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THE; NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES TWO, THREj^FWE"
w WANTED. ? A WHITE COOK AND Ijaundrcss, also a white hooso girl. Address with references P. O. Box 223, Norfolk._tnh29-3t TjTwO EXPERIENCED CLOTHING 1 salesmen wanted. Call to-day. M. ROSENRAUM. UG und IIS High siren, Portsmouth, via._It ANTE? AT OXCn-:. - EXPEni eneid hands to alter suits and skirts. BENJ. LO.WBNQ3ERG, 31 Crantiy street._? _mh3o-tf ANTED, ELECTRIC WIREMEN.? All wiremen Interested in organic Ing an. electrical union uro requested to attend a. meeting THIS (Friday) EVEN* 1NG at S o'clock at 108 Bunk street. -nhSO-Jt* "MTANTED ? AN l.VTWIiUOKXT, X\ correct lady stenographer; thirty <S fifty letters dully; impossible use other titeirj ono of experience'. Address MER? CANTILE, 'this ofllce. hih3o-3t TIDY WH1T B GIRL WOULD like a good homo to do plain sewing and assist In house work. Apply 751 Church street, MISS V. B. mhZ9-3t* ?T?TED. - BY A YOUNG MAN something to do, is willing to do anything that is honest; best of referenco furnished. Address D. II. C., care Vir ginfaw-Mfot._'_inli20-4t WY ANTED.? A STY DISH CAB FtlAGE vv Iforse; one that Is perfectly sound and. gentle. EXCELSIOR, this ofilco. tnh28-3l? WANTED. ? 3000 MKN TO PUR chase our special $1.60 Derby, equal to $2.60 hat sold hv others. T. L. STRAW! HAUD & CO., ?31 Main street, Stevens' Old SUnd. |_mhl4-tf Found. FOUND ADRIFT. ? OFF WINDMILL Point, Cheeapeako Bay, by tug AShen- J. Hudson, ono Fish Boat and Skiff. Ownor pan get same by applying to HUDSON & PRO., 6S Roanoke avenuo. Worfolk. and pa-ying costs._mli3S~4t* boarders. WANTED. ? BOARDERS IN PRI vate. family at 319 Duke, street. m-h30-3t*_ rpiIE HOME.?EVERYTHING NEW Jl and clean, table board $3.00: board and room $4.00 per week. 421 and 423 Church street. 'r? LE?S"?XT FURNISHED ROOMS. ?Jfc^ with or wlthout-board. at 241 Church Street, opposlto St. Paul's Church. mhls-tf_ BOARDERS?A PRIVATE FAMILY in Ghent would furnish desirable room and bourd to a married couple, or two young men. Address C. A. C, care Vir? ginian-Pilot._nibll-tf r.._for rent._ FOR X*I31VTo Very Desirable Cottage at Virginia Beach. ?with sewer connections nnd good yard. For terms etc., address "OZONE," coro Virginian-Pilot. mh.30-tf OR RENT. ? A BARG1?ple~? nnt front room, furnished; conve? nient to bath; in Rood. local i mi and central ?>art of city. Address B. l., caro Virgln a.n-Pilot. mha?-th,fr-su-3t* OR RENT.?BIVE 1 tY~~S'PAUlbs, No. 65 Un'on street, corner Church 6treet. A desirable* place for livery or sale stables. W. R. FBNTRESS & son, 18 Bonk street. mh22-lm "? U~RTONT. ?FiTrnIsiiED house - on Colonial avenue. Good location, sear cars. Address. "U. T.," this oflice. mhlll-tf special notices. Imperium in Imperio. A novel, by Sutton E. Grlgga, of Berk? ley, Va. A sociological study of the iNegro race plohlem by one of that race. Interestingly written and instructive. Sold at all bookstores. $1 clothbound. mhl9-lm WANTED.? PEOImTe TO KNOW that wo ore soiling Fox River But? ter Prints, ar.c.; Irish Potatoes, 2.*.c. peck. VIRGINIA GROCERY CO. inb30-3t SADAM BNELL NEWMAN THE Renowr,e<l Clairvoyant and Business Medium, etw bo consulted at her pari rs On all life-1 matters: her tests are wonder? ful. 313 CHURCH STREET, opposlto Fr< nr..sen. inli30-tf AM V V. Its. MANAGER EQUITABLE , LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY, has removed his oftleos to Xo. 2&5 Main street, opposite Business Men's Associa? tion. inh20-lw T"\ NDERGP.ADUATE DOCTORS. DEN- , I tlMs. Lawyers. Pharmacists, soon graduated home; correspondence; educa? tion: graduation; professions; sciences. Bon MO. Chicago--??