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The Jim Crow Car Law Will Like?
ly be Amended.
SOME OBJECTIONS TO IT.
Death <if Mr. .Toslnh Ryland, Jr., Second
Auditor or tho Stnte?Vacancy Will bo
Filled by tho Governor-Terrlblo Kxpo
rlonco of Kmployco of Richmond Loco?
motive Works?Resignation of a Tas
tor?Council Summoned lleforo Hust?
ings Court -Death of Mrs. McGlnnlss.
(Special to Vlrglnian-Pilot.)
Richmond, Va., Oct. 10.?If the extra
session of the Legislature gives Its at?
tention to anything but the work of ar?
ranging for the constitutional conven?
tion, a question of considerable inter?
est will be brought up.
It is the amendment of the Jim Crow
law. There Is considerable complaint
now In different sections that the rnll
rouds, instead of furnishing separate
cars for the two races, are dividing
thoir cuaches In the middle, thus mak
:. Ing them exceedingly close and disa?
Some of the railroads, however, are
acting fair in the matter, and those
will not object to the luw being
JOS1AII RYLAND, JR., DEAD.
Josiah Ryland, Jr., for eight years
past Second Auditor of Virginia, died
at his home near this city to-day, aged
Mr. Ryland was attacked by pneu?
monia a few days ago, but the direct
cause of his deatii was heart trouble.
He succeeded Colonel Frank <S. Ruflin
as Second Auditor, In January, 1892,
and had well fulfilled the duties which
devolved upon him. ?
His wife died a few months ago. Ho
leaves live children?three sons and
GOVERNOR WILD "FILL, VACANCY.
The vavancy occasioned by Mr. Ry
land's death will be tilled by the Gov?
ernor pending the assembling of the
Legislature. As It. Is Important that
there should he no Interregnum, tho
appointment will doubtless be made
A TERRIBLE EXPERIENCE.
Mr. F. C. Bradley, an employe at the
Richmond Locomotive and Machine
"Works, had a terrible experience this
morning. While at work he put his
little finger in a heated iron tube.
The metal closed upon his finger and
lie was hold prisoner, while the iron
burned Into his flesh. A physician
?was summoned and started to ampu?
tate the linger, but as a chance of
saving it poured Ice water upon the
member. This reduced its size, and
the man was released. Ills tinner was
Rev. George M. Daniels, for several
years pastor of liandolph-Strret Bap?
tist Church here, yesterday tendered
his resignation. He will leave hero
the middle of November to take
charge of i.a dr?nge Church, In Chi?
JUDOE WITT SUMMONS COUNCIL.
The Councils of the city of Richmond
have been summoned to appear before
Judge Witt, of the Hustings Court, to?
morrow to explain why they have not
provided a suitable Jail for Richmond.
In this connection it Is of interest to
note that the Council was summoned
in-fore the Judge of'the Hustings Court
In 1886 for the same cause, but noth?
ing was done, and the Jttll has remain?
ed a disgrace to the city from that
day to the present time.
DEATII OF MRS. ANN MACGINNISS
Mrs. Ann MaeOlnnlss died here yes?
terday, in the 99th year of her age.
She was doubtless the oldest resident
of Virginia. Up to a few rlnys berore
her death she moved around freely ami
read without spectacles. She remem?
bered the Martinis de la Fayclte.
STATE CAPITOL NOTES.
Governor Tyler to-day granted a con?
ditional pardon to J. M. Young, of
Gray son, who Is serving n term in the
penitentiary for murder in the second
degree. He refused to pardon Charles
Wade, wl?Tls serving a term of eight
years for criminal assault, lie re?
moved the political disabilities of I).
C. Carlco, of Carroll county.
The following notaries hove been ap?
pointed by tin- Governor: R. M. Fig
get, Staunton; .1. M. Gray, Petersburg:
und L. Dawson. Richmond.
The Governor is Invited to deliver
an address at a Confederate gathering
nt Orange on October ISth, and another
at a similar meeting In Charles city
on the 21st.
He I" also asked to attend the meet
Ing of the Southern Industrial Con
ventlon in New Orleans December 4th
Commissioner K?lner will be engaged
with the [farmers' Institute tit the fol?
lowing places next week: Henry, Oc?
tober 22d; Patrick. October 23d: Frank?
lin, October 86th; Montgomery, October
27th: Botetourt, October 29th. Those
for the Second district will not be held
until after the election.
