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THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES TWO AND THREE
f: y;"V":' J^OST^_
r-olMtATE ST. 'BERNARD dog;
^-^ySlo^lck opd thin; reward for? ro
jgjgfj?? ?Kf.Vth_Rj>3orvo.r avc. scjj-^
^"OST-OOLD WATCH and CHAIN;
OLl WaUham works; the P?Wtf
SEios a Barrett, tho deceased ?'rt!.m,a"
^U.?t'durltiR the- rfro at St. Vincent s Hps
mLt&l - Ander will ktndly return to hit
l?idow. MRS. eva BARR eti, 23 Cum
TANTE i>?o o ODTHUtjTABLE~p^
Co manufacture and sell in Virginia
superior salable patented machine.; an>
otTworkCr can make them. Address
? H. ? W.. Virginian-Pilot._lt?
ii A NTED_BY A gentleman, A
V ^gocd room and board In a respecta
- family. Adoress .U-iCi.v
rr ante r>?fu rn i sh et> .nop m.
V-wUh benrd, preferred In private
rilly with r.Kht and heat; loeiilon een
Ji permanent. Address, with purlieu?
s' II. M. SPENCER. Columbia bulld
,"anted-boy'. ig years old:
' well educated: has some knowledge
?'r?wlng; desires a position In civil cri?
er's office preferred; good references,
ress ?1 Chapel_streel^ city._It
Graduate op the b?ston
> Conservatory wishes pupils; spc
L': pains taken with beginners;terms,
y - reasonable. Apply STANDARD
IC CO., Granby and Charlotte ?U
S&WANER WANTED. ADDRESS M
I; r., carO Virginian-Pilot. sc'Ji-tC
TiVNTED?A LADY~to TEACH ENG
llsh Frencb, Latin and Music In prl
family. Address, stating terms. Mrs.
KMi SHIN AU lt. Colnj?ck, N. C. se27-3ll
c?A' ANTED?TO TRADE A STAND OF
1???\y pound nets and pound net boat for a
* schooner or sloop suitable for dredg hk
?Wstcr;?. Address Tit A DER, care Vlr
ANTED.-BY A YOITNG GENTLE
man, one or two desirable lonmr
&yith private family in the West End. I'ur
rushed or unfurnisbod Best of rt-fer
^ehces. Address "Permanent." se20-3i?
f-TXT ANTBI>~?~"TO* BI"Y MAHOGANY
ff -W. Furniture. Hrass Hand Irons, Can
'< die Sticks. Candelcbras and Hlue China
W-Ware.' Apply or address M. J. DOUGH
-i'ERTY, 433 Ghurcli street, Norfolk.
*f?T ANTED ? TO RENT FOR THE
VV Winter a Emnll furnished hotel In
^Eastern North Carolina, in vicinity of
!,!good quail shooting. Address OTIS AR
,Y?old, Pawling. N. Y. _ _"!irilllv*
ANTED.-'TWO SECON D 11 AN r >
one-horse drays. Address 'Dray."
Vcaro Vlrglnlan-Pllot. sc:>-tl
W* ANTED ? HORSES*FOR BGARD;
fine pasturage ftinilFliod. Address
>?H.-C. HOGG Ait D & CO.. 30 Dank street.
7m HE SERVICES OF A PUBLIC
.' X Stenographer and Typewriter can !><>
"procured at 313 Citizens' Hank Building.
Now 'phone, 410; old. scl-lm
S'ftJiOR RENT-ONE LARGE SUNNY
1} ROOM, nicely furnished. Apply 330
flD^OR RENT. ? NICE FURNISHED
VJD ROOM in private family, with gna,
'neat and use of bulb, with or without
"board, on West D?te street. Address X.,
cure of Vlrglnlan-Pltot. soSO-lw,
"jmOR RENT ? TWO NICELY ~FUR
X1 nisbed rooms, with privilege of bath
(no children). Apply 34 Arlington Place.
''til OR SALE?FOUR-YEAR-OLD TROT- |
X1 lng horse, registered: one nice rub?
ber buggy, cheap. Address ,W. D. Vir
?:'tn OR RALE. OR RENT-NO. 217 CUM
"X? linrDnd streit; newly painted nnd
pajjered: new bath room, hot and co.,.
water: line cistern. C. E. TOWNS END,
39 Dartmouth street. Be2&3t*
l?OR SALE OR RENT-NICE NEW
house, south end of Pool street;
finest view in the city of the- eiittr.- mi -
h?r: has bath, hot and cold wati r: a 1>I ;
baHrfiin if sold at once. C. E. town
. BBND,_Jl*_I)arimoutli street._ si-2S-3i?
F^'Oli' SALE?one-HALF INTEREST
!:i a well established business, pay
ing"/t250 per uioniii not; will mm , n..
the- right party. Address at once, N. K. T.
earo this office._sv2S-:u?
I710R SALE?BROKERAGE BUSINESS.
' established S years; would In- sold fu:
;the amount that books will show i,; mak?
ing every CO days, on account of pariy
leaving the city. Will hear Investigation.
