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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 28 May 1895

REV. Daniel F. Warren. D.D., Rector Holy Trinity Church, Jersey City Heights; says: "Dr. Deane's Dyspepsia Pills ?re unquestionably rood. They are. in my ?ipinion, all they claim to be. I have tried them and found In them what 1 needed. 1 believe thev will cure Dyspepsia, anil that is ?ayiii? much lor any medicine, I am glud, therefore, to give my testimony." AC?Udrucgfeto*. "S tru''- S?oJ to u? l?r ? a?? Mmplc. 1>R. I. A. drank CO., Kingston, New York. V! tM I It. YtTANTED? Every colored family buys on sight: M tellable mat) or weal an Itiescu eouuty wauled quick; "lli? hit nf tuj times;' ir.atut niece: s we ever stiuck; money mal' quick, easy and honor ?Uly, salary, romuijes on o? both. Writo Joseph Jt. Gay. ti Fifth avenue, '< blcsgo. uiy2'.i-we,sii,2t YJOARD ?One silicic and one ill uMe 10m can lie I) had with l eu .-. in dc*ltab!*Pa ulity for Jlii pci d. Address A. U. V, Virginian Office, ?aay2S4f AGENTS?Act quickly; Preserving llo >k 8i>oon 6reate>t seilet IS9V ...

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 May 1895

'isnriitLisur.u 1866. T?BUSBED BYEBV MOBHISQ EXCEPT UUNOAY. YIBQiNlaN BUIBU1NO. ? MAIN AND COJialEBCBSlllEETi 11. QLKNNAN. Owskb._ THE CIBCLXAWONOF TUE YlllOlNlAN If LABUEUT IN EXCESS of any other yaper published iu Eaat.-ru Virgluia. {\? circulation ill NortoU and I'orUnioutli it uroaler tlmn that of any paper published or .treu.ate.I in the two oute?. it 'i d*ltror*il in the cities of Norfolk and perttmouth and anhurlM for It) cent, a week, ve.il tub?> riptious, postage paid. Etvu Dellar* par year: Ihre? Dollare for ?ix meaihs. One Dellar aud Kii'ly Cunts for turo? mostht; au.l lilty Oeut? lor one Diente. Ad>ertiitnatnta inserted ut the rate of 75 OtMi iSoA't l'ii.-r ixxturtloN; each aubsc queut iniortien l?\ ?KST8, or 5i ? knts vaey INn 'Tt? KTKBV otuku l'av. Oontrae tert are not aliawod to exee d their spa o or ad>orlite oiber than tbeir legiompto business, oxctpt by paying espouially lor th? same. Tar VfKVki.v VianiMAX am> Cxnoi.lSIAN, eight "pages, i? Kolireied. po...

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. — 28 May 1895

PORTSMOUTH NEWS ein of Pili? cum Interesting News Items Picked Up in All Parts of the City. The Portsmouth Rifles to Return This Week. Fourteen Men Fined for Working on Sunday. Left for Europe. Meetings at Ef fmgham Street Church. It looks ati if it would never atop raining. _ To morrow will bo Memorial Day in Norfolk. Maj. J. F, Crookor aud wifo left last eight for Europe. One ice wagon was delivering ioo ?round the city Sunday. The attendauce at'tbe ball game job terduy wait very large. Read O. H. Cole's advertisement which appears iu another coluinu, ?James W. Hamilton, of Durham, K. C, is iu the city, tie cuuio here to attend bis father's funeral. the sidewalks ore alt sloppy. There Is so much water iu t ho earth that it comes through the bricks. Five drunks was what tho Mayor's docket consisted of yesterday. They wore all lined and departod iu peace. Grimes' Battery will go to Norfolk to morrow as tho guest of tho Blues ?ud will take part iu the memorial vxeroises. I Three colo...

