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SUFFOLK LOCAL, f
Mr. Harry Yeonisu aud bride, who
doped to Oatosvillc Saturday aud re
turued from thitbor to Sntl'olk, left
Suuday afternoiiu tor tho homo of the
groom's father, near Chucbutuok.
Col. Peters, til tbo National (limrd of ,
Tennessee,was intliocity in the interest
of the hu i interstate drill und en- I
campmcnt to be held at MempUis -May
11th to 21st. This promisee to bo the
largest affair of tho kind over held iu
this country. The list of pn/.os ttggre \
gates $17,500. The Colonel is on a
tour of the South. East and West, hav?
ing visited New Orleans, Mobile, Mont?
gomery, Birmingham, Atlanta, Savuu
nob, AuRtisia, Charleston, Jacksonville,
Fla., Chattanooga, Kuoxvillo and has
entered companies from eaoh place.
He loft for Richmond yesterday.
He met tue officers of the several
companies on'l placed tho matter lie
lore theru. NVo trust i hat tbo Nor foil;
Bines and Ht lesst one or two of tho |
rifle companies will go to Memphis, us
it is an opportunity that they cannot
afford to miss, Norfolk should bo rep?
resented.
Put on Record.?These deeds were
yesterday recorded: Thomas W. Smith
to B. M. Bruce, n one half interest in
tho "Cnddebeok" farm, consideration
??200. desso E, Rnwles et als, to Adurn
Simmons, teu neres of land in Chucka
tnck Magisterial District, considera?
tion $100.
Family Rkixion.?Yesterday being
an onuiversary of Mrs. 13. W. Beule's
birth it was oeltibratcd by a family re?
union. Besides thosu of her children
residing in Snffolk, there were present
Mrs. YV. G. l'arror aud daughter, of
Portsmouth, and Mrs. R. T. West, of
"Waverley.
Polk Miller in Suffolk,? Polk
Miller nt tho City Hall Tbeutre last
evening gave ono of his reulistio dialect
recitals, with lianjo nccompnniment,
and interesting character sketches. Mr,
Miller is a genius in Iiis lino and can
wore accurately depict thn provincial"
ismo anil peculiarities of dialect and
racial character of the unto bellum col?
ored man than any person bet?re tho
public. His delineations uro enter
taining ns well im instructive. The
proceeds were for tho lieneiil of Meth?
odist Organ Fund Society.
RaTLttoAD Train %s. Ox Oaitt.?The
Sassenger train on thu Atlantic anil
'auville rosil collided with *an ox cart
a lew miles west of Suffolk yesterday
morning. It whh driven by u colored
boy named Harr)* Johnson, who was
hauling it lond ol wood, lie snw the ap?
proaching train just us thu crossing wus
reached and jumped a fuw seconds be?
fore the collision without injury. The
or was tbrowu thirty foet and instantly
killed. Tho cart can ouly bo located
iu small sections, while tltu wbolo load
of wooii will never bo found, Thu en
glue was not derailed.
BERKLEY BRIEFsT
Mr. Daniel Old died at bis homo, in
South Norfolk, Sunday night at in
o'clock, nt tor a lingering illness, oi
a complication of diseases. The de
ceased was 51 years old aud a native of
Currituck county, N. O. He ieavos a
?widow and several sisters to moiiru
their loss. Tbe remains will bo for?
warded this morning via tho Norfolk
aud Southern railroad to bis old home
lor interment.
Mr. Charles BlivoriR is reported <puto
flick at hi* home, on Berkley aveuue.
Rev. Dr. George H. Hay preached
with great power Ht the Ohestaut Street
M. F. Church Sunday morning and
evening. Five persons were received
into tho church at the morning service
and eight professed run version at the
jyoung men's meet mi/ iu the afteruoou.
Wtisn the citizens of Berkley assem?
ble in mass meeting to consider the
betterment of the town's present iiua.ii
ciol condition they will nut consul, r
annexation, unless the invitation is ex?
tended bar officially. If tho '?City
Fathers" of Norfolk wish to place them?
selves on record as favoring a "Greater
Norfolk" it would be well for them to
take some action iu this mutter, and
liavo a committee present with power
to act. _
Marino !Voi?-?.
