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Hrery ^Ijiou^lxtftjil '.Citizen of IVoi^foife
Knows that one of the greatest drawbacks to her progress has been the wan? of good suburban property, quickly and
easily accessible to the city, which could be purchased at reasonable prices, .thereby enabling our population to obtain
neat and Beautiful Homes at figures within their reach. This highly desired consideration has now been met and
invites the attention of the public to the splendid advantages which it offers to those in want of just such Choice Loca?
tions for Good and Cheap Homes. SOUTH QAKWOOD PARK is located on the line of the Norfolk and Ocean View Railroad.
Only Ten Minutes Ride from the City! It Has a 5c. fare to the City! The Lots are25xMft!
The price is $52 for inside lots and $60 for corners. The terms are $2 cash and 50c per week per lot No
interest is charged on deferred payments. For further information apply to either
L. PAGE & CO.. A. YV. CORNICK & CO., PANNILL BROS.
'HE SUNDAY SERMON
|gv< Dr. Edward Everett Hate's Masterly Dis
. course on Genuine and True Manhood.
MAH IS A LIVING SOUL, HE EXPLAINS
OTfcC Body IIa? Ilecomo Too Strong Tor
j' ? 'the Saul?Keep Control oTtlic Ml ml
'?and Only Let It Tliluli of Those
rTbtnes uiiicii Arc Pure--Control
the Body to Do Your CouimniitlH.
tit us make men."?Genesis i, 2C.
any board of education 1 should bo
.that the great object of education1
,to carry put this purpose of the good
i)d.v In aijy adequate treatise on gov
nment I should be tpld the same
Tiat constitutes a State?
&n who their duties know;
tid know their rights, and, knowing, j
. dare maintain.
SBd.certainly if I turned to the dlrec
on of the various churches, to the I
^people who say they are the church and I
that other people must obey and fol?
low them, they would add what this
! noble legend of Genesis adds: "We
fl'want to make men in God's Image, &ft?H"
?i'-,Is It not, then, rather pathetic, thnt,
?Ith all their endeavors, the people
irhose business it is to make men, turn
Jt* ad few specimens of successful
'jJrVhy are there so few men? And when
He changes the sex, and for the work
f^women makes the same Inquiry, the
iromen come out no better. You find a
plenty of people fussing over detail,
T7ho,' as somebody says, cannot tell a
lhall thing from a great one. But you
uk eagerly, and onbody tells you,
, .?here are the women? Where is our
steady' supply, not exceptional, not a
tirade, which shall give
?A perfect woman, nobly planned?
jpt ig worth while to aslt what our 600
alleges propose to do themselves,
fhat do they say is their best achleve
ent? At their annual commence
lenta, from Labrador to San Diego,
ibey say,' "We present to you these
irouihn, who have acquired skill In
>reek or Latin or mnthematlcs, or in
he study of nature, or in the study
Jf history." Possibly they will say,
*Wfc present to you this or that hero
?ho has successfully led his crew In a
t?at race or In a ball match." But
here will not be one of them, from ,
Dne end of the country to another,
which will say, "We present to you
this youth, who can control his appe?
tites and can govern his mind." Thnt
" i to aay, there is not one of them which
?,TV|1I venture to say on commencement |
li<wy, "We present to you a man." All
it my own college says, in present?
ag the bachelor's degree, Is this:
?,i"We present to you these youths,
>hora we know to be fit for speaking
In public as often as anybody shall
;icall them to that duty."
' This is the best that has been
ohleved in a course of study cover
jins four years and prepared for in
Kfi We are thrown back, then, to the
J'definition of manhood. A man Is not
f&B. - finely formed or well-trained phy?
