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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 5 April 1895

11 D lg pUH] The Port City and Suburbs Covered In Concise Terms. THE NEW STREET RAILWAY Caulkers Discharged. Arrested for Stealing; a Ring. School Board Meeting. To Bridge Scott Creek. Port Norfolk Railroad. There was quite a frost yesterday Dtoruiust. The Portsmonth teom snd tho Lau costers cross iiut.s tins afteruoou, Prosideut R, U. HoffmaD, of the Sea? board Air Lino, was iu tho city yester? day. . Two lifih hucksters wore lined $20 yesterday for doing a husiuess with? out a iiceose. All the caulkers except 01:0 were dis charged from too navy yard yesterday for want of work. A number of persons from this city ?reut ti> Deep Creek last uiyht to in? tend the convention. Mr. Ueorge Parrisb hns accepted tho position oi bookkeeper at tho Mer? chants' und Farmers' Bauk. There was n uegro row on the edge of tho city Wednesday night. Clubs, etc., wore used. Xo arrests were made. 1 he prayers of tho church are being oflurud fur tho recovery ol our voner ?able towusmau, Cant James Brow...

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. — 5 April 1895

The Graft Captain Broman is Now Sailing on tlio Pacific. THIRTEEN FOOT LOG BOAT. From Oregon Hp Sr.ils to San Fran M Cisco, From Which Point He Will Go to New York by Rail, Thence to Europe. Pre? pared for Capsizing. Captain CuslaT BroiiuTh Bailed from MorsbfH-Ul. Dr.. a few days n::o. in his l? foot 6 inch log boat, bound for fs.ui Fran? cisco, from which point bo intondsto lako his croft to Now York by rail, using nuph ; tha or electricity to propel her overt ho rails. From New York ho will sail his queer little boat-to F.uropo. The Gustaf Adolph II, for such is the pttmo given by Caplnln lironiuti to his boat, in honor of the Swedish king, was branched at Marsh Hold in tho presence of fully 4,000 people After tho little vessel struck the water und righted herself she was taken in tow by tho stoamor Yarrow and escorted to tho government jotly by four excursion bouts carrying fully 00 > passongere? who cheered tho captain and his boat heartily. When do jetty v,*a? reached, tho l...

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. — 5 April 1895

COHBCI&l REPOH Moiicy niurhv,! Ev Southern A-moeeit? 1 Press, IKrir Yoiik, April ? Mouoy on rail easy hi lla'J) per cunt, .losing .?iper OSllt. riciiiu^ exchungo it lirm, with actual tvntines* in honkor?' lulls at 1881 tor ii\tv i1;ivk mi I isy, for demand, l'osto I antes. 488)a40t)L Commercial bills, 48/i. Government bonds olos d lirm. tub stock market?-CIjOSIKO 0105. 4tnor lean Cotton Oil, 35J; Auioricau Cot tou Oil, pref, 71 American Sugar Itettu eries, 100t;|Ainerican Sugar Itottuorics, in t. ?,:ii: American 'tobacco, foti American To? bacco, pro!.. 10.?; Atcbisou, Topoka nud I.int:, l-o, U;: Baltiraon aid Ohio, 58: i 'an - ?da Pacific, ;.'J,; Cbc6apoako and Ohio. 171; Cliioago und Allou, 147; Ubloigo. Hurling ton and Quiucy, 73;: Chicago OasTrust, 711; ItolaWai'O lint Lackanaunu. 1 .">'..': Li-til? lers and ?'atito feeders. I8?i Krio, Uli Erie, rr.t . 10}; General Electric. 83L Illinois Con? trol, 87t; Lake Erie and Western. 171: Lake t ri- ?ii.i Westum, pref., 741; Lake...

