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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 19 April 1895

_1 Norfolk Lads Bat Out a Glorious Victory. 7HEY WILL YET PLAY BALL! The National League Season Opened. Portsmouth Goes Down Before Richmond, But Lynchburg Evens Up With Roanoke. Surprises of the League. Onr GC3entrto. jouiik tuon tlid'nt do ? tbiug to the Reutleuteu from Peters 'bnrp yenterdny. They simply ontfieliioJ and outbatted 3be ouarnpiona, and when tho dust bud ?ettled on the liuul inning thu crowd ans bourse from cheering uud the ?jlliciul scorer wnro n wtary look. lAcooiding to the oOicial records of tno dar the Norfolk's tiod piled up ?:ghteeu rtina oud Petersburg bnd xniuiu exactly four, i'rotu o Norfolk point of viow, it was ? very lively mui exhilarating couteet, tuit as a matter of (njt, tbo gutuo wns 3oom.Iv played ami too oue-siued to be Interesting. Coroornu did not play, ?but MoCaun, vrbu took bis place, put sip u very pretty game, und the holding and battiii,i of HoCmnn, OTItiKun, Wbaley and the pitching oi Herr, wore the It n! in ? .-. Mho weather was rntbrr co...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 19 April 1895

!The Jury Award Him One Thousand Dollars. AN APPEAL MAY BE TAKEN The Case Tried in the Court of Law and Chancery Yesterday. Cr.pt. Vellines Received Many Con? gratulations From His Friends* The mucb-talked-of damago suit of Capt. M. J. Velliueo vs. Police Com? missioners Yerdieruud Imitou came up io the Court of Law und Chancery yes terday and the jury last evening, after being ont about one hour, ugreed upon a verdict for the plaiutifl nud fixed the damages at $1,000. The renders (>f Tim Virginian are familiar with tlio history of this case. Tho suit grew out of the attempt of ?Ibe Police Commissioners to remove Capt. Vellines from the police force previous to the appointment of bis suc? cessor, and in tho absence of nny cbargo of dereliction oi duty, bud cbur tictcr or violation of regulations. It will be remembered that at tbo instance of the Commissioners, Capt. VellincB was arrested without warrant, carried to tbo police station iu tbo patrol wagon and locked up in u...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 19 April 1895

Constipation is the most common form of Dys? pepsia. Dr. Dcanc's Dyspepsia Pills (white: wrapper), one after each meal, cure the most obstinate cases. They contain no mercury, do not purge nor gripe, and impart a natural healthful tone to the stomach and bowels. ? ; ten'., at dnurfbm'. bend to u, fori rice ISJBptc. DK. J. A. DU VNE CO.. Kingston, New Yctlc. " WANTED, \ITANTEI>?'JOO inen to wo k at Lambert'! Point. m Apply lo .IAMBS MINN, .t Lambert'! !'?? n< aloud.y ..urn u.:b i.o'Io k. kj.l---t? \\* AN ll-.l'? 1.. tin .i oiid-liau I -uLiF nut. mi. "It mtisi lie in K" ?! repair no?l at a ivjsinabh ?t i.. . Lear, address a i to where can be seea with ?. T. BUTLER, i-aie Virginian Otttc* a HUM \y AN I hl>- I o tout n aim- ??.l:ili?-, >,? ? ?. > i. li r.i .ti:-, coureDienl v located, maderatopi e: addresaW.li.lt., thlsotHce. ap!7-3t* \V ANTKH?At once In disprne of s nur bam ll tailor business un leva, rem i?. !>&...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 19 April 1895

