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AU transient advortSsomonti In?
serted In these column* mimt bo paid
for in ?dvunce.
Rate, ono cont prr Trent euch in.
?ertlon. minimum, 25 eont*.
LOST.
LOST?BLACK FOLDING POCKET
book, with largo sum of money and
ono check; finder will receive liberal re?
ward by returning to 30 BANK ST.
It*_
? OST?ON McCOLLOUGH DOCK, $25
.11 about 12:30 p. m., Monday morning.
Finder please return and get reward
at B. F. MORGAN, foot of Plume street,
Norfolk, Va. ocl6-2t?
WANTED.
ARBFINED MIDDLE AGED LADY,
wishes a situation as housekeeper, or
care taker in a small family; willing to
assist In any light work. Address \V.
care Virginian-Pilot. oclG-3t
\\r IREMEN WANTED ? TWO OR
V? three good wlremen and helper:
Apply with tools at 33 HANK st. If
\\ r^AN te IJ^s PtTlVTION BY drug
?? clerk; 10 years experience; good
references. Address BOX 05, Old Point.
Va. ocl?-31*
WANTED?POSITION AS PORT ICR
In wholesale store; reference fur?
nished; long experience. Apply 11.. 33
Suffolk street. It r
~\\T ANTED?I. 2 OR 3 HORSE POWER
?V electric motor. 000 or 22'J volts. Ad?
dress "R," care Vlrglnlnnn-Pllot. oclG-3t
WANTED.?TO PURCHASE A SBC
ond-hand typewriter; must not be
defective in the least. Address TYPE?
WRITER, care Vtrglnlan-Pllot ocl4-2t
WANTED.?SEVERAL THOROUGH
Iv competent house servants. Ap?
ply Immediately ut 182 GRANBY ST.
ocli-3t
TtfT ANTED.?BY "SO 1 i ER AND INDCS
' ? trlous young man. position with
reliable lirm with chance of advan.
ment; salary no object; several years'
business experience; best references. Ad?
dress HENRY. 0Cl-t-3t*
\\T ANTED.?M EN'S SECOND-] tAND
clothing. Mail orders promptly at?
tended to. M. RA PA 1,1.. UT Church St.
Norfolk. Va. ocH-3t'
YOlJNG MAN WHO UNDERSTANDS
bookkeeping anil has had experience
in office work, including care of cash,
wants position. First-class city refer?
ences given. Address "PROMPT," Vir?
ginian-Pilot office. oclp-3t*
WANTED.'- Till'. GENTHEMEN T~?
know that I have opened a lir>
Class merchant tailoring establishment at
3lo Grnnby street. Give nie a call. S.
BROWN. ocl3-tf
WA NT 1; I >.- -T11 i-f 1 -ADl KS TO K NO W
that l havo opened a first-class
ladles' tailoring establishment at 310
Granby street, corner Charlotte. Kit
guaranteed. S. BROWN. bel3-tf
AY
ANTED.?A GOOD COOK; WHITE
preferred, at 187 BREWER ST.
l3-::t*
WANTED. ? GENTLEMAN AND
it wife desires board with unfurnish?
ed room; Bramhleton preferred. Address,
stating terms, to F., care Virginian
Pllol office. 0C13-31*
\^TnTED. ?SEVERAL HUNDRED
M ce.lar posts. S, 0; b>. 12. 10, and 10
fool long. Correspond with UNION
STOCK YARD CO., Norfolk. Va. 0Cl3-lw*
Wanted.?DISTILLERY WHO CAN
defy competition desires salesman
for Eastern Virginia and North Carolina.
will otTer Inducements to a first-class
salesman tor local or entire territory.
Address DISTILLERY, care Virginian
Pilot. OCI2-1W
\\T ANTED- A YOUNG MAN BE
>V iwecn IS and 10 years Ol age. win,
Is ipilok. can set typo and has a knowl?
edge of job printing. Address Virginian
Pilot. ocs-lf
\X7 ANTED.?TO EXCHANGE ABOUT
V? fifty aei'es vnluablo beach frontage,
near Virginia Beach, for Norfolk real
estate. Address P. O. BOX .'?, .Virginia
Beach, Va, OCO-tf
WANTED. f^-YOUNG MEN AND
young women to register for posi?
tions as clerks, stenographers, book?
keepers. &C. We supply domestic labor,
cooks, hotiscmalds, nurses and laborers
BUREAU FOR EMPLOYMENT AND
LABOR, 358 Main street.
\\r ANTED?AT ONCE" FIFTY GIRLS
t> between the ages 11 and 20, In the
Virginia Hosiery Mills at Lambert's
Point: paid while learning; house rent
$5.00 and $7.00. so5-tf.
WANTED?SEW ING MACHINES TO
repair: any make. New machine!
$20 and up. J. W. BEASLEY. 1671
Church street, city. fe20-tf
WANTED-'WIALE HELP.
