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All transient ail vertigo raent? in.
? *HoJ In tlieia columns must be pttlu
for In ?dvniici-.
Unto, one cent per vrord each hi
?ertlon, uilnliuutn, 35 cent*.
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_WANTED.
WANTED. ? AN ATA, AROUND
mnn tn a dry goods store. Must
Juivn good experience. Address DE
X'AHTMBNTS. euro Vlrglnlan-Pllot_lt?
1WANT A PLACE AS COOK OR
Jiouso girl; can do any kind of bouse
work. 160 st. PAUL BT., down stairs.
It*_
WANTED.?AN EXPERT MALE
stenographer. Apply KOOM 304,
Columbia Building. _It
ANTED?? FIR""""t"*CLASS GIRI. TO
do cooking and bouse work, at
once. 20 OLNEY ROAD, GHENT. It
ANTED ?REGISTERED PI 1A RMA
clst desires a position at once.
Twenty years experience (wholesale and
retail.) Address D. ERMATOL, Vlr
glnlan-Pliot. _ It
ANTED.?ONE GOOD SEC< i N 11 -
hand skjff 20 or 30 feet long and six
men. Apply 140 PLUME ST., city, from
9 to 12 Monday, October 15th. it
ANTED.?TO"'PURCHASE A Si : -
onci-hand typewriter; must not bo
defective In the least. Address TYPE?
WRITER, caro Vlrglnlan-Pllot. ocH-2t
ANTED.-tSEVERAL THORl >UGH
ly competent house servants. Ap?
ply Immediately at 182 GRAN BT ST.
Ocl4-3t _
WANTED.?BY SOBER AND INDUS
trlous young man, position with
reliable firm with chance of advance?
ment; salary no object; several years'
?business experience; best references. Ad?
dress HENRY. _ocl4-3t*
T ADIES.?I MAKE BIG WAl:ES AT
1 i home, and want all to have the same
opportunity. Tho work is very pleasant
and will easily pay J1S weekly. Tins is
no deception. I want no money and will
gladly send full particulars to all send?
ing stamp. MRS. 11. A. WIGGINS,
Benton Harbor, ?lich. R'
ADY WITH SOME KN< IW 1 ?E I H IE
Of music to take orders for a music
elmpllflor; no money required; a good
tiling for the right natty. Address
MUSIC, care Vlrglnlan-Pllot. it
-\\T ANTED.?MEN S SECOND-HAND
TT clothing. Mail orders promptly at?
tended to. M. RA PA ER, iw Church St.,
Norfolk, Vn._ _??l4"3t\_
ANTED.-SALESM EN*" TO VISIT
tho manufacturing trade. ME?
CHANICS' SPECIALTY CO.. Cleveland,
Ohio._
ANTED" EVERYWHERE. ?HU8T
lers to tack signs, distribute circu?
lars, samples, etc.; no canvassing: good
pay. SUN ADVERT I SINU BUREAU
Chicago. _ R*
*V O?NO-MAN WHO UNDERSTA X 1 IS
X bookkeei>ing and has had experience
In office work. Including care of cash,
wnnts position. First-Class city refer?
ences given. Address "PROMPT." Vir?
ginian-Pilot. Office._oell-SC
ANTED.?THE GENTLEMEN TO
know that 1 have opened a first
class merchant tailoring establishment at
310 Granby street. tJlvc me a call. S
BROWN._ocl3-tf
WANTED.?THE LADIES TO KNOW
that I have opened a first-class
ladles' tailoring establishment ut 310
Granby street, corner Charlotte. Kit
guaranteed. S. BROWN._ocin-tf
ANTED.-A*""ROOD OOOK: WHITE
preferred, at 187 BREWER ST.
ocl3-3t?_
TJBr ANTED. ? GENTLEMAN" AND
TT wdfe desires board with unfurnish?
ed room; Brambloton preferred. Address,
stating terms, to P. F., care Virginian
Pilot_offlce. _ _OC13-3C
WANTED. ?SEVERAL HUNDRED
cedar posts, 8, 9, 10. 12, 1?, IK and 19
feet long. Correspond with UNION
STOCK. YARD CO.. Norfolk, _Va. ocl8-lw?
WANTETJ.?DISTILLERY WHO CAN
defy competition desires salesman
for Eastern Virginia and North Carolina.
Will offer inducements to a first-class
salesman for local or entire territory.
Address DISTILLERY, care Virginian
Pilot. _*_ocl2-lW
ANTED. ? RUPTURED PEO PRE
who will work a few hours for a
free cure. DR. SPEIRS, Box ?05, West
brook, Maine. se23-su-4t*
w
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EXPERIENCED MAN COOK,
with good references, can be found
at 48 UNION ST._ _ocl2-3t?
WANTED.?YOUNG LADY WANTS
board In private family; will give
reference; Brambloton or east of Church
street preferred. Slate terms in answe
Address JENNIE, tills office. sel2-3t*
ANTED.?MEDIUM SIZE* I RON
safo in good condition. Address,
mating lowest cash price, size and make,
"SAFE." care Virginian-Pilot. ocl2-3t?
?NTODi^? POSITION I! Y ?
young man willing to do most any?
thing. Can furnish references. Adtlress
WORK, this office._ocl2-3t
WANTED AT" ONCE.?TWO YOU M:
ladles to assist In MME. GATES'
HAIR PARLORS, 358 Main street. Apply
over C and 10c. Store. OCl2-3t*
"I v ELI VERY WAGON WANTED ?
Jl ' good second-hand for retail groeerv.
Address GROCERMAN, 15S Botctourt
street, city. ocll-3t?
