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THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES 2, 3, 5, 6, 7 AND 18
?NB FIRST CLASS WAIST. HAND
wanted. Gall Sunday between :2 and
Gronby street, Mia. M. B. HODGES,
,a;flooh r ' _u
, EXPERIENCED SALESMAN
Q9k&wwits posltton'as indoor or traveling
.Sa^otaA^wlth'rel^blo house In Norfolk.
^BeaiVretereuces. R, A. S., caro Virgln'on
^lOt^y J - _._"0l2-3t*
W ANTED?GENTLEMAN AND WIFE
W or two elnglo men for a nico front
."room; heat.. gas and baith; fir*t-class
I tahlo. v 284 Bank street. , noL-dt
: TTTT 'ANTED?OCCUPANTS FOR COM
;W. ? f ortable room, with good board.
? ?pocral'rates to table boarders. Apply to
:.&W^OSALIB SELDON, 250 Freemason
S Street," city._11
ttt ANTED?LATHERS, GRANBY ST.,
W ? nlai PuTmo: Apply at the building.
ANTED?TWO YOUNG MEN FOR
. ? furalshed room, with or without
.board. Address 44 York Place. nolZ
WANTED IN NORFOLK-ONE SUIT
Of 4 to 0 rooms, first floor preferred.
Address, giving particulars, to H. L. w..
?Virginian-Pilot oflloe, Portsmouth.
ANTED-- A FEW CUSTOMERS
. for Mrs. Hutzlcr's famous Sweet
PIcklo Fruit Mangles. Apply to 20S
Church street, Mrs. LINA HUT/.LLR. It
?nted-famiTy* washing_ by
llrst-class laundress. mary bell,
843 Church street. _ft_
"?NTED^TO HIRE SMITII-pre
micr Typewriter for three months.
Name lowest price, X. Y. Z., this olllce.
,. It* _
WANTED - BY A 1OUNG MAN
with experience position In olltce,
shorthand work, etc., at once. Not afraid
of work. Best of references. Address
"BAST," this office._R*_
ANTEDPOSITION AS CLERK BY
an experienced young mm, or any?
thing else .to mnko nn honorable living.
Address "CLERK," this ofllce. no!2-3t*
"XPERIENCED S A L E S L A D Y
wanted at BEERMAN'S BARGAIN
HOUSE. 120 Church' street. References
WANTED?THREE OR FOUR UN
furnished rooms or purt of house,
for light'housekeeping: state price. Ad?
dress L. M. N., caro this olllce. noll-3t?
WANTED?GENTLEMAN WHO CAN
devote his time, together with little
money, to join advertiser in hip paying
business. References exchanged. Ad?
dress 300, this paper._noll-3t*
W~ "?NTED?PUPILS BY APPOINT
ment for a new process of oil paint?
ing: delightful work: everybody learns;
terms reasonable; satisfaction guaranteed.
Enquire after 4 p. m. 515 East Main
street. _ nol0-3t
WANTED - A PARTNER WITH
cash capital not to exceed $1,000 to
open up a business requiring the services
of two. This Is a rare opportunity for a
genteel and lucrative business. For full
information and personal interview ad?
dress CONFIDENTIAL, at olllce of Vir?
ANTED ? POSITION BY YOUNG
married man, with ten years' expe?
rience as bookkeeper and salesman; am
. well known among the retail trade and
can furnish the best of references as to
both character and qualifications. Address
"C," care Virginian-Pilot office. no7-lw*
WANTED ? LIVE WIDE AWAKE
representative. More money can bo
made with us than any other concern.
We also furnish horseless carriage froo.
Box No. 530S. Boston, Mass. no7-2w
WANTED ? EXPERIENCED LADY
Tnlloress. Apply LAWRENCE &
WELTON. 218 Main street. oc31-tf
rpHE SERVICES OF A PUBLIC STEN
X ographer and Typewriter can bo pro?
cured at 313 Citizens' Uank Building. New
?Phone, 410; old, 161. nol-tf
AGENTS COIN MONEY SELLING
our latest novelty, Aluminum Christ?
mas and New Year Cards. Send 10c, for
ea-iuplo card with your name handsomely
engraved. Other useful novelties. SIM?
MONS & SALZBERG, manufacturers, 132
Elm St,, New York. It
A LL MEN EVERYWHERE; SELL
JX. merchants only; new lino; quick sell?
ing specialties; tr>0 weekly; costly sam?
ples froo; exclusive or side line. KEY?
STONE CO., 1021 Market St., Philadel?
"\ GENTS TO SELL OUR WHITE AN D
fancy rubber collars, cuffs, bosoms
and patented neckties; all colors; 125 new
styles: all goods guaranteed. Write for
our plan which brings success; you can?
not fall; liberal terms; nxcluslvo territory:
special offer until Xmas. Ono agent sold
over ?1,700 In 30 days. M. & Mi MFG.
