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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 27 January 1895

YOU XLV1II1?NO. 58; NORFOLK* VA.. SUNDAY. JANUARY 27. 1895. FRIGE2 CENTS Directory Meeting of Business Men's Association, TO BUILD A COTTON FACTORY Resolutions Adopted and Subscrip? tion List Opened. Committee Appointed to Draw Up a Proper Prospectus for a Home Subscription. A very important mooting of the | Hew directory uf tho Business Meu'a Association was held lust evening tit the rooms of the associutiuu. It wus the largest directors' meeting ever 4ield?every member, with piobably rue or two absentees, weto m at? tendance. <ieD. E. M. Henry pre ?ided. with iMr?j. Charles E. Piokett, eeeretary. Those in attendance were treasurer Barren and Messrs. ros? ier, liermati, (ilenuuu, Dawes, Mc Garriok, McCormack, Nasb,|H.odges, itettew, I'entrees, Brooke, Wilcox and iludgiuu. The following gentlemen were elected members of the Executive Committee, Messrs. D. MeUormsek, Ii. S. Herman, E. E. Dawes, W. M. 2iettew nuil ('. \V. Fentress. H 'ihk rSOPLB'S FAITH, The question of appointing ...

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. — 27 January 1895

The Virginian's Daily Hints ?for? HOUSE-KEEPERS ! Bill of Fare TO-MORROW, Monday, 28th of Januar)'. IcorrRiau r.l 7m not irnlt tcith graet uuspokvn, WMh ufe's daily bread** brain ?. BREAKFAST. Appies. Graham Mush. Butter Toast. Break fen Mew. Prunes DINNER. Veal Cutlets. Sweet t'otn toes Canutd Corn. Cabba e Salad, Wime and Graliatu Bread. Apple Tarta. S JPPER. j read and Butter. UaUort Potatoes 1'iieH Beef, fanned Peaches. Cake. Mllk.Tea. BREAKFAST STEW. Tl.:? is .aid'big liaeh." Cut cooked saeat and eel itoes int? Ftuall pieces. Mew and thicken hei;-avT :i lit le. Beef itew ia made ??1 uncooked uitai and potatoes, nn'< nn ,.:iiou If dttireii; or ?i coeked meal and frcih pata top-.. Either oue of the thre? hinds should be tlowiv cooked. Hon, D. Gardiner Tyler Replies to Mr, Borland. HE DENIES THE ALLEGATIONS He Explains the Small Vote Cast. Justifies the Law. Has Been Elected and Will Maintain He is Entitled to Repre? sent the People. Thk Vihoiman a few days ago Btnted that Mr. ...

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. — 27 January 1895

now formerly s 10.25 ?.25 ?3.2 5 "7.25 6.25 5 You Take Your Pick. <? Choose anv pair uf Trouserings? 5 evorv conceivable deeigu-huglish ? and French Worsteds?Corman Crepe ? ? Imported Scotch Cboviota?Doe 2 Skins Goods that never beforo Bold o for less thau ?l().'25, 89.25, 2 S8. '" 7t25?You can have (V^i S 'em marie to your order * this week for . . . ? ?so??eea)0??c?oe?)o???( OOG?S now SS5! S formerly 30.00 25.00 21.00 17.25 15.50 ^formerly? made: to o r d e: r . sees $5.25 4.25 3.75 now ioeoeeoooeseeeseoeoeo 1 You Take Your Pick, f Store, 92 North Main Street. P. anager, So 2 o. s SUITS ssece0e?e?es9??osoe(ieeo???c)O99Coeeeosoosoeflee9e9ao8?oe?3S(icoo96f O8ss8eoeo999oss?s * ! s ? 9) ffl98eoe36SS9??9eoo6S99?(sesofi9ee<!eaos)SCco9903(i8oeo99?e?990e09989?99t98eii09o*9eecoe asesssesseseeeooeeesssB Cbooso any pair of TronHoriiiKS iu ? tho bouse?neat Stripes?Worsteds? \ Scotch Cheviots anything you may <s ? lind to suit you?Trouserings that uro ? W marked $5.25, $4.28 and $3.75...

