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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 12 March 1895

IT??? 1 vim ; I II A i> \ !. it E I >? l. 'I i > I S T OST?l'etncon County stro t an I I'nrk Jl J View: a Hiuull roI I ined ? 1 vfit.i t m Initial M. E. Finder will reoeixo is nr.) by calling at Iii:) County itreot. iiirltMi Special For To-dayi~ Lot-ton Ilalio I Beans. 131c por ein. ?cot b rlcrriuss, ~ur per box. Throe pouud package* o.' pie,<arcd Buck* Wheat Hr l'-'r pec pa kagu. l ino Ualiforu a Lap rat M Pears. 10.' por MClld. C. W. UD?QIN9 A OU.. 002 Crawford stroot. IfOll PENT-HOUSE WITH FIVE ROOMS . and city water. Mo. 415 Clifford street. Apply to lit', Portsmouth. mrlO-St P.lRTS)IOUrif, Vn., Marob 1. IS'.'."). alHE Fl UM BEltETOFURE EXISTING under the na-ue of OR!MBS is OVER? MAN, as Uontraoton and Bull .ore, l.ns been dissolved by the withdrawn! of Jo ma M. (trillion. Tlio business will be eont n led bv EDWAKD OVEHMAN. who will aettl ? all debts aud colloct all bills <li:e tlio old firm. JOsUUA M. GRIMES. mrj-lUt EDYVAK...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 12 March 1895

UTILIZING THE WIND POWER. ttr?l cable Viinrtion? Performed by Modern Windmill* nt Small Cost. Tho wind, liko tho poor, is always ?rcitli OS. Ill no considerable aroa in tho Vnit'Vi States is thcro a demand for jnorowinc. It is imU>eil the specially disagreeable feature of nearly ovary cli? mate. Tho cold north winds of winter j and tho raw winds of March ns well j as tho pnrohing and drying winds of summer nro nliko disagreeable if not destructive But tho wind is everywhere und always n source of power and should ho utilized by tho farmer as a helping hand. Windmills are comparatively cheap, uud many of them uro very effective. Great improve? ments have been made upon tho old time windmills, and a new and pi bly morn appropriate nomenclature* is now employed wbcroby wo aro intre? duced to "wind engines," "aermotors," etc Still nil thoso improved devices aro Avindmills. Thoro is scarcely a farmer iu tbo country who can really afford to be ?without a good windmill. Tho vise...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 12 March 1895

COMMERCIAL REPORT. Money rtiuritct liv Southern Associated Pros?. t!r.w Yoiik. March 11'.?Money on call bai ?Oi'ii tiriuut i per cent: l.i-t loan at '2 por cout nud ? losing offorcd at 1! per oi'iit. s'terllng exchange I' steady, with actual business in bankets' hills ?t 4S7ja483 for ?luv diiva nu.l 48Pal8!lJ for i emuud. I'oste.l rut- s. ? 8<la4'.M. i i.urn rcial bills, ;-('.... l ?, ? Government bonds cli nil steady. the stock mark&t? i.osiso bios. American ('uttou Oil, 23; Amoriotu < ot ton ui, pre f 07a?3; American Sugar llefiu trics, 1024; American Sugar Kefliierios, pref. St>;.; Amir lean 'Jobiccu. u3{; Americnu'Jo baeei, prof., 105; Atcklsou, Toioku nnJ Vuut.i I o, :i4; Baltimore and Ohio, Uli; Can* ?da Pa.iBe, 874; Cbcsapeako uul Ohio. 10; Chicago und Alton, 146: Uhio.igo. burling tou und Qninoy. 7Ui; Chicago Qus Juts-. *ljl Delawa e au I LacKnwapua. 157;: Distil? lers and ( nt.lu Keodcrs. I2J; t.tlo, 7J: Erie, yref.-. Hi. Qrueral...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 12 March 1895

