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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 15 June 1895

COMMERCIAL REPORT. TtloucY JInrUet By Southern Assooiatod Press. VewI Von?. Juno 14.?Money ou cull onsy at 1 per cent . closing at 1 yor cent. Sterling exchange is firm, with actual ?jusincs? in honkers' bills at 488!ii4S-? Tor Sixty dnvs and 489} for demand. Posted rates. 48:'ii4!0. Commercial bills, 487}ul38, CioTtrnir.ont bonds firm. tub STOCK 5! A 1:1. V i?CI.OSlNil BIOS. Iroorican' Cotton Oil. "271: American Got lor. Oil, \ ref. 7H.>: American Sugar He fin ? ruB, llTi; An encau Sugar iletinories. pier, ICOi: American Tobacco, lit: American To toucco. ]>ret'. 1141; Atoliisoii, Topeka an 1 Santa Fe, 100: Baltimore anil Ohio, 02?: Can? ada Pacific. 53!: Chcaiipeake and Ohio. '2'2': (liioagoand Alton, 18a: Chicago. Burling |oii audQinney. -5}; Chicago Gin Trust, 75; ? 'elnware and Lackswauua, 162: Distil ers aud ( attle feeders. Ill: Krie. 101: Krie. fref.. 22 naked: General Kleotrio. :!5:: Jllmois eutral/J?; I uke Kris and Western.'24C- Lake trie ami Western, prof.. 831; Lak...

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. — 15 June 1895

WINDMILLS ON THE FARM. Conspars-ttva Cheapness of This Tower For Pumping Water?Steel Mills. The fact that iu some sections of (lie country nearly every farm lias its wind liniil indicates tho popularity of this power for elevating water. It is trtio that the winii cannot bo depended upon to work the mill for more than six or .eight hours a day on an average, and that sometiuios entiro days may pass rwhen there is not onongh air in motioti to torn tho mill. This is, to bo sure, a serious fault, while partial if not entiro ?destruction of tin> mill may result from ts high wind, but against this we must i place tlio comparative cheapness of this .power, both so fur as tho first exponso is concerned as well as the cost of running it. Although tho purposo for which wind engines are best adapted is tho pumping of wnter as it can Ivj stored in tanks or reservoirs for nso wliou there is nol suf? ficient motion in tho uir to turn the mill, they have otlier nses to which they are fairly we...

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 June 1895

INTERVIEW V. ITH ZOLA. TTho Man of tho Iron P?u Talks Frooly to rai Atuerloan. ?fl)? Iiiternatlris Personality?tili Wn.vt of Llvtuc ud Vi urUlnd and [Ion Ho IIa* TuniDtl Out Bucll sn Im-rodlUlo dumber of Novcti. [copriiionT, is?;.l Cola, "the man of the ir?ii pen." "the fepltiloss," "the master," "the teacher," *-thc animal," "tho only one who sees iife ns life is, "the mountebank," "the ?ublime"? Zola sat in a low chair in Iiis billiard room, talking' earnestly. Ho iscot tin? large mail whom wc have %>ech taught to expect to bsc. lii:t heed only is bi;^. Ho is barely of medium Sleight, ami a heavy stoop -liier? that <?f r. mdii who 1ms been bent by a great ?weight of heavy work?lowers his ?houlders and makes him appear even Bhortcr than ho really is- His fa'-:' ??with its pallid yellow, i:i front of which the still very dark beard stands Tforlh with almost startling emphasis; with its painfully deep and dearly de? fined furrows running across the* brow and dow n the rides of ...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 16 June 1895

