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FOLK NEWS ITEMS
. Sparkman, the Tea and Coffee Dealer,
Makes a Deed of Assignment.
tHE MORMON 'PREACHERS TOOK A WALK
P?lri Stnloy lo Arrive HomnScil Snl
' ?nluy A successful lnnnrnnccMan
. null ft ?iut<niot-Mr. Mnttnu Rccov
orlng Viiiiii ft Recent Illness?An
Elnboi Hlo l ox limit to Jiv ?6 ml.
W.iSuffolk. Vn_. Nov. 25.?(Special.)?T.
' C. Sparkman, proprietor of the tea and
??coffee store located on the south side
Jot "Washington Square, to-day made an
-assignment with Merrltt Briggs as
I trustee, to be disposed of to the best
: interests of the creditors, between
..?Whom the proceeds shall be divided
.pro rata, all the stock'of goods, wares,
and merchandise, ntore fixtures, l.o
fgiDipr wltli books* und accounts. The.
amount't'r'issets Is unknown, w hile. Viie
liabilities areT3-tlue to the ..tallow?
ing creditors: W. M. T&pnrTtnmn, iOOti;
I,. It. nritt & Co., $60; W. U. Ferguson
& Co.. $40; B. Li. Sounders & Co., 50;
C. . Brenaman, $40; W. C. King. $30;
Fred. Kellar. $5; J. L. Ferrant & Co.,
120; O'berndorfer & Co., $25; Whltllng
& Wofler, $10. The- deed provides that
nftcr all the creditors shnll be paid in
lull, nnd the trustee shall have retained
his percentage, that if then; be remain?
ing funds in hand they shnll be paid
j to said T. C. Sparkman.
THE MOllMANS CONE.?The two
Mormon, divines who have been en?
gaged in missionary work around Suf?
folk to-day left for Chuckatuok, where
they had been summoned by letter for
spirltunl consultation with a gentle-j
Eian from that vicinity. They have us
yet made no converts to their belief
In Suffolk. Their residence Is in
Utah.
PROPERTY CONVEYED.?Those
Bargain and sale deeds were to-day put
on record in the County Clerk's office:
IV. S. Kllbv to Moses Randall, one lot
In Holy Neck district, $100; Ethelbert
' Butler, to Leonhart. Miller, one farm In
the county near Bockhorn. $800.
THANKSGIVING SERVICE.?The
Christian Endeavor Society held a spe?
cial thanksgiving service Sunday eve?
ning in the Christian Church lecture
room, L. W. Caulk presiding. Appro?
priate addresses were made by Rev. W.
J. Laine nnd S. E. Everett; ducts were
sung by Mrs. J. M. Butler and Miss
Lottie Lolziu, and a recital Ion was ren?
dered by little Miss Lilian Jones.
INFORMATION JFROM DR. STA
LEY.-Information is here to the effect
that Rev. W. W. Staley, D. D., pastor
of the Suffolk Christian Church, who
has been touring in Europe, Asia and
Africa for three mouths, left London
. on last Wednesday und will arrive this
week In time to officiate at his church
'He-?}. Sunday.
Attended the banquet.?Mr.
R. S. Boykln, senior member of the
insurance firm of R. S. Boykln & Co..
in response to an invitation from the
Equitable managers lo all agents who
.- have written a specified amount of life
:,- Insurance, left to-day for Richmond.
. where he will to-nlghl attend a banquet
In Jefferson Hotel.
j Constable Branch has not yet eitp
^TttJrcd the miscreants who robbed Henry
tegSyilklns Saturday, and for whose arrest
'?6he procured warrants.
Arrangements are being made for an
:' .elaborate fox bunt, which will occur
/j soon.
V.'"V.1 YV. H. Clark, of Gllutorton, Va.. spent
'Sunday with Ills wife's parents, Mr. and
...Mrs. A. B. Relief. Hill street.
Mr. D. H. Hatton, one of Suffolk's
most venerable citizens, >iad to-day
sufficiently recovered from his Illness
? to bo on the streets again.
R. S. Boykln & Co., for the Georgia
?; Home Insurance Company, have paid
to R. M. Driver, of Carrollton. Isle of
, Wight county. $1.180. tlint being the
amount of loss sustained by him on
residence and furniture In a recent lire.
Walter Jordan, Esq., chuirman of the
county Board of Supervisors, to-day
signed all the county warrants drawn
in favor of the elect Ion officials, who
acted in the lust general election.
J. P. Rives und w. M. Hrlttaln. of !
Hog "Wallow, are two addresses which
were to-dny Inscribed on the Commer?
cial Hotel register.
