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The last lot of the great HAZELTON STOCK has reached us, and we are making a gigantic burst to get through with this Tremendous sale, We have
broken all 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.
C. on the Dollar is what we are selling the; FINEST CLOTHING on the
market for?for less than the cost of the cloth.
Will buy a first-class Cawimere Suit, any size, und a selection of 10 styles to select
from. The cloth In this suit cost 75c. per yard. You know It takes elk yards to
make the suit, which is Sl.OO. hut we promise to sell you goods ut less than the
cloth cost, nad this statement bcurs us out. Don't rail und ask to bo shown these
suits, as they are wonderful bargains. ? "?
Men's t iny Worsted Suit*.gg
Vomic Mcii'm nonlile an?l Kin- o At\
tele Bronsled Suits. ?Jt*rU
?u.oo Hou'sSiiitx tor. ^ QQ
812 Men'sCiwsliiterc ."?ults -*,r---^?J QQ
8S Young Men's Suits for. ^ QQ
8'--t> Kan's 'Over eon Is. Molton, 9 ??Q
817 lui|iorteti Uet-iiinnin over- v n*ri
eonis. ... ' ? ?V
fcl.l t-'reiieli lllnrh flievioi ??v- ?jj^ CJQ
4>I0 OstorVi'.Viixi^ ^
$15 Irish KrelJM! <>\en-eats, rn)
I IK-lies ItiiiBi made In lli-st
t'nssiniere Pants_ 2 38
I'll ii is.
Moil's ('nsHliuoro I'nuts.
^'il^ y^y l .60
Children's n<.ei> Cnpe Over- i -j c '
?'?Iii?. 1 ,J3
83.00 C'blldroii'u Nun?.<-j j jjq
As Chrishmas is drawing near, every garment in this stock must go
CANNON BALL CLOTHING COMPi
It will pay you to come a hundred miles to visit this great sale.
OPEN TILL 10 P.
M. TILL CHRISTMAS.
I sg_a? ??_Dlii_. mn nato naau ioic neu
TEE FERRY BILL PASSES i
After a M and Stubborn Fight by the Ports?
mouth and County Members.
BLAND AND C?OKE MEET IN ARGUMENT.
Fnrr(Nli-riuiiM|:iiii Contest I'oslpniii'il
?Nob-Committee luspoets tlio Slnte
Fnrin?A Dairy Food Commissioner
1'ropoucd -I'ucc-ftirlslliui Failure*
Neuatur M?lln nine on liyuellburg.
Richmond,. Va., Dec. 1?.?(Special)?
This was a great day for Norfolk, Ports?
mouth and Norfolk county In the House
of Delegates. The same ferry Mil Huht
that has been up for throe sessions
past was on. For an hour the matter
was debated. The bill In question ex
borne, of Norfolk county, opened the
portatlon Company to carry out the
provisions of Its franchise. Mr, New
berne, of Norfolk county, opened the
dlstyisslon In opposition to the passage
of tlte act. He ably contended that there
was no need of a new ferry ami that
one would be hurtful to the Interests of
his county and Portsmouth. Mr. Cooke,
of Norfolk city, followed this in a splen?
did address In be-half or the hill. He
spoke with line effect und made votes
for the bill. Then came Mr. island, the
young member from Portsmouth, who
took his stand in the centre aisle and
poured hot shot into the hill. Mr. Miami
replied to Mr. Coolie's arguments and
"appealed to the judgment, the business
sense und the fairness of the House to
Vote down the bill. Mr. Cooke replied
.and Messrs. L.ee, of Elizabeth City;
'' Parker, of Southampton; Parks, of
^Page, and Keesee, of Halifax, spoke for
; the bill, and Mr. Coles, of Northumber?
land, against it. The measure passed
by a vote of SI to 37. It looked at one
time as if the result would bo closer,
and Messrs. Blund and Newberne hustl?
ed for votes In the hope of defeating the
The Senators started to filibuster over
the House resolution endorsing Cleve?
land's Venezuelan message to-day. It
was near the hour of adjournment when
the paper came up for action. A motion
to lay the resolution on the table was
defeated and motions to adjourn were
made and not put by Lieut.-Gov. Kent.
