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MTOftMD MUSICAL NOTES.
''THE TELEPHONE GIRL." Looked at from the'popular stand ; point, "The Telephone Girl," which $ comes here Monday and Tuesday even? ings and Tuesday matinee, is a very i diverting aUCarr Indeed. It Is bright and -frothy,-and a3 a whole It ds an ex? ceedingly merry amusement, and fills iput ah evening's leisure capitally. That "?was the verdict rendered long ago. The ?'jlhcidente portrayed and the dialogue .'inserted bear upon a subject which Is Samillar to nine-tenths of the commu Blty, and that perhaps enhances its ?value. Everybody can and does under? stand it. Will H. Sloan, as the German Inspector, is amazingly funny. He is .the best- dialect comedian now on the 'Stage, and In all he does and says he Is seen at his best. Miss Jessie Merrl . lees, as Estelec, Is intensely cunning and chic In her singing and her spec? ialties she Is very clever. The others In the company fully sustain the claim ' for excellence put forth by the manage? ment. EUGENIE BLAIR. The extrordinary qualities of "A ,I*ady of Quality," which Eugenie ? Blair and her company of players will present at the Academy of Music Wed? nesday has attracted considerable at? tention throughout the country. In fnany cities ministers of the gospel have made the theme of the book the subject of sermon text. A prominent divine in speaking of the play and book says: "The piece naturally divides Itself into dramatic scenes. At the ago of 6, Clorinda Wildnlrs becomes the compan? ion of her father, a riotous, drinking pian. At 14 she falls under the Influ? ence of Sir John Oxon, a cofnpan'on of her father's, whose" sole ambition is breaking women's hearts. Here she ' Bghts out the great temptation of a I woman's life alone, without the aid of maternal and virtuous training. Her moral life awakens through her own ^'courage, she becomes victorious over evil Influences, and the continuance of the story shows a steady growth In . strength and nobility of character. V. While the romance has all the inher : ?nt trafts of historical fiction, it never .. theless appeals to certain lives which ' are now being lived. There are those ?v-in our work-a-day world who reproduce !ln every essential feature the experi? ence of Charles Wlldalrs. or Mistress 1> Clorinda, as she Is called." pi In staging the production Miss Blair vhas spared, neither time nor expense. The scenery is elaborate. "MR. PLASTER OP PARIS." "Mr. Plaster of Paris" Is the euphonl Wma and catchy title given to a farce ??Oomedy of unusual merit and popular? ity which is booked to appear at the ^Academy on Thursday night. It Is an . ttounced as a farce comedy with a plot, Which Is indeed a rare avis nowadays, gjjtt tells a story of a Mr. Paris, whoso r/vcreed is that the world owes him a Uv iifng and he proposes to have it with as /wlittle trouble to hlmsolf as possible. ^Taking advantage of the fact that there are twenty-two places in the limited a States named after the capital of fjFrance, ho elects to call himself "of ?: Paris," and manages in his career to . ' mix matters up very thoroughly in a ;;!eood many of the tweply-two places, THE AUDITORIUM. "Barton's Auditorium will present an exceptionally strong bill of attractions ^thls week. Melville nnd Conway, Ifl ?A-their, comedy sketches; Gonzales, St. ^X-eon and Cuslnk, "The Klondike Trio," %dnd Beatrice Salmon, descriptive vo ^rcallst, are some of the clever artists gf?Svh? delighted those In attendance on ciitho Mystic Chain entertainment Sat ?eurday night They will.be at the Au? ditorium; with others, and those who attend this playhouso will be well re U'Paid for their outlay of time and iVmoney. AJong with the opening of the public ;if8chobls in the near future comes the ^operiingyof the private schools and ^schoojs^of music. The music school of ?y}?iiB';Ai'V.T>Corprew opened September )f,eth. Mrs. Cole will open a school of locution and vocal culturo September i:fc;JMw?m C?W und Norton's publlsh 4W-:?