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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 22 May 1895

A FAITHFUL SENTINEL Eo ouaiidino onf. ov \Jucx.t. Sam's port aus RXLATkS uis EXPRRTKNOt. VYrasurv Department. V. S. imrniqreffoti I Strplrc, JlujMto, Jr. 1". 1 WOnLD'8 lll*)'KKSAttT M KDlOAIi ABSOCtA TION. Ilutlulo, N. T.: Dear Sir* From oariy i-Mldbopd I bavo Buffered from a slujjnib liver with ell the Disorders ueeompr.nylii?! ftiicfa it eompanlon. Klocturs' pt'0<OTOTOOai und pelCnt medi? cines I bnvo used in abundance ; tuey only fACtordod temporary relief. I was rocom lupndod. to try Dr. ricroo1? Fl'-Raam PrRcta, I did ko. ink In if tlireo at uhjht und two after Guar? antees a OR 5IONBT UETfJUNED. Sinner every day tor two wuakn, I then re uoed the do** to ono "t'vllot" every duy !nd ooiiUmvS this praetioo for two months, bnvo fn six montlw ineroascd to solid esh, twenty-six pounds. I Bin iu better ccilth lliun 1 have liee.n hIuco ebildbood. IrowHlnose aud uupl?nnant feelings after tueale buve eoiuplotuly disappeared. Rci-pectfulfy yours, U.S.Inspector of Immigration. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 22 May 1895

kstadushed IS.5. r?BUSHt? KVEBV. MOUSING ICXCEIT ? .MONDAY. YMOINIAN BUILDING. MAIN AND COMMKHCJJ STltl&BTS. M. OfJiNNAN. Owner. THBOiROULATIOXOF I'UK \ i mil MAN is LABQKLl LN i. U?S3 <t ant oib<-i i ?1h.t published in Has ru Vit slum. Its eircnlati u ? Nor.oN nitt] I'ortsraontli is creator lllKII th it uf Htiv paper |i ibli III I or ciiouiate I iu the two oitie*. t * delivoreil iu tho cities of N.?r.' >l ? aau poi utnotith mii s i r.' lor ID ??c:;-. * vuek. ? ?:l ' lb ript 'tis. i '..i ro . o i Fiv.- Dollars per .ie.?r; !lni-e Dollars is months. One l?oh?r nu.i Fifty i ? ";- '"r thro- in lbs; an i Fifty Oeuta lor one mont . Aii .ertirenneiK iusertc1 i.t tlie rsts of .? CCNIS A s .1 a k i""iii- 1 insertion: os UsUi- ? quoiit ir.eortiou 7 i kntk, or ."? ri vuknin-i rttit KVKin oiiir.li tiAY. t'oulrao? tors ate not sllowad to exce I I sir spa * or advertise oilier than thair legitimste business, except by paying especially fur ttie IRlhe. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 22 May 1895

Local Jotlets From the Memoranda of a Hustling Jotter, Advice to the Ball Players. He Thinks The Virginian a Good Advertis? ing Medium. A Free Fight. Chicken Thieves. Knocked Down tor Impudence. To-morrow will lie election day. Friday will be memorial day in this City. I hero was no dookct in the Mayor's Court y esterday. '1 he work ou the Texas is boiug poshed ulieuil rapidly. Admiral Brown and family went to Lake Drumtaood yesterday. Tno streets have been thoroughly cleaned by the heavy rums. The ram yesterday afteruoon greatly interfered with all outdnur w.irk. j There was a row among a Lumber of ?bin'inn on King street lust nicht. Tho Raleigh excursionists returned boDie yesterday and reported having tiud an excellent time. The School liounl "ill havo to bold s> me< ting on tho 1st of dune to arrange lor the commencement exercises. The two courts were engaged yester - Slay in counting: the election ballots bo Joro turning them over to the Consta tiles. Reli...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 22 May 1895

