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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 13 September 1895

comrcim mm. Planer Mark?!. Ilv Southern Assocmto I Prolf. Nkw York. Kept. 13.?Money on o:ill oasy < 9t 1 per oent, elosiim ut 1 p.-r cent. Sien-I tue exnhnuge is steady, nun actual business In bankers' bills at 480al89i for Bixty iluys | eud 4Ho,a4V0 lor demaud. Posted rat?-'. 48'Ja l'.O. Conimeroiul bills, 483ul33j. Govern tum; boiulB lowor 1 uk stock maukkt?i losixu bids. American Cotton Oll. 221: American Cot ton Oll. pref. 711; American Sogar UoOn *" i's. Iii; .\inp.j nn Sugar Refinerios. pi"f. JO' Americau Tnb co. 9S(; Auier'cau T<> I neco. ]?!.?'. t?7: Topeka and AtVhison. San tu Po. 00J: PnIMraoro and Ohio. fIBl: Can? aria Pacific, 5C1 (Ii.-.knanl Obio, f0>: Chioago und Alton,IfiJI bid; Ohicngo.Bur?u - tonnndQn'incv. H7j|; Chicago Qi? Trust. r.';j Delaware nnil I.aokawann*. I6M: l> stil ersaud Cattle Feeders. 181 l'?U..n Brie. Jiecf.. 22J: General Kleelrlc. 88; I'liuois ('? nlral.irS: Lake Brie aud Wcsteru.2f>J...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 13 September 1895

1 BIlHYJj IIS The Alleged Murderer Relates the Story of His Life. . He Explains or Attempts to Explain Some of tlie Mysteries of the Chi? cago House. Information as to His Strange Career. Willing to Face the Law. f Herman N. Mudgett. known to the. {?vorhi as H. H. Holmes, the alleged unurdcrcr of numerous inen, women und children, has prepared the following nutobiographical sketch: Oomo with mo if you ?will to a tiny, ?quiet New England village, nestling jamoug-the,picturesquely ragged lulls of '.New Hampshire. This little hamlet has tfor over a contrury been known as Gil Imnnton Academy, so called in honor of tan institution of learning of that nuuio. ifoundod over 100 years ago by n low self jdenyiug and (-rod fearing men, who. if (they could leave their silent resting [places in the churchyard near by und ?wander ouee again for no hour through thc.so quiet streets, would, with the ex? ception of now faces, see little change. [There, in the year rHOl, I, Heinum N. {MudguK, "the au...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 14 September 1895

PRICE 2 CENTS I iOlli?f BUSINESS Oun and Bradstreet's Commericial Agencies Give Interesting Facts. At the South the Fall Trade is Open? ing Up More Freely Than Antici? pated. The Tendency to Re? action in Prices Among Food. Staples Continue*. llv Southern Aaiociated l'rosg. New 1'oitK, September 13. ?Brad atreet's'to-iiiorrow will say: The week Jh characterized iu trado circles by au Vnexpected, but uu less prououuocd improvement South and South wont. *L'Lus is reflected by the supplies t at are distributed to these rogious. Rela? tively uulavorubia features are found ia a quieter tone iu dry goods jobbing circles; a check to seasonable trade throughout the central West to the unusual heat; low price* for men's wear. win.lens aud on unsatisfactory outlook duo to depressed quotation abroad; only moderate ordern lor domestic woolen manufactures; cauccllatiou of a few' jNebtaska general merchandise orders at Chicago und the somewhat critical position of the American t:u plate in dually...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 14 September 1895

