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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 19 September 1895

II TER? Ii. STORM It Culminates in Death to Two Per? sons and Injury to Others. The Wind Continued Only a Few Min? utes, Yet That was Sufficient to. Cause Great Destruction. The Most Severe in the History of the Place. Uy Southern Associated Press. Watbktown, N. Y., {September 12.? A territio storm swept over this soctiou at about y o'clock lust eveuiug, causing much damage to property gouerally uud culiuiuated iu u serious disaster uua fatilitv at Cupe Vincent, nt the foot of .Luke Outuno. Thomas Aruiel eud Ueorgo itadfroy, of Cupu Vincent, Luve siueo died from mtoruul iujuriee, eud others were iujurud as tollowa: ?? Tbouiussou, New York city, fracture nt huso of brain; Miss Maud Waith, Kingston. Out,, icvere scalp wouud; Miss Lillie Wilsou, Cupe Viu ceut, Iructurud clavicle; Mrs. .luhu Aikuu, Hamilton, Out., tractured limb aud inturuul lujurieB, David Andrews, Pierrepont Manor, baud cut, aud the following from Cupu Viuoeut: Merra Eugene Fitzgerald, severely injured iuterually; Mib...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 19 September 1895

IF WOMAN "The American 61rl" in the Cattle Com? mission i<?slness. SHE IS DOING A THRIVING BUSINESS. Jemiic M. Uooilwin 111* I'lrsl vv.toom ?? lleeoine ? Live StoeU 31 ei,-'1:1111 six- On 1.1 - ? Years (Mil Woman's \<K :ltl< <-llM'll( Co II. Yciitimi in Unltltitore. !' Tho first \v< mau to go into tho live ttock commission business in America has yjeeived ber first consignment and Bold it at tlid "top" market price. Out sido tin' doer of her office in tho Livo (Stock Exchange at tho stockyanls hangs her sign. It is this: I: JENNIE M. GOODWIN, : ! : LIVC stock commission hciiciiant. : . Miss Goodwin is an exceedingly pret? ty girl. Sbo is 8-1 years old and was born iti White county, Tcuh. She has rthi> low, Well modulated voice of sou?i j era women and has dark, oxpri ssivo eyes and an abundance of black, natu- j rally wavy hair. But Miss Goodwin is | much prouder of being the tirst femi nine "commission man" than she ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 20 September 1895

But Under One Flag, a Reunited Host, the Blue and the Gray Intermingle. THE NATIONAL PARK AT CH1CKAMAUGA. It is Dedicated i<> The Memory ?I l ikihc Wims?- l*iit Holism unit !???? VOlloll I.I'll ill. Ill li> liMJ Down Their Lives In Defcuve ??! Their ? IUI \ II I IIIIIS. Chattanooga, Tenn., September 1?.? After .in Interval of thirty-two years the Blue and Oruy to-day utcaln uioi around the crescent of Snodgrass mil ? ?i; Hi ? huttlellcld Chlckumauga, l?ul not us Hi.!, amid the louden hall which marked iho,so dreadful days i?i" Until, making the conflict the in.?st disastrous in its cuusultles to thoftc concerning \. ii history knows. Under prio Hum. u reunited host, devoted 10 the ad? vancement and prosperity of one com? mon country, the veterun foeihttii 6f a third "i century ago met to-day to <hd lOate an ;i Nutiouul Park tin- ground made, uttered bj the blood of tin- heroes V lio lOUghl ill tlii il' sill.-. This park Is one Of tin- must...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 20 September 1895

