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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 6 January 1895

Portsmouth: PORTSMOUTH PROVERBS Accuracy and Wisdom in Con? densed Items, A WEEK OF PRAYER, THIS A Prospective Marriage. Cheap Turkeys. Disappointed Child? ren. Old Christmas. Ice Factory Closed. Church Improvements. To day is Old Christmas, }ce faotcry Las closed down for pwhile. Eggs retailed for twenty couts yesterday. This week will be observed as a Week of prayer. Travel over tue different roads is Very heavy now. Turkeys sold for 10couts a pound tu tlie market yesterday. Two drunks wero lined in tbo iluyor's Court yesterday. There was a iar?e number of coun? try carts in market yesterday. Tbo thermometer at G a. m, yes? terday stood 28 degrees above zero. Miss Annie Mupp. of Baltimore. Is visiting her sister, Mrs. F. D. Gill, ou Middle street. Head the udvertisomeut of Daveu porl & Bell iu another columu, in which they oiler hose very cheap. Tho Eiliuguain Street M. 13. Church will be ready for dedication about the lust of March or the first of April. Thero was an nccidout...

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. — 6 January 1895

WITH BERKLEY_ HABITAT News for Such in This Interest? ing Column, VARIOUS CHURCH SERVICES. ;<?>.- Daughters Entertainment. <-3 by Dr. Carter. False Alarm. Demorest Medal Contest. Disreputable Bar Keeper. Pertinent Facts. Ob^tnnt Street Methodist, Uev Reo H ROT. d D- pastor?I'reaoU ? "a?lla m and7:30P m. Morning ?niiiaot "KcsoIuikius of the ^ew YoVr," evening. ''Wh.? toUf*?' Berkley Avenue Baptist, Uov II N Qo'senberry, pastor-Preaching at 11, maud 7:80 pm. Morning sol ? Ltf "A New lear's Question; eve-'ing, "One Faitu." Main Street Christian, Ilev M Vv Butler, pastor?Preaohiug at 11 a in "strTbomSJ P E Ohuroh. Uev J It Ilubbard, L> D, reotor?Preaohiug ftt 11 a m and 4:110 p w. St Paul's P B Churoh, Rov Hobt Gatewood. rector? Preaohiug at 11 a m and 5 p m. Liberty Street Mothodist, Uov Mr Potts, pastor?I'ronohing ut 11 a m and Ti'.'O p m. The Miui.tering Circle of tlio JFCiug'? Daughters will give an eu tei'taiomout Thursday uext, the loth inst., in Waslungtou Hall for tb...

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. — 6 January 1895

RALEIGH, N. C. THE OLD NORTH STATE. 6mali Items of a Newsy and Per? sonal Character, fc-peoial Dispatch to Ttie Virginian. Raleigh, N. 0., January ?.?Oov. Carr to-day commuted tlio deutb ?euteu?o uf Fred Floyd, of Hender? son county, to iuiprisoutuont iu tbo penitentiary for twenty tive years. The statements mado hero and there that Marion Butler will not Ijo the long term Seualor; that the Hepublicaus nro planning to elect |)oth Senators: that there is a deep plan to give Butler the short tortn, oud that there may be a deal bu Iween Republicans and Doiuocrats In the Sauatorship matter, need bo given nb credence. Ur. Mott's frianda Fay that ho commands more votos of members of the Legislature East of Raloigb, than any of tbo other Republican fundidates for the United States Benate, A cablogram received by Mrs. Armistead Jones, of this city, tho Sresident of tbe Ladios' Confederate 1 louumeut Association, notifies I.er of the shipment of tho throe bronze etatuea and tho two bronze me...