V OUNG MAN?LEARN ILLUSTRAT
* lug; by mail; tuition payable GO days
after position Is secured paying at least
$13 a week. CORRESPONDENCE IN?
STITUTE OF AMERICA, Scranton, Pa.
FOR SALE.
C' I / \f 1 FULL UPRIGHT PIANO.
O ?** W ' ease and action in good con?
dition; formally cost $300; we now offer
Ihli exceptional bargain for $hn).
STIEFF'S WAREROOMS, GG Grnnby
street. 0C16-31
\r ICELY FURNISHED ROOMS,
-1 > With tti?without board; use of phone
und bath. Charge is reasonable. Apply
77 CHARLOTTE ST., one block from
Granby. ocH-31*
CM t?J S EXCELLENT UPRIGHT
O-? 0** Cabinet Grand Piano; superb
tone; case and action In first-class con?
dition; formally sold for $325; been used
but a few months; It you are thinking of
buying a piano tt will pay yon to Invi itl
gato this. We have also a large assorl
ment of square pianos from $20 up.
STIEFF'S WAREROOMS, CO Granby
street. odC-::t
iMIH SALE-TWO NICE ROTS IN
- Park Place, near new car lino. Terms
easy. E. D. PINKERTON, 159 Main St.
OctlS-St*
171 OUR PER CENT. 1 NTllfRlSr
- Ilmiso and lot in Ghent, second door
to Moran avenue (new ear Hue), oh'
Thirteenth street, House has slate roof,
dome, front and back porches: ;i rooms;
.'tallied glass windows; oak Cabinet
mantels: latest, shaking and dumping
grates, with fancy front, and Latrobn;
tiled hearth and chimney breast; house
papered nil over; picture and base mould?
ing in every room; lane in rear. $1.000
cash?$25.00 monthly. Only i per ecu!.
Interest?a bargain. Call both 'phones .1
S. CRAWFORD, Furniture store. Ports?
mouth, Va. oc7-lf
lFfVOR? SALE?COAL AND WOOD OF
ju all kinds for sale by K. F. GRANT,
Old Phone 102s. sell- lyr.
VAU ' ABLE CHURCH 8TR EBT
property for sale. D2. Call at 701
WEST HIGHLAND AYE. seO-lin
T71?R SALE - ro.MPEE I E ""WAGON.
J. Paint and Blacksmith Shop, doing a
f;ood business, In a good location, and long
ease; reason for selling, poor health Ad
?Irers C. M. B.. this office. au29-tf.
FORJ3ENT.
\\r ANTED?TO RENT A STABLE;
VV must be dry and In good condition.
Address "STABLE," care Vlrglnian
Pllot office. It*
\j ERY 11 ESIRABLE * la RGE ROOM;
V aim elnglo rooms for rent, with
board. Apply at 182 granby ST. ocll-3t
I' fiim P. ENT.~ - a N unfurnished
- tint of cither tour or eight rooms,
as desired, in central location. Refer?
ences exchanged. Address owner,
this office. _ ocll-3t
Farm For Rent.
Containing about 65 acres, nearly all
cleared; dwelling with live rooms and
outhouses; Is about 2 miles from town,
and has half mile water front on Broad
Creek. H. (.'. HOGG ARD CO., 36 Bank
street. oc3-tf
K?H RENT. LEASE OR SA 1.15?EOT
! of fand. 125x60. fronting on Mnhone'a
L~ke; l* high and dry. Enquire 170 Ber?
muda .treet, ntaJ2-U
DEMOCRATIC RALLY
At Lamberts Point?Large and
Enthusiastic Meeting.
Eloquent and Stirring Addresses by Messrs.
John O. Tlltou. IV. I.. Hlbb, I*. .T. Morris
and Hon. lt. C. Marshall? Ilaimcr Un?
furled,
The Democratic rally under the au?
spices of the Bryan, Stevenson and
Maynard Club, at Lambert's Point last
night, was a grand success. The large
and handsome banner furnished by
Captain Lambert and Messrs. Hud
Kins Hurst was unfurled to the
breeze early In the afternoon and was
festooned with Old Glory flags, which
gave It a patriotic appearance.
At early eventide the crowd began to
gather in front of Justice D. Loper'S
'office, and when the time ror the meet?
ing to begin had arrived between 300
and 400 of the Democratic yeomanry
of Norfolk county wore present, and a
more enthusiastic audience hns never
been witnessed at a political gathering
in the Tanner's Creek Magisterial Dis?
trict.
At 7:30 o'clock the meeting was called
to order with Mr. Harrison Ferebee as
chairman, who announced that the
meeting was held for the purpose of
hearing addresses from prominent
Democratic speakers on the great is?
sues involved in the present national
campaign.
MR. JOHN O. TILTON SPKAKS.
The first speaker introduced was Mr.
John G. Tilton. of Norfolk. His ad?
dress was confined to a discussion of
the great trusts which are controlled
by a few wealthy men of this country.
He first paid his respects to the great
All transient advertisement* in?
serted in these columns must ho paid
lor in advance.
