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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 27 August 1895

COMMERCIAL RIPflBT. Itloner M??rU?t, Kt.wTohk. August 20.? Mo or on r ill onny ?t 1 per cent, closing at 1 per cent Pterl 1uk exebaugo I? \eti>. with actual bu?inosi in hankers' btlli at Is-Hiuis^, Tor ?'\'v iluvs, end lu,?'a4M!H for demand, I'"?'<"1 r.itoi. ?Stl?4'0 Comiuerciftl bills', 18"'ul8S. liov on.ri bocds Brui, Uli: stock MAllKET? closinu iiidh. American <"o'1 < *i'. ': A'ofrlo-ik Oat ton Oil. prof. 731.: American Bngar Ho"n' tili?. io7?; American Super liefinerios, pr<?f 1(13 American Tobacco. 933; American T.i bacoo. prcf. tCI8: Topeks mi l At bison* fnntji Pe. isi: Itnlt-'tuore and Ohio.fit: ?'a ?<ln Pacific. f4]: Chesapeake anil Ohio. 21; Chicago nod Alton, ICO: Chlo.tgo, Hurling ton iiudQuiuey. 91: Chicago On* Trust. 03}: Ocliiwnre mill I.ackawunitn, lG;i.- O-stil ers Hud t'uitlo Feeders. 21: l'rio. 81: Krie. peer.. 22; Oeneral Klectrie. :i"; Illinois? I Central.102: Lake Ericau i \Vnatorn.27):Lako c'rio...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 27 August 1895

Fi AI III WOIAtN Miss Parker Wins the Degree of Bachelo" of Science, The Chaiiuuiquii Women's Clnb. Young But Vigorous, Dressing Table Ca'cit II Rational Dress In Bicycling. Women and The Bible. ^??ips Marian Sara Parkor ot I7otroir is eio first woman to graduate from the opartnient of engineering i>f tho Uni jvcrsity of Michigan. Sho won iho de? gree of bachelor of scitnoo in civil en? gineering. She has taken the fall coarse , provided for those who drsiro to beromo ; fcivil ougincers except tho Hold work in I surveying, and for this she substituted ' drawing. However, she bus taken nil j jthe theoretical work of tho course and lias Ftood all tho time well nt the head (of hrr class. Miss Parkor ontored the university four years ago froui tho De? troit high Echool, from which she grad? uated in 1891. i Her object in pursuing this course, pho (ays, was to become a practical ar? chitect. Upon finishing her course hero she expects to practice her profession somewhere in the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 28 August 1895

KNIGHTSTEMPLARCONGLRVE Boston is Brilliant With Banners! and Uniforms of the Order, _ ! The City is Crowded With Visitors, Brawn There to See the Monster Parade, Which Passes in Re" view Before Distinguished Men. A Hundred Bands. I'v SOUttieru Associated Prem. Boston Mass., August 27. -To-day witnessed h very prominent eveut 111 iiic great Kuighttt Teiuplur couclavo in this city?the monster parado. All ?conditions wore auspicious fur the ?teuiountrutiou. The pun's rays were obscured V>y a tbick hazoaud a refresh? ing westerly broe/.e tempered the suui Viur heat. Tbo early morning scouoa tu thu city HtreotH were inspiring. Tun thousand Kuigbta Templar, rospleud rut in uuifurtu uud regalia, hastening hither uud tbttber tu jutu thutr com oiauderies iu preparation fur the match. Early moruiug trains aud street cum ftuured over ten thousaud visitors frum the surrounding place iutu Bosluu's already overcrowded thoroughfares, ftobtuu bus seldom if ever heeu so elaborately decora...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 28 August 1895

