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Crack Wheelmen Will Work for
Fresh Honors, SOME OF THE FAMOUS RIDERS The Number of Fast Men on the Track Will Exceed That of Previous Years. Net Surprising: if Every Record From Yards to Miles Were Broken. ICOPTRIOBT. 1896.1 T would not be a surpris ing thin|,r if nearly every bicycle record from one h n n d r e d and forty yards to fifty mhos were 1 o w e r e ?I this Mason in the contests in which John S. Johnson, Walter t'. Sangcr, Fred ,T. Titus and Owen Ziegler ure to struggle for the supremacy. It is reported thnt Houbeu, Ihc crack English wheelman. W. c. SANGES. ns well as Watson and FTcnie, who have ?beaten records iu Great Britain, arc to jcisit this country. Henie holds records ?jfrom four milus to eight miles, while [Watson is the ten-mile champion of England. If these men come to the United States, con tosts will be arranged in which tin- English champions will meet the fastest American riders, with results sure to he interesting. Houben is a famous wheelman of great speed and wonderful endurance, but, he will have to drive his wheel faster than ho ever has done to be:it either Sanger, Johnson or Titus. It is doubtful if there is a bicycle rider in "the. world who ran beut .lohn S. John sun. of .Minneapolis, unless it be Waller [Banger, and It is doubtful If the rider lias yet mount od a wheel who can de? feat Fred Titus nt from twenty to thirty Tnilcs. Titus, by the way. has joined the Spnlding bicycle team, and he has is? sued a challenge to ride any man in tin" world 25 miles for f?.Ou? a side. It -would not be wonderful if no cyolist picked up tin- gauntlet, for bicycle rid? ers are like race horr-es and pedestrians. These belong in classes. Many can ride the shorter distuuees in fait time, ABTDXr. A. ZIMMERMAN. ?while others who fail ut short distances are successful at the lunger runs. ? It is claimed that neither John^ou nor: S?n? ger can ride 25 miles us' fast as many -?others, while Titus could not live with Sangcr or Johnson in a shorter run. Johnson is perhaps the fastest bicyclo rider in the world for u mile. Tno wonderful mile ridden by Willie Windle in 1 minute 46 4-0 seconds was reduced lust year to 1 minute :i5 2-5 seconds by John S. Johnson, and the time will come vary shortly, if not this summer, when the mile record will be 1 minute 30 becouds. Johnson's milt* as well as Windle's was made with a flying start. Harry C. Tyler's one mile standing has "been lowered by Walter C. Sungor, and to him alone belongs the title or cham? pion at the standing mile, ho having covered the distance iu 2 minutes 7 1-5 seconds. The bicycle is now of as groat Im? portance as tho trotting horse so far as racing is concerned, and it has been proven that it can be propelled faster and further than a horse. John S. Johnson, the champion bi cvcle rider of the world. Is a Swede. 2H years otd, slim built, and weighing in training, US pounds. lie is not a stocky, sturdy lad like Windle, nor a model of athletic beauty like A. A. Zini xnerman. ii> i-, not only the champion ??bicycle rider of tho world, but he is ju^t &u fast on roller and steel skates as he is ton a wheel. Some of his records made 3ast year were: WO yards, 23 seconds; ?.j>0 yards, 52 seconds: one mile, l min? ute 47 8-5 seconds; two miles, 0 min? utes 54 U-5 seconds; these records were 'made with flying start. Johnson ulso holds tho following rwcords with stand? ing start, which ,exceed trotting horse alms* Quarter at *> ?alle. So seconds; fkkd j. osmond. I half a mile, 60;< Bcconrts; one mUe, 1 minute .">7 :;-.'