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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 5 February 1895

THENEWSOrPORISfuOlJIH Items That Have Survived the Close of a Day, THE CITY COUNCILTO-NIGHT Special Mayor's Court. Norfolk Road Board. Report on the Hospital Site. War Remi? niscences.. Board o! Supervisors. Tho work of sewerage will bo Co:uiueucod tins week. Head the advertisement of u lost Watch and return as directed. Mrs. Kate ruinier is quite ill at her residence on Londou street. Tho Mayor heUi a special session of Ids court yesterday afternoon. The City Council will hold their Regular monthly meeting to-nigbt, i'ho liiuiies' Auxiliary of the 5T.nl. C, A. will meet at 1 p. in. this evou tug. The Norfolk County Uoad Hoard was iu session yesterday und trans acted busiueos conuueted with tho ronds, Thero scorns to bo a pro? in? op position to tho sewerage by proper iy owners. 1 hey do not want tho work doue. Mr. Michael J. Flaherty and Miss Mary Cox will be married at St. 1'aul'a Catholic Church tomorrow Afternoon. .Several persons from this city will po along with the Lines to N...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 5 February 1895

Items of a Newsy, Political ami Personal Character. THE NEW SUPREME COURT. Comes Out for the Liquor Bill. Charity Appropriation Asked. Cornerstone Laying. Pub? lic Sciiool Books. In? spection Bill. Bpeolal Disputed to the Virginian. K m., i n. N. C. February-I.? Tbc lira ml L-odge of Masons ealloil by Grain! Master Moyo to moot in special oouiuiuuieation bete next Thiireday morning i"i the purpose oi laying the comer stone ol the aiomiuient ovei ihn grave of L. L. Polk, president ol tno National Alliance. 1'ioaideut Polk was u M U8JU. Tno ofliuial organ of I ho Populists, of wLn it Marino Butler is editor, comes ottl very strnugly for the liquor bill law now before tbo Leg islnture, which leaves it to tbo pen pie uf a loeiintv to Miy by vote whether liquor shall be sold there. To day n committee ol ladies from Ashevillo appeared before the legis lattve Committees on < baritablu In ?titiitions and aaked for a special appropriation ol $2,500 for the homo lor fallen WOIUOU a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 5 February 1895

lOMMEU BlP?RT Money market. By Southern AKcoeiaci PrOBS. tuvi.iiiK, F. !>rmiry I. ?Mouey on rail Onsii r, at lai per cuut. u^t loan at l ?par eent. and closing ottered :tt 1 per eent. sterling oxuhnuge UUSi ttled, with MStual business in baukors bill* tit 4SG; i \ (or sixtv days and 4$8ai83] tor 'do rnand. l-oated rates. ?^Tuts?. Oonimer eiul bills. 4862. tlovcrnuieut bouds closed weak. ruk stook nauRKr?fltosiau ?io<. American rotiou Oil. 20; American {"otton Oil. preferred, CUbo}; American fcu>?ar Kufluertas, '.?::: American PuR^r Henneries, preferred, 92; Aruur Icnu Tobaoou, 054; Atnsrioau Tu tmcco preferred, 107: Ateblsou, l'ope l.ii mil Santa Fa, 4 : Ualtiuiora and Ohio, OS: CaimdH PauiQc, O-'j, i lions |>eaku and tlbio. 1"; i bioago ?a i Altuu. Si: Chicago, ItnrliHgton auJ Qviucy, $2J; Chicago Qaa Trust, 751 Delaware, ?ud l.aekn wanna, 160J: Distillers and Oat tlo Keedor?. 9|; Krie. lOj: Krie, prof., 91; -ouutral KleOtl'iO, 2!)| Illin...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 5 February 1895