^tmarJc ? Son, this week sold to one dealer 20,000 copies of "Sing: Me a Song pf the South." This means a roy? alty on this single sale of $600 to the fortunate composers of this popular ballad. ?II? Matters In musical circles continue dull and tilings will probably not brighten up much until more of Nor? folk's absent citizens come home from the various summer watering places. ? it* Mr. Wm. Richards, the well known singer and teacher of vocal music, has returned from the mountains of Vir? ginia, where he pleasantly spent the summer, and has opened his studio In the Masonic Temple. ?'!!? Mr. J. Pollard Rives has been en? gaged by the Music Committee of Free? mason Street Baptist Church as church organist. He will begin his duties to? day. ? t !? Prof. Koerner and Prof. Borjes have been unavoidably delayed in matters connected with the opening of the Nor-i folk Conservatory of Music. The have, however, fixed September 27th as the date for opening this new institution. Pupils can be enrolled now at the Con? servatory, 165 Main street. Catalogues will be out by the end of the week. The faculty has been completed by the en? gagement of ten competent teachers, comprising six gentlemen and four la? dles'. We would especially call atten? tion to the primary piano department where pupils not able to pay the prices charged by the professors can receive Instruction at a very low figure and get the same result as the more ad? vanced pupils enjoy. There will be a recital and reception given a few days before the opening, when the public will be able to hear the new talent embraced In the faculty, and also see the art exhibition of Prof. Williams' work. THE ST I KMC FAMILY. PROUD ARISTOCRATS IN THE REALMS OF THE ARENA. The famous Stlrk Family, one of the great features of The Wallace Shows, docs work that bor? ders on the marvel? ous. In truth, some of their attainments arc of such complex difficulties that it fre? quently passes with but little more notice from the public, than their simpler displays solely because the audience cannot fol? low its Intricate and D. E. WALLACE, perplexing paradox. It not Infrequently happens that when a particularly hazardous feat is accomplished the strongest and most pronounced applause will come from the entry wherein the other actors of the show may Invariably be found ranged as spectators when the "Stirks arc on." This tribute to their genius from their fellow performers Is as unusual as It Is spontaneous, and testifies to their superiority more eloquently than any eulogy possibly good. When an act can hold the attention of actors as that the Stirks does, it may Indeed be said to be truly greaut. At Norfolk on Friday September 22. LAMBERT'S POIHT. Mr. Thomas, who is slating Dr. Tal mndgc'3 house, at Myers avenue and Forty-third street, fell twenty-three feet from the cornice to the ground. He turned a full somersault and struck in a sitting position among the slate and scrap lumber, and, strange to say, was not much bruised and received only a small scratch under his chin. He was hack on the roof at work in ten min? utes. By-standers who saw him thought surely he would be killed. He will prob? ably feel some after effects, however. Some years since, at Petersburg, Mr. Thomas fell sixty-five feet from a mill and passed between the floor joists and landed In several feet of water In the cellnr and thus escaped injury. When he was falling Friday he said: "What will become of my children?" Mrs. O'Hara and daughter, of Rlch -r"ri1. axua Las guests at Pewa? lng, of Clarke street. Mr. Hardle S. Baker, of Suffolk, who has been on a brief visit to Dr. Chas. W. Doughtle, of Pocahontas avenue has returned home, where he will rest a few days before returning to Ran? dolph Macon College to pursue his studies. Rev. O. D. Oilkerson has returned from his trio to the mountains, and will preach at the Presbyterian Church to-day. Mrs. Wm. H. Dewick, of Middlesex county, who has been the guest of her cousin, Mrs. Maggie Hsnley, of Bow den's Ferry road, has returned .home. Mr. Jnmes