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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 1 August 1895

THE POPULAR MILD AND PURE, luvi tiaiiai nv ALLEN <"t GINTER Tue Amwucam Tobacco t Dy spepsia Pills Dr. Deanc*s\ CICK IIEAD ? ACHE is us? ually caused by indigestion, If you take Dr. Deane's Dyspep / sia Pills, you Cure Sick I won't have sich \ headache. Headache. I sc,.j to ns for a I to uipls. / DR. J. A. DEANE CO., Kingriton, .New Voil.. ?11 druggists', vi a vi i ii. fMUOU PAYINU INVESTMENT Col II ?.I mmhII capital. A.IJre-? W. I'. J . .ai 1 ir^tuiat.. U-lt W'am i:u ?> Ichl rbile. ie lUdte !<!!?? woman, to dj wik in I-1 live ? i i m llll?e?, A fiotl koine to rigti out.. Atpy Morday bi ru .. b.-t?. ? ii. an I i i. lo i 10 Hank >neel. 1)uAKI)-l:? Wanted a ti-w geuth neu loardei'a ) at J 1 erniuda iiree ; >er ? s. r.a onaUi . u I n f |re:ioai?Z Im ged. Mi.-. tVOtllHUM -I > lw A?EKTS-On? In each county, m laV? Millers by ?Snipe; easily kandlrd; kelta .i iinlil; toad ?alary 5. in lei ?int parlleulari sent j. ..1. ?? leaut. AJur.ii will, .stamp, r. n. Ilex 1 ! , Sea Te...

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. — 1 August 1895

EStXVKVnKn 18 .5. PUBLISHED EYKUi MOTININU EXCEPT MONDAY. YIBGINIaN UUlLblNO. MAIN AND CO?UBKCKSXUKBTd. at, (3LBNNAN. ?wski? ?iHKOlKGULAilO.S Ol' TUti VlltCIlNlAN k lABUKI.Y in EXCESS ul ku. otbor i.apcr uubliohcd in Kai: i u Virgiuiu. u circulation i? Norfolk ?nil l'ortamoutti Verr?ter ibau tbut of any paper published or v.icu aio.l in tu- two c irtes. . .t is delivered m tbe cities of h.irf..U ami Portsmouth au.l ?itblirb? for in coots a week. 'Mail tub < riptions. | ? paid, i'iv.- Dollars per year; Three Hollars to: :-ix uioiiltis One hollar ami Pil'tjr Cent* for three mm tbs. au I Htty Cents lor out! artltemcnts inserted at the rate of 75 CsNib a S. t \' k I'ii;-; lv-i UTloN; each ?ubse quaut insertiou 87j Cksts, or 5' Cunts whvn t>-? ? run avast, otiikm iiav. contrac? tors are not ?bowo 1 to oxcerd 0>eir spa u or advertise other than their legitimate Easiness, cxeopt by paying espocially tor the same. Tai: Wekki.v Vihoinia:i ?m> Caiioi.isias, eight pages, I* deliver...

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. — 1 August 1895

sit ai, spp Sl?FF Items'cl Local Interest Put in Con? densed Form. Portsmouth's Trilby Club Enjoy a Hay Ride. Mr. Parkt, Reports for Duty. Celebrated Their Fifly sixth Anniversary. Charged With Stealing 90 Cents. There were but few xuarritigcs dur? ing Jttly. The dale cup will nut be brought ever jot. The whole of South Portsmouth baB been sewered. There will be a large excursion in from Weldon to day. There was a school picnic in tbe Hospital woods yestorduy. James Powell was committed to jail for six mouths for stealing. Read the notice of tbu ilouie Perma? nent Butldiug Association. Head the advertisement of D. V, Ouskius iu auutber column, Read the ndvertmeruuut of O. W. lludgius Co. in to day's issue. Mr. W. E. Seymour retnraed yester? day from bis visit to Eastoii, Md. May Bosnian, ooloretl, was buried at tbe expense of the city yesterday. John W.Carter, colored,was arrested yesterday for atealiug '.'Uccuts from his ?later, A courtmartial is in sessiou at the yard trying Marti...

