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1 Result. Yesterday. yn, 2; Pittsburg, 0. York. 11; St. Louis, 0. 4; Chicago, 13 (drst Kann ) _ tl Chicago, 6 (second game.) Philadelphia. 5; Cincinnati, 0. Standing of the Cluha. Cuba. srg. Won. Lost. S6 36 York . ilphia. tanati .. ktynt. Louis. II 02 4? 48 to 33 31 36 37 40 45 51 :,o N P.C. .604] .6(H)] .584' .&3u .51?! .440 .37;. .344 Today, rg at Brooklyn Chicago at Boston, St. Louis at New York. ? Cincinnati at Philadelphia. "!* Phillies Shut Out Reds. (By Assoclatei? Prosa). PHILADELPHIA, July 30. ? Phil la about out Cincinnati today, her'* wlldneea being responsible nearly all their runs. The visit were unable to bunch their hits. R. H. K. ti ... 000000000?0 S 3 . 1020 02 00x?5 8 ? .Batterie?: Domcher and Schlei; Mc and Dooin. Time, 1:42. Um Ham Succumb to Bell's Pitching, I fBy Associated Preas.) BROOKLYN. Jufy 30. ? The Pitts ) players had to succumb to Bell's today. The Brooklyn team i them out. 2 to 0. Bergen'.; behind the bat was the feature, the game. R . H . E. HPS ... OOlOOlOOx?2 7 1 .. 000000000?0 8 0 eries: Young, Leerer and Gib-j Ball and Bergen. Time. 1:28. Rudderbam and Emalie. Oianta ? mother St Louie, fBy Associated Preas.) YORK. July 30.?By a score 11 to 0. New York shut out St. today. The home team played JM?r pleased and neither players apoctators took the game verv, R. II. * ( atr .. 000000009? ? ? s Tor* .. 0 3 060011 X?11 15 1 lories: Karger. MjcGlyna and MeGinalty and Bresnahan and Time. 1:45. Umpire. John Cubs Take Two in Boston. (By Associated Preas.) ;B08TON. July 30. ? Chicago took QPMMeheader from Boston today, o 4 aas 6 to 3. The first game easy for the visitors. la the they were favored with decision and won out after| i lead. 1 0 4 2 3 3 0 00?13 17 1 010000021?4 9 6 Reulbach . Praxer - and and Marshall. Dorner, Boultcs. Ferguson and Bowerman. Time,, 2:10. Umpire, Rlgler. Second game: R. H K. | Cbicago _ 0 00200301?4 11 Boston . 00 0 0 300 0 0?3 7 Batteries: Freister. Overall and Mo-| rmi; McCarthy, Ferguson and Smith. Time, 1:50. Umpire. Rlgler. American Leagne Results Yesterday. Detroit. 3; Boston, 2. Cleveland, 3; New York, 2 (14 in? nings.) St. Louis. 5; Philadelphia. 1. Chicago, 4; Washington, 5. ?Unding of the Clubs. Clubs. Woo. Lost P.C. Detroit...57 34 .62?! St Louis...55 38 .591 Chicago.51 41 .554 Cleveland . 48 43 .527 Philadelphia. 44 45 .444 Boston. 42 60 .457 Washington. 37 54 .4071 New York . 32 59 .30 Games Today. Washington at Chicago. Boston at Detroit. Philadelphia at St. Louis. New York at Cleveland. Naps Won In Fourteenth. CLEVELAND, July 30. ? Cleveland defeated New York in 14 Innings to? day, 3 to 2, scoring the winning run on BemtB' single, Altlter's sacrifice mid Hlncbman's single. A catch by Deichanty slopped Cleveland from winning In the eleventh. Score: R. H. E. Cleveland? 0000 2000000001?3 13 0| New York? 100010000000 0 0?2 12 11 Batteries: lierger and BemlR; Orth and Blair. Time. 2:52. Umpires,] Sheridan and Bgan. I Nationals Win Out in Ninth. [ CHICAGO. July 30. ? Washington defeated Chicago today. 5 to 4, by a flne ninth inning rally. Four short singles off White and a stinging drtvo off Walsh scored three runs in the last session. Dougherty's triple cleared the bases In Chicago's half of the seventh. Soors: R.H.K. Chicago _ ?10000300?4 7 1 Washington.. 010000103?5 18 1 Batteries: White. Wslsh snd Sulli? van, J. Tannehtlk Hughes and Street. Umpire, Hurst. 8t. Louis Worsts Athletics. ST. LOUIS. July 30. ? Wallace's singles and triples by Ferris and C. Jones netted two runs in the second Inning and gave St. Louis a lead Philadelphia could not overcome. The locals won. 5 to 1. Xrygert was hit nard with men on bases. Score: R.H.K. MR. Louis 00201 200s?5 7 1 Phils. 