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THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES TWOt_THREE AND FIVE
Washington, June 23, 1899.
Forecast for Saturday:
For Virginia.: Increasing cloudiness
Saturday; threatening Sunday; light
southeasterly winds, becoming variable.
For North Carolina: Partly cloudy
Saturday and Sunday; light easterly
Norfolk nii'i Vlcloltv
WEATHER FORECAST FOR
Fair, with stationary temperature;
TEMPERATURE, RAINFALL AND
Maximum temperature . 84
Minimum temperature . 63
Normal temperature. 78
Departure from normal .. minus -1
Departure from normal since Jan?
uary 1st .minus 19
Rainfall in past 21 hours. 0|
Rainfall since 1st of mouth.5.38
Mean humidity . 80
Sun rises 4:40 a. m., sets 7:29 p. m
Norf.dk: High water 9:24 a. in., 9:51
p. m.; low water ?:2S a. m., 3:28 p. in.
Old Point: High water 9:13 a. in., 9:80
p. in; low water 3:07 a. m., 3:07 p. m.
LAY IX) R.?At his residence. No. 23
Shields street, Friday, June 23d, at 8:50 p.
in.. GEORGE W. LAYLOH. In the 5!)tli
year of his age.
Notice of funeral hereafter.
FOSTER.?After a lingering Illness, a i
Ills residence. No. S22 r.ousli -tnoi. K i.lav.
June 2Sd. 1S99, WILLIAM II. FOSTER,
aged 77 years.
ills funeral will take place Tins ikh.
tirday) AFTERNOON, Juno 24lh. at >:
o'clock, from his late residence. Friends
and acquaintances respectfully invited to
Monuments and Gravestone?.
The selection of a suitable
memorial In marble or gr?n
Up ran ba readily made from
our stock, for we carry tho
largest n?sortment of finish?
ed designs In the South.
THE COUPER MARBLE WORKS
< 1 - nil.i I ?M.-H 50 Vciiri.l
i.ttuie:: linn . si. x?rt?iit, v.
PT? HERE WILL BE A MBBTINO < >F
1 He- BOILERMAKERS 'if Norfolk
hi Bricklayers Mall over 333 Ma n street,
THIS (Saturday) EVEN I NO at 7:30 sharp
All are cordially Invited to attend. If
.? >l I S I..11 li.VI s.
MONTICELLO ROOF GARDEN,
PROF. KRUEGER'S ORCHESTRA,
From v to 11 1'. M.
Refreshment.- served at moderate prices.
Admission, cents; childr.Mi, !<> outs.
For Week Beginning June I9tti.
DIXON, BOWERS & DIXON
FIELDS & RUSSELL,
DA NCKRS V.XTR AORDIN AR Y.
IRISH COMEDY MAQ1CIAX,
'?Watch the Egg."
Performances. 3:30 and 8:20 p. m.
s;.. iai engagement of CLARK "4 coi.
LINS MINSTREL CO. Next Week.
AI DI roWlUn THEATRE.
S. E. Corner Nebraska and 1'nlon 8th,
JAME8 M. BARTON .Prop, und Mgr.1
OPEN EVERY NICHT IN Till: VICAR
1'rcsonting a Respectable, Up-to-Date
Vaud. viite Entertalnmentr
Matinees Tuesdays. Thursdays and Sat?
urdays at 2 p. m. Evening perl', nuance
at S p. m. Admission?10c., I6c? '-?> ?.
Dalmation Insect Powder,
Sticky Fly Paper,
Poisoned Fly Paper.
?FOR SALE BY?
Trotter's Drug Store,
303 JYIain Street.jCorner Church.
Roth 'phones 110'j. Pianos tuned.
Piano Buyers, Read This !
We will offer this week several very
fine Slightly used pianos taken in ex?
change for the Peerless Stleff Piano.
Among the lot is one Rosewojd Upright
3 pedals, beautiful tune, richly carved,
looks like new piano, only
Another one, Mahogany Case, little bet?
ter. 4175. and still another, us good as
Tf you prefer buying a New piano come
and see the STIUFF We have tho stock
to select from. You buy direct from
Liberal terms, regular prices.
CHARLES M. STIEFF.
Moiulcflio Building, Granby street.
Write postal for our special price list.
All Hats trimmed and un
trimmed will be sold at re?
During the months of June,
July and August we will trim
all hats bought of us free of
MRS. H. POSNER.
