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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 9 April 1895

YOL. XLVU1L?NO. Iia_ NORFOLK, VA.. TUKSDAV, AVlVlL 9, L8i>.\ ,>,>,(~V] 2 CENTS New England's Investigating Com? mittee's Work Well Done. POSTED ABOUT EVERYTHING. As Business Men They are Slow to Discuss Results, but arc Decidedly Impressed will? Southern Ad? vantages and the Class of Mill Labor. Bv Pouthoru Associate I Pro?. RaleiQU, N. O., April 8.?Tho New EuKlsnd party of mill-owners reached lluleigh ou a special train Suudny night. Mr. Ashley, president ul the Chamber of Commerce, had gonedowu on the Kuleigb and Augusta truiu to xuoct tbutu at Appi Forum and welcome them iuto our city, J ho party is composed of the tnoi-t prominent mili owuers iu Massachusetts, 0110 of whom owns 83,000,000 stock iu .New Kugloud cottou mills, A numliur of prumiueut oitizena culled to seu them iu tho spe? cial tratu. Pr?sident lin?'iuuu, of thu tSeaboard Air-Lino, and Mr, D, A. S'ompuins, of Charlotte, accompanied them. Thu Eastern manufacturers duriug tho day OOUVeried about tbu huudsome ...

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. — 9 April 1895

the' Telephone Question Under Consideration. NEW SCHOOLHOUSE PROPOSED The City Fathers Held an Adjourned Meeting Last Night and Disposed I of Business Left Over From Last Tuesday. Several Mat of Importance Referred. The adjourned meeting of tho Com sou CoiiDcil was held last night with the president, Captain Boper, in tho chair and the following members pres? ent: Moore, Walker, Collins, Arps, Suellhor.se. White, Horum, Herman, Lee, Bennau, Heath, llyslup. Mo JVlauus, Brickhouse. The reeignation of Mr. H. 15. Webb as a member ol tho Board of Health woe received and accepted. Tho statement ol tho Cily Auditor was submitted and properly referred. A resolution to use tho old alms house for ou industrial home was tabled. Petitions ot the proprietors of tho Atlantic ohd St. .lames Hotald to bo allowed to keep their bars in tlit? places where now located were referred to Ordinance Commit tee for report. Letter from Mayor Pettit, received at a previous ineeiiui;, m regard to in? creasing t...

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. — 9 April 1895

Every Joint in His Body Racked By Rheumatism. Could Not Move His Arm and Was in Co.-istant Pain. A True Story of a Remarkable Cure. 5 "Wiu. V. Maisr. 18 Purk Plaee. /ancsvillo. I Qhio, says "About a your >',:<> 1 bad lu ! ?, ut; work ou account of rueuiuatiam. I bul tbo him k-(i iu my hips, back und arms, m fact, iu ovcry joint in my body. The pain van lutsuse, ami I auii t? 11' i tho must ox erneut n : Hfjuuv. My u tor i j il.l not <lo anything tor me, and 1 trie l ovory remedy ? .it OOUhl be suggested unuii of the? did tut* any von 1. mi i um 11y my joiutu boeatue stltlonc.l mid noro. At 'times 1 I uuld uot taiovo my right arm, ami wan iu cou taut Jutn. l" procured a t ottle of aluuyon's ihouiuatisu: Cime, ami within a short "hilo ?ras com| Intel. CUrOll. 1 hiu (reo from BtitV. tto-a ami p* u. unit van cheerfully re om anen i Muuyou a heti o.ly us the best 1 have ever known." I Muuy?n's Ituenmati in Cure nets almost ?n-tautuueo inly, iiliii? many obstinate c.i ? :? in ...

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. — 9 April 1895

ESTABLISHED lSt'-5. tUBLISnED EVKBV m?un1nq EXCEPT MONDAY. y1hg1nun BUlLDtN? t. MAIN ASU COMEE1K ? ? STREETS. m. OliESSAK, Owxkiu tntere.i as icooud-clasa matter. 'lav. Viroisus is indtbted to Senator Eppa Huutou for very valuable public document*, It Las boeu reckoned that since 1SG0 $200,000,000 o( American money Las gone to foreign lands by reason of American girls marrying foreign titles. Senator Frye says that Hood wroto the McKinley bill, and tlie Now York Tribune says that it was written by Hariisou aud lilaine. if tb:s thing goes on this question will bo as difficult to decide as "who atttok Uilly Patterson." The latest comprehensive work on onr ourrenoy is "The People's Money," by William L. Trenholui, lato Comp troller of the currency, In its oloar state |r ment it is peculiarly fitted for popular instrnotion. How marked is its excel ? lence in theBe regards may bo suggested by noting that the Keforru Club's e Sound Cnrreuoy Coiumitteo has just I pablished an abstract of t...