> seconds; two miles, i miu I ntcs I second; three miles, 0 minutes 0 ' aoconda; four miles, is ininutcs',l(j 8-5 Boconds; live' miles, 20 minutes 33 3-5 aoconda. Tho best record for one milo ever made by any cyclist was make by Johnson at Buffalo, N. Y., October 34, 1894, when ho covered n mile on a straightaway course in tho remarkable time of l minute 05 2-5 aoconda, which porformanca boat tlx- best mile i nn on u straightaway course by n race horse. Salvator having covered n mllo nt Mon mouth I'ark, Long Branch, N.J.,in I minute :>?"' ?-, soconds. Johnson is now one year older, uud he has hud greater experience und more practice 11.intidently oxpoota this summer to beat his Buffalo r<.rd. Earl in his career Johnson was not re? garded us u fust. man. ami was beaten any number of times in couvpetitions on nn ordinary wheel. Tho elliptical sprocket gear used on bicycles reduces the omount of friotion to a minimum and Is a big advantage to a strong wheel driver, who plugs uway ut the cranks and relies mi his power innre than his elcvornesH iu fast pedaling. The invention is uu old one, hut it has only recently come Into use. Johnson wns one oi' 'the first to use the improved bicycle, and rode it mile in I minute 50 1-5 seconds. Another tiling thai has operated iu Johnson's favor is the fact that he was tho Urst cyclist to bo paced by a horso. In all trials uguinsl time uyclcrs are paced by some one who goes before them ami brottks the force uf lite wind, which is one ?'f tho greut joun s. JonxsoK. est drawbacks a fast rider has to con? tend with. It has boon reported that Johnson would turn professional and f."> to ICnir land to race ngatnst the champions, and the announcement created quite n sen? sation uinon<^ cycle circles. If ho should cross the Atlantic it will be lute in the fall probably, for he bus been matched to ride u series of one mile races with Walter 13. Sangcr for iv trophy, said to bo valued at C2,500y and the championship of America. Ono rao.ois to come ofT in June, another in July am! the last In August. These contests will raise a furor i:i sporting circles, for the men have any number. of admirers, who will speculate heavily on the results. Outside of the contest>? in eln.ss A and class H, the Johnson Sanger races will bo tho sensation of the cyclo world for IS95. The fact that Arthur Zimmerman, who ranks close to John S. Johnson in speed, is to be married in June und is goLuy to Australia, and that Wheeler and Banker will not be seen in the country this year, would lead many to suppose that there will bo u scarcity of crack wheelmen, but such is not tho ousc. Tho number of fast men in classes r. j. titi s. A and II will exceed the number of pre? vious years, and Zimmerman, Wheeler and Hanker will not be an appreciable, loss to the American path this seuson. Among th" famous cyclists who prom? ise jfreat things this year is A. W. l'or ter, of Wulthuni, Mass. During JsO-t he rode a mihi iu 1 minute 53 3-5<seconds; two inilc/j in 4 ?lliiU,to oi .1-fj seconds. He hav also eoterod a mile in. 66 "see onds. Iiis iwo miies living-, i i minute ? 65 l-.r> seconds was a great performance, while Iiis quarter of a mile in 20 sec? onds, made at Walthani, Mass., on No? vember 1 j. 1804, was also fust cycling. Another wheelman who is expected t<i da wonderful things during 18?5 ii A. P. Sunn, <>f I'ti'-a. N. Y.. who wou a number of races lost year in class A un paoed. ll<' Is not n sprinter, but hi forte is distance riding. Last season he rode three miles in 7 minutes 28 2-5 seconds, four miles in iu minutes * see onds, live miles iu IS minutes 30)<j SCO onds and ten miles in -i minutes SO I seconds. Iiis gr<;at ?ritiniph was ridinj twenty-live miles in I hour C iniliuti and 80 seconds, which feat he pcrformi oil Noveinbcs 10, 1894, at Utica, N. Y. P. II. Allen, of Springfield, Mass.; E E. Anderson, of St. Louis; .1. 