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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 14 April 1895

1111 ill Wake Forest Defeated in an Excel? lent Exhibition. THE CLAMS PLAY WITH SNAP Their Work Yesterday Was Highly Ap? preciated. Tho North Carolinians are Good Ball Players, But Were Not in it in Yester? day's Game. It is best to begin this modest roport ol a glorious triumph uitli tho simple announcement tbut Norfolk won tbo game. Things have not come our way for a jouger time than any of um oare to remember, but yesterday afternoon the sunlight of victory gilded tbo Norfolk flag,and tbo lonely "rooter" wcut bouiu to droam of tbe champions tbut are to be. The man wbo was not there must not think that yesterday's game was a gift" simply because our enemy bailed from the iuterior of Cnioliuu, Aa 0 matter of tact, the team the Nor folks fought yesterday afternoon was by long odds oua of tho strongest seun 'profesBional nines in tbe couutry. It ss-aB a Waui made up of tho host mon in 3 '< tershu r g championship nine of ".11. Honneyetttt ami Wynne were tho bat? tery, Ktailurd pla...

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. — 14 April 1895

For weck? past Ibo various choirs of tbis city have bo n prepnriug rutisio appropriate to Easter. Iu former days the time set down in tho calendars of tbo Episcopal and i'.omuu Catholia Churches for the celebration of ibis queen of festivals found the otber reli? gious bodies voiceless uud mute in so far as the snccnil colebratiou of the resurrection was concernod. But uow in ell of tbo churches. uf whatever de notnieatiou, the rolling away of the stouc from tbe roe!; bown tomb ntul the rising from the gruve of .losus Christ is sounded forth in ghul ncclaim with outbursts of harmony. BEAUTIPCIi PLOWKIIS, Flowers deck tbe sacred edifices, tbo lily ami the rose tell of : o resurrec tiou, uud iu every church beautiful nnthetus tell of tbe happiness which lluws from tlic heart ol Immunity over the triumph ol tiio Redeemer over death and the grave. There are those who celebrate lauster wit > much pomp ntui splendor who do not view it us n season of great religious rejoicing. {Society'...

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. — 14 April 1895

MEN'S SUITS. f HE HUB fir bit; bar<aius. Men a brand Business Pack Suits, mail'- irilh particular eare an I b t- nt:ou by our uwn lilgh-o nas dllit .uakers, V' u'll not got a ailougcr value, elsewhere tor ?8, TUB tlL. ll ti price will kurcly autouinb you 4.98 3? HE HUH for big largniui, Man * Biro nnl black Cheviot ults. sack ?tyle, Iba kind ibnt nil i: e-?y mon - refer. :i.a..o mi i llniebed through lut in the bent miitmi'i. anl found ill over Norlolk to- !uj marked tl'it uuothtr eii.moe of TUB ill'L'i underbid Hug m TUB HUB'S price, 6.95 ttn* HOB fui grand bargain. Mcu'e Buporii r SuiU. in i: i ny bealttKill ? olora, innde of black Worded, not tbo (Oiuwou everyday quality, but be bus' Imported (trade, unequalled tu . ui b ami tit; you wotlliiU i hotttate to buy Ih '-n for H8; und vou'll sunp tbatu up at fTlE EUJ'8 little price, " 8.98 ST1E HUD foi Brand barguiu?. Men's Fashionable suits, elegantly made of selected lint ui ?i ora teda and O.ny Diegouals. tuck* or Cutaways: suits...

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. — 14 April 1895

r'-TU'i tsnr.rj is '>6. rtJBLTsilED BVl.BY MOKN1XG EXCEPT MONDAY. V1BQ1N1AN UU1LDINO. MAIN AND ? OMMKUCB aTKBBTS. M. QT.ESNAN, Owssn. luu tci as seooud-clais matter. TT Even in tlio licit:lit of bis fame Napo Icon never dreamed Hint be would one doy be on tbe level with Tr Iby. it b estim ted tbat tbe indemnity exacted by J.qiau < f China amounts to SI a bend upon the whole population of ??Tue Flowery Kingdom." ]t is said that 70,000 persons are biiug "sweated" in 5,000 shops in New York city at this seaou of the year. Wnut will liu their condition during July ami August? The Spuuisu navy might bold no examinstion among its nfUcors as to myopia ninl color blindness, so as to insure a proper discrimination among foreign Bags,says the WnsbingtouStar. There is some doubt as to the tnur riago settlement received by the bus* baud of Miss Annie Gould, Count Co telluue's father says 15,000,000 fraucs, aud George (ionId declares that noth? ing was paid. Now, why don't some? body settl...

