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Mayor's Message to the Common Council, of the City of Portsmouth...June 30, 1892

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REPORT OF THE HEALTH OFFICER.

No Report received from the Health Officer, and no excuse offered.

REPORT OF THE CLERK OF THE MARKET.

PORTSMOUTH, VA., July 13th, 1892.

To the Hon. J. T. Baird, Mayor:

SIR-In compliance with your request of the 8th inst., I have the honor of submitting the following as a report of the Market, for the year ending June 30th, 1892:

The following is the amount of revenue from the Market: Two thousand nine hundred and thirty-eight dollars and forty-eight cents ($2,938.48).

The butchers are now occupying a temporary Market House. The hucksters will occupy a shed built on the south side of said Market House erected over the old wood dock, at the east end of County street. The Market is in a fine sanitary condition

Very respectfully your obedient servant, E. N. GRANT, Clerk of Market.