Rate, one rent per word each In
- *11 i iMi, minimum, Sil rents.
AGENTS WANTED._
OAS LAMPS?AGENTS WANTED.
IX 13VERY TOWN AND COUNTY IN
VA. Country people can now have a
light brighter than electricity and cheap?
er than kerosene. The most reliable and
practical gas lamp on the market. Sell
at sight. Write at once for particulars to
GENERAL AGENT, P. O. Pox, 117
I rcwe, Va. It*
SPECIAL NOTICES.
SIXTY GALLONS OF STAGG PAINT
used by one man til Middle street,
Portsmouth: every gallon guaranteed.
For snlo by McCARRICK & LKU'lS.
Be21-lm.
DTs E A S KS ~ )K TH E DOG IS ?
specialty of hp. C. K. RHODES,
Graduate of Ontario Veterinary College;
new phone Old phone 680; orders left
at Trotter's lung Store promptly attend
id; both phones. OClC-2w*
MADAM SN ELL NEWMAN, RE
nowned clairvoyant. Business and
Ti -t Medium, can be consulted st her
office on all life matters. Call and be
convinced of her wonderful powers. Of?
fice and residence No. 257 CHURCH ST.
oclil-lw*
MAUA M JON AN, BUSINESS CLAIR
. voynnt, is ready for business now
at -Ml CHAPEL ST. All correspondence
strictly confidential. Cull and be con?
vinced of her powers. oclJ-Iw*
DR. J. R. GARRETT :OPEERS HIS
services to the publi> , pracll
limited lo diseases of the Eve. Err, Nose
ami Throat. Olllco Tazewoli Building,
Granby Street, opposite Montlccllo Ho?
tel. Hours: 9 a. m. to 1 p. in., and 1 to
5 p. m. oc 11-1 in
2(>
harter, with Captain to run ?
glue; perfectly safe and reliable; speed
eight miles per hour; will tarry Hi people.
For further particulars address CAPT.
CAMERON, (are Southern Star, Norfolk,
Va. ot-10-lw'
I""?|7a NO TUNING?CASE AND ?C
tlon work done by C. S. MARBLE,
P. O Itox 15|, Norfolk. Va. se25-lm?
\\T HJ-.N VlTlT ? T V P EWRITEIt () R
?? cash register needs repairing, cal
on FRANKLIN D. WATTS. 722 County
street. Portsmouth, Va. New Phono 1329.
st--0-1 m*
Pit; I IT era OR " ~6v all' K i'nDS DONE
J on rensonn.bin terms, apply K. p,
GRANT, old Phone 1028. sell-lyr
Ip YOU ARE SUFFERING from IX
dlgcstl?n, bowel trouble, catarrh,
bladder or blood poison of any kind. In?
flammation of any local character, it
wil be to your Interst to consult l'ltOR
HARVEY. 421 Church street.
TOR FOLK DYEING, CLEANING
t and Repairing Co.?Ladies' Suits
cleaned; Gents' Suits dyed, $2.00; cleaned
und pressed. 75c; pants pressed, 10c; car?
pets a specialty. 411 Main. New phone 201.
OU phono. 1055.
o iT" errwi will buy one-third
W?i?UU Interest In very valuable
real estate transaction In Ibis city,
Largo profits certain. No chance for
loss Fullest investigation Invited, Sat?
isfactory references. Address CON?
SERVATIVE, care VIrglnian-Pilot. oc?-tf
DE McMURRAN, NO. I'd CRAXT.V
St., practice limited to diseases of
the skin. Office hours. 11:30 a. in. to 1 :?0
Ii m . and from li l>. ill. 10 7 p. in.
oc3-lm.
Wood AND COAL; all KINDS DE
llvcred in Berkley, Portsmouth,
Norfolk, at lowest market prices; sl.ib
board ends specialty, office and yards
toot of Mulberry street. Berkley; s. 8.
Phone 1451. <1. 11. I'HEV. s. .il-ll
LOAN IN ANY
amounts: no delay; eas?
iest terms. LEO, JUDSON, Academy of
Mush: BUMdlng; _55011-11^
nil) ' "UU Building and Loan
Association plan. W. H SARGE ANT,
JR. Room 31 Lowenberg Building no:;-if
Iteaily; no waiting
Quick Loans on
Household' I'm nilnrn "while in use
Mortgages and other securities; liberal
advances on salaries, rents, annuities. ,..s.
tati und permanent Incomes. Interviews
strictly private and all transactions rig
Idly confidential. Norfolk MORT?
GAGE LOAN COMPANY, W. H. Hof
helm< r. now No. 3".S Main r.treet, Morlts
(in:.'- Building; suite 6. ti and 7.
?S AIHKSt Use Chiehester's Enjrlish Pennyroyal Pills,
r i BrslI nafestl Onlj ticllsMi-! Take nn mlnr.
** Uu. ?rTiiiir l>ruirri?t, ' ???"???.p?rti?.
ol.r- mi i - ll.li.rf<<rl.?<ll<'. In Irtlor t>; r.-tdrn mull.