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. — 5 April 1895

A Dutch Physician Thinks He Has at, Last Found it, THE FOSSIL REMAINS IN JAVA. In the Central Part of That Island Eu? gene Dubois Came Upon Portions of a Skeleton Above the.High? est Ape and Below the Lowest Man. Mr. En pone 1 hi! ols, a Dutch army sur? geon, believes that ho has discovered iho jni6?iiig link between m.tu and tho apa He found In central Java portions of a skeleton which ho ?im lute .1?, lmnhuvo ti nt. et tho highest npo uud bolow that of tho lowest mail. Uo has written nn Interest ing pampblot <>n tho sttWjoet and ho stowed on hts> find tbo namo of Pithecan? thropus credits. This discovery has oxcltcil gcuoral Inter? est among scleutifio men. Professor O. O. Marsh of Vale, the eminent geologist, has do voted n ningusdno nrtlclo t.i It. Tho general opinion of sclentl?o writers now appears to bo that the remains aro distinct ly human, although of ::n extraordinarily How character. Dr. Ilnrrlsou Allen, in Scl Oioo, declares that tho molnr tooth, skull and femu...

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. — 6 April 1895

Want of Team Work Conspicuous Yesterday. NEW PLAYERS ARE EXPECTED The Norfolk Boys Are Uood Players, But Lack Co-operation. Co6tly Errors Lost Yesterday's Game. The Untried Men Don't Pan Out. TVuen tlio NorfolkR succroded pun.::.:' a run in tho ttrat iuuing oil Otis tSchtuoltz'a National League tout.),from S.bo DistrtOl of Columbia, yi-sterday ?fterntieu ou Whaiey'a oleau two bag? ger, and Corcorau's singlet everybody in the grand stund and bleachers j thought that tbo Norfolk Uolta woulil wlh out in s walk, and tbuy would bavo cfuue so bud not Corcorau's ragged wurk itt shot t-dop uiiuio every ohauce of success impossible. lack's work visually is lirst elate, but lins Scbtneltz *eeuia lo be bis b?Oilo, lor last year the M ushmgtou manager, who hai) a hue ou Corcorau's line work, ratuo down to ?ee hiui pull down baso hits. >1aok went all to pieces and played the worst pus ?stlile "game oi his life." Yesterday, again uitb So nine It/, on the beuob, lie repealed tbo performance and...

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. — 6 April 1895

WHY ? WHY, in the Spring-time, do so many have that drowsy, lifeless feeling ? WHY is there so much backache, neuralgia and rheumatism ? WHY do scrofulous taints eruptions and erysipelas show themselves ? WHY not admit the ti uth, which is. that kidney poison , is in the blood ? WHY, then, not put the blood in pine condition by curing the kidneys ? WHY not to-day resort to that great remedy. Warner's Safe Cure, which is the only known specific for these troubles ? WHY not. in a word, use the best remedy obtainable lor banishing disease and re? storing health and happi? ness ? Spratley Bros.' ONE PRICE HOUSE. eooooooooooooooooooooooooo o ?- "8 OOOOOOOOOOOO OOOC ? QOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCOOOOOOOOC o o o o fill 080000 o :o8 OOOO ODC?OOOO OOOOOOOO O We hsvo jnut ODftllO 1 i\ new lot of tbfrb it^uili in new n l olioioo pat? tern* at our Low I'ri e-. 1 lie'? styles are far more (login bl ' tlian tli? lest lot in had. All nuiv aud exquisite designs. Wish Sil'?, Wish Silks, Wish Silks, ?2"ir. liSc...

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. — 6 April 1895

THE POPULAR GBGA&ETTE MILD AND PURE UXUTACTTOla i ALLEN <S: G1NTER IICAH TOSSC To Cure avert!: 6(om.lc1i. loss of n;)P"-;tr;, flatulence, ?ratcrbrath, riain;; of (on-;, neartburn, night pnare, coated tongue, offensive breath, jaun? dice, bad complexion, liver-spots, y. How eyes, constipation, palpitation of tin: beat:, and abort breath after meals, dyspepsia, and all its Symptoms, take Dr. Deane's Dyspepsia Pills. Tat plenty ?.f good nourishing food. A pill after ?;a,.li meal. j.> ?. i ills at dtugglsls'. lead to iu for (ice lannite. UK. J. A. DEANR CO., _Kingston, New York. \\r ANTK.l)?M C.N WHO WILL WORK FOR 11 t76.vu month -alary 01 large cemml>tl6n, gelling goods by ssiuplt to dealcm; cxperlcncs tin* stece*sarv irrlle u*. *e will explain; lor waled psrlicu ?rJ tend stamp. HOI BKHOl.tl BPKCIAL l'V ? i?.. T.'? Puuith street, < lui Innati, Ohio. a i|EK AM' WOMI n TO MAK? Bfli MONI Y 1 ?Ith tin- Practical Plating Dynamo U I be electrical machine n-cl la I no great pl...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 6 April 1895

