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THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES TWO AND THREE.
WEATHER REPORT.
Washington, July 28.
Weather forecast for to-day:
Virginia?Partly cloudy Saturday and
probably Sunday; light south Co south?
east winds.
North Carolina?Threatening Satur?
day and probably Sunday; variable,
winds.
Norfolk mid TIclnllT.
[WEATHER, FORECAST FOR
TO-DAY.
Fair, with high temperature; variable
winds.
TEMPERATURE. RAINPAliti AND
HUMIDITY.
July 28th, 1899.
>Tnximum temperature. SO
Minimum temperature. 7 1
Normal temperature . 7'.'
Departure from normal .. .. minus :;
Departuro from normal since Janu?
ary 1st.plus 50
Rainfall in past 24 hours .54
Rainfall since first of month.5.15
Mean relative humidity . P5
CALENDAR.
Sun rises atV.'i.oT a. m. and sets at
7:10 p. in.
TIDES.
Norfolk?High water at 1:51 a. m. and
2:31 p, in.; low water at 7:59 a. m. and
8:65 p. m.
Old Point?High water at 1:30 a. m.
and 2;10 p. m.; low water at 7:2S a. in.
end 8:34 p. m.
Oil!.
BE1VDNER.- \t Virginia Itench, Friday,
July 28th. at a. m.. I It! HEUT AI,AN.
ag-d II months, youngest sou of .\. i:
and Rose Seldner.
Remains will arrive nt Virginia n ich
Depot at Norfolk Sumlav. the "nth hist.,
nt lorn a. in., w,;i |,c t..U.ti thenci
to tiie Hebrew Cemetery, where the ser
vices will he hel.l. (ySO-St
Monurcsnts and Gravestone,.
The selenpm of a BUltftbtS
memorial in marble er gran
Ite ran lift readily made from
cur stock, fer we carry tlio
lnrg''?l n::sorlmont of tinlsh
ed designs in tlio South.
?THE COUPER MARBLE WORKS
(K?lnblUhP(l "m Tonra.l
lftn-10:: ItMiiti Korloln. V?.
AMI Sl..lli:.\'!S.
Ocean View Theatre
OScap. l\ 8ISSON.Manager
WALTER CARRY.Stage Manager
Week of July 24, 1099.
SPECIHL
THE WELL-KNOWN
SIMMONS & SLOCIWS
Exponents of Refined Minstrelsy.
I i.iil v 4: and 8:.)0 p. in.
(i RAND RK-OPENINC1 OP THE AC
X DITORIUM THEATRE FOR THE
SUMMER SEASON ON MONDAY EVEN?
ING. JULY Ii I ii: Tie- te ure will ho
cooled with electric fans and Ho.ll l a r.
New faces and up-to-date Vauileyilli en?
tertainment. Prices, 10, 15 and "Jje.
Jy9-lf
CHOICE
LECTEO SPICES
?FOR PICKLING?
Trotter's Drug Store,
388 Main Street, Corner Church.
A 1.1. i ;> ?ODS SOLD c. o. n.
Flanos Tuned. Both Phones uoo.
Piano GloaranoB sale
We are getting ready for a big Pail
trade and have ordered large Bhlpnu nt of
Pianos from our factory. This no ans we
must dispose of every Piano in our ward?
rooms within ni xt thirty days. Wo havo
largo stock of second-hand ptinos taken
In oxohaitge as part payment on "Th<
Peerless Stellt Piano." Some of thes
pianos we can sell tis low us $10.
Write postal lor special price list.
Stielt Factory Warerooms,
MONTICEDI.O HOTEL GRANRY ST.
A Benefactor to Mankind
Dr. R. M. TWISDALE,
i IF RICHMOND, VA.
Tho discoverer of EUREKA ^CATARRH
No. 36 Bank Street, Norfolk, Va.
Where he will treat patients 3? days for
one df.iiar. Consultation Free
Reforo opening an office Dr. R. M.
Twlsdalo has travelled throughout Vir?
ginia and North Carolina, in the sections
where the Catarrh \- inosl prevalent and
severe and has proven a guccc** where
directions are followed. Any child can
use tho treatment.
Long standing eases of Catarrh will n ?
quire :-> days' limo to effect a cure. Cost
will not Cxi ei 1 $3.00
For testimonials call at our nftire from
P to li a. m. and 4 to p. m. Sunday
hours from I to it p. in.
Out of town orders will receive prompt
attention. Thirty days' treatment
?hipped on receipt of $1.2?, express paid.
Address all communications to
EUREKA CATARRH REMEDY GO.
No. 30 Rank street. Norf. Ik. V.l.
Dr. R. M. TWISDALE, Manager.
Jy2S-5t
TUN STALL & SCHEIB,
SASH. DOORS AND BLINDS
Builders' Hardware, Plate and Sheet
Glass. Iron Work.
Estltrotte? cheerfully furnished.
Jy22-ln>
COURT DECISIONS.