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. — 9 April 1895

Tlio Bright and Breezy Happen? ings, Giving Zest and Vigor. NEW ENGL?NDERS PLEASED. Royal Arcanum Appointments. Base? ball This Afternoon. A Sum Rais? ed for Mr. Lee. Contract for Lighting the City. City Council To-night. P.ev. P. A. Gains left lust night tor lialtimore. Rend the surprise of Levy & Jucohs lu another column. The City Council will hold au ad |ourned meet inn to-night. the UityCoun.il will elect three members ol the School Board to-night. Religious services will be held euch day this week in the Catholic uud Episcopal Churches. Admiral Brown und son returned from Indianapolis, lud,, Sunday, Mrs. Brown remained behind. The Board ol Supervisors of Norfolk conuty will hold their regular monthly meeting to-day at 1 p. in. The Boston League team is stopping ol Hotel Portsmouth und took in the oavy-yard, etc., yesterday, Don't lorget the side ?f Purk View Jots ut Oxford ?al) Thursdny night. This in n chance of a life lime. Read the ndvertiseincut ol two can? vassers waut...

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. — 9 April 1895

Reading Factory Girls for Whom They Have Secured Husbands, JUST AN END EXPOSED. The Foreman of a Hat Factory Tells the Queer Method of Gotting Hus? bands. Answers to the Notes Received From AI! Quar? ters ot the United States. As in all other mnnnfnctnring towns, the factory girls of Heading, Pa., have lots of fun inserting little notes in pack? ages or articles they inauofnoturo nun send out to all parts of tho world. Tho best fun of this kind is enjoyed by tho girls who work in factories turning out articles used exclusively by men. donee lint factory girls receive possibly tho largest mail. "I have known at least n dozen girls ^?ho became the wives of men who found their little notes in tho hats they bought," said the forewoman of u hat factory. "Several girls' have then si ters at work at homo making copies < f tho following note: " '1 hope yon will ho well pleased with this hat 1 have tried to line and trim it.satisfactorily. If you bnva n few min? utes' timo to spare, anil ...

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. — 9 April 1895

COMMERCUL REPORT. EKOUCV Marktet IlT Southern Associated l'roi>. Wrw Yomt. April s.?Money on call easy at 'JaJ- pot tent; .'closing nl'2 per OOUt. sterling exchauge is llrm, with actual fcusiuess in bankers' hills at iss' for *i\tv days and 489j for demand, rosto.l ?iites. 48ii)al'.D?. Comm >rcial bills, iSTinliS. Government bonds closed nrm, TUB STOCK Mtlii.it?,'i.osixo Btiw. Auierlcau Cottuu Oil, 35: Amuno >u Cot Ion Oil,Jpref.71?u72>; Amcrioan Sugar Itelin ??ries, iui |: Ann neun Sugar lioOnoi ics, prof, ist: Antericau 't obacco, 116: American To eaeee, prof., in-; Atchisou, Topoka and Uauta te, t;;. Oaltimoro and Ohio, fluj Can? ada I'aeitte. 39]; Chesapeake I1U 1 OIllO. 17;; Chicago und Alton, 11 li: Ohio no. Uurliug ton aud Quincy. 73; Chicago Oaa Trust, 71}; 11. la mi re ..ni Lackuwauua, I >?<;. I >?~ t i i - lers and Cattle Foedars. 141: lirio. 9J: Erie, jref. 20; Qeueral Klectric. 33) Illinois Co it tral, 871; Lako Krie and Western, I7){ Lako Erie aud W...

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. — 9 April 1895

lYnfl Enlightened Nations Will Event? ually Abandon Both. CUBAN SUGAR PLANTERS. Governments Will Tire of Taxing Themselves to Cheapen Pro? ducts for Other People's Ben? efit. Where Commodities Will be Produced. It has been stated within tho last dav? or two that tiiu Cuban sugar planters wero ill a very bad way. According to the statements, they have beon getting only l>j cents per pound for their prod? uct of late, nt which price they lose money, and accordingly great numbers of them aro suspending operations. Bo that as it may, it is truu enough that the prices of raw sugar havo been much depressed. Tho average prico of law sugar imported during tho liscal years and ISfc-l was close to U cents por pound, while tho average price of rawcano sugar imported last November was only about 2"^ cents pur pouud, and there lias beon o further doclino sinco November. Ono causo of tho decline is to bo found in tho business depression which has for somo years prevailed almost ev? ery whore, ...