The News, Personal, General and Political, Concisely Recorded. STRICKEN WITH APOPLEXY Mr. Julian Now Better. The Stay Law. The Daily Caucasian is No More. Printers Greatly Disturbed. Penitentiary Farms. Rev? enue Bill Considered. Special Dispatch to 'Jfco Virginian. Baleiou, N. ('.. March 11.-Satnr flay night Bt a lute hour Repreaenta live l1. lt. Julian, of Uowau, uiuilu n strong speech in the House ngaiust the fusion bill to amend tho chnrter of ?Salisbury. When liu returned to his hotel he did not feel well nud yesterday morning he had on apoplectic attack. It was for some time thought he would die. He is much bettor and left for {Salisbury this afternoon. Representative Ettieridge has pneu tnonia, The Stay Law bill has paused the ?Senate but not the Houso. Mr. Di Carton Murray, who was for many yearn steward of the peniton tiarj, died at hie home here of puuii xnonia. Theprintcra hers ntegreatly wrought tip by the action of the Legislature in transferring the public priuting to ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 13 March 1895

VOL. XLVIII1-NO. 95. NORFOLK, VA.. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 13, 1895. THICK 2 CENTS BIOT STILL AT NEW ORIERHS The Steamer Engineer and Negro Hands Attacked While Loading. MEN SHOT WITHOUT WARNING Three Killed Outright and a Number Wounded. Two Hundred or More Shots Fired by the Attacking Whites. Purser Banc's Four Wounds. By Southern AaaoL-isto I Pres?. New Orleans, La., March 12.?An? other bloody riot occurrod this moru lug. The scene of the coulhot was on the river front between St. Ann aud jbuniaiu streets. Three men were killed almost outright. Wliile a number were wounded. Tho killing was done by n mob of White men, numbering about 1200, who wcro armed with pistols and Winches? ter riiios. The negroes were about to Sim t to work on board tho steamer ?oginrer, when whito men approached iron) all directions. All were armed und uiuuy took positions behind box cars und poured volley upon volley into tho negroes. Those who were on tho scono suy that it remindod them of a buttleiield, so fus...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 13 March 1895

Many Very Important Matters Were Favorably Acted Upon. A NEW FOURTH' WARD SCHOOL An Appropriation of $10,000 Unani? mously Voted. The Artesian Well ' Proposition. The Atlantic. City Police Matter. Pawn-Brok? ers'Ordinance Passed. Tbe regular roeetiug of the Select Council was held last night, with Presi? dent Winston iu the chair uud thu fol? lowing members present: Messrs, Goodridge.Cooke, Grubb, Prince, Hol? land, Broughton, Wronn and Grubb. The minutes of tbe last meeting of tbe Select Cuiinoil were read and ap? proved. Before the conclniuon of the roading ol tbe miuntcs Mr. Grubb was cxouscd and left the chamber. The business of tho Common Council Wus aoted npou as follows: The Select Council concurred with tbo Common Council in tbe matter of appropriating S10.0U0 for t?e oroctiou of a school building in tho Fourth Ward. The matter of on appropriation of $40,000 for the School Board was laid over. . The Select Counoil concurred with tbo Common Council lu tho matter of pay for th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 13 March 1895

FIRE AND ITS TERRORS. Kvn j linily Sliaultl He Prcjmrnl ? Hun ?* Sealdnt C'lllltl h.t. Cured. (From Ihr Jl'jston ilrrahl.) Every person who works around n fire Cnn save themselves much suffering by keeping at hand a good remedy iV.>r scalds :mJ burns. When bucli incidents happen the chances are that something is applied that had better been left oft. A person will often apply cold water to a burn and sutler ten? fold in consequence. Then there ure many remedies recommended fur burin sndocalrfs that only give temporary relict'; they do not prevent the inflammation, blistering and soreness that follow a but 11,and which ofteu prove <o dangerous. No better remedy could possibly be recommended than Perry Davis' Pain-Killer. This good old specifle, with its record of half n century, has no equal, end it is doubtful if it ever will have. '1 rue, when first applied it will brill.; the tears tii eonr eyes for a moment, but after thai the fire leave, the pain stops, and...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 13 March 1895

