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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 13 June 1895

To Cure ?veak stomach, lo?s of apn-'Jte. flatulence, *?aterbrash, mine; of for.*'., ncartourn. night ware, coaler! tongue, offensive brcatli, Jaun? dice, lud complexion,livcr?spol i, yellow eyes, ?tonsttpatioo, palpitation of Hie heart, and abort (ire Uli ?Her mi :i!s,'j> pcpiio, and ail its ej niptoms. lake Dr. Dcane's Dyspepsia Pills. *&it plenty of r, md nourishing food. A pdl alter ?.-... ii laeai. as ceuts at druggists', bca-l i-j u* lot fire sample. DR, J. A. Ul VNK CO.. i.i hi, New \otk. w A "v'Bltl*. *l hams WANT KU in ? rk on ending ni Wil. i lw k'iiI.T >;?!' Aim In ?i ' -'' llciirv all.el. ?J. W BllUIIAKKit, Contractor. j.l.i.'Jt? ?ji"|7. r.ii mil i> mi:n u \ \ i <.:< m ??..?k c Wii V " IoubiiIiv Si i Apply al 20 lleary street. (I sj. W. BRUIIAKl.lt. ? oiilr .clor._Jul . ? ^uan IKD-Mei to sell lots In the suburbs ~t at KorRdk on the Installment.plan. Ai iily with v<? luineuda.l'.i.s t.i jsu. c. rAKKITt-SON, -j,. H.h.i street. Norfolk, or 'NJ. L WATdON...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 13 June 1895

BST&BIiMIiei) 13J6. PUBLISHED EVEBV MOUSING HXOBPT MONDAY. VIUQINIaN UOltiDISO. MAIN AND COMMEUCB 8TUKBT3. M. QLBNNAN. Ovsan. Kntorol aB scooti l-eia?* matter. THrlOlKOULVriOSOK IHK VIUQINUN t. LABOKLY IN KXOESS?I of anj other uaver publish-d lu East ru Vircluiu. Its circulatku in Nort?U mid i'ortsmout.i is creator tlian that of any papor published or" iromated In the two cities. Jt !? delivored in Iho eitle? of Horfolk und portemouih and stibnrbi lor 10 cents * week. Vail subscriptions, posugo paid. F t ? Dollars per year; 'i'liroe Dollars for nix mouths. One Dollar and Fifty Cents for three months, au i titty Cents lor one "'jutV?rtitetai nts lui-orte t at tile rale ol 1 i On via a eViCAwaFmsi is mition; each eubso qttotit inaertion 37J ? im -, or ;> ? Cksts v al.N jNsi i tkii avrtiii ? riir.a i?at. tJontrao tors are uot ?Howe I 10 exceed their spa o or "nd>ertieo oilier than their leKinuietn buaincss, except by payiug especially tot the same. Tnr. Wkkki.v Yihoinian tM&g...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 13 June 1895

PORTSMOUTH NEWS i -._._ What He Saw and Heard on His Rounds Yesterday. The Street Committee's Report. Sent to the Insane Asylum. A Chim? ney Struck by Lightning; Mr, Halligan and Not Mr. Mul vey Hurt. Other Notes. .Tho Lynchburg Club left for homo (OBt III;: bt. Nothing was reported at the slatiou bouse lust night. The truckors have commenced ship? ping potatoes pretty lively now. The only business iu the Mayor's Court yesterday was oivil busiuess. The street railroad lost a mulo T'ucb day night uud two more ura sick. Tho Norfolk and Portsmouth clubs Will begiu a series of games to day. WutermelouH from dowu South were ? Ik-red for sale in the market yester? day. The Heptosoph'a excursion to White Lilly Farm to-day should bo well pat? ronized. fi Genoral Manager .1. H. Winder, of tho Seaboard Air Liue, was in the city yesterday, Ou account of the rain yesterday af ternoou the third gamo with Lynch l>urg was not played. Mr. Wm. H. Harnes, Deputy Clerk ?f the Norfolk County Court, ...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 13 June 1895

