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THE NEW$ OF NORFOLK ON PAGES TWO, THREE AND SIX
^COOrTl?Al^
WANTED AT ONCE. GOOD COL
orou Cook for family at Virginia
. UOach; no washing or ironing; invisl give
references and stato wattes expected.
Apply between 9 mid 12 in tho morning at
Virginian-Pilot office, aul-tf
WANTED?TO RENT A HOUSE ON
or before) October 1st, 1899, west of
33unk 6treet, having lit or 11 rooms, with
nil modern conveniences. Address
HOUSE, P. O. Box 214. mi-l-3t?
WAiNTED ? EXPERIENCED H)U
L.ECTOR. Apply SAM. W. BOW
; ; MA?, 249 Main street. _U
WANTEl^nir AAl A N ('1? YEARS'
cxperlenco in imildlng and running
SJ saw, ehinglo and stave mill, position as
[ foreman or manager. Address Mil.I.
M-AN, 323 27th Street/ Newport News, Va.
oul-lw* _
jfj tr/. ANTED-MKN TO I.KAI1N BAR
TV bor trade New system, only eight
8 (Weeks roqirireiJ. Diplomas awarded and
Bj positions guaranteed when through. All
H tools donated. Summer rates. Write for
catalogue. MOT.Kirs BARBER SCHOOL*
S33 Bowery, New York City. au4-7t
yOUNtI M A N W ITH A GOOD ED
ucatlon desires a position: willing
? to start on small salary. Address M.,
caj*o Virglnlan-l'llot. uic-iw
ANTPiD-" 111 )~A BD ~?NI)~ROUM P.Y
?man and wife In a private family,
S near Bramblcton and Park avenues. Ad
I dress "Y.," 12S Charlotte Btreot, Norfolk,
B [Va. ' uu-lw*
ff i*! OO SCALER ?Y?'N'FsTi'?sITH >N AT
SL-JLI moderate salary: used to Heuling in
/water and on cars; satisfaction gunran
? teed. Address SCALER, caro Virginian
i . J?llot._jyl'S-lw*
EN A NTS WANTED FOR NEW
STORKS In course of erection on
? GRANBY STREET. Possession January
1, 1900. rians of the buildings can be,
B amlned and information given on nppli
K cation at the oflice of the agent. T. F
V ROGERS, Columbia Building, Granny
Street. Jy22-tf
HELP^\WANTED?M ALE.
ONEY TO PATENT flOOD IDEAS
_ may be secured by our aid. THE
ATENT RECORD. Baltimore, Md.
Je30-lm*
BO AR DE RSi
FIRST-CLASS BOARD AND COM
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month of August at 205 RldgO sire, ;,
Charlottcsvllle. Va. _.?tuM-lw'
HREE YOUNO MEN CAN GET
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and room SI.00 per week. 421 und 423
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; e.u3-th,fr,su-3t_
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FOR SALE^
F'?It" SALE- -W ILL SKLI/'a^WELI.
established business. paying- $200
per month char of expense, cheap;
reason for selling, changing business.
(Must apply at once. Address 234, caro
thlB oflice._aul-:tt?
I or SALE? LICENSE RETAIL MER
chant and Tobncco; also store
fixtures. Addr.s- WOOD ARD .v OOOD
RlDOK. P2 Water street. nu3-3t
0
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MONEY "?:."..^:
_SPECIA L JM OTCI ES.
FINE OPPORTUNITY?WE WANT
_^ v a reliable man, who understands
the Dumber business, to lake an Interest
I in and assist In management of a nice
\ Planing Mill Plant, located in one ef th.
liest towns In North Carolina. Capacity
> of plant about 20, wo (? > l dnss. d lumber
31er day. In good order. Dry Kins. An
f- 'abundance of hoards ::i reasonalile prices,
fi-''Favorable freight rates. Km further ln
T~ formation wrilo at olioe. 1.iu:k BOX II,
Lynchhurg, Va. au2-lw?
tiling,
?onus mi
Mixetiiitil i-'n en 1111 re Will I
V Mortgages and other securities; liberal
advances on salaries, rents, nnniilths,
'; '' tates and permanent incomes, 1 r.t.-i1 n
strictly private and all trans lotions rig
Idly confidential. NO H PI) Mi MORT?
