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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 25 June 1895

THE POP?t>p CIG/Vte F if E MILD AND PURE, ALLEN & ?INTER IHK, AMX&ICA? Tyiui'co f'? ttvcinvftikOB STARVING won't cure Dys? pepsia. Von need nourish? ment, and 1>j get it you must make the stomach and bowels digest jour food; tint is what Dr. Deane's Dyspepsia Pills. ore for. Oim after each meal, and the most stubborn case ol Dyspepsia land that is everything) will dit appear. White wrappers if constipated, yellow if not, ?IctBtiMdruccatt'. Send to u Im a utcuaplt. UK. J. A. dk a NT. CO.. Kihgitou, New York. v. A NJ 1.1?. TJJf '"TtVi-An In or. Ibiiroiiebly oouipa tea*. ' ? ??-?> ! Um > i r ? k in |.." i"um .1 ailii-dri.'l lumbar - '? . ill n i nd ati'll cutting aboul SO,?? ???? t- ? In? on t ??? kwowcrSoauu Addr. I, willi retcrsuco ??? "alary ?xitael, f. ?i UON No - '. Baltimore. Mil. ' jliSI eod-St Tt'AN'lT.i ?A good l .. r. Wi h?r and Ironcr t> Apply Imnicdlalclj at VIKtilNIAN 01 KICK. ju'i.Vtf C?LOIIEI)...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 25 June 1895

ft kstahlishkd IS .5. r?BLlSUED EYEBY MOUSING EXCEPT MONDAY. YlttOINlAN BU1EDISO. MAIN AND COJlllEttOB STttKBT* M. QEBNNAN. Owskk, Entered es scooud-olass matter. THKOIB0ULAT1?.S?F 1 III: VUIOINIAN u i.AUOKl.V IN BX< rJSS ( nu;. otbu uauor pub.ist;, d i:i Kmi ru Virginia. 1 i-circulnii ii ?" Norfolk sud I'orismouth is greater ibali that i t any paper published , or tirortialed In *ho two citlija. t s dl livor. d iu lb. cities ol Norfolk aui Portsmouth and mbnrb- for in cum. a ?eck .al sub.i riptiona, ihm.no pail, t F v Dollar- por ?< ir: i brce lioliara rot ids lnofiihs. line Hollar ami Fifty ivnw for tbre? moi.tb>. an'. 1 ?:i?" Oonts to. ouu *Advortiien?enbi Inserted at tboratoof i ? Crms a S.vai leFias-l i>-i irrioNi eacb tulise qiient insertion ? ' ' knts, or :". < kmts wiiivi>.i iki?'KVKtit maun i>av. Uontrac tort arc not ?I one I io exceed their spa a cr nibertise oilier tban thoir lci;i IttlSte busine...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 25 June 1895

1? HI iiii The Happenings of the Past Twenty four Hours Found Here. The High School Commencement*. The Bicycle Races. Sent to Jail For Sixty Days. Lawn Par tics. The Supervisors and the Stroet Railway. There are numerous lawn partioa CVJry night now. liiistirjgs Court adjouruoi tor the term yesterday. The now Council will meet on Mo.u <ay the 1st ot July. .1 here villi ba no military tarn oat ?u the Fourth of July. To Jay will he pay day in the navy quid fur the workiugineu. Dr. Griffith Maupiu, of New York, is ni homo viuiticg hm mother. The High Sehool conimouoQment ex? ercises mil tako place to-morrow night. The llscal yonr for both city uud ?jovernmeut commences on Monday ucxt. The oounly jail had three additions to the already crowded place, all i Mark. 'Liie City Council will meet Thurs? day uight to wind np the business of tu? year. The hicyolo racei will come oft' to? morrow uftornoon at 0 o'clock at Part Norfolk. Not moro than half the children of tha public scho...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 25 June 1895

