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The Virginian's Daily Hints
Thursday, 7 th of March.
Ti'bal though the dus'. of earlh wottl 1 dim?
The-e'i n glorious outer nie
?That will sweep through m* soul If I let it iu,
Aud make it lu-h and fair.
BREAKFAST Appl'S. Graham Mu-li
Beer Wall-. team d Potatoes. ;U?iJ I<i >l-J
H.n'liis ltdls (.'oner.
DINNER. cup from R a.| Ihef Uoues.
Celer . (racke ?. ("old I Ism. r.itstor?.
On-umber f\> Ule;. Apple .lel'.T White and
It Ith no Hrnd Naked Swe.-t AppUs. with
Whipped I'reatn.
SUPPER. Bretd nnd Itu'ter. Creamed
Fotatce <. Prune?, lo.'kte-. M.lk. Tea.
The bones from a r>U't will mike fine ?oup hj
adding a cup of boiled riee ami plenty of seM -
In buying iraaU sausap s alira;sclio lethedi est
The brisket I? a gool piece ofeurued beef. So |
bone and but little at.
Quite afi Important Session Held
Last Night.
The Conned Last Night Disposed of
About One-Half of New Business.
Will Meet Again Next Thurs?
day Night. Single Pave?
ment Not Approved.
The regular mouthly niooliug of the
Common Cottucil was held last uight
with President Roper in ike clmir umt
the followiug members present: Shel?
don, Moore, Philpotts, Walker, Col
line, Wright, Sbollhouee, Lewis, I'eelle.
Steall, Borttm, ('amp, ilysiop, Heath,
Brickhouee, Leigh.
The minutes of the last ruceting of
tbe Common Cottucil read aud ap
The minutes of tho last mooting of
tbe Select Council were read und ap?
proved except 89 folio we:
The report of the special committee
on foundatiou of pavemouts wtis adopt
cd. The committee recommend dotlhlo
pavements, except upou hard ehty
foundations, aud state tint eiug:u pave
moms on Hitch fouudut ous is tiu ex
perimeut. Tho Cottucil ulso udoptcd >i
resolution prohibiting tht use of rubble
stone, except iu special uistuueea with
consent of Council.
Resolution to appropriate SI,ODD for
water men r-, to be paid from funds of
Water Depurtment. Adopted.
Resolution to appropriate 320,00 ? for
gUhg'tvell si stem from fuuits of Water
Lopartuieut. Adopted.
'Resolution iu mutter of bids for
street paviug by ooutruct, Turn Conn
oil concurred with Select in reqtt ring
bids to bo submitted to the Couuuil
under specifications prepared by tue
city engineer.
Petition of E. J. Acker CouBlrac
tion Company to erect u sewcrago
plaut iu Bratnbleton. Concurred with
Select Council.
Resolution from Select Council to
appointn committee of two from each
Council to cousuier the erection uf n
bridge betweeu Atlautio City and tho
Third Ward. Con en r red with the
BelepJ Branch and uppoiuted commit
lesolntion to pay 31,000 for hoso
tbout further reference to tho Couu
ja, concurred with Select Couucil,
Resolution from the Local Board of
iproveuioot of Rrambletou Wartl to
6t aside SSty for Marshall avenue wn
_Ier main, concurred with Select Couu
Ordinance to increase tbe number of
^police to sixty four, laid over by the
tJeleot Council aud coucurred in by
tbis branch.
Opinion of the City Attorney aud
letter of City Treasurer iu matter of
exigency, requiring extra police ut
cost of $168, was reterred to Tiuuuce
Report of Finance Committee, ap?
proving petition of A, Ii, S?ldner in
matter of Charlotte street improve
ments, asking return of assessment uf
$177. Adopted.
Resolution approved by Finance
Committee to uppropriate $100 for
court allowance to T, T, llubard.
Report of Finance Committee disap
proving report of Schuul Committee
recommending glO.UUU for schools,
Court allowance of $225 to H. L.
_ Wortbingtou approved by the Fiuanoe
Committee. Adopted.
Report of Fiunuco Committee ap?
proving petition of W. W. Dey, Com
missiouer of Revenue, in the matter of
erroneous assessment. Adopted,
Finance Committee approved a ro
port recommending tho udoptiou of a
resolution to loeu $2,500 to Atlantic
City Ward was recommitted to the
Finance Committee.
