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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 8 February 1895

The Administration Measure De? feated on Third Reading. AMENDMENTS VOTED DOWN Mr. Bland'sSeigniorage Bill Comes Near Passing. Tennessee's Gu? bernatorial Election. Sen? ator Mitchell's Plea for Sugar Bounty. By Southern Associated Trass. "Washington, February 7.? House.?The ltouso baa diaoussed fdaue for liuaneial relief throe days and refused by ilecisivo votos to tmsB uuy oue of them. When tho ?omuiittoe of tho whole at 3:30 p. (u. oouoluded its session, three oropositious wor?' reported to tho iiouse for its action?the original fcpriuger bill (known us tho Admit)' fstratum bill) proposing.the is6iio of $500,000,000 15 per cent, fifty year fold bonds, m amended by the 00m tuittee of the whole; tho substitute proposed by Mr. Reed, authorizing Ibu isaue ot two year 3 per cent, certificates of ludebtuesa to meet cnrrent deficiencies 111 the,revenue und bonds to cover the deOoieuoy tu the gold reserve with ah amend? ment proposed by Mr. liryau, <,Dem.), of Nebraska, ru atliruiiug t...

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. — 8 February 1895

Ttifi Virginian's Daily Hints -FOR HOUSE-KEEPERS ! Bilijf Fare TO-MORROW, Saturday, *> tli ol February. IrorTRiaiiT.I < heerfulncss ?? ' mailer which depend! fully nt much i n Iba <"ue ofthings within as.lie Mate uniting! witboul uud around u>. BREAK RAST. Apples and Dale*. Oatmeal. BrcaktaitJflStcw. Fried Corn Mush. Whim Bread, Quince Muriualaile. Coflce. ? INNEPi. FisM Chowder Corn-Meal (.ciiiii I.mm Beans. Torna t) Pickle* Sweet Potato Cobbler. Cheese SUPPER Run?. Uorric?. While Bread. Jelly. Milk. Tea. CHOCOLATE CAKE. FortbeCak? One une tabbwi."f?l butler; two-thirds cup ituear; one-third onp sweet milk: one aud .Iniru cupful* Boer; ii piuch ol rail; one lea?|.uful baking i>o? dir. Hate in two jell; nans. For the ' ros|iug: Whiles ?.f Ibrea esn; enc ein? powdered augur; three heaping laid* ?I.nflih grated chocolate: one teospoounil extract vaullla, Mix smooth and ipread be? tween the cakes, end ua lop. Fi POLICEMEN DROPPED Without any Cause Assigned by the Commiss...

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. — 8 February 1895

WA KT Hl?? imwmHmnmi of Ulli cinsl, nvt iinr* or te$t, 26 orfttt ;or ihm atssrtfwif Wccnu /or i'u?, ?? DS'l'-iiNK DU/IN 11 \ In i KS, M \ i1k KD >T. Ii 'JoepU.i literal'? Club, bet ween New and ?farloer street;. Tlie finde.' wlU return to St. iwcpb'a Catholic School ami bo rewarded 1 l-S-.lt'_ '5 HUSTE:.'s SALE?ICK CREAM, CK KAM i audiMllkasu.ualat METTOWE6 HAIRY, Cr Charlotte street. Sps ia] induceiii als. 1" Kutter and Cbcvti'. I'hoaeSlS. fi8 ICTtEY TO LOAN < >N RKAL ESTATE IN Ii "im? in suit, on easy leriua. vidnj? idllN B. WEST, IV O. ?ui 225. leT-l?' IHKAHDEH WANTED TO LET, I'KUNT ) ruuiu,wiili board in private family, to geu ?,.??. a am! wiii or t?" gentlemen; weit ?t liranby sir.rt. Address "W/O. W.," care of | "Virginian. fs?-St* WANTED?AI ONf'E, KUTKBN Willi t: M ?ton?cutters; piece work; wurls ten hours ?er dar; i arn |2 to ?V.U i er dar. A'. K KOOK, \ skeneld (irantto ttuarriea, l'itersburg, Va. feit-lw?_ ANTED ? A MUST-CLASH COLORED eok; eltl?': unde.siituds mar...