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. — 1 August 1895

OUR NAVAL VESSELS AT K1F.L The German Emperor's Visits to the Cruiser New York. At 12:45 a. in., After- a Banquet, He, Suggested .in Inspection of the Engine-room. Saw the Ship Put in Fighting Trim. One Side of Europe's Had Boy. "When tho history uf Woriaauy's ?n fjprgr is written, tho historian, if he is StfttDstaking, Will find inthi'.t monarch's receut visit to the Now York while at Kiel ruueh that wiil throw light en the little understood choraetor of tho man svho 'ti now vahortsly regarded as tho Crohrnarf of Europo and as a big boy jrrho will aevtir grow okl. Tho oflkera of tho Xow York roooived p. different imptcu>*U4i of thu knisor. To them be apponred as & man of ? w rnor dinary gifts, of keen pcroeption and ex tensive Knowledge CM most ovory sub? ject. Smaoof them ho slapped fninilinx ly op the back, but thero was that in l>is bearing which made rt impc**alilo for-one to forgot that be was omperi>r of . Gmqjaiiy. Host noti- ? .. ?? of all ??. .? n boandloas ca...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 1 August 1895

CORIHIfll REPORT. ?Iommv 51tt.rli.tJl Ht Southern Associated Prost. Vtw York, July 81.?Money on call easy et lall per com. closing ut 1 per omt Kter liliK exchange i* nini. With nctiial btui 5es* tu bankers* billa at 48'Jlii48'.M for sixty itvs ?uil 4;'0;a4!K>J for demand, l'o-iedrates. *j9Uat9l. Commercial bilU. ISS-JaiSl?. Oor ?Ii Ii out L'uu n-lti iy. TUB stock maiiket?CLOS1NO P.tl>?. American Cotton Oil. '.'C!: American Cot? tot: Dil. prer, 74): American Sogar ite?n ?nt-a. Ulli; American sugar lle?nertea. prer. (OM; American Tobacco. 1111:American T?> laceo; pref. Hl: Atchisdn. Toneka ?nl caiutu Fe. 15?: Baltimore and Ohio, Cl|: Can? ada Pacific. 621; Chesapeake and Ohio. 21i: Chicago und Alton, ISO- Chicago- Darling? ton andQuiney, 91J; Chicago Oh* Trust,67l; f>elaware aud l.ackn?rauua. 16': Dietil ?rn and futtla Feedera. 20 . Brie. l?i- Erle, teer.. 24: tienoial Kleelrie. ,!Ki: llliliois l>ntrel,100,:Lake Kriean 1 Wettern.27|:Lake Erle and Wcalern. pref.. 81t: l...

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. — 1 August 1895

Growing Belief That the Great Chinese Viceroy Must Go. Hl6 Downfall May be Caused in Part by a Little Book Published Four Hundred and Fifty Years Ago. A Revolution May Impend. Foster's Honarium. Ho Tuna;, a Chinese banker of Hong? kong, who figured in the unsuccessful negotiations in England to float tho Chi? nese war loan, arrived recently in San Pranoisco from the orient on tho stormi? er City of Pekiu. lit discussing tho ef? fects of Hie war, he says the official daya of Li Hung Chang arc numbered, and lnoli:i"s to tho belief that China may bo engulfed in a revolution. Ho bases bia prediction of internal strife not ouly on tho gcnoral discontent of tho people, but upon tho superstition of tho masses. "If a revolution docs arise," ho said, ?*I think n littlo book published about 480 yccra ago will be <tnu of the causes in on indirect wny. For centuries thu book has boon prohibited publication or circulation, and yet ugroat many people know its pnrj>ort. Lou Pak Wong, a proph...

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. — 2 August 1895

VOL.U?NO. 62 NORFOLK, VA. ITU DAY, UUIST 1895 PRICK 2 CENTS For the '"Clams" to Win From The "Farmers." Hallowell Could Not Hold Tnto and His Lads Down, While Hei r Was in The Game From the Start to The Finish. Everybody Hit The Ball. t Hv Southern aetooiata I Prow. THE VIRGINIA LEAGUE GAMES. Norfolk, 23; Petersburg, c. Portsmouth, UoanukOi Richmond, 0; Lyuchhurg, 0. \\ here Ilia < nil., ciiiv Tu-Dar> fiorfollc hi Patoralbtirir, Itvniioke ?i I'uriitiuoiitli. I.yiicliburo nl Rlcliiuomt, m.-nihlii; <ll iii,- ii ii l?k. Won I o t Tor Out. Jttofanioml. 01 i .r. rj .yiichburg. is :)l ,5S6 'ortttntmtli. u; 42 5i3 I'etersbnrg.:t* A ACS yortolk-.,. HS M .-tO" ttonnoka. :<8 M ' .t!-3 lii<-limonu"a por. t it i? ? iiielndes Kam (Iron :o them by lirounau yottorday. Pbtkhshuku, August 1.?The I'otcrs tiurg tettm, after BU ttlisenoe of three weeks, celebrated their returd home to-doy by uihiwiug Norfolk to give ? hem one ol the must eruebiug detents <>f tho sotiHoti. Hollowed ...

