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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 1 January 1895

"A King's Chamber Amon reatest Harbors. 99 A Bird's Eye View of the Roads?The Gateway to the Ocean Through Capes Charles and Henry-Mouths of the Chesapeake Bay and James River, and the, Elizabeth River and its Branches. The illustration presented above affords fin excellent bird's eye view of tbo prent harbor of Ilampton Roads and its surroundings. It shown the proximity of the Atlantic Ocoan and the r\ and Henry. Tho posiuou of the Chesapeake Hay, tho Janu-s and Elizabeth and Nausemond Rivers are well defined, as are fbe branches of tha Elizabeth river in themselves. It locates the cities ofNorfolk^SvS^^Sl^^Vl ""^ ?^ta ?^rlM It shows Old Po.nt and .ts famous Fortress Monro,,tbo Rip Raps, the proposed s>te for tbe statutes of Columbus and MaurT. Oeeau View, V i-giuia 11,ach. WilloogbbySpU Heweu's and iS^'SJ^VVV^ th? ?' *erk glance tho possibilities of THE GREATER NORFOLK, its magnificent anvantuges. The flags of all nations enlwin; the p cture, fittingly surmounted bv the Starnam...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 1 January 1895

pip Ii ji mil us HerComrnercial Growth cand Development. TBE TEBH8 OF THREE VHLOBBLE TRUHK LINES Handsome Structures and Public Buildings, 0 LARGE BP IlREBSplUBlBER OF INDUSTRIES. Three Banks and Two Building Associations and the Amount of Capital Invested. THE NAVY-YARD AND BUILDINGS TUe Yssi Number of [??crianies Employed and me Hmounj flrinuaiiy Expended. While Norfolk has been incronsiug 1 rapidly in territory und population nod advancing in business, Ports mouth has followed close in her wake in commercial growth and iu-1 Austria! development. Directly opposite to Norfolk ou tht) driver's west eido it compactly covers in its eorporuto limits about a mile square With the suburbs, in oluding West Norfolk and Fort Norfolk, the population can be sei at 22,000 inhabitants, about 17,??U urban and .',000 suburban. navy yard. It is flanked ou the south' by the United (States Navy Yard, which imparts vitality to business and em? ploys about 1,500 mechanics and la? borers. The annual pay...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 1 January 1895

& TWO FAST TftB jnia and Washington to the West. i MHi M a ALL POINTS WEST. o F. F. V. ITestibuled Limited Between Louisville, Cincinnati, Washington, New York, Newport News via Ferriage to Through Trains Are Vestibulec Lighted and Steam Heated and carry Dining Cars on which meals arc Greater Portion of the road be? tween Newport News and Cincinnati is served in style equal to Dclmonico's. OBSERVATION CARS OF MODERN DESIGN (Between Ilinton and Cincinnati, from which views of the Magnificent Scenery of the New River and Kanawha Falls can be had. A standard of 100 pound rails for mountain sections and 75 pounds for light grade. For full information apply to ? Pass.Agent. C. & O. Ticket Office, I. Granby St., Norfolk, Va? or H, W. FULLER, Gen'l Passenger Agt., Washington, D. C. PflTTt Division Passenger Agent, b I U I B Of Richmond, Va. THE OCEAN TRADE DIRECT LINE FROM NORFOLK 10 LIVERPOOL1 a In- Norfolk and North Aniprlcnn BlcarasUlp Coimianv'a Firm B?iu Arrived??be la Called ...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 1 January 1895

