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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 1 May 1895

VOL. XLVIin?NO. > 13a NORFOLK, VA., WEDNESDAY, MAY 1, 1895. PRICE 2 CENTS CHARGED WITH MMV A Novel Accusation Brought Against a Naval Officer. LIST OF SPECIFICATIONS. Naval Officers Declare There is No Precedent of Sutli Charge. Tho Verdict of ihc Courtmartial Awaited With Interest by Military Men. By Southern Associated Prosa. ?Washington, Apiil 30.?Tbo court martial of u naval oflioer for perjury is a uoveiiy iu uaval experience iu the United States so far ns tho beat meiuo fiea p;o. This, however, is tho leading specification under winch Medical In epeotor Ed. Kerabuer, ileet Burgeon of Admiral Meadoa' squadron, bun been ordered by Seorotsry Herbert to np pour before a eourtmurthil nr. the New Vork Navy-yard on Monday, May t'>. The detail ol tho court cousieta of Hear Admiral Johu G. Walker, president, Commodore ltukli Wallace, Capta, Albert Kautz, 'ILcouoro P. Kane, Wiu?old Sohley, Silus Casey and Henry P. Picking, Medical Direetora J'dward 15.'j.;sirt and ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 1 May 1895

1 QUARTERLY MEETING Another Delightful Banquet Last "Night. BUSINESS MEN'S ASSOCIATION-^ The Organization is Out of Debt and Has Money in the Treasury. Many New Members Received. The Rappahaimock, Line of Steamers. The quarterly meeting of the Business Men's" Association was held last nicht. Presidei t Heury read a short, but interesting report eongratn lating tho Association on its work and its success. Tbe Secrotnty also Bit - nutted his report,which along with tout of tbo President, was properly re ferred. Tbe treasurer's report showed tho organization to be in a splendid liimn oial condition?a surplus in tbo treas? ury ami no debts. The membership was reported as follows: Resident, - '4 ; non-resident. 3!?. Total. 2J3. Now members since February lltb. 34. The President called attention to tbo proposition of Mr. Williams of tbo Weeni's lino of steamers, offering to run a hue of boats from tbe Kappa bannock river to Norfolk, upon certain ooDditiouB. A meeting of the com? mittee to...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 1 May 1895

KNOWLEDGE Brings comfort and improvement nn<l tends to personal enjoyment when sightly used. The many, who live bet tfr than others and enjoy life more, with less expenditure! by nioro promptly adapting tbe world's host 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 Pigs. Its excellence is due to it? presenting In the form most acceptable and pleas put to the t:i<te, the refreshing and truly beneficial properties of a perfect lax etive: effectually cleansing the system, dispelling colds, headaches and levers rint permanently curing constipation, li has given satisfaction t>> millions and sttet with the approval of the medical profession, because it acts on the Kid? neys. Liver and Bowels without weak? ening them and it i* perfectly free from every objectionable Btibstani e. Syrup <>f Figs is for sale by all drug? gists in...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 1 May 1895

established is,;6. TUBLISUED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY. VIRGINIAN BUILDING. MAIN AND COMYlEltCH SI TtEET?. M. QLENNAN, Owsek. IHE 0IRC?LAT1OSOE THE VIRGINIAN la largely in kxcbss -i any otiu-r l kuvr luib.ifli'd iu Em I i u virgiuin. Its oiroalath u iu Norfolk iintl Portsmouth I* greater than that of au.\ paper published vr ? iron ate . In tbo two eitle?. it la delivered iu tin cities of Norfolk and Portsmouth and suburb* tor iu cont- u wick. ? ?il snbitrlptious, i-o-tigo paid Fiv. Dollars por year. I'bree Kollars lor -ix motttbs. One Dollar aud Fifty Cents f-r thro' mouths; au l fifty Cent-i tor out) ^"Advortitements iusertod nt therutoof T > Ci;s;n ? s i'At-.xFiKKi iNoBUtion; each subso uuent ttieertioti :>tl Cents, or 5 > Cents wkss i rau kvekv ? ruaa i?av. Contrac? tors ar- not allowed to exceed tboir spa u or lehcrtiso other Ibsn their legitimate business, oxocpt by payiug especially tut tho tamo. Tit Wbkklv VinoiMAN CAnot.isiAS. eight pages, ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 1 May 1895

