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THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES 2,3, 5, 6, and 11,
WEATHER REPORT. Washington, April 4.?Weather fore? cast for Wednesday: Virginia?Fair Wednesday; cloudy and warmer Thursday; fresh northerly tv'inds, becoming variable. Not th Carolina?Fair and warmer Wednesday; probably fair and warmer Thursday; fresh northerly winds, be? coming variable. Koriolti mid t Iclnltr WEATHER FORECAST FOR TO-DAY. Fair; no change in temperature; in? creasing northeast winds. TEMPERATURE. RAINFALL AND HUMIDITY. Maximum temperature . 42 Minimum temperature . 2:! formal temperature . 63 Departure from normal.minus 15 Departure since January 1st..minus 121 Rainfall In past 24 hours.24 Rainfall since 1st of month.24 Mean humidity . 5S CALENDAR. Sun rifles, 644 a. m.; sets, C:3l p. m. TIDES. Norfolk?High water, 4:46 a. m. and r.:24 p. m>; low wt'.'Jer, 11:01 a. m. and 11:23 p. m. Old Point?High water, 4:25 a. m. and 5:03 p. m.; low water, 10:10 a. m. and 11:08 p. m. Monuments and Gravestone*. The selection of a sultublo memorial In marble or gran , jl He can ha readily made from HrtAAw o-ir Merle, for wo carry tho ' largest assortment or flnlah . cd desipns in the South. teTHE COUPER MARBLE WORKS (KMnhlUlMMl r>0 Ve.in.) 1311-10:1 Hmiu Ml. NorfnlK, Vn. m.% UKttr.it. M1LLER-R<>lx;EHS. ? On the evening of Wednesday. Mutch -'?>. l.v'.f, ut the rcsl deivce of th*- bride's parents, 526 Bnvder avenue, Philadelphia Pa., by the Rev. j, _jvvwi. v SuUlvtui rH ,vr u:.-t J. M i i.LEE and MAGGIE RODOBRS, daughter of < .i;i in wr.li.uii J. Rodgers, both fer iherly of Norfolk. Va._ yi ih:m\<;\ Ncirfdk, Vs., April 3. 1SW>. THERE WILL RE .V CALLElD meeting *>r the BOARD oi' HAR? BOR COMMISSION EiRS ?I 1 :r Line,-. No. ISO m-iiti street, l' i IV13DNE3DAY, tho 5th Instant, at I o'clock p. ni., to lonsMcr tho appllcut-'on <d' the Southern Brandl Drawbridge Company for a pcr mll to build :i bridge ncros.? the Southern Branch of Hi hi BUheth river. All pule, interested are invited to be present. w. R. MAYO, it President. NOTICE. - THE ANNUAL MEET Inu of the VIRGINIAN AND PILOT PUBLISHING COMPANY will be held ?I the ofli.e or Mr. L. D. Starke, Jr., room No ::t Lowcnbcrg btilldlng, hi the cltv of Norfolk. Va.. on WEDNESDAY, THE I9TH DAY OF APRIL. IK?9, at 12 o'clock m. mhll-tdm ,T. E. ALLEN, Secretary. NOTICE IS IIERERV GIVEN THAT I have Ihls day. March 21, IS99. quali? fied as administrator of the estate of Michael Glcnnan. deceased. All Indebted to sab! (stale will please call at my e-f llce, room 210, CMIsens Rank Building, mid settle, and all having claims against naid estate will phase present same, properly approved lor payment. J. E. ALLEN. March 2'. If??._mli22-IOt iicM.inii-.il?, of llespecl. Norfolk, April "d. 1S?0. Resolutions of respci t by the Emerald Beneficial Assoolatlon of N n.dk to tho mean) rv of our Idle brother. m. G'LEiN NAN. Whereas, 14 hath pleased Almighty God 5n his Inscrutable wisdom to remove f?.' ni our midKt our e-teemed brother and co worker, m. QieniMtt; and, wherc-uo. In h; death this ?iity has '. st a patriotic and useful cltlECn, and this dssoclaOiin a sealous and wot'thy member, and his fc.mi'.y a loving husband and devoted f.ith? r; tii ?? fore be it it. solved, '? h it we, the Emerald Bene? ficial Astp lat'on, In regular meeting as? sembled, >. Ii '.< bowing Ui tho will of Almighty wihi3 has token him n' ai us in tie senct'h of his useful und honorable) career, wo control help but Klieve ni the l<;ss of one wli ise re'idy pen and elaeitient si.cf-h were alwpys heard In adv icy of !'ho itdwn ? and upbuilding of this, his ndtopted cty and State; ? wli i \?as in v. i.> i feney a lotrlcss muri.i! 1st to urhovd and defend tru'eh, right and justice reg?.rdless el consequences to seif; whoso whole Kfo .is a o'.Usen, friend, husband and father wa.