Newspaper Page Text
palne's Celery Compound a
No Well-Informed Persou Suf?
fers From It.
The Disease No Longer An
Greatest of all Remedies
Prescribed by Doctors.
A Long, Brilliant Record of
Noulalpln and rhl UtnatUm?two disor?
ders no longer Incurable.
Physicians to-day get rid of rheumatism
and neuralgia, as tiny do sleeplessness,
melancholy, hysteria and other results <?!
nervous exhaustion, by building up the
system and supporting it-* delicate nerve
parts by the use of Palne's celery com?
Palne's celery compound attacks the
disease by gctUng Ihe system back to Its
properly nourished condition It Stands
alorte in tin- hlstony ?d" medicine, it Is a
certain Speclllc for the cure, not only of
rrtoumetism. but also of all diseases dm
to Impoverished nervi ? and blood.
The close connection of wMI-fed norves
and.brain with health, la the solid rock
upon which Palrlo's celery compound
stands. The thousands of nu n and women
all over the country who have been cured
of rheumatism once for nil. by Palne's cel?
ery compound.ha vc made good all that the
rautlical fraternity first predicted lor It.
That-it restore:, health and strength to
the body made weary, listless and des
pondent from nervous debility, needs no
proof to-day in thousands or homes.
The list of those it lias freed from rheu?
matism is a Ions one. It contains a bos;
of well known men and women at lioin?
end abroad. Every city and town in the
L'nied Stales and Canada is represented.
Palne's celery compound was lira! pre?
pared by Prof. Edward B. Phclphs, M. D
LL.n . of Dartmouth College. Ever since
its first appearance it has been the one
recognised nerve und brain Invlgoratoi
nmtfnc medical men. Its constant USi
by physicians, where ah active nutriment
l.t urgently needed, speaks volumes foi
its cffli ncy in diseases of nervous origin
Strength, bouyant spirits and freedom
from pain comes with,Its use.
Pome one broke,In Mr. 13. P. West's
houst Thursday night and relieved him
of nil I.is provisions.
Rev. George YV. W'rny wns in town
yesterday ami called on a few of bis
old friends. He left in tin- afternoon
The marriage ?>f Mr. J. R. Williams to
Mis:- Mamie BaW?r is announced for
Sunday, the ceremony to be performed
at the residence of the bride, on Maple
There will bo a Democratic mass
meeting held at Market Hull Monday
nirrht, the 30th, for tin- purpose id' elect?
ing four delegates to the County Con?
Miss Mamie Poland, who has 1.n
visiting tue Misses Morris, on North
street, bur' returned to her home in
Mr. Lou Cox is visiting hN grand?
mother, who Is quite sick, at her home
near South Mill.-. N. ?.'.
MAKE GEOGRAPHY IN f LRESTING
Tnke Children on. Imaginary Trips
unit ?he study Will Ben Pleasure.
In teaching your littl" girl geography
try to make it something more than a
dry list of names to be learned by not.
Take her Imaginary voyages and Jour?
neys from on,- country to another. Tell
hfr something of the manners und euv
toms of tin- people and anything you
can learn yourself about lb'- lives of tin
children. U.-scribe in her how tin <v;?s I
boys herd their cattle under tin- shadow
of the Alps, und the Esquimaux are
made dating by IicITik thrown Into the
ley water In their st raupe fur garments.
Tell her of the stunted lives of the pit
hoys in the coal mines und of the
inun girls who learn t,> use their live
knitting needles nlmojl us soon us they
can hold them, i looks of travel w ill fur?
nish you with many Interesting Inci?
dents which you can turn to account
Geography will not be a wearisome
task to her. iiei- mother's wisdom ear.
niako the first steps attractive.?Octo?
ber Ladies' Home Journul.
One of the Wonders or I'bysirs.
An experienced mechanic who was
tsked what he regarded an tlm most
Wonderful thing for general utility, to
plied: ?riie tracking ol a cur wheel is
the most wonderful thing to me in tlie
whole range of science and invention.
Here are two roils, up hill ami down
hill, around the stint;, curves and along
false tangents, and upon them ni(.s ;it
more than a mile a minute, without jut
or Jostle, a dozen heavy oars drawn by
an engine weighing BlXty tons. I'as
uengers realize no danger, vet there is
only the little flange <jf a wheel between
them and eternity. An Inch and it half
of steel turned up on the inner side of
the wheels holds up the whole train uh
t-ecurely to the rails ?H if it were bolted
there in grooves."?Albany Express.