The Experiment af-Deacon Griggs, of Squantum. The Main Facts in a Controversy as Given by the Local Paper. Griggs' Wife Rudely Interferes. The People of the Town Divided Into Factions. t "Reeent issues of the Norfh Squanrura Gazette indicate an unusual excitement tfovailing among the peaceful villagers i>i Bquacrnm, North Squanturn and ^quantum Center. The causa of t lie ootn tnotlon is ?ti experiment begun by Dea? con Abuc-r Griggs, and the people are pretty evenly divided into two factious, one holding that the deacon is u riersc cuted martyr in the cau6o of financial Keferm, the other that he is udod gaated Idiot, whc-i-wife treated him .rust right. The main fuels tn tho controversy, us jrivtm in The Gazette, arw as follows: Deacon Griggs had fanned it nigh on 45 years, and his fine upland farm, with Jts right considerable stretch of mead? ow, two miles south of the poatofflce, was one of tho best in tho lion,ugh. The farm was well fenced and drained, had good buildiug...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 25 June 1895

COMMU REPORT Rlonev Market Bv Southoru Associated Pres?. ?Jew' York, June a*.?Money on cull ca-y et lei) por rout, closing "t 1 pef cent Ster? ling exchange la drro. with actual business in bankers' bills at 488fa489 for ilxty day* ?mi 489{al89J lor donmu I. Posted rate?. <8ya4!t). Commercial bills, 4871att'S{. Oov ttuii.eut bomis Oriu. TUB STOCK JIAllKl.T-T.OSINJ HIU<. American l otion Oil. 29? American Cot? ton Oil. i rof. 74;: American Sugar Kefln grin. 115 : American Sugar Refineries, pret. American J'obacco. 113!: American To iiiii-oo. pref. tit. At^hUou. Topeka nul S-miti l'"o. 10. Baltiiuoru and Obio, OS: Can? ada Pacific. fSi: Chet-npoake and Ohio. S'it: Chicago und Altou.163 bi l: Chicago. Burling? ton andQuincy. B5,; I bicagoGas rruet.72{: Delaware an d l.ackiiwanna. 16!;: I'*;il ers and I at io I ? eders. 20}; 1 rie. 9: |Krie. yrcf.. '.0 : Oeneial Floi-tric. :t7: Illinois Central,96; I ake Frioand Westeru.241:*Lake y.riv ?U'i Wo-ii ru. pre'.. Hi-; l....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 25 June 1895

I Open Air Services for Those Who Don't Go to Church. ! A New and Novel Idea in Missionary Work, Which is a Success in Wash | ington. It Will Seat Thirty three People. Has a Chair, Organ and Free Seats, f In Washington tlxo "gospel trage*?" I i is tho ntivreft idea for prosecuting the [? war against si? and crime. This novel i vehicle, whidh is really a small church [ on wheels, is 25 foot iu length, 7 feet in width, and will comfortably Boat 83 ! pocvple. j Part of tho panel on tho right hand (?? side of tho wagon is cut through and I wofks ontwnrd from tho lower end on hinges. When this is on a level with tho ' floor of tho wagon k is held ?ruilr ?in position by iron stau]? and constitutes tho platform from which the preacher may address tho nswmblcd throng. On the opposite side ?f tho wagon is anoth? er opeains in tho puitol. When this is in j ?Fr. -K falls to a livol with tho pavement and provides, ou its inner thdo, four eticpsrby which one may asaond and en? ter this fin de si...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 26 June 1895

im pe Chard's Pitching Helps the Home Team Very Materially. A Pretty Game ot Ball, in Which the Visitors Aro Shut Out. The Roanokes M.-.de a Gallant Up Hill Fi^i-it, But Could Not Win. Where tin- Club? i'iar Tn-Dar.'; ?MOoko xt Norfolk. I'oitisuioutii ni Petersburg. Lyliolibaix .it lliclimond. stnuatng ??> ill.- < Inba. Woil fUehmoml. Sf |,yiicbbbrK'. 38 t'ortxtuti Ith. ?ii I oit Pet Cent. ftoanol a Norfolk. a-.i 10 'Vlie members of the Norfolk team hied themselves to League Park yes? terday atternoou with t!io full expeota tiuti i'f ^lviuc thu "niouutaiuers" Hie worst thrashing tlioy Imtn had admin tatered lo them ihiH season, uud no doubt they would have fully carried out their determination, hud nut uu obstacle huvu suddenly arisen iu the ?11ui>o of an old acquaintance tu the iutkou of Joe fry, more familiarly itiowu as "Foxey," who pitched one ol bin old time games, allowing the home team hut thine hits, and hut tor the errors of t avauuaugh at s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 26 June 1895

