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ALL PARTIES UNITED
Th8 Re-EftcllBg the Nominees of tlie Demo?
cratic Caucus for State Office?,
A NIGHT FERRY FOR THE TWIN CITIES.
Mr. Bland the Sponsor of This Much
Seeded Acconimodntjon ? Mr.
Cook?, or Norfolk. Will Probably
Ifcnd tlic Fliinucr Committee?
Major Foster Introduces n mil.
RicHmond, Va? Dec. $.?(Special.)?
The two branches of the Legislature
spent over hulf the time they were In
session to-day In electing State officers,
' whose terms expire on the first of next
January. All of the nominees of the
Democratic caucus were elected, as a
matter of course. They received every
vote cast In either House by Demo?
crats, Republicans. Populists and In?
dependents, except that of Mr. Wulc
(Rep.), who voted for Col. W. C. Klam,
for Secretary of the Commonwealth!
The nominating speeches were nil short
and to the itoint. The occasion Is not
recalled when all the State ollicrrs were
ever before rtOimlnated by acclama?
tion and elected without opposition.
The Senate will he In session io-mor
row, when the committees will probably
be announced, but the House adjourned
over until Monday. Speaker Ryan bus
made up the list of his committees, sub?
ject,however, to Eome changes that may
be made before they are announced. It
Is understood that Mr. Saunders will
ngnln preside over the Committee for,
Courts of Justice: Mr. Randolph Harri?
son, over Privileges and Flections, and
Mr. Cooke. over Finance. Mr. Harri?
son Is serving his second session, lie Is
iCroni Lynchburg, and Is one of the ublest
and most clever members of the House.
a ? ?
Mr. Bland, of Portsmouth, In the
House, offered a bill to Incorporate the
?Elizabeth Night Ferry Company, having
for Its object the transportation of
freight and passengers, between Nor?
folk, Portsmouth and Berkley, after the
steam ferry of Portsmouth and Nor?
folk ceases running at night, and which
will In no way conflict with the ferry
now in vogue, and It Is also made plain
that when the ferry now plying be
?tween the two cities extends Iis hours
of service to the public, thai that part
of the charter shall be null and void."
.' It further provides for a ferry com?
posed of launches propelled by steam,
electricity or nnptha, to ply between
! Berkley. Lambert's Point and pinner's
.' Point, the canltal stock not to be more
than $5,000. The Incorporatars are: Wil?
son Reed, R. TO. H. Stewart, Chns. T,
Bland. J. F. Newberne, M. D. Bast
wood and J. A. Wallace.
o ? ?
The bill that Senator Wlckham Is
?eald to have prepared with a view
to securing a more satisfactory elec
'rtion law. will, it la said, make sweep
Sing changes In the Walton net. It will
'abolish entirety the constable feature.
At the last session Mr. Wlckham was
an earnest advocate of the Walton
bill. The convention that renomlnatcd
him adopted resolutions In favor of
? a ?
Mr. Berkley, by request, offered a
bill to amend section of the Act In refer?
ence to the assessment of taxes on per?
sona, property, and Incomes, etc.. so as
to provide that "no tax shall he assesed
iipon the capital stock of any bank or
banking association organized under
the authority of this State or of the
United States, but the stockholders in
nuoh banks or banking associations
shall be' assessed and taxed on the
.?value of their shnrcs of stock therein
[HA. the same rate assessed upon other
moneyed capital In the hands of In?
dividuals residing In this State." From
ithe value of the stock, ascertained In
tbe prescribed manner." shall be de?
ducted the value of nil shares of capi?
tal or either corporations owned by
said bank or banking association, the
;property of which corporators are
otherwise taxed, and shall also deduct
the value of all other property owned
by said bank or banking association
Which Is otherwise taxed." It will be
the duty of the banking Institution to
:pay the tax imposed before the 1st dav
. o ? ?
fflKil'.The specfial joint committee nppotnt
jw&^ed at the last session with reference to
Sf^the adjustment of the public debt of
jp&j'West Virginia, will meet at (he Ex
change Hotel on the ICth of this month
to prepare a report to the General As
BKVsombly. It Is protty well known that
!?v. the committee has failed to accomplish
8$>:the object for which It was appointed.
