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The Steamer Dumont Taken From
the James River Line,
JUDGE WADDILL'S DECISION.
Tito Victory of Mr. Thomas F. Rrmi Oci-n
?lonod Surprise in tho Capltnl City?
I uiiiM nl or Second Auditor Kj laud -
Capital Notes-Death of Mrs. AV. E.
Crokrr In Japan-Other Missionary
N'otr*-Propres? of tho Democratic Can
VMS?Accidentally Shot While Hunting.
(Special to Virginian-Pilot.)
Uichmond. Va? Oct. 1C?The steamer
Dumont, of the Now James River
Line, which has been plyliiR between
this city and Norfolk Tor sonic weeks
past, has been taken off, and it Is not
>ot known whether the service will
The Dumont Is owned, by Baltimore
parties, and she was tji-ken off the
river by them at such brief notice to
Mr. F. V. Archer, the general rann
uger, that he did not have time to no?
tify his patrons, and some trouble was
thereby occasioned them.
Mr. Archer Is now at tho North in
search of another boat, and his subor?
dinates here express the hope that the
tri-weekly ser\ ice w ill soon be re?
JUDGE AVADDILL'S DECISION.
The decision of Judge Waddlll In the
case of Thomas F. Ryan vs. tho Sea?
board Air Line, rendered in Norfolk
to-day, occasioned some surprise here.
Mr. Ryan has been so uniformly un?
successful in his suits against that
rond that this victory, small though it
be and not Involving the merits of the
case, was not looked for.
AUDITOR RYLAND'S FUNERAL.
The remains of Second Auditor Joslab
Ftyland, Jr., were taken to King and
Queen county this afternoon. The fun?
eral will lake place from Rrulngton
Church to-morrow afternoon. The pall?
bearers, w ho accompanied tho remains
i" tlie train, were:
Honorary?Governor .T. H?ge Tyler,
Col. Morton Marye, .Major A. VV. Hnr
mnn, Cnptaln J. II. O'Banno'n, captain
II. T. Owens; Richard AY. Maurv, John
C. Williams, \V. lt. Jones. L. A. Jeter
and Hon. Henry R. Pollard.
Active?Messrs. O. B. Fleet. av. O.
'?atl"it. AV. Chase Morton, George L.
Hiiynes, Tucker K. Sands, B. S. Bag
land. \V. M. L?ck, Newton Walker.
The Hoard of Education will probably
meet Friday to elect a superintendent
<d' schools for Puiaskl county.
A copy ol' the Porto Klean election
law has been received at the office of
the Secretary of the Commonwealths
In many respects the law is similar
to that of Virginia.
Mr. C. \V. St. i'lair, deputy sergeant
o( Wllllumsburg, who brought "Topeka
Joe" from Oregon, was at the C.ovor
nor'n office to-day. He says his people
uro very sore over Joe's escape from the
Governor Tyler has honored a requi?
sition from tho Governor or West Vir?
ginia from n prisoner who has been lo?
cated 111 this State, and who is wanted
there for murder. The man is not yet
Tin; following notaries have been ap?
pointed: li. G, Johnson. Accomne; J.
M. Cray, Petersburg.
MISSIONARY N OTES.
News has just been received by the
Foreign Mission Hoard of the Southern
Baptist Convention, of the death, in
Japan, of Mrs. W. 10. Croker, who went
6?I from South Carolina as a mission?
ary lo China not <inite one year ago.
She died on tho 15th of September, Just
the day following tie- birth <>t' her little
daughter, who Is still living.
The latest letters from China re
, eived by the board, dated September
lilh, and received to-day, indicate that
i he disturbance in central n'nd north
china are censing. This is particularly
true of tho Yam; Tse valley, where
some of the missionaries an- leaving
Shanghai to k<> blick to their posts
farther in the Interior.
A letter from the Rev. ay. aw Lawton
at Chlhg Klang, suites that things are
Tn?mpnratlvely quiet there. By ibis is
not meant that there an- no disturb
ri?:< !l and that work is in a normal
condition, but only that it can still be
carried on, though under difficulties.