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. — 14 April 1895

A Note Book History of Leading Events of the Day. POLICEMEN ON THE LOOKOUT. Two Men Implicated in a Robbery in Gosport. Portsmouth Rifles. Chambers' Fire Company. No Baseball Game Yester? day. Entertainment. There will be live murriu ges this Week. There wob no courts in eesBiou yes? terday . Tho Norfolk County Court will couveufl to morrow. Strawberries retailed for 20 and 25 Cents a quurt yesterday. There was no hall gamo yesterday, oa accouut of the ram Tho truckers say that everything iu the vegetal.:o uud fruit line is looking nice. There will ho a prayer meeting ('en trsl M. 13. Church this utteiuoou at ?j.:!t) o'clock, Mr. Ltidgawell is extremely ill ut his tit his home ou Washington strcot, near Comity, 'Jibe Portsmouth Hille Company will give u military hop nt Armory Hull to-morrow night. A horse uttaehed to a wagon ran away ou Glasgow street yesterday and broke up thin, b generally. Mr. .1. -I. King left for Ualtiuioro nnd Washington Friday night ou u few days' pleasure tr...

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. — 14 April 1895

RED CR03S Clark's Red Cross Electric Eledicin f?eo cross IMPREGNATE A GLASS OF WATER SUFFICIENT FOR MEDICINAL WATER OR OIL. Notice Its ELxtraaor?inary Strength! ! THIS MAKES ONE GALLON OF THIS WATER EQUAL TO FIFTY GALLONS OF ORDINARY MINERAL WATER panne Diseases, 01 mm nohjic. Yield Readily o aork'g Rei cross Electric Maiurai Medicinal water. Female Diseoses 01 All Kinds ore mm cared tu Clark's Red cross Eiecriic Naiuroi ledieinai iisr. one months' medicine for $1.00. Read some of the few Froofs from Norfolk and vicinity aad not 1,000 miles away. Proofs from all over the United States furnished on Application MEDICINAL W ATER OK OIL, Rheumatism Yields In 15 Minutes. Norfolk, V?.. December 21, 1894 Ucd Cross :\.uu> v, ? ?, 1 i liurch street. reir Sir ?I catne sottrti fur my health?a ewe of gcner-l drbil ty?inv system c- .lupletely run down ?jn rvriy rainy day I was a g 11 sufisrer, tl g pa 11 wai agony I seit, caul d trim nnu-niar rbtu n> atlini. I saw y. ur ndveillx n.nt, and ...

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. — 14 April 1895

E PI This Will Eclipse -AJ1 Former Op] h )x*tiinities CL ?t Our New Store, 164- fflain Sreet, egins the Sacrifice Sale of the J Carr Stock of Fine Shoes '**?f?jrs lor Ladies, Men and Children %S*r,\t* best iines ever 1 Mr. Carr did business at No. So Main street, and, as every resident of Norfolk knows, carried one ol tin finest and brought to NorfolK. Every description of Shoe known to the art ol Fine Sho>- Making is among them. 3 Btt" pippBi 91 0 We want to call special attention to the fact that. Mr. Carr was in business less than two years. From this fact you can plainly sec that in this stock there arc onlv the newest styles and designs, lat we have no ?L? OR SHOP WORN OOODS TO OFFER YOU. Men's Tan Shoes in all the different stvle toes. Men's Patent Leather Shoes in all the different stvle toes. Men's Calf Shoe; and that we haw no OLD OR SHOP WORN OOODS TO OFFER YOU, Men's Tan Shoes in all the different style tors. Men's Patent Leather Shoes in .ill the different stvle toes....

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 14 April 1895

Queer Sacks in Which Papooses Are Nursed and Transported. SCENES OF AN INDIAN CAMP.! The Manner of Traveling Among Den ?isons of the Wild West. Honest Racing. Characteristics of the Sport as Practised by the . Indians. When you go through an Indian camp yon can see red and green sacks stand? ing against the sides of the tepees, car? ried on the backs of littlo girls by means of a blanket which is fastened at the waist with a broad leather belt, or be? ing rocked to and fro by the wind in the boughs of cot ton wood trees. Sometimes, if the camp is going on a long journey in search of game or for rwater or to escape n war party, two of these stacks are fastened together by stout straps und swung over the back of a pony, one dangling on each side, like the baskets on a pack mule. But as a rule tho horses are left for the men and boys to ride, 'and the papooses are either carried by the girls or packed away ou a "travolse," winch Is the only wagon the Indians have, and you will think it...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 14 April 1895

