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pTho Religious Prosperity of the
gOver Twenty Million Church Mem
I bers. City Peor.l ? More Religious
than Country People. Most
Church Members In Pro?
portion'in New Mexico.
A largo qnarto volume, containing !
' tlio statistics of chnrehos iu tho United
i States, has just been added to the pub
iished reports of tho census of 1H90. It j
gives tlio returns of 14't distiuct do
nominations and 1515 independent or- j
gnnizations, with a total of 20,012,800 j
?onmiunicants, or mombors. Only ouo
religious body is omitted in tho enumera?
tion. No list of the number of worship- (
era nt tho Chinese temples was obtain?
able, for none is kept, the assumption be?
ing that every Chiuamnn who has not
uctually depart od from his uneestr.il re?
ligion is included among them.
Great as are the number and variety
of denominations, all except about 8 per
cent of the total of members belonged
in 1890 to 20 denominations only. In
five of tho denominational families
alone wcro over lT.ooo.OOO commuui
I cants ont of the whole number of 30,
000,000 and over. They are thus enu?
Catholic.871 Presbyterian. 1,278,881
It appears, thereforo, that of tho total
church membership about seven tenths
?wore Catholics, Methodists and Baptists
combined and about three-tenths Cath?
olics alone. About four-eevenths of tho
Protostant membership wore Methodists
and Baptists alone, or, in round fig
uros, 8,000,000 out of 14,000,000. Iu
the number of their organizations, or
churches and congregations, both tho
Methodist? and Baptists far exceeded
tho Roman Catholics, tho explanation
boing that tho Catholic parishes are
much greater on tho overage, some of
them containing as many as 11,000
About one-half of the Roman Catho?
lics were iu the 194 cities of n imputa?
tion of 25,000 and upward, where tho
proportionate representation of tho two
others is comparatively small. Even the
Episcopalians, of whom there wore only
640,000 in tho whole Union, exceeded
tho Baptists in their urban membership
cud came not far short of the Metho?
dists^ nearly one half of their communi?
cants also boing iu the cities. More than
three-quarters of th" Jews and of tho
German Evangelical Protestants wore in
tho cities, and nearly ouo-hulf of the
Proportionately to tho population the
number of religions communicauts \ .ts ]
greater in the cities than in tho country.
In the 124 cities containing an aggre?
gate population of 13,989,568 there wore
6,802,018 communicants, or 1 in every
2.04 inhabitants; in tho country there
was only 1 to 8.04. The greatest num?
ber was in New York, 650,054. This
city takes tho lead also in the vttlno of
its church property, nearly (55,000,000,
but Philadelphia has the first place iu
tho number of church edifices, 004, or
180 more than New York. Philadelphia
thoreforo rather than Brooklyn is en?
titled to bo called tho City of Churches.
It has 1 chnroh edifice for every 1,577
population to Brooklyn's 1 to 2,105.
Chicago comes third. 1 to 2,300, and
New York fourth, 1 to 2,811b. Propor?
tionately to tho population the number
of communicants was somewhat more
in the smaller cities than the greater.
New York, Chicago, Philadelphia and
Brooklyn have nearly one-third of the
population of the 124 cities, but consid?
erably less than a third of tho communi?
In tho Union, New Mexico, which is
strongly Roman Catholic, had the great?
est number of communicants proportion?
ately to the population, or OS. SO per cent.
Next camo Utah, the seat of Mormon
ism, with 61.02 per cent; then Arizona,
largely Catholic, with 45.24 percent.
Among tho states South Carolina, a
Baptist stronghold, hud most communi?
cants proportionately, or 44.17 percent.
Rhode Island came next, with 42 si,
and then followed North Carolina, an?
other Baptist stronghold, 42.86; Massa?
chusetts, 42.11, and Connecticut, 41.45.
Tho percentage for the other states and
territories ranged from 82.84 for Penn?
sylvania down to 7.1*3 for Oklahoma.
In Now York it was 3G. 21.
The returns of the Protestant de?
nominations show tho very remarkable
increase since 1880 of 8,895,128, or
42.06 per cent, though meantime the
incroase in population was only 24.80
percent. Comparative statistics as to
the Roman Catholics were not obtain?
able, but presumably their rato of in
CTOaso must havo exceeded greatly that
?f tho goneral population.
