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BOOK PRICE LIST COMPLETE :
What the State Gives for its School j
Books. Justice Jurisdiction.
Col. Jones Will Not Retire.
Retirement ot" Mr. Wise.
gpeoial Diapatou to tho Virginian.
Richmond, Va., February 15,?
Gov. O'Ferrall nud Attorney Geueral
tJcntt hareoouipleted their statement
with refereuee to the price \ irgiuin
pays for her school honks, ami n
will probably be ready to givo to
tho papers lor publication (Sunday
morning. It is said to be about two
and a hulf columns in length utui
conluins much very interesting mat
ter. Among other things, it will
enow wbnt every tSiatu in the Uuiou
pays for Bobool hooka. This infor?
mation was gathered by the Gover
nor nnti required a ^.md deal of
work. Ho wrote personal letters to
nil Governors, who Beul him lue de
sired informatioo. All ot this had
to be Buuimarizod and put iu shape
Police Jnstiee Grntcbfleld has bo
gnu already to render deoisioua in
accordance with the action ol the
Court of Appeals yesterduj in the case
of Brown. This morning he passed
sentence in two euses that he would
have bad to send to u jury before
the opinion wag rendered enlarging
tho jurisdiction oi Justices of the
Peace. Auioug the lawyers to day
the decision of tho court was very
generally discussed and approved.
Jt will result iu a saving ot many
dollars to tbe .Mate. Lx-Coniinon
wealth's Attorney M. L. Spotswood,
iu speaking of the matter to day,
said this opinion would result in de?
creasing the pay of the oflioe be
formerly held by about $501). Tbe
public generally supposed tho
amount would be larger,
Kolbing lias been beard as to the
whereabouts of youug Henry Brad
ley, who embezzled money belong
mg to tue htat? and run away from
tlio city, Tlie mutter is in tue bauds
ot t?u police. If Bradley euu be )
caught hu will bo brought buck here |
nud put on trial, in tbe last year
or two many other young men have
left town under cloud.-.. Nine tunes
out ol ten, when a trusted employe
is caught stealiug, he is allowed to I
gently leave and the matter is
hushed tip. This method of d< aling
is having tho eiteot ol encouragiug
youug men to take risks won their
employers' money. 1 ho Turf Fx
change while iu operation in lliob
uioiul was tlio caosu ol the nun ol
Several young men.
Col, Li, 0. .''ones announces that
ho will uot retire from the First
Regiment nuder lire ab some ol the
officers serving under him desire,
but will r.'iiniin in command utui
litfht it out. Gen. AIouzo L. Phil
li}>s iusists that Col. Jones told biui
a few days ago he iotoudod to retuv
but the Colonel declares that the
Geuerul tuisuudorstood and mii-in
terpreted his remarks,/ Tho mill
tary troubles appeal to be fur from
sob'tiou und no one can BBfely pre
diet wbero tbey will end. It would
surprise but few ii Gov, O'Ferrall
should disband the Firs! Regiment
in oriler to allow u reorganisation
which really seems to be about tb.'
only practical wuy of bringing about
the lit hired result.
Notwithstanding tbo faot that ihe
temperature ban been ris ug fur the
last day or two, there is no present
prospect of navigation being re
Burned on .lames ltiver. The ves
eels here are still frozeu up tight
nud unable to move u wheel. Tbe
jcoiumauy places below here and
City I'oint ia said to be live or .-i\
inches thick. It will require warmer
weather for several days to make it
po.-sible lor tbe Pocahontas to j;et
to Norfolk, This spell is oceasiou
ing much inoonvendonce to persona
residing over the river,
The Woman's Club organized
here lately is becoming a most pop
ular institution and the ladioa are
wondering why they did not Lave
Boinetbing of the sort before. I tuu
told tba: the meetings of tbe club,
which are held weekly, are most
interesting. Some of tbe pa| Bri
read on our rent to pios would mane
the men envious of tbe knowledge
of representatives of tbe fair box,
Occasionally the ladies I ave ( im i
geutemuu to lecture to them, io
morrow aftemuou Prof, Hodges, of
the University College of Mdiome,
will give a leotare on hypnotism.