Some Very Remarkable Exhibits at the Park Yesterday Afternoon. Portsmouth Refused to Play. The First Game Was Forfeited to Norfolk. A Conference, and a Cham? pionship Game Won By Portsmouth. THE VIRGINIA LEAGUE GAMES. Firat Gome?Norfolk, Ports mouth 0, forfeited. Second Game?Portsmouth I; Nor? folk 2, Lynehburg, 7: Koauoko, 8, Piohmond, 10; Petersburg, 7. Wbcro llic- Ulllbi i'i at I'o-Oav. X>ort?iuomlt in Korfolu. 1.1 uclilMirs In lloaiioUr. Pelentburst Ilirlununil. Blandina <?> <>??- Cluba. Won. Richmond. Lyuclib rg. I'S Tort nioniu. <u Nortolk. M Tuu-rsbiirg . Koauoko. . &l The excitement nud interest iu the notional game was at fever heat yester? day afteruoou, aud a largo number of ladieR und gontleiuen gathered at League Park to witness tbo ;secoud of the last series of games between tbo Norfolk and tho Portsmouth clubs. Promptly at I o'clock .Mr. .Mitchell called "Play,"aud Mills,who.hernia the batti...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 14 September 1895

THE POPULAR CIGARETTE MILD AND PURE, KANxr.m renn BT ALLEN & G1NTHR Shaky Nerves, twitching fingers, a sense of prick - ling all over the body, are due to jjoor digestion. Dr. Dearie's Dyspepsia Pills cure (not merely relieve) -? it Cot ins of dyspep? sia, heartburn, and tick headache. A to il is cheap. Send i?>;lal for u PRKK sample, DR. J A. DEANE CO., Kingston, New York. At DlUIEUU'i W \ >'! ? El. "It' A N't i-.i liti-*wi rtliy i era jn lu tr.T.-l r.ln.i "t iTSU end exp ?< til hwui i i i in? tail i ?dir > .?.( Mumped eiivi op - I Ut>. I ST, U x *?}','' C lc_o. ^e:l->u.>ll t ?| WO 01 It U W ?VI! II tu ? ? k l*?kel uia Ii a* I ttTHI SOP. im K i ItU IT PACKING WOK ?vi-, (loud Mead) <?? rk-. ari.i-.t' ? I* all ion h) uxp ri ae ouulaol an.I ikko p.- ai manager an t all rouud i ns - ran u>aii;L> >: lu.anawf. Addreai boa Sal Nor? folk - c; :t-1?? 'ASrT.I' ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 14 September 1895

i - i wu.isuK.n 1B'J6. PUBLISHED KYUUi MOHN1NU EXCEPT MUNUA\. VIRGINIAN MUbDlNO. MAIN AND COMMEUOKSTBBBTd. M. GL.ENNAN. Owski? XUh ?J1HOUL.AT10.N OK THE VI mil MAN If I.AHOKIA IN EXCESS ? ?! ?u. other Mpet published in Bmi t u Virginia. it* circulation in NortoU and I'ortfuioutti h-preater Hum that >?! huv papei published or ", rottiatetl in the two cities. ? t is delivere-il In the eitles of S.?rf dl. ana Port?uioiuh and ?Ubltrl.-i for 10 cauls ? week. Mail sab?rlptions, postage paid. Fiv. Dollar? pur year; three Dollars tor -ix inonir-e. One Dollar an I Kilty Cents for thro- months, an 1 fifty Oouts ror one i. .'lit Adxertit-eiui ui- iut-erte.l at the retool, ? > Ckmh AlHlvKh. is m:;. en. I) subse? quent iiiBortion ~> Cksts, or ."> ? 1 WW:N lNSKl TKIf kvku1 ? lll.lt l>.\V. Contrac? tors arc not nhowo.i to exceed their space or ndvertiBB other than their leRinraito busiucBS, .sc.pt b) paying especially for the mine. Tm wfkki.v ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 14 September 1895