Hall, of Rapnahnnr?ck avenue, Is visiting relatives and friends In Elizabeth City, N. C. Miss Ora Hudgins, daughter of Mr. W. .T. Hudglns, is very ptlek at the home of her father, on Bowdcn'3 Ferry road. Mr. T. Kotos, wife and daughter, of Atlanta, Go., who have been on a visit of several days to the family of Mr. D. Loper, have gone on a visit to Ningnra Falls and other points of Interest North. Bay services will be conducted nt St. Mnrk's Episcopal Church by Mr. Rich? ard Alfrlcnd, of Norfolk, at 7:30 o'clock to-r*lght. See account of ball game between the Bridgeport and Oriole clubs under head "World of Sports." Come to the Great Mill End Sn.le. MlLBER. RHOADS & CO. HUHTERSraS. The garbage carts will take the rounds through Barboursvllle for san? itary purposes on Mondays and Fri? days. A telegram was received by the fam? ily of ^.Ir. John Charnock yesterday from Cape Charles, announcing the death of his six-year-old grand? daughter, Florence Collins, who was burned last Tuesday. Mr, Charnock and several members of his household left last evening to attend the funeral. TIip I.mllflH. The pleasant effect and perfect safe? ty with which ladies may use Syrup of Figs, under all conditions, makes it their favorite remedy. To get the true and genuine article, look for the name of the California Fig Syrup Co. printed hear the bottom of the package. For sale by all druggists. Don't fall to visit Miller, Rhoads & ? ?? Great Mill End Sale. ' DI Y-NB SKRYICRS TO-DAY. y The Methodist. Preabyterlan, Luther? an. Christian, Church of Christ (Disciples') and Christ Scientist pub? lish their hours of Sunday . services In Saturday's Issue. CATHOLIC. St. Mary's, corner of Chapel and Holt streets. Rev. John Doherty, pastor.? Sunday: Early mass at 7 a. m.; high mass at 11 a. m. Vespers and ben? ediction of the blessed sacrament at 6 p. m. Sacred Heart Church, corner of York and Dunmore streets. Rev. Father T. J. Wilson, paetor?Sunday; First mass, 7:30 a. m.; second mass at 10 a. m. (low mass), followed byvbenediction of thu blessed sacrament. BAPTIST CHURCHES. Freemason, corner of Bank and Free? mason?preaching by the pastor, Rev. J. J. Taylor, D. D., at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Morning subject: "Is Religion Worth While " Evening: "Commenolng with Conscience." Strangers welcome; seats free. Sunday school at 9:30 a. m. Grace, corner Princess Anne and Church streets?Preaching by the pas? tor. Rev. Dr. A. E, Owen, at 11 a m. and 8:15 p. m. Sunday school at 9:30 a. m. Park Avenue Brambleton?Preaching by Rev. T. C. Skinner at 11 a, m. and the pastor, Rev. Dr. J. J. Hall, at 8 p. m. Subject: "Jesus in the Midst of Hu? man Woe"?second in the series of "Six Weeks With Jesus." Spurgcon Mem,orlal, .Windsor avenue, Brambleton?Preaching by Rev. F. W. Moore at 11 a m. and Rev. Lloyd T. Williams, of Trinity M. E. Church, at 8 p. m. Central Avenue, Atlantic City? Preaching by the pastor, Bev. E. E. Dudley, at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. First, corner of Grahby and Freema? son streets?Preaching by the pastor, Rev. E. B. Hatcher, at 11 a m. and 8 r>. m. Burrows' Memorial, Lambert's Point Preaching by the pastor, Rev. Geo. W. Cox, at 11 a, m. and 8 p. m. Sunday school, 9:30 a. m. Central Avenue Baptist Church? Preaching by Rev. Mr. Saunders, of Scotsvllle, at 11 a. m.. and by Rev. R. S. Staples, of Portsmouth, at 8 p. m. PROTESTANT EPISCOPAL. Christ, corner of Freemason and Cumberland streets, Rev. Dr. C. E. Grammer, rector?Morning prayer and sermon by Rev. John H. Dickinson at 31 a. m. Evening prayer at. 6 p. m. St. Luke's, corner of Bute and Gran by streets, Rev. A. S. Lloyd, D. D.. rector?Morning prayer and sermon at 11 n. in. Evening prayer and sermon at S p. m. ? St. Paul's, Church and Cove streets, Rev. B. D. Tucker, D. D., rector Morning prayer and sermon at 11 a. m. Evening prnyer at 6 p. m St. Peter's. Brown avenue, Bramble? ton, Bev. C. E. Woodson, rector? Morning prayer and sermon at 11 a. m. Evening prayer and sermon at 8:15 