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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 18 May 1895

COmmERCI&L REPORT. inoncv Jlnrkri Hv Southern AasoeiataJ Pr?s?. *?ew Yoke. Mat 17.?Money on call easy ?I Jail per ceut . c'osuig nt li per r. nt. tterhug exchange in steady.with actual husi tv-as in bankers'bill* at 480a 186} Tor sixty fays and 187a187} for demand. Posted Teten. 48dia483. Commercial hills, -IB-alHo,'. UoY,ran ant bou.iB, firm. tub stock siaaasT?cLoaixe inns. Iniorunn Co:Un Oil. 201; American Cot? tar. Oil. I roV. 70: Au.eri?iin Sugar P.efln tr-iB, IUI; An ?rican m'gar ReQiierles.pref, Wfi American 1'obacco, *mericaif?To baceo, pref. ill: Atchhou, Topeka tn.l t'anbl to, 8(: Ealtimoic ami Ohio, 81 : Can ?da Pacific. 681: Chesapeake and Ohio. 23}: Vbioago mid Altou, ISO; Chicago. Hurling' tonaudQulDOy. 801; ChicagoGaaTrust, 7i;; Delaware anil Laokuwanua. 10:.'. Distil? lers and Cattle Fcoders, 23J: Kria. I Krio. rref.. US; Otii.ii at Klectric,84): Illinois Con |ral, 96}; Lake Kria au t Weitem. -Jl j; Lake i'.Tia and Wintern, pref.. 781; Lake Shore, *17: Louisvilla ...

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. — 18 May 1895

Tolliver Says He Thinks It Jumped Over the Boat. A Nine Dollar Fishing Line Lost In the Attempt to Capturo It. The The Inmate of the Sea Subse? quently Caught. Great Was the Surprise Thereof. ?Tolliver told tho story, it was atjour, a battle w ith a jewfish down in Florida. Beaching the last chapter, ho said: "I ain't sure whether the fish jumped oror the boat or dived tinrier, but 1 think he jumped over. There was it shock mid n concussion, and I arose just iu time to see him disappearing milos out at sea ?with tho remnant of my $9 fishlino streaming through the air after hi m like ( the tail of a prize comet. A week later ' he was stranded by the tide, idoutilicd I ty my fishliue and cut open. In his I stomach were found u keg of paint, a I feather bed, a pair of bloomers, a sec : tion of a bicycle, Webster's Dictionary I and a pig of lead. Gentlemen, ho was a I largo fish." For some moments silence eugulicd US as tho chairman cleared his husky throat and prepared to deliver the p...

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. — 19 May 1895

1 'wtt EVEM The "Mountaineers" Win.the Sec? ond.Game by Heavy Hitting. McCreery Could Not Hold the "Magi <ians" Down and the "Magic City" Representatives arc Corre? spondingly Happy. Mana? ger Brncn as a Pitcher. Wltcro They Piny !o..tlorro\v. fUcluuond at Portsmouth. llORliukli at 1 lit'THbutR. Noriolk. at f.ynohbnrg. Mandiiiu or tu? Club?. Won lot Tor Cent. KiaamoBd. is t .sis t.yncbburg-. 1u < Portsmouth. 12 M .tso J-orfolk. 10 IS .40:1 IVtersburg. H J.r. .8 IS lloanoko. 1 1<> ?'?i-'i The two games announced to tuUo f>lace on yesterday carne ofTon schedule lime, and n larger crowd than usual was present to cEeer the home team on 1o victory; tbe"rooter"of every hue was (herewith bis ever ready fund of free advice to the players, and the ''small tmy" vrbc pins his faith to the ant-cess of the "'Oyalermeu," wua very con? spicuous bv showing Ilia intimate ac? quaintance with the "Ball Tossers''und (he sweet and endearing terms he up plied to theiu, had tu be heard to h...

