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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 11 July 1895

COMMERCIAL REPORT. itlpiivv Martini BY Southern Aesociiitod IVosi. Vzv Yoiik. .inly 10.?Money on call easy ?t loU por cent, closing at 1 per omi Ster> fiug exchange i- llriu. with actual busi? ness in baukers' Ditls at 489a4S9] lor sixtv days noil 4io for demand. Posted rates. ?BUln4S0). Commercial bills, 4b'3ai8>;. Uov ffnu.aut bonds Arm. tbk8took vaiik1-.t??i.ooso bum. Inieiiean Cotton Oll. 20: American Cot? ter. Oil. l roT. 71: American Sugar Iteflu ?rui, 1111; American sugar iteflneries. prof. I?0}; American Tobacco. 11:'..'.: American To %neeo. pref. 113; Atchison. Topeka an I Vhntit Fe. 101: Baltimore and Ohio, OiJ: Can 5da Pacific. 181: Che?apeake and Ohio. 221; IbJoago nnd Alton, 167: Chicago. Burlinx* Ion uudQniucy. 801; Chicago Ga<< TrusLBI}; lialaware and Laokiitvanna. 1021; Distil era nud < attlo Ire lers. 21}: Krie. 101: Erie, ?eel.. '22.: General Electric. 30J; Illinois Central, 99; I eke Krioati I Wosteru.25: Like *l"ri.- unit Westum, pref.. 8:i|: Lake ...

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. — 11 July 1895

Oklahoma Lawyers Doing a Very Rushing Business. One Law Firm that Expects to Collect 825,000 hi Fees from Divorce Clients This Year. Only Four Weeks Necessary for the Painless Operation. A raivn ?with a ticket to Arkansas City, Kan., and a cosmopolitan air alighted from the train from t!io oast and after lirvnkfust sauntered to the offico of the ticket sullcx and asked for r ticket to Oklahoma. In roply to the question what particular part of the land of the bandits and sandstorms lio desired to visit, he rei>lirxl that it made no part iculor differouco to him and ro markod to tho tiokut sollor : "I am from New York, aoaking n dl Yoroo, one of the whilo-you-wait-and without-pi?iu kind, no you will please tioket mo to some qniet point where tho divorce mill always grinds and nover tires, and I will try to do the rest." The journeying* of divorce seekers to Oklahoma are simply astonishing. Oil the through trains are to 1"? found numerous passengers wh>> are silent and Indiffe...

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. — 12 July 1895

Ee Has Mever R'clvea ai Rny Time fing Pecuniary Dsnefii (or Rny Ss.v.ce. Since me Piiors Article 11 Has Been aids! impossible io: min io TtiinH Gonsecuilveiy. UE DOES HOT OWE B DOLLAR Mrs. Massey Tells How Much Money She Received from Her Brothers, What Became of it, Who Paid for the Trips to Mexico and Canada. The most interesting period in Iho Massey ? l'llot suit was readied yester? day when the pretty wife of tba Super iotendeutof Educatioujwas called to tbo etand; Tbo large hall waa packed from the Judge's bench to the door, aud iu the audience were 6ouie of ihe molt promi? nent oitizeua of the city. These hun? dreds of peoplo came tu lienr wbat Mrs. Masse; would say, as Mr. Thom had tudicatcd ou the previous day that she would bo called, They were in? n-rested to Bee if in the exaun nation she would hu put upon "the rack." Mrs. Massey was calm itud dignified and at no tune did she uppear to loso her ? > > \ .session, mough questions were asked pertiuent uud impertineut. ...

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. — 12 July 1895

I ilY-PllOT IT! f Cbmiiilifd ivum i:r*l ;w/'. ' iTotn Alabama, but knew Unit sho brought over 350?, nud thut she gave it to Mr. Mas-oy to luvest. He invested it in Big Mono Gap lot*. 1 don't Know anything aliotit Ibe in ?vestment. 1 raw tho motley afterward in Mr. Mersey'* pooket, 1 won't sweet tbat 1 did ceo it iu bis pooket. 1 peep joto bis pockets whenever 1 oboose to do so. No, sir, 1 never gut my hands o'n it iirbiii. 1 do not know anything about busiuess aud dou't know whether the statement mane by me. as u party to the suit of Vaiieey et als. vs. John E. Massey et als., that tbe fifty shares of stock in (lie lauii nud loan com? pany belonged lo me, was true ur no:." 1 just left the whole thmg to Mr. Massey. Ves, Mr, 1 do kuo'w ihat 1 never ?nw the$1,000 again thaul pave hi in to iorust. My brothers alwaysguve lie money nud 1 gave it to Mr. Muh aey. 1 got some from them every year. J do not know how much I got in 1802 and 1893er 1801. I usually spend the inouuv as 1 please. Wo...

