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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 2 April 1895

VMHK 2 CENTS Goes Down Before the Heavy Hit? ters of Pennsylvania, THE HOME TEAM WANT SNAP. The Game was Witnessed by About 300 Persons. The Management Shifted the Positions of tho Home Team. Very Good Practice Game. The baseball enthusiasts, tho fellows vrbo voll for Norfolk, were not pleased vith the gatuo ot tho park yesterday afternoon, nud boliovo that waut of ?nap nud inferior work lost tho game to Lancaster by 8 lo 7, rather thuu tho Lrilliuut playing of tho visitors. The aitiliouee was not so large us tteuul, winch doubtless bud something to do with tun isliiKijishueHR. Those who kick for Norfolk at all times and rjDdor all circumstances say thut the umpire was oil' in his decisions, ami that the big, shaggy dog that aliased the leather as well as tho players was a "Jonah," and think that the canine chould be kept out of the game. Some of tho Norfolk team were chauged Irom their regular positions, )luu|itmati aud tieier at sccoud nud two uew pitchers occupied the box, JJcrua...

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. — 2 April 1895

The Local Lore of Norfolk Put Down Without Prolixity, JUMPED FROM THIRD STORY Given Two and a Halt Years in the Penitentiary. Capt. Galloway May " Recover. Beautiful Penman? ship. Tagged for Texas. Schooner Stranded. The Rebmsn investigation will lie held in the 1'ohce Court room at 1:30 p, as. to day. The Frances Barnes Y'a will give a social at tho residence of Mrs. Mtley, No. 120 Bank street, to night. K. It. Morris will sell at 10 o'clock to-dsy at his auction house, on Bank Btreet, furniture, carpets, etc. There was a Pinafore rebearsol for cast and chorus in the Moutefiore par? lors yeBterday evening at 8 o'olee.1;. It "is reported that Capt. Galloway's back is uot broken, but that a bone is dislocateu and that he may recover, Mr. J. O. Womblo has beeu elected prcsideut of the Norfolk National Bank and entered upon the discburge of his duties. The tishiug schooner l.nura Nelson, ot Norfolk, was stranded Saturday afternoon three miles north of Bodiu'ti Island light. Crew saved....

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. — 2 April 1895

I IQUIDS can't cure Dyspepsia, neither will drastic griping Dills of mercury. , Dr. Dcane's Dyspepsia Pills will and do. Yon can get a sam? ple sent you, free for the asking, to prove it. They contain no mercury jior opium. If you have dyspepsia, tctta" send for them. .DR. J. A. DRAKH co.. v. l-' v,, New Yorfci WaNTKlM VXTARNIHO.?The inlilic Is cautionod ---t *Y cashing an r draft or chtok nurnorlli I ? tg'-cd Ii? ot ill n lu.- hi f.?... of.lt. L. Muu (ori, Q. T. MUNFOHD, ?racnvllle, N. C. ?p2-:il Sir an-! t i>.-I a.It I'ariner. with mail capital, "1 lor fir (matic Company, In net ;.- Treasurer good oampaitY, Apply to i'rof. j. 1'. I S, I'ji i-i.v Matu stritt. ' aj? if \\\\NTI!> To Si LT a ? ii'. I STA i LiSHRD * i wood Uttinr... constating of one. hotae an.I ??v < :nu. ana ^u^ii>>- ;.n>i llxturet, with iineij In 1 ol lot, For lurthri Maitlculaia, -???? II. C ItOUUAKD A Co. 'Phone 74H. uih'.'S-lw rvyi tlONTUlY GUA11ANTKKP MANU ") factnrtng cooctru wants represent a...