Address "W.," this office. BC2S-SI
.^3WSPA"pBR AND .l?lT?FFlbE FOR
sale at Newport Ne-ws; t ?mis easy;
10?, Newport News, Va. rieZ7riw
FOR SALE.?HOUSE AND LOT in
, suburbs; lot 75x100. Address t. w.
,M.,- care Virglnian-1'?ot. Be2S-3f*
rCIOR SALK.-ONl.riTORSK and" two
X Delivery Wagons, all in good cond -
tion. Apply at lrwln's Stables, Church
..etreet, opposite Freemason. so2ii-lw
FOR SALE OR TRADE FOR city
PROPERTY?A nice llttlo farm at
Munden l'olnt: water front on one sid.r;
good flshlii(r and gunning; also good for
Btoek or poultry rals.ng; ccnveiiient to
railroad or steamer. Address J ii. M.,
Box 364, city. se22-lw
OR SALE?PRIVATELY TUE RES
_ TAURANT at 187 and lfc9 Church
Btreet. with all household, kitchen fur
niiure and the uncxplred portion of li?
cense until October 1st. If not sold a.s n
whole before that date we will, on Octo?
ber 2d, proceed to sell on tho premises, at
public auction, as a whole or by piece.
; For particulars call on
H. C. HOGG ARD & CO., CS Rank St.
New 'Phone 740. se21-to oct
FOR SALE?DOUBLE HOUSE, PRESS
brick front, eight rooms each and all
Jhodern conveniences. No. 61 and C3 Fen
church street. Ono frame house No i;i
Clay street, six rooms. Reasonable prices
Aooly to I. ADLER, administrator for
Mrs. Sarah Selig's estate, SO Fenchurch
OR RALE?WE . V/ILL SELL AT A
?>JKrc?t sacrifice a new 7-room house.
^tnei' p-cfea?ary outhouses, and ono
: f. l?i 1r0,Vr"3* noa,r ,h0 c"t>'. fronting on
"Lf iS',^hrlUr4,5a- 1or further particulars
I^^HOaGARD * CO., Norfolk. Va.
OR THREE SINGLE GEN
tlemen can get nicely furiVsiV, ,i
rooms, w lh gas and privilege of iia h
with or without boardt in a private bor, :
convenient to railroad or stoarni ont ?V
floes, or any business. Ap v Tu f?
?Main ntrrct. ?nw g^'S-U?
T> OARDERS W?NTEl^T\v?VblT\'c
PLEASANT FURNISHED ROOMS
large, cool and airy, it 241 rir.,J?t
:fftrc*t,;.opposite St. Pauij^^iV C^"|5hf
>|1 XlB^HpME.-E^v^NcJ Nr,w
j afjtJ clean, table board ?oh- iVon^.
#nd room J4.0O per week! 431??n?oa/,t"
Church Btro^t. *ncl i2i
'-A'" " *"" -
All In flight of monument "Newest
:I?l?covery" extracts teeth painlessly
;N,vT. Dental Rooms, EAnea only 324
,'Haln et:eot, corner Talbot, '
Ei legaT?F "pianos "Fon^sooo ? ?
i superb tono full 7 octavo Piano with
nool cover and guaranteed price, only jao,
payablo In monthly instalments of 55; cost
now $373: property of party leaving c.ty.
Apply ST1EKF WAUEKOOMS, Under
Montlcello, Oranby street._scl?-tt
?l rr rxtpright piano ? i will
?JL i ?}sacrifice my planu for $175, as i
need ready cash: has been In use. but 14
'months: cost $100. Rosewood case, can't
he told from new: must sell at once. Ad?
dress "PIANO TEACHElt," this olllce.
MKS. Ii. W. PENDER MAS RENTED
part of the Norfolk Female College
fronting Qranby street and College Place,
and the same Is helm? thoroughly
eiiulpped as a first-clas.s boarding-house,
to be opened October 1st.
The building 's steam heated through?
out, has excellent baths, bright, sunny
rooms, large balls, extensive verandas
Neighborhood unsurpassed, line location,
convenient to all car lines.
Persons desiring rooms with permanent
hoard should apply at once. se34-3t
DR. D. ~S. HARMON, THE -fW
only exclusive Optician In the
city. Eyes examined free: large stock of
Artificial Eyes: office over 10-ccnt store:
In practice since iso!!._so2U-ly
to LOAN IN AN'_
amounts: no delay; cus
lest terms. leo JUDSON, Academy ot
Music building. seO-lnr?
1VTOWRV TO LOAN ON REAL
UiUivLI estate. Easy monthly
payments. Loans iiindo promptly.
FitANK H. GALE, 310 .Main street.
Qfclif^ AA/\ TO LEND ON Till:
tj)?Jt Jt\J\ t\ f liulldliig and 1, on n
Association plun. w. II. SAKGEANT. Jr.
ltoom :u. Lbwenburg Hldg. jel2-3in
1>XV^-LM Hi X <tnl?-M I.I.UIIN ...I
t <>.IH,-1>,,||| Fl, . H I < II 1 <- ?llt I- III ||k.
