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A Famous Desperado With a ''Goo
Eye" Meets Death.
A Desperate Character Who Proves
Mystery. No One Ever Saw His
Face, Which Was thought to
Have Been Badly Disfigured.
His Territory Home.
John Starr is (load. Stnrr first ap
peared in the Chiekasaw Indian counti
in 18S2 or thereabout. One pecnliaril
about the ti?tti was the singular way I
had of shading tlio upper portion <>f b
face and eves with the ritu of a 0 int
sombrero, while tli"< lower part of tl
faeo was always covered by a beavil
liued mask of silk. This mask causi
the man to be known ns Starr of ti.
No ono over saw Starr without li
hat and the mask. At lim ho watt
boomer, and the boys were all anxioi
to see the "color of his oyos," as I'..
Darrell said when ho tried to poll ,
silk mask to one side. They buried 1
Dau the nest day.
No one paid much attention to St ill
after this until he suddenly turned i
in No Man's Land at Boar City in 185
and opened a gambling den called tl
Half Way House. Ben Smith of Col
rado, who played there one night, sairl
ought to hare been called the "?t
pop" place. As Ben though! of hbtlosst
he began to drink. Fiunlhj he strode
to 'where Starr was dealing faro am
reached for the sombrero "Silk IS u
Jack" always wore. The man nt tl
faro table made ( tie quick pass and sir
Bou dead. There was an uproar and
ory for vrjngounco, but when the noif'
subsided and the body of the dead O
oradian had beon carried from iho roi
tho man with the silk mask was stil
coolly dealing the cards.
During the dnys preceding tho opt n
ing of the Cherokee strip Jack Starr net
ed as a go between with Kansas bordi ?
shoriffg, who were willing that all sorl
of gambling devices should run if tht
operators put up (150 each every morn
ing. It is rtttid that Starr collected
001) every day in an hour's ride nl< n
tho long line of wagons, tents, shack
and dugt iuts.
Johnny Dodge, "Plat Nose," ns Hit
boys called him, allowed that "a miui
who hid his face" had nori;;ht to collect
money, and he refused topaytolL "Flat
Nose" was buried that night.
When the rush came for claims, John
Btarr had a big roll <?! cash and secured
n good farm near Whartou. This plnct
was near Perry and was a gambler't
paradise. Hero the "man with the mask'
flourished for months. Eventually Start
began to develop into a sort of dctectivt
and ono night was shot in the back bj
some would tx> assassin. Nellie Bell wa?
ft pirl who bad made a race for a horn,
ami col a claim next t<i Starr's. She a!
ways appeared to have a sneaking regari
for the man who bid Iiis face, and whei
he was reported to be dying she had hin
token to her home and began to nur*
him. In the end Starr recovered. The
it was that people began to notice a
change in him. Ho quit gambling ami
killing and began to dress up. Tho
mask, however, he still clung to. That
Was where the mystery lay, and this fact
made him f:unons>.
About a year ago he disappeared, after
first selling his claim. Shortly after Nel
lie Boll also disappeared. Later on came
rumors that the two were living togoth
er in tho Creek country, and there they
were lest sight of until a few days ago,
Whou rliey come to light again in a sen?
When the announcement was made
recently that John Starr hud been sht I
out near Eufala, no ono paid mucii in?
tention to it. Bill Smith, a deputy mar
shal, stated that ho thought Starr had
botm stealing cattle.
"And I know Nellie, too," said the
deputy. "She has been living with John
quite u time. No, I'll tell you a secret
that hao boon kept for years. Starr wu.'
really a quarter blood Cherokee, but did
not exhibit much sign of his blood. He
was well educated. In a trouble with
some of his people ho was shot in the
lower part of tho face, and a part of the
jaw was tern away. The wound was
neglected and healed in a very unsight?
ly manner. Starr was vain and proud.
Ho became embittered at his disfigure?
ment and turned gambler and deeperudo.
