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A Texas Queen Who Controls a
Mrs. Richard King Owns Two Thou?
sand Square Miles of Territory.
Her Magnificent Estate and
Army of Employes. Hsr
t_rae representative in the next con?
gress -will bo nominated aud elected by
a Woman. She is the widow of Captain
Richard Khig. and she owns a princi?
pality in southern Texas. Hor landed
estafos consist of about 1,250,000 aoroa i
?that is to say, nearly 2.000 square
miles. For hiking care of this vast do?
main a sutall army of men is required.
Thoir votes arc controlled by the mis?
tress, who is to nil intents und purposes
Tho records of the land office at Wash?
ington reveal sorue extraordinary facts
with volution to that part >>f southern
Texas which scorns on the map to in?
trude into Mexico, terminating in a
point nt the month of the Rio Grande.
This region, nearly as big as New Eng?
land, eomprisoG four great counties and
is owned by four families?the Kings,
tho Konnedjs, the Collinses and tho
Armstrongs. Much the largest of the
font shares belongs iu fee simple to ali'j
The ancient road from San Antonio
to Brownsville has beeu closed by Mrs.
King's fences, nnd there nro no gatos.
Thoro is no road law in thut country.
The only way to get from Brownsville
to Alieo if by a stage route of 40 hours.
The stage carries mail for a large part
of Mexico. In the entire diatauee thoro
is not a single settlement, because tho
territory travorsed'bolongs to Mrs. King.
Tbo regiou is wholly wild, being used
for oattle gra-zi:i<;. Mrs. King is refer
Ted to by Richard Harding Davis in one
of his artiolos, who remurks that it is
difficult to imngiuo n solitary family
occupying hu area larger than some of
tho eastern states?an area that would
in the east support n <g?r ? capital, with
governor and legislature and numerous
small towns, with competing railway
systems and rival bast Will nines.
Tho owner of this principality is a
generous nnd liberal minded woman,
about 00 years of age. She does much
good and takes care of bor people. To
each laboror oa her estates she ^ives a
cow. Her ranch of Santa Gertradis is
the larp' st in ihn world. It is bounded
by Corpus Christi bay for a distance of
?10 miles and by barbed wire fences f>
300 miles more. From her front door to
her from gate is 19 miles, und she can
drive in hor carriage 0." miles in a
straight lino without going off hor own
premise.", liar house looks like ncastlo
on the Rhine?n typical baronial nuiu
sion. It is situated ou a slight etnlnonco,
surrounded by tho modest dwellings of
hor dependents and by Heids of waving
corn. Beyond on every side is a green
wilderness of mesquito and cactus.
The chateau is as completely furnish?
ed and as handsomely equipped as nny
mansion on Fifth avenue in New York.
No luxury that money can buy any?
where is lacking to the widow, who, by
tho way, is tho daughter of the tir.'t
Presbyterian missionary to tho Rio
Grande. Corpus Christi is the terminus
of a railway, and from that point n
continuous stream of wagons carry ice
nnd other necessaries to the ranch. Mrs.
King lives for several months of each
year in a palace tit Corpus Christi, nur
son-in-law, Robert J. Kleborg, is gener?
al manager of tho rannh, on which uro
200,000 cuttle of improved breeds. I>ong
trains of freight oars urn made up at
Oorpns Christi to carry Mrs. King's
c?tile to tho east.
To run the vast estate costs about
$100,000 a year. For overy 20 miles of
baffcbd wire fence there is a man to
make repairs and see that no break oc
srurs. In, the old days to ant a fenco was
an offense 'likely to result in the death
erf the perpetrators of fhe act. Thr??e
hundred cowboys are regularly employ?
ed, 1,800 ponies being set aside for iboir
.use. Every spring all of the oalvtss are
rounded np for branding. They are
driven into a pen through a wooden
chnto, and as they leavo the chuto each
one is oaught, by tho leg and thrown
opco its hide.
Then one of a dozen irons that are
kept redhot in an open hre is pressed
Upon tho animal's nose. All brands are
registered, and sometimes each member
of a family has ono. Mr. Davis spanks
of a girl wbo came, out in socioty iu
New York three winters ago, and who
is known in Texas only as "the owner
of the triangle brand. " Nobody can get
water in that country save by good will
of the owncrt of the great estates, und
no one can Crave! without their permis?
sion, inasmuch as fhcro are no public
roads. Thus it cornea about that tho re
giOB is entirely shut up and unused to
any extent for agriculture, though it is
extraordinarily fertile, ? Washington
Bow to C Irani* Print Goofl*.
