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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 6 March 1895

fott'isini: in ADVEIITIRKnilN IN FOHTBHOVTBT, Ya., MnrOb 1. 181)3. r\MlV. FIHM HEItETOtOItS EXIVfjNQ JL undor (bo ua no of OluMES & Ot'EU MAN ?Ii Contractors ?ml Du 1 'ore, lum keen dn^olved by ti o withdrawal of Jobua hi. cirnncM. The i uaiuess will bo cont utiod by EDWAUD oYEUMaN. wbo will nettl all debts and collect all bill* due the obi fit tit. .lUHl'A M chimes. mrj-lOt KDWAHL) OYEUMAN. IT'OIt yAI.K-HALK OF DOUIU.E UOCSK. - aix rconiH. bath an i pautry, ou Third street. Kor terras, app t tu .'AMISS NOL-aN, all) Third ilreet, 1'ortsniouth, Va ini3-lw \\TANTE;>?BY YOUNtJ MAN, SllUA t V tiou a ; clerk in any kind i f bua ueaa: Cnu civebsat of refotou 0. Address "A caro of \V. C. LO >V1?Y. liatton street. Ports? mouth, Ya. iiirO-lt* IOST? On ili-h .tn i t, between kniughiiiii and Crawford, a jacket, bad I o'.woeu $}2 and *8 in It Howard if left at the E. C. l.rookB 0j, 113 High atrcet. mrti-it Special For To-day. Fcotch Herrings, 20c per box. (iuod Uiuger Snap', lie p. r ...

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 March 1895

Political and Personal News of the Day, THE PUBLIC SCHOOL BOOK BILL The Counties to Choose Thpir Own Books. University Appropria? tion. The Open Matter of Offices. Attempts to Ad? journ the Legislature. Bpeoiftl lMspntch to The Virginian. .Bai,f.hih, N. C. March ?.?livery moment the soeoo shifts on tlio parcel? ing out of ollicee by ttie fntionists, IraBt night it whs about agreed that the Populists were to havo the Canums Houcr of Agriculture, the Kuilwiir Commissioner uud two out of the three Codo Commissioners, the Uepublioaus tnkihg one Codo Commissioner, the Superintendent of the Penitentiary, the Judge of the Eastern Criminal Circuit (they already havo the judge of the Western Criminal Circuitiuud the president of tlio Atlantic uud North Carolina railway, the directors of tlio latter rond to be equally divided be? tween Populists and ttopubllcsns. To day there was some haggle over tlio Codo Commission matter, t'iu Itopubli cans saying they really ought in have two of the Commi...

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 March 1895

THE FARM HOTBED. flow to Makn It unit How to Manage It. Kcrp tin- Ded Full. Tho ordinary hotbod sash, is G by 8 foot, a convenient sizu, though any old sah will answer tho purpose. Construct the fruino Us wide us tho bash is long and ns long as it is desired to niako tho lied. Havo 12 inches high nt tho front and 18 aj; tho back. Mako n bed nt lonst 1 'ij feet thick and extending a couple of feot beyond tho frame all nronnd of horso tnaunro which has began to heat ?violently. Tread this bod down firmly, for manure thrown loosely together will heat rapidly for a short time and thou bocomo cold, but when it in luado com? paratively lirui it will give forth a gen tlo heat for six or eight weeks. When tho bed hns been prepared, place tho frame upon it and bank it up well to the top with manure. It in now ready for tho soil. Vso liijut gurdun loam which has boon propared tho fall boforo. .Place ilvo or six inches of earth on tho manure, leveling and lining with mi iron toothed rake. Then...