Hon. George D. Wise will retire
from Congress on the 1th of March
after fourteen years' servi le. L'be
report that be will go to California
to reside bus no foundation. Ho
will return to liichtuond and resume
tho practice of law. Before going
to Congress he was Common?eaith's
Attorney of the city and was cuu
sid red the ?uest iu'the titate. Mr.
W sao is pretty well llxed, but wbut
money be has wus not made in Con?
gress but out of his ( aliforuia
property, He has spent m> ney
ireely on his friends und probably
lias given away half of his salary as
Congressman. There are- many
people here who think .'dr. Wise
iuteuds to run for Congress again
O. W, O. Hardman, Sheriff o( Ty?
ler oounty, \V. Va., appreciates a
good thing and does not hesitate to
say eo, Ho was almost prostrated
w'th a cold when ho procured u b it
lle of Chamin rhun's Cougb Lb-m?
od--. He says: "It gave mo prompt
relief. I hud it to tie an invaluable
remedy for coughs audoolds," For
aal? by all druggist.*],
Bon. Thomas 0. Alv ird. <x-sp iak< r of
tho New Yo- A??on?bly, ox-Lieotsunut
Qov ?!!??. First Vieo-Presldcnt of Con?
stitutional (Jonventi n and a member of
tbo .-r or Com itutioual Convention, is
n man uulvi rially known und ro pe too.
Although . x-'.; fv. AI vor 1 1* nearly 'JO
years of age, be it atill hale nu I hearty,
and, a- v tu'sttd l;i tho Constitutional
Convention ?st n mer n as perfect
nieiit.t eond ;i us :?> tbat grand old
man. y.r Uladitoue.
I '<At timos tho ii r seem to establish
itself nu I ib.n a. Ibe ?v proms Of It
goner 11 reacti n would coiue on I f
t. r 'i from general w< ? w ** ai uanonp t
In iiiovi m limbaor b > wa attended
w ill a feeling of weariness u i mha *
! tioii. In fnct, my w olo rganUui seemed
1 io be giving oot! 1 wns unable to i btaiu
r lief oxoi pi bv I .yin^ flat njioii my baoi .
and von tliisrolie wi- <?u'> le ii| orary."
1 "flint how ouni S t that you arc now
1 in such i; u 1 heal)
"Listen, nu I 1 w ill tell you. J deter*
I mmol t j lake mi coso iuto my own hands,
?Doyon uovor feol tired nnd litor.illy I
rn out. Qovoruor?" was recently j
asked b in. '
!'Si TOral w ars ago tor tho tir-t time in
my life l <1i I lee: in ill it condition. I wa
tlion ii membo; of the A- ? etnbly ut Al 1
bnny. It took tho form or moat . i<
ngreeal le'nitusun, ami o' < ourso, proatrn
I onwhleli sit bat n k occasion. Ilysheor
rorc of will power Isoeined to ovorcoiuo I
Ibe flml attack, but the??yoar o lowing
again came oil wit ii v.\ en more violence
than before.' ,
??What were your Byinptomt, Govern- ]
'?I feltnaenso of weight and fullness
in ilia lower part of the body, followed
by a dull Ibrobbiug paiu au I ac om
pauiod with a sensation of feverish heat
or a ein |y ? builder.'
"Y"u must have suffered considerable.
B it was that ail
and theroforo bogan uttng a remody of
w lii i, i bn ! i o n . ii i?r at deal. It beno
ttto i me at once, and 1 o ntiuued it - use
ii is t i lam com t lv restored to health,
und ki t in good physical condition nnd
all ttirough ilio ti?o of Warners Safe
"lo r i sp rienco. Covetn?r, is cer?
tainly a most important nut vniuabli
? Yes, in le nl. ainl I i.in satisfied Hint
lor physical aim nts, mil e pecially
tho; - inci :ont to electing yearn, there is I
nothing equal to Warner s Safe Cure,
en i ?. rtalhl 1 am n r-v d living o tamplc i
oi what it can do.
All who know <jov. Alvord life 1 not bo
told thai hi> statements ure reliable mid
hi? experionco valuable. As Mir , they
nr.) given hen with for tho benefit o".
t hi e men or wouion who may bo Mit
r im ; und who des.r b alt nnd Ioul;
gdenton, n. c.
