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Many Matters of Interest to All
THE TAYLOR CAsF?NSATIONS
Three Other Warrants Issued. Sent
On to the Grand Jury. Bail Re?
fused. Gasoline Stove Explo?
sion. Collector Ryan Ques?
tioned. A Receiver.
Special 1'ispntoh to The Virginian.
chmoni>, V at> Maroh 8.?The eon
cation to-day in tho case of Burnley
'Tay I Mr, tho CoruinisBiouor of Revouue
of King William, who is charged with
havim* uttered a forged order on the
?Commonwealth, is the announcement
that Ueorgo 13. Terry, who ia charged
twitb. a similar oironso, is not to ho
Joe; ml, A wnrrant for his arrest was
issued and placed iu the hands ot Ser
geaut Tomhusou aud Ullioer Gibson,of
tho Riohmoud police force. They tveut
to King William, but ho wns not there,
aud no one could toll where ho wan,
Terry is n farmer and lives near King
William Courthouse. Ho is mud to bo
a warm friend of Burnley Taylor's.
"When tho case of Taylor was called iu
the Polico Court ho was sent on for in
niotuieut. Bail was refuHod.
This morning while W. L. Green
Wood, white, was repairing a gasolino
tstovo in the house of William Wood,
(Colored, un explosion ocourrod, anil
Greenwood, Wood's wife aud throo
children aud n servant girl in the
employ of tho Wood's were seriously
liumetl. Tho houso caught fire, but
, <xhe flames wore quickly extiuguialiod.
Collector ot Internal llaveuuo Wm.
Byau has called for tho rosiguutton of
-Sir, A. P. Shield, one of the ouief
alerks in the department. Tho Collec?
tor and Mr. Shield both deoliuo to dis*
?cuss the matter for publication, but it
as pretty well understood tlmt Mr,
Byau wanted the place for uuother
gentleman. It is said that Air. Shield
?s going to Washington to ascertain
whether or not tho Collector can re?
move him without cause.
Mr. CharleH Watson Gryner was to?
day appointed by tho Law aud Equity
?Court receiver for tho Ooodmun Broth?
ers \- Company, Tho Buit was brought
Jay tho Whispering Valley Lumber
'Company, The linn was recently pro?
prietors of tho largest broom factory in
the South, but that has boon nbsorbed
"by tho American Broom Combiuo aud
the receivorship does uot otl'uot it. It
is not known what, the assets aro.
Other suits nre pending and affairs ap?
pear to be much complioated.
In the Washington oouferonoo
meeting to day the committee appoiut
ltd to report resolutimis on tho doatu
of Fred Douglas performed that duty.
Brief remarks wore submitted, but
_By.ne.of them wero of the Beusatiomd
order that koiuo colored people and
whito ones, too, are maltiog. Tho con?
ference has not ?uished ?b work yet.
A nogro, believed to bo Iko Hender?
son, who is charged with killing a man
at Cohham. in Alhomarle, last fall, is
under ^arrest at tho First Polico Stu
Bennett Brothers, liverymen, on
Broad street, made mi assignment to?
day. Liabilities. S8.0?0.
in tho Law aud Equity Court to day
SylvanuBBlauchard brought suit against
the Manhattan Life lusurauco Com?
pany, of New York, for 320,000.
Rev. J, T. Love has declined an in?
vitation to assist iu evangelistic work
-in Wilmington, N, C.
Tho schooner Isaac Hillyer, of
Boothebay, Me.. Capt. French in ooni
xueud, arrived at the port of Suffolk
yesterdiiv with a cargo of ice for C. E,
Property Transfers.?Theso deeds
to be put on record were yesterday
Hied in the County Clerk's ollice ol
INansemond county: John F. Pinner
to George W. and Isabella Williame,
one lot in tho Suffolk suburb known as
Boston; consideration, $7'). Mrs. S.
H. Byrd and husbond to Lucy A. Hol?
land, three lots near Sullolk.in Cypress
lJistriot; consideration, $105.