S?PI MORRIS Wtl The Cause of the Trouble Freely Commented On. Mar, Kiser Was Sent Back by Coun? cilman Walker. There Was Much Disorder, Which the Super? intendent Says He Tried to Prevent. Thi Yiroisian secured its informa? tion as to the charge of ituuioraltty ut tbo alnn house from two members of tbe Alms Honso Committee of the Council, and ouu of whom resigned, not wishing to bo otLoiully eunuected with so disagreeable u matter. I hut statement did not give the name of tbo party luvestigated, hut stated that tbo investigation was against persona in authority. It is but proper to buy that tbe charge of immoialily was agaiusl the Superintendent of tin' alun-house, aud that although no report has yet beeu made concerning i tu- investiga? tion, the Alms House Committee, after iuvestigatiou, concluded uuuuimously that they were grouudless. The employee Murray, now before tbe Police Court, was uu old employee aud has been a nurse in the lustitutiou for yoarc. 'I he committee should nia...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 28 August 1895

In Curing Torturing Disfiguring Skin Diseases Works Wonders Bold iaro?tho,.t U.C world. Hrili.h depot i F. TIT.w , Uni. 1 Kin- l.rlw.rd-?l., London. IOTTxa RVu 1 ggkjcaSco^ ?j? f?P'-. ?""??>? B- *? H AiVI'im. ANTED?An experienced busbalman. Ad? dress TAILOR SHOP, Ibl* ot?oi. au-'vti "ITT ANTED- Ayoutbof goodc am icr anil habits, if ?In. i- a eo< 'I collector; wtliei n good lisud Bud can make bltuself generally i.suiul in au of *.c. um' ? Ii i Ii..- ?ouil! kUO* ledge ut a.i ^unls ami i it d. iiiu-i bring tuo'' referenda. Vir. miau. au-T-tf YfTANTE' -An HspcrlclK'Cj C'otblngSsihauiau. M Address CLOTHINU, Ibis othov uu2?-il \WANTED A while linrbvr lu oosu a kbup In *,? We t Norfolk. A good place ami loir Ivil to tin- iWbt ?an. Call or address 11. I". ADAMS, ?Vent Norfolk v.n, an.'.'-!.?? ANTED A I lt-t-riai>~\v~liiti- Durber. Apply lu ii. F. ADAMS, Weit Norfolk, Va. ???-?a-ib,>u.:w' _ VtrANTKH- III LP? Wauted, n Hrst-class oi.?.ra jT vm an ih...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 28 August 1895

rCBUSHED .tVJ-BY JIOUNINU K&UKPT MONDAY. V1B?IN1&N UUll.DINQ. HAIN AND COililEUCB Sl'lUtSTd. U. Ul.LNNAN. Owner. TtlK UIK?UUAT1U a UK IHK VlllCWNIAN U l.AltUr.t.Y IN lACESS of an., other nauet poblitbed. In K?*t ru Virginia. :tt> eitoaUtlou vi Norrolk ami Portsmouth greater thou ibnt of any paper published ?r . iiou.ate l iu the two uitles. .t iB delivered iu the et tie* of Norfolk and r?rtsuioutb and suburb for iu eents ? weak. Nail subarlptious, postage paid, l.v. Dollar? per jear; Three Hollars foi -it monihe. One Dollar an.! Fifty UoliW for thro-- nimtb-. au I li'ty Oeul< tot one inont-. , ... Advel titenunt-i inverted at 111 er. toot .> Ci;.inM \ i l'i.. is MinuNi ea^b subse? quent intsrtiou Cknts, or 5i Ousts WIIKN INSMTKl I'M ..Jill 11 1>.?V. I'ontraC tors are uot sl'owo.1 to exce -i t: oir u^a o or inherilse other lhau their lealIim?to business, except by paying especially lor tb< same. Tu-. Wkkki...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 28 August 1895

PORTSMOUTH NEWS Yesterday's Doings Carefully Gath- i ereil and Accurately Related. A Man Loaded with Rom Falls and ! Hurts Himself. Personal Notes., A New Railroad Switch, and Other Items of an Inter? esting Character. The Petersburg team is stoppiug in Norfolk. Clean oil the crossings, tkoy are ter? ribly muddy. Mr. Charles T, Dunham opoued bis -esloou last night. Capt. E, V. W'bito has roturuod to the c-ity for a few days. Mr. James A. Brown returned last night from Mathuws county. Otlicer Wiuuiu;:der reportod for duly yesterday nftor ten days' leave. A number of our people will go to Math-'ws on the exeursiou to day. There was a lursje oxcursmn in yes? terday via thu Atlantic and Danville railroad. The dancing at Port Norfolk seems to be genius moro popular, Crowds go down every night. On account ot rain yestorday there was no game of ball, bnt there will bu two games this afternoon. Louis ami Sam White wero fined 62.00 each in the Mayor's Court yes lerday for disorderly conduct....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 28 August 1895