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. — 27 January 1895

rsT>nf.isHri> 186... rCM.lKHKU l'VI'.KY MORNING EXUBFX MONDAY. VIRGINIAN BUILDING-. B'AlN AM) OOMMBBOB STBEKTS. M. GIJENNAN, Ownkk. ?J ME (511? 1'! .ATION OFTHE VIRGIN] IAN i* LARGELY IN EXOK-s of any otbei paper published in Eastern \ir R1Hs'eir?.ulnliou in .Norfolk and l'orte n cntb .sweater than that of any paper rnblisbeil or cironlated in the two otttes. it is.ioliTored in the cities Of Norfolk and rortsmouth and enbnrb? for in cent* 0 week. Mp.ilsnb?Ci iptionB. postage paid, 1 ite l'ollurg pcrycur: Tbroo Hollars for six moBtht: One Dollar Rnd Fifty < snts for three months; and Fifty Tents for one m Advertisements inserted at tlio rate of lb crvT? a BqcAtix I ibbt Imhebtiom; aaon snbteqnent iussroion 87* Cents, or mi ('??.T? v.bf.S lSr.EV.TKD kvf.kv OTBEB D?V. Contractors f.re not allowed to exceed their synce "r advertise other than tboir leRitlniHto twiinoss, except by paying ?tifcif 11t tcr the mine. THtr'vVrrKiY VirotMAS AMDCaboiotiaHi eijbt pnges, is deb'Tered, po...

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. — 27 January 1895

PORTSMOUTH. IIIMJH IIP? Independent Items Put in Har? monious Medley. CALLED COUNCIL TUESDAY. Dance in Sweet Canaan. Charged With Cutting; a Buggy. Mis? sionary Society. Installation of Officers. Hustings Court Adjourned. There aro two marriages announc? ed for this week. The Hustings Court adjourned lor the term yesterday. The big saw mill at Mulligan's I'oiut is nearly completed. The heavy nun of Friday night cut tho streets up right badly. Kov. Mr. Kounnrd will preach a Cermou on infant baptism to u'.gut. The Bny Line .steamer did not got In yesterday until nearly 3 o'oloofc.1 Head tho advertisement of board vrauted and address as directed, to ?his otlico. Sister Phoebe liall will preach at the Friends' Churoh to day?both morning and night. There are forty seven members belonging to the Oid Dominion linards in this city. Head advertisement of a new dry goods store and ti welling for sale, end apply as directed. Key? Mr. Edwards received at his found reception groceries ouough to ...

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. — 27 January 1895

Item's of a Political and Educa? tional Character. FUSION CAUCUS MMMITTEE Strong Sentiment for One Box and One Ballot System. The State University Appropriation Fight. Temperance Organ. Bpoelal Dispatch to Tho Vigintan. Ualeioh, N. 0. January 2(1.? In the lower house of tho Legisla? ture thus far 340 bdls have luseu in trodneed. A favorable report is made on the bill to allow townships or school districts to increase tho school fand by the system of local assesMueuts. This plau has been ?erv warmly favored. The fusion eaticns Committee on Election Laws and County Govern? ment is holding long sessions night? ly. It will have tho bills ready by next Tuesday. Tho sentitucnt is very strongly- in favor of the one box and one ballot system. It is also in favor of not allowing any challenging on tho day of election, but to dispose of all euallanges bo fore hand. All jndieial power will be taken away from registrars of elections, aud "all power regarding elections will bo taken Iroui county...

