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THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES TWO THREE AND FIVE.
WEATHER REPORT. Washington, May 23.?Weather fore? cast for Wednesday: Virginia?Generally fair Wednesday and Thursday, except possibly local (jhowers; fresh east to northeast winds. North Carolina?Showers Wednes? day; fair Thursday; fresh northeasterly winds. NorloIU nnd VlrltiKv .WBATHER FORECAST FOR TO? DAY. Fair and warmer; fresh northeast ?winds diminishing and occomlng west. TEMPERATURE. RAINFALL AND HUMIDITY. May 23, 1899. Maximum temperature . ?10 Minimum temperature . Wi Normal temperature . 68 Departure fro normal.minus 12 Departure since Jan. 1st.minus $2 Rainfall in past 21 hours.19 Rainfall since 1st of month.1.C3 Mean humidity . SS CALENDAR. Sun rises, 4:19 a. m.; sets, 7:13 p. m. TIDES. Norfolk?High water, S:no a. m. and 8:30 p. m.; low water,*2:09 a. in. and 2:03 p. m. Old Point?High water. 7:39 a. m. and 8:09 p. m.; low water, 1:18 a. m. and 1:43 p. rn. DIKtt. WRIGHT.?At the residence. No. 101 Wood street, Tuesday May 2:sd. IS91I at I o'clock a. m., MARY A., widow ot'Wm. Wright. Jr.. In the ESth year of age. The funeral will take plnce from above residence. THIS (Wednesday) AFTER MOON at 4:30 o'clock. Friends or the family aro Invited to attend. Monuments and Gravestone;. The setex-tlon of a suitable memorial In mnrble or gran t(o can hs readily made from cor slock, for Wo carry tho largest assortment of finish? ed designs In tho South. ?the couper marble works (KMnbllsliril SO Tenrn.) cn!>~ i n i lion . Nl. WurtolK. Vn. A TU M.I: KMX AUDHOiVIUn THEATRE. 8. E Cor. Nebraska noil t'r.Ion Sis. JAB. M. BARTON_Prop, and .Manager. wiley Hamilton Amus'm'i Director Oper, every night In Ihn year except Sunday. Smoking Concerts, presenting a respectable, up-to-date Vaudeville enter? tainment. Matinees. Tues.. Thtirs. nnd Sats nt 2 p. m. Evening performances continuous from S till 12 Adm'eslon. 10. IG and Ji Joss-ly SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES. Belmont Seminary, Bedford Citij. Va. win h?- opened for summer board? rs on JUNE I. Lure and shady grounds. Terms $5 nnd per week. For further inform.iiinu address i\v. reap. Principal my24-eod2w* SOUTHERN SHORTHAND ?AND? BUSINESS UNIVERSITY, ?also purchasers of the? COLUMBIA BUSINESS COLLEGE, Cor. Granby Street and City Hal! Avanue, NORFOLK, VA. A course at this Great Rllslness Train? ing School will prepare you for Indent nd ence and prosperity. Day and Night Ses? sions. Inslruetlon largely individual. Kil? ter now. Catalogue for tho asking. J. M RESSLER, President. Phone 456. COLUMBIA BUSINESS COLLEGE 165 MAIN STREET._ Shorthand, Typewriting and Bookkeeping. All studies guaranteed or no pay. Our system Is perfect. We make no failures. Dodson Bullding, t doors below postofflcc. I~> It. CON. Principal. my!6-6m FRESH Dalraation Insect Powder, Death Dust, Sticky Fly Paper, Poisoned Fly Paper. ?FOR SALE BY? Trotter's Drug Store? 388 Maln_Str_eel,JCor_ner_Church. TEETHI ?> Full Set. $3.00 to SKV00. <i| I! Oold Fillings, $1.00 and up. I? Sliver and Amalgam Fillings, 50c , <4 I( and uo, )1 ff Oold Crowns, $5.00 to $10.00. <,?, U Vitalised Air for Painless Extrac- j f/tlon of Teeth. Physicians endorse it. '4 ALBANY DENTAL PARLORS, DR. W. W. FREEMAN, 374 Main Street. A GOOD PIANO at a Just price, and equally the best In construction, are the ST IEFF PIANOS. Their tone perfection reward your outlay for a life time. They are sold now. and always have been al a fair price. OLD INSTRUMENTS IN EXCHANGE. TUNING. REPAIRING. ?te?ncifii*c1 Ory;ans, SECOND HAND PIANOS. Both phones 1109. LIBERAL TERMS. Catalogue for the asking. CHA8. IVI. STIEFF Moutleello ItullUlng. Qranby M, JOHN J. FOSTER, Manager. THE CONVOCATION First Day's Session at Eastern Shore Chapel. Opening Sermon t?y Rev. It. Itrynn, or St. JoIiu'k, iinniptou ?Tiio Pro? ccciIIukh In Delnll ?A HiiBlcal Trent? The Norfolk Episcopal convocation of Norfolk convened in its sjprlng meeting at Eastern