SSi'. The following gentlemen confititute
Bp'-the committee: Dolcgntes Moon (chnlr
pviman), Downing, and Randolph Hnrri
S: son; Senators Kerry, Flood, am.' Wlck
jf?jfti?ra. and Judge W. F. Rhea, who was
S&r/appolnted by the Governor Mr. Joseph
?,>:.-. Button Is secretary.
pb' Mr. Newberne to-day presented In
f?'. the House a bill for the relief of J. N.
|\' Eason, of Norfolk county.
? ? ?
V A measure was Introduced by Mr.
?y .- Cooke amending the charter of the Em
S; plre Transportation Company so as to
fe ' extend the time to June, 189fi, In which
gi: the requirements of tlie charter may be
Mr. Foster, of Norfolk, and Mr. Bry
Jgb'^.&nt, of Richmond, each Introduced bills
m. ,,to regulate the sale of goods marked
?;.. "sterling silver," "coin" or "coin sll
m;'-:yw." The object of these measures is
to prevent the sale of bogus goods un
der these names.
Delegate Smith offered a bill malt
^f-lng certain umendrnents In the char
f, ter of Cape Charles.
Xn the House Mr. Barker, of South
!??).:' aanpton, offered a bill to amend section
gS?'898o of the code so as to restrict the
*2&;..rlght to apply for bail to the court in
B8&V'l? " the Priso"er Ik held for trial, and
HHKthe courts in regular order of appeal
t^;.therefrom. if the bill becomes a law
BS&ir prevent sucli proceedings as oc
?Bg?SUrred in the notorious "gold brick"
KPf'Sas? \n Richmond some months ago. It
fSj^;will be remembered that Smith, alias
Mjiv. Barker, was carried before several
^..Judges and finally Judge Christian, of
Ktfcfrfw .Kent,, balled him. The man for
jjjgfc felted his bond of $7,500.
hBBlV ' ? ? ?
SKfe Mr: Catr>- of Accomac, in the Scn
HHeI^.^?" ?yn. ln?tro'i,1('<"-l a hill to amend
Mffiectlon 2224 of the code in relation to the
nKm?nlbltlon of marriages within cer
BBKHM" degrees. B makes lflegal and valid
HHSflKa man to many an aunt of his
?ffiagHRner, *'"". bis brother's widow, or
tnfc Widow of his brother's or sister's
or ate uncle's widow.
Delegate Bryant offered a, bill dis?
pensing with the necessity of kissing
the Bible in taking oath, permitting
instead that person can raise his hand
and then take the oath, thus doing
away with the kissing of some of the
books which are not always neat and
clean In some of our magistrate's courts.
? ? ?
Dr. J. M. McBrvde. president of the
Agricultural and Mechanical College at
Blacksburg, is stopping at the) Ex?
change, on a visit here la the Interest
of legislation for the college. Among
the changes It Is talked of having the
vacation In the summer Instead of in
the winter months. Many advantages
would be obtained by this. The agri?
cultural department would be improved,
the table made better and board cheap?
er. The winters at Blacksburg now are
said to be very severe. The principle
objection Is that the attendance for
the first few years would fall off con
sldcrably. Another object of the Doc?
tor's visit Is to arrange some plan by
which the students can be In Richmond
in a body during the Confederate re?
There will be held at the Jefferson
Hotel otjjttbe 10th of December an Im
poriant Vreellng of the Southern States
Freight Association. This assloclatlnn
Is composed of the freight and tralllc
managers of all the railroad lines In
the Southern States. The territory
covered by this association may be said
to be that country between the Potomac
liver on the north, the Atlantic Ocean
on the east, (he Gulf of Mexico on the
south and the Mississippi river on the
west, ;und the Important matter of
rates Is considered by It at every meet
The Confederate Museum in the old
Jefferson Davis mansion will be for?
mally opened In January, with a recep?
tion, at which Mrs. Davis and Miss
Winnie Duvis are expected to be pres?