RACTICAL YOI*NG~mXn"~1 n"TILE
manufacturing of ladles' skirls, also
controls a large trade through the
South, would like to get a partner
with copltul. Address L. KLEIN, Mur
phey's Hotel, Richmond, Vn. ocll-3t?
ANTED?A YOUNG MAN i7e~
tween 18 and 19 years of age, who
Is quick, can set type and has a knowl?
edge of job printing. Address Virginian
Pilot._oc9-tf
WANTED.?TO EXCHANGE ABOUT
fifty acres valuable beach frontage,
near Virginia Bench, for Norfolk real
estate. Address P. O. BOX Virginia
Urach, Vu. oi li-tf
ANTED. ? YOUNG MEN AND
young women to register for posi?
tions as clerks, stenographers, book
.Jteeiers, &c. We supply domestic labor,
cooks, housemaids, nurses and laborers.
BUREAU FOR EMPLOYMENT AND
LABOR, 358 Main stro t
WANTED?AT ONCE, FIFTY GIRLS
betwoen the ages 11 and 20. In the
Virginia Hosiery Mills at Lambert's
^Point; psld while learning; house rent
S5.00 and $7.00. sc?-tf,
ANTED?SEWING MAI IHN ES TO
repair: any make. New machines,
120 and up. J. W. BEASLEY. 3i;7i,-j
Church street, city. fe20-tf
HELP WANTED?FEM ALE.
M~^SiDLi'r^GED~"^?!?T^
resent established firm. Office man?
ager. Work can be conducted from one's
own home. Must be lntellig<nt and en?
ergetic. To right pnrty $1,000 yearlv
MGR. BRANCH OFFICE, Dept.
Star Building, Chicago. ocH-i I It
(C ORSETS, "skirts? bttstles" "rig
J profits. Samples free. Ludv ac nts
?wanted. J. E. WOOD ,t CO., 20:1 e Jef?
ferson St.. Syracuse, N. Y. It*
\/r* OMEN^O do "plain "skwin?
t> at home. ? $1.50 per day. Four
months work guaranteed. Work sent
prepaid. Send stamped addressed enve?
lope for particulars. R. W. BUTTON .v.
CO.. Philadelphia, Pa._ It
ANY" LADY CAN EASILY make
$18 to $25 weekly by representing us
In her locality, and as tho position is
both pleasant and profitable tin vear
round I will gludly send full particulars
to nli. Even your spare time is valuable
Mid If you renlly want to make i.., ?.
iddres*. with 2c. Stamp. mrs. mary E
.VHEELER. 87 Washington St., Chicago!
Ulnol:,._s^J" Hu-lc
V
I
BUSINES SijOPPORJTU NITIES
ANYONE WITH $200, WHO can
spare an hour one evening weekly
(to collect money), can make $1,200 yearly
for life; no risk or change of present
employment; no capvasslng or selling.
Send 4e. for particulars, samples. THE
PANORAMIC COIN CABINET CO., 233
Broadway. New York. It*
AU transient ?dvcrtUeuient? ln
?crtett In these column* mu*t bo patil
lor In udvnnco.
Itittc, oiio font i>or word each In
?ertlou, minimum! 2? cent*.
LOST,
OSTv ? MEDIUM SIZED gold
. -1 Watch; largo monogram on front
l ease W. 11, p.: on bach ease 1SS9; had
silk foli with charnt. Suitable reward If
lefl al VIRGINIAN-PILOT OFFICE. It
I
2(>
_STRAYED.
QTRAYED FROM MY PLACE LAST
ii Thursday, a fawn colored milch cow.
I'artv returning her will be suitably re?
warded, .1. ?.'. DICKINSON, No. 2 Elm
wood avenui, Norfolk, Va. It
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SPeCIAL NOTICES._
M'i.n::-, \< >-\'.\:\v. small LOANS,
one liuiuln d to live hundred f> per
cent. Offico No. 1, UALLENT1NE
BUILDING. _u?
MADAM SNKLL NEWMAN, JtE
notvned Clnlrvoyant, Business and
Test Medium, can be consulted at her
ofTlee on all life matters. Call and bo
convinced of her wonderful powers. Or?
tho and residence No. s>~, CHURCH ST.
oclo-lw*_
MADAM JONAN, BUSINESS CLAIR
voynnt, Is ready for business now
at 244 CHAPEL ST. All correspondence
strictly confidential. Call and bo con?
vinced of her powers. 0Cl2-lW*
Djt. .i. 11, ?vCrrett offers ::is
services to the public; practice
limited t" diseases of the Eye, Far, Nose
and Throat. Ofllco Tatewell Building;
Grariby Btreet, opposite Montlcollo Mo?
tel. Hours: it a. m. to 1 p. in., and 4 to
r, p. in. ocll-lm
FOOT CABINED LAUNCH TO
charter, with Captain to run en- \
gine; perfectly safe and reliable; speed
? Ight miles per hour: will carry i>; people.
For further particulars address CAPT.
CAMERON, cttrc Southern Star. Norfolk,
Vn. o< I'l-Jw*
13IAN? TUNING?CASE AND Ac?
tion work done by i'. R. MARBLE,
P. O. Pox I'd. Norfolk. V.i. sc25-lm* |
"?N'T use CHEAP GOODS WHEN
you can buy Slag Pnlltt, and ev< ry
gallon Is guaranteed. For sale by Mc
CARIUCK -V- LEWIS. BC21-lm .
oicNKItAl. PUII M C ACCQUNTANTS.
Ii. B. BOP pah & co., of Richmond,
offer their services for auditing and ac?
counting In all branches. All work
Btrlctly confidential. Unquestionable ref?
erences. NORFOLK OFFICE, ?ll Cltl-|
/.ens' Hank Building. P. O. Pox ?98,
Oc?-eodSSw*.
