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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 30 August 1895

? There is no better cure in existence forCramps, Cholera Morbus ami all Summer Complaints, than Pain-Killer. Good fur all pains, aches and soreness, internal or ex? ternal. One good trial will convince you that You can get It anywhere at 25c a bottle (double the former quantity). See that the bottle bears the name Perry Davis & Sou. No other is genuine. Wan run i -?>? in.- aaic? l\ iritdt null tompettmi . ar,- Iii? S. mil for pari je*. V i r c 1 tl IV Ad lt< s 1 r*el Ha - Ad JlAlt I IUI SAI.U -'1 lie Ha nobill and 1 ixttir't in. ) ..i.l I.. I... a ?I til',New| oil Neaa. for ?ale. or. Newport N. ?- au'J W'ani: .mi . x ?!! need bu-batumu M dr. - I Wl.ol: Mlor. I 1- oil. .. a ?>!: \\ ? A S I 1 r Ayoulliofi. ?Ta trr and bnMli, i> ?bu I-? io'hI coll. rtni w.lie n good baud (aid can make liilu ell geut-rally ui l.il hi an of a.,i' one vli ? ha- auine kiiualedgc 1.1 acci unii and Itpvwrllin? 1 i.-i." .' .I m i-'. bring c.jod referenc...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 30 August 1895

?crSWfaMlKU 18(55. rU??KHED EYliBY MOlttUXU ?XCISPT MONDAY. YIR?INIaN ?Uli.DING. MAIN AND COMJ1EBCK BTHBBTd. M. OLENNAN. Owm.i ?.??KOlUOULATlOaOK THr. \ 1 I.Ii IN 1 AN i, lAKUkllA IN KX?BSS -'l auy other uaubr published i? K?st i u Virginia. :i< oircuiaii. n in Norh'h. aud 1'orUmoutb is'urt?tor ili^ti Unit >>f auy paper published or uromatc i iu tbe twu oui,?*. ,t B delivered iu the cities of N..rf Ifc 'in l I'orisiiiouih BU.l suburb- lor U) ceuti ? weak. <? ad suburtptioue, postage paid. F.v J>oliiiri< per year; l'hree Oiillara toi -ix mouths. One Dollar and Kuty Cents mr thre? mouths, an! Ht'ty Oui- lor ouu ^Advertisements inserted at theratoot ii Cbmsa^uh fc'llisi in-i ei en b sahst ouent insertion . 7 i im-, or ' l.esti ?hin lXM tTin? kvkim ..inr.anAV. (Joutreo torx are not ?bowel to e\ee ,i tbetr apaeo or ndtertise other tbsn their leghuusta business, except by paying especially lor the Mime. Thi W i i ki y Vm un...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 30 August 1895

UTH NEWS HORF?LK WON HANDS DOWN "Eddie" Herr Proved a Stumbling Block to the "Truckers." The "Clams" Put Up a Magnificint Ganiu, While the Ragged Field? ing of the Home Team was a Subject of Much Comment. Leach Hit Hard. Rapid and almost perfect iielding and card aud iitnoiy bluing it?b the cause vl the Norfolk club uddlug another victory to their Im, aud from the same cause the " L'ruckere" dropped u peg ?ower in their percentage. There was u large nuiubcr of people presuui ut league Park to see the contest, and much speculation wus indulged iu, <iuring practice, as to the relative um ii- ot the two oltlba, and the time tor the gums to commence wus eagerly wishtd lor. Promptly ut 4:30 o'clock Umpire Phelau set tlie ball ill motion ?Olid applause from admirers of euch leain. Eddie Herr occuuied the box for tho Norfolk's, and the knowing ones tUougnt the Ttuckers hud suuiething ?kiu to a "mad pipe oincb," lrom the luct that heretofore Herr had been sery easy for the homo t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 30 August 1895