How the Boy in Uniform Stopped a Runaway. His Ccol Head and Quick Wit Averted a Serious Accident. Jumped Into the Wagon From the Rear, Seized the Reins and With a Jerk Stopped the Horse What might have been a very serious incident was averted on n recent after? noon by the cool bend and quick wit of a messenger boy. It was about 8 o'clock, when Park row, New York, is crowded, and true Ilk and cablo cars get badly tangled op. j The boy was near the entrance to tho Brooklyn bridgo, when a horse attached to a wngon owned by a soda water firm took fright at nn Italian with a push eart full of bananas, mid started on a wild rnn np Park row. When at the corner of North William street tho wag? on gave a terrific lurch, spilling half of Its contents of soda water bottles nnd maddening the rnuawuy horse. It was just at this critical point that the littlo messenger jumped into the wagon from the rear und scrambled on the seat, whoro lie managed to get hold of the flying roins, and with a trem...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 13 June 1895

notier Blarteet IlT Southern Associated Press. Ve\?: Yoiik. Juno 12.?Money on call ca<y <?t lall per ceut-, closing at 1 ;>or ce.tt. ttoliug exchuugo is firm, with actual ?business In battkera' bills at 4SNJal3<* for ?tlxtv daya and 489}at89| for demand. Posted gates. 489a4'.0. Commercial bills, 4S7}aiS:i, tie-Tttnniont bonds liighcr. tbe STOCK mabkkt?Ct/MINO bids. Ituerlcan Cotton Oil, 2~l: American Cut? tern U?. prof, 73$: American Ungar ltettu ?r:iB. iist; An em-nu Sugar Itefiuerloe, pref. 103; American Tobacco. 115: American To? bacco, pref. ill;: A6::)itson, Tooeka aul Hanta Fo. ioj; Baltimore and Ohio, Ol: Cnn ?da 1'aciiic. 64: Chesapeake nod Ohio. 3'2i: Chicago and Altou, IM: Chicago, Hurling ton HudQumcy. K51; Chicago Uns Truat,721: l>elsware nnd Lackawanna. 160}: Uistil vn and Cattle Feeders, in j Erie. Iii: Brie. fref.. 2b asked: Oi-neral Eleclrie. 85J; Illinois mitral.9 >: I it .o Erle and W es torn,24; Lake ?V'.rio ami Wratern. prof.. 81: l-ake Sinu c, ...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 13 June 1895

FROMTHE PENTO MATRIMONY A Lawyer Weds His Old Love I Whose Husband He Killed After Serving a Sentence qf Twenty 5 one Years for Resenting a Slan? derous Charge, the Young At? torney Returned to His Old Home and Married, ? In January, 1879. Lebanon, Ind., was thrown into the wildest excitement, oc? casioned by tho killing of Qoorgo T. Galt, ono of , its wealthiest resident* Throe years prior to tho trngedy John G. Davis was cashier of tho First Na? tional bank of Lebanon, aud n highly respected citizen. Ho was tho father of .ithreo girls. His greatest desire wits that his daughters might each wed a man who was well supplied with this world 'n goods and with irreproachable charac? ter. When May, his eldest, began re? ceiving tho attentions of William Jnok bou, a young law student, with appar? ent favor, tho father entered strenuous objections. Ho accepted tho inevitable, however, and desisted. With the possible excep? tion of a painful smilo and a friendly salutation when they Chanced...

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. — 14 June 1895

NORFOLK, VA., FRIDAY, JUNE 14, 1895 PRICF 2 CENTS MEETING ?F POLICE BOND The Charges Against Officers Heard By the Commissioners. Detective Wynn Had a Hearing; and Was Reinstated. Detective Rich? ardson's Testimony Was Ex cluciod on Account of Charg? es Agajnst His Character. Sfbo Board of Polio? Commissioners DOsM in semi monthly session at D o'clock en tor day ullciuoon at tho Mayor's U'iioc, with .Mayor U. W. I'?ttit in tho oliair. Mr. Hass, agent, appeared before tl a Hoard and exhibited one of West's Oblero Nnptholjooi I lisiofectante, and oxplniuod ?b manner of workiug. Tho Hoard reoommeudud to tho Jiaihling t'ouimilteo tliut it furnish a tinmbor of Uhu for use at the elation bonse. Tho cases of Officers Sherman and 3\iiBpp, who uere chnrged by Messrs. Vf, H, H. Trice Ji Co. witlt a failure to Cetil?? their ruut accounts. The evidence was heard in roTerofico to theao uooounta end tho board de ttiled tliut Messrs. Triee.VCo. unist ??? i iudgcuieut iigs'lnet Officer Miermou lefo...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 14 June 1895

