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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 8 May 1895

Tales of Facts and Points of New Occurrenccs. THE BAPTISTS IN CONVENTION Chief of Police Tynan to Visit San Antonio. Soliciting Funds tot Memorial Exercises. To Visit Lake Drummond. Personal and General Notes. The Grave' fair will oloee tonight. Tuesday will bo regular registration flav. Lieut. Only war sutleriug considera? bly from bis arm yesterday. Thoro waB quite u heavy shipment of borriss and peas yesterday. Tho military uro still on tho unxious bench waiting developments. The fogs for the past few days have bocu usually heavy, especially at night. The Portsmouth Cycle Club will at? tend tho fair at Deep Creek one night tiiis week, . Tho contractors commenced yester? day to turn the South Street Baptist Church around. Tho NaTul Tost Band will bo in attendance to-night. Tho fair will ooutinuo thin week. A party of ladies and gcutlomcu will to 1-inko Drummond to day in iMr. (nil's yacht, Orissie. Tho obstruction of the Union bridge crossiug has been settled by the ou slruotor pa...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 8 May 1895

Mary Fisher Arrested >n Centra! Park, New York. WAS CAUGHT IN THE ACT. She Stole a Knife From a Woman's Pocket anil Said Another Girl Told Her to do so. The Un? concerned Story of Her Many Experiences. Detective SflYttgO of the Now York Central park squad recently arrested in the monkey house in Central park n 9-year-old pickpocket. As he was watching tho crowd in tho inonkcy house his attention was attract? ed by the actions ?>f a small girl, appar? ently not more than 13 or 7 years old. Buo was neatly dressed and carried over her arm a cruivns has; such us chil? dren use for carrying schoolbooks. As the detective watched her ho Baw that ah? was paying a good deal more atten? tion to the women who were standing around her than tu tho animals in tho Cages. Ilo thought that he saw one of her hands feeling for a pookot in the dress of a woman who stood beside hi r. Aflor fumbling around this woman's skirt for :i minute she walked over t i another part of tiro hou...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 8 May 1895

HE REPORT. ?touov markst 8v Southern Associated Crass. Vf.w Tom;, May 7.?Money on call hug boon *>a v nt 11 pet com . rloslt g offered at l, per <eut. SterlingexehauRO la ipiiel wtthactusl binoues>. in baukera' hills m 4871a487J tor ftxty ilavb .mjtis for domantl. Postod nitca. MSa489|. Commercial bills. ISO.af>7:. Gov? ernment bond'-, itioug. thkstoor MAlthl.l?ii.omn,i ml". American Cotton i'ii. i?-<i; American Got? ten O-.l. ire:.'.'.': American Bugar Kefin ?.rus, Hi . An erlcan m.gar liafiueries.pref, tut; American Tobacco, tut; American To? bacco, praf, io-. Atchisou, Topeka and Vanta je, 0j: Haiti more and Ohio, 57|i i'uu a?a Pacific Chi sapeake and ohm. aoj: Miica^o nud Alton, 14!?; Ohlcago. Hurling fonaudQuiney, 7"*-, Chicago GasTrust, r.tj; jiclawara aud Lackawanna, 1001; iMatil *Vr* and Cuttle Feeders, 19J| Erie. 121; Erie, rrcr . 25);Ueueral Kloctric, 843: Illinois Cen ral, ?3; Laki Erie au I Western. 20J; Lake fcric a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 8 May 1895

lare,e Gains Made Under the New Tariff Law. WHEN THE GAINS ARE GREATEST Foreign Trad*: Much Benefited by tlie Abrogation of Reciprocity Fea? tures. Growth of Business With Canada, Africa Aus? tralia and Other Points. Every report issued by tho bureau of statistics refutes the statement that tbo now tariff law has been u detriment to our foreign trade. Doth onr imports and our exports have been inoroasiug for several months, and some of tbo lar? gest gains in exports have been to coun? tries with which wo had reciprocity treaties. Uno of these, countries is Bra? zil, \Yo sell almost us much to her as to all other t~outii American countries' pat together, In February?the month covered by tho latest government report ?our shipments to Brazil amounted to f99S.OOO, us compared with tfMT.UOO in February, 1804, Nor was February nu exceptional month. This same gov? ernment publication shows our exports for the fiscal year to March 1 to have been $10,6i>o!otiO, against $S, 138,000...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 9 May 1895