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. — 2 August 1895

IHE PRESS M MM An Elegant Aft'air Given at the St, ~~'T James. A Superb Supper and Eloquent Speeches by a Number of Nor? folk's Progressive Newspaper Men and Prominent Citi? zens. The First Feast. About six months ago the newspaper men of Norfolk aud Portsmouth, organized a club known as tho Norfolk and Portsmouth Press Club, composed of about fifty young nieu connected with the pross of the two cities as rditors, reporters, etc. There were associated with thuui a number ot accredited correspondents and handsomely furnished rooms were opened in the Umstadter building, Mr. J. A. Dalby, of Tup. Vikoinian, was elected president; Mr. Charles T. Blaud, then ot the Portsmouth Star but now night editor of The Vuiois ian, vice president; Mr. Joseph Mar? tin, of tho correspondents, secretary, and Mr. Joaeph J, Bennelly, treasurer, with an oxecutivo oommittee of seven, with Mr. H. S. Baily, ol tho Land? mark, as ohnirman. '1 hero were also ' taken into the club as associate mom bers a number ...

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. — 2 August 1895

TV 1 "Viril. \VANTtl' lo - or,- |. a. - . - ctol hate bad *l lw.it ? v hi- ? pent me, I'm i ii I- ? ?J t-ercinc Add -s lu? Juuic* flreel, Norlullt Va flOOD PAYING INVE?TMEXT fur pirly wilh \t .mall capital. Address \V I .1 carte 'O.adk ^ lrgiiiiai,? -1 it ? \\'ANII.l' A Killt?, in d?bi ???? Botnati lo dn M lit Iii ? ?? icw.rk inn-1 Ilia oil iiCtulvs. A m u'l l. am to |..?ii p. f. Dpy Mda'daj iu iii Il(j between null, orlook lo m'i Laut (licet JiiiAKD ? avail alee i?iitl?tuco oardets I at .'l et i ttda *lree ; ter i n'a oaa n l ri'f ?re .ee.-e* ha u U tt'OODUOl ?I |y.Vlw' 1 GENTS-Oeo In ???? Ii county ??? lake aiders by /V samp ??: easily ? a . 11 .1. ?elia ui eight; ?o ?1 Salary; *aui Ic* ih<1 p.irtlcular.' -cat propel .... ?. leant. Adtmsi with itanip. I*, u. Box libs, Nc? V^ik eitv, JlU'.iN'KK WANTED 10 1 S*f till.1811 ELEC? TRICAL INUU.SI ItY?A thorough practical alettrlcul cuuttioei (Kiadtiate bl unroi leading a.uiter*Ulea). al imicitl >tt| eriiiteuceni a w.itk- in the I.....

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. — 2 August 1895

. _ _.?sr.\IU.lsur.li IS ifi. rCliLISHED liVKUi M0UN1NU EN-CEPi' MONDAY. YIBOIM&N 1(L'1I.U,N<-.. fclAlN AND COMUEUOlSSl'ltEISrd. m. uleskan. ?w>m.. _ " Tiiit ?iU?i/LArio.s 01 tut; muoinian U IiAHUKLV IN EXCESS ul ?u.- other D?pcr publish, d iu Kam ru Yirgiulu. Tit oircalati.in in Norfolk niul lorturaoutSi U greater ihnu tbnt ?t nay papai i ublishe I or tirouiatod in the two uitio*. it is delivered iu tlje eltion ?f Norfolk und Portsmouth au.l suonrt" tor IU cents a weak. Mail subscriptions, uostiifto t.ai.i. ViVii Dollars per year; Ihre? Dollar! lo, bis mouths. One Dollar aud Kh'iy Ueuta for tbrei' tauiith>. an 1 fifty Oeuts for ono naontb. . Advertiaomint.i inserted ut tiio r.itu of < < CtMli A is.I A. kl'lKM |N.| Uli.iM eu. b rUI.?. ? <iueut iinertion .>7' ii.vrs, or .v Oknts Wlll:> ISKtil TKU KVKUV OTHF.U UAV. I'olltrUC tors are uot ?Hone I to asooed their spa e or iithertifio other than their leKiniuslH business, except by payiug ospooinlly for the sa...