A. C. Dlggs, of Richmond, spent Sun?
day with friends and relatives in Suf?
folk.
The Trilby football club, composed
of young advocates of the game, have
[v, rented headquarters In the Smith block.
C. H. Pettus and W. G. Elam passed
Sunday with friends In Isle of Wight
county.
There will be a largo germnn in the
new armory hall on Thursday night,
to be given by the Suffolk Cotillon Club.
Mr. Burwell Riddlck. of Suffolk, who
Sias completed the Atlantic and Dan
t- vllle passenger depot in West Norfolk.
'-. Will this week begin the construct Ion
of a large warehouse at that point.
"The Tornado." a scenic production
by Lincoln J. Carter, will bo presented
at the City Hall Theatre Wednesday
, night.
In the county Jail there are now only
two inmates?the smullest number of
occupants that has been confined for a
long period.
ELIZABETH CITY, N.C.
Elizabeth City, N. a, Nov. 25.?(Spe
teial)?His Honor, C. W. Pettit, Mayor
m of Norfolk, is in the city on a short trip
Mr. W. J. Morgan, of Liberty. N. C
Bj formerly of this place, arrived here to
day to answer the summons of his fath
er, Mr. D. W. Morgan, who Is vcrv sick
.at his residence, on Fearing rtreet.
.iV, Mr. D. A. Morgan, who left here a
-short time ago to accept a position as a
Ti.'-'traveling salesman, is here on a short
jg: visit.
Mr. John W.. Evans, of Manteo. N. C.
ISie visiting friends In the First Ward.
, Miss Emily Hollowell, who has been
visiting her sister, in Brambleton, for
?some time, has returned home, her sis
,.ter, Miss Jesse Baker, accompanying
her.
A party of about a dozen men, from
::'. North Dakota, arrived here a day or so
& ago on a prospecting expedition. Their
Sivptirpose Is to buy several large tracts of
? land and start up the agricultural in
|; dustry in this section on a large scale,
(gilt has been reported that they have al
f^ ready bought a large part of the Hol
?ft lowell farm.
ft:1 Rev. Mr. Vost, of Cleveland. O., is
/ visiting his daughter, Mrs. R. O. Prey
: or, oil Park avenue.
&&, Rev. Mr. J. A. Ca stell preached his
WtaxewoM sermons yesterday at the New
E$v.Begun Creek and Union charges. His
jttljpartlng with the congregation was
r,;really affecting.
All glasses fitted by Dr. WECK guar
ViJ' JllttMd by. F. H. GALE, 152 Main SL
THE VIRGINIAN'S OAIU HINTS TO HOUSEKttPERS
BILL OF FARE FOR TU-WIORROW,
f tOI'TMHniT.I '
WEDNESDAY, NOV.127, 1895.
BUK A K FAST.)
Apples. Oatmeal. Smail Sausages.
Meat Toast. Browned Hominy.
Prunes. Bolls. \ ' Coffee.
DIN'NKR.
Beef Roast. Brown Gravy.!
Stcamvd Potatoes.
Lima Beans. Cnbbatfe Salad.
Quince Jelly. 1
' White and Giiiham Bread.
Yunkee Apple Pie. \ Checr,.\
SUl'PKH./
Lent Omelet. IButter Toast.
Giuliani Bread. Curranl Cakes. Tea.
CURRANT CyiKES.
One quart of Hour; <Ine pint sugar,
one-half pint currants/ heaping table
spoonful butter. Mix with milk to
make a soft dousli, roll one-half Inch
thick, cut In <y"-.es, bake In quick oven.
MEAT TOAST.
U'.-f/sllces of stale bread In beaten
>vgg and milk; try in butter. Roll slices
of beef In egg; fry a nice brown; lay
on the toa-st. Serve very hot.
In Curing
Torturing
Disfiguring
Skin Diseases
Works Wonders
BnM throughout lh? world. UriHlll d, poti F. jNtw
?taf k Sot*. I, K.in*-Kdw.rd.?t, London. }'<ilTr?
U?i o * Chemical C'oar., Iota l'top?., llciton, U. B. A.
CURES ALL SKIN
AND
BLOOD DISEASES.
Physicians endorse P. P. P. as a splen?
did combination, and prescribe It with
great satisfaction for the cure of all
forms and stages of Primary. Secondary
CURES RHEUHATISM.
and Tertiary Syphilis. Syphilitic Itheu
llllitlsm, Scrofulous Fleers and Sores,
Glandular Swellings, Kheuinatism, .Mala?
iin, Old Chronic Ulcers that have resist
TP CURES
? ? BLOOD POISON.
ed all trcutmcnt. Catarrh, Skin Diseases,
Ecsema, Chronic Female Complaints,
Mercurial Poison, Tetter, Scald Head,
etc., etc.
