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WEATHER REPORT.
Washington. D. C. Feb. 21, 1S99.
Forecast for Wednesday:
For Virginia?Cloudy weather; pro?
bably rain; fresh to brisk southerly
winds.
For North Carolina?Cloudy, proba?
bly rain; fresh south to southwest
winds.
Norl.IU nnil Vicinity.
WEATHER FORECAST FOR TO-DAY
Fair; nearly stationary temperature;
fresh and high south winds.
CALENDAR.
Sun rises at 0:40 a. in. and sets at
5:5ii p. in.
TIDES.
Norfolk?High water, 7:0!* a. m. and
7:42 i>. m. Dow water, 0:46 a. m. and
1:20 p. in.
Old Point?High wnler, r,AS si. m. and
7:21 p. m. Low water. 0:21 a. ni.*"aiid
LOS p. in._
IU I I?.
PITMAN.?In SmTt hfiH7l?Va~. F Nday"
February 17, IS90, Mrs MARGARET PIT
M'AN, mother of Mrs. Frank Hatton, of
this city, aged 7S years.
The funeral tc>k place on Sunday, 19,
at 3 p. in.
RONN10Y.?At the residence of her son,
J. T. Uonney, No. 250 Hank street, Tues?
day February 21st, at S o'clock p. m.,
SARAH U, widow of the late Henry
Bonney, In thu 82d year of her age.
The funeral will take place THURS?
DAY at 12 o'clock from the residence.
Friends and accpjalnlanccs respectfully
Invited to attend.
Ledger copy.
Monuments and Gravestones,
The selection or a suitable,
memorial In marhlo or graji
llo can bo readily mudn from
our stock, for wo carry tho
largest assortment of finish?
ed designs In tho South.
?THE GOUPER MARBLE WORKS
fEfttnbliaheU 00 Yenri.)
180*163 Biiiiii Nt. XurlnlK, T?.
AnDMEHENTH.
V
A!V MICK'S ACtni'lMV OF Ml SIC
THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 2.tl">.
Charles Kroliman presents Mr. HENRY
MILLER, first time here, in his beautiful
romantic play,
*" HEARTSEASE M
As ho presented !t during Its run or nearly
lwo hundred nights at the Garden Theatre
New York. Prices, Jl.w. R.O0. 50c. and
2r.c. fel9-su.WC.tli
V
AN WVCKVS A?'ADF.T1Y ?VltlfJMIC
"FRIDAY, MATINEE AN D NICHT,
FEBRUARY "Ith,
The. New York Empire Theatre success.
"SOWING THE WIND."
The great "sex against sex" drama.
Prices 20c 60c., 7ic and $1.00; matinee,
COc. fe22-3l
ThFQ?estion of tha Age
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE,
What It Is and What It Docs.
da a
A leelure on this subject will be de
livcred st tho
ACADEMY OF MCSIC
February 22d. ISO?, at S o'clock p. m, by
MR. B. H. HAMMOND. C. S. D.
of Baltimore, Md.
This lecture will be fr. c, end a cordial
Invitation is extended the people to bear
this able exponent on this truth. fc21-2t
AUDITORlUn THEATRE.
S F, Cor. Nebraska and Hnlon Sts.
JAS. M. BARTON....Prop, and Manager.
WILEY 11 AMI ETON. Anius'm't Director,
Open every nlaht in the year. Smoking
Concerts, presenting a respectable, up
to-dato vaudeville entertainment.
Matinees. Tues., Th?rs, and Sals at 2
p. m. Evening Performances continuous
from S t'.li 12. Adm ssion, 10. 15 a:.d Hi.
ja22-ly
illKKI ISU%.
1> UTK LODOR NO, 80, A.. F. .Si A. M.
y will unite with Norfolk
Lodge TO-DAY in Bttcndln
tho laying of the corne r-stone
of. the Confederate Monument.
W. N. GRUBB.
]t Secretary.
i leadquartcrs
PIckett-Uuchanan Camp, C. v..
Norfolk. Vs., February 22d, IS90.
ATTENTION COMRADES. ? Vol?
are hereby requested to assemble at
vour hall at 12 o'clock noon. T111S-U-K-U?
NESDAY, Februnry 22d, isw. in uniform,
to participate In the ceremonies of laying
the corncr-stono of our monument to the
Confcdi rale dead.
All ox-Confederates in this vicinity,
whether members of camps or not, nnil
all sons of Confederate Veterans are cor?
dially Invited t<> unite with us.
By order of
CrEO. M. TODD, Commander.
