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RICHMOND NEWS AND GOSSIP The Episcopal Council of Diocese of Virginia, FIRST DAY'S SESSION Important Amr-nilruetits to llio Con* ?f tuition IO ItO ? iwmliliTcil ? file (ontmrli IO B> A \viirili'll-'l llo Miller-roltliima Ifnpilnla ? I'or irnll For I>no C'nilip ? Plttsdlurc Kniebis Teruplar AbunUon ibvlr / I'ropoicd Trip. (Special to Virginian-Pilot.} Richmond, Vav May 17.?The 101th cession of the Episcopal Council of the Diocese of Virginia opened In St. Paul's Church at o'clock this morning. A large crowd was in attendance. Rev. Preston Nash, rector of Christ Church, this city, read the service, and Rev. J. J. Clopton preached. At 10 o'clock the morning services ?were conducted by Bishop F. M. Whit? tle, and Bishop Coadjutor R. A. Gib eon. Rev. Wm. A. Barr, rector of Mon? umental, delivered the sermon. It was only a few minutes of noon when Bishop Whittle called the busi? ness session of the council to order. The church was crowded. By the direction of the presiding Bishop Rev. Guerard Meade, of Spring man, the secretary <>r the council, read the roll of the clerical and lay dele? gates. Of the former forty-six, nnd nf the latter forty answered to their names, whereupon the Bishop an pounced thai u quorum was present and the council therefore was ready to proceed with the business. The Bishop next announced as Com? mittee on Credentials for the lay dele gates Rev. J. V. Dqwman and Messrs. N. B. Nowlan nnd Judge .lohn W. Rlley. The committee then retired to examine the certificates of the dele? gates. On motion the rules of the former council were adopted for the guidance of the body. COMMITTEES. The Bishop then appointed the fol? lowing commit let s: SFates of the Church?Rev. G. X. Nel Boil, Edward Wall, L. R. Mason ami Messrs. Powhntnn Moncurc, Charles F.. Cary, W. O. Clagett. Willows and Orphans' Fund?Rev. D. C. T. Davis, Mr. Win'. F. Contes. Episcopal Fund?Rev. Carter Page. Mr. L. G. Fairbank. Brotherhood?Messrs. L>. M. Black ford. Judge J. C. Lamb, Eppti Hunton Disabled Clergy?Jlev. C. F. Ball, Dr. Thomas R. I.owe. Orlce Fund? Rev. John McKabb, Mr. Edgar Met ray. Diocesan Missions-Rev. \v. p. Chris man, Rev. R. ('. Cowling, Messrs. G. Id. Walker. J. F. Wheat. Parochial Reports Rev. J. R. Ellis, Rev. J. \V. .). Mori in. Rev. John L. Douglas. Messrs. Charles Woolnough, John Temple. R. V. Gordon. New Parishes?Rev. J. J. Norwood, Colonel John W. Gordon. Elections?Rev. W. t?. Smith. Mr. Cyrus Bosalctix, George I* Currie, Finance?Messrs. Joseph Bryan, Dr. Charles E. Conwny, Albert Baker. Clerical Support?Messrs. .lohn G. Williams, R. P. Pag.-, lt. c. Wellford, George W. Bnrbour, C, C. Bnughman, Dr. W. P. Moncurc, Macon Cove. VV. R ( al le. Duvall, Judge John C. Bwell. Bundtty Schools Rdv. George I.. Som ervlllc. Rev. .1. C. Jones, Rev. Preston Nnsh. Messrs. John M. Taylor. L. D. Vripri, J. G. Moncure. Prayer Book Distribution?Rev. II. R. Leo. Rev. R. A. Goodwin, Messrs. T. C. Rn'lin._ Society?Rev. R. A. Goodwin, W. A. Williams. DAILY HOURS. Rev. Mr. Nash offered a resolution fixing the session of the council as fol? lows: Business meeting from 0:30 a. m. to It rt. m.; religious services at 11 n. in., followed by a business session until 2 p. m.. when n recess Is to be taken until I p. m. to f. v. ni. The resolution was adopted. Rev. Mr. Meade next read a Zetter from the secretary of the Confederate Memorial Literary Association, inviting tb.e delegates of the council to visit the Confederate Museum. The invitation Avas accepted. On motion of Rev. It. A. Goodwin the visiting Clergymen were Invited to occupy seats among tho delegates. A letter was then read by the secre? tary from Mr. Charles I.. Hudglns, the secretary of the House of Delegates, containing copies of the amendments to the Constitution, adopted by (no lnst General Assembly, which met in Wash? ington. Rev. George W. Nelson, of Warren ion, moved that the matter be laid over until tho next session of the council, but