Shore Chapel, near Oceanu, Princess Anne coumy, Va., at 11 o'clock yesterday morning. The convocation was opened witli di? vine services, conducted by Rev. XV. T. lloberts, of Williamsburg; Rev. C. 10. Woodson, of St. Peter's Church, Bramblelon; Rev. XV. B. bee, of Glou? cester, and Rev. W. R. Savage, rector of Eastern Shore Chapel. The opening sermon was preached by Rev. C. It. Bryan, of St. John's Church, Hampton. He seh i ted as the founda? tion of his discourse Romans 8-11, as follows: "For as many as are led by Hie Spirit of G al. they are the sons of God." The able divine disci: sod first man s material nature. He said man was in a material world and had a material body, ami being surrounded by mate? rial things lie was In danger of losing sight of tho more Important element in him?his spiritual nature. He laid | strong emphasis upon the work of the Spirit and defined .: as "Hod for us, God with us, ami God in us." Second, lie showed how Hod had al? ways been lor man in all ages of the world, and next showed how God had been with man through the Incarna? tion of Christ. Ii.- also pointed out wherein consisted the great advantage of the mediatorial reign or Christ over the Mosaic dispen? sation in that Christ had borne our sins in ills own body; had been sacrificed on the cross; had risen from the dead for our redemption and after His ascension had sent the Com? fort, r, the Holy Spirit into the world to seal the work of redemption. Lastly, he explained how God is In man reconciling him to Himself through tin- work and operation of the Holy Spirit, the third person In the adorable trinity and leading him out ef moral darkness into the marvelous light and liberty ot" His Son. The sermon was well conceived, re? plete with wholesome thought .and was listened to with the most earnest at? tention. At the close of the discourse the holy communion was administered by Revs, Sa vage a ml Brj an. Tin- convocation at 10 o'clock adjourn? ed lor luncheon, and the members ami visitors embarked on tin? Virginia Beach tram at Oceanu for Virginia Beach, where they were most hospita? bly entcrtnlhed by Rev. Dr. H. l>. Tucker and his accomplished wife at their Cottage near the Princess Anne Hotel. The dinner served was a most sumptuous one, ami was greatly en? joyed by the guests. A FT BRNOO N S ESS ION. The convocation was called to order in Die spacious dining room of the cot? tage by the Dean, Rev. Dr. Tucker, of St. Paul's, this city, who also opened the session with prayer. Rev. II, s. Lancaster, of St. Thomas' Church, Berkley, read the Journal ot the F?ll Sessiiin of lX'S, held at East Ville. The standing Committ,,. from the last convocation made oral reports, showing Hie various departments of work, to be in a prosperous condition. OFFICERS ELECTED. The COnVOCntl?n proceeded tO elect of il. . rs with the following result: Dean, Rev. Dr. B. D. Tucker; Treasurer. Rev.' 0. K. Woodson; Secretary, Rev. H. S. Lancaster. The chair announced the following committees: On Finance?Rev. J. B. Funsten, of Trinity. Portsmouth; Rev. c. B, Bryan, of St. John's, Hamilton. On Pa i ochlal M:?i;s--Rey. J._K_ Ribble. Aewport Nous; ReV. J. I'.. Dean. Suffolk: Rev. J. K. Burks, Ac ComaC Courthouse. Verbal reports on their work were heard from the rectors of the various parishes. During the hearing of the reports a motion to adjourn to 10 o'clock Wednes lay morning, w hen the hearing of these reports will be resum? ed in their regular order was adopted.1 The benediction was pronounced by Dr. Tucker. TO-DAY'S PROGRAM. 10 a. m.?Quiet hour for clergy. 11 a. m.?Morning prayer. Convoca | lion sermon by the Rev. W. W. Walk Business meeting after service. [ i Parish re ports.) ?t p. m.?Paper by the Rev. c. K. I Grammer, s. T. D., "The Crisis in the I Church of England." 7:30 p. m.