1) Park of Denver. Col.; W. A. Wenzel, of Phil? adelphia; IS. O. Nelson, of Springfield Mass.; U. Davidson...f Waltham, Mat are all prominent cyclists who wil malte records during the coming season Wendell ItiilllpV Catalog Itutort. Ur. Purncss, of Philadelphia, tells ; oharaotorlstlc story about Wendel Phillips. "Severalclergymen," hceay "boarded a street cur iu Bostou o-^ day, and one of them, hearing it iuti mated that Wendell Phillips was iu th< cur, got up and asked the conductor t. point him out. 'The conductor did so and tho minister, going up to the ore tor, said: "You are Mr. Phillips, 1 aiu told.' 'Yes, sir.' 'I should like to spcal to you about aomutliiug, and I trust sir, you will not be offended.' "Phi't? is no fear of it,' was tho sturdy unsvt and then the minister begun to ask Mr Phillips earnestly why he persisted; stirring up such an unfriendly agitatloi in one part of the country about an ivi that existed in another part. 'Why. said the clergyman, 'do you not gc south and kick up this fuss arid Icavt the north-in |>caco?' Mr. Phillips was not tho least ruffled, and answer, i smilingly! 'You, sir, 1 presume, arc a minister of the Oespel?' 'I urn, sir.' said the clergyman. "And your calling is to save bouls from hell?' 'Exactly. I sir.' 'Well, then, why don't you p< J there?' "? Life's'Calcndur. Srif form nt tlreukiv:itit A (100,000 breakwater, with cor. caved face to turn the waves back ?. themselves, thereby breaking thcii force, is to !?? built at Mnrqnette, Lake Superior. It i-. the tir.st of the kind oi the lakes, and but few have been bail, anywhere. Conslnutlooplo'i Walls. Constantinople's anciont walls are t. bo restored; two commissions have hoc. appointed to superintend tin- work 'riii' Turkish government also propose ? to establish a school of architecture it. Constant! jl ? BLOOMEHS AND BRIGADES. llow tlto <;n>ve City College Glrli Arc Urani hing out. College and town circles of Qrovo City, l'a., have been excited lately over two female organizations, one that has already made knapp, 'arauco and thooth er yet to come. A girl's military com paiiy began the Rtir, and now a Girl': lllooiner brigade threatens to complcti the social revolution. Thooklcr folk arc Itcginhing to wi nder where the now WO man will stop, mid discussion is rife :? to the borderland of her sphere. The moving girl spirits of thocollcgt desirous of equaling their brethren i the militarydopartmont, which uiiiubcn sin), have arranged a military company of their own, which is now the pride . f the college. The "Keiler Guards," named after the president of the college, already number among Ihoir mouthers .' of tin tust young women of tho sein. 1, The girls are inferior to (heir brothers in no respect, and even oxcol thorn it; their grace-of company formations ami marching. The girls are enthusiastic and grasp the military idea with aston? ishing nlusrity. Tho Bloomer brigade is to make its initial npnearouco in the near future. No bloomer costuino has ever appear* d oil tho streets, alt hough the number of bicycle girls is large for n town of 2,500. Tho sestet comprising the Bloomer brigadocomo from blue blooded fnmi lios, ami it is likely that their uew movi moilt, which is backed by whcclmcu, will meet with favor and followers.? Pittsburg 1 lispntch. WOMAN'S CUBAN CLUB. Composed ExolnsiTely of liner icon Women lievuird tu Cuba's Cause, lu various cities of the country Amer? icans have