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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 9 March 1895

VOL. XLVIIii?NO. 92. NORFOLK, VA., SATURDAY, MARCH 0, 1895. V\l\i!l) 2 CK NTS Bay State Manufacturers Have Been Quietly Going Elsewhere. THE CAUSES NOW CONSIDERED The Legislative Investigating Commit? tee Hear Facts and Figures From Mr.VV. C. Lovcring.of the Ark- j Wright Club, and Hon. T. 0. Coolidge. Er Sonttio.ru Associated Frei*. Boston, March s.?The Legislative Committee on Mercantile Affairs con? tinued in investigation at thu State Louse to day us to causes of removal to oilier Stuten of textile corporations. It was tlio muuuluetur.i? luuiugs to? day and Wni. 0? Lovering, presidont ?)( the Arkwrigkt Club, appeared be? fore the committee and couducted tbu caso for them, lie suid iu part: "This hearing might very properly linvo taken a wider BOopo aud have in? cluded other tliuu textile industries, for it is u gravo fact that not alouu tlio cotton textiles uro seeking other fields, lint u>ttuy industries Luve either desert? ed ilia Stale or uro prospecting in other BCOttous ...

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 March 1895

The Coroner's Jury Arrive at a De? cision. MUCH TESTIMONY_ WAS TAKEN. The Jury Report That They Believe That Mrs. Butland Came to Her Death From Causes Produced by Malpractice on the Part of Dr. S. K. Jackson. All of tin evidence obtainable was Submitted tj the Coroner's jury yester? day, teudiu : to ebow the cause of Mrs. Butluud's death. They returned ? verdict n st the woman died from tho effects of nu oporatiou performed by I>r. S. K. Jackson. the inqisst. The inquest was bohl in the Corpora? tion Court room yeBter<iay morning, Coroner Charters presiding. Tho fol lowing geutlcmea comprised the jury: J. L. Nash, E. L. C. Mauniug, H, Val lentine, John T. Wilsou, John A, Jen? kins and Joel Cappe. Mr. Oeo. Butland, the husband of the deceased, was the iirst wituess. iio told of his wife's distress of iniud and nervousness, and ho proposed that she should consult Dr. Lankford, tho fam? ily physician, but bis wifi^said sho {ireferred to have Dr. Jaoksou. Ho earned that Dr. Jacks...

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 March 1895

THE POPULAR MILD AND PURE HIM rAGTSBII ALLISN & (IINTER tTARTEUi \\"ANXI i?? I i e l?rmen lo k?ow that the Ter? ? ? unten Cominn >i I'tow, Planter and tiueno lilstrjliutir can be louciit atdlOcach. M'i>iv to 1 o plan i i :it .-.! ami .\< ii in nu t:oMr \n *, Murfrreihoio, N. <'. uir9-3r< \i AN 1i i>?iiouistercd drurgitt; young man! M Bibel ii" weil recommended. Addresi Uox in-. tCevrporl News, Va. mtv-'tt* S\ an n n- Mi n who u n i," wuni; i oit *i 175.011 in'.mil salary or large eowaiieslon, crllinc goods by saatpla to deal ra; i xperleuce an* necessary, write, us; wo will explain; l?r staled nirticu an a-nd stamp II" >i SKIIOI.D SI'El 1 a I. XV CO., 7;; Eonrlh street, Cincinnati! <ili:o. sa vNTl.D- Itellabli inaa with $300 as oxclitiive ?H'-n1. for two sncaltha Mild 11 general aton s, lardware and hntucsi deal'is; unlimited demand lorihe di and i o coui|>otltloB; 350,000 have beeil Sold in eighteen months; if yen ar<? looking tor a eglilmate birti...

