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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 2 February 1895

Breckinridge and Heard Enjoy a Lively Altercation. SPRINGER BILL REPORTED. Prompt Action Argued. Toller's Weply to Gorman in the Senate. Contest for Senator Mor? gan's Seat Laid on the Table. BT Southern Aasoeifttoil Pr"tu. Washington, D. 0., February 1. ??House.?A. very gray huirod tainu violently struggling iu tlio errns of several ruon to reuen nuother man standing facing him, aunilst almost indesort babla confusion, while epithets of "liar" und -'scoundrel" were ban? died betweeu the two combatants, was a Beene on the iloor of House of Representatives this afteruoou, Hawaii was tho iudireet cause of to-days' altercation between Messrs. lieard, (Dem.), of Missouri, aud breckinridge, (Dem.), of Kentucky, surpassing in sensational features ?n.vthinn seen on the door of the House for years. It was brought ?bout by nu effort by Mr. Heard to *ut otl debate on a Hawaiian resolu? tion at a time when .Mr. Breckiu ridge wns attempting to get tuo Iloor to speak on it, Mr. Heard was anxious...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 2 February 1895

-for HOUSE-KEEPERS ! Bili of Fare -FOR TO-MORROW, Sunday, 3d of February. I COPYRIGHT. I ETorv beautiful, pure ntid gold thought ?Which the heart ciilerinlna li an augel ofuiercy, purifying aud guarding the >-v>??l. BREAKFAST. Orange?, Oatmeal. Batter, loan. Omelet. Oinger Snaps. Coffee. DIMMER. Fricasseed Chicken. Sweet Potato >. Corn. Celery. Quince Jelly. Cold Rolls and Butter. Prune Jelly. Cake. LUNCH. Crackeri und Milk. Btead and Puner. Fruit. Tea. To rejoice in the ha|>i>tnes* of otlier? i? to make it our own; to produce it, i< to make it luor- than uur own. Tough meal t? made t?iulor l>y lying n few intitules in vinegar aud water. The Restriction Uncle Sam Pro" vides to Protect the Public, IS THE LAW ENFORCED? The Oleomargarine Sellers Think an Injustice Has Been Done Them. Something More About Antediluvian Animals. Tnr. Virginian article yesterday On Oleomurgurine, was prepared With tho lull kuowlcd...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 2 February 1895

FUJLX E?SLOWP* : and Bwcet us u rose? tho young woman who touos 1 ?p her system with Dr. [ 1 lorce'8 Fnvorito Pro? scription. It is a certain I euro for all tho ailments peculiar to tho delicate rgauization of women. It is perfectly safe in rauy condition of the (^jfcj. system and always V I ??^?^rohablo. regu luting fiitiwfi' the debeato organs |to preform tooir work painlessly. Women have sallow faces, dull eyes, hol !ow cheeks, and low Spirits, when suffer ng from disorders, derangements and weaknesses peculiar to their box. Health Is regained,!after periods of dir./.intws, ner? vous proatratioD, pain and excitability, or other manifestations of derangement or displacement of the womanly organs, When tho "Prescription" Is used. Guar? antees a WANVKUt Atttfi tiimitittt of thii clatt, ftre Hnrj or Istt, 24 OSMl tor one intertton: BO emu for Mm. ll/ANTED?Yt'HULESALK HOUSE BOOK *> kcojier, tin general store manager, HI office part n r, SIS; traveling talesmen, sTA and expe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 2 February 1895

