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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 3 May 1895

PORTSMOUTH gWD Many Minor Mailers Merely Men? tioned. FACTS FREELY FURNISHED Rich, Ram, Racy. Readable, R? viewable, Reliable. Revelry, Rev elment, Revelations. Revised, Reviling. Remunerative Ramblings. Tiere was no docket iu tUo Mayor's Court yesterday, j. l In, attendance at tho circus last Bight wus very t-lnu. Tbe Norfolk County Court adjourned lor tbo term yesterday. inure will be 00 oyster roast at MuT vey's at fort Norfolk to night. This afternoon nod tomorrow after noon will be children's (lay at the lair, Tbo iSobool Hoard will make an? other attempt to bold a meeting to Hiebt. tiurris' e-.rens arrived yestordny. Thero was no street parade or any out? side show, 1 here were u few homo strawberries lu markot yesterday which told lor 25 ceuts a quart, S5II10 Lyuebburg team iu the city, lut it lookh h? 11 thov will not have an opportunity to bIiow what they csu do. frof. 1-liek? baya thut the present spell of weather will continue until the J.",(. , uud thuu it will elear oil...

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. — 3 May 1895

CHINA'S _? L?BOR. How the China-Japanese Treaty Threatens Our Workingmen. SOME TELLING FIGURES. Celestials Who Live on Five Cents a Day Will Del/ Competition. How improved Machinery and For? eign Capital Will Influence Wages. Who can say what will "bo the eitect trpon the industries of this country if (the cheap labor of China is empli yed in the manufacture of goods for the mar- i kets of this country? Who oan predict tho disastrous anil : hopeless condition in which tho Amer? ican workingnian will bo in tho face of the competition of 400,000,000 Chinese, who can live on r> cents a day! i Who can anticipate the changed in? dustrial and social conditions in this country which will follow upon tho in? vestment of millions of American cap? ital in the cheaper uiruvufncturing cen? ters of tho Flowery Kingdom? ' These arc. questions which sooner or later will confront the American work? ingnian and capitalist if tho China-Ja? pan treaty goes into effect. I In that treaty lies hidden ...

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. — 3 May 1895

COMMERCIAL REPORT. Money Mnrkci l!v Somborn Associated Press, Vxw yoBK, Muy 2.?Mpney on call hisbce.i ??ist at l( pet ceut . clou ug at i ? per cent, sterling u\- ii. nge 1? i>et to with actual l>u?i tiis* in baukors' hilts ?i I88al88j lor itxty ?aytand 4^ alt >J for tieinau? Poated rates, 488}a490. Commercial bills, 437a487}. tiov (Jtuinent bond-. I leudy. tut -im uaKKtrr?cix>sino bids. Amou..an Cotton Oil. 29; American Cot? ton Uii. i ror, 174: American Bngur Kefiu tries, U-',. An ot-irau -nar Henneries.pref, ?if}; American I obacco, 1041; American To Vacco, pref; 1081; Atchisoo, Topeka und taut a 1 c. ? : Ualtiraon and Ohio, 67J: < au eda Pacific. 47}; Chesapeake anil Ohio. 18J: Chloagoand Alton, 149; Chicago, hurling. touautlQiiinoy, 7. s Chicago Qas Truat, 75! tlelawara ami Lacknwnnna, 199}; Distil? lers and Cattle Feeders, 18); Krie, 12: Erio. i ret . 241;Ui uei at ?laotri . 33{: Uhu- a I au *riil, 93; " [dike d ie an i Western. 20); l.ako >.ri>- sud Weste...

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. — 3 May 1895

The New Gas System Seems to; Explain the Mysteries of Science. THE PRIMAL CAUSE OF LIFE It Causes the Wonderful "Aurora"' and Bea^s ? Curious Relation to Electricity. Heat and Light Discussed. Something About Hypnotism. Tbo aurora bcrcalis has now been explained ns tbo work of argon, the element in tho nt-ir.osphcro revealed tu tho scientific world only a few months ngo. aud savants arc asking in aiuMr.n xuent what further chemical discovei ies aro Impending. Mysteries which for ages hove puzzled mon of science may, it is poiutod out, find their solution in argon, a basic element hitherto unsus? pected, which is destroying; all tho old laws and Betting up new ones. Who la to cay where tho frenzy of ox ? pciitnont which has now seized tho sci? entific- world ?.or this now substance may. not end? Wkoc;\n toll What revolutions aro im .pendiug as the now gas is condensed and tosted and as one scientist after an? other contributes tho results of his work to the general knowledge? But a f...