-- a mod. I and ex enu>>iry one in the highest degree, and inditing our most profound and loving admiration. R' - HVCd, That wo extend to his be . rcaved fnm'ly our licantfolt sympathy and assurances <if our fratcri ii grief at their Irreparable loss, counselling them, at the sum-, time, to b/.k for consolation and comfort to that Father in the pra - tico of which he was such a bright and shining ex.nut le. Resolved, That these expressions of our grief bo spread upon our minutes und copy furnished tea the sorrow stricken family. JAS. W. LONG, J. W. Mi OARlRlCK LEO JUDSON, it_ Commit tee. REHOVAL NOTICE. Ii. C. WILL1HRSS & SON RENTAL AGENTS, Have removed to room 9 Taihot Build? ing from No. 173 Main strut, where they will be glad to meet their old friends and inuko? new ones. Special attention glvn to the collection of rents. If you have vacant property 1st with us. Vehicle in attendance. LIGEMEN TO GET MORE PAY Southern States Telephone Fran? chise Extended 25 Years, CITY COUNCIL MEETING Ktreot, Bower uixl Dritln Coinnilimloii rr Out riles Against Payment of t'ertnlu Bills?.Honey Voted i? ? impel an?! other Streotw?iv?w or. flro (Vented ? Chnrcbea Kxcmpi from Oitlo Ordinance* Tho Common Council met last night wltij Mr. Bast In the chair and the fol? lowing members present: Allen, Mc Fntiand, Ridgowcll, Hodges, Camp, Klernan, Stahl, Callahan, Elliott, Han nan, McManus, Whltehurst, Beaman, East. Cake, Martin, Armstrong, Cous? ins. Smith. Taylor. The minutes of the last meeting of the Select Council were read and the following action was taken in the mat? ter. MONEY FOR STREET IMPROVE? MENTS. Improving Chapel street from Cal vcrt to Princess Anne avenue at a cost of ?r>,,.)r.V, the vote was unanimous, every member of the Council present voting for the resolution. A resolution of expediency for the improving of Culvert street was read, and Mr. East moved concurrence With the Select Council. Adopted 4ii -\ nimoii'dy_ A resolution was then offered appro? priating 510,500 for the work. Mr. East moved that the resolution l>e adopted. C d, Hodges, Mr. Beaman and Mr. Cake spoke in opposition to the resolution. Mr. Beaman said the matter had not been before the committee. Mr. Mahohcy thought that it should go to the Finance Committee. Mr. Bea? man thought it should g.) to the Spe? cial Committee. Mr. Callnhnn moved to refer the mat? ter to the Street Committee. Col. Hodges objected, and on motion of .Mr. East, the resolution was laid on the table. Resolution to Improve North street was referred to Street Committee on motion of t'ol. Hodges. DRAM HI.ET< >N STREBT3. This Council concurred with the Se? lect Council in the Improvement of the following streets in Brableton: Mozart, Shields, Kose. Charles, Maple. Clay. Resolution to credit J. F. Heid. City Colli ' toi-, with $3,678.09 for 1896 and 1SH7 orders were adopted, OTHER NORFOLK STREETS. Resolution for the improvement of Cove street, from Church to Chapel, and appropriating Jl'.-iTn for the same, was read in this Council and was re? ferred to the street Committee. liesolution io repave Nebraska street at a cost of $1,397 was referred to the Street Committee. PAY OF POLICEMEN. A resolution instructing the Finance Committee to provide In the next bud? get for the Increase of the pny of the policemen to S2.r.O per day. as adopted by 'he Select Council, was rend, also a lot lor from Mr. Frank Tiusch asking that their My lie Increased. Mr. Sen r- \ moved to coneiir. Seconded by?Mr. Armstrong Mr. Renmnn moved to re filr ihe matter to Board of Police Com? missioners. Mr. *''in?! r?nij cnnlrp lo 'he resoln '!-?! icktnr- 'li.s eiif=;ioe ; "Tq (h,-. pfi " ??' 'i'?n worth ??> !>0 nor <1nv?" and Tiro, notflod (-> niiovor In n strong sneech. 11- t |hn rc|e-> cbonld have ?h* ? nay tba' thev ret loss than thev ' - '?? Re?nf>?rA t....,!,),.- ?