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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 16 February 1895

PORTSMOUTH. Short Items About Every Day Malters, ALMOST FROZEN TO DEATH. A Fine Banjoist. Scr.ts Cushioned. Fined lor Assaulting His Wife. The Georgia's Propeller Broken. Notes of the Big Fire. Jim Kid did good servico at the fire Thursday night, gllead udd of C. W. Hudgius & )., iu to day's issue. At least '2,000 peoplo were out looking at the lire Thursday night. Edward Duller, colored, was lined |2.5U and cost for assaulting his Wife. Miss Linda Young returned yes? terday from a visit to friouds in ftlohile, Ala. Mr. A. C. Hoffman, presideut of the Keaboard Air Liuo, was in tho city yesterday. f. It is rumored that there will fhortly bo another marriage, on tho j mth end of Washington street. Tho oougregatiou of Triuity 1'. K. Church huvo cushioned tho seats iu B . Andrew's Chapel, iu I'ark View, Tho Homo l'ermanent Buildiug Association baa declared a dividend of 10 per cent, out of the earnings of last year. Workmen were at work yesterday easing the doors of the resi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 16 February 1895

o IN Bli A Party of Masked Men Impart a Lesson. HE MISTREATED HIS WIFE The Second Woman \ r\ the Case Or? dered to Leave Town Double Quick. Annual Report Of ?, She Benevolent Society. Some- Personals. Thursday uiuht about II o'clock a party of unknown masked men, armed with whips, went t?> tho rest deuce el a man unmet] Casey, ou Pearl street, and orderod nun to come out and surrender himself, or suO'er the bouseuueuoeaii any resist auee was offered. Casey bad mis treated his wife <>n several occasions and drivtu her away from home,aud iu her absence Ca-ev would allow a disreputable woman t.> come to Ins house and make it her home, il< plead for mercy, ami said his wife was with him. .She was called for and immediately came to the win? dow and answered the gi utlemeu th*t her husbaud had promised not to mistreat bur agaiu, and aske.i them to show bun meroy for her sake. He vowed to never mistreat her and was let oil'. Tho party ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 16 February 1895

niOlieV Market. IlV Southern Ashocmo I Press. Nfcw Yoke. February 15?Mouoy on call .Ye- been easy at lai.' per oout; last lo.iu 11 11 per coal, and closing oM'erud at H per* cent, Sterling exchange ih Urin, with astual bnaiueaa in bankers bills itt iS7.i487J for sixty days'and lS8}ii'8?J for Jemand, Posted rates. 437^*181. Coni pieuaii bills. 4S??48?J. Uoveruiuout bonos Slused tinner. TBK nroott MsuttUT?.n.onsu mos. Americnn Cotton Oil, |8|; American Cotton Oil, preferred,-62a33: Aiuerlenn Hagar lterini i ics. I t . American Fugar Itetlnories, preferred, 91; Amor Ic.m Tobaeco, !HJl; Aiiuticau To bncoo preforrod, lOo: Atobison, Tope ka and Salt In Fe. I: Baltimore ?uil t)hio. 61}: Canada Pacific. 481; Chesa? peake au l Ohio. 10J; I'hio&go aud Alton, 145; Chicago, liurllngtnu and Qnin ry, 7oi; Chicago ri:irt I'ruat, "2} Delaware, mid Looicn wanna, 16Bj; Distillers au I Cat? tle Feeders, BJ; ICrie. OJ; Ino. prof.. 20; (ionersl EleotriO, 281: Illinois Central, (?!'?; bake Kr...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 16 February 1895

