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?hb Bisa bs? cvifi Sena"
IS THAT S-W.000
READY" TO PL.
AMD JUDGE Y
PRISE YOU \V1
FANCY CASS1!
Ll'TTI.W FEL1
stock Which we bought from the sheriff's sale, you know that stock of h. a. hazlkton & c?.,
\ck ON OUR COUNTERS WEDNESDAY MORNING to SEI.!. AT mc. ON THE HO El.ar. you cannot POSSlBL
or YOURSELVES. EVERY GARMENT MUST go. as PRiCE IS No OBJECT. THERE is NOT a suit OH OVE
i EN YOU COMPARE OUR MEN'S OVERCOATS in ENGLISH OR WORAjUBO. KERSEYS and MELTONS. as THE V ARE tai lor-MA de, WITH HALE-INCH lap seams. raw EDGES.
? CUES. THESE GARMENTS ARE MARVELS of BEAUTY. WE AI.So WANT TO call your ATTENTION TO OUR CHILDREN'S suits, OVERCOATS, with deep CAPES and
,OWS. PRICES WILL be 8MASIIED TO PIECES at THIS SALE, AS YOU WILL SEE BY the FOLLOWING, viz.: '
i & CO.. OF NEW YORK. WE HAVE JO-.T RECEIVED THE LAST CONSIGNMENT ON MONDAY
SIBLY REALIZE THE BARGAINS WE AHE OFFERING AT THIS SALE. IT WtLL PAY YOU TO
EROOAT IN THE store HUT wIIAT we HAVE MARKED DOWN TO LESS THAN 40C ON THE
AND WILL HAVE THEM
COME A HUNDRED MILES
DOLLAR. . IT WILL SUR
VELV.ET COLLARS. LINED WITH SATIN OR
ULSTERS, AS WE HAVE NOT FORGOTTEN THE
Oil the Dollar is what we are selling the FINEST CLOTHING oh the
mad<7H^ less than the cost of the cloth.
Will buy n llrst-clnss Casslmerc Suit, any size, and a selection of io stvles to select
from. :Tlie cloth In this suit cost 70c. per yard. You know R takes 1 x van s to
make the snlt. .which la M.60. but wo promise to sell you goods at less than the
cloth cost, and this statement bears us out. Don't fall and ask to be shown these
suits, us they are wonderful bargains. ????wii im.se
MEN'S SUITS.
Men's Clay Worried Milts.$6.85
Voting, Meii"?_l??ul>lo iiml KIM.
4.00
Men"* Cnssliueru Still? for . JjJCj.OO
3!80
OVERCOATS. UTTERS.
. ? x?>H ute Hrenfctotl Knits
BS7S??r/; k!0 80.00 Jlon's Nulls tor
8S YonngMen's Suits lor.
820 lien's U\ercontS, Melton,
Horsey.
817 Imported (Itirittitiitn Over.
cnniH.
Sin Fretieh isiiu-li < ina mi <ii -
ereonts .
tiio oxioni Mixed (?vercontA...
815 kristt i-'relK? Overeent?, no
Incites long, made in fliHi
clnss style.
9-50
r.5o
$i.50
4.r5
7.40
MEN'S PANTS.
Men's Illlll'u 1111(1 nine
Wool Cheviot Punts.
Men's Ktlwnrd Harris'
mere PlllltH.
.?'";e 1.60
Cam,.- 2.00
2.38
(lawyer's Cnwitiuere l'nuto..
Hcu's t'nssiniere Pants.<Jj j CJQ
CHILDREN'S CLOTHING.
ChlHlion'm Cnsslmere Knoc oc?
Pants. Z3C
^hHdreij's Strictly All-Wool^ j
1.35
$1.50
Chililrcii'fi Deep Cape Over
nulls.
83.00 i :> no . en s ?nun...!
AS CHRISTMAS DRAWS NEAR EVERY GARMENT !N THIS STOCK MUST GO.
THE L\ST LOT OF THE GREAT IIAJ5ELTON STOCK HAS REACHED US. AND V,E '. ? 'ANTIC HURST TO GET THROUGH WITH THIS TREMENDOUS SALE. WE HAV
AND NOT CONTENT WITH THAT, WE ARE OUTDOING OURSELVES. COME AT ONCE OR KICK YOURS 1LF ALL YOUR LIFE. THESE OPPORTUNITIES DON'T OCCUR EVERY DAY
CHANCE. .