Senator Wlckham offered tin amend?
ment expressing it as the earnest do
Sire of the General Assembly for Con?
gress to repeal the act prohibiting cer?
tain Confederates from serving In the
United States.Army or Navy. This was
finally agreed to and the resolution was
passed with only four dissenting votes?
those of Messrs. Hale (Pop.); Lowry
(Dem.); Parr (Pop.), and Jacgsoi^ tl'op.j.
? It went back to the House and the
amendment was concurred In. A copy
..' Of the resolution will now be sent to
. the President with one to each Vlr
glnia Senator and Representative in
* * *
: The Senate Committee on Privileges
end Elections this morning passed by
' 'until January 7th the consideration of
the contested case of Parrlsh vs. Plan
lOgan, from the Che-i.terfield district,
his Is regarded as a victory for Mr.
anagan, as It shows that the Demo
?ats are not in a hurry to turn him
itf. Mr. Parrish thinks he lhas a
rong case, but many who have looked
JMfto the matter to some extent do not
ree with him.
. . .
A sub-committee from the Senate
Committee on Public Institutions and
the House Committee on Asylums and
?Prisons went up to Ooochland county
? to-day to Inspect the penitentiary Stute
ifaim. The trip was made on a special
train, and the party returned to Rich?
mond before the Legislature adjourned
- for',the day. They were all much pleas
ediwlth the farm and the munner In
iwUch It lg being conducted.
Mr. Wlllard offered In the House a
blllj to create the olllce of Dairy and
I Pood Commissioner in the Department
of Agriculture. The ollieer Is to have
supervisory power over the sale of artl
:ljg of food and dairy products. Whole
dealers In oleomargarine, b?tter
etc, shall be taxed $5. Persons sell
any compound food or drug -hall
y a tax of $2.fi0. A tax of one cent
pound I? levied on every pound of
Itation butter. The bill provides in
etall for the conduct of the Food and
lV_3alry division. It Is provided that the
??.'?^Governor shall appoint the Commis?
sioner subject to the approval <>f the
S Senate. His salary shall be $1.500 per
i',"^Sa_r" A,ter Paying the expenses of the
? commission the balance shall be -et
?< iaiAe as a special fund for the benefit
Of Confederate soldiers, their widows
K? ii ? ? .
g*.;. Mm Pilcher In the House offered a bill
Jd.rttpeaJ section lap] of the Code In
"relaflbn to the duties of Sealer of
"WclgAts and Measures. The measure
ijpbollBlies the office.
Int^he House to-day Mr. Winston
stated that ho was absent by leave i
yesterday when Sir. Hu Diu way's i'cau
lulton with reference to the President's
messnge on tin- Venezuelan matter was
considered. Had he been present he
would have voted for It. Air. Newberhe
stilted that he would have supported
the resolution had he been present.
Mr. Satinders Introduced In Die House
a bill to simplify the mode of p'roced
lll'e In actions at law and In suits lit
equity: It Is the same measure Mi'.
Walts offered in tin: Senate last ujs
? * ?
A hill was offered by Senator Tredwuy
amending the act In reference to tin
State Hoard of Health and appropria?
ting $0.000 for the expenses of Hit
? ? ?
The failures of Messrs .lames n. Pace
ami 10. D. Christian have aceusloned a
good deal of uneasiness in the business
circles. There, uro rumors id' oilier as?
signments', but just at present these
cann it lie verified. As the report has
II a Itroad street house may go to the
wall, us well as another lance establish?
ment, it Is firmly believed that the
assets of Messrs. Pace and Christian
will be ample to pay their debts.
In my dispatch la.st plight, as to What
Senator Mcilwnlne said about lynching
before the Committee on Courts, it was
nut Intended to convey the Idea that
he said or Intimated Unit the l.un-n
titirg prisoners would be lynched. lie
wns speaking on the gencriil subject
and stated In substance that he dhl nol
think lynch law eonld he abolished and
that be did not object to It far a certain
c ? ?
