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THE NEWS OF NORFOLK Ofr PAGES TWO, THREE AND FIVE.
LOST.
LOST OR STOLEN?A CRESCENT
Bicycle, No. 3B09L ?10.00 reward If
relumed to pollco station. my28-lw
_WANTED._
ANTED. ? SOBErTaND indus
trious white nun? to run errands
ond do porter's work. Apply at THE
HUB._It
WANTED. ? A YOUNG MARRIED
man desires position as clerk In
wome wholt-salo or retail mercantile es?
tablishment; have considerable experience.
Address J. W., caro Virginian-Pilot.
jc2-3f_
WANTED. ? POSITION BY EXPE
?lenccd young man of moral habits
os night or day watchman or any other
thonest employment. Address '/,. 1* D.,
Virginian-Pilot._Jc".-3t?
ANTED POSITION. - AN EXPE
rlcnced s!rii writer, wlmlow dresser
.end Rents' furnishing salesman desires
situation In some department store; good
references. Address P. E. C, this ofllec.
Je2-3t?_
ANTED ? PARTNER WITH V>.000
for a ir.anv factoring and store busi?
ness; a monopoly; large prolits; capital
under full control of Investor and Interest
pa'id on investment. "172," Virginian
Pilot. JeS-t
HELP WANTED?MALE.
(?Ann ACTIVE AGENTS QUICK,
?DvJJJU to sell "Eire and Heroic
Deeds of Admiral Dewey;" Wo pages;
magnificently illuslruted; millions wan'
it; workers earn from J3.00 to i?.OO daily.
Outllt and in.strucf.ona free, for cost of
mailing?12 ets. Address, Gl^OliE BIBLE
PUB. CO., 723 Chestnut street, Phlla., Pa.
jel-3t
T\,r ONEY TCTrATENT GOOT> IDEAS
JLVJL may he secured bv our aid. THE
PATENT RECORD, Baltimore, Md.
my31-lm* _
BOARDERS.
BOARD. ? ONE OR TWO YOUNG
men can secure board In private fam?
ily, centrally located. Address R. W. \V.,
care Virginian-Pilot. Jel-31*
LEASANT ROOM AND BOARDFOR
one gentleman. MRS. ROSALIE
SKLDIiN, 192 Duke street, corner Free?
mason. ap27-lf
HE HOME.?EVERYTHING NEW
and clean, table board 53.00; board
and room tt.00 per week. 421 and 423
Church street.
LEASANT FURNISHED ROOMSl
with or without board, at '.41 Church
street, opposite St. Paul's Church.
inhlS-tf
_FOR SALE. _
FOR SALE.?A GOOD CIGAR STORE
on Main street. Apply to Mr. JOll..
MINUTOLO, cure Purpura Fruit Co., SIS
Main street, Norfolk. It
ItT?R S?LE. ? BEAUTIFUL BAY
} mure, & years old, H*i hands. ?i
thoroughbred, kind and stylish, excellent
lady's horse. Address "BAY," Vlrglnian
Piiot. Jel-3t*
F~~'OR SALE~CREAP. ? PIANO; ?
beautiful Pri neh walnut ease Up?
right Piano; used but a few months, win
be sjld for only $171"? cash, nt FAC?
TORY PIANO I'AULOHS, corner Granby
ond Charlotte streets. my31-3t*
Xjl OR SALE. ? A~ LIMITED QI XN
? tlly of Check Books nn the Norfolk
Nnlloual Rank, If. cents. SAM W. BOW?
MAN, 249 Main sit eel. mylU-lm
FOR RENT.
"VriCE LARGI3 AIRY ROOMS FOR
Jl\ Rent.?Nicely furnished, all modern
conveniences; with or without board. A|>
p'.y in Queen Btrcct. jc-2-lm
r|7?" clt ftENT. -? FURNISHED HOUSE
J- on Colonial avenue for July August
hnd September. Address "colonial."
this office. mySl-lf
SPECIAL NOTICES.
Ma 1 i AM S n e L L neav M Xn\ the
Renowned Clairvoyant und Businesi
Medium, c;:n be consulted nt her par Ion
on all I fe matters; her tests are wonder?
ful. :n:t CHURCH street, opposite
Freemason. Jc2-lw"
?TncET?"after june 1 st we
will close our store at 7 p. in., S:i.t
lirdnys excepted. El'DOLPlll ft WAL?
LACE, 333 Main street. my3l-3t
BEGINN I NO THURSDAY, JUNE 1ST.
we will close our store tit U p, m.,
Prldriy and Saturday excepted. VIR?
GINIA GROCERY CO._my 31-lw
Arnold Eberhard, Architect.