Many Matters of Interest to All Virginians. "DO WITHOUT" MOVEMENT. Farmers' A!li.u?c<; Convention. Gold Brick investigation. Rich? mond's Spiritual and Tem? poral Welfare. Base? ball League. ISvaoiui Dispatoh t> tbo Virginian. 1 Hi on mono, Vo.. February**. The National Uouvoutiou ul ttiu Furniers Alliauue will be held iu Italeigb, N. i'., this week. Virgiuiu will be pretty well represented l?ere. Auioug those wbu will attend is Mr, ,)?-, Ilnskiiis llobsou. editor ?? Um Virginia Suu, aud obairinnii of lb? People's party State (Joinuiitteo: l>r. lt. U Wiiiotou, president ol Lbe 6 ate Alliance; < apt. IS. Lt. Ooeke, t ni. Holiert Beverley, Mr. fj, H. Pierson aud other promiueut Al liit'cemeu will probably take tue tnii. The graud jury oi lite Hustings Court tuet to day aud the uiost nu portnn! ease investigated wustlltit ol Frank I,. Suuto alias Parker alias Gartwrigbt, tue mau of gold brick fame, A urunt number ol wituesses were examined, a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 6 February 1895

OPENING 0[ ?III The Queen's Speech Read to the Houses. FEW LORDS WERE PRESENT Foreign Relations Exhaustively Treated. The China and Japan Trouble. Turkish Excesses. Decrease of Offences in Ireland. Ry Southern Asuuchttod Truss. London, February 5. ? Parlia? ment reassembled to day with the ' customary coremouios. The session Opened at 2 o'oloek this uftornoon sjy tho reading by the commission wf the Bpeeoh from tho throne. There was a bur ntteudanco of mem l>ors of the House of (Jommuna, but Jew of the mcmtiers of the Upper ilouse were present, lu tbe speech <rom the throne the Queen said: "My Lords and Gentlemon: My relations with the foreigu powers re ?mini friendly and upon satisfactory tooting. "An ngroeuleBt has been conclud? ed, utter protracted negotiations, 4>etweeti my government and the French Republic for the settlement *)l the frontier between the ?olouy Kif Sierru Leon and tho neighboring kreuch posi ossioui. "1 regret to soy that the wa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 6 February 1895

-1 OK HOUSE-KEEPERS ! Bill-or Fare TO-MORROW, Thursday, 7tli of February. lcorrninnT.1 Life U a b?rde.n Is-ar ill 1.114 i? a -In r, da* l ife U u tuoru-crowu; wear it ^ l^i-rT^t *^ r.ptiii.. lake. ifeuthfni Cum li ohiI Peach Marmalade Graham Crack? er-. Coffee. DINNER. Roa?l Veal with Drossln*. UoileJ Ottloos. ?i'li-iy. Petal. Peach I'luklrs, While anil Urobau Urtao. Orange Charlotte. Cookie*. SUPPER Omelet. Creautoil Potatejis. Ilread and Lutter. Prune*. Cake. Mill. Tea. SOUTHERN CORN BREAD. Two cups corn meal, one beeping table? rp ...iifill butter; one e^K. ""?? ?w ill I mnpoiaitul i'kIh one tablespoon I at cold houiluy ?r rice; ?utlieviii ?? ar nilk to make moderately allfl m.er Slli ujllk Into I ho nieai; add melleil butter, nve ami lieateu egg; die olVe e-<'<m in h..t ?ruter. Hake Immedlatoly in hut own. Father Hopper Discourses on Death in Sin. A VERY EARNEST APPEAL. He Urges His Hearers to Prepare For the Great Event of All Events in Their Lives So That...

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

Why Do They Worry When It Is Needless ? HOW TO AVOID IT. There is a Socret Cause of Nearly All Worrimont Which is to be Found In the Wo? men Themselves. Xf woruci; only hau porfec honlth utuc-tunuiH of nil ihg worrying which ?ho now do would br. avoided. When * woman ib wick she cannot help worry Jug Now the ? aase of ueHrly nil woman a sie..Hon? ariaes liom tbo ?a?ie'source. $len get Kick from ration.* oansof. ?>ut a woman's troubles are peculiar to horsoif. it u unforti nato, but i? in true, ?nd yet nearly nil t us Iroublw nugbr b? Bi>oiJiid. There is a sovorei u retuoJy for women. t>0 ' O'l ask what lr. ih ? Head whit. Home ladios have said: Mra. A. Ln< lam, of < holuea, Ma.-n., anjsi '-Childbirth, combined with (rip, bought mo :o too border of tt.o atravj uu .1 nay liu?bau I and fr euda gave me np to 'Ho. 1 shall always oo thankfult at at tint time I boRau tlio cse ot' a remedy ot which 1 h id heard vutieii. and thai i wh re...