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. — 6 January 1895

THE STATE CAPITAL. Matters of Interest to All Virgin inns. Special DUpatob to Tlio Virginian. Richmond, Va., January 5.? Tlio scheme by Mr. A. W. Withers was Bwiudled out of ?5,000 has been t?c kalk of tlio town to day. Every? body admits that the plans of t h Bharpers were deep laid, but a jt. ii. wno bus seeu as much of the ?world as Mr. Withers has was cer? tainly very easily taken in. Tiie tunn wno registered at Ford's Hotel ns Thomas II. Parker, of Philadel? phia, wus brought bere to day from Petersburg, where bo was arrested euriy this morning. He is thought to be tho man who did the planning to get Withers' money, but ho do clnred bio innocence, and says he knows notbiug o( tho matter at all. Parker claims to be an Assuyer o( the United States Mint at l'inltidcl phia. Tbero wore probably three persons engaged in tho KWiudimg plot. Quo was the man Williams, who claimed to lie from Ari/.onu uud vis jted Mr. Withers m Gloucester nil der the pretense of looking for a rola live na...

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. — 8 January 1895

vol. xlvitii? no. 42: NORFOLK! VA.. TUESDAY. JANUARY 8. 1895. BOLTON VS. HAMBURGER The Mayor Makes a State? ment, HE WAS MUCH ASTONISHED. Pees Not Think Mr. Bolton Intend? ed to Misrepresent Bamburger, Though His Charges aro Not Borne Out by the Facts. The removal of Ollicor Baniburger at the instance of Commissioner Holtou.upon a ohargo of iuellicieucy, ?reatly ustouished the people ut' Slorfolk, who be bad served for eleven yoors, muking a record {of which be now fools justly proud. The Virginian Saturday iustrnct rd ouo of its 6talT to mterviow the Mayor and others, and to present all the facts without tbo slightest coloring or comuiout, Carrying out tbeBO instructions a visit was inado to Mayor l'ettit at bis oflice. aud tho reporter, careful to bo exact, propounded certain questious, which wrought forth direct auawers and Comments, and left with tho most Implicit bolief that bis notes con? tained a full and correct text, of tho Mayor's statomeut, as published iu The Virginian S...

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. — 8 January 1895

JUDGE HMICIEIS COURT The New Judge Takes Charge of the Court. MAKES A GOOD IMPRESSION. First Session of the Criminal Court. A Dignified and Strong Charge to Grand Jury. They Will Investigate the Social Clubs. Judge A. K. linnckel conducted the tirst session of bis court yester? day, and tun ruaobiuery moved off as" sinoolhly as if His Honor bad beeu on the bench the last quarter of a century. The now ?ludge arrived just bet?re 11 o'clock. There were already proseut agoodiy number of the legal fraternity who bod assembled to do honor to tho occasion, llo euterod by tho side door and with perfect composure nsceuded the bench. Ilia tirst Words alter carefully adjusting himself in the big arm choir wore, "Open court, Mr. Sherifl." Tho grand jury was next called, with ( apt. William E, Taylor us foreman. Tho jury being duly Bworu, Judge Elauckel delivered ln^ charge as follows. It is brief und covered only oue poiut of special interest at this time, that being in Btructious to inquire in...

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. — 8 January 1895

Stand the TestTl A popular remedy is sure to be subjected to the severest tests, both practi? cal and medical. 5~ Porous Plaster receives the endorsement of medical men and private persons everywhere as the best remedy for colds, coughs, sore throat, pains in tho back, chest or limbs. Br> Kol Occetvcil. Imitations are not equal to ihc gertulne. lict All'.ock s and nu other. Allcock's Corn Shields, Allcock's Dunlon Shields, Have no equal as a relief and cure for corns and bunions. Brandreth's Pills Cirify and tone up a debilitated sy*. m. They aro absolutely safo. WaNTKII, aTrft'trftirmanU of this e/ost, fftv lints or itn, ~> emu lor on* uuerrion: pO oenu for three. TIT ANTED ? TRAVELLING SALESMAN \\ for Virginia trade l.irge line and good j.uy. Address "HARDWARE,'1 1712 Baltimore ?treat, Baltimore, Md. jai-Jw \\'ANTED ? TWO FURNISHED ROOMS, ti with or without loard, in Nor fid j or wtelblty. sihIc location and tarnt*. Refcronees given. Address 'B.*'caro ibis office, jab- t* WA...

