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IRRIGATING THE GARDEN.
A Kiunu F?rtncT*? Pinn la Which the
Windmill Play? an Active Pnrt.
A plan for irrigating gardens which
appears to havo giveu satisfaction pres?
ents this advantage: The water can mn
n long time in one continuous channel
and will not wash, as it would down
the slope. Land may lay quite sloping
KaAT c0ntaix1x0 twelve bet?A
or quite level, still there is one wny
e-loug its surface that in level. Find the
level line and layout your bod 18 inches
wido and then a, path 12 inches wide.
Make your path go around ouo cud of
first bed and then tho opposite etid of
second bed, and so on for oh tnauy beds
as you wont, is tho advice of a corre?
spondent who illustrated and described
his plan as follows for Kansas Farmer:
I show on this plat 12 beds, each 20
feet long, or 812 feet of beds, and this,
with two rows of vegetables in each bed,
makes 024 feot of vegetables or plante.
Ab tho beds and paths are level from end
to end of each, if your paths aro 4 inch?
es deep and yon torn in 3 inches of wa?
ter, this 8 inch head, with tho fall it
will get going around tho end of the
tads, will carry tho water back and
forth, until soon after tho time tho last
hod is reached they will all have been
soaked through and through aud all of
your plants ho effectually snbirrigatcd.
The advantage of having only ouo stream
of water to look after instead of several
smaller streams running down the slope,
where they soon reach tho end of your
rows and tho water wastes away, is less
trouble and by far more economical of
water. Any man having on eight foot
Windmill can, by patting up a 120 bar?
rel tank, or, better still, building
small pond, ouo ho can build in even
one day's time with team and an ordi?
nary sl?? scraper, have ns ftno a garden
as any in tho land.
If at any time lie wants to water any
of the lower beds and not tho npper
ones, ho can let the water ran down in
ditch "A" to opposite tho bed needing
water, aud by cutting through bed No.
13, can use water where wauted. By
laying out beds to left of ditch "A,"
strawberries, gooseberries,' etc., can be 1
planted and watered in same manner
ns our vegetable garden.
Tho San Jose Scale.
Prof&ssor Smith, entomologist of the
Hew Jersey station, closes a bulletin on
the subject of this dreaded insect pest
with a series of recommendations, umong
which are: If on examination the scale |
is present in a young orchard, nso a stiff
hrash and brush off tho scales during |
the winter season. If tho trees are too |
numerous to be treated by hand, prune
back and wash the trees with a potash I
solution a month later. Treat the trees |
With kerosene emulsion.
Professor Riloy, in a bnllotin issued
from the Maryland station, expresses
doubts as to whether anything is to be
gained by the stiff brush treatment urged
by Professor Smith and behaves that
any effective winter wash will obviate
the necessity for this preliminary labor.
The other treatment recommended he
pronounces valuable. He concludes his
bulletin with this statement: "As n re?
start of later experiments the past win?
ter it becomes evident that any thorough
spraying of tho two pound to the gallon
solution of whalo oil soap will be per?
fectly effective and may bo depended
upon as n substitute for the treatment
urged by Professor Smith."
Experiments With Cora.
From the Maryland experiment station
oomes a report on experiments with
corn, season of 18B4. Here is a summary
An application of 800 pounds of fer?
tilizer on corn increased the yield 8.1
bushels per acre, bnt tho increased yield
was not sufficient to pay for tho applica?
tion of tho fertilizer. In tho test of wide
and narrow rows the narrow rows gave
an increased yield of 0.4 bushels. Shal?
low cultivation of corn gave a slightly
better yield than deep cultivation. Corn
Which was cultivated three times yield?
ed 41.1 bushels per acre, that which
was worked five times yielded 80.5
bushels per acre. Drilled corn gave a
rather better yield than checked corn.
Manure from a well balanced ration
made slightly more corn per acre than
manure from a poorly balanced ration.
Sere fend There.