CO., Sprlnglleld, Mass. It*
AGENTS TO~SELL ?UR CUT PRICE
Christmas books; 50c. book, 15c; SI.00
book, 25c.; $1.50 book, 50c; J2.50 book, 75c;
credit given; freight paid; outfit free.
FERGUSON PUBLISHING COMPANY.
1253 Fifth street, Cincinnati, Ohio. It*
WANTED?SALESMEN AND COL
lectors to work In the city and
country. Apply to the SINGER MANU?
FACTURING CO.. 200 Church street, Nor
-folk, Va, _ JuS-2taw-tf
WANTED - OIL AGENTS?RELIA
ble, cnegetic men?to sell our high
grade lubricating oils end greases on
commission, either exclusively or as a
side lino, locally or traveling. THIS
CLEVELAND REFINING CO Cleve?
land. O. _oc22-su-4t*
MEN AND WOMEN, GOOD ?D
dress, to travel and appoint agents;
Balary- S75 month; expenses; rapid ad?
vancement. Unusually brilliant oppor?
tunity. Address with reference. BUT?
LER & ALGER, New Haven, Conn.
SPTK M O N T II SALARY; EX
fl *J penses; Ideal employment, men
und women appointing agents. Our gene
St &M?1ta acf; 88 employers, making work
dignified and agreeable. MANAGER
Drawer 28. New Haven, Conn.
euro free to prove easv. safe nnlew
method DR. SPEIRS, 44 Ma n It ,' West
brook, MRlne. nol&su-n
SAF2?^IEN r TO SELL PATENT
.medicines to dealers. |10O monthly
.exr^r^es. Experience unnecessary.
? COLLINS BROS. MEDICINE CO.T S t,
Louis, Mo. _ nol2-su-ly
OVERNMENt POSITIONS ?DON'T
;"-vX prepare for any civil servleo or cen?
sus examination without seeing our eata
vJOgtio of information. Sent free COLUMJ
' gfAN CORRESPONDENCE COLLEGE
Washington, D. C. noo-su-2t
; i ; _ ??
S^*jr\f\^ mISnth AND EX.
eJUV/ penses guaranteed selHnrr
' new patent Burner for heating and cook
><ng; makes itrt own gas from cool oil; fits
Sen-y stove; non-explosive; indcstructablo'
rj.tjooke- rotate, or heals rooms In 'half usuai
v.tlmo,and expense. PERFECTION BUR
, NlgR CO.; 93g P. St., Cincinnati, O. It*
?<J1 ALBSMAN ? IF ? Y??~W?NT~T?
. CT .-make. J1.600 a year work for us. Our
.leather suspenders sell themselves; can
;)not' wear out; attractive assortment; ox
f?U*ve'.''.territory;' samples free condi
i?or?lly. J.- S, BERRY MFG. CO., A C35,
!;,<%rffinjtatl. Ohio. , it*
SALESMAN on salary, with ex
pald. Can offer good thing to
?UvUn ?tabllshed trade. THE A.
RBAUGH CO., Syroougo, N. Y.
? OST-WHITE- SETTER DOG. WITH
Li black spots on body and head. An
swors to namo of Duke, Reward If re?
turned to No. 25 Cumberland street. If
T71 OR SALE?FINE JERSEY COW AND
_li Oalf 6 weeks old. Apply to W. P.
DICKEfcSON. C17 Fourth street, Ports?
mouth. Va. It
OR SALE?ABOUT 60 PINE PILES,
40 feet long, 12 Inch butts and 7 to
8 Inch points. Address 1*. O. Box 132. It*
d OR SALE?A HOUSE AND LOT FOR
X? Jl,200; In tho best location at Park
Phvce. Conveniently to . street car l'.no.
Apply to W. P. COUSIN, &4 Bank Btreet,
city._ ' _It
FOR SALE?ONE HORSE. 2 SETS
harness, 1 surrey, 1 buggy. Apply to 1
JAMES CALEB. 217 Water Btreet. It*
OR SALE ? ONE STEEL TOOL
Chest, one Plpo Cutting Table, ono
largo Vise and one lot of Steam Fitters'
Tools. Enquire 375 Main street, up-stalrs.
FOR SALE?DO YOU WANT A Busi?
ness where you can pay a little 4eash
and tho balance as tho business makes It?
If so call on us at once. The business
will bear investigation. "V. P. Snow &
CO., over Umstadter-Myors Co. noll-3t
OR SALE?A RETAIL GROCERYj
and Meat Business; good location
lor doing a large cash business; prlco 1
J650.00 cash; reason for selling, am leaving
city. Address J. E. M.. th'.s oltlce.