EXTAVI.IKHBD lb:"'5. rUBUSHED EVEBV MOBHISQ EXCEPT MONDAY. YIKGIMaS BUILDING. MAIN ANU COMMBUCK ST11EET3. M. QI.ENNAN. Owsep. Entered as seeond-elasi matter. j ~ thk otKCb'l.t 1 lUX or l UK VlltCUNI \N U LAHUEtA IN KXCESS of ?uy oth-i vseer publulird in Kasi ruVlrsiHin. I it* oireulau n m Norfolk ami Portsmouth J u creator Hum that >f auy paper published ' or toca ate t iu tbo two e.tic?. ' it i? delivered in the cities of N<irL.lk and Boreuuoiith an.i sabirn. lor 10 cout- a week N ?'! ? ?>? r'i't' ???>-? 1 '?*? 'Ke pal I y Te Dollar? per >? if; three Pnliare tor-ix > months. One Dollar mi.l Fifty Cents foi '. tlireo months: aul Fifty Oenti foi one ? ^Advertisements inserted nt the rate of 70 IOsms a S'.t'At a Filial inskhtion; en b subse queut iusertiou 7- i'hsts, or .'. ? Cksts when tss?.> tku rvr.Hi oTiir.a I'av. t.'oiitrao tors are net sllowo l to eiced their spa o E or sd-ertlse other tlinn thoir IOi;i unato , business, except by payiag especially lor the s...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 6 April 1895

Ii UND HUT PORTSMOUTH The Port, City and Suburbs Covered In Concise Terms. _ TO DEDICATE A CHURCH Atlantic Lodp,e Trustee. Will o! Mr. Wills. Naturalized. No Mayor's Court Docket. Electric Rail? road Purchase Satisfac? tory. Personal. hire, Uuwe, ou Court street, is criti? cally ill, Jurues D. English, was naturalized yesterday, There was no docket in tbo Mayor's Court yesterday. 1, Mrs. lshurn, wife of Constable Isbarn, Is critically ill ut her biibbund's resi? dence iu Brighton. ?lodge Watts did not reader his de? cision yesterday in the cook shop case, but will do Co on Monday. Mr. Oharles Owons. who has boen ?0 critically ill at Ins home, in Hootts villc, is now ablo to bo out. Hon. John Qoode delivered his lec? ture Ust night at Trinity P, E, Church to h good sized nudienoe, Beef and veal are selling ror 'JO and So . outs per pound, anil the butchers say that it will reach .10 ceutH. For want of u quorum there no meet? ing ol tliu School liuurd last night, ?uly a tew members we...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 6 April 1895

POTATOES OF PROMISE. ?l?h Prsdsctt nuii Ii Luit Priced Varieties, How to Propisgmto nt Small Cost. Among tlio highly praised as well ns [highly pricod newc* mi rs is Carmnu N\>. 1, Arjotberp.it.-.!?) that is lauded t.i the 6kies just now is Irish Daisy. The orig? inators say that tins is truly u great po? tato, pure white, the tubers round tn oblong In shape and ripening with Ru? ral New Yorker No. *?. Tho Crnig pota? to, uu Ohio production, is boomed ns t-omething way nbovo Iho avorago. A New York grower of potatoes who last year had over 200 varieties on his. grounds is enthusiastic over tho Peerless mm potato sprouts. Junior. The claim is that this Peerless Junior is across betwoou tho Poorless and tbo Bnowfiake, yielding liko tho old Poorloss with tho lino quality of tho Snowflako. Of 2U.-? kinds tried, there was but ouo that ripened as early as tho Peerless Junior, and that, was tho Early Ohio. Tho Great Divido potato, which originated in Iowa, is attract ing attention both ...