ANARCHISTS OF PARIS. dfc. Visit to Thoir Roaorts and a ailtnpso of Their Ways, Kh* S?crot Polle?! anrt Crluio?\T!? Drm Wbrrc Human Beloc? HerU Tocelb ?J l.lUo l>JMJ ttlr tll*\I~llthr Finer* Ar? licpl Oimu. icornuuuT. W5 ; LR IS Is a com? edy, with two in i llion people in tho east." 1 wrote thatonoe. feeling that 1 had l)acn truth f u 1 and epi g r h mraatic ut tlie same time. Hut this morning, nftor n night with the police poking' and prying about in the hidden places of thhs strange mr Crouolis I 'c*l Inclined to write: ''Purls in a melodrama, with just enough ,>f oomsriy to prevent it from darkening into a tragedy." \Ye drove rapidly from tho Hotel Terminus. Detective Monitor, a brign flip.r of thv Service do Snrote. or secret eorvico, was my gu.ml, having been as? signed to tho task by 51. Orochefort, Ibo commissalro. Superintendent Byrnes, of New York, lvad already told xms about him. M. Uonlier was sent to 3?ow York not lonf r.:j^n to take a fa jBonsmirnlerer back to Fra...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 16 June 1895

CHAMPION HUNTKESS. fcflrs. J. B. Yeardsloy, of Or.?for ' ila, and Soins of H?r Exploits. by a Grlstxly Bear?A Woma? IThn Sponds Hfir Tluio Hanglnc Oi? ITeotlilllii or tlio Slarr&e In I'm ??lt of Uljf tieiae. caure she and her husband spend mont <pf their time ranjiuir thu foot hills and the heiphts* of t.tie Sierras, hunting for feears, deer, wildcat*, tuonutuiD lions ?and anything ?Im which they consider ?}f enough consequence to shoot. b'or Jtbo lust dozen years they have been ftamiliar Qguros In the Sierra Nevadas. {larticularly in the region surround njr King's river canyon, altliough they Slave M,uif'ii:n. .. extended their hunt? ing expedition us fur north as V ose mite it/alley. They have a little rauch in tho Snouutniu.i, tcu or twelve miles fr<,-u tbe Ki::jf'a river canyon, to which they Usually go during- the worst part of the o-aiuy season, uud they soractitacs Spend thcro a tnoath or so during tho ?spring- and summer, putting in J.n<l caring- feu- a little c...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 16 June 1895

HELLEN OSBORN'S LETTER. Bow to Oonooot Protty Waists for a Summer Wnrcirobo. KIMinm ami < lilfTmi ! lu-nr Airy >'otblng?Go n Lone Way Iri Making Out of Nothing ? Croat !>?>;?! ? Unique frocks. icoPTRinriT. IK-M III) clever girl who is contriv? ing a sJnuucr wardrobe out of a limited num- ! tier of dollars cannot do hotter i than to l>*>k ujj ! a bargain sale of luce, ribbons and nccordiou-p 1 a it ed chiffon. With 'these, she can make ono gown mas iquenule as a multitude. A cropon skirt, 5n color a dark green .>r navy blue, with #Slk bodiee or sleeves matching the lekirt, is a dre_sK whi 'h lentU itself par? ticularly well to the masquerade idea, [but It must be well cut, for these airy jfniry coUarptt.cs and vests lire meant {for dooorative effedt, and cannot be jfi.tcd to hide n botch in lit or a badly finished gown. The bodice goes host ?with a blouse front and a plain band of xibbon at the neak. It can be worn thus in all its simplicity in the street, !but f...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 16 June 1895

PRINCESS ALEXANDRA. Her Grandmother Would I.Ike lior to Marry Prince Kniest. Should Princess Alexandra (if Soxe Coburg-Uutha, whoso portrnit i.s given bcrowilh,niiirry Princo truest of Holu u lolie, there will bo no one who is likely to he more pleased (hau tho bride's grandmother, Queen Victoria For not only is Prince Ernest heir to the vast esiuiLi and immense wealth of hit, la? ther, tho present governor general of Alsace-Lorraine, but hu is also persona gratissima at the English court, tho quoou having treated him during Iiis residence in England not a more Bee? ret ury of the Ouruian embassy, to which he was attached, but ns a very near and d.Jir relative. This is not surprising when it is boruo iu inibd that his father, Prince liermnun, is the sou of her maj? esty's half Bister, Foodore, to whom sho was so warmly attached. When tho queen's mother, the Dochesa of Kent, died, her last words wero to couimond her other daughter, Feodore, und the lafter's children to Victoria, aud ...