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. — 2 April 1895

r.'TAiii.l<nr.i? 18-6. PUBLISHED evehy mousing EXCEPT monday. virginian building. MAIS and commkr' E STREETS. 11. qlennan, OwNP.it. Enteret! M ?eeonil-claM imitier. ^t5eOIR0ULATIO.SOE LUE VIRGINIAN 1? LARGELY IS EXCESS ?f any oth.-r i aeor uublmln d '? Bast i u \ irgiuin. * Aeeirculaii u ? Sorr.dk nml I'ortatnotith Jb ^renter thau that ? any paper pilblishe I or . neu ate i iu the two ciiii t it ,g jeiiveri'il in tili' citios of Norfolk unil poriamoiuh and a::l?ur!i i for 1U cents * week Vail - r.pt. ns, postage paid. F.v. Dollar* per year; I'Uree Dollari foi n months. One PolUr ?n ! fifty Centn for three m n ths; mi 1 1 i ty 0 uti ror one ^Advertisements inserted nt tlio rato of 7r> Cavis a Svt Aixfiasi is.?kiituin: en Ii subse? quent insertion Cents, or 5) Cents WHTS IXSl.lTtn KVEIlt i'lHlT. t>AV. OOlltraC tors are not ?Howe 1 to e\co .1 tboir spa e or adtertiae other tl.an ttieir logimuato business, except by paying especially for the same. THK Wl'.l KI V YllUllNlAN tSII...

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. — 2 April 1895

PORTSMOUTH NEWS Shown Around by the Business Men of the City, $4,000,000 ARE REPRESENTED. They Are a Fine Cody of Men. Mean Business ami Will Spend Money in the South. Uiu'or Hie Guidance of the Seaboard Air Line. Tu accordance with the provious an nouuccuiuut a party of Now Eugluud capitalists, representing about $1,000, 000, arrived uero yusterduy u little bo Juro nuou, and wore luol by n cnmniit teo from t?o Hoard of Trade, consist? ing of Mr. Oburlos P., Nash, president; H. C, Niemoyer, secretaiy: l'util C. Trugien, .lohu L. Watson, Mr. L. 1'. Muter, prosidont of tliu City Council; W. S'. H. WilHuniH, Johu ?. Nteuieyor, of tho Public Ledger,aod W.J. Hogers, ? ?t 'I'm: VlltoixiAX, with a uuiutior of jirouniieut citizens and oOloers of tiio road, inoluding Vice-President St. dohu, Judge L. R, Wutta, T. W.Wbito Iitirbt uud others. After tho usual coreuionies wore gouo through the eutire party were invited to tents tu carriages and were showu tho principal points tuouud tho city, in...

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. — 2 April 1895

Beauty of the Protectionist Theory Portrayed. SOME OFFICIAL FIGURES GIVEN Fallacy of Attempting to Soil More to Foreigners and Buying Less. Trade Seeks tlic Lines of Least Resistance. The Rivals of American Wheat. An official report concerning Gor BMury's imports of wheat in recent yours utlords one among many examples of tho effect of attempts to regulato foreign trado by statute. The statistics of this trado sewo to illustrate tho beauty of tho protectionist thoory of selling more to foreigners and buying less from tl|om. In 1899, lS.lil and 1894 Germany tin ported the following quantities of wheat in tons: 1S!>2. 1R03. ISM. t'niti-d States.4802,180 B.449.8SS 3,05-1,60) Argentina. 001,?n 1,613,901 8,180,103 Russia. 2,572,001 210,803 2,85-l,-l50 India. 600,031 28,081 87.783 Tho tablo shows a decline of Amer? ican exports of wheat to Germany of luoro than 50 per cent and an iucronso of nbout 50U per cent in the oxports of ?wheat from tho Argentino Republic to that country. A roma...