II Hi ?i I cut Gleanings of an Interesting Nature Gailiered at Many Points. The Port Norfolk Electric Cars. A Largo Drain Pipe Broken. Dog Owners Fined. Gored by a Cow. A Number of Dis oriicrly Women Fined. To day cuds tho baseball season. Cooler weather is proiuisod for to? day. The early closiug of tho stores ended lust night. Mr. B. E. Cuipeppor iB still coulincd to his bed. Key. Mr. Mitchell is sick at hii homo on South street. There was an immcuso crowd at Port Norlolk last ulgbt. The men at the railroad simps rather like ine half holiday on Saturday. There are ouly lifty-livo prisouers in tho comity jail uow a'ud liveiu theoity. Head Hie add of a white girl wanted in h private family, aud apply as di? rected. Lortsninnth oi| eots to win tho hon? ors nqaiu to day. IJraudt will do the toasiug. 'I ho Knights of Dixio havo changod their moetiug nights from Fridays to Mondays. A marine was looked up yestordny for disorderly cuuduct ia tiosporl Thursday night. The crowd that wont fr...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 14 September 1895

Free Wool Opens the Way to Com? mercial Freedom. Protectionists Fighting Hard to Re? pair Their Barriers. Wool Tariff Their Objective Point. Earm ers byes Are Opened. Manufacturers Next. There is good method in tho madness With which the Republican press attacks tho wool schedule of tbo senate tnrill act. it is excellent tactics. It is mass? ing tho troops ou tho broken conter. It is tho "stitch in time" that may "suto nine." It is a vain attempt to retrieve an irretrievable blunder by the protec? tionists that dominated the senate. s>o we have tho assault all along the line. Weave gravely told that thomeroappre? hension of nntaxed imports of wool sent millions of domestic sheep to the .sham? bles, ouo reckless paper stating their number tit over 00,000,000. Others, more cautious, estimate that tho slaugh? ter has diminshed the home clip over (U,000,000 pounds. Doleful, pathetic pictures are drawn by these word artists of the miserable condition to which the merely impend...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 14 September 1895

mmm report. MlllluV MiirU'-l. Ity Soutboru Assoomt? i i'nm. Nr.vv Yo'BK, Sept. 13.?'Money on call more * 1 f> at 1 h i ?!?? ci i t .cit ?.-.,; at 11 pel cent. Merlin? exeuuuue is weaker, wttb actual business in bankers' bills at 4S'atS'J{ tor sixty days and 4t>*.i at'.4) for demand, rented rates. 48tfa4fO. Couimereial bills, .8;-a4B3;.. liuvoriiuient bonds steady. TUK STOCK MAIiKl.T? CLOS1XO tuns. American rotten Oil. 22: American Col? ton Oil. l ret. Tfii; American Sugar Rofln eriis. 1(15).: American Sugar ilofinerics. pr'-r. 991 American Tobacco. 05}: American To lacco. prof. MIT; Topeks and Atcliison. > Santa Fe. IpJ. Baltimore and Obio, US}; Can. eds Pacific, IMS: Chesapeake and Ohio. 20: Cbiongo and Alton, 163: Chiong*. ttnrliutr ton end Quiocy, 85); Chieago Gaa Trait. iW: Delaware and Laoknwanna. 1G.1; D'stil ersand i'uttlo feeders, is' Rrie. 8J. Kri?. reef.. 22: Ooneral Kleelrle. 37{- Illinois Contra),102: Lake Erie and Westeru.25s L*k" Erie r...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 14 September 1895

CONCERNING MILLET. Popular Vaxlrtics Dcacrlbrd The Value ol Millet for Fodder- l'antorp itnd Bee iL Tho number of Bpcciea known as mil lot is very large und includes nearly nil tho grasses whose grain is used fur hu? man food, with the exception of wheat, rye, oats, harloy und rico. Indian corn is known as millet in India, and Eomo times in France. The use of tho millets In tho United Stated is almost wholly as a fodder for cattle ami horses, the gen? eral cultivation of Indian corn prevent? ing thoir u*o to any considorahlo extent as a grain crop. In ninny parts of tho old world, however, the millets nro grown especially fur their seed. The sev? eral kinds of millet are becoming ap? parently more and tuororestricted to tho (section of the country t<> which they are bust udnpted. Hungarian grass has now EL'SG.VnULN. OKKMA*T. COMMOK. for many years been must popular at tho cant, where the seasons are abort and' tins droughts nut nuutnally severe t loin ?juoii mi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 15 September 1895