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. — 8 January 1895

tstabi-IJnBD 1865. rraijsBKu etebt morning except MOSDAt. VIRGINIAN BUIDDINQ. hain AND COMMERCE STREETS. m. gi.ennan. Ownek. n onii-i !?'? Ulall luatui ^TiTfcIIU 11 ATION OF THE yirgtn3 lit)I to LaKGELl IN EXOESB of any i BthK piper published in Eastern Mr ?'ittcirtolatloii In Norfolk inn Eorts mootta it(greater thau that of ?uy paper inViifbcu or eireelated in tbe two oitiSS. nttodellTeted in lbs oitiesel Norfolk ] m. &rVmonth*ad tnbarbi for lOoenU ? week, ^f-'!^^^^'-'??'^^'^';; I its Dollarc r" y6Rr- 1 mc,6 i'SS*?!LI,0., ru months One Dollar and Fifty teits (01 tr ror months, ar '. Ftfly Cents for one ; *Atmrtlieni??toit?Mrted at tbe rate of l ?CEtttS a hwi ir? h?bt Isspbiion: each ?nbteqnent insertion 374 Ce^ts. or M CeVTS WDBK IKSEliTED EVEnt 0TBEB UU. rontrartora r.rr not allowed to exceed thair space or advertise other than tbelr lfcitirratf. ItiKUiOMi. except by paving ?p?cii>!'v tor ti p name Tb*yV*ekiy ViroiMAN aRDOAROLISIAJJ, ?tqbt pupcr. ic rlellTSred, postfge paid...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 8 January 1895

PORTSMOUTH. FORI OF _PORTSMOUTH Many Interesting Notes From Across the Water, ( THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS City Council To-Ni?ht. Norfolk County Court on the 21st. Re? port on New Engine-House. The Week of Prayer. Gamma Conclave. Tbcredoy will l?o pay day for the fcavy-yurd employe*. The Norfolk County Court will Cot meet until the tilst iust. The City Council will hold their regular monthly meeting to ni^ht. The ferry docs not begtu halt Lour trips now until 10:15 o'clock. Mr. Lee Wardropet will iu a few days leave tor his home it) Ueorgis. The Board ol Suporvi?ora will Jiold their regular monthly meeting to day nt nuo o'clock. A colored lunatic, who lives on South street extended, was commit? ted to jail yesterday ufterooou. The Council Committee ou Public Property will make their report on the now engine house to-night, Clamma Conclave will celebrate Iheir ninth auuiversury to morrow night with a public installation. Maria Riddlck and Itoea ltiddiek Were sent to jail yesterday for ...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 8 January 1895

BRIGHT BERKLEY BRIEFS Bubbling Over With Brain and Business. VIRGINIA'S MASONIC HOME. Rev. G. H. Ray Left for Richmond for this Noble Charity. Proba? ble Fatal Shot From an Old Gun. Interesting Per? sonals. Rev. George H. Ray, D. D., left tn dnv bv the Norftdk and Western trsin'to attend the monthly meeting oi the board of governors of tae Masonic Hotnc, in Richmond. This is a beautiful public chanty, do signed to clothe and feed orphaus ot Master Masous, to give them thor? ough business and manual labor training and qualify them for life work. The Masons aro now spending about (40,000 in the erection of n handsome now coater building, the architecture of which is not behind the tiuest edifices of that city. It is being built on ample grounds,*, inrm of about fifty aoree, the tmiuiticout gift of Capt. ?. G. Babcock. This is only the bub part of tho plan of the home to be com plated in the future, and in tbe same beauti? ful and stable stylo of architecture. A cultivated young Mason,...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 8 January 1895