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. — 19 May 1895

IM i?l Jpfi Finest Collection of Miniatures Ever Gotten Up in the South. The Pictures are Admiral Farrigut, Dr. Newton, Jlie Doyle Collection, ' Mrs. Wm. L. Ashmetide, Dr. Marchant, Dr. Richard Lamb, and Many Others. One of tho fluent collect ious ot miuia tures ever gotteu up in the South is displayed at the spring exhibitiou ot tho Norfolk Art Leugne. It is sale to eay tbut no collection of minia? tures over gotten together tor an exbi tiou in this country haB more merit than can bo (ouud in this display siuc'e Holbein iu 1520 made MINlAT?Ri: POHTHAIT3 POPUIiAB in England and Cjuaan Elizabeth had the celebrated miniature of herself painted by Uane Oliver, tbo native talent developed this brauob ot art until England stood at the beud of all school*- of immature painting. Samuel Cooper painted miniatures ot Miitou And Cromwell autl Charles II sat to him. Celebrities of all Europe came to Ferugino of tho Italian sohool aud miniature paintiug became the rage. In this exhibition are ex...

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. — 19 May 1895

NOW FOR DRESS GOODS INCLUDING SILKS! The Sensation Line on MONDAY Will Strike Deeper Than You Ever Knew Into Every Sort of DRESS FABRICS. Pedigree Counts for Nothing. Makers' Intent and Importers' Hopes do not Signify. We have taken advantage of Market Conditions and Drawn Into the Store Lots of Desirable Goods at Prices Heretofore Unheard of. Dress Gocds. What every one bas been waiting for. prur-h Goods iu loading styles nuil BbaJes at half prioo. Colored Dress Goods. At 83o the yard. Fine all-wool French Sorge, 4G Inches wide, the GOo kiud; blue Storm (Sorge, white stripe, 42 iuches wide, the 5.V kind; faucy Weaves iu nil the now ?hades, 3(5 inohea. the 50o kiud. At 25o tho yard. All-wool Armour Sorge, 38 inches, tho BOo kind; all-wool novelty weaves |u tho leading shades, 3tt inches wide, the 40c kind; all-wool Sorge, 88 inoheB toide, the 50o kind. At 2Uo the yard. Brooade, plaid and solid colors, half Wool. 38 and 42 inches wide, tho 25c and 15a kind. At 18a tho yard. Fancy col...

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. — 19 May 1895

rSTAlll.lMIKO I S '5. PUBLISHED EVi.UV MOUSING EXCEPT MUNDAY. Y1BG1N1AN BUILDING. ?AIN AND i OMMEUCK Sl'UELTS. M. GI.ENNAN. Owm n. TUE UIBCI'LATIO V OK l'HE V1UGINIAN is LABOELV IN EXCESS ol mi, other 1 ?per publish' J iti Ens i n Virtfluiu. Us Clroulaiiou m NorfoU ami Portsmouth is urtator 1I11.H that of ?uy papot p iblishe i or eiroiuateil in the two eitle?. it :s deliver.il iu tin elites o! Norfolk anil Portsmouth alii MIO r ror IU coin- a week. Mail - ?'? t'i'1-"-. postage, paid. Five Dollars per y. r. three Dollar? foi 11 mouths. One Dollar aud Kii'ty Cents for : tine? m.ii tli- an I'llty Oeutu Cor onn mont'i. A.lvortiieini Ut- inserted :.t tlio rate of . i Cum* a. S.iv r.l'ii'.-i in-i iitio.n; ca Ii sub si queut insertion . 7 L'r.srs, or 6 Cents whin i.nm > ii i> im ki i ihku luv, Contrac? tors are not uPono I to o-.ee .1 ti oir t-pA e or mi-anise other than their leiti linsto business, except bj payiug especially ror til- same* Tb>. WriiKi.v ViaotNiAN ami Csaoi.tsiAN...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 19 May 1895

