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NORTH STATE TOPICS
Governor Appoints Delegales to South and
West Commercial Congress.
WHY BUTLER OPPOSES JUDGE EWART
New ihm riet Attorney iimn Momio
Knotty (luctttluiifi to i itekle - Flbnr
iiiii liicornbrntctl?i?onxnr Will
? tun lor < ongrCMi-l'iiMlltiNl Minn-,
(toil IHHCt1*MIMl Iii It ftcptllllicilll.
Raleigh; C., Feb. 2.?CSpeclal.)
Governor Russell appoints the follow?
ing delegates tu tin- South and West
Commercial Congress, at Tampa, Feb
luary S-10: 15. C. Potter, of Raleigh; F.
?I. Davis, of Farmvllle; J olui W. Frle?,
of Silent; Lawrence S. Mull, of Burling?
ton; W. II. Williamson, of Raleigh. The
objecj of the Congress !a 'to bring the
South an.I West closer commercially,
?to encourage grain shipments and Inter?
change pf manufactures and merchan?
dise ami ether pioduot's.
The adjutant-general's olllce ha? re?
ceived the resignation of Captain Ivey
Foreman, commanding Company ?,
Firs; Regiment, State Guard, at Wash?
The 0.1k Mill rollei- (louring mill at
Greenrhoro Id chartered; oapLal $10.0 t).
It l<s said that Augustus s. Leasar,
ex-superintendent of the penitentiary,
is to be the Democratic nominee Cor
Congress from the Seventh district.
Ensign Worth Bagley, of the torpedo
boat Wlhslow, is Mere on a visit to Ida
About 17.600 nf Improvements are to
be made within the next three months
in the government building. New car
pe.te have arrived.
It is stated that Senator Butler's op?
position to Kwart for Judge r?f the
United States District Court is because
be wants Judge Douglass to have it.
Senator Sutler, like Govern ir Russell;
Is greatly pleased at Judge Douglass'
decision against the old railway com*
mi.isioii'Douglass haa certainly
w.'i.ked hard ;o get the jlldgoshlp.
The now railway cohtmlsuloners de?
clare they are greatly pleased at the
ruling of the United Statca Supreme
Court that they are to appear February
SI and phow eau.-v why they should not
be attached for contempt In disregard?
ing the writ of error and breaking Into
the commission Olllce. They say the
delay until the 21s: shows (hat the Su?
preme Court wishes to look Into the
merits of the c.use. Put the general
public thinks It doer not a hl UM the new
commissioners nearly so much as they
it is said that but for his changes of
politics T. M. AI go would certainly
have been appointed United States Dis?
The new district attorney, Claude
Bernard, will And some pretty knotty
cases on the docket at the adjourned
term of the Federal Court here next
week. There are five criminal cases and
several on the civil ami llbsl dockets.
It was stated aome days ago in some
of the papers thit ?tlib Wilson had not
given bond in the matter of the writ of
error to Die United Stales Supreme
Court in the matter of title to the olllce
of railway commissioner. The fact is.
Olho Wilson, as well as J. \V. Wilson,
gave bond. Julian S. fair !? on Otho's
Some of the disappointed Republic in
Office swekera who are .-o angry at no;
getting revenue places say they wish
General Weyler we.,, her?, to issue one
of bis cast-Iron orders, dismissing all
the Democrat. Thea; pic-hunters ask
ceaselessly, "Why don't the Democrat-'
resign?" United States'Marshal Mock?
ery asked why tin- Mem ic:atlc deputy
collector." did not resign. II" was a-ked
if he expected the many Republicans
who are in tin- pdstoflico lu re to resign
when a new postmaster comes in. lie
said: "1 can't answer that I; is another
question." And so i; is.
