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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 30 May 1895

niotiov MavrUut Bv Southern AssooiaAod Prsit. | Saw York. Mnv 28.?Money on call eisy rt lall por cent., closing at 1 per tent. Ster? ?ug exchange in Uriu. with actual business In banket ?' bills at 487*4871 for Bixty days ? ud 4i$al8Si for demand. 1'osted rates. 4871*488}. Commercial bills, 486ialt>lil, Qov? ?mn.ant bonds, turn. sue ktock market?ci/1siwc1 mus. American Cotton Oil. 27J: American Cot? ton Oil. l ref. 744: Auiericun Sugar HcQu srics. 117; An oricau Sugar Henneries, prof, $'}: American Tobacco. 1155: American To? bacco, prof. 112; AtHiiBOU, Topoku and Saat? Is. 7j: Baltimore and Ohio, 02; Can ?<ia Pacific 62; Chesapeake aud Ohio. 22is Chicago and Alton, ISO: Chicago, Hurling Ion aadQuincy. Wf| Chicago Gas Truet.731: )!clawaro and I.akc.iwauua. 101: Distil ? rrt end Cattle Tenders. 201: Krie. Il{; Erie, ?ref.. 27J: General Electric. 841; Illinois Ceil tral, 95; I uke Krio ami Western. 24}; Lake 1,'rio aud Western, prof.. 82: Lako Shore, 115!; Louisv...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 30 May 1895

Sobering Ground for the Convivail and Rest for the Weary. The Natural Reformatory at the French Lick. Where the Air is Impregnated With Sulphur for Miles. A Very Interesting; Entertainment. [Special Correspondence.! Louisville, May 20.?Although tho French Lick is in tho stato of Indiana, it is called tho "sobering up ground for Kentuckians" for tho reason that on CO or tvrice a yoar the hi unions portion of tho Blue Grass Stato empties itself into this natural reformatory. I say "natu? ral reformatory," for to imbibe old Bour? bon, tanglefoot or any intoxicating liq? uor in conjunction with tho waters of the place is considered snre death. It is amusing to seo how some of tho old soakers tempt the grim monster. How lovingly they look at the bottle of old Bourbon, brought along "in ease of an accident," and with what a "so near and yet so far" air they replace it in n convenient place, for transfer to their pertmantcans when the welcome day of departure shall arrive! The waters are m...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 31 May 1895

1 MONUMENT DEDICATED _? Chicago Pays a High Tribute to Fallen Southern Heroes. Whose Memories Wilt Forever Bo Kept Green in the Hearts of the People, and Rhyme and His? tory V/ill Sing Praises of Their Great Devotion. By SoutUeru AtwaoiutuJ Pro?. Chicago, May 30.? The extreme heat pt yosterduy i ud giveu place to a cuoluc?!i and the sky wus slightly over? cast, when t?e distinguished otlioms of the lute wur assembled at the i'atoiur ?ILuuhh ihm morning awaiting the for ?uution of tua procession which was to ?soort tbeui to the station of lue Illi? nois Central Kailroud. Tho time sut for the parade to moTO wus 8 o'olouk, ?iut it was ue&r D wlica alt the arruuge aacuts wore completed und tho veterans t>t the great struggle took their places lu oarnages. Accompanied by martial music the escort wus formed on Siuto street. 1 u the throng were meu whoso names ?were historical, There were Loug .street uud l'lt/.hiigh lieu, Jobu C, Ulaok and Gen. John M. I'm I tu er, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 31 May 1895

To the "Truckers," Who Have Won Five Out of Seven. The Norfolks Find Leach for Ten Hits While Portsmouth Touches Mc? Donald Up For Eighteen. Rich? mond, Lynchburg, Petersburg and Roanoke Games. Wbcre tlio ?Hub IMav To-llar. Portsmouth at Norfolk. Ivrnohbarg at Richmond. Koauokti at Petersburg. Mandlus; or ilia ?lub*. Won l.o-t Par Cont. Richmond. JM I J.vrchburg. ii-' 1? Portsmouth. iu 10 Petersburg. 1'2 IU Boanoke. 10 21 l\orfollt. ?I M -314 r Gam.s iorftited to Petersburg and Ports? mouth iucluded in NortolU los> coluuiu. League Park was well patronized yesterday atternoon to witness tho I game between tbo "Truekers" and the ?Vlums" and tbo latter tnot with another doleat ut tbe hand ot tbe for? mer. Tbe game in detail would not I be very interesting as there would have to be some things said that would not be pleasant,so TllE virginian Will be content by suyiug that the first three innings looked very pleasant I from a Noriolk etuudpoiut. thu locals | having fcored one...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 31 May 1895

