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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 28 September 1895

O TAR VING won't cure Dys v-' pepsia. Vou need nourish merit, and to Rot it you must make the Btomach and bowels digest your food; that is what Dr. Dearie's Dyspepsia Pills. arc Tor. One after each meal, and the most stubborn case of Dyspepsia laud that is everything) will disappear. White Wrappers if constipated, yellow if not. ?scciiuaidruguivtt* Send to m fji i ?cetan|ite. PL J. a. DRAKE CO.. Kingston, New Votk. WANTED?a young man as salesman to solicit orders on the road lor tailoring. Address W. I'.. tills Office. se'.'T-:U Do NOT answer this advertisement un? less you want a good bookkeeper; will accept a position a bookkeeper or as? sistant, best ' iiy and state reference Wily Not? Caru Virtfihiau. ae27-3t* fiCO?Active pai liier wanted with J.vW to talc<- half Interest in -'ate. eooii paying business, established nine years. Ad? dress PARTNER, Virginian oflioe. __seJ4-ltv WANTED?Bright young hoy. not under 10. to Irani the newspaper mailing busi? ness: um- with knowledge o...

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. — 28 September 1895

IKe lorhlt Virginian. PUBLISHED DAILY AND WEEKLY. (VI. G L E IN N A Psl, Owner. TERMS OF THE VIRGINIAN. T* 1H; I'AHY VllailNAN '.? delivered 10 ?ub irr!t>it>l>. .mir eis hi Norfolk, Tort?.nth. Perk? ier, Sullolk. W .? l Nor ?lt. \i?|-r Xe?e, for 111 cebta rer wtok, n t-i'''>- 'o lh> rorrter weekly; hjr mall. |.o*t?geriee In lb* United S ?tcs. DAILY. ?uf jnir - ? ? oo ?.lX IllOtllll* ? . - - il ???? three moiilllN - - 1 ?">*> one Month .... ">o THE VGEKLY VIRUIN1 l\ ,\XI?t: vtt OI.IM l>. One Dollnr l'er Ycnr. KemitUncea, Drafts,* hecki and Pa I office O.-dera tbould tic ma e payable la ilia onlei ... THE NORFOLK VIRGINIAN. Oillee Virginian Itnltoiiiir. Main and loiiimerce Street*. MMtloi.lt. 1 A. ADVERTISING HATES ? A IvctIImmii'UU In Krhd "i Iba raic of 7? Ceat? a Soiaro I ir-i h - Mom each Mttaeqitciil iiivertlon 1 oral i fin* When In erteil Kvery Utu?r Oaj 1 outr?< ? tor. are DOl n k>*e I 10 CX 'Ol ihell ?|" "0 urn let olhl r ll an tIt. ir legitliM...

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. — 28 September 1895

CONCISE LOCAL ITEMS Ciol. Ttati?rlake, After Forty-Two Years of Service as Conductor, to Be Removed. OPERATION Oil MR, BEEKS SUCCESSFUL. Hot Wenlhev and Vit? Oyster llhsl ness Tbc VJsil of The Chamber* I'ire Coill|tUllJ A Xcw V. M. t'. A. Itiiildinu Fire in Dismal Swamp? Olbcr A'o:es. Mr. Harrell la ill in Park Vi w. The City Council will meet next Tin s day night. Thi re has be :i bill one shower Of rain since the 15th of August. Mayor Davis returned home yester? day from Washington, D. ?'. The candidates will have to put up their boodle .Monday night. A protracted meeting is in progress ut Mount Pleasant, Norfolk county. The street hands could well !?? em? ployed in wetting down Ulch Btreet. There will be no ?ante of foot-ball b> doy, the series having been declared off. A Baptist union meeting Is being hoi i ut Centrovllle. The uttondance i liltgC The Portsmouth military will he in? spected next weel: by Colonel Jo. Lane Steurti. Captain Jim Kldd gave his last per? formance ye...