The minority members of the Legis?
lature held a lengthy caucus to-night.
Previously the Steering Committee were
in session three hours. Several speech?
es were made to-night on the line of
policy to be pursued, but plans have not
been fully developed.
ELIZABETH CITY, N.C.
Elisabeth City, N. C Dec. 0.?(Spe?
cial.)?Mr. E. B\ Aydlett has returned
from a short business trip to Washing?
ton. N. C.
There was quite a crowd at the Epis?
copal bazaar last night, and every thins
passed oil' nicely. The patronage of the
refreshments was very liberal.
Mr. Willoughby C. Simons and Miss
Addison, of Perqulmnns county, were
married at the Methodist Church yes?
terday by the Rev. J. H. Hall, pastor.
A family of Italians have taken up
their abode over Mr. W. T. Dove's mar?
ket, on Main street, und are making and
soiling on the streets some very pretty
The Messrs. Hathaway Bros, are at?
tracting quite a crowd to their place
of business, on Water street, to see
their handsorce display of holiday
goodB, which they have on exhibition
in their windows.
Empoiia, Va., Dec. G.?(Special.)?Mr.
J. E. West, a prominent young Insur?
ance man of Suffolk, wus in town this
Mr. P. D. Camp, of Franklin, Is In
town to-day en route home from Rich?
mond, where he has been attending the
missionary meeting of the Baptist
A QUIET MARRIAGE.?Mr. 10. L.
BurrUSS and Miss Sallie Hen. Tlllar
were quietly married at the home of
the bride yesterday at 5:30 p. m. in
the presence of the family. The cere?
mony was performed by Rev. V. 1'An
son, the bride's uncle. The groom Is a
prosperous young farmer and the bride
a daughter of Mr. B. D. Tlllnr, who at
)>i?; death was vice-President of the
Atlantic and Danville railroad.
A PAINFUL ACCIDENT
Mr. F. F. Partridge, of Petersburg, Badly
Hurt While at Work.
ON THE ROAD FOR TWELVE WEEKS.
C'npt. McCabo Delivers ^nn Interesting
Address?Rev. it. T. Wilson Occn
?>lc? His Neu Home?Three BontlctI
Wnrrhousea to ,JBe Established?
I.el't for Atlrmtu.
Petersburg. Vn? Dec. C?(Special)?
Copt. W. Gordon McCube, of Klchmond,
the retiring (?mmander of A. P. Hill
Camp of Confederate Veterans of Pe?
tersburg, delivered a most interesting
address befcu-e the camp last night.
Itev. P. T. Wilson, who at the recent
Rcsslon of the Virginia Conference was
transferred to the pastorate of Market
Street M. E. Church. In thls,.clty, has
removed his family to the parsonage, on
the corner of Liberty und Byrne streets,
where lie and his family were tender?
ed a reception last night by the mem?
bers of the Church, who also supplied
Mr. Wilson's lnrder most abundantly.
The regular monthly meeting of the
Baptist Sunday School Association of
Petersburg and EtUick, Chesterfield
county, will be held on next Sunday
afternoon nt West End Church. An
address will be delivered by Rev. A. J.
Frlstoe, pastor of the Second Baptist
Mr. Chrales l.undle, who was so se?
riously injured some days ago by the
falling of a shed ut Turner's brick
yard, In Chesterfield county. Is Improv?
ing. He Is now ut the Home for the
Sick In this city.
The Executive Committee of the
State Central Hospital held its regular
monthly meeting to-day at the hospital
and transacted routine business.
Among the applicants for the Secre?
taryship of the Young Men's Chris?
tian Association, of this place Is Mr.
Richard Scott, a son ? of Mr. Richard
C. Scott, of Petersburg. The board
of directors /of the Association! will
hold a meeting on next Thursday
to discuss the question of the election
of a secretary.
Police Ullioer R. P. Raffland thu-s
gone to Atlanta, C.a.. to look for the
negro Richard Davis, who is wanted
here for murder.
