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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 10 February 1895

FORT S M O UTH. Racy Record Set Down in Read? able Style. A SLIGHT FIRE PUT OUT. Hoard of Supervisors. City Coun? cil. Price of Errs. No Courts Yesterday. Address by Rev. Yung KiungYen. Fune? ral or Mrs. Davis. There wero no Northern mails yesterday. | The City (Juuucil will moot lues* day o ig lit. i'liero was splendid skating on Beott'a Creek vestorday. Mrs. Nellie Male is seriously ill Ot tier bomo on Third street. The Htoumer Virgin iu was carried to Norfolk yeatordtiy to have new tluSS put in. There will bo a prayor meeting at <'eutnd Church this afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. The condition of Mr. lt. H. F. JdoWilkie was contidored very criti? cal last night. A negro named Fields was locked rin yesterday iu the couuty for eteahng candy, Owing to the eickness of .fudge A. 6. Watts there was no court iu ses eion yestorday. F.xp>8 were selling for thirty cents a dozen yoBterdiiy ami wero hard to ?d that wero not frozen, It was thought hiBt night that Itev, Mr. Mitchell's little ...

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. — 10 February 1895

an iiLt! iuim iiiuiiiuuu Reported for Virginian Readers by Special Service. FANCY HOUSEHOLD LINENS. Embroidered Lunch Cloths in Ve? netian Green S?k. Sprint;; Mil? linery. A Combination of Colors. The Alligator Crepons. (>pp dal Oor. of rim Virginian. I Standard or Fancy household 3i:i us are generally an interesting Buhjeot to ladtes.partioulnrly duriug the wiuter, when luuuheous, alter noon lens or dinner parties uro in order,and this season new materials, together with novel nombiuatious, bring about nn iiuusual variety, l'toiuinent anioug small designs on fashionable table cloths are acorns, clover leaves, ivy loaves or two or three blades of grass coulined by u waving ribbon, and others, without borders, show graceful clutters of broad leaved grasses at each corner turning toward tlio centre. Centre pieces, tray cloths-, table or bullet scarfs, illustrate the beauty ol tier manor Fayal handwork, Fronoh or Italian embroidery, and many nre entirely ol Uenniasance lace, with em...

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. — 10 February 1895

SOWU REPORT Rlonov Markcl. B?Southern Associaad I'ross. Nkw Yoiik. February 9,?Money on call nominally IJn'j per oeut. sterling ex? change is Drtiti with astnal business iu bankers biiu at 485i4S5t ror sixty days and 488}nt8SJ for demands Posted rutes, 4S7?.at8.'. Contmcoial bill*, 48G}ai80}. (jovoruiumit bonds closed steady. tuk stuck lunr-aduiiM nun. Auu-rioati Cotton Oil. 10J: Aiuoncan Oottun Oil, preferred, 64a65:lAnieriean Ungar Hefluarios, 91J: Atuerieau Ungar Itefinorics, preferred, 01.: Awer loan Tobaoco, 94; Amarioau To tjacco proferred, 10 H. Atoblsou, Tope* fca and Smith Fe. 4. IlHltiiuuro and Ohio. 02*: Canada Paolfle. Chc*n jicaki' au.I Ohio. 10}; i I.:. ,%.',?? mid Alton, 145; Chicago, Iturliugtou *ni Quiuoy, *0>; Chicago Oaa Trust, 7S{, Oelnf/are, and Ijaekawanna, 159}; Distillers and Cat? tle Feodurs. I rie.'lOj. Krio. praf., '21; tienerul Kloctrie, 381: Illinois Central, t*G; Lab*' Erie and VVosturu. 15J.; Lake T'.rieaud Western, pref.. 68f: Lake Shore, as.'; Lon...