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 March 1895

Many Matters of Interest to All ( Good Citizens. UNSATISFACTORY '' FINANCES. The Auditor's Report Not Encourag? ing. Arrangements for St. Pat? rick's Day. Important Heli gious Gathering. A Mar? riage Announced. Sped*! Diapatoh to tua Virginian. IUchmond, Vu., March .*>.?Tbo con ditiou of tho finances of Iba Common? wealth of Virginia, judging t>y the- re port of tbo Auditor of L'ubiia Accounts, le anything but encouraging, it is not 1 generally believed that the assessment i on real" estate, tins year will show a large increase ovor tho assessment made , in 1S90. In faot, it is (eured by wnm . that tbero may ben doorcase. In a great many oounties laud will be placed ul | xnuoh lower figures tbau livo years uro. ' Therefore, it is ulniost apparent tlint the Legislature next winter will bevo . to take steps looking to an increase of taxation or a reduction of oxpouses, or both. Arrangements hnve been nbout com? pleted fur the coiebrution of St. Pat r icU'h Day._ The religions fe...

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 March 1895

VOL. XLV.11II?N?. 90. NORFOLK, VA., THURSDAY, MARCH 7, 1895. Vinci] L> CKNTS illlllil? The Slayer of Col, Parsons Again In Court. A SCENE OF RARE INTEREST A Day of Nolabln Incidents. The Pris? oner and His Wife Hear the Indict? ments With Fortitude. Testi? mony of the Cerk at Gla dy's Inn and Waiter. r.v Southern Asfociato>i Press. Richmond, V?., March il.?A Char: lottesville special to thu Dispatch Bays The trial of (Jupt. Thomas A. Uood tuau, tho Chesapeake und Ohio conduc? tor, for thu murder of Col. Huury ('. r.utDLs, a close friend of the late Jo?, ti. Blame, ami proprietor of the ISatural Bridge Hotel, was gotton well tinder way in the County Ooutt to-day. Tho occtirrouce was onu of the luust ecusutiouul tragedies that has occur rod in Virginia. Tue jury is composed of liighly respectable farmers und meu of good judgment, Thu Commonwealth lias nearly lifteen wituesses uud thu de? fense fully as many. When the clerk told tho prisoner to ctnud up thero was u death like sti...

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 March 1895

He Visits the Dticking Grounds of. North Carolina! PREPARED FOR ENJOYMENT.! The President Not Slow to Leave Washington. Will Fish and Shoot in Carolina. Passed Norfolk Yesterday Morning on the Violet. President Cleveland lost little time alter the adjournment of Congress in ?eekiug seolusiou und rest from the official cares with whioh ho haB been surrounded in tho past woek, and enrly yesterday morning passed through this harbor ..n his way to the North Caro? lina sounds, where ho will remain u week or ten days shooting and fishing, in ccmpauy with Capt. Wildes, ol the Lighthouse i'.oard, and Commander Lotnbertou,inspector for tho ularyluud Fifth Lighthouse District, aud Dr. O'fteilly, his army physioian. The \S Into House at tho same time hsB beeu placed out of commission nud with the departure of tho party tho Hug \ras drawn down, and will remain un hoisted until the President again takes up his residence there, Freparatious have beeti in progress for tho trip at least two woeks, ...

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. — 7 March 1895

THE POPUL?R MILD AND PURE/ ALLEN & (UNTER / .111 I 'l l rw..n. An 11 IV ^1 11 n 1 lnn- ml miii:i:< OK ,U.U. >> . KI.I/.AItr.TII I.ODliK. No. 2).A, O. II. W.?You bio c 11tic 11 .* i i|iiv4t<i] lo meet el Nallenlloe's Hull rillS (Thursday) KYKNINil ut .1 " ?'.k iliaip. I in ,?< >i I.Ii * thai every rncmbai tu. iilil l c presoni. Secret woik of 'he ordi r io l>o | 11 Kin at led. mill Inilallop. It -. rder oi VY. M. (IKORRK It. Mi ( I II11IKN. VY. II. Ilitowx, Itrcordu . nir'-lt WAMHII. "lUAXTKI)?GoloaOOl tiarch street, Norfolk. Vs. it Ifyon want workof evorv kbu. Orders coin, in.- in da ly rei nil klndi id refiaMe. Itnlnla?? bei p. \Vo ar- fn.' lontsbtell koiucii. glrla and nu n fnliit.' e r i ol.ireil) in i oiling work in Called St <ii ? fniiii-ii ficu htlp to a 1 employers. Con.i send your order al nur, inrtMw* AN'IK'i [allore-FS "ill i'll.loin I'allt-: hc.l mage. In > It i n Id to a geod band; uono otbeti 1 apply. ISiiMjiaalrrct.lt.iZu. hirt-St* "\\an ...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 7 March 1895