Morlguges ami other securities; liberal
advances on salaries, rents, annuities, es?
tates and permanent incomes, interviews
strictly private ami all transactions rig
Idly ' conlUb iitial. NOK KOLK MORT-M
GAGE LOAN COMPANY. W. 11. llol
helmcr. now No. 3."S Main street. Mor.tz
OfllOi- Building, suite 6, G and 7.
DR. If. CLINTON BRADFORD HAS
resumed actual practice In his pro?
fession, and has associated with him l>r
J. II. Coslonbadcr, who is a graduate oi
tho University College of Medicine and
Dentistry of Virginia, and Is an export
operator and bridge wi rker. All work
done at reasonable prices and guarnnto d
Teeth extracted v. Ithout pan. Of the. old
stand, 333 Main St. se?-lm
MOST MEN enjoy THE FRAGRANT
weed when rolled intii a good cigar
kUN est BROWNE has this cigar. Tho
brand Is tlx- "El Principal:" nothing bet?
tor In tho city at any cost. 10c, three for
23c;; J3 box of fifty. -T:i .Main street und
dt zens' Bank Building.
D"?~ycT; ~ ne'ei> a "hewTniI m?~
chlne? Try Wheeler and Wilson's
ball-bearing D. (Machines rented and
repaired.) pi? Chinch street. JNO. 11
STONE. Agent._ Jyl?-tf
Moclm ?ml I toft ?I?.
MOTTE, de witt & CO.. 31 G can by at.
Ktoc'cs und bonds.
"vt' mTHTlTc d y~e7n< i. clkanTno '
-t-> and Repairing Co.?LndleB' Suits
leaned; Get.'s' Suits Dyed, $2.00, cleaned
ind pressed, /Sc.. pants pressed 10c.. car?
pets a specially, til Main. New Phono 2U!.
LA UI KS N EI5DINO ... TREATM BNT
fur Irregularities, t.oueoi rlioea or
any other Ovarian Troubles consult ni!
JACKSON, 112 w. Mulberry street. Bal?
timore. Md. Private sanitarium; trained
jtwiahin persona ot n rri<'ohnnical <>r im-etil u o intmi
aettrlnRa.irlp tothe I'nrla Exposition,with good
salnrv ?ml rxiii-im ? pnl.l. hIuiii;.| wrln
Tho .VAT i: XT IllX'OIil), Rultlmor?, Mil
1 AIM RBI Chiches'er's Er.felich fernyroy;ii hlis
. i> .m....i Tiiio i). nro the Qcnt. >? imi,i>i#.
** T.V- n-> <.u t. Scn.l 4c, uunr*, m ptrUoilara, ?? |:*im
i LvlUi." ri II.ITIR l.y Ftat'im Wall... Ai Oturni.u.
?'hlchcsicr Cttonileai Co.? 1'liUail.i.. Pa.
THE STATE FAIR.
ENTRIES WILL SOON CLOSE?BIG
CAKE WALK BY LOCAL
One of the big attractions at the
State Fair will ho a cake walk on Tues?
day and Friday by prize winning teams
of enko walkers from Portsmouth und
Norfolk. There will b? five couples in
ench team. The prize will be fifty dol?
Secretary \Vm. Dillon returned yes?
terday froiii Trenton; N. J., whither he
went to secure special attractions. He
reports great success and thai there
will be many novel features at the com?
Mrs. Frank Anthony Wnlko, of 10-.'
Graco street, wishes to call attention
to the fact that entries for the ladles'
equestrian contest will close on Sep?
tember SOthi The prize offered, a beau?
tiful gold watch, should induce many
ladies to compete, Tho entries in the
ladles' department all close on Septem?
ber 30th. Entries for fancy work de?
partment should be s. nt to Mrs. Walke,
entlies in the art department to Mrs.
McAlpInc, "27 Freemason street, and
entries in the domestic department to
Mrs. McD. L. Wrenn, Colonial avenue,
Ghent. No entries will be taken nftei
Co I or oil 'lomi'iiyor HhUt Injured.
Dave Mackey, a colored messenger
employed by the Norfolk and Southern
Railroad, was coming up East Main
street between 10 and 11 o'clock yester?
day morning on a bicycle and collided
with street rar No. 115, on Its way to
Brambletori. The rider was thrown vio?
lently lb the pavement and his wheel
wrecked. Ho received injuries that
may prove fatal, his forehead having
a deep out across it. He was removed
to the Norfolk Protestant Hospital af?
ter his wounds were temporarily dress?
ed by Drs. II. T. Hunter and Stanley
Policeman Caffee, on that heat, ar?
rested Conductor O'Leary and Motor
man Harrison, who were bailed in the
sum of J25. with G. W. Jennings as
surety. Motorman Harrison stated at
the police station that Mackey ran Im?
mediately in front of the ear and was
?alone to blame for the accident. He
sounded the gong, but the rider, ho
says, did not notice it.
i>r. llnniipi'i Literat Prnpliocy.