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. — 2 April 1895

RIOMoy Blarltel Bt Southeru Associated Pross, Hew Voek, April l.?Money on cell easy and Brut at Iu2 per cent; .losing at :'. pec oeut. Sterling exchange in Unit, with actual s.usiuess in bunkers' bills at 13tl|a438S for sixtv <lavs en I 189a IM), for <iom ni I. route 1 aates, 48tfrt4SX)l. Commereinl bills, 4S74ai-,.i. Government bonds closed ttrm. TnnarecK msuket?. losino uiD3. American Cotton Oil, 2'U: American t'ot ton Oil. pref, 72it73; Kuiericuu Sugar llonu pries, 103i;American Sugar KeQneries, pref, v*1,: American tobacco. KIJ: American To bucco, prof., 103; Atchison, I'opoka, and sauta fe, 0|: Baltimore and Ohio, 68; Cau aida l'acitic.'.401; Chesapeake und uhio. 17J; Chicago anil Alton, 140: Chicago. Burling ton mill ijnincy. 78|; Chicago <> ta Trust, Mls^Delaware and Laukawunua. 1881; l'istil tefs und < nttle Feeders, U,. l-;rio. 91: Krio. |irof., 20; General Eleetrie.3>l: llliuoia Cen? tral, 87|; Lake Erie mi l Western, 17;; Lako Krtu an.i Western, prof., 7...

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. — 2 April 1895

The News, Personal, General and Political, Concisely Recorded. THE NEW ASSIGNMENT LAW. Great Falling Off in the Number ol Farm Mortgages. Railroad Com? missioner Sworn In. Town of Marion Rebuilding. Wilmington's Police. Bpeoial Dispatch to The Virginian. Raukioh, N. O.. April 1. -Last night Mr. Moot ford MoGohee died at Ins home here, ut the ago ol "?!. llo Berved several terms in the Legislature, and was for some years State Commissioner of Agriculture. There is it prent fulling oil' in the number of mortgages Btooe the dis? covery of tho new law of the Legisla? ture. Iu farm mortgages nothing at all is heiug done. The merchants will not furnish supplies and tho farmers wbo ore dependent upon the merchants are greutly worked up. S. Otho Wilson wus Huh morning sworn iu nf Railroad Commissioner for six years by Assoeiuto ,\i u.^tioo Wnltor Clark. Tho town of Marion, which whh par tioally wiped out by lire lust winter, is rising from its ashes. The people are rapidly rebuilding und ar...

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. — 3 April 1895

PRICE 2 CENTS Liquor Ordinance Adopted as Re ceived From Committee, WILL GRANT EXCLUSIVE RIGHT The Virginia Telephone Company Asks Tor Exclusive Right to Streets and Committee Approve. New Cemetery. Another Office Created. -The regnlnr April meeting of the Common Council wuh held lust night .??with Mr. John L. Boper presiding, ?od Messrs. Sheldon, Moore, I'hilpots, "SVulker, Collins, Arps, Small, Lewie, Jifigh, Peelle, Herman, Hanuau, 3$orum, Hyslop, Camp, lleatu, Briak . Louse, While, Ironmonger, present. Miuutes of lust meeting reud uud .approved. Minutes of Select Council wore read . mid concurred in except us follows: This brauch disapproved the report ! rf the Cetnetory Committee, disup ftiroviug the resolution restraiuiug the ' x emetery Coniuiitteu lrom Converting ! the Altnuouse grounds into ti cemetery, f'U'bis brunoh hud adopted the restraiu !liig resolution but the Select Council :*eferred it to the Cemetery Committee. ' stud wheu it en me hack, this brauch i'ttuhered to ...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 3 April 1895

CHIEF REBMAN PUT ONTRIAL! A Five Hours' Session of the Police Board. SEVERAL OFFICERS TESTIFY. Some Lively Discussion Between Counsel and Commissioners. The Chief Becomes Excited at the Testimony of Officer Til mos. After remaining in session exactly ] five hours the Police Board yesterday oulv succeeded iu hearing a part of tho ?witnesses iu the case acainst Chief Kebniau, who was charged by the board with saveral serious offenses, ?which charges i avo previously been published iu full iu fiiE Vihoiniax. The full board was present, Mayor Bettit presiding. Chief Kebiuuu was represented bv Judge Thomas U. Wit cox, Mr. Sam" \V. t'susttll beiug preseut bs the legal advisor of the board. After the clerk had read the charges Judge Willcox made nuswer, dcuyiug the oliarges specifically. The names of the witnesses for tho prosecution were called uud Judge Willcox objected to Sernesuts Kirch mier and Kobinson and Officers Wade and Wyuu beiug heard, tuujrnuob us their names had not bceu furn...