ill oM ?ii; Many Matters of Interest to All ; Virginians. BOOK PRICE LIST COMPLETE : _ What the State Gives for its School j Books. Justice Jurisdiction. Col. Jones Will Not Retire. Retirement ot" Mr. Wise. Harbor Notes. gpeoial Diapatou to tho Virginian. Richmond, Va., February 15,? Gov. O'Ferrall nud Attorney Geueral tJcntt hareoouipleted their statement with refereuee to the price \ irgiuin pays for her school honks, ami n will probably be ready to givo to tho papers lor publication (Sunday morning. It is said to be about two and a hulf columns in length utui conluins much very interesting mat ter. Among other things, it will enow wbnt every tSiatu in the Uuiou pays for Bobool hooka. This infor? mation was gathered by the Gover nor nnti required a ^.md deal of work. Ho wrote personal letters to nil Governors, who Beul him lue de sired informatioo. All ot this had to be Buuimarizod and put iu shape for publication. Police Jnstiee Grntcbfleld has bo gnu already to render deoisioua ...

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

V^LX^VIIIi'"NO- 7r>: _kOkVoLK? VA. SUNDAY. feukuahy. 17. 18957 PKXCE2 CENTS Complete Collapse of the Bank Through Figgatt's Defalcation. ALL BUSINESS PARALYZED His Embezzlement Covers a Period of Twenty-Three Years and Amounts to $05,000. His Fast Life. Others Impli? cated. Excitement. By Sontliorn Atsociatod Troa-?. Washington, February 10.?A Special to the Tost from Lexington ?aya: Tito defalcation of M. Figgatt, which Las swain ped the Bank of Jjexingtou, the only banking insti? tution hero and thu principal Uunu ?inl agent of Bockbridge county, with u population of over 80,000 people, u large number pf whom uro {prosperous well to do fanners, eon tiuues to be the nil nl>eorbiug topic. Business is practically suspended to discuss tho situation. The uowa of tba bank's colltipso did not reaob the eonuty nutil Into Yesterday afternoon, uud tins mom li at uu early hour n lurge number of tho country depositors oamo iu to werify the report, which huct not re reive...

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

The Virginian's Daily Hints -vor HOUSE-KEEPERS ! Bill of Fare ?tor.? TO-MORROW, Monday, 18th ol February. ICOPTRialtT.I Experience joined wit 1 ? common icuie. To mortals ii a providence. BREAKFAST. Graham Mush. Baui and Eggs. Hominy. Baking Powder ?twiiis Orange Marmaisuo. loii.e. DI rsl rvl El R. Leg ol I.au?b. Potatoes. Canned Peas. Brown Unity. Currant Jc ly. Wime t'r :iJ. Frutt. I*?fl PudUliiK. SUPPER, mult liialaiu Bread. M it. Crackrs. Cheese. Stewed Pritd l'e ichsjs. 'J ea. Oapperas Isan excellent disinfectant to use In sinks and drsln pipes. ' > ??? lv- *?J ''"T11"1 Dolling water orer It; use while hot. wusIiIdk sou*, used iu the >siue wsyj ha> great ileansin. power. _ Tuesday. 1 oth of February. When generous acts Uoom Ir-m uuselnsb Hi- i.in. The Lord i- with ut, though we know it not. liOCV LMtCOM. BREAK FAST. Oranges and Apples. Beefsteak. Hominy Fritters. Rolls, bra bsra Crucke?. Coua*. DINNER. Coldjl.amb. Celery salad Steamed I'ointoes....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 17 February 1895

r?W Um RBCUT TriE SHRKERS OF PlOUjlT LEBANON. We do no! belicvo in their pccti!:ar relitiioiiH views. Weoaunot enter into Ibe ?? Hit of their sacrifices, and tlnru for(- wo ? du t study ti olr habits of li ?. ?t l- not uooossary to I olio o us ihoy I flo. nor to not n? tin y but we c?u ml o res eel their honesty ol purpose, otb us tar as their prnciplfl nr.- fOU atmo-l and the r worldly decd->. Altno t u- ?Tv promtneut man lias so ? o Bnc specialty in which he ex e'a os specially r ho baa (hooted Ins life to Its atudv ?t tl iloveloi fh-ut. lu on"- particular Ibe Shakers exc-l above all ot lets and all oilier nun or c asses of mon. This Is in the ctiltivat on ot ntedi linal herbs an 1 ? laut--. They liiM> ii a e this Btwly for inoro than en buuetre I yi era. 'Thoy are niso ox; ort In i xtrn line; from t em their peculiar ?essences and medicinal virtues. !'lii< s their i o ul ar ind stry. Their ),vo have been devoted to it. By it they ore sti i| or el....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 17 February 1895