T. B. JACKSON, Adjutant. It
A"~^B?IAL COMM UNU CATION OF
NORFOLK IX) DOE No. I,
A.. F ,\i A. M., w II bo held in
Masonic Temple TO-DAY at 12
m. sharp, for tho purpose of lay?
ing the corner-stone of the monument t>,
bo erected to the Confederate dead by
Pickctt-Buchanan Camp C. V.
Sister lodges of Norfolk. Portsmouth
and Berkley, and all Master .Masons In
good standing, are fraternally invited to
unite with us on this occasion.
By order of the VV. M.
It <:i:<>. R. .1 F.NK1NS. Secretary.
Recorder's Ollice
Gricc Commandcry No. IB, K. T.
Norfolk. V.l., February 21, ISM.
ASPECT A L ASSEMBLY OF QRICB
COM MAN D ERY No. 16, */\\
K. T. Will be held in the g3| *
Asylum, Masonic Temple, .s?
TO-DAY at 12 in. sharp, to Z,_
act as escort to tho various "&j(ZK
lodges which win partlcl- r' '
pale In the laying of the corner-stone of
the Confederate Monument. The Com
mandertcs of Portsmouth nnd Hampton
are courteously Invited to unite with us
on Ihls occasion,
liy order F.. C.
It OEO. It. JENKINS, Recorder.
N- OTICE. ? THERE WILL BE AN
annual meeting of the stockholders
of the ATLANTIC INVESTMENT COM
PANY. of Norfolk. Virginia, nt the oft), e
of A. W. Comtek e> CO.. No "~2 Mala
street. Norfolk, V rginla, on the 14th day
of Februnry. 1-::', at 10 o'clock a. in., to
elect officers and transact such other
business as m.iv properly come before
the meeting. WM. N. nitl'HH President
A. w. COitNi(*k. gecretary, _
NOTICE.
The undersigned has purchased of Ml la
V. Peel, administratrix of Borace s.
Peed, deceased, her '.merest as such ad?
ministratrix !:i the assets and business of
the late firm of F. M. PEED .t SON.
composed of the said Hbraci S. Peed and
the undersigned, and will hcreaftei carry
on at the Old stand of the said firm No.
217 Water street. Norfolk. Virginia, I lie
business of Wholesale and Retail Shi|>
Ohandlers and Groceries In all its
branches, under the name and style of J
M. .1 OR HAN & Co
All persona lnd< hted to the late firm of
F. M. PEED & SON will pleas,, make
pavment to the undersigned.
fe21-lm J. M. JORDAN.
COURT DECISIONS.
Notes of Cases Recently Decided,
Which are of Interest 'to
Our People,
DIGESTED BY W- B. MARTIN,
(Exclusively for Virginian-Pilot.)
GARBEK VP. BRESEE & SONS.
Supreme Court of Appeals of Virginia,
January JL', 1899.
FALSE REPRESENTATIONS OP
A(P.NT-? PA LSE REPRESE NT A -
TIONS OP AN AGENT IN THE
PROCUREMENT <>F A CONTRACT,
AS TO WHAT HIS PRINCIPAL
WILL DO UPON ITS CONSUMMA?
TION, ARE N?> DEFENSE TO AN
ACTION, IP THE REPRESENTA?
TIONS WERE ONLY EXPRES?
SIONS OF OPINION, AND DID NOT
AMOUNT TO AN ENGAGEMENT
OU UNDERTAKING..
This was an notion at law to recover
the amount of a note executed by the
appellant, Oarbcr, to the appellees for
the first premium on an insurance pol?
icy issued to him on Iiis life.
The defendant filed a special
plea claiming thai the note had
been obtained by false representa?
tions made to him by nlaintlff's agent.
one Weber, without which he would not
have taken out the policy nor executed
the note; that said agent informed
and assured the defendant that the In?
surance, company would pay him the
cash surrender value of a policy which
ho already had in that company if he
would lake out the new policy, and
relying upon this representation ami
assurance ho took out the new policy
und executed the note; that the Insur?
ance Company, although he requested
and demanded of It a iterforntailCG of
the contract of the agent, failed and
refused to pay him In cash the cash
surrender value of his former policy,
and he averred that by reason "f . aid
failure his note was null and void, and
that be was not bound to pay it.
Upon a demurrer to evidence the
lower court derided for the plaintiffs
and the defendant, Garbe r. appealed.
