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THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES TWO, THREE AND FIVE.
Makes the food more delicious and wholesome ro*'?i baking pownrq cf., mw vo*?. koi study am (Continued from Fourth 1'agc.) which wore frequently ornamented outside with the "story" or history or the deceased. In the next stanza the f>oct raises the Important question of low far environment determines one's course in life. In statuta 13 "ample page" refers to the vast amount of knowledge contained in hooks. "Spoils of time" means the Information gained by lime and study. Nutioc the uppro prlatcncss of "chill," "froze" und "cur? rent." The next stanza (14) 1? one fre? quently quoted, and the fifteenth h.is special grandeur from Its historical BUggostivcucs3. In Gray's time there ?was a prejudice against Cromwell, ?which lias stni o largely disappeared. It is suppi h td the writer may lutve had In mind WalpoSe, whose policy In? creased England'? wealth and there foro "sentti red plenty." In stanza IT ?'slaughter" calls up many events in history, and In the next we are told pome of tin- troubles the poor escaped. In lf>. the term 'Mgnoble" shews the belief In the Iniquity of the town and Jn the Innocence of the country. "Se? questered" (pi) means retired. "Prall memorial" (20) was probably the wood? en tablet "I'nlettered muse" (21) indi? cates the uncduceded character of the persons who wrote the names on the j tablets. In stanzas 22 and the poet draw:: ! Attention t<> the universal wish to be remembered even .after death. in stanza L'l the author supposes Mint in his own case there may lie Inquiries, and in 25 and the succeeding stanzas he Intimates the Information that may he forthcoming, The epitaph can lie fully understood <mly by referring t" the poei's life. 'I'lp. early opportuni? ties of Gray wore no! promising, hut he was a diligent student and obtained his reward. It !s Interesting to notice the accurate picture which the author paints of himself. EXAMINATION'? AND CERTIFI? CATES. AI the end of the l-rm of seventer-, weeks, a series "f questions on each roii: . ". pr, pared by Professor Seymour Eaton, will bo published in the Vir gtiilnn-Piloti and blanks containing the questions W !i he furnished every sub? scriber making application - same. Two weeks will I'" allowed urier Hie courses el se, tor the receipt of exami? nation pap >"? containing answers These papers will Im referred to .\ B iird of Examiners, Who will assist Professor Knlon, and as soon as the; woil: of exam nation Is complete, the result will he reported, ami certificates Issued t" the students entitled to the in. Sweet, refreshing Bin p is given by II hd's Snrsapiirlllri. which feeds U. ? nerves, tones ihfl stomach and cures all d.. i ;?? ; ! symptoms. BRIEF ITEMS ?F lNTOIES.. The steamer Ariel, of the Clydcsl line, will run to Richmond on Satur? days only. Mrs. I.eon Salzberg and little seven year-old son, Maxie, returned yester? day from a two weeks' visit to her pa? rents In New York. Willie there a , successful operation was performed on the little boy's throat for tonsilllls. Mr. Louis Casabona is at New Yotk. niaking-pgaparathum to-sa I for Italy InJ a few days. Mr. S. Frank has returned home after a pleasant visit to his daughters at! New York. Sixteen Wllloughby Bench lots were 6oid Wednesday, mostly to Norfolk peo? ple, who will erect cottages on their premises. The lady managers and ex-managers of the Norfolk Protestant Hospital are requested to meet at Mrs. Bockover's t >sidence this afternoon at G o'clock i . important business. Lucy Lee, Dolly