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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 27 June 1895

CQMKERCIIL REPORT. RlolicV 'lutKic Hv Southern Associated Pro-.. ?>w Your, June 98.?Money on coll oasv ft lulf, per com. oloeing at 1 per oent ster Yuk SxeliiiURS is tum. with actual busiui-ss lu bankers' bills at 4Hola48!j] for sixty days ? ml 48!? for demand. Posted rates. 48t?a4:0. ?Totntm-rcial billH, -t8Tlal8b,1. liovtruniont konJa strong, rnx stock m\iu;i:t?'i.osiSiJ utus. ?mericnu Cott ;:i Oil. 28: American Cot %ot: oil. i ref, T4|: Aiucriosn Bugar Rffi.ii true. 1134: Am enc Hii Sugar Petinorms. prof. ?H'}: Ann/: ?? mi Tobacco, lit: American To 5sceo. pref. tit: Atliisou. Topeka aud until Fe. it;: PaUnnm .? and Ohio, 6): Can? ada Pacific, fSf; Chesapeake and Ohio. 221: *kbioago und Altou, 1631: Chicago. Hurling \o? ami Qniucy. ?: Chicago Gas Trust "0?: tlelaware and Lackawanna. I62i: lli-til fr-4 and Cattle Feeders.'211 l*rio.'.);: Erie, nref.. 22; Qcueral Electric. 801: Illinois Ventral, 96: lake Krieand We*tern.24j:Lake J>ie nmi Western. prof.,841; Lake 8bore, t5<&...

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. — 27 June 1895

j MOOT FOR SCIENCE f.Consumption,Man's Most Insidious Foe, and its Cure. i Successful Treatment by a Genoese Physician. Saved 37 Out of 43 Cases of Pulmonary Tubercu? losis, A Matter of Extraor I dinary Interest lo All. : It Is ".veil known that tuberculosis is How classified among the diseases which aro both contagious aud infectious. Wo also know that this disease is to be dreaded oven more than smallpox, diph? theria and scarlet fever. It kills every $4seventh person, uud it hus btxm consid? ered hitherto almost incurable. Kuruer m ous studies havo been made iu order to B find a remedy, but all have been in rain. Tho iufeetionsuess of tuberculosis was proved wheu Robert Kueh discovered fi tho sjiecific bacillus and proved his die V. covery by inoculations from puro cul j I tores. k'.Although numerous uttempta havo been made to discover a means of pro I tcction against this disease, and although a great many scientists have studied tho disease, both bacteriologieally and pa ,: tho...

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. — 28 June 1895

The Kentucky Democratic Conven? tion Concludes Business, Ouriiig the Progress of the Third Bal? lot for Secretary of State There Were Scur.es of Great Dis? order. Every Delegate Greatly Excited. Et Bottthorn \b-oc rtto i Pros*. Lexixcitox, Ky., June 27.?Tito Oomitititioti of Hardiu atul tho skill und confidence displayed by Iiis maaagoc? in coiiimnudiug tiio delegates at unco C.uvo rise to tho conjecture that ttin entire blute Uki liecn prepared by tho /inrdiu luen. Tlie following injtlio full ticket Dotuinated by the convention iiuw tu Htsslou: For Govoruor -P. Wat liur liu. Pot Lieuteuuut Governor?II? T Trier. I'or Treasurer ? K. C. Ford. For Auditor?L. C. Noruiau, I'or Ucgtster of the Laud Oilice? ?. U. Swung. For Attoruey-fioucral?W. J. Head rick. For Secretary of Hta'a Henry H, Hull. For Superintendent of Publio In? struction Edward Porter TbotnpsoD. For Cohiuiiasiouor of Agriculture Ion U. Null. I'ho foregoiug ticket was noruiuntcd by too Deiuocratiu Statu Couventiou, which mi...

