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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 17 July 1895

COWHUIEBCUL BEPOBT. .tloucv 3lark.?t llv Southern A*?oointod Pre**. Tf.w York, July 1C?Money on cull easy et tali percent, oiO*ingat 1 per ocnt. Ster? ling exchange is stoa. y. with actual bum Cess tu banker*' bills at 489a498] for ?lxty 4nyu and 4i'0a490t for demand, l'ostuil raten, ?iwlret'.Ob comncn-hil bills, i?SaltriJ. Oov eriiii.out bonds firui. TUX STUCK MAIIKF.T?CI.OSIXO BIOS. American Cottnn Oil. 23>: American Cnt xon Oil. i ret'. 72)l American Sugar Itoflu srte*. 107J; American Sugar itefhierie*. pref. 900: American Tobacco, 1?7J: American To iiacco, prof. 112: Atohison. Tooeka and faitta, Fe. OJ: Baltimore nnd Ohio, G2I: Cau ?da Faeifio. -'IM: Chesapeake and Ohio. 21: t'hioago und Alton, LIT: Chicago. Ilurliug <ou iintlQuincy.862; Chicago Qua Trust, fri.. Vela ware nud Lacknwnnna. 16-21; Distll ers aud Cattle Feeders. 10): Erie."10: F.rie. seof.. 221: Oenornl Kloctric. 35J: Illinois ventral,'.81: Ia?ke Krieaud Western.251 :Lako J".rie ami Wintern, pret'.. S3.-: 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. — 17 July 1895

II REVEHE PRODUCER he Wilson Bill Superior to the McKinley Law. ariff Reform Vindicated by a Com? parison of the Effects of Two Acts on the Country's Welfare. Big Revival of Businossand In? creased Wafjes. Tho commontB In the pnblio pres3 by tbo enemies of tariff reform upou tho recent decision of the supreme court of the United States that the schedules of tbo Wilson turiff not became operative, not on Aug. 1, 1894, us stated iu tho act itself, but On Aug. 2S, 1894. wltou it wont into effect by operatiou of law, show oither an entire ignorance of tho roal state of affairs or else a desire to inisload tbo rending public, suyh tho Philadelphia Record. During tbo month of August, 1804, prior to tho 28th inst. tho only tariff act that was in effect upon tho statute books Wits the McKin? ley act, and therefore, us n consequence, dntiea were necessarily assessed upon ull imports brought iuto t ho country during that period in accordance with the ratoa tot forth in tho schedules of that a...

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. — 18 July 1895

fiis Gounsd Gets Before [lie Jury me tai?win ond Stuart Letters. BE WOULD BELIEVE HUH OH OjlTH Wir. Massey Leaves the Stand to Make Place for Gov. McKinney, Who Says What He Knows ot the Board of Education. The Supt. o! Education. Mr. Massey has ut last bceu allowod to step dowu and out of the witness ?tarnt to the ruhet ol the iar^o UUtuber ?jf speolatora who have daily watched the proceeding ol the Massey-1'ilut ?mi. As stated by TuK VlBOiKlAN yester? day .Mr. Massoy'e treariuess whs so no parent thru there ware uiuuy porsons aIi uitl that he would physically break dowu before the cross-examination vwis *?i;dutl. This woitltl huvu made delays ?Jury trying upon the largo number o; ttitucsiies 'rem n tilstauce who have lieen patiently waiting their turn at the tack, The venerable phnutifl, how? ever, proved c?|iial to tbu domauds made upon him, au.i when Capt, Wise finished bis probiug, auswered oertaio questions proponuded hy .Mr. Ilium in re-examination aud then retired to ui> ...