Calicoes, ginghams and chninbrays
?rannot be proporly washed with tho
white clothes. To eot tho colors soak tho
dress a fow minutes. If thore is much
pink, purple, lavender or green in tho
goods, strong, cold alnin water is the
best. For reds, yellows, browns and
the like use about ono ounce of sugar
*f lead to a gallon of wuter. For black
and white co;nbinations dissert vo two
handfuls of salt in a tub of cold water.
Then wmh hastily through warm bran
water, rinse twice, blue if the colors re
ttnire bluing, wring, starch on tho wrong
autie wIM. m^Ao. ?w''' " *
AUVCIN lUWfc WITH A MUMMY.
tue Archeeologfot I.oel Uli Treasure, but
t .?? -u.s-il With 111* Life.
A Pronoh nrohiuologist traveling
among tlu- Andos in sottich of knowl?
edge and specimens had a groat desiro
to explore some oaves in the sides of tho
precipices. They were doubtless ancient
tombs and would probably yield hint it
treasure. Ha selected u favorable spot,
therefore, ri^ed a sort of chair or sent
between two leather cords und cagagoti
two Indiana to lot him down from tho
brow of the precipice. "A descent of
UOO feet mwde in this way," ho tolls us.
"is extraordinarily long."1
Howover, he reached the cave iu sufe.
ty, and on forcing n passage iut" it wiu<
rewarded by rinding two >kit 11<* und a
muinmy, "thoroughly dry,' he Bays,
"and pretty solid. " He passed u mi in^
through .the eyeholes of the sknlls and
attached thorn to his belt. Then he took
the mummy 111 hi* arms and signaled to
tin- Indians to diaw him up. With his
hi-fis he defeuded himself ugainst tho
jutting rooks, :u-d in n few minutes was
almost ou au oven with ill" top. Tito
Indiana knew nothing about hi* load
Just then tho yellow s!in!l of QUO of
their ancestors appeared before ih'ir
eyes, and the idiota rr-vo n Btnrt of s-.-.r
prise. The Frenchman thought they
must have lot go the oord.
"It was the affair of a second," ho
writes. "What passes in the brain of a
man at such au instant i.- indescribable.
1 did not drop u yard, but 1 , n; , riouccd
all tile horror of it man in rapidly fall
i 1 If; ' trough Space. My liunils lot go the
mummy, and while, covered with a
cold sweat, I was helped ever the edge
* t tho clor by the Indians, the mummy
bounded from rock to rock nnd lauded
in bits ut tlu? bottom of tho chasm."
He overwhelmed the Indian-; with in?
vective, but to no purpoeo. ?uoh dond
men, they assured him, if disturbed iu
their sepuloher, had tbo habit of kissing
tbo Indians, who perished infallibly un?
der their dendly breath. One of the two
declared that his owu father had died
in that way.
The other assured the Frenchman that
nt the in Quit nt whou thn head of the
mummy showed above tho edge of tho
rucks it opened its mouth. If it had not
luckily fallen iuio the abyss, it would
have curs od thorn forever.?Pittsburg
Novel Advert Ulna;.
Tho Cleveland Btrcet railway compa?
nies have goua into tho advertising busi?
ness in a novel way. They have had
Imilt Bevern) billboard oars, constructed
with the purpose, of allowing the great?
est amount Of poster spuco in the most
obtrusive way, and those are kepi run?
ning over tho various routes through tho
city streets. The citizens don't like tho
cars, both ou asathetio grounds und be
cans., they would prefer to hnve the
companies* put on move cm s for carrying
paaseiigers instead ol crowding the
streets with the Trolley billboards.
A invoice In Fifty Minute*.
They obtain divorces in 60 minutes
in Muncio, lud. This heats Dakota,
Chicago, or, ns Farmer John E. Orous of
Stephousrillo, Sullivan county, would
Bay, "it bents potato bugs."?New
Palpitation of the Heart!
Shortness of Breath, Swell?
ing of Legs and Feet.
