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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 1 January 1895

VOL. XLV1III?Ko. so: ?OKFOLK! VA.. TUESDAY. JANUARY 1* 1895. PRIGE2CJH2NT New Year's Day and Its-Festivi? ties. 1895 MAKES_ITS BOW "Ring Out the Old, Ring in the New." Receptions and Old Time Joyousness at the Ad. vent of Another Year. The Liat. E gtateen hundred and ninety-five. Tbo uprightly youugter arrived last uigbt promptly at 12 o'clock. He graciously makes his how to the worul at large aud cheerily promises *o bo a very obedient servant, agreeing to he joyful when wo wish ?nin to he aud inoroso when we ?wish it. Still bis pranks will have to he tolerated, and though hie blustering March wiuda aud weeping April ?kies should occasionally intrude upon the fair Juue euulignt of our own bright plans, wu should uot ?rnnd hiui too uaugbty a fellow for ?11 thai, for these things must come. And wheu December wraps the fast fading year iu h?r winding ? beet of suuw and brightens his giving eyes with the lustre of joy troni the l?ay of Days, bo will puss Into history aa have done his p...

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. — 1 January 1895

ITS SOLEMN DEDICATION The Newly Erected Chapel of the Sacred Heart, THE BEAUTIFUL SERVICES, Performed Sunday Morning by Bishop Van de Vyver, of Rich? mond. Address by Father Cowardin, of Baltimore. Appropriate tVIusic. The Catholic Chanel of tho Snored Heart on VWst York Btreet was solemnly dedicated to tbe service of Cod on" Sunday morning by Right Rev. Bishop Van do Vyver, of Rich? mond. At 7:;ll> n. m. the Bishop celebrated mass and an hour laior Father Cowardiu conducted tho same service. At both of these services children and those nuahie to attond the dedication services at 10:30 o'clock were present. TUT. DBDIOATIOX, At the appointod hour the services of dedication wero begun. They were nnpresMve ami beautiful. Tue Bishop, dressed in full pontificals, with mitre aud crosier, preceded by two aeoiytes, Masters 13arry and Wultou, ond atteuttcd by two can dlebearers, Matters Glennau and Carroll, followed by tho lie vs. Fathers McCarthy, Cowardiu, Doherty aud Lynch?in surplices...

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. — 1 January 1895

Mm. j. &. Lansing, of South Glen's Fulb. tahUUM Count]/, tV. rewrites: "After my third Child was born, 1 buroly gainer! strength enough in two years' time, to be Eble to crawl about to accomplish the littlo ousu work that I bud tu do, and tint only by lylnic down to rest many times each day; bud sick hcadaeho very often, many fmtns and aches all ho time. After I had taken oco bottle of your ' Favorite Prescription' I could soo n k rent change in my ntrcngth and lets nick headaches. Con? tinued taking tho> medicine until I bad taken seven bottles of the ' Favorite' and one of tho 1 Golden , Medical Discovery." I Mns. Laksino. am now oblo to do housework for myself and husband and two children aged nino aud tlve. 1 enjoy walking a mile et n timo. 1 am sure It Is all due to Dr.PlerOe's Favorite l'rc* riptiou at. 1 was failing fast be-fore 1 commenced to Elite lt." Sohl by deiders everywhere. JtHvrHimntit of Mis cOim, fin Hiu or tut, M emit lor ont intei tiotu 60 emu 'or i^r??. 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. — 1 January 1895

