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1 FOR OLD CONFEDS
|^f;~ (Concluded from First Page.)
& examined the hlU and was satisfied
,t It was now In proper form and
_t It would effectuate the purpose
.tlch Us authors had in view, and he
83 bo full of forgiveness this morning?
ie day before Christmas?that ho was
Ullhg to Join the Senator from New
f?kjh presenting this Cltristmas git t
"those onTcers who fought In the < on
leratc army, and who, he was Btire,
Uld rejoice to tight In the army ;>r
f whole country. If the opportunity
iftented Itself, of which he believed
ere was no prospect at present.
Ir. Allen (Pop.), of Nebraska, ex
ssed his belief that the bill would
have been heard of If war had not
,_en threatened, and If President Cleve
and had not been "twisting the lirll
h Lion's tail." He hoped, however,
iat the motion to refer would be with
rawn and that the bill would pass at
Mr. Hill said that he bad not sup
osed that the bill would have occa
loned such a long debate. Every Sen
tor had heard the bill rend; every
ehntor understood It: yet for divers
asous no Senator wished It to pass
It would have (o he referred to a com?
mittee which knew all about It, but
hlch would have to take some tine
consider It. Why. he asked, go
:hrough these useless formalities?
He had labored under the bleu thut
If last week the Senate could afford to
take up and pass the Venezuelan coin
emission bill Involving conseuuences ol
: peace or war without action by o conv
? mlttee. It would not scruple to puss this
.:;blll and to give to those old Confeib rat?
.rthat Christinns present. He I hough I
!';that Hie spectacle was one of strahiln?
iTat a gnat and swallowing a ennu i. He
V remembered that the Senator from
Ohio, Mr. Shorn,'m. bud moved to refer
s, the bill to the Committee on Foreign
,':Relations, but he bad not pressed thai
jj motion nor voted for it himself. As tn
; 'Mr. Plait's reference to newspaper nrtl
> cles lauding him (Mr. Hill), be said that
.he would like to have seen some :>r
?these complimentary notices, ns he saw
v.very few such in print now-a-days.
- After further discussion a vote was
I taken on Mr. Sherman's motion t.? refer
^he bill, and the result was: Yens. S;
:nays, 30?less than a quorum. A stihse
B quent roll-call showed the presence of
(V.i.forty-seven Senators?over u quorum?
; . n.nd then Mr. Sherman withdrew the
.^motion to refer nnd the bill was read
? a-third Unto nnd passed.
. Mr. Vest modified his silver coinage
'.resolution of last week by making
' It a joint resolution nnd changing It In
some other particulars, so that It now
directB the Secretary of the Treasury
?to coin as rapidly ns possible the silver
bullion In the Treasury purchased tin
.der the act of .luly It. isnn. into Stan?
dard silver dollars, nnd with such dol?
lars -to redeem the Treasury notes Is?
sued for the purchase of the bullion,
when offered for redemption such
notes to be destroyed ns soon us they
nay be redeemed." It also directs lite
Secretary of the Treasury to redeem the
Treasury notes commonly called green?
backs when presented for redemption,
In standard silver dollars or both ns the
condition of the treasury may reo Hire?
the greenbacks so redeemed to be re
Issued, as provided bv the act of May
Mr. Hill Indicated a purpose of dis?
cussing Hu- resolution, but finestloned
the propriety of beginning the debate
Mr. Morrlll moved to refer the resolu?
tion to the Flnnnce Committee, but be?
fore calling for a vole he moved an ad?
journment, and the Senate nt 2 p. m.
!adjourned until Friday next.
House.?Mr. Cooper <l?,<:n.). of Flor
:; idw, offered in the House to-day n bill
making Palm Beach a sub-port or deliv?
ery and entry, nnd asked consent for
present consideration. The necessity
? for the pnsncre of tue bill was that Mr.
