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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 1 September 1895

ig \JJX Iii JL ? JUEj X1 ViJivo? ; , ?. -o./?PIERCING A NICKEL,' Jln Interesting nud Instructive Expert xueut With a Needle and o Coin. Wo know that stool is much harder \aii nickel or silver, but a steel needle | llsso very Blender that it seems impossi? ble to f urco it through n coin. The feat, however, is very siinplo and inuy easily io accomplished. The first thing is to insert a uecdlo In u cork so that tho point barely comes through. If tho largor cud of tho ueodlo projects ot the upper end of the cork, buup it off with a puir of Bhoars, so that it muy bo flnsh with tho surfaco of tho cork. Place n nfbkol npon two blocks of Wood, rta shown in tho cut, and put tho cork on it, with the sharp end of tho heedlo down, of course. Givo the cork a quick, sharp blow with u hammer, and tho noodle, being unable to bend owing to the support giveu it by the cork, will ortKih/ go through tho nickel. A silver quarter may bo reatlily used in plaou of tho nickol. ? Philadelphia Times - i A LU...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 1 September 1895

Timely Gossip of Interest to the Fair Sex. A Door Divan Which Fills a Long; Felt Want. New York's Womin's Head? quarters. Mrs. Potter Palmer and Countess Craven, Mus Julia Wilbur. I Although it would wem that the nl itinialo thought in fnruit tiro had found jits expression in form before this, yet iwo, liud progressive manufacturers still (putting out brttnd now ideas. . Here is one of those things that ore pew and yet go simple thai one's tiri-t (thought is: "Sure enough I Why did wo jnover think of thntV" (.'hairs and sofas |we have without cinl in variety and 'beauty. Every alcove und nook in every jpossiblo sort of room has been thought 'of autl provided for ozcept the one place ^tbat exi-ts in almost every house nnd is ]the oho rblaee where people are always ^wanting to sel?that is tlio doorway it JscV. Polding doors between coiitmnni cating rooms uro seldom closed. An or ldimtry chair withiu h few feel of the 'space never looks well. It shows its jbaok to one room or t'.i" oth...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 3 September 1895

The Twenty-fifth Anniversary Fit? tingly Commemorated. Emperor William Personally Dcco ratuil the Standards of the Troops with Oak Leaves. The Parade of Troops and Veterans of Unwonted Splendor. Uv Soutiu-ru Aitfooiitte.i Pres*. Bmu.iN, September 2.?Tbe cele? brating o( the tweuty tilth auuivorsary of the full of Sodau wan entitiuued to ?day. The suu shown brightly uud the weather whs perfect. Immense crowds ?I sigbtseors thronged the ?Irret?. At $ o'clock this morning Emperor Wil? liam reviewed ibe Eirst Ltegimeot liuards bofero Scblo.-s, uud at the oou cluuiou of the review personally deco? rated the standards of the troopH with oak loaves. Half ?u hour later His Majesty titnrtud for the purnde grouud, where ho was to hold a review of the veterans of the Frauoo-l'russiau War, who had coma from the Tinted States to take part iu celebrating the tin ? muu victory. The parade of troops and veterans on thu TeuipleholVor tield wu- attended with UUWOUted splendor. The Amuri ruu Veterans ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 3 September 1895

Ii DAY Mil V Large and ?-'-"Imposing Street Parade. a. Large Crowd attOcean View. Elo? quent AddressesTjy W. H. Mullen, ? of Richmond, and W. H. Fair less, of Partsmouth. The Celebration a Success. Labor Day was enthusiastically cele? brated in Norfolk yesterday by the various trade uaiens. The parade was vary creditable and the programme at Ocean View wos much eDjoytd. Sunday sfterueou at I o'oloetc the trade organizations atteuded tho meet? ing at tho Y. M. C. A. and crowded tho si>boigub hall, which was very prettily decorated lor the occasion. The exer ?isus were opened with prayer by Mayor Pettit. A snug Bervice followed and Mr. V. 0. Houston, secretary of the Central Labor Union, read n pas tage of Scripture. '1 be address was delivered by Dr. M. B. Wharton, of the Freuuiaiou Street Baptist Ohoroh, his subject bo lug "The Bible aud Charector Build *\|he singing of Mr- Johnston Morrip, of Bedford City, aud the cello solo of Prof. Ran?. Mettke, of Knoivilio were very ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 3 September 1895