: Florida exchange is authority for
Lstatement that;there ore 100 phos
aes in Florida, which viold on
Southern Cultivator asks, "Why not
cultivate more friendly relations with
A report eoiues of hnvoc committed
hy tho army worm in Kentucky.
It is reported that good cows now soil
higher in Texas than do horses.
As an evidence of the growing peanut
industry may bo cited the $100,000 fac?
tory in process of construction at Wu
verly, Tonn., for tho economical' han?
dling of this crop from the time the peas
are harvested until the oil is expressed
and tho sorted nuts are shipped to mar?
Tho Texas Farm and Ranch make*
thn statement that tho file ta especially
desirablo fur tho south.
Tho "Triumph" is named as a good
fall potato for tho southwest.
A Florida correspondent tellB that
many are sawing off the stricken orange
trees at tho ground, whero they insert
tho scions on sour stumps, or in case of
swoot stumps roar sweet Hccdlings. It is
argued that from tho sweet stumps of
seedling trues a bearing grovo can bo
luado in three or four yoars.
The Bunch Yellow yam is a now va?
riety of tweet potato. Its stems grow
erect in a bunch and do not spread on
the ground like those of tho old varie?
ties, but otherwise it is identical with
the ooinmon yellow yam.
It is stototl as a remarkablo fact that
during the yenr 1804 Mississippi pro?
duced corn ononfih to do her without
importing n bushol.
Tho talk about tho San .Tone scale has
had tho effect of stirring people up to
investigate tho various scoloiusoots that
How to Dress Store Windows.
Always dross u side window its much
as possible toward tho street, so that it
may bo easily seen from tho pavement.
Arrange tho tickets at a slight nagle
toward tho streut. In dressing a glove
window avoid showing the palms. Let
tho backs and tho 'buttons only be visi?
ble. If there is a course or inferior pieco
of skin in a glove, yon will always lind
it iu the palm. Gloves can bo stuck on
the window by breathing heavily on tho
longest linger and pressing it against tho
glass. They will remain fast for weeks,
provided your window does not "steam."
j "Tricky" window displays ure some?
times very taking. Keep windows clean.
I Have tho lowor parts rubbed over two
or three times daring tho day and al?
ways after a shower. Do not economize
in tickets. Now tickets make old stock
appear fresh. Old tickets make new
stock appear stale. Uso black or white
tickets throughout. They. are more
striking than colors. Light up tho win
dews early, before dusk. It adds effect,
and. moreover, this its usually tho time
when customers are about.
now De-afue** Often Develops In Soldiers.
In hattlo tho auditory nerves, having
been unduly excited by tho firing of
guns, etc., tho soldier ou coming out of
an engagement very frequently suffers
from temporary deafness, though no
organic ur structural disease is devel?
oped. Artisans who are engaged in boil?
er making beconio in timo quito deaf
from tho same excitement of tho audi?
tory nervo produced by the hamuieriug
of tho iron to which they aro subjected,
and in their case deafness becomes un?
fortunately chronic, the auditory nerve
now to Make Coconutit Pudding.
Ono quart of stale broad should bo
broken up fine and soaked for two hours
iu 2 quarts of cold milk. At the end of
that timo beat 4 eggs with one-half cup?
ful of sugar und 2 toaspoonfnls of suit
and stir into tho bread and milk. Thou
add a cupful of prepared coooonnt and
one-half cupful of finely cut citrou. This
may be baked in a pudding disli for
three-quarters of an hour or may bo
[ cooked in tho steamer ono hour. Servo
with creamy or hard sauco.
now to Make Cariunel*.
Caramel, so much used to color sauces,
gravies, etc., is niado as follows: Kent
half a pound of brown sugar in a small
kottle and stir until it is a smooth, dark
brown butter, but bo careful that it does
not bum; add gradually a pint of hot
water, let it simmer while the sugar,
which is escaping from tho kettle, dis?
solves; then bottle and cork.
health while low
per, l'< arof i:n
ll: ii and a
' thorn-mid and
monts of body
und mind, result
Fton indulged in by
tbc young, through
Ignorance of their
quenccs. Nervous debility and loss of
rnanly power, not Infrequently result from
I euch unnatural habits.