sical machine. Physical strength and
jvitoealth'come from manhood, but they
y>e>e not manhood. A man is not a well
^:?.djuated, well-trained?shall I say well
polled??Intellectual machine. Reason
jfr.'ing, Imagination, memory, are good
;? ? ?tools ol manhood, but no one of these,
ji 'aor all of them, can make a man. *
A man is a child of God. No lan
g sauge 1b fine enough to make the full
r[\ statesman, but this is the best that has
8j been tried. He Is born from God and
!;'he goes back to Ood. "Spark from the
? divine fire," the poets are fond of say
?i'ing. "Light from the divine light," that
j&js one of the Bible expressions. "Dew
? :'. drop from the divine ocean," that is an
K Image hinted at In the Bible. Man is a
' ?living soul. Per haps I shall not do
>'? better than to take this phrase. This
i f living soul has the business of con
}J.trolling this body, making it strong and
. . quick, active and pure. This living soul
.jfyhas also the business of controlling this
i^inind, making that to be strong and
?['.QuIck, active and pure. And it is only
? ;-aa living ooul asserts itself, will not be
.?: Bwnyed by the body or by the mind?It
only thUH that you have a man.
gf.f'.It Is only thus that you have a wo
fcman. ThoBe who have to do with ma
Vr;Chlnery know instances upon Instances
K^vhere, In familiar language, the ma
giichlne "runs away." The locomotive
IKiruns 80 fast on a down grade that for
moment it escapes from the hand
S.pf the driver. The steam which Is called
3&the>'. power is not the power, for It is
^crowded back on Itself by the impet
ious force which the downward grade
lias given. '.Precisely In the same way
6t!6 ?eer. intellectual action, where the
tog cf ? rt*n'a babU of reasoning
or whore the distinctness of his mem?
ory gets the control of Iiis conscience,
gets the control of his will, nnd con?
science and will are ridden over by the
mere force of the Intellectual machine.
And In every day. in every hour of
the day, you see some poor wretch who
has let a bodily appetite so overmaster
him that, as Patll says, he does the
thing that he dues not want to do. Me
does what he knows he ought not to
The body has become too strong for
the soul, as on that downward grade
the weight of the engine was too much
for, Hie Htcnm. With ported correct?
ness we then call him a "poor devil."
All these al e instances where In the |
man the divine power bus been lost.
It is fair to say that the man has
ceased to tu? n man. In the true Inter?
pretation of manhood. For the man
appears only where the soul musters
the mind nnd the body. The man ap?
pears where the true will achieves
its real purpose. The man nppcars
, where the purpose of Cod Is carried out.
As Paul says, in that noblest epigram
of the New Testament, to will antl to
do Clod's good pleasure, here Is the
Rlgn of the present Coil.
One hears a great deal In our time of
better education of the hand and eye.
All right! But I wish we could always
manage, In this mere sharpening the
edge of the tool?for it Is nothing more
?to give boy or girl a deeped sense of
who it Is who is to use the tool: how
great, how unmeasured. Is the power of
the boy or the girl. If we could lead
along hoy or girl from day to day in
this sense of possible mastery, If we
could really make them believe that in
I the tempations which are likely to bo
? fall them they can really tread on ser
i pents and scorpions, and that nothing
shall by any menus hurl them, we
should not so much mind If the edge of
the tool were hot of the very sharpest.
When Daniel Hoone made his forest
home, he owed more to the strength of
the blow by which lie drove his axe, he
owed more to the preordained place,
than he owetl to the sharpness of the
tool. And these hoys and girls of ours
are to succeed or are to fall according
as it is the Infinite power of the child
of Ood which undertakes the duties of
manhood or womanhood.
This 1b the true lesson when a great
man dies, or a great woman. Little
people ask. In a little way. "How could
she do what she did, or he?" The
great teachers answer. "Of course she
4ld it. She was a child of Coil; she
could do what she chose. Of cotirst he
did. Sons of Cod do not turn back?
ward from the plow or stop." And
any boy or girl who will try the great
experiment has this victory open. "1
control my body; It shall do what I
command. T control my mind. It shall
think things which arc pure, which
are lovely, which are of good report. It
shall not think tilings which are base
or mean, and lu any shape wrong." |
The boy who makes that determina?
tion Is a son of God, and determines,
puts an end to all other notions, in
that moment becomes a man. The girl
who thus determines becomes a woman.
These two. at least, of us all get an an?
swer to our question.
"Let us make man In our Image."
said the good Cod of life not so long
ago. And here are two of his children
who propose to Join him in that en?
EDWARD EVERETT HALE, D. D.
ELIZABETH CITY, N.C.