established 18i6. PTJULISHED EVERY. MOHN1SQ ExCEI'T MONDAY. YlUOtNlAN BUILDING. M.UN AND COMUEIU E ST11EET3. M- OI.ESNAN. Oanep. liit. -oi as Beooml-i lais matter. ~THK eW?t'L.vHo.N ?F THE YIIKUNIAN I, LA KU KL. Y IS EXCESS of any other taper publish d in Eastt-ru Virgluiu. * lc cireul&ti u .11 Norfolk Mid 1'artimoa tli ? U Rriater man that i f auy papor published or uiiouiate iu tbe two Citi*i. it it dolivered iu the cities of NjrMk and Portsmouth au.l s.iburbi for 10 ooiits a 'week. sub< riptious, postage paid. F vf Polluri per year; 'J bieo Dollars for ?ix mouths, One Dollar and Fifty Cunts for tlires mauths; aad Fifty ?.-uts for ouo wont . Advertisements nuerted at the rnto of ~~> Cr is a S i a. kFirm ix-.imi.iN; each subse? quent insertion 87J Cknt.h, or 50 Cists when is*-... rr.u every other i?av. Oontrac tors ere uot ullowo I to exceed tleir spa o or ad ertl.e otber tbau tloir legi imato business, except by paying eepecinlly tor tbe same. Tre Weekly Yiriiimax ash Ca...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 7 March 1895

pours .nor. i-Ii adveiitbnumknts PoAtbhouth, Va., Maroh <. 1895. niHE FIKSI BBItBTOcOlt'J KMiTlNa X ander tha u? no of QttlMES A OVER* MAN ?a Uonlraotora and l$u I oio, bai bean Uukolvod by tt.o withdrawal of Jo tua M. Orunos. 'Jbo business will bo eont nued bv BDWAKD OVEKUAN. who will se'tl ail Co tn and collect nil bills due tlio old Hi in. , .lO-UIA M UBIMBS, _ Barl-lUt KDWAUl) OVK1UUN. Oll SALI'. ?HALF OF HOtJIII.K HOl'SK, X- bix rcouit, bath an 1 pautrv, on 1 bird rtrcet. l or terms, app yio.lAMKS NOFjAN, ? ID J bird sin et. l'orii-nioutb. Vu mi3-lw Special For To-day. Scotch lion iiiuh. 'JOc per box. Quod Oiugor Simp*, 6c per pound. Hood Oynter Cra -.vets, u ? uer j ound. One pound of Hood Tta aud two pounds Of Mr uul.iod Sugar for 8Je. U. W. HUD01N9 A CO., ?02 Crawford street. STOVE_CO?L I Or.lors for STOVE COAL for Immediate de? livery at to.60 i or ton anywhere iu tbo oity. Leave < rdors with THE 1- C. UKOOKS t o , Mar. b Int. IVJ High ttreot. DWELLING FOR SALE- " Nie...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 7 March 1895

IIS Mit H CAROLlNfll , Political and Personal News of the ' KoRE COTTON IMPROVEMENTS ? The, Kinston Fire Incendiary. The I School Bock Matter. No Cut Sir jn Prices. Funeral of a For k nter Virginian. Geologi? cal Survey. ??*.'-' Special Dispatch to tbo Virginian. r? j3jxkioii, N. C, March 0. ? It is i learned iroui persons Iroin Kinstou Ihat both tlio lirea tbero, of last Th?rs ? day and last night, wore of iucendiary origin. One hundred new looms and 3,000 Additional spiudlosnro bciug put iu the Cualeigh cottou mills horc. Work be? gins next week on a 10,000 spindlo mill Kt Coucord. Mr. ,1. W. Thaxton, a book agent here, who has rcpreseuted one ot tho great school hook publishing bouses, tells mo thut there will he no cut iu prices by reasou of tho fact that tho books aro to bo cboeeu by tho oouuty boards of education instead of by tho State Board. Tho act tnkea oftect iu July, lisi'G, aud extends for thrco years, It is said by Mr. Tbaxtou. that t nun .v Co., tho Boston lirui which...