A well known Republican, not partial
to Governor Russell, and who abom?
inates Senator Prltchard, makes some
strange predictions. Mo .-ays: "1 make
the point that Pritchard can't hold the
party again.-t Russell, in lint in any
State where there la a St ite adminis?
tration of ;li,- same politics as the na?
il ca Ith and
vigor of her
own womanly organism
during the period preced?
ing motherhood, is inno?
cently and without reali/
itrr it, as much responsible
for her child's death, us the
mad woman who slays her
babe after its birth. ' Thou?
sands of babes are still-born
every year because women in?
nocently and ignoratltly neglect, during the
expectant period, to take pioper care Of the
delicate and important organs that bear the
burdens of maternity.
There is just one known medicine that
prepares a woman for capable motherhood.
It is Dr. l'icice's Favorite Prescription, It
acts directly and only on the organs con?
cerned in motherhood making theni strong
and healthy. It imparts to them vigor mid
elasticity. It allays inflammation, heals
ulccration, soothes pain and gives rest to
the tortured nerves. It does away with the
discomforts of the expectant period, and
makes the coming of baby easy and almost
painless. It insures the health of haby.
Over 90,000 have testified to its virtues.
All go-id druggists sell it.
" In the fall of isoi,'.' writes Mrs. N. A. Thomas,
of .100 I'til??ki St., I.ittte Kock, Ark., "whileon a
visit lo Texarkana, Ark.. 1 wns taken with a se?
ven- pain in my head ami was hardly able to get
home. I was prostrated for four weeks, llol being
able to sit up. During that linn- tlie doctors
failed to give me any relief whatever. At length
I was induced to try Or. Pierce'* l-'avorlte Pre?
scription. One bottle cured mc entirely. I felt
relieved nflcr the first three dost-, and have
never felt the pain since. I -end tliis testimonial
that others may be benefited by it. Yours with
a tlioiisand-i thanks."
It is as much a woman's duty to look after
the health of the family as to care for the
cleanliness of the home. Dr. Tierce's Com?
mon Sense Medical Adviser enables her to
do this. It contains t.ooS pages and 300 il?
lustrations, and is written in language that
any one may understand. Over a million
women own copies. A new edition is just
out and for a limited time copies will be
given FRUB to those who write for them.
If you want n paper - covered copy, send
twenty-one one-cent stamps, to cover the
co-it of mailing only, to the World's His
pX'nsary Medical Association, No. 66t Main
Street, buffalo, N. V. Or for cloth binding,
?cud ten cents exfi'a, .31 cents in all.
tlonal administration and there Is dis?
cord between the governor and the Sen?
ator, the Governor will hold the State
Legislature against the Federal ap?
pointees. This 1? nearly always the
ease, 'Butler will have strength In the
fact that lie will dominate Itussell. Re
putrllcans will be anxious to fuse with
the Populist?. Butler will control the
machine of his own party and drive the
Prltchard Populists into the Bepubllcan
party. The anti-McKinley Republicans
In and out of Federal offices will secretly
undermine Prltchatd while they cry for
"harmony. The game Is being played
now. Then, again, think of men like
Cobb. of Elizabeth City; Cook, of War?
ren; Bailey; of Davle; Prower, of Surry;
i.Marchall .Molt. Rollins, or Buncombe,
and many more like them, who have
been turned down by Prltchard. They
will all have knives out for the fray
this spring and summer."
Halifax, N. C, Fob. 2.?(Special)?
Halifax did itself proud Monday night.
A most delightful gernnah was given
by tlie young men at the Southern
Hotel. The girls were lovely, the men
handsome and gallant, the music de?
lightful. The german was led by Mr.
T. C. Harrison the first part of the
evening and later by Mr. W. E. Fon
ner, both being experts. The follow?
ing Is a list of the couples: Miss
Estelle Edwards, of Weldon, and Mr.
J. West Chapman, of Weldon; Miss
Frances Lander, of Oxford, and Mr.
W. B. Harrison, of Weldon; Miss
Ursula Daniel and Mr. Owen, Miss
Helen Daniel and Mr. Ferrall Mc
Mahon. Miss Julia Gregory and Mr.