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 March 1895

ESTABLISHED 18.56. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY. VIRGINIAN BL'Ii.D.N 1 , MAIN AND COMMERCE STREETS. M. GI.ESNAN, Owsf. I uteve.t as seoond-cln is matter. the ClltiHU.A'l'lON Ol' tue VIltlilNIAH U laroely IS excess of un. oth i japer pub!i*li din Bait ru Virgluin. Ii- circulsti u iu Norfolic und Portsmouth is gnater Uihh that ?l any papor publiBbed br rnciuato i iu tho two 01 ties. it is delirorid iu tho oitiea of Norfolk and portsmou h and BUbtirbi lor 'U oouts u weck. N ail nil" riptions, i>oJ.i?e paid. I" v.- Dolli.r* per your; Thito I'm. a? for -Is mouths, Ono Dollar sml Fifty Cunts for thre<- nloi.ths; nil Fifty U.-nt. fur ouo uiont . ... Advertisements inserted tit tho ruto of 7'i Ck is*s i a kFiksi insertion; eavu aabse uuc.it inter don :i"j Cent?, or Stl < m WHKN !**>? n o rviuiv othkh day. OontrAC tors are not ?Howol to oxeoe.l tl eir a] a e or nd ertise oilier than tloir leal illiate busim-sb, tveept by paying espocially lui tho same. The Weekly Viroima...

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 March 1895

VOIITMMOIJ III ADVKKTlXKNItN l-ji ]OST?ye-tt.i V vy ArT;:UN')()N!"~"A j ob I i s (i u Brai-u et numo In? *cn; o i on loeU. r'lndor w ii i c reward il by 1 n\ini:[siiuio at 1?17 Washington stool, iius-lt P.iHTSIIori'.l. Yu , M:.ich i. is'1"'. riMIE Flltll HEltETOFOKE i.alvTINCI JL under the na ue ot ouimes * OVEU Van na Contractor! aud Uu i ie o, baa boou CiH^olvuil by ttio withdrawal of Jo ma 51. <lrinios: The business will be tout nued bv sMIWAUD UVEKMAN, who will sottll nil <to!-t? .mil colloc. all bills <luu Ibe ol<l fjtm. .IO -III A M URIMKS, \ar5-10t EUWAHIJ OYEl'.MAN. *f?on saITk-hal!' ok I'ouule hois7\ i. bix rooots, liHth ?n i pautrv, oif Third vtrcot. lor lernt?, app ytoJAMSH N<iL.\N, ? K) Third street, Portsmouth, Va mi3-1 w STOVE COAL I Or.lors for STOVE COAI. for immediate de? livery ,it r.'.OO | or ton any whore iu tho oty. J.o.ivo oniors with Till; E, 0. EHOOKS CO , Han h 1st. 113 High stroot. DWELLiNG FOR SALE. Nioe dwelling, cor nor Hollulay aud Che.it...

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 March 1895

OLD NORTH STftTE AFFAIRS The News, Personal, General and Political, Concisely Recorded. ABOUT RAILWAY COMMISSIONER The Bill tor Penitentiary Maintenance. WOrk of Moving the Shaft of the ?onfederate Monument. Di? vorce Record Broken. Public Printing Rumor. Special Dispatch to tUa Virginian. -BAt.EiQii, N. C, March 8.?At the jRepoblioan caucus last night a com? mittee was appointed to call ou the Populist caucus and demand that the latter party support a btll oreatiug the offioe of .Railway Commissioner. The bill for the uiniutsuauco of the penitentiary appropriates 314,188 for payment of its debts due np to last Do comber. 885,000 for its support this tear.and $25,000 as a contingent ap? propriation for 18015, to bo nsod ouly upon recornmenilation of ibo directors, approved by the Governor. This bill passed second reading in the llouso last nigbt. There is n bill in the Sou Ate to appropriate $01,000 for the pur ebaso of penitentiary farms. THe work of moving tuo great 6baft of the C...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 9 March 1895