Mariuaiie License Rbfdsbd.?A
young man from Sleepy Hole came in
towu yesterday to procure u marriage
license, but, owing to the foot that his
aflianoed was under age and not having
a written permission from her parents,
the olork refused to issue the docu?
TnE Seminary Recital.?A recital
try the music and elocution classes of
Kansemond Seminary will be giveu to?
morrow evening in the musio null. The
admission is 10 cents and the proceeds
are for the beueiit of the new Episco?
pal Church, now under course of erec?
tion. A beautiful programme of seven?
teen numbers will be reudored.
Robbers Arrested.?Mills H. Hol?
land, Sr., of Buckborn, telegraphed
Constable Branch Friday uight to
coma immediately to his residence.
On arrival he was informed that he
( Holland i had been robbed ol a quan?
tity of goods, principally wlrskey aud
v. inc. which he desired the olileer to
eeenre if possible. Five houses were
pearohe.d bat no trace of tho stoltu
liquors was found. Several bags of
peanuts, apparently stolen, wcro locat?
ed under a fence aud Mr. Branch made
sine arrests of persons residing in the
vicinity. They were held over night,
tried yeiderday by Justice R. O. Daugh
trey aud dismissed.
After the dismissal, two of the men,
James folk and Butler Doviqe, con?
fessed to havmg been participants in
the robbery and also implicated others,
etuiing that the peanuts had bneu
taken from the Seaboard depot at Per?
ils, 'Ahe railroad authorities at Ral?
eigh wero immediately informed by
Trire and instructed Brunch to bold all
parties oonoeroad. Uavine aud Folk
were ro arrested,brought to Suffolk Inut
night nnd lodged iu jail. Other arrests
?will be made to morrow. Tbuy also
lout tbat thoy cnu givo aotuo informa?
tion concerning tho whiskoy theft.
IN WARWICK COUNTY.
Interesting Dots of Newport News
Special l)i-pateh tu the Virginian.
Newpoivt News, Marcb !*.-?The case
of Alleu HayucH vs. b. B. Reynolds
aud tiio ( Hiobmond Dispatch for Sll?,
000, was (Milled in tbu Circuit Court
Fridav. Tho day was consumed in
making proliminary motions. If tbe
case reaobos tho jury uLull, it will not
do an before Monday or Tuesday!
Hughes and Bristow aro attornews for
tliu plaintiff and Boykin aud Lott fur
Mr. Ii. U. Bailoy will leftVO fur New
York Tuesday which plneo lio expects
to make his future home.
Tue Ruppabannock sailed Friday for
1, verpoo) with a large cargo, including
several hundred hand of cuttle.
B. i'lait Straiten, tho representative
of tho American Lloyds.is registered at
E, IL Saudford and Guy Cochran,
of Baltimore, were among tho arrivals'
CiiPitnut Street M E Cburch?
Prenohing at Hum by Kev .1 Powell
Garland, D D; at 7:-iu"i? ui by llev B T
There will lio a regular mootiug of
Niomoyor-Shnw Gamp Monday night
at 7:00 o'elook at West Hull. Every
member is rcpiestod to bo prosent, an
business of unportauco will bo tranB
Bishop W J Gaino?, D D, or Atlanta.
Ga, Presiding Uisbop of tbe Second
Episcopal District of tliu African Meth
odiBt Episcopal Uburcb, will preach ut
.Sixth Street Trinity A M E Church
at 3 p in.
The Berkley Lodge of Ellin will visit
Newport News Tuesday evening for
the purpose of atteudtug tbe institu?
tion of a lodge of Elim at Hint place.
Every momlioi i* expected to bo iu ut
tunduuee. See advertisement,
At Berkley Avenue Baptist Oburob
tho pastor will preach the Bpocial sur
niou ut 11 u. in. postponed from l?9t
Sunday, At muht be will preucb the
first of two sermons on "Tliu Soul;
What of It?"