From tho great mass of tho statistics
of tho roport many figures can bo select?
ed for interesting discussion hereafter.
?New York San.
A Valuable Utter.
A snow white otter has boon seen sev?
eral times lately in the vicinity of Otter
rock, off tho coast of Oregon, and a large
I number of fishermen and hnnters are
keenly on tho watch for a chanco to cap
g two it. Snch an otter is extremely raro,
j and its skin would probably bo worth
pretty close to $1,000. .Several sealing
schooners havo lately taken to tho busi?
ness of catching otters iu this region,
finding it much more profitable than
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suhddi*k And coij.EOE?, | ?ciiooi.h and i oi i.t-i: i *.
Southwest Virginia institute foh vo?ng ladies, Bristol, va,hnv "tue
ii hiebest aud broadest culture." Twenty officers anil leichors i irmi separate reboots, location
super... ( limaic and bnaltti tecord unanrpnr-r i l-'iregood. Fniir>story brich ?nd ? ose building
ICR rooms, Kti'sni Heat. Klo trie Light.'Hot an I ? nl.l Raths, The next tcsslou will begin Siptemlier
lltb, 18*5. For llhistraied Catalogue addiess SAMUEL dt jones PrcGdoal |)6.D20(-WI0I
SClKiOI.S A>?? CJOI.I.SM?KI?.
A s hool for boys possessing coitalu dis
tiuctiTo advantages wbloh uiav bo suuiinod
up ua follows :
1. Its bread i urrb ulu
"A U? s|>lrli of er
S. Itv ? b.desooi diieipllae
4 Iliecontinuity el it* course through
bulb eletoeniai r and ?ei or.djiy g.odi?*.
.-, Its thoiotigbucss
i i ha lal stan Iii g ? f it- patrons.
It- 2-aere playground,
s. l.o *' leulitttenl
9. Its llipdcl sis i barge-,
It woubl bo easy to It.ontlon other ad.an
tsgn ?bich it might o'oll po iso?s. but duos
not: v?t that it combines au o then any
? tiur bois sibool in ibis sOetion is well re?
cognised. Its Uve ii nie teachers uretoaob
cts by ctiolca and pt ofnss nu. it- graduates
havo I ci'ii ail in 1110 t t'. I "biii liopk ma Univ.,
Univ. of U , 'Prey Polytechnic, l.cbigb
Unit . sto ins. West Point an 1 similar lu?
st t-.l uns.
Next sis-ion begins September '25. C'ntii
lounis realv Angus! 12.
ROBT. W. TUNSTALL, B. A.,
aul-th,tu t'l-.'.ui Principal.
Norfolk Business College
Students admitted at any tline. Individual In?
struction. Riccanl rooms overlooking the bartan
Poth sexes, s'ludeiiis asslste I In Ondl gpes'iloo!
Iiiitit e s an.I Shorthand Courser. I crmtmodcio r
1 nr lull infoimiiii.u i 'di >?s
1 \v. pat ion. Prineli n .
EPISCOPAL HIGH SCHOOL,
Near Alexandria, V;t.
I . M, III ACKI Oltti, M. A. Principal
I III. I ll TV-SEVI S 1 11 VKAW
?K THIS WT I I.-KN'ivv N si IHM?, PON ltii\
i pen? September tfsih, isax.
Ii u trateil < aialoi u ! si m on . pplicattou.
Bellevise High School.
Ill III Uli II ?Iii MY, \ t.
A thoroughly equipped icHenl,complete m Iii
rj. oliitmeuta, of lilgli gialefoi Hoyi nt l
Mm. im eatilogusor In format im. spfili le
W. it. Al Ktn I'rln h,n .
tl"-w i>u-:r.t Pe levis? i .o.
prenaratori school el ilm hi?rlii??t repti
..... He.ilib ri-.-t.r.l |.?rf.-. i i irges low Stohastiu
tddresa John lUri. M A. U. : \ .... Uowllus Ureeu.V ,.
ROTETOUItT SI'UINtJ.N, Vlltllviv.
for 17.> Voona l.adj llenrdrra. I ?
ind most ?xleosivelg eiiulpuod In Virginia. Rclselii
ioursta In \iiileiu ;iud lindern I .n lla mini -,.
