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SPRING STYLES
-NOW ON EXHIBITION AT
The New York Clothing Company
UP TO DATE NOVELTIES IN
MEN'S SUITS, SPRING TOP COATS,
MEN'S PANTS, YOUTH'S CLOTHING,
CHILDREN'S 5U1T5
Men's Hats, Shirts, Hosiery, Neckwear, Night Robes,
Pajamas, Boys' Blouses and Shirt Waists, and every?
thing appertaining to a First-Class Men's Outfitters
at the
NEW YORK CLOTHING CO,,
(THE LEADING HOUSE OF PORTSMOUTH )
21? HIGH .STItF.RT. PORTSMOUTH. V
ale
SLAM
Can find no faul
They don't <ry.
with tlio WlfLVERLEY.
Every part of It Is as
near perfection as years of study and ex?
periment can brine; It. It has been sub?
jected to every possible lest, and It ban
stood tbeoi nil. It'r. not only strong, safe
nnd serviceable, but graceful, light ami
beautiful. And Its price, too?only JIO.W,
Is a Elronr; Inducement.' Can you ask for
more In a wheel?
JM. ft WHITE, 108 High St.. Portsmouth, Va.
SELLING OUT AT AND BELOW COST,
TO CLOSE BUSIN6SS.
THE MERCHANTS' AND FARMERS' PANK OP THIS CITY HAVE
BOUGHT OUR STORE, WE MUST VACATE. SO Tl113V CAN REMODEL AND
OCCUPY IT FOR THEIR BUSINESS. IP YOU ARE IN NEED OP SHOES,
DON'T FAIL TO COME AND SEE US, AS EVERYTHING WILL RE SOLD AS
ADVERTISED. HEADS OP FAMILIES SHOULD TAKE ADVANTAGE OP
THIS BALE, FOR THEY CAN SAVE FROM 25 CENTS TO 51.00 ON EVERY
PAIR OP SHOES THEY BUY FROM US.
L*. O. L-ONG &t SOM.
mlH-im 219 HIGH STR ICT, PORTSMOUTH, VA
FOR SPlL-E^
T.nr^e hour.- Chestnut street extended; large house, Glasgow street1 corner;
double house, large lot, Sixth street; vacant lot sixtii street: lart?.- house Chestnut,
corn, r Orlflln; double house London street extended; - nice lots on Crawford Btreet;
Innre hou-i. on f'i aw ford street; nice pross brick house, Dlnwlddle Btrteet; 2 nice
residences on Washington street: house Hart streot, all conveniences; nice house,
?t rooins bath, etc., Ratton street: f. choice lots High street, Cottage Place;
1 house nnd four lots Cottage Plncc; 1 bouse and 2 lots. Brighton; 1 Irouso. large
lot Scottsvlllc; vacant lot In Brighton, CatUiga Place. Park View and Pinner's
Point; 2 line lots on Court street, cheapest in the city.
R S. BROOKS,
B< 11 Pbone
411 COURT BTREET.
ORTSMOUTH, VA.
BERKLEY.
Tlie regular meeting of tin? Town
Council was held last night, with the
President, Mr. Keeling, in the chair and
the following members present: Messrs.
Martin, Whetstone, Roach, Jacocks,
Williams, Robertson and Humphrey.
Tho Finance C.miti e recommend?
ed that Dr. Morgan be i i:d < 0 and
Dr. McConsillc $26 for extra services.
Tho Mayer was Instructed to have
srv.ral ordinances concerning police
printed and pqsted in ih<- station-house
ami that the same be enforced.
Dill of Berkley Electric Light and
Power Conlpnny, amounting t<> <*:.'.7.li'>,
was ordered paid.
Tiio Sergeant was errrpoTi ? 11 d to ri?
duco Captain A. N. Marshal's assess?
ment on personal propi rty to $.".,000.
Mr. George Bllven addressed the
Council in reference to purchasing n< >v
hose, etc., for tho Central Hose Com?
pany. Referred t" the Fire Committee.
Request of the Norfolk County Bcho >:
Hoard, asking that the Council allow
them the use of the Council chamber
every third Monday in each month for
their meetings, was granted.
