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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 20 February 1895

Strong Fight to Keep the Silver Bill From Reaching a Vote. NO ACTION THIS SESSION A Resolution in Favor of a IG to I ftatio of Coinage Laid Over For j To-Day. Naval Appropria? tion Bill in the Hou9e. Other Proceedings. By Southern Associated I'roa-.'. Washington, February 1'.'.? House,?Another day was spout tu consideration of tbe naval appro? priation bill without disposing of it. The proceedings wore marked by Several spirited passages between -Mr. Savers, chairman of tho com mitteo on appropriations and mein h?ers of the committee on naval nf laira over amendments offered by tho former to reduce tho umounta oarriod iu tho bill. At tho begiuuiug of the eousidora ? lioti of tho bill Chairman O'Neill (Dem.), of Massachusetts, over? ruled tho point of order mado yes? terday by Mr. Bayers against the proposed inoroase of thu force of enlisted men iu tho navy, holding that it was iu order, notwithstand? ing existing statutes limiting the number to 0,000 men. The joint resolution report...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 20 February 1895

The Virginian's Daily Hints ?rem? HOUSE-KEEPERS ! Bill ofFare -FOR TO-MORROW, Thursday, 21st of February. I< opvmiou r.l NYm io Hi.illaht of heaven Is the cheerful face, It i* the sunlight of lejtue. BREAK R/XST. Beel an.l Potato Pie Krlel Ooni Mush. Pop Overs. Maple Syrup. Apple Sauce. Coffee. Dl IN rvl El R. ItrolleO lteefst?ak. Mashed Potatoes i'uunei Corn. Celerr. Cucum? ber Pickles. Corn Bread. Sliced Oranges. Wafers. SUPRER. Wbeatcuu. White and Qrabam Bread. Canned Peari. Cup Cake. Milk. ca. BEEF AND POTATO PIE. Place thin iltcee of cold be t In the bottom of nshallow piiddtug ?lisli; put pepper aud salt mid some bits of onion ou each slice; ?<lil <"U unvy ?r little pieces 01 butterj thou put i" au? c liter layer of meat, and ?<> ?m until all i* used; trover tin- top ? Ith a layer ol maahcU p >iaio. a tea upfu '? potato >avi ?! ir^m dinner may thus be utilized. 11 you have more than i uoiifth lor the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 20 February 1895

YOUNQ GIRLS cntoriiicc womanhood ought to havo just the Bpecial help thut Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescrip? tion can give. They need to be started right. Tho " Prescription" aiiis und promotes the proper functions, correct.* the delicate weak? nesses and dorangemonta that might becomo chronic, estab? lishes regularity und lioalth, lessens p:?in. Tbry want a nourishing, aup porting, strengthening tonlo, such as an experienced physi? cian 1ms especially prepared for tli? female system, fn the '? Prescription." For every "female complaint," Pierce guarantees n eure. MumMAGOIB Jackson, of Barhreek, St. tsdndni Parish, La., Bays: "I w:m lying sick f'?r pome time with female complaints, ?md all the medicine my friends gave media tne n>> quod. Death was approachinsi all 2oy friends had riven mo up to die. I henrd ?f your wonderful medicine, and I imuniit two bottles of it. and liefere i had taken the list, 1 got entirely well. I am still enjoying Coed health, and expect...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 20 February 1895

RSTABI40BXU lv>''-' |'01tlJ8HKl) V.V I KY MOIlNIMOBAUBKr MONDAY. \IHlilM.\N BUILDING. niAir> AM' COMMBB?IS BTUBBT?. M. Gl.ENNAN. Uwnkr. I'Dlcml is lecond-clan mall uinttor. From reocnt statistics it is shown that tbo ratio of doaf mutes in the world is one to one thousand six hundred people. There are upward of forty thousand such unfortunates iu tho United States; one milhou in ttie world. Tho Now York Times brings a sensational charge against (Jcorge Q. Cauuou, of Utah, the millionaire leader of tho Mormon Church, who has heretofore been regardod as a .Democrat. The Times charges that Mr. Cuduou is a traitor to his party fttid that ho sold the Territory to tho Kepubhcaus iu tho last election for personal gains, iu votes, iutlueuce ami financial help to some of his business euterprises, ?.r.It ?l A N ill .'I I". 1 A l.l.l <ts. The declaration of tho German Keichstug by a decisive majority iu favor of au international silver con? ference will natural...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 20 February 1895

