THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES 2, 3, 5, 6 & 9
_ ?? LOST._l_
Ifi.OST^WEIWESD'AJy MORNING, BE
j twecn Norfolk National Bank and
i vsiofflco. old gold Fob, containing two
in ulatures. .Reward If returned to 135
York street. it
WANTTOfD?A COLORED WAITER.
Apply 410 E. Main street._It*
AFEW GOOD LADY AGENTS OR
canvassers wanted lit once Apply
by postal to FREY, 412V. E. Mala street.
WANTED?AS PARTNER. YOUNG
man with capital of $200, who Is
willing to travel South; $100 to $150 clear
profit weekly In good business. Address
G. P.. this office._? no:0-3C
WANTED ? EXPERIENCED If AT
and Fur SalesmahT GILMER'S,
301 Main street. ii22S-3t
WANTED?A* FOREMAN WHO UN
dcrslands handling of a large force
of hands and Is not afraid of work. Ad?
dress, with reference, P. O. Box 242.
a.bly In wholesale or hardware house
by young man of experience willing lo
work. Address "K.," Wils office. no25-tf
FOR SA LE^_
FOR SALE?THE GOOD WILL AND
fixtures of an old established well lo?
cated Restaurant, doing a good paying
business; will bear Investigation; satis?
factory reasons for selling. Address A.
B. C, care Vlrgin'ian-Pilot. nooO-St*
OLD ANTIQUE FURNITURE FOR
SALE?All of tho Household and
Kitchen Furniture belonging to the late
Samuel and Mary E. Marsch will bo sold
at private eala from their late residence,
No. 676 East Mb in street. There uro very
many handsome plecco of old antique fur?
niture, consisting of Rosewood. Mahogany
and Walnut to bo disposed or, and there
are many bargains, and it will be well for
those who are looking for antique and
other household goods to call early before
It is picked over. Everything must be 6old
this week and removed at once, as the
promises must bo vacated. Sale begins
Tuesday, November 2Sth, from.the above
FOR SALE?VERY CHEAP, ONE TOP
Buggy and harness; will sell for $30
cash; good reason for selling. Apply 3'j5
FOR SALE ? ONE THREE-STORY
building; on 23d street. Newport News,
near Washington avenue. comprising
?tore 22xC4 feot and eight dwelling rooms
above. For terms apply JOHN KOYATT,
over 217 Main street, Norfolk, Va. Beth
'phones 893. noS-lra
FOR SALE ? RESTAURANT WITH
fine trade; lodging rooms well
furnished; all occupied; day and night
house. Terms easy. Apply 425 Church
t_?*>pr GOOD SQUARE PIANO, ROSK
?5)00 wood case, splendid condition,
only $35. STBIFF WABEROOMS, Mon
Uoollo, Granby street. no2S-3t
DR. HARM AN, lite
\only exclusive Opti
Jclan.^ Eyes examined
"free. A large stock of
? Artificial Eyes.
858 MAIN STREET.
C>?rf\ UPRIGHT PIANO?$50; 7 OC
irjlilv/ lave walnut case, good condi?
tion. STIEFF'S WAREROOMS, Montl
collo, Granby street. no2S-3t
PIANO TUNING.?WE WISH TO
call the attention of the public to the
fact* that we have with us one of our
tuners direct from factory, therefore
guarantee nil tuning and repairing.
CHAS. M. STIEFF. Granby street, under
Montlcollo Hotel. Norfolk, Va. Both
?phones 1109. no22-tr
THE METROPOLITAN LOAN OF
flce will begin to sell all expired
pledges at public auction at BENNETT'S
AUCTION HOUSE, 3M) Main street, at
7:30 p. m. nolS-ltn
BUREAU FOR EMPLOYMENT AND
LABOR furnishes 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. IREDELL. President; J. B. HAN?