II MASSEY PILOT II The Jury Secured Without Any Trouble. The Men Who Will Pass Upon the Issues Are of the Highest Char? acter. Mr. Thorn Opens the Case With a Defiant Chal? lenge to the Other Side,' The City Circuit Court convened at 10:80 o'ulwck Yesterday in the secoud eay's trial of the Masse* Pilot Bint, t?u nation t? recover $50,000 damages for ?iefaaiation of character. The slow and tedious part of this trial is over, and before tho closing ol to day's ?ession there may roasouahly be expeoted the ciush of arms, tho tirst atsaalt. The coertroom was so deusoly Backed ob Monday that many persons iatsr?sto?l in ihe ease as parties lo the suit or a? wneesses, were orowdod out ef the fuaio by the curious spectators orarsst oniy to see what was to he ?ecu r.nd te hear what was to he sind, aud thuse were en hand at ou early honr yesterday ami secured comfortO' bis plaoe?. Tho attendanco was as Inrgo as the dsy bofore. aud though the tberinnnio tar was high, remained throughout the as'...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 26 June 1895

Tirintrs comfort ami improvement ami lends to personal enjoyment when rightly used. The many, who live bel? ter than others and enjoy life more, with 5es< expenditure, by mote promptly adapting the world's best products to tin- needs of physical being, will attest tlie value to health of the* pure liquid laxative principles embraced iu the remedy, Syrup of Figs. It- excellence is due to its presenting tn the form most acceptable and pleas? ant to the lust.', the refreshing and truly beneficial properties of :i perfect lax? ative : effectually cleansing the system, dispelling colds, headaches and fevers end permanently curing constipation. 3t has given satisfaction to millions and met with the approval of the medical profession, because it acts on the Kid neve, Liver and Bowels without weak? ening thorn and it is perfectly free from every objectionable substance. Syrup of Figs is for sale by all dri!tr ^ists in 60c and $1 bottles, but it is man? ufactured by the California...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 26 June 1895

IsVi ????? 1 EST ah] isui'.o IS 16. rucLisaiiD lmaix uousuxa bxobpt MONDAt. V1BU1N1 AN UL'll.DlNU. 11AIN AND COJIJIEKCK sritBBTd. M. Ol.liSN AN. Owski?. 1 utero.1 as seOOUd-CUMS matlor. TllttOlttOULVriOXOK nil". VlltGlNlAM b LAUUKl.Y IN BXOttSti of any other uapor publish- d iu Kai: i u Virginia. ;is circulation iii Sortolk and lortsmonth i? creator llmu that ol any papor publiahod or cirouifttod in,tbe two c'?ies.# .t is dolivorrd iu th- cities ?f Norfolk and port-mouth and snbnrb* for IU cent-, a week. > ail snbn riptious, pom.no paid. F.v<- Dollar- per year; Three Hollars tor >U mouths. One Dollar awl Fifty Cents fur three mouthsj ant 1 ifty Outs lor ono montn. Adxertuenicnl* msertoJ at the ruto of ?> Ckm ? a t>.,i vi k I'm-1 iXstiUTioN; oacb ?uii-.: uuent insertion :-7'. Cknts, or .". ? < hnts wbks ISaKITKt? BVEllt oihi.k i>av. Contrac? tors arc not nPowe.1 to oxce> I tl cor spa o or ad\ertis...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 26 June 1895