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. — 27 January 1895

iWaitcy Marlifit? Dt Southern Associaod Pros?. \kw YouK, January '-!(*>. -Money on call e,t lalj per ceut. Merlinu exchange ia Jinn, with actual bueiuuss iu bankers' tills lit iss for sixty days and 489*4391 lor demand. Potted rates. 439e490. Com knereial bills. -ts7iatss. Ooverumeut bonds closod luwor. Tan arooK MsaKsrr?oiyMtio bios. tiuericau Cottou Oil. S3}; American Cotton Oil, preferred, CTa'JTJ: American Bugar Reflneries, H.'}: American ttugar ItofinerieB, proferred, 911; Anior *ican TobaOCO, 9:1; . Aiuuriciiu To tancco preforro I. 103: Atohisou. Tope ka mid Santa Fe. ft]: llaltnuoro aud Ohio. Caj: Oanada r*oiiic. r>41; uhasa feakc ami Ohio, 1U;; Chicago aul Alton, 47; Obicago, liurliugtoii au l Quiuoy, */1 i; Chicago Oiib Trust. 72? Uolaware, ?ud Laokawanna, ll'.Oi; Distillers nu l Cat? tle Feeders. 9}: Krie. 91; Krie. pref.. 20; Moneral Iilootric, 83}; Illinois Central, #7; l.uUe Krie an I Western. Ill: Lake lino suci; Western, pief..0!> i LakoShore, 13 -1: l.ouiRvi...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 27 January 1895

IT I M GflPITAL Matters of Interest to All Vir, ginians. GREATER RICHMOND TALK Plan to Unite Richmond and Man? chester. Marriage of Mr. Basil Gordon. Proposed Viaduct on Broad Street. De? tective Norris. Special Dispatch to The Virginian. Richmond, Vb., Jauuary '20.? Hou. Basil B. Gordon, lato chair? man of tho State Deiuoorotio Com? mittee, will in February inrtrry a young lady iu Baltimore, and it is Baid that ho intends to drop out of polities. Mr. Gordon, though ?tili quite a youug man, hoa beeu cou Bpiouoiisly before the public for sev? eral years. Ho tirst caiuu huro as a member of tho House of Delegates from Bappahauuock oonuty. lu 1^8;' he wus made chairman of tho State Doraooratio Committee, but had to resign on Hceouut of ill health, tie was ro-elected agnin in 1892 and hold tho position one year. He served in tho State Senate troin 188!) to Its'.*:!. The vouur lady he is to marry comes of an old Virginia family, aud is said to bo u um -1 charming young lady. The scheme lo...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 29 January 1895

er_ - ^^^^^?^^_^_ TOL. XLV1II1? KP, 5<J: NORFOLK^ VA.. T U E S D A Y. Tj A ST?ARY '^WOEiT^STS IPMSIDEfSKl Another Document on the Finance Situation, PROMPT ACTION IS URGED. The President Talks Very Plainly, Points Out the Remedy and Asks for Immediate and Necessary Legislation Upon the Subject. Bt Southern Assoeiatod Press. Washington, January 28,?The JPresideut sent to botb bouses of Congress to-dnj- u tuessngo ou the liuanoial situation, substitutiully Witudruwiug bis BUpnort from tbu plan outlined iu the Carlisle bill.nud outlining tbo only policy wbiob ceoma to hiui now possible to ruuiu tain ttio gold reserve. Tbe message v.us ns follows: "To lho Sonnto aud House of Kepreseutittivos: Iu my last nuuuul message 1 commended to ttio serious consideration of Congress tbo con? dition of our national Quanoes, und In couneetiou witb tbo subject iu doraed a plun of currency legisla? tion, wbiob, nt the tune, seemed to furnish protection against tho iiu pending danger. This plnu has u...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 29 January 1895

The Virginian's Daily Hints .?mit? HOUSE-KEEPERS ! Bilfof Fare -FOR TO-MORROW, i Wednesday, 30th ol January. j ICOPYRIOHT. I Lit uf foldaway our/ran, ? .tn.l put by our-fit iMsn troZ*i Ami t/ironuft <i'< 'Ai coming yeart Juxt Lh- glad. ?JamV.s Whitcoub Hii.uv. BREAKFAST. Pearl Hominy. Beebteak. ItueWwlieat Oriddl? Cukes. Maple *vr'?p. 1 ollce DINNER. RoaatTurkcy. Msnliu I I'o i-i...H. it,nicil uuion-. >bbaxa Salad, Quince Jcllv. While Urtaii. Apple We. Cheese. CUPPER, nutt.'ica Toast. Graham Mush. Kerrie?. Cookies. Milk. Tea. HULLED CORN. Agood way to surre hulled corn is to cook lialt uu lion", or lonK"" I? water, tl'Oii saaso:, well with uulk, butter and salt. It is also eateii cold with milk. In mo t cities and vil? lage* the corn i? prepared by a dealer, but on r.u nis It Is eaally made with lyeol ??>?! asho*. Ukills Ho" corn out a* >.i ar the hull wnl ?lip oil", vaulting well and boliu< in several w:\ters until tree from lye. _ A Q?E8T10N_0f ? Opened Up by Arr...

