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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 7 August 1895

of insects, reptiles, dogs and cats,?also the stinys of bees and wasps?should be instantly treated with The quickest and surest remedy for pains, aches and soreness of any kind. Used everywhere for fifty years, and sold everywhere this year. t>..?>.it??taut* ist ??h ?rsaitir? ?am< i t, * - ? baut? MSIfcai |Ss 411 tt?? ??aalst (Puri liulil ran. Kttttr. fh\\ Pain Goes <S VihenPA.ii KILLER w a % ( i:n, m\i t- i n m ?Ii l- tmpl >.tit ror alt, iri'l Int i botuca mi all a t,u lid weinet nnil , u * N ti . 11J we: Is ? !i r , Ii ?"ik l"i So hu i hm, ii mrv. I! a.:-:it* tj III I! I and W t| til ? a I i *li W 1 3 . VaIL'KN S Ag a "IVAXTKIi " I? ROAKU IN <rvM-'ll l AM l\ 1.1 v ii young iuuu alaliliiii iu um ihn land AdHiessJ l> L. caie Virgin a glvlas, It-rms mid pitrii tilari lyi .1? \y < Vi.l u \s r HK?* I i:KI 'i| nisi ? ,V> rur? al I i, sh ? i .i t iu a e. la nil nu nl?yes im' ?i charge; Hi ?t-cluu help iu do a ! klndi \i ? or k ami lo 11 ever) po-iilon a? ? ok. ...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 7 August 1895

umif^"-nli... t>iAtii.isnr.M 1886. 3PUUUSHED BYEBX MOBNOCQ EXCKP1' MONDAY. YlltUlSlAS UUitdOISQ HAIN AND COMMBKCJ8 STBBBT3. M. OLBNNAN. Owsirn._ V'iHK?IHUUUATl?N?K IUI? VlIlUlNlAN , ? LABUKlA IN BX?BSS ol ?nj ottoor , , Bauer published hi Em* ' u \ IrRiuiu. ^ii'eirculattou "' Nwlplk uud Portomou th jsereater ih?ti tu.it of *uy paper published *r circulated in the two oities.m ?it delivered iu the e tie. of Norfolk and Portsmouth aud suburbs tor III eeut* a %eak > ail sub 1 riptwus. postage paiu, S'iv -Dollar* pi-r year) Three Hollars tor mx mouths. One Hollar snd Fijty Ceiits for ihres' ninilbs, and titty Oouts lor one "a" vortUemenlj Inserted at the rato of ~> Ckms A s..t a' aVinsi ism iitiox: eu h ariose orient insertion i-T1 Cksth, or .> K:r.\r* WBT.S 1XSKI TKD KVEItl DTHKU 0AY. I olltrac tora an-not allowed to exceed their spa e or nibertino other than thoir log i Utas to business, except by paying especially tor tbe same. Tim VVkkki.y Vinmsu'i 0.1. 1.aiioi.isia>,...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 7 August 1895

Clare Could Not Hold Them Down. You Know the Rest. Ol*th Was on His Mettle and Only Lot | the Portsmouth Team Have Five Hits. The Visitors Played a Great Up Hill Game. Two Games To-Day. Tbo "Hill Glimberti"scored a victory yesterday .'rum tbe botuo team, aud lue "rouierb" for tbo "Truokers" are dot iu ab amiable ami pleusuut frumo ?jf utiud tu duy as thoy wore yesterday, "lue bujs ou the other oud of the hue nru doing tbe smiling act hui! blinking iandb with caeb ot i or, aud already voinmenla und criticisms of Wbat ?"we'll do fur tl:cuj to day" oau bo lienrd ou all sides. Of cotme this ia uierely imaginary, but it cornea pretty incur being true, us we bavo all bueu ' '.Luru before "mauy a lime, many a time." ! be visitors played a good, vleao up bill game, aud they won it ou tbuir merits us l>all players. It iu true, (tie buuio Inda had a lead of three ciiua ut tbcm, but liiat fact cut no Ug uro with t opt. Berry bill und his nieu, (or tbey just "jollied" each otber along cud wh...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 7 August 1895