PRICES UM_ UPWARD Chicago Gas Led the List at the Start. LONDON A HEAVY BUYER Jersey Central Climbed Up Lively Upon the Declaration of the Usual Quarterly Dividend. The Only Weak Spot Was Mo. Pacific. Br Southern Associated Prof. New Yohk. January 7 ?The touJoucy of prices at the stock Lx.haugo was up Want tu day. At the opening. London panic in as a buyer. Tlio I oregnora. it Id estimated, bought abo.it 0,000 shares e>r van us itoc s, which is quite au in? novation, t hicago Gas lud tbe hat at ?Ii*- atari ou semi official stat- uioiits that the oni; ;.uv would declare its iocular aivldeud. The diroctori subse.Ufutiy suet aud ordered tho payment of the Usual rate of 1' t>or cent, on and aftor January 2.">th. The rumot led to a jutup of two points in the stock to .5. Pari ef the Rain wm Ii et in Into trading when there were Bale- to reali/.o profits. The declaration of tho usual quarterly divii.nl of t o Jersey Central of 1, .er tent, payablo Fe i. 1, notnittir.tandiiig t o ...

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. — 8 January 1895

THE STATE CAPITAL. Matters of" Interest to All Virgin? ians. Special Dispatch to The Virginian. Richmond, Va., January 7.? There is a decidedly interesting eon teat on for the position of Register of the Laml OtVice made vacant by the death of Maj. \V. R. Games. Already more than half a dozen candidates are in tbe Held, among them Mr. Robert Games, brother pt the deceased, and bis chief clerk; Hon. .lohu .laokson, ox-inember of the House of Delegates from Rich? mond; ilou. Sidney P. Epes, ex luember of tbe Uouse from Notto way; Air. Caboll, of Amberst, who ran against Map GaiueB a few yeats ago, aud Messrs. Preston Belvin and T. P. Pollard, of Richmond. Gov. O'Fcrrall is not roady to make the apDoiutmont ns yet. lie will carefully consider the claims of all aspirant* before making a ?election. Thero will no doubt bo otber eaudi dates in the tield in a day or two. All of tbe persona eonnocted with the department met to day aud en dorsed Mr. Games for the position, Mr. Epes has a very...

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. — 9 January 1895

VOL. XLVI1I1 ? KO. 43;_NOKFOLK! VA? W KDNES DAY, JANUARY 9. 1895. E RIOE 2 OKNTB eulogies m tin! TUB Senate Rdjoorns as a [Dam oi Respect. FEFFER OH THE PBWRIIPH QDESTtOH. In the House Mr. Sibley Makes a Sensation Opposing the Cut-lisle Currency Bill. The Admin? istration Assailed. Thu Debate Opened. BySouthcru Associated Press. Washington, Jan. 8.?Senate.? a resolution was oiTored by Mr. Morgan nnd agreed to, calling on lhe President for copies ol reports euil duenments relating to tlie en Jorcemeut of the regulations respect lug iur seals, and to the claims of lbe Bnlisb Government on account of seizures of sealing vessels in Bei sog sen. The. conference report on the Mill tary Academy Appropriation bill was presented nnd ugreod to. Mr. Lodge's resolution us to the withdrawal of vessels of war from the Hawaiian ieluuds was laid bo lore thu Senate. Senator l'almer took the lloor to oppose tlit! resolution nnd bis speech bristled with B?arp and pointed sav? ings. Thus, after arguing...

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. — 9 January 1895

HOUSE-KEEPERS ! Bill of Fare -KOR TO-MORROW, Thursday, I Oth of January. [l upvkk HT.I Fastea Tour >"ul on bi^b, thm constantly >iUe?n'ileo( boUr li to eehisei >n:iy ilcat ?boV?iUellood*OiOUtlily ?S nie-. Mus. Urovvsiso. fjRFAK FAST. !"<>'. .t ? ?' kr-. < 'in>? Ii i"Aiiii-po?d<T i-:s.-mt Mkplo Syrup. tiloger Snaps App'e?. < oneo. D '. IN! 1X1 ? r-i. i:, a l lJ?nib Apple .lelly. Celery aud Cabi,? o >.? :? i roumtoe?. Mtahed rt?tat??i. White Bread. Puuiklii l*Je. Che?'. BUPPER- 1 o'l'': Meat. kppte - u< Corn GrldoleCabe*. IVafwa, CELERY ANDCAOEAGE SALAD. Toko equal uuan hies of oabbaje ?bawtl tine I eaten cut o tmall pleiw. Ul iftanu in irai.i oil., .li i m'? 1>?k Bin -. One ? ?li.bt v beaten; H?eU spuooslul ti * ted b-n.r. ?w.) uf lurar; mio eacu ol ra'.l an-l imislart; ur i> quaMtrs enp h.u .1 am. 11 at . rer tu.ln g ? ? cr, odd ? >>? y i quarter i )? ?I > lu ?for, Ulrrlug ..n-.ai.tl; until tldci ?od ircaiuj. liie tuib pa 1 as Ue quant...