"For about 4 years 1 was troubled
with palpitation of the heart,
shortness of breath and swelling of
the legs and feet. At t iraes I would
faint. I Was treated by Hiebest
physicians In Savannah, Ga., with
no relief. I then tried various
Spriugs, without beneilt. 1 tried
Drsra@$5 Heart ?ure
also Iiis Nerv? and Liver Pills. Af?
ter beginning to take than I felt better/
I continued taking them and 1 ant
now in better health than for many
years. Since niv recovery I have
gained fifty pounds in weight. I
hone this statement may be of
value to souiu poor sufferer." ,,
E.B. BUTTON, Ways i=ialion. Ga.1
Dr. Miles' Heart Cur? Is gold on a ura?
lt Ivo guarantee that the Aral l><>t tlo will
benefit. All drujgslsts sell II at 11,ebot?
tles fore?., or it trill be sei.:, prinaicl. on
receipt of price by tbo Dr. Miles McUic?i
Co.. klL-hart, lud.
Sold by All Druggists.
SASH, DOORS. BLINDS.
FINE BUILDERS' HARDWARE,
PAi.tli, OILS, BRUSHES,
Polish Plate and Window Glass,
LONGMAN & MARTINEZ' PORK
REASV-IIIXK ) l'AJNTi. EVRUY
GALLON 8OL0 UNDi)R A HIND.
Light wolajht IlTpnotUaa?
Yon wuy ho bold and bad, "Coin,"
but- litt!? buys can't hypnotize this
Tile urijiln ot "s.in|;er."
A correspondent semis tho following
derivation of the term "linger:" "Early
in the forties then! moved from Ver?
mont toouoof the then flourishing cot
ton manufacturing villnges ?>f New
Hampshire n man with a largo family
of children, tj keep ono of the corpora?
tion boarding houses. lit- was n tall,
lank dyspeptic. There was but one shoo
store in the village; in the rear uf tho
store \\;ts a room for making and re?
pairing shot's. Hero was a Frenchman,
aud n lover of mischief. One day the
tavern keeper entered the shop and said :
'HolloI Aro you u shoemaker?' 'Yon,'
was the answer, 'and linger at it.' Tho
Frouchman caught on? und in ti day or
two there wa> hung outside the build?
ing, with other store goods, probably
the most uncouth, bnugliugly made pair
of shoes ever scon ou the continent,
labeled 'Lingers.' There they hung un?
til every man, woman und child in the
village had looked them over. Front
that day the members of the dyspeptic's
family were known as'lingers.' And
the word was applied to everything us a
superlative, to a fine yoke of oxen or a
hie lish.''?Boston JorunaL
a warm shamptk > withCutlcura Soap,
and a single application <>i Culicura
(ointment), the great Skin Cute, clear the
scalp and hair of crusts, scales, and dand?
ruff, allay Itching, soothe irritation, stim?
ulate the luir follicles, and nourish the
roots, thus producing Luxuriant lltir,
with a clean, wholesome scalp.
Morphine and Stimulants. ?
Asnav, V.\? July IT. it-5. ?
Jj Mr PoulPratt, Richmond, Vx </,
9 D af ~ii 1 r in. no id. d He n*o cf the ?
O Klertropoiar b~t (h i I ? ? ! i m ioh.il ?
? io>ere UttaoVaot llruiioliiti*. l.i ... ..6)
? ami (trip for a tiutnlH'r ol jreti I ? ?? jiu ? d ?
#> dieted le the ii.-e nt morphine und ? mm. O
S> anlt Iu n levlue lain aud to er. du e ile-i. 9
? Medicines mil* nave m? temporary i in t O)
0 Sin .inj llie I ictroixda* I have taken no ?
? medicines, nnd hare Le-n thoroughly run,1 O
? el I ha uiurpn lie I a it and tli >h . r ? lim *
? lanta. I hare Im e i so iiiiieh hencSied i , n- ?
? use iu the ulore <l:sta-es that I tellev? onlj O
8 I fea a ore tr?atui?nt? wl II male me a ?eil ?
? man. I w.itild not Itlkcigili, Ol fur the belie- ?
? nt derived I ram It- use. My wife was a tr t?
? sufferer fiom St lath Uheuuiatliiu until -Ii ?
? liegen the ii.i tli. Pol e, und ahe la now O
? cuietl. \ ? ?'? ie.?p?i Untie, e
? .1 ? l a S l.l.i ItKY N'OI.DS O
? Surveyor and Civil Kngtneer. ?
Full particular! given fie-. W rile to
IM I 1. I It ATI. Kiel luond, V:u
Ilia Virginia Agent t. r the I 1.1/ l ItOPOiSB.
