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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 27 March 1895

VOL. XLVIIli-N?. 107. NORFOLK, VA., WEDNESDAY, M ARCH 27, Mk\ IM! hi; 2 CENTS The German Ex-Chancellor Visited by I the Emperor, A SWORD [PRESENTED HIM. t\ Speech of Congratulation by Wil? liam to His Grandfather's Great Premier. The Soldiers Shout? ed. The Prince Much Moved. r!\- Poutlioiu Aasoointo.l Fron. Frirdiuchsiiuhr, March '2(5,?The I suy wuh overcast tLis morning und the temperature asveral degrees lower tlmu yesterday. Hundreds of policemen in j'linu clothes and a'sqnadron of Una cum nerved us Held guud'arrues iu view 4'i the vir.it ot hmporor William. Triumphal arches und featoons of fieg? f.ud bunting literally covered Fried* ticharnke and Amuheli. When the Emperor, at the head of tbo troo|)h, arrived at the caitle the voldicr* formod n half uioou iu the. open ieid. The rnin fell lieuvily, hut the Caiser cut upon bis borne aud t'riuco ?UiHinarek mood by the side of bia onr 3 iiitTu within the curve of tlie military ?resoent.. The Emperor Baluted Prinze ?Bismarck anil add...

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. — 27 March 1895

Meetings Held in Tanner's Creek District. THE CROMWELL FACTION WINS Two Meetings Held at Bethel School house Yesterday Afternoon. The Cromwell Faction Control Eevery Thins and Elected the Delegates. , The Democrats of Tanner's Crcok District of Norfolk county held u masii meetiog at Bethel school house yester? day afternoon aud elected delegates to ? tho couveutiou, to be beld next month to nominate county ollicials. Tho meet? ing was uuuonuoeit for (1:110 o'olook, but two hours before that lituo vehicles of everv description began to gather. Each ol these vehicles wero loaded down with tho residents of tho county, and nearly all of them wore rod rib? bons. Tho red nbbous designated them as the followers of tho Cromwell fsctiou iu tlio local political light boiug waged in the county. By 3 o'clock all tho forces were on the grouud, the Cromwell iuotiou largely predominating. At exactly 3:il0 o'clock the chairman of tho dtstriot, Mr. C. It. Nimmo, called the meeeting to order and Mr ....

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. — 27 March 1895

THE CIGARETTE mm gm ? ? ? MILD AND PURE/ KAVOI 1CTCMD ?V .V ALLEN & (UNTER MEN am? .ur.i.N To mam: ki-. MONKY ?1 with tli. I'raotlcal Plating rijuamo. U tin. jl-tt cul machine used in on- great platlntfiac V\rh v.oo t.. is ..nu a week made easy. Males ffrerrilii??. No experience; nig profits. Address CO., Clerk No. 1? ' ?inm wr.'a V. P IIAKKIS't r-or. t"). COAfl Mm.v g?aranti:ki> maxu rn&VW rneturlitg concrru wauls representative in Kar folk (or 11)15 . ii. 1161 taken). Must have few fenndrul dollars cath to pay for u.Is en delno y cftei o. Ursa .? sei Bred. I . Ii VAIL, Moria ItiillJ IngJ .'.-? York. inh'iMII Adtlre HJNTS IV ANTKJ>, OR SAlVtSM EN I'I SI HIN?; Sid lint lo take order! I.. sani|.l<: staple sei ?JMly oarr od We wt? xpe'ue- ituU -n a r or mission and furnl i. sample t>u application. tj. ek Hoi, 12a, Xew v.rk I . v. ftlNBKI ) W'AMi H -liRXTLKMAN AXII Wil l: Id - J> s|re two or three room with l.oa'.d, heattd, witbiin'oi liatb, References, Addicts T...