OR SALE?ONE MULE. WEIGHT
about 950 pounds. Apply STANDARD
OIL CO. nolO-3t*
OR SALE ? ONE TITREE-STORY
building on 23d street, Newport News,
near Washington avenue, comprising
store 22x54 feet and eight dwelling rooms
above. For terms apply JOHN KOYATT,
over 217 Main street, Norfolk, Va. Both
'phones 892. no3-lm
OR SALE ? RESTAURANT" WITH
lino trade; lodging rooms well
furnished; all occupied; day and night
house. Terms easy. Apply 423 Church
\TEW and UP-TO-DATE ?J. II.
_L>i White's Studio, 370 Main street. We
have engaged tho best operator In Balti?
more. Call on us and seo something now
before? you have your next photo taken,
B~UREAU FOR EMPLOYMENT AND
LABOR furnlBlies suitable employ?
ment for men and women. Call and reg?
ister your name. Fee, one dollar. One
half refunded If we do not place you. C.
J. IRED13LL, President; .1. b. HAN?
cock Secretary. Boom lfi, over 5 and
10c. Store. Special Room for ladles. Old
ph?ne. 95C; new phone. 810._
IHAVE FOUND A POSITIVE CURE
for drunkenness. Can be given se?
cretly. Will gladly tell you what It Is.
Don't send money. Mrs. MAY HAW?
KINS. Lock Box l. G. 131, Grand Rapids.
A1DEN don'T WANT MONEY. HE
wants to help the poor laboring peo?
ple both men, women and girls, who nro
seeking work to find work, asking all em?
ployers to assist him In Unding work for
tho poor honest people. No charges, no
fees?all given free. Come, money or not.
We .furnish situations of all chissc-s to all
classes, white and colored. Advance
tickets to all women- und girls to go
North to work. Orders must bo filled at
onco. Valden pays all expenses; has you
met on arrival of boat or trains In every
city and town North. Wants chamber?
maids, waitresses, laundresses; cooks,
housemaids, housekeepers and general
house work women. Pleaso call at VAI
den'S AGENCY, 4CS Church street. Nor
PROFITS IN STOCKS WHEAT AND
Cotton. Mackey's Modern Methods
Make Money. Write for our tree book.
c e. MACKEY & co., 29 Broadway, New
P1UM, MORPHINE, WHISKEY?IF
Interested In the cure of these habits
wrlio for my book on these diseases.
Malled free. B. M. WOOLLEY M. d.,
tr?fc?er f\(\g~\ to lend on the
?5>^0?LI\Jv' Building and I^an As?
sociation plan. W. H. SARGEANT, Jr.,
Room 31, Lowenberg Bldg._no3-tf
F? LOAN IN AMI
nmounts: no delny; eas?
iest terms. LEO JUDSON, Academy of
Music building. oc-15-lm*
TVrO"Nn?'V TO LOAN ON REAL
1UU1X Pj X estate. Easy monthly
payments. Loans made promptly.
FRANK 11. GALE. 310 Main street.
lluimehold Fn Huru ?rhu? in
Mortgages and other securities; liberal
advances on salaries, rents, annuities, es?
tates and permanent incomes. Interviews
strictly private and? all?transactions ~Hg-~
ldly confidential. NORFOLK MORT?
GAGE LOAN COMPANY, W. II. Hof
helmer, new No. 85S Main Btreet, MoritJt
Oftlco Building, sulto 5, C and 7.
i?n? TUNING?HAVE YOUR
Pianos tuned and put In good order
for enjoyable use the coming season by
II. A, Paine. Thirty-seven years' experi
enco with ono of the Inrgest manufactu?
rers In the East: guarantees all work.
Orders loft at "FACTORY PIANO PAR?
LORS," corner Granby and Charlotte
street, or Lock Box I0S, will receive
prompt attention. ocS
URUAU FOR EMPLOYMENT AND
LABOR Is Incorporated and Is com?
posed of leading wholesale merchants of
Norfolk. Business men wanting help sup
piled free of CHARGE, character and
capacity thoroughly Investigated. None
but worthy help recommended. J. B.
HANCOCK. Secretary: C. J. 1REDELL.
president. Old phone, 95G; now phone, fcio.
Room Jt>, over 5 and 10c, Store. Special
Room for ladies._no5
HUDSON'S ENGLISH KITCHEN. _
Tho old reliable!?tho pioneer of tho
restaurant business In Norfolk; only Uio
best the market affords at very reason?
able prices. Dining room for ladles and
gentlemen. 374 Main street. Established
Miocltn and Honda.
I MOTTU, do WITT & CO.. 31 Granby at
Stocks and bonds.
Improvo your cyo
v sight by consulting
3Dr. Harmon, over 6c.
"and 10c. Store. Re?
member I havo been
practicing since 15C9.