The court says:
This idea was objected to. but the
court held It to bo sulllclcnt, and al?
lowed It to be filed. In doing this it
j must have held that the reprcsenla
I Hons and nssumnces of Weher,
amounted to an engagement or under?
taking, and were not mere expressions
of opinion, as to what the Insurance
I company would do, for if this latter
construction be rait upon Ihn plea It did
not set up a good defence, ami the ob?
jection to It ought to have been sus?
tained. Construing the plea as setting
up Ktieh an engagement or undertaking,
is the plea sustained by the evidence?
The defendant himself Is the only wit?
ness us to what took place between
Weber and himself. There can be no
doubt from the defendant's evidence
that he was induced to lake out the
now policy of Insurance by reason of
the representations of Weber, but were
they anything more than expressions
of oplnl'gl on the part of Weber us to
what the insurance company would do?
Weber had no authority to bind the In?
surance company to pay the cash sur?
render value of the old policy- Ills
language does not show that he in?
tended to agree, that his company
would pay it. neither does the defen?
dant seem to have so understood him.
for he says that when Weber assured
him that there would be no trouble
about getting the cash surrender value
of Ills old policy, he "thought Weber
knew what he was talking about." If
lie had been under the Impression that
Weber was making a contract or en?
tering into an engagement for his
company by what lie said the defen?
dant used very Inappropriate language
to express his meaning. But If he un?
derstood that Weber was expressing an
opinion ns to what his company would
do, upon which he (defendant) could
r-dy, his language was peculiarly ap?
propriate.
After very careful consideration of
all the evidence, and in the most fav?
orable light for the defendant, as we
nie bound to consider it upon a de
murrcr to the evidence, ami with a
strong desire. If possible under the law
(for this is a very hard case) to lind in
. favor of the defendant, wo have been
unable to do so, A in.ai.eil_
CA. R. R. & U, CO. V. CROM ER.
a rid
CROMER V. CA. R, R. & B. CO.
Supreme Court of Georgia.
November 19, 1V.I3.
NEGLIGENCE ? ACCIDENT AT
RAlLRt IAD CROSSING.
'WHERE A RAILROAD CROSSING IS
IN A POPULOUS LOCALITY AND
MUCH USED BY THE PUBLIC,
Hi T NOT IN A CITY OR TOWN OR
AT A PUBLIC ROAD, ESTABLISH?
ED BY LAW. WHAT CONSTI?
TUTES NEGLIGENCE IN AP?
PROACHING AND RUNNING
OVER SAID CROSSING DEPENDS
UPON Tili-: CIRCUMSTANCES OP
EACH i AHE, AND IS IM BE DE?
TERMINED liV TIM-: JURY;
Einnin Parrot! sued the Railroad
Company for damages arising from the
killing of lu-r husband by a train which
was aibged lo have been due to the
gross negligence of the company. The
accident occurred at the crossing of a
road running through Union Point
with tin- railroad. Union Point was an
unincorporati .1 village of about i.nu.i In?
habitants, The crossing in question is
the only cru-iing Immediately within
the settl -nient. and is the one which Is
used by I he inhabitants of the village
in passing from one side of the town
to the other. To the east of the cross?
ing, and on the south side of the track,
were two cotton-seed house,;, and a
freight car was between the crossing
and the seed houses. The car was on
l side track between the need houses
and the main line. The main line is
straight f-.r a half mile to the cant.
The seed houses and some bushes not
taller than a wagon would obstruct a
person's view in approaching the cross?
ing. Th? road which crosses the rail?
road in riot a public road established
pursuant tu law. When deceased was
seen approaching the crossing his at?
tention seemed to be diverted to a train
which was shifting on the west of the
crossing. After the deceased was seen
upon the track in a position of peril,
all that diligence required was .lone to
stop tin- train. The Jury returned a
verdict for the plaintiff for $000.
The < 'ourt says:
"The collision not having occurred at
a public load crossing, the defendant
was under no statutory duty to give a
signal or check the train in approach?
ing thereto. Within the limits of incor?
porated cities and towns and outside of
such limits wherever a. line of railroad
crosses a road which has been estab?
lished pursuant to law, a railroad com?
pany. In the operation of its trains, is
bound to give such signals and perform
such acts as are required by statute in
the latter ease, and those which may
he required by such reasonable regula?
tions as the municipal authorities may
prescribe In the former. A failure in
either case to comply with the require?
ments of the law applicable would
amount to negligence in law. In the
case of Comer vs. Shaw, chief Justice
Simmons uses this language: 'Where a
railroad crossing is in a populous lo?
cality, and Is much used by the public,
even though tile provisions of Civ. Co le.