V* A tVTKI?. 1 Xl'E? I NC ID SAI ISLA Dil - H AN l'l U AI JL M wi.lNi.llii'i'-, church street >c:-i:? COMKTillN SNEW -WANTED-AcliYemau with i? small capl ?' in oonttol n?d maiiu.e hi nua lila, uuu uthvl Vmttlng M nbluo?; bi* m. bci tu riebt ra ly. Aliu.y tu A< 1 ???All' MA CHINK .INDICATE, 35 Fran ion street, N w yotk. ->i-.i? \\.'.\Nii I? ?ii ?nittlllteilt >nd Indi a:-mis young M nauvrltli ib i' .v.. . r MOJ i>< lake Uli in t r?I in a ciud |* in ?u lue**. M'otk In light ? nd i can, Urs i a te r n eal\ ii -ml requirei Adarc a "CsPlTAL, * care Vir liujati. iii-H t> ir KKW a ? I ? !.? et ric.'utiv, .ihr at U can 0_.) Vn,.r Nuil.dk, ? ?100 Hole. 1 iu<L r ? II tccelve i'ii reward u ie;umel lo 'W. U.," care % n ,:lir I . Kol- Ii |M)alTIO.N m EXPERT ACCOI STASI ANli X ?okkcepor; AI mauagcr aud il ?0111111 iiusl tie v iiiiiu ul e.\>n leuue; oe?.l ic crcnce*. Address fi N.r elk. m; 11-1 w' \\'...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 3 September 1895

Es.TAhi7r?5kD 18ti6. TUELT8UED EVElil' MOHNINO EXCEPT YIBGlNlaN BUILDING. MAIN AND COilMEKCB ?rilEBTS. M. QLENNAN. OwSEI ?riltS OIUOULATTONOK THE VlltQINIAN ia LABOELY IN KXOBSS of an., otbir nauer published iu Baslei u Virginia. ii* circulation m Norfolk ami Portsmouth fc>Kreator than that of any papei published or ? iioiuate I In tho two eitles. .t b delivered iu the eitle? of N.>rf.-ll. nu'l Portsmouth and Hiiluirln for Mi ceuts a week. ^ ail sub.n riptione, postage paid. V.v.- Dollars per year; three I'ollars foi ix wombs. One Dollar mid Kilty Cent? for thre ? months, an 1 1 itty Cent- tor one griont->> Au\ortiseniints inserted at the rate 01 . > Ckvis a 8<;vAt aEiit-r js?i:i ion: ea Ii -t\ ?->?? tir.eut inaortiou ?7] Cunts, or :? i'i'.a-m iin\ INsliTKii r.vna i iiti.it l-?v. i outrttc tors are not nHowo.1 to e\ee 1 their apace or nihortlso other than thoir legitimate business, except by payhi : ee|?ooi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 3 September 1895

ft SUMMftRY ?E. CtlY HEWS) Brief News Matters Gathered and j Put in Readable Shape. The City Council To-Night. The Uarc;e Attendance at Port Nor folk A Bicycle Collision Per sonal Notes Gone Bear Hunting Other Items Tho City Circuit Court will begin to day. Tue County Court will convene ou tho iutb. ? Read tho advertisement of C. ?. i hui hi us .v Co, Mr. B. ?. Rodman, of Riohmouu, ib visiting t?is oily. Item! tbe advertisement of Chung Lee about his store. Constructor Stahl will be ordered to to tins yard October 1st. The Board ol Supervisors will moot on tbe 10111 of this lnoutb. The attendance at Tort Norfolk yes? terday wo? uuusually large. Maj. J. P. Crooker nud wire will bo home from Europe iu a few days. The Labor Dav service at tbe Y. M. C, A. Suuday was largely attended. Tho steamer Palmer hurst seven sections of hose at tbo tiro yesterday. Thoro was no Myor's Court yester? day on account of it beiug Labor Day. Mr. John Davenport bus roturned to this city. He is greutly imp...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 3 September 1895

?ier Hardie, ..the English Labor! Leader, Is Somewhat Surprised, .Vlust Not Smoko His Pipe in Delmon ico's. Our Treatment of Colored People Also Surprised Him. He Meets Some Rich and Idle New Yorkers. Mr. KiMr Hurdle, who represents ta?. | Mvorkingiuru of England, is now iu America to see our country and make n ' few speeches. Since his arrival ho has beeu de- | uotmccd by patriotic reporters because he does not thiuk the elevated railroads an ornament to a great city and because he has said that be thought there were somo men iu America who wore not ?very rich. Mr. Hnrdie speko the other night at tb? Social Reform club in Now York. He mado a short speech. Aftor his spcoch was dono I asked him to boo somo of tho other sides of Now York, and bo was good <oongh to go about with mo and seo wliatl wanted to show him. Wo went to Dolmonico's, whore plu? tocrats and workingraen have spent their beautiful gold for many years, and we wont to the Stewart palace, now tho Manhattan c...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 3 September 1895

