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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 3 July 1895

CGMMERCI&L REPORT. DIonoT /Inrkoi Bv Southern Associated Prosi. vKw Vouk. .Iiily 2.?Money ou call easy at t percent. closing at H percent Mer? lins exchange ia liriu. with aotual business In baukers' bill* at 488|n4S9 for sixty days ?nd 4891*4891 for demand, rotted rates. ?89ln4HiL Commercial bills, 4B7ia48S}. Uov-: trim out I ou is firm. the stock Market?otvoanta r.io?. tmorlcan Cotton OU. 27),: Aiuortran Cot sjni: Oil. | ref. 71": American Sugar Renn tritt. 109: American Sugar i.'otinories. prof. American Tobacco. 112:' American To? bacco, pref. Ill: AtdllitOII. TopeltH and Bjanta Fe. 0j; Ueltimoro and Ohio, 821: Can ?da Pacific. 54: Chesapeake and Ohio. 22J: Chicago and Alton, 160: Chicago. Hurling ton an! (junior. St; Chicago Gas Trttat. 621; Jpulnwnro and Lacltiiwnuua. 16:1: l)i?tit tr. and ? atiio Oeders, 2?};!Erie. 10): Erie. Syrer.. 221; Uenaral Electric. SK}; Illiuols Central.: l a e Erioau I \vesteru.24; Lake f'rio Slid Western, pref.. H4: Lake Shore, 4ilj: Lou...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 3 July 1895

WOMAN OF FASHION. 1?srl3 Gowns na Seen by Hve> Sohubort. i Blr-crca Ara Crowing Smaller A rate?Sttua Ef'. mer ClaHies Sbuna by TarU Cva troxaera? Fancy Bodlcra Ar* Lo* Img the Blouae Aapeot. M. Telix was kind enough to freut toe an interview. I asked him first about the present. "For the summer gown, the pardon party gown?and the summer guwn is preeminently the garden party gown this season"?be begrsn, "wo ans using & trrcat deal of ombroiriered gauze. Particularly arc the striped blaek and p:, white gauzes, with a small embroidered r flower on one of th* stripes, very pop ! ular, made over white silk foundation. t. But not only black and white, but Pi- ?rery light color is in great demand, -.. hot h in stripo and embroidery. The gj skirts arc made very full and very aim ' plo, with but littles lace. Embroidery b la what we use, dainty, sheer em? broidery made aftexr the colors and atyle of tho materials of the gown, j "Embroidered batiste is also used, xnadc ...

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

NORFOLK, VA., SATURDAY, JULY 6, 1895 PRICE 2 CENTS Cd Waidy Jr m^s. of mnklin, uocnji), Ttiii Wtial He Knows. flr. jomes Rc-Qies His Experience os o Rem bei oi tue tegismiure. WH AT THE m08 DID FOR uljll. He Was Denounced at a Public Speak? ing at Rocky Mount, and Assault? ed Mr. Masscy the Next Morn? ing. A Mob Then At? tacked Him. Tlio Massey-Pilot suit was resumed yesterduy inoruiug ufter the vocation in honor of American independence, uud Judge Preutis was the brat of the eonrt officials to arrive. He looked fresh und tdroiiR, ?eil qualified lor the heavy responsibilities ol the day. The jurors wero promptly in tliuir seats und iu good time; nil of tno lawyers put in an sppeurauee. As eoou as the court was ready for business tiie pluiutitl'scounsel withdrew their objootiousto tbo admission ol the Louisimin book contruet. It was, there? upon subniitted as evidence, Mr. Byrd, the author of the alleged liboluus article, was called to the stund. To Mr. Small Mr. Byard explained the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 6 July 1895

