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THE STATE CAPITAL.
Matters of" Interest to All Virgin
Br-eclal DirputcU to The Virginian.
BlCHMOKD, Vs., December 31.?
Jf there fare any Dew developments
in the eebool book matter they Lave
not come to tUo surface. Mr. Mas
eey is still at hi* home io Albomarle,
but is expected back here by Wed?
nesday, wbeu it is presumed he will
proceed to make Rood hi* promiee
to sue Hie Norfolk Pilot fordern
ages. It is not known positively
Tviiu will be Mr. Masseys lawyers,
but as stated a few days ago it 1?
deretood tout ?o is anxious to secure
lion. Wolter U. Staples as h?? cliiof
counsel. The American Book Cdui
pauv uo doubt will associate with its
chief attorney in New York, a mem
ber ol thu bar at Norfolk to conduct
To morrow being New Year's day,
Gov. O'Ferrall will hold a reoeption
at the F.xecutive Maneiou from uuon
to 4 p. m. No invitations have been
sent outaud everything will be eu
ttrely luloruia). His Excellency is
desirous of meeting all his friends
and requests any who cau oatl to do
eo. 'lhe Governor will ho assisted
by the members of his stall'.
Common wealth's Attorney H. I.
Lewis, ol King William, was in the
city to day and stated that the cane
of "smallpox in his county is ofiect
ively quarantined and he thinks die
spread of tho disease will bo pre?
vented, unless it was contracted by
others before tbe quarantine w??
established in this particular case.
The man with tho smallpox is a
Pamunkcy Indian aud recently came
honie lroin New York, lie was in
the compuuy of ten or a dozeu per
sons the duy he wns takeu ill aud all
of them are kept olosely cuutiued to
their bouses. Of course, if fresh
ca?es break out the situation will
beeomo serious. Tho house in which
the lndiau is sick is only 100 yardii
frurn the York Uiver railroad, near
Lester Manor station.
Notwithstanding the hard times
of tbtiyear, the reports show that
RiiihUiouO has doue a good business
-?.huh than thut of the average
city, Thnro has been au enormous
increase m exports uud a large m
creas<- in imports. A good ebowiug
is made by Die jobbing trade aud an
encouraging exhibit by the maun
file tares. The reul es in to uud build
lug interests have probably suffered
most. A good yoar in real ostutu
is looked for and there will bo cou
siderab.c buildiug done hore. l!-t
ter tiii.ee nil around are generally
The eightieth anniversary of Old
Monumental Cbnrou was celebrated
by appropriate exeroiaea yesterday
morning aud alternoou, .Extensive
improvements have been made in
the interior of the churoh for the
better accommodation of the sur
piioed choir, wiiich wan inaugurated
ouo week ago, This choir rendered
graud musio yesterday. in the
moiuiug tho rtetor, Kev. F. S.
Sticknev, preached u beautiful ser?
mon and at the afternoon service
Rev. Dr. Moses D, Hogo spoke to a
packed house. Dr. Homo's sermon
is spoken of as oue of his greatest
efforts. It was thought particularly
appropriate to have the distin?
guished Presbyteriuu spe:?k ou this
? '?eut-iuii. not only ou account of ins
locg uud honored pastorate iu Bich
mouil, but as evidence of tea fact
that the relations now existing be?
tween the Episcopalians nud Pres*
byteriaus ol thi* city are as friendly
as ihey were iu the days of Parsons
?ueuauan and Blair.
Tue case ol Johu Wheelwright, a
member ol the well-known manu
iaoiuring concern uf Wheelwright &
Archer, charged with attempting to
assauit his wife, was dismissed by
the Police Justice to-day. Mrs.
Wheelwright immediately bro.iylit
suit iu the Law and Equity Court
for separation from her husband,
Mrs. Wheelwright charged her
husband with threatening to km
The cold weather has made ice
form two or three inches thick on
tho ponds about Richmond, and
thoEo foud of skating aro enjoying
line sport. Not less than 1,000 peo?
ple were at Reservoir l?se yesterday
afternoon, and notwithstanding it
was Sunday, many ohuruh people
were among those skating. Mayor
Richard M, Taylor spent some time
there, but only as a spectator. Tne
lake was covered with people until
quite late at night. Mauy were at
tho lake at Forest Hill Purk und at
other hkating resorts near the city.
