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Sobering Ground for the Convivail
and Rest for the Weary.
The Natural Reformatory at the
French Lick. Where the Air is
Impregnated With Sulphur for
Miles. A Very Interesting;
Louisville, May 20.?Although tho
French Lick is in tho stato of Indiana,
it is called tho "sobering up ground for
Kentuckians" for tho reason that on CO
or tvrice a yoar the hi unions portion of
tho Blue Grass Stato empties itself into
this natural reformatory. I say "natu?
ral reformatory," for to imbibe old Bour?
bon, tanglefoot or any intoxicating liq?
uor in conjunction with tho waters of
the place is considered snre death.
It is amusing to seo how some of tho
old soakers tempt the grim monster.
How lovingly they look at the bottle of
old Bourbon, brought along "in ease of
an accident," and with what a "so near
and yet so far" air they replace it in n
convenient place, for transfer to their
pertmantcans when the welcome day of
departure shall arrive!
The waters are mostly sulphur, nnd
BO strong are the fumes arising there?
from that tho air for miles around is im?
pregnated with them. One old Kentuck
ian, who is a constant visitor, says tho
air alono is so Buggestivo of the "lake
of fire and brimstone" thnt it would
keep a fellow sober without tho aid of
Tho first class hotels of tho neighbor?
ing cities, botli iu Indiana nnd across
the Ohio, are represented by a fair con?
tingent during tho season.
Some of tho hotels in Louisville emp?
ty themselves when tho sobering time
comes round. Tho corridors no longer
rosouud with the jocund laugh and joke;
the click of the hospitable glass is tem?
porarily silenced, to bo renewed per?
chance with increased vigor when the
days of penaitco aro over.
When a fellow who has been "going
it" at rather a rapid pace is snddenly
missed by his companions, they do not
notify tho police of a "mysterious dis?
appearance," but naturally take it for
granted that ho is "at tho Lick." In
nine cases ont of ten they are correct.
Apart from its being tho inebriates'
?ohering ground, it is a delightful health
giving resort, to which many sober
xnimlcd people go in search of rest und
The whole country around is dotted
With mineral Bpriugs and is most pic?
turesque. West Hade.u, a similar resort,
is so near th j Lick that the guests of tho
two place; exchange hospitalities, those
of one hOtel always attending tho func?
tions of the other.
Not long since tho guests of the Lick
gave an entertainment and invited the
West Badenitcs, among whom was
James Whitconib Riley, tho poet. Spec?
ulation ran high as to whether or not he
would accept He came, mid with him
as queer a lot of people as ever were
seen outside of Indiana or tho circus.
Ho entered tho room with a tall, gaunt
woman, her dress flounced up to the
jraist, a fashion of a quarter of a cen?
tury ngo, aud artificial flowers in her
hair. Tho whole party had a strong
Hoosier air about them.
They walked into the middlo of tho
room and performed the queerest sort of
dance, marchiug aud countermarching
liko 60 mauy soldiers ou drill, Riley all
tho while looking as if ho were at his
own military fuueraL His face never
relaxed, and it was difficult to associate
the sober looking individual with the
mirth provoking poet. Everybody want?
ed to hear him talk, but everybody was
disappointed. A sphinx could not have
been moro silent.
One lady, with moro temerity than
tho rest, ventured tho question, " Why
are you so silent, Mr. Riley?" To whic h
he replied, "I never tali.' "Pardon
me," she continued, "I should have
known that great thinkers seldom talk."
"I never think," eamo the laconic re?
ply in a drawling tone. Tho lady, look?
ing first amused aud then provoked,
Bnid, "\Vhnt a pityyou hadn'tbeen born
"Yes, I'd have mndoagood bivalve,"
he quietly remarked, "but I wouldn't
have liked being served on tho hnlf
shelL It's too much liko being mndo a
living picture of."
Tho fair questioner rotnrned to hor
little coterioof friends, to whom Eko had
made the wager that she'd "make him
"Well, what success did yon have?"