PORTSMOUTH NEWS Portsmouth mmm Talcs of Facts and Points of New Occurrences. CHARGED WITH STEALING Effort to Revoke a Liquor License. Work on the Berkley Dock. Meet? ing of the Board of Supervi? sors May 14th. Personal anil General. Cbatubora Fire Company will bolt! their annual election to morrow night. Owing to tbo oootinual ruiu, no iierriea will bo picked to-day lor ship tuent. Benjamin Jordan was tinoil 8"> ami costs yesterday lor ou assault ou a woman. It i? saiil that the Seaboard Theatre will bo opened again in tbe fall by aomo ouo else. The Board of Supervisors of tbo county will not bold tbeir regular moot? ing until May 1 Ith. Bead the advertisement of n lost watch mid chain mid return as directed and receive a reward. The Police (.'oruiuisiiouers aro deter? mined to make tho police livo up to tbo regulations of the board. Tbo caso of >Iim Kidd oocttpiod tbo ? Itentiuu of tho Hustings Court yester? day aud will for several days. 'i'ue sivlo of tho Po...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 1 May 1895

American Industrial Union Just Formed at Chicago. START WITH 5,000 MEMBERS They Have for Their Objective Point the Eight-Hour Law. No Distinc? tions of Sex, Creed, Birth, Color or Trade Recognized. The Am cri can Industrial union,meant do draw its membership from every walk of life, 1ms been formed at Chicago. At the same time national bMoore and di? rectors were elected, and the organiza? tion put in shape to plain its standard in ovcry city, village and hamlet in the [UnitQd Brakes. Htf new union declares for organiza? tion for every one who works, no matter <wliat tho creed, soj.. birth or color may *e. The union will .-tart out. with a nioui IfTskir? of nearly 5,000, mast of whom arc telegraphers. Tho first union was orgaaircd in Chicago four weeks ago, and it has since been holding secret meeting? in order to give the organiza? tion a chance to get some kind of a .membership. Ith&s*nearly 800 members. In its declaration of principles tho .most striking is...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 1 May 1895

in llv Southern Assouintod Prem. *!ew Von?, April 80.?Money on cell has been ?hos ;it 1*2 par caul . cloeiiiB at 1* per eeut. ?Sterling eirliaugo is lirni. with actual busi? ness in baukera' Lulls at 4-S;a4^J tor sixty ^avs sad489}a489) for demand. Posted ratea, <83n490). Commercial bills, iSTiuisa. Gov? ernment, bumis. Urm. titf. stock mauket?clobiso bids. American Cotton Oil. 261; Amerioan Cot toi: oil. pref, 76}; American Sugar Itofln ?r:u. lot,; An eriran sugar Reuiieries.prof, 99; American Tobacco, 103}: American To- i kiacco, prof. I1U; Atchieou, Topeka and Bantu Fe, 61; Baltimore ami Ohio, .".?; Can? ed* Pacific, Chesapeake an l Ohio. 18|; ?.hi.cngot.ud Alton, 149; Chicago. Burling ?ounudQuinoy, 1JK: ChicagoQasTrust, 731; Delaware and Lackawanna, 15'J; lhstil ?ere aud Cattle I coders. I'm - Erie. 11}: Erie, pref., 24);Oeuoral Electric,33}; Illinois Cen? tral, 91; Lake Erie aud Western. 20; Lake ifcrie ami Wr ateru. pref.. 70; l.aWo .Shore, U3: Louisville aud Nashvi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 1 May 1895

