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The Tobacco Crop Will Be About Doubled
in Eastern Counties.
TEMPORARY COMMISSIONS ISSUED
To tho PI old Force iff Mipiii.v ?Collce?
torn ?licptililicmis Will Xui Fuse
? Uli Popnllals lor Congressmen?
IHspnlc over im <>iii llitlllvllng?
ituiii'ouiiH Piling Exceptions^
R'alegh, N. C. March 2.?(Special.)-;
Reports ?Vilich come In here show that
ttiere will be a very decided .nereas-j
In the tobacco acreage in middle -Vorth
Carolina. Fertilizer Inspectors who
came in to-day from tin- eastern coun?
ties say they new : saw much fertilizer,
and that the sales will he double those
hist season, and that ilia acreage in
tobacco will be double 1. They ray that
in the middle section tue C-Mili'/.or rales
will be IC??3 than they were last year.
The State has Icra i<$ed its supply or
ball cartridges to I00,0it0. News conns
In from all sides >f rapid recruiting
To-day Revenue Collector Duncan re?
turned from Washington, whew lie
went to see the commissioner of In?
ternal revenue. He ;t once issued tem?
porary commlnslons to all the Held force
of deputy collectors, tor 20 days from
Qildrch 3. The first commissions were
for "0 days from January 4,
?. L. "Woid. of Bertie, was In the
office of the1 collector '.Iiis morning.
I vailing civii service literature. lie
raid: "Vou can say that If the De:no
cra.tic party adheres sincerely to its
anti-civil .service policy it will swamp
Mr. Chnpin, a member of the legisla?
ture from Chathini, was also In the
collector's plllc?. lie declares that the
people of his section are cursing civil
service. By this lie means Republicans
ami PopulU'ts who can't net otllce--'.
Republicans eay ih.it there will be no
fusion on Congressmen; thai the Re?
publicans will elect their ihre- as they
did two years ago, end will also again
help the Populists elect live. They say
?they prefer Populists to Democrats la
Cong re .-v. They add that there will he
absolute fusion of Populists and Re?
publicans on legislative and county
tickets. . . .
It is learned that the Dukes of Dur?
ham will build a large cotton mill in
the suburbs of Burlington.
There is some (lls'p.ut'o "s to the Hag
sent here from New Hampshire. ISm
broltleivid on It are these words:
"Fourth 'Regiment, North Carolina
Volunteers.'' in the reorganization thl<s
became the Fourteenth regiment. The
SUrvlvOrS do not like the bad taste
shown in placing '.lie Hag on view in a
The railway from this city to the
Cape Fear River will have its termi?
nus nt the river, this side of Littleton,
?where there is a free ferry.
It appears that the Populists who so
hate Senator Butler are slow in mov?
ing against him.
It is alleged that Boh Newton. I he
man who blew up n house at Queens
boro with dynamite, has be.n arrested
at Roanoke, Va.
The railways are tiling very strong
exceptions to die order of the railway
commission reducing fares. H is said
that at the in xt meeting of the com?
mission grer.l pressure will be brought
to bear Im induce it to revoke ilo order.
In. the monthly bull tin of the Agri?
cultural Department the new commis?
sioner, John U. Smith has never writ?
ten a line. He Is'an absolute llg?rc
The publicuilon of (lie analysis of
the fertilisers Is now male directly by
tlie Agricultural Department and not
by the State experiment station.
The Agricultural Department is dis?
tributing free 1,00 pounds of the Vil
lowsam sugar be, i.
Prof. W. F. Massey fears that he has
discovered the San Jose fruit scale at
J-ix-ifongressma n Fred Woodard, of
Wilmington, was married on the full
Instant to .Mrs. li. 13. Ilalleman, of
T'hore are now over one thousand
Northern o.::.l Western visitors to
who wears an ar?
mor of good
almost all the
ordinary ills and
troubles that be?
set hei sex. The
w o in a n w h o
I that the organs
I that constitute
always well and
strong, will be
h a p p y in her
wifehood a n i\
capable in her
The best and
most-used of all
women is Dr.
