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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 17 September 1895

Shaky Nerves, twitching fingers, a sense of prick? ling all over the body, are due to poor digestion. Dr. Deane's \ Dyspepsia Pills cure (not merely relieve) all forms of dyspep? sia, heartburn, and sick headache. A trial is cheap. Send postal for a FREE sample. OR. J. A. DBANE CO.. Kingston, New York, At Uraicie-s", sjc. _ WANI'KO. \VANTED?To purchases wcoad-hand ttaller ami \\ raklne; about VI burse power. Addrex* Hu? ?.-, Eorktcy. Va._sei:-:'.C SALESMEN t.. lake orders. We und samples: C> gljautcladveterritory; pay ?'>0.l salary ?tut expeaaci or lt?ersl corauilislon 10 Draper appli? cants. Address P. U. box 123, New York city. scl7-tU,ln,ir,?il \\,' anted-Trastwi rthy i erson to tr..v.-i- salary II ?7d0 aod expenecs; euu'ote reference ami self adir tlaiupetl envelope. PRESIDENT, It x ' r," t; loigo. >en.>a.-ii i IT/ANTED?Paslttou by expert accountant and it Itcokkesper;AI managet and all round i>ns ? lies? man. bts; reiertnctt. Address box Not folk. acl3-lw* AttEST...

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. — 17 September 1895

tab Mfflik Virginian. PUBLISED ?A1LY AND WEEKLY. M. ? U> El IM ISI A fM, Owner. TERMS OF THE VIRGINIAN. THK DAIl/Y YlftC.lNAN Is delivered 10 sub scribers l>y <airicis Iii Noriolk, I'ortsnu utli. Perk \mv, SuffolK, Wo I Nor olfc, New|?r Nv?.e tx 10 cents |*r wiek. o ysWo io th? rMvlet weekly; by nmll. po-ungofiee hi the lulled State?. daily, one your ... 8.1 00 ?* wist moilIIm ? - - .'S oo three months ? - - i BO " one'Moiitli .... .%? THi:wr.i:ui.T vihuixiax amicak * oi.imax. One Dollar !'i r Vciir. BcmittsniK^. Dralle, < l . Ks ami Pnitofflci O ilen ihonld lie niaie payable to Ibo oi Icrot THE NORFOLK VIRGINIAN. oiiw-p Vlrgttilnti liiiildtiiir. : .it n in mid Commerce Ml reels. norfolk, VA. R?fERTISlK? HATE . ? Advert.lenls In Bcro.d m tho rate of 75 Cm- :i Spiurc I n -t lose' tlon;eae*h tahseo,iH'Ul hifcitlon Cent.*, orfii Cents A\ hen In file 1 Brer/ Otbtr Intj Contrac? tors are uot ii lowed i" c\i> ol ilielr spine or ail ver? tue other than ttielr legitln.ats bus...

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. — 17 September 1895

PORTSMOUTH NEWS Mi BY 1 "TUT First of the Series for The Chap? man and Jake man Cup. KELLY'S PLAYING A FEATURE. It Was Leuth A|;(iiii<<t Moyuihnii?A Uooil t'rov.tl fri si hi who Seemed tu F.iijoy lit. OcciiHion?The ?ccoud Uiime tu Ue IMuyeU Iu XorTolh i'o-Jlonun. TLo first of tba seri?s of tbe five games for tbo Chapman .v Jskenian payers cup took plaoe iu Portsmouth Lleague park yesterday afternoon be? fore u very fuir audieuce. MoPartlin pitched for Norfolk and old reliable "Eddie" Leaob tossed tbe leather for Portsmouth. Tbe Norfolk team, owing to tbe ab seuce of Corcoran; Tato and Joanes, was switched arouud and mixed ap r.ousidorably. Bot, notwithstanding itint fuct, the game as played was eujoyublo, nut from a point of gilt eilged" bull playing, but from tbo fact that everybody was good natured and pleasuut, and that fuot alone lent a chartn that is generally conspiouousby its abnence. Tho tirBt inning was productive to tbo number of eight riiaa to tbe "Truckers," but af...