Attorney General Mont.-tptte will
ppenk in Oulpeper to-day und Tnze
well to-morrow. He will spend most of
the remainder of tho week in tin- Ninth
Judge Waddill went down to Norfolk
this afternoon, and to-morrow will ren?
der his decision in the case of Ryan
against the Seaboard Air Line Railway
Company. The question to be passed
upon concerns only Hie right or Mr.
Ryan to file an amended bill.
It is understood that .imbrc Waddill
will not prepare a. written opinion.
VIRGINIA CATTLE QUARANTINE.
ITS SUSPENSION FOR THREE
(Speclnl to Virginian-Pilot.)
Blacksburg, Va., pet. 16.?AI the an?
nual meeting of the Interstate Asso?
ciation of Livestock Sanitary Boards,
held in Louisville. October 2d and 3d.
Rino, It was recommended to tie- United
States Department of Agriculture that
the cattle quarantine be suspended for
the months of November and Decem?
In accordance with this recommenda?
tion President MoBryde, of the Vir?
ginia Polytechnic Institute, who is
secret.ary of the board, gives notice
that the cattle quarantine hi Virginia
is released within the abov - r.poclflcd
All parties desiring to move cattle
across the quarantine line should do
so within the months stated above, as
no permits can bo granted after Jan?
uary 1st, 1301.
COMPLETION OF IMPORTANT N. &
Roanoke. Vn., Oct. 15.?The new cut
ofT. a short line the Norfolk and West?
ern has been at work upon for some
time past to connect Bclsprlng, on the
New River Line, and a point near
Vleker's Switch, on the main line, was
opened for business yesterday, and the
freight trains are now running over it.
The new line Is almost level and avoids
many grades existing in the old route.
It cost MOO.000 to build and Is about
eight miles long. There Is a long tun?
nel nnd an Iron bridge, the latter span?
ning New river. Passenger trains will,
continue to run around by Radford as
Mr. Wm. Westmoreland Assassi?
nated Early Sunday Morning.
Mnrrlnc? or Miss Emmerich to Mr. I)rayfu??
? MIsh Sycle to Sir. Elgenbrum, In Itlcli
mond Wvdiiosduy Tlio Oild Fellows -
Petersburg, Va.. Oct. 15.?Wm. West?
moreland, aged 35 years, married and
residing on McKenzie street, In this
city, was assassinated yesterday
morning between 1 and 2 o'clock at the
Pocahontas Cotton Mills, at the foot
of Wyoming street, in Battersea, a su?
burb of Petersburg, where he was em?
ployed as private night watchman.
About the hour stated three pistol
shots, fired in quick .succession, were
heard by some of the residents in the
vicinity of the mills. Mrs. Dolly
Marks, who heard the shots, rushed to
I he mills, where sue found Westmore?
land lying on the ground In front of
the oilice of the mills, dying from the
wound which had been Inflicted by the
assassin. Other neighbors, including
Henry Wells, father-in-law of the mur?
dered man. were also soon at the
scene of the murder. Only one of the
three shots fired by the assassin took
effect. The hall llrsl struck Westmore?
land in the lleshy part of the left arm.
then entered Just over the heart and
lodged in the buck. Me was never con?
scious after being shot, and died half
an hour after receiving his mortal
wound. The ball was llred from u 38
calibre revolver. Hy Westmoreland's
side was found his pistol, none of the
chambers of which were *>mpty.
Westmoreland wns required to make
rounds of the mills every hour, and
his watchman's time dutector showed
that he made a round of the mills at
1 o'cloi k. At the time hn was shot he
was in the act of going Into the otlice,
which Is only a few yards from the
mills. The fact that an axe, crowbar,
colliding pin und a lot of kerosene oil
was found near where Westmoreland
lay leads to,the belief that the object
of the assassin or assassins was llrst
to murder the watchman nnd then set
tiro to the mills. The murdered man
had been watchman at the Pocnhonta.s
Mills for the past five years. Yester?
day a coroner's Inquest was held. The
verdict of the jury was to the effect
that Westmoreland came to his death
from a pistol shot wound inflicted by
some person unknown to tho Jury.
