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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 29 March 1895

f?ll the Chaff of Hearsay Blown From Newsy Facts. FOUNDATION FOR THE NEW JAIL - I The All Americas Practicing. Possum Brown Wanted in the County. Prospect of Work. A Daily Question. Tho Old Folks' Concert. Personal. Allen King was committed to tho County jail lunt night for tun days. Tho Folico Commissioners will hold their regular monthly uiecticg on Alou riav. tho lvnighta of Dixie will meet to? night. Several now members will bo lidded. UThe Old Folks concert to night will no doubt be very tine. Soiuo excellent talent w ill taku part. Mr. W. H. Taliaferro was on the street yesterday. He is quite laiuo from the accident ho mot vuib. It is said that there ate good pros? pects for plenty work at tho ."Seaboard Air Lino shops next mouth. Manager Hrndy carried the eutiro Portsmouth team down to Ocean Viow yesterday to an oyster roast. The struct railroad will furnish every facility for carrying tho people to tho biiHehall park this afternoon, Tho All America team was out prsn (icing y...

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. — 29 March 1895

An Old Brakeman Tells of a Queer Railroad Accident. HIMSELF AJNJ_ EYE WITNESS Two Trams Crashed Together, But Only the Cars of No. 14 Were Stripped off the Track. The Wi!d Engine Ran Into a Passenger Train. " ?Tlio most remarkable wreck I was ever in,"said an old brakeman, "hap? pened ou tho Short Lino between Peweo and Board's socio years ago. It was a freight wreck. I had cbargo of tho La Grange accommodation and was bound in to Louisville. We woro following hard upon tho trail of train No. '.i'i, also bound "or Louisville. Train No. 11 was coming iu our direction. It had boeu delayed some minutes at Powoo, butex pectod to mako up the time and sido fcrack between Powoo and Beard's on echedulo time, sfl that train No. U:3 would havo tho right of way. "The delay was what caused tho trouble. The sido track I nm lulling you about was just behind and irnder a hill. Train No. 14 had just backed on to tho sido track, and before tho switchman could shift the switch traiu No. 32 eamo dashi...

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. — 29 March 1895

CflMWEBCm REPORT. niuucv Narkrl 13V Southern Associatol Pres*, Rr.w Yoiik, March 28.? Monoy on call easy (st 2iVJ4 )>or cent; closing at 2 per cent, rdurling exchange la steady, with actual biiaiut-sa in bnukors' bills at 488n488| fur aixtv days nnd 4S91ul89] for demand, routed vatos. 489u490L Commercial bills, 437alSil. tiovcrnuioiit bonds closed llrm. tub stuck mmiki i? lusino bids. American Cotton Oil, 26;; Amorioan <"ot ?.oii Oil.pref, 71 }u73; Aiuorionu Sugar ltoOu ?ries, lOUt: American Sugar liofluori--., prof, Hi: American 'tobacco, U3|: American To feaocc, pro:.. 10?; AtchUon, Topekn and finita Pe, 6|; Baltimore and Ohio, 55}; Cau ada Pacitto. (IS; Chvsapeako au.l Ohio. 17}; Chicago und Alton, 14(5: Ohiotgo. Hurling ton an I Quincy. 7.;,; Chicago *>a-> t rust. Sl}t Di law are nu i Laekawauna. lllOi Distil? lers and Cattle Feeders, I6L Erie. 9i: Erlo. f ret.. iv ?: u. uoral lilectric,?;. Illinois Con Iral, 87;Lak< Kris and Western, if.;; Lake Kris ami Westum, p...

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. — 29 March 1895

Amused by the Pretentious of By? ron, Wadsworth and Tennyson. SHELLY'S WORK A SEALED BOOK The Icy Reception Given the Early Ef? forts of tlie Men Who Lived to See Themselves Woricl Famous and Their Scornful Critics Chagrined. With tho poems of tlio youthful Byron .tie Edinburgh reviewer made Hue sport, little dreaming he had caught n Tartar in the presumably foolish youug lord ling. In outtiug up the "Hours of Idlo ness" theoritio was bettor justitiell than upon other occasions wbon bo used tho knife. Still it is just us well that Byrou did not take to heart tlio advice to forth* with nbaudon poetry und turn histalentfl nnd opportunities to butter uccount The Sting contained in the remark that "tho poesy of this youug lord belongs to tho class which neither tho gods nor men are said to permit'' was returned with interest in tho lines: A rn.m must servo his time to every trrulo ?avo censure; critics uro ull ready tuaiiu. Aud again: T>llrv? o woman, or an,epitaph Or any other (hing...