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. — 10 February 1895

HI THE STATE Cil Many Matters of Interest to All Virginians. A BRIGADIER GENERAL NOW. Failure R. B. Leo, the Piano Deal? er. First Train from the North. Anti-Democrats Still Quiet. Murderer Sentenced. Other Matters. (Special l)i$i>Rt,*ii to tbe Virginian.] Riohmond, February '.>. Col. A. L. Phillips was to ni^ht eleotetl Brigadier Central. Tlio tufautry officers being nuuble to oleet called to their ass Btauee tbe Cavalry aud Artillery officers, and tlio vote wiih ]o for Uol. Phillips and 7 for Col. Kalle. B. 13. Lee. n well known denier in pianos aud organs, uiatle an assign? ment to day to Sol Cutobius uud Jackson Brandt, l"u addition to the asset? of bis music house Mr. Lee ?s? gos a large amount oi real estate iu Richmond and tleurioo. ilia lia bilitiea uro estimated at $30,000. Among tbe preferred creditors are three bauka for emus aggregating about $10,000 and Mrs. Mary ,), Lee lor $20.000. Mr-. Lee is tho wife of Ibe a beignor and lonued bitii mouey. The lirst train fro...

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. — 12 February 1895

Weary Watchers Weep for Joy at the Tidings. ANCHORED OFF SANDY HOOK Incoming Steamers Tell the News vit the Gascogne. Floating Sig? nals "Unmanageable and Disabled." In Pott at Last. Tlio Story. Bv Southern Assootated Praia. Quarantine, 8, I.., February 11,? The steamer Bolivia, of the Auuhor 3nue, sighted at noon to-day. the 3'ret.ch .steamer IjB (lascogue, 5U lutlcu cast of Fire Islnnd. Tho Oascoguo wbb nearly a beam wuen jirst boou, l>ut haulotl in toward the laud aud gradually fell astern about c p. m. Saw her last showing three balls, one above tho oibur. indication ??disabled; uumauageuble" hut ns no iissistttuce was usked did uot go to her. 'lite Uolivia also brings word lhat Uaacogue bus uucbored oif sjlnu ?ueeoc.k Light. Tho viunoogae was proceeding under her uwu strum when hIio suddenly broko duwu again und came to auohor. New SfoitK, February 11?-?The tews ihut liu Uaacogue bud beeu sighted was received amid t?o great? est exoilemeul at tin; oQiees of the French Into m...

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. — 12 February 1895

The Virginian's Daily Hints -1 ok HOUSE KEEPERS ! ' Bilfof Fare -kok TO-MORROW, Wednesday, 13th ol February. I> dpTRioirr.l The'desirc to be beloved Is ever restless end unialisned: but the love that Hows out up. u others Is s> |ier|ictu>l wellapriog from ou high. ? Ljdia Murin Cllitd. BREAKFAST. < a meal. BeeTHalls. ?Vanned I'otstoes. MuQios. Peacu Marina la.te. C okhs. Cofl.*. DINNER o.-tt' Soup. C?ld Meat, Si awed Cabbage, Baked Potaicei. Pickles. ?'raub rrr Satire White and Graham uread, Apple Tapt ca I'uddliie. ?5LJ PPER. Whatana. Apple Sauce. Potato Cakes., IBs u I. Syrup. i<a. OX TAIL SOUP. Chop Die ox-tail la pieces au luck long. Sei thriii t.n the tire n t i an outio- ?>! butter;*! r un II they tore bniwii, and then turu the lal oil. Add the am uut of iirnth required,and l oil >1 > lyuutllth i't.t ..f oa-iail a e *ell t e i ndl thru- or lour tooialoss whrle; sea? n with rait stei |ieppet t<oll gently lor tit;reti uiliinttk ami serve, uieal ami all...

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. — 12 February 1895

MILD AND PURE HASVrACTCRED ev ALLEN & GINTER tJj\ k iltrmrnti ol I'm tlw, ftvt Hurt o* <*??. *4 c<nii ID' tna ftumieri; Mii-nuA?- 1'irrni. <'~M u OlU position o Hi-' native ? ?: \ ii glut nrefcrrod. Part culais.lO Muiu St. lol2-lt* 1 A DIES' I'llAVELI.Nli COM PAN ION';PA RTY J, ..: ti.iu i >ii s. lt?fcr*nco? cso'jauijedi 1."' It in iticet. ?1 N i It I W ATCH PATIICLMI It I OK f t -1 fl e si i) Vv ISO tnonlhty. l ullst tit uhi ilatn street; tet--it ?? \i?v"i?: I'H lv MAT1WX, Ho WEEKLY; T J. liivi'ft -i"<J U?ly stenographer, S. 1001 Slain Street. felti-lt' if) FAtirOEY IIUOKKKKPBItS. OFFICE * iutuitu r,87*#: hotel ki< tviirU, three clotkt. 10(1 Mailt ttret t. fcl2-lt? ?I UUo'lECa SALE?ICE CKEAM, CK KAM 4 ami - ilk aau iial al METTOVVER DA IKY. i:t Chariot i c street, (?p lal Inducementa in |niiter anil Chceso. Phuue5-I9; i : it* ?VANTI 1' A FlIWT-CI.ASSi CHEOKED M i ok: settlo-l: liu-la siaud; marking.. A|> |>|-i SI < Inn fit htre< t alter s a. in. _ ...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 12 February 1895