I. VERY USELESS IHREM Protectionists Say Wool Duties Will Be Restored. Under the New Tariff Domestic Wool j Has Advanced and Manufacture Vastly Increased. No Fat Can Be Fried Out of the Manu? factures on This Issue. Nothing cuuld more significantly demoustrnto the growing prosperity of tho country's woolen industries than bave the enormous importations of free wool since the new tariff went into ef? fect During the 11 mouths ended May 81', 1895, the total importations of wool amounted to 185,331,341 |Kjnuds, of which 170,823,608 pounds wore admit? ted free of duty. In the correspoudiug months of the previous your tho total importations of wool amounted to 48, 430,908 pounds. Hut this growth iu the quantity is not tho most significant fact connected with theso wool imports. Formerly tho great hulk of theso im? ports consisted of low urade "carpet wool," or was invoiced as such. When lauded, a uousidoruble part of this wool w:ls sorted out for the manufacture of clothing, and there is...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 30 August 1895

uiiqim report. moilrr Marl.rl. fKtt York. August 29.?Money on call nt 11 yer cent. Poated rate?; 489a ttd. Commor Ci.il bUI?,<87Jal8SL Government bonds Urni. 1UV. sroi'K HAUKt.r? OLOaTSU UIP8. American Cotton OH. 451: American Cot lou Oil. pref.74i American Sugar Refin? er U?, 1???; American Sugar Refilioriee, pr-r, 102}; American Tobacco. '.'3: American To laceo. preL 101': Topeka au<l Atcbinon. thtnta Fe, 2U{; Baltimore and Obio, (*c">: Can ? da Pacific. 60: Chesapeake and Ohio. 21 i: Chicago and Alton, 100: Chicago. I'.Urhuif toti and Quiney. Uli; ChicagoOas Trott, 62|; Vrluware and Lacknwantia. ICH: UUtil (r> and <'attlo Feeder?. 21|; Erie. 9i: Kri* tec f.. 25: Oeneral Electric. 37i: lllinoi? (>niral,104: Lake Bi le and Wenteru.SCLLAk Krie ami Wi ntern, prof., 79}; I Jtlto Hhon. 1611: Louisville and Kasltville, 031; Louis villa. New Albany and Chicago. Man ltattonConsolidated.ll4f :Monmhis und Uhar leitou. lb-. Mi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 30 August 1895

(TS FHNDS FULLY ?M Bishop Hurst and The American University at Washington. The Bishops Energetic Work. Plans Soon to Ee Selected a .d Work Begun in a Few Wieks. The Site Will Be O le of the Most Beautiful. Through the insistent nnd untiring efforts of Biehop John F. Hnrst of Washington and the enerpy of :ui effi? cient building committoo. the proposed Amorier.n university nt Washington has cow taken ttuigiblo form, aud within a few weck? ground will bo bnikon for the first of tho buildings, which, when erected, wsil far outrival anything of tho bind in the Capital City. Tho site of tho proposed university is cn the north westorn heights of Wash ii>jtou and covers more tlinn 00 acres. It is in sown re?pccts the most desirable location i? or near the city. Situated along the extension of MnssuohusottH avenue and half ftvnting on Nebraska nvanno, tho bmldiub. will eoniuiuud u ; charming riow of tho city, of tho Poto- | mac and tho ?nTocndiiiK country and the Blno Ridge mount...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 31 August 1895

VOL. L?NO. S3 NORFOLK, VA. SATURDAY, AUGUST 31; 1895 PRICK 2 CENTS THE CONDITION OF BUSINESS What Bradstreets and Dun Have to Say of the Situation. The Price of Cotton Advancing. The Volume ol Domestic Trade Slight gkSJIy Better. An Unprecedented Large Crop of Indian Corn. The Volume of Trade. ilT Southern Aii?O?ial?'U're?j. Nf.w York, August :JU. ? lt. (Jr. Dun & Co., in their weekly review of trude to morrow, will suy: Improvements iu markets ami pncea ooutiuues and whereas a few mouths iij,ro uverybudy was uursiug tue turntest hupen ot re covury, it has uow cotuo to be tbe ouiy question iu which nil brunches if uuy the rise iu prices,aud iu the increase of business muy go far. A stroug con servativo feeling is ttudiug expression, no' us yet controlling the uiurkcts or j industries, hut warning ugaiust too rapid expansion and rise. Iu sun,i dirootioni tho advance iu prices clearly cheeks fuituer business. The industries ure not only doing bei tor tbttu suybody hud t xp...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 31 August 1895