E BROKEN ALL RECORDS IN THE CLOTHING nucivpus
; IT'S A SIN NOT TO SEIZE THEM WHEN YOU GET A
ecoseosooeesoodseo
I S?UE I
S MOW ?
c?
J3L J?L^?P^\?.J8lM- "^^y JL^LJ*" ^.l^JtL
? IVO. WO Jil^IiV Sl^l-ilSlS'JL"*, NORFOL/K, V?i
I X. B.?WEN EVENINGS UNTIL CHR1TMAS..
osoeosostoeececsow ?
;o Dsaa sen* bi ti raan n*cn naan bjih ?nun prom_tin in nnsa pi on tsa M-Jj an bcbb mmIB bbbb_nt na_ nun_bibb_ein nun pi en ?rnn mn ?n- __nn ???,., -
ESta ?Eca i^nan ucc-j uinu tii.in goio aanic er:na innan unun ?an? ?* "- ?
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SATURDAY UNTIL 11:30 P. M.
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LEGISUT?RE ADJOURN
3eclde it Inexpedient to Pass Act Allowing
the Governor to Call Out Militia.
;ELAND'S NIGHT FERRY BILL PASSES.
Meli? nine Praises Senator I!Ill Oys
tormuii'.s Protective Association
11111 Will Probably ??? Tltrotigti - j
To i'o. l?p Alter tlie llqlidajs
K Tile New Depot.
V>t>Richmond, Ya.. Dec. HO.??Special.)?
:f;.The Senate came within two vol -.: o?
?flrescinding the resolution pu-ssed i.y the
vjGenerul Asrcnihly ec ii.rsiui? and ;.;
^proving or President Cleveland's V'tae
^zuelu.n measagc. Mr. Mciiwalae. who
i^vas unavoidably absent yesterday, lei
SJthe movement. He offered a preamble
j|?ri?l resolution reciting that the action
BMLken. had been hasty and unadvised,
Bwl?ias the iiuhject \va.'? a grave one the
iv Joint resolution should bo rescinded,
' the House u ?neurrlng.
j^V. .The Peters Lang S. nator made a. very
"(/able addicts In which he argued that
3(;tho resolution as it would f\? to tie
^President and Virginia 'Senators and i
ft-ltepresentati\ o-t in C.'tign -s v. ??.!!?! nut
g reflect very much credit upon this Coai
monwealth. as it was r..<;hing more
I than a patch-work paper This was a
%'niatter Mr. Mcllwnino thou;;ht, that
J/'.ca.llcd for the careful consideration,
fcjfe admitted that the message was an
$.uble paper, and all that, atid thought
fe.the Presld-nt tun I Co:. fh< all he
"?left alone to d>ul with this uue Ion, as
ft.the'y might see lit. Incidentally Mr. Mc
iil;Ihvaine praised Senator lliil for his
^efforts to have the disabilities of eer
p.tain ex-Confederates removed. The
Ji.vote on passing the resolution was?
.va-yes, 12; noes, 11.
j' The Senate Committee on Courts of
^'Justice this morning took up the ver
^ijjor's L?nen burg message, and ?fter a
?-brief discussion of it ilecided thai it
bjftyias Inexpedient to pass an act (riving
|?\Hls Excellency enlarged powers In or
Sderlhg out the military. Semiim nl w.is
BjbVerwhelmlngly v>;iposed to carrying
out the recommendations made. One
4Sof the Senators remarked t<> me that
I'.'if the Governor were allow,-.1 to seed
[Mrodps without a request from t>>e loc.il
^/authorities a partisan K.\>r'Hlvi e.nild
Attend military to. the polls and intlmldati
^?.iVoters. Such an act as was proposed
I'.h'e -regarded as being a. .-?-.?upanioti
ffipleee of the force bill. This settles the
spnatter that the Governor. If ho sends
WLtoops to Luncnburg will have to <":?.
xi'aOt without being asked by the countv
Ivpfficers to do so and without auth my
jj^frWn the Legislature. It Is the'.
<j(U.lte certain that the prisoners u ill
ho taken back without military escort.
* * a
The two houses <\f the General As"- tn
[bly adjourned to-day to meet on Mon?
day, January t'.th. This is an unusually
ong recess, but the work of the l.ep's
iture is more advened than ft usually
at this season. S vera! in-lnh.-rs left
"tonight for the Atlanta i:\cj-itlou.
