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THE NEWS OP" NORFOLK ON PAGES TWO, THREE, FIVE AND eIhGT
WEATHER REPORT._| Washington, July 29.?Weather fore? cast for Sunday: Virginia?Fair Sunday, with pros? pects <>f thtindcrstorihs and cooler Sun? day afternoon; fair Monduy; co <\ weather will laut till Tuesday, at least; light southerly winds, becoming north? westerly. North Carolina?Showers and cooler Sunday aftern ton; probably fair .Mon? day; variable winds becoming north? westerly. Norfolk ?ml Viclnliy, WE ATI! EH FORECAST FOR i TO-DAY. Threatening and wann; Bhowcrs and cooler in afternoon; variable winds, be? coining northwesterly. TEMPERATU It Ii, RAINFAL.li AND 11UM1 D1TV. July 20, ISO?. Maximum tomporaturo . RS Minimum temperature . 70 Normal temperature . 70 Departure from normal.plus ;'. Departure front normal since Jan? uary It*l .minus IV Rainfall In past 21 hours.II Rainfall slnco first of month.5.29 Mean relative humidity . 91 CALENDAR. Bun rises, 5:08 a. in.; sets, 7:11 p. m. TIDES. Norfolk?High water, *-':."?" a. m. and S:HL' p. m.; low water, s:.',>; a. in. and 30;fii p. m. Old Point?High water, 2:31 a. m. and 8:11 p. m.; low water; ^.:;.*i a. in. and P.40 p. m. ims: it. SBIiDNRR.?A( Virginia llcach, F Idav, July 2Sth. at 2 a. in., IIIM.IKRT At.AN, aged II month-, young. ..i sou of A. It. and Rose Si bluer. Itemnlns will arrive :it Virgluln Reach DciMjl at Norfolk Sundnv, tin- 30th lieu., tit 10:50 a. in., and will be tnki n thence to ihr- Hebrew Cemetery, where iho s. r Vices will he held. Jy29-2I GEORGE. Miss MAGGIE GKOItGE died July sollt; at 12:30o'clock, at the resi? dence, of her sister. No. 30 P ink street, Funeral win take pi:. from above, resi? dence THIS (Sunday) MORNING at I! o'clock, after which tin- remains will be interred in Elmwood Cemetery: KNIGHT.- In this city, at the residence! of parents, No. v?,7 church street; Satur? day, July 29th, 1599, at ? o'clock p. 111, MARION v.. only dnubhlcr of Cliarles C mid Itoiulo 13. Kiilght, uged C mouth and 11 diiys. The funeral w II take place at the Brave i'i Elmwood Cemetery THIS (Sunday) A FTEKNt I? ?N at o'i loi k. ^oniimnnts and Brairestones, The selection of a suitable memorial In marble or g can 1'' can ha readily innriA from r r .stork, for WO carry tlio largest assortment ?f llnlsh til designs In tlio Fouth. THE COOPER MARBLE WORKS fKMnhlMltril ?><> V??.,, ?.> inn-ia:i it. si. voriota. v?. l3. r. o. e:. Members of NORKOL.K LODGE NO. .?><;, T.. I\ ORDKIt 101.KS, nie requested to assemble in I .od go Itooin TO-MORROW (Monday) AFTERNOON at o'clock to receive Iho Grtind I^)dge (Mllcers and at? tend I ho excursion. Soe'al Hadges. W. U. I.ANGL.EY, Se rotary. a. a. O'NIELD, Exalted Huh r. It A M IMI>3 IMS. wiQUJ i ho : ll?Ui? Bf a WWW S ill osi-AP. P. FissoN.Manager walter garry.Ki.iee Manager Week of July 31, ! S99. Performances Daily 4:30 and 8:30 P. \\. Announcement of Special Attractions in Tuesday's is^uc. (1 HAND HE-OPENING OP THE AU T IJITORIUM THEATRE FOR Till; SI MMEK SEASON ON MONDAY EVEN? ING; JUDY ICTH! Tho house will bo cooled with electric fans and liquid a r. New faces and up-to-dato Vaudeville en? tertainment, i'li- cs, 10, 15 and ;ic. Jyfl-tf CHOICE SELECTED SPICES ?FOR PICKLING? Trotter's Drug Store, 338 Main Street, Corner Church. Add goods hold c. o. d. Piano Mm sale We are Retting ready for n big Fall trade and hi\.> ordered large shipment of Pianos from our factory. This menus \\> must ellsj m of ovi ry I'lano in out war. - rooms within mx: th'rty days. Wo have j.irj*.- stock of second-hand pianos taken in exchange as part payment <>u "The Pcttrlcss Slelff Piano." Some of these pianos we cat) sell as low as $40, Write i ostill for special price list. Stieil Factory Warerooms, MONTICELLO HOTEL. GRAN.BY ST. TUN STALL & SCHEIB, SASrl. DOORS AND BLINDS Builders' Hardware. Plato and Sheet Ciafs, iron Work. EiUra.