-? IATM ES NEEDINO TREATMENT j for Irregularities, Loucorrhnea or iip.v . tlier Ovarian Troubles consult Dil. JACKSON. 112 W. Mulberry strrrt, Dab tlmote, Md. Private sanitarium; trained nut ues. QtlK f\(\(\ TO LEND ON TU 13 0-3tJ>>\ )\ t\7 Building and Loan Association plan. W. II. BARGE A NT, Jr. Rootn_;H, Lowcnberg_Bldg. _mhl2-!m* MSnSY to i:oan in*" ?nv *a* ^x* ?M ?*- amounts; no delay cas.'est terms. LEO JUDSON, Academy of Music Inilldlhg marl-tf attorneys, att en t j on! The SEABOARD FIRE INSURANCE CM). represents th^ AMERICAN BOND? ING AND TRUST CO., of lt.iltlmo.re Court bonds issued promptly, Phon<s 25S I Office ill Main. mhlO-eod MONBY REA DT.' - NO W A ITI NO QUICK LOANS ON HOUSHOLB INITURE. WHILE IN USE Mort? gages and ether securities; liberal ad. \rances on ?nlnfleg. rents, annuities, o-. tates nnd permanent tuferneM Interview-, strictly private, and alt transactions rig tdly Confidential. NORFOLK MORT? GAGE AND LOAN CO.. W. II. Ilof nelmer netv No. SC.S Main street Morltz Office Building, suite 6 and C. ntocKs nufl noul?, MOTTO, de WITT & CO.. 31 Granby st Stocks and bbhds. Southern Investments. Correspondence solicited. n ApUCKI Chkhestar's English Fcnnyrnyni Pills ; ' night school. ~~ *At thn SOUTHERN SHORTHAND AND BUSINESS UNIVERSITY Monday, Wed? nesday and Friday nights. Our Night School Is especially designed for those ? ? ore ens-ar'ed during the day. In? struction largrly individual. Terms rea? sonable. For further Information call at ttoo University, or address J. M. RBSSLER, President. Phone 4fA mhl5 BRIEF ITEMS OF INTEREST. Mr. Samuel B. Carey, of Roanoke, traveling representative of the Poca hontas Coal Company, Is in the city. Mr. 1>. S. Cooke and family, of Chi? cago, accompanied by Miss Catherine Buchler, and Mr. H. 1'. Cray and wife, of tho same city, spent yesterday in Norfolk. Mr. A. A. Myers, of Newport News, returned home yesterday from a short visit to our city. Dr. A. F. Wood, of White Hall. Al beinarle county, Va., was a guest yes? terday of tho Montlccllo. Mr. R. P. C. Sanderson, of the N. and W. general offices, Roanoke, spent yesterday in Norfolk on busiues--. Mr. H. 10. Hotchklss and wife, of Torrlngtori, Conn., wore at the At? lantic yesterday. Mr. R. J. Camp, of Franklin, made a run down to rjur city yesterday. Meiers. John H.< Slzer and R. R. Moore, of Suffolk, were visitors yester? day to our city. Mrs. I. W. Bedford and Miss I* Caul ston, of Philadelphia, are guests of the Atlantic. Mrs. Wm. Doctor, of Belleville, On? tario, Canada, arrived in this city Wed? nesday night and yesterday went to Portsmouth to visit her sons. Mr. H. Baughan, of Rich Square, N. C, returned home yesterday from a business visit to this port. Mr. Thomas B?cher and wife, and Mr. J. A. Odell, of Bradford, Pa., who have been guests of Hotel Norfolk, left yesterday for Old Point, en route home. Mr. Thomas "Valden, of the Cockade City, 6pent yesterday in the City by the Sea'. Observer Gray earned the gratitude of the people of Norfolk yesterday by giving them lovely weather. The Confederate Monument attracts much attention and praise from vis? itors. To-night at 8 o'clock the choir of Hp worth Church will sing Stalner's Ora? torio of the Crucifixion. Admission free. An offering will be asked for. Messrs. I.,. H. Reynolds, of Newport News, and C. L. Liber and R. A. Wain ?wright, of New York, registered at the [ Hoard of Trade yesterday. 