BttTABUMUKU ii'?a. PtUOJSHKl) EVi.KV MOKN1NU EiUKl'T MONDAY. MHGIMAN buTLDlNU. UAUi AM' CUMMKBUK 8TUKBT?. M. GLENNAN. Ownxh. Entered us iecond-cl?*i Mail matter. TUE?lBC?LATION OF THE YIIU11N3 IAN is LAllGELY IN EXOE-s of any ether papor published in Kantern Vir B* Us'circulation in Norfolk and Form nsontb if Krcatcr than tbat of any paper rublisbeu or cironlate.l in the two cities. It ie-delivored in tho cities of Norfolk and Portsmouth and snbnrbs for lOcente a week. M ailsubscriptious, postagepaid, rive Dollars per year: Three Dollars for six months: 6ne Pollsr an.l Fifty ? outs for three months; and fifty < 'ents for one "^vertiKemcutB inserted at tho rate of "J5 CKNTS A BQUAIIl I ih&T [?8EBTI0M; OftOh eobsequeut msersiou Sit Cxnis, or .hj Cms *nv> iNSFiiTri) r.vanr otheu i>*t. f'pnWHUoil nrc not ellowed to exceed their spRce tt hcyertiHO other than their legitimate hns'iiess. except by paying Ppecinlly for the sanie. TBi^iun VraoraiA...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 17 February 1895

Leading Sentences Showing the Drift of Public Thought, BARGE STOPS FERRY TRIPS Courthouse Leaking. The Mayor's Court. Penalty ol Scrapping. Building Association Meet? ing. No More Meetings. The Baltimore Boat. Vhere will bu no uioro meetings this mouth. To-day is the time that l'rof. Hicks prophe. ies his cohi suap. Tho police forco was paid yester? day for the lirs-t half of February. Capt. W. A. Tisko will rebuild or.d roauiuo business as soon as pos eible. Mr. W. N. White is located tem? porarily ut 215 High street, Long's old stand. Mr, Newton UoAlphine, a clerk tu tho Auditor's ollice, is ut houiu on a yisit. Commissioner of tho Revenue Uutt ie still couliued to In- Louie with a carbuncle. Tho colored man mentioned in yesterday's issue wus neut to tho almshouse. Rev. Air. Allisou and Hoy. Mr. J.aey, of Norfolk, will exchange pul jjits this njoruiug. Communion will bo administered nt Trinity P. 13, Church this morn? ing at 8 o'clock. Cunt. <i, 11, Toomor will deliver ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 17 February 1895

Who Will Preach at the Various Churches. MATTERS IN .SECULAR KIND The Painful Burning of Mrs. Roby From Standing Before the Fire? place. Debating Society. The Benevolent Society's Card ot" Thanks. St Paul's P E Church, Rev Hobt Gatewood, pastor?Preaching U a in and C> p in. Chestnut Street M E Qhuroli, Kev Pr Ceorgo II Kay, pastor?Preach? ing 11 a iu and 7:150 p in. Berkley Avenue Baptist Church, Kev 11 X Quisenberry, pastor ? Preaching It a m and 7:;)0 p tu. St Thomas' P B Church, Kev Dr Hubert, pastor?Preaching 11 a ui nud 4:30 p rh, Main Street Christian (.Church, Kov M \V Butler, pastor?Preach? ing 11 a m and 7:3U n ni. South Norfolk M I. Churcb, liov E A fotta. pastor?1'reaeLiug at 11 a m nud 7:3i? p m. Mrs. Roby wsb badly burned Fri? day night at her residence iu South Norfolk, Her clothes were ignited while she was ptauding iu front <>t nu onen Gre. Dr. J, A. Norlloet was summoned ami dressed her wounds. The Dobating Society will nice! Monday ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 17 February 1895