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. — 28 May 1895

WM 1 PEOPLE OFF Going Down to Sea in Ships and Coming In. The Speed For tho Parting Friend and the Welcome for the Coming One, The Overdue Vesssl. Glad to Go and Glad to Get Back Home Again. [Special Corrmwndrncc.] Nrw York, May 21.?"From seeing people off to Europe or elsewhere?good Lord deliver us!" Tho remark came from a most mild and reverent litt le woman. Who could blame her? Tho thermometer was high, and tho pior was like a woodeu oven, the' sun was in her eyes, tho sickly swish of tho muddy looking wator against tho pier was iu her oars, and sho Was left behind. I wonder if tho fortnnato hnlidny taker appreciates to tho full tho self sac? rifice of tho friend who goes down to tho wharf in summer's heat or in win tor's 6tormR to s^ay "goodby." It is such a sad, unsatisfying task. You may like tho friend very much und hnto to see him go; that's ono draw? back. If tho voyager is a woman, you aro laden down with flowers, und yon take many messages you never can at? tend to and m...

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. — 28 May 1895

CBMMERCI&L REPORT. Itloucr Morkot ?T Southern Asuoomto 1 Prag?. Tew Yoiib. Mnv 27.?Money on oall ousy ? t lull per cant . closing at 1 per < ent. Ster thug oxelianga is valter, with aetual busiuess In bankers' bills at 4HSJh4SH for sixty days i\nd 4S75al?s} for demand. Hosted ratoa. 487U4881. Commercial bills, 48?U1S6), Gov afun.ent' bonds, higher. TBR STUCK JIAllKKT?t'LOSINO bids. American Cotton Oil. 281: Anierienn Cot? ton Oil. pref,'78ft American Sugar fteflu ?ritt, 11? i"; An eriean Sugar llefliiorieii.prof. ?if: American Tobacco. 110; American To , fcacco, pref. 113: Atchiaori, Topaka and tfanta Fo. 8J: Baltimore and Ohio, fit: efau ada raciflo, t3|: Chesapaako nnd Ohio. 92?; f/bioago and Alton. ?: Ubloago. Burling? ton anUQuiney, 'II: ChicagoGaaTrnat,74}: jhdawnre ami Lake;?vtnuiia. 16J: Uiatil Sers and ( attlo Feeders. 2:). I'rie. Hi: Krio. rrcf.. 27f;Genaral Electric. 34;: lllmois Cen ral, I'K; l.ako Kri? and Western. 261; Lake Erie and Western, pref.. Ulli Lake Shor...

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. — 28 May 1895

Some Stories of James J. Hill a Self-made Man. Has Just Gained Control of the Northern Pacific. His Habit of Discharging tniplo-, o "?? How he Once Caught a Tartar. A Human Dynamo. The newspapers have latoly had a good deal to say about James .1. Hill of th'e Great Northern railroad, who has lately gained control of tho Northern Pacific system. He need to bo a coal dealer in St. Paul and began his prosperous career as superintendent of a baby road called tho St. Panl and Pacific. This grew into tho Bt. Panl, Minneapolis and Manitoba, covering the wheat country, and now, re? named tho Great Northern, the- Hill sys? tem extends through Montana and into ?ho Canadian northwest. Tho road through Montana was constructed com? plete at the rato of 11 miles a day. The Great Northern is rich, nnd Mr. Hill controls it absolutely. Ho is u man tf marvelous energy und bus no use for a subordinato who cannot keep up with his high presenro guit. Ho h:is the dis agreoablo trait of cutting ofT offici...

