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THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON~~PAOES THREE AND FIVE.
Washington, April 22. "Forecast for Sunday: Virginia?Warmer ami partly cloudy, with a chance for showers Sunday, ?winds mostly fresh southeasterly; showers Monday. North Caroliua?Fair and warmer In eastern, showers in western portions Sunday; fresh southeasterly wiuds. .Nort.ilt. nnU Ylclltllv WEATHER FORECAST FOR TO? DAY. Warmer, with Increasing cloudiness] and probably showers; fresh east to j northeast winds. TEMPERATURE. RAINFALL AND HUMIDITY. Maximum temperature . CO Minimum temperature . 46 Normal temperature. 0:1 Departure from normal .... minus ;: Departure from normal since Janu ary 1st.minus 10d Rainfall in rast 2t hours .0 Rainfall since first of month .. ..1.42 Mean humidity . t-'i j CALENDAR. Sun rises at 6:10 a. in. and seta ol 6:48 p. m. TIDES. Norfolk?High water at 7:11 a. m. and 7:02 i>. m.: low water at 1:06 a. in. and 1:11 p. m. Old Point?High water at 6:50 a. m. nhd 6:41 p. m.: low water at 12:45 a. hi. and 12:*:'. j>. m. ?t i:i>. KOKB1N8.?At her resld nee, Garri?6:i's farm. Church Point. Lynnhnveh. Satur? day: morning a) 1 o'clock, A Alt'] 1A VIR. OINIA. b. :.,vcd vvlf. of W. K. KODBiNS, need it ?'< its. lie.- 1 in 1 1! WIM tnlti ??' ? e fr t.i S .h in i: ipil- - ic h THIS (Su via; . AFTERNOON itt S:?) o'clock. Fticn-.lJ and acquaintances rcwpectfully tkivll 1 :>' attend. ^f;n!i.:ien!s and Graveston??. The <?? If rtlon or a rnlt.-tblo memorial in ma 1 bio er gran !!?? e.i i h> ! .. ill" mndi! from c,r fiteclr. to.- we eairy :lio t. . j largest rissfirtmeni fif finish fliia '"? >?:'.??? In tho South. S*a?7||t: COUPER MARBLE \ ?i: : v 1 \t;s. \\r fit KM EN .' \ TTKNTION! AI.Ij VV n ? ??? of he Nt IRI'I >LK W I KK iklE'NfS IfNI? N ire It 1 >? r rtlfli 1 t - at lp.nl :??? n : :tu!.?r to* t'.ng, '1'II URS HAY. Aiu.l ::7th. IK*: l?u -.. ol Impor K. M. WE\ . ? \ VV, IIrev"DU F. S F ? TICKETS ?v-oTf ?: 1. o o. v .A eii-f.:;. aim ? t ?... THURSDAY. April SIth. .?>.*.-J<ry o'cl >.?:?. 1 ipi nt lie ij '.ft.?;.. atiy ???? ? of i it 1 inniitt '<? in 1 follow 11; p:.i. ???.?: St; Dint's Church. Chuie'i .-tr : of Brother f!et>. it. It'-.-: ! . It .motte uv?< nue: of Iti-othet' It. II, Wurd tni, ? tot witielioiiscs.AtlanU' Cltyi of lb iIIht Oao W. IHll, In H. ilth y; ? .;' llr I|n r Han flolph, and South Norfolk, ill Uro Ii r .< A. McClouds, and reserve :? .1 Iah i ?secured : t !??; ttoanokt avenue, of Hrotho ?v\ >rphim. 1111 WCdtuAlsy, between lit hours of s a, m. ittd tt: ??? p. m. it a 11 t *::.~n:.vi s. IH A PE?f>iAN GA?iDE?>. BENEFIT N1 RSE I 'ND ? .THE KINO'S DAUGHTER v. St f. a. HAi-t., Amt its ?.?.tu. im. . AtiDiTOKMUn THEATRE. R. K Cor. N ibra ?K.i nuil Etil in Sis. ,1as; M. l?aht').N"....l'rop. ni:d Millinger WILEY UAMI l.'l'ON. Ainus'ni t I - rector Open e.vcri illghi ::; tlui year. Sinoljitii; ' ? , tij ? Ma Hares Toe; . Th?rs anil S:its at : P in I -. r.lng pet (orulaii ... . i.utlmiou. firii, (I ;.u :. A d 111 : i;.?: 1, !0. Si and ;;?. MACHlNeRXJ f'o!' Lowest Pri ;o?. and test Terms ?11 Portable, S:n' 1.. ry. Corliss und Ma? la;.? Kng'.n ... S:. 1111 ::oil r .all . :>?'.. s and . Oa?i Gasolene and Naplna Kn i .a . Ekctrlc Motors, Saw. <:.??!.-. and Khiugie Mills.? Wo I WorkiiiK Machines, H?i:ing, s.abs of kinds. &c. Call 0:1 or writ... tu T, K, PERRY, MANUFACTURERS' AGF.NT, No. 503 Water street (It. p. ii ? . Uoth phones Ni;. 1 .