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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 17 March 1895

iinuitiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiHiuiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiinnra a When this disease gcU hold of you 5 with all its accord pauyiug tortures.| you require 11 remedy about which 3 there is u?> uncertainty?something | that will quickly drive out the cold, ? restore the blood to a normal cotldi- ? tiou, leave you free from acbes und 5 pains, and prevent any distressing = after effect*. That's 2 No other remedy so effective, none _ so certain of results. Tcaspoonful i doses in hot milk or water, every | 2 hours, will break it up in a sin I gle day if taken when first attacked. PERRY DAVIS & SON Providence, R. I. \ !p.?miMiirtiiiiiiiiiii(inniii.iimnmmiiiiiiniuiiiiiiipinJ POHTsnVltl II ABVEUTI.M' 'I I M S ANYONE DESntlNQ THEIR HOUSE < c't| pad can eall at 323 biuy street, Klitl get a first-class jeb. l'rice, 9'2. mrlB-81 POTATOES. POTATOES, Ml'hi (ran Early llosj for see.l. and Rur liauk'i for taiinj;. Will nuloarf Tills Satur? day) MOBNINO. to be m.H aheap by THK E. 0. HHOOKH CO ...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 17 March 1895

<A Deadly Duel thai Has Greatly Excited the Southern Republic. TWO. HIGHLY PROMINENT MEN pr. Lucio de Lopez, Financier, Ap L pointed to Examine the Affairs of the Provincial Bank. Col. Sarmiento Convicted. Lo? pez Killed. Tho mails from th--Argentine Ropnb J5c bring uev: of a terrible tragedy which caused an unprecedented sen S?uen in tiiat c.mntry. Dr. Lucio (Je Lopez, one of the lead? ing financi? rs and most influential men In the republlo, who was appointed by the government to investigate the af? fairs of the Pro\ iucial bank of Buenos Ayres, mode a report to tho courts -which caused the arrest of Colouel Sar juieuto, a son of the late President Sar? au ieji to, who.* e memory is revered liko that of Lincoln in this country. Ho was once minister to the United States and 5r said to have afterward Americanized the Argentines Colonel Sarmiento was convicted in tho court of tho first in ?tauco and appealed to tho superior court, where there was a mistrial, two judges voting to c...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 17 March 1895

TOoncy "1:11 Ii' < l!v Southern Associated Trnsg, 3?cw Yoiik, March 1c.?Money ou call 11 per cent. Sterling exchange i- iiriii, wl h actual huiin B< in biiukers' bills at US (or sixty days und 4S'.>t for iioniau 1. I'osto 1 antes, 0<la4U<). Comtu:rcial bill*, iSUjuls/J. lioveruiiiunt bond-t closed firm. tub stuck mahu1.t? iluriso u1us. 4Yuiericnu Cotton Oil, 24}; Amcrio in ( ot ?.oii Uil. pre f. 0'J{u70; American Sugar llefiu erica, 97|; Amcricai Sonar llctlnorio', pref, ij. American 'tobacco. UU]: Ainoricun J o baccc, pro;.. 105: At.-liisoii, Topok* and I'untu I e, 8|: Baltimore und Ohio, 53: Can ?On I acifio, 971: Chesapeake antl Ohio. H?; thloago and Alton, litt: Ohio?go. hurling ton uud Quincy. Til;; Chicago Oai Trus:. Mln Delawaie ami Lacnwanua. 169}; Distil? lers and Cattle Feeders. 12 j. l rio. 7J: Erio. ? ref,lti; Otuernl Klo.iri Illinois Cen? tral, Hi; Lnke Erie and Western, l?; Lake J7ria ami Western, prof., 71; i.uku Shore. 3 ii}; Luuiivilte a id Nash rill ...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 17 March 1895