? u. i ii i iii . Scleiir.rti, llusii-. \i i and El?,
rilllttn. 3eorti,-, r< ivnd t..?,li.r. S : . . ? \ .
of Vs., neat Roenoke. ll?uinn Iu steenerv. ...
t-ri above *.?> level. Mm. r.v, Water- .1 ,.?.. ..,
oi'vu. Sent mil. hi;, l. r ,i:?r. (JXtAlnrnesddr.
CHAM. l.. ( (M M:. Supi., ifallitia, \ a.
\MIlttlNIA AGRICULTURAL and IIB
UHANICAL COLLEGE, Ulncki >? 11.:
Vn. A Soutborti Institute of leebolo )
Tweiity?fonr iustriiators. thoronehi.t
i* nippe l shops, Laboiaiortos ami luhriii
nry, t-iirui ol :taa acres, ~t. am i o/.ting and
I lectr o I lullt- in Dorm it -ries. i ogre
I (,'onrsos in Agriculture, Horticulture Civil,
Mechanical mi l Kle trlcal ICnglneerlug,
tpplied Olieiuistrv and (letieral Science
Elnurier com sal iu Practical Agriculture
' a ml Practical Mechanics. Iota I coat for
se-sion nt iniii- months, including tutio
and other fees, clotliiug. bonr.l, wn hing
texl bonks, n o licol attend mco. < tc . iinoui
tl?S; cost to State students ti.':v Nextses
sion begins SeptombO: -ist. 1$|)5 I or
? iiiaioguc apply to J. M. M Hilf I K, Pb 1).
I.I, 1>.. President. Jn7 sti.we.fr,tm
NEAR CllARl.OTTKSVII.I.E, \ a.
I or Km* tttxi ' limtg U. u. Senil foi
Catalogue. JOHN It -Ail r.-oN. A M..
Jyt6-e>d tit Piluclpal.
ROCK "HILL COLLEGE,1
?Conducted by the?
BROTHERS OF THE CHRISTIAN
situated upon the stops of oue of the pic?
turesque hi : ? overlooking KI.I.iooi'T
011Y, how Alt'' I O.. MI?. i. nt :' , i I
sioal, t oinmer iul < oorses an i a i rip iratori
< on ho f..r small boy.-. Btitdouti nr.! re
.lived s boariler? or day ichola ? lor
particulars addresi lii;0. MAUlt.OK. Presi<
dent Jvai-j ii
13S QRANBY ST.,
OPENS TUESDAY. ^OCTOBER ISI, I895.
The fonr departments, Rantor, Junior.
Primary and Kindergarteu will be mi i?-i
the cburgnof tborougnly qualtrled ami uuia
bly iuccetsful t acbers. Hpecial attention
given to ban'-ttages inl Alusi . The Km
ii rghrten offers except onal Hilviliitagea for
tbe scientifictra'uiiiK ? I litte . hilnren
few boarders will lie ixooinmo ate.I. fiiron
lars ut oookeloreH. J or further .nor mil?
.MISS AGNES DOUGLAS WKST,
Actiog 1 rio ipal,
188 Granby gtreet. Norfolk, Ya.
Porsnoal inlarvlo'iVB nt tns lionse of tor
BOHIIOliS) AM? ? Ol.1.1 Utti,
The Seh? I Ii?? been reorganised and pnl fully
ahn ast of tlie ilinet In ?II approved nirlhods.
All Manches will he lailghl by competent In
?Iruttors 11 <? l'rim Ipal ? f tlie .Intermediate nnd
. i Um Pi mat i I e| artoienta ' Olli ? ome lo u < * Ith
? Spelten ?? In nachtue- children, und lre?b fron
tu* heit ?rbiiols ol methodi i i tU r departments.
Pareitts may test SsStired thsl Her children will
ie.lv- her? advantages nol Im rior to too.e ihel
might be oliLiln .1 In sny ? ny lu lliccojuiry.
Catalogues may be obtained from
Capt. A. P. Pifer, Principal,
jt IC emL'm Al the ( ofleje.