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. — 7 March 1895

Composts auil Fertilizers. In preparing for composts into which yard inuiuiru enters ono of tho first points to dooido is what phosphates to buy. Tho Southern Farm gives tho in? formation that tho largest portion of aeifl phosphate now for snlo, whethor made north or south, consists of Charles? ton phosphate rook treated with sul? phuric acid. To Rome it little potash is added. Tho best guido for tho im mer is to buy by analysis. That which contains the largest percentage of available phos? phoric acid is tho best. Tho freight is the samo on it high grade article as on i a low grado urticlo. Therefore, us n rule, the high grado is tho cheaper of tho two. Farmers ought to combino and boy earlots directly front manufactur? ers. They cau thus buy cheaper. Tho kainit on tho markets is all about one grado, containing about 12 per cent of actual potash. In addition it contains common Bait and units of magnesia, and theso add somothing to its value, accord? ing to the authority quotod. For...

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. — 7 March 1895

Ml Gil (If ?11' Marw Matters of Interest to All y Good Citizens, AN ADDRESS ON SCHOOL BOOKS Tlic Financial SlaUis Reviewed by Mr. Hobson. The Fair Elections Move? ment Assuming Definite Shape. A Convention Held. The 5 Washington Conference. Special Dir patch to The Virginian. Kiohmoso, Ve., March l>. ?Mr. .1. Hivekius Hobson, chairman of the Pop? ulist State committee, iu speaking to? day of tho exhibit of the Mate'h tiuati cial condition, mado in tbo report ot I tue Auditor of Public Aoeounts. said irom what bo could lcnru ttie assess raetit of real estate now being ninde I "will show n large decrense as compared ' \5ith thut of rive years ago. Mr. Hob Isou believes that thero will hnvu to be a largo cut in salaries mid other Stuto , expenses by tbo Legislature no\t win? ter and probably an incronso in taxes. : Ho predicts that if tbo tuxes have to bo increased under n Democratic ad minis, tratiou tho party will suffer greatly for it. Mr, Hobson stnted also tbat couuty v finance...

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. — 8 March 1895

VOL. MA INI?:NO. 91. NORFOLK, VA.. Fill DAY, MARCH 8, 1895. I'KICE 2 CENTS The Re-Trial of Conductor Good? man for Shooting Col. Parsons. GOODMAN'S FATHER IN COURT. Testimony of Mayor Davis, of Clifton Forge. The Porter Again Called. No Weapons, Not Even a Knife, Found on t!ie Dead Man. Bf Sontboru Associata.l Preis. RlcriMOND, Va.. March 7.?A Char lottesvillo npociid to tbe Dispatch says: Tiio Oootlmnti trial uns resumed mis morning. The falber of the lato Col. 2'ursoun appoaroti in court for tbo lirst tirue. lie looks io be about 8U yeura yenrH of n;<e. Hon. tiroeuloo 1). Letober <;as ao uctivo ooDoeotion with tbe pros eontioD, Ho will tuko part iu tbo ar? gument. ?it Brown, thn colored porter, was reo died by dipt. Wood*. He Bind that be looked into Uol. Burton's hip I'oeUet after moving tbe body, tint Sound no pistol, or when he helped to nudreaa the bo.lv. Mayor W. 11. Davis, of Clifton Forge, testified Hint ('apt. (iouuumu ?'Hille to him oti tho morniug of the trugeily, ...