There Is no longer any doubt that the
Oeneral Assembly will be asked to
amend the city charier of Richmond so
us to place all departments of the gov
ernmenl under .commissioners, The
Chamber of Gonunorey hhs h committee
at work on the subject ami a bill will
soon be prepared. It will meet with
powerful opposition; '
Frank Morgan, alias. Ptiul Prank, the
nlleped forger und swindler, who was
brought here from Newt ort News yes?
terday, appeared before Justice Crutch
fleld In the Police Court this morning,
Morgan, alias Frank, Is charged in three
separate warrants witli forging a check
on the German National Haul, of New?
ark, N. .1.. and attempting to pass the
same on Mr. A. YV. Archer, proprietor
of the Exchange Hotel, with defroudlnu
Mr. Archer of n board bill of JdO.*0, and
with stealing $:'C> froth Mr. I. MorrlanV.
in the absence of witnesses I he exami?
nation wns postponed until the 21st
The Polire Court of Manchester was
crowded this morning with people mixt
: ous to hear the trial of Harry P. linn
cock, who is. charged with the betrayal
ojr Miss Eine Smith. After some little
delay Mr w. Hay Garnet!, counsel for
the accused, halted that the ease be
continued until to-morrow morning so
as to secure certain desirable witnesses
which were riot present ibis morning.
The postponement of the case was grant?
ed ani the prisoner was mken to the
cell, where he remained in.ill nboul ll
o'clock, when be* appeared before .1' dge
Ingram and secured bail in the sum of
? ? ?
Harry Hancock, who was brought
here from Norfolk, on the charge of
betraying Miss Etile smith, to-night
married the young woman.
Elizabeth City, N. C. 19.?(Special.)?
Mr. Thomas Johnston, son of tin- Itev.
Di'i Johnston, of this place. Is here
from collide, spending the vacation
with his parents, on Main street.
There was a very enjoyable birth-da?
party at the Albemarle Hotel l?-nlght,
in honor of Miss Ethel Dlyiho. There
>yas rpiite a number of young people
present to do honor to their hostess'
Mr. 12. C. Qardlrier, a former resl
d-nt of Hiis place, 1.? visiting tue family
of Mr. 1'. W. Meliok. on Water street.
Miss Rebecca Murray, of Fnirfield,
N. Co Is the jrucst of Miss Annie Spenc;-,
on Road street.
The Rev. Sam. Jenes ? lectures to?
night (Friday) on "Get There and Stay
Thera" This Is thet llpd time that
Mr. Jones, has appeared before an au?
dience at this place.
The Onston Literary Society, which
gave such n successful entortnlntr-onl
at the Atlantic Collegiale a short time
ago, will soon give another, the proci eels
to bo given to the poor of the city. Ev?
erybody should see this entertainment
not only for the pleasure derived from
It, as the boys promise to give a first
class show in every respect, but to
help nut so charitable n purpose.
Rev. R. B. John, presiding elder, will
preach in the Methodist Church lure
Sunday morning ami evening.
Exposure to cold, i-amp winds may re?
sult In pneumonia unless the system Is
k"nt invigorated with Hood's Sarsapa
Grcal preparations arc In progress for
Christnuui entertainments by the Sun?
day Schottin of the ward. Surely they
arc worthy or much pmlsc. who take
so much phltis witli the uhlldri n.
M'r. Moses Brown is reported ill tit
his homo, on North Mai thy uvctttic.
Tito representative of The Virginian
is requested to state in connection with
the fuel that tlie King's Daughters now
represent the United Charities, this In
addition: A large number of envelop, s
will ho distributed in Rmmbloton to re
CClve n holiday offering for lite pool
I his will give all an opportunity l<
ontrlbute in ,,th< worthy cause aw1
none need rear Unit too much will be
raised, for great is I ho need unions; tin
unfortunate ones in the city.
Tin- funeral of Miss Idea nor Ann Pa
vis will bo preached this a. in. at 11 I
o'clock, from Hu- residence ol lo r niece,
Mrs. M. V. flonney, Mfl West Mlerblaed
avenue, where she died suddenly \Ved
ii' sday morning.
Mr. 13. is. Marehant. contractor ami
builder, is completing a handsome res)-I
donee, corner of Ferguson ami Jnhier
son avrjiiiies, for Mrs. Randolph, of
West Urambleloa venue.
iim. of the pre t liest of all I he cnlor
tiltnmeiits yet given si festival Hall
was enjoyed laut night by an appi
dative audience, it being the Ha:; drill
in which n. goodly number of beautiful
young Indies acted their ports most
skillfully. With this crowniut: net nf
the long series, the Pure Food Exposl
! lloii closeil last night.