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. — 28 September 1895

GATHERED IN SUFFOLK Really Entertaining News Furnished From the County Seat of Old Nansemond. A PROMINENT MINISTER TO MARRY. Jeter White, wiio Recently Shot lllniMcir by Accident, Die? <?? in? Wound*?Politic*, All Nlindes ami Kinds?Peraonnllttea Indulged lu ?A Biuokchouac Bobbed). Inspector Gregory has recently visit? ed and examined the postoftices o? this Tlcinlty. .There ate now only seven Inmates conllned In the county jail. The amoki !i? ;;sis of s. T. Lee A- Co . cf Copelnnd, was this week entered ami robbed, suppesi dly by the same gang Which has o] i rated with such fre? quency in the county. Dr. Franklin Pierce, of Windsor, has boon mentioned by his friends In con? nection with the nomination foe the House of Delegates lu isle or Wight county. Aoout 1 o'clock yesterday morning sonic person with malicious intent. Bhet with a platol and wound, d. but not fatally. 15. G. Butler's dot. Rev. W. II. Ford, of New Zealand, lectured tfiis week at Holland on ?"Mar? riage ami Phren...

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. — 28 September 1895

noiiov ?larKot? By Southern AsHociab. I iVeai. Nf.w York, Sept. 2d.?Moitey on call et ne.2 per cent., last lum at I 1-2 ami cloeiug oitu o I ai i 1-3 percent, Prime moi t-uutilo paper 4,n> 1-4 per cent. Sterling ex? change flu* y with aetttal bui.iu.-s* lu rank? ers' hills at 487 1-2a 1871 fur sixty days anil 4-8 l-2a483] for deiuaud. Polledratea. 4^8a 4v. Cotun erotnl i il:-, 4Suiui37 1-4. tiuv trunicnt bun.Is higher. 1uk b:"i.u M.vi.Ki.:-? CL081XQ uiua. American Cotton tip. 211 American Cot? ter. Oil. < re .7.'; American Sugar Itefin eriea, 108}: An erican Sugar IteOnerioa. prof. 1110! American Tobacco. 10t|: Ameri? can Tobacen.pre". 1071: T'otioka and Ateblaon Santa l-o. 22 :t t Baltimore and Ohio, fit': fan,i.la Pacific, (11): Chesapeake .in ! Ohio. 24\ Chiongo mid Allan. 163: Chieago lur liuiriou and Quincy. RM; Chicago OiisTrnet, ?;0 3-s. Delaware an! Laokiiwonna, 1701: D-vtili r- and i attle Feeder!. -I Krle, 13 Rrle. t r f. '. G: fleneral Kleclric. 89 5.S Il'inoia Cent...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 28 September 1895

(i nut palne's Celery Compound a ?Sure Syccllic. No Well-Informed Persou Suf? fers From It. The Disease No Longer An Incurable One. Greatest of all Remedies Prescribed by Doctors. A Long, Brilliant Record of Remarkablo Cures. Noulalpln and rhl UtnatUm?two disor? ders no longer Incurable. Physicians to-day get rid of rheumatism and neuralgia, as tiny do sleeplessness, melancholy, hysteria and other results <?! nervous exhaustion, by building up the system and supporting it-* delicate nerve parts by the use of Palne's celery com? pound. Palne's celery compound attacks the disease by gctUng Ihe system back to Its properly nourished condition It Stands alorte in tin- hlstony ?d" medicine, it Is a certain Speclllc for the cure, not only of rrtoumetism. but also of all diseases dm to Impoverished nervi ? and blood. The close connection of wMI-fed norves and.brain with health, la the solid rock upon which Palrlo's celery compound stands. The thousands of nu n and women all over the coun...

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. — 29 September 1895

ACROSS THE DEEP SEA '.'Stirnen Who In Their Haste Call the i Movement a Failure, Speak Prematurely. ro CO-ORDINATE IR'.SH LOCAL BODIES. The I.nurt question to Be Nettled In isou nn : i in- ?.M. ni uoverumeul if.iisui,' in 1897?King Leopold nn?l The Congo State-A Powerful British Tieft. London, September 28.?The lull In Eimlinli Intel-national politics Will lie broken very soon. An informal council of the cabinet will be. held about the middle of next month. Lor.I Rosebery on October loth will make u speech at Scarborough, and it is expected h?; will then outline the Liberal position. The Murquls of Salisbury speaks at Water ford on October 30\h, ami Mr. II. N. Asqultli, Sir Oeorge O. Uevlyn, Mr. O. r>. curzon, Under Foreign Secretary; Mr. W. si .lohn Broderick, Under S#? retary of War, and others are an? nounced to reappear in the arena before the end of October. What the country chiefly waits is an explicit disclosure of the' government for the coming ses? sion of Parliament, Ev...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 29 September 1895