been organizing clubs in sym? pathy with the Cuban revolutionists, but Baltimore has tho first association of this kind composed entirely of American women. Miss Florence Trimble started the movement and soon collected about her other women, who are as enthusiastic us the organizer. A mooting was called, and those who attended were supplied with miniature Cuban Hags, which they wore on the bosom. Miss Trimble ex? plained the obj. et of the meeting and called upon those assembled to be loyal to tin cause. She recalled the trials of the continental army during the days of the RoYohition and asked that the brav? ery and self sacrificing spirit of the American women of that period inspire those of tho present day. These remarks were greeted with hearty applause. Miss Trimble v.as then elected president, and Mrs. Jonnic Me nendez was made secretary und treasurer. It is tho intention of the clnb to raise funds for the cause by giving :t series of entertainments. They have adopted us their watchword, ''Sympathy with Cuba and the Monroe doctrine."?New York Uuttorrnilk andlcs Oresiu at Mao'tv, I est Spring Remedy in the World== It Makes People Well Tliotv- -an-.r true me fc r. r !Nr ?srg arising front n<1 i.ili a'o 1 nerrouii s-stcm ?n 1 Mint io Pninu a i lory com' 01 u I. s.> gi in rally prescribed ??>? puvsii-iaiui it i- probab.y the moat n niirkiible remedy thai the eeiedtittj research of this eouutrt has produced. Professor Kdword K PI? Ips. Ii. L) . Lb. I> . of D.ntm mth College, tirit prefer Ii 'i ?hat ie now liiio?utl.ii aortdoTor aa l'ainoa entert eompound, a positive cure foi dyspansia, biliont? iteis, Ii <?'? en up'a nt, nettrnlg n. rbeumatbm all uo von* und I . nny troubles Kor Mio . itti r Paiue'a . ol ry com) oun | hm s ic o led agaiu und .ir.iiii where t vet vibm; eise bau railed i! e m iii al io.-rn.i- of this oouutn hare Ivou u.oro spnea in the last few yenrs to the many. rouiiirVab'.e oas a where t. e use of Paine ? celury ooiupound hai made people w it Iii..u to any otUer out subjeot A fulled stripe of Satin, a crinkled stripe of Silk, all 6ilk this, exquiste shades. Evening dresses and waists, ic a j artl. New Fancv Trimming Silks, very effective, though mil all silk. .15c. Figured Taffeta Silks, pure, very wide, black, also; colors, choice, new and beautiful, 75c a yard. Rieh Black S.ttin Duehesse, figured, 87.1.C.; Gros Grain, $1. Bargain in Men's Balbriggan Underwear, 38c a suit. White Marseilles Quilts, extra heavy, generous si/.e. $1. Ladies' Seamless, Stainless Black Hose, foreigners, these, high spliced heel, linen soles, 25c. The buyer will save 14c. on each pair?likely more. WATT, RETTEW & CLAY. P. S.?Have you visited the Wash Goods Section? Some ?4000 things?^oinii fast ! Stuck on Hirnsell Who !?? L. wt.sTHElMEi:. Why Rccatiso he has the prettiest l:n of Orepo Cloth it 12jo por yard in tli city, [f yoa don't bolievo it, ko io hia store, 134 Church atreet, i I bo convince I. Vou will also find tlior a cumulate line Summer Iries uoads. auch as Percales. Irish Lawns, Dimity, Oioghams, India Linen, Striped und Check Muslin, a prices lo vor th mi tU- Ion est. A beauUful lins i priug Kecktroar in Tc Us. Fonr-in-han I na I D wa. 10U dozen Cents' Falb: ggan 8hirti and Drawers at ISo per suit, worth T?o. I'crc-.Io Sh rt-. all styles, rom 45c t> 51.25 ea^h. II. .V 8. Cor?(.'n. ail sizes, constant y on h tud. ! Full rtgu ar made Minos' last Dlaok Uoho. :rom 5 to P. :it 12?c par p.tir. L. WESTHEIMER, Ui^L CUurcU Street. STRICTLY ONE! PRICE. PKOl'OBALS PROPOSALS FOR SUPPLIES, National Home FonD. Y.S.