Dr. Booker, tho colored prophet,
dropped into the Virginian-Pilot repor
torial rooms yesterday nfternosm and
said he had been directed by the Lord
to Inform the people that the South?
eastern part of the United Stntos would
be visited In 1?00 by two calamities;
During tho first six months a blighting
drought would prevail, to be followed
by six months of famine.
'Tho season has opened In earnest
with us. Early buyers have shown a
preferment for our nobby line of Lon?
don checks. Can we show them to you?
RUDOLPH! & WALLACE.
233 Main street.
Norfolk Conservatory of Music
Opened Its Doors Yesterday.
i'lnnscM 1'ornirtl In Vocul null in.tiu
incut.il JIil?lc,Klnculloii. Art (Sillily
itu(I l.aMBunircB? l.nruc null Strung
- ? ?: '. ? !
The Norfolk Conservatory of Music,
the first institution of this characiei
opened in Virginia and eald to bo the
second in the South, opened Its doors
yesterday to the ptib'.lc. The conserv?
atory is very desirably located, occu?
pying the encire second lioor of the
Dodsoh building. These rooms are ad?
mit ably luled tor tne purposes of itit
conaeiVaty'ry, being large, well lighted j
and venaiuied anu connected through?
out, so tnat they may be practically
thrown together Irom ironi to rear.
The rooms were thronged yesterday
by loau.ng citizens, the tail- sex pre
uoimnating, and the high charactei
and lars ? number Of the visitors snow- '
ed that tlie projectors of the conserva- j
tury may Cxpeci .ne appreciation unc
liueral support of Nortola's cultured
people in meir eltui to to eatabllsh this
now in itituilon.
oFt'KV.US AND FACULTY.
The iVllicctu of the ooiMcrvatory are:
Mr. A ft toil ?.. lvct.ij.er, a. (*.. p., pres.
lUeiu. and Mr. Charles Horjes, vice?
The tuen ty ia compased of Mr.
Kuornci. piano, organ and harmony;
Mi-, l; !j< . organ ami liarine-ny; Mis:.
11 n eu.. Augusta Butler, piano; Mr.
Charles Bbrjfcs, violin, llute and man?
dolin; .Mr. Aioert 11. Oarretti votsnl cul?
ture; Mr.- U.?iglij Lam Wi.ll.mis, Urs
department: ..I.-.- Annie Lawrence
WaU.i; china painting: MU?s Sue L.
Russell, el million and pnyslcal culture;
Mt. a. Buard, French and Spanish:
.Mr. a. It.ts, German; Mr. Arthur
f'aratl, Ir.illan; Mr. K. Styles.
Clarinet; Mr. 11. F. Maxlhi. band in?
struments: Miss Raj/ Hirsch, secretary.
The hi;^li pvofcjalonal standing <>f
Mi i --. Koerner and Borjes and the
Lid.. - and gentlemen they have asso.
elated ivitli tlie hi i:i the new Institution
i.i a sufficient guaranty of the thor?
oughness tlo- work that will be rc
i|u)i'cd of ih.'ir pupils.
l i- I'd will be monthly recitals by
members of the facility, and also <iuar
:. rly reel tat?) by the pupils who have
ulvunced suiMeiently to play, sing or
Dipl i.mai will bei granted only on the
satiAfactory completion of tho full
course In the respective departments,
so when the conservatory confers a dl
It will be or" recognized value
and a symbol of merit in the pos?
EXP53ISS THAIN SERVICE.
BETTER SCHEDULES THAN EVER
BEFORE ON THE OCEAN
Til,- now train schedule on the Ocean
View railway, which w'aa inaugurated
on September 25th', gives passengers to
and from Old Point Comfort an express
train every hour. This in entirely for
Old Point business, ahd is between the
hours of 12 m. ami G p. in., these hours
included. This wives seven through
express trains in the afternoon and
eleven trains .? day to Old Point. The
express trains handle through passen?
gers in 45 mi mites.
Tho travel to ami from intermediate
points ic- handled by a distinct train
s.-i v..-.., trail*.?; leaving Norfolk at 7:".10,
8:4,i and 10:30 a. m. ami hourly after?
The new schedules have been in ef?
fect for three days, and the new train
service Is working ia a perfectly sat?
isfactory manner, Thla is tlie best
Scrvl c ever b id on the road, both for
through pas'en gern ami those to inter?
PREPARATIONS FOR THE FAIR.
The branch line to the fair ground
i:: being thoroughly overhauled and put
into first-class, shape. President ft.
Lancaster Willlftms Informed the Vir
glnlaii-Pllot yesterday that a new
waiting room will be built at once at
tlie point where this spin leaves tlie,
to.tin line. Till? is for the benefit of
fair .nid race patrons who come from
the direct Ion of Old Point Comfort and
who will transfer at that point for the
"I e't-a en "sr t? 1nr?,
The idea advanced that we may poss'bly
be able some time to commuhlcatevwlth
ih- planet Man is a perfectly sound cue.