"None at alL He's as stupid as an
owl," was tho reply.
He redeemed himself in tho eyes of
the guests, however, when, a few mo?
ments after, ho recited a few of his
poems, among them:
The nlcjis is bad when folks commence
A-flnrlin fuult with Providence
sind bulkin 'cause the earth don't shako
At every prnncln step thc-y take.
No man in great till he can seo
How less than little ho would bo
I 'i stripped to self and atark and bare
Bo hong his Gigu out anywhere.
My doolrino is to lay usldo
Contentions and bo iratlsfled.
Jest do yoar best nnd praise or biomo,
That follors?that counts jest the same.
I'vo allnra noticed great success
Is mixed with trouble moro or lets,
And it's tho man who docs tho best
That gets moro knocks than all the r. -t.
When tho genial song writer, Will S.
Hays of Kentucky, author of "Moily
, Hurling" and numerous other songs,
took hia place at the piano, Riley looked,
as a lady said, "more as if he was made
'" v. ?-3 S7oM tfc.st, hn im/I loot-A*
tho whole ovouing."
"Well," said n Louisvillo woman,
"he wonld indued bo a hardened easo if
Will Hays' music couldn't find tho \vuy
to his heart" CUAHLES APPLKBK&
HOW TO TREAT CACTI.
A I'.ruui i tuI Plant Needing Judicious Han
?lluc ?t first.
When plants of cacti nro received
from the doalers, out off tho dead roots,
have ready four or live inch pots hulf
tilled with charcoal or broken crockery,
Or both Over this place tho soil, which
should bo quito sandy. Plaut your cacti
clo.-o together in the sand, luid as soon
as abundant roots nro formed plant in
small puts of sandy soil. Tho pots ought
only tobe largo enough to hold theroots.
Be very careful not to Overwater ut
any time, especially before the pot is
well tilled with roots. If cacti nro given
this treatment and the plants aro healthy
when received, there need be no dread
of failure. When the plants have made
good growth, they may bo moved to
large pots, giving good soil. Tho secret
of success is to get an abundance of
roots. It is an excellent plan to plant a
dozen or more different sorts in u jwt or
box 5 inches in depth and 7 or 8 inches
If all cadi growers would study the
habits of tho different varieties' as they
thrive in their native homes, there
would bo no cause for complaint on ne
count of failure, fur when acquainted
with their habits they uro the easiest
plants to bo oared for. MoxioO produces
more than half tho varieties of the cacti
in cultivation, aud nearly all of them
grow oil tho ground best drained by na?
ture?from tho highest mountain peaks
down to the tablelands. After a rain
not a single drop of stagnant water is
left around the plunt. Some of the vari?
eties delight to grow between the rooks
without any visible earth to feed the
plant, and among these aro seen many
curious forms. Tho plants when forcibly
pulled out appear so pressed that they
seem to have been molded.
Another peculiarity is that the mn
jority of encti are found on the south
-nte of the mountains, and in their na?
tive haunts will stand a year or more
without rain, but as hardy as the plants
appear iu this respect most kinds will
not stund any rough handling or bruis?
ing. After they have been bruised they
will appear Bound for awhile, but will
eventually rot when in the hands of an
amateur who endeavors to revive them
by frequent watering. Obtain good,
sound plants, ascertain if possible
whether the different varieties are found
iu the shady forests of South America
or the hot Randy plains of Mexico and
treat accordingly, handln tho various
specimens carefully, givo thorough
drainage nnd water sparingly, and suc?
cess will bo assured.
An Odd Fan Por Wheelmen.
C. M. Webb of Chattanooga is the in?
ventor of a fnu to bo fastened to the
handle ba-r. which is caused to revolve
by a friction wheel coming in contact
With the front tiro. It throws n strong
?urrent of air into the face of tho rider.