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. — 16 June 1895

' lOOPVniGHT. 18*51 (, 'Thjs will bo again, summer for the ilaundresses, If ?e prophecy be truo {(that it is to be a white season, and the /indications eertatnly point thnt wot. iOno large New York store has the tp |fpca.Tanco of being prepared for a wed ,?liug fete, so dazzling is the whiteness lot its decorations. Everything In this ! store is white?stockings, frloven, shoes, rparusols. fans, hats, ofe. Cream white jsij'cs are hung upon the walls, and tfwbite embroideries, kerchiefs and low ?1? drapo counter* and pillars. It la astonisliinsr how many dirtcrent vnrie itias of white material there arc, und all jpi'caminon use. To begin with ^ho finest, thsro is tho tcoftlndkt, mnll, wkieh drapes so pret ?iily and befits the willowy maid. Then jjjthoro is the pluln Swiss, which admits |bf many varieties, and yot is loveLineiis iti-.'li. with ao rolief in trimming, and fjs-tho debutante's own, by right of its v purity end sweetness. Thou come tho ! organdies and dotted Swisses, und th...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 16 June 1895

CURING HAY. A Device ffoe Stacking Hay That It DlOi cult to Curs. The Arkansas station, among other "bulletins of vuluo Hent out, hits issurd ??no on ibu curing and storing of cowpea liny, which offers valnablu suggestions to other localities whore foragu plante difficult tu cure in uncertain weather ?\ro grown?as, for instance, alfalfa aud clover. Field curing of cowpea hay re? quires several days, and with tho chances (ji ordinary weather this uieaus duuiago STACK FRAMK V'oltCl'111 NC A Nu Si Olli NC n A Y. tu the vinos, and loss of pods. To obvi stto this difficulty, the station bulletin describes and illustrates a stuck frainu tor curing und storing the pea vines. Thecoustrucl ion is easily explain! <1 by the picture. Two poles iure driven into the ground the desired length apart. To fhese live horizontal plunks aro spiked, sis shown in tho figure, and at each cud Ivro - by 4 strips are nailed for supports. in liltiny tin stack the men begin at tho bottom aud throw in buy eno...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 16 June 1895

STG A FEMIXINE PAD, fo-to-Date Girls to Display Thoir Prowess In tlio Surf. Jat.H'.iruno Marmalda Arc a Birth?The Plv?r Who Know* Hott and the IMver "Who I)or-.n". ? The Sand Rather and Her Man; Vorteilen. icopTntof.x. ikjd.i tt^f*i7 Hli end-of-the century girl who does not know how to swim is UD worthy of the compound ad jectivo which is used to describe her. A course o f swimming lessons is as ! much n part of the fashionable girl's training j&owndays ns tho morning hour of ath glctics, French, riding or music. Within ftho last season it hn.i been elevated to jthc dignity of a fad. so that this sum liner seaside resorts may witness the jmntisual spectacle of young women dash ting fearlessly into the surf and diving ?headlong into tho-foam with a* much (confidence aud apparent pleasure as if {{the oossA were a glass of ice-cream {soda. ) In past seasons the feminine bather |at fashionable Watering places hns not Si ivv* the baxv n.VTrrnBs. fboeo a sight to -inspire rather tempo...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 18 June 1895