About the 1st of next month three
bonded warehouses will be established
In Petersburg exclusively for export
tobacco. The warehouses Will bp un?
der the supervision of the Government
and will be used by Messrs; David
Dunlbp, George Cameron & Brother,
and Watson ft McOlll.
Mr. E. Hamlet, with his wife and live
children, arrived here to-day en route
to Clnromont. They came from Clay?
ton county. Iowa, and are travelling In
two}, two" horse wagons. They have
been on the road for twelve weeks.
Mr. P. V. Partridge, head carpenter
of the Richmond nnd Petersburg rail?
road, met with a painful accident to?
day at Dunlop's Station, In Chester
Held county, two miles from Petersburg.
He was on n pole car and while the car
was running at a considerable rate of
speed the poles with which the car was
helnp shoved slipped and struch him
In the breast, knocking him nbout
thirty feet. It was at tlrst thought that
his breast bone hnd been broken, but
such, however, proved not to he the
ense. A physician was telegraphed for
and Dr. H. O. Leigh, Jr.. attended the
A >e\v Spccil Iteeoril.
Cleveland. <).. Dec. 6.1?December ?ftth
the Big Pour Company will endeavor
lo establish n new record for speed.
On thai day seven Waffner sleepers
loaded with Cleveland school tachers,
will leave for Atlanta. The Tlly: Fom
has placed at their dlspnsnl the fastest
engines und liest engineers, it is tin
Intention to break the record of the re
cent Chamber of Commerce train to At
the new shortening, like all other things
must be rightly used if you wish the best
results. Never, in any recipe, use more than two-thirds as
much Cottolene as you used to use of lard. Never put Cot
tolene in a hot pan. Put it iu when cold and heat it with
g the pan. Be careful not to burn Cottolene. To test it, add a
S drop of water; if hot enough, it will pop. Cottolene, when
? rightly used, delights everyone. Get the genuine, sold every
? where in tins, with trade-marks?"Cottolene" and steer's head
# in cotton-plant wreath?on every tin. Made only by
g THE X, K. PA1RH?KK CO.MI'ANV, ST. I.oris und CHICAGO.
The Popular Song^
FREE DISTRIBUTION at the GREAT HARD?
XA/hite & Dodson
151 Main Street.
EST" Watch this space every day." _
C<XXXXXXXXWOOOCOOOOOOOOOOOCOCXX)OCOOOOO oo ooooooooooooo
Try My Dry Slab Wood T
THE BEST AND CHEAPEST WOOD IN THE CITY.
? G. S. BRIGGS,
8 Yard East End Falkland and Charlotte Sts. Down Town Office No. 48
g Commerce St. Phones 494 and 792.
Her Father, Her Boy and Herself Praise
Paine's Celery Compound,
Women preachers, ns well >.?? womon
lawyers, women voters, women 'oloy
cllsts and women In business are mak?
ing it more and more apparent Clint
"the gentler sex," Is not necessarily
"the weaker sex," morally, mentally
Rev. Mrs. Lydia (Tollman is an exam?
ple of the womanly woman whose In?
fluence for good in the community Is on
a par with that of the manly man.
She Is not one of that silly class of
persons who,, broken down In henlth
by mental or bodily strain, not quite
sick enough to be abed, put off think?
ing seriously Of netting well.
' Improperly ' nourished nerves and
poor blood snon pile up a desperate
I number of disorders.
On the other hand, when reduced
health and splrltH nre early recognised
and courageously taken In hand at
once, when Paine's celery compound
Is used to restore the integrity of the
nerves and blood, no further trouble Is
to he feared.
Pulne's celery compound at once cor?
rects any unhealthy condition of the
nervous system. It forwards the rich?
est elements of growth to every nerve
cell and the remotest nerve thred
throughout the body.
Paine's celery compound positively
ami permanently cures every form of
nervous debility and exhaustion?mel?
ancholia, hysteria, headaches, dyspep?
sia, neuralgia and disordered heart and
The great number of cnthuslastlCUU
studied testimonials from men and wo?
men living in widely-separated States
Is one of the best evidences of how
P.nlne'fl celery compound is regarded
all over the country.
