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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 18 August 1895

KNOWLEDGE Brings comfort and improvement and tends to personal enjoyment when sightly used. The many, who live hel? ler than others and enjoy life more, will; less expenditure, by more promptly tdaptihg the world's best products to \\\q needs of physical being, will uttes* the value to health of the pure liquid Su?atite principles embraced in the remedy, Syrup of Pigs. Its excellence is <lue to its presenting In the form most acceptable and pleas nut to the taste, the refreshing and truly beneficial properties of it perfect lax? ative: effectually cleansing the system, dispelling colds, headaches and levers ana permanently curing constipation. It has eireti Satisfaction to millions and ciet with the approval of the medical profession. hocaii-c it acts on the Ki'i lieys, Liver ttud Bowels without weak cuing them and it is perfectly free from every objectionable substance. Syrup of Figs is for sale by all drug fist's in fide and $1 bottles, but it is man? ufactured by the Californi...

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 August 1895

iotabusxvbd 1S;&. TUHL1SHED BY BUY MOlttUXQ EXGEl'X MONUAY. Y1BQIN1AN UUll.DINd. MAIN AND COMMEBCB BTilBBTd. M- GLKXNAN. Owxr.R. XIIB OIBOOLATION OF TUE Y1UUINIAM la IJvBOEUY IN EXOESS or auy othur i;ai>cr published iu East i n Virginia. Its circulation Iti Norfolk und I'ortsmoutli i-> greater limn tkul of auy papor published or ?ireuiated in the two ottios. .t is delivered iu the cities of Norf .II; and Portsmouth aud suburbs tor 10 cents n weak, Vail sub- ripttons. post-iips paid. Five Dollars per year; Three Dollars tor six months. On? Dollar ami Kiity Conts for three months, aud 1 irty Oonti tor otto rnontK , .. Advertisements inserted ut tho rnlo or . > CbVIB A fSQUAuaFlltM ISSKHTloN! ou.-ll SUUSO" quent insertion ?<"' Cents, or Bi Cunts whi n INSKl.TKIl KVKBV OTItBB 1?AV. I onttao tons are not allowed to exceed tbeijr spa o or ndvertiso other tbau their lORiumsto business. e\c?pt by pr.yi.i-: especially tor the same. THI.Wl.lKlV VlBOINlATI ISO ?ABOMNIAS, eight ...

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. — 18 August 1895

PORTSMOUTH NEWS Remunerative Ramblings by The Virginian's Rambler. A Very Light Docket in the Mayor's Court. Women Arrested for Stealing Corn. Police and Firemen Receive Their Pay. Personal Notes. I hero will bo two excursions this Voek. There will be no meetings of nuy tind this week . The balloon joou lauded at Lambert's I'oiut Friday night. 1'olice Officer Winningder is taking diu ten days' holiday. Thirty painters were discharged from the navy-yard last night. Tbu public seh.uds will begin ou Monday, September '.id. Suuuary Inspector P. P. Johnson expects to come out thib week. Mr. Harry J>ai>bioilu left yoslorday for Hmithtield tu juiu his fumily. Airs. Copt. Viuceut aud fumily are sojourning in Scotland Nock. N. C. The polioe and firomen wore paid yesterday for the Jirst hull of August, Mrs. Clyde K. Smith has goue to Oloucestet county on a visit for a fow days, Mr. John J. King left yesterday for Mountain Lake Park, Md., tu juiu his family, Hev. Mr. Konnnrd loft yesterd...

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. — 18 August 1895

Something About tho Frocks of an TJnoommonly Pretty Trouasonu. ?j.irnlnu llr???i?v?, Aftomoon Oowa* and tin* Daintiest of Concoction* lu Linens and Lawns - Hate, l"aru?oN unit Driving (Hi" - trousseau in New York. I've had a note frci::i UlO prettiest girl in the city, (telling; mo that her modiste will shew His nil the wonders of her bridal prepa? rations if wo go." So, I too, laid aside other work, and in a few minutes wo were on Fifth ave? nue, which, even in thi-se hot Juno days, is crowded with busy shoppers, reveling in fresh, summery frocks and [bonnets. The modiste's rooms arc perfectly ap? pointed, and it was a luxury to slnlt gntoancas)' chair, while Marie, the deft maid, spread out a preut clean si I cot on Die Hour to protect the gowns from the carpel Why women who are (.-ohig to be searricd should buy so many frocks I cannot understand. One enn't, try as one will, wear more than n certain number of frocks in u season, and the result is that they prow old fashioned, yet ...