The Norwegian steamer Vale, bound
from Oebsra to Baltimore, was picked
up about 160 miles cast of Cape Honr3'
and towed to Hampton Roads yester?
day by the British steamer Alisa. The
Yale ht.d lost thu blades of her pro?
peller.
The tng Pennwood, Capt, Fooks,
whiob left htro March ?Ith for Trinidad,
Cuba, with the tug Mauati and two
Bteel barges iu tow, has arrived at
AVatling's Island with tbe loss of oue of
the barges, Capt. Sampsou, of the
eteamer Earnwell, at Santiago, report
cd tho safety of the Peiinwuod to tho
Joseph R. Foard Company, He did
not state which barge was lost.
Tho dolphin of piles from which this
fixed red light whh shown, in nine feet
water, on the oust side of the channel,
at the oud of Burnt Iii.use 1'ier,
Thames river, has been carried away
by ioe. The light will bo re-established
us soon as practicable, of which due
notice will he given.
I'rt-na Club Meriting.
A raeatiug of tho Norfolk and Ports
mouth Press Club was held yesterday
afternoon iu the club's rooms with a
stood attondance. Several iow mem?
bers were elected and bnsities? of im?
portance was transacted, Tho resigna?
tion of Treasurer Hugh M. Murray was
accepted aud Mr. Josoph J. Heu?elly,
of The Yikgikiay staff, was uuani
Snously elected to fill the position.
It lllanr* tlio House.
The Bed Bug. Poison sold at Bur
pow'a drug store. Warranted tho
strongest srticle made. Only 25 cents
? pint. A brush given to apply it. Oue
of our hotel tuen says: "It knocks them
ailly. 1 would riot bo without it."
Try Murray's dinners end breakfasts
e()c. each. They are the best iu the
lato; W Bvaueko aveua*.
Tlrcnter lint*.
Tho Now Jersey legislature has fol?
lowed Iii?' lead of the New York legisla?
ture in throwing out an anti-high worn
art's bat at public amusements bill. It
now remains for the New Jersey women
to follow tho example set by many of
tliu fashionablo Now York women in
discarding tiio use of tho too high lint
in all places whom it can discommode
other people.
By tho way, it seems to ua that tho
for too lutr.li woman's hat ought not to
1 \v r:i in church any more than nt
theater or concert. It tuny prevent tho
pi rson who sits behind from witnessing
tho church curoraonios or from sei ing
tho clergyman. A row of these too high
huts in a pew may prevent a lot of peo?
ple from beholding tlio things which
ought not to be beyond their vision.
Tho loveliness of a lovely woinnu In
tho street, or in her carriage, or in an
elevated train, or in a trolley or horse
ear may, however, be enhanced by tho
wcariug of a bat that is as high and as
ornamental as she pleases or as box
puruu will justify. ? Now York Bun.
She, Objected to Footlights.
A roar of applause greeted Susan 13.
Anthony in the National Woman'a (loan
oil as shu advanced from tho wings to
tho front of tho stage, whoro tho foot?
lights suddenly blazed out with all
their forco, lighting up to advantage
her silver hair, striking face and well
formed figure. She seomod as she stood
there before tho audience, gavul in
band, a littiug leader of American wom?
en. Jler hearing was dignified, graceful
and unconscious, as calm and command?
ing as aQreok goddess, with nothing of
the masculinity aud aggressiveness gen?
erally t-upposcd to bn tho qualities of
tho leaders and advocates of equal suf?
frage. Thosowho had never before seen
her were impressed and fascinated, and
thoso to whom sho was familiar WOro
delighted and charmed.
"My, my," sho exclaimed good bu
morodly as the gas flared tip again, "1
oan't stand this. Let the lights be
turned off. Anything but tho foot?
lights. " ? Washington Post.
Hi, ir Fatal Ml*take.
Returned Traveler?What lias become
of Catchern ov Cbcatoin, tho rich lawyer.-'
Ketlrod, 1 presume?
Kosldont?Yes, retired. They aro both
In t lie poorhousc,
'?i'hew! What happened!"'
