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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 25 April 1895

?IE 118 Ii By Superior Playing the Mountain? eers Win, THE PRETTIEST OF THE SEASON Norfolk Lost to Roanoke Yesterday Be? cause the Visitors Played Better Ball. Lawson Pitched Good Ball, But Was Batted Heav? ily. Lloyd .Effective. *n the humble opiuiou of tho writer, iho 700 ur tnoro men und nouen who snud tbe;r way to the ball game yester? day reoetved more than tue worth uf iboir mouuy. This much ih certain,tbe exhibition giveu by she Norfolks and the Lloauokos continued ail t'uu luj-ro dicuts uf a buseball seusatiou, ;n tho first piuoo I be work of lioao okt-'s pilchcr wiim simply superb aud il Is hut just tn state that our own Air. J.ii? >??.'ii pitched n very fuir j^uiue uf tall. At tbe stsrt it luoked as though the visitors iuteuded in potiud Air. iiawEuu'B curves nil over tbe lot. Tbey started in uu bin "lazy drops" with ?tartliog i in r:' \ mill ut tbe close ol tbu sery first inning had piled up two solid two hungers and a pretty siuglo. l ig uratively speaking, tb...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 25 April 1895

VESSELSEfflBURNlKG RT SEA _ The Report of the Captain of the Steamer Dunbeth. SHE IS SIGHTED OFF HATTERAS A Sail Vessel Which Went Down n ; Mass of Flames. The Crew Sup? posed to Be Rescued by a Schooner. The Story of a Floating Bucket. The British steamship Dunbeth, (.'apt. MaoKsnzie, from Ualvestoti to Liver? pool, arrived bere yesterday ana ro ports Ihat wt.e:i twenty tubes southeast of Hattcras bgld, tho weather luir and sea smooth, he discovered n soil vessel on fire. Her foremost uud yard were still steading, Tbo 1 >iti)(>t tb wns steered to pass widen n mile ci the vessel with iho in? tention of rendering assistance to tbu crew, but a-> aim approached the fore most nod ull attached went down leav? ing the vessel oue iuaes of flnuus uud mskiug it impossible fur auy living being to remaia on board. Capt. Mac Kenzie says that n three masted schooucr iui u short dir-tuueo oil uud es he discovered no boats bo presumed that the crew hud been rescued...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 25 April 1895

THE POPUL?R CIGARETTE REV. Daniel F. Warren, D.D., Rector Holy Trinity Church, Jersey City Heights, says: "Dr. Dearie's Dyspepsia Pills ? re unquestionably coed. They nrc, in my opinion, nil they claim lo Im-. i havo tried ?hem and foun 1 in them wh.it 1 needed. I Klieve they will cure Dyspepsia, and that 15 Saying much fnr any medicine 1 am yl?d, thereiotc, to gi\c my U-stimony." At altdnif ctiV. ts ceais. f er it t a m f ? fi<?e iimrlr DR. J. A. DEAXE en . Kingston, Ncr.- Vo:k. xv a NT K it. ?\' A S i ' h-l... to W < liur. ii ntreel Kortolk, Va., *> If you iv;,ni werk ?ftrer? kind, Ordrr? c?im tns in .... ir for n kindaol icl . o, i r<i claia bet . yV srefrcetu asdM .11 women ? and in n J'bltc or coloird) in grti n work to Tailed Mule; nr.i ? li fircb-lp to . ij (laplycr.v ? UlS i-r.-en i > o.ir ordoia ap'JS-lw' ?ENT6TO TAKK ORDERS UY r-XMPl.'l JOYS WANTED lo work at Kotfolk Fruit Pack M aie v, ,?>, Ii atf m lie, Ni...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 25 April 1895

