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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 3 August 1895

COIIEflCUL REPORT. niunnv SlnrUot I v Southern Associated Crom. >'f.w Yoiib, August 2.?Money on call easy ?tint* par cent. olo*i"g?< ' i?cr oeut ster? ling exchange n rv itreng.witb actual bust* Bess In bankers' hilts Hi 48!l|nfS?J Tor Bixty stave nuil IWljatflOJ for demand, Po-tod raw. i tSOaiSL Comiiu rcnil hills, 488}u4S9. Oov- ' srniLont boudss stua ly. tur stim'k MAIIKKT?i nsIN.i IlIO". Anioiican Cotton Oil. 201: American Cot? ton Od. i ror. 741: American Sugar Itefiu ir is, I13|; American sugar llefinerict, prat. 101 i: American Tobacco. ill;: American To Itaceo. pref. Ill: Aschiaou. TopeUa nul ?Santa Fo. ir>? Ilaltiraore ami Ohio, 61: Can? ada Pncitio. 62; Chesapeake and Ohio. 211: Chicago and Alton, IMP Chicago Hurling Jon iiudQnincy, !>()J: ChicagoOaaTrust,SHI: I'elaware and' Lackawauiia. 10?: IHattl ?r<p.nd Cattle Fcedera. 211; Farie. 9> Uric, l eof.s 24; Oenoi al Klee trie, Sftf: 11 -a., ? Central.101 i Lake Kricnn I W estern.27 [.-Lake JF'.iie ami 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 August 1895

The President is One of the Most Patient of Anglers. His Assortment of Hats. Long Waits for a Bite. Sometimes He Will Tolerate Strangers and Some? times He Will Not. A Few Anecdotes of His Trips. How does the president fish? Not like other fishermen, iu some particulars at least. In tho tirst place, Mr. Cleveland goes about his preparations in a way that is characteristic of tho man. "Brad, have yon got uny good oel skins and some fresh fiddlers?" is a common salutation that his boat skip? per, Brad Wright, is greeted with, which, interpreted, menns that the day is to he devoted to trailing for blnefish, down in the deep wators of tho bay where the "blues, V weighing all tho way from 8 to 8 and soxnotiiuea 10 or j ' 13 pounds, now do eougrogdto in large nnnobera. "Fiddlers" on thin shore is j tha Tentacular for the tiny single claw- | ed crabs, whioh grow to ho sboot an inch long and make lively fish bait whan used alive. Ho is assured that the baitbox is well stetred with lire crab...

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 August 1895

Chosen by a Democratic County i Convention! in Ohio. There Was a Row Between the Anti-Brice and the Brice Men. The Two Sides Scuffled For Some Time. Men Wild With Rage. Bv SoutUoru AHsnoiutoil Press. Bptunofikld, O., August ?At the JDeinootntio County Convoutiou this alteruoou, two tickets were uumed nn I (wo Nuts of delegates to Iba .State Con? vention delected, There was much dis? order. Ttie row he^au immediately ou tbe ?all of Chairman W. W. Wilmeyor for order. No sooner bad be opened Ibu convention, when Ueorgo Arthur at? tempted to add reel tbu delegates, while \V. C AruintrouK, a strong null iirico man rushed to the front of tbo ? tage, an I aui:d cheers of encourage <neut from his faciiou aud bootn of rage from tbc Brice faction proclaimed tie bad been elected temporary chairman, lion, .lohn L. /.immerman, <i brioe man who bad boon Re 1 CO ted as chairman Uy tbo Democratic Central Committee also came forward with his supporters aud at thin momeut iuter nal Revenue Coll...