?nii[ ?ULrnuii _ ormnuc The Delightful,Resort Continues ti Be an Attraction. The Married Women While Awa Their Time at Card Parties and Excursions, While the Maidens Enjoy Tennis, Bowling, Etc. Corre?Doniii'iu'o of tho Virginian. Writs Sulphur Simunos. August; _Haiety continues at the M\Vhite. No one can complain of "euuui." wit every tuotueut tilled with n dclightfi pleasure ol one klud or another, pui ticioated in by the most chiirming com pany of people. Che married wouio have their card parlies almost daih while littlo excursions add to tbo: pleasures. The beautiful and fasoiui ting muuiens with ttioir merry chatte cau be found at times, howling, ridiu and driving from early mom uutil ih shade* of de way ovo bogm to fall, daily plunge iu tho pool adds to th already rudieut color giveu ihom b the delightfully bracing mouutai breeze-. At night in the ballroom, with bonn galore sighing gently, How cau ou dream of long wmtor boors whou tt summer days with their pleasaut rem niscence...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 7 August 1895

COMMERCIftL REPORT. ; Money .lUrlini Bt Southern Assooiated Press. VCW\Y0UK, August 0-?Money on full ea<y ?t lall vor cent, olosniKut 1 percent- Ster- | Jiuk exobatiRB is e?-ier. with actual btisi. i toes* in bunk, ra' bills at 4X-.?iii4S>tJ lor sixty I ?lays and 4'.Ki;a4'J0) for ilomnml. Ported rates, t (tValU. Commcrctul bills, 483.S489. Uov irumeut bouda Brm. tur stuck mabkrt?.t.osiso bids. American Cotton Oil. VC: American Cot- i lot: Oil. pref. 741: American Sugar Hefin- { ? rut. 1141; American Sugar Ketiiierie?. pref. ( JOl: American Tobacco. Ill}; American To- ] bneco, pref. 112: Atchison. Tooeka sad i Santa Fe,-15; Baltimore and Ohio, 611: Can- . sola Pacific. 52; Chesapeake and Ohio. 21: ] I'hioago ami Alton. 16?: OhloagO. Burling son andQuiuey. '-'hi: ChicagoQaaTrust,5S}; I'eliiware ami Lackitwanua. 161: Distil cra aud Cattle Feeders. 214: Rrle. 8J: Erie. , j.eef.. 21; General Electric. :i I:" Illinois Centra), 101: I ako Erie and Western.26: Lake , trie and Western....

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 7 August 1895

WILL NOfBE ft GiDlDrV! William C. Whitney Does Not Wi for the Presidency. Ex-Secretary Tells His Friends S cerely That He Would Not Tun His Head to Secure It. His Relations Witli President Cleveland. ? William O. Whitnoy if not a cunt date for tbo presidency, lie tells : 1 itia friends, ami tolls thoin sincere that if ho could win both the nonnt 'tion aud olection by ;t simple tttrui of bis hand be would still put tunbiti ibohind hint. He means it too. Wl Iho would do in tbo ovent of Deinoon ?calling him to tbo front is nnotJ Thing. Mr. Whitnoy does not want I kioniination, but at the same tirnu ii jaafo to predict that bo will not duel it if it bo offered liim. So far us 1 ku no lunn ever did refuse u president nomination by one of thogreat politic {parties. I It is an odd thing that this m [who is in so many minds tbo most avt able Democrat for 18V8? is himself \vb Jly witltout ambit it ai. There is no hti buggery about Mr. Whitney's declii ?tion that bo is not h candiduto. Ho not...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 8 August 1895

VOL.U?NO. <>7 _ NORFOLK. VA. TH U USDAY, AUGUST 8, 1895 PRICE 2 CF.N' Items of News of Great Intere the People. The Case of Miss Flagier. SI Admitted to Bail in tlie Sum $10,000. Naval News. Man land Politics Discussed. Oilier Items. liv Suutuuru Associate 1 Fr??. Washington, August 7. The oiliue Department ollioinls kuow tug of the reported euortuge of S4 the accounts of tue lato PustU tsiillivau, of Coviugtou. (in., vvho sutttad suicide lu North Carolina, Clauoral Salmon, Cbiof of the B of A iiiintii Industry, when asked a",urd to a reported outbreak ol ' feTer in Warren eouuty, Tcnu,, t Hint the department hail Du udvit ttiu existence ot the disease et place. lie added that tho <? nuuied la not very far north Ol bouudary liue ot the Texas fovo trict, and there is inure or less ? sneut ot cattle for short di-tt serosa the line. which leud to loci lections ol very hunted extent, ai (in oouseitneuce to the euui.tr large. The following uuval orders iasuud: Passed Assistant S...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 8 August 1895