The town officials were instructed to
enforce the ordinance concerning the
filling of low lots,
Tho Improvement Hoard was In?
structed to procure a petition from the
property-holders on tho east side of
Chestnut street. Berkley avenue from
Main t.> Third streets on belli sides and
from Third street to tho cemetery on
cast side of Berkley avenue, to have'
sidewalks paved.
A petition from W. E. Thomas, of
Portsmouth, asking for permission to
erect certain buildings on the property
between Frez Bros." mill and Mr. w.
H. Lyons, was referred to the Building
Committee.
?The Ordinance Committee was In?
structed to prepare an ordinance pro?
hibiting the driving of vehicles over
tiio sidewalks.
BERKLEY ADVTS
SPECIAL AT DAUOHERTY'S DE
partment Stores, 72 and 71 Chest?
nut street, fer Monday: .Some choice pat?
terns in Embroideries, i?e-. and i.'e. qual?
ity, will be sold to-morrow for &o.
THE ELIM 881 WORKS,
OP ELMIRA, N. V.,
will removK their plant to Norfolk and
locate on (he Berkley side of the river at
the Junction of Tenth street an I tho Nor?
folk and Western railroad, where they
will manufacture and repair ail ki::ds o'f
Circular Saws.
For further Information address
Tim VIRGINIA SAW WORKS,
fc2I-tf BERKLEY, VA.
JOHN S. ETHERIDGE.
livery *ni> noAnniMi stables
berkley. va.
Not foil: and Portsmouth trade eollcite l
New Plior.e No. 1.203.
Dr. Morgan was re-elected liealth Of?
ficer for thirty days.
Adjbu rhed.
BRIEF MENTION.
Miss Harry Arrlngdale, who has boon
visiting friends in Elizabeth City, N. C,
has returned.
Mr. John S. Etherldgc, one <>f the
popular young livery mi n, loft yester?
day afternoon for Petersburg, where ho
ivjll to-morrow afternoon wed Miss
Nina Roger;- >:i, n p. pul.ir young lady
of thai city.
Scvi rai parties will appear before the
Mayor :liis morning to answer the
charge of running gambling .. uses.
Mr. Simon Snlsbury has returned
from a business trip to Now York.
Mr. Zacks left last n ?in for New
York, on a Hhort business trip.
It aas rumored yesterday that the
b..,;v . ,M r. ' ;? i,.b i I ;K. - ?; ..f ;n.. two
brothers of Mr. Joseph Hiii. of Berkley,
bi il? of whom are report* l to have b on
drowned by the loss ot their Bchooner
during the storm of last week, near the
mouth of the Potomac river, had wash?
ed ashore. Captain Funch, accom?
panied by Mr. Joe Hill, lefl yesterday
nfternoon for the scene of the reported
wreck.
(Continued from First Tage.)
WIM.. MUSTER OUT VOLUNTEERS.
The War Department has determined
to muster out ami bring home all the
volunteers in Cuba, with the exception
of the volunteer engineers and Im?
munes. The necessity for immediate
action has been brought to the atten?
tion of the War Department on ac?
count of the quarantine regulations
against Cuba, which go into effect
about the 1st of May, and which uro
esi.lally strict at nil Southern ports.
When the troops uro brought to this
country they must, under the law, be
mustered out in United states camps,
and they, no doubt, will bo brought to
camps nearest their homes, it is de?
sired also to have them brought to
places whore fumigating can be done,
and it is posslblo that troops for the
Northerri States may l?- brought to
Mont ink nnd Camp Wikbff again to be
established, although the present in?
tention is to have nil Northern troop?
sent to Camp M \ade in Pennsylvania.
The troops 6f North Carolina, South
Carolina, Louisiana and Ocorgio will
probably be brought to Savannah; the
Texas troops to Galveston, and the
Tennessee, Kentucky and Virginia
troops to Old Point Comfort, Va,
AN OUTPOURING
OF CUBANS
Honor Paid to General Max?
imo Gomez.
