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Case of a Young Girl in Ohio Puz?
zling the Physicians.
THE PUBLIC MUCH INTERESTED
It First Developed When She Was Fif?
teen Mouths Old. Her Father a
Soldier. Eminent New York
liDoterio'ogist Thinks It
Only a Blood Dise.-.sc.
Physicians nud tho people generally in
Ohio liavc! been Interested In tho reported
easo of leprosy nbout eight miles from
New Lexington. There uro many peculiar
clrourustances surrounding tlto case.
The patient, llannah M. Geary, la the 18
year-old daughter of George \Y. Geary. t\
deceased soldier who served in tho Kighty
Bovcnth O. V. I.
It first developed whou tho girl was only
16 mouths of age und baa steadily pro?
The first visible effects of the supposed
leprosy was iu the ulc< rations >>n tho feet,
mid it has slowly i rogressed since, until a
.few months ago the left hand of the pirl
sloughed off. Tho parents and graudpar
cnts of tho ohlld were horn in Ohio, tho
father hatlug died In 1803, and the mother
bel?g still olivo and healthy at tho ago of
From this the doctor arguos that there
.could have bean no hereditary taint of the
disease, and after giving tho places at
' 'which tho fathi r was stationed during the
?war ho concludes that the latter contracted
leprosy in the south and transmitted It to
his two children. The youngest child, now
about 8 years of ape, who formerly slept
with her afflicted ulster, has symptoms of
?the disease In its first stages.
The hand was sent to Dr. .f. J, Kinyoun.
past assistant surgeon In tho United States
marl no hospital, in ohargo of the bacterio?
logical laboratory in Mew York, and by
tho latter it was referred to Dr. 2d. J. Kos
encau, an eminent authority.
Tho doctor Intimates In his report a sus?
picion that tho affcctlotl is due to u certain
deep seated blood disease.?Olovoland
THE TWELVE 001IFO?NDED.
Joseph Smith, the Mormon I/cmlcr, typ?
hoid Through u Woman's Proplioey.
Tho conference <>f Latter Day Saints
that ho-s heen In session in Independence
6iuce April ti has closed. Prophecies wore
made In unknown tongues. Awn Inspir?
ing demonstrations id the power of the
Lord were told, nml Joseph Smith wn^ de?
clared by the power of find, manifested
through Miss Mary Brewttor, to ho the
reco.rnized prophet of heaven.
The attack made on President Smith by
members of the twelve was directly re
spoDstblo for the great interest token.
"If Joseph Smith, the martyr," said
one elder, "was not n prophet of God, and
If Iiis son, our president, is not of God, our
leader und prophet, then 1 any unto you
ti:o foundation of tho church has crum?
This fact was recognized by all. It was
no;, therefore, a simple question of the
hoar that had t ome up for consideration,
but a momentous matter of vast Impor?
tance that was to determine the life and
principles of tho church for perhaps all
time to coiuo.
Joseph Smith had heen ntt-nokod by
man. It now remained for God to defend
President Joseph Smith was present at
the time Ml&s Brewstcr waa delivered of
her prophecy. Sho la the young lady with
tho godlike face. After a few preliminary
remarks she began chanting In an un?
known tongue, nfter which sho gave a
A deep silence reigned supremo for sev?
eral moments after Miss Brewster resumed
her seat. Thou, as one person, thoso as?
sembled began to alng the hymn, "Jesus,
Our Saviour, Is With Us N'uiv."?Kuusa.
A HOVEL PLEA.
Z)ld Not Went to Marry Because ills rian
coo's Family Wat Consumptlv e.
A new element, has been Introduced Into
those breaohof promiso cases for which the
English nml American courts um so fa?
mous, by tho plea sot up by u medical de?
fendant In a trial which has just taken
plaoo in London.
Tho flokle physician excused himself for
having Jilted bis betrothed on the ground
that ho had discovered that her mother
had died of consumption, and this, he do
olarud, was, in tho opinion of tho wisest
medical and social author:lies of the day.
a perfectly adequate easo for breaking an
Unfortunately for him, neither judge
nor jury would oonsont to accept this view,
and he was compelled to choose between
tho alternative of paying $10,0u0 in dam?
ages and eosts or of marrying n> woman
presumably affllcfted with a hereditary
malady likely to affect the issue of tho
marriage.?New York Tribune.