PORTSMOUTH NEWS Portsmouth Brevities Compiled for Quick Reading. fccting Lieutenant of the Police. Mr. (Miemeyer's New Position. A Painful Accident. Left for Raleigh. Personal Men? tion. Busy Politicians. Rogation Sunday. Tires were iudispensablo yeator flay. There has not been a marriage this month. Thoro will bo no meetings of any fcind this week. There wss no docket in the Mayor's Court yesterday. Head the advertisement of the Lili pntian wedding. There wili he a week of baseball bo ginning to morrow. Tho Portsmouth team will reach homu this muruiug. A chicken thiof was ruu out of a yard ?n Washington street Friday uight. The open cars will bo put ou the liue ae soon as the wtathor turns warm enough. OtUoer Hoofnaglo's leave of absouoe expires to-day. lie will go uu duty to uight. Tho two twelve-inch guns for tho Texas turrett will ho placed in position to-ruorrow. A number of persons went over to tee the two games hetwoeu Hoauoko and Norfolk. Hoy. Air. Webb is still in Peters? b...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 19 May 1895

LEVY BROS., 174 Main Sto DRESS GOODS. By watching tlie market for dopirablo bargains v?o uro prepared to givo bet? ter values iu drese stud's tbtin you ex? pect to see. A few pieces front oue place aud a few from another, tbey ag? gregate a great assortment, the prices B wonder. 20 pieces beautiful small obeokR. exact copies of imported, at lljc yard: value 15e, 20 pieces changeable worsted made to sell for 20c, take what you wnut of them at 12;c yard. 25 pieces mixed wool dross goods, all sew spring styles every iniagiuablo shade at 19c yard. 25 nieces cashmere, camel's hair, chameleons aud serge, usual Mic, 35c, dowu to 25o yard, 10 pieces lino all wool serge, all fash louable shades and black, ;t. je yard, 10 piece- lino wool aud silk mixtures not 75c, 1 ut 50o yard. Tine all wool ailk finish Henrietta, black,bIso colors; groat value, 50c yard. 1 lot new satieeus, tho new pin stripts, also small checks, looks iiko silk, at 12lo yard. 1 lot fast black satteen, 8o, 10c, 12)0, 15o y...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 19 May 1895

JOHNSTON CHINA COMPANY, 29, 31 and 33 of the 0 GHLH WEEK FOB DINNER SET DEAPARTMENT. re. Etc. OOOC CXXXDDOOOOOOOOOOC OOOO 3000COOO IN OUR LIKE! TBKE B RIINOTE GI.flNCE OVER THEN UND KEEP THIS HD. FOR FUTURE REFERENCE. One hundred choice China Decorated Dinner Sets. 100 pieces, from $;\50 to $25. These are beauties and will be sold at Factory Prices for This Week Only SILVERWEAR AND CUTLERY. FINE SETS AND CLOTH HAMPERS. oooooooc OOOO XXXJOOOCOOOO 00000000 Largest and most attractive line Rieh Cut Glass South of New York at special prices this week. Bric-a-Brac direct from all the leading potteries of the world wdl be closed out at 25 per cent, below manufacturers' prices this week. Something New?just out?long and short stem blower Vases, in Venetian and Bohemiam Glass. Our special in Ice Tea Goblet .s 11 beauty, just the thing lor a drink of ice tea. LAMP DEPARTMENT will be closed out this week below cost, with the latest styles globes ami shades. Our Fancy Decorated China Department...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 19 May 1895

PIONEE vi 0 31 >, uumuivvnu, 1 iwilllll| |UUI11G, ||| Uqtlt?{, |(C, J[(C. BASEBALL UNIFORMS, BICYCLE CLOTHING, ROWING ?ND BATHING SUITS. OCKX)OOOCCK300000COOOOC<XXDC>OOODOOO If you arc not already a rider you will join the host before long. Before purchasing- consider who is the better qualified to serve you Buy where von gel value received, where you have the stock and variety to select from. 3 } JLC ,ve T We Continue to Le OUK STOCK OF WHEELS CONSISTS OF s l?tRAMBLERS, 8PALD ?v\;.k ING8, CRESCENTS. . ?. i ? ,. , , , . . THE 3PALD1NO ROAO RACEH. 14 to 25 pounds, ,yoo for all styles and weights. The OldRe-'to ~i nonnd?: tmn fn .?tu? c? r. liable has been with you for years. Ramblers sold seven ware two eiiie? ~nJt I fi , $ 31 T Sensation of "95": will run in good condition and in constant use to-day! Call and ge'names 0? wheel ' th'S yCar thM 3"y ?thei" make ^anng0htridCrS 01 Kamb,Cr' ThCy WUI SatiSfy -VOU' Ramble,Sj ^eep your eye on the Spalding Bicycle. It will satisfy yo...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 21 May 1895

