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Whaleback Steamer Bay C?y ?p
rives from the Lakes.
New Coastwise Coal Carrier Will Havc^
Furnaces Installed Before Entering
Tradc<?Carries About Seventy
Thoucand Tons a Year.
Tho whaleback steamer Hav C|ty,
recently purchused en the ('.rent Lakes
by the Hbutell Steel Barge Company,
of Boston, for service in the coast?
wise hade between Newport News and
New England potts, arrived at this
port yesterday morning from Boa ton,1
with the whaleback barge Berkshire
In tow, from Now Bedford. After
dropping her tow in the harbor, the
Btenmcr proceeded to the local ship?
yard, where she will have new tur-i
uaevs Installed.
> neu she leaves the yards next
week U\6 Bay City will drop down to
the coal plots to load her lirst cargo
Ol coal in (lie Atlantic coast trade. The
vessel bus a carrying capacity of about
L'..Miii ions and will be nblo to trans?
port about To.uiiu tons of coal a year,
between this port and New England.!
She was built at Dnluth. Minn., in
IS'.io, anil Is 2/6.0 loot long. 36.1 foot
broad and 18.6 feet deep. She Is pro-!
polled by a single-screw engine and,
has a speed of about twelve knots nn
The vessel will he employed by tho.
Bpraguo Transportation Company, bf
Boslon. and will be loaded at this port
by the While Oak Coal Company, Mr.
11. B. Holmes loea agent. This com?
pany now employs three steamers and,
six barges in tho coastwise trade.
Steamer Strathendrick Puts Into Val?
paraiso in Distress.
News reached this city yesterday
that the British Bteapier .Strathendrick.
Captain Fleet, which sailed from this
port for San Francisco with a cargo
of coal on August r>, has put into Val?
paraiso, Chill, with her machinery out
of order.
The Strathendrick came here from'
Glasgow last July on her maiden yoy-j
age, taking a enrgo of coal for Iho
Mare Island navy yard. After repair
Ins at Valparaiso the vessel will pro-1
Skippers Change.
Capt. Mooch, master of the schoon?
er Edward T. Stotesbury, which sailed
yesterday for Boston, has been given
command of the schooner .lames W.
Raul, Jr., of which Captain Gllkey has
been master. Captain -Blinker, of the
schooner Mary E. Morse, will have
command of the Stotesbury after tills
voyage. _ _
Thursday, October. 10, 1907.
Steamer Porsiaua (Br.)j Crlehton,
Barbados?to Purness, Withy and Com?
pany. Ltd., in ballast. Anchored In
Steamer Bay Citv. Keeno. Boston?
to White Oak Coal Compnny, In hal?
be t. Proceeded shipyard.
Barge Berkshire from New Bedford
?to White Oak Coal Company, in
Barge Hattie from Now Bedford?
to New River Consolidated Coal Com?
pany, In ballast.
svamnr Pallanra (Oer.), Lilnlng,
Norfolk and Hamburg?United States
Shipping Company. m
Retainer Mariana (Br.), Parker. Nor?
folk ami Liverpool?Furness, Withy
and Company, Ltd.
Steamer Queen Elizabeth (Br.), flit
son, Bremerton?New River Consoll-j
dated Coal Company.
Steamer Sangstad (Nor.). Colon?I
Borwlnd-Whlto Coal Company.
Steamers Pallanza (Gcr.V. Lulling.
Norfolk and Hamburg; Mariana (Br,),
Parker, Norfolk and Liverpool; Queen
Buy Clothes Right.
Our Boys' and Children's
Department is now com?
plete in every detail. Suits
$2 to $10
& Co. ...
26th street and Washington
avenue and 2206 Jefferson ave.
? -
How to Avoid a Sickness?Simple
In! '.ructions Anyone Can Follow.
The sufrorer with kidney and [Had?
der Trouble Is partioulntly misc. able
djlrlhg tlto cold, wot season. Tlvui
the backache, headache, general
weakness, heart trouble and short dry
cough characteristic of ktdnoy disease
fasten themselves upon him with
more than o dlnuty severity, and ho
Is simply coinpt lied to seek relief or
take to his bed.