established 1806. PUBLISHED EYEBY MOBN1NQ EXCEPT MONDAY. YIBGINUN BUILDING. MAIN AND COMMEBCB STBEEX3. M- GLENN AN. OwxiR. kntered as second-cla-is matter. ' TP V. CIU?ULATI?N Or THE VIBOINIAM |3 LA BO ELY IN EXCESS of any other | raver published in Eas'm Virginia. Its otrculsti. u in Norfolk and l'ortsinouth is crtater tliaii that of any paper published or ciicuiate t in the two oitiee. It ie delivered in the cities of Norfolk aod Portsmouth and suburb] for 10 oeuts a .week. Veil iub<> riptious, postage paid, j" Te Dollars per year; Three Dollars for i-ix mouths One Dollar and Fifty Cents for three mouths; aad Fifty Oeuts for one Advertisements inserted at tho rato of 7'j Ckms a S cAvnFlBsl insebtiok; ca ll subse? quent insertion H"5 (Justs, or Gu Cests w.m.s isssi-teu r.vr.uv otiikm 1>ay. Contrac? tors are not sllov.el to exceed their spa o or nd ertise other than tLeir lor.: in into business, exoept by payiug espeoially lor the same. ; Tai; Wekext...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 13 March 1895

POH/rSltlOf I'll A I? VKICVI?K?II?? N I S Special For to-day. Doston Ilako 1 Bonus. 12|o por can. Veot h Herrings, 21)0 por vox. Three pound packages of prepared Ilu.-k Wbeat !cr laic por pa 'kage. Fine Ualiforu a Eaporuted roars, lov per Mend, O. W. HUDGIN3 .t CU., BOi Crawford street. J7*011 HEM'?HOUSE WITH FIVE KOOMS ] ? noil citv water, .>u. 41? ?liflfurd street. Apply to 41P, Portsmouth. mrlU-St PonTseout h. Va.. Muroh 4. 1895. mHB F1UM BEttETOFOBB EXISTING X ander the name ol OKlftlBS A OVEU 11 AN ns Contractors nud Bud iero, lius boon dissolved by tLo withdrawal of Junto, M. lirimef. Tiio mh inn will bo coat lined l?JF RDWAltD OVERMAN, who will settle ell fields und collect all bills due tbe old flriu. ?lu-ii 1 A 51 tlltlMliH. tnrS-10t KDWAKU OYEliMAN. STOVE COALi j Orders for STOVE COIL for Immediate Jo livory &i fA.fiO por ton suy where iu the oity. i.uuve orders with TUE E. 0. EUOOK8 CO , March 1st. 113 High street. DWELLING FOR SALE. Xioe dwelling, ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 13 March 1895

IBiilll affairs! I the News, Personal, General and ; Political,' Concisely Recorded. TO BE NO "CODE COMMISSION The End of the Fusion. Atlantic and North Carolina Railroad Proxy. Seaboard Air-Line Rumors. Vice-President St. John to be General Manager. Special IM?p*t^ to The Virginian. IUt-KWH, N, C., March 12. -The Fopalifts last night in cnucus voted that R. B. Kiusey, of LaGrnugo, ehould ba State proxy of tho Atlantic end North Carolina railroad. Tho Republicans iu caucus this morning coulirmed this. The matter of tho ejection of a State prosy for the Korth Carolina railway was not agreed ppon in last night's caucuses or iu those of to-day. It was settled iu the Republican cau? cus tiiis morning thut there should bo jno eodo comiuisbion. Your correspondent to day bad a talk with n Populist, aud it is of im -poriaucc. Hero is what ho said. This P?pulist is an ex Congressman and n man high in affairs, Ho said: "This fusion will oud now. Wo have now thrown down the gauntlet to tho Re ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 13 March 1895