|tHE FAIR YOUif GRllMES' Received Their Honors at the Academy Last Night. Will Carlcton the Orator of the Occa ? sion. An Eloquent Address. Ex? cellent Music. Well Prepared Fapers. The Distinguished Class of Last Session. The commencement oxcreises of Nor? folk College for Youn? Ladies took ?laco last uight at the Academy of iusio iu the presenco of an nudienco whioh tilltd every seat; iu fact, every foot of stnti.iiut: room. It was graduating uight and upon the platform were seated nearly fifty happy young ladies,who looked 0harm? ing iu their pretty white gowns. The exercises of tho ovoumg were opened with prayer by Dr. Ii. D. Tucker, the rector of St. Paul's Epis? copal Church. Atter music, .Miss Luuile Dvais Browuley delivered tho salutatory. "Woinau ol fiction." Her nddresB was cerluinly verv creditably prepared nud well delivered. A song by Miss Mauiiu IMcUeo, followed aud Col, A. P. Plfer, iutrodueed the orator of the evening, the poet, Will Cnrletou* Those who heart) this di...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 14 June 1895

T!riii?s comfort and improvement and tends to personal enjoyment when tightly used. The many, who live bet? ter tliau others and enjoy life more, with less expenditure, by more promptly adapting the world's best products to tin- needs of physical being, will attest the value to Health of the pure liquid laxative principles embraced iu tho remedy, Syrup of Figs. Its exccllei ce is due to its presenting In the form most acceptable and pleas? ant to the taste, the rcfrcsliiug and truly beneficial properties of a perfect lax? ative; effectually cleansing the system, dispelling colds, hcadacbes and fevers ?md permanently curing constipation. 3t has given satisfaction to millions and ?net With the approval of the medical profession, because it acts on the Kid? neys, Liver anil llowels without weak? ening them and it is perfectly free from every obji ctioiuible substance. Syrup of Fi? is for sale by all drug? gists in 50c i ??>! bottles, but it is man? ufactured by the California Fig Sy...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 14 June 1895

tsTAUUMll !? IS ?. PUBLISHED EVEBx" MOBNINO EXCEPT MONDAY. VliHUMAN BUILDING. MAIN AND COMMERCE S1TIEET3. M. OLESNAN. OwSEit. EntoreJ as seoond-eiass matter. \ HKilNIAN nnv othi-r THE CtKOl'LAllUN OK I HK |0 LABOELV IN EXCESS f b?.i<?c published iu E.i?: 111 Virinuia. iwcnculaii u in Nori.'lw itud Portsmouth Jg^reator lhau tbat of any paper published cr'urcu atwt iu the two c lie*. it 8 dulivort d iu the cities ot Norfolk iiuil Portsmouth ami suburbs for 10 ceuts a week. * ad aubarlptions. po?t..ae paid. Fito Dollar? per vesr; three Poilars fur idx lueuthi. One Dolur nu.i Fifty Cents fo. thre? mot th-; an I f ifty Cents ror one m AaA 01 tiriniont? iuserto.l at the rate ot 75 CbnTB A SOVAI BEI??}! IJSSEIITION; ea b nUltsu uuaut insertion 37J Cksts, ot ."> ? < knts 1 wBi.s'iN-i run itvr.tii . i?au t<\\. Contrac? tors are not iiPn?e I to except t: oir spa o or ad>orlUo other tlmu ttioir lORltinittfl business, except by paying especially lor the aauie. The Wekki.v Vlttots...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 14 June 1895

