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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 19 June 1895

BOARD?Odo linslc room tan be had with board In desirable kcaltty lorSIGpr? uioutb, AOiliesi A. B. i ., Virginian clm-.-. _ j. lV-u VV/'AMKD - A girl lo do k?a?r?l housowork. At> ?J ply ai New Codea Ii.. sc, M < liiir.li -t. Jl i'.'lV Vv'ANi'Ki'? F.xprilmred r.-:t.niranl rook, uiale M or female; al?o ctrl lo wait in ie*aui-anl and alo chamber w?rk. Addmi "KOSBLAND i 1." I?. ' tj'biebua, Va. "? "\\' ANTKD? To ie:n Hire ? rcoirs. well loi .ne.l, lo ? aniilv wiih.'iii children; "?rin-. suedein'.c; ?efercuiei exchanged. Address B., care Virgin, tau. _Jgtg- M "LirANTED?By l-i < 01 ila-r, two communicating t> i l n: . i ? 11.1 f.'. I ro ni ? West lud. I ?V . taerfolk Virginian 0 u . JulHH* Ulis, MSN AND UOYd WANTKD at tho NORFOLK Kilt Ii I'Al KAQKWOKKS. juls-.u I G \fT ANTED-Tho vt bile lo knoa tint Iho Mor " rlitt Bongs i- tu?, place to go lo enjoy ?II tu.' pleasure* i e B.-ai ii ailbrds at '? ?s cosl lean anywhere . lac at ihi bcsuh P. W, MOIt'...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 19 June 1895

BBTABUitBtiD IS.16. HJBL1SHED "BVEUY MOENIXQ BXOBPT MONDAY. Y1BQ1N1AN BUILDING. MAIN AND COMMERCE 8THBBTS. M. GLENNAN. OWSKIS. . K.ntere I as seooud-ciasa matter. THE CIRCULATION UK l'UK Y1IUUNIAN Ii LARGELY IN EXCESS Of any other raver pUblUhed iu Eaj; i u Virginia. in, circulation in Norfolk ami rorlaiuouCi ft greater Umu that of any papor published or circulated la the two eitle?. m it ?? delivered in the cities <>r Norfolk and Portsmouth and suburb* for III cents a Jeek. Mail subscriptions, l^nge paid, ive Dollars pur voar; 1 lircc I'ullara tor >ix months. One Dollar and I nly Cunts for three mouth*, and Fifty Out* lor ono "^A^vertiBeaien'-s inserted ;>t the rate of 75 Cems a So vase Km-i iNsnnrios; each subsc queut insertiou -7 Cknts, or ?'> i ? ivr< ? n> > iN-i i ii i' r.vi:nv ? men I?av. Contrac? tor! arc not aPo^o 1 to exro' i tl eir spa o or advertise other than tboir legitimate business...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 19 June 1895

PORTSMOUTH MEWS LOCAL NEWS IN II NUTSHELL A Brief and Interesting Summary of Yesterday's Happenings, Wills Admitted to Probate. Boys neprimanded for Playing Ball in the Street. Constable Ander? son Escaped Unhurt. A Shark in the Harbor. A. largo shark ra seuu swimming iu the harbor yesterday. It is said Unit Richmond aud I'drls mouth will cross huts twico to-day. Dou't forget the Gulden Kaglu excur? sion to Soldiers' Hume on tho lilHb. Keud the advertisement of 10. C. Xirooks Company in another column. There was nothing much of iuterost done tu the Mayor's Court yesterday. Tho electric curs to Port Norfolk will tie started ou regular schedule Thurs? day. Mrs. Elliott is quite sick at the resi deuce of her husbaud, ou County etreut. Tho white aud blue, Richmond's colors, were prevalent ou the streets yesterday, Mr. G, M. Reynolds went to Balti? more Mouday night to wait ou a couplo lu that etty, It is said that after the bicycle racos tout dim Kidd will start on the road with his sho...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 19 June 1895