agreed to nn amendment Offered by Rev. K. Meade to have the subject referred to a special commit? tee o#>nsirting v.f three clergymen and three lay delegates to report to the next ?oiineii. The resolution was adopted Olid 'he chairman rtnted thai he would onnonnee the committee later on. STONDAY SCHOOL W< )RK. Rev. R. A. Goodwin called attention to the resolution adopted by the last council that a special hour be set apart for the consideration of Sunday school ?work by that body. He therefore mov? ed 'hut this subject be taken lip this afternoon nt 4:30 o'clock, which was screed to. nnd Bishop Whif.lo appoint ? ?d Rev. R. A. Goodwin and Mr T. C. P.ufTtn as speakers on that subject. Rev. Mr. Moadc asked permission to have the diversion canon attached to tho 1,000 copies of the printed reports of the Journal of the Council and have also 1.000 extra copies printed. The re? quest was granted. Bishop Coadjutor Gibson presented tho reports on tho inves'ed funds of tho Episcopal Church of the diocese, .which were referred to the respective standing committees. Rev. Mr. Downman, the chairman of the Committee on Credentials, report? ed that the certificates submitted were correct with tho exception that the name of Mr. P. W. Kelson be added to the rail. TMi'jns agfaed to. THE SERVICES. The program for to-morrow and Fri? day Is as follows: Thursday?7:30 a. m., sermon by Rev. W. H. K. Pendleton. of Fairfax: 11 a. m., sermon by Rev. W. D Smith, of Frcderlcksburg: 8 p. m., addresses on foreiKn missions by Revs. John O. Meem, of Brazil, and J. Lindsay Fat ton, of Japan. Friday?7:30 a. in., sermon by Rev. P. LeB. Cross, of Itapidan; 11 a. rn., sormon by Rev. G. W. Nelson, of War? ren ton. A matter of peneral Interest to the public will be the consideration of the amendments to the Constitution, one of which gives the laity the right to have a voice In the nomination and election of bishops of the diocese, white hereto? fore the lay members had only the pow? er to reject, while the nomination and election rested with the clergy. The other amendment intead3 to chanfre the date of the convention of the Council. Both amendments were favorably acted upon by last year's Council, re? ferred under the law to the vestries of the different churches of the diocese, approved by them and will now be re? ported hack for concurrence. RIG CONTRACTS TO BE AWARDED. Contracts will be awarded to-morrow /or the construction of dams across *imes river, enlarging canal and pow er-house foundations for the water power station of tiie Virginia Electrical Railway and Development Company. The work includes the construction of a dam across the James ni'.ir Brown's island, a temporary coffer-dam for the excavation of the tail races; the en? largement and deepening of the canal bed. which in to be dredged and con? creted, ami the building and equipment of a power-house. The James ltiver Construction Com? pany, of which R. Lancaster Williams, Esq., is president, is the chief contract? or. This company is an auxiliary of the Virginia Electrical Railway and Development Company; The different phases of the work will be let to sub? contractors. There were el?rht lud? on the work. The lowest was S12S.930; the highest, t232,S00. Award will be made to-day, and work will commence at once. MILLER-FELTJ-IAUS. St. Mary s Catholic Church was well filled this morning to witness the mar? riage of Miss .Manile Isabel Miller to Mr. Anthony Herman Pelthaus. The sanctuary was beautifully decorated for the occasion. The marriage cere? mony was performed according to ihn solemn ami impressive rites of the Catholic Church, solemn high mass be? ing celebrated by Very Key. Father Willibald. (.). S. 1!., with Rev. Father Faber-Smlth as deacon, Rev. Father John. ii. s. Ti., sub-deacon, and Rev. Father Gregory, i?. S. B.. master of ceremnics. The marriage ceremony wits performed by Kaiher* Willibald. After the ceremony a wedding break? fast, served by Etlicher, wna partaken of. after which the bridal couple left for the North, followed by the good wishes of many friends. On the return Mr. an.I .Mis. Fellhnus will be at home to their friends at .