I ill uiumiui uuni LiunuL t: There Was a "t?rgo Attenda-cc ; Yesterday! Domestic Missions. Education and i Spiritual Condition of the Church. ? Dcjegntes Elected to the An? nual Conference. Women*1 Missionary Society, , , Methodist District Conferences J nsually holds three days, and tho big u*v ot the conference now iu session i at'ProTtdeuco Cburoh, l'rinoeaa Auuo county, a snort distance from Ooeano, a station on tho Virginia Peuch road, was yesterday There were present besides the tncni bers aud delegates a large number of visiting preachers and others interested iu tho educatiouul aud oiher interests ' of the church, Providence is said to bs one of the best church buildings in the county. It is u pretty frumo building well mode , and will seat about 500 prisons. I ho grove which surrounds (he edifice affords ampio protection from tho sun. an advantage indispensable to a Metho? dist Cburoh when frequently all day meetings are hold. Tho people of Princess Anne are ' noted for the...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 8 August 1895

T IQUIDS can't cure Dyspepsia, neither will dtastic griping pills of mercury. Dr. Dcane's Dyspepsia Pills ?will and do. You can get a sam? ple scut you, free for the asking, to prove it. 1 hey contain no mercury nor opium.' II you have dyspepsia, belter sen-! fur them. Uk. J. A. DE A N K CO., Eilljistou. New Y'ork. *-* a Vl'tOli. i CUM. ?? 11, !i ienved a rei t- a ?uli il '?n < o iiiui J\ .. . Our I lies ate itubb i Goods. *? scki M*v 11, ?de?, ii' ,,1,11a a CiiMMoMWEALI' S< B U ?'< i . i" . i u\ n N V . Iiy, Iiis ill recommended Apply 121 I' (i.a in i <u auS-tl I j THAT??II is employment for ~: M W? aie -i: i furH Iiiui) boiuis frit ?II ?I -aunt work WV send women uml girls N <n S* -nil E st and \V st.snd we *ls<>Turui-b woik f< :,uu i burtii ?Ire? I ?i ??? ? a l ?i i n ?? i .N . VAIDEN S A| u y. \V IN TED liOUU BOAKO IN SPANISH i A M li.Y i y .i you Ii? iu?ii wishing I? earn il language. AdtliessJ K I., cats Virgin a . .:i*'i let ail and particular* Jy* it'...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 8 August 1895

...TAM.ianr.n 1806. rUBLlBUED -EYEUY ?OKN1NQ BXOKPT MONDAY. Y1BQIN1AN BUlbDlNO. KA1K AND i OMMEHUK SlTiEEi'S. M. OUCSNAN. Ow.sr.n._ " T11K 0lKULM,ATlONOr- TUE YlltCHNIAM ?j J..ABUE1.V IN EXCELS ol any other naucr publislK d iu Ea?i ru Virginia. V \- ctrcuuitt.u >" Norfolk und Portsmouth is greater iIihii that Of any paper published or , botiiated in the two eitu ,t :e delivered iu tbe eitle? ?f Norfolk md roriamouth aud sulr.ir!.- lot lu conls a wesg. > ail subscriptions, postage pan. fc'iv Dollars per year; Three I'ollars tor --ix months. One Dollar ?nl Fifty Conti for three months, ant Ii;ty Oeuts lor one wont'. , , . AdvertUententi inserted ;>t tberateoi ? i Ckmi a s-.i Mi? Piusi in-i arjoNj on. h ?u uiietit iuiertiou "7; Cents, or f>> < k.nts ?hks ishki'tbii itvf.iM mtiikk uav. Contrac? tors are uot ?l'o?ol to exceed t eir spa >? or advertise other lhau their legi It i?ta business, except by paying especially the same. Tni: Wkkki.y Vihoimati vm- t!?i i.isiax...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 8 August 1895