The Modern Bcnuty
Thrives on good food ami sunshinr.
with plenty of exercise in the open air
Her form glows with health and her
face blooms with beauty. If her sys?
tem needs the cleaning action of a lax?
ative remedy, she used the gontle and
Pleasant Mould laxative Syrup of. Figs
BAPTISTS IN SESSION
The Portsmouth Association's Convention
in Petersburg Was Very Important.
NORFOLK AND PORTSMOUTH MINISTERS.
Tin- Ntate Mission Kunrd Who Ap
portioned ?-.?..ioo -Dr. A. K. Owen
?tend Hlo Report on Ibe Nubject of
Kdurutluii l>r. J. .1. Hull DUcitNMC*
Petersburg, Vu., September 27.?(Sps
elal.)?The Porteinoutb Baptist As.-.,
elation convened in lie third .lay's ses
Blon yesterday at Bycamore Church,
Prince George county, and was opened
with religious services.
The committee >>n apportioning $2,500
among, the churches for the orphanage
was changed by substituting Rov. .1
M Pllcher. L>. D., for Rev. Ii. W. Bui
tie, D. l>. who was called home to at
tend a marriage.
The report "ii Home Missions, pre
pared by Rev. .1 F. Love, was read. It
was discussed by Rev. Dr Dlckerson
and Rev. Dr. .1 3. Hall
The reporl on temperance wan rend
by Rev. A. D, Dunawny and discussed
by a large number of speakers.
The reporl on u digest of church let?
ters was read by Mr. S. H. Allen and
discussed by Rev. Dr. Owen and Rev
Rev. Dr, Dtmowuy reported the j?i ? -
portlonmcnl for the eoltnge at the or?
phanage of $2,000, and followed with an
Impassioned uppeal. The reporl wtt
'I'll.- npportlonmeht <>f $2.600 for the
Slat.- Mission Board was read by Dr.
pllcher and adopted.
Tito subject of education ivns re
suiued and a supplementary report wn
rcud by Rev. Dr. Owen, to whom the
n port had been committed for r< vision
It was dlscti ^.-d by Professor Brewer,
.,i the Cliowau Female Institute, nl
M urfreesboro, N. C.
Professor Brewer made an excellent
address <>n tho history of Ihn school
a ad .-ii the subject of genet.-.! education.
Rov. Dr. Dtckson and Rev. Samuel
Sounders, of Murfreasboro, sitokc.
The digest of church letters shows
Hint the association comprises seventy
three churches, sixty-nine "f which
reported al this session. Five or the
churches are pastorless. In Iho sixty
nine i hurdles reporting Utero have been
addition:! by bapllsms 673, by letter 4SI,
by experience 110, by restoration 01
The losses In membership have been:
By letter 309, by exclusion 158, by era- j
sure ::l'. by death 129; no! gain In mem
?17; total membership I3.2S5. The sixty
nine churches reported aeventy-tw >
The tidal conlributlons to mission,
colportage, etc.. Is $7.510.08, an Incrensi
.r $1",030.31. The numbei >?( commitleei
was so i?ivhI and the duties Imposed
.ai ihe Moderator, Rev. ,L F Deans, si
numerous, thai he found it very con
venlent to put upon hie sort. Mu?!.-:
Parke Deans-, theidutles of his privat?
secretary. Tin- Association decided t<
inivi- a continuous session till the imsi
ness was finished.
Rev. Dr. Hull presented the reporl ni
Ihe Commit!.n Apportionment ??'
$1,500 among the churches, for ihe But
day School and Bible Board. The new
church at Dendron was assigned t<< tin
middle district of Ihe Association.
Dr. Oavln Rawls read tho reporl on
past or In I support, In 1890 l* ohurchoi
had every Sunday preaching. 10 had
twice a month preaching and 21 hail
once a month preaching. Now lm Itavi
every Sunday preaching, 28 have twlci
a mouth preaching and IS hnve once n
month preaching. The average salar)
? ?iyht years ago or u post or in this As
eoclation was $600 per annum. It Is
Dr. Rawls mad.- a strong address, In
which in* exhorted the ministers lo r*
gdrd their relation :<> their salaries as ;?
real business relation. Mr. M. Lank
ford complimented the report. Mr. L
B. Allen urged thai the churches Bhouhl
report the amount actually paid lo
the pits'turs. and not What has been
The Association left the selection nl
a plu'->- of meeting for the next year t
a special committee.
