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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 3 March 1895

Their Reception a Grand Ova? tion. BEAUTIFUL BANNER GIVEN. Eloquent Speeches by the Mayor, Capt. Keeling, Lieut. Carroll and Others. The Captain Knighted the Duke of Malta. Their Trip. Tho New Orleans pnporB devote About tbreo columns of spaeo to the reception of the Bines in that city, *1 he Picayune published nu illus? trated urticlu, presenting excellent Jiicturea of Capt. Keeling, First dent. Kovill und Junior First Liieut. J. U, Carroll. Tlio papers compliment the men in bigli terms on their appearnuoo ami behavior. At the banquet tendered tue r.lnes l>y tb? Washiugtou Artillery the "Virginia buys were extended the freedom of the oity by tho Mayor, vrho referred to the time wheu Vir? ginia and Louisiana touched elbows ?ju the soil of tiie Old Dominion, Capt. Keeling responded, aud ?fter expressing his appreciation of the reception,related a tew ineidouta of tho war and said he nnd ulew others were all of the old veteruna left, but be brought hoys lit repre? sentative*) of th...

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. — 3 March 1895

Bill of Fare TO-MORROW, Monday, 4th of Mat ch. ICOPYRIOHT.I IJfebftlllofbrnuty Ifweoilly kooW bow to gather it iuto our bm? sue .tore-homes. breakfast tpptes. Pearl Hom i,v. Ua ? and bgg*. M iffiu*. Syrup. CoBee. diim im er. .--'ill. troui Bone, ?f \-a. Baked Potatoes. Macaroni end tberse. To? mato Pickles. Wbite uud orabam Bread. Cnmbeirv Turt. _ i . suprer. Cold Meat. Cr?antedPota? toes, Canned Be-rio,-. Cake. Mint. lea. snippidoodl.es. IMi>s Bai w One cup sugar; one egg; one table-apooaful but-enoue-h If cup milk; one cup flour; one faapoonful baking powder; cue lend teaspoon frtl ctunaiuou. -pr*u<l very thin on a tin sheet aud kike, w hen Dearly tlena sprinkle with sugar, wheu brown cut iuto ?quares mm re more with a knife. They should be thin und crisp.; _ Tuesday, Mar\h 5. It Is tilt best niguof a gre.il nature that it opens a to (ground, and. like tue breath 01 morulug lauoscape. Invites Ul onward. LMKRSON. breakfast. Datea, IVbeatens Be M.ak. Fried Hominy. BlSOUlt. Bak...

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. — 3 March 1895

Jloth tho method nm\ results when Byrup of 1mj;s is taken; it isplcasani rnd refreshing to the taste, and net. S;en try yet promptly on tho Kidneys, jivcr und Bowels, cleanses the sys lern etiectually, dispels colds, head* Hehns and fevers and cures habitual constipation. Syrupof Figs is the only remedy of Its kind over pro? rtueetl, pleasing to the taste, and ac? ceptable to tlio stomach, prompt in Its action and truly beneficial in its effect*., prepared only from the most healthy and agreeable substances, its many excellent qunli ties commend it to all and have ruadc it tbo most popular remedy known. t Byrup of Figs is for Bale in r.Oc and ?1 bottles by all leading drug* gists. Any reliable druggist who tuny not have it on hand will pro* teure it promptly for any one who tsvishes to try it, Do not accept anj? Substitute? ml/forma pm m?P, left t _BAU fRAUCISGO, CM. . 'tcuiwtuE. k/, vom. if. f, 3 4dtrtll'rr>.mfi or I'm rnui, AYf (Ines i/r uui, ? prnu tot mm imertiont Hi emu for ...

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. — 3 March 1895

IST A HI. IS HHP 1B?5. I rjliLISUKD EVKHV MOKNlMOSXOJUfJ; MONDAY. 1 VIRGINIAN BDlliDlMO. HA IK AND COMMERCE STHEET3. M. GL.KNNAN. OwHBB._ Entered u second-class m-u nutter. Tue Virginian ackuowledgeB the receipt of several valuable publio documents from Senator Hunton and Congressman Tyler. In another column will be found an exoeedingly interesting letter from Mr. A. M. Bonk, of Brooklyn, N. Y? on the subject of Tho Greater Norfolk. It is very timely and con tains a deal of valuable information oDd suggestion. Let all interested on the subject of nunoxatiou and The Greater Norfolk read it. THE NOK I* MW KM I' KIVKH AM? ?OHFObK'S IV ATE It MJI'I'EY. The Landmark of yesterday, al? luding to tbo suggestion presented in The Virginian, that the North? west river will afford Norfolk an in? exhaustible supply of good, pure water for all timo to come, aud to the statement that it was strange that this river is not mentioned in MoAlpine's report, remarks: "a correspondent of Thb Virgin? ian ...