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. — 12 July 1895

t^TvLlSMAS OnuTocnll? bun ons to ir*\i? : will ?' pay tpodtahiry aa l expanses or ?.intsslnn; ?"ifr eaulj i ii. c\,?ricnoc umiteesMrv; Bar ample, and par.ai- address I'. ?. UO.\ 1-0 &ew > or- < ilr. JiOAKU?Oii?S single loom cm la' bad with board > la desirable l< culiij for $10 pt r moil b Addtets ft. H. C, Virginian olllpu. leltMl aITAXTKIi 'I'll* nibllc 10 kbon ib.it i'ic Mor *' n oi K?nau i- ili*- pu. - i.. go io enjoy all the pl.n-ui--1 II a- ii uUbriltnl leas rest than ? aywbeieilM al tlio tieuch i- \\. MOItULSK J I', ?'loprlelur, l'o\ i . \ lia-mia Ibach |hi6- I J CENTS \>t ipilckli PrrMrvIng Hook Spoon aft lireaioi seltci IHUl. Si'nd ?? i.toi rnli .?i/o plated |khii by mail, ri?i:-i:i:i. .* MAKIN.Ci ?liinatl,?'. \\ ? A M I l> ? -\ ,.nl-l.(i..?vr .1 ?? i.i. ?ill Sj mi? ll ?cr-itand? maikfcg. Applr 81 church mripei a*"'*" '":- ' _z foiioik oiid ?olS, o. c. sieamboai Co. ?Notice to Strawberry Shippers. .?II empty t.nrijr iralea nol rcumred f.om tbla I eoinp...

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. — 12 July 1895

" - vs-1 mm ISBF.ll 18=6. rVDLlSUED KYEBX MOBNtXQ BXOBPX MONDAY. YlltUlNlA-N lilit.DINii. MAIN AND COMMKBCM STUBEM. M. OLENNAN. Owsku_j THEOlBOUli.vriO.'JOK I'HK VlltCllNlAN 1? LAUUEIA l S BXUKSS ol *u.. otber .....er publish* a in Ea#i i u Virgin.. s*w wronlation In Norfolk uud Portsmouth i? greater >" ?" ??' :'"-v i**l'or publish* I or . Iron ?'?? l *t>? l,vo ???'???*? u , ? , t u a.liTon-a iu the eitle? ol Norfolk .nil Portsmouth hh i tiiburtiK tor m com? ? weck. ft'1 ?ub-irlptiona. p<>~i'Ko paid. F v Dollar? per rear; I hi ob Dollar! loi -Is nio-iUii. Di e Dollar aud Kitty L'elild f.>r thiBi mo. ill- an 1 I'ffly Oeiit* iui one ""AdvortUementH Inserted it theralool i > Cr. ni? a n.i v ab'msi ixsmitio.n; aa.-U subae quest insertion 7 Ckmu, or .'. li.nts ?hkn issi r>ih.r.vKav irriiEU oat. tJontrac tors'arouol hIIowoiI to o\co-.l ihairapan or uiharti?e oilier than tlieir iOKiimata business, except bj payinc, sapsclally lor tb' Santo. Tin Wkkki.v VianiMin ?:.n Oa...