PORT S MO U TH. Tersely Written Record of Cur? rent Events. A MISSIONARY ADDRESS. 6crappers Escape. No Mayor's Court. Work on Union De? pot. Committed for As? sault. A Tea for Thursday. There will be no military display on the 22d. There was no meeting of tho Council last night. Col. K. 1?. Critlin is still confined to his homo by siokness. There was no docket ia tho Mayor's Court yesterday. The condition of Mr. l orn O'Con? nor remained unchanged yesterday. Mrs. William Millor is quite ill at her husband's rc9idouce, on South street extended. Mr. Mucou Orton is in the city, Iinviug been called home by the death of his sister. Mr. Dobio will rebuild the burned Luilding as soon as the insurance companies adjust tlie loss. Mr. Virgus Butt was out yester <iay after being confined to his home Jor two weeks with a carbuncle. Mag White, nn old olVeuder, was committed to the county jail yestor day lor thirty days for an assault, The entertaiument at the residence of Mrs. Brinkle...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 20 February 1895

A Trio of Would-be Pickpockets Captured. GIVEN ORDERS TO LEAVE. They Came from Norfolk. Receiv? ing New Goods. The Boat "Sapolio." Funeral of Mrs. Raby. Accepted a Po? sition. Personals. Yesterday evening three colored bova came from Norfolk to Berkley with tho intention of pioking pock? ets, eutonng bolls, eto. Their game was soon caught up with by tho re porter of Tur. Viboinian, autl the trio was marched to the ferry where they wero made to expose tho con? tents of their pockets. < >r.o of them had three ladies' hemstitched hand? kerchiefs in his pocket that had uovor been used. They were given eheir choice, to Bnrrouder them for money enough to pny their tare to Norfolk or go to the station house. They preferred to go to Noifolk und The ViHoiniaM reporter took their valuables and paid their way over the river. The owner can have fame by culling on him and proving property. Mr. Robert SolsbnrV have moved into his new store on Liberty street extended, and was...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 20 February 1895

m money i?iu.rUot? Bt Southern Associnod Press. New Yoitu. February 19?Money on call has been easv at 1' per oeut: last loan at 14 percent, and closing oHero I at ?i per cent. Sterliugexchiuige in steady, vitii Rstnal business in baukers bills at 4S7.iiS7i lor si\tv days aa.l 4?3}nl8}J for demand. Posted ratej.ts7 .aiS'. Com pteoial bills, -HVjUltii}. Government bunds closed firm. the ?to 0 It miwhkct?OLOMttO UtU|J. American Cotton Oil. IS'; American Ootton Oil, preferred, l?2a'j3: Aiuorioaa Vugar Refineries. 92j: American tfugar Refineries, proforred, 01); Amor loan Tubaooo, ?b; Ainerioau- To t?ioco preferred, 105}: Aioluwou. l'ope ka and Santa Fe, 4: Baltimore and Ohio. C2J; Canada Pacific. 40; Chesu fieake and Ohio. 10; Chicago and Alton, 4?; Obioago, Unrliugtuu an t Quiuuy, 01; Clltoago Ous Trust. 72i Delaware ?ml Laokawauna, 157.'.: Distillers and Uat? lie Feeders. 9}: lirie, 8}; Krio. prof., 171; Uoneral F.leotric, 28}: Illinois Ooutral, (hi; bake Brie aud western. 15h bake V....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 20 February 1895