The Supreme Court Decides That It is Unconstitutional, The Alabama White Cap Cases Heard and the. Judgment ot the Lower Court Was Reversed, Altorney Goocral Barber and tlio Souih Carolina Whiskey Case. Bv Southern Associated Pre<s. "Washington, May "JU.?The Supremo Court hna doctored tliu income tax luw unconstitutional. Tim Chief Justice! announced the following couoltisious: tat, Wo adhere to the opinion nl ready auuouuced that taxes ou real es? tate lining uudirpiitubly direct taxes, tuxes od rci.t or income of reul estate ?ie equally direct taxes. 'id. . Wo are ot the opiniou that iaxos I ou personal property, or on income or personal property, uro likewise direct | laxes, VJrd. Taxes imposed by sections 27 to 5>7,inclusive, of llio act of 1894, so far as il falls ou income ol real estate und of personal property, being a direct lax within the lueuuiug of tho Ooustitu lion, and, therefore, unconstitutional end void, becauae not apportioned ao srordiug to representation, al...

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. — 21 May 1895

Music and Mirth. The Sacred Can? tata "Belshazza." Three Benefits to Be Given To-night, ? and Each One of Them is for a Good Cause. The Disciples' Church, Jackson's Light Infantry,Virginia Exhibit. Th8 concert for tho henelit of tho Virginia exhibit at the Atlanta Exposi? tion will be giveu at the Y. M. u. A. Hall to night. The ladieB in chatgo of tbif eutertainmeut havo arranged for a superb concert, which will be under the special direotiou of Prof. Millor. The admission, including reserved Beats, will be 75 cents. JACKSON LIGHT lNTASTIIY. To-night at Hratubletou Hall there will be a concert and draiuatio enter? tainment lor the benefit of Jacksou Light iufautry. The programme will include aeleciions '?> the Diamond Quartette, and a burlesque by some of the best talent in Hrambletou' A rare treat is promised to those who atteud. Admission 25 cents. TOT THE DlSOIl'MtS' CHURCH. An entertainment will be given to? night at the Masonic Hull for the bene? fit o( the Disciples' Church...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 21 May 1895

THE POPULAR .MILD AND PURE, rM"rr__ nr ALLEN & GINTER XV ANTE?. if^ANTKD?Ag??la imd ooTicUri tor oltjr t?nd M country Kir i he R yal ran hi Society,ol Sew York. Ocad men cau make $W per week, Halirlts raid every Saturday. Apr-ly psistualty u by letIer ts EDWIN <;.' MATTI M, Suporlatetider.t, tu Dank street, Noilolk. nty21-ll< \\' A NTIii)?A position tir an eipetl nenoji a;0irr at with a R""'t knowledge of liookkeeiiTiigand four yean e_iwrl'ncc, for eithtr half day 01 full Vark. Address Miss' X " Boa 626, Norfolk, Va. ?(,19-.1?_ \V AN rED?Good eaina-si'is oo fitlonted article' SI ifiirrnipav and exclusive territory. If you ficani) k i (all before 11 a, m. M Main street, thud Horn. _ IDTlS-ll ANTE! r lli-Cl? \ O KS ES A XI > i <) ~W.i 1? t' ASTF11K hie, Apply to ?Terms.... R. <AVK. Berkley. Vs. AXV I.?iY nit i.I:n I i I m i s , vj>- karn 5_>0 . n-eekly by selling In. Jatksan'l i:tei tro Muj gtetlo Hair Urnshes. It |>reveuis bstr lallliii out fltes it o beau...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 21 May 1895