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. — 17 September 1895

The New York Tribune Surprises Its Readers. Chronic?eil ? in in or liirn iiilue Bnnl '?Ml Instead of Wlilreprend Ruin? Headed It Vood Sc*?-lf Wbr? Are Rising Protection .Vml lie WroDK. Great Bearchings of heart prevailed among the rural readers of tho New York Tribune whon their eyes fell upon B paragraph outitled "Good News from New Brunswick, N. J." Having in xnind Senator Lexow's declaration thnt the ennsoof protection is lost unless evi? dences of widespread ruin are at onco produced and his demand that Repub? lican journals should immediately send their reporters out through the manu? facturing communities in ordor to bring back accounts of tbo ravages of tho pres? ent tariff, thoy will naturally expoct under the heading "Good News" somo consolatory tales of smokeless chimneys, silent forges, reductions of wages,strikes and other manifestations of distress and despair. Instead of this thoy will bo perploxcd to learn that a largo iron concern in New Brunswick has increased the w...

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. — 17 September 1895

CQMMERCI&L REPORT. ITIoiier Market. Br Southern Asiooiatei Fran. Mew York, Sept. 10.?Money on call firmer at SaSiper cent.; last loan at 2 and olonug otter ed at 2 par cent. Prime metcuutile pa? per 4a4| per cent. .Sterlingexchange weaker, with actual business in bnukeri' hills at 48Blat88i for sixty days nnd 4?9|al89j for deuinnd. Posted rates. 489a4S0. Cotumerolal bills, s87ja488{. Government houdl firmer. tue stock makket? cl0s1su u1us. American Cotton Oil. 21|: American Cot? I toi: Oil. pre!'. 70: American Bugnr Hefln er>es. 106!; American Sugar Refineries, pref, t'Bj: American Tobacco. 96: American To bacoo, pref. 107: Topeka nnd AtchiRon. Santa Fo. IV}: Baltimore and Ohio, 64: Can nda Pacific. .10}: Chesapeake and Ohio, 19}: Chicago";..ml Alto?, 163: Chicugo. Burling ton nndOuiocy. 04); Chicago Gas Traat, 021; Delaware nud I.ac.kn wanna. I6i; Distil er* and Cattle Feedere. 171: Erie, 8|: Erie, i ecf.. 22: Geueral Klectrie. 37: Illinois Central,100!: Lake Eric and Wester...

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. — 17 September 1895

ATrain Runs More Than Sixty-Four Miles an Hour. EnvIUb Railway Time Wm Mode? 438 Milr* Mndpv in 407 Mittut??* ? a tic Train Wm In Cnarareol Tulr? Vic* President Walter lit Webb, ol" the Kew York Central Kitllruntl. ?T Hie New York Central train which left New York the otbor day to break the record to Buffalo arrived tbore at 12:8? o'clook, making tho run ui ?SO)? miles in 40? minute*. The average ?stm tvi v3 miles an hour. The now record was mado with a countorpai-t of tho Empire State express, drawn from Now York to Albany by locomotive 870. The boat rooord of the road was mado by tho Empire State ex - press.in 1891, when the dlatanoo from this city to Bnffnlo, 488)B miles, was made in. 430^ m inn toe, including all JttOfH. , The train which was out for a new record was in charge of Third Vice Pros!dent BL Walter Wobb, who accom? panied it daring the entire trip. It left the Grand Central station nt 6 :40 :3U o'clock. All along tho lino persons guth ?rod at tho stations to soo tho ...