Section 2222. are not applicable,
greater care is required of railroad
companies with respect to speed and
signals than is i.> be expected at places
where tho railroad is crossed by unfre?
quented country roads not established
by law as public roads; but n.incompli?
ance at such a place with the statutory
requirements applicable t'> public roads
established by law is not. as a matter
of law, negligence per se. It is general?
ly for the jury to say whether, under
such circumstances, the railroad com?
pany was negligent or not. This dis?
tinction is also to be taken into con?
sideration when we come to consider
the conduct of persons attempting to
cross the railroad at such p' 'es. Where
the crossing is one to Which the statu?
tory requirements above referred to are
applicable, a person about to cross has
a right to expect that the railroad com?
pany, in the running of its trains, will
comply with these requirements; and
reliance upon the discharge of its duty
in the premises may, in some decree.
excuse a want of full diligence on his
part In looking out for the approai h
of a train. Where, however, the stat?
ute Is not applicable, a person about to
cross must assume a. greater burden of
care than he would be required to as?
sume if the crossing were one to which
the statute applied.'
Applying these principles to the case
under consideration, it was for the Jury
to determine whether, under ail the cir?
cumstances, it was the duty of the rail?
road company to have given a signal of
the train approaching this crossing, and
to have slackened the speed of the
same, and, if in this respect there was
a failure of duty on the defendant's
part, then whether the deceased by the
exercise, of ordinary care could have
avoided the consequences of its negli?
gence in not giving the Bignal and re?
ducing the speed of tile train. It?dp*
pea ring from the record that two ju?
ries have decided these issues in favor
of the plaintiff, and there being no
complaint whatever of the manner in
which the ciiflc was tried or in
which the Judge submitted it to the
jury, we will not Interfere with his dis?
cretion In refusing a new trial. Judg?
ment on main bill affirmed.
M.vn LINK. HC1IKDVI.K OF
Olli Dominion NlenniSltlp foilipuilj
For Fcbrmiry.
Ow ing to the interruption to main line
schedule on account of recent Inclement
weather, and the temporary withdrawal
of steamship Jamestown for repairs,
the sailings will be us follows:
Monday, February 20, GuyahdoUc, 6
p. m.
Tuesday, February 21, Richmond
(freight only), r> p. m.
Wednesday, February 22, Old Domin?
ion, ti p. m.
Thursday. February 23, Trincess Anne
(exp ), C p. m.
Saturday, February 25, Guyandotte. fi
p. in.
Sunday, February 26, Old Dominion, !>
p. in.
Monday, February 27, Princess Anne,
(exp ), li p. m.
Tuesday. February 2S, Richmond
(freight only), i; p. ni.
No ship out from Norfolk on Sunday.
February 19th, or Friday, February
24th. fel9-tfe2S "
TEMPLE* OF EQUITY*
YESTERDAY'S RECORD o.F Till-:
VARIOUS COURTS.
In the Police Court yesterday Justice
Tomlln presided and disposed ,,f the fol?
lowing eases:
A P. Williams, profanity on the
street; lined $2.
John Barnes, alias Pretty Boy, col?
ored, lighting; lined $3.50.
James Murray, suspicious character;
held for live days.
Arthur \V h 11 ehe:?.,! eo'oro.l, r'.i'il'n.; ?
coat and vest of the value of $20 from
Julius Shelton, colored; four months in
jail.
William Flnnnlgan, colored, assault?
ing Stephen Drumgold; lined $5.50.
Bessie Conway, malicious prosecu?
tion: lined $1.
Sam Thomas, colored, lighting; lined
$:t.
Florence Coleman ami Mol lie Wil?
liams, both colored, robbing Charles 11.
Smith, colored, of dismissed.
John Harris and Henry L. Ferebce,
bcih colored, stealing coal from Nor?
folk and Western cars; delivered to the
county authorities for trial.
William Garrison and Richard Berry
man, both colored, holding up and rob?
bing L. O. Moore; continued tor ten
days.
Stephen Williams, colored, an old of?
fender, who was caught in the act of
trying to steal the shoes of B. Rain,
colored, from the la tier's feet while he
was asleep, received a sentence of four
months in Jail.
TRANSFERS OF REALTY.
The following deeds of bargain and
sale were entered to record in the
Clerk's ofllce yesterday:
Mrs. W. 11. Webster to E. A. Dun?
can, a lot with improvements fronting
twenty-five feet on the southern side of
Hamilton avenue; S2.2O0.
K. .1. Cannon to T. L. Strawhand. all
tile stock of hats, caps, furs, etc,, con?
tained in the store No. 231 Main street:
$650.
The Norfolk Company to W. R. Mar?
tin, ten lots fronting tiventy-Bve feet
each on the northern side of Hoiss- -
! vain avenue. Ghent; $:?.250.