Report of Finnnce Committee, ap?
proving petition of snndry persous to
erect frame houses. Orauted.
In tbe matter of paving York street,
from James to Smith, at a cost of $3,
8'20. Resolutions of expediency were
Resolutions of expediency were
adopted looking to paring Yarmouth
sheet with Belgian block.
All properly approved bills were or?
dered to be paid and adjourned to
meet Thursday night at 8 o'clock.
HaoJ's Bsrsapari .'a gives great bodily
Rervcmeutal <n diuett ve strouittb.simply
peoMiso it purifies, Yiulhcs Matt enriches
Me bloods ,
Tho Virginia Commission Holds Its
Third Day's Session.
Tho Virginia Commission for a nogro
exhibit nt toe Cottou .states and Inter?
national Exposition mot iu tho pastor's
study o( thu St. John's A. M. E.
Church yesterday for thu third day's
The oommission decided to hold
meetings in Richmond April 29th; Pe?
tersburg, April :10th; Farmville, May
Ist, Danrille, dune 10th; Lynchburg,
June 11 th; Kouooko. .luue Pith; Wyth
villi-, June 18th; Abiugdon, June Hill.
Staunton, July 15th; Charlotlesvillo,
duly 16th; Alexandria, duly 17th, nud
Frederioksburg, July lMtb. The final
meeting will ho bold in Uioumond dur
iug the mouth of August, at which
tiuie the exhibits will be mussed uud
shipped to Atlanta for lustnllutiou.
Thu following resolution was intro?
duced aud udopted:
"Whekbas, reports have cotuo to the
Virginia Hoard of the Negro Commis
siou of tho Cottou Stutus uud luiuruu
tiotial Exposition, from tho cities of
Cbarl'Jtlosviile, ljexingtou, Bedford
City, Lynobbitrg. Norlolk, Salem and
from public school collections in suverul
cities uud counties iu tho Stute; und
"Whkkkas, these reports ore very
gratifying aud helpful to the Commis?
sion iu the prosecution of their work:
1 horefore,
"J\C?olved, That this Commission,
by uuutuuiuus adoption of this r<ts ilu
tion, expresses to all partios concerned
their Mucere thauks for tho nmotiuts
raisod in the various places named, und
hope that tin-, is only a beginning of
ulVorts put forward by these triends for
tho collecting, forwarding, installing
uud supervising of u creditable exhibit
tit the Atlanta Exposition; further,that
it may serve as an example for thoso
who have inaugurated plans for the
raising of fuuds IU other places."
A resolution of thuuka to Rev. Sam
W. Small was introduced ami carried,
The Ooiumtssioti nfler truusuctiug
other routine business adjourned to
meet iu Ricbmoud April 29tb. Moat
of thu Commissioners remained over
uud spnku at a lurge mass meeting held
iu the North Street A. M, E. Cbureh,
Portsmouth) Vu., last night. I. liar
laud l'uuu, Chief Commissioner of
Virgiuia, will speak at a ptiblio meuti ng
aud hnuipuot to-nigbt at Armory llull
in Hampton, Vu.
Tho Commissioners exprossoil them?
selves aa being highly pleased with
their entertainment in Norfolk and
were vory thankful for thu courtesies
accorded them by the press ol the city.
The Commissioner- have issued uu
address lo the colored people of Vir
giuia oiitliug their general work nud
asking thu co-operation of their raec.
a (lltattco for Itiirjrnm?.
Under this heading Ii. llolllin, the
well-known clothier of 'No. 102 Muiu
street, uoruor Tulbot street, unuouuuus
iu this morning's Vihoin'IaN that ou
aeoount of discoutinuing the mor
ehuut tailoring btibiuuss tuere will bo
offered at Untiliu's for the next ten
days ovor 2,0(10 yards of imported
piece goods, nil of neat and stylish de
signs,iu suit aud pantaloon pmtieim,u',
less than fill cents on the dollar, These
goods nre all of tho latest patterns uud
those ffha call early euu get great bar
Kleclion oi Itiflcara.