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. — 18 September 1895

Three Drivers Suspended From Duty by The Chief for insubordination. CHIEF RYAN TALKS OF DISCIPLINE. All Three us I lie OtltotuliiiK lirlvers Arrest? il bj The Police The Chief Refuse* i?t Kilter Charges Other Siis|>i'iistiiiis i?i r'ollovi TU la Horn* lug. Last night about 7:20 o'clock consid? erable excitement was ereuted In the neighborhood of. the down-town t?n glue house by tlie blowing of n double police call. The trouble was among firemen, two 6f whdih wer4 suspended from duty by Chief Ryan. The story ol ire- trouble, as told at the police station, is t.. tl.rfeti Hint while Chief Ryan was Bitting In bis ? otlio- Driver l>. Hlckey entered und taid that he >!??. lr< ?! to ha v.- n talk with him. Hi- begun a conversntlon, which whs fin short by tin- Chief asking Driver Hlckey to Bee him fnter about the mutter, When usko.l tu leave Ihn otllce Driver Hlckey declined und the Chh-r mad. an effort to ptll lilm out. Officer Nelson was Culled nnd direct? ed tu tuke th.' it ...

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. — 18 September 1895

It Only Costs 25 Cents To Prove What We Say ! ? If yon h?vo not 25 cent* to sparo ^ink ? a;ipiicAtiOu ?t tUo factory ?r oftico. 03 Main strce'. nnl wo wilt clieer.'ullv give you a tsuiple bottlo Of Qunilol. Wo Waul to convince tvery family in Virginia that (Jura tol is iudispen-able as a family reui tdy. Vou ciuinot iifford to bo with? out it in your bouiu ?that Emergency Remedy' TRY Ectma, Pimple?, Ringworm, r.v. i '.. ? ?? Sprrru, ?oil$, Inflimmttory Swftllfun, Bort?-Felon*, Rurv Round*, Wees, Old Sora?, MSm?on, ABS0L?T[^ OrtijtelJtt Sell k . "CONCENTRATED" TRY IT. mose who Hove wo fYour Eyes iPain You ? You need not worry when i )Ou ktnwyou can get the glasses A W you need from my complete W t) stock. Q A I exercise the greatest - of (t \ care In testing the eyes to fur- ? ? nish ju3t the glass it nceds--and W A the examination is free. ^ f X OFFICE CLOSES AT 5 P. M. Large and Scle:t Line oi Fall Cap?, Umbrellas and Canes. L. tflJK GLUE} & co. , SLOWEST PRICES. 111 rViMlfM ST...

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. — 18 September 1895

KNOWLEDGE Briui?* comfort and improvement and ternis to personal enjoyment when rightly used. The many, who live bet? ter than others and enjoy life more, with less expenditure, by more promptly adapting the world's best products to the needs of physical bcinsx, will attest the value to health of the pure liquid laxative principles embraced iu the remedy, Syrup of Figs. Its excellence is due to its presenting in tiie form most acceptable and pleas? ant to the taste, the refreshing and truly beneficial properties of a perfect lax? ative; effectually cleansing the system, dispelling colds, headaches and fevers and permanently curing constipation. It hits given satisfaction to millions and met with the approval of the medical profession, because it acts on the Kid? neys, Liver and Dowels without weak? ening them and it is perfectly free from every objectionable substance. Syrup of Figs is for Bale by all drug? gists in ?Oc and $1 bottles, but it is man? ufactured by the California Fig ...

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. — 18 September 1895

TUB Norfolk Virginian. PUBLISHED DAILY AND WEEKLY. fVI. GLENNAN, Owi-ior. TERMS OF THE VIRGINIAN. Till'. DAILY vIRGIXAN is deliver*! to Mb acritw" In , arr'er? In Norfolk, r\>rl*:i.i nth. I o k lev,Suffolk, w.- t Nor:olk, Ncw|?r; Kc*a i Wnis per nit,i> y?'?l? "'?* rarrler weeaij 1 J mail. IKMlagaftM In the UlilteJ States. DAILY. one year *??"> 00 ?? nix mouths ? ? ? ?'? 00 m llircc nioiii lis . ? 1 50 one Month .... 90 Til I* WKKK I. Y TlltlilM A X A X I? ?- V li OLIM A.V. Our l?ol!ar Per Year. Remittance I>r-li>, ? 1- V? ami l*..*t?>?i.?? O.ili-r? ? houl.l ma ic puvable lo the < r-i.-r o. THE NORFOLK VIRGINIAN. Otticc Vlrglnlnii Building. Bin i n nml *'6iiiiueree Nireel*. KOltFOI.K. V V. ADVKRT1SINU r.ATIC-. ? Ailvortlsciiienti in n-rt.il at tl." rate "f !J <"? Bt? a S |ii ire I it -i loa* - tlbti;each suludiueiil linettton t'cuh, orol Cetil* When In .net K**r/ Othrr bay. Coutr?c ton me nui :i lowe I to cxnel their sp.iie or a-l^ci tlx other than Ihelr legll...