Woman's peculiar life brings a lan?
guor and llstlessness that are liest met
by Palhc'S celery compound. The dis?
pirited condition, the backaches, the
neuralgic headaches, the sleeplessness
and nervous debility, that so frequent?
ly attack women when their blood Is
robbed of Its vitality Is soon dispelled
when Paine's celery compound is used.
Mrs. Collman, writing October 110
from her home, 157 Scott street, Wll
kesbarre, Penn., says:
"Fully appreciating the benefits from
the use of Paine's celery compound. I
I recommend It to others. Suffering
I from sleeplessness nnd nervous debll
' ity, I was persuaded to use this truly
I greatest of remedies. Although 1 can
have every medicine from my brothers,
the druggists here, 1 gave Paine's cel?
ery compound a trial, and must ron
feiH only to my benefit. My only boy.
four years old, was also treated with
it. and his nervousness.lias disappear?
ed. My father. Rev. C. Ktichn. with
whom I live, thinks a Rrent deal of
Paine's ceh ry compound. 1 shall al?
ways keep il in the house."
There are untold numbers of women
who are working and worrying enough
to drive them into ihelr graves If
Paine's celery compound wire hot al?
ways In their homes to strengthen and
restore their brains and nerves when
there was great need of It.
For Setting Tires Cold T
Old Tires reset without removing them from the wheels.
Tires set on the heaviest wagons while you wait, thus
saving long delays
BETTER THAN THE OLD WAY !
A Wonderful Machine and well worth seeing. We invite
the public to call and see it at work.
A. Wrenn St Sons
!2 ^ TO SO UNION STREET,
BE AR DSLEY N. SPERRY. E. E., .
PAUL K. BROWD, E. E.,
Manager and Engineer.
lie Mi Ett
Electrical Engineers, Installers and Dealers in
NO. 3 COMMERCIAL PLACE,
Telephone 67. NORFOLK, VA. P. O. BOX 86.
Railway and Marine Supplies, Dynomos, Motors and Engines.
Superior Construction Work and Supplies,
Incandescent and Arc Lamps,
Electroliers, Storage Batteries, Medical Outfits,
-Fans, Bells, Telegraph Instruments,
Telephones, Phonographs, Speaking Tubes.
108! EXTENSIVE ELECTRICAL OUTFITTERS SOUTH 0T PHILADELPHIA.
fiRMTURE WINDING, REPAIRING AND IAIHTEHANCE 0E ELECTRICAL UGH
A Ton of Cure!
Many people are susceptible to draughts,
cold winds and sudden changes of tem?
perature. They need more clothing and
bettor protection to resist coughs, colds,
bronchitis, pnoumonla ond chest and
lung troubles generally. There's warmth
ami protection In
For Ladies and Gents.
They are light, comfortable and dura?
ble. They keep out the cold, retain the
heat In the body, protect the lungs.pre
cerve the health,prevolit diugglsts' bills.
You should think NOW of preparing
yourself. Don't watt until you have a
cold. It may lend to bronchitis or pneu?
monia. For comfort und security, for du?
rability and quality, for elegance and
finish, superior to any In the world.
CHAMOIS CHEST PRTEGTORS HD
-ARE SOLD BY
JOHN W. BURROW,
HEAD OF MARKETSQPARE, AND
? Hill Street.
Goods delivered to all parts of ths
city, Brambl'eton, Atlantic City, etc..
etc. Also In Portsmouth and Berkley.
I ?? Lafferty's
J Complete Flour." (
f The Color is a bril
9 liant white. Nutty
J flavor?appetizing. P
V It kit. NO vvnnriv fiher bran. T
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 A
TEETH and BONES. Consti- \
tion, brain fatigue, indigestion, y
Irritable stomach and dyspep- A
. sia, caused by underfed and \
f starved organisms, are cured $
A by the simple and sensiblble ^
\ process of supplying the needed
(J nourishment to BRAIN.NERVE,
A BILE, BONE. The healthy
\ ought to use it to escape these .