James Monroe In South America.
Statues of Konron uro likely to ho more
numerous in South America than In that
president's native country. One Is golii),'
up at Rio Janeiro, and another of heroic
slzo, cut out of Venezuelan marble, l- to
bo erected In the public squaro of Caracas.
These monuments express the American
Idea that government by Europe on this
side of tho Atlantia is unacceptable. It Is
good doctrine and will grow stronger as
timo pusses.?St. Louis Globe-jx-mocrat.
The Grentest City.
Greater New York, a topographical stat?
istician points out, w ill cover an area of
817 F.quaro miles, threo times tho slzo of
London and 12 times that of Paris. Koine,
Babylon and Memphis uro not to bo men
tlonexl in comparison.?Cincinnati En?
Tb? Sultan In Ills X)ntagc.
In an interview printed by a Vienna
newspaper the pttltnn ."ays, "I await, t'^o
repentance of tho Armenians who hnve
atrayed from the paths of loyalty " The
Sick man mud br> jjyv, rt..iir1nii!j ?
Hew York Kacorder.
Two prisoners have been detected mak?
ing counterfeit money in tho jail on Blaok
Wcll'a Island, New York. That Is "queer"
Nothing is so (tooil as BiO'-en'S
Iron Bitter* foraged people. It
repews tlic strength .mj ener?
January ist, 1895.
I have been wonderfully benefited by
Brown's iron Bitters?it seems to gave
me new life. I told my doctor that it
has prolonged my life, being* now eighty
three years of age.
Mrs. MARY A. EDWARDS, Voakum, De Witt County, Texas.
"It's Brown's Iron Ritters you nerdt"
For overworked, men?debilitated women?puny children.
Brawn's Iron Hilters will cure Rn(j
Blood, Kidney and Lives Troubles.
Wonderful (01 Dyspepsia. Constipa?
tion, Female Weakness and Malaria.
SHE WAS PARTICULAR.
Aull Wnutoil Tliom? Smuggled MuJTi Well
"I mo by an advertisement of yours,"
fIio snlrl, putting down a b\it bundlo on
tho counter of it Sixth avenue fur 6toro
and fumbling for bor hantlkcrohlof, "that
you Btoro valuable fur.-i through tho surn
tuor nnd ij.ariiutco to keep out the moths.
Ih that Fof
"ft 1b, matlaiu," replied tho clerk po?
"Well, I own two ruiplity fine muffs,
ntul I'd kinder liku tostoro 'oni. Wouldn't
tlililk of brliipln 'om to you, only litBt
your I put up my best, plush oont In rum
for?n dollar's worth of it?and along
oanio thorn buffolor moths and cimwcd up
tho whole baok breadth. Thoy Justapom
od to I.anker nftor canifor, und now I feel
abltskltttah about tho muffs."
"We'll take Rood care of tbcih, iiiHilmn. "
" 'Tain t too early tu put 'cm away?"
"I sec they're bavin slelghln out west."
"It won't lost."
"Rookon 1 won't neod thoni muffs, ,
"Could 1 pet 'cm if it eaino oil cold?"
'? Vint could."
"Wall, l guess I'll loovo 'cm," conclud
od the camphor skeptic, untyingtbostring
on tbo bundlo. "Those uro valuable fur.-,
young man," she added, "too don't pot
no such lyiixsklus down here. I bought
tliani mulls in Canada last fall, ami I
didn't pay no duty gettln 'cm In cither."
"How's that:-" usked tho clerk.
"I worn 'om In."
"1 don't understand," Mid tho clerk.
"Don't, hey; Woll, I put n foot through
each muff. Soof"
"Weren't thoy?weren't the* rather
warnt?" ventured tho clerk.
"Warm? Well, you can bot I persplrod
nnd blushed all tho way over the border,
though, of course," sbo added modestly,
"them mufti was only just above my
"Of course," echoed the clerk hastily.
"May I sco tbo muffs, uia'aml"
fcjbo oponod the bundlo, und nn cxpre.fi
Bion of surprise crossed bis fuco us bu ax
nmllietl tho content:;.
"You raid you didn't pay doty, Xbe- I
Hove*" ho asked.