I/T.KIMNC PACK WITH TIM K?DR. A. D, BAR
l\ Ul i I li-i nut in a nc? IV Irli i i? i?j,
M >i. i lo um tho i.bluer; ol hl? m fefJpySB
?... and telaketha place uf hit Bteam*^QjJ_H?
motor, ""Id h lias done mich rxrellent work In the
piat. II a office has Ifen thoroughly renovated
?nil latprovidin the pail tew months, and la now
mir oi t ne l <-?i r<|iilp|ird .nid fitted up Denial K-tal
llaliindita In the South, lie baa all the latest im?
proved Insti umtnts, with tneknoa ledge of tweaty
uvo years'experience lu Hie use dental instru
ineino. Thla Is worth something to you. fan you
. . lie its value? Ur. A. P. liARHKTT Is fixed
foi Ihe Dental .business with a plenty ol Dental
material to do all k nds n Dental m?rk at prices
latiifl i iorv t.i all classes "f people.
OR A. I), BAKRKTI', DENTIST,
Office or er Us und ISO Mnta sir.'.-i. opposite t iny
lost landing, Norfolk, Ya. Offlcw hour* from 8
a in to ti ni. Jels-tf
i AND 8 P. M. DAILY.
MILLIE TURNOUR T
IN NEW BPE< [ALT!ES.
Sixty Feet in Mid-Air.
SPECIAL SUOVY EKPHESS TRAINS LEAN S
Castoria is Dr. Samuel Pitclicr'8 prescription for Infants
ami Children, It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor
other Narcotic substance. TL is n harmless siibstitulo
lor I'nreg-oriCf Drops, Soothing; Syrups, and Castor Oil,
It is Pleasant. Its g-tinrniitec is thirty years' use by
Millions of mothers. Castoria, is tho Children's Panacea
?tho mother's Friend,
??Cn-storin isp.> well adapted to children that j Castoria cures Colic, Const
1 r..inineti?! Itnaaupt'rior tounv | i. scri|>tion S'.iijr ytuinm li, l>i.irrhu-a, I:
known to me." It. A. Altem a, M. D., Kilts Wot
Hi Sa Oxford St., Drooklyn, K. Y. gestio?,
_ j Without injurious i
"Thoutoof 'Castoria' 1? so unhrorsal und
I: ?? uierUaao well known that ii seems n work
of sunerorugatton to endorse it. Few ate the
intelligent families who do uot keep Castoria
Within easy reach."
CiIUXf3 31AKTV.N, 1). I>.,
Row York City.
in^t ipnt ton,
gin ; sleep, auti promotes ?t
"For several years 1 havo recommended
'Castoria,1 nnd shall always coutinuo to do
bo, as it bail Invariably produced boucilciul
F.nwiN F. J\\rsni:n, M. P.,
125th Street mid ?tb Avo., Nov.- Yortt City.
Tits Ckntaub Coupany, 77 Murray Stbbct, Now Yorb Citv.
Hin II KST AWARDS AT
Ptiro Beer brewed t->-ilar.
l:?til.-.i esnreidf u>r f-.euliet.
Pabst Milwaukee Beer.
'IK. 507, 7U. BEITZ'S RLE P Pill ? HOWE
J. El. FULF"CRD, Solo Agent.
t? .-K i i?' Delivery for Prirati l sinillej
Hills will be received by the Norfolk mid Carolina
Ilnllniiid foinniiuy, at' Iis office in Norfolk, Vs.,
until tceTIUKD DAY OF AUOU-'T, IS!".-,, for Ibe
con?tr.tcti"u of Docks, pier.t und Warehouses si its
Terminal at I'iuucr'l I'oiut, Nurfulk Harbor, as
Tbo dredging or two ('.') docks, ubuitt '.'M.noo
cubic yards, 'two (21 Plere, one Seventy-six i7<;/
feet by four hundred (4U0i feet, und ou? eighty
elnbti88) feet by four bundled (400) leet. Two 12)
rVareeottsei one sixty (001 reel by tour hundred
(tuui lo i, and ens seventy two (72) feet by four
Iiuii I red (400) fuel.
The Comimny will ftunlsb all material, and rw
lerrej Ibe ri,;ht to rcjv. t nur and nil bids.
Plana and spicilicatioia ?-.tu Ik- examined at
Company's offices, in CM} ?>f Norfolk, Va.