ill REPORT floin-v Market. By Southern Assooiaed I'roaj. Nuw Yoi.k, February 10?Money on t ill casv ut lal; n<r eeut: la^t loan at || per cent and closing offered ut u per "cent. Storliug exchange is II rut. with a?tual business in bunkers biflu at <87it487} for sixty days and I33}a'.8ii for demand. Posted rates. 487}al8J. Cow* tueuiul bills, 486x480}. Oororuimmt bonds closed linn. Tnitarooi Mauser?oiaxiso mm. American Oottou Oil. Isj. American Cotton Oil, preferred. 02}: American Sugar ItoBueriw, 02|i American Sugar llofiuoriea, preferred, 01}; Auier ieau Tobacco, Oil; American To? bacco preferred, 10&: Atohiaon. rope !;a ana Santa Fe, 4}: Baltimore and nhio. 01}; Canada I'aoiBc, 18}; Chesa? peake and Ohio, IUI; Chicago *u i Alton, 145; Chicago, uuiiltigtou an t Quiucy, 70J; Chicago <iu* i'riiat, 72j Delaware aud Laokawauua, 158J; DiitilloM an l Cat? tle Feeder?. 8|; line, .'i Krle, pref., 2'J; lioueral electric, 231; Illinois Oentral, B...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 17 February 1895

AT THE ? ill lYIany Matters of Interest to All. Virginians. DETECTIVE NORMS GONE, j Politics in Powhatan County. Pro? position to Convert All Chris? tian Endeavor Societies Into the Epworth League. In? jury to Game. Special DispatoU to the Virginian. Richmond, Va., February It".? I Detective John T, Noms, who has been au iutoresliug figure in the iuvestigatiou of tho gold briek rob bery here, haa left the city, uutl is reported that be has gone to Hot Springs, A?k., where it is believed tho schotuo to dolraml Mr. Witliers ?was hatched. It is pretty well known that many sharpers bung out ut Hot Springs during tho winter, and Nome received information be? fore he left here that led him to bo liovo that certaiu persons, who woro interested either directly or in directly in ttio affair,might bofouud there, ilo will probably go to Hot Springs with the knowledge and approval of the otlieials liere. A well-known citi/.en of Powhatan ?who holds a public office was here to-day, uuil told mo ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 19 February 1895

Brilliant Spectacle Preseted at the Academy Last Night. A VERY GRAND SUCCESS The Entertainment Under the Au? spices of the Ladies' Memorial Association Witnessed by a Large and Cultured Au? dience. Tho largest nuil most brilliant au? dience of the bobsou tilled the Acad? emy of Musio lust uight to witness the liret prestintatiou of "The Kir mess" under the diroetiou of Mr.A. J. Mocdonnell, of New Orleaus. The eulertoiumout wub for the benefit of the Ladies' Memorial As? sociation, and with tho nGHtatuuco of these ladies,Mr. Macdounell aeonrcd tho cooperation of some of tho most bountiful ladies us well an prominent people of tho city for his carnival of the uatious. There had been a rush for desira? ble seats aud when the curtain went up, n few minutes ufter 8 o'clock, the eutire building was tilled with huudsoinoly dressed men and Tfomeu. The Virginia^ has never scou upon auy occasion a more ele gaut or more refined audieuco at the Academy of MttBic. Tho Academy was prottily deco? ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 19 February 1895