Rev. 11. W Battle, D. D? pastor <>f the
First Baptist Church In Petersburg
was appointed to preach the Introduc?
tory sermon m-xi year.
After the appointment <d' committee*
ahd a hearty vote of (hanks for 1m-i I
tallty, A;.-., th.- Association adjourned ti
meet In September, IS9C.
fatal Itailrond Accident.
Ttiniulti.ii. \S". Vu., Sept. 27.?Train No
1. passenger, on the Baltimore and Ohl.
railroad, ni this place, early this morn?
ing, side-wiped No. -I pesscnger trnli.
lying on n switch. Tho sleeper, crowd?
ed with passengers, was totally demol?
ished ami th.- engine of Nu. I wrecked
UnltedJ States Marshal Oarden, ,.;
Wheeling, W. Va., and ex-Secretary ol
.-utte Wtlliani A. Ohley, of Charleston,
who w<-r.- ,<n the sleeper, were terrlbl)
scalded by escaping steam, and both
will probably die. Miss Lula DowntnIn.
Librarian of the State, also a member
of the party. Is probably fatally Injur?
ed. Several other passengers were I
Wheeling, W. Vu.. Sept. 27.?Further
details ?.r the wreck is told in the fol?
lowing dispatch from ?Haften. W Va .
t" tho News: Train No, 1. the Neu
York and St. Louis express, westbound,
due Irore at 11:36 p. in., side-wiped train
No. 4, for Baltimore, laal night, ::t the
east end tunnel, twenty miles from this
place. The engine of (he tarin N?. i
ran Into and badly damngcfl three of
the coaches of the east bound train. The
accident was due to the engineer "f ihe
westbound train ov< Hooking the signal
Among the fnjurcd nol heretofore re?
ported are; Hon. Nell .1. Forthey
wife, of King Wood, who are badlj
At noon it was believed nil the Injur?
ed will probably recover, though United
States Marshal Harden s condition is
serjous. it i? Bomewlmt retnaritable
that aii of the five victims are among
the very first people In the stat,-.
iteiiet Dereat, Again.
Havana, September 27.?A dispatch
from Ouananatmo says that Col. Ca
neila's column Wednesday surprised a
camp of about 1,000 rebels, tinder
Pereglto and Perla nt Bayameso. The
rebels fled after a brief fight, leaving on
the held five killed and a quantity of
arms. ?to. The government troops hnd
four wounded. A small column Is pni -
sulug the fleeing rebels.
I Pitcher's Oastorta*
Wag? Knrnlng- Knfflbth Woiuoo.
Tho Courier lately printed statistics
of tho employment of women in tho
United States, They show, it will l>o
remembered, that the number of wage
earners among women has increased
marvelously since 1H80. And now wo
havo the gist of a report lately nintluto
tho Ilritish board of trudo pruseutiiig
corresponding statistic* for Eug >od and
Wales. The conservatism which goes
from top to bottom there is pretty clear?
ly proved in the returne, which show
that only a slight inoreaso in tho em?
ployment of women took place in the
intorval between the census of 1881 nud
that of 18'Jl. Iu 1US1 out of ovory 1,000
girls and women above 10 yearn of ngo
in England and Wales thero wore :i<lt).5
employed. In Ititil thero were 844.2.
The number of boys and men returned
as employ cd shows a decrease of 1 per
Another interesting foot is thut girls
and women in Englnnd keep tho old.
Bottled lines of employment for their
rex, having no inoliunlion apparently to
copy after their more veiirnrosonio ccn
sius in America. Thuti, while the census
report gives 040 headings, representing
uii many different ocenpatious, more
than four-ftfthti of tho girls and women
retnrucd us employed iu 1801, or 377
nut of the 844.9 in every 1,000 in the
population, are enumerated under 18 of
these lo adings.
The oeu9UB taker ncten that thoro has
been u marked increase In the employ?
ment of ;;ir)H under i?, hut that then is
some decroaso iu thonnmbor of marriod
women employed iu textile and clothing
trades, in the factory districts there 1 ?
ing it considerable diminution in tho
Unmht r of working married women be?
tween -0 and ~6 years of age.?Hr.fl;vlo
All Alinnrit l-'nr Lourdea.