The Committee Investigated the Almshouse Matter And Finds a Condition of Affairs ? Which, in Their Opinion, Justi? fied the Removal of the Keeper, Assistant, and Nurse. It Was Fully Investigated. The Almshouse Committee com? posed of Messrs, Wsiker, Hattnau ami Bssslej, met at the City Treasurer's olQco Inst night to luvoatigute thu charge against the Superintendent,Mr. Mortis, of misfeoBnuce and malfeasance in olllce. Mayor Pettil presided end Oily Attorney Sbelton was present to look after the interest of tho city, uud James E. Heath, Jr., appeared for tho Superintendent. There were also pres? ent as spectators, a number uf the members of the City Council. Tho investigation was conducted with opeu doors, and was as full uud complete as it was possible to be. Nothing was left undone that would "turn ou tho light," uud disclose tho manner in which the atlairs of thu Almshouse are being conducted. The first witness called was Mr. Edward Craig, who said that ho had beou at the almshou...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 31 August 1895

T HE SlicrifT of Anne Arundel Co., Md., says: "I have used Dr. Dearie's Dyspepsia Pills for Indigestion, nntl weak stomach, wliicli hail troubled me fur some time, and was soon cured by them. "/ cotttidtr them the great family medicine. "If taken when required, ihcy kcop the Stomach in a healthy condition.' THOMAS J. L1NTHECUM, Sheriff. ThiSe pill*, one t-ken after caih meal, always cure ilyapeptia and kindred ailntcnta Ai diuggitu -? tc. i. bird to us lor ? trtc lample. DR. J. A. DF.ANIi CO.. Kinuilon, Now Vor*" I ?w A KTICI* POSITION BT EXPERT ACCOUNTANT AND baukkeepar, AI mauagar aud all aruuud uual ke a uiiiu or expeileucj; Tiekl reference", Ado |doi :<M. Noriclk ff ALY.SM A N?EX PERI EN< ED? Tu ko|I ai a de Si l.ao ? xclusivily; am j-uiotit; c?iuea I . iolibcr. a d di aler- exiclltui i ll aa. tddrva , with tef areuce, HAMILTON 4 uykk3, Mlddletowa, fa luai-lf \\*ANTED? SAI.ESMEN. Knergelh men to -1 wl goode by sample al ban e. -.i 11 at el; easy aell?i: sta...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 31 August 1895

>:sTA.m.isnr.i> lbY.S. CUBLlSllliD BVEBx" IIOUNINQ BSOSPT '' MONDAY. Y1BQ1N1 AN UUlliDIMQ. HAIN AND COMAlEUOil HTUttlCId. M. ?l.ENNAN. Ow.NKft. -1'uKUlilUULATlOMUK 111 Wl.?lMAN ia l.AKOKbV IN 1-ACLSS >?[ au;- other Datier published in V.o.*' ril VirKiut?. its eircnlati'iu in Norfolk, niltl Portsmouth *? Kti-ator ilmu that of any papot i tibliabe I or eir?utatoil in the two u Iii - t ia delivered iu the cities ol N.rf i>. ?ui rortginouth au-l snblirb.. lur ID cent* h weak. vail subscriptions, post .go paw. Viru Dollars per ye.tr; Three Dollars lor -ix nioiitbs. One DolUr ami fifty Cunts for ihre- mouth-, an! 1 irty Cent- lor oue ^Mvertlsemonta lusertoJ attheratoof 75 Ci:Mk?sU'vtl'iii i in hiion; ca.ili subse? quent inaerliou :*7;. ( im-, or 5' Cr.STS VIJKN I^XKI TKII KVKBI ? lllWIl'AV. l'iitltrRC tors are not alinwo I lo csee .1 I oir upa a or iiilveitlso other than thoir logriinsto lie.piiuBs. excipt by paying especially ror the same. Tor ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 31 August 1895