Flagler, the oil and hotel magnate, in?
tended to put on n line of Americat
stenme.rs between Hint port and the
Bahamas. th? first steamer of which,
? the Northumberland, was due to arrive
at Palm Reach January 17. At pres?
ent there were on facilities for . - t- r'i
and clearing the vessels nearer than
An unsuccessful effort was made bv
Mr. Turner (Dem.), of Georgia, to gain
unanlmoufl consent for nrintim; in thi
yRecord Secretary Smith's reply to the
'.resolution of Inquiry proposed last week
V ielallmr to his action in the matter of
the Wichita reservation.
On motion of Mr. Dlngley (Rep.), of
Talne, It was agreed that when the
louse adjourned, it should bo until
j . The usual resolution from tho Com
'? mlttee on Ways and Means, distrlbut
9 ing the President's annual message to
Bube several committees Having jurisdic
j tlon upon the subjects treated, was it
'? ? Mr. Lucy, of Iowa, called attention to
the fact that the resolution referred
'the Nicaragua Canal question to the
^ Committee on Inter-State and Foreign
'v.Commerce. Pntll the canal was built.
. he Eaid, the subject was properly undci
. the control of the Committee tin Rnil
vways and Canals. His motion to so
Eg change the reference was lost?SO to S
?'The resolution was then agreed to.
Speaker Reed laid before the House
I the following tel. gram, although he said
fit had reached the Chair in an irregular
$',?' "Rio Janeiro. Dec. 21.
?."President Chamber of the Represents
. ttv?s, Washington:
I "The Chamber of Deputies of Hk
United Stntr-s of the Republic, of Brasil
congratulate the Chambers of Repre?
sentatives of the North American
;TJnion for President Cleveland's worthy
message which so nobly und highly de
fends the rights and liberties of the
'American nations consecrated In Mon?
"(Signed) ROSA F.. SILVA.
The reading of the message was fol?
lowed by applause.
?\b At 12:40 p. m.. on motion of Mr. Ding
ley, the House adjourned until Th?rs
EDENTOH. N. C.
. Edenton, N. C. Dec.24.?(Special)?
fMr. J. C. Warren and wife left to-day !
y&Our transportation companies have |
" een quite busy for some time hauling ;
j large freights to and from our Iii- |
itir postmaster informed us that he
idled more pieces of mall on Mon- j
'.than has ever been In one day. |
To heal- that Rev. W. F. Watson, of
lorfolk, has accepted the call that was
lidered him by the Edenton Baptist 1
v.'.i'-': .'. ? '??'? ?'..'.' ?'
ABOUT ? HiiisiM.vs,
Santa Claus Is about the only person
who knows what the small boy wants.
He?I made a lot of good resolutions
She?Xot at all. They were all bad.
He?How do veil make that out?
She?They wouldn't keep.?Chicago
A Little Mixed.
Fiddle?Christmas is all humbug. 1
didn't gel what 1 expected, and I knew
Fatldlo?I agree with ycu. It's a
humbug. I got Just what I didn't ex?
pect, and 1 knew I would.?Boston
A ?nlclllllllng Hoy.
"I think. Tommy," said Mrs. Harlem
River, "that I shall put you into long
trousers pretty soon."
"Not now, Ma. licit until after Christ?
"Why not now?"
"Because you know I'll have to go
Into short Blockings, und they don't
hold much."?Texas Sittings.
A Happy Tliouicttt.
llitv good It Is for those who are
bereaved and sorrowful that our Christ
Ban festivals point forward und lip
ward ns well as backward: that the
eternal Joy to Which wo are drawing
ever nearer Is linked to the earthly joy
which has passed away.?Mrs. Charles.
A Present for II Im Oritiidf ill bor.
(Harper's Young People.)
"I'm saving up to buy you u Christ?
mas present, grandpa,'.' s.ilil Willie.
"That's very nice of you, thy boy,"
said the obi gentleman. "How mitch
haw you got?"
"Well," Willie replied, "if you'll give
me ten cents, I'll have eleven alto?
Almost n II Int.
"What did you get for Christmas?"
asked it bachelor of a married, friend.