Tho year's pilgriningo to Lourdei is
tho birgast on record, Right thousand
person a left Paris i:i speoial trains on
Otto day recently ntid wore joined by
9,000 mbro from way stations.
When founded on merit,
never ceases to grow, both
B in extent and m solidity.
is more popular to-day than
ever before, because it does
what is claimed for it?re?
lieves and cures pains in the
side, chest or limbs, lame
back, rheumatism, etc.
lii-lsi l im? llnvina i - cenuins Au
Co, s's. Nu olker t:.. act Ii acarly ?o cood,
Allcock's Corn Shields,
Allcock's Bunion Shields,
Have nu e.mal as .1 relief anil cure (or com?
Or.o or two at night, for a week03
two, touo up tho system,
I, I I PINtl PAt 1 \VI I'll Tl MK -l?K A. 0. BAtt
1\ tu.I I liss tin In new Klectrk
M0101 1? tun the wsebiner) et Iiis nl
.e Slid tu take lb' f>lace of Ins steam ?.
later, which has done such excellent work
I past, 11 a . >'.-.,;? lias Heon thoroiichlr r?iw..T .?
nud t> 1 > 1 uv.aia 1 he 1 :'-i few month*, au l 1- ii?>u
, ne ot I hi 1 oil, .|Mi|.|,. 1 and Oiled lip Oentsl IMab
llsbm.tils In ll,e suaili. lie tin. ali lbs latest if
n.l Instn merits, ?Ilk iliokoonle-iaenMasm
\esr-'t \ (..??. jene? la the.I iltlltal in-tl
luetils. Ibis,.rth something to you i':a?o!
rvslbeib >n e." I?r \. I?. HARItliTT i? H\e>l
On the I>enlnl Isistn -- ? tl a plenty el Denial
material to do ull k ink ol l?ental work at prices
laiisltictory all i lsises of 1.i?le. !
tut a. i) itAitnt: 11. dksi is>r,
<iiti.-euv.-i 1 it? ami Mtiln street.opposite Urtj.
tout Ian Una. Norfolk, Va. OOleo hair. Irani s
- jto?ui. leltMf
upnoisiei oi mm liimi.
\V. K. ALLEN will ro-nnie business at
1GB CHURCH STREET,
On MONDAY. August fit i. I8S6, lor the con
duct nl the I pholstering and ll a tires bti^
uns-, und will be pie.it d to sono the public.
Unit ) attre-aas made over for 4- tortuer
price-r8.fill. Sew Tick furnished torji i.ii;
for int r i rice -6.
Or era by postal trill roe t.o piouipt at
W. K. ALLEN.
GEO. W. UUVAL & CO..
* o 15 Water street. Norf Ik t*
ENOINK8.UOll.Uttd. s.WV.lil.l. atil al
kinds of machinery o: the mo t improve. 1
patterns, Alan ropatriug at the shortest
i boh. e farticulat attention to steamboat
: work. DUVAL'ti PATKN'J ItOII.KItTUBES
; IKltltUl.l'.s ate the only perT -el rcmo.ly
for leaky boiler tubes : bey can be tuertsil
: in a few miuutea by any engiuoer, nil ?ra
warranted to stop loaks,
CM, hritcr'? F.n(lUb IMam.v.l MrnnJ.
Irwin's Twin City Express,
W, T, IRWIN & CO., PROPRIETORS.
OKli ... .?.... Vu.
Ample facilities tor hauling anything 10
and from anywhere in the three cities Tel?
ephone No. ti. CHARGES REASONA?
BLE. Dead Horace, Mub s and Cewo re
moved from the thtee cities froo of chart;?
jiroiupUy at small cost.
A Sift ??a" quart o*floor, two raOBdias tratpoeofali at b?Mop powder, onit oae t*aepoonfu
M rtlt Into abort); atld tjireo tM?p?onrel> of COtTOIjBNE ?bd mb tonelheranlil thoroughly
(". laUaa; th?? add aaffloltnt milk to raako a ?oft <t6ach; idetd ?ii?V.lr, mil out about balf tu
fy laeh thick, and"tui w.th a email Mucnit coUtr. Pia/:* a little apaitMc a frreeed pan, and
2 la a qoieh oaao far fifteen ui treaty mfaUMv Th?ae blti-nits eheuld bt a dellcatt browo toi<
5 ??d Ixotorn, licht onttio aides, and aaowr white Kkia broken open.
g The secret of success in this recipe, as in others, is to use but
two-thirds as much Cottolenc as you used to use of lard. Cot
SJ lolcne will make the biscuit light, delicious, wholesome. Better
Jg than any biscuit you ever made before. Try it. Be sure and get
ijenuitie Cottolenc. Sold everywhere in tins with trade-marks
?" Cottotene'' and steer's lieadin cotton-plant wreath?on every tin.