$23,584,941 00 Tti? fl?ove Figures Represent t?e Transactions for Past Five Years. NORFOLK CITY ? ? ?10,830.49-1 pOHTStiovrii . . ? 2Mt34,84S RUltruLK CIUI.XI'Y . lO.IS0.li?!? TBE FIGURES SPEAK FOR THEpftSELVES K is a snowing Hot Equaled oy duo Section in me soutn. Tbe figures presented above very trnly speak for thonisolves. They represent tho trunsaotious in real estate during tho past Jive years. They are compiled from tho records of the rcnltv transactions of the Nor folk Journal of Commerce, and aro absolutely correct. It is a revelation this showing of the real estate busi? ness in this immediate section dur? ing the past live years?twenrv THRBB MILLION, FIVE HUNDRED AND BIOHTX-FOtin THOUSAND, NINE IlL'N 3>RKL> AND FORTY-ONE DOLLARS ($23, DdS,941.00)?an immeuse amouut of money to be put down in roal estate. The figures arc as follows: Norfolk. Ports- Norfolk iuouiIi, County. j}m. J2,W0,695 STIM.ikh?; Svm.mi ; 18*l" .. I,720,c6j T lu 3,121.919 If.;.. 1,920,870 401,112 1,9...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 2 January 1895

V0 3-. XLVIIII?NO. 37: NORFOLK' VA.. WEDNESDAY; JANUARY 2. 1895. P RIO E 2 ? KBIT Hfl! THCUSA?? ULUO Arr.icrvr.n Atrocities in Eastern Tuikeyi WO QUARTER AND NO MERCY Lette-s Received Frcm Reliable C?urcco. f.-ler.. Women thd Chil? dren Butchered Like Sheep. Thirty-Five Villages Burned. Indescribable Outrages. By Southern Associated Pros!. Boston, Jonunry 1.--Letters have tieeu received by well known parties iu this eily In iu reliable sources in Turkey, giving still lurtber testi? mony regarding the outrages in Eastern Turkey. 'Iho following! letters eome from n city not u prent j distuuee from tho scent ul the out? rage. The writer is u mnu in whom the greatest uoutidenca may be placed, who has speut more than a third of a century in that regiou ?ud knows the country und people \ erfeotly. 'I In? testimony is from u source which is entirely independ? ent of any which has been given oefore. Later accounts iucrease, it possible, 'he horrors ol ?!mi ban i.ikeu place. The letter just ...

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. — 2 January 1895

BASEBALL _NEXT SEASON An Interesting Letter from Man? ager Sommers. . WILL HAVE A GOOD TEAM. O'Hagan Will Play First Base Un? less Purchased by Louisvlle, Games to be Played in Nor? folk in April with National League Teams. Tdr. Sommer.?, who is nt! Wheel ing, W. Vs., writes Tin'. Vihoinian that he has been greatly misrepre? sented in the press reports sent out from Washington in regard to his contracts next year with O'Hngou, Iloilge and Collitlower. 11 is letter is as follows: Wkkkmxo. \y. V\., [ Pecomi er iiltst. 1894.? Editor of Tbe Yirgiuiani An article which appeared in a recent edition of the Sporting Lite does me an injustice, and I desire to state tho following tacts concerning tbe mutter, which will be corrobor? ated by the throe players men? tioned, O'llngau, Hodge and Colli? tlower, if there is anyone inter? ested enough to investigate tho matter. At the end of the Benson last fall every player ou my team EXPRESSED A l'F.S! UK to play with mo again next Benson. 3 did uot...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 2 January 1895

Norvoni Debility, ^Jbs/Z \ Nervous ?Exbaust Jtion, Neu /rulgia. Pa? ralysis, Ix> comotop Ataxia, Molnncbolio, nud kindred ail TJiunts, whether rosulrinp from over anx? iety, overwork or study, or from un? natural habits or excesses, are treated ?ls a specialty, with great, success, by the Rtn?* of Specialists attaohod to the lnva fids' Hotel and Surgical Institute as Cutfalo, N. Y. Personal oxamiuatioas ?not always necessary. Muuy cases uro successfully treated at a distance. A omTT'S.T A A new and wonder ?flalllM?. fully successful treat? ment has been diseovorcd for Asthma juid Hay Fever, which can lie sent by ?1 ail or Express. It is not simply a palh ?tivo but a radical aure. ? For pamphlets, question blanks, refer? ences and particulars, In relation to any Of the above mentioned diseases, address, ?with ten cents in stamps, World's Dispen? sary Medical Association, Buffalo, In.Y. WA!vri:i?. 4$4v*rtlirmmu of <1t? elcui, rit e. Hum or -lt> eentt lor one inttrtiont fill c...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 2 January 1895