Mr. E. M. Tilley and wifo roturued
Tho Christum Endeavor will meet at
the Armatroui; Memorial Presbyteriau
Churoli, on Main streut, this afternoon
at 3:30 o'clock.
Miss Jeuuottn Bland Baldwin, of
Em m\ iHe. ia visiting her parents, Mr.
aud Mrs. S. Bland, on Liberty street.
Tur. Ahena,?This monthly for
Maruh ia a very attractive and inter
eating number, more bo than usual.
The special features ombraoe papers
on the following subjects: "Japan, its
Present aud its Etttitro," "Muhomuied
and tbe Koran," "The Welcome chil?
dren," a paper on "Social 1'tirity," by
Lady Henry Somerset; "i'ruo Uooult
i?m, its l'laco und Use," "-lohn BiiritH,"
??An Open Letter to Secret try Carlisle"
ami "The Theory of telegraphy,"
Published by Are- a Pitblsibing Coui
pany, Bostou. Price, 50 cents.
Huutorsville M. E. Cburob, South,
Rev, J. CL Lounou ? Morning, "Im
portauco of Believers Possessing tho
.Spirit ol Christ;" night, 1'Greatlou of
St. Andrew's Mission Chapel?Ser?
vices at tho usual hours.
The. cantata "A Trip to Europa" will
bo repeated at tbe Third Baptist Church
And the beet friend that never
fails you is Simmons Liver Regu?
lator, (the Red Z)?that's what
you hear at the mention of thia
excellent Liver medicine, and
people should not be persuaded
that anything else will do.
It is"the King of Liver Medi?
cines; is better than pills, and
take-; tho placo of Quinine and
Calomel It acts directly on the
Liver, Kidney and Bowels - 1
gives new life to tho whole
tern. This is tho medicino you
want. Sold by nil Druggists in .
Liquid, or in Powder to be taken
<*Ty or made into a tea.
? ?3>BVKKY I'ACKAOErff*
Ma* the /.stamp In roil on wrappe*
J. H. ZiilUN Si MX. t'hilAsklphia, Pa
Heiiug secured tho tolo agency for tho
Chambe s-McKec Glass Co.,
manufacturers of tho relcbratod "JEAN
NKTTE' hra:::!it WIN DOW (.LASS vre ar?
prepare 1 to till nil . tiers from uui lai'Ri
?lock. 'Jliie glas? is auknawloilge<l ly the
trade to be et; is I In str. ugtb, clearness anJ
all other retpecti to c.e oast . reuoh glass
COOKS, CLARK & CO
Demonstrates to the Public That
His Remedies Do Posi?
Rend What a Number of Prominent
Citizens Who Have Been Cured
by Munyon's Remedies Say.
Gen. A. K Cntlhi, formerly Deputy
? rvoyor of Ilia p rt Of Now Vor . is u
veteran o tie- ur . y und 11 well-ku urn Ho
pui.li 11 |>uiiit au li says: "For years 1
?ulfarod from calatrb. This winter my con
iiiiion ? uii until o ? I consulted many well
known peciitliets. but ailod to obtain any
roliof tin Ii I iMo I M inyou ?< Catarrh Cuio .
i hoy com; iH. iv restore>i u ? n> In alth.
in. UvorK? lirooki. l l'reiuou? street,
Cambridge. Mass., save: "I u?o Muuyou'a
Its adieu o\.t ua velj Hi my preolicb. I liuve
uover sc it ?uy me lo no ihn .uroi bo
unlekly und thorough ly."
Dr. E. It. Isarucs. IUM Wesl aveu o. Buf
fu'o, says "A patient of mine wai a groat
suitor rom tlysi up i . Mj rotiiodioi af?
forded hun I) t little relief, lint n o taking
Slumon- Dyspepsia Cure l.o has entirely
1 space permitted liuudrotlti of lost!
niouiuls con d ho i>rinto I o( tbosa who hu o
h.'ou cure I ?r liliouinatis it, Dyspopsla,
C.t nil, ? Ptnov nntl l.ivor Coniplaiuta,
tsihma. I'loiu-hitis. Cong ? and Colds, ami
all loruis ol nervous <li*or ur<
Munyon'a llomuilii'S aoi umtost nstnntly,
ineedlly in iii; tiio most obatiunte cases.