\o. ion Bast Mar? shall street Among the many handsome presents received was a combination secretary and book case, presented to the crnnm by the members of St. T.eo's Catholic Club, of which he Is president. A PORTRAIT OF nr.. PARKER., A superb oil painting of Dr. W. w. Parker, who was maj ir of Parker"s Battery during the war. win be pre? sented to Lee Camp Friday nlk'ht bv the Parker's Rattery Association. ? picture of General Longstrcet will soon be presented to the camp. WAN TS TO 1E BANKRUPT. Mrs. Molllc E. Burton, of Henrlco county, tiled a petition In bankruptcy in the Fnlted Slates Circuit Court this morning. Her assets consist of real estate In said county estimated to be worth about $11.000. Her liabilities are represented principally in the shape of endorsements for her husband. Iler property was advertised for sale under a deed of trust and the court ordered an Injunction against the sale until the liens can be ascertained. KNIGHTS NOT COMING. The Pittsburg Knights Templar to the keen regret of their fellow knights in Richmond have given up their trip to this city. It was the purpose of the Plttsburg Knights to Include Richmond in tin ir route to Altoona, where they will attend the meeting of the State jfjomnmndery of Pennsylvania. They Intended to spend Iwo days In Rich? mond?ihiiI the?horn, Kul_riTs """would have entertained them as they have twice been the guests of the Plttsburg Comma ndery. PETERSBURG. Fireman Collier Will Test Legality of His Suspension, Denied That lie fan Re, Compelled to Ituy Uniforms From Certain n?nt ern ? severely Ncnldeil ? Returned in IIIn Home, Petersburg, Va., May 17.?An inter? esting case. Involving the legal author? ity of the Fire Commissioners, will, it is uaid. be carried Into court for de? cision. Mr. James Collier, one of Hie station-men, Is the complainant In the ense. Recently the firemen were in? structed to provide new uniforms for the summer, and while, it ic? said no general bids were invited for furnishing the uniforms, the firemen were directed to procure them from a certain cloth intr-house. Mr. Collier objected, for personal reasons, to K->in<; to this firm, but declared bis willingness to dupli? cate the uniform called for at nny other house, even should the price bo higher. This privilege war; denied him. and for continued refusal to conform to the rul? ing of the department commissioners he was suspended from duty. He claims that the suspension Is illegal, and proposes to lest the matter In court. MR. BENNETT DISMISSED. In the Mayor's Court yesterday the case of Mr. A. C. Bennett, charged with unlawful shooting In the street, was In? vestigated, Hon. W. It. McKenney ap? pearing as counsel for the defendant, and a large crowd belnp present. The evidence showed that Mr. Menuett act? ed under provocation, which rendered his conduct excusable, and he was dis? charged. SERIOUSLY SCALDED. Charles Baker .(colored), employed at DuVnl's saw-mill. In Prince George county, was very painfully and serious, ly scalded while nt work yesterday af? ternoon by the breaking or derange? ment of one of tho pipes leading from the boiler. It Is not thought, however, that his Injurie? will prove fatal. Dr. Edwin Mann, a prominent young physician of Crowe, and a native of Petersburg, is In the city to-day. and, It is understood, contemplates remov? ing here to practice his profession. The Hustings Court will meet in reg? ular term to-morrow. There are two felony and one or more misdemeanor eases on the docket for trial. RETURNED TO HIS HOME. Charles Edward Falter, a white boy, who was arrested here some days ago as a runaway from his home, In Balti? more, was taken back to that city this afternoon by his father, who carrie on after him. This Is not the first time the boy has caused his parents great anxiety by suddenly disappearing from home and running away, and the father told him to-day that this was the last j time he would thus seek him. TOWN OF SUFFOLK Move Now Beins Made to Incor? porate Whaleyville. Srrcentit K. 3t. Hut fro la Arqnltlrdor ClinriTo of Asann.lt?MntTolk Pennni ~M;irk?i U NtrOHK? H?