The Florence Critteudon Home has
oleeted the followiug oQloera for the
ensuing year: President, Mrs R li
Jones; Vioe-Presidcnts, Mrs M E
Webb, from tho Methodist Church;
Mrs 0 J Jouos, Christian Church; Mrs
A lilake, Presbyterian Church; Mrs U
D Cake. Baptist Church; Mrs \V. R,
Hutebor, corresponding secretary; Mrs
G M Thompsou, recording secretary,
Mrs Trunk lilake, treasurer.
Olficnra l-llccled.
The ladicH of the Confederate Monu?
ment Association yesterday elected the
following ollicers for tho ensiling year:
President, Mrs das Y Leigh; First
Vice President, Mrs Washington Tay?
lor; Seooud \ ice-President. .Mrs J F
Cecil; Treasurer, Mrs Thorn riender
sou; Recording Secretary, Mrs Walter
P Burrow; Corresponding Secretary,
Miss Emily Doyle.
Th<- Modern Way
Commends itself to tho well formed, to
do pleasantly und eflecttiully what was
formerly done in tho crudest mautier
nud disagreeably as well. To eleause
the system uud break up colds, bead
aobes aud fevers without unpleasant
after effects, use tho delightful lnjuid
laxative remetiy, Syrup ol Figs.
('Olltilljr III.
New, beautiful nud useful novelties
ior birthday nud other gifts. Dia?
monds und watches can bo fotiud in
greater variety at Prank 11. Gale's than
elsewhere. 152 Muiu street.
QlilcUatlv?- In i urciM QiiKiiltilna
At Bnrrow'a drug store; also bug ]ioison
made from corrosive suldimutu and
alcohol; strongest article warranted to
destroy bedbugs and also to prevent
for entire year. Only 'Joe a pint.
Nickel Lover Watch, 81. Repairing
n specialty, brown Si Wolf, jewelers,
successors to S. it. Smith, Jl Bank
Now liuo of bridal preseut, the best
line of sterling silver wo ever had. Now
Watcrbury watches for S-.5U, Chap?
man & Jakomun.
Pnro fresh milk ?j t er glass at Mac's
Dairy Lunch Rooms. 'j'J Mum street,
??j to.dj Market squire and l'J5 Muiu
Mrnw litrrlri ninl ( ream.
I [Call at "The Cusket" for strawberries
aud cream, seasonable goods for that
establishment. The best goods iu jew?
elry und watches. Canes are offered ut
specially low prices at "The Casket."
Watches and jewelry repaired there by
best skill and satisfaction guaranteed.
Call on Greenwood & Bro., lob1 Main
[ street.
The Seaboard Air-Line Begins Ac?
tive Warfare.
The Established Passenger Rates
Nearly Cut in Half to Points in
Georgia. Will a Reduction in
Freight Rates Follow? An?
other Surprise Expected.
Tho Seaboard Air JjiQe, against
whom a boycott was declined by the
Southern Railway uud Steumslnp
Association on tbu 1st iustaut, lust
night threw a bomb shell luto the
camp of tbe enemy by uunouueinga
terrific reduction in passenger rates j
between Northern points uud tho priu
ci|>al computiug points in Georgia,
Thin movu on tho part of the Sea?
board Air Line management will prob?
ably spread consternation uloug tho
linen of the competing roads, whicu will
1)0 forced to ruuut the cut iu prices or
loso their Jpassongor business. It is
elmmed that tho Southern Railway
cannot operate ut the reduced prices
without n heavy loss, aud even if tbuy
couio down to the Seaboard's figures ou
thu passenger trulHo tbe latter road
may spring uuothur surprise iu tho way
of a heavy cut in freight ratus.
The Seaboard Air Lino people last
night wired their ngouts along thu line
to begin to day soiling tickets between
thu principal competitive points in
Georgia, including Atlanta, at tho fol?
lowing figures: To Now York, ut Si t, u
cut of 810; Philadelphia. S1L80, a cut
of 89.70; Baltimore,SH), a out of $8.70;
Washington. 80.SO, a cut of 8K; Nor
i folk autl Portsmouth,Sb, a out of S '>.7.">;
Petersburg, $0.15, a out of S0.:i?; Rich?
mond, S'.'.N'. u cut of 80.7(1.