To reach, reclaim and restore such un?
fortunates to benlt1- attrl happiness, is the
ulin of hh association of medical gentlemen,
who havo prepared a treatise, written in
plain hut chaste language and tretitiu,g of
the nature, symptoms nnd cuutbllity, by
home treatment, of such diFrnecs.
A cony of this useful bonk will, on re?
ceipt or this notice, with 10 cents In stamps,
for postage, be mailed seen ret v sealed in a
plain envelope. Address, Woa'i.n's Dispen?
sary Medical Association. Hiiffalo, N.Y.
All poreons ba ing claims ngalnst the Into
firm oi tieo. W, Duvnil .v Uo. will jresoot
their claims, duly authenticate I. to Ueo. Vf.
I'UVah, surviving partnor. for pnyiiieut.nud
all persons indebted to said linn will mako
imsdfato settlement with said <ieo. W.
??li, who is authorial a* to receipt for all
IA PICT?RE1 mm T0'DAY!
Mrs. Moore Was Sinking===Paine's Celery Compound
Made Her Well.
Th" people- have Riven their vfnliet!
Evory Ma-e. county nu i most huinblo til
liifre has her) a voice in it.
There is a cono^eiieui of teat:mony from
all America to the laot that Palue'i celery
compound is Banking sick, Mrel-ont, ner?
vo s men end wotiiou well in t strong ngntu.
1 hero l.nve hren published by thousands
in every State iu the country, this spring,
tea iomuils from poople iu evory atation of
lifo Iii those stiitra telling of the many,
many ca-es where this greatest of all rem?
edies line ma le poopl I well.
The Virhimas baa publisher, the unsoli?
cited testimony of well-ku^ern ami fa gh\y
cstcemoil people in Norlolk who have
found hea'th and strength iu the remedy
that wa< first pretorlb-d by Prof. Edward
Pbelpt, M. V., LI.. D., of Dartmouth Col
Men and women of nn'ional reputation
I lia-o written thankful letters on flio simo
I subject, which h.ivo I eeu publthUcd the
world over, Mild luv? c? !o 1 lurth unasked
for iMpoiiuva loiters from equally promi?
nent men .-nil women in othi r Ian I-.
It low In a le te: that common a Itself in
Ibif tprhin month of May to everr vomau
in Nor oik It was roluutarill written t)
va ol ??. Itiekardaou St Co., l y n lady whoso
portrait. Riven above, ia naanrauce o: her
hi :h character and h neat di-poMtioi. sii ?
ia n picture o ?? manly health, she ia Mrs.
V.o1 ert M. Moore, of Importe, Ind.. und aho
?? lease accent my heartfelt thinks for
tbe Rreat Rood Paine'i ce'ery ooniponutl
has done me. I do think that there CHIlUOt,
be 'on much pal 1 in its favor. I was c 'iu
plotely run down ? year ngn. and hud the
n v ' e aud attendance of two oi 'ho be t
pbyai inns iu the to .'u. who pi ou .Uuoo ( my
i-icknrss nervO'is pr..-:r it on. I xv.ip treitud
by ons for two weens, ani then wont 10 ali?
en or ?ud at firmt ho no me 1 o help inc. hut
after n while instead ol getting better 1
went from bad to worse. 1
! "At tli* Mrnttt lolleltaHon or two of my
tbildren and n <lfHr frteu I, who w h very
muob int rested in my onse, 1 commenced
to take Paiue'a celery ? omtioiind and tool
s?< en I o'tie.', nn nni thankful to any tlmt I
urn n ? oll woman to-day. Considering tin
lo'v state of health in which i w<b my cr.re
Ii s i omu prononneed wonderful You cnn
ubo thif rotnmunication ns v> ti tee fit"
l'or recovery from the effects of too con
at nt indnoi work, vorry over-exertion o!
body o: mind, and Inr the general 't\ t. i-ed
state of hon th th t is so apt 10 result front n
re en ary ife of l ard w. rk an<l routine.