It acta directly
upon thc delicate feminine organism. It
makes it strong ami healthy. It cures all
weakness and disease. It prepares a woman
for her ff: eat est mission, motherhood. It
does away with the usual discomforts of the
expectant period. It Insures the health of
baby and makes its advent easy and almost
painless. Over oo.iy.i:> women have testified
to its wonderful virtues. More of it is sold
than of all other medicines for this purpose
combined. Women whowa.it to know more
about it should write to its discoverer, Dr.
R. V. Fierce, chief consulting physician to
the Invalids' Hotel and Surgical Institute,
at Buffalo, N. Y.
"The best doctors in Kansas City told me that
Unless I went to the hospital nnd had an opera?
tion performed i cou'?l not live," writes .Viss
Broollic Galloway, Of \l Uder, Johnson Co., KailS.
"I had uleerailpu and weakness.and each month
I would KCt down in bed and suffer severely !<>r
twenty-four hours. I could not keep anything oil
my stointicli for five minutes nt a time. I have
taken four bottles of your j Favorite Proscription'
and am now well. I owe it all to your medicine.
I can cheerful]}' recommend it to nuy suffering
as I did."
Dr. Tierce's Pleasant Pellets arc a safe,
sine, speedy and permanent care for con?
stipation. They never gripe. (hie is a gen?
tle laxative, and two a mild cathartic. All
Southern Pinea and Plnehurst.
Senator Butler says fusion of Popu?
lists and Republicans in 1S36 wus a
The Gazette, te leading negro organ,
has suspended because white Repub?
licans would not support it.
U. S. prisoners tor various States
South nre to be sent to the peniten?
tiary In the future.
The Cape Fear and Northern Rail?
way Company was orgnnlzed at Holly
Springs, this county, to-day, and GL
B. A'lvord was elected president. He
soya the road will be bulU from Ra?
leigh, via Cary and Holly Springs, to
Litlllngton on the Cape Fear river.
Elizabeth City, N. C March 2.?-(Spe?
cial.)?Judge Purnell, of tho United
States Circuit Court, 'threatens to hold
no more sessions of that count In Eliza?
beth City, because ?In riff Wlleox, -of
this county, refused to take Federal
prisoners in our county Jail.
The local division of the Naval Re?
serves left on the steamer Neuse yes?
terday afternoon to avtend the New
borne fair. About thirty men were car?
Mr. J. T. McCabe is 'off on a business
Or. and Mrs. I.. L. Sawyer, of Virginia,
are visiting Mr. J. 'Ij. Sawyer, on West
Miss Retlio Tut tie, of Smlthfleld. Va.
is tho guest of the family of Mr. J.
Hi Hughes, on Pennsylvania avenue,
.1. A. Hooper & Co. are .moving into
the large store on Water street, Just
vacated by R. .7. Mitchell.
The steamer Neuse carried a number
?>f persons ou'tside of the Naval Re?
serves to ottend the Newberne fall
Mr. I'M. Swain Is about to open a gro?
cery store at the stand under Leigh's
barber shop, Just vacated by J. A. Hoop?
er & Co.
A masqucra'de party for it he benefit of
the Baptist church organ fund was held
at the residence Uf Mr. C. W. Twlddy
* !>?..Vi ...\.
?Edenton, N. C, March 2.?(Special.)
The foundation has been laid and the
carpenters are at ivorli on tho hous'
that Mr. C. A. Wmdurd is having erect?
ed on Broad street.
Mr. Flunk White has bought the en?
tire stock of groceries, oto., of 'Mr. J. T.
1 lurch, and will run a meat market in
connection willi the grocery business
at the same stand.
Mr. William Sprulll and son, of Co?
lumbia, have moved lip Edenton and
have rented the store recently occupied
by R. E. Byrd & Co., In which they
will cphtiupt the watch repairing and
Mr. McKay, who for a number of
months has held a position with Mr.
W. J. Leary, Jr., as pharmacist, has,
owing to 111 health, resigned his position
and will leave to-night for his home
at Dunn, N. C.
Plymouth, N. C, March 2.?(Special.)
? Mr. R. f. Gurgames. who .for the past
year has been engaged In the Insurance
business at Hampton, Va., roturnod to
this city, his old home, yesterday after
Mr. O. D. Jobson returned homo yes?