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. — 3 March 1895

PORTSMOUTH ADVERTISEMENTS 1|\Ott BALIS?HALF OF BO?BLE liouso. wix mo na. bath nn 1 pautry, ?ii Third itroei. l'or torras, app T to #.\M"-.s NOLAN, :nu Third itroet. Porta ?uouth. Vii iui8-1 w Special For MondayT ' iuo I.uuudiy <on\\ 1-, or s^.ou ban Cor itcc. Challenge Brand Cond med Milk. t-c PO ' i'ku. Ouo dozen Uox. sof Parlor Matches, 5o. Rolled Oats *> pei- pun ml. C. W. HUDUINS A CO., ____________ bU2 Crawford streut. ]7?OR RALE CHEAP AND ON E^SY ? '1KB K ? Home mid two lot*. 1001 Co irt street, and thr c lut. North vi at ?oruur North mil Uuttoii ctrcets, 1'ark V:ow. or will b oi ange for fountv prop? erty mrtt-St S TOVE COAL 1 Orders Tor STOVE COM. for Immediate Ui liver.v hi ?.">..'>() i er toil anywhere m Hit oitv. i eiivo orders with THE E. C. BROOKS CO , Mar h Ut. 113 Hi^h stroot. "\X7ANTED ? A few Rood businc* nieu ? t to rcli r nuUr Life luiurnnoo in this sect on. for one of tho nafest aud t st old-Line Coihputrcs. (iood run tracts to the r;eht men. Addre-k ...

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. — 3 March 1895

Many Items of a Newsy and Per? sonal Character. FOR RAILWAY COMMISSIONER The Fred Douglass Resolution Will Cost Votes. Raleigh Charter. S. A. L. Bridge Burned. Handsome Hotel. The Revenue Bill. Bpeoial Pispntoh to the Vir?inian. BAiiEion, N. C, March 2.?A new aspirant for the position ol Railway" Commissiouor has ap? peared, this beiug .lohn (iraliam, of Warreu couuty, who was tho t'opn list nominee for State Superintend out of Pnblio iuetructiou. The Populists are still talking about the Fred Douglass resolution. One of them says that it will cost fusionist? 20,000 votes. Another gave: "That resolution brings tho color line forward in the next cam paign and that will bent any argu meat we can use." The Populist cauens oT Thursday night was instructed to vote down the bill to amend tho charier of Raleigh which was introduced by Young, the colored member from AVako. The bill was promptly de fented, as was also another bill to amend the charter of Raleigh. Four huudrud feet of wood wo...

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. — 3 March 1895

COMMU REPORT nioiicr .'(arKi-t. By Southern AssoeiaeJ L'rnq?. Nut Vor.K. March 2 -Money on cnl ?nominal y 2a 2.? per cent. Sterling ox ?Innige is Ami. with actual basiness in bankers bills at 4V7J for sixty days and *>lJ ror demand. Poeted rates, 48s'ai'.'0. Commercial bills, 137. Covernuiout bonds Olosed steady. Tilt BTOOU MAUSTKr ?0U).4I!M BUM. American Cottotl Oil. 21; American { Cotton Oil, preferred, 64aU7: Aniurionn Sugar Itottueriee, 92|: American Sugar Refineries, preferred, 92f; Amer loau Tobacco, 'JO;; American To bacoo preferred, lOli: Atobisou, Tope ka aud Santa. Fo. 3j: Itait more and Ohio. 67: Cauada Faei?e. 43; Cbosa rcake and Ohio. 161; Chicago au 1 Alton, 16; Chicago, liurliugtuii and ijuiuoy, 0^5; Chicago (las Trust. 70J Dolawaro ?nd l.acUa wanna, 157}; Oistlllcrs aud Cat? tle Feeders. JM; line. 8C ICne. pref., 1C; uonural ICIeotric, 27?: Illinois Central, Bl.\; .l.uke ltrie and Western. 15;. Lake 3trie sud Wostoi n, pref..71: l,ake Shore, 135i:',l.oulAvllle ami...