\ ??;.:. ' A HEW TELEPHONE COMPANY ! Norfolk 1 1 Crillenden, Va., known as the : ? aiohd and Crlttci-ilrii Telephone Co., mnxlng com...: .: rith Southern Slat. 1 lephonc Compntiy central Olli? .. .1 Main street, Am .Ionian's i.if--. I'i- service Ktiaiaiii . i' Tili: NANSEMOND AND CUtTTKN J)EN TELEPHONE CO, ap2-)-lv. LADIES ^> 'i'iils is a season of brich: colors All colons tire la fashion. Hut there mu. t be HARMONY--* In colors as well as In music. We bclioAo ?! und rstanti blend C< lot o ar.J COMPLEXIONS. As many, many ladles have expreasee' tie lr pleasure at oi:r selected st vl'.- 'i i awns*. eiia MRS. P. RIES, 162 Church St* CITY WATER WORKS! A Visit of Inspection by Officials and Citizens. The Sew t lllcrlnc Flaut ami Oilier Iiii|>r?TeiiienlN-.V ItHiiqtict Tun ?lcr. il by IVntcr Department-Visit I? lIii? l.nlias?1 lie Itnslu. The members of the Water Board, ; wit!i a number of citizens ami city ofH clals, spent yesterday in making an J Inspection of the various Improvements that arc being added to the city water: works. The party left the office of the department in vehicles yesterday morn-: ins? at 10 o'clock, and were conveyed directly to the pumping station and the xi-.e of the filtering plant, which is, now under process of construction. There were In the party the members: of the Board of Water Commissioners, ?'resident George Mclntosh, Treasurer; Richard li. Wright, Secretary N. M. Osburnc, Registrar J. T. Pcclle. Supar Intendcnt llei-bcrt L. Smith and Mayor1 C. Brooks Johns! m, Judge of Corpora^ tion Court Allan It. llnitckcl. Col. Har? ry Hodges, City Attorney W. 11. Tay? lor, City Engineer W. T. Ilrooke, Coin mi sloncr of Ri veriui W. W, bey; Dr.! I.. H. Ander:-..:.. Mr, .1. i >. II 'lint r, Mr. Colin McLean, nhd Mr. J. I,, llu burd. FILTERING PLANT INSPECTED. Superintendent Smith and President Meint .-h had . baric of the parly and conducted the v&ii?rii cut the limpee iloh totir, which ).'<-:? d from II o'clock the, time et nrrlvul at tlic works until i; o'clock in- the afternoon. The hew intent:;; plant was first Inspected. The large brick building tor the lilt. r. whli i is being erected under the dir. ctlon >>.* the City Hiiglrjeer at a oust of ?^3.00Q, is i: ..ring Completion, The roof is how being put on, and the concrete boll i:n having beep almost completed* tho work (if putting in the tiller phlitl will begin next v? ;ek. Mr. Moi'lSOU; of New York, representing the tlrni which h.tv the . ..nti .-.>?; ;..r tIi: - work, will I.c here | Monday t. superintend tit'' placing of the plant. The two centrifugal pumpo for the lilt,:-, each with a capacity of GiOOO.OOO gallops daily, nre now being placed, Under the direction of Chief Kii glnci t Wright. LUNi :'H IS SEitVED. After the- lilter-house was Inspected, the plant ..f the filtration sy?*-i P.'lii being explained by Superintendent Smith. Bhglnei r Wright ah i others. . a lunch was served, or more properly a bshciuet was t nderrd Ilia party by j tin.- Water Department. The spirit .if lite .... islo'n was ??:' good hit:;..:- and merry-maKlug. Everybody" made a j speech In rtvipuhsii ; > a toast proposed by HOiVi.?. nnd upon the adniihlstrn I Ion ol the Hoard of Water Commis? si or rs wi rc 'how ?;??? l praises ami Con? gratulations i.- m all the branches of lite City government. President Me fnt'osli and other representatives of that buiird responding, tool; iiccssioii to give assurance th.it .-.fia- tie.