;OHN MICOU Btooil with his back i" the fireplace r.rj irj. in the living-room, Ursi SiTjr-" on one lout then on the v other, toasting tii<: soles ot his heavy l'oots. 11? - liml just come In from hla work of repairing tlio broken places in tho worm fences on the little blue grass farm which he had in? herited, und on which stund tin- log house in whioh lie had made his first appearance on earth llfty-odd years be? fore. Near by, that is to say, within a mile ?>r ho from Chinquapin hill, stood the undent village of Porloy, whom spires iitul other highest objects could be seen, In almost nny kind <d weather, from the altitude of the farmhouse. ?lucqiu-s and Louise Micon, the foun? ders of the American Micou family, bad Jong ago gone to the last res! and their childrenwcrp out in the world, pros? perous people, heads of families who Mill spake of I 'hiuquapin hill as "horuc,M und who with their children frequently came to the old place for Hummcrings, a few at u time, or ninny...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 14 April 1895

CIAL SALE ANNOUNCEMENT! Dm Buyer Has Just Returnafl from the Nonn, wnere tie secured the Finest Lot of Bargains ever offered in tue city. To name and illustrare ttiem all would reguire too muGf. space, and therefore we can only snow uou a few Dy way of proof. IT s shown Lb cut, or with SQUARE BEVEL GLASS, 24x30 inches, for Same Suit Sold Two Years Ago for $35.00. Oak: 24x30 Inch SOLID OAK SUIT. QUARTERED OAK TABLE. A large concern in Philadelphia made quite a sale of this table for $2.50. We have just received a large assortment of REFRIGERATORS, which cannot be surpassed in finish and style, and aa for the price we will prove we can SAVE YOU MONEY. 100 ROLLS OF ASSORTED MATTING WILL ARRIVE ON WEDNESDAY'S STEAMER? This la:;"* 'ot of Matting was bought at a Great Sacrifice. J UST THINK ! \Yc can sell you a Nice Fancy Matting for 12c. In this grade we have a very large variety of patterns to select from. Our stock ot Was never larger and we feel confident, if favored with a call, we c...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 14 April 1895

M UfcAL IN HtANUI attl'l I LC. She Trailing Venture, of n Youthful Meni bi-r of the Gratebar Family. When they put tho price of peanut brittle down to 12 cunts a pound in tlio |big Btoros, Mautlo Grntebar, tho oldest of thn Qratobnr children, had mi idea. I'uanut brittlo costs20 cents a pound in ?ho grocery stores und confectionery stores up around whom the Gratubars ?Jive. Maudo'fl idea was to take Bomo of Jior money?sbo is thrifty and always lias a little money?and buy peanut brit <lo at one of tlio big stores at 12 oouts mid job it out to the children at 20. Fho thought that site could rely on tlio irado of the Grntebar household, ? ro flio was well known, and tho 1 snowed that her coufidouco was - mis? placed. Maude bought three pounds of pea? nut brittle at l?couts a pound, SOconts; amir fare added, 10 cents; total invest jnont, 4fJ cents. Sold at, 20 cents a ?pound this would manifestly bring in .60 cents, so that .Maude expeotod t? > jnako 14 cents on thodoal. Trndobpou...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 14 April 1895

WE H WE HAVE The Lar Tlie Most Varied Stock, The Finest OF rgans, Elte, in the State. ?IAN0S, NEW UPRIGHT. FROM $165 TO $500. THE $165 STYLES SELL AT OTHER PLACES ORGANS, $50. SELLS EVERYWHERE FROM $85 TO $1 edroom Suits of Ten $250 TO $300. SIDEBOARDS FROM SiO 13 Sift PARLOR SUITS, $18 TO $258; UCE CURTAINS, U. TO $30 PER NHL From the above you will sec thai persons in all circumstances can be suited. Of course we have mentioned only a few articles. We have a Full Line of Hanging in price from $5 to $40, and the finest line of REFRIGERATORS we have ever carried. To know what we have, and to be fully convinced that we carry the finest line of goods for tie least money, you will have to come and see us. "W S3 _A OPLB IL^IL^ Main