Then he was shot and mot Nellie Bell,
who fell in lovo with him. They never
married, but ?be is out on the ranch?
and I miss my guess if she don't dovelop
into another Kate Daniels, or rather,
'RookyKate,' who led the female boom?
er crowd and was killed only a month
ago. "?New York Times.
Would Cut Off HI* Ifoae to Spite Uli lace.
A cynical Frenchman has proposed to
?bate tho theatrical hat nuisance by hav?
ing men and women sit on different side*
of tho confer aisle of playhouses. For
ourselves wo would ?mffer all the discom?
fort possible rather than consent to suc h
a separation. The charm is not in the
play, or the dinner, or the scenery, a*t the
care may bo, but in the company in
which any of them is enjoyed.?New
York Evening Sun.
A Coming .Toy.
That was a wi.se loan who said the
tich man who can afford to have encum?
bers all the year around does not know
how good tho first cucumber tastes to tho
man who has to wait until tho price ptr
encumber reaches a point whore one fig?
ure will represent it.?Buffalo Express.
That horofiiloiii taint uhich linn been in
yaitr ! loo,! for year*, will be eipolle t by
, taVnir Heo.l S.ra..i ..rill.i, tho grunt bleu l
H?USLWIVL5' U I Ur'lA,
Draugo ( N. .T.> Women Trying to Sulii
Ihr Servant Problem.
The tin tin stack) woman in Ornugo,
N. J.. boa registered a solemn vow that
in that truly good place tu uo bnt flu do
giccle servants shall in Lhofutnrobe reo
iguized, and that none otlier will N> al*
towed to have a footing there. Hence
ho Orange Improvement society has do*
inninod to take a hand in the gootl
work of m an ufnot tiring fin do Bicclo
lorvants and of turning them out with
the brand of orthodoxy duly affixed to
The scheme is comprehensive. I hie of
he largest houses in the Oranges has
Beoured, and tins is to be nsed as
ho manufactory. A class of at lo?st 20
:irLs will at ouco lie drilled in all tllO
.ranches of domcstio servico. Cooking,
waiting, housework and Ute care of ehil
.'it nre each to receive proper at tch
ioti, and after a six mouths' course tho
graduate is to receive a diploma stating
hat ?ho is fully competent.
But this is the least uf the scheine,
'here is to he a bureau 'if employment.
It ib promised that all servants sent mit
hull have a ?denn lull of hculCb, as it
Voro, and be fully competent. Then
:hi>ro is to 1h; a class for tin- instruction
>f the ladies themselves in honsowifery,
with cooking classes and lecture*: on the
?ii.: and maungomont <if households and
domestic oeonomy generally. The day
? >?] tery that is now inn by the associa-1
tion will furnish the needed ".subjects"
m which the proper amount ? f practice
can be hud in tin care of children.
Still another class will be formed f"
tho benefit of domestics already in sorv-1
tu giro them additional instruction,
r.nd lastly there is tu lie a department
for 11 i?? furnishing uf cooks, wuitrei
.'.nd lnnndresscs for special emergencies |
that occur in every hotlSi h lid. This
the schonio, mid whothortho Utopia will I
be realized or whether it will prove to
bo a castlo in Spain remains fertile good
people of ? hange t" determine. Tho es? |
limatexl cob! for the lirst year is ^.'i.otuj.
?New York Herald.
Edacntion In tho United stnt"< Sonate,
One dues not have tu lie educated to I
sit in th<< United .States senate. A mil-1
liouairo senator from a western state
rarely writes a letter or anything else
which involves a display of his limited
knowledge of the theory and prnotico of
English orthography. On ouo occasion
lib had to write a letter, audboiug taki n
lo task for having spelled "prairie"
"pray" somewhat testily explained:
"1 don't care a rap whether I can spell
or nut. I can hire a young man for if 10
a week to du all my spoiling for mo."?
A Fortunate City.
Tho city nf Springfield, Mass., the
population of which is only about <r>o.