.lames Ouwby, Miss Kittle McN'amara
and Dr. Shields, of Scotland Neck;
Miss Louise Hill and Mr. James Gil
Mum. Miss Lizzie Hill and Mr. Everett
Sater. Miss Mollle Elveray und Mr.
Stuart Hill, Miss Nettie Gllllam and
Mr. MoFerguson. Stags?I.Messrs. W.
E. Fenner. J. Norwood Hill. T. C.
Harrison, Edward Gllllam, It. P. Bad
hnm, of Edenton. Chaperonos? Mcs
d-aihea Hill, Gllllam, Gregory and Cal
Miss Kittle M'CNnmnra returned
yesterday from a visit of several days
to Miss Kstcllo Ed wards, of Weldon,
and Mrs. Paul Garrett, of Chockoyotte.
iMr. and Mrs. William Eong, oi
Washington, I>. C. tire guests of Mrs.
T. X. Hill.
Mss Kstcllo Edwards and Miss
Frances Lander tire visiting Miss Kit?
EI,iaSAilKTII < ITT.
Elizabeth City, N. C, Feb. 2.?(Spe?
cial)?At half past 1 o'clock this mVn
ing Fowler's cotton factory wns dis?
covered to be on lire, and before the
arrival of the fire company the flames
had made such progress that the build?
ing was totally destroyed. The loss is
large and not fully covered l?y the $12,
OOD insurance. One of the worst fea?
tures of the oatnslrophe is the throw?
ing out of employment of the fifty
employes of the Institution. It Is un?
derstood that the plnnt will soon be
The Gnston Literary Society will
give a public debate tat the Atlantic
Collegiate Institute on Friday night,
the subject to bo discussed being, "Re?
solved, That the civil service system
Mr. Charles Sodwick. wife and
child, of Norfolk, are visiting Mr.
Sedwick's parents on West Fearing
Mr. and Mrs. II. D. Kipp, of Michi?
gan, are visiting Mr. A. R. Kramer, on
There was a very enjoyable mras
I Ojuerade party at the residence of Mrs
Morgan, on Factory avenue, inst night.
: It was for the benefit of the Baptist
Edenton, N. C. Feb. 2.?(Special)?
: Miss Jennie Pendleton left on the noon
1 train yesterday for Norfolk to spend
a fi'W davs with relatives.
W. M. Penill. Esq., ox-District At?
torney of Arizona, la in our little city
to-duj on business.
Mr. Seear, of New York, was the
guest of Mr. Edward Wood yesterday.
Mr. J. A. II. Tankard and bride, of
Yeatesvllle, passed through Edenton
Plymouth, N. C. Feb. 2.?(Special)?
Yeeterday morning at 0 o'clock the
angel of bath entered the home of
Mr. and Mrs. T. II. Davis and took
from tin in their only daughter, ? Utile
Bertha, aged 11 years. She bad only
been sick about two weeks. The fune?
ral will take place Ibis afternoon.
Miss Charlotte D. Wood left this
nooning for Eden ton to visit relatives.
(Concluded from Seventh Page.)
Str. Comet, general merchandise, from
Norfolk to North Carolina.
Str. Major, light, from Norfolk to
]?()BT OF NdvYVPOKT N'BW-S.
Barge Fawn, Providence.
Barge M. U Phillips. New Bedford.
Simp. Marion. Gibraltar.
Stmp, Strnlhdel, Progresso.
Simp. Catania. London.
Stmp. Istria, New Orleans.
Stmp. (stria, Trieste.
Stmp. Strathdol, Boston.
Stmp. LlnchUden, Manchester.
Stmp. Belgian King. Havre.
Sehr. Alice Holbrook, Gloucester.
Barge Caravan. Salem.
Stmp. Thomas Anderson, Rotterdam.