"You bettor bcllevo I didn't."
i "I think oats oxo on the frco list, mad
"1 say eats nru free."
"Suppose they uro?"
".Merely that your muffs arocataklns,
I treated and dyed; that's nil. Shall 1 give
you a receipt?"
"What?" asked tbo woman again, un
nblu to believe bor eurg.
The owner of tlioiuuffs quietly gathered
np bor property and arose.
"Thcy'ro no more oatsklna than you
ore," sbo suld, with an ozprossion of utter
contempt. "It'a just onvy. You couldn't
brliifi In u moiY the way I did to save your
nook, boon use there ain't euough shape mi
your whola body all tho wuy from your
head to your feet to hold n muff."
Ily this time ehe bad roaohod tbo door,
but sho screamed back:
' Oats, hoy? You pore, skinny little
man with n llsbpolo shape, mobbo thoy
ore cats, but I rookon wo're even."
And by tbo looks of tho pale fnced nncl
popping eyed clerk they wore.?Mow Sfork
"Yes," said the landlord, who wn.= show?
ing a prospoctlTO tenant through the bouse,
"tho Hat is titled wit b all modern improve?
ments, nood sanitation, ample beat und
light arrangements, a One kltohon, eleva?
tor servico till night, and tho rent la only
"Say no more," Interrupted the flat
hunter godly, "I must refuse the inviting
oiler. Tiiero eon bo only one Inference
from your low rent?there Is a young lady
pianist in thu liut abovo."?Chicago Rec?
Inhabttablo Real -t.>'-.
"PIio'b contented with her lot."
"1 guess bo. Hho dwells on it a groat
Jiar.no d'Are lacked education:
Pompadour lacked depth of mind;
Uaintenoa lacked toleration;
Bather might have been more kind;
Hebrew Harnh lacked humaneness;
Good Ocuviu wanted wit;
Greek Xaatippo lacked urUanoneaa;
Eliot wasn't chic n bit;
Cleopatra lucked humility;
Ilutli was minus worldly we.-.lthi
Ben* of England lacked civility ;
Saint Theresa lacked in health;
Aspnsla lacked In aoclal station:
Paula lei ked In atyla and faahiooi
tin Btael lucked domeatleation;
Pbyrna didn't lack In passionj
Polly'i perfect, but, yon nee.
Lackt, in toto love for mo.
Don't fail to ma iranta ?aaloa'a&S?
_!?, Br.cn bbbb r.naa bbsb beb* bbbb ??mb aaan ai?_nana -gang gaog. Ri?a
E3cbB aaaa aasn maaa siauu bbbb Sbbh bbbb tuan uana bo-bs dbbo a*gg"
t CANNON BALL CLOTHING OOHIPBHY. jf
L THE KINGS OF LOW PRICES. A
Your PooKeiiM Your Best ana Nearest Friend.
SUvio ! ct advertising makes a grent denl i f noise, l>ut to live up to w at g
a ono n rortiaos is tli? foundation ol success; such ha* bcoa our ex presenco TUe g"
" dopt of your pu so Isu t tho nioostsr? of o r attention. 'I he bigueita o our ?
" i oil" ? wortl , the littleness o our prices, an 1 the smo-rity of i ur suaranteo jj
[_ : ru t <? t ails ' for leadership. We ,oh you ONCE tho game is ours, tor you r|;
g are bound to come back to where you (.-at your blggtst dollar's worth a foiv jj
9 specials which wo here call your attention only ?i es you a slight idea of the ?'
luiiu bargain . nrrayo I on our ' Ouutere.
h Men's Knits, strong aud durable.* 3 90 j Boys' Suit- for a'trruooi every g.