BEAST, BIRD OR DEVILT ?Mio yuecr Thing Thing n. ttcorGla Iliiutcr t-nys II? haw When lie Had ? Gun. A Borovcn county bunter related a thrilliug story of a strougo animal Which ho encountered in a swamp near tho Savnnunh river. Tho story is as fol? lows: "It was nbout 8 o'clock in tho morn? ing, and I was Btanding with my gun behind BOino trees, about 100 yards from tho outside, waiting to get a tthot If possible nt a passing deer. Suddenly I heard a nolso in toward tho river that made my hair stand on end. It was not 6uch a loud noise, nor did it sound very dangerous, but it was peculiar. I had never beard anything likoit before, and I hope I may never hoar it ngain. It was a sound somewhat like* tho quack? ing of n duck and tho hissing of a Buako combined. That is as near ns I can de itcriho it, and yet that does not givo any Idea of how it sounded. It was stronger and louder than either, and yet that is tho impression that it gavo 1U0?either that it must be a monster duck or a hug...

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 March 1895

Many Matters of Interest to All Good Citizens. RICHMOND THEATER NO MORE it Will Be Used as a Furniture Store. The Case Against Commissioner Taylor. The Young Man in Jail. Confederate Museum. College Baseball. Speoial Dispatch to The Virginian. Richmond, Va., Maroh 8,?The Rioh rnond Theatre has served its purpose as A playhouso and will soou bo used for another purpose. A local firm will probably lease it for a furniture etoro. It this is not dono Mr. Leath will ?convert it into n skating rink. The theatre, has been losing popularity for several years. Siuco Mr. Leatb has JbeeD the lessee of both play houses hu jica used the Aoademy of Music almost exclusively. The tboatro was erected Boon after the war on the eito of the ?one barned duriug the war. The lato Mrs, Powell had it built und was its owner up to hot death a few yop.ru ago. Tbero ia talk of buildiug a new tbeatro Jiere. Brimley Taylor,Comuiissionor of tbo Revenue of King William, who was Arrested yesterday on a warraut swor...

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 March 1895

\0L XLVIIII?NO. 93. NORFOLK, VA.. SUNDAY, MAUCII 10, 1895. IM UCK 2 CENTS IUI ?IIS BATTLES Story of the Great Naval Contestin Hampton Roads MOST GRAPHICALLY RELATED. The First Day's Fight. Destruction of the Cumberland and Congress and Flight of the Federal Navy. The Second Day's Contest. A Four Hours' Duel. Thirty three years ago, I stood upon the -wharf at Norfolk, and cheered the Confoderatu iron-olad Virgiuiu, better known as iho "Mcrrimae," au she lulled down tho Elizabeth river. When tbe Federal forces evacuated tbo Norlolk Nuvyyard iu 1801, they tot ou firo und scuttled the steani frigato Merriniac. Her upper works van burueel, but her bull was lutact, nud tho Confederates {raised her uud ?'unverteil her iutu an iruti elsd. tSLiu sras covered amidships with a roof 170 feet long, built at uu angle of l? de screes, uud constructed of 2U-incb heart piue covered by -i-iuch oak. Upou this Wood bucking there were two lengths of iron plates, 2 inches thick and t> iucbus wide,olio...

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 March 1895

WVIiliiMHTS1 A Concise Description of the WorlJ Contemplated at this Resort. THE PLANS OF THE ARCHITECT New Buildings to Be Erected and a General Change in the Style of the Present Hotel Structure. The Modern Ideas of Archi? tecture Adopted. As staled in Friday's Virginian Arch? itect George C. Moser bis completed tbe plans for the reconstruction ot the hotel at Ocean View and he was yester? day prevailed npon to show his draw? ings sad describe the property alter the carpenters and other mechanics hare coniuleted thoir work. It fact, tbe - drawing* themselves do this even belter than words and it is eafo to say , that when tho new Oceau View is an? nounced it will be ooe of the prettiest and most popular resorts ou tho At? lantic coast. Tho 10 minute trips of tbe new electrio car liuo will afford ample facilities for carrying crowds of any size to the seashore aud there is no doubt, with the reduced rates of faro, the new purchasers will find their iu ?Vestment a most profitable on...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 10 March 1895