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. — 29 May 1895

Walter Q. Gresliam's Funeral Ser? vices to be in the White House. The Only Man Except One Not of the Regular Army Who Has Ever Be? fore Been Honored by the Or? dering Out of the United States Troops. By Sonttiern Associated Press. Washington, May 28.?Walter Qnin ton Gresbatn will receive a soldiers burial. Except John A. Logan, uf Illinois, uu othor man not ol ttio regn lar army has ever before been honored by the orderiog out of tho United ?States troops to attend hia funeral. The preliminary servicee will tnko iilnce in the East Hooin ot the White Kiuse, which has wituessod some tnemorablo obsequies, the last being those of Prcsideut Harrison's wile, but which has never before boon tho ?cono of fuueral services over a cabinet officer. Thero will fnrther bo this distinctive feature in tomorrow's and ceremonies, that the draperies and other accesso? ries will be eutiroly military in oharao fer. The Bag which Uon, Greshuru loved so well, for which ho fought ao bravely, and in whose d...

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. — 29 May 1895

The People bove to Honor the Brave and True. Especially Those Who Gave Their Lives in Defense of What They ? Believed to Be Right, in That Struggle, Thirty Odd Years Ago. The committee of arrangements of Piokett Buohauau Camp, Goufoderote Veteraus, mot last night and made the following arrangements for the obser? vance of Confederate Memorial Day to-morrow: Headquarters ; PlCKKTT BuCHANAH CAITPjC. v., > Norfolk, Va.. May '28, 1895. ) Bpeoial Orders No. 1. The following orders for tho obser? vance of Confederate Momurial Day, on the '20th iustaut, are hereby issued; Owing to sickness, the Cummauiler of the t amp is provcutod from uctiug as Chief Marshal, and that duty will tin performed by First Lieutenant Cum mau der H. C. Wood house. Tho First Division, under command of Col. O. A. Nnsh, will consist of the Fourth Virginia Regiment, the N. L, A. Blues. Suffolk Military Academy Cadets, St. Mary's Academy Cadets and Virginia Division No. 2, U. B. K. of P. This division will form ou...

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. — 29 May 1895

117ANTED?Evety colored fauily buys cn sight: I rslluble mm or woman IneSoh eonuty wanted quick; "th? bit of the II tat?;" ? rtntrst nu te ? we ?vor stiuek; mon-y mate Quiek, HIT and hinor KUy.salary, coinuilsi on or both. Write Joseph It, Uay, Ss'Fi ft h avenue, t hlcago. iny7.!l-we,aii.2l ItllAKLt?tine Singh and onodoubl? ism ran lie l> had with i ca d in desirab'.elht alily for M per tnouth Address A. Ii. C, Virginian i on. .? ?ay2S-tf AGENTS?Act quickly; Preserving Hook Spoon Greatest seilst I8S3. Bend? tout* for full elxe riated peon by sssIL forshee* MAKIN, Cha li.uatl.u._ Svr AN I ld~Men to ? ? 11 !ois in tlie suburbsof *\ Norfolk ?n Mi- iii-.lnliue.il p an. Applv with vccOuioieinlallnns to .' N >. <'. PARKF.i'.fiON. J1S Slain street, Norfolk or JNO. U WATSON, 809 lligb street, Porlsas.utk. my'ie-lw 1) OA P.I'?1 hree c.eiitlemen can get oils large II weM furnished room on ?? mid floor, iu i-ent.al Start uf the city, with board, for ?16 per month <r k by addressing ...

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. — 29 May 1895

11(3 to 1 ehonld drive out gold sod patitute ailver aud paper redeemable eilver iu ite plaou we abould vo a Birjgle eilver staudard iilaotaal monometallism. Iustead of \ug botb gold aud ailver aa we do now larger amounta tbau evor before in r history, wo should iostantly expel e more valuablo metal from the ooun f and make tho othor tbe sole basis our onrrouoy. We bave uow preoti I bimetallism?the nso of botb met we sbould bave thou praotical mon [letall ihili?tbe ubo of ouly one metal money, ThiB is neither sDeoula fpn nor propbeoy, but a conclusion sed on facts establisned by the ex rienoe of all natioua iu all ageB, Get tbe speech and read il, It is in? vesting reading. It will well repay rusal. All who wish to bo posted ould study it. It is a great speech. Mornlne tllurlee. i, dainty daughters uf the dawn, most deli- | oatu uf fluwen, aw fitly do yo come to deck day's inuat do Uoteua hours I Jrokrd by moiulng'u curliest broatb, your frngllo flips unfold I'foru the light lins elu...