Some of our fishermen uro saving
ice for their use tins spring,
Mr. E, L, Woodsrd is nut again
we arc glad t? see.
Tuo boats of tlio Norfolk and
Southern Railroad have made
several attempts to cross the Sound,
but have tailed. It is probable that
they will succeed to-day thou I),
Game baa been plentiful here ft
the last few days. One of our
young men killed a wild turkey
yesterday about two miles from
I IQUIDS can't cure Dyspepsia,
*?' neitlierwill drastic griping pills
will and do. You can get a sample
.sent you, free for the asking , to prove
it. They contain no mercury nor
opium. If you have dyspepsia,
better send fur them.
U.K. J. A. DEANE CO.,
DR. ML CURBY BURKHARD S
liAMIifli fly apodal renui -n Iroin patients
?a a distance; ? ho can not personally consult
tuo. anil i>t-1nu unable i" anew er t be many cor?
respondents, and furnish at short notice tno
Favorite ??reacrlptloss, os usctl I ) incdur
i nc a practice ol twenty
five years, have con?
sented to prepare ami
supply to yon thta tan
rivaled remedy for !?>?
The r'.lmiix of met)leal
chemistry attained In
r~ PoriosJIrnl I'liu. be
-^~"^r> Inc fix <l'?re(? hiroin;. r
/ s\ v v-vC than any kinwi, medi?
cine, vet fo mill) that the feeblest can lake
theta with perfect security; yet ko powerful
In their effects that they can i>e safely cniieii
a Ni-vcr-l'allitij: Keculalor. T.acli l.ox con?
tain* tiftv I'liN. with full directions enclosed.
Price, I'tvo Doilkra ta-r ln>x. Sold by <lrim
cists or sent by man upon receipt ol price.
Itefuae iiii patent medlclnea. Take only lbe
prepared jireacrlption of a nbyalcian in prac?
tice. Dr. M. Curby Burlsnard. the r<
specialist office, i". i? ar.c Avenue, Baltimore
ltd. Cnl thl. oat tor future reference.
ObtrbcalrrV Rnallata IMnnv.n.l Itrnnd.
Orlfilnsl ?ml Onlj (?rntilm. a
t.ar i tlW**l t> llftbl lftott a. yftTV
Hi .! ? '
late no oftit-r. fltfHti \r
foui tuh*t1tH94oi%i ?ttd tmitatiout.
? ..????u. pf *rn<l 4<-. In lUmpi r?>r
I *rtif Jl?r?, tcat.ni-.iii-i - ft?4 ItVMr-f
ftlf I Hill* v. ? ? r, llirn M?||.
I0,0d0 TMiimoplaUi Xsm< /?..;'.-.
Ch1?liM|?r i'ht nilcal Co.. .UutlUon ftquarea
:t>!u by au Loet) Diifiiiu. ft*Mlu<iu.. >'?
SAM W. SMALL,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
No. 8 Hilci Stbest,
NOHFOLK, - - - VinOlKIA.
j Mr. Small will pr not ice in the ( o r
. ot ihu statu a:..i of ti.e Uuiuu i>tataa.
Is the order of ihP tlsiy.
I therefore oiler my entire stoc
for tie nextTHtit'iY DAY d et.
Tiiis is no ncMiiuo. c?u
180 Main St.
CURES ALL SKIN
' Physicians en ;or-<e P. 1'. P. m espieU'
did combination, nn i prescribe it with
great satisfaction for the euros of all
torma and atagei of Primary, Socon lary
and l'ertiary tr> v<liiiie. Bypbilitio Bbeu
n p. p. p. ii
U tires Rheumatis IVI s
matisin, Birofnloui Dloers ant seori j,
Ulandnlar swo iih^b. lUieumtttism. Maii
jia. ol i Coronio I loer? that have re?
sitted all irintiufut. Catarrh, Bkin Iiis?
< < ill.s
? i iraBIood Poison.
