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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 23 July 1895

COMMERCIAL REPORT. Hum v Jlnrllfl Dt Southern Associated Pres*. Vrw \oiik. July 32 ? Money on call easy *,t lall per cont.* closing at 1 ner cent- Ster? ling evlmugo in steady, ?ith actual busi O.? in baukers' bills at 18S|a4891 for si\ty ?Jiivs und I*'.' al!H) for demand. Hosted mien. ?89la4tOL Commereinl billa. 48Sa4SSi. Uov cruuieut'liouiii >|uiet tub ?k>ck mauket?cmmixo bid*. American Cotton Oil. '26;: American Cot? ton Oil. i reT. 721: Aiuericnn Sugar Henn? eries, n An c iran Sugar Refineries, prefl luuj, Ameiic.tn Tobacco. 1092:American To |>acco, pref. ill: At-bison. Topekn and Fnutn Fe. 131.; llaltimore and Ohio, Oil; Can? ada Pacific. 641: Chesapeake and Ohio. 21): Obiongo and Alton, Ifta: Chicago. P.uihu; snu antlQn)ncj.S82; ChicagoQnaTrott. 51;: Delaware and l.aeknwanua. 162': Diattl ert and Cattle Feeders, 21}; Erie. "10: Kris, reel'., -."it: Qensrsl Electric.86J: lllinnit Mitral, '.-8: lake Erie and Western.27i:Lake Erie and vVetttru. pref.. 81,': [jtke Shore, ...

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. — 23 July 1895

Col. Waring's Latest Scheme for I Improving Their Condition. A Novel Plan to Aid Him in the Work. Youngsters Taught to Carry Their Banana and Orange Peels Into an Ash Barrel. They Will Report All Violations. Colonel Waring's latest aohome- for improving the condition of the streets cf New York is well under way and costs the city no niouey. The colonel, however, disclaims nil credit for the scheme, hut says it originated in tho brain of Alexander s. Drencher, ordinance inspector of tho Second district. Drench? er's schein? is to teach tho youngsters on the east ride to throw their banana and orange peels into ash cans, instead of into tho street, and to tell their neighbor?; not to stain the immaculate purity of the pavements with the stumps, cf their cigars. When n small boy seen a man about to throw a stump of a cigareth* into the street, ho is to rush bp to hiiu arid say: "Please, miffcr, won't you carry that around tho corner? There's an ash bar? rel there.'' If tho man won't, t...

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. — 24 July 1895

W msssey-Piioi 8u l Ciawing to a Close. 1. Iffl'S EASTERLY EFFORT fie Discovers o conspiracy, wnicti He Pre? sents to the Jury. ?JUD6E HEATH'S STRONG BBGHplEHT Mr. Manscy Severely Denounced and Held Up as an Object o( Scorn. Judge Heath Will Conclude This Morning and Judge Neely Will Follow. When Judge Prontis ascended the beuch of the (Jireutt Court yesterday luoroiug tin) building was well lilled Oy ?n audience composed of many of the bu-t people of Norfolk, but uot a juror bad put m nu appearance. Among the lirsl to enter the bur wure Hon. Abu Fulkersou and Mr. Massey, who talked about tlio Hint and otliar niuttur? ul leadiug public iulere.->t. At> coon as tbe jury bud answered to their mime*, Judge t'reutis rand ibo instruc? tions, aud Haid if they did not under ttand tbe instructions it would be tbe pleasure of the Court to explain tbem. Mr. Wulke bind that ttie plnnititl ?? ould not atk it verdict agaiuat Meter?. Roper, Collins, Kelliogor, Horum, I. 15. White. Dusoli, Wi...