-1 p^i!. --^.n'v, ttt S?TTrl Hipi tb,-> mm cannot did not iiriir-vc that there 1= n member of the Council who can live on the money. Mr, Armstrong gave some facts and figures showing that the men haven't REMOVAL NOTICE Y VAUCMAN & SliU-JJVBONS, Oohcra! Insurance Agents, have removed their office oni No, 228 Main street to room N . :> TALBOT BIHLD1NQ No 173 MAIN BTREET, where Busy shall be pleased to s. rve the r patrons and the pubilo im i jIIv . lii>i-lw Celery Nervine Colli A true Nerve Tonic: an Active Alter? ative. A Reliable Laxative and Diu? retic. Purifies tha blood, renews strength and vitality; regulates the liver, kidneys, stomach and bowels. $1 size bottles for 73c. at Trotter's Drug Store, 386 Main St. Gor. Gliurch St. The neatest article that ever hai; ? m I is the V. ORAiPHOPHONB. Best home entertainer ever ere:* t> I: r \v ri ;ords orf music, songs ?ml talks jusl received. Vls't our Graimonhonc Barl r : U Jsave not already clone .so. ?flo saved! You g, t the "Bist Hike Ever Built" at $10 less than are askul for other wheels of standard make'. "99"? $4Q Call and see the line. O'NEILLS', 217 and Over 219 Main Street. a cent loft after paying actual ex? penses. Mr. Beaman stated that lie would not take issue with Mr. Arn- rung on mat? ters of fact stated by him. He thought the proposition should be referred to the Police Board. Mr. Taylor said he was second to no man In his esteem for the police, but that they should barken to the voice of the chairman of the finance Com? mittee. He seconded the motion to re f. r to the police Board. Mr. Arm? strong said that if necessary he was willing to Increase taxes. A vote was taken on the substitute and resulted 12 nays, 9 ayes. On the original mo? tion the vote stood: Ayes?Allen. Cake, Callahan, cousins, Hannan, 'Hodges, Joy nes, klernan, Maboney, Martin, McParland, McManus, Rldgewell, Stahl, Sem en. smith. VVhltehurst, East, IS. Nays?Beaman. Taylor, Elliott. TELEPHI >N E Fl i A?CHISE. On the proposition to extend the franchise of the Southen States Tele? phone Company for 37 years. Mr. East said that he had opposed the resolu? tion in the interest of the people, hut that Mr. Pannlll, the local manager of the company, had agreed to certain changes, and that he was prepared to vote in favor of granting the rights asked. He had prepared an amendment, but liked one which would be offered by Col. Hodges better. Col. Hodges of? fered his amendment that the franchise be granted for 25 years, and should the company dispose of any of its property or franchises to any other company, corporation or individual, all rights and franchises granted shall he forfeited. The ordinance as amended was adopt? ed by a vote of 11) to 4. as follows: Ayes?Allen, Beaman, Cake, Callahan, Elliott, Hannan, Hodges, Joynes, Kier nah, Mahoney, Martin, McManus, Bidgewell, Stahl, Seneca, Smith, Taylor. VVhltehurst, East. Nays?Armstrong, Camp, Cousins, McFarland, HEALTH POLICE. A letter was read from the Board of Health, asking that two policemen be appointed to make sanitary Inspection. An ordinance was adopted authoris? ing the Board of Police Commissioners to appoint two additional men for this service. A resolution was udODtcd to appro? priate S&S4 for curbing Bermuda street. Resolutions were offered to appro? priate SC.428 for paving Norfolk Termi? nal and Transportation Company's streets, dedicated to the city. Adopted. Report of the Finance Committee on the letter from the attorneys of \V. Jackson for damages for death of his son. Carrington Jackson. One hundred anil fifty dollars was appropriated as a full settlement of all claims. W11 AT THE SNOW COST. A resolution appropriating wnn.Ts for the Hoard of Street, Sewer and Drain Commissioners, said amount being used to remove snow, was adopted. An appropriation of $-_'10 was made to pay a bill of the clerk of Corporation Court. Application of