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Many Matters of Interest to All j Virginians. THE HENRICO DEMOCRATS The School Book Contract. Get? tysburg Cyclorama. No Sup? port For Whiskey. Median icsville Road Sold. Elec? tion of a Brigadier. ro.pf.eid Dispatoh to tho Virginian. 1 KicHMOSP, Va., February 11.? T e EleurionjDeinooratifl Committee hold u meeting to-day aud deoidod t.) hold o primary eloctton on ilio UStli of iMorc? ior tbo uouiioutiou of oouuty ortlcers. Alroady tlio woods ore full <d candidates aud tbo ooutosl in becoming dooidedly in? teresting. Messrs. -lohn Liudsuy aud tio.ii;;o 12. Anderson, are op posiug .Mr. lirnuor fur ITeasurer. For tue positions of OoruuiiaBiouor of tbo Lteveuue and Supervisors, there aro uutuorousapplicants. Maj. A. H. Courtney is being urged to run tor Conimouwcalth'a Atturuey, against .Mr. Co u way B. Sands, tbo iuuumbent. Muj. Courtuoy resiguod from Hie Committee today wniob fuel bave people construe to menu tti-it ho Intends to run. Ah yo: tbe Populist? and tbe Republicans have not shown their bauds. Oov. O'Forrall ih the porsnu who is preparing tbu statomeut in refer ouue tu tho Virginia suhool l?ook coutract which was referred tu a few dnya ago. lie is said to bave received from the governors of every stiito in the Uuion u copy of their contracts with tbo Americau JJuok Coiupuuy. This statement, it is predicted, will make mos! inter ostmg reading, in view of thorecetit charges that Vir:; nun is paying tuore than ber sister states. Tbe Old Dominion bus most favorable contracts according to tho reports furnished, i am told that tho prices ^ivon eaoh Btnte will bo furnished ii>r the information ol the public. Messrs. -f, Tbompsou lirowu .v Co, have about closed a contract with Maj. Hull lor the removal oi Irs eyoloramu ol Clottysburg to Itiohmoud. It will he located tit l oth nod Main stteets, aud will cover a space 15U feet srjuurc. A bmluiug eustiu? SS,?UU will bo erect id. Gethsemane Church, of tho Dis oipli'i or Uhristiau denomination iu Huuover,oue ot the largestoburobo* iu tho county, bus passed resolu tious not to support any mau foi o.iic'? Who will nut pledge llltusell not to use whiskey or money to aid his election. It is probable tbn> otLier oburebes will follow tho ox ample oi this congregation und i. very interesting reform movement will he eel ou loot. .Morris Bopktna. tbo young negro who killed Mr. H. S. Parsons iu June, 181K), wiis not sentenced tu death by Judge Wiolthnm, in tbe Conuty Court, today, us expected, 1 be election of ?ol. Alonzo L. Phillips to the brigadier genera slop give6 general satisfaction to tbe militury. He is n veterau of the war und a man ot great foreo oi character. Col, Nairn's supporters nra represented as being very sore, li has leaked out that one ol' the geuiieinuu who bus been un nctivi opponent uf Col. Jones in the T'ir.-i Iteginiont troubles was instrumental in haviug tun mime ut Cid. NasL withdrawn und bis vmes ea-t lor Col. Phillips, 'l'be elevatum of the lattei iiuiKoM n vacancy iu the First, und ii is ciuimed that an autl-Jotiea ma: will tie elected, iustoad of .Maj, .1.11. Derbyshire,Col.Jones' warm Iriend, who ih in lino of promotion, Tb< "antis" aro smiling und say they have gained a big point. I bo Meohuuiusville road, winch lias beeu owned uud operated foi over twenty years hy wlutt was known as tbe new Mecbuuicsvilli Turnpike