KSTABLtSUED 1S'5. PUBLISHED EVEKY MO US ISO EXCEPT MONDAY. YIHGISIaN UUlIiDINO. MAIN AND COMMENCE STKBETS. MOl.F.NNAV Owsnrt._ EntcroJ as seeon l-class matter. I' THKOlHOLlLATiOSOr VIM Y1KG1NIAN h LAKOEl.Y IN F.XUKSS ? f any o:U. i taper published in Easi \ n ;lm i. 5lW oircalMi u in Sort U nut I ortstuouth is ure&ror than tb.it of ?uy pnpo: i bushed Ot euct ate in tbc two ti. ?. Sit is delivered iu the cities ol Nr. ind Krtsmou b end ? - ? >* ?k?1" ? week. ? ad - >" ril>< n-. I ? I iftfl I ti I K*e Dollars per year; I breo Dollars fo ix motilbs. Oue Dollar ant Ft ty t . it- for tkre. mottlts; ea i Fifty Usnts lo:- otto ^5uDort'*ements ituerti 1 nt tiie rate of 7? txnkVls a s ha eFile i in inn v ???? b ?ttbtt ? . nueut insertion S7i Ct . ?'< D I'iints ?>wvn ISSi iu> rvr.tti uniEH HAY. Contrac? tors are not ulionoi 'o exco 1 i air spa b 'or nd\ortDe other tlinn tboir legitimate busiuesi. except b...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 19 April 1895

The Accurate Resume of Current Thought and Events. BULLETINS OF THE GAME Cruelty to a Wife. Sent On to the the County Court. Will Equip the Cotton Factory. Dropped the Case Ra'h r Than Repeat Fco Language. Heven shipwrights were discharged from the Construction Department last night. Constnblo Ishatu went to Dower's Hill last night utter u negro, who had etolou a pig. lather tho city or the railroad should Fill up tho sidewalk lcudiug to tho jail. It is daugorous. Tho Ladies' Uuiou pruyer-uniotiug will bo held this uftcrnoou ut 4. o'clock at 1'rieuds' Church. Head tho card of E. N. Grant, in which ho ofliers himself for ro oloetion 10 the Clerk uf tho Market. Mr. O. D. I'.all, one of Portsmouth's well known citizens, is in extremis. 1'ears are eutertuiuod that his end is very near. Messrs. It, (J. Hume & Brother, printed bulletins of tho f>amo in Hieb mend yesterday by innings. It ut traotud unite it crowd. Read tho ndvortisornent of Jacob llosunbaum, lu which...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 19 April 1895

Ii TOWT'S MEMORY The Tasso Tercenternary an im? portant Literary Eventi THE GREAT GERMAN TEACHER "Swinburne Will Speak. All Europe and Most of America Will be Rep? resented in Rome. The Part Our Ambassador Will Take. toor-TntoiiT. ISAM [^HIS poofs of nit the world \inito in a celebration this month wkic.h promises to -at? tract uiore atten? tion than n ii y p U rp ly lit-erary cwnt bus bud bestowed npor. it "f <tv tan n y wyc?rs. "Tho occasion is the terccntm ', nary of Taso.one, but by rjoBwaosthird, in tho gTeat trilogy of "Unitan vriuets. f?h? -ror.n w3*cjs<s "fanio has ? spread ' rtrircrwsvr. what Hrriiibui-ni- rallw Hie cnttnro of drtoadene? L* mado possible-. ITha-t should mean everywhere,, If the f jnewjy dressed old theories of dogenorn , tlon havo anything in tbcin. Although the huadrjuurtcrs, us it iwore, of this demonstration will bej , Trtomo, our own country takes a prom? inent part in it. asdoes Knglaud. France and Germany. Tho Americunu on Americ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 19 April 1895

I Money ninrlici B.V Southern Assooiated Press. Nkw York, April IS.?Money o'l cull e? v ul'icj' per cent. closing at Sterling ?xohnnge is eader, with notnnl business in Ife/uuUera' lulls at 183}ai88] tor aivtv days and ?te.HalK'.i; for demaud. Posted ratca.-i8-.it'.?>-.. Commercial bills, 487{al88. Government liondi-. linn. THK STOCK aiAKKKT?et.oMX.i urns. Amori.au Cotton Oil. 2*}; American c.-t |ot: Oil, i re . 7 a75; American Sugar K-tiu ?riea. 108); An ot-icau Sugar 1 ctit.om a.pref. JOji American lohn to, American To? bacco, pref. 108; Atcliisou, Toreka uul Balitn Po, ?!: Unltimore and Ohio, 54{; Chu ada Pacific. 44}: Cbeaaponke and Ohio, IS}; ?Vhio.igo mid Alton, 147: Ohiongo. Hurling louuudQuinoy. 731; Chicago?a? Ims:. Tij: lit-latraro and Lackuwenna. : i>i-til [srt and t uttlo feeders, 15}; I'rie. 11?: Krie, i.rel.. 214; General Klectric. 33; Illinois < eu Iral, 801; Lake Erio end Western; 21 j hake Jj.ric an.i Weatcru. pref.. 78; Lake Shore. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 19 April 1895