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. — 4 May 1895

VOL. XLVIIII?NO. ML NORFOLK, VA., SATURDAY, M A Y 4, 1895. I'RICK Superior Batting Accomplished the Work. A VERY PRETTILY PLAYED GAME WhnloVi Norfolk's Second Baseman, Carried O'ri the Honors for tlis Claris. A Lonu; Urive Over L?(t Fi?U Fence. A Phe notnenal Catch by Lyons. [Special Dlspatoh t > t!io Virginian. ?pKTERSU?ttO, Vu., May :i. ? Peters? burg captured to day's game from the * laws by superior batting. The viei lore played ? (jni Ii fielding game und jhu buses better than the botue loatu, but they eon Id u?it ti d<1 .lames'deceu live curve. Jainea pitched decidedly she prettiest game ol Ibe season, and also made one 61 tbo lout; e>t <iri\c> over left held fence <ver iccti mi tbeae grouuils, Lyous lor Ibe Petersburg*, made 11 pbououic mil cot 1I1 ol it foul tly over bj Ibe rijilit Ueld feme. \\ lialey, Norfolk's 01 ,'ot.ii buteuiau, easily carried oil Ibe donors for Ins team, Ins work throughout tin' Rente being of t'.io Ligi:t<si order, accepting every...

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. — 4 May 1895

af?rnit?Rl stim; The Safe Blown Operrand Its Con tens Carried Away. THE HAUL AMOUNTED TO $600 The Burglars Removed the Safe From the Front to the Rear of the Store and Then Accomplished Their Work Unmolested. Other Robberies. Tbe furniture ?toro of Mr. B. \, Johnson, uu Church street, ueor Cove, ?was sutured by burglars Thursday night, tlie -ale opeued aud robbed of all ibe uiouey, ohecks ami vaiuablea it contained, amounting to about $U0O. When Mr, SlaoL, un etuployo of tlio lirm, who usually o))ons tbo store iu ibe morning, entered tbe establishment yesterday, ne missed tbe heavy irou Mifo fron, iis accustomed place ou the left ol Bio main entrance, iu front of ens of ibo largo plate glass windows. Kuowii'K that this old safe bad done faithful service for soluo years, and ??01 not .-lvnii to playing plunks, bo at ^Aice cunio to tbe oouollislou that a job affoed been put Up aud that tbo sale was the suth-rer. Castinrj about for evidence to lualto good bis suspicious, ho soou discov...

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. — 4 May 1895

THE POPULAR I I QU IDS can*t cure Dyspepsia, ? neither will drastic griping pills of mercury. Dr. Deane's Dyspepsia Pills will and do. You can yet a sam? ple sent you, free for the asking, to prove it. They contain no mercury nor opium. If you have dyspepsia, Leiter send for tliom. DR. J. A. 1)1 ANF CO.. KiiiEston, New York. vs a tvrnis. ANTED.?A cood cook, washer and Ironcr, '" 124 I reeinason litest, niv-t-ft \V.ANTED.?Man lo mana:e branch "thee at St N.Ik, salary SI Isi vi.u'cu cash and refer? ences required: COMMERCIAL; (inferences ini liolifd) to mi j I. Bailie, Building, Washington, 1>. C. nn i-lt \yANTED.?Applicants for Clark ami Carrier IV exsiuiuatinns lo he held soon in ibi. cltv.io ?ii .? i.i ib'j NAT I SAL i "It i N ~ i" r??E, SN u-Ii in pi on, II. C, for free' i o nters." tay i :>t "it" anti d?A fen reliable uiei Im hv ?? toi si most eouipleic snd iitst knowu Kurseiio" in She T. i d Sieles. Special InduCtnieutsi El I - Van-iI Ua KAItBY K bester,? i inj ?? WAN l ?h...