Lufsey and Mamie As ibv were arrested last night ami ; . k 1 In police station on the charge of Jf.ei ping a disorderly house on lower Church street. Mr. C. S. Dowdy, of Richmond, Is in the city. Mr. W. D. Watson, of Danville, was In the city yesterday. Mr. J. D. Gray, of Itellvllle. was reg? istered at the Atlantic Hotel yes tor day. Mr. C. E. MncCarlton, of the New York World's circulation department, is In the city. There ts in port now a two-masted British schooner?something quite un? usual here. According to the church calendar, yesterday wan "Ascension Day." Rev. Dr. C. N. Donaldson, of Atlanta, arrived in the city Thursday, and will be guest for a few days of his friend. Dr, W. J. Grimes, on Brambleton ave? nue. Dr. Donaldson was for several years a resident of Norfolk prior to his call to a church In Atlanta. V. lie i, Xll I ii re Needs assistance It may be best to ren? der it promptly, but one should remem? ber to use even the most t crfcet reme? dies only when needed. The best and most simple and gentle remedy is the Syrup of Pigs, manufactured by the California Pig Syrup Co. The largest tailoring plant and the largest and finest force of workmen? that's why we make them better than others. RUDOLPH & WALLACE, Never a doubt about the lit and workmanship if your clothes are made by Rudolph! & Wallace. No bitter made anywhere. A free dark room for the use of all. Bring your camera In and load it. GEMMELL ART CO., 416 Main street. COURT DECISIONS. Notes of Cases Recently Decided, Which are of Interest to Our People. DIGESTED BY W- B- MARTIN. (Exclusively for Virginian-Pilot.) N. & W. H. Co. V. OLD DOM. 13AG UAUE CO. Supremo Court of Appeals of Virginia. | April 6, 1899. 9 I AN INJUNCTION PROPERLY; dRANTED WILL NOT, GENERAL? LY, BE DISSOLVED UNTIL DE-I FENDANT HAS ANSWERED. A DECREE OVERRULING A DE MURRER, GIVING LEAVE TO AN-| SWER, AND CONTINUING AN IN- j JUNCTION IN FORCE UNTIL Til 10 FURTHER ORDER OF Till-: COURT, IS NOT AN APPEALABLE DECREE, WHERE NO MOTION TO DISSOLVE WAS MADE, AND THE CASE WAS HEARD SOLELY ON 'J II)-: DEMURRER TO THE HILL. The points decided appear from the "pinion of the court. The Court says: Tin:-, appeal must he dismissed as having been improvldcntly awarded. It was irum a decree overruling a demur roT to iho" bill, in which tile court stales its reasons therefor. The winde effect of the decree was to overrule ib.- demurrer to the bill, give the de? fendants leave to answer and continue the Injunction in hirce (which the or? der granting it would have done) until tie- further order >>: the court. It was ii.e as th - npp Ilitnl c intends, ti de. reo overruling a motion to dis? solve the injunction in which the prlp ciples of the cause were ad hid;.?a/"' and therefore nppenlnblc under tV cisioiis of ibis court in tin- catx-* of ih.-io follows :l list of cases). Kr each of these cases there was a nvK.lon to dissolve the injunction, which was heard after answers had been hied, and in some of them nfter proi f had been taken, thus raising Issues of fact as well as of law, whl It w. re passed upon to some extent by tin- court in over? ruling the motion to dissolve. In this ease no answer had been filed, and the general rule Is, though subject to exceptions, thai an injunction properly granted will not be dissolved until the defendant ban answered. Neither was there a motion to dissolve the Injunc? tion, nor any issue of fact rased, but the case was heard solely upon the de? murrer i i the bill. in Lancaster v. Lnncn t- r. SO Va.. 201. it was held that a decree or ordi r overruling a demurrer to a. bill was not appealable, because such a decree does not ndjudle.n.to the principles of the cause, hul in rely de lo-mlnes thai the complainant Is en d :.