Fully 50 people yesterday visited the
sei ne of the murder. Three white men
hailing from Ndrth Carolina were ar?
rested by the police on suspicion of be?
ing Implicated in the murder,
E M M ERIC H?DREY FC SS.
This evening at 5:30 o'clock the home
of Mr. M. Emmerich, on High street,
presented a very pretty scene, the oc?
casion being the marriage of his
daughter, Addle, to Mr. Isidore Drey
fuss. The house was tastefully dec?
orated with palms and smilax, enter
twined with white satin ribbon. At
the appointed hour, to the strains of
Mendelssohn's wedding march, the
bride, carrying it whltee satin Bible
and gowned in an elegant, robe of
white crepe de ebene, trimmed In
Duchess and point lace, entered with
her sister. Miss Senora Emmerich,
who acted as maid of honor. She
wore white net over white satin, nnd
carried American Reauties. At the
same time the groom In the conven?
tional evening suit, entered with his
best man. Mr. Henry Sigismund Hutss
ler, of Richmond. During the cere?
mony the sweet strains of ?'('all Me
Thine Own" were softly rendered.
Quests were present from Richmond.
Philadelphia ami New York. The
ceremony was followed by an elegant
dinner. The couple left on an extend?
ed bridal tour North. The bride is a
very at tractive young lady and nt one
time was a teacher in the East Ward
public school. The groom Is a large
box manufacturer of New York city.
t hief Engineer E. V. Farley, of the
lire department who has been in at?
tendance upon the ((invention of Fire
Engineer Chiefs in Charleston, s. C,
has returned homo.
Mr. Eddie Eigenbrum and Miss Hat
tie Virginia Sycle will be married at
the Jefferson Hotel, in Richmond, on!
Wednesday next, at 0 p. m. The pros?
pective bride is a daughter of Mr. SI-(
mon Sycle, a prominent merchant of
Richmond, ami the groom-elect Is one
of Petersburg's leading clothing mer?
chants. The marriage will be followed
by a brilliant reception at the Jeffer?
Til K ODD FELL) >WS.
Grand Masler Dahl win delivered a
neet interesting address to-night at
the Oild Fellows' Hall before the three
lodges of Odd Fellows of this city. This
?rternoon the Grand Master was taken
out en n drive to the linos in front of
Major F. R. Lnssltcr. the Democratic
nominee for Congress from the Fourth
District of Virginia, ami Mr. R. K.
Lee, Jr.; addressed a huge crowd ?o
day :it Dimviddle court House on the
political Issues of the day.
Mr, Lawson Tr?ylnr, n widely known
farmer of Chesterflold county, nrosc in
his usual health this morning about
o'clock and drove to Mntoaca with
son.f his children, who are employed
in the Matoaca cotton factory. He re?
turn., 1 home ami was seized with a
pain in his head and fell dead.
KH.l.KD i>N RAILROAD.
Some days ago n. . negro named
Arthur Jones was found dead on (he
track of the Norfolk and Western Rail?
way, near Dlsputanioi, with his body
horribly mangled. It was at llrst
thought that he bad been run over an I
killed by some passing train. There is
now, however, a strong suspicion that
Jones was tirst murdered and bis body
placed on the railway track. It Is said
that a detective is at work on the case.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm, L, Zimmer have
returned from Europe, where they have
been spending some months.
A New Pastor Accepts Call to
the Baptist Church,
He v. I., v.. Hnrton, at Hope, Ark., toSuccectl
Itev. J. F. I.ovo-Political Specking nt
Courtlam! Huaband and IVIfe Convict?
ed for Steallug Smlthdcld's New Bank.
(Special to Vlrglnlan-Pllot)
Suffolk. Va., Oct. 15.?Tho Suffolk
Baptist Church is to have a new pas?
tor. On Sunday a letter was received
from Rev. L. E. Barton, of Hope, Ark.,
declaring that he would accept. The
position was lately made vacant by the
resignation of Rev. J. F. Love, who |
has accepted a pastorate at Wadesboro,
N. C. The new pastor will enter on
the discharge of the duties about De?