Mr. Ueorge Mclntof-b was at tho
Capital to day and oalled on the
Governor, but his visit hud no ref?
erence to the Norfolk Judgesbip,
Pretideut-elect Boatwright, of
RicLmoud College, is expected to
make known his decision to morrow
as to whether or not he will accept
lhe pcbition. Bie intimate friends
say he will not decline.
Yesterday morning the congrega?
tion of St. Paul's Churoh ?aw tor
the first time the new memorial
window placed iu thBt editieo to
commemorate the memory of the
late (leu. Joseph R. Andeisou, for
many years thooonior warden of the
lion. Thomas S, Martin and wife,
Judge Harrison and family and
J udge Riiey aud wife and two daugh?
ters have taken rooms with Mrs.
Dural. No. 301 East Franklin street,
from tho 1st of January.
Miss Jennie Wiglesworth, a popu?
lar teacher in the public sohools,
died this morning. She had been
giok only a abort liise.
is responsible for many of man's (and woman's) physi?
cal woes?but the pic needn't be poor, and it may
bring joy iustead of woe. How ? Use nothing but
COTTOLENE for shortening and the pie crust will be
delicate, flaky, delicious, aud so healthful that even a
dyspeptic can cat freely of it and be ^ss^33^^.
comfortable. COTTOLENE can't be
equalled as a shortening, and is abso- /jr^^CD^S??
lutely healthful. Genuine has this trade fe^-|$jf '4$?$t?\M
mark on every pail. Take no other. W^Q^i^^^W
THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY,
ST. LOUIS and CMICAQO.
PERSONALS AND BRIEFS.
hems oi a Personal and Newsy
gpoelal Din'rttoh to the Virginian.
EiiiZABKxn City, N. C, Decombor
31,?The first enow of tlio seusou
fell today. It began falling last
ni^ht and Btill eoutiuuos. At pres?
ent it i9 several inches deep. The
sleigh bolls jiust'.o merrily nR we
write, aud the r-mall boy is enjoying
the luxury (seldom enjoyed hero) of
snowlrhlling and attaching hia sled
to pacing sleigh?.
Tho sociable of the Chic Club
held at the residence of Mr. Jas. E.
Old on Friday night won abont tho
most successful one they navo given
sinco their organization. Eighteen
couples were present,
I I o Brownie Club give a germon
at Armory Ball to night. A good
ninny visitors are in town spending
the holidays and a larger number of
couples thau usual are expected to
The usilal Sunday services were
held at all tho churches yesterday.
Rev, J, II. Hall haviug returned,
conducted services at the M. E.
Church, aud Rev. Ij. L, Williams,
Ho roctor, officiated at Christ
Church, Hcv. l'r, Johnston at tho
Presbyterian nud Rov. L)r. Blaek
W? II at tho Baptist.
The ChristmaR tree exhibition will
he held at the Baptist Church to
uif-ht. Dr. Blaokwell says they will
tinve Romething new and attractive
in lire way of decorations nud au in?
teresting programme will bn pre?
sented by mem hers of the Sunday
The disbanding of tho Pasquotank
P.itlcs, which took place at their lasi
meeting last week, is to be deplored.
The compauv was organized about
twenty years ago and since that time
has beau an houor to the town. Tney
have taken several prizes at com?
petitive drills at eucampmeuts of the
State |Guard and the company
was generally acknowledged to be
tho liuest iu the State. They have
never seen octivo service, but were
always ready to respond to the call
of the Governor,
The negroes here will celebrate as
nsnal tho anniversary of the eman?
cipation proclamation to-morrow.
To-morrow btiug a logal holiday
the banks and poslolliee will be
clored. Several watch meetings will
be held to night to natch tho old
year out and the new iu.
rainrrs Will Lose*
By Southern AssooiateJ Proas.
Massii.on, 0., December31,?The
miners are thought to be bound to
lose their demand ior a better scale
than that awarded t bem by t be board
of arbitration. The operators would
never havo left tho issue to a disin?
terested committee had not public
opinion seemed to demand it, and
now, with public opiuion to Bustaiu
them in insisting tl.ut the men shall
make good their word, they are uu
likely to yield.
j Tboy aro tired of conferences;
I they declare now that a lew days
will see thuin preparing to import
i new men to lake tho places of those
who refuse to work. They regard
this as the only way to break the
I strike, and tboy fully comprehend
that it means anxiety and possibly
tumult. Previous to the arbitral
liou proceedings they had Contract
ed for uew meu, armed guards,
teuts and stockades, and they will
Hitnply pick up tue thread where
they dropped it. They might be
willing lo wait till spiing, but they
canno: afford it.