P.P.P. is an powerful tonic,and an excel
P P. P. "
CURES SCROFULA.
lent appetizer, building up the system
rapidly.
Ladles whose systems are poisoned nnd
whoso blood U in an Impure eundltion,
Cures
duo to menstrual Irregularities, are pecu?
liarly benefited by the wonderful tonic
and blood cleansing properties of P, P.
P., Prickly Ash, Poke Root und Potas?
sium
CURES DYSPEPSIA.
LiPPmfiN bros., Proprietors,
UFOTS, LIPPMH'S BLOCK, WIMM. G/l
Book on Blood Diseases mailed free.
-OUR
Furniture
!
Arc slocked with gotl.Ts and filled with
eui'on-.eri who are delighted with the
Stocka and pUased with the prices.
OUR VARIETY OF
Cloaks and Capes!
was small lait week for the large ll.tes
we usually carry, but we have received
fresh supplies by steamer and express,
and our stock now is tlie largest, linest
and cheapest we have ever had.
l iiiii 11.
Kos. 98 and rear of 92, 94,
??, 98, 100 and 102
Mala Street.
Men's Overcoats?Just come. Long Blue
and Black Kersey Coats.
Extra long, extra fine Irish Frieze Overcoats,
ft double iWeasted, made for heavy weather.
" These are the new Munster Coats that youl
* you won't see anywhere else ...
\l% Medium Weight" Overcoats, Light and
({% Dark Colors.
n% Men's Swits Conde Undershirts and Draw
(p ers, perfect goods: a job, and much
(fp below. All sizes,.
QMen'S Fine Natural Wool Shirts and Draw
> ers. A special sale,.
^Mother's Friend Patent Boys' Shirt Waists.
Closing out,.
5)MEN'S GLOVES?No stock in the city, we can safely
say, compares with ours. We have almost every?
thing in Gloves.
MENS DRESS SUITS FOR HIRE.
(h 102 Alfa St* Street.
(fl HIGH CLASS TAILORING. MODERATE PRICES.
For Setting Tires Cold
Old Tires reset without removing them from the wheels.
Tires set on the heaviest wagons while you wait, thus
saving long delays.
BETTER TH AN THE OLD WAY!
A Wonderful Machine and well worth seeing. We invite
I the public to call and see it at work.
A. Wrenn & ?
S-T 1*0 SO I T^IOTC <ST l-?J2 3v'i.\
__-~?^.-. MANUFACTURERS OF.--,
Pleasure Vehicles \ Business lagans
DON'T PASS ? GO OB THING!
There is no more complete assortment in this city than
our line of OVERCOATS, which are equal in lone, fit, etc., of
the products of Merchant Tailors and COST JL'ST ABOUT
ONE-HALF Till-: PRICE.
Don't think of buying until you have seen these goods, as
we will surely save you money.
BIETST ES 3F&"Sr'8,
1^7 MAIN STREET. SOUTH SIDK.
fit
c
IS
But \v n.n.v have SfMOOTII;SOFT SKINS and CLEAR
COMPLEXIONS, which are In themselves the tlrst
clement; ot HEAUTY, and which make the plainest
DU. CaIiPBELL'S SAFE ARSENIC
COMPLEXION WAFERS
and FOULD'S ARSENIC SOAP
cause the skin t., heeunie SOFT; SMOOTH and VEL?
VETY, and tho COMPLEXION Is made CLEARER
and WHITE I: hi the 11?.: of tho above WORLD^EA
MOUS It EM El ll.S
CAMPBELL'S SAFE ARSENIC WAFERS arc
a permanent hcntillller, minding up the wasted tissues
underlying ihf skin, thus preventing U10 formation of
WRINKLES, el ... ?!:? the porcH thoroughly Of their
secretion* and .,11 impurltlcd n-lilch find lodgement In
them.
EVERY LADY, voting or old, should use them.
FOifLirS ARSENIC SOAR Is a wonderful protection
to the skin from the ravages of tin- wind, sun and weather.
DR. CAMPBELL'S SAFE ARSENIC WaEERS and FOULD'S MEDICATED
ARSENIC SOAP are the only real ? .. ill .; n . coa1 FLEXION, SKIN and
FORM. The> are rinn.:.- v. ? lerful . FRECKLES. BLACKHEADS,
PIMPLES, VULOAR REDNESS, KOCH II YELLOW 01 muddy skin, und. In
faet. ALL bleml hi >. Whether ori tin FACE. NECK: ARMS or BODY. Wafers,
by mall, tl: six largi lioxes. |:>. Soup. We, Address all niall orders to 11. it.