COCK. Secretary. Room 1G, over 5 and
10c. Store. Special Boom for ladles. Old
phone. 056; new phone. S10. no5
CIRCULAR LETTERS. ETC.. MIM
eographed by ERNEST STAPLES,
stenographer. 813 Citizens' Bank Build?
ing. New 'phone 410; old, 161. nol-tf
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED OUR
new funeral car and tnskei wagon,
both of tho latest des'gn, and persons
needing our services will do well lo call
on us and get prices. .1. L. MORRIS At
CO., 527 Church street. New 'phone 1165.
MflNIfV TO LOAN IN ANY
*?-w ?? ?-1 ?. amounts: no delny: eas?
iest terms. LEO JUDS?N, Academy of
Music building. no23-lnV
q?t>K f\f\f\ TO LEND ON TIIK
<ji_J*)h\S\Jk* Building and Loan As.
Boclatlon plan. W. 11. SARGE ANT, Jr.,
Room 31, Lowenberg Bldg. no3-tf
ON RICA I,
paymrnts. Lonns made promptly.
FRANK 11. GALE. :<10 Main street.
ti <>iimi>|ioi<i 1'n in (i it re mi,i n it, n?<.
Mortgages and other securities: liberal
udvances on salaries, rents, annuities, es?
tates and permanent Incomes. Interview*
strictly private and all transactions rig?
idly confidential. NORFOLE MORT?
GAGE LOAN COMPANY. W. II. II;.f
heimcr, new No. 35S Main street, Moritz
OIllco Bullding. Kulte 5. 6 and 7.
BUREAU FOR EMPLOYMENT AND
LAIJOI: is ineorpjrated and is com?
posed of leading; wholesale merchants of!
Norfolk. Business men Wanting help sup?
plied FREE OF C! IA ROE, character and
capacity thoroughly Investigated. None
but worthy help recommended, j. it
HANCOCK. Secretary: c. J. IREDELL I
president. Old phone, 936; new photic, S10
Room 16, over :"> and 10c. Store. Special
Room for ladies._ no,-,
HUDSON'S ENGLISH KITCHEN. _
Tho old reliable?the p'oneer of the
restaurant business In Norfolk; only the
best the market affords at very reason?
able prices. I'iiiing room for ladies and
gentlemen. 374 Main street. Established
Klnclin Kllll IIoimI?.
MOTTU. de WITT & CO.. 31 Oranby at
Stocks and bonds.
IAIJ1SS NEEDING TREATMENT
J for' Irregularities, Lrucorrhoca or
any other Ovarian Troubles consult DR
JACKSON. 112 VV. Mulberry ?ireel Bal?
timore. Md. Private sunllarlura; trained
?XT'1 <'? POLK, ?> D Y El NO. CLBANINO
J-N und Repairing Co.?Lndlci' Bulls
cleaned; G?n's' Suits Dyed. 12 00. cleaned
ale'. |'i"ssec). 75c. pants presse! |0e. car?
pel? - -ipeclnlty. HI Main. New l'liono 201.
'VillsMa ncrionibt a m'robjhleAl nrfaVflntlvo mum
Irtns i irlptothn Purls Ksposlilon, wtiii j<(0u
? ' >-.:.,! exn-n?'? paid. n'inii'.l v'1'",.,
Hl? PATENT RECORD' ? ="l'!ioni. Mil
? nniKHx Chlchoater's English Pennyroyal Pill*.
State Convention of International
Association in Norfolk Today.
Will Conveno In foilIml Labor II -II
III Nixiii lu OrtrillKZO IMstrli 1 l.tldge
hihi .Select n linsih?hn A?1*111 niitl
Mimo Organizer Open meeting
i o?ll I g Ii t .
The State Convention of the Inter?
national Association of Machinists will
convene 'in Central Labor Union Hall,
corner City Hall avenue and Hunk
street, at 12 in. to-day. Delegates will
be in attendance from Portsmouth.
Newport News, Richmond, Dynchburg,
Ronnoke, Salem, Alexandria, Clifton
Forge, Kadford, Crowe, Cape Charles
and, perhaps, other points.
The convention was called for the
purpose of organizing district lodges,
such as are ' in onerulion in Eastern,
Northern and Western States, and the
selection and placing in the Held of a
business agent and State organizer.