ELLEN ?SBORN'S LETTER. Tho Now Sliort Jnokots find Othor Summer Finorios. Costumes for Coaching 1'artl??? ? The lacht In c Suit, Iii? Btrjele Salt and ilif Dainty Things That Ar? V.Tolvcd from ( ri-pua ICOPTRICIIT IfPS 1 I i. thought has occurred to me a number of I i me s t Ii n t I would adopt for my f avorito that queen In tho Alloc li.Hik who r-rifd be? fore she was priolted; it mis ao advanced <>f her. On the same pen oral principle I ought to adopt find recommend the new, loose Jackets which om> or two women have ven? tured to sport on the fir*; conel?njc* trips of the season. Nobody Hkea them, but everybody fr-i-l-. it in in tho nir that they arc going to be immensely fash? ionable. era. Tlie skirt was plalu, out trio bodies bad n yoke of croam lace with collar of gold galoon, and belt to match, while the huge sleeves tapered to pointed cuffs edged with galloon. The hut for this toilet was a blue roujrh straw covered with green leaves and corn...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 19 June 1895

illoiir) ."Harket lJv Southoru Aesoeiftted Press. %tlw\ Yoiik. Juno IS.?Money on cult oa*y ?tlaU por cent. closinL'utll percent. Stor? fing ex. liKUUo ItrOUY. with eotual business Sn bankers' billu at 48n|n4BtSi for sixty day* ?nil 4S?.i>a4R9.l for detuau 1. l'osted rates. ?B!ia490. Commercial bills, 467iuiS3. Gov? ernment bonds firiu, tr F. stuck 1iaukkt?CI.OslNil BIDS. American Cott 'ii Oil. 29;: American Cot? ter. Oil. i rot. 75: American Sugar Kelln? ern 8. I17J; An erieau >ngar Henneries, prof. ?Di: American Tobacco. 114}: American To? bacco, pref. 114' : At?hison. Topeka au I dun tu lro. 101: Baltimore and Ohio, Cau ?ilu Pacific. .'C: Chesapeake and Ohio. '2'li: Chicago and Alton, 163: Chicago. Hurling-I Voii andQnincy. 'Si; Chicago Gas Trnat. 7t; Velnwara and Lackunanna, 1611; Distil tt ? aud Cattle Feeders. IUj Erie. 9j: Erio. ?ref.. 21: Qeueral Electric. 't">': Illinois Ventral.P?': Lake Erieand Wester n.241:Lnke Strie ?n i Western, prof.. 8...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 19 June 1895

"MP8LIGEF?RCE?FL0ND0N They Are Compared to "The Finest'' in Our Large Cities. Reason Versus Clubs. The Art of Conducting; an Orderly Town. The Democracy of Monarchy. i The London "Bobby" ' in a Fight. ,Bpf>e!i\l Correspondence.! London. Juno 8.?For the lifo of mo I cannot avoid draw'ittg a contrast be? tween the police (,f London and tho po? lice at home in New York. In London they arc a band cf courteous public serv? ants who axo willing to oblige aud give information to everybody. In Now York tlicy are a proved set of offensive blackguards and bullies. This is a hard ami straight to the point way of putting it, but it is the truth, the proved truth. Ami, again, no man can any that I urn going back on America or am an anglo- J in&uiac. I love America abovoall othor places, and I hate to have to listen in silence to the sarcastie allusions English newspaper men make to no eonoerninif tho mock liberty that exists at home in New York. The average wage of a Londo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 20 June 1895

