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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 15 March 1895

VOL. XLVIIli?NO. 97. NORFOLK, VA., FR] DAY, BfA BOH 14, 1895. PItICK 2 CENTS The Cuban Insurrectionist Leader Says War Will So Continue, AN UPRISING IN SANTA CLARA A Peace Delegation Fails. Provisional Government Organized, With Gen. Marti as President. The Rev? olutionary Army,With 8,000 Men, Fully Organized. By Soutlitru Assoolatod I'ran. Tampa, Flo., March 11.?When tho Olivette arrived here this evening from Havana a rush was runde for thu pas? sengers in BOareli of Cuban revolution* pry uiws A Cuban stated tbat the l'rovisional Governmont bad been or? ganized and Gen. Marti bad been made provisional President, Gen. Gome/. Vas made general in chief. '1'bo revo? lutionary nrrnv as now organized con? sists ol 5,000 infantry aud 3,000 cavalry. The Cubans are- armed with flachet?? and rillen, while tho Spanish forces are urmed with rilles and tbefold etyle sword, wbiob is very clumsy. This morning Upward Castlcton, tbo man wbo created n seusatiou by shoot? ing into the office of tho ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 15 March 1895

Chief Rebman and Detectives James and Eastwood Asked to Resign. NO REASONS ASSIGNED EOR IT. The Commissioners Believe That the Law is Violated and Think These Men Should Be Able to De tect the Guilty. Will Not Grant the Request. Tbe Police Commissioners' guillotine has been idle for eorue time, but is now beiug put into uerfeet working order, and it is more tbao Iik? ly that several ' beads will roll from tbe block iu the j next few days. There was something of a sensation created at the pohoe station yesterday when Chief Hebinau aud Detec.tivex James aud Eastwood received commu? nications from tbe Commissioners ask? ing their resignation*. No reason was assigned aud when tbo deteotiveB were Been last ntght thay said they kuew of no charges tbat had been preferred, They understood, however, that tbo Commissioners bud leatued that liquor was being sold in Norfolk on Sunday, that there is gambling aud policy play? ing aud hoid tbem responsible. Tbe Comunssiouers aud tbo Mayor, held a ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 15 March 1895

tism, Gout and Pneumonia. How Does It Get Into the Blood ? Because the Kidneys Do Not Throw it orr. Strengthen the Kidneys and You Cure the Disease. The Ouly Known Remedy is Warner's Safe Cure. And If You Arc Suffering You Are Not Wise If You Fail to Take It. REV. Daniel F. Warren. D.D., Rector Holy Trinity Church, Jersey City Heights, says: "Dr. Deane's Dyspepsia Pills err unquestionably eootl. They are. in my c-pinion. all they claim 10 be. I have tried them and found in tin m what I needed. I believe they will cure Dysttepsla, und that is saying much for any medicine. 1 am glad, therefore, to give my testimony." At Sltdfagglttt*, .'? ? mn. Bend \i ai toi i tree '..r. j?lr. DR. J. A. I>1 ftNE CO.. Kingston, New York. wANTKIh 07/I_A respoosihli muni, I man ns ulghl watch? er lo man, ?Ii . undetsta.ds Loiiei.. Apnly at icj.Matu -met, wUli rcloronees. nirl6-lt* "tl/ANTKlt?A Steond-lland t,moral Merchan tl di-o License. Address LICENSE, this office. Wtl3-ti Ol'l A DAY To"~....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 15 March 1895