STRENGTH OF THE ORDER.
There are in Virginia 1.200 machinists
who nre members In good standing of
the International Association, and it
has been determined to strengthen the
organization on lines that have made
it a power north of Mason and Dlxon's
lino. The employment of a business
agent and State organizer Is in persu
ance of this plan.
Mr. D. J. Reardon is district organ?
izer for Virginia and North Carolina.
AN OPEN MEETING.
The State association will hold a
meeting with Norfolk Lodge No. 11 at
7:110 to-night, at which addresses will
be delivered by several delegates, ex?
planatory of the work of the organi?
Norfolk Dodg*e will tender the visit?
ing delegates a smoker at the same
time and place.
All the machinists or this city and
section are cordially invited to the
A BEAUTIFUL MARRIACE.
NORFOLK BUSINESS MAN WINS
A special telegram last night from
the Virginian-Pilot's Oxford, N. C, cor?
This evening at 1:20 o'clock a beau?
tiful marriage was ?solemnized at the
Methodist Church, Which was elabo
ralely decorated with palms, ferns and
cut flowers. The contracting parlies
were Mr, Samuel Baker Marklcy und
Mls? Emma Gooch, only daughter of
Mr. S. J. Gooch. The impressive cere?
mony was performed by Rev. M. H.
Tutt'le. The ushers, Messrs. S. W. Mi?
nor, W. B. Currln, A. W. Hobgood, and
F. B. Black, entered the church and
took their places nevir the altar, to the
strains of Lohengrin's wedding march,
rendered by Mrs. II. O. Furmnn. Then
came the bride with her maid of honor,
Miss Mary Currin. and were met at the
chancel by the groom and his best man,
Mr. 1.0. T. GoocJh, of Greensboro.
The bride, a most beautiful and
cbatming young lady, Who had a host
of friends, was attired in a handsome
castor tailor-made suit, with gloves and
hat to match. The groom, a native ot
Altooha, Pa., has been engaged in the
lumber business in Norfolk for some
They received a large number of
handsome presents consisting chiefly of
silver and cut glass.
Mr. and Mrs. Markley, loft on the
noon train for Norfolk, their future
The volume of business at Hotel
Chamberlin, Old Point, is very satis?
factory, the list of Sunday arrivals be?
ing particularly large. Among the
prominent guests who have been there
for the punt few days are the follow?
ing: lion. James K. McGuIre, Mayor
of Syracuse, N. Y., who has Just spent
a week there with his wife; lion. II.
il. Render, Mayor-elect or Albany, N.
V.. and Judge Blessing, of 'the same
city; Mr. David McMann, Richard
Crokcr's right band man. and Judge
Gorman, of Now York, with their fami?
lies, and Mr. Robort H. Snyres, Presi?
dent of tlie Bethlehem Iron Works,
Bethlehem. Pa., and family. These
guests spent from one to two weeks at
A Dollar Reception.
The Norfolk Woman's Christian Tem?
perance Union has decided to hold "A
Dollar Reeentlon" on the evening of
December 12. Fach member Is expected
to attend and donate a dollar to the
cause, together witli an account of
how she earned It. Mrs. It. ir. Jones.
No. 216 Grnnby street, has kindly
donated the use of her house for the
entertainment, which will no doubl be
lurgely attended und weil patronized.
Slnps to-night at c:nntvillo.