BvSoutliern A,' . I-into I Pratt.
j Cincinnati, ()., December 81.?
j Col. \V. O. P. Breckinridge, who
j sued Gustavus A. Myer to reoovei
the receipts levied upon at his lec
1 ture lhursday ui?ht, lost bit case
today. The Court sustained Myer'a
claim for servioes in taking deposi?
tions in the Pollard case a year ago.
Uy SoutiiKi u Aad.iciKied Prsis.
Paris, December 31.?Tho Coun?
cil ol Revision has coulirmed the
sentence of confinement iu u fortress
for life which was imposed upon
Capt, Alfred Dreyfus by courl mar?
tial ou December 22(1.
I be .?lottern Moilier. """
Has found that her little ones are
improved more by the laxative,
Syrup of Pigs, wheu in need of the
laxaxtive etlect of a gentle remedy
than by any other, ami thnt it is
more acceptable to them. Tho true
remedy, Syrup of Figs, is maun
factnrod by the California fig
Bjiuo Co, only,
THE COCKADE CITY.
Many Matters to Interest Peters
burgers in Norfolk.
Spseiul Dispntoh to Tho Virginian.
Petbrsduko, Ya., December 31.
?Tbo pulieo commissioners held a
meeting to-daj' nt tlie police station
to investigate the charges against
Chief of I'olico Parkinson for re?
instating Sergeant R. S. Chnudler
after engaging >?? n ?ght w,,u Mr.
11, P. Itaglaud, auother member of
the police force. Bidoro tho light
Mr. Kaglaud surrendered his star to
the chief of police, aud said lie
would give up his job. After henr
n good deal of testimony, Hie coin
miasioners excused Chief Parkinson
for re-instating Sorgeuut Chandler,
aud also re-appointed Mr, liaglaud
to his former place on tho cort>s.
Tho coruuus6iouerB next proceeded
to tho election of two sergeants of
tho police foree for the next bix
months. Those elected were Ser?
geants li. 8. Chandler and It. 11.
liragg. Tho commissioners also ro
eleoted James M, Young and lrviug
Drown substitute policemen,
In tho Hustings Court to day
.lames Hauooek. a watchmaker, was
arraigned to answer three separate
Chargen of lurcouy. Ttio larceuy
with which the accused was ehargetl
was that of Btealing two articles
from II, W. Fowler and oue from
Uuorgn A. Drown. Tho jury found
u verdict of not guilty in onoh case
und the prisoner wuh discharged.
There wub a bribk fall of -i. \\
here onrly this morning, and yes
terday there was akntiug on the lake
at West Bud 1'ark.
I learn of but few changes to bo
made in business circles during the
Tho F.xcelsior Mills of E. H. Pat
tesuu A: Co., at the foot of South
street, wero destroyed by fire this
afternoon about ? o'clock. Tho on
u;iu is not knowu. Lob?, between
$3,500 and S 1,000; insurance, S'2,350.
1 in- Block was valued at $500, on
whicu tbcre was an iiiBurauco of
only $50. During the lire a horse
hitched to a wugon took fright and
rau away. The driver, a negro
named James White, wob thrown out
and badly injured,
Alre, J, L. Day lor nud Miss Mag
gie Baylor, of Norfolk, aro visiting
Fire in tho Delevan House...Heavy
I3v Southern Associated I'ross.
Ai-iiANV, N. Y., December 81.?
The Intent estiuiato is that thirteen
persons, nil employes <>f the hotel,
porisbed iu tho Delevan House lire
l-irt night. Threo of the missing
people ore men and ten aro women,
A conservative estimate of the loss
is $ 150,C00 on the building, which is
insured lor 8100,000, aud $50,1)00 on
Iba building, which is insured for
$37,5000. 1 lie rents of the hotel
ure insured for S2'l.U0u.