GAGE LOAN COMPANY. W. II. Hof
Bielmcr. new No. .'"Js Main street, .Moritz
Ollico Building, suite .". and
?vtew SHi >1:e" M^VCKERElTlN BAR
j^j reis, halves, quarti rs and kits. New
Gross Herring, Corned Shad. Codlish, ete.,
cheap for cash. JOHN S. HUTCHISON,
20 und 27 Roanoko Dock. aul-3t
HE PRICES OF LOTS AT PORT
Norfolk w'll be itd-vanci i early In Au
gust. This j.ropi riy is gi .win: in value
D very rapidly. C ill on M. \\ . MASuN,
Columbia building, for n.-w map.
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m STONE, Agent. JjK-tf '
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wi, eor. Ward and Moron avenues. All work'
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Moi liH nml lluitilx.
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Blocks and bonds.
Southern Investment.
Correspondence solicited.
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easiest terms. LEO JUDSON, Academy
Of Music building. marl-lf
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. and Repairing Co.?Lcdlcs' S1111?
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and pressed. 75c? pants proiscd 10c car-'
pots a special 1 >-. in Main. New Phono 201.
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I for Irregularities, Lcticorrhoea or
any other Ovarien Troubles consult nit
JACKSON. 112 W. Mulberry street Bab
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THE SKIES ARE
BRIGHTENING
The Yellow Fever Scare Is About
Over,
COOD NEWS YESTERDAY
Xo New ('aura or Denilt? at (ha Hol
?ller'a Homo or IMiovbiiN? Encour?
aging Tclcg-rain? From Marine
Ilnsptlnl OUiclnln ? A Kyi mil OHorc?!
lo ^Refugee*. Many of Wlimii nrc
Anxlnn? lo Rolnru ? IN'orlolh'M
Strict Uunriwit lue.
Rifts appeared yesterday in tlio
clouds which have overhung this city,
Portsmouth and Berkley since Sunday
night, and the people were gratlilcd
by a glimpse of the silver linings. About
!) a. m. the Virginian-Pilot received
a 'phone message from the Newport
News quarantine office that no deaths
or new cases of yellow fever had oc?
curred at the Soldiers' Home since the
last report, and that nil.f the pa?
tients in the hospital had been trans?
ferred to the convalescent ward. Late
yesterday afternoon 1 >r. Wasdln, the
Marine Hospital Surgeon, wired this
paper as follows from Port Monroe:
"Situation at Phoebus and Soldiers'
Homo reassuring. Nothing in Hampton
so far.
(Signed) "WASDIN.
"Surgeon M. Ii. C."
GIVEN to THE PEOPLE.
These messages were given to the
people promptly, and confirmed the
good news publish) d In the Virginian
Pilot yesterday morning, with the re?
sult that the excitement which had pre?
vailed since Sunday night, when intelli?
gence reached here (>r the presence of
yellow fever among the inmates of the
Soldiers' Home at. Hampton, was al
inost, if not quite, completely abated.
Many people who left tho city in haste,
and Illy prepared, are anxious to re?
turn. They recognize now tho fact that
thoy became needlessly alarmed, and
that from the tlrst there lias been very
lit;ie danger that yellow fever would
reach this port, and if any ever exist?
ed, it. has disappeared.
THE LOCAL AUTHORITIES.
Acting- upon the principle that fore?
warned Is forearmed, the authorities
lure will continue the excellent pre?
cautionary work inaugurated until the
last vestige of fever disappears from
the Home and Phoebus, rind Surgeon
General Wyman, of the Marine Hospi?
tal Service, gives both places a clean
bill Of health.
NO DANGER ON THIS SIDE.
The Washington correspondent of the
New York Herald yesterday wired a
Seaboard Air Line official here as fol?
lows:
Washington, D. C, Aug. a. iso<).
Dr. Wyman thinks he has the situa?
tion well In hand. Lapse of another
day without any Bprcnd Is most en?
couraging. Every day lessens the lia?
bility of the disease getting outside of
present territory. Report from Norfolk
nnd Portsmouth show no persons there
who were exposed to the disease. It Is
not believed Mint there Is any danger at
either t.lace. WILLIAMS.
WHAT DR. WYMAN SAYS.
Surgeon General Walter Wyman, of
the Marine Hospital Service, Is in full
accord with the precautions being ta?
ken by the Norfolk quarantine author?
ities, as will be shown from the follow?
ing statement by him:
"I deem tliis measure quite as Im?
portant just now as cleaning of the
cities to which Infec tion might extend,
it Is a proper precaution to take, but it
need not cause unnecessary alarm.?