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. — 30 March 1895

HUCK 2 CENTS GEORGIA'S M CfiPT?RE The Probable Settlement of a Col? ony of 40,000 Northerners. SEEKING A MILDER CLIME Mr. P. H. Fitzgerald, Founder of the Old Soldiers Colony,Headquarters at Indianapolis, Will Report Favorably After Conference With Gov. Northern. Ev Southern Aesoinalo l Pro?. Atlanta, (Ja., Mnrch 29.?P. U. Fitzgerald, the founder of the old lioliiiere' C olony, vritb headquarters nt. Indianapolis, was in Atlanta in liuul ?oufureueu with ox-Governor Nortbern *uout the location of bis colony in Georgia. Mr. Fitzgerald, through the American Tribune, published at Indi? anapolis, has Bcourcd u paid up mem? bership in the colony umntiutiug to 1-1,01)0 heads of families and com pro? be nding iii.O in peoiilo who am seeking loentuiu iu a milder elunuto at tue South. Gov. Northen baa beon negotiating with .Mr. Fitzgerald, thu head of the colony, for Bevural mouths, unit bo bus finally induced linu to come to (ieor gin for u personal inspection of the ad? vantages ollereil 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. — 30 March 1895

Very Close Vote in the Select Cou ncili THE IMPORTANCE OF ONE VOTE Mr. Bunting's Opinion Not Known. I Ho Will Cast the Deciding Ballot. Should He Vote Against the Law it Will Be Defeated. Some Conjectures. The vote iu the Select Council will Be very olose ou the liquor ordiuance. There will tie a tueetiug of the Com? mon Council uext Tuesday night,when the ordiuance will pass with a good majority. The week following it will come up iu tho Select Council und Mr. Bunting, of the Fourth Ward, who was not at tho joint meeting Thursday night, will have tho easting vote, and should be vote agaiust high licouse the ordiuance will be defeated by uuu ; majority. I Nobody at present seouia to kuow ex I fectly what Mi. Ruutiug will do. When tbo lines were drawn iu the tight over the appointment of polioo captuiuB Mr. Bunting voted against the tuujority of iboBO with whom ho had previously I affiliated. If the ordinance is defeated I in tho Select Council it will go to a I conferonce committee,...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 30 March 1895

THE POPULAR WIKTEIh 'AtCTl D -A fi: |t-c si mil ??? !i'<r Apple in ,T, McKElTUAN, St. jimei Hotel, lo-day. B?rt?-lt? <?f3 IV'ANTED.?GENTLEMEN 1" \-MME COS ? ? Ireland mansgeaitbl ol oai go:d? in ibis aiejeo. These ^oo.is ire centr?ed cut r. y by rion paly, it't t<i tell and htchly re*metallic a/u s op*nlnv ii for ihr ri^lit man In the > qir ?la.e and only comes lo a man om e in a lifetliu . Vm mil particular* and exaatlnailon ol 111 f ^? ? da, g.dl on the ituderaigued ai the Pun ell Hutise. ni m 4. It. Kit 1*1?. v. iuh2<i-::t* 'ANTED?TO BELLA WELL ESTABLISH!'!) oil bit?lii<*-, roasUvtms <-l one her?* and >, one ? nglue an I lixlurcs, with anexiiircd lot. Kor lutthcr parliculais, sea H. C. 'Phrtne 748. mLJs-iw }? .i-e (lOUUAKU a < ?j'hhi MONTHLY GUARANTEED. MANU ji?'lW fatturlng coaetru wants repreaenia't rorfolk or "iv lindn d dollar nrt taken), MUSI hive frw -hi i pay for Honda no il lec y lug, N< * York, roh.. -? i 4 OI.NT-; WANTED, .OR SAL' SM EN Dh'...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 30 March 1895