Citizens' Brink Building
Preliminary sketches. In.?lulling cost,
furnished free, subject lo approval,
my24-lm
CLAIRVOYANCE KNOWLEDGE IS I
power! Madam ZANTILLE, Amer?
ica's greatest and only natural-born
trance medium, can be consulted on all
nffnlrs of life. Tells your entire life In a
dead trance. Fee, 25 and &oe. Hours, 9
a. m., 8:30 p. m. Parlors, 91 Bank street.
my2S-lw
Wanted, your ATTENTION ?
use PERFECTION GASOLINE
STOVE TOPS. SAVES ONE-third
fuel. Keeps food warm and will not
burn. a long-felt need supplied i{ h
LILLINSTON, Agent, 201 Church street. '
my 16-1 rn
WE can get more MONEY for
your goods than any other auction?
eer in town. Consignments respectfully
fiollrftcd. Quick returns guaranteed
Highest city refereneo furnished D
NOTE8 & CO., 95 Commercial Place,
mylti-lm
tVtohfoiTk DYEING. CLEAN I <\: ?
and Repairing Co.?Ladles' Stilts
cleaned; Gents' Suits Dyed, $2.00, Cleaned
and pressed, 7.1c., pants pressed 10c, car?
pets a specialty. 441 Main. New Phone 201.
n making" room for" YOUR
spring furniture don't forget that you
can dispose of your household effects to
good advantage. Fair dealings only
Drop a postal to D. NOTES & CO., nr,
Commercial Place, and have him eail
Splendid opportunity for storing your fur?
niture during summer. mylG-lni
ABIES ifi RdTn? TRffATMK nt
for Irregularities, Leucorrhoea or
''any other Ovarlnn Trcuhles consult nit
JACKSON. 112 W. Mulberry street. Ball
llmore. Md. Private sanitarium; tralnod
ti urses.
1.11)i KS i Chichcster's English Pwi/iyroyal Puls
MHidiobJ Dr?oJ>. nre tho Boot. SSf?,"Rrttkbl*.
T.k- ?? ?...r. :- i J ?e., HutpZ T.t p.rli '
for LMIr- "
tu? ?? Mktr. SvdJ it., ?:??!*, fw |i?rtl.?l?r?, ?? ll,:ir
MONEY TO~ W ant
+?* *? amounts; no delay
easiest terms. LEO JUDSON, Academy
of Mualo building. marl-tf
Q>> P\ (\( i? V TO I'END ON~THE
0^?J>VH/l J Building and Loan
Association plan. W. H. SARGE A NT. Jr
Room 31 l/owenberg Bldg. myl2-lin "
MONEY READY. - NO WAITING
QUICK LOANS ON HOUSHOL?
FURNITURE. WHILE IN USE. Mort?
gages and other securities; liberal ad?
vances on salaries, rents, annuities, es?
tates and permanent Incomes Interviews
ttrlctly private, and all transactions rig?
idly confidential. NORFOLK MORT?
GAGE AND LOAN CO.. W. H. Hof
hHmer. new No. 358 Main street, Morlii
Office Building, suite 6 and C.
NfOCk* kiii! Hoods.
MOTTU. 4? WrrT Si CO., 81 Granby at
Stocks and bonds.
Southern Investments.
Correspondence solicited, j j. , <\
SPECIAL NOTICES.
NOTHING SUCCEEDS LIKE SUC
ccss. W. A. HUNNEY & SONS.
Bute street, always succeed in pleasing
their patrons in groceries. Numsen's
2 "-HflL^1 u i>_v i n eg a r_u Iways on hand._
ALL ROADS LEAD TO ROME, AND
most roads load to J. E. PETKEE'S,
402 Church stroet. Fancy and Staple Gro?
ceries. Numsen's Yacht Club Vinegar
always on_tap.
I^TORTUNE'S ROAD IS PAY'ElTwTTH
economy. Economize In groceries by
purchasing from G. \V. DEAL.. Market
square. Numsen's Y'acht Club Y'lnegar on
hand. _
ON'T ROB PETER TO PAY PAUL,
but savo money by getting your eata?
bles from WOOD, BECKHAM & CO..
Main street, who keeps Numsen's Yacht
Club Y'lnegar._
THE BEST IS CHEAPEST IN THE
end. Y'ou can get best and cheapest
groceries from C. B. WH1TEIIURST.
Park avenue, also Numsen's Yacht Club
Y'lnrg ar._
Tl\ HE PROPER AND lic?N?M ICA L
JL administration of the household is
the prime duty of every housewife. Regln
by ordering your household supplies from
H. S. JARV1S, Highland and Windsor
avenues, who carries Numsen's Yacht
Club Y'lnegar.
IP AT"FlRST^r5?^ON_'T~R?CCEICD".
try Numsen's Yacht .Club Vinegar.
Which can ho found at T. DUFFY'S,
Csl Church street, Fancy and Staplo Gro?
cery.
rp HE OLDEST SCIENCE IS THAT OE
A. pro|MT living, eating and drinking.
Your comfort and longevity will be sun
served by purchasing groceries from J. E.