- com pi- ion .if ill,- Imprv>v;->m0!?ts in pro? gress, im city In the w !i cottn ty ??an I iy claim tri ti better or more complete tyater-piahl ilian Norfolk w .1 have, ? \ ISIT THE LAKES. Af :????.? luiieli the t>..t i y' p, ??? uled :.? hink" ;? tour of the lakes to be e.iiihfct . I v lib t!;- works, and the other iin proVenu at were inspei led. I.ak- Lii\v Wrliiht and Smith were \.; it- .1 lihrt itlsil iim iwo .lams being built ?. here ??? ? l?gli hum ? tioh of the Th i <I-t.ii i ? : l!b.? uitiin hi auch of Little i'iet.k, Uhov. it dain No. I. mils I off tit .: '!. four miles tiboye the water ? Uji?'e w right. Del ?w t\\v. dam the water '?? !?s ? .?:???. Cai'ial No,L;.t Is hi ii., ? :,t t . . >nii ? t i bis brain b of Lit? :^?i-i?-?M . i t.i. thus?.?it h.?>i ... i v 11 ii Hie works. Du in No. 2 i b lug constructed across the . iisj ?: nm ?: t lirafh Ii of t.ittl ? ? "re.de. and ilie frrsli Water below this dam Ik to hi ci mi. i led v Ith I he main br inch of Lit iL? below the point where it is cut off from salt water. LAKE WRIGHT THE BASIN. This Connection is being made by canal N . -'. running through the Gor? don-Van Wyck property. When these cohnci Ions shall have been comp) I <i Lake Wtlghl will lie the basin from which the water for the city will llow by gruvlty t>-> the works for flltrnti >n Mr M i. n. of the Degnnn-McLean '' r.t; ; n Company, building the t.-. idiitpii und the canals, stated to the party ti.i the work will be completed early In .hir. ?? A half dozen forces baud- uro at work ?h tho dams and rituals. TU r. r LT ER I KG PI.A NT. The ('.Ib'ring plan I will nat be rendi for work before July. It is to lie put up by in. New York Kilter Manufac? turing Company. The system >.r nitration is the latest and must generally approved. The water i.-- first put I'..rough a coagulat? ing procors, alum being used ? to the proportion of about otic-half grain to each gallon of water. After coagula? tion the Water Is drained Into anothci tank, wli re it is filtered through sand four feet ;ti depth. The process Is guaranteed to take >>ut no r?cr cent, of the wgetnhle matter. The plant will cost the city 555,000 outside of the build Ihtr. After vi. whig the improvements yes I onlay the', members of tho Woter Board expressed their satisfaction at the progress the contractors arc malt i our of Ir??lnn?l. Mr. II. p. Brennnn will give his lllu? trated leet'uro on a "Tour <>f Ireland" at the Grand ?porti House next Tues? day night. s..\ enty-five sterei pil on views, -'ox.?.> feet. Illustrativ of the ? - turesquc Emerald isle, will lie pre? sented In connection with Ute lecture A'- the conclusion of the Iccturo'the "Wargraph" will show Lw'enty-flv* holce viiv.s cf the Spanish-Arc Wo waqt to fill your spYing wants in the ta-.lor.rfg line. Ko better ou earth than the kind we make. RCDOLPHI ?- WALLACE. S33 Main strecL BRIEF ITEMS OF INTEREST. Mr. Q. Cullo Munsi n, from Spring Hold, will sing at ISpworth M. 13. Church ut to-nlght'a Bervlcc. Mr. Isaac Selby, of Australia, who I has been delivering able ami eloquent I lectures tho rast week, will preach a. [ the Church of clue:; Disciples' to-day, morning and evening. 11??1 morning subject will be "Footprints of Christ to Calvary." Evening subject: "The Di? vinity of Our Lord." Mr. Louis Cusaborio desires us to state that the news item cojtci ruing I him in yesterday's Vlrglniuti-Vilot, :. n stupendous joke perpetrated on some I member of the r< nortorlal staff. 1 Tin- work of t 'laying the now beef market (now market building) is near? ly llnished. A has - <>:" shells has bei :i : placed under the bricks. Dr. Thomas 11. Barnes, on Nansc mnnd. wan in the city yesterday. ; Major George \V. Battley is .-..nan. .! :it his homo with it strained back, the rose.it of lifting tt heavy piece ?>f pipe ai his store Friday. Mr. Charles II. Brown; a well known society man nttd ;> prominent attorney- ? nt-laW of Knojcvilib, Tehn., hns loentc l in Norfolk for the purpose of practicing his profession. II? left Khoxvllle on ac- i count ?