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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 30 June 1895

mm, m!\ There is no better cure in existence lorCramps, Cholera Morbus and all S u ill in e r Complaints, than PaiU-KUler. Good for all pains, aches and soreness, internal or ex ternaL One good trial will convince you that You can j/et it anywhere at 25c a bottle (double the former quantity). See that tlie bottle beats the name Perry Davis cc Sou. No other is eenuine. Vi ANTKU. PAKKEK3 ii' mild i??;t-.. 1 a? O? " 111. Kl okkrepei luv ?KURS, ETC. m-liior ?> e 11 liefe *!!<??- ffOiii Iii? U1111K of Knglaul. Komiou. AddliSl II. 0 IlKRCEIt, Charli.it, N. 0 h?j> ???' I'or AI'V 1 .?i SI'ACi: AT OCEAN VIEW r bp;-i> to.Y-,1 l\ .n It DAN. It! Bans si. n-'.-.t .1 ANTKl'?An In-pee'or, thoroughly conipe I' 1.11' foniil'tr witn IU? Norfolk Inspection <>i gdln-drl A l-imler 10 in-a I the output ?>l 11 band |u II I'Ulti'nc ;<l. .lit :'?'.-? 0 roil pei day. Oil lli.i towel Sou nil. Aiiilr-js, wi h iH roncn n d s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 30 June 1895

' rOBLlSIlk? KVEHY. MOUS1SO BKOKPX MONDAY. VIBOINUN BUILDING. MAIN AND COMUKHUK S1'UBKT& M. Q1.KSNAN. Own i i.._ ... fnttroit as eeooud-ctas* uialtor. PERSONS LEAVING THE CITY Durinp; the summer can have THE NORFOLK VIRGINIAN mailed to them by ordering it at this office, either in person or by letter. Secretary Gresbam was foud of chil? dren, and those at the Ariingtou Hotel always mot bitu with u joyous shout. Kentucky may be intensely l>etuo cratio, but this year it isn't taking its Bourbon spirit irom any silvor tung. Miss Willord, tbo reformer, wants to know "why are men uot more bounti? ful?" and the Times I'uiou gives as u reason that they have to thiuk too much. Besides it sins: Thinking do etroys beauty, nud that is why most newspaper men are homely euough to Bcsre a hog out of nisweet potato patch. TUE M BJU 1 Of \ > M X \ I !<?>. The coming of the Southern railroad to the hBrbor of Norfolk for its deeu water terminus,...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 30 June 1895

PORTSMOUTH NEWS MITE I CITY Mi Full Report of the Committee to the Council Friday Night. A Brief History o:" flie Work, Which is Now Being Pushed to Comple? tion. The Cost of the Work to Date. Au Interesting Document. The following is the report of the C'omuiittco on Sewcrago uiado to the Couucil Friday night. It will bo read vith much interest: PoBTSMOvrn, Va., June JSth, is:'5. g'o the Honorable Vltfl Council: Gkntlkmkn ? Your Committee on Bowerage aud Draiuugo hopo that * ?bort history of our city sewering from its begiuuiug, to? gether with a statement of tbo prog? ress uud cost of thosamu to date would lio of interest to you aud of service to vox successors iu ofltce. With this ob? ject iu view, wo respeotfutly Bubmit (ho following: November 10th, 1891. The following tesolution was oll'erod by Mr. Barlow, seoonded by Mr. Toomer, nnd adopted: fittt-olc/d, That a committee of five bs appointed by tho President to cou eider tho quostiou of aowcrago for the city; that they be autho...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 30 June 1895

