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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 27 April 1895

The D oings of Minor Importance Worth Jotting Down. THE MODEL OF THE RALEIGH. Memorial D.iy on May 24. The Pros? pects of the Section. Odd Fellows' Anniversary. Applications for Liquor License. Free Fight on Chestnut Street. The vote was unusuully small yester flay. There was no docket iu the Mayor's Court yesterday. All the meetings nt tho different Churches have cloned. Work on the Port Norfolk oleolric railroad is progressing very fust. Both the city and County Court bad applications for iiijuur lioensu yes lor day. A holiness rueeling was held last night at the Lningbmn Street M. E. Churoh, Miss Alto Foster, of Kiqhmoud, is ?lHiiiuR tho family oi ltov. A. 12, Owen On Court ft reut. 'the Ladies' Memorial Aid Society lave decided ou tho 21th day of May? as Memorial I lay. Home ut the truckers will pick bor rie.s the last of next week aud peas about the 15th of May. A very pretty boat was launched at tire foot of Hart streot yesterday for Mr. Malleuptr, tit Port Norfolk. The model ...

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. — 27 April 1895

setting onion plants. Convenience* by Which Tbl* 'Odious Work i* Keurirrrd t.ayv. Now that tli -"new onion cultnro" is .fco generally employed tho plauting of tmion seedlings is an important subject tfor consideration. As most readers ;know, uudor tbo new systom tho onion *ecd is sown under glass and tho seed? lings transplanted to the opon ground ns ?oon as tho Foasou permits. Wh<wo Snany plants havo to bo set it is a long sibber for skttino oxiox tulxts. ?jjob, and wo should make it.ua easy as jpassiblo by preparing tho soil in unch a Jway ns to uunblo tho operator to plant ?Without dibber. The index fingor nnswers) every pur ?pose whon tho land is fresh nnd "mel? low as wi ash heap." Somotimos t? rain :jcomes and packs tho soil after it was al? ready marked out und in best shape for planting. Thenn dibber will have to bo used. American Hardening illustrates a <}ibber made from n piece of apple tree ?limb or other tough hardwood. Four or /five inches is long enough for a dib...

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. — 27 April 1895

iilonov SlnrUot Hv Southern AKHootato.l rre?<. Sr.w York, April 20.?Money on call has been easy at l$a2 per cent-, closing at II- Sterling rxcltange is taster, with actual business In baukers' billi Kt 488}at88l for ei\iy dnys antl <8!i}al89j for demand. Posted ruto*,489a490). Commercial bills. 487;n4S7J. Goveruineut bond*. guoA demand. tiik - n i I. harkf.t?closiko bids. American Cotton Oil, 27; American Oot? tri- Oil. tu- , It.l: Amoricuti Sugar Koflu tr.cs, 10DI; An erican ugar lle?uerles.prof. **i: Aniortc*u'tobacco, :uJ; American To? bacco, pret. 110; Atchison, Topeka and l.iut.i I p. Baltimore and Obiu, 66); lim ?da I'acitlo, 461?: Chesapeake and Ohio. 1'.'. vhioago and Alton, 149: Ohioago. Unrlinir ioimndQuiucy, 71.: Chicago OasTrust. 7?';. t>i'la?aie anil Laokawauna. 1681: L>i-'.il \xv- and Cattle I cedors, i7?: I-'.rio. Erie, *r I . 24|;U< ueral Klectric. 33] Illinois Cen? tral, 91); Lake Hrie au I Western. 20J; Lake %\rl<i hiVi Western, prof., 7?J; Lake S...