Visitors from the localities mentioned
should be kept under medical observa?
tion for from eight to ten days. De?
velopment of fever of any sort during
that period should be sufficient cause
for Isolating the ease and no! if vine the
health authorities.
"Fortunately the area, of Infection at
Hampton and Phoebus Is believed to be
a very limited one. Nevertheless some
person from that region may have been
exposed, and in from three to ten days
might give evidence of fever. Now .(
such a person should be promptly iso?
lated, there would be no excuse for the
disease spreading, it Is the duty <>f all
citizens to take cognizance of these
facts and to act accordingly.
"1'oople who in the past month have
been visitors at Hampton, simply pass?
ing through tho grounds, would not ne?
cessarily have been exposed to Infec?
tion. Bui people who have been living
there it greater or less time are the ones
who should be watched, just as is now
being done by the local health Officers
here in Washington."
DR. SMITH IN CHARGE HERE.
Dr. A. c. Smith. Passed Asslstnnt
Surgeon Marine Hospital Service, ar?
rived in the city yesterday from Ro?
chester, N. Y.. where he lias been on
:i leave of absence. Dr. Smith Imme?
diately look charge of the Marine Hos?
pital office here, and appointed Dr. P
St. I*. Monctire. of Norfolk. Assistant
Surgeon in charge of Crancy Island.
Norfolk's detention station.
It Is Dr. Smith's opinion that the
few persons Who have taken flight und
fled from the fever aro unnccessnrially
alarmed.
NORFOLK WILL SEND PRO?
VISIONS.
Norfolk's merchants having been fur?
nishing provisions for the Soldiers'
Home at Hampton, a conference was
held yesterday between Mayor John?
ston, the health authorities, Mr. M. 11.
Crowcll, Of tho Old Dominion Steam?
ship Company, and several merchants,
to arrange for the transfer of provisions
from this city to the Home, Phoebus,
Hampton ami old Point. The transfer
will begin this morning by the t (Id Do?
minion line. An open uninhabited
barge will he anchored between Crancy
Island and Lambert's Point, and tho
provisions will be carried from Nor?
folk on the steamer Luray. From there
they will bo taken to the points named
by the steamer Hatteras, which will
fly a yellow flag and carry an inspector
to be appointed by Dr. Lynch, Assist?
ant Quarantine officer. The merchants
represented at tho conference were
Messrs. Hough &- Cruser, Hnbbs &
Keeling, Williams Bros., W. J. Dil
wortb .\- Co., C. W. Pentrcss & Co.,
George H. Dawos and (i. & It. Rarrett.
I NORFOLK'S STRICT QUARANTINE.
As an Instance of Norfolk's strict
Quarantine, the following from yester
day's Riehmond Dispatch Is worth
reading:
"Norfolk's quarantine seems to be as
strict as it is possibles to muke it.
"Yesterday morning Miss Fitchett. a
young lady of Norfolk, who had come
to this city from Old Point, or Ruck
roe Bench, hoping to evade the quar?
antine which Norfolk has established
against Ohl Point, boat (led the Norfolk
and Western train for home.
"All went well until Tucker's was
readied .about nine miles west of Ports?
mouth. At that point quarantine Inspec?
tors entered the train. Miss Kitchett
was in fear and trembling. But she
could not tell a story when the inspec?
tor asked her where she came from.
She had to tell him that he had been
staying at Old Point, and that she had
been in Richmond not two days.
"She had to get off the train. So did
about two dozen more persons?male
and female?who were trying to get in?
to Norfolk from the infected district by
way of Richmond."
ASYLUM OFFERED REFUGEES.
Mayor Wirt Dunlap. of Blacksburg,
yesterday sent Mayor Johnston the fol?
lowing dispatch:
"Blacksburg would be glad to en?
tertain some of your refugees."
The Mayor replied by wire us follows:
"Please accept thanks oT the people
of Norfolk for your kind offer. Fever
has been confined to the Soldiers' Home
and there is no fear of the disease
reaching this city."
TRUE TO HIS HOME. i
police Commissioner A. P. Thorn, who
Is spending a vacation up North, ar?
rived In New York yesterday and call?
ed up Mayor Johnston over the long
distance telephone and informed him
tlii't he was ready to return immediate?
ly to tho city if the occasion required
it. Tho Mayor replied that there wns no
necessity for his return at this time.
AT CRANKY ISLAND.
