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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 4 January 1895

lie Is Awarded the Fight or. a Foul. JAKE KILRAIN THE REFEREE. Over 500 Sporting Men Witness the Figlit Between McMurrny and Sherman Last Night. Northrup Easily Defeats P. J. Sweeney. The club room of the Ariel Athletio Club, on Chapel street, ?ear Princess Auue aveuue, was crowded last uight to see tho detent of Touimio Murray by Join Sher? man for the heavy weight champion ?hip of Yirgiuio, This fightrwos the main attraction for which the crowd of Norfolk, Portsmouth, Berkley and Newport News Sports, to the "number of 600, bad congregated, but beforo this was pulled off n tiff.lit was arranged lietweeu E. J. Northrup, of the United States ship Raleigb, and P. ?f. Sweeney, of thu United States chip Murblehead. THE ARENA, The arena was well tilled by ?!30 o'clock, but it was not until 9:23 that Jv'orthtup entered the ring and took tbo southwest corner. Ilo was fol lowed thirty seconds laier by Swee? ney, who took the opposite corner. It waa seen nt a glance that North? rup had much ...

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

Important Meeting of the Police Board Yesterday. A PLEDGE NOT TO DRINK Officer Nichols Dismisssed for Be? ing Intoxicated. Bamburger Like? wise Goes. Officer Hank Publicly Reprimanded. Local Clubs. Tho Board of Polico Commission ers met yenterday afternoon, the Mayor aud Couimtssiouor Boltou be? ing preteut. Mr. Yerdior did not np pesr at all, nud after waiting for him, the Board proceeded to busi? ness. Chief Bebuian, Capt. Lndd and Sergeuut Luwry, und also other ol ficers were present as witnesses in ti.e coses before the Board. YV. O. Wibiamson was appointed ? substitute patrolman. THE CASE OF OFFICER NICHOLS, who ia cbtirgtd with being intoxi? cated while ou duty, was then tus.cn Op. The accused was absent and the Chief stated that he had notified Jiim to be present, Officer fuylor and Detective James testified to the intoxicated coudition of Nichols, nnd Bergeaut Lowery stated that when ho report? ed bis heat ho did so in n manner which caused Cs.pt. Ladd to exam? ine bini clos...

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

w a vri:i>. 4*rttH$untnU of MfJ cttut, /h* /<"? or test, 2S ' cents lor ont tmtrnon: 60 ccnli for iKrao. WANTED MAN AND W1FK T(? TAKE W car.- <if fl.e cleaning and heating of a fnbl ?Imlldtn?, $M>; reut, Kiel aii'l light. Pari Iculais i"i Main street. fANTED A FIRST CLASS ACJ'? i'.'NTANT , i und assistant: 3(reveling salesmen, bard, war.-, dry goods and groceries. Particulars to-> ?Jain street. ?MfrUATlONS WANTED ID t RELIABLE 0 ami coiupetejit icois. laundresses, nuraes end (i.-i cral servants', at I'UK LADIES' fcX {'HANGE, too Main Street. { AUY book KEkFeK V?o ??ShTkR AND 1 ? ch> ok er mat i on for public Instil ut ion, SI >; tsalrsLrilev J lu'suraure oBice COp/lBlS. AIdfc.V EXtT 1ANH1.. 100 M.in strrc ._ fSEVERAL EXCELLENT POSITIONS 0*EN J lor the New Year at the EXCHANGE, tu? Main street. 8UOI' G1K1.? WANTED. 100 Main street. (STOREHOUSE WATCHMAN, (SINGLE V man; with good city references, 100 Main aiee...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 4 January 1895