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. — 27 March 1895

ESTABLISHED 18;"5. fUBUSHED EVERY MOKNING EKCEPT i MONDAY. VIRGINIAN BUILDING. HAIN AND COM SI BUCK ST HEISTS. M. GLENN A.N. Owxr.n. lateral bs seooud-cla s imittor. ? Till' OlltOCtiATIO N OV TUE V1KOINIA.N is iJLKtlEl.Y IN EXCESS of nny otbn vatjcr uubiunrd iu Easl ru Virginia. lt?circu!??i u 11? N?rfols und t'orisiuouth Jaoreator limn ?hat of nny paper published er .neu ??? i i" tut> t,v0 <" iii?. it is delivered in the cities of Norfolk und Bormuonih auJ nub .r\>. for 10 cents u \re?k- n ! " ll r'l,tions' postage paid. J? v.* Dollnrs per ye:ir; l'hreo Dollar? for months. One Dolisr and Fifty Cents for thro? months: an 1 li.ty C.-nts lor ono B1Ad' erii-enitnte inserted ;it tho rate of 73 Ck isaS?ca rfiu- ? i> i'.tio.n: each aubao uuoiit insertion 371 Cunts, or ."> I unt< ?win > ism rr.n r.M'.a> othuk i>av. Contrac? tors sre not cloive i to excoed t'oirspa o ?r cd ertise other than their io.;i huato business, oietpt t>y paying especially lur the Sinne....

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. — 27 March 1895

All the Chaff of Hearsay Blown From Newsy Facts. MR.SHACKLEFORD WITHDRAWS ?kn Old Workman Discharged. A Can? didate Anticipating Success. Wild Horse Held Down. Meeting of Knights of Pythias to Honor Mr. Cablcr, Deceased. The Fern went into tho drydock yesterday morning. Throe drunks wore lined yesterday }u the Mayor's Court. fciA white tramp was forwarded to Itiohmond yesterday by order of Jus? tice) Kutter. Mr. Charles V. Owens,of SonUsville, who has beeu critically ill for a week, fs slightly butter. Messrs. John L Pugh aud Win. T, Jlrady have been selected as gatekeep? ers at the baseball park. Wilson Winu was sent to jail yester? day by jtistico Kolter for creating a disturbance iu the county. Mrs. E. D. Scull, of HarrellRville. N. O., is visiting her daughter, Mrs. J.H. $lythe, on Ulasgow stroet. IgtMrs. Sarah J, (leorgo has returned to Portsmouth from Philadelphia to livo with her sou, Capt. Cioorge W. K. JdcDonucll. Mr. Reed, superintendent of motivo powor of tho Seaboard Air...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 27 March 1895

I WORLD OF W Kl' New President of the National . Council of Women. CENTRAL OFFICE IN NEW YORK is Woman a Citizen? Sorosis' Birth- ! day Party. The Big Ball Room Bright With Daffodils and Forns. Mrs. Hilmuth In > stals Hurself. The election of Mrs. Mary Lowo ? Dickinson as president of tho National Council of Womon remove.; tho central ! office of that body to Now York city, j This, it in conceded by n majority of j tho members, will bo n decided advau- . tage in many material respects. Mrs. Dickinson is in ovary way ad- : tsirably suited to tho now honor thus ; m.vkv town mckiksok. thrust nppn her. She bus long been ifjantifieu with the must representative educational and philantbropio interests of tho country. Sim is best known as the general scn tetary of the organization of tho King's Daughters, which offloo she has bold since tho foundation of that order. Not long sineo sho was inado dean of tho University of Denver. Sho in a skilled parliamentarian, n fine speaker and a cult...

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. — 27 March 1895

money ^Inrkrt Itv Southern Associated l'rosi. ^f.w Yoiik, March 38.?Money on cull easy at 2a 2 k per cent: closing at -) pur cent. (Sterling exohange is tirm. with actual inisiu .b-i in bankers' lulls at 488atS3| for ai\tv Java and I8i?}al891 for deiuau I. t'osta i ratea. 489a490?. Commercial billa, 4S7al"*7J Uorerumaut bonds closed lirin. HIB KTOOK m.miki T?.'LOSING Ullis. American Cotton Oil, 21; Ainerie.in Cot? ton Oil. pref,72111131; liuerieiu Sugar lieftu eries, 1001; American Sugar lieQneriix, pr?f. Vi; American Tobacco. '.':([. Americau To? bacco, pro:.. lOi; AtohUon, Topokn auJ t-anti Fo, .').. Baltim ire aud Ohio, ">.*>;: Cau tula Pacific, 88t; Chesapeake au I Obio. 18}; ChiOltgO and Alton, 1 to: ?blei/o. Ilurliu? ton an t Quincy, 7.1{; Chicago Gas Tins. ? I;; Delaware and Laokuwanua. 1611;'Distil let s aud Cuttle feeders. 13*; Krie. 81; Erie, rref., : U' uaral Electric. 3>j Itlmoia Con tral, 87; |Lako Erie and Woltern, 17; I.aUa Erie and Western, praf., 73; l>a...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 27 March 1895

