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

PORTSMOUTH NEWS PORTSMOUTH SHORT ITEMS The Doings of Minor Importance Worth Jotting Down, TWELVE MONTHS IN JAIL. Anniversary ot Odd Fellowship. Basc ballists Go to Richmond. Ward Meetings and the Primary. The Prodigal Son. Song Service at Scotlsville. Low Suu.lnv. Look for Hofheirnor's advertieoaiout, It will pav von. There will he a marriage for nearly every day this week. Workmen will commence on Monday to tear dowu the old jail. 'lo morrow will be tue last day for registration before the election. '1 here was a big row among tno col? ored population on OoJwiu street Fri? day nicht. Kev. Ueo. H. Hay, ?. L.,wi!l proaoL at Monumental Chureh this morning at 11 o'clock. L>r. A. B, Owen will preach the Sourth and last series on the "1'rodigal JSou" to-night. There will be ward moctiDgs Tues? day night aud a primary on Wednes? day and Friday. Mr. Wm. 11. LyotiF, who was so seriously ill, was considered u little Letter yesterday. There will be a song service nt the iBcottsviUe...

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

S?FF?LK_JJ)Cil, Jason T. Boone yesterday seourod a peace warrant agaiust Cary Slado, in tho couoty, fur alleged threats of vio? lence. In default of bond Slade was brought to Sntl'olk in the afteruoun and lodged in jail by Ollieer Brauch. YvHAIiBYVILIjE RoBBEBS JaIIiBD.? Constable Branch has at last run down the men vrhom ho alleges to bo tho perpetrators of the Whaleyville rob? bery, which occurred a few weoka ago. After the exercise of considerable do tective energy, tho following were caught in his drag net and lodgod iu jail: Edward Williams, Joe Warrel), W.iliatn Lewis, (uot llio jail jumper) aud David Trottor. Branch loft last night for Portsmouth, to bring hero Richard Williams, uuother suspect, whom he. assisted by Portsmouth offi? cers, caught last week, Tho prolimi narj hearing of tho men will occur to morrow iu Whaleyville, the scene of the crime, before ,luatioes Frank W. Bawles aud W 11 .lames. BtabiiBS ami Houses Bcbkbd,?Tho livery stables of .Mr. ?lunitie T, Parker, o...

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

SENATOR .JONES If The Nevada Senator Writes to Sibley in Denver. NO FURTHER DELAY PROPER He Declares That the Time is Rioe for Silver Advocates to Make Their Own Party*. Thinks the Contest in 1896 Will be of Paramount Importance. foeiutior jono?oi nevaan mm sent an. fibloy, the presidential onndidato of the American Bimetallic party, who is in ?Denver, the following: It would bo extraordinary if any as Bnranoo were needed from mu to tho peo? ple of Denver or elsowbere throughout thu country that I regard tho new move? ment, which you represent, us the most vitally important step ever taken toward (iuunciul reform. By this movomout tho Issue is presented to tho country clean cut and relieved of all extraneous cou Biderations. Thu platform of tho American Bime? tallic pnrty is not a "straddle" and is fiut intended to deceive. It is simple nud unmistakable. It is one upon which oil tho advocates of silver money can consistently stand without feeling ham? pered or embarrassed by any of ...

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

II?fliPliGl Richmond as the Centre of Virginia Gossip and Events. THE PORTSMOUTH TEAM FETED Reception at the Residence of Secre? tary Lawless. The Light Question. The Jeb Stuart Monument. Gen. Fitz Lee Will Accept the Collcclorsbip. Bpecial Dispatch to The Virginian. Richmond, Va,, April "jo.? Muuogor islond, ot the Portsmouth team, is try? ing to sigu Mciiaui), who played witb the Richmond* last year, ami is very hopeful of succeeding. If he secures his services McGann will ho vtnred on second base aud "kiokor" Knox sent to the outfield. Band Iihs already euo of tho strongest teams in tbo l?aguo nud they will he very uiuoh in tho race for tho peuunnt. After tho game to day liou. Joseph T. Lawless, ."Secretary of tho Common wealth, tendered the Portsmouth team A reception at his residence. Tho actiou of the (Jity Couucil in ro .ueiug to appropriate mouey to con? tinue electrio lights ou the streets has occasioned widespread indiguaticu ?throughout the city. There is talk of gettiug ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 23 April 1895

