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

CONIiMM REPORT. Money 'intiui. UV Southern Associate I Pros?. Nrw York. Scut. 24.?Money on c.ill o.isy at i{n2 per eeut.; last loan at l 1-2 ml ?loaing otloiod at 1 1-2 peTeent. l'titnu uioi cantile paper 4;u5{ percent. Sterling ex change easv with actual business in bank iere' bills at -IfcSuis? 1-4 ror sixtv ilnyg liud 489x489 1 ?4 for ttetnnud. lYsted rutes. 4S8la ?i-.". Commercial i ill-, IB in 1882. Gov? ernment bonds llriu. TUE STOCK MMtKKT? CI.o.-1 so UIDS. An'eru-Hn ( o"nn (III. 20,': American Cot? ton Oil. l ror. C'J: American Sugar Ueflu rrira. 107; An arienu sugar llefineriex, pref. KOi American Tobacco. B9J: Anicri ??im Tobaooo, pref, l05:Topeka and Atchlson Santa Fe. 22 3 1: Uallituore and Ohio. 01; Canada Pacific, f8}: Chesapeake and Ohio. 2UJ: Cbiongo und Alton, IM: Chicago Hur? ling ton amiQuinoy.SG i-s; Chicago flaa Trnat, 70 8-8: Delaware and I-ackuwauiia, 1691; llixtller* and Cattle Keedert. 211: 1 rio. 12,: Erie, i n f.. '.6. Qetieral Electric. :ts c-s. Illinois ...

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

WILL WED THE DUKE Miss Vaderbllt is Really to Marry Ihe Duke -e( Marlborough. THE ENGAGEMENT QUIETLY ANNOUNCED. Only :? t'rn Details ol the .i?|?roncli ItiK Nopllnl* Have ??<?. ih in. Armuiycil Bishop I'oltrr Will i'o*. >.ii>l> OHIcinte ni il-.c ?i'ri lce?, 'Iiihj t rll'mli \t .11 t'ro*s tin- Attun11?-. Mica Consueln Vaudorbilti daughter of Mrs. William K. Vaudorbilt, will, boforc the end of tho year, become the Duchess of Marlborough. The engagement v us quietly announc? ed to tin- families nnd Intimate friends of the contracting parties und confirmed beyond any question a lew days ago. As the ? Ugagt menl is of such recent date only few details of tli? ? approaching marriage hrtvo >'-t l.n orrauged. The ceremony, howovor, wHlbu hold in this city wiiliiu tbo next few months. It will be porformod in accorditnco with the ritual of tho Protestant Episcopal chnrch, conforming with that of the Church of England. Bishop Potior will p...

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

YQI1 L~"ISa U_ NORFOLK, VA. T ill ft >1>A Y, SRFTEMBEH 2(5 1895 ~ ~PRICE 2 ^ENT8 THE NEW YORK TICKET Senator Hill Says No Loyal Democrat Can Find Any Objection to It. GRACE-FAiRCHILD DEMOCRATS RETIRE. Chairman ('loner Proposed the Plml Three t'heem t'or The Ticket nnd Tliej \V<iv UI veil With a will The Sew fork siiiu- Dciiioernej Were Qlvvti Kceugnif loss. Syracuse. NT. Y.. September 25.?The convention linil begun to till up shortly before l o'clock. AI the hour set for business all the sjiectntors' seats wer.? taken, and most ol the delegates were Iii their pluces. The band In the gallery bint things all their own way for half an hour. At 10:30 there were over 2,000 people in the hull. At li o'clock the convention was still waiting, u was said thai the delay was due lo a con? ference between Senator Mill. Wm. C. Sheehan, ex-Gov Flower uud other leaders over the make up >>f the ticket. At 11:26 the convention was called to orde...