000, has jnst opened a new art museum,
presented to il by a number of public
spirited citizens. The building, which
has cost about $80,000, is fitted up with
lecture rooms, a picture gal lory ami
urns for the display uf art cut-ins and
museum collections. Such nti institution
is needed in every largo city, but very
few of them have given tin- subject any
attention.?St. Louis Globe Democrat.
A Confederate Wedding.
At the marriage of a daughter of tho
lato Confederate General A. 1'. Hill,
at Culpoper, Va., a few days ago, tho
decorations were apple bit ssi ins twilled
around tho Confederate colors, and the
marriage altar was a reproduction of the
'i nfederate flag in flowers.?New York
Proposals for Corn and Oals.
XATlONXLllOMP. ron I) v.s Soctiikrs Bn*scn,l
National So niii; II..vi- Va . May It,:-' I
?eile.I Proposal*,?i In.-el toiheUftial condition!.
?ill i.' >i i em J ;.t tlu.< Ui in.- nut il i'i nein, k. noon,
?ti TUESDAY, .luni' ii ISW, :it will It lime and
place they will h* opened in the |iriai>iiio of bid*
. r*.. fur in nl hliip and delivering ilnrini* i lie >ix
nontlin couinieii itiR July l ?: ami end la j 1 > centlei
11*1, l*:1.^. hi, in 1- v *:
12.0 til I'ounill < urn.
The Corn diu i lo lb'lied; nn.l of a **ood nur
hahtabl? quality, known a< X.i '-' white, yi l>w?ir
nixed. ?-? u tl, dry,tnil Ire* tiou (hatt,e. ? -. i i
Iher bnpui iti a.
Hi deta will -tat? prletper 100pound>,
..??ii) I'ounill at?.
Iii.' Oat*, unit !eof no il merchantable quality,
white, black oi allied gjund, diy, and freefioui
ill Or Olli r imi illlli.?
Ilidd r.? will Mala the prtre. p r 100 pound".
The right I? irs rtid t.. rejicl .iii? . r ell props*
:.l and i>. waiyeai > Informal tie* therein.
Bin a prop -j.- aii i lull Iblprniatiou will b- fur*
61 lieil i'ti apph RllOD.
Kuvelope.? containing Piopo*a1*> aliould he a !
Iri~.il "Ti*fa*urer National 11 bine for I'. V. >..
Elizabeth < ly County, Virginia," and niaikrd
? Piopoiuli t i rain.'
n vii.is JuS _ rreasurcr.
TREASURY DEPAKTMENT, OtTlCR SUPER
I VSNUAR UlTKCl, Washington, I). C. M?)
lab, 1693. SI AI i Ii I KOPOSAI/: wl . ... iv bleed
at Ulla ?fllce until 3 o'clock p. to. en the is*tb day
ol May. l -'.'-> a .1 openo.l inline lately ihereatter
Ibr all toe mat eti.ii. lah.rnnil ip|,.i.n-.r retul ..i
for llititf Hie too i f-.ii tor the I . > P ?lolllct
Cburthouie mil Cu toiulintmo at M.W| !|;\.
North Carolina, In uccoid.uiob ?itn Iba drawiiir
lei -ii.runaii .ti, CO k'Jofwhlrh tuny be I a i al
Inlaohl e or at tue bfbee of the Su etint*hd?ui at
Kewhern, N. C. Ia.'nl>;.i mutt be a couipanl .1
I y r e ?r*itbd che- k lor a nun n ?' le*. than 2 per
.? it of the ainiMini ut tin- proioml. The right 11
iei-r?t- l to rejeel an* a-il all bids ?tid to waive
auy defect or inforesliiy in any 1.1.1. -i... :-.i i h?
deemed tili the interest o llietl voi m ?? ? i. o
All p <.| o a - re elvtil after the Hire .taieil will o?
ri rnei til Iii? bidder.*. I'i p a* ni -t m in
? I to' In enveJopen, ?eiilniand iuarkc t "I ro oiali
fo. i' lina th--* foundation for 1 . S. I'oitofHce,
i .aitli .1.1 ? anil i n?toiiihi. io. nt >. ?> I era N. i' .
aniladrlreMeil to WM. MA KT IN .\IK! < Su er*
vi-i:i.: Art hlfe ?. iu>-tl-*U.eod
? NUSBAUM'S I
ANNOUNCEMf :NT. ?