Mr. Hope is a young minister, being
just 30 years of ago. He was married
about two years ago to Miss Hurt, of
Powhatnn county, Va. Miss Hurt
taught for several years In Holllns In?
stitute. They have no children. The
coming pastor is a brother of Dr. Bar?
ton, who hns many friends 'In Virginia.
Dp to 1S03 the Suffolk Baptist Church
had as its pastor Itev. H. A. Bngby,
who then became pastor of Cavalry
Church. Richmond. The salary Is $800
by Suffolk and ?200 by Driver.
SPEAKING AT COURTLAND.
The Democratic. Republican and
Labor tickets all had stump represen?
tatives at Courtland, Southampton
county, to-day. This was court day.
The Democrats were represented by
Judge W. H. Mann, of Nottoway, and
Col. K. R. Griffin, of Portsmouth. The
Republicans hnd Columbus TV. Lassi
ter. .Ionian Thompson and others.
Labor candidate Williams made
CONVICTED OF COW STEALING.
Dick Skinner, convicted of cow steal?
ing, will to-morrow be taken from
Gatesvllle to the North Carolina State
penitentiary by Sheriff R. O. Rtddlck.
He goes for one year for cow stealing,
.fudge T. N. McNcal, in passing sen?
tence, expressed regret that he could
not send Skinner for live years. This
he could not do. for the cow was valued
at less thtin $20.
Bettle Skinner, the wife, who was an
accomplice In the theft, pleaded with
the court to let her go with Dick to the
penitentiary. She was sent to the
county jail for six months.
They are making good progress In
the organization of the new bank
Smtthfield. Mr. M. F. Langhorne, the
principal promoter, told me this after?
noon that $LS.000 worth of stock had
been taken. One man can't buv but
$2.000 worth. Though buyers could be
gotten In Richmond find Norfolk, the
new bank will be local, and the capi?
talization will not be over $25,000 or
$30,000. Mr. Langhorne himself Is
man of means. He is largely interest?
ed with Colonel C. F. Day In the own?
ership of the SmithQcld Peanut Com?
VIRGINIUS KILBY WINS.
A. big juniper swamp was the stake
for which V. S. Kilby. formerly of
Suffolk, and the Richmond Cedar
Works contended for four days in the
Superior Court at Gatesvllle, N. O.
Kilby won. though the Cedar Works
Company Is considering an appeal.
Kilby gets a title to the tract and
$000 for the timber cut. from the time
of the company's invasion till October
11. 1S90, when suit was brought, and he
will receive a. Judgment for much more
for the Juniper cut since that date.
John Vann. of Winton, N. C, has been
appointed by the court to assess the
subsequent damages. The property is
In Perqulmans county, N. C, whence
the suit was removed to Gatesville.
John G. Eberwine nnd Abram Mil
teer. neighbors, hnd some difference of
opinion about a roadway which had to
he settled in Nansemotid Circuit court.
It was done to-day. Eberwine has to
no over Mtlteer's property. There used
to be a rlght-n-way that has be
( loscd. but a new one was opened.
Eberwine wanted to travel over the
original course and hired Attorneys
Holland hnd Withers to work for him.
Milteer got Judge Rawles.
The court entered a decree In Eber
wine's favor, but left the matter open
for the appointment of a commission to
locate the old roadway if it can't be
found any other way.
Tho Holland Democratic rally will in
held Thursday. The people are tlxim;
for two meetings?one nt 3 o'clock, to
be addressed i>v Hon. H. L. Maynnrd,
nnd another nt 7. to he talked to by
lions. 'William Shands and A. M.
At 2:30 o'clock- Saturday they will
have addresses at Orange Hall, Driver,
The sneakers will be E; E. Holland and
J. U. Barges, both of Suffolk.
Air. A. S. Eley Will leave to-morrow
for tt two weeks' visit to Locust Dale
Mrs. A. M. Chanhell nnd Mrs. A. II
Bawer left to-day for Wiirrenton to at?
tend a King's Daughters meeting.
Mrs. Virginia Dodgers is ill and is
attended by a daughter. Mrs. P. E.
Green, of Norfolk.
Colonel smith and Mr. Causey have]
returned from Stnunton.
The Suffolk football team to-day re- (
reived their new uniforms. They had \
the llrsl outdoor practice this arter-j
noon at Peanut Park.