< hi. hot. .- Chemical Co.. l'klludi... 1'it.
BOARDERS.
MONKY
Two OR TI I REE GENTLEMEN, OU
married couple; can obtain nicely
furnished rooms and bourn, with private
family, Address NO. 20, care Virginian
Pilot. ocl6-3f
HOi'M AND HOARD l-'OR TWO;
ail conveniences. F. H. CV, Vlrgln
Inn-Pllot._c_ocll-31*
HOARDERS W A N T BD.?PLE? SA NT
rooms, single or double. Apply :tl'.i
DUKE ST;_ (h H-SP
"VJK EI.Y I-'rhxiSHEirRtjOMS, WITH
.i^l first-class board In private family:
home comforts and all conveniences;
suitable for two gentlemen or married
couple. Gentlemen preferred; Bramble
ton. Address E. lt., this office. 0cU-3t*
B" OARDER& WANTED ? PLEASA NT
room und hoard for married couple,
or two gentlemen. Apply at No. 312
OLNEY ROAD. Ghent, oc2-tf
coal trust. Ho said that four men
meet In Wall street. New York, every
day and fix the price of coal for every
man In this country, and tho honest la?
boring man has to pay the price for It,
no matter what the costs are. He said
It was a datiKcrous state of affairs,
and these heavy burdens had been
placed upon tho people by the Repub?
lican party, which Is the party of
trusts, and yet you, the Republicans,
talk about prosperity. What kind of
prosperity comes to the people who
mine the coal? Go ask the hundreds
who are now thrown out of employ?
ment because, forsooth, they usk for
only honest wages, that their families
may be comtortably supported, and
you will soon learn that the prosper?
ity is only for those who own the mines
and not the poor minors, whose fami?
lies are suffering for tho bare necessi?
ties of living.
Air. Til ton next touched on the Im?
perialist policy of the Republicans, and
said that this same party had sent Its
armies 7,0UI> miles beyond the seas to
hold 'and control 10,000.000 of unwilling
subjects, and ail this expense had to be
borne by tho people. Yes. you have di?
rectly or indirectly to foot the bill. Are
these people citizens.' No, for they are
denied the right of trial by jury, und
standing in this position, they are now
under a more galling yoke of bondage
than they were under Spain. America
needs no standing army to subjugate
an unwilling people. This country has
always been an asylum for tho op?
pressed, but when you use the arm Of
the government to subjugate an un?
willing people, who are not homogen?
eous to our institutions, you subvci i
the very foundation of civil and reli?
gious freedom, and thus destroy the
Constitution of the United States,
which is the very charter of American
freedom. And this, follow Democrats,
Is the policy of tho Republican pluto?
cratic party.
Air. Tllton urged his hearers to stand
by the Democratic party in the present
contest, which Is the party of the peo?
ple and for the people of America.
Mr. Tilton's remarks wore received
with great applause and music by the
Lambert's Point Brass Rand.
MR. BIBB'S ADDRESS.
Air. W. L. Bibb followed Mr. Tllton
in an able and exhaustive speech on
the issues involved in the present cam?
paign. He warned bis audience of the
dangers which threaten and menace
the country tinder Republican rule. He
said tho trusts In this country were the
main prop and support of tho McKinley
parly. He said a few groat magnates
own more than one-half of the "wealth
of this country, and these men control
tho trusts that oppress the masses, and
every one of them, with barely an ex?
ception, belong to the Republican
party. He said during the past year
that great trust, tho Standard Oil Com
puny, gave to onb man a prolit of $40.
ooo.ooo. Tho Constitution teaches that
all men are political equals, and what
we want Is a government for the groat
masses nnd not for tho few, and the
mission of the Democratic party to?
day is to preserve In tact II! ^'y of
conscience, freedom of spe<>ui and
equal rights in the government of the
affairs of this country. The success of
the Democratic party now menus the
perpetuation of civil and religious lib?
erty and a government by the people
and for the people, and not for the few
to the disadvantage of the toiling
masses.
Ill .losing, Mr. Bibb paid a glowing
tribute to Hon. William Jennings
Bryan, the modern apostle of human
rights, and predicted his election on tho
f.th of November. Mr. Bibb's address
was received with rounds of applause.
MR. P. J. MORRIS.
Air. P. J. Morris was the next
speaker. His remarks were applied to
Hi" ousts and the expansion policy of
the Republican party, and the dangers
which threaten the country under its
continued rule.
HON. R. C. MARSHALL.
Hon. R. C. Marshall closed the dis?
cussion of tho evening in a ringing ad?
dress replete with sound arguments,
logic and eloquence. Ho dealt telling
blows on the Republican party and
showed thnt It was the enemy and not
tho friend of the people. Ho referred
to the groat trusts now in ex?
istence, and especially the Stand?
ard OH Company, with a capi?
tal of $100.000.000. had In six months de?
clared a dividend of jiis.ooo.ooo, or STt'..