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. — 18 July 1895

\ Concluded trom first paffe.] ~~As to Mr. Massey's general reputa tioti. Oov. MoKiuuoy said it was good; that be bad never aspersed it, aud bo bad never heard any thoughtful man do bo; that no man ban been discussed more thtiu Mr. Massey. aud after meas? uring him all tbe way round uud alt the way up, wituoss doscn't hesitate to pay that he will trust him (Massoy); that bo believes he is boucst and truth? ful. To Mr. Wise?He said ho bad never heard .loo. YV. Daniel iu discussion with Mr. Massey. Ilu had seen u letter in the Richmond Bispatcb which was answered by Mr. Massey. To .Mr. Walke?Said ho would cer iainly believe Mr. Massey ou outb. '1'bc court then adjourned. Mr. Wise is reported to have said to a newspaper man on nn evening paper tbnt be had a host of witnesses hero jrom Albemarle county to testifv us to Mr. Massey's chnrncter. Gov, O'Ferrall and Attoruey Oeueral Scott wiil be on the stand to day. BLACK WELL- WILLIAMS. The Marriage of Two Popular Youne; People. Mr. John P...

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. — 18 July 1895

To Cure weak- stomach, los? of :?pP?'.Re, fl itulenrc, watetbrash, 1ttt; of lb" . neariburn, uigltt inare, coated longue, Offensive brcritli, jaun? dice bad > mplexton.llver-spois. yellow eyes, sjonttipalion, palpitation o! the heart, and ?hurt breath after meals, dyspcpila, und all its symptoms, lake Or. Deane's Dyspepsia Pills. Cm plenty bf good note hihlnc food. A pill after each meal. 25 tents at druggist*. SaaJ to u? lot free umpU. Uli. J. A. OR VNK CO.. King Lou, New York. \* a Vli:i>. At) EN'IK mttko S3 dally MjrTetoiis intention Retails '.ft ?e 1 i to u.??ld Iii a hoi,e. Hamide ma led I Kill.. OltSIII.HA M \Kl.N, i lui Inuatl.O. U'AM P?A . ilurcd woman lo do llgkl work m niusl kltenon |i >mi .-< - ..il bctwe 11 U mid u p'clo:k IUI? inoi m. tu its Bank street, coin 1 Washington ntcel. jyiF-it* ?>r fnir exoerieneel no Iibetat ?Jitt-. Address W M, C t| ITH, tins . Iii .? I.M-- .I CALKrMICN?We will lend Bitliplo.i and pa; - od kalarjf nu I expeuaoa, ..r btj ? ..-....

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 18 July 1895

t-ll'l1 rUBLI?HKD EVE?? MOUiUNU EXCEPT MONDAY. YlBOlNlaJS DUILDING. BAIN AND COMoIEHOK oTKKEf/3. M- GXKNNAN. Owsi tttB CIBOULATIOS OK TUB V1UOI SI AN |a LAHOliLY IN EXCESS <f nu> Other i nur published >ii ru virgiuin. Usoirculatiou i'i Norf?U mul l'uriutuoalU l> Kri ster llwu that <?( any paper published : or aiouiatod in tbs two cttic*. .t it delivored in the cities oi Norfolk ami Portsmouth and SUUltrln lor in oouU h I vt-et. i'ail snbiirlptioni, postage paW. F.v. Dollnrs poi vo.ir; l b roe Hollars toi -ix mouths. One Dollar and fifty Cents for thro- months, an I llftj Oeul* ror ouo moot . , , - ' Ailvertitem. nl'' iu-orte,l ;it tlio r:ito of . Cems a Squai aKiKsri in-i iitio.n; each ?uum qr.eut niiertion Cksts, or 1 ? ist v. ki n ixxKlTEO bveev ' mill uav. (inntrfC tors are uot ?l'ono.l to exceed t loirspa 1 1 or advertise other t!..m their logiihneto business, except by paying especially for | tilt' SttlllC. T?f Will 1 v VinoiMAl ft Nil Cahomsiax, oiRlit piiRcs. i...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 18 July 1895