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. — 27 April 1895

Crack Wheelmen Will Work for Fresh Honors, SOME OF THE FAMOUS RIDERS The Number of Fast Men on the Track Will Exceed That of Previous Years. Net Surprising: if Every Record From Yards to Miles Were Broken. ICOPTRIOBT. 1896.1 T would not be a surpris ing thin|,r if nearly every bicycle record from one h n n d r e d and forty yards to fifty mhos were 1 o w e r e ?I this Mason in the contests in which John S. Johnson, Walter t'. Sangcr, Fred ,T. Titus and Owen Ziegler ure to struggle for the supremacy. It is reported thnt Houbeu, Ihc crack English wheelman. W. c. SANGES. ns well as Watson and FTcnie, who have ?beaten records iu Great Britain, arc to jcisit this country. Henie holds records ?jfrom four milus to eight miles, while [Watson is the ten-mile champion of England. If these men come to the United States, con tosts will be arranged in which tin- English champions will meet the fastest American riders, with results sure to he interesting. Houben is a famous wheelman of great spee...

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. — 28 April 1895

The Clams Spell Defeat With a Big "D." O'HAGAN'S UNWISE KICK. The Umpire Wanted to Call the Game After the Fifth Inning, But Gave in to O'Hagan. A Tie Game Thus Turned Into the Third Defeat. Bpsoial Dispatch to The Virginian ' Sicumond. Ya., April '27.?The eighth tuuiug was the fatal ouo for Norfolk m lo day's gatne aud Kiobinoud Liaii no trouble iu making It threo struight. Vp to that point the score wub tied (Mid the playiug of both sides nun fault lets. Lawsou bud given au exhibition of pitching that could hardly be sur passed. The crowd had gotten ou to Lib protesting "what," but he held both lila temper und bis bead, uud without effort burled mi balls that tbu batters cuulii do nothing with. Kuin cams near breaking up tbe l?Hiue iu the fifth, but OVtiugau, with two nieu on bases uud a tied score, kicked against stopping. Tbu moment vns one of inteuso excitement, The umpire decided to call tbe contest olV. but yielded to tbu protest aud ordered Ibe players out again. O'Uagan rea...

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. — 28 April 1895

i Ml IU NORFOLK.I A Magnificent and Attractive Build? ing. A SCENE OF RARE BRILLIANCY. A Full Description of the Same. Joe i Seclinger's Great Enterprise. An Unrivalled Establishment That Elicits Admiration and As? tonishment. It is a Gem. On tbe south side of Main sheet, just tvo doom east ot the l'ureell House, | one comes upon a smooth granolithic sidewalk ami bis uttcutiou is ut once drawn to the massive granite Btruoture in Roman architecture, which towers above i'?? majestic solidity aud seeming ]y iu detiuuee of tho wear of time. Almost uucoosoiously you are drawn to tbe huge brass ruil which protects the large plutc glass window, through which you look upon a work of art. Tbe lloor of this window ib finished iu mosaic iu a design most beautiful, and ia a credit to thu designer. From the centre of this gem ot handiwork rises u leal bronze pillar of electric light* and imitatiou otudles. which uro ligbte.t with gas. Behind this mosaic, und pillar ot lights rues a magnificent p...

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. — 28 April 1895

COR CORSETS ! ? i n I ?????????>f)<?0?>???4???+4?fte>^^ ?SPECIAL SALE 1 ?<m^day forming, april 29, we will place on . 2 AO Rairs irs Made of Fine Black Satine, white lined, extra long waist, sizes 18 to 26, never sold for less than $I.oo a pair. Our Special Price for this sale, 00c a pair. As the supply is limited to the above quantity don't delay. Fifty Dozen Outing Flannel, full size, the proper Skirt for seashore or mountain wear; if you have no use for them now it will pay you to secure them for later. Special Price, 10c. each; no more after these, as Manufacturer's Price is more. ad Our List of SPECIAL PRICES for Thie Week GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES OF DRESS GOODS. lancy Weaves, woro 10c, ? a. <? price 1Jio. J'u y Cainolcou wen- :.fe, sale (rioe 19c. Cumcl'* Hair, Oeahmare on 1 1 >u iea, wc-ie ;-)0c, 35-, 87c, salo price 'Jin- yard Pine All-Wool Seigta. were GOo, ea'ie price 3"c vard. I'iuu .All-Wool Berate, ware 6"c sale price 43c. AU Btc, 76c, b?c. Wool au...