Hamburg. .Ian. 31.?Arrived: Fit/,
Bremen, Jan. 31.?Arrved: Iluwk
hurst, Wilmington, N. C.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
Norfolk T nt No. 6, K. O. T. Macca?
bees bas elected ehe following oilleers:
John F. Small, past d*<mm&rider; James
L. Belote. commander; H. R. Wharton.
I'ieutena.nt coawmander; E. W. Held,
record keeper; Rev. A. S. Lloyd, chap
fcalh; H. K. Bell, sergeant; F. H. White,
ma i r ait arnis; s. a. Bpperly, flrjij
master of the guard; M. J. Miller, soe
bhd master of the guard; J. L. White
huryst, sentinel; E. c. Cheshire, picket;
Leo Judi&oh,' trustee, three years; D. E.
Imyy, tnisfec, itwo years; H. J. Wil?
liam?.a, '..ruf.ro, one year; Dr. L. La.nk
ford, physician. '
You May Have a Sample Bottle of the Great Discovery.
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, Sent Free by Mail.
Men and women doctor their trou?
bles so often without benefit, that they
get discouraged and skeptical. In most
such cases serious mistakes are made
Iii doctoring and in not knowing what
our trouble is or what makes us sick.
The unmistakable evidences of kidney
trouble are pain or dull ache in the
back, too frequent desire to pass water,
scanty supply, smarting irritation. As
kidney disease advances the face looks
sallow or pale, puffs or dark circles
under the eyes, the feet swell and (some?
times the heart acts badly. Should
further evidence be needed to Mud out
the cause of sickness, then set urine
aside for twenty-four hours; if .there
Is a sediment or settling lb is also con?
vincing proof that our kidneys and
bladder need doctoring. A fact often
overlooker"., Is that women suffer its
much from kidney and bladder trou?
ble as men do.
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root Is the dis?
covery of the eminent physician and
scientist and is not recommended for
everything, but will be found just what
Is needed In cases of kidney and blad-'
der disorders or troubles due to weak
kidneys, such as catarrh of the blad?
der, gravel, rheumatism and Bright's
Disease, which Is the worst form of
kidney trouble. It corrects inability
to hold urine and smarting in passing
It, and promptly overcomes -that un?
pleasant necessity of being compelled
to get up many times during the night.
: The mild and extraordinary effect of ]
this great remedy is soon realized. It
'stands the highest for its wonderful
cures. .Sold by druggists, price fifty
cents and one dollar. So universally
successful is Swamp-Root Iii quickly
curing even the most distressing cases,
that to Prove Its wonderful merit you
j may have a sample bottle and a book
! of valuable information, both sent ab
? solutely free by mall, upon receipt of
j three two-cent stamps to cover cost of |
I postage on the bottle. Mention The
I Dally Virginian and send your ad?
dress to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Ulngham
ton. N. Y. This generous offer appear- j
ing in this paper is a guarantee of |
that we are 11
Clos'iij; out all of This Season's
n Coats and Capes f
AT LESS THAN COST.
Owing to the fact that we
are in need of every availa?
ble space for our Spring
VV and Summer Goods, which
g we are receiving daily.
Our line of Umbrellas is 0
really worth inspecting-, al- g
though you are not in need
g of one at present. Prices T
from 48c. up to $25 each, y
? BENJ. LOWENBERG,
34 Granby Street,
WHSH1NBT0N 0HEW1CHL GO.
Y WASHINGTON CITY.
Free Treatment for Out-of J
Town Patients. i
r ASF-S of Chronic Stomach
^ Trouble, Paralysis, Epilep
sy, Locomolor Ataxia and oth?
er Nerve Affection; Asthma,
Heart Disease, and Functional
Troubles of buth sexes treated
Methods of treatment are in
f accordance with the principles of
modern medicine by means of
T11 I A M IIA I. I: X T It A <VI'N.
( KHKltltiM, Prom Hi.' Brnln,
For iiisrnsis.il i lie K er von? Nyi??