The Journeymen Plumbers Wish
a Full Discussion,
Tim Report Thin llio Strike I? oil
la Wholly Uli foil ii fled? The l*r?>
liosvil Senlu Sfot Yi'i DUciikS
Yesterday the j mrncymon plumbers,
by their secretary, sent a request to
Secretary Lawler, of tho Master
plumbers' Association, asking for :l
conference to settle the differences be?
tween the two organizations not set?
tled at the former conference. It was
a!r<o requested that the mastrfr plumb?
ers ftiv.- their conference committee
power to net and hc.j) adjust the dif?
ferences as the committee from the
Journeymen will be so empowered.
The report has been circulated In
some quarters that the strike is off, but
ibis is wholly unfounded. The matter
of the alleged blacklisting of Mr. Clra
ham has been suppucicdl) settled b>' an
offer i>f work with <:uy & Shydi :?. but
this was only one of the causes of fric?
tion between the masters and Journey?
The main matters of senle, ap?
prentices) and helpers' have iiot been
dlscuescd in conference The Journey?
men ?tute Hi *'? tii re Is BOihi misunder?
standing as to what they wish, so they
are desirous of explaining fully at a
! second conference.
A PRETTY LAWN PARTY.
IN LEACH - Wood SEMINARY
GROUNDS LAST NIGHT.
To three little girls belongs the cred?
it of getting ni' one of the pri ttlest
lawn parties that hits been given in
Norfolk since the season of Uiwn par?
ties commenced. Not qnly was this
party a pretty and enjoyable affair In
Itself, but it was tin- means of paying
into the treasury at the Second Presby?
terian Church a handsome sum of
ih?hcy which will go towards paying
j for the Improvements to lhal church
The party was given in Hie Loache
Wootl Seminary yard last evening from
0 to 10 o'clock. The little girls who sug?
gested and who managed it all by
heihstilves, were Marlon Dottier," Kathr
alccn Lauder and Kllu Waddy. They
enlisted tile aid of (L11 the little girls
and boys of the church and (lid ? very
thing thorns-lv . s. even to ;!;,- advertis?
ing. That they wore up-to-date in ad?
vertising is shown by the tickets which
they yold from house to house. A sin
g'le line ou Ihese tickets would 11 id lea to
that tin- enterprising young misses
who were engineering lh< party had
secured a monopoly on the privilege
to view the eclipse of the moon last
night This catchy line Invited all per?
sons to "como to the parly and view
Tli.- Norfolk Light Infantry, com?
manded by Captain Monroe Kelly?
aged 12. was called up mi by the young
ladles in add lo th.- entertainment of
the evening by giving n: exhibition In
drill, and those youthful def nclers 't
the flag gallantly responded. Atl r
this" feature of the | : the May
Queen, who was Miss Allein Tudd, was
crowned by Miss Rebecca Lloyd, as?
sisted by a number ol preCty maids of
Refreshments Were served by the lit?
tle girls, who were highly elated at
tho success of their party.
AN UNDRAW1ATIC FINALE.
IT CONVULSED Till: AUDIENCE AT
Till! VIRGINIA BEACH THEA?
i A good Joke is being toll at the ex
pensc of on.- of tin- attaches of the
i theatre at Virginia Beach. A day or
1 two ago the popular ballad, "She Was
Born in Old Virginia." was put on ns
an Illustrated sung. Tb - st rooptlcon
man Iki.I hunted around and fished up n
number of slides to tit the song, iii-lmi
ing various mountain and vail y scenes,
tin old Virginia homestead and a pretty
girl to pose as tie- heroine. They filled
tie- bill admirably nnd as ill. Bong pro?
gressed sultabb- pictures were thrown
on the canvas. AH went ahead lovely
ami tin- audit net- was worked un to a
sympathetic mood as the touching
finale was reached. Here n slide rep?
resenting a path leading to the church?
yard, where the lovers met. should have
been used, but by s une unforscen ac?
cident the operator picked up the wrong
slide and there was emblazoned on lite
screen the words, "Gel your meat from
tied, the audience yelled with laughter,
and, as tile astonished ringer gazed
around to ace the cause of the un
sccmingly tumult, he saw those fatal
words and fainted dead away. Here?
after when Illustrated songs are put
on the management will see that the
operator ts promptly executed if an?
other such anti/cllmax is perpetrated.
wilt On to Inrope.