- Evening prayer and ad? dresses on missions. Diocesan, Rev. J. B. Funsten; foreign, Rev. Cory Gam? ble. A MUSICAL TREAT. After the close of the afternoon ses? sion the members of the c invocation, accompanied by a number of ladies, went down to the Princess Anne Hotel, where they engaged a delightful musi? cal treat by Miss A. V. A. Cunningham, Consisting cf OJTIOJRA SOAP, to cleanse Ric skis, CUTICl'RA Ointment, lo beat (be skia. and CUT1CURA RESOLVENT, to cool the blood, Is oflcti sufficient to cure tbe most torturing:, dis fignrias skin, scalp, and blood hmm, rashes. Itchlngs, and irritations, with loss of hair, wbca (be best physicians, and all other remedies fall. Sold eTtrjwhere. TrW, Tnr StT. ll.Ui cr CiTlcrKA Boir,-* : OiNTwr.ST, A>>c.i Rooms r (h?lf tint, 405. FoTim Dtio A>oCn?ii. Cor.r., Sola l'rnp?., Sotten, mf "Uow to Cure Uu&kuVM-p??? bcoi,fr*i. a member Of St. John's Church choir of Hampton. She has a rich, clear and flexible; contralto voice. Her splendid singing was roundly applauded. KV EN I NO SERVICE. Evening prayer was said bv Rev. J. T. Wales and J. F. Ribble, and tlu- ser? mon preached by Rev. \\". T. Roberts fron? Matt. VI. 14. There were about seven11 en clergymen present in addi? tion to a tine congregation. FROM SOUTH AFRICA. MR. A. A. HLOW VISITS HIS OED HOME. Mr. A. A. Blow and wife and sons. Masters George and Alhuana Blow, of Johannesburg, South Africa, are at the Monticello. Mr. Rlow is a mining en gineer, and has been in the South Afri? can Republic for three years In the gold mining business. He is a brother of Lieutenant Hlow. of the United Statt s navy, who was blown up on board the Maine In Havana harbor, narrowly escaping'the fate of the 2<>0 oild members of the crew of that bat tlshlp who lost their lives in that me? morable catastrophe. His father was Judge George Hlow, formerly presiding judge of the Circuit Court. Mr. Blow is well known In Norfolk, having been born and reared in this city. He is a graduate Of the Virginia Military Institute, where he received Ills early education in engineering. Later he went to Colorado .ami was en? gaged in mining engineering in that State, near Denver for some years. He is now engineer of the mines of the Sheba Mining Company, near Jo? hannesburg. The stock of this com? pany is owned by London capitalists, and it owns one of the largest gold mines In the Boer's country, certain? ly among the riebest, if not the rich? est gold mines in the world are found in South Africa, and the development of those mines by English capitalists has been steady for the past 10 years. Mr. Blow has been away from thai country for some time, nnd Is not fa? miliar with the trouble the English are having with President Kruger further than Is given in the press dispatches. From here Mr. Hlow will go out to Colorado. He is combining a business and pleasure trip. TO SEWERlCOURTS. INSPECTION YESTERDAY BY TIIE MAY! >R A NO i 'Til ERS. An Inspection was made yesterday looking to the sewering of those courts ami lanes which come under the pur? view of the ordinance recommended to tho 'Sanitary Commission nnd Council by the Real Estate Exchange at a spe? cial meeting about two weeks ago. AI this meeting were present the members of the Sanitary Commission, who acqulcscd in the action of tip- Ex? change but after considering the mat tor It was decided that a general or? dinance as to sewering the courts would not be desirable, and it would be better to have the Street. Sewer and Drain Commissions make an inspection and report Just what courts were really courts in a legal sense, and entitled to be sewered and supplied with water mains al lhe city's expense. Tiie inspection yesterday was made by Mayor Johnston, city Engineer Brooke and Mr. J. Hofhclmer, presi? dent of the Hoard of Street, Sewer and Drain Commissioners. All the courts 1 of any account were visited ami a rc | port will be made to the Sanitary Com? mission as to those which should be sewered, etc. An irirrixMtn ttnrri <re, Denby Place, Warrick county, Va., was the scene of a pretty and fash? ionable marriage yesterday afternoon. The contracting parties were Mr. Mar? vin Hardy, the popular agent for the Chesapeake ami Ohio