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LATEST NAVAL NEWS. Pay Director R. P. L.ISle, Pay In Bpector J. P. Loomis and Passed As? sistant Paymaster W. T. Gray have been promoted. Assistant Paymaster W. T. Wallace, detached from "the Naval Academy and ordered to the League Island navy yard. Assistant Englner Mansfield's orders to the Solace revoked. Lieutenant W. B. Whlttlesey, detach? ed as Inspector of ordnance at Bridge? port and ordered to the Lancaster. Lieutenant G. W. Mentz, ordered to assume duties as Inspector of works in connection with the building of torpe? do boats at South Boston. Ensign W. D. MacDougall, detached from the Lancaster and ordered to the Amphltrite. Lieutenant L. C. Bertolette, detached from the Amphltrite and ordered to tor? pedo Instruction. Ensign C. Webster, ordered to the Navy Department for duty in the Navi? gation Bureau. Lieutenant E. Lloyd, detached from the New Orleans and ordered to 'he Marietta Lieutenant W. J. Sears, assigned to the New Orleans. Lieutenant R, C. Smith, detached from the Boston navy yard and ordered to Bridgeport on ordnance duty. Lieutenant Commander S. W. D'.chl, ordered to the Bureau of Equipment when the Buffalo Is put out of commis? sion. . Lieutenant J. H. Rohrbacker, ordered to the Independence with a crew for the Hartford. Lieutenant Q. W. Logan's orders to report as executive officer of the Buffalo revoked. Lieutenant Commander L. L. Rea mey, detached from the Bureau of Yards and Docks and ordered to the Washington navy yard. Assistant Naval Constructor W. G. Groosbeck, ordered to duly at Rich? mond, Va. Lieutenant R. T. Wltherspoon, order? ed to Mlnhnll, Pa. Cnntaln K. t'. Peck's' orders to the Oregon as executive revoked. TH E FAT MEM WON. A match game of baseball was play? ed yesterday afternoon between tho Fat Men nnd the Leen Men. of the ship-fitters' shop in the navy yard. The game was called after the first half of the fifth inning on account of exces? sive fnot weariness of the Lean Men, the Fat Men knocking the ball all over the lot. The Retire was 21*. to 10 in favor of tho F l Men. with the Lean Men begcing tho Fat Men to call the game, as they were tired. The feature of the frame was the base running of the F,'t Man. Watson, who ran the bases like a k'ldee. Ills playing of rieht Held Was a dream, nnd It Was said yesterday that he was National League timber. A return game will bo p1ay< d as soon as tho "Ix-ans" recover their wind. Such a marvelous selling of High Grade Merchandise never before, known in this vicinity. Prices cut regardless of cost. The items below will interest you. We will be glad to have you call whether you wish to purchase or not. Bargains in Men's Clothing. Double-breasted Blue- Serge Coats, worth JO.OU, $2.1)8. Men's Linen Crash Suits; nil sizes worth ?4.69. ?1.39. The standard Blue Serge, worth ?13.60, to go ni ?7.S8. Any of ?C, $7 and JS Men's Suits, to go at ?4.89. Any of our ?12, ?13.60 nnd ?15 00 Men's Bults. ?9.93. Men's Pants. In the latest prald effect; worth ?2.60 and $3.60, ?1.9S. Men's Pants, In all patterns, all wool, worth ?4, ?4.60 and |5, ?2.98. Men's Mohair Finish Office Coats, worth 60c.. 22c. Boys' Loiif," rants Suits, worth ?1.60 nnd ?5.60, your pick, ?3.98. Bovk' Lontr Pants Suits, sizes 15 to 19, worth }6 nnd $6, to go at JS.'.'S. Boys' Ixing Pants Suits, worth |9 t< $12.60, your pick jii.48. Bargains in the Children's Clothing Department. Children's Reefer Su'.ls, ages 3 to 8, worth ?2 and ?2.60, ?1.29. Children's Suits, ages 1 to 14, worth ?3 and 13.60, fl.9S. Knee Pants, a few odd sizes, worth 2.V. and 6'6c., 19c. Bargains in the Men's Fur? nishing Depart nent. Men's India Gauze Undershirts, worth S5c, I9%C. Mon's .lean Drawers, pearl buttons, double sllclhed and double scuts, worth 50c., 39c. Men's Jf.in Drawers, worth 33c, reduced to 1916c. Handkerchiefs. White Linen Finish Handkerchiefs, sold everywhere for 20c., reduced to lie. CONSIDERABLE MONEY has been nude at Pinner's Point within the last three years, and now that MONEY PANICS and WARS are ended these profits will be more than doubled within the next two years. If you have money to invest PINNER'S POINT is the place to put