The Virginian's Daily Hints ?ion ? HOUSE-KEEPERS ! Bill of Fare TO-MORROW, Wednesday, 20th oi February. ICOrVRIOHT.I i;.?> 1 must come of g.I. Ami lllofevll -iiue.y unto all : In every irises aud lime. -tuH iN Akkolu. BREAKFAST. Banauns. Oatmeal. Mlueed Ueefou Toa?t. Baked Potatoes. Or? ange Marmalade. nih\ig> Kylls. Cwee, DINNER. Brahe 1 Beef. Bidted i Oriiou*. I'otatoes. 0?ntiedSu*cotaib. Klco fern Bread, remito Sweet 1'lukles. Whits Bread aud Balter. Orange Ire. ?5 uj f?f=> e: . Omelet. Br ad and But Ini Drowned I'otatoes. Bauauas with Cteaui. sugar Cakes, it-a. CHICAGO ROLLS. Oneitotind Hour; oue pint milk; one egg; '>ne ouuco (miter; two lables|KHiiifuls yeast; |riucb dfsall. Moat tlio milk: add t v lmtt<-r and salt. Whcii lukewarm beat all together and t to rise hol less than three hours hefote wanted. When rlsea fonh lull rolls with as iiit.' handling a< |iossilile; let stand half a" b< ui (or until ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 19 February 1895

WANTKI?. Advertlirnxrritt of litis elatt, five Unet o: /'?r, e?tu? for em insertion! OD et nu for Ihre*. * YEAR'S MEMBERSHIP AND MONEY > refunded If the EXCHANGE falb to ?iitt, la a positive guarantee of honest, i.ltbinl (ortics rendered al I0U Malu street. iiT.i-it J"7~TEARS IS TUE AGE OP THE EX I CriANtiE; 72 officers bare been succcssful v opened nun operated. A membership food at all, free ui istn mi. Investigate at iio Main street. reta-Jt* 1 AI >I KB' J* B I V A T E CON8UI .T AT I ON 1< rooms, managed by ladies, at 1 0 Mam etrret. JO lirsl-cla-a commercial poJtll n oiien. fcl9-lt* |7 ARM El 11: I'M AN (MARRIED) S-'O; MAN I and wife to clean up and look after public building; Mil'-' rift ion oollcolor; odUe partner, tir>; 6 traveling salesmen, salary und expenses to right panic.-, rail 100 Main street. fel9-lt* ,?ANTED? LADI ES rRAVELIN? CO.M panion, married or widowed lady |>ri? (orred, rcfrrsncei exchanged. Apidii itlonj ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 19 February 1895

?st ? i i lsiltte 18tit> I Oltl.ltslllUJ KV KEY MOKN1NU BX?BlTX MONDAY. MllOlMAN KUll.DINU. ?lAlf. ?UU ?OMMEUOK STUEttXS. m. Ol.ENNAN. Owmbk. l .niun d as lecond-class wall uiatt?r. illl ( litt I I.ATION 01? THE yihgin; IAN it LA?6ELV IN EXOE S of imy otbei p.ipor published i? Eastern Vir Hb circulation in Norfolk and lorts Etont'i i? greater than that of any papor unbUaheil or ciroulatod in tLe two owes. It if dellterod iu tbo citieti of Norfolk tin l ortlPioctb ami suburbs for lOouuts e week. Mail subscriptions, postage paid, 1 Itp I ollars pervear: Thi-so Hollers for stx monthp: One Dollar ami Fifty Honte for three rnontliB: ami Fifty Oenta for one 00 A^v'ertitomtntB iuserto.t at tbo rate of 9bt'knts a tgr.Mi I U'-bt Inbkuiiom oaau StibieqTu-iit inst-roion 871 Cemw, or M ( Tnth WBRW IKBBHTED evkhy OTBKB DAT. Contractors nru not allowed to exceed] tboir tpaco or aevertiso other than tbofr legitimate lumiiesa. excopt by paying ?pi rinllv for the Niiino. TbiwKii.t Vraorni...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 19 February 1895