Dr. Deane's\ QICK HEAD* \? ACH? is us Dyspepsia] "a!!y c*used hl / * r * indigestion. If l you take Dr. JrlllS V Deanc's Dyspep / sia Pills, you Cure Sick i won't have sick V headache. Headache. I Send tu ui for a free tainple. / DR. J. A. DEANE CO., Al nil druggists', 15c / Kingston, New Yolk. VtKTRUi jl YOUKO MAN wanls i..n in office lias ?>td J\ tl.rc? ??:?!>' <??<?? i v on typewriter; willi ?dt hand ?ud willin In ?mk p i main nl or leiu f r.iry. Addre!s"M.," this otlicc. niyai-U* B11ARI? ? One 1-inc.le and "lie ?!< n'.lc 10 in ran be had ?iii. hoard i" dcsliab'ejlo ulity for $1(1 per niuuth Address A. B. 0, Virginian Office ?nay2*-t I' 1 (JESTS -Art quickly; Preserving Hook Bpoon V? Oreatettaellai WJX .- nd.tits foi riilistxe i.l.ueil boon by nialL. lUK-llKCA MAK1N, Cln tjiuuall, 11. S\'AN i II' ? M> !i Hi nl' in suburb* of ?I Norf lk "ii Iii? histaliueut p an. Ahm w I i fecomtuoiidatloai io .INfJ. 0. PARKEltSnN, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 31 May 1895

' ESTABU'lUtb 1856. PUBLISHED EYEBY MOBNINO EXCEPT VIRGINIAN BUILDING. MAIN AND COMMERCE STREETS. II. QLENNAN. OwxtH._ THF. OIKOULAVIONOE THE VIRGINIAN 1? LABUELY IS EXCESS of au> other uVper published iu East ru Virelula. *M? circulation in Norfolk and lortsmouth is creator than that ?>t auy paper publishod or vivoutate.1 in the two cities. it is deliverxd in the cities or Norfolk nnd Portsmouth aud suburb* for 10 ceuts a week >'atl suln. riptious, rosuge paid. Five Dollars por year; Three. Dollars lor ~ix nioalhB. One Dollar and Fifty Cent? for throe months: and Htty Cents lor one ^Advertisements inserted at the rate of "'> Cr m s A SofAi aFlHST iNst.ttlloN: each subso qnent insertion 371 CkNTS, or 6j * mpm VIIKN 1SHM TKI> 1CVRB? OTIIElt t>AV. Colltrac lors are not allowed to exceed their spa o or advertise other than their legitimate busiuess. except by paying eepocially for the same. THK YYJIMY VtK.llMAN AM&am...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 31 May 1895

PORTSMOUTH NEWS PICKED UP 1IE STREETS News Notes Gathered From All Parts of the City. Ten Days for Disorderly Conduct. Reported for Being Asleep on His Beat. A Widow Lady's Misfor? tune. Returned From Pocahontas. May steps out to tluv. Ttio circus iu Norfolk to day will be ? drawiug card. James Opideu was arrostod yesterday for atealinK a pialul. A run mad dog was killed on South street yesterduy afternoon. Twelve meu of tlio toldier companies returned homo last night. Tbero is a regular baseball fever among tbo f;irla as well as tue boye. Yesterday wivs the hottest yet. Tbe thermometer crawled up in tbo eighties. A white man was nrrestod yesterday ctiarged with Btoahug 2~) cents worth of paiut. Delaware Page was committed to jail for sixty days yesterday for carrying a pistol. A tine looking dog was run over and killed on Union bridge Wednesday uight. ? Farmers are taking advantage of this pretty weather and aro working their crops. It is said that another excursion will come in to...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 31 May 1895

Railway Telegraphers Spin Yarns of Interest. The Experience of R; W. Garvie in Preventing a Railway Ooliision. A Very Close Shave and an Accident Averted. The Girl .With the Red Hat. The national convention of tho Order of Railroad Telegraphers recently as fonibled at St Ixmis. Of course they Bwapped yarns and experiences, of which samples aro given below: R. W. McQarvio tells a story of an experience ho passed through on tho Canada Southern a great many years ago, when he prevented a wreck by throwing his lantern at a rapidly pass? ing engine in which both tho engineer and fireman wore asleep. '"I was located at Nowport, Mich., then," said he. "Tho train was an ex? tra, and running on special orders, which gave it the right of track against the regnlnr passenger train. "Miko Coylo was tho tvniu dispatch? er, and ho sent mo a hold order, which meant that the extra would rneot tho regular passenger train at Newport in? stead of at tho station beyond. It wns in the winter, and I romom...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 31 May 1895