Mr. Robert W. Tunstnll, principal of
tho Norfolk Academy, accompanied by
his wife, will leave here on the 21st of
July for New Y irk, wh ace they win
take passage on one of the large pecan
steamers on a voyage to Europe. u?
will be nbs< lit for about two months,
during which he will vlsll some of the
most noted cities in the ni l World
A Kleklnc l*renfh??r.
Yesterday's Salem Times-Register
says: Rev. G. J. II rbday, Superintend*
ent of the Baptist Orphauage, wh > was
painfully hurt at the Rollins c on ?
moncement recently, by a carriage
running against him. to l.ut
again, wo are glad to set ; arid if he
doesn't kick loo hard a: another old
rooster he will be ail right again soon.
MUSIC AT OCEAN VIEW.
UNDER DIRECTION OF PR< F.
Commencing Saturday, Juno 19th,
there will be music on the p.:'.
evenings from s to io p. m. Sunday
sacred music from S:?u p. m. to 9:30
For the coming season trains will
leave Norfolk for Ocean View every 30
minutes. In the afternoon on the hours
and halves. Je8-th.sa.su
DMliE SERVICES SUNDAY.
Epworth, corner <>f Freemason and
Bouah streets?Preaching by the pastor.
Itev. \\". J. Young, i>. i>.. at ti a. m
and S p. m. Morning subject. "We
Know;'* evening;, "A Life ol Faith the
only Reasonable Lite." Sunday school
at !): IS a. m.
Cumberland, between Holt and Cove
Btreets -Preaching by the paster. Rev.
H. E. Johnson, 1>. D., at 11 a. in. and
p. in Morning subject. ? The Two
Great Pillars Of National Stability;"
afternoon, "Life Among the Antcdelu
Centenary, corner of Boush and
Quc< n streets?Preaching by the pastor,
Itev. W tu. H. Edwards, at 11 a. m. ami
C !'. m. Sunday school at *.>:l? a. m.
Trinity, comer of Maltby and Cor
' prew avenues, Brambli I n Preaching
by tho pastor, Rev. Lloyd T. Williams,
at 11 a. m. and S:ir. p. m. Morning sub?
ject, "The Prince of Hence:" evening.
"An Act That Immortalised a Name."
Suiul.iv school at :?::'? si. m
McKendree, corner ->f clay and Clal
bornc avenues, Brambleton Preaching
by the ?nstdr, Rev. R. 11. Bennett, nt
! 11 a. m. siiul s p, m.
Huiitersvillc, Johnson avenue ?
Prcai hing by tho pastor. Rev. Daniel T.
Merritt, at 11 a. m. and S:1S p. ni. Morn?
ing subj ct. "A Merciful God;" evening.
"Looking Forward and Upward." Sun?
day school at 0:30 a. in.
Qui in, c o ner . f Pulaskl and Queen
streets?Preaching by tho pastor. Rev.
s. c. Hatcher, nt 11 a. m. and s j>. m.
"Children's Day" at the morning sot
Lambert's Point, corner of Lawrence
s.v.?um- und Bowdeh's Perry Road?
Preaching by the pastor, Rev. George
ll. Snootier, at 11 a. m. and s i>. m.
LoKies Memorial, corner of Fort
street and Camp nvenue Preaching by
the uast ?r, Rev. W. T. Williams, a I 11
n. m. and C p. m. Morning subject,
"The Tongue;" evening, "The Grain of
Mustard Seed." Sunday Bchool at 0:30
First. Church street, between Holt
ami Cove Preaching by the pastor,
Itev Edward Mai k, D. D., at 11 a. in.
an l S p. hi. Sunday scho 1 at 0:30 a. m.
; Westminster League prayer meeting at
I 7:15 t>. in.
' Second. Freemason Btrci I. near D iush
! ?Preaching by the pastor, Rev. W. s.
Lacy, D. D.,*al ll a. m. and s p. m.
Sim,,tay school nt I*:30 a. m. During the
? progress of the work on the church ser?
vices will be held in th- Sunday school
room. Entrance "ii Baush street.
Park Avenue, Brambleton?Preaching
by the pastor. Rev. 1".. II McCltter, nt
11 a. m. mid h i>. in. Sunday school
ut 0:!10 a. m.
'"?Key Memorial, Atlantic City Waul
?Preaching by the pastor. Rev, C W.