1 Judge Edmund Waddlll, Jr., and Marshal Morgan Treat returned to Richmond yesterday. There was no session of the United States Court. Bishop Randolph will preach and ad? minister the rite of confirmation at St. Peter's Episcopal Church to-night. Street Inspector R. H. Lee's buggy was run down on Church street, near Queen, about s o'clock yesterday morn? ing by one of the Adams Express wagons and slightly damaged, but Mr. Leo escaped without Injury. Mrs. George P. Hudson and family leave for North Carolina, to-day on a three weeks' visit to friends and rela? tives at New Bern, Oriental and other points. At Oriental they will be Joined by Capt. Hudson, who will look out for the Interest of his firm In that region. The handsome steam yacht Bara couta is in port. Tho school children's Easter holiday began yesterday evening. Hot cross buns will be in demand to? day. Ruth Lodge of Masons had work in the first degree last night. Tho Cotton Exchange will bo closed to-day and to-morrow on necount of Good Friday a.id IOaster eve. Attention in called to the advertise? ment of John S. Hutchison & Co.. wholesale fish dealers and produce commission merchants, and receivers, pa.cke.rs, shippers of fresh and salt fish, Roanoke Dock. PARK PLACE. PROPOSITION TO 'ORGANIZE AN IMPROVEMENT HOARD. A movement is on foot among resi? dents and real estate owners in Park Place to establish a Local Board of Im? provement in that village. They con? sider that the time has arrived when action of this character should be taken, and in order to place the move? ment upon a permanent basis a meet? ing of the citizens of the community interested in the proposition will be held In the school house, of the suburb at 8 _o'elock Saturday night, at which time tin Improvement ISo'trd will be organ? ized with a chairman, secretary and treasurer. There will, In nil probability, be com? mittees appointed on streets, lights, sanitary and other matters of general interest to the people, at tills meet? ing. Ute Excelsior Clolblng Home. ITas placed on sale for the remainder of this week only, TO suits, sizes from 21 to -12 In the leading patterns of this season's make, that were manufactured to ho sold for $10; our price $4.03, con? sisting of blue and black cheviots, fancy worsteds and the old reliable cassl mcrcs, Harris & Sawyer goods. 386 m iln street. mh30-3t P>o your glasses suit you? If not, see Hr. Week, 310 Main street. Kenny** Bciuilllul K inter Picture* Given away Saturday, April Ist. C. IX Kenny, teas, coffes and sugars. 2I>2 Main Btrcetj and Church and Queen streets. mr30-3t FOR SALE. CELERY. Strom? routed White Plume Celery plants $2 thousand, by express delivered. Sufficient muck adheres to the roots, they live and ft row In transit. bear head farms, Orlando, Fla. mh22-9t K~UPR1GHT PIANO, ALSO r>l-Jr*> parlor .suit furndture; piano in splendid condition, if >??>' wa/nl baa Cain, w rite at once to A. B. C, tuts office, mii31-3L ? _?_ IA OR SALIX ? "FOP R SPl .KNPn. JP lots 1n Park Place, near l Ity Park. Address park, thlsoHlce._mh31-3t 1 >T?N?" RARGAIN - WB ii AVK. a JL full size iM'.uitifiit Frew .? u almvt l?r.lto thut we trek In trade t?Wl A ils n n <w STUUra & BAUEIR. \\? will sMl It very che??, cash or time. FACTORS PIANO parlors, corner Granby and Oharloiito streeu*._ nihai-at* DIANO CHEAP. - I HAVE A VERY 1 rum French Walnut Planr> with 3 pedals; cost 1 want cash for it: no reasonable ?fter refused. Address PIANO. Rox 108, Norfolk. \ a._mh.to-.u* For sali; -"aIvbiI" located Retail and Wholesale business; all cash in retail department: big opportunity to the rhtht person to build "}> a gaod trad..-. Apply to W. H. H. TR1CL & CO. nil)23-jt_ i T1 OR SALR. - THE BANK SALOON. JP No 11 Pank street. For particulars and terms apply to LOYALL A TAYLOR, I 28 Bank street. '?1!