Tuhc Your Ropalr Kit,
It is foolish to leavo your tool chest at
home, simply because tho scorchers do
it. Tho little chest is extremely conven?
ient iu case of an accident, and its
weight is insignificant?Now York
Good In Everything,
"It's nn ill wind that blows nobody
any good." Tho hill that pumps tin
perspiration out of a climber gives rest
and refreshment to tho coaster.?Wheel
And llio bost friend that never
fails you is Simmons Liver Regu?
lator, (tho Red Z)?-that's what,
you hear at the mention of this
excellent Liver medicine, and
people should not be persuaded
that anything clso will do.
It is the King of Liver Medi?
cines; is better than pills, und
takes tho place of Quinine nnd
Calomel it acts directly on tno
Liver, Kidney and Bowels and
gives new life to the whole sys?
tem. This is the medicine you
want. Sold by all Druggists in
JW?id, or in Powder to ?e ta&?*
or made into a tea,
' ?...?*"KVER* PACKAGED
3t5 SS.'vs,uniP ?" rert nn wrappe*
?? ?E1XJLH ? CO.. RM?wWr.?-W
To the Citizens of Norfolk.
Having bought tho Drug Business of Mr.
Hotlmitu. No. "ins Main street. 1 reiiieotfully
ask n 8 are of your patronage. 1 hope at all
times to merit your contuk-uco by fair nnd
Mv htock of DRUGS an 1 TOILET Alt
Tici.Ks is complete in every department,
Special euro anil intention will ho ,-.\ou the
PrlBSUIUPTION DBPARTMKNNT. and phy?
sicians' prescriptions or fnmilv remedies,
whether brongnt or sent by ehil.lreu or ser?
vants will be promptly arid carelnllr pre?
pared, i. U. F. TBOTTEK,
kOtt Main Ut, Pharmacist.
Sale Will Commence Monday. May 27th, at 9. A M.
Clark's O. N. T. Spool Cotton, 3Jo spool.
'25 Skeiua Embroidered Silk, for 9c,
Kid CurletB, 4o dozen.
UraBB Thimbles, 8c dozen.
Largo Shell IJnir Fine, 4o each. 1
Medium size Shell Ilnir Pius, lo oaob,'
Match Hoves. 8o eaob.
Large boxes Motiruiug Pine, 4o box.
Small Stookiuet Drct-a Shields, 4o pair.
Kid Purses, 4c eucb,
Lirgo stoel s'n^sors, Oo eaob.
Boue Collar liiiltons. 8o dozen.
Shell Hair Tins, 8o dozen.
8 incb Kid Curlers, 13o dozen.
Bubber Corset Laces, 2o eaob.
Kiug'a Spool Cotton, 19o dozen.
Siiio Carters, lo pair.
Nieklo .-afety Pins, Unplex, 7o do/.cu,
Feather Stitched Braid "lc piece.
Toolb IJmsbes, :io eacb.
Agato Collar Buttons, Da dozen.
Hooks nud Eye?, l?o dozen, all sizcrj,
Extra InrRO cukes Sonp, .'to cuke.
10U lluir l'iuu iu boxes, 4o box.
Largo Hnfoty Pins, 4o dozen.
Huhber Lined Press Sbields, 8o pnir.
Bixbey'e Shoo Blacking, lc bos,
U dozen Shoe Pultons for lo,
While Tape, lo piece.
Curling Irous, 4c eacb,
]fki 'i...uics of Oologuo, So boltlei
IMaoliino Oil, lc bottlo,
Brass Pins, IIa paper,
Keodlos, ? papers for do.
Bonnet PiuB, wbite or blaok. 4o dozon.
Ped MarkiUK Cotton, 5o dozen skeins.
Black or white Uaruing Cotton, 2o ball.
Dexter'a Knitting Cotton, wbite, 5o ball.
Doxter's Knitting Cotton, colored, Go bull.
Linen Corset Laces, 2o eaob.
Celluloid Thimbles, 2c eaob,
Corset Laces, :ic dozen.
Bixbey's Stove Polish, lc cake.