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. — 4 May 1895

EXTAtil i>n;.i> IS 5. rUBLI^HED BY BUY mousing ENCEIT MONDAY. VIRGINIAN BC II DING. main AND i OMJaEUI B ?l'ltEETS, m. OLENNAN. Owxen. OOl'UK 01U?I I.A liU.MiL' rule YiuGlNlAN U LARGELY IS EXOESS ?I *n ? otboi ? ai>er publi?htd in Eas ru Vit -.iin.i. n- eirculeli ti in Notfolls nud rortHiuouti ik ureatei ihmi tii ?'? f iuy i>?i'i<i iblisue I or > neu *to I iu the two o lion. ,t :k aMivot. ii iu the cities ot Norfolk nn>l poruuiouili ami ant) inn lor in cents a weet. ' b'I - ? rlptions, postage paid. Ti\v Dolhm p> r year; I'tarce Doiiara for six months. CMio Dollar and Kifly Uouta f'.r tbia. m>:lb-: ftu i Kitty Ouutj lor one moot i. A.i\ertircminu iui-orte.l nt the mtu of . > Ck^is a S i ft Km-1 in ??. in ion; uu h ?un-u iuuaut insertion Oknts, or .'. i rnts viii n ism run r.\KiiT miiiii i'iv. Oontrao tors arc not alloweJ to exeeed tliatr apa o or nihortiso otbrr than tlioir lOyi illiato business, oM-ipt bv paying espocinlly for tb<- aauio. Tu : Wi vk...

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. — 4 May 1895

PORTSMOUTH IHRHIffiSl Tales of Facts and Points of New Occurrences. ELECTRIC LIGHT WIRE FALLS A Horse Stunned by the Current. Rciprmandod for Hallooing in Ihe Struct. Enjoyed an Oyster Roast at Port Norfolk. Odd Fellows' Fair. Tho orator for lloindiial Day has not yet Leen selected. Politic! in tlu county is being Worked up to a fever beat. Tho street! were never known to be to nm?dy n* tin:y are now. bead the adv. of It. A. Hutebina, City Cullector( wbich enu be found in another column. The tuuerul of Mrs, \\ biteburat will tsko place Sunday nlieruoou ut a o'clock iroiu 512 Fourth street. The half day holiday on Saturday in In the general ollices of tbu rteuboard Air-Iiii.u will cuninieucu to day, A number ol ubildruu worn present yesterday ultcrnoou at the drays' fair r.u.; eujoyed themselves mightily. Tbu young umu who IihiI ii scrapping snatch ui the circus was liucd S^.fiO yesterday. Tbc circus niau waa dis? missed. The criminal term of tlio Hustings Court will begin next Thurs...

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. — 4 May 1895

" POINTS IN TOMATO CULTURE. treatment of Ihn Srcilllnjrs When an Karly Crop In DNlred, Lato tomatoes may ba a fairly paying crop for the farmer who grows them for canning factories by ncres, but they are not profitable any more for tho mar? ket gardener. Tho money for tho latter and the satisfaction for the ainntonr it in tho ripe fruit ho can seouro befoio SKKntTNo roit first transpi.an . iso. the Tush. Tho knowing ones therefore lose no time in starting plant? tu d take such early varieties as the Ruby, Ford hook, Now Imperial or the older King of tho Earlies, Earliest Advance and others of that class to givo ripe speci? mens in 1?0 or 125 days from sowing tho seed. The seed is sown early iu a good -> i d bed in sunny window, greenhouse or hotbed. For tho first transplanting of these seedlings tho noil need not bo of more than medium richness. As T. Greiuor says in American Gardoniug: We don't want forced, sappy growth. Seedlings that RXO short and Stocky and stitt can Go throu...