*ebnll Inter ontn (lie People ? lleniorlnl Dnr, (Special to Virglnlan-Pilot.) Suffolk. Va.. May 17.?Sergeant R. M. Bitten, of Courtland, was acquitted to? day for knocking out a man's eye. Sergeant Batten had a difficulty -with a well known citizen of Southampton nnd hit his eye so hr.rd It had to be cut out. The jury which heard the case In County Court soon came down with a verdict of not guilty. Batten was prosecuted by State's Attorney W. J. Sebrell and defended by Lawyers "Wil? liam S. Holland and John Sebrell. Jr. TOO MANY HOGS THERE. There are many property holders in the village of Whaleyville who want It Incorporated, and an effort will he made to get a Charten from the next General Assembly. The advo?a'es of Incorporation claim that one of the chief disadvantages will be an im? provement in sanitation. Now the hogs and other stock are very thick on the streets. It is thought that the 'value of real estate will bo much enhmced when the charter is granted. The people who live nearby and whose stock will be affected by restrictions, are satisfied with Whaleyvlllc as a vil? lage. SUFFOLK PEANUT MARKET. The peanut market In Suffolk Is strong with early prospects for ail ad? vance In factory goods. A %velt Inform? ed peanut man told me to-night that tho factories "are not anxious to Fell. At least one of them has stopped clean? ing temporarily. Following are to? day's quotations: Extra large Jumbo hand picked. 5c.: fancy band picked, i\ic; extras hand picked, 3%c.; extra large shelled, 7c; No. 1 Virginia, GVic; No. 2 Virginia, 2V4c. These prices are subject to 2l,a per cent, discount. Farmers' stock, 2Vic to 3Vic. COMES ONE DAY EARLIER. This week's meeting of the Friday Af? ternoon Reading Club will be held to? morrow afternoon with Mrs. C. J. Kid dick, No. 3D Pinner street. This Is he cause memorial day comes on Friday. Tlie readers will be Mrs, Rlddick and Miss May Skiles. THREE DANE PARTIES. The exodus of SuffolK people to Lake Drummond will begin in earnest to? morrow and the Lake of the Dismal Swamp will soon be mere peopled tlfn for years. Mayor C W. Wright will go down with one party, and Mr. O. L. Harton will h,ead another party of eight. Dr. C. J. Riddiek. Rev. J. R. Dunn and Mr. A. S. Kley will go> via Washington Ditch. NEED BETTER PITCHERS. In a slugging match between the Sycamore Toughs and the Sliders this afternoon the Sycamores wnnVbeenuse they slugged harder and oftener. The play was not inspiring. The score: R.H.E. Toughs .3 f. 1 2 1 2 0 1 x?15 16 6 Sliders .11112102 1?10 12 7 Batteries?Keller, Dennis and Nor fleet; Holland, Gay and Reld. Umpire ?Disharoon. PROPERTY TRANSFERS. R. H. Rawles. special commissioner, to James L. Horthn, SO acrea In Chuck atuck district; ?."iT5. The Nansemond Lumber Company to Isaac T. Wilson, several tracts of standing timber: certain unmentioned valuable considerations. A SIMPLE TRIBUTE. Rev. J. IT. Kabler, chaplain of the Tom Smith Camp of Confederate Vet? erans, will offer a prayer Memorial day at the Confederate Monument in Cedar Hill Cemetery. That will be all. The Council and Mayor generally have car SUFFCLK ADVERTISEMENTS L> ITY HALL. THEATER, MAY is "a ) MERRY COMPANY." comic opera, benefit Presbyterian Church; *) artists: 15,_25 and_>6_ cents,_myi::-Ct THE ONLY WAY MOST MEN* WlLT stve money is a l.ttle at a time, sys? tematic savins. The experience or prac? tical men. who know, say tli. a b,)0.| wav to save money is to Invest In LIFE INSURANCE n means laying as!