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 April 1895

I IQUIDS can t cure Dyspepsia, neither will drastic griping pills uf mercury. Dr. Deane's Dyspepsia Pills will and do. You can get a sam? ple sent you, free for the asking, to prove it. They contain no mercury nor opium. If you have dyspepsia, better send for them. UK. J. a. deanb CO.. Kingston, New York. WJINTKU. MrANTBO, IMMEIMATKLY?A ls.iy rteuo graphcr, (40 to S'.i pei month! i right parly; ?t*o mauasiiig I.iekec|Kjr; uue to: | r.?.u-- family, ?nnfor botol. IUQ Main street. :i|. .-lt* \\. ?STBD-Tia?.i t.g pact .1 oil talesmen M grocery clerk; man tu drive uillk waguu 100 Main meat. I i-lt< ?Tu make iiiil mom i Vi \ lino ?l ft i lec i in. Telephone. Itcsi seller nil Eartb. Soul all ?. in .lets r>a y to sei up; lilies of any distant 0 A |> ao< leal Elect rle Telephone. Our agents milking IS to $10 a day *a?y, Kvcrylaaly.buy*; big inone> Hitiiuut wore. Prleea low. Any one i m make ST? per mouth. Add ?-- W. I'. liAltltlsON St CO., Vi ik No. II. Cohiunibs, Ohio, we.-a ...

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 April 1895

extaklikhf.d lS'-D. .PUBLISHED EVEBY, MOUSING EXCEPT MONDAY. VIRGIN I.*N BUILDING. WAIN ANI> COMMERCE STREETS. M. GLENNAN. Owsf.r. hutero'i M secoiui-clats matter. I "tub circulation or tue Virginian : l. LA kg El. v in excess ?r 11U> otlni isper pubi-.chtd in K.\s: rn Virginia. : Its circuUti u im Norfolk and I'ortsmoutli | js Krct.ter than that uf any paper published ?>r ?-itamat? I in tli< two cities. It ie delivered hi ?h- citi< s of Norfolk and Portsmouth mil suliurbi for iu cents a woek. v ? '"' ri; 11 .us. postage paid. F,re Dolhirit per year; I'Uri e Dollars :>?? -ix ? niottths. One Dollar mi d Fifty Ci it- f..r three mouths: and fifty Gauls tor one ^Advertisements inserted at the rate of 75 Okms a BgvAvaFiaaT in- < <? h subse? quent insertion 37 it .-, or .". ? i im ivhkn 1>'sm.tki> r.vF.nv othv.k i>*y. Contrac? torsare not nliowc I to exce I their spa o ?r advertise other than their legitimate business, except by paying especially foi tbe s...

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 April 1895

PORTSMOUTH NE WS The Port City and Suburbs Covered In Concise Terms. HALL ENTERED BY THIEVES. Cervices at the South Street Baptist Church. Four Colored Trespass? ers. Mr. Hodges' Condition. Police Commissioners. Con- i vention at Deep Creek. There was no docket in tho Muyor's Court yostordav. Tho police force had tlioir summer nnifortu lutipected yesterday. Tho condition of Mr. Sam'l W. Flodgos was not much improved yes? terday. Blr. JoBeph W. Buljas has been ap? pointed an aotiug gunner in tho United Htatcs Navy, Tho Hotel at the fool of West Nor? folk bridge on this hide of the brauch is Hearing completion. Tho Hoard ot Polioo Commissioners met Monday night, hut nothing of in lerest was transacted. A number ot persone from thin city will attend tho convention at Deep (.'reck to morrow night. Mrs. Erb is dangerously sick at tho residence of Mr. Thomas i.asuiter, cur? lier of Ureen and County streets. Civil Pugmeur Mendical hns bcou granted tlireo months' leave with the privilege of...