5 50C. Another-TRiLBY." \
ay "TBIf.By," the Fairy of Arjyle," by (. has o
N e oi l .n i tin i r flbel iei ti . .1 i;.., o
id pun el on ll .pie Irom lar*m tyiio. ft
O "SPORT II i A l, i II . Ion uuu- c
O dred other new bo?bahi t.-ia .; o
? -.20 rVlAIIM STREET. 0
31ood and Nerves Out of Order==Take
Paiiie's Celery Compound,
. 1 I
Amo\i^ nil tri? stin :ii n- thai mnkoup]
lie liutiitiii bo ly ilio tin- i s 1 era been until
recenth the least nndors bod. |
lh m e ot the nur-'a in the digestion ]
ii ii i RMtmilet on uf food m a Ii Kill*; Imnmr
tiinl one. lln- - iiPHiion whet er Ihefool
e nil uoiiiIhIi or bei Olue n mere I n npou
i lie hv ie n is n q lesii n of nerve ui ee.
Neglo t to * imfv no driiiiniidi tide by
t o nervuug ays em carries h iitv loiml ion.
lion tin- liert'ona lor c ie ox lino ted the
dl . i Ire proee-ses are nb*lriioti-d, the body
- i iik no i nn i i i i e of u nruij a n i.e.
(ion, r i? mintl m Invndo t- inr:*. During
11 oio iio nerve* mil groat nervo ooiitors
ol upon Iio im riti o material tin*' i*
tuieil nilichlnoi anil Us - It il lu ll
lins gup Ii o nourishu on- ii prompt ami
abtin.ln 11 at t'i nervous sy tern is able to
a iipenito, ill wh nth syst lino be oino
in ire to appropriate huII lout nuuri-h
out au I tii n rvei too r| Uly tog.- the
ret the 1100 . tint heut of nil b no purl?
ers, nervo foodii and nervo regulators,
Faitie'a celery componnd, should be gi on
i i no? !? i. iy componn-1 hai bronchi
be i ih, atren till, au.t Ir e loin Iro n in rvo a
?i n iios- ui t ousands o lir -I o ? en
"rim do Ii' iron, an i si kit ?-hildren. It
i akes ihem able to aloep aoundlv, tu ig -t
il oir food perfectly, and to win back h ..Ith
nd st re gtb The lircd brain and nerves
nii* rebuilt ami l n Ir not- I parti ioi' Ired
ihirin sleep, an I ?ben nervon un a. irri'n
lil iv. mi : inadeq ato n Irition ot tlio
ucrre oeutcrs, do not p rmitauiti lent sleep,
nervoni prostration, lassitude and doipoa*
denoy iii o -uro to follow.
Painu a eiilerv ompii ml nardi against
nil this by prom ly en lag tin exhausted
nerves and n a. n : tbo liiooii pure, ttbnn-j
. ant. an i i OU isfa llg Ii euros neurn gia,
l-lie lunt -in yepepsla, all form*of nervo *
v ea . in as, dostio'nden akin diseases, and
alloc ions ?l the heart, ver and kinnoya.
It m-n 1* 'tiro. Tit ill ed ii!oo i to ever,
organ, mi l tliii* makes people irell, I'aiuoi
oi Inrv comi oil 'I hnsfonn I it- tray origin il?
ly through p eacript ti< b> physicians iuto
ovory oily ami imi 1 si rillag n the . onu
it would e very diffi nl lo tin 1 a mnn or
woman of mal r- r <? who li?s not either
been belpo by this remarkable r tuodyor
i hs heard ol Iis m?n Ions [ roper ie* at
tir-t band from an o onthnsi stic trioud or
I'aiaa'a celei y cunponn l is tin> ouly groat
popular romp y that phy I I ms of n try
aeliool pr scribe for diseases of tbo blood
nil ! ui r oi. ?