Norfolk Wins the First From Roanokc. AN UMPIRE WITH A HEAD The New Man Knows His Business and Won't be "Monkeved" Witt?. A Nice, Clean Garne, Which Gave Satisfaction to All. Out rtt the ball park yesterday, there Vvu* uu lack of excitement and the pa? trons of tUe uutnmul gatuo received aaioro than t?ctr money's worth, lu tho first place our young men won, and tu tho second place tue viel? tors put up a grand guiuu of nail. But this is not uil, for tin: man who came in for the bulk of uppluuso was unuo other than the Umpire. ?s?ji Tbc umpire is a parly by the uauio of Daley, and yesterday was tho lirst tiiuo be over judged balls und strikes on a local field. lie is a big uiau with a drooping yellow moustache, aud the Voice of n reformed tragedian. He made something more then u favorable luiprehBlnu, In point of fact ho de? monstrated that ho is one of tho in t umpires who ever (need a grand stand. He knows the rules, his decisions are iirouiptly rendered, and, beat of all, lie la ti...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 23 April 1895

I ft. M. I CONFERENCE" The Closing Exercises Took Place " Yesterday. | APPOINTMENTS FOR THE YEAR Bishop Galnes Ordained Eig"' Minis? ters. D?ring the Past Year 1,000 Members Received Into the Churches. The Bishop Left tor Baltimore. Very largo congregation* attended the services at St. Jobu's A, M. 13. Church Suuday ?heu Bishop draut preached. Fortv new members were received into the church and Bishop uaiues ordained eight ministers. Bishop mimes delivered au address at the Colored Y. M. C. A. The Bishop auuounced t'.-> during the past year there uavii been upward of 1,600 new uietubeie received into the A. M. K. Church in Virginia. The elosirjg exercises were held yes terdav and BishopCaines left for Balti? more* to open the Baltimore Confer, eure. The following arc tho appointments for the Norfolk aud Portsmouth dis? tricts: JiORrOLK DISTRICT?HSV, J. O. W1I.L1A.MS PRESIDING ELDER, St. John's Church, .Norfolk ?Bov. A. L, Games. Berkley Station?Bov, 1. L. Butts. Princess ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 23 April 1895

T17E TAKE THE RISK, and * ? don't ask any one to take our word for it th.it Dr. Dcane's Dyspepsia Pills cure dyspepsia, indigestion, habitual constipation, and sic!; headache. We want to send you a free sample. Then rou can toll whether you want to buy them or not. Address DR. J. A. DEANE CO., Kingston, New York. Cf.ey act tuf izlc. ..t all ilru^,;!,:-,. _ . i WANTKIh A' OKNTS TO rAKE ORDERS liY SAMPLES at kouie or Irave'. We pay liberal aalaiy and expenses 01 good t orn illusion and rnruish Saiiiplei }?> right fuplieani. Addieit lou Box UM, Raw aorkety._ llOYS WANTED to work at N.>: i.?lk Fruit Ps?k Jl a.i'Wcii t', lluutei?vill>-. Nui n-lk. Va. a\.'i :? I \ITASTED?A young ia.lv si bookkee|ier sml M cashier In [irst-cinii lurnlahiaa; store. Aii A. W, U., care Virginian office, a)?.'-!? DAKEII WANTED - App ? to or Address It. K. 1) RAMMONI?, Washington, N. C. apai-lw* "\\'ANT1 l>-To bt.v Ihr yt"id ?III und lix-iirry ol '? .11 establirnc I d...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 23 April 1895

K>T\r.i.t>nt.i' IS '5. ?rjBLISHHl> BVEBY moun1su BKOEPI MONDAY. V1BQ1NIAN BUILDINO. MAIN AND COMUEltOB STUEBTS. M- Ql.ESNAN, Owneiu Entered as seoond-claia matter, :tHF. OIHCOLA1 ON 01 FhK VlltOlNIAN ig LABQEl.Y IN EXCESS ol nut otlu i \.&vvt pnblishi d in Km rn Virginia. It*circulation :-i Sorioli. .m.l lot tsmoutli ji greater ttmu th.it of any paper published or i-itomate i in the t?o cities. t -s delivered in lb- eitii * of N.irf lk and ierttuioulll au i ='H> tro for iu cents a werk, teil subxription*. postage paid. | y,Tr Dollars iur year; lliree Dollars tot six niontht. Oi.e Dollar aud Fifty Ct nts for tlire'- moiitbsi aa! titty Oeuts for one jnont... , ,, ... Adt*rii?*mtnts insert* i ..t the rati ol ? ? Cn-.is.sS can Firm isskrtios; each subse? quent insertion ti" Ousts, or 6i Cunts wins issw tup r.vKm uiiieu lutr. (Joiitree tors arc not ?Powe:! 'o exceed Hoirnpa o or aa-eitlso other than tlio-.r Ioki. ituoto busiiuB*. ex...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 23 April 1895

