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Ell. IS UP 10 DHE
Sermons by Telephone Are Now an
Interesting Experiments Recently
Made in Philadelphia. Pastor Con
well Will be Heard by Thou?
sands Who do Not See Him.
An English Precedent.
And now tee telephone is to be util?
ized as an aocessory to the pulpit
A series of liit^ltly interesting experi?
ments worn made a> few days ago in
Philadelphia, which, wbou carried to
their natural conclusions, will make it
possible, and even on*y, for imy pcyubvr
pulpit orator to enlarge ehe numerical
limit of hie auditors almost inrtorinite
Ty. The epenker, whose audience iB now
limitt-d to the seating capacity of his
churob, may rimulOaueausly address his
words of exhortation to two, three or
eve? n doscn such congregations, gather
odvin separate auditoriums, mid that,
two, without any axtSra oxurtion or incon?
venience on his part, provided he pos?
sesses the fftet reqpifiite of oho successful
orator?good speaking power and dis?
The ospwriments were mado in Phila?
delphia^ famous Baptist edifice known
jib the Tomple. It is ono of the largest
ohnrok structures in America, greater
?than nay of the tuliomuoles which Dr.
Talmago has merle fwaioun, larger in its
?OaCing capacity than miust of the thcu
ters and opera houses of th? world. And
yafit is no longer largo enough.
$he indivirtual mctabors of this great
Homplc flock were brought fiooo to face
With (the oruiuoas fact that they wore
rapidly outgrowing thnir sheepfolrt one
1'ride.y sight about n month ago when
tho Rev. Russell XI. Conwell. their pas?
tor, la bis eharaetcristieally blunt wny,
snid to them : "Whrei 119 more paritm*
bare nssoointcd themselves as members
of this church every seat iu tho upper
temple will bo occupied by a Christian.
If OYery one of tbcee Clvrietinti.s attends
seryico nnd ocenpioa his or her .?ent,
thou tliero will be no further scope here
for evangelical work. What shall wo do?
Think it out. Think it oat!"
What Pastor Conwell alluded to as
tho upper temple is Uio main audi?
torium, in which tho pror.ohing services
nro held. Every Sunday night and
morning for y#ars it has boon crowded.
But there is a lower tomple, too?n
vast, airy room beneath the ether?and
for mnny mouths overflow mooting!
Lave boon regularly held there. There
is ako a commodious fornm in the Tem?
ple college hnilding immediately ad?
joining the Temple.
But the trouble is that Mr. Conwell
1b a popular speaker, and thorn who
throng the Temple doors go thoro ex?
pecting to htar him.
When Pastor Conwell said, "Think it
?out, think it cut," therefore, oxexybody
inew jnst what he meant. Ho wanted
GDBio problem thought out tho solution
ef which would make it possible for the
congregations in the upper tompio, the
lower templo and tho college forum to
practically attend tho teamu ecrvico and
all at onco to be within tho wound of
Thero is a young man in the church
who has quite a reputation as n joker.
So said Beatentioualy, "Why not run a
speaking tube from the upper to the
Those who heard this suggestion
thought it was only a joke, and some of
the young women snickured. "But," ne
one of the more eericras inindod mein
her? said, "that remark set us to think?
ing, and now we have thought it out."
A competent electrician wns culled in
consultation, and he undertook to roper
< intend the task of uniting the three
auditoriums so as to aehiove tho desired
result. He was coutldont of success, and
he had good enough precedent in Eng?
land and Europe if not in America. lie
told the Temple people how a similar
problem had been solved not long ago
to Birmingham, England, and The
Temple Magazine published this inter?
esting account of it as a stimulus to its
"Christ church, Birmingham, Eng?
land, is n large edifice, and is blessed
?with a rector who 1b not only a beauti?
ful and exemplary Cliristinn character,
hut ? powerful and tolling speaker.
Thousands come regular }y every Sunday
to listen to him. Ho was struck with
the unhappy lot of tho multitude of poor
Buffering creatures who were compelled
to lie day after day in the hospitals, and
he made up his mind to brighten their
"After consulting with several emi?
nent elMtrioians, he gave ordere, at his
own expense, for a loud speaking tele?
phone connection to be made between
Christ church and the principal hospital
in the city. After several experiments it
?worked successfully, and further con?
tracts were placed with the electricians
to connect other hospitals with tho
church. Thon tho jail wits put in the cir?
cuit, and eventually seven large cities
?t R distance ranging between 100 and
850 miles heard the whole service at
Christ church simultanously.
