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The last lot of the great HftZELTON STOCK has reached us, and we are making a gigantic burst to get through with' this Tremendous sale, We have
broken a!l records in the clothing business, and not content with that, we are outdoing ourselves. Come at once or kick yourself all your life. These opportu?
nities don't occur every day; it's a sin not to seize them when you get a chance. -
the Dollar is what we are selling the FINEST CLOTHING on the
market lor?lor less than the cost of the cloth.
Moni*? ?'laj- Worsted MuMw.<Jj? gej
Tounsr nen*n Double mid sin- -7 a(\
c??* DreuiNtcd Nulls. *7.*tU
?O.OO.Men'sHnllN lor. ^ qq
812 Men"* <:nssiniere Suits lrtr - <JJC| qq
88 Young Men's Suits lor. j qq
from b^,.^ Hm?Vn,"??.iFt!'.ornero. ?eult' any 3|Z0- nnd n "Mellon of 10 styles to select
s-jii Mctn'n Ovcreouis, Melton,
Q17 Imported uermnnln Over. *j Cfl
emus . . I .Js7
ki. i ieneli Hindi i'lirnm ov<
810 Oxford Mixed Ov?rei?nl?... 4 <9?
8l."> Irish I'relye OvercentM. BO
iticl.cH Ions;, mudc In lirsl- 7 4q
Men's Illni'U null nine Fare
Wool L'licvlo: I'nntH.
Men's Kdwhrd Harris' < ns.-i
Snwj'cr'K fussiiuere Pnnts.
Men's t'u'.si mere PlintS
Children's ?cci> Cnno Over
8U.OO Children's RnusI
As Chrishmas is drawing near, every garment in this stock must go. It will pay you to come a hundred miles to visit this great sale
CANNON BALL CLOTHING COMPANY, SB MAIN STREET.
OPEN TILL 10 P. M. TILL CHRISTMAS.
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THE LUNENBURG CASES,
Tfie Governor Sends a Special Message on
the Subject to the General Assembly.
CLEVELAND'S UTTERANCES ENDORSED.
??Hill" Blnnririntro?urcM n Nhcnf Of
Sow milH?Tbo MvcIiiirilc'h l.lon
Law Committee from Norfolk Do
. Ins; Good Work-t'om. Miller nud
?? Hec. Morton's Visit Delay cd.
Bichmond, "Va.. Dec. 18.?(Special.)?
Governor O'Perrall sent In to-day a
special message to the General Assent
Uy of Virginia In the matter of the
prisoners now in Richmond Jail, charged
,wltb the murder of Mrs. Pollard. In l.u
nenburg .oounty lost June. The docu?
ment,opens with reference to the crime,
and the history of the application of
the Bherlff of that county to the Exe?
cutive for troops is told, and the corre?
spondence, the ordering out of the mil?
itary, 'the trlalb of the prisoners; Solo?
mon Marable, Mary Abernathy, and
, Pokey Barnes, the call for relnforce
;'ment of the n Mtla at Lunenburg. their
sending, the conviction of the prisoner.-,
: their transfer to the Jailer for safekeep?
ing, under military escort, the good con?
duct of the volunteer soldiers are all
-,told of. The Governor reviews the le?
gal steps taken in those cases, the ap?
peals Of their counsel, his belief that
^Jjae. prisoners would not be safe If sent
/..pack to Lunenburg without military
: Kuard; the advice of the Attorney Gene
ijyra) that their ??resence there was not
necessary; tl >ndlng of the Oover
;". nor'a special ?. .seliger to the Judge of
v .'Lunenburg, and his direction to the
?^Sheriff of Richmond not to deliver the
prisoners to the Sheriff, until Judge
,'Qrgaln could be heard from. The ac?
tion of. the Supreme Court declaring
that this proceeding was without au?
thority; the application of prisoners'
? counsel, for retention of the prisoners
In the Jail of Richmond, pending the
1 appeal, - alleging fear of mob violence;
- and. the. granting of this petition are
J:'narrated, ns well as the facts that ihe
appeals have been heard, and the Ju-lg
| incuts of the County Court of L?nen
burg set aside and new trials awarded,
bo that they will be returned neccssari
'( ly to Lunenburg for trial.