Richmond as the Centre of Virginia Gossip am! Events, HARD TO GET CANDIDATES Honrico Independents Can't Find Men to Run on Their Ticket. Ex-Gov. McKinney in Richmond. Mar? riage of Mr. das. Johnston to Miss Wilkinson. ISpoeia! Dispatch to tliG Virginian. Bicbmono, Va., April 30.?The Hcunco independents uro having n hard tinio of it gutting Candida tee to ruu ou their tiokot, I'estorday Mr. T. P. Taylor declined the notniuutton for Treasurer nud to-day Mr. iieorge Washington Thotuns nnuouueed that ho conld not allow Inn uarue to lie put up for Commonwealth's Attorney, Tho ?nti-Dcmoeriits aro now vorv muoli puzzled as to what is beat for theni to do. They will probably try to supply the vacant places on tho tioket, but it ?will be difficult to got available men t.. rut). Mes-srs. Thouiua uud Taylor are both geutleuicn whoso politics are doubtful, aud thoy are popular with represcntottvea of all parties. Mr. (Southward is making a big light for Sheriff, a position ho fillud lor muiiy v...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 2 May 1895

GREAT STRIKE IN GOftL FIELDS1 Many Thousand Men Have Stopped _Work. REDUCTION WAGES PROPOSED Etrike of Minors in Flat Top Coal Fields a Serious Matter. Business Generally Suspended. Hands Thrown Out at Lambert's Point. Siiips Delayed. The strike in tho t-'lat Top coal fields |>f Yirgiuiu aud West \ i re in lit milstol toecessity seriously affect the ooul trade oi this port, Norinlk being ihr ship? ping point lor the major purt of luo kitoduct of theso fluids. '1 he strike has put u stop to the lorul thg of all vessels itt Lambert's Point, tfuusiug about two hundred men tu lie thrown out ?.f employment ami u delay In tho loading of thirteen schooners at anchor near ihut puiut, which uro ul ready chartered. Some of tho vessels will likely cancel ibeir charters and eeck cargoes at other ?points. The following nie tho schooners ?waiting cargoes; Agnes E Manson, <Jlaro A Donuell, Clarence H Veuusr, \leorgio L Dicksou, Helen Ii Benetliol, John 'l'woby, Leauder V Beeb...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 2 May 1895

i ?iti m ii Money to Support the Government This Year. THE SHOWING VERY GOOD. Commissioner of the Revenua Capt. VV. W. Dey Has Completed the Tax Roll For the Present Year. The Tabulated Statement Is Interesting. Cotrruistiouer of the Kevenuo W, W, l)ev, has completed ms Statu lex r..ll for*the yeur 1895. 1 he rate of tares is the same as last year. 30 cents on the SIO0 for the support of the State and 10 cents for tho support of schools. The tax on iucoiuob is computed at the rate ol Si per ?100. The tabulated statement is as follows: 1 r.UBOKAL I'BOPKBTY, SCBCOCtiE A, Tax. CGH while males oxer 21 yeara. taxed at it.* r,63l (0 8,457 c li re i males ? Ter .'1 ycar?, simu tax. :fr'27 00 S,091 rusies over -1 years....9 u> Si BEDVIJC 1'. \ ahtntion. Togs.8 O.e UJ Horses, mules, asses, .eunst a .1 i out?. oti.GiU tie Csttle. Sf.fiO !'<> )leisure- larriagea. ct.-. &....7? nu Books, picturts et . ai.teo uo Vanning tmplemeais, etc.... 50 Wl Ii?oh...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 2 May 1895