"I got a holiday hint From my wife."
he replied, with a High thill made his
"What was it?"
"A cardboard bearing the Inscription:
"l'lie Lord Loveth a Cheerful Giver.' "
Insult lo Injury.
Raid-Head Man?I can't und words
lo express my l.idlgnn.lion at an Insult
l received this Christmas.
Pete Amsterdam?What was the In?
Buhl-Head Man?When I got up
Christmas morning 1 found some un?
known miscreant bad made mo a pres?
ent of a bottle of hair dye.
Still on Hand.
Wife?I am afraid, dearest, you have
given mo such a big ClMlstmas you
haven't anything left for yourself.
Husband?Oh. yes. 1 still have the
stub end of my check hook.
The Reason Wliy.
"I guess 1 know why Han la Claus has
raln-deers," said .lack. "So if there's
rain Instead of snow lh'?y can get here
Just the same."
Alice ( III (Hllllll*.
Johnnie?I wonder why papa is so
Freddie?Maybe Santa Claus left him
ST. VITUS DANCE.
A Physician Prescribes Dr. Miles'
Dr. Miles Medical Co., Elkbart, Ind.:
My daughter Mattle, agod it, was afflicted
lust spring with St. Vitus tlunCO and ner?
vousness, her entire right side was numb
and nearly paralyzed. Wc consulted a phy
j! .... ? tlT
siclnn and he prescribed Dr. Miles' Restora?
tive Nervine. She took lliroo hot lies beforu
we saw any certain Signa of Improvement,
but after that she began to linprovo very
fast and I now think she is entirely cured.
She has taken nine bottles of the Nervine,
but no other medicine of any kind.
Knox. Ind., Jan. 5, 'OS. II. \V. IIostkttf.r.
Physicians prescribe Dr. Miles' Remedies
becausu they are known to be the result of
the ions practice ami experience of one of
tho brightest, members of their profession,
and are carefully compounded by experi?
enced chemists, in exact accordance with Dr.
Miles' prescriptions, as used in Iiis practice.
On sale at all dnijjjjisls. Writo for Dr.
Miles' Hook on tho Heart and Nerves. Dr.
Miles Medical Co., Elkbart, Ind.
Dr. Miles' Remedies Rcsloro Health
A GREAT REDUCTION !
ON NATIVE WINES.
ILwIng a large stock of these wines, I
will oflcr them at the lullowlng reduced
pi ices: Port, Sherry and Cnluwba, tkic.
I" i gallon, or K.c quart bottle. Also ull
K "?ff ? [ Older Wines for holldav lise.
Old Southampton Apple Brandy, North?
ern Cider and a line stork- of old Whis?
kies and Imported Brandies and Wines of
my own Importation, Anurlcan Cham?
pagnes a specialty. All at my usual low
E. VANCE, Liquor Dealer
del-Ire No. 83 Commercial Place.
Interesting (Christmas services will
he held this morning at 11 o'clock In the
Memorial Christian Temple. The Rev.
J. W. Wellons, pastor, or' the Christian
Church, at Durham, N. C. who Is on
a visit to his niece, Mrs. Frank Hitch,
on York street., will preach, besides
some excellent music will be rendered.
A cordial Invitation Is hereby extended
to all, especially to strangers in the
Miss Mai tic Leggett, of Princess Anne
1 county, Is on a visit to Miss Cynthia
Capps, 812 Tunstall avenue. I
.Mrs. Mathew Maker, of Elisabeth
City, N. C, is the guest or Mr. und
Mrs. O. M. Raker, No. 12!l Reservoir
j The Local Hoard of Improvement will
meet to-morrow night ut 7 o'clock.
Mr. Ii. W. Phillips, of the University
College of Medicine, is at home for the
Many kind persons responded to the1
call Issuing from the infant class of
McKcndreo Sunday School and made
many hearts glad by sending pounds. |
Mr. John D. Overlon, who has spent
some time In business abroad, is now
at home with his mother at the resi?
dence of his brother. Mr. W. P. Ovorton,
310 south Park avenue.