Read th.- ads. about n found carriage I
robe and i tinner wanted.
Mr. T. ?'. Harrison, an attorney of1
Wohlon. N. C.; has been visiting Mr.
Frank P. llowell. near Suffolk.
A PLEASANT DPTY.-"When I know
anything worthy of recommendation i
consider it my duty to tell It, si>* Rev.
,t Murdo k, of Hamburg. Pa. "Or.
Aenew's Cntnrrbnl Powder has cured me
of Cntnrrh of five vears stnndhi't. It is
<?crtMit.lv magical in Its effect. The tirst
application benefited me in llvf minutes
I would nol Im without It in the house.
For wale bv It. P Holmes.- 17._
F' N'P one CARRIAGE ROBE in
front of Citv li.tit. Loser enn rcc< - -
,ier by proving property and paying
1 charges. j. c smith & CO, ii
WANTED A FIRST CLASS TINNER
\> nt one. Apply 10 MAX WEI II
; MANN. Sufi .Ik. Va. oclt.-.,t
\LBERT HOWARD OARRETT, l>l
reotor Vocal Department Norfolk
I Conservatory, will moot pupils SATUR
; day AFTERNOONS for private Instruc
; tlon in Vocal culture nnd Singing, at 07
j Main St.. Suffolk. _ OClS-lW*
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Insurance; to receive UNION
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ST. ALBAN'S ELEVEN DEFEATED?
PERSONAL NEWS NOTES.
(Special to Vlr^Inian-PlIot.)
[Delayed In Transmission.]
Hnmpden-SIdnoy, Va., Oct. 12.?The
smoke ot battle has cleared away, and
the garnet and gray waves triumphant?
ly in tho breeze in her initial appear
unce on the gridiron this season.
Hampden-Sidncy College easily defeat?
ed the St. Alban's eleven, at the Farm
ville fair grounds this morning,' amid
an immense crowd of cheering people,
in halves of twenty minutes each, by
the score of twenty-one to nothing (21
Hampden-Sldney started the "ball to
rolling" by kicking off to St. Alban's,
when advanced the ball about fifteen
yards, but Hampdcn-Sidney by beauti?
ful defensive work kept her opponents
from advancing the ball in three suc?
cessive downs. Osbournc, Gtlllam,
Hawkos, Jones, all of them heavy,
strong youngsters, were persistently
pushed through St. Alban's center or
ends for substantial gains of ten, fif?
teen and twenty yards. The St. Al?
ban's boys tried their best to hold this
human battering ram, but they were
swept from their feet, and were liter?
ally dragged over the field. Gilliam
skirted left end for a touch down. In
just five minutes after the ball bad
been put into play Quarterback Hooper
sent his right foot Into the oval and
speeded It fairly between the uprights
and over the cross-bar for the first
goal?the score standing 6 to 0. St Al?
bans kicked off to H.-S., nnd Hiebt
Half Back Jones caught the ball a lid
by some of the prettiest ducking, dodg?
ing and jumping over seen on a grid?
iron advanced the ball 'to the center of
the field. H.-S. by continuously ham?
mering the line finally sent Glllltim
across for the second touch down.
Hooper failed to kick goal?the score
standing eleven to nothing (11-0). The
two teams battled with each oilier for
the remaining ten minutes, but H.-S.,
when very near the goal of St. Alban's.
fumbled the ball, and the ball was lying
quietly on the ground near the left
tackle, when Hooper, with the eye of
an eagle, spied it. and by the assistance
of Rudy, who dragged him across the
line, scored the third touch down.
Hooper again failed to kick goal?score
standing 10 to 0.
St. Albans seemed to rally In the sec?
ond half, and H.-S. was only success?
ful In scoring one touch down, by send?
ing Gilliam around right end for live
yards. Hooper's foot, however, seem?
ed to have lost its cunning, and his
kick sent the ball wide of the upright,
failing to make goal. Score standing
21 to 0. There was only a few minutes'
of play left after the touch down. The
terrific strain was telling, and the fum?
bles were frequent on both sides, with
H.-S. geeting a shade the better of the
play, for the ball was on St. Alban's fif?
teen yard line when the whistle was
Hampden-Sldney's work was charac?
terized by" splendid Interference
throughout the game, and the quick?
ness of her men at getting Into play.