#Ok*TIIKsUI Bkancii,) 1'.' i A'.'iibh?. \ National Soluiuu' IIomk, Va., April 12,9S. ) rouled Proposals, subject lu the USUSj condition*, will t'c received .11 iliis Humr umii 12 o'clock, noon, on TUESDAY, Muy ii, i?:".">. ai wbith lime ai d p vco they will b'l opened in the ima.'iue of bid? ders, for mini bl?g and ,1 livorin,; supplies, dur? ing ill,* six montbseommen lug July 1st,and end in i? c east er Bist. IKSS, ss follusre: " Apples, drlnl; Barley, |n;r: Navy oml Limn Deans, Cabbage, Craoktrs, Dried roru. Dried Cur? rants, Codttstl, l.xlract Leuum and Vanilla, Hoiulay, Jellies, Lard, Mutton, Macaroni, Macken i, Molaa>e>. Mustard. 0ntn1c.1l. Onieus, Bikini low dor. 1'ruacs, l'icklc?. Pepper. Pried and Cs.,1 Peaebes, I'eas, R -inn, Rice, Pine and i ? ar-c 3slt, Syrup, Coi n Starch, Cbewlug aud Suiokluu To han?<>, tanned Toiustuei, Vinegar, Clacked Wheat, Conipreised Yeast. M*rj<>ri,m. separate Proposals win slso be to eivi i ai d opiDOd at the sauie thai ail plncu for supplies tu be furolsbe4 dimug the tbree montbs commeui lag July Ii?, iiud ending September 30th, I8M, as fal? lows: 8. C. Breakfast Raoon, B"tf, corned; Beef, fresh; Batterluo i'nku-, Ringer aid vanilla; Clams, Rio CoBce, these. i linkers. Eggs, Family and Uraban l lo ir. Mams, i'ork Loins, Corn Meil, Irish Potatoes, Srall P?rk, Bologna Sausage Uranulated and CongeSugar,Sugar Cured and ??1 Pickled rhoul ers. Ti a, Proposnli lot utiy single srltele win be accepted; but one proposal must nut luclude artlelor iu buth th? ihr c moat 1 an i mx month classes. The right is res rved to rejret any or nil propo? sal- end to waive any Informal ties I herein. Blank 1 ropotals and full Information a? to ihu miiim roi bidding, conditions to b> observed iy biuder-, term' of runt ran ami payment will bo fututshtd on application to Colonel Clisrlei Candy Coruutlitary ol Sulmlsteuef. Envelopes ci utaiiilng i'm o>al? should h" ad drs-HTil "Tiea-urur Nulloual llom.v f..r i). V. 3.. Elizabeth City ???nnty. Virgiuia," and marked "Proiosslt t"r Suhsutcnea Srtorei," for "ihre month 1," or 'six aion bs." n? Ibe i-ase may be. WM THO ll'-i'N. iipl-l,-0.?7iny t treasurer, v.WV DEPARTMENT, BUREAU uf MEDL i> CINE AND SUB?EKY, WASMlNGTi >J?. I?. C? Annl l b, ISM seile I proposals, en.'seil "Pro? posals for StipMlci lot the I.', s Naval Him Ital, Norfolk," will bo received at ibe iluretu of Medi? ci 1 c and Su 1 gcry, Navy Department, Washington, KC, until Tueoluy, afav ink. I8>3,at 11a.m., wbcu liter will bepmviclt oveiiel. for dally miu uly ol moat?, i to ?! is butter, rig*, lee, n.ilk. bread, provender, etc., fur the Navul Hospital, Kurf? k, for the ii;>- ? yrarendiu; Juno :t". IStM. Setiediiles of tnc ait'eloi, with information usto ih- k|e.'iflcatlun<, delivery, coadittiaa, lormuf ? itlur. and pr.ib..ldo quantity r.qulred, can be oh t :u,d on pp l< Ion Ui the Meil nl <?'..?. in ch irtci,r ll? j, i,l No luopi.-.i1 w II he coiim 1,-ri d unless Ibere is tutlifaotory evidence Hot Ibe bid der is a regular do-ler In tb<- aith les He uroposei luiuuidr. 'the rigtit is reserved to rvieel suv 01 nil bid . J. it I l;v N, aplS-frlw C let of B 11 ?au. ALBERT ST?HL, 169 CHURCH STREET. Irwin's Twin City Express, W. T. IRWIN & CO.. PROPRIETORS. OFFICE?1INU WATER ST.. NUHb'ULIL VA. Ample facilities tor hauling anything to and from any where In the throe itied. Tulo pbouu No 1. 1 !...;.:.?* re.oioua.ble. Fine Builders' Hardware, p.MNi's. o:ls. DR SHE3, POLISIXB1 PUTE AND WINDOW GLASS, Longman &. Martinez Pure Ready Mixed Paints. Every gallon Boldun! r n biu.iiuj; guor antcs. COOKE, CL?HK 8l CO. LIQUOR LICENSES. The .imico ol the Oorporatiou Court of the city of Norfolk has set apart SATURDAY, MONDAY an I TL'P.