PORTSMOUTH MEWS [HF TRUCKERS AND CLAWS Dn Account of Darkness the Game Was Called in the Seventh. The Portsmouth Team Could Only Get Two Hits Off McParHin. Brandt Was Hit Safely Nine Times. It Was Not a Very Fast Game. Yesterday's game between tbo Nor? folk und I 'orlsuiolitb I cauls was uo ox stpiiou from '1 burstlay'a uo far as iu tossaut kicking ou the patt of "Pop" '1 ate was concerned. "Pop', otijeoted Jo every deeislou made by tbo umpire, especially is tbis true in reference to Several base decisions, which may bavo been \?ry close, yet "Pop" bas been playing bull long enough to know tbat nil the kicking in Hie world bus uo effect on the average umpire, conse? quently abould cease that otijectionublo liubit of bis, unless liu bonestly tbiuks be lias u kick coming to biui, ttieu it is right nud proper thui bo should enter ii protest. W hether be hud a "kick coming"' ou ttio basu decisions re? ferred to or not is a iposiion. but Tin: \ ii.uiman is in a position to suy tbut so la...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 31 August 1895

IN THE APIARY. A Callfornlan's Account of Extraction* Honey KrotU ltoX I?TOS. A California apiarist, who worked Over an old apiary the past season and extracted more than 1.000 pounds of honey from the old boxes, gave his ex? perience, through The American Bee Journal, as follows: I cut four pieces of lath. A, A, A, A, tlrt> length of the hive frames, and a cleat (B) an inch square and us long as the width of the frames, and a small cleat (C) the same length, and nail <hem together as shown in the illustra? tion, and along the outer edg >s "t the cutsido lath drive some suk.11 nails about three inches apart, lotting the lte.ads project ono-qnarler inch. A pair Ol these pallets will be needed, and if cue has an assistant two pairs will be required. 1 now cnt the cm ml ; to tit tho frames us nearly as pracl ieable, and lay n piece out lie pallet so a> to rest against the cleat B. and if there is room l put uu othcr picee on the pallet r&...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 31 August 1895

COMMERGI.L REPORT. inouer Ms-rktii? Nf.wYoiik. August .0.?Money on call oaay ?t 1 per ooiit. closing at 1 par oout sion tng exnhaugo is tiiui. w?li actual I nitida In bniie' billa at 4$8fa489 for aixiv ib./a and ???Ii??"? for deuiund- Posted raio*. 4HVa aiO. CoiiiinoroiHl Lille, -larjuloUA. tloveiu tfient bouds strong. ?1UK stock market? CLOS1XU Uli?. American Cotton Oil. 154: Americun Cot? ton Oil. i rof. 74: American Sugar IW-8n ?ri^a, 110}; American Sugar Ile?neries. pr?f, 11131: American Tobacco. M}: American To acoo. pr?>l'. 109; Topeka und Atchlson, Saum Fe, 20>- Baltimore and Ohio, 6li: ("im ?da Pacific, 50: Chesapeake au-l Ohio. 21}: Chlcogo and Altou, 103: Chicago. Hurling V>n andQuinor, 91; ChicagoQaa Traat, >. '.} Delaware ntiil latokiiwanua. 162]: 1> fill? ers and t attle Feeders. 214; Erie. 9}: Brie, reef., 25; General Bleotrie. :i7{: llliitoia Central,lOli Lake Erie ami Woateru.26|:Lake Vrio and Western, prcf.. HU;...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 31 August 1895