PRICE 2 CENTS FROM THE NATOIN S CAPITAL Matters of More Than Passing In? terest Made Public. ] The Final Settlement of the Claim of This Government Against Spain. Cramp, the Shipbuilder, and Secretary Herb;rt. The Gold Reserve. Bv Soullicru AsauuiatuJ Press. Washington, September 14.?Aftor tooro tbau twenty years uf uego tiatiuns, which several times threat? ened to briug about strained rulatioos between Spuiu aud tbe Uuited Stales, ? draft for the amount uf tbe indem? nity detuaudud by this Government for tbe coniiucaiiou of tbe Cubnu estates of Autouto .Maxima Mora, a naturalized Auiortcan citizeu, was de? livered by Seuoa DuPuy Do Lome, thd Spanish Minister, tu .Mr. Adee, the Acting Seoretary of State. All that now remains for tbe Uual aettlomeut ol the claim will bu tho urrauguuieuts ol tbe assignments made by Mr. Mora tu creditor* aud the delivery to bitu of Ibe residue. There was no oeretuouy about this culmtuatiug net ou the, purt uf Spatu, JSenor De Lome appeared at the ?t?t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 15 September 1895

NORFOLK IN IUI PLAGE There Is Now tlo Longer Any Doubt About the Matter. Her Splendid Fight Crowned Will? JJVictory. A Large Crowd Present, Who Saw More Than Was Promised. Games .Played Elsewhere. THE VIRGINIA LEAGUE GAMES. Korfolk, C; Portsmouth, 3, , First Game?Lyiiobburg, 3; Roau Olie. 9. . ? Second Gauiu ? Lynehburg, u; Rouu Oke. 11 i ^lviobnioud, G; Petersburg, 1. . Richmond. I LyutTib -rg i Jurfolk. ' T't rt mouth .... ? X>eier*b .r.: .... Jlouuoke. Tbe buseball season is over. Norfolk is unquestionably iu third place ami tho people arc happy. YtMor day, lor tbe last timetbis seasou, Norfolk uud Portsmouth mot on the diamond aud a very large crowd of people assembled to eee the seitsou tinished. Roth dobs had a good followiug, and it was plain tobe seen tha' considerable 'leeliug hud been wrought up between the irieuda ol the competing teams. Rut everybody t-at quietly, und, bor Sing a lew jibes, there was at tho start nothing suit! or done which would xutflu the (e...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 15 September 1895

REMEDIES CURE. ' Save floctor'a Hills. Cure Voureell at '?rlfliilir I'obi. Munt'oil's "Guide ii> llr;ilili," Free at all Ilrusaiata, ?VIII fell v.i,, How. Keiuedica Sold Mostly at OM,V VWENTV. FIVIS OUN'I'M. ASlugle Itotllu llaV Cure toil. Small Isomc?. I'lraianl lo lake, iinn'i fill Vunr Syalem with uijurouo iiruite. itlttiiiroii'a Itruiedlea Will Cure WUcu l.vcrv (lilug Klse t ail*. RHEUMATISM positively Cured. Acute ur muscular Khetiinutlsiu re? lieved at once. Shooting pulns in arm. lens side. i>:?ck ?r breast, or soreness of any pan of the body cured in from 1 to hours. Chronic rheumatism Scia? tica or Lumbago banished permanent? ly. CATARRH, no inutt.-i how se? rious, Quaruiiteed cure by only safe treatment. Headache, from whatever cause, positively relieved In from to r. minutes. KIDNEY troubles, in nil Sonus. LI VHP. complaints, Biliousness. Jaundice. CoilKtipatiotl. Piles, always cured. DYSPEPSIA, Indlg-estlon, all Stomach Troubles permanently reliev? ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 15 September 1895

