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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 15 August 1895

CONEIRCIIll REPORT. MiMiev Sfttrliet, PvSouthoru Aasoointn.I Pros?. Nkw Torf. August 14.?Money on call easy at lall per oeut.closlng at l 1? <i cent, sort? ing exnuance is cnsior. wllh actual business in bankers' bills at s!!*Uii4S'.>; for sixty .lays ami tWiatSO) for demand. Government bauda quiet. the stock market? tl.oslNO uics. Atuericnn Cotton OH. 261: American Cot ton Oil. I ref. His American Suaur lteflu cries. 113s; An oriciiu Su^ar Iteftlieries, pr?f. 103: American Tobacco. 110 American To? bacco, prof. H2t; Atchisoti, Topeka aril Santa Fa. 151: Baltimore and Ohio, 61: f'an ndn Pacific. 52: Chesapeake and Ohio. ?0i: Chicago and Alton. 168: Chicago linrlinsj ton nmlQuiney. h 1i; Chicago Ga* Trust. 591; Dclavrara end l.ecknwnnn?. 1011: i?i-nii er* and Cattle I coders, '.'U ! rio. 8|: P.rie. icif.. '.0: Qenernl Metric. 301: Illinois Central,991 :T,ake Kriean I Western 25}: Lake Frio ami Weatcrtl. pref.. 81: l*ko Sinu c, ISO; !Lonisvllle an t Nashville. io...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 15 August 1895

In Illinois Many of the Gentler Sex have Been so Honored. The Grand Work Done by Dr. Sarah Hackett Stevenson. A Daughter of "Pig-Iron" Kelly Toiling on Behalf of Factory Em? ployes. ISpcelnl Chicago Letter ! A notable company of brilliant wom? en ore just now occupying nppointivo offices in the state of Illinois, A nuni bor of them are nationally known, und others arc not without honor in I hi! community in which they live. Tho first woman to bo appoiutcd ns n member of tho Illinois state board of health was Dr. Sarah lluokott Steven? son, who Is not only known in this country, bill across sou . one of the nblest women in the medical profes? sion. She WOS ma !. ' one of the seven jxiombers which muke up tlti.-. board in Bit. BAU.VH I! U KVNTT STKVENSOlt. lP9o. and accepted the somewhat oner? ous duties, for the doing of which theft is no pecuniary return, as a matter of principle. Si.me Idea of what it mentis ?to be u member of thd state board of liealth can bo found from tho fact t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 16 August 1895

I OCEAN VIEW WRECK Examination of Witnesses Began Yesterday. Continued To-day, Mr. Barrett Tolls What Occurred the Evening of the Accident. Other Witnesses Who Were On the Train Testify As to the Rate of Speed Traveled. Tho eorauei's inquest to ascertain the cause of tho accident uu tbe (Jeeau View Kailroud, August 'Jtb, was beld at tbe public school Ijoiiru in Hunters Mile yesterday and was conducted by Justice Hawks and tbo following gen? tlemen composing the two juries: Jury No. 1 to report uu tbo death of Arthur tiatowood: .lohn A, Lesuer, forrniuu: Win. Carmine,W. T. Htevoue, George Robertson, .1. .1. Kausomo and Harvey Allen. Jury No. '2 on Wtu. C\ Muriiaugb: 11. W. Savage, foreman; E. It. Hunks, j\. C. Cromwell, G. M. Veal, R, H. Ferguson und W'm. 13. liiiuter. I ho jury beard the testimony ol a dii/.eu witnesses and adjourned till ? o'clock this moruing. The Coroimr, mombers of tlio jury, lawyers, county ollicers, witnesses-, liewt-pnper men and citizens assembled at U:4?, b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 16 August 1895