Renders in this fix win be Interested
to learn that In order to net Imme?
diate relief from the pain and tuase
a speedy recovery, a visit to a high
priced ?peelallst Is not neees:-a y. in
Stead go to the druggist ami get]
Concentrated Bnrkola Compound, one
ounce; Fluid Extract Cascarn Aroma-1
tic, one-half ounce; Aromatic Elixir
four ounces. ' |
Mix them together at home and
take one teaspooiiful after each meal
and at me lt line.
This simple reeelpe is said on no
less authority than that of Dr. flood,
tlie groat specialist, to I" superior In
uvtII as a safe, speedv remedy for
Kidney. Bladder and Rheumatic Ail?
ments to any other In existence.
Elizabeth (Br.), (tltson, Bromert'on
navy yard (latter not as- previously
Schooners Ed. T. Stotcsbury, Moehc,
hps ton ; Knnnie Paliner. Wllloy, Soars
port William Booth, Emmoiis, Chares
ton, S. C; Joel V. Shoppard, McQeo,
Jacksonville, Pia.
Grain for Hamburg.
The Sloinan i'nlon liner Pallanzn,
Captain laming, sailed yesterday for
Hamburg via Norfolk, with n part car?
go of miscellaneous experts loaded
hero, including 16,000 bushels-of wncnt.
Takes Exports f^r Llvcrpood.
The British steamer Mariana, Cap?
tain Parker, of the FutHOSB-Wlthy line,
sailed yesterday for Liverpool via Nor?
folk with a part cargo of exports load?
ed here.
C.-.al for Panama,
j The British steamer Sangstad clear
wilh a cargo of about 4,800 tons of
Coal, valued at $13,020. The coal will
be used as fuel for the dredges at work
on the "Big Ditch."
Calendar for Today.
Sun rises.6:08 a. in.
I Sun sets . 5:35 p. in.
I High water ... 0:44 a. m? 0:2" p. in.
.Low water ... 6:07 a..m., 15:54 p. m.
British Steamer Perslana to Make
Trip to Cuba In Uncle Sam's
The British steamer Perslana, of
the Furness-Withy line, arrived at this
port from Barbados yosterday after?
noon to load a full cargo of forage
i here for the horses ami mules of the
I American army of Cuban Pacification.
The vessel was docked nl Chesapeake
and Ohio plot" 4 yesterday even In c
and the work of loading her will I"
hastened with all possible dispatch.
She will sail for Havana early next
When it became npparcni several
weeks ago that the American troops!
would be needed in Quio this winter
to keen ord.t on the Island and to
quell the small insurrections arising
in different places the War Depart?
ment was compelled to provide suf-j
flccnl hay and grain for the cavalry'
horses ami arniv mules during 'the
winter and as the transport plylnc
between this city and Havana could
not transport the forage to the Island,
the department wns compelled to
charter a vessel for the trade. The,
contract was awarded to Furness-I
Withy an I Company, and It Is prob?
able that another cargo of forage will
be sent to Cuba from this city later
in the winter.
Health Officer Reports Seventy Birth:;
During September.
The report of Dr. .lohn R. Bagby,
health officer of the city, for the month
of September, shows- that there were
34 deaths In the city during that time.
Of these 16 were white and IS were
Seventy births were reported during
Hie months, there being 59 white chil?
dren and eleven negroes. Of the
whites 21 were males and 35 wore fe?
Cnurht Negro in Nansemond.
Detective Sergeant Hnry Bridgets,
returned yesterday afternoon from
Nansemond county with .lames Tur?
ner! a negro, whom lie attested there
on a warrant charging him with be?
traying Qrace Tanner a negro girl
of this oily. The sergeant had to
drive nearly thirty miles to Turne''s
home and he was accompanied on the
journey by Sheriff "Hurricane"
II.auch, of Nansemond.
Police Board Meets.
