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THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES 2, 3, 5~&"u7
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LOOT.?ROLL. OF MONET, CONTAIN
lag $76.00 in paper. In or near the
City Market. Liberal reward It returned
I?E X P E R I E N C ED
to work on tailor-made suits. Apply
at once. Watt, Rettew & Clay.
WANTED?TU E USE OF a GENTLE
and sound travelling horse for a few
davs:' will huy at once if satisfactory.
Address "TRAVELLER," caro Vlrgn.lo.n
tttTanted.-to PURCHASE HOUSE
vv und lot on Mariner. Falkland or
Walke si reels. Must be cheap for cn-sh.
Address house, No. 400 Columbia Bulld
Ing. _ anU'_3t__
\\f ANTED.?good cook. WASHER
vv and Ironer in family of six. Must
como well recommended. 4?9 MAR \ s
ANTED.?a SUITABLE NAME
for a new restaurant and quick
lunch counter to bo opened at 413 East
Main street. I will give BO In gold for a
pretty, suitable n<une, to be approved of,
to any white boy or girl from 12 to 18
years of oge. a copy of the letter con?
taining tho name selected will bo pub?
lished In this paper by permission. All
letters will be opened April 20th and name
selected. Address by mail only, "RES
TAURANT," 413 e. Main St. apll-.1t*
ANTED.?EVERY MAN, WOMAN
and child to know that Holladny's
Watcr-IToof OH Dressing for black and
russet shoes contains as its principal in?
gredients neatfoot oil, to soften and pre?
serve tho leather._apll-3f
ANTED.?a FEW GENTLEMEN
boarders; satisfaction guaranteed;
very desirable location; convenient to
cars, and only five minutes' walk to busi?
ness centre. Apply 4SI FREEMASON.
ANTED?STEADY YOUNG MAN
with experience, good penman wish?
es position office work, etc.: fair knowl?
edge bookkeeping and stenography; don't
mind work; best references. Address
"Qk.," this office._apl0-3t?
WANTED to BORROW $15.000 "at
six per cent, on best Real Ealalc se?
curity No Building and Loan need np
ply. Address BORROWER, care Vlrgin
ANTED?SEWING MACHINES to
repair: any make. New machines.
$20 and up. J. W. BEASLEY. 107'/,,
Church street, city. fe20-tf
,lOR RENT.?A SPLENDIDLY LO
D cated store on north side Main St.
AV. R. FENTRES8 & SON. apl2-4t
ItVoR 1110 NT. ?-ON T11IRD FLOOR,
. three nico largo connecting rooms;
Southern exposure; In a splcndicl locality;
suitable for light housekeeping. Price,
$10. with tbe privilege of bath. "-IG Bute,
nc.ir Granby. It*
ECU RENT ? PROMINENT MAIN
street store.between Bank and Church
streets. Address "M.," care Ylrginlan
Pllot. _ apl(l-3t?
lliL BENT TO_ RIGHT PERSON]
three communicating rooms on llrst
floor, partial use of room on second iloor,
tise of bath, twelve dollars (ill!) a month:
West End; one block of cars. Address
"It.," this office. References exchanged.
FOR R ENT?T1111E R ~N E w" DE8IR
able dwellings on Holt street extend?
ed. All modern improvements, S rooms,
with bath. Apply at once. O BERN
DO BEE & CO., 35 to 41 Commerce street.
J""3^ OR~"GENTLEMEN ? WELL FUR
3 nlshcd, lighted and ventilated rooms,
bot or cold bath, with or without board,
near business section; satisfaction guar?
anteed. Rates reasonable. 549 E. Main
171 URNISHED ROOMS FOR ' RENT.?
- Modern conveniences. 416 Bute street.
F"~ OR RENT.?EXCEI.LENT COTTAGE
at Virginia Reach for season IUOiV?
15th of May to 15th September; largo
grounds: modern Boweroge; good drink?
ing water: near Princess Anne Hotel.
For terms and particulars apply to Boom
210 Citizens' Bank Building. mblS-lf
txt ANTED?ENTERPRISING MAN TO
it lake Interest and management of
business monopoly In Norfolk. Oood sal?
ary and large profits on Investment. In
operation in Washington and other eitles
Bankers and capitalists take Interests lri
tho business. Only Jl.MiO to $2.000 can be
taken. References. Address II. C. SAIl^
Oits, Atlantic Building. Washington. D.