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. — 3 March 1895

SUFFOLK NBVYS. IN OLD NANSEMOND. Notes and Gleanings From Suffolk and Surroundings. Mins Llllie Moars, of Norfolk,who had been visiting Miss Nauuio Las euer, loft for bor homo neootupauied by tin' latter. Schooner 0. I!. Loot, Capt. Creamer, left port yesterday for Bridgeport, Couu., with a oargo of lumber from tho t!ay Mauufuetur jug Company. AI r. W. .1. Gray yesterday moved bin l>?r ami restaurant from the Gem Gare to the place on Ltiddick etreel recently vacated by .1. 12. Mal? lard, LSsq. I be Not folk aud Western pay oar yesterday passod through and ilis? paused to eniDloyoe their December ?alsrios. At tho revival iu the First Metbo dist C i uroh tlicru wore uboiit ei\ly converts uud twenty live reoonseeru lions. Prof. 1'. St. .1. Wilson, accompa? nied by Ins mother, who bad been visiting him, lefl last afteruoou .for tin' Utter'* homo in iliobtnoud. Tho soup houso lor thu poor lias beeu discontinued, tho management claiming that those for whom tlio refroshtueut won niton.l...

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. — 5 March 1895

DECISION Of IM IIS. He Rules in Favor of Oleomarga? rine. HE CALLS IT VALUABLE FOOD And Discharges Scott and McLean, Thereby Reversing the Ruling of the Lower Court. Resume of the Judge's Strongly Worded Opinion. Several dnys ago (jr. A. J. Scott and Win. Mol.run were arrested and oar i ifd before Justice Burroughs, charged with \tolutiug tho Virginia oleomarga? rine low. The raso was argued by counsel nud Justice Burroughs, after due,consideration, rendered his opin? ion, holding the arrest of tlio persons before htm proper uud tcut thou on to the grand jury, Messrs. U. A. J, Scott aud \Y*m. Rlc Lean refused to Bite bond for their ap pearanoe uud were delivered to the Sheriff lor safe keeping. Upon application of TAIr. \V. II. "White, counsel, n writ of habeas cor pus was issued by Judge Hughes, of the United Stuten District Court. Tho ptieoucrs were currieil before In in utid lie delivered his opiuiou yeaterduy, discharging Messrs. Scott and Mel n and virtually reversing Justice U...

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. — 5 March 1895

Virginian's Daily Hints I-FOR-1 MUSE-KEEPERS !< ?Bill offare -FOR - MORROW, Wednesday, -3 th o( March. ICOfVKIOIIT.I i Tja ?mall proporiiuiio we Justbeaullei iAud iu urt meaituNS life mar Merit t b( Hi x JolISs LEAKFAST. Orange!, oatmeal. tktjfai stew. Tout, 1'runta. CorTM1. :r. ".oust IVif'Tmu-k U;Ij . Baited PotiicK.*?. BrovnUravj. (Suited Coro, ami lirauam Ilrvad. Brieal an I I'm l rbro-n.-. ?er. Clraluni Mulflnt. Cold Meal flfd Hier. Fruit. IVa. JREAD AND FRUiT PUDDINC }staleettceibread. Lay In pudding JUb ilin-r. with cannnj ch.rr'u gi berriet, --r laj p't*. Hake lullr an bour. Serve with fik?r cvttnRp pudding, POTATO PUFF. Jo eupn.il* nlil mashed potato; add six len |nfals melted butler, beating to n wiht? cream. ?two cgc* ten li|:lit With a leas uonful or milk: jalt'to laite. ISeal all wtll. I'ou'l ? dish; bake in 41,1 k oven until lirnnurd. lift ON THE SL Schooner Governor Ames Lost? .OOP CAPSIZED IN THE ROADS Revenue Cutter Hamilton Saves Lives of Two tVico From the &...