This out iu passenger rittos, in con?
nection with the injunction against the
Southern railway, will probably give
Seaboard Air Liuo a big advantage iu
the light.
63 t'orixiriitloii t'otirt.
In the Corporation Court yesterday
nu application wni made by Dr. Char?
ters for ii mauiiamus to compel tho city
of Norfolk to pay iJTSl) due buu us Cor
ouer. Tho hearing was continued uutil
The gntud jury returned tbe follow
True Dills?B. Moseley and Moses
Driver, felouious assault.
John R. Thomas, housebreaking und
Ellis Noo and Mudelino Kilawortb,
selliug Inpior without a license.
A. vadulia, unlawful gaming,
Richard Williams, buying iotterv
U, II. Lassiter and ,T, W. Coopor,
setting up aud promotiug a lottery,etc.
Johu MoNulty. R. Moseley unit
George Gray, impeding uu olhoer in
the discharge of his duty.
?fohu Domaio, rotusiug to assist an
officer in making au urrcst.
The gruud jury wui adjourned till
to day.
John Oopio, a uativo of Italy, was
natuta uud.
COOltT Ol" LAW AND I'tlANe'KltV.
The following suits have beeu on
tered in thu Court uf Law aud Chuu
J. 0. Johnson against the Norfolk
Street Railway; for ;>2,j00.
E. \V. lteul ugamst A. R. Nash and
the Olty National Rank; for $2,000.
Snllio SteveUsou against tho AduiU9
Express Company; for $5.000,
1 try ?ii C. Dozier und I'.d ward W.
Dozier against l'ruduuce l>avis uud .1.
I', Davis und the Uoard of Control of
the Hudownient llauk KnigiitH of
Pythias of tho World; to decids who is
to huvu certain insurance money,
police coo nr.
Justice Burroughs dispose! of the
following cases yesterday:
W. C. Meighs, white, i-mbe/.zlotuont
of 812.48 from C. L. Alleu. boud for
Wiu, Perebce, colored, obtaining a
horso valued at $15 truin Alirod James
under (also pretences; bond forfeited.
Joseph Lovitt, colored, breach of
the peace iu the house of Sim Burnett;
lined $7.7;i.
Gertrude Heid, colored, assault ou
Piukoy llobiuson; lined tfl.7?.
Moses Driver, colored, assault ou
Lavinia Wurtt; sent on.
stint in :i Wttman.
MikeSbotten, a white man, bo'amo
incensed at Mary ?orau, u colored
womau liviug on VVatOr street, yester?
day afternoon about 5:30 o'clock und
drawing u pistol,tired two shots ut her,
Mis aim was had, however, ami Alary
succeeded in reaching tho ollice of u
|Justice of iho Peaue, wheio she oh
taiued u warrant, He will bo ar?
raigned before Jost ice Burroughs this
morning by Officers Wade and Mooro,
who capttirud linn last night.
?'era n n it l?.
Miss Mary Willis Pretlow ntul Miss
Lucy G. Pretlow, of t'oiirtiaud, \'a.,
are visiting relatives here.
Mr. George Mcliaiu, of Roanoko,
was hern to-day.
Col, W. A, JJoykiu, of Baltimore, is
iu thu city.
Mr. William Bhnndl, of Courtlanl,
Comiuonweiilth's Attorney of South
unipton, is iu the city.
Tho members of Norfolk Social and
Rouevoluut Club will meet at their
club rooms on Tulbot street to-day, at
10 o'clock, to attend the funeral uf
deceased[brother, X. Williams.
I want every uiau and woman in tho
L'tilled Stales interested iu the Opium
nnd Whiskey habit, to havo ou? of my
books ou theso diseases. Address ii.
M. Woor.iiBY, Atlanta, Ga., Rox 380,
end one will bo sent von frpp. wc.Vsa
Try Murray's diuuers and breakfasts
50c, each. They are tho best in tbo
! state; 54 Boanoke avenue.
forecast i ?? r 1(1.(1 n. v.
Wasiii* iton, D. C, Mar li 0, lsw.
For Vtrxlttloi Fair; ell ht v warmer;
ca*t I" MM* til winde.
For North Carolina: Fair; slightly wsnu
t r; Variable wiuds.