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. — 28 June 1895

Evidence for the Plaintiff Sub nutted Yesterday. Mr. Walke Reads to the Jury All of the Articles Published In the Pilot Reflecting on Mr. Massey. Ob? jections Argued./ The Governors Present. There were a greut many now faces in the crowd that filled tho Circuit Cotirt room yesterday when tbe tuird dar's session of tbo now fatuous suit of Joau F. Massey, Superintendent of EJiioatiou, vs. the Pilot Publishing Company aud others, was begun. Tbo Judge, who is makiug a reputa? tion for promptness and puiieueu, was as heretofore exactly on time. He ap? peared to have enjoyed a good n'gbt'w sleep, was lookiug as fresh us when tho case wae called ou the -Mil). Judge Premie, physically, will be able to slund a long trial. Leint; a Student whi-se acquirements iu thu law are well recognized, ho will bo able tu decide all of tbe points submitted with a dispatch impossible lor a less equip? ped judge, so there will bo no deines on account of His Honor, When Deputy Sheriff Mercer called tbe Court...

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. — 28 June 1895

KNOWLEDGE Brings comfort and improvement and tends to personal enjoyment when tightly used. The many, who live let? ter thau otliereand enjoy life more, with tess expenditure, by more promptly adapting the world's best producta to rite needs of physical being, will attest t)ie value- bi health of the pure liquid iuxativc principles embraced in the fcnicdy, Syrup of Pigs. Ii- excellence is due to its presenting tn the form most acceptable and pleas? ant t.i the taste, the refreshing and truly ?teneticial properties of n perfect lax? ative : effectually cleansing the system, ??dispelling colds, headaches and lever* amd permanently curing constipation. 3t has given BUtisfuctiou to piillionsand suet with the approval of the medical profession, because it acts on the Kid ?neys, Liver ami Bowels without weak? ening them and it jtcrfcctly free from every objectionable substance. Syrup of Figs is for sale by nil drug? gists it; 50c ami $1 bottles, hut it is man? ufactured by the California ...

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 June 1895

V> I Uli Wil li 18G6. r?BLl.SHEU EVEBV. MOUSING E.>CEPr MONDAY. YiBQlNl&N inn.dim;. HAIN AND COMBEUGB 81'UBBTS. M QLENNAN. Owsku._ Vutcte I ni M'Oon l-.-iass nuittor. XIIBOIHOUL?TIO.S?K l'UK VIUCitNIAN j. l.ABUELY. IN EXCESS of uuy olh..i t ?uer published In East I u vtrgluiit. ;tg circulation lu Norfolk and Portsmouth 1? greater ili*n that of ?uy paper published , or > irouiatdl iu tbe two eith s. ,t i? delivered iu the ritioi or N.irf..lU ami Portsmouth nu.i suburbs for 111 ceuW a week. \ a.l sub?irlptiou?, i n-t igs paid. Fivr Dollar* per Tears fhree Hollars loi n mouth*. One Dollar ?ml Fifty Coutn for thr*i m.'; th'-. ami l iny Cent* lor one AdvartUetnenti ini-erte.l nt too rate of i'> Okm* a S i a k KthH i isskiitioX: each subse? quent insortiou 'iT' Cksts, or .'? > ' > whin inski nsn Rvhrv oTiir.u hay. Contrac tors ore not nl'owo.I io cuo i their apa o or mheitioO other than thou- legitimate buiineii, excrpt by paying especially tor tb?' same. 'Ini WCk'Kl...

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 June 1895

The "Magicians" Capture the First Game of the Season. It Was a Pretty Game, But the Visi? tors Oulb-Uted und Outfielded the Portsmouth Lads, and Won by a Very Close Margin, Leach Against Stahl. Thero was a small audience present yesterday atteraoon at League Park to due t o gomu botwecu tbo Portsmouth ?ud Uoauoke teams. But notwith? standing tho meagre attendance thore vfas considerable cnlhutiiasm ninuifssted by tboso who wan tod to seo the homo team vanqtiieued, und sevoral oppor tuuitiee wero given them to "toot," which thev embraced aud proceeded to enjoy iu first class stylo. The game was n very good oue, iu fact, it whs about the liest exhibition ot the national game that our people hnvo Lad an opportunity of witnessing this Benson, and though tho home club was defeated, it certainly should uot bo a defeat that would make thu players feel discouraged or bo ashamed of their work. Leach pitched a splendid game cd ball, und ho had a foouioia worthy of bis steel in tbo person of "...