Elizabeth City. N. C, Nov. 2.?(Spe?
cial.)?The verdict rendered by the t'<>i -
bner'S jury In tin? ease of the drowning
of the colored boy, John Johnson:
Thursday night, was that he met death
by accidental drowning.
A lecture on "Hamlet. Prince of
Denmark." will be delivered at the
Opera House to-nighl by Mr. Portius
Deining, or Norfolk. Va, It promise to
be very Interesting, Judging from tin
Mr. Henry M. Fearing, of Norfolk. Is
here on a visit to friends and rela?
The shipment of fish from this place
was a great deal larger the past week
than the one preceding that.
Services will he held in all the dif
frent churches to-morrow both morn
ins and night.
Mr. J. T>. Fnlmer left today for his
home In Philadelphia. Mr. Pulmer was
a former resident of this place, and has
ja host of riends who will be sorry to
learn of his departure.
sorry for tlio Minister.
Many things look queer the first time
we see them.
Five-year-old Freddy was showing the
young minister about the place: His
eyes frequently glanced up at the kind
face, and then rested with a look of
troubled Inquiry on the pointed toes of
the Piccadilly boots.
Finally he blurted out his anxiety in
the Question: "Ain't you get tut en?
;v-/?ih . - :?? ? ?? .? \: i
HIE VIRGINIAN'S MIIY RJN1S10HOUSEKEEPERS
BILL OF FARE FOR TO-.rtORROW,
MONDAY NOV. 4. 1S95.
Apples und Grapes. Pearl Hominy.
Graham Gems. Coffee.
Corned Beef. Mashed Potatoes.
Celery Salad. Sweet Pickles.
Crab-Apple Jelly. Succotash.
White and Graham Bread.
Banana Custard. Ribbed Cake.
linked Means. Brown Bread. Rolls.
Grape Marmalade. Cocoa.
One-half cup butter, one of sugar, one-1
half of sweet milk, three eggs, two cup
fuls Hour, one teaapoonful baking pow?
der. Hake in three layers. For the cen?
tre one, udd one-half cup chopped rai?
sins stud citron, and a little spice. Put
Jojly between. _
Heart Disease Cured
By Dr. Miles' Heart Cure.
Fainting, Weak or Hungry Spell9, Irregu?
lar or Intermittent Pulse,Fluttering or Pal?
pitation, Choking 8cnsation, Shortness of
Drouth, Swelling of Feet and Ankles, are
ny in atoms of a diseased or Weak Heart.
MRS. N. C. MILLER.
Of Fort Wayne, Ind., writes ob Nov. 29,18M:
"I was afilicted for forty years with heart
trouble and suffered untold agony. I had
weak, hungry spells, and my heart would
palpitate so hard, the pain would be so ucuto
and torturing, that I became so weak and
nervous I could not steep. I was treated by
several physicians without relief and gave
np ever being well again. About two years
ago i commenced using Dr. Miles' ItPracdlcs.
One bottlo of the Heart Cure stopped all
heart, troubles and the Hestorativo Nervine
did the rest,and now I sleep soundly nud at?
tend to my household and social duties with?
out any trouble.
Sold by druggists. Book sout free. Address
Dr. Miles Medical Co., Klkbart. Ind.
Nf. Miles' Kcracdics Eostorc Health.
KMTA l*K *?i KNTH.
FINE LOTS FDR SALE
IRICIi ritOM *l?? TO 47?0 EACH.
Terms Ouc-tlilrd cash, balance Iii 1 ault
years with l> por cant, interest.
H. L. PAGE & CO..
Sole ARsata, No. 16 Usus ttreet,
Ulle ported. Norfolk, vs.
Having accepted the Agency of the
above well-known Company, 1 desire to
notify my former patrons and the pub
lie generally that at No. 223 Main street,
Just above Hotel Ncifolk. they will lind
a most Complete Line of Samples for Fall
und Winter wear. Pantaloons from $!>;
Suits from $13.20; Overcoats from 111.
Perfect Fit. and Satisfaction guaranteed
In every ease. A call Is respectfully so?
licited. J. C. CARROLL.
Oet.27-s.w.f.lm. No. 223 Main St.
Sain ]il en
lit ii ii tit ut (told Paper ?r. per niece up.