PORTSMOUTH NEWS The Doings of Minor Importance Worth Jotting Down, ENLARGE ST, JOHNS'S CHURCH. The Democratic Primary To-mor? row. Sunday Baseball at Park View. Death of a Child. Odd Fellows' Anniversary. Cham? bers Fire Company Parade The Amphitritu will yo in conitnis eiou to-day. Tho Democratic primary will take jilsei) to morrow. Tho police received their now sum? mer but* yesterday. Tbo Orays' fair opens to morrow night at tho City Hall. Workmen cornmeuced yosterday to tear down the old jnii. Tho Kleotural Board will meet this week uud elect Clerks uud judges. s-ani Small, colored, was arrested yesterday on tlio charge of seduction. The Kouuokes and IJortsmouths will ploy ball in this oity Thursday, Friday eud Saturday, Bev. Uo<>. W. Parks delivered a lec? ture iit tho Y. Kl. O. A. rooma Sunday afteruoou. About Sin" was raised at the Court Street Baptist Church Sunday night lor foreign missions. The members of Central M.K.Church Jipwortti League will give ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 23 April 1895

The Sturgeon Was Alive and Made Things Hum. THE BIG FISH ON EXHIBITION A 250 Pound Fellow, Supposedly Dead, Was Carefully Placed in a New York Fish Store Window on Exhibition. His Very Sudden Resuscitation. A 250 pound sturgeon was on exhibition at H. Hand's fish store at the corner of Fulton and Beekman streets, New York, recently. The fish was 8 feet long. It was the biggest fish that had been caught In the North river this season. A great many people stopped to look at it and to feel of it. The fishers had hooked it in the head with a boat hook, and they thought when they got it into their boat that it was dead. Mr. Hand and his men thought so also when they laid the, fish out nice and straight on his fish bench. There were piles of oysters and clams at the end of the bench where the sturgeon's tail was. A little after noon a boy ennte out of tho fish storo und stuck his finger down into tho hole made by tho boat hook. About a minute later nnotber hoy onmo ontwith !\ pail of wate...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 23 April 1895

COMKIERCI&L REPORT. nioucy IHarksti Bv Sontburu Associated Pros*. TSr.w v.iks. April 23.?Money on cal ?air ai per cent.,doting at II. Merlins exchange i? firm, with actual business tiaukers' bills at (88;a488j lor slxty^days und ?89Jal89| for demand. Posted rates.48SR490J. Commercial bills,; 487}a488. Ooverument toouds. higher. I'llK STOCK market?il.osis.; BIDS. American Cottou Oil, 271; American Cot Ion Oil. pr.e . 71 a.'7: AlVOriClIll Sugar Refill* tries, 1051; An ericau sugar Itefiuerles.pref. American 'lobu i . Anioricun To fiacco, preL 10?; Atehisou, Topoka :.u I frauta re. 51; Baltimore and Ohio, 551; Can a.In Pacific 44{: Chesapeake aud Ohio. 18J ?,'hioago and Alton. I47i Chicago, Burling? ton and Quiucy. 74; Chicago Gas Trust. 7a}: (lelaware and Laekitwanna. ICH; distil? lers and Cattle Feeders. Hi; Krie. Ill: Krio, Iret.. -.?1; General Electric, 3Si: Illinois Con ral, 91; Lake Erie and Wo*torn. 20}; Luke !rle ami Western, pre f.. 771; Lake Shore. ? 41; Louisvill...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 23 April 1895

KATEGRRDNER'SDRESSGHRT The New Skirt is to be More Voluminous Than Ever. ELABORATE HOUSE DRESSES Women With Economical Proclivities Will Have a Hard Time in Selecting Gowns for the Coming Sea? son. Extravagance Rules the Day. [Spools! Chicago Letter.! 'rFor the woman who hates economy, bud yet must practice it ever*/ moment of her life, there iu little of comfort in tho message 1 bring today. Dauio Fashion is ?tili iu her most ex jtravngant mood and docs not seoui to ,carofor even the llrst principles of econ? omy. She lavishes as tnueh attoutton And fine IttCO OU our pretty cotton ifroclcs as she does on our handsome ?vvning drosses, and decrees that only tho very beat material; and plenty of it, shall enter into the construction of our smart tailor-made gowns and more ?elaborate houso dresses, also that tho ak ita.stkk a own. ,novr cane bu very fall. the nbw sleeves .be very wide end Cbttt the new but .Khali boast of.mauy feathers and other (-?trimming of lines*, quality, nil of w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 24 April 1895