Kg The Sheriff of that county has de?
clared und declares he will net call for
troops to guard the prisoner? on their
return. The Governor Insists thai there
waa Imminent danger of violence in July
? because the prisoners were removed to
.'/Petersburg, because the Sheriff. Judge
and Commonwealth's Attorney called
for troops, because of the call for reln
: forcements, the placing of the prisoners
under the charge of the military during
? the trial, the excitement attending It
' .and the judge's order sending the prls
: :oners to Riohmond.
?-<VFurther, because of Maj. Derbyshire's
- >eport calling for more soldiers, and his
affidavit to this effect, concurred In by
^tha .county authorities, and the extra
? ^ordinary precautions taken to guard
iti' Governor O'Ferrall compliments Maj.
' ,?r Derbyshire as an ofttcer; and believes
^?now that the feeling against the prls
.?".oners is Intensified by the action of the
."^.Supreme Court of Appeals In granting
i'jja new trial; also that from the facts
$r'MoJted and reliable private Informa?
tion the prisoners are in more danger
.?gnpw than in July, if returned to Lunen
I Burg without a military escort, espe
j-^clally If there be a change of venue, ac
-qultal or hu-qg Jury.
I He has no doubt the Lunenhnrtr peo?
ple as a body would not sanction any
?i.mob violence, but says there are had
?'ond reckless en in Lunenburg, as well
,;''a? elsewhere, and the county authori
ties must Jiave thought so, when they
'?'ioeked for troops in July, which ndtion
"subsequent developments sustained.
The Governor cannot declare that there
y Is a combination to injure the prisoners,
^but he believes that the feeling is such
:-ythat auch may happen at any time. In
-.tithe absefice of calling for troops, from
? the Sheriff, the Governor cannot take
' steps he thinks necesary to protect the
' prisoners and preserve the peace. There
I fore the Governor recommends the
^amending and re-enacting of Sec. 211 of
?v,the Code of Virginia ?n as to give the
Governor power to call forth militia to
> euppceEB suoh combinations, tumults.
1%'Tlot or resistance to law. He elites the
jgCodes of New York. Pennsylvania.
ivOhlo, Illinois, and Louisiana as giving
s.'auch powers to their executives. Only
j'.tho Sheriff of a county or Mayor of a
?:Clty In Virginia can now call for the
'military In case of need, and the Gov
g.'.ernor cannot. Was It Intended to make
ktheGovernor's power subordinate to the
S'WHI, caprice, or neglect or duty of the
?r .'This was a day of oratorv In the House
Of Delegates. The body had barely
settled down for work before Mr. Hath?
away, of Lancaster, offered a resolution
^ ?PProvlng of and endorsing the "noble
$?od patriotic sentiments uttered . by
STtoldent Cleveland yesterday in bis
message lo Congress." Members tit
once beeain<i attentive imil tin- hull
gradually filled up with spectators. Mr.
Bounders, of Franklin, led the light on
j the resolution arid was supported by
Delegates Coles and Powell, of Bruns.
Wlck. The latter gentleman bronchi
down the House by his humorous ref?
erences to war and hin desire for peace.
Mr. Hathaway whs assisted In his'ef?
forts to iret the resolution through by
Messrs. Meltue. of Petersburg; Cabell,
of Richmond; Harrison, of Lynchburg;
Hundley, of Amelia; Berkeley, of Roa
npke, and Stoyall, of Halifax. Mr. Hath?
away aeeepted an amendment offered
by Gen. Hundley, in which It was de?
clared that n war between England and
the United States would be n great
calamity and' urging that the trouble
let ween the two nations bp amicably
.jellied. The resolution was agreed to
by a vote of Gl to 28; Nearly every mem.
