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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 28 May 1899

IN MEMORIA Til. An Astonishing- Obituary and Philoso? phical Poem. [Susquehanna Transcript] Tho tragical event In tho pond of South Gibson Strikes us with horror, when We thirds of the coso Of the five little lads who were uhut In its prison, And deprived of their Uvea In Us frozen embrace. By presuming on the strength ot the Ice or Its thickness, They ventured their all for the sport to pursue. Their presumption, alas! turned out to be madness, When they, the poor victims, disap? peared from view. No adult, as eye-witness, was to ren? der assistance, The mirthful young regiment went down in a group. And with the surroundings that pre? sented resistance For their living deliverance, there could be no hope. (They had been admonished by their parents and teachers. But their blind, childish urgency prompted them on {To the tempting smooth Ice, with their sled as the bearer, ffill tho death-trap was sprung and tho fatal work done. t tTho Ice sheet so enticing was too thin for the pressu...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 28 May 1899

NEWS FROM RICHMOND AND OTHER PARTS OF VIRGINIA. OUR RICHMOND NEWSJUDGET The Governor Allows the Blues to Garry Arms. QUOTATION FROM CODE AttornervGonernl Honfagtio to Ron? der Opinion tn tho Preuilnca-Gov? ernor fusion) to Havo Illnca In n Reglmont ? At. ?'cultural I>c|>l?rt partmeitt Miort of Fanda?An Im? portaut Will Case, (Special to Vlrglnian-Pilot.) , Richmond, Va., May 27.-iThe event of next -week? tho parade of the ltieh ?nond Blues on Tuesday, Memorial Day ?came very near toeing no event by reason of it question raised to-day. The two companies of the Blues, hav? ing reorganized, applied to the Gov? ernor for arms to use on the occasion. Governor Tyler, who, in common with oil other Riehmond people, -was nox? ious to see the old command on the streets again, readily promised to loan the rifles. But the question was raised to-day as to -whether ho had the right to do so, section 337 of the code saying that only organizations in the service of the Stato c...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 28 May 1899

THE NEWS FROM VIRGINIA CONTINUED FROM PAGE EIGHT PETERSBURG. A Young White Stranger Becomes Suddenly III. Memorial Window rnvclllns Norvlco at Ht. StepUena V. E. Cloircli-fon? demunfloii Proceedings ?clnj Wortt on ]{. P. A C. Itnllrond. Petersburg, Va., May "<"???-V young wh'te man, a stranger here, was taken suddenly ill last night on Sycamore street, opposite the Western Union Telegraph oili^e. Ills screams could be heard Cor some <i. tancc and attracted quite a- crowd, lie was taken to the Jail where ho was attended by Dr. Jatnci \v. Claiborne and Dr. C. V. Rob? inson. MEMORIA!, WINDOW UNVEILING. A memorial window at St. Stephen's Episcopal Church; prei ted to the memo? ry of Caroline Bragg, will hi ?uvelied ?with Impressive exercises to-morrow. Tho sermon will be preached by Rev; Bragg, of ?altlniorc. Roy, Bragg is a i former r sldent of. Petersburg, where he waa at one 'time the owner and ed- ? Uor o? a ?. ivspaper; und Is a grandson of Mm Caroline, Liragi...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 28 May 1899

PORTSMOUTH LOCAL NEWS AND ADVERTISEMENTS OF MORE THAN PASSING NOTE A Compilation of Miscellaneous News Matter in Condensed Form. FRESH CLEAN AND BRICHT i A Dally Directory of the Hnppoulns? or n Dny ItrJelly Told, 'MioiikIi riiiiull Aon* the Less lutercsliuc nnd Important ?Information Tor 1 mono Who Seek to Know and Un? ctcratnud Wlint liOalusoo AiuoiiK ttte People. Mr. TV. J. Hudglns, who is more fa? miliarly known as "Barney," was last, right elected manager of the "Ding Bat" basehall club, lie Is ready to re? ceive challenges from any similar or? ganization. Miss l.elia Dyson will close her danc? ing school to-mo.iow night with a soiree. A number of Northern commission merchants are buying all the chickens they can, which makes them scarce and high In this market. Mr. W. N. White will to-morrow open a ten-pin alley at the store opposite his place of business.'All or to-morrow afternoon will be free. The public is in? vited to attend. Mr. Peter J. Johnson, son of Mr. Pe? ter Y. Jo...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 28 May 1899