( his h< .-.Ith. The Treasury Department has remit? ted the fine of $500 imposed on the 1 American Steamship Evelyn for viola? tion of the quarantine laws. The piling for the n< w bridge over Tanner's Creek ai Villa [(eights Is tu arly comph ted. Messrs. S. L. Foster & Son. who have th" sidewalk paving < ?ntrni t for Ribble Place, will commence work Monday morning. The mnterl.'ti foe the hew free bridge nitd street will be !' ire the first of ncxl week. Mr. A. A. Wily.m l.-avcs to-morrow fi :? an ? xtendod trip through 'in; South. The Junior Gymnasium Bihte class, composed of twenty hoys, visited the navy yard yesterday. They were in charge of Professor Word mid Second Assistant Padgett. Cnptnin B. P. Loynll will deliver na '< address before Picket t-lKtchnnan Camp Tuesday night. Ii will be his reminis? cences of the capture of Ike United States guithoat Underwriter. NICE QUARTERS SECURED. INVITED TO G > WITH NORFOLK T< l ' IIA RLESTON. Picketl-Biichnnhii Camp received yesterday from .Mrs. Lee ?'. Hardy, i chnlrmnn of the woman's committee at Charleston, saying that she had sectir- ! ? ?I rooms for the camp in lite Catholic parochial school domitory, and that in.- Norfolk ladies wotlld be U}dgi I in tic dormltbry of the Presbyterian church, in the King house. Mr:-. Hardy stales that these building:; arc close tie. Liter and on tho best street In Cliar lest?ii. Lodging in the--- comfortable quarters v ill be so conti? p'< r day. Thri <? meals >\!1! be served by the ladles til i mts perday. Thtj United Vet?ratts of Balthrioro have issued n circular letter stating that they will leave Baltimore1 May I sth via steamer .and will take the At latltic Coast Li:>" tritln at Pinner's! Point. Norfolk yeterdns w,ll| go on the; same trttln, Plckett-Buchnnnn Camp has Issued ' invllhtlbhn to the fallowing camp.-, to go on tin' special train to be i mde tin here: Calloot-Wre-ii Camp, of Isle of Wight: Mngrudor-Kwell Camp, \VII Iinmsburg; Pag i-l'nller Camp, Glouces? ter: Magrtider Camp, Newport News; Liinc-Dlggs Camp; Mathows Court ! house. THE OQUEtillO S GUN. shipped to Cincinnati this morninh. When the guns of the Spanish Bhips destroyed off Santiago were being re? moved, a largo rille cannon was found! on the cruiser Almii ante Uquc-hdo. It \Vii8 brought to the Norfolk N'iivy-yar?, ? ?leaned up and put on exhibition. He-] cently it was prcitchtcd to the city of! Cincinnati by tho government, ai d lai '. night was loaded upon a car of the I Ni l-folk and Western road and tnk ri to tin- West a1 u' o'clock th.-. morning. There are a number of th?sc Spanish guns at the yard that have attracted much atteiiiii ,i from visitors. I.on er OKI rln I ntiiii. The :'! ring n. tins of the Lower Dis i: ; Union ol the Portsmouth Baptist Ask ? otlon will meet with the South Street Baptist Church April '2Hh ami 2i?th at 10:30 a. m. Thirty minutes will be devoted on the first day to the open? ing exercises and organisation. At 11 o'clock tin" introdustory sermon will be preuehed by Rev. J. w. Mitchell. The following xv111 be the program lor each dav in their v<ft ulnr ord r: SUBJECTS FOR DISCUSSION. 1.?"Importance nf Prayer Meetings" < ipi id by j: -v. .1 T. Rlddlck. I 2.?"Family Worship" Opened by Rev. ? I. K. Iiobbs. ' "Individual Christian Duly Towards the I.inner Train.' Opened by Rev. A. H. Owi n D. 1'. 1 .--"cp.iuvh Discipline" Opened bv Rev. P. ::. c. I i.a i : ".- "Christian Citizenship"?Opened by Rev L, i: Christie ?'