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

?U-T*IU"*ll?l> mbs. i ?III.I8HK? KVKIW MOKNINH K.XOKlT MONDAY. MHOIN1AN BUILDING. MAUS AND OOMMHBOH BTBJCBXH. U, ui.ENNAN. Owkbb. Entered a??ecood-cl???mall nutter. 'illE i UM UI.AT.10N OK TUB V11U11NJ IAN I? I.AllOELV IN EXOE S of any ether paper published in Eastern Vir R>lte elrcaiatlon In Norfolk aud Eorts ir-outb iBKroator than tbut of any paper cnblli'heci or cironlated In the two oitioe. It is delivered in the cities of Norfolk en<l 1'ortBniouth and snbnrbs for lOoouts sweok. MRUpnbBcriptlonB, postage paid, lite Dollar! por year: Three Doll**1 r?r *lx months- One Pollar and Hfty Cents for three moatbB;and Fifty Cents for ono WAavertiiemcul8 inserted at the rato of 76 < FKTH i tigl Al'.F I IH?T iKBtUtTIOMi OftOll ?nbseouent iusersion 87i C'snts, or M CBtKTSWBMI IHSKHTKD F.vsut oTBEU 0*?; l outrRftors sre not allowed lo exceed their space or R.tvertiao otbor than tuoir IfpitlniRte bosinei-B. exoept by paying ?i<( rixllf fer...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 6 February 1895

PO R T SM OUTH. Pil?i_iRlio. Tempting Tid Bits of Local News and Gossip. TORPEDOES~FOR VESUVIUS, The Roofing Arrived. Wright Me? morial Meetings. Superintend? ent Oliver Resigned. The Grand Jury. The "Do Without" Meetings. ft Dr. Shirley Hope is off on a mouth's leave. The Vesuvius went up to the yard yesterday for torpedoes. There will bo o marriage at St. Paul's (Jathobo Chnroh this ufter QUOD. Mr. W. A. Fentresa hau beou con? fined to his homo for over a week from aiokiiesf. The meetings at Wright Momorial Churoh will coutiuuu all this week aud perhaps loader. The "Do Without'' rneuting at Ceutral Ohuruh this wuek proniisoH to be quite interesting. There are but ten prisoners in the city jail and alter this term of Court there will be less. The grand jury will meet to mor row. Tiiero are eomo rive or more eases to eouio before them. ?'IbeMuu of (ialilee" was'pre ecuted last night at the Park Viow Church to a largo uudiouce. A marriage license was issued in the couuty yesterday to...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 6 February 1895

ft HR STORMY SCI Senators Harris and Mitchell In? dulge in Epithets. DISTRICT A.TKOPRIATIONS, Debate In the House on Currency and Banking Bill. Me. Reed's Substitute. Republicans Will Support Any Proper Measure. TJy Southern Associated brass. Wasiiimutox, February .?.?Sir: atk.?Tbc opening of today's session iu the Senate was accompa? nied by a rather stormy scene bo tween two members of that body. An objection which .Mr. Harris, i Dem. i of 1 eunestee, made to a re? quest of Mr. Mitchell's, (Bop.) of Uregou, to bo allowed to address the ?Seuato iu explanation of a re port which Im proposed to make was rosonhd by tho Oregon Senator wLo, after some lntio exohauge of discourtesies, indulged in the cut tili? remark that tho Tennessee Senator was "capable of doing un? usual and indiscreet, and nuguutlo miiiilv things." For this the augry reply was made thai .Mr. Mitchell's coudiiot was ??oouteniptible." I'bero was some more storm iudleetions alter tins point, but a timely use of the gav...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 6 February 1895