?s MeiBser St Mulfelder, dealers in
wholesale uotioub, who occupied it
~tore under the annex, Buffered a
loss by lire und water ol $1U,0JJ.
Slight losses wore incurred by
several merchants on tue opposite
Hido of Proud way, caused by lulling
walls and iitteuao heat.
t in in w ng tie.
fjy Southern Associated Tross.
PiTTSBUKd, Deoember 81,?The
Carnegie MiIIh at iJiaJduek, Home
stead, Lawrenceville, I) upiesne und
Heaver Palls, will resume wi.rk
Wednesday morning. iho lima
allowed for the acceptance of the
new wugo Beule expired Saturday
evening. The new rates wer"
generally aooepted by tho employes
and 12,000 men will return to w?rk
Wednesday at the different mills,
1 he nvorage reduction in wages
amounts to probublv 15 or 2u per
cent, from lust year's scale, The
rollers and Bineliors in tho Open
Hearth und Bessemer mills received
a cut of from 25 to 15 per cent.,
while tho wages of many low priced
workers were not oharged, Many
of the Homestead steel workers,
who ure dissutibtied with tho out
rnude by iho new wa^e ?caie, will
remove to Ashlebula county, O.
They wid exoliunge their homes and
other property for furins.
Messrs. Horuco 8. Peed and Ja?.
M. Jortlan iiuvo formed a co purttier.
ship under the firm name of F, U,
l'eed >t f-iou, to eooduot the ship
ohauditt.v and Bhip supply business,
at Water street and itoanoke ave?
Cooler 1st, 1?94. etrtO.su.tnti
Great Rebuilding Sale !
AT A SACRIFICE!
WE QUOTE BELOW A FEW OF THE MANY ARTICLES THAT WILL BE SOLD
SALE WILL BEGIN TUESDAY, JAN. 1, 18S5.
7c Hamburg Edging, 5c yard.
25c Hamburg Edging. 20c yard.
5c Ladies' White Handkerchiefs, 3c.
75c Chenille Table Covers. 49c.
Zephyr Worsted, split or single, 4c lap.
Saxony Yard, white, black, all colors, 8c
3 yard Velveteen Skirt Binding. 5c piece.
$3.00 Plush Photo Albums, 98c each.
$1.00 Plush Photo Albums, 380 each,
ioc Children's Merino Vests, 6c each.
One lot of 25c Purses, 15c each.
Si.co Hand Bags. 25c each.
$1.25 Bed Comforts, 97c each,
$5.00. $4.00 or $3,00 Ladies' Trimmed
Hats; 98c each,
ioc Photo Frames, 5c each.
Ladies' Wool Felt Hats, 19c each.
Ladies' French Felt Hats, 30c each.
D-4 Table Oil Cloth. 15c yard.
50c Red Table Cioth, 35c yard
50c Bleached Table Linen, 35c yard.
25c Red Table Cloth, 18c yard.
5c Cotton Towels, 3^c each.
$2.co Heavy Shawls, 98c each.
$1.98 Ladies' Flannel Waists, $..25.
$1*75 Ladies' Flannel Waists, 900.
10c Shoulder Shawls, 5c each.
$1.00 Blankets, 59c pair.
10c Linen Napkins, 8c each.
5c Lmen Towels, 3AC each.
15c Silk Handkerchiefs, 10c each.
7c Silk Handkerchiefs, 5c each.
Dressmakers' Cambric, 4c yard.
Ladies' Dornet Wrappers. 40c each.
Ladies' Fancy Hose, 3c pair.
Infants' Red Flannel Pants, qc pair.
^c Hamburg Edging, 3c yard.
204 Main St., Norfolk,Va.
Prior to my
I Will Close Out My Entire Stock of
at 25 Per Cent. Less than Actual Cost
DR. M. CURBY BURKHARD'S
? !.;>:M.,: Kv -|.i riui reducai Irom patients
at a distance, w bo ?-hu not personally consul!
uiL'.ami being unntjie to ?mv.i i iti<- many cor
r?*p"nileiil?. ami ftirnlah at ?h?rt DOtlcS the
raturltr Prescription, h? used by me '!ur
in,; h praoilceoi twenty
v live years, nave <-on
(.r-riirii to prepare ?ml
supr.iy lo you im? un?
rivaled remedy lor Fe
j The dona* of medical
T'A I cliiMiiimiv BiKlnrit In
? f3 _J nr. Iturlibnrd'a
/^jyi fcv?*??.1 n t::.. x decrees stronger
^!tv than anv known medi
????t *o mild that the leaMest can take
tbam with perfect wurity : jrel so powerful
In ttie:: . If m t? tl at Ihey ?'??? Safely i-iillcil
a Nevei Kail 00 Regulator. Each box con?
tains fifiv pills, with full dlrecil'iim enclosed.