S PEC IAL NOTICES.
PIANO TUNING ACTION AND CASE
work. C. S. Marablo's address Is I?
O. Box 151._apl-lm?
BEFORE BUYING ~A MACHINE i
try Wheeler & Wilson's Ball Rearing
T> 9 Light. Rapid. Repairing a specialty.
J. H. STONE. Agt. lir? Church st. upC-lm
ELEVATORS. ? ESTIMATES GIVEN
on elevators of all kinds. Elevators
und scales repaired. CRESCENT IRON
WORKS. 26 Nivcrson street. mh27-lm
T AD1ES NEEDING TTtEATAl 1 :.\f
for Irregularities, Leucorrhoea or
any other Ovarian Troubles consult nil
JACKSON. 112 W. Mulberry strevt Bab
timoro. Md. Private sanitarium; trained
OR FOLK DYEING* CLEA NINO
and Repairing Co-Lndirs' BuiU
cleaned; Gents' Suits dyed. $2.00- cleaned
and pressed, 75c.; pants pressed 10c ? car
pets a specialty. 441 Main. New' phono ioi"
REMOVAL NOTICE-] HAVE RE
moved my law office from room 3r?
to room 301. third floor, Citizens' Ban?
Rullding. Practico In all the. Conns Fed.
eral practice a specialty. HUGH GOri
DON MILLER. _mhl3
PR HAItMON. tho
only exclusive Optl.
clan. Eyes examined
free. A largo stock of
85? MAIN BTRHUT.
MONEY TO I/OAN 'N ANY
?wa-VfIi jj J. amounts: no delay; eas?
iest terms. LEO. JUDSON, Academy of
f520.000 tlonal Building a'hso
al'.on. of Baltimore. Apply to W w
BALE, Attorney. Room 33 Lowcnbor
iBulldlng, Norfolk, Va. Jall-tf
@4>K HAH ''< TO? LEND ON TUB
W&l?^xJKJK!1 Building nnd Loan As.
ooclation plan. W. H. SARGEANT Jr
Room 34. Lowonbcrg Bldg. noij-tf"
t-i oii?:-liolrt Furniture whlio In ii?o
Mortgages and othor aecurltles; liberal
advances cn salaries, rents, annuities, ex.
tates and permanent Incomes. Interviews
strictly private and ell transactions rig
Idly confidential. NORFOLK MORT?
GAGE LOAN COMPANY, W. H. Hof
lielmer. new No. 35S Main street, Moritz
Ofllee Building, sulto 6. 6 and 7.
A NEW DRAW BRIDGE
Proposition to Build Across the
Application Mndo to the Hoard of Harbor
Commissioners for n Permit?Tho Site
to Ho Inspected Next Thursday After?
The Board of Harbor Commissioners
held their regular quarterly meeting at
4 p. m. yesterday, with President Dobie
and a quorum present.
The minutes of the last regular and
three special meetings were read, and
after some corrections approved.
The report of the harbor masters of
fees collected for wharfage for the
quarter ending March 31si was read
and ordered tiled.
Tho president stated that since the
last meeting of the Board he had grant?
ed tho following permits:
Mr. C. H. Bull, to erect a wharf on
tho southeastern section of the South?
ern Branch of the Elizabeth river, near
old Mill Creek, and about eight miles
Mr. Thomas P. Morehead, to extend
his marine railway along Ohio creek.
In East Bramblcton.
The action of the president in both
cases was approved by the Board.
THE BOARD'S EXPENSES.
The matter of asking for an increased
appropriation from the cities of Nor?
folk and Portsmouth and the county
of Norfolk to run the Board's expenses
for the present year was, after some
discussion, postponed to a special meet?
ing, to be called by the president.
Mr. F. Richardson, president of the
Southern Branch Drawbridge Company,
presented nn application for a draw?
bridge, to be built on the Southern
Branch of the Elizabeth river, east of
Sample's creek, and three miles west
of tho Norfolk and Western railroad
bridge. Plans and specifications of the
proposed structure accompanied the ap?
plication. The bridge is to have a dou?
ble sixty-foot steel draw, witii all mod?