> " DR. JOHNSON'S RECEPTION. AN AGREEABLE OCCASION FOR PASTOR AND PEOPLE. The Cumberland Street Methodist Church Epworth League tendered their pastor, Dr. Henry E. Johnson, a recep? tion in the lecture-room of the church last night. The room was prettily de? corated with palms and potted plants, fancy lamps and tinted lights, nnd was well filled by a bright and happy audi? ence. Tlie program was ns follows: Hymn?'"Neath the Banner of the Cross" . Congregation I Prayer. Rev. A. H. Wray Address of Welcome.Mr. J. A. Williams Response . Rev. H. E. Johnson Instrumental Duct. Miss LcBlunc and Mr. Hayes Recitation . Miss Louise Cole Instrumental Duet . Miss Mary Dey .Miss Linda PhllpottS. Recitation . Miss Belle Parlette Vocal Solo . Mr. Ernest Vocal Solo . Mrs. Bailey Refreshments for all. As Easter Is here, and we all want to look spring-like, why pay $12 or $15 for a suit, when you can go to the Ex? celsior Clothing House, 380 Main street, and get one of those for $1.1)8 that is worth $10? mh30-3t Columbia Bock, special brewing of Consumers' Brewing Co., of Rosslyn, Va, will be on sale Saturday, April 1st. All in sight of monument. "Newest Discovery" extracts teeth painlessly. N. Y. Dental Rooms. Ennes only, 324 Main street, corner Talbot. Hniirt iTliivIiecI nnd Amputated. Mllrs Young, a colored man about 65 years old, sin talned a serious accident yesterday while nt work on the Roper building, on Water street, which re? sulted In the loss of one of his hands. He was engaged in handling a heavy sill, which slipped and fell on his left hand, crushing it almost to pulp. At St. Vlncent'8 Hospital, to which he was re? moved, tin examination revealed the ne? cessity for amputation, which was ac? cordingly performed. Young, with several other men, was brought here from Gllmerton by Mr. Frank Patrick, foreman of the John L. Roper Lumber Company, to work on the foundation for n large new tank on the Roper building. He lives at Gll? merton and is married. Columbia Bock, special brewing of Consumers' Brewing Co., of Rosslyn, Va., will be on sale Saturday, April 1st. OTHER LOCAL ON PAGE 3. tdrculd be used In the use of linen, Just as much so as any thing else. I.aundrY when done right looks right?not too much starch or too little?Just enough. It should not have that glossy greasy yellow heathen Chinee oppearanco, but white, clean and American. Con? vert yourself to Americanism and cease at once sending your money to China?can't you seo your error? Use either phone, DC7, and we will do tho rest. H. NIXDORFP, Troy Laundry, o <5 s o c a a ao e a aea oe~ma ? aaaa s a a STORAGE ? Household Oooda or all kind 2 stored at moderate rates. ? Call or address <? THE McINTYRE STORAGE CO., ? ? nstl MAIN STREET. j Ja8-su,tu,fr-6m Q seeeoaeacaeeocseeaaaaaaaaa H. E. Owen Grain Co., 716 CITIZENS BANK BUILDING, Norfolk, Va. Wholesale Shippers HAf and GRAIN. FEEDI FEED T It pays to feed your cattle and horses well. It pays to buy good feed, It Is the cheapest. We handle none other. Wo make special price on car load lots. We carry the largest stock In the city. W. P. FORD &. CO., Ballentlne Arcade. ALBERT STAHL Practicil Decorator 253 CHURGH STREET, Opto. St Paul's Church. NEW PHONE CTi. Jy-9-sii-w-fr COBB, BROS. & CO., BROKERS. lf.9 MAIN ST.. opposlto Atlantic Hotol. Exccuta orders In cotton, Kraln, elthor on margin or buy and sell outright. Private wire to New York. Chicago and New Orleans. Correspondent solicited. my27-eod-lf _ LATEST SPRING HATS. WALTER J. SIMMONS & CO., _341_ MAIN STREET._ J. H. COFER, ?SHIPPER OF? Hay and Grain. 