Maxwell, at ll n. m, nnd S :?. m. Sun
dn y hi hool a' 0:30 it. in.
Park Plai?Preaching by the pastor,
II v. O; W. Laws.hi. at 11 a. m- hnd 5>
p. m. Sunday school nt 0:30 a, in.
Lambert's Point?Preaching by the
I pastor, Rev. ?'. D'. Gllkcrson, ill 11 a.
m. and S p. m. Sunday school at 9:30
I a. in.
CHURCH OF CHRIST.
Freemason, between Rank and
Brewer -Preaching by the pastor, Rev.
W. F. Smith, at 11 a. tu. and S p. m.
Sunday school at 0:48 a. m.
First Church, Library building?Scr
1 vie s it ll a. in. and b p. in. Wednesday
I evening at S o'clock.
First Church, Charlotte, between
Granby sind Brewei Btreets Prcnchlng
by the pastor, Rev. J. E. Shenk, nt it
a. m. and s j>. in. Sunday school at 10
Memorial Temple, corner of Cooke
a.ntl Tunstall avenue, Brambleton?
Prcnchlng by the pastor. Rev. J. P.
Barn tt. i>. D., al n a. m. and s p. m.
j p. in. Sunday school at 0:15 a. in.
ECLIPSEOr THE MOON.
BUT NOT VISIBLE IN A NY OF THE
FORTY-F1 VE STATES.
The moon was in total eclipse last
iiiKiil to a big part of the world, but
i the eclipse was Invisible in the United
Sti t. s. That is what the almanac suys,
at has:, and so far as these forty-live
States usually designated us the United
stnt. s. nr.- concerned, the word of the
, almanac man will b? taken as good, but
sin.-, this prognostlcntor of nstronoml
i cal phenomena made his prediction of
the eclipse of last night, this govern
no nt has come Into possession, by vir?
tue of military occupancy, of territory
in far-off latitudes, and i- is likely that
"new caught sullen peoples" under the
Stars and Stripes in this newly added
? territory looked out upon n moonless
night; whereas the people of Norfolk
attended lawn parties, went trolley
t riding and sat out in open yards drink?
ing in the soft, glimmering beams from
the old moon, which never even once
bill keil or gave the slightest sign that
she was hiding from many of the
i earth's people.
OFFICERS WILL SELECT CAMP
Cnpt. J. Harry Bean, of the Wash?
ington High School Cadets, arrived
from Washington yesterday, and to?
day he, with Captain England ami
I Lieutenant Stelle, of the District of Co?
lumbia National Guard, will select a
camping site either at Ocean View or
Virginia Beach for the provisional reg
Iment of High School Cadets, which
will go in camp for three weeks on July
3d, Captain Bean ha? command of one
of tin' cadel companies, while Captain
England, who will come here from
Washing! in this morning with Lieu?
tenant Stelle, is instructor of the ra?
il. ;> l: >th of these oflle. r.s w ill be with
the cadets during their encampment on
The cadets will leave Washington on
tiv morning of July 3d in heavy march
Ing order, carrying gur.s. haversacks,
canteens and rolls. Tiny wear a. blue
uniform, something on the order of that
wor'nliy the National Guard. On dress
parades they wear white caps and
whit- duck pantaloons. The cadets
will br;ng a drum corps and field
music. There will be one hundred and
six:y Of them In all. this being Just
one-half of the strength of the whole
We are now at work making College
an.l School Medals. We will pave you
money if your order is placed w ith us.
THE GALE JEWELRY CO.
I A b'.c line of negligee shirts with
prices that will make you a purchaser.
RUDOLPHI & WALLACE.
333 Main street.
NEWS OF THE COURTS
Matrimonial Bonds Severed in Law
and Chancery Courti
t'linrtor Grunted -t'roprriy Transfers
?Dr. Armstrong'* Caae?Mar rltlC*
LlerniM-ln itic I'oiico Court ? '
t iniwincii lll< KnuutOi
Two nuotlal knots wore severed In
the Court of Law nnd Chancery y s
terdny. In one case a wife sued for
release front the marital b^mls on the
grounds of Infidelity. This was the
ease of Sarah McXuir vs. William Mc
Tho other case was that of John
vs. Josephine Thomas. The grounds
alleged were desertion.
Mr. John O. Tllton was attorney for
the Dlaitltlff In both rases. Neither of
the defendants entered a defense.