Colonel W. f. Mfnsley, of Baltimore,
Md., arrived In town yesterday after?
Mr. R. A. Kohloss, of Columbia, was
in t >wn yesterday.
Professor C. H. James, of Grindool, Is
In town '.his morning.
?Mr. J. P. Kosslriger, postmaster at
Roper, was In town Monday after?
(I citri oico.
Hertford, N. C, March 2.?(Special.)?
The P. D. s. met last night In their
rooms nt the Academy. The query dc
: \e. d was: "Resolved. That there Is
more pleasure in pursuit than posses?
sion." The negative won.
Inspection drill at the Armory Mon?
day night, March 7th.
The next term of the Superior Court
comes off on (March 2Sth, the fourth
The saw mill of Fleet.wood & Jack?
son, and planing mill of Major & Loomis
have combined as one.
Ur.STI.ICS COTTON STATK.1IKST.
An Increase ?vor February isito
'New Orleans. iMarch 2.?Secretary
Hester's New Orleans cotton exchange
statement issued to-day covers the
monthly movement to Febtuary 28.
Compared with last yar it shows an
Increase for the month In round figures
of 397,000 bales, compared with year be?
fore las I an Increase of 375,000, and
with lS!i", an Increase of 310,000.
Total for February was 882,841
against 183,463 last yea:, fi07,2ir> year be?
fore last, and 572,442 came time in 1895;
The amount of the crop brought into j
bight for the six months from Septem?
ber to February. .Inclusive, Is 1,908,000
over last year. 3,442,000 over year be?
fore last, and 033,000 over LSfi?.
The movement from the lirst of Sep?
tember to February 28 Includes total re?
ceipts at .11 United States delivery
port-.-. 7.440.87S, against (1,012,092 last
year, 4,480,099 year beTore last, and
I 6,828,192 same time In 1S05.
Overland movement by railroads
I across the Mississippi, Ohio and Po?
tomac, rivers, 981,6G2, against 720.100
list year. 661,014 year before last, and
888.900 same time in lS??; Southern mill
takings, exclusive of quantity consum?
ed it! Southern out ports, 669,713, against
039,713 last year, 57^.SO", year before laut
and 531,793 same time In IS!?."?; and in?
terior tlocks In excess of those held
nt the commencement of the season,
128,015, against 239,58.1 last year, 353.646
year before last, and 33K.027 same time
These make Hie total amount of the
cotton crop brought Into sight during
the six months ending February 2S.
9.520,268 bale*, against 7.612,0!i7 last
ye-r. 6.07S.201 year before last, and
8,586,912 same time in 1895.
Northern spinners took'during Feb?
ruary 22.".,.sirt bales; against 16"..773 last
yca.r, and 117,284 year before last, In?
cluding their total for the six months
to 1,802,911. against 1,350,839 las; yea:-,
and 1,316,397 Mjc. year before. This
makes their average weekly takings tor
the season 6i?,727 agalnist ?2,?r.2 lest year
and 50,630 the year before. I
Kidney and Uric Acid Troubles Quickly Cilred.
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 cuses serious mistakes are made
In 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
hack, 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 eomc
times the1 heart acts badly. Should
further evidence bo needed to find out
'.lie cause of sickness, then set urine
aside for twenty-four hours; if there
Is a sediment or settling It Is also con?
vincing proof that our~ kidneys and
bladder need doctoring. A fact often
overlooked. Is that' women suffer as
much from kidney and bladder trou?
ble ne 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 bind
der disorders or troubles due to
urld acid and weak kidneys,
such as catarrh" of the blad?
der, gravel, rheumatism .and Brlght'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 in quickly
curing even the most distressing cases,
that to Prove Its wonderful merit you
may; have a sample bottle and a book
of valuable Information, both sent ab?
solutely free by mall, upon receipt of
three two-cent' stamps to cover cost of
postage on the bottle. Mention The
Daily Virginian and send your ad?
dress to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Bingham
ton, N. Y. This generous offer appear?
ing in this paper is a guarantee of
?with brass hinge* ?.?...., ...... -?--- ?.- -r~5-j
liner's Uraraophone) record and twentv-live needle points. Price complete with one Record
(express charges prepaid) $3.50, weicht 4 lbs. Remit by Bonk.Draft, Express, or l'ost
Oittce money order. Agcnto wanted, l'or terms and particulars address
''?NiTED STATES TALKING HACHINn CO.. (UUPT no ) 57 E. 9th ST.. NRW YORK CITY.
