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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 30 January 1895

Collected by Our Portsmouth Representative. MR. RIPLEY'S BRAVE DEED. ] _, Two Marriage Licenses Issued. Murder Case in the County Court. Mission Services Next Week. A New Bar? rel Factory. Bend advortisemeut of O. 11. Wol tou & Co. Trinity P. E. Cburou reooived tboir now cushions for the pews yus terday. The funeral o( Mr8. Anu Virginia ?Tohnsou will take pluco tniB morn? ing at 10 o'clock. Bead too advertisement of a lost bracelet iu auotbor column aud re? turn as requested. Ming Ruth Davis, prinoipal of tho Fourth District school, ia uontlned to hur homo by sickness. The regular freu monthly enter? tainment of tbo Y. M. Ut A. will be given to-morrow night. Tbe remains of Mr. Merrill's HttLo sou wero forwarded to Hampton yesterday for interment. Tbe directors of tbe ootton factory Diet Inst night to couaidur the propo? sition for a louse of ttio factory. 1 ho Seaboard Air Line is rebuild Jng the trestle work across Uuiou bridge crock leading to First streut. C ommeucing...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 30 January 1895

i i ?iDjpS Many Items of a Newsy and Per? sonal Character. FLANS Oh" THE FUSIONISTS. The Stitu Guard Appropriation Will Not Bo Entirely:Eliminated Cumulative Voting Propos? ed. A ' Kettle ot Fish" In the Capitol. Special IMapato? to Tita Virginian. Rai.kioh, N. Jauuary 29.? The snowfall.Uore yesterday was so sl.ejit that n tuado uo impression, \\ eat aud north of hero there was tpiite a suow storm. Deputy Collector Foard reports to Collector Simmons the capture oi a 150 gallon illicit distillery near Carer, Uookiughnin county, with 1,600 gallons ol beer aud sevouty callous of whiskey, tt wan owned In .i. J, Phillips, "ami lie aud throe other men were arrested. Ouo of the Republican Henators made a statement tu the effji t ttint tiie Legislature will iu all probabiii ty adjourn by February 15. other members teli me there is uo ground for such belief; that it is impossible to dispose of the bnsiuesa by so early, a date. It may with good r- nsou l?e taken for grunted that tue Legislatu...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 30 January 1895

CQMMERCUL REPORT IHeilCT "llrlu I. By Southern aVuooiaed Press. JRr.w Yohk. January 29. -Money on call fca? been firm, at 2 per cunt;last loau at 1 Ker cont. and closiug otTurod ut 2 per cont. terliug exchange ia stroug, with actual business in bunker* bilU at 4HSJ.i I8;J| for sixty days anil 4s9;n4>i9J for demand. 1'oBtod rates, t89l?490|. i onim.roial bills.487|a4SS?. Qoveruiuont boudl closed ?teady. CBN 8TO )K M\iiKKr?ni.ixisii bios. American Cotton Oil. 19. American Cotton Oil, preferred, G2'a(j5: American lugar Henneries. B94: American (lugar Hoflnorn-s, preforred, 90{; Amor loan TohROCO, OJ; American To ftiacoo prefcrru I. IDG: Atclnaull. Top? ka and Santa I V, 81: Halt more and Ohio. 61|i Canada Paoiflo. ?lj; Chesa fienkr: an.l (lino. 1(!{: Chicago aud Alton, 47; Chicago, llurliugtoii aud Qninoy, tO}; Chicago (las I rust. 72 Delaware, aud I.ackawanus, 1G7;: Distillars an.l Cat? tle Feeder*. Hj. Krie. Of; Brie, prof., at); Oeneral Kleotric, :.0\; Illinois Contr?l, B...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 30 January 1895