The Recent Heavy Advance in Prices and Its Causes. THE CLAIMS OF THE READING ; ?Not in Many Years Has the Anthracite Coal Market Been in 60 Unsatis? factory a Condition as Now. The Companies Unable to Agree on a Plan of Relief _/ Hot in many years naa mo ancarwntej Coal market been in so unsatisfactory it condition n3 it is today, nml the reason is not far to seek. Tho responsibility lies with tho companies, which aro un? able to ngreo on a plan whereby utter demoralization may bo avorted. Tho 6nlcs agonte held a mooting in 27ow York recently and advanced prices. The Immediate effect of tho advanca sutd of tho subsequent disagreement among tho presidents has been to check orders. In the east the market, which has been more or less demoralized as ro gords prices, has also become very Aull, as buyws do not soein to think that tho advance can bo maintained. Tho now figures aro boiug held rjuito tuinly by tho companies. Tho unanim? ity with which Bellors admit that they aro doing littlo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 20 April 1895

flU IS MOT SATISFIED Official Confirmation Regarding , Nicaragua's Counter Proposition,. THE PLAN TO COMPROMISE It is Suggested that the Corn Islands Be Ceded Greal Britain. Nicara- | gua fVlay Propose This to Force the Hand of the United States. B7 Southern AHKoeiatod Prem. Washington, L>. C, April 19.? Official confirmation of Luudou dis liatobos tbnt Nicaragua bud been in formed that her counter proposition ?ras not regarded as aatisluctory by Groat Britain was received hero to day. Nicaragua's prcBent pluu, it is un? derstood, ia to eudonvor to reach u Compromise with Great Britain respect log tbo ultimatum settlement of the indemnity of $75,000 to pro Consul latch. In pursuance ot thin purpose, a special report may be lent to Lon? don, who will probably bo Geu. Bar? rios, who recently returned from iCuglnnd, ufter an uusueeesstul attempt to eettlo tbo difUenlty. it is not doubted that in the cud, Ni? caragua will pay the indemnity demand, or oiler to Great Britain in...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 20 April 1895

The Petersburgs Go Down With Foreman, A GAME OF MANY ERRORS. JtiWas.m Easy Victory. Norfolk Has a Batting Team. Tl>cy Pound the Life Out of Foreman and Win With Ease. Hager's Homo Run Drive. About COO people witnessed the sec? ond league game between Norfolk end Petersburg yesterday ufternoou, The game was better on the whole than it was yesterday, although the pitchers for both teomi were very poor. There were lots of good,clever plays made for both teams. Hager's home run, bat? ting tho ball over centre field fence i and bringing two men in, was one of i the pretty features of the game. There ?were two"beautiful double plays uiuue E bv the Not folk team and also one by \ the visitors. Tho first was from Cor E eoran, short stop, to O'Hsgnu, first '? base, to Tenley, catcher. The second, WoBonsld, pitcher, to O'Hugan, first ' base, to Houmau. third bate. 1 be oue .' made bv the visitors was also very : clever. It was from Pouder, short stop, 1 to McCluug, first bnse, to P...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 20 April 1895