TTO BLACKBALL A PORT1A.^ iBakland T,i\xrynr* Want No Women In Their Lsn Association. Miss Francos Lane is ft young woman 1 Jf Oakland, Cal., who is causing am- ! ternutiou in tho hearts of tlio members tof tho Alanieda Law association. Miss X"i?nu- is a lawyer und she linn uppliod for admission to tho organization, which |s at present composed of yonng lawyers and students of tho uiusculino gender. They urn naturally overcomu with fo:u at the thought of having among them ?no whoso presenco would ho a restraint Upon freedom of sp9ech und of action. They think sho might interfere with their smoking. Their constitution, howover, being I prepared before tho dny of tho nevr I woman, does not provide against her. As soon us'Miss Lane's application was rcceivod, there was an effort to insert a Juohibitory clauso in tho constitution regarding women, but this failed. A tWO-thirdfi vote was required to chongo tho constitution, and that was iaekiug. Now tho young lawyers aud students Will have...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 3 September 1895

A Study of Their Effect on the Nation's Industries. Nearly Twenty-five Thousand Mill Hands Thrown Out of Work on Wages Reduced in the First Year of the McKinley Law. Results of the New Tariff. Thoro is nothing more instructive, und for tbat runttor it would bo impos? sible, to conceive of anything more use fnl to tho American citizen than :i care? ful study of the effects upon tho indus? tries of tho country of the bow tariff law, us compared with Hie McKinley law. Ifthe Republican newspapers uro to bo believed, the tariff question will bo the issue of thenoxl presidential eon test, and if that be true ovory voter onpht to bo able to pass upon it intelli goutly. A great many men support one party ur tho other beciiuso the success of tho one to which they attach themselves will put some friend in office, and they feel that theyhatren't much personal in? terest in the matter beyond that. But there is less of that kind of voting every year, and the time will soon come, if it is not alr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 4 September 1895

ANNUAL TRADES CONGRESS President Jenkins Makes Some Plain Statements. He Said That the Anti-Labor hnd Anti-Trades' Union Party Had Been Subsidized by the Op? ponents of Organized Labor. Interesting Gathering. Itv Souttiuru AHUoomtod Pros?. Cardiff, Wale?, September 3.?At to day's session of the auiiuul Traden' Viiiuil Congress President Jenkins de? livered Ins luaugurul address. Hu de uouuccd the independent labor orguui p.uiious auiid constant interruptions. He declared tbut the uuti labor aud auti tiades Dillon party bad beeu prt valuly subsidized by tbu oppoueuta of organized labor, aud uballeuged tbeui to produce tbotr accounts, showing where tttey got tbeir fuuds. J. H. WiUou, JJ. P., of tho National Bailors' aud Firemen's Union, uiuvud a vole of thanks to Presideut Jeukius, but delegate, Fete Ctirrie objected to the politicul bogtcB vvbtcb tlie Presi? dent bud lutioiluced. He, therefore, tnoved that it wit- tbu sense of tbu C'ougrc6s tbut Bucb expressions were a departure from...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 4 September 1895

Several Matters of importance Transacted. The Mayor's Letter on the Disorgan? ization of the Police Force Read, Also His Letter Notifying the Fathers that Keeper Mor? ris has Been Removed. A meeting of the Cotnnion Council Was held last night with Fresidout Boper in the ohair aud the lolloping members present: Moore, Philiuott", Walker, Collins. Arps. Small. Lewis, Leigh, Herman, Horum, llyslop. Camp, Briokhouso, Ironmonger, T.C. While. The miuutes of the last meeting of the Common Council were read and approved. The minutes of tho last meeting of Select Council were read and con? curred iu except iu the following: In the matter of udoptiug the resolution tbat no uersou under indictment shall be appointed a police oUlcer, Mr. Briokhouse spoko strongly iu opposi? tion to the resolution, aud Messrs. Herman, Leigh aud Arps spake iu favor of the resolution aud Mr. Col lius aguiust. A vote was taken uud ru ?tilted y to 'J. Nays? Briokhouse, Boruni, Collins, Camp. Philpotte, Walker, White...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 4 September 1895