The Transactions of a Day Put in Print. I Personal Montion of the Movements j ot People We Knov/ and T'iiolc Visiting the City. Other Notes ot Local Interest to the People Generally. There wus nothing doiug iu polico circ.es yesterday. Mr. George Leigh's condition ro tnains unchanged. Air. L. T. liydo is visitiog Mrs. W. 11, Stokes ou Urawlord streot. . Constructor Bowles will report for duty at Brooklyn yard ou August 1st. Seottsvillo Baptist Sunday School goeB on a pionio to Ooonu View to day. A conrtmartir.l for tbo trial of eu 4it.tsd men will convene ou tho 19th instant. Extousion of wnter pipe iu Pork Viow was begun uii llattou street yos lerdov. Hob. Joseph P. Lawless, Socretnry of tho Commonwealth, visitod this city y esterday. L)r. Truilt made vain attempt yester? day morning to lind tha ball iu Jim Caroway's juw, Hon. G. W. Hudgius was in the.city for a short while vcaterday. He is from Hertford. N. 0. A good crowd wont on the oxcursion to Old 1'oint anil tha Capos last ni...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 18 July 1895

ItHEYDO NOT WftNT IWYj A Society Which Claims to Have1 Solved the Financial Problem. ? Stores For Barter and Exchange. Outlines of a System By Which a Band of Reformers Believe They Will Improve the Workingman. There is a quiet organization in S:m g Francisco whoso loadors say they hnve solved the financial problem by invent? ing a fractional system of oKchuuges which does away with both gold and silver us money. Tho now society is known as tho.La bor Exchange uud is based on the idea that the people seldom want what they themselves prvslucc. Theroforo.thuy say : that the way to solve the labor problem 1 is to put tho products of industry iu the niarkot-for exchange for other commodi? ties. Oarl GlMsor is ono of the loaders of tho new society, but the Labor Exchange also conduces n general store which is managed by Henry Warfield. To his store the idlo shoemaker or other man? ual worker brings the prod nuts ho has manufactured at homo or in his shop during n hull iu business, He is ...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 18 July 1895

moner 5lmr9t?i l!v Southern AsBooiated Press. V*w Your, .luly 17.?Money on call e/isy et lall per cent. olosiugttt 1 per cent- ster? ling exchange i* steady, with actual busi? ness iu bankers' UHU at 189n489J ror sixty Juvh und 419*490] for demand. Potted rate?. ?991n4!0L Commercial bHU, 488a488i. Got trnmeiit bonds Itregnlar. THE STOCK VMtliKT?.'LOSINM BIOS. ?.niericau Cotton OH. 241: American Cot? ton Oil. pref, ?! America"!! Sugar ItcQu eru?. 110); American Sugar ?efiuorius. pref. too. American Tobacco. 10-U: American To aeco, pre!. Ill; At'lii-oii. Topi-ka uud Santa Ko. 10,; Baltimore and Ohio, 611: Can? ada Pacific. 67; Chesapeake and Ohio. 21}; Chicago and Alton, lf>7: Chicago. Uurliu-; 5on nndQuincy.SG); Chicago Gas Traat. Sil; )?ln\r?ro and Lecknwaniia. 1621; Distil ?rs and Cattle Feeders. 20]; ltrie. 10: Erle. J'ecf.. 221 i General Klectric. 30t: Illinois l'Aiitrol.fSI: l aue Erie and Westeru.2CJ:Lake l'.ric mitt Western, pref.. 81: Lake Shore, 149 : I.miisvillo ami Nash...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 18 July 1895

if A PERFECT HERCULES Wenderful Feats of a Little 5-Year Old Girl. Can Lift More Than Twice Hep Own Weight Without Apparent Effort. Her Father Thinks the Spirit of a Giant Soldier is in Her. \7p_in tho h?ls nud health Riving nt inpsphoro of Sullivan county livos n vot oraa of the oivil war named John H. Laird. ,H> Und rather more than a full share *4 aentheru hospitality shown to Union soldiers ni Libby and Anderson . a/ilie prison*, aud when at the end of tho war ho left tho anuy ho was broken in health aud lo ull uppeArauoce prema? turely aged. He settled on a small farm iu Sulli? van, connty. When ho took tho farm, it waswieh'the uxpeotatiou of speedily dy liigrbtV??. !FIw? had lost sight, however, vt the fact fhat nobody oror dies in Sul [ivan eounSy except by accident, and at the end of .IT years, whon he found ho couldn't die, bw did tho next best thing and got married. If be hadn't, this story would never have beta written, for there would then bare be?n no brown eyed, ros...