Constipation Is the most common form of Dys? pepsia. Dr. Dearie's Dyspepsia Pills (white wrapper), one sifter each meal, cure the most obstinate cases. They contain no mercury, do not pur^e nor cripe, and impart a natural healthful Tone to the stomach and bowels. *2 ccn'.i at drecfftsts*. Feud to as for a ttre simple. UK. J. A. 1)1 \M". CO., Kingston, New York. * WlNTKIk \\j AVI . H To I ,v Uli gi ? i ? III II i t i M.s. r?l M an rstablhbol dni{ More I N rfo'.k; must h; In gor?i butlncsi I .cation: stale lowesl price. \n tfresi 1*. .... Box IU, Oxford, 1* ?....-. ap20-3 > ; MrANTEP Tureoi :v - ore hi S'erfulkJ n Will lecate I iis retail rtl.trict, couveuteut ' > k-.i heute mid ferry. Addieis, at onee, "2,:l, ears Virglnlau. ap-'-nt' AN I I Is To rent ,,ti o an View r...l hou <? ?.th out six rooms iniil few acres of a .1 ?us Ii. Address stating full particulars, A.n. f., case of Virginian, apw-lti It/AKTI ??'Jtio uieu to n o k nt l.aniberl's Point si ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 20 April 1895

KSTSVI.lMiri' 1S15. PUBLISHED EVF.UY MUUM1NQ EXCEFi' MONDAY. VlHOlNlAN BUILDING. MAIN AN? COMHEUCB 8THEBT3. M QLBNN?N, Ovtsru. interei M leooud-clais matter. fefHK OlHCULAl'lONOF I'llE YIKC1NIAN ;jj LsYKUBI.Y IN EXCESS ol an. other caper published in East 111 \ irglutu. ? Its circulati in in NorfoU nud Portsmouth 'is greater than that ? f any paper published er i irou oti ?111 tw0 '' u'* it :? delivered >u the eitles of Norfolk anil ?.Portsmouth antl stilt trli tor 10 couth a .week. ' ml - ;t riptiona, postage paid. tF?Te Dollsrs per yo?r; I'hrec Hollars for ids IrflOtiths. One 1'eliar *ui Fifty t.'enis for 'ihre.- mouths: en 1 Fifty Cents lor one RKiinti*. t: Advertoeruint-i inserted at tii? rate of 75 'Cevis A Sst a eFikm is-i.iitioS; eueh aubse iquent insertion :.7 Cents, or 5? Ckxti BSnBC ISfEi ti:i? r.vetiv otuku Iiav. Coulrae "tors are uot i.llone I to o\ce d t.ieir spa o , or :ul.ertise oilier than itioir legitimate routines!, except by paying especially roi ? tbe ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 20 April 1895

The Accurate Resume of Current Thought and Events. TO EQUIP THE COTTON FACTORY Port Norfolk Railroad Pushed. To be Dedicated in May. The All Amer? icas' Entertainment. Presby? tery Adjourned. Ward Meet? ings for Councilmen. Tue Norfolk 1'resbytcry Las ad? journed sine die. Dr. Jobnsou and wife left for their Iioino in the Kast yosterday. The Hustings Court met yesterday end adjourned without transacting aoy business. Rev. J.W. Orowder will preach at Wright Mrmorial Church nt both ser? vices Snndt.y. It is said that withiu less than sixty <la\h machinery will be put iu the uew ?niton fuotory. There will be ward meetings Tues? day uight to noiuinato Couucilineu for all live of tho warils. Bev.J. W. liosmun will leave to day lor the Eastern Shore ol Yirgiuinto speud a week with relatives. Attoution is called to advertisouieut of Thomas Oaskins for Sanitary In? spector,subject to Democratic primary. Sumo of tho rresbyterinu preachers liavo couciuded to romuiti over ou Sun? da...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 20 April 1895