James B. Heath, Jr.. trustee. Wil?
liam H. Carrlck and c. II. Carrick and
wife to Ar. hi,. D. Greene, tot with Im?
provements on the south side of Ave?
nue C, Atlantic City Ward; J600.
GENERAL COURT NEWS.
A mechanics' lien for $5,934.2$ against
the new Citizens' Hank building, was
filed in the clerk's office yesterday af?
ternoon by tlie attorney for the 1..
Schreiber & Sons Company, of Cincin?
nati. ? >.. who furnished the iron and
Bl . ; work for the structure. Their
c infract was for $20,000.
in the United States court yesterday
Mr. P.J. Morris filed a petition in bank?
ruptcy for H. Collnsky. Liabilities rir<
about Ji.r.no.
Mr. Hugh G. Miller was appointed by
the creditors of Fred. B. Stevens as
trustee. Mr. Stevens' liabilities ait
i about $30,000.
WASHINGTON'S BIRTHDAY
Will Be Quietly Observed in Nor?
folk.
To-Unjr Being iiio Anniversary ai?o
orii.o ."Norfolk l.iuht Artillery
Blues, a Hitlnte win Ke Fired in
Coimiinuorallon of Bolli f.vfnlv
To-day the anniversary of th-^ birth
of George Washington will be quietly,
but properly, observed In this city.
Many years ago the day was made
a legal holiday, therefore the schools,
banks, pocUofflcc. custom house and
other public buildings will be closed, i
NAT 11?NA L SAH TE.
To-day being the seventy-first anni-j
versary of Norfolk's crack artillery j
company, the Norfolk Light Artillery
Hlues. the two anniversaries will be ob?
served by llrlng a salute this morning!
from the Chesapeake and Ohio wharf
of seventy-one guns.
It Is not doubted that this company
with its record for long and honorable
service at times which tried men's
souls, will have a large number of
Norfolk's people out to witness the sa?
lute.
SMOKER AND (UFT.
At S:SO p. m. the company will still
-further celebrate bya smoker with ac?
companying delight in the company
rom at theo armory. At a meeting last
night the Hlues voted unanimously to
give tlw to the Confederate Monument
Fund. This is a generous donation.
iB< >RO R \V A SHI Nf'.Tt > N.
Every school-boy knows the record
Of General Washington's noble life, his
devotion to his country, which he 1
served at such personal sacrifice; and
they know, nlso, that he has come
down through the ages, heralded In
song and story, as the Father of hla
Country; First in War. First in Peace,
and First In the Hearts of his Country?
men.
Much that Is good In the American
form of government is directly traeable
to General Washington's strong per?
sonality, and it is very certain that his
hands shaped the doctrines of this
great republic.
IIIS niRTH.
General Washington was born In
Westmoreland county, Virginia. Feb?
ruary 22, ITal. He was a son of Au?
gustine Washington and his second
wife. Mary Ball, a descendant of John
Washington, who emigrated to Vir?
ginia from England, about 1I...7.
Augustine Washington died when his
second son. George, was 12 years old,
leaving a large amount of property to
his widow and five children.
HIS EDUCATION.
His education In the local schools ex?
tended only to reading, writing, arith?
metic, book-keeping, and land-survey?
ing. He grew tall, had a great physi?
cal strength, and was fond of military
and athletic exercises.
In 1740 his eider brother. Captain
Lawrence Washington, served under
Admiral Vernon, in the expedition
against Carthagena, and named his
residence, on the Potomac. Mount Ver?
non, In honor of his commander.
WAS OFFERED COMMISSION.
George Washington was offered
a position as midshipman on
his ship, which. but for th#
opposition of his mother. he
would have gladly accepted. This mag?
nificent estate was inherited by him at
his mother's death.
livery student of history Is familiar
with his record as a soldier and states?
man, in both of which he excelled.
IIIS D10 ATI I.
On the 12th of December. 1709. Just
one hundred years ago. he was exposed
in the saddle for several hours to cold
and snow, and was attacked with acute
laringgltls, from which he died Decem?
ber 14. 1799, aged sixty-seven years.
PRINCESS ANNE OPENED.
The Princess Anne Hotel will be
opened to-day for the season. This
superb hostelry will be under the man
ngemcnt this season of Mr. Sylvanus
stokes, of the Montlcello, with Col. A.
W. Archer, a well-known hotel man
from Richmond, .im resident manager.
it i.s stated that many ivum-sts for
rooms have been r.ivi-,1. and that
several notable people Will spend the
remainder of the winter there.