In South China and around Canton,
and up the West river, there is a groat
deal of foverb hiiess. but so far no de?
struction Of life <>r properly, ex. Dipt the
destruction of the two chapels near
Canton, already noticed.
Misses Moon. Thompson, Dultorti
Parker and Rev. AY. l?:. Crocker are
refugees in Japan, whore possibly Hey.
J. \v. Lowe and family also arc, bin
flic last heard of them they were at
Tslngtnn, in the German settlement in
? ?hina. Dr. .1. P.. Hnrtwell, Kcv. Pey?
ton Stephens and others are Milt ;it
<'bee FOO, more or less in lunch with
the native preachers, teachers, arid
<'n the whole, everything points to ti
lunch more quiet condition than oni
THE DEMOCRATIC CANVASS.
c.dotiei Button has returned froth
Amhcrst, w here he attended court yes?
terday. He is much pleased with the
result of the joint ?lehnte there yes?
terday between the Democrats and
Republicans, and cays the county Is in
Captain J. Buskins Hobson, of Pow
hatan, and Hon. George Y. Hunlcy, of
Mathews, were callers at headquarters
this morning. They reported the out -
look as being bright for Democratic
SUCCesS 111 their respective sections.
Captain Hobson will spend tho re?
mainder of tho week In Brunswick
county, where he has seven engage?
ments to speak.
Colonel Button has received a letter
from Hon. Harry St. George Tucker,
in answyer to an Invitation to Mr.
Tucker to make some speec hes tor Sen?
ator Flood, In which he says that, hi*
duties at Iiis school are BUCll as to pre?
vent hint from entering the campaign
sow. but adds that hud he been called
upon in the early days of the cam?
paign it would have afforded him much
plpnsurc to have complied with the re?
ACCIDENTA LLY SHOT.
Mr. John Stansbury. a well-knowi
young man of this city, wont hunting
yesterday with a friend, Andrew J
\Varron. The ;run can-led by the latter
was discharged accidentally, the whole
load entering Stansbury's ihiKh. it
was some hours before a physician
OCUld ?>? reached and the young man
Buffered fearfully. His condition to?
day is hopeful. %
DR, HAGLAND ILL.
Dr. c. D. Haglnnd. professor of chem?
istry at Hnndolph-Mncon College, was
brought to Richmond yesterday and
Placed at the Virginia Hospital, where
be will be under the treatment of Dr.
Landon 11. Edwards for pulmonary
troubles, from which he has been a
sufferer for some time.
Dr. Ragland is considered quite a
sick man and slnoe being ut tlie hospi?
tal tlicre has been little or no change
in his condition.
The engagement is announced of Miss
Alice Leo Moore, of Norfolk, to Mr.
James B. McCnw, Jr., of that city. Miss
Moore has been a frequent visitor to
Richmond und has always been the re?
cipient of much nattering attention
when in the city.
-V SAD CASE?A COUNTY MAR?
RIAGE, etc., ion-.
(Special to Virginian-Pilot.)
Petersburg, Va., Oct. 17.?Some days
ago it was stated In this correspondence
that Mr. Algie W. Lewis, a Widely
known farmer of Dinwiddle county,
had been adjudged insane and bad been
committed to the county jail there to ho
kept until be could be sent to an asy?
lum. Mr. Lewis' condition is now so
much improved that an effort is to be
mad.; to get him out of jail to be car?
ried homo to be cared for. The case "t
Mr. Lewis Is a very sad one, as bis
wife is now in an Insane asylum, where
she was only recently sent.
PURCHASED A PA K.M.
Mr. W. E. Pass, an ox-mcmbor of the
police force, has purchased a farm in
Chesterfield county, near Port Wal
thall, containing f.47 acres. Tin- price
paid was not mailt; public. Mr. Buss
and bis brother, Mr. E. C. Mass, who is
an cx-mcmber of the Common Coun?
cil, will remove from Petersburg as
soon as they can get possession of the
THE STATE HOSPITAL.
The addition which is being made to
the Central State Hospital Is rapidly
approaching completion, ami it is ex?
pected to have the building ready Cor
occupancy by the middle of next month.
It will have accommodations for ICO
SMALL PEANUT CROP.