HE LOST THE WIDOW. FORG?T TO SHAVE AND WAS THROWN DOWN FOR BEING SHABBY. 6?d Experience of a New York Furmcr ! 'Who Wa* I'oMibly o Llttlo Abiwntuilnd I ,?d When Stnrtlnn Ont Vor n Wile-But j Xobody Could niatna tlie Widow. ; Tho unftilling raccoss of tho green ?roods oircular among thorur.il toilers is to many o 6ouroe? of astonishment. Wo wotidor why the f armor runt nines to yiel? to the old and oft exposed gold brick swindle. Wo know not why ho cashes tho check of the bunko steeror, '?tor Mhy be mortgages his farm i:i K?gu injr auotc at, the solicitation of the wily thg^ttniug rod operator. Yet in these evi aenoes of verdant simplicity is ho less tu'nipie than in his failure to nmlorstaud fbe conditions which determine matri? monial happiness? In Port Jerrifi recently an honr*t yeo? man of. Postordole who had come in on iho train to meet tho widow of his j cboioa and lead her into tla> holy bonds i of matrimony wits thwarted in his on- j de?Tor and hold un to the worn ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 30 June 1895

mm local A. deeil was yesterday recorded iu tho Cuuuty Clerk's otlioo, transferring ?no Jot ou tho east side of Wollotis street {rum A. a. Eley a"d wifo t? J- i''rauk l>uko, for $17."). Suhoouer Flying Soud, Capt. North, loft port yo-ter<luy with a cargo of lum? ber for Baltimore, Tim Fuir Grouud Baptist Church v. ili run au excursion uuder its auspices luuio time iu July. A number of Suffolk business men Vill atlcud County Court in lslo of "Wight, wbioli begins to-morrow. Watermelon* huvo made their ap Itctirnuce ou tlio Suffolk market. M ro. (icore,u Aliit hows*, of lustituto ?treet, who had bet arm broken several ?weeks ogo, is still suffering grently Irom the effects of tlio fructure. Murriugo licenses woro yesterday is ?.uod Irom tho County Cleik'a otiico to following parti,*, colored: Johu A. "Monday nuil Edna Brooke, William I'ldlcber Lewis oral Lizzie Wilkins, After nu interesting meeting ot Ho-owood Camp, Woodmen of tho World, Friday uigbt, i\lr. \V. B...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 30 June 1895

LH Culled and Compiled With Care and Precision. Colored Y. M. C. A. Rally Meeting. On the Lookout for a Runaway Lad. An Arrest in Co.ir.ec tion With the Gold Brick Case. Personal Notes. Fair weather to-duy, northerly Thero will be no sermou at the lirst Baptist Church to-uight. Bishop Randolph is expected to preach at St. 1'aul's Church this morn logi The lato R. Q. Taylor, or Baltimore, vbo mi well knowu in Norfolk, left an ostatu valued at $75,000. Tlio iishiug schooner Oeorgeauua Youug was sold yosterdny uudor lihol to Capt. H. Seymour for $224. Mr. W. P." Ashbnrtt, agent of tho steamer Lnoy, is quite itok ut hie resi? dence od Mainstriet. Mise Maggie Baylor, who has bcon ?pending some tiiue> with Irlands in Co? lumbus, Ob., has returned homo. The niotnbore of the On,do Rowing Club anticipate next Tneeday oveuiug ? pleasant time on the Elizabeth, ??A Sunday at Niagara Falls" will bo tho subject ?f ReT. W. 6. Lenke at tho Third Baptist Churcu to uight at ri o'clock. Mis...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 2 July 1895

Counsel for Plaintiff Highly Sat? isfied. Evidence for the Defense Regard ine; Mandamus, Mr. DeLeu's Opinion of Mr. M.isscy, Mr. Wornack Not Yet iti the Case, May Be Later. Tbo sky WSB dark, the rain came down iu torrents, uevort?eless the fotiusol representing the plaintiff iu (lie Massey-Pilot suit uppeerod to be ?II smiles and exceedingly happy when ;bu court adjourned at :5 o'clock yos lerday afternoon. Mr." MeOilvary, the Secretary of !he Board ol Edkoation, had beeu'on the vituess stand aud put tr-.roogli a most ?itfid und trying examination ami had <ooje out in tho opinion of thb iriontts ,>f Mr. Massey witli rlyiug colors. He ? uipressod everybody with tho idea ?hat bo was lully able to take <ure of himself, in fact Messrs, Tboin, Walke and Ncoly bad tittle more to do than to sit hack tu their seats aud smile at his ndeptuess 4u meetin'g Mr. Wiho and tho other counsel tor the defeuoe iD their efforts to put bini "iu a hole," lie would not lie...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 2 July 1895