Col. L. P. Harper returned last uigbt from bis trip tu Richmond, Miss .1 ulia Phillips cot back from Kew Orleans, Lit., nod Danville, Vs. Josegh Little, of tbe Farmers' Bank, bas beon elected vioe president of tbe tsufiolk B. Y. P. ?. Tliis lieed was yesterday recorded in tbe bounty Clerk's otlioe: William T. Smith and wife to Riebard Cornoy, fifteen acres of laud iu Cbuckutuck District. Nan6enioud enmity; consider ption. Slot). Richard II. Phillips was yesterdny licensed to marry Lucy Ann Smith, colored. Tbe event will be solemnised to-day in the county, ScfJootier leaac 11. Tillior, Capt. French, rrmslur, which brought here from lioothebav, Me., a cargo of ire for E. E. Holland & Co., left yester day for Newport News uuder tow of tug Sally, Tn\Mr Attempts Hoitsbbrbakixo.? | A white tramp attempted to foree an entrnnce into the residence of Mr. II. ?Innnary, Saratoga street, at 2 o'clock in the nfternoou. Ho had ouret the flutters aud was rnisitig the wiodou when the noise arou...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 19 March 1895

VOL. XLVIIII?NO. 1(H). NORFOLK, VA., TlKSDAY, MARCH Ii?, 1895. PRICK 2 CENTS A Strong Card From Two Promi? nent Alabamians. "THE DE FACTO GOVERNOR." The Signers of This Card Deny That the Financial Condition of Alabama is a Good One. They Also Hold Col. Oates Responsi? ble for the Trouble. By Soutlioru As*ooiatu.I l'rarf?. Kew Yuiik, March IS.?Tbe follow? ing statement was givt>u o\it to duy: Asron II >??-! . i New Sonic, Mi r U IP, IS'.'."), f S'o itic Prcas of Now ) ?</?/.? < '/'<</: Tho de facto tiovoruor of Alabama. Col. Outcs, lias made public through the presB certain statements regarding the financial condition of Alabama which we, in justice to a common reuse of honesty, feel it a duty id re lute. The reference uue would Lave from his interviews, in which he status that the credit of Alabama is so good, Would bo that the State id iu a peaceful aud prosperous couditiou, this not being the caso. The faota uro that under the preced? ing administration tue Gove...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 19 March 1895

The Irish Societies Honor the Patron Saint. THE ANNUAL BANQUET GIVEN An Elegant Supper. Beautifully Deco? rated Hall and Eloquent Speeches. One of the Most Brilliant Cel? ebrations Ever Given in Norfolk. The Catholic societies of Norfolk celebrated appropriately yesterday St. Patrick's Day. Tho beautiful Irish Hag was seen floating from a number of prominent buildiugs in honor of tho patron Samt o( the htucrald Isle. Tbe Irish colors were worn t>y mauy promi? nent citizens, und while there was no street dcuicuntratiou, tho city bad tho eppearauce ot a happy holiday, und tbo festivities closed with a graud banquet at Emerald Hall last night. Tbe Committee ot Arrangements bad bsen industriously making prepa? rations, and may well feel proud of their effort. The hail was beautifully decorated with Hags of all nations. At tbo head of the hall iu a bower of palms wero seated Borjea' orohestra, whiob, during tbo eveuing, discoursed appropriate music. BANQUET. Mr. Johu B. Lougbran was t...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 19 March 1895

WA!vri-:i?. \1TAN i KD ?a first-class retail do hing salesman; " onowtaohaa comuianl ol ami can iurucnoa tmde; splendid salary to light ma i. Appl- ??. Virginian office, nirli) St UKKipK MATItON, airmailing hotucketpar.steaui loat atrwards, ladles' couipuutnu, tralued Burse, child's uovernra?, Ihre? i on feet lottery in a 5adi??. dentist's office attendant, tirontr white ?errants. LADIES' KXCIIANCK. 100 Ma.n -feet. liirlV-lt* \y ANTED- Ship chandler'i clerk, office man *' aaer, t7A; faotory watchmen at one*, 12t?j; bar? rel basket catkir*. six boya, two euglnacra. oir I r lara. iwout* i-aerai purpose man, t ali early, TIIK EXCHANGE, lttl Matu street. mrlll-U Ml ANTED?Young laoy ol reflnemenl disirei position u- ladlea1 traveling eompaniou,type writer, aa Dtant I.kkecneror lieht office workj ri-fcnnei". ? \ra.inL;.-1. .\-t?lie.^ Mis. M. W. P., Vlrgiuian olBce. mriT- tt? "IITANTED -Energetic men ami women, hoyeeail *i glrla, to canvaa* foi Dawn and Dink. Apply for territory id once. L...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 19 March 1895