$i? mm p? That's the Value of the Unpre? cedented Corn Crop. Suppose it Were all in One Pile. That 2,35O,QO0 Bushels Would Bu.-y the Tallest City Skyscrapers. What a Big Corn Crop Means to the Country, ' Mother Nature has been generous to tho raisers cf Indian coru this year, for tho has van ted to grow and ripen a crop sucb as Was never seen before. Two bHliesn three hundred and fifty millions cf bushels will have boon harvested When the Ltrt ears are shelled. The Itirge."'. previous yield recorded, that of 1891, wa.i ?V 80,184,000?almost 300, 000,00!? bushols le.-s than is expected this yo*r. * In the crop rfu -h vl ouly a little Biete than 1,500,000.000 bushols; in 1898 it fell a little lower even than that, snd iu 1894 it was almost three times s.? siuoli below 3,000,000,000 bushels h* it will this year bo above that 03042] ins quantity. Ka adequate idea of the real mugni tnJr *: this year's crop can be obtained frcej figures! nor is tho mind much bet? ter iilf?JSJ4d through the...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 28 August 1895

COM!?,!. REPORT. HloMav UnrUcl. KkwTork. August 27.?Money on call easy ft 1 per oent. closing ?t 1 Per cent. Start* iuK exobauge Steady, with actual busiueas In battkeis- bills et tt?8tR48Hj for sixty days, ?ud 4SU!at>i,.ij for demand. I'oated rates. 489M80. Commercial bills, -ioiiulBii}. Uov eminent bonds higher. . TUB STOCK MARKET? CLOSINO UlliB. American Cotton Oil. '25$: American Cot? ton Oil. i ref, 76: American sugar Itofln ?n. b, Kill}; An orican Sugar Refineries, pref juij: American Tobacco. Bt)};American Tu \ acc j. pref. 109; Topeka uul Atchison' ?Santa Pe, lit}; Baltimore and Ohio, QS|; Ceu *.!?> Pacific, 054; Chesapeake aud Ohio, 21}; Cbioago und Alton, 100: ChloagO. Barling ton andQuiney. 91}; ChicagoQa?Trust.Gii; ?'? hiware ami Laekawauua, 10*2; Distil ?ri. and Cattle Feeders. 'Jit- Erie. 10J; Krie. iecf.. 2(1 j (Joueral Electric, 38: Illinois C>iitral.iu2i:i.nke Brie and vt e?teru.27|:Lake }:rio ami VVeateru. pref., S0(; Lake Shore, 16...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 28 August 1895

Sir Robert Hart, Who Con rols Her Finances. He is Absolute Ruler ot 24 Ports and About 8,000 OiVicials. How He Came to Get the Position. A Man Absolutely Honest and Fearless. \\Then the first Ohiueso loan for the in?Gmnity of Japan was offered, it was uctiood that tho loan was guaranteed by "Hart, I. Q. O." As the entire amoout was for ?15,000,000, nud $75,000,000 i.- a Tuty big sum fur any inau to lie ablo to guarantee, there has been some curi? osity us to ih" guarantor's pereounlity. "Gart, L G. O.,*' means a Belfast Irishman known nil over the earth as the must influential man in the orient. Ho is in charge ol the Chinese customs, ?with the title of inspector general of customs, which b-< ecouomically cuts down iuto "I. <i. C. " This position hn lias bold ginco 1859, Before thut year tho customs system of China Trag just tine big steal. Ostensibly it was under the supervision of u great noble, who was supposed to tnru into the Chinese j treasury the entire ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 29 August 1895