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. — 12 July 1895

FROM ACROSS 1 M What is Transpiring in Our Sister City. Remove ll.e Wagon Stand. Tlie City Hall tor the City Officers. Per? sonal Notes. Think Their As? sessment Too High. Work on the Electric Road. Three picnics left ihe oity yesterday. 'there was no docket iu the Mayor's Com t yesi erday. A number of North Carolina melons are coining to market uow. Seaside Lodge, K. of l'., modo about 6-0 on their excursion last week. Tbu wagon btuud should be removed from its oreseut locution to some other {.?art of the city. Quite a number of persous will go over to Mttthews couuty Suuday to the protracted meeting. Miss Alice Uass, of Danville, is visit toe ltev. T. McN. Simpson's family at CUU Court street. Cspt. W. A. Young, of Petersburg, end his daughter,is visiting Capt. Vor lion on Crawford streer. .vlre. B. S. Brooks and ohildren will leave this moruiug for Gloucester oonuty 10 spend several weeks. The Stteet Committee have mapped out eonsiderublo work for themselves before ttie Council m...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 12 July 1895

Victory For Democracy in the Na- ! tional Campaign. Convince the People that it Stands , For the Principles Upon Which it is Based. No Doobt of the Republican Position. For Wealth and Aristocracy. There is but one way for the Demo? cratic party to will, and that is to con? vince tho people that tho principles of Democracy in essence and substance will ho faithfully and promptly carried ont. To convince tho voters of the country that those principles will bo carried out it is necessary for the patty leaders iu every state to exhibit a renewed and a more zealous interest iu tho suceoss of genuiue Democratic principles than ever. The campaign should ho begun now. , There is aud will be but onu issue be? fore tho people in tho next campaign. That is perfectly well understood, hut behind this issue lies the great question of Democratic success, and that ques? tion hinges ou the possibility of con? vincing the hom st voters of tho country i ?bat the Democratic party, undaunted and nndisma...

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. — 12 July 1895

COMInCUL REPORT. Slonev JiaviiKi Ilv Southern Asaoottttod I'ras*. Uew Vom;. Juijr'H.?Money on call easy at H per cent, olosiiijrat 1 pit cent ster? ling; exobnuge la steady, with actual busi titss tn bankers' bills hi 483*4891 lor aixtv Cays .ml 4'.0at'.U)i (or demand, t'oatetl rates. <8'jiu4!0>. Commercial bills, 488a48'rl. Oov ? cnrueiit bouiiB Arm. TtlF. STUCK MAISKI T?,'i.ostSi. hids. ituerican Cotton Oil. 20: AiupriciiiiC.it lon Oil. > ret. 71: American Biijrur l!e6n ?.i- 's. lOHii An erit fiti sugar Refineries, prot. |U0. American Tobacco. 1121: American To frucco. prer. 113; At?lii?oii. TopoKa nud In lit ii To. 10): Baltimore ami Ohio. C>1; Can? e-la Pacifie. 57i: Chesapeake anil Ohio. 211; ? hica.;o :tnil Alton, lfi7: Chicago.' liurlint; ton uuUQuiney, RS; Chlcago Gas Trust, 54 %>elawara and f.aokatvauiia. 102. Distil era and Cattle Feeders. 20?: r.rio. 10J: Ki ie. Joel'.. '2-i: General Electric. SO: Illinois >ntral,f81: 1 a*.e Krleaud Wastern.28a:Lake Writ...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 12 July 1895

II II SURGEON'S SIL ?Very Delicate Operation Performed With Great Success. Dr. Cockc, of Boston, Though Sight? less, Has an Extremely Sensitive Touch. Has Gained Diplomas From Five Institutions. Two Recent Cases. ' When Dr. .Tame? R. Oocko of Boston isras 2 mouuhs old. both eyes wore mined try a blundering doctor, who administer? ed a wrong medicine. Sinco then he has been totally blind, lie is uow 82 years of agv, and he is consulted in diffi? cult catee by the most ominout of the regular physicians of Boston. He has performed vary recently two very deli? cate and difficult surgicnl operation*, and in both canes the patients arc duiug WolL Ho locates a dieease by bis sensitive touch, and ho telis tho color of goods in the same way. singular as it may ap? pear. A lady who had eight or ton sam? ples of dress goods, fach about U inches square and of different colors, handed them to Dr. Oooko tho other day, and ho at once told aoourately tho color and even tho shude of eolcr of each an...