DON'T PAY $100 FOR A
an buy ono which for amusement will
ildren*happy and cause tiio old folks to
>licatcd machines get out of order.
ED STATES TALKING MACHINE
s simple, durablo ; no parts: to break or get
out of order. Any child can operate it.
It is neatly encased in a hard-wood box,
well finished, size 8"4xnJ4x3*4 inches,
earing tubes for two persons, ono (Her
Foreign -exports for the six months
of the sensn have been 5,404,009 bales,
showing an increase over last season
730,038, and over the same period year
before last of 2,113,571.
?Stocks at the seaboard and the 20
loading Southern interior markets on
February 28 were 1,743,138 bales, against
1,272,349 the same date lasi year, and
I.1S5.473 the year before.
Including stocky at ports and Interior
towns left over from the previous sea?
son, and the number of bales of the
current crop brought into sight during
the six months toe supply lias been
9,636,922 bales, ngalnst 7,504,440 last year
ami G.3SS, 213 the year before.
Up to February 28 l ist year 8G.S2 per
cent, of the cotton crop had been mar?
keted and for the same six months in
1896 the percentage of the crop brought
Into sight was 84.112, and for the same
time In lSli? the percentage marketed
POLLY'S VOIOTC SCARBD HUE ROB?
(From the Louisville livening Post.)
The residence of Mr. Harry P.. Pyne,
at 2207 West Madison street, was enter?
ed recently iby a peddler, who, finding
Mrs. Pyne alone, attacked her, and
would probably have injured her ser?
iously had he not mistaken 'the cries
of a parrot in an adjoining room for
those of a man coming ttt the rescue.
He obtained only about $1.50 in money,
although Mrs. 'Pyne's diamonds were
almost within his grasp when he was
At about f> o'clock yeserday after
nein a peddler stopped in front ot "the
house and walked in with his hands
full of vegetables. As he entered Mrs.
Pyne had just locked up n set of valu?
able diamonds, worth about 5500. Tho
man saw the Jewels disappear, and
glancing around the house to see If any
one was in sight, demanded the keys of
the cabinet. On her refusal he ad?
vanced Upon her. and she snatched up
the poker and struck him over the head
momentarily staggering him lie dodg?
ed In tinder the poker and strack her
squarely in the face with his fist, knock?
ing lier down. At this moment, when he
was about to wrench tin- keys to the
cabinet from In r hand, the parrot In the
next r'"-.m began to tail out, "I am
The burglar lit ?came panic str!ck*:n
vi.mll ran from the house .evidently
mistaking the parrot for a man. There
was no one In the house at the time
except Mrs. Pyne.
Pie Crust Flavor.
P . Will
larmtored nuiokeit t,. mi iojI?
with tin- highly conceutri
! ??) "??? prep?r?tion?
I f ? LIQUID PEP i
i Reqnlniapo fuitlier dlgMtlon- ii*.
. k Intii th? HreaUtlnn-ttlT?? nataradTl'l ...
?? m,-.l,.,ti !y. ( ent.itDSiioilrti??ur oiaKVl09
<; Hay It from your ilmeciat,
t( s i hi i:\xin A jim i n (,,..| ,? Mn|si<|i|Ua?|rAtat. _
Frequent headache, nostrils stuffy or dry
and scabby, nlaya hawking and spilling,
frequent colds, buzzing In ihc cars, dull
aching pains In hack and limbs, attacks of
dizziness or, faintness, tongue coated,
white or yellow, slimy or bitler taste in
month, especially In the morning on aris?
ing, frequent attacks of the '?blues," no en?
ergy to do anything and always tired,
sleep restless and dreamy or else very
deep, but get up tired, much belching In
some cases, and palpitation of the heart,
and bowels rumbling and swollen with
gases, attacks of heartburn and bloating
after eating, appetite for breakfast pool1,
some have good appetite but food disa?
grees or k:\vs no strength, many softer
from nausea or loose their appetite when
they go to the table. Buch ;.re the prom?
inent symptoms of DRY CATARRH, com?
plicated with CATARRH OP STOMACH
HAS OFFICES 1 AND 2, NO. 314 MAIN
STREET, Opposite Commercial Place.