The trains will take down this af?
ternoon a large number of Norfolk's
society pe?ple, and a brilliant german
will be giv.n. The dinner will be
Served at Ii p. in.
HOTEL CHAM BERLIN,
Washington's birthday will be cele?
brated at the Chamberlih, pid Point,
to-night, by an Impromptu hop,
A number of society people from
Norfolk will bo present. No cards were
Issued, but a cordial welcome will be
extended to all friends of the hotel.
Kcv. Josllim Hunter Here.
Rev. Joshua Si Hunter, n former pas?
tor of Queen Street M. E. Church, but
now presiding elder of the Charlottes
vllle District, arrived in the city last
night to attend the conference of pre?
siding elders, with BlBhop Galloway in
the interest of the "Twentieth Century
Educational fund,, at Epworth Church
to-morrow afternoon, at :t o'clock. He is
the guest of Mr. R. li. Odend'hal, Olney
Road. Ghent, and will preach at Querii
Street Church to-night at 7:30 o'clock.
The Mildern Wii.y.
Commends itself to the well-informed,
to do pleasantly ami effectually what
was formerly done in the crudest man?
ner and disagreeably as well. To
cleanse the system and break up colds,
headaches and fevers without unpleas?
ant after effects, use the delightful li?
quid laxative remedy. Syrup of Figs.
Made by California Fig Syrup Co.
flood health s worth more than any
thliiK else i,i you. and every bottle of
11 Pi Sarsaparille contains goc'd health.
A New ??oiia.
"She was Born In Old Virginia" Is th?
title of a very pretty song Just pub?
lished by the Langhorne Muse- Com?
pany, of this city. The words are by J.
Vlckery I<anghorne and music by
Hoher: R. Whittemore. This s >ug will,
no d.oibt. become popular.
Auction Knie? Ye?n-riliijr.
Messrs. C. II. Ferrell ? Co., auction?
eers, sold at the Real Estate lixchange
y. -I. rday for Judge J. M. Keeling, spe?
cial commissioner, all the property s.t
uated near the village of Huntersvllle
i to various purchasers, for JMvO.
1* a It loh entektai.\hi;m.
HOME MISSIONARY SOCIETY OF
CUMBERLAND STREET >
CHURCH.
A parlor entertainment was given last
night at the residence of Mr. Walter J.
Simmons, 125 Hank street, fur the ben?
efit of the Home Missionary Society, of
?.'uinbei land Street Methodist Church.
Tho affair was attended by about 200
people, and was a grout success.
The program was as follows:
Piano Solo.Prof. Fltz
Recitation.Miss Nettie Miller
Vocal Duet Mis. Fentross and Miss
Powers.
Recitation.Miss F>.>u Skinner
Piano s.d.?.Miss Fanny Berry
Bass Solo. Deep, Deep Sea".
.Mr. Walter Dusoh
Recitation.Miss Parletto
Whistling Solo.Miss llofhelmer
Mai- Quartet;.-- Messrs. Coats, Ed?
monds, Crose and Small.
An elegant supper was served. Dr.
A. <;. Brown, presiding elder of Norfolk
District, and Rev. .1. 11. Amiss, of Rap
pa hannock District, honored the occa?
sion with their presence.
All glasses prescribed by Dr. Week
guaranteed Examinations free. 310
Main street.
Will Ash I or l imner.
The Hoard of Directors of the new
Jubilee Association met in the rooms
of tlie Business Men's Association last
evening for the purpose of considering
tlie matter of n charter and deciding on
a name for the association. After
careful consideration it was decided t-> I
call tlie organization the Tidewater
Carnival Association. which would
every spring give a Mischtanxn.
Mr. Yenahl,- submitted the draft of I
the charter he had been requested to
prepare, which was adopted, nhd to?
morrow judge Ifnnckel, of the Corpora
lion c.nir:. will be asked to grant this
charter.
Prior to stock taking we propose to
inaugurate a special diamond sale,
during the next ten days you will be
aide to secure some rare bargains.
TDK CALK JEWELRY CO.
iMiicrr? K eeten.
The United Order of ?rnnd Rising
Sons and Daughters of Abraham held
its annual meeting Monday and elected
the following officers for the ensuing
term: .1. A. Jarvis, S. 0. II., F. Sims,
s. <;. v. li.: Wm. H. Copelnnd. s. G.
S.: William Marsh, S. O. T.: J. H. Nash,
s. O. I?.: 13. D. Shepherd, s. c. c.; M.
Williams. S. O. I. C: L. W. Tlnmas,
s. o. M.; James Taille, s Q. C.