;.\h Mrs Kate " auiel, at\ 3d aveiive,
Minnenp ?Iii. who e p ctitro :* alum-:
??I Im e i ei u groally beiiotitatl bv Paine'i
il l ry enii,pound 1 hare tal.ni six i ot lei
oi ihn won. oi fnl remeiiv a >1 recunimoiil
it t a I nli ? are a i t d s ! w.i-. For
yeara I have ? iflerei fruin imllgestiou; ami
1 u W not lioiv to R?B lino than a for the
in o f that I hint- receivod while t.,1, ng
1 aine m colery eomponnd. Mr-o i-mlnv
has i hen two bottles ror a similar trouble
an l t has made hi i well.'
ticco 60 Quart SM Grates. 500,000 Baskets.
25.000 Mm GrctCS. 50,000 lOHQiO CfOI?S
3,000 Bstrrelfs S5;':!y.
1C0.000 Barrel Covers, S12.S0 PorSLOOO.
Come and ioo onr goods before von pnrohase, and remember
?e are in a pnsitiou to t Itn earn of you under all conditional
Agents an.l middle men can't no it. lioods for water trade a:
wa:ehouec, Mc oull n.h's wharf.
FARSTERS' MANUFACTURING CO.,
ipi. : CORNER CHAPEL and CALVERT STREETS.
FOR THE FINEST CLOTHING,
Giving to llie wearer ease, elegance and endurance
yon must sec my New Spring and bummer Stock.
FOR FIT, FINISH ax:d FASHION
my goods are unexcelled ant! 1 lead the land in
Low i'riccs and liest Qualities.
B. HQFFLIN, 162 MAIN ST.
SU?RPA GWATHIIEY^REiL ESTATE AGEKtO?
FOR SALE. FOR RENT
We offer some ot the must .leiirADle
(gvLetnicats now on tlio uiarsoi.
?So. IB" Urauoy strnot.
No. 222 an i 224 Unto street,
euoui?!!! rental prop meson Chiireh.
Hnnti.. Willotighby, ama- and lieiloy
' aca t lots on . iinmoie. . rower,
Princesa Anue Plum lllvorable, Wiu.i
?or nun New ? astlo streets, an I > ark.
Wllloagbbv, Central ami ii weuoos and
mnuv more at Lambert's Point.
Cottage at \ tg ii a Ueao i.
More 1 UuiOU air. :
lloitso '..'i ijii en street
Houses on Bei mil la atr ?:.
11 u-i. ui' ?nsh atraci.
Hon-*. Aren ie A flunioravilln.
Oitlcea and aieemn^ ap.irimsati c-j
On.un. et: eet
OW Ol now Itoasil* I'. \ svwms eg.
u. .. Loyall'i uine.
i rtu'o? on groniid floor, 96 Main stroll
flttni :o salt spplienntt.
Neve hoase, Itlversi io, 7 rooms aal
stalilo vestal.a). 112.60.
TMs pore is piapj) fop Keeps!
6HGE H GlTOPia RLWOYS ff G?STOW!
LadioB' Night Gowns, cambric, also mnslin, the new era atylo, sweot and dainty,
Irish point embroidery. Sale of tbia decided novelty confined to ua, SI
Ladies' Shirt Wnista of Striped Japanese Wash Silk, staavos beautifally made;
lunrvellouuly cheap these, S'2.l>'2}.
Lauudried Puroale Waists, 50c; U nlnundriert Prints, Waists, 25c; Navy, also
i'lack Storm Serge, yard wide, all wool. 2lle a yard.
New Silk uud Wool i'rtas Uoods, -1U iocbes wido, 50c a yard.
Men's Pine Fast Blaok, ulno IJolhriggnn \ Hoso, double heels and toes 12*0,
Tins quality we bulievo cannot be bad elsewhere below 25c.
Ladies' Bleaobed Ribbed Vests, high quality, special, 12Jo.
Pink, Pino, Ulaok. also White Vests of pure silk, 5l)o eaob.