fUULlSUKO EYllti MO UN 1 noBXU?FX' MONUAY.. VIRGINIAN BUILDING. aiAUi AM? C?MM?K?B BTBKKrra. ?j, Gl.ENNAN. OWK?u. Katered ?t ?cand-clas? ??11 uiutter. " tui' ciitcuiiation of tiu: viBorNj IAK b LAROEIA IN EXCESS of any othor purer published in Lastern Vir 8!Hs"clrcolation tu Norfolk an.l l'ortp Kontb is Rrcater than that of any P?P" nbUibe*or oiroolated in tho two oiUe?. Mtistioliverod in tho ciiios of Norfolk and Portsmouth and ?nVir.rbs for lucenu a * etk. M all BUCBc-riiHlouo, P??^KCJW* f ive 1 oll*? year; Three ?ix months: ?ne Dollar and Fifty Lenta for thron months; ai>'' Fifty Cente for one "?rtitemcnts insert^ at tho rate of 76 Cents a BgciliK 1 IBBT Inhi btion; ot.Oh nbaeonent intcreion 87> Ckntk, or .?J Cf.nt? WBXS ISaKMTED EVBIlt OTUKIi DAT. Contraetoro nre not allowed to exceed | their iv-hco or advertise other than tlieir legitimste business, exoept by rBving ?rrrtfillv for the shiiic. ThitYVstmy VivoiMAN MtDCa?ou?URi tieht paces, i* dellTered, poetaRe paid, three ...

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. — 1 January 1895

PQRTSMQUTHPARAGRAPHS The Newsiest News for the New Year, ATLANTIC AND DANVILLE R. R. Schools Open To-morrow-- Slight Mayor's Court Business-Pleas? ant Missionary Meeting Steamer Fern Arr;vcd Chrislmas Music. A baupy New Yonr to all. All the schools open to morrow. Tlio postollico will keep Sunday lours to day. Eighteen hundred and uiiioty-four Ib a thing of the pust. The dispatch steamer Fern ar? rived at the yard Sunday. Head the advertiaemeut of Levy f. Jacobs iu another column. This is the time to rnako good resolutions nud stick to tliom. The colored people will ce'ebrato *.bo emancipation procluuiution to? day. The Young Men's Christian Asso? ciation will keep opcu houae all day to-day. The Atlnntio and Danville rail, toad moved all their ollicus to Nor? folk yesterday. Gol. Juinea A. Clcmonts left yes ?orday for New Orleans on Govern? ment business. Zion'B Buptist Church, colored, -V.ill not bo dedieuted until about tho first Buudoy in May. Tho music in most of tha churches t)...

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. — 1 January 1895

BRIGHT BERKLEY BULLETIN Rich Resume of Readable Lo? cal News, FUN AND ENTERTAINMENT, The Elks' First Ladies' Social. Program Well Rendered. Large Attendance. Christmas En? tertainment. Children*' Part/ Notes. The first ladies' social of tho Berk lev Lodge No, 278, B. P. O. Elke, to'<k place last night at Market Hall aiiii was largely attended by the ladies. The following programme wan ably rendered: Address of Welcome by Pro. J, M Berkley fcoio. "Appear at Tijy Window, ' Urogn M 1? A. J . i 'illi Ott. Recitation, "The toll of hints faro," M in Sophia *v illiaim. Solo, "?T'Miig is wnly L its,' L.ljQauglorT Mi* Jolln I?.l''oii'Uhu. ltecitatiou, 'I uehesj ay, MifP l.o-.i Wbitwortli. Dutt. "Beaut tui Moonlight,' 8, mover Mr*. I . u ?? und M;-r< Ltbol Moon1 rian.> enlo. ' Baltarelle' ..st ot?on LUirk ? rn .lougliiiis, B rU i> Mandollu Club. Bold. ''L-?iiuie, ' , .Troloro Mine Fm'tli riau > solo, 'Tanfare ites Miagen-i." .Uoieoirit t Mis* Cory. Ch.tit..1 r >. L. It. All ...