INTERFERENCE BY POLICE
Jeered nmi Frigtuenca i>j mo Popu?
lace? Tin? Crowd Clturgcd l?.v
ulnrn huU ilio Polle* Rnn-Vnbmi
OlUeora Adhere to (iomci-llu' As?
sembly Guarded by ?i.valry
nomiccd ?<? u i.lnr.
(By Telegraph to Virginian-Pilot.)
Havana. March 13.?-Federlco Mora,
Civil Governor of Havana, when he
learned this morning of. the prepara?
tions for an outpouring of people id
honor of General Gomez, directed tho
police to prevent the parade. They
tried to do so. Chief of Police Menocal,
with his mounted inspectors and police?
men by twos und threes, attempted to
turn hack the various societies that
were marching toward Quinta do Los
Mollnas, the residence of Gome/.. At
tirst little attention was paid to these
Offorts. When a policeman seized a
l|ag or made an individual arrest, the
others in the line would simply march
on, Jerrlng and yelling: "Down with
the pollco," "Long live Gomez," "Death
to the Assembly."
POLIC EM A X THOROUGH LY
SCARED.
Colonel Raoul Arango, an Inspector,
took a l!ag away from an American
who was parading. Immediately sur?
rounded by a menacing crowd, he club?
bed one of the demonstrators till the
blood flowed. Then, dismayed by the
savage yells of the wounded man's
-companions, he withdrew to another
point. Chief Menocal \v::s mocked by
the crowd in the Tacon walk. When
n ar Quinta de Los Mollnas, the dem?
onstrators beg in to shove the police?
men, pulling their coats and attempting
to take away their clubs. There were
more than a hundred policemen within
ten blocks, but they did not act to?
gether. Indeed they were thoroughly
scared, and one policeman ran to Cen
tral Park, where the Tenth regulars
were camped.
CHARGED BY REGULARS.
The Twentieth regulars, who wore
sent at double quick, with fixed bay?
onets, to protect the policemen, charged
down upon ;i crowd of a thousand.
Everybody ran, Including the p dice,
and men, women and children tumbled
over each other in the rush. Two min?
utes later tho avenue was cleared for
blocks, but not a person was hurt by
the regulars.
MONEY FOR CUBANS.
I General Gomes has not Indicated to
I O.iVerner-< l.neral Brooke whether he
I will fto ahead with the distribution of
the $;:.tiuii.<HMi. as If the military Assem?
bly did not exist, although his dis?
position Is to do so. If he decides so.
the plans for distributing the money
?Uli be carried out as arranged before
Iii? deposition.
He has an appointment with General
Brooke for Wednesday, when the re?
cent developments will be thoroughly
discussed.
ADHERENCE TO GOMEZ.
Two telegrams were received nl
headquarters to-day from Cuban ofll
Ccrs in the interior of the island, de?
claring their adherence to G ime?, and
many other officers are expected to
make him their representative, espec?
ially those outside the Immediate per?
sonal Influence of the generals who arc
members of the Assembly.
THE OLD HERO SPEAKS.
Havana, March 13.?"While thousands
of Cubans were demonstrating to-day
In honor of Gomcz.paradlng the streets,
surrounding the Summer palace, lis?
tening to :i speech by him and vocifer?
ously che. ring his utterances, with
co-mingled cries ol "Death to the As
gi niiiiv." this body, in a guarded house
r~?~i i.i i ?. rr.\ c.v.? Rules away, con?
tinued the abusive tirades of Saturday,
<; i.etv.l t-'angtiily, amid applause,
Plens.-.n: Dreams.
Tt dors not lie in the painter's fancy to
Imagine a puttier picture than that of a
young girl, with litis luscious with the
promise of love, half parted in the smiles
of happy dreamland. The mthd of happy
maidenhood is a clear and polished mirror,
which, when the wits go wandering into the.
ghostland of dreams, reflects the impres?
sions of waking hours, if those impres?
sions are pleasant and painless and haupv,
she will smile in her sleep, if the impres?
sions ar" those of a suffering woman, tor?
tured with the tpecial ailments to which
the feminine organism is liable, the picture
is spoiled by the lines of suffering and de
spondency. Malsdiesof this nature unfit a
woman for joyous maidenhood and for ca?
pable motherhood. Tiny iucapaeltate her
to bear the burdens of fife in any sphere
of action. Household, marital and social
duties alike are a burden to the woman who
is constantly suffering from hcaclarh-H,
backaches, dragging sensations and weak?
ening drains. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Pre?
scription positively," completely, unfail?
ingly cures troubles of this nature, it
imparts health., strength, vigor to the dis?
tinctly womanly orgaas. it fas for care?
free, healthy maidenhood, happy wife, hoed
ami capable motherhood.