It Only Costs 25 Ceii t s To Prove What We Say ! If y.,u h ivo not cent*, to gpnre Bw'. ?. 1 li itiou nt tli ?? -t..ry or ofllce. y? U11 in ?tr?c .mil we will cheerfully k''vo.von ?> ifttnple 1.01 tli of Qufiitol. We ?.mt to convince it. iy family in Virginia ili.it ijnrn to- is imiitpou ill le a- 11 Unnly rent ,dr. Noil ontinowntTortl to be with bUl it in your borne that Emergency Remedy" Q TRY Ec:em. Pirrplcs, Rmgwo-r,. F?? E~.p*!"v?, Spr. r.i. Bo <*, Inflifrrnatcry S?*amJtl Bone-Fe.Dni, Run- Rcurrfi, EqjiMiM absolutely In InfiiTTi! wi, Druggists Sell It "CONCENTRATED'* TRY IT. Those Who Have wou a jj Bt1 ffiiiioui it iYour Eyes JPaiu You ? A You need not wor.-y when ^ v jouknjwyou can get the glasses x V you need from my complete " A stick. ? A I exercise the grcatcs' of ? V care in testing the eyes to fur- j. f nisli just the qlass it nccds--ar.d r A the examination is free. /) 4 OFFICE CLOSES AT 5 P. M. i Large and Select l ine oi l:all HAT Cap.-, Umbrella...

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

KNOWLEDGE Brings comfort and improvement and tends to personal onjoymcnt when rightly used. The many, who live bet ter than others und enjoy life more, with less expenditure, by more promptly adapting the world's best products to tlii' needs of physical being, will attest the value to health of the pure liquid laxative principles embraced iu the "remedy. Syrup of Figs. It- excellence is due to its presenting iu the form most acceptable and pleas? ant to the taste, the r< freshing and truly 1?. uc?cial properties of a perfect lax? ative; effectually cleansing the system, dispelling colds, headaches and fevers and permanently curing constipation. It lias given satisfaction t<? millions and met with the approval of the medical profession, because it acts on the Kid? neys, Liver and Bowels without weak? ening them and it is perfectly tree from every objectionable substance. Syrup of Pigs is for sale by all drug? gists in 50c aa>l :?1 bottles, but it is m...

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

PUBLISHED DAILY AND WEEKLY. rVI. G L E N N A N, Owr-ior. TERMS OF THE VIRGINIAN. Till DAILY VIUU1NAN I? delivered 10 - I - Kribtr* b? latr'ei* In Xiirttiltf, 1'orlsnmiitli I'e ... lev. Suffolk, W o 1 Not ..Ik, N.?|.r Sena f r HI ?Yrttipei ??ek,u raWc 'u tu- itrrterwe kl?. I.jr null.|*ii?g?fieela ibv I mn-1 s an-i. DAILY. one year - ? ? sr. no ?> six iiiwniliH ? ? . :i in* *? three iiioikIis - - s ?"><? one Month .... 50 Tin: WEKKi.i rmiiiMAX \mm \,n OI.IMA.X, mil Dollar l?er Vear. remilUiifit, I>r:ifis. i I eckn mill IVetiillli. O ?!??? tiivulil In mil >? payable lo tue ordern THE NORFOLK VIRGINIAN, (llllee > Irgiutnii llulldtiig. Jlnlii and Commerce sii ci-is. .Mlltllll.lt. '. \. APVKRTISINU I5ATK-. ? Ado in-iihmiI? lli teit.d at llic rmool lACdai* a ?.u.-i. I i. i In*.- ? ill.n.each ?al*ei|ueiit iii.eitun.11?, iirfii ienn \\ beo In cited lavr. ml. r l?aj loll rw Iocs ate tiul ?l?*e.l to e* tot ilielr splie oradyei I...

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

GRAINS OF KNOWLEDGE Items of More Than Ordinary Interest which Will Furnish Good Food tor Thought. CUTTING SIX MILLION FEET LUMBER. l>lscbtii'aed Al'lvr Tlslrlj Ycnnw ?1 Scrvii'i1 I In- I'urlMilout tl Huplist Association i? Meet \<-\t Ttu'sdtij Tile < ?ui?lil ion ol' Mrs. <i?-iti-a< *A. Wim-. The travel South is itumcuss now. Read tlio advertisement of U. VY, IludglUH & Co. Mr. Win. Cook ia spending bobjo time at Newport News, There tiaa been but few deaths iu Portsmouth thin month, yesterday wilt rank woll with tho hottrat days of the siiuitiior. Thu Russian Hebrew* in the oily held services at tbu City Hull yestor day uioruiug, it ia moro than probable that the Pink View school will lio built before tbu end ol thin year. Tbu condition of .Mrs. Copt. Ii. W, Jl. Watts ruuiaiua unchanged. Her frisudu mi- apprehensive. i'tie ciuiduotore on the different rail roidssay tbnt they hare never seen it bo dusty traveling as i...