FHNTRESS, York and Botctourt/ who
handles Numsen's Y'acht Club Vinegar.
Tpi X~P~E~R 1ENCE DEMONSTRATES
Ali that ono is never permanently suc?
cessful through "chance" Take no
"chances," but go direct to WM. HART
& URO., 75 ChaiM.-l.for groceries and Num?
sen's Yacht Club Vinegar._
4 4 f T IS" NEY'ER TOO LATE TO
JL mend." Amend your new year's
resolutions by purchasing your groceries
from CAPI'S & WILLIAMSON, S-0 Itram
bleton avenue. They sell Numsen's Y'acht
Club Vinegar.
TT? CONOMY' THE TWIN SISTER OE
III wealth, awaits you at J. 11. SllllJIA
DINE, Atlantic City, where you may ob?
tain most solid value for your money.
Numsen's Yacht Club Y'lnegar a specialty.
ALITTLE VINEGAR NOW AND THEN
Is relished by the best of men.
Numsen's Y'acht Club Vinegar can
bo found at R. Y'. HITCHINGS, Atlantic
City, fancy and staple grocery._
STOP PAYING"FANCY'PRICES FOR
goods. Look at tho prices and qual?
ity of groceries kept by HOBT. ETHBR?
IDGE, 796 Church. Listen to good advice.
Ask for Numsen's Y'acht Club Y'lnegar.
rp HE LA W OF SUPPLY AND DE
JL mand is fully understood bv JAM ICS
BROS.. Atlantic City, who serve ihelr
patrons with tho best groceries (Including
Numsen's Yacht Club Vinegar) at lowest
pr Ices_
iT7iS~AKK TIME BY THE FORELOCK"
JL with one hand and a basket with
the other and visit THE NORFOLK
GROCERY CO.. Market square, for gro?
cery supplies. Numsen's Y'acht Club Vin?
egar always on hand_
4. "/JINDA SONG .SIXPENCE'' SAVED
O here and there by purchasing gro?
ceries, meats .and vegetables from n. c.
GALLUP, 32-31 Chapel extended. He sells
Numsen's Yacht club Vinegar._
i'? A BIRD IN THE HAND IS WORTH
Xi. two in tho bush," and one dollar
saved by dealing with G HI CCS & CO.,
fancy and staplo grocers. Chapel, Is worth
two not yet earned. Numsen's Yacht
Club Vinegar always on tap. _
?TTpHpril?USE-tTI?"T~J?CIC BDIDT'
JL was the result of careful saving
on his part. Y'ou may likewise save money
If you will give QRIGOS & C.l'Y. Bram
bletnn, your order for groceries. Numsen's
Ya< lit Club Vinegar fur sale._
THE NATURAL SEQUENCE OK
honesty is confidence. No under?
weights or under-values in food supplies
purchased from i.. A. WHITE, Bramble
ton avenue. Numsen's Yacht Club Y'ine
g: i ras peclally._j_
"LI Ol'ND! A GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY.
I Anyone may have It by going to J.
N. PARKER, fancy and staple grocer,
Huntcrsville. Numsen's Y'acht Club Vin?
egar for sale.
It /"VF ALL SAD WORDS OF TONGUE
\ / or pen. the saddest are tin s.?it
might have been." Avoid list IC8S regret
by going to H. R. KtLGORE, Church
street extended, for groceries and Nuin
sen's Y'acht Club Y'lnegar._
YOU MAY BE "SAVING AT THE.
spigot and loosing tit the bun::.'"
Why not savo at both by dealing with L.
A. POWELL, its High, headquarters for
groceries and Numsen's Y'acht club Y'in
egar.
"A
STITCH IN TIME WILL SAVE
nine." if you call on WM, II.
F1NCK, grocery and delicatessen store
High and Qranby, you'll save money and
the worry you've had with Inferior groce?
ries. Numsen's Yacht Club Vinegar on tap.
ti milH AGE OP REASON." PARK ER
JL & ELLIS. Ii.".? Church, demonstrate
every reason why you should buy your
grocery supplies from them. Numsen's
Yacht Club Vlne.ear always in stock.
THE QDI NT ESSENCE OP Wis?
dom: to "know thyself," but ono
should also know where to buy best gro?
ceries for least money. J. F. GORNTO &
Co.. Church street. Is tho place. They also
carry Numsen's Yacht Club Vinegar.
7.TT ANDSOME IS THAT HAND
JLL some does." Y'ou will bo treated
handsomely at J. T. L. Bl'REORD'S,
Lambert's Point. Fancy and Staple Gro?
cer. Prices right, quality guaranteed.