p. rri. Emanuel Chapel, corner of Wide and Calvert streets. Rev. John H. Dickin? son rector?Lay service at 11 a. m. Evening prayer and sermon at 8 o'clock. Wednesday service at 8 o'clock p. m. CHRISTADELPHI AN ECCLESIA. Hall, corner of Maltby and Bramble? ton avenues?Services at 11 a. m. CHURCH OF CHRIST. Freemason, between Bank and Brew? er?Preaching at 11 a. m. by Rev. F. M. Anderson, of Danville, "Va. BRAM?LETOH WARD. The obsequies of little Ruth Eliza? beth, the Infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. B. Gregory, who passed away at the home of her parents, No. 407 East Brambleton avenue, Friday af? ternoon, were held from the residence nt 10:30 o'clock a. m. yesterday. The services were conducted by Rev. R. H. Bennett, of McKendree M. E. Church. The remains of the little one were laid to rest -In Elmwood Cemetery. Mrs. G. W. Elliott and her sisters, Misses Tillie and Eva Bradshaw, of 703 Highland avenue, were called yes? terday to Messlck, York county, Va.,'by the death of their niece, Miss Garnett Edward Evans. "Misunderstanding Christ" will be the subject of the sermon at the Memo? rial Christian Temple this morning. At night the Rev. W. D. Harwood, of North Carollnn, will preach. A most interesting missionary meet? ing will be held at the Memorial Chris? tian Temple at 4 o'clock this afternoon. Rev. M. W. Butter, of Berkley, will deliver the address. Unusual Interest 1.1 expectctlr nnd a large attendance is desired. Little Lucille Mae Holmes, of North Marshall avenue, bns returned home from a delightful visit of two weeks to her mint, Mrs. MeGalley, of Park View, Portsmouth. Miss Lola Holmes, of South Reservoir avenue, who has bpen quite sick for the past week, is able to be out. Misses Hilda and .Louisa Johnson, of Hobson, Nansemond county, who have been the guests of the family of Mr. C. D. Cake, have returned home. Mr. and Mrr. .T. M. Wilson, of No. 117 Windsor avenue, accompanied by their sister, Miss Nanie Wilson, who has been visiting them, will V-nve this even? ing for Richmond on a visit to relatives and friends. Miss Addle Sawyer, n highly accom? plished young lady of Lrambletnn Ward, will extend n two weeks' visit to her cousin. Miss Addle Harrison, In Princess Anne county, near the city water works. Mr. Henry .T. Griffith, formerly of "Washington, D. C, but who for the, past six years, has been out in British Columbia engaged In prospecting among the mines, is expected to arrive in Norfolk in a few days to visit friends. Mr. Griffith has been very successful and has accumulated much wealth. A cordial welcome will be extended him, and an urgent invitation to make Nor? folk his future home. ATLANTIC CITY "rVARD Mr. Pettingiii. of Johnstown, N. Y., is visiting her slater. Mrs. George Fran? cisco, of Central avenue. Miss Eva B. Joynes, of Front street, has returned from a. protracted visit to relatives on the Eastern Shore. The Junior Epworth League of Le? vies' Memorial Church will hold its de? votional services at 3 o'clock this af? ternoon. The Junior Society of Christian En? deavor of Colley Memorial Church will meet this afternoon at 4 o'clock. The Woman's Foreign Missionary So? ciety of LeKlcs' Memorial Church will hold a public meeting at 4 o'clock this afternoon. The exercises will consist of vocal and Instrumental music and addresses by Rev. W. R. Prootor, of Pnrk View M. E. Church, Portsmouth, and the pastor, Rev. W. T. Williams. A cordi.il Invitation is extended the pub? lic to be present. Don't fall to visit Miller, Rhoadi & Co.'n Great Mill End. Sale. PBOPLB'S FORUM. NOTE.?The. People's Forum being freely open to all parties, classes, per? sons, views and capacities, the Vlr g-lnlan-PUot . Is responsible ffor none of the statements f.nor opinions ex? pressed therein, nor for the style In which they are set forth. The ignorant and uneducated shall he heard hero equally with the learned. I - An Intllg-unnt I'roicit, Editor Vlrglnlan-Pllot: Your paper of to-day contains an article glaringly headed, "Greater