FST?]-HsnKP W8S. rriiMHIlt-" EVBBY MOBNINQ EXCEPT MONDAI. VlltOiN'IAN B01L.DINQ. fitAl> AND. COMMEBOB STBICET3. M. GIiENNAN. Owhbb. ?tcoad-clast mail mailer. i lU- CIlU'tlLATlON Or THE VIBOINJ ian I? 1 USuEJ.y IN EXCE s of ?i) otl.er piiper published in Eaitern Vir- ; g,U?'ci?nl*tioii in Norfolk and Port* ttoatb to greater iL?? tb?t p! any paper : pnblitbc.l er cironlated in the tw?'???; p It i* delivered iu thecitioaof Norfolk an.i 1'ortsmor.tb nn.l snbiirbn fcr lOoentl ? week. M*il*nbwripMona,pO*Ugop?lt?. iije lollnre ret your. Tlireo l'cliar? ror ?? months. One dollar nu.l Fifty < ant* for three monthcnn.' Fifty Cent? for ono "MKertifonienifintertaJ nt the rule of 7D< fm8 a hwt Aii I ii.i-t lv-n::o.s; oaoh ?nbieanent insereir.u S7? < ?ntb, or au CEST?TwnHMMMSHTFH BVWIK OTBEh DAT. ( ontrnrlotf r.ro not allowed to exceed their pp?re er s verttee other than their legitimate bnninene. except by paying ?ttecipUy f',r " p winie. TprNVvrm v \ii.oiman ?wnCAaousiAX, > e'eht...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 2 January 1895

PORTSMOUTH TERRITORY Carefully Covered in Concise and Pointed Items, DELIGHTFUL TIME SKATING To Do Business in New York. Slim Mayor's Docket. The Hustings Court's January Term. The Emancipation Celebrants. Sewerage Work. All schools will open again io clay. Tbe iiaieigh ball wua kept ?p all ciKht. I Tbe ilusliugs Court will begiu.its January term to-morrow. Tbe hist vestige of tbe Atlantic tue Dauvilio left yefterday. The Bewerage contractors will be? gin work next week it tbe weatbor la favorable. Tbe Y's will meet this afternoon *t 4 o'clock with Miss Kallie Saun tiers. To 1 Couuty street; 1 bo colored military, which is composed ol small boys, took part .in tbe eelebratiou in Norfolk yos terday, The lu.lies of the W. 0. T. U? as fisted by Kev. Mr. Webb, held ser? vices ou board of the Marblehead jestorday. I :The colored people turned out yesterday nuil went over to Norfolk io take part in tho emancipation |>roelaroal ion, Mr. Joseph Weih tier, after being 3n business on corne...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 2 January 1895

THE OLD NORTH STATE. Small Items ol" a Newsy and Per -: sour.' Character. Special ?iepatck to the Virginian. Kw.;!- ;. N. 0., January I.? To? il y i! Jitdgei of the Supremo Court w!i i were elected iu Noveui h r wen >woro in by Judge A.C. Avery, i :he Supreme Court. Not very n >' persons were present, t hi" i'ii iice W. T. Fairoloth was first s ? in, He was au Associate Jtistic lor two years from Novem her 187 Walter Clark wns sworn in ns Afsocinte Justice for tho third time, ifo wb? appointed iu 1SS>, olceted in 1890, und re elected iu 1S94. D, at, Furotaes nest took tho oath. He served ns u Superior Court Judge 1S75, '77. Walter A. Montgomery wns the lust of the Justices to he sworn. After this ceremony had ended Justice Avery swore iti E. W. Timherlake aa Judge of the Third District n::d Justice Montgomery swc.rem W. S. O B. Robinson n3 Judge of the Fourth District. Juden Leander L. Oreeu, of the Eleventh District, called on Oov. Carr and was commissioned. He also took t...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 2 January 1895