"They hail a quarrel and sued each oth
or."?New York Weekly.
From the Itlb.
Solontlflous?111 the study of evolution
it is of paramount Importance that wt
should discard nil hellet' in Mother Kvn.
Jolllous?IX course. Hie wna only i
hldo Issue anyway.?New York World.
A Dolla-litrul Neighborhood.
He?Say, old woman, what do yo'.i
think of the splendid view?
She?I am speechless,
He?Speechless? Then we'll stay!?
Uaslor Nachrichten.
A Dlatiuct Difference.
Friend (to new iucumbont) ? Ho you nre
filling Do Witt's place, are you?
Now Incumbent (with dignity)?Yes?
that Is, bo occupies the piano 1 fill.?Truth
Thero aro 200 women nurses In the
hospitals of Japan.
And the best friend that never
fails you is Simmons Lives' Regu?
lator, (the Red Z)?that's what
you hear at the mention of this
excellent Liver medioine, and
peojilt) should not lo persuaded
thut, anything else will do.
It i?'the King of Liver M rti
cines; is better than pills, anil
takes the place of Quinine and
Calomel It acts directly on tho
Liver, Kidney and Bowels and
gives new life to the whole sys?
tem. This is the medicine you
want. Sold by all Druggists in
jL"4uid, or in Powder to be toUeo
?*y or made into a tea.
' ,**-KVKItY PACKAdffS?
naa the /.stump In rod ou wrappStM
??< If. ZU1X.1N A ttl>^ tfhilidelphl?, r?.
For over
fifty years
Soothing Syrup
has been used for children while teethintr
it aoothes tl.o child, lieu tho guuia. al.
lays mi pa u, eure' win i obolie, regulates
the sioraa ih and bowels, nud is tno best
remedy for dlarrhua T?eiu.-fl e cent- a
bottle. Sold by all druggists throughout
tho world. selG-au,W
A LARGE CONCERN
oners many advantaged to its cu;
lointrs. The uin nil..do Of it* opera,
lion* lowers the prices of its goods
?na aiiupliileH buying by concentra?
ting It to one hoileo A large H In. i
concern r>M n reputation to Mu-tu u
and w,ll not ri k dissatisfaction hi
belli/ . it:irr ???>:?!>.ea- ..r grasping.
PltlNTlNO. PaJ'KH HAuH. BLANK
BOttKS, KTATIONEItY, TWINE-/,
i llKl'li ilS-UK.
fi SI CAP II'S STORY
-
What a Grand Old Sailor Told a
Press Reporter.
HIS SECRET OF LIFE
What He Has Seen and Found in Nearly
Every Port of the Globe and the
Value He Has Received.
I met ft happy old sea captain at the
Barge Office yesterday, aud had a
pK-u'iaut and profitable conversation
with bun. I think he had traveled to
all quarters <>f the globe, for he men?
tioned Sitku, Stockholm, and Rio
Janeiro, iu addition to ull thu princi?
pal biapnrts of tbe world.
K one wanted to Hod a heilt by,
ruddy specimen of humanity, this
capt um furnished it to such an extent
that I remarked uliout it. He laughed
aud saui:
"Rut you should havo scon mo a
nurooer of years ago. Why, eveu a
pair-lucid cabin hoy looked healthy
compared lo mo thuu, Cotumaudiug
u ship is no easy task, and 1 sutlered
irom rheumutism, debility, and, it
seemed to me, many of the ills that
wo bear so much about. I won't tell
you nil the details, but I will say that
for the lust iitiio years 1 havo been,
not only healthy, but robust, nnd 1
believe it is all due to ooo cause."