?eo Dr. Week about your eyes. Ex?
amination free. 310 Main street.
Wiirk Keanmeil on < Impel Ntreet.
Work was resumed on the Chapel
street paving yesterday morning.
The hands yesterday were engaged in
removing the debris and cleaning up
tlie street, from Wood to Chapel. The
city Engineer's Department expects to
push this work to rapid completion, and
expects. If the weather is favorable, to
have the bricks laid to Calvert street
Ip a short time.
The courses of the Virginian-Pilot's
"Home Study Circle" begin next Sun?
day, the 26th of February. See an?
nouncement page 7.
Snow Removed.
The street cleaning department re?
moved the snow from Water street yes?
terday. Tlie street cleaners have work?
ed industriously, and under favorable
conditions of warm weather and rain:)
the streets were put in fairly good con?
dition w IthOUt delay.
OTHER LOCAL ON PAGE 5.
Gained Strength
Abla to Walk n Long Distance Slnco
Taking Hood's Sarsparilla ? That
Tirod Fooling Overcome.
"i was very weak und could not gain
strength. I determined to try Hood'sSar
saparilla. After i hud taken a tew bottles
1 could get around in the house and walk
a bloct- or two. i kept on taking Hood's
nnd now I nui able to walk quite a dis?
tance and can do many other things about
t lie house, which I could not do for a long
. time bet?re taking Hood's S.irsaparilla.
This medicine has strengthened me won?
derfully, aud done me good in many
wij'8." Mbb. J. J. Grimes, 210 West Cory
Blreet, Richmond, Virginia.
" 1 um subject to that t ired feeling, and
hearini? Hood's Sarsapsrilln so often
spoken of asa strengthening medicine I
purchased a holt le. It gave me relief at
once, and 1 have not be en troubled with
that tired feeling since i began its use."
William a. Rarkktt, no North West
Street, Alexandria, Virginia.
Hood's SarsapariiGa
lithe liest In fact, the One True Wood Purifier.
Hood's Pills "ver ",S! raay to
iioou s fills take, easy to opcrate.i!6o.
MADE
BOTTLED
SOLD
DRUGGISTS, GROCERS AND HOTELS SELL IT.
N EVER supplied except In
Sealed Bottles, bearing proprie?
tors firm name Signature thus:
Trade supplied by
W 111'l i; HRi IS. Norfolk. V.l._
PIANOS, PIANOS, PIANOS.
We have h number of second-hand
Pianos, trtkea in exohange for tin- Peer?
less St'.cff Upright Piano. We have or?
dered from our factory a large Shipment
' of latest design Pianos, an in order to
make room, will offer these second-hand
Plahos at exceedingly low prices. Among
the l st is i Checkering, in good condition,
just the think for beginners, price $35.
Also several Organs, some as low as 120
, if you want a Piano come and nee im.
We" .hi sen >ou a strictly high-grade
1 Piano at Factory Price. We manufacture.
CHAS. M. STIEFF FACTORY,
Warerooms Monticello Hotel,
Granby Street, Norfolk;
. JOHN J. FOSTER, Manager.
An Ordinance
COMPELLING- TUB OWNEHS OF
BUI LINOS IN ATLANTIC CITY
WARD ALONG THE LINE OF TUB
PUBLIC SEWERAGE TO CONNECT
THBREWTTH.
Whereas, The Gcnejcal Assembly of
Virginia has authorized the construction
of i publl sewerage system in Atlantic
city Ward; and
When is, The - ti l sewerage has been
laid al ng certain streets In salt! ward in
accordance with sa d act.
Therefore, be It ordained by the Com?
ma-. an,i s. Councils of the City of
Norfolk that,
lit. The owner of every building in
Atlantl City Ward now erected or which
ni ty lei, iti.-r erect- 1. oocuplrd or to
be occupied foi any purpose whatever
shall reuse the same or some portion of
the premises whereon It may be- sltu
ated to bi connected with saht public
sewer; provided such building or premises
be on r along the iin?? of the said public
system of w< rage or drainage.
-nd. It shall he unlawful for any per?
son to liavi an) privy on his lot or In any
house on the line of said public system
of sew rage In Atlantic City Ward that
Is not connected therewith.
3rd. All buildings and premises situated
on any inii" or court opening Into a
street ilong which the said public system
of sew. ray.- is laut ?hall be considered on
the line on i lid public system of sewer?
age nn i subject to all the provisions of
this ordinait< e.
4th. Any person violating any provision
tot this 01 din .shall pay a tine of not
less than $5.00 nor more than SSO.QQ ami
every day of failure to comply herewith
shall b.nsldored a sepcrate offence.