BPTtTMWBBP 1S??. FDUL18BBD EVERY. MOKMttU BiUKJfl' MONDAY.. VIRGINIAN lsUll.UlNO. ftlAUS AND COMMEKOK ?SUItSSO. M. Ol.EN NAN. OWKBB. Entered n? ?ecoud-claas matl matter. THE i llU PI.aTION OK THE VIRGINS IAN is LARGELY, IN EXCE-S of any other papor published iu Eastern Vir? tue circulation In Norfolk anl Ports? mouth is greater tbau that of any paper rabUibail or circulated in the two oitios. ]t is delivered in tho cities of Norfolk and Portsmouth and suburbs for lOconts oweek. HI ail f-nbscriptione, postage paid, rive Dollars per year: Three Hollars for in months: One Dollar and Fifty Cents for three month*; and Titty Cents for one * Advertisements inserted at tho rate of 76 cents a. Kqusbb I ibbt Insertion; eaoh subsequent iuBorBiou 371 Cbntb, or 5u Cent? when lJ.Sr.ktei> eteiis otbis oav Contractors are not allowed to exooed their space or advertise other than their legitimate business, except by paying Upeeisllv for the same. TbeWEESI.T ?mOlBUH AHoCAUOLirtUM, eight pa...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 2 February 1895

This Portion of the World Rightly Covered, CITY HOSPITAL SUGGESTION Y. M. C. A. Concert. A Runaway Horse. South Street to Be Shelled. Marriage License. Land For the County. Steamer Virginia. Candlemas day. February cauio iu cloudy nud gloomy. Judge l'rontis, of tho Circuit Court, was iu tho city yesterday. Forty-six tramps found lodgings At the station house last mouth. South street will bo shelled from Court to Washington iu a few days. There were eighty-inuo arroata dado during tbo mouth of Juuu ???>'? The timo for shooting piirtridgos fn Norfolk county expired ouTuurs day last. Tbo eutertaiurueut at Mrs, Moore's on t'ourt streut last night was well patronized. There will bo au examination for letter carriers for tbo city ou the B3d instant. .Street Inspector Wood commenc? ed yesterday to lay tbo pavement on .North btroct, Washington's birthday falla ou Friday, 't here should bo au old Itishiou military parade. Tbe remains of Constructor Sam* nel Armi8tead are expected ...

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

Many items of a News.v and Per> sonal Character. NO MORE JOINT CAUCUSES. Midnight Cnucus Without Results. Death of Dr. Williams. No Cu? mulative Voting. Supreme Court. Illicit Distillery. Commissioners. Special l>ifi>atch to the Virginian. Kai.i-.uih, N. C, February 1.? Dr. Samuel B. Williams, mom bor of the II0116O from Warren county, died here early this morning of pueumouia. Ho was 71 years of uge and had been sick ever since the legislative sossion began, lie was a practicing physieian aud was ?oll kuowu. Mis ueatb wan reported iu some of the papers last Saturday Might. Ilo camo uonr dying that uight, The Republicans iu the legisla? ture have virtually (jiveu notice to the Populists that uo more joint caucuses will be held until the Re publicans get thiugs to suit them. The Caucus Committee with twenty members, Populists aud Ro publicans, was iu sossion until mid? night last night. It received tbo draft of tbo county govorumcut bill, but took no ...

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

TU our V OT it r Ui' f. Bv Southern AsgoOiae l Pros-t. TCkw Yohk, Fobruary 1,?Money on call firm at '2 per cent; last loan at - jier cent, ami closing Offer0:1 at 2 per cent. sterling o .Change Weak, with actual business in bankers bills at 4S7?a ?S7; lor sixty days and L3SJ lor de maud. Postoil rates, 1^ ia48l}. Contme'r- j eial bills. 487attt7$. Government boudl closed steady. Tni: srooa utioter?jt. j-hnu bum. American Cottou Oil. 19J: American ! Cotton Oil, preferred, 03JaUl: American i Sugar Refineries, Olj: American rUiK.ir Rennerice, preferred, 901; Amer? ican Tobacco. Uil; American To baooo preferred, 107: Atolitsou, Tope La aud Santa Fo, 41: Kaltiuioro und Ohio, 031; Oanadn Paoiftc. Blf; Obes* sieake au I Ohio, im Chicago ?u i Alton, 517-, Chicago, llurliugtuu aud Lpiinoy, K'2i; Chicago (inn Trust, 75|* Delaware, en I Laokawanua, 161; OiatillereaudOat- j lie Feeders. S; ICrio. 10}; Erie, prof., 21; | ?.>onoral Bleotric, 20i: Illinois Central, | l>S; l.a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 2 February 1895