I IQUIDS can't cure Dyspepsia, neither will drastic griping pills of mercury. Dr. Dcanc's Dyspepsia Pills Tvill and tin. You can get a sam? ple sent yon. free for the asking, t?? prove it. They contain no mercury rior opium. 11 you have dyspepsia, better send for them. DR. J. A. DEANR CO.. Kingston, New Votk. }my- \v ? Bgl W At'AN i t> rhil TV A tVI'Klt. ANTED In ? ifc ?I Norfolk Fi t )? i L irks, lluulersvillc. ni '.! :; Hoi nl on J iwj ui . d ? i i luld. AddriSi K..\l , Virginian oflive. ftlNUI.K i.l N i I.k.M VN d*s 10- board i n 1 ro nu *' n private a ?-. e.i.n.c- exchange I. \ ??r.- > i .. Virginian ol ? . n? TiOAItli ? !? 11 ?? gentlemen ..in 1.1 late? J) well furnished roon.e uml lloor, in vent ml *>nt ut Dir . nr. *rtih lioard, ibr -in per iu e h ?a Ii by addressing 110A It D, box i , Cll,? i cdioo. inyl-tf r>> m.i i- v in i: p m i n.\ r i'tt wllbdnkni em Krok i.e.- Agency ?row Norr.ilk, Va . end "hi i ilu< n?...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 2 May 1895

KSTABUSHKD is ;6. PEBLISHED EM.UY MOUSING EXCEPT MONDAY. VIBQIN1A.N BUILDING. HAIN am' * OMSIEBCK Si'UKErs. ' M-Ol.ESSAN. On s i iu ~THK CIRCI L.AT10SOF TUB YlltOINIAN U liAKOKLY IN KXOBSS ? ?n. olhvi ! 1 ater ptibii*h' U in Best i ii Virnluni. Its etrculatl n Norfolk ami Portsmouth it ,;r?.ater ibaii that "f any paper publishod 1 or i ircn ate I 'o 'bo two '' 'tea. it m delivered iu the cities i>f Norfolk und pornuuoutli mill suburbs tor 10 ceuts a, week. Vail ?iib.<i riptiona, postage paid. JF.v Dollar* p?t year; three Dollars for --ii mouths. Una l>oli?r Kill Kitty Cents for | tbroi' naouth?; au i fitly Oent? tor oue iiiont ?. Advertisements iusertcd ;>t tue r.ite of ~'> Ckvis a StUAi K Kiiim iNsKin ion: eieh ?ubse uueut m?ertio!i ?' Ckxts, or 61 Ousts WHEN INsli TEH KVKtii i it: i it l?AV. t'nutrao tors are not ?Howe.I to exceed t! ctr spa o : or iiiberttso other tlian tbeir leKi'ttunta business, ?'xcipt b> paying...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 2 May 1895

A Note Book History of Leading Events of the Day. LYNCH BURG VS, PORTSMOUTH ((dependent Fire Company Not to Visit Marrisburg and Atlanta. Clergy? men on a Pleasure Trip. Tho Coining and Going ol Peo? ple- We Know. Tiio Norfolk County Court will nil Joum for the term to ddy, Mr. und Mrs-. Luwreu?? returned liom tbeir bridal trip yesterday. 'i lie raiu bus prevented tlio teams Iroiu the two eitlen meeting iu friendly r:o i) teat. 1 he unuuul eh ctiou of officers of tbo Chambers l ue Company will take place to-nigbt. 1 he trip ol Ibo clergymen lo the capes baa beeu postponed on account of the weather. \lr>, Coakley, wifeol Louis Coakley, rrus buried io Onk drove Cemetery yes ti rday at leruoou. The ruin lost uigbt caused the streets lo have a deserted appearance, except arouud the botet, Tbe general oiliees of the Seaboard ^ir Liiio will close at I o'clock on Saturdays hereafter, there i?re Bovoral more of tbo youth Jul thieves at large, t he police ure on Ibe lookout lor th...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 2 May 1895