THE N. K. F'AHIBANK lO.?lPAMV, e?T. lAUM nad CHICAGO.
white & IDS0H, sole Agents, lsimain SLdorfoift.
AUCTION NAI.KS ? I Tt ltK DAY.
V HCSTEE'S SALE* OP MA'ill I NE
I SHOP, CUPOLA, TOOLS, ETC.
Hy virtue of tlie provisions contained
in a certain deed of (Tust, dated the
12th day of December, issm, executed
by tho Southern Machinery Company
to me. us trustee, ami recorded In ,tlie ]
Clerk's office of the County Court of
Norfolk county, \'a.. and ut the ro?
lltest of the creditors therein secured. I
shall offer for stile at public auction,
at 2 o'clock i>. m., TUESDAY, October
1st. lSL'.V at the intersection of Sea?
board avenue and Jefferson Bti.t.
Sbutll Norfolk. Norfolk county Vtt.,
the folio .Vit.;: property conveyed to me
by Sllld deed, to-wlt:
One CUPOLA.with lining.
Seven LADLES, with handles.
CUPOLA BLOWER, with councr
shaft ami belt.
One IRON WHEELBARROW.
One KEYSEAT CUTTING MA?
CHINE, with eight cutters and driv?
one DRILL GRINDER.
one POWER HACK SAW, with
tine 4,000 POTNll t'llAIN HOIST.
one 'J.ieio POUND CHAIN HOIST.
One ANGLE TABLE for drill press
Four BENCH VICHS.
one RIPE VICE.
one DRILL CHUCK.
TWO RACKET DRILLS.
MACHINERY PATTERNS nuttiber
, ii from 182 to 292 Inclusive, ami nu?
merous oth.-r similar patterns, and va?
il.,us other tools stu n as appertain to a
well-equipped machine shop, ami men?
tioned am! described In said deed of
trust. Finally, ail the property in
said deed to me, conveyed und not here?
tofore destroyed by lire.
TERMS OP SALE CASH.
selO-tdu T. II. SYNON. Trustee.
HV" VlllTUKOK AX AS-IONMENT, IIA KU TDK
I It It dST ?. I -o;>i in i.i i. ICS}, 11 out the Ksgls
I Carriage Slid Harum!? ? ' unser !?> me. a. ini-te
i batet at ea of the nropo.tjr books <? s.ud
I'ouiti.uv. t iitil htm er iiollca 1 srlll offer ih.
Mock .>i tin > r-i'ui. lea, etc., new on land,at retail
f r.teii. and all p?iaoni lud Weil to mi d com
i ju. will .nl.* wiii, in,' o- i.iv ?.ein, :ii iLotore,
S., Marie: square. P-ism? hohliUR eliluia
ii.aiiet tbe coiniany will (m-out Ikceatiie, nil
led aiodiivlt ?iiiitn ntanj uay? from Septem
i ei ti h. ist
I bave arpotut .1 Mr. W.O. Wlllc x my ajeut,
?l?. i- authorized to u lie t a!l e'nws ?ine the
,.>m|.inr. T. H. WII.I.COX.
We arc now ready to show ti full line of
Watch Paper for Notice of Our Fall Opening.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers, 24 Old Market Square.
HAVE WE AM CHEAP OAK SUITES ?
What a question. We have tliem from
$17.50 up, and ?ive you 9 pieces at that.
We arc headquarters in
THIS ROCKER ONLY $1.28.
of all descriptions, and it will pay you to call on
us teforc you make your purchase. Also, just
received, a lot of
MATTINGS, OIL CLOTHS AND RUGS.
Nail Orders Promptly Attended to.
ern Furniture io
AUCTION MALEN- THIS ?AYM ?
By II. L. Page & Co., Real Estute Auo<
ttoncers, 10 Hunk street.