Tli so who laugh (it it mt rely emphasise
their lack of Imagination and knowledge
f tin inarch of progress. Years .iko man
with Ids family could not tr?ss a stream
i hundred yards wide, lie oculd commu?
nicate VI tl, his 1,1'. i* nun only so f.ir ns
his hoarse volet- would reach. Medle.il
> iciue knew no positlvo cure for the
worst of all dlscases-HlySpepsla. But
we have progressed. Steam cresses the
11 au, electricity cohiniiinlcatcs across
continent and Hostctter's Stomach
Bitters has proved a boon to medical
:,-ii nee and io humanity in general. It
Irlki - :it the root of almost ail sickness?
i.i ? ^; imiich, and by making it streng
prevents as well as euros indigestion,
qoiisiipatioii, biliousness, dyspepsia anil
goneral debility, A private Revenue
Stamp should cover the in ek of the bot?
licuey listenrulnii ><> \%:?? III niri mi.
J2 round trip via Chesapeake and
Ohio route Sunday. October 1st. Steam?
er Louise will leave Norfolk 0:10 a. m..
connecting with train: arrive in Wash?
ington ?"> P- m. Returning, leave Wash?
ington Tuesday 0:30 p. m. Dewey cel?
ebration held October 2d and 3d. J. F.
Herman, manager. 460 Main street.
Ilenrlrli'i tie, , I? I'll re. ' I'ltone I2S
To be correclly dressed plnce your fall
suit order with RUDOLPHI & WAL?
LACE, iibil Main street
sperli?' Kmc ? ?? Noiv York
lirwear < elebrn t foil.
The Old Dominion Steamship Com?
pany will sell tickets to New York on
September 2?tn, 27:h and 23th, good to
return until October 4th. for $11.00 for
round-trip, including meals and state?
room berth. M. B. CROWELL.
se24-4i General Agent.
II i ii i?ich'? He , r In I'nrr. 'I'lioilc 428
We are headquarters for all railroad
watches. We carry *.he largest line in
the city. Call and see our stock nnd
learn prices. The Hale Jewelry Co.
SEVERAL GENTLEMEN TAKE
UNTO THEMSELVES WIVES.
In the parlors of the Hotel Gladstone
yesterday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock Mr.
Lindsay Mitchell Thomas Beale, of
Newport Newa, and Miss Ella May
Phelps. of this city, were united In
marriage by Rev. J. J. Hall. D. D., of
Park Avenue Baptist Church, Bramble
Mr, D. S. Talmadge. of Norfolk, was
best man, and Miss Eannie Green, of
Portsmouth, maid of honor. The at?
tendants were Mr. Drake and Mr.
Ne-.ide, of Norfolk, and Miss Grace Har?
ris, of Portsmouth, and Miss Margaret
Bolle, of Norfolk.
Prof. Arthur Blodsoe Cooke, of Y.'oT
ford College. S. C. and Miss Stc'.ln V.
('rider, of Norfolk, V.l.. were united in
the holy bonds of matrimony Tuasday
at high noon by Rev. J. W. Crider. of
the Virginia Confcrance. father of the
bride. On account of recent Illness of
the groom the marriage took piace :\t
his home. Melton's. Va., in the pres?
ence of only intimate friends of the
They left immediately for Eu?
rope, whore they will spend one
year traveling in the Old Coun- !
tries, after which Professor and;
wife will return to Woftord College,
S. Ci where he holds lli'o German ?rid i
French chairs. May their life l>e bright
?and prosperous and may they have a
safe return to their loved ones on this
side of tho water. Bridal presents wore
numerous fthd handsome. |
A telephone message from Newport
News to the Virginian-Pilot fay.-:
Miss Mary Elisabeth Marable, or
Norfolk, and Mr. Waverly .1. Bell, of
furry county, were married in thai
county at Oak Grove Church at u
o'clock yesterday morning.
The maid of honor was Miss Fannie
M. Tntem, of Brambleton Ward.
Tho bride was attire.1 in a handsome
gray suit, trimmed In black applique,
with gloves to match. She wore a
blai k velvet hat, and carried a bunch
'of white carnations.
The maid of honor was attired in
pale blue organdie over pink. She wore
i a black "picture" hat.
The groom wore the usual black,
with gray kid gloves.
The bride is well known in this city,
where she has a host of friends ami ac?
quaintances. She is the daughter ot
i Mrs. Mary E. Marable, of 30S Bank
street. The groom is a well-known and
prosperous young man of Surry county.
F E NTH ESS?DOR MAN D.
. Yesterday at 3 p. m., at the home of
the bride, Thalia. Princess Anne coun?
ty, Mr. Claud Fen tress and Miss Grace
Haines Dormnnd. The ceremony was
performed by Rev. A. A. Jones In the
presence of a few friends and relatives.
