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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 24 January 1895

Small Talk Items Caught in Casual Conversation. THE MITE SOCIETY'S TEA. Pay Dny. Sewering the City. OKI dominion Guard. Visit the Public Schools. A Cr.se ot Stabbing. Tho Election JikIc^s. Marriage. "Rcsd tho advertisement of ,Te3oa C. Bain. There will be u marriage ou Wash ImlOM t-t roet tO-Ulg 'it. The grand jury completed their labors yeMetday afternoon. To morrow will be pay day for tie workmen in tbo navy-yard. Tbo work of sewering the city will tu commenced the latter pars of this it < ek. There will bo n pMo ii?mo at tho ?anting riuk tu [tight betweou Nor folk mid Portsmouth. Officer Megiuley arrested a mu? ting ami n oitizeu for fighting T'uaa <Uv. They were fined So each. Owing tu sickness, the grand offi? cers ot ihe Koyal Arcanum did uot \isit I'or'.eiuoutu Council ot Royal Ai cxinim. A mnrnnge license was issued yea t>ninv to Charles Ellsworth Uiulor lowed Miss Maltio L. liuttou, of the oou nty, Messrs.* Whiteburst k Itiley aro riuiiin^r preparations to put tho ...

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. — 24 January 1895

Supply of Goid Coin Will Scot; be Depleted, PLAN TO FURNISH BARS. A Small Premium is Asked, But as the Coin on Haul is so Meagre, Exporters Will Wait for Develop* merits. r.v Benlusrn Awooiated Press. New Yons, January 23.? There hae been 81.000,000 gold withdrawn lroin tno Bub treasury for export on Saturday and the totai amount to be shipped on that day will not bo less than $7,000,090. The euo treaeury officials have heeu eon fernuc'wi h old exporters to day relative to the delivery of gold intr.s in redemption of lagal teuiiera iu Bteid ofg Id eoiu, The Uoverumeut assumes the. position thai lbs gold shippers should v?v a slight premium lor gold Inns about equal to ine eost of minting tin: gold into coin. Tbe Uoverumeut is willii g to supply the gold burr if a ressouublo preininm can be arranged with the gold ex? porters. 1 no exporters, however, allow little disposition to pay uuy thing lor tin) gold barrf. lliey claim Ihey will have to pay a slight eharge to the Hank of Eug lan...

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. — 24 January 1895

SUGAR LAM BWI Which Had a Good Effect on the General Market. GENERAL DECLINE IN PRICE. The Decline in the Late Trading *vas Accelerated by the Execu? tion of Stop Loss Orders. Southern Railway Is? sues Heavy. By Southern Aisooiated Frei?. j Saw Yohk. January 23,?Money on call Jim been enev at 1 per cout ; lakt loan .:t lierceut. aud closiu* 0 oreJ at 1 per rent. sterling exobauge is strong, tr?b actual business iu biiiksrs' bill? ?l jaS'aiS^i f..r sixtv days and 4sya4t9i for ?ieinaud. IVstad ratss, l?Pal 0. I niu kneroial bill?. 487a437J. tiovernnieui boinls olose.J nrm New Y mit. Jannary 23.?In the trad? ing on tbo S ock Kchango to-day Read? ing feil to Bl. Inou l'a-.nc to 0 aud Worthorn Pacific, preferred, to 16. 1 ho Meli tie in the late trading whh acceler? ated by the exoi".tion ol sop b?* or (iers. Among tli oilier loir-priced issues I'orda/ed .'pi'Od to l> 8-8, pro!?rre i to * 1 guarun eo i to IS. Missouri Pacific So 2l, Uhasa oake and Ohio to iG 5-B, load to 38 6 ?> au...