Nor? folk, &c." -Now, as a resident of that part of Norfolk county outside of any village, I wish to say that the people of Park Place and vicinity have no Idea of quietly allowing themselves to be embraced by the city of Norfolk. We undoubtedly have some rights that even a Legislature Is bound to respect. That any man, or set of men, should try to annex farms ,to the city of Nor? folk is contemptible indeed. Most of the people residing in the county near the city purchased their homes there to live where taxes were low, and will certainly protest against the alleged intention to annex them. COUNTY. A Planter of Hialory. Cornland, Va., Sept. 6, 1899. Editor "Vlrglnlan-Pllot: Dear Sir?In your short notice of the Norfolk county teachers' institute In Tuesday morning's paper you were not altogether just to the county in saying "this Is the first institute ever held in the county." On the contrary, you could have said this is the tenth Insti? tute held under the present organiza? tion, and that Norfolk county Is the only county in Virginia that holds a five day institute, with a corps of in? structors employed for the purpose and selected from the most progressive nor? mal Instructors In the county. It also might have been said that it Is probable that the first teachers' In? stitute for public school teachers ever held In Virginia was held at Deep Creek, Norfolk county. In 1853, and the first held under the present school sys? tem was held in Berkley, Norfolk coun? ty, 1875. Tours truly. JOHN T. WEST. A Bloody Flrlil. Joe Wood and Frank Itedd, both col? ored, fought each other with knives on Princess Anne road last night until both fell exhausted and almost dead. They were brought to the station house In the patrol wagon, Officer Turner having placed them under arrest. One of the negroes Is sa.ld to have been beating his wife and the other took her part, thus causing the fight. Wood and Redd went at each other with knives first, and other weapons were used, as shown by Wood's 6kull being cracked. He Is also badly cut and bruised, and Ttcdd Is dangerousiy injured, one ugly wound penetrating to the lungs. Dr. Speight, who attended them, announced both seriously hurt. The fight occurred In the county and the negroes w-|ll be turned over to the county authorities when they are able. Don't fall to visit Miller, Rhoads & Co.'s Great Mill End Sale. Sloshed Roiffi>*n Cnrlnnrt V.nr. Alexander Black, colored, was mash? ed between a cart and a street car on Church street last night. His Injuries were not serious. He was attended by Dr. Leigh. Conductor Daniel Long and Motor man J. H. Stewart were taken in charge by the police, but were later bailed out in the sum of $50 each by Mr. W. M. Rosbrough. Come to the Great Allll End Sale. MILLER, RHOADS & CO. To Mint? il I ( il ( I n r T. Guard Charles A. Bridlng, of the penitentiary, yesterday carried the fol? lowing prisoners, who were recently sentenced by Judge Hanckel, to Rich? mond: John King, John Scales and Thomas Green, five years each; Will? iam Smith, alias Christian, four years; James Scutchins and Sam R. Moore, two years each; T. J. Barr, four years. All are colored except the last named. Come to the Great Mill End 'S?.le. MILLER, RHOADS & CO. Personal*. Miss Annie Beanc, daughter of Ser? geant Beane, of the police force, will return from a two weeks' visit to Washington this morning. Miss Ethel Archer, of Manchester, Va., is visiting Mrs. J. T. Potter, on North street. Come to the Great Mill End Sale. MILLER, RHOADS & CO. The final monthly report, that for June, of Receivers Cowen and Murray, of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, has been filed In court. It shows totafl re? ceipts $5,81-1,3S3.60 and disbursements S3,0S7,737.GS. Don't fall to visit Miller, Rhoads & Co.'s Great Mill End Sale. W.Ii, TAYLOR & CO., 224 Water Street. RAILROAD. 