Numsen's Yacht Club Vinegar a specialty.
it Y7\ PLURIBUS UNUM." THE ONE
|*J? store?out of many?Is thai or
R. W. HEWITT, 78 Chestnut, Berkley.
He has everything a fastld ous liver could
wish, including Numsen's Yacht Club
Vinegar._
?4T\AT AN WANTS BET LITTLE HERE
_1t1 below," but be wants that little
good. Y'ou can get the best Of meats and
groceries at W. L. MARTIN. No. 8 Todd's
block, Berkley, also Numsen's Yacht Club
VI ncga r._
1:> OTH "ANTICIPATION AND R E AI ?
> lsatlon" will be fully satisfactory In
your purchases of table supplies tram D.
W. cilORRY. Liberty street, Berkley. He
also sells Numsen's Yacht Club Vinegar.
A.
_happy medium of excellent goods
exceedingly close prices. You will lind it
at F. Mi SMITH, fancy and staple gro er
corner Berkley and Liberty. Berkley, also
Numsen's Yacht Club Vim gar._ _
SAVE THE PENNIES AND THE
dollars will take care of themselves.
Many a penny can be saved in dealing
Kith H. I. WICKS, staple and fancy
grocer. Berkley avenue and Liberty, Berk
lev. Numsen's Yacht Club always In
s t nek._
JNVEST YOUR MONEY WISELY BY
purchasing groceries and Numsen's
Yachl club Vinegar from D. W. Jones, 13
Liberty street. Berkley.
THE OLD RELIABLE. L. W. AT
WOOD.fancy nnd Staple grocer, cor.
Chapel and Charlotte, cabs your atten?
tion to the fact that ho has Numsen's
Yachl Club Y'lnegar In stock. my26-7
KEEP COOL!
STRAW HATS,
ALL PRICES.
WALTER i. SIMMONS & CO.,
341 MAIN STREET.
THE SANITARY
COMMISSION
Meets and Completes Health Or?
dinances.
THE ANT! - SPITTING LAW
Tito Ordinances Decided Upou nN
Kssciillul to tbo Uenltlt of llto Clly
H'lll BeNabruUlcd to ibo Councils
I Or Adoption at tlie First Moot*
IrtRS ?CbnuEOs aud Ibo Rensoun
Therefor.
Tho full Sanitary Commission met
yesterday afternoon at the Treasurer's
otlice and passed upon the recommen?
dations of the sub-commission. Every
ordinance looking to the betterment of
tho sanitary condition of the city, re?
commended by tho sub-commission,
was favorably acted upon and recom?
mended to the Councils for passage
There were present at the meeting
yesterday Mayor Johnston, City Engi?
neer Brooke, City Attorney Taylor, Dr.
C. F. Newbill, president, and Dr. J. Jett
McCormick. secretary, of the Board of
Health: Mr. Richard Wright. Captain
N. M. Osborne, Mr. H. L. Smith, of the
Witter Department: Mr. J. D. Hof
helmer, Mr. W. W. Guy, Mr. Alex.
Nugent and Mr. it. L-. Orr, of the Street,
Sewer and Drain Commission.
The work of the commission was
finished at yesterdays' meeting, and at
the meeting of the Common Council
next Tuesday night the ordinance re?
commended will be presented that body.
THE FIRST ORDINANCE.
The first ordinance brought up for
discussion wus one providing that here
after the Building Inspector shall not
issue a permit for the erection of a
building unless the person applying for
the permit shall previously have a
water tap put In and pay for It.
Superintendent Smith, of the Water
Department, explained that the object
of this ordinance was to compel each
house to have its own water connec?
tions. Heretofore, he said, many fami?
lies bad been cheating the Water De?
partment by using water from a neigh?
bor's hydrant. * Mr. Smith wanted to
strengthen the ordinance so as to com?
pel the houses to use water after get?
ting the taps, but City Attorney Tay?
lor thought that could not legully be
done; that It was for a citizen to de?
cide whether he wanted water In his
bouse, outside of his closet, where he
was already compelled to have it. Mr.
Smith's proposed amendment was left
out.
AJMTI-SPITTING ORDINANCE.
The antl-spittlng ordinance next came
up. and the members of the commis?
sion Indulged in some funny remarks
on this ordinance. The law had been
nmended as to the penalty. It formerly
provbled for a line of from $5 to $20
for its violation, but the sub-commis?
sion had cut this penally down to from
$1 to $5. It applies, as is known, to all
public conveyances, public halls, eleva?
tors and the sidewalks.
Captain osborne, of the Board of
Water Commissioners, wanted to strike
out the word sidewalks, but he was
voted down, the other Bide having one
majority.
There was considerable diseusrinn
over the measure before It was recom?
mended. It was opposed mainly by
Captain Osborne and Mr. Smith?that
is. that part relating to spitting on
the sidewalks. City Attorney Taylor,
Dr. Newbill and Dr. McCormick spoke
for the ordinance.
Tili: STAHLE ORDINANCE.