i -i'll.i PHI ??' IS 5. 1TJBL1SHKD EVKUJt MOUM1SG EXCEPT .uuNDAi. MUG1S1AN BUILDING. MAIN AND COMUEttCB STltEBTS. M. Gl.EXSAN. Ow.sun. THE UinOOLMTON OF THE VlltOINIAN ia LAKUEL.Y IS EXCESS ?>l au.. other lieper publiahi A iu Bas u Vlrglum. fin oireulati u mi Norfolk hihI Portsmouth is t;re?tpr in*ii that "f any paper \ iibiishe t or L'iren ate > iu tin- two c ill - it i? dellTeteil in Ihe cities of Xorf' Ik ?u-l Portsmouth anil suburb' tor in com- a week. ail sub npti >o*. postage paid. F.v Dotlnra per year; three Dollars foi ix months. One Hollar ami Fifty Coats f^r tine ninth', au I rifty Cut- foi on? inonl ? , AinortiM-mcnt? iii?erU.l at the rntool . i Ckm* * s.i-A' kKium in'i ivtii si su h snbse ipient insertion S7J Cksts, or ' r.sT.-< wnis ism 1 i:i> f.vkhV > iiikl? l>av. Contrac? tor* are not allowed to o\co 1 t sir spa 8 >r uci-ertise other lliau tlioir legi imste business, except by paying espocially for the s-rtlill'. Tni WriLiv VniniMAN isn Oiwrii....

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. — 21 May 1895

PORTSMOUTH NEWS Pinn nmwm Tales of Facts and Points of New Occurrences. Indiscriminate Shooting in Park View. Richmond Rooters to Arrive. A Youth Arrested For Alleged Swindling. A Revival at Scottsville Baptist Church. I.eaeh will pitoh for tho home team to-day. All tho ouurcbes woro well attended ?Sunday. Mr. Nestor Thoniaa was thought to t)e dying yetterdny. Tho Kicbuiuud peo])le will briDg a baud with them to day. Admiral Brown will send tho Post Hand out ou Memorial Day. the open cars aud conductors wero 4>uc ou for the summer yesterday. 1'iiuo for assessmout of land in Nor? folk county wa8e.\teuded until.luly int. Mr. Samuel W. Cotton i3 extremely ill with dropsy at his homo lu Scotts ViHe, Stonewall Camp committee mot last night aud coupleted all arrangements lor Memorial Day, Kdward Williams, oolorod, was com? mitted to tho county jail yesterday for carrying a pistol. There was ijuite a thunder storm last ri(;ht and a heavy full ui rain, which lusted for some time. Tho pol...

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. — 21 May 1895

Mrs. Lease, of Kansas, a Telepa? thist and Hypnotist. She Believes That the Time Will Come, and is Not Far Distant, When Men Will Work Mira? cles. How Sho Hypnotized a Republican. Mary E. Lease of Kansas la possessed of the power of hypnotism to an unusual degree. To a correspondent sbo spoko frooly of her accomplishments along those lines. Sho said : "Nothing is Impossible in this day and ago. Tho process of evolution has progressed as far as it can. and tho de? velopments of science OTO u demonstra? tion to ns that our eyes cannot see as ?well as a camera. Wo have for yiTira been ablo to convey messages to groat iistnuces by telegraph, and there is no reason why we should not convoy them ?with oqn&l accuracy by thought. 1 have frequently seut thought messages to Hun Francisco and received accurate answers to them. For many yoara I have known that I possessed a large amount of elcc triciby. The same words addressed to an nudinnce, with tho same gestures and j tho some intonatio...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 21 May 1895