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 June 1895

HE DRIFTS IN OLD OCtfiN Different Currents Found by Gov? ernment Experiments. Great WanderiiiRS of Bottles Cast Into the Waves at Different Pla M ces. One Drifted 6,700 Miles. The Course and Speed of Gulf Stream. Forty-four bottles which hare been adrift at sea for periods ranging from | five days to eight years?thrown over Aboard from vessels for the United States ! 'government to test the ocean curreuti ?have been rocoverod during the past six months, and their wanderings are il 1 lustrsted in the .Tune hydrographic chart. I Ouo of these bottles drifted arotuid tho xVtlautio in a semicircle of 6,700 niiles. boing ut sea for 3,026 days. It .was thrown overboard from tho yacht L'E?roudcllo duly 2S, 1?S7, and recov? ered Oct. 8, 1894. It was east iuto tho sea several hundred mi-lcs oast of New? foundland; traveled toward England, ^passed south along the coast of Spain and down to the eastenunast extremity of Africa and then went ashore on ono of the Bahama islands. Another bottlo was...

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 June 1895

OTIiCI&L REPORT. Money in?rK?? Ft Southern Aeeonmtn.l Pres?. Krw Yona, Juno 27.?Moucy oil call oasr et lai vor ceuf.elosintt' nt 1'. per ct-nt stor Jiuc exchange is Hrm. with actual business In buukeie' lulla nt IS^i for sixty day* ?n.t 4b'Jfa4S!>j for doiunud. I'ostoit raten. ?8nii4!<l. Connie rciid bills, 187jiilSSj. 60T ?rnu.ont i oil:? firm, tbk stock market?PL0SIS0 IilOs. American Cottou Oil. 271: American O.t tou Oil. I ref, 74i: American Sugar llefln ?ri<s, 110!; An eri' iin Sugar Hofineries. prnf. ?9: American Tobacco. IIS): American To toacco. prof. Ill: fttchison. Topoka and Santa Fe. tt\. Baltimore and Ohio. 021; Cau ?da Faciflc. 521: Chcan)ieake and Ohio. 211: Chicago and Alton, lAth Chicngo. Hurling* ion andQnincv. 8U: Chicago Ga?Trnet. 651; S'elauaie ami" l.aukitwnnim. 162": Distil tr? and Cattle Feeders. 21 F.rio. 9{: F.rie. ?ref.. 22: General Klectric, 30; llliiiots Central, 96; 1 ake Krienu i vvesterii.24 j:l.nke SSrie ami Western, uro f.. 84: l.aUo Sho...

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 June 1895

Strange Capers and Bizarre Do? ings of Mrs. Jack Gardner, She Has Diplomacy, Daring, Tact, Talent, Heart and Human Na? ture in Generous Propor? tions. A Lion Hunter. Some of Her Conceits. Boston has a romarkablo woman, tma Jier name is Mrs. .tack Gardner; a wo 9u:iu who does the things that uro culled dutro Mid bizarre, who scorns conven? tionality, who is as prolific iu piotur ? stsqun caprices as sho is indalgeut in ov ?sry odd whim und vagary, it womun yjwith tho temperament of a bohemian, .'?'the finesse und tact of a diplomat and vtho daring which rides rough shod over rigid social proprie-ties,.yet which charms <tho stiff nocked er.poueuts of tho Pori ? tan civilization by tho fruuk originality of its innovations ; a women who is not "beautiful, yet fascinating; not cultured <in the Boston sense), yot a. most invet? erate patron of Bcsthetioe; who is not highborn, yet tho queen regent ol the Hub's most exclusive and blue blooded society. : Sho is rioh. Sho is married. Sh...