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. — 10 April 1895

P1UC.K 2 CENTS GOOD SHIP NEWPORT NEWS Launched Yesterday Amid a Great Concourse of People, THE CHRISTENING AT 9:35. The Delightful Lunch Given on Board the Steamer Norfolk of the Same Line. Toasts and Good Cheer. Distinguished Visitors. Di? mensions of the Craft. gpeoial Diapatoh to the Virginian. Newport News, April 9.- Itauemcd by a special dispensation by Provi? dence that to-day dawued to gloriously sifter the darkness aud kIooiu of yes? terday, lor tho launching of tho New fiort Nowh for tlio Norfolk uud Wash? es ton Lino marked the greatest event of the kiuil that has ever transpired hero. Ity !? :,'li 1 o'clock nearly 10,000 |ieoplc had assembled at tho yard of the Newport Newa Shipbuilding auti i>rydock t ompauy, and the spirits uud enthusiasm ol tho crowd was thor oughly iu keeping with tho perfect success of tho whole affair. Ou tho wator, surrounding tho uew eteamur, stood thu Norfolk, of tho company's lino, winch had brought thu vrotuiucut visitors dowu from Wash? ing...

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. — 10 April 1895

The Home Team Getting a Move on Them. THE BOYS SHOW IMPROVEMENT Scliey and Herr Did Fine Work in tlie Box. The Grounds Were Heavy, Nevertheless Errors Were Few, Another Good Game Ex? pected To-Day. Notwithstanding tho rainy weather, ' muddy diamond and threatening clouds, the K?me between tho Hostous. ex chatupious, and thu Norfolk team canto off on schedule time with about COO ot tbe fuithfnl rooters iu alien.i ance. Althongh tho grounds wore in the worse possible condition for a scientific exhibition of tho National game, those who were present saw ono of the best games that tho Norfolk team bus yet put up, aud u good many of tho dis? gruntled faces have already taken back a number of the ugly tbiugs they havo said about tho aggregation of bull play? ers who will uphold tho 'ortituos of Norfolk iu the couiiug Stoto League eonteat. Herr was iu the box for the home team aud for four iuuiuga bold the ??Beau caters" dowu to en scattering bits: which netted them only ono run, but in 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. — 10 April 1895

KNOWLEDGE IMrtfs comfort and improvement find lends to personal enjoyment when rightly used. The many, who live bet? ter than others and enjoy life more, with less expenditure, by more promptly adapting the world's best products to Che needs of physical being, will attest the value to health of the pure liquid laxative principles embraced in tho remedy, Syrup of Figs. Its excellence is due to il^ presenting In the form most acceptable and pleas rau to the tastr, tho refreshing and truly beneficial properties of a perfect lax? ative; effectually cleansing tho system, dispelling colds, headaches and levers end permanently curing constipation. It has given satisfaction to millions and met with tho approval of the medical profession, because it acts on the Kid? neys, Liver and Bowels without weak? ening thrin ami it is perfectly free from every objectionable BUbstattcc. Syrup of Figs is for sale by all drug? gists in 50c and$l bottles, but it is man? ufactured by the California Fig Syru...

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. — 10 April 1895

KSrABUSUKO 1S.'5. TDDLlSllEU EVEBY M.ORN1KG. K\OU?T MONDAY. \ UtOINt&N BUILDING. MAIN AND COMJIEUCJS STllttBT?. M OLEKNAN, Owsi r. Entere i as second-class matter. "~To prevent wrinkles, tho ledies of the Court of Catherine tie Medici wore ' a forehead cloth tightly houud ou their beads, A dispatch tent out from WatJiingtou on Saturday night stated that England bad declined to arbitrato tho Voue/ito l?n difficulty. In Berlin, Wia., Ufteon women tried to vote at the recent municipal eleoti in, but wero headed off by the Board of Elections, whom they now propose to sue. The Virginian acknowledges tlio ro csipt of sevornl numbers of tho Journal of the United Slates Artillory, put) liehed by authority of tho stall of the Artillery School, Fort Monroe, em? bracing whole Nos. 8, 12 aud 11, ?Inly, 1893; July, 1894, and July 189?, issued from the press of tho School. They are exceedingly interesting publica? tions, The Washington papers are still claiming tuat Alexander Island really l&...