RTI8TIC PIANO TUNING""^- WE
havo on expert piano tuner direct
1 from tho factory. If your piano needs
tuning it will pay you to glvo us n call.
Orders by mall given prompt attention.
OHAS. M. ST1KFF, Momlcello, Granby
street. Both 'phones, lira. oc24-lf
AD1E3 N BED! NO TREAT^CNT
for Irregularities, Leucorrhor-a or
any other Ovarian Troubles consult DIt
JACKSON. 112 W. Mulberry street Bal?
timore, Md. Private aanltarlum; trained
N"~OUFOLK DYE I NO. CLEAN I NO
and Repairing Co.?Lndles' Hints
cleaned; Gen's' Suits Dyed. $2.00, cleaned
and pressed, 75c.. pants pressed lOe car?
pets a npeclalty. 441 Main. New Phono Ml
Pellslilo persons of n mi-clmnlr.il or Inventive mind
dealrltiRatrlp to tho Purls Kxpnsltloii, wliligood
sslnry omt rxpenm n raid. *horilit write
Tho PATENT RECORD, liiilllmoro, Md.
1ADIKSJ Chfchcster's Englidi Pennyroyal PJlfo
'DI?uod1 Bund), nre tho Host, hit; R.I .>.
r.o etorr. S?lJ <c, ?.-?inp?, for p"ij., :l.r? ??
A NEW FEEDER
The Tenncseo Central to Connect
With the Norfolk and Western.
s. a. l. improvements
Tbo Now Mue nnU ?lio Illinois Cen?
tral Will itcucii Deep Wnier at
Norfolk ?COHtly Afldltton to S. A.
a.. Equipment-New feeder for
I lie Cli'oMupi'itko mill * lno.
The work now In progress on the
Tennessee Central railroad is of such
magnitude that the question has arisen
as to whether the Tennessee Central
Railroad Compay is back of the enter?
prise or whether it really represents]
some larger corporation. The history
of tills enterprise hase been detailed in
previous numbers of the Manufactur?
ers' Record. Jere Baxter, who has
been instrumental in promoting It, pro?
jected a railroad to connect Nashville
with Knoxvllle, running nearly east
and west through the central and east?
ern part of the State. Owing to the
topography of the country, the cost of
constructing the line was estimated to
be very heavy?on some portions
high as $50,000 a mile?owing to the
large amount of work to be done In
the mountainous portions, as well as
the tunnels and bridges. Although it
was begun several years ngo, and work
lias been stopped altogether a number
of times since its Inception, President
Baxter apparently was nut to be dis?
couraged, and continued to push the
project. He Interested a St. Louis syn?
dicate In the matter about two years)
ago, and as a result the Tennessee Cen?
tral Railroad Company was practical?
ly re-organized. Among those inter?
ested were several St. Louis bankers,
while it was reported that the Nied
rlnghouse brothers, who are large coal
and ore property owners in Tennessee,
were also backing the enterprise. A
contract was let to resume work on the
lino about a year ago, and considerable
progress ha? been made, as from 500
to 3.000 men have been employed along,
various portions. Between the towns'
of Crrssville and Monterey, a distance
of sixty miles, the road has been
graded and tracklaylng Is in progress.
The Tennessee Central, which will be
2"0 miles long when completed, would
form a most valuable link in another
system to the Atlantic coast, as at
Knoxvllle It will connect with a line
now being constructed, which, la turn,
will connect with the Norfolk and1
Western system. At Nashville it will
meet the Louisville and Nashville sys?
tem. By the construction of thirty-live
miles of road the Illinois Central can
make a connection with the new line
at Clarksvllle, Tenn. Its advantages
to bath systems are obvious, for It
would allow them to reach the Atlantic
const at Hnmpton Roads by a traffic
arrangement with the Norfolk and
AVostern. Undoubtedly the reason for
the present activity Is not the loenl
value of the line, although It pnsses
through extensive beds of ore, phos?
phate and timber lands, but because
It In Intended to be a part of a new
system from the Northwest to the I
Southeast, for the outlay alrendy rep?
resents over $1.000,000, while the entire
cost of the rond ready for operation will
not be less than $5.000,000, owing, as al?
ready stated, to the difficulties In the
way of building It.