liilii mm Great Historical Play for the Cotton States Exposition. Atlanta Proposes to Show the Com? mercial as Well as the Artistic Side ol the Drama. The His? tory of De Soto. Mrs. Lit? tleton's Plans. It Is tho object r * every great fair or exposition to present to the world :?ome enterprise it has not known before?to leave sor.to mountnent, as it were, to mark its success. At the last exposition of Paris there was the lafTal tower, tho World's fair had its Woman's building and tbo Ferris wheel, while rlic Cotton States and Internationa] exposition will present, runnug other tilings, the first druniatio exhibit from nn artistic and commercial atandp? >i it. There have boon 80 called dramutio exhibits, bnt tbey ?warn always on an individual basis, ex? cluding the general participation of tho dramatic world. When tho idea of thin exhibit was first considered by tho woman's board last October, Mrs. M. L. Littleton pro posed to undortnke the organization of such an euterpr...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 22 May 1895

tllouev ?larkol Kv Southern AmociRtci.l Prom. \sw York, Mnv 21.?Money on cull o.sy at lall per cent , closing at Ij | or cent. Vterling e,\eliau};o in tt ou.;.?ilii actual biwi a.u-> In bankers' I.ills st iS7a487| for sixty ?tiivs :md 48Snl8*J for dem nil. Posted tnt'es. 488a4S9. Commercial bills, 185ja4801. UoVttnnwiit bonds, firm. IHK stock MARKET? closiso dim. luioi ican Cotton Oil. 281; American Oot to:: Oil. i ro''. i5J: American Sugar U??u ?r i>, 11\; An erunu ' i c,ar I'eflneries.pref, <'.?'.: A...:, I'obacco, 108}: American To STUCCO, )?ref. 112; At.-liicOU, Topoka nnl t'aiita re, 8. lialiimoro and Ohio, 03\: Cuu *?'? i'ai inc. "i{. Chesapeake nu I 'Mm", 221; ?.bioago ami Alton, IW; Chicago Hurling tpnaudQuiucy. 79i; i hioagoGns Trust, 7;?|; ?Delaware anil l.akoawuuua. 1021; Distil? lers and Cattle I seders, 23] i riu. 121; Krio. ?Trf.. 27; Qcneral i leolric, 33J: HI noil <on iral, 841; Lake Erie anil Wosteru, 21!) Lake 97riu and W...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 22 May 1895

[??Ulli tWl How a Railroad Engineer Proved Himself a Hero. He Was Stunned and Surrounded by Red Hot Coals and Burning Steam, Bui Stuck to His Post and Ap? plied the Brakes. His Mi? raculous Escape. Tip to lost week .T. W. Taylor, a vet? eran engineer of tho Ne\v York, New Haven ami Hartford railroad, better known Dill Taylor, was known by everybody along tho line ru? a hearty good fellow, witli a kind word for ail. an excellent and precautions "runner" ttnd was generally supposed to be' 'made tip" of the kind of natal tbal uever shrinks. Today he,is a proved hero. H'j bas faced the nior.t terrible of diuigors, and evou when thrown suddenly with? out tbo least warning within the very jaws of death, into a literal "hell of lire," staid within this seething fornnco long enough to perform his duty, uu almost incredible act of heroism. It wn6 dark, and tbo stillness of the Bight was dishirbcd only by the onrush and whir of the ponderous train. Bill Taylor's p<'t is engine No. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 23 May 1895

Veterans of the Southern Cause Warmly Welcomed in Houston. The "Bonnie Blue Flap;" Recalls Many inspiring Incidents of the ..ar. Miss Winnie Davis Receives a Grand Ovation. Gen. Gor? don M.'tkes a Speech. Br Southern Associated frei?. BquSTON, Tex., May 21.?It watt 0:")0 o'clock tfueu Geti. Joliu Ii. Gor ou tuountrd the platform. I In win looking the picture Of health and Lowed a graceful acknowledgment rs Mic tho crowd greeted him with lotnl ?jud long continued npplatife. Presi? dent Cleveland, of tho Confederate \'eteraun Relief Association, intro? duced Chaplain Gen. J, \V. .Jouos, who opened thu meeting with prayer. He Culled upon the (iod ol Abraham. Itiune and .Jacob, tkit* God of .lell'ersou Davis, to be with the veterans at thin reuuioo; to be with them in their deliberations; to bless every section of our common Coutitrv; to bless the maitned Confed? erates here nud at liotne and rallO tip frionda to eat a ihem iu days to come. President Cleveland followed iu n lirtL'f addr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 23 May 1895