-.tis cheerfully furr.lsked. 22-1 in MUSICAL NOTES New York Singer at Freemason Street Baptist Church To-Day. Knoxville Coll es* Q?nrlell? to Visit Kor folk ? Ileiiultrul Nci* Sacred nuni i?y ;tir. Eugene Slnrke? oilier Notes. Miss Kate Lathan, of Washington, D. ? has Mied tho position of .-ii'pr.ui.i so? loist at the Freemason Street Baptist Church for the past two Sundays. Miss Bracher, of New York, who possesses a rich contralto voice, wUI sing at tho morning service at tho above church to-day. ? * * a T!:~ Langhornc Music Co. is prepar? ing1 for a most active campaign. It has placed an order with its lithograph? ers rdr orcln stra parts for both of Fred Fan-ell's coon hits. "There's Only < me ami l>;it Ain't You" and "It's a Hot Combination." and als.? ordered n band medley for -I pieces of above pieces. They lire ;ils.> about to adveitlse these .-?onus in order to get thnin before the professional vocalists und hand lead Mr. Eugene P. M.uk*. organist a! Freemason Street Baptist Church, his r.ritly Compiet I a beautiful sacred dtt^t entitled "As Pants tho Hart." which Is how in the press and will bo its'tcil by his publisher, Theodore Pres? ser, of Philadelphia. Mr. Marks is the ?Author of several successful sacred > iuks. among which ore "God is Hove," also a.t whe ii is having it good stile. A Cuban gcritl tman wlin has been vis. Itlrig Norfolk friends for the past week, ii fev nights ngo hoard the popular new song "Sing Me A s.uig of the South." II., was s.uch pleased with the piece that lti- ordered "tie hundred copies sent i.. hint for presentation among his friends at Iinvana. The Knoxville College Quartette, of I Knoxville, Tend., now touring' the Southern States wlt.li great success. In? tends to visit Norfolk this fall. Among the ri portolro are two songs by Norfolk composers, "She Was BOrn in "id Vir? ginia'! and "No !.nving Voice to Cheer/' The rosti r "f this n d quartette is as follows: tie i. tJohnsi n. ilrst tenor Thos. Elliott. see,ool tenor; .T. A. Chandler, baritone; IT. s. Tartar, basso-. Jasper Billard, pianist and J. W. O. Garrctt manager. Gary arid Walters, the song Illustrat? ors, who hive become well known here by their work tit Ocean View, have been booked for a season of fifteen weeks with tile Oscar I'. Slssori Comedy Com? pany that will op. ri Its. season in a few weeks. *'! * Miss Esli r Wallace, the charming lit? tle comedienne, will also be an attrac? tion of the ?i. p. sisson Company. The refined parlor sketches she takes part In with Mr. Sisson, have always boon pop? ular in Norfolk ami fit Ocean View. M isrs. Norton Casey yesterday ro < elvi it, read over, corrected and return? ed marked ?, K. the proofa of a. new waltz song in the popular stylo entitled ".lust Across tho Way." The theme w as suggested by .1 prominent sign on Mair. sir. ? t. "Ma Baby Got Ma. Telegram." the n< iv coon s >ng; words by Mr. .1. Vlck ery Larighorhe ami music by Mr. Fred Stansflcld, the well known ragrtltne pianist and leader of the Ocean View orchestra, was recently introduced at Ocean View with gri it su.?s? by Vlok Roberts, tin- popular erid man of the Simmons ami Slocum's minstrels. The song is in press ami w ill soon be on sale. The title page design was drawn by Mr. I.nngliorne. It will include a tine half t. portrait of Miss Mamie War? mish, who is noW successfully introduc? ing this s-'iig ;it "The Howard," Bos? ton, Mass. We v-W "Tile W. .1 1.ii.t . f the nnd tin- Hose." "The Wedding of the Chinese ami the i?...m" ami the matri? monial CriiJte has reached Norfolk, for Mr. George A. Norton, author of many popular Song successes, is nbout to spring "Tiie Wedding nf the lobster and the i'i.ib." It will be in "ripple time" ami will be off the pu ss sh irtly. The week at (?.? an View -win be largely doVotcd :?> musical productions by Norfolk composers. The orch< stra will open tu - performance each night with th.