Services at Christian Memorial Tem?
ple to-day nit 11 n. m. by Rev. J. i'.
Barrett, D. D. All Invited.
Communion service ut 7::i0 a. m. and
preaching at 11 a. in. at St. Paul's to?
day by the rector. Rev. W. I). Smith.
Mm. .1. .1. Whispeii, <>r Murshall ave?
nue, left yesterday to 'spend the Christ?
mas with friends in Princess Anne
Park Avenue Hup 11*1 Church, St. Pe
ler's 1'. K. Church, and Trinity Metho?
dist will have their Christinas Sunday
school onlerlulnineivt on lo-mbrrow
A little boy of lender years came near
serious damages yesterday while on the
street In front of Hromblototl Market
by getting under a horse drawing a
vehicle. It was a narrow (iwapo.
A Cntiily l ucior.v Itefnlling.
At the request of imuiy friends arid
customers I have made up l.r.OO pound
of my famous Proneh assorted nut t;s;
lb s 'and 2,000 pounds assorted frul
flavored drops for stockings. I no lon?
ger retail, but these arc candles (hai
are not toJio bad elsewhere. Very rea?
sonable, -s. t. Avnms, Acut,
???? Rounokc avenue, near Main St.
Castoria is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Infants
sind Chilil[tm. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nur
other Narcotic substance. It is n harmless substitute
for Paregoric, Drops? Soothing Syrups, null Castor Oil.
It is Pleasant. Its guarantee is thirty years' use by
Millions of Mothers. Castoria is tho Children's Panacea
?tho Mother's Friend.
"Custarliilsso well adapted to children that
I recommend it us superior tonuy prescription
knowu to inc." II. A. AacilEn, M. 1?.,
Ill So. Oxford St.. Brooklyn, N. Y.
" The use of ' Cnstorlu' Is bo universal and
Its merits so well known that It seems a work
Of supererogation (o endorse it. Pew nro tho
Intelligent fnuillie^ who tlo not keep Castoria
within easy reach."
Carlos Mabtvn, D. P.,
New York City.
Castorln cures Colic, Const'pullon,
Sour Stomach, IMnrrbccn, Eructation,
Kills Worms, gives sleep, und jiromotcs dl>
Wit :mat injurious medication.
'Tor several years I hnvo recommenilcd
?Castoria,' mid shall always continue to do
so, iis it has invariably produced benellciul
Kuwin I". paodue, M. I).,
1SSU) Street and 7th Ave., New York City.
Tun Cextaur Company, 77 Menu ay Stobst, New 1'obb City.
A I.I, KX POSITIONS,
'uro llccr browed t .-Jar
tlli'il exprei.lv fo' ft ittlsf.
Pabst Milwaukee Beer.
mm m. BFTTZ'S HLE ffliD PiTEfi m oewl
J.EI. FULFORD.Sole Agent.
?11 Special I)?livMrv for PrlTutu I ?,11:111.0
We have just received for Hie Holidays a beautiful line ol" ROCKERS, consisting of
Plush and Gobblers Seat Rockers in Oak or Mahogony.
Reed and Rattan Rockers !
Just the thing- for a nice Christmas Present. Also a line of Easels and Pictures.
iL DlS l d W?GOKS, VELOCIPEDES and TRICYCLES.
WRITING DESKS, COUCHES, LOUNGES.
8 ef [ieq ityle ni pisS
We can show you a large assortment of
Book Cases, Class Closets, Wardrofoss, Sideboards, and
im Fact, Everything in the Furniture Line.
Oie fCern Furniture ^
IifHOLES?LE ?MD RETAIL,,
24 OLD MARKET SQU?RB
ai 1 orders promptly attended io
SALE VJILL BEGIN MONDAY. DECEMBER 23D, AT 9 ft. !?,
15c. Moon Shape Mirrors, sale price
25c. Moon Shape Mirrors, with white
metal trimmings, Kale price 25c.