" I have n little step 'daughter who had St.
Vitus'* Ilancc, which your medicine on red."
wjilrs Mr. r. i-\ fere, of Kord. Ditiwiddic Co.
Va. "1 -unit a1, .ut twenty dollars lor 0 ctoi -
bills shd medicine. a:u! it iii.l not do the child
one cool s worth Of ifoo.l. Wc commenced tlvin.?
Dr. Pierce's Parorite Prescription und 'Ootdea
Med) I Discovery'and lined three linttlr* r.f
caca. wtdch ???.! only ?ix dollars. Now the child
i? running ?round every where uud is iu^t a*
healthy us ever.''
called parts of the message of Gomes
to the Cuban army and people, publish?
ed yesterday, "deliberate lies."
WATCHED BY CAVALRY.
At 1 o'clock a heavy Cuban guard
was placed near the house and the
roads leading to It were watched by
Cuban cavalry for the purpose of pre?
venting the collection bl large bodies.
The Assembly opened at half past 2.
General Lacret d< plored the presence ot
the armed guard, saying that the As?
sembly had nothing to fear from the!
people of Cuba, and thaL if the people
warned to do its members Injury the
shame was thclr's. Ho then proceeded
to state the grounds for the resignation
of Senor Tamayo as vice president <>f
the Assembly, reading the intter's let
tcr of resignation. Senor Cisneros w is
elected* to succeed the retiring vice
president. In acknowledging tha elec?
tion Senor Cisneros referred to the
"miserable" 13.1.0C0 which the United
States has offered.
President Andrade called him to or?
der, saying he could not permit hint to
spi ik dlsparlngly in a public session
of (he Unit d ;-"tites and President Me
ICIu! y. t>> wiiopj Cuba owed much.
A letti r was read from General Mayla
Rodriguez, supporting Saturday's ac?
tion. ?
SENOR DE QUESEDA EXPELLED.
Then a motion was mndc declaring
Senor Gonzales de Quesedn a "traitor
to the Assembly." and an "accompl.ce
of Gomes," and asking for his expul?
sion. It was unanimously carried by
viva voce vote.
A committee of three was then ap?
pointed i0 draft an address to the
Cuban people and army regarding Sat?
urday's action of the Assembly, with
instructions to report at to-morrow's
session.
DENOUNCED AS A LIAR.
Then followed spec hes by Sangutlly,
Agtterro and Portuondo, all ref rrlng to
tlie "lying statomcnt" of Come:: and
repeating the charges against him.
made on Saturday. The general effect
of their utterances was a Justiflctitl n
of Saturday's proceedings?a claim that
the Assembly wag acting solely with a
I view of obtaining recognition <>f the
Just deserts of the Cuban soldiers- All
the speakers deplored "any misjudg
m it at the hands of the Cuban peo
:>le."
For frost bites, burns, indolent sores,
eczema, skin disease, and especially
Piles. DeWltt's Witch Hazel Salvo
stands first and best. Look out for
dishonest people who try to Imitate and
. oiint if It i:. it's th ir ei durscm* nt of
a good article. Worthless e n ds are not
Imitated' Get DeWltt's Witch Hazel
Salve. Uttrrow-ilartln Company.
Crystal hearts with a gem setting are
worn for Iii? l< as ;i watch ohain trinket.
Coral sleeve links mounted in Bllver
are exceedingly chic for slilrt waists.
The fad tor having huge pearl buttons
to fasten the from has caused the studs
to match, that used to accompany all
sleeve links, to fall Into disuse.