ESTAunrFiiKD is ;&. J.TI 0.1 SUED EYEBV MOUNIXU CXCBPT mun?i.v. Y1B?1MA.N ltUll.UIN'i. MAIN AND COMMUUCKSTlttCHTi, M- Gl.KNNAN. Owsr.i.. tuk cute t;lation or itik viiuiinian b 1 .Aiu; 1.1,\ IN liXUIiSS ?t .m. other t*per published iu Ka?1 ' u Virgin i. Its ciroulaiiou in NotrolU and lo: turuoiitli is greater than that <>t noy papot piilillHlie i cr circulated in th" two e ii< a. tt in deliven d in the eitlen of Norfolk oul Portsmouth au.t suburb.- lor in oonte a week. Vail sub* rlptious, pontage paid. Ifivi- Dollars per vear; 'three i>i>!iars lur -n moiilbi. One Dollar and Kiily l ent- for thre: nmnth-. an 1 Fifty Cent, ror uuo monto. Advertisement- in-ernl nt tlie rate ol ?> Cems a S<.i ?d aVirtsi is-i itrioNi eaeb no ?? uuent iuBertiou ?71 Ousts, or .'? 1 ? v'' xmu.s iN-i.- -m " i vi \.\ iTtiKiii'?v. Dontrao tors are not allowed lo exceed tl.eirr.pa o or inhertiso other than shoir lOKiun?t&...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 15 September 1895

PORTSMOUTH NEWS IM AND ABOUT THE CITY Gleanings of an Interesting Nature Gathered at Many Points. Had a Slick Sluck in His Throat. Candidates Cards. Matters of Personal Mention and Many Other Notes That Will Interest You. There will be no meetings of nny kind ibid week. Uev. .Mr. Puusteu has returned from bis summer vaeatiou. A chicken thief rmded several places ou i on Uly street on Friday ?> 114 lit. The Atlanta Expostiou will be opeued to the public on Wednesday next. Tue September term of the Norfolk Couuty (Jourt will begiuon Mnndur. Mr. 11. NY. B. Glover left yesterday for NN beleyville to visit his uiotber. Horse back riding 1? ;;ottiug tobe quite a fad with the ladies iu tbia lo? cality. Mr. Won. Cook, of County street,loft yesterday for a month's stay iu tbo country. Mr. It, D. Hamilton is coutiued to In-, hon,-, 011 Lincoln titrcet,ou account ot sickness. It is miuI that work iu tho Ports? mouth eleotrio road will bo resumed ou the -1th lust, A uuaiber of the in...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 15 September 1895

They Come From the Stomach of a 1 Lad. Doctors Say He is a Natural Ventrilo- , quist, but Negroes Claim That He is "Possessed." An Interest* tng Phenomenon. Medical Men Studying It. I A remarkable ease of natural and un? conscious ventriloquism?a phenomenon ??which scientific men believe was raapou sible for most of tho cases in which poi? sons ouce were supposed to be possessed of dovils?has. caused much coustorua tion among the superstitious and great interest among the scientific in Orange burg. S. C. The history of tho case is told by WilUam L. Bnlkley or Olaftin university. Ornngeburg, in Tho Appeal. Tna phenomenon appears in a t8-yeur- j old colored boy, tbo son of poor and il? literate parents. Ho was taken ill ubont a month ago with violent pains in his itomacb. The doctor was called and treated him for a week or IDON, hnt tho boy.grew no better. After he had been ill a boat nine days his parents begun to hear strange noises, apparently in his itoniatsh. They wore inarticnlu...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 15 September 1895