Notes of Cases Recently Decided,
Which are of Interest to
Our People.
DIGESTED BY W- B- MARTIN.
(Exclusively for Virginian-Pilot)
CHARLOTTE O. & F. CO. V. RIPPY.
Supremo Court of North Carolina.
May 9, 1*>'J0.
.V SURVIVING PARTNER IS "IN
TERESTED IN THE EVENT" OF
AN ACTION AGAINST THE AD?
MINISTRATOR OP THE DECEAS?
ED PARTNER ON A PARTNER?
SHIP NOTE. AND CANNOT TES?
TIFY IN tu rn ACTION, THOUGH
N< >T A PARTY.
This wha an aetl 'ti on a promissory
note made i?y a linn agaluat the admin?
istrator of the dcecused partner. The
plaintiff Introduced the surviving part?
ner as ;t witness, and the defendunt ob?
jected to his ? ompeteney under Code,
section 590, nud the Court excluded
him.
Tho < 'otirt soys:
Section 589 of tho Code docs away
with all disabilities "it account "t" in?
ter, st. But this section is Immediately
followed by section 590, which Contains
tie- following: That "a patty or a per?
son Interested la th" event of tlie sta?
tion shall not he examined as a wit?
ness in his own behalf or interest
- ? * against any executor, adminis?
trator, or survivor of a deceased per?
son * ? ? c on erning ;?. personal
transaction or communication between
the witness ami the deceased person or
lunatic, except where the executor, ad?
ministrator ? ? Is examined in his
own behalf ? * * concerning the
s.imo transaction or communication."
'l"h so should l?e treated as exceptions
to section 5S9, ami r.s taking them out
of tii>. operation of that, section. If
this he true, the partiej Included In
these exceptions stand upon the same
footing they did before the adoption ?tf
He- Code. Before the adoption of the
Code, a party Interested in the r. suit of
the vi rdlct and Judgment could not be
a witness. This ruh- Is now restricted
to parties falling within the excep?
tions contained la section D90, and th"
only question to bo considered is
wheth? r the wltni PS D. F. Bridges falls
within tie ?e exceptions er not. It Is
admitted that plaintiff proposes to nsk
him to testify as to pt rsonnl transac?
tions and communications with deceas?
ed's intestate. It Is admitted that he is
let a parly to this action, and the only
question left for our consideration Is
whelbi r he is "Interested In the event
of the' action." If h? is. he Is dlsquilll
lied; if he is not, lie competent. I:
seems to us that If this question Is an
"I" n one. and to he determined upon
teas in logical deduction,?sustained
by quite an array of authorities. It
mn.-t he held that he Is Incompetent. I:
must he conceded that he is Interested
in an action brought upon a note given
by him. and for which, n |i admitted
that lie IsMlablc to the full extent of the
not..; end. If this evidence establishes
the partnership alleged by plaintiff, the
estate of defendant's intestate t< liable
to th" plaintiff f .r the who'. - of the note,
ami the witness can only be compelled
to contribute to defendant's one-hnlf
of what he has had to pay. "It makes
no difference, In any of these cases,
win tier ih" witness Is called by the
plaintiff or the defendant, for in either
cose th" losi of Interest is the same;
th" question hi lug Whether a Judgment
win procure a direct benefit to ihe wit
in.- ?." "So, in a suit iigtiinsi one on a
Joint obligation, a co-obligor, not sued,
in hot a competent witness for the
plaintiff, to prove the execution of the
Instrument by the defendant: for he is
Ihten -^t'd to relit ve himself of a part
of th" debt by charging it on tlie de?
fendant."
We are therefore irresistibly led t-T
th.- conclusion that the witness l>. F.
Bridges has a direct pecuniary Interest
? in the . of this action. II" ad?
mits that he is liable for plaintiffs de?
mand: and lie is interested in making
th" in;-state's estate sh:ire the llnbillty
with him. Ami the defendant in this
rase Is like tho defendants Webb &
Wi ldi in the case quoted from. The only
thill--' be COUld do would be to admit
that his lot atalc Si"]! :l partner, and
Hon. If this question was res Integra,
it would seem to us that this ought to,
and would, end the discussion of this
question. Rut it Is contended that the
witness must not. only !>.? Interested,
I-"' ;?? t he mat Rls > bo a party m the
action, in exclude h's testimony. This
position cannot be sustained, unless it
be by statements made by some le irn
ed judges In the discussion of cases un?
der consideration, when It was not
necessary that they should have been
mac!,- io support the judgment, and.
with great deference, wc think, without
that consideration which usually char?
acterizes their opinions. To adopt this
rule of construction, that a witness
must be a party to the action in which
be is called as a witness, so that the
judgment would bo Inter partes, nnd
that where the judgment would be res
Inter nllos ncla as to the witness he
would be competent to testify as to
it take* SOD roses lo in >k? a teaspoon
ful of perfume, it takes the best quality
of wiiit, ? irn, rye nnd barley malt to
pi- dlice the i! (>. Taylor Whiskey; more
than that, it lakes seven years of actual
age, ripen I itg in barrels?no mythical
methods of aging, but nature's summer
In it and waiter's --old. it Isn't posslblo
io make, wh'skey old in a day. a month
or n year, it won't have th- "earmarks"
of maturity unless actual time is allow d
for the ripening. c>. O. Tayi r Whiskies
.ire sold only In bottles bearing our linn
name signature on face and neck labels
CHESTER It. GRAVES * SONS.