How the Laborer Is Robbed by the Cheap Dollar. The Condition of the Toiler In That QCountrv Is a Warning lo Be Heeded. Wages Merely n Pittance, and Living Is Made Higher by Free Silver. ' eotno tilings would seem to no so cer? tain that it is n waste of time to argue about them. Amoug these is tho condi? tion of tho people of Mexico, which ev? erybody knows is in every respect in? ferior to that of the people of the United States. Yet the silverites have cheek enough to brazenly claim thai tho Mex? icans nro more prosperous than wo are. Tho following letter, recently published in tho New York Sun, shows tho real facts as to Mexico's alleged prosperity: Mexico, .inly 8, 1896. The fight over the financial question now on in the United States is watched with eagerness and interest by uliue owners hero. Whenever tho United States throws open her mints to the free end unlimited coinage of silver the mining property of Mexico will be en? hanced in vnlnc in tho same proportion as that in C...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 1 September 1895

fHE NORFOLK COTTON TRADE Secretary Bell Submits His Annual Report. Facts and Figures Concerning One of the Most Important Items of the Trade of this Port. Nor? folk's Ability to do Business. Soorotary Norman Ball, of tbo Cot tou Exchange, submits tbo following interesting report of tbe cottou trade for tbe twelve mouths ending August 81, yestorduy: 4i.il.luLK ANU l'..l TSMOl'TII COTT?S E\'ot, j SUPKHIN I i NiEV]'. UlH i. > Nonroi.k, V*., Saturday August 31. '.'5. ) H'o the /'resident ard Hoard of rcctom Nor/'oik and Pprttanputh Cotton bhtehanyt: (Ikstlkmks?I have tbe bouor to r ii l) in 11 for your coasidoratiou tbu twenty-first auuutil slutcuiuut of tbu cotton movement ut tbe pori. of Nor folk for tbu twelve months eudiug August 31st, 18D5. 't be i'oHuu crop just marketed, wbieb approximates 10,000,01)0 bulcs, ia a luugniticout attestation of t be great and fertile resources ut tbu rehabilitated South. Tbu bulk of tins production wus secured tu tbo vast Stute of Texas ?m...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 1 September 1895

LABOR'S ill ill! A Grand Demonstration To-Morrow by Norfolk's Wage Earners. I* Is Proposed to Make It a Day Long to Be Remembered. The Proces? sion and Line of March. Speeches and Amuse? ments, Etc. The various labor orga^ir-atiotss ol Not folk have perfected arrangements for a grand Labor Day celebration Monday. . This event r> as fa-.r to be the race! BOo<*i>?<,'<l i" ?l>f history ol this c.ty. It Will not btl demonstration foi the pnipuoa ui mu.. :y showing r.naitri.'si strength, tbongb tL.re will be shout 1,000 men id lice ? tonu ? 00 i sre lattu fully periormed their part in all the relatiouslol life?honest toilers, the bone and sicrw ol tl . ia:.j. It is a tact worthy ol note that of the vast throng ot laboreri to ba neu on the streets od Monday?representing tbe iudustriil and manulaeturing inter? ests of this cuiiimunity that there is ) no discord in their ranks. no disputes w.tti capital, calling for either st...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 1 September 1895

MUNYON PRESENTS MORE EVIDENCE Testimony from Sufferers Who Have Been Cured by Munyon's Remedies. Qon. Gilbert P. r'arnhaui. re< eutly the ruin.itdit.te uu the I rolnbitiou ticket tor Becfetavy ol Slat." of Maiaacbutcttj, lay*: ?'Olio bottio of .nunyoiiH liyspopnia Cure ?.urbil 111a of u very aiccravnte t u-e of dy i ml '1 .111 1 h Irjll le, froui whioil I 1.ad Buffered for juurt. 1 do not usuully ?five to.timonin h, bul 111 this cum the euro Tri- ? '.i- ted ho thoroughly an 1 quickly that I deem it my duty tut otlior -u cut ?hould kuow or it l.ouiH Cupp. 1:115 Saneom atroet, 1'hiladeU jdiiu. the at ward o Foie-mugh ? Circus ? avN I Wat tub uct to uioit malignant at In k- of rliounait ?111. Noue of Iba many remedied 1 uso 1 did uio any good until I bo an .-'us Munyon't Hheuiinttisni Oi re. Jt? ofl'o t- wero marked. Tno pa n le t almoi-t iuatantly mid within a abort litmi I v .m until oi v cured.' Muuydua Kemedlet net almost iuttautly, ?paedily ? uriug the moat ubttmate cm ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 1 September 1895