??fP.Ctly upon re-asretnhlli-g. the Lcgls
4ui"e will take up the election bills
fftl^consider thf-m. H begins to hv?.k
('though none of the sitting tuitl-Demo
tic members wo-.M. be tie sea.ted.
ie oyster bill, the . ? .-. favored by the
{.Oyalermen's Pv..u?ctlve As ??J5.tion,
..VWlll be c/fered soon after Ohrlsttiia.-s by
Relegate Plana of p.'.rt-t.'iotith. and ps
Fllkely to attract considerable attention,
ppjrjttectlve Ass . -la! ion u has S.000
fcinebibers. ar.-l is growing >? ratddp
Sine Officers and !<??:: dis are enorm r:>;;r-d
gjtobelleve the nuntiat- wlil soon be- L"J,
* * ?
Coles, In the House, to-dn.y arose
'question of personal privilege, and
lied to some remarks yesterday by
je Hathaway. It appears that the
fer gentleman had made Rome roin
ate upon the appearance In a morn
I paper of a synopsis of a speech by
.'?'OOles, which contained an expres
i Mr. Hathaway said wa? not used
Jebcte. Mr. Coles to-day said he
CAt the request of the reporter, fur
iitd.hlm with notes of his remarks.
I If the expression In question was
Jiiscd In Ills speech it was because
?rgT?t to do so. He stood by that
Jtehce. Mr. Coles stated that l.iat
?Ion Mr. Hathaway wrote a sketch
his life for a paper. In which he
"led himself a rising star.
V, 'Hathaway made a. short reply.
Vilich be explained thn-t he was not
^ilsible for the complimentary ref
ie referred to. In what he ?Ud yes
! he had no Idea of lashing the
gentleman from Northumberland Into
such a fury. Ills only desire was to
correct a report grossly unjust to hlrii
telf. Personal matters between himself
iiitl Mr. Coles, ho said, might be n ttlcd
elsewhere.
The had ettepta of the two big fall?
ure- here lately ure offset by the prepa?
rations the Uhesap'eh.k'e and Ohio raJI
iviiy Company Is making I? spend $2,000,
000 Inn new depot and various other Im?
provements here. Work will commence
ju : ni soon a? the Council crams tho
franchise:* united which will not (be
long, The depot, which is to 1 . ?'.
on Main near Seventeenth will be one
of the very tin est in the South.
* *., *
Tin- report of the 'special t'our-il
1 wieltlee that InvwsthrPitcd (he ; r
fnirsht the gas house'and found a i horl
ugo over $30,000, will not make Its
report until next month, r i-: being
awaited with much Interest, t-paclally
as the Investigation developed the fa 1
that two couucllmcu were guilty of
violating the law In entering into con
Iraols with the city through thr- Super?
intendent of the Has Works. The re?
port will hardly deal severely with Ihren,
They may lie mildly censured, but that
will pivibably be all.
Mr1. Miami's bill to incorporate the
Elizabeth Night Perry passed the I louse
without opposition to-day.
Messrs. Cooke, Bland and Newbernc
left for homo tills afternoon.
Mr. Flood rose to a question of per?
sonal privilege in the Senate ami said
Yo i v. Weekly announced that Colonel
lt. T. lluhnrd has served notice thai hi
would contest his sent. The publlch
tl?n stated also that Mr. Flood hud in?
duced negroes to allow their names to
go on the ticket bo as lo eon fuse Ihi
voters. Tin- Senator said this was the
first he had heard of tho contest, I!-,
disposed of the other matter in n fe\i
words, and paid Iiis respects lo Colon? 1
llubard In language plain enough foi
all to understand.
The. House to-day dismissed the bill
10 appropriate money to preset ve Jiuni s
town Island.
In the House Mr. Strut ton of. red a
bill to tttni nd sections .". S and 10 of ai>
act to protect and advance ngrlctilturi
by regulating the sale and purity dl
commercial fertilizers, and the guaran?
tee und rendition upon which they an
sold und fixing Ihe penalties Incurred foi
violations of the same.
The House Committee on courts thl
morning r-'porled favorably a bill Urn:
has for Its object the prevention of tin
forevry of orders upon Ihe Common
wealth. This mensuro was silggi stee
by tiie dii;. of Hun ley Tayl r. and pr
vldcs that all allowances made by r
court shall be certltled bv the Judge nhf
clerk ni Ihe Close-of the term to lie- Au?
ditor Of Pulille Accounts. It Is claimed
that tills bill provides a met hod of phy
log court orders somewhat after tin
order of the money-drrti r ??' t in, unite)
which it will be very difficult to pas:
forged orders.