Mr. William Crowell lefl last night
fur Eastvllle, where he will sing to?
night a I a Thanksgiving church enter
to mnent at the Opern House. He will
sing several new comic songs. The
bouse promises to bo a large one, as
the advance salt; of scats has been
_ FOR RENT._
TjlOR RENT?NICE NEW HOUSE;
I parlor, dining room, kitchen, pantry
.'i.'d two p?rehes on first floor: Ihrco large
lull rooms, hall room, largo hath room
and back poiclu on second floor; hot
water; LatrObe and electric bolla on both
Honrs, Address HOUSE, 3(1 Bank street,
or 2m; Main street. no.l0-3t
PLEASANT NEATLY Ft 'rn1S |Te I
rooms, 241 Church street, opposite
St. Paul's Church. no22-lm*
0 OA 11D, "wiTH EVERY ?ONVBN
1 > lence: bath, hot and cold, at rj;
i ri epiason, within one bloik of car; terms
Boarder's'.?large well venti
latcd rooms at the Old Dominion
House, 70 Cumberland street. noli-lm*
ril HB HOMi<T-HV 10ItYTill NO N KW
X and clean, table board J3.00-. hoard
?nd room $1.00 por noek. 421 and i'it
Church etroot. p
OPENING OF TAZBWEDLn FROM
UOUSH TO CJIiAKBY;
The work of opening Tazewell street,
from Housh to Granby streets, is well
under way. The trees ion the line of
the street through the old Tazewell
property have been dug up and the
grading is now in progress. This end
of the street will be\forty feet wide,
but the street proper will be only
twenty feet, the same as the block be?
tween Duke and Bousli streets. The
sidewalks of this block are only live
feet, however, while those of the new
block will be ten feet- The street will
bs paved with granite block.
It will not be necessary to teur away
the old Tazewell mansion or any por?
tion of it. This will set back a few
feet from the northern edy,e of the
street, However, as this portion of the
city is p.aimed to be covered with bttsi
liess houses, it is likely that the hii>
toric old mansion will be lorn down
before a great while. The square
bounded by Brooke avenue, Boush
Ta/.ewell and Granny streets is the
property of the Chesapeake and Ohio
Railroad Company principally, and It is
said that It will be laid *ff in business
lats as soon as Tazewell street is open?
ed. The new theatre, which It is said
.Mr. Thomas G. Lentil, of Richmond,
will soon construct here, will; it Is ex?
pected, be on Tazewell street, a short
distance west of Gran by.
Tazewell street will also be extended
from Duke street to Dunmore street.
A great deal of tilling up will have to
be done between these streets and a
bridge will he constructed over a por?
tion of the distance.
Courtney street, wnicb connects
Granby street with Tripoli street near
the lower end of the City Market build?
ing Is practically an extension of the
new Tazewell street. This street tit
present hardly deserves-to be classed
above'a lane, but it will. It Is said, be
widened when the vacant space north
of the Montiecllo laundry is Improved,
which will not bo long, judging rrom
the activity in this immediate section
of the city.
PAVING DUKE STREET.
The Whrren-Scharf nsrhnlt people
have begun the work of paving Duke
si root, from Freemason street to Col?
lege Place, with asphalt. The old
idhiiie stone pavement Is being used
its a foundation for the asphalt.
ACROSS THE ROADS.
CHECK FLASHER TAKEN TO NEW?
Constable Shield, of Newport News,
arrived in Norfolk alone yesterday
morning, but when he returned he was
accompanied by T. D. Somerwell.
who Is wanted across the Roads to
answer the same charge he was ar?
rested hero for.
From (he oflicer it was learned that
the Newport News police authorities
believe they have strong evidence
against Somerwell. Mrs. Flemm
charges him with beating a board bill.
J. J. Jackson charges that be forged
two drafts and secured money on them.
There is also another warrant against
him for check flashing. It Is said.
J. P. Ash, of Gloucester Point, Is also
anxious to secure Somerwoll's con?
viction. He was at Newport News sev?
eral days ago, having learned that the
man had been apprehended, and asked
the police to notify him when the pris?
oner was tried. He says that be had
shipped merchandise to the firm of
Swain & Somerwell and that be had
received nothing but worthless checks
for it. Ho claims that he was "done"
for about S-50.
It is understood that Somerwell ex?
plains the alleged check flashing trans?
action in this way: A friend In Salem,
Va., promised him some money and
said that he would deposit it In a
Salem bank to his credit on a certain
day. After that day Somerwell says he
drew checks on the bank covering the
amount and there was no money there
to meet them, as bis friend had neg?
lected to make the deposit.