- famous "Hough Riders' March." Mi.-s Ester Wallace will sine the new success, "Sing Me ..\ Song of tie- South." She will be supported by o m ile quartette composed of Norfolk The quartette led by Mr. Williams will sing tie old favorite. ''NO Wedding Ib lls for li t" ami "In the Shcnnndoah Valley/' Gary find NValtersj the pop? ular song Illustrators, wili el.is,, their last week's! engagement at Ocean View with "White is My Boy To-rilght?" illustrated by i ?erl is of fine slides spe? cially prepared by the Chicago Trans? parency ?'?>. All .?t" the above wer,, com? posed by Messrs. Norton & Casey. t ?V o. HXI I' KN IO\* AllgllHl I-lli. 10 Xiilnrii! Iti-Htge ami l.nrnj luv? en?, s lie 7tli. mill Sill. IVunilcri Hl I lie \\ in til. i mi Saturday. August 12th th- Ches? apeake and Ohio railway will run a delightful ami Interesting outing to the wonderful Natural Bridge of Virginia find the Caverns of Im ray. Steamer Louise will leave Portsmouth at 6:40 a. m. Norfolk, T."" a. m., August 12th, 11 i.-ts guod i r return passage until Angus') 21st. Botirid trip from Norfolk. Fori Moiiroe, llnmpton ami New-port News to Natural Bridge ami Lit ray, go? ing \ i.i Byn< hburg ami returning via I Basic City, $7.0i)| lo Natnral Bridge only, going and returning via James River l?iv.si.in. $i.;o. Special arrange? ments have been made accommodate excursionists at Natural Bridge Hotel and :?: Hotel Laurence a: Ltiray at $2 per day. Charge of only $1 will be made for transfer from Natural Bridge sta? tion t,i hotel and return, including ad? mission to tlie Bridge. Excursion will be handli l on r< gulnr trains, w hich will insure good s- rvlce. Pot- further infor? mation apply to V. W. Curd. Passenger Agent, Norfolk, Va. Jv29.30.au220.127.116.11.U. THE TUG HERCULES. SPOKEN BY THE SCHOONER 6AM UELi CASTNER. Capt. Thos. Moon, of Iho tug Her? cules, reports speaking the schooner Samuel Castner, of Philadelphia, at 10:10 a. m., the 2Sth Inst. The Castner leportcd that on the night of the 27th she ran over the sunken barge Caravan on the outer Middle Shoal, knocking out one of the barge's ma?ts and car? rying away the Jib boom and headgear of the Castner. The Castner is loaded with pine wood for Philadelphia and proceeded on in-r voyage, it was not known if her hull was damaged, as there was no sign of h ak then show I Ihg. The barge Caravan lies in a position dangerous to navigation, as the above statement shows and should be re? moved at once or blown up. The barges Washington and Chap? man Mere allowed to lie on the tail of tlio Horse Shoo much longer than they should have h on and no; until a hirge number of protests w< re flled and sev? eral accidents had happened were they removed. Tito Castner had a narrow escape from found' t ing', and this wreck should be given attention at once. ?luirgcri Willi KhO|?IWIIIg. Frank Fogarty, a young: man claim? ing Seattle, Wash., as his honte, was arrested yesterday afternoon <>n the charge of shoplifting from Burk & Company's clothing store on Main street, it is said that this young man was seen hi tlie act of taking handker , hi >fs from the counter and was caught and InM by clerk's until an olliccr ar? rived. Four gold scarf pins, four hand ki i thiefs and Hire.- neckties wer.- found <;ll his person. Fogarty Is now .at police headquarters awaiting preliminary trial before Jus? tice Tomiin to-morrow morning. NEW LIGHTSHIP Admiral Higginson, of the U. S. Lighthouse Board, Here. lie Hope? to Seem e n Lightship Tor Ilnraoahoo .S!ioal - Would I.tlio In Sen Coal l.nnillllg Facilities nl Jewell's I'olui. I Admiral Francis .1. Higginson, chair ' :n.in of tin- Lighthouse Board of the United States, readied Norfolk yester? day on the Washington Btearner. lie w.ll return to Washington to-night. Admiral Higginson has frequently visited Norfolk and last night, in con? versation with it representative of the Vlrginlnn-Pilot, at the Monticello Ho? tel: where In- is stopping, commented v< ry favorably mi the evldi tices of prosperity and progress in Norfolk. A NEW LIGHTSHIP. He stated that Iiis visit here Is mere? ly tor rest and recreation and entirely , of up unofllcliil nature. Asked In rc ! gard to tiny lighthouse changes under consideration for this seel I in, be statt d thai lie hoped to g.