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. — 28 April 1895

RSTABI l-ItK.l? ISv?. PUBLISHED EYEBY. MOUSING EXCEPT MONDAY. VI HO IN 1 AN BUILDING. HAIN ANU rOMMT.lt Ii 3TKEET3. M QLENNAN. Ousr.n. Entered ua ?eooud-clais muttor. Last year America Killed ami packed 21,619,000 bogs', which sold for $232,? 000,000. Tlicso are liguies wliieti uu one will gruut about. There seems to be n general combina? tion of European powere, except ng England, to force n rbvisiou of the terms oi the treaty between Cliinu aud Japan. Tho Huston Herald says lien, llraut did not hesitate to Bay that bo believed the pension list of this (joveruuiout ?us fully three tunes as large as it ought to be. The General was right. !VORt ?ll.lt >.l I'AKHi It is said that over 2,000 people vis? ited the park last Bandar, and thero is no reason to supposo I hat u emulier number will visit it to day if tnu weather is (air. In view of this fact. The Virginian suggests to tlio outer prising manageuiout of the City Rail? way Compony that it would be well to increase the number of...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 28 April 1895

PORTSMOUTH NE WS Tales of Facts and Points of New Occurrences. BANISH LIQUOR FROM CANAAN Song Service. Warrants Signed. A Negro Snatch Thief. Charges Against an OfFicer. To Rush the Street Railway Construction. Tncsilav closes the oyster season. Mr. U. D. Hall seoius to to bu eligbtly Letter. There aro two marriages auuouuoed for tin-, week. The regular election comes oft ou the ELliI day of May. Thursday night will be the time tor the Odd fellows' entertainment. Quite a number of tbe truckers will coiumeuco this week shipping berries. Several parties huvo been made up *o go out Mayiug ou Wednesday morn leg early. Mr. W. II. Hughes, -Jr., of Raleigh, t>. C, is visitiug relatives in Ports mouth, , There aro some iudependeut candi? dates wbo will unuouueo themselves ?bis week. Mrs. Paul 1>. Camp, of I'laukliu, To., 1b io tbe city, tbe guest of Mm. W. J. Hogers, Tbe regular soup service will he held mi tbe Scottsville Baptist Church this aitcruoou ut 2:30 o'clock. Iho?ahool Hoard...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 28 April 1895

ANT But when proof is ottered there should be no doubt. IT'S HARD TO BELIEVE that we can ?fter an H A. S R WITH CARVED BACK LIKE THIS, It is a Dining Chair, nice enough for any home. IT'S HARD TO BELIEVE that we can sell a :ip!i IF; But such is a fact. Von no doubt arc aware that these are hard times, and you want every cent to count. WE WILL GUARANTEE Til AT EVERY CENT WILL COUNT IF YOU DEAL WITH US. Our large shipment of CHOICE MATTINGS ARRIVED THE! OTHER DAY, AND OUR LARGE S?LES SPEAKS VOLUMES FOR PRICE AND QUALITY. OUR STOCK OF H! TT IS V Y LARGE, We think the largest iu the city. As for .juices, it will be necessary Tor you to call, just to see how low we are offering them. This is tho time of year when the babies should have a ride, and no mother should be without a CARRIAGE, when they can buy our of their own trom $6.00 up. Our general stock of FURNITURE, CARPETS, ETC., IS VERY LARGE, AMD THE PRICES ARE DOWN TO THE BOTTOM NOTCH T JUST THINK ! We are selling a very fine ANTIQU...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 28 April 1895