A gentleman from Surry. who was in
the city to-day, said that about one
half oi" a crop of Virginia peanuts
would be made in that county, but that
there would not bo us much as half a
crop of Spanish nuts.
Mr. John 10. Towncs. eminent grand
generallsemo of the Grand Comman
dery, Knights Templar >>( Virginia, will
visit officially I>e Molay Commander}-.
I. c. T. No. 4, at Lynchburg on Thurs?
day evening next. The occasion will
be a very pleasant one. A handsome
banquet will be given and Dove Com?
mand cry, of Danville, and Bayard
Commandery, of Koanoke, will bo pres?
UNITED IX MARRIAGE.
At noon to-day, nt the residence of
Mr. Fred Lang, in Prince George coun?
ty, Miss I.la Brockwell and Mr. Frank
Wagner were united In marriage. Mr.
James Collins, of this city, whs best
mnn and Miss Mary Brockwell, sister
of the bible, was maid of honor. The
bride Is a daughter of Mr. .T. M. Brock
Well, of Disputants, and the groom a
popular young merchant or Petersburg,
RPWORTH LEAGUE RALLY.
A big rally of the Epworth League of
Petersburg and vicinity w ill be held on
Thursday night. October 25th. The ad?
dress will bo delivered by Rev. Coke
Smith, of Norfolk.
SAM JONES BREAKS DOWN
IS ON the verge OP NERVOUS
Tbc Atlanta Constitution publishes
Rev. Sam I*. Jones is threatened
with nervous prostration, and. to avoid
a physical collapse, has decided to can-"
eel till Iiis lecture dates and take a
The famous evangelist has been con?
tinually Oil the go for many years,
and the terrible mental and physical
strain has at last began to tell on him.
ills endurance for so long without rest
has been a soured of wonder to bis
friends, who have frequently wnrned
bint that bo was in danger of pros?
trating himself. Mr. Jones refused to
heed these warnings and abandon his
lecturing tour and evangelistic work,
but during bis recent trip through
Virginia and the Carolinas he himself
noticed a waning of his physical pow?
ers und bei nine alarmed.
lb- came to Atlanta yesterday morn?
ing to ut tend a meeting of the building
committee of tin- auditorium at Young
Harris Institute, which was held in
tic Constitution business Office, and
while iix the city consulted his physi
clari, Dri Hnrdlh. The latter frankly
tohl Mr. Jones thai unless be took a
rest a collapse was inevitable, und ad?
vised him to go to bis home at Cartor
ylllo and do no work until bis nerves
i ccovered their tone.
Mr. Jones promised to follow bis
physician's advice, and the voice of
the eloquent and hggresslvc evangelist
will perhaps be beard no more tills
While in Atlanta Mr. Jones, speaking
of his condition, said:
''Yes, the doctor tells nie I am on the
DVO of nervous prostration. The trou?
ble licgnn with me a year ago, and little
by little has grown into complications
that threaten my health to a degree
that forces me to rest. My kidneys,
stomach and spine lire in the present
Involvement, and all comes from over?
Tin: west end furnace in
(Special to Virginian-Pilot.')
! Koanoke, Va., Oct. 10.?The City Ser
! genii! l.as levied on the property of the
I West End Furnace to satisfy two at
I tachments. One was for JJ4.71s.SJ for
the Virginia Iron and C?kc company,
and the Other for W\ for Huff, An?
drews ?<- Moyler.
The furnnco has not been in opera?
tion regularly for several weeks, on ac?
count of shortage of ore and other
troubles. It is lipped that the claims
may bo adjusted in some way, and the
furnace resume operation.
A Difficult Sur?icnl Operation
(Special to Vlrglnlnn-Pllpt.)
Richmond, Va.. Oct. 1C?-Dr. Hugh
M, Taylor performed a very d illicit It
operation at the Virginia Hospital lo
lay, removing a large part of tin- bin
' one from a woman suffering with tu?
berculosis. The patient took no chlore
orm, but the operation was rendered
? Ainless by I he insertion of l.'i 'drops of
four per cent, solution of cocaine nt the
huso of the spinal column. The patient
retained the sense of touch. The opera?
tion was a success. It lias never before
been performed In the South.