0 diseases. It has been tested by Q
A official analysis and by use. A
\ We-have heaps on heaps of let- \
0 ters certifying Its merits. The B
\ THKORY is sustained by actual \
iS fc.C.S. A lot of "Complete Klour" A
\ knowledge mulled on request. \
a ?Complete Flour" Is sold In bugs 8
\ und barrels. Ask your grocer for \
6 a trhil hug. ?l. $
\ Dr. Ilunier McOulrc, Richmond, -
A Vu., says: "Its value would be
" HARP TO OVERESTIMATE.;'
For siile l?JF
Taylor4k I.ovall, >'orrolk, Vu.
.1. It. Klings. .\nrfnlk, V?.
.1. .1. Dmlirj. Nni'lolk. Vu.
.1. '/.. Lone Xftrt'olk. Vn.
<'. XV. lIlidgliiN .V Co., Ports?
tlutiuborty A Miirdaugh,Porta
in on I Ii. Vn,
Ttie Whittle and Nydiior Co.,
Norfolk Iron Works,
QEO. W. DUVAL & CO.,
No. 15 Water Street, Norfolk, Va,
ENGINES, BOILERS, SAWMILL and
all kinds of machinery of the must im?
proved patterns. Also repairing at the
shortest notice. Patlicular attention
to steamboat work. PUVA I.'S PATENT
BOILER TUBE FERRULES are the
only perfect remedy for leaky boiler tubes.
Tney can be Inserted In a few minutes by
nny engineer, and uro warranted to stop
THIS WEEK T
$1.25 Letter Files
ONLY SI NET CASH.
OLD DOMINION PAPER CO.,
JLPCTIOJf BALES-FCTUKE DAY.
*J" HUSTEE'S SALE OP BERKLEY.
J REAL ESTATE.
By virtue of the provisions contained In
a certain deed of trust, dated January 7,
l?si, executed to me by A. B. Kearney and
wife, and at the ropiest of the creditor
therein secured, 1 shall offer for sale at
public auction, at the courthouse of Nor?
folk county, in the city of Portsmouth.
Va., on TUESDAY, the 17th day of De?
cember, 1S95, at 12 o'clock m., the fol?
lowing property, to-wit:
ALL THAT CERTAIN LOT OP
LAND, with the improvements, situate
on the west side of A street, on plan of
Moutolant, sultl lot having a frontnre or
40 feet on said A street and extends back
of that width, in length or depth, uuoui so
feet. The improvements consist of a
double frame tenement building with three
rooms In each end. This property will
be sold subject to a trust held by the trus?
tee of the International Building Asso?
ciation of Washington, D. C.
L. M. SILVESTER,
By Win. M. Hannah, Auctioneer.
Q COMMISSIONER'S SALE.
By virtue of a decree entered on the
2Sth day of November, 1895, in the Court
of Law and Chancery for the city of Nor?
folk, In n certain sell therein now de?
pending, under the style of Fanny Guy,
et als., vs. Hattlc Cray, Infant, et als.,
the undersigned Special Commissioner
will offer for sale at the Real Estate Ex?
change, in the city of Norfolk, on Fie
12th duy of December, 1?!'5, at 12 o'clock,
m., the following properly? To-wlt:
ALL THAT CERTAIN LOT OF LAND,
with Improvements thereon, situate and
helng on the Kast side of Magazine lane,
fronting thereon 23 feet and running buck
between parallel lino toward Oranby
street extended one hundred und ten feet.
W. B. BARTON.
W.U. M. HANNAH,
I hereby certify Hint the bond required
by the above mentioned decree has been
executed. JUN'IL'S A. COLISMAN,
Bv virtue of an assignment dated No?
vember 80, 1S98, from Bella Hoffiln to
me, I have taken Charge of the property
therein conveyed, at No. ICS Main street,
Norfolk, Vn., and the books of account of
said Hella HofIlln. I shall continue to
sell the goods In laid store at retail until
further notice. All persons Indebted to
subi Bellt? Hofllln will make payment
to me, or to Mr. L. I.ochmun, at said
store. All creditors of said Bel to Hof
flln will (Ho their claims with me, duly
sworn to within the next ninety days.