i>T\m isnED 1s:'6.' PVLL1SIIKD b'.YI.Hi moknixq except MONDAY. vinoisiAS liull u;n ;. HAINAN" COMUEU is spheem. m. Ql.esnan. On-si it. _ Inttre'. as scoonil-class matter. Till OIHOULATIOSOF 1 ll!-. VlltUlNlAN is LAROBLV IN kxobss ?( ?n- otb i t aver publish! <l in E u rn V irgtum. Its ?ireulati hi 'i .Nortid. mid Portsmouth Is greater timu tu.it of anj paper pubiishod or .u ontat* I tu llu two c lie*. .t :r delivered tu ibe cities of Norfolk und Portsmouth mid sub ro tor in eent^ a week. a l n '??. riptl ti<. i" i su paid. Fire Dollar? per year; I'breo Uollars fot n months One Dollar auil Fifty cent-, for thre- month*; au i fifty Oeuts lo: one ^Advei tiretu- a'? Inserted Ht the rate of ""> Okmi a s I'Ai.a Flits is h i i"s; em b ?ubse qneut insertion ? '? Cksts, or .'" i'kst.i vniNiN-' rao Kvtitv < ?mi a im v. Contrac? tors' are not nllowe.1 to oxcecd t eir spa o or ndtartise oiber than tbeir legitimate bu?mrBs. except by paying ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 25 April 1895

JLBd PISii p IftE?' The Doings of Minor Importance j Woiili Jotting Down. THE FOURTH WARD NOMINEES Attempted Burglary. Fimer.il of Mr. Ridgwell. In Futuro Marriages. A Pony Swamped. To Purify Sweet Canaan. Visiting Firemen. Grays' Fair. The second day's i>rituaty will lake piano to-morrow. Iu uuotbor ooltimn the card froui J. \V. tsbnui appears. Tho Board of Police Cuiuiuiseioueru will met Monday i.ight. Oapt. Adil Meuds continues ill at bis borne ou Baudolph ntreet. Tiio Coancilmeu will bu voted for to-niorrow ut the primary, .Mr. flirmu Plummer is having a wuter pipe run ou Couuty utruut to ins new store. Mr. 0. D, Ball still litter- in a criti? cs! state. His duxth may be looked for At nuy time. Iho members ol Central l-'.pwortu league cleared S20 at their entertutu ui"iit on Tuesday night. Tho fuuernl of Mr. Win. H. Ridg? well will take place this afternoon at ?< o'clock from 1 unity P. I.'.. Church, .Mr. W. J. Davis ia hariug a lnr<;ii addition ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 25 April 1895

The Cotton States Exposition Con? stantly Being Improved, MANY NEW FEATURES ADDED Rapid Progress Being Mado in All Departments. The Original Scope of the Enterprise Considerably Augmentcu. The Plant System ot Railways. Tito cxtcutivo committee ot tno gm? Cotton Stnt?autl luterntttlonnl exposi? tion have their hands full, bu: rapid ; i j-ess is making in all its dopartmi nte, and new features or constantly 1 Plug suggest? ed, which promise to augment considerably the original ecopo of thoonu rprlso. Noth? ing will b? ro.-iotod that i.- doomed woa thy of adoption, and there will bo no lark of Toso?:n.cs, bowevor large or unexpected the cull. Of tho 14 buildings provided for nt tbo | outset, tho first ninoaro to bo completed by the 1st of Junoaud tho rotnnluderby the middle of July. A largo number of other structures are als?, tobe erected on Individual account or by state appropria? tion. It is only a few days ago that tho legislature, of Arkansas appropriated $lo, ooo for the proper ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 25 April 1895

COMMERCIAL REPQBT. Money Market 15v (Southern Associated I'ro". flew Vobk,April 21.?Moneyou call hni been Chsv at Ua2 per cent . eloa ug nl IL Sterling ?xnhauge is Qruj, with actual business la bankers' billajat 188}alS8] for sixty days and |89ial8U3 for demand. Posted rates, 48?a490. rommercint bills, 489uU0\. Ooverutneut liouds.t'n m. riiK irroci market?cuosixa etna, American Cottou Oil, 27; American Cot fee Oil. i ref, 70s American Sugar lU-Uu ? r n. lot; j; An orican mi gar Ueflnorios.pref, ?7?; American;'! obneco, '?'-,?: Anifiii.ui To fearcu, prof. 100; fttehiiou, Xopeka mil ?janta to, 6f: Dalrimoro and Ohio, 65; Can? ada Pacific, 44,; Chesapeake and Ohio. 16] L'hioagoaud Alton, 147-, Chicago, hurling ?ouaudQuincy. 71*-. Chicago Gau '1'ruat, 721; belaware aid Laoknwanua. 168; Ulatll krs and Cattle I'm lore, \ >. Krio, U;. lit ie, Iret.,'25; Oeuoral Electric. 33}; III nois Con ml, 91; Lake Erie and w cater a. 20} i Lake irlo ami Western, prof.. 77lj Lako Shore. Hit: ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 25 April 1895