Minimi uk Al.maxac -Smi ri?es, C:27j sun sits
feUO. 11 ikIi water, 1:34 und 0 11 a. ui. low water
II: I? und II :t3 a. IU.
1 in iii .lleti uruioL ii al It,, tri.
[fob 21 nouns enoixo 8 o'clock last muht.]
U.S. Department tu AontcuLTuac,
Wl: i rnp.lt ItUREAU, 1
Local OOlce, Iioilsuu Building, f
Nonroi.K, Va., March 0, 1895, j
Maximum temperature. -Pi
.Minimum lompir.ituie. tfc!
Normiil.teraporntnretleduetetl from 'JO
years' nbtervation. 4"'
Departure from norn a1. ?H
Accumulated departure for themoiitli plus tl
At cumulated depattura since Jan. 1 plus 33 ?
I'roc pttaiion. in indies. truce
Total precipitation siueo 1st of tlie
iiiouili. 1.21
.1. .1. OllAV, Oljforvor.
What Would Be the Best Name for a
Great Triune City.
Norfolk, Va., March C, lb'J5.
Bdl or of tho Virginian:
To find tho best now namo, or tho
best combination of unoieut names,
seems to hu u practical difficulty- iu tbe
way of forming here u great triune
city out of our triplet of embryos. If
union only guvo us all u couimou name
uud figure in tho census roportsthe fact
would cause us to outrank thirty-tbruu
cities now ahead of us, making us tbo
lifty-liflh insteud of tho eiglity-oightb
city iu the United States, f beg leave
to submit a plan by which it might bo
possiulo to select a uauio which wo
would like tho whole world to cull us
Supposo Bomo broadly representative
body, such us the Press Association,
should communicate with tho respec?
tive Mayors of Norfolk, Portsmouth
and Berkley to learn whether, merely
as literury nrbitrators, thoy would
consuul to decide ou tho merits uf
such names us might bo offered them
by unknown competitors.
If those gentlemen, or other suitable
representative-- of ti e thrco communi?
ties would act aud the vexed question
bo thus hurmouiously settled, ttio suc?
cess! ill competitor would deserve a
handsome testimonial from those who
I favor progress. Citizen,
K?tlca tit muriner?.
AU the buoys in the Elizabeth river
and adjacent waters have been replaced
in position. The light schooner ''P.ush
Blull" (tho Holly i has boeu replaced
iu position. Tho "Drift" bus bean re?
placed at Smith Point. These vessels
will havo thu old distinguishing murks.
Aro you weak, nervous, or uiliug I
Then Pr. Pioree's "Favorite Prescription
brings you special help. For delicate
women, for all tho derangements, dis?
orders, nud diseases of the sex, it less?
ens pain and relieves sleeplessness, hack
neho and bearing down sensations. The
success of '*Favorite Prescription" in
curiug all the functional derangements,
painful disorders, and chronic wcakn.os
of women, warrants its makers in guar?
anteeing it. Your money is returned if
no hcuclil is rercived.
Miss LtnntE IIentv.
brron.of .SfllrfMO 1(M,
S. />?ilc(ifa..writes: "f
ctiiinnt say enough
for your Hr. Pierce's
Favorite Prescrip?
tion. For years I
Buffered from irreg?
ularity ami uterine
debility, but now I
feel iis well an I ever
?u '11 il i n in v 1 i fo .
ifS Tluinks to von for
" your Tin..rite Pro
lliss Ilcsninsox. seription.'"
y$lM Y M Q To YOU?
BUTLAND?Sn Id. uty, March Ith, H >5. at
o'clock |>. in , /.Ii I UItAII, beloved ?ifj of
tlenrgo lluttaud, age i 1 ? years.
ibe funeral will toko pla;u from Free?
mason street Kami tOhur-h I'UlM (Wednos
ilny MOUNINO, at il oclmk. Friends of
thu fa'i l j ute invite i t ? atteu I.
in, 113 and 115 Bank St.,
NORFOLK, - - - VlIlGlNIA,f&
Large St 1. k of 1 i .ishea
?sT-ltesdy for IMMI Id ATI: It) I.IVKItYl
Mole n languages lauchl practleallv nnltlir
orctlcallv after llie.inetliud ,.f the llerliu School ..1
Languages, wlMieuy pupils {earn rapidly to ppeak
1 read and write. Eight years experience
A Loss of $80,000,000 ! ! !