01-os. Eczema. Chronic l'euiale. Com?
plaints, Mercurial i'oisou, .letter, .-roal 1
He id, etc.. etc.
i'. p. p. is a powerful tonic, aud an e*
rellout appetizer, building ap the syj
teni raj,id y.
i n liea whoie systems are poisoned and
whoao blood ib in utk impure condition
due o menstrual irreuu'Uritiee, arepe?
ciliary bonetited bv the wonderful ton, '
nnd blood-elenusing piom-rties ot i. p,
p., i'rickly amIi, polu Root and Potas?
LI PPM AN BROS.. Pro^s..
Druggists, Lippman's HI u. Bavanu ih,U?.
t ook on Bloo i lueeasi'rt mai tri?-.
WALKE & WILLIAMS.
AOENl'a, NORbOtrh., \X.
$1,00 Marseilles Quilts. Sale price, 51c! 1,000 yards 10c India Linen. Sale price,
each. 6e yard.
$1.25 Marseilles Quilts. Sale puce, 57c 1 1,000 yards 15c India Linen. Sale price
$1.50 Marseilles OuiltS. Sale price, 03c
100 yards Table Oil Clolh.' Sale price, I $1 Infant's Caps, Mull and Lace. Sale
15c yard. price, 50c each.
1,000 yards Hamburg Edging, red and | 75c Infant's Caps, Mull and Lace. Sale
white and plain white. Sale price,
Zephyr Worsted, split or single, Sale
price, 4c fold.
Saxony Yarn, 7c hank; Germantown
Wool, 5c hank.
204 Plain Street,
$1 Infant's Silk Caps, lined. Sale price,
75c and 50c Infant's Silk Caps, lined.
Sale price, 38c each. 25c Infant's
Silk Caps, lined. Sale price, 1 5c each.
204 Main Street,
Our senior member, Mr. EDWARD BROWNSTEIN, is now in the North?
ern markets, buying Spring Stock, and before our new goods arrive we intend to
sell every dollar's worth of our present stock that can possibly be moved, and to
this end we have marked our goods at
It is impossible to give an itemized list of the manv MOVING PRICES
which we have made- on fresh and desirable goods, and will only mention as a sample
in which we show an elegant line of Fresh and Pretty Styles at the following
OL'R$_\oo CURTAINS. NOW 9S
2.69 " $1-35
2.S3 " 1.39
2.S9 ?< " 1.43
" 300 *' ? 1.45
3-15 " " 1.49
OUR $3.35 CURTAINS, NOW Si.63
DO., 126 Main Street:
Ail of the Ahovo Are Now and Fresh Goods and Prettiest Patterns.
N. B.?-$5,000 worth of Men's, Youth's and Children's Clothing that
must be sold before March ist. as we will not carry a dollar's worth
of Clothing in our new business.
143 and 145 Church St.
250 Roils New Matting
20 Rolls Linoleums from
60c. to $1 per yard.
from $5 to $75.
I OIL CLOTH
horn 25c. to 50c.
Buying 101 cash we can
D. F. DONOVAN]
PRACTICAL DECORATOR, i
169 CHURCH STREET.;
We offer some of the most dosirabla
lavestmonta now on the maraot.
Fine West l.a? reniilnuoe, STxl'iO feet.
No. lt',7 tirauoy utrooi.
No. 'J'J'.. aun '221 i-.uto strcot.
' euemeni i ental ]>r->p rues on Chnroh,
Smith, Willougbby, . suits no i Itoiiey
\ooa.it lots on I'uniuoie. Brewer
l'riu es? Anne, i'lnra . Biversido, 'Anil
bo: and New < untie streets, au l l iirtc.
Willongbby, Central nn.i is Aveuues, and
many more at Lambert's 1'oiut.
Store 19 Union street, a^, W> Queen
.s uio'Jl Union street.
lion-u 5 ?ueou ? treet,
lloneo on I 'I u m - str.et.
Housi s ou Itermu la street,
i H2l Maiu street.
HSJ '? r mouth street.
; tin o IS I.auk Httoot,
it ' i'ii iiti'.i sieeinu^ apartmont* on
Qr lib) street,
I ow of new honsm P, A. avunua ex
ton . it.
j > o. Loyall s Isne
Ultices on ground floor, 90 Main streot
' fittni to snlt sppiicuBts.