Many Matters of Interest to All Virginians. RABINEAU MURDER CASE, Court of Inquiry Proceedings Will Not Be Made Public. Powha tan Club's New Lease of Life. Pop T?te, the First Baseman. Special Dispatch to the Virginian. Richmond, Va., February 1.?A great deal of surprise was occasioned by the verdiot in the liabiucau xnurder case. It is the common topio in town to-day and many people havo expressed indignation that tho man should hnvo lieou no quitted. Habineau shot nud killed otto G. Fraysor in n bar room. Tho two men' bad been out drink? ing during tho night and early in tho morning quarroiled. It seems that Frayeer was teasing Rabineau and tho Utter became quite angjy and killed bis companion. Bnbl ueuu's defense was, that the pistol ?was fired by accident. Many por? tions who listened to the evidence declare tlint the verdict was nu out? rageous one. Tho result in this case coming no noon ufter the light punishment MoNamee received fur killing Atwcll mukes u most lively topic. I...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 3 February 1895

VOU XLV1III?NO. 64: SOKFOLK' VA? SUNDAY. FEBRUARY 1895. FRIGE2 OEMS Brooklyn Trolly Men Attack Cars and Motormen. THE POLICE_CENSURED. President Morton Says the Strike is Over, Yet for Want of Proper Protection Assaults Con? tinue. A Petition to Pro? tect the License. Hr Soutliorii Associated t'rast BrookTjYX, February 2.?Presi? dent Norton, of tbo Atlantic avenue railroad, baa written a letter to Po? lice Commissioner WollOB, raking iiiui over tUo coals for not affording Iuoper ))obco protection. Mr. Nor im says tbo ntnko is over and that to baa plenty of competent moo to run bis cure, and tbat tho Brooklyn police huvo not done their duty und tbat assaults aud depredations con tiuue. Ho bue given Instructions to bis motormen aud conductors to arm tbemselvcs if tbey can bavo police permission, and says bo will, If necessary, put an additional armed man on every cur. Presi? dent Norton characterizes tbo pres? ent condition of affairs as diBgraoe tul and blames tbo police of lirook lv...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 3 February 1895

The Virginian's Daily Hints -VOR HOUSE KEEPERS ! BilFof Fare -for TO-MORROW, Monday, 4 th of February. IcopYRioirr.l Oar firesides nais: be our ranctiiariCS, our rrfuic from intaforton?. oar tlioito retreat Jr^m ?11 the world.?Goldsmith. B R EI AK FAST. Povl Hominy. JNked Ap;l'?. Um? and Kggs. Muffln?. Syrup, I'mekera. Coffee. DltMtMER. lio.st Lamb, Potato**, Peas. Ce'ery White and Graham Bread. Pickles. M n ?<? niul Suuasli Pi?v SUPPER., (iraliaui Mush. Warmed Potatoes. Cold Meat. Apple Sauce. Cnkc. Milk. Teil. BAKED~BEANS. Soak overnight one pint of bo.m.s. Ia the morning partoU theiu luree tirue*. u?lng one luiirtli lc- spoon of ?'?via in the Brit Tvuter. Put in bean-pot with ore IIIri pound ol >alt poik. two teaipooufnls uieli e . uiif oi mustard, one of tall. Hake live hjura or longer, adding Bolt? ing water. a>- needed. To beat the white of eggl qn'cl.'v, add a pinch ? fiia'it. Salt cool?, m ot cold egg* froth rapidly. They Arrive And Are Royal...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 3 February 1895