E*^^I^NX'^7?T/wiX?ll-^ WAXTKI? AT m. WElNHERU'S, Wl church ilrae!. ?a'l-at* "VtfANTED?i x e leuifd livly (ashler for retail Ii clothing-t-irc; inuit hsve l> -i of refer-uro?; Soue otberi need apply. Ii. W.A..cnre Vi-ninljii usi.v?. sel-H BOARD ari> ROOM wantedfor nah und wir.-; IIIU t IV lie? r I" l ? i 11 s . |K>|t Oll llf d'y. Ad draaa, fia lag >aio p r ?eck. viilch uiuil Im rea? sonable, ?'SAXON,'' cu oot Yiigiuiau. sjl-if . U?mT.T7l in'.? NEW ?WANT F. D -Act Iveni? nw ?7i 0 ntuell capital tu control ?nd Maua?,?, l'orltiuu 1 Ulm: und uther v. udm.- Machine, big im nw to light pa-lv. Apply to AUTOMATIC ma? ch INK syndicate, 35 Frankfort street. New York. ?cl-:u* IITANTKD- An i i'llitcut ?uil Induatmus young 11 nil' i with nl, ill (330 iii WlW lo take all ill t>mt in m ??> J pa>Inn I n Iocs- Work i- Iuim nud clean, Cr?' das* re ,r.-u o uiv-n nud rcu,ulreJ Address "CA IMTAL," care Vir lulaii. ?ci-tr S')r. H...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 4 September 1895

KTAni.imiKi) 1S06. PUBLISHED EYEUV. U?IINING BXCEl'T MUNDA\. YIUGIMaN DUll.DINO. WAIN AND COMJ1EUCB 8TUKBT& M. Gl.ENNAN. Uwm.i? TUB OlBOULATlONOK THE VlKGfNIAN 1. LAHUl.l.Y IN EXCESS of itu> Other caper published in Eaa; in Virginia. iw circulation Iii Nortok and Portsmouth Is creator tbau thst ol auy paper published or vireuiated In the two eitlos. it a delivered iu tho cilloi ol Norfolk and Portsmouth and suburb* tor in ceni? ? vesk. ^?'1 Kiibiw riptioni, post ?? i?o i J iv.- Llollur- 1'i'r years i lin e l'oilare l"i ix mouths. One Dollar and fifty l.'outs for tbre.. mouths, an i fifty Dents tov ono *" Ad'ertitenii uts inserted .t tberateol 75 Ckvis a SCI* aKiua-r ixscuiiox: ou u auuao- | quellt insertion Ckxts vhi.n 1n i'untrac tom are not i.Poao I lo exceed tlieir spa o or mlxertise ether than tlioir legiuniPto business, except by pay I an especially mr the same. Tin >Vk?:kia Vihoima:i e.f (!aiioi.inia>, eight p?Roe. i-- delivered, po...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 4 September 1895

PORTSMOUTH NEWS 1 C1IY lEGlSlftT?RE A Well Organized Body of Men Who Mean Business. tseveral Mailers of Importance Claim? ed Tlieir Attention and They Were Handled in a Way That Pleases the People. The A. & D. Question. The City Council held tholr regular rnouthly met ting lust night with the following; members present: .John 11. Huuie, preeiileut; D. W. Balleutine, Joseph F. Weaver, W. V. 11. Williams, t'. IS, Morden, Johu T. King. J. Whit Ashtou, O. W. Walker, Kam T. Montague, D. O. llriusou, U. M. Reynolds, <.'. :s. Sliutor. U. S.sbor wood, W. li. Moore, <J. F. Outen, W. A. Green, (Jeo. M. Turner, J. Davis Heed. The nnuntes of the last mootiug were rend und approved. All prouerly approved bills were allowed. 'the finance Committee, to whom was referred the bond of the street railroad company, recommended its ec eeptanco. Adopted. 1 he same, coiumittce recommendod that 34,000 worth of paving bonds be eold to W. V. H. Williams at 81.021, tic bciugU...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 4 September 1895

Millionaire Henry Griesedieck Placed Under Arrest. Failed to Declare Valuables. The In? spectors Found $2,000 Worth of Goods in His Baggage. Will Have to Pay a Large Fine and May Go to Jail. When the big steamship Colombia of tho Hamburg-Amcrlcau line labored in? to her dock in Hpboken the oilier day, hundred.* of happy face?; peered over her taffrails Into smiling faces on tho pier i>elow. It was a joyoos home coming of tourists. Custom officers in uniform Stood around with declaration papers in their hands. Tho tourists came down th? gangplanks. Qudor the great lottur Q which BWnng above a tangled mass of. luggage on the right of tho pier a nervous crowd scxni gathered, awaiting tlheir turn to have their trunks and grips nnd bandboxes turned topsy turvy by Uiiclo Sam's agents. Among them stood a tall, broad shouldered, splendidly proportioned xuau. A brown Fedora hat was tossed hack on his broad forehead, and be wore a tight fitting gray suit of fashionable cut. "That i...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 4 September 1895