Pries, Fife 11 ;lf,r* per box. by Oni*
flats or SPht by mall upon receipt of price.
Herne? ?:i natei t ibedicloes. Take only the
I repari i j reai rtptlou ol ? physician in prac?
tice I?r. JI. t iirln nnrlihanl. Ihf> reliahle
tpeolalltt. OfHce, 107 Park Avenue, itaitiuiore
Mil. Cut tl.lsou: fur future roteitfiice.
At the Old Haadanarters,
24 Rcanoko Ave.
GRAIN and OA ILL FEED.
i LARUENTOfjK <? HAND AND 1>
It \tt*i ?.
It. Hunter Holers and J. It. llouila are
tlio only authorized persona to ? olltiot
uioiity ior me.
K. L,. GRANDY,
For Over Fifty Years
! Soothing Syrup
has been uaei fcr chiMren while toeth
ing. a soothes the child, suiton* tno
gams, anajs all pnin euros wind cholio,
irgmates tho tiotnaoh on i bowels, and
Is tha bent rcmnly for diarrh ?a. Tweu
ty-tlvo Centn a Dottla Hold by nil orug.
gists thruUKhout tns world. Belti-iu.w,
For Malaria, Liver Trou?
ble, or Indigeat ion., use
BROWN'S IRON BITTERS
CURES ALL SKIN
Physicians en lone P. P. P. as a splen
did combination. HOtl pre-oiibe it wit'i
pre*', satisfa t. ? for thn oures of ?11
toruis ami rt ?.<:>??> of Primary, Secondary
au.i l'ertiary Siyphilia, ayphilitio ltueu
Cp. p. p. m
ir.atism, 8crofulons Ulcers an 1 Scores,
'???an in a- Swellings, lUifcUniiitinin. Mai >
tin. OH Corun o i loers that hare re?
sisted all triatniMit, t.'utarrli. Hkio Dia
4 t ltl'.S
rimes. Eczema, chronio Femal9 Com
plaints. Mercurial Poison. Tettor, r-ealil
Mead, etc. otc.
i'. 1?. i'. ia a powerful tonic, and an ex
reiieut appetizer, building nplheiTyi^
l.dii.iii whose ly stems are poisoned an )
wlioso hluod is in nu Impure condition,
mit io mi ustrtial irretuiUt iliei. ar.< pe?
culiar? bonodtel by tiie wonderful ton.a
all i I'lood-cleHiisina; properties of l'. P.
P., I riukly Aeh, Poke Hoot aud Potas
UPPMAN BROS.. Prnns..
Druggists, Idppman's lU'k. Hnvann ih.Ua.
Hook on Pdood Diseases tnaned ir"
WALKE ?St WILLIAMS?
AUiiiix?, :>uiuiOLU, Ya.
ITernrrr/ Cln?U Urnriev. You inrefn Pro
proportion on nil) n< ? hiiet. Pan!/, BuUl or Ortr*
tcah. Cut to order, faultleu fit. 42
Plymouth Rock S;m
92 North Main Street.
VITAL TO MANHOOD.
Dr. K. a WEXT* NERVE AND UKAIH
ritEATMENT, ? ?peclAo for Ely ?teils, l'Uxr
o???, Fit?, Nxurulyl.i, Headache, nervous Pros?
Imtloii mtiM<d t.y alcohol or tobnrco, Wakeful
oe??, Menial I>?prc??loii, Hoftenlrisr (if Jtrnin,
mutinr Insanity, misery, decay,death, Proms*
liiru Old Ami*. llarrehneM. h-" of Power In
either sex, Impotent ., Ltmcorrbota nod nil
l eniuln Weaknesses. Iiivnlunlaiy Losses, Sper
lustnrrhu'n rtmcil l>v iner-exortlon of bruin,
lelfsbuie, orei-Indulgence. A mouth's trciit
Dient, SI, fi f.ir S3, I? mail. With each order for
Ihmes tvltli |H will ?eu I written guarantee to j
ftiiiid If not cured, (lunrimti es I-..'. by i
?gellt. WEST'S I.IVFft PI1.I.S cure.i Blei ,
Headache. BII!oa?nonj,I,IVer Complaint, Sour
Man ii h, hyspep*la ami Constipation) ul'AK.