For pal'? at White Hros.. Norfolk, VO.,
Brown's Hotel, Portsmouth. Va.
JOHN 0. GMMflGE
ESTABLISHED ;S65
Sewer and Well Pipe
BRICK TILE
ALL SIZES.
Lime, Cements,
Piaster, Bricks,
Laths, Hair,
Shingles, Flooring Etc
WOODSIDE'S WHARF.
NORFOLK, VA
tho communications and transactions
of tlio deceased, would bo to substan?
tially destroy the exceptions contained
in section 590.
WOOD V. YOUNG.
Court of Appeals of Kentucky.
April 1.".. 1S09.
WHERE THE SON OP A LAND-1
LORD, AFTER THE TERM OF
?THE TENANT HAD EXPIRED,
WENT TO Till-: HOUSE AN 1) PRO?
CEEDED To REMOVE THE FUR?
NITURE, AND "SMOKE OUT" THE
WIFE OF THO TENANT. WHO
WAS SICK IN BED, HE WAS
DUILTY ob' AN ASSAULT, FOR
WHICH DAMAGES MIGHT BE RE?
COVERED.
This was an action for damages for
an assault and trespass. There was a
judgment for plaintiffs for $400 and de?
fendant appealed. The facts appear
from the opinion of the court.
The court says:
Th ? facts about which there appears
no e' ntrovcrsy are that appellees, Mary
and Henry Young, husband and wife,
were, tenants of the mother of appel?
lant Their term had expired, and, al?
though they had promised to vacate
the premises by a certain day, they
failed to do so. The appellant went to
the house, and found .Mary Young sick
in bed. and went In, and proceeded to
remove the furniture of the house, lie
did not touch appellee's person, hut. as
it is described by the witnesses, "tried
to smoke her out" by removing a lid
from the stove, and by pouring water
on it, and then going out. and closing
and locking the door, and carrying
away the key. (in a trial the court
gave instruction to the jury to find for
appellee such actual damage, except to
property, as they might believe she sus?
tained; and if the jury should believe
that the assault was willful and ma?
licious, they might, in their discretion,
award punitive damages. After reas?
ons ami motion for new trial were over?
ruled, tins appeal is prosecuted.
Wo are of opinion there is no error
in the instruction given. Nor was there
error in the admission of testimony. By
the testimony of appellant himself, tile
jury was authorize .1 to Und a verdict
I against him; and it seems to us that
i in fixing the amount of recovery at
. $400 the Jury took into consideration
the age of appellant and gave him the
1 benefit of his minority. The amount is
I not excessive. There is no error, and
the judgment is afllrmed, with dam
1 ages.
RECRUITING IN NORFOLK.
I ON I. Y TEN VOLUNTEERS HAVE
BEEN ENLISTED.
Lieutenant Barker, recruiting ofllerr
at this station, lias enlisted only ten
volunteers for the Twenty-Seventh In?
fantry, which I? being organized at
< anip Mende, Pa. About forty have
been rejected. The Twenty-seventh is
the second of the ten volunteers regi?
ments In point of numbers so far. En?
listments In this regiment are now
; bout 1,000. The stations which have en?
listed Hp- greatest number are New
York. Brooklyn, Washington and
Wheeling, W. Va. There are only two
Stations in Virginia, here and at Rlch
! moncl. Richmond Is not far ahead of
; Norfolk In the matter <>f enlistment of
: volunteers, since the ?oth instant Lieu?
tenant Barker has enlisted three regu
1 lars and rejected one. lie has enlisted
j four volunteers since that time and re?
jected .seventeen.
ATLANTIC CITY WARD.
Mr. P. C. f'.ilvert. of Washington, D.
('.. is visiting Mr. Harry Smith, of Col
icy avenue.
Th,. Atlantic city baseball team will
leave Monday morning for Tarboro, N.
C, where they are booked to play two
games with the team of thai place.
The Junior Society of Christian En?
deavor of Oolley Memorial Church will
held their regular meeting Sunday af?
ternoon at -I o'clock. It is expected
that an nddress will be delivered by
on,, of the visiting Presbyterian dl
' vines.
The Junior Epworth League of T.e
! Kles Memorial M. E. Church will hold
i its regular devotional meeting at o
o'clock to-morrow afternoon.
j -WieamiT Hul?|neh.