BETHEL |M ':r
VIRGINIA. ' Leiliel IceVmi P
For YoLing Ladies and Little Girls
Thoroughness ami high itnn lard of
?ebolnraliip, intelligent < uro ol hu Ith, api
oini ndvauta es in linsle, Art. I aiigiiagoe
und Elocution are il stiltctivoi hat actet istioa
oi this Schoo .
Twenty-sixth scholaHio year eointnencet
September nth, |eU5. -??ii for catalogue,
Iu2-6w Mux 38tl. Buflolk, Va.
Courses for Degrees, with Elootives, AIhu
Commercial in > i repnrntory Courses Lib?
rary of n.Duo volumes. Working Labora?
tory, flood morals nnd diaoi hn ? s x
churches?No II rroonis. Heatitiful heath
in) mountain location. Expense very n o i
orate, in.iv he rod icod lo tlsYt tor sew .ton o
ui o months, hier easing patronage from
tun ii . Ktntoa au I several foreign eountrloa
til year begins Font. iHth. Catalogue,
with views, itoo. Address,
?I ULI US 1). DUr.HEU.
hl3-w.su,fr lm.wJt l'n Si lent.
For YOUNG LADIES. Ronnoko,Va.
Opens Sept. U. IRS... Oticiif the leading Hi-liuols
rur Voting l.ailloa In iliu smith. Magninccnt
buildings, all inudern Improvements Campus
ten ,kti'n lirniiil mountain scenery in Valley of
Vn? famed Ihr health Kuropcau ami American
lenehers. Full eon rue. super.or advantages iu
Art and Mush*. Students iron twenty states.
For catalogue-, address Hie President,
YY. a. HARRIS, i). i>.. Roanoko, Virginia.
Il ICtlMONIl FEMALE SEM IN Alt V
It No..", K >tiiti\ii Sr., ItlcuuoMD, V .
lolls II I ..Will., Prlri ipal.
Mil-. T. <:. PK I rON; Ais.Prln ilpal.
Th* iwenty-ihird sea Ion ol (hit Hoarding and
ii.iv S I. will hei.ni Brpleiulioi 25lh, ISM, anil
close June Itili, IMG.
C > ir-eoi liWnuetlon fro n Pihnary in Colleg'al
hepar no it full aud through. I'he Leit advanisg ?
n .Mush . A i nil.I l.anguacci
LI. linen d idlers many advantages for Improve
iiienl in l.e lUrcs, Conceit*.etc:
I oi d lulls, pply forv?tohi?ue to the Princlpa'.
Virginia Military .institute.
?"Hi Year, State Mlllla'y; Scicntiflrand Tecbnh
ctl School, Thn oligh Cu iisu! Iu general and ap
i lied Chemlslry, and iu Engineering 1 egr>ei
?interred iu course Urnd V. M. I, and llanbeloi
- i. nee; in p.i-l lir-.l. Cannes, Mas .r 8del.ee
rival Engineer. All oxi oasts, liiehtdlnj clothing
n Incidentals, prnllcd at lav id * ? rei
month, as an aveia;e fir Hie loin tear , etclutlve
ol cut III.
flEN Si TTSHIPP.Superintendent.
!675 Suffolk |jli!ill(Gry Hcanemy 1895.
Prepares Lou and yomn; man for bit J.
iieo, oi rung . or university Eij ipi oil
? ah modern e uoat'onal appliances i'.i let
Irom eight State* Lint session. Send tor
linntlsome iliiiairnted catalogue.
JOSEPH KINO, A. M., I ilnefpal
jnlS-sa.tu tli. 1 tu Suffolk, Va.
Mr. sr. Josephs colli?oe.
Cotirso of sitiilies: t'lnihical. Seien
title au I Comnierc.nl. Terms Hoarders
pi r session ol live months, $113. Htiitltos
will he resume i o.i monday, I eptetaber 2,
duo. joseph, I irector
i arrotl Station, Baltimore Md.
Send for catalogue )yl2-2m
Danville IVlllitsiry Institute-,
VIHOINIA. f>AN\ IL' I
Engl*'?, I Si oil ,S dent can.i u Ines S.~'oo\
AI o p ejiai - Oi ui .v r. le-i an ' tin. e i.ui.ut
schools, Foi Illustrated catalog e. addre a
y23 lu we.fri.lm I, II. -At NI-KI:.-. Sup't.