There are now about twenty persons
being hold at the Norfolk and Ports?
mouth detention station on Crnney Is?
land. One of tho buildings there lias
boon arranged comfortably, and it Is
more of a pleasure than otherwise to
spend a few days on the pretty green Is?
land.
WILL FUMIGATE MAILS.
The PostoRlce Department has do'
eidod upon the fumigation of all United
States mall hereafter to leave the quur- j
antine section. Colonel J. R. Waddy.
Norfolk's postmaster, yestcrdnv after?
noon received from Hon. C. W. Vlck
ery, superintendent of the third divis?
ion of tho railway malt service, a tel?
egram advising him of this fact. The
ollires affected are at Phoebus. New?
port News, Hampton and Fortress Mon?
roe.
There has been some comment on the
fact that 110 orders had been given for
the fumigation of mails from Phoebus,
since tho Soldiers' Home mail goes
through thai otlleo. and tho people
generally will approve of this precau?
tion on the part of the Government.
W11 AT DR. STERNBERG SAIO.
In reply to Pr. NewblU's telegram
printed in yesterday's Virginian-Pilot,
Surgeon General Steinberg, of the
nriny, yesterday wired the following:
C. F. Ncwbitl, President of the Board
of Health. Norfolk:
I made no prediction for publication,
hut remarked in conversation tlr.it the
disease was very lik?dy to spread
among the resident population in the
Immediate vicinity "f the Home, but
that I did not believe it was likely to
extend to Norfolk, Newport News or
Northern cities.
(Signed) STERNBERG.
Surgeon General.
HEALTH OFFICER REMOVED.
Dr. Rugby, health officer at Newport
News, has been suspended by the Coun?
cil of Hint city. It was charged against
Dr. Bagby that he had been selling
passes through the Newport News
quarantine line for 25 find l?0 cents. Dr.
P.agby admitted ( barging for the pass?
es, his contention being Hist he had a
right to compensation for bis time. The
Council acquitted him of blame, hut ad?
vised his retirement to restore tho con?
fidence of the people. Dr. Hobson was
appointed in his stead.
EFFECTIVE OCEAN VIEW PATROL
About 8 o'clock yesterday morning a
canoe carrying a tall was seen beating
up and down along the shore near
Ocean View, and il was soon apparent
that the two men in ii were trying to
land. They were followed along the
shore and kept off, linally sailing away
toward ('ape Henry, where tle v again
tried to land nut were driven oft". Some
members of Grimes' Battery fired In
their direction and linally put a shot
across the bow of their craft tun order
to stop.) Then they lowered their sail
an.l officers wen: to -a point near them
in (1 small boat. They found in the ca
i. two colored men who said they
were from Hampton, .
The Bteamer Ocean View was called
and tiie canoe ami the two men taken
to i 'i atiey Island.
NEWPORT NEWS QUARANTINES.
The Virginian-Pilot's Newport News
rept titatlvc sent over a 'phone nn-s
sng. tit a lite hour last night to the
> tt that the Board of Health of that
town had decided lo quarantine against
Norfolk an.l Portsmouth.
The notion of the board Is not gen?
erally approved It is learned ninny of
the ? itizens look upon it as largely n
retaliatory measure.
t o fOiiiivp iiio tytioMit.
Effectually yet gently, when costive or
bilious, to permanently overcome habit?
ual constipation, to awaken the kidneys
and liver to a healthy activity, without
irritating or weakening them, to dispel
headaches, colds, or fevers', use Syrup
of Figs, mad - by the California Fig
Syrup Co.
Onl> SI. %'lriOtiiu lie.ion unit Ketnrii
One meal and bath ftt the Atlantic
Hotel, nocommodnHons lirst-.lass. Per?
manent rates \ i i y low. Reason: This is
their advertising year. Try It. Tickets
for sale at Virginia Reach depot.
JyS-su.w.fr-lm
Kprelnl Kalle.? ?'. A- <> R. K.
On a. . .Hint of quarantine conditions,
the Chesapeake and Ohio railway will
discontinue, unless otherwise notified,
for the next live days (eliding Sunday
night, August 6th), steamer service be?
tween Norfolk an.l Newport News and
vice versa.