FO RT S JV\ OUT M 7^ DVE RTIS Er R NT .^?cqn tin ue* nT I rw^=-^v^ YOUR OLD FASHIONED HOUSE? m m ^ Will present an entirely different H aspect when furnished with our y > s^** handsome Furniture, Carpets, m Curtains, Parlor Suits, Bedroom Suits, g Desks and Couches. The prices are as |T reasonable as the goods are reliable. 9. GET AHEAD_of the llies by Pullinsin some of our fine screens. ? .By riding one of our splendid Bicycles. Best m;ide. _Of saving time and labor: Have a Baby Carriage for the youngster, m KEEP AHEAD t THREE WAYS a Buck's Stove to cook on, and one of our Refrfgera tors to keep the viands in this summer. f 9 ? $ sf> ???? i?ii?ii?iifei?ii?ii!?i % ?iv T9T ?o~ V t*P ?????? ??? ??V ??? P ?tTT?TT,T?,T?,T?4?T?r??^?iT?iT DOCTORS DISAGREE Sometimes over practice, but thr points In professional ,? will aptroe that we put m r la ... up and coinpouml their proscriptions with more caro and with the best and freshest drugs that can be dispensed nnywhero. ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 28 May 1899

PORTSMOUTH LOCAL. NEWS AND ADVERTISEMENTS THE REINA MERCEDES HERE The Captured Vessel Received With Spirit of True Patriotism. PORTSMOUTH EXTENDS OVATION. Tbontnmls ol People See itac Vcwm-I ?? miv smoothly ?Ilde? 01. .Ii? Union, or tbe i.iiEuboit. to the I?ort?.niiiu?h Niit.v TTnrU ?A Kerne Mover Wlinemotl I.. Ti.it Sei-ttou jTiciorc?Tlio HoouiluK ot t'nniiou?, Wlrnlnr of Knrfln.1 Mimic llio Nboutft Of the 1'oople All Ilnho II.? v Itrcrplloi. n Oruiid Surcofc*. Patriotism, that love of one's native land: that passion which alms to serve one's country, either In defending it from Invasion, or protecting Its. rights and maintaining Its laws und Institu? tions in vigor and purity; patrotlsm, that characteristic of a good citizen, the noblef't passioil -which nnimates a man In the zealous devotion and loyal sup? port to the government under which Hag he moves, 'breathes and has hi.; lug-, can never be more grandly <>r im? pressively rxemplllled than by in ? dem on...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 28 May 1899

How to Catch Daisy May's Hints to the Summer Girl It pertaining to It aro gathering silver musical Instruments?for Instance, a grand piano a few Inches high, a min? iature harp, a tiny violin, diminutive cello. Mute, mandolin or guitar. The most recent development of tho craze has taken the form of war relics, and there are duplicates of the Maine. Brooklyn and New York, with admirals galore, Mauser rltles and machetes in replica and savage looking subjects of Aguinnldo done In blncklsh silver. There was never n time when jewelry , was more Important than it i.s now. It >VW0O0OCK><>^^ ?? considered quite correct to wear a great quantity of it at once. Whole suits of stones with a dress to match Is the acme of style. Even rings are not thought good form unless they mutch or else present a desirable color con? trast. Hatpins and daggers for the hair are more In demand than ever. Watch fobs sporting antique seals, or prized heirlooms in topaz...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 28 May 1899

Tho years roll on and farther and farther away are those; days In which I the men of tho South land fought for their Independence, and as years come | ond go the number of veterans who en? dured the trials and hardships of this | struggle, grows less, for they are grad? ually passing from our midst. On each Memorial Day?a day set apart for the especial honor and reverence of those who have crossed over the river?we notice a vacant place in the line where, a year before, marched some comrade who has gone to join those who fell upon the battle-field. Although sad recollections arise on this day. yet it is a time ot peace, and happy arc those who fought for the Confederacy under the Southern cross, in the thought that so much respect Is paid to the memory of their departed comrades?speeches, poems, music, flowers. They are the outward signs of the love within out hearts. a ? * Last week's monotony was only broken here and there by an enter? tainment; but the delightful character of the...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 28 May 1899