000.000 per year, and practically no one
else is allowed to engage In this busi?
ness but the few who control It. He
said (he Sugar Trust is not so large,
but the proportion of prolit Is almost
as large.
Captain Marshall touched also on the
Imperialistic question, and said that
the 10,1.,<.f I.pie beyond tho great
Eastern Sea had been conquered by
armed force by the United States Gov?
ernment, nnd that those 10,000,000 of
people were without representation. He
said that this same Republican partv
that fought to free s.ooo,000 slaves in the
South was now lighting to make 10.000.
000 slaves of a people thousands of
miles beyond the seas, and these worn
unwilling subjects, and this all under
the plea of expansion. Captain Mar
I shall predicted the election of Bryan
in the coming contest.
The meeting came to an end with
I three rousing ( iu ers for Bryan, Steven
i son and Mnynnrd.
Womnn Arrester! on Suspicion
Sarah Johnson, alias Mary Jones,
colored, was nrrestcd by Ofllcor Snow
den last night. Officer Snowdon was
in tho pawn shop when tho woman
came in and pawned a line gold watch
and chain for $7. He suspected some?
thing wrong, and after Inquiry was
satisfied that the jewelry did not bo
long to tii. woman. She stated that
she came lion, Hampton, and that tho
watch anil chain wore given to her by
an acquaintance.
Skndnt; at the Park
If the hol weather of the past, sum?
mer is followed by a cold winter Nor?
folk's young people will have a chance
to enjoy i.I. safe skating. Tho Park
Commitl.f the Council s has ar?
ranged io hnve an artificial lake cre?
ated in a low place where the creek
makes in.
Donth of Kliss Jessie V. Regan
Mrs. Jessie Virginia Regan departed
this life a! her homo. No. 723 Church
street. Sunday morning, after a linger?
ing illness, in the 4Sth year of her age.
The funeral win be hold from the res?
idence at o'clock this afternoon.
An Opon Door Policy
Wo are glad at all times to have you
I call and look over our line of furniture.
I stoves, carpets, mattings, ftc, whether
l<rrm->buy not. We . guarantee cTTfr
: goods, our prices and our terms. If
you have not visited our store you no
i doubt would be surprised to find such a
? largo store and stock.
WILLIAMSON & SYKES,
G6I and .v..! Church St., near Queen.
Each week our stock is brightened by
; the latest fancies in woolens for men's
wen-. Some choice Huddersflcld novel
: ties lor this week's buyers.
RUDOLPH I .t WALLACH. -
1 333 Main street.
NORFOLK WILL NOT SUFFER.
THE RAILROAD COMBINATION
FOR EXFORT BUSINESS.
Under the above heading the Rich?
mond Dispatch of Sunday publishes the
following:
Roanokc, Va., Oct. 13.?Much has been
said In the papers of the State In the
Inst few days with regard to an agree?
ment between several large railways,
of which the Norfolk and "Western Ib
one, to abandon Norfolk as a shipping
point, and to combine all export busi?
ness at Newport News. A representa?
tive of the press called on Thomas S.
Davant, general freight agent of the
Norfolk and Western, on yesterday,
and asked him for an ofllelal state?
ment. Mr. Davant dictated the follow?
ing, which he signed:
" 'The facts are that the Norfolk and
Western, Southern and Chesapeake and
Ohio Railway Companies have entered
into an agreement to build up the ex?
port traflic through Ilnmpton Roads.
Under this agreement there will be di?
rect sailings to London, Liverpool.
Hamburg and Rotterdam from both
Norfolk and Newport News. To Ant?
werp. Glasgow. Amsterdam Belfast
and Dublin the sailings will be from
Newport News direct, and the Norfolk
and Western and Southern Railways
will deliver their freight for these
points at Newport News. There has
been no service from Norfolk to these
ports. Experience has shown that there
Is not sulllcient traflic to maintain in?
dependent Bteamshin service from Nor?
folk to all the ports named, und the
plan referred to was decided upon as
the surest way of securing permanent
steamship lines from the ports of
Hampton Roads.'
"From the above ofllelal statement it
will be' seen that the agreement means
an Interchange of shipping between
Newport News and Norfolk. The Chcs
apenke and Ohio will transfer freltrht
to Norfolk for such steamers as do not
touch at Newport News. Tho balance
Will, if anything, be In favor of Nor?
folk. In all. there will be a fleet or
twelve steamers plying between Hamp?
ton Roads and the ports above named.
The agreement between the railroads
is merely to establish a sure means of
shipment, a thin" they have not always
enjoyed, owing to the Independence of
the ship owners."
Statomont From Nlr. Culp.