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. — 24 July 1895

110 VERY ABLE SPEECHES I Concluded fro>,i ftr&lpttffe.] afternoon posiiou, Judge Heath runde the opening speech for tue defense, moon HttATu'a spuEcira Judge Heath said he would uot do part from thu issue; that he did uot propose to attempt to cseito their eynipothios or their fears, as neither Lad auytbiuii to do with the issue. 'there is nothing iu tue lifo or char? acter of Mr. Massey to outille him to more consideration thau tho defuud ants in this case. There is nothing in Mr. Massey's life toeutitle him to your respect. Ho Baid ho would say nothing to wound any man unless tho truth re? quired that it should lie done. In the publication three persona arc commented upon. The Amurisau Hook Cotnpauv.J. W. Womack and Mr. Johu ?. Massey. He theu spoke of the organization of the American Hook Company aud said tbat tbe increase of tho capitul of the American book Company showed that it was not honest at the beginning, ur a great mistake at the begiuniug was made; tbut it win th...

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. — 24 July 1895

Bring1* comfort and improvement ani3 tends to personal enjoyment when rightly used. The many, who live bet? ter than others and enjoy life more, with Jess expenditure, by more promptly (Adapting the world's best products lo the needs of physical being, will altes* the value to health of the pure liquid Saxativc principles embraced iu the remedy, .Syrup of Pigs. Its excellence is ?lue to its presenting }u the form most acceptable und pleas nut to the tasi.-, the refreshing and truly beneficial properties of n perfect lax? ative; effectually cleansing the system, dispelling colds," headaches and levers mul permanently curing constipation. Ii has given satisfaction to millions and met with the approval <d' the medical profession, because it nets on the Kid sicys. Liver and Bowels without weak? ening them and it i- pt rfectly lice from every objectionable substance. Syrup of Figs is for sale by all druir pi-d- in 50c and ? 1 hot ties, In it it is man? ufactured by the California Fig ...

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. — 24 July 1895

in KtjTAUUSBKI) 1S.'5. rOKLISUKU rEYKBV MOUN1NU BKCKl'T MONDAY. Y1BGJ.NIAN BUILDING. MAIN AND COMHEBOB S lTtEETd. 11. GLENNAN. OWXBK. _ ^IB?IBOULATIOJIOK TUE VTKOINIAN !_. /ABOlil.Y IS KXOESS of any othur , at-er published iu Basti i u Virginia. 1 -M oirouhnlon iu Norfolk auil Poriemoatb. is'rcater (bau that of any paper published or cirouiatetl in thoiwo oiiio*. m .t -e delivered in tho fitn-s of Norfolk anl Portsmouth aud suburbs lor iu couu ? wee*. X ail nib* rlptions, l ^l iRe paid. Fiv. Dollar* nor yc.ir; ihre? Dollars for -ix raoutbs, On* Dollar ami Fifty Cents for thtee mouths, an l I? '/ Oeuti lor ono B,?aVortinem? nt> inserted at tiioratoof 75 ?knis a: SiiDAiiaViiisT issKa-rioXi eacb anbse quent intertiou ii7| Cksts, or ?> n nt~ v?m^ isskitku mm iiiiu.it nAt. Ooutrao 10r? are not mI'omo.I lo exceed tl:eir utia o or luhorlise other than tlioir legitimste business, except by payt.iy especially for the same. Tni Wiikiv ViaoiNiAti am? Carolinian, sight pages, is delivered...

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. — 24 July 1895

I 111 18 cii tl Will Require Eighteen Standard Warehouses and Two Sheds. The Seaboard Air Line Will Then Have a Rival to Share Its Im? mense Traffic With. A Great Future in Store for This Harbor and Spction. For roars there- hus been a well roc r/gur/.ud ucoessity for providing better faculties for tho hunullug uf thu cotton |>uainess of Norfolk, Purtsniottth und J'erklev, so as to uiaiutuiu und in? crease our importance as a commercial iiort in i ho l?n mil inj.; of Ibis staplo and ?.Iber heavy commodities, snob as rosin, luipeutiue, lumber, etc. Uulvss lu.iiuatioua now pointing to *ho vast Southern railway system mak? ing this harbor its deep water termi ens fail, which seeuia well nigh itn ? ?ussihlf, eiure both Councils buvu eon curied iu the adoption of the report of the oocuinitieu uaakiug lease of thu t'loperty now owued by Norfolk oily at Vorb Point; this object so devoutly Wished for has been consummated. Some sis mouths ago Mr, Dawsou JMoCorniick secured options on all ...