IF INTEREST II) WOMEN Mrs. Arnctte Sunnier Rose and the Profession of Nurse. WOMAN'S SUFFRAGE WORK Vornan Bicyclers Neatly Gowned. Co op-:i-ai:ve Housekeeping;. Miss Galas on Suffrage. Her Esti? mate of True Economy on Extended Trips The field of the trained nurse is i?-r naps one of the least, if uot the least, fcireuuUfCribcd < .f the many avocations open to wuim n. The qualifications are, however, of a serious nature, so much so that it tal.es to its ranks only the Wist intelligent, and even intelligence must be supplemented by such grace of smind and spirit thai tbo average woman As not only unfitted for the field, hut ;the field itself is of ncritical disposition kind regards tho picking und choosing ol its workers ns itv own prerogative. * A bilk with Annette Sunnier Rost jflio editor of The Trained Nurse, has jthrown a lit'.l"' light upon a sub.it-1 awlrich to the geuoral public is a dark one?dark until experience perhaps throws a little light upon it and a nun MKS...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 2 May 1895

cohhm mm. noiicV Uarkrt Ht Boatberu Associated rrn*?. VkwYokk, Muy 1.?Mouey oucull Inn boon ?a?v Ht la1! percent .dosing at lla'i percent. Sterling exuhanga Is easier with actual busi ai- f~ in bankers' bills at 488JalSS5 for sixty Slays aud is:?IV? for demand. Posted rates. ?Bspiiyj. Commercial bills, ;?7ut87j. Uov ?rumeitt bond-, ttrm. ihk 8t0? k uakkkt?ClAMIKO bios. Aiiicii. hu Cotton ?>i . 27: American Cot? ton Uil. i ref, 76: Aiuo'riciin Sugar Iti tin trits, 11.':, Au orienn ? ugar Refiuories.p'rer, iUL'Atuericau lobneco, lUSJi Amorieau To fcacco, pref, ius; At hi-un, Topeka und (Santa ho, 01: Dnltiinore aud Ohio, 56: Cau ada Paeitlc. 47; Chesapeake and Ohm 18| ?Vhiougoand Alton. 149; Chicago. Ihlrliug touuudQuiUcy, 74$; Chicago Oas Trust, 74; l>clauare und Lacknwanua, 159: Distil? lers aud Cattle Feeders. i'Ji Erie. Hi: Erie, sn-r . 24l;Ueueral Klectric, 333; Uliuols < ou trat, '.jj; Lako Brio an i Western, '20,; Lake 1 ri ami Western, pref.. 7...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 2 May 1895

Awful Rites of the Fort Ruport Indians of Vancouver. SUPPOSED TO BE QUITE WILD How They Initiate New Members Into the Ghoulish Order of Corpse Devourers. Some of Their Peculiar Societies. Other Traits of Character. _ I Dr. Franz Buns has just taken to j Washington BOine wooden liiask.s. carv? ings und other things of interest collect- ! ed from the bo called Fort Rupert In? dian.-, who dwell "t tln? north end of the Island of Vancouver. These ore thoinost primitive savages ou tho northwest coast, nnd fclioy still practice cannibal? ism. Formerly they kept slaves, whom they would kill :uid eat at their core tuonials, bnl the whites have put u stop lo that. So now they devour dead bodies Instead. The latter are mummies, in fact, being inclosed iu boxes after death sad placed high up iu tho branches of tall twos. That is the method of burial customary with the tribe. The corpses thus disposed of do urn decay, but dry up. When ouo of tin iu is ucoded for tho purjxise here referred to, i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 3 May 1895

unit nut Meeting of the Council Commit? tees. A SATISFACTORY DISCUSSION Will Possibly Come in On the Bram ileton Basis if Free Bridge is Guaranteed. Want to Come to Norfolk, But Would Like to Walk. There nre ti Dumber ol men in Nor? folk who deserve imieli cremt lor their energy displayed iu an ullort lu bring about tho anuexnl'ou ut Berkley to ?Norfolk, which will of necessity Lo of much fiiil.Htnut.iiil beuetlt to both. The Norfolk Council oommittee. composed of Messrs. Leigh, Cookc, Iteasloy aud Campe, nud tho Berkley committee, composed ol Messrs, Rockefeller, Win tun: .der, Berkley, Aliilor and Graves, hud u coufereuue yesterday iu tho Treasurer's oflloe in Ibis oity, with Mr, Leigh iu the chair. After reading tlio rosolutious under winch the t?o committees wero ucttug a nil tho lirambletou annexation not. ?Sir, Mnler nud Mr. Rockefeller ad? dressed lim conference, expressing the viuuti of the people of Berkley, aud aiulum thnt ttiu Berkley ooniiuitteenieu would like to know wh...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 3 May 1895