"That is the great-eat regular tele?
phone cLvouit in connection with the
Christian church, that we know of. The
ordinary listener in Canon's own church
. Sever thinks for a moment Chat any tele?
phone* aro in the building. All that can
Be seen are a few metal disks, if you
know whore to look for them. The
flp*aker stands as other speakers, makes
SO more effort than thef cU% and puts
frimssif to no HiooaTcnience yhatevTir.
Ve Cornwall &ad the ShtV. 1X>. fl
A. Po?j, the aMOSieta pastor, statiouca
themselves in tho lower temple and de?
livered1 brief address?? in their ordinary
speaking toco. They wero distinctly
honid and listened to with interest by
tho auditors in tho upper- temple and
tho r.ol'.ege ferum. It is not unlikely that
the rakiphoae system way bo extended
ultimately to iaotaue in its uircnit sov
oral institutions,and tun possible further
ramifications of such n system appear tc
bo nlmost limitless.?Now York Herald.
WAITING FOR HETTY TO DIE.
Tlie Horrlunrl flrotharx Expect a Fortuna
When Mm. Green Kxplre*.
Two gray haired men iu California
would probably lx? ablo to restrain their
grief should Hetty Qrecn, the woman
with many millions, but no homo, con?
clude to end her earthly career. Oho of
them. Captain John )lowland, is a night
watchman on a oity dock in San Fran?
cisco, and the other. Jotham Rowland,
is a Napa farmer. Neither of tho broth?
ers is well supplied with this world's
goods, bat according to their story they
have "great expectations." Mrs. Green's
father, Edmund Mott Robinson, tho ship
olmndlorof Now Bedford, Mass., loft her
a great many millions, and the Row?
land brothers claim thul (3,000,000 was
left iu trust for them. Tho money is to
bo paid to them after Mrs. C-lrcen's doath.
The Hawland brothers were nephews
of Mrs. Green's f it her. and it is said
thnt he remembered them iu his will bo
jotham BOWLAKO. john UOWLAXD.
cause of the fact thai his father-in-law,
Gideon Rowland, assisted him material?
ly in making his lirst success in life.
His gratitude hnn not thus far improved
the condition of the Hi>wlands. By the
terms of the will Mrs. Green is unable
to cut them oil. but as the money does
not revolt to them until she joins the
great majority they may both die with?
out ever seeing a cent of it. Thus far
Mrs. Green has succeodetl admirably in
increasing their fortune for thorn, but
she ha;; also insisted iu keeping every
mill of the sum in her own hands.
Tho brothers left their New England
homo in 1849, und Jotham became a
farmer, while .lohn spent many years on
tho soa as muster of it whaler. Since
Mrs. Green became the riebest woman
in America she has ignored the existeuce
of the California residuary legatees.
Not Kr?n a Vl? Loaf on tho Follonors of
Her. John -Morrow.
Tho Row C. W. Sttvidgo, one of tho
best known ministers in Omaha, mokes
startling charges against tho Rev. J.
Morrow of Pittobnrg. Ho became ac?
quainted with Morrow some years ago,
while that gentleman was n minister of
tho Presbyterian church, nndwheu Mor?
row wont to Omaha received him kindly.
Strango stories caiuo to his cars con?
cerning Morrow's doings and religious
teachings, and SavidgC started an inves?
tigation. Tho reports were to the effect
that Morrow was preaching that the
proper way to worship t iod was in n
siato of absolute nudity.
Savidge suys ho lirst went, to Morrow
and asked him its to tho truth of the
stories, and that he admitted that he had
not only preached teach a doetritie, but
that it had actually been practiced by
his congregation. Ho justified his action
by passages from the Bible?Tiz: II
Samuel vi, 20; I Samuel xix, 24, and
Isaiah xx, U.?New York Recorder.
These Wer? Lilcrd tho Music.
As soon as a hand organ griudcr
started a tune the other dayiu Hunting?
don, Pa., a swarm of 5,000 bees made
a boo lino for his organ and lit on it.