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 August 1895

I ML II 1 VERY EASY The "Farmers" Increase Their Percentage at His Expense. It Was a Ciosc Game Up to the Eighth, But the Cockade City Lads Caught On, and Did Great Work. Notes and Other Games. THE VIRGINIA LEAGUE GAMES. Norfolk, 6; Petersburg, 13. Portsmouth, 5; Koauoko, I. Richmond, 8; Lyucbburg, S. Where Ibis t'ltib? I'lsr ni.Jlorrow. nonnnuc In Norroiu. ?iflicllblirc iti I'orlmiioiilli. IC teliiuoiiil in t*otu.kbitrff. muh Olli? of lite (I IIb?. Woii I.o-t Per Ceiit. lliolui mi ?. 60 'A' ?[['?' Lvuohburg'. is 35 Portsmouth.,. <7 IS ?^a Petersburg. '? ?> ?"?"? Norfolk. :i5 f'J .3tll Koanoko. al 44 . Uli PBTBRSBVnci,Va., August 3. ? I'etors bnrg put Korfolka orsok pitcher Mo Partlin out of tlio busiuess in to-day's game. L'p to tbe se von Ik iuniog the game was close and oxcitiug, neither team liaviug the BdTautago no'I tbe score a tie. In this iuniog Petersburg jumped ou to Mcl'artliu, lindlug him for ono homo run, three doubles aud four singles, netting eight ruus. Pack? a...

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 August 1895

KNOWLEDGE Brings comfort ami improvement and tends to personal enjoyment when rightly used. The many, who live bet? ter than others and enjoy life more, with less expenditure, by more promptly adapting the world's best products to the needs of physical being, will attest the value to health of the pure liquid laxative principles embraced iu tho remedy. .Syrup of Figs. Its excellence is due to its presenting Jn the form most acceptable and pleas? ant to the taste, the refreshing and truly beneficial properties <>i n perfect lax? ative: effectually cleansing the system, dispelling colds, henduches and fevers a no permanently curing constipation. It has given satisfaction to millions and met with the approval of tin- medical profession, because it nets on the Kid? neys, Liver and llowels without weak? ening them and it i-s perfectly lice from every objectionable substance. . Syrup of Fis;s is for sale by all drug? gists in 50c and ?;1 bottles, but it is man? ufactured by the Cali...

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 August 1895

r.sTAUI.tMir.l? ISj?. rUBLlsilEi) pYJiUi MOHNINU B&GBPT MONDAY. VTBQINUN UU1LD1KO. MAIN AND COMMBUCB ^TUKItrA M. GI.KXNAN. Uwmii.._ ~~TUl'. UlitOl'l.AllOS OK 1 HI. YJUUINIAN it 1.AKUK1A IN KXOKSS "t ?u> other yAvLT published iu Bastei u Virgin. .. its etrculalion In Nortel* aud t'ortntuoiith is greater lliall th.it ol auy papor published or inornate I iu the two citie?. .t is delivered in Ilia oitios "f Norfolk aud Portsmouth au.i suburb! Mr in ruuii a weak. Mail subM riptlona. Postage natu. Witt Dollar? por >e.ir. three Dollar? roi nil months. One liolinr auil ViitJ C? uti for Ihre:- mouths, aal liny (Juuti luv one month. . AiivarUtemi nt* uisorted at the rate 01 i i Cxvit A s.iwi r. t-'m-i Hl Ion: <*u ti subse? quent lusertion :7 i'i\t-, or Ui:sth mui \ iKamtkii im iiv ?THr.n i?av. tjoutrac tors arouol ?howcl to exceed thsirspa o ?r lulveriife nthor than their logitimrti business, except by paying especially 01 tbi' same. Thi Win.iv VtHrttMA"! lyu Cmoliman, eight paRo...