iiuiituoiii Its Seventh Annual Commence? ment. A Very Prosperous Year. The Class of '"95" Numbers Twen? ty-One, Eleven Young Men and Ten Young Women. A Fine Programme Was Arnanged and Carried Out. The seventh annual commencement exercises ol Norfolk Mission College occurred l'uesday, hegiuuiug at 10:30 b. m. The class of ';'?"> numbers twenty one?eleven yotiu men and teu young womeu. Of these tw Ive w>. re chosen by the faculty uu>l olasa ;or perform? ances on commencement day. The threatening weather lutt-rUrc t slightly yritb tbe attendance, yet the large chapel was crowded with an apprecia? tive audience of Norfolk's best colored people, together with some uf the white friends of the institution. The pro? gramme was as follows: Music, Triumph, march, Albert Nei big. Prayer. Music, overture^ Le? benslust, Latauni; salutatory, Uoorgo K Moore; The Force that Wins, Vir? ginias Carney; music, Jolly fellows, waltz, R Vollstedt; Tbe Cold of that Laud is ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 23 May 1895

THE POPULAR Vet*-, s^^^^^^asy M!LD AND PURE, M1KCTACTVMD ?V ALLEN & QINTER lac Auxailci* TOBACCO Pi \T ? K'B'Rtka \\r.\ATI l> tt'lilte Iiot ..... in i vfjtn of nge tu U ditvadelivi v wajjoii Apply at IM Cbutub ?tract. KWIXKFORDM Alt.SI.XlU I.I in 1 \ Y'ATEH. my--1 M'AWI.I I i? .ii>ii in IUI? ami albircnt lowiia 11 an ! i-oiin ie- :? take ?id ra !.;. ? (tuple I - Ail mi.i ...i.i > patented article. <";.....I terms ami exclusive errilory. n a WJ Mala iticet. AY \1/ANTED??Young n-.an to Irani n proles* m ~.11 ? i v paid whlli iiarnin^. Addreaa Vir? ginian. inj.S-ll ?Svanti:ft Mala r.nrsa in Ucsi.ltal Ex? it |.ri i, lie "I man preferred. Addrisi Vir- | a/*ulau. iuy2.'-ll BN AND BOVS wanted at lb* Xomol.K I III IT l'AUl'AOE WO?KS. in) ...-:: a N l KU \ cnod nil around m II man mind Im ati|iikluted ?Uli nut. lumry. IIOX "I, ort Newa,Va. iiiyj'- i* * \ N1 ! |i- it Otts! - AXDCOWdT? IMstt ifii Terms, rcaaenablr. Aptlv to c. P.. &am...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 23 May 1895

Estam.imu o IS 5. PUBLISH BD EYrZUY. MOUSING KXGEl'l' , .MONDAY. Y1K01NIAN UUIL-DINO. MAIN AND i OMMEKCB STHBEXS. M- G.L.KNNAN. OivM.ii. thb oiuoula'j ionof rar. \ iikhnian is liAUUKIA' IS KX?ESS ul nu othi i i.auiir published i" BmI i u \rir^iu..i. Its circulation tu Norfolk miii l'orumolith lf greater ilian that of ntiy papei published or encuinte.i iu the two oitiei*. it i? delivered in tb. cities ?r Norfolk .iml i portHinuuth and suburbs tor to cent* a vt-ek. Mail snbi riptlon*. i.'-ii?o paid. Fiv-- liollnr* per v'ear; Hire's I'-.iiare hji 11 moiitbe. Una Dollar aud fifty Cent* for threi mouths; an>l Fifty Oiut- lor ona montb. .. Aiivarthcmrnts inserted nt the mto ot CsMSA ? .LA. K fc'iaVT IN ? i riTIKN; Oil b SUbke* tpiont insertion S7J Cknts, or 6 Witts inm i ?ii:i> Kvitav muru u\v. Contrac? tors are not nllo?o.l to exea I ' cir apa a or advertise otbrr llinu tlioir lok'" butto business, except by payiiik especially for tbO KHlllf. TBe Wekki.v VinrtiM*? ?...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 23 May 1895