, del-lOt Trustee.
it i.u i-.nt.t ri; \<;i;mk.
FINS LOTS FOB SALE
PRICE FROM $100 TO ?700 EACH.
TERMS?One-third t:.sh: balance in 1
und S years, with U per cent, interest.
H. L. PAGE & CO.,
Bole Agents, No. 10 Bf-nk st..
TITLE PERFECT. NORFOLK, VA.
WHEREAS. IT is DEEMED KNl'E
\l dient and for the best Interests ol the
city of Norfolk and the public In general
thut Mosehv street should be graded,
curbed und glittered with wcod and shell*
from Chiipcl st.---.-i east to the bridge at
the western end of Higliaud avenue,
lie it resolved by the Common end Se?
lect Councils of llic city of Norfolk, u ma?
jority of all members elected to each
First?Thai ii is expedient that Mosely
yiroe; from chapel street eeM, i" the
billige ?I lh<? western end of Highland
avenue bo graded, curbed and guttered
wiili wood and shells ne.cordinn lo thy
plan nini estimate of tin- city Engineer.
SeCond?Thai the work of grading,
curbing und guttering with wood and
shells. I ho said M >scly street bo under
the. supervision of (lie Ijoni'd of Street,
Sewer and Drain Commissioners.
Third?Th it one-half of Ihe costs of tho
mi id work be assessed against the owners
of real estate abutting on the said street
from Chapl street oaat, to the bridge at
the western end of Highland avenue, ac?
cording lo tile i mining font, that Is 10 say
thut the owners of real estate abutting on
the north Hide of ihe said si net from
Chapel street east, lo the bridge at the
westurn end of Hlghand avenue, shall be
assessed with ono-qunrt'.'r of the costs of
the work according i<> the running foot,
and the owners of real estate on the aouih
side of the sni l street from Chapel street
east. u> the bridge at the western end of
Highland avenue shall be assessed With
one-quarter of UlC costs of tho said work
according to Ihe running foot, and the
remainder, one-bail' of the expense of the
Slild work, shall bo paid out of the Pub?
Fourth?Th.lt public iu lice of these res?
olutions be glvtn by publishing the same
in two or more newspapers published in
the u|iy of Norfolk for a perfed of twen?
Adopted by Ihe Common Council No?
vember Mb, IS9.7-rl3 ayes. ? nays.
JOHN L. ItQPER,
President Common Council.
Adopted by the Select Council Novem?
ber 12th, 1SII5?D ay-s, uuys.
JAMES L. WINSTON,
President Select Council.
W. W- HUNTER, City Treasurer.
Fine Gems in
I invite the attantion ot Norfolk
buyers to one of the finest stocks of
FINGER RINGS ever shown lu one
Emeralds, Rubles, Sapphires, Opala
nnd Pearls, in coinbiuatior. with Dia?
monds, in Iba most chaste, beautiful
mid original designs, and made by toe,
so thai nil middlemen'! profits are
eliminated. You buy direct from the
Prices will surprise yon and a tele?
gram will bring you a selection pack?
age on Memorandum iu less thua 2\
JAS. R. ARM1GER,
31 Kast Baltimore Street,
Ctituht.ttr'. Fnftll.1i Olacicriil llrxnA. ^
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TnU? no other. A'Mns dat,ptreu?
,:,l.i:,ri.ll<.n?<-iJ ?m?.?i..nj. At Dinig'ltt,
or lecd 4r. Iq.iauiIii i rp-.rllmtiM,Ultimo.
menuid "ii'iiorfor i.r..in<?? li!i?>
\y rrtum Mull. 10,0Ul> TmiE?nl*la,
fii?e I'a, <r.
t'hfehostn' Cliftalcul Co., Aladl.on Prinnre,
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