Tho matter was discussed at length
by Mr. Richardson and Mr. H. L>. Page
for the company, and by President
Dobie, Colonel George W. Taylor and
Messrs. .lacocks and Llndscy, of the
Board. There was no special objection
raised lo granting tho permit, but It
was decided that it would be best for
the members of the Board lo visit the
site before acting on the petition. It
was decided to do this next Tuesday
afternoon at 2 o'clock.
A special meeting of the Board will
be held next week to act upon the mat?
Young Man In Trouble
William F. Bell, a young man 22
years of age, formerly assistant post?
master at Exmorc, Accomac county,
was arrested here a few days ago by
Deputy United States Marshal West on
the charge of embezzling $1,400 In pnst
oillco funds. He Is now in tho Norfolk
jail, and has boon endeavoring to se?
cure a bondsman, but so far his efforts
have been in vain.
The young man's father Is postmaster
at Exmore, and it was thought that he
had settled tho amount his son is ac?
cused of misappropriating. The case
will be tried In the United States Court
here In June.
Dlocl at St. Vlncont's.
George Anderson, a sailor of the
schooner Orient, bluefisherman, was
curried in the ambulance to St. Vin?
cent's Hospital yesterday forenoon for
treatment. The sick man walked off
the schooner on the dock at Campbell's
Wharf and was placed in the convey?
ance- lie died in two hours after ar?
riving at the hospital, cause of death
being heart disease. His funeral will
take place this morning.
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\ ADIES!?A WORD ABOUT SHAM- |
U pooing. Mine. Gates invites ladies to
Inspect her new patent shampooing and
electric hair drying machine, which
strengthens tho roots of tho hair, pre?
venting its falling out. Manicuring and
Faco Massage. The/ Reliable Hair Par?
lors, over 5 and 10 Cent Store, Main streot,
f-fl?" DA DI ES?HAIR G??lVsl HAIR I
_L Goods! Hair work of every descrip?
tion at reduced prices. Combings and Cut
Hair, bought Shampooing, 25c.; manicur?
ing, 25c. The Cut Kate Hair Parlors, 884
Main street (over Whltchuivst's dry goods
store). Miss L. SIMPLER, Proprietress.
IRST-CLABS DRESSMAKING BY
Mrs. REDDEN HUMPHRIES, at 330
Bute street. Skirts a specif;A perfect
lit and satisfaction given* ffnd prices very
reasonable. Si'.fi Hute. ap8-St*
ONE MORE WEEK?THE '/ANCIGS.
Palmist, will give private readings
dally. Can bo consulted on all affairs In
life. Readings. 25 and 50 cents. 412 Main
street, near Church, npS-tW
f A DIBS?THE BEST ' ANNOt'" BE !
.tJ too good. Great care should be taken
with whom you entrust the care of your
hair. Poor work by Inexperienced persons I
and cheap material arc vexatious and |
dear in the end. Kno advice given by
Mine. GATES, the Reliable Hair Parlors,
over 5 and 10c. Store. Main street. 12
years nt one address. Norfolk. aplO-Iw
LADIES HAIR COMBINGS OR CUT
Hair bought. A large assortment of
Braids. Hangs. Puffs, Curls, tit:., at
greatly reduced prices. Bltnmpoolng, 2Sc.
The Cut Hate Hair Parlors (over White
hurst's drv goods store), MI Main street,
Miss L. SH1FI.HR. Proprietress, apS-lw
TN VEST SAFELY?48 PER CENT. IN
t(?;-, st paid. IxH your money work
for von. Buy a certificate now. Payments
made every fifteen days; Satisfied clients
in all sections of the country. Write for
particulars. C. E. MACKKY & Co.. 32
Broadway, New York,_apS-Cf
WHEN LOOKING PGR HAIR GOOD?
cnll nt the LA MODE HAIR PAR?
LORS. Braids. Hi Puffs, 25c;; Pin Fringes,
25c. Shampooing and manleur njg ui very
reasonable price. LA MODE HAIR
DRESSING PARIjORS, 3)2 Main street
(over I?vy's.) _apt0-3t'
ARE YOB GOING TO HPROPB?
