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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 5 September 1895

Act almost instantly, speedily curing the ?oat obstinate cases. Rheumatism cured in from 1 to 3 clays. Dyspepsia ami all plomach troubles quickly relieved. Catarrh positively cured. Head?cho cured in 5 minutes. Nervous diseases promptly cured. Kidney troubles, Piles, Neuralgia, Asthma end all Female Complaints quickly cured. Munyon'a Vitalizer imparts new life nml ?vigor (o weak and debilitated men. Ask your druggi-t for n 25-cettt vial of one ol Jilunyon's Cures, and if you are not bene? fited your money will bo refunded. This Company puts up A cure lor every disease i_ ? ? \? a Trail*. t\\l.t:s.Mi:\ WANTED lo carry dry goods a* :i ?> ?Ida I tie; liberal <o n, ?.... " HRYN MAWi: ?III.Us, -l i i'!?? i inn i if. .I'll ludet u la. toi,? \\*7\SIID in . -irl. 10 u ake b k i- :il 1111 M Nu ?'L\ i III IT IV KIS ? VW'KK- i.u .,1 Btcud? Work. ?e ? it' tXl'l l( IH' .!> SA1 I SI.APIKff \\ \ M W. IS..;.!!?. -. . bun !i rltreel WASTED \f VMAMED Ix e mi 'J lady c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 5 September 1895

KSTA11I lslIKl? 1816. JP?BIiISnED KVLBY. MOUN1NQ SXCEPT .MUNt>a\. MBQLNlaN UUILD1KU. 11A IN AND COMMERCE HlTlKBi'd. M. ULENNAN. Owner, THE CIRCULATION UK TUB VIRGINIAN ja LARUEIA IN EXUB8S of any other taper published iu East mi VTrgiUi 1. * it* circulation iu Norfolk and lortsnioulti iBKtuater timu that of any paper published or i-iveuiutcd in the two cities. .t :s delivered tu the cities of Norfolk auJ roriHinouth and suburb- lor HI coots a neak. Mail subscriptions, postage paM. tf?v.- Dollars per year; Three Dollars To: n tnombs. Quo l>ollar ami Fifty Cents for three ntueths. aud Fifty Ooutn to: ono iv out ? . -. - Advertisements in cm : at the rate Ol <' Ckms a ?.uai kViiisi ixsKinioNi en ll subse? quent Uiiortiou i'7t Cknts, or .'> 1 ' knts ?hks iXsKl tw? KVllllt oiiikii i'at. I'untrso torr. are uot idloaod to o\ce> d Huirspa o cr mhertiao other than their l9giiim?lo busiuess, except by paying especially tor the same. Tbk W...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 5 September 1895

PORTSMOUTH NEWS Small Local News Picked Up, Pol? ished and Put In This Column. Awaiting a .Claimant For a Steer. The Port Norfolk Cars and The Sewers. Fined SB tor Cruelty To a Horse. Other Late News Noles. Tho city employes will be paid to *ITie force has uot vet resumed work ou tho electric rouU. 1 ..' "pud dog nun killed on South street ?\.' 'lift Sbuuuou. lttb,u - whs known uround tbo courthouse as L,UBiuU day, ?Mary lliil was b^mniitted to jail yes ttrdav for thirty days i?r ?toalluR. Several people tumbled iu tho sower opening ou High street inst night. the Httstiugs Court will oouToue to? day. 1 hero will be no graud jurv. High street is m .-i terrible coutiitioD ou account ol the laying ot ihu sewer pipes. Tb.0 remuiuder of, tho mouitors will Iokvo tho yard thu?/moruing ut 5 o'clock ior Philadelphia. A uiartisu-'j ii(.euoo wus issued yestor day to Jf.'uios W. Hollius to wed Mary Elizabeth Hapoll. Mr. O. D. Hall has returned from tho Hookbridgu Aluui Springs much improved iu ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 5 September 1895