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 14 April 1895

Tin- r.lrls of Today. That tho American ;:irl is making rapid strides in tlio direction of a higher .degree of physical perfection is shown .by the work going on in tho gymnasi? ums of schools and colleges devoted to her education and in 111?? outside clubs organized for athletic purposes. Every j"onn of athletio culture is now enthusi? astically practiced by young women. They aro riding with tho hounds, they nro on tho tonn is .?(?nits, they are fenc? ing aud bowling, they are tiding horse? back and bioyoles, they are rowing boatd nnd sailing yachts, and they are the nd miring patrons of dog kennels and horso xXr/irs. Tbey have not invaded the prize Ting because they aro not brutes. Very few of tbom have organized with ball clubs or football teams, for thcro is a jioint where womanly dignity must stop, though one of the leading agitators for Jeuiale physical culture in Kuglaud is a r.ealons advocate of football us u lady? like accomplishment. J In all this thcro is great hopu for t...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 14 April 1895

Ill Derlinors Love to Indulge in Terp sichcrean Dissipations. THIS VEAR'S BALL SEASON. Actors and Actresses Ridicule the Prussian Bureaucrats in a Clever Way. A Bit of Tyrol in Ber? lin. A Swell Aflair. The Alpine Club Hall. [Special-Berlin (Germany) Letter.] fierlin isn't Paris, and thero never r ivas any Jardiu Mabille nor any Olos ierle des Lilas there, but in point of (dancing. I think, the Herman capita! (beats the French. Thin year's ball sea .pon especially, short though it was. (brought an immense number of korpsiehorean dissipations, and among .'them there were :i few that deserve gome mention. There is an aucient law on-thc statute ?boohs in Prussia, dating from the time ;Avhon actors and opera singers were dstrolling about the country and. by jfiint of "one-night stands," eking out ?flrMUJtCl TO AL.PINE CLUB IIA I.I.. ?miserable and precarious livolihood. ^Thls law classifies stage folk with do , jinestlc servants, with the "Gesinde," ? ?nd even vouchsnies to their boss, ...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 14 April 1895

RUSSIANS AWtDBYTHETSflR His Wonderful Personality and Power Over His People, THE EMPEROR NICHOLAS I. Etories of" His Fearless Gaze. Tl>e, Leader of Certain Rioters De? terred From His Purpose to Kill the Emperor by One Terrible Glance. I Emperor Nicholas I., great-grand? father of the. present young tsur, in? spired the Russians with awe at the ?rery beginning of bis reign, says the jYotith's Companion. His oldest brother, Alexander I., was childless und the ticst heir to tho throno was Constan fine, the second brother, Nicholas, bu? ll)"; third. Ilut Alexander made Nicholas his Iieir by an edic, Constantino recognis? ing his own incapacity to becotno em jieror. Nevertheless, when Alexander ili?>l, there was u conspiracy to putCon? stantino on the throne, and an immense rrowd gathered before the equestrian tjtatua of rVler thrj Grout- in the great f.qua.re of St. Petersburg, to support f.hrco regiments of troops who bud rdedgod themselves to carry out the sjlut. '. Nicholas or...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 14 April 1895

I WHITE INDIA LINEN (Eight Thousand Yards of Them in One to Five Yard Lengths, Worth Regularly L5c, 20c. and 25c.?Beginning TO-MORROW to be on Sale Here in Four? Lots. 8c, 10c, 12ic. and lie. a yard?There is a Saving of One-Third to One-Halt in These?There will be a Rush When the Doors Open MONDAY?Buyers Who Want Dress Lengths Can Get Duplicate Pieces. TtEFT AISLE. SPECIAL IN HOSE?2" We thought wo had said bo ofton and so loud that tlio so Apron Cheok Ginghams woro radnoed to Go, that everybody know it. Vvsrv litt lo while somebody wuuts to pay (to, though because "they ure So evorywbero." No uiattor. Madnoi, wbut thoy uro elsewhere, liiey are Co bero. /Extra Heavy Hnok Towels, 14x2?, '20c. Now ones, these. 'Hemmed Huck Towols, 19x35, 12}c. '{Fringed thick Towels, 2'2x.i2, 12,o, Another ease of the Grunt Damask Knotted Vringo Towols. Nothing like tbom that wo liavo over seen at the price, 25e each. Size, 23x52. ?Full Bleached Turkish Bath lowols, very heavy, assortment, sizes 23x52,...