Bleaobed, Heal Lisle Thread Vests, usual 58c quality, 37c.
White French Orgaudy, 2 yards wide, for graduating dresses, 33o., 37o., 50o.
"White Check Muslin, 5o; Wlnte Scrim, 4c; White Victoria Lawn, -lo.
Child's Fine Bibbed Hope, fust black Ipswich, bargain, sizes G to 9,12}o a pair.
Printed Organdy, French, really beautiful designs, 25o a yard.
Have You Doubts?
Ask your Mechanical or Scientific Friend What
Will do for yon. He will tell you thev are the RIGHT
THING in the RIGHT PLACE. They are on all
white k mm. Sole ?gents, isi Plein st., fl?ff?.
REPAIR WORK A SPEC 1 ALTV.
HAVE YOU SEEN THOSE BEAUTIFUL SAT1NES
Displayed in the South Window of
IL. West!: eimer's Dry Goods Store? I
If not, don't miss doing so. Their original price was 15c
per vard, but having closed Jobber's stock, we arc enabled
to sell them ;it the extremely low price of 10c per vard.
Also received one cine; India Emen worth Sc per yard.
We will close them out at 5c per yard.
.v Another case short length Percales, ~'> inches wide, to
be closed out at 4c per yard,
Space prevents us mentioning other desirable bargains,
but a visit will convince you that our stock is new and com?
plete and price low.
1J5-1 Clmrc-li Street.
3 T R I O T L_ V O IN EI R R I C El
naaa soBB man eaosa naae nie? israc aon?_ naau naa? _10I,S_ ?"S.nG*:
DHU RBES BCBB BBOD UBatt BOSO bhii1 HBBl IHE DB- os obbb "ow^
Litlle Drops of Water,
Makes the Might Ocean,
Brr Drops in Prices
Wakes Mighty Bargains.
bo you tumble to the
fact that our Prices are
tlis Very Lowest Made.
on IN THES
?. j Men's Suits worth'f 5aud 96, ura
?8 Men'st-nits worth 97.80 ami 63,
P:.y aits, Importe:! rusRiinfros
:.rn no i.
MeusMnits wortli $10 and il-',
ur< u w . 8 00
Mull h lirnss B ut. worth ill an I
i III, a o now_. 10 01)
Itrqri Suits I to H ye ir.s. C>
I'oysj Suits worth i'i.iiO. are new 1 48
H ??* Suits, light oolore.l, worth
H 0 an i *!. ..ru now. 1 98
Uo * ills, w rati da ami cbevi.
ota ?o ili ?8 a id il tire now '1 .r.O
and tweeds,worth 91.5U to96.oU,
am now. 3 25
5 001 Me 1 I'ants, lor work, worth
*l.*"?. ire now. tO
Men * . ii ii t k a I wool, lor evening
wear . 13"?
Men's I'autt. lor dreas, worth
?J.?? und 13, are now . . 1 5*8
Men', l no dreas punts. I i;ht
colom, ,wor a ??; :.bii tu #3, are
now. i '25
Boys' I'auts that were 25u uud lire,
a now two p.ui tui
Wo are not killing the dea , nor making low prioea endend stock anil blow
Lug a o .t it i, marvi!, bn' we htc ula ighterin ? t i> living, bowinedown
a clean II c-io I? . f an over-producied manufacturer. 'NOW
Ott NKVKft is the nioc.o of tho bargain aecker.
tlHKNDN BOLL CLOTHING CDfflPfiNY,
89 Main Street, Norlolk. Va.
Smb ?a* Siran rrra nzan aaaa r.nnit icib iraa mourn sans
u oeni iina r.ata caaa emu a ana Saoa :s? aans bubo
sna aanti ncaua
AN BATHS, ?
aceu uaau dj
%}) Corner Church and Bute Streets.