NEWSOF THE STRTE ft! LARGE] Richmond as the Centre of Virginia, Gossip and Events. THE ROANOKE CONVENTION. It Will Be of More Importance Than Was First Thought. The Greater Richmond Movement Pro? gressing Finely. Harmony at Richmond College. Kpeeip.l Dwpatcb to The Virginian. I Richmond, Vn., April '27.?it begins tu look very much as though the Uioet- I r-g to he held iu Hoauoke to consider the question of calling u constitutional Convention would ho a biggor thing j ?,huu was at first thought it would be. *-'iiere will ho several hundred of the snost prominent geutlomou of Virgtuia Vu alteudauce. Itichmoud is going to t'o protty wellreuresented. JIou. Cleo. Christian will he among thoso who ?vill go from lu re and, no doubt, llou. if, Taylor ISliyaon will lio thcro and j'ossihly Congressman Klleti and ox t'oiigrcaBuiuu Wise, as well a9 several others. The movement lookiug to the atinex niion of Manchester to Itichmoud is r;oing along nicely mid noiselessly, Very little is said of i...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 28 April 1895

The Gist of Great and Little Mat? ters Simply Set Down. fJRITARlAN CHURCH SERVICES The Motion Drawn for Retrial of Ed? wards. Deed Recorded. Base \ ball Announcements. Norfolk Presbytery. Yard Loco? motive Damaged. -City Sergeant Barke and Mrs. Bnrko ere m New York. Col. W. E. Uoykio, of Baltimore, sjras in Norfolk yesterday. Bee advertisement of rooms nnd sta? ples (or rent at 108 Bermuda street. Misses Belle Phillips and nnd Mamie Yeale are on a visit to Mrs. R. S. Chris? iian in Richmond. The insurance agents will closo their Jlaces of business from Alny 1st to letober 1st dally at (> o'olock. Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Ellett, of Rioh tnood, are visitiug thoir brother, Mr. ?. B. Lewis, of Brambleton. The Baptist Sunday School Associa? tion meets at the Freemason Street Chnroh this aftsruoou at ^30 o'clock. W, W. Dey, commissioner of tbo revenue, request all persons who re? quire licenses to do busines to coiuo Jorward without delay. ?. Mr. W. Allen Shepherd,employment agent. 100 klai...

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. — 30 April 1895

VOL. XLVUn-NO. l:>7._:gNOUF()LK, Y.A., TUESDAY, ATRIL 30, 1895. pllICE 2 CENTS ID PI? TO lilCinlft The Gunboats Alert and Atlanta Ordered to These Waters.... LI TO PROTECT THE AMERICANS. England Will Grant the Fifteen Days Asked by This Country Before Forcing Payment of the Indem? nity. An Answer Ex? pectcd at Any Time. By Southern AlROOintoJ PrflflS. \Yamn.;ton, April 29.?After sevoral Conferences to-day with Secretary <jresbum and Secretary Herbert, tho Secretary of tho Navy sent dispatches to thecommanders ol tbn United States ?uuboats Aleit aud tho Atlnnta. direct ^ng them to proceed without delay to Ijsuu Juan Del Sur und Greytown, Nicaragua, respectively. The Alert is ut Fauaiun, and it will toko her about n tiny und u half to reach San Juan del Sur. which is Ibe cahlu Station nearest Cor in to, situated about 100 miles below that port. The Atlanta is ut Key West, uud ona make the distance of Toil miles lrom that |ilaco to Urejtowu iu two aud a half day 8, Secretary Herb...

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. — 30 April 1895

I WipBYTil Meeting Held Yesterday at the j Second Church. A CONNECTION SEVERED. The Relations of VV. C. Lindsay With Holmes Chuach Dissolved. Home Mission Committee. Ministers to Visit Vacant Churches. Place of Meeting. A nieetiap of the Presbytery of Nor? folk wat held yesterday ut tbu Seooud Presbyterian Church aud was called to order by the .Moderator, Kev. H. C. Moore, of Suffolk, There were presont the following members: Ministers?J. L. Allison, W. S. Lacy, W. C. Lindsay, E. B. Me Cluer. II. t'. Moore, B, A. Kobiuson, W. A. Slaymaker. Killing Elders, Norfolk ? First Church. \V. B. Bur? roughs; Purk Avenue, O. A. Field, hau einen holmes onuitCH. The Stnted Olerk reported tunt in eocorduuuee with the aetiou required by tho Presbytery ho hnd cited lioltueo Cburch to show cause, if there bu any, why tho request o( Kov. W. O. Lindsay that the pustend relation existing be? tween him aud the churches uudcr bis care be not dissolved, uud he laid be fore tbe Presbytery the rcspuimo of H...