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. — 24 January 1895

Many Matters to Interest all Virginians. THE COURT^OF INQUIRY. Col. Jones on the Witness Stand for the Troubles in Ihe First Regiment. Baseball Mat? ters. Gasoline Ac? cident. Prtecl'ii Dispatch U lite YirRiui.iu. Richmond, Vs., January 23.? Tbe court of iuqtiirj oruored by Ciov, O'Ferrall to investigate the troubles in the first Regiuieut met at tho Armory thin morning, With all the members in attendance. Capt. George A. Mnshbaok.ol Alexandria, i* president ol tiie oourt. Oouuider ablu time was oouanmed at the Merl in nu effort,wlnoti proved iinauoceas (nl, to determine the respective posi? tions ol the i urii?b to I lie in.jiiiry. Tbe case is somewhat ol u unique t>ue. Col. Jones, as com in a ml mit ol the regiment, ordered a general eourt martial to investigate charges b(:i.iiiHt an eulnted mnn. W hen tbe court met it decided tiiat Col, Jones bad no rigbt to eouvene i?>o bod) and refused to proceed to busiuess. Col. Jones summoneil tbe members before b m aud i* said to have...

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. — 25 January 1895

^^^^^^ Voi^XLVlIII---iso, 57j n OK folk! va.. f1u dXy7^Tn ? ar y~!25^8^5. p HIG E12 q RNTs in nimm seated.) First Republican from North Caro? lina For Twenty-two Years. PROTECT NEWS DISPATCHES. Hawaiian, Nicaragua?, Pension, Ap? propriations and Other Mat? ters in the Senate--Ap? propriations in tho House. Bv Southern Assooiatod Pros?. Washington, January 24.?Sen? ate? .Mr. Hour wan present at tlio opeuiug of to day's notion of thu tSoniito utter a loug ub.it.iieu from the city. Among the bills introduced uud referred was oue by CbuudUr to firoveut the wrongful takiug of news dispatches from telegraph und tuie jihouo wires. Another displacement of a Senator occurred today when .Mr. Jarvis. of North Carolina, who had held an appointment ltom the Governor to till the vacancy caused by the dent it cf Seuator Vunce iutrodnoed und runde way for bin niceessor, .Mr. Pritobard, who bus beau recently elected by tliu Legislature to till Senator Vance's uuexpired term. Mr, Pritohard ih a K>...

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. — 25 January 1895

The Virginian's Daily Hints -FOR HOUSEKEEPERS ! Bilfof Faro _l-OR TO-MORROW, Saturday. 26tu ol January. ICOPTRIOttT.I Cultlrata a loving niennei H if a sad thing tobatiisayiu^ble, wluKluo in a iiapktu the social races; to io-o tim key to Uta nearte 01 those al out 119. BREAK F"/VST. Grapes. Veal Chops. Baked Potatoes. Urans* >!-i ".?ala -e. Ori bam M i"' -. -CoflVc. DtrsirsiEiFf. 1 ltd Fiah, limbed roti tu tips. Corn Uri-ad, Tomato Pitk <c%. Vnmiifcni Pie. 1 hee?*. 6UPP?R- Mi lk To ait. Gralum W.i icr? AipleKauce. < ske. ??? MACARONI WITH CHEESE. Brut Iba iimar ul mi bhoi t plciJ ? , 0?et with t'ol in? water- Wii n lull aua tendon ilrMin off tue water, Sliding fresh wstlo? and , lit Hi! again, seasoo with sstt, butler ?nd vhuesecut ia tbin aliue*. Pntln batlug dish, bavins th? macaroni "ill coveted wllu Ilia iui k :.m.1 w?Iit. lieke an hour. i i?b shou .i I.k ??p 11 <" ? "all "our-il aua put in fry In h .t t u, ? in M la d..?n. aassou generously aud fry * rich brown ipj ...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 25 January 1895

"JVrMcr from *'r? ;?? A. WiUon. ( Car.wa 1'. 0., NoTrowAV Co.. Va., ? April I lib. ism f Jst>. E>ijeh Jinkvr. .Jr., lMmvv.d, Vn. Dim: Sue?Two years uro 1 wa* a ltohI sniVerur from indigestiou hu<1 dmrrb a. ?u I uns ii .vi o'l by my pbysiolnu to nso Ankere Premium bitter* wir hl did, andjthe rei-u t whs a complete rare. I *ui UQ.V mi inxiug with tbu sumo tro iblo a^iun. 'l'li? urUKfists hoio iiou t keep jro r bitt r ?please let tee know what you will express nit, 0110 Ue/.t-u, or 0110 Ball' io/ea boltles for. Yours truly, O. A. Wilson. <_<? ? ?-?? W A Vfl'CI?. ^trrmitrvirnii of I AO ri.us, flr4 Hn>? or <mj, x0 esnu for one bveriion.* to emu far <Atm. > % Tf NTIiD?T > LET Tt'O UNKUfti V? nisbod icoin . situated n ado a rable residence on North . airrttreat. ?iii oik, nt roiiaonahle ra es a| piy at 'Virginian oiLoe, No. 0 Mailt street, isni*. rolK. \o. jaill-St 'ANTI I) A POSITION AS WATCHMAN oroveiseer of nub anloal or ftrrn ini|>; ii experience and go...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 25 January 1895