?Open till Midnight. Sundays till 8 PM.
in Hourr. Rescrvfd for tadies: Tuesdays, Fridays, 8 A. M.; 4 P. M. U
y) PIIOXE 47? and 24?. VAN TELBURG H0FMAN, Manager y
AI7CTION sar.Iis -FUTVIIE DAYS
l)y W. II. Ii. Trice* Co.. K b! Estate and Ueucial
Auctlonvtra, <oiner llnuk aud
PURSUANT TO A liKCRBE OF THE CIRCUn
I Court ol the i ttv ol Norfolk, cnleiod Ii ceinbr*
10tb, 1894, in the chancery suit of Thomas 1>. AU
leu et al is. <iio. \V 'lo'ns tt ux. .iaN.,I shaB
otter for sale a i the R al Instate Excbauce, lu the
? ?I v of Norfolk, on ICESDAY, the Nth day of
M ,_v, ls'.'J, at li o'clock in., ill) following properly*
*kO. S2 BERMUDA STREET.
the lot baring a Irmta.oof al uul thirty.throe
hit adeptliol' two liiindi.d fcot or more, withe
alUtll in the rear of filly feel or nn re. I he pri | or
ly is w, ;i drain, d, Impiu.e I, lurnlsbed witb ? at r.
gas. bath i, oin. etc,
TERMS ?One-tbird cash, bilaoco to six and)
t?ilve m .nth*, purchaser Hiving notes, tili? iw
lain, d or all ia?h at pur. baser'i onii.ei.
i . I?. ALLEN.
S| c dal Cousinlselontr.
W. Ii. il. TRI* li A CO.,
The bond requited bv the de roes !n above came
has bceu given. LAWkliNCE WARINO.
Cluik Circuit Cturt City Ol Norfolk.
CA LB UF VALUABLE ROTEL PROPERTY* IM
CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA., BY I'UBLIO
nwinp to Cue death oi Ibo owner aud proprietor
I w.ll o.ier for a'o at public am Ilm, ou the
premises, ou SATI RUAV, Muj IStil, !".'.'., at 12 m_
THE FAR1SIJ HOTEL, FPRN1TURE ANJ>
The hotel la a Ibreo-ttory brick structure, liaviuj
gas, wnio. ami electricity, located m Courlbouaa.
aqua re, tlhlaal one block from Lew Opera House*
cut il.,1 uul electric railway, and' the inly hots"
in the city, except lue one al tiie V. M. Jum nun,
? "lui thini-riie .ar^e air.- chambers, I elide*
i d'ous <(?.,?, Resiling and Sample Ho ms.
l ining IP oiu. B.ith l: oMio KUebens, Pan*
' rlcs, Clcsit-. ? I .. In all direr forty-live rooms.
The hotel is ope.i an.l boa a good patronage,
lilt S Or s.\LE.?for the Real Elate one*
thir l cash, balance n two eipisl auuuul pay*
ineiit-. purcha ir lo give bun Is tearlii' -ix pee
cent. Interral, eontainiiig waiver of home lend anal
Mcared by ibid Irusi on i he nr p rty, Ike lattt*
lo lie Insur d lorthe 11 nein oi lue creditors,
The furiitturc and Hat uei cash, unli s- toiuis aie
changed by lutcial agn eun nt.
W. J. T YSOK,
.Adiuint-irator and Attorney in fact.
By II L. l'agij A Co., Auctioneers.
"TRUSTEV SALE OF VALUABLE HOUSE AN1>
LOTOS WASHINGTON STREET, HIN
TEBSVILLE, AT AUCTION,
rty virtue nfa deed of In.si na id April 2'. 1*'.'*
I te ase aa trustee, and duly recorded, and nt Hi*
'?1.1 of ihe parly Hierein second, default linv.
ingle uina e In the payment <n ihe debl I wi:?
-.11 nt public auction nn 'I II' ItSIIAY. Mat Ifith, at
12 o'clock m., at the Norfolk It :.l 1 Istatu l x hange
No. lift Ma.Ii I eel. I IIA t V.M. .'.ULI Iti.U-n
ANI> i Ol'situated on the sou liable f Wa-diieg.
ton street, ins e..s oi O'Kcefc street, -aid lot
fio.t-:to eel with a dipth ol i:iil I'ecl.