THE PROFIT IN SUGAR CANE. f.F B?*cd ?n Statistic* Quoted noil Cum ruenfrd t pirn by Southern CultlYutor. Statistics famished by competent au? thority show that under favorable con? ditions and with propor nttention to tho crop $100 pp'jit can bo realized on ouo ncre of sugar cano. This Btntement is based upon a crop of 32 tons of cano, "which will yield 183 pounds of sugar pad niuo gallons of molasses por ton, or d.324 pounds of sugar and U'SS gallons of molasses per acre. Pdacing the value of the sugar at 3 ceuts per pound and molasses at 30 couts per gallon, the Taluo of the crop would bo $8) 8 per aero. The sumo writer places ] the cost of production at $118, as tho highest estimate, which would leave a Bet profit of $100 por aero. Such a crop would bo equivalent to live hales of cot? ton per acre, allowing one balo for ex? penses of production and four bales aa net profit. Of course such cano cannot bo grown Successfully nuless tho land is specially Suited for the crop and thero...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 20 April 1895

T. Money IilnrlicM llv Southern Anioointetl Prot*. Iluw VoilK, April 19.?Money 0:1 rail tasv alja2] per cent., closing ul u. Sterling (exchange is tinn. uiili actual business iu lend., ra' billa a; ISSJalHSJ fur slxtyjluya uud ?89lal89] for deniaud. Posted 1 ittos, 18 ai4?0L Vomiucrcial bills, , 487Ju433. Uoveruntout fciond*. steady. IHK sil l I. MAICKIT?vl.?JMS.5 bio*. Anteiicau Cotton Oil. 27}; American Cot tor. Oil. 1 rc'. i8a>7S|: American 8ugnr lleflu ?r.i a. 10'jjj An erlcan Sugar ltoflnories.prof, a.7: American'lobii eo, American To liacco, prof, 1071; Atcbisou, Topoku itnl Uautn Id. 3; Baltimore and Ohio, 641: Can ?da PaciOc, ID: Chesapeake nud Ohio, is.': i'bioago uud Alton, 147; Chicago. Hurling lounudijuiucy, 7.ii. Chicago Otts I'ruat, ~>M; ?Oeluware and Lacktiwautta. 15.':; UUtil tors and Cattle Feeders. IS Krio. It: Brio, frof., 241; General Electric,3S?: lllinoia ( en? rol, Oil; Luku Erto and Western. -0,; Lake J.ri- an.1 Weste ru. prof.. 77J; l*a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 20 April 1895

Hidden on a Desolate Island in the Atlantic Ocean, A STALWART GERMAN'S STORY Par1 Badenbach's-'Strange Account of Hov. He Was Engaged in Search for' It iin Trinidad. Pirates Buried It. Estimated to Be Worth $25,000,000. Tho, other dny a stalwart Clorman, (is gait and complexion savoring strong? ly ot tho sea, told tho story of a, groat bidden treasure that 1 ins in an uninhab? ited island of tho sonth Atlantic. . Tho man is Cnrl Bndeudiek. now a fcrosp.erous inhabitutit of Jersey City. ? Batiendiok's story may bo told in his pvn words: , ? "In Mr.y, 1S30, I shipped on tho terkentine John for Santos, in Brazil. After loaving Santos tho crew,believed lhat tho shipwes bound for Bnll River, ?. C. . . "At the end of eight days \vn arrived Sff nn island which turned out to bo 'rinidad., Captain Pyper told us that ?vo had been stcoriug east instead of jportli. lie toldustbat tho owners of 4ho ship had information that n great quantity of money aud valuables was biddou on this, island. ! "A...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 21 April 1895

We Have Met the Petersburgs and They Are Ours. BEAUTIFUL GAME YESTERDAY. The Best Ball Playinp, of Season Was Seen at Park Yesterday When Norfolk Captured the Last of Scries. N;ce Clean Work. Umpire's Decisions. We have met tbo Petersburgers nud they ure ours. Air. Kointuors' muu, ?umrtiug under the two couaoontivo defeats administered by tbo ueutlemou trotu across tbo Kli/.ubetb, have riF-eu Iu tbctr might uud onished the Cucka dors to tho tune of threo Btrnights. The gnrue at League l'ark yesterday stub by iuug odds the host of tho buries, nod hut for tho "dark brown"decisions *>y Mr. Sauders, tbu umpire, nothiug fjappened to interrupt or inur tho }>lensure of those wbu witnessed the {game nnd cheered fur their favorites, The Norfolk bui s brought with them Into the game yesterday mure vim aud inap tbnn they hud lntlieito displayed this season, I heir single error, made toy O'Hagan, wliu turew badly to tjecond base, spoiled what tnigbt iiavu been n double pla...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 21 April 1895

