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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 28 July 1895

OLD KICKAPOO ?W. AN ANCIENT CANNON THAT HAS A REMARKABLE RECORO. St Played au Important 1'a.rt lu tho Strog i:Us Over Slavery Iu Kautat- Wiu a Hone of Coufrution ? Saved From the I'uniai'u by a liiatorlcal Society. There was recently shipped front Chi? cago to tho Kuusaa Stute Historien] soci? ety uno of tho most valuable relies of the border ruffian warfare. ,lt is tho OKI Kickapou cannon which did uexvico ut Old Kickapco, Lawrence und other points uIour tho Missouri border daring* Kausos' early struggle for free state gov? ernment. This old guu formed, tho boue i f contention iu runny a hard fought coutost between pro-slavery and onti slavoiy forces, and n lurgti number of tho old citizens of Kansas con remember tho stirring events clustering about the history of this remarkable implement of Warf art*. Of lato yt.urs tho whereabouts of tho eld gun has been a mutter of coujeoturo, and by many it was thought to have boe-n lost, but it is duo to the efforts of Colonel 11. Miles Mooro...

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. — 28 July 1895

Matters of Moment Pertaining to the Fair Sex. A Woman's Tact Must be Carefully Used in Getting a House Party Together. The Heroine of Manipur. Brooklines Suffragists, Utmost tact is needed to bring the right kind of j.iooplo together in a house pirty. They mu.-t oitbor t>o mutual friends or strangers that aro sure of bo iiig congenial?not tho Baute kind of people certainly. Every one would bo dreadfully bored. But well so lee tedcom - plsmeuts will Barely bring out tlie best in every one. There is no need of having au equal ntmibox of man and women. That smacks too much of intentional pairing off. There should be a few young peo? ple for gnyety, a namber of bright men Ritd women for spice, and a sympathetic soul, with young blood in hor veins yet. to help tho hoste?s in her wide reaching duties of chaperon. Invitations should bo sent out live or six weeks in advance, the length of the stay fixed at a wo k or ut ten days, the day of arrival and departure stated dofi Tailoly. With ...

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 July 1895

I PILOT GOES UNDER h Deed of Assignment Recorded Yesterday. Tlio Amounts Due Preferred Credi? tors Aggregate ?14,530.90. Judp;e Heath Named as Trustee. Will Reorganize the Com? pany in a Few Days.. The Pilot Publishing Company made on nssiguu em yostorday fur tlie bouetit of creditor*. Judge Heath is uamod as trustee and the deed, ns rcoordod by President Sheldon, abowa liabilities otuouutini; to ?i 1,580.9 1 here are lour classes of preferred creditors, Schedule A nro na follows aiut nu debts duo iu Norfolk: K. V, White & Oo.,$l.tj0;.). C. Martin A: Co., ?52.00; Norioik Taper Bos Couipauy, SI.75; \V. I. Barrou .V Co., $5.10. Elizabeth Iron Works, SC.02, R A bodaon, $25.34; W A Anderson, $4.92; Twin City Iron Works, $1.05; W ll H Trice & Co, $00; Old Dominion Paper Co, $4U3.?7; City Uaa Light Co, $137. Total, 8091). 05. Schi i>i i.i: B. ? Iseompoaed of tbir toon notes of $ 100 each und cue uolo ol I-liit) duo tu the American Type Foun? dry, makiug !, 100, Aieo tUi; follow...