Case of a Young Girl in Ohio Puz? zling the Physicians. THE PUBLIC MUCH INTERESTED It First Developed When She Was Fif? teen Mouths Old. Her Father a Soldier. Eminent New York liDoterio'ogist Thinks It Only a Blood Dise.-.sc. Physicians nud tho people generally in Ohio liavc! been Interested In tho reported easo of leprosy nbout eight miles from New Lexington. There uro many peculiar clrourustances surrounding tlto case. The patient, llannah M. Geary, la the 18 year-old daughter of George \Y. Geary. t\ deceased soldier who served in tho Kighty Bovcnth O. V. I. It first developed whou tho girl was only 16 mouths of age und baa steadily pro? gressed. The first visible effects of the supposed leprosy was iu the ulc< rations >>n tho feet, mid it has slowly i rogressed since, until a .few months ago the left hand of the pirl sloughed off. Tho parents and graudpar cnts of tho ohlld were horn in Ohio, tho father hatlug died In 1803, and the mother bel?g sti...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 26 April 1895

$lie Richmond Hustlers Take the First of the Series. UNABLE TO HIT FLYNN. jTha Speedy Curves Too Much for ?he Clams. Only Scattering Hits. Tho Ignorance of Umpire Sneeden Impartial in Erro? neous Decisions. Special Dispatch to The Virginian. Richmond, Yn., April 25.?Tbirtoon to three, tells tlio nionrnful Htory of bow badly Mr. Sommern' Ovatertneu avert- pecked in the faee this eveuing l>y Joke Wells' gang of Hlnebtrds. Mie alter iliability of tbo Norfolk boys io 3nt Fly no's speed j halls tells in one ?.enteuce tho story of their defeat, tie was only found tor lour scattering bits, 31 err, ou the other huud, way butted Ireely, His support, loo, was very defeotive, McCreary, Mo( nnu aud Corcoran cieli xuado two errors and those of AIc K'renry proved very diseatrous. 'J'lio 3tiehmoud pitcher's support uns | cr ieet, except at short, where Buhuo bad 10 tuki! the placu of lierte, who was atiffftom baviug spraiued hie shoulder t>y u iail Ht Lynohhtirg, An accident ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 26 April 1895

\wmm cm nr 1 The City's History Fully Detailed In Abbreviated Items. ODD FELLOWS' ANNIVERSARY. Fined For Assault. Junior Baseball j Games. The Blues' Resolutions. For Commonwealth's Attorney of Princess Anne. Old Maids' Convention. Fair weather to day. Mr. W. D. Tillar, of Emp?rt?, Vn., it iu the city. Mr. T, P. Williamson hits tcttuued from Tratt's Institute, brooklyu. Dr. Laey preached ot tuu First PresbyteriBti Church last night. H. "Munden, for assaulting W. A. Hudgicp, was yesterday linod 312.25, Dr. lt. 1" MeFarlaiid aud Mrs. Mo Farlnud, ot Woodhaveo, L. J.. arrived here yesterday. To day will bo tho seventy-sixth an? niversary of Odd Fellowship, It will be appropriately observed. The "Old Maids' Convention" for henc-Qt of tbe Retreat lor iho Siek takes place to-night at the V. M. 0. A, Hall. Tho "Victore" defeated the "Wall Pitchers" by a score of 15 to '20. flat? teries?Corden, Doty and Hardy; Payue, Truxton ami baker. W.?. Freed, of Harris' Nickel I'htte Show, is iu the cit...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 26 April 1895