TRUSTEE'S SALE OF VALUABLE
HOUSE AND LOT UN WASHING?
TON BTREET AND HUNTERS
V1LLE, AT AUC?
By virtue of u deed of trust, dated April
Gtlt, 1894. to me, us trustee, und duly re?
corded, and ut the request oi the party
therein secured, default having been
made In tin- payment of the debt, I wilt
aeii ut puidie uuctioii, on Saturday, Sep?
tember mil, 1895, at U o'clock in., ut the
Norfolk Heal Batate and Btoi k Exchange,
No. 115 Alain street. THAT VALUABLE
HOUSE AND LOT, situated on the South
side of Washington street, just east of
O'Kcef*. street. Srdd let fronts iO leet.
With a depth of l;lo feet.
TERM8?One-third easb. balance In d
nnd 12 months, secured by deed of trust,
and bearing ti per cent. Interest,
I. A. PAGE, Trustee.
P.. 1, PAGE S Co.. Auctioneers.
At t'l lllX StAliliM??'111 HICK IIAW
By W. M. Hannah, Auctioneer.
BV VIRTUE OF a DEED OF TRUST
to us. as trustees, bearing date on the
13th day 61 October, i>'.'o, and recorded In
deed book 185, pane Z?, of the Norfolk coun?
ty Clerk's oftlce, and at the request of the
L-redltor therein secured, we shall s.-ll at
public auction, at the Norfolk Real En
tate Exchange, No. IIS Main street. In tho
i ity of Norfolk, Vo . at-111 in . on WED?
NESDAY, the 9th day of October. In the
year eighteen hundred and ninety-live, the
following property, to-wit: all that
CERTAIN LOT OF LAND, with the
buildings thereon, situated In Not folk
county, siate of Virginia, hear the city
11 n 11 (x of Norfolk, being known und num?
bered as lot number three t.n on the plat
of the property of A. S. J. Qnmmoh, ie
corded In map book two, |>agu forty-four
Clerk's office of the Norfolk County Court.
Said lot i routs on Cottage ToH l.mltje
lload 1 wenty-thiee feet four In, In s and
runs back between parallel lines ninety
i hreo feet more or less.
GEO. w dev.
J. W. HUNTER,
THOS. It. BORLAND,
W. M. HANNAH.
By E. I;. Macon, Auctioneer.
?PRUBTBE'S BALE OF REAL ESTATE.
? By vlrtUc of .bed ut trust executed l>y
Oeorge Hale, on the 2Sih day of October,
I ?11, and at the requestor tl.leditor
i herein secured; I will sell on MONDAY*;
the 7th day oi o. tober i>.'..".,ui II hi., ut
Princess Anne Courthouse, ut public auc?
tion, ALL THAT TRACT OF land, .011
lalnlng about one hundred acres, bouride>l
on the South nnd West by the waters ot
Llnkhorn Hay and the lands of John 1".
Creekmur, and on the North and East b\
the lauds <>i William Itaiicy, About one
half "l the land is clear-d and under cul?
tivation. Tin- residue is in pine timber.
The Innd Is two ami .i half miles from Vla
Kinia It, e h llot.-l. and hits on it n small
frame dwelling and usual f irm houses, ll
is the Bsine land that was conveyed to
Oeorge Hale by Ucorgjahnii PObWorth nnd
others October Ulh, ttVI,
TERMS?Am to ?SS.ni and expensea of
sale cash balance one and two years with
Interest from the da> of sale, secured by
trust deed on the land, executed und re?
corded at expense of the purchaser.
W. II BURROUGHS,
E. It. MAi'on.
UUR6UANT TO THE TERMS OF A
I certain deed .?: trust, tnr.i,? i>v Kplirintn
Uowser und Rlliuibeili Bowser, his wire,
is. us trustees, duted ihn SOttt ?luv at
March, lvt. un.i reoordtd In 11 >? ? Clerk's
nffice of tlio County Court <<t Norfolk
ounly, Va., in deed book I&I>, page -is::, wo
-ii?ti -.-ll in Idle auction, in front ?>! iho
iKiuiity collrthouso door, in the ell) of
Portsmouth, Va., MONDAY, tho 7tli day
f October, Ik:-.".. :,i 12 o'clock m . Ill follow*
nur Property, to-wlt: A I.I, THAT CER
i'AIN LOT, PIECE OH PARCEL OF
LAND, ivtth the buildings and Improve
nentH thereon, Rltuated in the town of
Uerkley, Norfolk county, Vi>... bounded
? s follow -, i.p-uii Iteclnnlnu on Hie East
ildo Hi Walker uvehiie slxly us)) fei i south
from BOtitheuet corner >ii Walker uvcuue
ind Eighth at reel: thence easterly 011?