The Legislative Assembly of New Mexico Convenes, THREE LEGISLATIVE BODIES Republicans Swear Themselves In and Bolt the Regular Council Organization. Discord in the House Causes a Split. Dy Southern Associated Pres*. ?Santa Fe, N. M., .laumiry 1.? The Legislative Assembly of Now Mexico eonveued yesterday. The licpnblieou uiemherH held u meeting s?nd sworo ouo nuothcr in. Eight democrats and four Republicans vero recognized as members of the Council ami sworn in by Secretary MiPer, but the Republicans claim that seven Republicans oat of twelve vero elected ou the feeo of tho re turns. In tho IIoueo, which consists of twenty-four members, tho Secretary 6woro in twulvo 1 >euioeruls, and de? clined to swear in Chri-ty, member elect from Doua-Aua und Urnut counties, for tho reason that under the territorial law Christy was not eligible, eud that tho Houso should Judge- upon his uierits. After orgauization Christy and fourteen Republicans, till claiming to be elected upon tho face of Ih...

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. — 2 January 1895

THE STATE CAPITAL. Matters of Interest to All Virgin? ians. Richmond,Va., Jauuary 1.?Gov. O'l'errull has not yet appointed a Judge of the> Corporation Court of Norfolk to till tbo vucnucy occasion? ed by ttic refusal of Mr. Thomas H. Willoox to qualify. It is said that there in n very interesting question of law involved iu Uns mutter, but it is not known tbal this has anything to do with the Gover? nor's delev ir. making bis selection; possibly it baa, lu the opinion of a good many lawyer* Mr. Willoox's declination to quulify does not mnke a vacaucy." Thoy coutoud that Mr. Willoox should have quali fied nriti then resigned the office. It is likely that he has been urged to pursue this course so as to re move any doubt that might exist iu the minds of somo as to the riuht of the Governor to ine.ke au appoint? ment. 1 asked Judge Waddill today if ho knew anything about the alleged "fair election" movement. Jle re? plied that be bad heard the matter talked about a pood deal, but wa...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 3 January 1895

" On to Pekin " May Become the Slogan. JAPAN MAY RENEW FIGHTING Japan May Decline a Further Post? ponement of the Negotiations. May Not Wait Mr. Foster's Arrival. Suspicious of Chinese Good Faith. By Southern ABSociatoJ Press. Washington, January '2.? Dnugor threatens the poaeo negotiations be? tween China ami Japan, ami from yireBent indications it is exceedingly probable that the Ductilities may bu cenewed with even greater vigor, stud the cry of "on to Pekin" once Store become the slogan of tho apaneae force?, Deepito a prevailing belief to the contrary, it is uot unlikely that tho Japanese govern incut will deeliue to make further postponement of tho ?actual commencement of the nego siatiotis iu order tu await the arrival of Mr. .lohn \V. Foster, the Chinese -advisory oouusol, and it it improba ?>lo that Krruncemeuts fur the settle' cuent of the dispute will have been sJompleted before Mr. Foster reaches li- destination. Mr. Foster will sail from Van? couver on January Qtu, p...

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. — 3 January 1895

Important' Sanitary Measures Discussed. REMEDIES FOR DIPHTHERIA. Dr. Feilds Will Visit Washington to Investigate Anti Toxine. , Physician to the Colored '. Poor. No Action on Fumigation. The Board of Health helil a moot? ing yesterday with Dr. ] aukfor.l, the preaident, tu tho chair. Tbo Senttirj Inspector's report for two weeks showed eighty-tour nuisances reported, of which sixty have I ecu ubated. Jt wa? reported thai in tho last two weeks there were live new oases of scarlet fever und four ol diph? theria. NO ACTION ON fumigation. No further action was taken on | the Ininigatiou question, the matter being in the bands ol the City At? torney to deoule whether tho Hoard of Health can tlx the charge ol lunii gatiou, The secretary reported that the board had in the tirst six mouths of the present fiscal your spent less than one third of the appropriation lor the year. L)r. Laukford reported that he had received a largo number of ?mall packages of tysaliae, a Bl'lbndid bbmbdv. for mi...