The Old and New Ways of Makiny; the Trip. A GREAT CONTRAST NOTED The Cape Voyage, Which Thackeray Took, and the So-called Overland Route and the Suez Canal Way. Interesting Features of the Latter. "Yon recall perhaps," said tho rc ESrned Ea.st indiau, "that Colonel New come in latticing Hiss liual visit homo from India came, tiy tho to calledvovor land route, across tho desert, from tho head of tho U??l ?-??>?? to Cairo? Thacke? ray, himself nu East, Indian by birth, was sent to England' as n child, hut !i I came byway of tho cape of Good Hope aud St Helena and caught n glimpse ef'thu exiled Napplebu.' Thoro must be yetia fow'poreons liviv.;; who recall tin time -when Thackeray Fswoyago was tho one everybody niado in going fron?, I;. uia to England, and there are, of course, thousands that buvo*m'ado tho caravan journey, as it is only a quarter of a con !jtaTyrsinco<4ho'oponiug ol tho iSue*/, ca? nal. That ia^t oven ha- douo moro than ,euy other one thing to make life in Briti...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 28 March 1895

1? MIGHTY FIRE A Million Dollars Worth of Prop? erly Reduced to Ashes. TWO WOMEN BADLY INJURED. A List of Those Losing Heavily. Only Checked After Raging Furiously Many Hours. Tlic Great Milwaukee Library Saved Aflcr a Hard Fight. By Souiliaru AMouiated Pro**. MtiWAUKKE, Win., March '27. ? At ?:'l"> o'olook this uioroiug uiio of tho wurst of the many ilestruuiiva Ores in tin' history ol this city was finally got under control. At that time ovur$l, 000,000 wottb ol property bad been destroyed aud twenty business liruiu tiad lost their stuck und buildings. Tho lire originated a low minutes after iniduight in tlio wholesale oluth ihk house of Lard user \ Co., on tho corner ol fourth street und Grand avo uuo. Ou the Grand iivenuo shlo (he ilatucs Bwepl through the building oo copied by the Tauuer Company with ibougefuruisbtng?goods. aud ate this up til in on I us ijui?kly an the Urst building, und then passed over lu the two story litiildiug oeeupird by Barliug A Witiu 'hold,retail c...

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. — 28 March 1895

Here a Little and There a Little of Doings to Interest, THE STEAMER M'CALL SOLD. The Vellines Case Again Postponed. Maj. Irvine Congratulated. Dam ago Case Postponed. The Wife Struck With a Bayo? net. Battalion Drill. Mr. Claud L. .lames is ill at his homo on Bute street. Mr. J. W. Kates, of Richmond, was here yesterday. Fair weather, followed by increasing cloudiness to duy. Judge Hauckel presided iu tue Court of Law and Chancery yesterday an the absenco of Judge Martin. Justice Burroughs yssterday investi? gated a tight between two tugboat cap? tains ana reserved bis decision. 'lhere will bo a 1'iuaforo rehearsal nt Montitiore Hall to-night nt ? o'clock. A full attendance is requested. Miss Crocker's clues iu elocution will give a reoitsl at Norfolk College on Jb'riday uigt.t, to which the pulmo is invited. The many friends of Mr. T, U. Ilnre will be pleaded to learn that he is very much improved in health and expects to be boiue soon. The Polico Commissioners will hold O meetiug ...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 28 March 1895