WASH I NQTON a KliLKRUNlVERSITY,
Opens Sept. Pi Forcntnloguo address
Jull.N ItANDOLPH TUCKER,Dean,
c h ar lottesvi lle, va.
Letters, Science, Engineering. Law, Medicine.
9eaalon Lain. 15lh September.
Tuition in Acailomical Schools free to Vir?
ginians. Fur catalogues address
VYM. M. 1H0RNI0N. LL.O.. Chslrman.
NEWPORT MEMyS miLlTBRY flCflDEIHY.
A Schoo', of high Rrado for Loys au.l young
ii.en Prepares tor auv L'oliege or liu
w thity in active Ufa. All the modern coa
iilonce* of tho day. Address E.W. HUFF?
MAN, ! rincipil. Ndivport News, Va Ouens
Si ptt nl ei i!, 1895. ju30.2m
THPiUQONflQ ": ,,uyj snd yonng men from
1 r.UUOrlllUd Mi?rsis,8wlilli i asi and Ural
?eV'at D8YI8 D1ILUBBV SCHOOL.
!^at^^^DAf? MIi.IT AflY^jaOO&,
Black, tan, cream, light blue, white and pink
Stockings?Ladies' sixes duly; these lace or open
work ankle and instep and very line quality are
here, 25c a pair. That they are Stockings that
sell everywhere for 50c no one who sees them will
doubt. The reason we s< ll them for half that is
that they are Summer Stockings; the importer
having "45 do/en only, closed them to us at
just half the price ol a month ago.
Mosquito liars, 9 yards around, 90 inches
wide, made on pate nt hand wood canopy and ready
to hang, $1.-15. Carefully note that these are the
si/e and Quality sold in the city at 51.5a
One case half bleached Turkish Bath Towels,
size 16x34 inches and uood. heavy quality, 5'c each.
Men's Shirts. Pure Linen, pleated bosom, open
front and back; good muslin. Shirts lit for the
finest trade, 50c each.
Men's Undershirts. There is a bargain going
here in these, 25c.
Ladies' Mitts, black, pure sill;, none larger than
required by a lady wearing kid, 10c, and a bar
WATT, RET TEW & CL?Y.
^TURKISH AND RUSSIAN
"if* Cor. Church and Bute Streets.
Open Daily, 8 A. M.-12 P. M. Sunday, 6 P. M.
Hours Reserved for Ladies, FRIDAY, 9 A. M.-4 P. M.
Q van telburg hofman, Manager. <I>
Bid's will In. received tiv Hie Norfolk ami rarollnn
Rttiliobd Couipauy, :it ii? ntHre In Norfolk, VS.,
Unlll i' I liIKK l?AY ill' AUaU?Tj inas, lor tlio
r obstruction of Docks, Tier, and Warehouses at in
Terminal si I'lnucr's Point, Noifolk Harbor, as
The dredging of I ?n (I) docks, aliout 235,000
cubic yards. Two i'.'l Pier?, one seventy-six (76)
feel by four hin.I red ,4'JOi feel, and one cigbty
eighliH.n feel liy t..,ir hundred (400) feel. Two |.')
Warehouses one sixty (floi feel by four lmudred
U')"( le t, and one icvenlv two (?21 feel by lour
hu ml red IIU0' feet.
Tbe Company will iuinl-h all material, und re?
scue- the liclu lo rejeet niif uud all bid-.
I'li:.- ami ipicilicatlol s run be examined al
Company's offlces, Iii luv of Norfolk. Ve
(i. M, SKRPKLL,
i ieucral Manager
jv'.'4-10t Norfolk and ('urolina liailroad.
Celebrated not only for its gicat medioi
nal pi upon es. Irtit for tt<s purity.
A Delicious Table Water.
Ilo ommotidod and or Icred by leading
pbyaiciaus fur Hrlght'i l>iso?Rp. Uiabute?,
Miine tu thu Ktiluoyn or li adder, Oravel,
limit. Illieuiuatistii. Urinary 1'He'.so i and
JOHN VERMILLiON, Agent,
UltANUX 8TII1.I T, NKAK MAIN BTREET,
A PERMANENT CURE
Clllu'inosl obstinate 'it h guaranteed in from 3
to ?3 day*; no oilier trcalmeul required, aud witli
mi tbe nauseating rosuiisoi dosing with Cubebs
lopniliuor sandal u oo l. J. pKUK? A CO., (s??
ttsrorsio Breul, Pharmttcien, Paris, Ai all drug?