Some Bright Notes to Interest the Fair Sex. The Ladies Suburban Club of Chicago. Harriett Beecher Stowe and a Sor? rowing Mother. The Old Maids are all Right. A Lesson from the bast. i Ko more does trio weary sunnrnauiio 'wander aimlessly up and down tho city streets waiting for a homo bound train or tako n refuge in the reception room of ouo of tbo largo stores. The subur? ban woman now has a resting place of ?box own, within easy reach of the shop? ping district, and heartily does she ap? preciate it. On tho third story window of Ko. Jf>7 fWabash avenuo may be scon iu gilt let? tering, "Ladies' Suburban club.''aud an elevator leaves you nt tho door of a 'bright, sunny room, fitted up with easy ?hairs, couches, tables, a piano, flowers and plants, aud any amount of pretty knickinacks. which give it an indescrib CAMK IN loll REPAIRS. ably homelikeappoaranoo. The appotite of the suburban woman is well catered to, aud buck of tho sitting room are a Brhmbor of little round t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 5 September 1895

COPEnCIU REPORT. Rlaiiav SInrfcel. Nkw YortK. Sept. 4.?Money on cull easy it 1 per cent. closiug nt 1 par cent, Sterl? ing exnunuge is steady,with actual busiucss lu bans'bills at 4s:'aISO*. Tor sixty days ami 4K'.l,al'.0 for demand, rested ratos. 4nHa ?iO. Commercial bills, IBiUlBij. UoTorn Saeat bonds tirm. TBE BTOCB MARIE xt? CLOSISO UIUH. American Cotton OH. 24: American Col ton Oil. prof, 721t American Bugar HeGii i-rirs. 1145: American Sugar Henneries. pr>', 101: Americsu Tobacco. 911: American To? bacco, prof. HO: Toueka and Aschlson, Santa Fe. 221 ? Baltimore and Obio, liSI: Can ada PaciBe. 574: Chesapeake aud Ohio. 21 i; Cbiongo and Allon, lt'.it: Chicago. Hurling ton and Quincy, HOJs Chicago Oai. Traat. t'.4'-, Delaware and Lauknwnutia, IB" |i siT ers nud Cattle Fi-oders. ?OJ: Erie. 9!: Erl-, feel.. 25: Qeueral Electric, 'i*i- Illinois Central,106}: l.ake Erie ami Weateru.201:Lake F'rio ami W. stern, nref.. 801: lj?ko Shore, 161: : I.nuisvillo nud Nnahvillr. 65:...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 5 September 1895

there Are Fagins at Work in New York, Children As Sneak Thieves. There j Are Said lo Be a Dozen Organ ized Schools. Organized Cam' paign Agnjnsl Them. The Sign of the Black Swan. Tho traiuiug of obildron as criminals I is nn industry which has now attained such formidable proportions in Now York that an organised attempt is at last to be made t;> put an 'Mid to it. There uro now. according to Ute investl gations made into the o\il by Anthony Conistock. fully a dozen stu b schools tu the metropolis. All arc well managed und seem to be conducted >n accordance with a perfect system. Tho little ones tiro taken usually from the rural dis? tricts and brought to Now York with the ostensible object of finding them honest employment They aroconverted into sneak' thieves and pickpockets by trainers employed for this special pur? pose. There must bo, according to the computations of the Society For tun Prevention of Crime, about 1,000 hoys and girls frcuu 10 to 13 now und...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 6 September 1895

TOL* L?NO. 90 NORFOLK, VA. Fill DAY, SEPTEMBER (5 1895 PllTCE 2 CENTS THE POLICE COMMISSIONERS Officer Snyder Arraigned Before the Board on Serious Charge. He Is Under the Complaint of a Girl Named Maddie Cousins, Who Says That the Officer Is a Parly to an Assault on Her. The Officer Testifies. Tbo Police lionrd held a meeting at 4 o'olook yesterday ufternoou. Pres eut: Conitntssiuuurs Polton and Ver dier. Mr. Vordier presided. A letter wua received from Mr. W. SI. Oreekmiir, whuso application was before thu Poord ut its last meeting for u position on the force, requesting tho Pourd to nllow hiut to withdraw it, cm bu bad Btiuurod a more lucrativo position, Tbo request was granted. Uflicor tiuyder was before tbo board to nuswur a complaint preferred against him for haviug sometime last *prmg boon a pnrty to a criminal os ?uult committed by a colored man tunnel Touy Keeling, on thu person of a girl uamed Muddie Cousins, l'> years of age. Thu evidouoe of Mr. M. Cross, who m...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 6 September 1895