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 July 1895

They Were Not "In It" With the "Clams" Yesterday Afternoon. They Only Got Four Hits Off Weeks Who as a Matter of Course Feels Proud. He Had Good Support. Clare Fared Badly. Hits Were Bunched. THE VIRGINIA LEAGUE GAMES. Norfolk, 9; Portsmouth, 4. Richmond, 11; ltoanoke, 2. Lyuohburg, 18; Petersburg, 2, Where tlm Cluba I'lnr I'o-I>uy. portamoutli In Kurlolk. Ituanouu l?i lln hnnmil, I?rler?bnrs III I.?'urtlbnrc. liiha. ou Ter font. 3U xn Si 6sc> 41 .617 4-' .Hf.8 u) .am The Norfolk tonm mot tho onomy from across tho river yesterday after? noon at Leaguo Park before a good sized crowd, aud to say that the result of the game was a pleaeuro to the "cranks" aud admirers is not ?Ulli oientiy strong enough to carry with it the eutbusiasm and delight that fol? lowed. Tho old, tho young and the middle uged wore lu eoataciea of joy. Old mou shouted themselves hoarse, while tho young men ami the boy* simply wont wild,figuratively .speaking, over tho success of tho "Clams" iu de? feating t...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 30 July 1895

REV. Daniel F. Warren, D.D., Rertor Holy Trinity Church, Jersey City Heights, says: 44 Dr. Dearie's Dyspepsia Pills ?rr unquestionably good. They are,in mv opinion, all itiey claim to >>.-. 1 Ii ive tried them and found in Ihcm what 1 needed. I believe they will cure Dyspepsia, mid th.it i* ?aying much b>r any medicine. 1 era (lad, tlii-irlote, to Rive mv ?? limouy." At tltdractht*'. *S ***** Scad-tO 111 I i j Irrt wniyle. UK. J. A. DK \NK ?:0 . Kingston, New York. vt ,1 HTKI?, "IVANTKIi A ?rhllc. n UiJIi' ige vornan, to 4<i M 11 v lit '.I < w ik mil't lire on i mill-". A fiod hullic to rlfilll piitv. tlj'J M'inlay m 111 ig b Uveen .? an I 1. oclock to i 10 Bank utieet, l)l)ABD'?llti Wanted iin gentlemen oardcii i? at i reroiiula ?Irec ; let ? r<a oaa'deknd rel ?reneeiex ba-grd. Mil.-. kVOQDIIOUM..)y- -It' A?il.NTs -on.- in i ,i h county, hi lake nrden by ?amp a; nudly I an '1 I ?eile :i light; |Ooil (alary; iantilei ami patilcnlar. cut piouei a|? ?kaut. Addreai wi...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 30 July 1895

rjsT*DOi<nv:i> IS.'.G. PUBLISHED EYE?* MOlttUNQ BXUEl'l' MONDAY. UBQiMaN BUILDINU. MAIS AND COMUEKCB SXUUBTd. M. QLKSNAS. Owm.i.._ "TllK UIUCULATIOS OK 1 HI-. VI KU INT AN ig IA.HUELV IN EXCESS uf any other Moer published In K?st ru VirKluiii. -m oiroul??ii'U in NorfoU mid Portsmouth is creator than th.it uf ?u> uapoi published ??cirouiate??tathe ?wo oitie?. ? tie delivered in the eines of Norfolk und rorlsinouth auJ suburbs for 1" ceuts a week. >'ad siib-riptiona. pounce paid, fftve Dollars per year. Throe Pollare lor rix ?iionihe, Otio Dollar and fifty Cent? lor thro.< month*, ant H'ty Oettts tor 0110 nionth. , Advertisements inserted attherutooi it Cents a Boos** Finn* inskrti ?x; each bub*e queut insertion S7J Cksts, or 5> ti nts w lilts issta TKi> r.VKtti luitttn ?av. t'ontrao tors are not allowed 10 exooed their koa-o or advertise other than thoir ICRltiniSte business, except by royi.t^ especially for the same. ThK Wkkki.y VittniM?;i ?si> Ojuiolinias, e...