Largo Stookiuet Dress Shields, So pair*
Wido White Tape, 2 pieces for 3o,
Colored China Buttons, H dozen for 3c,
Small boxes Mourning Pins, 'Jo box.
Small boltles Stafford's Blaok Ink, lo bofllc,
7 iuch Wbalobono, 3c dozeu.
8 inch Whalebone, 4o dozen,
1) inch Wbalebouo, blaok, do dozen.
!) inoh Wbalebouo, wbite, 7c dozen.
Small bottles Ammonia, 3c botiles.
Lnrgo bottles Ammonia, 5a bottlo.
24 sheets Note Pnper for 3a.
25 Envelopes for 3o.
Toilet Paper, 3c package.
Covered Dress Steels, Da dozen,'
Lotters for Marking, lo dozen.
Invisible Hair Pins, lo paper.
Steel 1'united Hair Pins, lo paper.
Best Mucilage, 3o bottle.
Casmo Buttermilk Soap, genuine, 7o cako,'
Sftaudorcn Pace Powder, 5o box,
Vaseline, 4n bottle.
Perfumed Vaseline, 8o bottle.
Wbalebouo Casing. Gc piece,
Bull TinBel, lo ball.
And Hun?reus 01 oirer Arucies Too Numerous 10 Menilon.
2Q4 Main St. NORFOLK, \/A.
Retail and Wholesale Dealers, No. 24 Old Market Square.
DO YOU KNOW US ?
The Kern Furniture
If not, come to us at once and get ac?
quainted, as we can save vou money on our
immense line of FURNITURE, consisting
Mattresses, Springs, Bureaus, Wash
Stands, Glass Closets, Book Cases,
And everything appertaining to the Furni?
We Have Received a Line of Refrigerators.
None hcttcr, and will sell them at
Remarkably Low Prices*
Our motto: QuicK Sales, Small Profits.
Mail Orders promptly attended to. We
are also selling' the best FURNITURE
POLISH on the market. Try a bottie.
143 and i45 Church Street.
JA Rolls New Matting
jljj from ioc.
1Rolls Linoleums from
6oc to $i per yard.
From $5 to &~7E>
FROM 2 S c. TO SOc.
Buying for Cash, Wo Can
D. F. DONOVAN.
Brick. Brick. Brick.
For tale at the vnr h of the NANSEMOND
B1VKH JJlUcK AM> X1LB CO.
Addrati iL L. JACOI53.
Bf 33 IV 4?uit. U- V*.
SPECIAL S?LE CONTINUED T
Owing to the big demand for Underwear last week we
have decided to continue the Special Sale of Ladies' and
Gents' Furnishings. The following inducements arc olTered:
Oents' '-tg?gee Shirt?, 15c, worth 7."c. _ ' , _?..... . ,
Cents Negligee Shirts, Sic, worth 81. Ladies Ribbed \ ests, 60. worth lOo.
Gent? Negligee MiirU. G'.'c. worth Si. Ladies- Ribbed Vests, 10c, worth ISO.
Gents' Negligee Phirt-i. tic. wortli $1,25,
Gents' Balbrlggnn In let wear, very good Ladies' Ribbed Vests, 16c, worth 26c,
quality, wortu 7?o per suit; our ] rice, 45c
per suit Ladies' Ribbed Vests, 25c, worth 87 l-2c.
Another supply of those French Finished Salines just re?
Also a full I'm : of Dimities, Percales, Crepon. Ducking
and all kinds of Summer Dress Goods constantly on hand.
Beautiful Line Shirt Waist just received, which will be
sold at from 25 to 67 cents each, which is 25 per cent, less
that sold elsewhere.
L. Westhexmer's Dry Goods Store,
i:$^3: Ola vi roll Street.
STRICTLY ONE PRICE
ALL GOODS WARRANTED.
HIGHEST AWARDS AT
1'n re Beer hrewed to-J?y.
Bottled expressly for faiAues.
Pabst Milwaukee Beer.
we. 507,7u. BETIZ'8 HLE BP PORTER w ? **?