rUnTpJffl? U TM N EWS j lllnnn rnrui n niinnrn I l<Vlu?.:_?_ ?i-_ '._' _ _ & ?NtiKis mm ?iyiut? he "H?! Climbers" and "Truck? ers" Break Even. orkhis Very Rank Decisions One of the Features of the Gamo. Leach and Kagey Were tl>e Winning Pitcliors. A Good Crowd Present. Tho two gauica sobcduled to tako locu betwecu the tuuins ropruueutiug ne city aud Lynchburg, cnuio off as rranyed ) cbletduy, the vuitors win lug the llret, ami the homo teum the icond. There was a fair audieuco resent, iu fact it was the largest goth nug of tho series. Kugey and Moynihau were the op nsiui; "twirlers ' in the ?rst gutuo aud .icit: whs cousuiciulilu speculutiuij iu i tho outcouie. The feet that two itru good pitchers being pitted ugtunst ach other, lending odditioual nltruc uu uud interest to the game. Thu homo I. am opened tlie urguueut, ut Ihey wore retires- iu quick anccee uu for bix 11:i iuonly two hits Imv g been fooured off Kas?oy up to that me. . Tho seventh, however, was iure produeti...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 8 August 1895

hh lutHL mm vim Ontario's Wli'ite Tent City and Government. The Citv of Charlotte on the Lake C -1 . .. ?. . cj,|y 0f Roches ter, H.t E Lichts, ... h..> and Ol her Advantages. If a porsun were to took carefully to map of Mouroe county, N. Y., ?would see north of tin-city of Hochust ut the month of tho Genesco river, tho map wore large enough, u small < lalieled Charlotte, If howero i<> look tho list uf villages and cities of I state, he would probably find tbv> ua of. the village of Charlotte, Hut rwould little think that just acros- I ariver from that vilbtgo there is it c with it full municipal government, vt jlaid streets, with shado trees and Eotuo parts electric light*?a city \v ull tho advantages of any other city, say ucthinu; of Boveraladvantages wh luuuy cities have uui. It~i usmv is ' Whito City. This municipality i>ef coiupuratin roeent dato, which accounts for tho i that it has u<<t been mentioned in n of tho official guides or maps of i statu. It...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 8 August 1895

luiTiimnuAL niruni. Etiomcv r?iiirHit? Uv Southern Associated Press. Trw Youn. August 7.?Money on en.ll easy t 1?1A per cent. closing nt 1 percent- Stor? ni exchange ii steadv. with actual busi ess in banker*' billa at 4891*489] for sixty :it? ?nd 4901*490) for demand. Posted ni ton, 90*491. Comuicreiat bills, 4881*489. Oov run,out bonds steady. TBX STUCK S4ARKKT?CLOHIBO utl>< American Cotton Oil. 253; A inerienn Cut on Oil. prof, 72]t Atuurieuu SuRir l'.ofln ries, 114h American Sugar Refineries, pref. I Ur ill: American Tobacco, ill}; Americ*ii To- | Bi< acco, pre!. 112; Atchiaou. Topeka nnd Hiitu Fe. 14{: Baltimore and Ohio, 04; Can- Sat ?In racific. 62: Chesapeake and Ohio. 21!; I Inc. ?:?> aud Alton. Infi: Chicago, liur?ni;. \V| on nmlQuiney. 90]: ChicagoOaaTrust,63A: Wl Iclaware an,i" Lacknwaniia: 16H: Distil- Wl rsand Cattle Feeder*. 2h Erie. 8|: Erl*. Sti eel.. 21: General Klectric. :'??}: Illinois Fa lentral,99l:T.ako Erie and Western .'5;: Lake tie !rle aud West...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 8 August 1895