75c. Moon Shape Mirrors, with white
metal trimmings, sale price 50o.
$1.26 Moon Shape Mirrors, with white
metal trimmings, sale price $'..00.
60c. brass bedsteads, with pin cushion,
sale price 25c.
50c. Orange Cups, white inetnl, sale
00c. white metal Jewel Boxes, with pin
cushion, sale price 25o.
15c. wood Lnkstahde, with pen holder
and glass bottle, sale price 10c.
l'jc. white metal Photo. Frames, sale
lue. white metal Photo. Frames, sale
10c. white metal Pin Trays, sale price
10c. while metal Paper Cutlers. In
cose, sale price 5c.
35c, wood Child Work Pox. lock and
key, all complete,'sale price 25c.
:;.',<?. white metal Inkstands, one or two
glass bottles, stile price 25c.
$1.00 gluts' Segar Boxos, zinc lined,
sale price S*Jc.
15c. Atomizers, all color glass, sale
15c. Hand Mirrors, ivlth painted Mow?
er, Stile price 10c.
25c, Trilby Hearts, with chains all Ini?
tial, sale prlc ? 10c. each.
50c. Plush Whisk I'.room Hohler?, with
out whisk, sale price 25o.
Ami thousands of other articles too
numerous to mention.
204 Main Street, Norfolk, Va
AUCTION NAEiEN?Fl'TVRK DAY.
"TRUSTEE'S SALE OP VALUABLE
PORTSMOUTH CITY PROPERTY.
By virtue of three certain deeds of trust
to .no un?erulglied iih trustee,July record?
ed In the clerk'aolllec of the Court of Hus?
tings for the City of Portsmouth, und nt
the request of the parties therein secured,
I shall oiler for Bale ut public auction on
TUESDAY, THE 7lh DAY OK JANU?
ARY, 1N*G. AT 12m.. of that day, ut the
front door of the Court House, In snld
cfty of Portsmouth, the following proper
' ri to-wlt:
1. All that certain lot,piece or parcel of
hind commencing nt a point on the Went
side or Armstrong Street, r>u feet .South of
the southwest Intersection of "13" and
Armstrong Streets; thence running West
?ml parallel with "B" Street 110 feet;
thence South and purallcl with Amt?
stons Street 2S feet: thence East and pa?
rallel with "B" Street 110 feet to Arm?
strong Street; und (hence North along the
West side of Armstrong Street 28 feet to
the point of beginning.
2. All that certain lot. piece or parrel
of land, commencing at a point on the
west side of Armstrong street, 84 foot
loutb of the southwest Intersection of
"It" and Armstrong streets: thenco run?
ning '.vest and puiallel with "it" street Ut) I
feet; tin nee south and parallel with Arm?
strong street 28 feet; thence east and par?
allel with "R" street no feet to Armstrong
street, and thence north along the west
of Armstrong street 28 feet, to the
point of beginning.
3. All that certain lot, piece or parcel of
land, commencing at a point on the west
Ilde of Armstrong street, 112 feet south
of the southwest Intersection cf "n" and
Armstrong streoU: thence running west
and parallel with "It" street 110 feet;
thence south and parallel with Armstrong
Btre l 2-> feet; thence east and parallel
with "M" street. 110 feet to Armstrong
strc't: thence north along the west side
Of Armstrong street 28 feet to the place
Above lots being the same property
which was conveyed to Lewis P. Brown
by i-. S. Slierw30c1 and wife and Virglnlus
Bull ami wire l>y deed dated on the 2"d
day of April, in .the year I80.r>, and duly
ICeortlcd In the Clerk's OfllCO aforesaid.
TRRMB?One-fourth cash: balance In
line.ititil Instalments, payable respect?
ively one, two and three years after date,
deferred payments to bo evidenced by
notes of purchaser or purchasers, dated
i day or sale, and lo be secured by deed
of trust, executed and recorded at the ex
pease of thti purchaser or purchasers. Or
all cash, at the option of the purchaser or
purchasers. JOHN NE13LY,
(Rye and Barley Malt.)
ill an II.