J.E. FULFORD, Sole Agent.
*a-?B?rUj DatiTcry far VrWais F?0Ma
AtJOTioif 8AX.K8 ? n;n;iti. ihvs
By Townsend A Joynes, Auctioneers, over 05 Main
yAI.VABLK AND DESIRABLE BUILDING
IOTS IN I'BAMDLETON WARD FOB
SALE AT AUCTION.
We ?111 sell st public suction, st the Real Kstste
Exchange, No. lit Main street, on 'i UKSDAY,
June sth, at 12 in., a Urge number of LOi.S, sltua
ted ou Sheldon, lVllard aud other aveuuea In the
Bram bieten Helgbls Company. 'J he los ue2ix
100 leet cscb, snd are .?eil located, being iu the
Immediate vicinity of Purk avenue und I si?
lent inn Home. Turtles Urs r.ng loti either tor
homes ur luvo-tmeot* trill do well to attend this
stle. Lots sold wiihout limit orreieiie.
TERMS UK SALK-Oiie-thlrd ( ';,) ca-?h, t.alrnce
In Six (?> nnil nv.lv? ii'.'i rennlhs, defo red pay?
ments Waring lntcrett at s X (6) per cent. Iroiu
day of sale, secured by de.dof trutt drown and
rsootdoil sn tiurchster's expense.
W. D. SOUTHALL, Atent
TOWN8END A JOl NKS,
KRAIi KITATE ARKItTN.
29 BANK STBRBT. PIIOMK 53*
RESItiKNCES?Hl, 2? York stiect.
j ttti uew Ileuses. Colonial avenue, Hhent.
177 Mouse tie i , l*> t barlo t? sir et.
ST. I tu Bermuda street, lo Mariner stre-t.
74 108 .".Miner street,43 boruiuda street,
30 Wallte site i HI, 1ST 1 h?: c| -itrce:
85 1 uik und Streut, 71 Fcnonurcb street,
Brambleldo Residences--aEtj i 111 .:..... ?,
IS* Wil'o tghby avetnie. 404 l'ark ?renne,
1:3 Ullib?avenue, ir:i Highland avenue.
Flats 'JiO, III', 121 l uiis s.ie.-t, 412 Church slroiL
Stores?112 Church street,
77 Uauk sir et, IS'J. IS?, W. 71 Wolrrstrset.
Larite storo Commerce strett; near Main.
Si.<>n < ainpbill s whurl.
Four Warehouses Tunis' wharf.
9.0U fett "f Whsri for rent cheap.
O.lic!??8 >. 108, ICS Main street.
FINE "LOTS FOR SALE
PBICF, FROM $100 TO 5750 EACH.
Terms - One-third cash, baluucs in 1 and 2
years with i; per cent, interest.
H. L. PAGE & CO.,
Bole agents, No. 10 Bank street,
1 itlo perfect, Norfolk, Vn,
H. C HGOQard & Co.,
I?6 MAIN STREET,
PHONIC No. 719.
FOR RENT?.1 i. 4ti:i -n?. 407 and 409
Highland avenue, 12fi Willouguby, 42U Dax
tor, .... Mnltoy. 401 Par.v j iio.-t.ill. 1 >2.
lo>, 168, lttaaud lTU Chapel, ?tili nicieru
Improvements: 212 imu., 123 1'crmuda. 73
Charlotte. 30 Ciiutberland, 74 aud IS Chapel,
106 1.er.I.tri 1. 4 ro uns 1 t-.ic comnr Ublirob
and > liarlo'.te wood yard ou Bermuda stroot,
nice sloto in Berkley, corner Liberty suit
ElffUth streets; cottage at \ii?mia Beach.