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 August 1895

PORTSMOUTH MEWS THE "ICK: WIN AGAIN The "Horse Shoe" Has Lost Its Potent Power and McCann Lost. Moynihart) The New Man Did Great Work. Tho Visitors Found Hirn a Puzzle To Solve. It Was a Fairly Interesting Game. There Was No Kicking. Thc-re was a fair Bized crowd of peo? ple ut Lcaguu Park yoi-lcrday alter noon, a oousidorablu number of whurn Were, do doubt, drowu tbere Iroui tlio taut lbut it wus kuown tbat "Bnrsc Shoo" MoOanu was scheduled to Iosh the delusive sphere for tbe visitors. Well, "Skinny," but why call him "Skinny" auy muger, for sicoe be baa become a celebrity iu tbo baseball world, be bun fattened to aucb nu ex? tent tnat ouu who did not knew him would probably take bim !<<r somo well* to do y<>ung sport, bo Blick und rosy tins tie become, Well, at any rate, be pitched lor tbo Kounokes and tbo "Truckers" pitched into bim and con? nected sniely just ten times. Tbo old boy spit in his cup aud sprinkled magic powder on tbe hall, uud resorted to all tbo littlo...

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 August 1895

What the Republicans Have Done in This Line. Opposing Factions in New York Ac? cuse Each Other. Pennsylvania's Costly Experience. Jobs i" Chicago. The Grand Jury Will Investigate. A glance around tho political nonzon will acquaint us with some curious re cults of tlie reform campaigns recently undertaken by the Republicans. The great center of the reform sentiment among the' Republicans lust year was Now York, state and city, but especial? ly tho city. Democrats were iu control of both, but- many Democrats were so incensed at certain abuses that had couio to light tiiat they were willing to ' co-operate with t In Republicans to bring about a change ; hence thu largo majori? ties which the Republicans have since been claiming as evidence of n revulsion of public sentiment against the Demo? cratic party generally. In order to perfect reform in New York it was necessary to enlist tho oo operation Of that distinguished reformer, ThomasC. Platt, who stipulated that ho was to be consulted...

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 August 1895

IN THE APIARY. CTwo Popular Methods Iu the Arraugc iiinit ol' the Surplus Story. Tho half story on th(> top of tho liivo contains about all of tho available re? sults for which bees urn kept. The half ttory to any well regulated hive is mere? ly a second hive, hut only one-half as high as tho full story. Allothoi dimen? sions uro the same, it being intended to Vo Bet on the top of a full story. Tim Jusido furuituro is, however, different from that of the lower story, to suit an entirely differeut purpose, tho produc? tion of comb houey lor tho tablo or market instead of lor the bees. There are perhaps us many different methods in the arrangement of tho sur? plus story as there arc in the brood chamber. The two most in use at pres tuk T BUI'EIt. ent wero recently ill nitrated in Ameri? can Gardening, either of which has its ?advantages and stanch advocates. Tho first pattern shown is the older method, und is known ua the T inj er. It is par? ticularly intended for tieringnp in Sim...

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 August 1895

I The Production and Price of The Fleecy Staple. The Increase in Crops Was Slow at First. Some Interesting Figures in Relation to Prices and Pro? duction. Never Was and Never Will Be KinB. ?h* following interesting facts aro gleaned from the just issuedgovernment report on "production und prioo of eut ] tun for 100 yours. " Tho lirst indicatiqu of tho report is i'. that cotton was not a crop of any im J portiuico 100 years ago. The machinery for handling it hud not thou been invent? ed. It had nut yet l?'?tin to toko tho place of linen. Still less hud it begun to unable those too poor to uso linen to uso another fabric iu its stead. Tho ji wealthy wore "flue linen"?a synonym Iof lnsnry then, as it had boon in Solo mon's time?while tho poor dispensed . with sheets and shirw us indulgences ? beyond their roach. S Hie total crop of cotton in tho United ? States in 1701 wok only .S. SH'.i bales, und in 1705 85,556 bale.-. Lost year'a crop reached tho enormous total of 0,470,486 bales! i...

