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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 20 July 1895

f I'M I AT sallow, ghastly complexion, I covered with unsightly pimples and eruptions, becomes clear ?gain by the use ul Dr. Deane's Dyspepsia Pills. Indigestion and constipation are the chiel causes ?if an nsliy face ,in?i ugly blotches. These pills will cure Ihem. Scud mr it tree sample. DR. J. A. DEANK CO., K Ingst. New York. wie ? ?11 1 kvsaiiu*, u nt*. ? A M l I?. SITUATION was ill .My position kecau till. ?' by :iu Set'OUnuiat, t?nnM|*ei or cashier, mai si*'l. i \I? i ii ii, i 'i, pi.ed ?>! ntiillty aii.i Rood JSMceiiicnt, a wide-awi <\ liun ling, all rouad, U|-to-dalc girol] t.tl>.i?:.? in,.n. i llorOUt- Illy I lial.lr. t ru t wort hy an<l i on p loin. Verv beat ruler ueta, Villi.I. i .mu i-ii. through Florida Ir. ??.???. V. A. -It.-hi I., ...'?.ill.'. I'll. Illf.-J* VrXSEtj WASTKD?To carry froni 1000 I o SI AO j aieloug, to load'.Titli at Powell'? Point, n. ?., dir i'hlladfiubia: not to iliaw ?rt'i fret water. Apply to MATHlASOWKNS...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 20 July 1895

.i m m i isiikd is 5 T?BLISUED KVLUV MOUSING. BXCBPT MONDAY. MllUiNlAS BUII.DINO. MAIS AND COMMKltCB STliBBTd. M. QLKNNAN. Owsr.i.. THB OiUOI L.ATIOSOK l'HK VlItUlNIAN 1b LAtttifBbV IN BX< BSS ul anj other vaver bubliiUl u in ElMt l ii Virzin, i. * !,w circulation in Sorrott hihI l'ortsnioath 1> ut?.?or Iii?? th-?t "f nay paper published er . ic? ? >" tl"' tw? ' "' " ,t ie delivered in ?he eitles ol Norfolk unJ Portsmouth ?uil miburi tor to couu ? Heek. ?i nub n rlptlou?, i>>-t<Ko i>?l.l. y v Dollar* pol >i .ir. Ihren Dollar? 101 -ix looulbl, One Dollar ?ml Kii'ly Cent* for tlner mouths, au i Mfty Cent* (or oi;s mout . a.iM-it-.-ftii' nt? inserted ?t tlio ruto or ?> CisvibAN UAt'a Vuo-r ix uavnuN; ea Ii aolme queut iii3ortiou ? ?' ?im-, or < knts. viikv is-! ? ti i> i n i;\ ? iinii u.iv, i'entrae tors *rr nut '.I owe i to oxco i i ?ir Bpa e ur atlierlise other tti...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 20 July 1895

PORTSMOUTH MEWS Gathered by Enterprising Reporters uTIiattlie People May Keep Posted. Personal Notes. Transfers of Real Estate. Collision of Steamers. Hay Ride to Port Norfolk. In? teresting Cases Now on Trial in County Court. Mies Kaya Burker is viaitiDg friends In this city. Mrs. C, \V. Wiliiatna returned home yesterday alter a short sluy in Sullolb. Old Domiuion Lodge No. ?, I. o. o. met last uigut iu Odd Fellows' Hull. Portsmouth Lodge No. 1, Knights of Jhxie, met laut night in Tempurauce Hull. llev. J. W. Mitchell immersed sev? eral persons at the lioar Trap yesterday afternoon. Miss Addie Boasly, of Middlesex county, is visitiug Mrs. MoDowell on County struct. I iMr. Charles 0, Miller and w ife, of V.Rituuore, aro visitiug Mr. Miller's parents, in l ark View. ? The l'ai k View ladies who held the lawu party Thursday night, repeated it la-1 night with good results, Ttie work of aoweriug Crawford and High streets is beiug fiuished to completion by a large force of haude Seaside ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 20 July 1895