Naturally 1 was interested aud urged
him to tull iuu his secret. Speuking
very deliberately, ho said:
"I have fouud that by care and the
use of .list thu right thing, I can pre
servo my health uud proloug my lifb
almost indefinitely. Indeed, I think 1
havo discovered tho secret. No matter
whore I go, 1 carry it with me, uud 1
tell you thut in nhatever port I stop, 1
can always Ii nil it. Ilo you usi; me
what it is? 1 will toll you: Warner's
Safe t.'uro?nothing else. I huve pur
chused it iu the Mediterranean, iu
Australia, and, in fact, iu every
quarter of tho globe, so it must be
that people all over the world
sie learning, as I huvo learned, how
valuable it is, Now don't think 1 am
telling you this to advertise the medi?
cine, for I don't know tho people who
make it, und, indeed, don't know what
U is mudo of, but 1 do know that for
broken down muu, weak women, und,
I believe, sickly children, it is the
grantlest discovery of modern times
and 1 don't hesitate to 6ay so."
1 left the old captain, whose ship was
about to sail, much impressed by bis
siucority and onruc<-tness. Certainly
he is u living example of what tbe
world calls health, uud hence what
most of us consider happiness, -
SPECIALTIES
? AT?
ELIAS BALL'
FULL SET OF TEETH,
\VI l UOU i I'll Vl bs
?7.CC--H.W PATEST PROCSSS?S7.00
In order lo Introduce tu? Patent Rlui Teeth I
rib laser! Ibem foi pet ^r: uutll April ttm lit,
ealuutu^ February ihe 1Mb,
Hit. IV. r. DORSET,
So. 5S Itauk street, on square trout Msiiu st.
KICI1MON0 ?u rn i. -No. ivi N, Sevsntbst
IT. . I'll EXTRACTED WITHOUT PAIN.
Dr. \v. K. Don*!,
Uear ?lr?Ii gives me pleasure iu testifying to
lie value of vi ut Ituu Teeth. Auer 1 railed to get
i,t byoneol <ui prominent denliiu will, tbe old
stylej ?:< ? . resolved to try your patent rial, ana
ii ci- es ? i.liie ?uti>u.ti<>n
Hespteituily. }. I . STANSBURY.
N.v 4 Km Clav streit. Ittcbmond, Vi.
Dr. W E. , o %ei,
1'v.n > r I tail* plat* re In ?aylna to vou an!
tbepublii ?tlarjethut Ibn I'ateut Kim Teeth vou
uisuc or me are all tiny ere claimed to lie. and ?Jo
not hcshiit] to recommend them. IVrmit biete
ay Hi t (he invention Is * wouder of the age. Tun
an refer anyone to u.e abo may ?aut artificial
leeth.
lit ipet I fiil v yours,
?1EO, SOI 11 SOU AM,
of R. O. Nottingham & ? !U thailotio street,
Norfolk, Vu
Camphor Balls!
Crysl iVlbEa,
Insect Powder,
Powdered Borax.
Carbolic Acid and
Carbolate of Lime
For Disinfecting Purposes.
Bed Bug Poison,
(lamphor Gum.
Fresh Stock and
for Sale Low at
LAWRENCE & HOLMES',
HO. 76 MIN STREET,
OPPOSITE BT. JAMES HOTEf.,
NORFOLK, - - - VIRGINIA.
PHONE 783.
OOODS DELIVERED TO ALL PAKTS O?
xu? cm.
? ON?
For This Day and Date Only I
21 Shcots rioRvy Note Paper for 4c.
23 i uvelou a (or 4 I.
13 Vat era Invisible " ir P na for Sc.
Mounting l'ma, a .. . . L> xe*. y ? box.
Mou ii n ; In- lur.o ?u\??. ? box.
1'ester a i uittiiiK i btt to. wbtte, 5e ball.
C ork a O. N. '1 . Dnrnl ? ? otlou, 20 ball.
Mi.en l''i' oilu'M .c aoh.
Rlaatio 0 raot Lace* ltd eiuU,
Elxby'a Move Pol b, 2c cake.
i. .ii>/. n black hi... II ttone ror ic.
1 Ju/cu White Hooka <n Kyei or lc.
25 Hko lid F.nibro de el It. lor to.
Rubber Lined Dro a tihieulf. be pair.
12 Paper* Hair I'm-for Ic
Feather Stit.heii 1 raid, nil oolCCJ and white, 4c u pice
Mi mo?' sldo i.at 11 , c
Wide Whit - Tup . 2c r II.
Narrow White Ta e, Ic roll.