'her of the- Democratic opposition voted
? ? *
Mr. Bland, of Portsmouth, who ha:*
charge of tile hill to amend the me?
chanics lien law. Is doing seine lively
hustling for that measure. The gen?
tlemen who came her.- from Norfolk to
use their Influence in behalf of the bill
are still In the oily, and are gelling In
some good work. The measure came up
before the House Committee mi Courts
tliis morning, and consideration of It
was postponed until to-nlght.
? * ?
Both bodies of the General Assembly
passed a resolution to-day providing
that when they adjourn on Friday It bo
to the Ctli of January. The proposition
was opposed by quite a number of
members, who look the ground that the
lawmakers should not los- so much time
from their work, but a very decided
majority were in favor of a long recess.
Several of the Senators and Delegates
will visit the Atlanta Exposition. It is
now a settled fact thai nothing will be
done regarding the election laws until
after Christmas, The anti-Democrats
have not as yet agreed upon their bill.
Mr. Bryant, of Richmond, Introduced
In the House to-day two bills Hint
have boon endorsed and recommended
by the Central Trades and Labor Coun?
cil of Richmond. One provides for abol?
ishing flogging as a mode of punish?
ment in the penitentiary, and the other
requires goods manufactured by con?
victs to be marked so that the fuel
may be known. This latter bill has
been before, all the Legislatures for sev?
eral years past.
Mr. Bland, of Portsmouth, offered In
the House a hill to prevent preferences
In favor of creditors In deeds of as?
Delegate Wale.* of Louisa, talks of
withdrawing from the iintlrDemocratle
caucus because Hint body refused to
turn Senator McCline out feir Iiis course
in the Wilson case.
The Oystermen's Protective A si >cia
tlon's bill will soon be Introduced and
Mr. Bland, of Portsmouth, will have
charge of it.
Collector William Bynn to-day re?
ceived a telegram from Commissioner
Miller, saying on account of Indisposi?
tion, ho arvi Secretary Morion will
have to postpone their visit to Rich
mond for the purpose of hunting di ei
in this vicinity.
They Intended coming to-morrow, bul
now cannot be here until about the
27t'.i of the month.
William McBain, wholesale dealer |ri
paints, oils, varnishes, etc., made an
assignment to-day to Hill Montagu
trustee. His liabilities are said t.. hi
about $'.f>fit). and most of the creditors
the Richmond people. Mrs. McBain as
signs her bouse and lot for the bonetli
of her husband's creditors.
? ? *
Information was received here to-day
of the dentil last night of the wife os'
Mr. George W. Hnwxhurst. Grand m e
rotary of the Good Templars', at Falls
Church. In Fairfax county. She was
well known and greatly beloved 111 Rtcll
ninnil. Mrs. Hnwxhurst was n devout
Christian and a most estimable Shdy In
every respect. Her funeral lakes place
? ? ?
Sergeant Alex. Thomllnson to-day re?
turned from Newport News, liavinc In
custody Frank- Morgan, alias Paul
Frank, who is wanted on three charges,
as follows: With forging and attempt?
ing to pass a check drawn on the Ger?
man National Bank, of Newark. N. ,T.,
on Mr. A. \\'\ Archer; with stealing (20
in currency from L Merriain. and with
defrauding the Exchange Hotel of $10.70,
contracted a board bill to that amount.
He will appear In the Police Court to?
? ? *
Henry F. Glbsnn was arraigned in
the United Stntes Commissioner's Court
this morning for preliminary examina?
tion on the charge of carrying on a
correspondence through the mails with
intent to defraud Harry H. Howe Of $60.
Commissioner Flcgenhehner certified 1
the case lo the grand Jury anil remand?
ed the prisoner to Jail. Gibson had no ]
counsel, but announced that he would ,
ask the court to provide an attorney i
for hihi. Ho undertook to question the
witnessed in legal style atid created
considerable, nmus intent, closing with a
Bpccch in which he nslted lluit the
charge against him be dismissed, sis
there was no evidence to sustain the
charge of fraud. He admitted that he
had no connection with tin- advertising
agency he hud pretended to represent,
and pleaded I lint he was only one of
the 5.000 liars in Ulis city. Assistant
District Attorney Mann asked that he
he held for the jury, and tills was done.