Not one chil l dies whore ton formerly
died from croup. People have learned
the value of One Minute Cough Cure
nnd use it tor severe lung and throat
troubles, it immediately stops, cm.til?
ing. It never fails. Burrow-Martin
Company.
The sots of pins in graduated size for;
the back of the skirt now conic In a
dainty white sit de case accompanied
by four liny jeweled stick pins to pin
the stock ribbon down all around.
As the season ot the year when pneu?
monia, la grippe, sore throat, coughs;
colds, catarrh, bronchitis ami lung trou?
bles are to l e guarded ngninst, nothing
"is a tine substitute," will "answer the
purpose," <ir is "just as good" as One
Minute CotUTh Cure. That Is the one
infallible remedy for all lung, throat or
bronchial troubles. Insist vigorously
upon having it if "something else" is
offered you.
One thinks there could he nothing
now tinder the sun in silver hat pins.
Yet those of a pretty shape in gun
metnl (inish. studded with small rose
diamonds, are entirely novel.
"CIvp m? a liver roprulator and I can
regulate the world." said a genius. The
druggtsl handed him a bottle of De
Witt's Little Marly Risers, the famous
little pills. Burrow-Martin Company.
An elegant finish to a handsome toilet
is given by one of those purse bags of
gold canvas embroidered with gold or
iridescent beads.
Even hack-combs have taken the gem
fever, and now come set with turquoise,
rhincstop.es, etc.
Continued from Seventh Paso.
heretofore characterized him and made
Ins personality and ability felt.
i'P ii tie- death of Professor John B.
Minor, of the University of Virginia
I.aw School, Mr. Dnbney was mention?
ed as his successor and when the Board
of Visitors met was unanimously
chosen for this high post. He soon
evinced those qualities of mind and lie
solid attainments which had won, un?
sought, all the honors that had boon
bestowed upon him. Professor Dabncy
was a man of Hail physique and tor
two or throe years his health had been
very delicate.
Some twenty years ago ho married h
daughter of the late Archibald Douglas,
Who died about two years ago. There
are seven children, the oldest of which
has not yd reached His majority.
Tin: BECKER CASE.
Moritz Pecker, the Russian, whoso
family was recently deported to Rus?
sia by the Now York Immigration Bu?
reau, wati before United States Com?
missioner Pleasant* to-day, upon the
charge of making false statements In
connection with obtaining his naturali?
zation papers and with obtaining his
naturalization papers fraudulently.
Commissioner Pleasants decided to
send Hocker on to the grand Jury, and
required of him bail in the sum of
$1.000.
A plen was drawn up addressed to
Judge Edmund Waddill, Jr., represent?
ing that Becker was in the hands of
the United States Marshal, whereby he
was unjustly deprived of his IIb? rty,
and asking for a writ of habeas corpus
to tho end that he might be restored to
his liberty and rights. The ball bond
was reduced to $000.
VmGINIA HEUTE NA NTS.
A special from Washington to-day
says:
The appointments of Second Lieuten
ants was made public this afternoon
Those froni Virginia tire John W
Daniel, Jr . now First Lieutenant Thlrf.
United states Volunteer Engineers.
Allen Smith, now Frst Lleutennn
Seventh United States Volunteer in
fan try, and Arthur M. Shipp, a grad
?ate of the V. M. I., and John Fred
James, of Danville.
AGE BEFORE BEAUTY.
A 5nol.il Baying, but one that should bo
considered, especially In whiskies. Any
i<h< mist can mal e a beverage sola as
Whiskey, that Will lock beautiful, but the
strength and purity will bo missing.
What is lei-led In whiskey, especially
among Invalids and persons sufforlng
front debilitated stomachs, is absolute
purity?In whiskey, this comes not only
from distillation, but from ago. Tho
O. O. TAYLOR Pure Rye and Bourbon
Whiskies are seven summers old before
they are bottled and sealed. Chester II.
Graves ?\- Sons, the bottlers, of Hosten,
Mass. guarantee these whiskies to bo ab
Bolutely pure, and they can be retained
by the most delicate stomach. Physi?
cians' pri scrlptlons Invariably read.
<;. O. TAYLOR Pure Rye and Bourbon."