Mr. Fentress Is an enterprising mer?
chant on Bay side. Princess Anne coun?
ty. Mrs. Fentress was recently from
tho State of Kansas.
After the ceremony the happy cou?
ple left for Washington, D. C, nnd
points North, for a few days. Tho best
I wishes of a large circle of friends are
NEW HEBREW CONGREGATION.
ORGANIZED RECENTLY IN CITY
It is not generally known, hut it is
I a fact nevertheless, that a considerable
number of the Hebrew citizens of Nor?
folk met recently at the home of Mr.
S. Ynffe, No. 614 Church street, and
I organized tho Chevro Ada Israel ebn
| gregation, and elected the following of
\ fleers for the ensuing year: President,
I S. Yafe; Vice-President, S. Street!;
Secretary, Joseph Beskin: Treasurer,
A. Siegel; Trustees, B. Kesner and B.
Rev. A. J. Shapiro was elected rttbbl
for one year.
A committee was appointed to soour*.
I at a reasonable price, if possible, the
j building at the corner of Fenchurch
and Cove streets, lately occup'e 1 by
I tho Old Dominion Bottling Works, for
the use of the congregation, if tit*
committee is successful this bui*dlri3
will be remodelled and converted into
a line synagogue. I: was used for this
purpose years ago by 1'?' Bethel con?
gregation, now worshipping on Cum?
This makes live Hebrew congrega?
tions in Norfolk, all get:ing alony?mw
jy, spiritually and otherwise. The He?
brew population if Norfolk is grow?
ing rapidly. All of them are making
good citizens. They rarely appear In
our courts, and in politics ninety-five
per cent, of them are Jeffersonian
Democrats, we are informed.
W1ARY WASHINGTON COLLEGE
IT OPENED YESTERDAY WITH
The Mary Washington College,
corner Granby street and College
Place, began its first term most auspi?
ciously yesterday morning. Not only
did practically all the old pupils of the
Norfolk College for Young Ladies,
which the Mary Washington ?uece< (Is,
come back, but a large number of new
pupils were entered.
The opening exercises were simple,
nhtl passed off very pleasantly. Rev,
A. S. Lloyd, D. D? rector of Si. Luke's
Episcopal Church, opened the exercises
with prayer, and Dr. W. J. Young, of
Epworth M. E. Church, gave a Short
talk to the young ladies.
The principals nnd teachers are well
pleased with the prospects for a suc?
It is not generally known that Miss
E:eanor Ten Eyck Maey has returned,
after an absence of two years, to take
Charge of the elocution and physical
culture department. Miss Macy is well
and favorably known here. Since leav?
ing Norfolk she has taken a course in
the New England Conservatory.
Miss Mary Gray, who has charge of
the School of Art. having held this po?
sition In the Norfolk College, will very
soon have a large art class. It is her
intention to organize a sketching
class in the near future.
llenrloil'S Herr In Pure. *f lioiin 42S
Just a word again about our Drtim
mond's soft finish worsteds. If you In?
tend buying a Prince Albert suit they
arc what you want.
RUDOLPHI ft WALLACE,
333 Main street.
Eye? Its; lulnr? Frr?*.
Dr. A. Week manager of the optical
department of the Gale Jewelry Com?
pany, will examine your eyes free. De?
fective vision and complicated cases
specially Invited to call. Je26-tf
llcnrlc-li'i Itcrr la I'nrr, ?l'Imne 128
General Soliciting Committee For (
the Rebuilding Fund,
rciitporiti y Orirmilis-illnii ? Cr^eto'l
nml Anoiticr Impor'niil Tcoiluu
loDi' iifio iii'H r.yenivs-wi.Jmic't,
A. SI. I". ? lilt . nil ?'?>iii i- tiitlliinx.
The c.-licd m'ccllrg of Ihj General So- '
Melting Corrsrnlitea fir the St. Vincent's
llcupitai ici)V.:;d.'n5 furid \v?s not so
largJy attended >??rtfay as had heen
expected by rriaiids ef that institution.
It was. thererore;. (ke.v.i.l be:: to rarm
a temporary r.rgiinlzatloti and meet at
C:'.'0 o'clock this attevno In ifce rooms
of the ?usir.oa.i Mens Association and
effect a perni it er.t ? r^-ahSssatioa. Cant.
11. R. Nichols} was elected temporary I
chairman, and Mr. Ker.ry V. Vail, sec
retaiy. Every meint.er of the commit?
tee !:i urged t<* attend the meeting this
c \ t rilng;
R'iV. .!. B. K. But'er. ciyc'ed, yester?
day haree:! Treasurer Behiiian. cf the
committee and Mr. VVll'&rd Ror.som
Coolte sind Rev. D. 1'. Seaton. I). D.,
paster cf St. John's M. E. Church,
each ! :"t -$25 with the yirgin.'an-Pllot
tor the rebuilding fund. Or. Beamah's
church is believed to be the' first re- j
I Ig'bus organization in Norfolk to eome
to the aid of f^t. Vincent's. Dr. Sen ton
is deservedly proud of th< action of his
congregation, hud says Its contribution
was made from a purely humane ami
undehomiha, iona i standpoint.