THAT FO?RTH OF ?1?LY GAME It Was a-:Pretty One Up to the Sixth Inning. j Several Thousand People Gathered to See What Turned Out to be a Travesty on the Game. Both Sides Are Somewhat to Blame. There was never troublo, either be? tween judivionals or organizations, without there being two sides to tbo argument,one side claiming, of course, that they were right and bad becu im? posed upon, while tho other sido wus iib equally emphatic in tboir expres? sions that they were the ones who had been treated "badly, aud both would then rofuso to hsteu to tbo voice of reason, but would keep on widening tho broach until tho last spark ol friendship had expired,aud they would never, never again know or understand tho dotiuitiou of tho word friendship. Tnu ViaotNlAN ahull take no side iu its report of the game of baseball played in Norfolk Thursday afternoon botwoon tbo Norfolk and Portsmouth teams, but shall strive hard to give tho Jsots in the case as they appeared to its representative, who w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 6 July 1895

Dy Pills Headache. Dr. Deane's\ QICK HEAD ? ACHE is us fspepsia/?a!!y caused by / indigestion. If you take Dr. Dearie's Dyspep? sia Tills, you Cure Sick ^ won't have sick headache. Send to us l?l a tire sample. DR. J. A. I'SANE CO., Atnildruggists', 95c./ Kingston, New York. \? A N'riil?. \A/AINi T"EID 1 SOY ABOUT li OR 10 YEARS OLD TO l.KA KN PRINTING TRADE. Must reute r? commended. Apply Friday morn inf. to VI IM! IN AN PR1NT1XC, mi..thud door vlrrlnteu bulldlug. Jy4-3t \t'AN ll.l'?Cunvsstcrs, man and la lira, to sell II good se'.lin:: ai tides; good wages; ead at ones et 11.1 Main it reel. Jyi-3i V'AM'Kli A I ON' i:_< ,r load emptr Apoll. 'I nari- lim lioitlcs; name lowest price Ad 4ieta '-PltENXI." euro Ibis ollies. juS-la \\?AMi.i--\ K-.l 1 1 t. Washer and Irouir 1? Apply huiucdlatel- ?? VIRGINIAN OFFICE. t tiENT to sell I?) samples our line: no experience 'I reu*ilretl It's a? staple as sugar; tor .amet.'* ? ?"I till pji Icp'ars address, witb stamp, P. O. Itoi V.'5,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 6 July 1895

" VsTAlU.IMlI'.l? IS'5. ri'BLISHED KVEUY. HOUN'SO KXCEIT MONDAY. MBQ1N1AN BUILDING. MAIN AND COJlUliKOB Si" BEETS. 11. OLKNNaN. Ow.skb._ - THE OlROULATWSiOl' I Iii. M KU INI AN it i.ABUEl.Y. IN EXCESS of any other t>?utr published iu Ea*l i u Virginia. ;i* circulation iu Norfolk unit i'uruuiouth Is greater than that vf any papor published or citeuiated iu tha two title*. it ia ilehvon-il m tho cities of Norf..il. and rorismoiHh and mil) irh tor iu cants a woek. Vail subscriptions. i i^:?ko paid. Fiv- Hollar* pur >e.ir. throe Dollar* for n liiuntiiB. Oi o Dollar sud Kitty Cents for throe moitli- ami liny Oeuts tor oi;o month. .... ... AdvertiM-nii ut* iu^orie.1 ut tho mit' of . > Ca.vit a >ti \- v 1 is*kBTioxi eu h subse tpieut iuiortiou 87j Ckntb, or ti I knt* whin ?? ran avtati ??rutK oat. Contrac? tors ar< uot nl owe I to exceed t- pir i-pa o or iiiUertiso other than their lctti i-uste business, except by paying espooially tor...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 6 July 1895