The rase will probably come up in the
United Stales C'oiirl at Alexandria on
the first Monday In January.
ATXANTiC~C t t yT
Mr. \V. (!. Towns, ol -New York. Is the
guest of Captain J. T. LllllslOll, on
Master Elijah Parker, Of K?rte street,
has gone io forked River. N. .1.. lo at?
tend the funeral of Ids brother.
Tin- W. C. T. U. will meet Ibis nfter
uoon at o'clock willi Mrs. Itichnrds,
on Avenue It. A full attendance Is de?
The medal contest comes off to-night
at Collcy Mi n .rial Chtll'cll.
The Itevs. .1. T. Hoatten and J. S.
Wallace, sons-in-law of Capt. W. T.
West, who died last Tuesday morning
at the Methodist parsonage, at NMmmo,
Prlnc ss Anne coiiuly.Vn., passed
through the city yesterday afternoon
with the romntns. en route for Berlin,
Mtl.. where the body will lie Interred.
The funeral services were held nt 10 n.
ni. yesterday in Nimmo Church, at N'ini
irib, Princess Anne county. Vs., and
conducted by the Rev. W. II. Land, of
I*?ir :to Dnj s Only.
Mrs. Raphel's stock of line shoes at
cnsl lo ctOSe 111' business to retire. Lease
expires December 2-ltll and stock must
be sold quick, l it; Church street, corner
Why I?on*l Vott?
Why don't you see Dr. Week?
ME VIRGINIAN'S DAILY HINTS To HOUSEKEEPERS
BILL OF FARE FOR TU-.flORStOW,
FRIDAY, DEC. 20. 1S95.
Oranges, oatmeal. Graham Muffins.
Hash. Boiled Eggs.
Stewed Apples. Coffee.
Bread and Butter. Cold Meat.
Canned Berries. Cake. Too.
POTATO CIIOW1 :U.
Pool and slice one dozen medium
potatoes, put a heaping tnblespoonfiil
of butter and a quart of hoi water In a
saucepan: a. scant tonspoonful salt, and
the potatoes, cook slowly half an hour;
Iben add pint Of milk; let boll, season
If not to taste; serve hot.
Kdonton, N. C, Dee. IS.?(Special.)?
Mr. W. A. Sprulll, of Columbia, was
in town yesterday,
Mrs. .1. A. Woodard and Mrs. E. S.
Morntnn, who have been quite sick, are
convalescent, we are pleased to say.
Our farmers have about finished hous?
ing their crops.
Quite a number of horses have been
arriving for our dealers for several
The "Nora Mneliroe" Company loft
to-day (Thursday) for Suffolk, Vit.
Several of our carpenters are at work
this week repairing Bethel Church.
Ask to hear our Regina mit Sic box.
All the Infest tunes. Chapman .>;? Jhlce
inan. b-ri.liiivr jewelers, corner Main
j and Bank streets.
Dl NN KB.
Boiled Corned Beef,
EDENT?N, N. C.
^ I". 1- |...V .... ^.v. .>..-- g
r?g point sooner than lai d and that it must not be allowed to bum. t'j
Ewhen rightly used, never imparts to food any dis-a
i; agreeable greasy odor or flavor. For pastry or any $
|; siiortening purpose, but
?t bonk f.>r tin- Irnrte-mtrku "CattnUnt" mi.l rirtr't head <n ?Mm-j>to'i>l irrfni/.?on c*rry (in.