0 000000 1 0?1 C 1 I Batteries: Howell and Spencer: Dy gerat and Smith. Time. 1:54. I'm pin. Connolly. Tigers Win Close Game. DETROIT. July 30. ? All of Bos? ton's errors were mixed with De Not Good After July 31, 190?. i ^sj. f?"t??"": '?' '; DAILY PRESS ?YS* AND GIRLS' CONTEST This ballot will count for five rotes for the Pony Ootlt foniBhod by the Michigan Boggy Co of Boy or Girl. Good for Ire rotes- when filed oot and ?ent to Daily Prcai offloe by sail or otherwise, on ar be exptratioa of data. No ballot will be altered in y or tiamftiiod after being deposited at the Dafl7 Pres. J SHIRTWAIST RINGS F?rtft> Oa* t %m JEWELRY ? ktrgo Mb* In la* njoot popular mm* Tarawa? MaUrtx. ' Scarabu" or a to Ormm at warn Java tow*. W? aJway. aar? laaai rw to atojw you. J. Palmer's Sons trolt's hits and helped the ?eure, while Detroit played perfect ball whenever there was danger. Detroit hit hard, but Young wan strong with men on bases and many of the hit* were wanted. Moth hides did sonio great bit* of Held work. Score: R. H. K. Detroit . 20010000 a?3 13 1 lloaton . 10000100 0?2 8 3 Ratteries: K Milan and Schmidt: Young and Crlger. Time , 1:40. Umpire, Kvana. Results Yeatsrdsy. (Richmond, 0; Danville, 3. Poi'tsmpilthltynchburg', positioned, rain. Roanoke-Norfolk, postponed, rain. Standing of the Clubs. Clubs. Won. Lost. P.C. Richmond .. .. ..54 32 .628 Danville.52 33 .til 2 Roanoke. 40 4t> .486 Norfolk. 38 47 .447 Lyncbburg. 35 4M .422 Portsmouth .. .... 34 47 .420 Games Today. Danville at Richmond. Roanoke at Portsmouth, x Norfolk at Lynchburg I Southern League Games. New Orleans, 3; Atlanta, 2. Montgomery, 4: Mobile, 0. Memphis, 5; Nashville, 2. Birmingham. 2; Little Rock, 1. MANY THOUSAND ACRES OF LAND ARE MISSING One District In Buchanan County has Shrunk Considsrably, But Values Have Increased. RICHMOND. VA.. July 30.?Buchan? an county Id one of the few counties In the State which has more land re? turned for taxation than there is In the county. For years, as a result of litigation, several large tracts of land have been returned by various claimants, and In some instances the taxes have been paid and in that way the acreage of the county was made to appear sever? al times Its actual size. This year, as compared with last year, there has been a shrinkage in the eastern district of the county of some 700.000 acres, and while the county has lost that much?that is, one-half the county has decreased that amount In acreage?the Nut lists show an increase In valuation of more that $1.500.000. The figures for the eastern district for the years 1907 and 1908 are as follows: Acres. Value. 1907? 2.403.935 $7.044.299 1908? 1.702.370 $9.511.717 The books for the western district of the county have not yet been care? fully examined, but if the proportion of land disappearance continues In that as in the eastern district, the county will have lost more than 1.400. 000 acres, and the value of that which has been listed for taxation will -how an Increase of more than $3.000.000. The clerks In the andltor's office are engaged in seeing just who has lost land, the number of acres and the value thereof. It is a tough old job. but they are working on the case. POISON INTENDED FOR MAN WAS FED TO HIS CHICKENS Negro Is Arrested Charged With At tempting to Poison Huckster With "Doped" Peas. NORFOLK. VA.. ? July v3?.