PORTSMOUTH NEWS ?SS m pill Matters of Mere Mention of the Doings of a Day. Knocked Down and Run Over. Picked Up Sick on the Street. Personal Notes. A Mission Sunday School. Taking the Dog Census. Other News. There was uo docket in the Mnyor's Court yesterday. A general court mar tied will convoue et tho vard to-day. A number of the schools will close lor the summer to itoy. Mr. W. II. Harnes is still continod to bis home from biukucss. The Efliugunm Street Sunday Sohool will go to Newport News. Mr. G. M. Reynolds qualified yes? terday aa a member of tho City Coun Gil. There was a good rain in the county Voduesday ufteruoou, and again at night. Mrs. W. T. Dill left yesterday for tho Yellow Sulphor Springs to euend the cummer. Mr. A. R. Markham, an old oiti/.en, Is extremely ill at his homo in South Portsmouth. Quito a nice crowd went to Whito Jjilly form yesterday ou tha liepta copha' picnic. Mr. J. C. Taylor and child, of South Portsmouth, left lust night for Albany, 24. Y., ou a vi...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 14 June 1895

?IT CIRCUS OF W11I8 Capt. Baker Had a Remarkable Ex? perience After a Long Voyage. The Good Ship Runs Into a Veritable School of Whales. The Vessel Runs Aground on Several Miles of Porpoises. A Prize Fish Story. Captain J. Q. Baker of the four mast? ed stool ship Kenilworth is a wan of un? doubted voracity and 'fa both sober in his jndgmen? and Iiis habits. This state? ment is due tho bluff, skipper, for ho briugs to port with hiui a fish story of heroio proportions, such a ono as will xnuke the ordinary sea serpeht yarn seem quite trivial in comparison. Tho Kenilworth dropped anchor in Now- York bay after u mu of 90 days and 18 hours from Honolulu, having covered nearly 18,000 miles. She brought 8.OOS tons of sugar, the first oargo to make n liko trip to that port in nearly 20 years. Tho ship was about 150 miles oast of Capo Houlopon at 3 o'olook on Monday afternoon. It was thou that a school of whales was sighted about a mile away on the starboard quarter. Captain Baker declares t...

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. — 14 June 1895

COMMERCI&LRtPORT. floni'V Mnrlict Ev Southern Aasociatod Brest. Tew' Yobk, .luno 18.?Money on call easy at l per cent., cloiine at 1 per cont. IfteliuK exohauee is easier, with actual lusincss In bunkert' blllt at 48SJit4S-i for eixtv days and 489} lor demaud. Posted tatet. 489*4111. Commercial bills, 487}al3S, Government bonds firm. thksiock market?closing BtDS. American Cotton Oil. 27}: American Cot? ton Oil. i rof, Tit',: American Sugar llefiu vr" b. 1211; American Sugar I'ettneriet. prof. Sn2l: American Tobacco, 115}: Amor can To? bacco, pref. H4j.; Atcbison, Topeka ?u I Santa Fe. 10J: Baltimore and Ohio, 6-y. Can? ada Pacific, 54; Chesapeake and Ohio. 22J: Chicago and Alton. IM; Chicago. Hurling Jon andQuiney, *T>1; Chicago Gas Trust.?!:; vein ware and Lackawanua. 162: Distil *r* and Cattle I'eodere. 191; l'rio. 10":: lErio, tret.. 2B asked: General Electric. 851; Illinois Central,95; I aku Erie and Westeril.24|; Lake Frio and Wettern, prof..82: l.akt? shore, Louisville ...

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. — 14 June 1895

Government Board to Study the Irrigation Problem. The Heads of" the Several Bureaus Co-operate in Proparing Plans for Redeeming Waste Land. Public and Private En? terprise. A government board of irrigation baa 'been organized with the following mem ibors: Mark W. Harrington, chief of tho mather ImrSfta ; Charles W. Irian, chief of the office of irrigation inquiry ; Mil iou Whituoy, chief i>9 the division of Agricultural foils; B. E. Fornow, chief of tho forestry division s B. T. Qallo way, chief of the division of vegetable pathology; Charles D. Walcott, director of tho Uuited States gcologieul survey; Daniol M. Browning, commissioner of Indian affairs; Houry Gannett, chief topographer of tho geological survey, and F. II. Newell, chief of tho division ef hydrography, geological survey, sec rotary of tho hoard. All these men are experts in thoir particular fields, and through them tho results obtained by tho different investigators may bo brought together. Mr. Newell, the secretar...