PRIORI PEN POINTS ,Touching a Variety of Topics, and Full of Information. Made Good Their piedge. A Burglar Sent on to the Grand dory. Large Excursion From Richmond. Parlor Meeting of W. C. T. U. Personal Notes. Fair weather reported for to day. The woiunu'B edition of tho Bilot ?will come out on tho 10th. Miss Jessie Teboult left Sunday via the Norfolk and Wetdcrn for Rich zuoud. Mayor Pettit was on tho bench with Justice Burroughs iu the l'oiioe Court vesterdav. ??Judge Martin will adjourn tho Court ol Law and Chancery to-duy until next Tuesday. The choir of tho Grnnby Street Motbodist Cnurcb will picnic at Thay er's furia Woduesday. lustend ol ice water, Sergeant Burko yestorday famished leinouudo tor tiio jurors nud others engaged iu tho Mua Bov- Pilot snit. Miss Minnie E, Stoue is attending the School of Methods at Bodlord City. At its closo sho will visit friends iu Lvncbburg. At the rnlly held at tho Bute Street Baptist Church, colored. Sunday even? ing, $2-11) was raised for...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 2 July 1895

THE POPULAR R ,v. Lsamci r. warren, D.D., Rector Holy Trinity Church, .. .?I r,:.r. EV. Daniel F ? x Rector 1 Ioly - Jersey City Heights, says: "Dr. Deane's Dyspepsia Pills are unquestionably rjoorl. They ar.-.in itiy opinion, .?'1 ihey claim to lie. I luve tried shem unil foun i in them what 1 needed. I believe they will cure Dyspepsia, and dial is tayine much bir any medicine I am ni.nl, therefore, to give niy tcsiiiaony."' AtalldtllgcbU'l .5 icim. Senat., u.t.-i > tlr- ?.?iiiol?. uk. j. a 1)1 am: c( ' . Kingston, New Vork. -n ?vn:n. XVAHTKU?1'lve cig?i lalcaion at outc. <.t W So. 817 Alain-stresl. iu.'-ti AN 11 f?t ::r' ? Hlnaautn nrlvaie fuiitiv of tl t .li Ii,*.' ii u' null, i witbOlll board. \ r -5 11. I'., ci.ro Virginian, jj -ll ?pi) PAN!', kits" Ihn Eli KEIiPKItUS, ETC ? wauled position a* b ikmejier, cathlerore n Qdfntlal ilerk. I'huioii' litjf experienced liefer -?in'. - itiiiu iliu Hank ni England, London Aildruas II. <>. at Ki...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 2 July 1895

MM" tacr*?usnr.n is.;6. T/UBL1SHED KVLBi M0UN1XQ BXCBl'T MONDAY. \1BG1NiaN BUILDING. MAIN AND COHMEttCJt 8IUKBTA II. ULKS NAN. Owrsr.k. _ ? iHlfcOiBpULATlOSOF Hit'. VlllUlNIAN h LABUEi.V IN EXCESS ,f an> other i>?uer oub?ah. d iu Last . u Virgin... oircnlaii u iu Norfolk au.l Portsmouth is'c.rreter (ban thai of auy paper published or . uoinate i in the two eitii ?. t ii delivered iu the cities ot Norfolk und Porisniuiiih end suburbs lor iu ceuU a week. ? ad - ib rlpttous, postage paid. F v Dollar? P"r year; 'J*hr?o bollum foi tlx luonibe. Ouo Hollar ?ini Fifty Cent? for tbre : tum th*. end Fifty OeaU for ouo ^Advertisements in.-crtod ut the rate of 1~> Ck"ik a S i \ e Fir.? l iscal Bl i?n; each i>ui??o uuent insertion 87J Cknts, or 5.1 i > sw wur.n Hfeutw> nun 1 rntK ??at. Contrac? tors are uot ?Howe 1 to o\roc<l taeir l|?ai e or athertlae other tlmn their le^ium'to business, except by paying especially for...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 2 July 1895