Bt>TABU*aXD r?l!Llt:ilEl) BVEBS UOKNINO EXUKIT MONDAY. VIRGINIAN BUILDING. HAIN AND COMMERCE STBKET3. M, (U.ENNAN. Owhek. i ills ( IBCUI A11 ON OF THE VlltGINJ, IAN it I.ABQELV IN KXOE>S. of any ether paper published iu Lastern Vir K1?u'clrtrjlp.liou lu Norfolk ami Ports? mouth is greater than that or auy paper rablisbatl or ciroulateO iu tho two ?Utas. 7 It is .?.elirero.l iu tho cit-.cs "f Norfolk and Jortamenth ami suburbs for lue.euts a week. M ml subscriptions, postage paid. I ire Pollari r" ve?r ' htce Dollars ror itxniontbs One Dollar ami Hfty I onta for three months an.' Fifty Cents for ono A^wertirsnieDta iueertod at iho rate of 76 crsaa a t-vi m i i u.bt last btiow; oaob subsequent insersion 3d CrsTS, or ?u Cfntp Wbp.* inbf.iitfp Evaai otbkk oar. Contrartors ere not allowed to exceed their r-pnee < r ai'vei Ceo othor lhau their legitimate btieiness. except by payiug treeiallT for the Knnie. TiiVtm v Vikoiman sun GABOltSUJfl eieht pages, is ...

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

Odds and Ends of Interesting Facts, SCHOOL BOARD MEETING1 Moved to Texas. Confederate Vet? erans. Norfolk County Court. j Warrant for Drunkenness. HustingssCourt. Judge Watts' Term. Tbero bave boon but fow country people in town this week. Mrs. dames. Suuford, of Lawrence | Villc, is visiting friends in the city. | Tbo School Board will hold tboir regular uioutbly meeting to-Dlgbt. Mr. Morris* Braudt has gone ?orth to spend several weeks sight? seeing. Baseball ia boing a;'itatod now. By the time the seusou opens it will bo up to fever heat, Sunday will bo old Christmas. (Juito a number of peopie in the Country observe it yet, Stonewall Camp, 0, V., will meet Monday, the 7th matead of Wednesday, as heretofore, Ladies' union prayer meeting will take place this afternoon at 3:1)0 o'clock at Central Church. Tbo Norfolk County Court will tiegiu its criminal term on the 2lat lust. The docket is a heavy ouo. Mr. Kenneth A. Hain, a young lawyer, left yesteiday for Texas, where be will loca...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 4 January 1895

THE OLD NORTH STATE. Small Items of a Newsy and Per? sonal Character. Special Disp t h to tlio Virgin an. li vi.i ion, N. C, January :t.?Gov. t art to day issued a commission to vy, C. Douglas, na Solicitor of tho Seventh .ludiotal district, The revenue collections in this ?iicir:.? f >r December were S^.'.OlT, of which t.'0,127 was for tobacco, 817,01.) for cigars aud cigarettes, $14, USD for whissy, Guv. Uarr couseuts to an exebongo of courts between Judir.ee Wmstou and Slurbnck tthe latter being <>uo of the new Judges) whereby Judge Win-ton will hoid tho January term of Wayne Court aud Judge Star buck the spring terms of Grabani and Swain couuties. It is uu opuu secret tbot not one of the 6ix new Judges bud tho least idea of being elected when put on the fusion ticket. Nor did two of fusion nomiueea for the Supreme Court think they would ho elected. Cue of the Superior Court Judges acknowledges this. The North Carolina Medical Jour? nal is now pub...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 4 January 1895

A VERY BEARISH FEELING Quite a Lively Selling Movement Started. GRANGER 'STOCKS HEAVY, 10,000 Shares of St. Paul Sold to a Big Bear Trader. Rock Island Officials Very Gloomy. Chi? cago Gas Was Another Weak Spot. By Southern Associate 1 Prasi Ktw Yobk. January 8?There was quite a lively sell ug movement *t the stock Ex hange thi> morning and tho fet liu^ was more bearish iliau tor a long lime. Tri es b.o e bat to thre - uarter* per cent. tue latter In Jereey Central.which (ell to 85 t-2. Certificates in the u?mn of old tiroo holders made :b ir appear ?uce .n t..e Stiect. mil it "as argued from thU that a change iu the dividend rate v a- imminent. The Oifiiuers were decidedly heavy, Ft. I mil lading to 55, Northwest to .'4j, Sock Islau I te 8 t and I nrlingtoii to g'.'t, n ceciine of lal per cunt, J be poor sbowlu< made by the St. lau; tor the fourth week and mouth of Decemberaud that i f the llo k lsisnd lor December created a verv bear sh feeling on these it-cu...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 4 January 1895