WW&? ?>t?m-ihh?l> ? t I 1.ISUKP EVKKY MOItNINOEXOBW? y.ONUAV VIRGINIAN HL U PINU. Velli AN1> COUBIKKUK KIT-KKXH. C, I.EN NAN. Ow.nkb. i lirT'llU L i A'l l?N Ol 1'HE WM.UN5 if LAUOEIiV IN EXOE d of any filer v*p?r published iu Eastern Vir ?'itS'olTcnUHon iu Norfolk and Ports? mouth if greater than that of wty papot DDblitlieti or circulated la the two elites. It if ,'elivorcd in Iba eitles of Horroi? sei i'orttnmnth und snberbs for inoont? s weel;. Mail subscriptions, postape pain, live I'ollsrs per year: Threo I'odarsfor six nioulbn One Hollar and fifty Cents lor three months, and Fifty i'??'? f?r on9 K AoTorliioments Inserted at tho rate of 7^ ( VMS a (??OAUK HasT Iksfutioh; eaoa subsequent iusersicn 1>1 ? OsliTS, or k? CfMi WBBS 1HBBMTID KVKkT uk* ?AT. Contractors ere not allowed to e*eoad their space or n.-verl'se other than their legitimate business, cicept by paying krerinllT lor ti e si'mo. TsrViKM VlU?IMiN am> Camolim*"*, Sight popes, is delivered, pcitr.gs...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 25 January 1895

PORTSMOUTH. News of a Decidedly Local Char? acter. PUBLIC SCHOOLS VISITED Pay-day. Oyster Supper. Suit of Clothes Recovered. Case Con? tinued. Police Commission? ers. Married in tha Clerk's Office. To-day will bo payday at tbe Bavy yard, Portsmouth Bent a largo orowd to tho Academy Inn* ( i^ht. Head tlie advertisement of JeS3G C. Bum in another column. Tbe Pulico Commissioners decided to 0*11 a meeting last night. Tbe Baltimore boat now leaves at 6:30 instead of ?:??. as formerly. The caHo of Dr, Milltr waa con iaued until tbo next regular grand r.ry term in April. A party for allowing hia horaa to : inn at large was tiued $t in tbo lavor's Court yesterday. The ladies of tho Cheerful Help? ers' Society of Fourth Street Bap? tist Church will give an oyster sup Jir in tbe Suuday school rooms on iineoln otreet to-n);;iit. Bobert Frauois. colored, waa sen? tenced to thirty days in the ooauty Sail yesterday by the Couuty Court. ' ruuU. Williams was sentenced to flfle. u dnye. Tbe Ladie?'...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 25 January 1895

Ill 101 COUNCIL The Second Monthly Meeting Held Last Night, BUSINESS OF IMPORTANCE Lighting the City. Property Own? ers Object to Cios.ng Street. To Prepare a Code of Ordi? nances. Collecting Wag* on Taxes. The second monthly meeting of the Town ( onucil was held lu-t ui^iit. \tr. Geb. VV. Jone? in the | chair end the IoIIowp g mem ben i present; Messrs. Miiler, Lily, Graves,'Wbitetoue and Wbitwortu. Tue recorder road Hie mioittes of the last meeting, wh ch were or dered to stand reci rded. I he ro Border's rep rt Showed a biduuce ou bund of ?221.U2. , , The street committee reported thut the property owners fronting ou the street that tt;o Hope Fire CompHuy esked to he allowed to close in, objeeu d to the street being closed und t!;o\ recommend (but the request uoi bo grauied. Adopted. : 1 be light committee recommended thai the eon tract tor ligbtiug tue Blreel lamps be awarded to Mr. .1. T. Humphries, the present lighter. Adopted. The Tinunce Committee roeom meuded that the town ...