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. — 29 May 1895

PORTSMOUTH NEWS A Few Pointers For Those Interest? ed In the City's Populace. Holidays For ihc School Children. The Meetings at Scoltsville and Effingham Street- Personal Mention. Other Matters of Interest. Norfolk Memoria] Day. The LynohburgH play again to-day. Sir. Job 1\ Mitnniug wan at bis dusk yesterday, niter several duye' sickness. A mad dog was killed at Cottage Place yesterday afternoon by Mr. Et. 5. Dodof. Tbe other members of tbe Board of Supervisors qualified yesterday in tbe ?Jouuty Court. Tae ferry steamer City of Norfolk Imp just been repainted. Hbe looks tike a new boat. Tbe only business in tli9 Mayor's Court yesterday was one drunk. Ue |iaid the usual Uuc. A number of petty cases wero dis Jiosod of by Justices Butter and iaynes yesterday. Mrs, F. D, Gill gare an excursion to tbe lake to a number of her friends yesterday on tue Crissio. Tue school children will have holi? days again to morrow aud this will be the last until sobool closes. Mr. W. N, White has just fi...

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. — 29 May 1895

MII1S1LSPI1 Tjie National Civil Service Commis? sion Stands Between Them, New Members of the Recently Reor? ganized Commission. Origin and . Growth of the Civil Servico Reform Movement in the United States. ?fce present United States civil serv? ice law and the civil servico commis? sion intrusted with its execution aro .the creatures of tho movement which waa seriously begun in the United StatcB in 1871 against tho doctrine that "to the (political) victors belong tho spoils" (of oflieo). To the late George Yfilliam Curtis, probably, most credit for thiB lnw is properly dne. Ho started tho move? ment at least 30 years ago. In 1871 President Girant appointed commission? ers to draw up rules for the regulation of the civil service, but tho views sot forth by the commission wort) not in ac? cord With thoeo of the president, and nothing of any consequonoo cumo of its deliberations. In 1876 a> oivll service leaguo was formed in tho stato of N*w York, but it languished until 1880, when...

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. — 29 May 1895

COMMERCIU. BEPORT. niuiinv Market Bv Southeru ABSooiatert 1'ross. ?mw VoiiK. Muv 58 ? Money on call oisy et Uli per cout , clojing Ht 1 per tout. Ster? ling exehauKe in nrm. with aolual business In bankers' bill* at 487a487t 'or sixty days end 4C8al89; for demand, l'ostod ratos. ?B71a488j. Commercial bills, 480ia4e?l, ?ov cCuuisut bonds, in in. TBE STOCK MAnXF.T?CI.0.SINO BIOS. American Cotton Oil. 271: American Cot* ton Oil. l ret". 761: An.ericau liugar Heflu eriis, 116; An erican Sugar Kefiueries. pref, ?'.'?; American Tobacco. 515: Ainorican To bacco, nrer, 113; Atcliiaou, Topeka and (auta l o. 7j: Baltimore and Ohio, 03: Can? ada Tacilic. 52; Chesapeake and Ohio. 22}: Chicago and Alton, 151): Chicago. Burling? ton andOuincy. >9k\ Chicago Qai Trugt.731; Lelaware und Lekcnwanna. too; Dista? ler? and t attle Feodors. HI): Erie. Hi: Erie, fcrei.. 26}; Gruoral Kleclric. 34i: lllnioiB Cen? tral, 96; Lake Erie and Vv es tern, 24{; Lake fcrie and Western, pref.. fcSi iJtko Shore, fW...