(BEST PRACTICAL YACI1 jOharles IX Cramp Disouasos 1 . Pinost Pleasure Craft to Bo Bail Siren a Million of Mouejr What Sort iin.it v^ null] Com? Nearest tu au Itlral Standard uf Luxorj* fcoPTBionr. U95-1 HEKEisnom faeoinatl problem of pnd uf the i' tury than construction tho host ya which h u ni inj,' euuity i experience devise. No |toy, not a racing machine, uor ye gnun-of-war, hut u pleasure ci Kvhosc proportions, materials i ?equipment shall bo the most use JuMirious and effective that uuliiui tooncy can procure. The recent paouncement that Mr. Henry Met tmont'a thousand-ton boat, Oiralda not only the fustcst jacht iitlnat. |un readily he so armed that rwould be a formidable addition to (British navy, 1i?b been followed by order from u rich and famous Am lean to the firm of (.'rump it Sous ?k steam yacht bigger, faster und 1 Iter than tho Giraldu in every w ?That order will be filled, for it l< jyet by no moans truo that the lim ftions of the yacht have tircn so uca preached ok...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 9 August 1895

The Renowned Jurist Passes Away at Nashville, Tenn. Ha Studied Law at tlic University of Virginia. Was a United States Senator from Tennessee from IS8I to 1880. Appointed Justice by Harrison. Lv Somborn Associated Prong. Nashville, Teon.. August 8.?How ?11 Edniuuds Jackson, Aesoeiato .Jus tioe of the Supremo Court of tbe l ulled State**, died at 2 v, ui. at bis Tesidenoe at West Moudo, six niilea Irom this city, aged 08. Judge Jack eon bad beeu lu failing bealtb for eevernl years, but it has been only iu tbe last oiue months tbut tbu progress mI tho disease began to cause bia family ?ud iriends uuuaeiuuse. Last year bo wont ou a lengthy trip to tbe far West in -euren of bealtb. Later be went to TbouiaBville, Ga., whore it was hoped tbe mild nud brae lug climate would restore hie vigorous constitution. Tbe trip did biiu little ?rood, aud after u timo bo was brought Lome. At bis old home, surrounded by tho aceuoa be loved so well, Judgo Jackson seemed to improve steadily uutil be ?cm ...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 9 August 1895

The Various Reports Submitted and Adopted. Finance,Temperance, Spnda'y Schools, Epworth League, Board of Educa? tion. Church Theatricals Con? demned. Thanks to the People of Prospect. The third day's session of the Nor? folk District Couferjjuee began yester? day morning at 10:15. Religious services vrere couductedby Rev. J.'D. Hank, of tue East Norfolk ? circuit. After the readiug of tbo min / ^tesDr. Ray presented in writiug his J appeal frota tha cietjisiou of tho presid? ing elder ou the question of whether a a probationer has u rieht to vote for lay delegates to the Annual confereuee, - which. Dr. Garland decided iu tbo neg? ative on Wednesday, The Chair ruled Dr.Ray out of order on the ground that only two partius have a right to appeal in this case, namely: The party agneved and the . . Conference. Mr; Beauobamp dccliucd to toko tin appeal and, ou- uoiiou of Rev. .1. 1). Hank, the Conference noted au appeal. The following compose the District Board of Education: A, Coko Smith...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 9 August 1895

THE POPULAR lamnKrs^xiJrv^ niil ] IQUIDS can't cure Dyspepsia, neither will drastic griping of mercury. Dr. Deane's Dyspepsia Pills Will and do. You can pet a sam? ple sent you, free for the asking, to prove it They contain no mercury 1161 opium, ll you have dyspepsia, better send for them. OK. J. A. DEAXE CO.. Kiutttuii. New Y< ork. VI \ XTt ll. (1 ?> > a >t?:.il>- co'nred woman 10 cook ? 11 ? * 1 "ii I' rii, in. u liouic (01 one w be wll rtCOIIIIUCbdl'd. A j I'.'l i nc ii eus-ti 1 II \ 1 f?-II is em|>l yiuenl for all. iiiiiiI yiuenl tor ' i 1,1, tx liuiMM Ii r all ? lio ? tt'il wi.ii We ? hi" 1 ami i;lrla Nnrtli, ?> ?? Hi 1: -t and IV 'i. 11.1 we alt 1 i n i b aork for r-" a 1 .1 i liro V.. N... 1MHI ( Innen uirec . H VAIDEN 8 A|| u jr. a .7-if 3WA.M iiv: KXfKUIEXCKI) UUII.DlNil aad I ' n Kolli lias ? ? II nr<|iialiiteil InN.n Ik nii.l alj.uetii lew v Will pay n'alari willicoiu gnlMion l a Ion M '?! KAUM,at Atlantic Hotel, t> nfol , b. tw.o 1 2 :uid I 11...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 9 August 1895