The "Hill Climbers" Find Him tor Eighteen Hits. The "Clams" are Playing; Great Ball. They Have Only Made Two Errors in Four Games. Petersburg Lost to Roanokc. Other Games and Notes. THE VIRGINIA LEAGUE GAMES. torfolk, 3; Lyuuhburg, 11. Petersburg, 1; Roanoke, 14, Hicbuioud 0; l'orisnioutb, 2. \IUstc the Clubs l'lnr l'o-dmv /orrolk iu s.rt<chbnrff( jliclimuitd lu Porl?iui>ulli,t?ro araiuea jPatorabsirs In lloiinouc . MIKUdltikT ?>' ""' * ???>?? Won Lost Ter Csul. Itiohmond. <-* :" -'j45 Lvuchburg'. f" ???'JI Portsmouth. *'?> &! *w Petersburg. < ? <G< Koanoka. <<? ?<>-' Norfolk. SU M SpeoUl Dispstoh to the Virginian. Lykohbobo, Va., August 15.?To day was an oil day for Pitcher Wil? liame, suil tbo Lyuohburga batted bnu rigbt aud left. Tbe result was a ouo sided gouie from begiuuiog to eud, the tiual score beiug II to 3. M'ison, tb6 ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 16 August 1895

Brings comfort and improvement and tends to personal enjoyment when sightly used.. The many., who live bet? ter than others mid enjoy life more, with *ess expenditure, by more promptly adapting the world's best products to the needs of physical beiug, will attes* the value tv health of the pure liquid laxative principles embraced in the remedy, Syrup of Figs. It- excellence is ?lue to its presenting *u the form most acceptable and pleas? ant to the taste, the refreshing and truly beneficial properties of a perfect lax? ative ; effectually cleansing the system, dispelling colds, headaches and fevers end permanently curing constipation. 3t lias given satisfaction to millions and met with the approval of the medical profession, because it acts on the Kid? neys, Liver and Bowels without weak? ening them and it is perfectly free from every objectionable Bubstunc/*. Syrup of Figs is for sale by all drug? gists in 60c and $1 bottles, but it is man? ufactured by the California Fig Syrup Co....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 16 August 1895

JjpTAllIJsnF.il 1S??. tl'BUSliED KYEUX MOIININO BX-CBri" MONDAY. \ ir.UlNi an UUXLDiNO. I MAIN AND COUUE?CB STUBBTA M. OI.KKSAN. U\vxt:i,_ riiKOlUClXATlONOK THK \ I lit* i NI AN Is L.AHOELY IN KXOBSS of aoj othir t aj'cr published in East i u Virnim... :t? otrcnbuiou in NorruU ami iorti<iuoiita is creator ttniu Ibai ot nuy jiRpoi published or tirouinte.l iu the two oitii -? .% :t delivered iu the cities of Nor/ ... ?o > Torteiuouth iiu.l ?uourn- lor IU oguts ri week a nil ml>- ripti?n?. i>h?i..ko paid, i'.v.- Dollars per year; L'hree Dollar? n>: -ix uionibu. One Doliur uud Kbiy Cenls fur thre? mm-tb?. an I lrty Cut. lor one mont . A,.'.i-; ni. n: iuterto I nt ln? ruto ol .? Cks-ik a St,CAi sKntsi is-' anus; nach tuiu-e tiuout iuiortiou T Cksts, or ."> I ? i st< v hi n IJSsi.itk.ii i ? in . rlil.li ''ay. run trac? tors are not nlloive.i 10 exceed t;.eir upa u or mt'Ortieo oibrr tbau tlioir legitimst? bnsiucs...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 16 August 1895

PORTSMOUTH NEWS ITlSPiSiOfSGfli Cut Umpire Joanes' Mistakes Gave It to The Richmontls. Brandt Pitched a Superb Game and the Eoys Behind Him Did Great Work, But They Could Not i Overcome the Mistakes of Umpire Joanes. The ?'Truckers," a'ter an absence of ? veil;, u;-aiii fueed a lioiue audieuco jet it-rosy afteiuuou witn tue Itiob* ji O 0 vlltb hm ? heir uppuut ulu, aud lor ?.Ten tunings tbey played ?tiaguiticeut ball, Brunot, who wax lu tue box lor lur lioiuo team, was simply iuviueible, tiie visitors lailiug to get a bit oil his delivery the brut seveu innings, Tbe hoys who wore tlic greou aud gray, wi'ro full of tife and activity, aud ?eld <?( and rnu liases to perlectiun. Fiyuu, mno bus been dubbed the "wizard" "?twirled" for tbo "Blue Birds," ami bin slow drops, lu aud nut curves, with ?ir without speed, cut no tigure with tbo Portsmouth lads, for tbey just hit him right aloug. lu fact, lie was ?Iitut that lie would be ogam knocked out ot the box tbat be bcld a confab...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 16 August 1895