S. A. L. IMPROVEMENTS.
According to the Baltimore Manufac?
turers' Record, the new train service]
to be Inaugurated by the Seaboard Air
Line between New York nnd the South
during -the coming winter will repre?
sent an outlay of nearly $250,000. The j
rolling stock, ibeing manufactured by
?t lie Pu llinan Palace Car Company, in -
duties sleeping cars ot the latest pat -
cms, finished In mahogany and wal?
nut. The trains will be made up of at
least six cars each and will be four
in number. This service will be over
the Seaboard Air Line and Its connec?
tions, forming what Is known as the
Florida and Wo/t India Short Line
The Manufacturers' Record is nlso ofll
clnlly informed that the Seaboard Air
Line has decided to purchase fifty ad?
ditional locomotives and two hundred
box cars to meet Its requirements for
business and ten switch engines. The
orders will include about twen'.y-llve
freight engines, fifteen passenger nnd
ten .switch engines. This rolling stork
atone will represent an outlay of fully
$GOO,000, exclusive of the Pullman equip?
C. & O.'S NEW FEEDER.
The Greenbrler Valley Railroad, now
under construction in West ^Virginia,
will connect the Chesapeake and Ohio
nnd ihe West Virginia Central and
171 OH RENT ? TWO NICE LARGE
' rooms furnished or unfurnished, lo
catcd on 'Charlotte street. For fun her
particular* address A., care Virginian
Pilot olllee. lt?
171 OH RENT?A SUITE OK FURNISH
L} cd rooms to gentlemen only. Very
convenient to business and on rar lin?-.
Satisfactory terms to des'.rablc parties.
Applv 13s Church street, M. J. DOUGH?
VERY LARGE ROOMS, SUITABLE
for families or for several young
men. Also suite of south front rooms.
Apply to Mrs. It. W. BENDER, The f'ol
lc"rT. corner G ran by street nnd College
I" 71UUN18IIED HOUSE 122 . FREEMA
" son street for rent. Immediate pos?
session given. Apply to W. T. BARRON,
Ol Itomioke avenue. no11-3t
WANTED?BOARDERS FOB TWO
nicely furnished rooms, back ami
front. Table guaranteed to please: prices
moderate; very desirable location; con?
venient to business. Mrs. MINNIE BAG
LEY, 5C6 Freemason street, lt?
Married COUPLE OR two GEN
Ilemcn can obtain board In private
family on York street. Address "home."
care Virginian-Pilot. nol2-3t*
P~i.k7\sa~nt" furnisheTS rooms.
larce. cool nnd airy, at 211 Chureh
street, oppostto St. Paul's Church. JylS-lf
r n ho 11om B,?BSVBRYTHINO new
1 and clean, table board $3.00; board
*r.d room $1.00 por ?eeek. 421 and U'J
Pittsburg systems. An ofllclal of the
Chesapeake and Ohio confirms this
Statement. The new line xettl form the
connecting link of u new route between
Flttsburg and vicinity and the South?
ern States by way of eastern We3t
Virginia. The lines forming the route
will consist of the Baltimore nnd Ohio,
the West Virginia Central and Pltts
burg, tho Chesapeake and Ohio, and
the Southern. It will be considerable
shorter than any other now In opera?
tion between Pittsburg and the South.
BUSY COURT WEEK.
Four Important Courts Will be in
Session This Week.
Tbe Full Term or (ho C'lly Circuit
Court llrglua Toiniirron ? Impor
mm Dniungo Sulia-iionvy Hock?
et* In nil tbe Courts.
Four courts will be in session In
Norfolk this week. They nre the Court
of Chancery, the City Circuit Court,
the Corporation Court, and the United
States District Court. This is the be?
ginning of the November term of tho
former court, and a big docket will
be disposed of. There are about forty
five divorce cases alone, outside of the
damage, detinue, Injunction, and other
stilts. These, of course, will not nil be
disposed of, but the term will be a
In the Corporation Court there Is
also a big docket. Probably the mos
interesting case to be heard at this
term is the appeal of the llarhor
Masters in the case in which Justice
Tomlln, of the Tollce Court, deoUlod
harbor masters' fees to be unconsti?
THE CITY CIRCUIT COURT.
The fall term of the City Circuit
Court will convene to-morrow mornin.
Judge Prentis presiding. He will lhavc
a heavy docket.
The 'injunction proceedings against
tho city, whereby C. Whittle Sams,
an attorney, seeks to enjoin the city
from compelling him to pave the side?
walk 1n front of his house, will bc
determlned by this court. This Is a
case brought to test the ordinance re?
quiring property owners to pave the
sidewalk in front of their property.
There will 'be nn appeal to the Court of
Appeals, no matter how the case it
A DAMAGE I SUIT.
Through Attorney 13. R. Balrd, The
opolls Tunis, of Baltimore, nn oflicial
of the Tunis Lumber Company has
entered suit against George W. Jones,
of the Atlantic Saw M'ill Company to
recover 515,000 damages. Mr. Tunis
was a former stockholder In the latter
company, and the suit arose from the'
alleged non-payment of dividends on
his stock. This will be heard at this
term of the City Circuit Court.
THE PARKER SUIT.