SPECIALTIES:?CATARRH, and ALL
DISEASES OF EYE, EAR, NOSE AND
Consultation Always Free !
Medicines Furnished !
<< Terms Very Moderate!
! 91 id. io 13:88; 2 io ? p. in.
B? ? ? @ ? ?
New and Handsome
Jaunty Spring Suits and
? ? Dresses ? ?
For Ladies, Misses and Children,
34 Grar.by Street, Columbia Building.
The Little Store Around the Corner.
[ Eat vegetable
1 rives all poison fro^KtVtkWBSSMBtwd
t gets into the minutest. ,_
eradicates every vestige of
he blood. It is the onlyKcaluo
Remedy ever discovered. It
>nly cures Contagious Blood Poist ~
<ut is the only remedy that can re;
?(lM'tlVS mo?t tm
,,,,.? , s,jouu!?l ?V,ng nt tho
?lOodJ-iA.'t V,, ?10 i '?"??H attention to
1 ?u.^rf'-tl11"'. '.',,,.,pu -d/.'S PATENT
?HJOX *',N 1 . JL138 nro tho
?rig?Al?*r leaky hotter tubes.
? ?1 a few tnlnutpu by
j/?io?1AVo warranted to stop
?cd ?j^KSS ca'slTc.
Goods"' K^rV,^- ??rto?Ho?
?iOOUb. Mead Eberhard, Norfolk Va 1
o.eco Granite: Merchants- &^ Farmers'
Peanut Co., Norfolk, Va.. 1 Sack Poamrts
also a lot of over and unclainied fVeteht '
fcl-th-jt_ General Agent.
Something of Paramount
Importance to People
Who Vtfear Them.
"The wearer of a truss Is always look?
ing for something better, and It Is there?
fore, an easy matter to command atten?
tion when the American Silver Truss Is
brought to tho notice of a v. prospective
buyer It Is light and simple, made of
ono continuous piece of metal, without
nuts, screws or rivets, and can be formed
bv the hand to the exact shape of the
body, and when placed In position does
WE HAVE SPECIAL APARTMENTS
FOR FITTING TRUSSES.
GIVE SPECIAL ATTENTION TO COR?
Patent Medicines at Cost
296 MAIN STREET.
Goods delivered free Ports?
mouth, Berkley, etc.
\ SO CONVENIENT THAT
I A CHILD CAN OPERATE I
6 gallons of Cum?
berland I.lthla Wa?
ter, pure, clear,
sparkling. Wo sup?
ply here patent tilt?
ing demijohns with?
out charge to our
patrons. Wo con?
sider your conven?
ience OS well as your
pocket. l'lonse ask
us for tho price on 3
Virginia Li?iia water Co.,
21 RANK STREET.
NEW I* II OX I* ??:t.
a, HatfoiK and PorisptR
* Directory. 1888....
Tho work on this Directory Is ruder
way and will be pushed speedily and suc?
cessfully to completion, and hook issued
in good time by home people.
Do not be deceived by any statements
made to the contrary. I have Issued tho
Directory during the past 2". years and
built it up to what it is. and propose to
continue its publication.
Ja27-tf J. It. ClIATAIONE.
IN THE M/ RKET FOR LTME.
PORTLAND OR AMERICAN
CEMENT. PLASTER. HAIR.
CHIMNEY PIPE, FIRE BRICK.
LATH OR SHINGLES. SEE US
BEFORE YOU BUY. WE ARB
SOLE AGENTS FOR ACME
CEMENT PLASTER. NEW NO.
140 WATER STREET.
Beware of Imitations
JOIHI DUNCAN'6 CONS, AGttlT?, UVU YOB*.
AUCTION NAl.KH-KDTl'RK DAY.