established isgb. I PUBLISHED EYE by MORNISQ KXCEIT MONDAY. Virginian build-nci. main and commerce streets. m. QLEXNAN. Ownep. Unterau at scooiul-clais matter. THE OlRCfJLATIOS OF TUE VIKQINIAN is LARGELY in EXCESS of unr other .;" paper publish'd in Easi rn Virgiuin. In. circitlaii u 111 Norfolk nnd Portsmouth ii greater than that of auy paper published Sn or ?irouiate 1 in the two cities. It ie delivered in tho cities of Norfolk nnd Portsmouth and snonrb. for 10 cents a week. ?? ail aub<. riptious. postage paid. j? ve Dollnrs per year; i'hreo Dollars for i-ix mouths, Oye Dollar and Fifty Oents for three mouths; and Kitty Oents for one mont.i. ' Advertisements inserted nt tho rate of 7? Osmi AS v? a Fills I insf.btiun; each subse? quent insertiou o7| Cunts, or 5o Cents ?when in??., TM? E\'EnY OTUEIl liAY. t'oiltrac tors are uot allowed to exceed their spa o or nd ertise other tlian thou- legitimate business, except by pa) ia ; especially lor the same. The Weekly VntorsiA...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 15 March 1895

i'ok imkh i n ?DVGRTiNiinr" ra QXroB^nALL.... .'.".7!'.OXK0?!) HAIL. Tuesday Night, march 19th. An Evening of Story and (Jong on "Old Tiroes Down South.' 1'el meant, g :ho Old Plantation Negro. ?W ljr.NKHl' OF GRIME8' HAT 1'Kl.Y .fcKJ mrU-tt Special For To-day. Good Itonsted Coffo*. 20e per pound, l^tno Heat llico, 7cs or 4 pounds for 2"e. Fine Bundried Apples, lue pet pound. Good Tiiblo Putter, 20- per pound. ?. W. HUDGINS & CO., 802 Crawford streot. PORTSMOUTH, Vn., Mnrob 4. 1S93. aTHE FIKM HEItETOFOHE EMSTINO under the name of GBIMES * OVEB 4IAN. as Contractors and Bull -ere, Iii?? boon Cis^olvod by tbe withdrawal of Jo ma M. Grime*. Tho business will bo continued by ISDWARD O VEUM AN, who will sottlr- all deMe nndcolloot all bills due the old tirin. .IO-dll'A II. GRIMES. mr3-10t EDWARD OVKBMAN. STOVE OPAL I Orders for STOVE CO \ I. for Immediate de liTOry at .-i.'j.DO per ton anywhere in the oity. Leave ordors witn THE E. C. BROOKS CO , Mart b 1st. llo High streot. _...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 15 March 1895

fi[ mHjUi!SUI1llt8 Three Essentially Womenly Women in Colorado's Legislature. MARKED'.EFFECT ON AFFAIRS. Mrs. Klock, of Arraphoe, Doubted the Expediency of the Experiment, But Soon Found Women as ' Legislators Can do a Great Deal for Humanity. Mho three women legislator's of Colo? rado nro essentially womanly women nud do not at all correspond totho usuul ' description of women suffragists. The session of flio leglslaturo bad hardly Fettled down into working ordor before it becamo apparent that tho ad? vent of tho women had ? marked effect npon tho conduct of ntfnii-s. 'Cl doubted tho expediency of this de? parture," said Mrs. Klock. member Irom Arapahoe, to Tho Sunday Pest Dispatch correspondent, "partly becauso of our iuuxperiouce ami partly bocauso of lack of ability to justly and properly perform tho duties intrusted to us, hut after two weeks of notnal oxperiuuco 1 am now fully convinced that in legisla? tive assemblies wonion haven position Where they can do n great doal lor h...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 15 March 1895