The suit of Chas. H. Parker against
the city, in which plaintiff, an Infant,
asks for $15,000 damages for Injuries
sustndned becnuse of having been
struck by a sign which fell from Its
position, will be heard at this term
Another case to be tried by Judge
Prentis is a $5,000 su>!t, in which the
plaintiff, George McCllnnan, asks for
this amount from the Albemnrle nnd
Chesapeake Canal Towing Company
for a mashed foot. He was Injured
aboard a vessel belonging to the de?
Fine ? yolrr* on Two Wlieoli.
An Interesting sight at the post office
yesterday was a young man nnd his
wife and throe little children, the eld?
est being apparently Olbout -I years old.
They are all enthusiastic cyclers nnd,
a'hout 9:30 a. m. headed for Emporia.
The lady had a basket on her bicycle
'In front for the baby nnd the man
had a seat In front of his wheel and
one behind him for the other two little
ones. They expected to make the dis?
tance to Emporln, nth nut 73 miles, by
last night nnd continue -their journey
on to Wilmington, N. C, -by road or
Mill, according to circumstances.
The members of the family are long?
distance riders and have made a num?
ber of Interesting trips awheel.
'?The Low* or (Jold
In Kr?nt: the loss of health Is more."
Health Is lost by neglecting to keep tho
blood pure. Hood's Sarsaparllln purifies,
enriches and vitalises ihr- blood and thus
saves both gold and health.
HOOD'S PILLS euro bllllousness, sick
Wo? t-of-England-finished worsteds
for full dress suits, shown by the lead?
RUDOLPHI & WALLACE,
333 Main street.
< <> I.?- I: <. I - FOOT It A I.I. M1U.HIOX.
4>r tlm lllg *Vnriliy Tcnini, Ilnrvnrtl
hna llio llrnt Ctiitnco to Win tltn
Harvard, Yale, and Princeton had
clean spores up to Saturday, not a
point having boon made against cither
of them. Now two of the three have
been beaten and the third scored upon.
Saturday's game between Pennsylvania
and Harvard will have nn Important
bearing on the season's championship.
Should Harvard win, and also boat
Yale, the Cambridge boys will rank
number one; but should Pennsylvania
score a victory, the result of the Yale
Princeton game will figure In the cham?
pionship. Heurlch's scores more vic?
tories than any other boor In tho city.
The reason for thin Is because Maerzen.
Senate, and Lager are the results ot
malt and hop brews. No finer malt and
hops nre produced than that used In the
manufacture of thorie famous boors,
which, together with tho capacity for
storage which gives them the proper
ago, nnd the skill in browing, makes
Heurlch's the "host beverages In tho
United States. The boor of Heurlch's
brews are from six to eight months old.
anil In some cases It i? ten months old
before being placed on the market.
For n trial case of Heurlch's 'phono
four twenty-eight for a case. It
A look through our lino of suitings
will post you on what t<-> wear. Yon
know how we make and lit our gar?
RUDOLPHI ?- WALLACE,
333 Main street.
TWO MASONIC BODIES
Knights lemplar and Royal Arch
to Meet in Richmond,
JIntlcra 1"l?rU Will Co mo rtofore (ho
CirniKl Knill?? for Coiialdoritt lull?
Iii? l.lnt <>r Otlicers-Tliolr l'rolm
An event of great Importance In Ma?
sonic circles Is the meeting In the Ma?
sonic Temple, Richmond, next Thurs?
day morning at 10 o'clock In annual ses?
sion of the Knights Templar of Virginia.
The nrst business will be to receive
the report of the Grand Commander,
which will be referred to a special
committee for action and report. The
Grand Commander will also receive re?
ports from the several Inspection offi?
cers, whose duty it is to annually In?
spect and report on the condition of the
various subordinate commtinderics of
Each ?commnndcry should be repre?
sented In the Grund Conclave by Its
captain general. The deliberations of
the Grand Commandery refer exclusive?
ly to the welfare of the order through?
out the jurisdiction. No specially Im?
portant Questions will be put up for
consideration at this Conclave.
After the legislative session the an?
nual electl n of officers will tnke place,
ft is very probable that the usual or?
der will be observed, the Grand Com?
mander retiring after one year and the
other officers promoted In the rcgulni
order- Just as Grand Commander Jas.
H. Capers retired lost year. Governor
Wood fin will become Past Grand Com-1
tnander this year. All of the officers I
are elected except the Grand Stnndard
Bearer, the Grand Sword Hearer and
the Grand Warden. These are appoint?
ed by the incoming Grund Commander.
They usually go on up the line, how?
ever, nnd through the chairs.
THE GRAND OFFICERS.
The grand officers nre: Right Emi?
nent P. T. Woodffil, of Soldiers' Home,
grand commander; Very Eminent H. F.