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. — 19 July 1895

Will BHSl tub Uww Was a Fine witness and! Ms Lis.cnefl lo Biicniivilj. ?[ CHE PWED 10 EXPLAIN. Be R? to ?f. Wise, "you n\\ um \ m HO DoilLcr." he mm believe ma. massn. The Proceedings Yesterday Were In? teresting. A Large Numher ol Witnesses on tlie Stand, Ona ul Them the Wile of Dr. H. E. Johnson, The Maseey-Pilot suit bat now run twenty days, nboui twice as long us was expeeted when the ease was railed. l here was ? decided decrease iu in? terest during the latter purt ol Mr. Mu set's cross examination, owing to the long accouuts taken of his receipts und disbursements, but as sooti as the plniDlill left the stand there whs u revival ol feeling,. The new witnesses wcro expected lo prudiicu additional sensations, aud as lie partisan feeliug is stroug in the 4 ny. the ullsudauetj was larger yester day tliuii ui any lime during the oast ten days, 'I Ins was doubtless due to the fact tbat Qov, OTerrall aud At lornuy lieiierul Scott would Le called lo the stand, and their evidence bein...

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. — 19 July 1895

60V. ?'FII TESTIFIES ; < ?ncludt </ frow first />fl.7?". ] ~~Mr. Uytil questioned Gov. O'Ferrall in regard to tbe oust of tlio books to the State beforo and after 1891. To Mr. Tboui Gov. O'Ferrall said he did uot believe the uian who wrote tho article iu tho Pilot hud auy reliablo information on which to base his charges. Judge Kirby, of Staunton, testified to the good reputation of Mr. Massoy. To Air. Wise Judge Kirby said ho was related to Mr.Massey by marriage. To Mr. fbom ho said he was related to Mr. Gibbs, of the Pilot, by mar risge. Mr. Aifriend, of \ lokery & C o., was recalled uud exi>!aiiiotl tho exebango book list, The pluiutitl" bore rested its case. Tiir. defense. Mrs. Johnson, tho wife of the ltev. H. E. Johnson, of the Virginia Cou fereucc. formerly the wife of Mr. Fat ish, was culled. To Mr. Wise she said Mrs. Massey visited her in Obarlottosville alter tbe t uuada trip that Mrs, Massey told hor that Mr. Womaok was very kind i hocking their baggage, p...

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. — 19 July 1895

KNOWLEDGE 8rings comfort and improvement and tends tu personal enjoyment when rightly used. The many, who live hel? lt : than others and enjoy life mote, with less expenditure, by more promptly adapting the world's best products to the needs of physical being, will attest the value to health of the pure liquid laxative principles embraced in the remedy. Syrup o!' Pigs. It- excellence is due to its presenting In the form most, neceptitblo and pleas? ant to the taste, the refreshing uud truly tieueficiul properties of a perfect lax? ative: effectually cleansing the system, dispelling colds, headaches ami fevers siiia permanently curing constipation. It has given satisfaction to millions and met with the approval of the medical profession, In cause it nets on the Kid ju-ys. Liver and Bowels without weak? ening them and it i- perfectly free from every objectionable substance. Syrup of Pigs is for .-ale by all drug? gist! in ."hv and 51 bottles,but it is man? ufactured by thi' 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. — 19 July 1895