IthenniatUtu c re.l in urn mio tu tiueu
tu. Dyspepsia nu t nil atoniau i trou ?.. a
?int.: .is relieved. Catarrh positively itiro.t.
Hoadaohe cured la flvu n,unite-. Nervous
tliaeitsei promptly cured. Coughs aX
OOltls effootiially cored, and Ki noyTro -
I, 1 iii s. Neuralgia. Asthma ami uli I'etttnle
Coutplaluta "i kly cured, These romedl a
am old hv n'\ dr i?irl?t?, mi ntiv r r ner
tl. Mttuyon'it Vital] ?r imparts now It a
au I v.gor to weak tin l !? .? ; d men.
n o. 41.
Those who arc In donnt its to tin? untnro
of thou- iiiri-it i>8 ahonlil address I'rof. Mun
yon, 1MB Ar.-h street. Philadelphia, giviug
lull Htm tu hi o their disoaae. I'rof. Mnu
yon i> ill nr. fully tliugnoso the cs-o and give
\n i tliu eueOt <>f bis advlea absoluti ly frt-o
of nl! clu r^ . Tho Hull o lies wil I o sent to
any n. lilrcss on roce pt Of rolitil price.
Rick ITeadaoheand relieve all the troubles lacl<
dent to it bilious Rtai" ?>( Ihe system, such as
Dizziness, Nausea, Drowsiness. Distress aft.-r
eating. Pain la Ihe Sale; &c While their most
ri-iiiurkablu bucccss Ins been shown iu curing
-??-^ -w i?
Jlendarlio. yet CaRTCR's r.lTTU! l.ivrn PttAS
are equally vaiuubio m Constipation; curing
mid preventing this annoying complaint, while
they also correct all disorders "t the stomach,
stimulate, th" liver and regulate tho bowels.
Even if they only .-tired
Aohotli"v would be almost priceless ro thn^n
who suffer friim this distressing complaint!
but fortunately Ihclr goodness does not end
here, and ihose who once try them will Had
theao little pills valuable In ko ninnv ways that
they ? in not i?- ?iiiinh- to do without them.
Hut after all siek head
tliflmtio of so ninny lives Hint here is- where
we make our great Wist. Our pills eure it
while others do not.
Cartes'* l.n-rn: Liver Puxaararervsmall
and verj easy lo tnkr. One or two pills inolto
n dose. They are strictly vegetable and <lo
not gripoor imrt;i>, but by their gentle action
please all who u*? tin-in. in vials .it 25cents,
five fur SI. Bold everywhere, or sent by mail.
CA8T28 MSSICUIS CO., Ute Tcrt.
Small fill. Small fes, Small ?riss,
FULL SET OF TEETH,
In order lo Introduce inv Pateal Ulm Teeth 1
will Insert tin in fot fi i" i i". until April the is:.
I .i . I Ol lU.iry tin- I Sill.
in: t\ h DOItSET.
No. 23 IIjuk il reel, cine siiuard ir.- n Main s?.
Illl IIMONli in i ii i s?. iw x. Seventhst
TEI ill EXTRACTED WITHOUT. PAIN.