U*. M. SKRPKUj,
i icueral Manager
Jy2t-10t Norfolk nnd Carolina Itallruud.
Proposals for the Erection of
.an Addition to the Norfolk
City High School,
Situated in Bramuloton Ward, will ho re
calved l?v tlio buHiling t'oininit eo of tho
Norfolk City Schools, until 12 in. August l?t.
is.?.".. Pinna aud at ocifli atinnn can bo had of
JOHN fi. WillTKHKAD, Chairman, nt his
oftloe, No. s I nnk street, to whom nil pro?
posals must bo n.litreKRcd. The eoinuiittuo
reserves the right to reject any or all bids.
A PERMANENT CURE
oftlicmosi oV>5tiunto t-sB.'s guaranteed iu from 3
106 days; no other treatiuenl rcoulred. and with
cut thenauteetlua resultvuf do>iiv with Cubebs
Copaiba or Saudul Wood. J. KUItltlj A CO., (suo
eestoietu Bfoul. l'bai laacUn, Paris. At all drng.
SAM W. SMALL,
attorn ev /\t L. AK w,
No. B Hu t. BmcEr,
NORFOLK, - YIItQINIA.
Mr. Small will praoti.-o in the Courts ol
the Statu and ol tbu L uit? I iStatos.
24 OLD MARKET SQUARE,
fs on Hand a Large Line of Bedroom Suits, Parlor Suits, Bed
Springs, Mattresses, Rockers, Tables, Sideboards, Book Cases.
bo Said at Remarkable Low Prices.
And. E3aVoy Carriages,
Which we wiH offer for THE NEXT TEN DAYS AT PRIME COST. It will pay
you to v .til ;it once to make your selection, as we c;tn save you money.
We are si ill running
Also, a SOLID OAK TABLE. FOR 58c. Just received, a huge lot of Woven
Wire Cots at low prices.
MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO T
1 H? JLVGI10
24 MARKET SQUARE.
The July and August Sun
Now blazing with its n.inal midsummer intensity, does not
shine upon greater bargains than those wo offer. Those
surprising chances ore not made up from fugitive dribs of
t Ii ist, that ninl Um other; not from autiqunted shop-worn goois ? tho low prices are made on our regular stock, aud tho
bargains are honest, genuine and rare.
Ill ill WS. Maiits' Ca^s
You'll bu in tuok'fl way if you get
lu*ro sarlyenough for them. 6U Ladies'
bilk ltih'hed Vests. But look at the
price, Tlmy tiro tlii> season's goods
and wore 75 cents each ? down this week
Both plensuro nud profit in buying
at these prices. Little pleasure ami no
profit in nulling nt tliotn.
1.7c sprays of Flowers, lo a spray,
15c liemnnnts 8ilk Ribbon reduc?
ed to 1c a remuaut,
85c Remnants of Bilk ltibbon reduced
to '.'C a remnant.
100 Pairs of Ladies' and Misse.? I'tire
Silk Mitts ?(ans, blues, cardinals and
black ?regular price 25o a pair, reduc
ed this week to 10c a pair.
If these- prices don't interest you it's
cerlKin you cannot be interested,
ll'c Infants' Caps reduced to ;>o,
25e Infant** Oaps reduced to 19c.
50c Infant')' Caps reduced so 39o.
75o Infants' Cups reduced to 59c,
SI Infants' (.'up;, reduced to 79c.
100 yards lUnr-k Spool Silk reduced
this week to "Jo n spool.
Mourning Pine in boxes reduced this
week to Icn box.
Liaen < orset Laces rcduood this
week to 1 _c each.
t'.rsss Pics t.'ilt cdt;e papers, ItOO pins
in a paper, reduced this week to So a
Large bottle beat Ammonia rodnced
this wook to 5a a hotttu.
'lacks, si/efi-';, 8, 10, 12, reduced this
week to 8o a dozen puocrs.
100 Ladies' and Misses China Rilk
Ties, hemstitched ends, reduced this
week to 12)0,
100 Boys'Pan Hwoaters, reduced this
week to 25o each.
100 Mens' Tan Sweaters reduced this
we ok to '2.7c.
100 Men's Navy Blue Sweaters ro
duced this week to 2Ce.
100 M?ns' Black Sweaters reduced
this week to 25o.
100 Mens' White Sweators reduced
this weok to 19c.
100 Boys' Whito Sweaters rodnce.1
this weok to 19c.