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. — 6 April 1895

Ittouey Stark?! Uv Southern Associated I'tnii Sew Vouk, April 5.?Money on enll taay at 2A2! per cent; fcloslltg ?i - \> >t Ct)tit. tr-tet-ling exehauge is lirm, with actual business in bunkers' bills at IS8J for ? i\tv 'lavs nul 4ss . for ?10111 m I. Posted gate*. 489ia49ul. Comm rcial bills,' 487ja,483. Government bond- closed. Orni. TIIKslo? k MUllilT?. l.oslN'l lllOS. American ?'ott.m Oil. 26; Atuerioin Cot? ton Oil. pref, 72.1.3; Anicrioau Sugar Koflu-| rrtcs, lOli; Amern m Sugat Refineries, pref, (81: Auiericau lobucco. t*5); Atuericau lo- | baccc, prer., lo--: Atcliisou, t'opoka nuJ rntita l e. 01 liallimon and Ohio, 57; Cau ?do !'a lili |f)j; i besapeaka and Ohio. 17?; t'hioago and Altou, 117: Ohio igo. Hurling n.ii an.i Quiucy. 78; Chicago Qas Trust, lit; ficlawara and" Laokuwaaua, 159: Distil? lers and Cattle Fcodora, 18? Urie, 9}: Erio. ? rcf.. 20; Otncral Electric, 83.. Illinois Cen? tral, Lake Erie an i Western, 17{; Lako fcrtu ?U.I Western, prof., 741; Lako 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. — 6 April 1895

'?Senator Blackburn of Kentucky. Gives His Views on Bimetallism. AN ADVOCATE OF FREE SILVER. tHo Says the Single Gold Standard Means Bankruptcy and Ruin. An Unbroken Record as a Sup? porter of" the White Metal. To-Canvass Kentucky. I licivo always been and am now nud Blwnys intend to be in favor of tho uu fliinited'coiuago of silver. 1 liuvo boon Snaking this fight as earnestly und per? sistently ns it was possible) to do over since it was demonetized in 1S78 by what'is known ns tho Sherman act. I ?flxdiovo tUiif th>< Bingle gold Btandard aueans inevitable, bankruptcy und ruin Jo this country. 1 insist upon both gold ?and silver being retained hk tho money jDf tho people, ncoording to tho provi? sions of the constitution. 1 have always ?pposed and nlwnvs will' oppose tho singlo stanrlnrd policy that England andVYall street hnvo fastened upon this country for the solo purpose of robbing the mnsses of tho Amerionn people to ^nrioh'tho holders und hoarders of gold. [My r6oord is ...

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. — 7 April 1895

WUCK 2 OEiXTS SEABOARD ?HD SOUTHERN The Case of the Latter Submitted Before the Railway Commission. WANT TO CUT TARIFF RATES (Judge Watts Closes the Argument in ?a Frank Admission of the Seaboard Air-Lino's Motives. To Meet the Boycott of Other Roads. Ilv Southern Associatet Proa*. Washington, April G.?Commission? ers .Morrison, Knapp, Veusey ami Clements, uf the Inter rttnto Commia eion, gave ti hearing this morning to an applioaiiou of tbo Southern Ltailway Company to charge loss lor longer than (or shorter distances for transportation of passengers, iu order to meet tho cut rate established iu pos-onger truilie by the Seaboard Air Line. Lu?lio Ryan appeared for tbe 'Southern Company etui iLegh It. Watts for tho< Air Line. ??. S. Qoodtuan represented the Wich luoutl Chamber of Uummoroe, otm a xjiunbcr of ollicials of both railway companies were in attendance. When tho commission reconvened Air, Anderson was cross-examined by JMr. Ryan. Mr. Anderson said that ho did not know why...