PORTSMOUTH NEWS ^Summary of Occurrences Happen? ing in and About the City. f\ Crazy Woman Committed to Jail, The Death Rate Among the Col? ored People. Personal Men? tion. The Pythian Excur? sion and Other Notes, The Ico Palace is tho coolest placo Id tho city. The Feto came up lo the yard with atoms yesterduy. The High School commencement will take place to night. A cta/.y colored woman named Grace Jones was conimittod to tho county jail s/esterday. Mr. Virginim Grant, who linn boon extremely ill for some timo, is slowly on the mend. Read advertise of 11. L. Poge & Co., 5u whiob tbey "Her for rent two housea on Middle street. Auauias lioo-.t w.n committed to tho county jail yostordny for thirty days lor wile hinting. The I'ortHuiuutb Club will return Ji inie to-night RDit to-morrow they will l>lay the Roenokes. Don't forget the excursion by So? ?ulu Lodge, lv. of I'., to-uight, to Old J oint und the Capes. Her. \Y. Hiues, tho noted cvuugeliet, f ill preach iu...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 26 June 1895

Freaks of the " Big Moses" Gas Well in West Virginia. How It Blew Itselt Out. Belching Eig'ity Million Feet of Gas a Day. Many Attempts and Failures to Confine It- Wastes a Fortune Every Day. The "Big Moses" gas well, art ilia j Bpeueer farm, on lndiun creek. Tyler coti?ty, W. Vn?, rtrr.ck by lightning Friday aftornoou, extinguished itself tho tamo evening, after commuting tho derrick and" ail the combustible mattor within roach. I The pressure was so great that it sim? ply blew itself out. after furnishing tho na*ives of that country with one of tho grandest sir;hti ?vor witnessed. Thu Qames at no time descended near? er tiuin 40 frot to tho hole, and tho swaying to and fro ?>f the great inysto rictw. invisibly supported flaruboau, hundreds of foot high, to which was ndded n deafening ro:.r, made a specta? cle &???<< inspiring and terrible tobehold. Nothing had ever before boon struck that approached tho "Hi* Moses" In marru-lude. Tho pe...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 26 June 1895

COBCIU REPORT. IMoiicv TUiirlioi F,T Southern Associated Pres?. Vr.w Your. .Tun? 35.?Money on cull firm r ? tla'2 per cent, olosing at 1) per otfut >tor Suk cxobiiuce ca.ier. with actual busiaeta tu baukere" bill! at 48*lu4!lJ<i for sixty days <u'l 48'J}al8'.>l for demand. Potted rates. 487a4'0. Cotninerolal bills, 487?a4S8}. Got ernmsnt boudt firm. tbe stock makki-.t?01 osisn bids. American Cotton Oil. St}: American Cot ?.ou oil. pref, 74|: American Sugar lt>fln ?rrtts. 1X5}; An.erican Sugar Reanaries. prof. ?*.<}: American Tobacco. 1131: Amorican To? bacco, pref. 114: Atchiton. Topoka an I CautH Fe. 10. Baltimore ami Ohio, ? I: Can? ada Pacific "3:.: Cheaapeake uuil Ohio. 22';; < hionno .< m<1 Alton.lf>:i bid:Chicago,r.urlin* ?on auilt)u?ncT. 861; ChicagoQ??Trutt, 71: Wlanare an 1 Laoknwaaua. IC3: Distil ?t - and Cattle Feeders.21 i. Brie. 10: IKrie. ref.. 22 bid: Geueval ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 26 June 1895

Mr. Fred Perry Powers' Financial Catechism. The Malaria of Greenbackism. Fiat Money and Free Silverism Dis? pelled. A Few Plain Question* Plainly Answered. Food for the Thoughtful. The Sooratio method of exposing: hum? bugs and shams is especially adopted to dispel U?o malaria erf KTeensjackisin, f..it lncroeyisin and free silvctriam con? tinually arising from the swamp* of ig? norant** said dishonesty. That Mr. Fred Perry Powers has mncio good use of this method will bo clear to ull who road ths following questions nwd answers concerning "Fiat Money and Legal Ton dot" talcen from Iiis "A Financial Cate? chism," publinhed by fh.o Sound Cur? rency Con.tnitteo of G2 Vihlliain street, K?w York city. Arv pupex representatives of merchan eiiso jnst as good for monetary use us merchandise itself? They aro better, booauso lighter and move convenient, if every portion is sure that tho promise on them will bo kept in fnll and at all times. Bwsidos merchandise and promises to pay merchaudiso ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 27 June 1895