- Hp- relief sought if he estab? lish-.- the ear.- mhde i.i the bill.. The rourl :s of opinion ihar a decree over? ruling a demurrer, giving the defen? dant!! Icnve to unswer and continuing nn Injunction in force until the further order of the court, is no; an appealable .leere ? where there was- no motion to dissolve, rind the case whs heard sole? ly upon Ihe demurrer to the bill. The appeal must be dismissed. DULL V. CLEVELAND C. C. A S. L. R. CO. Appellate Court of Indiana. Fi hruary 17. c-;in. ONE WllO STANDS ON A RAIL? ROAD TRACK IN FRONT OF AN APPROACHING TRAIN WHICH CAN BE SEEN FOR THREE .?ifAKTEES <>??' A Ml LI'. WITIMCT TAKING ANY PRECAUTIONS, AND IS STRUCK BY IT, IS GUIL? TY id-' CONTRIBUTORY NEGLI? GENCE AS A MATTER OF LAW, AND CANNOT RECOVER. IN SUCH CASE IF THE ENGINEER COULD Nop STOP IN TIME TO AVOID THE ACCIDENT AFTER HE SAW THE PERSON THE COM? PANY IS NOT LIABLE, AL? THOUGH THE TRAIN WAS RUN? NING T< >0 FAST. Dull sued the railroad Company for the negligent killing of his infant child seven years of age. The jury returned a special Unding and judgment was given upon it for the defendant and plaintiff nppealed. The court, after holding that the railroad company was negligent In running Its train at too great a rate of spcOd, says: The next question which naturally arises Is, was appellant's child guilty of negligence which contributed to her death? We enter upon the discussion of this question with the facts clearly established that Vonnle Dull was sul .iuris. From '.he facts found she was capable of fully understanding the dan? ger which might result from her con duet. Where It Is shown that the child fully understood the danger and peril Incident to her conduct, and that Bhe trespassed nnd stood on appellant's track for some two or three minutes without taking nny precautions what? ever looking to her safety, she was un? doubtedly guilty of contribut >ry negll gi hce, and the court must so declare It, ns a matter of law from the facts found. Here It Is expressed and spe? cifically found that Vonnle Dull bad been duly warned, knew and realized the danger she was In, and knew that peril to her was Incident to her posi? tion. We think the rule Is well fettled that where iwperson voluntarily - ?es into a place Of danger, which he under? stands and fully realizes, he takes upon himself the risk, and there can be no recovery for resulting Injury, unless stu b injury Is willfully inflicted. Appellant contends that, even if Von? nle Dull was guilty of negligence, it does not bar recovery, under the facts found, because the engineer was guilty of negligence after he discovered her. Appellee's engineer discovered her dan? irr when he came within about T.00 feet of her, and then, as the Jury found, It was Impossible for-him to stop his en? gine before reaching her. It looks to us. from nil the facts found, that the engineer did ull it was possible for htm to do. Judgment alllrmed. PEOPLE'S FORUM. NOTE.?Tha People's Forurn belnj: freely open to all parties, classes, per? sons, views and capacities, the Vir- I glnlan-Pllot Is responsible fur none of the statements nor opinions ex? pressed therein, nur for the style In which they are set forth. The Ignorant and uneducated shall be beard hers euually with the learned. Norfolk. V;u, May 11. ISM. Fditor Vlrginian-Pil< : On my return from my enforced at? tendance on Grand l. dge of i. O. O. F of this State, this morning', 1 have been accused of using a nom de plume in your paper. 