6TEAMBOAT AND MILL SUPPLIES. Agents for this section for. tho sale of Oraton & Knight's Leather Belting. New York lleltins and Packing Company's Rubber Goods. Knowlton's Patent Pack? ing. Snow Steam Pumoa.. my7 E, L. MAYER. WM. M. WHALE! MAYER & CO, Manufacturers' Agents, Importers and Dealer? In MACHINERY nrd supplies, Tools, Shafting anr. Pulleys. Knglncs and Bollers. Pumpt, injectors, Syphones, Hose, Iron Pipe and Fittings Valves, Cocks. &c. Saws. Rafting Gear, Bolts, Nuts, Washers. Belting. Packing, Waste Iron, Steel, Nails, Oils, Cordage. V/'s guarantee the quality of our goods and also prompt delivery, and with In? creased facilities we are prepared to meet all competitors. Inquiries and orders so? licited. * JS COMMERCIAL PLACE. NORFOLK.VIRGINIA julS-eou-iy_ STENCIL CUTTERS, Rubber nnd Steel Stamps Railroad, Hotel, Baggngr and Brass Checks. -Seals IBadges, Stencil nnd Stain j Inks, Pads, Paters, etc. PHffiNIX siansD ana stencil works. Job Printers, Oat. Nivltaa and Church fit*. m s I ^^^^^ Ask Your Druggist -FOR They Can Be Analyzed. No Faith Humbug. If In doubt as to the nature of your disease, our correspondence department Is open to you free of charge. SOVEREIGN REMEDY CO., Home Office: 1237 ARCH STREET, PHILADELPHIA, PA. And when you are ready we will put them on your floor MADE, LINED AND LAID, At a small profit above loom cost. MOQUETS, $9.25 Regular, at 90 Cents. VELVETS, SI.15 Regular, at 75 Cents. BRUSSELS, 75c. Regular, at 50 Cents. First-class and attractive House? hold Goods at prices without an equal in Greater Norfolk. WHITE HURST & BRO., 283 to 287 CHURCH STREET, Corner HOLT, se7-th.su,tu.t f NORFOLK". VA. THE IWIOMTICELLO Again Ready for Business. During the past several weeks our patrons have been very much inconvenienced as the result of some alterations and improvements to the interior of our store?which is now about complete and special preparations for the early buyers find us in possession of many of the newest creations for lh? Fall in Dress Fabrics. A careful inspection of our stock will convince you that we are showing: many exclusive novelties, as well as the staple values. ' The prices are correct. Plaid Back Suitlnos, Homespuns, Scotcn Mixtures, Novelty Plaids, Grepons, Etc. New Fall styles now on exhibition, correctly tailored, ex? ceptional in style, beautifully made. Ames, Brownley& Hornthal ( Buy Now, Before Stock is Exhausted. Ufr jr cooKing. ? GAS CO. \ Our last car-load is nearly sold and the price of material haa risen about 100 per cent., so our future price on Gas Ranges will have to be materially Increased. It ?will pay to buy now at $7.30, thus savlnp In price of stove and cost of gas used for cooking. * THE HENRY WALKE CO,. SAW HILL, And Railroad Supplies, HARDWARE AND SHIP CHANDLERY "Giant" and "Giant Planer," Leather Belting, "Giant," '?Granite." and "Shaw nut" Rubber Reifing. Agent for KnowItV Steam Pumping Machine. Norfolk Iron Works, GEO, W. DUVAL & CQ? NO. 15 WATER STREET. NORFOLIC ENGINES. BOILERS, SAWMILL, and all klnda of machinery of the most Im? proved patterns. Also repairing at the shortest notice. Particular attention to steamboat work. DUVAb'S PATENT BOILER TUBE . FERRULES arc the only perfect remedy for braky boiler tube.. They can be Inserted In a fen minute, by any engineer, and er. war? ranted to atop lcalta. ?T NORFOLK FRIDAY, SEPT. The Greatest, Grandest and the Best of Honorably Conducted. 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DRESS SUIT CASES. 60 of them?rich olive or brown color, steel frame, brass trimmings, linen lined and straps . $2.25 The Only Exclusive Trunk House in the City We guarantee all Trunks and keep them In reaalr free of charge for one? year. Name and address painted on trunk gratis._ Repairing Trunks a Specialty An immense stock of Trunks, Traveling Bags, Dress Suit Cases, Travelers' Sup piles and Lad.es' and Men's Pocketbooka. 172 Clrurch St. near Main. BEST BY TEST! HIGGINSON'S ?White Cement Wall Plaster." Strictly HIGH GRADE Plastering ma? terial for walls and celling. 1,000 TONS used on the best work in Norfolk and vicinity. Superior In STRENGTH. HARDNESS, DURABILITY an4 FINISH. FOR SALB BT GAMAGE & WALLER? 12 TO IS PLUMB ST.