The board of pollen commissioner?
met in regular session last night with
Chairman H. n. Holmes und Mr. H. D.
Hoi la way present The report of
Chief Reynolds for September was e
ceved and filed and as tho-o w'as no
othor. business to be considered the
meeting adjourned.
Chamber of Commerce.
The Chamber of Commerce will hold
Uk regular meeting In tho Kusenbaum
hall at B o'clock tonight. Several mat?
ters of Importance be discusied
and a large attendance Is expected.
Canimn Endorsed.
(Ilv Associated Press.)
OWOSSA. MICH.. Oel. 10.- An en
do:senient of Speaker Joseph O. Can?
non for the Republican nomination for
president, was adopted here today at
fie Republican convention of the
elchih congressional district, after nn
animated dvbato.
Name Selected (or N-w Inst'lu?on
WhlGti Opens PC. 20.
Dr. Cooper Chairman, Dr. Knight
Secretary, and Doctors Corss, Aylci;
and Hobson Will Establish and
Maintain the Hospital.
Doctors .1. Kennedy Corea, \\.
Ronno Aylutt, w. J. Knight, \v. v.
Cooper an dSnmuci w. Hobson, who'
will establish and maintain a private
hospital in tim nid Bstahrook build?
ing, at the corner of West BVCUIIU
and Thirty-fifth street, met in Dr.]
Cooper's office Inst night und affected
a permanent organization. Dr. Cooper
was elected chairman and Dr. Knight
was named secretary.
The new hospital will be nnmod ll?0
St. Krauels, and It will be opened on
October 20.
The work of overhauling ami re?
modeling ihe building iias been com?
pleted, with the oxcnptloil of the In?
stallation of an elevator for carrying
patients from one floor to another.
For Ihe present tho institution will
oontnin eighteen beds, hit I Uta number
will he Rd led to from time to time
as may I" needed.
The new hospital has been fitted
with every modern convenience for
the comfort of tho patients mid wPI
be one of the largest und best
oiiuipped Institutions on the Penin?
Tmrtro1 a e B7nr<nroTT ?-? n n irti a a g irs j
?JLaJLajLDJ' ,3.ajL(L0JLOjJL0i'-.?.ot.(i_o_o j
Tho Donna Seymour Company,
which was to have presented the musi?
cal show. "Mr. nine Beard." at Ihe
Academy of Music last night, failed
to put In Its appearance hero and the
Playhouse was dark during the even?
Why the company failed to 111) its
engagement hero |S not known, ns
Manager Hooker has not received any
message from the show. B was re?
ported here last night, however, (bat
the company has stranded.
"Peggy From Paris" Tonight. \
I "Pegy from Pnils," one or Oeorge
i Ado s successful musical plays, will
be nt (ho Academy of Music tonight,
wlih Helen Bryan, of "Sergeant Kitty"
fame in Ihe title part.
The piece ranks as one of the olcv
erestf. of George Ado's efforts, and it
delighted a large audience hero last
The music Is especially attractive;'
It was written by Wllllnin Loralne.
"Peggy from Paris" Is famed for
catchy and swinging melodies. There
arc many muslcnl hits- in tho play
and they are sung by n company said
to be a capital one. Bddlo German
will have the principal comedy part,
of nenlgnld HIckey. >
Among the liest song hits Is "LI.
My Kastor Lilly," and Helen from
Helena." They are Hie work of Will?
iam Loralne, who wll porsonnly direct
the orchestra tonight. I
The sale of seats is proghessing very
satisfactorily and tiiore no doubt bo
a big bouse present when the curtain
rises. I
"Peaceful Valley."
The announcement ?r ""' revival of
"Peaceful Valley," tho pastoral Idyl In
which the fate Sol Smith Hussell.!
quaint and lovable actor, scored his
greatest triumph, has created wide?
spread Interest and attention through-,
out the country and Hie effort;, of the
management have already met with
popular approval wherever the play!
has been presented. I
Edward Saxon, the player who Is
essaylhii Russell's original role of
llosea Howe, is said to he a character]
actor of Intelligence and Imagination
who Invests the role with a quality
of mellow lovablencss which is In
keening with the spirit of the play. I
The supporting company contain*
the names of a number of well known
nlnvers, including that of Carson Brad?
ford, a young man from Nashville, who
has recently gone upon tho stage. Mr.!