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. — 6 August 1895

PRINCESS _ .???_ TRAGEDY | George Hale Shot and Killed by Ben Brock, The Men Have a Difficulty at Jones' Store, Near Virginia Beach. Hale I Shot and Left to Die in the Road. Intense Feeling Prevails. Mr. Oeo. Halo, n citizen of Princess Anno county, who retmlcs a short dis? tance from Virginia Bench, hnd an ?lteroatiou at .lories' storo Saturday slight with Mr, iieuj. Brock und two BwedoB uud received iujuriea from thioh ho died at St. ViDOOnt'l Hospital Sunday morning. While thoro id a perfectly clear string fif the circumstances leading up to the killing, exactly what occurred when Iho man received tlio wounds which Send to his death is eomewhat uf a mystery. Thoro is inteuso tooling in the County on ncnouut of the treatment of JMr. Halo aftor ho was shot. An in Quest will bo held this morning, when, |t is thought, ull of the circumstnucca trill bo explaiued. at jones' stork, J one's storo is located at the cross ponds about half a milo from Virgiuin beach Hotel. It is n favorito ...

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. — 6 August 1895

\ Concluded from first page.] Brook and knocked on tbo head by two Swedes after be was ou tbe grouud. The JuBtice found a heavy stool, one edge of whiob was covered with blood. The wounded man told Dr. Miller that he was a Catholic, aud a priest Who was at the cotiogo of Mr. dames Allen, at Virginia Reach Sunday mom ing. wss requested to visit him. which lie did, administering the rites of the Church. FROl'OHT TO NOltKOI.K, Sunday morning Mr. Llalo wna takon to the depot and brought to this etty and carried to St. Viucent'e Hospital, where ho received thu best attention. The physlciaus bcliovu that Ins life could have beeu saved if a doctor bad been summoned as soon as he was shot; that the live hours in which ho waa out in the uight air wns more tlinn any man's constitution count stand, aud be died yesterday morning at ?'? o'olock. It was reported yesterday afternoon that an inquest would bo held at St, Vincout's, but such was not tbo case. The Yiroinian is informed that tho inquoa...

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. — 6 August 1895

POPULAR CIGARETTE S'.V'1' fiX^" 4 yjb# \\ws &- mum .MILD AND PURS ALLEN c-; QINTER Diet. If you have dyspepsia, indigestion, habitual c?t) >n ur sich headache, don't diet S oil need the strength that good (bod <.iv. . Eat whatever you want, but take oic tit Dr. Deane's Dyspepsia Pills after mcatj until urid. If you tret nstlpatcd, get b?tt'i with white label, olhci .vise with yellow. acaUSiejJ at . 1: ?I .- fits taui^lc. UK. J. A. DEANIi CO.. Kingston, New Vork. m \ m : Ii. ?vi ? AN I il> -HlM.il) iHIAItt) in SI I XIs It It'? ll 1 V x a >..u: : ?ii.ii nitblUj lu earn It luih'i.ui . Aildins .l. K. i., caie Vlrtlo a . ? i t> i in* miJ i : nl lilura > .' iiu y'ui; want .:11 i' i j i t. pi i 5Si ? \v< i Jl. a -a s Ma t I'I le ?"d reiila e, lo i'll i in piojre* Ire?oi i-barge ai-t.tl m liilp to'ilo a fkltnti ofi.-ork ami to11 every |<>it.on ai'nol I ? . %<?! maid, ' uiii tini n. . ? i. ii. Ii u-. <r> ik W'air.eil glj I- mi I comm. a a'j. i ineii I ...