KUTAMiIMBBi* lfj" HJlll.ISHED KYEBX MOHN INU EAOKf t' MONDAY'. vuieiNJUN B?iiiUitca, ?JAUS AND COMMBB?B BTBKSXS. M. GLENN AN. Owksiu_ tourtd ?? wconJ-cuu? wall matter. " Uli rIBt ?LATIOS Ol' TD 10 YlWQlNa IAN U LA IUI ELY IN KXOK-Sof ?"7 ?tber paper pobliihod in Lastern Vir ?'lU oiroulatlou lu Norfolk and l'ort? ir/rntb in areater than that of any paper 5S&5Jor circulated in tho |f? A. Mtlsdeltvored in the cities of Norfolk and 1'ortaraoutb and Bubnrbu for lUoeats a weak. MatlMbieriptlOM. pO?ta?e panu Fite 1 olUrn rer year: Three Mta JOT ilx woath?: One Dollar and Fifty < ontH for three month*, am' Fifty Genta for one B A^vartieetnenta iwiort3d at tbo rate of WOnn ? Hr??? tiaarjN^axioi.; each ?nb.eqnent iniereion S71 Om? CFKT8 V.1I7.K IMIKTFI) KVKttT OTHEB >AV Contractor* i*ro not allowed to exoeed tboir *p?ce or a.-vortuo othor than their legitimate basinesa. excopt by paying ?rrrirllv for the same. Th?tV??ht vir.r.iMAN aanOABOiiwuij, elKM page*, in delivered, postRfro pa...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 12 February 1895

The City and Surrounding Country. LOST BOY FOUND IN SUFFOLK frozen Pipes and Damage From tli3 Cold. Sunbeam Society. Board of Supervisors. Wright Memorial Meet? ings. The ptropt curs uro now rnnmug on full tuno, One person walked from Berkley to Norfolk uu the 100. The steamer Virginia will bo at Norfolk for about six days. The Baltimore bunt came in y03 terduy au 1 bad a hard tune. A white mmi woa arrested last fcifchi charged with an assault. It is sun! ilint ueurly ball tlio water pipes in the privato residences are frozen. The street force cleaned the snow off the roof of the court-house yua Two tramps were accommodated <yith lo.lgiugs at the station-hou60 hist night. Mr. R. H. F, MoWilkie was thought to be in a dying condition yesterday. Several persona walked from the Davy-yard to St. Helena on tho ioe yesterday, The Board of Supervisors will bold thoir regular monthly moetiug this afternoon. Mr. .lohn E. OwiuB has recovered f r i ni his recent Bicknets and was at tiis busi...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 12 February 1895

The Fire Controlled With But Little Damage. EFFICIENT FIRE FIGHTERS Thanks Extended. Funeral of Mr. William Smith. Marriage of Miss Bertie C. Wright and Mr. Charlie Buck. Per? sonal Notes. A Cu e broko out Sunday afternoon about 11:15 p. m. at No. 58 Second streut in a Iratne building occupied mid owned by William and AdUio Wilson, colored. The Iudupoudent Hose Coinpauy was soon on the spot nud got a good Btreara ol water on the burning buildiug und hud the lire under control when the Hope Fire i ouip.au; arrived, bul they put a siri iiin on and soon hud tho tiro completely extinguished. Tho origin ol the lire seems to bo B mystery. All the occupants wore upstairs when the lire was tir-t dis? covered. It had gaiued considerable headway, having burned through tho walla of the ttrst lloor, wbeu the nlarm was giuon. The Wilsons lost neurly all iheir furniture, und bud no iusuruooe, Thoy had ?500 on the house, which ?i!l nearly cover tho damage, T wo buihliugs adjoining were scorched a ...