PORTSMOUTH NEWS Mr. John H. Hume is Unanimously Elected President. fk'.r. D. W. Ballontine is Honored With the Position of Vice-President, and Mr. E. Thompson is Re-elected Clerk. Mr. C. W. Walker, Temporary Chairman. The City Council met last uight for Ibe purpose of orgaui/.iug. Tba fullowiug members wore present: ft. W. Asbtou, (J. M. Koyuolde, C. b. Hinter, .1. L>. Ueed, Johu 11. Homo, Joseph P. Weaver, U. S. Sborwood, C. W. Walker, D. W. Bulloiitine, <J. E. Jilurden. C. E. .Outeu, Win. A.Groou, ?Jeo. M. Turner, L. C. liriue&u, S. T. Montague, .). .1. King, W. V. H. Wil? liams and W. lluyes Moore. Meeting was called to order by tbe elerk, who stilted that the lirst business Would lie tbe olectiou ot a temporary president. Mr. U. W. Walker was nominatod end wub eluded. Mr. Walker on taking the chair, ?ailed for nominations for perinonent chairman, Mr. O, S. Sherwood uomiDated Mr. 6. H. liume, aad thero being no oppo? sition he was unanimously cle...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 2 July 1895

Senior Class of a Georgia College Stir Up Trouble. Art Exciting Episode That Involved Governor Atkinson, the President and Trustees of the Institution and Many High Tempered Youhr Ladies. An excitiuR episode ooourroa nt too tecenr graduating exercises of the Girls' Normal and Industrial college at Mil ledgeville. Oa. To condense the facts, it sewis that a member of the graduating class wus re? cently convicted i >f nsius unfair methods in answering U-.tin questions and con? fessed tho foult. Aecordiug to the writ? ten statement of the faculty, unfair methods among the students huve "run riot in the institution" for a long time. An agreement, had luxm entered into last year lietween the teachers and pupils tlmt any student found guilty of cheat? ing in tbo future should bo expelled. Tho unfortunate young lady was ad? vised by the faoulty to go home. She pleaded to bo allowed t? remain tlu-ongh commencement and recoive her diploma with the rest of tho class. Tho faculty ref...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 2 July 1895

COMMERCIAL REPORT. MoilcV Vlaruut Br Southern Associated Pros?. "4f.w Yohk. July I.?Money on chII ex-y at 2 per cent. closing nt 4 per cent Ster? ling exchange is Brm. with actual business tu bunkers' bills at tSainlrlSj for sixty days ?nil 4891h4K91 for demand.. Posted rntcs. 4S'.i'.ii4,.'Ul. t'omm rend bills, 487liil84J. Cov ?rrmieiit bouils st adv. tub stock jiaukft?.3l0sin > iii?1?. American c'ott ;u Oil. 27: American Cot? ton Oil. I rof. ?: American Bujjiir Refill srus. 1U8?: Amarican Sugar IteBnories. prof. 09}: Americiu Tobacco. ies|: American To? bacco, prof. Ill; Atehison. Toei'ka au t Cants Fe. 'J.. Unltlmore and Ohio, Oil; Cau ?da Pacific. M: Chesapeake nud Ohio. 22}: Chicago am) Alton, IAS: Chicago. iinrting ^on undQuinoy.Sli: ChicagoQas/I,ruet. G2': i'elinvare anil Lacknwaaim. 162;: D is til? ers aud Cattle Keerler*. 2U| Erie. .101; Erie, j.ref.. 22': Ueueral Electric. Illinois ventral, 98: I ako Erie and Western.24: Lake J riu and Western. |>ref.....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 2 July 1895