Bindford plays leading juvenile role
in the play, and is said to play It with
such refreshing bouyapcy nnd charm
that he his received almost ns favor?
able mention OS Mr. Saxon throughout
the country.
Tlii' play will bo presented nt the]
Academy of Music tomorrow mallneoj
and night.
There will be a special ladles' and
children's bargain matinee at 11 p. HI.
"The Three of Uo." |
Good tilings said about "The Throe
or IV are plentiful. The following ls|
whnt tho Baltimore Evening News
says: |
"No resume or the play rnn give any
idea of Its charm. Miss Nillson plnvs
Hbv with the greatest skill: nnd she
makes the living head of the house of
Maccbesnoy bv turns a playful, mag?
netic, coquettish girl, and a brave
spirited and noble woman, unafraid of
the bad opinion of her small world so
long ns her own conscience is clear,
she is always convincing, nnd sho
never overacts."
"Tho Three of Us" will be nt tho
Academy Monday night.
ReouMican* and Independents.
NEW YORK; Oct. |0.?Fna'on be?
tween the Ropuldjcsns and the Inde?
pendents Now ,Yo'|, county, on tic
County ticket, went through tonlcht.
Among dos > nominated wem m. Linn
Rryco ruen.l. for justice of the su
promo Court, and Max F. Bimsen
(fndd)i for sheriff. Mr. lshmsen is
wiiiiam r. Hearst's political manager.
Duties Formerly Performed by Ship?
ping Commission Foil Upon Collec?
tor of Custom.
Announcement came yesterday from
the secretary of tho Bureau of com-j
mbrco and Labor, ul Washington, l>.
C, that the qfflCO of United 3t.it &i
skip-Vug romiulnilotu-r .ii this p irt
rec-uitly mude vacuul 1 tho <l<- h if
captain Knoch Clayton, will he
r.hollshod und the Unties ol the office
will be perfoimod 1? Colleetoi <if Cm
terns ?'? B. U. Stuart. The announce
I inent enmo ns n surprise in snipping
nun and 'n the several cnn.IIJ.utes
for the office.
I Collet -or Stuart; win ho nllowe' if
??(bl another member to ihe customs
force here to tnlo- care of I ho !?!?
creased business of thu office caused
!?. flic filtiiiR over of the offle < < f
i It' Thing 00111*1 !i f ii.'ier. This nppo'ut
I mont will bo ma.!.; by the Civil sei
vice eonimlsdot'.
i Local Knights Went Over In Force
With B.v-i.
! With ich IV nil of its members In
line. Hampton ('oiiimaiulerv Knights
.Templar, went over In the Exposition!
I to tube pa't In the annual cnn'clnvo
of the grand eoniiuauderv of (he
Kntulits Templar of Virginia.
1 The local Templars went to Old
Point, where they were joined by
other members of the order and tho
B?ldiu s' Homo band. TM'O eiunninn-'
derv boarded a stoaim r at Obi Point i
and went to Norfolk, where they took
part In the parade an I then had a two,
hours' ride around the Roads on the,
steamer. Tho Masons returned las'
James City County Negro Released by
Charley Trullt ami Willie Johnson,
negroes who were arrested In Rock-1
eits WedncsdaV night by Oelnet'lvea
Moosslok fend Pearson, and Officers
Latlmcr and A. A. Pnrtgrtl on war-,
runts sworn out In .Tames City co0nfy,|
clinging them with disorderly eon-,
duet, were released vesterdav after-,
noon on a writ of habeas cornus tiro
nnrfd by Attorneys C. C. Mitchell and
.1.1. Thomas NoWSOtnn colored. bef >re
.liulge John W. O. Binckst?no In thoI
f'l cult Court.