liiiTlA. THE STATE CAPITAL. Matters of Interest to All Virgin? ians. Special Dispatoh to the Yirciuiau. j Richmond, Ya., Jauuary :).?The Citv Board of Health aud its Ad vis?ry Board held a meeting to- j night to tanu some steps to preveut the spread ol smell pox to this city. It was lieoided to ask no. appropria? tion from the City Council of $2,500 iu order t^ have a house to bouse vaceiuutiou. To morrow two sta? tions will be established at which every oue that applies will be vuoci na ed without charge. At the eoiiferetico of the members ol the dow Supreme Court of Ap? peals this morning (ho rumaiuiug ol?cers of the court were agreed npOD, Tho full list is as follows: Fi>r Reporter, Martin P. Hurks, of Bedford; stuuogrnpher, Stewart Jones, of Kicbmond. Richmond Court?For clerk, Keith Tay lor; crier aud librarian, Charles W. Tnruer, Maueuester; tipstaff, Robert D. Ward. Staunton Court?For Clerk, Jos. eph A. Wutldell; Tipstaff und Li brariau, Johu iM. Kinnoy; Critr, Thou...

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

VOL, XLV1II1?KO. 40; NORFOLK* VAh SATURDAY, JANUARY 5. 1895. PRIOE2aBHT ft DEMOCRATIC^ CAUCUS Monday They Will Consider the Currency Bill. THE REPUBLICAN POSITION Lively Time in the Senate Over Mr. Lodge's Hawaiian Resolution. Information as to Withdraw? al of American Vessels. Butler's Opposition. Bv Southern As.ociitoi Press. Washington, January 4.?Souse. ?Sneaker Crisp laid beforo tho House tho resignation of Kepreaeu lattvo Thomas H. Payutor, of Mm Js'iuth Distnot of Kentucky, to take ? fleet to-inorrow. Mr. Payuter takes c place on tho beuch of tho Ken? tucky Court of Appeals on Monday uext. The committcOB having been culled lor reports Mr. Springer moved thnt tho liouso proceed to t'uo con? sideration of tho Currency bill iu ?oinuiitleo of the whole. Agreed to and Mr. Kichardsou, of Tennessee, resumed tho cliuir. The Jebato which followed was In some respects the most uotublo and interesting that has oocurrod. Tho speeches of Messrs. Dingley, of Maine, and Hephuru, of Iowa, we...

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

SANDBAGGED AND ROBBED Henry Stein, a German Peddler Assaulted. IN ATLANTIC CITY WARD. The Man is Seriously Injured In? ternally. Attended by Drs. Smith and Speight. His Re? covery is Possible Though He May Die. Henry Stein, a Gorman Deddlor, who hails from Pittsburg, Pa., was last night saudbugged, brutally kioked aud robbed by bis ootupau iou on Olooy road, half-way bet ween the Norfolk aud Western crossing and Y. M. (J, A. Park. William (ireeu and W. J. Qnil, irho were ou their way home, dis eovored tho uiiu lying on the road aide. Thiukiug huu iutoxicated they were about to pass bim by when Iiih Agonizing groans attracted thoir at? tention, lie told them that he had been assaulted aud robbed aud they took him iu charge and brought him on a car to tlrauby street, from whence the pntrol convoyed him to the stanou-hoiise. Dr. Hy Smith was hastily sum? moned and attended tho injured man, who was sutloriug intense aijo ny from a lick on the left side of lno bead just bchiud tho ear. A...