Dr. W. K. lionet,
Dear Sir?It give* mo pleasure In tr.-tifylin to
Ihevalueof your Rlai lv in. After I failed legal
a nt by one uf ? in pniaiitieul dentiitu with the old
style |< at. f I res ilvctl to iry jo.ir patent lim, and
ii fc-ir. ? i titiro sallifatlion
ReS|ieeliiilly. .t. B, STANSRURV,
Nu. 1 K^i?t t'iay ?tr.it, Rlcbtnoud, Va.
pr. VV K, ! " set,
Dear Sir I tak.i p'etsiire In 'aylng to Veti and
tlir- |.u lit it a' Urge tint! the I'steul Kim Teeth yOu
lusue lor Iiis are all Ihey nr.' , Inlmcd tu im. and iio
not besPata ti reeemnieed lliem, I'trtnll tin-to
>ay lb t Iba loventlon U a woUdcr of the r^-e. Yot.
e*o refer aayone to ue ?lw iuay want artificial
OUO KOI I IN'.HAM,
of II O.Nottingham .t Co., '.'i t iiariutiu street,
Nuriulk, \ a
TMF. 8KAROARD WIIAltF AND WARE?
HOUSE COMPANY, ?dl slow Unano ai 20
luut por ion ttrit month, and in eiut>eub
Cotton aud other eommoilitlos stored on
very advantageous torms Negotiabl wa
h-nis ? receipts issued. Iiienrance ciTecleil
tor any period in xou I oompanlea consfilor
itbly below curr. tit rata'. Offen first olass
wbarl faeilities tor nil classes of vessels.
Ample storage oapaeity foe largest cargoes.
Appiy to It. t. > OBIH.
fi 10 in. we. ir-1 in Proshlent.
eH% llflBA ?>'d WLPkcy II?'.
rss? fi ? B mpS 1 1:0 "* ?''''???' i-oi
ll H B a SVia Book ? i>ai;:r la
U I VBVl l-REE. h. If. WOOI.UICV.
X D. Oliica i0*yt WuiteUall M-, ADanta, Qa
Paper Dolls! Paper
Given Away to Children Only!
Friday, March 15th,
For this Day and Date Only.
One lot of Ladies' Chemisettes, stand?
ing collars, striped and polka dotted, all
colors. Friday's Sale Price, ioc each.
One lot of Ladies' Turned Down Col?
lars, fluted edge, Friday's Sale, 5c each.
One lot of Ladies' Colored Turnover
Cuffs, tinted edge. Friday Sale, 5c pair.
One lot of Ladies' Collars, with capes,
white only. Friday Sale, 3c each,
204 Main Street,
Friday, March 15th,
For this Day and Date Only.
One lot of Ladies' Standing Collars,
black and black and white striped. Friday
Sale, 5c. each.
One lot of Ladies' Cuffs, white, black
and biack and white striped. Friday Sale,
One lot of Ladies' Gloves, tans, grays
and black. Friday Sale. 5c pair.
One lot of Ladies' Hose, gray mixed,
cardinal, fancy and striped. Friday Sale,
One lot of Infant's Half Hose, seam?
less, tans, black and white. Friday Sale,
204 Main Street,
Having leased the three storv buipling, Nos. 22 and 24 Old Market
square, is putting in the largest stock of
ever offered in this city, and will be ready for business on
when we will be pleased to serve the public.
propose doing a JOBBING AND RETAIL TRADE, and with
ample-facilities are in a position to offer IN DUCEM ENTS to the
trade or individual buyer. If you think of buying furniture wait lor
Jini 1 L2-3b Old Market Squace,
Our ?enior member. Mr. EDWARD BROVVNSTEIN. is now in the North
cm 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 many MOVING PRICES
which we have made on fresh and desirable goods, and will onlv mention as a sample
OUR LAGE CURTAIN STOCK,
in which we show an elegant line of Fresh and Pretty Styles at the following
OUR $:.oo CURTAINS, NOW
" 2.69 ?? ??
" 2.^9 ?? ?*
" 3.00 " ?'
S^-SS '* 3-39
1.39 " 3-69
1.43 " 4-00
1.45 " 2.25
1.49 j " 9.00
CURTAINS, NOW $1.6}
All of tho Above Are New and Fresh Goods and Prettiest Patterns.
E. BROWNSTEIM & CO., 126
T3 ST ?