- DAY. tha ^7lh. 9 th und L,Uth days of April, lS'Jj, to hear APPLICATIONS FOU LIQUOR LICENSES IN SAID cm. All peraons itlerostsil aro not'fleil to nt t u.l 00 irt oil tho di\s stated. li'LtiU li. mili ER, ap2-J-'.t Cleric. For over lifty years Soothing Syrup ban boon used for children wbilo teotbin"" it aoothoi the child, soften tho gums.nl, lava mi pa n, euros win t chollo, regulates the 1.10 1 :. niiil lioweU. unit m the brst remedy for diarrhea TivButy-flvo routs .1 bottle, .sohl by nit druggists throughout the world- Belli su,w MALARIA. Chil i s, DENGUE. FEVER. II you ?vi- In a malarial distrie. ii 1% ,i good thing to have Brown'* lion U.U.: i In the houac. DrcEMDKR 8th, 1894. My wife was taken sick with malaria in August; ever since then she has visited the doctor two or three times a week without relief, until she began taking Brown's Iron Bitters. She is now stronger and better than in the last two years. W. T. REESBY, Church Streut, between 4id and 43d, Galveston, Texas. Brown'i trr.n niters will cure Rid nlo.nl, Kidney and Liver T.bles. Wonderful for Dyspepsia, Couatipa* (ion, female Weakness ?nd "It's Rrown'S Iron Hitter* you need!" Tor overworked men ?debilitated women?puny children. IO H H nrn nrtnnnriRMix?M?-?-" AUCTION 8 A I.KS -II'TIKK I)U? By thy Mortis Auction III !!>!?, .1. T. Kilby, lr? Pioprieior, !IS Hunk street t^TOCK OK MEUCHAS 1' TA'L'lK AT AU<v TION. 1 Wa will icll fur a .o.nit of a |ariv dc<.-!intnaj bualuota, a: stum No 'Ul Quceu street,on MOS? DAY. A|iril Um gvih.al 12 o'clock, all the ?.ouIuilu I tbeielu, couslsllng ? ?! a la i;e mock of 1 !NE Cl OT1I, CASHMKRE, ETC, all Rood ?tr.ck and nioatlr Spring Style?, and wlS be told In lits to suit the trade, ??.?!?? \< .>ii Iva. aptK-taa B Ii. MORltlS, Muuugua. QROCERIES, CANNED GOOD?, TOBACCO* CIGARS, ETC., AT AI CI'IOX, We ?rill tell for account nfa party r.'tirln,- frui? business, at statu ?W9 Church atreet,on MONDAY MORNING, APRIL 29r?, n' lOiSO o'clock, all the stock cnutalned there'* consisting ol ? fell selected stock of Groserleia i auuetl Goods el all kinds, Tobai co, CUars, -lio?* Casea, ttlaaa Jars, Scales, Store Fixtures, Bar l ia.? turns. Mirrors, etc., etc. lt. R. MOKItIS, ap2C-2t* Managen By W. II. II. Trice A < a., Auctioneers, PALE OK A VALUABLE FARM. By virtue of two deeds to trust to in* made bp Anurew J. Dealer and wife, ul dun- le-pi- tivelr Iiveember :'. Is:', and Mar?h II. IS'JO, duly ..l t?? cord, aud al the r.iiuctl of the banenclan Unrein?. I sb ill expose I" ? ale at inihllc auellou, at i be N'or* folk Ueal Eatalo Excbauy6, us Main street, Soft folk, Va., "ii H L-DA V, May itb. 1805, at 1? o'clock in.. Ihe following valuable Kann mat Luka I awaon, In Princess Anne county, Va., with iba buihtinge and improvements Ihereon and apputa tenauces thereto i.? longing, tu a it: ALL THAT CERTAIN KAUM (ill TltACT nr LAND lying in seid county, couta'alnn 108 ten -, more** leas, l.ided im nie uorth by a brauch ol Litt* frei Ii, on Ihe west by tin- wild* ..! It. II. Van w rcU uu>l on ihe eaii and south bj ihe Bay teidc toad. Ulis luriu i- lii.lny tiM|.i\iv.<l an.I l,a> 'U lit young at ian In rr.- held in full bloom anil other crops. The bum is high and peculiarly adapted ia trucking, ml there u> quite a valuable llshery Ihe ?> to attached, ti liu ilrst-class mm. TERMS:? Due-fourth cash, the rciidue payable ?Ix. twelve and eighteen luohths from the day ol rale In equal Installments, carrying lulurvat fr? in ?lay of aale, tbe pui kasdi lu secure the d?