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 June 1895

VOL."! L?NO. 34_ _^_NORFOLK, VA.. SATURDAY, JUNE 2!>. 1895 PRICE 2 CENTS WIK GIG AHEAD' iook at the Assessment of Real Estate. The Assessors Have Completed Their Work nnd Norfolk Has Gained 51,939,065 Over the Assess mcnt of 1890. A Great Showing. Tho assessors of real estate, Messrs. L. T. Gwathmey, J. A, Wiuslow aud William 1'unnill, have completed the ?eaBBeaiuietit for the city, iiud report ? total vuiuatiou for tho h'x ward;? of ?21,865,155, an increase ovor lS'.iu of Cl,939,965. The ussessors consider this ? remnrkahlo showing. ;t will be remembered that lS'.H) was ? boom period; that value* were greatly luilutod. land then anywhere on the fiver front was thought to bo almost us valuable us gold duat, and as u ?onsoqueuoa tbo assessments iu many (ostanoes were considered high. These (uistakts woro easily made iu tho booui 4uk days. When Die valuation of that rear footed up tho ImndHoiuo some of (119,925,1DO, there were many persona *ho discredited the tigtiroe, Hut as a mut...

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 June 1895

I. GIBBS OH1 STAND. He Tells What He Knows About The Case in Question. The Business Manager Put Through the Mill. He Did Not Read the Article, Only Read Adverbs, moots. Wont to See the Book Publishers, The interest iu tho MaBsey-PilotJsnil is not couliued uiono tu this city, tint the press of the entire country is giv iutt it lurgo space. The telegraph wires nightly carry thousands ot words aud big fat letters leavo Nortolk daily for tho newspapers to bo reachod by mail. The people of Norfolk ore tnkiug prent interest, uud daily,since the trial tiegan lust Monday, prounucut oili'/.SUB have been attending court. While all of the evidence is of more thau ordi nary interest, it is siito to sny that neurly all of these people are watching for Mr. Maesey's oppearnnee upon the stand. As the plaintiff, ho is tho most im? portant witness. How he will answer re. any of the questions which the de? fense will be certain to put is u matter whioh the public is curious to know. That Mr. Alaesey w...

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 June 1895

-njK TAKE THE RISK, and ?' don't ask any one to take our word for it that Dr. Deanc's Dyspepsia Pills cure dyspepsia, indigestion, habitual constipation, and >U!; headache. We want t<> send you a free sample. Then you can tell whether you want to buy them ot not. Atklrc ? DR. J. A. UKANE CO , Kingston, New Yotk. Tticy are forisle .-t ail dtugebti. ccntt. M a m i;ii. VOK APVKItTI.SINO -I'm 1 \ I Ol I f apply to M?T C .lUltpAX.lti Ho.k PAC.i \ i ?? i as vii u t si. Je:i-.'t \\ ANTi l>?An lit'peittor. llnir.melilj ennipe lein, nonii in with the Norfolk In pciti-m ?( ?ilr.-.j, i?d lumber, to in u t tut .101.111 . t s 1. ml in II eultliiK alfoul 111,11.0 lesl p'ei day, 011 1 Ii? Lower s'ouiiu Vddr-'j irilhrel lenee niul salary expected, img. m'\ s,, s.t. HnTtirtinre, m<l. ju2Veod-3i \CASTI I'?A i! il I k A 1 ; r mill Ir.oi.t I? Apply lutulcdlately u VHOilNIAN oil-let: /AOLoRKll MKN WANTED lo srotfc . n the ra'l V r. ml S.> l.c.vr Vtplt lobtf e Ol U W. I UI HAKEH Contrac...