5th. This ordinance shall take effect
from and .ifier July 1st. 1S99.
nth. This ordinance shall be published
for- live days successively In tho Public
Ledger and Virginian-Pilot.
Adopted by the Common Council Feb?
ruary 7th. 1S99.
.1 P. BAST,
President Common Council.
Adopted by the S.-e . t Council February
llth. IV".'.
PRED GREENWOOD,
President Select council.
Teste:
li. S. IIBUM aN. City Treasuer. fer.!-5t
NOTIGE? TO CONTRACTORS
Sealed proposals will be reclcved at the
office of the CUj Engineer, Norfolk, Vat
until 12 o'clock ;-. on of the 9TH DAV OP
MAHCH, A. D. IV.".'. for constructing
sewers In the Fifth or Hi ambit-ton Ward,
of the City of Norfolk. Va.
?Form- of i?ro|- i al.--. oe-t-it-s-of- spei Itlea
ttohs, approximate schedule of work and
Instructions to bidders may be obtained,
and plans ind prollles of proposed work
seen at the office of ihr city Engineer,
Norfolk. Va. Bin h b d must be accom?
panied by a cert Hi d check in the .sum of
Two Thousand Dollars tS-V?*? as a guar?
antee of the y- oil faith of tho bidder,
which check Will he forfeited ns llqul
dited damages In the event of the failure
or refusal of the successful bidder to
enter into a contract within two (2) weeks
of the date of the awarding the contract
to him.
A satisfactory bond In the sum of
; Twenty Thousand Dollars it20.coo) for the
faithful carrying out of tho contract will
be required.
The right to reject any or all bids 19
sped illy reserved,
(Signed.)
THK LOCAL HOARD OK IMPROVE?
MENT OP mtAMULKTON WARD,
NORFOLK, \A.
feS-10t-eod C. J. JONES, President.
IT TEETH! "1
LV Full Set. jr..oo. u ~i"
V Odd Filling. $1.00. .1
i>, Silver Fillings, 60c. up.
? Gold Crowns. J? 00 to J10.00.
,\ Vitalized Air. 50c.. for the painless
( extraction of teeth.
}> The leading physicians of Nor
?' folk recommend vitalized AJr, as
!.\ it is perfectly safe.
?ALBANY DENTAL PARLORS,
I DR. W. W. FREEMAN, Mgr.,
374 Main Strett. J
MRS. H. P0SNER
Takes pleasure In informing tho public
that she has removed her ur.llnery estab?
lishment n the Monticello building, on
Granb) street, where she has iltted up
HANDSOME PARLORS
with everything In the millinery line, and
wh rc she will be pleased io have tho
lad! 9 < ill and examine her really lino
display of
High Grade lYVrHfaery.
airs Pesntr proposes to conduct the
LA MODE upon ?> high plane and to keep
up the highest standard of excellence
known to the millinery int. JelM-codly
11 OR SALE. - AN IDEAL HOME IN
' the land of sunshine and flowers,
three miles from the postofflce, in tho
city of Norfolk, Va. located Immediately
on salt water, contains about seventy
acres, ten acres in woods, balance In
high slate of cultivation; about quarter
of a mile frontage on salt water; fine
ovster ir on.!-, on which oysters can be
raised for family use in abundance, and
for market: house of fourteen rooms
with mi l lion-.. abundance of purest
water right at the door, grounds about
tin- house covi :. .| with tine shade trees,
shrubbery, choice (lowers, vines, etc.
Barns, out-house of four moms for help,
about on.- ban.Ire.1 pear trees. Duchess
variety, about fifty Sickles pear, also
peaches, J.i. incse plums all in bearing.
Connected with city by tine shell
road Por terms and further Information
call oi si! C. IIOCJOARD &
CO. j. Bank street, Norfolk, Va.
Jala-su.we-tf_
Chest Protectors,
Chest Protectors,
Chest Protectors,
?AT?
Trotter's Drug Store,
,Joft Wain St. Cor. Church St.
DR1RYME IN,
DMP.T TRADE ARE INVITED TO
. pect our new MILL FEED.
Unsurpassi I bs anything offered to the
trade loi luclng Milk. Pries below
compctltl Ml higan Green Clover Hay
(or Milk low* also.
D. P. REID &. BRO.
Hay and Grain.
:?> CAB. IX)ADS n hand and enrouto.
Will I- - !?? ip. Secure my prices be
fote p'.ac.iig your orders.
J. H. COFER,
fci9-jm Citizens Bank Building.

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