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. — 6 August 1895

T?rtAunwpKD 18?8. PUBUSUED BVBBX MOUSING BXCBPX MONDAY. Y1BQ1N1AN UDILDINO. MAIN ANL> C?SiMBlt?B BTUBBT3. M. OliKNNAN. Own! i.. TUB O1U0UL.ATIO.S UV l'UK Ult?lNIAN b LAMUNA IS BXCKSSof any other i?..tr published In Baal >n VirKiin... , 1 V/circnliitiou ... Norf.-K ami Portsmouth is'un-ater iIkui that of any paper published o"r ,I irotnatetl iu tue two unit ?. 11? d.livored in ttu eitles ol Norfolk und P?ruraoulh anil suburbs lor 10 cout* a ?e.k vail Mil.-, riptiona. nottage paid. *\v, Polinr* por year: Three lu.llara toi Ii months. Oiie. Dollar an?! Hity Collis for three ran. ?h>. aud Fifty Cents to: one *AJvertisen?enl? inserted at Uta r..u> of vi Ckm? a s... ai ?Kiasi ism utius: ?a;b anbei ? uuont iussrtion ??"[ Ct -i .ur .. i ii:nt.< WHl-.n IS^'.I tki> kvkuv OTUKIl lav. < olltrac toi-< are not allowed to oxco I llioir spa s or '...hertise other than tl.o.r ICKiunirtu butimss, except by paying ospocially tor toe saute. Thk Wekki.v Vib?iinu:i \:.? ( auomman,...

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. — 6 August 1895

PORTSMOUTH NEWS 1 "Ii CUMBERS" LOST They Feil Down Easy Yesterday Before the "Truckers." McKenna Was Hit Often, While Hall man, Though Wild, Held the Lych burg Sluggers Down to Five Scattering Hits. It Was a Fairly Good Game. The "Hi!! Climbers" met the ?'Truckers" ut League, Purk yesterday ?fteruoou before the usual sized uudi vuoe, aud what tbu home boys did for lUeui will eertaiuly not bo appreciated by tbe oruuks away up id tbe City of Hille, who tinuk tbey huvo "peuuaut" winners. Tbey may Lave until they trinke the boys who wear tiie Kray aud i;rtcu iti tbe ttuallest of tbe "twin cities by the sea,'' Tbou thoy find out that they don't "know it all," aud tiave to submit to a few Iusbous iu the ?rt of pluyiug bull, uud their usual ?wollen opinion of tlieir own powers eiuks into utter iusiguilieauoe when they are takeu into cum-,) bb easily as Iboy wero yesterday afternoon. It is when we least expect it tbat tho unexpected occurs, Lynebbiirg thought tbey bud the home hrU beateu; 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. — 6 August 1895

SURPASSES Hi RECORDS The Importance of'the Great Corn Crop of 1895. It Is Full of Si&nifi ance From a ' Speculative Standpoint. The Es? timated Yield 2,360,010,000 Bushels. The Farmer and Railroad Benefited. From a speculative staudpoint the great corn crop of 1S95 is full of sig? nificance-. It menus, as nothing else does, prosperity for tho railroads, nnd more particularly for those roods which will havo tbe initial haul of it nnd it* prod? ucts. Tho corn crop promises to be tho largest on record. Tbo estimated yiold is 2,800.000,000 bushels. Thiuv bus boon no crop ap? proaching the' present ouo iu extent since 1891, when the production was 2,000, 154,000 bushels. Tho crops in the inter - Tcning years were 1,028,404,000 bush? els in 1892, i,019,490,000 iu 1?93 und 1,213,710,000 in 1894. Calculating that furniere will receive 30 cents a bushel for their corn, or au equivalent sum for the cattle and hogs which tiro fattened on it, tbo value to them of tho crop of lKh? foots up 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. — 6 August 1895

COIIERCIU REPORT. Mtoaev Slaarfcot Hv Southoru Associated Press. Nrw Yobs, August 5.?Money on call easy ?t In! i per coot, olosiugat 1 per ceut Stur Iidk exobuugS it a'ro-g. with actual busi? ness in bankers' lulls at 189}u489} for sixty ?Jmvb and 4VO!a4'.iO!i for demand. Posted rates, ?9Uai91. Commercial bills, tbajai?'J. Uov ernuient bunds tiru. tri stuck market? closixo bids. Auiotioan Cotton Oil. 26; American Cot* ton oil. pref. 74}: American Kugar Kenn? ern b. lit; American Sugar itsfineries, pref, 101; American Tobacco, 111; American To (acco, pref. ill.', Atcliison, Topeka un.l fjautil Fo, 151; Ualtitnoro and Ohio, ?">: Can? ada Pacific. 62J; Chesapeake and Ohio. 21J: Chioago and Alton, |60; OhlongO. liurliu, tou andQuiney, 90}; Chicago Gas Prust.BSl; Oelnwure und Lacknwantia. 161: Oistll ?r? and Cattle Feeders. 2li; Eria. 8J; Erie, seer.. 21; General Electric. 3 Illinois Central, 101 l:Lake Erie and Westeru.26|:Ajake trie ana Western, prof.. 8:1: Lake shore, it1*: ILooisv...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 6 August 1895