-; a lightship on the tail of the Horseshoe Shoal, inside the i ?ai.es. and said that, this would be of particular benefit to Baltimore com? merce. COAL-LOAD I NO AT SEA WELL'S POIN T. Admiral Higginson inquired about the now lin- to Sewell's Point and . x prcssed a hope that arrangements c< uld be made to send coal over that line to Sewell's Point, to be taken by ships at that point, as it would ho. in his esti? mation, an Improvement over the pres? ent means of coaling hero. BIG GOVERNMENT ORDERS. SECURED BY A NORFOLK FAC? TI >RY?TWENTY-EIGHT HAM ?S ADDED YESTER1 >AY. The Chlcora Mills reports heavy orders in all its lines of manufacture. ! The mill and manufacturing c impany has also many heavy orders on hand. H has just received an order for 3,000 quarts of mucilage for th" United States Postoflicc Department. Last week tlie company Ailed a heavy mucl-l "Tnre. order for Me Department of Agrl culture. Yesterday th.- Chlcora Mills put twenty-eight new bands at work, in tin- knitting mill. Tin- company is now als.? filling n' heavy order for tin- Department of the Interior. This calls f..r 1.S00 Quarts. Their quick drying ink pad has recently been Improved and largo sales are be? ing mad-. The Willard Manufactur? ing Company has recently opened an oflii ami war. r ..ms in the Postal Ti I. - graph building at New York, owing to tie- Increasing demands in tii.. East. A Telephon? fJIrl*? l.ons. Las', evening, while .Miss Eva Flnnnl gnn, a young lady operator at the Boll Telephone Exchange, was on her way home she lost $|5 that was enclosed in one of the envelopes Used by tic com? pany. Miss Flnnnlgiin lost i- while go lllg along Hank or Main streets, mill missed it when she reached th.- Miller. Rhoads & Co.'s store. Tie- money los I represents a large sum to the loser, and it is hoped that it will lie found by some in.nest person who will return it to tin- young lad} . Con viele?! ?i stealing iiraehei?, Richard Jones, the well-known white man, who was arrested Friday fop stealing bracket.; from th" Santos building, was arraigned before Justice Tomlln. II. Mess In gor and C. L. Curl? ing were arraigned for buying the stolen brackets. Jones was given 90 days in jail and tlie two lath r ? re dis? charged. t'rnU? on Hi.- siren. About"sixty of the Naval Ret und' r command of tic Li- tttenant Commander, left th" city on their gun? boat, the Siren, at ?5 o'clock las; nlffht for a cruise up tlie James to Rich? mond. They will return late this even, lug or early Monday moriilng. I: goes without saying that a warm welcome awaits the beys in tlie I'apit.il City. Meanii-r Mohjnck. fake the handsome new s- nmer "Mobjack." of the OKI Dominion Line, for a delightful all-day trip o:i the water. She leaves Bay Lin? wharf dally, except Sunday, at 7:00 a. m. for M ibjack Day and landmntj i:i M Lthews and Gloucester counties. Fare only I 11 for cx.urston trip to return same I ri.iv. i#U-U FRATERNITY NEWS Brambleton Lodge No. 56 K. of P., Bought a Hall Yesterday. Columbia I.oil go No. 44, I. ??. O. I".. in uivo a Merl?* of Excursions?Sir, Brady Seriously Ill-UtUcr frater? nal Notet. Drambloton Lodge No. EG. K. of r.. closed a deal last night for Ingram's Hall, o.uncr of Uratnblcton and Res ervlor avenues. Th y are to pay $">,?'