I.nbor ?avn.; inventions or discoveries
bavo often been ?iolently opposed oil the
ground that ihtv tako workhiKinoa'a bread
out of tboir mouths. Although experience
Iiiib ahowu tbo fallacy ol t: at theory tbe
r elm or tear, ?ras natural.
Hut it Is not to much tbo 1 ick of work an
tbo inability tu work that tuu-es povortv
nud mitleriui;. lu i upland and Widos every
WOrkiDgman n\uriigBs ton da- a of at kiioss
overy year, witlia total loss of wages for all
of about (8O.OC0.000! eryoar. Ill this country
tho losa is much Kreattr. In all >.'iiutr.es
tho prevailing discs o is Indigoat on and
dyspepsia, and its < ouae |Uoueea ? Biich us
r cumaliBin, ami other ailments.result from
impiiro blued: u resit t of dysuop ia.
.No Iborotixb, rapid nud trustworthy euro
for tb s universal and ob-tinato malady
oxistod until tlio Mt bobnurion (N. Y.) Com?
munity of BhAers place.I upon tbo market
tboir uo.r lamous ri-mc.ly <aliud t esbat.-i
Ui istin- Cordial. It is t repured fro.n roota
and herbti eiilnvato I e.delv by them Notll
lug more certain, sa u an I palatable can he
inugiuod. It i \peis tue im url ies rrom
the body by moans of tbo huaols. kidney*
and akiu, and buwarta vigor au I tone to the
inn h?upon whoso proper notion all cur
[ strength, activity nud enduranou dopen Js.
Tor man. years thu Shakor* bavo gi*cn
i aruust attention to tills slibjoetuitd ihei.'
Dual Si eves* 14 thankfully a lmttted by thu
lunltitudes who baTo buou cured bv thu
Cordial utter all other me ms havo failed.
Thu r high reputation for Kkill asherbolists,
for liouesty and religious sincerely guarau
>CS whatever Ihay rocomtiieud.
No tiiventioa tau ever take your work
| from yon it you are ublu to work. Health
I uu i strength are tlio vital < oushlorutlous.
In onter to Hud w ether tb i Shakers
Digestive Cordial is adapted t i your ram,
try :i ten-tin" bottle. Iis effect is inimo
I diute. For eate l>y n urly all druggists.
To eec our large stock of
Wo ran p'ou-e you in prico and qunliiy,
Walter J. Simmons & Co.
I For Daily Service! |
g New Supply of New Edition ?
9 at Special Low Prices at T
?\Vo liuvo just opened an exquisite liuo
of DRESS GOODS, in all tlio la'.ost novel
ties iu nluck aud colors for spring. '?S,
lu the NewoBt nud Nobbiest Stylos of
scnbon lor Waists nud dresses.
Look nt our new styl? CAPES, which
are tbevery latest desigus for Spring. '86.
Easter Parasols,
Easter Parasols.
In all the Swell and Nobby Styles of the
season just received.
Our Motto--Low Prices,
fc? Mum streot. Under Academy of Musis
Dry Ms i Millinery
Ladies' and Children's
Our Owxx stalte.
252 Church Street.
l'?e Oldest!
The Most Reliable!
1S$0 Cliurcli Streeti
?^??/VinVKY I fiANPn ??? Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry, Clothing and Mcr
1 UVJrtl>UU , i,ttii,nub o: evory description. AH collateral da
posi o I with usaro kept in the Finest Kite und Utirglar i roof Safes, which are uudcr the
protection u: the .leweler'a Security Alliauce. r^poci > 1 ltutes on aunt* ol 611*0 and over.
Ali trau Hctiona kept Strictly Confidential. Mail (-ominuuicatiuus nil! receive prompt
?=1:3-0. 1-SZZI?
(One-Minute, Thirty-four and One-fifth Seconds)
By W. J. EDWARDS, of California, on a
1 or i et 1 oaring*, Bnperlor Workmanship makoi Ilia Rambler fattest an i oa?
lout runnins lt:cyelo in t ie world. MottK r.un,. POINTS MAN >M UlCYCLE
MAUL. Call an l BOC Ui gebt an i best sto bi >\ los to bo loun.l South.