A Very Matter-of-Fact and Busi? ness-Like Bargain, Husband No. I Leaves Town td Dodge a Constable, Leaving His "Fix? ings" and W.fe With. His Part? ner, Who Pays $10 for the Whole Outfit. The dleappeurnuco of George Fdraham. alter selling his wife for f 10 to Oscar Luce continues to be tho talk of Sag harbor, N. Y. Miss Anna FOrdham bad lived all her life in and about Sag Har? bor until sho astonished tho community l>y marrriug Charloy Faulkner, "tho loap peddler," bnt Charloy tired of his brido aud fled. Then Georgo Fordhum appeared. Ho hud cut loose from hit) old associations fttPntehotfue aud came, liko a gay Loeh Invar, into tlto east. Some inherent fjUalities appeared to attract the grass Widow and George Fordhain, tho fish trapper. "Let's get spliced?" said Goorge. "Let's," answered Ann. Tho fact that Ann had a husband living scorned to bo no bar to tho nnptinl urrangoiueut. ' Mattere wont along in tho dull rou lino which marks lifo in that section of Long Island un...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 31 May 1895

IHK MnjBI Effects ?f 1h e New Tariff on the Country's Business, A Very Decided Improvement in the McKinley Law. Revenues Raised Predict a Surplus in 1086. In? crease In Exports and Im? ports. Object Lesson. i The report of the on renn or statistics giving the exports and imports of Lite United States for the month of March makes it possible?by collating these re? turns with previous statistic*?to deter? mine approximately the practical work? ing and effoct9 of the new tariff law, which did not go fully iuto operation until Jan. 1, 1805. It is rather reassuring than otherwise to noto that tho revenue raised by the new tariff during tho quarter ouding March 31, 1805, was $45,615,806. At this rate tho total rovennoof tho current calendar year derived from cuntonis will bo $189,461,564 ivnd would indicate tho possibility of a surplus beforo 1S9?. It also appears from data obtained from the bureau of statistics that tho vulno of manufactured good? exported from tho United States during (...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 1 June 1895

Morris Schoenholz an-Expert Fire Bug in the Toils Of the Author ities of New York City. He Has Served a Sentence for Ar? son. The Author of the Flash Fires That Puzzled tho Police. 117 Southern Aasooiato.I l'rosa. ' Hew Yoke, Muy 31,?Morris Sehoon liolz, tbe prisoner held at police head quarters oil a charge of arson, tins con? fessed. As a result many arrests uro ?o follow. Schoeubolz confessed to Sir in;; at least lnul a dozeu houses iu ?Ins oity by preurrangonicut for tbe insurance. "Ouo tire" in YouUers was oil pre? pared and ready when it was prevented |>y accident, tio t hut did not couio oil. 'I he tires that "panned out" were ull ret with benzine cu bladder plan. This plan is us 8 tuple un it is effective. fi|Tbe doomed (tore or tint is spriukled ith alcohol aud a bludiicr filled with lhe iutlaiuniuble stuft'is uu.speudod from the ceiling. Then it is set on tire and when the flunies reach the bludder there is un explosion which destroys tbe property end every vest...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 1 June 1895

;he Wildness ef" Pitcher Weeks Lest the Game Yesterday. The ?? Clams " Outfield and Outbat The "Truckers," Yet They Fail To Win. Who Is The Jonah in the Team ? The " Root? ers" Want to Know. The game yesterday after no -.r at League Part; watan uninteresting one, knd tue su1 nil audieuce present did not enthuse to but exteut uotil the uiulli l: inning irbeu Norfolk earued fuiir runs had by good tirauly bitting.ami notwith? standing the lead the 1'ortsmoutii club, tad by reason of Weeks'wilduessiii the first two inniogs. it was anybody's game until the last man was out. Weeks is respouBiblo for the loss of the game for lie gave five men Imsas ou balls iu the ?rat inning aud two in tbe second with only ouo out when ho was jrelieved by Herr, who pitched his usual steady game. The "Clams" Lad their eyo uu the bail too, and would have wou the game in a wall;, but for the reason stated above. The ?'??Truckers" failed to do their usual good hitting, and their fielding at times irai ragged....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 1 June 1895