Save time, money and trouble by
gutting lowcat rate and full Information
for Paris Exposition. HENIfY BRANDT
& SON., official agents for all foreign
lines, 339 Main street, apS-tf.
Hush c (Vllller.
The Academy of Music was well filled
last night to hear Mr. Hugh G. Miller,
who had announced that he would dis?
cuss tho issues of the campaign.
Mr. Miller acquitted himself very
Mr. J. Frank East, president of the
Common Council, availed himself of
the privilege of replying, and between
the two the audience was interested,
entertained and at times amused.
There were interruptions from sev?
eral spectators, but Mr. Miller stood
his ground, declaring In stentorian
tones that could be heard above the
occasional din that he "had rented the
hall and meant to be heard," and
threatened police discipline against the
turm?llcrs. On the whple the meet?
ing was very orderly, and everything
passed oft very pleasantly.
To Our Advertlsors.
The Vlrglnlan-Pllot is compelled to
require that all advertisers desiring to
change their advertisements In our
Sunday editions furnish us with copy
not later than 12 o'clock noon Fridays.
No change of advertisement will be
guaranteed Ui our Sunday paper If copy
is sent us later than this hour. This
requirement is rendered necessary by
the great Increase of our advertising
patronage, for which we thank our pa?
trons and trust that they will appre?
ciate the fact that an early paper will
be a mutual benefit to 'both our readers
Enthusiastic Meeting Held and
members of Norfolk's Mllltnry Who Took
Fart in the Spnnlah-Amorlcan War Get
Togcthor - Commander Tnylor ? Ittny
A nil lute with State Camp.
The Spanish war veterans, to the
number of about fifty-five, assembled
In Company E's room at the City
Armory last night and proceeded to
form an organization or camp of the
veterans of the Spanish-American war.
Lieutenant Clinton L. Wright called
the meeting to order, and upon Invita?
tion Col. George W. Taylor stated the
purpose of the organization, which la
to be the promotion of the material
welfare of the veterans and to continue
the social Intercourse and friendly re?
lations formed during the war.
Capt. Thos. J. Nottingham also made
remarks setting forth the benefits to
be derived by the members of the or?
ganization and paid a tribute of respect
to the deceased members of the three
Norfolk companies who took part in
The election of temporary chairman
resulted in the selection of Lieutenant
O. L. Wright, formerly of Company It.
Captain D. W. Salomonsky, formerly of
the same company, was made tempo?
rary secretary, and it was decided that
the camp be otlicered as follows: Com?
mander, Vice-Commander, Quarter?
master, Adjutant and Surgeon.
The election of permanent officers
was taken up and resulted in the unan?
imous election of the following:
Commander?Col. George W. Taylor.
Vice-( lommnnder?Lieutenant Clin?
ton L. Wright.
Quartermaster?Capt. A. M. Hlgglns.
Surgeon?Major Charles R. Vance.
Adjutant?Joseph J. Hennelly.
All made speeches of acceptance and
thanks, which were well received.
It was decided by the camp that In
tho event of this camp affiliating with
the National body that the name of
Major Marshall Tarrall be recommend?
ed by Commander Taylor to he Depart?
ment Commander of the State of Vir?
ginia; also, in the same event, that the
name of Lieutenant Colonel Edwards
be recommended for the position of As?
sistant Adjutant General-of the State.
Considering the inclement weather,
tho various attractions nt other places
and their Importance, the attendance
and interest shown in the gathering of
so many is a high compliment to the
soldier boys and a testimonial of their
interest in the organization.
The meeting adjourned subject to tho
call of the Commander.
TO CURE A COLD ITS' ONE DAT.
Take Laxative Rromo Quinine Tablets,
All druggists refund the money If It fallu
to euro E. W. Grove's signature lo on
each box. 25c. _
Sick Headache Curod.
promptly by Hick's Capudlne; 15 and
25c. at drug stores.
Konnoy's Boautlful Eaator Pictures
A rare work of art given away Sat?
urday, April 14th.