VOL. L?NO. 26 NORFOLK. VA., THURSDAY, JUNE 20, 1895 PRICE 2 CENTS To the Magicians" at Roanoke Yesterday. O'Hagan Covered Himself All Over With Glory. The "Clams'' Did More Hitting and Belter Field? ing Than The ir Opponents* Wynne Against McCann. Where; lti? t iulx IMttv s<i-I>:iy. V^m: k at Portsmouth. I ynohburg at Petersburg. Norfolk at IlichiuOBd, MiaudlMH ui ii>< Won f.ichn.on I. fill J.vi chburg'. '-" Port mniitii. 28 Petersburg. '-1 floenoke. 17 korlolk. If. special Diepntou to I'ho Virginian. Koaxoke, Vd? .Inno l?.? Roanoko vmii easily t i11aftoruoon in a listless aniutereBtiug gutna i'ho feature of the name was a brilliant one band oateb by O'Hagan ou third. Tliia player also ird tbo hailing for tbn NorfolLa with a ?mule and a Pome run. NOKtOI.K. ItOlKUKK. It. It 1<> t l: II PO I Wtnae. p it " 0 Sherer,ef., - 1 5 o 1 'H?iraw, :?>... :' :?? ? i Ku roll, it ... u <? 0 I Mi < I ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 20 June 1895

J_RSTADUSnEO lSjQ. PUBLISHED KYEKY M?HNINQ EXCEPT MONDAY. Y1BUIN1AN UUILDINO. PiAlN AND COMSIEBCB 8THBBT3. M- QLKNNAN. Owner. fcntere.i as leOOU l-riars matter. THE OIKCl. LA 1 IDS OK I II K VI Uli INI AN l( l.ABUKl.Y IN KXCIiss ut any other l.auer published iu Eaa: 1 u Virginia. 1 ? te oireaUtioB m Norfolk end t'ortemouth is greater tlir.il that of any vapor published e>r?irout?te<ltttthetwociUo?. it is delivered In the eitb - ?f Norfolk and Portsmouth and suoiirl tor in touts a week Wail subscription*, poatafto paid. Five DoPar? per jrcari three Dollara tor ?fx months. Due Dollar and I nly Oolite fur tutet mouths, and Hfty Cvnts tor ono U1?\?iVerti?eniinta inserted at tho rate o( 75 Cam? a SoPAnaFiaet isseutiox; each buuso uuoiit iuiartion 87} Civsts, or .'>' Cents when inkmtki? r.vkk. other 1?av. I'dlttac tors are not abowe I to e\ro->i their epa o or advertise other then their legitimste business, except by paying oupovndly tor the sam...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 20 June 1895

Vi ANTKIh I)OARD- One single room call I? had with board J.l tu dealt able 1? etil ty fur Slti |i i month. Add teas Jk Ii. i ., V:n;li lau oilico. .i-r.'-u \\!AN't'K(?-Ex|Hiii?iiccd r?tluurani .<a.k. innl? M or (emnte; alao girl to wa;t in loi'auranl ntid ?oMinn.br w 1k \-l-lr- ttl I -I I AN l) i 1.' .' Jhttt'n?. Vn. JclV-SI "\V a N'l EH -To reni thron icoun. weft ioested, '? auitly w Ihuol eh Idren, lerun ninderit'.ej c? eren ei ext-hatiged. Add. lt., uare Virgin? ia 'i. leis-w "WANTED?11) l Ii et >lier, two communicating ?> unfurnished . m a UVrt I n I I IV., >? rl?lK Vlrilulnu On.. jiil?Jtt' -.'Kl-*. MEN AND l<-\- WANTI.D *t tlir VJN Kl ril.K 11.I ll l'.v KAUE works, JulS- l ANTED Theiublle io km.? thai the Wer ?II the pit aturr* l e II ai Ii aQOrda al les? ?0*1 than tfuywltelciheal the Bench P W, MOICltlSK IT, }'io| rtclur, Pox |:., VtrgtnM llench iuhi-ll \ l?ltSES AND < til i - wueWi f.ii er .1. g hell? Jl Ocean ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 20 June 1895