.?.? for the property. They will thorough? ly remodel and renovate the hall and put in gas. toilet rooms and other modern conveniences. The llrst floor will be used, as at present, f >r stores, and the second door for ussi mbly room for halls, parties and other gatherings. The third lloor will l>e used exclusively for I lodge purposes. The changes wdl ba made at once. ? ? ? Grand Cham ellor Gatlit, of the Graiid Lodge K. of P. of Virginia, paid a visi? tation to Charity Lodge, No. I", of Nor? folk, Thursday night, lie delivered ttn excellent address on the principles an I grow th of the order. ? * ? Mr. Krank II. Whil has been com-| missioned as a deputy by the Gre Sachem, George A. Tabb, of the i. o.; lt. M., to organize a new tribe "f lied Men at Suffolk. Mr. White has com? menced the werk hud h ? has already secured quite h list of Suffolk's most] prominent citizens. Prosp is ti bright for his adding a new and pr is perous tribe lo tho order in Virginia. Mr. John T. Brady, one of the load? ing Elks of this se tioii, is seriously ill at his residence at Portsmouth. Mis brother Klks and other fiends will| hope lo soon hear of his corivah sconce. Grand Secretary Parvln. of Iowa, 11-1 brarlan of the most ? mplcte Masonic) library in the world, makes from What ' lie deems reliable data, the follow lllg es? timate of the number of Freemasons in the world: United States. 750,000; Can I adu, :t"..<"io; England, Scotland, Ireland ami the col 'ivies, 215,000; nnn-nlllliatcd MaSOUS (estimated). -.'10.1 .10; total. 1,120,. eoo. In foreign countries, Central America. Mexico ami West Indies, l.V... j oiio; European, African and South American nations. 130,.Grand totul, 1,365,000. Elizabeth Camp No. 3, TV. O. W. will have work in the protection degree next Tuesday night, on which occasion quite a large class v ill be initiated into tho mysteries of wood, raft. Black IIa wie Ti. of Red Men had n large and enthusiastic meeting last Monday night. . % ? Lodge No. it. p.. p. ?> r.. of Saglnaw, Mich., is preparing for a StreH Pair and Midway Trades Carnival to be hi Id ) August 14, 1".. Pt. IT, Is an I If. The business men of thai city nie sending, nut unique ndvertisi ments of the evi ut on the backs Of their envelopes. This is the hone lo.ic,,. of Mr. George A. Reynolds, Grand Secretary of the Grand Lodge, who will be the guest of Norfolk and Portsmouth Elks to-mor? row. ? ? ? Columbia Lodge.' No. 41, T. O. O. P . will give an excursion t.< Buckroc Beach on August loth. This will be the lirst of a series of excursion to bo given this; summer by Columbia Lodge. Minne >la Tribe it, i Men. of Lynch burg. V.l., will send ti large body of warriors to Norfolk soon on the occa? sion of its excursion to Norfolk on Au? gust 8th. Tin y will be h- re for three days. One of the curious articles sacredly guarded in the lrdy house of the tern-I pie of the Scottish Rite of Freemasonry in Washington, the ofllcial residence of i1pn grand commander, i.-- the book of] gold. The lp.ly house Is now being Inrgcd to more tlmn twice Its original size, ami this fact revives the. interest In this ponderous volume of peculiar binding, locked with a. heavy gold clasp. Tln ie is but one key, and that is al? ways In the possession of the grand commander. Th.. most secret records .>f the doings of the supreme council and the recommendations and nomina? tions of the grand commander are be? tween Its covers. The p.iks of Norfolk ami Portsmouth will haven big time to-morrow on tho occasion of the visit! to this section of the national grand ohicers of the order. The visitors will rest to-day at t/vl Point Comfort. Their party is as f.r lows: Grand Exalted ttul r. B. M. Al? len, of Birmingham, Ala.; Grand Es? teemed l.eyal Knight .t. i>. Be, s. of Shi Francisco; Grand Esteemed Le ? aning Knight li.orge Meyer, of Pitts? burgh Pa.: Grand Secretary George B. j Reynolds, of Saglnaw, Mich.; Grand Treasurer Ed. S. Orris, of Moadvllle, Pa.: Grand Trustees IL W. Meats, of Baltimore; J, T. Fanning, bf Indianapo? lis, nn,I .1. D. O'Shi i. of Lynn, Mass. The .Irrnngi men! is to send a delega? tion to old Point to-niorrow. meet the grand ofllcers there, escort them to Norfolk to Kiks- llali. Academy of Music building, where an informal re? ception win be held from p. in. to ? P. m. The party will then take car? riages to the steamer Pocnhontas for -a trip to tin- Cap.es and a social session .?ii the bolt. The Naval Post Band has been engaged to furnish music. Re? freshments will he served on the p . vi lion!.is. This i:i in.