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. — 5 March 1895

THE FOP?LAR CIGARETTE fg.wt.vjM.-i .-vrrjT; < j.v^r??aj.-.-a--..| r,-;.| Lr^Kh?'^:',: s>7?i ras/ MILD AND PURL ALLEN ? (ilNTER .'.aciMcis T"u\ ;w.v.\Tt!ii. I UGH STAN'niM! IJK<K tVASTKP. I. A NM? Jl MARK Jt-'Jt OKI-ICR, 89 Main street. wr.VJt? \\fANTPD-Ao Milive, "aiber ?nJi IndoeTro?ia I it colored m.i i wu> usderitaudi I ho cultural I" :iv. Ad- I ? ?i Vir % ula?'. uir'-l * 1 irANTK.D-lhioni tarnished. IVr light liouaa ti i.i- p.i^-. Adurtsi i C. M, Virglulau uiBce. err-it WAN I KU?A furnished room with board in a ?i pihate a i.i v lur a 'adv. AMie-i niili terms,"AI. M.'- .me tlritirl in. ' laii'-'.V I. M.IMI I II AN!' IlktlAPI.K mT.N cm Und c ii Fi nloarmeiil I ?? tolling mi II. OHII.I?, roomii vl,4 ;.nil 0. V.. 172 Main Hr.'et. Inly ILoaj who . iu Ittactood reference ncral apply. m?r3-3t' U'ANTKII?M'ddlo a o I vonuiui to .Olli. wash I and in n, ft i family. I two |ior?>iii. Apply ai liO.iKIl?A iiuiii, wlfi a d daiigbu 1) looms mid board, with u line i' rtii-; '/..;...

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. — 5 March 1895

E8TABUKHKD IS 5. b?D eve by morning. except MONDAY. YlKGISlaN'bui D NC Jain and commeucb streets. M GLESNAN. Ovskp. ?nterel at seco;id-c!a 9 matter. SOU I. ATI OS OF THE VIM ?1 MAN IA IN F.XCKSS at 1 a other ?Gbluh- d in Ena'.-i 11 Virgin ... ?Tculati 11 in Norfol!; iiud Portsmouth ?Star than that cf any paper published Jftoniato.i iu the two ciltta. Jit it d.diTen d in the citica of N >rf.dk and brmuioiilh und snoiiru. lor 10 eentii a resk. ' ail aiib*i riptions. postage paid IrcDdhurs per year; lhreo Dollars to: >ix nutha. One Hollar au.i Fi'ty Cents for ae "(months; aud Fi'ty O-nts ror one brtiicments inierted t the rate of "1 1 x 8 .tai ?Fi?st is^Kiirtp.m oip b aubae j iniertiou :>7| Ct.xi-.. or 5i tints ItSHII 11.1' KVKIIV OTHKH IIAV. Cniilrac [e not rI o ???? '. to e\co'd thoir a| a e lertiso other than tle'.r .loxi in a:o ' exctpt Juy paying especially tor LriJKI.V VinOlSIAN ASH CittOl.lN'IAS, tgB?, i- delivoieJ, postage paid, lout La, 25c,i ait months. 50o, twelve M...

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. — 5 March 1895

? 'o it i s mi I i n H.n ! u: r.: n t i N ? i? m PLijun i a ii v it CMii.r i tu - s Portsmouth, March 2 I89J. Bear AJiulril Georei- llrowu, 17. S. N., Command? ing Natal Stitton, Norfolk, Va.: sir and Shipmate?At a regular meeting uf rapt. James S. 'lhornlou Garrison, No, I3i, I cmur Armv :n! NaTjr Union, II, - . A.; tLo following ICSolUl oll? WCTO nDUUllll.Usly ;aIo o I: \V ii an i a -. !t bring undent oJ that the promo? tion of our shipmate, Ke.r Adaititd tit ort c i n wo, V .- N..conmiindliig navil nail >n, Nuilolk, V?., to the highest |io>itlou of rank lu the service, ni d by ti e same n attlng bim ibe sunl,r officer of (be SMVy Kesolvei, that it glvci m ;r ?t pi asure t? know ..i hit an a cement in bin profession W n itV.lor, anil that Iiis Iour and faithful servlcj bai reifIred ?lue rccotnll oj. Kcsovtd, Tbatwc tldi him every success,and hop ; thai tbc clouds en hi- horizon nave nil roiled by, i:n I that Ills rut me mar be a< bright as ibe star- in uM t.iuiv. We bi I ...