THE DI81LPE?li W. C. T. U. Work in Norfolk and Vicinity. ' Interesting Reports Presented At the District Convention Yesterday. The Y.'s Arc Doing; Good Work. The Moffit, Mem , orial Day. Tho District Convention, ot the W. O. T. U. oonveued iu tho Old Presby? terian Charoh in Berkley, tho District President, Mrs. A. C. Miley, iu the chair, iho other ofllcors wero duly iu their plaoes. Twenty-eight dolegatos were Droaeut from Atlautic City, lierk ley, Branibletou, Bay Side, Ports mouth, Newport Nows, aud tho Y-'s. Mrs. Webb gave o mo-.t oluboruto ? end iuterestiuR report of purity work, and of tho Floreuco Critkooden llorue. showing that fifty four entries havo been made thero daring the pu=t year, ol'tvWm eight woro ohildrou. Twelve of these are living m Christian homes as helps; olevou have gone to their families or friends; four children havo passed awny from earth. Many sud aiid interesting cases wero cited of tho Vbrk uouo at the Florence Crittendeo florue. Interesting repor s of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 6 September 1895

M U N YON S HQ M OE ? PAT Hie. REMEDIES , Act almost Instantly, speedily curing the most obstinate eases. Rheumatism cured In from 1 to 3 days. Dyspepsia and nil Stomach troubles quickly relieved. Cutarrh positively cured. Headache cured in 5 luinutes. Nervous diseases promptly cured. Kidney troubles, Piles, Neuralgia, Asthma end all Female Complaints quickly cured, ?luuyon's Vitaliser imparts new lifo and Trigor to weak and debilitated men. Ask jour druggist for n 25-cent viul of one ol Alunyon's Cures, and if you are not bene? fited your money will be refunded. This Company puts up A cure fbr every disease V? \ > I I i.. AN HD--Flnt-etaM retail clothing .alratifan; 'I only t o<-?ll.i e\| iil ine ami e la II Ibid ti aile n e 1 apply; salary no object aud alloouiiui bLatioe* conSdeiitlal. Address Ot-OHOE, cnS-to' V.rgin an OfBce. 5 ??t SALESMEN WASTED I? carrr dry good* na ? p m ie hue; liberal co ? nilsilon. KliYN MAW'U MILLS, tU 1 best Ulli street, PbllndelpC...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 6 September 1895

>\s 1 Al.l.'.Sll 1 t> 18r>6. JBLISUKD KVEBx" MOHNINQ KXCJJl'X , MONDAY. VIBGlNiaN 11U11.D1NO. MAIN AND COMMEItCK STHBHTd. M. (}l.ksnan. Owned* Tlllv OlttCULATlO.S UK THE VllllilNIAN fa lAHUELA' IS EXCESS of an} other u?i>er published lu East, ru VlrKiuia. ? /is circulation in Norfolk and l'ortsmonth ts v,reRt?r ?''au that of any papor ixiqlisbeil .?rvireuiated in the two eitiua. it'? delivored iu the cities of Norf.nk and ; .Portsmouth and Btiu:;rh< lor in cents a Weefc. V.nil sub - riptiona. pust-igo pant. j\ve Hollars per year: lureu llollnri tor MX luomhl, One Uol'lar and Kii'ty Cents for tbreo mouth*, au.l li'ty Oont- for ono Adxertbements inserted at the rate of 7"> Ckmb a Ski'At ab'lli-i iMsnrxioN: eieh sUusc- i quent insertion 37} Cunts, or 6i Ci:nt.? v hi > iNsr i tkii r.vi-uv i TilKU oat. Ctuitrac <ors are not nl'ono l to cweo. i tl aircpa o or advertise otbor than llioir lejjr-uufto feu...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 6 September 1895