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

^ WAN'I'KI?. 4**-?tiimaenti of UkiM ciau, ftr* line* or tut. It osnu fcr oll? iruei ;i. n: (Mctnufar i'.rn. A' NT LADY VAN MAKE SIS WEEKLY forking foV rm quljtl'at bonif I'oiittou t>eiiuaueiit and If vi'j tj'i o? 11y spare two Vmrs p-i div,don't 1.11 io investigate. Iteiily vi h -t mped en veto ae. WOMAN'S MU I'I AL fcl NEl- IT CO., Box Joliet, ill. jui-lt? ANTED COLORED WOMAN FOR 11 house work ami cock I Hdcrty penou {?referred. Apply 198 Bank street. Ja&-3t WANTED--A PRACTICAL YOUNG? BUSI \i nsss man who < an Invest tSQO in a Ural Class and nell c libllsheJ caili business that ?itl pay bin $20 per. week. Particulars iw sMuin tired. JaS *) FIBS T-C LASS RAILROAD 8TKNOQRPH /. ers at ?in .j. wboleiale boaia bo?kk?eF?r, traveling grocery salesman, Particulars lso ? jii: streel. ,ia5 "iy ANTEP M akT< 1 ED : JANITOR (WITH ?> out children) baudy wltb 'arp?:.tors' tools; man .Ii n wife to < uro"for p ib'.ic building, riii^...

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

IFT1BMSBXD IS?? roui.isBEn evk?v aiuKNiNO bxoept MONDAY. MUOENIAN 1IUIL.U1NQ. VhlH AND commbbok 8TBKETS. SI. glenn At*. OwsKit. Entered :? secood-clasa mall inatlnr. THE < IUI ULATION OF TtlE YILOINJ IAN is LARGELY IN EXCESS of any otber paper published iu Eastern Mr- j Sl?ts'cirtnlstiou In Norfolk auti Ports? mouth is prefer than that of auy paper , Mbltilscd or circulated in the two ollles. ? *lt it.;olive-red in tbo cities of Norfolk amil Portsmouth and pr.bnrbs for 10cents a weak. Malltubseriptions. postage pain, Five Dollars per year: Three Dollys? for six mouths: One Po'lr.r and1 I iDy ? ents fox three months, an ' Fifty Cants for one | ^ye'rtiiemcnteicrcrts.i at the rateot 76 CxVtb ? bot-.m.v I iii?T 1>s*btios; oaoh subsequent iusereiou 371 Cknts. or M csmts WaXV wswitm KVEKX otuch ?at. Contractors arc not allotted tu iw? Ibeir space or a.tvcrtito otber than welt legitimise I nsuiesP. except by paying ?vr riel'v for the same TsB^vrrstY Vraoiwurt shbCasol...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 5 January 1895

PORTSMOUTH TERRITORY Racy Reading of Cleverly Gleaned Paragrapiis, j WORK BEGUN ON THE DEPOT To Attend the Atlanta Exposition. Storm Doors. Shooting Spar? rows. Disorderly Conduct. City Council. Police Commissioners. Muntank Tribe of Red Men in? stalled officers last uigbt. Tbe steamer Pern left tbe yard yesterday fur League Islaud. A large qunutity of bogs were of fored for sale in tho market yester? day. wCapt. Jobn Brady bos succeeded In securing Peeo ou tbe Boston club B8 a piteher. j Tbe City Cwnuoil has considerable work mapped out for their meeting ITursday night. The Seaboard Air Lino oflicials Will returu this morniug from their late tour of inspection. Tho storm doors for tbo market lioiiFL' have arrived, and will bo put In position right away. Some of tho churches will bavo appropriate sorvices iu honor of Old Christinas to-moirow. Read the ad of a house for root on Chestnut street conlaiuiug six rooms, and one on Glasgow ttreet, Workmen have resumed work ou the Union dep...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 5 January 1895