-rW?en Jbtyt Davis, a huckster of portly Jiay gvcune threw a dish of p*ds< into Jhe back yard because he suspected they Very ? not' just right." nine .rhlcjtea* ate them arid died a short time aTtci* wards. Mr. Davis had trouble with a negro. Ananias Maloae. The negro board that Mr. Davis intended to swear out a warrant for him. Matone went to the white man and begged blm not to do so. Mr. Darts promised. Matone I then handed him a hag of pens, which he declared were fine. Although Mr. Davis did not want to take the peas, he Anally accepted them after ?.ahme Insisted. Taking the bag home he told his wife that be didn't believe he wanted to eat any of them. Hie wife, however, did no* take him sertowsSy and prepared them fee the table. When her bnwband saw the dish on the table he threw the peas to chickens. Iteie vine that the pens had killed the chickens. Mr. Darts took some of them tb Dr. She pnard's' uaVi wwerr the physician, after examining ibent. declared that they had been soaked ta asajj kind of prnsow. A warrant was sworn oat for Ma lone, and he was arrested last alght. charged with attempting to poison Mr Daria -ST MAY MIAN X FORTUNE. MIIMen Francs Ospanda on Hew the Beesrthe Spelled Ttmir Name NEW YORK Jalv 3* ?That the ret t< r ?>" will play an important pert in deetdina the rights of the heirs ot Jo?eph Rerearta. whet weed ha Mew Jersey, tw ?bare ta an estate valued at i.Mwanaf. has now been dlarnecr ed. Owe of the hHrs m Mies Sarah R ???/..-?'. a school tree her at IJn coin Park not fur from Moatrisir. who I? at present IIvtag with her aw ther t* Morst Holly Another heir is Frank Roeartb a farmer, who fr?ee nwar Mowat not!? The letter e* perls re *>evr fcjr Fisai | ta Reptem her tm twoiksts taw i seats these- that sad the ether ssaagMsJsastg at Jos Iah Bozearth are entitled to a share of the estate. It appears that the courts will at? tach great Importance to the fact as to whether the American Bozartbs ori? ginally spelled their name with an "e." Joslah Bozearth. who was the foun? der of the legacy in question, was a small merchant In Bordeaux. He had two hour. Josiah and Samuel Bozearlh. Josiuli, the older, came to America In 1847. He marrler and had nine children, seven somi and two daugh? ters. Six of the children survive. After he located In New Jersey, Jos? iah dropped the letter "e" from his name, and since then he dud his heirs have continued Bpolliug it liozurtn. NO DECISION~iN*"rATE CASE. 'Fight on Railroads in Georgia Still Hanging Fire. (By Associated Press). MOUNT AIRY, GA.. .July 30.?No derision in the rate ease will he ren? dered Thursday*. It was slated, and |*>s slbly not for days to conic. Following the argument of Attorney Wimbish to? day who was the last speaker. Judge Speer announced that In* would take the case under udvlsemeiit and render tils decision at a later date. According to the program of the railroads the increased rules on food products and other commodities un? scheduled to become effective on Au? gust 1. Until Judge Speer makes known his decision the temimrary res? training order will remain in force. SALE OF PHOTOGRAPHIC STUDIO. 1 will sell at public auction today, (July 31) at 1:30 p. m., entire photo? graphic outfit at Gray's studio, over J. E. Warren's real estate office. C. W. MUGLER. It. Constable TRUSTEES' SALES. Default having been made in the payment of the debts secured by the several deeds of trust hereinafter mentioned, all of the same being re? corded in the Circuit Court Clerk's Office of Elizabeth City County. Vir? ginia, to which deeds reference is here made, we will, having been requested so to do by the holders of the obliga? tions secured by the said deeds ot trust, expose to sale at public auction to the highest bidders for cash, on the respective premises, on Saturday, August 8th, 1908, at the hours herein? after mentioned, the lots of land here? inafter mentioned: (1) At 1:40 o'clock p. m , lot 5V4, in block 4. on the plat of the proper? ty of the Newport News, Hampton and Old Point Development Company, made by C. M. Braxton. Civil En? gineer, a copy of which is duly record? ed in the said Clerks office, in D. B. 21. pages 321. 