T.STAPI IMU.li 1* 6. JtVJIiLT?HED KVEUY MOUSING EXCEPT MONDAY. VIROlNtAN BUILDING-. MMN AND COMMEUCB STREBT M Gl.ESSAN. O.vnt.i:. tutere.i us aeooud-ela s aiatlor. '"thecinctT.Anosor im: viugixian ? lg LA KU ely IN excess of hu., other j i aper pub.ifH' il in Eas rn Virginia. It* eircuWtt u in Norf"l'i ami Portsmouth til1 creator tunii that T auj paper published ? er ? .id-ate 1 iu th( two e liua. ;t ii delivered iu ths cities of Norfolk and -Portsmouth a.ud sun rli for It) oeuts a .week. ' a:l ?ah riptlons, postiino paid. F.Vf Dollarn por >e <r. I'breo i'o..ara for -i* haonlbs. One Dollar hu.i Fifty Centn f..r thre? mouthi; au i Fifty C uts io: ono jniont". ..... Adverti-cnn nts inserted at tno ralo of r> 60s: ib a S v\ * i'.:..- . is- ? l:l ion; e.i h ?Ubse I quent iniertiou -7; Ci:si-s. or 5- iTnts ? y/ui > ism ri:i> r.vknv ?.nurn iiay. Contrac? tors are not aliowo ! to excoi-d tV.oir upa o or ail.erti?o other 11.tin il.eir loci iinato bushseis. except by paying es...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 30 March 1895

HiilSj Ali the Chaff of Hearsay Blown5 From Newsy Facts. WILL TAKE CHARGE IN APRIL. The Management ot the New Street Railway Company. Ort" for Hori da. Funds (or the Vets' An? nual Banquet. Ex-Senator Gordon in the City. Monday tho ciious wjll bo in our city. Mr. Qeorgo 1'arlter is conliued to Iii-: homo on County street, Mouday muht stonewall Gamp, 0? V. will elect officers for tho year. Deep Greek will elect oue delegate to the county convention next Thursday. High street had its weekly swooping yesterday. It adds much to its looks. There was a inj; row iu the suburbs Thursday night, glass bottles, etc., were frooly used. 1 ho Old Polks' Concert last night wus well attended. 't hose who wcro present enjoyed themselves. Or. .1. Shirley Hope wiil ienvo for S'cusacohi. l'lo., on Tuesday, Ho has been ordered to that yard. Mr. H. H. ?arreti delivered one of his praetic.il tnlka at the V. .M. O. A. Ja*t ui;.;ut to a fair Bitted uudieuca, Mr. liatnos Hatntnill, who has beeo conliued to b...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 30 March 1895

ill liSEMIS Remarkable Announcements in Austrian Papers. matrimony" "is"the object Tho Humorous Audacity of a Student of Medicine, Who Wanted a Rich Lady to Finance Him Through College, When He Agreed to Marry Her. Austrian ntatrluiouinl.. Ivbrtisdments, tccoruir.g to n contemporary's corro ipondent at Vienna, are marked by an ne cnptablo humorous audacity. Here, for Instanco, is one that ran for six or soven days: "Wanted. ? A rich lady, no mat? ter how old, who will finr.ueo n stu? dent of medicine until suoh ttuio n? ho obtains his degree, when ho engages to niarry his uouefaatress And uuutin r is quoted wherein ;? ?rounj; prince-see!.-* n handsome girl witli ? dowry of u..t less than t'350,000. When the desired mate is obtained, pH one's needs are npparontly satistiod, judging from this advertisement for a purchaser for "a well trained monkey, a talkative parrot and a beautiful Bym jpatnetie cat. " wbloh belongs ro a lady, >cvho, owing to her approaching mar pingo, has no fur...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 30 March 1895