IRRIGATING GARDENS. ttlpbonlnir Water to tlio I'btoU?Sablrrl Rstloa With Clay T??.B. With garden nud fruit crops which represent big nionoy rotama irrigation pays, as often the first exop saved in time of extreme drought pays the fir'st cost of tho irrigation plant. In many cases it only requires the opening <>f a few farrows, or tho laying of a few pipes, or the use of a few dollars' worth EimON UiKIUATION. of hose to let the waters into the gar? dens fXom u neighboring stream or pond. A vvXi'Hr in tho Now York Tribune tolls how to siphon water into a garden. This is sometimes praoticublo and cheaper than digging ditches. Tho idea "will'be made plain by a glance ut tho iHn.slr.iti.>ii. Her? nature docs its own jrutnpiag over the bi^h bank. Q?t the pipo once filled and ruuuiug n steady stream, at its lower oud, aud ru* loug ai the outside, und is lower than tho end iuserted into the water supply, or, rather, than the water levol, the water ?will bo s...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 20 July 1895

COMMERCIIt REPORT. ri0uov 'link, i Bv Southern Associated Press. rvw York. July 19.?Money on call ea?? r? lall per cent, closing at 1 per oent- Stor? ing exchange is easier, ?itb ?dual busi? ness lu bankers' bills at ISSiatSfl; Tor *i\ty Java and 4S!'" 8,490 for ilomaud. routed rates. *JB8la489). Commercial bills, *87{*i88l. Oov fSau.ent bouds firm Tns FToc-k mm;ki:t?ct.osixo Bio1?. American Cotton Oil. 25: American Cot? ton Oil. pref. 721: American Sugar llefiu? tries, lluj: American Sugar iJe?iieri-s. pref. 900. American Tobacco. 103;; American -p,. fcacco. prof. Ill: AtJhi?on, Topaka ?ud Tnntn Fe. 12;': Baltimore ami Ohio. 83. cnu eda Pacific Chesapeake ami Ohio. "iO*: i'liicauo anil Alton, 167; CbloagO. barling ton andQuincy.SOJ; ChicagoG?*Treat. G>5: Delaware nud i.aokawaaua. 101 Ai Distil ?rs and Cattle Feeders. 20}: Krie. 9}: Erie. reef.. 221: General K.laclrle. ?6: Illinois 'entral, f8: I i'ko Krie and Western.20l:Lakc j'tio and Western, pre!.. SI: l.al;e Sborc, J...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 20 July 1895

COPPER ?g INDUSTRY Another Glaring Instance of "Free Trade Malignity." Logic of Events Disproves the Pro? tectionist Doctrines of Economy. Wages of Copper Workers Advanced Ten Per Cent. Predictions vs. Results. Among the announcements relating to the revival of industrial prosperity, says tho Philadelphia Record, is tlto statement of Michigan nowspapors that copper mining in that state was never iu a wore prosperous condition, lu con? firmation of this is tho further announce? ment that the great Calumet and Heela Copper Mining oompuuy, following tho example of the iron manufacturers, lias added 10 per cent to the wages of its 3,??0 employees. These statements are in cheerful contrast with tho howls of calamity organs over the baleful influ cuce of the new tariff upon the copper mining industry. Wheu, iu ISSS. the Mills bill proposed to reduce the doty on copper iu ingots aud bars from -i to 'J ceuta a pound, ter? rific shrieks of alarm nroso from the c p per mine owners, aud the ta...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 21 July 1895