Street, Norfolk, Va
AUCTION Mi is-nn rti: I?AV
Pursuaut to n decree of tlio Circuit Court of
a>r)ne?M .Ann* county, rtnderod in vacation 01?
the *21UU dar of June, 1893, iu Iba ? haucorv suit at
William* et al. v. Sprait et al? infants, I aball e?l(
by public uuctlon at Princess. Anne Courthouse am
MONDAY, TUG 6th OAT OF AUGUST, 1S9X
AT 12 If.,
tbo real cslnte of ?hieb Gideon Williami die?
tented und possessed, |o-wii:
I. ALI. THAT TRACT uF LAND KNOWN At
THE "HOME FA KM," bounded on the nonh b>
the land ol Waller Capps.bn the east by ibe Bay'
on Hi ^oulli by tb* lund or James, Dawlsy, antS
others, aiul on the west by the land of Johu Q
Di/.ierao'l wile, tootalsdng 325 stores?1!2'. acre?
hmb land and 100 acres niaiidi land, nioro or lc??.
ALL THAT TRACT OF LAND bounded o?
the noitb by the land of Wllllnui .lame-, ?ast by
the "Home Farm,-' a. utli br th* land .it Wllllaik
James, and wcsi by the lan'l of Corprev l.aud aa&
Moses l.vnd. containing tl acres, more or less.
:;. A TRA( T Of LAND containing 1 ame. 2 rod*
nud !HI miles.
A TRACT of l rod aud 6 pole?.
A THAI Toll acre,-, known as "SbippS
no*,' and sltuat* in Hack liar. boins the saua
?rained to Oldeon William* by thu i oaunonweattk
r V iivlnta by |rant* <? date February lute, lbT?.
TractNe. 11*situated on ibe waters of Ba.l*
ay. Thcinareh lai.d. 100 acre*, i* vatusble fos
noklnc and (booting privilege* aud abounds in>
nine. Tiaeta No?. :t I and 3 ate valuable duck?
IB and shouting points.
TKRMH?Cash Milttcleul to pur corns ot suit ami
expense* of aale, tbe residua on a credit of Mx uuj
tvi.lvu month*, in equal Instslinonts, the purchase*
looxrcule bonds with appiored tecnrlty for th*.
deferred pvymenl*, i eariii? Interest Irum da? oE
sie. (with h ave in antleipnto tbe pnj nieiit?) And
the title to be retained until Ibe nil lh-r order ot
tbe i unit. J. M. REELING,
July 1895. Special Commissioner.
I booby certify that the bond requital of ih?
Special Co tum is* loner by the ubovo mentioned ao
cree Ii?- been ozecutcd.
i-f-iiN _ A. E. KELLAM.C. C
By Byrd, Baldwin A Co., r.cul Ettale Auctioneers.
Room* 22and 2d lladdingtun Buiidiuj.
RUSTEE'SSALE OK VALUABLE IMPROVED
CM APEL STREET PROPERTY.
By virtue of a deed ot trust, dated tbe 17th day
of July, ISM; aud recorded iu deed book No. ttv,
page ICti, iu th'office o( tbe Clerk of ihr Corpora*
itou Court ol the citj of Norfolk, Wherein tho lot.
rlu^ de* rii.id prO|Kriy wa? duly conveyed to us.
In Oust, to secure to the bolder thereof tbe pay* 1
men! ol a ti rtain iiiuotiabht promiisery hole; i.uA
ret- dt i.i I ha* beeil iua c in tnu payments uf
nun. mibe request of the holder thereof, ww
ber?bj Ivt uotiea I hat on the 2m. HAY Ol' AU
CiL'S 1 ,1<U', nt ill- lmnr ol 12 in., at ilia Nortolka
Real ratntc Kxchsnge, US Main itiMt, we ibail
?-l'. tt tiublh auctlun the toll.nr.eg property. 10?
wit: THA I CERTAIN PIECE OR PARCaLO**
LAND, situated at the n-iii I h west corner or WioJl
,ii .1 i liapel si reels, and mot * particularly described)
as lollowj iCoinmonciiia at th? .orner of Wool
aud Chapel s'iu :i. mid running thence west
war ily along Wo ul street Iwenty-eighl 12?) feel t?
what wa ori* llar.iy's 'ma thence - utuvar iiy>
slougwhal was or is Hardy'* lino to the lloe of th*>
lot, now 01 1.1 in it balonglog to Wm. ii. Turner,
thence eastwardly along saidTol, now. or foiuserly
bcotiging to ibe laid Turner t j Chapel ttretti
thence noith ?lonu ' hn|>el *ireut slxly.fonr i.Oiy
iVei to Wood strict, the place of beginning."
ss rerw* may be bad ??! the no.let s.