r_?iAM.i?wcn 1855. {"UBLISUED EVERY mousing EKCETT MONDAY. YIHQIN1 an BDILD1NO. MAIN and COMMERCE STREETS. M. OI.ENNAN. OvrsKit. Katero.l ai ?toon.l-ola m niattor. THE OinOl'LATION OF TUE YIHGINIAN i? IA.KOE1.Y IS KXCESS of ?n. other taper publwh'dln East ruvirgiuin. Its oireuluti u .'i Xorfols ami Portsmouth i? criater than Unit i f any i>a]>or published or eitouiate i iu (be two oute?. it ii delivered m tbe eitles or Norfolk and ports-^ouib. Bud suburbs for 1U ooul* a vuek. til ??0 Options, postage paid. F t?j Dollars per year; ihreo Hollars tor -ix mouths. One hollar and fifty Cent? for throe moutbs; anil Hit* Gents lur one 111 A^nerthetutn'-h inrerte.l at the rato of Ck is a s* r a sEllufi in-ii-.tion: each subse? quent insertion :i7) Ckktb, or &> Cents \?hin ism 'ii' f.vv.ky OTttCK 1>ay. Contrac? tors arc not ?Howe.! to eicoe.l tl eir spa a nr ad ertieo other than tl.eir Iori ima'.u business, eictpt by paying especially loi the same. Tai. Wi'ii.v Visu-ian ?Nh Ca...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 19 March 1895

Poli rsiioi l it ADVEIITINK.WteN > S Special For f o-day. Vino Vr.-u.-h Peat, r.2lc per oau. v laileorg s Cured Cod?sb, Sc per ponud. Caniio i Corn a'i I Tom itoe*. 8c per cm standard Tom it o>. o per can. C. W. In DQlNd A CO.. ??>!?- ? rnwior.l Htruet. Dwelling House Wanted ! \'o liiro near business portion of nigh trei't, Biulablo for familv or livo i or?on?. J. JtOSKSlixUM. ?Jlti il v, i Btreot. ?nrlQ-3t Iteliable .>hoe Store. POTATOES. POTATOES, ?ilobigan Early Ho-'i tor Beel, and Bur? eau*'* tor eatiUK. Will unload THIH iSatur tlay) MOKNiNO. to l>c Bold onenp l.y TUt K. f BUOOKS CO . Jtlaiih If til. 311 aud lilt IliKh street. " Rents Goiieciefl-?omtiiK Returns Mode. ~ho old. ft -coney In the citr. We biro Blty-livc tat'a fled landlords, und oan nave ?o.i luunov, ,1N0. I.. WATSOS. I'm tsmouth. Va, NOTICE. |UW. ilesiro to. all the attention of nur fr omts and tlio public generally t > our new ?in?.-of Silk and Wo I Spring 1) o b Kuitinga. *t ?> ami lOienta pe...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 19 March 1895

ft ilil] Happy Result of Richard Mans? field's Introduction, ECCENTRICITIES OF GENIUS. T6 Please the Genial Joe, After Flatly Refusing to Appear on the Stage, "Richard Was Hiniself Again," and the Play Proceeded to the Gratification of All. Joseph Jefferson and Richard Mat'is field met for the !ir.-t tiiuo recently, and the members of the Twelfth Night club Bow reckon uveuts from that time. It happened in this way: Mr. .Mans? field bad volantoered to take part at their recent benefit at the- Empire thea? ter, but a few day.-; before the event sollt Word that it would be ilnpost-ibhi for 5iimtonjipc.tr. The Twelfth Nightcrs do not liko to cause any disappoint? ments, So the young wotnon weit-thrown into n great Hurry. Mr. Mauslleld was nuo of tho strongest cards of tho event. Miss Beatrico Cameron, who is Mr6. IMansfiold in private lifo, und who is plso a loyal member of tho Twelfth [Night, was appealed to by her follow i ? members and it appears that under her tinfluenoe Mr. Mansfie...