PORr?MOUTH MEWS Closely Condensed Paragraphs of local Events. Sentenced to the Penitentiary. Will Formulate a Report. Expecting Orders. Carrying Concealed Weapons. Oilier Matters ol General interest. (Election day. 1 ortbuiuiuti uill play tlio feto rsburg Clut) for tili' next three dat I, Tlie remains of .11 r. Uulhrie will be biuiighi beru lor interment. 1 be mull trniu ou tlie Seaboard Air Lino ban been lute fur several night*. beiuo of tbe parties wbo wout tu tbe IjuUo Tuesdny experienced a rough time. (Jut of tbe live games tbut .Uiebmcnd I ? lost Portsmouth Lue won two of them. The memorial exercises will be beld tn front of tlie luuiitimcut to-iuorrow eficreoon ut ? o'clock. Grimm' liattery tire expeetiug orders ( i leavo for Pocuhoutas tit uioNt any time. The boys me auxions to go. The ttepublicaus bud speaking at the Tabernacle on County t-troel exteuued lust night. Hold and others bpuke. 1 ho direotors of ttiu cotton laetory tield a meeiiug lat-t night to dieousa ?ouie prop...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 23 May 1895

One of Illinois' Active Workers the Cause of Woman. Mrs. Celia Beau. Mrs. Cleveland in Demand as a Writer. Gentlemen Housekeepers. A Code of Honor for Women. Mrs. Mary E. Holmes. Mrs. Mary E. Holmes, who was re? cently elected president of tho Equal Suffrage association of Illinois for the tenth time, has been in nctivo work as an educator and reformer for many years. Shownsfor several years a teach? er and always took advanced grounds in Introducing the latest and newest meth? od*. She taught in Peoria, Ills., und in Berlin and Oslikosh, Win. Mrs. Holmes and her husband, Rev D. E. Holmes, wcro members of the first faculty of the Oshkosh Normnl school. A failure of Mr. Holmes' health made a change to ti business life a ne? cessity, and Mrs. Holmes widened her pphero of usefulness bv beginning the reform work that has occupied so much of her titao for the last 20 years Her home was in ttalva. Ills., where her husband was engaged in tho lumber business until about tlireo years ago, wh...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 23 May 1895

COIKHCIIL REPORT. .v MurUtjt 1!t Southern Associated Pro?*, tftrw Vonn. Mav 29. ? Vonev on call oi^r at lall per rent. closing nt I! roi cent, sterling exchange is st< a?y.with actual busi? ness lu bankers' bills a' 4j7|al87j for sixty Cays nQ.i lH8}a!84i for demand. Posted tales. 488a489. 1 omni rcial bills, 4tv.i;a487. Cot runout lou is, linn. Tim kt? u v laai t?unostxu inns. American Cotton Oil. 28: American Cot? ton Oil. i re .'ft: American Sugar Uc fin li en. 117:: K-.' eruan sugar Retiiioriex.pref. it: sYmei cm I'obaeoo 1071; Auierioaii To acco, pref, IIS; AtoliiNOu, Toveka au I Hiiia 1??.";: Ualtiraore and Ohio, 83: ('au a.'a Pacific. 511: Chcsapenke and Ohio. 22|: rkicago aud Alton, I'll: Chicago. hurling* tiiianilQnfney. 7< . Chicago Qua i nut, 7i{: claware and Lakoawanna. 102. Diatil b?rs ami ? attla I'eo iere, 211 Trio. 121: Brio, er, f., 27; General Kleetrie. 34: llluioia Cen? tral, 91; Lake Erie aud Woatorn. 21; Lake ^ riir and Western, pref.. 79};...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 23 May 1895