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. — 13 July 1895

PRICK 2 CEN? ifflji iL 7He Ctuiisei ana me Witness Have a a very Lively Tilt. ME U1KE GREATLY ENTERTAINED fir. Massey soys Wiiy ue Did koi Bring suit AiiQins! James and Oihers. 815 TROUBLE WITH DflPT. CHBH1BEBLB1H The Large Crowd Was Almost Disor? derly in Their Demonstration ol Appreciation of the Lively Thrusts of Counsel and the Witness. Sineo ttie Massey-Filot suit begsu the people who bare been in attend? ance dully bare watched tor the cross ?wnruination of Mr. Ma-soy by Mr. Wise. Their patience whs rewarded veeterday, und it was the higgrost en lertaiumeut ul the season. Wueu the luu began ;t was roai fun for ?II. The tilts between Mr. Masseyaud Mr. Wise were at liuies exceedingly sharp. Thuse ceullcnieu have met lefore, and each Jiuew the ability and particularly strong poiuta as well us wiuk pciuts ?>( the other. Both were careful in what they said. A mistake uieaut poj ? inly an advuutago which the crowd ?vould enjoy, and they were playing to a lull home. The oourtrootn...

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. — 13 July 1895

MR. MASSEYfiND fAR. WISE [Concluded froui ftrslpaf/c] BcTdid uot know that any instructions were iaaned to tho secretory bh to re losing to allow parties to see the initi? ates or coutrocis. Auy statemeut that he rotuscii to allow nuy one to see the contracts is uot true. Mr/Byrd's stntenient of his attempt to be preseut at tho meeting of the Board in 189! aud my recollect ion, ?aid Mr. Massey, are entirely different, HK BP?BXED HIS ATTEMPT. Mr. Massey, ooutinuiug, related tho circumstaueeB of Mr. Byrd'a visit to Iiis home, Ash Lawu. Mr, Byrd de? sired to have TarbeU's Language Bos? tons put ou the list. Mr. Massey suid that Mr, Byrd alluded to ihu attack in ttie New York World and preaumed that he (Massey). desired to make friends. .Mr. Byrd alto alluded to the iHCt thut Mr. Flood hud made charge, agaiust turn in tliolimoud, Mr. Massey 6aid "Mr. Byrd impress? ed me "in. the opinion that he wished aue to adopt his Louus iu order to con? ciliate ley ener.ii. a cud make thum my friend...

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. — 13 July 1895

THE POPUL?R MILD AND PURE ri< rears 11Y ALLEN & 0INTER Amkmcas Timmcoc | IQUIDS can't cure Dyspepsia, neither will drastic griping piils <>f mercury. Dr. Deane's Dyspepsia Pills will and do. You can get a sam? ple sent you, free for tin- asking;, to prove it. They contain no mercury nor opium. If you have dyspepsia, Letter send for th<'tii. DR, J. A. DEANE <~0 . Kingston, New York. W ,t > I 51?. it'AN l l.l- .nil .. 11. i? the uMugtther "1 Kl rueii I 11- the ? ? i nOTi'lty. Mm', ?otst' mid .. r Uli-, I'll l b< ml, iui? i>litng ?neks ?i.iiu -i \n \>>l WAN! A I i?ijiu. luasbH rolling i iu. i ?.?.<?! II in urn- lam . i .ill ami mi- it. tl:l Jultwii \\0 \"l ?AM A t'oMMKi: IA I. POHtJlOX X' A changi in kn im Wrilu lo-dat AT : ASTA .IOI IlKAl ? I i OMMKIK K, AI anta < a lulii-lw QALE.SMAN- On* locally a ml one to traf?'; will *' i?jv g, oil raiert ami i'tp*u-rs or couituttsloii; fsrdcri i'.i^ !> obtained; n.in< ii t uuuecesaaryi *n ,v.u|/i<...