322. and 823; this lot hav? ing been conveyed to us by deed re? corded In trust deed book 24, page 17. In said Clerk's office (2) At 1:50 o'clock p. m.. lot 43. in block 13, as shown on plat of the property of the Newport News. Hamp? ton and Old Point Development Com? pany, made by F. P. Ake, Civil En gineer, and recorded in the said Clerk's Office in D. B., 24. at page 192. et seq.. being the same lot con? veyed lo us by deed recorded in Trust D. !!., 24. page 267. (3) At 2 o'clock p. m., lot 48, in block 12. as shown on map made by C. M. Braxton. above referred to: same having been conveyed to us by deed recorded in Trust D. H. 29. page 526. * (4) At 2:10 o'clock p m. lots 1 and 2. in block 20. on amp made by P. P. Ake, above referred to, the same having la-en conveyed to us by deed recorded In Trust D. R. 24. page 267. (5) At 2:25 o'clock p. m.. lot 13%. In block 5. on may made by C. M. Braxton, above referred to. same hav? ing been conveyed to us by d?*cd re? corded in Trost D. B.. 26. page 95. . (7) VAt 2:4? o'clock p. m.,, lots 4 and 5. In btheft 9. on map mnahXJty C. M. Braxton,*; atajve < ret". rr<*d to. line bav Mg beett eaihylyed lb ua by deed re? corded I? r*ant 1>. 6 2*.-page 287 I (81 At-Sit* Vi-leVh^p. tb lot 12., la' Mock on ?map niadc *if C. M. Braxton. above referred to, same hav? ing been conveyed to us by deed re? corded in Trust I). B. 24. page 267. (9) At ., o'clock p. m.. lot 43. in block 8. on map made by F. P. Ake. above referred to. same having been conveyed to us by deed recorded in Trust D. B 2*9. parre 355. (10) At 3:10 o'clock p. m . lot 46. In Mock 9. on map made by C. M. Braxton. above referred to. same hav? ing been conicycd to as by dc-d re? corded in Trust D ft. 26. page ?76. (Ml At 3:20 o'clock p. m.. lot 42. In block 3. on map made by C. M. Braxton. above referred to. same bar? ing been conveyed to as by deed re? corded In Trust D B. 2S. page :,m (121 At 3:.W o'clock p. iu-. lot 37 in Mock 9 on the map made by C. ?. Braxton. above referred to. sasne hav? ing been convcy?-d to us by deed re? corded in Trust Ii H. 26. page 516, (13) At 2:5? o'clock p. Btu mt 34. In block 9. on map made by T. P. Ake. above referred to. same having been conveyed ?o as by deed recorded hx Trust D. & 29. page 34m. (14) At 4 on o'clock p- m- lot 22. in block 9. on the ?- ... mart, by C M 'Braxton. above referred to. samt bav ing been conveyed lo na by Seed re cordeu in Trust D B. 23. page 244. (Ml At 4:1? ntckw-k p. m lot 3*. in Mock 9 on the map made by F. P. Ake. shore referred to. same bavlag been rouv? red to res by tfeed recorded la Trust D R 29. psunr 3*3. (16) At 4 2? o'clock p. a*-, hat 33. ra n*ock 24 on map made hy C. M. Braxton. abwve referred to. aaasr bar Inx bee* conveyed to as hy deed re corded ra Treat D B 34. pnsrv- 267 (17) At 4:3* e. ? p m. ha 13. in Mnrfc en) nmp made If C I Brai'on above refrrredj to ssranr hae las b?en t?mv?)??d to aw wy tawnd re corded m Traut D B St. panm 4SI. (Ill At 4 4f ocsoeS p m. pvt ? fe) block 35. ?I map made by C M liraxton. above referred to, same hav-j lng been conveyed to us by deed re? corded in Trust D. n. 29. page 463. (19) At 4:50 o'clock p. m.. lots 1. 2 und 3. in block 25, on mup made by F. P. Ake, above referred to! same having been conveyed to us by deed recorded In Trust D. II. 24, page 267. (20) At 5:00 o'clock p. m., lot 10. In Mock 29. on map made by F. I'. Ake, Above referred to, same having been convoyed to us by deed recorded tu Trust I). B. 24, page 36T. (21) At 5:10 o'clock p. m, lot 39, in block 3d, on map made by C. M. Braxton, above referred to, sutmv hav? ing been conveyed to us by deed re Corded In Trust 1). B. 21, page 2C7. (22) At 5:30 o'clock p. m . lot 4. in Work 30, ou map made by P. M. Braxton, above referred to, same hav? ing been conveyed to us by deed re? corded la Trust 1). H , .12. page 244. (23) At 5:40 o'clock p. m . lot 28, I in hlock .'