1:13 md 1 1 ? uter st ?et. ,
l ull RAI.E? Two houses on ".'bIIIiv nvo
uub iinoon WUIoughby, tw ? on Clay ont
on Kelly, tw on Tnustnll, three ?11 High
land, one ou Park, ttro on Lovitt, four
Oi'ick tu. 1S0< on Nich i on sir at. K- o i in
vn im?tit. Lots on Freemason, Corprew,
Iloush. lliglilaud, Kelly, i'rinoe.-s Aunu ?tu
hue and in liuntcrsville. Also. Parins, large
RUd Mil ill.
)OOOCOOOO 500C OOOO DOOOOOOOt
j Why Not
1 Own Your Own Home!!
MO STOP YOUR RENT! i
) Others <!o. Why not be.y direct 1
2 from tho builder ru'l-;et a new hoiiso |
5 and on better torms and tor lem i
1 money and vthero you wont it. I 1
j M ill gunrauteo my prices as low and
2 my terms easier than any other way
5 to obtain your home. For further
2 particulars call on or address
i C. C. BARCLAY,
B HI tSTRTE IN) Bit
R 126 Main Street.
Q Room 7_Mm >
John E. Doyle. John F. Small.
DOYLE & SMALL,
143 Main St.,
(Liaad of Old Market Bquaro.)
HAVE OPENED WITH AN ENTIRELY
Trunks, Traveling Bags
Which will be sold at a moderate profit.
"WIRE SCREENS, i
WIRE BCREENH of all grades from best
to iho cheapest in stock an i ma.in to order.
Those desiring Screens will.please drop np
a ro tnl, and we will wait upon and quote
COOKE, CLARK & CO.
AUCTION NA IMC?I IU* D.U.
By II. L. Paje 4 Co.. Auctioneers.
Ol'SEBOLl) AND KITCHEN FURNITUBE AT
Will bo sold ?t public suction THURSDAY
MOItNINU. .Ms- H*tb, at 1 ifltl o'clock, on tba
prenib.a, No. 113 Wihougkhj avenue, IliumblutoBs
iba entire Household ami Klt.heii Furniture.
Houtekeeper? will do well lo otlcnl ttils sale, ??
the i urnlture It no.T, and i. so d beraube pirtla?
are leaving the city. 11. 1? I'AllK A. CO.,
By tho Morris Auction-Houso. J. T. Kllby, Jr..
Proprietor, ?8 Bank strrct.
T AFGE TRADE PALE AT Ol'R AUCTION*
JLi house on THURSDAY MORN I HQ. May tb?
30th. at lfc.tu o'ciicfc, viz.: Drv Ooods, ITothlnrjL
Notlbus, Ilosirrr, lists, ('nil. Shuts, Gents' Fugs
j ultnlBJ Goods, etc. >no | o it Ire.
iuy2f-.it_lt. lt. M(iuris, Manager.
AUVIION SAM/N-tUIUIIi: ?AV
By W. R, Fcutien, ffeal Fslale Auttloueer, Ho. It
Hank street, Norfolk, Va.
UOUSB AND LUT ON HAWK .STREUT AT AUt>
By virtue Of a divreaof the Court of Law an*
Cbauciry of (be city of Noifolk, entaied on the
23d or Februar/, issil, in the chancery suit or J. ii
.-ava,-.- .nid v l'? and others, hlalntidS, against .'.
3. Mupp, executor, a d other.", def-udant->. I sbalL
a*, special commissi? ner, soli, on WEDNESDAY,
THE ."nil D i Y OK .IL NU. I SOS, at uouii, at pulilla
uuutiou, in the Real ""Estate Exchange. In said citv.
at No. 110 Main street, fur theiiriu of the natural
It'e ?f Martha Muutc, the lot of Isud Mthtbe im?
provements tb trenn, dcturlbct us Pillows; ' egin.
nine; st a pi.Int no tue Kant -1(1? 01 Hawk street sis
inches North or the bouse of Butler, thence nut
ii m ; northerly 21 leet ti Inches, thence ICuslerlv 79.
feet cr half way through to Fourth street; ib-nca
S utii.-rly 21 feet ('. inches, and thence Wostcny I?
said Hawk sticet ul the pol ill of beginning. Th?
said Martini Mtore Is alioiit r.O years of age.