Him W IE
lilies il En lie.
JOHN W. BURROW,
HEAD OF OLD MARKET SQUARE.
& Hill Street.
tioods delivered . vny day in the week
tlso in Portsmouth, Berkley, Bramble
ton, Atlantic city. etc.. etc.
THIS WEEK I
$1.25 Letter Files
CNLY $1 NET CASH.
? OLD MINION PAPER CO.,
j COSiM KRClA L STATIONERS
I AND PRINTERS.
AUCTION- HALEN? FUTURE DAY.
202 MAIN STREET,
WILL SELL AT NO. 8G MAIN STREET.
FRIDAY; DECEMBER 2STH. AT 11
O'CLOCK. WITHOUT LIMIT OR RE?
SERVE AS FOLLOWS:
1 HERRING PATENT IRON SAFE,
(good us new): 8 snow CASKS iChwi-v
frame, good us new;) 1 CASH REGIS?
TER, 3 LARGE .MIRRORS. Lor OF
FINE WINDOW FIXTURES, 5 COUN?
TERS. CHAIRS. TABLES, OFFICE
DESKS AND ALL Til 19 SHELVING IN
STORE. PUBLIC INVITED.
de24-tu.fr TAYLOR & CO., Auctioneers.
By virtue of the provisions of a deed
of trust dated the 16th day or November,
1890, und recorded In tho Clerk's) office of
Nansemond County Court. In Deed of
Trust Rook No. I, page 110. and executed
lo me by Annie Blniver und David Bchrl
ver, her husband, and at the retpicst of
the cre?ntor therein secured; 1 shall offer
for sale at public auction. In front of tho
pOStOIHce In the town of Suffolk, Nuhse
inoinl county. Vs., oil
I Thursday, Dec. 26th. 1895,
o'clock m., the following property,
ALL THAT CERTAIN FARM, TRACT
OR PARCEL OF LAND
lying In Sleepy Hole Magisterial District,
K'aiiscinond county, Vliglnlu, upon which/
grantors reside, known its "Mlnlon
vllle, including Dumpling Island; bound?
ed by the lands Of Or. Richard II. Rca
inoil, Franklin Frlsbee's estate,the marsh
land of A. E. Wllroy, the county rotul
lending from Suffolk to Portsmouth, und .
waters of NuilSemond river and Jones'
ek, supposed to contain ubout nine
hundred t'.wi acres, more' or less.
And also about one hundred acres of i
woodland, lying in Sleepy Hide Magiste?
rial District. Nansemond county. Vir?
ginia, on both sides of the Norfolk und
Carolina railroad, adjoining the lands of
Dr. Richard H. Uc.imon, the lands of
Franklin Prlab-ie's estate, Peter O. Hlicil
I (formerly Prentls Duke's) and the Unt res
This is one of the most valuable farms
on the Nansemond river, and Is adapted
lo the growth of trucks nud all other
.?reps raised In this vicinity.
TERMS- Cash sufficient to pay the ex?
penses of sale, the 11 its tee's commission,
tad thirty-two hundred dollars f$3,C0tl)
with interest from the IGlli day of May.
<S95, tho am eint of secured debt unpaid,
iml the remainder upon such terms as .
In- muni ira shall pr< sc: |bc anil direct on
the day of sab-; and upon the failure of
;iIIUt tr* to direct at the time Of sale,
then upon such terms us the trustee shall
THOMAS R] GRIFFIN, Trustee.