C. D. KENNY CO.,
292 Main St.
S. E. Cor. Church and Queen Streets.
It will take but one trial to convince !
you that RUDOLPIII & WALLACE
are tho leading tailors. apl
Eye? I'.xnmlnrd Free.
A. Week manager of tho optical
department of the Gale Jewelry Com?
pany, will examine your eyes free. De?
tective vision and complicated ca:;e3
specially Invited to call. v 1c26-tf
To Richmond and Roturn, SI.OO.
Easier Sunday, April 10th, Chesa?
peake and Ohio route steamer Louise
will leave Norfolk S a. m. sharp. Train
arrive In Richmond 11:40 tu in, Stops
at Historic Old Wllllamsburg and
Toano. Round trip to either place, 75c.
Returning, leave Richmond <:3u p. m.
Tickets at the boat.
J. F. HERMAN, Mqr.
Just a word about our line of Hug
liFb Suitings. They are the best Ilird
dcrsfield productions. You know what
that means. lirnoLPin & Wal?
lace. 2-3 Main street. apt
Fill your wants In Earl & Wilson's
Collars and Cuffs and Shirts at RU?
DOLPH! & WALLACE, 33:1 Main
"Newest Discovery" extracts teeth
painlessly. N. Y. Dental'Rooms only,
No. 321. corner Main and Talbot sts.
N. E. of monument; established nearly
20 vears. Enncs, Dentist. New 'phon<\
IN LEGAL CIRCLES.
Will Admitted to Probate in the
The Bumwlll Will Caso Continued Quali?
fications? Property Transfers ? Failure
to Establish Promised Alibi?Accused
Shoplifters Changed Plnccs.
The will of the late 'Miss Mary F.
Cunningham was admitted to probate
in the Corporation Court yesterday,
with Mrs. Mary H. Cull as executrix,
under a bond of $6,000, with no surety.
The following appraisers were
named: John F. Reed, D. A. Marsden,
C. YV. Sams, Murray Priest and Walter
Priest. The eslate.which was bequeath?
ed to the testatrix's nephew, Joseph C.
Harrison, of Brunswick county. A few
personal friend received small legatees.
RUNWILL WILL CASK.
The Rumwill will case,in which un?
due lnlluence to divert the Rumwill es
slate from the natural heir is alleged,
was set for yesterday but owing to the
illness of a witness, it was continued
until the next term.
Arthur Goldhcn, a native of Ger?
many, was granted naturalization pa?
Wm. II. Land qualified as notary
public, with E. R. Joynes as surety.
?Deeds were recorded making the fol?
lowing property transfers:
\ John A. Prltchett' to Bettle G. Od
endhal, lot with Improvements front?
ing 32 feet G Inches on Clay avenue,
near Hamlln avenue; $2,750.
A. P. Warrington, trustee, to Brax
ton O. and Robert A. Williamson, lot
with Improvements fronting 21 feet 8
Inches on the west side of Charles
street; $700. ?
Edward Richardson to F. C. Miller,
lot with Improvements on the north
side of Hamilton avenue; 35 and other
F. C. Miller to Roberta Richardson,
same property; $5 and other considera?
Charles Sharp lo IT. L. Pages and
Hebert Talt. seventeen marsh lots
fronting 50 feet each on Minturn and
Brock streets: $500.
FAILED TO ESTABLISH ALIBI.
After being granted until yesterday to
prove an alibi. Tom Riddiek the negro,
charged with breaking into the resi?
lience of Grace House, of Atlantic City
and assaulting her with a brick, failed
to make good Ids promise, and was yes
tcrday sent on to the grand jury, to
annwer the charge of housebreuklng
and felonious assault.
DEALING WITH SHOPLIFTERS.
Sarah Bryant, the negro woman who
was sentenced to jail for 30 days by
Justice Tomlln Tuesday on the charge
j of shoplifting, and who swore out a
I warrant for the arrest of nnother wo
I man whom she said gave her the goods
found on her person, succeeded In es?
tablishing her innocence in the Police
Court yesterday morning and was dis?
charged. The guilty woman is Mary
Burner, an up-to-date dresser, who re?
sides at King street and First avenue,
Portsmouth. The evidence produced
against Mary was so conclusive that
Junstice Tomlin, sentenced her to 30
dnys in jail. She noted an appeal to the
Corporation Court, but being unable to
furnish a $450 bond went to jail in dc
MINOR POLICE CASES.