Persons wishing to go to points on
tie- Chesapeake and Ohio railway west
of Richmond .luring this period ciin
purchase tickets at Not folk and West?
ern railway, using that line to Rich?
mond and Chi Bapeake and Ohio beyond
The Norfolk and Western's 7:40 a. in
and 4:3fi n. m. trains from Norfolk to
Richmond connect at the latter place
with Chesapeake and Ohio trains leav?
ing at 2:1". p. tu. and 10:30 V m. dally,
chair car and Pullman reservations
can bo secured, to bo taken at Rich?
mond, by applying at Chesapeake und
Ohio Ticket Odlce. No. 'J2 Granby str< et.
F. W. CURD,
&112-51 Fuisnnnrer l??nl
IMPORTANT ACTION
Taken Yesterday at Conference
With Quarantine Commissioners.
l.lcui i?must Cniiliiirtmlor Adnmi, ol
Use NltVftl llurrif?, 1'larril 111
('??mint ml of ? Fleet of ElglH
Vcmela.
At ;i meeting of the Norfolk Mcilir.il j
Society, held Tuesday, a committee,
consisting of Drs. M. M. Nash nml '
Southgtlte Leigh, was appointed to Walt
on Governor Tyler and request him to
assign tlie steamers of the oyster navy
to duty in quarantining against the in
fectcd district.
The .steamer ChcsaiKMlkc, Captain
Hudglns, reported for, duty, and has
been assigned to the coast north of
Old Point Comfort. The steamer Acco
mac, Captain J. Couston, Is on her
way from the Eastern Shore, and last
night her arrival was expected hour?
ly.
Yesterday the committee was In fre?
quent telephone communication with
the Governor's office at Richmond, In
regard to the Naval Reserve boat Si?
ren, with the result that the Siren was
ordered to immediate duly.
SPECIAL ORDER.
This order was as follows:
In compliance with the request for
I aid of the quarantine officer at Nor?
folk. Commander R. P. Adams is here?
by ordered to place proper officers nnd
crew abqtird the ship "Siren" and re?
port with said ship to Dr. F. S. Hope,
quarantine officer for port of Norfolk
and Portsmouth, and obey such orders
ami perform such duties as he may di?
rect in supporting the laws and aiding
in enforcing quarantine regulations.
By order of the Governor and Com
mandcr-in-Chlcf.
WILLIAM NALLE.
Adjutant General.
CONFERENCE II ELD.
At 5:30 p. m. yesterday there was a
conference between Lieutenant Com?
mander Adams, of the Naval Reserves,
Dr. Hope, and the Board of Quarantine
Commissioners.
Commander Adams was placed in
command of the quarantine fleet of
eight vessels, lie has full authority in
every respect.
The licet will patrol the waters from
Cape Henry to above Pig Point. The
number of vessels will be increased if
necessary. They will patrol tiiglu a nil
day.
SIREN HAS A SEARCHLIGHT.
The Siren has a powerful search?
light, Which will be of great aid in
searching out small vessels. She also
has a one-pounder to enforce orders.
The organization of this Heel ought to
afford reassuring protection to this sec?
tion, und it seems tn leave no chance
of vessels passing through the patrol
line from the infected district.
The people of this section should be
grateful to the Governor for his prompt
action, lie has also offered to do any
think else in his power to aid In the
emergency.
TRUCKERS' PATROL BOAT.
The truckers along Nansemond river,
near Pig Point, have employed a lug
ami manned her, lo patrol in that sec?
tion ami turn back boats fiotn the In?
fected district.
DR. BPOWN'S CONDITION
11E CROWS WEAKER AND Till.
END IS NEAR.
Information from Ashland Indicates
that Hey. A. C. Brown, I >. D., late Pre?
siding Elder of the Norfolk District of
the Virginia M. I-:. Conference, is grow?
ing weaker und llie end is near.
It was given out some time ten days
ago that the Doctor's condition had
greatly improved. Friends who saw
him realised, however, that this Im?
provement was only temporary und
that he would never lie able to I'eSUmc
his work In the ministry.
The Fen I <?! Mr. Kill.
Mr. Mark H. Ellis writes the Virgin?
ian-Pilot that the statement to tie
effect that he rowed from Gloucester
Point In Norfolk in fourteen hours Is
erroneous. On the 6th of July he rowed
in a 10-foot flat Skiff from the Norfolk
Hunt club, at the foot of Freemason
street, to a point two miles below Cape
Charles City in eleven hours. The
parly who furnished this paper with
I tho original statement was slightly off
j in his geography.
Heller In Mx Hour*.