The music appeared to have made them
good uatured, for they stung no one
while thoy wore being put back into
ti.? hive ?Sfaw York Times.
And tho best friend that never
fails you is Simmons Liver Regu?
lator, (tho Red Z)?that's what
you hear at the mention of thia
excellent Liver medicine, and
people should not bo persuaded
that anythiiig else will do.
It is the King of Liver Medi?
cines; is better than pills, and
takes the place of Quinine and
Calomel It acts directly on tdo
Liver, Kidney and Bowels and
givea new life to the whole eys
tem. This rathe medicino you
yant. Sold by all Druggists in
i^iUid, or in Powder to be taW
TO or made into a tea. /
TOWELS, TOWELING, NAPKINS AND TABLE LINEN.
Sale Will Begin Monday, June 3d, at 9. A M.
6.000 Jyards Cotlon Toweling, So yard,
f.,ihm) yards Uubleacboii Linen Toweling,
6.000 yards Bleached Linon Toweling, (Jo
1,000 yards Bloaehcd Linea Toweling, 7o
1,000 yards Checked Linen Toweling, 80
DO Checker! Napkins, 2c each.
100 ('becksd Liuiu Napkins, 0 for 25o.
100 < becked Linen Nap!.inn. 6 for I58o.
100 Wlnte Liuen Napkins, 0 for '21c,
100 Horde-red Linen Napkins. 0 for 21c.
100 Extra Largo Wbito Linen Napkins, 0
100 Lxlra Large Cotton Towels, Uo each,
im) Kxtm Heavy Ootlon Towels, Da each,
fit) I'nbloaehed Turkish Towels, lie each.
GO Bleoobed Extra Largo Turkish Towels,
60 Linen Red Bordor Towels, 17x30*, 9o
60 Linen Red Bordor Towels, 18x38, 12o
60 Linen Red Border Towels, 21x45, 14o
60 Iiinon Knotted Fringe, White and Col?
ored Bordered Towels,23x10, lOocaob.
50 Linon Knotted Fringe, Wbito and Col?
ored Bordered Towels, ai/o 23x50,
urica 23a enub. ,
1,000 yards of 25o Unbleached Table
Linen, sale prieo, I'.lc yard.
1,000 yards of 25c Blenched Table Linen,
sato price. I'.lc yard,
1,000 yards of 50c Bleached Table Linen,
sale prioe, :iSo yard.
1,000 yards of 75c Bleached Table Linon,
sale price, 59o yard.
1,000 yards25o Tnriiey Rod Tublo bum risk,
sale price, 17c yard.
1,000 yards :55c "Turkey Bed Tablo
Unmask, sulo price, 23o yard.
1,000 yards 5llo Turkey Bod Tablo
Damask, sale price, Ite'o yard.
SI.25 Roudy-Madu Linen Table Cloths,
w:ih colored bordors, sale price, 99o
SI.0;i RnadyMado Linon Table Clotri?,
with colored borders, sale prioe, 8?0
1,000 yards 5-4 Table Oil Cloth, standard
qualitv, salu prioe, 12Jc yard.
5 dozen White Napkins, oxtra largo size,
to bo out and honiuod, pure linen ,
>om ni?'a?, POSMEE'S,
204 iVlain St. NORFOLK, VA. 204 Maim St.
Retail and Wholesale Dealers, No. 24 Market Square.
HIVE HEGEiVED mm LflBGE LOT QE BJ1BI GMKGES,
which will be sold very low, Come lie fore they are all picked over, We will
save you money.
Our Line of Bedroom Suits is Simply Immense.
Is going \vith?our LEADER, #17.50 for 9 pieces, Solid Oak. ?
Omr Line of Lounges and Couches is Complete,
and it would pay you to look at ours before you purchase.
name and Examine Our Line of Befnpters, Tip pre Hons Bettor!
ALSO ALWAYS KEEP ON HAND
Book Cases, Glass Closets, Washstands, Bureaus, Mattresses, Chairs
(of ail description), Rockers, Spring Beds,
And in fact, Everything Usually Kept in a Furniture Store T
Remember our Motto; QUICK SALES AND SMALS PROFITS.
Mail Orders promptly attended to. We arc also selling the best FURNITURE
POLISH on the market. Try a bottle, only 15c.