WATT, BKTTEW & CLAY. 1 WATT. RETTEW & CLAY. Store Closes Promptly at 6 P. H.; Saturdays, 10. WATT. RETTEW & CLAY. WATT. RETTEW a CJ*a.t. $1 Corded Taffetas, 79c. Regular 75c. Shirt Waists, at fifty cents each. Mi , . . . A kite shipment of magnificent Corded Taffetas?same goods exactly as those we nnn- fllfr^nSnt i K?KV g 1 m? dark i"'"'^ff^S ! advertised lust Sunday as very special at 87tf c. (our regular $\ goods) will be placed on sale and tigures, pointed yoke, French back, full front, round corner cutis and , .a ,. ,z\\ .??-l?ui., emoli nri^ detachable high standing turn-down collar. Can't be duplicated elsewhere to-moilOW, and until sold, at the iemarkably small price under 75c, here now AT FIFTY CENTS EACH. This is a tempting bargain and worth your while to look into. Printed P. K. Shirt Waists??11 colors?white ground with neat colored figures and stripes; Full front, puJtu.xl yoke, round conn r cuffs detachable stand . ing round-corner col...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 28 May 1899

THE PEOPLE'S BUSY STORE. & Where You Can Get More for Your Money Than Anywherg Else in Town! . Monday, inaugurates a special sale of immense magnitude. Seasonable Silks, Dress Goods, Wash Goods, Hosiery, Embroidery, Ladies' and Gents' Furnishings, Housekeepers' Supplies and Ready-to-wear Garments. A careful perusal of this ad. and a casual glance at the goods will quickly convince you that prices such as (hose can't be duplicated for equal quality. We want your trade and will strive to deserve it/. We guarantee perfect satisfaction with every pnrchase and will cheerfully refund the purchase money in every instance where goods are unsatisfactory. WONDERFUL SKLE OF HOSIERY. another week of immense silk selling, u?? Values, Black ana com Dress Goons. It's no wonder everyone conies here, to buy Silks. Largest stock, prettiest styles und prices, in many cases, about half similar qualities sell "for at other stores. Here's prices that will make this week's selling famous. Imme...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 28 May 1899

REVIEW OF MARKETS AND SHIPPING NEWS FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL StocKs, Money, Exchange, Bonds, Grain, Cotton, Provisions, Etc. New York, May 27.?There was marked disposition in. the stock ex chonge dealings to sunder the specula? tion in railroads ami In the industrial specialties. The- Immobility of the Standard railroad stocks In face of the demoralized opening In Sugar and Met? ropolitan Street Hallway was strikingly like tho mid-summer markets of yore, when sugar was likely to absorb a half to three-quarters of the total dealings, and when many of the industrials now traded in had not yet been conceived. Tho bears seemed to have gat her CS, fresh courage and made quite a sav tlgtS^trllslaugtrt upon Sugar, the Tobac? co stocks, the New York municipal slocks. Smelling and Steel and Wire. Losses In the railways were insignifi? cant lu most eases. There was a simul? taneous decline in New York Central and Pennsylvania which -was in rather marked contrast to tin? later strength of soni...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 28 May 1899

ANTI-SPITTING LAW Its. Promoters Will Pu|h it to Competition. ' 3 ? - Public Hit? Haan Wnrnotl ? Tlrir* or ibe Member, or the Spitting VrMvrnltr-ttiaka Hau by ibo Punster- A. Policeman Ciuigbl. The proposed,, "antl-spltting law" lb , Still on the horizon. Its promotors1 have given warning; through the press j that tho law was to be a reality, but the pedestrians are prone to regard It I us a joke, or rather they prefer not to I regard it at all. They certainly have not profited by. the forewarning, and have made no effort to cheek, the spit? ting habit. A casual, glance along the sidewalks of Mala street Is Evidence of that fact. The spitting fraternity?und it in? cludes in Its membership all classes and unknown members?Is already pro? voking fun at the proposed law?that 1b all except those who are disposed to wax Indignant and raise the cry of ??tyranny," "Idiocy." etc. The frater? nity announces that as soon as the dlg ailfied city fathers assembled in Council ?und the ordinance i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 30 May 1899

^m^O^ *W.-<^Jt ^ ^ If <?P ! True to the.... : IN TWO PARTS. I ^jl'jvMWtt^tl^^ |jtt0l'O i1,!?lo^Yl g=__. ?^"^^ ^l*4k >.ii.,.LinniLiiiiiiii'""?"1 AOL. [II?NQ. r,|. NOKFOLK, VA., TUESDAY, MAY 30, 1S99?TWELVE PAGKE3. ' TIILIEE CENTS PEB COfclT?! LATEST NEWS OK THE WORLD BY TELEGRAPH AND CABL;ElCONT,NUED ON ~ ?- _ ~4 "4 j PAGE 6 CIVIL SERVICE RULES SLASHED _ The Executive Knife Uproots Competitive Examination. - / 1,000 ARE EXEMPTED Many Employes in reunion anil In (linn ftorvlrr, (tiinrtornimtlcru, Ktibslslance nud Ordinance nc? pnnmeni*, Pitt in iho Kpolts i.hi Nnvj Yiinl Appointments Arc I'm Under Civil Service ItegnlntlnMa? Thosa Kpeetnlly Ex cm plod Hum* bcr A boil I 4,000? (Dy Telegraph to Virgin lan-Pllot.) Washington, Maiy President Mc Klnloy to-day Issued the amendments j to the Civil Scrvjcc nilc?, which he has had under consideration for about a year. It releases from the operations: ot thoClvll Service rules about 4,000 offices. Among such pla...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 30 May 1899