Patent remedies ere not usually popular at home. Quratol, hpw over, lias been manufactured 1? Norfolk for ore year, ami Is more popular to-oJuy than ever before. ?0,000 BOTTLES of Quratol have been sold in Nor? folk and vicinity and nothing hut prilsc is heard of its merits, Thf; is a sure test. HAUE YOU TRIED IT. A 7AK WYCR'S ACADEMY OFJIUrlt'. wwus?a? October 3, Tin' favorite expoucnt ?( nual character, Charles i. l>avi?. In n . great i *f. A1.X1M JOSLIN, Kew and Kiar-erntc s-.nic Prudti lion, Senti ou tat- Weduead' y. frUea 23<, Wi, ,.V and $:, teSs-su ?e.ih FBii! FREES Fill WEEK OF SEPTEMBER 30tl.. OCEAN VIEW, me Pcpjior r: son. open oil me ycgf. flK ENTERTflIN:N3 PROGRflluluE. THE NEW YOHK VAUDEVILLE CO, Gas Williams and L-eona lieoiis, Entertainers In Vocal nnd Instrumental LITTLE MAE, The infant Phenomenon, In Ills Confer tlou Act. BAKER . With his Funny Sayings and Dances THE ZWICKER SISTERS, Character Impersonations and Dances. De Leon, Again this week: his farewell i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 29 September 1895

B?SSEITS, 92 MAIN STREET. ifo OE GREATER NORFOLK'S MILLINERY PALACE, After months' of effort and preparation, during which time neither PAINS nor EXPENSE have been spared, we desire to announce that will be our Enormous Display OF AND ' NOVELTIES! TUESDAY, OCTOBER 1. '95. 92 MAHN! ST., Xo .vt Acatlemy of IVTuwio. BASSETT'S, 62_ MAIN STREET. WE SHALL DISPLAY CONSISTING OE French Work, French Copies and Domestic Ideas, COMPRISING ALL THAT IS IN ^ Ladies'. Misses' and Children's HATS! Our stock ol UNTRIMMED HATS is Hie largest ever gathered together under one rout in Norfolk. WE CAN SUIT ANYBODY'S PRICE! ?2 main stf*e:e:t\ next academy of music. BASSEIT'S, 92 MAIN STREET. Special Announcement! oooooooocooooooo We desire to announce to our Lady Friends that we have accepted the following agencies: GELEBRHTED P. & P. ?Sc. arid Up. Full line of colors. Plain and Evening Shades. Fach pair warranted and tried on it you wish. ooooooocoooooooo 3 T"l CORSETS. Imported; $1.50 up to $5.00. o...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 29 September 1895

16 lorioif Viiginjan. PUBLISHED OAILY AND WEEKLY, rvi. GLENN AN, Owner. TERMS OF THE VIRGINIAN. Tili: DAILY YUIGINAN 1? delivered lo v.il> ecrilwr* ,?rricrtlu Norfolk, I'ortiiiiotith, teik lev, Sullolli. M c t Nor'olk, Newpcr. News, for10 cent* per week, i> rable lo Iii? earrler weekly; l?y lunii. i ostr-ge heo In iho Uniteil tf.au-?. DAILY, owe year - - t*"? 00 six in,,miis :t 00 " three months ? ? I so ? one Mouth .... .">o Tilt". n'KF.KI.Y \ IIHilM A S .? M>f ill MI.IMW. One Dollar l?er Year. Ill 1111,1 l*o lolBiOnion ?Me i? il?- < nler ol THE NORFOLK VIRGINIAN. ?Uli? ??? Virginian Building, Mnln and <??>llllll??r^?^? Kt reels, XOHFW1.K. VA. ADVERTISING ItATEA ? A Iverthriiienl? In ?erttd at lb? rato of 73 Coat* n S|?mr, l'lr?t l??. tlou;cacM niliteniient noeitloo ?' Cent*, or >? fein? W hen In cried Every oil, r Im.. < ? ?un... t..r- an-not allowed to ex ?o I ii.eir ?i no or adver? Hteoiucr than Ihrir legllloiat? biiMu?:?.?, exes i'y paring e?sectally ...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 29 September 1895