COMMERCiaL REPORT. nuiM'v Market Bv Southern Associated Trait). Yoiik. Slav .0.?Money on call easy <? lalt per cent . clusiug at Ij per .cut. ItcrliBK eX'-liaut;o in llrm r.witli actual btisi ?mi iu bankers' bills at 136)a48tfj tor sixty ?/ays anil 487lal8i| for demand. Posted ?Mtos. 4871a issi. Commercial bills, 48jiatsii. CoT.tnn out bonds, firm. tbb bti ob MIKkKT?CL03IXU bios. American Cotton Oil, 2K}: Amsriean Ont tou Oil. pref, 78}: American fuBj.n- Kelln? er es, 117/; a-- oni'?u ugar ileQuarios.pref. Wts Amor-can tobacco, lotlji Ainericsn To? bacco, pref, >111: Atchisoa, Toiioka mi I Santa I n. 7;: Ualtimon and Ohio, L:2{: fan-' ?<ln Pacific. 52: Chesapeake aUil Ohio, 22: t'hioago ami Alton, 150: Chleigo. Burliue; tou and QuinOV, 7J.: ChicagoQa* Truat. 7 . , f'i-laware bum LuokuwaUtia, 1031; Distil (era aad Cattle Feeders. 22 j Kris. 121: Brie. |>ref., 27; General Electric, 83}; 111.inns i'uii Iriil, 9?; Lake Brie and Western, 21; Lake V-rio and Western, prof.. 7?;...

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. — 21 May 1895

MBlyuu?fuleiP?u, riish Misrule in Cuba Has En. r gendered the Strife. Lack of Roads Stimulated the Up P rising. Climate a Strong Factor In Proof of the Insurrection? ists. Spanish Losss in Twenty Years. tf tbo Spanish rule in Cuba wero not 4neompetout as well as tyrannous, it would not he. easy for tho insurrection? ists to keep the island in turmoil for years, as they have done before, and as - they are likely to do now, unless, hap? pily, thoy tire Spain out and win tbeir independence ?without u long struggle. What ban Spitin done since the ten yonrs' war ending in to render the recnr? renee of atjeb a oonflict difficult or im Ciblo? The railroad between the two _GSt oitios of the island, one of them, Santiago, the headquarters of tho pres? ent Spanish operations, is not yet half completed. Tbo mountains overloiking both tlio north sind south coasts of east? ern Cubs are now haunted by patriot bands, who, having cut tht> telegraph Wiri*s, cvn play tho mischief without having th...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 22 May 1895

THE ?11 ASSEMBLY Of Presbyterians in Session at Dal? las, Tex. A Fine Body. Lieu tenant-Governor H?ge Tyler, ot Virginia,in Attendance. Rev. Moses D. H?ge a Delegate to Attend tlio Celebration of Foun? dation of the Church. By Southern Associ.ito.l free*. Dallas, Tex., May 21.?The Assent tjly met at .1 u. m. After the, usual |>reliruiuiiries a mossnge was rend from the Northern General Assembly: FiTTHWCiui, Pa., May 51.? To the G'tM trat Atsembly of the Presbyterian Church in (he United States iti &'es' 1 - e/o/i at Dullun: "The General Aeserably iD session at fittaburg cordially reciprocate your fraternal greeting aud invoke upou yon lu all your work the blessing ol the 1 ri sine Gu,I. See lipuetsiabs, )?> chapter, ?ers6B :1, G a ud 0. (.feigned i "H. R, Bootb, Moderator. W. Ii. Roubbts, Stated Clerk." The Committee on Bills und Over? tures reported, declining to appoint na ?d interim committee ou the relation ehip ol uuotlicial persons to public teachers, lbo report whs ...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 22 May 1895

i mm pilot suit The Demurrers to the Declaration Argued. f udge Heath Opens Argument in Able Speech. Demurred to Entire Declaration. Explains Lan? guage and Objects to Ten Counts. Tho MasseT-l'iloi suit was called in the City Circuit Court yesterday uud counsel" argued the deninners which ?were tiled several days ago, to the declaration. Capt, Jobu S. Wise, of New York, aud Mr. liyrd, of Winchester, could .not be present but Messrs. Ileuth, llarminsou A" lleatli and .Sninuel W. Suiaii appeared lor the deieusu und Messrs. Tbom, Neeiy aud Walk for Mr. Massey. While the attendance was uot as large as on the tirst culling of tho case there were several gentlemen present ?who appeared to be greatly interested, Court was called 10 order ut 11:16 by Deputy ShsrilV Mincer, and .lu.igo Heath opened for the defence, saying that he demurred to Iii? entire decla ration. He declared that the dealers tion puts a forced aud strained con? struction ou tho words of the defence, that were uttered wit...

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