.11 K.Ill'I. LINK, I'roiil Ihr Kiilintl
Cord, I'or l.|,i I i'|is>, l.otniiir
A i ii * in, olc.
tUKDINKi For DiseHHON i.r flic
l l;s I'I>'|-. i'or I'remiiliire
!>'?< n v in .lien.
OVASU.M , Fur l?isi'a.,i ?, or
W ?Uli tilt.
I 11 Y KOI ?>! \ I , lor <i hrs II.v
null hi iHseiisrs.
Ml'M I I.1NF, l or fioul mill
Fi Ii. M in 11 I !? mi.
Send ror FREE HOOK containing
Symptom lUanlt und sworn State?
monts from patients who have been
W?ak, nervous men who have
tried nil the QUACK remedies, may
turn with confidence to this insiitu
Each ease considered separately
y by a competent physician, and full
]< advice given, FREE OK CHARGE.
( Washington Chemical Co., \
>, 812 lu-oirili Sinei, X. W? 4
^ Washington, D. C. j
LFor sale by Walke ft Williams, 10S II
Water Street. \
[What is Wloro Attractive
Than a pretty face .with a fresh, bright
complexion? For it, uso Pozzont'H Powder
SPlants now ready for delivery.
The hurry for this section. Ber?
ry mowers, you cannot afford to
lie w'.thout tt. The finest early
strawberry plant ever offered in
this section. In It you will llnd
n money maker.
Famous Brandy wine_
Tested In Norfolk section three
three years. Try It and you will
like It. Per thousand plants,
J'-.W: lower In quantity. Send
for circular. Agent for Western
Branch District, J. C.. BID
GOOD Churehlund, Va. Address
G. 8. REU) .Vi Co., Strawberry
Bneclnlisls, tili i'lunch stivet, for
plants un Norfolk side.
I In slightly used Pianos and
Organs to make room for new
1 I'case.Upright, ebony case, full scale.
1 Knabe Square, In good order, $!"">.
1 Monroe Upright, as good as new, J^25.
1 Story & Clark Organ, fancy case, (11
1 Story &. Clark Organ, nearly new, $G5.
1 Mason ,fc Kamlin Organ, fCn.
1 Wllcox & White Organ, a beauty, $.10.
I 'Chautauqua Organ', six octavos, ?!0.
CALL AND BEE THEM ?ND MAKE
YOUR OWN TERMS. WE MUST
HAVE THE ROOM.
Chas, Bfi. Stieff,
?0 MAIN ST.. NORFOLK. VA.
Henrv MacLaclilan, Manager.
Norfolk Iron Works,
QEO. W, DUVAL & CO.,
No. 16 Water Street. Norfolk, V?,
ENGINES. KUILEU?, SAWUlLL uii?
all kinds of machiuery ot the most im
proved puitcms. Also repairing at tho
. shortest notice. Particular attention to
kteamboat work. DUVAL'8 PATENT
UOILER TUBE FERRULES are the
uuly perfect remedy for leaky holler lubes.
Tnev can be Inserted In a few minutes by
I an;- engineer, und aro warranted to stop
IN THE M> IIKF.T FOR LIMB,
PORTLAND OH AM Kill CAN
CEMENT, PLASTER, HAIR,
CHIMNEY PIPE, FIRM BRICK,
LATH OR SHINGLES. BE3 U3
BEFORE YOU BUY. WE ARE
SOLE AGENTS FOR ACME
CEMENT PLASTER. NEW NO.
HO WATER STREET. /
?Established In 1R8:.
Operates tho Edison System, furnishing
direct electric cut i cut for Incandescent
.amps, motors for manufacturing, electric
tuns and other purposes. Current 112 and
'2111 volts. Brush und Amerlcun System for
General offices No. 271 Main street, at
Savings Bank of Norfolk; station nnd su?
perintendent's office, bl Covo street.