? THE N. K. FA I It t:\XK (!OMPASV, ST. i.OI'IS :i>nl CllltlAHO. Sjj
I THE K. J. REYNOLDS I
M ? y IS
^ We feel thai wo should make known the fact that we are manufacturin
MARK T AO
Naturally Sweet Biwlng Tobaoeo
THAT REQUIRES co PER CENT. LESS ADDED S \V BETEN I NC THAN
any OTHER, which we marke) so as to reach chowurs at 60c. per pound.
This Tobacco l'REl 'EllPEl > by many CHEWERS who have boon ac?
CUSTOMED TO BS1NO THE MOST BIvPENSIVE BRANDS of North Ca?
rolina cad Virginia Chewing Tobacco. tV( wjro recently awarded the
HIGHEST PREMIUM ON TOBACCO
entered for competition at the C. S. ami 1. Exposition, Atlanta. Qa. By call
in:-: at our unique exhibit. Agricultural Building, Hoe 11 on :;, Chewcrs can get
a free cut of our R.J.-R., and will be surprised to fhid tltnt dealers cat supply
them wttn such an excellent cle w in 10c. outs at the
rate of EOc, a pound.
wirsjsTorsj, rsi. o.
IC I-: % I, I .N I A r i? KJ KU I N.
Real Elstste J
Tf you Intend moving and desire n nice
cheap residence, loc tied in the best part
o? the oily, call on
JNO. F. 11 AT PON & CO.,
FINE ItKSl II E N C ES located In any
part of the city cheap for rem.
JNO. F. HATTON & CO.,
CAT.I. NOW and Ret your pick of
Fine flcsidencos. If you Intend moving
to any part of Noi folk.
JNO. F. HATTON X- CO.,
del". 11adiltne ton Building.
FINE LOTS FDR SllLB
PRICE FROM $100 TO $740 EACH.
TERM 8?One-third ct.sh; balance In l
and - years, with i! per cent. Interest.
H. L. PAGE & CO.,
Sole Agents, No. 10 Bank si.,
TITLE PERFECT! NORFOLK. VA.
IB, If IW
Choice Old Whiskies
(Rye and Barley Malt.)
ri EST JELLY HE
JOHN W. BURROW,
142 IN/lcDin Street,
HEAD OP OI.O MARKET SQUARE.
9 H is I Street.
Goods delivered every doy In tli? week
nlso in Portsmouth, Berkley, Bramblc
lon, Atlantic City, etc., etc.
AUCTION KALEN?FVTIIRE WAY.
m rimiminm.iin oTui
145^ and 147 Church Street.
FOR TEX II AVN ONET.
Dry Goods, White Goods,
[Notions and Underwear.
VMM PinflKv ?\!
Full Stock of
Men's and Boys'
Good line of Boots
Toys. Dolls, etc.
The Whole Stock Must be
Closed Out in Ten
By order of
By virtue of tin- provisions of a deed
.if trust date I the ir.iu iiny uf Novembi
lt!K>, and recorded in tin- Clerk's olltce
Vansemond County Court, In Deed of
Trust Hook No. I, page mi, and executed
lo !.ie hy Annie Shrlver am! Mavid Schri
ver, her husband, and at the request of
... .....i.i,, lueiein secured, I shall offe
for sale at public auction, in front of the
|K>BtofllCG in the (own of Suffolk, Nanse
mond county, Va., on
Thursday, Dec. 26th, 1895,
at 12 o'clock in.,-the following property,
ALL, THAT CERTAIN FARM, TRAC'l
OR PARCEL OF LAND
lying in Sleepy Mole Magisterial District,
.,.ioi.i. euiii.iy, Vn^iiiia, upon which
e grantors reside, known an "Mluton
vllle," intituling Dumpling Island, hound
d by the lands of Dr. Klchanl II. Ben
inon. Franklin Frlsbeo's estate.the marsh
bind of A. K. Wllroy, tin- county road
leading from Suffolk to Portsmouth, and
i lie water* of Nonscmond rl vor and Jones
ereek. supposed lo contain about nliu
hundred (900) acres, more or less.