num. VOL* L?NO. 83 NORFOLK, VA. TilURK?A.Y, AUGUST 29; 1895 PRICE 2 CENTS will i h 6. i i ii m ill Hi! Possibility of the Norfolk and Western Passing Under Its Control. VICE-PRESIDENT KING IS NOW IN ROANOKE The Visit of Baltimore and Ohio Officials Over Southern Lines May Indicate Such a Deal. II TO MI Ii KRHiM! 'FEEDERS 10 IDE SOI The Future of Norfolk Pregnant With Commercial Greatness, and the Deal, if Consummated, Will Place Norlolk in the Front Rank of Railroad and Business Centres in the South. A few niontba since tbu Norfolk I liublic WUH surprised by news tbut tbu ' great Soiuboru railway system would luuke this harbor itH deep water ter? minus. Such proved to bo the ease, and tbe lease has been aigued by which Ibey coutrol certain wharf property iu this city fur that purpose uud wharves soil dorks aiid whnrcbouscs Hre uuder construction at Pinner's l'oiut to accommodate tbeir vast business. Since tbnt time wo lind ibu Boston Jlarge Company has transferred its Iiiimi'Ohs fro...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 29 August 1895

I "CLAMS" CLIMBING UP They are Now Only Four Points Behind the "Farmers.'1 Fast Fielding and Clever Hitting; is What is Bringing About This Much Desired Result. Lynch burfc Advances on Rich? mond. Other Games. fHE VIRGINIA LEAGUE GAMES. First Game Norfolk, '.?; lvoonoko, G. SSecoud Came? Norfolk, 5; Roan oke, 2. First Game?Portsmouth, I; I ctera burg, 7. Second Gamo? Portsmouth,f>. 1 otcrB burg, :t. Lyncbbnrg, 5; Riohmond, '2. IVlier? Ilia ? ml?? run I's-Wai't Korfolh in l?or???o?mtli? I.l'iiciiburi: >?> l*< i. r?l>iirc KdiunRa in Itlclituwila. Mniiuiiiii <>> ""? ? ????>?. w on l.o?t l'#r Cent. Rlclur.oD.l. 's ?' '' LyBchburg. C3 42 <? VorUnioiitb. &t ?s ?**?] Petersburg. *' ,iu ?4:1!' r-orfolk. *7 ?> Ituuuoko. -15 I? ?tlti Well, eight sirnigbts isn't bod, eh'.' Tbet is just what tbo young uieu representing Norfolk have accom? plished iu tbo lust few d...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 29 August 1895

Dr. Deane's\ QICK HEAD ? ACHE is us rspepsiai"^ causcd h?f r r / indigestion. If Pilh you t a k c D r. ] )eane's Dyspep? sia Pills, y o u Cure Sick V won't have sick headache. Headache. I Seftd to us lot i. tire unifle. ' DR. J. A. DEAltE CO., Ito?giat**, 25c./ Kingston, New York. X* ,\ ft'l'Kia. l"i.\l: I <>lc SAI.i:-! i?-l:.i>... in and lixtur.i I . j) . 1 .1 ug Lernte, ioialul mi Wb Mill; 011 ??. bu , New) oil New?, for aale. Add ?*?* Ji < nA. S.OI?. New|a>rt Sew* ail ft'- f >V \NTU'?An i?ii?rleiin-d busbeluiuu Ad '\ dixwi i'AII.UIt It I Hp*. 11I? najo. eiCS-il ~i\* an ll.i' a } ? ?'Hi.: I ? aiaet?raud iiaMta, *T who l< a go.iil tolllct.il w.iie. a good lani J can look. I.lim.'ii yen ia..y utCl'ul in an of ?? <? ..i... ?Ii-! lu kuo?liilgi ..i accounts and a. p. w 111 .ii : |irefeircd n.n-t brlug good retcrviii 1 ? J.. J., tare S01 ink Vn.mt.ir. ?u.'7-tl ?vir?STM Ai ciperleiiied 1 utbiiig -a. ?...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 29 August 1895