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. — 12 February 1895

Money ClurUel. By Southern Amiiomo t Preis. Ts'rw Vouk. February it?Money on call ?leady ?t la; pet oeut; lastloao .it iJ per ?out."anil closing loflerod ;?M j por ceut. ? terlitr.; exohenge is tinner, with astual vusiuess in bankers bill? e\t 487J is t for, ei\ty days nml IHSlaWtl for dornend. I'osted rates. 488*48 [? Uouiuiooiai bills. ?8??t8Q}. Uoveruuieut boud* closed ?tssjdy. TQC srooK ?i\iKicr?j1.011ho) uiui. Amrricnu Cotto-.i Oil. 1S^; Amsrtcun Cotton Oil, preferred, 62*631 amerloan Vugar Bsflnnries, 90|: hiuerloau *'us^r lleflneriot, preferred, 91; Amur soau Tobacco, i til; American To? bacco proferrod, 1014: Atohisou, Tope 4? aud Sjnutn Pe, 3': italinuoro *ud sfrbfo. 611: Oauada l'ao\tlc, ritt;; Obesa renke ami Ohio. 10J; i l^cago tut Alton, |t">, Uhicago, Uurlingtoii aud Qniitcy, toi; Chicago o?* I'rust, 73j Delaware, ?n't Iiaekawanna, 159}; Distillers and OaU tie Feeder*. v? line. 9{; Brie, prof.. Sil, ??leneral Electric, 28}: Illinois Central, tVV; Lake I.lie und Wolt...

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. — 12 February 1895

u int m mi I Many Matters of Interest to All j Virginians. THE HENRICO DEMOCRATS The School Book Contract. Get? tysburg Cyclorama. No Sup? port For Whiskey. Median icsville Road Sold. Elec? tion of a Brigadier. ro.pf.eid Dispatoh to tho Virginian. 1 KicHMOSP, Va., February 11.? T e EleurionjDeinooratifl Committee hold u meeting to-day aud deoidod t.) hold o primary eloctton on ilio UStli of iMorc? ior tbo uouiioutiou of oouuty ortlcers. Alroady tlio woods ore full <d candidates aud tbo ooutosl in becoming dooidedly in? teresting. Messrs. -lohn Liudsuy aud tio.ii;;o 12. Anderson, are op posiug .Mr. lirnuor fur ITeasurer. For tue positions of OoruuiiaBiouor of tbo Lteveuue and Supervisors, there aro uutuorousapplicants. Maj. A. H. Courtney is being urged to run tor Conimouwcalth'a Atturuey, against .Mr. Co u way B. Sands, tbo iuuumbent. Muj. Courtuoy resiguod from Hie Committee today wniob fuel bave people construe to menu tti-it ho Intends to run. Ah yo: tbe Populist? and tbe Repu...

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. — 13 February 1895

Ml?FlfltoP1 Result of Exhaustive Inquiry by ihe Agriculture Department, VALUABLE INFORMATION. Cotton Movements to Ports. Amount Remaining on Planta? tion and Interior Towns. Amount Bought by the Mills to Jan. I, '95. II7 Southern AasociatoJ Pre**. m,VASutsaTos,Pebrunry i'i.?State? ments furnished the Department of Agriculture by the various railway ami water transportation companies of the cotton movement to ports uud Northern und Llubtoru points from tho beginuiugol the season to .luuu ory 1st, 18U5, together with returns made by the Department's country cgouts of thsamouutol ootton re? maining ou plantations and iuterior towns Januaty 1st, aud amounts re? ported by mills hh bought from Sep? tember 1st to Juuuury 1st, show u.s follows: Railway movomout from North Carolina, 227,172; remaining on plantations and interior towns, 105, C82; bought by mills, 109.993; total crop, 142,1 17. Railway movetnont from South Carolina," 483,591; remaiuiug on |)lnutatiou8. etc., 110,074; bought by...