PORTS MOUTH. The Talk of the Town in Terse Sentences. THE JURY FAILED TO AGREE Grand Lodge Delegates. Regular Ferries. To Attend the Mardi Gras. Cruelty to a Mule. To Clean Out Gutters. A Slight Blaze. The ferry boats and etroet cars are Bow ruuuiug ou regulur schedule time. Mrs. Klino is extremely ill at her liomo, coruer of Third aud Liueolu streets. Mr. Tom O'Connor is critically III at his home in South Ports tuouth. Head advertisement of loBt dog ond returu as directed aud receive a roward. The Columbia left the yard Sun? day for New York to have her bot? tom painted. Machinery is being put in the torpedo boats that are being built lor the Texas. There was but one case before the Mayor yesterday aud the Couuty Justioes had uo casus at all. Atteutiou is called to E. S. Ham mill's clearing-out salo this week to make room for other goods. There will be a called meeting of the City Council to uight to hear the report of the Finance Commit? tee. The delegates to the Grand Lodge K. o...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 19 February 1895

a Mass Meeting of Citizens Held on Sunday. cash and'Tood donated. A House to House Canvass Will Be Made to Solicit Contributions. Death of Mrs. Raby From Serious Burns. Personals. Owing to the oxtreruo cold weather iiuito a number of tbo poor people of Barkley have been thrown out of work by the mills <md other industries shutting down. The numerous appeals for nolp from those peoplo caused Mayor McCoy to call a mass moetiug Sunday after? noon at :{:i30 o'clock,at Market Ball, for the purpose of alleviatiug those wauts. At the above hour about forty citizens assembled in the ball and the meeting was called to order by K. A. MoCoy, Mayor,who etated the objoot of the mooting. On motion of Mr, M. Millor, Mayor MoCoy was elooted chairmau and Mr. John Mor^au Mjeiotary. ?evoral addresses were|mado aud, on motion of Mr. (ieorgo W. Joues. tho Mayor was authorized to ap? point twelvo citizens to make u house to houso canvass of the towu for contributions of money, cloth ing, etc.,...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 19 February 1895

Money Market. Ily Southern Asuociaod Prosa. Rrw YottK, February is-Money on Jili ha- been at 1} per cent; last loau *t 1J percent, aud closing ottered at 1) per cent, (Sterling exohang* is tinn. frith actual business in bankers bills at i87a487J for sixty days and tssjatssi for ?jemand. Posted ratoj. 487>.ai8.t. Ooni aueoial bills. 4Rf>ittl8?I. Uovornnieut louds'closod firm. tub arooa MAttBSr?OMMISB ato.s. American CottO'J Oil. ISi: American Cotton Oil, preferred, 62*63; Auiunoan Uugar HoQuerios. 92}: American Ungar Itofiuerics, preferred, tit; Auior ioMi Tobacco, 91; American To BaCOO preferred, in,).. A tu bison, l'ope l;a and Hanta Fe. 41; Baltimore and Dbio. f>2; Canada PhoiHi!. 48j; Chosa (?enkeand Ohio, 161; Chicago and Alton, 45; Chicago, ISiiiliugton and Quiuoy. 30J; ?biougo Oas Trust. 72} Delaware and Lank* wanna, 1571: Distillors and Cat? tle Feedern. !H; Krio.'.'i: F.rie, prof.. 172; fioneral Kleotrio, 28 f: IllmoiH Central, 80; Cake line ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 19 February 1895

Ill I SM CAP I Many Matters of Interest to All Virginians, SURPRISE TO BASEBALL1STS Setley's Agreement to Pitch for Norfolk. No News of the Ac comac. Slight Rise in the James. The Governor Blamed. ISpeoial Dispatch tu the- Virciuiau.l Rk.umono, Vd? February 18. Nothing lias been beard bore as .yet as to the whereabouts of tho Aooo mao of tbo Virginia Oyster Navy. However, no olurui is felt nt tlie capital. Tbo captain of the Aceo mao is a man who known ovory inch of territory iu which his vo>sqi oper? ates, snd it is believed that hound hie orew aro safe. Uov. CVFerrall baa been telegraphing to muuy pointB but no clue to the steamer bus been received. Tho vessel is probably in oitber Tangier or Pooo moke sound and perhaps is ico bound, . The news that SetieV bad signed to pitob for tho Norfolk team was a startling Burpriso to the baseball oranka bore. It is likely that tho Richmond team will kiok against bim und make au elTort at tbo next meeting of the League managers to...

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