Si i si ilj Many Matters of Interest to All VirginianSi MR. H0BS0?S CONFERENCE. Gov. O'Ferrall Has Not Yet Exam? ined the Papers in the Court of Inquiry. The Meeting of the Students. Still Hopelul for Her. Special Dispatch to the Virginian. RtuUMo.Ni>. Va., January 20.? Gov. O'Ferrall bus not to* >et ex utuiued the pa pore submitted to liitu by the court ol inquiry und, there? fore, was not prepared to day to give oui anything about the matter, it ih pretty well understood, how? ever, that tbe court sustaiua the of fleers who ooustitntod the court* martial, refusing t<? proceed with the trial ol a ease, believing tho bony to bo illcguiLy ooiistilutod,wh i were ceustired by (Jol. Jones, It; other words, the report according to gossip in military oirolos, eu ? tains the opponents of Col. Jones, but no oue nopears to be able tu suy how lur It "goes. Uov. O'Perrull told me to day that tho report and aconipauyiug papers would he ex amiued just as huou as ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 31 January 1895

Toll. xtjViiij?no. <u: gOBFOLg VA? TliUESDAY, JANUARY' 31. 18?5. P RIO JE 2 GEjSTTS ?11 C1ISI.I j TUf?? Hundred and Flftu Passenyers Lost. IHE LLOYD'S STEAMER ELBE GOES DOWN. emu about Twenty Souls pre Saved. Heartrending Scenes. The Passen? gers Are Asleep at the Time of Collision. The Sad Tale 1 as Tolci by Two of ttie Passengers of the Fatal Ship. Tho List. Earely have tho wires Dashed newts rf snob direful nceideut u.^ the ?inking of the North German Lloyd's C?4t steamer E bo off tho English const at yesterday's sunrise. An unknown vrs.-el rammed her on the port aud before the frozen ropes could respond to the frantio efforts of the orew to lower bout.--, tho ves *ol I ad beguu to sink und wus EOon swallowed up. Of tun passengers und crew of 380 only twouty were resoued. These were lowered into boats und oller terrible I a feting with the sen were i ioked up bv n fishing sinuok und carried to Lowest oft, where they ruve out the terrible details of the ?disaster. Londo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 31 January 1895

The Virginian's Daily Hints -FOB HOUSE KEEPERS ! BijlofFare TO-MORROW, Friday. 1st of February. ICOPTKtOHT.I A kindly ncl Is a kernel sown Thai will .ir.iw ii> a goodly tr,-\ Shedding III null wriien time hai flown Down ihe gull oi eternity. Boy i t O'BBiLKr: BREAKFAST, dring??. Oatmeal. Fried Fl?h. Baked l'otaioe?. Corn Oriddie Cake. Whlti) Biead, by tip. Co tro DINNER. B et*Brain, sladied l'o'a lops. Hot Slaw. While and ?ruhaui bread. Cod' e .telly, Cap t ftk>. SUPPER. Or.uani Muffins. Cold M?at. .telly. Wafer*. Milk. 3\a. ' BEEF BRAISE. "Tlireu round- loan b#cf; onion, oarr.it, turnip, tfkraley ami bay leaf. I'm lite re etabl ? in bottom of deep crock or p.m. lay thin slice, ol salt p-.rk over; tlio i the beer, ii<d . u I tkewer ?d; cover with pork; |K?uro?cr acup ofbolllnj water .mi co i ohwcly w t!i a pa- ?? of Hour and water. Hale s'o vly tw > ami ono-half ho ir?: ut caver, pin.- ag tli- meet In hoi oreu foi half an hour. Ii 11&a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 31 January 1895

^?i OVER THE GLOBE * - f\ Dr. Plorco's Pleasant r.?\ Pe 1 1 e ta uro 1?nown. V > j \\ v Tl y r.ro fnr more 'j-?* rlu'.-iivt? iu uroesinn; YJrJLIBf the live; to action & than tue old-fashloned -ti^ cathartic pills, calomel or "blue pills" and are purely vegotablo and per? fectly bartnless in any con? dition of tbo system. No care is re?juired wliilo using then). They em-o biliousness, sielt headache, coativonoss, sour stoinaoh, windy belch lugs, " hoart-burn,"pain and distressafter eating, und kindred derangements. Mni'lrjnrndil. Orange Co., N. 1". Dr. Pinnen: ?1 Buffered untold misery Tiiii bleeding piles, i could gel no relief night or day, until I used your "Pleas:mt Collets," and now fur two years, i bavo not been troubled with the plica; it my In srcls if" >'i a constipated condition, 1 .. dose ol v. in ?? Pellets," and the trouble is all dispelled by ncit dny. wArv*.i'i':i?. /Stterre/reirntl of I'm clan, ih n lint! or Ittt, 'H> nnii ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 31 January 1895