The Kern Furniture Company, 24 Old Market Sq
I In clcl ix* o-t oii liviS1< 1 im y,, Graiiby JsJti'GO i.
Shorthand, Bookkeeping, Typewriting, Penmanship,
ETC, ETC., ETC.
Now is tho tiino to enter if yon wnut to take position in ttan fall. Fleinut rooms
overln. king Norfolk barbor, m? oni< admitted* at any time. Jndni ual instruction.
No vacation during the ?ummer. Pot l?rm?, c .11 on or a i.irons.
1. W. PATTON? Principal.
For an Inch L.
of Time," R
wailed poor Queen Bess.
Time; is just as valuable to?
day? it is price/ess. How
many Queens of American homes could save half their time
by using iu their daily, monthly, yearly cleaning,
This wonderful preparation not only saves a woman's money,
but it saves her time and strength. It's the home comfort
that makes other home comforts possible. All grocers sell
Gold Dust iu large packages?price 25 cents. Made only by
THE N. K. FAIRPANK COMPANvY,
CHICAGO. ST.IJOT'tB. ^vwrnnir. rtOST?X, PIHI.ADKT.PIIIA.
'I'KEASUltY DEPARTMENT. OFFICE SUPKR
I \l~iv. ARCHITECT, Vt a-lmi*io ', I). ?.
May, list, IsUV?Sealed Proposals will I.'ired
at this olticc until 2 o'clock p. m. on tb? I9lhilay
of .inn', itas, mill o|xnei Immediately thereafter,
lor nil tin- labor i ml Material? required for tue
ahn i, buiMinR?, cic , at Hulled States Uuuranllnc
-la i.in iii ji H ulhourl, N. C, in accordance with
iir.iv. Iii|i9 and tpeoiili atlon, i spies of which may he
bad at IhU oftl<eor**l Ibe odiceol tin- i -t.n
I o( Ilm l nite I States Mailne Hospital al Wtlmlr.g
ton; N. < . I a. h ill mt;a! In- accoiupail <? i ky .
eil ? heck in' a iiiui a t lesi lliati l u r ctn',
ol i'i" amount hi lbs nioi.i'ai. I tie rlglii lare
Htrvcd to lejeoi any or all oldi uml lo waive an)
defect or luformalitj in any bid il it lie uoemcil
in tin- in-ii-i of the OoTenimsnt to data. AH
propnsals received after Hie time t-lnieil ?rill be te
lururd to the bidders, Proposals inn tl.eercl.I
m envc!o|es, fa tiled and marked, 'PlloPO.sAl.S
for u i .11 . hull in.- etc., nt ilie Cn'ted ."-tatrs
uuara-lmeftal on near routhpori, N. ' ..ami ad?
dressed to \\ m. Marliu Alken, Supervising Archi?
tect " Ju'J-o iiui
To Whom it May Concern
Notii-a is hereby Riven that we trill not ho
responsible for any debt i'ontriictoil in the
n*m k of the lollottiug vsaisele, not* owned
?lEAMEii R, T. YTATEHS,
IlARi E M A K Y.
BOHOOKER A. T. COWS'.
'? II. L. JAMES.
" MAHY E. (iltAIIAM and
'? A. B. FIELDS,
E\ct pt upon a written order duly signed
by this t.ompauy.
OHE EN LEAF JOHNSON LUMBEH CO.
MOTHS, GNATS, Etc.,
Are Instantly Destroyed
in the plenmnt and harmlos? aroma of
"The One Night Itoach Extnrminator;"
non-pouon us; destroys roaches water
hugs, ants, etc.. in one night. All
druggist*. 25 touts. By mail from the
N ATI iv I. S01.ICITINO COMP AN I. W
Flfi' ? p. Now York.
AUCTION 8AMCS ? FUTUKU DAYS
My the Morris Auction Uousc. J. T. KILUY, Jr,
Proprietor, 118 Bank slreot.