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. — 10 April 1895

Pl?lJAMCItS OF PORTSfAOUTHj The Bright and Breezy Happen- i ings, Giving Zest and Vigor. ARRESTED FOR STEALING. ! Ba'nl ot Chicken Thieves. Funeral Mrs. Parker. Court Street Bap? tist Church Meetings. Dam? age on Seaboard Air Line. Balled for ?300. The entortaiuiuent at tho Court Hired Presbyterian Church ItiBt night WaH well attended. rt in probable that Rev, J, W. Lee will reiuain over until Friday and hold cervices Thursday u ght. Chicken thieves raided Mr. Lnm Matthew?' beubonso at Whitehead'e term on Monday night. '1 luro will bo a meeting of tho stock* bold era of the cotton fautory tonight r.t the City Hall at s o'clock. Isaac Williams, colored, uas arrested |?y Constable Isbum yesterday for et'ealing guano from Mr. Wyatt, of tho county. The funeral ol Mrs, Mary J. Par tier will take place this morning at in o'clock, from St. 1'uuI'b Catholic Church. 'J ho meeting at the Court Street Jlapti*t Church is. grown g in inter od. There were several oonveraiona Just night. The case ...

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. — 10 April 1895

Suggestions for the Democratic Presidential Nominee. THE RIGHT THING TO DO. The Washington Post Thinks the South Has Bjen Too Long Neg? lected by tho National Demo? cratic Party. Senator Hill Indorses the Nomination. Why should not the Democrats nomi? nate a southern man next year? Why wouldn't that be the right thing to do? tho courageous, tho consistent, tho equi? table thing? Why, indeed? Thirty year* have passed since the crlcse of tho war between tho Rtatce. in that time nearly all tlu< men who brouyht on that molaiioholy ooufliot or took arrive part ill it huvo disnpponrod. Of tho few who still survive mid who oooupy public or conspicuous position itmnybe truly said thai theyaroas good citizens?as loyal, us patriotic, as truly devoted to tho re-established union?as any of their follow countrymen. They harvo served in tho cabinet nttd 5n congreiss, they have held high place ,in moments of emergency, und at no ?time or under any circumstances have they proved delinquent in an...

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. — 10 April 1895

COMMERCIAL BEPORT. iHoitov Slurttel 11t Southern A-nocmtp I I'res*. T.v.w Yoiik, April '.'. ? Money on call faBy lit 2a21 pat cunt, closing it 2} per cunt, a-teiliug exchange in inactive, with actual ttusiuee? hi bunkers' bills at 483ta433 ;dr ?Ixtv days au I 4-v} 18!) for iloniautl. I'osto I rates, -'tij uii'i?. Comtn rcial bills, 4S7ta4S8. tloverumout bund- dost il steady, TUK STOCK MAUKKT?XOSIXil UIDS. Atnerlcau Cotton Oil, 35{; American cot |on oil. nref, 7i: liuericnu Sugar ltoftu erics, 1021; American mi^k: Itoilnerios, prof, t8i:-American iobaeco, 06|:, Auiericati lo liaeco, prof., itu; Atenlsou, I'oyeka aui rfauta ho, 61 Ualtimoru and Ohio, 6?i: Can? ada Ta, Iflo. oil'.. Ohl s;,pi;uUO uu I Ohio. 17*; Chioago and Altou, 117; Ohioigo. hurling lou and Quincy, 711; Chicago Uas Trust, 71 j Sudan me and Lstcknwauiia, l?S'.: Distil? lers aud Cattle I coders. 11' .Krio. 0|: trio, pref.. 20; General Eloctrie. HHJ: Illinois < ou it.i.-- Lake Krio and Western, 171; Lake Erie anil We...

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. — 10 April 1895

Cloneen, Ireland, the Scone of an Awful Tragedy. CRUELTY AND SUPERSTITION. fArs. Cleary Said to be Bewitched Called on lo Answer Thrice in the- Name of God. Failing, Was Set on Firo by Her Husband. A story of crnolty nud superstition, Culminating in tho murder of a woman by her relatives, who thought her be? witched, comes front Ireland tbrongh tho London Daily News. Tho yonug woman's name was Bridget Cleary, and she lived with her husband at Cloneen, lie-ar Clouinel, County Tipperary. Ton persons woro arrested, nine of -whom wero charged jointly and several? ly with committing tbu murder. These were Michael Cleary. tho husband; Pat? rick Doland, her father; Patrick Ken? nedy, James Kennedy, Miohaol Kcn tindy and William Kennedy, cousins; Alary Kennedy, an aunt; .lohn Dunne end William Ahcnrno, neighbors. Dennis Uancy, an' herb doctor, was charged with being au accessory boforo .the fact. William Simpson and Johnnna JBurke, both .of whom lived near tho ?Clearys," were tho priaoipal ...