A PresumptioirTMan Has Taken a Censusot tho Infernal Regions. dome Curiouj ?taiistics Found in an English Freethinker's Magazine as' . to the Number of Souls Saved and Lost Since the Days of Father Adam. In a late edition of an English Free thinkers' magaaiue wo find some curi? ous statistics ou the relative number of souls thut have been saved and lost siui o the creation of tbo world. Tboyaro very faulty ns well ns rashly prosnutptivo (this hitter remark refers to the probs ble number of soul- lost between the date of the birth of Adam aud that of Christ), but are qucoi and interesting nevertheless. Tho following is u syuop- I sis of tbe arti?le In round numbers The earth ban n population of 1,800,000,000, of whom 800,000,000 ore professed Christians, Uio other 1,000,000,000 being Moham? medans, Buddhists, Jews, pagans and : heathens. Tho whole rnco was con? demned t" eternal punishment for the ' sin of Adam. This was the fall of man. j aud for which there was and is no re? dempti...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 16 August 1895

COM "MGIIL REPORT. ii.v JlnrU?l. P,v9outhern Associate 1 Press, flew Yon v. August 15.?Money on call o.ity et lull per oeut closing at l p i etut. Sterl tuK excnauge inactive, with actual business tu bankers' Inlla'at 4s9}ulS'Jt for sixtv ilnya and -i? i? r.a ?(?? for demand. Poateil rntea. (t'OelBl. Cotmrorotal 1 ills, 48i;niaj. Uot ?luinent bonds easier. tue btook ?ulket? CLOSING BIP*. American Cottou QU. 251: American Cot (oi: Oil. | ref. 74: American Bugar Keflu ?ru*. 1141; An ?rieau Sugar Refiueriee/pref. JIM American Tobacco. 10If: American To taeej. pref. 111; Afeshisoii, TopeUa an I Canta le. I5j; Itallimore and Ohio, 8l{: Can ?<ia Pacific. CS: Chesapeake and Ohio. 21; Chicago and Alton. 100t Chicago Harting lott audQuincy. !0;: ChicagoGaaTrust.CO}; flelaware und Laokawanua. 181: 1> -til? ers aud ( attle 1 coders. 21; Trie. SJ. P.rit'. a-eef.. '.0j; Qeueral Klectrio, :'.''?!. Illinois (>nlral,994: Lake Erieaml Westerti.CB: Lake Frie aud Wi -t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 16 August 1895

I OUTLOOK VtRY BRIGHT | 'i Every Indication of a Big Business | In the Future. Corn Reports Most Flattering. The Wall Street Bulls Expect an Old Fashioned Campaign and their Hope is HiR.li. What the Veterans Say. ,? vji an ??sic reports on tlio crop situa? tion issued during tho roar by the gen? eral govern uueut or tho vurions stutos those for August aud September are considered tho most momentous. The statements of the agricultural bureau tit Washington ore given out on the 10th of each month. TU-.- figures just furnished fully bear out tho fluttering accounts re? ceived by telegraph uud until from re? sponsible eourcos :i- well us the hopefuli expressions of proniinout railway offi? cials who have returned from tours of inspection over various big systems. Tho increase iu money value of this year's crops will be euormous, and upon this ouc fuel nioro than anything eis?' is predicated the absorption of securities und tho great strength of the markets. As tho farmer will receive fa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 17 August 1895