i Mou's Goo I Working Suits, bet- ' dnr, better quality ."i 1 60 il
i ?.._ .in.. q ok ii?.?? ei.. L.?..4.,i i....... .0
ter quality. . 3 P6 ' Jlo?s" >uit%. wors'ed cheviot,
Men's i usiuesi ^nits, ^ery natty. 5 00 carsiuurj.. . 2 95
Meus lusiuess Bult?, strictly all I'Boys \cry Kine Sun lav 8 :its
v00',, '. i'.v"i ;?!'"??? I Just the thing..'. 3 to
oovh v erv line ,-.:n ? ;t'S. Mi
lien's lUaok A-l Wool Clay Wor- 60 j-' t'.e th.ng. ... .. . 3 60 J
?ted Suits. 8 60|ile!'; Iroueere, in ondle s >u- g
Won'* Dress Suits, up-to-date | r,e*. -COc up jj
perfe t HtttuR.lOOOlBoy*' Kueo 1'auts, in rnanv go
styles.!!5o to ?1 B
Melt's Fine Diagonal Importe I
Kaak or ? utaway Suits.12 60
lio?.s .-m -. good enough for
e*i, ry d ly woar . CS
lov-' Suits for afternoon ev,ry
day. 1 00 pa r for.".. 2Io
N 1!.? Please tuke notice, our MIC F. L GOLDSMITH, of tho late firm
i oldsmith;! ros, is .till with us und not conn- ole.i wnii any other con era,
BPECIaL TH'S WELK 0\LV
Hoys' Knee !'.<nti, i to II, tiro
BALL CLOTHING GO., h
?jj i>9 Main Street, li?
B? NORFOLK. - - - VIRGINIA- R?
Stuck on Himself.
Who is? L. WESTI1EIMEII. whv? Beoauie he has tho prettiest line of Oropo Cloth
at l-"o per yard in tho city. If yon don't believe it, go to his store, 134 Church street,
und be conviuco I. Vou .will also find there a comtlote line Bummer Dress Goods, such
as I'ereales. lr.ah Lawns, Dimity, Umghame. India l.iuen, Btrl od nud Check Muslin, a
prices lower than tho lowest.
A beautiful lino f pring Neck?oar in Toclis. i'our in-bami an I B .ws
100 dozeu Gouts' IJuibrigsau Siiirts aud Drawers at l?s per salt, wirth 7Co.
Percale r-hirts. all stylos, :rom 4uo tj 91.25 ea h.
11. & 3, Corsets, all id/cs, c instantly on h
j Full regular rondo Misses' Past Blaok Hobo, from 6 to 9, at 12 o par pair.
I 15:5-31 Clin rch St reet.
STRi O T L. V ONE P R I C E.
Havp. Ynn Imnfirffinl Visinn ?
^ 7 **24k!?L.
m^-^^ AKD EYE UM.
Mr. F. II. Gale, Jcwclei
Dear Sir?I wish to say that I called upon DU. WECK
under engagement with vou to have my eyes examined.
After a careful examination he has a-.!jested glasses that
have corrected the defects in rei ruction from distance to
that extent that 1 see clearly and am almost unconscious
of having lenses before my eves. I am so well pleased that
I have placed an order with htm for reading glasses. 1
recommend with pleasure DR. WECK to any one who
may require the services of a thorough ophthalmogist.
Vcrv truly, \V. 11. 11. TRICE,
DR. WECK, late ol New Vork, now under the en?
gagement with MR. '.-RANK 11. (?ALK, Jeweler, invites
those WHO HAVE FAILED WI TH OTHERS to
consult him. Difficult and complicated cases specially in?
CONSULTATION AND ADVICE FREE.
HOURS 9 A. M. TO 5 P. M.; THE PLACE, 152 MAIN STREET.
H?ddi?$irtoi.-? i^tiilcliiajrv, Gr.'inby Street.
Shorthand, Bookkeeping, Penmanship, Arithmetic, Banitin.;, r.tc.
j Ko '?ducatlon is complete \*lt out n thorough business tr lining. Student* s lniittn !
ntanytinio. ludlvidual instruction. No elatsis. Elegant rooms over looUing Norfoltt
harbor. Jtornis rousouable. ior circular-address
I I. W. PATTON, Principal.
205 and S07 CHURCH STREET,
Yes, Mine is an Instalment House.1
Ab t etc Beel ?.< to lie some doubt us to the real meaning of an Instalment House, nu?l
ns tbo oneation ha t hettcr ho settled, 1 g;vo my Idoa of it. My donnitiou is that it is u
Btoro nhoie i o.isekeoptrd can buy
FuinltuiB, Darpsts, mattinys,
Ice Boxes, Carriages,
and other goods needed, being allowed" the privilege of
paying either in
Weekly or Monthly Instalments.
YOU CAN BUY ANYTHING needed for furnish- 1
ing the house on these easy terms:
1 $25 Worth, 50c Cash, 50c Weekly. |
$50 Worth, $1 Cash, $1 Weekly. ?