P?p?i B*ntn?> f.r? Bm?pU boot, now foidy f?i
???11 Irin?. Cilce 81.??7'
C.:.t8. Mi N. KiLte.i. 1293 FllE?rf<3t. Philn?P?.
Arc promptly relieved by tlw use of COMPOUND SYRUP WHITE pi NE AND
TAR. A remedy which combines In the highest degree efficiency and pnlatabi
llty. Prepared by LAWRRNCK & HOL .MKS. Druggists, Tii Mala street, opposite
St. James Hotel. Phono 7>:;. Ooods delivered to all parts of the city.
EDD1NG PRESENTS. ARTISTIC. USEFUL.
Johnston China Company.
LATEST DBSlONSANI" KAbl
I'ltlCKS'XO SUIT At L
Iron: Queen) are I ho most lilii>r;il money lamb
era of Norlolk no ?11 tiiiils cf hersniinl property at a low rate of latent:. Mai'
coanu it luxation a will lw |iroiU|itlj ;iili nitod to.
For Saturday's ntaiK?iina. and Even] Gay in lite ween. Get trie Best.
tt3>"l'o you want nniutliiiiiR nicu iu I he way of atnrkotlni! to-day? A uioa
Smithfiekl Ham, Fine Beef or Fine Groceries !
II?o, too what we b.ivj. Ciiuli talks Slid we soil ioiv t5. .1. WlHTKIlOIWT, Agent.
S. IS. corner Ohuich and Uharlotte street*.
HEADS OF" FAMILIES
Kboul.l remember that tUoydaii got ni all Union tho BEST UtfilfiF, MUTION, BMOKEO
and PllliSU MICA IS lit
QUIiliN STHICICT MA UK KT. OOltNLTt UUUllOU AM) QUEEN STHEET8.
Relau bums, tosi Mam m,
Dealers In Beef, .Mutton. Vctll, Pork, Lambs, Home-made Sausage,
Wild Oame and Poultry, Pish, Pr?ll und Vegetables. Branch store. 2211 Cum?
berland sleret. Dealer In Choice GrocerI es, Liquors, Tobacco and Cigars. 'Phone
SPECIAL PRICES OH CHILDREN'S UNDERWEAR.
Sizes, 16-18-20, at 10c.
Sizes, 22-24 - at 19c
Sizes, 26, 28, 30, 32 at 24c.
Children's All-Wool Vests at 24c, 29c, 39c
Ladies' Ribbed Undervests at 19c
Ladies' Ribbed Undervests, Bleached, Silk
Bintiing, at 24c.; Pants to match at 24c.
Ladies' All-Wool Undervests, Red or White,
at 74c; Pants to match, at 74c
Feather Boas, from 25c to SI.00
An immense stock of
We are selling at astonishingly low prices. Sat?
ines, Canton Flannels, White and Colored Wool
Flannels, Dress Goods, &c.
We are still selling Unbleached Cotton at
Apron Ginghams at 3 \ -l cents.
Galico, in short lengths, ai 3 1-2 cents.
You can save 25 per cent, by buying your
IE?ETS! OOliFiHTS !!
252 CHURCH STREI. :\
AIMIIIOIV SAI.I'?-Fill VlttS 1IAV
Ai:< iioN SAi,t:s- rrinu: hay.
First Auction Sale of the
Horses % Mules!
Wednesday, Novembei 3,
10 O'clock a. m.| at
piiEi s boyge's mm. to a n mm. sl duo! no.
Head Horses, Taylor Iilvona, Ohio. 2J Head Horses, Chds. N. Perry, hid.
?jr. Head Horses, Flanary IJros., \V. Va. ^.5 Head Horses. A. Winkel. Philadelphia,
20 Head Mules. Flunury Bros., W. Va. Am| mmM ??,?,?.,
Mead Horses, Edward Dunn, Penn.
This will be our opening sale for the season, and tin- liest lot of stoelt ever
offered here, as they tire selectcil und bought by tin besi dealers in the West.
Kverybody wanting' a horse should be present. REMI3MIJEK, nil" st.., u guaran?
teed as represented; and twenty-tour hours' tri::! given.