.. -"What dti Hie Scriptures Teach Con cernhig the Lord's Supper"?Opi n eii by Rev. Samuel Sounders. Unfinished ami new business. Adjournment. ~lr. * Ingeeil Jour* Hern, Mr. Claggeti P.. Jones, of Ling Wil? liam county, who Is in charge of the May confcrert.ee headquarters In Rich? mond, was in Norfolk for a short while Friday night. Ii.- came on private bus i).. 3S with his law partner, Mr !,. I,. Wain.gaud remained In Norfolk over night, leaving next morning via the Chesapeake and Ohio for King William ; i attend court Monday. Mr. Joi . : did not discus politics ,\h.;.' In N rfolk except m an informal way tt nil Mr. Waring. !? Hilda.? SellOOl ls-i. h,!i' The monthly meeting of the Baptist: Sunday School Association will bo h Id ?i tho Berkley Avenue Bapfi?i Church,, Bi fkl at !i:20 o'< lock this i f! rho n A'ddfoi'si i will b- innde by Mr. \v. v. fii Ston fiel II* v, K. B. Hatchi v. of the First Baptist Church of Norfolk; i. t). I.hi ell iMlghs. A di.e>l of assignment was recorded yesterday transferring from F- D. Lc-.v ?II, of Norfolk, to H:.r.nah M. Lowell md r.. R. Hecks certain real e-state . alufed at about S9.000. Tho li'abilff.ea are said to bo $1.500. Garments produced by P.udolphl ,fc I WiUlaco represent the highest art in YOUNG-WISE CONTEST Evidence all Taken and Case all Ready for Congress Invltcil <>> Go null Murl'olU to I ClmrlMton?Body Found in Hlvcr ?Prlsoucmofl to Kicltmontl?York ? Street Kritik?' Jlrobcu Down. The Wise-Young contest closed yes? terday and nit the evidence Is In and w ill be prepared and printed for th ? Congressional Committee on Elect Urns. Mr. Young's counsel discovered that the ' copy of the poll books made by Dr. Wise's clerks was not correct und sue- . cceded in bating the statement of Clerk j L. 1.. Roystcr entered in the rec ird to this Effect, l'r. Wise based hIs chse on tlie Irregularities of the election ns shown by tho i II b ks, and if his ci py is hot concct h is said that he will: certainly be thrown out. of coin;. WILL WE GET REUNION? BOARD OK TRADE AND "VETS" ARE WORKING FOR IT. The movement to have ili? next gene ral reunion <>C Confederate Veterans luld in Norfolk is meeting w ith general finer, and lias been endorsed by the Board of Trade ami Business Men's Association, which, as published s?nv time ago. has appointed :i committee to i go to Charleston May l') and work for the accomplishment of this end. The Plckett?Buchanan Camp first suggested inviting the reunion lure. They have found considerable enthu? siasm among tie? citizens of Norf ilk over tlie suggestion. The invitation w ill be extended by the delegation from tic- Piekett-Buch?nan Camp. In order to put Norfolk on thai same footing with other cities which .ire after th.- reunion it will bo neces? sary to have also an olliciiil Invitation extended from the Mayor of the ci y, as this is customary. Both tho delegation from the Plckett BUchanan Camp and the Business Men's Association v.-ill work bard to bring th" reunion here and will be assisted by other delegations in Uns vicinity. Hotly round tu nie River. Tito body of an unknown colored man ; was found in the Eastern Branch yes? terday afternoon and towed into tho dock of th" Norfolk Coal and Ice Com? pany. Coroner Newton was notified, and held an Inquest, but discovered nothing that would throw any light : upon the,circumstances of the death, or indicate the name of the unfortu- ' nnte. The body was decomposed and was buried by the c ity. GONE TO PENITENTIARY. EIGHTEEN PRISONERS FROM NORFOLK AND VICINITY. Eighteen prisoners were taken to the penitentiary yesterday by guards from Richmond, Ten