nioncv niuriK't? EySoutheru Assooiaod Pro?. \r.w Youk. February 0,? Money on call tias been easv, at )a! per cout. last loan at 5 per cent, iiml closiug on'ored at .1 per ?ent. Sterling exobange is steady, with ?ritual business tu bunkern bills at 4874* ?87| lor.mxty daya and 488}al89 lor de urui'i. Posted ratee. 488a48)}. Commer? cial bills. 480}al87}. liovoruuiuut bouua cloned steady. TUE stock MARKST?OLOSISO bids. ? American Cotton Oil. 19}: American Cotton Oil, prelinod. OU?o; Aruonoau Pugar Uonuei-ies, 92}: American f ii^ar Refineries, preferred, 92; Auior soau Tobacco. It?A: Araericau To? bacco preferred, in7: Atobisou. 1'opc ?.a mid Santa It, 4'.; llaltuuure aud Ohio. 62}; Canada Pacific. 621; Chesa? peake and Ohio, 1"; Chicago au l Altou, J47; Oliicago, Uuriiiigtou aud Qumoy, *2; Chic??!? Ca? 1'ruat. 74*. Delaware, ?ud Caekawauna, 100}: uietillors an l Oat* tie Feeder?, 9}; Krie. 10|: Krio. prcf.. ill; iteneral Kleotric, 29}; Ubuois Central, i - Lake Krie and Western. 18: Cu...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 6 February 1895

Many Matters of Interest to Ail Virginians. INTERESTING DISCUSSIONS Probable Gathering of Confederate and Federal Veterans. The Trial of Parker. Tot):ir.co Crop. Another Electric Light Plant. Mr. Lawless. Special Dispatoli to tue Virginian. Kicum.oso.Vb., February5.- -Two vorv interesiiug decisions were ren? dered iu the United State? Circuit Court of Appeals hero to-day. They grew out of tiu> dostrnotiou of bridges ncrops the Ashley river at Oharlestou during the lerrlbla oy clouic sterni of August, I8H?, Tliero was a provision 10 the polioiosthat the companies would not be liable for damages occasioned by bigb waterp, but would be for any de? struction reuniting from oyclones and tornadoes. In this oaso tho water rose to a gresl height ami the wind swept vessels from their rnoorthf;s down upon the bridges and they were destroyed. The ques? tion u: issuu was whetber thu oy elone or tho high water iid the damage. The lower court decided that the cyclone did it and the opi...

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

Ill RECEIVERS' 11. - I The Norfolk and Western Is Forced to Succumb, A FRIENDLY MEASURE. - i President Kimball and Major Fink j Appointed Receivers by Judge | Gott". Inability to Meet Ap? proaching Payments tbo Cause. Tho people of Norfolk, who are' greutlv interested in the prosperity of* Hie Norfolk and Western rail *ond, wore astonisbed to learn yes ierday afternoon that the road bad gone'into the bauds of receivers. This action was taken at the leanest of the Fidelity Lusuranoe, TriiHt nud Safe Deposit Company, of Philadel? phia, John 11. tJost president,which ?n one way or auotliar are creditors of iilmoet all the roads in the coun? try. The company has a capital of $2,000,0(11 und surplus of 82,000.000. The receivers named uro Moj. F, J. Kimball, president of Hie road, and Maj. Henry Fink, who since J882 lias been oounectod with tbo East Tennessee, Virgiuiu and Geor? gia road. A FltlEKDIiT ARRANGEMENT, A representative of The VmaisrAN called upon Capt. N. M. Osborne at bis off...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 7 February 1895