H lUTERESIIIG SESSION j The Colored Methodist Conference Proceedings. STATE OF THE COUNTRY. Memorial Services. Eloquent Ad? dresses. Editor Mitchell Introduc? ed. An African Traveler. The Appointments tor the Va? rious Churches To-day. The A. M. E. Conference ruet Tester dsy morning nt the usunl hour. Hev. | Dr. Derrick delivered an address and took li hopeful view of the future of the negro race. Hev. Dr. C. S. Smith spoke ou the Bnudayschool work. Al li'm. a memorial service was held and Kev. E, H. Boldeu.of Portsmouth, and Kev. Dr. Moon, of Florida, eulo? gized the late Bishop \Vard, and Pre? siding EldersStrauge aud .1 liummersou Bimke of the lives of tho members who died during the past year. Editor Mitchell, of Uiehtuoud, was introduced and tpoko briefly. Prof. Threat was also introduced and made a short talk. Kev. Dr. C. 8. Smith, of Nnshville, Tenn., who is Secretary of the Sunday Bcbool ?uion, who is just back from Africa, lectured lust night on Africa. He is s*id to have p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 21 April 1895

T Our Buyer Has Just Returned from trie florin, wftera He Securea the Finest Lot or Bargains ever offered in the city. To name and illustrate tfiem all woultl require too muc? space, and tfierefore we can only snow you a few Dy way of Proof. o?e?eo*?oto???aco?ti}oaat9s m W As shown ill cut. with SQUARE BEVEL GLASS, 24x30 inches, for SOLID 75! Same Suit Sold "Two Years Ago for $35.oO. gl 2 d i % doco9aaet?o?oe?s??e??0eeea oeoeosseooRooet QUARTERED OAK TABLE. SOLID OAK TABLE. A large concern in Philadelphia made quite a sale of this Table for $2.50. We have just received a large assortment of REIF RIGERATORS, which cannot be surpassed in finish and style, and 04 lor the price wc will prove we can SAVE YOU MONEY. ONE HUNDRED ROLLS OF ASSORTED ATTING ARRIVED ON WEDNESDAY'S STE?MER T This large lot of Matting was bought at a Great Sacrifice. JUST THINK! Wc can sell you a Nice Fancy Matting iorijc. In this grade we have a very large variety of patterns to select from. Our stock of OlxaaDo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 21 April 1895

bxtabi tXtVKD 1S?5. PUBLISHED EVEBX MOUSING BXOBPI MONDAY. ; 1 Virginias building. MAIN AND COMUEKCK STltSETS. m, gi.knnan. Owxkr. Entere .1 at scooud elan .nutter. THK OMCCEA I'lOS OF L'HK V1 IIGIN I AN i. LARGELY IN EXCESS ol any oth.t n?ner published in Kasi i n Virginia. itsetrcntatiou in Sorfolk und iort-iuouth la greater than that of any paper published or eneu at* 1 in the two cities it it delivered in the cities of Norfolk an.l Bortnuiotitb .m i subnrtu tor 10 com- a week > a'1 *?u' riPt 1 ' ?>1 : ?.ve Dollars per rear; Ibree l>'.::are tor six iuo iths. Out- Dollar ami fitly Cents for tbras mouths; and Fifty Conn tor one ^Advertisements iuserte i i t tire rr.to of 70 oems a S?l a r I';:. inskhtioN; oh It SUl - queut iniartion ': t i * rs, or lil IT: l viirN issi rt:n r.vKin ? mm i>\\. i'ontrac totvarenot ?bowel to exce '1 ti.oir s|.a e or advertise other than their lorn iniate busimss, exot vt by paying especially tur the fame. Tar...

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