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. — 25 January 1895

Steady Withdrawal ot Gold Creating Nervousness. LEAD PARTICULARLY WEAK, There Was Renewed Buying to Cover Short Contracts in the Last Half Hour of Business and as a Result the Mar? ket Closed Steadier. BySouthorn AsiooiateJ Prsifl Vbw Turk. January 2t.?Money ou eall fas been oust at 1 par oout.; laat loan ?t ] er ceut. and closing o.iered at 1 per ?ent. Sterling exchange ia strong, Jrilh actual business in baukori' bills at BS aiKSj for sixty .lays and 4-'9a4:'91 for emnud, Poeted rate?. ss'JatHO. Ooui (ueroial bllU. 487a4S?J. Govornmout Bomig oloaod iteady. Nkw loak-, January 24.?The liquida? tions in the low-price;l iBHiies .vat not tout nued to- ay, and us t! ore was bow-i oovcri g of Bh?rts in Wie-ae an I otber ? podalittes tlie not result of the tie ling at tlie a o-k exchange- was an a Ivanco oi Bai. I.on ion ws a buy-r of St. l'aul. L. A N. and llio dan ta common. The I reaanrv ?ituition aga n came in Cor cou>iilerable disoirido ? an i tho ?toady with ra ? a!a fro n tho Xr...

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. — 25 January 1895

AI I Ml CAPITAL. News Item? of Interest to All Virginians. ALEXANDRIA"COUNTY RACES. Tlic Massey Lib?l Suit. A Senator for Counsel. Westmoreland Club Reception. Court of Inquiry. Arrested for Prize Fighting. IlT Southern associate I Proaa. lticuMONO, V?., January 21.? There has beeu innoh tolls lately old.in auuexing Alexandria county t>. iliu District of ColunJbin. Tile Wiiabiugtun people urn mud to bo largely iu invor ol the proposition, Due reasou why they dosir? tone quire tin* torritorj i* to break up tli.' lawlessness Ibat exists on the Virginia aide ol the Potomac It is sa d that the oilloers ol Alexandria couuiy are nimble to copo with the evil. Mr. Sum. ''>. Dient, n promineut lawyer, ol Alexandria, who was bore yesterday said the citizens ol the territory oil thin ?nie of ilie river nro overwhelm!' ply opposed to nn Dexatioo uuii the sohetuo will eer taiuly not be aarried out noy time iu the uear liiiure. There is no doubt of the fuot ihut the Legisln tore will have n...

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. — 26 January 1895

vol. xlvitii?;no. 57. NOKFQ-LKi VAM SATURDAY. JANUARY 26. 1895. EBIO!S2aKNTS No Deckled Change in the Trol? ley Strike Situation. MANY CARS DEMOLISHED. Ctrike of Linemen Extended. Ex iensivc Wire Cuttings and Diffi? culty of Repairs. Father O'Hare Promises to Maintain Peace. By Southern Associated Pros*. vjUooi.yn, January 25.?No do ci?ed obaugQ rot tbo bettor was noticeable in tho trolley etriko situ? ation to day. The rneu and tho companies uro tis far apart as ever, end there Beeaia to bo no immediate airospeot ot either bide strengthen? ing. l'rcsideut ijowie, of the Brooklyn Heights Company, churned to day ;hut n dozen of his old hands had applied to him for their old posi? tions nud hnd been reinstated, uud lie expressed tho opinion that this V>as the beginning of the end, as a general weakouiug m tho strikers' runks might now be expected. The strike lenders emphatically denied Itnit any such break hud occurred, declaring that their ranks are just its milid now as when tho ...