i>i Aiu.isuta? IS .5. rUULl?IlEU KYL11Y. MUHMS? BN.CKIT MONDAY. Y1K?1NIS.N BUiLDlNO. HAIN AND COilMEKCK srUBBrd. 31 OLBNNAN. Owm i-_ : TUKOIUOUL-ATIONOK I'Hl ViltOlNIAN it LAKUUt.Y IN KXOttSS of an- other rapcr publish' d iu Baal 111 \ iritiu.i. *' e'reulati 11 in N?at >U mil Portsmouth fc. greater lliau lb it of ?:?>? l*apoi ! lb '??<? ' Ot iiioiuata.lin tbe two ?itiu?. ? t is (l-liver. a m tin- citio? oi Norf . an I roriMiiouiu ali i suburbs lor 1? cent- n ?teb hi mib riptiona, i ui t ige | ?? ' F v Dollars pei yew; I hn e Hollars foi ix liiontlia Uic Dollar an.I Kh'ty Cents f r Ibra? m >. th-. an I Hrty Cent- for one *jXverti?enients iiiserti? at the rate of ? ? Cii^ ik a .i a? i. b'lksT is-i ution: eu h sause quent iuscrtion V Cksts, or & ' i -r vjir>- is?i:iiki> Kvunv . mi u i.-.\. contrac? tors arc not nliowe l to oxco il ' ?ir spa e oi otti?o other than their legi leiste plisiucia. except by payia : especially for Alu same. TBK WFKKM VllloIMA ? I-ill ...

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. — 19 July 1895

PORTSMOUTH NEWS All is Fish That is Caught in Our Net. An Accident to Mr. A. H. Lindsay. A Lawn Party. Mention of Per? sonal Matters. A Colored Man Badly Cut. Other Interesting Notes. The Ampuittite left this morning at 11:80 o'clock. Mr, VirgiuiuB (.irnut is on the btreets ?gain, after a continued spell of sick? ness. Mr. Kenneth MoAlpiue, U. S. N., will report for duty at Newport News, tu a few days. Grioe Lodge No. ?8, 1. ?. O. P.', met last night in Odd Fellows' IIall, on Middle street. Mrs. Edward Laudreth, of Newport flews, is Tisiting Mr. J. VV. Tills)?, on Lincoln street. The ladies of .St. Andrew's Episoopal Church held a lawn party on Wobeier ? venue, last night. The Ladies' Union prayer moeting will be held this afternoon at u o'olook at Monumental Church. Mist Maude Vaugban, of Raleigh, N. J)? is here on a visit to Mrs. J. O. lier isrt, on Emngbam street. Mrs. Hadio Fitohett is quite siok at the rssidsncs of ber parents, Mr, and airs. George W. Bland, C31 Bart ?treet. Th...

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. — 19 July 1895

! SOME FACTS HUI SILVER | Free Coinage at 16 to I Means Monometallism. KXne Purchasing Power the True Test of Actuat and Relative Values. The Duty of The Govern? ment in Maintaining a Par? ity of Gold and Silver. Beoretary or tho Treasury uarnsie, in his Covingtmi speech on May 20, stated plainly and concisely tho exact meaning of Bryan-liland-Harvey free coinage. He said: Free and unlimited coinage of full le? gal-tender silver dollars at trie ratio of 16 to 1 means that our law shall be so changed that any owner of silver bul? lion may send it to the mints and have it coined, at tho public expense, into ' dollars each containing 41'Jjg grains of Standard silver, the dollars when coined i to bo delivered to the owner of the bul? lion, and all tho people of the United (States to bo compelled by law to receive thciii as dollars in the payment of debts, although not intrinsically worth more than GO cents each. Tho 95 S-10 grains of standard gold contained in a gold dol ? lar is worth ...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 19 July 1895

CORfWlL REPORT. HlOlieV 'larkri I't Southern Associated Press. ?irw Yona/July 18.?Money on call easy ? t lull per cent, closing at i perocut. stoi llUK exehnune 1* >ten y. ?ith actual blisi? fces? in bankers' bills at 48Jn48'Ji for sixty Says nud 480a490| for deiimud. Posted ratu*. ?801u4ioL Commercial bills, 488a48SJ. Ouv ?ruu:ent bond* fnni IKE STOCK XIAHKF.T?I'LOSIJCO mns. ^TUeiican rot ton Oil. 58: American Cot ten Oil. pref. 721: American Sugar* Bcfln ?true. 109j A in Or icon sugar iiciiiieries. ?r?f. . American Tobacco. 104': Amer'can To t>ncco. pn-r. Ml: ^t-'hison. Toi?"fc* und Cant.i To. 10; Ilaltimort' and Ohio, CH: Can* ?jcin Pacific. f6f: Cbcsnpeake and Ohio. 2I|: t'bioago and Alton, 1*1: Chicago l.nrlinc ?on aailQnincr.Sfii|: < blcairo*GaaTrnat. fit}: lielaware aud" I ackuwnnnw. 1021: Olalll ir* aud Cattle Feeders. BOJ l'rle. 0J: Erie, aeef.. 221: Ocnornl Klerlric. 30J: Hlinoli ?Central, 'g- I ake Brie and NVeat?ru.2C):Lako Wt\b ami W.-levu. pref.. 811; I*kc Sho...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 19 July 1895