Compauy, bus been holism by Mr. L< ritz Sittording aud iMr. J, !S. Hull. Mr. Siltordiug it understood to be the priucipnl mut in tbe transaction, iho company was originally stocked for $20,0UU. l'be ruilrond service now in Imrly good, bat dames river is entirely olosed to navigation, i'esterday tbe ch rks iu many biisiuess bouses were at work nil day with ma l which whs delayed two days. The postotUce people had a bard day of it, Beveral oar loads uf mail having piled upon them at once, Mrs. Caroline Mayo, aged is lyiutf at tbo point ol d.atb. several Kicbmouders will attoud the funeral oi Qeu. M. P, Corse it. Aitxunurirt \\ ednesduy, Bishop Qraubery preaohed at Centenary Cburcb yesterday. Col. John S. Harwood this morn mg received n telegram from .dr. Joun A. Lee, National President of the travellers' Protective Associa? tion, announcing that President Cleveland had signed tue 1. p A bill._ Mr*. Emily Tborne, who resides nt Toledo, Washington, says she has never boen able to procure auv medicine for rheumatism that re" lieves tbo pain bo quiokly and efieotually ns Chamberlain's Pain Balm, aud that she has als ? used it for lame back with great BucoeSs. For salejjy all druggists. Messrs. HotttO? Peed and Jas. Al. Jonlttu have formed a oo partner, ship under tbo linn uuiue of F, fcl' Peed .v biiu, to conduot the 'ship chaitdlory and ship BUpply business at Water street and Roanoke are Bne. October 1st, ism. Be30,8ii,ta tf Another invoice of lamps and T?b'?a and uawsbadea, Obapman & THE COCKADE CITY. Many Matters to Interest Peters burgers in NoiTo'k. (Special Dispatch to the Virginia:!. Pktkusuuu?, Vu.. February 11.? Mr. U. D. Ollliam, secretary of tbe Obamber of Commerce, bua received a letter from Mr. Jobu I. Telford, Booretarv of tho Transportation Committee of tbo Louisville Hoard of Trutie, making n formal request of tbe Chamber of Commerce of Petersburg Ibal it appoiut a dele? gate ti> meet dolegatea from otber cities nt somo central point to eon' sulor tbo matter of organizing tbo Southern Trausportutiou Associa? tion. Lho writer suya that Atlanta would probably bo tbo most central aud, therefore, tbe most convenient place lor tbo meeting to he held, lho letter will bo Bubinitted to the Hoard of Governors of I he Chamber to bo bold to-morrow afternoon. The condition of Mrs. H. L. Bowman, who lias been critically ill, is B?ghtly improved to-day, Mrs, Ida Unrkley, widow of tho Into \V, Barkley, u former tohac oouiat of Petersburg, died ut bor residence iu this city yostordny ni teruoon ut I o'clock, of coiiMimp tiou, uitor a protracted illness, Iu the County Court of Sussex a day or two ago William H. Bailey, colored, was arraigned to answer the charge of Bcduutloo, The jury lulled to agreo on n verdict and the case woh ooiitiiniod to tho next term of tbe court. Tins morning when Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Wootly, who reside uu Franklin street, awoke, they dis covered tbnt they hull narrowly es? caped a lire. .Mr. Woody'a arm chair aud a rug which were iu front of the grute, hud boon entirely burned. Fortunately tbe lire went out without doing any further dum tigo. Mr. Harris Dounnn, one of tbo Deputies in the United States Inter mil Bevouue ollice iu this city, has been engaged to-day delivering iu come tax iists to be idled out by those whose annual income ia over $3,GU0 per annum. Mr. Doumtu told me thai hu was surprised to liud so few hero whose uiiiitiiil income exceeded 83,000. He also stated tnted some parties refused to accopt ihe list utter it wus given thorn. 