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. — 15 June 1895

VOL. L? NO. 12_NORFOLK, VA., SATURDAY, JUNE 15. 189o PRICE 2 CENTS He Expected to Realize a Fortune Then Correct Matters. He Passed an Almost Sleepless Night In Ceil No. 9, of the Tombs Pris? on. Speculation in Cotton Was tho Ca i9C. 375,000 Is the Amount Inv?lvpd. I3y Sontboru Astooint 11 Proas, New Yoiik, .lituo II.?Albort S. Moore, tin: secretary uml iroasttrcr of thu Eust River Silk <'".. wbn is now occupying n cell in tliu Tombs under < bar get* of forging indorsements of Iba firm ol 1 iirunu, Swauu a Co. Hail lt. VV. lumau to notes, uuil tlm Dime of .lohn Menke us acceptunofl to drafts, passed en ulttio: t sleeple ?; ni>? iit tu cull 01 of the old prison,whiob bo occupies ulone, ?ml ute im' little breakfast, In uu in tervtew lie said: ?'I tir.-t forgod three years ngo. I was tbeo n bookkeeper for lumau, bwnuu a Co.. for whiob company 1 bml worked for N years, I had been spec? ulating in the market und was long tu rot ton. l.ntu one ovenin;' luv broker caaio to me and ...

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. — 15 June 1895

Interesting Closing Exercises of the Session. One of the Most Successful Schools. Delightful Programme. Instruct? ive Address to the Class by Bishop Randolph. The Graduates. Ono of the most successful educa? tional lustitutious iu tho city is the ] Leaoh-Wood Seminary, ou tho corner j ot Granby aud Freemason streets. Its ] career has beeu ouo of contiuual pros? perity, tho people of Norfolk recog? nizing its merits iu a very appreciative manner. Tho school the past session baa been in ebar^o of Mies Agnes Douglas West and its excellence Las been systematically maintained, Tho closing exercises of tho school took place Thursday ovouing iu tbo presenco of a largo nml interested audience. Tho rooms wore prettily decorated for the occasion. Flowers and greens of all kindH wore used ami the wholo placo was quite transformed, 'lhe programme was as follows: Eraver.Itev. A. t-. 1.1'y.I Piano sol-i . Urs. SiHton E< 11 v?''Modern Literature vs Stamlant Works'.M'-a Ida illi Voca! sido .Mrs....

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 15 June 1895

THE popy ntvrci). \? ANT l A crvani la ci wi ii and Iron v' aud gcucii.1 liou-ewoik at - 1 llosc Ai Due, sTtraiuble'ou. ill) ? "UrANTEli?It.-iiallo man iij iijic , small on.i* '1 and handle my ???? a- IV-,- m i rniancnl ( imi' and rcfcroucc. A. T. Mo. HIS cat hit fa} er. Ii.it* iToTlSEs AND CARTS wanted for gr dins helow II Oceau \ i>?, Apply at jO Henry all ? ! li. ?5. W. ItUIJ'IAKEIt, contract r Jul.-'.l ?All t' ILORKIJ MEN m:mi|.din work on rail JUU load at Wlilooghbr Spit. Apply ?t 10 Henry ?Iieel U. .-. \V. Itltl DAKI.lt, contrai tor. jul -II \\'AS I I i'i -M.o ?? I in I!?? miIi ib- of U Nor:..Ik on I lie I nut li Inn <ic iiitii? ndatln >imt. Niirf.ll .ino. < . i AltKI ii-UN, il .1 .INO. I. WAT l?N', *W III. iel.'-lw Appli at once Iii mi Krccmaioii striet. SMf an Intolllgcni ' I' A .V 1 ED?A situation i girl in do all kin i lit R ! on preinlsra, Addre s ELLA colli N? fORlr-MOl th TAil 01 in<i ilicb itr.it, l'oit-iia.iiitlt. V a. ANTI-MI?A good tailor t onee; mit ...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 15 June 1895