EsTADUitneo 18..5. rU?LI?HED EVERY. MURNING BXCKPT MONDAY. VIRGINIAS BUILDING. MAIN AND COMUEKCK STREIST3. M. OLKNNAN. Owner. ii-mi GlUC. LATIOSOP l'lil? VtlSOJNUM U LARGELY IN KX?ESS? l?f ??.' Otbc: 1 fti.tr publish, d in Easi i u > If Kjttin. * Jig circulation in Norfolk mid Portsmouth is pri nter than thai <?( any papst published or virouiated in the two eitle?. .t is delivered iu th* vition Ol N rf .n i Portsmouth aud suburb- tor in oeuts ? week, Veil subreptions, P*MtNR'' ,' i v Pol r- por year; three Donar? 101 > mouths. One Dollar hii.I Fifty Cents lor thro-- -north?. Mil Hit* Conti foi one n,Aa'erti.-emmn insetted nt the rate of 7i Ckmi ? >..t At v in ?, in-i '. subse quollt imertiou 37J Cksvs, or .. ? i nt? V.H1 n ls?. itki> KVKht ITIIKIt HAY. I outrftO tor* >tr not :,lo"oi lo pm-e. .1 t oir ipu. e or advertise other than iboir Iori ininto busiueaa, except by paying especially lor the httiiio. . "Ini Wrr.Ki.t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 29 August 1895

PORTSMOUTH NEWS Play Two Games and Each Club Win One Each. Brandt, Hallnian, Hallowell and James were the Pitchers who Took Part. Both Clubs Play Good Ball, and Everybody was Satis? fied with the Show. Peterel nrg broke her long string of befouls Yesterday by winning the tirsl ?jf the two gamt s scbe lnleJ with Ports? mouth. Autt uotwtthtituudiuR the iu Iuubo heat, there whs a very fair aitdt cnoe to wttucss the game, JMallowell ?ud Smith were the battery for thu visitors, ami llalltnnu aud Vetter for the "Truckers." The tirst two iuuiiiEs resulted iu the lu.uic boys dravviug tnluuks, while the visitors scored twu ruus iu the first on singles by Peuder, r^atlford aud Turner nud Hull's error. ?} he uext three innings added uothiug to their BCOte, ulthough iu the third it looked as if the "t bawptous" would increase their lead by the addition of two tuore ruus, but sharp tieldiug on thu part of Cuptuiu "Bobby" Childs' tueu prevented this catastrophe, aud uuce more those interested bre...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 29 August 1895

MATING OF BUTTERFLIES How Boos and Drapon Flloe Woo and Win Thoir Sweothoarts. f - Sentiment Amane Insect* ? P<?rio?l of Courtship Anionjr Lower Animal* One s.?i Ulnplay of Fine Clothe* iiud Vtufloautc m-udluK?. IcorTRiuuT. l*9M ,A T ? R ALIST6 who have studied the hab it-s of the lower animals have (1 i se o veered In them u psychic rJ development totally unex? pected. A de? gree of losthet lcism is found in many families of the anlraal kingdom; while ethics, con? crete, it is true, vet, nevertheless, pure and well defined, has reached a remark? ably hijrb degree of development. I do not claim for the lower animals a con? science such ?> man possesses, but I do claim that some of them have acquired a psychic element which dimly fore? shadow* a knowledge of the difference notween good and evil in their con? crete meaning. We find the evidence of ?this concrete ethical element in all animals which have memory, and which are at all social in their habits. The srv...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 29 August 1895