tfcTlBUSUXD 1B(5!> f>TJi;i.lt>HEl> EVERY MOllNHNUKiUEt'T MONDAY. VIRGINIAN UUILOINO. ?JA1N AND COMMERCE STttEEXU. SI. GLENN AN. OwXMh Kniend i -ond-elasa iiihiI iiuillni. j itK iilii ?I.ATION OP THE VlUQiHJ IAN in LAllGELY IN EXCK S of sny other paper published in Eastern Vir? ginia. its circulation iu Norfolk and Ports? mouth is greater than that of any puper pnldit-boo or ciroalatod in tho two otties. It isitellvored in the cities of Norfolk and Portsmouth and suburbs for 10-conta or.cek. Mail subscriptions, postago paid. Hve Dollars per year: Throe Dollars for mx months: One'Pollsr and Fifty Cents for three months; ami Fiftv Cents for one month. . Advertieemcnte iueertod st tho rate 01 96 0b?ts & ^grsiiit l insT InaxaTioMt eaoh gnbseqatnt iusersiou 371 Cents, or 50 oxkts TfBK* IKBBUTXD SVBUT OTnxU OAV. Contractors uro not allowed to oxcoed tbeir space or advertise other than their legitimste business, exoopt by paying apeoif...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 31 January 1895

Newsy Items Gleaned by a Busy Reporteri' COTTON MILL PROGRESS Ctabbing Case Continued. Shoot? ing Cases Dismissed. In New Quarters. To Straighten Streets. Ruts Cause a Fire. A Funeral. Portsmouth sent eevernl hundred ?people over to tlio minstrels last ?light. Mr. Sanford, ouo of tho poweragc contractors, arrived in the city yes lertlay, Tho ouly tiling registered nt Iho ftatipn boiise last uight was two drunks. Tho North idroet muddle is set tied on one side at least. Just when the other side will be sottlod is hard to tell. The Independent boys will move In their new quarters to day. It is cue of the hantleomcst engine houses ta i his State. Tho Independent boys changed \boir nnml yesterday aud moved iu their new quarters instead of wait? ing fur to-day, A gentlemau lr.>m Smith Bold yes? terday suit] I hat when ho left there Vostordoy there were six iuobes of enow on the ground. Mr, Charles Godwin, b former tesideut, is visiting his old homo. Jl e hus been living iu Was...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 31 January 1895

INI IttiRII? Small Items of a News^ md fer> soru! Cua!.i:t'?r. GOV. CARR'S .RECEPTION.! Some Populists' Declined lp tttohdl S?pA'-Jte Caucuses Will d?Jrt? Illicit Oisbllurs. Regard the University Apprani?tU' tion. Bu??rr'SiStntidi Sr-eoi*i Diaoawltta '-'U<? ru^taiaa. KM.bi-.K. if. C. January Guv. Cur's 'ir-* <-'--' - '"'?'?- -- "r this season was gi*? *? 1 tive Mausen Us; evening. Is was ia couipliuieut to the Le^ ?.?Vir <?.?o. hull of the menu-crs of which were preseut. Mrs. v arr. .Mrs. A. V|. Holladay, Mrs. S. F. I'elfair, Misa Marv Davit and Miss Mary Uiuton assisted iu receiving, inero was music and dancing. Some Populists would not attend the reception because they said, Gbv. Carr had declined to receive the National Farmers' Alliance winch meets here next Tuesday, The Populists are in many cases tar more bitter towards Democrats thau thu Hepublioaus are. The fact is now nuquestioned tbut the county goverumeut auil election law bills...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 31 January 1895