ARRIVAL OF PASTOR.
REV. R. K. BENNETT IN RICH?
Yesterday's Richmond Dispatch 6ays:
Rev. R. H. Bennett, the newly-ap?
pointed pafilor of St. Jamo3 Methodist
Church, Twenty-ninth and Marshall
streets, has arrived in the city. He will
enter upon his duties at once.
A public reception will be given Mr.
Bennett at the church to-night, afford?
ing the congregation an opportunity ot
becoming acquainted with their pastor.
The membership is greatly pleased at
the appointment, and arc looking for?
ward to a great work at St. James.
Death of Captain Rtimrill.
Captain .1. I-:. Rumrill, who has been
connected with Ihe Virginia Pilot Asso?
ciation for tight years, departed this
life at his hoarding bouse. No. 10S
Charlotte street, at 11 o'clock yesterday
morning. The deceased was 37 years o(
age and a native of this city. The fu?
neral will be held from Cumberland
Street M, E. Church at 3:30 o'clock to?
First Grand Ball.
Columbia Lodge, No. 44, I. O. O. F.,
will to-night give the first of a series
of pleasant balls at Masonic Temple.
The committee in charge has made
every effort to have til! arrangemenlfi
in perfect shape, and this opening hall
will no doubt be a very pleasant affair.
Dancing will begin at S:30 o'clock.
? o C(W t. ? UWI 1*1' K I \ TWO i? - Y*
Take Lnxntlve Bromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund the money If it fails
to cure. E. W. drove's signature Is on
each box. I5c.
Oxford herring-bone suitings; a
pleasure to show our largo variety.
RUDOLPHI & WALLACE,
333 Main street.
Chrilmas Is near at hand nnd we
have been mindful of It, nnd ns a re?
sult are more prepared to show one
of the bent-selected stocks of diamonds,
watches, jewelry und silverware to be
found in the city. Our prices have
been marked down to ensure ready
sales. Vo.u arc corddlnlly invited to
Inspect our goods before purchasing
els esv here.
THE GALE JEWELRY CO.
-. N?-w t'miet in:. ? oa- ( ?iiiltiiHitmeMi
has been opened by Thomas Scott's
Sons & Co., at No. 36 Charlotte street.
Funeral oners will receive prompt at?
tention day or night. Mr. George .1.
McDormott, manager. Southern Bell
'phone No. 897. ocl5-tf
Virginia League Magnates to Meet
in Richmond today.
01 foi U Ii in! I'oriwIltUMtll Will lt<> Hep.
I'fXCIIIOll lly I'opttlltl- Hiui;nrr,
.Com pita v<l itt I'.mr club ,
but Mny I to Kitlnrv?! to Blglil. -
Captains Harvey Cunningham and
John T. Brady, of thu Norfolk and
Portsmouth baseball tp.anis, respective?
ly, will go to Richmond to-day to at?
tend a meeting of the members of the
Virginia Ba.cb.ill League, to be held at
Hotel Jefferson at 12 m. While these
popular baseball magnates wllf not
have the pleasure of eating their
Thanksgiving turkey at home, they will
no doubt derive genuine pleasure from
their efforts to provide the people of
the Cities by the Sea with ilie popular
American sport the ensuing season.
Norfolk and Portsmouth ate hungry
for baseball, and if .Messrs. Cunning?
ham and Brady succeed in their effort*
to get up a strong State League, both
they and admirers generally uf the
game will have much to be thankful
for, and the former at least will be will?
ing, it Is not doubled, to allow others
lo eat turkey to-day.
OTHER CLUBS DESIRED.
The Virginia Baseball League now
constitutes but four clubs?that is, only
four eities have paid their money lo
the treasurer and are really "In it."
These are Norfolk, Portsmouth, New?
port News and Richmond. Hampton
was admitted at the last meeting, and
Mr. Ddnatl, of Richmond, was given the
franchise, but the money has not been
paid In yet. Petersburg la the sixth
city on the circuit, but the league has
not yet admitted it. and action on this
matter will be taken to-day.