W. "A". Archer for in? crease of pay was denied. Application)) from sundry persons to build frame houses were granted. An ordinance to authorize the treas? urer of the Water Board to remit to New York for coupons, payable at N. YV. Harris Co.'s, was adopted. MARKET BUILDING. An ordinance was adonted allowing the Market Committee to use the funds from ISflS to 1899 without further refer? ence to the Councils, so as to make cer? tain improvements to market building. WOLF STREET. The report of the Board of Street. Sewer and Drain Commissioners on the proposition to widen Wolf street from Granby to Tripoli street, was read, say? ing that the Hardy estate will not sell their property. A resolution was adopted providing that commissioners shall be appointed by the court to value the property look, ing to condemnation proceedings. A letter was received from Mr. John H. Coe, saying that he proposed to erect 12 houses on Alexandria street, and asked that sewers be furnished. It was referred to the Street Commit? tee. A letter from the City Engineer In regard to the matter of extending TaXC well street, from Duke and Duninorc street, saying that it would cost very little ami would open up vuluable tax able property. Adopted. TRIPOLI STREET. The Board of Street. Sower and Drain Commissioners reported that the major? ity of the properly owners refused to sidl lands which is necessary to open Tripoli street, and condemnation reso? lutions were adopted. A letter was received from the City Engineer saying that the dome of the City Hall can he repaired for $100. It was referred to the Committee on Public Buildings. MB. GUY'S LETTER. Mr. James It. Guy's letter was read, in which he charged that the law was being violated by the Street, Sewer and Drain Board, also the letters of City Engineer Brooke and Chairman J. D. Hofhelmer, who quoted the opinion of Acting City Attorney Shelton. staling I that to purchase goods over the coun? ter is not a violation of the law. This opinion, Mr. Brooke said, was rendered several years ago. Mr. East said the affair was too absurd to be entertained and on his motion was laid on the ta? ble. Ordinance creating the ofllce of City Scavinger was adopted. HOLT STREET BRIDGE. A resolution from Brambleton Board was read, asking that a committee be appointed to confer with a committee from the board to report what work is necessary on Holt street bridge. The president appointed Messrs. Cousins, Hodges and Hannah. PETITION OP DRIVERS. A petition from the city cart drivers for increase of pay from 81.?O to J'.'.OO per dav was referred to the Finance Committee; also the reimest of J. S. Webber, assistant chief of the Fire Department, who asks that his pay b> Increased fr im $ft to sioo tier month Petition of Citizens' Bank to build a eoa! bin was referred to Fire Commit? tee. 'Quarterly report of the Inspector of Buildings w"ns referred to the Public Building Committee. Tlie quarterly statement of the Water Department was referred to the Water t Committee. Petition of H. L. Brown for the posi? tion of City Weigher was referred to ! joint session. I The ordinance exempting churches ! from the provisions of the ordinance regulating the hanging of gates was adopted. Mr. East offered a resolution instruct? ing the City Attorney to ascertain if the Ocean View railroad Is complying with list contract relative to tails on the street. Ad ? ted, AtVj ains/J. THE COURTS OF NORFOLK One Day's Proceedings of Tribu? nals of Justice. WORK OF THE GRAND JLRY Indictment* For Jlnr<lor, Polony itiitl llousebrenltf ng - l.nno company t'tmrtercd - Cnies Sc? Far Trial In CorporniIon Court?Null Acntiinl lao Auditorium ? Marriage Li? censes Qrnnl'd. The grand jury of the Corporation Court was in session yesterday and found the following true bills: W. A. Brlckhouse, .murder. Joseph Btephenson, felony. W. H. Taylor, A. Godwin. Richard