AI THE M Gil Many Matters of Interest to All Virginians. NO TROUBLE "ABOUT SETLEY The Accomac Safe. Reward For Cashier Figgat's Capture. An Attempted Suicide. Tho Bell Telephone Com? pany Will Stick. [Special Dispatob to tho Virrriniau I Uichmoni). Va., Bobruary IS).? Mr. W. B. Itradlcy, tho financial bunker of tho Richmond Baseball ?lub, sind to-day ho did not think there would bo nuy t rouble about Set ley pitching foi Norfolk. Mr. Sommers talked with htm. before Settley woe oeonred, und it was agreed that the management of the Richmond teem would make no pro test if Sommers would pay tho amount of about 813? which ?otley i nd overdrawn when ho left here bo unexpectedly lost bousou. JoBse Tanuohill, of Giuoinuutti, bus been signed as u pitcher by the Itiobmond Olnb. He has boon in tho National League, and is n good one. Rich moud's pitchers will bo Taunnehul, Know Dinsmore and Allon. Governor O'Ferrnll Buid to-day he bad received a telegram announc? ing that the Bteamer Accomac, o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 21 February 1895

v0^ .x^v1iii^c>:78, _sokfolk! va. THuiRSi)ay. feuruary!~21 . 18?nT PRIOE2 CENTS THEY CO?LDJI fit The Duke-Wongo Fight Stopped by the Deputy Sheriff. DUr\E MADE GOOD SHOWING At the End of the Third Round the Deputy Sheriff Stops the Fight. No Blood and No Knock Dow n. Eight Hundred Disappointed Men. There nsseiublod at the Ariel Athletic Club lust uight about 800 sports to witness a glove contest be? tween Frank Wongo. tho Indian, of Portsmouth, nud billy Duke, of 25altiuiore, und but for Deputy Khcrill Oarniino, who stopped the figbt in tho third round, the crowd would have seen a oleuu knock-out j administered by Duke. Tbia iatheeeooud ooutest I bat has (teen stopped by tbo authorities,und T.iiat I'lVect it will Inno on the Ariel Club's future ooutesta reiuuius to bo ?ceu. liefore the "big oveut," thero were two preliminary bouts. Hie Jirst beiug between Bostou Hoy, of Norfolk, mid "Fanny," ol Newport News, which was to have been bix rounds, but Funny claimed foul ami wo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 21 February 1895

The Virginian's, Daily Hints -FOR HOUSEKEEPERS I Bilfof Fare -von TO-MORROW, ? Friday, 22st of February. ICOPVRldllT.I Tho world Is bright ru.1 my home is fair, And the love of my KatiVr b ei erjrw ..civ. MaRUAKE TU bAMOStEK. BREAKFAST. Apples and Pat,-?. Cracked Wheat. Beefsteak, boiled fcgSf White Broad. Buckwheat t-^<?- MuplS Syrup. Cott'e DINNER. Baked Lake Trout. S^cet foiat-^es. Cranb'-rrv Sauce. <-?l<-ry baiaii. White and Corn Bread, baked Apples with Cream. Cookies. SUPPER. Butler Toast. Wheat Cro? quettes. Stiwed Drlwl Peaches. Cake. reft. BAKED LAKE TROUT. Remove skm; cut <>ti' b< ad, open, clean, r pW ?Ides together: lav thin iHces "i" over th* top: sprinkle with salt. Wfice In bftklllg-pau ?with a little water. Bake an u?uroriupra ae cordiugto ?i/o has'lug with ? ?ter. Ju*t fore serving, pour a small bowl of thick treani into the pan and ?Inline wowly. llemove neu to deep platter; pour cream gravy over. il...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 21 February 1895