Ami also about one hundred acres of
woodland, lying in Sleepy Hole Magisti
rial District, Nnuseinond county,
glnia, on botli ?kies ,if tlie Norfolk ami
; Carolina railroad, adjoining the lands of
1 Dr. Itlchard H. I:. the lands of
Franklin Frlsb-ie's estate, Peter <i. ?
(formerly I'rentls Duke's) and the Burros
This Is one of the most valuable farm.
on the Nans-annul river, and Is adapted
to the growth of trucks and all otlu
crops raised in this vicinity.
TKRM8?Cash sufllcleni lo pay the ex?
penses of sale, the irustee's commission,
and tlllrty-tWO hundred dollars W.'.OO]
with Interest from the 1Mb day of May,
i^:'.'.. the am nun of secured debt unpaid,
and lite remainder upon such terms as
the grant us shall prescribe and direc
tile (lay uf sain: and upon the failure t:
the grant ira In direct at the lime of sab
lit, Ii Upon such terms as the trustee shall
think hi st.
THOMAS it. ORlFFIN; Trustee.
J. WALTER HOSIER,
SALVAGE AND REWARD.
LOST from barge December II, n?ar
OKI Point, Crossing Horse Shoe, nl.oui
[0,000 feet of North Carolina Pine, most!)
one inch, sixteen feet hoards.
We will pav a prop",- nalvago for tin
above and a REWARD for any Infprnin
lion lending to Its recovery. Addresi
OKO. F. SLOAN a pro..
?Ill Light si whar'.
I dclC-Ct Baltimore, Aid.
AUCTION SALES-THIS 1>AY.
Dy J. Hi Valentine, Oencral Auctioneer:
H. R. MORRIS, Assistant, ss Bank si.
I ARGE TRADE SALE OF CLOTHING,
*? Dry GoOdS, Notions. Mosieiy, Shoes,
Hals. ,C-e.. at my .-iiiction rooms on
THURSDAY MORNING, December the
lOtll, at 10 o'clock. Sale positive.
J. H. VALENTINE,
delS-21_P.. R. MORRIS, Assistant.
By J. II. Valentine, General Auctioneer,
R. R. Morris, Assistant. IIS Hank St.
I AUCH WRECK SALE?I WILL BELL
*-? for account of whom It may concern,
at my auction warcrooms, Dank street,
>n THIS THURSDAY, Deeemlier tliu
19th, at 12 o'clock m.. all the stock of mer?
chandise danutKcd in collision on .Not -
folk ami Carolina railroad barge. It con?
sists of a general assortment, such as
I'*l0lir, Sugar, Coffee, Hoots. Shoes, Dry
Goods, Clothing, Notions, Toys, Canned
t loods. Trunks, Confectioneries, I Un d?
ue, etc., etc. Tltis is a large and at?
tractive sale?most nl the goods only
slightly damng id. Bale positive.
J. II. VALENTINE.
(lenern 1 Auctioneer.
ilei:?-lt R, R. MORRIS, Assistant,
By Taylor .v.- Co., Auctioneers.
D AWNBROICER'S SALE.
By direction of Messts. P. Jacobs K-.
Uro. we uill sell at their store: No. S7S
(.'Innen street, commencing THURSDAY,
December. Hilli, at 10:30 a. in. and 7SM p.
in., o Inrg.Ilectlon of forfeited pledges,
consisting of Gold ami Silver Watches,
Diamonds, Jewelry, Clothing, etc. Fur?
niture, consisting of Carpets, G?nters,
Machines, Clocks, an eloiraiil?-rsan, bte.
Every article wll< 7>e soid without limit
or r. serve.
All parties having forfeited pledges
with us are requested lo call and redeem
-anti,', else they will be sold,
Pi JACI >HS & URO..
TAYLOR .v CO.;
AUCTION SALES?S-'CTCRE RAY.
Pnnnlll Brothers, Auctioneers.