610 Citizens* Bank Building. Quick shipment and satisfaction guar? anteed. . . . At the opening of the Spring season we wish to extend an invitation to our friends, cus? tomers and public generally to call on us and see the finest display of Spring Clothing, Hats and Haberdashery we have ever had the pleasure of showing. The store is full of Novelties iri ready-to-wear apparel and everything is bright, fresh and new. The Suits we have made up this season possess all the style, all the excellency of workmanship and all the ex clusiveness of patterns that can be had only from tailoring houses doing business in this form ? making their own clothes and reproducing the season's pictures of fashion in the garments ready-to-wear. Another important feature in buying your clothes here must be considered that there is nothing permittedto leave the premises unless the tit is cor-, rect in every way?a thor? oughly organized Tailoring shop over the new annex building is at the disposal of the customers of this store to take charge of alterations, and a perfectly satisfactory lifting garment is guaranteed to every customer. Aside from the manifold features of advantage that the many departments of the store holds forth by reason of a gigantic assortment which the stock affords for a choice selection, the qualities of the merchandise are of such stan? dard that range from that of moderate cost to the very finest, whilst positively none are placed on sale that cannot be recommended for service, matters not how cheap its price ?it must have merit, value, and give good wear. The merchandise here passes_ direct lrom the manufacturers to the wearers?avoiding mid? dlemen's margins, thus ren? dering it possible to get the same goods for less money, Or belter goods for the same money than can be had at other stores not possessing such facilities. In Men's Wear the assort? ment of Suits comprises the richest and most proper color? ings in Vicunas, Serges, Chev? iots, Worsteds, Diagonals, Silk Mixtures,Cassimeres, Batistes, Flannels and Tweeds?made up in handsome patterns of neat designs to please the fancy ot conservative dressers, and in nobby and fashionable de? signs for younger men who desire the latest fad and want their clothes just so. The shapes consist of Double and Single-Breasted Sacks, loose bucks, conforming"sidelxidies, handsome three-button Cuta? way Frocks, Prince Alberts and Chesterlields, represent? ing the choicest of foreign fabrics, made in the best pos? sible manner ready-to-wear garments can be produced. You'll like our Spring Suits for more reasons than we can name, but principally for their good looks and quality and the economy in the purchase price. The mammoth stock contains good clothes at mod? erate price, and you can make sure of getting the best possi? ble satisfaction when you can get ready to wear garments with so much tailoring ele? gance at so much less than regular tailoring prices. The assortment in Suits for Men ranging at $10, #12.50 and $15.00 is unusually strong and will prove of much inter? est to those interested in prop? erly tailored correct titling garments at such a moderate outlay of money?These we can guarantee in every way for good wear and are warranted in particular for general satis? faction. THE - mm TYLEl ARE READY. EASTER WEEK! Post Patent Flour, J4.25 per barrel. Pest Patent Flour, 28c. ami 65c. bag. 3 Ih, packuge Buckwheat, 10c, package. Arbnrkle's Coffee 10c pound. Eagle ?rand Milk, 16c. can. Hood Milk, 4 cans for 25c. j livst Pure Leaf Lard. 7c. J ; ?? Best Baltimore Hams, 10c. ' ' 8 bars Aunt Sarah for 25c. 4 qt. can Haldwtn Apple.:, 30c. Juest received large shipment of Coffee, all grades, at a very low price. VIRGINIA GROCERY GO., D. PENDER, Manager 61 and ?3 NEW MARKET PLACE. Phonea 4G2. * POWER FOR ( (SMALL USERS. I ? No power for Small Factories ? v or Workshops has been found V so satisfactory i:i every way J f as Electricity. ( j Virginia EM ?o. j We Are Prepared For "Easier Orders." Extra quality and prompt service. THE METTOWEE.