8PAG PAINT COSTS YOU ABOUT
one-third less than other paints and
every gallon Is guaranteed. For sale by
McCARRICK A LEWIS. BC-l-lm
YJSJ HEN VtH'K TYPEWRITER OH
ti cash register needs ropalrlng, call
on FRANKLIN 1>. WATTS. 7.'2 County
street. Portsmouth, Va. New Phone 10:1?.
Be20-lm?_
IGHT 11 RAGE OFALL Kl NDS 1 ION E
?i tin reasonable terms, apply K. F,
CHANT, Old Phone inj... scll-lyr
I'V YOiVaHE SUFFERING I'llUM 1 N
digestion, bowel trouble, catarrh,
bladder or blood poison of any kind. In?
flammation of any local character, it
I
wii be to your Interst to consult PROF.
HARVEY, -tin Church street.
CANCER
CURED AT HOME
by Internal treatment, nu
knife, planter or pain:
Hook and Testimonials mailed FREE.
CANCER INSTITUTE, 1:1 W. 4:'d St.,
N. Y. , oc7-su-ly
llAVK F?l'ND A POSITIVlTlJURE
for drunkenness. Can be given se?
cretly. Will Kindly tell yon what It Is.
Don't send money. Mrs. MARY HAW?
KINS, Lock lloic l. G. 131, Grand Rapids,
Michigan. delO-su-ly
Zy\ToiiFOLK DYEING, CLEAN I N< 1
1a and Repairing Co.?Ladles' Suits
cleaned; Gents' Suits dyed, JJ.Ou; cleaned
and pressed, 7r,c; pants pressed, 10c; car?
pets a specialty. 411 Main. New phone 201.
Old phone. 10.".5.
OTT WILL BUY ONE-THIRD
Cl ?_j s?J)\_/V7 Interest In very valuable
real estate transaction In this city.
Large profits certain. No chance for
loss. Fullest Investigation Invited. Sat?
isfactory references. Address CON?
SERVATIVE, care Vlrglnlan-Pilot. ocO-tf
Dit. McM 1IRR AN." NO. 1 ;> 1 G11A N1 { Y
St., practice limited to diseases of
the skin. Office hours, 11"') a. m. to 1:30
p. m., and from li p. m. to 7 p. m.
oc3-lm.
?OD AND COAL; AI.i7KINDS DB
livercd In Berkley, Portsmouth.
Norfolk, at lowest market prices; slab
board <'nds specialty; office and yards
fool of Mulberry street, Berkley; S. s.
Phone 147.1. < i. I I. Fl: 17V B029-tf
A N V
amounts; no delay; eas?
iest terms. LEO. JUDSON, Academy of
Music Building. _BCll-lm*
?JklC d \i \{\ TO LEND ON THE
\JKJ\t Building and Loan
Association plan. W. 11. SARGE ANT,
JR., Room 34 Lowenberg Building. no3-tf
Household Furniture while in iiko
Mortgages and other securities; liberal
advances on salaries, rents, annuities, es?
tates and permanent Incomes. Interviews
strictly private and all transactions rigs
idly confidential. NORFOLK MORT?
GAGE LOAN OHM PA X V, W. 11. Ih.f
helmer. new No. :17,S Main street, Moritz
Office Rnlldlng. suite &. 0 and 7.
LADI us i Use Chichrstr r's English Pennyroyal Pills.
Hr.ll s,.n Ooljr Itrllnl.lf! Take nu utlirr.
Iluy uf Tour llruKeUl, "t ?od 4\. Kttmi?, for > l.-..
ul?r??ri,f ?'k.l>l tor l.mllr.7 In Inter 1.? ri liirn mail.
N
FOR RENT.
ICELY FURNISHED ROOMS FOR
rent. Address M. A., this office. It
VERY DESIRABLE LARGE IICMOM;
also single rooms for rent, with
board. Apply at 1E2 GRANBY ST. ool l-:;t
tjlOR RENT.?AN UNFURNISHED
I hat of cither four or eight room
as desired, In central location. Ret. i .
ences exchanged. Address OWNER,
this Office._ _ocll-at
ICELY FURNISHED R< i< >M S,
with or without board; use of phone
und halb. Charge Is reasonable. Appl)
77 CHARLOTTE ST., one block from
Granby. OCll-31'
r IUI REE YOUNG GENTLEMEN CAN
1 find two rooms, furnished <>r unfur?
nished, on Duke street, near College
Place. Boarding bouse convenient, by
addressing "SNEDP1G," P.W Main St.
ocI2-3t*
Farm For Rent.
Containing about 05 acres, nearly all
chared; dwelling with live rooms and
outhouses; Is about ,'l miles from town,
and has half mile water front on Broad
Creek, il. O. HOGG ARD & CO.. 31) Hank
street. 0c3-tf
I7IURN1SHED oil UNFURNISHED
" rooms. Ap|.Iy ?I? P.PTE ST. lo,'
ITIOR RENT, LEASE OR BALE?LOT
' of lund. 123x50, fronting on Mnhonn'a
Lake; Is high and dry. Enquire 876 Ber?
muda slnei._1 n.i 12 ? 11
BUSINESS CHANCES.
OU1T WORK AND WORRY. MAKE
your money work for you. 10 per
cent, per month ensily and honestly
earned on your savings. $250 will earn
von 5::7. per month. J.'jkj will earn you J'.j
per month. This Is no seh' nie to get you
to place your funds with us. You handle
your own money. No risk. We send
you full Instructions and all necessary
legal papers for condtu ting the business
from your home address In your own
community. Our charge's are only Sl'i
for starting yon. Address Tin: NA?