PURSUANT TO the FOLLOWING
* mil.- of trust rcorded In the Clerk's
ufllces of the County Court of Norfolk
I County, Va., and in the Corporation court
sf the City of Norfolk, Vu.. we shall sell
at publie tiuclion in the Real Estate K\
changv, .Main street, Norfolk, Va., MON?
DAY, Deeemlier 23, IS'.Ci, nl iL' o'clock m.,
the following properly?to-wlt:
FIRST A LOT OF I.AND WITH IM
PROVBMENT8 THEREON; fronting 2.">
feet on the east siil. .,i Reservoir avenue.
Itramhletoh Ward, Norfolk City, Va.,willi
t depth of 125 feel nnd distant 385 feet from
illghland avenue. Deed of trust madu
by Sarah B. Ratten and .lohn .1. Rallen
dated September 2?, ISifi, and n.'d< I
in Deed-Rook 118 A., page HI, clerk's
ultVe, city aforesaid.
Second?A LOT OF LAND WITH IM?
PROVEMENTS THEREON situated tit
the southwest corner of Brown and
Itceves avenues, In lira in biet on Waul.
Noil >lk City, Va., and fronting on Reev? s
[avenue 2(1 feel, with a depth along Brown
avchiic of Hi) feet. Dee l of trust made
by Deila Keeling and Thomas Keeling,
tinted September 1st, IS'tl, and recorded
in Deed Monk 113 A., page BO, Clerk's of
tlee, city aforesaid.
Tliii.l l.nT of I.AND WITH IM?
PROVEMENTS THEREON, fronting
feet on Poole street, Atiuntic City
Ward, Norfolk City, Va., with a depth
j of II? feet, nnd distani IIS feet fror.i 4.hc
I southwest corner of Pool street and Cen?
tral avenue. Deed of trust made by Lewis
P. Rrowtl, dated August, I7lh, IM15, and re?
corded In Dud Rook ll.'i. A.. 1 age 541,
Clerk's olllce. city aforesaid.
FIFTH?LOT OF LAND WITH IM?
PROVEMENTS THEREON; fronting
thirty fe.t on the south side of Bullitt
streit, with a depth of ICO feel, situated
near Lambert's Point. Norfolk county; Vs.
Deed of trust made by N. D. Luusford and
wife dated October Sib. IS02, and tee.nil. d
in Deed Hook I7'i. page 43, Clerk's of
lice. county aforesaid.
Sixth?LOT of land WITH IM
PROVEM ENTS Ti l EBON, No. 1IS0 oh the
plat of Port Norfolk, fronting forty ft et
mi Florida avenue, with a depth of 1 in
fiel, and distant 120 leet from Seeon.I
street. si I anted in Port Norfolk, Norfolk
county, Va. De.il of trust made by R.
3. Mackan and wife, dated September ad,
is...,, and recorded in Deed Rook I?5, page
IS ci. rk's oftlcc, county aforesaid.
Seventh?LOT I. WITH IMPROVE?
ments TilKRE?N, on Fourth
street, Berkley, Norfolk county, Va..
according to the plan of the Nash
land. Deed of trust made by W. S. and
Clara Peebles, and duly recorded in the
clerk's ollice, of Norfolk County Court,
DENNIS ETHE1GDGK, and
.It'SK I'll A. WINS low,
de 13-td _ a nctUmeers,
A GREAT REDUCTION !
ON NATIVE WIN ES.
H.iving a lame Sti ck Of these wilKH, I
will tiiier tin in at the lollowitlg reduced
priii's: Porti Sherry and Calawha,.
)Li i Ib.a, or I5e. quart liotlle. Also :ll
Jnad.'s of <it.br Wines fo> I :.v
Old Southampton Apple Brandy, North
em eitler ami a One stock ol * H>1 Whis?
kies and imported Brandies and Wines of
my own Importation. American Cham?
pagnes a specialty. All at my usual low
E. VANCE, Liquor Dealer
Mm No. 33 Commercial P.iice.
"a.jnci'nii^iOTrj-j II. M. WOOI.l.KY, M.IV
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