Notes and Gossip of Interest to the Fair Sex. Jersey's Woman Lawyer. Miss Mary Philbrook Admitted to the Ba: After a Long Fight. Woman's Pay. The Pioneer Woman In Journalism. After nflfrht lasting IS months Miss j (Hary Philbrook of 154 Magnolia nv- j ?snue, Jersey Ciry, has succeeded iu Rot? ting herself admitted to tho bar of New Jersey. Miss Philbrook i?tho first wom? an to tako the examination in that stau-, and before sho could make, oveu so much progress site had to light tbo supreme court through tho legislature aud prao tically forco tbo justices of that court to grant tho required permission. Tho ex? amination, though rigid, did not bother tho young woman, and sho passed with nigh honors and today is tlso only wom? an lawyer iu the state of Now Jar soy. Mi68 Philbrook is the daughter of a lawyer and has a brother who is n law? yer. Sho has been intexosted in nil things pertaining to the law for years, and with tho idea of studying for amnsc ?ment rather thiui for profit sho...

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. — 7 August 1895

Um VALltY RACE I Both Sides Maintaining a I Stand and Strong Positions The Negroes Unanimously Opp to Surrendering Their Rights the Foreigners. The Opening of the Mines Prevented by Italinns. Bv Sontborn Associated l'rast. 3 PlUNCKTON, III., Aug. U. Kotb I In the race troubles ut Spring V ?ud Seatouville aro mnihtuiuiug a ?taud und mo strengthening tbei ?ilions. Thu negroes gathered at Inuvillo wuuld In.vn umrubelt to S] Valley laut in;;lit to regniu thoir hi and property, savo fur the faot they wem unsuccessful m securiuf requisite aoiuiiul ul Ul IIIS. lveports readied their quarters (uuruing uf the lutuudect suppoi tneiubets ?>i their racu iu Chicago Peoriu, which created tbo gruates tbueiubui. 1 be negroes ate ut suously opposed to surrendering rigbta*tu tin- Italians os thuy si great principle im involved and thi ?tu? urn lumished the in they will i tuerjoe tbo march to Snug Vallo i>neo. The indiscriminate (iriug and ric tu tb? negro village in .Spring V ly the Italian- v....

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. — 7 August 1895

ittlll Uf lillUHIHtK? The Common. Council Transacted Much Business. The Subway Question. After the City Apothecary. Burroughs Gets His Money. Lights on Cycles. Another Voting Place In Brambleton Ward. The regular monthly mooting of tha Cum mo u Gouuoil win. In l.i lust uigiit with President Hoper iu tho ohoir and Treasurer Huutor uctuig as olork. '1 he roll was oolled und tho tollowiuu geu tleiuen answered to their names: Moore, Sheldon, Walker, McManus, Lewis. LeiRh, Peolle. Small, Cump, Jirick faonse, Herman, Whito (T. O. I, The aiiuutos of the last meeting of the Comman Council wuro read und approved. The miauten of the Select Council were read end coticurrod in exoept as to tho following: lu tho matter of pur? chasing a chemical engine, this Conu? oil ooacurrod aud tho l'resnltiut ap pointed t'ae following as u conference cosasaittee, Borum, Moors uud Small, nomination CONFIRMED, In tbe asatter of approving tho ap? pointment et" K. L>. C. Manning, as Deputy iiigh Constable. M...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
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