PORTSMOUTH NEWS mi about i cm I Pen and Pencil Sketches of Yes? terday's Happenings. Mr. W. H. liceks in Baltimore. A Leiter From Mrs. John A. Mc? Donald. Returned to ll>c Deal and Dumb Asylum. Bro/.o A Chicken's Eack. ltev. J. W. Mitchell and iutmly bavo returned tu the city. There will bo a meeting of the Bebool Board to night. No atresb) wore reported at the Station house lust IligbV. Airs- Maggie Murphy returned front Gloucester county yesterday. Willie Fiuuugan was aeul on to Ibe Couuty Court for buiisebreuking. Mrs. Charles L. Mathe\vs has re? turned from u trip to t'obb's Island? Head thu advertiaetneut of Geo. S. Hell lu auoiher column and cull as directed. Mrs. (J'irr and I:er daughter, Mrs. It, E. King, returned last uigb; Iruui haw Springs, N. ('. 11 There was a beautiful rainbow arouud iho muou last night, It attracted cou ildeiablc atteutiou, MibS Hope Carr,wbo has been pend im: Iho weeks of August in York coun? ty, returned to the- ody Monday, ''1 be Inucral...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 6 September 1895

The Financial Faith of a Prominent Prohibitionist. vVhy He Opposes Free Silver. The Charge That the Law of 1873 Was a Crime Has Never Been Proven. Tho Past Experi? ence With Currency. In a letter published in The New Em, Chairman Saniuol Dicvkio of the Prohibition national committee outlines his views on tho currency question as follows: . Without nmlortuking an argument iu behalf of any proposition heroin, I sub? mit tho following as in part a declara? tion of my financial faith: First.?Upon any satisfactory plau for equalizing the intrinsio and nom? inal valne of our coins I am a bimetal list. Au international agrouiucut or au Increased ratio might sufliciontry ap? proximate tho dosirod result. To de? crease tho amount of gold in our gold coius might accomplish tho sumo cud, trat would be a palpable fraud. Second.?Ab between gold mono motullism aud silver monomotulrisjii I unhesitatingly dnolare for tho former. As to free coinage?several years ago when this question begun to attra...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 6 September 1895

nimior .llnrK?-?. New Yohk. Sept. 5.?Mouoy on 0*11 easy at la2 per oont.closing et 1 per cum. Mori- j iug exonnuge is nrm, with actual business in bane' billa ut 4S nlH'J} Tor elxtv dnya end eft'J ai'JU lor deninud. l'ostod rates, tst'a 4!0. Comn.orci.tl Lills, <8<aUJSL Uovorn Bivot bomla firm. ihe STOCK MARKET?CLOSI SO lilts. American Cotton OH. 2:1}: American Cot? ter. Oil. prof, '21: American Sugar Itoftn tr ?b, 1131; An ericuu Sucar liounoriott. pr?f, 108}: American Tobacco. 05; American To bn.-c >. prof. HI): Toneka llttd Ateliison. Paiita Ft), 21]: Ualtliuoro nml Ohio, G'?: 1 mi tula raviflc. 671: Chesapeake and Ohio. 211: Chicago and Alton, 10,1; Chicago Ituriing- | ton aud tJuincy. Wi Chicago Qa* Trost. 031: Delaware and Laeknwauua. 1G2>. I list ti? ers aud t'attle t-'oeilers. 203; Erie. BJ: Erie. ; pecf..'ill: Ueuoral Electric. 3?|: Illinois: Ceulrul,lU51;I.itke Erie and Western 20: Lake : Eric aud Wi stem, prcf., S;>: ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 6 September 1895