II MAS8EY - PILOT llj Instructions Argued Yesterday Will Be Passed on Monday. The Plaintiff Will Introduce Witnesses Monday and the Evidence Will, Then Be all in. The Argu? ment Will Last About Three Days. The Mr.ssoy Pilot suit began on the B-ith day of .luue, and when thu eii.se ?es called it wus thought that two sveeks would bo an abundance of tune In which to try tlio issue. It has, bow ?vor, just doubled the expected tiuio und will begin tbo liftb week Monday. 3t is now thought the ease will ro to tbo jury about Thursday. This suit bas been very trying on everybody conuectod with tlio conrt. fshorili Burke and biu rJeputiei have field out well, but say they uro almost broken down. Tbo lawyers liuve bud a bard fight? tu\cd pbyaieally and ?nentally. The procoediugB yesterday were not of ii very intereatiug oharsoter, und the epuctntors were not so numerous us lboy have been ou several previous oe tasions. Just after tbo court was called to or tier, ami while waiting fur a witness...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 21 July 1895

I Concliutcd. from ftr$t pane ) tion of these facts whether or uot Mr. Gibbs was liable as a participant. Mr. Small argued that Mr. Gibbs ?ras siniplv a ministerial ollieer, aud uo more responsible for tbe publication of the article than tho inau who shov? elled the coal into tbe furnace. Mr. Small cited a number of authorities in support of his position. Mr. Walke said tbo matter of princi? pal and agent did not form an essoutial part of the case; that it was u case of participation, nud asked that it go to the jury iu that shape. Mr. Walke cited numerous authorities ou this point. Jndge Prentis ruled that he thought it wss the .piestiou of participation that was involved, oud that it was a question for tbe jury to decido as to bow far tbe defendants participated, The next instructions, involving que8tious similar, Judge Prentis took under consideration. Thodudgo was also asked by tbe plaiutill to instruct tho jury that they were not to consider that part of the testimony of Mr, .l...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 21 July 1895

Colic, Cramps, Cholera Morbus and all Summer Complaints, there is no cure equal to Pain-Killer. Ceta bottle to-day. Keep it con? stantly on hand, ibr there is uo kind of paiu or acht? internal or external?that will not relieve. Genuine bottle bears name of perky Davis Si Son. Look out for imitations aud substitutes. Double the former quantity 25 cents. I I I' \ K.1 conk >?-..-.I Iroiu 1 f. r V\ 1 01 I. Ii ilirce Nli t In 1 nI'h r.HK'nio. p lv ea.ly .?.ou :uv morilill| a i:ii Rake ?trout. y21-li> At'A'v'ril' I'wogood *.?? ? 1- lo raiivn.1* lu aud M cut of pliy. ? all lei rieu IOuikI 12 ? lu.Jnij *2<l. MURRAY, tifrCaiiroli alreei. jjrfl.ll? n?TniXi thime .n... < mi is and Hrolliers?Yon are ro.|iii?l?l idnicetlii your ?I ?um to-i'AS 8mnl.iv! ai "?! Run,aller ?deb Sun. tu hi leu 1 mi It atiliivr ? , y eccrcl.>l (IRUNIR <> 11:1 III.. .'. K in SUM:, .hi., ? t-'l-li <\ ot It. t.111 vTION WANTED?Any poai...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 21 July 1895

> >TM'I l~!irii 1s?6. rOBLlSilli? BVKBi MOUSING BXCBPI' MONDAY. Y1BOIN1AS U?ILDINO. KAIN AND CpilliEUCK Sl'llKEi'.-*. ' ? M- Ol.ENN AN. Owm '-_ vMlfe CIRCULATIONOJ IHK UU-.IXIAN le' 1.AHUKI.Y IS EXCESS ul nu> other Y*uer publieh" d iu test i :? Viruiuta. it circulaticu ill Norrob. and lortanioutli '.sweater Ihau that of any paper published or iironmted io tbe t*o ciUe*. ,t is delivered in the eitles <>f N?cf- lk and Von.iiiotith ku.I MibnrbH lor l" eouts a veefe. 11 ml ?iVb?.rlptlont. postage ps4u? ' F v Dollars per year; I tiree I'ollaro Iu: -is luoaihs. One Dollar und Mi'ty Cunt* for - thro.- moi tb*. an I Etfty Ci ut, ur one ""AdvertUamtnts Inserted nt tiro rate of 7 > Ckn is a 8s~vai r I'ib* i is >i irrioN; en li ?aii ?-> orient insertion - 7 Cksts, or ;'> ? Ousts inr.s rssia tru kvkii\ utiikii hay. t'ontrac ' tors are not idlowod to exceed tliair tpa e or advertise otbcc Ibau thei...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 21 July 1895