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. — 30 July 1895

PORTSMOUTH MEWS Picked up by a Reporter in His Rambles Yesterday. Dangerous Sport. Mr. Gaskins Im? proving. A Hitch ir> Option on Swimming Point Flats. Run? away and Smash-up. A Child Badly Scalded. Tbore wus no Courts in Beasiou yes terduv. Rev. Mr. Allison will return boms tins week. The City Council will not meet nntil to-UlKht week. Head advertisement of Naval Lodge In another coliuu. Thu County Court will adjourn this week until s>>pteniber, Thu Elks carried a large crowd on the excursion lust m,.i.t. It i<j buid tiiat work on the electric toad will begin next wouk. '1 here will be n hit; < x< ursion in here this moruiug from Franklin. Mr. Kicks i'ostor is in the city visit? ing hiB nephew, E. W. Owens. There wili lie an important meeting of the School Board Friday night. Peart hJ vertmement of hoU6u and three lots for ?nlo on Collage place. Workmeu will eoinraeneo next werk paving I'irht street with belgiau blocks. Mr. Morgan, tho wagon evangelist, Tv111 go t...

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. — 30 July 1895

GOOD CROSROflDS LOGIC An Old Letter From Petrolecin Nas by Ru>ii rrected. Cheap Money Wouldn't Buy More Whiskey. How Bascem Would Equalize Matters. The Corners Could Stand D luted Cur? rency but Not Weak Liquor. COMFEOBBATH X ROADS ) (Which is in tho state of Kentucky). ? Jim. 2B, 1878. ) ? I ain't so certain that 1 want tho *il yer hill to pass oa I wui Tho fact if, the thing don't work or. I s'posed it wood, aud I ain't clear on to it. There is Ftittlo principles in these fhiaushel questions w'ich require* a great dcol uv thought, and there is underlyin prin ciplos1 w'ich a man line got tn understand aforo"ho is competent to set hisself up oz authority. One thing I am certain uv?Bascom ain't no flnauaeer, nor never will bo, and I told him so. *'W'at is a iUinuseer?" asked ho. "A finauseor," sed I, nsBoomin tho look of Dnu'l Webster, "is a mau w ich kin pay hin debts vrllh nothin?a man , W'ich kin git snthill wKh umbin." "Tho Corners, then, is full of ftnau- ! aeers," ho reuiark...

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

COMMERCUL REPORT. [ftoner JlnrUcl Lv Bonthcrn AgBOoiatod Prosa. Trxr Yon*. July 2'J ? Money on cnll easy ? t lall per cont. oloBingnt 1 per oeut. Nter lioit exehaiige is linn, with netuitl bust. Hero lit bankero' b?to at 48?ii48?i f?r sixty siiiyB and 4Wl>tWH for demand. Posted rntee. ?>??<.ni'.?."j. Commercial bills, issuis-*!.. Gov? ernment bonds steady. TUKSTI CK JIAIIKKT?(T.OSINM IIIUs. xniorican Collen Oil. 27: American Cot? ton Oil. pref. 74H AioericBn BiiRitr lleflii ?riss, 1161; American Sugar Kotineriea. prer. 108: American Tobacco. 1101; American To tutcco, prof. HI: Alehison. Toneka nn<l Bantu Fe. 15}: Baltimore anil Ohio, Oli: Can ?du Pacific. 62; Chesapeake and Ohio. 231; Chioago and Alton. 151'.: Chicago. Burhni: ion nnilQulncy. Vt\\ Chicago OusTrust.65|; Cieluwaie and Leckuwanua. 101; Distil ?rs and Cattle Feeder*. 2<'i; Erie. 10?: Krie. jeer.. 24: General Flecirlc. 3r,r '"'"oia C'aulral.lOOi bate Erie and \voatorn.2i?:Dnke }:rio and Wraterii. prof.. 81...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 30 July 1895

AGirl Searchingfor Indian Treasure Finds a Husband. Romance of Real Lifo. The Indians j , Adopt a White Girl. While Looking for Treasure, Revealed to Her by Hor Foster Mother, , Finds Her Relatives. fvt the year 1*02 the land that novr comprises Delaware county, O., was the hunting gmniidB of ton Delaware In? dians. The Sachem Nochestrco (Moon That's Full) had two wives. Laughing Brook, who h;ul a daughter named Wild Flower, whose lover was a young chief of tho Wyandot trilx\ The aoc.oud wife wa3 named Old Woman That Scolds. She also had a daughter, Fleet as tho Wind, who was also iu love with tho Wyandot ohicf, who preferred Wild Flower. Tho old sachem po.-xvisod n ureat treasure, tha secret of whioh heooufidod to Laughing Brook. Old Woman That Sooldfeaud her daughter attempted to murder Laughing Brook and Wild Flower lo got the secret. Laughing Brook died, bat before her death tola hor daoghtor that the treat-ure was brtried in a cave on the east hank of tha Soioto river, about on...