FOULD, 2H si tu aveunc, New York
FOR SALE BY JOHN W. BURROW.
SAVED! SAVED!
Cried the buyer, clasping the dollar in his rocket book.
The reader of this can do the same by purchasing his or
her wants from the Great Hardware Depot of
white & mm, 151 mam street, n?, a
Coal Hods, Oil Stoves, Chafing Dishes. Shovels. Tongs
and all things to make housekeening happy: Hardware';
Paints, Oils, Mantles, Sash Doors ami Blinds"Mill Supplies
Pipes, Bicycles and Bicycle Sundries.
Grive Us a, Call I
Lafferty's
Complete Flour."
The Color is a bril?
liant white.- Nutty
flavor?-appetizing.
It has NO woody fiber, bran,
in it. It makes beautiful bread.
It is very rich, near 300 times
the best flour in the elements
that nourish the BRAIN, the
DIGESTIVE FLUIDS, the
TEETH and BONES. Consti
tion, brain fatigue, indigestion.
Irritable stomach and dyspep?
sia, caused by underfed and
starved organisms, are cured
by the simple and sensiblble
process of supplying the needed
nourishment to BRAIN,NERVE,
BILE, BONE. The healthy
ought to use it to escape these
diseases. It has been tested by
official analysis and by use.
We have heaps on heaps of let?
ters certifying It.s merits. ? The
THEORY Is sustained by actual
facts. A lot of "Complete Flour"
knowledge mulled on request.
"Complete Flour" Is sold In bags
?ind barrels^ Ask your grocer for
a trial bag, $1.
Dr. Hunter McGuIre, Richmond,
Vtt.i says: "Its value would be
HARD TO OVERESTIMATE."
For sole t?y
Tnvliii'it Iioynll. Xorfollc, Tn,
.1. It. Itrljrmi; 8f??rft?lU; Vs.
.1. .1. Itnifley. XoHitlk. Vn.
'I.. l.owo. \nrFnlb. Vi?.
?'. W. IItidK?H>H A ?To., l?orl?i
iii ii n I h . Vll.
Ilatiglierty ?v Nitr?lnughtPortM
mouth. Vn.
The Whittle und Sy<lnor <'o.,
Itn IiimoiicI. V?.
GREAT SALE
-FOR
STILL GOING OX AT THE
m Co.,
MEN'S, YOUTHS', BOYS'
AND CHILDREN'S
CLOTHINGT
The de? Idcd change In the temperature
Aill no.v cuu<e a big rush for these good4
The great reduction that we have made
in the
$40,000 Stock,
Which w is bought lately by u? of H. A.
HAS4LKTON .v CO., of New Y.orli, will
intensify lha demand. Prompt nctlon on
your part will save you money. It would
I,.- sti inge indeod if you could'nt appre?
ciate such values as these:
Men's Heavy Ruits, Double and Sin?
gle Breasted.!3K
Men's Strictly All Wool Cheviot
Suit.;, wholesale price $11.00. ;'. 10
Heavy Winter Cliiy Worsted Suits,
Hegenl <'ut ami Sack, regular
wholesale price $16.00.6 ?5
Oxford Mixed Winter Suits. Double
and Single Brcnsed, Cusslntero
lined, wnoleiale price $10.00. 7 5'.
Men's Overcoats, Heavy Blue Beaver,
Double Warp, Italian lining.B 50
ii" importei Germanin Overcoats., 7 Co
1.00 French 'Hack Cheviot Over?
coats . r, 75
flO.Vl Oxford Mixed Overcoats. I 7.i
Men's Fin .-si Quality Vicunas, Mel?
tons and Kerseys. Blue and
I '.lack, lined with Skinner's BUK,
Raw Edge, 3-Inch Velvet Collar,
wholesale price. $20.00. S 7.".
Men's Heavy Winter Pantaloons_ 1 0C
Strletlj All Wool Black and nine
Cheviot J .1 00
Harris' Cnssltnerc Pants, wholesale
price $3.50 . 2 CO
Yiung Men s Dark Gray Overcoats,
wholesale price . 3 25
Chlldr it's Overcoats and Ulsters,
nindu In lu st-class style, whole?
sale price 13.75. 1 Ci
Children's Suits, from 4 to is years of
ii ge .'. 90
Double Breasted, Well Made, Elastic
Waist Build, All Wool. 1 40
Double Bredsled Rough Cheviots,
Ulue and Black. 1 65
Double Breasted, Double Sealed llllll
Kneei. 20 styles li> select from_2 20
Genuine Scotch Cheviot Suits?14 tol9
years -Double and Single Breast?
ed, manufactured of ubsoluu-lv
Pure Wool Material. 3 75
Children's Suits and Reefers
in Large Variety.