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

Patent remedies ore not usually popular at home, tjurntol. how ?vier, has been manufactured b Xorlolk for ore year, and Is more p.vmlv to-day than ever before. 20,000 BOTTLES Of Cjuratol have been sold in Not fidk and vicinity atat nothing but !>nise is heard of its merits, rhl-t Is u sure test. HAVE YOU TRIED IT. .* nt?K n KM ? s VAN WYCK'S A CA DEM V Or' MtslC. ?f^?V, "September 26, , Ws. Kiclmrd QootUII'-i Coined) Draw* ? TWO rut nNl.l>.' A M?rv of Vermont nml Virginia, present it lijr un rxc.litiit company of plaeeit, superii satiety. Sabtofseataopens Weduesusr. I'rl >. ?.' ? aiul |1. tw.-.ili FREE! FREE 1 FREE! OCEAN VIEW. iB: pdf Dim fiu m mm mm, f re se^iihg IS GRfHUSl AIIRSCIION. WEEK OF SEPTEMBER 23d. Tony Bnlcer, Tis Blackface Coined lau and - ml , i ul a Vocalist MISS MAY LILLIE GORDON, ?nitliuud'e Kepresentlre Cbaniptou 1 11..11 Itlflc THE ZURICKER SISTERS, LITTLE (V1ISS MAC. Iho Youngest i" .il l i oiiioilluiitsl mi Hi.1 Stage, ? n!i In ...

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

VI A KTKIh BOARDERS SV ANTED?Two or Ihn gentlemen can gel board with nice privat?- family, convenient to street ca in Brambletoit Address BOARDElt'i care bl Virginian. ae24-3t tSO.i-Ai.tlvt partial' want..I with i-'l" to tak.- half interest in safe, good paying business. eHlalillsli.it nine vents .' dress PARTNER, Virginian office. Se-l-IW? SALESMEN to take orders and collcc It'j bond, signed by a business llrni, r< quired; exclusive territory; 12*. to weekly. For particulars, address P. O Hun i::,I N-w York city tii.th.r.sn WANTED?Bright young boy, not undci 16, p. learn the newspaper1 mailing busi? ness; one with knowledge of type-setting pteferred. Address "M. 1).." care Vir? ginian office BC22-1I WANTED?Reliable married man to collect for an Instalment house, must have some experience and come well recommended; give full name ami salary desire.I. Address FUR NT1TKK. this otlice. 8e20-6t WANTED!??"n homst. actnc gentle? man or lady to travel for relkiMc es tabllshed ho...

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

Tie Il?ilfiH Virginian. PUBLISHED DAILY AND WEEKLY. [VI. G L E N N A INI, Ownor. TERMS OF THE VIRGINIAN. Till*. l'AU.Y YIRGISAN '? delivered 10 mib fcrilKTK li> . airicialn Norfolk, Portainniith. 1'c t k-v.SuUolk. We I Noriolk, Xi?-|- r s??a. f.r 10 iv'nts r*r wick, n yaula u> th* mrrlcr "aeeklyj by mall, postage iieo In ihc United StStOf. 1>AI1.Y. one year M oo *tx moiitti? . . . :? no lliree month* - - I .to one Noutli - - -V? T11K WEEKIW VI Its. I M A \ \MH Ml OI.IMAX. Ouo Dollar Per V??i?r. RcnMtahrcsVRrans, Check* nnd l'oitotlic? 0..U1 dioolil I'c maiv payable lo il>. 01 Icr w THE NORFOLK VIRGINIAN, oilier Vlractiilnii nnlltlliiii'. ^1 til ?* unit Commerce s? reels. \oiirni.u. v.t. ADVRRTI&IXn It ATE"*. ? Advert Iwmeata In acrtid al the rate nf i5 Cents a - imri I'li Jt Uac tluuieacb aiilu.e<|uent iiiMutlon .:' . feno, "i SI Cent? When In crlod V.vvrt Oihtr flaj r?n"rj< lor> arc not ;\ lowe...

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

PORTSMOUTH NEWS BITS OF INFORMATION The Committee Appointed at the Meeting of Workingm en Proceed to Washington. REBUILDING THE GATHOLE BRID6E. Work ou lliv St?? Electric Street Hull' way In lie Unicinni joini t'. Nle mcycr, Mayor l*ro. Tent-Wliat ttie Democrats ol' ttie Couutj' Arc Doing. Rev. Frank Hall is out of tlio city. There will be several marriages next Week. All the courts have adjourned for tin- month, There will be quite a number of mar? riages (luring October. The Hustinas Court met yesterday and adjourned for the term. Oh, for rain! It never was needed Worse than It is at present. A large pile driver, to be used at Pin? ner's Point, Is belnj; built on Parker's dock. Work on the street railroad will be commenced on Monday next, so know? ing ones say. Portsmouth will be well represented in Atlanta on Virginia Day, which will be (ictober 23d. The Ferry Committee ol" the Council and the Finance Committee both held a meeting last night. During the absence of Mayor Davis fro...