Hon'l forget the date nor miss this Bale. Von will
bargains. Very Respectfully,
good steck und good
PENDLETON & BOYCE, 76 and 70 Union Street, Norfolk, Vo,
TAYLOR & CO., Auctioneers.
T" RUSTEE'S SALE OF A VALUABLE
ii ?ls 13 And lot at west
fly virtue of a deed of trust dated June
1.1S92, executed l>.\ George W. Washer
und Amelia C, his wife, to the undersign?
ed, nnd duly recorded in the Clurk's office
of Norfolk County Va.. <h. 171, |). 3'.i), and
being required so to do by the creditor
therein seemed, I shall sell at nubile auc?
tion, on the premises, on FRIDAY, the
lr.th day of November, IS!?, ill in o'clock
a. in,Lot No. ills, Fourth avenue, us
laid down on Orcitcr \- Hargrove's map
of West Norfolk, with the buildings and
Improvements therein, consisting of a
dwelling bouse ami halte oven.
TERMS?Cash aulliclent to pay the
costs and expenses ol sale, and delin?
quent taxes, If any, to I ho day of sale,
and the sum of $112. with Interest there?
on from January I, ISU5, and 130, with in?
terest thereon frctn July I, 1895, and the
balance upon the following credit: $180 on
January 1, 1 **?'.; 53H on July I. IS36: fl3fi Oil
January I, is:i7: 183 oh Julv I. IS07: $133 on
January 1, 1S98, and $1,03.i Julv I, I SOS.
WM. W. OLD,
y ALU A RLE PROPERTY FOR SALE.
lly virtue of an order made by Iii?
Honor. L. L. Green, Judge al the fall
term of the September court of Hertford
county, N. f\, in the suit of T. P. flrcen
against the Ishnin Lumber Compuny.
now pending in the Superior Court of
said Hertford county, N. C, we will, on
TUESDAY, Ihe 2f.th day of November,
I SOD, on the premises al Tunis. N. C, sell
at public auction, to the highest bidder,
the following real and personal property
belonging to the said Isham Lumber
C.pauy. lo-wlt: A LOT OK LAND at
Tunis, N. C, on which tin- saw mill, dry
kilns, etc., of Ihe said I sham Lumber
Company are located, the saw mill, en?
gines, boilers, fixtures, bells, shaftings,
pulleys, dry Kilns ami all fixtures therein,
and all the machinery and property of
every description at Tunis. N. ('., belong?
ing to said Isham I.umber Company; also
all the interest, title and estate of said
Isham Lumber Company in and to a par
eel or tract of land, With three (3) nice
new frame buildings thereon, lying on
the south side or the public road leading
from Winston, N. ('., adjoining the lands
<ir IV; D. McCIIniighau. and the right of
way ol' the Norfolk and Carolina railroad
ami others, held by virtue of an agree?
ment for purchase with J. Ii. Hare.
TERM8 OF SALE are us follows:
One-third (1-3) of purchase money In
'cash, one-third <l-3i In three months and
balance In six months; with right in pur?
chaser to anticipate payments. Title re?
tained until purchase money is paid in
full. The whole properly la to be kept
insured by the purchaser under the direc?
tion of tln? receivers for better security.
Tills, the J3d of October, 1805.
JNO. 13. VANCE,
WM. E. CULLEN8.
at public auction, on the premises, corner
Second slreet and Avenue A, Atlantic
Citv, on TUESDAY; November 5, 1895. at
12 o'clock, ONE LOT T?xl'Ju feel with u
DOUBLE TENEMENT thereon and Tax
12? feet on the corner of Second street
and Avenue It, with WOOD MILL
HOUSE thereon, and three lots, Nos. 21,
^.'!. and 21, on Avenue B, 25x120 each, In
square 5, and two lots oh front street,
adjoining Nottingham Wreiin, anil
three tracts of land In Norfolk county,
Va.. near the head of Western 13ranch?
one of 30 acres, one of lot acres, and one
of 1P> acres, more, or less. This property
will be sold for a division on easy terms,
oc 27-101 IL H. IIOSTETTF.lt.
' C. H. HOSTETTER. ?
TRUSTEE'S BALE OF VALUABLE
PROPERTY IN ATLANTIC CITY
WARD, NORFOLK, VA.