SALE NOW GOING ON AT TUB
Co..
89 Wain St., Norfolk. Va.
OPEN EVRfCINGS TILL 9 P. M.; SAT
i ft DAYS UNTIL 11 P. M.
THE CELEBRATED WRITER!
Marin Corclll has favored us
with "The Borrows <n" Satan."
beautifully bound and rumored
to be h ii" very best work.
"The Doom's," sequel to Laura
Doune, complete, in one dainty vul
ume,fl.25.
"Auld i.ri'ir Syne/' by author of
'.'Beside >tho IJonnie Brier Boush,"
is ii story that you will enjoy.
Many new attractions this week
at
Nusbaum's, 128 Main Street.
AVCTIOX NALEN-FlirURE DAY.
W. M. Hannah, Auctioneer.
BY VIRTUE ?F A DEED OK TRUST
made to me by J. J. Batten, et ux.,
bearing dute on the twelfth day of April,
In the year elgthteen hundred and nlnety
rniir'. ????! rwor.led I? Deed 'took 112b, paue
200 or the Clerk's office of the Corporation
Court of the City of Norfolk, und at the
request of the creditors therein secured,
I shall sell ut public auction at the Nor?
folk R?ul Estate Exchange, No. 115 Main
street, Norfolk, Virginia, on FRIDAY,
THE) BIXTU DAY of December, eigh?
teen hundred and ninety-live, at 12 m., the
following propel ty, to-wlt:
All that certain lot of land, with the
buildings and Improvements thereon, sit?
uated In Atlantic City Ward, of the City
of Norfolk, Virginia, being known as lot
number Ten <10) on plat of said ward. In
square No. 2, fronting on the north
sldo of Avenue "A," twenty-live (25) feet,
und extending back between parallel
lines one hundred and twenty feet to a
lane.
TERMS:?Cash. ?
F. A. PORTER,
Trustee.
W. M. HANNAH.
no2ij-td3 Auctioneer.
John C. Nlenieycf, Auctioneer.
M OMMISSIONER'S SAI.E OP A VAL
v> IJAPLE FARM.
Hy virtue of n decree entered on the
22il day of November, 1895, in the. Circuit
Court of Norfolk county, tu n curtain
C8?M In Chancery therein now depending,
wherein Charles Held & Son, who sue,
etc., arc plaintiffs, and Margaret S. WI1
klns. et al., .ire defendants, the undersign?
ed special commissioner will offer for sale
at pnhllc utiotion on TH'JUSOAY. the
fith day of December, 1S9S, al 12 o'clock
in., in front of Ilm Norfolk county court?
house. In the city of Portsmouth, Vu.,
the following property, to-wlt:
THAT CERTAIN TRACT OF BAND,
conlilintllir 4? acres, more or less, lying on
the Si-well's Rjint roud, lu the county nf
Norfolk, and adjoining the lauds of Hen?
ry Tal hot, Mrs. Louisa Carson, and others,
being the same upon which \V. Henry
\Vltkins rcrti-lod at the time of tils death.
Further information as to the lines of
said land will he furnished upon appli?
cation to the undersigned.
Terms: One-third cash; balance In one
and two y-ir<; deferred payments to hear
Interest at the rate of r, iier centum per
nhnuni, and to be secured by deed of tiu.-t
to he drawn and recorded at expense 1
nf the purchaser, who on compliance with
the terms or sale shall be entitled to re?
ceive a conveyance of the premises with
special warranty of title. Purchaser to
lie at liberty to anticipate any or all of the
deferred payments.
JOHN NEEI.Y.
Rpeclnl Commissioner.
I, L. M. Silvester, clerk of the Circuit
Court for Norfolk county, do certify that
bond required in the above described yult
has been duly given.
Teste:
L. M. SILVESTER, Clerk.
Nov. 22, 1S93. no 23-tds
JOHN C. NIEMEYER,
Auctioneer.
By Sharp & Ownlhmcy.
EXECUTOR'S SA1.K of A DESIRABLE
KAUM NEAR M IIIO CITY
OF NORFOLK.
By virtue of the power vented in me by
the last will und testament of Sarah A.
M. Turner, de-:eused, and in pursuance of
the decree construing said will, entered
by the Circuit ('ouri of Norfolk county,
at the Septeinhei term, 1895, in the chan?
cery suits of the citizens' Bank of Nor?
folk, Va., vs. 10. R. Tatem and others,
and of L". Harinansjii, executor, etc., vs.