T. IUoiicv Hiirk?t Bt Southurii Asaooiatel Press. flEVff Y?kk. March 12.?Money 0:1 call Arm at 2 per cent: closing offered at 2 per c nt. BterlingjexnnanAe i-Urin, ?Ith hcIuuI * usiu es in huitkera' bills at 487ta438 for ? lxtv iIhvh nnd V-'.'.UHl'; for (lemnu.l. Posted states, -.8iU4'.kj. Comiu> rcinl bills, 48C?ul:s7. Government boud< cleaed steady. THE stock market?CLOSIXO UIOS. Imericnn Coiton Od, 23; Ameriein Cot Sou Oi'.pnf. B7ui9; Amerioau (sugar Bulin tries, IUI,: American Sugar iteBuorioi, prof. American 'lobacco y3i: Atnencnu To IjHCt'f, prof.. 105; At. bison, Totoka im I t-11111 1 Fe, 3|: Usliimoro and Ohio, ;>2|: Cuu ?dn l'ai ilic. 33; Chesapeake uuJ Ohio. 1??; Chiaugo und Alton, HG: Cbio tgo. Unding tou und Quiney, 70;; Chicago Clus Trust, S1 i; Delnwnie nut Laoknwanna. 157i: Distil? lers and Cuttlo l'eodere. 121; trio, 71: Erle, ?rot. 10; (i. iu-ral 1.1c 111 . :Sr: IlliuoiB (0:1 Vul, 83; Lake Erie und Western. 15*; take ICrie aud Wester...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 13 March 1895

,. Wany Matters of Interest to All Good Citizens. ' W. L WILSON TO BE PRESENT WiJi Speak at tlie University Banquet. Deatli of Mr. Connie Myers. In? vestigating nn Apple Blight. Playing "Uncle Tom's Cabin." Other News. Spscial Dispatch to The Virginian. Richmond, Vn,, MnroU 12.?lion. William L, Wilsou. Postruastor Uenural of the United States, uns accepted an invitation to attend the nnnual banquet of the Bicbmoud Hruuoh of the Alumni of the University of Yirgima ou April 17th. Mr. Wilson will, of course, iunko an address, but his subject has not beeu selected. It is not kuuwu im vet who else will respond to toasts. The old Bicbuiond Theutro will not be oonverlod into ti furniture store: that is, not by Bothert & Co. This ?rm usb leased tb.0 storehouse on Broad, now occupied by tho Fourqn Joan-Price Company, who will move into tho large building vacated by Levy & Davis, Mr. Davis will inaku a skat iag rink of tho theatre unless some ilrin takes his leaso aud ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 14 March 1895

VOL. XLVIIII--NO. 96. NORFOLK^ VA.. Tlill^nAY, MARCH 14, 1803. PRICE 2 CENTS WM CUE ARGUMENT Severe Rebuke Administered Those Applauding Mr. Letcher. JUDGE DUKE'S FINE SPEECH Full of Pathos, Humor, Sarcasm and the Flower of Rhetoric. Tribute to Mrs. Good man by Col. Craig. The Railway Conductors Paying Expenses. Uy Southern Assocmto.1 l'rosj. Richmond, Va? March 13.?A Char lottesville special to the Dispatch says: At the night session last night ol the trial of conduct or Goodman for the killing of Col. 11. ?. l'arsons. Judge White administered a severe rebuke to those who applauded the speech of Mr, Letoher, alter which Judge George K. Audersou, of Cliftua Forge, began the lir?t speech for the defense, Ho reviewed the testimony in detail end attacked the evidence ol Nash. When the Court convened this ruorning Judge 11. T. W. Duke, Jr., began his argument for the defense, jn beginning the ludgo referred to Iho death angel hovering over Iii? own little child when the trial first bega...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 14 March 1895