VOL. L~-NO. 2i NORFOLK, VA., TUESDAY, JUNE 18, 1895 PKigE 2 CENTS From the Roanokes Yesterday. ''Pop" T?te Was the Mascot. Cote and O'Hngan Make Home Runs. TSehan Plays a Good Game at Sec? ond. Gcier is Still Hitting the Ball. A Tie Game in Lynchburg. fMiar? tltti cinbal'lnr To-D&r.| Norfolk st Itoanoko, Ihi-limon 1 .\t Portsmouth, Pat&rsburg at l.ynchburg. Maui 'nclul Iii? Clubs. Won Lo t Pet Cent {'.iehmood. S.r> 12 -~<U Lynchburg'. is .BOO i Portsmouth. J7 -"J .?61 Petersburg. -I 2ii .lit! JtoiiDuUe. 10 31 . t 0 Norfolk. 15 j; .::to Boanokk, Vs., Juno 17. ? Two innings of GotTfiey'a work in tbe box lost Itoanoko tbe game tbis morning. JlcCiuiu wont 10 the box iu tbe third tnd held Ibe visitors down to three bits mid two rune. PniLlon's work at eecoud and his hutting a eiuc'c, double ? nd a three bagger, wan thi' feutiire of the locals'playing. G'rJagau otnl Cote ciuite homo runs, Scoro: I I Jj* - K I . NOItl <>: K. i; it r<>! i: it po t: Shcrer, If. 1 i ...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 18 June 1895

President Spencer Talks With Bus? iness Men. He Will Make Norfolk the Terminus of the Southern System if the City Will Lease Water Front Prop? erty. Mr. McCormick's Fine Work. Tho first information sa to tho real Inwarduoss of tho large deals in real estate which have boon negotiated by Mr. DawHon McCormick whs given to the publio yesterday, when President Speueer, of tho Southern railway sys? tem, auuouuced that his road would make Norfolk its terminus uuder cer? tain couditious. Since the recording of tho deeds for the Tunis property to Mr. McCormick the people of Norfolk Lave speculated as to what corporation he represented nnd for what purpose tbe property ?would bo used. Tub Viuoinian Sun? day gave all of tho information obtaiu sblo in advauce of a statement from the gentlomuu most interested. It was kuown that the Southern rail? road was iu tho deal, but to exactly ?what extout could not be nseortuined. Thk Virginian can, however, say that for some months Mr. McCormick has bee...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 18 June 1895

Mr ANTED?To rent three rooms, well located, to " amny wtlttnul cli Id reu, leimi mode . Veferemei axebauged. Address lt., care Virgin? ia, Jel.S-,11 \1f* ANTED?Bjr l?t < el r. two cominuulenilug <1 unfurnished rn ta ? Weel i u i. k. ? . Horfolli Virginian o ...jn 18-81* /1!i:i,S MEN and I'OVS WWII.Ii il Hie \JNURI oi.K KltUI i RAI KAQIyWuHK.S, jul3-;t \ITAXTEU The public to kuuir Hut the Mor? st ri-ei lli.nie i* the place lo to 10 en or VI the pleasures I U ach affords ul l-!>.< coil tbaii auywlieio vlseal tbe Ik-acb l" W. MOHRISKIT, t'loprlelor, Hox Is, Virginia Reach. jnb-tl \ ANTI ti A fervam lo .k, w.i-h and ir..n '* and genet at housework at a-1 Ittae a. uuc, firainbte ou. ill 1 '> a H?R9E? AND CARTS wauled f..r gr ding hel'iw Umig v c?, Apply ul 20 llciiryslr.il It. f. W. UKUItAKKU.euutr.et.r jul -:l llUt C~17oitl-D MEN wauled 10 work ?n rail jOM mad at Wliloughhv Spn Apply at*J Henry etieet 11 >*. \V. HltlJIIAKI.lt, toUttaclt r iul.'-tl wasi'kd-Men :o -.|: l...