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. — 19 March 1895

Moiicv Rlnrket 1ST Southern AsBoeintoJ 1'reii, New Voiik. March 18.?Money 0:1 call firm at 2n2', 'per cent; 3 doling ?t 2 Imt ocut. Sterling exnhaugo Ii Una, with actual business In baukera' hilla at >87fn4S8 tor illty <!:iya ami -ISialS'.i,1 for demand. Coated ratca, 484)it4ttO. Commercial bills, *87u487L (iOTeruhient bond* cluavd higher. tub stock market?ulouixo mus. Amoricun Cotton Oil, 21}: Amerloin Cot? ton Oll, i'ti I iV'iuiO'; Auicrioau Sugar Kctlii iTiea, U7}; Ann ricau Sugar Ueflneriet, prof, V.i; American lobacco. HI; American To? bacco, i?ror.. 105; Ati-hison, Topeka auJ *-nuti l-e, 4: Baltimore and Ohio, 63: Cau ada Pacitle, 88i;^Chesapeake nnd uhio. 16{; ? bioago and "Alton, 146: Chicago, Uurling tun nud Quiney. 7li; t'liieugo Ca, 1'mat, *5U:; Delaware ap i Lack twanna. l"..': Distil leraand Cattle Keeders. U: Erie, 8}: Erie. I ret., It!}: General Kieotric.291: Illinois Ceu Irul, 85}; Lake Brie and vYoatern, 161; Lake fcric aim W estern, pref.. 72; Lake Shore, 1.1...

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. — 19 March 1895

SUFFOLK LOCAL, f Mr. Harry Yeonisu aud bride, who doped to Oatosvillc Saturday aud re turued from thitbor to Sntl'olk, left Suuday afternoiiu tor tho homo of the groom's father, near Chucbutuok. Col. Peters, til tbo National (limrd of , Tennessee,was intliocity in the interest of the hu i interstate drill und en- I campmcnt to be held at MempUis -May 11th to 21st. This promisee to bo the largest affair of tho kind over held iu this country. The list of pn/.os ttggre \ gates $17,500. The Colonel is on a tour of the South. East and West, hav? ing visited New Orleans, Mobile, Mont? gomery, Birmingham, Atlanta, Savuu nob, AuRtisia, Charleston, Jacksonville, Fla., Chattanooga, Kuoxvillo and has entered companies from eaoh place. He loft for Richmond yesterday. He met tue officers of the several companies on'l placed tho matter lie lore theru. NVo trust i hat tbo Nor foil; Bines and Ht lesst one or two of tho | rifle companies will go to Memphis, us it is an opportunity that they cannot a...

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. — 20 March 1895

VOL. XLVII1I-NO. 101. NORFOLK. VA., WKDNKSDAV, MARCH 20, M).\ PRICK 2 CENTS THE llNR_rai IS L?S1 The Wreck of the Warship Has Been Located, THE LATEST FOREIGN NEWS. It is Not Known if There is a Single Survivor of the UntorUinnte Span? ish Vessel. Spain Will Investi? gate the Allianca Affair. New Captain General. ETSoutUoru Associat 1 i'rosse. Cadiz, Murc? 19.?The Spanish oruiaer AlfoiiHo XII. which has been cruising in the Moditerruuenn in search of the inibMir: wtt ship lieiua Legeutu, arriveil here this morning. She foutid the Keiun Kegentc at I'.ujo Aooitunos, uear Couil, where bho bud sunk. Ouly tibcr.it eighteen inches of her masts were visible nbovu the surfaco of the water. The Alfonto XII has roturneii to the scene of the wreck with u com? pany of divers. The news brought by the Alfonso XII bus created v. profound feeling of sorrow here. From the best information obtuiu flblu bero it is regarded us probable that nil ou board tun Keine Kegcute were lost. Not a siuglo survivo...