1 do not want to live to BO < the day when l shall he afraid or ushamed to sign myself FRANK TOPHAM. BTRE FT S W EE PI N G. Norfolk. Vn., May 11, 1S99. Editor VIrginlan-Pllot: When our Street Board decided to uniform its men In while, emblem of purity, it was taken as tin Indlcati n that Norfolk was to lose its well earned reputation for dirty streets; but such seems not to have been the case. There may have been marked linprov m nt In certain sections, but it litis been but lit? tle, it any, better on Church sue t. This street used to be swept above Charlotte only twici a week. I bclievi now it is swetu three times a week. Hut it should be swept like Main. Gran by and others?every night. 1'. surely needs it. The trafllc is greater than on Grnnby street. We pay license required and we are entitled to as much consid? eration as the Main and Granby street merchants. Church street is the route over which it large number of strangers enter our city via tin- Occnn View and Old Point railroad . The writer has been in busi? ness seven years on this street in the vicinity of Qi.n street, and has been ;i somewhat close observer, and he can? not call to mind ever hav ing seen that section of the strei t (dean unless it was after a very hard rain. The dirt bus been nnckod hard and thick, si much so that after the sweeper runs over there is still nn abundance of dirt left, in fact, the railroad ties and en Vices catch a very large portion of the dirt as the sweeper passes along. It would be n m < xcellcnt thing if the streets on which the curs run wore BWcpt by hand, and the railroad com? pany should be required to sweep and sprinkle these streets as tiny do in sonn1 other cities. Tin- most favorable considerations under which the fifty years franchise was granted should in? duce them to do that without compul? sion. If one will siand awhile on a dry day on Church street, near Bute, and watch the clouds of dirt that is lifted up by the very rapid transit of the cars ho will see at once how impossible It is for any merchant to keep his g tods In :l respectable condition unless his doors are kept closed, which is not desirable. The fact is, we have a standing nui? sance created and kept by the street car line and the luck of proper atten? tion On the part of our street beard. Which is to the detriment of every mer? chant in Ibis section. Will not the lien. Frank Bast, the champion of good Streets and (dean streets, not only in the West End. but In the Fast end as wtdl. Kive this matter his attention, an hour spent with the merchants will con? vince any one as to the truthfulness of this statement. MERCHANT. BRAM?LETOH WARD. The condition of**Miss Mary E. Dey, of Wllloughby avenue, who had an op? eration performed on her for appen? dicitis nt St. Vincent's Hospital, was considered serious last night. The Inasmuch Circle of the Kinc;'r. Daughters held a largely attende i meeting .-it the home of Miss Nellie Hall, on l.ovltt avenue, yesterday af? ternoon. The session was an important one. An Interesting Bible reading was held at the Memorial Christian Temple last nisht. R< v. C. E. Woodson, rector of St. P ters I'. F. Church, and Rev. C. E. Ota miner, of Christ Church, will ex? change pulpits at the 11 o'clock service Sunday morning. The Brambleton Independent Demo? cratic Club met last night, hut trans? acted only routine business. ITLoHTIC CITY WARD There will he literary exercises In connection with tie- Ice-cream festival to be given next Tuesday and Wednes? day nights by tin- ladies of LtcKies Me? morial M. E. Church. Mr. .1. P. Rives is erecting a hand a Hi Vital Fores?Mental