Mr. .T. M. Culp, traffic manager of tho
Southern Railway Company, being
asked by a representative of thin paper
for a statement regarding reports to
effect that the Southern railway hud
entered Into arrangements with other
lines by which export freights for the
South and West via Norfolk would be
transferred to Newport News and theie
be loaded on board ship, said:
"Under a recent arrangement entered
Into between the Southern railway,
Chesapeake and Ohio and Norfolk and
Western railroads, it was agreed that
these three through lines should deliver
freight at both Norfolk .and Newport
News for export to London, Liverpool,
Hamburg and Rotterdam, the service
direct from Norfolk. Tho freights for
these points, in connection with South?
ern railway and Norfolk and Western,
will be Increased Instead of reduced
under the arrangement referred to.
"It Is designed that steamers sailing
direct from Norfolk shall take freight
not only from the Southern railway and
Norfolk and Western, hut also from the
Chesapeake and Ohio, Seaboard Air
Line and Atlantic Coast Line likewise.
Ships sailing from Newport News will
take freight from that point from the
various roads named. There has been
and is now no direct steamship service
fiom Norfolk for Antwerp, Glasgow,
Amsterdam, Belfast and Dublin, but
under the arrangement proposed the
roads leading into Norfolk would be In
position to send their freights for these
ports through Norfolk, thereby sending
freights via Norfolk, which, except
under this arrangement, would have to
be sent over lines not operating
through the port of Norfolk.
"This arrangement. Instead of operat?
ing against the port of Norfolk. Is cal?
culated tu improve the export traffic
through Norfolk, in that under It the
number of ships sailing from Norfolk
will he Increased, and freight may be
shipped via Norfolk, which, in the ab?
sence of this arrangement, might be
compelled to seek other routes not
operating via Norfolk."
Retaliatory Action.
It is rumored that various ocean
steamship lines entering this port will
unite in an effort to secure a large por?
tion of the freights that the recent
agreement between the Chesapeake and
Ohio, Norfolk and Western and
Southern Railways, and the United
States Shipping Company, will divert to
this latter-ocean line. It is suggested
that if no other means will accomplish
the i('.-.till dcslied 11 if steamship cinn
pnnies that will suffer by the arrange?
ment may send agents to sollolt
freights through the South and West
in the territory where the railroads
reaching Norfolk get their freights.
The railway lines named would then
be compelled, under the inter-State
commerce law. to lay these freights
down as cheaply at the Virginia ports
as they do for the United States Ship?
ping Company.
B- M A. Electric Lights Out.
The Board of Trade and Business
Men's Association's rooms were In
darkness Sunday night, caused by the
burning out of the main wire in the
building about S o'clock Sunday morn?
ing. However, there was gas in the
rooms, and this wns substituted Sun?
day evening for tho electric lights.
When the electric wire burned out Sun?
day morning the wall paper In the
main hallway caught on fire, hut the
blaze was discovered by one of the col?
ored porters, who extinguished the
flames In a moment, of time by the use
of a basin of water.
Bitten by a Mad Dog
Two children of Harry Brown, for?
merly of Norfolk, but now residing on
the Nlmmo farm, in Princess Anne
county, and a third child were bitten
by a rabid dog in Princess Anne Sun?
day. One of the children of. <r. Drown
was bitten through the Jaw and the
other on the leg. The dog attacked
and hit several head of cattle before he
could be killed.
Elsewhere in this issue we direct your
attention to the card of Dr. C. K.
Rhodes,
Dr. Rhodes is a graduate of (he On?
tario Veterinary college, one of the
best Institutions of its kind in exist
ence. His ability as a veterinary In
4he treatment of horses and cattle has
placed him in the front ranks of his
profession. He is now giving special
attention to the treatment of canine
diseases, as there are now a vast num?
ber of valuable dogs In the city. For a
number of years he had entire charge
of the Stnunton Kennels, which for
years contained 40 to 50 of tho best
trained hunting dogs of Virginia It*
If you want pure silk, or silk and
wool underwear, consult
RUDOLPHI * WALLACE,
833 Main Street.
WATER WORKS BID*
W. D. PENDER WISHES TO BUT
OR SELL TO THE CITY.
There was a meeting of the Finance
Committee in Joint session with the
Water Committee yesterday afternoon.
There were present for the Water Com?
mittee Messrs. j; M Keeling. N. Bea
man and J. W. Cashln; for the Finance
Committee Messrs. N. Beamun, W. W.
Old, C. H. Consolvo and E. L. Mayer.
Judge Keeling presented tho follow?
ing communication to the committee,
namely:
Norfolk. Oct. 15. 1900.
Hon. J. M. Keeling, Chairman Special
Committee:
Dear Sir?In considering the water
question for tho city. I desire to ask
your consideration of three proposi?
tions, and would be glad to have a
hearing before your committee at such
time as might be convenient.
1st. I will make an offer of purchase
of the city water works at a very goud
price.
Und. I will sell the Norfolk County
\\ ater Company plant, which would he
the means of the city obtaining an ad?
ditional water supply, together with n
now water main and pumping station.
3rd. I will sell the city from one to
two million gallons of water per day,
delivering the same through our pipe
line, and thereby relieving the city lino
of that much pressure: or I will supply
a section of the city and collect the
same rates as now prescribed by the
city.