King, J. Wilson and Henry Anderson, housebreaklng. The Jury was adjourned for the term. The following gentlemen composed the grand jury: I'. H. Thomas, fore mmn; W. W. Hosier, Taxewell Thomp? son, James T. S. Reld, Charles H. Spann and K. D. Bradford. C HAI l T ER Gl I ANTED. Judge Hancke) granted ti charter to the Sewell's Point Development Com? pany, the purpose of which is to engage in the real estate business. Capital from $1.000 to $5,ooo, to be divided into shares of $-'"> each. Officers: D. R. Cree cy. Jr.; president; George L. Currier, Vice president, and Thomas Black, sec? retary and treasurer. Directors? D. B. Croecy, Sarah B. Black and Thomas Bit ick: MARRIAGE LICENSES. Marriage licenses were granted as fol? lows : Mr. Charles C. Martin und Mrs. Mary Elizabeth O'Brien. Mr. William B. Osgood and Miss Em? ma Jane Bearing. Mr. Hunt Chipley and Miss Sally Wil loughby Walke. SUIT AGAINST AUDITORIUM. Pauline Kayton, trading as Atlantic' Garden, has entered suit against James M. Barton. Arthur Lorraine and Llllle Howcll, trading as Lorraine and How ell. The object of the plaintiff Is to enjoin the last named vaudeville artists from performing at the Auditorium Theater, it being claimed that they are under contract with the plaintiff, Paul? ine Kay tori. Mr. Mose Levy is the at? torney for the plaintiff. It Is stated that a suit for damage will be Institut? ed by plaintiff against the defendant. Mr. Barton, nnd tbut damages In ?f>00 will be sought to be obtained. PETITION IN BANKRUPTCY. In the United States District Court Charles C. Hamilton, through his at? torney, Sidney J. Dudley, filed a peti? tion In bankruptcy. Liabilities $31".; as? sets $13. TO THE GRAND JURY. William H. Brlckhouse. the negro by whom Charles Shepherd, colored, was fatally shot on Princess Anne avenue, October 20th lttst. was given n prelim? inary hearing. There were five wit? nesses for the Commonwealth. Brlck? house admitted shooting Shepherd, but claimed that he did so in self-defense. The case was sent to the grand jury. W. H. Taylor and Alex Godwin, both colored, breaking a glass in one of the show windows at the Hub clothing St?re, Main street. March 16th last, sent on.to the grand jury. In case Taylor Is not convicted in the Corporation Court he Is to be tried In this court upon the charge of stealing clothing to the value Of ?I0 from Charles Friedlander. MINOR POLICE CASKS. In the Police Court yesterday the fol? lowing coses were disposed of: Charley Henry, drunkenness and beg? ging on the street; discharged. Nettle Bain, colored, robbing .Lames Carroll, white; discharged. John Reith, doing business on Sun? day; warrant dismissed upon the de? fendant paying $1 costs. John Evans, colored, stealing a $1.". bicycle from W. J. Shepherd; six months in jail. Eddie Smith, colored, assaulting Mary Shaw, colored: lined $11. ">n. Ed. Briday. colored, attempting to en? ter H. G. Williams' liquor store. Com? mercial Place and Water street: six months In jail. James Whiting, colored, the driver of the horse by which Dr. L It. Anderson was knoeked down and hurl a! the cor j nor of Church and Queen streets some j days ago. was lined $10.60. Dr. Ander? son was In court anil testified. Whiting paid Iiis fine. PRETTY HOME WEDDING. MISS WALKE BECOMES THE BRIDE OK MR. CHIPLEY. Mr. Hunt Chipley and Miss Salllc Willoughby Walke were married yes? terday evening at C:30 o'clock at the home of the bride's parents, 80 Boush street. Rev. Dr. Grammer officiating. U was a quiet but very pretty home wedding, witnessed only by a few inti? mate friends and relatives. The par? lors were beautifully decorated With plants and flowers. The only attend? ants were Mrs. James Potter Higglnson, of New York, maid of honor, and Mr. W. H. T. Loyall. best man. After the ceremony a delightful re? ception was tendered the bride and groom