PORTSMOUTH NEWS Notes Prepared With Care and Precision. Supervisors Will Meet for Organiza? tion. The Work of Track Laying at the Union Depot. Ball Play? ers Had Nothing Left for the Hospital Fund. Head the add ol cjok wanted to go to Oo 'an View, Mr. O. D. Ball is very stok with tvphoid fevor. "There will be b big excursion down th" road this week. Judge Watta will hold only one day's cession iu August. The work of eeworiug the city is progressing very uiculy. The ooru crop iu Norfolk county is Said to bs vory large. Alter throe days' absonoo Tue Vtit ?isian representative is back in his old position. Several persons wore baptizod Fit <lay at the Bear Trap by Rev. Mr. 'Mitchell. Mr. Uao. A. Cunarnings returued home yeiterday from his trip to the mountains. The Minneapolis will go in the Simp fon deok on Monday to have her bot C >ni painted. Mr. C, B. Murray baa gone to lluoky Mount, N. (.'., to spend a week with his family. There was some fine poaches in the m...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 21 July 1895

The Colored People. Will Be Rep? resented at Atlanta Exposition. The Display Will Illustrate the De? velopment of The Colored Race Since the War. The Chief Organizer a Brainy Young Colored Man. Benor Oastelar, the famous Spaniard, expressed himself as follows recently- to a oorrospoudout of the European edition of tho Now York Herald in regard to Cuban affairs* "I ought not to meddle iu a question involving a eonversntioti between two gentlemen, brrt I must say that the ideas expressed by the American cuibaesndor in Paris, or those attributed to him. have spread throughout tho Unitud State*, thus injuring an island that the United States are supposed to defoud. "When tho old regime euded and wo prepared to finish up slavery iu 1*06 the Separatists initiated a war that never would have occur rod to thorn in the time of colonial absolutism. /'Now, when ihe Spaniards are about to increase the privileges of the island without dnuiuging iIm> national unity, back they go to \v....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 21 July 1895

Senor Castclar, Ex-Dictator of Spain, Speaks of Cuba. Ameiicms Are Called Unjust. The Alleged Ideas Expressed by the American Ambassador at Paris. He Claims, Are In? jurious to the Islan I. remaps it nas not yet occurred to Americans that iho most significant a vent iu tho history of tho colored race since slavery was abolished will occur .this year. Tho ambitious nud hearty ef tfort of tins entire race to collect at At ?lanta a display illustrative of every (phase of their progress since the war, ftiiil which will give the negro ? higher place iu civilization titan ho has ever ?occupied before, lias already produced Results that will have n lasting intlu kuco upon their future. ' It is the opportunity of tho now ne? gro. It is significant that tho historical anovonicut has been placed in the hands ?of u brainy ;uid capable roprosontative ot tho younger generation of negroes, a well educiite-i, broad minded nnd pro? gressive young mtiu, who m in tho .?work which hois carrying on gra...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 21 July 1895