COMMERCIAL _ REPORT. nioMcv .Mnrlid Bt Southern Associated Prosa, New Yonre. March 14.?Money o.? call ?any ut lla2 tier cent; closing at 1 ' bee ocut. sterling exousuce it Urm, witli ?dual busin s.? ia bankers' bills at ls7ialK8{ tor lixtyjt ays and IV.i'altj'i' for .raun I. lusted rates* -'BUn.t.tk'. Comtntrcial hills, <t o, .i*. (. Government bonds closed steady. TBE STOCK MARK LT?CiljOSlMI III l>-?. American Cotton Oil, 2!f; Araer oiu t ot- i tou Uil. pr? f 89iiti0i; Atuerloan Sugar Itetlii eriee, 99); America i Sugar ltonneriei, pref, t.Tj; American '1 obaeto. Ktf: Amor car. To tiaoor, pre!.. 105; At.'hUoa, To; oka auJ taut i I e. Baltimore and Ohio, ;.3}: Cau ada 1'ac itic. 57j|i t'be.npeuko and Ohio. 16{; Chicago und Alton, 146: Ohio igo. l.uihug ton and Quiney, 7oi; Chicago Gas irus\ Mt; iiilana eaul I.ausanauun. 159$; Distil- ' Inrs and Cuttle t'eedore. 12}. Erie. 7": Erio. lref.. loi: G? ueral Kle in ?. 2'Ji: ilunois C'eu Iral, a:ii; Lake Erie und \NOs...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 15 March 1895

Many Matters of Interest to All Good Citizens. RESIGNATION OF MR. WOOD The Question' of an Exposition Next Fall. The Baseball Prospects. The Case of the Henrico Politi? cians. Troops Asked For. Attempt at Wrecking. Speoial Dispatch to The Virginian. Richmond, Va., .March 14. ?There was n meeting to-day of tho Executive Committee of tliu Virginia Agricultural aud Mechanical Society, aud uiuoli to the surprise of tho public generally Mr. H, W, Woods submitted his rosig nation as president. It was reluctantly accepted. Mr. Woods gave aa his rcn sou for the action taken pressing pri? vate bnsiuefia. The committee will meot next Thursday to choose his suc? cessor. It ia probnhlo that either Col. Julian Murphy or Mr. Everett Waddy will be ahoseu. Tho matter of holding an expositiou will Im settled at the meeting Thursday. The schonte will be undertaken if the guarantee fund reaches $3,000 by that time. Jake "Wells,the manager of tho Rich? mond baseball team, arrived here to <la...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 16 March 1895

VOL. XLVIIII-NO. 98. NORFOLK, VA., sATI UDAY, MARCH 1-1, "mi.\ IM'K.Tl 2 CENTS Evidence Accumulating Against Nortli Carolina's Legislature, TABLED BILLS STAMPED PASSED A Twice Tabled Bill Enrolled for Rati? fication. Strange Provisions Put in the Raleigh Charter. Rail? way Bill Stolen Four Times. Cocking Main Legalized. BpeoinI Dispatch to The Virginian. tlALBlun, N. C, March 1">,?Evi? dence of rascality iu tho mutter of bills treated us passed by tbo lute Leg? islature is piling up. Bills were ?tsuiped oh passed which woro tabled, ?nd out) b:ll was twice tubled und then eurollod for rntitioatiuu. There are open charges of bribery, it was the Worst Legislature siuee lNtJS. The railway bill, which was stolen Jour times, was one to givo ticket scal? pers uutil next July to dispose of wliut tickets thev had on hand, It was never ratified. It is found that souio strange provi eious were put in the llaleigb charter. One of those coufers the right to tax churches and the other ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 16 March 1895

THE PREI1 m HIE : He Tells of His Success as a Duck Hunter. HE MET WITH NO ACCIDENT Declines to Discuss International Affairs Now Exciting the Public Mind, as He Officially Knows Nothing About Them. Many bucks. President Cleveland will probably eat his breakfast in Washington this morning, lie was iu this harbor yes? terday. It was nearly 11 o'clock when the Violet passed through the locks of thoeaunl on her way to Washington, and it was exactly 1:05 o'clock whou her lines were made fast to the buoy wharf iu Portsmouth. President Cleve? land was staudiug ou tho upper deok, near the door of tho pilot house. A light Mackintosh which bo woro pro teoted him from a disagreeable raia which was falling. On ouo side of him Stood Dr. O'Keilly, his puysiciau; on the other, Copt. Wildos, of tho Light house Board. Jn a small row boat on the off shoro sido of tho Violet was a "Virginian reporter?the same who a year ago chased tbo President's boat in the tag David B. ilill. The President was admi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 16 March 1895