A while man. Stephen .1. Fentress,
was run over on Calverl street extended
Tuesday evening last by a horse n.n'd
buggy, with two men. one white und
one colored, in the buggy, who to the
ifuMIn hre unknown, for tliov n< vor
hailed to see the damage they had
done. Me. Fentress Is now on his h I
at No, !t7 Gecelln tiveniie. North Rroui
hl< ion, where to- must remain for some?
time If ho recovers, w'tll a wife ami
three little boys, ileprrideiil nlonc upon
his dnllv lal ?r for their support. The
attention of the charity people of Nor?
folk b called to the condition or this
EDENTON. N. C.
Edenton, N. C. Dec. 10.?(Spoctnl.i?
i.eii Uranson, A. M.. I>. D.. Raleigh.
X. O.i publisher of Uranson's Agricul?
tural Almanac, etc. is in town io-day In
the Intercut of his publications,
Mr. .lohn Siefttl thorpe and bride, and
Miss St.Ha Lilt ham. sister of Mr*. Sklt
tlolhorpe, arrived hero Wednesday from
Bllunboih City. They leave ib-dny for
Plymouth, their home.
Mr. R. A. Pretlow. of the Albemnrie
Steam Navigation Company, ami Mr.
E. C. potter, of the Norfolk arid South?
ern Railroad, are in town to-day.
Dressed hogs uro plentiful, conse?
quently cheap, in our market.
Brings comfort ami improvement rind
lends to personal enjoyment when
rightly used. The many, who live bel?
ter than others nntl enjoy life more, with
less expenditure, by more promptly
adapting the world's liest products to
the iiecds of physical being, will .-.ties'
the value to health of the pure liquid
laxative principles embraced in the
remedy, Syrup of Fig*.
Iti excellence i.-, due to its presenting
in the form most acceptable and plcas
ant to the taste, the refreshing and truly
beneficial properties of a pi rfret lax?
ative; effectually cleansing the system,
dispelling colds, headaches ami fevers
find permanently curing constipation,
it lias given satisfaction to millions ami
met witii tin' approval of the medical
profession, berau-o it acts on the Kid?
neys, Liver stud Bowels without weak?
ening them and it 13 perfectly free from
every objectionable substance.
Syrup of Figs is for sale by all drug?
gists in 80c am! $1 bottles, but it i-s man?
ufactured by the. California Fig Syrup
Co. only, whose name is printed tin every
package, also the name, Syrup of Figs,
and being well informed, you will not
accept any substitute if offered.
THtVIRGIKIAK'S DAILY HIHISI?H?liStKttPcRS
BILL OF FARE FOR TO-.flORROW,
SATURDAY, DEC. 21, 1S95.
'Apples and Dates. Baked Potatoes.
Sausage. Corn Bread. Prunes.,
Lamb Chops. Mashed Potatoes.
Steamed Cabbage. Pickles.
While ami Graham Bread.
Peach Tapoca Pudding. Wafers.
Oyster Stew. Crackers!
Bread and But tor.
One-halt1 box gelatine, one quart milk,
yolks of thiev eggs, bno cup of sugar.
Soak the gelatine In the milk for an
hour: i>ui on the Blove and uUt" lt
warms; beat the yolks and sugar to?
gether, and stir into the boiling milk.
Season with ..vanilla. \Vhen set set've
If ill 1 f?B
THE l IKKAT
Family Medicine of the Age.
Taken Internally, It Cures
Diarrhtea, Cramp, und Pain in the
Stomach, More Throat, Sudden Col.i?,
CougitSi Sic, &c.
L).>t\i Externally, It Cures
Cuts, Itrnisss, Hums, Scalds, Sprains,
Toothache, Pain in the Pace, Neu?
ralgia, Hhcutuntism, Frosted Feet.
N?t r.niH.- fT..T attained to lach unbounded
popular iy.. -.?? , >,, ttUrrrrr.