? * ?
This commlttc also reported Mr. Hac?
ker's bill providing that \vbeti a crimi?
nal Is exe< 111 < 1! his body shall be turned
over to nny near relative who may de?
mand it.
Kx-flov. Morgan (1. llulkelcy, of ('..p
nectlcut. has been elected president of
the Connecticut Sons of the Revolu?
tion.
In curing torturin<r. disfiguring, hu?
miliating humours of the Skin,
Scalp, and Blood when all ci.se fails.
Bold IhrMghimt the world. Briiiiii Pti^ti T. N'tir
Birr k Sox?i. 1, Klo? t>??r.|,t., Lnnil/m. roiTCB
DSM ASD CSJES. OSor., Bon l'rop?., lloiion, U. B. Ju
Kid-body doli?, bisque bend, moving
eyes, :;??.. f.av., T5?*.. and $1 each.
Silver pin trays, 10c., {lie.
silver pin boxes, 10c. 2.*.o., ."Oc.
Sliver vvel boxes, glass top. GOc.,
7.1c., PSc. $1.18.
Ollt Jewel boxes, ^kiss top, $1.50 each.
Silver jewel boxes, glass lop, double,
with bandle. TTe. each.
Silver photo' boxes, $1.40.
Large llllgree silver toilet bottles, 2Se.
each.
Sliver < lhir hexes. $1.75 each.
Sliver cliff boxes, $1.98 each.
Silver ink blotters, 25c. each.
Silver orange cups. BOe. eacli.
Silver calenders, 25c. each.
Silver smoking sets, 3 pieces, $1.25
each.
Rose wood smoklng-tables, slnnds :i
feet high. It contains cigar holders,
sogar cutter, tobacco cup, match cup.
ashe cup, $1.50 each.
Moon shape mirrors, with sliver trim?
ming, 15c, 25c, 50c.
Silver Ink stands, large size, single,
25c; double, 35c
Felt doll hats, all colors. 10c. each.
Mull doll caps. 10c. each.
50 different styles photo' frames, sil?
ver and uilt, 25c. each.
Celluloid photo" nlhums. toilet boxes,
comb, brush and glass. 75c. each.
Plush and celluloid shaving cases,
celluloid glove and handkerchief bc:;es,
atomizers, jewelery, pen knives, silk
garters, pocket books, fpney laces,
collars, hand mirror:,, l id gloves, rib?
bons, velvets, muslin mulct wee.;*, leath?
er bons, fur boas, ladles' and gents.'
heavy underwear, draperies, towels,
toweling, napkins.) table linen, table oil
cloth, notions, blankets, bed comforts,
silk and linen handkerchiefs, corset!!,
buttons, cashmere gloves, ladies', gents'
and children's hosiery, millinery, wool
shirt waists, dress linings. &c, &C.
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Wc have just received for tho Holidays a beautiful line of RCCKERS, consisting of
Plush and Cobblers Scat Rockers in Oak or iVlahogony.
Reed and Rattan Rockers !
Just the thing for a nice Christmas Present. Also a line of Easels and Pictures.
? <fS A ?PfiRSP9 ??" We can J
rQH ml tab wagons, vi
WHITING DESKS, COUCHES., LOtlNG!
We can show you a large assortment of
L-CIPEDES and TRICYCLES.
prior pm
ook Care?;, Glass Closets, Wardtrobss, Sideboards, and
in Fact, Everything in the Furniture Line,
k i lie Hern B iirnitare
WHOLESALE ?ND RETAIL,
24 old market square,
_{ggrM?il orders promptly attended lo._
"T0Wtal^Concern' Pabst Milwaukee Beer.
I. \v.\i. if. ijahnks, .i Deputy Cloth KfT~nfn r nain nnnTr" 1*?"^ r"r fl
IHSS&SS KTITS RLE 00 PiTEft m memil
ihe following State?: Maryland, .North I _?* |? i 11 *?v r- i?\ __ ?_k i _, /-v __:_ .._. l.
rr.r.M,, and Virginia. _ O.fo... I LJ L_ t~ He l_J. O ! G Age Tl t.
delS-lw* WM. II. BARNES, D. C. 1 _r6?>?<-l?lDMlvorr for fri??o KtMiliai
Al'CTION SALES?rVTUBE DAT.