PORTSMOUTH NEWS 1 ?KS SHUT 1 The "Truckers'' Did Not Allow the ''Clams'' to Score. The Game Yesterday Afternoon Was a Fair One, But Ended a Tie. Called on Account of Darkness. Portsmouth Excelled in Field? ing, Norfolk in Hitting. It seems like sacrilege to take Shako r.psare'a beautiful "Mids-iaiiuur Night's 4J.eom" and paraphrase a portion of it to .Iruw u peu picture of the uxpeota tious uud much vaunted prodiotiouB of | tho hundreds of Norlolk "rooters" who catno ovor to Portsmouth ou the morn ilia of tho "glorious Fourth," yet with ?light alteration this couplet applies to a largo majority of these deluded fanatics. ??Loversand baseball cranl.s have such teeth- i ng I raiuj. < ?'Sui-ii shaping phautaties. thai approhends U.0 e thun cool reason coniprehouds." rttch "shaping ohautusiea" appro Leuilotl that the "Crowe" would eonie over the river, taeklo tho "Truckers," aud wheu they wero through with them, tho "Truckers" would uevor reap another harvest wbilo the "Crows...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 6 July 1895

NEW METHOD OF IRRIGATION. A Simple Pinn of C?lnt Tile T?r Irrlyafc luc Smnll Art??. Too lntjcb cannot b? said about tho , importance of a constant water supply ,'for growing plants. If wo could only ir rigato properly, tho hot, constant suu shino of a drought would mnJte the ' best possible growing season. Professor F. Sv. Rano of tho Woet Virginia ata tiou tells through tho columns of The Bural New Yorker a simple plan of Using tile for initiating small areas : lrhloh is at least woi i h trying, llo says: Tho whole plan is this: Place tho tiles slightly in tho surface of the ground or at any convonient depth. Give thorn a slight incline, this varying ST/RPACB TULK IRRIGATION KOH CHIXRT. according as yon have pressure or not. lu.taost oases the water is scarce, and the object is to get it to tho roots of the plants with as little waste as possible. Tho plan followed at the station last year "wo* K) place common porous inch draiutiles in a continuous row, end to endt on tho surface o...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 6 July 1895

CO^rMOCI?L REPORT. RlOlseV MatrUot By Southern Assnointod Pros*. Trw Yor.it. July 5.?Money on cull ea*v ft 1n'> per cent, closing at 1 per cut Ster? ine exchange i? tirm. with actual business |n bankers' bill* et 4!<8?a4S!> for sixty ilay? and 489la4S9i for demahd. Poeted rata?. e:89la490}. Commercial bille, *87|nl8il. Uov trumout bouda tirm. TUT. btoci mabkbt?3T.0SIS0 PIUS, imorican Cotton Oil. 27}: American Cot? tar. Oil. ire'. 71: American Sugar Refill ajru 8. Uli; An orienn Sugar Refineries, prof, illO. American Tobacco. ll:t;:| American To? bacco, pref. 113: At-bison. Topeka an t Vauta Fa. D|; Baltimore and Ohio. 62}: Can? ada Pacific. "4: Chesapeake and Ohio. 231: Chicago aud Alton, 166: Obloago. Burling ton andQuincy. 85}; Chicago Gas Trust, BO; Delaware and Lackawanna. nil- Distil ?ri and ? attlo Feeders. 221; I'.rie. 1UJ: Brie, grer.. 21; Qensral Electric. 36}: Illinois a'entral,97): Lake Erie and Westeru.24}:Lnka ?frie and Weitem, pref.. MI...

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

Ii hotbed of p t re si s pThe Dread Disease Has Its Storm Centre in New York. \ More Victims of the Disease There I Than In All the Rest of the Court ET try. Its Spread Quoted Against S?- Assertions As to Man'? Growinc; Strength. ?'A recent sfatomont oi rar. noweiie, i runde with an assurance that carrie* tlio E<^>eiief ol its author that the tinman race ^ ?waa never so healthy and strong its at tvpresent, has eanglit the eye of tire ined &- leal fraternity, ami Sv.uk? of it> members &: tue. not slow to combat tho assertion. Ono very jiertlncnt example cited to Q joj&oM the opposite view of the silua l tioxvand which will harp rw groat an in pi torwt to the lay as the professional I Blind is the alarming increase in one ivory deadly disease of tho present time, Which has been brought into exceeding Bottrrierr through trie pvotninenco of many of its victims?paresis. K Whatever he said of the increase of I tmrctria t...