?()!, XLVIlll-NQ. 11\_^ iS'OUl'OLK, VA., THURSDAY, MAY ??>, lS'U . lMM(1^i CENTO^ South Carolina's Dispensary and Registration Laws. THE STATE IN A TURMOIL Decisions by Judges GofT and Simon ton. A Crisis in State Affairs. Gov. Evans Will Force the Matters Into the Supreme Court in Contempt Proceedings IlySontluiru Associated Frais. CotATMBIA. S. 0., May 8. ? The Stnto In tu a ferment to-uigbt. The United fctateH Circuit Court has conn' with He ?trou? urtu and dfiilf the Government of the Mittle of South t aruliua twa ter? rific blows. Many have looked lightly Upon tlio issues that have been pending lu the court during Hie l>|l"t week, but Ibcae iaatics linve beeu us momentous as any that evi r arose 111 tlio old 1'ul tnctto Stute, autl it m Dot within the ?tower of a prophet or the sou of u prophet to forecast the consequential events which will follow lu the next six mouths. At ono fell stroke the Registration laws of the StntH have beeu knocked luto a cooked...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 9 May 1895

Baseball Cranks Don't Think She Can, CAN'T WIELD THE WILLOW A Little Further From the Pennant Than When She Started. Evidently Contending tor the Fourth Place. The Prospect Bad for Higher Honors. The Etreugtb. of. tho various league teams is now pretty well known, and tbote who lire best able to judge, be? lieve that Norfolk cannot reasonably exueet to secure better than fourth plsce. That there is something radically wroug goes without saying; thai Mr. Soimr.ers' men are not equal to Iticll niouii, Lynehbiirg, Portsmouth or Koauoku nobody who bus soon them play for one tnstaut doubts; that tho city ol Norfolk is eutitled to a DETTER SHOWING in the pennant contest eaunot bo rea? sonably disputed. The defoot in the home team is so apparent that the management ought to sue, aud can see. the fault, but up to the present hat r-hown no very decided disuosiliou to apply a remedy, The people of Norfolk wero disap? pointed from tho start, so were the press. At the opening of tho season JMr....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 9 May 1895

To Cure ??mV stomach, loss r.r api>?2te, flatulence. watcrbrash, rising offon*!, neartburn, night marc, coated tongue, offensive breath. Jaun? dice, bad complexion. Hvcr-apoW, yellow eyes, constipation, palpitation ol the heart, and Short breath niter racaU,dyspepsia, uud all il* Symptoms, take Dr. Dcane's Dyspepsia Pills. Fat |>!<-:it>- of good nourishing food. A pill after tat h meal, as i(?ti?i drugguitt'. fccuj to SSfol (tee lii.yle. UK. J. A. DEANS CO., King*!"". Nrw \oik. t?:??TT is A N'l 1.1?. l HENTS ?100 i er ? nl. prent Bullion llluni nut cd ^\ sign, number und name | tat'1 :.'? adsble In the ?i.ik il.1.1 MINATKI) SUIS I "., I?l Dearborn si net. iIhirago. inj iMl T\ "uk 111 ? u i U .XNliJi?All Ml i. i..11111" st C.W. SIIi Dl>. 11. BrauibUlun aTf, uiyS-lt' \\mi1m KAUM HANK VV?NTI. I' tboil IS M rears old. C. W. SIIEDD, 111 Bra'tiitlctou sveuiie. iiiyS-lt* \\TAN I'Kli Two salesmen Balmy Jto wicklr' si mutt famish city to...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 9 May 1895