If they are the best for the Invalid, why
are thev not tho best for the man soci?
ally Inclined. The MONTICELLO HOTEL
ii these goods, and if you will sample
Ihi m yon will acknowledge that ag
i e:a? s 1 .-foro bcautv, especially as re
.?rrtv.il ?>l Mails ill Norloin, (Vit.)
I'OHi <>?>???.
Berkley, Va.?6:45, 8:45, 10:13 a. m.
and 2:46, 6:45, 8:00 p. m. I
Portsmouth, Va.?S: 15 a. m. and
12:10, 2125, 0:10, 7:25 p. in.
Washington Steamers?7:80 a. m. 1
Norfolk and Western?9:38, 11:35
a. m. and 10:40 p. m.
Seaboard Air Line?7:35 a. m. and 5:10
p. in.
New Bay Line (Southern Railway)?
7:30 a. in.
Ocean View. Ya.?S:30 a. m. and 2:45,
7:46 p. in.
Tanner s Creek, Va.?8:30 a. m. and
2:46 p. in.
Scwell's Point, Va.?8:30 a. m. and
2:45 p. m.
New York. Philadelphia and Norfolk
'.?:,'il a. in. and S:00 p. in.
Broad Crock, Va.?8:30 a. in. and 4:30
p. in.
Smithflcld, Ya.?10:15 a. in. and 10:40
p. m.
Battery Park, Va.?10:16 a. m.
Virginia Beach?8:60 a. m. and 2:65
P. in.
Norfolk. Virginia Reach and Southern
(main line)?2:55 p. in.
Norfolk, Virginia le ach and Southern
(Currltuck Division)?3:15 p. in.
Atlantic and Danville?10:10 a. n>. and
5:30 p. n?.
:. irfolk and Carolina?10:30 a. m. and
6:50 p. m.
Norfolk and Southern?11:13 a. m, and
4 ::'.."? p. in.
Weal Norfolk, Ya.?12:10 p. m. and
5:30 p. in.
Tort Norfolk, Va.?12:10 p. m. and
G:'.it p. hi.
Che.-i.il> alic Birth Ohio?12:15 pi m. and
7:05 p. tri.
.Matthews and Gloucester Counties?
5: -15 p. rn>
James River?0:00 p. m.
MAILS CLOSES AT NORFOLK (VA.)
POSTOFFICE.
Matthews and Gloucester Counties?
5:45 a. m.
Norfolk and Western?6:30 a. m. and
3:30, 0:.."> p. m.
.lames River?6:00 a. m.
Berkley, Va.?6:68, 8:3$. 10-.5S a. in.
and 2:58. 0:3s, 8:22 p. in.
Ocean View, Va.?0:30 a. m. and 12:30,
5:30 p. m.
Tanner's Creek, Va.?6:30 a. m. and
12:00 p. in.
Scwell's l'olnt, Va.?0:30 a. m. and
12:30 p. m.
Portsmouth, Va.?7:00. 0:00 a. m. and
13:00 in., and 2:30. 5:35, 7:30 p. m.
Chesapeake and Ohio?7:20 a. m. and
2:15 p. in.
New York, Philadelphia and Norfolk
?7:00 a. m. and 5:15 p. in.
Virginia Beach?11:45 a. m. and 2:45
p. in.
Norfolk. Ylrglnia Reach and Southern
(main line) ?11:45 a. in.
Norfolk. Virginia Beach and Southern
(Currltuck Division)?9:00 a. m.
Norfolk and Carolina?S:15 a. m. and
1:45 p. m.
Seaboard Air Line?8:30 a. m. and 7:13
p. m.
Atlantic and Danville?S:30 a. m.
Broad Creek, Va.?S:U0 a. in. and 5:30
p. in.
West Norfolk, Va.?0:00 a. m. and 5:33
p. in.
Port Norfolk, Ya.?0:00 a. in. and 5:35
p. m.
I Norfolk and Southern?0:30 a. m. and
3:30 p. m.
Smithflcld, Ya.?G:30 a. in. nnd 2:30,
3:30 p. in.
Dattery Park. Va.?2:30 p. m.
Washington Steamers?5:15 p. m.