by Mr. and Mrs. W. Talhott Walke. Among those who were present were Mrs. Chipley and Mr. Dudley Chipley. of Pensacola, Fla., mother and brother of the groom, and Mr. Janus Potter Higglnson, of New York. The bride is a daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. W. Talhott Walke, and the groom Is superintendent of Ihe Richmond and Norfolk division of the Southern Bell Telephone Co. The newly wedded ones left on a Southern trip last night. The bride was becomingly attired In a dress of white satin cn tralhe with tulle veil and orange blossoms and car? ried lillles or the valley. The maid ?f honor wore black lace over white satin and carried American Beauty roses. All In sight of monument. "Newest Discovery" extracts teeth painlessly. N. Y. Dental Booms, Knnes only, j.'l Mnin street, corner Talbot. OTHER LOCAL ON PAGE 5 "Honesty is the Jfl Best Policy." Soever luas a more pointed saying put into print, and yet to be honest only be? cause it is policy is a poor kind of honesty. Better change 4 4 policy " to 44 prin? ciple" and the ivorld luill like you better. In the medi? cal "world there is one medi? cine honest for principle's sake?and that is Hood's Sarsaparilta. It ig the specific of the npe for all blood trouble?. The liver, kidneys and bowels are all toned up by its action no a cleanser and thus good health ensues. It never disappoints. SCrOfUla?" After 20 years of suffering with a cancerous sore on her nosaand hav? ing It removed by physicians, my mother is happy for being completely cured by Hoodrs Sarsaparllla. It took 11 bottles to accomplish It. Her face is smooth, no sctir." .Miss !?:. A. Stokks. Rpplng, N. 11. "The statement of my daughter 1? eiaet." Jossm Stores, Ep]ring, N. 11. rVloraria-" I was very low with malarln. My doctor rliel not help me und scolded btveapse 1 would not stop work. Took Rood's Sarsaparllla ami not sound and well. Can cat. sleep anil work well." Mrs. Julia Stocking, Path, K. V. EczOlria - " My mother's face was covereit with eczema, fare, hands nod fei t were swollen. Hood's Snrsaparllla cured her. We keen it on hand and recommend It highly." REV. K. E. Jkk kins,-407 Govern? or Street, Evansvllle. Ind. Sick Headache ? " I am now 22. Since I was ? years old 1 suffered constantly with impure blood, biliousness and sick'head? aches until I took Hood's Sarsaparllla by doctor's advice. I owe my life to It." El ma A. HrMJitt.t. Claremont, K. H. Stomach Trouble-"Two years suffer? ing with stohisch trouble made mo weak, run down, with severe headaches. Life was n burden to me until I took Hood's Barsaparllla which cured me. It makes my children Btrong and healthy." Mr?, m". Bach. 611 2d St., N. K., Minneapolis, Minn. noo4VrU!?rnrr li\<\r III-, tin- noil Irritating and only cutlntrue t? ?k? witii il.>. a'? .s?r?.,|.ufiu?~ AUl Si:M KKTN. y.ts \\ vck'n acaiu;jiy op music 2 Nffis APRIL 4-5 WM. H. CRANE, and his admirable company. Tuesday. A VIRGINIA COURTSHIP. Wednesday, THE HEAD OK THE FAMILY. Sctvts now on sale. ui>4-2t N ORFOLK LYCEUM COURSE. ACADEMY OP MUSIC, THURSDAY. APRIL CTH, MADAME SOFIA SCALCHI and her famous company, Including the great bar'tono, SIGIMOR ALBERTI, will appear in concert ami Km ml opera. Tno musical event of tho season. Tickets for non-mi ml? rs tu Academy box of? fice. n>n-3t AUpiTORlUfl THEATRE. s. E Cor. Nebraska and Union Sts. JAS. M. BARTON....Prop, and Manager. WILEY HAMILTON.Am.is in i Director, Open every nicht In the year. Smoking Concerts, p: csrntltijr a respectable, up to-date Vaudeville entertainment. Matinees, Tue?.. Th?rs, nnd Sats. at 2 p. m. Evening performances continuous from S tilt 12. Admission, 10. IS and 25c, JV.".'