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. — 29 May 1895

Some are Ugly and Some are Really Beautiful. There ore Many Variations of the Blouse. Heavy Billow Crcpons Made Crosswise. Some New Plaid Silks. Description of a Mourning Gown. {Special Oorreej-ontlence.l jn*?VT Yokk, May 21.?Some of tho Styles shown now aro really beautiful, but others aro so ugly as to be startling and to attract the eyes by sheer force, and one wonders tb:it sneh things can be. For instance, thcro was o, gown of tho Most pronounced paquin stylo, which means that it is wido and fall und stiff and laid in deep folds, as far as tho bkirt is concerned. No trimming mars its smoothness around tho bottom. I should hav? mentioned that tho material used tffaa thick satin duchess of tho exact NEW BLOUSE DKKS3ES. Shade of be&seiner steeL Tho lower parts ?f thfj sleeves were of tho satin, whilo tho onormons puffs woro of tho deepest magenta. Thero was ulso a band of tho magenta color down tho front of tho waist Another gown nearly like that was of light terra cotta glavo...

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 May 1895

IMY?R PEIJIT WILL RESIGN His Disagreeable Position in Police Board the Cause, Mis Honor Interviewed Last Night by a Virginian Reporter, He Will Not Say Anything to Cause Further III Feeling Between Himself and the Commissioners. Mayor Charles W. Pettit, the official bead of tho niuuicipnl government, has decided tu resign his uffioe aud retire to tho uiauagemeut of hia trausporta tiou liuo to North Carolina and his machine works iu this city. Hut tho most etnrtliug feature of the etory, nt.d thi stiilemeut is made by those who urc in u position to know, ia that Mayor I'otlit's successor is to bo no less a person thau Muj. D. Hum f)hreys,wbo,it iaalleged has beeu itchiu? lor the official control of tho city. Major Humphreys is a well known figure iu local politics und was a prom? inent factor iu tho l'rohihition move tneut iu the last municipal campaign. Mho. reason for Major Pettit'a pro? posed withdrawal from otlioiul life would appear ou tho face of thiugs to Le that he needed uiu...

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 May 1895

ciiiEipflf?flT f Concluded'fron* first page.] i'i:. lacy's ORATION. Wo meet to day, friond aud fellow countrymen, iu obedieuce to the iu Btinot of nature, to pay homage to those who dared for us aud who sleep their lon^ sleep. It is lilting that wo should, iu this simple way, hallowed now by usage, show our rovereueo by scattering memorial blooms over tbo graves of our honored dead. Nature gives the bountiful and suggestive ex? ample. Time Roftoue aud levels the rudo hillock where door ones lie buried to a gentle aud graceful ludulatiou, and covers the garnish red claw with gar? niture of green and gold. Thu forcBt are gay with leafy bauuere. The birds siug i? the vcrduous branches. Tho eweet South winds soughs aud sighs through the swaying boughs. Flowors bespangle the happy earth, nua one feels iudeed that "ibe winter is over , and gone, that "Spring, with that namclc? path<? In tlis air, which dwells wit? -II things fsir. Spring, with hrr gulden Min mi I ilivcr ram, Is sith us...

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 May 1895

Dr. Deane's\ CICK HEAD \ ? acme is us Dyspcpsia/11^ causccl hl J r r / indigestion. If [you take Dr. JrlllS V Deane's Dyspcp / sia Pills, you Cure Sick i won't have sick \ headache. Headache. I Send lo us tor a free sample. / PR. J. A. DEANE CO., At nil druggists', :5c / Kingston, New York. WANTKIs* ?0R BALE r,,?,!-n|ooii Ouitit, Caldnel Burback, Mirrors, Counter, Partitions, Be?r 'itnips. etc , cheap to qun-k buyer, A|ptr la a. J. "ALTON, 38 Brewer streit my30-3l \l'ANTl.lei> ..1 |?:> iiv l.-vs on siitlU; m reliable man or woman In card count j wanted ankk "th* hit of the lliuts;' r ai t .- u 0*1 ws ?>er struck; money niaJ.i quick, easy and beaor (bly. salary, roninilsslon or both. Write .losrpli :. i.iay, 5> Fifth areUlle, i htcagO. Msy39.we,Slli2l UOAKD? Out tingle arid i>ne double ro in can In J) hud nith 1 1 s 'I 1m desitabte'lo aluy forfeit) pci ?.uns Address A. Ii. C, Vlrgtutau Orticc .utvJJ-lf AtjENTS?Act quickly; Preserving Hook S|u n Oreatett seilet IS9.">...