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. — 1 January 1895

Fluctuations of the Markets Yes- j terday. MONEY ON CALL WAS EASY. | Chicago Wheat Market Closed Higher. Baltimore Flour Closed Dull. New York Flour Clos? ed Dull. New York Grocery Market. By Southern Associated Pr6?s. JJew Youk. Doccmoor 8t?Money on call easy, at Ijaiperceati la?t loan at i per oeut. nn<t closing offered at 1 per tont. Uterllug exobauge firm, with as ?ual business in hi nit erf' bills at I87|a ?87 j for sixty days aad 4ftS?at&S! for rie tUKud. Posited rntei, 41?al83t. Caniniar cinl bills. 4SG|al37. CluTerument bouds closed steady. Tnit stook M*ntter?nr.o<tv<i am*. 4merics.il cotton Oil. 2.'i: American Cotton Oil, preferred, 67|?63; American Sugar J HeUncries. 8i)j: Aiuencu Sugar Itefiueries, preferred. 90Jj Amnr tosii Tobaoco, 93; American To buuco preferred, 108 Atolrsnn. Topuaa ?n?l Santa Fe. 4j: Haltluiore ?ud Ohio. Gl); Oauatls Pacific, ??'.?. Cbesa? renk?- and (lino. 17); Chicago an i Alton, 18| Chicago, Uurliugtoil and tjoiucy, Si; t lucsgo Oms T...

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. — 1 January 1895

THE STATE CAPITAL. Matters of" Interest to All Virgin inns. Br-eclal DirputcU to The Virginian. BlCHMOKD, Vs., December 31.? Jf there fare any Dew developments in the eebool book matter they Lave not come to tUo surface. Mr. Mas eey is still at hi* home io Albomarle, but is expected back here by Wed? nesday, wbeu it is presumed he will proceed to make Rood hi* promiee to sue Hie Norfolk Pilot fordern ages. It is not known positively Tviiu will be Mr. Masseys lawyers, but as stated a few days ago it 1? deretood tout ?o is anxious to secure lion. Wolter U. Staples as h?? cliiof counsel. The American Book Cdui pauv uo doubt will associate with its chief attorney in New York, a mem ber ol thu bar at Norfolk to conduct its suit. To morrow being New Year's day, Gov. O'Ferrall will hold a reoeption at the F.xecutive Maneiou from uuon to 4 p. m. No invitations have been sent outaud everything will be eu ttrely luloruia). His Excellency is desirous of meeting all his friends and requests any...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 1 January 1895

NORFOLK'S TRADE EXHIBIT FOR 1894 SHOWS A SPLENDID BUSINESS OF $91,198,348.00. VOL. XL VI III--- KG. 30:_NORFOLK' VA? TUESDAY. JANUARY 1. 1895." EBIOE2 QBSNT f NORFOLK, Portsnnouth, Berkley, Port Norfolk and West and South Norfolk?The Elizabeth River and Its [Branches, etc. _ HE VIEW presented above affords an excellent conception of the Harbor of Norfolk and Portsmouth and th surrounding. Tie City of Norfolk occupies the ccntr.il ground, with the City of Portsmouth and the towns of Port and West NorfolK to the left and Berkley and South Norfolk below. The beautiful Elizabeth River and its branches is well represented, while the entrances of the James River ami of Chesapeake Bay as well as Hampton Roads, ihc Capes and the Atlantic Ocean are located. The grouping, al a glance, teiis the story of the futuic possibilities ol the coming great city. In its great special issue of August 5th, 1879, The Virginian presented a full page map of Norfolk, showing the plan of proposed extension an...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 1 January 1895

$91,198,348.00 The Virginian's Trade Review for 1894. H SHOWING UHSUBPPSSED l? THE HISTORY OF THE CITY It Is a Record of Progress and Development of Push and Linterprise. TflE FIGURES PRESENTEDjjEJLOWT BHD CONVINCING They Show a Jubilee Year Epoch With Others to Follow of Greater Magnitude. JILL BRBHCHES OF BOSIPHHOW STEADY l|HP80VEplEHT piantylng Foiwaio to Occupy Her Proud Position as me Business Jileiio poiis jjf me Souin. THE PREDICTIONS OF lYIAURY AND DUDLEY IVIANfl BEING VERIFIED A Great Array in the million Line in the Various Branches o! Our Rapidly Growing Trade. The Virginias, with more thiiu I ordinary gratification, presents its j review of tho trade of Norfolk for the year 1894, just olosed, anil it is; confident it ^ili he received with a eiwilnr feeling on thu part of every I well wisher of our city aud section. I Tho figures exhibited demonstrate | the rBj i 1 stride Norfolk is taking m its march for metropolitan position among tho great cities of the Smith. In 1884,...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 1 January 1895