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. — 3 January 1895

R EV. Daniel F. War? ren, D. D., Rector; Holy Trinity Church, Jer? sey City Heights, says: "Dr. Deque's Dyspepsia Tills ?re iinqucfticn&bly good. They are, in my ? pinion, nil tlicy tlatni to be. 1 have Hied Ib ui and found in then wlial I needed. I b>' jaeve they ?III cure Dyapepila, ami that h Suylug luucb lor any medicine. I BIO tilad. hero, to lire n:y testimony." At all druggists', 25 cents. Seu.l lo n? for ? f.ra sample.' UK. .1. A DEANE i O., Kllifiiton, New York. WAKTBUi dt?lfUirmrnu Of (Ail ctcut, ftvi Haw or tot, 25 ??1? for one fnurtUmi bOccnufor thrat. \VASTEJ BY yOUNG LADY, POSITION '? asgoreruis*. Addiesa GOVERNESS car* Virginian, ja; ?HdAw* \DANTED MAN ANI> WIFE in TA EE *t care of itic cleaning and beating ol a rnblh building,$50; rent, Kiel und light.. Par Iculara loa Main street. TTTAKTEI) A FIRST GLASS ACCOUNTANT m and assistant. :t traveling si'i-mon, I atd Warc, drygooda and groceries. Particulars 100 Idaiu street. SITUATIONS WANTED FOB RELIABLE anil k...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 3 January 1895

ysT.Bl.tsnxo 1805. rCULlSHKD EYKItY MORNIKQBXlHfilTX' MONDAi. YlltGlNlAN UUIUDINQ. fci.UN AK11 COMMBHOH STUKETS. M. OU5NNAN. Owwsu. Knierad aa aecoad-claa* wall matter. I UI." ?m 11 ATION UK 'I'MK VIKQINJ I IAN U LAMOBIil IN EXUK.-S of auy otter paper published iu Eastern Vir? ' Hs'etreoUtiOU lu Norfolk ami Porte month ie greater than that of any paper r.oWifue.1 cr ciroulated in tho two Oltiee. It it delivered iu tho cities of Norfolk | rail Portsmouth and auburbB for lUeeiits ? week. >l ail subrcnptions, poatago paid. Five Kollsrs per your. Three Kollere for tlx month? Ono Dollar ami Kifty Centn for three months: an<l Fiftv Cents for one ?A? vertitonirnte iueerted at tho into of 76('f.>th ik ("guana Piaat Irbkbtiom; eaou subsequent interiion 37* Cents, or M OB?TB KBRK IWBkUTRD KVEU? OTHFU DAY. f'ontvartors Hre not allowed to exceed their apace or nitvertlse oibor than their legitimate business, except by paying ?peci?HT for ti e name. THIt\V*K"l T VlBOIMAN AHP CAROMNUlf, ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 3 January 1895

PORTSMOUTH TERRITORY; Brief News of the City and En? virons. THE RAILROAD OFFICIALS Cruiser Raleigh. City Employes Paid. Suffering Poor. School Board Meeting. Sweet Ca? naan Eroke Loose. Fro ? zen Water Pipes. Jsnow is predicted Tor to day, The Raleigh will probably leave here about the 10th iust. Mr. H. IJ. Ellvnor is now doing tmsiness in the Seaboard block. Seven trumps wero Booommodated Xthh lodgings on Tuesday night. The only business in tho Mayor's Court yosterday was two drunks. Tbo Sohool Hoard will liold their regular meeting to morrow night. J ho newly elected otlieers iu the I different lodges uro beiuij installed each night. Mr. W. II. Parker has rotnmed from bis vacation and has resumed bis business. A portion of tho city employes were paid yesterday (or the last half of I leceraber. The railroad officials left yestor day ou a special train. They hud two coaches and a sleeper. The water tapes iu the Second District Schoolhonse burst yes lerday and Hooded somo of the roo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 3 January 1895