TIIONE, 180.
IDlOPiiSAIN HH5 -ri ci.ii s-i i.K xuiT^vvY^
I YAltD, NOHPOLK, VA.. Fcbiuary 27,11 HQ,
Sealed proposals endorsed "I*mjiosal? for supplies
lor the Nary.yard, Norfolk, Va., to bp oi.pue-1
March 19, IS9S," "i'1received at tu? llurcau 0f
Supplies aud Acrouuts, Navy liepartlntBt, Waib
uigtou, I? U., until 12 6 clock noon, Al irch 19, lsw,
an.I iiubliclf o|iencd immediately thereafter, to
fuiulsh at ilia Nary.yard, Norfolk, Va., nipitotliy
of lultt, r.vm, -ne.-t braes, sheet capper, iron,
patkliitt, gauges-valves, hrass und copper tubing,
i.ip n.iiugS, iice plates ana steel angle*. Tiie
snicks must conform to thu Navy standard and
p: si ttic usual naval Inspection. Blank proposals
k ii be furnished u|>on application to tbe Navy Pay
Office, Noriolk. v.i. Iho attenttcu ..r mapafae?
l-jrersan-l dealers is luritcd. Tie bids, ail other
Inliigs I. log tqual, decide 1 by lot. The Is part
uielil resern s tn ? i Igut to walvu defects or to reject
an.- o.- all bid.- i>.<: deemed advuolagtoas to iho
(iovermueut EDWIN STEWART, Paymaster
Ucueral, U. A N. mafi-wcAsaJtw
Notice to Conr. raotorsa.'
Sealed proposals " ill be received at tbe office of
th ? clerk oi ilie \Ve*t?rn Itrunch school Hoard
until WEDNESDAY, March au, ISU3, at 12 m, lor
I.Alt Ut AND MATEIIIAIi for Iho construction of
um: in: i \\ II H llu I. HOUSES at Weal Nurl.dk
und I on Norfolk, in the couuty ol Norfolk, Vs.,
in accordance with iho plans and specifications
prepared for Diu taute, n i ope of whleli maybe
teen at the office of i he clerk of t ho Keimt 1 Hoard,
on Chestnut street, Noriolk county, Va.,-oi at tho
otliceol llio ArcMUot, tleo, c Moser,over Ulli and
iuj Main streit, Norrolk. Va. The Hoard reserves
I he right to reject any and all bli*s, and will re?
quire satisfactory sour.ty for tbe proper aud
uithlul iierlorniance ol the work.
p. j. wr.niiiT,
?'. A. JAMES,
svlicol Hoard of Western Brauch District,
en's Shoes
are guaranteed to be
and warranted to wear well.
. . . OUR . . .
are guaranteed to be
First Quality Dongola,
and warranted to wear well.
means New Shoes given
where they fail to be
as represented.
A Delicious Table Water.
Reccic?u nod Ofdered by leomng pnysicinns
Pnrreli, 40 gallons, - - ?8 00
' ?? 211 .6 nil
? call.>n- water, ... - l 75
l gallon walor. ... - 4ti
Case 24 b ill Kiillou Lottl. a i n itural) ? 7 ui)
Cranliy Street, near Main Street,
Shoes. Shoes.
hiindrctl pal k uf Ladies Long Itutlon iu
tlireo stylos tan. worth $2, r diieodt?*} '1 ??
Mi ti h Shoes ii .ill i-tyliB nt tho lowest priced
iu t.ie citt.
yi'li Church stt<???'. ii urly oppusito,
Wood street.
Fresh Country Eggs, per
dozen, 23c.
Five pounds of New YOrk
State Butter for $1.
Two Cans Delaware Table
Peaches for 25c.
H. Clay Pickett,
43 Market Place.
fist); I'OS'x) PEII \V El K I -IN?; AND SELLIN)?
iJLi,) old lb liable Plater: every tun It has rusty,
worn knives,!lorks. sp uns, ?Ii ipii?aiy plated ly
dippiug In united tueial. No ? ?horli m >? or bard
work; a good si uali.n Add.e>a W. I'. IIAIlltlSON
A CO., Clerk No. 11, lulumt'tu, tdno. w?U*

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