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. — 13 July 1895

y>TAiu.i?ut:t> IS''6. yrjMtianEn'gVJiUV ?OBtUNQ EXCEPT MONDAY. MBOlNlaN BUli.DiN?. HAIN AND COjiilKBCk SVUUBl'S. M- lil.fc.NNAN. Owxi i X?K cnUH-LAl-lOSOi' 1 Uli Vlia.iNlAN Is IAKiiKI.V IS EXOE?S? ol ku< Olli.: iaillSr ptlbliaUl d ill Kau: i :i Virginia. lii. oirculatiou in N?rrol? ami Portsmouth Is greater Uihii that i-f ?uy paper publiahoil ortireutate I in the two caie*. t is uVliver.i'. in Hu eitle? ol N"r.'??!!; uu>l rortamoiith ?Ii i - ii> irii for Ml oeuU a week. 'Mi ?nb??riptrons, poatugo pai.l. K v Dollar* per veari Ihres Dollar? tat ?ix mouths, Ono Dollar ami i'i.iy Cents for tine months, au i I IfIJ ?. ut- loi oue **'A* vartiteiueBta iutarled at tho rate of J1 QjbVis a S..i a- k If'uiKi iNAKttTKi.s: eai h subae ?iiieat inrortioii 117 Cbsts, or .j i L'r.vrs viiis isi*mTun i?vvii\ i'TiiEit uav. t'OlltraC-1 tor- are not M o-.m> ! lo cxceul tliolr apa e .i mhertUe othoi Ihau their legitiiunto bu-une?, except h) paying eapetiinlly foi tii? ?anie. Tni: Wkkki.v...

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. — 13 July 1895

PORTSMOUTH ME WS SHORT NOTES Of ilSI Pertaining to the History of Day in j and About Portsmouth. _? j The Grade for Lower County Street Beine, Laid Oft. Mattors of Per? sonal Mention. The Accom? modation at Hotel Ports? mouth Improved. Bead advertisement oi Breslaner A Anthony. There* was uothiug doue in the Hust lugs Court voBtoriiay. Miss Blauobe Friedlin ia in Wash? ington visiting frieuds. The Board of Supervisors will not meet until the 29th met. Miss Annie Campbell, of Petersburg, as in the city visiting frieuds. The Central Suuduy School will clear about S2"> ou their receut excursion. The ladies are still actively at work trying to raise money for the hospital, Tho graud jury for Norfolk county Will have two days work betoro them. Head the advertisement of A. .1. Phillips, in which ho offers special bargains, Mrs. Hoywood Clark and children bnve gone to Warreuton, N. 0? to epeud the summer. It is said tbnt Dr. liolliday, a recent graduate of the Fuivorsity of Virginia, wi...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 13 July 1895

A SCHOOL OF 1PII1 Rev. Josiah Adams Believes Ani? mals Have Soul Life. t'.He Has Founded a School for the Pur t ' pose of Furthering His Ideas. John Burroughs and Eugehe ? Field Interested. Obects and Work of the Society. Biopbilism is the u:vrno given to a ; tow study or cult, which has for its phii?f objoot the study of animul yey '. ichology. The founder of the new cult is j (tho Rev. Charles Josinh Adauts, rector 8 of the Church of the Holy .<*pirit at .Readout, ami he has asooiatod with liiru an oxooutiw committee, consisting of Engeno Field, the root; John Bur? roughs, tho naturalist and ossayifit; Ru gonc Class, editor of The Dug Fancier, nud Henry Abbey of Kingston, tho wri? ter. According to Mr. Aditrus' definition, Iiis word bioplulisiu oomos from the Greek word bios, life, nurl pbilcin, to 3ove, mid it means the love of life?lifo in all of its forms?from the highest to I <tio lowest Tho biophili:>t is the oue rwho gives every creature full credit for ?what thoro ...

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. — 13 July 1895

iilowov Slimrliu? Bv Southern Associated I'rois. *.'rw Youk, .Inly 12 ? Money ou call easy ?t lal) per eeut, oloaiuicul i peroeut Ster Iiuk txrhauuo is strong, with aetttal bllsi Hen* in bankers' bills st 4s:'ii4S >! for eixtv ?jays ?ml 4s0avm} for demand. Posted rate*. <|89liil>0l. romnni.ial bills, l88a48SJ. Uov frntiieut boude firm. IHK rTOC* MAUKET?Cl/WISO ihi>j. Americau Cotton Oil. 26; American Cot? ton Oil. | ref. 73|: American Sonar Ilefiu ?rits, 1'IS: American Sugar Iteflnari**. prof. t9j: American Tobacco. Mil: American To tbacco, prof, ll!l: it^hison, Toneka hii I rnntii Fe. nil: Baltimore ami Ohio. Gil: Cau s.la Pacific. 67: Chesapeake ami Ohio. 211: <'liioHgo nml Alton, Ift7- Chicago Rurline tou nudQuiiicy.Sfti; Cbicnco Oil* Truat, 6l>j; Ivlawnre mi l" tackawunun. 161: Distil ?rs aud Cattle freiere. 20i Krie. 10}: Rria. ??off.. 29: General Kleutric. IM: Illinois ventral.S81: 1 ake Brieand Wostern.25*hTj*ae Erie an.i Wnateru. prof.. 81: Ijikc Shore, ttT...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 13 July 1895