Theory That the Alleged Murderer Used Nitre-benzine. Sodles Which are Placed In This Deadly Chemical are Completely Dissolved. Instances or Some Notorious Murderers Wlio Were Scientific Man. , The mystery which Burrounds (ho ?Iis tvppctiranco of soiuo of t ho aliened vic? tims of Dr. IL H. Holnics has sot a Buffalo chemist to thiukiugand theoriz? ing, and he iins produced u most novel theory regarding (he method probably used by Bolmca to make away with tho ?bodies of Eomo of bifl victims after nil ?the little preliminaries in tho way of ?collecting insurance money and tho liko had been concluded. Holmes is it man of scientific Ideas, a man who has kept abreast with tho inarch of science in nil its branches, and who has been apparently something of a pioneer in research himself. This is shown by tho discovery in his Chi? cago '"castle" of it most mysterious flu? id, composed principally of petroleum, Vilich, when QU ncid was added, threw ?ff n gas which canscd death in a short time....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 7 September 1895

IHE GREAT DUM TRIAL The Skeleton of Defense is Begin? ning to be Faintly Visible. It is Considered Certain That the Trial Will Be a Long One, The Dead Girl is Represented by a Beautiful Doll. Inter? esting Testimony. San Francisco, Hopteuibor 0.?Tho tkelutou of defense in the gruat Dur raut trial in begniuiug to lie faiuily ?visible. Whether thoy huvo tbo sou eatiounl ovideuco tbat thoy huvo lituted will clear Durraut completely *>r not, they will try tlio I'olioo Do piirtinont. Tbero will bu a whole lot hi tbe trial ubout the blindness of I>olieo und their fatuoiisuess in ignor? ing every clew that did not coincide with thoir preconceived idea thut Lhirraut was the guilty man. By disputing every proposition of (ho prosecution uud assuming nil the ?luiu tbat the police uro turning every? thing ugaiust the prisouer, thoy will raise a cloud of contention und sur iniaes that, with what evidoi oo they will produce of Durraut'a previous .good oharacter uud tlm alibi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 7 September 1895

I'll CLIMBERS" IT Hi IT The "Crows'" Percentage Nest Swinging From the Third Limb. Tho Home Team Put Up Their Usual Strong Game and Lynchburg Went Down with a Dull Thud. Other Games and Notes of the Diamond. THE VIRGINIA LEAGUE GAMES. Norfolk. 0; Lyuchburg. 0. Petoreburg, 9; Portsmouth, 0. Kiohnioud, 11; Houuuke, 4. Wliore ttiu Clubs I'lav '1'O-llaTa (.TUuliburt: In Norfolk. a'oriBiiiouiU In I'elorabiirs:. ltoniii>Ui< In Norfolk* Stmiitlutf nl I Ik- ? Won. Richmond. Jjyuchb .rg.60 Norfolk. Portsmouth. ?''?? l'etersb.irg. 52 ltoaneke. . 4tf Korsplasb, bang, kertlup, kerwhuck wout thu bull, uud away bopped uiuo ?'Crows" around tho circuit ol tho bases at Loaguo park yestorduy alter boon. It wtiB a regular old time slug? ging mutch so far as tho Norfolk club was concerned for every ''Crow" had ono or moro graius uddcd to his store of tbut which is substantial, uud ibu substantial spokuu of ou this occasion Is what is kuowu iu tho baiebuil world as hits. Did thoy b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 7 September 1895

J I QUIDS can't cure Dyspepsia, *-** neither will drastic griping pills of mercury. Dr. Dcanc's Dyspepsia Pills will and do. You can ?et a sam? ple sent you, free for the asking, to prpve it. They contain no mercury nor opium. If you have dyspepsia, better send for them. UK. J. A. DEANE CO., Eingstou. New Yoik. TV ? -vri'.li. ? 80VK ' SO sixOEK "I N' -11.1? A It I I.I TY J\ wlsbea |o?ltloo n church ctioir; bliifa-cliu to iliu ululs; |mI|i I >?! ii ?- !?? i matters, of i ? i- conn Irv. A ilreii "O. M.," boa 4'i, Claremoat, V?. ie7-la* Hi'an tin -First-c'ass retail ? othing talesman; 11 only i os-witt eiperi Iii? ami eta llabvd tiadc a e i :<p, > y - .1 .it> im ..i.j.-? i aul ;l! m?. Ii slloua confide t a . ' Address Ol OKGE, care "I Yirgiu an onlce. aeS-SI CAL.ESMEN WASTED to carry dry goods a- n O tlil? liuo; liberal co.mlsil. ItltYX 11 AW It Ml l.I S, .'14 i best aul street, l'hllailel|il la, re -Two girli ?????ke b-k -i- al l in: i Heady...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 7 September 1895