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. — 8 February 1895

ROTABMMW) it"*0 I IHH.I8HKD EVKKY MOHNltHJBX?JfilT MONDAY. VlllOINlAN BUILDING ?IA1K AND OOMMBK?B STUKHrrs. U. (SI.ENNAN. Owmkk. Entered ?* second-class uia.il mailer. ilJF t llU KI.aTION OK THE VlHOlNJ IAN i* LABOELY IN EXUE S of any other paper pablished in Eastern Vir K lu'oircalatloa '? Norfolk and rorts eortUi is greater than tbat of auy papor rnblUbo.i or circulated in tbe two cities. It is delivered in tho oitios of Norfolk end Portsmouth and suburb* tor lUoeuts ? week. Melli-ubsoriptions. postage paid. Mis Dollars per year: Three Dollars for ?is months: Ono Dollar and Fifty Cents for three months; and Fifty Cents for one BA^TertliemeaUlniert?d nt the ratoot 76 O.NTfl a t-yvAus: 1 ibbt Ikkkbtion; eaon ?obseqnent insersion 371 Csntb, or 60 C?>t? whfm 1mfbtfu EVKIir otheb uay. Contractors nre not allowod to exceed their space or advertise othor than their legitimate business, except by paying ?rrrinllV tor tbe same. TntfnlU VlKOIMA!? AHOCAHOMNIAN, eight pRges, is delivered, ...

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. — 8 February 1895

PORTS MO UTH. The Survival of Fittest News From a Dreary Day. Y. M. C. A, PRACTICAL TALK Delegate to Staunton. Wagon Up? set. Board of Supervisors. Pay Day. Street Cars Tied Up. Grand Jury. The Price of Coal. Tp morrow will bo pay day ?t the ?avy yard. Coal jumped yesterday from $4.50 jper ton to 95.60, Mr. Jake Codd is confined to hn tiome by sieknesB. | An effort will bo made to run the Street cars to day. Mr. Miotou ?. Talbot qaalified to practice law in the Hustings Cour?. Commissioner of the Revenue Vi C. Butt iH cou?ned to his homo with a carbnuole. 1 Head the advertisement of a dwell? ing for ealo iu Park View and apply US directed. T?ore was eight cases before the grand jury yesterday and all of thoui were felonies. The merry jingle of the sleigh l)clls yesterday oould bo heard all i ever the streets. The Y. M. G. A. Ueneral A6sooia- | lion is iu sesstou iu Staunton. Air. Ueverly represents the Portsmouth ?usooiatiou. (j;Last sight was the regular meet? ing night for the Cha...

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. — 8 February 1895

Many Items of a Newsy and Per? sonal Character. APPEAL FOR THE EXPOSITION Three Thousand Dollars Asked For the Atlatita Exposition. Tho Legislature. An Old Citizen. To Let Public Printing. Bills Presented. Special Disunion to tho Virginian. Ralkioh, N. C, February 7.? Last evening Mrs. K. It. Cotton weut before the Legislative Com? mittees ou Agrioulture an i urged that tho 83,000 Bel apart in the lull providing for North Oaroliua'a ex? hibit at thu Atlanta Imposition he oeriaiulv apuroprioted, Her plea was an earneat oue. The committee is very favorably inoliued toward tho hilt and will report it favorably, your correspondent is assured, It will, however, require hard work to get it through the Legislature, even though the money is to come from the balance of tho direct tax fund now iu the treasury. 1 hero were lears of a heavy piiow hero last night, hut only half an inch fell, Thero was soiuo sleet to day, but not much. Capt. Kdward 1>. Engelhard, su? perintendent of tho water ...