- fust visit of the gi.imI officers to this section and all the Elks of Hampti n, Newport News Norfolk and Portsmouth will strive ti make their brief stay jn Virginia ii round of enjoyment; lie ItnriflnrlxiMl it Safe. The charge of breaking into the sat of the Norfolk Steam Laundry ami .? ?;? il.ng $176 therefr .tu. is what Georg. Barnes, c iloired, will have to face when his ease chines up for trial next \Vcd ncsday. The nafe was left open Tucs d ty ;. ght, ami as George was employe 1 at the laundry, suspicion was din tied towards Iii in. Ilrohll III? < ?Hur Hour. While away on his recent trip to the Mountains oi Virginia, Mr. Fred. Ch s nell fell and broke Iiis collar bone. He is attending to Iiis duties and will no douli: toon be as well as ever. LABOR DAY ARRANGEMENTS. SIXTY PRIZES ALREADY IN" THE HANI'S OF COMMITTEE. Work has already b gun on the hand? some Labor Day program by n sub tommltt.as sting of Messrs. Kirch nier and Orr. It will give a full direc? tory of all of the labor organisations if Norfolk: state the pi igress that the unions have made during the past year, and give a synopsis o( the most recent labor legislation in Virginia. PRIZES COMING IN. Tlie merchants of Norfolk are re? sponding very liberally to the call for prizes and have already contributed about sixty articles. Th se are id" a de? sirable nature ami w 11 i n i to attract competition in the athletic sphrts. Prof. Ward has the list of articles and will asign tlio prises, riw ording t ? his Judg? ment, to the various athletic events. They will soon be on .\|- bltloti in SOtni prominent show window on Slain street. THE PROGRAM COMMITTEE. Tliis commit:.>n advert sipg Is meeting with good success ami the bus? iness bouses of the city wilt be well represented. MEETING TUESDAY NIGHT. The full commute on Lab .1 Day w ". meet Tuesday night at S o i l ', k tu ;> r fect other arrangements, ami to in r reports of various sub-committ< ?? ?look oi llovat Itlue. The July number of the b >k of tin Royul Blue is eif unusual in:. 1 .,s u is a special "<;. A. R." number in '1 of their 3$rd encampment tit Philadel? phia next September. it contains a complete history if the importance of the U. A- O. Hallr. id during the civil war. nti.l tells of the struggles which took place on and near Its lin. s from 'ill to "?'??'?. giviti ; a chron? ological list of all the cngagem tits with a largo four-colored blrd's-oyi map of the debatable territory. The magazine is splendidly illustrat? ed hnd contains nn interesting accounl of tlie three days' tight at Gettysburg: the story of the struggle at Harper's Fi try: the blockhouses which wer. built, along the line; original poi HIS, and full information concerning the en ampmcnt at Philadelphia. ??11 n Plotting Trip. Mr Wash Lnmbei't's yacht, In enni mtind of Captain StcVO Seelingrr,-IrTx Campbell's'vvharf about 1-' o'clock last night with a patty of ten or twelve Norfolk gentlemen, and Mr. Harry Ro tnthnl, ..f Philadelphia, and Charles Dllworth, of Baltimore. Captain Soellhger will officiate as chnpi rone, pilot and k. eper of the bnIL The party will llsh for deep sen fish, shallow s.