? SN INTERESTING EXHIBIT fritted States Treasury Collection at the Atlanta Exposition. Some Curious Old Bonds and Notes. England's Check for Damages Done by the Alabama. Rare j Old Colonial Notes Grouped in an Artistic Manner. Register .1. Fount Ttlunan of trip United States treasury will fend from his bureau to the Atlanta exposition one of tho most interesting and attract? ive exhibits to bo furnished for that oc? casion by the United States government. Tlio exhibit?then rather incomplete in sonieof Us details?attracted widespread attention at the. Columbian exposition in Chicago. Since then many new features have "been added until now it forms the most complete collection of nil issues of .money of this Rovurniueut in existence. It is not only valuable to those interest? ed in the financial history of this coun? try, but it servos as well to illustrate 'the groat and rapid advance made in itho art of engraving. The first attempts to engrave note* were crude and rough, while thn l...

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. — 20 July 1895

Tue BiDemarie Witnesses flu/en ana Took ms stand. et mum n i mm vm waum noi Believe iiini on on; said Ms Repuiation was Bad. W fl HOW WITH ?1S FATHER 1 ho Court Overruled Hie Objections ?Vhicl> Allowed tin- Witness from Albemarle to Testify. They Where All from hey Depot .md Knew ol the Row With Orosby. Tbe Massey-Pilol suit did not move ado dg as tusl yesterday a* the day he tore, I'be morning board were con cuuied in he M ine arj timoul of counsel ?ud the proposition "I tti?* defouse to lutruduee witnesses to impeach Mr, Massey's^cburiieter lor truth uiui verac? ity. It had been tinted mi Thursday by Mr, \\ ise tbal be ha i u number of wit uvv cs (roiu Alheainiltt county who vouid mij tlmt they would not believe SUr, Massay on ontn. 1 ho ii^ht <>i the deleuae to iulroduee this testimony wus argued na soon *? Judge I'eutis entered cmirt. Jilr. Thorn made the point tlmt the de? fence Ihiviul; already attacked .Mr. Jltt-fcy tbey eauuol ot tins stage of the <Hcu agaiu atta...

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. — 20 July 1895

I MASSEY-PILOT SUIT I Cond ml* U~tV?>ii (tratpar/c. \ draw objections. Mr. Byrd said lie did not desire to consult with Capt. Wise, uud the matter dropped uud Air. Byrd left tbo stund. Mr. Thorn read I.is authority on tho right of the defence to introduce the "witness to impeach Mr. Massey, uud Judge Freutis rendered Ids opinion holding thut the witness oould bo in? troduced. Tho court took a recess for half an hour to permit eotiusel to exumiue certain of Mr. Mersey's certificates of deposit. At 1:30 the court recon? vened, THF. ALlir.MAIU.E WITNESS. The witnesses from Albemarle oounty arrived ou the 1*2 o'clock traiu. They csme ut once to court. Mr. \Y. F. Wood, a farmer of Ivey Depot, ueur Gharlottesville, wus culled. He lostified that ho bad known .Mr. Massay for thirly live years, und thut his reputa? tion lor truth is bail; that hu would no*, believe him ou outb. To Mr. Thorn, ho said that Mr. Mus Bey's bad reputation exteuded back to before the war. In reply to a question....

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
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