Now Bay Lino (Southern Railway)?
5:15 p. in.
An extra dispatch of mail, com?
mencing to-night, will be dispatched
via Atlantic Count Lim-, closing at post
olllcc at 7:45 p. m., carrying mall from
this ofllce for all points Viet ween Dan?
ville, Ya., and New Orleans, La. Tills
Includes all Western North < Virol.i:a.
Georgia, Florida, South Carolin.., Mis?
sissippi, Louisiana, Texas and Ala?
bama.
O -A- S >0> S.-3. -X .A. .
F.-aretho rf^i I-i Yd H3l<> V.'-TtS
lir. uiiuriiin in IIa Ulm ore.
Rev. Dr. M. i:. Wharton, of rrecnin
.-? .n Street Baptist church, preached
In Baltimore yesterday, lie left that
city tills morning for Graham, N. C,
haying been cnlli d to the latter place
by sickness In his son's family. Mrs.
Wharton left Norfolk from Graham
Saturday evening;
To-day's Baltimore American says:
"Rev. M. it. Wharton, D. l>.. pastor of
the Freemason Street Baptist Church,
. Norfolk, Ya., brother <>f Rev. Dr.
!?. M. Whin ton. pastor of Brantly Bap
list Church, tills city, occupied the pul?
pit of that church yesterday morning
and evening and was greeted by a
Inrge congregation of the admirers of
both distinguished clergymen?tho one
pastor of Brantly, and the other hav?
ing been frequently tendered the pas?
torate in event of Dr. Whnrton's re?
tirement The theme of Dr. Wbarton's
sermon was 'Christ, tha World's Great
Magnet." "
All glasses proscribed by Dr. Week
guaranteed. Examinations free. 310
Main street.
Sprloa Mftiinfncforv Prstroyed.
Philadelphia. March 13.?The Charles
S ott Company's spring works at W2S
New Market street were destroyed by
fire1 this afternoon, entailing a "los.s of
$159,000. The other buildings, the hub
w irks of John Buckley & Co., and the
brass works of B. B. Hill, adjoining,
were slightly damaged. The lire was
the result of an explosion caused by
the sudden Irhmerslng of a hot lUeel
spring i:i a yaj of ph.
LADIES CAN WEAR SHOES
One slzo smaller after using Allen's Foot
Ease, a po.vd.-r to be shaken Into tti*
sdioes. It makes tight or new shoes feel
easy; itivos instant relief to corns and
Uli ns. It's the greatest comfort dl.<
covery of the a~e. Cures and prevoatj
swollen ff't. blisters, callous and sute.
gp?ts. Allen's Foot-Ease in a certain curs
for sweating, hot. aching, nervous feet
At ail druggists and shoe stores. 2.",e. Tri?
; . . free Ad dross, Allen s. oiiuiud
Le Roy, N. Y.
PORT CALENDAR
FOR TUB MONTH OF MARCH. 1S99.?
t-'.M/.TlaTKI) FOR, V. S. NAVY
YAi'.l). NOHPOK. VA.
STANDARD TIME.
Day
I Sun |ILWaler|U Water
Mi \v..;c |iti. a :;a.M|P.M|A.M|B.M
I We 1. ..
- Th?r*.
8| Friday
4 Sat, ..
5 Sun. ..
6;Mon. ..
7 Tu- .?. ..
6 Wed, ..
OThu'ra
10! Friday
n Sat. ..
12 Sun. ..
1. il\ n. .
1,4 Tees. .
R ft v I. ..
10 Th?rs. .
II ;?'.-:?!. iv
..
l'.'Sun. ..
20,Mon. ..
21 Tuos. .
-? We !. ..
M 1 hurs.
21 Frl lay
2&|8at. ..
2? Sun ..
Mon. ..
Tues. .
> \Ved. ..
Phi rs.
I SI Fr! 1 ty
.. ? : 11:1(1,11:W 5:224 6:33
.10:31 0 01-112:01 6:101 6:18
.. . 0:02 0:41 12:51 7:04 7:10
.. ?:..: ?.; i> $M\ sat
i >l 2:4V 3:% 9:10 9:20
.. i:2S;6:0l 3:55 4:22| 10:21110:38
; ... ... ?:. r.:.;j ii:2>;jii:it
, ,,: ..; ? t;:.;i-12:2?