SAM W. SMALL,
attorney at l- a w.
No. 8 Biix STttcttr,
NORFOLK, --- - VIRGINIA.
Mr. Small will praotice iu tho Courts of
tbo Statu and o! Hie United Stated.
24 OLD MARKET SQUARE.
Always cn Hand a Large Line of Bedroom Suits, Parlor Suits, Bed
Springs, Mattresses, Rockers, Tables, Sideboards, Book Cases,
? Which WIN be Sold at Remarkable Low Prices.
GlfllE OUT SHE OF Oi REFRIGERATOBS
Which we will offer for THE NEXT TEN DAYS AT PRIME COST, Ii will pay
you to call at once to n aUe your selection, as wc can save you money.
We arc -till i unning
KER AT 1141,
Also, a SOLID OAK TABLE l:OI\ 5Qc. Just received, a large lot of Woven
Wire Cots at. low prices.
MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO T
I He MLerii Jp mi
2^J- MARKET SQUARE!.
The July and August Sun
Now blaming with ils nsnal midsummer intensity, does not
K?ino upou greater bargains thou tboeo wa oiler. Tbeao
surprUing chances uru not made up from fugitive dribs of
tbi?, tlint mid (be otboi . not from antiquated shop worn goon's the low prices uro made on our regular stock, and the
bargains are honest, gi-nuiuo aud rare.
You'll be in luek's way if you pot
hero early enough for I hem, 50 l.udies'
Silk Ribbed Yosts, But look at Hie
pru'p, Tboy aro this seasou'ti good a
and woro 7,"> cents each down thit> week
at 25c each.
Both pleasure and \ roRt in buying
at theso prices. Little pleasure aud no
proiit in selling at tbem.
15a sprays of i'lowcr.-, la a spray.
15c Rornnants of Silk Ribbon redno
od to -lo a remnant.
25c Romnants of Silk Ribbon reduoed
to l*o a remnant.
100 Pairs of Ladies' nnd Misses Pare
Silk Mitts?tans, bloos, cardinals and
black?regular prieo 26o a pair, reduc
ed this week to 10c a pair.
if these prices don't iuloreRt you it's
certain you cannot bo interested,
b'c Infants' Caps reduced to 50,
?J"'c Infant.-,' Caps reduced to I9e,
50o Infant*' Caps reduced so ;5!>c.
7"ic Infants' Caps reduced to f>(.)o.
S'l Infants' (Japs reduced to T'.'o.
100 yards Black Spool Bilk reduced
this week to 2c a spool.
Mourning Tins in boxes reduced this
week to 1 a a bos,,
Linen Corset Laces reducod this
woek to 1: o each.
Brass Pins 'kit edge pipers, 'M0 pins
in a paper, reduced this week to .3c a
Large bottlo best Ammonia reduced
this woek to 5a a bottlo.
Tacks, sizes G, 8, 10, 12, reduced this
woek to So a dozen pauers.
100 Ladies' and Misses China Silk
Ties, hemstitched onds, reduced this
week to 12Jo,
100 Boys'Inn Sweaters, reducod this
week to 25o each.
100 Mens' Tan Swoators roduced this
week to 25c.
100 Men's Navy Bine Swoators re?
duced this weok to 25e.
100 Mens' Black Sweaters reduced
this week to 25c.
100 Mens' White Sweaters reduced
this weok to lDc.
100 Boys' White Sweaters reduced
this woek to lOo.
'S, 204 Main Street,
A (KM I UN SALE- I IHN DAT.
By Byid, Baldwin A Co., Real Estate Auctioneers,
Hoouia 22aud 21 HadJlugton Building.
TRUSTEE'S 8Al<K OF VALUABLE IMPROVED
Cll A PEL STREET Pill IPERT Y.
By virtue of * deed ol trust, dated the 17th dar
of July. 1SIM. and recorded in deed hook No. IIS,
page IOC,m th-oifue of the ?."Ork of iheCo'pira
lion toiirt of ihe cltjr of Noifolk, wherein the fofc
lowing de? ribed proptrtv aa< duly conveyed lo us.