I nine b elery oompottnd ii lhe un ? striotly
nr. lira e re'ief. 11 refreshes au restores the
wornoitt li-iiv-. disposes the holy to take
01.w csh. and rapidly leaienpthe system
or the nted-up olements that cleg its health}
1 Drudging indooy workers who mM?iii get
along hro.itn of fresh air an 1 thore nre
m my inch, both men an I w .tiieu- rerove
vigor of the ii rv et un i v 1 >?I organs through
the naa of Paine'i celery i u .upound.
Oca 11 tit
143 and i45 Church Street.
Rolls New Matting j
Rolls Linoleums from
6oc to $i per yard.
From $5 to $75
FROM 2 S c. TO SOo.
Buying for Cash, Wo Can
D. F. DONOVAN.
Yit offei some of the uoii desirable
tiatttientB now on the market,
to. 16* tirauby street
No. &2? und 231 Hate street.
'; ouenient rental prop -r ties on (Tiuroh,
with. Willonghby. ,'ames an t lleiley
\scant lots i'ii runmore. Urower,
I"rincest Anne. Hume. KWereide, Wind?
er ami New t astlc streets, and 1'ark.
Villenghbv. fentral and B Avenues, ami
n nn more at Lambert's l'omt.
IM l.auk street.
Cottace at Virgin a Beaou.
Wtora 19 Uniou street.
House 55 Uti- en street.
Houses on llerrnnda street.
It ti-u 161 i o.uh streot.
lion ii Aven te A lluntorsvillo.
Oitire* an i Sleepia,' upar?aeate Ott
how of netr iioujbs 1*. a. aventio ei?
>o. .'< I.oyall s I a ii e ?
iirhces on ground floor, 00 Mala itrosS
fltte I to ?mt , i . :. in .
:-c on ..im i i.n i floors 111 Watcri
suitable o ail loft or tigur factory.
29 an . 21 Keuohurch,
co.cco 60-Quan MM ?, 500,000 boskgis.
25.000 cm (? 50,000 T0HVQ10 Gf?l?S.
?.OOO Barrel? Oailsr.
100,000 Barrel Covers, S12.50 Per $1.000
Conio ami seo onr goo ! bei
we are in n position to t Its
Agents and muldlo men can :
waiehuuse, Jlc oull iU h ? w
ito you purchase, and remember
i'.iro of you under all conditions.
? in it. tioods for water trade at
FARMERS' MANUFACTURING CO.
CORNER CHAPEL ?nd CALVERT STREETS.
AUCTION 8AT.*:* ? F? TUKK u Ws
v ale op Valuable uii<l pbopsbty.and
Uy Ttrture of a deed of trust executed on the 7th
day of Julr. 1893, byj. 3: Robinson ,of Philadel?
phia, to Albert TeoMpsou, trastee, lot the purpose
therein set tort h, which deed i?'of record in the
Clerk's office of Southampton County Court, Vir*
plniH, the undetalitued as aubttiluted tru-tto iu
the place of Altert Tbuinpion, rcif-ncd, Tritt sell at
public aueiton to the high tt bidder, at t'sprou.
Vs., on TU ESDA Y. Jnne Uth. 1S?\ atl2 o clock m..
all of the prejieny, real and personal, under the
control, and itr tbe pt asestloa ?f the substituted
trustee !?; virtu re of the said deed of tr si of July
7ih. 1893, consist lac 04 the mill bulldiug. (known
as the toblnsou tfox Kaotorg). with a ra-lroad
Iroutag? of :'<<: feel; also all aktds stod other build?
ings connett d therewith; 0 Uuoment houses, 2
small dry kilns, 2?xt0 feet, the property being ,
located at (."apron. Va., upon laud lea-cd front (i.