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. — 7 April 1895

The Home Team Goes Down Be? fore the Nationals. NO TEAM WORK YESTERDAY. The Norfolk Boys Can Hit the Balls, But Can't Slop Them Worth a Cent. Interior Work Yesterday. The Men L.-.c k Snap. Games at Other Points. The Norfolk teaui again suffered tie feat at the bauds of the Waabiugtou National League team by a score of Bl to ~ yesterday, 1 his tune the cause of defeat cauuot be laid at Corcoran'fl door, but must be charged to t hird Bueemuu Hoffman, whose lour gaudy, ?Tili edged errors iu the sixth aud seventh innings took ail id the grace, beautv und symmetry out oi a game which, up to that p.out, was a we'll 7ilayod, close and exciting contest. Washington, of course, being a Na? tional League city, would be expected to 'nave a better teaui than any minor league city hi the country, mid the re? sult of yesterday's game is not surpris? ing. Still Norfolk had a fighting chance to win. nnd the luitliful rooter is Sore, or ought to be. when bo sees the local team throw away nil eliatice...

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. — 7 April 1895

r?? I? Eh !??v Eh E? pq i?, i?? t? (22 eoKoeiisocoo?C8ea?89?*03*eoioe8?eo8S?e9eei>t)(5(?9J)u??e??(i8?eso?co?es. Music by United States Naval Post Band===Beautiful Easter Souvenirs Given Away, PEKING" OF THIS MMOTH CLOTH IH business opening yesterday was an eventful time in the history of Merchandising in Norfolk. Such a pouring forth of vast multitudes of people has never known a parallel, and probably has never had its equal in any city. No public event no private event no event of any kind has ever attracted so much interest and attention from the masses in general. All day long our Entire Establishment was PACKED AND JAMMED some came to look from curiosity-some came so buy-but all left with their faces beaming with satisfaction and seemingly well repaid for their visit. TO-MORROW THE HU3 WILL HAVE ITS FORMAL OPENING. Tt will be n time brimful of inspiring, chiiiiiiin?' attractions?an occasion thai will appeal to the cu FROM 8 O'CLOCK UNTIL in L\ M. THERE WILL BE NT0 HELLING OF...

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. — 7 April 1895

esta1imsbktj Is 'ft. rUDLIStlED K.vrilV MOUSING EXCEPT j MONDAY. I VIRGINIAN BUILDING, MAISAND COMMEUCE STREBT3. ] M. OIiESNAN. Owxeb. j Filtered at teopud-cla?! matte:-. THE CIRCCLATIOSOF TUE VIRGINIAN ;? LARGELY, i S EXCESS ->f any oth-> paper publlahi i .:i Eetl ra Virgiuia. its ctrculati ??> i" Norfolk an 1 i'nrtMuo Uli ?f gr<ater ?hall that of any paper published or > Ircniatc I iu flu- two cities. .t it delivered in the ntics of Norfolk ?nU uortemonih nul suburbi for 10 ceuti a week. !* ail snburlptioua, postage paid Five Dollar* per " >r; I'tarea miliare to: -ix months. One l>o!i?r auil Fifty Cents for three months: and Fifty Cents tor one ciont '? Advertttemi u:? inserted at the rate of 75 Csms is uitlin-i jssgnTiox; each eubso qiient insertion " Ckxtn, or ."? i i'isr< %t hv n tssi . 11 i> n'Ui othkr kay, i'oiitrae ?tors are nut ?lio?e;l to e\co<.<l their spa a ,->r advertise other than thoir legitimate bntinras, except by paying especiall...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 7 April 1895