The ordinance providing that here?
after no private stable shall be erected
upon a lot without the consent of ad
Joining property holders and the special
consent of Council, was discussed at
some length and was recommended to
"Council for passage. This ordinance
formerly Included livery stables, but it
was so amended that Councils' consent
alone is necessary to secure a permit
for the erection of a livery stable.
The ordinance prohibiting cess pools
in yards and those In regard to closets,
and the one requiring the connection
of houses in courts with sewers were
read and approved.
The commission recommended an ap?
propriation of $200 for the Street, Sewer
and Drain Commission to keep the
drains cleaned cut.
NOCN-DAY MARRIAGE.
MISS CORLEY BECOMES THE
BREDE OF MR. LAWRENCE.
A quiet, but beautiful wedding was
celebrated at tho home of the bride's
mother. No. 6 North street, at 12:30 p.
m. yesterday. The parties to the con?
tract were Mr. Wallace Lawrence, for?
merly of Murfreesboro, N. O., and Miss
Ethel Lindsay Corley, daughter of Mrs.
and the late Colonel James Corley, of
this city.
The parlors of the residence were
handsomely decorated in recognition of
the event. The ceremony was Impres?
sively performed by Rev. Beverly D.
Tucker, D. D., of St. Paul's P. E.
church, in the presence of a few select
friends of the happy couple.
Tho bride was attired In white organ?
die, with hat and gloves to match. The
groom wore a black cutaway coat with
light trousers.
At the conclusion of the nuptials an
hour or two was spent In .'oclal con?
verse, after which the bride changed
her attire to a blue travelling gown and
accompanied by the groom, left on an
extended bridal tour South.
There were a large number of beau?
tiful and costly presents. On their re?
turn home Mr. and Mrs. Wallace will
reside at the home of the bride's moth?
er.
Among those present at the marriage
were: Mr. L. J. l^iwrence, Mayor of
Murfeesboro, N. C, and Mr. N. P. Law
rence .of the same place, brothers of the
gi oom.
Slowly but surely have our Oxford
mixtures worked their way to the front.
Your next suit should be ono of them.
Tailored In our own exclusive way.
RUDOLPHI & WALLACE,
333 Main street.
GRAN BY STREET.
EXTENSIVE IMPROVEMENTS TO
BE MAJOE ON THIS THOROUGH?
FARE.
Mr. Withers, of Gloucester county,
who purchased the remaining portion of
the McCullough property on Granby
street, near City Hall avenue, will be
gl.i the Improvement of this property
probably before fall. The property was
bid. In at auction by Mr. Withers for
JGOO per front foot, the whole costing
him $36,000.
Messrs. Byrd & Baldwin are agents
for Mr. Withers here, and It was stated
yesterday by Mr. Byrd that three large
brick, stores, three of four stories high,
would be put up on this site by Mi-.
Withers. The stores will be. of the
latest architecture and nrrangement,
and will be among the handsomest In
Norfolk.
With Salamonsky's store, now start?
ed, and these others somewhat after
the same pattern, it will be seen that
the business center of Norfolk is grow?
ing toward Granby street. It is not at
all unlikely that Messrs. Watt, Rettew
& Clay, who own the property on both
sides of Salamonsky's site, will within
a year or two erect large stores on
this property; making a row of some
of the finest store property in Norfolk
on Granby street.
Mr. A. F. Clay, of Watt. Rettew &
Clay, believes that the business sec?
tion of Norfolk will grow steadily from
now on in the direction of Granby
street. In conversation with a Virgin?
ian-Pilot reporter, he called attention
to the alertness shown by business men
in securing the Monticollo Hotel stores
as an Indication of the growth of the
business section in that direction. This,
Mr. Clay believes, is a strong argu?
ment, by the way, why the Chesapeake
and Ohio should not bo allowed to run
their tracks to Granby street, as they
have asked permission of Councils to
do, and Mr. Clny thinks, as do many
others, that the Chesapeake and Ohio
already has room enough for its ship?
ping, end it would retard the growth
of this section to allow the switching
of the road to come any nearer Granby
street.
The Chesapeake and Ohio, it is un?
derstood, will erect a number of stores
and business houses on the old Tazewell
property, which belongs to that road.
The opening of Brooke avenue nnd the
extension of Tazewell street to Granby
street will make this property quite
valuable.
AT VIRCINIA BEAOH.
SUMMER TRAIN SCHEDULE IN EF?
FECT?THE COTTAGES BE?
ING OPENED.
The Summer schedule on the Norfolk,
Virginia Beach and Southern railway
will go Into efTect on Sunday next. This
will g'lve eight trains a day each way
nnd will be much appreciated.
A large number of Richmond and Pe?
tersburg people reached Virginia Roach
yesterday and opened up their cottages
for the season.
A private ear of the Norfolk nnd
Western line reached the Beach yester?
day with a number of Western freight
ngents aboard. They -will spend a day
or two at the Beach.