-.'i llsh and soft crabs. They expect to be blick, if no mishap occurs, by Monday or Tuesday. IVomrrii I nl<.11 out,-,. ItriniiTnl. The work of moving liie offices of the Western L'nlon Telegraph Company lo tlie new Quarters in the Dodson build? ing lias boon begun. The old switch? board has bccii Installed there ami will be at once connected up. A new switch? board has been placed for lern porn ry use in the present Otllce of the com? pany. Tlie company hopes 10 be in Its new quarters about August 20th. Deiilli ol 1% 1.11 (1c liny. Mr. and Mrs. A. I?. Scldncr lost by death tit their cottage at Virginia Reach Friday morning their youngest son, Herbert Alan, aged ll months. The remains will arrive in this city to-day on the 10:.".<> o'clock train, and w^ll be Interred in the Hebrew Cemetery. OTHER LOCAL ON PAGE 5 Catarrh comes un? bidden and resists our efforts to eject it. Uneven-nines, alone; it brings nouralg|a or nervousness; it may attack in several places at once. Lots of people have catarrh in the head, lironci.itis. indigestion ami kidney disease, ami it is all catarrh. When catarrh Is uneWstnni', it must be plain that no local treatment, cau reach it. Catarrh is systemic; it must bo plucked out. by the roots. The same remedy w ill cure catarrh wherever it is located if it will cure it anywhere. Pe-ru-nn has a spotless record as n enre for all catarrlial troubles. It lias cured many thousands during its forty years of use by Dr. Hartman. Read this letter from W. O. ?icasor, Kcin beck, la.: fc> Pe-ru-na .\Ted:'< irte Cc.. Columbus, O. Dt.AR SIRS! "I have used your Pe ru-na for catarrh ami neuralgia not over six weeks, ami find it will do even more than you claim for it. I have used sprays of different kinds ami got no relief. I was almost a total wreck until I commenced using your Pc-ru-nn. You may publish this statement if it will help any poor sufferer. I was once sic'.: in bed. not able to raise my head. After 1 heard of your medicine I determine.I to try it. After taking it a short time 1 was stronger, ami it was not long before I was out of bed, ami now ! am stronger than ever." JLd?* A?ocifc> IViiilinery. All Hats trimmed ami iin trimmed will be sold .it re? duced prices. During the months of June, July and August we will trim all Ii.ii> bought of us free of charge. LA MODE, MRS. H. POSNER. There is no alcohol, whisky or other intoxicant in SOVEREIGN REMEDIES. Sovereign Remedies are absolutely free from opium or miy other narcotic dni?. They do not create a craving lor stimulants and narcotics. SOVEREIGN REMEDIES LEAD ALL OTHERS. They are not "just as good," THEY ARE BETTER thau any medicines yon can purchase. ALL LEADING DRUGGISTS SELL THEM. [Conti On- following Testimonial*, Which Npcalt lor I hciiisol vo*. Sovereign Remedy Co : Gentlemen? 1 ..mini sufllclently thank you lor tlip Sample of yuur Rheumatism Remedy, which iuis relieved in? from much suffering. My l< ;- ami were swollen, und i hid a tt>rribh hurtling sen? sation, .nil hilil tu lav off from work Thanks to the. S ottlsh S, verei.cn Rheu? matism Remedy. 1 imi now resulne my imployttient, om 1 ant a weil man. iiml shall I..- pleased to recommend It wLlicre ever 1 go. Yours irulyj JA MKS D?NOHUB, \ . . ? Sill Iv. Baltimore St. Sovere.'gh Remedy c I'i ir Sirs -S'our Sovereign Rheumatism I Remedy i- ivonderful 1 have sutTi r ?! I n years wish Rheumatism. My Joints weri 1 stiff and could scarcely walk, i beard of yotlr great remedy, and 11 i. >l :t. Unding tu otn- bottle tie- rollet 1 had so cagorl> ' sought for. 'fiii- action was almost in-; Btanthnootis. and my absolute cur. ? was effi !? l in i days. Snail in- gin t ;.. reeonum nd your Rent- j edy wherever I go. Rt specif idly. MRS STEWART, Sovereign Remedy Co;t Gentlemen?lluvo.suffercd from 8 all last winter -could not work trh I doc? tors and lucdlcitio with n: avail. I.ist week I heard of tilt woiflerful >..