Dr. Dearie's^ Dyspepsia^ Pills Cure Sick Headache. At nil drucsists', sec CICK HEAD ? ACI112 is us? ually caused by indigestion. If yon take Dr. Dcanc's Dyspep? sia Pill.s, y ou won't have sick headache. t'cnJ to at loi a ft^c uu.plc. DR. J. A. DEANE CO., Kingston. New York. W A (VS'Silt. TITANTi:i> A vi. o? I...? lo > V- in ti|. aid in k m blinke ( u norali* n.iiui. imisl i?- ncal und tidy Apply tu T>i I.KVY, 17 tiranby at. uirltVUt W'AM U'-A S.o.. id-llaud (iineral UVrehae M dine License. Addrc-a l.lCKNbK, title oWce. inrltt-tl ?12 i>\\ 'iii AUK NTH Ml 1.1 Nil TIIK fill Willie Me al Pia-er i . la'.;io.: ..i-.l?..^ r..r plating, trade leeret?, formulas, receipts, etc., furnished lice) .i good etent can make nr I lire > t eaaand dollars p. r >cu with Ibe KnVal I'lai i >' i' in-, etc., addicts OKAY .V IU.. Plating werk?, folumbu*, Ohio. trAsa il'AM I I'-MI N WIM VVIU. WOltK Iii It ?1 ST.Vou uiontb salary or ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 16 March 1895

established 1855. PUBLISHED KYEBV MOHNISQ EXCEPT MONDAY. YlBOIKlAN BUILDING. MAIN AND COMMENCE STUEET3. M. GI.EXNAN. Owxxr. tntered'aa lec?nd-clai? matter, THE CIRCULATION OF TUE YIItOINIAN Is LAHOKI-iY IN EXCESS of nuy other lapor publish, d in Ens: ru Virginia. Its oirculati u in Norfolk and I'orismoutli is ?reater than that of auy paper pubnsliod or" uoniate I iu the two C it Its. f It is delivered in the cities of Norfolk und Portsmouth nud suburbs for 10 oeuts a week. > nil sub-, riptious, pontnfie paid, j tc Dolhirs per Tear; Three Doliara (or six mouths. One l>olW an.l Fifty Cents for three months; and Vi'ty Oants for ono I XDOnt Advertisement* iuserted at tl e rate of 75. C? is a s t a eKibm iN.-<F.nTiox; each subse? quent insertion 37} Cksts, or 5u i i:nt< tf8t.> lNs> Hto evkhv oTHRB i?av. Contrac? tors ere not allowo 1 to exceed their t>\ a o or nd ertise other than tLair Iori uv.ato businrss, exc...

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

KNOWLEDGE Brintrs comfort und improvement and tends to personal enjoyment when rightly used. The ninny, who live bet? ter than others and enjoy life more, with Jess expenditure, by more promptly adapting the world's best products to the needs of physical being, will attest the value to health of the pure liquid laxative principles embraced in the remedy, Syrup of Figs. Its excellence is due to its presenting Sn the form most acceptable and pleas nnt to the taste, the refreshing and truly beneficial properties of a perfect inx ativc : effectually clcnusing the system, dispel ling colds, headaches and levers find permanently curing constipation. it has pi ven satisfaction to millions und ?not with the approval of the medical profession, because it nets on the Kid? neys. Liver ami Bowels without weak? ening thein and it is perfectly live from every objectionable Bubstance. Syrup of Figs is for sale by all drug* jri-t< in 50c and $1 bottles, but it is man- | ttfacturcd by the...