ESTABLISHED ISr'.f). PCrLISHEO EYEBY. MOKNIXO BXCBl'T. MONDAY. Y1BQIN1AN UUI1.DINC. MAIN AND eUMM.tU li Si UEEl'S. M- OLEKNAN, Owxkb._ ""THE C-iitCi l.AiIUsot- l'UK \IM.INIAN U LA.BOELA IN EXCESS ul hu . other l aper publish' d in East i n Yir^iuia. Ds ciroulaiti n in Norfolk and Portsmouth ii greater ibau ?hat ? f nuv paper published et . irou ''<? i ia the two eitles. .t ? delivered in tbi cities of Norfolk and port.mouth ami sub irb- for 1U eeul> a week, a-i ? !?' riptions. postage paid. K.v Dollars per ycat hrce I '"liars foi -ix mouths. One Dollar and Fifty Cents for line- mouths; au I fifty Oenti 101 ouu . niont . .... Advertisements lu-ortel nt tho rato of ij Ce^ is a S i si r Fis* ? is-* itTiosi each euu>?: iqueut insertion Cknts, or .".1 Cents vui> issai run bvkki "inm i?av. Contreo tors are not allowo I 10 exes 1 t t>ir ?p? a or Bd\ertlss other than their legi'imam business, except by paying especially tor the Rrtiiir....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 9 May 1895

Mi Iiis I Tales of Facts aril Points of New Occurrences. FIRE COMPANY EANQUET. Large Parly of Strangers. Horse Ac? cidentally ' Killed. Large Ship? ment of Berries. Case ot Stealing Before Hie Grand Jury. A Day's Outing. Head tbo advertisement of E. C Brooks Company. lUlieer Hoolnsgle will begin Lib ten dat. a' leave to-day, A while youth wii* Qned S- aud coat yr.sterduy for disorderly conduct. Tbo Portsmouth Bioyolo Club will to Deep Creek tn tbo lair to night. Tbo PorUmontb team will pluy in Lyuehburg for the next Ibreo days. J liare was a heavy sbipiueut of bor Tim from this city yeetarday, Homo lew peas were picked. Keuil the remodeling sale of I'.rea lauer .V Anthony ill auotlier column ond eall ami secure ft bargam, '1 lie Ladies' Auxiliary ol tho V. M. <'. A. will make an ellbrt to raise 3'2,000 to help build a Y. Id. <'. A, building. Doptlty i-dierili Abbott, while opeu tug some oysters yesterday afternoon, came utur running a knife through bis band. ai...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 9 May 1895

GflPITRLSTORlESOFTHE DftY The Kindness of John Gary Evans, of South Carolina, NOW GOVERNOR OF THE STATE How a Telegraph Messenger Was Found Asleep in the Senate Halls and Given a Gold Piece for Christmas by the Tender Hearted Evans. Festoons of electric light shone down upon tho senators in their chamber, and tho business of grinding out laws for n state was slowly proceeding surrounded by all tho eirenmstancos of luxury. t>ut Bido it was one ot those nights in which tho witches "chase nuldTnui," wot and cold and windy, but the South Carolina senators worked lazily on. nnd as an oc? casional one walked across the floor no sound came from tho brussols oar pot. It was a picture of satisfaction, and tho very faces of the august great hanging upon the walls seemed to show pleasure in it. One of those human beings who hnvo thp entree to all classes of society, a tel? egraph boy, entered anil sank into a great armchair by the reporters' table "to wait for copy. " Tho lad. a ben...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 9 May 1895