A Contest With Portsmouth on
the Gridiron Likely.
Tool Cime May Go to tlio Supreme Court of |
Appenla- Organ Kcoltul to bo Repeated
? Closing Saloon* in Courtlamt ? Jlrlof j
Item? of Interest.
(Special to Virginian-Pilot.)
Suffolk. Va., Oct. 16.?Portsmouth will
likely bo the first town Suffolk's foot?
ball eleven will go up against, bu^ the
Uute has not yet been definitely deter?
mined on. Tho locals had a letter from
Portsmouth to-day. suggesting a game
in Portsmouth October That day
would suit Suffolk, as well as the 25th
or 26th. and then, too, they want the
first game on homo grounds. In the
meantime they expect to keep on prac?
CASK FOR SUPREME COURT.
Circuit Judge Prent Is has not yet
made public his decision on the Norfolk
und Western Railroad Company's mo?
tion for a new trial In the case of Wil?
liam Poole, whose administrator was
awarded $5.000 for the '088 of Poole's
life In the Lake KU by wreck, June 9
of last year. No matter which way I
Judge Prcntis decides tho motion the
?rase will probably be taken to the
Court of Appeals.
WILL BE REPEATED:
The organ concert at St. Paul's Sun?
day afternoon was very pleasing to
tho audience, and was also a promise
of other good things to follow In the
same line. In tho absence of a place
to go Sunday afternoons people aro
very glad of an opportunity to hear
real music without price. Rev. J. B.
Dunn, rector, opened with prayer and
those who made the entertainment
were Misses Frances Qulmby, organ;
Helen Qulmby, violin, and Florence
COURTLAND'S LIQUOR PROBLEM.
Beaten in all the courts in their ef?
forts to get legal permits for the sale
of ardent spirits, some of the liquor
men in Courtland have closed their
places of business, grocery departments
and all. Those who contemplate leav?
ing town or going into some other sort
of business at home are R. E. White
head. Benjamin "/Ao and w. R. Ed?
wards, Kaitz Co., of course, shut up!
I their liquor department, but still run
All this whiskey arotation over there
has set some of the people talking
about getting a dispensary law, fash?
ioned after the manner of the statute
which govern the liquor business In
Franklin. Even that would meet with
opposition, for the "rtrys," having;
gained a victory at considerable cost,
would be loth to relinquish anything
WELL TWENTY-FIVE TEARS.
Rev. John Stanley Thomas, pastor of
the Presbyterian Church, had word to?
day from his father. Congressman
Charles R. Thomas, that their mother
Is ill at New Lern, N. C. It is her first
serious Illness In twenty-live years.
Rev. Thomas will leave early to-mor
row for his mother's bedside, and hence
there will bo no mid-Week services
Wednesday evening at his church.
Charles G. Amsden, ahead of the Col?
umbia Opera Company, which will ap?
pear next Monday at the City Hall
Theatre in "Pinafore," was in town
Mr. AS'. T. Hunter and bride, formerly
Miss Ja nie Williams, have returned
from their Northern honeymoon. Thev
arrived in Courtland yesterday to visit
tho bride's relatives prior to going
home in Wilmington. N. C.
Attorney w. s. Holland, of Windsor,
was In Suffolk this evening.
Messrs. M'. G. Elam and J. E. West
left to-day for Alexandria, A'a.. to at?
tend a meeting of insurance men.
Miss Kate Brown, of oxford. N. <\.
registered at the Commercial Hotel
Mr. AY. M. To bo is making a new
store front on R. L. Brewer & Son's
place. Pretty show- windows will be
Miss Eulalia AYillis. of New Bern. N.
C, Is in Suffolk as a guest of her aunt,
Mrs. AV. E. Penrce. <>n Main street.
Mrs. John B. Pinner and Miss Lizzie
Booker have gone to the King's Daugh?
ter's Convention at AVaironton._
Mrs. John Taylor and the Misses
Taylor were in Suffolk to-duy, guests
of the Commercial Hotel.
Mr. K. C. Barrett, of Norfolk, was in
Messrs. G. T.. Borum and IT. P. Cul
ley have eon.' to MatheWS county. A'a.