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. — 4 May 1895

HIHp REPORT. Money itnrlut llv Southern Associated Pr???. ftvr Your,1 May 3.?Money on call has boon Sjasv ut l|a2 per cent , closing al It per coat. Meiling axchauge >* oasier. with actual Imsi 3em in bankers' bills at 487|a488| for alxty hvp andlSj}at89| fur detuaud. Posted rates, 48S|a?!M. Commercial hills, 437J. Qovoru aueut bonds, linn. tit. 8T01 k market?ciXMtXO tun*, tmoricau Cotl u Oil, 291; American Cot tan Oil, pre.. 77: American Sugar Hefiu ?.r.<e. 11' . An erican ^igar Kenuorles.pref, *J3l; American'tobacco, lOtf; Ainoriean To t>acco, praf, l0-:; Atchisou, Topeka and s^Kut.i l'e, b): Baltimore and Ohio, 5U|; Can? ada Pacific, M|; Chesapeake and Ohio. is;; (hioagoand Alton, 149; Chicago Hurling* VuandOuincy. 7l,; Ollioago O.is trust. 74; Pslaware mid Lackuwanna, ICO]; Distil? lers and Cuttlo Feeders, i*J; Trie. Uli Krlo. rrer.. 24I;OeueralElectric,83{; Illinois Cen? tral, 014; Lake? Erie and Western, 20 j; 1-ako tj.ric and Western, prof., 77]; Lake Shore, 424); Lo...

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. — 4 May 1895

ft Columbarium Just Finished in San Francisco. ITS ERECTION COST $22,000 The Ashes of'Those Who Have Br-en Cremated Can Now be Filed Away in Pigeon Holes Uuntll Such Times as Relatives Desire to View Them, A columbarium has jnst been finished jpear San Francisco at it eoel of $28,000. '.A columbarium is it placo where the ashes of those v. ho have- boon cremated are filed away in pigeonholes, with a Beat little placard on the outside of each giving the name of the departed and ether facts for identification. The urn in which the nahes tiro sealed is tin ornamental little piece of pottery or metal, and it mar be- taken out of tho pigeonhole and dusted ctr banded about ?from one to another of the relatives and ;friende of the departed upon the OCOti* ,.',sion of their visits to tho "grave."] Afore than 1,000 urns enn be stored away hi tho columbarium, on whose possession the Californians nro now jpridiug themselves and which is the only one of the kind in the United State?. ' The buil...

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. — 5 May 1895

1IH DilO CYCLONE A Storm Carries Death and De? struction in Its Path. CNE HUNDRED WERE KILLED Many Deaths by Lightning Arc Re? ported and Numerous Victims Found Lodged in Trees. A Furious R.iin and Wind Storm Follows. Uv Southern Associate i Press. 8toux City, [a,, May I. ? Probibly ?tie hundred people wer? killed by tbe eycloue that passed through Sioux county from the Southwest tu tbe northeast an Lour before viu-ct yester? day. Ituif u score ol prosperous little jiiunlcts were tuuohed by tbe Hying storm Mini buudreda 01' farms were 1 ui? 1 waste. The territory devaated in a* rich aud populous us any iu Iowa, l>ut the sturni iiiuiuly kept clear ot tbe rail foud tracks, aud telegraph lines, it will i>e uiauy hours before tbe extent of ruiu is koowu or u full ouu be compiled. it is feared tba returns from tbo uiuru temute points ami from tliu farms iu tbe country will double tbe deotb ?;st. No intelligent estimate of ibe damage iullicted cau I u made, hut it will reaeb iulo tb...

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. — 5 May 1895

The Straighout Will Take the Stump. WILL DISCUSS THE ISSUES Headquarters Will be Opcnc-I in Nor? folk, With Mr. John M. Berkley in Charge. Tbe Straighout Dem? ocaats Expect to Wir? the Fight. Politics nre waxing warmer in Nor folk county, anil iroiu now till the day of election there will be a very vigor ous cauviu* of tho county, The straightoot democrats expect to bavo speaking at every preoiout. 'iho fol? lowing appoiutmeuts bavo already b?eu mudo. and tho orators wfll be an? nounced later : Dcubv's Church,Tanner's Creek I Iis trlct, Friday, Maj l?tb, at 8 p in: Lambert's Point, Tanner's Creek, Dis trict. Tuesday, May 11th, at 8 p m; Knutersville, Tauuer'ti .'reek Distrtot, Monday, May 20tb, ut 8 p in: Ureal Bridge, Plea-ant Grove District, Sal urday, May 11th, at :i p m: Bethel, Flousuut Grove District, Saturday,May ISth, at 3 i> in; Ceulreville,Butt's Uoad District, Friday, May 17tb, at H p tu; We6t Norfolk,Western Branch District, Thursday, May Kith, at 8 p iu; Olehe aud Ha...