I'Elt.M." 'iii'ili.i I eash, ha1 a nee in 6 and 1?
man ha, mured by doad of trust ami marine I
per cent, lulvrcst.
I. A. P or..
11. L PAtlE & CO.,
in eft-Ms - Auctioneers.
? C I II.IVI ill II.IMV.
W. H. H. Trice & Co.,
29BANK STREET. 1TI0NE 5d3.
REdlHENCES-ui, if, y0rk sticct.
i .... new Houses, i .'lonli I avenue, flbent.
1',', lluiisn lie 1". ? bar." le.str el.
6,,lP Bermuda street, o Mariner-net,
;i Iis ,i,,i -ir.ei, ... Ier.miuastreet
.,, \v..u? a io i in. I?; 1 ha. el street,
s". 1 alkland street, : l F? noiiurcb ait ? et
llrainl lelmi It sldeuc.Ii I unit a e " e
Ui, \\ ll'nighbe ?renne, m I ar< ?veuoe.
P.3 liibbiRVcui o. I. it Highlatiti mom e.
Ka- .ii. ii'.'. i. I ana siie.*l, 412 Cburcb s ro !?
Stores?112 i I.nr.:1! ?t rect,
.. . an'., -ir et, .sj. ;i Wa .rstreet.
Lai ee si,.re . naimeii e stritt; near .Main
Si con i ainpi i II s wharf,
four Warehouses Pirnls' wiinrf.
200 feel ..i wbai for re it a icup,
mti,-81.108,11 Mam street.
FiNB LOTS FOR SALE
?Ulli: FROM *100 TO i7"0 EACH.
Terms Ouc-tbtrd cash, balance iu 1 an 1 X
ve ils with G per ? cut. interest.
API ly to
H. L. PAGE & CO.,
Solo ngonts, No. II Bank streut,
j Titlo period, Norfolk, Va,
H. D. Hctjoard & Od.,
I20 MAIM STREET.
i HONK No. 749.
FOR RENT- l . in.. f.. in: and i't>
Highland avenue, 120 Vi iliougbby, i." Hil?
ter, alnltoy. 10* Pars ? 1'uu.tnll. 1 >.
ii , io .. 1- *nud |7ii Ohapol. with mraerai
nn:"- ivemeiitl 212 Itnuh, 123 Bermuda. 7J
Charlotte. k> On in bei am!, 71 and ill Chapev.
HA dr. .mi'. I in jus htore corner cbur a
aud . harlotta wood yard on lleriuudastreei.
nice Moio in Berkley, corner Liberty ana
l ighlli street eoitnga al > ir inla Liuoeli.
l UH SALE?Two houses n ? alt?" sve
nu? ? o ou Wllloiigliliy, i on clay cm?
"ii Koil ? . to on I'nuslall, three on H.,.n
Inn !. one ou L'ark, two ou l.ovitt. I -na
(iViiut uoi e?- ou Ni ii" mi air ot a o iii
in ti if nt. i.o--. mi Freemason, ('orprow,
ItOllsli, Highland, Ko 1., t riiices* Anno .ivi*
u ie and lu tluutersvillo. Also, Farms, lar^e
anil am i I.
Administrator's Notice i
Notice is hereby given t at tho ituder*
eiguo.i has duly qnaliilod as administrativ
oi tbo citato o: the lato Thomsi M. Caahin
All parties having claims agoiml tl a km i
est ,to are requested to pimi iii them to mo.
properly autheutioatod, at so. U18 Cburcb
street, and all indebtcl thereto ar. :oko*
to settle same nt on o.
DAR A.\i> 1 IXT! RE3 and utoek in store
No. HIB ' nur h street will l>n offered fos
sale a? u whole until MONDAY, May lota
J. \Vi CASIIKx,
and Whiskey HahlCV
cured nt boino ?Iiis.
ontpaln. Book ot pas
Honiara Rent PRF.aV
B. M. WOOLLKY, M.tK
' WUlUiUnU ct., AUuata. Ua,