The prisoners were ordered by the,
judge to nnpeur in Ja in es City countv
when their trial Is gone Into next
Her Rodder Broken.
The |Mrg,i Hattle. of the Baltimore
and Boston Towing Company's Heel,
a rived In pprl yesterday from Nnwi
Bedford in tow of the lug Concord
I and proceeded to tho Hhipvnrd to havo
her rudder r.'paired. Tliio Vessers
rudder was b ok'en while she was!
loading al the loeal coal piers several
I weeks ago.
N-t Hh Ron.
tn the account of the death of tlm
late Captain Enoch Clnvtnu. pub?
lished in tills paper Tuesday, it was
stated that deceased was survive,|
by a daughter. Mrs. \V. P. Hosber.
and B son Mr. Nicholas Clayton, The
oantnln was sn vlved only lev one
ehlld. Mrs. llosher; Mr. Nicholas
Clayton Is a nephew.
Sight of Eye Destroyed by Disease
Tried Five Doctors but Grew
Worse ?In Agony Eight Months
? Parents Discouraged, Until
They Tried Cuticura Remedies
"Our little girl, onn year nnd a half
old, was taken with oocema or that was
what, tho doctor wild, it was. \Vn called
1 in the family doctor anil bo gave wnim
I tablets nnd mid sho would he all right
I in n few duvs. The eczema grow worso
and we called in doctor No. 2, Ho
said sho was teething, as soon as tho
I teeth were through sho would lie all
I right. Hut she still grew worse. Doo*
I tor No. 3 said it was eczema. By this
I time she was nothing but a yellow,
j greenish sore. Well, no said he could
i help her, so we let him try it aliout
a week. One morning wc discovered
a little yellow pimpln on one of her
eyes. Of course we phoned for doctor
No. :i. He came over and looked lier
over and huiil that bo could not do any?
thing more for her, that wo had better
toko her to home eye s|x-cialist, since it
was an ulcer, .So wo went to Oawcgo
to doctor No. 4, and lie said the eye?
sight WaS pone, but that be could help it.
Wc thought we would try doctor No. 5.
Well, Hint, proved tho ssme, only he
charged $10 more than doctor No. 4.
We tot-re nearly discouraged. I paw
ono of the Cuticura advertisements in
the pntMT und thought we would try
the Cuticura Treatment, so I went, nnd
purchased a set of Cuticura liens die.:,
which cost me $1, and in three dnya
our daughter, who had been sick about
eight months, showed aroat Improve?
ment, nnd in one week all sores had dis?
appeared. Of course it could not re?
store the eyesight, but if we hnd used
Cuticuin iii time I am confident that
it would have saved the eye. We think
there is no remedy so good for any Miin
trouble or impurity of the blood as
Cuticurn. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Abbott,
It. F. D. No. 9. Fulton. Oswcgo Co.,
K. Y., August 17. 1000."
(??.-.[?'? <? External and Immin.1 TrMOrnmt tor
Kvrry Humor ol Infant*. Oiilrlrrn. ?wl Ailulia
cenrlata r.r Ctiiirura Soap I2.V-.) in riranao inn
Hkln. Ciitlrurn Olnlmrnl (60s.) In Ural lh? Skin.
? nrtOiilnim UMnlvrnt (fiOc.l, { In Ihf form nf (Ti<.r?
lal*. coaird Hihv 2.V-. p*r vial nl SO) I.? Purify Ihn
blond rt? throuvhnut ihf wnrl<i I'nilrr brug
4c Ch*m. Onrp . Snlo Prnpa.. lWvMnn. M.a-i
8V- IUI Irt frro. on tluroon ol tikin ?na btslp.
These Women Say, in Substance, That Before
They Took Pe-ru-na They Were Miserable.
They Were Weak and Wretched.
After Taking Pe-ru-na They Were Restored to
Health and Usefulness.
This Is tho Wholo Story In a Nutshell.
If Pe-ru-na Can Do Such Wonders For These
Women It Can Do the Same For You.
\ The I
The housowifi
Stronger Than tor Years.