N. 15.?$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,
AUCTION SAV.E3 ? FVTVHE DAYS*
* By tue Morris Auction House, 8S llsuk <troct.
LABOE AND ATTRACTIVE BALE AT OUB
Auction-house ou TUKSHAY morning, MsrcB
l'-'tli, ill to O'clock, of furniture. Carpet*, Hug*
Mov?, Pftoos. Organs, Crockery, etc., etc. Ladles
e i cclally iuvltol lo allenil sj.Iv.
It. It. MORRIS,
By 11. U Pago & Co., Auctioneers.
Twenty-Four Lots ?n Grantly, James,
Wilson and Scott at Ruction.
?3-W111 bo to'. 1 at public auetion, on
Thursday, March 14th,
at IS -)'.]> k in., bt the Norfolk Real lvdato Ex?
change, No. 115 Main street, TWKNTV-FOUB
VALUABLE BUILDING LOTS,situated on lirau
by,.latues. WlUon and ^eott streute.
TERMS--One-third cash; balance in ouoandtno
yeius, w tb 6 per ce..t- Interest.
We rail special attention lo tlil< sale, as the prop*
crtv Is lua rapidly Improving neighborhood.
ri.it of tlie piopeity can le m ? n at our olliie,
II. L. PAGE A CO.,
?l SINKSS PRO.'KHTY IOU.SAI.K PRIVATELY.
To closotbo estate of the late Stephen Boost!, we
oiler at private ssls Not?. IS and 21 I nion at reel,
Ttili prupeny c n>i 19two star s und dwclllugt
above, fronting 395x117 feet, In the midst of bust*
ii"s*. Apply to Ml A 111' A. UWATHMKY. INI Main
BY VIRTUE OP A DEED OK TRUST 'DATED
the 12th day of February, 1891. Ironi IV. P. Al?
len. iiid.vidu.illy, und trading ai \V. I'. Alleu A Co.
to us, as trustees, we iiavu taken possession of th?
slock of ^oods contained In Nes. 97 and '.'a Water
btrcct, Norf ilk, Vil. an I 1 ho bun'.- accounts anil
.?i lie ovldeuces ol Indcbudnesidue to said \V. V.
Alloti ' to..mid all other property cmveye.li t>
said deed. All pcrious having claims njtaiu-t tho
said 6nn oragalnul W. p. Allen, will present them
to us duly vcritied, and all ocraona indebted t>
bim will tuako paviueul loin or to our aiton'a a?
said Moro. As 10011 as possible an Inventory of
tin- setets will bu mule, and then we wlil In gat
tu furnish snv Information la our possession to
the creditors of the flrni. Pot Ihc present wo will
continue to ? II the goods in said hions in the
usual course ol butlers*.
J. it. I.iiWDNIU'RC,
THOMAS II. IVILLCOX,
feint f Trustee*
it 1. \ 1. i s i .v 11; AMIiXIH.
H. c. HC??aifl & Co.,
LH1 .ESUttjB ft KHUl^"
126 MAIM STREET.
PHONB No. 710.
FOR RENT?78 liignlaud, Hi Kcllv, 4?
Wood, 78 charlotte Tim Chapel, 103, .ui. lot
,1,1-1 IU.1 iiiffhluud, 1) uuil 13 Untor. lira Wit
lOllgllliy, I..land 1*28 lemma lOr . eight
rooms, fcl8 1 er month; t.i Dievror, UfiUhapel
10U 1 uapsl tract, t ro h.. res urn,ir of
BiRllth and l.ilirrtv Htroct ll rklpv.
POH RALE?Nice Imune ou Willoughbr,
two uti Park.duo on (hubs lour oil iliK'b.
lantl. three ou Itesorvoir, onu on Taustull,
twu on Falkland, two oil I ovitt. one ,.11 rlay.
Nice lute on (freemason, lious'n. 1 lartuionth,
Corprow, Marshall, llighlnni!. Park, Ke ir
and Ulbbs: also h, vet al aico f.trran fof
Btock. grain or trucking, on easy ternn
W. H. H. Trice & Co.,
2a IIA NIC STREBT, PHONIC 533,
RESIDENCE?B new Houses. Ghent.