MISCELLANEOUS NEWS 6rains ot Knowledge Dispensed With a Lavish Hand for Entertainment. W0RKIN6MEN AND CITIZENS MEETING. Vo i.uok Into the Feasibility or fur nishliis; Norfolk with Wuter?Worlt at the Railroad Sbops?The AI It ?otic Club?Mention of . People Yon Know - Woods on Fire. Mrs. Emmett Felts, of Newsoms, Is Visiting in I he city. The crops in the county will prove al? most a total failure. Mrs .1 II. Hulcher. of Hlchmontl, Is on u visit to her son at 713 Court street. All the candidates arc required to pony up their money to-morrow night Mr. Walter Wltllehurst moved yes? terday into his new house In Park View. Charles Williams, a colored miite.wns lined $ i for drunkenness yesterday by Mayor Davis. IU?ad the adverttsetnettt or W. N. White in another column ami see what lie Ii is '?> say. To-morrow will end the first rail month. Frost may be expected at any time alter that. The hnseball league meets October Stil, Theh the question of third place will be Bottled. The street h...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 29 September 1895

SPOTSYLV?NI? ITEMS Great Confusion at a Meeting to Seleci Delegates to a nominating Convention. THE SMITH FACTION PREDOMINATED. Prominent Military >!c:i Vtall The City?Northumberland uuil West? moreland Politics The Brooks? Wntmon Abduction Case Accused to Bring Knit. Frederlcksburg, Vn., Sept. 28.?(Spe? cial.)?N'ot for years ims the court? house in this city been tin' scene oi such an exciting convention ami has held such ;i large numbers of voteis as on last ntRht when delegates were ap? pointed by the local Democrats t" th< convention which on October Tib. at Bpotsytvauln Courthouse, will nomi? nate a legislative candidate from this city and tin- county. Pandemonium broke lo >sc on scvei il occoslons, a ad fot a time it looked as II the delegation t be appointed would he c<iuall> divided for E. \V, Smith and James L. Itawllngt Postmaster II. Wallace presented twelve names to the convention, and moved that they be instructed to vote for Smith. Tho ltawllllgs neu lou...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 29 September 1895

COMMERCIAL REPOnT. Money Market. New York, Se^t 28.~-Money on rail rasv at 1 i-'J per cent, Prime mercan tllo paper. 4 8-4@>5 i^-r cent Sterling exchange dull, with uetual business in bankers' bill at 4.87 l-2<j?4.S7 3-4. for CO days, and 4.88 l-2@4.88 3-4 for demand Posted rates. 4.884T4.X9. Commercial bills. 4.86 I--M 1s>7 1-4 Bar Kilver, CC.7-S. Government bonds steady; State bonds dull; railroad ltoiuln linn. Silver ;:t the board was 674i 07 :; -S Htockn niiri Bond?. American cotton oll, -I l-s; American cotton oil, preferred, To; American mi giir. reffucrles. 108 1-8; American sugar rollnerlea, preferred, 1001-4: American tobacco. 100; American tobacco, prefer? red, 107; Topeku and Atchlson. 22 7-S; Santa Fe. C4 1-4; Uultlmore and Ohio, 02; Canada Paclllc, 20 1-4: Clusapeake, and oiiio. Hi:; bid; Chicago and Alton, 80; Chicago, Burlington nod Qulncy. C:> i-s; Chlcugo Uas Trust, 1003-4; Dela? ware and Lacknwana, 24 7-s; Distillers and Cattle Feeders. 13; Erie, 20; Er...

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. — 29 September 1895

A Bountiful Supply of Local Matter Found In and Around the Town. VERY BRIGHT PROSPECTS FOR GAME. The KmIToII* Fair Proinlum i? He ? liltr Event For !t?nM?Mion?l .*? Three Mttvj llrlek Hull ding BrOUKllt g?.UOO The Sellouts Mid Tbelr I'utroungo. Judge Prcntls has,adjourn, d court In Southampton county. Miss Jennie Briggs, who. on account of Illness, returned front Chester, Vn., whore she was teaching, Is much im? proved. a representative of a St Louis llrm Is endeavoring to persuade the South nmpton county Supervisors t<> supplant their present juil with a steel structure Miss Mary Jarvls, who lias hei n vis? iting tin' family of Dr L. <\ Sam. left last evenli c fdr her home In Baltimore TWO teams "f buys have daily an ? ? XI?i bitiuii game of ball on the vacanl i"t hear the Masonls Hall. The Hebrew merchants had their ?toresclosed from 6 p. ni. Friday till the ham. hour lasl evening, In honor id iho Day of Atonement. Miss Cota Davis, of Norfolk, Is the guest of the Miss, s ...