THE POPULAR S.G?REtTE jS< fflI? ?ff*? JVULD AND PURE/ vta rvrtco. Ell? Laily Stcmigrnpl or n: ..???.- f..r Itcal <-il e ? :?'?.: aily nUlo Asylant. Not mill not o?ci >.'. ' II 100 Main -tied. %VANTEIi Managing Hut el Mousekesper, (out ?t ..f city) Linen l!.?>:n Keepefj, ami head CtiUinlH-|- .Maiil?, at 100 Main street. ni.-2.s-lt "tj (I1 ootl isltla for summer resorts and Chamber 4"" m i l-. Waiuev-cs, Laundresses and CoiiLs, ai n o Main Mrc -. nir27-tt< SfltVAT.. N* WANTED Tor two - .11 leeon in.-ml..i house inslds twjitto), call lull Main ?tr . luh2S-ll' SI I t. .\ Wl I.I. LSTAltl.lSIII li ? consisting of <>ii? Inns. an.I .in an I (Ix'tirc*, with iliicxpircd i .-. see II. c. iuh2s^iw \y Anted.?oentlkmen io assume cox *? ir-.laii.l management of our go d? in Hit* ?'c In ?. 'Chine i on is Lrc rontio oil cut rely by I", ii |??I>. s> In ..??! ..ill lilirhly resoceta'dc. Ifn'i on atuii s for ihc li.lit man In the right Marc mid only cothcs to a trail once In ...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 28 March 1895

ESTAMIsbcd 18.*5. ' rUBIilSnED EVEBY. MOUSING EXCEPT MONDAY. VIRGINIAN B?ii.DlNO. M MAIN ANO COMMEUJB STUBET3. 51. GLENN AN, O w n i n. { tntereii in second-elats matter. ; ^yTk ci kc? i. a no n ot- riiti vikuinun ?i L) J.AKUHIA IN EXCESS ot uuy other I Taper publish, d in Eas ru \ ircliua. Ife* lin cireuUli n in NorTolK und Portsmouth i> creator tlmu th.it ot any paper puhliahe I orlateuiata I in the two cities. , It la delivered iu the ctttCB ot Norfolk und I nortsmouth and suburb, tor 10 cents a ? week. > ail riptious, postage paid. ' P.v. DollnrK per ye n ; Three Oollaru tor -ii I months. One Hollar and Fifty Cents for ) three months: and Fifty Oeuts lor ono , '"^'vevtiieiui nts inserted at the rate of 7"i ? CkmsaS ii a Kia?T is.-r.iiTiox; auch attbSo uiiont ineortion Cksts, or ?> Cesth WHIN '>:' ever! olll! Ii KAY. Cotltrac ! tors are not alloue 1 to ovee.d their spa e I or aiiortise other than tlieir loci iinatu I business, except by paying especially lor the same....

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. — 28 March 1895

All the Chaff of Hearsay Blown From Newsy Facis. A GREAT GAME WITH NEW YORK The Giants Expected To-Morrow and Philadelphias Monday. Turned Over to the County. Hustings Court Adjourned. Six Con? versions. Row Adjusted. Dr. J. W. Baird mid hia wife are iu this eitv visiting. Tho "Hustings Court adjourned for ?bo term yesterday. There were six conversions at the Bonth JStroot Baptist Church Tuesday bight. Two negro women wero sont to tho County jail yesterday for disorderly Conduct. 1 i\lr. Benjamin Oooke had a sovcro at lack yesterday but was much better last night. Seven elect ricinus wero discharged Irom the Equipment Department Tuea day night. Messrs. Whitehurst & Riley havo re? lumed work on the market-house awn lug auil will push it ahead as rapidly as possible. Passed Assistant Surgeon J. Shirley Jlope has received preparatory orders \o report at Peusooofa Florida for duty. 'the attendance at Mouutuentnl M. S3, Church last uight was very large. }!ev. Mr. l,oo was assisted by...