EIGHT-CLUB LEAGUE PROPOSED.
There has been some talk of admit?
ting Danville and Koanokc, making an
eight-club league, but it is not believed
that this will bo done, in fact. If the
league should net favorably on this the
original object of effecting an organiza?
tion to give the people i>f this section
good baseball in 1000 will be disregard?
ed. It was the original Intention of
the promoters to organize a league that
would embrace cities adjacent to each
other. In this way saving considerable
traveling expenses. The section which
tho league proposes to cover Is the most
thickly populated in the State, nnd the
magnates believe that It will work lo
their disadvantage to take in such out
of-the-way places as Roanoke and Dan?
ELKS' OYSTER ROAST.
NORFOLK'S ANTLERKD BROTHER?
HOOD TO-DAY AT OCEAN
Norfolk Lodge of Elks, No. 3S, will
spend to-day at Ocean View, where
the members will enjoy a big oyster
roast and celebrate the fifteenth anni?
versary of the institution of the order
Aside from the parade in Norfolk,
there will be no set program. The
Elks will assemble at the lodge room.
Academy of Music building, at 10:30
a. ni. There they will form In line
and, headed by the Seaboard Air Dine
Band, march to llank streot, thence
to City Hall avenue, thence to Granby,
street, thence to Main, thence lo
Church nnd Church along Henry street
to the Ocean View depot.
There they will take the 11 a, in.
train for Ocean View. The oyster
roast will be on until ? p. m. During
the day there will be songs, music, off?
hand addresses by the members ns
they arc called upon, and fun and u
general jolly, good time. At 5 o'clock
the Elks will take the train for Nor?
fork. On their return they will march
to their lodgo room and there dis?
WILL TAKE PART TN BERKLEY
The members of the Jr. O. U. A. M.,
of Norfolk, will to-day participate In a
public Hag-raising at Berkley. Ports?
mouth Council will also attend. The af?
fair is under the auspices of Berkley
Council, Jr. O. U. A. M. The flag will
be raised at the Berkley public school.
The parade will begin at 1 p. m. a.nd
start from the Berkley ferry wharf, on
the arrival of the Norfolk and Ports?
This afternoon at League Park, the
Celumbia, colored, football team will
meet Wayland Seminary In a game of
football. Columbia is strong this year,
and will present the following line-up:
A. Harrison, L. lt. B.; J. Harrison, It.
H. B.; C .Harrison, Q. B.; K. Harrison
or W. Harrison. R. E.; A. Banks, R. T.;
J. Banks or Cralg, L. TV; Clark or II.
Hill, R. G.; Jackson, L. G.; Carter, F.
B. ; Stevens, Center; Goude or Wash?
ington, L. E.
In Royal Arcanum Circles.
Colonel Harry Kemp returned yes?
terday from Newport News. He spent
Sunday wit'h his family at Richmond.
Monday he was at Cape Charles, where
he secured several applications for the
local council of the Royal Arcanum
there. He will again get to work In
earnest in Norfolk.
< a I> ? ?'! In?
Cures La Grippe, Pains, Nervous Tlead
ncho. Neuralgia, etc. Guaranteed. 15e.
and 2^c. a bottle.,,
West-of-En gland-finished worsteds
for full dress suits, shown by the lead?
RUDOLPHI & WALLACE.
333 Main street.
Ar?- Yoii (l?l??tl to tiny ?
Any Furtnlture. Mattings, Carpets,
Rugs, Stoves, and the like? If so,- you
make no mistake in calling on William?
son & Sykes, f>C3 and 505 Church, before
purchasing. Get their prices and terms.
All In sight of monument. "Newest
Discovery" extracts teeth painlessly.