FITZSIMMOXS AND COKBETT. The Fighters Slzo Each Othor TJp In Spicy Interviowa. atnch Supremely Contldsnt?Arthur I.noi ley Tri!? Haw They Will Ficht und How They Fool?Thta Will Ur Jim's Last llattlo?Ills Future. ICOPTTttOHT. I8S8.1 i HAT Bob Fitz sitnmons and .1 hn Corbo 11 will m cot at Dallas In Octo? ber is just ns certain us that a bene fluent Crontor made little apples us. well as the other p-oivi things for his children. Beth hare frone too far to recede. The man who, on any .possible pretuxt, ahould shirk the conflict, would los? his reputation forever'in the eyes of the American public. Nothing but the death of one of the principals can prevent n tight. J,f they do not battle tit Dalltis they will" in Mexico, or at/some other point, even in a uloutl room if need be, for n real bona-ttftc sport Iruigiis nt bluc eoats ii' love does nt locksmiths. To civo Corbet! ami Fitasimmons Credit. I do not. believe tliat either cherishes thn slightest wi*h to cvndc the issue. I am satisfie...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 3 July 1895

The Defense Will Conclude With Its Evidence To-Day, Mary Affidavits Were Submitted Dealing With Mr. Massey's Pri? vate Affairs, He is Said to be Tln-ifly Farmer Makes Fine Crops. Tho teesiou of tho Cirouit Court was cot so trying yesterday as beretufore, ?ud fur two reusous : The weather was cool and a largti cleotrio fun had been suspended from the coiling, just over the bends of counsel, and in front of ?be judge and jury. It thoroughly veu Hintes tbe room, und too jury would tender a voto ot thanks if they lind u chance, to thu uiuu who provided it, etui thereby contributed so much to their comfort. The ouaracter of the evidence i?tro daoed for the l?6t few days has tended to reduce the size of tho crowd. Alli davitfi ami court records are not so [attractive as oral tilts between wit in. ts and couuticl. There whs nothing of a decidedly ?pioy nature introduced yesterday und as the hours moved slowly on toe spectators grow lets and befuie a-l Journnieut there were not enough peo? ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 3 July 1895

They Are Beaten Two Games Succession by the "Clams." The Norfolk Team Has at Last Struck j a Winning Gait, Their Work Yes? terday Puts Them Well Gp Among the Strong Teams of the League, Tho attraction at League Park yos terday afternoon, which drew u goodly Cumber of epeotators, was the two games for one aduiisiou, between thu Norfolk, team aud thu leaders in the race for the "pennant." The gome started promptly at 2:30 o'clock with Mr, Colhilowor officiating us umpire. Geier, lirst man up, wuut out to Brad? ley, O'Hagan nuglud but wont out, Kelly to Honsouian, Corcoruu walked to first, Tote Hit to Borte, who Jumbled, and "King" Kelly pus?os tho ball over eentor Held tence for u "homer," sendiug in Coroorau ami T?te, scoring three runs. For Biohmoud Kainambled leisurely down to first on four balls, but is cauglit napping there by Goto uud T?te. Grorcs makes tiiree vicious strikes at tho ball, that is nil. Bradley walks. Houseman reaches first ou error of Corcoruu, which in conjunc? ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 3 July 1895

Hie Virginian's Daily Hints -FOR HOUSE-KEEPERS ! BilToTFare -for TO - MORROW, tkukmiw. july -Tl'U. IcoPTKIour.t BREAKFAST. Moulded Farlau: i Cieain iid Strawberry Ja 1 raham tirrs-i. fUk'el Tongue. Browned Potaioca. MUk Vrai kers. i uifee. DlfMINJEFi. Calfi 1 tr.'r ami Bacou. Ma?lied Potatoes. Pea*, lettuce French l>i ?->?inn. 1 Vhttc and Cora Bread. Haspberry Turl with Vlii|?|<fd f'ream. ?5 l_j F? f=> El R. Wann (irahapi bread l'ricd Beef. Crcaw* i I v. Berries. Cake. T<-?. ?;ai.?"b i.ivck am? tu? o>. t ash the liver well; out In Ibln iliueaaudnol sprertwo Inches sqttnre. Broil, seasoning well oi ?u'i in Hour and fry, trrauge In center of platter smh ii.akunv baoou, crisp, outside; gurulab of ?ueley. WANTKIh VfASTKI) A'l i'\ i_i ,,r load amply Apolll *l nan- ? iiti bnlllei u him lowest price Ad f f . "1'ltEKZI." car. tliUcilii JuS-lw YHAX'I EU A young ladj w-uld '.. poalliOB at lu alnj lu 4fa ir iraln ?! sopraiino vo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 3 July 1895