Virginia K. 'Prower' and others, I shall.
is executor of the said Sarah A. M. Tur?
ner, sell at public auction at the Real
Estate Exchange, IIS .Main street, In the
:lty of Norfolk, at noon on THUH8DAV,
the 5th day of December, 1&95, to the hlgh
*t bidder, the tract of land. With the h?i
provements thereon, known as tiie
?TATEM FARM," lieautlfully located
on the Eastern Uinnh of Hie Elisabeth
er. ami b log not more than two
miles nn.l by ttuiipike and not exceeding
me mile by water route from said city,
ind is supposed io contain thirty acres,
more or le?*. itnd is bounded on the north
by the said Eastern Hranchi on tin- east
Ivy the hind Of B. F. Wilson, on the south
by Indian River Turnpike, und on the
.test by the land of a. .f. Newton. The
?uid property will be sold In gross and
not by the acre.
TERMS: Three thousand dollars of
the purchase money to be paid In cash:
the balance in two equal liistalments.evl
drnecd by the bonds 01 the purchaser,
payable to me as executor, the lirst In
.-lx months and the oilier in twelve
months fr.un the day of sale, and carry?
ing Interest from the ist of January,1S9G,
ivnen the term of the present tenant will
?xplre; and a deed of trust at the expense
of the purchaser will be required to se
?urt- the deferred payments; or the pur
baser mny nay the whole purchase
money In cash.
L. IfARMANSON,
Executor of Sarah A. Si. Turner, de?
ceased.
SHARD & GWATIIMEV,
A iictloueers.
November 12, ISM. no2t-tds
By Hi I.. Pa?e ~& Ca~ Re.-i ~ E-tatc Auc?
tioneers, No. 1G Bank street.
PURSUANT TO THE FOLLOWING
? deeds of trust, duly recorded In the
Clerk's olllce of Norfolk county, Va., and
ill the rennest of Die creditor therein se?
cured, I will sell at public auction at the
Norfolk Itenl Esli.te and sink Exchange,
No. II". Mail. Sinei. Norfolk. Va.. al 12
o'clock m. THURSDAY December tilt,
iSKi, lie1 following properlv, lo-wit:
First -A 1.1. THAT CERTAIN FRAME
HOUSE AND l.i ?T. situated on the north
side of Corprew nveiiae, hi iween Railroad
and Cecelia avenues. Said lot is 2lNft7'.
feet to 10-fOOt lane. House contains .
room?. Deed of (rust made by W. I,.
Roberts and wife by deed dated July 2d.
lS:ii. anil duly recorded In deed book 171,
Second?ALL THAT CERTAIN LOTQF
LAND. Situated on the south side of I.
Street, between O'KcefC and Hunter
si n ets. Said let Is 30x105. House eon
Inltis 7 rooms Deed of trust made by
Ohas. H. Robinson und wife, by deed
dated August 23d; 1895, and recorded hi
di eil iiook i'.d, page HS.
Third-ALL THAT CERTAIN LOT OF
LAND, situated on (he north side of
I Carey uvimuc, between llnnson und
Mnlthy'nvenues: lot 2e.\7ri feet. House
contains :i rooms. Deed of trust made liy
Louis M ingellctto, ilated May 29, IS9a,
and recorded in deed book IN, page ilk,
TERMS-HOne-thlrd cash; halnnee in one
and two years at ?! per cent. Deeds of
Bust drawn and reeoidcd at the expense
of the purcha-i.-r.
OEO. W. DEV.
Trustee.
II. L. FACE & Co..
no2l-tdft Auctioneers.
OiUhritrVi English Dlomomt llrnnfl, *
Orlclnnl anil Onlj ?cuiitn
i.? . LADies ?..
IHiitf In Tor CMear?i?r'? KmfUta Ma
n,n,l /Irani/ lu ltnl ?od .: J ru<i?l
Iis hoir?, ?<alcJ vrllli blu* rl'.-tioa
Tnlir iionltu r. BOH?* 1mm$u*m. -
?i.'.iMi.n ml and imitation: AI llrnfllllS
or ,esd I.- , . -en.-i. r. ri iitknUrl,Ultima,
>.:,:? ?r.d ?? Ilellrf fur LllHr.." (?> ??"??>
br rtturn Mull. lO.UUO Tcilimoalllm,
? i A.inr Paytr.
I'htrhrnf rr Can Ira! Co., Mutllion Sqnnrc,
Sold u? ?Ui.<Kf UiDifUta. I'hlladu., CO.
For Over Fifty Years
MRS. WINS LOW'S
SOOTHING SYRUP
has been used for children Wfcilo teething.