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. — 30 April 1895

THE popular Don't Diet. If you have dyspepsia, indigestion, (labitual constipation or sick headache, don't diet. You need the strength that food food gives. Eat whatever you want, but take one of Dr. Deane's Dyspepsia Pills alter mc.its unul cared. If you are constipated, get bottle with white label, othcru Iscwitli yellow, 4i ?U dragglus. 15 etat*, lead to Bi Tot ftee iample, UK. J. A. DBANB CO.. Kuig>iou, New Vork. w A .v5'B-:i?. *lTEUK(i ro NOTIFY OUI! PATltONS Pit AT M we have withdrawn our iiroktraga Agency ? i Norfolk, V?., and dial tue 'mdmti ha* Iwu ?rani'erred to Mr. i . WADE VaC.H.iN 1?. ' jgAUil .v < <'. a|i2S-10l Ay AN I'Ku- A i>w Fining men of goi -I nddi ? :- ? mi *i ?l.t?tu beard.?Ith light,air* room5, i^. private fauilly at rtaoinarde rate?, MetWn eouveulen of, am null? ?.; I alb. Apply No. SO I .iil. au I slite!. .,?l'-'?--?_ "It* AN PEI??t!o to SUO Church it reel Norfolk, Vn . ?I If you want work ?ftren kind, Orders . .?n fngiuoailj lorn: kind.of rollaU...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 30 April 1895

KSTAnMSttKn 18 .6. FULLISUED EYEBY M0HN1NQ BXCEl'X MONDAY. Y1RQ1NUN BUILDING. MAIN AND COMJIEttCK STREETS. M. gi.knnan. Own! kntcre.t as seooud-class manor. I jAutong the exhibits nt tbu Paris Ex? position will bo n hola in tbo ground a mile deep. Tho tirst issue of tho "Evening JJews," the successor of tbo "Sows and Courier," made its unpeainuoo yestor dav atternoou, with Mr, Sam \Y. Small editor aud publisher. It announces Kk iudepeudeueo "fnnu all rings, cliques and factious iu every relutiou, social, religious nu.I political." It proclaims ihut tbo proutotiou of Norfolk aud its Bisters, Portsmouth and Berkley will bo its labor of love, and in its eil'orU in this respect. Tin. Vikoixian wishes it the full tuoasuro of BUCC0S8. M)ll'lllt:it> oi'iMii\ THE MIU I II. Tbo Philadelphia Telegraph is ovi dentlv waking up. It lino bcou u Ion? time discovcriug the true condition of affairs iu tho South, and thosu who reatl the following extract Irom otio of Us leadiug editorials will won...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 30 April 1895

Tales of Facts and Points of New Occurrences. A CLOUD OF WITNESSES. Forty Come Over Over for the Jim Kind Suit. Pasioral Relations Dis? solved. Port Norfolk Hotel. Lake Dninimond Excur? sion. Carrying a Pistol. Tim circus will bo in town Thursday. Mr. Powell Kastwood was in the city yesUiday. The only meeting this week will be Ibi; School Board. ! ho present Council will rciuaiu in efii b two more months. David White was scut to tbo peniteu tiary for live years fur maiming. David IIoiigcH was .-cut to jsa.il for three months lor stealing u watch. Hotel Portsmouth was bo crowded last night tbut people bud to be turned off, Don't forget tbo Mother (loose pnrty for to night at Monuuicutul M, E. Church. Some of the rcceutly appointed judges of election qualified yesterday bet?re 2dHTor Davis. Messrs. Ii A. Uutt ami K. W. Man fiin went to Wnehiugtou lasl night to wooouipuny thu remains ol Lieut. Tyler, A party ol tweuty-six ladies and gen tlcuii u will visit Lako Druintuond to ruorrow, p...