TBKM8?One hundred dollars 10 hi pntd in ca<h_
and balance in thirty days. Kith Interest from da?
of sale, to be eridunccd bv bond wilh Boprortel
security. I.. HARM ANS >N,
1 certify that the bond required of the CO 01 at is.
j Mom r under decree in tho suit above referred to
has beeu glvarj,
JUNIIS A. COLEMAN. D.C
IMMEDIATELY AFTER THE ABOVE SAi.lt.
I ail of the n.'lit, title and Inteicst in tlii> said do
serlbetl pro eity.Of the lour ehiblnn, all being of
lull age. of Elijah Moore, now dccea?i d. ar.d Marth*
Moire, hi* widow, wil be exrie to sale on til*
following te ni.: One-third cash and balance ? at
l> eiual layruenli at no ami IN) days, deferru?
instalments to lie evidenced by iiotei of the pu*.
vhnst-r. payable jointly to s 'id linir children
L HARM VNSON,
niyJD-tds Attorney in lad for said children.
Ft H. L. Page A Co., Auctioneer?.
C^ALU OF FINE HOUSEHOLD AND KITCHEB
FURNITURE AT AUCTION.
Will be sold at public am linn on FRIDAT,
Mav:ilst,at lUo'cli ck a. m., at No. 2 i Voik street,
FINE HOUSEHOLD AND KITCHEN FURNI?
contained therein,) ontlst'ng of every tbieg uiuatlr
Ii und iu ii weil nil nlsbed bouse.
Ltdies esptclolly united ationd the sate.
u. L. PAGE A CO.,
By W. R, Fcntress, Heal Estate Auctioneer, No. is
Gaulc slicet. Norfolk, V...
POMMIBSIOKER'SSALE Ol VALUABLB CIT?
Pursuant to a decree of the ( onrt of I.aw sna
Chancery of the city of Norfolk, entered on thi?
21sl day of Mar. is;.:., in the suit of lienrleits Cob,
11ii- et nl vs. Jona F Collius. in chauctry, in sal>
court peiiiiniK, 1 stiall sei at |>.el auction at the
Noitolk Real Erlate * Exchange, No. Ii? Mai?
s-rect, Norfolk, Vs., on WEDNESDAY, the .'.th.
day oi June, 18w, at i.' o'clock in. the i.aieHii*
In the bill ami iiroceediUM mentioned, sliuat d it
the city of Norfolk, lu ...e statu ->i Virginia, ana
bounded and described as follows, lu nil
First?THAT < KhTAIN l.oi --F I AND, wit t
? be building Iherenu ^numbered line; and
belog ou the south sldtol Uernauda street, in th*
r-liy aforesaid, sud boundtd as foll-.ws, io-wlii
F.xinllngon Uermnda stie t forty-two feet more
or lets, uii-1 running i--.u k bait war to Maiii streei
to t be line ul the property now or lonuerlv ho!-n:g?
iug to Robert An-hei and Aaron Jeffrey's h Ir-.
s.ml?THAT CERTAIN LOT, pie r or pares*
<>f laml with ili>- building ihhreon, nuiubared Ilk
lying, bei us ami situate in tl:e city alnresnid, sals,
lot being on His waul ddeofClay street, (ior eorli
Kel y street emended , known a< lot No. HIS on tbo
pint filed in lbs chaineiy cause peudlng lathe
i or|ioratlon Cauii ol lbe city afbresald, oi lioir*
d u :uid wlfs vs. Junes < i als, nn-l bounded as
follows: Begliiliigon the west side of Clay strte^
forinerty Kelly streei oxteuded), at a point ili-ianf
107 ton from tbu northwrat intersection of sauf
t iny Mr.'- t and Bute streu, them-.- westwkrdly a?
right angles utilo said Clay srieit lot) feet, thenc*
northwardly2.1 feet, thence rastwantly 10>leettb
said street. I hence southwardly along raid str.es
23 leet to the place ot l-cgintiii:.