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. — 13 February 1895

file Virginian's Daily Hints HOUSE-KEEPERS ! Biliar Fare TO-MORROW, Thursday, 14th ol February. IcorvRtoiiT.i All one's lifo i> mittle, If the notes are right ly rs.-ln-J, and in thai*. BREAKFAST. Hash. Kriod Corn Mi.-a. Holls. Syrup, l'ruhe*. Chuoolate. rDlfMIMERf. 1 hlekeit. willi llisi ill1 l'ut.it. Ihigt, Sweet Point o>. Ui iueil -i i in? lleani. A| ple Jelly, liie.ni. Soft CuMa'rd aod Subw i> . SUFFER. Broad aiid Butter. Baked V liingcrbread. IppleSance. Milk. Tea. SNOW-DROPS. One Clin Of butler; tWbotipi sugar; wldt?s >?t" five east; one mnalleup oi milk; luieecti pie* p.ireI itoar. Flavor with \auiiia aiid initiuOK< Makeiufcutall round tin*. HOT SL^VV. Chop cabhage (Ide nuil >p liikle over with II. a-. Put a small piece-ol minor liiiliuoveii l . iLi.lt. Sot innl p p|" i I lie nib IIB", nuil bill 111 tin-pan with the h tier. Mix half ill ;cnp l li i remit. One o;;. tablespoon it I in istaril, tea kpooul'ul sugar, and beul ihor^tig ly. rervo warm. Mils, I'.tit...

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. — 13 February 1895

iiliMisMMiii Iis Reply to me Merges 01 the Konoik Piioi Newspaper qihi o Foil Siaieneni 01 the Sltuaiion oo? focis os 10 its Prices. me \mimm ww ran the public. -i l^lio Reason for* tla? Cojiipaoy's? Notice of tlno Oilsir^efs. We lo Ilsen es o publlsiiir,(] Cwaponv and lo us Filends in vlginiQ, who hoyg Honored men wiifi Gonllftence und Poliooooc, compels o Notice o! Fnise ond iniiiirous cnoiges. THE TRUTH AS TO THE PRICES OF SCHOOL BOOKS. me ftneiicQii Book my novo, o? ids EsioUismoenl oi o h?h ReloH Role, secured lo me people o ? practical Reduction on me Reloll price oi school books oi modi a lo 75 Per ceni. BTflTEPlENT OF THE COPWY'S SIMS OF SCHOOL BOOKS II! V1HG1HIB II Gun wove Ibol it lias never sold More Thun $00.000 world in Virginia In xore man One Yeor. in 1893 ihe soles were $52,000 odd n 1894 mey Rcccned 559.000. ii umci that me miire soles 01 school Books in Virginia is Kin Over $100,000. 11 VERY COJMETE BHD FULL DEMI ?F THE CESiES. New Youk, February 5, 1895. I 'J'o il...

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. — 13 February 1895

ICS-TAB] isHIl" i860 rrri.ihUiU'i-vi- ui HoiiM.vs b\iu-:it VlltOINlAM UU11.?1S?. V A1 IS >V 1 >- OO M UK I UI E S I U B K Xs. Ui. i'iJ.KNNAN. OWMKU. 1 D)erai|n\.?}c?ii?l-cla?? mall mailer. Tho niton WHo ?!*8 uot ua^ tronl,le With bis pluuihin-;'during this cold spell is decidedly out ol fashion. The Third Ward Deiuooratio Club bdnotinoeS i*\to-day'a V ? sias that a ootnuiitloe from its ranks will dis tribute to ilay betweeu the hours of On. m. und 1 p. in., from the store of s. t iriiiki . :A-Co., o irner of dames nud New streets, 1,000 pound* of flour to-wirf poor of thai ward. This is highly commendable on the part of the Third Ward Club, and Tub Vhminian would be glad to see the example followed by other orgaui iv.itious iu the oity, Uil'f.v ??l i n.i: A'ii.itici> (too Ii. (U.III'AiNl. Thb Virginian published in its issue this m^r'uiug, tho reply ol the American Hook Company, to the clme; b.aar] attacks made lipon the buaiuess'of the company in connec? tion with its cout...

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. — 13 February 1895

P ? RTSMOUT H, Direct Sayings Without Explana ? tion or Comnient. BELLING LIQUOR ON SUNDAY. Ecnrcity of Coal. Tlie Evergreens' Ball. Hurt by a Fall. Vest Pocket Directory. Ferry Schedule. Very Thick Ice. Other Notes. It is said that there is getting to bo a scarcity of coal in tbo city. Tho Lvorgreous' hull lost night was a pleusaut affair, quite u Dumber ut tended. A large force of workmen wus dis? charged from the navy -yard lust flight for want of work. Air. Nathauiol Owens i8 seriously III at his residence ou London street. His death i.s hourly expected. The little ones buvo commenced to umuso themselves by sending valentines under people's doors. Mr. J. T. Patrick, Commissioner of Emigration for tho .Seaboard Air Line, was in tho city yester? day. Kt. Rev. John B. Newton, Bishop of Virginia, will preach at Trinity 5'. E. Church Tbnrsduy night at b o'clock. Miss Nellie Roberts has returned to her homo in Portsmouth after upending several mouths in At? lanta, Qa, Some of tho ice ...