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

FOR SOUND MONEY Mills Refuses Longer to Be Connected With the Sixteen to One People. HE STATES HIS POSITION VERY CLEARLY. 'Xlie Senator Write* i? l-'nreefnl Leller t<> ttie I'linlrmnti ot ihe lleiuoerntle Htntc Committee ol'Tcxn* Object* In ?U? Silver Mtnnrlorcl llecnuae " Is Kol Ute Standard ?i lite t'onntrj . ' Senator Mills of Texas lias heretofore born biassed as a ? lipporter < f free coin? age at lOtol* If hoevor belioved iuthis doctrine, ho lias beon coiiriuecd by study mid thought of iis folly Biid dangers. That then- maybe no misunderstanding he has just written a letter to the chair? man of the Doniooratio stato committeo of Texas, in which ho states his position C-lehrly and forcibly. Here are seme ex? cerpts from his U tter of Sept. 10: "1 object to the silver standard being adopted iu lieu of the existing standard berause it will dofrand all creditt ra ont of ono-hulf the value of their debts. Ev? ery debt contracted sinco Jan. 1, 1870, ...

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

COiWIiL REPORT. BJoneir itltarket. llT Southeru Aaeociato.l Froai. Niav Youk, Sept. 19.?Money on call easy at li.a'2 pel cunt.: lust loaU ?I 1 1-2 und closing oifei ed at 1 l-'J pel cent. Prime mu. cuutilu pa] ur 4 s-4n5j tier cent. Met hug ox? change weak with actual business iti bank? ers' bills at 4S8alS8 1-3 for sixty days ami 4t.'.i l-4a>4891 for demand. Polled rates. ?H8}a,l89*. Commoroiiil bills, U?7JulS7}. Oovei nuient bonds linn. 1UK STOCK MABKET?CLOSISU BIOS. Amnrican Cotton Oil. 23: American Col* ton Oil. vref.71: American Sugar Refin? eries. 108; American Sugar Oefineclo?. pre'. 100}: Amortran Tobacco. 10J.: Anier' i'.iii Tobacco, prof. ?07;Topeka and 4lchisnn, Santa I'e. '."J 3-1: llnlMniore nod Ohio. O'i: Canada Pacific. rR': ChcRnuenltn ami Ohio. 2n 1-4: Cliiencn und Mtoii.h' i: Chicago im Iiujt ton i nilOuincv.85 !?!: < 'hicanoOa* Trnat, ?9.3-4: Delaware aud Lsekiiwauna. 107': Diatilera ami t'attle I'eodere. 20| Frlo. M Erie, reel . ?2: Oenaral ...

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

A BIG LEADER IN JAPAN A Man Who Contributes Much to 11s Pro? gress and Development. A SKETCH OF PRIME MINISTER ITO. 113 Col. Corker-Ill Vitiitrimril ?1 .!? Itnii'H Kiilrrprl*!' A Reiiinrkiiblij SI 1111 ?ml Iii?, tJriiml Career He Kentleretl DiKilitKiiintieil Service ttiiriiiii 1 lie Wur. ' Baron Tto has the largest and inns! icmarkablo looking hoad of any man 1 have Boen in Japan. li>' lias a soft aud nnctuous way of talking, and if ho is mot a shrewd worker in the causo of Ja? pan there ia no snob person in existence. If the present government holda togeth? er, ho will hove still greater advance? ment, a soat in tlit* cabinet being hii when the opportunity conies-. This young man's career is a fine example of the field which opens before the youths of Japan, where a baton is carried in .every soldier-* knapsack and an impe? rial councilor's star is in every school? room. He was born in Nagattuki in lsf>7. the son of n Samurai ret ai nur of tho To Qragana dynas...