IFOR LITTLE FOLKS. \ Animal . RUtl Mankiml. Uncle Peter was taking some of hia numerous nepbows and' nieces to tho too hist Saturday afternoon when litt lo Dicky Albright asked him whether t!;o animals must uot get tired of being vis? ited und stared at by thousands and thousands of people every week, every month und every year. The idea was Ouw to Uncle Peter, but it stems likely enough. Ami especially must the uni Binls get tired of the stupid people who don't know their names, and who try to feed them with chocolate oronins, and whn are discontented unless: the animal is right in front of his cage just when they happen to be passiughy, and above nil they must got tired, no! to say ungry, with the people who tease them. It might bo a gocd thing if once a year theso stnpid people ohuuged places with tliu animals. The people would then oc? cupy tliu cages, and the boasts would come in their Sunday beat, with walk? ing sticks and eyeglasses, and have a fctood time. Uncle Peter happen...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 15 September 1895

FOR Hi iff PIN Interesting Notes and Gossip for ' the Fair Sex, A Wealthy San Francisco Widow and Her Chanties. Saddles for Wheel* women. The Chaperon Ques? tion. Dressing the Small Boy. The New Woman. j Ouo peculiarity of woman of wealth in this city is that they like to sn- their money distributed during their own lifetime. Per ha pa they have a horror of ?wills. Mrs. Bertha Welch is of tins class. Bbo is not in the least ostentations about her charities and she does uoi like to have them talked about. But gratitude is not tongue tieil, and the Jesuit order, to which she has beon particu? larly generous, sings her praises openly and gladly. So it comes that, though .Mrs. Welch remembers tho precept about the right liund and the loft, ehe ia not allowed to ?;o unsung. She is the widow of Andrew Welch, well known in San Francisco us MKS. Ill Kl IIA WELCH. an importing, shipping and commission 1 inetchaiit. He mudu enough money tu leave his children independently wealthy, and bis wid...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 17 September 1895

VOL. L?NO. 9 NORFOLK, VA. TUESDAY^ jSEFFEMBER 17 1895 PRICE 2 CENTS ABO?TTHELRTEYRCHT RACE Ex-Commodore James D. Smith Declines to Be Interviewed. THE COMMITTEE SCATTERED. St Is Knitf Umt l.ortt Dnnraven I?. Talking- ut' Having- >? Twwnty? Itnter Rnllt by American Build? ers-"Wiih Diuirnvcu Itlglit" In tlio Question. LONDON, September 16?The West? minster Gazette publishes Lord Dun raven'a aeries or inters under the gen? eral head, ? "Was Dun raven Right?" In its comments on the letters the?a sette gives prominence to the argument thut Lord Dunraven well knew the con? ditions before starting in the race. These conditions were tin- same for both the Defender and the Valkyrie Mill the chances of the boats were therefore equal. When Lord Dunraven nrude up his nilml that further ruclng Was impossible it Was asked ought lie not to have communicated the fuel to the committee and to the Defender? To go down in the start, to pretend to get ready and make a show of cross? ing tin-...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 17 September 1895

It Only Costs 25 Cents To. Prove What We Say! TRY If you have not 25 cents to ?pn.ro make application at thu factory or office. *JS Main ulrce*. und wo will cheerfully Rive you a ?.ample bottle of Qnmtol. Wo waut to convince every family in Virginia thai Qnra tol is indispensable iis n family rotn tdy. You cm not afford to be with? out it In your home "that Emergency Remedy" JQI U I Rl_ Ringworm, Face Erugtio?t, Sgsrr g:,!mquratol fcone-Folon?, RutvRoundi, Ulcers, Old Sores, ,. ABSOLUTELY, Ml l>.flamrraton, Orugalsts Sell ??CONCENTRATED'* TRY IT. Mose who Hove would Mai Be nr fYour Eyes ? JPain You ? \ ? You need not worry when ? x you know you can get the glasses 1 W you need from my complete ? $ stock. Q A I exercise the greatest of A \ care in testing the cysts to fur- \ w nlsh just the glass it needs--ar.d V g\ the examination is free. Large and Select Line of I-all HATS Cap?, Umbrellas and Canes. l. jflSK mm & co. LOWEST PRICES. _ 111 rvi/xirsj STREET. WA...

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