Henry Day, colored, supposed to be
Insane was ordered held for a Inquiry
Into his mental condition.
Chris Holmes, was fined $6 for fight?
ing William I Higher.
Maggie Robinson and Mnttie Davis,
both colored, were fined ?.">.r,0 each for
B. S. Beasley was fined Sil for abus?
ing Henry Fisher. An appeal to the
Corporation Court was taken and the
Captain Catling stole a 5 cent pack?
age of salt from A. C. Ward and was
ordered to be whipped.
Peter Harris, a colored porter engag?
ed nt Brown's Hotel, Portsmouth, was
charged with assaulting Jeanette Tin?
sloy in this city. "Upon cross examlnu
tion of witnesses for the prosecution,
by Mr. More Levy, attorney for the ac?
cused, he was discharged.
OTHER LOCAL ON PAGE 3.
A Candidate's Special Card
To all my friends and .supporters from
centre to clrcumfereiare of this city, to
bear wtll in mind thnt thcro nra only a
lew oa.ys intervening between now and
tho primary, ? and my success depends
largely upon your conduct on thnt occa?
sion. "Therefore, I insist upon every voter
who Is In favor of my election to live, posi?
tion as Clerk of tho City Market will
donvo out and stand solid as one man for
mo and bo not Intimidated by any one.but
stand by mo as I mood by General 11. E
Lee in the war from tho 17th day of De?
cember, '03, lo April 0, 'G5, when WO were
forced to surrender.
If elected, I will endeavor to faithfully
,iirr-f ->u oi-i'"M''e"'? pertaining
to tha? office. Wtt.? this I lcavo you un
, o , oay. ...ml.i. ,to soc euch and
every one of you ort that o.-easlon, and
Uli ., vou will please me in the position I
ask :or. Respectfully,
E. D. HART,
U? 133 Mariner St., not Main.
Leads them all.
Be in style and wear one.
WALTER J. SIMMONS & GO.
Easter Hats I
Look at ours. Ladies' Golf
Hats, and Newest Colors
and Styles in
325 Main Street,
Agent? Youpian's $5.00 Hats.
... DEMOCRATIC ...
Rules and Regulations.
Adopted April 11th, 1900, by the Elec?
toral Board, under an act of Assembly,
approved March 6th, 1S94, regulating
Primary Elections In the City of Nor?
folk, Virginia, to govern the Primary
Election, to be held by the Democratic
party of the City of Norfolk, on tho
17th day of April. 1900:
I. All registered white voters, known
to be Democrats, may vote.
II. In case of challenge, the Judges
shall require the elector, on oath, to say
that he Is a Democrat, and if the judges J
have no further doubt us to the elec- |
tor's right' to vote, they shall receive
his ballot. '
Ilk There shall be but one voting
place in each ward, oxecut the Fifth
Ward, where there shall bo two voting
precinct3, and tho said voting places
shall be as follows:
First Ward?John S. Barbour Club?
house, Fenchurch street, near Mariner
Third Ward?Trlpple's store, corner
of Grunby and Charlotte street:'.
Fourth Ward?Stonewall Clubhouse,
Church street, near Queen street.
Fifth Ward?Rylnnd White's office,
on Park avenue, near Brambleton ave?
nue, and at the corner of Kelly and
Sixth Ward?Odd Fellows* Hall, cor?
ner of Camp avenue and Poole street.
IV. There shall be three Judges and
two clerks at each voting place. The
said judges and clerks shall receive five
dollars each per diem as compensation
for their services.
V. Ballot boxes shall be used In the
primary ciectlon, and the local Execu?
tive Committee are directed to have
proper legal boxes placed at each vot?