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. — 24 July 1895

ItOTJiJi D?TY A father's Mad Race to Gated a \ I Glimpse of His Dying Son. ? Johrr Boone, an Engineer, Dt iveb His Iron Monster at Frightful Speed. |: Twenty-Eight Miles Made in Nineteen Minutes. Wins by a Few Seconds. I Jokii Boouo, one of the oldest and beet kuown engineers on tho Bultimoro ??<i Ohio, Southwestern railroad, risked I bis life the other afternoon in order to Isee his injured son, Melviu, boforo ho , died. Tho father, who bus charge of n switch engine, threw open the throttle when helaarced his sod had boon futally hurt, asd ho ran n distuwo of 2S miles iu 19 minutes. Ho reached his sou's6ide just .in tinio to sco him breathe his last. Tho y'seerto was a most dramatic ouu. Tho tstory of the fnst run fuirly tooms with orxaiticg^ events. Mu! .-in Boone was employed by tho Baltimore and Ohio South western rail XOfid as u brnkoiuau. Several members cf bis family, tnoludiog his father, have been employed by the road for many youi'e, and all of them uro well known and p...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 24 July 1895

mmm report. i|c iicv ninrUft liv Southern Associated I'roBi. Fv.w Sonic. July 38.?Money on cull easy ?t lall per cent, closing nt 1 per ot nt Met liiiK exehnnge I? linn, with actual hnsi ness in baukeiV bills at 4S!lu4S!'i tor sixty days unit 4y0a*yi)i for demand. I'osted lutes, ^?jjul^oj. Comnirri'lul bills, 48Sultst>i- Oov truuient bonds firm THE ! TUCK market??cummxo HID-!. American Cotton Oil. 201: American Cot? ton Oil. i ret. 74: American Sugar ltefin ?rite, 113}; American sugar Refineries, pref, 100}: Amt. f. n Tobacco. 1111: American To? bacco, pref. Ill: At hi?on. Topcka and Santa Fe. 13j: Haliimore .-11111 Ohio, 63; tCnil eda Pacific. 541; Chesapeake and Ohio. "Jit: I'biciiRo ami Alton, ISC: Obieago. Unrling tou and Quiaey.S8j: Chicago Gas Trust. 66t: IVInware and Lackaw uunn. 102}: Distil trs and Cattlo Feeders. 211; Erie. 9]; Rrie. beef.. 22?: o.nernl Electric.36}: Illinois Central.98|: T.ake Erie and Western.27i!:Lako Erie ami Western, pref.. 84J: Lako Shore, 162}: L...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 24 July 1895

Col. Cockerill Writes on the Sub? ject From the Mikado's Realm. 'The "Senshin Sakuin" of Tokyo. Founded by Americans. The Chris? tians Buddhists. Shinloists and Confucianists are Working Togethor in Unity. There- is in Tokyo, the. capital of the i Japanese empire, an institution unique and remarkable. It is the "Senshuu ? Saknin," or School For Advanced Learn? ing. It is part of the work of the Amor ioan Unitarian association in Japan, and its chief support and inspiration come, .it is hardly necessary to cay, from Bos? ton. This school was established four years ago. At the head of tho Senahin Sakuin stands Mr. Clay MacCnuley, president and founder, whoso published essay on "The Religions Problem In Japan ; How Solve It'/" has been widely read and quoted. His school has so ftir bad more than 40 students, who have devoted themsolvos to scientific and philosophic - ?I stud/ of religion, ethics and social ?xjienca Tho method is perfectly free inquiry, no projudico being manifested tow...