The Atlantic Hotel opened yesterday
In a very successful and satisfactory
way, there being a large attendance of
gueslH from Norfolk, Portsmouth and
various outside points.
Fishing Is very good now and a sport
much enjoyed by the visitors at the
Beach. Bathing has nlso begun.
Truck and berry shipments from
poinls along the line have been heavy
tltis season and are still large in vol?
ume.
Suit l or D.imnsra.
The Baltimore Sun of yesterday says:
"The suit for J10.0C0 damages of
Henry P. Tall against the Baltimore
Steam Packet Company for being shot
in the right arm on the company's
steamer Alabama is on trial in the Su?
perior Court. Mr. Tall wan shot on
March 2, ISOS, In the smoking room of
the steamer while on a trip to Balti?
more by one of two pafssengers who
had been playing1 cards. The card
players quarreled and one of them, who
was knocked down by the other, fired
the shot which struck Mr. Tall, al?
though not intended for him. Captain
Bohannon, of the steamer, seized and
disarmed the man who did the shoot?
ing. It is claimed that the company is
not liable for the injury to Mr. Tall, as
prompt measures were taken by the
ofllcerfl of the steamer to quell the dis?
turbance as soon as they knew of It."
Mr*. Lucy A. Cnrrall Demi.
Yesterday's Baltimore Sun says: Mrs.
Lucy A. Carroll, aged G9 years, died
yesterday morning at the home of her
son-in-law, Mr. William Lanahan,
"Beaumont," on Bellona avenue, near
Charles street extended. About two
weeeks ago Mrs. Carroll received a fall
nt "Beaumont" and dislocated her right
hip. She had not nt the time fully re?
covered from a severe attack of pneu?
monia she contracted while on a visit
to her daughter, Mrs. A. R. Nash, in
Norfolk. V.u Mrs. Carroll was born in
North Carolina. She lived many years
In Baltimore and Baltimore county. She
was the widow of St. John Carroli, who
died In 1SC9.
1 jo? Exmnlnrd Free.
Dr. A. Week, manager of the optical
department of the Gale Jewelry Com?
pany, will examine your eyes free. De?
fective vision and complicated cases
specially invited to call.
You Can't
Loose Anything:
By sending your laundry to us, be?
cause we have the n< west and most
modern machinery, employ expert
help and turn out nothing but the
best work. Wo call for and deliver
goods regular as clock work Just
when promised. Ixrt us have a trial
order. You will l>? moro than
pleased with our service.
BOTH PHONES 607.
Troy Laundry,
H. NIXDORFP,
j 297 Church ?t.
DECLINES THE HONOR
Capt. A, M, Higgins Declines the
Office of Commander.
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Ol Vlrghiln Knvnl Kenorvcs ? Pressure
or His Oflielal ii iki Prlvrwc Oatle?
the < mino or Ills Action Which I?
Greatly Regretted.
On Tuesday morning last the Vlr
glnlan-PHot announced the election, on
the night previous, of Cant. A. M. Hig?
gins to the olllce of Commander of the
entire naval military forces of Virginia.
Capt. Higgins' eminent fitness for this
Important position, and his universal
popularity with the naval reserve
members, was evidenced by the fact
that the vote for him was unanimous.
The notice of his election w.as mailed
to Capt. Higgins on Wednesday, and
yesterday he mailed his declination of
the honor. This will be bad news to
the Naval Reserves and their friends
when they read It In the Vlrglnlan
Pilot this morning, as, on account of
Capt. Higgins' signal executive ability
and high standing in naval circles, his
influence was counted on to do much In
advancing the Interests of the Naval
Reserve of Virginia.
Capt. Higgins stated most earnestly
last night to a representative of the
Virginian-Pilot, that he could not ac?
cept the olllce because Of the pressure
of his OfTlclal duties, combined with
other private matters, requiring his at?
tention. He st. ted that the olllce re?
quired great attention and considera?
ble time If its duties were given proper
attention, and this time was not at his
command to give.
It Is not known who will be chosen to
fill the vacancy caused by Capt. Hig?
gins' declination, but some action will
probably be taken in the near future
in the matter.
A Nysiwm or Begging.
The city is Just now seemingly the
headquarters of a large number of the
members of the begging fraternity.
The most noticenbln are, perhaps, tw.>
girls, one> about 14 and the other 9
years of ni:c. Tho former Is lame,
while the latter uses a crutch, having
had her right leg amputated at the
knee. In a short conversation with a
representative of the Virginian-I'ilot
she said that her name was Orach
Smith, from Pqjnskl, and that hei
father and mother were dead. She was
run down by a street car in thtit city
five years ago, when only 1 years old,
and her limb so mangled that It had
to be amputated- Her object In beg?
ging was to secure money to obtain an
education. Grade claimed to have come
to Norfolk alone, but was slightly off
as to the cause of tho loss of her limb.