AUCTION NALKS Tills DAT.
By the Morris Auction House, 61 and C3
Now Market Place.
OF BTOCK OF
Slightly 'damaged by fire, at our auction
house THIS (Thursday) MORNING, at
10 o'clock. This stock Is only slightly
damaged, and will bo sold without limit
Also a large stock of Clothing Gents'
1< urnlshings Goods, Show Cases, -to., sold
in lots to suit the trade.
fe3-lt R. R. MORRIS. Manager.
AUCTION NAI.EN?FUTURE ?AT.
By Joseph Jones. Real Eatato and Gen?
eral Auctioneer, No. 49 Bunk Street.
SALOON FIXTURES AT AUCTION.?
HIGH CONSTABLE'S SALE- I will
sell on the premises, No. 201 Church street,
ON' FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 4TH,
at 10:30 to'clock, the following articles: 1
Bar Counter and Cabinet behind bar. 1
Cush Register. 3 Electric Funs 1 Iron
Safie, 1 Bar Counter and Fixtures, 1 Ice
Box 1 Clock. 1 Show Case. 55 Bottles
Liquor, 1 Mirror, 1 Lounge. 2 Tables. 1
Wardrobe, Chairs, Curpet and Rugs. Oil
Cloth, Bedsteads, Bureaus,. Wushstnnds,
Stoves, Toilet Set and lot other articles
too numerous to mention.
D. .1. TURNER.
Solutions, Toning So?
lutions, etc., at Manu
Patent Medicines at Cost
Pttlne's Celery Compound . 73c
Greene's Ncrvura . 73c
Hood's Sarsaparllla . 07c
Aycr's Sarsaparllla . C5c
DeWolf*s Sarsaparllla . 50c
Wnmpolo's Cod Liver OH . 70c
Scolt's Cod Liver Oil . 70c
DeWolPs Cod Liver Oil . 50e
Poole's Cod Liver Oll . 25e
Norwegian Cod Liver OH . 50c
Squlbb's Cod Liver Oil . 60c
Fellow's Syrup . 00c
Tonic Hypbopbospbitc . 75c
Syrup Hyphophosphlte . &0c
All others at these low prices:
Rapid Spray Atomizers . 35c
2 Quart Hot Water Bags . 75c
Quart Fountain Syringes . COc
296 MAIN STREET
Goods delivered free Ports?
mouth, Berkley, Brambleton
and Atlantic City._
The Cost of Goal
Should be considered only In conjunction
with quality. There are cheaper kinds of
Coal than ours. There are none better,
but many worse at the same price as
Steam Coal, Grate Coal,
Toms Creek and Cannel, An?
thracite Coal, ail sizes;
Furnace, Foundry and Domes?
Toms Creek Coal and Coke Company.
fRIGG & WILMER, Agents,
SC G BAN BY STUFET.
I'hones-317 (new); 232 (oldj
Phones?SIS (new); 318 (old).
? SO CONVENIENT THAT
A CHILD CAN OPERATE IT. ?
B gallons of Cnm
? Verla nd Lit Ida Wa?
ter, pure, clear,
sparkling. Wo sup?
ply bete patent llll
>/ Ing demijohns wlth
[( otil charge to our
>> patrons. Wo con
K elder your eonven
ff lence as well as your. A
pocket. Please nsk Ji
V us for the price on 5 ^
l\ gollon lots.
Virginia Liitiia water Co., i
21 BANK STREET.
NRW PlIONIv ?7:?.
For Over Fifty Years
has been used for cl.tldron white teeth
,lng. It soothes tho child, softens the
gums, allays all pain, eures wind colic.
regulates tho stomach and bowels, anil
Is the boat remedy for diarrhoea. Twenty
I :'.vo conts n bottle. Sold by all druggist*
throughout tho world.
AUCTION RAMTI-FUYDIte VAT.