IIa, Uoiish street; all modern Improvements,
I:: Ilutestreet, i 1 luiprovemeti ?.
;u an 68 Marlnni street, II shields street,
iia. . 7 Waise .littet,
S nice houses, Ilrautblcton avenue.
t'.'i; l.ovttt av. nue 4111 1 ark avcu le,
fil llermiida street.
SS Cumberland >-tte<.t. 72 Mariner stre't.
Pints?IIS Hank streot, His Water street.
Unices?87 Main street, . Hin?.
8:?r. ? Hunk street, 281 Main street.
Uirtre store nnnoslte Perry Wharf.
l; ein- -M ami US llsildlnsttn hulallng.
:;ir, ? h 1 Mi itreei.
ii W:irniiiu*es TituU' wharf.
189,89.71 Watar street,."MS Chtmli ?troot.
Van feel wliai l for rent rlifiin.
?I Warehouses Tunis' wharf.
JOHN a. LESNErT '
Real Eslale and Rental Agent,
635 1-2 Church St., Extended.
Nntt to Limner's Park. Norfolk, Va.
Closo collo lions ami prompt return.. I teal
estate for nalo ou mat ilmeut plan, leio-t
WHY FAY RENT?
Whan C3B cash and from ?ia to $2,1 por
mouth will buy yoa a aico homo on oithee
IllghlauJ, Cot prow. RowlanJ or Hivision
avuuuos. Por further partloulars applv to
H. L. PAGE & CO.,
Pole ngouts, No. 1(1 llauk straot
PRO] *i >JS,VI^5S.
Notice to Contra otorcs.
Sealed proposals will lie received al IheoSlceof
tb- Clerk <?! the Wi-t in Krauch School board
until WEDNESDAY, March SO, 189.1, at W ui.. fop
LAB *H AND MATERIAL fur Hie constroctlon of
ONE OR TWO SCI IO I, ml'l> at Wesl SorlollS
a i.l Port Norfolk, lu the oounly ol Norfolk, V .,
in scciirdtncJ with Ihe plana and speclHiaiient
piepxre 1 for Ihe lame,a lopjriil wbieti nia)
,iimi at ths office ol ibe clerk ol Ihc Hebool Hour-,
on Cheat nut street, Ko'lolk county. Vs., 01 ?1 1i1?
.?the. llie Aro' it-11, 1 ifn r. Moser, over lOtanl
103 Main s(reet, Norrolk, Va. The Hoard reserves
the right le reject any ?ml all In ?. und w, I r
quire sa'lsfacto.-y sojurity for the prouer au4
fa tlilul perforiiiBBcc of the woi .t.
I . .1 WRIGHT,
( A. .I.VMI S,
E. W OWENS,
Selinol Hoard of Western Rmioh Dlstrltl.
HELLO! HELLO!! Il??I
THE K0KF01X ItLtPriOHf IMIHG!
ofleto commnnicailon ??ii over ei;;l;l
huudred snb>oribera. A:o yoi bu th?
tut r If not can yon ellorrt noi to have
a ti le),hone at your place of buaiuaas?
Ami wbn 11 conilort Mild safeguard it it
to bate a (elopbono at your reaid nee
Atteniinu la Calle.I to t c. I.O.sii IH'U
TANOK SYHTKM UP \\ 11; es, by wlueli
coniniunication 1- lo Im hart, 1 pun pay*
inent ol a nuiall toll, with Newport Nous,
iiatiiptun, Ohesapoako City, Old Point.
ButTnlk, Bmttbfiel 1. Darrotla and Ctiuok?
Cull on Ihe tnin ngor. or aontl htm trot I
1 ml ho uill call mi you.
.1. W. OIIKW8. Manager.
C. B. MoCLCKlt, District ?upt. toic-U