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. — 2 August 1895

Tttnr n i first The Roanoke Team Put Up a Good Game, But Lost. Leach and Williams Both Do Good Work. The Fielding ot Both Teams Was Fairly Good. Hall Fuller, Thurslon, Viox and Lewis Carry Off the Honors. After being deserted for kodjo little time League Park put on its ueotis turned look yesterday afternoon, tlio occasion being llio gume hutweeu tbe lloauoke tueui uudtr the direction of Copt. I>ick Padden aud the "Truck era" wittli"Bot?bjr" Cbilds|at|tbe helm. There was a fair .audience present, ii Vas ii pretty efternooO, and all nature aecuied to shed its lustrous ln-ouia over tho diamond end tho people thereon, us well as to impart au nu'isuallly good in? fluence over those occupying seats in tho grand stand, extending even to tlio Lleaohers. There wore "rooters" there, ?if course thero was, where can you nod a team that ha.; not that very un ?lortatitaiijtiiiuet to bolp it olou;.;, either t.i victory or defoatV But they v,ere coufcidorato in their t< marks, and no ill fec...

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. — 2 August 1895

TIKI.I k<| l' l > 1 TAX 1,1? r t Bin mts, On let: J. I>. II.>i in iMiii. I Lvti: Cl i % ColMa i'r. No.'.' BjinS SrKKi t, August l?t. ISM. J In accordance win lie citv or.Hnvnc?. I "11! Bin on the ?ter? oi tue c t> iiaii.on skitkmukk SUKIS+, IS95.HI I.'. Mik ui ttie fjllowlllS City, Bramblcton and Atlantic Cit Property Delinquent for City Taxes fjr Year 1893. To all propMty tier*In ailrcribeJ will in- added the usual 5 per cent. Penalty and 6 per cent. Interest, with Acci.tionnl 10 per Centum and a per cent, for Cost of Advertising. J D IIOFHEIIIER, 1 tie City ?'..I!?mi.i CITY. An lei son Heieklsb, 6" WHIouehby street 5 b At cto Ethan, e-t, it lYruiiii'a itrtet 61 Allen 1. h ??. est.82 l ennuda stieet 0 Aw*. Mai?* K; 22 Newton slreel . a ArjaiiWst-'Wiii, .4'.. IMIsskt street. Atkins Theo, est, 493 Church 11 reel. Asbu y .1 l* and otters, trii?tecs,2li4 mid ioo Vinecn street .... ? Bauou W T, i-S I 1 eemstoti il"r Bra.)fold 11 >'. S2 H euer sin e . Uriidtonl 11 r. Tu...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 2 August 1895

COMMEBCIIL REPORT. Moiiov JleMretet Be Southeru Associated I'ros*. ? Srw Your, August 1.?Money on call eat? at lull por eettt. olosingnt 1 percent ster? ling exchange i* stro' g. " ith actual busi? tics* tu bunkers' bills at I89?u489l tor sixty <avs andlWlaaSOj for demand, rontoarntej. <00a 191. Commercial bills, 4?S}uiS'.'. (Jut cruuient bonds- sta&.ly. iitK sum k markkt?cuosixcl inus. American Cotton Oll. 2"J; American Cot toe Oil, prof, 711: American Sugar ltcBn rriea, 117; American Sugar Refineries, pref. \oti. Auic: 1.-..u Tobacco, 11'-: American To? bacco, prof. HI: Atchisou. Topoka an! Santa Fe, 1101.Baltimore und Ohio, Gl|; Can? ada raoltic. ?: Chesapeake and Ohio. 31}: ? hfcago and Alton, 168: OhlcugO. Burling lou Hudguincy. 911; CbioagoOaaTrust,57l; |>elaware and l.aeknwanua. 190}: Distil ert and; Cattle Feeder*. 21: Krle. 101: Erie. teed.. 24: General Klectric, oOJ: Illinois Central, lOOltLake Krle and w esteru.'J7J:I.?We 3>:rie ami Western, pref.. 8:11; l...