The Accident is Declared Unavoid? able by The Juries of Inquiry. Expert Testimony Submitted. The Board Said to Be One of The Best in The United States. A Spike Derailed the Train. Interesting Evidence. Tlte coroner's jtuy concluded yestor day the iuvealigatlon uf the causes ?which produced tbe wreck on tbo Ocean \ low Kailroad uud rendered a Verdict that tbo accident was unavoid? able. Tbe inquiry vraa beid yesterduy aa ?n tbo prcvioua duy at tbo Huuters villo scboolbutise. The attctiduucu was not quite so large as ou tbe previous day, as maDy oi tbe wituohses bad been excused. Tlie testimony tm. en was iu tbo tnaiu, of export character. The tirat witueta railed was C'apt, Coloua, of tbe Oceau View railioad. CAPTAIN COI.ONA. He testified that be bud been iu tbe employ ul tbe Ocean View rood about aeven years; Unit tbe roadbed lias beuu recently thoroughly uvurbauled uud mado new, aud tbo gauge bud beou widened to tbo stundurd, ttie woigbt of tlte railb being chunked Iroui thirty to ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 17 August 1895

^Concluded from first page.] in this country?sev?uty pounds to the vard. I "have examined roods from Nova Scotia to Now Orleans aud I iiuvo never seen a rail of thu same weight in Ose. The cnrves on tho Ocean View rail? road are not unduly sharp. Koran electric raiiway they would he consid? ered moderate," and there is not a curve on it that the heaviest locotnottve oould not pass over, 1 believo the heaviest locomotives of tho Norfolk aud \Yost ern do go over this road. Examining the plan of the acnideut Mr. Johueton said ou tho pluu you hand me 1 seo the curve is mal ked I do grecs and 2a minutes. This is a very easy curve eveu lor a steam road. I would think it prudent for a car on uu electrical train to | a** Ibis curve at any rate of speed you could get at tbirtv or forty miles an hour ?itu ?afety. Ou ?team roads I have been around t em ?t fifty miles an hour. As au expert meat I have been around them at eighty miles. If an accident occurred at that poiul 1 would not say that i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 17 August 1895

Shaky Nerves, twitching fingers, a seilte of prick ting all over the bucly, arc due to pour digestion. Dr. Dearie's Dyspepsia Pills cur; (not merely relieve) oll Ibra-; ofiiyspep ?i.i. heartburn, and v W headache. A trial i> cheap. Send postal ?for a i ta t: sample. HR. J A. DEANE CO., King! Ion, New York. At U:w-.:.\ SJC._ ? A S W. I?. sari II 1 < "IV as I I 11 Ibo.M V? deljdila I'a wan - on ? o gnaleoi leioala. I one fot Nor J'ortatnoitth. Call on general lrn<a'.lng agent II J 10 ?K. .:; Kail Main ?treet. Net oil. Va. K CO .ol I ii la ? o live agents, k lie klej and \UI } i apltal, 10 i a: l'l ah K t ita, t ! ipei ia ty. ?I \\,'ANTKU M 11 11 V irgluta Aceocy *icai u'.ei S'f w-fi.lv 1,1g aucceal WberaVei Ml % .t t ??! an eiieiiibmal opportunity. Avply t > ?MR. lit KNI 8 it lei Norfolk, au Ii -I* *\VA\T! t' i:>,n:n or r um aud U,er I ill pi iTelc ?V lauillr.coim'nlftit to wholesale Section; ref ?teucea a-LeJ anJ steer. WA-SAW. ?...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 17 August 1895