TIONAL EMPLOYES LOAN ASSOCIA?
TION. 150.V?. Manhattan Building, Chi
cago. 111._It
PERSONAL.
MORPHINE, OPll'M, LAI" DA 7." I'M
cooaino habit; my seif cured; will In?
form you of harmless, permanent homo
oure. MRS. BALDWIN, Box 1'J12. Chi?
cago, mhl'?-?uif
All transient advertisements In?
serted In these columns must bo paid
lor In advance.
Itate, one cent per word each In?
sertion, minimum, 25 cents.
AGENTS WANTED.
AGENTS WANTED.?"GALVESTON ?
The Horrors of u Stricken City." by
Murat Halstead. Euly Illustrated. Fnst
<'st selling book ever published, only $1.60.
Rest terms guaranteed. Outllt free. Bo
quick, J. S. ZEIGLBR & CO.. Chicago,
_ocl4-su-3t
TEE BOOK WAR?GAIA'ESTON CY
clone and Flood: prices cut; 60 per
cent, profit: nearly 500 puges; other books
have 400; $2 premium free with- each $1.50
book: credit given; freight paid; general
agents wanted on salary: book outllt
alone free; both book and premium outllt
sent prepaid for 20 cents;, order quick.
.MONROE HOOK CO., Chicago. It
TXT ANTED.?ABLE MAN OP GOOD
" reputation in each eounty to rep?
resent large house. Position constant.
Salary $7.s per month und all expenses.
State reference und enclose self-ud
dressed envelope. PRESIDENT, 370
Cuxton Building. Chicago. ocl4.29,21,27-4t
(1 ENERAL AGENTS IN KVlSRY
J locality throughout the United
Slates to represent large concern and
appoint agents on strictly salary basis
of is"> monthly and all expenses. DEPT.
336, Park avenue and 130th street, New
Vork City. If
SALESMEN^ $27500 YEARLY EASILY
made selling Amcrlcus leather and
web suspenders, also other leather goods;
largo assortment, handsomely finished,
rpil'-k sellers, big commissions. Write
for exclusive territorv at once. R. 510.
PERRY, MFt}. CO., Cincinnati, Ohio. It*
Ai i EN TS EVERY Wl I ERF.~T?D~SELL
complete story of Cnlvcston Horror;
5,000 dead; $25,000,000 property destroyed;
large book, splendidly illustrated; will
outsell Johnstown Flood. Agents easily
make iSO to $Pio a week; book will sell
on sight. Experience unnecessary; boys,
girls, men or women can sell it. Outllt
I ree. freight paid, credit given. Act.
? liiiekly?not a moment to lose. FERGU?
SON PCR. CO.. ?92 Fifth street, Cincin?
nati, o. it*
HU! PROFITS HANDLING LATEST
improvt-d gasoline lamp; sells at
sight: beats electricity; cheaper than
kerosene; retail $4.00 up; 12 different
styles: exclusive territorv. STANDARD
LAMP co.. Manufacturers, Chicago. It*
AGENTS WANTED TO SELL THE
latest Invention for producing light.
Heats electricity, cheaper than kero?
sene. Agents coining money. Largest
factory. Prompt shipments. THE BEST
LICHT CO.. Canton. O. selO.30-ocH.2S.4t
ACTIVE M AN - -$00 "MONTH AND
expenses; permanent position: expe?
rience unnecessary. CLARK & CO., 234
S 4th St.. Philadelphia. oc7-su-4t*
(DORSET* A<; I-.NTS.?THERE IS ONLY
j one best?that's the Hygela, the stan
durd of the century for service and sat
Isfaction. For particulars address THE
WESTERN CORSET CO.. St. Louis, Mo.
oc7-su-13t
O 1 ?> STRAIGHT BONA ISiDE
O 1. ? weekly salary paid direct from
office; expenses extra commissions. Ca?
pable men and women to represent us
appointing agents; rapid promotion and
Increase salary. New brilliant lines.
BUTLER & ALGER, New Huven. Conn.
se30-su4t*
CAPABLE MAN TO TRfJfaVEL AND
appoint agents; $1,000 ylBrly salary;
permanent position; rapid promotion.
SUPT.. CO-OPERATIVE CO., 3T>t> Dear?
born St., Chicago. so9-su-f>t
MAN OR WOMAN?TO EMPLOY
and superintend agents. $50 per
mouth and expenses. Experience not
required. Permanent. ZIEGLER CO.,
202 Locust street. Philadelphia.
scl2-we,su,l6t.
\\f A NT'k D-SALESM EN AND COlT
T? lectors to work In the city and
rouniry. Apply to the SINGER MANU?
FACTURING CO.. 200 Church street. Nor
.'olk. Va. JuS-2taw-tf
_WANTEDJ^MAJ_E_ HEJLP._
MAN TO TRAVEL AND APPOINT
Agents. To satisfactory hustler
with good referneces $1.000 and expenses.
Permanent. Rapid promotion. Address
MGR. "TRAVELERS," 501 Star Build?
ing. Chicago. oel4-su-4t
C"1 O V ERNM ENT POSITIONS. ? D?TvT
X prepare for the postofflee or any
other civil service examination without
seeing mir catalogue of Information.
Sent free. COLUMBIAN CORRE?
SPONDENCE COLLEGE, Washington,
D. C. ocl4-su-2t
Ai n'OR Y~bFFER AI LINE TO ~EX~
- porlenced men on uncovered ground.
"FACTORY." Itox 1371, New York. It
TXT ANTED - INDUSTRIOUS MEN
?? and women In every town to work
for us at their homes. No canvassing.