?tonvv Mnrkai Vr Southern Asn-n?.tfron?. VkwYoiik, Mut 8.-rMoney oncall h.abeou ?a v at 1| per cent . <-|..>n g oilc eil :it 11 i>er ?eilt! Stcrllug exehauso i* weak wltkactual *>uaiucsa hi bankers' l'illa ?t 1871 for ?i\tv Sayn hoiHSj! for demand, l'oslod ratea.487|a 48?. Commercial lulls. 486}al86i. Uoreru tiieut bond*, attoug. THKKtVI K MAUKET?CLOS1S? BIDS. ttnorican Cot! a Oll. 29; Ataericau Cot? ton Oil. |re:..7,': American Sogar II-tin %r ? s. Ill,; An Oni-hu : i Kur Itelllieriea.prof, TM?; American Tobacco, 101}; American To t> iceo, |.r?:. 10.'i. Atcliit-oo, 'J'opoka an I ? nut.! 1 e, 62; Ualtiiuore and Ohio, Bfi\; Can ?da Pacific 61; Chesapeake and Ohio. 2t|: <biosgoaiid Alton, l U; Chicago. Hurling loiiiiuilQuincy, 77.. i tiicagoUu? l'rust. 7.!.: ?elawara and I.aeknwnuna, in? . Ulatll |*r* aud Cattle Feeders. 201 Erie. 12}: Krio. ?r.r . 28; Uensral lilac trie, 83b Illinois Con Val, 94; Lake Krle aud Western....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 9 May 1895

P Olli LETTER The Merry Note of Spring in Street and Store, THE GAYETY OF 1895 MODES Butterfly Bonnets Arc Very Universal. High Novelties in Shoes. Bantus and After. Streets Peopled With Princesses. Big Dal. loon Sleeves The Rage I COPYRIGHT, 1805.1 The pene-;; will not work In my finger*. H I oould sketch 1 would not write these spring days. 1 would drnw for you instead a picture of a trim, cbio pirl I met on Broadway this mornlii -. 6ho had a pretty figure and eyos of t hat odd hue that changes as a chameleon might alter. from gray to blue. Thrco days out of four, I fancy, bin' is gray eyed, but this morning she wore a white cloth jacket, with trimmings of blue galon, and the blue peeped out again from pure sympathy* from under her eyelids. Her Jacket was a very smart one, with blue bows on the col? lar, and her (,'imn was of fsvuy cloth, with (fray glovca aud whiu gal on trim? mings. She carried a fluffy gray eropc parasol, and her hut was a hijr. rough gray straw, with a wreath ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 10 May 1895

Decisions of Judges GoH'aiui Simon ion Worries the Administration. THE DISPENSARY LAW IS DEAD Gov. Evans Does Not Propose to Call an Extra Scssioo ot tlie Legisla? ture. The Colored People Re? gard the Decisions as a Second Emancipation, P.y South':n Asgoeiata i Press. ror.rMtii.i, S. ('., May !),?TliO two eoisious reudered, t>y United Ktatea ndgea Got! und bimuntou yesterday, tbo one makiug u freu ballot aud the t>tber aouudiug tbodeatb kurll o( the lltspousary law, apparently huve ore ?Utl u big ftir nil over lliu Mate and ?otuo pretty wild tuiking is being in? dulged iu. ' 'J he udministrution is mure t>r les:, worried. Iu ollicial u:.d legal ?irclea uothiug else was uveu tbought *f upparetitly, mid ihu uogrooa uud liquor men were giving ail their utten tiou to the now nrder ot" things irouglit ubout by those things. For the present (Jov. Evans aud the fUute authorities ate pitying no atten? tion whatever lo the registration mat? ter, Aa Uov, Evan...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 10 May 1895