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 July 1895

TELEPHONE QUESTION AGAIN Meeting of Committee Held to Hear Applications. A Talking Meeting Held Lact Night By the Special Committee On the Telephone Question. Mr. Brick house in the Chair, The Law? yers Had Full Sweep. The City Councils hare had tinder consideration for some time the propo? rtion of a nutnher of telephone ootu vanies till of thutu promising to pny mouey into the city treasury, give tho ?eity free phones autl to reduce the t?te of the present charges. l*.?Souio weeks ago Messrs. llelviu & Brown, ot New York, asked to be l<iveu the right to construct a subway ? ystiui. I lie other cnudiiiiitca for city tavore protestetl ux>>i t granting the franchise desired by this company, and the war liettan. They claimed that it was an elVort of Messrs. Llelviu * Brown to get exclusive control of tho streets of Norfolk, when all other eleetrieal companies would be forced to uho their wites, ond that Messrs. llelviu .V Browu would soon have a monopoly. The question was...

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 July 1895

What it is Doing for the Young Children. The Ladies Expect to Have a Hand? some Building Completed by Next Season. The Institution Crowd? ed This Year. The Con? cert Monday Night. The Infant Sauitarium at Virginia Bench was organized a few yetiro ago by the good ladies of Norfolk to afford tho children of poor parents of this oity the advantages of fresh uir from the ooeau. The enterprise has beon entirely under tho control of these ladies aud its sncce>o is a oredit to their executive ability. 'Tho good thut this institution has done, the lives it has savod, would bo hard to esti? mate The Sanitarinm has been more crowded this year than over before, aud some liave beou turued uwny. Tho ladies are eudoavoring to have a new building by the opening of tho utxt season, aud have already iu hand the pluu of ii beautiful three story frame structure, with throe gallerieH urouud three sides of tho exterior ol tho build iug. tho plan heing a douation from Air. W. I*. Wentworth. ;ot; Bosto...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 31 July 1895

?ALS. ? Colic, Cramps, Cholera X Morbus and all Summer % f| Complaints, there is no cure |g 2 equal to Pain-Killer. Get a g || bottle to-day. Keep it cou jj staatly on hand, for there is Ij* uo kind of paiu or ache? g internal or external?that will not relieve. Genuine' bottle bears name of PJiRKY S Day is & Son. Look out for | imitations and substitutes, j Double the former quantity f for 25 cents. X? A C I I,. /100? PAYIXU IXVI?T.MKNT Ibi parly with \1 .mull i-npilul. Address W. I*. J., caio oriolk Mrultiiati. Jultl-lw* WfANTKU A 1?i.it... m d il- if woman, to do *i ii.lit 1, ,ew ik tum i lite?ti ? i.niit'-. A f.ot Ii. toiix1' piitr. ,\i 11 jr Mnadsy aiurn 1. bit wee u mi I I. oolui'k lo Iii Hank sliOst. V".\IU) lt? vVa-ite.l n few gem leinen oardeia i> Ht j I em iiila -tree ; ler ? ? rea Olia ill . 11 1 let ? re etlex ba n ?l. Mtin. WOOIMIOtlM-i. >--iw V" t.KN'TS-Une in i'iirli county, 1? laV orders l?jr tuiupe; ...nil. 1 ?11 II-1 ?etil i s .flu; koml ?al-.ly. 1-illU |e...