iMom-v niarkot BT SoUtbom Assiooiato I I'raSi?, t!r\v Your, March 29.? Mouey on call easy at 2a2t per oe?t; lomug at -' pat cent, ??teihug oxchiiuge is steady, with autual Vinnum? in bunkers' bills nt 4sr3.ils?: tor sixty days and 489|al89J tor daman I. I'oste 1 rates. 489a49*Jl. Commercial bills, 487a lttl|< Government bonds closed liifiher. TBE STOCK market?CI.OSINO bids. American Cottou Oil, 25|; Aiucrioni Cot" ton Oil. oief. 71 ia13; American Sugar itotlu-j enea, IUI;American Sugar Kollueries, i>r.'f, $8|; American I ohaeco, Kli; Amoricau To* puecc, I'l l-:.. 10'; Atcbison, T"i ok.i mi l ?Hut? Bo, 0J; liallimun and Ohio, 67: Cau ?('u Pacific, 87J; Chesapeake und (duo. 17^; Chicago and Alton, 146: Okioago. Builiu.; son mid Ouiucy, Mf; Chicago 0;n Trust, Delaware auJ Laokawanua. 181; Distil? lers and Cuttle 1 coders. tf>; ;i-:rie. '.?.: Ktm. ?i ref., 181: Ueneral liloctric. ;t .,: IIIhioih Cen? tral, KT I; Lake Brio anil Western, ICJ; Lake J.rio aud Western, prof.'. 72j; ...

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. — 30 March 1895

_?IUI There Are Millions of Dust Particles in a Cubic Foot. THE AIR OF A MEETING ROOM. That Near the Ground Contains Fewer Micro-Organisms Than Air Near tlio Ceiling. Some Queer Ex? periments Near a Gas Jet. <vThc> nir of n meeting room, tested tn Different plnoca und at different times during tlio progress of tlio meeting, showed numbers of micro-organisms vary inj: from i;i."i.00?to 8,?00,000. Tlio sir near the ground c ml tiuod fowcr than tho air near the coiling. For oxnm ple, tlio nir BQino fditr foot from Iho ground contain" 1 370,000 beforo the meetiug and at tho end of the mooting 400,000, whilo near thu coiling tho amount nt tho beginning of tho mooting wns 8,000,000, and nt tho i nd of tho meetiug this bad boon luoroasod to B, 600,000. Air near n burning jot of gas showed tlio largist flgurea of nil. Tims, iu tho immediate vioinity of n bimsen flame tho gigantio nnintor of 80,000,000 wns found in n ou bio centimeter, or 489, 000,000 pr>r oubia Inch. In Mr. Aitkiu'...

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. — 31 March 1895

PRICE 2 CENTS Interesting Game at tho Park Yes? terday. AN ENTHUSIASTIC AUDIENCE. The Visitors Made a Very Favorable Impression and Their Playing Was a Revelation to Norfolk En? thusiasts. Tnc Score 25 to 8 for the Visitors. Tho Norfolk team met tho Giants yesterday afternoon and the Gotham ?es didu't do a thing to 'cm. A clnsu synopsis of the game would be as tedious as the first throe innings aud u criticism of the Kiimo muy bo of more Uouetit to the Colts, Manager Sommern perhaps made a mistake iu putting Llurr iu tliu box, the latter nut having pitched over a plate eiuce his sickness last July, neverthe? less, tue managerial cyu aud braiu was at work, and Herr received uu after? noon practice which lie could uot ob taiu other than by goiug into the box against tho Giants. The Colts must learn to maintain their uerve, the mere fact of faciug the crack Giants, not being a life or dcatli matter, which the Loya seemed to thiuk, heuco tho result. Iu the third Inning, when Herr's ball...

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. — 31 March 1895

The Local Lore of Norfolk Put Down Without Prolixity, TELEPHONE FRANCHISE BIDS. Deed Recorded. Cargo of Bluefish. Easter Music. A Divorce Granted. "Why I Am a Baptist." Justice of tho Peace. Wharfage Cases to Be Taken Up. Fait weather to-day, with luorcasiug eiehtdueas. F. W, Bcatwright, ol Richmond, is at toe Atlantic A. A. O'Neil rays step to his store. He wants to see you. Dr. and Mrp. \Y. H. Gingrich have returned from Bermuda Mr. aud Mrs. J. 11. Scott, of Rich? mond, are visitier; friends here. Mr. Ira T, licit ha* been olecied secretary oi tho Mutual Buildiug Asso? ciation. During tho month of March 161 deeds have hoen admittod to record in Norfolk. Tho New York Baseball Club left for New York via tho Old Dominion line last night. Mr. John M. MoOrsckeu qualified as a Justice of the l'oacc lor the Sec? ond Ward yesterday, Bishop Randolph will preach nt Epiphany uud St, George's P. E. Churches, Danville to-day, > Roctttur Axtell, of Kieiiiuond, Yioe President of the Chesapeak...