it, cither from a speculative view or interest bearing basis. We began when Pinner's Point be^.m, and can consequently put you on the ground floor as to cost ot" property here. Our collecting department is handling nine-tenths of the rental business in this section, and all of the property we have in charge is paying well. Our references as to promptness, management and financial responsi? bility are second to none. A FEW SPECIAL BARGAINS TO OFFER QUICK BUYERS Average sales, Six Thousand Dollars cer month for three years. F. HARPER, Heal Estate, Rents and Loans. Phone 1373. Pinner's Point, Va Agent for the Pinner's Point Land Companies. Are You "Willim^ To lose from 10 to 50 per cent, on your purchase of drugs' Well this 's what jrou are doing when you fall to buy your drugs from CAKIt'S STORE. R\ul the following price list, which quotes only a few articles of our large sto k of Drugs and Patent Medicines: l'inkham's Compo und. 71c. Palne'a Celery Compound 73c Green's Nervura. 76c. lloodji Sarsiparilla. 75c. Browns' In n B ttcra 75c ilos ft roslve Sublimate Knock-Out Drops, a dead suro killer of Bed Bliss, With brush. 26c JEROnE P. CARR, WHOLESALE AMD RETAIL DRUGGISTS, Court St. and Green St. AMBROSIA BLUSH. 5c. _ PINEAPPLE SNOW, Be. This is The Weather You Need Hammocks. W HAVE THEM FROM 75c. UP. A" ANDERSON ?Jto THOMPSON. 224 HIGH STREET. MARRIED LAST NIGHT. Last night at S:SO o'clock, at the Cal? vary Baptist Church, Scottsvllle, the Rev. Samuel Saund"ts united in the bonds of matrimony Miss Erne Iola Sadler and Mr. Samuel Cotton. The bride is n daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Sadler, and Is a charm? ing young lady of Glasgow street ex? tended. The groom is a well-known painter, and is a son or Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Cotton, of Scottsville. The church was decorated very' pret? tily, and the wedding ceremony took place In the presence of a large congre? gation. A rocepton followed at the home of the bride's father, where the newly married couple will make their home. There were many verV handsome presents presented to Mr. and Mrs. Cot? ton, which they appreciate to the ful? lest extent. INGERSOLL AT NAPOLEON'S GRAVE. Robert Ingersoll's allusion to Napo? leon contained in his lecture on "Skulls and Replies:" "A little while ago I stood by the grave of the old Napoleon?a magnifi? cent tomb of gift and gold, tit almost for a dead deity?and gazod upon the Sarcophagus of black Egyptian mar? ble, where rest at last the ashes of this restless man. I leaned over the balus? trade and thought about the career of the greatest soldier of the modern world. I saw him walk on the hanks of the Seine, contemplating suicide?I saw him at Toulon?1 saw him putting down the mob in the Streets of Paris? 1 saw him at the head of the army of Italy?1 saw him crossing the bridge of Lodi?I saw him In Egypt in the shad? ows of tlia Pyramids?I saw him con? quer tlie Alps and mingle the eagles of Prance with the eagles of the crags. I saw nlm at Marengo?at Ulm and AUS terlltx. I saw him In Russia, where the infantry of tho snow and the cavalry of the wild blast scattered his legions like winter's withered leaves. I saw him at Leipzig In defeat and disaster, driven by a million bayonets back upon Paris?clutched like a wild beast?ban? ished to Elba. I saw him escape and retake an emnlre by die force of his genius. I saw him upon the frightful field of Waterloo, where chance and fate combined to wreck the fortune of their former king. And T saw him at St. Helrna, with his hands crossed be? hind him, gazing out upon the sad and solemn sen. I thought of the orphans and widows he had made?of the tears that had boon shed for his glory, and of the only woman who ever loved him, push? ed from his heart by the cold hand of ambition. And I said I would rather have been a French peasant and worn wooden shoes. I would rather have lived in a hut with a vine growing over tho door, and the grapes growing pur? ple In tlie kisses of the autumn sun; I would rather have been that poor peasant with my loving wife by my side, knitting as the day dies out of the sky, with my children upon my knpos and their arms