In each precinct or ward, the judges
shall see that sufficient space is railed
off. or inclosed, to properly and com?
fortably accommodate the judges,
clerks and such persons as shall he ad?
mitted to witness the count. A table I
not more than three feet high shall be
provided, whereon the ballot box, which
shall be prepared in accordance with
the iaw relating to general elections,
shall be placed in full view of the
voters. A barricade four feet high shall
be constructed in front of the voting
place, SO that voters can pas:; singly in
at one end and out at the other, and be
protected from pressure of the crowd
Should any judge or clerk of election
fall to attend at time for holding the
proposed election his place shall he
lilted as required by section one hun?
dred and seventeen, Code of eighteen
hundred and eighty-seven, relating to
VI. The judges and clerks for the
purpose of conducting said elections
shall, before entering upon the dis?
charge of their duties as such, be sworn
as required by law for Judges and
clerks of th" general elections, and
shall have all the rights, powers and
privileges, and be subject to all the
penalties prescribed by law for judges
and clerics of general elections.
VII. Tho Electoral Board will prepare
t and have printed a sufficient number
of ballots for use In the primary elec?
tion, the same to bo printed on white
paper and to contain the names of all
candidates to be voted for at the pri?
mary election. The said ballots will be
so printed that under the heading of
the office to be filled will be placed the
names of all candidates for Unit office,
ail of which, excepting one, shall be
erased by the voter before depositing
his ballot. The failure of the voter to
erase all the names excepting one for
any otllce shall render his ballot void
as to that office, but shall not affect
j the validity of.the ballot as to any oilier
office thereon named in connection with
which the voter may have compiled
with this provision.
VIII. The polls shall be opened at
sunrise and closed at sunset.
IX. Ballots shall he received and
the election conducted as required by
sections one hundred and twenty-three
to one hundred and twenty-seven, in?
clusive, of the Code of eighteen hun?
dred and eighty-seven, relating to gen?
eral elections: Provided that any ir?
regularity in the.copy of the registra?
tion book as to the spelling or initial of
any name may be rectified by the
judges on the day of the primary, if
satisfactory evidence be given to prove
that it !s an error.
X. As soon as the polls are closed
(of which closing proclamation shall he
made by the Judges fifteen minutes pre?
vious thereto), and before the ballot
box shall be opened, there shall be ad?
mitted to each polling precinct not ex?
ceeding five nor less than three Inspect?
ors, who may be selected by the candi?
dates in such manner as they, by a
two-thirds vote, may agree. Thereaft?
er the vote shall he eanvarsed and re?
turns made, as provided by sections one
hundred and twenty-nine to one hun?
dred and thirty-two. Code of eighteen
hundred nnd eighty-seven, relating to
general elect inns.
XI. Xo ticket shall be eotinied ex?
cept the official ticket Issued by the
XII. The copy or the white registra?
tion hook of each precinct In each ward
to be furnished by the registrar of each
prerlnct ns required by section eight
of the act providing for primary elec?
tions In Norfolk, shall he used by the
judges at the. primary.
XHT. Within three days after the
primary election the copies of registra?
tion books used therein shall he deliv?
ered by the judges of each precinct or
ward, where the same have been used,
to the Clerk of the Corporation Court,
to be retained by him subject to inspec?
tion, by any person interested but no
books shall be withdrawn from him,
excepting by tho registrar of the ward
or precinct to which it belongs for the
purpose of correcting or purging it, to
make it agree with the registration
book and to be used ns a copy of the
same at a city or ward e!e.?tion about
to be held as hereinbefore provided.
XIV. Only such candidates for sala?
ried office as shall receive a majority
of votes cast In said primary election
shall be considered as nominated: am!
should no candidate receive a majority
of the votes cast for the otllce for
which he Is running the first day of the
primary election, a second day's pri?
mary election shall be held in like man?
ner, to decide between the two candi?
dates for salaried offices receiving the
highest number of votes at the firs:
day's primary for such offl ?
JOHN B. JENKINS.
E. M. HENRY, Chairman.
KciiMiln perjeat'of a tnech?plp?l or invest Ire ulMI
deslrlnjt ? trip to tho Parin Exposition, wtlbgOOd
tjlirv ?nd einnimmt paid, itio'jli; ?rhu
The PAlBNX RECORD, Baltimore. Md.
FOR CITY SERGEANT \
I respectfully solicit the support of my
R. S. WEAVER
Subject to tue Democratic primary.