REALTY COMPANY CHARTERED.
In the Corporation Court yesterday
Judge Hani kel granted a charter t<> the
Old Dominion Realty Company, tho
purposes of said company being to cn
gago In the red estate business, erect
factories and dwellings, deal in build?
ers' supplies and building materials,
and to engage in a general lumber,
lam! ami merchandise business.
The capital :-t ick is t > be nol t - ?
than $26,000, nor men- than $50.000, the
shares to be worth $loo each. The com?
pany may own not exceeding 25.00J
acres of real estate- Til ! olllcers are:
President, Thomas E. Kuauss; Wee
President. Charles E. Munson; Trcas
i liter. H. 15. Rickey; Secretary. W. I >.
ullbert. These are nil of Columbus,
, J., and they, with Mr. ?, D. Jackson,
of Norfolk, compose the Hoard of i?:
I ice to is.
PROP H RTY TI: A N S F E RS.
The following deeds transferrum.
property were recorded y< sterday:
From J. S. Darling and wife to Glad
| stone Hotel Company, lot of land and
the Gladstone Hotel, on East Mam
str. et: $36,000.
Fron Kate D. Newman to N. S. G
Greene, lot on Nicholson street, near
1>K. ARMSTRONG'S ESTATE.
Tin- appraisers report of the ? -'ate
of the late Rev. Dr. George D. Arm?
strong lias been Hied in the Clerk-is
oltico. It places tho value of the per?
sonal estate of the deceased at $1I,SS6.47.
A marriage license was Issued yes?
terday to Charles Edwin Levy, n thea?
trical performer of Baltimore, and
Mary Elizabeth De more, of Baltimore.
IN THE POLICE COURT.
Tom Taylor, a young negro, was con?
victed of shop lifting on tw ? counts by
Justlco Toirillll yesterday and be re?
ceived a four months' jail bi nt nco. lie
st:>le several articles from an upper
(church street dry goods establish
1 Rosie Smith, a negress, Insulte. 1 n
I while boy and was lined $P' nnd ecu I
Steve Owens exercised the old com
j mon law privilege of chastising his
spouse, Jane Owens, but, as usual, lie
went beyond the meaning and spirit of
that privilege ami was lined $10 and
Jim Jones. Silvey Avery. D- l'.raxt in,
Annie Bell Winboush, Ellen Jon .-: nnd
Lizzie Shi|>p, nil colored, were nrrttl ::>
od for maintaining a nuisance on New ?
castle street. They were arrested b>
Sanitary Officers Stevens and Can: on
, The Justice lined them ?ii each for fail
i injr to abate the nuisance.
1 James Powell got drunk and, Inc -
dentally, disorderly. When arr >ted lie
resisted nnd assaulted the Officer. He
was Hin d J7.?0.
Lizzie Arrington, col >red, was fito d
*f?.fO for disorderly and lewd conduct.
The libel case of Bnrtletl & Shepherd
against the barge ChalmettC was yes?
terday compromised by the parties and
withdrawn from the United state
Court. The suit was for $;i.,ji) dainag- s
growing out of a colllsl in.
THE ROSALIE LIBELLED.
The tug Rosalie was libelled yester?
day by Deputy Marshal West, of the
United States Court, the amount in
'lli'l ,8a|pJdns puu [uoo v Sujoq poAma
MOVEMENTS OP TRAINING SHITS
-BATTERIES TO LEAVE.
The United States training ship En?
terprise arrived in Hampton Roads last
night after a cruise in Southern wa?
Tho United Stales training ship Es?
sex, which bus been at the Norfolk
j navy yard undergoing repairs, sailed
to-day for Newport , R. I., to tike on
140 naval apprenl ici s.
TWl ? BATTERIES Tl I LEAVE.
Bids for transporting two batteries
from Fortress Monroe to points in
Maryland were opened yesterday, btit
no decision was arrived at. The batter?
ies will be moved on Monday or Tu?s
j day next.
Personally Coniluolrrt lour in M h ; -
Buffalo. Rochester and Geneva. Round
trip from Norfolk. $13.00, via Washing?
ton or Baltimore, and through the Lc
high and Wyoming Valleys, Manch
Chunk, the Switzerland of America.
Leave Norfolk Friday, June 31'th, nti
Norfolk and ?Washington Steamers
Leave Norfolk ;V.4"f p. m.; leave Old
Point 6:45 p. in.; arrive Washington
7:ei a. m.