VOL.'; L?NO. 33 NORFOLK, VA., THURSDAY, JUNE 27, 1B?5 PRICE 2 CENTS The Fielding of the Norfolk's Shows Decided Improvement, Herr, the Old Reliable, Keeps Up His Reputation. "Pop" T?te, Puts Ginger in the Game, and His Colls Rolled Credit Upon His Management. M Were Ilia Ctttb? IM?r lo-Uav. Roauoke et Portsmouth. Norloik at Ittelimond. Lynohburu. ut t'otcrehurg. jinn i of lit.- ?InIi?. Won l.o t Per Cent. Richmond. :ts J7 .CM i.yiiehburs-. ?I 20 .mi i'ort>niiiiiili. 3J v?; .?:;tj i'elershtirK. -'i 21 .47a jtoanoke. Is Htl .:3:l l.oitolk. ill 38 .:i27 Onoe more it becomes the pleasant duty of Thk Vibqinian to curouicle the, fact that tlio Norfolk tenui have wou another gumo, thus increasing their rather Ion percentage several points, much to tl.it chagrin and dis? appointment ol the "Magicians" und tiieir autnirers, Several ol whom wore tu the grand Maud yesterday and ox grossed themselves tin positive that ilieir Favorite club would wtu. But ?las! how uuccrtniu is the Lnt...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 27 June 1895

mi mm siiii! Defendants Heard. What They Ex? pect to Prove. Judge Heath Makes the Opening Speech For The Defence. He Was Followed by Mr. Wise. Judge Ncely Closeci. The Evidence To-day. Thero was very much iutcrcst mani? fested iu the Massey-Pilot suit yester? day, aud for five nud a half hours the building wus packed with SB aodiouce composed of the most promiuout ctti zens of the community. Those who arrived cnrlv secured seats, the tardy ones bad to'he content withstanding. Those who could m>t get inside either hung on to the window sills or lounged about the halls iu Uenrtug of the Speakern, Mr. A. P, Tkoui, of counsel for the plaiutill. iu a dashing nun bruvu speech bristling with defiance, presented ou the previous day thocase for his client, telling the jury exactly what he cr poctcd to prove aud challenging Mr. Massey'e accusers to prove that he was a bribe taker and generally dishonest. Mr, Thorn's speech was well received by the audienco aud they were curious to ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 27 June 1895

THE POPULAR MILD AND PURE, i? a rvri'.i?. flAKTil S WANTiNT. Til lif'KNlJ 1111 81 M Ml K f Jn the Mountain!.oiuluallj can reit choice ?ii ii Ii d roomi for Inn beautiful ?roiertf shade and mineral wati-i; on railroad. %tl.lio - D. A. BltOWK, Cambria, v.l.. s. ana \V. Railroad. Ju27?U \. ANTED? An ln?|ie?'or, thoroughly oompe tent, familiar with the Norfolk inspection uf tlln-driril lumlier, to iieo vt tin.tptit ?I .i band g, ll int tiny about ::>,'i,o reel pci dir. on im1 )/)ivim Sound. AiIiImk wnii relcieiice u'nl talaij expected, I*.u. BOX No 887, Baltimore, Md. _'_Ju2Veo4-ni iVANTKD?A k<?mI Cook, Weslitr und Irmur V Apply iinuedlalel} at VIltlilNIAN OKKICE. ClOLOSlED MEN WANTED io wok inteeiall / r. ill No Itori. A||ilv .Hies ?i U s. u. iiKDBAKEU, Contractor,'/Ujlleuryt n l ji -' -if_._ \\*.\Nll.l> In.? lin'-c lean !> In w.irk in.li? lt on grading it Ocein View. ?. tv. UllfJ CAKElt, tontra t r. ottii e itO lltnry at. jc'l-Iw Ai KV I Io ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 27 June 1895