-addenFaintingSpelis,; ?Epilcptic Convul- j 'sions, or Fits, smd all nervous disease?, ns Paralysis, Loco motor Ataxia, Epi? lepsy, or Fits, St. Vltns's Dance, Sleeplessness, Nerv ous Prostration, Ncrvons Debility, Neuralgin, Melau choliu. Threatened Insanity, nnd Kindred Ailments, aro treated"as a specialty, with preat suc? cess, by the Staff of the Invalids' Hotel end Surgical Institute. Buffalo, N. Y. Slimy arc cured at a distance without persoual consultation?the necessary medicines being sent by mail or ex? press. Question blanks sent on ap? plication. For Pamphlet, References, nnd Particulars, enclose 10 cents in stamps forpostage. Address, World's PtspF.NSAr.y Medical Association, Buffalo, K. Y. IVANTKU, sidi'sf'itimtnuof eiau, .me unu or tut, '-!G coin lor one irun fi'on; fAlcfnufbr iVstv. MEN to SELL HAKIM. POWDEK T( ?i>l ili?' grocery .trade. Steady employment, sjaperlecce unnecessary. Sli utsatbTy salary pud ,-x enscs ?>r eouiuilsdon. If oner sstls s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 3 February 1895

EKHBURHXD 1865. ITJBLSSHKD EVERY MOHNINUEXOKPf MONDAY. VIIIGINIAN B?IL.DIN?. ftlAUi AND COMMEltUE BTBEBT?. M. ULENNAN. Owsku. EDlcrttl as eecoml-clRSi insil matter. The grand jury in Savannah, Cia., has found that twenty-one prisoners in the couuty ohain gaug are suffer? ing from exposure. 'Thoy were oorupelled to break ice in the caual without 6hoes or stookings on their feet and wearing only a pair of pants. Sevoral of them are per? manently disabled. Acoordiug to tho report of a Chi oaso society, there are G0.000 people in that city who ore oontirmed vic? tims ot opium. It does not 6ay how many of these take tho drug because they want to forget that they have to live in Chicago. ?IS HO.-U1-: LIFE WOMAN'S 1,1111 rv Terhops never before in tho World's history have tho relations of woman towards the world been so tnuob discussed as at tho present time, Mrs. Elizabeth A. Adams, writing on tho subject in tho Globe Quarterly Review, asks tho question ??Is Home Lifo Woman's Limit'/" t\n...

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

PORTS MO. U TH. Leading Items Here Related in Proper Sequence. THE MURDERER FRIGHTENED Mission Work. Candlemas Ob? served. Fishermen Getting Ready. Goings and Com? ings. Repairing Damages. Road mid of store for rent iu a good locality. Mr. L. L. LiOater and brulo havo roturm il homo. One spar-worker was discharged from the yard last night. dipt. John T. Brady and brido Jreturuod home yesterday. Read the udvertisemeut of C. W. lindens .V (Jo. for Monday, Mr. .1. H. Trotter is confined to Iiis home nt 319 Crawford street. Thero will be a prayer meeting at Central Church this ufteruoon at 3 o'clock. Head the add of lost watch and return us directed and receive a re? ward of $10. The liihermon are making pre? parations to go utter tthud and her? rings on the 15th inst. There will be smging exotcises nt the Scottsvillo Baptist Churob this afternoon at ?"> o'clock. Don't forget the concert at the Jvirn Hull tomorrow night fur the Leneiit ol the V. M. C. A. The funeral of Soiith...