BSTAUL1ABKU 18.15. PUBLISHED KYliBl* MOUNINO EXCEL'T MONDAY. VIllUINlaN UUULDINU. MAIN AND < OMili'.lt' E ?l'HEETA Sl. ULKNNAN. OwXBK. ?i'HB?lUO?liATlO.X?K l'UK V1IU11NUM 4s 1.A.HULXY IN KXU&?? of an., other paper published iu Kost i u VTrglutu. ;i* circulation in NorfoU und Portsmouth js urvater Ibatl thai Ol nuy pacor published or . ircUiatB.1 in the two eitie?. ,t delivorrd in the cities o( N >rf >Ik au.l Portsmouth and siiOum- tor It) cents a vesk. v a? snli? rlptions, postage paid. S'iv.- Dollar? per year; Ihre? Dollr.rs Im -II niomlis. Duo Dollar and Kitty Cent? lor tbio.- cioi th>, au l l-ifty Cent- loi one tnont-j. A?t\ertneiut'OtN inserted attlieratooi . ? Ck>k a Sim al'insTtSsm.?-. i.i U ?ul u,uent liiiortioa 5l7! Um-, or . i Wilts ISsli TKI> ?:vl uv ?' Ii.i n O.W. I.OUtrap- ; tors are not ?l'o?o.l to e\cr. I ' ait spa o or lubortiao other Ihan tbeir iBRltiraste business, except t>&...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 17 August 1895

BT EWS 1 he "Truckers" Divide Honors Willi Hie "Blue Birds." Brandt Showed His Superiority Ova<* Tanuebill. Hallman lias a Sprained Wrist and was Taken Out. He was Doinp; Fine Work. Knorr Hit Hard. Honors were evenly divided iu the tue bail gauies betweeu li o homo to ma ? uii tbe v alters > es ct.luy. 1 h.iro was o fair audianeu present to ebeer the "Truckern" tin to victory, uuti uotwitb etuudiuyj tbe muuy detents tbey liuve tuet wuh receutly thoro Were Iota ot |s*ople pressui who believed they eould iila- ball, aud whether tbuy wou or lost they were dateruiiued to Htiek by tbe eolors ot tbu borne leant, ot cuutsu ihey preloried seeing tbetn w.u. uud a <-lub i.ever started in batiic wit? luoru eueourageiueut ihuu did tbu boys who represent this city ou tbe diuiiioud. l.vuu tbote who are Luuwu by tbe ?obriquot ol knot bole umpire* aud crack acratebers uud peepers beut up a ?bout aud told our lads to "Eat Viu ?ip," "Get at eui," abuuted tbe big red f...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 17 August 1895

USE COMB FOUNDATION. tO rix-vfnf. ltur Comb? und Eoon?ml:re? tho Tluio uud Labor uf IVi*. Previous to tho introduction of foun? dation the mnkrvshifl:' for producing Straight ami even combs were many and ?he success uncertain. Comb fouuduUon to without doubt tho proper thing topre ?rut bnr cotiibs. 1' also economizes tho time iuiri lubor of tho bees. It is hardly advisable for tbo atuatonr to make his emu foundation, that supplied by tho 4calern belrig cheaper. I?'-t one should ?ever buy a pound of foundation from ?Uiy but reliable dealers, a* so tnueb of the was used ia adultcral d with para Su. etc. Thii is parti ulnrly true of sec? tion fonndation, as ?> little of the ndul tornted pruduot there otuy condemn as adulterated otherwise purs comb honey. No one. h >w< vi r, should undertake to flispemso with foundation, particularly filths brood chamber. H is beliovcd STANUMUi AM? LIGHT STANDARD, that b??e.s consume 20 pounds of honey to i produce one o...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 17 August 1895

COMMIIL REPORT. Money Markets Pv Southern AHSoolato I Prois. J!fw Y w . August ?0.?Money on call eibv ?? lnli ?at oout.ciosiiiR at I V cent. Steri ?uk exituiiuaa '? easy. "ith ?o*??1 biiMiioss Iii bankers' bills at 4S!i>n4S.>.' for sixty days ?nid IVO ai ti. f?r demand. Posten rates. ?JVOatvl. Comii ereisl tills, <83{alta>. Gov? ernment bonds quiet. the stock SiailKKT? cl081so b.os. American Cottou Oll. '-':">?: American Cot xoi: Oil. prof. 74: Aiuerican H:ig?r IteSu <r:i i. Iii; American Sugar Itefiueries. prof, JOK Amoiob Tobacco. 10il|:Aliici onii To? lacoj, inet. III: Atuhison. Topek* and tiiii!.. Fe, l i; Baltimore ami Ohio, Gl}: Cau> ?da l'acitie. i'i; Chesapeake aud Obio. 21): Chicago and Alto?. 1CU: Chicago, H?rth)?' ion andQuincy. tu?; Chicago (in-Trust, 81: Delaware and Laokiiwauna. IUI': boil? ers and < attle feeders. '.?t. Erie. S;. Krle. veef.. iOj: Ueuoral Klsclric. 30): IIIin.iis C...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 17 August 1895