POP&JLAR MILD AND PURE/ ?tttttrtfMnienti ef litaH efow, /tr? im? or cewi for one fosarMerif 60 er??/or (Area. "WAN'TEII FUtST-CI.ASS COOK FOR CAR* * V pettier fer? N. ?V \V. Ii. I!. For pirtlen ta RaulrO'S AGENT,Sullolk, V.i. o.oi w..g.? to ii,-!.' nian. fo2l-lt II" ARTHUR E, .TONES, or CHATHAM, N. i y., will coll al the Virginian olhco, h will *o i m c :in important lotlor No moans will Im ?seil tn lores tiiin to return homo, leil-lt* WANTbT)?A ItEITNEP MIDDLE AGED <i gentleman of mish ?ml energy. A good contract madu with tin- rigid laitr. On!? ihnsu wanting work need n il... Call from lo C p. m., room CO, lladdlilgtoa I'mlding. _foj-nj_ MAKE lllil MONEY BELLING OUR i Electric Telephone. Ihsl seller <>u Eartli. frill all complete reo. y ->t up; lines of air? distance. A practical Electric I cliphnnt*. Cliir if .rut- making 88 lo 1" :i 'lav wiry. Evetyl ody ieiys: big money without woric. Price low. An*' nn? i in nuke 175 poi ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 21 February 1895

im Mu.iMir.n lt??o. f>BBIJ.SHEl> EYEKY U?BNIMO KXOKfi.' MONDAY. VlltGlN'l?N UUTL.D1NU. VAUN AM) ?OMMBBOB BHULKM. ' M. Gl.ENNAN. OwXEB. KnteirJ a? ?econ?-clMi mail oistter. ?IHK CUU UI.aTION Of TUE V1BQ1NJ jAN ig l,Ali?EliV IN EX0E>8 of any other paper published iu Kastern vir "'lttoirculatlou iu Norfolk and Ports? mouth il greater than that of any paper published or circulated in the two oitios. It is delivered in tho cities of Norfolk, ?ad I'orUrnoatband eubnrbi for lucent* a week. Itl ailBnbscriptions, postage paid. Five Dollars per year: Throe Dollars for ?lx months- One Dollar ami rifty tents for three months: and riftv Cents for one W Advertisements iuierted at tho rate of 76 cents a b QUA he 1 ibbt Imikbtion; eaoh subsequent insorsion 37* Cents, or no CENTB WnEN inbehtfd BVEUI othku 1>av. Contractors nre not allowed to exceed their ppace or anvertipo other than ttioir legitimate bnainest, oxoopt by paying ?r>cciallT for th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 21 February 1895

The Brightest and Best of Cur? rent Happenings, SHIPPING KALE AND SPINACH Cruelty to a Horse. Case of As? sault. Firemen Reported for Dereliction. Resigned His Position. Oystermen to Resume Operations. One tramp was registered at tho itation-bouse last night. KohitiB and bluckbirda aro said to be plentiful in tbu county. t ?uoutitios of .lames river ioo came floating iu the harbor last nigbt. The Baltimore boats will com rnenco running regularly to day. A cbbo of an assault whs couipro jniaecl iu the County Court yester? day. Mr. William Ives is seriously ill at bis residence oorner of High and Croen stieete. Mra. Ceylon Diggs is extremely 111 at bor" husband'b residouoe iu Cottage Pluce. A number of the oystermon cut their boats ont the 100 yesterday ?md etartod to work. Deputy Sheriff Sivereon, of this County, will commence moviug bin prisoners to the new jail to-day. Quito a number of persons went r>ver to Norfolk laat night to attend the Elks' benefit at tiio Academy....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 21 February 1895

BRIGHT BERKLtY BRIEFS' I he Cream of News Matter Care? fully Condensedi TO SOLICIT ALMS FOR POOR A Committee Appointed by Mayor McCoy. Benevolent Society Ac? knowledgments. Grading the Norfolk and South? ern Track. , Mayor McCoy has appointed the following gentlemen to solicit alma for the poor: Messrs W B Daught tery, W L Berkley, M Milier Cur? tis, L Old, .1 R Williams, L 0 Ivos George 1> Parker, .'r, 13 T Lindsay, George W .'ones and de > Wreuu. The Benevolent Booiety acknowl? edges the following douatious: Mrs ,1 H Jacocks, si: Mr .los Marshall, si Beoond donation): Mrs MoGeo, $1; Mrs Lyons, si; oath, S8; through Mrs O S Baker, our imrrel tlonr: through Mr Parker, two lots oi gro? ceries. The Norfolk and Southern Bail road Company bad n force of about forty men at work yeBterday grad? ing the truck for the brunch track that t<i to I rl; the water-front. Mr. J. ,T, Wbispoll is making preparations to sturt his mill up sgaiu. Mr. Clarcnoc Burma w il...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 21 February 1895