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

THE WONDERFUL RECORD OF FOUR MONTHS! ?r It Preserves the Skin,. Qurdot Face Wash i? used by monitors of tit- l'oncin< Master Opera Company, Uobln Ho. d i p ru r nipany, Morton's raiuou* So? Orleans Minstrel* and many others, it is an ? x-?.: nt prcsarrcr ot' tba akin utter the use coiinettcf. It Cured Pimples. Vr 11. H Harrison, ot Norfolk, a format citizen of lo rs urg, says Quratol cured pim? ple* oo in- ton's face, lie I as a so used it for othrr troubles, and tbe nan it was always sa Is lac t or r. Certainly a Great Remedy. Cttpt. .1. W. l aid, of the Norfolk police forc?. -r.ys: "I had a bone felon on my driver. The pain wat Intense until I mod Qurato It relieved mo almost like magic. Neve: saw anything to equal it. It is certainly a great remedy." Forgot Her Pain. Mr. Thomas Lo?-ery, of Norfolk, says: "One ot my children bad averi sore throat. I save her Quratol as a gargle, as dir eted, at night. The next morning tbe throst wus cured and tbeliltleone hail forgotten...

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

A Contribution of Religious and Secular News. PRAYER WEEK FOR MISSIONS. Services at the Several Churches ?ipr the Day. Arrested for Car? rying Concealed Weapons. The Mayor's Court. Personals. Rov. Dr. Gcorgo H. Roy will preach in Chestnut Street At. E. Church to-day, morning and even? ing; nud there" will be bold this week j)rnyer for mission, aud a serniou will bo preached oncb evening, in conneotiou with wbioh a rovivnl ?or vice will bo held. Rev. Dr. G. W. Curler will proaob on Tuesday evening. BUbjuot, "Tbo (lilt of tho Jlolv Spirit to tbo Homo Churches*" UWthome for to morrow (Monday) flight will be "What liold God sManifeats. St, Paul's P. E. Cbureb. Kov. Robert Gatowood, pastor. Pfeaoli lng II n, m. nud !*> p. tn. Berkley Aveuuo Baptist Church, Rov. 1J, N, Quiaenberry, pastor, Preaching 11 a. m. nud 7::i? p. ui, St, Thonin*' P. E. Cliurcb, Rev. J)r. .1 nines R. Hubbard, pastor, j'rencbing 11 a. m, and 4:30 p. tu. Main Mtreet Cbristiau Cbureb, Rev. M. W. Butler, pns...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 3 February 1895

fll 1M_ C?P1TRL Many Matters of Interest to All Virginian Si THE SEMINARY REMOVAL. Lively Bidding for Hampden-Sidney. Dr. Hoge's Semi-Centcnnial Celebration. Internal Rev? enue Appointments. Polk Miller Lectures. Special Uiapateli tj the Virginian. Ricmto.su, February 2.?If it should be determined to remove the Union Theological Seminary from Hampden-Sidney to Kiehinoud there will be a most lively tight over the site for it. The locul committee will meet on February 1-lth and probably will approve of some oiler made, but their doi-iston will not be tiual, and the trustees will he ap? pealed to by persons or companies whoso propositions are rejected. Nearly all the suburban land com? panies are trying to capture the seuiinnrv to boom tneir property. M-tjor Cliuter, the millionaire cigar? ette mauufaouuer, wants it out near his country resideuce aud will no doubt oiler to do handBomo things for tho seminary if his wishes are carried out. If the seminary is re? moved here Hanii'den Kid...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 5 February 1895

IPiuRiiRICltD The House Ignores the Commit tee on Rules. THE HOUSE CURRENCY BILL Time Settled Upon (or Debate and Amendments. In -tlic Senate. Mr. Carlisle's Message on the Revenue is Read. A Surplus. t liT .Southern Asiooiato 1 Press. Washington, February 4.?House ?Tho* week opened with a refusal du the part of the House to accept the programme of busiuoss out? lined for it by the K?los Committee. Id the morning hour the confer etice report on tho Army Appro pr.utiou lull was agreed to, aud bills vere passed urnutiug tiio right of TTuy tlirough tiie Indian l'erritory to the Arkansas und Northwestern Railroad Oompauy, and providing Ju-tieouof the pouee for the Terri? tory of Alaska. f he. oouferonee report on the For liticatious Appropriation bill was presented showing thut the conferees liiul agreed upon nil differences ex repl the amendment of iho Sonate j>riiviiiiuK that u coutraot for fifty breech-loading mortars shall be ou* tend into, to cost uot motu thau a|l),0 in...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 5 February 1895