TJUBSUANT TO A DEED OK TAUST MADE BY
W. ALLEN ShEPHKRD and HORACE
OR A N BT1V 10 nioaa J rustee, sated the.'.Ulli day
01 Iiet euiK-r. ISM, aud lecorded in D. it. 114 U. 1*.
3. Clerk's Office lorporat on Court of the City or
Norf) k, Va., 1 shall ell ?I public Melton lulls
ltd atoiy of (remises, Nt?. Ill .Muin m-i Norfolk,
"4.,THURSDAY, the i:tiU day ni June. 1395, ?t li
clock ui.. the lolloping prop.itv to-wlt, a? an en?
tirety: All the printing presses, type, type atuud?,
blooka and all utber ma erlal of every nature, kind
end lescriniinn ueid la tho priming business, no*
enntu ned in tbc sicond story of premises No, 111
Mnln street, Norfolk. Va.
TERMS OK 8AI.K: T?euty-flve dollars and ex
pciises <>t >:<lo casb, and balance in monthly In?
stallments oT t<vcnt/-flve dollars per ui .iita. pay?
able ou the first day of each and every montii,
utter dats of eatd aale, with lutcre't from day of
salo, defenol pnynents to be secured by deed of
trust drawn and recorded at esp-nsci.r purci-atcr.
W. J. BAXTER, .11'.,,
1?. It. MOl'.KlS,
W, M. llannub, Auctioneer.
BY VIRT?RE OK THE FOLLOWING DEEDS
of trust to ua, one from C. U. i'.^per aud wife,
dtt'eJ Mar '.'Hi. 1S9J, and duly recorded in I). It.
180,1". IK. Norfolk Co.mty . ourt <eik'. Utticc;
One fioin W. M. Mooro and wire; d.it-d O3 Ober
21it, ti-90. iro.rdcd in D. It, SM. K. ESI: and one
from t niun Ve'rraiis' Hn'l Aaaevlatlou, dated San.
torn her nth. 18'JJ, recnid d in 0. D. 102, 1*. SW,
Clerk's <nine t or; oration Court, <'iiy of Norfo'k
au I at i he request ui t lie party iher.-m secured ??
rill cell at public million at tbc Norf.dk Real
E.tatc fx banse. Ilfi Main street, ou THURSDAY,
the liilli i ay of June, 1805, at l'Jm., the following
1. THAT i ERTAIN LOT OF 'AND ?rll h the
ImproteaienU th-io.n. beaiulnaj "n son b ideof
llyrd strict, in Norfolk county. Va.. at H out 244)
feet wt*t.Iruui wed side of Factory r-trcot; thence
nuiuine -ouih along ?hui was Turner's lot too feet:
Ibenee we I :? feel; tV-u.o ti?>rt?- Iii? f.-et tu Hyrd
street, and Ibeuce east :l i lee' to th ! be lining.
2. I.O.lS-JS ainl Mi In i l it oi K KIcbardsoB'a
lamp -telia lot*, laid lots front on Ivcy street aud
THAT LOT.OF LAND on CialbomS avenue
In Bramblet'.u Ward, Norf. Ik ilty. Va.. iuiiubcie.1
H, In aqvare C, as uni-ked on pint u-.o .led wilh
dee I Iroui M T. Cooke and al to li Etheredee;
loi front-" .10 f.-et on laid avenue ; nil runs back I3S
foct to ? lane I- feel wide, and is unproved i<y a
nice name 1 uiiding.
1. VACANT LOI fronting 18 feet on wcM aide of
llawk street, Norfo'k city, Va , b tw,ct liuto and
Queen it rei li, with a depth of no fct.
OEO. \V. DEY.
.1. YV. Ill N I LR,
T. It. nOULAND,
Trus'ecs Mutual Building Association.
\v, m. Hannah,
UK Al. TESTA'S'IE AfsKN'I'M.
W. H. H. Trice & Co.,
WBAMK STREET, PHONE 603.
RESIDENCES?Ul, -Jo York alieit.
', v... new liutisea. i itloBlsl aveuue, tlhent.
177 Bousli lie . Ifi i barlo t.-str et.
(7.110 Uertuuda street, -o Marluor street,
74 p 8 >i-iiiiei street, l or.uusirect,
SI v. ...? sue t. in, 187 i Im ci -ireet..
s". Falkland alreoi, 71 Feaokuroh street.
IJrauibletuu Rjsidonces Levitt ataauo,
121! \V !',, ighby nvenile, -.04 I'srk .venue,
123 lilbba avenue, ISO Highland avenue,
Klais -ii. 1!?, r.'i I'ana a.reit, 112 CbUrOh a'rstt,
Stores?413 i I'lircVi street,
57 I .?iik ?tr et. I St!, IM. UK, 71 YYa'rrstreat.
Lame .tore ( out niorce street j neat Main.