New house. ttlverside, 7 rooms and
j stable (3stalls), ?518.60.
It Does Pay
promptly s.itisly a reader that whatever else
he may want, he wants nothing else of'this
particular advertiser. \
A well written ad, with a definite propo?
sition, in the NORFOLK VIRGINIAN,1
never fails to pay, i
AUCTION BALKS? FUTURS DAT
Townscnil jfc .loyties, Auctioneers.
pUItSUANT TO A UEEI) OF TRUST MADIA
1 by VY. S. VVI?9D anil wile lo me, us trustee,
"?tea June 23th, IbM, aud rviordod In de ?I
bo k 187, pageOgS, t lork'aoffii e Norfolk County
(ooit, iinj ?,( request "f ereditors tberela
secured, i sbulls.il at nubile auction, at tiia
Real l siatc Excliauge, Norfolk. Vu., MOM.
I'AY. February Istli.u! 12 o'clock in., the foh
lowing i>r.>p.-iiy to-wit: UM1 DK I.ANI?
Wl I'll IMPROVEMENTS Til KUI ON. situated,
on i he south side ol Oordou avenue, Harbours*
Tille, Norfolk county, Va.,aud froutinic thereon
fnrlr lc t, irllh a dentil oi 12<) loot, said lot of
land being situated East or ihe Cottage Toil
llridg*. ihln property is sold subject to a
p lor deed of inisi lor 51'JJ. due tb-llcptaso
plnan Classili d Jiullditig As'ociuH n.
TERMS CASH. J. \v. BAR HOUR,
fe7-tda , _Trustee.
BY VIRTl'E or A DEKI) OK TRI.'3'C
dated the 12th day of February, 181?, front
IV, F Alan, IndiTldually, and trading as W.
F. Allen >v Co., to us, us trustees, we have
tuk. a possession o Oi. stock of goods coutalned
iu Not. 97 ??j 09 Water ttreel. Not folk, Ya..
im l 1 be book accounts and other evidences ?t
indublidneai due to aaid IV. F, Allen * Co.,
end all other property a uveyedln said deed..
All persons havfeg .laini^ against til" tijiii
firm or against \V. P. Allen. ?ili present them
lout dul) verified, and all persons Indebted t?
bliu ? 11 make pa) u.o it lo 11* or lo 1 ur agci a
a* aaid more. .\s toon ns possible an Invert*
lor r of 1 be as'et s v. II bo iiiiidc, and ibeu ?.,?
?11 bsglal to itirnlth uu Information In our
jiosseasli 11 lo ilia creditors of 1 lie tirm F >r 1 ho
pr nenl fro will continue ti ? 1 ibe goods in
said Horts in I lie ti?nril mui - oi Im Ines).
3 lt. lAIYt KMilUKO,
THOMAS U, WII.l.c >X,
It i:i I. hSFAYB Aii i:\TS.
jonh a. LESNTerT^
Real Estate and Rental Agent,
635 1-2 Church St., Extended.
Next to l.esuor's Park, Norfolk, \&
Close uollo tious and prompt retnrm,
l.i a 1 state tor sale ou instalment j inn.
W. H. K. Trice & Co.,
Real listate brokers,
29 BANK STREET. PHONO 605
RESIDENCE?.1 new lloilata. Ghent.
1TJ, 17 1. Boush stnei, all modern iinpror*
122 Bute street, ell Isiproveiuo *.
To Hit 1 0!) Mariner street. II Shieldc -tr.et.
d;i Yarinouth m reel. '??'<. ??' Walks si rest,
1 nice bouses, Brauiblclou aveuue.
s it Lot in livchue
y, Her in 1 da -tv. I,
U5 1 aiub ria 1 streel, 7-' Mariner etre.t.
Klais?119 Pank street.
Bis Wnlei mrvot.
Olli, es?v. Main stre. I.
Store 57 Bank street, 281 Main street,
I aice nore oiniot to l ? iry IV l arf.