IN TEES Imucd only by
W. H. TERRY &CO.
Irwin's Twin Oity Exoress
W. T. IHWIM & CO.. IHOPhlETOKS.
0VP10K 1U?' WATKlt ST.. NORKOLK.VA
Ample facilities for hanlini; anything
to and fromauywheieiu tbo three citlos
islevkuuo i\o, ?. Cbarges reasonable
AUCTION BAI.E8? THIS HAV
By Taylor A Co., Auctioneer*,' 24 Market &>
tJNTIRKSTOCK Of HOUSEHOLD FURNI?
TURE, PIANO. ORCANS, PARLOR AND
BEDROOM SUITS, Ac, Ac,
iTertnic dele, mined to discontinue bnslncg
nt 114 Market square, we w. I >ed on WllDME?
DAY, .lane* y v.i. lays, .m ,.? iig 1"H
oil ck, without limit ot-n i^rTu, tlio lul'ow Ii?
If EMI IRELY NliW PARLOR St lT-> in Silk!
Biocattl, 4 i Ak BEDROOM SUILS ?'O.M
PLETE, 1 P.ano. :i PARLOR ORGANS,
LOUNUES, lot) ASSORTED CAM AM' WOOfJ
MEAT ROCKING 'TIAIRK, mo ASiOBl'Ri?
LANK anI? H'imiD SEAT D1NINU H tiM
CD A IKS, ;i i >AR SI I'EDO A OS, n\K-AN;
WALNUT HAT RACKS, BUltBAUSL BED
BTKADS.CRADI I - CR1IIS, OAK ANi> wal
NUT EXTENSION TABLES RKFal?EltA?
TORS. LOOKING AND HEATINO STOVES. I
RSTIREI.Y Mil CURLED II.Mil MAIS
T tESS.CHOCKKRV, OLASSWAUE.4C. lb -?
>.<o ? nr- all lOilshjiicd, and wo aiP -Wre teJ
ly tlreo*r.erstn rloso Iheirt. Unit gtvit:* tu?
Irade and laiblle i.eir lly an opportunity te>
purcbssi r/< o.ls at their own price*. Don't faD
to atleud till* -al ?.
TAY I Oil A TO.,
Jat-if 24 Va kcl square.
By The Moni? Auction House, 83 Rsnlt street
r Alter: .\ni> atim: \< t.vi: s * LR At <>rtt
Vi auctliii'-boiise, on i is iaV MORN I NO.
J unitary 1st, at in i.\ oYloik, vir.: UvdroW
Suites,Vine Pit riot Suite* i...ne<, Kxi nsloa
Tablts, Sldeboaids, Wardrobe, Fine Roll mp
Desk, Writing Tables. I ester Press, Cook ans
Healing 8lOVe?, Flhe Ue.orntcd Ware,
DINNER, TEA AND TOILET 8E!8,
rni??,.'.9 and tnirsln Carncl*. Rugs. Druggets,
Picture*.Sllver-l'laicd Ware Ao Alu? lso?
Sjotint of wlioni it may c nctru, s. lot of Giro*
cerlei, fanned iion.is. Sb w Oasis, Ac.
Indies especially iuvlted to attend sai?.
It. It. MORRIS,
Closing Out Sale of Furniture.
To clore our business by January 1*1, wears
ofterinc at prlv?tu and public sale o'ir entir?
line of POItMllRi: and HOl'iEIHH.O
0ODS al price* lower than they can be taads
I the I rl.ny.
i i o .? ?Lhieg line or plain rurntlure to fli
I heir hornet, or n> make presents, would save a
w- eat dod of money by examining lefoiepur*
TAYLOR A i-i>?
dell tf 24 Market ^yuare.