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. — 25 July 1895

VOL.3 L?NO. ?-5 PRICE 2 CENTS I ?CUM 1 ?H?ge Kf/ciii Concliltied His Speer, fi. He was Foi.o.vcd Dij Juaye Xeeiy KRDE B B'.G in 01 ms EfUance Reviewed Wiiu superti Ability. Hill FINISH IIIS SPEECH THIS jilOBHIRB \ I to Discussion was Intensely Inter? esting. Tlio Lawyers Aro Well Matched ?nd Contest Every Inch of Ground. Mr. V/iso Will Likely Speak To-Day. When the court convened yesterday tiiuruin^ there was present u larger ?mil' nee. Tliero baa beoo u decided increase in (be lulurost tsiuee tbo urgu ?eent began. There wassonie little delay occasioned t>? reason of the lateness of one of the jurors, ond it mi9 nearly JI o'clock ?. Inn the court gut down to basinets. H'lio went her beiug much cooler than (bau that of 'i'uosdoj, the lawyers ?polte witb more comfort und entbind ?-ni. The jurors could keep up with (bo ease with less exertion. .Midge Heath resumed Ins argument *:ul spokenboul two I.ours. Heferring to tbu charge that Mr, Womaok paid Mr. Massoy'n expeasea to Canada, 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. — 25 July 1895

THE MASSEY PILOT-SUIT \Concluded from first jxige. \ tion at Ibo hands or Mr. Massoy'a cred? itors, and three said it was. There never was lue slightest lnsiuuo lion tbat tberc was uuy fraud iu tbo transaction. There was iiv>t tho slightest doubt that Mr.Massey paid the money. Ibero stands tho record and it is porfeotly plain. The plaiutiff has been met by shift ing defenses. Judge Heath had delivered n eulogy on tbo liberty of the press uud susd tbiugs whioli tho Court hud said he could net say. Judge Heath denied tbia assertion. Thou, said Judge Keoly, tho court hna been eugaged in a work, of supererogation iu bringing you bock to the limits of legitimate argument. Judge Heath had solootod as a sub ject of eulogy DeLea. I did uot, said Jtulgo Heath. No, said Mr, Neely, you did not call bis name, but yon made it so plain that nobody oould uiibtuke. thk LIBBRTX OF PRESS. ne said that Mr. Small bad desire i the court to instruct that uu editor could do no wroog while speaking of a...

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. — 25 July 1895

Constipation Is the must common form of Dys? pepsia. Dr. Dearie's Dyspepsia Pills (white wrapper), one after each meat, cure the most obstinate cases. They contain no mercury, do not purge nor gripe, and imp.itt a natural healthful luiur to the stomach und bowels. ?SCtsttaldi Baad ?o ut (??? fits ssiaple. UK. J. A. OK\nk co . Km , ii n, New Votk. f VI A A l t ll. \\fANTKI>?a man to colled ;o..d aecsunli on V eiiimlsli. App'y NORFOLK Oil, AND CASOI.INK.STi.V '? CO., I9S Church ?t. jy.-f iyANTKU l.v. iv lad; lo know Salunl y in >t M m kaiga ii >i ? ? in Mv.i Itouuteri. A sue 51 t:ui?1 r tin I but <li> only : i c. It n til niiiko j ?ur wait both Ii'ikIituml s?MI; no kltcbia u lu? ll ete wilbout It. Don't tubs it 113 Unlou alrcet. YlfANTKI)?Reliable persnu tj tra?el Salary. It $7i ?> and . sp n-. s. I mluse r. let eUfel and 5il'-.i .!-.-- d u,:i.p ? l eOTcloiia, >laca|trr I>iumi ??Ciil ?:<;??. J> M'ANTI D A Slturitl .n at c tk apnble if lakin? any t nc k it...