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 June 1895

?takj.t-'nv;'.? ISJB. rUBLlSHEU KVEIH MOHMXtt EXCEPT ViONUAA. V1UUK11A.N BUILDING. MAIN ANi> COMMERCE SI KKKTA. M. QLKNNAN. Otrjii-.n. l.utiro l at sccou l-cia ? TUK OIllOtlLVriO.S uk L'Hlfi VlltlilNIAN b I.A.UOI.IA in i'.XOBSS of ku> other vaeer published iu l?a*t i n Virgin; i. imotronlavl n In Norfolk ami i'urtsinouth is greater lloin that of any paper ptiblishu i or eirouiateil tu the t?o oitlo*. .t .8 dillToreil 111 the eitles of Norfolk iinil poribioo-.nli mil suburb." for it* couu a *eek. '?i - ih rlptioas, pott tage paiil F.v Dollars per year; I'breo Hollars to. n liioiitbf. One Dollar and Fifty Cent? for tbrei' noiithK, au.l fifty Onts for one moot . . _ Advertisements iusortod nt the rate of . > C?: ih a >? i v i i'u.-1 is il t.:i iN; oa Ii subse? quent insertion Uksts, or "> ? Wai'nism rKii uvKit\ i. i iir.u i>\v. Contrac? tors are no! nl'owe.l to exco il I eir spa o or ii.i-oitife other than tboir I3k'i Iniete business, except by paying especially for t...

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 June 1895

Horse Shoe McCann's Pitching and Good Hitting Did the Work. fhe Home Team Fielded Nicely, But 'They Failed to Hit the Ball Sattdy. Tiiis is tliO Fifth Straight Game the Boys Have Lost. It tool; eleven luniugs yesterday to vettle tho question of supremacy be ? wet'N our lads unit tho vt-it.u .-. L?ut she boiuo team oouldu't as auythiug vitli tho man who cm i les ^ Ith him u vrtioic barrel uf the luoli, said to no company the poeaeasor ut the ri.yut ?und shoo ot thu right kiud of a borne, couffijuoutlv a sad "tula of woo" la the jroperiy of tho Trinkets, who should viot louse heart, but onecr up, eu? couraged by the fact tiiut tney rro not : ?douc iu their suiiucss, for this very ?erne pitcher and this very eauiu team J,tuv uu favorites, ni other teams in iho .uguo cau, nuil will tebtifj that tbuy ?re no "oiueb," aud when a team goes in a jjnnin agaiust tho "Magieiao?" with shut idea tbey nro apt to huvo thoir dreams dispelled. The u a me yesterday so far na tho rioliie ti am was couc...

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 June 1895

j HAYMAKERS' CONVENIENCES. ftxm Ohio Bar Carrier?A Cheap H?rne? rn?.l<- Hny Elwmtor. ' A homemndo hay carrier attachment is shown at A in the skotoh. -which il ?lnstxntcs a portion of the burn. This at? tachment consists of a pioco of wood 3 by S inches of good oak. At oither end is securely bolted n olovia?one to bo ivt - tachod to the hay carrier policy above and the other to harpoon. The leugthof the wood piece is such as to just allow . W , ilk HOMEMADE HAY CARKIBR. \ot the hay to clear the tio ut F. To each or line?B and 0 in cut?is attached n ully uenr the middle of the buy. Over ?ach of th?o pulleys passes a rone One end is fastened to the nttaolunout at E, and tho othor end hang* loosoly iu tho jbay. Bo euro the ropes an- long euough rcaoh to tho bottom of the hay when o harpooh is on tho wagon. An Ohio Farmer correspondent do Scribes the operation as follows: After Itho harpoon is loaded und it- is desired *o drop the hay toward tho end of the ?hay marked D tho man in th...