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. — 30 April 1895

O O int 3 El 1 S ?2 0*??3&o?a?GJ?c?or> o a s ?pCi; ? <o ?3 ? O9a?acceceo09oooco oosoooeoooo irs oooece?o?*ee?????? Made of Fine Black Satine, white lined, extra long waist, sizes 18 to 26, never sold for less than $l.ooa pair. Our Special Price for this sale, 69c. a pair. As the supply is limited to the above quantity don't delay. Fifty Dozen Outing Flannel,, full stee, the proper Skirt for seashore or mountain wear; if you have no use for them now it will pay you to secure them for later. Special Price, I9c. each; no more after these, as Manufacturer's Price is more. ?Read Our List of SPECIAL GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES OF TRESS GOODS. r.incy Weaves, were JOc, ta'.o price l2}o. Ta. y Uli nie . on wer..' 25o,sale pnoo l'Jc. Camel's Hair, Ouahmere nnd Fan des, were 3. e, 35.-, 37c calo price ??C yard. Fine All-Wool Serges, wero 50c, milo price 37c yard. Ticc 11-Wool Sergea. wcro C,"ic, salo price 41c. All 65c, T.'io, Sao, Wool aud Silk Mixtur? a cut to 49c. 10 pieces New Styl...

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. — 30 April 1895

COMKRC?L REPORT. "iiom v nnruvi Bv Southern Associate l l'ro". Nbw Yoai:, April 29.?Moneyou call Ii** b-o:> sjaiv at l?a2 per cent . closing at 11. stiiiuitf ?exokaug? is steady, with actual business iu tmukers' bills at i88!al38) for sixty .lays und ?.?WJalS'.'i for demand. Boated iates.48ya49o?. Commercial bills, i87|n4372. Government Lond?. Arm. Tim stock MAKi.n?ci.osiso tun?. American Cottou Oil 27}; American Cos 501: Ott. iref, 7?}; Aniorican S'uK^r Kefin tr.ts. 109]; An oricau iigas lleflneries.pref. ?5|; American lobucco, 1UU; American To Vacco. pref, lit: Atcbisou, Topoka uul ?Hantn i b, ?;. Baltimore and Ohio. 50); 1 au |lda Pacific. 40; Chesapeake ?ud Ohio. 18}! l'hioagoand Alton, 149; Ohiougo. Burling' ton and C/triucy; 741; 1 bicagoQu* l'ruat, 7:i ; {lehtware au't l.aokawnnna, 159]; Oiitil er* aud tatilo I ee.leiB. I9J I rie. 11?: Brie, ?ref.. 24};<Jeuoral Bleulric, 33): llliuois < su rnl, 91; ;Lake Brio and Western. 20|; Lake lirlc and Western, pref.. 77; l.u'....

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 30 April 1895

Georgia Community Made Up of New Englanders. A MODERN IDEA OF UTOPIA. Demorcst Bars Intoxicating Liquors, Tobacco, Dancing and Colored Folk. Supports No Newspa papers and Upholds Wo? man's Rights. -Thorp is 0:10 spot where tho name of the late VT- Jennings Deuiorest will bo perpetuated. Iji thoinoui 1 tains of north? ern Georgia is a geuuino, full lledged Kew England town. It is tho pretty vil? lage of Denioroet, named after tho fa? mous New Yorker who died recently, In honor of his seal for prohibition. Mr. Deiuorost acknowledged tho compliment by presenting tho town with a bolL Domorcst is n community where vico -4s unknown. It i.- of cotmo a no license ?own. Even tobacco is under tho social ..ban. There axe nearly 1,000 inhabitants. Of thoso hut one is tainted with negro blood?Mary Jones Tromwoll, a young Voiniui in tho employ of tho onlysouth trn "family in the place. Nearly all tho .resfilontB are of Now England origin. FJemorost is a lovely villago, built around au artificial ...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
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