HiLElGH. N. C. THE OLD NORTH STATE. Small Items of a New?y and Per f >nal Character, gusc ?i l)i*p?tjh to the Virgin an. Halkioii, N. C January 4.? It is caul ou good authority that more Republicans, uieinbors of the Legis? lattiVe, tbau will admit tho fact, do n..t waul to see Marion Butler, the Populist, get the long term u the Senate. Oue member t" day hinted at a possible "euniOiuatiun," hut would go no further. is soon as tho weather opens a little work on the Couiederate mou uiueiit, at tlie Capiiol *qnare, is to begiu. Material for uko in building it is tow beiug delivered there. Tbo uepublionue who favored fu? sion appointed a committee of litt.V and the duty of this, n set ms, was to invt-stiguto and deuouueo all tiiO Kepnblieana who did not favor fit eion. The committee has a list of about eighty, maiuly colorod. and iu a circular publishes the names of twentv. It deuuuucea tbese as traitors. One of those who are thus blacklisted is Jobu H. Williamson, of Louisb...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 5 January 1895

TRADING WAS LESS ACTIVE The New Government Fives De? cline in Price. ANOTHER BEARISH FEELING. In the Final Dealings a Steadier Tone Prevailed and a Slight Rally Ensued. Speculation Left Off About Steady. \ Bonds Irregular. " By Southern AsBOoiatod PreBi). New Yofiit, January 4.?Trading at the ?tock Bxohange wallet? active to-day, |he total ttau.actious (ootiutf up c-uly 11.}, 148 shares, against lbU.OSd yesterday, the opening of u.o markst wo? feature? less, Lake .-Shore, Hnv Stato aud United ?Uates Kubber leading. Tho ailvauoe was soon cheeked, howefer, by tho eu? ?ageuieut of 12,880,000 gold ier export %o Euione to-morrow. Ii?:porn that thirty millions cold t.quI i havo to b<* forwarded bet?re Sf ring iu order to till European require? ments added to the bearish tbeling, es? pecially us tbe reUtiouu between iha ; uiKiou and the New \ oik bankers who tarnished the Go-- ?runieut with tbe last lundted mill.on of gold ore strained. I3y the t.ay, the new live?, lor which the...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 5 January 1895

RICHMOND, U. THE STATE CAPITAL. Matters of Interest to All Virgin? ians. ffi'ocul Dijpitch to Tbo Virginian. BlCBUOND, Va., January 1.? IMnj, Wi R. Gaiues, Register of tuo Laud Office and Superintendent of Grounds and Huildiufis, died at Los resideneu in tbat city tbis afternoon, llo hud beet) critically ill with pneumonia for several ,i ays, but yes terduv uns reported a littlo better. He bad a relapse tbia moruiug, Maj. Games was a uutivo of Charlotte county, and was a gallant soldier iu the cavalry service during the war. He uns wounded iu oue of bis legs oud tbe limb bad to bo amputated. Ever since tbo war tbo Major bas been prominent iu tbe affairs of hm county, and souie tifteeu ye.irs ano was a member of tbe Llouso of Delo gutes. He bus i eld tliu position be tilled at tbe time of his death for teu years, ilia remains will be taken to Charlotte, for luteruient. The vaosnoy will bo tilled by tbo Governor, and tbero wdl uo doubt be many applicants for it. Major Gaioes' clerk is...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 6 January 1895

The Pending Currency and Bank? ing Biil. WILL IT PASS THE HOUSE? Able Speech by Bourke Cockran on Currency in General. Advocacy of Mr Boatner The Vote Next Week. Mny Be Thursday. By Southern Associated l're?s Washington, .lauuary 5. ?'I lie feature of the debate Upon tlio Cur? rency bill in tbe House to <iay was tho speech of Mr. Cockran, of New York, who occupied tbe- attoutiou of tho Houso tor nearly two hours, devoting hini; ?elf largely to a discussion of tho caturo of money and currency, with a view to impressing upon tbe mein ?Oers the fact that the subject could not bo safely treated as u party question, The disposition to 6o treat tho bill, Mr. Oookrao said, t.aa hUcly to lead to the wrecking upon tho rocks of party expediency ? matter of great importance to the aduiiuistrutioii people. Uf all the j'laus proposed for re lieving ttio present eouilitiou ??f uiliiirs Mr. Cockrau considered the Jtaltimore plan tue best, but be had no hope that it could be enacted. The...