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

fye EUU6H6J is Nearly (ill h for me Pilot. Er. Lucius Henry L'eocii, Ginn 8 co/s wn ness From ina For west. II TELEGRP.m W?? BR??SjlT TO {.iff! Yesterday Largely Given to Reading Depositions. Mr. Amos Dicker son, of Floyd County, and Col, fcllctt, of Richmond, on tl>c Witness Stand. Tlio second week tif the Masser-Pilot suit linn passod und tho iutercsl in the great trial has not abated. Tho at tendance is aboul as large as when tue tage was tirst culled. It is more thuu likely that next Saturday night will tint! the suit still in progress, .Mr. Massey, Got, O'Farroll, Attorney Gen oral Suolt ami u nntuber of other wit posses will go on toe >iu11.t us soon us i be testimony for the defense is all in. This liHs been it week for the tin fcuse. They have submitted hundred ?: pages of documentary ovidauou ?u I affidavits. The lawyers on both sides usth io'i(:lit with nil of their energy . very issue. It is doubtful if a mure carefully prepart il < u e. w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 7 July 1895

TIE "?" ill BOTH The "Truckers" Succumb to the Superior Playing of the "Clams." Brandt and Clare, Weeks and Cliard, Pitched Magnificent Ball. The Support ot the Former was Ragged, While that of the Latter was Gilt Edge. Wticrc Ilia ClHha I'lnv ro-uar. Richmond in Portsmouth. Notiulk iu Petersburg. Lyncbburg iu llostiuke Standing ol llir* ?"Uli??. Won l.o-t Per (.'out. Ciehmoml. '?\ Lyuchburc. ;" .636 Portsmouth. 35 at .1*0 Petersburg. :il '?!:, ?*s* Norfolk. 'J' *? ;til UoanoWe. -1 " ' Yesterday afternoon was a rbIo oiio for thu rooters aud admirers of tho Nofolk team, for they had an opportu? nity to smilo aud congratulate each other over the two successive dofeala administered to the green legged lads from across the river. It was a long time coming, it is true, but u was none the lese enjoyable. It his been said bv aomo one "that moro pleasure could bo derived from expectation than from realization, but it is not true in this case, for the Norfolk people have boon expectiug the "...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 7 July 1895

?ALL ? CONES For Colic, Cramps, Chol? Morbus and all Summer Complaints, there is uo cure equal to Pain-Killer. Get a bottle to-day. Keep it con? stantly on hand, lor there is uo kind of pain or ache? internal or external?that will not relieve. Genuine bottle bears name of perry I Day is & Son. Look out for \ imitations and substitutes. ? ? Double the former quantity > for 25 cents. VI ANTIC Da ?TKN< I'll I 1: WAS II I' In Bookkeeper* otUcc: on? inKlir-iamUna; liook keeping |ir? ?Vrrwl. Iteulf tn own handwriting ani mention ?vferoocc, alto ?alarj expected. P. u lk?i,i!23. jn7.lt* \VANTKt) rwo .--o-i ? :.!?>...1 ageittt ro k il otder* for enhtrjrrij p.iiu.iiti-. Cull July tu, ?tum I" tu 13 a. 111.. Kill 1 llilli li strict, nccoiid IIu. r juT- it BOY ABOUT It OH US YEARS OI.O TO LEAKX PKi.N IINi. TRADE. Munt coma rtaonimendcd. Aitply Krida? morn? ing luVlROINiAN lltlKTIXU '"..tbtid Door Vlrglnlaa building. '?i-11 I, en ami la li.s. t 1 tell ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 7 July 1895