Large si/o Baftft 1 ins. to doren.
t ni ib Si e S if. Iv Pin* 2 O eu.
1 ixi.y b Shoo 11 n king la b ?>..
Nee lies (20 in , ii" i I nil number*, to paper.'
liotil 1. i .irk > o.-et tut , io each.
Hi-. Inno Oll, 4c but: 6
204 Main Street,
Norfolk, Va.
Dlack'Wbale Bone. 4c dozen.
Btockinot Dress .-shield ? i So. 8) 8c pair.
Sattoeu l'over Cor-et Steols. double bock, Gi on:u.
ltod Morkiu.; Cotton, ?o do/ou.
l'oiuiei i'itiB. 4c do/.en.
I'o ible Curling Irons. Ic ea lb,
Huir Tina (DM in nljit1 10.
browu * i ron di Shoe Dressing, Tc ootlls.
J'ixby * l"ron h Slioa Dich, ug, 7c bottle.
Suvyora r rench Shoe Dressing. 7c bottlo.
Vnaeliue. tc b ttto.
Pi rtun.ed Vnaeliue, Me bottlo.
Shull St.lo Contbs, 4c pair.
3 yards Volvetoeu 8 .'irt ? nding, blaeV. Cc piece,
yards \V. .otoen SKirt Biudl ? colored, 5c pteco,
4 yards Velveteen S*irt i iuhug, black, 7o m-.o.
Bhell Hair Fun. 10a dozen.
Oil! or -liver Hair I in, 10? do nn.
Mack Ink. Small I ottlea, lc bo tio.
Ida k .nk, largo Bottle*. 4c bottlo.
Muci'age. 4 ? bottle,
330 ultuo btavelopea for 25c.
l'en Uoldor-, 3 dozen.
].en<l Ten lln. to dn^oii.
ihtte Pencils, wood caver, 3c dozen.
204 Main Street,
Norfolk. Va.
At 24 OlcJ Market Square,
Has been only one week in business, and
yet it is a Success, and why? Because
we have the Largest and Best Assorted
Stock of Furniture of ail grades in the
State, and because we sell at figures that
cannot be reached by other dealers.
We seil at Wholesale and Retail, and
having Large Facilities we buy from first
hands and give our customers the benefit
of the Low Figures.
Come and see if these tilings are not so.
and OXcl Mnrlcet ?qiinre.
MAIN SI^JRJSIST.
Our senior member, Mr. EDWARD BROWNSTEIN, is now in the North?
ern markets, buying Spring Stock, and before our new goods arrive we intend to
sell every dollar's worth of our present stock that can possibly be moved, and to
this end we have marked oni goods at
!
It is impossible to give an itemized list of the manv MOVING PRICES
which we have made on fresh and desirable goods, and will only mention as a sample
in which we show an elegant line of Fresh and Pretty Styles at the following
J?i?xces I
OUR $:.oo CURTAINS, NOW 981 OUR $3.35 CURTAINS, NOW $1.63
2.09
2.89
3.00
1
3-39
3.09 ?
4.00 "
2.25 PORTIERES
q.OO "
I.O5
'?75
1.98
Ob?
4.43
$1.351
1-391 "
??43 "
" u 1.45 "
?5- 1D " " I.49I "
All of Iho Above Are New and Fresh Goods and Prettiest Patterns.
E. BRO WNSTEIN & CO., 128 Main Street,
N. B.?$5,000 worth of Men's, Youth's and Children's Clothing that
must be sold before March ist, as wc will not carry a dollar's worth
of Clothing in our new business*
APCTIfJN^JRAI.KS ? FlTTirJttlBBA?^ '
By l'anulll Brot., Auctioneers.
TRUSTEES SALE !
By virUe of a deed In trust t<? me, made,by
Marian Dearlug Lawrence und K. lt. b.w e to. or
dato Uc.ober titti, U9,!, and at the repast uf th?