'.rOrlo ui (int w.rit ntvl -Irin,-.?<V.,ii.
t. ? , < 'tiincmy .n the . Hi ?.-.,?)? .,f thi,
I Aiii-Klll.'r. Ii? bare aa*:i ?.< marir nfT-cU In
?'??thliiir 1I1.1 irviivkl pain; and knew it tu i,o a.
Ciiii.l : rl i,.. . <?/,,.
\ ruro :.,r pain no ranillj ilioul.l lio
?.:!?? it 11 Vmlrr.tl TV,,.-,,,...
K [liiiia j i Mirnmiod ihn Paln-KIUrr,
>? 1 - ?n? it.mi .-alnablo (amity medicine now
It l;.i> r"it ni< r;:: a mean* of rcmorlng pain,
p." 1. I"," a** acunlreii a reputation ?-,|<i.,l n>
t r-.v ,)..,,,? Pain-liillor.?Xtuport (A>.) Jfallg
Is .. reall] 1 ralnabla modlelno?it is tico.l hr
luinjr I'hjt 'Ian*. .... Trihflttr.
H;wa.( Im latinna, !: :y unli i',? renalaa
iur.1.- 1 nav IIjivh" a.:d evcrywUero,
" ft PLAIN AMD TRUTHFUL
Von not Ii ? In the papers the
thousand* of business failures all
over the country. The reason of
this is tli.it firms in anticipa?
ting Great Business, have over?
stocked themselves at the early
part of the season, and now find
that they have more than enough
goods, but not enough money
wherewith to pay. To-day job?
bers force goods on res; ciisil In
merchants at prices fur below
An i xpi rlenco of Thh iy-Tvvo
Years tin a taught me care and
forethought, and thanks to this
day. I am enabled to stand as Use?
ful Middleman between the Whole?
saler and the Consuming Public.
When other firms advertise sell?
ing below eest, I can itpilOUIirc
that on account of buying cheap;
I shall sell oh- up.
Vevet Feathers. Every style
Hat. Everything In Mllllnory.
Goods at less than regular wholi ?
sale prices, yet without loss to :.-.!
KM CHURCH STREET
If yon Iiilend moving mill desire u nice
cheap residence, located in iho Ik-si purl
Ol U'O Clly, CUll I'll
JNO. F. IIATPON & CO.,
PINE RESIDENCES located In any
part of llio city cheap for rent,
JNO. F. IIATTON CO.,
CALL NOW and get your pick or
Kino Residences. If you intend moving
to tiny part of Norfolk.
JNO. F. H AT IV IN & CO..
del;* Haddineton Building.
FINE LOTS FDR SALE
price from $m to h<m each.
terms?Ono-thlril cash: balance In 1
and '1 years, with. i? per cent, interest;
FI. L. P?GE & CO.,
.Solo Agents, No. ic Ik.nk st..
TITI.K PERFECT. NORFOLK. VA
(Rye ana Barley Malt.)
lip Iii Be.
I Seal T
JOHN % BURROW,
142 Main Street,
HEAD OF OLD MARKET SQUARE.
? Hill Street
Oood? delivered every day in the week
also in Portsmouth, Berkley, LOamble
ton, Atlantic Clly, etc., etc.
AUCTION HAI.EW-FUTURE DAY.
Gil Iiis Mi
145^ and 147 Churcti Street.
SKA It COVE.
at GOODS ?T H&LF PRICE
FORTES ISAYH OXr.Y.
Dry Goods, White Goods
Notions and Underwear.
Full Stock of
Men's and Boys
Good line ol" Bools
Toys, Dolls, etc.
The Whole Stock Must be
Closeil Out in Ten
By order of
_THE TRUSTEE. _
ny virtue i?f the Provision? of n deed
of trust dan-1 tin- 1Mb du) of Novcihltcr,
IS80. und ivcoi i d in the. Clerk's utile? ol
N'nnscmond County Court, in Deed of
Trust Hook No. 1. page Ii?, und executed
to inn l>y Annie Rhriver und Mavid Kchri
ver, her husband, und at the request ol
... Hierein secured, I shall offer
lor sal.: at public auction, in front oT Hie
postotflec in the town of Suffolk, Niuisc
niond county, Va.. on
Thursday, Dec. 26th, 1895,
at 1" o'clock in., the folio win;; properly,
ALL THAT CERTAIN FARM, TRACT
nit PARCEI, OF LAND
lying In Sleepy Hole Magisterial District,
..tiiirieiiiOiiU comity, Vii^imu, upon which
the grantors reside, known as "Minion
yllle,. Including Dumpling Island, bound?
ed by the hinds of Dr. Ulcliurd II. Lir.n
iiion, i''raiiklin Erlshce's estate.the marsh
land of A. K. U ilroy, I he county roan
leading from Suffolk to t'ortsiiioutli, nni!