Stole on i sinphtU'? whsrf.
l mir Warehouses Tunla' wiiarf.
2.10 feit ..r wliarl for r^nt ehcap,
OtSc :?8 '. IOC, I Is Main street.
FINE LOTS FDR SALE
iniCF, FROM tlOO TO $750 EACH.
Teruu -Ouu-tUinl eaab, balance In 1 auJ 2
yerirs with G per cent- interest.
H. L. PAGE ?Sc CO.,
Bole agents, No. 16 Bank street,
Title tiortcct, Norfolk, Ya,
H. G. HoQoara & Co.,
'in Estate & iLuui?ai i
136 MAIN STREET.
PHONB No. 719.
FOR RENT?21'.1. 4ti:t 4U5. 107 aud 4<Mi
lllKhluud avenue, 12C WillOUgbby. 4iU Bai?
ter, .. Jialtoy. 401 Parti oil. luustalt. 162,
i hu.I 17U Cbapol. ni'. li lilCunril
improvements: -12 Intua, 128 Bermuda. 78
Cbiirlotto. SU Uumberlaud, 7t ami iu (Jbapal,
ItUTiiiUila, -I ro .ilia htore corner > bnr. U
Hint i tiarlo'.l* wood yanl on licriuu.ln rt ruei,
storo in Berkley, corner Liberty and
KiKUtn btroets: uoitHpe at Virginia Itoaali.
IH'i "" t I 1 ^ liter ?| eet.
FOR sale?Two homes on Tt;alti?v avo
uuo "no on Willonsjhby, tw? on Clay one
ou Kelly, tw i on Tnnstall, three nu High?
land, one ou I'srk, ivro on l.ovitt, four
buck h.> So- on M ill . mi o( n- o I In
vn-tiiiuiit. Lota on Frociiiasou, CorptSW,
llouch. Highlnn.!, Ko l?, 1 riuce-s Auuc uvc
Dlle and iu Huutersville. Aleo. Fitrins, large
and Hin ill.
REAAL ESTATE AGIHTS. 99 MAIN STREET! |
Cott.rge at Virginia Beach,
?Store 1'.) 1 uioii atreet.
Houses ou Bermuda struct.
Bow of new hou.es F. A. avonue cs
No fi I.ovaF'B Inno.
oOloes on ground floor, 90 Main stroct,
fitted to suit applicants.
Bseoud and third floors, 114 Water, suiU
ble for rail loft or oig.r factory.
22 nnd A 1 encliurch.
Cnraa in 1 to 4 days, Im
morliatc in effset; ouick to
enre. ('an bo carried in voat
_pockot, all complete iu one
email paukano. Hent l>y mail, prupsid. plain
pnekage, on recoipt of price, $1 per box.
For SaleJ>y_W. R. Martin.
TI." nnilorsifjnor'. hare oponednlaundry at
104 tirnnby street, where all work left with
them will roi'i ive careful and prompt uttcit
tlou. LADIES' WORK WILL, RECEIVE
BPEOIAI, CA BE.
HOW LEE, 104 Granby St.
hpurj Oonnrrhroa and ^?a?7 |
oa^Mtl^ujW%vanlenoef ttJDY ||
Us ?t Ap. J'rriKVi.fa.V J\
AUCTION SA 1,1 >?THIS DAY.
Dy the Morris Auctluu House, 33 Bank street, J.T.
Kilby. Jr., Proprietor.
T At>GE TRADE RALE AT OI K AUCTION'
1j house ou THURSDAY MORN I HO. June lit*
(Ith. at 1U:.tli o'clock, of Dry liouds, Clothing.
Notions, Hosiery, Hats, Carl, *c.
It. It. MORRIS,
AVUriuK MMM-FU rVKK l?AV
'ALE OK VATtJA^lTMlLirr^
REAL ESTATE AT CAPRON,
lly Tlrturo of a dcod of trust executed on ike 7i?
day of July, 1893. by J. J. Robinson .of. Philadcl
|>h a, to Albert Tlioalpsoo, trustee, lur Hie purpose
tlicrciu mi tortli, which deed I? of record hi tho
Clerk's office of Southampton County Court, Vir
giuin, I he umlct>t)!ucd us Mlb.tltuted tru-lre is*
i he place of Alben Thompson, reigned, will sell av
public auction lo the highest bidder, at Capron?