CPECIAL COMMISSIONERS' SALTS
O OP THE NORFOLK AND OCEAN
VIEW RAILROAD, 1T8 PROPERTY
AND FRANCHISES, INCLUDING THE
OCEAN VIEW HOTEL PROPERTY.
Pursuant to the'decroo of tho Circuit)
Court of the United States for tho East?
ern district of Virglnln, entered on tho
19th day of-November, 1897, In the suit In
equity therein pending, wherein tho Wal?
ker Manufacturing Company Is plaintiff,
and tho Norfolk and Ocean View Railroad
Company and others are defendants, de?
fault having been made In tho payment
of tho sum directed to ho paid -by tho
said decrco within tho tiro* therein pre?
scribed, we shall sell nt public auction, In
front of tho Custom llout?*, in the city of
Norfolk, Va., on
WEDNESDAY, THE 23D DAY OP
MARCH, 189S, AT 12 O'CLOCK M..
the following property, to-wlt:
All the property and franchises which
were conveyed by tho deed of trust dated
tho 1st duy of May, 1895, executed by tho
Norfolk and Ocean Vlow Railroad and
Hotel Company, now tho Norfolk and
Ocean View Railroad Company, to tho
Norfolk Hank for Savings and Trusts,
trustee, therein described as follows, that
is to oay:
"All and singular the several railroads,
railways, roads and roadbeds of the said
Ruilroad Company, consisting of one con?
tinuous and connecting route or lino of
railroad, beginning at Church street and
Henry street, In the city of Norfolk, Va.,
and extending through the city and coun?
ty of Norfolk to Ocean View, Va., con?
sisting of about eight and one-third miles I
of single track railroad, together with all
branches, extensions, turnouts,- switches,
sidings and other appurtenances of then
said lino of railroad, with tho tolls, in?
comes, rents, issues and profits thereof, i
and all tho real estate, depots, stations,
power houses engines, bollers, dynamos,!
generators machinery, tools, electric mo?
tors, trucks, cars, rolling stock, turn tu-1
bles. Implements, rights of way, fixtures,e
leases, leasehold IntcrcsMJj and equlpmentsS
and all other personal property thereto be-C
longing, and all property, real, personal?
and mixed, and also all property of everygj
kind and description which may he here-jj
after acquired by the said Railroad Com-fi
pany and all public and corporate rights.!
powers and franchises belonging or ap-B
pertaining to the said Railroad Company!
now owned or hereafter acquired; .andg
also all tho reversion and reversions, ro-B
malnder and rem a In dors, and all the es-fi
tale, right, title. Interest, property, pos-I
session, claim and demand whatsoever,!
as well at law as in equity of tho saidfi
Railroad Company now owned or here-g
after acquired in and to the said railroad,!
property, franchises, rights, powers and!
privileges and to every part and parcels
And also the hotel and other buildings,!
with the furnitore, fixtures and personal!
property therein contained, electric, lightjh
plant, pavilions, bath houses and all oth-S
er structures of every nature and chur-fi
acter acquired or to be acquired.
And all and singular the streets, ways.S
passages, waters, water courses, ease-g
mcnts, rights, liberties, privileges, lar.ds.g
tenements hereditaments and appurto-g
nances whatsoever thereto belonging orw
in any ways appertaining and the revcr-M
sions and remainders, rents, issues and!
prolits thereof, and all tho estate, rlghtjj
title. Interest, property, claim and demand]
whatsoever of the sold Railroad CompnryM
of. In and to the same, and every parti
Tho said property and franchises wills
bo sold as a whole, but subject to nndi
with the bcnllt and nil executory and sub-l
stating contracts modo by the receiver lnY
said suit under the authority of the said]
court, of which a full and accurate state-';
ment will bo announced publicly by tbe^
undersigned at the time of sale, and sub*!}
jeel also to any legal liabilities that may
hereafter bo established against the*
said receiver growing out of acts dona
by him In his capacity of receiver, or out?
of any suits or proceedings .which may be.;
pending against him nt tho time of said
sale, or may bo instituted against him at .
any time thereafter, and such liabilities ?
If any, will remain lions upon the prem-;'
Ises until discharged, and likewise with.-;
tho bonellt of and subject to all suits or,(,
proceedings which may havo been or may-,
bo Instituted by tho said receiver.