W. Tmlt ?V t o., whlob lease ?111 be assigned to Ute |
purchtuier of the p.-ojerty.
Ho or.d?All lb. machinery of en tt ? ature and j
dutrrlpti. u connected with or beb aging to the
said i laut, incluufng among ether things, a shingle
outfit ton pit'.-. 3 SO b. }>. Nagle hoher?, I ?> b. p. .
(ltvelsnri jloodwlck engine, 1 St) b. p. Uuuston- \
Stanw.xd datable engine, 4 planers, 1 40 loch re- j
saw, 1 W luch rlv-taw, A cut-ott s-aws, 2 .wall tip
saw., S K) to t of belttni with shaping andpdllts,
l sjatouiatle knife grinder, I saw grinder, i tmaip
i tf.lt.es etc., 1n ?hott eretylhing that might be
esaected in a couTenientlr arranged box factory
sin placing mill.
Third?Ott? lot tonlalning >i acre on Main Street
("apron, upon which there i> a dcsha'jle dwelling
of 8 r'-cius a id mcessary oiii-homca.
Tl RMS- Cnc-thiid cash; remainder upon tirnis
to b- made known ou dsy of tale. Ample aud
economic arrangements for lumber c.piu wh'cb to
operate, can be etiected by the int. i a??r ef ibe
plant. A in ore complete Inventory of the propsfiy
to b'fold or any Information regarding the same
"real estate at cafb0n,
my be btd by applying to
JAP. tr. McLKMOPE,
t out llano, Va.
.OOOCOOOO iOOC OOOO DOOOOOOO <
5 Why Not
1 Own Your Own Home ? i
I UD STOP MR em! i
j Others do. Why not buy direct
5 from the builder end get a ncrr house
Q end on better terinii and for loci
? money and whero you want it. I
ps will guarantee toy prices aa lo.vnud
O ruv terms easier than any other way
H to obtain your borne. For further
O particulars call on or address
C. C. BARCLAY, 8
REU ESTRTE 1? HEILDER, j
126 Main Street. g
Room T_ niTi 0
Mf.tl .?I ?-'.St IIKMIItl S,
OHABLE9TOWN, W. TA.
[Will Open June 5th, Under
First-clnBB Table. Trices .Moderate. 8pe
Icial rates for dune. lor terms, address
TUB BUCKINGHAM*, 920 Fitteeuth street,
S. \V , Washington, D. ?t After June 1st,
kddr sd. HU'IBL HOWHATAN.
byM-lnj W. 1.. aiiBPiltU, Alanager.
BERKLEY SPRINGS. W. VA.
The Berkloy Springs Hotel Opens
for the reception of i:uo-is. The Hotel has
boeu reunvat'd, rcpapeiel and painted
throughout. Tbe baths of thes.- celob.nted
apring* me noted ror the ct.re of rh'eumu
t sin. gout, skin riisea es, etc For further
[ in oriuaiien apply to OHAS. P. Jack aud a.
V. ?KGEHi proprietors, UerkU-v Springs
Hotel. W. Va. ra>2l-lni
lTELLOW 8ULPHUR SPRINGS. NONTGOM
l ery co'tnty, Va., open to ?l-ltori dune 1st.
>!>5. Tli ? ? i lugs aro Sltuatee on the summit el
hi- Allegheny Mountains; the curative prupert e.
it the v. lers are well e.tabli.hrd and aAonte 1 to a
wide rautjc of diseaa ?. The arrnniinodafloti* are
i t-cdi-s in eierjr le.pert. Deserijittre pampletl I
nd rates Ittruisbed ou aypllcstton. RIOGKwAY
HOLT, piuprirtor. uyiu'-ui
HOUNTA1X VIEW affords a luxurious und in?
expensive SuiniBer riiiinr?iti the HI le Iti t,-.
ionni...ni- hi en Inno IsL Hi MILS. Pit. A. C
Itl.KD.-t)!.. Amtierst, Va. layl'J-sii.ow
PRIVATE SUMMER HOME FOR SUM?