One ot the Best Games Yet Played ! This Season, MUCH MORE SNAP DISPLAYED The G.imc Yesterday One ot the Best of the Season, Norfolk's New Pitcher Did Well. One Error at Third Base Caused Nor? folk's Defeat. The altffudauee at Leagne Perk yes? terday afternoon numbered ubont 1,00 1 and a very satisfactory game was wit? nessed. It was the first appeurauoc ol tbe RtcUmouds, who claim to be ttie peucaut winners of the _\eur, and tnau> parsons' wore curious to see their make up. It appeals to bo a good, cleau team and do excellent work iu tho tield, but not so strong at the bat Iijnchbnrgs, ?Norfolk's new Qud, Poster, was the box, and while be did not display superior apeed or extraordinary curvi a, he wanageil to hold ihe visitors down to four i ase hits, Norfolk making live base hits off of Lieh no und Tauneliill.^ fc There wate lour errors charged to "Norfolk. One by lloflnian at third, who lulled to touch, a runner when be cou'.d bare easily done so, I'hia error lost the g...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 10 May 1895

SLEEPLESSNESS, ?/? ~j Nor vous Debility, Norroui Exhaust fltlon, Neu Tallin, 1 a rfdypls.Lo iiualor Ataxia, lle-lnnoliolin, and kindred nil sueuts, whether resulting from OTcr anx? iety, overwork or study, or from un? natural habit* or exe-.'iscs, ere treated aa a specialty, with u;re?'i Buoeees, by tiio KtalToI Specialists utlurhed t<? tbo Inva Uct*' HotH and iSuririial Institut*? ut Buffalo, W. Y. Personal examinations not always necewwiry. Ilany cases aro gucrassftilrv trvatcl at a distance. ? A orniysT A A now tmU wonder 'ADl ilM?. fullT ?uceeasful tTe?t> ?mint lias liiwn discovered d-r A;*t! nia wjuI Ear Fever, which can bu aent. by OMail or Express. Jt in not simply a palll VJtivc but u radfeai cure. For pamphlets, question blanks, refer aroevs and particulars, in relation to any lot the nbnve mentioned diseases, ndririv.s, Htdth ten cents >n stamps, World's Dispon aary Mwllcal Association, Buffalo, K. Y. WANTGUi Vtf ANTED?To correspond with tu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 10 May 1895

E8TARI I-m.l> IS 6. PUBLISHED EYEBV MOUSING BXOBPT MONDAY. VIBG1S1AN UUil.DING. MAIN AND COMMEW B Sl'UKBTS. M. Gi l NNAN < ly, s n._ ""TlfK 01KOUL.AI IONOF i II?. VMlCilNlAN 1? LAllGEl^ IN i ol au; other neper published iu Easi i Virgin lir etrculaii u iu Norfolk Mini Portsmouth i* crentor tlinu that ? f any paper publUlieil or i irouiali I iu ?06 two > ti< ?? .t delivered in eitiei of N irfolk and nortunioa:? *urt RMb r" lor 1,1 eellt> !* week. i! oil sub riptiont, postage paid. Fjt Dollars per year; furoo Dollars for ii. mouilie. One Peliar ami Fnty Colli? for ?l,ro m ths a"'? lit>' Oonti ror ono B1 Adveltirenit Ut' inserted :,t the rato of Ti Ca vis a S'. i a a File-1 issfuiion: oueh subse queut insertion T v Iusts, or :> < kst* wkkn tssri tki> rvrav i riiKii i>av. Contrac? tors are not .itlo?e I to ovoO'd o eir spa o or advertise other than thoir leui nuato busiuess, r\....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 10 May 1895

Talcs of Facts and Points of New Occurrences! THE GRAYS' FAIR CLOSED Banquet. Union Prayer Meetine,. Board of Health on the Warpath. Will Not Qualify. An Oyster Roast. Military M<cting To-night. Personal. Tho Portsmouth Grave' fuir closed fust uigbt. Tho Portsmouth Junior Hilles will meet tu night. Grimes.' Buttery will hold iiu import cut mooting to-night, uol. Win, H. Stewart and wife aro vi-itmg thu Colonel's mother uear Wallaoetou. Another traiu loud of people eti route to Wasbmgtou armed here yea terday morning, Tho Portsmouth ltir.ye.lo Club went down to l'ort Norfolk lust night aud enjoyed un oyster ronst. .Not niant id our Portsmouth Pap Hate have gone to ttic convention being field in Waeiiiugtou, ?. U. To-morrow the Board oi ilealtli will ?i-it several plaooa in the city. Amou^ tlit'iu is tlio old wood duel:. 1 lie ladies' union prayer meeting will trike place nt I o'clock this after? noon at Monumental Church, Mr..I. Thomas Dunn, elected a mem tier of the tiuho...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 10 May 1895