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. — 25 July 1895

v>i.ttU-T?'ar.n 18.56. TDBLISHED EYKUV MOUN1NU BXOBPI MONDAY. YIBQ1N1 AN UOILDING. MAIN AND COMMEKCK STHKBTd. M- ?I.ENNAN. O\vsKit Till! ClttO?bATlOSOF l'HE V1KOI MAN it LABQKL.Y IN EXCESS ol an> otto.-r tai<*r published h> Eaii i u virxiiiiu. ;is circulation in Norfolk aud l'ortnuiouta Isuriator ihnu that ol any paper puulislic ! orlnou.au- i in the two pities.. tis doliTorol m tin- cities <>i NorfolK unu Portsmouth aud ?ub itlw :or w cents ? weak, ma.il ?<il><<riptions. postage paM. F.v ? Dollar* per ye .r. 'J Urea Dollars lor is months. Oi.o Dollar and KiiTy Cents for three moi th?. an! Fifty Cent- lot ono ^Advertisements iu.-ertc.l .>i the rate of "> Crn-b a Set'a 1 s Kilon in~> utiosj en Ii subse uuent insertion '? '>'? CtssT?, or :"> I i r.sts wnr.s ixsm tkii kvkbi iikii uay. Contrac? tor-, arc not nl'owol to e\co. i tl cir spa o or advertise other than their logitiruoto bniiucas, tNctpt bj paying ospocially (er till' SHUIC. Till \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. — 25 July 1895

That is What the Portsmouth Team Did for the Norfolk's. rVlcPartlin and Hallman Both Prove Effective. Corcoran Has Another Off' Day. The Home Team Played a Perfect Field? ing Game. \Vtiera IllefJIllUa Play lo-Dnr. Pcicrsbiirc in Norfolk. l'oriouioiitli in lltcliniuud. Iiwnnoui in t.inctibiire. MAMiSlug of ihu ('lubt. Won Lost Ter Cent. r.iehicoaJ. 23 .?23 itAuchbitrg-. 14 32 .6.'.! Portsmouth. 43 33 .630 g'etershurg. 8fi 40 .4'i.'5 tloauoks. '??i 47 ??ll'J Jsorfolu. 31 4? -3j7 The agony is over, tho spell is broken, aud the city mat once knew tho "Uale Cup" will know it no more forever, for alas, the defeat of tho ?"Clauih" yesterday for tho third con ?uoutivo time this week by the ^'Truckers" makes it nigh unto i capos eible for the Norfolks to wiu that do <THut trophy, as the Oystermen will bare to win every one of tho ton games jet to bo played, and then thoy will uore only tied the green-leggod ehaps ?who represent Portsmouth, in tho na? tional game. In yesterday's game "Pop"...

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. — 25 July 1895

FREE SILVER RtlB?? White Metalists* Plans for the Next National Convention. Cameron's Name to Be Presented for President. If Their Requests are Refused They Will Form a Fusion Party With the Democrats. Tho western stiver KoptiDnoans nave outlined on interesting programme to bo pursued iu the next motional couvon tioa. A fow days since a western Republic? an of national prominence disclosed tho program ran of tho silver ruon in nil itn i details, and it is fo audus-ious as to star- | tie the political managers. Tho pbin. bo aays. was agreed upon at a unufereuoa of western siiiiaturs last moutlt. The | senators and other western RcpubUoan leaders who pavticripnted in the compact i leprosent ten worrtcru silver states and pr?fe.?.? to bo able to control the ?Aeloga tious to the next national Republican oonveatiou from t ho*e states. Thej?e states are .Montana, Idaho, Wy? oming, Washington, Oregon. Colorado, Nevada, Utah, California and South Dakota. These ten states are claimed solidly...

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. — 25 July 1895

itlniiov .VfitrUei 13v Southern Aasoointod ProiH. T?f\v Yoiik, .Inly 24.?Money on call easy ?t lal) per cent. Oloslugat 1 per CMit Sler liug exchange is firm, with actual busi? ness in bankers' bills at 4890480] for sixty slays and 4,.|('a4,J0J for ilamnnil. Pustel rates. ?BibiePOl. Commercial bills, 483aiSSj. Uov triiinetit bones Oester. THE ITUC . M?HKKT??CLOSIStO mil.*. American Cotton Oil. 26b American Cot? ton Oil. |T0f,"!4: American Sugar lk-flu ?ins, III'.; Amarlean Sugar Henneries, prof. Soi)>: American Tobacco. 110}: American To? bacco, pref. Hi: Atchison. Topeka an l Fatita Fe. 14': Baltimore and Ohio, 63: Can ??'? Pacific. CS; Chesapeake and Ohio. 211: Chicago ami Alton, 160: Chicago. Hurling t?n undQuincy.SS}: ChicagoGasTrust, 5;?; Delaware nud l.aoktiwnuna. I0:i: l>i<til ers nud Cattle Feotlors, JO;: I'.rio. 10. Rrie, jei'.. 221: Oeueral F.leclrie. H3J: Illinois raniral,!i9; bake Kriean I We*torii.27}j Lake trie ami Western, prof.. 811; I aviso" Shorn, ffi; 'Lo...