?T TIM'S S?ll
mx and 147 Cteli Street
RE AB COVE.
FOR TEX BAYS UM.Y.
Dry Goods, White Goods,
Hosiery,
Notions and Underwear.
Full Stock of
Men's and Boys'
Clothing.
Good line of Boots
and Shoes,
Fancy Goods,
Toys, Dolls, etc.
The Whole Stock Must be
Closed Out in Ten
Days.
By order of
_THE TRUSTEE.
iluction Sale
Ry virtue of tlx- provisions o? a deed
of trust ?atol the IMh ilav of November,
,SS0, mid reeortK'il In th> Clerk's olllefl ni
.'anscmbud County Court, in Dew! ul
Trust Hook No. I. page 410, it tie] executed
to nie by Annie Hhrlver and lia.iii Hi in-i
vcr, her husband, and at ? lie request ol
In- creditor therein secured, I shall Offoi
sale at public auction, in fr?nt ?i iln
postoltlce in the town of Suffolk, Niiiihi -
mdnd county, Va.. cm
Thursday, Dec. 26lhf 1895,
at 12 o'clock in., the following property,
lo-Wll:
AI.I, THAT CERTAIN FARM, TRACT
or parcel op Land
lying in Sleepy Hole Mnslslerlnl District.
A'anseinonU county, Vtigltiia, upon which
the grantors reside, known as "Million
..Ii- ," iiK'liaiinii I niinplini; island, Ponnd
.! i.v the lands ul in. Richard il. Uou
iion, Franklin Prlnlioe's estate.the marsh
liitid of A. W'llroy, the couiitj roiiu
leading from Suffolk lo Portsmouth. aw1
the v.iii.'i< of Nonsoihortd livornud J?npf
creek, supposed to contain nimm iiiiti
hundred t!?mi acres, more or l< ss.
And also nbrtul one hundred licreH i t
?v..,,dland. lying In Sleepy Hole Mnglsio
Id District, NHimeinond county. Vir?
ginia,, on lioth sld-??? of tlii> Norfolk and
..'arollnn rail'on I. adjoining tlio lands 01
l')r. Itlchnr?l ii. Hi'iimon, tin- I.mils ol
i'ranklln Frlsb'ie's oaluii'. Pcler O. Blien
(formerly I'rentla Duke's) and tho Uiirrci
11 act.
This Is one of tlio most valunulli farm.
hi the NanHeinontl river, ni.d Is adnptci
to Hi.' n'owlli of liucks ami all otlici
crops raised in tills vicinity.
TBRM8?Chsh siifllclcnt to pay the ox
peases of sale, tin- tiustce'a commission
,ind thirty-two hundred dollars (I3..00
witli Interest from the Ifitli day of Mn>
IS93, the amitinl of secured d' lit unpaiil
und tin- remainder upon such terms ni
the j-'innl >r* shall prescribe and direct i i
tho dav of salo; and upon the failure ?
the grant >rs to direct al Ih* lime of hoI<
then ujMin such terms as the trustee shal
liiink host. , ?
THOMAS 1?. tlRIFFlN. Trustee;
J. WALTER HOSIER,
dcl'.Mds Auctioneer.
AUCTION SAl.KS-I l TURK It VT.
Pannill Brothers, Auctioneers.
p URSUANT to Till-; FOLLOW!no
1 deeds of trust rcordcd in tin- Clerk'?
offices of the County Court of Norfolk
County, Vn., and in I he Corporation Court
of tin- City of Norfolk, Vn.. wo shall sell
at public auction ut tin- Real Estate Ex?
change, Main street, Norfolk, Vn., MON?
DAY. December isas, at IL' o'clock in.,
llin following properly?to-wlt:
FiiiST?a Lot of land with im
proVEMBNT8 THEREON, fronting 25
feet on the east side of Reservoir avenue,
Dramhlctoii Ward, Norfolk City, Va.,wltli
a depth nf |J5 r. el and distant :!>."> feet from
lllatiland uvenue. Deed 61 trust made
by Bnrali Halten und .lohn J. Ha Holt
dated September 20, lv.'.".. and recorded
in Deed-Hook 11? A., page W, Clerks
oil'ce, city aforesaid.
Second?A LOT OF LAND WITH IM
PRO VMM BMT8 THEREON situated at
ihe southwest corner of Hrowti and
Reeves avenues, in Rrnmbleion Ward.