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. — 31 July 1895

mm w ?TCTAlil.t*nV.l? lSj&. XCBUSHED RYEBX UOttNlSQ BXCEIT MONDAY. MHOIXIaS BUILDING. &I1IN AND COJIMBUCK STltBBIi. M. OLKSNAN. Ow.m.i-._ "^?aKciKOiu.Ano-sok uu: viu.lsian Is 1.AH?L1.Y IS BXOBSS Ot ma. other ts or Dublii?ed In Basteru virKliua. "i- oircnlatim in NortolW ami l ortsmoutU 1-lrcater ibau that uf any paper ptlblWboil Ot viro???UiUn the two ciHea. t ? delivered in the oittoe of Norfolk ana Forteiuoutb ami suburbs tor IU cents a wt'sk. Mali subscriptions, postage ualu. F v, Dollars per jroar; I'broe l>?>iiara 'oi -ix months Ouo Dollar ami Wt'ly Ceuts for three mouths, au I Fifty Oeut? tor ouo 01 A?i\ertitfniini* inserted attlieraloof 7i Csvis a \hi i:I'ii>i isskiitioxj o.i b tubso quont insortiou _ Cunts, or 5' IXnth v in n ixsl ' i " *'1 otmkii l>av. i'ontrao tors are not aho?o I lo oieoi-l their epa 0 or advertise other tbau their loci time to business, except by paying especially foi tbe siime. Till WliKiY VinotStAtl INI) CJAKOMKIAX. > eight pages...

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. — 31 July 1895

PORTSMOUTH NE WS in m im I cut _ i Local Matters of All Kinds Told in Paragraphs. Mention of Matters Personal. Fell in n Fit. Arrested Charged with Stealing S75. Shot in the Arm. A Runaway Horse. Other Interesting News. The nestings Court has adjourned Co thi! term. j here is uu new developments in the {>w mining 1'i.iui Hits vet. i he Bewet men buvo coinploted High *ir el to Court for ibe present. .1 uuuiber ul protracted meetings ?re in prngic-s throughout tho county. There bus beeu quite a number ol do tb? this mouth among iulout" chil? dren. A colored excurion left here yester ?iay over tho Seaboard Air Line for sUiobnioud. Mt. Wm. rl.Teuloy, of Washington, D, U., is stopping nt Mrs. Cross', ou Crawford stroct. Miss Nellie Oorgess, of Washington, D. C, it visiting Mr. D. V. Unskius' ii u.ly, on Court etrect, .-ii white boys was boforo the Mayor yesterday oud received a reprimand for Imthiug within the eity. Mr. tt, S. Urooks left yesterday for Weie Neek, Qloncester county, Vu...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 31 July 1895

BRISK um 111 1 deduction of Duties a Decided Ad? vantage to the Industry. lift Effect Only Felt On the Seaboard. Domestic Mining Interests Not Injured. The Coal Trade Ben tfited by Imports of Iron. Activity Genera'. tmo feature oi mo revival in tne iron trado which is of particular local inter? est is tho marked increase in tho im? ports of iron ore at this port, says tho Philadelphia Heoord. In thesis months ended Juno HO tho arrivals of foreign Iron oro at Philadelphia umoivnted to 104.166 tons, which is 5.111 tone more than the imports during tho eutiro four 1SH-1. The rate at which tho im? ports have been incrmising during tho past few weeks promises that tho for? eign iron ore trade of Philadelphia will regain before long the importance by which it was marked live years ago, when it wag tit its maximum point. Tho figure* of importations of iron oro 1 at tho two principal ports and for tho eutiro oouutry during tho past ten years show plainly tho riso and fall of this important ...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 31 July 1895