about me. T would rather have been thnt man and gone to the tongueless silence of tho dreamless dust than to have been that Imperial Impersonation of tafee and murder, known as Napoleon the Great." CASTORIA. Detm the 1 r,e ^ You "3,fl ?J*2E """S^ RAILROAD RATES TO I,. A. W. MEET. The Transportation Committee of the League of American Whorl men makes the following announcement: Railroad rates for the L. A. W. Na? tional Meet at Boston, August 14-19 are as follows: One limited fare by route traveled, going and returning the same way frpm points outside a radius of 200 miles from Boston, short line mileage, tickets limited to continuous passage in both directions, to be sold and good going through New England from Au? gust 13-17 inclusive; returning August H-20. inclusive. Bound trip tickets from points more than 200 mil's from Boston may be de poslted with Boston city ticket agent of tlie initial lino (first returning coupon) on or before August 19, on payment of a fee of fifty cents, and sucli tickets will he extended for a continuous re turn passage, tn arrive al destination' not later than August SI. For continuous passage, round trip tickets by variable routes (going by one route and returning by a different route) from points more than 200 miles from Bust.in, two-thirds of the one? way fare by route traveled in eacli An Excellent Combination. Tlie pleasant method ami beneficial ?fleets of the well known remedy, Syrup of Flos, manufactured by the California Fio Syiiup Co., illustrate 'Jie value of obtaining tlie liquid laxa? tive principles of plants known to be medicinally laxative and presenting .hem in the form most refreshing to the '.?ste ami acceptable to tin* system. It sthe one perfect strengthening laxa Ivc, cleansing the system effectually, lispelling colds, headaches and fevers fently yet promptly ami enabling one to overcome habitual constipation per? manently. Its perfect freedom from every objectionable quality ahd sub dance, anil its actum- on the kidneys, liver and bowels, without weakening >>r Irritating them, make it tlie ideal laxative. In tlie process of manufacturing furs arc used, ns they are pleasant to the taste, but tlie medicinal qualities of tho remedy are obtained from senna and ?ther "aromatic plants, by a method cnown to the CALIFORNIA FlO SYRUP Co. only. In order to pet its beneficial ffects and to avoid imitations, please ?omerober the full name of theCompany iriutcd on the front of every package. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. BAN FRANCISCO. CAt. IOUISVTLI/E. KY. NEW TORK, N. Y. For sale by all Druggists.?Price SOc. per bottle. direction. I. e., one fare and one-third for round trln. From 'points 200 miles or less from Boston, convention rates pood going August 13-19, inclusive, and good re? turning August 14-20, inclusive. One wheel to be carried free to Boston at owner's risk on any of tho preceding forms of tickets This arrangement gives the meet at Boston advantages, so far as transpor? tation is concerned, which have never been granted to the L. A. W. for pre? vious national meets. The extension of the limit for the return portion of the tickets to August 31 allows not only an opportunity for league members to enjoy the meet, but also ample time to visit the seashore and mountain re? sorts of New England after the meet is closed. A WONDERFUL. NECKLACE. It's Worth $12.".000 or More and It Is tho Work of a Dozen Years? Made in New York. What Is considered by jewelers to be perhaps the most remarkable diamond t.ecklace In the world and a triumph of the diamond-setters' art has Just been completed in this city by Charles F. I Wood & Co.. wholesale diamond deal I era, of 1 Maiden Lane. It Is asserted j that there Is not only not such another in the world, but that if an attempt were made to duplicate its perfection, it would require fifteen or twenty years* time in which to do so. It is not the abnormal size, weight or number of the stones that constitute tills necklace's peculiar value and beauty, for there are many necklaces which excel It in each of these particulars, but it is the fact that every stone is a gem of the choicest quality and absolutely