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. — 1 October 1895

Stricken With Paralysis at Chamberlaine's Hotel, Washington, D. C, THE DOCTORS TO HOLD A CONSULTALION '* I? < IMkUI Im anil i i ; l irli ss and The Ton); in' Paralysed mo Mini speech In i im [mis-,1 iii i mis vmmo HronoMiieetl Alumni Hopcles?. lint With it Nilgai i'bnite? for K??ov?*>? Washing-ton, 1). iv. Sept. 30.?Kx Senator William Mahone had a strukt? ur paralysis this morning;. He has been stopping ;it Chamberlain's Hotel ami this morning; iris son, Butler Mahone, railing ut his father's room, found tin* General still in bed and apparently very drowsy. No! suspecting anything wrong, Butler left tin- room ami calling again later, found bis father still in ttte same condition, lie became alarm? ed ond ii physician wus summoned. Tin- doctor pronounced it n case of paralysis. Tin- right arm Is useless ami th>- tongue is paralysed so that speech is Impossible. Dr. Phillip s. Wales, one of the at? tending physicians on General Mahone, late this afternoon stated thut the Gene...

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. — 1 October 1895

Patent remedies ore not usually popular at home. Quratol, how ever, lias been manufactured u Norfolk for oro year, ai\il is more p.vould-Mo-dny titan fever before. 20,000 BOTTLES Ol Quratol have l ecn ?old In Nor? folk and vicinity and nothing but pnlse is board of its merits, riiii Is a Sure li st. HAVE YOU TRIED IT. tptjr?. ^ ^ ^ ^ -T ^ - e" ^ J? I EYES EXAfllriED FRE? * S^frnGEO.D.LEVY I 5 a-el7 GRAHE3V STREET-o ' ;? ? GLASSES ACCi/PATtLY ADJU57FD1 Cj'S- -V -9 -? -V ?? o v -t t Tr-tl?U W. H. H. Trice & Co., Real Estate and denial Agents, 2'.i hank sr. For Kent. RESIDENCES. RESIDENCES. S II0U8 \\ C01.?N1AI. i?T YORK ST, AM. Itil \ in:;, si JUS YORK. i I It Usll -1\ 1.3 VOKK. I6U PUKI . uciiAii trrrEsr. i"; out;? h st, 139 i>f i". -i PAI.KI.ANIi, 111! III II Ml D \ ST. S .<. 51 ? " iii i ii II. o I? A 1 k i AND Si 1 Mt V.nl HI 133 It iK >T?l.rr. TI KKV UV < ii Sf", ?2 MAIHNBKSiitl'kT. m KAI.KI.tNP. FLATS. FIATS. 11?, ISI Ii \N K, 1 ? i HUlll II, at; .main. un cm nun...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 1 October 1895

Constipation is the most common form of Dy%. pepsi.i. Dr. Deane's Dyspepsia Pills (white wrapper), one after each meal, cure tlit.- most obstinate casts. They contain no mercury, du not purge nor gripe, nhd impart a natural healthful tone to the stomach and howcls. ?5 i?u-.. dniggitts'. Stti 11 n t.r j Itte ?oini !e. uk. J. a. DKANE CO.. Kiin- ton, New \ ork. ? VI \ N'l'Klka WANTED?A llr.it-ctass cook at tlw Si i.in..i Motel, rOrlSiiiouih. Va. None otliCrf ii...1 apply. Also a Hrst-class wi liter. ocl SALKSMBN to lake orders ami collect. SW bond, signed by n business linn, i? iliilreil; exclusive territory! St!-'- lo ^7.'. weekly. l-*or particulars* address I". ? '. Ite\ lit,I N.-vv York . Ity. lu.tli.f.sii ; ?' Aotlvi purlner wanted with $S0O 10 take bait Interest in Hilft;, good paying business, established nine veal's Ad dress I'ARTNBR, Virginian office. ? el-lw' 1 WANT MM liiLMKh HIII.IuN'. I ;ui! i .i n .Solicitora ?eil acquainted In Kurl Ik MU'i aljacrnl nor Will pay ?aiary ir...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 1 October 1895