$75 Worth, $1.50 Cash, $1.50 Weekly. |
S $100 Worth, $2 Cash, $2 Weekly. S
Unvo you thought ot what the Instalment plan means i It < nal lc-s the housekeeper <u
nu ileruto ? ,t -t..:. c ? to secure tbo uocei8-ry art clei ueoJeu for homo ootufotts,
REFRIGESATORS, BABY CARRIAGES, ICE BOXES,
MATTINGS, STOVES, Etc., by paying:
E DOLLAR CASH AND ONE DOLLAR PER WEEK.
CLOTHING ON TH&M^STRLlliEHT PLAN.
The onportunity is now o:iurcd by which you can purcbaso for yourself or your boys
a nlee suit of
in an easy war. You can always keep yourn'f end your boys looking neit by procuring
your olothes in the eottveuiont mauner. Ono Uoli.tr por week bin s tiio Quest suit in
Block. ' very thing new o;yli6h uuJ up to duto at uiocoruto prices. Call and oism:ijo my
205_ AMD 207 CHURCH [STREET.
I m I Mm mmAU 11
A fulled stripe of Satin, a crinkled stripe of Silk, all'
Silk this, exquiste shades. livening dresses and waists,
50c a yard.
New Fancy Trimming Silks, very effective, though
not all silk, 45c.
Figured Taffeta Silks, pure, very wide, black, also
colors, choice, new and beautiful, 75c a yard.
Rich Black Satin Duehcssc, figured, S~?c.; Gros
Bargain in Men's Balbriggan 1'ndeiwear, 38c a suit.
White Marseilles Guilts, exira heavy, generous size,$i.
Ladies' Seamless, Stainless Black Hose, foreigners, j
these, high spliced heel, linen soles. 25c. The buyer will
save 14c. on each pair?likely more.
WATT, RETTEW & CLAY.
P.S. ? I lave you visited the Wash Goods Section?
Some good things?goinj?- last !
tuu|icii ti 11 misjintjii *? viuiiunj? tin \j i . c?i. (jf
Hours Reserved for Ladic3: Tuesdays, Fridays, 8 A. M.; 4 P. M.
W I'HOSE 4;s and 248. VAN TfcLBURG HOI-MAN, Manager W
We cli m that our sto.-k of Mi N'H BOYS' an 1 OniLDREK'9 OLOTHINQ
i ? ,i passi I - to .vi IflilS, ^UAl.ni' and PUIOB, and think a cull will con
Tines you of this foot.
i rir two iioois are jn>t loa.<Ioi with choice bargains for eouia ono ?why
not ? on i
I'lon t target tbo fset tliut wo nr.- Bt.ll hen I i arters for SWEET, OUT. A
0O.'3 WORKING l'AM? a;, i OYi.HAl.I.s. i.very | air warranted not t ? rip.
167 MAIM STREET, suU ill SiliK.
IIHI,HI III' \ I HOTITU \ n
i lllJillJ UUlilJ IJ11UJJII II,
FOR SALE. FOR RENT
Cottaee at \ irg'ui ? lieuoii.
We offer Home of tbo muss lealtabla ?>010 1 '. V"'0'' 'V'' V
*^?eaiil low on Dnitraore. >.rew0!-, Row of near noasss P a. avouaa ?*
Princess A ti ne Hum Kiv.mi.lo. V. nut- ten nil
so" nn?i .New t astlo sireots.*nd I ark. ''? " i-oyall a ,???>
WIllonahbT, Central and II ^onuo.. and . ""?0M ?" ?roand floor. DC Mnlo strsot
many more at Lambert'. Pot*. ^."?^fi? I ?? ?*
??t?i)io lb stalle), *ia.&0.
AUCTION BALKS?THIS DAT
By the Morri< Auction-House, .'. T. Kill.y, Jr>.
Proprietor, No. ar, i um streut.
TARGE TRAUE SALE OF I>RY (iOOD<\
J ClulhliiB, Not ten.. Hosiery. Hat?, Shoe., etc..
in our auctlou-lintise on THURSDAY MUHNlNUt,
April - jili. a: lu!,. o'clock.