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

SOME ONE IS INACCURATE Officer Bamburger's Removal From Duty. DISCREPANT STATEMENTS. No Hearing Granted. The Mayor and His Socreiary Interviewed. Commissioner Verdier Re? ported as Angry. Mr. Bolton States the Case. Thursday afleruooti, at tho meet? ing of the Police Board. Mayor lYttit aud Cart. Bolton beiug pres? et)- Police Oilieer Bamburger, who bad ! een connected with the police force of this eity for eleven years, ?was dismissed from the force with? out a hearing, ^o far ae the records will show this is the first time that BDV board has refused to allow any city emplover to make a defense, ami at the time he was at home Biok in bed. Till- charges A tl A in ST Officer Hamburger as preferred by Capt. Boltou were that "during five mouths of services he had made oclv three arrests, aud that bis wife keeps a bar at tho corner of .lames and ^oott streets, which is tended by a minor." Tut? Vihoisian's re? porter present recorded that ou motion of the Mayor "Ollicer Barn burger was d...

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

\% A vrm?. 4*f.tiNtfmrnti of tfiu chui, rtrs Hm$ or Uui, 25 <x7|U tor one ifucr rion; BOeenufbr ?Ars?, WANTED PARTNER IN \ GOOD PAY ? lug buiiucti wim to $1000 cash, run show cxiraordtuarv large proits, business le safe and surt, norlsk. Ii. \v. ja'j?::i? MEN TO PELL BAKING POWDER To Tili: grocery trade; ?tea.ly cmp nymctit: rxpe tlence unuecc-tar?; :7."' monthly salary and ?xpvni01 or comniCssion. io*ter is satisfactory ???l. ri-s- at once, with pariiruiara concerning ??arsilf, UNITED STATES CHEMICAL WORKS, ChlcaRo. jaO?H* TO WORK /\T HOMt.: for making erjyoa rurlraiti; now patented method; any one wn ?n road or write can dntbewor. al home, I ? pare time, day or evcuiug. Send youraddim I send work ni once. to. ?. Likirr. Urn mun ?rtlal, Tyrone, t'a. |aS-sul3t \\ ANTE 11 ? COLON Ell woman I or house wurk ami cook. Elderly in-r-.-si preferred. Apply 196 Bank itreel .1? 5-3.1 TtTANTKD?A PRACTICAL YOUNG BUSl 11 ness man who tan InTeat $303 in a Urst tlass ami well c-tibllsho...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 6 January 1895

PUBLISHED KV1 crt. MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY. \11.1UM\N BUILDING. &1a1j> aND COMMEBOE STREETS. M. Gt.ENNAN. Ownkii. Knlriril -i? ?<?< oiiM-i umil iiiiiMei. '' i~Ij pTTl'? r 1.ATl0N OF THE VIRGIN; J.?.N i* l.AlU'.EliY IN EXCELS or any other, paper published in Eastern Yir '""u's circulatiou in Norfolk an i Torts cuontb is pronicr than that of any pupor inlUfbc. ??_ circulated in the two oitiea. It is delifeted in the citicp of Norfolk and 1 crlrrjiontb ami inbnrbo for lUcents a week. MnilmbBcriptions, pottage paid, lite 1 ollnrR per year: Three Dollars for six months One Dollar and Fifty Cents for tbrtcutontiif am! 'rUtv Cents for ono K A^vtrtitenii ntt intertcil at tho ratoof ?55 j'r.jjw h (>or?i!K 1 i?PT Ijoskhtion: oaeh cnbseqnuif iiisersicn ?7i Cznts. or 60 t fms WBT.N INSKUTCD I.vf.1iv OIHKli dat. Contractors aro not allowed Jo excod tboit hpHCO ot inivcrtiBO otbor thau their legitimate bnninem. except by paying *necinl1.v ft't...

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