Bay Line?Leave Norfolk (5:00 p. m.:
leave Old Point 7:00 p. m.; arrive Bal
. tlmorc ?',:??, a. m.
Chesapeake Line?Leave Norfolk S:45
p. m.: leave Old Point 6:45 p. m.; ar
; rive Baltimore 6:30 a. m.. connecting
with special express h aving Washing?
ton at 8:10 n. in., Baltimore at *.? 05
m., Saturday, July list, arriving at Ni?
agara Falls nt 11:00 p. m. Thi
Pullman parlors cars from Washington
and Baltimore. A rare opportunity to
visit America's greatest wonder. Stop?
overs will be allowed on the return trip
at Buffalo, Rochester-, Geneva. Bur
dette (Watklns* Glen) and Mauch
chunk (Glen Onoka). The tickets will
he valid for return trip eleven days
from Norfolk, including day of sale.
For tickets and Pullman-car reserva-?|
tlonn. apply to Arthur O. Lewis. South?
ern Passenger Agent, No. 164 Main
street, Norfolk, Va., under Atlantic
Hotel. Jc22-codto20 I
LITTLE MAY RELEASED.
CHILD WENT FROM NORF >LK TO ]
BALTIMORE To BEG.
The Baltimore Sun or: yesterday say*:
-.May Smith, the 9-year-old child who i
was arrested Wednesday on Lexington
street, near Kuiaw, ami taken to the
Wet-tern Police Station, where she was
held on the charge of begging on the
street, was yesterday dismiss .1 from1,
custody by Justice Caulk. H-?? elder
sister, Maud Smith, appeared before the
magistrate and denied that she and her)
sister had been begging. She sal i that,
the card which she and 11*-1:.- M tud h i>l
been selling contained prlni i verses
? imposed by her ami, entitled "The
Ci .| pled 'In l*s Appeal."
"Maud told Justice Caulk, that she
and her sister had come to Baltlmi re
to see an opportunity etc re i . ; '.:
for them to engage here In the sta?
tionery antl news business. She stated
that she would like to have opened a
place in the vicinity of the postofllce,
but found the rents too high, ller ?>!>
; ject In going into business, she Said,
! was to secure money to supp .-: both
1 her ami her crippled sister, and to pro
\ Id ? for tlv education of the |atl ?:.
"Little May seemed bj-is;ht a- a lark
: a- ill- hearing and answered cheerfully
an 1 Ihtell gently tho rtuorttlons r>ut tu
her by the magistrate. Justice Caulk
; decided not to separate the sisters, es
. ptji lally when tin? cider one showed him
tlcki :s for Wilmington, aud assured
him that she had aceumulati l air ady
nearly em ugh money to go into busi?
ness. The tw>> youthful travelers left
tic station house all smites and toil
;h. so 111 charge that they would go lo
Wilmington iit fore tSte close of the
I Little May and her sister were in
! Norfolk about two weeks ago. Their
prea nee. and May's claim that het
. Ilntb was cut off in Pttlaski by a street
car live years ago. notwithstanding the
' fact that tliere was not then, and is hot
n.i.v. a ptroet-ear line In I'ulaski. was
' noted in tlv Virginian-Pilot, s:. ? beg
I gcd for monoy here to "get >.luha
tlon. While in Norfolk May ealltd
1 hers if Grace Smith.
CHIEF RYAN HURT.
THROWN FROM HIS BUGGY
WHILE GOTNC! TO FIRE.
While going to a lire early last even
! Ing Chief Ryan, of the fire department,
was tin own from his buggy and paln
i fully bur;. The chief's buggy was
I thrown over \> li"n turning to - curve nt
tie corner of ??lunch am! Charlotte
Streets. Both tin- chief and the driver
v. .. thrown to the street. The driver
was no; hint, but Ctitcf Ryan was
struck on the cho.tdt bone and Hp- hip.
i The buggy righted Itself, bin Hie horse
, slopped when be found thai there was
; ?in drlv< r bi bind him.
The Injuries susi lrie/1 by Chief Ryrtn
i nro painful, but It is no; thought they
, arc i licit as to lay him up.
The tilitrm w as s. nt in from box 42,
j but 'he fire did not amount to dam
\t uii'i Anli For Ititll.