It 1 ms t 11 Ii ."> II ddli ki >ii bullding,
II War. Ii.< i Tuula' ? hat 1
inti.?tf. 71 Water streel ?32 Cbur b street,
200 feel arharl 101 reiil eben ..
I Warelio tsci l ... i*' arbarf.
IL G. Hoigard & Co*
Real Estate and
I2G MAIN STREET.
PHONB No. 7*9.
FOR KENT?78 lliKhlaud, 61 Kelly 49
Wool 73 Cbnrlotta I0J Chapol, 1. 0.".,
4 and 11 11,Kilian'. 8 und 13 Baxter,
I'M VVillOUghuy, j..i uud 1.,"? to in <ti>
10 . liifii! :<>o is. ilH j er monib; r>l
rewer. ! Chapel.
FOR ?AI B?Ni elionaeou WillouglibT,
twooul'nrk oneouQibba four 011 iimii
l.iu l. three on llesorvoir, one ou Tun?
Stull, two on Falkland, iwoou 1 nv.tt,
nun on < lay Ni e lots oti Freemason,
l'.oitB i. Darttnout 1, 1 or rew, Marsball,
ili.:lil.in', l'ark .Kol und Oibbs uiso
h rera ui-o farms for t-tock. graiu or
truekitiR, ou easy tertu-.
Why Pay Rent?
Wbou ti'> casb and from 5ID to ii-) por
month will buv yon a uiue home ou
cither Hi^hlaui. Corprow. RowlauJ or
1'ivifion avenuus. l or farther partloa
lars apply to
H. L. PAGE CO.
irole agouta, No. 10 Cauli btrect.
f)R POSAI.S FOB SI fl-l.l 1> KOB TIIIC
I \.\\Y YARD, NuBKOl.K, VA., .laniurf
80, 1- ''. ? a ed propo als. <iii la-.l propo?
sals I i<. nli.- 'or lb. N,tv Yard. Norfolk,
Va., tole<>|Miutd I ebrusri 1 Hi I8!)5," will baj
r . 'Ived hi the l>ti'' 11 bl Ktlpplies an 1 Ac?
count?, Navy Department, Wuibiueton, I' C,
until lib', "oik noon, Kebrnnrj H1b, I-' a d.
pniiici. ofeued Iniinedi Iely llnrrca'tor, to
rut ii .-'i in I bo \a?;. ar I, Norfolk, Vii, n ?uati?
lily ..I bo t., lint^' liiuibe-, buidwarc. tools,
to*1 M> Iron, picking, pip pun tin nfnnil div?
ing suits. Ihciirli i in st conform to lb navy
riandartl u ? passtlie in al i aval Inspection
It ank prO|Hva's s ill be fnriiUbid upon nppll
e ..a ... I be a y Paj OlliiC. NorlOlk, Va.
i hu nit nlioii o muni faem tiratiud ilealem s
inv.tei. Tu- bblr. al: otlmr tuiiigs being
? ? uji decided by I >1 The IHipaitmeni res.
- ne- Ibe light 10 aa ?? defied ? r to rej e?
ant ?.r all bills nil deemed sdvantiiueous ie>
il, ? .? 11 . ?ni EOWIN M i. ? AMI. Pay.
i.? 1.1 iii 1.1 . I ~ n. fc8- ti.W f-2w
W, B. J' HIN i, KENSEY JOHNS, Jit
COAL AND WOOD,
Have ae. epte 1 til" ?(toncy for the Alex
a nit a fertilizer nud Chemical 1 ona
' 1 ELEBAATED IIRANPS OF
icSvMrr e b^i 7j:kvvS.
mid will ? ni rv .1 mi! pi ? sultod to t!.o us?
ot truck |?rowera pm ti ul 'ilf- Tbeaaj
are reliabli Koods, ma le I y utt old and
Uflice aud Wlinrl Enal end Aren ? A*
Atlantic 1 ity. 'i'bone '.?0.
EDW. J. CANNON,
I phone m.
Sawed. Spill and oeiivereu.
OFFICE AN!? YARD?East End Hut?
street extended, Norfolk, Vn.
let.11I ami prompt a'.tcntiou fs'ivo^
to all order?,
1 SATISFACTION GUARANTEED.