Take the handsome new steamer
j "Mobjack." of the Old Dominion Line,
f.?:- a delightful all-day trip on the
water. She leaves Bay Line wharf
dally, except Sunday, at 7:00 a. m. for
Mobjack Bay and landings in Mathews
and Gloucester counties. Fare only
i ?l for excursion trip to return same
day. jylC-tf
l'ropcriy Transfers,
Tho following real estate conveyances
were recorded in the clerk's ollice yes?
terday:
From H. L. Page and S. Q. Collins, lot
No. 20, fronting 28.92 feet on Mowbray
Aich; $1.230.
From Thomas E. Borland, special
commissioner, to W. L. Whlt< hurst, lot
fronting on south side of Bermuda
street 34.7". feet; (1,050.
Jlnrrleii in RHznbetli niy.
The Virginian-Pilot's Elizabeth City
correspondent writes that yesterday
Mr. Albert J." Murden ami Miss Birdie
A. Johnson, both of this city, were
united in wedlock in the parlors of Ho?
tel Central, and that the Rev. Dr.
Fenlck performed the ceremony.
?? A ?. KX< l:MHO*
Ans nil 21?l.
To Knfnrwl llrlilge mm l.uraj- rnv?
ei in. I he Tili, ?ml sill. Wonder*
of Hie World,
On Saturday, August 12th the Ches?
apeake and Ohio railway will run a
delightful and inti resting outing p> ihe
wonderful Natural Bridge of Virginia
and the Caverns of J.tiray. Steamer
Louise will leave Portsmouth at 6:40 a.
in.. Norfolk. 7:00 a. m., August 12th,
tickets good for return passage until
August 21st. Round trip from Nor! 'ik.
Fort Monroe, Hampton .and Newport
News to Natural Bridge and Luray, go?
ing via Lynchburg and returning via
Basic City, $7.00; to Natural Bridge
only, going and returning via James
River Division, $4.50. Special arrange?
ments have been made to accommodate
excursionists a: Natural Bridge Hotel
and at Hotel Lawrence a: Luray at $2
per day. Charge of only Jl will be made
for transfer from Natural Bridge sta?
tion to hotel and return, including ad?
mission to Hp- Bridge. Excursion will
be handled on regular trains, which will
insure good service. For further infor?
mation apply to F. W*. Curd, Passenger
Agent. Norfolk, Va.
Jy20,30,au2,4,6,9,lL
ENHANCED VALUFS
Will Result From Opening of
Tripoli Street, '
Snmniouol ni a Witness In (tie Con*
llemuntlon I'rorcrtlliiKS, Mr. 1>.
I.owcnburc Snjr? n second I'titirrti
Street win Ho Created.
The hearing of exceptions to the Trip?
oli strot t condemnation commissioners'
report was taken up again in the Cor?
poration Court yesterday. The hearing
of the bill filed by Mr! John H. Core,
through Iiis counsel, Mr. \v. W. Old,
was completed and argument was heard
in this case. Judge Hanckel reserve. 1
Iiis decision until the ilrst week in Au?
gust. He w ill hear the bill of Judge T.
S. Garnett before he renders n decision,
since both ask for the same thing?the
setting aside- of the commissioners' re?
port and the appointment of a new set
of commissioners.
Mr. J. 13. .'-'?.??.i I. clerk of the Common
Councils, was tii? - Ilrst witness put up
by Mr. eld. The object of the appellant
In putting up M:. Stead was to prove
the offer ol the Norfolk and Atlantic
Terminal Company to pay 4 per cent,
interest <>n the bonds Issued lor the
opening of Tripoli street for two years.
Mr. Old used this in his argument as
. showing that the railway company was
the benetlclary by the opening of the
street. He claimed that Councils' llctlon
was laken solely on the initiative of
this railway company,
Mr. David l.owenberg. president of
the Atlantic Terminal Company, was
put on the stand by Mr. Core. He testi
fled that his motive in pledging the
payment of the interest on the appro?
priation for the street opening was that
he might avail himself of the franchise
ncqulrcd four years ago to lay the
tracks of the Scwell's Point line on the
street when opened.
Mi-. l.owenberg denied that he had
appeared before any Council Commit?
tee to urge the opening of the street. He
was very positive that the opening of
the street would Increase the taxable
values in that community to such an
extent as to make it a paying Improve?
ment.
A SECOND CHURCH STREET.
Mr. l.owenberg said Tripoli , street
when opened would become a second
Church street In the value of its prop?
erty. The high valii" of the properly on
Grnnby street, he said, would not per?
mit the establishment of many kinds of
commercial enterprises there. These es?
tablishments, however, could alTord to
go on Tripoli street where the prop?
erty will be a few shades lower. Mr.
Lowcilbi rg also called attention to the
fact that Granby street was now- the
only thoroughfare hading to the north?
ern portion of the city.
"You have a lot of dead land In the
proposed route of Tripoli street," Mr.
Lowenborg said, "and when yon make
It valuable to the owner, you make It
valuable to the city as taxable prop?
erty. There Is $300.000 worth of extra
value to be realized after the street is
opened."