Leuellciarjr the ein, I shall evpoic Tor ?til?? at pub?
lic aucilsn at t bo iteal Estate Exchange. 115 Main
? treel, Nur.oik. Va.. on Til. R3DAY. March mb,
ISM, al 12 ??., Alt . THAT lARM AN 11 ritAGT t)K
1.AM', with the luiprOYenteritJ i Iipic-oii, lying on>
tin- >l.e'.i turnpike In (lie county of Priuceea Anno,
Va., hnJiug ftoni Norfolk o Keinpsvll r, audabius
tour an t a h It miles frum Norfolk city, and
nne-hali mill from the Water Works, it being *
part of tne larui known as tin- t one farm. roolatn*
lug eighty oi e acres, m< re or tts?. and is the ?..nun
which was > ouveycd to a*id Ltwreuees bv Sclovef
?lid wife by their deed of dati September -Tib.
1: u I.
TcltMS -Cash ante 91,020 with Interest thereoa
from Octoler 8th, 1892, and corns of executing this
trust; |51u with Use Interest Iber?on ? ? bo pn.d
October 9th, 1895, and the rtsldue on O tuber Bib,
18>l, cr ai tue option of the purchaser ii'l cash.
inri;-iu? A. JBel-ERS.Trustee,
PANNILL IIIMK,
Auctl. no.rj.
W. W. Hannah, Auctioneer.
BY VIRTUHE OK A DEED OP TRUST, DATED
the 4th day of Mar, 1894. -lllllun?and wife t?
nie im Irusfe ut..l duly recorded lu Norfolk Cunuty
Ouurt i lerk'a o+ee, and at the reques' of tb*
bolder of the note therein secured, I Khali tell as
public auetl?n ut tho Norfolk l: al Estate Exchange
ll? .Main Mie l. Norfolk. Va., on TIIUK80AY, Ink
28th day of March, ISO.i, al 12 in . Ibat cirtaln lot
of laud with the frame building tbereoti, sltualsdj
In Norfolk count v, Va . hounded a- follows IHvimn j
ou uorlll ?lilHofUoft itre-t ISO IVet miul.nl>
Barhus'lu': thencu Btsl along thiriy feet: I hence
Northwardly at right angles tosuld itreet iuo fcet|
thence Westward!) thirtj l'c t. thence n iu hwardtf
lO'i feel to i .oil BlKeU
TKtt.MS CASH.
T. R. ROItliAND,
l'rtistea,
\V. M. HANNAH,
mrlT Auctioneer.
l'y ilia Morris Ancllou-Hoitia, No 3t IIink street
I* ARGE AND AITS At HVR SALE AT Ol'D
li Anctleu-house ou TUESDAY niorulng, Mare*
nth, at in o'clock, of
FURNITURE. CARPETS RUGS,
Plcln-es. Crockery, Pia. Orgaus, etc, l.aJIst
especially inviicd ioaiteud sale.
K. I!. MORRIS,
mr 17-21 Manager.
By the Mortis Auction-House, No li I auk it rest.
i ARGE WRECK SALE^WE WILL SELL FOR)
I SCCOIIUI ol wllOUl ii may CclUcnru, at lb.' "-hail
uf ihr Merrill Wr? king Oigaulxailon, Album*
Illy Ward, on WEDNESDAY, March tbu -.nth,at
12 o . l'. k, all tbe material s.ive.1 from ts.e steam*
shipOakdeue, ? aslsting ol Anchor*, Cbalos, Itig.
glug, HI uks.New and ni.l Sails,Spars,New *uX
(lid Canvas, Now Kane, topper and Brass I'ipe.,
K sleet r'e'r oats. Cabbtti furniture, la se stock ol
Ship St?ret, viz. jl lour. Sugai t.'otl'ee, Meats,
Canned Uoodi etc. Also the hull aud car.ooflb*.
steamship Oskduuiasshellea in ua ou the booth,
at Astatigue, Vs.
R. It, MORRIS,
mr)S-tds Managet.
HY VIRTUE OK A DEED OK TRUST, DATED
14th day of March, l?95, from L lloflm n .?
Son to me, as miMee. I have tbi? day laken |os?
?etsltu of Ibe (lock of goods contained Iii No. ;t
Water sue., nrfolk, Ya.. and tue lux k account!
and other svldouceof ludcb edties* due to said I.