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES TWO, THREE AND FIVE. WANTED. WANTED.?TWO OR THREE ROOMS for gentleman and wife; unfur? nished: in nice locality. References glvon and expected. Address R, R. I*. tili? ut' llce. my 30-31? ANTED. ?BY AN EXPERIENCED young lady, position as bookkeeper, cashier or stenographer: moderate salary, Address Q. R. fc>., this office. mySo-ai? ANTED.?POSIT I ON BY YO U N G man, single, in wholesale or retail houso or on the road. Bavo had Boveral years' experience in business circle. Can furnish bond In any amount. Ren ronci ?best. Address, "ENHIIGV," this oflice. my30-3t ANTED.?BY YOUNG "MAN, NICE furnished room without board, West End. A. B. C, VirKinlaa-PlIot. ?iy30-3t* J WANTED ? BECOXD-I [AND SAKE, no smaller than Si.x'Wxl.l inches In? side mettsurc. Address, Room ^07. Coliiin bla Bldg., city. my2S-3t* ANTED ? BY GENTLEMA N A N D wife two rooms for lisht hous keeping: in pood locality. One furnished o,nd one unfurnished. Address, P. O. Box 71 city. r...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 30 May 1899

THg NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES TWO THREE AND FIVE w WEATHER REPOJRT^^J Washington, May 29.?Weather fore cam for Tuesday: Virginia?Generally fair Tuesday, ex? cept probably local thunder storms; brisk southwesterly winds; Wednesday, fali- and warmer. North Carolina?Local rains Tuesday; fresh in i>ri.-k southwesterly -winds; Wednesday, fair, Norfolk unit vieinttv WEATHER FORECAST FOR TO? DAY. Unsettled weather, with squalls; slightly cooler; brisk south w inds. TEMPERATURE. RAINFALL. AND HUMIDITY. May ?::>. 18D9. Maximum temperature . s; .Minimum temperature . 04 ?Normal temperature . 7n Departure from normal .phis' o Departure sine.- .Ian. 1st.minus 102 Rainfall In past 21 Ii iura.o Rainfall'since let of mouth.t'.Oti Mfoan humidity .?;?'. CALENDAR. 3un rises, 4;.|7 a. hi.; tj ts, T:1S p. m. TIDES. Norfolk?High water, 0:43 a. m. and 1:17 p. m.; low water, 7;? 17 a. m. and 7:31 p. in. old Point?High water, o-.-ji a. m. and 12:5? 11. m.: low wat.-r, o:4fl a.m. and 7:...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 30 May 1899

VIRGINIAN - PILOT. ?BY TUB? eVIRGINLAN AND PILOT PUBLISHING COMPANY. i orfglk virginim and daily pilot. (Consolidated March, 1S93.) Entered at the Postornco at Norfolk, .Va.. a:, second-class matter. OFFICE: pilot blildino. CITY. hall. AVENUE. norfolk. va. OFFICERS: A. H. Grandy. President; W. 8. Wilk? inson, Treasurer; Janus E. Allen, bec lutury. BOARD OF DIRECTORS: A. 11. Grandy. L D. Stallte Jr.. T W. Ehcltou. It. W. Bhultlce. W. fc>. Wilkinson. James E. Allen, D. F. Donovan. 1 It ULI. ?IS? tS 1*ISR COt'Y. subscription rates: The VIRGINIAN-PILOT Is delivered to subscribers Ii* carriers In No/folk ana vicinity, Pcrlsmouth, Berkley. 8?J?? ?? West Norfolk, Newport N? w?. f''r, lu ci nis per week payable to the earner. Ity mall, io any place lu ths L?nen Elates, postage free: DAILY, vii? jrcur - ??.00 " 1.1 1 llllllHlll ? H.?O ?? ill rue mailt Iis - - ?? oiio iiioiitli ? ? - ??"?u ADVERTISING RATES: Aovertlse menu inserted at the r?t" of "l> cents a Bqksre, lb-M...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 30 May 1899