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. — 5 March 1895

What Everybody "Requires at This Season. Some Things are of the Utmost Im? portance to You." This Will Tell You Just What You Most Need Now and How to Get It. In the Fpring chauges always tnko } j>lnoo in our system wbioh require at? tention. There is a tired, languid leol ing. a depression, the digestive organs boeomo deranged, the blood is bad, causing tho complexion to become affected and' tho iiorsoa feels un ina? bility to work. . At such a timo a spring medicine is Absolutely uecessary. It will overcome ?ell those conditions. It will invigorate the blood, regulato tlio digestive or J gnus, clear tho complexion, uud make yon. feol strong nud well. ,?eatlwbat .Mrs. W. 11. Smith, of 74 irtittou street, l'rovidenco, lt. 1., has ?) sny. V "1 was tnkeo sick livo years oso with grippe. It loft my wholo Bystom pod OBpocinlly my nerves in n terribly reak condition, I wob dreadfully ner ?ous, nud lost almost complete ootitrol if axynolf. I was all discouraged uud t& hot know what...

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. — 5 March 1895

COiMCLU REPORT. .llourv rtlurket* Hv Southern A-r ii.'i at-- 1 Pros*, Nr.w Yoiik, Marob 4.?-Money oti call ba: tooen e isier; bighcet. 3 per cent lowest, i\ per cent, nut! closing tittered ?t IJ po: cent, t-terllng exnhuuge i< iirm. ?1 h ?ctu.il bust n ss in bunkers' bills at 4h7aU3 for sixty cnys und iSOjntBii for demand. I . ttc i late*. ? BJliUlW. Comm rcial b Its, -:8ti;a4 57. <jo\criiinoiit bond - cl s dsteady. tiik stock Jt VIlKIl?iUOaiq i Hills'. American Cotton Oil, 33]; Amor "b u tot touOi'. prt f. OOuli); uncrlo u Bug ir liitlncr let, 1)3}; America i Sugar HefJnerlo', prof , W(; American i ob icco, M)}. Amor oau I o bsccc,] prof., 104; At.'liiso i, Xu, ot:t ?u I Hanti re. 3{: Baltimore aud Obio, ?/: i?u n'ia la (Be. 43; Cbcsnpeako aud Ohio. Hi;'; Chicago and Alton, 110: Ubicigo. Lttrlin? ton aud QuiDcy. 70; Chicago UtU IttiH', M{; Di-lawn o an J Laukar.tiutia. 157{; Distil Ihm anil Cattle KcOdorS. I2J; I rio. 8}: Kric. irof., I.; (t. iltiiI blo.'trie, u7: H.urj.'s le...

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. — 5 March 1895

Many Matters of Interest to All Good Citizens. DETECTIVE NORRIS BACK AGAIN Discussion ot the Slate League Teams. Norfolk Sure to Win, Says an Ad? mirer. Report of the Auditor. The.Proposed Meeting of Ministers. ?peeial Dispatch to tlto Virginian. Richmond, Vo., March I. ? Detective John T. Norris, the tuou who has fig? ured extensively iu the gold briok case, is back trout Ohio and is talking aud writing for tho press us mnoli as ever. JSorrta is uu enigma. There uro some people who think Norris is n crazy utau,bnt others believe there is method in tho ccconlrtcities that crop out now and thou. Iiis neighbors iu Spriug iield, O.. buv he is a shrewd, sharp de? tective but an bobett inan. Now that the Virginia I Inpeluill Xipagno has beeu reorgaui/e.l tor the season, much interest is manifestod iu the national game. It is generally lie ieved that tho clubs are more evenly matched than last year aud that uuy one of them may win iho penaut. jLynchbnrg ecrtuiuly will start nut with a spl...

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. — 6 March 1895

VOL. XLYIIII?NO. 80. NORFOLK, VA.. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 6, 1895. ?'KICK 2 CENTS Mr. and Mrs. Win, K. Vanderbilt Legally Separated. WIFE'S CHARGES SUSTAINED She is to Have the Custody or the Children and a Snug Allowance. The Work of the Referees. Sustained by Judge of the Supreme Court. By Soiitborn Associated I'ro?. New Yohk, March 6.?Judgo Hnr Tett, of the Supreme Court, this ulter noou granted ? decree of Hliaolute di? vorce in favor of Mrs. Alva E. Vauder bill from her busbuud, Wm. K. Van? derbilt, the well kuuwu millionaire. Aa nil the testimony und the report of the refereo have been sealed, no facts can lie ascertained us to tbe parties who uro implicated with Mr. Vaudcrbilt. Although a liberal allow nuou has beou grunted .Mrs.Vanderbilt, th'jre is no rooord of tbo sum which ber huabuuti liaa agreed to give her. Mre. Vuuderbilt is to have tbo cure and custody of ber three children. The decree is granted upon the ro port of Edmond Kelly, who was ap? pointed Io near und iloleriuine...