!<!. on map made by C. M. Braxton, above referred to. same hav? ing been conveyed to us by deed re? corded in Trust 1). II. 32, page 244. I (24) At 5:50.o'clock p. m., lot 27, In Hock 38, ?n map made by C. M. Braxton, above referred to, same hav? ing been conveyed to us by deed re? corded in Trust 1). II. 2t. page 2?i7. 1XWIS C PHILLIPS, W. K. COTTRELL, 7-29-10t Trustees. TRUSTEES' SALES. Default having been made in the payment of the debts secured by two deeds of trust, both recorded in the Circuit Court Clerk s Office of Eliza? beth City County, Virginia, one in Trust I). It. 22. at page 430; the other in Trust D. I). 23. at page :!97. we will, baviug been requested by the bene? ficiaries secured so to do, expose to sale at public auction, to the highest bidders for cash, on the respective premises, on Saturday, August 8th, 1908, at the hours hereinafter men? tioned, the following two lots of land, both of tbe same being shown and designated on a certain plat of the property of the Newport News. Hamp? ton and Old Point Development com? pany, duly recorded In said Clerk's Office. In D. B. 21, pagea 321, 322 and 323: (1) At 3:40 o'clock p. m., lot 23, in block 10; (2) At 5:20 o'clock p. nr. lot 48. in block 30. LOUIS C. PHILLIPS and JOHN L COTTRELL, 7-29-10t. Trustees. AMUSEMENTS. DREAMLAND THEATRE ALL THIS WEEK Tbe Best Yet Kittle Mary Raymond In her clever .?ng and dance sketch. Little Mary (8 year old; has created a sensation wherever she has appear? ed. Van and His Dog Black face comedian, will entertain you with some clever acting. Don't miss this. New Moving Pictures Daily. Children, 5c Adults. 10c Bell Theatre "\ The. Popular Moving Pic ure Show All ige Comforts of a. First Clasf Theater i !' \ ' New and Interesting Sub? jects Daily Mat. Wednesdays and Saturdays. Admission 5c. Van. Its. mm 3Ze4 SI. DREAMLAND TONIGHT AMATEUR NIGHT PRIZES TO THE WINNERS. FMMT ??* UTtfRtAY The Dainty Little Comedian MART RAYMOND i? years old.) la a Clever and Danee Act Has pleased 1 arge %eu?enres Ihr pant four day*. VAN AND HIS DOG. In a Black Fare Art yon *bonld not fail to see. ta? getker with NEW HIGH CLASS PIC? TURES EACH DAY. ADMISSION Children. bt~ Adelte. tOe. t_! ? J_JL DR. H. H. AD AIR TO LET FOR BUSINESS PURPOSES ADVERTISING SPACE "With Power!* ?3TTWNY legitimate business enterprise may "runt" advertising space iu this uewspaper "with power"?the one dependable motive-power for "running" any business that can be trade to run?the power of PUBLICITY. ? Space may be secured according to your re? quirements?much, or little, as you may elect, with a preference for "much" if you hope to do "much" business. APPLY AT BUSINESS OFFICE WANTED. WANTED?AMATEURS AT DREAM lund Theater tonight. It WANTED?TO MOST GIVE JOU A Refrigerator. Prices cut all pieces. HARVEY FURNITURE CO. 7-10-tf. WANTED?BARGAIN HUNTERS TO visit our Reduction Sale. You are bound to save money at HARVEY FURNITURE CO. 7-10-tf. WANTED?TO SHOW YOU THOSE $20.00 Sideboards we are selling for $16.00. HARVEY FURNITURE CO.. 22? 28th street 7-10-tf WANTED?TO BUY. SELL OR Ex? change, furniture and stores. C. W. LEWIS, 2(02 Huntington area as. WANTED?TO MAKE YOU SAVE / money. The Harxey Furniture Co., has the smallest price on all Fur? niture and Home Furnisttinga. 7-10-tt LOST. I.OST?PAIR EYEGLASSES. BB tweea 5 and 16 cent store and Pier i A. on Twenty-fifth street; small | chip off one glass. Return fo Dail> Press Office. 7-:'?l-2t SPECIAL NOTICES. NOTICE?ALL PERSONS ARK HERE by cautioned aga;nst harboring i trust ing any of the crew of the <??' man steamship Bethania, as no debt.