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 April 1895

Remarkable Adventure of the Schooner Elwood. A Trying ExpeiiiM.ee While Near Ju- i reau, Alaska. The Title Went Down While She Was Fastened to a Bert:, Leaving Her High and Dry. Strange stories of thrilling enoonnters ?with icebergs havo bi i u brought had; from tho Arctic by skippers from t:m.< to time, but they must all take n l ark soat now und bow low to Captain Chou tor of tho schooiu r Elwood. The Elwood bas just returned from her first halibut fishing cruise in tiiu northern waters. Sbo left San Francisco on Jan. 24 in ballast, hut put into Do? . part uro bay ami took on n cargo of coal for Junoau, Alaska. After discharging at tho latter place sho headed for tho ilnir glacier, tho purpose boiug to lead tho hold with ico. Tho vos3< I was pass? ing through t he icy straits and was just off Hoonia, says Captain Chester, when ho espied an immense ict I org nboul n inile away. It was fully ten tinies tho size of tho schooner and appeared to havo become fast upon n roof. The ...

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 April 1895

Money Market U? Southern Associated Proaa, Kr.w Youk. April 2.?Money on call firm at 'J a3 per cent; closing at ;t per cunt. Sterling exclmuge is steady, with actual business hi bnukors' bills at 4S8}ul881 lor iiity (lava anil I99}al89 for "demand, rested rate's. 189*4901. Commercial bills, 487}al87|. CJorernmeut bond- closed tirm. THE STOCK ma11kk1?ZLOSINO niDS. American Cotton Oil, 20}; American t'ot- | imi oil. tuef. 7l'a73; Vmorieau Sugar Itenu- ? ertes, 102; American Sugar Henneries, pref, | V4. Amorican Tobacco. 941: Anwricau l'o- i bacoo, pref., 108; Atchieon, Topeka aud Hanta Fe, 0(: Daltiuion and Ohio, Mi: Can ada Pacitic. 40;; Chesapeake und Ohio. 17}; Chioago mid Alton, 147: Chioago. Burling? ton and Qitiuey. 731; Chicago Qua I'rnst, 71}; Delaware and Lackawauna. lrit: Distil l?r< Htni c .ittto Feeders, t I}; Erie. 10J; Erie, pref.. 20:Genoral Electric. 311; Illinois Con? tra I, B.? [L ik< Erie and Western, 17J; Lako Jirii- Hint We stern, pref., 74|; Lake Shore. 187...

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 April 1895

The American Wife of the Famous Eng'ish Writer, LIFE OF MRS. RUDYARD KIPLING Not At All "a New Woman" in Tastes and Ideas. Junior Kipling Com? plains of Unequal Laws Gov? erning Story Telling. The Home in Vermont. Mrs. Rnflyard . Kipling is n Blender little. -woman,- with soft brown eyes, dark hair und a very Ewoet expression. Sho is not "oftnew woman" and. does not caro for any sooiety nxoept that of lior household, ami she and lHiriuisb.mil aro so congenial in tastes und idous that ft hey livo all. tho year around in a little farmhouse 10 miles from Brattloboro, rS't, and never even think of Lein? bored. It Booms curious that such ubit MRS. RDDTARP lilPLIKO. [tor American batorvas Kipling should luvo nuiAmerican wife and a homo the heart of Yankeedom, hut ho s, oms perfectly contented with Loth. Mrs. KiplingAVOS .Miss Carolyn Dali 9 tier, withvwhoso brotbor.i tho late Wol oott Balestior, Mr. Kipling collaborated for several years. Tho third member of tho family is Miss Josephine K...

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 April 1895

VOL. XLVnil-XO. 115._NORFOLK, VA.. FRIDAY, APRIL o, LS9?. ~ " riUCM ~2 CENTS The Lancaster Men One Too Many for Norfolk. EXCITING GAME AT TIMES. Norfolk Seemed Sure Winner, but the Seventh Inning Was Fatal. Great Victory for the Univer? sity of Virginia. Rich? mond's Fine Showing. The threo hundred cranks who s-hiv ^red through thu niuo iuuings played tit League Paris yesterday afternoon between thu Norfolku uud Laucastura I aaw a close, and at times, uu exciting Contest. J.lwnou WOS :ii tuu box for the home team wbiio I'eagaraud lWiek 3fy performed like service ror tbo visit? ors. 1'bough none ol the pitchers was iiii hard, the work of nil was ragged ?uii snowed luck oi control. The eoid weather of the past week bns been hard uu the twirlera, uud they ?re ull ?low in rounding up to condi? tion, l ueir performance to-day. while unt brilliant, waa at least creditable, considering the chilly wiud which cut thronen tt'u sweiitera ol huth teams. Neither club w4s up to tIjd biundurd in t...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 5 April 1895