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. — 5 May 1895

WANTBIh ^LL l.U'll SlMni'n a ftw hours Vlunr aa h uay thotild write me a ones, legaroing ptea ?nt bum* w..k uhi. h easily pais 118 weekly. 'iis ia nodes p.Ion nd will tertuliily p von in ? <? Igale. Ropy wlili itamiKal cuvtl pj MISS. I. SiBBBIXs. Lawrt i.e. Mich. myS-H A NIK I) ? A kood c k?k, washer and lr..t-er. Apply iu 121 Kreeuiaaon ?licet. m\i-fi 1X7 ANTED.?Applicants for Clerk and Carrier I " examinations to he hold scon Iu ibl< cllr,lo *ii'.' to ill" N ATI' SAl. INsriTUllv, i T a.-biimloii. l>. I .. lor irre ? p. ni. i ."" i. \ I "VVTANTED?A few reliable men Iocoutib. lor XI moat complete and t?at known Nurteitea In j ill.' I' I ?! Statt*. -M, |j IU U 1,1. 111-. I.I." Van..i It \ l AltBV. Bucltcsier, S. V. tnyS-Ct* )* JOYS WANTED iTTw'ik ?i Nnif ik i r ii I'ao J age VA .irk-. Iluiiii t:\ ?! ??. 01}3 at* WOAItH 'hi' ? gentlemen can u.t >uie mr^-c [ 4> ? ell fuinitlicd room.eiaiiid tl. in . eutial ?ijii <>i the . .v. with Ik.jr.I, lui SIC pel atanlh an ii ...

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. — 5 May 1895

tsTAr.i.i.-nr.n 1856. PUBLISHED EVEBY MOUSING JttXCEPl .MONDAY. VIBGlNlAN BUILDING. MAIN AND COM MEHCB STBKBT3. M. GLKNNAN, Owstn. ? THE UIBOULATIOS OF I'UE VlltOlNIAN is LA BO ELY IN EXCESS ..I au.. other I vapor publish'd iu Eu?t ruVirwln ?. Its circulation in Norfolk mid I "ri aioiu'i is creator Onto t-lint < f any paper i I : I , cr i ireiuate I in the, two e ii. s. it IB delivered in the cities ?>! Nor/oik and porlsinoii'li mi I mb.irl' lor in cent* a week, ?-t.il - u riptiou?, > ..-t.uo paid. Fiv. Dollar* por yi r. Three Dollars '?> ix nioiilha. One Dnliitr anil Fii'ly Cents fur tmoi tu ii tta?; au i Fifty Ooutu for one wont ? AdvaritcemcntB iuterted at the rale of 75 Cemb a s ii 5-1'irst is i ... i Si i" .I b BUb?o tiuent insertion : 7 t'tvis, or 5 ? < i vt. | '; wins inm :i rvkhy cTiir.n i>ay. Contrae to'ri are npt allowed to exce i t eir apa ? j km iiiivei'tiKe oilier tbau their loci hnate bimie.it,. exo.pt by payiu , eapooially for tin s.^ine. . 1'llr Wll...

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. — 5 May 1895

It SUD fresh Facts From the Reporters' Notebook. MEETING COUNTY TEACHERS. Politics in Hie County ^Becomes Very Warm. Fell and Broke Her Wrist. Vacancies to be Filled by the Council. An Obstreper? ous Horse a Inrce crowd attended tbe baseball fames yesterday. r-pnug chickens about tho size of fiarlridges sold for 75 ceute a pair. Communion services will be adminis? tered in most ol tho churches to-duy. Cant. K. V. Wime nud wife uro in J'auvillo. They will return uoxt Th?rs duy. The City Council will till tho four Vacancies in tho fccbool Board at their cueetiug 1'tiosday uigbt. Politics i> getting warm in tbecounty an.I tbe ceurer the electiou upproucbea the more exciting it becomes. Home rinsed berries were offered for etile in market yesterday at prices rang? ing from 20 to HI cents a quart. Jhcro will no more bull played in (bis city until tho *20lb instaut; then 2iiclimoi.il will he here for three games. Tue funeral ol Mrs, Whiteburat will take place tins afternoon at the resi...