N. Y. Dental Rooms. Ennes only, 321
Main street, corner Talbot,
JOSEPH HERMAN STRICKEN ON
Joseph Herman, an engineer at the
Standard Oil Works in Huntersville,
fell in an- insensible condition at the
corner of Goff' and Church streets
about 7:10 a.. m. yesterday. Early la
the morning be went to Hie utables of
the works to look after the feeding of
his horses and later returned to his
home, corner of Princess Anne road and
Church street, for breakfast, and wait
going back to work at the time of the
fatal occurrence. He was seen to fall
on the street by three colored men, who
run to his assistance. Finding him still
alive they conveyed him to Dr. Baxter's
ollice, "but before the latter could ren?
der assistance the stricken man breath?
ed his last. Herman had never lnll
mnted to his family that be was in ill
health, and his death was a great shock
to his household. +
The deceased was 55 years of age, and
had been employed by the Standard Oil
Company for 20 years in the capacity
of engineer and general laborer. He
leaves a widow and four children.
Justice Hawks viewed the body, nnd
on the evidence of the three colored
men deemed an Inquest unnecessary.
The body was turned over i<> Under?
taker Smith for burial to-day.
Rlci Poultry Rocoipts.
The Virglnlnh-Pllot sometime ago
noted the establishment of a poultry
packing house in tills city, in connec?
tion with the Fuarsteln plant. The
business of the new concern has grown
rapidly and has already assumed large
proportions. In one shipment this week
the packing house received twelve hun?
dred lino turkeys from Southwest Vir?
ginia, especially for the Thanksgiving
trade. The live turkey room now con?
tains several hundred line specimens:
The receipts of live chickens have als.i
been heavy, and are all taken by the
growing demand. The plant is a very
interesting place to nil Interested in the
Mr. John 3. Prlnco Tend.
The friends of Mr. John S. Prlnc
were deeply rained to learn of his
death last night. It had been known
for several days that he was extreme?
ly ill. and yesterday I: was given out
that his condition wan critical: ,11"
passed away at 10:10 o'clock. His death |
was due In acute gastritis.
Mr. Prince was .10 years old and is
survived by a wife, live children and]
three brothers, Messrs. Jnmes F.. Jo?
seph nnd Captain M. li. Prince, .nil of |
The funeral arrangements will bo an?
nounced this afternoon.
The Norfolk Painters' Union held a
raffle last night at Bricklayers' Hal!,
Main street, between S::',0 and 9 o'clock.
The articles rallied were a suit of
clothes, valued at $20; tin overcoat,
valued at $15: 15 worth of underwear.|
one hat, worth J3, nnd nil' umbrella,
The drawing of numbers was done by
Mr. M. W. Broughton. Jr. The prizes
were drawn respectively In lb" order
stated above by <;. \V. Smith (No. 20'.-j)
George Rock (No. 40). George Armistcnd
(No. 52%), Mr. Quinn (No. 12), W. A.
Connor (No. 70 Vi).
The Southern Bell T, 1,01110110 nnd
Telegraph Company nnnnun s that on
and after Decccmlicr 1, 1899, a night rate
will take effrct on Its toll linos, be?
tween the hours of il p. m, mid H a.m.,
which right i?;e will he approximately
one-half of the day rotte.
JOHN J. GIBSON,
A look through our lino of suitings
will post you on what to wear. You
know how we make and lit our gar?
RUDOLPHI & WAT.T.ACR,
3.13 Main street.
OTHER LOCAL ON PAGE 3.
There will he no freight handled by tl
Norfolk und Ocean View Railway 0
THANKSGlVINO DAY. ?
11. E. SAVAGES,
It _ Freight Agent.
Atlantic Coast Line
(Norfolk and Carolina Railroad Co.)
No Freights will be received by this
Company on THURSDAY, November 30,
(Thanksgiving Day), but warehouses will
Ik- open for delivery of Perishable Freight
only, from 8 a. tn, until noon.
JAS, F. MAU IM N.
no2;l-2t General Forwarding Agent.
The Virginia and Carolina
LT Ml TED,
OF NORFOLK COUNTY,
ore prepared to barge all kinds of goods
in tho harbor or between river, bay and
sound points In Virginia and North Car?
Steam, Derrick and Deck Barges
Goods stored on wharf on Norfolk and
Portsmouth RoR Lino Railroad, from
Which point shipments can_ be niado via
all railroads at lowest rates.