I Iii S, W. SHELTOM,
11. A. MARaDKN.
BYP.D, BALDWIN A CO.,
Trustee's Sale of Valuable
Lambert's Point Lot3 at
by ?trturoof a deed or trust dated June ?dt,
1893, and duly ol record to me aa trustee, from 12.
C. McCullocb ur.l S. A. McCullocb, bis nifc.l
bcicby rive notice that on
Monday, August 19th, ta m.,
ul Norfolk Real LMata Exchange, tb* following
property will besohl at auction:
ALI. THOSI KOI 1: ' I RTAIN LOTS, sliuatrl
In the Norfolk Terminal 1.pauy, at Lambert'*
Point, adjoining Ibe Neriolk and Western railroad,
detained at Ion No 1,2, 23 aud 241a block ' M "
on Second street, between Mlnturn and lir. cl*
bittet?. Size 1 lots, '? ?vl.it lert each. Tole
prtqe ty it In. ..led near Ibe extension ot the Nor.
t 1.1 ity I I? :u Road, ind "ill enhance In value
rum preteui prospects ?rry miioh.
TEKMS-Ona-hall'cash, balance six ani iwel?e
1 ontbs, set.d by noes heart nai S perceatln?
tercel and Aecd of trust ou sale
UK AI. tSIAt'E AI.KTM.
FINE LOTS FOR SflLB
PRICE FROM ?100 TO iT.'iO BACH.
Terms -O111 -third eaa)r,, balauca in 1 ao.l I
ytara with 0 per t out. LYitoresi.
H. L. PAGE & CO.,
Sole agents. No. 10 Oatik street,
Tille perfect, NoriolU, V*?
H. C. HOCGARD & CO.,
Real Estate and Rental Agents,
12C MAIN BI'REET.
FOR RENT?IIS aullll Paxtor nvenue.
416 anil 117 Corprow, 228 Maliby. 15 Ailing*
ton Piece, 107 Holt B21 Tnustall, lo.i Hign
laud, -2:V Giblif, KI4 Park, US. H7. 119, l'2>
Uermuila, 16B lirauby, Uotohot l?t. llt;i
Unto. 149 Falkland. IVii CLapel lb and 11a
Mum street, ftl'J itl eaoh: inco utnra corner
ol Liberty and Kigi th streot?. ?orkley, IS.'.
184. 1 1 aud 160 Wist er stree*.
l-'OR SALE ? Two houses on Malto*'
arm 0. ons Willotigliby, t?o on Clav two
on Lovilt, two Tun*tall, throe on Hignlaud,
one on Kolly. rue Oil Corprow. two uioSt
bonaea on Muiiner etroot. ono on Cloy. t?o>
on Falkland, ono on liermiula lota on Itoosh.
I ri 1 niaaou, ?lorpren. Maraball, or fact fronl
,.n Main street, aiao suburliau property anJ
fariii.1*. 'Phono 749.
REAAL ESTATE AGEKTS. 09 ?11!? STREET!
Cott?KO at Virginia Heacli.
More ID Union itreet.
How of now ho.i-os P. A. avenue vf
Nu :, I o I P In Uf*.
i Rices ou ground tloor. 90 Main streut,
fitic i 10 suit ui plieiiuta
Si-.-.nid it11 i ttiiul llo.irx. 114 Water, Huita
bin lot ml loll oi eigai factory.
22 and i 4 I encliureli.
Hon e lii.1 t Lurch Btrroet, suitable for
L iRnliiit: house.
iRROI II WORKS,
GE?. W. DUVAL Si CO..
> o. IG Water htromt. Norfolk, Va
BNOINICS, liOILEUd. SAWMILL aud al
kiuds of machinery of tho um iin|irovu4
patternsi Alao ropairllig at tlio abortesl
nun. i Particnlnr atlonllou to ateaiuboal
work DUVAL'a PATENT HOILBR TUBBil
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tor leaky boiler tnbee. I hoy oan bu itianrteil
iu a few minutes bv any cugiuoor, and ato
wattaAV>g to stop lOaUsj