SPECIAL COMMISSIONERS; SAL)
OP THE NORFOLK AND OCEA1
VIEW RAILROAD, ITS PROPERT
AND FRANCHISES, INCLUDING THJ
OCEAN VIEW HOTEL PROPERTY.-.
Pursuant to the decree of the Clrcul
Court of the United Stutes for the Easfl
em district of Virginia', entered on th
I9th day of November, 1SD7, In the suit l]
equity therein ending, wherein the WaJ
ker Manufacturing Company Is plaintifj
and the Norfolk and Ocean View Rallroa
Company and others aro defendants, dc
fault having been made in tile paymen
of the sum directed to be paid, by th]
said decree within tho time Hierein pre
scribed, we shall sell at public auction, i
front of the Custom House, In the city cj
Norfolk, Va., on
WEDNESDAY, THE 23D DAY OF
MARCH, 1S9S, AT 12 O'CLOCK M.,
the following property, to-wlt:
All tho property und franchises whlc
were conveyed by tho deed of trust datol
the 1st day of May, 1S1?J, executed by th
Norfolk and Ocean View Railroad an
Hotel Company, now the Norfolk an
Ocean View Railroad Company, to th;
Norfolk Rank for Savings and Trust
trustee, therein described as follows, thu|
is to say:
"All and singular the several railroad
railways, roads and roadbeds of the sal
Railroad Coibpany, consisting of one coi
tlnuous and connecting route or.line c
railroad, beginning at Church street an
Henry street, in the city or Norfolk, Va
and extending through tho city and couii
ty of Norfolk to Ocean View, Va., con
sisllng of about eight and one-third mllr
of single track railroad, together with a
branches, extensions, turnouts, switches
sidings and other appurtenances of th
said line of railroad, with the tolls, ln|
comes, rents, Issues and profits tbereo
and all the real estate, depots, station
power houses engines, boilers, dynamo:
generators machinery, tools, electric md
tors, trucks, cars, rolling stock, turn tn]
bles, implements, rights of way, fixture
leases, leasehold interests and equipment!
and all other personal property thereto bif
longing, and all property, real, persont
and mixed, and also till property of ever
kind and description which may be here
after acquired by the said Railroad Con
puny and all public and corporate right
powers and franchises belonging or ai
pertaining to the said Railroad Compan
now owned or hereafter acquired; anl
also all the reversion and reversions*, rq
malnder and remainders, and all the c:
tale, right, title, interest, property, po
session, claim and demand -whatsoever
as well at law as in equity of the sal,
Railroad Company now owned or hen:
after acquired in and to the said rallroac
property, franchises, rights, powers an]
privileges and to every part and parci)
And also the hotel nnd other building
With the furniture, fixtures and person:
properly therein contained, electric llgl
plant, pavilions, bath houses and all oil
er structures of every nature and chai
acter acquired or to be acquired:
And all and singular the streets, wayi
passages, waters, water courses, oasij
meats, rights, liberties, privileges, land
tenements hereditaments and appurt?
nances whatsoever thereto belonging t]
In any ways appertaining ami the revet
slons and remainders, rents, issues an]
profits thereof, and all the estate, tight
title, interest, property, claim and de man)
whatsoever of the said Railroad Compan}
of, in and lo the same, and every pat*
Tho said property and franchises wi
be sold as a whole, but subject to an
with the bentlt and all executory and sul
Bistlhg contracts made by the receiver i
said suit under the authority of the sal
court, of which a full and accurate slat1
ment will be announced publicly by tl
undersigned ut the lime of sale, and suij
Joel also to any legal liabilities that ma
hereafter lie established against tl
said receiver growing out of acts doit
by him In his capacity of receiver, or oif
of any suits or proceedings which may li
pending against him at the time of sal
sale, or may be instituted against him ij
any time thereafter, and such llabllitl
If any, will remain Hens upon the pre
Ises until discharged, and likewise wl
tho benefit of and subject lo all suits
proceedings which may have been or m
bo Instituted by the said receiver.