of the convicts were from Norfolk, and the others were from ' Norfolk county and Portsmouth. The Norfolk prisoners were William Langs- . ton. William .Moore und George Wash- 1 Ingtoh, alias Boyd, five years' each; ? Charles Williams, three years; William Bouse, Conan.inder Fleming, .loo Smith, .Tames Edwards, two years; George Hob; on. an cscapod convict, who was arrested here; King Smith, tin years. The prisoners w. re taken to the Ches npenkn and Ohio railroad in the patrol wagon. YORK STREET BRIDGE BROKEN. STR?CK BY A SCHOONER IN TOW OP A TPC The draw cf the York street bridgi was struck by an Inci mine- schooner in tow of a tug yesterday afternoon ?? 1 the bridge broken at the turn-table. One end of the bridge is now swinging down nearly to the water and travel is obstructed. An appropriation of $S00 was made far repairs to this bridge sev? eral months ago, and it was believed that it could be used by pedestrians and light vehicles till the new Iron bridg now in course of construction was com? pleted. Tlie damage w ill be repaired by the city next week, and travel by the York sin et t out -'cm be resumed. Iteat FNtnte Trnimfern. Deeds were recorded yesterday as fol-! lows: .1. j:. Davenport and H. P. Williams j to Joseph II. IveSj property fronting 76 feet r. im h s on the cast plde of Smith street; consideration. $3,700, Tie- Glii at Comp iny t > Jahn w. Grandy, properly on the western sale of <"..:. :.!.il avenue, the price pa.d being jsoo. Charles II Jones and Lucy 0, Jones to Mr. Charles P.. Jones, a f.: with im? provements frnnting 23 feet in inches on t ie north side of Bramble ton avenue, 11,000. Hattle I.. Land to Emma !.. Siblcy, property fronting 28 fir: on tin- w at cm side of Claibornc avenue, 1475. Kpcciiil Addressnl V.M. 1 . \. ' The men's meeting at the V. M. C. A. building at 3:45 i.'c lock this afternoon will be especially interesting. Mr. W. F. Pomroy, of Paducah, Ky., will speak on "One Leaf from the Life <?f a Drum mi r." Mr. R, C. Tupman will sing and the Association Orchestra win nccom : iny the song service, which will be conducted by Mr. w. II. War I. phy. leal il re tor. All men nrc cordially Invited to be present. Mr. Pomroy Is n ?? mi ...i traveler ami a speak r of l ... : and pathos. WEI Award (ioittriiei lloiidny, The directors of the Norfolk Silk Company met aguln yesterday to com ri.te v.'- l 'fr ptrt ?in.ns :-? -he or ganizatlon of the cor.ji>ar.y. It was Stated la;'. n:gh' by a member of the b-.ard ct directors that the board a: its meeting to-morrow voali ,g:vc. e.ut the contract for thw construetioa of the si'.k factory. There are nine bids, four of them being by Norfolk ttrrr.r. The estimated cost of the fa< lory, equip? ment Included, Is $90.000 or $100.000. VIRGINIA CONFERENCE. AFRICAN M. 13. CHURCH WILL CONVENE IN PORTSMOUTH. The nineteenth annual session of the Virginia, Conference A. M. B. Church will convene in North s-:t Chin Portsmouth, at 9 o'< lock a. in. \V ilny next, the 2Cth Instant, anil will con? tinue In session for :-:\ daj . Ri v. .1. A. Handy, i>. P . of Oh h of the most learned prclai Ii tli col? ored Methodist Com ntlon. nt liishop oi the First Episcopal Dlsti ? . will preside-over the deliberations. The conference Is compos I E lb ?; ICO i:-v Und clerical delog.t and among th.