The Clever Men From Roanoke Put Up a Great Game. WAS A PITCHERS' BATTLE. Roanoke Hit the Ball for Keeps, and Their Man Fisher Pitched a Grand Game, But Poor Fielding and an Umpire's Decision Gave Norfolk Victory. 1'. in hut fair to eay at tlio beginiog | of tliiB unvarnished report that Dame 3 ortnuo wos wondrous kiud to Nor folk yesterday. lu point of fact had it tint havo been for tbc rure turn of luek and a wrung decisiou ot the umpire, lloauoko would litivo won tbo game. Auu yet our ?voting men j ut up a "sunnpy" <;ume of l>uii uud desorvo a deui ot credit for wiuuiug out. it wu? u heoiitiful (toy for hull ploy? ing atid tbo members of both teams avere in the mood fur hard work. Aud ?h> it came to pass tb.it the fuitbfnl "rooters" foilud it exceedingly tlifllcult i<> letuiu themselves, From lue mo? ment the knights of the diamond ?ettled <lowu to the serious work of the stftertioou until the last muu was re aired ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 24 April 1895

Regular Monthly Monthly Meeting Held. THEIR ACTION RECONSIDERED pepcrt of Relief Committee. Appo- i rrtattox National Park. Delegates to the Grand Camp. A Member III. Arrangements For Observ? ing Memorial Day. Tbe regular moutbly meeting of Piokett-Buchauau I amp, Coufederate "Veterans, ?us held iu its hull ut 8 o'clock lust evening. Preseut: Ii C Woodtiouse, tirst lieutenant comman? der, pteaiding; past Commanders Heurv. Irvine, eiarnetl aud Washing? ton Taylor; B A Marsden, third lieu tenant commander: .1 I'. JacltSOU, ad? jutant: R 1 .lacobs, sergeant major: ft C white, obairman relief committee; U W Todd, chairman; Fred Green wood, 11 F Vaugban and R 11 Gwaltuey of executive committee: C Croekmur, collector, und a number ol comrades, Tlio minutes ol tbe previous meet? ing were read and approved. Tho re? port of the executive committee wos alto approved. Commander Howards was reported Sick and tinnhle to attend, 't he oust wishes of the camp for bis speedy re? covery to beulth we...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 24 April 1895

A LOAD of misery is taken from women, by l?r l'ioico's Fa? vorite Prescription. YVeak n esaeS that distress your womanhood call bo relieved nnd cured bv it, safe-ly and certainly. It has done tbia for thousands of suffsffiag women?and I be ninkors uro willing to j7tmr.ii it,-, it it doesn't benefit or cure you, thty'll return the money. Boaring - down paius, in? ternal ln&aniniaflou and uleeirntiou, organic displace? ments, wank bnek, and ail kindred ailments ore eurod by tho " Favorite Prescrip? tion." .Y?e, Peliium Co.. TP. Vit. Dn. K. V. PrEiiofc: Den- Sir?Mine is a ensu of eleven years' Standing, which b-if tlie skill of thu best medical uid pro* i'urable. I obtumod nu rood efteot, until I began thouiw-of the "Favorite Prescrip? tion, which lilted tie- Imidin which w.lR seeking my life. My gratitude i owe to tho *? Prescription." l louaiu, sincerely, m a > i : i>. IVANITED- \ man toa.t n? agent foi s |irvduce I ?1 commission house of 30 your- tt...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 24 April 1895

r.KTAiu i-im< IS .6. PUBLISHED EVEBV MOUSING EXCEPT MONDAY. V1BQINI&N U?lI.DINa. MAIN AND v OMMEHOE si UEET3. M. Ol.ENNAN. 0wsBit. l.atcre I r.? SI 00 THEOIHOI LATIONOI IHK VIKGINIAM fa l.AfUiKl.i IS KXOISSS of an.' Otbl it' uftrer DOblUll .1 iU E ?? ? " < 'l .:<:.??? Us oitculati u i'i Norl I; mid I'ortnoioutli i? trrMer than that f *uy papei puUuaiiu.l &viron.nto.lin the t?" e ties. ? t e delivered in the riti,. uf Norfolk and poriantonth and ?an ri>- tor in eoul> a week. ' a;I * ib ri} : 'Uh. postage paid. f v,. Dollar' pot year; three I i .are bir - it roo itli? One l'i '.'i-ir an i fl ty Cent* for throe m.ii tli-. an! fifty Dents lor oun r*jSl\erti*enient? inserted at Dip i nto of 75 In* s > S u i. Fin- i > i lit i - en h -u'.'-r - qneut 'insertion -7- um-, o: ."? - i ist* iaBF.y INki tlp r.vrnt ? ruta Iiav. Uoiitrae toraarouot nliowa.l '.o exceed t eir spa o or iiiherlii-e othe...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 24 April 1895