1'ho lirst mails which bavo been received in Petersburg uortb of Anshiugtou siuce last Thursday night reached here yesterday after uoou and hist night. Mr. W. A, Pond, wdiilo skating on lho new reservoir Saturday night, tell upon tho ice and dislocated bis irm joint. The funeral of the late T. J. Jar rott took place yesterday afternoou from Market Street M*. E. Cuurcb and was largely attended. The wer vice was conducted by the pastor. Kev. EL. M. Hope. A. P. Hill Camp of Confederate Veterans, of whiob thu deceased was a member, attend ed tbo funeral in a body. A little child of dames Foster, colored, residing uu Hill street, was perhaps fatally burned this after? noon, EDENTON, N. C. Mr, .f. Pritchard ami Mr. Fred Zioglor, of Elizabeth City, were iu town I- ridav, .Mr. Norrieet Pruden, sou of IIou. W. D. Pruden, bus returned from Chapel Hill and will bo admitted into the luw llrm (d Pruden .V Vuun. Mr. Pruden is a clever young man and we wisb for him much success, Mr. Speight, mail carrier from isoo to Edeuton, owing to tho ex Ireme cold weather, brought tbe mad on foot Friday, a distance ol twenty two miles. Ii Mutism Unmor can be relied upon there will be a marriage on West Queen street iu tbo near fit tore. The Misses Scott, of Portsmouth, arc in town delighting friends und relatives with n visit. 1 ho now Methodist Church wa used Sunday to worship in for the irst time, at which time llev. Mr. vYatsou preached nn excellent ser? mon to uu attentive BUdienee. It is a pretty building, weil furnished, and the town, us well as the Meth odist congregation, should feel proud ol it. lint, Several cars en route; must be sold; also some ou track here. H. E. Owens, 27? Water street, GRATEFUL OTECIATION Wa ilos:re ttu express to our patrons or.r grateful Hp reointion ot tho liberal tMt.uuuge bestowed uu us duriug the p.i-t year, and trust hv prompt attention t.i or.ters. low prieas an ? oour nous treattneut to merit acontinuanoa of iha same. OUlt .S l'O?K OK Builders' Hardware, House Furnishing Goods ?AND? PAINTER'S SUPPLIES never moro complete, and wo have ?iiiled an entirely new hue of Fire-Place Grates, riantels and Tiles, which we invite all in need to iust.eet before placing their enters elsewi.oro Very respectfully, WHITE & D0DS0N, 851 fWlAIM STREET. cor. Commercial Plaoa, Norfout, Va, THURSDAY SALE. $1,00 Marseilles Ouilts. Sale price, 51c! 1,000 yards ioc India Linen. Sale price. each. I 6c yard. #1.25 Marseilles Quilts. Sale price, 57c 1,000 yards 15c India Linen. Sale price each. $i.5P Marseilles Quilts. Sale price, 93c each. qc yard. FRIDAY SALE. 25c Silk Windsor Tics. Sale price, 15c ?ach. 100 yards Table Oil Cloih. 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, price, 35c. 1 c yard. Jl $1 Infant's Silk Caps, lined. Sale price, Zephyr Wcrsted. split or single. Sale; 50c each. price, 4c fold. 75c and 50c Infant's Silk Caps, lined. Saxony Vain, 7c hank; Germantown Sale price, 38c each. 25c Infant's Wool, 5c hank. Silk Caps, lined. Sale price. 15c each. 1*1 Norfolk. Va. 204 Main Street, 204 Main Street, Norfolk, Va. 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 stuck that can possibly be moved, and to this end we have marked our goods at p CPS I ^?bjjp?