Some People Can Be Honest When It Pays Them. iVHss X Did Not Receive the Note, But a Charitably Inclined Woman Did. Tho Hen Chose a Strange Place to Hatch Her Young. An old resident of Rochester recently related au experience which illustrates in a rather striking fashion tho mean? ness and i 'shonesty which persons es? teemed by the community will descend to when thoy consider themselves se? cure from discovery. "Some years ago," ho paid, "I re? ceived a uoto from a youug woman, tho daughter of a friend of mine, which puzzled me greatly. She stated that she had run in debt to a considerable amount above her allowance, nud that several shopkeepers had threatened to Bend their bills to her father unless settlement should bo made within a certain time. Sho eaid she had been in similar diffi? culties several times before, and that her father had satisfied tho creditors "ii her promisiug to iucnr no debts in the future. His unger on tho last occasion had been so great t hat she feared t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 24 May 1895

VOL. L?NO. 4. PRICE 2 CENTS The Fusion Ticket is Eleoted by a Large Majority. The Election in the County Passed Off Quietly. About 60 Per Cent, of Total Vote Polled. Party Lines Were Not Drawn to Any Great Extent. The eleotion took plaoa in Norfolk County yesterday aud tue fusion tioket was eleoted by majorities ranging from eoo to 1,200. The returDS show that about 60 per eont of the total voto was polled, which Is a small vote considering tbe bard work of tbe candidates fur tbo past ?i'xty days. Tbe eleotion passed oft quietly and fvt none ot tbe voting plaoes did any disorder oocur. Ho far as Tun Virginian,is informed 1Q0 charges of frauduluut voting bun been made. At Bevorul of tue pre ciuota tbe vote was kept by clerks rop vesenting tbe vnrioue candidates, aud atissnpposcd thru their count is cor? rect. The caudidates elected are, ^'rjaasurer, S. W. Lyous; Sheriff, A. C. Cr'oniwoll; Commonwealth's Attorney, It, O. Marshall; Commibaiouer Ko vo? gue. First District, J. D. Moore; ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 24 May 1895

MEETING Of POLICE BQHRD The lawyers Taken to Task, Offi? cers Need Protection. Leaves of Absence Granted. Public Inspection. Want to Be Detec? tives. The Case of Officer Wade Continued Till Next Meeting. The Boaid of Police Commissioners tuet iu regular session yesterday after noon at the Mavor'B office at 5 o'clock. Present?Messrs. Boltou nud Verdier, Commisviouers. In the absence of Mayor Pettit.Capt. Boltou was called to the chair. The resolution passed at a former session of the Doard,grunting the uiuiu bera of the police force a seven days" furlough, was, on motion of Mr. Vor dier, ordered to go into effect at once, aud that the leave of abseuco he in the order of application, one luilough to 0> ich relief. It ?as ordered that tho members of the force appear in their new summer Uniforms on Tuesday, the 'JMh iiiht., and that there be a public inspection of tho force on the City Hail gtecu tit 12 o'clock on that day. 'Ihe application of Officers Wyuu and Curtis to be a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 24 May 1895

SUFFERED FOR 12 YEARS. Oreide. (formerly Enterprise,) 1 Taylor County, W. Va. f WOrtLS'S DIBPEMBAIIY MEDICAL ASSOCIA? TION. Buffalo. N. Y.: Gentlemen - A heart overflowluir with gratitudo prompts me to write you I wolvo lue? weary years I Buffered 'u^lneSe" rangeniont Mid at last was given up by my physi clan to die, be? sides spend i las almost \b1I we had. i After five \m o n t h 8' 'treatment with your Doctor Ploroe'8 Favorite Prescrip? tion. I now enlov most excellent health. I Vould. to-daj, have been In my grave, and loy little children motherless, bad it not Lean for you and your medicine. I will recommend your modtclne as long na I live. If any one doubts this, give ury namo and ?Jdress. Yours sincerely. Mrs. MALVINA WILSON. Mrs. Wii-son and cntLD. Sf TV WANTKUi XyANTLD-Four colored agrnK Apply at It once. A. (i. UHODK8 A CO., Church St re t iny-M-at* TJJANTED?Live men la thi. ami adjacent towns W sal rounitss to lake orders by sample, Use? ful aim mlable patented article, (...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 24 May 1895