ICOFTRICHT. JUPM It la warm at Paris, warm even in thn garden nooks most closely embowered; ?warin in tho Bois de Boulogne, warm ?on the Champa Blysoes, except for a few delicious momont?, while tho broad atroet is being watered, u-ud one aita down as close to tho wateror ue possible, bo close that the spray almost ?touches tho check; so close that one longa that tho huuul of tho spray or might slip for a moment and aenfl over hhn a little shower. Tlio spraying i? all done by individuals?no unsightly (watering carte mar the avenues, und ?one eavieo the ro;in who enrrieu theeonl "water. It is warm, even hi tho great, cool looking parks, right close to th? largest fountain. It is warm even in the groat rfnrdcn of the English em ?bassy, or it was a few days ago, and I expect it still. It looked oool and de? licious enough when one entered and ?aw the group of protty gowus that did honor to the garden party that tho xnarchionefls of Dufferin und Ava was giving. Everywhere that one wan? ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 23 July 1895

The Argument Will Begin This Morning When Court Opens. MR. MASSEY'S WITNESSES A Large Delegation ot Witnesses From Albemarle Yesterday, Who Told the Jury Thai Mr. Massey Was a Man ot High Reputation. Tho last witness in the Massey-Pilot 6uit was examined yesterday uud the argument will begin thin iuuiuiur ami the cane will posaibly io tho jury l>y '1 bursdav. The trains (rum tbu West yestorriny moruiug brought to Norfolk ubout a dozen citizens troin Albetuarle county, mou of very high character who uauie to testify to tbu character of .Mr. Mae fey. Oihui" witnesses arrived nt 12 o'clock mid testified wbicb concluded tbn evidence. 'l*bo attendance yesterday was not quite po large ua heretofore, but tbie morning tbere will be a rusb for do timblc seats aud staudiug room. lion, .lobn Qoode was iu court yesterday ?uil uns warmly greeted Oy nia many friends. A.s soou ns courl was opened .Midge Freutis Baid tbal be was prepared to pass upou the instructions, wbioti, bow ever, w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 23 July 1895

1 Sinti RAILWAY The Councils Last Night Passed the Ordinance. The Proposition of President Spen? cer, of the Southern Railway, Ac? cepted by the City. The Road Will Conic to Norfolk, to the Delight of the People. Tbe Councils met last nig hi to con aider the proposition ul tbe Southern ra I way siatetu. The Counuils as? sembled in their respective balls aud read tbe miuutos of thu last meeting. Iu tho Common Biauch dipt. John 1,. liopor, tbo prceiueat, presided, tbu followtug members hoiug presout: Col? lins, Arps. Briekbousc, Pecllc, Camp; Hauuau, Lewis, Leigh, Small,Sheldon, Waiker, Ironmonger. In tho Select ?Jounctl VieoPresidout Wreun presided, with tbe following pruseut: Couke, Goodridgo. Brough tou, Priuce, Holland, Briggs, Beaslcy. While tbo miuules of tbe Sehet Couuctl wero being rend, Mr, ( amp, iu tbe Common lirnneh, moved that Common Brunch agree to the appoint? ment oi a conference comtuiiteo to confer with a similar committee Irom tbe Select Branch ou the subway sys? te...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 23 July 1895

MILD AND PURE. ALLEN & QINTER CTARVING won't cure Dys ' pepsia. You need nourish? ment, and tu pjet it vou must ineke the stomach and bowels digest your food; that is what Dr. Dcane's Dyspepsia Pills. ore fur. One- after each meal, and the most stubborn case ot Dyspepsia and that is everything will disappear. White wrappers it constipated, yellow if not. ?j icuti at dragglsu . bend to IK i ,i a (rce maple. UK. J. A DEAKE CO., Kingston, New York. X ISTKI?. WANTED?Bailable psnvs t-i trarel Salary, "l S'tKJ ?ml e*p no*. Koclos* r l*reaeo4 and JtdfYa Mrrai d ttaiupsd i uv. lope. Mauugci I1 nwei '. Chicago. " 1 ? l It'ASTI !> 1 II v ageul* and caiivatitra ?i.fV " ineu lor u nine e uotrn; no coiipctliluu. i ?. I ?r adilrci-s. -'.t Malu ilreet. i?'-';-lt' WANTED A aitaalion aa e'iok capable ??flakin? *i am ? lie k tilien bx t leipi-il feolortd ?run ; will , ..ul. hi.tlic i i < or out. < a - j, ?? good ?e ?reue? If wantetl Addre?a rt. A , No. .lo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 23 July 1895