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. — 18 September 1895

LIVE LOCAL MATTERS Of. A. E. Owen to Lecture on The Sub? ject of Character Building. HAVING TROUBLE ABOUT THEIR DOGS. The Ses4?oard Floral Garden Nnlil Mulvey'it Sister Ilona! Wuh Well Attended?Tne Cit|t ???u Unntlkvr chicri'urty itSitccew^Abottl l?eo|?le Teu Know Itelieioim Sleellntf?. Elend advertisement of C. W. Hudgins .V Co. 'S!?' There were two ljres on tho suburbs yosterday morning. Tho third game of ball will bo played iu tbia ciiy Una afternoon, Tboro waa nothing dono in the County Court y eater day. The sjlo uf rotes uuii palms will bo coutiuued to day at tho lloral gardens, Mrs. .Inliu Suutord uud oliildren, of Lawroueevillu.Yu.. are iu tbo city visit? ing Irieuda, Mr, Jubu Spring is quite ill with typhoid fuvor at his houic on County street. gcMrs. James Alexaudcr is Boriously sick at bor husband's residence ou Harrison street. Tho South hound freights on tho Be aboard Air Line aro running very heavy now. Don't forget that tbu Executive Com rnittcu will meet to morrow ni...

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. — 18 September 1895

SEDUCING THE SOUTH Some Fairy Stories Regarding the Retorm's Klub's Work. THE SOUTHERN SILVER MEN HONEST. 'jriio Renl Object I? Ktlucntlon ??<? >'ol Corruption A Niiinil Sum >!)?? it I Hod Into Million? llott It Nprcmt-i Ilirorilllttloil Siiltui iK <? mid Sro|?o Of tlx* Worli. Wo clip the following from Tho Jour? nal of Gommcrco nnd Commercial Bul? letin of Popt. ?.). This is tho loading Commercial journal of this country, and its statements show that tho Rofonn Club, instead of hnviug millions t)f dol? lars, which it is spending for corrupt purposes, really has a small fund which it is spending for educational purposes. It is, in foot, Bupplcmontiug the work dona by our schools nnd colleges?or rather it is doing work that they should have done: A Texas paper is manifesting great distress over a corruption fund of ft, 500,000 said to have been raised by the Chamber of Commerce or tho Reform Club, or euch of them, for tho purposes of seducing tbo south from Its loyalty to...

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. — 18 September 1895

COIKIQIL REPORT. Mutiny Market. J)t Boutberu Aesooiate i Pro?i. New Youk, Sept. IT.?Mouey on call lirm ?? l|a'2 per oent.: last lo u a: l 1-2 und closing oiiu 01 at 112p " oent. Printe ntei cuutlle pnpor 4 8-4a5| per cent. Meiling ux ntuiuga easy with aotual business m bankers' Lille nt 458 1 4al88t for eixiv days and 499 14 alSOi for detunud. IVstod raiea. 4s'.,ul!U. Commercial bills, J87|aitl4. UoTerttment bonds firm. TUE STOCK lUnKET? closivu utUS. American rotlon Oll. 921: American Cot loa Oil. i>rc?', '.?}'?,; American Hnaar Itefin tries. IMS TS; American sugar Hefineria?. pref.991-2 AmericanTobnoeo.'O f-Ss atner". can T.d-are .. pref. l07:Tooeka und Mchlson. Santa Fe, 20 Haltimorn ami Ohio. 04 1-1: Oitinda l'ncillc. fiiii: Chosnrienke ?ml Ohio, 1958: OhiOHgn Mid Ulon.I'. !- ChlCtlgO l'.tlr Iine Inn ntiilOninoT 18 R-8: ChlcaaoOas Trost. il 7-8; Dein ?nie n<l Lacknwanna. 162}: ??'stlters sml CnMle Feeders. IS 1-8 1 r;o. 8?; F.rie. i erf .22}: Ocnoral Electric. 87 8.8 IIUii...