WANTRI?. 0')/i|| CASH,rail Hie tcrvlcesofn bright mer V"W ictic Toolig nino Ina brauch house Ol a ?feilestablished Norfolk cash buslucse, $13 per ?eck ?ua trial lerui of Ihrco months. Iiivcstuient io tun,cd if not ntisLutorv. No drouoj ?cid apply. Ai TUE RANGE. li>j Main -licet. uir|i>-li? KUSINESS MANAOttltS for tro hxctini'.ue brauch Office? in be u< eiitd in Caiuden, K. J., Pnlla ?Jclphli, p ?. and Atlaula, (ia. Sioclal Indtifoaientt to ligtu pmtte-. l'arlUulars Norfolk < rliec, too ?lala ?troit. mrlo-lt* XlT AN TED?Tra\cllng Lltpmr Sulcstueu. 510?T and * t per day ex| euios.travellug llioJorySalesuieu, cm nn<l wife to mauste fnmllv bolel m Keuch.ex peiieiicid Ur/ ?oi.?s ( lerks. day and night Hotel vlfik, kteuoerapher and Collee or, Hoiel H?r? tender, Hotel Steward,life Head Waller alnt littocu Ilde Walto? tbroa Holoi Porter?, l'elt and Hall gtoys, ftrty reliable men for Hotel? North. Call at yilK EXCHANGE, lue Mal? tlrott. mrliMl? fJlTI tTIONS WANTED by im oxeol ...

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. — 10 March 1895

established 1S05 TUBLISHBD EYEBY M0BNINO EXCErr MONDAY. MUQTN1AN BUII.D.Nil. MAIN AND COMMERCE STHEET3. _ M. QLESNAN, O.vSKr. tntaroi as sroo:ul-i'la ;s matter. ' The New York Times notes t ho fact that ?vo of every eix railroads have re ported earnings for the fonrth week iu ITabruftry, showing handsome increases over the respective incomes for the Corresponding period of last year. Sir. Oeorge J. Gould, irritated by the reports about his sister's marriage, denies that there was nny niarriago settlement of $2,000,000 or of auy Other sum, and says that tho question of money did not enter into tho mat? ter at all. If the Cuban revolutionists hold out fk little longer, it may bo that they will f.ohievo a fighting chance. It is evi dent that tho reports from Spauish (sources concerning tho uprising aro ' colored in a manner to belittle tho difficulty; else dctaohmcuts from a dozen garrisons in Spain and 2,000,000 Cartridges would not be ordered to Calm by the Madrid government, re gnar...

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. — 10 March 1895

r??IITKlKlt;i ll ABVKItTlltK,1|KNI!l | 1^011riiEST-HOUeK WI TH FIVE ROOMS nut i'itv water, >o. 415 Clifford struct, apply to tli>, Portsmouth, lur 10-31 Special For Monday. Fina I.R'iuUrv Boap, 'o or seven bare for ?So. Hull-id Osis. Ic par pound. Stun.laid ? aune I T m coi i. 8o per can, California Prunes, v por pound. O. W. HUJUU1N9 A CO., 802 Crawford struut. PnRTSItouril, Ya., March 1. 1893, aiHE Filial HERETOKOBE LUSTING . under tbo name ol QUIMBS <fc OVER? MAN as Contractors and Buildere, has been diasulvod by ten withdrawal of Jouua M. (.sriuu >. Tho business will bo continued by EDWARD OVERMAN, who will settle all debts ami collect all bills due tho old Arm. JOSHUA, fit. GRIMES, ntr5-10t EDWARD OVEBMAN. STOVE_COAL I Or.lorn for STOVE CO A L for imniBdiatr; do livery at {."?.50 per ton anywhere in tbu oity. l.eavo ordere with THE E. 0. BBOOKB CO , Mar. hist. U3 High fctroot, _ ~ DWELLING FOR SALE. ?Kice dwelling, corner Holliday and Cho.t luit Ktrccts. Park View; ...