C01IEU REPORT RIomot Wnrkct? Uv Southern a\Mooiaei I'ra*-?. 5eh Yoiik. January 80, M may <>ii enll Iiah been firm, at 2 per emit, last loan it 2 jper cent. audcloslu; o 'ere I lit 2 per uetlt. ?t*te>r i i11 exobaiigo is strong, witti aotual business in banker* bills it is-. . ;ss;. t,.-. Sixty days anil 4 "19 :i t-'.I, tor domaud. jvstod rates, 4^:i;ol 0. Commercial Vills. tsvialbS. Goveiunieut buuds cIojO I steady. TUIt stock KstlKF.l'? olo-ltttU BIU1. ?.tnericiui <"otlo:i Oil. 1!). Auioroau Cotton Oil, preferred, 0 'a'jj; Amencau feugar ltetlueries, 8.'^ American tjugar IteBuoriea, preferred, '.'i>; Amur tonu Tobacco, 02;: American To? bacco preterre I. ln7. Atobiaou, Topa? k* aud Sauta Ko, H;: ttaltinora aud Ohio, filj; Canada 'Faoille. 61?; Che*h frtiiU- au.l Ohio. 10 J; Chicago au I Alton, 147; Chicago, liurllugtou and Oaiiicy, 5?i; Cbloago Gas Trust, 73* Dataware, *u I Laokawanua, 169}: Distillers and Oat* tlu Feeders, 8j....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 31 January 1895

ni i ippii Matters of Interest to All Vir? ginians. DR. HOGE'S FIFTIETH YEAR. Celebration of His Pastorate. Tho College Fracas. The Proposed "??.noval of Hampden Sid? ney. Inquiring About Farming Lands. Special Dispatob to the Virginian. lUcHUosD, Vs.. January 30.? A good niau.t conservative people here ste inoliued to regret tlint tuu Btudentsol the University College of Medictue should lisvo ukou auy notice of tue nfortruees mado to Jefferson Davis t>y young Mi.ler. of Pennsylvania. It i* unite certaiu thai hi- did uot meau any iu<iut to auyouo, and wlmt he wroto was written nut) uo idea of how otlou eiyo it would bo to Southern peo? ple. Fortnuately the mutter ended iu im apparently satisfactory tunu jjcf to all concerned. Tins is a new ouilege. It w?s lounded n year ago by Dr. Iluuter MoUuire und other doctors ui id capita ists. Dr. Ma Guire is the lieuu of it. It is a-nd that bo did uot kuow that Miller hud offended Ins fellow-pupils uutil yesterday tuorni...

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

VOL,. XLV1TI1??O. (>!2J yOKFOLKs VA.. Fig ITA Y. FEHEUAKY 1. 1895. PHIOE2 GENTS Additional Details of That Tragic Disaster. THE CRATHIE RAMMED HER. Active Lookout foe tlie Second Boat Let Down From the Elbe. No Word of Cheer. The Story of the Collision Graphi? cally Depicted. Uv Soutliom Associate i Pros*. London, .lauuury 31.?Tbo loen of ?hu North G.rmun Lloyd's stuuni thip Elbe, with nearly 100 lives, is oiie absorbing topic of conversation end comment in all circles this enuritiuR. The latest information uh a., the utimber of lives lost places it ?t :;V4, at least that is the number missing and there is very little '?Bnjio entertained that any of these ?rill eventually be heard from alive. Jt is iruu, however, that some "Yarmouth and Lowestoft fishing ftnaoks, whii-h iuo out on cruises an tho vicinity where tho Wild Slower picked up tho Elbe's Cioat containing twenty survivors, nave uut yet returned to Iheir homo 5? irt.s no that there Mill remains a possibility tnat o...