TU E PAT.* M FEMALE SEMINARY, BALEtl,
?'A., offers excel tloiiabla advantages nt uwdtrato
rates for a limit, d number of boarde.**. AiM.e>-<
mys>lni FAKUAN 3.SMITil, Principal,
:rockett arsenic-lithia springs,
iipKis Junk i.i, lmi.'..
A greut Moilti sin lte'ort a> sti elevation of '.',(01
let. Tna daily Arte lo-Uthla hatns. eotnbtned
rii h the 'nteroal ? .e of tl e w.tt<r, r.-p dl. ie leres
iroken .> u and ure: worked nervou- systems,
mire* Rheiiinuiisiii. I lout, I?ysp"isia. Skin brup
inus, Irisotnla, KiitniT and lila'd r Diseases,
)ini etcs and lirlgiu's Kiiea.e Cleur. u id Ueaiiil.
See the Complexion, Write for clroular uud ritten.
W. C. THOMAS, Muna?er,
luvti Bbewevitte, Va.
Pauquier White Sulphur Springs
FAUQUIEB COUNTY. VA.
Hotel Opens June 15th.
Walk? and Drives. Spien IUI I.ivory, Ton?
nt* Court?. KisaVng. Hulpiinr Raths, Briok
Hotel. AH modern conveniences. For cir?
cular and iu'.onnntion ad.irc??
JNO. E. RAKKR. Manager,
or d. B. dt J. E. AUA via,
mylG-tn.th llnltimore, Mr!.
1MB OAT EST RESORT IN TH E MOUNT?
AINS, CAPACITY 1,000, Ol'ENtS JUNK 1.
Rates Reduced One?Halt.
Considering quality of Kxpairout, character
of accomruoiiat o. ?,
Waters recommended bv lending phy
eic an*. If n anderer from consumption,
indigextlou. scrofula, catarrh, -tiurrh a.
omiilo troubles, eto.. or noed gaiety, sur
ro ndod with a superb class of peoide.
wrile 'or pamphlet attil I e convinced this is
a pauacto for tour troubles.
Hr. l.-AIAH WHITS, of Richmond, Modi
jcnl Direotor. JAS. A. FRAZ1KH. Mauaglug
AUO'I'ION KAI.F?irilTI)RK n?V
By Towusetid A Joycis. AsjUojecrs, over 93 Main
yALUABLE AND DESIRABLE BUTLDINO
LOTS IN BB AM B L KT ON WARD FOB
SALE AT AUCTION.
Wa will toll at public auction, at the Real Estate
Exchange, No. 115 Main srre?t, on IUESDAY,
Jiiuo Hth, at 12 in., a la go number of LO PS, situa?
ted on Sheldon, Pollard and other avenues in the
Brauiblcton Heights (ompan*. the lo>s t t21i
100 feet each, Bud are well located, being In the
immedlalo vicinity of 1\ rY aveuue nud i al?
luutlne Home. Pernes des ring lots either to*
homes or tove-tments wl I do well to attend thi*
acle. Lots sold wi>hs>it limit or res>i te.
TEkMS UK SALE?One-third ('.,) ca>b, I.alme.
in Six (6) and tw.lve (12) iroiithn, dele red pay?
ments bearing lnie ml at s x (6j percent, itottt
day of sale, (Scored by de.d of trust dth-ru and
recorded a. purchaser's expense.
W. 1). 60TJTHALL-, Aeeut.
TOWNSEND <v JuVNES,
By W. R. Fentreas, Real E-date Auctlouier, No. 1?
Bank street, Nonolk, Vu.