ESTA.BI.ISUr.U 1S?5. fublisiiep KVKJtt mousisq ?XOEP* monday. virginian duii.DINO. Hain and commbuckariiKirra. m. olknnan. Owski? THKCIUCl.l.M lOSOi" TDK V1UGIMAN jj LABQKLY IN BXUESST ol auy other . tauer pabiisucd i? ruvirKtuia. ? 'M circulati u in Norfolk and Portsmouth I? creator Mau tb.it ?f any paper published i or . iioumte i tu tbo two eitie?. t is delivered iu tbi- eitle* of Norfolk ..ad ? l'ortmmuutb bu.I suburb' lor tu c.ouW a | weck, -ail sob ? riptious, i o>t .go paid. F v Dollar.? per vf^r; Ibreu Polls? foi -ix luotllbt. Oi.o Dollnr mid Fifty UeuU for ? tbre.- mji ?b-. an I liilr Ooiit- ror ono "5S>crtiietnint- Inserted :it ti.o rate of "> j Cr. - Tu a s.i it at'titsi is-tKiiTtiiN; each subsi ? quent iuiertiou ;?i Cbsts, or ?' < i >r- ; vm-. ismw'TKH r.w.iiv innrn iiav. i.'ontrac tore are not ?l'owod to exceed t-eirspa o or advertise other tban tbefr logitliusle business, except by paying especially lot the same. T...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 3 July 1895

PORTSMOUTH NEWS Gathered From All Points In and j About the City. N.wsy Notes of What Goes O.i In the i Course of a Day, and the Move? ments of the People Faithfully Chronicled, Both at Home and Abroad. Only 2lb dog togs havo been paid for ?a yet. To morrow will bo tho glorious Fourth. Dr. 8. li, Kenny is in the city on a Tiiit to Irieuds. The sesehsors books for Norfolk cuuutv aro about completed. Jim Smith wus fined SlOiu Mayor's Couit yesterday for disorderly conduct towards a wuniau. I Tho All-America! and a club from Norfolk will play a gumo at Doaguu i'tirk this afternoon. Miss Alico King/ daughter of Mr. <,tco. W. King, le very siok at her fa ? tier's residence on South street. Mr. Mason is maKiug big prepara? tions to accommodate the urowd that v. ill go to Port Norfolk to morrow, liuv. Mr. Mitchell moved into tho sow pattorium which has put been completed for tho South Street liaptist Church. Mr. Edward Hammill left Monday eight for Auapolis, Md., to recuperate |...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 3 July 1895

B?lvi1 Rights Law Affords Them Tern- j I' ? parary Relief. slrYhat They Are Entitled to and What { j They Receive Arc Not Always the i Same. A New Law That Ag t. gravates Class Distinction. The Penalty. j A bill was passed by tho lust legisla- ! rfuro to prevent discriminations against ^ 3 negroes by common carriers, hotel nnd restaurant proprietors, saloon keepers, theatrical managers and all other pur f.veyafs to tho demands of tho public, i The bHI was not signed by tho governor until noar the close of tho :h> day limit, j fa It islcnown as tho Mulby law, fruniod j V by Charles W. Anderson, a colored om , ployee in tho state treasurer's office, who lives iu New York city and is un active politician among his own people. |The,law provides that all citizens with jin -this state "shall be entitled to tho full and equal accommodations, advan? tages, facilities and privileges of inns, restaurants, hotels, eating houses, bath? houses, barber shops, theaters, ninsio halls, pu...

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