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

CHAT FOR THE WOMEN A New Hampshire Maiden Lady Who Is Ninety Years of Age, BORN IN THE HOUSE SHE LIVES IN. Her GrnnUfulhor Wan One or The Flrai Settlor* ?>i Watiefleld, Slow IInmp?lilrc She In Still nn Expert ?t Fine McnliiB-orliflnol Werl? Of Women. r rlttlss Sarah Ann Sawyer of Waketloid, iXT. H., was 90 years old flio first day of ilaat Jone, yet sho may bo found still feusily engaged each day in the regular duties of the household, smait as many youug girls. Sho was born in the house where sho now lives, and has Bpcut all her life bo noath its ample roof, an old time, ?txongly built and rambling farmhouse. H?r father was Timothy Sawyer, born in Dover, Oct. 5, 1700. Her mother wan fcaforo morringo Sarah Dearborn of "Wakefield. j fler grandfather Dearborn was one of tho first settler* of the town of Wake field, there being but two or tbreo log MISS SAU.MI ANN HAWTKI1. bouses when ho first oomo, ho and bis wlfo taking up their abode iu a similar structure. The subject of...

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

CQMMERCI&L REPORT. itloiter Market. By Southern Ajwooiate I Preu. Br.w Youk, Sept. 25.?Money on call at ltav, par oent.: last loau at 1 1-2 and ?loaiug orteted nt 1 1-2 per oent. Prime tnui eantilo pnper 4ja5} per cent. Sterl.ng ex? change easv with aotual business in bank? ers' bills at' 487 8-4al88 for aixty days and 4t8 3-411481) for demand. Posted ratos. 4881a 4894. Commercial bills, 48? l-4u!87|. Gov ?rume&t bouds tlrm, ?IHK STOCK MAUKET?CLOSIKO BIDS. American Cottou Oil. 21: Amerlcnii Cot? ton Oil. t?rer. 70: American Sugar Rofln erics, 10S; American Sugar itefinerles, pref. 1C0V: American Tobacco. 1001: Ameri? can Tohaooo. pref. tOR: Topeka and Atchiaou Satitn 1 <?. 22 3 4: Baltimore and Ohio. Ct. Canada racitie. 6'): Chesapeake and Ohio. 20: ChioiiRo and Alton, 103: Chicago, Itur lington and Quinoy. 80; Chicago QasTrita?. 70: Delaware and I.ackiiwanna. 16'J 1-4; Diallers aud Cattle Koodora. 23}: Erie. 11?: Erie, i ref.. 96: General Electric...

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

SHE WENT IN A TRANCE How a Lowell, Mass., Birl Was Recently Prostrated at a Wake. PHYSICIANS UNABLE TO RESTORE HER. While Chanting l'rnjors lor The Demi Shv Andel??ly l oll l urnnril With n Cry I'pun tin- I'oflln Tnt? lliiml* Were Clinche?! t?ml Sttt Even the Fingers Vomltl t>c straightened. f Bernadette Demands, a pretty brn ejetto of 17 yenrs, is still in n trance at (he home of hor parents, Mr. mid Mr-, luioois Demnrni8, anil the physician in ?Attendance is unable to restore hor to consoiousue.-s. It appears that the girl went with her parents to attend tho wake over tho body of her uncle, Moiso St. Denis, on Moody street. With others she had formet! a circle aroond the casket, and the prayers for tho dead had been chanted, when with a slight cry she fell forward with her arms outstretched over tho coffin. She was then hysterical, hut when one of tho girls wont to her assistance she threw her arms about the latter's neck and immediately went into n> catnlopt...