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. — 10 March 1895

The News, Personal, General and! Political, Concisely Recorded. A SPLENDID LUMBER TRADE The Chances Against Fusion Another Year. The Atlantic and North '. Carolina Railway. The Legis? lative Sixty Days Ended. Butler's Position. Pj-eoiat UUpatch to The Virginian. IiAtif uui, N. C, March 9.?It is snid that it II. 3. Grant, of Goldshoro, gels a place ]u the Uu'.tctt States Sonate tbid be will not bo tho president of the At? lantic ami North Carolina railway, hut that Mr. Duucan will get tho latter place. Your correspondent can say, upon best authority, tbnt iuat jnst at present the odds are docidedly against u cou tiuunuco of fusion between Republicans and Populists next year. Tho term of sixty days, inoludiug Sunday.*-, for which u Legislature re? ceives pay ($4 a day), ended with to? day. The lumber trade nt Wilmington is staid to be greater than ever before. Tho great freshets have caused the rafting of enormous quantities of titu? lier; nioro tbau was ever soon there ut one timo. C...

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. — 10 March 1895

8N0W IN SAVANNAH. A Novelty Which Almost Mailo the Tco ple Wild One I>ay Last Month. Whoa the mantle of snow was spread Over too city that Friday morning in February, tho people did not know just bow to tako it at lirst. Thon thoy turned In to havo fun. All day tho city was practically in the hands of merrymak? ers. Tho peoplo wont wild ovor tho enow It was worso than threo years ego. Thou, on the occasion of a very slight fall of snow, somo merchants got outside thoir stores and began snow? balling oach other, and a policeman in? terfered witfi tho sport. Thoy turned on him and made it so hot for him that ho was glad to rotront, at lirst slowly, but af tor ward nt douhlo qniok, and ho finally broko into a run and was chased to tho barracks, a distance of about 1 K?los, by a howling mob of a thousand tuen, women and children. Tho school children wero dismissed for tho day after roll call in tho morn? ing, so thoy joined tho throng on tho streets. Staid and sober business men, ban...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 10 March 1895

nil ?]IM Many Matters of Interest to All Good Citizens. THE TAYLOR CAsF?NSATIONS Three Other Warrants Issued. Sent On to the Grand Jury. Bail Re? fused. Gasoline Stove Explo? sion. Collector Ryan Ques? tioned. A Receiver. Special 1'ispntoh to The Virginian. chmoni>, V at> Maroh 8.?The eon cation to-day in tho case of Burnley 'Tay I Mr, tho CoruinisBiouor of Revouue of King William, who is charged with havim* uttered a forged order on the ?Commonwealth, is the announcement that Ueorgo 13. Terry, who ia charged twitb. a similar oironso, is not to ho Joe; ml, A wnrrant for his arrest was issued and placed iu the hands ot Ser geaut Tomhusou aud Ullioer Gibson,of tho Riohmoud police force. They tveut to King William, but ho wns not there, aud no one could toll where ho wan, Terry is n farmer and lives near King William Courthouse. Ho is mud to bo a warm friend of Burnley Taylor's. "When tho case of Taylor was called iu the Polico Court ho was sent on for in niotuieut. Bail was refu...

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. — 12 March 1895

VOL. XLVIIII^NO. 94. NOKKOLK, VA., TT KS PA V, MARCH 12, L895. Mi ICK 2 CENTS The Situation at the River Front As? suming a Serious Turn. THREE MEN BADLY WOUNDED The War Between tho Whites and Blacks Calls Out Squads of Blue Coats. A Man Wounded by an Unknown Party. Trouble on Josephine Street. By Southern Associate 1 Pros). New Orleans, March 11.?From tho appearance of river fruui this moruiiig It teemed trouble was expected nt any moment between the whites and black?, os a whole regiment of blue coats weru to be teen scattered bore ami there. Is ear the Jackson streot ferry aud 011 tho 6treet coruera wero mauy white men, all discussing the labor situation. About half past nine o'clock a man eame ovar to a crowd sitting near the ferry house, and said: "Couic on boys, v,-o are going up tnwu and clear the levee of every negro to bo fouud. Come on, we menu business." l'orhnpe tweu *y five men followed this mcu up Water i street and us they passed each corner their i.umber was added to...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 12 March 1895