It soothes the child. sotto:i.t i?SU '/tints, al
lays all pain, cures wind eo. _\ regulates ]
the stomach and bowels, and Is tho best i
remedy for dluirlioea. Twenty-five cents |
a bottle. Sold by all druggists througnottt j
the world.
AUCTION HALES?THIS DAT. ^
By J. H. Vulentlnci General Auctioneer,
R. R. Morris, Asslsunt, 3S Bank
Street.
I ARGE AND ATTRACTIVE SA EE OF
L- Furniture, Carpets, Rugs, IMcttircs,
Stoves. Cricket y. Glassware, lUO Mat?
tresses. Pianos. Organs, etc., at our auc?
tion house, on TUESDAY MORNING,
November the 26th, at 10 o'vlock. Ladled
especially invlleil to nttrml sale.
J. H. VALENTINE.
General Auctioneer.
R. R. MORRIS,
no24-2t Assistant.
TRUSTEE'S SALE OF A VALUABLE
HOUSE AND LOT AT WEST
NORFOLK.
By virtue of a deed of trust dated Juno
i.ivc, executed by George AV. Washer
and Amelia C, his wife, to Hie undersign?
ed, and duly recorded in the Clerk's otllco
of Norfolk County Va., (b. 174. p. 30), and
being required so to do by the creditor
theruln secured, I ?littII sell at public auc?
tion, on the premises, on TUESDAY", thu
2iilh day of November. IS!*.",, ai 10 O'clock
u. m.,l.ot No. CIS, Fourth avenue, aa
laid ?Iowa on Grimes it Hargrove's map
of West Norfolk, with the buildings and
Improvements thereon, consisting of a
dwelling house aim bake oven.
TIC RMS?Cash sulllehiit to pay tho
costs ami expenses of sale, nnd delin?
quent taxes, if any,. In the day Of stile,
and tjie sum of $142, with Interest there?
on from January I, 1SA5, und $39, with In?
terest thereon ft cm July 1, 159,1. and tho
balance upon the following credit: $139 on
January 1, 1<W; };!0 on Julv 1, I !*; $i:!'i on
January J, 1S97; $33 on July I, $133 on
January 1, lbltS, and $1,030 on July 1. lS'JS.
WM. W. OLD.
nolG-tds Trustee.
y ALU ABLE PROPERTY FOR SALE.
By virtue of an order made by His
Honor. L. L. Green. Judge at the fall
term of the Superior Court of Hertford
county. N., C, In the ault of T. P. Green
against the Ishaui Lumber Company,
term of the Superior Court of Hertford
said Hertford county, N. C we will, on
TUESDAY, the 2r,th day of November,
1895, on the premise i ;il Tunis, N. C, sell
at public unction, to th"> highest bidder;
the following real and personal property
belonging to the said Isham Lumber
Company, to-wlt: a lot tit." BAND at
Tunis, N. C. on which the saw mill, dry
kilns, etc.. of tin- said [sham Lumber
Company are located, the saw mill, en?
gines, boilers, fixtures, belts, shaftings,
pulleys, dry kilns und all llxlurcs thereto,
and all the machinery und properly of
every description al Tunis. X. C. belong?
ing to said Ishant Lu in bur Company: .iisn
all the interest, title and estati of said
Isham Lumber Company In und to it pur
eel or trai t uf land, with ihre.- i i nicu
new frame buildings thereon, Hing on
the south side of the public road hading
Iron: Wintim, N. C adjoining the lands
of W. D. Mr.Olaiighan. nnd the right of
way of the Norfolk and Carolina railroad
and others. h"lil by virtue of an agree?
ment !?>? purelmso with .1. R. Rare
TERMS OF SALK are as follows:
One-third <i-;i of ntirchaso money in
cash, one-third (1-3) in three months and
bill a nee In six months, with right In pur?
chaser to untlcipato payments. Title re?
tained until purchase money is paid In
full. The whole property Is to be kept
Insured by tho purchaser under tho direc?
tion of the receivers fm- better security.
This, the 23d of October, IMC
.IVO. E. V \ NN.
WM. E. GULLENS,
AttTIOX WALKS fr'IWUHK l> IV.
II V VIRTUE OK A CURTAIN DEIS 111
I) of tins;, hearing data Aligu-.il ild,
litis, .-ir.il duly of record in tho Clerk's of
ilee of Norfolk County Court, and ot
the request ?o the creditor therein se?
cured, I shall sell nt public au Ihm, in
front of the Norfolk County Coti (house
tloor, Portsmouth, Va , at il! o'clock ni.?
mi FRIDAY, tli- jBlth lay of Noviinber.
ISUft, the following property, m-wli:
AM, THAI' CURTAIN I'IF.i 1:5 OR.