KSTABl.tftBKIl lbt.6. njBLISHED BVEBV. AlOltJUSG BKOEVT MONDAY. UUG1N1A.N UUU.DING. MAIN AND COilMEUCK SlKlSEl'A M- GLKNNAN. Owskr. XHK ?IHOULAT1?.S OK I'UE VlttUlStAN Jt LAitUKlA IN KXOKSS ot nn> otliur mi-er pobhslnd iu K?st > u Virginia. iu circulation iu Norr?lu and Portsmouth ivKrofttor Until lh.il >.f ?uy papor published or . ncu.Bto.l iu the two eith ?. t is delivered iu the cities of Nurfull. nud Portsmouth auJ suburb; for in coots ? week. < oil subs? rlptions, nostiigo paid. Jiv. Dollars per veur; I breo I iollr.ro for i-ix uioiilbs. On* Dollar ami Fifty i euts for three moi.th". &ul MftJ Ouut- lor one ""jutverthemont* inserted at tho rate of ~'. ?bn1s a bvCAUS I'll.-i i> -iiai >Ni oa.b eubse in.eut lusertioii S7J i ksts, or 6< OKST? viii n iNsi tkii Kvmn ? riiKU uay. llontrao tor* are not nl o?e 1 10 o\co> d their spa o or advertise other tliau tboir legitimst* bubiuiss, except by uaylng especially tor tb<> same. Tbi Wivkiy VlMQlMAtl \::v ...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 9 August 1895

PORTSMOUTH NEWS _;- ?_ _ Cut of Sufficient Interest to Re-I ?quire a Cursory Glance. A Young Colored Woman Becomes Insane. He Skipped Town. Sol? diers Becoming Impatient. Chicken Thiel Shot At. Found an Umbrella. 1'be Hustings Court was iu session lor u short wliile yesterday. Air. C. E, Jones, niuobiuiat on the (UOUitors, is iu the city visiting his lain 41?. "Mra. Henry Bernard is quite sick at bur husband's resideuoe ou Washington ?tue;. Edward Chase was arrested by Con ?table Anderson for beating a woman xerv budiy. ? chicken thief was shot at iu Park View Wednesday nigbt. He was nut long iu gettii g oft'. Several persons have gone to New jioit News this week to go to work at Um s?ipynrd there. Alisa ?uio P. Weaver has gone to Poquosiou, York couuty.Ya., to spend ? tnuulh with (rieuds. A large excurstou from Durham, N. <\, came iu about noon yesterday. They will return to-day. The Chamber! boys will not uiaLe ?mich oil' Ibeir excursion, The at teuduuuo was not very large. Kot...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 9 August 1895

PROTECT SUGAR G0MS?MER8 The Price Can "no Longer be De? termined by the Trust. Protection Organs Have Changed Their Tune. No Longer Fear tor the Poor Man's Breakfast Ta? ble. The "Poor" Trust Gets Their Sympathy. The fact that .tho new tariff act pro tects tho consumers of sugar in the United States against any unjustifiable enhancement in the prices of retiucd sugars by the Sugar trnst of this coun? try itiboiug demonstrated in a way thai must, bring confusion to those poisons who but a short time ago were desig? nating it as an act drawn in tho intcrost of that ^rc-r mouopoly, says the Phila? delphia Record. A recant iucroase in the wholesale price of refined sugars in the American markets has already had the effect of bringing into compotitloil with such sugars substantial quantities of foreign rcsim;d sugars, tho importation of which was practically prohibited by the terms oi the McKinley act. It is now manifest that wheu the Sugar trust is? sued its recently published edict tha...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
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