QOMMISSIONER'S SALE OP VALUABLB CITY
Pursuant to a decreo of the Court of Law and
Chancery of the city of Norfolk, entered on the,
21st day of Mar, I8NL in the suit or Henrietta Col?
lins et a I vs. James F. Collins, In obauc.ry, ia said
court pending, 1 ?bull ?eil ?I public auctiou at the
Norlolk Real E?>ale Etchaoge, No. lie Main,
stteet, Norfolk, Y*.. ou WEDNESDAY, the 5th
day 01 June, i <??.?.?. at 12 o'clock m . the real e tat?
in the hill and pvoccedinje mentioned, sdtuat-d In
the city of Norfolk, in the Slate of Virginia, and
bounded and described as follows, to-wit
Viral?THAT ' E a TAIN LOi<>F LAND, Wit 1
tba building thereon -itunibered .'i9. lying and
bedsg on t he south side wf Hornmda street, lu the
eiiy Aforesaid, snd bounded ns folhiwa, to-udti
Frontligon Uermuda stre-t forty-two feet, more
or lets, and running bat k half wav to Main street
to tba line oi the i ropcrly oon- or formerly belong?
ing to ltob.it Archers a id Aaron d?flte;'e h ire.
Ssrond?THAT CERTAIN LOT. pit-'e or pa reo?
of land with the building thbreon, tntiiihcred la
lylug. being ami ait oat ? tu the City aioresatd, said
lot belog on the west ?irto of Clay 'street, (tor , erly
Kel y street emended , knowu a. lot No. 105 on the
plat filed in the ebameiy cause pending In the
Corporation Conn ol the city aforvM.ld, of llov
u-u and wife VS. Jones et als. uud hounded as
follows: Be^iniui; on th- wesi -id.- of Clay strro-.
-formerly Kelly street extended), ala point distant
107 ki t from the northwest intersection of
Clay street and Bote at re it, thence watt wardly ai
riant angle, unto said Clay art eel 100 r<el, Hielt? ?
northwardly 23 fret, thence raalwardly 10- leet la
said street, theuco southwardly along said Street
23 leet lo the place ol begiulug.
Third?THAI CERTAIN LOT OP LAND, with
the building therein, nutul ered 331, lying an i
Oeing on the couth xlde of y eta itre I. in tie
city a'orc.-ald, which iah! lest mentioned lot or
land is to he told in actotdau- c with the pi it o?
snrv.-v to bo exhibited on the dav of aal*.
TERMS?One-third cash, one-thir l on a crer!l?
of six month', an I the residue of-the purrhtar
ptice ?n a endii of Iwelie tit tiths from the d.tv us
? til , the credit in tallmsata to bear interest Irons
t aduyot tab- mot the purchaser or purchasers t?
ex-cut; ncffOtlaldo notes payablo to tne Cotnnil
siotni, f r the ? ei" rre I payments, ard the title to
ho let.incd until the I tir.be ord-r of the c urt.
A. f. HELDNEK,
It I? certified ttiat thi bond required of thai
Cotntutniourr id lae aburc entitled cgUsa has bu ?
l5y P.mnill Uro-., Real Esta'o and General Auo.
tlotner.?, No. lib Main street. Norfo'k, Va.
PURSUANT TO THE PR (VISIONS OP A DRErt
1 oi t u-t to lb? ttndorsi.ned trustee* d.ttel t-..?
14i)i .1?. i.r A|<r t 1884, and dulv recorded, and al
the request of the lleetd of Directors of the I'om
uuretat ItalicIn* ami Loan Alm?, ilatli in the uel
Ror thereby iecure.1). we ihell cxpox for sale as
tin-Ural Estate Exeliallte: No. Hi Main at-cct,
Norloik, V.l., on THURSDAY, tie 20 h day ol
June, lssCi. ttio ii llowlug prapoity, to-nit:
A LOT OF LAND, ANf) Tlf. IMPROVEMENT)
I situated near Huntersrille, In the County of Nor
to k Virginia, begluuinf at a point slaty it>u. feet
trom tbo uuribwosi corner of lot Nu. 4l, as at
dosi n on t In* j Lit oi Hartiore* a Grimes, sur.ey
ort.dul. reojru.d; tbence running ?real twenty
lit) (eel l" i ?? i t.iti"- ol North and rhlrd stree *?