8:16
.. ''..'I 6:0"
.. 6:0$ 7:&
.16:211 0:09! SM:
.. 6:19 6:10 9:31 9:
.. .i:u i?:i: in:
.. 6:17 0:1- 10:57111:221
.. 'i.i:..''..!J 11:4V-i
..{6:14 '::ii 0:12
:i:?| 1:03 l??
:l! >;:!>;,
3:"1
l:?2
0:43 1:19
1:10 2:00
2:30 2:60
3:20 a:3t
:. ?? .17
1:65 ; :01
6:431 5:4S
6:32 I :.
v....
5:21 B:2I
9:24 9:24
10:25 10:30
11:2M
? 22-"12:06
7:02 0:18 U:?
7:..T, 1:00 1:23
3:10 U4im 1:57
: ? G . - ... S:42 2:18 2:31
?7 6:24 S:55 9:17 2::..v 3:03
: C 24 9:31 9:55 3:34; 3:40
:55 6:25 10:10 10:37| 4:10| 4:20
: 16:20 1":"! U:2S 5:0', 5:03
??- !:3J IR40-5:49, 5:63
:::.
? i: : at at surset uro computed for the
Visible : sing ar.,1 setting; the observer's
''? ' feet above sea-level and view tin
ol?trurtcil. ,
In Hie t:.!e columns. Ch. 00m. Is mid
nu-ht: 12 h OOtn: is noon.
Small tide* range 1.3 to 2 2 foot rise;
average tides, 2.3 to 2 9 fe?tj Kreat tides.
;.'.' to 3.5 feet, Gales from north to ?.ast
cause extreme high t des.
MOON S PHASES:
I'h i.'e.
Now Moon .. ..
First Quarter
I Full M on ....
Tit : 1 Quarter
Day Hour; Mtn.[ Perled.
53 I Evening
24 IEvening
18 Morning
' .Evening
Crisp
and
Dainty.
Pie Crust Flavor.
MADE BT
MARVIN,
Pitts burg.
. a-v t ?-*\ i ?n.-i\%K-r<
RUNKS. VALISES
r~ We guarantee all '1 run KS uouglll ot ui
for one year and repair them free of
el irge. We also prim the name and ad?
dress on your trunk gratis.
A BIG CUT IN ALL
OUR LEATHER GOODS
Wo nre getting |t\ our new stock
and will sell Trunks and Bags re?
gardless of cost.
A Splendid Canvas Trunk
Steel damps and corners, two
sole leather straps, iron bottom,
division lor hat box, SJ.75._\
Another?larger, stronger, $4.25
And when it comes
o Suit C2SG3 herz
ure a few of Our Prices.
\ Leather Suit Case, brass bolts and
t ?; i $3.00 Another and better for $4.
Another still !? tier for *i.00, and 30 they
co up to
Our Hue of tine Hand Pags and Pocket?
books s complete. Come and see our cel?
ebrated Bureau Trunk.
1
172 Church St., near Main.
For Over Fifty Years
MRS. WINSLOW'S
Soothing Syrup
; , been used : ?:" children while teeiti.
lug. It Boothea thu child, uoftcas the
sums, a..'^' pain, cores wind cone.
regulates the stomach and bowels, and
it, u-.o i t remedy tur diarrhoea. Twenty
cents 1 I ittlo. Sola by a.I ilruggU.J
liuoucl.oiil thu world
I TO UAlVi STRENGTH
'?("?.? ); ? r - tit.: ?*<tin? itittAu
?????? ? ??? y eonoeatmed. pre?
dig! 11. t bee) |.rri..intion
LIQUID PEPTONE
It. .; .1 ?. l. ? fntthtrdlfrvttfon. <i:y.-? nattl
1 ral v f or lamedUtetj, 1LJonUlua. no Oroj.or
? . . . o.irtowK.MartinlOu.
, sit'l^oi t JKjIKR id., ivtcmfju. r.ll.d*., r?.

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