Va,,ou TUESDAY, June 11th. HJM. aii'j o'clock tu.,
all of the property, real and personal, under tho
control, and in the possessio? of the substitute*
truttii.. by virtnro of the saht Ucrdof tr .at of Juljr
7lb. 1808, COIIllaliueof the mill buildm.:. (known
a. the t oliiiiMin Box Factory), with n railroad
?rootage of 2111 feet; also all Mud. and other bund?
ling* connect'd t here wit b; C Unctueul houses, 9
small dr> kilns, juslu f.-ct, the proporty being
located ui Capron, Va.. upon laud li n ed front o>
W. Tiull A Co., which lease will be assigned to tho
purchaser of ii"" property.
So out!?All Ike machinery of evt rj latureams
dcucrlnliiu conuerlcd with or ? i.'iium: to th*
said i lam. including among other things, u shlugle
nullit romplcti. :l 60 b. p. Nuglu holier*, l s i h. t>
Cleveland lloodwlck engine, 1 SO h. p. Houston*
Stanwood Hamide engine, 4 planers, l 40 inch re
saw, 1 inch rip-saw, (1 .ut-nil saws, 2 small rip
taw., 8un fe t of beitluc. with shading r.nd pnlllis.
1 automatic knife grimier, I saw c,ri?*dcr, ?j iiump
engines, etc., iu short eveiytblng that might l>*
expected In a conrsnieutly arranged box factory
[ aid plaung mill.
Third i in? lot i onlaliiln- '.. aerc on Malu atie^s
'apron, upon which llieie Itudesitabte dwelling
it 8 rooms and necessary out-bouses.
I RRM?- l)uo-tblrd cash; remainder upon terms
to be made kuown oil day of sale. Ample and
economic arrangements for lumber upon wli eh t?
operate, can be effected by the purchaser of th?
plant. A more complete Inventory of the propenr
lo be sold or any Information regarding lliesnino
my l e had by spplving lo
JAS. 1- McLKMORE,
May IB, 1S98. Courtland, Va.
lly Townscud A Joynos, Auctioneers, V5 Maia
ffXECUTOR'd SALE OF DESIRABLE RESl
DENCK PROPERTY ( N BUTE STREET
AND ON FRONT STREBT, NOR?
! At executor of Cornelius II. Mstlblss, deceased,
and bv vlriuriof a dvcrte entered oulhexlitday
i of May, ltc.'V lu .ham- ry cm so ol Auule N. Cleve?
land and bust and p a nsl Palile C, Armstrong and
others, ion pending iu the i'oi,ri of Law and
('haue r? of tu- tiivof Norlolk, I shall ofler for
saUat public auction, ai tlm Norfolk Real Estate
a .1 -to k Exchauge No. 11.1 Mam itic-t. Norfolk.
Va,onTHURSDAY,J. nth, isa.l,at 12 o'clock
mloduy, the following res denen properly situated
In said . it 7 of Norfolk. IO-U it
l UfE LOT OF I,?Nil WITH THE DOUBLE
TENEMENT DWELLING HOUSES, No. 301 and
203 Hate street, near Urewci street, fronting in
tbesouth snle of lluts sr it 60 ami ;uioib. reel,
hid e "i less, to tbe mlildle o the 3-!u. t Inie iu
common Iwlweaa No. 2 U snd 2u."i II He street, with
a di p h en the west line of 41 few. tsoroor less, a
depth <I 44 feel ll Inches, n or.'or I ?..?, un the cast
line, and a v.ldtli a rots the rear ol bt fett? Inche-,
more or ic...
THE LOT OF LAND WITH THEDOUBLB
T N EM EN I DWELL Nw HOUSES, N- s.SiS ami
s 7 Huts street, noar Brewer street, fronting II
feet on t*-e South side ol Uutc tlieet to tue middle
of fie .1 fool lane Iu common between Nos. 203 aud
211 It it ? str-.t. ? itha depth ou the west line of
18 fowl 61'icbei,more orleai.a dssth on the east
linos of Mi feet, more or !e?-, and a width acrces
the rtar of fie fee' inoreoi en.