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. — 29 January 1895

Fame, When founded on merit, never ceases to grow, both in extent and in solidity. 9^ Porous Plaster is more popular to-'day than ever before, because it does what is claimed for it?re? lieves and cures pains in the side, chest or limbs, lame bach, rheumatism, etc. Iiwiat Ipon lla\iiitf ihe genuin? All CO( i. :>. No uthvi plattet is nesfly so i;o"d\, Allcoek's Corn Shields. Allcock's Bunion Shields, Have no equal a relief and cure for corns and bunions. Brandreth's Pills. Ono or two at ni^ht, lor a week o? fcwo, touo up the system. WANTKIh 4i,lti tUnncMi of thU rln.u, rtre Unu or tail, tenti lor one (luerffetti 50 c*xu for t'nta. ^YfANTKO- lady OFF ck MATRON, job ?\ office compositor, Stenographer. - office elcr^s, salesladies for Phlladi Iphla. LADIES' KNCIIANCE, 100 Main, wauaged l>r ladles. )a29-lt*_ ?tVANri:?b TiiAvr.i.iNi; salesmen, M ofllto mrinrccr for Philadelphia i ranoii ?f Norfolk Ilm spjliotclttcward, billiard rouni <ln., loO Main street. _ JaW-lt* \\fanted voui...

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. — 29 January 1895

FSTA?I.IKIIBI> lWi> rlliil.lSHItl) KVKB* MOKMNO BAUKFT MONDAY. VIBOINIAN DOlliDINO HAW AND COMMERCE BTUKBTB. M. 01JSNN4N. Owns*. Ill ..I ' ?'? " ?????>?? IHK I ?M? UI.aTION OF IHK Vllt(HN3 I IAN is LAltOELY IN KXOE-w uf auy . other paper published iu Eastern Vir- | 'olrtalatloa i? Norfolh and Porta- , month is greater than that of auy paper published or circulated in tho two oitioa. It is delivered in the oities of Norfolk and Portsmouth and suburbs for lOoouts a week. M nil subscriptions, postage paid, fire I ollars per yoar: Three Hollars for six nionlhs: 6ne Dollar and Fifty t'enta for three months; and Fifty Oonts for one 10 Advertisements inserted at the rate of 7b cbstb a bgeaiiK riasT Ikskktion; o?ou subsequent inseraion 37? Cents, or 60 ClNTBV,?rH IHSBKTIM) EVKIl* OTHEtt T>K\. ( ontractors sre not allowed to cxcceill their spsoe or advertise othor than their legitimate bnsinofs, except by paying ?peclallJ for the same. TlIWlUM VinOIXIAN AtlnCAUOLISIAN, eight page...

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. — 29 January 1895

PORTSMOUTH. There Was a Flaw in the Thomas Indictment. A CAPTAIN TO BE ELECTED. Sentenced to the Penitentiary. An Approaching Marriage. An As? sault Case Compromised. Meeting of the Council To-night. Personals. Tho Old Dominion Guard will Gleet a captain to-uigbt. Thomas Dillinu was sentenced to the pouitontiary yesterday tor one year. Miss Mabel Denning has just re? turned from a three mouths visit to ?New York. Tho regular weekly singing school exercises will take place to night at Ibo Mission sohool. One of the Second District Public Gchoid teachers will bo married ou ibe 14th of February. There was a large attendance at the Wright Memorial Mission meet tug Sunday aftoruoou. The W. ?. T. IT. will meet this afternoon ut 3 o'clock with Mrs. Wade, bvl? South street. Tbo case of Johu Henry Browu, charged with murder, will be tiied In tho County Court to-day. Tho United States steumship Ra leigh is taking ou coal at JUambert's i'nint. Sbo will not come up to tho yard. A case of a youn...