railway a; Oceana, Va.. and Miss Eva. Smith, daughter of Mr. L. J. Smith. The wel? ding occurred at the resilience of the bride's father, in the presence of a largo gathering of friends and rela? tives. The < eremony was performed by Rev. Porter Hardy, brother of Hie groom. The inn id of honor was Miss 1 nl i Smith, sister of the bride. The best man was .Mr. Samuel Hardy, brother of th<> groom. The flower girls were the Misses Aila ami Fannie Smith, niece and sister of the bride. Among the guests were Miss Annie Plummer, of Petersburg, .Mr. J. Edward Cole and Mr. George H. Sykes, of Norfolk. A Hlrnmuillt Itriile. The following special was received last night from Richmond: At St. Peter's Cathedral this. Tues? day, morning, Mr. M. Ryan, of Norfolk. Va.. and Mrs. S. Conaty, of this city, were united in the holy bonds of mat? rimony by the Right Rev. Bishop Van do Vyvrr. Mr. Ryan is a prominent and prosperous business man of the city by the sea. Mrs. Conaty is n very hand? some brunette, tin- accomplished daugh? ter of .Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Carroll, of this city. Mr. Ryan was accompanied by his best man, Mr. W. II. Morrisett, of Nor? folk. Va., and the bride was attended bv her sister, Mrs. R. Jacobs, of this city. An F.venliitr Unrrliise. Yesterday evening at 5.65 Chapel street, Mr. Bennett Lnvln, of Durham. N. C, ami Miss Ida T. Summers were married, the ceremony being performed by a Jewish rabbi. Roth parties are Russian Hebrews. A large crowd was present to join In the festivities. Mr. Levin will lake his bride to Durham, where lift is engaged in business. A Nnilanl Kvenlng. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Valentine gave a very d lightful niusicnle lust evening :.. a little party of their neighbors at their home, ut 0"> Walke street. Profs S. M. Newman and F. X- Morgan played a number of piano and violin duetts very acceptably, and a number of In? strumental ami vocal selections wore rendered by guests. Light refresh? ments were served nnd a thoroughly enjoyable evening spent. This is Hp' second neighborhood entertainment of , Berieft sinned for the spring and ,-ariy summer. PoHlllt Ilcrepltoii by ??Y'?." The Frances Barnes' Y's will give a "pound,reception" at the Girls' Home, No 210 Brewer street, next Friday evening. The measuring parly will be the feature of the evening. MEMORIAL DAY Will Be Fittingly Celebrated in Norfolk. flilcf Miir?hnF? Orilcr For Formation or rnrndo-Procrmn ot Exercises? Orntlon t>y R?'v. Win. Aa sinj mnkcr, of Berkley, j .Memorial Day will be fittingly cele? brated la Norfolk to-morrow (Thurs? day) under the nuspices of Piekett Buchanan Camp of Confederate Veter? ans. There will be the usual parade, and as lias bejn stated in these col? umns, the exercises will be held on Monument Square, where Rev. Wil? liam A. Slaymaker, of Berkley, will do liver the oration. The Chief Marshal has issued the following order for the formation of the j parade: The various organization composing the Memorial parade will rendezvous j as follows: Platoon of police will form on south side of Main street, with left resting on Commerce street. St. Mary s Ca? dets, south side of Main sir, et, right resting on Commerce. Lee Light in? fantry. Main street, on left of cadets. Hand. Norfolk Light Artillery Blues, on their left; Naval Reserve, on their lrft: Spanish war veterans. Companies A, B and B. formerly of Fourth Vir? ginia Infantry, on their left; Stonewall and Nlomeyenj Shaw Camp. C. v.. on Main streot, right on W'oodslde lane; Fire Department, on Talbott street, right on Main. The column will move promptly at 4:-15 o'clock p. m.. and will proceed to Monument Square, where the exercises will commence at ? o'clock. By order of W. B. BROWNE. Chief Marshall. T. B. JACKSON. Chief of Staff. TUB MEMORIAL EXERCISES. As arranged by Plckctt-Buchanan Camp, Confederate Veterans. These will be held on Monument Square ami the Rev. Dr. Wm. A. Slaymaker. of Nlemeyer-Shaw Camp, C. v.. of