>->T\m.tsUJ:d ISt'iB. TCBUSHED EVliBY. MOUNLNQ BXCBPT MONDAY. UHGIMaN BUILDING. tIAIN AND i OMMl'.UXB BTUBET?. Jl. ULESNAN. Ownki.. ""xilK ClItUULATlON OK.TUK Y1I.?INIAN H bABQKLV IN EXCESS of au> other Dauer published iu East ' " Vir?lum. ;ts circulation iu NurfoU nud I ortsmoutli it-creator lliau that of any vapor published or viiouiatcil in tbo two e tic*. .t :s delivered iu tho citii s of Norfolk and Portsmouth au.l suburb tor IU oonta a weak. 5 ail sub* ription*. postage pal I Jr'.vv Dollar? per year; Ihreo Dollar? foi ;ix inOiilbB. OnO Dollar au I Kil'tjf Conts for thro.- month-, an! I i'ty Oouta for ono tuont'-i. Advortbi-mi-uts lu.-erte i at tho rate ol . ? Ca.vii aSucai aVinvr ismiktk - each sabao qv.ont insarliou - 7 i'im-, or ."> i Ousts who 1SSKITKU >mi.KU luv. i'uiilrac tors are not nl'owol to exceed t eir spa a or ndvertiso other than thoir leginin.Ho business, except by paying especially lor the same. TUR WKKKI.Y ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 1 September 1895

The Two Clubs Break Even, Each Winning Two Games. All the Pitchers Did Well. The Truck? ers Did Better Hitting; and Fielding and Thereby Hangs the Tale ol Victory. "Kicking" Was a Feature. Portsmouth wuu thuoj both was the joy I ii I stra'iis seut up by the Ports? mouth peoplo yesterday alteruuou und last night. Every "rootor" was en thtiued and full of praise for the good woik of the ?'Truckern," aud they are luiuly aud willing to take back all the hard thing" 8l"d about theiu miring tlie past few day*. 'Lhey buve redeemed, Hi a measure, their laurels, and many pleasant Um ga are being Mild of thHtu. They probably deserve some uieaR.iro ot,praise for the way they ?feut&t tho "Ulauis" yesterday afteruoou. t'ortutu it t? that the work of the boya yuiiter day \?a- lu marked contrast to that of the day before, ami thoso who were outspoken lu their expressions, dotn lueutal to tho Portsmoulbs, uo doubt thiuk they are mistaken, aud feel that they were just a little hasty. 1 h...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 1 September 1895

So Cot. Cockerill Oescribes Hi Educational System. Co-education a Feature of the Syste All Most Attend School Up to-th< Age of Fourteen. The Sub joct Taught. Teachers Qualifications. Tlio common school system ct Japan is in luv opinion the chief ,support > I the empire and tho promise .;f tho fu . tvirc. There -are only two grades ol Echools?the ordinary and the highe Children of both Boxes, betwoon llu ages of C and 10, attend tho forme Children between tho ages of 11 und N are eligible to tho higher guide school Every municipality, township, village, town und city is required to build n schoollum-io <:r scboolhousos, aeoordiii] to tho census returns of ohildreu o) sc1uk)1 ago. Th?i houses are construct' according to tho capacity tutd require xhouts of tbo school division. Iu tin cities the school buildings are quid commodious and pretensions, though nl are Ecomiugly overcrowded. In tie COnutry many of them are poor wood* r structures. It is obligat...

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