REV. Diniel F. Warren. D.D., Rector Holy Trinity Church, Jersey City Heights, says: " Dr. Dearie's Dyspepsia Pills ?:r unquestionably pood. They ar<\ in ray (tpinion, ?II they claim to he. I have tried them und found In thi-m what 1 needed. I tielieve ihrv will cure Dyspepsia, anil thai is saying much for any med? Inc 1 am jjl.nl, therefore, to c.;.<' my testimony." At slldnifgurts', ,5 ecu. Scad lauifor ? ftce sample. UK. J. A DEANli CO., Kingston, New York. WAKTKU. "VY/ANTED-Position by young uiaa a* ?un li? lt u?:u.. ,.r tttheru -<? position of Irjsl; a-n not jo-ald of woik. t'ru rv lirst re'o slicesnd recotn feisndatlons fttrulsha . Address \V. C. K., '.f ?cj,_hi 2;- 1 PJ -\\' ANTED?do to TOO Church street Norfolk, Va . m ITy- ii ?rnnl woikofesOM Lind. Order: com sik hi ?i ly ' >r all kiudsol relial le. first-slai* hvl -. ?>'e are free to assist II women Ri: > Jini in n j? 'Idle er eol ?red) In giUlli t work in V ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 26 April 1895

1 -T*l USHED lSjfi. PUBLISHED KYLBi' MOUSING EXCEPT MONDAY. Y1B01NUN BUILDING. MAIS AND COMMEBCE STUEET3. JL QI.ESNAN, Ov.m ii. tutvro i as ecoond-clats matter. fcHBOIROlil.ATlOSOl? l'UE VIRGINIAN is LARGELY in KXOISSS of ?u.. otb. r taper publi?li diuEasi ru Vii rIiiiu. lU-cueuliiu. u im Norfolk ?ml t'orumouth i* gri-atar ti>^m tbnl of any paper published or . ircn ate' >u the two c tlea. .t ig delivered in Mi. nt:.-* of N irfolk ksni bortsuiouth au.l mib ru :or in cout* a week. > ail - b riptioas, ?.??t?Re paid. Ftvt- Dol r- pa' '? ? ? ' l" ?'.? Dollars for ix bioiilhs. One Dollar aud I'n'ty Ci itta for thr*.- mouths: ami li ly Cents for ouo uiout . , . , , ... A.nertiH-m. UN iu-erti.1 at the rate of . > Cen-.kaS.i v-eI'hc-i insertion: euch subse? quent insertion ?7j Cunts, or ?>> Oenth WHi.s in-i ? 11.' iwm . mitt uav. t'otitiae tor? ar. not .1 owe t to cit e?.1 t' otr s| a o or ad?srtl*e other than then laRitimato...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 26 April 1895

PORTSMOUTH SHORT litt The Doings of Minor Importance Worth Jotting" Down. FIVE OTHERS IMPLICATED. Independent Candidates. Baseball To-Day. Row in Oil- Suburbs. Turning; Around the South I Street Baptist Church. A Runaway Cart Horse. The Booond day ol tLu primary will tuku ploeo to-day. Tlie lortsmoutbs ami Roauokua will try it o^aiu to-day aud to morrow. Seventeen liquor licenses were grant< ed in the County Court yesterday. A Dumber of liquor dealers iu this cit.r procured th<ir lioetiaes yesterday. Two un^ru women were carried to tho oouuty joii yesterday lor disorderly conduct. It is said that there will be ouo or two independent candidates ut tbe eleu lion next mouth. There was u regular drag out omong aoruo of tho colored deuzoua ou the tuburbs Wodnesdey uigltt. A inarriago liocuso was issued yostcr day to Levi Lleider to wed Ida Freed uiau, of tliia city. The. Portsmouth (irays' fnir opoucd Jubt uipbt with u fair attoudaoue. Tho Uroya were preaeut aud too...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 26 April 1895