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. — 20 March 1895

GREAT RELI610USAWAKEN1N6 Hundreds of People Attend the Meetings Daily, MANY PERSONS CONVERTED. Dr. Leftwich is Conducting; a Big Meeting at Granby Street Metho? dist. Dr. Broufihton is Meeting With Fine Success at r-ree mason Street Baptist. Not wilbiu tbe past thirty years has there beeu a grenter iuterest uiuuifest ed among the Methodist comuiuoity j in Norfolk on tho aubjaot of rehgiou than at the preseut period uud this is ] evidenced by the vnst coucotirso that uigbtly attend too revival tin clings now iu progress ituder tho ruiuistra tions of the lvcv. Dr. Cottwieb, of Nasbvi !c. Teuu., at THE ORAKBT BTRHBT M. K. CHURCH. His earnest, powerful and persuasive preaching has heeu the moans of awnkeniug this deep interest, tho fruits of which have been seeu iu the con? viction and conversion of many souls. The ediiico was tilled to overflowing ins? night with au uudieuce that suoiued to be deeply absorbed iu tho sorvice. Dr. Leftwiteh prea.-hed with great power aud earnestness on "...

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. — 20 March 1895

FlfcE AND ITS TERRORS. Everybody Should Be Prepared?Hove a Scalded Child wai Cared. (AVoin Wie Button ilcrahl.) Every person who works around n fire can pave themselves much suffering by keeping at bund a good remedy for scalds und uurus. When stich accidents happen tlie ehauees are that something is applied that liad better been left off. A person will often cpplv cobl water to u burn und sutler ten? fold in eonscqtteiice. Then then- uro many remedies recommended for burn'- and scalds that only give temporary relief: they do not prevent the inflammation, blistering nod Bareness that follow a burn,and which often strove si> dangerous. No better remedy could iiossiblybe recommended titan Perry Dayia' 'aui-K'iUcr. This good old sj.ific, with ts record of lullt" II Century, has no Cllllal, and it is doubtful if it cvcrwlll have. 'Irne, vrhen first applied it will bring the tear, to rour eyes for a moment, bill after that the ire leave-, the puin stops, ami the trouble Is orer. A eas...

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. — 20 March 1895

wr\ni.tsnK.i> 18f>6. r?BLlsnK.D EYKBV alOUNlXQ EXCEl'T MONDAY. VIRGINIAN BUILDING. MAIN AND COMMERCE STREETS. II. GI.KNXAN. Owsr.r. interc- l aa MOo:ul-i la<h mattor. " THB CIB??iTvri?MOF THE VIRGINIAN It IJkRGKlA IN K.XCfcjS of auy other I taper publish. d in F.ast ru Virginia. Its Oirculatl n m NorToU aUli l'orUuiOUth ' is greater Hum that of any papei published or eiiouiatc i in the two outes. It is delivered in the cities of Norfolk und Portsmouth nod sulmriM for 10 oeuts a, week. x ail *nh- ripttnus, postage paid. I F ve Dolinri? per year: 1 hreu Dollars for ids I months, One Dollar nud Kilty Cents for thre? mouths; aad Fifty Oonts for ouo xnont-'. ... Advertisements tuterted at the rate of i j Oe.ms a S v\ al'iusi ixm:iition: each snbee imeiit insertion 37J Cksts, or ."> ? t r.STs Wilts ISsi run Kvrat othkhUaY. Contrac? tors are not al'owel to o\eo? d their spa o pr nd ortUe oilier than tl.eir loci nnato 1 busiiKB?, except by paying especially tor the same. TUK WF....

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 20 March 1895

"NY FOOD DOES THE HO GOOD." | la Illy o tv tliore ar.t many p saib o (rays to travel from one | oiut to another, i t fti'twoon the tond on your table ?u l it* des- i tination Id the body,'there in only one road, | ?*><lirecll through the etotuaeb. There in; %o going aronud tie- etonm h or forcing a I f??-?;:<? tlnoticb it Hi re lha rood is otalnel a ?n ie lor better o( for worse. I hro it iu st he dmestod. -tbat ia tn mi, | ?lutit eil, li uefied aad assorted Tor asalm la lion;?or, '..il ui; tliut. it moat lio lu re and lot. Kfliei.il UU i>o n li. us principles whi Ii ?litt r th>' nio ?t mill sot up a diseased action throughout the sya'.oiu. This is indigent on kt dysper sin,?the condition tliat e\i-t< wken a person says, '"My I'ood does mo no good-" t'ortainl.- uil. How ean it? Tbe more be ?;its the more lie suffers. The roiol in blocked- Nou-e putt n: more grn u in the *iop, er ?In n the null cannot grin '? Hero are nr;ino oi Nature" protend) i o*s ol ?p' re tits;...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 20 March 1895