Mrs.Caroline Sund ho I in or, lint kn,La.,
"I am fooling qatta yroll now, i ran
work again nnd ntn utrongor I linn I Imvo
been for years, and l do believe thai
lVrunasaved my life.
"J nin very tlinnkfi? to von for your
advice, I will advlKo nil l can to lake
yuiir medicine."
Pe-ru-na r,avc Health.
Mrs. A, Si?iiilTer, Cnplomn,
Rausas, writos i
"Poruna has given me health
ami strength; it la tho bum modi
Oluu thnl was ever niiido for
women. My frlcndx say they
novel saw nui'li a uhange in a
woman. I talk to avury one
niioui t'eruns, loannoi nay too
muoh toi 11,"
A Krim ilj for Women.
Il in sain to ?ny Hint we hnve
tiioiiH*ml? uf letters written to
Dr. Ilnrtmnn from women who
ropusl i iu? hnmo isntlmont to hu
found la Mrs. ISIniirfcr'ii lentt
monlal: "My friends say they
never snw Mich a chnngo In a
woman." Over ami over ngnin thin
aoatenco in penuud liy grntufui womun
who nru more thnn willing thnl Wo
Khotild lino their wordri to asalm other
HiifTenng '.vomi'il In Unding a eure.
Pur Ulis IS n great medicine for women.
It il,-.' II son tin. Illlidc of the liolly In
much the name way that water cleanses
the OUUIdu of Ihe hud} .
Mrs, K. T. (lnddlH. Marlon,
N. Ci, wrlles.i
" Doloru I commended to
lake Poruna 1 could not do
any hnnl work without stir
foHng great pain. 1 took
Perunaand Munnlin,nnil edit
say with pleasure they hnv i
(lone more for mo than nuv
other modlolno i hayo ever
taken, Now 1 am n* well ns
ever, 1 do all my own Work
unit Itnovor hurts tm> nt nil. ?.
think Poruna is n great modi
tor womankind."
t imn Grateful Women,
"l was trouhied with suppressed
and painful menstruation. I took
Poruna according to your direction*,
nnd now I am well."?Mrs. James High'
nicy, Urapo, Mich.
"We have noon using Poruna for some
time. To speak from astandpolntotoxS
pei tones I can candidly say that Poruna
Is the remedy for femnlo weakness.
"Prom a pursonsl tesi and from tho
testimony of many others 1 shall not
husttato to recommend It, especially Id
nil ?ufTcrtUK women." ? Mrs. M. ,K.
Jonos, Burning .Springs, Ky.
"I suffered from
cntnrrh lor mntiy
years, bnt sluoo
inking Poruna 1
leel strong nnd well. As lined l'eruna
ami Manalln while I wn? passing
through the change of life, 1 am posi?
tively convinced your boneflolal romo
(IIch have relluved ino of nil my 111?,"?'
Mrs. Mnthlldo UlChVor, Doulphnn, Neb.
"1 aullorad with pelvic cntnrrh until I
wroto to Dr. Hartman,aild after taking
treatment as lio advised, 1 can say 1 am
cured of this most trying aiMtctlon, tor
which 1 mil truly thankful. 1 nevor fett
belter In my life thnn 1 do nt preoonl."
? Mrs. P.ltn liooUur, Dundiirn, s isk,
N. VY. T., Can.
Eat Jennings' Butter Bread
II is Ihe best?and save your tags. They will get
the best prizes.
Washington Avenue and Thirty-first Street.
Capital Dry Goods House.
Wo will soll Lidios' Panama Dress
8kir(8, made full pleated in the
newest way. The colors are black
and dark blue. A very special
bargain at $2.88.
A lot of line Crochet Wool Bhawls
in white, black and colors, at
each, 98o.
Are You Troubled
Wilh inefficient service
and un sail sfactory
laundry wirk?
Hotel Warwick]
119 2kth STREET
Phone No. 10
We Remedy Such Troubles
F rom a Parcel to an
<S A f CT
Transportation Co.
Storage Warehouse
514-520 27th St,

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