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. — 26 January 1895

The Virginian's Daily Hints -KOR HOUSEKEEPERS ! Bill of Fare TO-MORROW, Saturday, 27th of January. Icon RIQIIT.I The i?rtn rcho lias !'r'7iin t? iin ntojv tert' ci*'y weithin begins t<> lict more simply Without.?PUILMPB B?O0K8, BREAKFAST. Oranges. <>?tnif-:u. Omelet, _i'o:n Griddle Cakes. Maple Syrup. < ott'ee. . DIVINER. Broiled itceftteak Btouucd Potatoes. Lima Beani, Celarr. Cranberry. Sauce. \VUlte' and Qraliain Bread. Choijo n o i 'akc. SUPPER. Bread and Butter. Prunci. WASHINGTON OYSTERI George Takes a Long Trip Up the Bay. ABOUT HIS EXPERIENCES George Washington Visits Chris field, the National Capital and, After an Absence of Three Months, Returns Home Without a Dime. There arrived in Norfolk yeeter day a colored iudividua;lwbo related to a Virginian reporter a very re? markable experience, an oxperienoe that would send n thrill of horror through the small boy who peruses Kick Carter's libraries. Up to about about throe months ne;o young r.fro-Amorican, George...

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. — 26 January 1895

TIME'S CERTAIN TEST. "When a thing that is advertised |?reatly is good it goos and goes pormanoutly. When it is bad it ??Uly goes for awhile, The public Cuds it out." The above bit of valuable phil? osophy is from tho Kuglish publi? cation called tho "Idler" and there lievor was a truer saying. Time ?est8 tho merit of all things, and ft amps its approval or disapproval. Ib it not easy to sco that the enor? mous popularity of that greatest of ?II remedies which has been so jiromiucutly before the public for so many years?Warner's 8ufe (/'uro? 89 based upon invaluable merit? Tho Qlion8nuds of men and womon in all (iitrts of tho world who uro kept ?liyo by its use, and tho millions Tdio tind in it a meaus of preserving ? heir health and prolonging their fives will auswer unhoaitutiugly, "Yes." If you do not know the great merits of this modern medicme, if yon feel depressed, languid, have peouliar pains and other unocrtniu symptoms, you cannot afford to do lay, but should seuk tho aid ...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 26 January 1895

ts-tam-lstlX? W*5. f?BKU EVERY. MORNlrlOEXUBPX MONDAY. VJJKG1N1AN UOILDINU. AlN AM> OOMMJBBOK tjTiiEE'W. Mi GIJ5NNAN. OWKER. ?a lecontl-class uihiI mailer. IF i liu I i \ I ION OF TUB V1RQINJ I is LABGELV IN EXOK>S of auy er paper publishod in Eastoru Vir ia. is eircniBtion in Norfolk au.i I'orts nih is greater than that of any paper lisbe.i or circulated iu the two oitios. t is delivered iu the cities of Norfolk a Portsmouth and suburbs for ldconts ask. M nil subscriptions, postage paid, e dollars per year: Three Dollar? for x months: One Dollar and Fifty Ceuta I three months: and Fifty Couts for one A^TPrtieementb inserted at the rate of Crnts a SgrsiiK Iikbt I>k>ebtiok; eaoh ubseqnenl instraiou S7? Ckntu, or 6ti !X*t8 Vrnt S INSEKTE!) EVEnY OTBEK HAY. "ontractots Rre not allowed to exceed boir apsce or sdrorttse other than their eRitiro?te brnciiesu. except by paying pec.i?liy for the ?.-.nio. The Wff.bi.t VtnaiMA* *nr> Caroliman, ?itjht pi i? delivered, postRRO pa...

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. — 26 January 1895

The Ins and Outs in This Thriv? ing Community. THE OLD iwvnYlON GUARD Po.it Capsized. Benevolent Union. - Prisoners in the Jail. Knights of Dixie. Police Appoint? ment. Sweet Canaan's Quietuc1-,' Broken. Thoro was a slight snow yesterday tioruing. There wan nothing douo in tho Dustings Court yesterday. Ltead tho advertisement of Messrs. Levy & .lueobe, in another coluuuu. the skating riuk is buuotuing quite popular with tho young peo? ple. _ ... .Shad sold for oil ceuts a pair m rvmrket yesterday aud huiall ones at ILiut. Mr. It. H. F. McWilkio is critic? ally ill at his homo on London street. It is said that tho New York aud i inoiuuttti will suil from Huuiptou lv ads to day. Uflioei llutehinH' suspension will expire with to night, lie will be restored tu duly. Portsmouth sent at least r>UO peo tilo to tho Academy to see "Tho jjevil's Auction." Messrs, Wbiteburst .v Kiley nro nearly ready to put tho awning-up lor (lie butchers at tho murixet. The friends of Mr, Charles P. Ed...