Ihe waters of Nansemoud ilv^iraiid Jone?
creek, supposi d to contain about Uhu
hundred (650) acres, more or loa.
And iiIho about oik- hundred acres ol
woodland, lying in Sleepy Hole Maglste
rlui District, Nan .i inond county, Vir?
ginia, or. lioth sides , f the Norfolk and
enroll mi railroad* adjoining iho land-, ol
I >r. Richard If. Rciimoii; the lands
Krmiklhi FrlslMc's csiiile, I'cle.r <?. Khen
fformerly I'ienlU Duke'fe) and the Rurres
This Is one of the most valuable farms
on tli.- Nans-n.oi,.| river, lind is adapted
to the growth ol trucks and nil othei
< rc ps raised h. tili?' vicinity.
TERMS -Cash SUfllelenl to pay t!.< i
pousea of sale, the tiii>u?.'s commission,
and thlrty-twj hundred dollars (VI, "?"
with Interesl from tlio.I5t|i .lav of May.
I?.9?, ihe am on,i of seemed ilebl unpaid,
and Ihe remainder ii|. mu'lt terms
the grantors shall prescribe itnd direct 01
I be il.iv of sal-: and upon ihe failure ol
the grant is to direct at the time >d' sale
then ni" " such n uns as the trustee siial
THOMAS M. (HI I FEIN, Trust! ?.
J. WALTER HOSIER,
SALVAGE AND REWARD,
LOST from barge December 11.?
old Point, crossing Horse Shoo, abou
fo.uuo feoi of North Carolina Lino, inostl:
one Inch, si.';teen feet boards,
We will nay a proper salvage for 1)1
above and n REWARD for any ir--..Tia
lion leading ti, Iis recovery. Addrcs
OEO. P. SLOAN ? BRO..
Ill LlKht s--'- wharf.
delS-Ct Baltimore, Mil.
AUCTION SAM'.S TJJIN DAY.
By Taylor & Co., Auctioneer.
p AWNRROKER'S SALE.
By direction of Mesum. F. Jacobs &
Uro. v/o wilt sell nt their store, No. ?78
Church street, commencing THURSDAY;
December lltth, ul 10:30 a. 01. and 1:'M p.
in., n large collection of forfeited pledges,
consisting uf Gold and Silver Watches,
iluinoiids. Jewelry, Clothing, etc. Fur
liltjire. consisting nf Carpets, Hi ulers.
Machines, Clucks, tin elegant Organ, etc.
Every article will be Bold without limit
All pai ties having forfeited pledges
with us tire requested to call and redeem
we, i: 1 so they will Uu sold.
Pi JACons .v.- BRO.,
? iT-tr A net lot
ACCTION r-i.H.I?? il'it Jti: DAY.
Pamiill Brothers, Auctioneers,
p URSUANT TO TUB FOLLOWING
1 neuh ol trust reonled in the Clerk's
I ofllcea of the County Court of Norfolk
unty, Va., mid In the Corporation Court
I of the City ?'i Norfolk, v'.-i.. we shall soil
nt piihlle auction tit the Kenl Estate Ex?
change, Main Btreet, Norfolk, Va?. MON?
DAY. Decomlici 23, isa.1, ill ej o'clock in.,
tier following pi opi i : to-wlt:
PI HST A LOT OP LAND WITH IM
PROVEM ENTS TIHSBEON, fronting 23
feel on the east side of Itesurvolr avenue,
p.rumhlclou Ward, Norf..II: Clly, Vit.,with
i di pth of 123 fi > i and distant liKfi feel from
Highland iivenne. Deed of trust nindo
by Barah E. Batten mid John .1. Batten
dated September 31, Itilfi. and recorded
in Deed-Book II? A., page Id, Clerk's
?ll'ce, city afon said.