NEWSIEST HORFOLK K. The Best and Freshest of the Day's Haps and Mishaps. TRIED TO BURN A WAREHOUSE, Services Preparatory to Confirmation. W. C. T. U. Official Visit. To Camp at Nag;'s Head. Dcclara . tion in the Massey Suit. Royal Arcanum. Pocabontas Council Royal Arcanum meets to night. Rain this morning, followed by olfcariug weather. Mrs. C. La Valletto Barton is visit inp in Philadelphia. The Atlautio City polico will suo the oitv for their salary. Bishop Randolph will preach at St. Pul's Church, Berkley, to night. There will be no criminal oascsjtriod in the Corporation Court to-day. j;. The Jackeou Light Infautry bos been invited to camp at Nog's Head this ?nmmer. Two vesBals arc now unloading sea? soned rune at Johns Bros.' wharf, At? lantic City. Mauagor Camdeu Sommers has gone to Washington on business connected with his ball team. James L. Kearney, Esq., of Ferth Amboy, N. J., visited the Cotton Ex? change yesterday, Alfred Bunch, colored, was arrested yesterday, charged w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 14 March 1895

THE' POPULAR CIGARETTE REV. Daniel F. Warren, D.D.. Rector Holy Trinity Chore!), Jersey City Heights, says: ."Dr. Dearie's I Dyspepsia Pills err unquestionably good. They arc, in tuv ??;>ininn. all they claim to be. I have tried -hem and found in them what I nor led. I lielieve they will cure Dyspepsia, und I bat is saying much ior any medu ine. I atn glad, therefore, to give niy te itimony." At slldteggtsH*. -r trie.. End to tu for a bee uapto. DR. J. A. DR?NE CO.. Kingston, Neve Vuik. v% 'Aicritu, OKI H i: MATRON, managing housekeeper, str.ua> ioat a*. ..ard.-. ladies' tomnanton, trained ?urte.child'? corerncas, throe lOuiVctloiier* -a Ja.lies. dentist'* lilBcc attendant, txe.itv white ecrrant*. l.AIUr.-' I \< I'AN'.i:, loo Mam ilreel. snrl4-ll* \? ANTED-t?hlp chandler's clerk. .?:?..<? mat ? ager, s)7Ai factory watchmen at .wire, I2'*i; bar eel basket makers, six bor?, two euy leers, cat Call early, uirlJ.lt W'AN I l.l ?\ Stenait-lYand ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 14 March 1895

I established 1855. PUBLISHED EYKBY MOilNlNQ EXCEPT MONDAY. YIHGINTaN BUILDING'. MAIN AND COMUEUCB Sl'UEETS. M- Ot.ENNAN. Owscar. lwaters i ns second-eta-a matter. "tHK. OIHCI I.ATIOS OK THE YIKGHSIAN 1? IAKQELY IN EXCESS of any other l ayer publish- d in Basi ru Virginia. It-, oirculsti n "i Norfolk mill Portsmouth i? greater than that of any papor published or citeulate I iu the two c ties. it )? delivered iu the oitles of Norfolk and Portsmouth and suburbi for 10 cent!" a week- ? ail sub- riptious, postage paid. V ve Dollars per year; Three Dollars for six mouths. Otto Dollar and Fifty Cents for three months; end Fifty Odiits for ouu xnont . Aiivortifements inserted at tho rato of 75 Obms a S ' a bKirwi isskution; each subse? quent insertion 37J Clnts, or 5i Cents wbks rssi.. tbii nvruv otiieu i>av. Contrac? tors are not nllowol to exceed their spa o or nd ertise other than tt oir legi tmate business, except by paying especially for tbe snnie. Tata Weekly Viboiniax ini...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 14 March 1895

pOHl stun' I II ADVEKTIXOttN i s k>:PuRD HALL.. .... OX I'OR!> II AI L. Tuesday Night, fflareh 19th. ILf An Evening of 8tory aud Song on "Old Times Down South." Deliuo.itirg tlio OKI Plantation Negro. CJri'.ENEFPr OF (HUMES 13ATTEI;Y Jt0 mrliMf Special For To-day. Qood (linger Snupa, fo per oonnl. ( Ooo I Oyster Cracscn He per puund. Hue Evaporated Apples, lOo or t! reo o'.in Is for 2Sc. <!ooil liitt r. 20c per pound. California Pruu s. 7e nor pouud. c. w. nLUC,INS ft CO., bQ'Z Crawford street. i)OitTS\:oUTH RIFLES, ATTENTION. Mombors id t u Company ar .11 , er erod tu assemble at tbeir A-in ty at IjJ ? o'eli ck p. in.sharp. Qtt THURSDAY 1 ttli ffl lust nt. in service uniform, to attend tbe" funeral o: tie late honorary uietubcr. David Williams, doeenietl. iiv Older or .lOilN W. HA ITEM. Captain Commanding. H. P. lie rr. First Serjeant. PoitTitiioura. Va., Mi toll I. Ifc'.i5. flMXE Fl KM HERETOFORE citing X ander the name of OKIME3 ft OVER? MAN us Co...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 14 March 1895