THE Sheriff of Anne Aruntlcl Co., Md., says: "1 have used Dr. Dcane's Dyspepsia Pills for indigestion and weak stomach, which had troubled me for some time, :.nd was soon cured by them. "/(omiticr thfnt the gteat family medicine, "If taken when required, they keep the stomach in a hcalthv condition.' THOMAS J. LI NTH ECUM, Sheriff. Th-:ee pit!', one taken after eai li meal, always cure dyspepsia und kindred ailments. AI AlUggistt', :$ cciils. SfiJ lulu lei a liec sample. DR. J. A. DEANE CO.. Kingston, New Yot* "\\* an I lp-a good labor it once; nni t un'cr V> ?land cutting ami lilt lug, AiiiiIj o> Ibe I roltlSMOUTil TAILOKIXti company. " Hi^h ilrect, Poitsmouth, Va. i 4 VOPX?! MAN wants position in oil e; lias had fibres years'exp rieaie on typewriter; wil:*-., i ir baad and willing lo work, p?rmaucut or i,mu ?> rary, Addrc*x "M.," this nllivr. j.l-lt j Vor can CLEAR S23 TO SlOO WEEJ KY.? J (I1 lulu your > at - Bgen }: do ii"t ?iitwor Uli-...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 1 June 1895

l Published kyi-.bv morning except MONDAY. VIKQINIaN UUTI.DINO. & ISAIN AND tOMMEhCESlTlEBTS. W'.__M. OiiEXNAN. Owyr.n._ . !??? ~THE OlllOb'EATlOMOF TUE YTItGlNlAN ?) U LARGELY IN EXOESS of hu> other vapor published in Eastern Virginia. HfeT; fig circulate ai in Norfolk axiA Portsmouth ffi i? ureMor than that of nuy paper piilue-hed i or orcuiatod in the two cuiu*. EaS it ii delivered iu tho citiui? of Norfolk und Portsmouth au.l imb.irb? for It) cenU a week. vail ? -.1.- npti.ni?. postage paid. . Piv? Dollar* per year; Threo Dollars lor Tx mouths. One Dollar ami Fifty c.Vnt- for threa moutks: ami Titty Oenti for ouo inont-J. Advertisements iunertod nt thoratoor h Csmi A Sgr.*i kFik>i is-nniuM each mbim queut insertion ;t"l Okvts. or f< ? rrvr* win:* inm.i ir.ii k.vkrV 1'iiiui i'.iv. t'outrac-. , tors are not alton'od to exceed tlioir spa o or mbortise other tl.nn tboir lORiiiinsto 'busiucss, except by pavin,; especially for ? ? the same....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 1 June 1895

PORTSMOUTH NEWS As It Is Found and Reported by a Hustling Representative. Officer Brittingham's Case. St. Joseph's Picnic. Hick's Predic? tion. A Scarcity of Prisoners in the City Jail. Will Board at the St. Cloud. To morrow wiil be (Joniuiuuion Sun tiny, Sunday school piouies will begin (text week. 'Ihe OouDty Court adjourned for the term yi:.terduy. All the tohools will be closed this month sotno ti:ue. Yesterday was the hottest day of the y/ear almost everywhere. Early closing will beg'" with Bomo *>!' the merchants next week. A large number of people went over to Norfolk to the circus yesterday. Mrs. E, 13. ?oodson loft yesterday for a twoweoks' visit to Windsor, Va. Tax on dogs begins to-day. Those vIjo own one should bear it in mind. The Shonllof ltaleigh left yesterday morning with Kulhn Council, the oa caped convict. The Lilliputian marriage was pre eeuted nt tho Park View Motuodist Church lost night. Tho Portsmouth baseball team will move to Mrs. Collins' boardin...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 1 June 1895

A Girls Perilous Flight in a Burn? ing Balloon. Although Hanging on a Trapeze She Had Presence of Mind to Loose Tho Parachute. The Big Umbrella Also Caught Fire. Narrow Escape. In the littlo town of Uympie, New JJeuth Wales, just a month ago, accord? ing to papers brought by tho Australian steamer Hiowera, a crowd of curious sightseers were treated to an exhibition which for the tint* held them ppell fcouudwlth hearts that Roomed no longer to boat, aud which when sbo terrible tension was rolaxcd and thoy know thoy wore act to be the witnesses of an awful though fascinating fatality left the strongest men as weak as children and as hysterical as women. The tqwn asd country roads had been t>illod with flaming posters for wcuks before annonnciug that Mile. Essio Vio? la, the queen of American aeronauts, would givo a balloon nsootunou und a paraohnte descent Tho day canto, and the expectant little folk of Gympie gathered with thoir eiders to soo tho show. Tho hut was duly pas...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 1 June 1895