Distressing Kidney and Bladder dis?
ease relieved in sir hours by "New
("?real South American Kidney Cure."
It is a great surprise on account of its
exceeding promptness in relieving pain
;n bladder, kidneys and back, in male
or female. Relieves retention of water
almost immediately. If you want
quick relief anil cure this is the rem?
edy. Sold by Walke & Martin, drug?
gists. 108 Water street, Norfolk, Va.
I'ninrrlini licpr c?*i?n ?,r Kiammer,
Senator W. N. Hunch, from Larimme,
North Dakota, writes: "I am glad to
testify that Pe-ru-nn has greatly helped
me in strength, vigor and appetite"
For the nervous depression of spring
ami summer, Pe-ru-nn will lie found to
be Of great benefit. "Summer Catarrh."
by Dr. Hartman, Columbus, O., sent
free.
Mrs. John Carpenter. Perry. Okla?
homa, writes: "I took a bottle of Pe
ru-na ami received great benefit from
I. I suffered greatly from nervous
headaches nnd my nervous system was
completely broken down, i recommend
Pc-ru-na to nervous people "
l>uvllglii Bttrgliirn l'ntight.
The house at No. in.". Princess Anne
avenue, occupied by IM. Robinson, col
ored, and others, was entered in the day
lime and robbed. Yesterday Detectives
Heppel and Snowden arrested .lames
Scutch Ins and Tom Smith, alias Chris?
tian, colored, and the goods stolen were
found in their possession, it is thought
they are connected with other rob?
beries.
Carbolic Acid, 25c. pint at Trotter's
Drug Storo. corner Main and Church
Kj'cs V.x ?inlii. il I reo.
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. jeU?-tf
All In sight of monument. "Newest
Discovery" extracts teeih painlessly.
N. Y. Dental Rooms, ICnnes only, 321
H?l? .l,Ml ?M.-.?. Tnlhnt
FUNERALS.
MR. J. R. MOORE.
Mr. .las. 10. Moore, who departed this
lifo at his home, No. 107 Park avenue,
was born in Princess Anne county In
1S52. When the war between the States
broke out he was too young to enter the
ranks of tho army, but rendered tho
Confederate government such service as
w-.is in his power. For a number of
years after tho war he was In the
Coast Survey Service of the United
States, lie was engaged in business III
this city for over twenty years. Ho
was twice married. In IST? to Miss
Fisher and in 1889 t<> Miss Nannie
Smothers. In politics ho was a Demo?
crat. A widow and six children BUr
vlvc him.
The funeral was held from tho Park
Avenue Presbyterian Church, Bramble
tiMi. at 5 o'idoek yesterday afternoon,
and was largely attended. Washing?
ton Lodge, No. -'. I. O. O. F., and Bram?
ble ton Lodge, No. 56, K. of P., of which
he was a member, were present in
bodies. The services wore conducted
by Rev. B. B. McCluer, assisted by
Rev. J. J. Hall. D. D., of Park Avenue
Baptist Church. The remains wore laid
to rest In El in wood Cemetery.
MR. JOHN L. WILLIAMS.
. Tho obsequies of Mr. .lohn L. Wil?
liams, who departed this life at his
homo. No. 215 Olbbs hvenue, Wednes?
day morning, was held from tho resi?
dence at P o'clock yesterday morning.
Tho services were conducted bv Rev.
.). J. Hall, l>. D., Of Park Avenue Bap?
tist Church. His remains wore taken
to his former homo In Princess Anne
county for Interment in the family
burial g ?und. The deceased was In
tho 2.">th year of his age.
DEATH OF MRS. EMILY WALLACE
The funeral of Mrs. Emily Wallace,
aged ss years, who died at her homo in
I lenders..ii. N. ('., yesterday morning,
will occur in Norfolk this morning.
Tho remains will arrive over tho Sea
board Air Line this morning at 7:55
o'clock. The interment will be In Elm
wood Cemtcry on arrival of th" train.
Rev. Dr. Lucy will conduct the funeral
at the grave
a *Sn>r?w ??:??? >i?? l'rom Nerton*
ActMUi-ni.
There c.nno near being a serious ac?
cident on the county road, a short dis?
tance this side of th- City Park. Wed
nes lay evening. A large wagon being
pulled by a team returning from
the county. Illloil with a pleasure party,
attempted to turn out of the railroad
to allow a car behind it to pass, and in
doing so got Immediately in front of
;i street ear approaching from anolhei
direction on the opposite track. The
driver got his horse out of the way, but
the approaching car struck the velllcb
causing much excitement among its .??-I
CUpantS, one of Ihe ladles tainting.