The Virginian's Daily Hints HOUSEKEEPERS ! Bill of Fare TO-MORROW, Wednesday, 6th of February. , Icopvuiuut.I We ta'U at-out tlio telescope of faith, but I tliink we waul e*on more tlie microscope uf watchful null gratoful love.?llAVKSfcAi.. BREAKFAST. Applet. Wliualens >lie|?lict<l - I'lc. Muffin:, "raugo .lain ?'olle.'. DirvllMElF?. Scolloped Oyster*. Mashed Petalow. l oin. Celery, Pickles. Whits and i.Minim Bread, i.-mon Jelly. Wafers SU PPER CortiMutb. Apple Sauce. iMiipjitd U<.ef. Sliced Orauges. > ake. , Miik. Tea. SHEPHERD'S PIE. Butter a mull platter thoroughly; ??read over ?:.rm inil potato i"^ci.j ?efl Willi milk. Ilute tbe potulo around the nig* ufthe, platter ?Uli ? silver i"rk. (-"el ;i in tin- ui. u to brown. When siintiictl euough i?i retain it shape, poir over u .1 mind oiild lanib warmed in grSTy. Season to laste. Borrs very hot. lie loving and von will nerer will wanl for love: be bumble aud you will never waul for gaming...

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

All Approve His New Ideas. The Eminent Professor A'oly Sup? ported In His Fight for Humane Methods. Mrs itaynor, ot 71*3 I'.i : Une Huudrod ?rei Forty-tilth streot. sex Vork city. e?y<: "I have anflorod terribly from Dys t i iifis In tlio worst inriu. Tuo ligutoat> oit-t produ c l death like sieknets. Aclud to tliih 1 hud u u vere attu-k of lilioumatiaui. with swelling of th<> lirubs ?ti i excruciating i ain My heart became adlectcd and l wst * ukiug to rap dlv from exhaustion that uiy physicians pave my on u 111) as< hopeless. At ?In? ?Uno nr. Itaynor brought mo some of 4iunyon s Itomed os and encouraged me to try them i'be bouoflt from tb?ir u,. * us iuirtioulons. 11 a proved at once und Wits out <it danger iu a i< ? days, My im l>r<<voi ent whs eontiutious and now l can thank Profrcssor 9 nuyou tor a coin jticti- mid wonderful eure." .? uuyou's Itbcumatlam Cure is guaran?...

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

rtrr?BM8UBi> 18*6. I dd1.1khed KVK.IIY MOKNlNtl KXUKFV MONDAY. V1IIOIN1AN m il.lHNO. WAIN am? ?OMMBU?IS tU'UKBT* M. GLENN AN. Ownku. Knleirtl uMc?ag-(l?i?ul mstter. | i in i iii.?. vi ation ok tue vntaiNj IAN is LAHOEIjI IN KXC.K-s of miy other paper pobliahoil in Eastern Vtr r'hs circulation in Norfolk au<i l'orte niontb it-KrtP.ter than that of any paper rnblifbf.i or circslated iu tbo two cities. Ii la delivered in tbo cities of Norfolk and l'ortimoutb bii<1 snbnrbe for in cents ? week. J1 ail subscriptions, postage paid, 1 ire I oliars nor year: Three 1 'ollari for six months One Dollar au?l Fifty Cents for three months, ali i Kifiv ('onts for ouo j 01 ""vertisenir nte inserted at tbo tateof 761 kstb s tSQtam I UtST IkskBtiom; oaoh ?nbsoquiiit ineeraion 871 cents, or t">0 ; ?ECTB ?HFN IKBKIlTKD KVF.uy oTIIK.lt 1>AV. I Contractors ar'. not allowed to exoee.l ', their sy>aon or advertise other than tboir legitimate ...

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