virpaiiu ? .-OR? HOUSi:-KEEPERS 1 Billj>f Fare TO-MORROW, Friday, 8th of February. Icon HIOUT.I Thank <;<h! f..r ?> i? athy; It bat a woodoiful p..wit .?! turulug ko?* "i ru.-iy look*. BREAKFAST. Oruips Milk to?lt. M. a Cafc v H<.IN. Api>k' Sauce. Ultiger ?uup?. CoSee. DINNER. Veal Broth Boiled Beef ?teak ?w ct l'olatoei Mina Beau* Crack erf. Graham Hread. Celery. Apple PI?. Cheete. SUPPER Urahaw >lasb. Fried Po 1:11... ? Caaued Peaches. Bread aud Butter. Hon?. To?. BUNS. Break ob? egg luto a cop and all with ?weet ratlk; 'nit wtih oue-holl i ol jre at. balf-i i>p t.f ha t r, one cap -ti<m aad enough il"ur tu makeaiton doigb; Savor with nutmeg. Let rl e until very light, tlien mould into bliculi, adding a lew currants. Let rUe and hake; ??lien nearly duue, gla/e with a littk) woiaSM'* and u Ilk, ' Book* nr.- I he wludowi through wtilcb th gout look* out. The Evils ot Drink Powerfully a...

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

Stories That Well-Known Peo? ple Like to Recall. Trie Learned Professor a True Philanthropist"His Humane Methods Praised Everywhere. Charles ?>. Muth, o; No. 99 South Diviaiou stnet. buffalo, uava ??Kortho ihhi twenty years.' hm i b". "1 have H?f? fe ad teriibly from dyspepsia, l o i l?l B .t eat ?o r ely any h ug, und at timc-i ??s unable to oven rutniu water on my ?toiuach. When I at'-, the food a oineU ?o ho in my -tum .e i with a hut, buriiing valuation. There w.i< a pa u on myrignt aide that oauseil mo interne agouy. Us: al v wit: in four to a .v hours artel? s'! iting 1 vomited my fop !. ? hen tho i aiu In my :ido would t o,' uutil huuiter compel e I n o to e.it sguiu. l was trou ?ited with di' inu-. wits \ cry nervous ?a i my whole system ??< < eo inn down % a. wordy cannot describe how! felt. j had to r doctors, bes d s trying every *< b Ii lue le or heard of e.ud Bpendiug Ii udreds of ? ollars without receiv n(; ony ben...

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

ESTSBI tStllP lHt>t> IfJBlJBHKl) BVKIW MOBN1NU exauskx MOND&i. VJIIOINIAN BOILUIS?. BIA11S AND COMUBBOB BTBBBTa. ||, (il.ENSAN. Ottneb. F.nleifJ a> .?ei onJ-c!a-? uinll matter. ?HIE CIRCULATION OK THE VUWINJ I?.N is LABQEL1 IN EXOE -B of any other paper published In Eastern Yir B>H* eirtnlatiou iu Norfolk and l'orts ?routb Is greater tliaa that of any paper roblifho.i or oironlated in tho two oilics. It isiiellvered in the cities of Norfolk ami I ortenionth and Bubnrbs for lUoent* a week. ."UailKUb-criptions, pOBtugopaid. live 1 ollsrs per year: Three Hollars tor six month*: One Dollar and rifty < ents for three months; and Fifty Cents for one BAdvortiroment8iiiBerte i at tho rate of To cents * burs nr. 1 ikbt iMBBkTioM; eaon subsequent iDserBiou 37i Cent?, or M Oentb wbes inpehtf.i> kveht othkb hav. Contractors are not allowed to excoed their Fpsco or aovertUe other than thoir legitimate basinets, 6icept ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 7 February 1895