Sec'y. Herbert's Decision to Order Out the New York and Columbia. THE PLAN NOW APPROVED, The Groat German Naval Demonstra? tion at Kiel. The News Gratifying to Patriotic Americans. Valua? ble Knowledge to Bo Gain? ed. Our Claim. The division of Secretary ol tee navy Herbert to detach the cruisers New York ! and Columbln from tho Wist India squud ron, adding them to the shins which, un* | dor Admiral Klrklnnd, will take pari In the Gerninn naval demonstration at Ko l. will bo gratifying to Americans. In tho first place, tho representation of tho United States by two such vessels only as the San Franolsco and tho Marblehond would have been rather shabby. Their presence tin supporled would hava seemed but an in? different compliment to our German friends, nnd especially would have ap? peared rather to slight Iho emperor per? sonally, whoso Interest in tho oomiug pageant has been unconcealed. Apart from these considerations, it is to he borne in mind that tho New York is tho most effici...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 26 April 1895

?lunov Mnrktit Hv Sontbern Ani>iii-iati>.i Pres?, firw Yobk,April 25.?Moucyon call htisbeon s)tsv lit 1 u2 percent, elos ug nl IV Sterling Ixebange is sleudv. with aotual business in nukers' l>:lt<> h*. lH8!a4S8J for sixty days ind 489ia489l for demand. I'ostod rates,489a499|. Commercial bills, '187J:US3. Oo\ornuiout boml-. higher. T1IK .:??< K mac.kkt?? IOBI SO Bins. American Cottou <>i'. 27J; American Cot? toi; od. prof, ?.<;. Aniorican Sugar Reflu fret, 10.-; An erican Migar P.e?neriei.prof. fe)4; American'tobacco, lOli American To Cuecu. pror, Uli: Atchisoil, Tov fKu mi i (itutu [<o, 0: Baltimore and Ohio, 5Ci Can? ada Pacific. 45 ; Chesapeake oud Ohio, 19: Chicago .md Alton, 149: Chicago. Burling ton und Qmucy, Hi: Chicago Can I'rust, ..' Veiawnro anil Lackawauna, 1683; Distil? lers and t'attlo Feeders, l?j Erie. l'2\: Kvie, t n r., 25; Ucueral Electric, 883 llbni s Cen...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 26 April 1895

iHMG?QWDnYSPnST Congressnm Then Were Not What They Are Now. THE STANDARD NOW HIGHER Tho Public Conscience of To-day Docs Not Countenance Excesses Which Our Forefathers Considered Mere Eccentricities. Det? ter Men Selected. [Special Washington l.cttor.i The Fifty-first congress was the tar? get for abuse and vilification of nil ex? tremist editorial writers in tho demo cra?e party, and the Fifty-third eon ?Tc>i!x. which has recently adjourned, lias been the target for tho crii icism am1 denunciation of all extremist, repub? lican editorial writers. While great men aro exerting leadership to the evo? lution of great events, It ia practically impossible f.v men to write the trtttha of history; and it i.s only ?fter individu? als and eongrefises uro dead that tin; truths can he ascertained and pub? lished concerning them. During the past two yenra. and particularly during tho last ten months, the majority party of the Fifty-third congress baa been the subject of n (Treat deal...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 27 April 1895

Ill ftSeilMGOfti the United States Requests a Few Days' From England, WARINES NOT YET LANDED The Views of Mr. Cleveland as Given by a Personal Friend. Mr. Bayard Has Undoubtedly Asked Great Britain For Fifteen Days' Grace Before Using Force Bt Boulberu Associate I l'raas. Washington, April 26.?At noon to ?Jay tho Nioitruguan Minister, Dr. Guz (linn, was without advices from Murugua *- to the decision reached by tbu Nica? ragua Govorumout regarding tho Brit S~li ultimatum, or us to whether British ?roops have been actually lauded iu I lie event of uou ootnuliauce, Uisud sices at ii late hour lust night iudicated shut there would nut tie au iuiuiediate compliance with the Jir 111 ?*11 detuauds. Nicaragua hits nut the uiouey in her imtiomil treasury to pay the liiduwuity lu lull, hut it ih believed that arraugo gueuts ciin be made iu tins country to ?conre it loan cijuul to the amount, for > which 11 ini le security will be provided. Notwithstanding the reports from Q.ondoti...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 27 April 1895