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. — 13 February 1895

Maoy'ltems of a Newsy and Per? sonal Character', Sl.LVE.R MEN FOR PRESIDENT, Cluster Springs Distillery Seized. Educational Gift From Dr. Cur >y. Fusionists Seated in ?'it the Legislature. The ; G Per Cent. Bill. S?peo'ial Dtspatob to tho Yirithilan. Kaobiou, N. 0., February 12.? ToaIhv tho resignation of Hubert \vj YViustou ns Superior Court ,)ud-g.c*wus received by Uov, Ourr. It wiiB aooepted It" is- tho plan of some of the North ('?roliuu silver men to mum natal: aa JHresiileut, Teller, and as Vice-president, Crisp. Thoy claim that their ticket will sweep North Cufr'BUtf? by Gi?.OO'i votes Revohuo" Collector Simmons ro oeijod information to day ul the seizure of the Cluster .Springs dis? tillery, ?t Bine Wing, Persou oouo ty. '' "Two stills ami 4,01)0 gallons o( corn whiskey was sel/.oil, and was taken to Roxboro for Bitfo keepiug. Tbis'waB aregistered distillery. Tho Beiznre of the illioil distillery of lleorgo Nash, in Hoekiughuin oounty, is ulso reported. It was a ninety ga...

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. — 13 February 1895

ill oii? v Harket? r.Y Southern AssociaoJ PrOSS. Nk.w Vouk. February 12?Money on call i\t? por eout; luvt loau i-11 *j per cont. I Ami closiug offero.l at \) per COllt. Btbrliiii; exchanged* dull, with a ? tHill business in bankers bills at 437<l487J for ; Sixty ilavH anil 188.1atoSj| for demand. t'i'Sto 1 r?to*. ?tili. ?oiuiuccial bills. S80&I8GJ. Qovcrutueut bonds olosed firmer. tuic stock MAHKur?.lutwini tun?. I American <'otto:i Oil, Amer oaU Cotton OiL'prefcrred, G21aG4: American Uiinar Iteilneries, liO^t American Bugar Iteflueries, preferred, 91; Amer? ican Tobacco. !'J ; American To? bacco preferred, HILL Atohisou, l'ope ka ami Santa Fe, -I: Halt more und Ohio. 02i: Canada Paoifle. l-,; ?been i- ? !? an : Ohio, l??:t< hiengo au I Alton, 4?; Chicago, Iturllugton and Qitiucy, lOJji Cbiosgu liaa Intal. 71 Delaware, m i Laoknwanua, 1511: Distillers and Cat? tie Feeders, 8J: Krie. n?. Krio. pre f., 21J; tioneral ISIeotric, 28}: Illinois Oeutrnl, B5t; Luke Krie ami Wes...

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. — 13 February 1895

AI I STATE (111 Many Matters of Interest to All Virginians, SMALLPOX SCARE SUBSIDED. Death of Major Nash. Ex-Cham? pion Sullivan Interviewed. Lack of Military Harmony. West Virginia Politics. Spring Races. (Special Dispatch to tlio Virginian. 1 Richmond, Vn.. February 12.? Tho smallpox scare in King William is over and all ilauger frutu thnt eourco has passed. Mr. H or her! I. Lewis, Commonwealth's Attorney of tho couuty, was horo to-day out! stated that bo bad raised tbo quar autiue, aud now the Pnmunkey In diauis aro ngum lreo to go where they please. There \>ero some ume or tou cases iu all end two deaths. Maj. Benjatnio 11. Nusb, u well Itnown lawyer und attorney for the "Richmond and Petersburg Railroad Company, died here to day from grip. Maj, Nusb was uboai 60 yt urs old, a, native of Powbatau, received bis eurly education ut Amelia Aoad emy. served gal lau < ly throughout tho wnr, represented Powbatau and Chesterliold in tbe UoiibQ of l>elo gutes und soon after tint...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
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