^ Vrtrnxsa ^tcoy^ ? It is impossible to give an itemized list of the main MOVING PRICES which we have made on fresh and desirable goods, and will only mention as a sample STOCK, in which we show an elegant line of Fresh and Pretty Styles at the following ZEted-Txced. ! OUR $2.00 CURTAINS, NOW 2.69 2.83 " 2.89 ?.? ?? 3.00 " " " 3.i< " " Si. r.SiOl R 53.35 CURTAINS, NOW $1.63 ??39 143 1.45 1.4 j 3-39 3?9 4.00 2.25 O.i o PORTIERES J-75 1.9S 98 4 43 All of the Above Are New and Fresh Goods and Prettiest Patterns. BROWMSTEIM & CO., 128 Main Street. N. 1J.?$5,ooc worth of Men's, Youth's and Children's Clothing that must be sold be tue March ist. as we will not carry a dollar's worth of Clothing in our new business. CALL AT DONOVANS,! I 143 and 145 Churcli St. I 250 Rolls New Matting from 10c. 20 Rolls Linoleums from 60c. to $1 per yard. Baby Carriages from $5 to $75. OIL CLOTH trom 25c. to 50c. New Refrigerators. Buying for cash we can sell right. D. F. DONOVAN] 169 CHURCH STREET, SHARP h GW AT HM EY, 96 Main Street, REAL, ESTATE. FOR SALE. FOR RENT W t orTbr roiiid of tbe iuo?t .leeirabla :us?(iMiiiii)uiH iiiiiv on the mutual. Hue Hem i.u.i reatdonoe, B7xl20 foot. >o. ltr? itranuy Btri at. .So. 5?M ami TU liuto street, enenietii rental |? r.>t> meson church, Smith, WillOUKbh? atus* anil ltuiley etr. els Aaoant lots un i nninore. lirawer, Princess Anna I'lum Hiveraido, Wind Mr ami New < aatle utruets, ami l urk. Wil onirhbv, Central and H Avenues, mal mam more at Lambert's l'olul. Store ID I'nion street, 3Jj, Ml yueea Street. li 01 c Jl Union etrm-t. House 55 Qu en street. House mi I'lnuie street. Houses on Itarmuda strnot. 351? > am sire, t *.".< \ nrntonth street. Ktore i!? i an ii street. Ottices ?Ii i sleeping apartmanta on Granny street. ? iiw of now boniai 1'. A. avenue e? ten led. No. 6 l.oyall's lane. Offices on itroiiii.i floor, 96 Main stieet I fltte i <o ?uit applicnnia. New house, ftiversitle, 7 rooms and I stitldo (3 stalls). il'Z SO. It Dies Pay To Advertise Many Advertisements promptly satisfy a reader that whatever else he may want, he w.uits nothing else of this pai ticular advertiser. A well written ad, with a definite propo? sition, in the NORFOLK VIRGINIAN, never fails lo pay. AUCTION BALKS?THIS DAT By (lie Morris A notion House, ".-i Bank strees I AKCE AND ATTRACTIVE 8.VLBOK kino Jj lie rjnni nnd Parlor Furniture, Carp i> Hugs, I'icluros,Stores,Clocks, Decorated \\i r?? Organs. I ianos, et-. etc.al ur Auetloriin<m a* onTUESDA t MOBNINvf, February the r.'tti, at ino*.to k. Ladies especially'luvittd tont? tend. .? It. It. MORRIS, icHVit _ Manager. T ? AUCTION RAEKS? FUTDItW OAW Town-tend asJoynes, Auctioneers. HURSUANT TO A DEED ok Till ST MA Dil 1 by \\..-. Wllsinand wife I.s, us trustee. .! ted Juno 2Sth, 1894, and r..ded in dud bo k 187, page:I8S, i lora'sofll e Norl'Jk Counts t'oni, and at request of creditors inerei? iccured, I shall sell nl public auction, at ilir u.a i slate Exchange, Norfolk, Vs., M< V DAY February ImIi. ai 1*2 o'clock iu., th? foh> lowing prupevty lo-wit: l.ni OK LAN!* W1TU IM PItoV EMEN l'S Til El:ICON, siti id on Ibe So ith Ide ol (lordou avenue, Barb >urs? ville, Nit:., k . unty, Va., and fronting I bereue forty I" i, with a deuth ot 120 feel, said ioi of land being 'ii iated liast o ihi l'oilage Tu? linde? i ni? jiroji;' ty Is so d subject to a |i> tor deed ol 'ru*i lor 3403, due the Heplaso? phian i hi-<i'i d Building As?o< tali a. TERMS CASH. J. W. BAKBOI It, fe.