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. — 2 August 1895

pMltlRlSlIHGOD pTho Religious Prosperity of the United States. gOver Twenty Million Church Mem I bers. City Peor.l ? More Religious than Country People. Most Church Members In Pro? portion'in New Mexico. A largo qnarto volume, containing ! ' tlio statistics of chnrehos iu tho United i States, has just been added to the pub iished reports of tho census of 1H90. It j gives tlio returns of 14't distiuct do nominations and 1515 independent or- j gnnizations, with a total of 20,012,800 j ?onmiunicants, or mombors. Only ouo religious body is omitted in tho enumera? tion. No list of the number of worship- ( era nt tho Chinese temples was obtain? able, for none is kept, the assumption be? ing that every Chiuamnn who has not uctually depart od from his uneestr.il re? ligion is included among them. Great as are the number and variety of denominations, all except about 8 per cent of the total of members belonged in 1890 to 20 denominations only. In five of tho denominational families alone wcr...

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. — 3 August 1895

She Is the Speediest War Ship of Her Class Afloat. Crossos the Ocean Fron? the Needles to Sandy Hook in Six Days, Twenty three Hours and Forty-nine Minutes. A History of the Performance. Nkw 1'obk, August 2. -Tuo United States Commerce Destroyer, Columbia, next to Mmueapolis. the fastest war ? hip of her olassalloat, arrived hero to <lay from her race against time across lue Atlantic. No war ship ever built crossed the ocean 111 the same time, Tliese are the principal figures: 'lime from the Noeilles, Isle of Wight, to Sandy Hook Lightship, six days, twenty ttiroo hours, forty-nine minutes. Course, 3,112 knots; nvorngo hourly spied. lS..",:t; best hourly run, ?M.tii): List four hour run, SO.50. 'lhe daily runs Were from '2 p. m. of July 2Gtli, ut the Needles, to noon of (he following day, 105 kuots, and to uoou of each sncoeediug day :07, 17u, 4">7, !"..">, 48 ; aud f ?"> to Sandy Hook Lightship at 8 lil a. m. today. On July 30th, at '2 a, iu., it was a.jually uuil a sto...

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. — 3 August 1895

"Pat" Thornton Jakes His Place in the Ninth Inning. The "Farmers" Turn the Tables on the "Clams," and Give Them a Good Drubbing;- Tato and O'Hagan Make Home Runs. Geier Fielded Cleverly. THE VIRGINIA LEAGUE GAMES. Norfolk, C; Petersburg, 13, Portsmouth, 2; Uoanoke, 7. Richmond, 8; Ljuohburg, 2. \V licrc Iii? I'lnb. I'lar i'o-Dnv? Norf ol Ii m Petersburg. ICoanouo m I'ort.moiitii. r.riiciibure hi Iticliinttntl, SIIMldjIllff Ol III,' ( lullt. Won I.Oit Per Cent. Jtichn'.on.l. Sil .Olli I.vuchburR'. is 85 Portsmouth. 41'. >? Petor*l>itrg. 8? ;i .... I >orrdk. :r> t>; .oj Eoanoko. 81 ? . ?? Pktkrsiuro, Ya.. August 2.? i eters burg turned tho tables on Norfolk to day and easily defeated I hem in a woll played game, .lames tree uu enigma, tvhtcb tlie heavy bitters of yesterday could uot solve. Weeks was found whenever hits were needed, and retire in the eighth in favor of Thornton, At tbe beginning of the uiulb things looked rather squally-, but the boys hnd blood in their ...

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. — 3 August 1895

T HE Sheriff of Anne Arundel Co., Md., says: "1 luve used Dr. Deanc's Dyspepsia Pills Cor indigestion end weak stomach, which had ttouijlrd me lor iuiiie time, and was boon cared bv them "IcOHiidet thtm Ihr greal/amity meilitinr. "I] lal.cn when required; they ketp the Stomach in a healthy cond iipn.? THOMAS \. LIN I'HECUM, Sheriff. These pills, one taken after eat l> meal, iil\i?> * tin. dyspepsia and kindred ailment* At dtutfgltti ;i?:. Si ? 11 j lit Oil ? ticc umpM. DR. J. A. DE \NE C< '.. Kingston, New Vor1' ? 4 M t II. WANTED to it?< tire p?ai ? . * . <,k: linvc Und t tw-utr ; ? -?i - e peiii-ii ". < in t n li it oil r erance, Addtt lull lautet tlrect, Norfolk Yj t ? ..? f .-tOOD FAYING INVESTMENT fot pJitJ Willi \r nunll cspiiaL Addrei* >V. I\ J.; care .sorioll *> Irglniau, julll-lw ll'ANTKK V wli.t* n d'll? ng-nomati lud. M light i n rm tk inn I lireoa , i< inli. >, A a; >n I li-'i." Id Bitty. Ii p j Monday lu.m I b-t?i? ii . nil I l ocliik to...