The Bright ami Breezy Happen? ings, Giving Zest and Vigor. AN IMPORTANT COUNCIL CALL Cook Shops Untaxcd. Port Norfolk Progress. Played With a Pistol. Reception to Hie Pastor of Park View. Schoolhouse Contract Let. ! This is Palm Sunday. Mou. John ?ood? wao iu tbe city yesterday. Mr. 1'. 0. A. Virnelsou is quite eick et his home in Pari. View. It was very lively on tbe street last night aud business was Imrly good. Butt's Bond willoluct iho" lust dele flute to the county couveuttou ou the J.'tli inst. I; Mr. W. .1. AndertoO was badly hurt on Friday by his home, who ran away (wiCQ Hl one day. There will bo song services at the Bcottsville Baptist church this after BOOO ut 3:30 o'clock. The Methodist ministers all culled yesterday and paid tlioit respects to Itev. Dr. Carter and bride. 'The suit of Ltivger et uis. vp. the Atlantic and Dauvillo railroad Una been set for this term 0( I In; court. Mr. Martin Mnbonoy bus returned to tbe oity to rcmaiu, lie is employed ut bis father's store...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 7 April 1895

I A Fussy Frilled Petticoat and May be Used for Ordinary Wear. \ NOTED WOMAN OCULIST Dr. Charlotte Ellaby, Opthalmic Sur? geon to the London New Hospital lor Women, Has Won No Small Distinction. Make Over Their Dresses. Tbo fussy frilled, pctiicoak~~kiiowii as tbo ballet skirt is now worn by fasbiou ?bio women under evening and dunce gowns, but nearly reaching the ground. First, thero is n close fitting yoke of muslin, which is cut in four parts and reaches well bolow the average corset nud very mach below the short corset Avom for skirt dancing. On to this yoke is set in full gathers or flat plaits a ?wido skirt of tho muslin, edged with n frill of laoo put ou slightly full. This gkirt readies from the yoke to tbo full depth required, and ovor it nt the B Jiuo auothor skirl is simulated by n deep frill, also edged lace, and put mi that tho bottom edge is half an inch ? .above the edge of the under lace, thus giving an extra fall nud ampin effect. When worn, so Wido is this skirt th...

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

A New York Inventors Fine Idea and Patent. FAME AND FORTUNE HOPED The Calorificd and Vibrant Prehen? sile* of a Sanguine Inventor Will Put Artificial Limbs at a Pre? mium. Electricity the Secret. ?ihero la a gonlus In Now York who (hluks ho Is going to mako bis fortune. JL Is couQdont that both faino and for t nno are In his path and grasp. Tiio two terms tiro used udvlsodly, bocauso his in? dention is that of patent caloriUod and vi? brant ui'tillohil hands mid feet. "You see," saitt the inventor, taking a beautifully uiodolod -and articulated unit of hid, papier mnohonud aluminium from a drawer, "my brother has a^ artificial lintld and forearm, tho teat urlic-o-s having lieen shot oB at Gettysburg. I bappouori to louch this artificial baud of his one day (luring tlmi Ifobruury cold simp, and it. fell so awful freezing and deathlike that II EOUt tho BhtverS all over me. One of those shivers reached my brain. I guess, for tho thought utime to mo In u flash, 'What a failure a thing l...

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. — 7 April 1895

? ' ~ ^ I' Warmer weather expected to-uiorrow. Mr. N. \V. Kausoni, Jr., o( Garys L'iir,', N.C, is iu thu oity, l.ewsrd in offered for a lost dog ad? vertised iu nuother oulutuu. Dr. A. Coke Smith will Bpeak to-day et the Y. M. C. A. at 4 o'clock. Now pavement has beeu put down on Bsuk street, between Maiu uud Free jna?oD. Mr, J. A. Crews, ngent aud travel? ing correspondent Wilmington Messen? ger, is in the city. Dr. S. A. Stec?le, general secretary of the Epworth League, will preach at Oeoteuory Church at 11 a, m. The steamer Alaburaa. of the Hay Line, did not go out last night? She is st Newport News for repairs. The Innerei of Mrs. Maria Q, Rey? nolds TTili tako place to day at 4 o'clock from the Second Presbyterian Church. The Broadus memorial services will ho held at the Frt'eniBfou Street Baptist Church at 3:1.3 thin uftorunoti. The next Pinafore rehearsoA will uot take place until Wednesday, April 11, et 8 p. ni., in the Montefior? parlors. Iutbe suit of Baxter ve? Thomas, sl...

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