match? es every other one. The necklace, as It rests In its case, encircles closely a centerpiece, six inches in diameter, and the diameter of the necklace, at the center line of the ?tones, la about G?t Inches. It contains forty-seven stones, which vary in size from front to back in perfect graduation, from diameters of 7-16 inch, with weights of 7 carets, to diameters of 5-16 inch and weights of 2Vj carats. The necklace is worth at retail between $125.000 and $l.r>0.000. About twelve years ago the largest handler of diamonds in the rough In the world was instructed to begin the collection of stones for this necklace. This dealer Is In London, and nowhere else could any one be found through whose hands enough diamonds would pass in a generation from which to make such a collection. The Instructions to the dealer were that every stone must be of the grade known In the trade as a gem, that the color mm' be blue-white and c eh one capable of being cut Into the perfect form to de? velop brilliancy and lire. Tb^ collection of the stones was begun at once, and It was not until six mon:hs ago that the last stone of the lot was picked out in tbo rouith. Then tho whole lot was sent hero, where they were cut and mounted. Although there was no requirement Oiat this should bo so, every stone, as It happens, came from the same African mine, and this no doubt, helps to give them the evcnivss of effect which is one of the most remarkable traits of the necklace. This is assured nlso by the cutting of the stones, for In each the same angles nre found, with the same number of facets, the same comparative sizes of girdle and table and heights from girdle to tnbte and point. One of the chief expenses in produc? ing tho circlet lay In the cutting of tho gems to tho exact sizes required. The larger stones were, of course, all cut to the largest size that they would af? ford, but as tho required size graded down It was not uncommon for a stone that If used separately might have cut to 6% or G ee.rnts to be cut down to a carats. It Is estimated that while tho dealer was gathering the stones in the rough he handled from $10.000.000 to $12.000.000 worth of diamonds from the snme mine, nnd thnt he handled alto? gether about $13 000 000 of diamonds, all of which were scanned for stones fot this one necklace.?New York Sun. it i.Mir a. tvisr ox (u i u m t rock Wlmt Vir:rIula'? Former Governor *nld of Ulla miiotiN .North < ?ro llnn I ra;. In the midst of one of his impas? sioned speeches years ago, during the "Know Nothing" campaign, the lute Henry A. Wise, formerly Qovernor of Virginia, and perhaps its most eloquent Orfltnr, airnl .-)i. ?1-himself tO Ills full height and exclaimed: "Those moun? tains which lift their bands to milk the clouds." The old chap was without doubt referring to Chimney Hock. Ills Index finger was pointing directly at Chimney Bock. Henry A. Wise is dead. But Chimney Hock still lives. Chimney Bock. Chimney Bock is one of tho boldest of American crags. The Seaboard Air Line will take you there. It is only seven:een miles beyond Ruth erfordton. Railroad tickets good over tho stupe lino. The ride Is one of phe? nomenal grandeur. The inns are set cozily in the recesses of tho wild moun? tain range. One dollar to two dollars per day. The beds nre clean. The food is plentiful nnd toothsome. The pools are solitary and cool mil glistening wi'h speckled trout. The leafage of the steeps is a ceaseless study and solace and stimulant. The summmer ther? mometer does light duty, having a "beat" of only from (10 to SI. This means deep sleep by night and long climbing walks by dny. Everybody wants to walk. But Henry A. Wise said it all. Summer tourist rates from all parts of North Carolina. Don't miss It. men nnd brethren. Inquire of nil agents. "Kick" if everything is not perfectly comfortable. Watch the baby get well. Watch 'he boy from college get tough r.? hickory. If Chimney Rock is anything, it is a place to set tho family up against the Fall. Excursion tickets on sale at all Seaboard Air Line ticket offices to Ch'mney Rock and re? turn at greatly reduced rates. Plans have been formed for a new anartment-house to be constructed