Called to Receive the Letters of Dr. Howerton. The New Pastor Installed Last Night. Dr. Armstrong; Presided. Dr. Lacy Charged the Pastor, Mr. McCluer the People. Rev. T. H. Rice, Jr., Preached. The Presbytery of Norfolk held a meeting in the lecture room of the Firal Presbyterian Church yesterday at 12 o'olock for tho pnrpoRo of examining Dr. Howerton for admission into this presbytery and arranging for bis in? stallation as pastor of tho First Church of Norfolk. Her. H. C. Moore opened tho session with devotional exercises, prayer being offered by Rev. Or. Geo. D. Armstrong. The roll was called ami the following found to be present: Geo. U. Aim strong, D. D.. W. S. Laoy, 1). D? LJ. B. McCluer, H. ?. Moore, K. A. Bobinson, \V. A, Hlaymaker, E. T. Wellford, all preachers, and Ruling Elder K. W. Hautos, of tho Firat Church. Tho call for the meeting of tho Pres? bytery was read ami found to be iu order. Rev. J. 11. llovrertou, D. I)., of the Presbytery of Arkausas, prcseoted through th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 20 June 1895

PORTSMOUTH NEWS UM EVENTS G?ll Short and Interesting News Notes of the Day's Doings. Cleaning Up Their Premises. Men? tion of Things Personal. Hall Thieves at Work. Another Warning to Fast Drivers. The Electric Road. Rev. P. Oayle is iu tho city visiting Relatives. flThero was nothing done in tho lustings Court .> esterday. o I car Culvert returned to duty yes? terday, Iiis leave haviMg expired. Jesse Jon es wss committed to tho county jcil yesterday tor carrying a snstol. Portsmouth and Uoauoko teams will cackle ouc auothcr for the balance of tho week. The only business in the Mayor's Court yesterday was two drunks, who Vtru lined. Nono of tho railroad ollieials who trout to New York a low days ago have returned yet. Maj. B. Ii. Lowery. fj. H. M. O., ?ras at the yard yesterday aud in? spected the marines. Hall thieres mndo an attempt lo raid two places on Washington street Tues? day night and wero irustratcd. The members of the South Street ?Baptist Church nre arranging ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 20 June 1895

The Value of Cornell Said to be $10,000,000. It Has an Annual Income of $600,000 and Seventeen Hundred Students on its Rolls. A Young and Gigantic American Educa? tional Institution. (Special Correspondence. ] j*Kw York, .luuo 11.?At tho head of the public educational system of the state of New York stands Cornell uni? versity, ono of the wealthiest and most efficient, at the sr.me time that it is oue of tlio youngest. of American institutions of learning. Cornell has an annual in some of 1600,000, uud the value of its property and endowment is if 10,000,000. In fact, thero uro but two or three wealthier universities on the continent. But notwithstanding its wealth Cornell Is compelled to exercise ripid economy to carry out the work demanded'of u modern university, and President Schur man urges the necessity of larger endow? ments and the establishment of new de? partments and professorships. Cornell is to some extent the state university of New York. It receives the inoome from tho...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 20 June 1895

COMMERCIUREPORT. linn n Murk, t ? Bv Southern Associated Preis. Vrwi Youk. .lune 1?".?Money on rail ca?y et lall per tent. closing at 1 per cut ster? ling exchange firm, with nctuui business tn bankers- bills at 4S'Ha4S-.i Tor sixty days ?ml 4691a 1801 lor demand. Posted rates. ?OUus'.O. Commercial Wile, 487|a488}. tiov trun.ent bonus steady. TMS STUCK MARKKT?nt-OSIXO BIDS, tnioi U-uu Cotton Oil. 28]; American Cot? ton Oil. |.ref, 741: American Sugar Ketiu ? rus. 119i: An em ail sugar Henneries, prof, ltd American Tobacco, ill: American To? bacco, prof. 114{; Atchisoii. Toneka nud Vnuts 1 e. lU;. Ilaltiraoro and Ohio, t'.t'; Can? ada Pacific, '81; Chesapeake and Ohio. 231; S^hiosgo and Alton, lf>:t- Chicago. Hurling lim and Qtiiuey'. 831; ChicagoGnsTrust. "I; ?Delaware and" Lacknwauna, lOi;: 1 *i~til ?rsand Cattle Feeders, in}; Erie, 10: Krio. ref.. 21: Oeneral Electric. 83^ Illinois ontrul. WilAke Krio end \Ve*terii.24l:Lako 5'.ne aud \V< stern, prof.. 88; Lak...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 20 June 1895