We will semi work any distance. We
have several lines of work to give out,
some of which requires no experience.
If you can't devote the whole day to our
work, you can earn $5 or $0 a week by
working ah hour or two even?
ings. Addres- STANDARD MFG. CO.,
142 West 23d St.. New York. oc7-su-l3t
W ANTED.?AN ENERGETIC MAN
t? to manage 'nn office in Norfolk.
Salary $125 per month and extra profits.
Mmt come well recommended and have
$s00 cash. Address MANAGER. P. O.
Fox U.M. Philadelphia. Pa. oc7-su-2t*
FOR S A "ITET
(5>? /VSECOND-HAND SQUARE PI
O'l" "aim In excellent condition and
on eas> terms. This must be seen to be
appreciated. AMES & BURK, 169 Mala
street. It
?\7F.W 8-ROOM HOUSE. CORNER
?> lot: 2 blocks of car. Rented for }12
per month. Price $1.150. $200 down, bal?
ance. m:[ per mouth. Address LAM?
bert's POINT ss, care Virginian-Pilot
office. It*
? .?.>?><? ?A MAGNIFICENT ROSE
,'?,7 wood Upright Piano. In first -
? , condition. This will be sold on
terms to suit purchaser. AMES .V
BURK, 109 Main St. It
|>oh SAL E. ?TWO NICE LOTS IN
I !'. rk P'ace. near new car line. Terms
F. D. PINKERTON, 159 Main St.
e,:i;:-3t*_
fjTi nit PER CENT. interest?
I House and lot In Ghent, second door
to Moron avenue (new oar line), on
a;., nth street. House has slate roof,
dome, I rout and back porches: 9 rooms;
I glass windows; oak cabinet
latest shaking and dumping
gran with fancy. front, and Latrobe;
tiled hearth ami chlmnoyi breast; house
papered all over: picture ;tnd base mould
i: i every room; lane in rear. $1,000 j
I tsli $25.00 monthly. Only 1 per cent.
Interest a bargain. Call both 'phones J.
s. crawford. Furniture Store, Ports?
mouth, Va. _ oc7-tf
17*,or SALE?COAL AND WOOD OF
1 nil kinds for sulc by K. F. GRANT,
Old Phone 102S. sell- lyr.
V A I .'? 'A RLE CHURCH STREET
V property for sale. 4V2. Call at 701
WEST HIGHLAND AVE. seO-lm
J,'" ? SALE - COMPLETE WAGON.
? i t and Blacksmith Shop, doing a
c.I I islncss In a good location, and long
a son for selling, poor health. Ad
I M H.. this office au29-tf.
BOARDERS.
HOO.M AND HOARD FOR TWO;
conveniences. F. H, C, Virgin
lan-Ptlot. ocl4-3t?
1 > OAKDERS WANTED -PLEASANT
I > r uns, ! Inglo or double. Apply 319
DUKE ST. oeii-::t*
>T ICELY FURNISHED ROOMS/ WITH
i first-class be.nil In private fnmll) :
lioinc comfort-, and all conveniences:
suitable for two gentlemen or married
couple. Gentlemen preferred; Bramble
ton. Address B. It., this office. oc!4-3t*
\X7 ANTED.?BOARDERS IN NICE
t? localltv; all conveniences. Apply 35
YORK PL. 'E. OCl2-8t
1?OARDERS WANTED ? PLEASANT
J > room and board for marrli-d couple,
or two gentlemen. Apply at No. 312
OLNE1' ROAD. Ghent. oc2-lf
IN FRATERNITY CIRCLES.
State Council Jr. 0. U. A. M. to Meet To-morrow at
Roanoke?New Fraternal Order for Liquor Men
?Virginia Pythians Help Galveston Brothers.
This morning: at 7:40 o'clock about
twenty representatives of the various
local councils of the J. O. U. A. M.
will leave Norfolk via the Norfolk and
"Western Railway, In a special car for
Roanokc to attend the annual session
of the State body, which will be in
session there Monday, Tuesday and
Wednesday.
Matters of great importance will be
discussed und the great question of the
payment of the per canita tax to the
National body, that has caused such
trouble In New Jersey, Vlrglnla.^Penu
sylvania. District of Columbila and I
New \ork. will, it is understood, be
settled.
The order has been in a flourishing
condition this year, and the member- i
snip is now about twelve thousand in!
the State, an increase of two thousand I
over the previous year.
Mr. R. E. Crlddle, of Manchester, will
succeed Mr. Hudglns as State Council-1
or, and there will probably be a light
for the oillce of State Vice-Councilor
Which Is now held by Mr. Crlddle.
WILL NOT TAY IT.
The opinion of leading members of I
the order in this city is that the coming'
convention will flatly decline to pay
the per capita tax to the National
Council.
A council at Roanokc has Issued a '
circular letter to the various councils
of the State favoring submission of this
question to the National Council, but it
appeurs to be receiving the cold shoul?
der everywhere.
It seems to be the general impression
among Juniors that all the National
Council can do. in the event the State
body still refuses to pay the additional
per capita tax, the National body can
only revoke Its charter.
If this step is taken, then the State
Council of Virginia would still have'
the upper hand of the National be- j
cause the last Legislature Incorporated I
It as a separate body and gave it full
and exclusive power to grant charters
to subordinate councils of the Jr. O.
U. A. M. and to revoke the same with
cause.
T11E PENNSYLVANIA DECISION.
The decision of the Supreme Court
of Pennsylvania against the "insur?
gents" In the light of the members of
the Junior Order of United American'
Mechanics vs. the National Council is i
an Important ruling and one that will j
interest the Juniors all over the coun- '
try.