Gilliam, Osboume, Jones and Rudy, for
Hampden-Sldney, and Balrd and Lewis
Jengles, for St. Alban's, did magnifi?
cent work. The teams lined up as fol?
H.-S. Position. St. Alban's.
Rudy . left end . Mungerd
Gilliam .left tackle. Daniels
Cohn . left guard .... Nicholson
Roberts . center . Hoffic
Davis, L. L. .right guard .Wainwright
Osboume ....right tackle. Brooks
Hawkes . right end ..McReynolda
Hooper. quarter back .Bagby (Cap.)
Jones . right half back .. Dacgett
Kemper (Cap.) .left, half back ..Jengles
McCorkle _ full back . Balrd
Umpire?Mr. English. Referees?
Messrs. Otk-y and Vandersllce.
The student body of this glorious old
college has adopted resolutions abolish?
ing hazing, and we are glad to say that
the evil was not very prevalent In our
midst, but we notice that V. 1*. I. and
V. M. I. have adopted the same reso?
lutions, showing that thp Virginia col?
leges are getting into line about this
Rev. J. W. Wauchope preached nn
eloquent sermon last Sunday morning
in the college church to an unusually
Dr. Mcllwalne conducted services In
the chapel last Sunday night, and gave
a grand discourse that deligted his
Hon. W. Y. Johnson, of Norfolk, was
on "The Hill" last Sunday paying his
son a Hying visit, who is attending col?
lege bette this session.
The students all took advantage of
the holiday given them to-day. and took
In the sights at the Farmyllle fair.
THE INSTITUTE AND WASHING?
TON AND LEE FOOTBALL
(Special to Virginian-Pilot.)
Lexington. Ya.. <>et. 15.?During a
drenching rain to-day the Virginia
Military Institute eleven defeated
Washington ami Lee University by a
score of 11 to 0. The chief feature of
the gamp was the number of fumbles
made by both teams. As W. and L. U.
was greatly outweighed, she did some
fine work in holding the V. M. I. boys
down to such a score. W. and L. I',
was also playing substitutes at quarter
and both halves, the regular players
having been laid up sonic days ago
Oberilm at tackle. Swartz and Rledsoe
lit ends, mill Al'nn nt centre did the
star playing for 111? 'varsity, while Mr
Ca be, Roller arid Kirk curried off the
honors for V M. If Roth touchdowns
v.en- made in the first half, ut'tcr which
the 'vnrsltx .'an- I tip and held (hem
down for C.iO sei-.nd half. The line up
was as fvilow'a:
V. m. I. I ?'itions \Y. and L. r.
Wise . rlgl : emi . Sivartz
Piteo. right tt"'Ulo_... Oherlin
l.oftwlck _ left rtifird ? ?? Crockett
Wright . centre.Mian. R H.
Johnson . left gm r,; .lenklns
Marshall, <:.. loft iitcv.le . Ellis
Tucker, Pawn .left end .Rledsoe
Roller . quarter ??? Allan, w.
m.cCahe . left heir .... Thompson
Claggctt . right half .Montgomery
Kirk . full . Runkel
Time of hnl'-es, I". nnd H? minutes.
Umpire- Daniel?, rlf W. and L, U. Rcf.
erec?Marrow, of V. M. I.
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DELPHIA BANKER DROPPED
Hampton. Va., Oct. 15.?Cashier Wil?
liam Pugii, of the Treasury office in
Philadelphia, went over to Hampton
jail, where he identified Harry W.
Stewart .Ts tin* man who presented the
alleged forged check on Chaplain Mor?
ton, securing$238. When confronted by
the cashier Stewart was exceedingly
nervous, but put on a hold front anil
denied that he had ever been in Phila?
delphia. The local authorities'will not
surrender the prisoner until he has
been tried on the charge of attempting
to utter a forged check on Schmelz
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EXAMINATION AND CONSULTATION FREE.
Bros.' Bank. Assistant Treasurer J. P. j
Flnney( of tlie Treasury ottlcc, was also !
at Old Point looking ov<ir tho case.