A Secret Organization Banded Together as Cephalists. The Members Will Their Skulls to the Order. They Have Catacombs for Heads and Mysterious Rites in a Ca'virn. Story of a Strange Order. The C?phalista is a Beeret society J fwhich is bound to got ahead. In fact, the society has several heads uow, its aim being tocolloct them after the orig? inal owners have uo further uko for them. i The Capitalists, since they were or? ganized, hKvo uteri nil endeavors to keep the peculiar naturo of their organization p dtvtd secret, and it is only after a great deal of hard -work that wo are en? abled to tell some of their doings. There are still many mysteri?s aud strango rites, which will never be known except to members. The sooioty is nut composed of cranks, bnt of level headed citizens, nearly nil ?? if them well known in business circles n 5?ew York and Brooklyn. Their meet? ings arc held iu it cavern somewhere bear Bay Ridge, N. Y. The tunblom of the scciotyiK a skull andcrossbonoe, and jt...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 21 June 1895

VOL. L?NO. 27 NORFOLK. VA.. FRIDAY, JUNfi 21, L89? PHICE 2 CENTS ALU il The "Clams" Win From the Lead? ers in the; Eighth. Loud Cries to Call the Game Whan the Seventh Was Over and Richmond Wp.s Ahead. It Wouldn't Work and the Norfolks Won Easily. \t iirrr itiu ? ittbs 1'ittf To-liar. f.cwnukc at Portsmouth. MorlolU at ltiobmond. I j uchburg Petersburg. ' manttlug <>? ttiv ( tuns. Wou I o.t Ter Cent. Richu.on 1. 80 it .720 Ia ichburg-. 2J 19 .?MM Portsmouth. - ' <M ? ?<?'? Petersburg. 22 2i .4 0 lionutiko. 17 :it .!?U Korfoik. 17 ** .sm Special Dispatch to tho Virginian. HtoRMoND, \'a., .inue 20.?Norfolk won Irotu Hiebtnoud tbia evening aiter it had gotten too dark to see how to play, Tbo game was slow, ntnl whou Iba soveutb inning was orer darkness " us fust approaching, Pichrnoiid wan ibeud, and there were loud cries ol "call tho game" but Umpire liuly on ill not. and Norfolk balled out her wiuuing runs. r.i. 11 ji ?1. i -. ^^m^| oik. K ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 21 June 1895

1 CLOSING EXERGtSES Of Misses Tucker and Blick's Mu? sic School. A Vast Throng Witness the Final at the Academy ot Music Last Night. An Elaborate Programme. Honors Bestowed on De? serving Pupils, The closing exercises ot Misses Tucker and Plicks uuisio school took place at the Academy of Music lust night and attracted au audieuco which filled the spacious building to over flowing. /The stage was beautifully deco? rated for the occasion with planta and (lowers and with largo number of pretty girls in fancy dresses it would bo hard to imagine n more charming picture than was pro aeuted. Tho programmo was well arranged and admirably rendered. Some of the young ladies aud children snug and played better than others, uut all did remarkably well. Borne a', tho scholars have excellent voices and their excoutiou showed careful application end instruction. Tbe programme was aa follows: THE PROGRAM MR. Chorus."Whispering Sea" By the >? liool. ?ii.l.""Oer III ouiina Meadows" M Liu l...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 21 June 1895

KNOWLEDGE Brings comfort and improvement and tends to personal enjoyment when rightly used. The many, who live bet \er than ethers and enjoy life more, with ,\?ss expenditure, by mote promptly adapting the world's best products to tue needs of physical being, will attest the value to health of the pure liquid laxative principles embraced in the remedy, Svrup of Figs. lt^ excellence due to its presenting in the form most acceptable stud pleas? ant to the taste, the refreshing and truly beneficial properties of n perfect lax? ative; effectually cleansing the system, dispelling colds, hendnches and levers end permanently curing constipation. It has given satisfaction u> millions and met with the approval of the me tl ten I profession, because it nets on the Kid? neys. Liver and Bowels without weak? ening them and it is perfectly free from every objectionable bu bounce. Syrup of Fins is tin- sale by all drug? gists in 50c and $1 bottle:, hut it is niau nfacturcd by the Califo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 21 June 1895