Iii turnt, io oi-cnre io tbe In lder thereof tbo pay?
ment of a certain ine-o.lablc promissory note; an*
Whereas default baa been ma e In tie payments o<
aald note, at the re.picst ol the holder tb-reo', w?
I erchy -:lve no'ice ihaton lliegxo UATf OK Ali
t .1 S i , lei,. ?i ti?, hour of 12 in., at ibe Norfolk
Real i Mate Exchange, IIA .Main slieel, we abet
n-ll ?i r.ubllc auction the fnllowiug propcrtv. to?
wn: TtaAl CERTAIN PIECE Oil PARi'tLO?
LAND, situated ?t the soul hwest corner of Woo*
and Chapel streets, and inor ? particularly describe!
as iotlnwi '!Cumiueuctugat the eornu' of Wool
Bid t'hatel i'ious. and lunuliig ilienc- weat
warJly nkiug Wo a] a reel twenty-eight |?j feet is
what was or la iinr y'< line, thence ?r.uli.war ll?
nloiigwlial was or is ilnr ly's lino to the line of the
i ii now or formerly belonging io Win. It. Turner,
theme eastwardlj u ong -aiu lot, now, or foi luerly
heongiug io the sum Tinner ?? Chare! street*
thence north along Chapel an et sl.xiy.fonr i'i >
feel 11 Wood sir.'et, the place of beginning."
*e-Tenu- limy be had ? f the tru.lees,
Tims. w. SHELTON,
It, A. MARSUEN.
BY 111), BALDWIN A CO..
AIM I Mlf* >A 1,1 s?_g|i I lilt I. tlAV
By W. II H.Tri.e \ ' o Heal Kslate Aietlontora.
'.".i Bai c Ireet.
ALU ABLE DOWN TOWN PROPERTY FOR
SALE AT AUCTION.
By order of the owner, we will sell, at th; Nor
loik Kcal Estate Excxauge, No. IIS Main street, ??
TUESDAY, THE (ItII DAY OF AUGUST, l??V
AT 12 OT LOCK M ,
FOUR III I K HOUSES, Mos. !', II, 15 and l?
Loya I s lime, near Wn -t siioil. This pioperty
has Just le-u rut in tint-class oider iroru lop to
bottom, aud reullng for ?i- per mon'h Sa e fes?
tive, i ERMS -Oue-thlrd cr.su, iw^lvoaud elghteee
months. W. II. II. TRICE ft ? <?..
aul Ids 2? Bank s reel.
QOM MISSION Elf.-? -ALK
Pursuant to a decree of Ihe circuit Court or
Prlnorss A um- county, nndured in vacatluu or
the29tb day of June, I89J, m Ihe < bancery suit ?f
Williams et al vs. Sprat! at al., infants. I ?hall seit
hr public auctiou at Princess Anne Courthouse or?
MONDAY, TUE ?TII OAT OF AUGUST, 1IJJ?
AT 12 II.,
the rest estate of which Oldeea Williams died*
sui/cd and pussessed, to-wit
I, ALL rilATTRAC'l OF LAND KNOWN A?
THE "HOME l AHM," bounded on the nonh hr
the lauJ oi Walter i apps.cn the va.i by the Bay
Oh th ioiilh by ilio land of James, 1'iiwh-y, arns
others and on the west by the land ot .lohn ik
Djsleranl wie, rontaliilng 223 acres?123 acres
high 'r.'io and iui' acres lusrah laud, more or lea*.
:. ALI. IIIA r I'ltACI "I LAND houn led or?
in. north h) th> land ..f William Jams*, east tir
the' Holm r anu," ss.uth by the'and of William,
James, m d weal i y the inn I ol Corprew Land an*
Moses Land, containing 6 acres, More el less.
:: A I'HACT OF LASH . out lining I aeie.S rod*,
and NO i ules.
I. A THAI I "f I in:I and 0 pole?,
i A lit ALT ol l acre -.known as"Shlpi/e
Islanut.' aul -it ut In Rack Bay, belog the lau-ei
nrauted tu liidi. Williame hv the CorunioOwooitk.
of Virginia by grants u date February lot . 1*7??