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. — 8 March 1895

/i i. tu.mm Encouraging Reports Received From All Quarters. WITCH DUCK SALOON GONE The District Convention Yesterday. Eloquent Addresses From Mrs. Cora Wemple and Mrs. W. R. Butcher. A Meeting for the Children. The district convention of tho Wo mnn's Christian Tempernueo U uiou vas called to order at 10 o'clock hy the .Trend out, Mrs. A. C. Mi ley, tu the parlors of the Y. M. C. A. The rooms wore well tilled with interested listen? ers aud white ribboners. The mooting vras opeued with Boripture rending aud prayer by Mrs. E. A, 11 allot t, llvtuu, "Take My Lufe und Let it Bo." Tho minutes of the last district con vent ion held in Atlantic City wero roud uud corrected. Tho address of welcome hy MrB. Cora Wemple and tho response by Mrs. Etta Butcher, both wore so ad' mirable aud soul stirriug that they Wero requested for publication, "To tbe Work, To tho Work," was sung hy request. Most inspiring re ports wero read from Atlantic City. Bnyeide, Bratnbleton, Berkley, Ports? mouth, Norfol...

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. — 8 March 1895

Cough ! " Cough ! ! It's tlic hacking cough that often ends in the most, serious trouble, ? ' IT slops the cough ut once by ; removing the cause and thus prevents the trouble. Put two teaspooufuls of Ibis good old remedy in a*ssmall dtp-of [molasses, take teaspponful often, and your cough* will quickly cease, i Sold every where.;' You now get,double the quantity of rain-Killer for the same old price. ,** Perry Davis & Sou,Providence,R.I ?JUll'Klli ?Kent for 1 ?ro sin ?ltl?i sold t > geuei al stori - ?ardwarc and haniesi deal-is iitilimtiod demand lor the *.>..<|. and no comiwlltioh; 1100,000 bat* I e n told in olghtei u inonthi i! you are looking for a legitbuaio bo?la<i? urn will pay an energetic man 12.000 yearly Investigate Ihia. Only Ihoaii having first-class ro'erencc and I bo capital heed apply. Call on K. KU AW, SI. James Hotel. uir8-ai< *l\' A N I Kll l'. - tIon l?y n youne man of fou r and * t a hull*years' experioai o aa clerk In a clothing, diiy gauds o...

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. — 8 March 1895

r bstxb?sbbd 18'.5. PUBLISHED EVERY M0UN1NG EXCEPT MONDAY. VIRGINIAN BUILDING. MAIN AND COMMERCE STREETS. M. GLENN AN. Owsar. 1 utered nB sccoutl-clail mnttor. & THK OIKOULATIONOP THE VIRGINIAN Is LA HO ELY IN EXCESS of any other taper publish- d in Easi tu VirKtuiH. Its ofrculati u in Ncrfoln ami Portsmouth is Kriator than that of any paper publiiheil cr ciiooiate ? In the two oitL-a. It ii delivered in th<> cities of Norfolk nml Portsmouth and inburbj lor 10 couts r ?week. ' a>l ?ub<triptlons, postage pnid. F vt> Dollars per year; Three Dollnrs for -ix months. One Dollar and Fifty Cents for throe months; and Fifty O.-nts for one mont.i. Aibertisenifnts iiuorted nt tho rate of 75 CtMs?s va stFm?t isskbtion; ench sabse quent insertion 37J t'rvrs, or On Cr.STs wihsK xshtsTun bvebv otueu iiav. Oontrao tors are not nllowe 1 to exceed t) oir spa e or ml ortiso other thnn tloir log! Imate business, except by paying especially for the saute. Tm: Wekki.v Viboiman ?.sn Oa...