When City Attorney Taylor and Mr.
Old had finished their argument Judge
Hanckel began the heating on tlio bill
of exceptions to the Wolff strrct com?
missioners' report, bled by Mr. I-:. M.
Gray, Mr. Cray was represented in the
hearing by Mr. It. W. Tonrtln. There are
two or three other exceptions of the
same nature to ho heard.
?Uli Morn roiiiiiorreltlnar?
The Seeret Servier has just unearthed
another band of counterfeiters in a sut>
lirb of N, w York City, und s< cur I a
largo quantity of bogus hills. Which
are so cleverly executed that the a v. rage
person WOllld never suspect then, of he
ins spurious. Things of great value are
always soloed 1 by counterfeiters for Imi?
tation, notably the celebrated llostcttcr's
Bl imnch Hilters, which has many imi?
tators hut no equals for common disor?
ders like fever, ague, malaria, Indigestion,
dyspepsia, constipation, nervousness and
general debility. The Ritters sets things
right in tie- xtomai It, and when the stom
a- h is |m good working order it makes
good blood and plenty of it. In tilts man?
ner tho Hitlers get at the sent of strength
and vitallty.nnd resloro vigor to the weak
and debilitated. Itewnro of counterfeits
when buying. Always go to reliable drug?
gists who have tlie reputation of giving
what you asit for.
ii ii I,v St. Vlrirlnla Itencli n,,<l iteiun.
One meal and bath nt the Atlantic
Hotel, accommodations first-class, Per?
manent rates very low. Reason: This is
their advertising year. Try it. Tickets
for sale nt Virginia Beach depot.
JyS-su,w,fr-lm
BRAMBLETON WARD
Dr. T. Edwin Ralrd, of Windsor, Va..
visited the ward yesterday on a tour
of inspection with the view of locating
here 1n the near future.
A horse attached t" n buggy, became
frightened mar the Virginia Beach
crossing on Park avenue, yesterday aft?
ernoon and ran away. In turning into
Brambleton avenue he came very near
running into a bicyclist. Tile frighten.-.I
animal continued his course dow n \V< st
Brambleton avenue and turned up
North Malthy. where he was stopped,
after damaging the vehicle. The buggy
and horse belonged to the Harrison
Transfer t 'ompnny.
The Epworth League of Trinity M. E.
Church will meet for devotional exer?
cises at 7 o'clock to-morrow night,
Mr. W. N. Dlehl, of No. jvi North
Multby avenue, has returned from a
two weeks' vacation spent with rela?
tives in Alleiltown, I'a.
Professor J. I'. Britt, of Water ave?
nue, lias returned from a month's visit
to the Normal school exercises at Her?
ford City. Va.
Mr. Ingram, owner of Digram's Hall,
on Brambleton avenue, was M en by a
reporter of the Virginian-Pilot last
in regard to the purchase of bis hall
by the Brambleton Lodge of Pythlans,
and he informed him that they were
negotiating for the purchase of it. but
that the contract had not as yet been
. l.eed. lli> thinks it will lie in the next
day or two.
The Norfoll, l?rrubyIery.
A special session of the Norf ilk Pres?
bytery will be held In the lecture room
of the Second Presbyterian Church
Monday next at It a. m. to considi r
the resignation of Rev. 1>;\ W. S. Lacy
as pastor of that church, provide.) the
congregation assents to the dissolution
of the pastoral relation now existing.
First l(nlt? Of Cot lot).
fRy Telegraph to Virginian-Pilot.)
Savannah, Ga., July The first
bale of new cotton for the season of
'99 and 1900 arrived here this morning.
It weighed 360 pounds, and will be sold
to-morrow at auction.
44 To Err is Human."
'But to err aff the time Is criminal or
idiotic. Don't continue the mistake cf
neglecting your blood. When impurities
manifest themselves in eruptions or nvhen
disordered conditions of stomach, kidneys,
liver or bovxls appear, fake flood's Sar
saparilljt, I: wilt r:.iki pure, live blood,
and put you in gocd health.
D1Y1KE SERVICES SUNDAY.
mill
pat
METHODIST EPISCOPAL
Epworth, corner Freemason ami
Bousli streets.- Preaching by the pas?
tor, K.v. \V. .1. Vouhg, 1>. 1>.. at 11 a.
m. and s p. in. Morning Bitbject: "Vic?
tory in Defeat." Evening subject: "De?
feat in Victory." Sunday school at 9:15
a. in.
McKendree, corner Clay and Clal
borne avenues, Bramble ton.? Preaching
by Rev. i*. W. Pettlt at 11 a. m. and
S:15 p. in.
Cumberland, between ll and Covo
streets.?Preaching by Rev, A. II. Why
at 11 a. m. and Kev. J. W. Crlder
? p. in.