Force? Muscular Force?result from lak Ins llrowns' iron Hilters. The only remedy that replenishes tho btood with natural iron m a nat? ural way. Under booellclal inilu* enco or this Itfe-clvloe tonlo the vltalll v in liicreasi tl, the t rain be? come* active, tho muscles / / strong. U/ I;,, /?: r. tiPlW'il) riomp and commodious frame dwelling on Central avenue near Rlvervlew street. A number of modern style dwellings are in course of erection on the Kibble property. Kev. Dr. w. s. Lacy and wife are stopping with Mrs. Mattte Broughton, I N'o. h Hamilton avenue. The Sydney School, of Lambert's Point M. K. Church, Is preparing for a | delightful entertainment to come off in the near future. B5 Make the Hair Grow With warm shampoos of CUTIcvitA SOAfand litht dresslugsot CuncuiiA, purest of emol? lient skin cures. This treatment at ouco stop? falling hair, remove* crusts, scales, and dandruff, soothes irritated, itclilng surfaces, stimulates tho hair follicles; supplies tho roots with energy ami nourishment, and makes the hair grow when all else falls. Not Here To=Bay and Qone To=Morro\v forpoun tears vou have been reading the testimonials op your Friends and neighbors as to my skill In tho treatment of ! catarrh. W ould it not be wiser t > be- I live them than the often lying testi? monials published by patent m< dlclnc ven? ders, given by pcoplo a thousand miles A WAV or oftcner forged out? right? Why waste more in jury on l atent mcdl cin< sT "Two years ago our little boy had a severe atta l; or tonsillitis which left him With a had throat trouble. II!-: CuCI.H not breathe through HIS nose I and had great difficulty IN breathing, especially at night. We took him t- dr. Fl rev, ?Ii. treatment WAS entirely. suc-1 cessful and since then the < m 111,! > has had Ni> trouble IN breathing, but breathes naturally and easily nnd sleeps well at night, ami we ate very much pleased with tho re? sult." j. h. carlson*. Eil l'ayette m.. Portsmouth. has ornrrts Nu i and 2. r-to an main STREET. OPPOSITE COMMEit. C1AL PLACE. NORFOLK. VA. 'vSSC. 8 to 12.30 A. M? 2 to 6 P. M, SUNDAYS: Ii A. tri, to 1 P. M. TUESDAY NIGHT AND THURSDAY NIGH r 30 P M. TO ? I" M. SPECIALTIES: CATARRH AND At.!. DISEASES OF THE EYE. EAR, .Nu.iK. THO AT AND STOMACH. Terms very moderate and within the t ea. h of all. EYES EXAMIN ED FREE Consultation Always Free Medicines Free to Patients ! in ? ill REPAIRING TRUNKS A SPECIALTY I 'p'-?-' ? - f ... ; |P ? -vv- - ? ? ? ? - .--'L We guarantee all trunks bought er ua tar ono year and repair them f. ? o of chargo. We paint the name and address on your trunk grat s. Leather Name Taas given away with all leather ba^s a:id Dr< is Suit Cases. A FEW SPECIALS FOR THIS WEEK TRUNKS. a square-top Canvass Trunk. brass bolts and clamps, Iron bottom, bras kt ? ? on top and bottom, sti el strap hlngi :'-soie leather straps, division fvr hat box. DRESS SUIT CASES A Leather Dress Suit Case, woi th fl.JO. our pHci C2.75. A Leather DrOSS Suit Case, worth 15.00, our price, JJ.Ti. Roller Tray Trunks, Bureau Trunks, Theatrical Trunks, Leather Trunks, Automatic Tray Trunks, Basket Trunks, Steamer Trunks, Metal Trunks. We have a complete stock of Travi ling Bags and Dress Suit cases. Lad! ?' and .Men's Pocket-books^ Traveling Goods of all k nds. su. ti as, Clocks, Drinking Cups. Flasks and Traveling Companlous. Glva us a call. It will pay you. i Mm, 172 Church St., nsar Main. ? ? Household Goods of all klr,u 5 stored at moderate rates. J: Call or address ? THE McINT YRE STORAGE CO., " tiStt main STREET. q JaS-su.tu.fr-Cnt 0 -THE? Ul ?TO EL l| This time it is the man i$ ufacturer's loss and your Ji gain. I $3.00 Umbrellas, for $1.59. $1.50 Shirt Waists, for $1.00. i &J ? Beautiful line of ? P. K. and Grasn Stiris. I BENJ, LOWENBERG, | 34 Granby Street. For Lowest Prices and Best Terms ?