Berke? ley, Va., will be the orator. The special order ns issued by Com? mander Fred. Greenwood. Arrangements have been completed, and the following special order lias been issued by the Commander of Picket t Buchanan Camp, Confederate Veterans, for the observance of Confederate Me? morial exercises to-morrow: Norfolk, Va., May 24th, 1S99. Special Order No. i: The following order for the observ? ance of Confederate Memorial Day, on the 26th instant, are hereby Issued: The parade will consist of one grand division, under the command of First Lieutenant Commander W. B. Browne, Pickett-Bucharian Camp, c. v., and will consist of Platoon of Police, St. Mary s Cadets. Lee Light Infantry Rand, Norfolk Light Artillery Blues. Captain M. C. Keeling: The Battalion of Naval Reserves, Commander R. S. Weaver; Spanish war veterans n,? follows: Companies A. B and E, formerly of Fourth Virginia Infantry, Stonewall Camp, Confederate Veterans, of Portsmouth, Commander C. VV, Walker; Niemcyer-Shaw camp. Confederate Veterans, of Berkley. Va.. Commander John A. Morgan; Sons of Confederate Veterans. Pickett-Buchannn Camp, Confederate Veterans. Commander Fred. Greenwood; Carriages for Orator and invited guests, Norfolk Fire Department, uniformed, Chief Martin J. Ryan. The exercises will lie presided over by the commander of Plckctt-Buchanan ('amp. C. V., and will consist of the fol? lowing: Prayer, by Comrade Rev. W. S. Lacy, Plckett-Ruchanan Camp, c. v. Oration, hy Comrade Rev. Dr. Wm. A. Slaymaker. chaplain, of Nlomeyer Shaw Camp, C. v., of Berkley, Va. / Benediction, by Comrade Rev, Dr. B. D. Tucker, chaplain, Plckctt-Buchanan Ca nip, C. V. The parade will then be reformed and move up Main street to Gran by, tv Freemason, to Cumberland, to ceme? teries for conclusion of ceremonies. On the return from the cemeteries down Cumberland to Freemason, to Rank, to Monument square and be dismissed. The commander confidently expects every member of Pickett-Buchanan camp, unifot med or ununlformed, to bo present In ranks, to pay this most Ut? ting testimonial to their departed com? rades. FRED GREENWOl >D, Commander. T. V. JACKSON, Adjutant. HARRY JONES ARRESTED CHARGED W I T II STEALING MONEY FROM ROOM-MATE. Harry Jones, a white mnn who has been arrested for crookedness several times by the Norfolk police, is again In trouble. Early yesterday morning, after Detectives Childless and West had been out nearly all night on the Church Lewis murder case, two Potts mouth officers came over nnd reported it theft of 185 from an old man in a Portsmouth boarding-house. Harry Jones was named as tho thief, and De? tectives Chlldress and West started ? .tit and found Jona a In a house on B r mudn street. He was arrested by them and turned over to the Portsmouth police. Tin inoin y was not recovered, as the thi ft occurred several hours pr< vlous io the arrest. Jones, It is said, was Bleeping in the same room with the man from whom the money was stolen. Knallte?*! T?rllT \???ocl?i Ion. The Southeastern Tariff Association meets at Old Point to-morrow. This is the regular meeting of the associa? tion. Virginia Bakery, 272 Main street. Midweek extra special stile?1 pound box best fancy cukes, Wednesday only, 25 cen'.s. It CONFEDERATE VETERANS. PICKETT-BUCHANAN i "AMD HOLD AN IMPORTANT MRETINO. The regular monthly ? ting of Pick ett-Buchanan Camp. C >nf <lerato Vete? rans, was held In its hall last evening at S o'clock. The can was called to order and prayer oft< I . by the com mander. The paymaster's r- , for May was j read and referred to th Auditing'Com-. mit toe. IN MEMORY OF COMRADES. The following reports were read and. on motion, adopted by a rising vote: "Headquarters ) Plckett-Buclionan i up, C. V.. ) Norfolk, Va., M y 23, 1899.) "Commander and Contra "Your committee appi nted to draft resolutions of respect to the memory of Comrade James F. M llignn, report as follows: ? The death of MaJ r James F. Mlllt- ' gnn, which occurred on ihe 21st day of March, 1*'.'