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JJIOR RE-ELECTION TO
Clerk of Uio Corporation Court
Court of law und Chancery.
Subject to Democratio primary. mh28-tdp
FOR INSPECTOR OF STREETS?
I respectfully announco myself for
tho office of INSPECTOR OF STREETS,
und ask the support of my fellow citizens.
If elected. I shall give the same attention
to BRAMBLETON and ATLANTIC CITY
WARDS as I do to the other wards of
the city. Respectfully,
J. ARNOLD DAUBY.
IRESPECTFULLY ANNOUNCE MY
self an independent candidate for
CLERK OF THE COURTS, and earnestly
request tho support of all voters.
LUTHER R. BRITT.
FOR COMMONWEALTH'S ATTOR?
W. H. V EN ABLE.
Subject to tho Democratic Primary.
Jr>OR CITY SERGEANT?I RESPECT
. fully solicit your support.
WM. F. ALLEN.
Subject to Democratic Primary. ap8-tdp
OR KEEPER OF CEMETERIES?
(Br?lher of Jas. E. Elhcrlgdo.)
Subject to Democratic Primary.
I respectfully solicit tho vote of my fol?
low citizens. mh27-tdp*
IRESPECTFULLY NOTIFY MY
friends and the public that I am a
candidate for the position of CITY SER?
GEANT, subject to tho Democratic pri?
mary, und solicit their support.
To the People of the CM'
Profoundly grateful for tho confidence
reposed in mo In tho past, and conscious
of the faithful performance of the duties
entrusted to me, I most respectfully an?
nounce myself ns a candidate for th?
olllce of Commissioner of the Revenue,
subject to tho Democratic Primary, to be
held April 17th. Pledging my best efforts
In the performance of every duty, and
holding myself ever ready to obey every
call of my fellow citizens, I beg your
support and Influence.
1 respectfully solicit your support for
JAMES F. REID.
Subject to Democratic primary, apt-tdp
rrt O MY FRIENDS AND FELLOW
J CITIZENS: I thank you for past fa?
vors, and take this opportunity of ex?
pressing lt. I most earnestly solicit your
support In the coming primary for re?
election of Clerk of the Market. Respect?
fully yours. ABE MOSES. Subject to
Democratic primary. apl-tf
FOR PHYSICIAN TO ALMSHOUSH
DR- C. D? J. MACDONALD.
I respectfully solicit your vote and In?
fluence. Subject to the Democratic pri?
FOR HEALTH OFFICER AND PHY?
SICIAN TO ALMSIIOUSE.?I re?
spectfully solicit your vote for re-election.
DR. STARK A. SUTTON.
Subject to the Democratic primary. ap4-td
TO- MY FRIENDS AND FELLOW
citizens.? I respectfully announco
myself a candidate for KEEPER OF
CEMETERIES and ask your support.
J. T. MARSHALL
Subject to Democratic primary. mh2?-lm
Wm. L. BAKER.
Subject to Democratic Primary. ap3-td
1 respectfully announco myself a candi?
date for ro-electlon,
C. BROOKS JOHNSTON
(Subject to Democratio primary.)
JJIOR STREET INSPECTOR?
B. L. CHRISTIAN
Subject to tho Democratic. Primary.
Your vote is respectfully solicited.
OR CITY TREASURER.?I EARN
*? estly solicit the support of my fellow
citizens for re-election to the position of
H- S. HERMAN*
Subject to Democratic primary.
7^ OR MAYOR,
DR. JAS. C. RIDDICK.
Subject to the Democratic Primary Your
vote Is respectfully solicited. rnhZO-lm
XRESPECTFULLY ANNOUNCE MY
self a candidate for election to the of?
COMMISSIONER OF REVENUE
(Subject to the Democratic Primary.)
W. P. DODSON.
OR CITY TREASURER?
Subject to Democratic Primary. mh29-tdr
For City Sergeant.
I RESPECTFULLY SOLICIT YOUB
VOTE AND INFLUENCE FOR
Subject to Democratic primary.
ryy B. TURNER. I RESPECTFULLY
JL ? announce myself a candidate for
your trude and ' patronage. Subject to
Small Profits. Cor. Park and Brambleton
avenues. . af&-?