They expeel to be joined by Mr. J. AY.
Borum, of Norfolk.
LIEUTENANT BOA'ENTON EXON?
ERATED?A SERIOUS CHARGE.
Hann ton. Ya.. Oct. 16.? Tho commit?
tee appointed by Adjutant-General
William Nnllo to examine Lieuten?
ant-Commander J. AY. Boyentou, of
the Hampton Naval Reserves, com?
pletely exonerated that gentleman last
week, it will bo remembered that
.luring ihe. month of hist August a
long catalogue of accusations were
preferred by F.uslgn I. T. Jones, of
Phoebus, and of the same division,
charging his commander with incoin
potency, non-performance b? duty, ab?
seile,- from the city without leave, dis?
charging men who had attended regu?
larly the drill, and retaining those who
had hoi done so, etc., etc.,
YOUNG MAN ACCUSED.
\ wan.nit was sworn Out lasi night
for the arrest of B. Emmet, a young
white man. who has been working for
the N vvporl News and Old Point linll
wa\ and LClcctric Company. The war?
rant charges Emmet with stealing
wire from the enmpany. It is illvged
that the young man was caught in the
net of taking the wire from the power
house vesterday afternoon. Emmet
had net I, ? n located at any early hour
this moinlng. although Mayor Hope Is?
sued the warrant about 12 OCIOCK.
Emmet has. it is said, boon in similar
SUFFOLK ADVERTISE ME'TS
\MtKUT HOWARD GARRETT, KI
rector Vocal Department Norfolk
Conservnti ry, will meet pupils SATlirt
PAY. A FT !?? It NOONS for private Instruc?
tion in Voenl Culture and Singing, at g;
Main St., Suffolk. oclMw'
\ITANTi:i>. APPLICANTS FOR LIFE
W Insurance: to receive UNION
CENTRAL dividends VOU must have t.n
. Ion Central Policies. AVOOOAKD &
, Kl District Agent?. Suffolk, u,
PIG POINT IMPROVEMENTS?mar?
RIED IN WASHINGTON.
<sp?vlnl to VtrKlntan-Pllot.)
Newport News, Va.. Oct. 16.?In a few
months there will be in full operation
in this vicinity a magnificent hotel
that will be a strong competitor for
the Summer tourist travel to Old Point
and bids fair to claim a large share
of the Whiter travel that now goes to
the resorts of Southern Florida.
It may he stated at the outset that
the now hotel is not an air castle; on
the contrary, already some of the ma?
terial to be used in its construction
has arrived and contracts have been
made for everything necessary to its
The remoter of the enterprise, a
retired Northern capitalist, lias been in
the city for several weeks, but so
quietly lias the affair been managed
that it was not until yesterday that
an inkling of it was obtained. A re?
presentative of this paper unearthed
a clue to the plan, and after diligent
research it lias been enublcd to pre?
sent the facts.
MARRIED IN WASHINGTON.
A mnrrlngo license was yesterday
granted in Washington to Mr. Frank
Huff and Miss Ada M. McColoeh. hoth
of tills city. It Is supposed that the
couple were married yesterday. Noth?
ing Is known of it here as yet.
john B?SSETT pardoned?
STILili AT large.
Phoebus. Va.. Oct. 16.?John Basselt,
colored, who was convicted on the -1th
day of August, 1S90. for robbing Mrs.
Opdyke. of Phoebus, out of $700 and
was gU'on five years In the peniten?
tiary, has been pardoned by the Gov?
ernor and returned to Phoebus yes?
terday. Basset t Is much Improved in
health by his sojourn at the Stute Ho?
shields AT large.
Alex. Shields, colored, who escaped
from the Phoebus jail on Saturday,
is still at large.
FOR SECOND AUDITOR
GOVERNOR WILL SELECT A FIRST
(Special to Virginian-Pilot.)
Richmond, A'a., Oct. 16.?It is under?
stood that Governor Tyler will appoint
a man from the llrst district to suc?
ceed Second Auditor Ryland. His ob?
ject Is believed to be to select a man
strong enough to defeat In the election
by tin; Legislature W. McDonald Lee,
of that district, who was a warm sup?
porter of Senator Martin against Gov?
ernor Tyler in the hist Senatorial con?
test. It is also thought the Governor
is trying to get a man who will
strengthen Judge Phlegar In the legis?
lative election for the Supremo Court.