R. R. MORRIS,
-M -.": Muiiageiv
Ancrriof* sales -rurviiK imvs
Ujr the Moni. Auction Mouse, J, T. Ktlby, Jr?
I'toprleior, 39 Bsnltstrcst
QTOCK OF M Kit CHANT TAILOR AT AU*
We will sell for amount of a psrt. declining
bii.iuc-s, nt stoie No. 5841 e.uccn sittet. ou MUN
DAV, April llie 'Jjih.al IS o'clock, all the stuckt
contalaa 1 tbcrelo, consisting ut a large stock of
KIKE CLOTH, CASS1MEBE, ETC,
all good steck and mostly Spring Stylt?, und will
bo-old in lots to suit tbe irsde. Hale positive.
ap26-tds_R. lt. MORRIS, Manager.
DY VIRTUE Of A CERTAIN UEKD OP TRUST
D troin Chu. R Davis to me,as tiu.tee, dated]
October t ub. 1892, of record in iliu < lerk'a ottiee of
the ? orporation Court ?l I be city of Norfolk, ami
ut ihn ieiiue-i and ly the direction of tlic creditor
tlisr, In seourcd, I thsll sell.on
SATURDAY. THE 4111 DAY OF IAU5, AI 12?..
the fcllowing pcrsooal property, lo-wlt:
FOUR IIORSKS, FIVE BUGCIES, ONE I'OiJ
CART, ONE HACK, THREE llAUI.INti
PARTS, WITH HARNESS ft tit AI I, OF
SAID VEHICLES, lul.lt SADDLES
AM' HR DI.ES. ALL OK THE
OFFICE i ritMit'RK and
now or hicly on Hie premises, N?. 45 Smith tlrceV.
lu .aid o ty, euibraoing one Iron .'?nie, one lick.
Four Chairs,together with IcttebohJ,lireoseuio,
go. I mil ?i t'.iv liiciy business (???idi.cied tbeteab
XI RMS CASH,
11. L, WORTIllNOTON,
ap?5-10t TrUs oo.
S^ALE OF A VALUABLE FARM. *
By virtue of two deeds in trust to me nmde bp
Atutrcw J. I "/irr aed wife, nf date is-pe. tively
December 9, 1882, ami March 11, !<j,', duly of r<??
cord, und .it tinr r.ipo- t 61 the ii neflclary Uureia.
1 shall e\p> a" to rule ut public aue iou, at tbo NorW
folk Real listete Exchange, 115 Main street, Nor.
folk, Vs., mi Tl ESDAY, M.iy 7th, 1895, ut It
o'clock i".. Ihe following valuable Kami near Lake
lawson.la 1'rluce.s Anne county, Va., with the
bulhlings and improsemcu'S th.reou und appu?
lenancei thereto ociongiug, lo-wlU
Aid, THAT CERTAIN FARM OR TRACT OF
lying In snid county, tont a nlng 108 ecrcs, more at
less, bounded eu the north by a branch of Little
Creek, ou tbo west by be lauds < ll. l>. Van Wyck*
and ?>?, the can and south by ilie Day bide rend.
This farui Is highly Improved aud has ru its
young strawlurr/ field in tili bloom und otbefc
, rops. The Ian t Is high kiuI peculiarly adapted is
lrueeiux,i nd there is quite a valuable fishery tue.w>
to attached. It i, a first-class farm.
TERMS:?One-fourth cash,the rciidus payable la
six, twelve and eighteen moaths from tko day o|
sale In coua) ins ailments, carrying Interest trout
day of sale, tbe purchaser to secure the deforroA
larnteulsby deed Intrust on thj :aru at his costs
or, LI bis option, all cull.
1. M. W1UTEHUKST,
BpSt-tdl Ti s.te.
|J| RSUANTTO THE TERMS OK Tin: KOL
I lowing deed of ' rtiit, and hi the re . urn of the
ercditor lliercln .cr ue l, we shall proceed to sen
a public auction la irooi t the court rutidoot
of Norfolk county ? TUK8PAY, the 8 tl, day of
Apr.I. Iv.i .a. I ? o'clock in., the following <iis
, rlbed pro|wrty lo-wli
lirst?Ia?T OF LAND, with Iw.provemeat*.