In New York at a cost of $625,000. A. B. Knight in architect. Ansel Moffnt, of Indianapolis. Ind.. Is reported as interested in a proposed factory for making smok-less powder at Bozeman, Mont. J. S. Stamm, of Butler. Pa., may he addressed relative to 'he Pennsylvania Tank Company", Incorporated to man? ufacture this article. William H. Kinch and others have organized the Buffalo Expanded Metal Company at Buffalo. N. Y., to have a capital stock of $25.000. S. S. Baker, of St. Paul, Minn., may be addressed relative to the Baker Cement Company, recently organized in thAt city and capitalized at $50,000. E. M. Ilutchlns and others, of Som ervllle, Mass., have formed the Pilgrim Motor Co., to manufacture motor ve? hicles, and capitalized at $500,000. . S. GOES BOTTOM. Promptly Reaches the Seat cf all Blood Diseases and In every test made 8. S. 8. taa?y demonstrates its superiority over othsr blood remedies. It matters not how eb stinato thu case, nor what other treat? ment or remedies have failed, 8.8. 8. ' always promptly reaches and enrol any PlirQC iko U/firct PaCOC disease where the blood is in any way involved. 1)11185 1110 fTUIOl UddBd. Everreno who has had experience with blood diseases knows that there are no ail? ments or troubles so obstinate and difficult to eure. Very few remedies claim to cure such real, doep-seatod blood diseases as S. 8. 8. cures, and nons.dan offer such incontrovertible evidencoof merit. 8 8.3. is not merely a tonic?it is a ?uve I It goes down to the very seat of all blood diseases, and gets st the foundation of tho very wor6t cases, and routs the poison from the system. It does not, like other remedies, dry up the poison and hide it from view temporarily, only to break forth again more violently than ever; S. 8. 8. forces out every trace ef taint, nnd rids the system of it forever. * Mrs.T. \V. Lee, Montgomery, Ala., writes: "Somoyears ago I was inoculated with poison by a nurse who infected my babo with blood taint. I was covered with sores and ulcerafrom head to foot, and in my grentextremity I prayed to die. Several prominent physicians treated me. out all to no purpose. The mercury and riotash which they gave me seemed to add fuol to the awful flame which was devouring me. I was advised by friends who had seen wonderful cures mado by it, to try Swift's Specific. I im? proved from the start, as the medicine seemed to go direct to the cause of tho trouble and force the poison out. Twenty bottles cured me completely." Swift's Specific? S. S. S. FOR THE BLOOD ?is the only remedy that is guaranteed purely vegetable, and contains no mercury, potash, arsenic, or an^ other mineral or chemical. It never fails to oure Oancer, Eczema, Scrofula, Rheumatism, Contagious Blood Poison, Tetter, Boils, Carbuncles, Sores, etc. Valuable books mailed free by Swift Specific Company, Atlanta, Ga. BERKLEY. Prof". J. "W. Roberts Is visiting near Graham. N. C, where he will probably remain for ten days. Otllcer Q. T. Humphries is taking his I ten days vacation and Substitute Otll I cor McPherson Is on duty. Miss Georgia Smith will leave to-day for Philadelphia to visit friends. Quite a number of the young men will meet to-night at the Berkley Colleglato Institute to organize a literary society. Mr. T. C. Humidifies has been kept quite busy supplying the trade since he began his sacrifice sales. -Mr. and Mrs. George R. Jonghlns, Who have been visiting friends here for several days, left yesterday afternoon for their home. In Canada. Miss Mamie Whltley. of Whltley. Va., a former teacher In tho Berkley Col? legiate Institute, is the guest of Mrs. J. S. Persons. Charlie, the little son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ross, Is aulte Blck at their home, on Montland avenue. The infant child of Mr. and Mrs James Sawyer is ill. Tickets are on sale for the Presby? terian and Christian Sunday schools* excursion at Dr. Tagett's drug store. The schooner John W. Tay.or and tho Bllven pile driver are on Jones' railway for repairs. The schooner Georgia Clark, which cut down some time ago in Hampton Roads by one of the Old Dominion steamships, nnd purchased and raised by Captain W. H. French, of this