It is believed thai when the Solicit?
ing Committee geta together this ev?m
ing ar.d forn:s a permanent organiza?
tion the work of collecting funds with
which to rebuild St. Vincent's will go
The contributions to date are as fol?
TH ROUGH VIRG1NIAN-PI EOT.
Saks & Co.$ 50 00
Virginian-Pilot . 50 110
Cap.. Hi H. Williamson . 5 00
Renl Atschal . 10 00
Central Labor Union . 25 OO
St. John's A. M. E. Church. ii.". 00
Wlllard Ransom Cook. 25 00
Total .$100 00
DIRECT AND TO COMMITTEE:
W. H. Doyle . r.00 00
Rank of Commerce. 200 00
Seaboard Eire Ins. Company. 25 00
Dr. Southgute Leigh . 500 00
Tunstall & Scheine . 15 00
Mrs. Anna Maupln and children. 255 00
Dr. Israel Brow n . 50 00
W. G. Maupln. 20 00
Lena Rigney . 2 00
Friend . 10 00
N. B. Taggart . 5 00
Dr. W. R. Sturgis . 5 00
Mr. Gregory . 2 00
Rev. J. K. B. Butler, (colored).. 6 00
Total .$1.501 00
Through Virginian-Pilot. 190 OCt
Grand total .$1,784 00
If you are tired and dull, can't get
rested, and have no appetite, take Hood's
Barmparllla. It enriches and vitalize:;
YOUNG MAN SUICIDES.
WILLIAM GERWIG'S TRAGTC END
OF A SPREE.
William F. Gerwlg, a bartender, shot
himself through the head early yes?
terday morning at No. -15 Union street.
i He was found dead in his room by a
i servant about 0:30 o'clock, and It is
supposed that he tired the fatal shot
I about two hours previous to that time.
Gerwlg, who is also known as Wll
I Ham Bell, came here about three years
ago. His former home was Allegheny
? 'iiy, Pa., where his mother lives. He
; was married and lived with his wife
at the house named. He had been on
? a spree for several days, and night be
i fore last his wife did not stay in the
room with him because ho bad been
Gerwlg was 25 years old. He has
been employed as barkeeper at tho
Emmett House. Union and Church
suets. _Chief of Police Klzor tele?
graphed to" the AllegKany V'i'ty police i
department yesterday afternoon to lo?
cate his mother and instruct sis to
what disposition should be made of his
A coroner's Inquest was held and the
i jury returned a verdict that the de
] ceased came to h'.* death from a. pistol
j shot in the left temple, fired by his
I own hands.
it was brought nut at the Inquest
'? thai Gerwlg had seemed the pistol to
kill his wife, and had threatened her.
to ci in-. i.\ Hitippt: i\ two r? ys
Take Laxative Broino Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund Ihc money if it falls
io eure. K. W. Grove's signature is on
each box. 25c.
Ifciirlrli'ri ICecr Is Pore. "I'llone 1'? >
Bear In mind tho largest force of eus
! tom coatmakers In the State is em
? ployed by RUDOLPH 1 & WALLACE
j in the production of their high class
ICedureil KlitcW III >eiv York Vlit
.? ( cniiiit ol Detrey < <? i e i> i M i i I, ii,
? ??pt. 'JO'li,
The Norfolk and Washington Steam?
boat Co. will sell tickets to New York
on September 26th. 27th and 28th, good
to return until October 4 th; at $11 for
the round trip, via the Penn. or B. &
O. Railroads, permitting passengers to
stop over In Washington on return to
witness tiie grand reception to Admiral
Dewey, October 2nd and 3rd.
For tickets and stateroom reserva?
tions, apply to
D. J. CALLAHAN. Gen'! Agent.
lleuricli'? I ei-r l?* I'lire. 'Flione 128
Ilcdnci'il Union lo 11 iiftttlngioit, I>. 4'.,
Account Dftvey ? olelirnlloii.
f?cl 2d. ?ml 3rd.
T<tc> Norfolk and Washington Steam
beat Company will ?eil ticket? to
Waohington and return, on September
30th and October 1st, at $3 for the round
trip?good until October 4th.
Tickets to be on eale at this office on
the wharf, where staterooms can now
be reserved by application to
D. J. CALLAHAN,
'Phone No. 441. General Agent.
OTHER LOCAL ON PAGE 3.
??<>??> 0<^0 ?$><<>?> ??<?<4>?<S><*>0 <>-?-*>
234-236 MAIN STREET.
We want to emphasize the price?for they
arc wortli $12.50?indeed we don't believe you'll
match them in quality under $15 elsewhere.
They at e very stylish patterns. But go be?
yond the pattern?we want you to see how well
made these Suits are?how perfectly they fit
how well you'll look in them.
There are four different lots?three are Sin
jr'e-breasted Sacks, with Double-breasted Vests^
and one lot of Double-breasted Sacks, with
Fit Reform cut. Saks made. $10.