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ONTAGES^ TWO/THREE AND SIX. M???? M^llB - -,- " ' 11 ? ? Ml _ V r ^BSOMHTEIV RE Makes the food more delicious and wholesome HOVAl GAKIKO POA-fO CO.. NEW VOIX. COURT DECISIONS. Notes of Cases Recently Decided, Which are of Interest to Our People. DIGESTED BY W- B- MARTIN. (Exclusively for Virglnlan-Pilot.) tedder v. tv. and w. r. co. Supreme Court of North Carolina. April 4, 1S99. A teamster who hauled cros3-tu0s to A railroad, which wehe afterwards sold BY tum owner TO the company, HAS no lien there? ON Kent HIS labor. The facts appear from the opinion of the court. The court says: In August, September, and October. 1897, tho plaintiff, at the request of the defendant Slhes, .hauled from tho swamp, and delivered on tho right of way of the railroad, cross-tics, for which service, and ho other, Stkes is due him Slio.sj. On December 11, 1897, plaintiff filed, and had recorded, a lien on ?ald cross-tics. Before December 31, IS97, Sikcs Bold and delivered said cr?ss-t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 30 May 1899

LATEST TELEGRAPH NEWS, CONTINUED FROM FIRST PAGE. FRANCE QUIETS DOWN. DJTEYFUS AFFAIRS NO LONGER MOVES THE PEOPLE. (By Telegraph to Vlrglnlan-Pllot.) Paris. May 2!?.?The Court of Cessa? tion met to-day to hear the debates in (lie application for a revision of the Dreyfus case. The affair appears to have lost the power of producing any unusual excitement. The court-room was filled with Parisian celebrities, the greater part of the hall having been reserved for ticket-holders. The Ren oral belief Is that a revision Is secure. M. Pallet de Beaupre reviewed the judicial history of the case and said Ii now rested with the court to pronounce Judgment. He upheld the statement that there was sutllclent presumption thai most serious errors and doubts ex? isted ami that they justified a revi? sion of the case. He read letters writ? ten by Esterlutzy, abusing France and the French army, these producing a deep Impression upon tlii> audience. At this point, with the evident nn pioval ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 30 May 1899

THE NE)WS FROM THE OLD NORTH STATE AND ITS CAPITAL OUR RALEIGH NEWS LETTER Goninient on Testimony Before the U. S. Court. - KEW INSURANCE LAW Tlio ill*>?*u?hliter mid Mi* Frlood Gel lu Their Oitr?No Mora Feilernl Convict* t't I'ouie to Itiilelffll?'I lie Midi Huh ('oinuilHslon I.mention ?Greeii?bnra I ciiinio foiiec? ? Trinity Co I lego. Raleigh, N. C., May 19.?Of the testi? mony adduced In the United Suites Court Saturday, the Morning Post has the following to say of some of it: If men were Btruck dead Cor lying in this proslac age Raleigh would to? day be in tho throes of Hie biggest lot of funerals in tile history of tho town. Of all tho tall swearing heard in court that done by some of tin? wit? nesses put on the stand in the United States District Court by the defend? ants in ?'moonshine" cases la Just a per? simmon or two the let lb st. Then there arc others whoso lapses of merrfory uro so remarkable as to warrant their commitment to tin idiot asylum if the subjects...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 30 May 1899

NEWS FROM RICHMOND AND OTHER PARTS QF^GMT OUR RICHMOND NEWSBUDGET Southern Railway Surgeons Meet at the Jefferson, THE ANTI-SPITTING LAW It <Jot? M Council mini Wbo Volotl I Or it Inlo Trouble?'1 iio I'ollceJiiatlce t'ltrrlCS AroilUll n <u?pldoro For ronlrrpiK'o ? Ncnnlorlnl Itefoi m l.i'ii- in' :i. iiil n 1111 r i< rs Etr-opcne<l - 1'anU n'enr l'nn Mioea, (Special lo vlrglnlan-Pllot.) Richmond, Va., May 29.?The Asso? ciations <>r the Surgeons of the South? ern Hallway Company began its annual Besslon at the Jefferson this morning. The attendance was very large. Dr. George Ross, of this city, the presi? dent of the association, presided, ami also delivered the address of welcome. Foljoiving are the papers read dur? ing the sessions this morning and this afternoon: "First -Mil in Railway Injuries," by Burgeon I!. C. Falconer, Lexington, Ky.: "Septic Infection and Myelitis," by Surgeon J. w. Oslln, Gainesville, Ga.; ??c...

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