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. — 8 February 1895

CONMEU REPORT j nionuv ruarbot. BY Southern Associaed Presj. WkwYoiik. February 7.?Money on call ?asv, at 192 percent; lust loan it Ij per veiit. and closing offered at 14 per ?011t. Sterling oxohange in week, with r -tiiitl business in bankers bills at 487u ?371. for sixtv days and 4e?}.il3(>l for de? mand. Posted rates, 4S7;,a48i. Couiui.r cinl bills, 4dO?480j. Government bouds oloied weaker. thk stouk MAHEr-ci.o"ii*U BIOS? ?nierican Cotton Oil. 19|: American Cotton Oil, prefsrred. 01*67; Amonuau j 9ugar lUflueriee. 98*: Aiuenuuu tjugar Itefluerius, preferred, 921; Amer? ican Tobaeoo, 954; Atuerieau To tyaooo preferred. 106: Atoinsou. Tope ku snd Santa Fe. 4}: Haltiuiore nud ?Jhio. 62); Gauada I'noihV. 62}; Chasa i'f.ik. so 1 Ohio. 161; t'hieago *u I Alton, ?47; Obieago, liurliagtou and Quiucy, %'iy, Chicago Oa? Trust, 761 Delaware, (u,l l.sokawanim, 1691: Distillers?n?l Cat* tie Feeders. ?J{. F.ne. 101: Kim. prof., Uli; ?onersl Kleotrio, 28): Illinois Central, BS; Lake Erie an...

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. — 8 February 1895

KT THE STATE GRPITRL Many Matters of Interest to All Virginians. ANNIVERSARY OF PEABODY. Bar Association's Banquet. A Statement Expected From the American Book Company. Trolley Car Runs Away. N. & W. Receivership. [Special Dispatch to the Virffiuiau.] RlCHUOSD, Va.. February 7.? Hou, John E. Massay, the Superin tendent of Pubho Inslrnetiou, laaa Bout out a circular letter 'o the city aud county superintendents, colbug attention to the fad that tbe lsth ol tins mouth is the lO?t? anniver? sary of the birth of Qeorge Peabody und asking that appropriate ever ciseB be held in the schools ou that day. Mr. Massey sends also a pro? gramme winch he request be earned out ae far us practicable. This in eludes reoitatioos of appropriate poems prepared by Mr. .lames ?, liar wood aud M 1*8 .luiiu Henning, of Riohmond; asketeh of Peabody's lifo and extracts froiu In? loiters and an extract irom an address of Dr. Curry'a ou Peabody. Thu Richmond Bar Association gavo a bauqnet to night in honor...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 9 February 1895

1118 Of HMD - i Traffic Suspended All Over the Land. j RANGE OF THERMOMETER, Pennsylvania Railroad Crippled. River Frozen at Pittsburg;. Blockade at Alexandria. New York Harbor Barely Open. Bt Southern Associatod?rra?. Philadelphia, February 5.?The enure Ponnsyivauiu railroad system (rum Now York to Washington in tue East and its fur West as Pitta uurg is seriously crippled because of snow drifte. In bumo places, particularly at Miltiln, forty-uiuo milea west of Harrisburg, tho snow lias drifted as high as the car tops. A few traius on the various divi eioua departed from Philadelphia ibia moruiug, but the driits inter? rupted their progress at intervals on every few uiilee. Thus far no aooi denta have been recorded. The Western, Southern and Paci? fic express trains which left here last night at s:."?? 10:'20 aud 11:20 respectively, were suow bound all night in the neighborhood of Down Jugton. This uioruing workmen succeeded in elennug the tracks aud the traiue proceeded slowly arr...

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. — 9 February 1895

The Virginian's Daily Hints -FOR-? HOUSE-KEEPERS ! Bi!i_of Fare TO-MORROW, Sunday, 10th of February. ICOPTRIUHT.I Open th? window* ?I lb* mind. Tual wl-doiu in"' au out ranee llnd; Oih-u iln> wiu tny h?nrl, Timt love and Jot iiiun may*! Impart; Open Ihe Window? ?i iby tout, lint Haaren'? paaca may thee enroll. K>i?ia 0. Down. BREAK FAST. Oranges, butfr Toast. lt;.ki'd Apples. Boiled <>r:i h:im BrrjJ. Coline Di rsl PM E FR. Koast Chicken. Mashed Poatoe*. Ca'ery. Jell* Pieklss. Corn, tt hue and Uraham Bread. Chocolate Cuke. ? LUNCH. Bread aud Buttor. Prunes. Cookie?. Tea. GOOD LITERATURE. The bc^t society for tin- suppression of per nlclo literature IstUefamllj Hille teaching lo lore aud study good ami useful ibittgi will tiring bor* an'i k;irl? l" delcsi Ihe opposite. Book?, magazine* .md pavers should be rarled |o suit lbs ages ,.f re.id-tn. but ilio best lU*i t. ii be obtal ued. Forty of Them Arrive With the Blizzard, PLEASED, DESPITE THE COLD They Have Come Here Seekin...