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. — 28 March 1895

Especial Study in Drain Pipe and Tomato Can Chimneys. WORDS FROM AN OLD SOLDIER. Quaint Descriptions of Chimneys Im? provised by Army Merf and Hunt? er?. Always Has the Savor ot the Hearthstone. The To? mato Can in the Army. "Sptaking of chimneys, " saiifhn old ?oidior, "the chimney snoh us one not Infrequently s>-cs made, of glazed drain pipe always interests mo groatly. Wo'to seen Ftich chimneys run up outside of fhantie-, and we've Been thorn carried from the tops of chimneys over to the side wall of some mvtoh higher building erected next door nml theuoe on upward ?hove the top of it. There is o:ia thing about those drain pipe chimneys that al? ways surprises mo very much, and that is that they stack 'em up with the flange end of the sections up. I never paw ono built the other war. I m , r could tuiderstahd this. I snpposo the pipe is usually set, up with cemont or mortar in ihn joints, but 1 should think those upturned Hnllges would ontch all the rain, and that it would wor...

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. — 28 March 1895

mm report. ">iom-i >l|nrknt liv Southern Associated l'res?, Vcw Yuuk, March '27.?Money 01 call easy ft 2a2i per conti closing at 2 per oont. iterliug exohnugo in Ilrm, with actual tannins- in bankers' lulls at ISS; fur ?ixtv ilnys ui l 4s'.i;uis;r, for oemauil. l'oateil Ckte'e. 489nl9i)l. Commercial bilU, 43.J. Government boinls closed tlrm. THat stock vur.wrr?u/jsino Bins. American Cotton Oil, 25 : American Cot? ton Oil. prcf.7l]u>731; Vuicrienu Sugar lloflu cries, lOOj: American Sugar Itenuerioi, pref, ti. American lobacco. 93: American To liacce, pin:., l?i; Alchison, Topoka auJ *iiiit.i I c. Balliinori und Ohio, 501,: Can? ada Pacific. 37*; Chesapeake mil Ohio, 17.; ? hiongo and Alton, l Hi: Ohio ixo. Burling Sun and ynincy. 7.11; Chicago Oas Trust, Si.; I lawnre nu.i Laokuwnuua. IUI: Distil? lers and i little Fee i> rs. 141 i rie. U Brie, i r. f.. l?J; Ueueral hlecirio, :; ?: ill urns < on Sr..I, s: ; Lake Uric an I Western, Wi; Laxe 3.ri ? fiini Western, pref., ...

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. — 28 March 1895

ll/fl BT fl MiSs Elizabeth A. S. Dawes Has Won Academic Honors. TAUGHT BY HER FATHER This Young Lady is the First to Re? ceive the Tille ot Doctor ot Litera* ture From the London Univer si'";.-s. Unusual Capacity. Her Early Scholarship. .The champion* of academic ohivalry rtrho, after r!io long-and weary struggle, flnccee<k>..l in winning for tho ladies tho T?f;l?t of equality in tho examinations: ;for tho London university decrees havo had their oontontioua more than justi? fied by the result. Up to tho present .there Lias been* uo'femalo doctor of liter? ature, hut that, is rjn great wonder, for /witliiu a veryfow years only two of tho other sflx?Dr. Weynionttb, forrr. irly f.f Mill HUI BohooT; andDr. F. Stoc*?bad achieved tbo distinction. This year, however, for tho first time, a lady's name in added to tho scanty roll. Miss {Elizabeth A. S. Dawes having just been passed for tbo degree by the examiners. Hue had been obiofly taught by bt r father, the Kiev. .1. S. Dawes, D. ...

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. — 29 March 1895

Hl ICK 2 CENTS The Councils Act in Committee of Whole. CLOSE VOTE SELECT COUNCIL The Councils Last Night Adopt Re? port of Committee Raising tho Price of Licenses tor the Sale of Liquors. _ Barkeepers Will Pay 81,000. Special meetings ot Hie Councils Vroro hold In-; uight to oouaitlor tho ordiouuce fixing tho license tax ou the sale of liquors. Tho Councils met in ecparnte BOSaioDfl and transacted busi? ness of iniuor itnportaueo. Mr. M. ironmonger was eloetod a (member of the Couuuou Couucil from tbo bixtU Ward to till vacancy caused by the resignation of Mr. Wright. Mr. U. Ii. Webb was elected a mem? ber of tho Hoard of Heullh to till the vuoauov caused by the resignation of Mr. ii.'cloy liilby. Mr. Johu L. Alol'roekcu was eluded ? Justice of tho Peace for the Second "SVurd. A resolution wns ndoptod that tho Connoil Committee on "Tho ttrooter Norfolk" address a letter to tho Coun cil of Herkley expressing a desire to cuter iuto negotiations looking to the ouuexstiou of that town. ...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 29 March 1895