COMWERCIftL REPORT. UluiieV .Tl>i.rli?l Bv Southern Associate.! Pres?. V?W Your. July SO-?MottBT on call cart ?t lall percent, oloalugat l l?er oeut- Stor liUK exchange is utrocg. with actual bust nr?* in bankers' bills at 489i*4B9l for sixtv s)uyu and 4'.0a4'.>0,1 for domau 1. Ported rates, 890a<91. Commercial hills, 4B'.i{ui3'Si. Oov inuuent I ou'is btoady. teekti cs marr1t-CI0S1NM bios. American Cotton Oil. 27: American Cot tot: Oil. i raf, 74t: American Bugar Itefln *ro-s. ll?j; Au Srienu Sugar iiefiuorins. pref, 103; Amoricsn Tobacco. Ill)}: American To Imcco, pref. nil; At.'bisoii. Topoka anil Ciiutn Fe. 15|.: Baltimore ami Ohio, Ct|: Can ?h1k Paci8e. 53: Chesapeake and Obio. 22}: Chloago and Alton, 16ili Cbtcai;o. Hurling ton nndQuincy. I'll: ChicagoOasTrust.55!: Delaware and' Lack iwnnu*.. 1011: Distil er? ami cuttio Feeders. 2li|; Erie. 101: Erio. j.eef.. '24: Oeueral Electric. S5|: Illinois (>utrnl,i?O{:I.nke Brie au I \Vosterii.27|:Liake Trie stut Western, pre...

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

liLlfifi?Byflii A Texas Queen Who Controls a Congressional District. Mrs. Richard King Owns Two Thou? sand Square Miles of Territory. Her Magnificent Estate and Army of Employes. Hsr Baronial Chateau. t_rae representative in the next con? gress -will bo nominated aud elected by a Woman. She is the widow of Captain Richard Khig. and she owns a princi? pality in southern Texas. Hor landed estafos consist of about 1,250,000 aoroa i ?that is to say, nearly 2.000 square miles. For hiking care of this vast do? main a sutall army of men is required. Thoir votes arc controlled by the mis? tress, who is to nil intents und purposes a quean. Tho records of the land office at Wash? ington reveal sorue extraordinary facts with volution to that part >>f southern Texas which scorns on the map to in? trude into Mexico, terminating in a point nt the month of the Rio Grande. This region, nearly as big as New Eng? land, eomprisoG four great counties and is owned by four families?the Kings, tho K...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 1 August 1895

VOL. L?yO. 01_? NORFOLK, Va.. TIIUKMUY. AHilST i; 1895 PRICE 2 CENTS m i Ii piiE? He Is the Choice of Senator Gor? man for Governor of Maryland, date Senator Tlios. G. Haves, Ac? cused Gorm.in ot Dooble Dealing and Base Deceit. The County Leaders Say Hurst Cannot Get the Full Vote. llj Southern Associated l're-is. Bat.tisioiik, July 31.?.Mr. John E. Jlurnt, senior member of the well known Hopkiii'* Place, dry goods linn of Unrat, I'nruoll a Co., was tins utter Skoou nominated for Governor by the jjctiiocrutio r-iate Cuuveuiiuu uu the tir-t ball(>t, Senator (inrtuau und I. Ifreemau Basin thereby scored a deci? sive victory over their oppotieute, the Cleveland Democrats, The ticket wus completed by the nomination of Marion DeKalb Smith, of Kent county, to suceoed himself as aomptroller ot tLo treasury, and of Citato Seuutor Charles C. < rothers, of Cecil county, tor attorney general. Tho surprise of the Convention was too bIuiosi total duscrtiou of tho reassess? ment advocate, S...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 1 August 1895

The Coal Can't Be Carried to Meet the Competition. A Dispatch From Washington Says That the Contract Was Lost on Account of Transportation From Virginia Coal Fields to Norfotk, A dispatch of tho Southern Tress Association from Washington says tods were opened Tuesday for coal supplies for naval vessels, and that tho Contract was aaenred by the agout of the Cum? berland coal fields. The dispatch fur? ther soys that the agent for the Vir? ginia coal (l'ocahoutasi was at the department in WoBlnugtou aud assigned as n reason for the un? derbid that the Cumberlaud coal conld bo carried to Baltimore ami towed in bargeB to tbo uuvy yard at Norfolk cheaper thau it could bo de? livered at Norfolk from the Southwest Virgiuia ooal tiold*. This will bu an eye-opener to tho dealers of this city. ' It has been thought all along, and with good reason, that the Norfolk aud Western railroad with its ooutinuous unbroken hue of all rail, down hill, from tho mountains of Southwest Vir gibia, could easi...

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