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. — 25 July 1895

McKinley Law'Responsiblc for Hard Times. A Brief Review of Hie Events of the Past Two Years Will Disclose the Causes Whicli Brougl.t About the Business Depression. With the tide of business actively ris? ing and i>rosiK<rity smiling beuiguautly on industry iu every suction of tho couu try, the present is ?-suitable time to ro TiflW the event.-; of tho post with a view to ascertaining by careful inquiry tho causes which pr<#luced the calamity from which we have suffered during tho two year- jn-t closed There is uo effect without a cause, ami iu this eouutry of pleuty there can bo no widespread dis? tress without some ret.son for it. A care? ful examination of the events of the post few years ought to disclose tho causes which brought about the business de? pression. Iu 1839, when President Harrison en? tered upon his term of office ns presi? dent, thero was a sui plus in tho treasury amounting to upward i f >f:ioo.ouu,oou. Kearly all of this vast sum was in gold, and 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. — 26 July 1895

ITr. Wiss's Territh Arraignment ot dir. {nassey. I CYCLONE If VITUPERATION. TBE C?SE NEBBING TER?HBBTIOH. The Plaintiff Will Have Another Hear? ing To-cl.iy, and Then the Case Will Go to the Jury and a Verdict Asked. When the City Circuit Court con? vened yesterday morning at the usual hour the crowd wn,packed,m tho build; Jug like sardines iu u box. The report? ers, who oatuu lit nn curly hour,were forced to go nruntul to tin; side of 1hu building und climb into tt.eir seats through a window.*g Tbl? vufct throng on rue to bearitho ^losing remarks of Judge Neeloy for (be plaiotilT, who Bocluquautlj pleaded Iiis client'* cause on the provious day, ?nud to listen to ttiu 'terrible invective cii Copt. Wise, who it nun kuoivu nil ?long would denounce Mr. JIus.h y bitterly. Never iu the history of the courts ol <ho oily of Norftdk baa there been a eeverer denunciation of any mun rhnu the 600 auditors heard yesterday in ?be Humming up of tho evidence by Mr. Wine. With nil of the energy...

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. — 26 July 1895

r SEVERE DEH?HCIATI?N f Convltidul n oiii first page ] ness o( tbu auiouut of tnouey ou ?which Mr, Maseoy bad hvod the Ural year of his marriage. Copt. Wiho ap? peared to enjoy <ho deuuueiatiou of the plaintifl more than bid blackboard demonstrations nud recited tho follow? ing witb all lie lutensity of bis nature: "Woe uoto you, Scribes oud l'hari eees, bvpoeritos, for you make clean tbe outside of the cup ami ol' tbe plut ter, but witbin they are full of uxtor tiou aud excuse.'' "Woe nuto you. Horibea oud l'bari aees, hypocrites, (or yo aro like uuto whited sepulchres, which iudeed ap? pear beautiful outward, but aro withiu lull of dead men's boues ami of all uu eleauuess." "Ye serpents, yo generation of vipcrB, bow cau yo escape tho dauina tiou of hell? "Aud iu ihat day they shall sny unto me, 'Lord, Lord, buvo wo uot proph? esied in Thy iiiuit!, aud m Tby name douo many wonderful works?' ilul 1 shall declare uuto them, 1 uevor know you.'" From this attack Mr, Wise turned. ' b...

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