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

^^^^^^ Ii ^ , VOL. l?NO. 1Q9_^_NORFOLK, VA. Fill DAY, SFITFMBEK 27 1895 ~PR1CE~2~CENTS I l?g New Jersey Democratic Convention Nominated Him on the First Ballot. PRESIDENT CLEVELAND ENDORSED. I'll)' People Congratulated l'pon tlio licvtvnl oi Prosperity TlirliMluN trial Dt'lir?'NNlWII In l.nld nt <??<' Door or iii.- Itc|?nbllcnii l'urtj Mill.' Immiicm Dealt Willi. Trenton, N. J., Sept. 20. ?The Demo? cratic State Convention met hem to? day to nominate a candidate for Gr.vcr nor. Allen l?lcDermott, chairman of tin- Stute Committee, called the com? mit tee to order n !iiti?> after li wn. Business w.is put thruutrn with dis? patch, the speech-making und appoint* ment of committees being cbhcluded by l o'clock, when a recess was taken lint il L' O'clock. Business was resumed at with Judge C?rroW, bf Camden, as pemaneht chairman. Promptness was nr.aln the order. The platform was presented, read, und adopted unanimously. 'Ihcn there was some talk ns to whet...

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

Patent remedies uro not usually popnh.r at homo. Qtiratol, how? ever, has been manufactured it Norfolk for..ore year, and is more popular to-day than over before. 20,000 BOTTLES Of Qurntol have boon Fold In Nor? folk and vicinity and nothing hut prdso is hoard of Its merits. Thlt is a sine tost. HAUE YOU TRIED IT. a nv*Kfl en i * y.\N WYCI^S Ai APITM Y OK Ml SIC. "September 26, Win. ttlcbard Uoodall'n Conird) Pmuia, ' TWO LUl.ONKI-S,' A Mf>ry of V Tin.ml and Vlrelnla, an ?cnl d by nu exc hint o nt pan; "i plat on, so... ? ?uoi*r. Sal- oi siais u|>vua IVedncedaf. I'rl e* '-''?., fi >, T?i if! FREE!FREEI oce?m" view. W: PjfU'.fiR FALL AMD KIMEn RiSJRT, I HE SE^TtHG \i GREftitsi himciion. V/EEK OF SEPTEMBER 23d. Tony 1 is o ke Tlie Rlacl?Kai o < ? Ulla? and S hum hi I Vocalist MISS MAY LILLIE GORDON, Knglland'a Keprowntlvj t.luiuiploa Kx|>crt Itlllt j THE ZURICKEPv SISTERS, Javtoll? Soor and iMice Antut?, l:cili*tii> pro...

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

DISEASES of the Instantly Relieved and Speedily Cured by BrBKDT Orns Tnxatitbkt. ? Warm ?>.iUi? with Cdticoim Hoap, rentl? appli? cation* of COTioita* (ointment), and mild do?e? Of UcrilTKA RB10LVEOT(Um Dew blood pulifii-r) Hold thii-ujlsout Ihr worM p., ..h .1. i ..? F Niw. f??r ft Hom. l. Kloc Krtwitd ?t. London. I'orrai Uauo a C'nau. Coin-., Bole Propi. Dcttoa, I'. S A. t* UNTKIh WANTED A young man as salesman tu solicit orders on tin- road for tailoring. Addr? ss \V. I'., this office. s. L'T-Ut DO NOT answer tliis advertisement uri le--s yon want a good bookkeeper; will accept a position as bookkeeper or as? sistant; best city and State reference \\ iiy Not? Care Virginian. seSf7-8t* |K0?Active partner wanted with to t.ik.- half (liierest in sale, good paying uusiui ss, established nine years. Ad? dress PARTNER, Virginian office. M-JI-lw* ka LE8M ;-;n to lake orders and collect ?r.0 bond. Dinned by a business litia. rt - quired; exclusive territory: to ???? weekly. Fo...