THE GOSSIP OF GOTHAM. Mr. Bayard Ib to Ralso a Bow In London. JLnniont i i.i, Decided That Mile* RhaU CoiutuanU Our Army Turning ttio tinrUcn Hose ?u a Count 111 mctaUUaa In New York. ICOPTUtGHT, I? "i For a number of months past prep? arations have been making iu Neve York to liava an unu? sually elaborate u c 1 cbrution of the Fourth Of July in London. Ii in u y seein rather o<lil iliut l Ii e American ;n etropolis should be Lhe scene i>f propara '.ion for a Celo l uat ion in the Knglish <hh>, but FOB LONDON'S FOURTH it >8 pv(Ml b(, Ambassador Uayard is very anxious, it seems, for tile afl'uir to be quite impos? ing, und he has a peculiar reason for tliis. It will be remembered that Ins remarks at n recent London dinner avc.ro most unfavorably conipurcd with those of his brother ambassador in France, ami said to bo lacking in true Americanism. These criticisms hurt Mr. Bayard greatly, for he is sensitive *m the subject of Iiis...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 18 August 1895

VOI. L?NO. 75 _ NORFOLK, VA. SUNDAY, AUGUST is; 1895 PRICE 2 CENTS RflNSOM'S MEXlGflM IAISSIOM 51 is Eligibility Passed Upon by Act? ing Attorney General Conrad.^ Some Q leer Complications Have Been Pointed Out by That Official. Tha Full Text of the Opinion With? held. Mr. Ransom's Friends Greatly Surprised. Hv Southern Au.ooiato.l i'r.'ii. NV.is 11 in ;ihn, August 17.?Tho ?pinion of AotiuK Attorney General < uiiruil I lint ex-Utate Seuutor lUnauui v us disqualified from appoiutiucut to *.bu Ali Mean Mission because of the ?oustitutioual provision reintiug to tbe eppoiutuicut of Senators tiutl Repre? sentative* tu civil otiiees, ttio etnolu r.tcuts of which were increased during the term of auch Senator, was based oil ttiu question whether an appointment (luted Iroui tUe tune of nomination or front Ilio date of nomination or from iim time tin.- commission was signed. In deciding Mr. Hansom's case tho Anting Attoruey Ueuorul laid down the <ttle that tliu appoint...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 18 August 1895

HftVE DROPPED flNOTHtR ONE That Is the Story That Came From Lynchburg Last Night. McPartlin Put the Ball Over the Plate and the "Hill Climbers" Did the Rest. Petersburg Won o Game. National League Games and Notes. THE VIRGINIA LEAGUE GAMES. Richmond aud Portsmouth games, rain. Lyncbburg, 11; Norfolk, 3, Petersburg, 4; Koanoke, 0. Wliere tbc Club? IMny ni iiismm . NorlOlU in l? union- ??. ??otcrobtirc in PortaUIOUttl, Richmond;in l.i m-liburs. Mlliiulii; (if III. Won Richmond. .. 03 Lyuchburg'. 6' Portbiuoaiu. 53 Peteri-burg. 10 ftoanoka. -It Norfolk. 8? <liil>?. Lost Per Cenl. :ij .044 ;:s .?!? &t .nt> 52 .408 5S .114 .3^7 By Southern Associated rrots. Ltschbvbo, Va., August 17.?Lynch burg made it three struight Irom Nor? folk by winning to day's game, Me Tartliu pitched for tho visitors and bad to sutler the same mournful fato us "Williame aud Herr did tho two days before. Tneru is n remarkable simi? larity in the (-core of these three g...

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