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. — 18 June 1895

> ~rvni tsnr.n 18>6. PUBLISHED. BVEBY M0BN1NU EXCEPT MONDAY. i Y1BGIN1AN BUILDING. MAIN AND COM.MEUCH BTHBBT8. Ji. OLKNNA.N. QwNf.i.. tntere.i ?? seoombclasa mattor. j T?R OIROULATIOX OF IUB VlltOtNlAN it LAKOEIA IN EXCESS of any otbcr t>arer published in Baal ru Virginia. Ii? circulation hi Norfolu and Portsmouth is er eater than tbnt ol any paper published or . ton ate.l in the two , .11. - .t t itelirornl in ?".? cities of N.'rf.'ll. ana pertsmoath aud suburbs lor in cents a wt*k. ? ail ?iihurlptions, iiosi ige paid. F.r- Dollar? per year; I'brco Pollars lor -ix, mo r.bs. One Hollar mi l Fn'cy i>nls for threr mouths; au 1 fifty Oeuis lor oue niA?Aei?tisenieBts inserted at tlioratoof 70 Ca? ??? ft S- i w aFnun iN-i mi in; each subso quant insertion ?71 Cksts, or 6i Cunts yms is?i.i ti:i> kvkby oTHKH i?.vv. i'ontrac-| tors tri'not nl'owe.l to oxco i tbeir apa o or iiiParlise oilier limn tliO'.r logrimstn business, except by v?.T>"-; aapocially lor tb?- saiuo. ]?. ...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 18 June 1895

PORTSMOUTH NEWS idi"bi ?irios. They Met the ''Truckers!' and Were Captured, Don't You Know. Hallman Was tho Obstacle in tlio Way, Sacked by Gill Edr;cd Fielding and Hitting. A Very Interesting Game. Knorr Receivod Ragged Support, 1 largo crowd assembled nt Lcaguo SPark yesterday afternoon to witness she "truckers" ami iho "Blue Birds" tto battle on the diumoud, and aftor she smoke bad cleared away it rtas dis? covered much to the sorrow und chagrin of the tew Biohmoud rooters present that the "Truckers" had ploughed u furrow through the "Birds" percentage uest, uud ihe littlo pile of oggs they had succeeded in ac? cumulating in ihat direution were not ?o numerous as they were before tho rftiuie, and hero 10 bow it was douo: Svnox, the first mau up, rot lirst on 'Wells' error.but was thrown out trying ?o steal second. Beod secured seeoud cn Groves mull" of an easy By. and vrent to third on Houseman's fnmblo of Jouuoh easy grounder, both of whom ?cored a momont later on Child's two }&...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 18 June 1895

Cloths That Are Handsome, Ser? viceable and Economical. Some New Patterns. One Will be Worn by a Saratoga Belle. Other Handsome Dress Goods For Autumn Wear. An Attrac? tive Dress at Low Price. [Spi-clid Correspondeaoe.] Nkw York, Jnuo 11.?Among tho Tery prettiest materials produced dur? ing the last ten years nro tho alpnea* and mohairs, with their variations. They do not crinkle, ereaaouor luse their ?ich luster or tboir firm solidity. In black thoro i* nothing that can approach tht-ui for usefulness when of good qual? ity. They make serviceable houno dress? es, to which nothing will stick, und they are almost ns rironsy as silk. The alpaca is silk v. ar;> und mohnir tilling. This quality is 40 to 44 inches wide, and uo matter how old it always looks liko new. That with cotton warp grows rusty after a year or so. The new varie? ties, chief among which is tho sicili rott ihk RACES, euno, are coarser in thread und much liko canvas, but always with the same rich gloss. There arc bl...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 18 June 1895

COMU REPORT. nuncr iifnriie? BT Boutberu Associated i'ress. Vswt Vokk. June 17 ? Money on call rasy ?t 1 per cont: dosing at 1 per oeut Ster Iiuk exobnuge strong, "it" actual busiueBs In bankers* bills at 4B?|a48iJ for sixty daya ?nil 4801a1891 for demand. Posted rate?, 4H!'.:i i>. Commcroial bills, 48;f.ut?3. ciov ?ruu.out bou.ie firm. TUB STOCK MARKKT?CI.OSIXO It IDS. tmerican Cotton Oil. 27|; American Cot? ton Oil. i rot. 73; Auterienn Sugar Iteflu er ??. 117?; An erican sugar Henneries, pref. 100. Amencm Tobacco. 114: American To Inteeo. pref, 111'.: Attshisou, Tonika au 1 fant.i Fe. lt).: Baltimore and Ohio, 03}: Cau ? ?la Paritic. 631: Chesapeake and Ohio. 22!: Chicago and Alton, 16'.1: Chicago. Burling? ton audQnincy. '??>i: Chicago du Trust.741; l'clauaie mi i Lackawanna. 16': Distil trt and Cat lie Feeder!. lit*} F.rie. 101: Brie. jr?-r. "J8: Qenoral Blectric. 85|: lllitioifi ventral,90; I al^o Krie an I We*tern.24i: Lake SCrie um! Wratarn. prof.. Si'; Ijtkc Shore, Ji...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 18 June 1895