>?TAULf*Ut'.i> IS 16. PUBLISHED KVEBV MOUNINQ JSXCKl'r MUNUA.V. ' V1HQ1N1&N liUTLDlNG. MAIN AND COMJIEUCB SI KEEM. M. QEENNAN. ?WXEU ?iilEOliiOUEATlO.S?K TUE YlUlilNlAN a EAltOKLA IN EXOES3 or ?uv other jaoer published iu Eas: ru Vir^iui i. Its clrcula?ou in Norfolk und Portsmouth >s greater xni>u ot Rn-V lml>01' published or iircuiate.1 in tho two citioa. .t tB delivered in the cities of Norfolk uud rortsuiouth aud suburb- ror IU ceuts ? sveak. Ma.il sub? riptMns, post >ko paid. ?*iv.- Dollars por roar; Throe Dollars lor sis Aioutpa, Quo Dollar und Fifty Uvuts for ?hro moivtlis, and lirty Cent* ior ouo caontb. Adxertitetncnts im-erted ?t tlipr.itool ? > Ckms a Kras.KEiu-i is-i UTloN; on Ii sause oneut insertion :>7l Cbnth, or ."? Ousts ?BKJt ISski TBIl KVEBt ? mica t?Ar. routrao tors are not oHowo 1 to pico-d tlurspa.o or advertise other than their lOKiimato tnitiiusi), except by pay...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 7 September 1895

POHTSMOUTHNEWS The School Board Meets in Reg? ular Monthly Session. The Principal of the High School Asks For An Assistant. There Are 1,589 Children Enrolled In the Public Schools. New Fifth Ward Teacher. The Sohool Board held their regular monthly meeting last uight with tho following ruembcrs present: U. Hattou, president; D. A.'Williams, B. P. How oil, 0. O. Peed, W. D. Miutor, Robert Glover, John P. Lawrouoo, F. O. Young. The minutes of tho last meeting were read and appoved. The Committee Jon, Building? and Buppliea made a report m regard to painting tho school rooms, which was ordered to be placed on record. The Committee ou School Regula? tions mado a report ou tho reeom- j mendatiou of tho principal of tho iligh Bchool, aaking for uu nasistant teochor, which they recommeuded to bo grunted. On motion, tbo report was referred to the Fiuaaco Committee. Tho Superintendent submitted his report,showing tho numbor of scholars on rolled at the beginning of the eoesiou to bo 1,580. H...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 7 September 1895

TRIMMING HIDES. Ott) Tanner'* Trim as Adopted by the Tanaer*' Hide and Leather Asaoulatlon. The hide houses are crowded with country hides which tho tanners refuse to take because they are not properly trimmed. Tanners, butchers and dealers ought all strive to improve the condi? tion of hides and skins for market. With a view to assisting in this improvement is hero reproduced from tho Chicago Hide and Leather an illustration show? ing the usual form and trim of a hide taken off by country butchers, along With directions for the tanner's trim. The "tanner's trim," as adopted by tho Tanners' Hide and Leather associa? tion of the United States, is showu by A COUNTRY mm:. , t)ho dotted lines, indicating what should 'be tnkuu off, and the letters a nnd b show bad form in skinning. In tho tan? ner's trim those instructions are ob? served : Taltu off lower Jaw nnd upper lip behind tho BpBtrilS. Tie- pate between tho eyrs. Th" borni un>l ears. The obenk, when throat is out acros...

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