CeilEBOIL BTOT in on or Marlen? Bv Southern AssnetaoJ Prim. ^*nf\v rfoitK. Fobrnnry 20 -Money on o:ill bus bootl cusv at I 1 Her cent. i i-t loilt) >t r per cent, aiul closing olVeroii at t \ per vent, Sterllngexchatige is weaker with astual bnsitiota in bankora bills at 486)1'for sixty days and ts< for demand, t'osted rates. 48< aisi. Commeeial bills, ?4-;ii:. Uovuriuueut bonds closol tiiglur. Tint ST.iOK M\itKF.r ?cr.os!vd nun. ?.merienn Cotton OH. 181; American Cotton Oil,proferre?!, Olla'127,; American ViiHiir Uelluories. American fitgar Itefluorica, preferred, 9014 A.mer? le a u Tobacco, 834; American 'i'o "Oncoo preier i e i, 105}; Atchwou. Tope t i au? Santa Fe. 4: Haltunore noil Ohio. (12); Canada Pacific. 4?,; Cbess rcuke and Ohio. Itiji Chicago au i Alton, 15J; Chicago, Uurliugtou mi l Du iwjr, Vlj; ( hieiigo Out Trust, 73 Delaware ?uil Laokawanna, l'.S: Distiller* anJ Cnt? tie Feeders, '.i;. Erie. 8J; Krie, prof., 17; Uenoral F.leutrie. 29...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 21 February 1895

if i m um Many Matters of Interest to All ' Virginians. THE P0CAH(3?f?S BLOCKED The Fair Elections Conference Not OAT. Anxiety About Two Miss? ing Schooners. Death of Dr. Voss. The James River Convocation. Special Dispatch to Tlio Yiglniam "Richmond, Vs.. k'obrnary 20.? The steamer Pocabontas this morn* iug tried to break lur way through the ice so us to sturt OD her trio to Norfolk, but was utterly tumble to do so. Ice was found to bo teu inches thick for some distance l>o ion- the city and uoprogress could l>o made. Tugs are engaged to-day iu trying to ooen ui> n passageway and the Virginia Navigation Com? pany bopes to tu>t the Pocaboutas through ou Friday, Tlio Clyde JLiue vessel Gulf Stream is also frozen np here. Thu fair eleetioni conference ia not "off." Mr. J. Haskina Uobson, ehnirman of the Populist committee aud louder of the movement, said to-day he would Bomotiiuo 11.ih week name n date lor tlio meeting. He bun received ninny ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 22 February 1895

YOL. XLV1III--NO. 79. S NOKKOLK! VA.. FBI DAY,' FE1JK?ARY. 22. 1895. PRICE2 CENTS IHIIlfijHEIIIi The House Refuses to Sustain the Amendment. ANNEXATION SENTIMENTS. The Deficiency Bill's Progress. In the Senate. The Indian Appro? priation Biil. Effort to Cut Off Hampton's Appro? priation. V.r Southern Assooiate 1 Press. W A3 u i n qto s. Febr n ar y 21?11 o r s e ?--Sixteen DotnoerntH united with tin- Itcpublicaufl ami Populists of ibe House to day to sustain tho Seu ?to amendment to tho Diplomatic o'.nl Consular lull, which, directs tho President to contract for the con? struction of a cable to the Lluwaiiau {elands from tho United .Stuten, lint there were not enough altogether to adopt tho motion of Mr. llitt (Uep.) tbut thu llor.se concur in tho amend* ment.it being defeated uftcr an iiour ?ind a half of debate, by n voto of :'>! to 111, ami the mutter uguiu \7uut to coufereuce. 1 ho discussion was without nota tilo incident, except u significant declaration by Geu, Sic...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 22 February 1895