A Mathews County Man Assaulted and Robbed, ? A HIGHWAYMAN_CAPTURED. j ii* C. Thomas, of Mathews, Came to Norfolk to Buy Horses. Ho Was . Entrapped and Harry Lash Got His Money. Lash Sent on to Grand Jury. Mr. J. 0. Thomas, of Mathews ooun ty, arrived bore Thursday last to buy a borse and some materials for bou?c building. Saturday afternoon while Bitting in a stable talking about his in tentione ho was accosted by two yonng men, who said they had a horse to sell cheap, and asked Mr. Thomas to go with them to look at tho animal. He left with them aud when ou Main street, near Newcastle, he says oue of the men grabbed his bauds, while tbo other went through his pockets aud took S2S0. Mr. Thomas says that when they got through robbing him ttiey kuooked bim down. The affair was reported to the police aud Detective Suowden ar? rested Harry Lash, whom Mr. Thomas recognized as tho man who held tils bands. Justice Burroughs sent Lash on the grand jury for highway rob? bery. RESISTING ARREST...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 12 March 1895

"IV'ANIKI1 Two Or three rooms 1 r li^lit bou-i il ketoing for Ihrec :>?iult^. Acidic -L. S., Vlr jiuluti Ottitc, Nonolk, V?. lurlS-tl" AVOI NO MAN ol tin years' expetiance wishes a situation ?? Urug Clark, Address No. 7u'.. Chapel >tr.ci. lio-.d r%f?reace. iniU'-iti' *UTANTi:i>-Tte i?lmer? -.."know i-.n tb? 1 ar? il liUiota Cexeblotd flow, Plantet uiM Uuano J>t?tril.ui'r r;m i c I ought BtSIOes Ii. Ipply to She PLANTER MAN Ur'actu Hl SU COMPANY, ?Murfrf eiboto N. C lurS-St' \\' AN i i:i>? KrKiMvrrd diuegbt; juiinr lumai S\ must be w.dl recoBimendvd, Addrc-a ISov. lOj ?Newport Nr*-, Va. mtv-at? "\IfANTKD?MKN ?Tin \VI I.]. W ?ltU 1 (III ?1 JT",.i(j tni.ulli mlary or lari;o commission, selling good? by ssntpli tu dealers;experience un? necessary, write us; wo will explain; lor seated Bisriltu an aoail stamp. IIOUSEHOJ.I) SPECIAL J V i O., 7.1 1 ouUli nin i,< inciunall, Ohio. ?? :i "it'AN'J ten-Co tu .io i Chat? Ii street, Norfolk. Va., Ii ii yon warn work ol < ivoi...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 12 March 1895

KST ABI-TSn F.D 1866. Published eVe?Y morning evcet-t ?MONDAY. YlEGlNlaN BUILD1NU. MMN AND COMMERCE STREETS. M. QLESNAN. OwNur. 1utcro.l as srcoud-cln. s matter. THE OIHCULATIOS OF THE YIKCUNIAN is LARQEIjY IN EXCESS or any other 1 opor pnblishtditi Eastern Virgiuia. lta oironlatl u in NcrtoU und l'ortiiinautti 1? greater ilian that of any paper published er oivoniate.t tu tlic two cities. It id delivered in the cities ot Norfolk and Portsmouth and suburbi for 1? cent* a week. Xail subn rlptions, postage paid. jP.vo DoU?rs per year; Tbiee Dollars tor ?ix mouths. One Dollar an.I fifty Cents lor threo mouths: aid TTtty 03Uts tor ono ?ont>. . Advertisements insorted nt tlio rato of < > Cr.MS a S vai kKirmt is.'Etvrin.v ou.-h subse? quent insertion 37i Cksts, or flu t'r.xTs \Vui:> INHKhTSlO f.vf.kY OTUEIt wav. t'otlliaO tora aro not eltowe I to oveoe.l tl eirapa o or ndiertise other than tLeir loci ituate bueiucus. except by paying especially lur the same. Toe Wekklv Viboisi...

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