Stil! Energetically Engaged in Work. THEY EXPECT TO SUCCEED. In the Face ot Fearful Obstacles They Have Not Been Discouraged. Strong Faith in Their Theory. The Water Board is Wait? ing With Patience. The Artesian Well people appear not to have lost faith iu their ability to reach vrater. Yebterduy n reporter of THE Vitt? c.isiAN visited the water worka und found Mr. Henley, the engineer of tho Artesan Company, pegging away with all the enthusiasm of a man who ex? pected to tied the much desired liquid in the next tweuty-four hours. The company Beemed to havo uo end of grit ami have held on to tho work with uinMeily determination iu the luce of theTnost fearful obstacles*. Tho people of Norfolk would weloomo the success .d this outeruriau with glad? ness. 11 would most elfectiially pottle the water question and iu a manner to furnish p. much better article than could be hud from any other source. Tho Arteeiau Well Company have faith that they will eventually succeed, and the Water Bo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 27 April 1895

THE POPULAR /CIGARETTE MILD AND PURE, mapi TArTl'aUi by ALLEN & (ilNTFZR REV. Daniel F. Warren, D.D., Rector Holy Trinity Church, Jersey City Heights, says: "Dr. Deane's Dyspepsia Pills ere unquestionably good. Tlicy are, in rny sjpinlon, nil tlmy claim to be. i have tru-tl tflicm and found in them wii.u 1 needed. i ludicvu they will citrc Dyspepsia, and that is laying much for any medicine. 1 am glad, therefore, t<> give my testimony.'^ At alliiraggbu'. ij ceais. Seaid tu as foi a lice Utopie. uk. J. A. 1)1 JANE CO . Kindlon, N.cw Vu:k. W ,\ IVI'RIS. Mr ANTED?Position by young man a* ?at.li uiun, or otliei'a Eve pnaltloa of tr.isl; a>n nut at: uld of work; the vi rv i" -t re oreiicc and recoia^ anendstious rnrnishc >, Address YV.C. Ev, ihlsor. *?<?? ....... __ 'I-'- i-ffl \if ANTI l>-(Solo300Church street Norfolk, Va., IT If you want work ?fever) kind. Order* com Iiis; In dally for all kinds of reliable; ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 27 April 1895

r?t.vni.i*nr.tV 1866. PUBLISHED EVEBY. M0KN1XG EXCEPT MONDAY. VIRGINIAN DUiLDINO. MAIS AND COMMENCE StTtEBTS. M. GLENN AN, Ownkr. totere I as second-claw mattor. " XHK 01UCL'l.AllON Oi IUr. Vl?GiNIAN . is LAKUEl.V IN KXOE8S of ?n> c:h.: paper published in Bast ru Virgin Us citoulsti n i'i Norfolk in i ! ortsmonth js criater timii that ?I nay paper publish* i i or . Iron ate I iu the two i ii< i. it.? delivered iu the cities of Norfolk ?od Portsmouth and iab r ?? lor 10 cent- ?? week. ? ail - b riptiou*. : ? -t-w | \id Fit - Dollars per year; I'bree I >o ars for -n month*. One Dollar ?111 Fitly <.- t? for thre.' ni?utbN. n-.i I lit/ Oantt . ?. .t moot . Aavertiff-nitnts insert- I t t tri!?of ' Cemp a S.va> bFiuj r iN.itmio.v: ? :. ? i. ? unent Insertion 7 Cbsts, ot jtrawi issMTBi? r.TKnv utiieii i?av. r. -.-i: tors arr not allowed to ot.cc I ? er? 1 - or advartlte other ti.?u thoir icm r.-.. business, execpt by paying especially ...

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