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

IN PEACE WE DWELL Yesterday's Proceedings of the Dedication of the Park Most Imposing. A WELCOME HARBINGER OF PEACE. I'rwniliiutit uml Distinguished Men of ltuili Sections Nluutl I'nce in l iici' mill UlKt'UHNftl Klo?|UeUllj Iln-Null Jeel ol Hit' J.nlc Civil ?oniiict.Hold? ing in ilieir lleiirta Xo HlllcrnesM. Chattanooga. Tenn., September "0.? Th.- proceedings of the third and lus-t day of the dedication >>i Hip Chlcka inauga and Chattanooga Nittlonul Mil? itary Park, Judging from tlio crowd which thronged the streets, were the must attractive of the Kerlen. This was ftp. . its.- possibly, howeverj for the rcuson that there was nothing going on ni Ui.- b?tllellcld and every one's atten? tion centered upon ilie meetings in the city tent. Another fact was tin- mili? tary demonstration by the regulars ami tl,e Stute militia, in cump here, was the attraction that drew to the city many residents ot the surrounding territory, who had not previously hern present duri...

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

It Only Costs 25 Cents To Prove What We Say ! It yon luve"not 'j5 cents to sparo tbakti a.'i ii.-at:ou tit the fa.-torr <>r OAire. '.I. Mum (.(no . an 1 we will cheer .'ullT give you a a n; le bottle of l,u-..<'0'. Wo w.mt to convince tT.iy family lu Vitginiu that Qttrn* tol :s luiimpcn-nble 118 n family retn tdy. tou cntiuot 1 Ooril to be wi'.k cu: it 111 your borne TRY ?that Emergency Remedy' Eciff-a. Pimplo?, Rirgwor-r, F?.c E -r' ??'>, Sp-tint, Be ii, lnfl?T.m?tory "Bcne-Feic-s, Run-Rounds, Ulnt. Oia So-*!, Errfejlaf, ASSOLLTElY. All Inlwr.Ttt 01, BniCBlsls Sell It "CONCENTRATED' TRY IT. l?l _I Rl_ QURATOL GUARANTEED. Cap?, Umbrellas and Canes. L. ? OLIVER & GO. LOWEST PRICES. 111 rvi/virsi STREET. "~W. H. H. Trice & Co., Real [state and Rental Agents, itJ DANK sr. For Kent. RESIDENCES. 2 Holt} AM IKK YORK. ila vows. itCtiAi: OTTEsr. i.-tii pu i:. 11. HI It Ml !> \ -T 11 I .M.ki a Mi l?ll iti ST?KK", ...

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

The Agonies of the Inquisition En? dured by Rheumatic Sufferers. A\m ociojroiinrlnii Tel In n Wonderful tMorj <>i Hi* Remarkable ( uro. John L. Gill, residing at 34 north Giant avenue. Columbus, ?>. u??'.] ss years, says: "[ suffered from rheumu tlsin for ever 30 years. The pains were very severe und often I was unable tp move around. 1 have doctored with many physicians and taken all kind.'; of patent medicine, but never received any relief until I began using Mun yott'rj Rheumatism Cure. Within twelve hums after takln? the lirst dose I was free from pniu and am now < "in pletely cured." Mun> oil's Rheumatism Cure is guar? anteed tq cure rheumatism in any part of the body. Acute or musc ular rheu? matism cured in from one t<> live daj It never fulls t-> cure sharp, shooting pains in the arms, legs, Sides, back or breast, or soreness In any part ot tin body in from one to tin. hours. II I guarant...