The Philadelphlans left for home last
William F. Wall, employed In a cnndy
shop In Hampton, dropped dead ia
front of tho place yesterday morning,
presumably of heart disease. The Coro?
ner has taken charge of the body and ?
is waiting to learn the address of the
relatives before disposing of it. The
deceased was said to be 57 years old.
He came to Hamilton from Howard
county, Md., about live years ago. He
Is said to have relatives living in Bal?
of Cut Glass..
is immense. You
can purchase it at
Surprisingly Low Prices!
We earnestly ask you to
look it over?it will pay you.
You don't want to tail to
sec our stock of
Sterling Silver Goods*
Among thcrri you can find
something to please you at a
Gale Jewelry Co.
eat! and Be Wise!
Prices that can't be Beat.
i Standard Granulated Sonar .?'.-.
Rest It illliunre l.ard . !?.;
Rest itiiiiiipiiro Mams.i ???
It.?It iltlnioiv Itaeon . .. 1 le.
Williams' Extra I'amlly Mini Meal '??
I 7 lbs, Pest Out Flukes . .L'.ie.
Prlneers Mills :t lb pkii, Rn.kwhcnt 1.",
Knullless Petal,, < !,!;..- .. iVe. lir.
I in pki; New l.uyei Flj? . ft..
New Cranberries .It'ii q<.
I Shredded Cocoa nut ..... .1pkg.
Shredded Almonds (now) .lue. pk-:
? New ion . .i.V.
1 lb. i.kg Rlllsill*. l.''..e.
Good I., inen ID do?.
; lies! Quality 3 lb. Tiinuitues .sc.
PRICESBBLO'iV FC I THIS WEI K 0:1 Y
Al and below ros!--for ca3h only.
LIUr.V. McNK.II. & URRY'S
I hip Beef. I-Ii. can .1 ? !,
Chip Beef. '.S-lb. can .IOC.
Rons! Reef. 2-lti. , an .l?ti.
Veal I .oaf. II' ?uu ..:.If.c.
Veal l.o.ifi Ji-lb. onii .:?.-.
Ilnm 1.01*1. l-lb < ni .i5c.
Reef l.eal. l-lb cm . .15e.
Chicken l.rt:\f. l-lb. can .20c.
Chicken lo.it'. u.lb. can .l.',.r.
Shceil Ilnm. I-K> can. ..'."<.
Plum Pudding l-lb can .sc.
Potted Ilnm nnd Tongue .le.
VAN' CAMP & < ' ?'S
l-lb. cans Raked Roans .M.
i l'-IIi. cans Raked Reaps .W/jc
' 3-jll. cans Raked Mean.Ifi ?.
:t-ll>s. rmnpk.iii Pi.- .I::' >e.
?.? Ii.s. Sliced Ittels.S 1-:!.-.
Pint Catsup .R i-3c,;
Saur Kraut .lOe,
Van Camp's concentrated Soup liiiti no
equal. This week's sale will go at 7V&C.
We are agents for Royal Cream Flour,
the In st in the w el Id
I Ask for what you want. We have
everything, come uaiiy before the rush.
VA. GROCERY GO.
D. PENDER, Pro'p.
To bo compelled to wear a truss Is a
great misfortune, but to many they aro
a necessity, and you should look for the
Our variety Is larco and enables us to
tit any condition and we guarantee a sat
Silver Wire Truss,
Honest John Truss,
Seeley Rubber Truss,
N. Y. Electric Truss,
and Other Makes.
Special apartment for fitting and ad
jtutiui; t'ru! ses.
Burrow Hi i ft
296 MAIN STREET.
A. WRENN & SONS
24 to 40 Union Street. _
NORFOLK, - VIRGINIA.
MA NI" FACT?RERS O F
AND BUSINESS WAGONS OF ALL
K IN I >s.
Our Wire Wheel, Rubber Tire Runa?
bouts find Surreys arc the Handsomest
Largest variety ever shown In these
PRICES LOW! QUALITY HIGH!
-LARGE STOCK OF?
Arc you building? If so,
you will need ....
Visit our show rooms anil s?e tho
latest designs, or nui>be. you want
an estimate on
Doors, Windows and
We make these and 1 von don't
have to wait. Patronize HOME IN
WHITE HPBDWBHE CO.
309 MAIN ST., N0RF0LK.VA.