-tda Trustee. itkai, i Ni \ 11: ai;i;ms. JONH A. LESNER, ~* Real Estate and Rental Anent 635 i-r Church St., Extended. (HUNTEHSVILLE). Next to Lesner's Pork, Norfolk, \'a. Close collo lions and prompt roturn-u Uonl estate for talo ou lustalmout (dac* WTit H. Trice & Co Real Estate Brokers, 20 BANK BTBEEr. PHONE <W\ For Rent. RESIDENCES Kino now Houses. Qhcnt. 137,175. Boush sin. et: all modern iinprovo> lUOIlt-. UJ Bute street, ml 11 iirinveuien s. SO Mariner street, 11 Shield, street, y.i Variuoutli street. ? i, ..' Walke street, 2 nice houses, llrauildoton arenuo, 6'.7 Lovltl avcuUe, 121 Burn n la street, JACiiuib rlnail street, Ji Mariuer ?'rs:t. I Isis?119 Bank -ire 1. 1 ?18 Water st rcc . (nines?lot p iinie. s; Msin street. Biorei 77 Bank sir et, 281 Main -treot. Largestoreoppos te hVrry Wkarf, H Warehouses rents' wharf. 130,00,71 Watel street.,m -? Ciiur.li tree*. 200 fee ?liaii for i?-ni chea ?. I Warehouse 1 Tu?ln' wharf. H. C. HoggarQ & Go,, Real Estate and Rental Agents I2G MAIN STREET. PHONE No. 7r.?. FOR RENT?120 Willougliliy, :il!an> 315 Willo Khhy. all modernconvenieu e* Hil l cisterns; 102 Park dveuuo, 40 l'arb avenue, 7^ Highland, 1003 HiRiiiau i ?vo nue. ?1 Kelly avenue, uew house 0111 ? ibbs avenue, 40 Wood street, ill Cha el.dk Brewer, 73 Charlotte stroot, 70* Cbapei, Dand 13 Bixter nveuue. tl'Jaud 13 Deuby. FOR SALE?Two houses 011 Park ave? nue, four on \Yilt?u|fhl>y avenue, two on t'o'il.c itM'uuu. one 011 (litiba iiv.-nu... tour on Highland three mi Reservoir, one on Tunstull, two ou Falkland, two un I ov.tt aveu o, one on I lav. one on 0 avenue, Huntorsvillo. ami nice lots or* Fi.nason, liomh. Dartmouth. 1 nr 1 reiv, v.ar-diall, III lllaild, Park ami Oilihs.alsa a V( ra! nn ?> f u nis well loentnii, suiiatile for stock raising, rain or trie* fanning, ou easy term 1. Correspondence solicited. Why Fay Rent? When $'25 cabIi nnd from ?10 to 120 pas month will bnv yoa a nico homo ob eithor Highland, t orprew. Rowlaud or Division avenues, lor further particu? lars tipple 10 El. L. PACr R c?fc OO, Folo agents. No. 1(3 Bank street. W. H. JOHNS, K.ENSEV. JOHNS, Jll ?? DEALERS IN COAL AMD WOOD, Have ac. epte I th ? agon cy for the Alex audr a Fertilizer and 1 humicul 1 uiu pany ?* .ELEBAATED BRANDS OF and will carry a supply suited to the u?? of truck growers 1a tt ulurly. Th s? are reliable goods, ium u 1 y uu old ana relialile llrm i)Dice uu 1 Wharf East end Avon ? A Atlantic 1 ity. 'Plmuu .St">. EDW. J. CANNON, 4> ???>?<> 4>OOt> PHONE m. Sawed, Spill and Delivered. OFFICE AND VARD?East End Hut? struct i-xton led, Norfolk, V'a. I crsonal uud prompt attention Riven to all orders. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. Geo.W.Duval & Co Norfolk Iron Works. No. lu Via'cr Mroet. m(s, cnyinc?, buiiersj Sawiniii, and all hinds of ruachiuory of the ui0s> improve.1 patloru?. Also lupairiui; .v? Um shortflKi noiioe. 1 artioniarattentioii to stcanihuai worn. DUVAl.'S FATEN'X DOlLEHTUUFaS FERItlll.K <aru tho oalf porfoot rome-ity tor iraky b .tlor t:i'jr.-_ Thoy oan bo lusortd inn few mmutos De? ny iiURiueer. n,u>i are warranted t<i hio& aaki. Irwin's Twin City Exoress W. T. IRWlll & CO. FROPKIETOHS. OFFICE ms W A'FKM ST NORFOLK.V4 Ampio facilities for hanliur! unythmg to ami tromanywboroin tbc three citiesj, U>?U>vboue No, 6. Charges ruasouahlt.