Third THATCEIti AlN LOT OF LAND, with
the l-uildiiiK lb--.eon, iiinulercd 331, l>ltu suk
neingon the South side of tj ee-i etrcet. in the
city n orcsaid, wuieh laid last nienHoned let of
laud Is to be sold iu actoldno'0 With (be pit o?
?urv. y to be exhibited on the dar of sale.
TERMS?One-third cnsh.one-tnlrd en a creVf*
of mx min.ill-, an I II.o resldno ol the purchtaV
I rice on h eriilit ol twelve Ul lltbs iroiu the day of
idle, tlio credit lu Isllments lo tear imeresi uoi?
tto day ol Mil - sud the purchaser or purchaser' i?
execul'j negolialde indes pav.ibleto too Cuiniiils.
siomr.f r Ute daferrcil iiayiiiools.ahd th-- 'itiet?
I e tet?lned uull' the rurlh'o or.l-i ol Hie e int.
A, II. HEI.DNKIt,
II I- cettlAed tbot the bond rc-|Uired of tlia
Couniisaioner iu tbe above entitled cause has ba<?
my-Mtds _ _Clerk.
ALE OF VALUABLE MILL PBOPEKTY AND)
TtEAL ESTATE AT CAPBON.
Bv Vir lure of a deed of trust executed on the 7th
day of Julf, 1893. hyj. J. Roblmon, of Fblladeb
ph a, to Atbcrl Tnoatmoil, trustee, lor the purposa
therein set forth, which deed Is of record In tlia
Clerk's office of souiharaplon County court, Mr*
I gjtiia, the hndSrslgned as .ubttiluted tm-Ue i?
ibentacool Alberl Thonipson, resigned, will sell as
public auction titie high st bidder, at ('siirnn.
Vs., on TU EdDA Y, June lllh. 1893, at f.' o clock in.,
all of the properly, real and persons), under th*
control, and in Ibe possession of the substUulcA
I truttee by vlrlUre ol the said deed of tr ?lof.iulf
Tili. 1808,ComUlthgof the mill building,(knowl
a. the i ol iii-iii 110x Factory), w it ti a r.iilrna?
frontage of 2H! feet; al-o all slmls and other build
s eounrrt .1 therewith; c Uneinenl homes, *
_ill dry kiln*, 20X40 feet, the properly being
Ibeated at Capron, V'a,,u|. land leaded lro;u (W
W. Truit A 1 0., which leas,- will be BSsigOOd to the.
purchaser of ihe pn>|i?-riy.
So und?All ih. machinery Of Cvrry la'nrean*
description connected witli or belonging lo tbk
said I laut, Including tmunc oilier things, a shlngl*
outfit i ompl.te, 3 lg) h. p. Nagle boilers, 1 $1 h. |k
Cleveland iloudwlck engine, I rid b. p. Homtoit.
Stan wood Gamble engine, i planers, t 40 Inch ro.
saw, 1 2ii inch rip-saw,r> > tit - .11 saws,2 small rl^
laws, 800 fett of belling wl Iii ?h-itnnc. andpulllcay
I aiitouiatle knife giimler, 1 saw ei Inder, 2 l.ump
engines, etc., in short evciythlmr. that mi^ht l-k
expected in a ronrcuieutly armiigod box laclory
and planlui; mill.
Third -One lot rontalninc acre on Main stiest
Caprou, upon whieli there lja desirable dwelling
of .s rooms and niccasary oql-hi uses,
TEItMrt tiiie-thlid cash; r.-uiainder upon terms
|o he made kuowu on day of sale. Ainnlo an?
c. ono-ni. iirriinKHiiculs for lumber upon wu ch tb
operate, can be en?cted by I be pureba.ee of tlia
plant. A more complete luvcnlory of the proper! f
to be sohl or any Information regarding the sn-ua
my be had by applying lo
' J^.s. U MoLEMORB,
M?yl',I8?f\ ?ourtland, V?