pUOR ORDlHfltoEJDtFEflTtD i The Select Council Refuses to Pass. A LONG AND WARM SESSION tVlr. Wrenn Offered the Minority Re? port as an Amendment, Which Ho Supported Vigorously. Sev? eral Votes Taken With? out a Result. Advocates of a 81,000 liquor liconso Were treated to u series of disappolut ut .'uts at lust uight's moettug of tho Select Coufteil. Tor two Ion? uud nerve straining hours the eleven mem bsrs of tho Council present discussed the merits uud demerits of "high license." Aud thou, to tbo undisguis? ed dirKUBt of Mr. Goodridge tho Couu oil adjourned without taking uuy notion iu tbe mutter. Twice during the eventful session was a vote taken on tbe atl-absnrbiug ??Section J>," the liquor clause, iu tbe troublesome liceuse ordinance. Euch time sis of tho eleven members piestut voted iu favor of Mr. Wreun's amendment aud livo voted against. But cacti time Iba amvudmeul was lost, as it required a majority ot tho Couu oil?seven votes to puss cither tbo amendment or the origi...

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 April 1895

Finn;:* comfort and improvement ami tends to personal enjoy moil t when tightly used. The many, who live bel? ter than others and enjoy life more, with less expenditure, by more promptly adapting the world's last products to the needs of physical being, will attest the value to health of the pure liquid laxative principles embraced iu tho remedy, Syrup of Figs. Its excellence is due to its presenting In the form most acceptable and pleas? ant to the taste, the refreshing and truly beneficial properties of a perfect lax? ative; cflcetunlly cleansing the system, dispelling colds, headaches ami fevers and permanently curing constipation. It has given satisfaction to millions and met with the approval of the medical profession, because it nets on the Kid? neys, Liver and Dowels without weak ruing thrui and it is perfectly free from every objectionable Biibstancc. Syrup cd' Figs is lor sale by all drug? gists in 50c ami $1 bottles, but it is man? ufactured by tin' California Fig Syrnp Co...

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 April 1895

i*r\m i"nvi> is.6. PUBLISHED BVEBY. MOHNlSQ B&CSPT MONDAY. YIBGLNUN UUlLDING. < MAIS AND COMYIEBCB SXltEETS. M. GLENN AN* Owsin. liutero! m seooiMl-elai " r.H OlBGULA'l lOSOl? I'lIK VlllGlNtAN u LABGKIA IN KXCKSS of auy oth. r ,.tH.t publish) d ::i Easl I u Vir?ium. It, cireuliiti n i? Norfolk :iinl Portsmouth idcrcatortii uitli.it of any paper published or men ate I in the two u lie*. it it delivered iu the eitloH of Norfolk an? Portsmouth and suburb lor 10 oeuU a week. Vail hubJiriptioiM. 1'<>sihro paid, v v.- Dollar? par ycur; I'hreo Holla? t.>: -ix mouth*. Oue Dollar ami Kn ty Uentit for ihrer mouths: an i Ii tf Oent* lor one erti.-inn UN Inserted :.t tlio rato of 70 Ckmh a 8<i,i!*i ?Fiutvi is-t btioxj eai b subse? quent insortmu ??">'? Cents, or .'. I Hunts win s inm ri.e Rvent ? riiKH tiav. Contrac? tor-! arr not allowed to exceed thoir Hpa o or inl-erti-o otttor than lt.oir leRiiiiiiato bntluefs, except by nay inn especially ror tn<- same. TatWriKt...

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