Iluntersvllle, Johnson nvenuc
Preaching by Hey. .1. B. Slerritt at It
a. in. and S:16 p. .::. EVeiling subject:
'"Tlie significance of the Great Epworth
Lengde Gathering." Sunday school at
0:30 a. in.
LeKies' Memorial, corn >r of Camp
avenue and Port street, Atlant: ? City.
?Preaching by Rev. Churl s i. Ktengle
a: ll a. in. and by lb v. S. c. Hat her
at ?'. p. ill.
Centenary, corner of Beush
Queen streets.?Preaching by the
tor. Rev. w. 11. Edwards, at u a. in.
ami li p. in.
Trinity, corner of Maltby nnd Cor
prcw avenues. Bra nibleton.?Preaching
at II n. in. and S:l? p. in.
' Queen, corner of Pulaskl and Queen
1 streets?Preaching by the pastor, Rev.
S. c. Hatcher, at 11 a. in. nnd S p. ill.
Lambert's Point.?Preaching by the
j pastor. Kev. Geo. 11. Spooner, at ll a.
in. and S:15 p. m.
PRESBYTERIAN.
First, Church, between Holt ami Cove
streets?Preaching by Rov? J. W. Wai?
den, of Athens, Ga., at ll a. ni. and
by K.v. K. C. Reed, I >. I?.. of Columbia.
S. C., at S )?. in, Sunday school at 9:30
a. in. Westminster League prayer meet?
ing at 7: l"> p. in.
Purk Avenue, Brnmbleton?Preach?
ing by Rev, A. W. Mulster, 1>. D., of
11 Iggilisvilte, Mo., at 11 a. m. and Rev.
I,. 1.. Mortis, I). D., of Macon, Ga? at
S p. in.
I'ark Place?Preaching by Rev. L. l..
Morris. P. D., of Macon, Ga.. at 11 a.
in. ami Kev. A. W. Mulster, of HlgglilS
Vllle, Mo., at S p. in.
oiley Memorial. Atlantic City?
Preaching by Kev. \v. L. Lawrence, D,
l>.. of Oak Cliff, Texas, a* ll n. in. ami
the pastor, Kev. C. W. Maxwell, at s
p. 111.
Lambert's Point?rroachir.g by th*
pastor, Kev. c. I). Gllkerson, at ll a.
m. and Rev. W. L>. Lawrence, D. D?
of C:k Cliff, Texas, at S p. ill.
Second. Freemason, near Roush
street, Kev. W. S. Lacy, 1>. D.. pastor?
Divlno services at 11 a. in. and p. in.
At the morning hour Kev. Dr. K. C.
Reed, professor in Columbia Theologi?
cal Seminary, will preach, and at Ihe
evening hour the pulpit will be filh tl hv
the Ri v. .1. w. Waiden, l>. l>., of
Athens. Ga. in connection with the
morning service a congregational meet?
ing Will lie held to take nctlotl on the
resignation of the pastor. Rev. "W. s.
Lacy, D. D., and to unite with him In
asking Hv Presbytery of Norfolk a dis?
solution of the pastoral relation. The
Kev. Dr. Edward Mack will preside at
this congregational meeting,
CHURCH OF CHRIST.
Freemason, between Bank nnd
Brewer Preaching by the pastor, Kev.
W. F. Smith, at 11 a. m. and S p. in.
Sunday school at 9:45 a. 111.
CHRISTIAN CHURCH.
Memorial Tempi-, corner of Cooke
and Tunstall avenue, Brnmbleton
Preaching by the pastor, Rev. J. P.
Barrett, 1 >. IV, at 11 a. in. and S p. m.
Sunday school at 10 a. in.
CHRISTIAN.
Memorial Temple, corner of Cooke
and Tunstall avenues, Brnmbleton?
Preaching by tho pastor, Rev. J. P.
1 Barrett, at 11 a. in. and s p. m. Sunday
school at 9:"0 a. m.
V. M. C. A.
At the Young Mens Christian Asso?
ciation Sunday nftcrnoon at -l o'clock
Use address will be be Rev. K. C. Reed,
l>. !>.. of Columbia, s. c. Topic: "Own?
ership and Service."
STRUCK THE WRONG PLACE.
COUNTRY VISITOR CAUSES
TICKET AGENT TO COL?
LAPSE AT B. & 11. OFFICE.
A few days ago a country visitor in
tlio city on an excursion strolled into
tic- I!, and ticket Olllco and asked
Mr. Boslcy, the ticket agent, for a spool
of thread, thinking he kept It in stock.
This was outdone, however, yesterday
by a big, red-faced countryman, who
sl i p, d up to the ticket counter, laid
down a nlckle, and Haid to Mr. Bosicy:
"Give ni" a giass a-beer." After some
time bystanders brought Mr. Boslcy
back to consciousness, but the stranger
had discovered his mistake and depart?
ed. Now t'n- many friends of Mr.
Bosley and Mr. Arthur Lewis are un?
duly solicitous as to whether they have
a full license or only for an "ordinary."
For Sanative Uses.