\ Rheumatism Remedy, called ..nd it a. sample bottle, lifted it a. cording to din ?? tlOUS, and am thankful to say I am c.Urcd man; all pa ns have ceased, and I cannot sutuclcnilv thank you. I ? ilb ; on my doctor and told him i wan cured, and he s il l "he novi r exiu cted t i ^ c mo a \\< il man again," Shall i"' pleased to satisfy,hny suffercrf from Rheumatism of tic value ol yOui wonderful Sovereign Rheumatism lb m edy. Yours truly, UKO. II. WAIN, Jit., 107 N. I'oppll t.m St. LIST OF CURES. SOVEREIGN RHEUMATISM HTiE. for R imatlstn, aching Muscles, Sort? ie Stiff Joints. . ItEIGN COUGH AND LUNG i . re, :' r Pulmonary Coughs, liron chltls, Irritation of Lungs. SOVEREIGN DYSPEPSIA CURE, for I \ -I ? ;'-i.i. d railgt-d Stomach, Indlges SOVEREIGN LIVER CURE, for Torpid lt> ind engorged l-lv. r and Spleen. SOVEREIGN KIDNEY CURE, for dis? ordered Kidneys; Bladder, Pains tu the Hack, Urinary Distress. SOVEREIGN BLOOD CURE cleanses the ltlooiI of Its Impurities, taints. &r. SOVEREIGN NERVE CURB, for Nerv? ous Exhaustion and General Debility. SOVEREIGN HEART CURE, for weak? ened Ibart action. Faintuess, Fear, Fluttering, Pn ssure. SOVEREIGN CATARRH CURE, for Ca? tarrh. Sore Throat. Colds. Influenza. SOVEREIGN INHALING POWDER, lor S ??? Throats, Colds, lntlu enaa. Catarrh. S IVEREIGN ASTHMA i i re, for Asthma, con : on of air lubes, diftlculty in breathing. SOVEREIGN ANTI BILIOUS COM? POUND acts gent? ly und thorough? ly, neither pain nor grilling. EVERY* remed: its i) Avurrr. AND KLI i: 1. A Bill.. For Sale at all Druggists'. ii Vom Canum Obtnlii llic Inclining lini.i ioverelg-il Itoiiieillnn from Your Druggist, Write, ii,mill Ii it ill ite I'orwartlatl Prepaid. SOVEREIGN REMEDY CO. Home Offina: 1237 ARCH STREET, PHILADELPHIA, PA. SPECS?L EVERY DAY. As you pass by look In mir oast fron: window tit iho beautiful display of EM URI Ml >EltlES, from . >. p< r < ord up, VALENCIENNES LACES In a variety of .styb s, from 15c, i>< r ?ozoli yards up. ' WASH ClOODS reduced, Lawns that Wi re loc. ale now BJ?c. | ? :? ] it !. A few Crash and 1'. K. Hk its ; ft. Come early and obtain bargains. Sheeti? 40,50 and KM.sC. ItOlster r.i?ri, C" I Pillow i'as.-s 10 and PJVje. I luck, Damask and Until Towels, all at bottom prices. j L. H. WhMehnrst7 336 MAIN STREET. Now Phono 857. BEFORE THE WAR, PLEASE SEND ME A ROAST OF BEEF, j SINCE THE WAR, SEND ME A ROAST OF HOME KILLED BEEF! No danger, \vc have none but our' own kilk-vi Beef, Veal, I..mil) and Pork, Lard, Sau.i;tgc-,-e4c OPEN ALL L.W, IV if 11 PHONES. J. S. Bell, Jr. &Co., Corner Qiioimi and Church Sk. OCil) PHONE S35. NEW PH?NE 1010, HARD WOOL) ! IN CAR LOAD LOTS ,5 tist Rcceivecl? The best for Wood Heaters, seasoned or green. Deliver any quantity. CHAS. E. SCOTT & CO. 200 LOVITT AVENUE. old I hotie wi. New Phone UM. CO\lKAClOi<> . AND BUILDERS. In tto market for L!trie, Port? Ir.nd oi American Cement Pias, tcr. Hair, Chimney Pipe, Firs Prick. Lath or Shingles. .Si e us before >o-i buy. Wo are solo agent < for Acme C*mcrit Pias? tcr New No, 115 Water street. BATCHELDER & COLLINS DO YOU KN0W WHAT ? RBNOVATINO HAIR MATTRESSES, Wo have all kinds In stock, and mada cf best materials. w. ?. a itd E. rtnowN, 1SJ Mala six cot. Rates S!17.50 per week and up? wards t\VO in a room, SjO per week and upwards Cafe open l to 10 p. m. Fish a specialty. Hop Wednesday and Saturday nights. ALAN F. CAMPBELL, Ladies' Waists, Pique and Duck Skirts. Outing Suits. We sfive special attention to .ill work of this de scription, und laundry same in a first-class man? ner. MONTICELLO LAUNDRY 105 GR AN BY ST. New Phone 874. Jno. t* Roper, President. Tascw II Thompson* Treasurer. Louis T. Dobie, Secretary. the: 211 Main Street. BOTH PHONES 258. Patronize .1 home Institutton. Wo want your business^ As nn evidence, we guar? iinteo lowest rates consistent with safety, ... solute protection ana prompt attentiou. jeio-ly COOKE, CLARK & CO, SASH, DOORS AND BLINDS Cabinet .Mantels, Tiling and Grates, Fine Builders' Hardware, Taints, Oils and Glass. 84 COMMERCIAL PLACE. 87 ROANOKE AVE.