i ii| its Concluded from second pa-yc. satisfactory, aud groat develop? ments uro expected iu the Western fields, As a rule, truck farming in Vir? ginia puys haudsouieiy. Tuuro are yearn when tlio net returns aro fcinr.ll, but us a general average tbe farmers uro weil to do, aud nearly alt of them have money in bauk to tbeir credit. It will bo remenibered in tjie fiuuucial panic two yoars ago that tbe money dopoaited in the banks of Norfolk to the credit of the lurm ers of Kastern Virginia saved this financial centre lroiu iucouvenience, The farm hinds ot this highly favored section uro attracting tho utteutiuu of tho agriculturalists of tho West, who are now negotiating for tho purchuso of lauds with u yiew to io Dating. Thrifty Western poople, nccua tomed to contend with bout uud cold, can find delightful homes nod snrroniidiugs?a laud protected from tho Western cyclouo by the everlasting bills of tho Jlluo jftidge and AlUghnuy mountains, upon whoso western walls the northern blas...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 1 January 1895

tiffin Concluded from third page. machinery, and capable of doing buv manufacturing necessary to Bteem navigatiou or r-nlroud loco? motion. The bnsiuess will amouut to about 8300.00? this year, against $200,000 iu IcSl. CARRI AGES AND HARNESS. For a number ol years the dealers ?ml manufacturers of ibis city turn? ed eat and bandied ouly goods of high gradts. Such vehicles lotiud ready sale in all the cities aud couu ties of Virginia aud Carolina. Of late yenrs ti.ey have beeu brought in direct competition with lunch cheaper, but at tbe same time, iufe rior goods from the West, resultiug in a largo reduction of tho values of wholesale business. The Noriolk xuaoulactnrcrs nave, however, plac? ed upon tbe market, especially for tbe iulaud trade, a number of cheap vehicles with which they have beeu able to meet Western prices, uud the new departure bus gaiued lost grouud. Iu 1881 tb?? total mauu faotaro wns put ot $275,000, 1894 will show 8850,000. Norfolk's deal? ers are conservative u...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 1 January 1895

iM4Q R?GQT? Bf BuU?iug improvsruButs. e REVIEWImJEII ye0r3 pearly Twenjy-?ue Hun?rea Build? ings EreGiefl, VALUED fiT KEptRLY $5,0G0,00?.C0 nearly One TiiousaRl E.ecie? DuriR3 t!\e Past Year, II A COST OF NEARLY SK000.0G0.00 mis SteiDQ Does Kol iniDrace inwove [ Repairs. i record mmnm in we southern states Tb9 exhibit tbat Tin: VinotsiAS fresmts as to building cintruo ion iu t bis city is a most remarkable cbowiag of tberapiil growth und ue volopnieut of Norfolk, The simple announcement, that since the 1st ol Jauuury, 1SS5, to the .'list uf Dcceiu uor, lsbl. there have been erected 1,175 brick aud stoun buildings and V78 frame hot^OB, making a total of S, 153 buildings, at a valuation of 64,641,003, furnishes the story in a nutshell, and it is a record that is not equuled by any other ctty iu the South, and by possibly no city lu the country, starting with a like population, without any of the "boom" features to promote u prowth. Ah the figures will show, the greatest development in...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 1 January 1895