Rut for the timely action of the mot u
man a serious aci Ident would no doubt
have resulted. However, the foi.I
the collision was sufficient to CaUSe Hit
car-fender to double up.
Tili- Horn.I I tit- Wny*.
The Merrltt Wrecking Company's tug
Rescue, one of the largest wrecking
lugs ill the world, ts hauled out on Co
lonna's railway at Berkley. Th.- Res?
cue has on board a complete Ice mak?
ing and electric light plant. The |< ??
plant is used on long trips in equatorial
waters for making tin- i.--- heeded by
the wrecking crew. Her work carries
her lo far-distant waters, to the shores
of Africa, or any other part of the
w orld where she may be called.
'?Ilnnitilon It on,l<." Met.I Up,
Tho steamer Hamilton Roads, which
has boon in dock at Hamilton for sev?
eral days, was taken in charge by the
patrol ile.-t in Hampton Loads yester?
day. There were a number of passen?
gers, presumably from Hampton, on
board the steamer, and she had started
to land th-in le r-. according to the re?
ports. She was taken in charge by one
of the police patrol tugs, and is now
anchored off Lambert's Point, the quar?
antine officials refusing to allow her to
proceed.
P.nli Cmilintl or. Heel Inc.
The Park Committee of Councils
met yesterday and opened the bids for
the erection of a green-house at the
City Park. It was decide.I not to ac?
cept any bid at present, the erection
of a green-house bring deferred.
A sub-committee was appointed look?
ing to the securing of music for the
park. This will likely be done be fir?
the month is over.
itiggcot i r.-iirtit r Hint Floats.
Tho big iron freight ship Samoa, said
to be the largest ship devoted exclu?
sively to freight that floats, reached
tho Norfolk and Western elevator piers
in this city Wednesday, she is an East
Indlaman, ami ordinarily runs between
Liverpool and Calcutta. I let- capacity
is 300,000 bushels of grain. Her crew is
compos. .1 of Lascars. She will be here
loading several days.
OTHER LOCAL ON PAGE 3.
And Eyery Form of Torturing
Disfiguring Skin and Scalp
Humors Cured by
Srr.Knv Cmr. Trkatmkvt. ?Rathe tho
affected parts thoroughly with Ilor water
and coticcra soap. Next apply coticiwa
Ointment, the great skin cure,and lastly lake
a full dose of Cdticura Resolvent. This
treatment will afford instant, relief permit
rest and sleep,and point to a speedy, perma?
nent, and econniiiie.il i ure when all else fails.
Snlil f?rrTKh?ri-. Pri.r, Tnr Sr.t. i1.s.v or. OiTI.T*?
S u , i .- I OlHTMKST, IOC : RKSOlTESTthaM .or?. 'A:.
Parin* DIN am.Ciim. Cn?r.. snlf Propi., button,
?-??r- " How lo Cur, Reit ma,"*H-pt,j:c "nook, Inc.
COOKE, CLARK & CO,
SASH, DOORS AND BLINDS
Cabinet Mantels, Tiling and
Grates, Fine Builders'
Hardware,
Paints, Oils and Glass.
84 COMMERCIAL PLACE.
?7 no A N OK F AVE..
*>?#?+> ?*>??
Big Special Sale of Hats.
To-day we shall ofTer the 24 dozen fine Hats that one of the
leading hat makers made up as samples of his line?52.00, $2.50
and S3.00 values?
They're in all the leading shapes, and Black, Brown, Otter,
Beaver, Pearl, Nutria, and Blue Mixed shades-silk trimmed and
models of the highest grade headwear made in all America. Where
values talk so forcibly it's not necessary to multiply words. Don't
miss it?that's all.
$ 234 AND 236 MAIN STREET |
v'JxS* ;><?><*? ^<>-4> <?m4>~4> <9>^-4> <?????> 0<h>.a. a---^
?OF THE?
Real Estate and Stock Exchange.