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. — 9 January 1895

W4VJKI?. MMI lot one linemen.1 60 cenufor ihren. Alady ?II! HEN 1 I.I.man wanted with n capital of Si' ? lor i n easy, Dice, one auslticis,wIth big pfoll f. lieiuiau prefern I. Addret* W. M.,<aro Virgtulan. ja'.'-Jt* \\'ANTED \A BHISX AND CAt'A 1*1.E ?I wouiau t> nuitj aud clean bouae. Apply a- 13 ) Park aV.'nur. jaC-ll \\'\SII.I> ? TU.A \' El. I, I NO 8? LI SM A N M for Virginia tradv. I.trge line and good jav. Aldrosa "HARDWARE," 1712 Baltimore atrcet, llaltlmore, Mil. Ja3-2w \V ANTED- Two IT'RNTSUED ItOOMSa "1 with or without teat I, in Norfola or ?toinlty. state location audterma. Reference* given, Address "It.' care ihts office. jab-"t' ANTED PAKTS I It IN A i;?M ?I? I'AV ?l log hutincss, with K0) to SI 000 eo*h. can allow extraordinary large proftts, hualnea* la >aiv3inl sure, norlak. II. w, <1~\ IUI ? WEEK PAID TO I ADIES ASI> O IJ'UU gents t-> aell the II ipid Dish Washer. Waihcs and dries them lu two m n ? til without welling I be hands. So rxpe Ifeme n...

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. — 9 January 1895

js-UliMSUXP 1805. ?TJBI 1SHE1) EVERY M0RN1KQ EXUEFT ? S'.ONOAY. VIRGINIAS RU1L.D1NU 61A1N ktiV OOUMBBOK STREETS. M. Gl.ENNAN. Ownbu. "na-1 iRiT'i.atiun of the virgins iaN i? LARGELY IN F.XOK-S of any ; ctiitr paper pnblishod in Kantern Mr * 'it* circulation in Norfolk am Ports? mouth if nreatcr' thau that of any paper rublUho.t or c.rcnlate I in tbo two eitles. It if .iolifered in tbe cities of Norfolk and Portimontb Rmi ectburbe for lUeents sweek. V ail subscriptions. pCFUse p*' ' Five Dollari rer ye*r: Three Hollars for all month* One Foliar and Fifty < ont? for three monthp.an ! Fifty rent:, for oua ^Advertisements inserted at thoratoot lb CENTS a fQCAl v I ihBT lNsrUTioN; oaoh ?nbieqnent intersion 97? Cents, or 50 CS>TS WBEN IttSEIlTED EVEttJ OTHEB DAY. Contractors are not nllowod to exceed their space ot advertise other than their legitimate ? nsinets. except by payinR ?periMlv tor tl e same. Th e W r r k i v VmniMAN abhCaholinian, eic) t pfipcs. is delivered, pobWro paid...