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. — 9 February 1895

Few Physicians Try to Cover the Wide Fields of Science. TENDENCY OF THE TIME. One All-Important Branch of Medi? cine Strangely Neglected Until Independent Discovery Made Great Strides. Millions Have Been Rescued. "My physician goo? hand in baud with mj pastor.' Tins remark was made by tbo Into J. t?. Holtuud, bitnaelt u doctor, audit was xr.io. The work done by the medical pioless ou Ot Amur on i- vast and ?valuable. So vast indeed that few physi? cians are ah e to cover the entire held of rru. tice. but soleo' special departments vu which to become prone m1. It is perhaps strange that so tew dootors have v a e a specialty of studying or treating (bemost important urgut-s of the body, ?fbich uro the hidn-yp,but such novortho U><- i- a t'aoi- it is probably because ?hi b-' organs are so wonderfully doli 'ate stud uncertain, have so tow reoognLab e ? y inpt mi when they are derangedi and, rn fact. iiBinnie the syuipio us that are, ?Im tho cause <>r omst other diaeasoa. Jt ...

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. — 9 February 1895

rsT?ni.i8H?u I pi-.|.l*HKI> K.VI.HY MOUNINU EXDKW MONDAY. M1IOIMAN BUlIiUlMO. PAW am 1 commbbok stub-ms. M. GLENNAN, Ow-ieb. LnieicJ ?' lecond-clasi wall matter. Ill] UlBt ?J.ATION OF Ulli VJHOINJ IftN 1? LABOBLi IN KXOE-K of aujr other paper published ju Eastern Vir "'lts'oircDlatlou in Norfolk and I'orts ?oouth is greater than that of any paper rohltthe.i or ciroalated in the 'WOOU-ei. It is delivered in tho oHies of Norfolk and rortemoutb and Bubnrbe for luoents a week. Mall subscriptions, postage paid. Hve I'ollars per year: Throe I'ollara ror ?IX months One Dollar and ?"ifty < outs for three moatlie: and Fifty Cent* for one "a^VertiBemeutBiuBerte.i at tho rate of ?t knth t mrAiiic 1 max Ipiskmtion; eaon subsequent iusersion 371 Ckhtb, or o? Ch-tb WBSK mar.rTau evbhi other hay. C ontractors avo not allowed to exceed Iheir space or advertise other than their lenillmato bnsineae. excopt by paying specially for the same. Th?W?teit ywoiMJ- SWnt.AUOUNI**, Sight p***?, ?? ???H??...

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. — 9 February 1895

PORTSMOUTH. Interesting Hems From a Snow Bound City. THE HARBOR HALF FROZEN The New York Steamer and Its Coat of Ice. Fifteen Days in Jail. Few Hucksters Out. Boy Hurt While Sleigh? ing. Personals. CSee, ain't it cold! There waB but few mails in yes? terday. , There was but little thawing done yesterday. There was plenty ice in the har? bor yesterday. lee formed half way eoross the river yesterday. The wiud made sleighing very on pleasant yesterday, Road add" of <J. W. HudgicB & Co. in auother column. Head tbo add of L. C, Long St rum iu auother column. fJQAt a late hour last night the O. & O. train bud out arrived. The Htreet hands were engaged in clearing the crossings of suow. Quite a number of wator pipes burst all over the city yosterday. Items wuro fro/.eu up yesterday. The boys indulgod in skating finely yesterday. The nogro.John Wright,who stole herring* from tho city jail,was given fifteen days in jail. 11 was very quiet around the court fcouse yesterday. Thero w...