il SHAPE FOR VESSELS I Ships Like Needles Invented by a Washington Man. 1 rte Thinks it Will Revolutionize the Shipping Industry. Built Express? ly for the Cen'ral and South American Trade, It is Apparently a Success. In ft few days tho Howard Caesara, the first specimen of the new typo of ocean veseol, will ntrko her trial trip down tho Potomac river from hor dock at Alexandria. The Ca-ssard was built at Baltimore, but she has been lying at tho Alexandria dock for a year fitting up for this trinl. Hho was brought to Alexandria to be completed bconnso tho Arrow Steamship company, which owus her, started to build an ocean vessel of this type at Alexandria ami was driven almost into bankruptcy byiittaehss made on the new ship by ? New York news paper. Mr. Fryer, tho inventor of the improvements in ship construction to be found in the new tossoI, hud it feel? ing ahsnt Bonding the Cassord on her trial trip front the wharf from which tho Ftxr?horjras would havo started if hor coastrnoti...

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 June 1895

VOL L?NO. 2r> NORFOLK, VA., VVKDIS1 ES DAY, JUNE 19, 1895 PRICE 2 CENTO They Took Two Games In Succes? sion From the "Magicians." They Got Fifteen Hits OfT Stahl, While the Roanokes Only Got Eight Oft" Weeks Yesterday. A Decided Improvement in the Work of the Team. it hers llio Club? I'lav Tn-Iiay. ISorlolk at Itoauoke. lttchnionil ?t rnrtKtnuulh, Petersburg at l.yncVuarg. MIlM'.lni; ?f III,, ?1Mb?. Won I.o.t Per Cent. tiohiKonl. '?',:> 13 vnchburg-. 2fl is 15011 fort?ru<>;ith. 28 23 .Ml) ft torabnrg. -1 '2. .437 llonuoko. 10 M II Norfolk. 10 ?, .31;! Bpecinl DuuRtch to the Virginian. Roanokk, Yii., .1 titie 18.?Roanoko lost again to Norfolk this nfteruoou by vtrotehed ti eld i tit; at critlcnl plnoes and lhe visitors batted Str.hl freely. Tue Imme team was considerably torn up, l'ailunu boini? off uu account of a sore hand. Cavnuaegh was on second iu bis place and iarreil covered short v. Ith Iii mi n, a new luiiu in lett Hold. '?Tup" Tats is doing splendid work lor the...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 19 June 1895

"1 (BHgJLTRE BUY" The Remarkable Speed of the Steamer Newport News. A Large Number of Guests on Bonrd on Her Trial Trip. Several Ladies Present. Opinions of the U. S. Inspectors. Dinner on Board. The Vessel. Tho final trat of tbo epeod of the new Norfolk and Washington Line j Bttemer Newport News, look place! vesterday aud was a great success. The epUudtd vessel uiaktng 21 2-10 miles per hour agntnst strong breezo aud nigh seas. . The Washington stearner which arrived here yesterday morning ' brought down from tho eopital the : officials aud a number of prominent | \Va6hii gtou people. After the steamer tonobed at her wharf in ti is city, she proceeded to Newport News, reaching the ahipbuildiug works ut 'J o'clock, There were already npou the ground several pcrsous from Norfolk, who had taken the Louise at 7 o'clook. The morning was delightful, a char Bky with just enough wind from the northeast to whet tbo appetite aud give color to the aheek. tuk siur's wnAUF, The Newport News was...

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