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. — 31 March 1895

? im i;ii. MEN TO SELL BAKTNU POWDER TO THE grixorr trade. Steady etttplottueiit, expei icoee ?nueceaaarT. $75 uioutblr saiaty and <-v entcsor commission. If ?fter satisfactory aidis.s al once "*ltb rartlcuh.ncer-dus ?utirtelf. UNITED BTATES i 111.Ml' AI. WORKS, Chicago, uih'.ii-lt* \VAN.UT.I>?11 del tleiC '-Ion -.-niu), M S'.s.iTt. Head Wilier ml I? Side Walters for th'- N. rili. ( all at 100 Maia ?itee . rjartt-li' \tjANTED?Lad? tjrtiio Mjiuk.t t.. ?:>? to No* al .lo vcr: k....<i pay ami pennaueal position, fall at iso Mala it reel. mr3l-ll' WANTED?Stenographer I at tied lately, Mouie W V.r. p ?! f?r private finally; gootl pay. rail loo atslr. ? o . inrS -It* ANTKl'?A tmt-elai.? til Sslesm.m, traveling; ahn Liquor talesmen, Bookkeeper Titur tteper and OfticO Mail. Call 100 Mam Street. BirSl-lt* fl' MM WANTED for aereral Qrrmans aad a 41 twtde air's <viih io d reference. Eor par lleulsrs, ?all loo lfaln a'.reel. uir3l-lt* WANTED?TO SKI I. A WU.I. EST AII1.1SHED ll wo...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 31 March 1895

X9XABL1MIB0 1816. nrBLTSUED EVEHX MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY. VIRGINIAN BOIL DING. > MAIN AND COMMERCE STREETS. M. OLENNAN. Owxen. Tntereit ai second-claw uiattor. KpHE CIRCULATION OF THE VIRGINIAN U LARGELY IS EXCESS ?f ?uy oth..: i*r>er publish, d in La*; ru Viitfiiiui. Ii?, oireulati 11 in NotloU and Portsmouth l? creator titan that of any paper published or , neoiate I in the two c iie<.. it ?? delivered in the eitle? of Norfolk and Portsmouth an 1 suburbi for 1U ceuti a week, 'a'1 ??b*.riptiont, postage paid. F.v. Dollar* r('r roar; Three Doliare for >ix mouths. One Dollar and Kii'iy Genta lor three mouths; an I Fifty Gents tor odd *?Advertiiementa inserted at the rate of 75 Oasis a S n bFiiuo isskutiox; en b aubse uuout iiiBertion 371 Ck.nts, or .">1 i i\t< WHEN lSh?.l tki) P.VEHY OTHER WAV. Contrac? tors arc uot allonel to axcecd their apa o or ad.ertiso other than their lOKi'miatu business, except by paylug especially lor tli K?me. Tbb VTrkklv VinotsiAS t\a Caro...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 31 March 1895

The Port, City and Suburbs Cov? ered in Concise Terms. WORK ON THE SEWER SYSTEM Police on Duty. Proceeds of the Grimes Battery Entertainment. Street Sprinkler Ncoded. The League Season. Personal Notes. Other News. alondnv will be nil fools' day. j The police now go on duty at 7:30 o'clock. Tho League season of ball begins April 15th. The Philadelphia club wiil play bore cu Mouday. 'JLTiero was no docket iu the Mayor's Court yesterday. Portsmouth is badly iu need of a ?street sprinkler to lay tho dust. Rot. Mr. Amiaa loft yesterday for I^raiiklin, where ho will preach to-day. Tho uiertings ut tho South Street Jiapttst Cburoh will couttuuo thm treeki Tho Portsmouth Club will play no visiting teams who do not stop iu this eity, Crimes' Batlory will runko about $10 cu tho entertainment they gave uouio lime ogo, Tho stngnnut water which bus bceu etatidiug on tho Old Port luuo bo long lias heuu iiruiuod off, Read the advertisement of a geod opportunity for a bvo man, Thiu is n chance thut...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 31 March 1895