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. — 9 February 1895

IN lOlDil SlftlLj Many Items of 5? Newsy and Per? sonal Character. THECOLDESTDAY FOR YEARS' Streams Stocked With Trout. A Very Old Citizen. Fight Over Mitchell County Transfer. State Aid to the Univer? sity Contest. Special Dispatoh to thu Virginian. Ramsioh, N. 0., February 8.? This was tbe coldest day tu tblBSeo. tion iu o good many yeare. tbo mercury fell to 2 degreea below zero this morning. A gale of wind pre? luded last night and this edited to the sufleriug. To day tho wind whs high Tbo skv cleared at U o clock last night. The total enow fall was not over hall an inch, but there was considerable sleet. In the mountain section tho Know has not left the ground stuoo Uhrist nius. ? . Mr. Omega II. Foster, owner ol tho cottou coiupresB hero, is very Eick at his homo in thin atty. lie was brought hero from Now York, w here Ins sickness developed, Hev. Dr. M. M. Marshall, rootor of the Ohuroh of Good Shepherd, this city, in now iu Cuba, BOOompa uieil by his wife, Rev. T. W. Fanoitt...

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. — 9 February 1895

COMIRCIM. BIP?RT] ITI?>nov ITlnrHot? Bv Southern Assooiaod I'ros*. i ?kw York. February ?.?Mouey on call I has been active, at 1'a'H per cent; last tuau 11 U per cent, and closing offered at t* per ceiit. sterling exchange la st a ly. With u.-tual business in bankers bills ut ?S?s?487.for sixty dayB and 4S8at83J Tor ?Jemand. Posted rates. *87ia48 ?. Commer? cial bills. 48?}?4S6.1. (loverutneut bonds ?iosod active. tuk srrouK Msaatrr?OMWttto) bios. American Cotton Oil. 10J; American Cotton Oil, preferred. C'.i.UCjJ: Atuiinoan "flugar Bofiiieries, 91}: American "Sugar nefiuories, preferred, '.?2: Atnor Ican Tobnoco, (J.>4; American To bficoo preferred. 104: Alohison. Topo fca and Santa Fe, 4}: Ilaltunora aud "Ohio. G2: Canada Peoiuo. 621; Cbesn {eaho and Ohio. 18t: Chicago iiiid Alton, 40; Chicago, lltirliURtou and Qnmcy. lj; Chicago Ons Trust. 741 Delaware, ?nd I.RoU-HWHimn, l?'J': Distillers and Cat? tle Feeders. 0); Fne. 10j: Krie. prof.. Ill; ?Heneral Electric, Illinois Ceut...

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. — 9 February 1895

Finances and Hawaiian Docu? ments Read. IN SENATE AND HOUSE, The President's Plan to Sell Bonds. Action Urged. Minis? ter Wills' Telegram About the Hawaiian Insurrec? tion is Referred. liv Southern Associate-1 Trcs-". Washington, February 8?Hoitsb -r-Tbe House today entered upon (lie consideration ut tlio Legislative, Executive uud Judicial Appropria tioii bill tor tho year ending Juue DMb, lb!>i', out made little progress. An amendment to the paragraph providing lor the payment of clerks to members offered by .Mr. Hartlett, (Kein, i, of New Vurk, aud to tuuke then annual instead of aesion em ployee, led to an animated debute upon tho ecounmy and wisdom ol giving members tbe assistance ol clerks, Amendments wero all re jeoted but upon the adoption of Mr. Bartlett's proposition a quorum did not vote. All elTorta to secure a quorum provod iruitlesa und fluni ly they were abandoned aud the further ooustderutiou of tho bill postponed. Tho mesaagei from the President, announcing tho a...

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. — 10 February 1895

TRAFFIC tiMM! The Blizzard Has Tied Up Rail and Water Transportation. SCARCITY IN WASHINGTON, Baltimore Harbor Frozen and No Boats Going Out. General Rail Services Prevented by Snow-Drifts. The Ches? apeake Bay. By Southorn Associated l'ro39. Washington, February 9.?As a result of the storm and intense cold Wnehiugtou is threatened with fam? ines of different kinds. Tbo water supply has run low, and thie hits caused tho diu tniuuliug gas to be fhnt oil ill one section of the town, jieeuuso the gas company in do peudout ou water for its powor. An oyster famine is also threat? ened through tho frou/iug of thu river and the consequent Buspension of navigation by the oyster boats. The oyster beds are frozen over uud the ioe is to thick that the dredgers Cannot work or tho smacks and fcteamern operate agaiust the odds, 'there are a few barrels of oysters stored on the wharves, but ure ho badly frozen that tbey are totally useless lor consumption. Muuy people hud to do without milk to-day...