Buchanan, or Mas-ion, deuuty grand
eomm?nder;Emtnenl J. K. Alexander, of
Alexandria, grand generalissimo; Emi?
nent Louis P. Ecker, of Richmond,
grand captain general; Right Eminent
J. B. Blanks, of Petersburg, grand re?
corder; Eminent George \V. Poc. of
Richmond, grand treasurer; Eminent J.
E. Townes, grand senior warden; Emi?
nent J. T- Le Suour, grand junior war?
den; Rev. ,T. T. McFadcn, of Lynchburg;
Brand prelate: Eminent J. W. Bryant,
grand standard bearer; Eminent T. E.
Schwartz, grand sword bearer; Emi?
nent F. W. Cunningham, grand warden.
ROYAL AROII MASONS.
The ninety-second annual convoca?
tion of the Royal Arch Mas >ns of Vir?
ginia will begin in the Masonic Temple,
Richmond, Tuesday next.
Tlie proceedings will bo opened in due
form by Most Excellent Thomas Ed?
ward Seitw?rts, of Luray, grand high
priest, nnd will probably continue two
The other grand officers nre: Right
Excellent Fred Greenwood, Norfolk,
grand king; Right Excellent .las. Ed?
ward Alexander, of Alexandria.'grand
scribe; Most Excellent .fames Brnxton
Blanks, of Petersburg, grand secretary;
Excellent Elliott Thomas Brady, of Ma?
rion, grand captain 'if host; Excellent
William James Hubbnrd, of Lynchburg,
grand principal sojourner; Excellent
Joseph VlrglnlUS Bldgood, of Richmond,
royal nreh captain; Excellent Edward
Smith Conrad, of Hnrrlsonburg, grand
master third veil; Excellent Sol. Louis
Bloomberg, Richmond, grand master of j
second veil: Excellent S. W. Thomas,
of Culpeper, grand master first veil; i
Excellent Rev. C N. Van Hoiifon, of |
Manchester, grand chaplain; Oompnn.-j
ion Junlus Addison Cosby, of R'ehmond. |
grand marshal; Companion WJlll m
Collier Wilkinson, of Richmond, grand
tiler; Excellent F. C. Ebel, of Rich?
mond, deputy grand treasurer; Excel?
lent O. A. Nesbitt, deputy grand sec?
The grand high priest, grand king,
grand scribe, grand treasurer and grand
secretary a''e elected. The deputy
grand treasurer and secretnry respec?
tively. The ethers nre appointed by
the grand high priest.
TO CUHK A ????!,? IN OKC DAT
Tako Laxative Brnmo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund the money !f it falls
io euro. E W. Grove's slBiulure '.s on
each box. 2<"c.
OTHER LOCAL ON PAGE 3.
I hereby announce to the citizens of
Norfolk that I have removed to this city
to practice my profession, and can be
found at 705 West Bramblolon avenue. 1
offer mv services to the public nftor n
thorough hospital course and ten years
active practice during which I have
Riven Bpeclal attention to obstoterles and
diseases of women and children.
Calls will be promptly answered day or
nlffhl' X. EDWIN BAIRD, M. D?
nolO-at* 103 W. Drainbleton avenue-.
ADMIRAL DE WEY
-has captured the heart of I.'ncle
-Sam. our laundry work has cap
-tured the hearts of fastidious
-dressers. If you're particular we
-can please you.
II. NIX BOB EE,
BOTH PHONES &5".
EVERYTHING TO EAT
272 MAIN STREET.
C. E. JENKIMS
Will Offer on Monday
A Choice Lot ol Handsome Black Dress
Goods at Y.-.y Low Prices.
Also Rroadcloth, In colors and black, at
very much reduced prices.
Cull and sec our now mixed Su'.tlng,
Knit Jackets, Eiderdown Sacques, Chil?
dren's Hand-knit Sacques, Knit Skirls.
I have u stock of Remnants of Cloak
Sonic bargain* will be offered in Turk?
Como ?n<l see our new Glmpy, Jot,
Jewel. Steel and Pearl Trimmings.
1 have opened a beautiful stock of
Gents' nnd Ladles' Mocha Glovtis, of the
Jf you pr.'co our Umbrellas you will
certainly buy one. They are cholco and
C. E. JENKBNS.
Southern Bell Thone. 103?._
extensive and carefully selected, is now
NO TAU LE E S'OItAV I NGS.
PICTURES of high artistic merit. In
Vs'::li'.- Color, Pastel, Carbon and l'lat'.
FRAMES In endless variety, from
Drillty Kreuch Brass to Sombre Holland
MIRRORS for all uses, mounted to wult.
Novelties In UHIC-A-BRAC. VASES,
STATIONERY?The latest idt>as In color
\\"p have made ready early and advise
selection lit ouco while stock Is complete.