Irs remarkable,
and
lent, rleandnir.
purifying properties, de.
rived 11 cm ( i i p uka, iho
great pktn cure, wai rant tim
\ , /Vi) U*0 of cutii l it! 8o.il', III
0*\/"?3 the form of baths for annoy.
' 11 lag Irritation?, Indatuma.
V'--. tii'ii-, and elnihi^i., fi r ti a
I a.'T /* free or oHennlve perm
\ ation, and also In tho form of
^~?-? lntrrn.d wachCfl and lOhl.
tUinj forutceratlTo wenkiies^e?, nnd for many
fanatlve. antiseptic purpoaca wliteh readily
saggeM themselves to women, nnd especially
Io inotheri. The use o( Cutici'ka Ointment
with Cirriccna Soap will suggest luell la
the severer case*.
THE WORLD
OF SPORT
STANDING OP THE CLUBS.
NATU >NAL LEAGUE.
W.in. Lost. TcrCt
Brooklyn .5S
Boston.:.:t
St. Louis .50
Baltimore..*>o
Philadelphia.50
Chicago . ??>
Pittsburg . l:
Cincinnati.4
New York .33
Louisville .35
Washington .32
Cleveland.13
34
17
CS'
.616
.593
.583
.588
.331
.r."0
. 500
.127
.423
.364
.172
At Baltlmore?
First game?
Baltimore .. ..1 0 2
Clev? land .. ..000
Si coiid game?
Sint't? by innings:
Baltimore .
Cleveland .
At Chicago
Chicago .010
Philadelphia . .0 2 0
At St. Louis
Score l?y innings:
St. Louts .. .." l 1
Brooklyn .0 o 0
At Louisville?
Score i<y innings:
Loulsvitlo .. . ?" 11 0
Boston ?.- 0 0
At Pittsburg?
First game?
Score by innings:
Pittsburg.ooo
Washington .. .0-0
Second game?
S ire by Innings:
Pittsburg.130
Washington .. .0 i 0
l loon x ?6 12 1
o o t o o o?i :> 3
R.H.E.
0 3 0 0?8 9 I
..l o l o o?2 a l
1 0 0 0 0 0?2 5
0 0 0 0 0 2?4 3
R. H. E.
t 2 a o o x?.". y o
0 0 0 0 0 0?0 7 0
R.H.E.
0 1 0 0 0 0-1 6 1
0 0 0 0 0 2?1 7
R.H.E
0! OOO 0?1 7 1
0 0 1 0,0 1? l 0 :
R.H.E
02000 x?-; ?) ?
1 1 2 0 0 0-3 11 i
ATLANTIC LEAGUE
Richmond.10
Lancaster.:i
Allentown.s
Reading.:?
Wllkcaburrc.7
Newark.6
Won. Lest. Ter Ct.
.711
,563
.500
.171
.412
.373
ATLANTIS LEAGUE RESULTS.
Rending, 2: Newark, 3.
Itiohm-md-All- nt-'wn ra-in.
Lancaster, 7; Wllkesbarrc, 0.
<D STO it I jfK. .
Bcarstho ^^Ihs Kind You Haw W*a?s B?i?M
LAMBERTS P018T.
A white man was arrested yesterday
morning on the charge of stealing Ice
from the Bridgeport Silver Plating
company. Ho was given a hearing be?
fore Justice Lop, r later in the day ami
was committed to tho county jail for
ten .lays.
Captain Conklln continues sick at his
home on Thirty-eighth street.
Ml.-s Edna Lambert, who is visiting
her mother for some weeks, will leave
the early part of next week for the
mountains ot* Virginia.
Tho steamorshlp David Mainland ar
rived at the pier yesterday (or bunker
coal, and tho barges Kingston and
Wesi I'oint for e.ng _
Acts gently on the
DOWELS
^uanses the ^vstem
..-^EFFECTUALLY
overcomes
.ggggfetf
i uhu PERMANENTLY
coin i ractors
and
builders.
In thn in .irk e: for Lime, Tort
lend or American Cement Plas?
ter. Hair, Chimney Pipe. Firs
Brick, Lith or Shlwrles. see us
befuro you buy. We are solo
scents for Acme Cement 1'la.s
tcr New No. :s3 Water street.
batchelder & collins
SiENCIL CUrTBRS,
k bcr and Steel Stamps,
Rnilroud, Hotel, BacnraM
inn! Urnss Checks, Seals.
??? .' ind si iran
lok?, l'ad?, Dater?, etc.
PIICENIX
and stencil works,
Job Printers,
Cot. NiviSOn and Church StA
CONSUMPTION
? * Milling w**k*n*
^ '. i >a* > St r^iifctth?
in f ??' r?o q uckett to all rnn-dowQ lyetcma
m I i the bfchly t-uaceuirit? yre-di* t?ted
L-tvt i'rn^r4tion?