Their Bold Ride at Gettysburg and : Cedar Creek, FIRST RANK IN UNION ARMY. In the Charge With Farnsworth at Round Top. Kilpatrick Their Lender and Custer Too. The Dash for Trophies in Sher? idan's Great Battle. Copyright. 18C5, by American Press Associa? tion. B-*\>k riidtt.i reserved. ] UDQED by re? sults, tho First tiiuuti ranks \j among tho very best cavalry in ?9 (be Union Ar & niies. Iti three ^\% ????. fi and u half years I Wl of Rorvico it n tie :'^yh\ in 76 battles and ^3?S^\nIV vv ' >"ni' ?es. 1 ,st 1 IC'' ? ir mon hy ?y.*',-,. .-. ' ?pttir?d lH| W l?np? battle ?7 ? W ' lory, three battle fing? und more prisoners titan it mustered mon in its own ranks. As is well known, cavalry was not locked njion with favor in the oavly days of the war. General Si i tl b( lb red that artillery would play tho inoru Im? portant part. Secretary Cameron, how? ever, had heard of Vermont's famous Morgan horses und was famili ir with tho military record of the Qroeu Moun? tain boys, wh...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 31 March 1895

tOKNEfiCIIL REPORT. llv Soutkoru Associated Prou, Hew VoiiK. .March SO.?Money on cull et 21 per cent. Bterling exchauga in fliui. null actual business in bankers' bills at e881a4S3) lor sixty days and 489; fur de? mand. Posted ratea, io?ul'JiU. Comim rclal VdU, i87;ais7i, Government bonds closed firm. THE STOCK 1iabket??: I.OSINO bids. American Cotton Ud, 2tii: American Cot? ton Dil. prof, 71. a'.:; lincrfean Sugar Kallu irnn, 102); Anicrieau Sugar IteAtieries, prof, SJ.,'. Atuericau Tobacco, VSJs AmericauTo Itacaoi pro... nts; au bison, Topeka aud feanta Bo, 1>J; Baltimore and Ohio, 69: Can? ada Pacific, 89) ?Cbvsapoako aud Ohio. 17); Ubioago aud Alton, 116: Chiougo. Burling? ton und Quincy. 74!; Chicago tins Trust, M-.; Delaware and Laokuwanna. Iti2|: lMstil ters'auu Cattle feeders, 14.: Krie. 10;; Ki ie. I>rof., 20; General Electric, 33); Illinois Ceil r.il, s.71: Lake Kiio and Western, 17,; Lake Erie sud Western, pr?f.. 74 J; Lake Shore. ?V?7.': Louisville and Nashville, 6...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 31 March 1895

I LITTLE FOLKS' COIR Little Things of Interest to Little Men and Women. A WEE BICYCLE RIDER, ?lhc Chubby Tot Who Lives in San Francisco and Rides a Wheel. A Very Peculiar Kite. Queer Facts in Regard to the Ba? bies of Mex co. Oat In San Francisco there may ?t>pn any bright day n tiny fisjuro on a tiny bicycle, scurrying along the road? ways of the park of that city. This is Ijttlo Laurine Devany, who is tlaesmaH t",|Mt bicyclist iu tho world. Sho is only H ifyaars old, n dear little girl, with fluffy yellow hair and big hluoeyes. Shorid<\s ? wheel tbnt had to be inndo especially tor ber, of course, nud it weighs only 19 (pound*. Tho pictnro of her which is ? jgiven hero shows what u chubby liftl" sprite sho is in her blouse and bloomers. fTboso who liavo seen hor ride say it is something to remember, as those twin Ikling legs chttTu tho pudals and the fbright curls toss back from beneath tho Tam o' Bhantor ub sho rnoes beforo the . wind. _ A Very I'ecnllnr Kile. A balloon make...

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