Tho snld property, rights and franchises B
will be sold to tho highest and best bld-9
dor, but before any adjucatlon Is made;
to htm, he must pay In cash tho sum oR;
Twenty-live Thousand Dollars, and If the '
sale Is confirmed by tho court tho balance
of the purchase money must be paid wlth-3
In ninety days, unless further extended!
upon security given or other terms are'/
prescribed by order of the court, but the,?
purchaser shall have the right to antlcl-V
pate the day of payment. w
After the payment by the purchaser ofjjl
such sum In cash as may be sufficient t
pay I ho costs, charges and expenses o
the trust created by the said deed to Th
Norfolk Rank for Snvlngs .and Trusts, a
trustee, including the sum of $300, with in
terest from May 1, IS95, and also lncludln
its reasonable compensation as trusle
under tho Said deed of trust together wltl
any amount paid or to be paid or lneurrc
Or allowed as fees, compensation or relm
burscment of expenses to counsel, and th
Indebtedness of the receiver by certlll
elites or otherwise, and the liens and in
debtcdncsa in the said decree declared t
be prior to tho mortgnge bonds, and for
the payment of the pro rata dividend out
of the net proceeds of sale for distribution
that may be due to these bonellclarlesjjj
under tho snld trust deed, whose bondsg
and coupons may not be used in payment;*
of the purchase money, tho underslgnec
nro authorised to receive from tho pur?
chaser or purchasers in part payment o
the purchase money, any of the bonds oi
unpaid coupons, with Interest thereon, t
or towards the payment of which th
said net proceeds of such sale shall b
legally applicable, the amount at whlcl
such bonds or coupons nre Io bo received!
in part payment of such purchase money/!
to bo determined and fixed at a sunn'
which shall, upon a proper distribution
and accounting f?r Stich proceeds, bo no
more than the share or proportion paya?
ble, out of such net proceeds to such pur-;
chaser or purchasers as tho holder o
holders of such bonds and coupons, an
tho bonds and coupons so applied In satis
faction of the purchase money shall b
treated as a payment thereof to tho ox
tent of such application.
And the receiver's certificates and th
\jens and Indebtedness declared by th
said decree to be prior to the mnrtgng
bonds, or any of them may be used at
cash In tho payment of any part of th
purchase money to tho extent that sucl
certificates and tho liens and Indebtedness
therein declared to bo prior to the mort
gage bonds respectively so Used, and th<
Interest due thereon would he entitled t
share In the distribution of the cash
required, except as to tho sun) of mono
required to bo paid on the day of salo a
In tfoso of tho failure of any bidder t<
comply with the terms of sale that are t
compiled with on the day of salo or ba
fore a llnnl adjudication to such bidder
the undersigned are authorized by th
said decrco to reject the bid, and proceei
at onco then and there to make a resale
or then and there to announce that
some other day, then to be designated
and between certain hours to be then des
Ignatcd, they will, at the same place
make a salo of the premises under sah
decree without further advertisement
and the undersigned are also authorize
to adjourn the said sale from time R
time. In their discretion, until a salo shalF
have been made In accordance with thc!3
provisions of (lie said decree.
Tho Receiver will remain in possessions
of the said premises and continue to opMj
erato the said railroad and manage l\\$A
other property subject to the orders of tlufiil
said court, after tho said sale, and untlpj
the conyoynnco thereof to the purchaser!'
llo will keep correct account of tho onrn-K,
lugs and Incomes of tho premises, a:??
well as of the outlay and expenditures act]
crulng nfter the day of sale, and upoifl
cor.lirmation of the said sale the purchnsfl
er will bo entitled to receive ami shaigS
lake the said property subject to uii.\J?
gains or losses that may have accrued oi?
been Incurred subsequent to tho day o|*
This Is a valuable properly, and the atfl
tnntlon of capitalists is called to Ittjj
Evory facility for Its examination will be^
For further Information apply to th
WM. W. OLD,
CA C.DWELL HARDY.
dc231tnw-3m Special Commissioners.
for purity, and for Improvement of tho com?
plexion nothing equals PozzONl'a Pownnn.