Mr. P. .1 Morris, attorney for Sub?
stitute Police Olllcoi* Tyson, who on
I Thursday waived examination before
1 the Police Court and was sent t. the
grand Jury on the charge of shooting
; .Mr. .1. VVllbus Stak' B, has concluded not
to apply for bail for his etil nt He
thinks it best, on account of h ? in n
tal condition, that ha sh lultl be kepi in
confinement where hi- can have close
OTHER LOCAL Q N PAGE S
LADIES CAN WEAR SHOES
one size ???mailer after Using Allen's Co.?:,
i: sc, a powder to be shaken into tn?
rIiocs. It makes light or n. w shoes td<i\
??asj . itives Instant relief to corns arid
Utinb hs. It's the greatest Conifi : I i!..
covery of the ace. Cures and piovenu
swollen fi't. blisters, callous and tori
spots Alien * Foot-Esse is a certain cum
for sweating, hot; aching, ii rvous feet
At nil drtienista and shoe store*, t Trial
pad ??? free Address; Allen s. uliniuu,
!.. Loy. N Y.
FOR GOLD SUPPER
-"WtltAVE WKAl YOU WAN I.
Lobster. Salmon, Lunch Ton rde, Sar?
dines, i'aimed Chicken, Potted Ham and
Tongue. Also full line of Plckl s, Mus?
lin 1 and Catsup. Helnts lt'-t Pure Ap
! pie Vinegar, 25c. gallon, Ilcliitr. White
Wine Vlntgar SOc. gallon Keep cool and
I buy the above of
VIRGINIA GPvOGERY GO.,
ci and C3 New Market Place.
I'll - INES 4?2.
SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES.
(ALSO PURCHASERS OF THE COLUM?
BIA BUSINESS COLL1.GL' )
S;^ lal rates to teachers and pupils of
o:l ? r .- I lOOla during June. July and Au?
gust, <'.ni enter at any time and take th.
regular course or special studies.
Itegular school in session th* year
Call or writ" for Information
J. M. RESSLBR, Prei Id
'Phi ne -Iii;.
COLUMBIA BUSINESS COLLEGE
165 MAIN STREET.
Stior'hand, Typewriting and Bookkeeping.
Ail studies guaranteed or no pay. Our
? ro I ? p.rf ft. We in.ike fiil'aes.
D 101 Hull III I doors belOW I HI ?:
D. R. cox. Principal. uiyis
RALEIGH, N. C.
on* of the lust female schools in the
SonlIi, and the cheapest for advantages
given. Send fcr catalogue.
_JAS, DIN WI DDI K. M. A.
WATT. RETTEW Sc CLAY.
To make a hasty clearance
of our regular ViViC. and SOc.
light, dark and medium Tan
Stockings we change their
2>c. A PAIR.
Tho-.: Stockings are pure
I ' I hread, have a rich silk
finish. Some with white heels
and toes. Some have lace in?
steps and ankles.
M?sl ol them have been
halt dollar a pair, and not a
pair in the lot has been less
than MYiZ Choose now at
25c. a Pair.
Colored grounds and neat
effects. Nave never seen so
much style a' so little money.
Not only do they possess style;
but will prove thoroughly
We place more than 2sso
yards ol these wholly desirable
goods on our counters to-day
at 4 cents the yard. tfity
Comprehensiveness vV *
Recent arrivals provide a
better Hosiery equipment than
we ever knew. W hether it be
socks for the baby, or the
larger and longer lor boy or
girl, man or woman, the show?
ing heartily commends itself.
Your special attention is
cal ed to the 1 .ad es' extra light
Black, a plain Black Lisle, a
Drop-stitch Lisle, and a Drop
stitch Tan, some Fancy Trps,
all at Jv
We think that we can easily
meet your w ant. Suppose you
let us try ?
for the least money. Brands
that won their way to fame by
merit, and having won, do still
retain. Not content with that,
they are steadily advancing in
popular favor. R. & G.,
Thompson's Glove-Fitting, W.
C., C B,
IhSo S u n day An?
Josspii Brown, 220 mam St.
Men,Boys and Children.
children's WHITE DUCK HATS and CAFS
_249 Main Street.
Jno. L. Roper. President.
TazeweM Thompson, Treasurer.
Louis r. Dobie, Secretary.
211 Main Street.
BOTH PHONES 258.
Patronize a home Institution. We want
your business. As an evidence, we guar>
anteo lowest rates consistent with safety
absolute protection and prompt attention.
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