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

PUBLISHED DAILY AND WEEKLY. M. G U E N N A M, Owner. TERMS OF THE VIRGINIAN. THE DAILY VtHGISAN 1? delivered 10 tub* /crltH-r? I? mr>i?t? Norfolk, Portanioittli, Irk |?t,Su?olk,We I Nor:olk. New|?rr. Ne?a. f.?r 1? cct'U t*r wtek, p yabla lu tie- . :r!-.-i ae<ikly; ly luail. /o-in-gc he* 111 1U0 United S MCI. DAILY, oho year - ? ? s~? 00 ?? kIx month* ? ? ? <><> " three mom li ? ? ? 1 ?">'? oneMoutli .... .10 ?lllK WEEKLY VI~??ixiAX AM??'Alt Ol.IM AN. One Uolliir PorYmir. Bcmittnmts. Uran*, Check? ami Poitoflhi Order? .llollUl l>r HMC l-:l>ali.. lo tin- i I der ... THE NORFOLK VIRGINIAN. ?Bin- Virginian lliilltliu;:. Mnlu nml C'oinmcrcci Hired*, XMtroi.W. VA. ADVERTISING HATES-", ? Advcrtlsctnonli Krtid alike rote of 73 Cent? n S,n t- ' i?-t Im tioa:eat-h ial?o|iieut ui?citiou ? Cent?, oi Ceius Wbca I? rrle I l"-??-r.- uih r Pay. fonii tor* ate not .. lowed i? e* ? * I I hell - ? e oi ?...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 27 September 1895

PERTINENT POINTERS Vom Kipper, The Hebrew Day of Atone? ment Begins To-Day. THE HOTEL PORTSMOUTH TO CLOSE. VIcwh of ? row l'oitnellllien on Hie Vcxi'ii Question of The Poreli Ortii uancc?The Nliglit Mixtur? of Two Itox Cms-Children ami Mitten?? Cmm n Fire. It wai dull around the courthouse yesterday. Mr. A. u. Campbell left yesterday for tin- North on a visit. The Chambers' hoys are all ready for their trip to Heading, Pa. Jim Kldd's show is being well attend? ed. To-day will be Ihe las; day. It is Bafe to prophesy that the cflrcus v. ill bring us the much needed rain. The fall schedule oh the ferry does not go i::to effect until October 16th. Some portions of the city is badly in need of attention by the health authori? ties. The travel <m the Seaboard Air Line scmh is Immense now. H never was so lame. Mr. L. C. Godv, in Is confined to hlu liotn.- on Court street on account ??f sickness. Mr, s. \v. Clary, of Deep Creek, has been elected a delegate to the county conventio...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 27 September 1895

A WOMAN BOOTBLACK Miss Edison, of Chicago, Has Eestabllshed a Parlor Where Shines May Be Had. .< NEW BUT PROFITABLE INVESTMENT. n Im An iluranic Occupation, Itui iho Yoiiiik Lady Derives Considerable tircnuiary BencQI Tlierelroni Tlic Only Parlor uf Ibc Kind in 11?? Country. Tbo Woman's Journal lolls of a now if bnmblo field for woman's indus? try?a shocblacking parlor for ladies. We all know tbo discomfort?upt to say disgrace?of uublaekcd shoos,'Hud wo are all painfully aware of tho trouble and effort it is fur a woman to protect her boots from the dust, or having with toil and struggle bl.ir.tcd thorn to kcop them clean. Thosoralled "Indies' black? ing" is a boon to ouo's muscles, but it lias many drawbacks, while tkestrongtli and skill Uceded for "men's blacking" are quite bcyoud most of us oven in these athletic days. Miss M. L. Bdison has thercforo es? tablished in Chicago a parlor where ladies as well as Routlonicn may bavo their-daily "shlno," and sho thus de? scri...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 27 September 1895

tOMUBEBCIAL REPORT. Moster niorUct. 1!t Southeru Associate I 1'ren. Nr.w YoitK. Sept. 20.?Money on cull M 1 in'J per cent . lut lonu ai 1 i?31 and closing ottoted at l 1-2 per cent. Prime mot cuutilo pupor 4] per cent. Storhug ex* elniUKe weak with nelual business in Hunk? ers" bills at 487Jtils7 1-2 for sixty days nuil 4r8 l-9u488! for itcuinud. l'oeted rate?. 488a 4s;>. Coiimioroi.il bills, 4B0JtilS7 1-4. Oov ?tuuicnt bonds linu. lUEBTOCK SIA.UUET? UI.OSlSO CtllS. American Cotton Oil. 21: American Cot loo Oil. ? rof. 70: American Sugar Kcfin f-ries, lfl7j: An ericau Sugar llofmorio*. prof. ICO?: American Tohai-rn. 10H: Ameri? can Tobacco.prof. 107?; Topeka awl Atollison Hanta Fe. 22 S I Baltimore anil Oliio, fit',; Canada raciflc, onj: Chesaneake an I Oliio, 21: Chtoiigoiind Alton, H'.:t bid: Ohieago liur linjttnn and (Juiucy. 852; Chicago (bis Trust. C9 5-8: Delaware and Laokawanna. IG'.i; i''-tiler- niul (nttle Feeders. 22!: Trie. 125: Erie, i r. f.. *.C: General Elec...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 27 September 1895