They Were Trounced to the Tune of 19 to 3. NORFOLK'S GOOD TEAM WORK, Five Hundred Ball Cranks Saw Our Boys Win Their First Game. A Lively Lot of Youngsters. The New York "Giants" Will Play Here on Saturday. The preliminary banoball Reason opened iu Norfolk yesterday aud 1,01)0 crunks eat and t-lmered at League Park, when Norfolk trouueed the Texas ateers to the tune of 1'.) to 3. No iulerest has boon lost in tho na? tional game, judging from the upplaiibe giveu tbe boys, aud the fair seX who were preaeut joined iu with tho mule fans. The season opened auspiciously for the proprietor of the 5 cent ahead quarters, opposite the grounds, uud the houses resembled a piece of lly paper iu summer. As to the game. The tlrst three in? nings were hotly contested, 1 ?alias uevirbemgiu the lead however, but after that tuey eeomed to go to pieces and the Norfolk boys pluyctl havoc with Pitcher t lark. Iu tbe ninth inning Nortolk jumped ou to Clurit uud Ted Sulltvau saw his pets chasing th.j leath...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 29 March 1895

WANTE1S? \y?NTI l>- in ?iili liojid :or two joung W men in 11 desirable location. Mr sburi Ilm? ?inly. sj ! stating terms, BOARD. II i -.1 31 Iii litnond, Va. mr2J-ll* ?l \N n:i). UKNTi.KMKN TU ASSUME COX 'i t ml and management of om go ds in iMs Sie Ion. Theas ?onti? m rnntrouil ent'rely by ? ii ii poly, '?y to -ril und highly lesnccia' e Vn s op'nlns Is for tItv ri;hl man In ihr i ?Li i'iaie and only conies to a man once In ? lifetime. Vor mil particulars and examination of tlio g.?*.d.. c.i il nn i lie ii ii dri signed ai lhe Purcell liou?e, room S. II. I Ill-die".'*. nihSS-at* lUANTKH TO Si.1.1. A \\ ! 1.1. ICSl'ABI.ISllEtl ii wood biiiiness, consisting nl one liois^ and fw>> carts, onei ugIns and natures, with uuexpl red lease of lot. Kur luithir paitlculais, tea Ii. C IlUUtiAHD A Co. 'Phone mkis-lw GUARAN'TKKD MANU C'biii Mi IN TIM Y OJMI facturing coi ants rcarcsenia'ii uoi laki ni. Mu-t hj foil, (or ai . hundred dollars cash to par ior goods on dcli?c v aftci di Itr...

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. — 29 March 1895

T>VA.mrsTiKi> 18,"5. JprjIvLISllED KVEBV MORNING BXCBPT MONDAY. VIRGIN tAN BUILDING. I MAIN AND COMMERCB STRBBT3. Hi UI.EXNAN. Ownkr. Untere I as scooud-o!a ;s mutter. ""?rTlK CUiCt i.a l'IOSiU- fUB VIRGINIAN fa IjAKUEIiY in EXCESS ol any otu-.i taper published iu E?s: rn Virginia. li^oircuiHit u in Sorfolls and Portsmouth is creator Uian that 61 any paper publlatied or ? itoaiato i iu tb i two c ties. it is dcliver< il in the cities of Norfolk and Portsmouth uu.l suburb! tor 10 couts a week. ail aub ?? riptioua. postage paid. J? ve Dollar? pet yoar; l'bree Dollars for ^it months. One l?otI?r auit Fifty Cellta for thro.' mouths; aal Fifty Owl- lor ouo xuont .1. Advertisement* inserted :it the rate of 7"i ! Ck is a S t * eEibm insmrtiom; each suiise- j queut insartion a7J Cents, or fti Cknts vm* isai tki) evekv oTiiKit t?ay. t'oiltine tors are not allowed to exconi tVoir spa e or od.erti-se other than tbeir legi iiuau? business, cxoept by pay lug especially lor the same. The...

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