FUBUSUED. EiXUi M?HNIS? KXOKPT MONDAY. Y13ULN1AN U?ILDINO. MAIN AND COMUUliCU Kl lUOBl'd. Al. Ul.tNNAN. uwski? lutirei MiCOOnd-Clai* i.mttor. tfHE CIHOULAT1?.S OF TUK YllltilNIAN 1? IjAH?i'AA IN BXOl&jS ol any other lAusr-p?blislied lu 1^?' ru Virgin >. ? It* circulitiiwi ?" Norfolk und Portsmouth lkVri'otor than that ol any papoi |>ul>IUuod or . irOuiatod iu the two cub ?. t i? Uulivert-d iu the eith?? ol Norfolk and porutnouth mid suburbs tor iu cent* ? .week. > ail ?tiburiptions. i oat >ko paid. F,va Dollar* par yours l'hreo Dollar? !?>? -11 inoulbs, One Dollar and Fifty Cent* for three m<n.tli^. au 1 lifty Outits loi one B1Ad' ertictniiats iucerted at tberaloof ~ > Ckmc s s..i \ i I n.- : i.nsi UTioN; each -ut? queut iu?ortluu -~i cunts, or .'> iivt t\JII n ISsMTKD kveiiv othkb llAT. ? ontmc toi-b arc not allows:! to oxeeed their spa o or ad vert!** othoi than tlioir le...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 21 June 1895

PORTSMOUTH NE WS Matters of Interest Pertaining to the City and Her People. Personal Mention. The Electric Road Committee. The High School Children. A Hotel Needed. Dancing at Port Norfolk. Other Newsy Items. t'itchar Brandt returned homo yes? terday, Mr. Virgiuiu8 Crnut continues til at tie home, on Bart streut. Another largo shark was soon yester? day swimming around the harbor. Mastor Frank Parker returned yes? terday lroni Hock Mill College, Md. There will bu a big oxcursiou down the Seaboard Air-Lino to thia oity uext week, There was a largo uumbcr of parsons ? t tho pigeon ehooting ut Fort Norfolk VfednoBduy aftornoou. The only business iu the County Court wnstho qnaliheation uf a num? ber of county officers. Old Dominion Cotinoil of Hepta sophs lost mntit-y on their exoursiou to Whito Lilly Farm. The Court Street tiaptist Sunday Fnhool will bave their anuttal picnio at Ooean View July 2d. , Tho I.adior.' L'nion prayer meeting ?rill bo held this afteraoou at 0 o'clock et Meaum...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 21 June 1895

ft MYSTERIOUS CAVERN The Chamber is Situated on a Cah ifornia Mountain. Subject of Indian Romance. Explored by a Party. It is Filled with Daz? zling Stalactites and Contains a Peculiar Stream that Rises and Falls. Far rap on tho mountain in a romoto place cn Mill creek near Dkiah, Gal., is n vrooded kuoll uf peculiar and forbid? ding ahnpe, wkei\iiu i:t n oavo kmmu as tho Bktck IIolu. It is only thy unsupcr- ' stitious who con ho prevailed upon to fjgeak of the uninviting spot. Truditiou KSff'.i that loug years .-.go when white settlers were unknpwu and tho Tokayo Indians were in f1 11 power u negro, in strr.yiuR froiu a .ship thou lying in t);o br.y of San Frauoiscp, waacapturod, and by. joining the tribo saved his life. Gaining power from hie kuowlodgo ao qoirod on board ship, bo toon beonine chiof and later obo nf tho must power? ful rulers tbo trio* had over known, be int called tho Great Medicine chief. Everything wi :>t oatoothly until ho fill in love with a dusky m...

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