-n Portable, Stationery, Corll?s and Ma? rino Engines, Steam Hollers,all styles and sizes; Has. Gasolene and Naptha En? gines Electric Motors. Saw, Grist and .--.little. M-.ils, Wood Working Machines, Belting, Scales or all kinds, &c. Call on or Wrlto to T, A. PERRY, MANUFACTURERS' AGENT, No. S02 Water street (Roper Building). Both phones No. 4. Norfolk, Va, BEFRIGEBAIORSI I have the CHALLENGE REFRIGER? ATORS and It has the right name, ns It will challenge any good hardwood refrlg tr.itor on the market. If !n need, call and examlno stock and get prices. AH sea ?onable goods at low prices. P. J. MALBON, Bold Phones No. 401. J. W. CAMACE. W. N. WALLER. GflfHO?E & WALLES, Headquarter for Foreign and Domestic Cement, Lime, Piaster Bricks. Sewer and Chimney. Pipe, Laths, Shingles, c\.c. Olikc and warehouses 12 to 18 PLUME ST N?r ib? RridKi. NORFOLK VA, CONTRACTORS AND BUI L DLRS. In ttnj inarhft for l,'m?, Port Icnd or American Ci m.-nt I'ias trr. Hair, Chimney Pipe Ktro Brick, l.ath er Shingles, See us before you buy. We arc soio agents for Acme Cement Pias? ter New No. 115 Water street. BATCHELDER &~COLLINS. THE Joseph Brown STORE. Yesterday's Rain doubtless prevented many from attending the sale of Percales at 71 _?. That means mat you may buy to-day at the same figures. Sheer Organdies. Such as ordinarily are 1">, are to be had at 10. Beauty" and Organdy excellence are t heir's. New Dimities. Placed on the counters yes? terday. Styles not heretofore seen.. Numbers of buyers pre? fer Dimity to any other Sum? mery fabric. Cotton Coverts at 121.' atTord a most satis? factory Skirt at a perfectly easy price. Shades many. Joseplt Brown, 22a main St. Lawrence & Welton Two Specials. The Is a lot of Tailor-made First Suits? properly made ?made of the ,; proper materials, and otTered to you right in the height of the sea? son at a Reduction of 25 Per Gent. This reduction of % off holds good on all Tailor-made articles. Special Is aPiqueand Wash No. 2 Goods offering. The goods in this lot range in price from 39c. to 69c. and are all new stuffs. On the centre counter in rear of store you will find them marked. Lawrence & Welton 2i8 Alain Street. <C>04> 4>OG> OOO 0<S><e>8<3>*0 <*-<*??*? ?*?-????> ?-<?o 0 d lime nor ? % will * ^ ^ <<7 ^ allow us to 0 ^ 0 go into details. 0 Suffice it to say, ff?^^ (bat you are paying cj'^n, gj too much money for <? c_ 0 your Clothing. A word t5 45/ 0 to the wise should be sul ficient. ?^7here, only a few specials ^ M K.\"3 SUITS. ACTUAL VALUE 0 NINE DOLLARS, YOURS FOR 4.98 ? MUST BE) SEEN Ti> SB APPRE CIATE1D. 0 ? MKN".i SUITS. ACTUAIi VALUE ^ FOURTEEN DOLLARS, YOURS FOI 0 7.42 APPRE 0 ? v 0 ? MEN'S SUITS, ACTUAL VALUE ? TWELVE DOLLARS AND KITTY # CENTS, YOURS FOR o $6.24 I MUST BE SEEN TO UK APPRE- ?. CIATED. A -,- J MEN'S SUITS, ACTUAL VALUE TWENTY DOLLARS. YOURS FOR $ $9.98 t MUST BE SEEN TO DB APPRE- f CIATED. a *.ti?^S BALL CLOTH.WG CO., f (, 219 MAIN ST., K?i lolk, Va., opposite Academy of Music. | ^ <&???> <>Ov> ?oo C>^>i> o oo-?> oo>o <>??? *?^>^ Thej' overcome Weak? ness, irregularity anil omissions, increase vlg or mill banish '"pains of menstruation." They arc "LIFE SAVERS" to pivls at vvomunhood, aiding development of organs and body. No known remedy for mnnon equals them. Cannot do harm?life becomes a [>1 asure. jftl.OO PER 1JOX BY MAIL. Sold by druggists. DR. MOTT'S CHEMICAL CO., Cleveland, Ohio. Sold by BURROW, MARTIN & CO.