J. WALTER HOSIER,
3V VIRTUE OF A DEED OF TRUST
J made to Richard Walke, trusiee, ny
tie- Obi Dominion Uriels, 'l ib' and .Maun
tailoring Company, a corporation duly
irguillstc-d under the laws of lhe Slate of
Virginia, bearing date on tin- liftli day of
April, in the year ISC and recorded In
b ed book l?7. page leJ. of tho Clerk's
? Illee of Charles city county, \ a., and nt
the reipiest of the creditor therein se
| cured. i shall sell at public auction on the
premises, it Sturgeon Point ivhnrf. in
charb s City county, \'a., on the tth DAY
OF JANUARY, in the year IKhS, til 2 p.
in., tho following pro; ei iy, to-v.lt:
VLL THAT PI HQK OR PARI IBL < >F
I,AND, wltll I he building.; and improvc
miints thereon, situate in Charles City
founty, in ile- State of Virginia, on the
north bank of the James river, tiling port
of the furm known as "Sturgeon Point.''
and hounded and described as fellows.
? wit: i :? ginning nt ordinary low
water mark ill a cypress tree will? II
bans over the water, distant In a
torly direction seven huudn d und
I sixty f' ct C> i) fei'l from the land of
,.p,., i.? ..|...,. adtniniug tbi- Sr.tr
gcou l'oinl wharf on the easterly side
..... 1.1. i minion lb.nee in a northerly
citecllon, distant from ihe land of salt!
Tuckers 'Veil hundred and sixty feel; and
parallel Iber?.'.villi, one thousand six hun?
dred and twenty-lie fei l ulont: (be land of
Trunx to a point; I hence running easterly
ami parallel with the Janus liver low
water murk and distant therefrom one
tbocsaiid. six bumlt'ed and tweiity-llvo
feet along the lau I of said Triinx six hun
Ired and sixty feiet to a point; thence run
niim southerly, parallel with the
1.iinls of said Tucker mid dis?
tant lliercfroin one hundred feet along
Ihe land of said Trunx, one thousand;
our hundred and lwcnty-llve feel to a
? pint: thence running easterly and par
lllel with low water marl; of the said
James river and along the land of the
said Tinux sixty feet; dlStnnl from the
lands ol said Tucker forty feel to n
point: thence running southerly, dlsthnl
from the Ian I of ,-eil Tucker forty feet,
and parallel therewith along tin land ..f
said Truax, and continuing along the
east en I of ihe old brick kiln three hun?
dred reet, more or le? ??. in a joint at the
low water mark of the suhl J nines river,
on Hie wi iterly side of the Sturgeon
l'oinl wharf, as the same HOW stand;;.
itnl thence westerly along tin- ordinary
low water mark of the said Janus liver
unbracing ihe fid hrbik yard) seven
.tindre.l and twenty feet to the iiolnl of
beginning, embrni lug alno all ihe lands
,'ltblu the said lioun is, estimated at
twenty-live acres, be the same more or
less, and also all the marine, fishery anil
riparian rlghta In fron I <>r tie- land here?
by conveyed on the sab! James river,
together with and Including the entire
lu ll It plant Ihereon, consisting of dry
" nuses. ItollorS, engines, brick mnchiui s.
bnnd-trueks, wheelbarrows, shovels,
ipades, dirt dump carls, iron rail, m ile,
art. wag hi ? and all other personal prop
? rtv of ??very kind nud description on the
ci 1.?1, i s r i I'll x uv.y i s.
FINE LCTS FOR SALE
PRICE FROM $100 To $700 EACH.
I TERMS?One-third ct.sh; balance In 1
I and 2 years, with f, per cent. Interest.
H. L. PAGE & CO..
Sole Agents. No. Hi IIDhk St.,
TITLE 1' IS R F E<"!'. NOR FOLK. VA.
Norfolk Iron Works,
GE-O. VV. DUVAL & CO.,
No. 16 Walor Street, Norfolk, Va,
ENGINES, BOILERS, SAWMILL and
all kinds of machinery of the most lm
: proved pal lern?, Also re|iairlng at the
I shortest notice. Paitleular attention
to steamboat work. DIIVAL'S PATENT
BOILER TUBE FERRULES are the
only pet'fccl remedy for leaky boiler tilbds.
Tacy call bo Inserted In n few mlnuteo by
I any engineer, and arc warranted lo atoj?