-; of their contrariing will Ih- paid the master, owner, or the UNITED I STATES SHIPPING COMPANY. Agents. 7::o-2t! HOW ABOUT THOSE OLD BILLS. We can collect thong. Guarantee to collect or no charge. GBO. Cj BLAND. Room 1. Co4emsm Bldg, BEST MEAL TICKET IN THE CITY. DEI .MONT LUNCH. ?-18-tf | TO CIX)SE OUT OUR WILLOW Rockers f"r rite summer, we will sell] the $3.6?) ones for $2.25 and the $2.25 ones for $1.7->. Also good New Felt Mattresses for $7.50. M. B. HKK-j MAN. Thirty-fourth street and Hunt I fngton avenue. TRANSFER COMPANIES. OLD DOMINION HAOOAOB TRANS- i far; oeVes CLIO. Station. Thonea, j Bell, Mae. 4SI am? ISt; CHasaa No. it. eg. HAULING PROMTTLT DONE ? | fr>-isjht. baggage fnrniture and safe carefnlly moved All kinds of bant? ing soliriied. Rates reasonable. E. C SHIELD, cor. 2?th street aied Chestnut avi-nne. Bell 'phone 271. MJdt SUMMER RESORTS. saae t?rr f*ct*s*on crn*n? at BUCKROE BEACH Ol T Ml. RAT **? ai T Ps>fhs>\ Osjnsag* A II SCST BATrllWG IN VI?GINIA C?J* Ja**? ? n't ??dl w*fH f? Ars sTIff/ar* I^s)? css)( ^if> tst PATgWOJIZS TO?.* MOSSR tf.MIVt CROCKETT ARSENIC LlTMIA ePRING? AND SATMS. Opewod jae# i at. ?a. Sb. .mall i , (Mart aari BSsagm Caans? i M. J. THOMAS, FOR RENT. FOR RENT ? SECOND FLAT. 6 moms and hatn; ail conveniences Enquire at HAIl.VS. 3204 VVashing loii avenue. 7-31-3L FOR RENT?ONE SEVEN ROOM dwelling on Thirty-third street, be? tween Washington ana Huntington avenues. Apply 217 Thirty-nttb St. "-?.'It-tit. FOR SALE. FOR SALE?ONE ONEACHE AND 1 one two-acre tract of land on La Salle avenue, on carllue. between Newport News and Hampton. Cheap if sold quick. NELMS St COMPA | NY, Inc., Real Estate. Insurance, j Rents & Loans. 2517 Washington uvenue. Newport News, Va. 7-28-6t FOR SALE?INDIAN CANVAS OA | noe. Address, box 245, Hampton. 7-28-2L FOR SALE?TEN ROOM FRAME House, new. Lot 50x125. First St.. Ocean View. Close to water. Grano? lithic walks and shade trees. Terms to suit. A bargain. Address L. W. W. care this paper. 7-26-6t FOR IRON FENCE. SEK W. W. i HENDRICKS HARDWARE. Corner Twenty-fourth street and Jefferson avenue. 7-26-4m. FOR SALE?FIFTY SHARES OF I Williamson Manufacturing Subma? rine and Opera! ing Co's (Inc.! Stock for sale. Make offer. Address [ Box 112, Newport News, Va. 7-24-61 FOR SALE?WIND MILL* PUMP I and tan*. Apply to E. M. TEN j N1S. Phoebus, Va. 7-22-6t FOR SALE A NICE 52 ACRE FARM in high state of cultivation, near Newi<>rt News, 32,400 Also other desirable farms. NELMS A COM? PANY. Inc.. Real Estate, Insurance. Loans and Rents. 2617 Washington Avenue. Newport Newa. Va. 5-16-1 w LOTS FOR S A US OR LEASE Df AU. parts of the eJty. Call and gut prices. OLD DOMINION LAND 00.. Hotel Warwick- Building. EASTERN DISTRICT OF VIRGINIA. Count) of Norfolk, ss. tm this. 35th day of July. A. D.. I!*"-, on reading ihe petition of Harry F. Westacott. Bankrupt. f?r discharge, it is otftiered hy 'he Court, thai a hi-ar Ins t?- had ii|?on the same on the l.>th da> of \u?u?t. A. I). isox. before .said Quart, at Norfolk, in said district, at 12 o'clock noon, aud that notice there? of is- publish*.4 in Th?- imily ProSa, a newspaper printed in said district, and) that all known creditors and other Ipernasm in int'-rcst may appear at the sa:d lime ami piaci and show cause, if an> Ihi y have, why the prayer of I the said petitioner should not be grant? ed. I And It is fnrtre-r ordere?! by the iCeiiri that I be Clerk -hall send by mail to at) known creditors rotdraa tat -a*l petition and tbia order addresa e,| lo tie m at their pieces of residence as stated. Witness the Honorable E-lmuml Waddill. Jr Judsc ,r? the -wid Coirt, and the seal thereof al NorfPBt, U said district on the 25th day of July. A P.. law*. Attest JOSEPH P BRADT Clerk By W B W AI ACER. Deputy Clerk 7 31 2t. W. E. R0USEn fESan??l ?L Nan. Its.