There was no street car line in Pulaskl
five years ago, nor Is there now, unless
It was recently Introduced. It Is sup?
posed that the two girls are working
together, probably under tutelage.
A Colored Woddlntc.
There was quite a large gathering at
the residence of Hczeklah Anderson,
colored, No. 93 Wllloughby street, at 4
o'clock yesterday afternoon, when hi3
daughter, Helen A. Anderson, was
united In the bonds of holy wedlock to
Felix ltamos, one of the waiters on tho
Old Dominion steamship Hamilton. The
ceremony was performed by Itev. lt. H.
Howling, of the Hute Street Bnptist
Church, colored. A reception followed
the nuptials. The father of tho brldo
has heen pressman for tho Publiu
Ledger for a number of years.
???T Ynrrt Appointment*.
The following have Just been appoint?
ed ship-keepers In the navy yard, at a
salary-of $2 per day: Wllllr>m It.
Trower, of Norfolk; It. P. Walker, of
Richmond; Edward Robinson, colored,
of Norfolk; Garrison Cross, colored, ot
Nanscmond county; George W. Claud,
colored, of Southampton county, and
F. W. Downey, colored, of Norfolk
county.
OTHE^R LOCAL ON PAGE 3.
NOTICE OF PARTNERSHIP.
Wo beg to announce to the public that
wo have this day formed a co-partnership
for tin' general practice of tho law, under
tho llrm r.amo of VENABLE & BTEB
BINSs Ofliecs: Z'J and 30 Lowonbers
building. \
W. If. VENABLE, \
JOSEPH KTEP.BlNs, JR.*
Norfolk. Va>, Juno 1. ISS?. It
IF YOU HAVE HOUSES TO RENT
OR RENTS TO COLLECT?
It will pay you to call on FUQTTA &
McCOY, No. ins Plume street. Southern
States Phone 8S4. They nlso have somo
nice houses for rent- It
ELIZuBETHliVER AND HAMPTON ROADS
?Operating- Hourly Servlco to?
PINNER'S POINT AND WEST NORFOLK
Commodious and comfortable steamer.
Superior accommodation.* to meet the new
demand.
STEAMER 'MTV <~>F CHESTER.
SCHEDULE EFFECTIVE JUNE 3rd, 1S09
Touching ait South, rtv Hallway wharf,
Pinter's Point, each way.
LEAVE NORFOLK, Southern Railway .
wharf foot <>f Jackson street c-,:io a. m.,
7M5 a. m., 18:30 ;t. m. ?9:30 a. m. (connect?
ing with A. <<: l). passenger train at \V< st
Norfolk?no stop at Pinner's Point), 10:30
a KU, 112:00 m.. ?1:30 p. m? 2:30 p. iik. 11:00
i>. in.. (<???*> p. m.. *8:35 p. m. (connecting
with Southern Railway passenger train at
Pinner's Point?does not go to West Nor?
folk).
LEAVE WEST NORFOLK, A. & D.
Railway's wharf, 7:no a, m.. 10:00 n- m.,
?1u:ihi a in., 11:00 a. m.. II :i " p. in., ?2:00 p.
m.. 3:00 p. m., 4:.V. p. m. (bringing poasen
r.s from A. .t l>. passenger train from
the w<st). 0:l? p. m.
?Dully. All other trips dai'.Iy. except
Sunda v.
?Freight cai-rhd on these trips only.
The. round trip to West Nortolk on thla
eoml'ort.thlo sle.inn'r affords A MOST DE
LtOMTPUL BREATH <>!?' SALT AIR
FUR. THE HOT WEATHER.
fS .\r. SERBE LI j, President.
F. R. DANCY. Vice President.
J. A. C. GRONKR, Si-c. and Trcas.
_S"JMrVIERRESORTS.^
VARIETY SPRINGS.
Augusta County, Va. Open Juno r.th to
October 1st, 1809. These Sprains situated
on tho C. .t O. R. R. in north mountain
rango of the Alleghanles, Offer many ad?
vantages. Kix varieties of water; hot and
cold hooting baths; Improvements new;
nicely furnished; service good: rales rr-a
so nable. Write, for booklet and terms.
Special rales for Juno and September. Ad?
dress II. a. EICHEL.BERG.ER, Variety
Springs, Va. j. ?-Shn
Gatling, Cottage,
VIRGINIA BEACH.
Newly furnished; can accommodate a
few select boarders. First-class rooms;
table supplied with the best tins market
affords. For terms address,
G AT HING COTT A <: E,
myC7-2w Virginia Beach.
Montgomery ?????
Montaomerij fiottnty, V.l.
THIS FAMOUS SUMMER RESORT
OPENS JUNE I, 1S99
Sulphur and Chalybeate Water. Eor
booklet, terrr.s, etc. Apply to
W. S. AYR ES, Manager.
Montgomery Springs P. O., Va.
myl9-lm
SUMMER BOARD
?AT?