!?. has oc< med profound sorrow In this cam:' i- ? services a signal olllccr on the of General linger, commanding tin Department of Norfolk, from 1S61 to l$6i.\ and after- ! wards in the Depart m- of the Appo Ittattox, and during tin siege Of Pe? tersburg to the end ol ihe war, in 1865, was marked by unusuul zeal, gallantry and skill. "In all the trials nnd Issitudes of his life, he cherished with pride and affection the momorli ? ol his service both as a Mexican \ !ti ran and n Con federate soldier. Warn ? d-hearted and generous in all his impulses, he was attached to every comrade by th strongest ties of sympathy and friend ship. This camp, desiring to testify Its regret at bis death, therefore "Resolves. First. Thai In the death of our comrade, James F. Mllllgan, wc deplore the loss of a fellow soldier and citizen to whom we were bound by .the memories of the past and the associa? tions of our common brotherhood. "Second. That the faithful service as a Confederate soldier has secured bun honor, nnd that his memory be pie served on this page of nur records. "Third. Thai these resolutions be in? scribed upon our minutes and that tlu adjutant forward a copy In rcof to his family, with the assurance Of our heartfelt sympathy in their deep affec? tion." MAJOR CHARLES P1CKETT. Minutes of Plckett-Buchanan Camp. C. V.. adopted May 23d, 1899: "Each year as we prepare as vete? rans of ihe armies of the Confederate States to honor and reverence tho memory of our departed comrades, the roster of the living grows shorter and the roll call of those who answer from tho further Bhore grows longer. "The years, as they come and go. will add to the number id' I hose whose deeds are commemorated In tho Inscription on piir new made monument, 'Our Con? federate 1 ? ad.' " "And so to-night Plckett-Buchannn Camp pauses lo speak In topes ot love and sorrow the name ot a gallant comrade, who was with US when we met last year, but w ho, t '-day, i? numbered among those whose memories w e salute. "Upon the grave of Major Charted Picket I we would lay the tribute of our respect ami love. Brave and chivalric as a soldier, true ami gentle as a man. loving and faithful as a comrade, his call from the n nks of our camp has left ii gap which may not be idled. "He was among those who almost unconsciously helped to make history. Entering the service of the Confed? erate States us n private April 19th, 1861, he served with fidelity nnd mark? ed distinction until, as major find ad? jutant general on the staff ? f bis lllus I trious brother, he was puro] ?! at Ap poinnttox, Wllliumabiirg, Seven Pines, Galnea' Mill, Frnzler's Parin, when- he was desperately wounded; Gettysburg, where he charged with th I immortal division which will send Ihe name down through the annals of Rlory. Bermuda Hundreds. New Berti, Five Porks, Sail? or's Creek, Appomnttox- th se are some of the battles In which he bore his part wl h intrepid devotion p> his country lind her cause. As a sold - r he heeds no other monument than the names of these heroic conflicts which are in? scribed upon his record and upon the proudest battle flags of the Confed? eracy. Rut the members of this camp remember not only the fidelity of Major Pickett In war, but also hin constancy and devotion to the organization of which he was one of the most efficient and zealous members. Mo iesl and gen? tle as h? was brave, he only thought how besl to aid and serve his com? rades. In his care for the needy, bi-> reverence for th** dead, lie wnfl <ho type of w hat the Confederate v< teran should be. it is therefore in loving r cognition When you use O. O. Taj Whiskeys you use tho highest typo Of medicinal wh skcya in exist* :.. A stimulant for us In the ilck room such as the G. <?. Taylor In ill I. which is sold by mdre family driujrglsta and rjxc s >rlbcd by physicians in f? than any other branl of whlskej - i ! In e mpetl tlon with it. 