SfCOI.d A LOT OP LAND WITH IM
PII'JVKMENTS THEREON iiliualud at
:ii>- southwest corni r of Drown and
Beeves avenues, In Itrnmhletou Waul.
Norfolk Clly. Va., und fronting on Beeves
avenue 2ti feut, wllli a dip ill along Brown
aveniiu of UO feel. Deed of trust miida
by Delia Keeling and ThotniiH Keeling,
dated September 1st, ISiil, and n.ul. ij
in Deed Book ll.i A., page 0), Clerk's of?
fice, city aforesaid.
Third LOT OP LAND WITH IM
PROVBMENTS TIIEBEON, fronting 25
feet on I'oolc street, Atlantic citv
Ward, Norfolk <'iiy. Vn., with a depth
,,i iin feel, and dhitnnt l feel from the
southwest corner ... Pool sire, i ami Cult
I nil avenue. Deed of trust made by Lewis
I'. Brown, dated August, 17th, ISM. and re?
corded In Deed Book Ilfi, A., page Ml,
Clerk':' otr.ee. clly aforesaid.
PI FT 11?LOT OP LAND WITH IM?
PROVEMENTS TIIEBEON, fronting
llilrty feet on llic Buuth side of Bullltt
Btreet, with u deptli of I"?' feet, situated
near Lnmbi rt's Point. Norfolk county. Vn.
Deed of trust made by N D. LunsfOril and
wife dated October Kth, ISW2, and recorded
In De. d Book 170. nngc 43, Clerk's of?
fice, county tiforosaldi
:-'ixth LOT OP LAND WITH IM
PUOVEM ENTS 'I'II EBON, No. I IM) on Ihe
plat of Purl Ni i f Ik. fronting forty feet
on Florida avenue, with a depth of HO
feet, and distant 130 feet from Second
itreet. Situated m Port Norfolk, Norfolk
county. Vn. Di ? d of trust nuide by it.
:- Mockau and \.ife. dated September 3>l,
|?'S. nud recorded hi Deed Rook IBS; pngo
2S cb rk's olltce, county tifori isld.
' Heveiith?LOT I. W ITH IMPROVE?
MENTS TIIEBEON, on Poll rlh
utreot, Berkley, Norfolk county, Vn..
according to the plun of the Nash
lulld. De. d of trust made by W. !-!. and
Clara Peebles, in.a duly reconled In Iho
Clerk's olllce, uf Norfolk Comity Court,
DENNIS ETI I ERIDOE. and
JOSEPH A. WINSLOWj
de l?.-td MicHon?'f>l'S.
;HQ DOffRS. MOS,
HHE B?lLBERS' H?&9WA?E,
\k\iiVi, ?ILSi t4ly5.il!].
Polish Plate and Winuow Glass,
I UN .MAN' ale M All I IN i:/.' I'Uttlfi
l'.L 'D -MIXE i l'AINT>. P.VatlY
GALLON SOLI) liNDKIt A HIND
INR O. Alt?NIKI-..
COOKE, CLARK & CO
f? CM. lir.i.V<. rnell.tt Illmtienit Wroafc^
(? '1/ , ..,.;?),..,?.,?.;?!-'.ri-.olM.ln^.lcil
< V-j ',?.;'.'??;'..: ?'? ::.'lii i l..r l.'.i-hi -." '<?> U'ttr>
Or i.. l tl"i ? "..11. 10,000 ToUuMllUlS,
t !,i. i,, ?I -v Olivnilrai Co., Madlnoj,:l'}v"r<L'.
Ban u. us> iMti in- jliu I'ltlluila., Pa,
For Over Fifty Years
SOOTH IHO SYRUP
has been used for chlt?rtjd'.Ylsilc teething.
It bootheu u.lulii, aolie.1.4 liVi -fuiuu, al?
lays all in,in, .on' ulud eo. .', r'egiiliites
Hi* '?i;, u.o ii ai d U-wols, mid is tiiu lie:!t
remedy for dlnirlioet. Tw?ntyi,5?''i> con is
i bottle. Sold by all drugs 'gno.::
? iio world.