MOUNTAIN LAKE PARK, MD.
On tlio summit of the Alleghanles, by R.
& O. It. It. Special rates to families and
to teachers for the chatauqua. The camp
meeting begins July 2. Address VIR?
GINIA HOME until Juno 13, 218 Oranby
street. my?S-l?t
SWEET CHALYBEATE SPRINGS,
ALLEGHANY COUNTY. VA
This cntlro property has been purchased
by Mr. CARTER BRAXTON HUNTER,
of West Virginia, who proposes making
many improvements and refurnlshhlng
tho hotel and cottages throughout. The
management of the hotel will bo contai?
ned under Mr. B. F. EAKLE. who has
for the past three- years operated it so
successfully.
These charming springs are situated In
a lovely valley, ensconced in the back?
bone of the Alleghanles. at an elevation
of 3.0W feet. In the midst of the "Springs
Regten" of Virginia, and only n'ne miles
from Allcghany Station?tho highest point
on tho Chesapeake and Ohio railway. By
actual analysis the best chalybeate
water in this country: none better In tho
world; elegant bath pools. Reef ami mut?
ton supplied from the :inest blue-grass
sod. Vegetables In abundance, grown jn
the garden of th's noted properly. Rates
moderate. For furtherj)arM;aiais write
apt-tm Manager.
SUMMER RESORTS.
Roanoke Red Sulp hur S^iri gsT
10 nillrs from Salem, Va., opens Juno
Ist, 1890. Elevation 2,100 root, sulphur,
chalybeate, freestone nnd Houston?!
waters. Kinson.il.il- rates. Special atten?
tion paid to comfort und pleasure of,
guests. Write for descriptive pamphlet
containing a :i lysis of wat< rs, references,
&e? Long Distance Telephone connee
tlon. J. II. CHAPMAN, Manager. Jel-lm
Crockett Arsenic Litha Springsand Baths,
opkn j i m: im.
As n nerve tonic, anil dyspeptic and ro
storatlve these waters and oaths are un?
surpassed. .Relievos nervous prostration,
rheumatic, skin and kidney troubles and
kindred diseases. Cleans and beautifies
the complexion. Dry atmosphere, ro?
mantic surroundings, modern conven?
iences. For booklet, address M. c.
Tili i.MAS, Manager, Shawavllle, Va.
mylS-2m
ftlleghany?Springs, Va.
Recommended by the Medical Society of
Virginia, '.s Celebrated for Its cures of
I dyspepsia In Its vat ions forms. Most ex?
tended and beautiful ground-in tlio moun
atns.
For descriptive pamphlet, terms, testi?
monials, &c, write to
my23-2m C. A. COL1IOUN, Prop.
Belmont Seminary, Bedford City, Va.
Will t>e opened for slimmer boarders on
IJUNH I. Largo and shady grounds.
Terms jr. and fti per week. For further
I Information address
D. W. READ, Principal.
my2l-ood2w'
I) It I VATIC FAMILY IN THE COUN
try Wish n limited number boarders
for the summer; good sulphur and other
mineral waters. Hoard JlS.Oo per month.
For further particulars apply to Mrs.
FRANK P. DAVIS. Goshenbrldge, Rock
I bridgo Co., Va, my2u-eod-2w?
Yellow Sulphur Springs.
Montgomery county, Va.; open to visitors
I Juno I, 1899; these .springs are? sltuited on
tho summit of the Allegheny Mountains;
the curative properties of the waters are
well established nnd adapted to a Wido
range of disease: tho accommodations aro
first-class in every respect: descriptive
Ipunphlct nnd rates furnished on applica?
tion. KIIDCtEWAY HOLT. Prop. myllO-ian
Tr\i~"flTbnNTI6 HOTEL
(Formerly Inverness Inn)
VIRGINIA REACH. VA.
Open JUNE V. Immediately on the Ocean.
Hates 1200 to 12.80 per day; 810 to Sla per
week 'Special rates to families nnd travel.
Ins men. Cuisine and service the very
best Write for folders. my7-lm
r
IN. B. JOYNES 8c CO,
Take, pleasure in announcing to tho public that they have leased the
Bar, Restaurant, Pool Rooms, Baths and Fishing Privileges
AT OCEAN VIEW
for the present sen son and that they propose conducting tho samo on a
HIGH PI. A NIC, We promise the WEST SERVICE In each of tho above
departments, and hope to receive the support and encouragement of tho
public. Ourmott i will he to please Each of the above departments will
b? presided over by competent people, and not only will the best service
bo given our patrons but the b-jst ot order will bo preserved as well.
Respecet fully, .). 1
i
I n^.u.fr.we-3m - , **. B. JOYNES & CO. 4

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