Some Interesting Opinions by Prom? inent Americans. STRUGGLE FOR INDEPENDENCE Some Think the Pearl of the Antilles Should Undoubtedly be Taken Pos? session 01 by the United States. Seme Contrary Opinions. Interesting Synopsis. Cuba's successive struggles for inde? pendence have always excited gte.it in? terest in this couutry. There are tunny Americans who believe that the United States should offer encouragement to nil attempts of monarchical dependencies ou this side of tbo Atlantic to throw off the yoke. F<*- this reason the annexa? tion of Cuba has over been a jvt ?, r ;.v-. ef certain of our statesmen. On tho other baud, there .in1 many who believe in restricting the limits of our territory to its present confix t The New York World published re? cently signed articles and interviews from prominent American oitizant fcueh was asked, first, whether he 1 lievod iu tbo annexation of Cuba, and, second, what means should l>o taken to briug annexation about. Tbo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 10 May 1895

COMMEBCIAl REPOBT. IMoitov Blttrtttit I'.t Southern Associated Pro?J. New York. Mnv 9.?Mouoy on cull h.nb^pu ea<y at 1 psr cent . closing offered .it 1 per Cent. SterliUK exchange is weak with actual * tu tint ? - in buukers' bilUat 1861*487 fur sixty ? ay* nud487Jal83 fo- demnn !. Postod iates. a8;?4SS}. Consraareinl bills. WCsWCJ. Gov? ernment boildr. Stl our. rnr. stock market?closixo bids. American Cotton Oil. 291; American Cot Ion (Iii, i r?f, American Sugar lt-tln ? rirs. lilt: Awerican -ngar Itofluorics.pref. I'J]; American 'lobnceo, iu.il: Americaii To tiacco, pref. iO"; Atchison, Topeka ant ?Miita he, 71: Uaitimon and Ohio, 69J; Cam ?da Pacific, lot; Chesapeake and Ohio, 22]: t.'kioago mid Alton, ISO: Chicago. Burling touauilQuincy, 7*1. Chicago Gas linst. 731; IvUtihi? and Lacknwnnna, l?lt: Distil? ler* aud i attlo Pee lors. 2UJ: I no. 131 Erie, tr.-f.. 7j:*:? ueral Kloctric.331: Illinois Cen? tral, '.'4P. Lake Erle au i Western. 20ii Lake 3 i i.' sud Western, p...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 10 May 1895

Ardent Disciples of Woman's Rights in France. DEMAND _HJGHER THINGS No Longer Content Witli Being Visit? ors Merely of the Chamber ot Dep? uties. National Council of Wo? men. Era of the Filthy Glove. jfrcuchwonicn of tbo present day arc ,.o tougor satisfied with merely beiug al? lowed into the preciuots of the house of deputies Tltey demand rights of it graver nature, aud the deputies of the last decade of the nineteenth century are now considering their demands. Such women as Mm08. Potonio-Pierro, Maria Martin, Murin Pogitou-Coutant demand rights that shall place them on 0 level footing with men. and they havo II MB, POTOKtC-PIBRRB. succeeded so f:ir in enlisting in their cause many prominent deputies who havi> formed tlio parliamentary group of ???woman's rights." To tell the truth, there :iro not mniiy women in France today who toko very great interest in thoquestion of woman's rights. But if there is not quantity there is quality. At the present day the most ardent di...

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