l!LLEN OSBOIiN'S letter. - fcjQuakor Simplicity find Now York jj Extravagance Sido by S'.dc. j? Jtnrno Expensive Arrfsrsnrlcs to Mie Slim? mer Toilette, SU ?.t Veils, for Instance, Aud Other Flinty Notblnes That Cost a Tratty l'mnj, icorTBiortT. leSO.I Ii all depends upon tho point of view. E:?Thnt'K true of many thiuu-s, but it's K truest of fashions, as was strikingly Il? lustrated the other day on Twenty third street, when the shoppera that are still In the city were intonsely amused ct the sltfht of four Quakers, who were mukliin their waj' throngh the crowd in the direction of the "Jersey"' ferry. Tho contrast between Quaker simplicity oml New Yori? prodigality wna startling. Tho Now I Yorkers smiled fin they passed and R", tossed their shoulder tlufls in disdain, * and yet these people had every indlen ji tion of prosperity about thetn und I probably boloufjed to the "fiu-hlouahlo i set" in Qunkertown. j& The New York fashionables, howev \. er, turned their backs upon the ...

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. — 14 July 1895

VOL.* L?NO. 46 NORFOLK, VA., SUNDAY, .JULY II, 1895 PRICE 2 CENTS 5T19. filaissy and Cfp!. Wise Have a Day (o Tii?inselves. 11 PISSED INT GOMPLIMEHfS <8PTBiN WISE HIPUED SIISBPLI. A Severe Cross-Examination. Mat? ters of Public and Pri/atetharac ter Inquired of. Traveling Ex? penses, Congre ssional Contests, Campaigns. When court opened yesterday moro SDg tliu crowd rrus as large as on uuy previous oocusiou. They expected to a>e entertained as on Friday, but wero ?tifnppointe.l. as alter thu tir.-i storm shcro was u prolonged oalm, T?o evi? dence wn6 uuon thruiulbaru subjects, (.ovo over so much that the nudiuucc ?is? lost interest. There was only <<ue opportunity ior any of the tureezv scuueu which have been wit t.ehsed when i Hitters rolntiug to Mr. Mas8ey's personal nr..I political .character and hi* oQlcial condnot were ?oder consideration. Mr. AIuMsey ?i> sheared in court a few tniuutes lute, but ?ooked well. Au u matter of fact, the ?oueruble plaintiff instead o...

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. — 14 July 1895

I Conclttdr.d from first pu</r. | ft lotion. Upon tbo subjeot of politics Copt. Wise said: 1 made duriug that contest 108 speeches in 103 days, aud I behavo you Btated that you bent rue a ,e&ir. iMofsoy quickly responded: J believe 1 did, sir. 1 uever remeaiber that you beat mo at anything. Copt. Wise said he was Riad loose times wero over, and that ho did not renuDibor to have ever met Mr. Massey ou the stump. Mr. Massey said: 1 think not, sir. 1 Capt. Wise?No, sir, and 1 nm not likely to do so now. for I have re? formed. Mr. Massey raid: 1 am glad to hear you hove; you needed reformation. [The audience laughed . Capt. Wise retorted sharply: Thank you; I am sorry that I cuunot sny thut you have reformed. There n> plenty of room for you yet. I More Laughter , Judge Prontis said: This must stop. Capt. Wise?Ob, .lodge, let us havo ? little fun. Judge l'rentis said the ease luu beeu going ou lor three weeks nud thut we cannot lose time iu this tuauner. Capt. Wise said ho woul...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
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