-ly_ ATLANTIC CITY LOTS. Desirably located, for sale at bargain prices and on the most fiivorblo terms. ?M"\ K V-'4^->?N?l-h?t++~?.iii. jiiiit, sy installment p.ivnu i ts d. J. turn er & CO., 70 Plume strwt. Mad (iiven Up All Hope of Ever Being Cured! After trying a number of remedies without I ho least sign of any Improve? ment l save ui> all hope of ever being cured. A friend advised mo to consult DR. firey lirfure beginning DR. Fl REV'S to an... nt 1 W AS ALWAYS TROUBLED WITH SEVERE COLDS IN THE HEAD AT the LKAST CHANGE OK THE WEATHER, and my left nostril was almost closed up so thai I could not breathe through It and was compelled to breathe through my mouth. My breath Was very bad and my appetite and my sleep very Irregular. 1 WAS CONSTANTLY hawking and SPIT? TING UP a HARD MUCUS Wlliril WOULD ALMOST' CHOKE ME To GET IT UP. Alter a few months treatment by DR. FIREY 1 feel I ke another muh. TDK COLDS HAVE ENTIRELY LEFT ME and 1 CAN BREATHE AS FREELY AS ANYONE. SLEEP soundly. HAVE A GOOD APPETITE, and MY THROAT CLEAR OP all MUCUS. I certainly appreciate highly the frood work Dr. Flrey has done for in" WM BAUN, 717 Clifford street, Portsmouth, Employed ut Navy-yard, HAS OFFICES No 1 AND 2. No Sil MAIN STREET. OPPl SITE COMMER? CIAL PLACE. NORFOLK. VA. HOURS: 9 to 12.30 A. B? 2 to 6 P. M. SUNDAYS: II ft. H. to t P. M. TUESDAY NIGHT and THURSDAY NIGHT 7mo P M. to $ I' M. SPECIALTIES: catarrh AND ALL DISEASES OF THE BYE. EAR. nose. TIIOAT AND STOMACH. Consultation Always Free'. Medicines Free to Patients! Terms Very Moderated Splendid Values In Ladies' Underwear. Ladies' White Lisle Vests? pink, blue and white trimmings ? exceedingly good quality --beautifully finished. Good as generally offered at half-dollar. We price them 37,'jC Three for One Dollar. [Adle?' White I.'sle Vests?"seconds" -great Oitortnjr?3 for 5oc. Ladles' S:lk and Lisle Vests, In pink, blue, lavender, black and white, 50c. Lndtes1 Medium Shirts and rants Pants short lengths?iSo. each. Another Telling of Umbrellas at $1. These Umbrellas at one dol? lar are of such remarkably good value that they deserve mention wherever opportu? nity affords. You can judge by the re? peated hearings we give them that we have great confidence in their worth. We want to emphasize the fact that they are not ordinary dollar Umbrellas. Far from it. They are truly a good dol 1 ar-se venty-fi ve quality?but we price them $1.00 EACH. They arc made of Taffeta Gloria, have steel rod and lock ribs, and roll tight. Have natural handles with silver s wedge. A magnificent nssortment of high gra.it? Umbrellas for ladles and gen? ii.-nun ? nowest handles ? 13.50 and it each. And the CHILDREN'S PARASQLS. A tempting show of cute sunshades is here for the little misses. 12V.c. 25c.. Me., 75c. SV'ic. SI, $1.25, 4150 and JJ each. Walt, Retlew & Clay T71 OU SALE. ? AN IDEAL HOME IN ? the land of sunshine and itowers, three rnlles from the postofllce, in tho city of Norfolk, V.l.. located Immediately or. gait water, contains about seventy acres, ten acres In woods, balance In high state of cultivation; about quarter of a mile frontago on salt water; flno oyster grounds, on which oysters can b? raised for family u*c in abundance, and for market: house of fourteen rooms with additions. abundance of purest water rlsht at the door, grounds about tho houso covered with fine shada trees, shrubbery, choice flowers, vines, etc." Barns, o?t-houso of four rooms for help, about ono hundred pear trees. Duchess variety, about fifty Sickles pear, also prachi Japanese plums, ail In bearing. Connected with the city by fine shell road Eor terms and further Information call on or address H. C. HOGQARD & CO., M Haak street. Norfolk, Va. jal5-?u, wo-tf TEETH! Tall Pet, J5.00. Jl <; .1 Killing. Jl.M. \| S Iver Killings. 50c. up. < jl Gold Crowns. $.'.? to $10.00. ^ Vitalized Air. 50c.. for the painless 7J extraction of teeth. " The leading physicians of Nor- M folk recommer.a v.tahzed Air, as -I tt is pei Cecily sate. f ALBANY DENTAL PARLORS, DR. W. W. FREEMAN, Mgr., 374 Main St??t.