<le a small amount each year and receiving your money back with large proilts at it time when you need It most. For this purpose the best pol ey Is the Life Rate Endowment Issued by the t'nlon Central. Knr full Information call on or wrllo to WOODWARD ?t ICEAM. Suffolk. Va. riagcs, but that part of the program | will probably be left out this year. READY FOR PRESENTATION. The last rehearsal for the Presbyte? rian benellt opera, "A Merry Company" was held to-night. The talent is pre? pared to give an entertainment, the su- | perlor of which Is seldom s^-en In ama? teur shows. The outlook is for a blgl house. The opera is more than worth | the price. PERSONAL MENTION. Miss Carrie Skiles came home to-day i from Ashland, Va., where she had been ! the guest of friends several weeks. Mr. M. W. Norvell, soliciting pas? senger agent of the Norfolk and Ocean \ View railroad, was in Suffolk to-day. He arranged to carry several excursion i parties from Suffolk, one of which will | be the Baptist Sunday school, June 13. Mr. Edward P. Miner arrived to-day I from Alexandria, Va., where ho attend? ed the Virginia Theological Seminary. He will remain here a few days with | friends. Miss Pearl Avery. of Henderson, N. C, Is in Suffolk as the _uest of the Miss's Skiles, in West End. Messrs. John W. and Hen Eley will leave to-morrow for a two days' lish liur trip down tho Nansdmond. Miss Lizzie Deyer, of Southampton county, is visiting Miss Josephine Cau? sey. Mr. Thomas H. Hlrdsong. of Court land, was In Suffolk to-day. Mr. R. G. Reber will to-morrow es? tablish a Virginian-Pilot route In Wha? leyville. The people there should see Mr. Reber nnd get a paper that prints the news. Mrs. Lucy Cornell, who had been vis? iting the family of Mr. B. B. Dumvllle, on Rlvervlew Heights, left to-day for her homo In New York State. Miss Minnie Dumvllle went with her. Captain H. P. Rrnoks lias returned from a visit to Norfolk. Miss Susie Prentls, who had been at the bedside of Mrs. N. Penman, her sister, in Norfolk, some days, came to her home in Suffolk a short time to? day, nnd returned to Norfolk In the aft? ernoon. Samuel L?ngsten was to-day licensed to wed Alice Hernard. They were mar? ried to-day. Miss Elise TTrquhnrt returned from R.olCnrd Va.. to-day, where she had been teaching school. Mr. John 1''. How-tetter, of Kinston. N. C, came to-day for n. visit to his old home in Suffolk. Mr. A. D. Mil teer, of Whaleyville. to? day went to Norfolk, where he bought a. number of horse"*. Misses Louise Twitty. Katie P.oa man and Minnie Rrothers to-day re? turned from a visit to friends in Lower Parish. Miss Mnry Lnwronce. of Everetts' Is visiting friends at Suffolk College. Constipation, Indigestion, Biliousness, c. . a,_i?c? v Getthcgtnuinelfyoi Sick Headache, > want f01? cured. In ?sen, women or ) g) cento & 25 cents, children, curod by ( at drug stores. LEXINUTOar. NEWS OP INTEREST FROM THE) ATHENS OF VIRGINIA. Lexington, Va., May 17.?Mrs. Mat tie Sloan Hayslett, wife of Dr. A. J. Hayslett, of Denmark, Rockbridgo county, was burled yesterday from Now Monmouth Presbyterian Church near Lexington. The pastor of the church, Rev. D. A. Penlck, officiated. Mrs. Hayslett was a daughter of the lato Mr. Alexander Sloan, formerly a prom? inent merchant of Lexington. Her age was uboutl tiO years. She had been an invalid for some years. Dr. Hayslett was In Lexington Monday on his re? turn home and found his wife sitting in her chair dead. She was a woman of many attractive qualities. Two sis? ters survivo her, Mrs. Slaughter, of Palmyra, and Mrs. Goodloc, of Goshen. PRESIDENT WILSON A DELEGATE Hon. William L. Wilson, president of Washington and Leo University, has been elected by the Regents of the Smltsonlan Institution of Washington to represent that institution at the cen? tenary celebration of the Koyal Insti? tute of Great Britain, which will bo ob? served in London, beginning June Btb> next. Mr. Wilson is one of three dele? gates who will represent the United States on that occasion. RAN. TUCKER'S WORK. Tho work of Hon. ,T. Randolph Tuck? er on the Constitution of tho United States, which was written just before the distinguished journalist's death, has Just been issued from tho press In two j volumes. The work was edited