PLEASURE RESORTS KOr.FOLK S FACILITIES FOB REST UND KGSEMIOI ?I bo I'nrk mill ?rlv? ami oilier Attraction* ir? >nmcroun mid j oi i a?r Acccim? toiv i'iiuc?. if .\?\, Siir|in?? ll. For pleasure, recreation ami fa? cility for couiiort, Norfolk affords many advantages, ami is siugtilarly fortunate. Su iuany indeed are tbo Attractions ia thu respect?splendid summer and winter resorts, boating, Fail i .:, excursions, beautiful roods, pT> a' stretches of bridges cros>ing the beautiful brauohes of the Eliza betb River, tjaudsouio suburbs, etc., that the city up to a year a^o btul no public park. Sbo Las, however, remedied this, having secured 12u acres, beautifully located, with for? est and writer view and lawn, which will become, under proper manage i incut, ono of tbc handsomest parks in the country. Besides, tliore i3 the Naval ricBpi tal 1'nrk, a forest grove of seventy lire acres, on tbo Portsmouth 6ido, which is always resorted to by tbo people of Norfolk nud visitors. 'J b...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 1 January 1895

RORT NORFOLK The Thriving and Prosper? ous Town, WITH II MOST Umm II BEFORE II Handsome Surburban Resi? dential Seotion. It is the elite residence section of Norfolk harbor. It is in the line nat oral of the natural and necessary growth of the cities. The situation iB incomparably the best to be fonnd on the Atlantic coast; land is high and well-drained and commands a perfect view of the harbor; lots are laid out on a large Bcalo?10x110 feet?with wide avenues, giving but five lots to the acre, as against ton to fifteen lote per acre, as in other subdivisions. The building np of West Norfolk and the construction of a bridge bo tween West Norfolk and Port Norfolk, will make of the two villages a thriving city. Factories and residences now greet the view, where a few months since there was no intimation of a city. The overwhelming proof that a few years will accomplish this is evidenced by the rapid and perma? nent improvements already made, in the face of the most striugent times our ...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 1 January 1895

WHAT SEWING MACHINE IS THIS? THE SINGER MANUFACTURING COMPANY'S S.3 IMCUlloxi Soldi we make 12 million @oM! ~ ught Running, 117 Styles "5-Dr8W6F Cstiinot Work Points: Noiseless of ~ M0IT1LT PflYMEMTS?^ -? UlCPillES FOB Hiliy llbTO RiiC !|S IVI A L. L AND REGULAR. (P4 ? i J Faill?y WOrk, WE MAKE _Write for Circular or call and see._ ^IllY.?fl Tfllloril!l(y Work Central Office: Branch Office: auiMsu T? w rk. Tll styles ?? ?? mi mm narnebb vv ufk, ?p m E> Broafj M#> mmfi |8. i8i main st.,Norfolk, fa. Fop shoe work, ^ ?F ^ ^ fli~~|iii|p M^ofsctiiFinj Jo" ^a I _jMICllllES FPU FililLf USE! "norfolk. v?. RELIGIOUS AND MORAL BIIIOST EVERY DEK0MIHAT1OK HAS HEPRESEMflllOH tn ore TU an Thlr.r shci-o? Edifices, Vnlurd at ?SOO.OOO?All Utn?m< limn on* Itepreacnted?*t?mo I.lc;:m?? SirilCllirvK?II !?? toric M- I*n UP*. Tbcre are iu Norfolk prosperous churches for almost evory creed aud denuminatiou, In ?er busiucss af? fairs, when the Btraoger is called upon to deal largely with n cobjuo p...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 1 January 1895

IK Horfoik's Splendid Fa?iiities by Reil ana Water. CONNECTIONS NORTH, SOU1U, IAS1 AND WES1 S BemaiKaDle Snowing of Giowm and Development. THE GREAT TBOtfK" RBILBOflB lines Leading onward 10 tlie Kings CM. ?.000 MIES RAIL. 17,000 WATtR 1RASSP0R1A110S deled Review d me Rcspectcve Lines by Roil Dirt Wafer. Norfolk ha9 become in tue pas ten years a great railroad terminal. Great trunk liuos with great ruil woy connections put in quick reaoh. "the kino's ohambbb among the qreat harbors," as Maury the great navigator and "Pathfinder of tbe Seas and Geographer of the Main" described it. As a recent writer remarked, ".iud a King's chamber tiuly, it is to laudsmeu dwelling on the plain, a view quite apart from the view of those who g down to the fea in ships." baltimore with half a milliou souls, occuping one of the courts to this chamber, the estuary of the Patapsco; and in its graml natural aqueducts uud fountains of tbe Jumes anil Eliza? beth in Virginia, two other great eeaports ol trad...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 1 January 1895