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. — 11 April 1895

^ VOL. XL Villi?NO. 120._ NORFOLK^ V?., THipSDAY, APRIL 11, 1895. PRION 2 CENTS HEAVY Mil DISASTERS. Clyde Line Steamer Sunk Off Cape Lookout. CREW AND PASSENGERS SAFE. The Merritt Wrecking Company Asked lo Send a Vessel to Her Assist* Mice. Forward Hold Filled With Water. She is a 1,600 Ton Vessel. .The steamship Crontan, of the Clyde Jjiue, Captaiu Uuusoti, bound from Hew York to Wilmiugton, N, C, with u geueral cargo aud a largo passenger lint, epruug alcuk Tuesday moruiug etmhit 4 o'clock olV Cape Lookout. There was much excitement aboard, eud os the forward hold tilled rapidly with water the captaiu rau her usboro aud asked for nssistaneo. The pusseugora weru taken oft' at Jieauforl aud sent by rail to Wiluiiug tou. Capt. Ilauson wired tho ship ownera who requested tho Merritl Wrecking Company of Norfolk to seud a vesaol to her relict, Iho Morritts reported that they had uo fLiij? that could be out in lervice at ouce. It was learned last night tliut no usMstauce could be had th...

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. — 11 April 1895

I MUM BADLY ' The. Orioles the Cleanest Players Ever in Norfolk. I NORFOLK BOYS DID WELL Some Beautiful Playing by Clams,Who Wore at Mercy of National Pen? nant Winners, and Took Their Medicine Like Little Tin Soldiers. The "Clams" struck a snag in thn peouast winners yesterday, und left tue gsme losers by a score of l? to 1, but the "fans" saw lots of swift ball aid wire satisfied with the perform? ance of the Norfolk buys who hope to wiu the League p< nuiint this season, The largest atteudauco of the seusou filled the grand stand and bleachers, eud yelled themselves hoarse wheu in tbe tirst iuuing Corcoran hit u splendid two bagger uud O'llagau followed with alike hit, briugitie "i.'orky" home. Kissinger, of the Orioles, had a good | arm,but tbe old beads among the (I .ums ' were ou to his curves, uud Norfolk's last year's pitcher nllowed thcni to get sis hits. "Kiss' evened up tbe bits, however, by striking out six playors, aud put up a great game at tho bat as well us in the ...

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. — 11 April 1895

Chronic Diarrhoea Is cured by the use of our Pills, specially prepared und sold in yellow wrappers, alake sure of this. If they don't, write us fully, and we'll send a special pill that Will, at the same price. This is come trouble, but Dr. Dcanc's Dyspepsia Pills trc prepared lo cure. Yellow wrappers when owelfl are loose, while when coti?tfpalc*l? > Cf ?.cut? tit dttiCffl*1**? 5*nd t-> us fur ? lire sample. JjK. J. a. deanr co., Kingston,. New York. xv a vjti-:i?. 1\'anti:t> Tho pnldi? !?? know thai telegraph \\ aad Telephone line* will Ii? built or repaired lijr the iiudcralghi'*. ah Instrumenta mrulshtd. infbrutal Ion relative to the work ?lieerfully given. /Jill? J. 11, i.t Y. Inn ir. g --ml ??!!., Va. arl l-:.t WAN I*" I>? Vn anla'atil cutler nid 11 an er. n I W three Or>t- Ian coal uiako-a, ?Lvtin: ti. XORTIIERN A CO., tailors ami clothier*, apll-ai? i\rAM'i:ti len .a rani ,h - ?l,ii-. ii.. il \? nlaeea now ready. TlIK La HI "8" EX CHAXOE, 10 Uila street. apii-...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 11 April 1895

RSTAM.ISBKn IS.i?. rtJCLISUED EYEBX MOUSING EXCEPT MONDAY. MH?lSlAN 1U-I!.?;.N I. HAIN AM? COMMERCE STREETS. M QLKNN AN. OWNKP. Enteret as scoqu I-i Iiks matter. 5 lf Japan carries out bor uitcutiou to civilize Clnua by forciug her to opou ner commerce, the whole world will ," glisten joyously with tho ucw "light of ' Asia." fjjjlIt is FBid that the authorities at Washington have declared that citizens of the United Stales may legally sell war t'.niniuuitiou tu tho Cttbau "insur? gents." The newB comes up from Florida that in that State a few evening* ago, during a bsttlo with a mosquito, a lady aOstaiucd the severe iojurius of a bro? ken leg ami a dislocated ankle. '1 bo jojurics sustained by tho mosquito aro not chronicled, though it is to bo boped that the savage was badly pun isbed before be escaped to make bis way back to New Jersey. Tbl? is hard on Florida.luit thestory comes straight . from the Savannah News. ?IIIK. III AIIIOI \ Mlltl.l. t|A\. Virginia mourns the death of OX-...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
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