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. — 30 May 1895

r.- . IB1 ' u i '> l8t>5. PUBLISHED KVF.BV M0BN1NQ EXCEPT MONDAY. V1KQIN1AN BUILDING. HAIN AND COMHKllCB STREETS. M. OLENNAN. Owsr.u._ THE OIHOULATIO.NOF THE VIRGINIAN u LABUEIA' IN EXCESS of nay other issuer published in East i u Virginia. -ik oirculath'u in Norfolk aud i'ortumotith is Ktcator tiiitu that of auy pnpor published viroumied'in the two cities. ? ,t is delivered in thr cities of Norfolk and Portsmouth and suburb.* for 1u ceut* a week. S ail *'ll><' riptions. i'ostigo paid. Fit.- Dollar? per yoar; Three Pollars lor -ix months. One Dollar ami Fifty Ceuts lor tlire? months: an I l iity Ccuts tor ouo ntont'. ..... ? -- Advertisements inserted at the rate ol n CtMv a SeiiAt kKium in-i i:ii"^: each subse? quent insertion :>7i Ckxts, or G > Uknti witsK isski-ran Kvanv otueb uav. Contrao tors are not ?howed to o\cO'd t< oir spa o or advertise other tlisn their logitituste business, except by paying especially for tb v same. TBK WllM.y VmOlSIAS nm' (UllOMSlA...

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. — 30 May 1895

PORTSMOUTH NEWS Found in the City by Energetic and i Enterprising News Gatherers, j Workmen Find an Old Wharf, The Game This Morning. He Received a Load of Bird Shot. Converts at Effingham Street M. E. Church. Olher News. There was no docket iu the Mayor's Court yesterday, AH the schools will be closed to-day iu houor of Memorial Day. Tho old wood dock will be nearly filled up by Saturday night. There was nothiug of interest done ln',the County Court yesterday. Attention is culled to udvurtisoinout of C. \Y, liudgius & Co. in another column, A largo number of ladies wont over to Norlolk yesterday afternoon to see the parade, Tho ferry Btenmers woro Hying their Colors yesterday iu honor of Memorial i m y in Norfolk. Work ou the union depot is goiug on very nicely. It will uot bo completed Sur some time yet. Jas. Wilson wus senteuoed to two years in the penitentiary in tho Couuty Court yesterday for forgery. Mrs. W. H. Hughes and daughter, of Hsleigb, N. C, is visiting the lamily ...

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 May 1895

Queer Instance of Insanity Caused by Football. One of Carpmael's Eccentricities is His Belief that His Wife is Men? tally Unsound. Violent Exer? cise Injured His Nerves and He Kicked Her. The developments in tho case of the Toland medical student, E. D. Oarp rsrf?l of Berkeley, who is seeking to havo his wife sent to an insano a>sylnm, reveal oue of the straugest instances of mauiu in tho history of insanity. According to Mrs. Carpmnel, hor hns band is insane, and one of tho eccentric? ities of hiB mania is his belief that his vrifo is nnsonnd mentally. Both Mr. and Mrs. Carpmael aro English people. Mrs. Carpmaol says that three, yonrs ago her husband rhstrio nlated at the University of Ijondon with great honors nnd promised to bo r.no of tho brightest students at that in? stitution of learning. He was youiiK and of> very fine and delicate nervous Organ? isation. Ho became infatuated with football and played with great /.est. The violent exercise injured his nerves nud has pla...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
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