Fj?TAHMMiv:r> I806. PUBLISHED EVEBY MOBNINQ EXCEPT MONDAY. YIKQINUN BUILDING. HAl? AND COMMENCE 8T BEETS. M. OLENNAN. Owsr.it. THKOinom.ATIOSOF THE VIUOINIAM U LAUU1SLY IN liX.Cfc.-S o( an., other \avtji nubliflicd iu Ea<: ru Virginia. He circulation in NorroK and Portsmouth i? groctar than that of nny paper published tjr oicu ato tin the two o.tic. ,t a dalivertd iu tbe cittca or Norfolk and, por>mouih and nuo.irb! lor 10 ceuu a ? wtfk. Vail ? b rlptiont, iioataga paid, j FiVa Dollar per year; Three Dollar? for mx monthi. One Dollar mn! titty Cent- for tlirar mouth*: an 1 1 itty Oeuts lor ouo in on i ? ... A<t\erliienunts> iuforte.l at tho mto or ? > Ckvis a Sm a . K l'*lltM INHEBTlON; each aUOse ouout iniertiou :>7} Cunth, or 6'i Ousts ?M.N IKhUTKU KrMt OTHEll HAY, 1'ontra.C tors are not aHoweJ to ovca.-d tbair apa o or at', evtite oliier than their Ie?i uiiato busiurH?, except by paying especially lur tb...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 24 May 1895

PORTSMOUTH NEWS NEWS ?MITL! Publication of Occurrences as They Take Place, Day by Day. The Old Wood Dock. Selling Cabbage Without a License. A Marriage. Personals. Fined for Drunk? enness. Her 6th Birthday, Other Matters. Memorial Day. All the schools gave holiday's yeater dnv until Monday. The second torpedo boat for the Texas was lauucbed yesterday. Mr. Charles Kearn is iu the oity Visitiug Liu mother and sister. Cbiekeu thieves raided seven places Id Hcotttville Wednesday uight. Thursday next will bo Federal Memorial Day a national holiday. A number of the stores will oom ruonoo cloaiug at "i p. m. uext month. There is a scarcity of flowers caused by the ooutinued ruins and cool wea? ther. The doctors and druggist will soon play a game of hall for the benefit of the hospital. Tuo Portsmouth Junior Kitles will take au active purt iu the Memorial ex? ercises to day. Hon. .loaeph T. Lawless, Seoretary of Stale, wus iu the city yesterday and paid this ottice a social call. Central Su...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 24 May 1895

Colonel Cockerill Discourses trie Spartans of Asia. Their Fine Soldierly Bearing. When Once Roused They Do Not Know What Fear Is. Not Yet Thor? oughly Tested. Love of Country Their Slogan. The favorite discussion in foreign oir o'te.s here just now is the probable future of Japan from a military standpoint It Is beld that while Japan has shown won? derful skill, alortno.?3 and eonrage in her war with China she mot with such ellgbt resistance that one cannot judge rightly of her real fighting capabilities. It is difficult to fiud an Anglo-Saxon who can be induced to beliovo that a Japanoso army can bo created which will stand up man to man aud faco such troops as Kngland, Germany or tho United States could put in the Held. Of coarse the fighting persistency and endurance of tho Japanese in modern warfare have not been tested. We know that the Teutonic and Aunlo-Saxon races will fight all day and get up next morning and begiu where they left off. Wo Vnow that iu prolonged sieges, maro...

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