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

-vor HOUSE-KEEPERS ! Bill of Fare -VOR TO-MORROW, Saturday, 2d ol February. I COPYRIGHT. I ExamjpU) is tnotv t/um prtctpt. BREAKFAST. Apples aud Daten. Corn Mush, ?Uli Cream. Dried I'o-ji in (.;r.iw. Browned Hotaloe?. Roll-, t'..?.-e. DUMMER. Cold Beer. H>'t UriiT?. Steamed l*eta?oe?. Celery. Tickle*. Fquesb. Knill Pull i i;d Hug. SLJ PPER. White and Grabau Bread. Baked Keaus. Tomato Ketchup. Apple Sauce. Tea. The ?wnrW w.mlS h?Tc been merely notliint; except ii'r life. All tlir.i liTii feeds. 8;xll should be cateu with liuts to niU ui I MESSME_?NDORSED By Trade Committee of the Cot? ton Exchange. ITS POLICY COMMENDED. Norfolk Merchants Favor Retention of Our Good Credit Abroad and Believe the President's Plan Conducive to Sta? bility of Currency. Tho Onancial recommendations embodied in President Cleveland's receut message to Congress upon tho state of tho onrrency have mot with a prompt and hearty endorse meut at the bauds of Norfolk's bus? iness men, Bpeaking through t...

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

KEEP THEM OUT Jf\ ^ -id ?t\ ?all thoeo germs, Y"* VT r-vTT. the Beeds of dis r^vA^x/^rs W??, ease.that are try t>-^rOi^^|^Aj^.-j1,;r,|(Vyall(t IliRUt Li. to get ft foothold nlu your system. You can't do it, unltKs your liver Is active. The very best medicine Cur tbo Wy/1 ...V'^'' It vef a ml tliu v K - blood, is Dr. Pieroo's Golden Medical Diacovory. Take it when you're netting thin, or have piui jilcs or eruptions, when you ve no appetite and feol "run-down" (these are warning signals)?und you'll save yourself from serious illness. FVailWlll, l.ane Co., Oreo. My wife is another woman, u? rar us iicr health is eoneorneil; since tnkimr your **Golden Medici'.! l Mscovery " and " Pallets," ehe says slio feels better than she him for years, She has itnined twenty-Ove pounds In tliree uiontbs. WANTKUi 4\4\ ntltrmniu of Iniirlius, pit linn or leu, Uo emu lor one tmtuwn: 60r?n?ror three. i?OB:t?AI.K <d: LEASE- v PINK OPEN Kraulte quarry ?: tiding on N, .v w. t:. It., ...

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

KKTAKXISHKD 1S65. PUBLISH KU F.vr.HY MOKNlNG BXOEPT MONDAY. TJUQ1N1AN BUILDING. ft) A?i AND COMMKKOK BTBBKIS. M. C.I.EN NAN. OwNr.a. holcrcn ?? ttroutl-cl?" mail msttst. ?1 HE CJK? Ul.ATION OK TDK V11MUN3 1\N it I.ABGEU IN EXCE-S of any Other paper published in Koatotn >ir Kl?n'cirtnl?tlon iu .Norfolk ana Forw montb if greator than that of any paper ?abliebe?! or circulated in the two oitles. It is. t?Tered in the cities of Norfolk and l ortoniontl: and suburbs for lOeenU a week. Miult*nbpcriptions. postage pain, Five I ollsrs per year: '! broo I'ollarB for ri months: One PolUr and Fifty < ents for three months, nnd Fifty Cents for one 61 AdvhertiFemcnts inserted at the rate of 7f>Cr>ts * bQCAKE 1 ibpt Iwanow; eaoh subsequent innereion 37* Cists, or M cf^TH HUFS jy.SF.ltTF.1) FVF.11T othsb day. Contractors are not allowed to exceed their space or R.-vertiso othor titan tbeir lepitiniate busine^. except by paying ?pf-cislly for tbe ssmo. Tf...

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

PORT S MO UTK. Spicy News From the Enterpris- \ ing Sister City. j STABBING CASE CONTINUED. Mayor's Court. County Court. S. A. i.. Ynrdmaslers Changed. Mr. dudkir.s Acqudled. Fwocr al of" Mrs. ditchings. Fighters Arrested. To-day commcuces tko last Winter month. The School Board will hold forth tonight. Two drunks wore fined Si each iir the Mayor's Court yesterday. .Air. ?uorgu Curtis, olurk to Ad? miral Blown, is Ht bom.) sick. Yesterday was pay day for the Cleriis and officers ot the yard, Capt. .lohn T, Iirady uud brido will return this morning from their bridal trip. A marriage license whs issued yesterday to Michael Fiuherty to ved Miss Mary Cox. Owing to the inclement wonther lost night the membors' outertuiu uiont was not held, but will bo iutcr on. In accordance with a previous or flrr of tue Seuboiird Air-Lino, chaug68 in the yurdtnusterB go Into effeot to day. Constable Jackson arrested some white and colored men at Woat Norfolk Wednesday for lighting, Tliey wore lined Si ...