COMMERCJlllPOilT. ' i:.v Mnrliet Bv Southern Assooiatad Prosa. t'EW TOUR, Mnv 31.?Money on call easy at lali porceut.clo.iiu? nt 1* per ieut. Stev ttugoxchauge firmer, with actual business In batiken' bitte at 487^487} for sixty days ?ml 4^!ol8,!t for demand, rotted rate?. eoSnlS'.t. .Commercial bills, 48?>isGi. Uot itnn ent Loudi, Mini. IHRSTl CS M1IIKV.T? 01031X0 BIDS. American Cotton Oil. 2!t: American Cot* ton Oil. iref, 74: American Sugar llofln e,r?s. 117i; An orienn sugar l.'otineries. prof. 1U0: American Tobacco. lift}: American To lincco, pref. Iii: Atchisoti, Toiieka und vunta fce. 7|: Baltimore aud Ohio, 62; Can ? * Pacific, 624; Chesapeake nnd Ohio. 22): Chicago nnd Alton, 160: OhioagO. Ilur?ug ?on Hudyuiucy. >l: Chicago OasTreat.741; ? ?daw?re au t I.akoa wanna. 1691; Distil? lers and Cattle Feeders, 214: Erie. 10: Erie. rref.. 20; Oiuernl Electric. 8ft: Illinois Cen? tal, 96; I aV.fi Erl? au 1 Western. 24: Luku t:rie nnd Western, pref.. 82: Lake S...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 1 June 1895

Will Cross the Atlantic in a Cockle? shell Craft. ' Bob McCullom Desires to Become Famous. The Contemplated Trip May Occupy Forty-five Days. His Only Company Will Be a Littla Scotch Terrier. All tho old salts who hnug about "Black Tont," cu tho Oommunipaw shore of Now York bay, aro agog over a ?malt yawl rigged craft brought lo on tho deck of the "down oast" schooner Abbio K. Bentloy. Whou they learned that a lfl-yoar-old boy proposes to cross the Atlantic iu tho nondescript, their wonder grew, nnd thoy spent tho day Bounding the timbers of the diminutive vessel aud giving vent to ejaculations iu strange sea slang. Tho akippor of tho small craft is Rob? ert McCnllom, who hails from Dundee, Scotland. Ho is a oimny looking lad, bearing tho stamp of tho sou and tho Btain of salt from his head to his heels. Most of his years have been spent knock? ing np and down tho American coast.'--, gathering scraps of knowledge of navi? gation hero and there. Ono would not care to trust him with a ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 2 June 1895

VOL. L?NO. 11. NORFOLK, VA., SUNDAY, JUNK 2, l?it? PRICE 2 CENTS The "Clams" Drop Three in Suc? cession to the "Truckers." And the Poor "Rooters" Are Sorrow? ful. General Improvement Notice? able, Which, if Kept Up, Will Cut Quito a Figure Before the Season Ends. \Vlioro On. Club IMny To-HorroVr. Poanoke at Portsmouth. Norfolk nt l.ynohburg. Richmond at Petersburg. Staadlui; of (be flnb*. Wan J.o.t Per CeuU Richmond. B6 7 .78S J.viiehburg-.21 13 .1117 I'orthMoutb. 20 10 -u.r.5 Petersburg. 13 'i'i .3i'i jioanoke...'.. 11 23 .H2SI eSorfclk. 11 -? .au: ?dome forfeited to Portsmouth iaoludod ta Norfolk los column. The third and Inet gunie of the sories between the Norfolk nud Portsmouth toame took placo yosterday afteruoou before a fair sized audiouoe, the ma? jority of v. inch, however, camu from 5'ortsmouth to see tbeir petti keep up their reaord in winning gnmes from the koine team, iu this tin y were not dis? appointed, for nt the eud of the game Ihn ?coro ?tood ? to 4 agaiust tun O...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 2 June 1895

Items of General and Personal Note from City Sources. Children's Day Exercises. Refused to Grant a Writ of Habeas Corpus. Personal Notes. Military and Pinafore, and Numerous Oilier Items. Mr. O. M. Serpcl and wife havo ro> turned from Boston. Miss Lizzie Bouthgate has returned home from Columbia, 8. C. Mayor Jt'ettit ooudncted services at the Union Mission last night. There will be a rehearsal for Pinafore Tuesday eveuiug at 8 o'clock. Might aud day foroes are being worked on the Ooeun View Hotel. Madame Cualia will sing at St, Paul's Church this morniug at the 11 o'clock serrice, Awuiuga are being put up over the windows of the city olliccs til the new market building, Mr. Barton Myers and family havo gone to Virginia Beach to occupy their cottage for the summer. There will boa meeting of Norfolk Typographical Union No. 32 tbis afternoon at 2 o'clock in Lmerold 11ml, The Sumnior sohodule of the Nor? folk, Albemarle and Atlantio Kail; road will go into e?'eot on tho Oth o...

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