rst.\m.i~Hi.:< 1856. rOBDSlIED EYEHY MOHSUNO EXCEPt MONDAY. YIKOIXIAN UUILUIN?. UA1N AN1> COMMERCE STllEEM. il Ol.KNNAN. owsku. Knierad as soooud-chws matter. TllK UIH?ULATIO.SOF Hit. YlltUINIAM w LAK?ELY IN KXOKS3 ut ant otbe t.ae-or published iu Kuet iu Vir ?tut*. " -tioircnlatli u Norfolk aud i'ortsmoutb is greater tlmu that .-f any paper published or ?ircuiutt- t iu the two e tie?. ,t i? delivered iu the cities of Norfolk ruI Portsmouth aud suburbs for 11? ceut* a week 1 ?'l *ub<i riptions. |o-t.go paid. Fiv. Dollars per vr.ir. Ihre? I'ollius '<i: n mo.itbs. One l?oli?r hii.1 Fifty Coma Kir three month-, an i Fifty Otuts tot uue xnont-i. Advertisements iu^eriv.1 ..i tho r.oo of .< Ccmi a Si i Ai K Klitsi i>-i tinoN each ?uiei qtteut insertion Cknts, or ."i i Ousts whks lSSKl tki? KVKSt OTHKll PAY. tJOIltrSO tor? are not ?Howe I to r-\i-e"l their spa e or ii.heriise other than itioir legititufta busiuee*. c\cept l&...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 27 June 1895

Abbreviated Notes of Many Im? portant Transactions of a Day. A Eandsman Overcome by tbc Heat. ' Fin:d $11.75. The Reckless Cus? tom of Drivers of Vehicles Comniontetl On. Super? visors and Railroad. Gnce Lodge 1. O. O. F. elects oflioers to at* lit. Manager Brady went to Petersburg yo3tt?rdBy. The police are ou their rounds after Ibe cnniucs. Ku'gbta ot Dixie will elect oQioers to-morrow night. Read the advertisement of ? XI Uolea In another column. The Norfolk County Court will ad- , }oora for iho terra this week. Thore was nothing bat oivil bnBincee traai>acted in uuy of tba courts yestor. dar. Th? t-'ity Council will nieob to iuor row tiigbt to wind up tbo year's busi? ness, Saaside Lodge carried n large crowd ou their excursion to tue Capes last night. A aurabor of people go over to Nor Xolk every day to boar tbo Pilot-Mas eej suit. Tbo Presbyterian Sunday Sobool J.fdd tbetr annual picnio at Virgiuiu J.'.uneh yesterday. Tidewater Lodge I. O. ?. F. will civo an excursi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 27 June 1895

^trange Story Told in a New York Law Court. IIHow He Won His Wife. She Got n I Divorce and Held His Property, I While He Was "Shanghaied" and Sent to Australia. His Return Home. Jacob Wilson versus John .T. Clancy Is tko titlo of a cuso now beiug tried iu gk'?ew York. It is ono of tho most re Sr jnarkable cases on record. Wj: \\7hou Jacob Wilson, tho plaintiff, |.' WSs 85 years old,-in 18S7, his father, tho late Jacob Wilson. Sr., an affluent Xcw York merchant, suggested tbat it ?was about tir.te for the young man to B,., runrry. Jacob, Jr., was nut averse to such aa arrangement, and uuhositating y ly expressed his williugness to comply withhis father's behest. But this was no'easy matter, for the young man pos i, seaepd a fnoe so \iiiprej>o6M?seiug that hia own father oftt?n said be believed na? ture mast have exhausted her bomoHost materials on it and'could never repxo f: dw'ce a duplicate, and, in addition, Ja? cob was a great duvotce <>f HacobtiB...

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