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. — 18 August 1895

F?ll LITTLE FOLKS. Corning Cliamploi lue.sliu Sohia.no of Roslindale, Mass., C yearn of ago, is able to noconipliah rides ?which many au older rider would hard? ly attompt. Twenty-five miles a day is not too much for him, and bo has been known to make u run of A% miles in 20 ruin ntos.?L. A. W. Bulletin. ^ Tlie rniietuatlon Points. ' V. Pix little marks from school uro vfo, \jtU Very Important nil agroc, Syglf! Filled to tho brim with mystery, Six little marks from school. ) One little murk is round und small, Hut where it stands tho voice must full. At the close of a sentonce nil Plane this little muri; from school. One little murk with gown a-tralllng Holds up the voico, nover falling. Tells you not long to paus? when bailing This littlr, murk from school. If out of breath you chance to meet Two little dots, i oth round and neat, Pause, und these tiny guardsmen grout? These littlo marks from school. Whoa shorter pauses uro your pleasure, Onu trails bis sword?takes half the meas? u...

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. — 18 August 1895

Capitalists Planning the Regula? tion of Anthracite Coal. Gain Control of Railroads Which Mine as Well as Transport. When Reading is Reorganized the Scope of Combine Will Do Unfolded. Loss Great. ' A development of tho near future of "the highest importance from a specula 1-tivc Standpoint will be the termination of the demoralization which now exists in the anthracite coal trade. Tho trou iblu in this trade ia not n decreased cou Irnmption, bnt instead nu oxeeesivo pro Idaction, with n consequent broakdown 'in prices. * Had the prices for coal which were received iu tho first half of 1894 been -obtained in tho first six mouths of 189G stho freight revenue would have been [4)20,030,033, or nu increase of !.;i,o?ti, 2t)C. Had tho prices which were received pi the first lialf of 1898 boon obtaiucd tin 189". the froight revonuo would havo fbeeu (37,686,050, or au iucroaso of 1729,284. ; Tl.e loss on coal and freight together lor the first six rat itiths of 1896, ns com? pared with tho ...

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. — 20 August 1895

He Wns a Retired Associate Justice ol the Supreme Court. He Was Nominated by President Grant in 1870. A Lawyer of Great Ability. He Passed Uon a Great Many Important Cases, Deatli From Paralysis. i:v Soullieru Auanoiato I frits*. 'Washington, August 19--Associated Justice Mim i: ? rriin-.l ? ol the United (Mates Supreme Court, tlied nt Lako Uiuuewaska, N. Y., to-day. The di? rect cause of bis death was paralysis, but be ban been much an luvuild dur? ing ninny years, William Sttoug, sou of tlio Rev, Wil? liam Lighthouse Strong, was buru in B?rners, Tollaud county, Cooneotiotit, May 6, 1808, He \iaa educated at tbe I'luinheld Academy and Yule College, graduating ot the ago ol '20 years. After a brie! career iih school teacher, be rcturucd to New llaveu and grudu uled from the luw st'bool of Vale. Re? moving tbeuco to rinladclphiu be wits aduuttod to Ibe bar in 1832. Tbe young lawyer obosc Heading, l'n., for 1ns borne ami entered upon tbe pructico of bia profeaaiou. In 1847, Having tak...

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. — 20 August 1895

Roanoke Took a Game From Nor? folk in tFe Last Inning. Weeks Was Wild and Thereby Hangs the Cause of Norfolk's Tale ol Woe. Playing Good Ball, but Hard Luck Accompanies Them. Other Games. THE VIRGINIA LEAGUE GAMES. Norfolk. 0; Roanoke, 7. Richmond, 0; Lj nob burg, 6. Portbraoutti, 14; Petersburg, 7. \? liero Ihv CliiO? 1*1*1 V 1 o-l?nr. Nur Toll, in ICouiiollr. IVtcnbiire 1" I'sirteillOlllo, Rlotmaoud;in i-i lu iiUiiru, Mantflns ol ?>??? ? tiiiis. Won 1 o-t Per Ceut. Rtehmond. ' I Lvncliburi;. ?>7 3U ?' '? Vortstnoutn. St ?I 4?j Veterslmrg. "'? ? ?'? , Romioke. *>< Nerlolk. ?'J 6--' s *| Epoolal Dlspateb to Tbo Virgiuiaa. Roanoke, Vb., August Ii?.?Roanoke made a garrison finish this afternoon batting out tbe game niter all bone of suocess teemed p,oue. Williuuas suc? ceeded Weeks ?fter tlie Utter had tilled the bases by bis wilduess, uud for several innings pitched great bull. Score: BOAXOKI . N 'tllul s. ltltl'Of Kit fit ebrrw.it.. u -' ."? ? ?cler, II : 8 U U lultz.il....