ESTABLUtUED 1s.16. PUBLISHED EVEBx M0B2U.XQ KXCErT MONDAY. Y1BQ1NIA.S BUILDING. MAIN AND COMMEBCB SXltEBTd. M- GLKNNAN. Ownkh. KntereJ as teoond-class tnattor. THE Ol HO Lb ATI ON OK THE VIRGINIAN Ji LARGELY IS EXCESS of any other taper published iu Ban; .11 Virginia. Its oirculatiou in Norfolk and I'ortauioutU 1* ttrcator than that of any paper publiabed or . treinatod in tbe two pities. it ia delivered iu the eitles <>r Norf.dk und porumoulh and sal)lirb? tor 10 eeuU a week. Viail iiibwriptious, postage paid. Five Dollar* per year; rUrco Hollars tor -si mouths, One Pol'lnr and Knty C uts for three month*, aud fifty Oent* lor ouo monf.'. _. Advertisements luhortol at tho raioof 1 > Cif-i c a s uai k KiuM issEttTlox; em b subse? quent insertion 87 CKSTS, or 61 Uknth vvni'.n ISsi.i ?*?.!? 1 vna 1 1 im 1: l.'.v. <'??uuac? tors arc not hI'otvo 1 lo exceed their spa a or advertise other than tboir legitimate bu*iu< 6v e\cept by paying especially lor tbo Fnutc. Tbk Wkkki.t...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 15 June 1895

FORTSMOUTH NEWS in the Matter of the Street Rail? road Franchise. The Report of tl>e Committee as Pub Sisbed in Tbe Virginian was Adopted. Spetcbes Made for and Against the Road. Pe? titions From Citizens. Tlio City Council held un adjourned meeting last uigl't with the following <ut!ubers present: L I' Kluter, presi? dent. Jus ? Everett, ranntet T .Mouto *!iio. P K Wouuyoutt, Juiuei W Brown, Jr, Ii E (ilassett, Cico Al Teed. S (J |!rowu, L C Brinson, U (3 Peed, .1 Tbos J'uuu, .las U I'roeior. C f j Morden, D \X Minden and F A Friedlin, The president ttntud the meeting ?i:- bebt fur t be purpose of noting upon the report of tba tst reel Com mitten in reforeuce to tbe street railroad. Mr. Everett mured that ti.e Council go tuto a meeting of the committee of ?be whole, wbioh was seconded aud cdopted. Tho report of tho eommitteo v*h read. Air. H. O. Brown moved that tho io port bo received. It was seconded by Jlr. Everett. The president then invited any citi? zen to make blieb re...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 15 June 1895

im GOSSIP O.F GOTHAM. JWliy Mrs. Maolcay Went Abroad in Hasto Equipped for Battle. ?jroT?r Cleveland und ihc Bar-How O. H. ? r. Belmont Mjwie ? VTusor with Uord Bosebery-Bowing o? ? Now Fod "* I ' Women?Royalty and rreient?. [corTniouT. 1*95.1 j The sudden advent of Mrs. John W. 1 ttackuy and her equally precipitous de? parture for Eu? rope have not a littlo puzzled thoso who wore assured that this versatile matron proposed to < tablibh herself in New York in the capacity of potti ooated Mean lirnmmcl. No doubt she hud some idea of the sort in her mind. white's bvb-tkm. era idea not romotoly connected with Itho ambitious .project of getting- her jwn safely wedded to a well-known ?heiress, who shall be nameless hi re. fThat she will bo here very shortly no jono questions, but her going has fbronght up once more a peculiar so 1 yolety snarl, quite unprecedented iu cul? tured purlieus. Mrs. Mackay is a par ftlsnn on ono sklo of tho war. ?m! hns rtcued to London with tho intention of...

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