1 r.o i Nu. I Is situa'ed oil the wattro ui Pa k,
Par, The iiiarsli land. im Herts, is valuable for
ducking and shooting privileges and aiouud* its
tsiot Tiacts Nos 3 i and i are valuable decks
lue and al.ting point..
TERMS i i?ti mttieie.it to pa' costs ot suit ituA
expenses of sale, the residue <ui a credit oi six ami
tu. |ve moiitlis, in eiiual lusti Imeuts, the purchaser
toevriutc bouilt wish approved security for th*
deferred plyincnts, i earlne iiiterest from davor"
?s'e, (with leavi to autlcipale the payments.) Ami
the Olle tu he retained until the further order of
the Court. J M KEELING,
July 3, lUtfj. special Commissioner.
I hereby certify that ihe bond rtquhelof ih>?
Special Commissioner by the above lueultonvl ui?
cree ha- i.n executed.
|y'.'C-tdi A E KELLAat.C. C.
Trustee's Sale of Valuable
Lambert's Point Lots at
By vlrlitreof a deed of trust dated June .'J,
1893, and duly ol record to me as trustee, from E,
C. MoCuiloch ami S. A. McCullocb, his Wife, I
hereby give notlco that ou
Monday, August icitli, la m.,
tit Norfolk Itot.l Estate Exchange, ths following
properl] will be sold at auction:
Al l. HI OSE FOIJH CERTAIN LOTS. sltusteJ
In Ibo Norfolk Terminal Company, .t (jtmbert'e
Point, adjoining the Norfolk and Weitet n i dlrosd,
deseillietl allots No 1,2, 23 and ?.'tin block 1 M
ou -? md street, bei ween Minium and Uruets
meet-, -i/e ,.l lots, BilxISO feil each Tola
m i|e ij .? lo'aio l near the extenalon ol ihe Nor?
ill. City Eleclrh Road, and will enhaoea in vain*
.r.presoul prospects >ery mm h,
TERMS One-half cash, lial.inco sl.v aul twclvo
months, leeured hy no ns liaaridg G pel cent ne?
tt >. it and deed ol trust on tale.
III II. tit A li: AUWt'Hi
FINE LOTS FOR SflLB
i RICE FHOM 510't TO -?7?0 EACH.
Terms One-third onili, balauoi iu 1 arjjj
years with ? per cent, iuterest.
H. L. PAGE & CO.,
Hole agents, No. IB Rank street,
'litle pcrlect, Norfulk, V*,^
H. C. HOGGARD& CO.,
Real listate and Rental Agents,
120 MAIN S i RERT.
FOR RENT?410 an i 411 Uaxtor nvenu.),
llfiiitil II" ? orprow, 223 y'ahhy. 15 A liufcj.
tOU Place, 107 Holt, 8a: Tnnstall, 40) lligll
land, at7 Gilibs, 404 Park, 116.117. 110, Uli
U.rnitKla, 16? tlranby, t/etolter let. HGk
Unto. HU I nlklnnd, IVll t Impel 111 and .11*
Main street, Ctlx. IO eaoli: nee ator3 eurties
of Liberty and Eis tu streets lier?ioy, i3i.
1X4 i 'I and IBS Water streo .
FOII SALE ? I wo ho hps on Ma'.tbf
avi ii o. hub Willonithby, two on (May two)
on Lorilt. two Tnnstall, ihren on Highland^
one on Koily. i no on Ccrprew. two nice
bouses on Mariner atreet. (mo on Clay, two,
on Falkland, ntn on Hi rmnda lots on PonilL
Freemason, t orprew,Mat*hall, ('?" fed front
on Mrtln street, a ho suburban proport.. audt
t..r .i..^. 'Phono 7!'.'.
RLAAL ESTATE AGENTS. 93 MAIN S1REETI
Cottage at Virginia lloach,
store 19 Union rdrcot.
How of now ho i-cu P. A. avenue at?
No Ei 1.0? aP's Inno.
Offices OU ground floor. 9ii Main street,
flttod to suit applicants
Second mid third Honrs. 114 Water, suit*,
bio for rail loft or cigar fuotory.
22 and ?.4 l euohurch.
liou-o 163 cburoU street, suitable ret