The Virginian's Daily Hints ?FOR HOUSEKEEPERS! Bill of* Fare TO-MORROW, Saturday, 23d of February. ICOPVHIOIIT.I Til ool one ilny nor a noble deed i but makes a tile th:il II noble ?iut pr.in.I, Hut tii<' little thing! thai it patient** lakes To do, sud i" lv, and lo uudsrstaiid. BF5EAKFAST. Oatmeal :i*rl Cream. DuiMige Cakoi, Urn am Minims. Ilread, Po? lato * Apple Saue. Glngir Suaps. Coffe. DI IM IM ER. Itoast Beef, Sweet Potatoes, Canned .-trine l(r:ius. Celery. Cacuiuber pickle*. White?n?> Urahatu Breal. Cottage Pudding, SUPPER. I.lghl l!oll<. Cold Meal. Canucd Berne?. Oatmeal Craekers. Jelly. Milk, rea CHEESE STICKS. One cap of grated abette, one aud one-half ?ui>- Boar, lienplug tabletpoonful batter, sail lo laste. Mix with milk or eream lulu a Una dough, Bob oul like plo crual, cut in xiiii<s mid toll round, about the size 01 a lead pencil. When baked, cross the s ick.- ou a plate, plg-peu i?li_lRD MEETS Matters Considere...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 22 February 1895

SEE TO IT that you're not put c-S With homo poor aut> stitut?, vrhon you csk for Dr. Pferoo'a - . t'olH.'.'ii Medionl Dis rAl,\n l^V covory. (Set it of an L V*/ fl\ honest dor.lor. As a blood -cleansor. stronjth-rostorfT, and lleih-nuildor ? a cer? tain remedy in every diseuso eau.sed by all Inactive liver or bad blom!. thoro's nothing clso that's " just as good" ns tho "Dis? covery." It's the only mcdieino nuaran iecd to benolit or euro, or the moony is re? funded. aim Brook, N. C. Pit. It. V. PlERCF.: Dear Sir ?Twelve mionthr. ago I wns lewdly ithle to work at ?dl. aulfevi'd from nervousness end wealc ?le?. hud a bud cough. I Osn work nil tho Siino now U7d have u [rood nppvttto. I have rnin'-d twelve pounds Since tnkina tno ''Golden Modicnl Pl<;oovri-T " and 1 eel that It's ail due to tho "fi. M. n." Respectfully yourp, eh.cA %UL> V.AIVIt'ri?. 4ni et titiKimtt of ttiii ri<u4, five linfi or lejt, 'H eentt lor one tnttrtiOM b?cenafor tUrto...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 22 February 1895

tUsTAVLIHUBU Wo rrjiii.i^iiKD k\ luv MuitNiMUJB&uisn' MONDAY. V111U1N1AN UUIl.DINU. DiAlls AND I'OAIMEHUE BTttKVftfc m. OLENNAN. Ow.ir,?. Kulercil at aeaepd-elas? ??all mittur. i'iVi ilU U1.aT.ION OF THE VUIOINJ IAN I? LAKOKLY IN EXOE-S or auy other paper publiihod iu Eaatorn Yir ' Iti'oitcnlaUoii In Norfolk and l'orta Biontli iagroatcr than that of auy puper ?nbliPhen or ciroulatoil iu the two cities. It le eelivered in the eitlen of Norfolk and I'ortUBOUtb ami anburba for ldoonta oweek. AlRllKUbaeriptloua, postaio paid, Ute 1 ollsr* per vcar: Three Dollars for alx rrcuithn ODo'Potlar and Fifty Centa for three tnontha: aud Fifty Centa for ono n ?1lTirMiementa inserted at tbe rate ol V'ti (>nts a botunK 1 iubt Inskhtion; oaou eubfeqneut uiaoraiou 37* Tenth, or M Otan ?ar.ii iKRRrrrF.n avauj otuku dat. Contractor* are not allowed to exceed tlieir apace or h.'vortiae other than thoir lepiliniMtp t neue??, except by paying ?i>ecipllv tor tl o Finne. T?...

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