FREDERICKSBURG CITY _ Delegales Have Been Appointed by the Su? pervisors to the Good Roads Convention. PHILLIPS ,THE FORGER. IN RICHMOND. A iio?it or Lnillc* ami Gentlemen Who Knjoy Themselves 11? i? l'nslilo??. nbif Germnn for ihe House ol llelCKn.tr? A Severe Storm Other Note? of Intercut. Frederlcknburg;. Va., Sept. SC.?(Spe? cial.)?A most delightful evening was enjoyed by those who attended the german given at the Odd-Fcltowa' and rvthlnn Hall last i vi nil u I ! a ntimbei of young gentlemen of this cits tr? hon? or of their lady acquaintances. The german was led by Mr F. W. .lohnst >n and the Harmony Club rendered th musl.: for the occasion. Among those present were: Mrs W B. Tyler. chapc rone; Miss Fanny Itobertson. of St. Louis, with Mr. Charles T. Goolrlck; Miss Jeannettc Bradley, with Mr Wil? liam Bernard; Miss Jennie Phillips, with Mr. Alexander Fttzhugh; Miss Wallace, of New York, with Mr. Frank Smith: Miss Lou Tates. with Mr. Con way Chlchester; Sirs. \V. P Mc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 28 September 1895

SUBJECT OF MONEY The Gold Reserve As Discmssed nt the National Headquarters at Washington. SECRETARY OLNEY AND THE MORA DRAFT ?To ^Distribute The Honey Properly Among Those Interested, seems io Ito a llcrculenB Tusk Clerks (let tiiiK id.- Assignment* in Shape? suits Threatened, Washington, September 27.?The treasury gold reserve lias been reduced tu $92,705,Ot?7, ni which ilgures it stood when the treasury Closed its doors to Oay. These Ilgures were n ached to? day by a withdruwal at New York ror export nt (l.?oo.ouo. 'nie figures tu \s hlch tin- treasury gold reserve have now bi en reduced by In? cessant exports ari' lower than since April 30th last, mi which <lat>' they ure Btnted nt $91,247,1 M, Under the syndicate agreement gold was then be? ing paid into Ihe treasury and from that date the reserve Increased ut> to June 29th, when Its maximum height tlii.s year, standing at $107,712,302, Prom that lime the gold reserve has gradual? ly decll.I unt...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 28 September 1895

Patent remedies ore not usually popular at home. Quratol, how ever, ims been mamifactUrcil In Norfolk for ore year, ami I? more popular to-day tbun ever before. 20,000 BOTTLES Of Qurutul have 1.a sold In Nor? folk and vicinity ami not Mac but priise is heard of its merits, Phli is a sure test. HAUE VOU TRIED IT. a him:h i:\ c*. FREE! FREE! FREE! OCEAN' ^flEW. 1Br: PJTlhfli? F?ll AND WIMM MSR IRE SWING .IS GREATEST ATTRACTION. WEEK OF SEPTEMBER 23d. Tony P.nker. Ti e Naclr^ce Comedian and S ntlmcnt.l Vorallni MISS MAY LILLIE GORDON, 1 ? Kepre>entlvj Champion Expert ItlUc THE ZURICKER SISTERS, Juvenile Song ?nd Da?? a t'-i.?. heill lo pre' ilurti.itiot i in' Popular Sonnt. LITTLE (VltSS MAC. The Yotingetl (" ill Contort lonisl oil ihn Stage, wall tier uiauy ?nndi i ml lean "i back ImihIIiw, .to. De Leon, The Kliman tu- haup, daluiitrd ?? Moplib i aoele* and brilliantly lllninlnntel w Ii m sticua. cant light* mi bit c itiime.thc eu'itml lot whloti be nsa.vos while walklns ii...

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