This proposition would give the citi?
zens water at the same rates as now
prevail, and save the city Interest on
what it would cost the city to Increase
Its plant?say $2?0,000 at I per cent,
would be $10.000 annual saving. In re?
lieving the city's pipe line of from Ohe
to two million gallons would enable the
present (city's) plant to give better
pressure than it does now.
I would be very glad of an oppor?
tunity of discussing the matter In de?
tail with your committee.
Very trply.
W. IX PENDER,
Att'y for Norfolk County Water Co.
The following questions were ar?
ranged to be submitted to the Water
Commissioners, namely:
1st. Number of pumps on hand'.'
Capacity of each pump'.' Make of each
pump? Time of purchase of each
pump? Price paid for each pump?
Present value of each pump, approxi?
mately? Present condition of each
pump?
2nd. Capacity of filter plant as orig?
inally built? .Maximum capacity of
filter plant at present time, with re?
cent additions?
3d. Capacity of 24-Inch main at -10
pounds pressure at pumping station:
at r>0 pounds pressure, and nl 00 pounds
pressure? What is the maximum
which would be safe to carry mi the
present main line? Untier what pres?
sure now working at the pumping sta?
tion? Name specific pound pros itiv
ns to this question.
Replies to these questions are to lie
made by October ISth at 4:30 p. in.
No definite action was taken on the
letter of Mr. Pender proposing to buy
the City Water Works or to sell to tie
city the Norfolk County Water Coni
pany plant.'
The meeting adjourned to meet Octo?
ber ISth at 4:30 p. m.
Football Teams
The students at the Old Point Com?
fort College are taking a great deal of
interest in football this year, and have
so far gotten two teams on tlx? field in
very good shape. The elevens are
known as the First Team and the ge< -
und Team, and line tip as follows:
First Team. Position. Second Team
B. Dougherty (Capt)..F. 13...C. Collier
E. Rotts.L. H. R.Ino. Kevlll
w. Nasbert.. ..R. H. P..lohn Marrin
T. Massey.Centre.T. Curtis
John Marrin.R. G.R. Cox
Hugh Davis.L. G.I. Curry
Hugh Brldgnan.n. T.P. Fuller
Crofford.L. T.It. Fletcher
James Dreror.L. E.Cooke
Cbas. Collier.R. E.C. Peake
Wm. Herbert_Q. II-H. Richardson
The teams averapje 12"' and 103
pounds respectively, and would like to
receive challenges from local teams of
equal weight.
Liboled Suit Settled.
Deputy United States Marshal West
has libeled the French bark Ji ph
Roch for $1,200 in a suit of j. M. Jor?
dan & Co.. ship chandlers, who pre?
sented the claim for supplies furnished.
Tho Roch was formerly tin- Italian
berg, 302 Columbia building.
Savona with coal, but put hack. Sin
hns since been In Hamilton Roads.
This case will be settled to-day ac?
cording to an agreement made hist
night.--z?
Chief Ryan Returns.
Chief Martin J. Ryan, of the Norfolk
Fire Department, returned home on
Sunday night from Charleston. S. C.
where he attended lust week the Na?
tional Association of Fire Engineers,
Chief Ryan worked hard for the elei
tion of ex-Chief O. W. Taylor, of Rich?
mond, us president of the National As?
sociation, but the honor went to Chief
Humphries, of Pittsburg. Pa. Chief
Ryan thinks that ex-Chief Taylor will
be elected president of the assoeiation
In Indianapolis next year.
Added to tho Park Zoo
Mr. John A. Moran, of the Imperial
Cafe,through Councilman J. J. O'Keefe,
of the Park Committee, has presented
to the city two lusty four-foot alliga?
tors for the zoological collection at tin
City Park. They are good specimens pi
this interesting family of snurlans, and
?specially valuable, as they arc ac?
climated by two years' residence here.
A tank will be built for them. Gifts
from numerous public spirited citizens
have laid a good foundation for an In?
teresting collection of animals.
to cciti: a corn in one day.
I Take Laxntinie Promo Quinine Tab?
lets. All druggists refund the money if
! it falls to cure. E. W. Grove's Signa
i ture is on each box. 25c.
I sel-Sm
Rlvorvlew, Just North of City Park.
Elevated lots. Fine sewerage .sys?
tem. Norfolk County Wate;- Company
svslem. Granolithic sidewalks. 72
foot streets. f.O-foot lots, l.soo feet of
water front on Tanner's Creek. Deep
water. Fine fishing . Fine boating.
Go out und examine this choice resi?
dence local Ion. '
THE RIVERVIEW PARK CO.
C. M. RANDOLPH. President.
H. C. WHITEHEAD, Seecrelary.
oclC-eodtf
"Newest Discovery" extracts teeth
painlessly- N- T Dental Rooms only.
No. 324. corner Main and Tp.lbot sta?
rs'. E. of monument: established nearly
20 years. Ennes. Dentist. New 'phone.