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. — 9 January 1895

tub Rainy Bay worn of en Energetic ' neporlei. JE STOLE a 1?W FbOPI BERKLEY' Foyal Arcanum to Celebrate A Mar? riage To-morrow. The City of Norfolk to Be Repaired. Cruelty to a Horse. The Elks To-night. Seasido Lodge attended services iSunduy night. The new ferry sobednle at niybt jctves general satisfaction. Iglhoro was nothing of interest Sone in the Hustings Court yester? day. i'horo was a very heavy fog yes terday, which lasted until about 10 o'clock, There will be a public iuetullution at Kike' Hall to night. The public ere invited. A small child had his baud badly mashed yesterday, lie was attended l>y Dr. liobersou. Stephen Birdsong wns arrested >or cruelty to a horse, lie will have en examination to-day. A man uauiod Wm, Brown was ?rrested in tho couuty for whaling a ? egro man with a club. ?Mrs. Burgess, of Chicago, is visit 8ng her diiughtor, Mrs. Jucob Kauf iuau, oil (Jrawford street. Ouo of the High street clerks will fco married to morrow to a young Jady iu the up...

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. — 9 January 1895

R BERKLEY Jp SI Bn Old flegio Gets a Discnaige From a Trap Gun. IT WSS SET fW^BHiGKEH TH1EYE5. His L c AmpuKited. Officers In? stalled. Mills Start Up. Five New Cars for tho Norfolk arid Carolina. Letter List. Personals. For some tiruo 6otue one hns been ?dealing chickens from Jno. R. Johusoo, colored, on Berkley ave? nue, and he set a gun Monday mgut iu bis hennery for the pur pose o f ascertaining who wus eating Li- ohickeus, Tom Tatetn is an old colored man about 73 years old thut lives with Johnson, He camo home about 10:30 o'clock aud seeing tho wood house door (.which adjoins the hennery | ajar, bo proceeded to lust en it. Uue button was used to fasten tbo two doors and tbo string attached to tbo trigger of the gUU was tied to this button. When be took hold of the button he discharged tho gun and, strnngo to say, there is no sign of sind in me door, nor in a fence thut :s witbtn ten feet of the door, but the old man's leg was shot in tbo knee joint. Dr. I'ruit was sent for as ...

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. — 9 January 1895

TRADING W LlMliED] tub General ?laiket, WWte Dull, Was Fiim and HigUer. TBE BQHD piflHKET W0S STEADY, Speculation Closed Firm, But Dull, With Prices Slightly Higher. Missouri Pacific Declined. New York Central and Chicago Gas Leads. i By Southern Associated I'resi. Vr.w York, January 8.?The trading at ?lie Stock Esch .uro to-day was oxtruinu ly I mi ted, the total sale* fo 'ting up only ?."..:ixr> a: are-. The undertone of the ?laikot was linn. There wore a few stock* nrhich helped relievo tho monoto? ny oi the day, uotably Chicago tias and JcttBY Con ral. Ihe former touched 75 en the covering of short contracts Ihe vesult of th? railing in of borrowe I stock end tho.high premium exacted for tho ??6 of the shares. Jeisey Central Bold high at) '.'1 1-4 on the further covering ol short contrasts. Tho gen' ral market, while dull, was dm mid higher price! were recorded. Sh-sou i Pacific declined to 22 1-2 und later rose to 23 :i-4. Hpo. illation clOH.'d ? mi, but dull, with pn< es...

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. — 9 January 1895

THE STATE CAPITAL. Matters of Interest to All Virgin Special Dispatch to the Virginian. Biohmond, Va., January j;.? Fimou Capps, of Norfolk, u well known member of tb? sporting fraternity of Norfolk aud llicbmoud, whi) was nrrestod in tbo former city yesterday, wr.8 beforo Police Justice Crutcbtie'.d to day ou the charge of nbtaioiug 82,200 from A. W.Withers, of gold brick fume, under false pro tenses. Mr. L. O. Wendenburg, who also represents Thomas H. Parker, ?Mos Garden, appeared as counsel for Capps. aud stated that he was roaily to go iuto nu investigation. Chief of Police Poe wanted a post ponetneut uutil tbo 17th and it was granted. It is not known exactly what tbo officers expect tu prove against t ap; b. One thiug appears to be conceded by nil coucerued und that ;s that Withers aud Capps were engaged iu playing at faro the uigbt before the gold br ick scheme was worked off on the former, One report has it that Withers lo-t ?II the money bo bud in his pocket to Capps and wen...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
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