It looks as If Judge G. Taylor Garnott
will be iippointed to succeed Second
DECLINED TO MARRY
THE ACTION OF A PRESBY?
(Special to Virginian-Pilot.)
Richmond. Va.. Oct. 10.?Rev. Wil
linm C. Underwood, a well-known
Presbyterinn minister of Appomattox,
came here to-day to marry Miss B.
The license showed that Miss Bishop
bad been divorced from a man Who
enlisted in the Spanish war and after?
wards deserted her. The minister re
turnd the license this evening, his only
explanation being that ho could not
get married under that license, and
went home. Miss Bishop Is here.
Among Our Cotton Men
Weather In cotton belt continues
very satisfactory for saving the crop.
Spot cotton in Liverpool declined
3-16d. Sales, 5.000 bales, against 10,000 I
bales last year. The contract market
closed quiet and steady; I? points de?
cline in October, other positions de?
clining C to 7 points.
Future contract market In New York
declined 'J to IJ points, closing easy.
October, 9.2869-30; November, 9.12<@9.14;
January. email@example.com; August, 6.94<0>8.95.
Spot market quiet. ,i-]f,c. decline; mid?
dling, 10 1-16C. Stock, 37,075 bales,
against 110,663 bales last year.
The exports of cotton for the half
week from the United Stales amount to
I7r..js.? bales, against 130,107 bales same
time last year.
October contracts In New Orleans de
cllnod lo points, closing at S.'.'O. Mlil
clling cotton, !) fi-lOc?quiet ami easy.
Sales. 5,000 bales.
United S<ates port receipts yesterday
were 58,839 bales, against 44,153 bales
lust year and 74.?01 bales In ISPS.
The five leading interior towns have
received during the half week 91.800
b-iles. against tn'.Oii; bales last year and
184,428 bales in lv>s.
?lind Have Cork Helmets.
Army officers connected with the Quar?
termaster's department woro considera?
bly surprised at reading dispatches in
the papers Of the sufferings of the Amer?
ican troops in China, from the beat, oil
account of their hats, it was the belief
that the regiments sent to China had
been equipped with cork helmets and
that their campaign hats had been dls
carded. The heal of the sun Is danger?
ous, but overheating of the digestive
organs Is even more so. To overcome
irritation .and other stomach troubles
tbero is ii..thing to equal llostottcr's
Stomach Bitters. No matter how long
you mav have suffered from constipa?
tion. Indigestion, dyspepsia, liver and
klduoy tieiitilcs. the Bitters will cure
von. For tilt.v years the Hitlers has held
Its own In spite of many initiators. It
also purities the system, and creates a
hearty appetite. It Is an excellent tonic
for the nerves. Try It.
) has been used by Millions of
) Mothers for their children white
( Teething for over Fifty Years, it
( soothes tho child, softens the
( gums, allays all pain, cures wind
tj colic, and hi the best remedy lor
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?:i WATER STREET.
Railroad, Steamboat and Mil
Agents for this section for the sale of
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ve.rk Belting and Packing Company's
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Some Soon to be Mothers'
QRIK AND liKAR IT
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The lottcr attain this case by using externally the unique
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all competitors. Inquiries and orders are
3S COMMERCIAL PLACE,
PROVIDING FOR DRIF PANS AND
TANKS FOR OH. WAGONS.
Kordon 1. Be It ordained 'by the Com?
mon ami Select Councils ot tho city of
Norfoll; that no person shall pour or
Spill or permit to drip upon any asphalt
pavemottt laid on any street or nlloy or
nubile place hi tho city of Norfolk, any
Koros? ii", benzine or other similar oil or
oily substance or liquid;
Section 2. All oil delivery wagons or
tanks shall have Hocurely tit stoned under
tho taps or faucets thureirtito attached
an absolutely oil or water-tight zlnc
lltted box or tray, and in lining any mea?
sure or other vessel from such taps or
faucets such measure or other vessel
must be hold so that any drip or over
llo\V ??hall How into sal I box. or tray;
and In removing the same from over the
asphalt pavement no dilp or overflow
from hucIi mouBiirn or other vessel must
i.e permitted to fall upon huoJi pavement,
and no rcceplnclc for holding oh shall
be placed on He! asphalt pavement.