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 June 1895

COIIERCIIL REPORT. IUoticV ItlOrke? Et Fontborn Associatoil Pres?. TTrw youn. .Inn?- iS.?Money on ?-all Htm at lall per cent. Oloslngat 2 per emit Mit f. iic exebaug* is Iii tu. with actual busincaa u bankers' hiHs a| 4?t?1u48Si for sixty Jays ml 489}a489] for domnud. I'osteil rate*. 39u4>0. fomni-rcinl bills, 489lu4t0. C'.ov ilIi out Inn- t- Brill. 1 HB STOCK M.MIlir.T?i l.osinm r.nw. American f'oiton Oil. 27}: American Cnt ?jiu Oll. pref, 74: Airoricnn Sogar Kefin trii-s. 1091; An sjricnn Sugar PefluerieR. prof, j'.' ?uiorican Tobacco. 1121: Ainericini To Lncro. pref, 112: Atdiisoti. Tonoka :m I Junta Po. 9t: Baltimore ami Ohio, 811: Can? ada racilic. .*?'.': Chesapeake nud Ohio. 22}: "('hiengo and Alton, 1(18: Chicago. I.urling ?oii iinil4)uincy. ?-1 : Chicago0?< Trueti Kl: Jirlnware and l.aektitruuim. 103: Distil ?ri and (Tattle Pr?dere. 20 l?rio. 9J: Rrie. ?srof.. 22: Gcueral Klectric. 35}; Illinois t/entral.OM; 1 aku Urb ami W eater n.24 hLakc Tri? and vTVsterti pref.. R...

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 June 1895

H?rvey and Horr Preparing for their Great Battle. Tho Fight Will be to a Finish, and Both Men Are Training Hard. It is Said the Contest will Last Fifteen Days. The Rules of the Debates. Miss Josie Hix is W. IT. Harvey's pri? vate secretary, lu her desk in Mr. Har? vey's office she has the utuiios, addresses tuul ci>il or military titles of soaio GO, 000 free silver advocates. She knows personally every one of the luoders in tho silver cause, nud usually can lay her linger on any of tlsem. Just now, howi'viT, she is densoly ig? norant of tho whereabouts ol Mr. Har? vey himself. Every day she leaves tho i'ort Dearborn building with an armful of letter**, booksi pamphlets, statistics and challenges nud harries to the Win dtsrmore Intel, br.t when she> is on duty in her office she shakes her head nud smilingly protests that shehann't the re? motest idon whore Mr. Harvey is. Tho fact is, however, that Mr. Harvey is preparing for his coining monetary "soC to" with Roswell (I. Horr, ...

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 June 1895

Tue Evitas? GonilriUSd ana m. BY?D B?WWlEDBE? 00 Hi* Very Interesting Le Small Tell: GUTTING DOWN TO THI jHessis. Roger and Genius [flake a l Fossi&tl ty directors who di H3T bisect-hi Tho wentbor yesterday w?i very try? ing upou the lawyers eugugod iu too Muasey-l'ilot suit, and all who have tieou in any way forced ti> ntteml the ?OBsious of the court, will welcome this tiuuday a? :. dny "f rest. The lawyers did not <viinn ttirwiiru yesterday morn? ing no promptly ua usual, They wuru tust ns brainy as heretofore, but not so bright. The Judge (or tbo first tune ebowed tlmt tho bot weatbur is telling i apou linn, Sheriff Uurke itntl bis dopu- , hob looked tired, 1 he newspaper uieu tiuve beon worn to a frazzle, ami a] cumber o( tho witui ss.es I com a distance are getting borne sick. It was notice? able tlmt ibo Uwycru were not bo talks tivo iiB they bave been in tho past. When they couKl not agree, nmi tliu cnling ot the oourl was not their way of thinking, they merely uot...

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 June 1895

VIRGINIA ?IL? The Woman's Department at This . Great Inter-State Exhibition. The Effort of the Ladies of the Com? monwealth to Secure a Display of Woman's Work and Colonial and Revolutdnary Relics. Virginia's Contribution. Two of the most important divisions of the womau's department of tue At? lanta Exposition are those for tho dis? play 61 womnn's work and of Colonial and Revolutionary rolics. Tho Out eroor of Virgiuia has appointed as commissioners for this portion of tbo State, for the former Mrs. ?. A. Saab, aud for the latter Mrs. Hugh N. Page. Attention is called to the loiter of Mra. Nash asking all who may wish to bo come exhibitors iu her department to communicate with her. As to ttie colonial and revolutionary exhibit Mrs. Page bus appointed Mrs. Oeorgo 11. Newton aud Mrs. M. Glsnuau on tho ouxilliary committee to assist her in getting n list of articles suitable ;for tho colonial display. Atlanta looks to Virginia more than ony other State for a grand colonial display, a...

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