place, was last Monday sold to the follow? ing parlies, to bo converted into a barge: Messrs. B. T. Williams, of Nor? folk and Florida; Brewster Appricott, of Baltimore. Tito Clark is undergoing temporary repairs at Graves' ship-yard preparatory to sailing for Baltimore. Mr. Day Howard is quite sick at his home, on Liberty street. The. 4-months-old child of Mr- nnd Mrs. W. J. Moore, of Liberty street, j died in the Sanitarium at Virginia Beach yesterday morning about " o'clock- The funeral will be conducted from the residence this mornlnn at 10:110 o'clock. Mrs. Laura Jamison died yesterday at 11 a. m. at her home, on Liberty Bin et, after several years ot aflliction. She was 55 year:: of age and had been a resident of Berkley a greater portion of her life. The funeral will be this afternoon at 2 o'clock. The remains of the 10-months-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Tilley, who died at their home. In North Caro? lina, will arrive tills morning via the Norfolk and Southern railroad for burial in Magnolia Cemetery to-day. The funeral of the late Mr. W. S. Saunders will be conducted from the residence this afternoon at 4 o'clock. Tho Herkley Electric Light Com? pany's plant, with franchise, owned by Mr. E- M. Tilley. of South Norfolk, has been purchased by Mr. John Skelton Williams, of Kiehmond. For Infants and Children. [he Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signaturo of A dispatch from Attleboro, Mass., Is to the effect that Messrs. Bates & Bacon, of that city, have decided to erect a factory building. Bi??r3 th? _^^8 Ynu Haw Alwars Bough. Contracts have been let for the ad? dition to the plant of the Lorain Foundry Company, of Lorain, Oh;o. which will be 64x100 feet In dimensions. BERKLEY ADVTS C1 R A T E 3. ? A FIRST-CLASS CAB j bJite and Cantaloupe Crates for sale by W. E, WINBORNK at No 2S2 Water street. Norfolk. Factory, Berkley Va. S. S. phone 1209. Je-t-lm JOHN S. ETHERIDGE. Ll VERT *ND BOARDING 8TABLEA BERKLEY. VA Norfolk sad Pornmnutn trade seUclt?& New Phone No. LSAS. CARTERS Sick U.sdaok? aad :fii?c ill the Uoubles tie*, riant to ahlltout ?[?!? of tho sjatom.auch aJ Dlir.loca*. l?an?a, Drowaiueaa. DUttcia after ?latins, f Ung the BMo, A.c. Wb:!? their r.:o?l nMcarkatfi? aiuo^** haa bean aDoivu in curing Headark?, jet Cutcr'a Lll'.la LWer FiUa are equally valuable Id Constl patten, curing ami pro Trntluf tUiaannoy iBgcoupUtnt.iTuila they aim rorracl all dlaorder* a I tbe ? tornara ,Ji ininlaie Ilia liver and rojuUtc thebonoU. fun If tiinyonly curad Ach? thay wocjd ba alntoi t priraloaa to thoaa who antler from tbturtiitreaslni; .-oiuplaim; but fcrti: mtaljliiolrn ,\:r.,M.lfnr uotaudhera.and ihn-.n nhoonrotry thorn will nn1 thsaelltllapillnvidil abla In ao manr way* ItaM Usay will not be wil? ling to do without tiisDi. But after alltlck hasd lath*barn of s?i)n**y liTOS thai bore la whSiiS via make cur (:? at boast. Our plllscuralt while other* do list. t'arti'r'a 1,1111a I.lver Pills are vtt ?mall and vary May to hike. 0:,e or two pllli maiaa doae. Th*y are- strtolly vagatal Is jal ?1? not rflpa o* purf:-?. hull f Ihelr conti? action pla.-u.4ll whn usotbani. lnvlalsrt23cenUt Brafortl. Sol4 by drugjiita every*hare, or .lent by mill. CARTER MEDICINE CO., New York Ort. CHARCOT'S TONIC TABLETS ore the only positively guaranteed remedy for tha DrlnkHahlt, Neivnuancss and klolaucboir caused, by Strong drink. Wl. I.I Alt AM 1k I Olli BOXES to cure any mho wii tin poMtlve written (aar ante? or refund the money, and to destroy tha appeillo for Intoxicating liquors. THE TABLETS CAN HP (1IVBN WITHOUT KMOWLEMB OP THE PATIENT. STROHS DRINK and Death. ?L'poa?TOC**p? of ?10.00 we will mall you four ft] boxes and pcwl. two wrlttan tuaranla* to cura Cr rarOSSl goor money. Single boiea J3.90. Save $5 or $6 by buying your Cook Stove direct fron? the factory. We manufacture? some- of tho best brands of Stoves mads, amongst them the celebrated Fits Lea Coolc-Stovsai (made In six sizes). They are unsquallsnl in baking qualities, durability, appear? ance, and extra large ovens. All Stoves guaranteed. Write for catalogue and pr'.ceo. SOUTHERN ST0HR1S, 815 to 827 North Seventeenth SL RICHMOND, VA