ESTAUtWnKtl 1S.!5. runLI?HED BY EBV MOHNIXQ BXOBPT MONDAY. MKGINIAN hUILDlNG. MAIN AND COMHBBOB STUBBTA M. G1.ENNAN. Ow-skn. THB?lBO?LATIOSOK IHK VlltGtNlAN U LABOBIA' IN KXOBSS ot an.. oiLsn vaner pUblUh? d iu Hint i u Virglin n. It* circulation iii Norfolk null Portsmouth is greater than that ot auy paper publtahotl or iiioiiia.te.lln too two eitle*. . .t ?* delivered in tue cltio* <>f Norf.ilk and rortaiiioiitli ami suburbs for ut uouu a wcok. Vail n.b" nntiona, i>o*t?go paid. F.v- Dollarn per your; I'bree Hollar* lor mx moiitb*. Ono I'oliar mel Pifty Ut lit* fur thro tnoi thv au I Fifty Oouts lor ono ni"?uertiM-nu nt-t inverted at thorntoof 70 Ca Nil a SyfAiiK Fiitwi iXitKirrio.x; each *ab*e qneut inaortiou :.71 Ckvth, or ;*> > i i >r. vm >? IJ.ki-.itkh im kv DIUEIl Kay. i'outrao tors are not nllowe.1 to exooed tlieir *pa * or a?herti?o other than tlioir legitimate |>u*iucse, except by paying...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 7 July 1895

PORTSMOUTH MEWS ?IIS Of ft M Captionlcss Notes for This Morn- j ing's Breaktast. Will Admitted to Record. Lawn Party io Be Held. Sunday School Pic nie on Thursday. Personal und Genera. News of In? terest to Readers. Officer Tateui will retnru to duty to? day. . Air. Ceorgc Parker is considered in OXtreuilS, .No ouu Las been appointed boss Caulker yot. There will bo quite a uutnbor of picnics this week. State !--euator Moyuard is threatened with typhoid fever. Tho railroad employes wore not paid yesterday ?s untioiputed. Sevurul d run Ks were locked up laet eight, 't hey were all quiet. Mr, Elvington Kuott is quite sick at hie home on South struct. See advertisement of special sale by t_". W. Hudgius A Oo. for to morrow. Mr. Whitarael Wilkins loft yesterday Jor North Carolina to spend a mouth. lioad the advertisement of water? proof oloaks ou third page iu last col tiaiu. Miss Mary Eastwood, of Haltiuaore, I- visiting friends ou Washington ?Ireet. I Communion services will bo ad eiiu...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 7 July 1895

^QUANTUM OPINIONS. PUBLIC INTEREST CENTERS ON THE CURRENCY QUESTION. Sita* TJphiuu Sides With l)?uon OrlEi;*. Wants Not<e? Baned on Ktonet?Squlr? Cranr Explain* tho True luvrarUiieM oi . tba Free Coinage Humbug. V] it I That tho question whether Deacou Armer Gripps is an inspired flniinoial genius or a muddled Ignoramus contiu ,nes t>> agitate, tho people of Squautnm (township, is shown iu tho latest issue of ,'the North Squanium Gazette. From that paper we copy the following no count of a discussion at Hopkins' store ut Septan ram Center on laut Saturday j evening: " Public interest in tho interference by j Mrs. Abner Griggs with her husband's 'attempt to put his new financial theories linto practice has increased during the ipast week. The farmers lutd villagers who, were in Hopkins' stare on Saturday evening spent most of tho time arguing for and against the deacon's financial experiment. Among those who favored jtho drucon was Silas (Jpham, who s...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 7 July 1895

AN EXCITING FIGHT. Plymouth rock roosters thrash eight monster snakes. A Barnyard tho Scene of the Conlllct? lto enforceuicnts Called Upon on Uotb. Side*. A Stan of Honor Vouches For the Truth ol tho Story. Dauiol F. tfeakil, whilo iu New burg, fcl. Y., n few days ago, told what ho touched for as a true story. Ho is a Jnouiinout resident of Highland Falls, fmd hie word would bo taken there iw quickly ns would his bond. "My poultry yard is near tho edge of Vhat is known uh Stewart's woods," ho tivid. "Having lost over 100chicks dur? ing the pa&t uiontli, I was on tho look? out for prowling cats and had my shot? gun loaded to give them a warm recep? tion. Monday afternoon I heard a coni Bnotion in the barnyard, and rushing cut, expecting to find u cat after tho chicks, was much surprised to iind a Jargo Mack sunko apparently tivo feet Jong chasing tho littlo ones around the yard. ''I was about tofire nt tho BUake'when emu of uiy Plymouth Rock roosters came to thu assist tu...