nkeicml report. itlSMiatv Jlnrkci. KmrToBR. August 28.?Monsv on c ill at 1 *?r OPiit. Palled rates. 48V*4fO. Com" or ci.,1 bills, 8Mii8-i. Government bomls Brm. TUR 8TOCK IIABKBT?OLOS1SO inns. American Cotton Oll. 25}: American <:<>t ?On Oil. I rof. 74^:'Aii'cricun 8ur<ar ltetln ?m-B. 109; American sin-.-.i itetiuer.es, pr.-: 109 American Tobacco. W6ti American To? bacco, prof. 113: Toueka and Atchison' finita Fo, 20}: Baltimore and Obio, OS!; Can. ?da Pacific. ?6; Cbesapaake and Ohio. 21!: Chicago and Alton. ICO bid: Chicago, lirrl luitton nndQuincv 92}; Chicago Gas Trait.88; Delaware and Lecknwanua, 162; Distil ?.i cuttle Feeder!. '-'1J: Erie, 9): Erie. reef.. 26: Oenoral lilectric. :i7c Illinois Ontral.104: Lake Erieawl \Veateru.26i;Lrake >"tio ami Western, prof.. 80}; Lake Kliore, JB2: ?.nnisville nn.l Nashville. 681: Louis, vi lie. ^'ew Albany and Chicago. 8|; Man guiitouConsolklated.U4}:M?midiie and Oliar (.estou. IS: Mich...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 29 August 1895

Cotton Governed by the Law of Supply and Demand. Free Silveritcs Should S u ly This History of Froduction and the Prices Since 119'. What the Record of Crops Proves. No EtTcct on Prices. -ant> spread, nt rreo coinage sentiment in tho southern states has been almost tntirely duo to the belief that th? low jirice of cotton Was caused by tho adop? tion of tho gold standard. Tlu> main argument of tho advocates of a .">(> cent dollar in tbis section of tho country has been that the alleged demonetization of silver was the cause of tho marked fill in cut ton during tho r:!st '->:! years. A bulletin Jnst issued by the depart? ment of agriculture giving the history of tho production and price of cotton for over 100 years proves couolusively that the n?o of silver as money lias nothing to do with the decline in value of cot? ton. Beginning with 1791, witb acton of 8.S89 bales, v rth on an average 20 cents per pound m the United States, t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 30 August 1895

VOL L~NO. 84 _ 'WM PRICE 2 CKNT8 William Lame Thomas, of Ken? tucky, Chosen Grand Master, He Made a Beautiful Speech in Ac? cepting the Office. Pittsburs;, Pa., Selected as the Next Place ot Meeting, and October, 1898, was the Date Agreed On. 1'y v'ontberu AfBooiatad Preis. Boston*, August 29.?The third ses siou ot the twenty sixth tri onuial Uou clave of Knights Templar opened at 1 ho Musonio i'emple tbie morning. It was voted to suspend the reading ol' tbo records of yesterday's proceedings, aud on suggestion of Very Eruineut Mr )ieury VV. jungg, it wan decided to vote Sur grand aisstur by roll cull, tirst cnll tng tbo giuud encampment nu? t?eu ibe States in alphabetical order. Thu pounting teilen uppoiuted by Grand Muster Sir Hugh MoCurdy were Sir tinigbta Carter, of Coiiuecti cut; Spring, of liliuois, and linsen bantu, ot Arkansas. 11 Thu receiving tellers were Sir Knights Hiugman, of ludiuuu; Wheeler, of Nebrnt-ku, uud lluuiiltou, ol Georgia. Tbo lirnt ballot was as follows: Wb...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 30 August 1895

Proceedingspfjhc Regular Weekly Meeting. Substitute Jones Dismissed From the Force. Officer Frasier Suspend? ed for Loitering on His Beat. Substitute Russell Pro? moted to a Regular. The Board of Police Commissioners met iu regular weekly session at 4 o'clock yesterday afteruoou. Present comraiiiioucrs?Bolton and Verdier, Mr. Verdier was called to tbo choir. The application ot Mr.W. Ii. Creek mur for a position ou tho force was received aud the secretary was in? structed to notify him to appear be? fore tbe board at its ue\t meeting for examination. A letter was received by tuo Hoard from a citizen lodumg a complaint against substitute Officer dos. T. .loues for refusing to arrest a drunken mau on the coruor of Itoauoke square and Main struct ou last Sunday after? uoou, and of uaiug very profuuo and indecent language to bim iu tbe presenc e of two getitlemeu and several ladies aud absolutely refusing to urrest the party drunk. Orlicor .loucs was called before the Board aud the lette...

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