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. — 29 January 1895

II I 811? Many Matters of Interest to Ali Virginians. NICARAGUA CANAL STOCK One Million Dollars of It Held in Richmond. Capital City Finan? ciers in F.rvor of a Bond Issue. Editors on :i Trip. Bpe-Ul Dispatch to the Virgin! ?u. KlOUUQ.SD. Vs.. January 28.? About ono miUiou dollars worth of stockte the Nicaragua Caual scheme is hofd iu Biehmoud, consequently thuio n uiu.'li rejoicing here over the passage of tho lull by tue Sen Bte. Reliable information from Washington is to the ofleot that tho measure will certainly puss tho House of Representatives. So suro ure t?e Uicbmood people interested iu tho mos etneut that the bill will become a law. they arc already at work iu the interest of Mr. N. V. Randolph for a directorship. The preaideut is to appoint ten persons at Sfi.UOt) a year. l'liero has been talk of poshing F U Lee for a posi? tion ou tlie Board of Directors, hut us Mr. Randolph is in the field Lee will hardly consent to his name be? ing ' presented. Mr. Randolph is presiden...

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. — 29 January 1895

Rloncv market. By Southern Assooiaod Press. *7?w Youit. January 28.?Money on call flruier. at la3 por oont: last loan at 'J per eeut. und closing offered at 9 per cont. ?sterling exchange la atrotiK, with aotual fcuaineBB in bankers bills it 488} Tor sixty Maya and 4H9Ja489> for demand, Posted sates. 4o9(a4!)0>. Commercial bills, 9873a4S8. Government bonds olosed Weak. IHK STOCK MtUKST?OtiOSfM BIU*. ?tnerlcau Cotton Oll. 21,: American Cotton Oil, preferred, Cfiatl7: Amanoan Sugar Ileuu'eries. ?'Jj: American ugar ileQuerics, preferred, 91. Anier loau Tobaoco, 93; Atnerioau To? bacco preferred. I'M',. Atobieuu. Topa fca aud Santa Fo. 4: Baltimore iiud Ohio, t>2J: fCauad? PaoiBc. 63; Clhesa {leaks and Ohio, 1CJ: Chicago aud Alton, 47j; Chicago. Uurllugtou aud Quiuoy, 01; Chicago Oas Trost, 71j Delaware, *nd Laokawanna.'.lOi; Distillers aud Cat lie Feeders. 9j; I'.rio. Krio. prof., a0; Sieneral Eloolrio, ans: Illtuots Central, 97; Lake line and Westuru, 151: Lake Krieand Wester...

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 January 1895

is icy i? Robert G. Ingersoll Says it is Not. What the Genial Philosopher Really Means. Other Equally Eminent Men Dif? fer From His Views. A Ques? tion Involved Each of us Must Decide. A Letter Of Powertul Inter est to Our Readers. Tho eitxpent Robert G. lngers.dl, in a recent communication to tho New York Wot Li. takes the grouun tLat imuide is not alwavB a mu New Yotk's most eniiuent cleigy meu, state-men au.l judges, tin. niedtatrty tilled the oolomua ul this puper with proteatationa tigutu?t tho great thinker's theory. What Mr. lugeraoll really said and meant was, that tindor certain oir riiLuitances suicide was uoi n sin. For liistauoo, he thought that in case of a person Suffering with sick ijrss and hopeless of a nitre, i, would not Lo a sin to end such buf? fering by Belf-destruction, Mr. lngersoU'B idea was the humanitarian one of arresting pain. But hn forgot : hat it is often dliliuull ? nay, liupoSMbie to draw the line when a disease id ourable or meitra ble. I Merc suff...