LOUGHRAN 0 PRIEUR
171 CHURCH STREET, NEAR MAIN.
LATEST STYLE HUTS!
SOFT AND STIFF.
Golf Hats, Crush Hats.
Furs, Choice and New.
Youman's Celebrated Hats.
Sydney Sherwood & Co
325 Main Street, Norfolk, Va.
SPECIAL SALE 1
Finest Stock in the City. \^
All New and Latest Styles.
\ Save Money by buying
WALTER J, SIMMONS & CO.
Hatters and Furriers.
LOWEST PRICES. ^Jj
Advanced or beginners. Highest en?
dorsements from Win. H. Sherwood, Knill
Liebling and several prominent colleges,
322 FREEMASON STREET,
MRS. CLARA BROOKS-COBB,
noScod-31' rinnlst at "The Montlcello."
i ne World's Famous and Greatest
Independent Slate Writer.
MEDIUM ^^^^ Palmist
He has read the palms of all the crowned heads of Eu?
rope, and has in his possession photographs and casts of their
hands, namely: Queen Victoria, Empress Wilhelm, ex-Presi?
dent Faure of Fiance; Sultan of Turkey, Prince and Princess
of Wales, Bismarck, Gladstone, etc. He has .also read the
palms of Grover Cleveland, Mrs. Cleveland, President Mc?
Kinley, Ingersoll and many other noted men and women
famous in literature, science and art.
Is the only clairvoyant and palmist over having boon accorded receptlon3 by tha
European sovereigns, to whose courts he lies been Invited. He has successfully
penetrated the secrets of the Moharchs, Princes. Diplomats, Statesmen and tha
most distinguished In the sclentllic and philosophic world.
While in si Trainee
Will tell your full name.
Tells what you called for.
Tells anything you want to know.
SPECIAL TERMS FOR SEVEN DAYS.
Posnively no equal on earth in his profession
r.V REQUEST HE GIVES F?LL NAMES OF YOUR RELATIVES,
friends, enemies, or any one you may desire. The number of brothers and sisters
or children you have and their full names; also your mother's maiden name. Even
forgotten names revealed.
Teils you how to be successful In business, law, love, marriage and everything. .
AHE YOU IN TROUBLE OK ANY KIND,
discontented unhappy, or not satisfied In life, or hnvo you any domestic or past
troubles that annoy you? But ho matter what your troubles may bo you will bo
told of it and receive the proper advice.
HOW TO OVERCOME ALL TROUBLES.
Your past, your present life and your entire future and everything can be told
by consulting Prof. J. Itccde, the, World Eminent Trance Clairvoyant and Seien
title Palmist, who Is the greatest mister of occult science and psychic forces the
world has ever
I IIS PREDICTIONS ARE ALWAYS CORRECT AND NEVER FAIL TO COMB
as many people in this city and elsowhero will testify.
SATISFACTION GIVEN OR NO FEE ACCEPTED.
Positively guaranteed success when ALL OTHERS fall.
CONCERNING BUSINESS AFFAIRS.
Gives never-failing Information regarding all kinds of business, lawsuits, claims,
collections Investments, speculation, mining changes, wills, pensions. Insurance,
deeds, mortgages, patents, inventions and all financial dllllcultles.
LOVE, COURTSHIP AND MARRIAGE.
Gives truthful revelations In all love affairs, troubles, marriages, family dlfflcul
llen and divorce; reunites the separated, settles lovers' quarrels, gives names of
the one you will marry and title of marriage, how to win the man or wamon you
love, restores lest affection, etc.
HOW TO CONTROL AND FASCINATE ANY ONE YOU KNOW. LOVE OR
_ j_ADMIRE_ _
Docs everything seem to f:o wrong and has fortune never smiled on you? Has
your lifo been full of "tips and downs?" Do not despair, as you can yet learn the
"true road to success and happiness, for both await you If you only knew HOW,
WHEN nml WHERE to lind them, which will be revealed to you. You will also
be told HOW TO HAVE YOUR WANTS AND WISHES SATISFIED.
HOW TO OBTAIN YOUR OBJECT IN LIFE. OR YOUR HEART'S DESIRE.
How to live happy and contented the rest of your life and be fortunate How to
obtain the money you want and what you arc host adapted for. Tells what you
have done, what you nre doing now and what you are going to do. All told with?
out askinc a slifglo question. Locates lost property and without cost.
FEE: 50c. and SI for Readings.
English, German, and French spoken. Mrs. Reede in at?
tendance. . -
Hour-dally and Sunday?0 a. m. to 1 p. m.; 2 p. m. to 9 p. m.
PARLORS 96 BA5V1& STREET.
BETWEEN CITY HALL AVENUE AND WA3S85CTON STREET.
P. S.?Bo sure to remember namo and number. ts*