Wary Thornycroft, the Artist Moth er of Artists, SCULPTURE WAS HER FORTE. An Acceptable Exhibitor at the Royal Academy for Many Years. She Was the Daughter of an Artist and Left Three Artist Children. ( Born at Thorn ham in Norfolk in ;1S14, tho Tooerablo widow of the late Thomas Thornycroft, sculptor, who .passed from among ns ou tho 1st of '.February, loaves behind bur tbo sweet feavor of it life of talent and industry, Icouplcd with tho warm regard of all her "friends. Daughter of .lohn Francis, who jdied in 1861 at tbo same age ns Iiis \daugbter, Mrs. Thornycroft early ex? hibited tbar love of plastic art of which her father was also a professor of note. There is one of his works in the Na? tional Portrait gallery?a bust of tho 'Duke of Wellington?that is u fair ox iamplo-of tho skill that found its author eitterafnmong more than one crowned fhead and many of the most distinguish? ed ptarsous of his time; Working in her Jfatber's studio, with the gentleman as u tfelhrw pupil who...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 20 March 1895

Money .viarUri Bv Southern Associated l'rea*. Skw Youk, March 10.?Money on cnll firm at 2.i3 por cent; dosing at 2 per oeut. Sterling exchange ia ateady, with ?ctual business in bankers'bills at 4s7fii48tJ for elxty days and 459} tor doman I. i'osted latea. sBslat'.h'. Comniercinl bills, <80}a4S7|. Government bonds closed Urin. tub stock MAHKI I? I.USINo inns. American Cotton Oil, 35}; Aniorio.m Cot? ton Oil. pref. 71} bid: Amcrionn Sugur Hotiu erios, 90s; American Bugar RefliiorieJ, pref, tl(; American 'lubncco. H2j: American To acct| pro;.. l??|; Atcblson, Xopeka an 1 tauti Be, 4',; Baltimore and Ohio, Dl; Can ada Pacific, 88}; Chesapeake and Ohio. 17J; Chicago ami Alton, MB: OMo.tgO. Huiliuji ? on and Quincy. nii Chicago On* Iium:. Mi; Delaware au 1 Laokuwanua, li>t>J; Distil? lers ami Cuttle l'cedors, 111; Krie, M: Brio. Jrcf.. 17;: tli noral hlectri ?. :ll: Illinois Cett ral, 861; Lake Krie aiid Western. 17s Lake t'.tw and Western, prof., "-j; l.aUc Shore. 137); Louisv...

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. — 20 March 1895

I I Jillll jDemocracy of Distinguished People at a Famous Resort. LETTER FROM BALLARD SMITH, Politicians From All Countries, Serene Highnesses From Every Monarchy in the World and Great Artists Are Met There Every Day. An Ex-Empress There. .Ballsvd .Smith writes to tho New $i.'ork World from Bcaulieu: This unr- j row little strip of Franco?'10 miles or teo from Cannes ?to Montono mid iiot pbove four or livo miles wide auywhoro fcotwec-n tho bine sea and tho practically ' jjrupa'vrtblo mountain chniu beyond? ! ?night bo called during any winter koh ?on the Republic of the Great From All Lands. Tho democratic fashion of it is a lit- j 'jjto startling to tho newcomor. Yon inny nit at tho text; tablo iu a restaurant to .an ox-president, of tho republic Ton snay cnino stuldonly in a publiopathway Upon an cmporor^nnd empreas walking jarni in arm toRiither; yyti sit iu tho next phair in a hotel meeting room to tho ereafc ex-premier of England.' Politicians Trom nil ootintrios, serene highn...

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