?;. THE LOT O' LAND WITH THE FRAlfBj
ANDT N HOOFED L'OURLE DWEIJ.INO at the
liorthwtal enrn r I tint and Second sii'eei>, la
AtlntitleChy Ward, riostlng AO feet, moreor less?
on the north sd? of Front iirest, witlia depth of
120 leot i.i alley, :u.d wl b a width across the
?ear ol 4s c i v i oho , more or less
t 1'ltELuTOF LAND WITH THE DOURMI
FRAME AND AHINGLF.D ROOK HnUUI.E TEN?
EMEN"! HOUSES, lylnj Immediately W*st ami
a I idning il i I it licieiunbore ia.t des rib. d. fro t
IngS) le I. m?r< oi less, ou tho North side . t Front
? t o i.'ii ii a dip b of 120 feet to an alley,andl
Wim a ? i L li acroaS i tin re-, r ol Ml feat, moroor lo?i\
I'KUMS?linc-tlllld In ci-1.i - li rd at I?
umhlbs a id oic-tli id a; Ism n b? iron dey ot
s;l-.to deferreJ In Ailments tj e evidenced iiy
lbe purelinser * i ??.? 11 .i.le noli s, bearing from ?L-y
of sale at tbe r*li ofOicr eciil. per aniinm, pay?
able aemi-^nuualty, and to be si re I by the pur*
rbaier's d od of I mat upon ilu properly, t j l>o
di awn. eer lB<d I r i.r.aud reei>ri'elal | ur
o ssar's cs|cn-e, or He purcbnier may jay the
whole purchase ivoney Iu e n> at time ei cuiu
pli.u.e with Ibe lermi i i - le
.IOSMMI T ALLYN,
Kzeculor ol ? orni Ilm ll. Matthias.
TOWNSEND & .io> m>.
I hereby eoitlfy thai the l oml requtrod by la*
au l ii ii-iled to in luo lorecolng decree lias heea
given. .IUN1US A. COLEMAN,
liepuiy Cltik of Ibe Couri of I aw and Cbauetffy?
jet: t Is_
PURSUAN'I TO THE TERMS OF A DEED Or*
I iru.t made by A. I*. Kearney, Huston Sneait?
and Ilu hard West.I rualieiofSilonion's 1'abei no bv
A. I. 0. of Mi.*'?, No. 01, to us .is ir Hees,da > l
April 24tb, 18)ai d recorded In d. b. 17*. p :>\.
Clerk's OrlicA ol Ibe County Court for I be t ouiit*
of N< rok. Va., we iball proeerd to sell at public
auction in float ol tl<o eoun In ti-e door ol tbo
Norfolk com If ? onrllinute, Vr, on MONDAY.
THE IT i Ii DAVOF JUNE, ISU4, at 12 o'clock m.,
Ibe lo o'.nn^ prop rty, le-wil ALL I'llAI CKIt
I A IN LOT, >il i EOM PARI EL OF LAND. will,
the buildin s and linprnremenia thereon, slinateo
Inthico my oi Nor oik In tee St l.i ol Vlrgiuift,
mid known as lo- 70. Mai oue avenue, scoordiua to
ti e Klan " lb Na h in 'i
TERMS OF SALE CASH.
ALVAII II. MARTIN,
FRANKLIN I>. OILL,
Trustees of tlie Cbciapeakii Classifisd Bull ing
1OOOC OOOODOOC OOOODOOCooooc
Own Your Own Home!!
AND STOP YOUR RtKT I j
Others rio. Why not buy ditoct <
Irom the htiil ler ami tjot a new house ]
and ou hotter torma and for less
money sml whore you want it. 1
will guaiuiitoe my prices as low nn.l
my terms casior than any other way
to obta-.u your home. For further
particulars call on or nddrest
C. C. BARCLAY,
o 126 Main Street. X
Q Room "7 __. ?p Q
has been tutnl for children whilo toethinr
It soothes tlio child, solteu tho gums, uL
lays all pain, cures win i cholic, rogulateo
the stomach am) bowola. aud is the bets
remedy lot diarrhoea. Twentv-five cents; m
bottle. Sold by wli druggists thronehoas
Ilm v ori- - slll-uu.tr