NORFOLK A EST RAILRO NORFOLK'S STEEL HIGHWAY TO THE NORTH, SOUTH, WEST ?ND NORTHWEST. Reaching: by Its Own Tracks : DURHAM, N, C, and WINSTON-SALEW, N. C, with connections for all points in SOUTHEASTERN and GULF STATES. HAGERSTOWN, MD., with connections for all points NORTH. BRISTOL, TENN., with connections for all points SOUTH and SOUTHWEST. NORTON, VA., with connections for all points WEST. COLUMBUS, OHIO, with connections for all points NORTHWEST. PENETRATING the richest area of Raw Materials for Manufac? turing Industries in the South. THE UNEQUALLED COALS (Steam, Gas and Domestic) ot the Pocahontas,Clinch Valleyand Kenova Districts THE INEXHAUSTIBLE IRON, ZINC and LEAD ORES of South west Virginia. THE BOUNDLESS HARDWOOD FORESTS of West Virginia. MILES OF RAILWAY in operation: 1890, 701; 1S94, 1,567, TONS OF FREIGHT carried: 1S90, 5.059.595; 1893- 6,325.735. PASSENGERS carried: 1890, 1,519,231; 1893, 2,052,387. FOR INFORMATION as to Freight Rates and Routes, Sources of) Supply o...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 1 January 1895

Direct Route Between the North and South. two "through trains daily to atlanta and new orleans The Fast Freight From New York, Washington, Richmond, Norfolk, Portsmouth and OKI Point. Accommodations mmm Passenger Time "tikis a'rrvANTA special." Solid Pullman Vestibulcd Train composed of Pullman Sleepers and Day Coaches. No Extra Fare. Absolutely the Shortest and Quickest Route to all Points South. 9 Connections with Bay Line, Cape Charles Route, Norfolk and Washington Steamers and the outside sea trip between New York and Norfolk, via the Old Dominion Steam-' ship Company's Magnificent Steamers, with ID "ED JET O via the Magnificent Steamers of the Merchants' and Miner-,' Transportation Company. For Further Information Address H. WINDER, H. W. B. GLO?ER, T. J. ?NDEHSOM, General Manager. Genl Freight Agt. Gen'l Fassenger ?gt rr~i the: only dif^ect line: for 9 fall and winter schedule for the east and south 25' ? Are now running their New and Splendid First-Class Freight and Passenger...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 1 January 1895

Xi-TAELISUED l??i. fCliUSHEP EVEKY UOKNIMQEXUKfX MONDAY. VIRGINIAN BUILDING. A )N AND COMMENCE STliKETS. U, GLENNAN, Owner. Enten J ?? **coml-cl?m wall matter. ! Our oyster business amounted iu 1S94 -to 82,000,000, nud tisb oud game $1,000,000, a very Cue thuw iug._ The estimate of tho tobacco und cigar business of Norfolk duringStho year is ?1,300,000, liquors, not malt, 82,500,000;Wewers' agents, 8250.000 Tho furniture business of tho city is put dowu at $600,000, JSooks, stationery and music at $280,000, and jewelry, watches and.clocks at 8200,000. Norfolk's drug, point and oil trade last year amouuted to ?800,000. Brick and stone workB $750,000, aud ship chandlery railroad and steam? boat supplies 9525,000. In crockery and china ware Norfolk trau?ncts a business of 8350,000, and iu stoves aud tinware 8500,000, wbilo in hardware its busi? ness reached $750,000 last year. Norfolk is a 6weot city. The confectionery busiuos.s alone amounts to $600,000. It is growing sweotcr, The bak...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
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