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

DlSCOUNTENAHGf BAD PLAYS The Censorship of the Theatre by Women In Baltimore. SET ABOUT WORK SENSIBLY. The Club Under the Direction of Mrs. Fabian Franklin. The St. Valen? tine's Issue of the Memphis ' Commercial by Southern Women. The women of Hnltlniovo have pot jibout their work of theater censorship in n sensible way ami one that is likely to nrme most efficient. Thoy-have or ganizod for tho purpose of discounto nanoing play;; of nu immoral tendency, nnd they will net by-staying away when tho performances uro given. Thoro is, howover, to bo no publio or concerted action. "Tho society as a whole," says one of its members, "will not boycott, nny par ?ctflnr pl?y winch may bo considered improper, nor do the members pledge ?themselves to any such unitod action. If they join tho society, thoy will sim? ply promise to weigh carefully in their own minds whether they honestly ought to attend tho performance of nny play Which is gem-rally considered immoral or whether they ought to cn?ou...

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

COMMERCIAL REPORT. niuitcv um in i Bv Southern Associate.I Prof;. New Youk, March 15.?Monpy 0:1 call ???->? at Hal per cent; closiug ut 1| ?jut cent. Sterling exnhange 1? nriu. with actual liUBiu hi iu bunkere' bills at AVi for sixty days Mid 4S!l;ul8lM for deuiun i. losted rates! :8st:iiyo. Commercial bills, 4b??;.!->",(. Goverutuout bond, rib il tir.u. TUB stock xiabkkt? LOS1NU Bins. Auicriiiiu Cutton Oil, 23|: Amerio'.n Cot t"u Dil. im f 08>.a70; American Sugar ttettu tru-B, v8|:America 1 (sugar Kenuerim, pref, 13; American lobieeo. !S); Aiuoricun 1 o paccC| pref.. 10,">; At bison, Tiqoku utlJ eiiuti Fe. 'ij. Unit im ire and Ohio, nut; Can? ada Pacilic, 88; Chesapeake and Ohio. 10J; < liiontto und Alton, ltd: Ohio tgo. Burling ton mid Qtlinoy. 7u,': Chicago Gas Trust, M)i; Delaware aud I.aukitwnntia, 1611; Distil? ler-and Cuttle Peedors, 12. i rio. 8: Erie, ircf., Itif; General Klectri:. 291: ilnuo a t'on Irul, 831; Lake Krie...

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

Bees Store Most Honey in Largo Receptacles, Says an Expert. Charles Dad.int Givos His Experience and Observations in Favor of Lai'pcr Reeeptaclesfor Increase ot Production. One Pound Sections for Market Use. Which colony will store tho moro surplus honey?the ono provided with lone pound eectious, or tho oho having tww pound sections? TIio foregoing quo xy war. propounded in The Amoricnn Bee Journal, and tho answers were al? most unanimously in favor of tho two pound sections, nltbough ovorybody agreed that win:? it canto to selling tho honey, it waa muoh better to have it in ono pound sections. To tho fanner <vho keeps hut a few colonies and who wish Iis to produce honey for his family uso the question of sale is but socoudary, und im desires, abovo all things, tu pot ?s uincli product as possible from tho fow colonies of b< os that ho keeps. It is therefore impi rtnnt for him to know whether thero is really an advantage in tisiug largo honey sections. With a v...

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

VOL. XLVIIII?NO. 99. NORFOLK, VA., SUNDAY, MARCH 17, L895. Hi KT, 2 CENTS SENTENCED TO MW WA Walker G. Hamner Plead Guilty to] the Charge of Embezzlement. WILL BE SENT TO BROOKLYN, The Late Teller of Lynchburg's First National Bank Plead Guilty By Counsel. The Family in Court. Mr. Mason's Plea for Mercy. The Case of R. H. Pannill. By Southern Aasocuto.t i'rtu Lynchnuno, Va., March 1G. ? Walker O. Hamner, lute teller of tho First No I tonal Bank of Lynchburg, who rubbed the bauk of $2?,?0?, was sentenced by Judge Paul thin uiorumg iu the luitoti Rtutes Court to seven years at bard labor. Promptly at 10 o'elook tho jwrisooer was brought luto court, mid lu nj'ite of the secrecy aurronndiug tho {proceedings, the room nun packed, ill i', Hummer was seated just behind Lis counsel, Mr. N. O. Mausou, aud u-tnitn bib wile and daughter. Two of bis sons were seated near buu. Judge l'uul entered lite room uud the crier forthwith auuouuced tho opening of court. Mr. Mnuson, addressing tho Judge, ...