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. — 18 September 1895

VERY DEEP WATERWAY Something of InTerest In Regard to the Fropssed Great Ship Canal. OF INESTIMABLE VALUE TO THE WEST. It Is Claimed tltitt It l<* Kswentlnl ??> KortbweMtvrn lies.lopmoiit Kenn* tor l?CllllsrfW Puts it Helote the >'loitrMKttn ?mini In lni|?ortttuc? The Opinions ?i Othera. [ Tho following letters have been ro [ceived by tho executive committee of [the Drop Waterways nesooiatiou: I United States Senator 0. K. Davis of [Minnesota writes: "There is in my lopinion no mutter of such indisputable (necessity t<> the northwest ns deep wa? terways from tho head of Lake Superior Ito tho Atlniitio ocean. My viovrs on this question wore quite fully expressed in tho senate some lour or flvo year.-; ago.11 United States Senator Nolson of Min? nesota writes: "When I was in congress, from lss:i to 1 kh'.i, 1 dovatodsomo timo rto tho consideration <?r water oommuni cation tu tl>" seaboard. So far an my Ability extends, you can always fount ion me iu congress or ou...

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. — 19 September 1895

TOL. L NO. 9_^_NORFOLK, VA. THURSDAY, SEPT. MBKK 19 1895 PI?CE 2 CENTO But Under One Flag, a Reunited Host, the blue and the Gray Intermingle. THE NATIONAL PARK AT CHICKAMAUGA. t( in UctlU'iiifd tu tiio Memory ?>? Tbose \\ Im v.' Patriotism mnl i?< lOtiOIl I.I'll 'I'III*III III I n> DO? II Their Um?, in Deren?.'? oi Tholr Convictions. Chattanooga, Tenn., September 19.? Atter- ;m interval ot thirty-two years the Blue anO dray to-day again met around the crescent of Biiodgruss Hill on tlie battlefield of Chlckamaugu, but | not us then amid the leaden hall which marked those dreadful days of 18C3. making the coiitllcl the mosl disastrous | In its cuusuUles to Urns.incoming which history knows. Under one Rug,! ii reunited host, devoted t<> the ad? vancement ami prosperity of one com? mon country, the veteran foeinun of ii third of ci ntur> ugo mel to-day to ded? icate ;is u National Taik the ground made sacred by the blood of the heroes who fought at theli side. This 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. — 19 September 1895

hl CHICKAMftUGft PURK Monuments Were Dedicated There Yester? day With a Great Deal of Enthusiasm. MANY DISTINGUISHED MEN WERE THERE. Cbntimiooitii Iii?1 Scene Ol n Urem (Untili'riiix There lu i'ltj 11 Pitting Tribut?' n? Brave t'onirntle? Witt? l.oim since Hn\c t'rov.?-?! Tit* Dark Kl vor. Chattanooga, Tonn . Sept. 1$.?. Chattanooga extends a burning wel? come to her thousands uf visitors The heal Is unusual, even !'"' the Sunny Southland. Native* and strangers suffer alike. Unless there is a change there v. ill be meat .li - milfoil in attending the dedication of the park It is situated some miles from the city unit a trip t>> ami fro is due ol - >tuo mo? ment, otherwise there is nothing t i suggest in the way of a change ? . etldl Hun to the jilans made Ie. He ? '.'- and her people for the reception ami enter? tainment >>f the host of visitors. The principal event of the i.ilng was the arrival of Gov. McKinley utnl party from Knoxvllle. This morning the Society of t...