hundred feet <i?.i feet); thehce southerly
thirty feet (30 reel); thence westerly one
hundred feid (IW feel), and thence north?
erly along Walker avenue thirty fort <:;u
foot) to beginning, being a portion of lo*.
numbered sixty-one (61) Walker avenue,
?tccordlns id the ''plal of tin- Nash land."
Ft ISTER BLACK.
AI. V A II II MARTIN,
se27-tils FRANKLIN D. GILL.
I he Muni-. Auction II rise, It. It. M.rri.
lUKSUANT TO TIIK l l RMS OF A DEP.D uF
I tun from Ann 0 I. Sat Hand Sani IV. Huiall 10
i,-as rutlec, ? aiol tit ;'.i I11I jr f April, law, and
ecorued n ibe C:erksolttca u IheU rporatoa
'ourt o lliecliy u Korfalk; Va., Ill l>. K. 1)4 ll.,
Svi. I ? all tell ai pub lea 11 lluu u 1 i I e premiaef,
Co, Ski Hank ntieel, northwest i-oruel ul lank
ni I'liitna street, Koriolk iMf, Va, MONDA1,
0:0th day 1.1 >,-|t-ui er,IRK,at M <>,lo k in.,
th- t..lu?n ? property, as a wnolo, tc-wlt: 'Ibo
...ii.;. tite and rutlreoutlll now on hand, used iu
in In In.- and piililt.hlug the ?la If ntwaiiapri uob
Until hi il l'? iv of Karl Ik, Va.,and known as
Hi" I v.nu; Newt, toi-aiert* lbs Newa and Cow
rit-r, n,iw located aad e ntafaed 'n Ike ir mile),
Su. 33 Hank a reel, r>orlhw*<t c^rusr ol Rank and
I'ltuu' ftr.els Norfolk City, Va.,t-nna'.a m< of iba
n.iii,' ??! Hi pat*., all |,rinl n* picao,, all ty
lyi*.- tin M, t-Maika, nils, e ^ine-. n acbinert. a id
ali otlu-r pt-r-oual ptopertv nl *\c-y nature, klad
and . os< 1 Iption, 11 >? u->- iln ?r ntlug nu.l 1. . Il?h
iog ?atd rape*. U?o the good will ol said paper.
li:KMS.AI, ?Ii.iiudreil dol art cath,
re. blue in moot hi) hiatallniefiU ofSIUO ei h, (.ara?
ble oh ill* la,I il.ii "! i-u'-li and iv. i v im.utli ' II,.
first deferred prymciita I fall ihotnn the la*t day
m iWioiftr. IkW Drferrod pnynt nts 10 carry It*
t ie- fr.undaj ..f tale and i?'i>.- ?e itrol l.v -o ?!
o iimt.mi ,iti?|,"ty toll, drawn and recorded at
pun It..Shi t cxi ens -.
telS-id w. .1. 1: IXTI It. in., Traitce.
It f. \ I. 1 STATU Ml U* I ?.
REAAL ISTA1E HGENTS. 96 H
;:toro Commercial 1 o ?.
?.'?I i.lld .21 I', its *tr i l.
11 >na on i - iu ii a eiiua,
i Jllca on Kay no ?.troct.
Flat 1 1 Hank a tt-et
lo mi 1 12 Ubiel ? riroel,
FiNE LOTS F?R SALE
I'KICE FltOM *I00 TO t700 KAOII.
Terms Onp-tlilrJ cash, balance in 1 anJi
yeitrs with per cent. Interest.
H. L. PAGE & CO.,
i (.!'? .;:ntt.i. No. 10 llauk rtroat,
lillo perleut, Norfolk, V4j
find Whlslroy Hab'.tt
I cure l ut boine witif
piitpaln. li.io? ot rar?
ii ;' ??'. sent 1'itr.K.
It. M. WOOLI.KY, M.IX
'OUlcc, lOa^WmiOoaU SU Atlttaua. bit,