By Virtue of n certain deed of trust,
hearing Oute April 7. ]"."'. nnd d?l; ol r< ?
conl in the Clerk'? Ollice ?.r Hie t a .
tlo'i Court of the City of Norfolk,
mid at the request of tin- holder
of notes thorein s cured, I shall II
at public auction, at tli<- Sdi f Ik
Real Batate Exchange, No. 115 Main
street, Norfolk, Va., at 12 o'clock m , on
THURSDAY, November N, IMC, the fol?
lowing proiMirty, lo:\vlt: Bovi n-clghthn
undivided Interest In all those seven
certain lots, pieces or parcels ?>t land for?
merly sit nail', lying niul being In Iho
county of Norfolk, hut now i> iiu: and
being in the Sixth or Atlantic Cits Ward
of th'e Hty of Norfolk, In (ho Statu of
Virginia, known and dcsigiinl1 d n lots
sIn, llftcen, sixteen, seventeen. eighteen,
nineteen and twenty, en a certain plat
of survey <>r Hie Thomas l>. Williams
land, duly of record in the Clerk'
lice of Hie County Conn of Norfolk
county, with a certain deed fn ?> .i ?
It; Sprallcy, trustee, ? <? .lohn a W'hlto
herid, of dato October ISS3, also duly
of record, u> which said deed and plat
of. survey reference ;s hereby made. Lot
No. t; fronts ?-'":'? feet :t hu hes "ti the north
siile of Armlnlead's HridgC roiid. ill d
feet on Avenue "A," und ItlH : .?
lOOthfl of an acre. Loin 15, ?:. 17. i~. 10
and 20 lie contiguous to each oilier be?
tween Avenue "A" on the south and Ave?
nue "It" on the north Luis 15, >''. 19, niul
20 enitaiii cine i uro > I Chi Lol !7 efttilniliil
S-IOtbs of an arce, mal Lot IS contain one
and 25-100 ncics.
TERMS?One-third in cash, one-third
In -^Ix months and one-third In twelve
months from day of wile. The deferred
payments t<> be evidenced by negotiable
notes of purchaser, hearing interest from
day of sub-, and secltr .1 by deed >.f
trust <m the pro|>erly, lo !??? ilrnwi) and
recorded at the expense or tin- purchas?
ers, er nil cash, nt <1.nth li of the pur?
chasers. FLOYD HUOIIi S,
E. M. Bacon; Anctlonc r.
SALE OF VALUABLE DUCKING
In pursuance <>f a decree entered by
the Circuit Court of Princess Anno
county, October Ist, IS9?, in ihe suit
of W. W. MeClnnan vs. VV. N. Hartley
and others. I will offer for sale on Ml?,%'.
DAY, THE ITU DAY OF NOVEMMER,
1895, lit 1- Hl., tili:.I bei::-. Courl t:.,:'. (I t
Princes Anne Courthouse, ui publlo
niietlon. ALL THAT Tit ACT OF
LAND AND MARK 11 ES. known as the
"t.'npc Porpoise Mhrt'bcs." situated on
Hack Ray, In Princes:-. Atino county, con?
taining 1"? acres, ami bounded on the
north by North Pay, on the ensl by Iho
waters of Rack Las', on the south : \ Dol?
ly's Island Marsh, nnd on tit-- weal by tho
lands of John Dyer und others, and is iho
same thai was conveyed tu VV. VV. Me-.
Clannn, \V. N, Hmtley and Newton n.
Hartley, by'P, M. VYliltehiiivt and \V, VV.
Coke, special commissioners, by dectj
dated October ".".111. \fi?i: Tins prop rty
has a line reputation, 11s a place for
shooting wild fowl, and for It: prlvltcu t
of lishlnt; and y 1 using;.
TERMS?Onc-thlrd cash, balance C. 11
and is months, purchaser giving honds
for deferred paymcii .-. carrying; interest
from day of sale, secured by nr. 1 deed
on the property, executed und recorded
ut the exixmso <-t ihe pure.
W. IT. BURROUGHS,
Special 1 Commissioner.
T hereby certify thai Iho bond In the
Above case has been giv< n.
ocl"-tds A. E. K L'l.LA.M, Clerk.