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

Why So Many People Have Dim Vision. 'Great Danger of Weak Eyes Lead? ing To Total Blindness. Some Frets About ths Eyes Which Many People Do Not Know. Nothing in this world is so impor? tant us our uvc-eigbt. Tho very thought of becoming blind sends a thrill of horror through our souls. Ami yet most every body has more or less weakness of the eyes, And tliov go rits'lit on, day after day. sirsiiuu? aud abusing them, little thinking of the fearful danger tncy incur of beooruiog blind. Tor weak eyes may easily become totally blind. , ,, . Hard work.tired nerves.bad blood and rundown systems weaken the eves. Following is the mo?t woii derfnl cure of blindoesa on record. Mrs. i arno 1. heed, of Jay Bridge. Ale?, *avs: *'ln .iannary I began to fail. I wao all tired ont uud overworked. My nerves bsoame very weak, aud I was verv uorvouc. Finally l began to lose'my oye-fight, and 1 grew stead ly worse. ??I could notice to pew or knit, and 1 could not tee to do my house work without the aid o...

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

COMMERCIAL REPORT niuni'v Market, By Southern AatooiMd t'ro?*. ? Now Youk. January 31, --Money on call ban been eu-y. at lia2 per cent. last lo:in ?tu pgr cent, aud closing oflfere? at u pur rent. Storliuj; exobaoge is eash r, with astual business lu bankers bills at 488}/:i lor sixty day* and 4H91a439| lor de? mand. Posted rutoa. 43'JaPJO. Ooniiuor ciai bills, lS7alss. (.CoYcruiuent bonds closed lower. tbk stook MMiKP.r?oiaminh gin-i. American) Cotton Oil. l'JJ; Am?r can Cotton Oil, preferred, (jt; American linear Henneries, t'tij: Aiuoneau int;Ar Refineries, preferred, 91; Amor Scan Tobacco, US: Anierioau Xo Imcoo preforre I, 100: Atohisou, l'ope ?:a aud Santa Fe, 4i: Haltmore unit Ohio. Oil; Canada t'acifi.-. !<2[: Cbena t'o.iUi-an.l Obio. 10,i; ClnraKo nut Alton, 017; Chicago, liurltitgtou aud l)niuoy, 5l; Chicago (tan 1 rust. 74 Delaware, ?Uli Laeknwauna, 169|: Distillers anil Oat? tie Feeders. 8. I-'no. 10:! Erie, prof., 21; t<euer?l Rleotrio, 'Jj. Illino...

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

Many Matters of Interest to All Virginians. QUARTERMASTER CAPTAINS. Richmond's Quiet Social Season. To Got Up Spring Races. Base? ball Park Improvements. Travellers' Protective. Association. Spool*! Dispatoh to tho Virginian. RioBiiosD, Va., January 31.? Ab has boou stated in tho news papers Lieut. Knight, tho United IStatea Ar rny officer Btationed hore.is n candidate for ouo of tho quartermas? ter captaincies soou tu be tilled. Three appointments are to bo made before tho Ith of Murob. The Lieu? tenant is a Virginian, but ior seven years was ou the frontier beforo being assigned to duty in hia native ?State, tie hus a strong backing. Tho solid Texas delegation in Con greBS is said to bo for him, as well as iuauy other Senator? and Repre? sentatives. Tho Seoretary of tho Isavy has tlio appniutinouta to make. A good mnuy inlluential Virginians hove written lotters to Washington in the interest of tint Lieutenant. '1 his yonug geulletunu is u near relative of Mrs. Charles T. O'Fer ra...

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