Southern States Telephones Nos. lfi:
You wish for Christmas? Campbell ha
cut his prices way down this year, with
all his other work. He doei not wish to
carry any card mounts or frames with
him to his new studio. See him before
placing your order.
Bs 8. CAMPBELL,
SI0-SR MAIN STREET.
After January 1st over Vlckery's book
FIRST GRAND BALL!'
WILL BE GIVEN BY
Columbia Lodge No. 44, i. 0. 0. f.
; ?/?? ? " ,.]?'
AT THE MASONIC TEMPLE
TO-NIGHT, NOV. 30TH.
Dancing1 commences at 8:30 p. ro.
TICKETS?Lady and Gentleman. SOo.
FENTRESS & DRURV?
Fresco; Decorative and Flein Painters,
NO. 31 BANK STREET.
Fresh from Paris we've alighted,
Every customer's delighted, -
Nobby patterns such we bring
Tint sets the town to wondering}
Fi oy a I Frescos, brightVall-papcr,
Everything to match each caper.
Sure 31 bank Street you'll lind
Stop and feast your eyes
Decorative work we do,
ememlvr, wc arc artists true,
UP lo date you'll find we be,
F(?>iit side of bank, just call and see
JAS. W. GILMER'S
_304 MAIN ST.
TURKEYS! TURKEYS I
Attention, Groceis and Dealers.
\Vo will liive several thousand fine
flinch Valley Turkeys for Thanksgiving
killed and dressed to order.
FEUERSTEIN & CO.
FOOT OF COMMERCE STREET.
LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S FURS.
SPECIAL SALE. PRICES LOW.
Hsimtsomo Silk Umbrellas for Xmss
presents, Newest Styles and Colors. Fur
'fails and Fur Trimm'.ngs.
Sydney Sherwood & Co
325 Main Street, Norfolk, Va?
AGENTS YOUMAN'8 HATS.
LET US SELL YOU
NO ONE CAN UNDERSELL US.
WE GUARANTEE OUR FURS.
WALTER J, SIMMONS & GO.
Hatters and Furriers.
PROF. JNO. HEEDE,
THE OCCULT WONDER.
Tells your full name, mother's maiden
name niul anything you want to know.
UK GIVES ADV ICH ON BUSINESS,
SPECULATION, INVESTMENT, Insur?
ance, changes, travels, health, sickness,
love divorce, MAIlUlAGE. LAWSUITS,
separations WILLS, deeds, mortgages,
patents CLAIMS, collections. &c. He will
tell you what trade, business or profes?
sion vou are adapted for.
LOVE COURTSHIP AND MARRIAGE.
O'ves truthful revelations on all < lovs
affalts troubles, murrlages, and by proper
advice restores lost affection, reunites tha
separated, settle levers' quarrels, tells
von WHEN AND WHOM VOU WILL
MARRY and how to WIN the man or
woman you love, and how to make your
Husband or wife bo true to you, and how
to overpower ail your enemies; gives full
secret how to control and charm any on.
von Inc.- or meet
HE NEVER FAILS TO GIVE PERFECT
You are told how to Avoid weakness,
warned against all treacherous friends.
Locates buried treasures, mines, old
estates, lost fr ends. ,v ?.
Fee, EOc. and Jl. Satisfaction guaranteed
or no fee accepted, rail on him nt once.
Hours, 0 a, in. to 1 p. m.; 2 to 9 p. m.,
OFFICE, 96 BANK ST.
Bet. City Hall Ave. and Washington St.
National Building Association,
OF BALTIMORE CITY.
Gentrai' Oftice, Uli Columbia Building.
MONEY TO LOAN. NO DELAYS.
EASY TERMS CONVENIENT MONTH?
LY PAYMENTS. Having established a
Ktneral oflice 'n this city wo nre now
prepared to consider applications for
loans on real estate in any amounts.
M. McD. prichard.
D. J. TURNER. Agent. noU-ta?
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