- latter class there ar. soin ublo di\ lib t. ? - llie in divine.; from some of tlic conferot i:i oi her Siat< a, on I the col 11 .' ? odists in this section ore antl with pleasure the possibility ol pulpits being illled by these ubi. nien. Quite a number of . inns - will bt mode in the appointments, lei. tho law of the . limed allows ? mililsl r to - . . br. D. p. Sea ton. otil I Is third y< ar, i ru Ml th it churches In oth r i ':-'h i _inake strong effort to ". ' '.. : pastorate Iii Norfolk lias lie n ti i rkably successful one. and it i< ued that his church and eongrega. i"'are a uptt for liId reforrii n. bt the P.lshop will give Ihelr wishes : ;? ration. St. John's Church h ltlo.1 to two delegates and two a', intes to the coiifi rencc. Itn terinluinem ut t.lctV The Volunteer V will hot! ati enter? tainment at llui Girls' Home Tuesday evening, April 25th. The following ex? cellent program will be rend . ?; ?Dtictl Piano. ."Mrs. Freeman and Miss P.d larih Recitation.Select* I Mr. Fen tress. .Alisa m k En i li (mandolin and gUitar) . Messrs. Vahn and Mai tie. Recitation .Selected Miss ftowles. Solo, (piano).Miss Roswell Recitation.Selected Mr. Gatling. Sblo. (piano).Mr. .tames Casey Duett, (vocal) .Mis.- p, irr t Recitation .Sclecte I Miss Parlott. Public Invited. Refreshments served free. Silver offering required at the IvVCIllUg SltlMcltl. "In a Persian Garden," the f.'.motis combination of quartettes, ducts and solos, writ.en by Llr.a Lehman, will on Tuesday evening n :;t be rendered by the best talent in Norfolk under the direction of Mr. .1. Iredell Jenkins. A* it for the benefit oi that particular branch of work carried on with so tnuch credit by The King s Daughters, It is to be hoped ihAt tin- attendance will be large. The Visiting Nurse branch has been for some tlrii? past carried on with help to the sick pi ir, which cannot be estimated, ninny ti de? serving person owing much tb tlic as? sistance rendered them In more ways than one. Ai an opportunity for i n Joylng a musleale of the hlghi ?: i nl r tills event will be among the most lint able of the year. Quartette: Miss Ethel Neciy, soprano; Ml All ? OIL v.r. contralto; Mr. It. C. Tupninh, ten? or, and Mr. Win. Richards, bast >. S c advertisement * Is?'w here. .- II III III er line In, J. M. F. Trotter, the p ?put.tr drug? gist who presides over Ills wrll known store on Main street, has taken a great deal of time and pains lo ?riin ??? h .? customers With something in tlie \\ -i\- i I cooling, Invigorating und refreshing drinks for hot weather iliat tli and weary. <iii warm days, will <! ? well' in.: to overlook. You can gel a pica aril 11 hie, Just the kind to build : ; up Improve and tone the syst nt. '.: you are troubled with dyi > da try his Koko malt and pepsiiie; 1: will give Jnslant_?Clial-lb- u??; -1 pure fruit Juices for flavoring. Tins store usbs kto water except pure lltiila spring. Mr. Trotter understand business ami not only nuns to ill kle th palate, but to give you son; thins that will have a beneficial Influence en tin system. Colored y ii. i \. An address will be deliver* d at the men's meeting of the colored V. M. i'. A. by International Secretary J. 13 Morclund at 0 o'clock this afternoon. CT!-!En LOCAL ON PAG': 5 i - Bl?od without roti is blobcl with out vitt my* is the nutriment by which all jiarts of tlic hotly hi taiu'ect. Ditniitl !i the iron : :;?! ) ill blood becomes im? poverished. Voui :!:ctit;'.ii fails. Voui nerve fo: ? shattered, l " stc; sSu. BROWNS' IKON B ITT URS supplies the pi 'pet iron ;so it c.iri be assihjUntcd. It re? vives the I tig (??: ) J c Pallet? Conrl V clnuire. Justlco Tomlln yesterday fined Min- j erva Bell, col red, $:J."0 for assaulting I Alice Shearer. ! Virginia Mlckins, colored, believed to i ': ; I for a commission. Joseph II. Matthews, ^oldredi snatch i;>^' a ? . . from Mrs. C. A. Tur ticr: discharged for lack of proof. Nettle and Cast I ? Hall, colored, keep? ing h dlsord rlv house; continued to Mondny. : t>?? Itnlcleh Mny Come. a is n ison to believe that the . on r way South from New ivill run into the Virginia Capes? rid Charles?sind cast anchor v. days In U.nnpVon Roads. This , )., plu of this community trig tiiis Virginia* . .