Ilofiman A .oo, and other pioruriy ronveyed la
tad deed. All persons having .'aim. agaluat
sai l Ilm. will prcs nt Hum to nie, duly \ei'lied,
and all persona ndeblcd to I hem will make, p y
msatstomsor my agtnl ut ia d si re At ??.s
as possible an Inventory uf tbe a-sen will be made,
ami ben I will lie glad tu mrnlih any luforuiav
tlon iu Ibecrcditori ol .aid lirm
For the, pmont I will contlnne to sell goodt at
?aid store in tio, uiua com se of business.
J. 11. LOWENBERO,
r1.*i2.v Truste?.
UUSINESS PROPERTY EORSALBPRIVATKLV.
Toclosotlierstn'enf the late Stephen llontal, we
offer at private sals Kos. 19 and 21 I nioii street.
Tbls pro|m.'ny e n i t? ? i twostorrs and dwellings
above, fronting KiAxlW feel. In tin- midst of busk
oca?. Apply to SHARP A UWATIIMEi . I?! Main
street. iui10.101
It I. A I. I.M A l t ; AOKNTR,
W. H. H. Trice & Co.,
Ill
J
39 DANK BTBEET. rriONE Wi.
For Kent.
REdIDENCES?9 new Houses. Ghent.
I7S, Boush atreot; all modern buprovementa,
122 buttf stii-.i, *,l i b'provsuueii s.
..i un . i,-.. Marlnei sircct. II Shields -.iruou
33 Walke tlrest, ? . io - irrst,
v nice houses, llraubletou aTenua.
63? Lovltt Rvauue IU Park avenue,
Bermuda alri-el. i.7, 42 II ib-t .ot,
?.','.< iwbarlM id street, Mariner strest.
Klais?UU Bank street. Sis Waltrstreet
into cp?S7 Main atrsei Hi? .
Bior.-: Bank street, '.'M Main -tr-.-u
l.iii^-r storsoouos le leirv Wharf
M omi t aud ?6 lladdlngl in luiidlng.
:.lfi T?% l hureh street
SVarenouses Tunis' wh irr.
I*.'.:i Walti itreel itlS Church street,
2UQ feel ?inn i for rout cheap.
4 Warehoiirea I ,.ni.' wharf.
H. C. Hoggaid & Co.,
126 W?AIIM STREET.
?'HUNK No. 719.
FOR BENT?78 IliKhland, 81 Kelly. 49
Wood. 7:it imrlollo 7U| t-banel, I 11, .US, 4 if
and Ii ? llifrblrtii I, n nn 1 lil Raster, 1^'i Wil
lougliby, l. i and 120 Ueriuiisiii ins . nlgnl
itioiiis, * 18 per month: Iii Drewer, 1HSChapel
luil ('Impel street. t?.i hi..res loriier ol
Emhth iiii.i Mhertv struct-. If- t k or.
K()H sAl.E-Si hoiisa ou WillotiKbby.
two mi Park.one ou Hibb* four on High?
land. ;hr.-i. on Itesorvoir, one ou Tooatiili,
two <iu I' lilkland. i wo on l.ovitt, out on ('lay.
Nice lots on Freemason. Itoutb. Dartrriontb,
improve. Mnr-lmll, llighlnm!, Pork, Koi
illid Qibbs: nlsu leveral une farms for
stock. ur.tiu or trnckitipt, ou onay torm-)
JOHN A. LESNER,
Real Estate and Rental Ageni,
635 1-2 Church St., Ex'.cndcd.
(IlUNTEUSVILI.K).
Nett tn i.ui'iior's Park, Norfolk, Ya.
C'losa collo tiona and prompt retttrui. licit
estate tor snlo on iiistafmcut 1 lau. telO-ti
WHY PAY RENT?
Wbon cash an 1 from 910 to $20 p?
mouth will buv yon a nico home oti eitbot
Highland, ( orpruw. Howlau I or Pivisioa
r.veuuos. l or further partioulara apply Mi
H. L. PAGE & CO.,
I Colo sseutt, Ha- 19 Bauk stiasts,

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