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. — 8 March 1895

foit'l S1IOI I'll ADVEICFINK?IBN I'M 10Sr^YE"sTKI D\Y AFTEHN(f()N\ ~*A J child's Q >1.I-L n^cod Itru u ot name In? scribed on lock, Finder ? II be reward <l by l< aviugbame at ici7 Washington sttect. mro-lt lte*iM)uiHTar.a Stonewall Oami\ C V, < March sih, 18V5.{ ATTENTION, COMRADES?YOO AUE ro bolted ton -einbleut headquarters nils (Friday) AtTilRNOON. a p. iu.. lor the purpose of paving Ibo l?<t sud tribute V' respect to oar deo.'ased c'omrn e, Tno . II. Via kl<on. Every Con rade i< urged to k>e present and nil wbo h.i< o uniforme w ill please wear t1 cm. ?IAB H.IOOMEK, Commander. I. Tuor. Di nn. Adjutant. n n-lt ^)Vi'l!UN CASTLE, 8KA8IDE LODQE, \ No. 'P, K. of I-.. Tort mouth. /C>X Va.. Mar h '.tli. 1856.?To the o i ttars&ft and members ot Seaside Lodge No.k? HU. K. of 1' Yo i avo bonov r + Vsl^ . ncrtte.i to tnrot Tills (Friday') aF TEHNOUN at o eloi k. to uuiic with Atlantic Lodge, No. 24. r\jo\ P.. in paying ?.lie .'a;-t Bui tritintn ot reapoi ...

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. — 8 March 1895

T4ie News, Personal, General and Political, Concisely Recorded. THE KINSTON INCENDIARIES. A Drummer Burned to Death. Work House Syetcm Abandoned. Want to Have the State Reformatory. Manager of the Peniten? tiary. Other Notes. Special Dispatch tj theVirgtulau. Raleigh, N. C. March 7.?Your eorreapoudeut is told that tho last tiro tit Kiuaton was the work of n negro ?who was seen by a polieo otlieer. The ne^ro 6et lire to one block uud thou dashed acrost ttio street to set tiro to nuother block, but was so hotly pur? sued by the oflicor that ho did uot have timo to carry out hie purpose. It isalleged that after a stout ti^ht, last Uutiday soruo negroes tuado thruuta that thoy would burn the town. A coucimurcml traveler named Gard? ner was hurtled to death in a room iu a hotel at Hookingham last uight. Ho was drunk ami overturned u lamp, which set lire to tho boil. Hovoral cities iu the Stuto desire to bo cu,osou as tho .location of tho State reformatory for youug criminals. Wil? mingto...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 8 March 1895

AN AERIAL ELECTRIC ROAD. tho Rnplil Transit B?ham? Proposed by a I San Fmucbcu Cupitallst. A railroad oil wiro. ! Such is tho schciao which D. R. P. Thomas, a San Praucisco capitalist, now has on foot. Ho proposes to build what ho calls an aurial road from San Francisco to Los Angoles up tho cele? brated Han .Toaquin valley. The cars will bo suspended oivoablos and operat? ed by electricity. They will run at tho rate of 100 miles an hour. No grading will bo necessary for tho construction of this" road, no ties, and no rails, uu bridges ami no feuoing in of track. No section gang will bo required in its maintenance. It will, so its projector thinks, bo tho first road iu America to bo absolutely freo from smashups. Tho cars can't collidu head on hecauso tho road is n double track, and they can't bo telo Bcopod because, by a simplo littlo mech? anism, if ono train comes too closo to another tho electricity is shut off. No obstructions or blockades can iutorforo With its running. Tho ca...

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. — 8 March 1895

Many Matters- of Interest to All Good Citizens. THE TWO COUSIN CANDIDATES Lively Contest for City Sergeant. A Warrant tor the Arrest of Com? missioner Taylor, of" King William County. Washing ton Conference Data. Special ruspatcb t? riio Vimiaian. Riqmt?xn, Vn., March 7.?1'ho con? test for the nomination of candidates lor the niuuieipal oUlcus to be tilled at the election ouo year from uext spring is already opening up. Mr. .lohn K. Epps has announced liitnsi !f u entidi date for City Sorgeant, ?? position now lillod by hi8 coumii, t nirt. Charles H. Epps, who will Btund tor re-election, lie is looked upon us onu ot the leaders ot tbe laboring cIusm ami is very popular with tho working zuen. The contest between the cousins is certain to he n most interesting uuu and it is understood that Mr. .Intuo.s C. Smith will enter tlio nice again. Sergeant Ales. Toniliuson oud Officer Gibsou, ol the Hiclnuonil police force, are in King William county with n ?warrant tor Hie arrest of Mr, Uurnl...

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