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. — 26 January 1895

Sll8_l ACTIVITY ^The War Department Working I Over Hours. KUNUSUAL SPIRIT OF LIFE Eighteen Thousand Troops Already on the Frontier. Several Bri? gades Ready to Follow. Sol? diers and Officers in ^ High Spirits. j[- BrSontlioru Associated Fross. ? St. Lotus, Jauuary 'j.". A Ciiy of Mexico special to the Globe Dem? ocrat says: The War Department is all activity. Tho entire olliee forces are working over hours aud an ttu usual spirit of lifo nud general ani? mation is seen ou every hand. Tho number of troops already on tho frontier ib IS, OUO aud several brig? ades are in readiness to be pushed to the frout at a day'b notice. Throughout tho republic tlio same activity is uoted nud there is uo doubt that Mexioo could put 50,000 men ou tho Guatemalan frontier within a week or ton days should occasion demand. Tho general health and equipment of tho Mexi? can troops now in tho South nru very good, nud reports from tho probable seat of war arc that tbo aoldiers and otlicers arc iu high spir...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 26 January 1895

COIBCIM. REPORT rtlonnr narlcot? By Southern ABiooiatoJ Press "Raw Yo'iik, January 24.? Mouey on call (has been easy at lull per cout.; laut loaa *tH per cent, und doBing offered at ij |>or tont. Hterling oxchango ib etroug, tsith actual bURiuosH in bankers' bills at ?.SSJat'Wi, Tor sixty days and 4S9ali9r for (Jenutud, Posted rates. 48'Ja4'.iir. Com jiiorcial bills. I87ja48 3. Ouvcrumuut bonds dosed steady. tuk MTOOa \l\aa;*t?Of.cWINQ BIIH. American Cotton Oil. 22J; American SottonOU, preferred, ai-atii!.: Amsricun ugar BeflnurieB. 90; American Sugar Befiucries, preferred, 01; Amer? ican Tobacco, 93; American To Bacoo prolorred. 10S: Atohisou, Tope ka and Santa Fe. I]: Ualtnuore and ?Ohio. 02}: Canada Paoilb'. 56}; Cbesa ruake an l Ohio, 18}; Oh cogo tiud Alton, 47; Ohicago, Uurliogtou aud Quiucy, "?1|; Chicago Oas Traet, 73*: Delaware, ?aud Laokarrauna, 100: Oistiliers aud Cat tie Feeiors. 01; Krie. 0$; Kr\e. prof., 21; Monoral Eleotrlo, 83?: Illinois tJoutral, ?7; Lake Krio an...

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. — 26 January 1895

MEN OF 1101IME Pleasant Particulars About Prom? inent Political Leaders. TYPICAL QLlTsOUTHERNERS. Gen. George, of Mississippi, Sen? ator Berry and Judge Culber son Types In Dress and Manners. Senator Dan? iels' Mother Wit. Spocial Cor. of Tho Virginias. Washington, D. O., January 24. ?It is quite generally conceded here that tho curreucy bill will be the main issuo iu 18?G?tbe tariff will out but a email figure in tbo campaign. Gen. "Dan" Sioklcs, as ho was familiarly called iu tbo war, is a member of this Oougress, aud Rots around livoly oil bis crutches for a mau post 70, Ho ami Gen, "William Rnrksdolo, of Massaoku eotts, woro frisnds hero in Congress iu I860, nt the outbreak of tbe civil war, aud Sickles lost bis leu; ut Gel tyslmrg in the evouiug uudcr tbo pamo true uudor which the gallant Rarksdoie was killed in tbo morning of tbe same day. Auotbor incident of tbo war which 1 rocull wus tbo killing of (leu. Thomas R. R. Cobb, of Georgia, at Fredericksburg, witbiu Bight of bis m...

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