Business Men Listen to Their Statement Yesterday. WOULD BENEFIT NORFOLK President Williams Says He Will Give Norlolk A.I the Boats Desired if He is Guaranteed Indemnity. Another Meeting to Be Held. A meeting of Norfolk citizens was! held yesterday at the Business Men's Association at G o'clock to cousider the proposition of President Williams, of tho VVeems Line, vvho has been asked by the people ot Norfolk nud those of the rlappahauuock river valley to establish u liue of boats irom Norfolk to Frederickabnrg. Assisted by Tnk Virginian yester? day this is possibly the riebest agricul? tural section of Virniuia, sixty miles nearer Norfolk that llaltiiaore, yet has first class transportation to I'ultimo re, nud uoue whatever So Norfolk. hoods AND PASSENOEIIS, Goods and passengers from Norfolk have either to go via Baltimore or Frederteksburg nud consequently it is impossible for Norfolk to meet Rich? mond competition on the ouo hunt! mid Baltimore on the other. So for us being of nny ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 3 May 1895

?RflHD TRUNK OFFICIAL Insomnia no Longer a Terror ot" the Hard Worker While Paine s Celery Compound Exists. Mr. N. J. Grace Speaks in Praise of it. Ouo of tlie clearest cutnplexfoned, best looking men in Uoston to-day. mya tlie Boa ton Globe, is a promiueut New lSugieud egeut of a great railroad, who uses 1'n u?'s co ery cotnpoiiu I spring an i fall, and ?h j^o Wife aud children take it daily during tbo ?piittg mouths. Mr N. J. Grade of the Grand Trunk is a no ieBt maii.oue of tli 1 o-1 -1 it; ?? 1 ^uuiloini a In Boston and a thorough railro.il man. When n-k-d about the merits of Pa nu s f( crj romp uu i be s.h I bo believed in it thoroughly, had used It bimsoll au.l in ins family tor Iwo years with the most gratify tog result'. "My I OVS ato usiug ,t now, l;o said, ??and I buli.vo thoi o Is nu beti> v spring medic! a than iVne's celary ootnuouud. A touch of the mal h a llrst urn d me to try it. am) Inno? tni tint . wh< ii run down, as mont every oio i- at ii t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 3 May 1895

ESTATtMSHKO 1** 6. rCDLISil?D EVKBY MOUSING EXCEPT MONDAY. VIRGINiAN uUlbDlNG. MAIN AS" COMJaElP li STUKKL'S. M GI.ESSXN. Owxan. T?ROtBOtH.ATlOSOF T II K VI HG IN I AM Is b&RGBlA I S KXOESS i ?u ? other taper publish din East ru Virgin i. liseirculati u i'i Nor!.'it; mul 1'orlsmouth i* greater ilmii tli it of any papo; |i iblishe.l or eiieniBte I tn the two etiles. it is delivered iu the cities of Sort Ik ml Portsmouth niul suunru. tot- III eon:- a week. ail sub k rlptiona, post >ce paid. Site Dollar? per your; fhree Dollars to tx mouths. Gun Dollar ?tu! fifty Gent? f t thro- mouths: an i li t/ Oeuti tor one moat?'? Advertisamt iusertod at the rate of 15 Ckmi i s. i i uPtu?TiN Kin ion ten h suose-I qnent itiaartion " Cksts, or ;"> ? i'knt.4 WBtN lNM.'TKi r.vKiiv ? i iiv.it i<av. i.'outrac lors uro not iiHotva i to o\oe .1 t e:r spa e or ad>ertlse other than their legitimate business, exc.pt by pay in.; especially lor tbe ssnie....

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