^???>C> OOO ?>?^0 <><?><> W ? <r><V OO^i* *>-?><J> -ft.-.~>.r>.
To-day we shall offer 150
our usual $1.25 and $\.$0
goods chiefly, at
Each piece clean and fresh.
Bought for this particular oc?
casion. The more you buy,
the larger your gain.
JOSEPH BROWN. 220 jig St.
OUR OPENING OF
Will take place this week,
W?flnes?ay, Tfiursflag 4 Friday
September 27, 28 and 29,
We extend herewith a polite invi?
tation to the Ladies to attend this ex?
hibition, assuring them that they will
be plea?ed by the inspection of the
elegant styles which will be displayed.
Mrs. P. Ries,
_162 Church Street_
To Citizens in General.
Realising the great loss 10 our city, re?
sulting from the burning of St. Vlrtcentla.
Hospital. and desiring to inaugurate' a
movement fo/ Its immed'ate reconstruc?
tion, the underslRtic? hereby agree to con?
tribute towards such reconstruction the
gross amount of commissions on all pre?
miums for new business that may be paid
us on account of fire insurance frcm this
dato up to and including October 31st, 1S09.
I Honing that our suggestion and pro?
posed action may lead other business men
and citizens generally to take active part
In the rehabilitation of this great charita?
ble Institution, we are, Very respectfully,
COUB &. MII'TIADO.
General Insurance AKcnis,
sc23-St 217 Main street, Norfolk, Va.
CITY OF NORFOLK, VA.,
Thirty Year Four (4) Per
Cent. Coupon Bonds,
OF 51,000.00 AND $310.00 EACH;
i31l.OCO.00 Dun November ist. 1920; Interest
l'npablc .May 1st and November 1st.
Sea lkd ri!oru,'Ai,s wn.r. re re
. eelved at ihr utll ??? <>r the City Treas-j
nrf-r or Norfolk, Va? until 12 o'clock m.
thursday1' October 5tli, is:?:?. tor
JMl.ooo.oo four (i) per cent, semi-annual
thirty (80) year coupon bonds, Issued for
the following purposes:
For sewerage, etc., in Bramble
tori Ward .jijO.ooo.oo
For the improvement of certain
Ftrects In lirambleton Ward ... 20,000.00
For opening streets, Improving
Streets :<n<I paying for certain
other permanent Improvements
In Atlantic City Waul . 50,000.00
For opening Tripoli street, from
Wolf to Bute, and for widening
Wolf street, from Cumberland
to Oranby streets . 173,000.00
For the purpose of redeeming
bond.-: maturing Jnnunry 1st,
1MW. ($151,000.00). (Tip so red< mp
tion bonds will not be ready for
delivery until December :wth,
lS'.'S.) .131,000 00
Bfds may be for Hie wliolo or part of
thu said bonds, aud must slato price and
Bonds Issued In denominations of $1,000.00
nnd $500.00 either, or both at option of
purchaser, dated November 1st, lbVJ.
Honds and '.merest payable In Norfolk.
All honds to be Issued as coupon bonds,
but purchasers to havo privilege of buy?
ing same registered.
Bidders to enclose check for 1 per cent,
of par value of amount bid for. im?
mediately upon notification of allotment
a further deposit of four per cent, of par
value of amoUnt nllnled shall be made.
Four (I) per cent, interest will bo allow?
ed successful bidders on the live (5) per
cent paid in, from time of rece.pt of tho
four (I) per cent, until bands arc ready to
be dciivi red,
The remainder of the purchase money
to bu paid Immediately after purchasers
are notl.'kd that bouda are ready for de?
Checks to be certilled and made payablo
to order of H. S. Herman, City Treas?
urer of the City of Norfolk. Va.
The right is reserved to reject any or all
NATIIAN1 KI, HE AM AN,
Chairman Finance Committee Common
CHARLES II. CONSOLVO,
Cha'rmnn Finance Committee Select
Teste:? II. R. HERMAN,
se22-td City Treasurer.
HATS AND OARS
FOR MEN AND BOYS.
Ladies' Furs. Call and see them.
Sydney Sherwood & Co
325 A1A1?N STREET.
Agents Youmans Hats.
Swcllest Line in tho City.
WALTER J. SIMMONS & CO.,
THE LEADING HATTERS.
Agents Youngs Hats.
Is called to our largo stock of Pictures,
Bisquo Ware, Easels, Frames Screens,
Jardinieres, Damps, Mirrors, Medallonsv
Art Novelties, &c. Especial attention Is
called to our line of STATIONERY, In all
tbo latest shapes and t'.nts. Low prices
LOUGHRAN 0 PRIEUR'S
No. 174 Church St., near Main St
COOKE, CLARK & CO,
SASH, DOORS AND BLINDS*
Cabinet Mantels, Tiling and
Grates, Fine Builders'.
Paints, Oils and Glass.
I 84 COMMERCIAL/ PLACE.
87 ROANOKE AVE.