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

fl ;KorfolK loiai PUBLISHED DAILY AND WEEKLY. rVI. G L. E INJ IM A IM, Own er. TERMo OF THE VIHGINIAN. Tin: paw v ?'ihcinan i< -i ?.r-i m >ui? tcrllH-ri i" iur ria hi Norfolk, IVrWaiunl. ley, SuOolk, V* * I Kor oik, Near, ? r V >> s i rli tVnts per ??ck, n w ???? lo tu ? i ri u ?ckl? > y mi.il. |.o?'. c live In llio I ulteJ S aw". DAILY. 01:0 yeur ? - ? 83 00 six months - - - 00 ?? three months ? ? ? l ?"><> " oik- Moni U .... no Till". WEI5KI.Y VltMll.M IX IXHI AK OMMASi, One Hollar I'Cr Year. Kemlttan??. PraOs, VI k? .... I IV t<?ili.. O.lii kliould In- ma r patutilv to lliei nlci o THE NORFOLK VIRCIis'lAN'. OIUcc v. Iiittiilr.n Kit lilting. Main nr.tl Commerce Ntrocts. N'Oltl-'OI.H. *? am i uti-im. HATE", ? Alvoil ?eil j nt Hie rate of 7fi Cent > ? S ml llr I I i tleuteavli uikkequeiil neeit ??n j t'en . ?? IVbl* AVhen In crleJ K>vr>-Uli i l?a Kit t....

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

PORTSMOUTH NEWS DIVERSIFIED MATTERS The Chambers Fire Company Will Visit Reading, Pa,, and Expect a Good Time. OVERCOME WITH HEAT AND DIED. Purl Xorfoik and Messrs. Miibum ami Hnlvi-> tlr. E"?fl4?t-s KliltClMl'llt I'llllgtll Stealing a Hull ol ? loll. Tin- ?Tllll Ward School House Other >?-?s. Tbe Hebrew holiday is over for ouo week. Iiis said that the du\s and nights ?ro equal uow, Nono of tbe i.'onrts are doing much bus.nets tins Kcssiou. Hi. Thou.us Owens is <[uitc feeble at bi< homo on Scott's Greek. A ear loud ol material lor the stund pipes arrived yesterday, Moro patties were liued yesterday for haviug dogs without paying tuxes UO them. Tbe buu crusted the lino yesterday, The equinox tuny be looked lor at any time uow. In morrow will be the day for tho rogular monthly meeting of tbe Meth? odist Asm i lutlou. U is rumored thai ?laj. .1. P, Crocker will become u ciitiduiatu tor tho Legislature. 1 he street force will wet street dotvu ...

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

Ff HOW TO IRRIGATE. A Itsnca* Irrigator Kxptatnl Ills Method. A llox l?llr>i Illustrated and Described. ' On land having n gentle slope at n tolerably uniform rate tho arrangi ni< n< shown in tho first cut is entirely satis? factory, according t-> W. 1". Rose of Sterling, Kan., who writes as folk ws to Kansas 1- nrnit r Tho supply ditch or lateral is shown in tba foreground. Whether this gets its water from n canal or n reservoir, it should have a fall of about tin inch in 100 fret und should ho huge onongh to curry sufficient water to supply ft small stroaiu down 0, 8, or even 111 or 60 furrows, besides the trees. The water IllRIGATIStl A m: NO OIK IIAt:i>. which a ditch :t foot wide and 1 foot deep will carry can bo readily applied by one hand on land of cveu surfneo if (.ho arrangements hnvc to ?? n propicrly ?hade. Tho furri ws should have a toler? ably nniforni fall of not less than an liuehand not usually tnoro thnn l inch...

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

ittouov ill nr It ct. Hv Southern Associate I Pros*. Nkw Yohk, Sept. 20.?Money on call easy Jit lift',! per cent : last lojl! at 1 1-2 ami closmt; one oi at 1 1-2 per cent. I'rinia me cautiie paper 4n'? |ier cent. Sterling ex? change tirni with actual business in onuk er*' I'llU at JSSlalSH 1-2 lor Bixty days ?ud ?B'.H for ilenmuil. l'nstod rate-. 4S8iat891. Commercial bills, i8;;aP8. tioveiunion: bocds linn. tme stock MMIKLr- cl0818 > bios. Ameiionn Cotton Oil. 22}: American Col* ton Oil. i rot 71: American Snunr llnfltl* cries. I05i; American sn?ar '.efineriea. pref. 103) American Tobacco. 10 > ?: Ainer" can Tol ncc ?, pref. 107:Toueks mi l Atcliison Santa l p. 22 7 v. Ilnllimore ami Ohio, Ob ? 'auiniii Pacific, ,*8l; Chesapeake anil Ohio, 20: Chicago ami Alton. Hit: Ghicngo Uur li mi ton a ml Qtlincy.851-8; Chicago Oim Tmat, f.7 :t-t: Delaware mil Laoknwnuna, 167?: l>'-tilcr- ami l atila Feeders. ?0| I rie. 1* P.rie. ii'. :.. 281: Oenoral Klectric...