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. — 5 May 1895

Tea Pots, Sugar and Creamers *f Japanese China Ware!! Cjds and Saucers. ?MEHELLA HOLDERS T -5 03 Pairs i Corsets Corsets Left from Last Week's Sale T DftESS GOODS. Solid SILVER SPOONS, Belt Buckles. BOOK MARKS, Hat and Hair Pins. 12 a beautiful ?nia I < hecks, sold I60 yard, Ml* price II i\ 1- piece- Fancy Wor>lids. sold at 30ft, Kale pr re I2|e yard, pee* >\ ol Scotcb Plaids, were St - -H , in., i6c Tiirit. N -r 1 ? k siieens, 8e, 10c, 12|c, '. . ?? good values. N< ? patterns nest quality cheeks ? ' unptj atteens, sold at I8u, sale pr rc* i*2i ? y,4r?l. r. si 1 Nary all Wool Berge 38o K one third less ihau regular pile. India .Mall and Sbnntohg Pougee, u oe m .1 cool lur summer wear, 7? yard, sold at l"ie. w.: Iber lot ol fine yard wide Por ( a ?? \a 3 ai .1, won n l'Jle. Fine all wool 1 nil mik mix Drop? h, ? !?? 75e, G5o yard, mlo in ice 4'.'e, Beel Merrimao Print Calieo, -le yard, Beel Giugham Quecks, So quality,5o. JAPANESE FaNS. 5e, 7c, Sc. I0e, 12c, L5o, l^c, 2'&g...

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. — 5 May 1895

Money .ilarlirt liv Boatbero AssociatoJ Cras?. *)rw Yobb, M.iv 4.?Money ou oull tins been nominally ?t 1) ver cent Sterling uxobange Is easier, with actual business in bankers lulls at 4872*488 for eixtv days ?ud 4B3Ia489 tor demand. Posted raton. 4881*490. Com hicrci.il hills, 48U;a4S7j. Ciovcrmuent bonds, firm. THU ST?? E SIAHKKT?oi.OSINO lltt>S. American Cotton Oil. 28]; American Cot toe Uil. i ret. 77: American Huicar ltefln tr.??. An srican Sugar Itefineriea.pref, l-'.. American 'lobaeco, 104; American To? bacco, prof, I0S; Atchison, Topaka and taut* to, Ci: Baltimore and Ohio, 67; Cau *da Pacific. 49|; Chesapeake and Ohio, is;: <hioaKouud Altou. 14?; Obioago..Barling tousnUQulncy. 741; Ohicago Gas Trust, 73?; I'clnwme and I.aekawanna, 159}: Oiitil Isri ami futile Feeders. '8.; Trie, 12}: Brie. Iiret . 26;Geusral Kleetrio. 33:: Illinois Cen? tral, ?ll; Lake Erie and Western, I'Jj; I.al;e I i i- anil Western, pref.. 77J; Lake Shore, jrj): Louisville an?t Nashville. 601; Lo...

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. — 5 May 1895

i J mi 11 Surry, i Full Surry, i Cut Under Surry, i Extension Top Su i y i Speeding Sin ty I De iverv Wagon, I Fine French 1 rap, Horse and Harness, I Goat bul y and Harness complete, C01VLBI^"_A.TI01Sr R-A T_B-R11 , at 10 a. m., at the Staloles NOS. "Ze AN D 78 UiNliOINI STREET. On TUESDAY May the 7th, at 10 a. m., we will sell at the stables of Pendleton & Boyce, 1 1 01 tor's Buu<iy, > oung Men s Uuggh s. 2 i hactons, 3 Road C_ ai ts, 1 Spi ed ( ai t, 1 Open Buggy, 1 Ladies rivmg Horse, Pheatop and Harness, AI>o o Sets Harness Single and Double, 10? HEAD OF HORES AND HULES AT AUCTION TUESDAY, MAY 7th, AT 10 A. M. On TUESDAY, Mav 7th, at 10 a. m. Messrs. Taylor & Co. will sell for us a' our stables, Nos. 7 and 78 I nioi> street, 100 head of MORSES and MULES suitable or farming purposes, also several nice drivers. Parties wishing to pur? chase should not miss this sale. Respectfully, PENDLETON & BOYCE. ers, Mex'can Story of \ Fabjicusly Rich Cavern. WERE WARN...

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