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. — 10 February 1895

The Virginian's Daily Hints -VOR? HOUSEKEEPERS ! BiiyrfTare TO-MORROW, Momlay; 11 th of February. ICOrYMGMT.I Strange tlmt men should hellere iu tin- in? visible mlud,aud not Iii tue uusveu blesthol Uod'i love. BREAK FAST. Urnpes. I'e.irl louiiitv. Chopped Beef. I'riol Raw l\> lali>o?. "CjuinceJ-llv. WbiteUreud. Colloe. tD I INI INJ ElF?. White Souu. Puree Meal Ifcill?. i i.ld Tongue. Celery, Steams I Potatoes, Cauliflower. Curraul .ieii\. 'Wh tputid flrahant Bread. Tapioca Cr ant. SU PPER. Pole ucs In Cieam. Mine .1 Keel on Toast. Stewed Fruit. Cake. Cocoa. FORCE MEAT BALLS. Muk'' veal ami chicken leuii witb rice. Chop Olio o i pro I of iI;ct<-.iI very fun'. Add one-half teasp.'roll of salt aud thrnte, out* fourth at ie|> er, wie icaspoOn?il each of l?un.n line ? and ehe ped parsley. Moisten iu-.it ?rhu beaten yol. of r^t. milkt- into i'?lls the aizeot;l " iuei. I'm llour iu u deep dish, roll ihn balls uutil cover d. Urowu in frying pati^ ebakluu to have evilly (lone. A...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 10 February 1895

FEW KHOW RBO?T THE SHBKERS OF IH??HT LEBflHCN. ^Ye do not boliev.t in their peouliar Wlini >uh views. Wu enunot outer into Mie spirit of their s icrtti os, mid thure (ore we don't st'i Iv their habits ol life. It i -not ne?e'Karv to believe ss thoy <lo. lib t> uct us tliov do; t ut wo eitU and do rvspe t t!i tr heursty of pnr^osOi Voth ms fur us (lie r pr uciplos are ton ?ernednntl their worldly . o.-ln. Almost every prom neut lumi has soino one specialty m uhich he excels, oa fe Iaht if 1 o bus do.olod his li'e to its study Rnd di veil, mpnt. in one particular tho B'jukori oxcol ebovo nil others mi l nil other men or rlnsscs ol moil. This s in the cultivation of me.ti.'iual herbs and plant*. Thoy nave u;ai<- th s u atu iv for more than one bun ro I years. 'II ey R'. o alsu export In extracting' from Ihsm r eir poculinr io-'i'n i) i and u.o denial virtuos. ThiB b t.ioir peu ili&r industry, 'liuiir liven have boon tlavo od to it. Ry it thoy are support) d Thcv excel i...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 10 February 1895

f-pni.is.HKU EVF.ltY Sl?HN\MUBXUJ6s*r -HONDA*. V1HG1N1AN bUlLDlNU. fclAUS AN1> C?MMEUCB STUEKT3. 3!. GLENN AN. Owkkb. Entered ieconil-cla?i mail matter. j iii' ( 11? l'5 aTION OFTHB V1HQINJ jj LARGELY, in K5CF.-S of any other payer published tu Eastern Vir f5 Hp'circulation lu Norfolk an i Forti? es on;h it greater than that of any paper pablivuci-. or circulated in the two ottteB. It iatlOlivered in the cities of Norfolk une I ortem nth nr..l snhnrho for 10 cento t TTtek. Mailenbioriptiom, poetaco paid. 1 ito 1 oIIrtb per reur: Throo Hollars for eisnicEths: One Dollar anil Fifty fonts for three month*: and Fifty ('onto for one B Advertisements inoerted at the rate of 'ib cr.sTf? a i-tji'AiiK 1 mbt Imbebtiom; oaoh cnl terinent inversion 87* OlMTB, or M t'l-.Tii?ns> UtBKKTKO rvEUT nTHEIl 1>ay. ( ouirnctori are not allowed to exceed their i-pnce or a< vcrtiao other than their lppitiniate l nniue:'?. except by paying fpec'ullv for the same. TiiyV.'rrstY Vihoim?* MtpOABOLnua...

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