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. — 19 September 1895

They Have a Meeting at Saratoga and Chauncey Dcpew Made a Speech to Them. THE WILSON TARIFF WAS DENOUNCED. They Parsed Resolutions 1m rticoi that Tlie Etc publican Victories ol ikim O.is .\HMiriinre iimi The i?cm? ?miic l?ai-t> Hint Been Hind* ?*???? ?lies To Vi nrli I'urlhl'r IIumii. Convention Hull." Saratoga, N. Y.. Sept. it. The Republican State con? vention Is in cession, anil the follow? ing temporary secretaries were named: John Konyon, Reuben i.. Fox, William B. Dodge, Charles A. Bull und l.nny ette i Reason. Clar< nee N. Bowen, of New York, of? ferer! u resolution Indorsing Ihe admin? istration of Oovernor Morton und rec? ommending him for tin- presidential uomlnnlion for 1896. Tin- resolution was read ami carried with only one dissent? ing vol. . Committees on permanent organisa? tion, resolutions and credentials wer ? then appointed. .\t l ,p m. a recess was taken until 3 p. m \t p m about two-thirds of the delegates were In their seats In conven tlon ball ? At 8:30...

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. — 19 September 1895

The Virginian . and Carolinian, rVDUSHEU EVEUV THUltSDAY ?11 v? M. GLENNAN, Ovvnku. 1 utere I us i?oond*clai? matter. Tho Defender had a yellow dog aboard as n mascot. It Is now in order for every American to sing "There is only one boat In the World for me." The British consul at <it. Kinnng has been stoned by a Chinese mob. Some Ot Hies.- days England will do a little stoning on her own account. Commander Bawler In bis annual ad? dress at Louisville declared: "This (pensions) is a question that we, as an ?rganisatlon, fell a deep Interest In." ;VVhy sure! ! In Camden, Me., they name baby pigs after the heroes of the baseball club Tbut Is probably done so that there will be plenty of "rooters," for the home team. An Ohio editor wants some "evidence that money is being used in this cam? paign." Let 111 in possess Iiis soul in pa? tience, tfie boodlers will gel around t" him after a while. ? 'An exchange suggests that it is better that our warships should g.. p. Cana? da to be cle...

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. — 19 September 1895

Many Offers Maiie to Supply The Treasury With Gold. FAISON FOR SOLICITORSHIP. A Million Dollars lu Vulil Withdrawn ? Sci n larj Carlisle Merline?! The Tender ul sn?t?.mm Tlio Trensitrj Itescrve 8W."i,It4S.U ltl.0 l*J Tlie I'oo 1'liou Rebellion. WASHINGTON. Sept. t*:. Secretary Smith to-day returned t" Washington and resumed his duties In the Interior Department, after several weeks' ab? sence in Georgia, where he made sev? eral speeches in favor of sound money. Many offers lo supply the treasury with gold in small quantities, front $6.000 to $100.000, have 1.n received, and all ihe offers considered favorable to ili<- Government have been uccepted. Several offers huve been declined. One of thesi was from a Louisville (Ky.) bank, which desired Ihe gold they of? fered to be accepted at its face value. The other offers where the banks want? ed the treasury lo nay the express charges on tin- gold and currency I?<>tii ways, were als.? rejected. All offers of jj-.dd within ib.- l...

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. — 19 September 1895

SEDUCING THE SOUTH Some Fairy Stories Regarding the Reform's Klub's Work. THE SOUTHERN SILVER MEN HONEST. The Itonl Object In Education mi?l Sot Corruption A Sllinll *uni Mu?c n I lied Into Millions lion II K]>r<-a<ls Information Influence anil Scope of till! Wollt. We clip tho following from The Jour? nal of Commerce uud Commercium Bnl let in of Sept. 0. This in the leuding tommorcinl jonrnnl of this country, and Its statements show thnl tho Reform Clnb, instead of having millions of dol? lars, which it is spending for cortnpt purposes, really hns a small fund which it is spending for edncntiouul purposes. It is. iu fact, supplementing tho work done by our schools and colleges?or rather it is doiugwork thut thoy Bhould have done: A Texas paper is manifesting grout distivss >.\-er a corruption fund of $1. 600,000 said to have bt :i raised by tho Chamber of Commcreo or tho Reform Club, or ( aril i f them, for tho pnrposca of seduenng the south from its loyalty to the long...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
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