He iforfoiR Mai. PUBLISHED DAILY AND WEEKLY. (VI. GLENN AN, Ownesr. TERMS OF THE VIRGINIAN. Till" DAILY \ 1 Iii i I NAN ;? .l.?voroi? in Mit?. fcrlM rs 1? i Airfare In Norftilk, I'ominoutb, I'era ler.Sullolk, Wed Norfolk, Ne?T<r Ne? ?. fur IU cents per week; n yabl? lo tti.rrlcr weekly; '-y inalt. poilr-gefieelu the I nllc.l S.alcj. DAII>Y, oii<* yrnr - *?"? "0 Hl'x IIIOIltllH ? "t no ?? lltree niotittiM - - ? I our nun 111.? TIIK. WKKKI.Y \ IK4.1IXI IX 4 MM 115 Ol.lMW. One Hollar l*e?r Veur. Kemlttantca, Draft*, < he< l*? anil I'odollk-i Orders - lamia b? ma >>? P?) able to lb? ? rdcr oi THE NORFOLK VIRGINIAN, oittec ^ Irgltilnn Itiiildiiiu. mill t'outiiierec Klreel*. MMtrol.lt. \ V. MIV1 KT1~I\<; HAI1>. ? Ailvertlseuienli in tcrKd nt Iba rateol ISCentu n Sinure l lr*l lu?e? ttooieavli ?ub?ca,tieul nutrition Cent*, ?r?I Cent* When turned Every Othir bay. f oulrm u.i> uro uol loa? I lo ft ? ol ibelr up ic? or > Ivor Cite other than lhell legitimate b...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 1 October 1895

PORTSMOUTH NEWS F&CTS TERSELY TOLD The Norfolk County Convention to Be Held at Fori Norfolk in Hoiel Vernon. A COLORED SCARF PIN THIEF JUGGED. Rev. I'olie Smith i<> Lecture nl i.tiing Iiiiiii Street t'Durcli?lUcked for MlOOtlllg < rap - Luiiiieh of I i><- Uov eminent (aUiilioiitM Hotel Ports uiooth Ak'uIii Closed. No courts or any kind were In Besslon yesterday. There will be some eight or ten mar l i a this month. Mr. T. J. Lee. of Baltimore, was In the city yesterday. The City Council will hold their regu? lar monthly meeting to-night. Twenty new houses will lie commenc? ed In Prentls Place this week. A number of Norfolk county poli? ticians were in the city yesterday. The government gun boats will be launched at Newport News about the ISth instant. Tin- clerks ami writers in the Navy Yard were paid yesterday for Hie last half of September. The new schedule on the Seaboard Air Line for the Atlanta special went into effect Sunday night. Vice-president St. .lohn w...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 1 October 1895

ypN PERSISTS In Demonstrating to the Public' That His Remedies Do Positively Cure. - I TeTliNr.i.tt He oiler* ilie Y?luuteeretl 7c?tIuiou9 or iVrlMiiHiwu cut zoiih Rood What Tliey Say. George O. Fisher. Bsq . a well-known artist of Allegheny. Pa., and who re? sides at 296 Robinson Btreet, says: "l have suffered for years front rheuma? tism of my arms and legs: I have doc? tored with several different physicians, but'to mi avail; hut since taking n bot "tle of Munyon's Rheumatic Cure feel ?quite I can heartily recommend "It to all rheumatism sufferers. John I.. tJIll, residing at 34 North Grant avenue. Columbus, O., aged SS years, says: "l suffered from rheuma? tism tor over 30 years. The pains were very severe, ami often I was unable t.. move around. I have doctored with many physio,ans ami talo n ail kinds of patent nie.lu-im-. hut nevei received any relief until I began using Munyon'ii Rheumatism Cure. Within 12 hours after taking the lirst dose I was free from pain uml urn now co...

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