Section ".. Any violation of this ordi?
nale Hhntl be sul a ct to .1 line of not
less than $5.00 nor mere than iJ'i.lH).
S. ei ion 4; Tbl.; ordinance shall bo In
effect from and aft. r November 1st, I'KKJ.
Adopted by the Common Council Octo?
ber 2d; 190 1,
.1. P. BAST,
President Conunuii Council.
Adopted by ib<? Select Council October
President Select Council]
Ti to: 11. S. HERMAN,
ocH-51 city Treasurer.
RESTRICTING Till-: STORAGE OF
KEROSENE, GASOLINE, ETC.,
WITHIN Till-. CITY.
Bo Ii ordained by tho Select and Com?
mon Councils of tho 1 ity of Norfolk, that
no peri n, firm er corporation shall keep
In nnj building, or any lot within tho
city of Norfolk at any one time nn>ru
than twenty-live (25) barrels ot kerosene
oil, bin this shall not apply to transpor
tatton companies having such oil in Its
possession for delivery, nor lo wagons
used for delivery.
lie It further ordained ?hat no person,
firm or 1 orpbratlon shall koi p In any
building, or in any lot within tho city,
more than the ir,i barrels at any ono
time of gasoline, nupthu and other highly
Inflammable fluids, or either of them, but
Dili shall not apply to any transporta?
tion company having Much fluids In its
!?" lot) fi r delivery, nor to parties
having gasoline hurled for making gas,
or to the rjiiy Gus Company, whllo con?
ducting Its business as and where now
conducted, nor to wagons used for de?
livery, provided however, that, no person,
firm or corporation shall havo such
lluidri In wagons for delivery, when not
delivering, without getting permission to
do so from the Chief of tins Fire Depart'
Ho 1' further ordained that no person,
firm or corporation shall sell or dispose
nllno, mi pi ha or other highly bi?
ll mini:.bie fluids by artilii lal light othet
than olectrlo light.
.': ? ii further ordained that no person,
firm oi- corporation shall sell or other
v.; .? dispose of kerosene, gasoline, nap
Ihn or other highly Inflammable fluid
without first notifying the Chief of tho
in.- Department of that fact and of tho
pli.i business from which It Is pro?
posed 1" :e)| ,,r dispose of the same, giv?
ing a illagiam of the premises and tho
place thereon where tho oil will bo
? a It further ordained that any person;
firm or corporation violating the pro?
visions of this ordinance ehnll be sub
lecl ! ? a tine of not less than $2?.y0 nor
moro 1 ban $100 for each day or part of
day of Stich Violation.
Adopted by the Common Council Octo?
ber 2d, 1000.
.T. F. EA8T,
Pre Ident Common Council.
Adopted by the Select Council October
Presldi ht Select Council.
Teste: H. S. HERMAN,
OcU-fit City Treasurer.
12-13 PLUME ST.
Fine Front and ornamental
in popular shades, in sto:k,
?? RED. GRAY. BUFF ana TERRA
I'ccora. Excelsior, ColorlAe. i;.-i..ve
Stains In Standard Colors.
Dr. Anna Giering
arSc f.irSfi-A ol !"?rh r*pute. vc<c.
)>1 W -vifwi *tab.e compound f^r
I (..; 'VvJi lunam < omolaintN,
.'-v. nui\A lito. iiby Whits
ii.lv. Lilly Whit*
Kegi latlve rills, jl
W'.vcj Without chil?
dren consult ma.
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pcr-Coloitd 8pols. Aches, Old Sores, Ul?
cers In Mouth. Hair Falling? \vr:t?
COOK REMEDY CO., 16'rf MASONIC
TEMI'I.K. Chlcngo. III., f >r proofs of
t\?:-es. Capi'.Al ttOO.O?J. We solicit the
01 ft obstinat? cants. Wo havo cured the
wor.t .* a U to ? ?u**