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. — 30 January 1895

1 Will Senator Mandorson Offers Seven Propositions. PARTAKE OF A COMPROMISE. Interesting Remarks Made on the Propositions. The New York Chamber of Commerce Endorses Cleveland's Recommendations. Bv Houthora Associate-1 PraM. Washington, January 2.'.?Sr.v Ate.?Tho fiuaoeial qneitiou wr.s .Drought to tho front early in to day's sessiou ol the Senate by a res? olution by Mr. MandersoD, winch, after discussion, was referred to the finance Committee. It embraced coven propositions, which, Mr. Xlauderson admitted, looked like a Bodge podge, bnt which really were, be ^11 hi, a compromise thut iui^Ut hu liu.l ought to be embodied into law. Those were: A reserve of $200, 000.000 in gold ami $'200,000,000 in silver; the issue of bonds payable Hi gold or silver; the destruction of legal tender notes when paid in gold or i-itver; the exchange, for live years, when demanded, of ;;old voiu for silver eoiu, nud of silver coin tor gold ooin; the use of the new Bouds for national bank currency <ol...

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. — 30 January 1895

The Virginian's Daily Hints .?ion-* HOUSI; KiilZPfuRS ! Bill of Fare TO-MORROW, riiursday, 31st ol |ahuary. jcOI'YKH.Iir.l Knrrott :"i?l 1"?' are kileticn walls, To oilier eye* limn mluej Tu iu.- iliee nri lurier limn stately nails HI (i daci lair ami tine. M. II. BREAKI-AST. Oranges. Ilrown Mush Fried lu Butter. Hath. Orahaui Oeroi Apple Since. Ml k Cracker*. Coffee. DI IM M El . I'old turkey. Warm OniTjr. Stti et 1'ulu oos. Tomatoes. Celery, raploca and I ii in Ii i'nd Hilft. 15 t_J !=? F3 El Pi. I'earl Roiuhiy Frillers. Baked Applta. Jelly. Oik*. Milk. Tea. WHAT FCR TEA. Hu??- 1 any i holi e' Vei dear ill" sound of yi.urc.iTii sweet volee, Ami m ir geutlo pratMice. I always reel The core* of tue day II--- ?Im low - ?teal Away ft-oni your sou Habt; an I evening real low lu*i in the way l !"*<? Hi* "*'''? . !-.? ? |il a M>ii B?e p .iniilui; . lit I ? ill.'lit It'll, With ii special ill light, in >"'ir heart, 'or tue, Fi- certain io ?!?.? ui? these, ail mete. Aud unytlibis ...

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. — 30 January 1895

wa vi'iii?. ?SalMrfftrMenM */ tnu i-ttut, ftvt Un'J or tats, etr.u tor one inttttiont 60 ctnu for throe. Wanted an educated lady op it plcasiug address lor |k>sltion of Oust loa Milts I?! pitrty; good ?ulnry ?i'i bi paid. Ap. ?ly afli r i" In 10- ii o! nlng, lluddingloii !>? IUI. ?U--, rouiti lip,_o-w.v> -' "\\7ANTI 11?A Mll>im.K-Alil !> LADY FOR t? companion t" toutletuaii's wife ?ml llttlo Daughter; nuw.ik and lion Is ry, but a pleas-| ?ii home. Vddress IIUSlNIvS?, Ylrgluiuu ?dice. my mi' ViiiiKT 'I'D IN\ Ii A I \ aii AKTS in-I J\ rited; situiillous secured for ladies ami cut lemon; ladles in < larg1. i.\Dil>' Dt t'AKIMI.N I', ion Main street. jalHMl* }"ri:k oitocuitY iukuks bookkkki* ei?, ei iglue rs, Bremen mrnlshedcmplsyeis ] ?t lu'i Main -in- i |aSu-ll4 Ci't i l " \ I: l i I \ 1.1 i M AltltlEtl .1ANI l"l: SVUU ttio undo iintls steal , Februuri 1.1th. ^pplieatlous pluvoii si onco through ni'Msni ?lr?l 011? CROP WATOHMAN ImI; WU.MINUTON, ti Ii-i: double wutu...

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. — 30 January 1895

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