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

CITY OF THE 3HRAGE tTRANGE TRADITION OF A TOWN NEAR THE NORTH POLE. Br-Torul WHito Men Claim to ITavo Seen tho l'hcnomcoan- Indians Cfcn.<rl?h Um l*Bond?Mr. Wtrtt?'? Clrcotustantlal Ao couut Hacked Up by Photographs. Some one rovivns every few years tho legond of tho Silent City, seen ob t? mirage over the Muir glacier, in Gla? mor bay, Alaska, 150 miles above .Tu neau. Wh:?t professes to be a photo? engraving of the city, with affidavit at? tached, was published and sold some years ago, :u*d .-.t least half a dozen ?white men profess to have peon the city, ?while tho natives of the Alaskan coast cherished the tradition of it* existence. The.mirape is usually visible at about this time of flu- year. Ono tuioi doolaroa that he saw it on July 6, 1&89, nnrt two others, it is declared, have marU> aftlda Tit that they sacr it three days before that dato. John M. White, a Virginian who after 10 < ir 15 years spent in va? rious parts of tho wwt ...

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

IKIIHiS t i Traveie? Tfiree THOKaia [fliDs am Tiien KOI dllOrVC<l 10 TalK. tin. wise i i public. we Judue Dcoices iii.ii onty o conspiracy in .Virginia con Be Proven. HIB. WHITE EiTEBS B PROTEST. Uudgo Neely Will Not Object to the Light Being Turned Or, But He Protests Against on Irous fat us Illumination. The Defense Concludes To-Day Tho Mn?sey-Pilot snit held yester? day the 12th day of tue trial, tho mi di? vided attention of an audience which tilled every part of the courtroom. The evdience Bought to ho introduced wits of vital importance I i the defence and >.!??; resisted with the greatest detarmi uatiou by tho council for the pluiu tuV. .Mr. Li. II. l.each, of the State of Washington, had beou brought to Nor? folk by CitUU A Co. to ti ll what he fcuew of Womack and the Americau Hook Company The defence relied on <hm witnest to make good several of thuir charges. Both aides knew what lio was going to Bay auil had prepared for the struggle with ...

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

ii is ii And the Norfolks Came Out With Flying Colors. Thero Were Six Horns Runs Made in the Game, Four of Which are Cred? ited to the "Clams," Who Played a Groat Up-Hiil Game. PETERSBi/no, Va., duly S.?Peters? burg was defeated this nfteruoou by tho Norfolk team by a score o( 13 toll. Up to tho thiru luuing tho eoore stood C to nothing iu favor of the home team. After the 5tb inuing the Farmers played good ball. Tho visitors also ployed well. Score: Norfolk, i; ii i' i i: McGinn, 2b, l - ''I. iipert.rl o llanu.Hi'. . I) " < i snornd, cr. Cor.orau.'? .2 1 V l>! I'.iKicr, 2?.. '-' -' " 0 T?te, lb. Ill 0 Turner. ll<. -- I 8 " Thornton, ct ... 4 ;t i O;l.yor?, ab ... U i i Kc'.It, ir.. J I I U Kccler, rl u 1! -' ?> Cakr.rr.. 1 2 " i Rn-iiriau, t. . 0 0 I ? Cote, C. 0 0 7 <?, lire -ti. s>. I I ? JUrr, p.. 0 1 u ijlsuiti, i>. lien Tat.-O.V.' 11 27 l| Total ....11 H Si ' 3 SCOI1K BY INNINOS. Korfo'.k.? ? 3 " :: "...

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