CBPEBCIM. ?ff. mwnav iilarKcit. New York. Kept. 3?Money on call easy it 1 per oeut . closing at I par com. Meri tg cvrliHUge le hteaUT.wim actual business li baits- bills at 4S.'i lor sixty days and 180] rtvO for demand, l eased ratos. 483*110. Commercial bills, ISl.niHjl. Oovoruuicnt >*udt Brm. TUB STOCK MARKET?closixu bio?. American Cotton Oil. 25}: American Col lot: Oil. i rof. 74: American Sugar ltofln iriea, llOJtjAiitcrlcan Sugar lloOneries, pr?f, SHI: American Tobacco, 01}: Amoriean To- ' acoo, pref. HOj Topeks. and Atcliiaou, I .nnta Pa,31}: Baltimore und Ohio, Uli: t au ad* Pacific 57: Chesapeake aud Ohio. .21 j: cbiOHgo anil Alton, 1113: Chicago. Barline* louundQiiiuoy. HlJ; Chicago Oos Trost, OH; Delaware and Laokuwanna. ifi:. Distil ers and ?uttlo Heeders, 21,; Erie. 8}: Erie, nee f.. 21}: (Jenorai Electric. S3: Illinois Central,l051:Lake Erle an I v? < stem,2 i}:Lake Eric ami Western, prof., SO; i.ul.n Shore, 161: Louisville n:ul Nashville, 061: l....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 4 September 1895

I INCIDENT OF THE WAR A Brave Deed Performed on the Field at Antietem. After a Lapse of Thirty-Three Years a Federal Soldier Learns the Name of the Confederate Soldier Who Saved His Life at the Risk of His Own. I An intorestiug war story comes to light from nu incident that ocourred at the battle of Autiotatn, which demon? strates Uiat even the roar of caitnoit, tho ehot and aholl, the crash of musketry and the cold touch of the bnyouot can? not drive from the breast of the soldier the spirit of kindness mid humanity. : This incident tolls of the heroism and kindness of a Confederate picket and tho grateful remembrance of it wounded [Yankee. ' Tho battle of Autiotsm hiul boon fin? ished for about !I0 hours. The soldiers of Leu und Mo.Clollau were resting on their arms, alter A direful conflict in which both sides hod suffered terribly, and on tho battlefield the dead and ?wounded were stretched out by the (thousands. I A young Confederate picket was marching along Iiis beat keeping ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 5 September 1895

FROM THE NATIONAL CftPlTflL Matters of General Interest From Washington Made Public. The Condition of the Gold Reserve. The Debt Statement. The Treas? ury Department and the Chi? nese Question. Amount of Money in Circulation. By Southoru AssociatoJ I'roas. Washinoton, September 4.?The Treasury Department iti advisod of the arrival to-day wt Yiuturiu, Ii, C, of the Steamship Empress of China, having ou board 20 6 Cbiuinen, who, it is alleged, Rru ou their way to the Atlanta Exposi? tion. TlieBO Chiuunieu, it is stated, will cotue via the Caiiudiau Pacific rail way, aud intend to euter the I'uitod btates ot Ogdensburg. N. Y., uud thence proceed to Atlanta, where tboy ullcge they will bo einploved by ex? hibitors of Chinese goods und w?ret*. Under the act of Congress authorizing the Atlanta Exposition, it is provided that the Chinese restriction acts shall Hot he construed to prevent any foreign L'XUibitor tu tue Cotton States Exposi? tion lroiu bringing into the United fetales under c...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 5 September 1895

An Inspection of Atlantic City Ward to Be Made, The Various Matters Looking; to An Improvement of the Health of the City Discussed and Acted Upon. Report of the Reg trarof Vital Statistics. The weekly meetiog of tho Hoard of Health was hold yesterday with tho President, Dr. Laukford, in the chair. Dr, Dapay rcportod that a hou8o to T house inspection of Atlautic City would be mado oy the police. Iu regard to tho order issued at tho last meeting to compel Messrs. John L. Roper and S. Q. Collins to couneoi their property with the city sewers, Dr. Laukford said tueso gentleuieu had been put to large expense in cou atruotiug privoie sewers, mid as there ' was no nuisance he did not see how the board could compel thorn to com? ply with tho orders ot the board. Mr. Johnson whs appointed a com? mittee of one to 8oo the City Attorney and get his opinion. A communication was received from Mr. A. P. Thorn, attorney for the Nor? folk Company, iu whioh bo said that the ponds complained of in Gh...

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