> . a his been made fa pari in the battle The importance of Icing a good Spring ? ?.0 ? ' iictne is well kriowri H^flK ?^ct> 'ls ,ic''o5siiy I . .' universallv admit f P lied. To argue ibis ' j i nt \3 useless ? tnkia ;j> your ti/ihc and wttetcs our i*. The /real question i?, what take7 Of/coure?, you want tho For/your blood you want a cures blood For your ap? petite, stom nch-weak ^?3 w (3 nens, and h epsia symp? toms you^vi?rit a medi cino contyrninihg appetite* Riving, stemm h-y* tonincr, dyspepsia curing qualv*' itics. For that tired feeling,v^?vtlull headache,^ >-? mi?y?/erable, allrttn 9 W^S/ M JFJ w dition^/^you want )P 'a true I >i ?_,/ 1 o bone Btnew, nerve an<L<^iuuscle ? not a B t i innl-Ant.^^*"-* Now tie can prove, we ftape^prdved, wo.. DO provo each and ViSvery <3av in * ' 1 tho year, that / * Hood'sI A Saraaparilia 1S the best; I that it is km 'quailed as a /0\'jh/ general 7 Spring Medi / i V cine : /that it meets Vvcry requirement /abovo named ! and more. We pr /ovo this by thou? sands o( te.-tiy/moninla? _ not from pc?^pl? anxious /j J to Bdvertisctyihemeelves, ? a/?/?f ; but from^/pcople ^ H |j / rV AH'*3 J in the Fa:ue walk M$ i0^lr( ,i?"e?3yo?- And (sVije tt^ ?':r P testimonials tell of 6 ?cirs, real, bona tiile (. THKS. W?~bclievo ?Lea yoti have given it a fair trial you wiil agree that America's Greatest Medicine and best Spring Mr Heine is Hood's Saraaparilla. Pre paredbyC. I. Hood & Co. j Lowell,Mass. ' ?> 'C> !>-*!> OO-U" O-tJ-.'JV ?tp-O-C? I Free Exhibition J 0 -OF ? v f . ? I; ... 9 f . . ?.. ;-;><^&:., 9 ?> Easy Freezers. A No crank, little I 0 thd less la- . 9 bor: works by it .<?:(. All Ik s week V ? wo will show :.'.:; rnafvi : und make, A 9 and distribute It : 1 It MAM free- ? a TUESDAY. TUM i'?TII. INST. A 9 Itememher :. . 1 tures of the y a "EASY PltEEVirSttS" -No crank r? A w turn Sma 11 c iliaiinml 1 9 -i> A turn. Sm.ill consumption of !(??? and salt. Rai It guaianti ? l to t Umstaater-Piyers Co., V and ?23 M AIN STREET, a Ar.d Hear of 222. 221, 22G, 228 230. ?s-'O-'O^'O -c> *r> <> <r> *s>oo Noi only by SAVING in FUEL but also by its Comfort, con? venience and cleanliness. ' I CITY GAS, We have now the nt ideas in Yacht Hats, Trin I-c-horn and White Hats. Wo are stUl showing I lats on Wednesdays. LA MODE, 1 MRS._POSNEfe BASE BAL.!"!! Monday and Tiictdiv, April IUI* at league Park. HOWARD UN-lVlvKSlTV.of WashJ^pB HDD STir KINGS, of XtirfoUc..;^ Cime called -i p. m. !".t tho, coolp.-t andiwit soda faufesH S ????-? -'.o 10 'yj .;i;. r':; ?rofi Store?, ZtfQ'SSB or ?rtlficDl syrups, nothing htt.6 ;- ?? water or.d criisjied frvUt; '?sypa^ !':i..-appto Sherbet, theortsinaS and aa?g -Or. .'.in f- ida. any.flavor; Coca Ca?& ? i..<': ca Co.: l. C/jc'a Oiia vi-tu Koko-Malt with pe;?lne. Mills SIuUkbt !?::?>? ph.ucs t'^g GMpe, Ctare-t. Oraiig* RaspN-rrv uixt fresh "LismSm^^M 1 apple Snow, Ctaretade-. ! ?"!J':f, Mint Ices. Aloleit* ?nut all tho leacin? drink Trotter's Drug 338_Mainst. Cor^ainand ChurcfV DOY?U KM 1WH?T ? IS K N OVATI NO ?Am MATT Wo havo ail kind* la stoeb, of best material*. '.'.'HJiiRD Hi i s? M 1 Rambler, E| \ Cieveiand, vv - ' \Vc i-iirnish the IVlorrow C?63Gnt and Coaster if Desire? rhe ihre: ij.m.s ntative American made < ? i ;.i?;> a:..i v. II interest 21*7 and over 219