thence south along the line of North street to the
line ori.it Ne. 17 on said plat* flu u : ea?l twenty
(20) felt along the line oi I t No. IT to a uolnii
tbence nor.h,on a line parallel wlib North street.
thepolntof beginning. It beinu part of lot.
uumt-c s eighteen (No. IS) and nln '0011 (No. lfi,
on the coru?r of North auri Third streets, as lales
down ? n vaid plat
See lV-ed B ok 187. page 1*4
TERMS announced nt sale.
T. J. WOOL,
W. P. DkSAU surb.
II. L. DEKOON,
1 i u 1.1 -0?.
KKAIi I NI H E AQllTrN,
W. H. H. Trice & Co.,
29 BANK BTBEBT. PHONE 5dS.
RESIDENCES?Ml, 'J? \ ork stio.-t.
... nett iluiisc*. t ulonlsl iiTenne, i bent.
177 i'. :. ? 11 lie , Iff t barlo t< *tr et.
6T.11 Bermuda street, id Mariner street,
74 10$ .viMi-tuei ?ireet.ffil Iceruiuue street,
88 Walke a le t. Ill, 187 t ha; el street.
85 1 aJk.mid Blreoi. 71 Fenouurell St net.
Itrarublaton Residences i.<7 I.-imu a>e 111
r/ii WIPetlghby arcniie. ''04 Perk avenue,
I'.U liibbi SVem e, 1X8 Higblaud meiu.e.
Fa-??m, II?. 1--1 Pana a tea, Cburehs re.t,
Store*?112 I'nureh street,
77 1.auk .-ir et. mit, Ut.i ... 71 Watr stress,
Large store 1 omineire sir. 11; mar Main.
StoteoUt inipbtll a wharf.
1 our Warehouse* ruols' wiiarf.
2CKI fort ol ?hart for rout elioap,
(Uli. ?? s 1. IOC, 1 la Malo street.
FINE LOTS FOR SALE
PRICE FROM *10? TO $750 KAC!I.
Terms Ouc-tliird OfliU, balauca in 1 and 9
yeura with 0 por rout, lutcrosl.
H. L. PAGE & CO.,
8ole agents, No. 10 Bauk straet,
Titlo poriect, Norfolk, Vu,
~H. C Hoooard & BST
126 MAIN STUF-ET,
PHONE No. 719.
F?ll KENT?ilo. to.i .'5. MM nu>l 109
lli.tiiiuii I uvouue, 12U Willougbby, illU liux
ter, Alnlioy. i0* Pars -.i riiiistau, ?.,.>.
i,. , 10J, Iii? and l<n Cbapel. with for oral
Improvements: 212 I'huk, 123 Bermuda. 73
Charlotte. 3U Cumberland, 74 ami it Chape i.
Ii & Born.ud i,-t ro jiiis l tore corn _-i <. ln,r, ,?
nnct liariotte wooil vard on Bermuda street,
nie?' store in Berkley, corner Liberty an [
Eighth streets, cottage at Virginia Beach.
IS'i i l ?' utor at ?at,
Fort SAUE?Two homes >n Mattbr nvo
nne '.iia ou Wllloughny. i t on clay one
on Belly, tvt on Tuutitnll, thrnfl on High
land, ono on 1'Hrk. two on i.ovilt. tut?
briUK ti.i Ha- on Niull ' ???r Hi it O ii
ve immit. Lota on Freemason, Corp70w>
Doiisb. 11ig III.in '., Ko |y, i riliUaVa A Hue are*
uue and in llontersvil'n. Also, Farm-, large
mid ?in ill.
Mond Whiskey 3Tn.tittt>
cured ul boine with*
out pain. BcJOkoipS>
ttenlars sent FIlKai.
?aasaa Ii. M. WOOLLKY, M.t\
WJuLUonaU Ul.. AUauto, tie.