The ense just decided is that of the '
Pennsylvania members who opposed I
this extra per capita tax and other
charges inaugurated by the National ,
Council. The "insurgents," as the ob
fecting members In Pennsylvania, Vir- j
ginla, the District of Columbia and
New Jersey are known, took the mat?
ter Into the court and secured a vic?
tory In the Dauphin county (Pft.) |
courts.
The decision Just rendered by the
State Supreme Court of Pennsylvania
reverses the Dauphin county decision
and dismisses the bill of the "insur?
gents."
The decision means that the per
capita tax was legally nssessed and
further collections from the State
Councils can be forced, as a rule. If
the State body refuses to pay, the Na?
tional Council can proceed against the
members Individually.
On account of the State charter in
Virginia, however, the above ruling
will probably not hold in this State.
JUSTICE BROWN'S RULING.
Although It may not apply In Vir?
ginia, Justice Itrown's ruling is of
great Interest. He says:
"Accordingly there seems to he no
reason for holding invalid nets done at
corporate meetings assembled through?
out the State If all the shareholders ac?
quiesce In the holding of such meet?
ings.
PURELY A FAMILY MATTER.
"In levying the tax It cannot be pre?
tended that tltis order transcended any
corporate power granted, and the pub?
lic, which cannot fairly be said to have
any interest in the powers possessed
by this family order, most certainly
had none as to where they were exor?
cised. It could make no manner of dif?
ference to the public whether the tax
was levied in Philadelphia or Minne?
apolis. The public was riot affected.
The order did not deal with them, but
only with its members, its own private
family, it bad no stockholders to b<
subject to risk, hardship or fraud, and
It did not undertake to enter Into any
contrac t. Its relations with the mem-;
hers of the complaining council had al
iva.lv been established, and presumably
existed for years. The levying of the
tax was simply providing a revenue for
the continued existence of the organi?
zation, of which these complainants
were practically component parts. No
reason, therefore, exists for the appli?
cation to the ense before us of the rule
as to corp .i ab> acts beyond the limits
of the state creating the body, and
the appellants iustly ask us to except
them from i;. Any other view would
compel us to the conclusion that all
religious, litci iry, patriotic or benevo?
lent societies of a national character,
scope or origin, which have been in?
corporated by the courts, by act of
General Assembly, or since 1S74 under
the General Corporation laws of Penn?
sylvania, were incapable of holding
their meeting rules und laws al places
outside <>f the state."
Justice Brown says the National
Council can enforce the collection of
the tax against every State Council of
the order, and adds further that if
the money cannot be collected from
the local count ils as a body, the in?
dividual members become liable for the
assessment. This Is a sweeping victory
for the Loyalists, who are not pro?
tected by state charter as are the
members of the order in Virginia.
LIQUOR MEN'S FRATERNAL
t IRDKR.
Rigidly barred from most of the lend?
ing fraternal societies, tho saloon?
keepers, ihpior dealers and nil those
connected with the beer and whiskey
Industries In various capacities have
determined to establish a secret frater?
nal order of their own.
Eor many months loading members
of the Retail Liquor Healers' Associa?
tion and men prominently Identllied
with the Wholesale Liquor Dealers
Protective Organisation have been
quietly organizing branches of tho
Knights of the Royal Arch, a fraternal
secret society, to.which no person not
connected with the liquor business can
be admitted.
Among the charter members are some
brewers, several wholesale whiskey
men and many saloon-keepers.
One of the objects Is dcclnrod to be
"the establishment and perpetuation of
L
a universal brotherhood operating as a
secret society under a ritual for the
purpose of mutual improvement, pro?
tection and benellt, and to promote the
moral, social, Intellectual and physical
Improvement, health and longevity of
members, their families and depen?
dants, and to use every effort to main?
tain and support the cause of personal
liberty."
John TJarks, lieutenant-commander
of the new lodge, who is the proprietor
of a restaurant on Lexington street,
near Eutaw street. Baltimore, and who
has been Identified prominently with
movements to promote the interests of
liquor dealers, said the other day:
"Men engaged in the liquor business,
or In any way connected with it. are
barred from membership in many of
the most desirable fraternal and bene
llcial orders, because, for the present,
at least, narrowmtndedness has gained
the ascendency. Our fnmiHes have
been deprived of the kind consideration
and help so often extended to the fami?
lies of such of our felloW-citi/.ens as
I are fortunate enough to belong to some
good fraternal order. Pecnuse there
are some bad men In the saloon busi?
ness or i on.ted with the liquor busi?
ness, all men who make their living by
the business have been denied mem- |
liorship in some of the best orders. We
have revolted against It by establish
inu the Knights of the Royal Arch. '
It Is estimated that l.r>0 lodges have
already been started In the United
States nnd Canada. Tim order was
founded In Hot Springs, Ark.
CAPITATION TAX RAISED.
The Catholic Mutual Benefit Associa?
tion. In session at Buffalo on Thursday,
settled the question of raising funds
for increasing the membership of thai
order. I; was accomplished by tie
adopt ion of an amendment providing
for an Increase of the per capita tax
Horn 50 to 7.". cents. The amount is to
be collected by the branches in January
each year. The basis will be the mem?
bership of each branch on the Decent- |
her .list preceding. Another Important
amendment which was made provides
that hereafter benefits will be paid only
to blood relatives of the Insured or to
persons dependent upon him. A pro?
position to increase tho representation
from State councils to the supreme
body from 3 to 6 was lost.
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PYTHIAN NOTES.
Virginia Pythlans have raised the
sum of Jl!K5,25 for the relief of the
w idows and orphans of the m embers of
Halhbone Lodge No. n. who were killed
in the mine explosion in Utah last May.