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

What Capt. Roper Has to Say of the College. NO CONFLICT IS POSSIBLE. - Fortunate in Securing Capt. Pefer. Experienced Educator Recom? , mended by Dr. Smith. Reso? lutions of Regret. Mrs. Cassedy's Literary Work. wing to a desire to be near tha large \?l? libraries of the Nu jjvj tioual Capital, so that Mrs. (.'aasedy can pursue hor lit? erary labor to ad? vantage, there will be a change in tho management of Nor? folk College for Young Ladies' next year, and Thurs? day night public announcement of the change wai made. Tbe president of the oolloge believes that the ioititution is particularly for? tunate in securing tho services of Capt. Pefer as principal. Copt. Roper was seen yesterday and 6aid: "He is a na tive of Virginia oud during the war served on Uen. H. E. Lee's staff, and is a very accomplished geutleruau and experienced educator. Capt, Pefer se? lected the law as a profession, but gavo it np to take charge of the high grade woman's college at Newberry, S. ?. Some years ago ...

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

$800 IK GOLD DBOWHS H Ml \ fit thu but nini of * stcatnboa ou the ?Rudion river loriy yean agu, mau? o. iba ?ttSBoi'Ki'i s were drowned. Amon? ti e lioill- ? i ut i p Itoui tue buttoill <>f the r.Vvr b grapp Iuk was that ol u inau known to h u e bi on an ox eltent swimmer. Arouu.i 4.ij waist was n bo t eon alu ug ut arly i:ou ? tu gol i. i iiat to il tile ntor I. *'lu old unil ohroiiie nine- ut indication | (dyspepsia er gasirttB ?it a all tbo same) tho iu lerer e.evrl.ps h (treat variety Ol . evmptoma nini o ten dies?poisoned bv the 1 |irooit t> or Ins own torpid mid mriamed Stomach. Ilia food, imte.it of boiug di go ted. ?uil o furnishing s're'igt i and pUy B'cal Blibstnii e. fer i eula nud putritieH within him. Jl.e chief ptoceasof lilo ib at rested at n vital | oiut. I'be more be cats tiie worse oll' bei?. Anl yet Unless tas < an Ixi red be moat abo pcr.ih. l'eopio ?io ?o die, t'ailv, by thousands, bit wo do tors Sellout nave the moral...

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

( esTARUSHKD 1805. PUBLISHED KYEBV MOBMNG ExCEPT MONDAY. MUGIN1AN BUILD.NCI. MAIN ASD l OMMEUCK SIKEETS. 'M- OLENNAN, OwNi:r. r'ntered as seeoud-class matter. THKCIUCUI.AT1?S01' TUE VIUGINIAN |g LAHOEUY IN EXCESS of any other vaper pub?shid in Bai! ro Virginia. ltd otrculali. u in NorM* and I or union t Ii is creator than that of any paper published or ciiouiste I iu tbe two citii k. It is delivered m the cities of Norf.dk and Portsmouth und subiirti' for 10 cents a weck. > ad iub.?i ripttou?, postags paid. F.v.- Dollars per year; Three Dollars for -ix months. One Dollar and Fifty Cents fur three mouths: and Fifty Cuts for one xuont'. Advertisements inserted nt the rnto of n Ob.nibaS UAiaFiRKi insertion; each ?ul>se uuent insertion B7J Cents, or .Mi Cents when I.n8i.i.tkh r.vKBV oTiiEii iiav. Contrac? tors are not nllonol to exceed their sna o or nd.ertlse other tlisu tLoir leeji iuiato busiui'ss, except by payiug oeuoeislly lor the same. The Weekly Viroinian a...

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