-l'criel i a? menu bj deed hi iruat vu ihi- farm :it Iii- co w or, ul bis ?ptlo?, a l ?ask. I M. IVHITEHl'KST, a> l-l.ls Tr a- .o. W. II. II TRICK A CO., Ill l ank littet, Am i lull.er*. PURSUANT TO NIE TEILMS OK Tili: I ? ?"tT I lowli g dee I- of iru-t. and al tli re |ueal of His creditor I hereto ?ecmeil, we shall proceed to sell a' publie ailCllon III Irani i II.?'??>il .ti- d.a-k of Norfolk cuuuiy.oM TUESDAY,the W ill day of Apr.I, 18'J , al I- o'c'.oek ia., ilio following lies? in ?'??--! i iu| imiv lo-wi I Ir-t?i.uT (if LAND, ulih Improvements, im li iu tt* town of Berkley. Norfolk eo on. Va? Said lo biu a fronlage on Malm o avenue o( * l. i t with a deptb of I i feel I liuhts, and is pui liin at lot No. 14. Mil on avenue a . ? ding I? "llaut of the Xaeb land." tin'.to nun made !?? Alpha - Wilson, date.! SiMemloi 7th, 1:01. ana) r eotdeJ In ?! ei baob ISJ, pa e ti, ??o lolls County Cou t ? It rk a o "> ? -,??? nil -LOT i K LAND. ?I Ii .uio .iTi.iu -' W situate in tin' town of B.-rkley, Norfolk co ni>. V'a., cotmnoueltig at | o'nt on "C ' aticcl i " lot* from ihe S?rths si corner oi Ivy a .1 "l" si..w Said lot Ins .i I rout ago ul ??? feel ui said " ?treat, with a dvplb oi '.in ten l. im; pari of lota is,.?. u? -i or ,ai shown hi the ld> .,r M uialaut Died of tiuat made tiy lii^ rge Boiiucl mil wife dated June '.uh, Stil, and rm.r ioi >j> ?lend Im .k 187, pay ? S69, i |. rk's olhce aforeaa'd. I EltMS CASH. K03TI l: BLACK. AI.V Ml II. MARTIN, KltANKLIX Ii. GILL, SpltMd Truste?-. tiV VlltTIIti: OK AN ASSIGNMENT Kit DM: U Alle? llarrell. trading a* M>a I'huiuas Srahl-? lu mens triiate1, dated Apr I :.\\. I8G.V nail ?I dp r?c i el I have lakeu eliarc? ..i all the pronurif convi yed in said ducd, and have ap|M>thl <l Mr 'v >v. I'agley in. agent l? take iharge ni ilie aius. I n L furlhe.i ii .the. all periods llideh cd to lick1 ?. I nil as.' settle wall idtn, spi'l-51 TIIOs H. WILI.COX,Trustee, in ha I. i? i \ it: ai; t'.y is, W. H. H. Tries &. Co., " 111 29 BASK BTREBT. 1II0NK. 6di. For Rent. RESIDENCES . i. ??? now 11.1118.*. Ghent. 17J, liousn street; all modern luiproveaieut4 7u mi ? 1'.1 Mariner street. II Shlaldi street. ;iS W also si r.-ei. ?j7 Levitt aveuuo. 101 Park avenue, gulviol 1.0 us, i iiyewell Slrett. (1 lleriuuda strrcl. 12 High atrrot, 1'.'; Ciiinbei i.iinl stnet, 71 Marin? i .-'.ie.L Iii 1 harlo ti -11 ?I. Ml Chnii' l stru t. 1 Mar'ncr strvut. I ia - ? 119 Ham. at.I 16- Ma U. Oiticet?SI Main street. Hioret?7; Rank street. I B Main street Ijircesloreontwaits t erry Wharf 102, I i rliini a r.. 1 Lai gc re 1 0:111.ee -1 ? ?-. near Main. i 19.60,74 tt'nterstreet.KB Ciiur.h street. vnu !"?? 1 whai. for rent cheap. 4 Warehouses Tunis' wharf. FINE LOTS FDR SRLB ?AT ? WILLOUGHBY SPIT. PRICE FROM vlOii TO J750 EACH. Torms One-third cash, lial.mca in I and 4 venra with U pbr conl. interest. Apply to H. L. PAGE &. CO.. Hole ngoutl, No. 10 Rank Ktroot. 'J itlo perfect, Norfolk, Vn, H. c. Hogaard & Co., 126 MAIN STREET. PIIONK No. 7|'J. FOB 11ENT?7H Highland, 81 Kolly, If Wood. 7.1? n.irlolto Vu, < hapol, I .;. ,l?5, 4 it ami iu ' Hightou >? '?' '?> I 13 Baxter. I'iu Wir lOUghby, I..inn.I ISlii Lormuihi rdoi. eight too tint, tIi i or month; IH llrewor, UoObaneV lust i l.ap d it root, two BtoreH "nur >,t Kiuhth mi I 1 ii" i ty Mtr?? l i, It rklnv. FOB RALE?Nl e I.to on Wilhitighb*. two on l'ark Oli? Oll liibbi lour nil llu;lt IhhiI. three on lleaorvoir, one oil Tun?t:ilL two oil 1 ulklaud. two on 1.0 Vitt, on lou i lav. Nice loth on Kraotnaaon, lloitah, Dartinontli? t'orprow, Mawhall, highland. Park, Kol* RUil (llhht nlfto a iTvral nh'0 farm, lot Ftock ur.uu or trnokiug, on enay lorim SAM W. SMALL, ATTORNEY AX U A W, No. b Dux siui.lt, NORFOLK, .... VIRGINIA. Mr. Binull will praoiico in th < y.ij ;j of. the Stute atut ol tu* UmUJ stau*.