Mrs. Hall Who Is Known as the Woman Humorist. WOMEN WHO ARE DECORATORS Tho' New English Woman Described by t-3dy Somerset. A dolly Good Fellow. Women Censorship In Baltimore. In All De? partments. Tho clover writing ar.d speaking of Mrs. Florence Howe Hall have earned bor the title of "the woman humorist of the country. " Sho does indeed possess n notable ability for presenting the grav? est questions in ft manner that carries weight because of its liveliness and wit. Bho is identified wirb ninny varied in? terests. From her father she has in? herited an aptitude for organisation and is tbns never happier than when planning fairs, lecture courses, sowing circles, reading classes, clubs, cic. Sho was a charter member of the .Monday Afternoon club of Plainfield, N. J., and for two years its president. In tho work of tho general federation sho has also been aotivo and is now serving hor third terra as state chairman of correspondence for Now Jersey. .She was tho first to propose a stat...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 14 March 1895

COMIMl REPORT. Money ^InrUel Hv Southern Associated Press, Ttr.w Yoiik, March 13.?Monev 01 call Oasy at Ua2 per emit; closing offerod at 1 1 |>er oeut. eterliUR exennuce l< tlria. w ith {actual busin a* in bankers' bills ut 487{at8S for sixty days nu>l 48'.>al8'.'{ for dommd. Vested rate? ? 8 <A.iV.K'. t omm ivial bills, 480]n4874. Government bonds el std steady. TUB BTOCH UABKeT? :LOSIXll Ullis. American Cotton Oil, 22i: Amerioin Cot? ton Oil,urcl B7$hB91; Amerioin Sugar ltettn erica, IN}: America ? Sugar Iteflnerle*, prof. *,dl; American J obaceo. l'8J; Americnu To toseco, prof., 105; At.'hisoii, T.ipoU.i nut t'autn Pe. Baltimore aud Ohio, ;>2I: Cna c la Pat inc. Ui; Chesapeake uu.l Ohio. Id}; ?Jhieago and Alton, 110: Ohle.igO. Uurling t,ou un l Ouincy. 70}; Chicago Gnj iiw, M; Uelawave uu I Laokuaanua. 157j; l>n:il 1it< auit i al to Kco tors. Vi'.. Erie, 9: Krlo. ?jref.. I6l:0 ueral Klociri \ ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 14 March 1895

Many Matters, of Interest to All Good Citizens. THE GR EAT]^JCHM 0 ND PLAN. Moving Along Nicely. A Reception to Postmaster General Wilson. Trial Of Gold Brick Parker. Poli? tics in Henrico at White Heat. Terry Case. SpSOial Dispatch to Too Virginian. Richmond, Vs., March 18.?It is likely that n public recoptiou will bo tendered in honor of Postmaster tieu oral Wilson on Ibe occasion of Inn visit here April 17th to make a Bpeooti at the banquet of the University Aluiuui As sooiatiou, A great admirer ol tho turn' reformer wrote him a letter yesterday asking tit!-- concent to hire n hall iu ?which the people tuny meet and pay their respects to ibe i'oattuuslur Qcn . eral. Politico iu Hocrico county ore at? tracting much atteutiou jiibt uow. Tho Democratic primary comes off on the ,28th uud exeiteiuout over some of the coutests is nearly ut white bunt. Almost uigbtiy political uioetuige are held nud oftou tho iricuds of rival candidates Luve a munkoy uud purrot time. Jos, Li, llohloder,...

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