's safe to stai I by. An oi l distiller caught adulterating his rum fmiii the pump, by v. ij at and apol? ogy said: "Water novel hurl anybody." Ills statement was not wholly Iruo, for much dlseaso, suffering and ? ring m in s< has tuen traced t i thi of impure water, Physlc'ana prescribe "O. 0. T." for lung and throat troubh ? I flesh pro? ducer, with eggs and mils lifter ?". linger? ing sicknesses*. Licensed I ulers ovory where w ill seit you ?:. <> Tayl >i Whiskey, if vou insist on having It. It Is not sold In bulk, 1. for our firm name signature ever tin rk and on th< label. CHESTER H. GRAVES & SONS. For sale at White Pr Norfolk, Va.. Brown's Hotel, Portsmouth. Va. WATT, RETTE W" & CLAY. Magazine Readers Read This. The various weekly and monthly periodicals contain advertisements ot" all sorts of wares. Regarding the purchase of these advertised wares we would suggest that before you send to the advertisers for them conic to I Kilt's. Bv buying these wares of us you not only save the time, trouble and expense of writing and the payment of postage or express charges on your purchase, but in most cases we sell ffie same articles at lower prices than you can buy them for direct from the manufac? turer. The following articles are advertised in the current issue of " The Ladies' Home Jour? nal " and on sale here at the very smallest possible prices at which they can be obtained anywhere: " Onyx " Dye Hosiery. " S. II. & M " Skin Binding. "Ohio " Dress Shields. Mennen's Talcum Powder. Thompson's Glove Fitting Corsets. Braided Wire Bustles and Bust Forms. Ben. l ew's LaBlache Face Powder. " Velvet Grip" Hose Supporters. Volverk's Collar Stiffening. Slew.m's Implex Safety Pins. Roger & Gallct's '! Pondra deRiz" and " Marie Antoinette " Face Fow 1 dei s. The Ferris W aists. Feather Bone. Warner's Corsets. Canfield Dress Shields. Rtibifoam. Pear's Soup. Prophylactic Tooth Brushes. Star Alpaca Braid. " Raven Gloss" Shoe Polish. Nazareth Waists. Electro Silicon. Waft, Rettew & Clay nr all that ho was and of all that ha did a.s a comrade that wo resooive that ilus minute hi- spread upon the records of Plckctt-Buchanan Camp, Once more WC lender to the family of this brave Virginian and true-hearted gentleman the assurances of our sympathy in their affliction. We pray the God of all com? fort that lie may grant them the solace of His holy spirit, and the peace which comes with the hope that Is their's that it is well with their noble dead. This minute of respect, to the mem? ory of Mn'jor Charles PIckett. Is re spectfully submitted by the committee, with the following; resolution: "Resolved, That this mlnuto be adopted by a rising vote; thnt it bo spread upon the record*; that a copy he Sent l.? the fnmlly n^f Hnpirl..^ comrade, and that it be published to the papers of the city. (Signed)? "BEVERLY D. TUCKER, "\V A SHI NGTON TAYLOR. "Committee." As before stated, tho resoTnfinns in respect to the memories of Comrades Major Milllgan and Major Plckett were adopted by a unanimous rlsinc vote. MISCALLANEOUS. The various BUb-commltees for Me? morial l>ay reported progress, with the assurance thai everything will be in orth r by Thursday, the 25th instant The committee from the camp to tho United Confederate Veterans reunion._ fl Charleston! made th? ir report. A unanimous rising vote <jf thanks was tendered Mr. Volk, of Broad street, lharleston, for Iiis generous Invitation and entertainment of the camp at his residence on the evening of the 12th instnnt, and to Mr. Xeugebaur, of the Atlantic Coast Line, who attended the camp to Charleston and return, for his uniform kindness and marked attention to the care and comfort of the com? rades on the trip. Mr. August Pfeil, r.f Company E, Sixth i.ouis ana Infantry, A. X. v., was elected to membership, and after the transaction of other business, not of a public character, the camp adjourned. OTHER LOCAL ON PAGE 5 RAMBLER BICYCLES, $40. CLEVELAND BICYCLES, Sil! TO $75. CRESCENT CHAIN LESS, The best cluinless on the market, S60.00. We invite y ??' lo look over our stock before pur? chasing. It will pay you. 217 and over 2S9 Main Street.