1.681.
OTHER LOCAL ON PAGE 3.
FROM
PURE!
HEALTHFUL!!
? and -
SOLO AT OUR STORES
BrocersanevFrywher_
1 WAWTED!
<* First-class furnishing goods
2 salem?ri; state experience and
$ salary ami by whom employed;
* all correspondence confidential
I and a steady position to right
* party. W. A., care Virginian
4 Pilot.
orlC-3t
An Ordinance
PROVIDING FOR DRIP PANS AND
TANKS FOR OIL WAGONS.
Section 1. Bo it ordained by the Com?
mon and Select Councils of tho city ot
Norfolk that no person shall pour or
spill or permit to drip upon any asphalt
pavement laid on any street or" alley or
public placo in the city or Norfolk, any
kerosene, benzine or other similar oil or
oily substance or liquid.
Section 2. All oil delivery wagons or
' ink shall have securely fastened under
the lap; or fnUCOtS thereunto attached
an absolutely oil or water-tight zlnc
llncd box or tray, ami In tilling anv mea?
sure or other vessel from such taps or
faucets .such measure or other vessel
must Ins held so that anv drip or over
Mow shall How Into said box or trav;
and In removing the same from over the
asphalt paveini nt no drip or overllow
from such measure or other vessel must
be permitted to fail upon such pavement,
and no receptacle lor holding oil shall
hi' placed on the asphalt pavement.
Section Any violation of this ordi?
nale.- shall be subject to a fine of not
less l ban $5.00 nor more than SL'0.00.
Section I. This ordinance shall he In
effect from and after November 1st, 1900.
Adopted by tho Common Council Octo?
ber 2d, 1900.
J. F. EAST.
President Common Council.
Adopted by the Select Council October
9th, 19W.
F P E1). GR E E N WOO D.
President Select Council.
Teste: II. S. HERMAN,
oolt-fit city Treasurer.
An Ordinance
RESTRICTING TIIK STORAGE OF
KEROSENE, GASOLINE, ETC.,
WITHIN Till: CITY.
Re It ordained by the Select nnd Com?
mon Councils of the city of Norfolk, that
no person, firm or corporation shall keep
in any building, or any lot within the.
city of Norfolk nt any one time morn
than twenty-live (25) barrels of keroseno
oil, but this shall not apply to transpor?
tation companies having such oil In Its
poi Blon for delivery, nor -to wagons
used for delivery.
Be It further ordained that no person,
firm or corporation shall keep in any
building, or in any lot within tho city,
morn than live (5) barrels at any nun
time of gasoline, naplha anil other highly
Inllnmmablo fluids, or either of thorn, but
this shall not apply to any transporta?
tion Company having such fluids In Its
possession for delivery, nor to parties
having gasoline burled for making gas,
or to the City Gas Company, while con?
ducting ltu business as ami where now
conducted, nor to wagons used for de?
livery, provided however, that no person,
linn or corporation shall have such
fluids In wagons for delivery, when not
delivering, without getting permission to
j do so from the Chief Ot the Fire Depart?
ment.
Bo it further ordained that no person,
I firm or corporation shall sell or dispose
of gasoline, nuptha or other highly ln
| flammable fluids by artificial light other
than electric light.
Bo It further ordained that no person,
firm or corporation shall sell or other?
wise dispose of kerosene, gasoline, nap
tha or other -hiwhl??Inflammable iluld
without, first notifying the Chief of the
Fire Department of that fact and of the
place of business from which It is pro?
posed to sell or dispose of the same, giv?
ing a diagram Of the premises nnd tho
place thereon where the oil will bo
stored.
He it further ordained that any person,
II rm or corporation violating the pro
Visions Of Ibis ordinance shall be sub?
ject to a line ol- not less than $20.00 nor
mote than $!<"? for each day or part of
day of such violation.
Adopted by tho Common Council Octo
h" **? im J F. EAST.
President Common Council.
Adopted by the Select Council October
9lh' l6??- FRED. GREENWOOD,
President Select Council.
Teste: II. S. HERMAN,
ocii-.-.t __._ . City Treasurer.
LADIES' FUELS
OPEN TO-DAY.
EVERYTHING NEW AND STYLISH.
Finest line in the city.
LOWEST PRICES.
WALTER J. SIMMONS & CO.,
HATTERS AND FURRIERS.
FASHIONABLE
F?LL HATS I
Kurs and Fur Trimmings. High Grade
Silks Opera, Soft and Stilf Hats.
Fine and Cheap Ladles* and Misses- Golf
Hats. Gloves, Canes nnd Hat Cases.
SHE R WOODS
HATTIST AND FURRIER,
325 MAIN ST.
SAW HILL,
And Railroad Supplies,
Hardware anil Ship Chandlery
"Giant" nnd "Giant Planer." Leather
Belting. "Giant." "Grahltfc," and "iShuw
nut" Rubin r Belting,
Agents for Knowi??' Steam Pumping
Machine!

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