Grand Keeper or Records and Seal
Walter A. Edwards has forwarded this
sum to thai siate. Yesterday Mr. Ed?
wards also forwar.jed to Mr. George P.
Griggs, chairman of the K. of P. Relief
Committee, at Houston, Texas, his
cheek for $445.60, the same being the
amount so far contributed by the Vir?
ginia Pythlans to their brothers who
suffered in the great Texas storm.
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Grand Chancellor E. L. Cunningham
arrived In the city Friday evening
from Pocnhontas, whore he attended
the convention of the Sixth District
Virginia Knights or Pythias. He re?
ports having hat! a delightful time in
Pocahontas.
DEATHS AND FUNERALS.
H. R. RYAN.
Mr. II. B. Ryan, who was received at
St. Vincent's Hospital September 12th,
upon a city certificate front Chief of
Police Klzer, died at that institution
Friday night from cancer of tho mouth.
The deceased had resided In Norfolk
for several years, und was between 4"?
and r.O years of age. His uncle. H.
Ryan, and William Taunton. both of
Taunton, Mass., were telegraphed of his
death! and a message was received by
Chief Klzer from Taunton yesterday
afternoon stating thai no persons by
these names could be found there. The
deceased was buried at the expense of
i ib city yesterday afternoon.
MISS RHODA SAWYER.
' The iuncial of Mi-w Rhoda Sawyer.
1 who passed away at the home of her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. David Sawyer,
near Mount Pleasant, Norfolk county.
Friday morning, aged -'- years, was
h.ld from Mount Pleasant M. E.
Church at 11 o'clock yesterday morn?
ing, and was conducted by Rev. Ohas.
E. Watts. The interment was in the
? family burial ground.
MACHINE GIVEN AWAY
I Ttv THE SINGER MANUFACTUR?
ING COMPANY, OF NORFOLK.
At the sa'isnt >ns of tiie Siiiger Man?
ufacturing Company. 2U0 Church street,
this city, a grand display of line needle
and embroidery work will he opened
to-morrow morning and continue to
November IT. under the supervision of
Mr. M, ''. FMncher, district manager,
?nd Mr. L. t). Avers, local manager.
? Each holy visitor will be presented
with a ticket containing a number, and
on November 17t,h a tine sewing ma?
chine, now on exhibition, will be drawn
for and given tho holder of thp lucky
number. The drawing will be absolute?
ly fair. Resides the opportunity of
seeing specimens of needle work exe?
cuted on a Singer machine, that are
marvels of art and excel anything of
the kind ever exhibited here, visitors
will have the chance of winning, free
of charge, one of the finest sewing ma?
chines on the market here or else
w here.
All peojde. especially the Indies, are
cordially Invited to call and see this
sight, nnd lake advantage of this op?
portunity of a lif<? time to secure a
valuable machine for nothing.
Stop?, the Cough and Works oft*the Cold.
Laxattme Promo Quinine Tablets cure
a cold Ine day. No cure, no pay. Price
23 cents. sol-8m
You should see the Oxford mixed vi?
cuna overcoatings, it high class of
goo.is now being tailored.
RUDOLPHI & WALLACE.
?i:.:t Main Street.
Pye? Examined Pree.
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. 1e26-tf
If you want pure silk, or silk ami
wool underwear, consult
RUDOLPHI e> WALLACE.
333 Main Street.
NORFOLK'S Gl FT 18 $9,108-66
OFFICIAL STATEMENT OF THE
NORFOLK FUND FOR GALVES?
TON. '
At a meeting; of the Galveaton relief
committee held last night at the office
of Secretary E. E. Dawes, of the Nor?
folk Board of Trade and B. M. A.. Mr.
Dawes submitted the following state?
ment of Norfolk's contribution to the
storm swept city of Galveston:
Paid for 5,000 circulars and en?
velopes .$ 12.75 I
Paid for 10,000 printed en?
velopes. 18.00
Distributing envelopes . 80
Unpaid contribution . 1.00
Draft drawn by mayor of Gal?
veston . 250.00
Remitted Governor of Texas.. 5,835.11
Printing expenses . 5.u0
Balance on hand . H.00
Total amount contributed _$6,133.66 |
Norfolk contributions:
Through Board of Trade and
B? ?I. A. 6,133.66
Howard Association . 1,500.00
City Councils . 1,000.00
Lodges, churches, etc., direct.. 475.00
Total .$9,108.06
It Is more than probable that a num?
ber of contributions aside from these
have gone from Norfolk, and that this
city lias contributed over $10,000 to Gal
veston's relief, yet. In the absence of
further reports to the Board of Trade,
the above sum will be the official fig?
ures.
RESOLUTIONS OF THANKS.
The meeting adopted the following:
Resolved, That the thanks of this
meeting, and of our citizens generally,
are extended to the central committe,
consisting of Captain James \V. Mc
Carrlck, chairman: Cnptaln R. B. Loy
all. Burton Myers, R. Henry Jones,
John F. Lawler; also to their cfllclent |
Secretary and Treasurer, E. E. Dawes,
not only for the very creditable amount
subscribed directly through llicin, but
for contributions made by the city, and
from other sources, amounting to over
$9.000. to secure which their efforts so
largely contributed. Also to Mr. B.
Watklns Llegh, cashier City National
Bank, for promptly forwarding funds)
without any expense to the committee.
Resolved, That the committee be, und
Is hereby, relieved from further duty,
und that all citizens who, on account
of absence from the city, or from other
causes, have been unable to contribute,
are requested to send their donations
to Norfolk papers publishing proceed?
ings of this meeting.