AUCTION SAI.KS ? FtJTUKHl IIAVI
fj1 r.l'STEK'S SALE,
Hy vir ue cf a certain deed of Irost from
Tiberltii I amiieri to me ?< trustee, dateJ the
?*11> day of December, in the vear 1804, anil
duly er record, 1 will ?eil ul public suction, ??
WbDNE-DAY,,l*nuary 2.1, tuff, at 12 o'ci cb
ra., on tbs prtmls?*, itu t;d mi ihs northwest
coiner of Avon anil Cove streets, is ihe cttyof
Noriolk, ,Va^, the JoRowiui prop rty,to-w t
All the,stock ol Uouds. wares. Merchandise,
Vt hii-k es \V in--, 1.1 ,'i.-ig i: r fixtures, and alt
other personal ptoperty f r?.iy nature t.n-1
snd description contained in the said premises*
a so sll Lie. ntti ill State and United StatsSj
, onyi v. i to in li ? said ile. d.
if It.MS i ash.
L W. LAM1 ERP,
dt;'J0*dtds lrj.lt- e.
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UHU. KfiTATB AORXT9
W. H. H. Trice & Co,,
Real Estate Brokers,
29 BANK STREET. PHONB ?05.
RESIDENCES ? SIX NEW HOUSE!*.
137, 1T? UUL'SH STREET, ALL IM
PRO i ED,
912 PR Et MASON STREET.
Lib DUKB HTP.EEf, 6?, 70 MA RISER
88 FALKLAND STREET, 130 FHEEMA
NICE Hon-IS CLAY AND PARK AYR
514 QOEE 4 STREET, C37 I.OV1TT AVE?
OFFICES-87 MAIN STREET, PLUMB
STORES-60, 71, liW WATER STREET.
33L>, 1? CHURCH. 4. OOMMBROH
POUR ON RANDOLPH STREET
H. G. Hoggard & Go,,
Real Estate and
I2G MAIN STREET.
PHONB No. 7fJ.
FOR IlENT?Hfl Wllloughby, ?l'ani
315 Willo ghby, all modern convenienoee
nud cisterns; IMi Park avcuiie. 40 Park
avenue, 7S Hif?liland, H 0:> llighlnu I nvs
lino, 'i Kelly avenue, uew house oriQiBbs
uvenue, 49 Won i street, b? Oha ei, Lii
lire At-r, 78 Charlotte Btroet, 70l Cliapel,
0 and 18 Rs.vter r. .nun 39 nud 48 Duub.VS
KOR "-AI.E- l wo houses on Park av#
nue. four on Will? ghby avonuo. two or?
t'onko avonuo. one on Oibbs aveude*
lour oti Highland tlm-o ou Reservoir,
one "ii Tuustull, two on l'iilkiAnd. iwj>
on l oviU uven io, one on < lay. one on
(' reuue, Huntorsville. and uico lots oa
Kreemuson. Iloiisi. Durtmoutli. t or
1 row, Marshal I, HiThlani'., Pnrk ?ndl
(Jlbbs.alsos ?oral nice farms well oostoA,
suitable for stock raising, rain or truch
farming, on easy term . Correspouden a
Why Pay Kent?
When $36 cnah and from 510 to 826 pas
month will buv you a nice Lome oei
either Blgblaud. Corprow. Rowland o?
Division avenues. I'or further partioiv
lars apply to
H. L. F? A.?E sfe CO.
Solo siceiitn. No. 10 Hunk etreet.
Not en i- hereby gi on that tra have
this day, Decembei 2eth, 1894 purcbasaH
tue entire ad ck o.
QROCER1ES, LIQUORS AND ALt?
OTHER ST CK,
ns well a? thr- fixtures, .Vc, < onln ned ill
ati.ro former jr oecuoied by w. H. Ow
S\ki?, c.irnrr IIa i in i Ohestnul streets.
Norfolk cotiuty, Va., and hav? at>p iutel
\Y, H < . Syki h our ngonl lo l> y and soil
for rush only.
doi--:Ut ?'. E. ALLEN A CO.
KEMEMBERTHAT VOi'i: PROP BUT t
may bo swept away withuiit uotioa, I
and that lifo's porio I of diir.ttion is uu-M
certain- l'reparu for either ci.u !?_?,?>ii.iyw
by wisely pTSAlng INSOKANOB wit? ?
U.S. BOYKIN A LO??o. 6 Main street,
oflolk, Va, -Ifta?