by Mr. Tucker's son. Professor H. St. Geo. Tucker, of Washington and Let? Uni? versity. The work Is now used In tho law elass.s at the university, and Is favorably received by the students. PASS FOR COUNTY WATERS. General Scott Shlpp, superintendent of tlie Virginia Military Institute and an enthusiastic dlsclplo of Isaac Wal? ton, has received from the United States Fish Commissioner the gratify? ing news to nil lovers of piscatorial sport, that he will furnish to General Shlpp young bass to be put In North and .lames rivers of Rockbridge coun? ty. By next season the bass fishing will be nine freely engaged In than was tho .case this season because of the scarcity of that lish. PI IRTRA1T PRESENTED. Mr. Joseph Luke Stride.!*, of Wash? ington, D. C has presented to Wash? ington and Leo University nn oil por? trait of his brother, tho Into Rev. Dr. John Philip Stridcr, :i distinguished graduate of the University, nnd at ona nine professor of Moral Philosophy nnd Helles Lettrcs at Washington and Lee. ALUMNI DAY. Wednesday, June -1st. will bo ob? served at the Virginia. Military Instl | tuto as Alumni Day. The Alumni As? sociation was organised live years ago for the purpose of bringing about stat? ed fraternal gatherings and to afford pleasant return trips to tho V. M. I. during commencement. The Alumni will bo provided with quart.G/s In Cadet Barracks and will lake th^lr meais at ; the mess hall. Has Begun the Improvement of Another Large Section of Its Property FOR HIGH GRADE BUILDING LOTS. Will be First-Class in Every Way, and of ^ the Most Modern Design and Execution. ASPHALT ROADWAYS, ARTIFICIAL STONE FOOT PAVEMENT, COMBINED CURB AND GUTTER. THE AREA NOW BEING IMPROVED IS AN EXTENSION OP THE GHENT STREETS NORTH OF OLNEY ROAD TO AND INCLUDING RED GATE AVENUE AND WEST OF COLONIAL AVENUE TO COLLEY AVE NUE. INCLUDING THE STnCKLEY GARDENS. The Sewer System tion. FINISHED, IS NOW IN OPERA The Water Hams The Gas mains Olney Road artificial stone foot pave Boissevain Avenue ARE LAID AND CONNECTED WITH THE LOTS. ARE NOW BEING PUT IN PLACE. WILL BE PAVED WITH VITRIFIED BRICK WITH GRANITE CURB AND PAVE MENT. FROM 6TOCKIJ3Y GARDENS TO COLLEY AVENUE. WILL BE PAVED WITH SHEET ASPHALT ROADWAY, ARTIFICIAL STONE CURB AND GUTTER AND ARTIFICIAL STONE FOOT PAVEMENT. Raleigh Avenue TO COLLEY AVENUE. Uedgate Avenue Manteo Street WILL BE IMPROVED IN THE SAME MANNER FROM COLONIAL AVENUE FROM COLONIAL AVENUE TO COL? LEY AVENUE. IN THE SAME WAY. FROM OLNEY ROAD TO REDGATE AVENUE. WILL BE TAVED LIKE? WISE WITH SHEET ASPHALT ANDART1FICIAL STONE. NO CITY IMPROVEMENTS CAN BE BETTER MADE THAN THESE. THE STREETS ARE BEING GrXdED AND PREPARED FOR THE PAVING. THE CONTRACT FOR THE WORK HAS BEEN FORMALLY EXECUTED WITH THE "WARREN-SCHARE ASPHALT PAVING COM? PANY, OF NEW YORK, AND THE WORK WILL RE COMMENCED A3 SOON AS THE WEATHER WILL SAFELY PERMIT. THE STOCKLEY GARDENS. WHICH ARE SHOWN ON THE MAPS OF THE NORFOLK COMPANY. ARE BEING IMPROVED TO AGREE WITH THE ORIGINAL PLANS. THESE THREE GARDENS. EXTENDING NORTH FROM OLNEY ROAD FOR NEARLY ONE THOUSAND FEET. WILL BE PLANTED WITH ORNAMENTAL AND SHADE TREES AND WITH FLOWERING SHRUBS. IN ACCORDANCE WITH CAREFULLY PREPARED DESIGNS, AND UNDER THE DIRECTION OF THE WELL KNOWN GARDINER. MR. JOHN MAUGHAN. ALL THESE IMPROVEMENTS WILL RE PUSHED AS FAST AS THE WEATHER WILL PERMIT. AND IT IS EXPECTED THAT THEY WILL BE COMPLETED BY OCTOBER 1st OF THIS YEAR MANY LOTS HAVE ALREADY BEN SOLD, AND THOSE WHO WISH TO INVEST IN VALUABLE PROPERTY, OR DESIRE TO SECURE FOR A HOME A SITE WHICH WILL MEET EVERY MUNICIPAL REQUIRE? MENT, ARE URGED TO CONSIDER THIS SECTION AND ITS ADVAN? TAGES. THE SIXTH WARD IS THE GROWING WARD OF THE CITY, AND THE NORFOLK COMPANY'S PROPERTY IS IN THE MOST VALUABLE PART OF IT. TWO LINES OF ELECTRIC STREET CARS CARRY PASSENGERS TO MARKET SQUARE WITHIN TWELVE MINUTES. For information as to prces and terms apply to J. P. ANDRE MOTTU, JOHN GRAHAM, Jr., General Sales Agent, Norfolk, Va. Engineer and Sup't, Norfolk, Va.