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

THE TOWN OF SUFFOLK The Great Performance of a Fisherman With the River and His Lighted Pipe. A SAD DEATH FROM HYDROPHOBIA. A Probable NerlouN ttiiiiitlMK Acci? dent IntereMliig Mnllrrs ol Per? sonal Mention Politic* ??> >"???'? niotitl micl Konlbnmplon t'oimlle* Discussed Bnlertnlnlnglj ? The thermometer hanging In front of Mr. .1. r. Hull'.- drug store yostcrdu:. registered 1U7 degrees nt o'clock. John T. King, who recently Hud burned nt Windsor his Lain. Bmoko house and live Block, was In Ssutrom yesterday afternoon; l>r George C. Vandersllce, of ltiehiitond, formerly pastor ol the First Methodist church In Suffolk. Is here visiting his (laughter, Mrs. Lee Uritt, Alain street. Services In Hie several churches to morrow ev< nine will begin ut 7:*?. in steud of s o'clock .as during the Bum nur. . Miss Lillian Arnold, of Norl.dk. I tlie truest of Miss Mottle Boswell, Sycu more street. Mrs. W. Li. Duiightrey nnd fumllj will leave Puesdtty r...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 22 September 1895

VOL. i?NU. 11_NORFOLK, VA. SUNDAY, SKITKMIWK 22 1895 PRICE 2 CENTS ?Sreentands Icy Mountains Furnished Noth? ing New or Startling to The E>plorers. LIEUTENANT PEARY NONCOMMITTAL Tin- Kid- Pound the l.tenienniii i?imI IIIhTWv Companions WmIIIiik for Her on Wltnle Sound They Hud Jus i Returned Prom Tlit'lr Over liniii Expedition luilcpeniivuee Uii) Itettcticd. ST. JOHN. N. P., Bept. 21. N BOA.KD the P .? a i y i- e 1 i-' i steamer Kit?, which lias urrlved here from Clreen land, w.-if Lieu? tenant Peary ami his companions. When the Kite reached Whale sound on August ::. Lieutenant Pea? iv. Hugh .1. I. ami their colored Bervant were found waiting for It. The party lind only ten days previously re? turned from their great o verbind ex pedltlon, which had proved n compar? ative failure. Lieutenant Peary and tl.ther two started late In March and made their way to independence bay. which is ih>- mom northerly paint of Greenland which he had reached on his prevloua expe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 22 September 1895

It Only Costs 25 Cents To Prove What We Say! TRY If you hnve not 25 routi to opnra make application 'tit tin- fa -tory or Oftire. IM Main tlrce*. nu I wo will theerttllv give you 11 i*'U| le bottle of Qumto'i Wo want to convince tTety family, In Virginia that t^ura tol is iudlapen.ablo 11a a family rein tdy. -0U cannot afford to l><> With cut it iu yottt bomo ?'that Emergency Remedy" Ecicts. Pimples, Ringworm, F*c? ErupHort, Spriins, Bo.Is, ti\fU-r.n-*tory fmrtlllngl, BonfFelcnt, Run-Round?. Ulctrt. Old Sortl, ??rr:"' , ASSQl?TEtY, All InSamrrat.oi, Brugglsts Sell it "CONCENTFIATEC" TRY IT. Caps, Umbrellas and Canes. L. JB&K 0LI1EI 8 CO. LOWEST F>F?!CE;?-> -111 (Vl/MiNJ STREET. WEEK EYES Are lb'* afllction ol young and old. The time 11 s rvngtlich li in is while young. I handle the liesi passes i< r every need ol the eye. Hy careful examination will iiml just what you need. Eyes Examined Free. OFFICE CLOSE...

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