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. — 6 March 1895

The Virginian's Daily Hints -VOR HOUSr^EEPERS ! BilTofFare TO - MORROW, Thursday, 7 th of March. IcorTBiaOT.I Ti'bal though the dus'. of earlh wottl 1 dim? The-e'i n glorious outer nie ?That will sweep through m* soul If I let it iu, Aud make it lu-h and fair. MlHV MAFKS Dol'OV. BREAKFAST Appl'S. Graham Mu-li Beer Wall-. team d Potatoes. ;U?iJ I<i >l-J H.n'liis ltdls (.'oner. DINNER. cup from R a.| Ihef Uoues. Celer . (racke ?. ("old I Ism. r.itstor?. On-umber f\> Ule;. Apple .lel'.T White and It Ith no Hrnd Naked Swe.-t AppUs. with Whipped I'reatn. SUPPER. Bretd nnd Itu'ter. Creamed Fotatce <. Prune?, lo.'kte-. M.lk. Tea. The bones from a r>U't will mike fine ?oup hj adding a cup of boiled riee ami plenty of seM - iOf. In buying iraaU sausap s alira;sclio lethedi est ones. The brisket I? a gool piece ofeurued beef. So | bone and but little at. Quite afi Important Session Held Last Night. NO MONEY FOR ATLANTIC CITY The Conned Last Night Disposed of About One-Half of N...

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. — 6 March 1895

ofri&iei you C4ttt\ 0 vwr. @ ? r^rnrnr Ndunself twlfi J You know tilings\vi!l happen?falls $ und bruises, cuts and burns, cramps <?> and colic, coughs and colds, croup and sore throat, grip and rheuma? tism, diarrhoea and indigestion? come what will, when it will, you can repair damage quickly and go on your way IF you have u bottle of <& Pain-Killer. Prcpurcd only by 2 PERRT DAVIS St SOU, Providence, R. I. $ WAN'rtSIN TAf ANTED? Marl ltd man a- iteaiuboal wareroauii II ? atehman, Stil); -' married moo ion wim uadcr niui i Rtrani, 5-'". ni man'* annulry reiiu i .uul wife is care fbi teyil - tree, Jill and foam!. Hiiur. KM ii..in; Bt, inrG-lt* "Itf ANTED Uo i" 30I1 hur. h street, Norfolk.Va., M if yon waut work ofeforr kias. Orderacnta inc in <ia Ijr for nil MmU?i reliable, llret-clau help. We arj free toa-si-aall women, girl* and men (while er colored in pelting ?oilc iu I nlli I -t fbinifh fiec halp to ai employers. Coiueor amd your order >l once. mrt>itt*...

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. — 6 March 1895

kstavmshed 18 '5. POBLtSUBD EVEBY MOUNISQ EXCEPT MONDAY. VIRGINIAN BUILDING. MAIN AND COMMERCE 9TUEET3. M GLESNAN. Owner. i ntareit as second-da matter. ?KIK ClK0UL.AT1OS?E I KE YlllGlSTAN is I.AKOEl.Y IN K.xCBaS of any other 1 ?per pi.biifh diuKai. ru Virgin a. Ii otrculfcti u ii N?TfoW aud rortsmou th Is creator man that i f my papor published or iitOvnato in the two c d ?. It it daliToreil in the cities of N irf.dk and porn on b and Bib.ru. tor iu cents a wetk ail sub ripttons, i o-t me paid. Tf x Dollars per year; Three Dul ara lor ix months, One Uoliar and Fifty Cent- for three months; aad Fifty Omts tor oun mont . Adxertisemt-nts inserted at the rnto of 75 Ce 1sa? ia bFWH insertion; each BUlise ?jue-.it iniertion 37j Cents, or 5'J < t s rs ?HiMSr teh avr.av otiif.h Iiay. Coittiac ton arc not nllono I to oicoed tlteir spa a or nd ertise other than ttoir letti iina:o business, except l>y paying especially tor the same. Tn : Wrkbxy Viriiiman am> Carolinian. eight pages, ...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
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