Norfolk City. Vn., and fron line on Hooves
avenue 2C feet, with a depth along rtrown
avenue of AO feet. iX'cu of trust made
by Delia Keeling and Thomas Keeling,
dated September 1st, |Rsl, and recorded
in Deed Hook u:i A., page 50, Clerk's of?
fice, city aforcsahl.
Third-I.OT OF LAND WIT 11 IM?
PROVEMENTS TIIEUKON, fronting 25
feet on I'oolc street, Alhliltic City
Ward, Norfolk City, Va.. with a depth
of 110 feet, ami distant 1-15 feel from ihn
southwest corner of Pool street ami Cen?
tral avenue. Deed of trust made by Lewis
P. Brown, dated AuKtiat, ITtb. IS95, and re?
corded in i'icd Hook n:>. a., pngo nil.
Clerk's olllcc, city ami. said.
FIFTH?LOT OF land WITH im?
PROVEMENTS THEREON, fronting
thirty feet on the south side of ?ulliii
street, with a depth of icq feet, situated
near l.aiubi rl'k Point. Norfolk couiiiy, Vii.
Deed of trust made by n d. Lunsford and
wife dated October Sth, is.:', and recorded
in Deed Hook it'!, pugo 43, clerk's of?
fice, county aforcsahl.
Sixth- I.'iT OF LAND WITH IM?
PROVEMENTS THEItON; \"o. 1190 oh the
plat of Port Norfolk, front IHK forty feel
Oil Florida avenue, with a depth of 140
foot* and distant 120 toi t from Second
street. Situated in Port Norfolk, Norfolk
county, Va. Deed of trust made by R.
s. Mackan and wife, dated September 3d,
IS9.1, and recorded in Deed Look 105, pago
2S, i'h i lt's olllcc, comity nforesnid.
Seventh?LOT 4. W I I I I IMPROVE?
MENTS THEREON, on Fourth
street, llerklcy, Norfolk county, yn'.i
according l<> the plan of the Nash
land. Dud of trust made by W. S. and
Clara Peebles, and duly recorded in I ho
Clerk's office, of Norfolk County Court,
Vn.
Terms: fash.
FRANK DHSC.'I.
DENNIS BTHERlDOE. and
JOSEPH a. WINSI.OW,
dann ill RROS.
do 13-td Auctioneers.
IIivifii srt i t; \<:*.\ vs.
Reai E_state !
If you Intend moving and desire a nice
cheap losi-iencc. locilcd in the best part
of the city. - .Ii ? o
JNO. F. IIATTON & CO.;
Hoddlttgi >n Uutldlng.
FINE R ESI DENOES located in any
p.it i of ihe ei: v cheap for -..i.
JNO. F; IIATTON CO.,
Ha billigten I llllldthg.
CALL NnW ail i'.-l your pick of
Flho Rcsld lie : if you intend moving
to any part of Noi folk
JNO. F. IIATTON & CO:,
d-1". 1 Inddl?irtbii Dulldlng.
FINE LOTS FOR SHLB
WILI.OllGHIiY SPIT.
PRICK FROM film TO i - ? EACH.
TERMS -On--U.il d Cl.iihi bahsi.co in 1
and 'J years, with II per cent. lnl<-rest.
Apply f..
H. L. PAGE & CO.,
Sole Agents, No. io Rr.r.k si.;
TITLE PERFECT. NORFOLK, VA.
SALVAGE AND REWARD.
I ,t 1ST from barge December 11. near
Old Point, crossing Horse Shoe, about
ro.OOu feet of North Carolin i Pine, mostly
one inch, sixteen fool boards,
Wo will pay a proper salvage for (ho
above und a REWARD f-r any Informa?
tion lenuhiK to its recovery. Addicua
OEO F. SLOAN ?? RHU.,
til Light s.i wharf.
delS-Ct Italtlmore, Mil.
For Over Fifty Years
MRS. WINSLOW'S
s ooth i r:r syrup
lias been used for chlh.it . VfUilO teething.
It soothes lb? "htlel, Holic.i 'ilii -.inns, ni*
lays nil pnin, cnrei. wind co. .?, regulato*
tho Btdhltidh and bowels, arid Is I ho bent
leiii'-dy for dim rimer.. Twenty-live cents
a liottlc. Sold by all druggists lhrougno>:S
? he world.

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