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. — 3 August 1895

tisvAitusaco 18.6. HJBU6HED LVL?x' M?USINO EXCEPT MONDAY. VI?GINUN UUN.D1NO. MAIN AND i OMillCUCE SI HEEL-?. M. bLKNNAN. Owsr.i.. 1<M1S OlKOUUA'i'I?N OK TUE YIKUINIAN Ii LAHOMA IN EXCESS or au. ot?i: uavtr bubltitied in East ?> :i Virginia. Itscirculau u tu NorfoW ?u?I Portsmouth i?'..r< ??er tll?U that "f any ptpot published ctuicu.uk i iu tu- two c tit*. .tu delivond in ?N- ? Uli'!' or Norfolk nad rorlimoiltb nu l suburbs tor tu cents ? ?esk. s ail etib <i riptiiins, l o.t >ro paid. l".v. Dops.r* pet ye >r; l'hi a Doliari roi -ix mouths. Oi.o Dollar aud Fi:*ty L'outs for tbres m t Ii a:i I l l ty (Vit- ror ono mont.. _. Aii\ortttfnnntH insert! 1 nt !Ur. tool .s Cem? ,tS,t\ l l'ii.- . is 0 iu 10 c; eu Ii . uiisi! quent insertion 37j i im-, or < i'.nt.h ?hc? inm-iTt:i? BVEnv othkk i>ay< (kontra*, tors arc not allowed to exceed i oir sou v vt M ertiso other than thoir logitimPto t>u*iutss. except by paying especially for tb>' same. ThkWUKI.Y VlROlMAN ...

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. — 3 August 1895

I "TRUCKERS" NOT Ii II "Dick" Padden's Boys Sliow the Home Lads How to Play. Fry Was Invincible, While Clare Was Hi! Sufficiently to Win the Game. The Roanokcs Bunched Five Hits in the Eighth and Won Easily. Four hits were all Itiu homo team could get oil' "Foxy" Fry yesterday, end an four t-cattering hits very sel? dom win a game, tliu ouuseipjeuoo ia that the '?Truckers" wont down yea cerday afternoon, before the all rounil clevor work of tun Ltoaookes, who pounded the delivery nf J'itelier Clare lue eleven hits with a total of fourteou bases. Tho Portsmouth huya wore ro tired in one, two, throe order, witu the exception of two inuiuga, the fourth aud the sixth, tu the fourth Oavillo hit the hall, aud a nieo clean unglu wua the result. Ho stule second very cleverly, and took third on a wild inten. Vetter hit a lly to Lewis in loft Jield, Knox hit to Paddea and favillo van tin own out at the home plate. Mangan way hit by Fry, aud nil liar Krove did was to send one out to tho Jeft h...

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. — 3 August 1895

HE ItJF ft PUGILIST Mrs. Corbitt Tells of Her Life With Her Late Husband. When She Met Him Fame Knew Him Not. When Notoriety Came He Was Tormented by Women. A Story With a Good Deal of Pathos In It. TT.ore has been a great deal in tho pa? pers recently concerning a e-xiit brought by Mrs. Corbett, wife of tho pugilist, for an absolute divorce from her hus? band. Mrs. Corbett. it may not bo geu rrally known, was born in Amsterdam. N. Y.,wheu her parents wore visiting relatives in that city, but was raised in Santa Ornz, Cal., and wan graduated from the State Normal school in San Jesu. In an interview with her in the San Francisco Examiner she says: *'l expected to begin touching, but Jim came to Santa Cruz and changed every? thing. Ho was a big, handsome boy then. I met him one night at an enter? tainment) and he be^au to pay attention to me at once. We used to go to hops nud had lovely times. Jim was ouo of the beet dancers I ever knetr. lie was a bookkeeper in the Nevada bank then. ...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
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