The said property, rights and franehis
will he sold to the highest and best bi
der, but before any adjucatjon is mm
lo him, lie must pay in cash the sum
Twenty-live Thousand Dollars, nnd if tl
sale Is conlirmcd by tho court the bulan
of the purchase money must be paid wit
In ninety days, unless further extend
upon security given or other terms a
prescribed by order of the court, but tl!
purchaser shall have tho right lo antic
pate the day of payment.
After the payment by the pnrcbnscr <
such sum in cash as may bo sufficient i
pay the costs, charges and expenses i
the trust created by the said deed to Tl
Norfolk Hank for Savings and Trusts, .
trustee. Including the sum of $1100, with Ii
Iciest from May I, 1S05, and also lucludil
its reasonable compensation us trustij
under the said deed of trust together wltj
any amount paid or to be paid or Incurred
or allowed as fees, compensation or reiin
biirsenient of expenses to counsel, and US
indebtedness of the receiver by certli
cates or otherwise, and the liens and li|
debtcdncsa In the said decree declared
bo prior to the mortgage bonds, and fi|
the payment of the pro rata dividend o*
of the net proceeds of sale for dl.slributic|
that may be due to these bf-nellclarl
under the said trust deed, whose boncl
and coupons may not be used in puymci>j
of the purchase money, the undersign
are authorised to receive from the pu
chaser or purchasers in part payment,
tile purchase money, any of the bonds
unpaid coupons, willi Interest thereon,
or towards tho payment of which tl
said net proceeds of such. sale shall I
legally applicable, the amount at whlc
such bonds or coupons are to bo rocclvi
In part payment of such purchase mom
to be determined and fixed at a su
which shall, upon a proper distrlbutic
and accounting for such proceeds, be n\
more than the share or proportion pay:
hie out of such net proceeds to such pu
chaser or purchasers as Hie holder <
holders of such bonds and coupons, at
the bonds and coupons so applied In sati
faction of the purchase money shall I
treated as a payment thereof to tho e
tent of such application.
And the receiver's certificates nnd tl
Mens a ml Indebtedness declared by tl
said decree to be prior to the mortgaij
bonds, or any of them may be used
cash in the payment of any part of tl
piirchnsa money to the extent that sue
certificates and the liens and Indcbtcdne
therein declared to be prior to the mor
gage bonds respectively so used, and tl
interest due thereon would be entitled
share In the distribution of the cash
required, except as to Hie sum of mom
required to bo paid on the day of sale
In case of the failure of any bidder
comply with the terms of sale, that arc
compiled with on the day of sale or b
fore a final adjudication to such bldtlc
tho undersigned are authorized by II
said decree to reject the bid, and proc
at once then and there to make a resal
or then and there lo announce that c
some other day, then to be dosignui
and between certain hours to be then do
(glinted, they will, at the same pint
make a sale of the premises under sa
decree without further advertlsemen
and the undersigned arc also authoiizi
to ndjourn the said sale from time
llmei in their discretion, until a sale slu
have been made In accordance with t)
provisions of the said decree,
Th? Receiver will remain in posscssh
of the said premises ami continue to o
ernte tho said railroad and manage t)
Other property subject to the orders of tl
said court, after the said sale, and tin
the conveyance thereof to the purchase
He will keep correct account of the ear
ings and Incomes of the premises, i
well as of the outlay and expenditures a
cruing after tho day of sale, and urn
confirmation of the said sale, the piircha
er will be entitled to receive and "slu
take the said property subjee t to til
gains or losses thai may have accrued
been incurred subsequent to the day
This Is a valuable property, and the 11
ten lion of capitalists is Called to
Every facility for its examination will
For further Information apply to t!
WM. W. OLD,
CALDWELL 11A It DY.
deSSlfnwrSm Special Comm|ssloncrsji
iFor be?icacy, j
for purity, and for improvement of t!-e com!
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