LIOUiD PEPTONE
Ri r. < i rthrrdicotlon \ ?w < it ones
?? iTCulMloa?kitc* untursl sijur im*
,:..)?. i -v.t.nna ii.? .ttiun or ehiaiiCSla,
Kur Ml* Hurt..?., Nfartm A Co.
STITtSSOM .. Jl.smtio.a '>-n,!.t..i",i:,j.|; k^.r..
wrvvsrv-vvv-ifvvvvvvvvv'a
WATT, RETTEW & claw
Pretty Jewelry
at small cost.
We show a very complete
assortment of all the new nov?
elties.
The a\id-Summer Notion
Salb helps you to own them
at trilling expense.
Regular 25c. roll plate Brooches, wltB
rhlnestono settings, 10c. each.
Regular 00c. roll plato Brooches, hand
enamel, rhinestono and coral eeV?
tings. 25c, each.
Blaok Brooches, plain and with pearl
si ttings. 25c. each.
HAT IM N'S?Sterling silver Hat Pins,
now "5c. each. ,
Beautiful Jeweled Hat Pins, now 25c.
each;
Sapphire, garr.et and enamelled bead
Hit Pins, now Be. each.
Bl ick nnd colored hard enamel Hat
Tins, now 10c. each.
BEAUTY I'INS? Holl plato nnd black]
enamel Beauty Pins, now t> for Dc.
st rllng silver Beauty Pins, now lOo,
a pair. '
Esti i heavy roll plato Beauty Pln3,
now 19c. a pair.
Hai I Enamel Black Beauty Tins?
will not rub off?now lOe. a pair.
CUPP BUTTONS?Roll plato link Cuff j
But tons?same as offered elsewhere
at 80c.?hero now at Z5c. n pair.
Boys' and Ladles' small Cuff Buttons
?roll plate?now 25c. a pair.
Bla k Hard Enamel lank CutT But?
tons, now 19c. a pair.
STUDS?Roll plato Stud?, warranted
: i we tr?now 10c. for set of three.
Kelt plate Studs- warranted to wear
10 years? now 25c. for a set ot
ihree.
CHAINS?Stiver plated Lorgnetto on
Kan Chains?now 25c. each; with!
slides, 39 and 50c. ? ach.
Sterlinc Silver Ixirguctlo Chains, now)
7$c. and Jl.
Roll plate lorgnette Chains?now 25c.,
EOc . $1. $1.50 and $1.69. Theso are
remarkably cheap.
STICK PIN'S?All of our 10c. Stick;
Pins marked down to 5e. each.
All of our 25c. stick Plna marked
down to 10c. each.
COLLAR BUTTONS ? Tho famous
"Universal" Cellar Buttons ? roll
plat", celluloid backs ? will not
blacken theishlrt or shlrst waist?
lever tops?for the front, back and
cuffs?it styles to vhooso from?now.
2 for 5c.
CYRANO CHAINS? We- have sold
closo on to ;VX) of these stylish Cy
rano Chains during the past week.
We have tho only real assortment
In Norfolk.
G0-lnch Syrano Chains, tn crystal, tur
quolSO and crystal: Jet, irrldeseent,
und colored heads, now 15c, 25c.
and ROe.?a full third under regular
prices.
BELT RUCKLES?Dull and bright Jet
R< It Buckles?very scarce, but we
Rhow some excellent styles at 25c.
and 60c. each.
All of our 19c. Belt Buckles, now 10c.
each. w
All of ear 25c. Belt Buckles, now 15c.
each.
All of our 50c. Belt Buckles, now 25c.
each.
Watt.Rettew&Clay
Ghamberlin Hotel.
Rates $17.50 per week and up?
ward-; two in a room, $30 per week
and upwards.
du- open l to 10 p. m. Fish a
specialty.
Hop Wednesday and Saturday
nights.
ALAN F. CAMPBELL,
Manager.
Jy2J-to,sepl
Ladies' Waists,
Pique and Duck Skirts,
Outing Suits.
We give special attention
to all work of this de?
scription, and laundry
same in a first-class man?
ner.
M0NT1CELLO LAUNDRY
105 GRANBY ST.
_New Phone 874.
Jno. L. Roper. President.
Tazewell Thompson, Treasurer,
Louis T. Doble, Secretary.
the:
211 Main Street.
BOTH PHONES 258.
Patronise a home Institution. We want
v mr business. As an evidence, we guar*
anteo lowest rates consistent with safety,
n lolute protection and prompt attention
Jcio-ly_?
COOKE, CLARK & CO.
SASH, DOORS AND BUNDS*
Cabinet A\antels, Tiling and
Grates, Fine Builders'
Hardware,
Paints, Oils and Glass.
84 COMMERCIAL PLACE*
87 ROANOKE AVE.
DO YOU KNOiAf )
MHHT ?
RE NO VAT l NO HAIR MATTRKS3E*
Wo havo all kind* In stock, and mod*,
of best aiaterials.
WILlLARD B. BROWN, {
113 Mala stmW )

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