Pleasure and Profit For Them in This Column. TO RAISE SUNKEN SCHOONER The '-We Answer No" Club. An :c dent at the Cummer Com? pany's. A Line Broke While Lifting. The Letter List. , An accident happened yesterday | morning, et the G?mmer Co'e new planing mill, that came near being a serious one. While Mr. Blivius (wlu) is superintending tha work) uns raisiug a largo spile, to be used us a sheer tor tho purpose of rnisiug the largo smokestack, u lino broke aud tho sheer cnuio to tho ground with a crash. In tho decent it etruok the corner of tho boilor room, which is brick, end glanced a dis? tance of several feet, missing n man that was standing uuiler it about two feet, Wheu it struck tho ground it broke in several pieces. Several other persons wero fright? ened badly, but uot hurt. Tho damage was slight and as the piece of lumber proved to bo very im? pound, ; probably it wns lucky that the acciileut happened when it did, os it was not strong enough to bit t ? heavy boiler, Mrs. Liz...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 3 January 1895

HMNCE HIB COMMERCE Fluctuations of the Markets Yes? terday. MONEY ON CALL WAS EASY, Chicago Wheat Market Closed Lower. Baltimore Flour Closed Dull. New York Flour Clos? ed Dull, but Steady. ThO Grocery Markets. BT Southern Associate Pr?3j. Nfw IYohk. Jauunry 9.?Money on enli easy, at \\n1 pereeat: la?t Icau at 1} per oeut. and closing offered at l per uent. Sterling exchange closed strong, with actual bumncus in bauker*' b;ili< at ?KTintiTi for sixty days aad 4'-yiut'>8i for demand. Posted ratss. t3S}al39t. ? '??m aicroial bills. 4S0iat37i. Uovernmaut bonds cloned lower. Tna stooh inamtr?o-t.onva hius. ?ineriean Cottou Oil. 2H: Atner ein Cotton Oil, preferred, G7aMl: American Ungar Befiuartea, 87: American $ug*r Refineries, prHforred.T 90; Amer? ican Tobacco, ?8; American To toaeco preferred, 107: Atobtsou, Topeka en.l Santa Fo. 4}: Haiti more <ud Ohio. C>\: Canada 1'acitie. ?6[; Choi pcnUf and Ohio. 17: Chicago hu I Alton, J4f>; Chicago. Uurliugtou and Quiuoy, t'J.; ...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 3 January 1895

THE STATE CAPITAL. Matters of Interest to All Virgin ----- ians. / Special Dispstoh to tho Virginian. l%ioHMo.su.Vs., January 2.?Gov. OTerrall to day appointed Mr. A. R. Hauckel Judge of tho Corpora tiou Court of Norfollt, to till tho vacancy occasioned by tho refnssl of -Mr. Thomas H. Willcox to qualify. It is well known that Mr. ?lohn 1$. Jenkins was Mr. BanokePs Opponent. He was objected to by Bomo Norfolk Deruocrats on tho {?round that lie was thought to bo in sympathy with tho reform element. How far the Governor was infill ?>uee bv this charge is not known, but it eonuot be said that ho acted hastilv in the matter. He gave both sides 'bearings aud IheD took several days in which lo consider tho papers tiled with htm. p The proceedings of the Court of Appeals to day wero something of u surprise. All of the Judges worein attendance, aud after being iu ees 6iou for two or three hour*, elected Judge Keith president of tho courl I and Judge Kiley resident judge. Jt was thought b...

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