At .1 meeting of the Iteal Estate and
Stock Exchange, held In tto-ir room
Thursday afternoon at,!> o'clock, the fol?
lowing resolution was unanimously
adopted:
Wherus, alarm has existed In the cpy
,.r Norfolk hy reason of the presence ?,f
velluw f.v r at the SoldeiV Home, near
Hampton Va.: ther? I. bu it
Itesolvcd, ?iv Hi- Itcal Estate and Stock
Exchange of Norfolk. Va . 'Phut hy lln>
prompt ..od active sieps which have been
taken by our authorities, as well us hy
our citlxens, to prevent the d's?-.ise being
brought lo-re, we desire to cmu-^s our
conlldciice In the present situation, be?
lieving thnt the disease will not reach
our city, and wo pledge ourselves as an
association, as well us Indlvldiiul citizens,
i.. assist the various municipal depart?
ment n In keeping up a high state of sani?
tary cleanliness. It
"$3.50 and $4 \
Shoes
:for $2.48
in the
j Clearing Sale j
?AT
Norfolk?Portsmouth.
J
I HE
Joseph Brown
STORE
Yesterday
Our > cent Cambric met
with a hearty reception, as also
the odds and ends of the finest
of Wash Goods.
To-day
a few dress lengths of Black
Linen Lawns, the real article,
are added at closing out prices:
also in the same list is a small
quantity of genuine French
Organdy in both Black and
\\ hite grounds.
Pay us a visit?we are giv?
ing sure enough bargains.
Joseph Brown. 220_|ain_st.
JOHN 0. GfWiflGE
ESTABLISHED l8o5.
Sewer and Well Pipe
BRICK TILE
ALL SIZES.
Lime, Cements,
Plaster, Bricks,
Laths, Hair,
Shingles, Flooring Etc
WOODSIDE'S WHARF.
_^ORFOLK,_VA
STENCIL GUITLRS,
Rubber and steel Stamps,
0\ Railroad, Hotel, Ilaggage
V^O^nnrl Urns* Check*. .Scats,
ihiiiges. Stencil rind Stamp
ilnks, Pads, Datcrs, etc.
I PHOINIX
'Stomp and stencn worKs,
Job Printers,
C?f. Nlvlson and Church Sta,
To Property Owners in
Atlantic City Ward.
All owners of properly In Atlantic City
Ward, located on streets that have hern
sewered, who have failed to connect their
premises with said sewer system nro
hereby notified that the ordinances RE
QUlftED S.\ll> CONNECTIONS TO HE
MADE) HY JULY 1st. ist.n. and they are
warned that IMMEDIATE STEPS WIM,
TAKEN AGAINST THEM personally un?
der said ordinances and the criminal laws
of the state unless said premises aro
K< ?HTH \V IT 11 i ?< >N NECTED.
Hy order of the Local Hoard of Im?
provement of Atlantic City Ward.
W. E. GODWIN,
au2-2t ?'halrmair.
the Good One.
Broad In llr, assertion, yet truo In
Its meaning, when applied to tho
TROY. We told you ahout tho
POINTER, and Insisted that you
REMEMBER THE NAME and now
wo tell yon about THE HOOD ONE.
Don't be misled, look well beforo
you step, and when In want of THE
<;noi> ONE 'phone r^'.T and we> will
promptly call, hringng with us a
guarantee that If our work don't
BUlt you, no pay. We suit 1.S00. Why
not you?
Troy Laundry,
liil>~ Church St.
H. NIXDORFP,
SPECIAL NOTICE!
Until further notico AM. GARBAGE
WILL BE COLLECTED DAILY through,
out the city.
Partlrs will please have, same placed in
proper receptacles and put out as EARLY
IN Till: MORNING AS POSSIBLE, not
forgettlnpr to SEPARATE THE ASHES
EROM~TTTE GARBAGE.
.1. 1>. HOFIIE IM ER,
Chairman P. S.. S. and I). Com'rs.
au2-3t
Selling Out
STRAW HATS
ANY OLD PRICE.
WALTER J, SIMMONS & CO,,
34-1 MAIN STREET._
Oflice of City Collector,
Norfolk, Va., Ausu.st 1st, ISM.
Taxes on Dogs
Are Now Due,
And must be paid by 10th
instant to avoid penalty.
Males, $2; Females $4.
JAS. F. REID, City Collector
aul-lOt
WHOLESALE & RETAIL
?FOR?
Bituminous, Toms Creek, Vir?
ginia, Anthracite, Penn?
sylvania.
The coal we handle Ir. strictly uniforai
and of lirst-class. quality.
Trigg & Wilmer
CITIZENS' BANK BUILDING AND 7-1?
N1VIS10N STREET.
BOTH PHONE&

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