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. — 16 April 1895

Ciiina and Japan Have Readies an Agreement. TREATY SI6NED YESTEBDHY. ?tlx inpnani Articles Granted By Li Hung Gtiarfg. mi INDEPENDENCE OF COBEd GRBHTED. Japan Gets $100,000,000, Retains Formosa, All Conquered Places and the Territory East of the LiaO River An Offensive and Defensive Alliance Between the Countries London, April 15.?The Times cor? respondent iu Shanghai soys: "Li Jlung Chang'b son-in-law telegraphs that the treaty of peuoe was signed in (Sbimonseki to day, April 15th, and that the terms are: First?The independence of Coro?. Second?Japan's retention ol tho conquered places. Third?Japan's roteution of terri? tory east of tho Liao river. l'ourth?Permanent cession of For? mosa, Fifth?Indemnity of 8100,000,000. Hnth An offensive uud defensive ellianoo between China and Japan." TERSE TELEGRAMS. The Newsiest Flash News in Abbrevi? ated Form. Raleigh, N. C, 10.?The game was interesting and euapoy from beginning to Uuisk between United of North Carolina and Lobigu to-day. Scor...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 16 April 1895

Will be an Attractive Resort Tins Summer. CARS MAKE REGULAR TRIPS Work Progressing Rapidly. Beautiful Drives and Pretty Trees. The Picnicers Were There Yester? day. About One Hundred Children. A Ga'a Day. In A vcy few months Norfolk will have one of tho most debgbtlul aud beaut[inl parks in the Stale. A repr?sentative of The Viuoixian yesterday mounted a oyeie und wheeled out to tue pork, via tue (Jburob street route, making the trip in u trot m lif teou minute. Tho atr was a little ftift' aud the streets in 11 uniersville t at her muddy, but beyond Huntersvillo lie struck a Dew shell road and had an easy run. After reaching the purk there was no mud of consequence, owing to the EXCEJiUBNT SYSTEM or DRAINAGE, and tho wheelmen of Norfolk will tind the drives of this resort most delight ful ground for testiug speed or a quiet run. Chairman Rortttu, of the Park Coin mittee, who has cbnrge of tho improve incuts, is pushing ahead with energy, and deserve* much credit tor the larg? amount...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 16 April 1895

WAN'I'Blh \tTANTBn?'??da Fountain ilerk.nl? morning; ?V sbipplu i nad Urocrry Clerks, Collector, inuu end wrc ou luuiiry ilace, Store |iortcre, tlx-. Cork*, Eogini ra and I iremen. at 100 MuiD ?: i eet. tail early, 2 Saloiladhs. 2 copy I t(hrk>. *>eplti-lv? YT ANTED? A lad* w Iii faperit n ??> In canvassing M can ? cure :i situation at cou.i i u\ ? y nddrota Ing EXl ELSIOH, 1?. O. Ilex, 133, Noil..Ik, Va. _ -<|il6-St_ TITANIED A got >a'e<man ?<> travel for a M B|ie ia'i> due anil canvtns <.iv or couutiy *r.da In Noilli Cirollna. A resident of Iba' stai? er liar f ?iili previous ?x r..n.o hi tha 8 i pioi. ir J. Reference tequtrcd. At.Id.N . a gtulun H i" v. spitl '.'I* \VAN"Trl>?At nocr-. to dispose of a merchant ?t tailor blllluesa no town, rent Is low and place hss been succe.smll* run for the put twelve f a 11 by oi <? party. A *i lend Id line of pi", e g.la ..it band to sttti the trade iieeds mil be sold * i np 1 i |ob Iota if it la nol sold as...

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. — 16 April 1895

KSTAttUsnKn )~*jb. rTJLLISHED EVF.ttV "OUSIKU RXOBPX ? ONDAY. ' VIRGINIAN BOHiDINO. HAIN AND COMMEUCB STREETS, j M. GLBNiUN. Owsc?. i l-;utt-re : M seoon?-cl?M tusttor. ""it inay iutoreot John Bull to know thai the United Slates hovo 13,000.090 ! xncn availablo (or military iluty. Of Woit!'. tbo famous French milli xjer it is iou* that, l'.io;ign be person- I ally tilted all bis patrons, "tho woman is not living to r,houi he- ever paid a compliment." The Philadelphia Press, in speaking of tbo income tax hi its relations to rents and realty, says: What is u reut What is realty? lu mixed property, both real and personal, whto'j is real aud which is persona.' No two States iu the L'uion answer these questions alike. In n valedictory published iu Sun? day's Pilot Mr. Sum W, Small an? nounces his retirement us managing editor for that journal, lie osbigus his ? reasons ior this Btop us entirely private j ana apart from public curiosity. Ho i alco states hi* reuunoiatiou oi all per? sonal...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
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