PORT SMQjJ TH. Newsy Items of More Than Pass ing Interest. CHARGED WITH STEALING. Work on the Union Depot. Special Train. A Runaway. The City's Expenses. Repentant Crim? inals. Good Skating. Prisoner Returned. To day will be municipal pay day. The grand jurv will meet to iluy. Mr. W. S. Nevillo and brido ar? rived borne last mgbt. There was good skatiug ou all tiie |>o:nls aud crooks yesterday. Head the advertisement of board era wanted aud apply as directed. Councilman John E. Owens is still Confined to bin home from a'.ckuess. Iu another column a servaut is advertised for. See advertisement end applv as direoted. YeBterday a number of auiail boys made ?re iu an obi, rickety unused House und went oil' aud loft it. It was thought lust night that Rev, 0. W. Mitchell's littlo girl was much worse. Her parents fear the worse. A warrant was sworn out yester? day for some parties who delivered goods on Sunday ut tho navy-yard. The contractor for tbo Union Depot says that with e...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 7 February 1895

Many Items or a Newsy and Per? sonal Character. EMANCIPATION CONVENTION Centennial Jubilee. Portrait of Justice Rodman. Railway Com? mission. New Election Bill. Cotton States Exposition. Prominent Men. Spocial Dispatch to tlio Virginian. Ram ion, N. C February 6.?At the ball of tbo House of Represent atives this ovoniog there was held au emancipation convention nailed by three Italeigh uegroos lor iho purpose of organizing a Static asso ciation, the object of which "to more generally and appropriately observe the greatest of all days to the negro race iu tho I uitetl States." .lohn ('. Dancy, colored, cx-( ol lector of Unstoraa at Wilmington, lias been elected general manager of the Ceuteuuial jubilee of the A. M. E. Ziou Church at New l'ork uext year, llo a asked to ruis- $100,000 to pay all debts of that church ami will havj his headquarters at New York. Next summer he goes to Eure po in the interest of this fund. At 10 o'clock this morning [hero whp a large assemblage ol prominen...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 7 February 1895

COnCiM. REPORT niouov market. By Southern Associaod Hres*. New Your, February 0.?Money on chII HSV, at lal? percout;la*t loau t 14 per reiit. mid closing offered at 14 per cent, sterling exchange is weak, with u.-tuul businessTu bankera bills at 487n 437.'. for Hixtv days and 438it483| for de Biaud. route. 1 rate*. 4S7'ai8 ?. Couituer eial bills. 4sti?ISUj. tiovernuieut bonds elosed linu. the sroos karkrt-?or/Mtsa aim. American Cotton Oil. 19J: American Cotton Oil, preferred, Gla??: American Sugar Henneries, 031: American Hugar Itefiueries, preferred, !'Jj: Amor icau Tobacco, '.'">>: American To baceo preferred. 107; Atohisou, Tope ka and Santa Fe. 4$: Ualtiiuore and Ohio. 03; Canada Pacific. ??{; che-.i peakeand Ohio. Mi: t lucago mi l Alton, 147; Chicago, Uurliugtou Aud Quiucy, 72; CbicRgo Cas Trust, 75 iColarvnro, aud r,aokawanna, 159J: Distillers and Oat? tie Feeders, '.?}? Krie. 10:: Krie, prof., ?lj; i (ioner.il Electric, 20] IUiiiuIh Central, | Lake Erie...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 7 February 1895

If I STATE CAPITAL Many Matters of Interest to All Virginians. GREATER RICHMOND PLAN. Mr. Borland s Withdrawal. Gold Deposits. Blow Out the Gas. Suffering Among the Poor. Interesting Income Tax D.it.i. The Cold. Bpeolal Dispatch to the Virginian. Riuumond, Va., February ?.? Tue scheine to aunex Manchester to Richmond will siiou take formal ?hupe. Roth cities have, through their Councils, provided for cum mitteci of eobfereuce and these will eiiou get to work. Ah far us is known thoro is no opposition iu fins oity to the movement, but there is sumo iu Manchester, chielly among persons who Tour that if oonsolldotion is id footed thoy may lose ofileea they now hold. Howovor, there aro of fine holders across the river who are willing to niaLo sacrifices if ueoos sary. to carry out what thoy think is plainly for tbu good of the eutirc oommuuity. The withdrawal of Mr. Borland's, notice of contest in tho Second Dis triot will leave contests on in four and probably five districts iu this Ht...

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