imiri id 11. in1 Knocked Senseless by a Negro Woman on the Place. f PIECE OF BUGGY TIRE USED Mr. Kirn Was Teliing "1C Woman and Mother to Leave the Place When Attacked by the Daughter. The Woman's Statement. Sent on to Grand Jury. Yeetcrday uiorniug a report was cir Culatod around the city that Mr. Henry turn,one of Norfolk county's wealthiest truckers, hHd been tuurtiered at bis kionie, near Oburebland, by tt negro v. i man. Telephone messages were re reived from different pieces uskiug if the roport tvus true. Later during the morning L'onatablo Adams drove up to the county jail with two uegro women,who guvo 'heir tn'iies en. Luuiuda Powell und Pauliuc Eden. *J.'bey were turned over tu Jailor Siver con to bo looked up until uu investiga? tion could be held. ?otin alter Uiei-e women were brought iu Mr. Kim und hid ?on came to tho city in a buggy. Mr. Run wos blood? ing very-freely from a wound which he received in thu forehead. Ho wus curried to the office ol l>r. R. 11....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 24 April 1895

Mysterious Negro Held in Jail atI St, Augustine, Fla, HE IS A GIANT IN STATURE. His Only Food a White Powder. Does Not Speak, or Wince When Pins or Powerful Electric Currents arc Applied, A Puzzle to Pliy:- c .ins. Turner James, a negro confined In jail nt Si. Augustine, Fla., Is a puzzle to the physicians. James, who claims to lie a "voodoo" j doctor, was arrested u mouth ngo on a charge of attempted arson. Since his ur rest ho has not spoken n word, has seemed Insensible to pain und has nor taken a jnorsel of food. Regularly, however, three times n day he drink* a glass of water after putting In to It a white powder. A day or two ngo Dr. Alexander was ordered by the nuthoril les to examine Into the man's condition, ns they had on Idea that he was shamming. The doctor, accompanied by other phy? sicians, went to the jail determined to snake James speak or utter some sound. First km? pins were thrust into tbo jiogro's thighs, but he did not wiuco. Then a powerful galvanic battery was...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 24 April 1895

COMMERCIAL REPORT. Money Market llv Southern Associated freu?. Hew Youk,April 23.?Money on cud bei beon easv at lja2per cout . closing ut U. ?? ?. ?.: exchange i? stoutly, with actual busiuiss in jankers' hills at <88ia488j lor gixtv.ilayn nr/d eS'.'jalHV. for .letnau I. Postod taten.-18.Ml'."'. Commercial biiL, 487in433. Uoveruraeut bo: i . lit Ul. TPK STOCK MMIKFT?il.oSISii U1U*. American t'o'.t in Oil. 275; American Cat? ion Oil. i ro , Ti'.; American Sugar Ilefiu tr<s. lot".(; American m pur ltettnoriea.pref, tt>4: American loLaco, .?;: American To la.co. prof, 109; Atchison, Topeka aui Santa l>e, Hi. Baltimore and Obio, 50: Cau ?da Pacific. 40; Chesapeake and Ohio. 1st; t bioaxo ..nd Abou, 147; Obiongo. Burling. ?otiandQuiuey. 74 ?; OhioagoUna Trust, 73}; lielnwara aud I<aoknwantia. IC1|; Distil? lers and Cattle Feeders. 15, Kris). 14. Erie, srof.,26; Oeneral Electric, 381; Illinois Cou |ral, VI; Lake Krie and Weitem. 20j; ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 24 April 1895

A Young Chicago Woman Who is a Business Success. SHE IS ENTIRELY SELF-MADE. Miss Bcrtli.i Eppstein, Who Has Charge of 41 Flats and Receives a Plethoric Income. In Spite of tho Large Business She Seems Net to Care. I*" "I am entirely a self rutulomnn," ?paid Miss Bertha Eppstein, who has [charge of the 41 fiats nud some other property near tho corner of Indiana avenue and Twenty-second street, ns ebu laughingly turned from her big ofiice desk uud prepared to chat of thu ?work which brings her in a plethorio inooine. "You sco,"sho continued, "I wan Joft an orphan when I was n littlo child. It hasn't ben qnite so easy as it might 'have boon to tunk? my own way, for 1 am absolutely incapable of filling n po? sition save when 1 run in authority, it isu't that I don't want to, but that I cannot. 1 really nm not worth 5 cents a ?day in a Bubofdiuato position. But 1 'have forged ahead, for I have nlwnys believed I could do what others have ?dono, und 1 have never tukeu a back MISS RKRTIIA E...

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