OTHER LOCAL ON PAGE 3.
-OF
ED II
?AND?
ONIMETS
We ask the inspection of
our lady friends to our choice
selection of
PATTERN HATS !
SECO?
MONDAY, OCT. 15,
S ETT'S
FINK MILLINERY
MAIN STREET,
Near Cornet Church Street,
NORFOLK, - VA.
m
CHINA WILL FIND
that she has a pretty big job
on her hands to try to upset tho rest of
the world. We find it a big Job in our
efforts to make people believo that a
tilths", slimy, greasy, yellow, Chinee
laundered linen is not the proper work
to wear?yet union people and many
Others do It. Think It over. Phlne us
We please 1,600 others. We can please
you. _______
Troy Lfaundry,
H. NINDORFS*.
297 Church St.
BOTH PHONES 647.
An Ordinance
PROVIDING* FOR DRIP PANS AND
TANKS FOR OIL, WAGONS.
Section 1. Be It ordained by tho Com?
mon and Select Councils of the city of
Norfolk that no person shall pour or
sptll or permit to drip upon any asphalt
pavement laid on any street or alley or
public pluce In the city of Norfolk, any
kerosene, benzlno or other similar oil or
oily substance or liquid.
Section 2. All oil delivery wagons or
tanks shall have securely fustened under
the taps or faucets thereunto attached
an absolutely oil or water-tight zlnc
Uncd box or tray, and In lining any mea
suro or othor vessel from such taps or
faucets such measure or other vessel
muct be held so that any drip or over?
flow shall flow Into said box or tray;
and In removing the same from over the
asphalt pavement no drip or overflow
from such measure or other vessel must
bo permitted to fall upon such pavement,
and no receptacle for holding oil shall
be placed on tho asphalt pavement.
Section 3. Any violation of this ordi?
nance shall be subject to a fine of not
less than 15.00 nor more than $20.00.
Section 4. This ordinance shall bo In
effect from and after November 1st, 1000.
Adopted by tho Common Council Octo?
ber 2d, 1000.
J. F. EAST,
President Common Council.
Adopted by tho Select Council October
9th, 139?.
FRED. GREENWOOD,
President Select Council.
Teste: H. s'. HERMAN,
ocH-ot City Treasurer.
An Ordinance
RESTRICTING THE STORAGE OF
KEROSENE. .GASOLINE, ETC.,
WITHIN THE CITY.
Be It ordained by the Select and Com?
mon Councils of the city of Norfolk, that
no person, llrm or corporation shall keep
In any building, or any lot within the
city of Norfolk at any one time more
than twenty-five (25) barrels of kerosene
oil. but this shall not apply to transpor?
tation companies having such oil In its
possession for delivery, nor to wagons
used for delivery.
Re it further ordained that no person,
llrm or corporation shall keep in any
building, or In any lot within the city,
more than live (5) barrels at nnv otto
time of gasoline, nnpthn and other highly
inflammable fluids, or either of them, but
this shall not apply to any transporta?
tion company having such fluids tn its
possession for delivery, nor to parties
having gasoline buried for mnkhur gas,
or to the City fins Company, while con?
ducting its business as and where now
conducted, nor to wagons used for de?
livery, provided however, that no person,
llrm or corporation shall have such
Muhls In wagons for delivery, when not
delivering, without KPltimj; permission to
do so from the Chief of the Eire Depart?
ment.
Ro it further ordained Hint no person,
firm or corporation shall sell or dlsposo
of gasoline, naptha or other highly In?
flammable llulds by artificial light other
than electric light.
Re It further ordained that no person,
firm or corporation shall sell or other?
wise dlsposo of kerosene, gasoline, nap?
tha or other highly Intlammahlo fluid
without first notifying, the Chief of tho
Fire Department of that fact and of the
place of business from which it is pro?
posed to sell or dispose of tho same, giv?
ing a diagram of the premises and tho
place thereon whero tho oil will bo
Stored.
Bo it .further ordained that Uny person,
firm or corporation violating tho pro?
visions of this ordinance shall be sub?
ject to a fine of not less than $20.00 nor
more than $100 for each day or part of
day of such violation.
Adopted by tho Common Council Octo?
ber 2d, 1900.
J. F. EAST.
President Common Council.
Adopted by the Select Council October
9th, 1900.
FRED. GREENWOOD,
President Select Council.
Teste: II. S. HERMAN,
ocU-5t City Treasurer.
The Hustlers.
BASS, STEWART CO.,
Best Baltimore Hams-'..13c. lb.
Best Picnic Hams.0c. lb.
Best Baltimore Lard.9c. lb.
Boat Baltimore Corned Beef.Sc. lb.
Best Elgin Butter.25c. lb.
Best Roe Herrings.20c. doz.
Try our large No. 2 Mackerel, 5c. a
piece. Large No. 1 Mackerel_12M-C. lb.
Just received New buckwheat. Let us
have your ortlers. we will please you.
53 NEW MARKET PLACE.
Old Phone 103S. New Phone 740.
FASHIONABLE
F?LL HATS T
Furs and Fur Trimmings. High Gm de
Silks. Opera. Soft and Stiff Hats.
Fine and Cheap Ladles' and Misses' Golf
Hats. Gloves, Canes ami Hat Cases.
SHER^WOOD'S
HATTIST AND FURRIER.
325 MAIN ST._
' LATEST FALL HATS.
WALTER J. SIMMONS & CO.,
HATTERS AND FURRIERS.
Add more Joy and
pleasure to your home.
iBuya Graphophone
$5 to $150.
2,000
New records to sole, t
from all the latest
songs and instrumental
music.
II. A. O'NEILL

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