?>.f."f\rii.isni:i> lS.'?. rUBUSUlO) KYLTti' MOUNlN? B&CIIPT MUNUAi. MlUUNlaN BUILDING, K.UN ANU i oMMKllv B SIT.LIU S. 31. lil.KSNAN. Ow.n'Uk. I'HKtilUOULXTlUN'Ol1 liU. VlltlHNlAN Is iJiUUKi.V IS ICXCJisa ul uu. other taper nubllshi d lu Baat " Virgiui?. Si clreulaU u 111 NortoU and I'orismoulU Isereater tbau that ol any papei published or iiiouiHted in tho two eitle*. .t :o delivered iu thu eittea of Norfolk and l'oriauiouib au.l suburb< lor in ceut? a weak. ?'ail Mib-irlptiona, iioatage paid. F.v. Dollar* per year; Ihren liullara lo. sis ino:iih?. One Dollar aud Fifty Ceil I a for three tn.M.tb-. an l I i:ty Oout-i ror one moat '. , .. Auvertin-nn ui- inaertod at thor.iluo: . > Cr.mba Si,ha i inikiitioN: each aabac quout insertion 7 >i or 5> cknt< whkj.,is?hm tmi Kvr.Ki ?THKH i*av. Coutrae tors- arr not nllowej io oxcocd trairups o or advertise olhor than their Isf-Himatu nuMiuaK. except by p...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 23 July 1895

PORTSMOUTH NE WS The Lads From Across the Rivet Were "Not In It." Brandt and Weeks Botl\ Wild, But The Former Pitched The Best Ball. The Latter Was Taken Out. Colliflowcr Finished the Game. The Norfolk aggregation of hall yilayere, led by the great aad only 'Top" T?te, hied themselves to League Put k yesterday utUrnuou, all bedecked in the paraphernalia of war, ready to do battle with the greou legged chaps tbut rcpteaeut tbiy city in the baseball arena. And while crossing ?bo placid {/Elizabeth GuatchrB of popu? lar aud melodious suugs were beard cuiauatiug Crom beueath the roof of tho iargu and pretty pleasure 'bus. which liud been chartered lor tlie occasiou, und merry laughter aud good natured }eMb were ludulged iu, uiucli to the ratiHtactiun of those who participated. 1 hat was a "merry baud, all tionyed up with hope, aud H is mere than probulile. that many of thorn in? dulged in the fond and highly pleasing I'xpuctution, of recroseing the^riyer.and again setting their feet ou ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 23 July 1895

A Few Selections of interest to the Fair Sex. Tho Only Two Chinese Un iversity ? Students in America. Juvenile Literature. India's Intelligent . Women. Their Sim pi* and Childish Ways. TTse 'whole medical department was shocked last week whon it was uu : xiounced thnt the two who sU? d highest in the junior examinations ut tho Uni j versify of Michigan were Moiyii Shie (Mary. Stone) and Ida Krthu, tltc two Chinese girls from Kiukiung, Chiun. They are psobably the ouly two ooctls 3 t^Wj, MH1YII SHIK AM) 11)1 KAHN. of their nice in America aud arc noted in Ann Arbor for th?ir ability and brightness. They came to America, three years ago nt tho solicitation of Miss Howe, a missionary from Aun Arbor, and hardiy knew n word of Kuglish. Each is 21 years old, und they graduate next year as M. D.'s. Thuir plan is tu rpr.irn to China and spread the Christian gospel uiuoug their countrywomen us medical lnissiouurios.?Ann Arbor Let? ter.- _ Jnvenllr Llturutnr?. A mother, recently investigating...

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