? itui t, in I elowi oi ii rkley. Norfolk ? ?> mi >. Va
bai l la* i as a frontage on Mab- e avenue of e
f it with a depth ?f 4 i bet I lie hes, and n a per*
iicn of lot No. ILM on avcauu u ?. > dm., t?
- i tit of the Nash I nd." Deed o trust made if
Alpbe s Wilsen, dated ti item-er 7th, Ii9l. a.id
r eordol In de. Ii k I8J, pa o 8; .-oiola
( i u lit v Ceti t ' li t k a o li< ??
,-, ii'I LOI 'K LAND, ?iii - in noven u k.
si aate In the town oi It rkley,Noriolk ou nty.
Va,, <ounnt ,i ^ at ito'.iit on "C" stieel >?:> leel
from tbe Northorst comer ol lu a d "C strt-tv
Said I ' bn? u Iroutaee ol ??>? leet m said " *
street, with a depth ol 90 feet btins part ol lots
ls.vo nd Iw -neo .a. shewn by the p's' of
M iitslanL Deluft u>l mad y tieorge Bounef
an I wife dated Juno Ulli, B9I. and r.torded in
deed hook 181 page 261?, C rk's office ?lore-a d.
FOSTI it bi.a?:k.
AI.VAU II. MARTIN,
FRANKLIN D, OILL.
HV VIRTI RK OF AN ASsIONMENT I'ROJI
Allee Hauen, trailing a* M s Ibouias Spahls,
to me as trnste*. dated April Z3-I, IS95 and d.dy
rronr ted. I have taken charge ol all the property
cenviyed lu said detd, aiid usv< ap,aint u air. 1*.
IV l aglej uir ii^en: to lake ? bur ? ol the am i.
I n i lurlhei i i, ? all | er.oiis lad b ed o bei
will please settle with liltn.
up.t-,.t mo- Ii. WIL1.C0X,Trustee,
III \). IM 111. \?. t. IS.
W. H. H. Trice & Co!,
89DANE STREET. PHONE GtlJ.
RESIDENCES i hrea new Houses. Ghent.
XJ7, Housu Street; all atodera buprornuieat4
"U uu.i >..? Marin? i street, il Shields sirvot,
:!.?> \t also slr<iet,'
na< Levitt avenue, mi I'ark svoauo,
glilti oi . o i uvewell -ir. ,t.
(, lltrmiida sti cl, I'.', Hl?h street,
121 Cuiuberlaad street, 7, Marluei mstt
i , i hario tti mi ti.
in Cbaiy-I s re t. it Mariner street;
i .i ?119 Hans street, lC-t Man.
Olfil ?-81 Main si reel.
Slot-7." bans street, i S Mala -trait
I.aic.estoreuntatsito tjirv Wharf
ig'.', i i l'ium s r i
La ge r. men . -i near M iln.
i ?. t Water street. XI2 Church Strati
V00 fe i wharl lor reut ohoau,
4 VVaiehousrsTunis' nnan.
FINE LOr[S FOR SRLB
1BICE I ROM ?100 TO *7,"0 EACH.
Termt On -thir I cash, balance in 1 au! J
yours with o per cent, latetest
Ap; ly to
H. L. PAGE & CO.,
Bole ntconta, No. 10 Raute streol,
Title per foot, Norfolk, Va,
H. c. Hoooardi & Co.,
126 MAIN STREET.
: HONK No. Tl'J.
FOR I.I N I JS Higblaud, 81 Kelly. 1?
Kood, lH Charlotte 70, Chapol, Itl?, u?. 4 if
and 'iti i Highland, V and id Baxter, I'M Wit
longhby, lidand lafi i-e m uu ieo:, eight
moms, i or month; IM Hrewor, IhlOhapol.
11 *,i i uupai ticet, two stores lOruer <>t
Kialith ei??i : Iberty atrenl Ii rklev.
FOR SALE?Nl n h?:\*a nn Willoughby,
two ou I'ark,ono on Olbbs tour mi iiiku*
land, litre/, on Itesorvnir, one ouTunatslL.
two on Falkland, two uu i ov.tt. uu? on 1 lay.
Nico lota on rroeimisou, boush, iiarnunutit,
< <irj>rev?. Mar-bull, Highland, l urk, Kelly
aii i (iilibs also si vi rni nice faruis feit
alook, graiu or trucking, ou caul terms.