PARCRI. Ol?' LAND situated in the
county of Norfolk, Va., eoni iiiiiiit; I y
estimation M 1-" nerei, an i l.ouilili I and
described as follows: im the i orih by
the lands of K.i id.ill ".! lev; ?>n the south
by 111..- lands o| Watt and Steide ;. Wil?
liams: in. the vvesi l?v Tln?"t.hv Chcr.v,
it ltd on 11.list by Now Mill Crifclk, It
? ??in-: tl,< same prniarU which was n
VVed to \V. It. Rodg.-ra |,v V. Ii . !?.?!
evil. i-,,vt?,-. bv dee.) h.i.-i .rune -".;)\ IV.*.
T) EMS CASH.
nor' 'us _ W.U. T OLD. Trustee.
pl'IM.IC SAl.i: hi' A \ALUAU1.G
I WATER GRIST .M11.1. AND 25
ACRES OF LAND AT I"ACH?
ED IN G It EENVILLE,
S T A 'l' K () F
VIRGINIA.
By virtue of a decree entered In the
chancery' suit of Panell and others vs.
Manning and others, at the April : rm
1S91 of the Circuit i unit of the count) .if
Greenville. 1 shall proceed to ??? it at pub?
lic auction, in the town of Ethporla, on
the I'd d iy of l>i.mher, IMKi, ith.it hi lug
Oroonavilli; County Court day.) n Water
Crist Mill and Tweiiiy-five Acres of
Land, more or less, attached Uicreou.
This properly is considered very valua?
ble, owing to the line waiei power and
railroad facilities. The Hitchcock branch
of tin- Atlantic and l.tauville railroad run?
ning in a few hundred yards of the prop?
erty, and it being located in olio mile of
Emporla, a town of l.COO inhabitants.
Parlies desiring such property will find
it to their interest to i xanilno tin- same
before the day <,r sale.
TERMS OK BALE?One-third cash:
balance mi a credit of one, two and threo
years from day of sale, purchaser execu?
ting three notes with Interest from date,
payable In one, two and three years after
their doles, respectively. Title retained
until the purchase money is fully pnld.
W. SAMUEL Ot ii '1 AWN.
Commissioner.
October 29. Ufr, nc.SH vye-4w
\UtlEREAS. IT rs~~DEEMED :EXPE
?I dient and lor the best Interests ol ihn
cltv of Norfolk ami the ptiblic in general
that Moseley sue t sliotild tu- grn.h
curbed anil guttered with wcod and shell!
from Chapel street east in Hie bridge at
the western end of Hlghand avenue,
Lhercfore
lt.- it resolved by the Common und Se?
lect Councils of the city of Norfolk, a ma?
jority of all members elected to euch
i iouncll concuri ing:?
First?That It Is expedient that Moscly
?treel from Chapel street eest, to the
bridge at the western end of Highland
avenue !>?? graded, curbed and guttered
with wood ami shell-; according to :lio
plan and estimate ot the city Engineer
Sei (inii?That tin- work of grading,
curbing and guttering with wood and
shells. Hie said Misery strc.t be under
the supervision of tin- Hoard of Street,
Sewer and Drain Commissioners.
Third -Tb it one-half of tin costs of tho
said work i-e u-ws.ti i against the owners
of real estate abutting on Hie snld street
I'tftmi Chapl street rant to tin- bridge at
the western end of Highland avenue, ic?
( Ording tu the i uniting foot, that is l-> sav
Hint tin- owners of real estate abutting on
the north side of the said strci I from
Chapel street cast, in tin- bridge at the
w estern end -if Hlghand av< ntie. shall he
uHSessed wii!i orto-cprirl ir of the costs of
Hie work needrdhiii to the rainmu- foot,
und i in- OWners ol rehl estate mi thu)8oolh
side of the sill street from Chapel street
east, lo the bridge at He- western end of
Highland avenue shall he assessed with
one-quarter of the costs of the said wor!f
according to the running foot, and tho
remainder, one-half of tie- expense of the
said work, shall he paid out of the pub?
lic Trot ".m y.
Fourth?Th.il public net Ice ot these res?
olutions be given by publishing the same
In two or limn- newHpiipers published in
the cliy of Norfolk fur a period of twen?
ty days.
Adopted by the Com men Council No
vom her Slh, IS,).V?i'j iiji -, nays
JOHN L. ROPER,
President Common 'Council.
Adopted by tie- Select Council Novem?
ber 12th, IS35?9 ny- s, naj -.
JAMES I.. WINSTON,
President Select Council,
Teste:?
W. W. HUNTER, City Treasurer.
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