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 20 August 1895

Chronic Diarrhoea ts cured by the use of our Pills, specially prepared and sold in yellow wrappers. Jdake sure- ul this. If ihey don't, write US fully, and well sind a special pill that will, at the :,amo price This L? ?uinc trouble, but Dr. Dcane's Dyspepsia Pills tic prepared lo cure. Yellow wrappers when dv^i, me loune, wluii- when cutistipalud. S)awe>atdiugn :??. Send to ta for a hce uaujrtc. UK. J. A. UEANK < O.. King Lou, Ni w Vurk. \ NTRUi VVANTEH Roy? an I girls.sld people aud uild *1 ? e ag d mat' ??! fauijiw wlm 'an read and w i if sue ? ' ?,11mg lo kttsll - 'ui f'J SOa day lo ca I ?tuner on B..I. l.u iK, 411 la-l Mum -I.i Nor t Ik. \ a. "a- '-<f "IVAST ED?Sllual bookkeeper, or position M In ii ?>liul ku 0 01 ? oy in - Hin bouse. Can Jive u,e beat of lehreDccs. Addren H A Of.D, leanei, V> sull-ai* \V \.\ I Kb ? Flist class Hand Ki ? r Address ?1 I OPRTLANll 1.1 MUKltCO., Norfolk, V i. .iil?-'.t? -il'AVJin Kooiu or r. em aud boart Is private m raiiillv,<ou...

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. — 20 August 1895

jcsT-Uu.isur.u 1!L6. ICBUSHJJD EVEBX M0UN1NQ BXCBl'T MONDAY. V,1UU1N1aN BUILDING. ?A1NAHU S?MilUHCBSlUlfiKri.. M- OI.ENNAN. OWSKR. TWlCrUlUOULATlONOKTUK VlltCHNlAN it LaJKiELV IS l.XCr>S uf au> othur iaeer published hi lCa.it 1 u Virginia. 'is circuluti.iu pi NorroW ami lortsrnoulti i* creator lltau that of auy papui published ct i iiouiatetl in tbe two eitle?. t is delivered iu the eitle* ot Norf ? ?? -'u'l Portsmouth aud itibitrb- lor 10 cants a ???t N subnription*. postage pai'M Sit?! Dollar* pot years Three Dollars No jix nioiillia. Ono Dollar auil Fifty Cent- f?r three months, au 1 fifty c'"'1- ;": 01:0 WAdVovtiti'ni?.n:? m-ortd at the rate of 75 Ca>i? a s..i ?m?.KiuM isskihiun: each snoso qttent' insortioit !>7J Cunts, or ? ': smx ?M..wP B**at .' owtrao tors arc not nl'owcl to exco (I I eir apace or iiibortUe other than tlieir lORounsto business, exc.pt b> paying ospocially .or the same. TBK WRKKI.T Vll .c ia ? CtHnl.lNlAN, eight pages. t< deliveiod, postage ...

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. — 20 August 1895

? PORTSMOUTH NEWSl 1? Portsmouth Is Slowly But Firmly Settling In Third Place. James Was Hit Freely and Moynihan Was Found Quite Lively. But The Hustle The Home Boys Got On Was a Bip; Factor In The Game. Portrc.outb, in defeating Petersburg resUrduy, vridcued the dlstauce be iwL-en the two clubs for (bird place iubt ? fow point*. Tbere was n loir orowd prabout to ueo tbo game and, of contsa, ilio Portsmouth people were somewhat ?dated over their cIuIj'h success. This is only uaturui and it is to bo expected that tbo "rooters" in each towu will jell for their dub to win. uud it uoibo ?iud conlusiou wilt do auy good <noy will do their duty iu thst direction, toward winning tbo gome. Portsmouth, ss well a* evory otbor Leaguo city, bus b?t inil quota of "cranks," "fans" tiud "rooters," who waut their pota to win every gamo il possible, uud wheu tlioy do win, why thev just cujoy it to their hearts con? tent". But there was tot a mao, woman or child at ycsturday'B game who kuow ouytbiu...

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. — 20 August 1895

iN FAVOR OF LIVING RIGHTLY First Great Purity' Congress to nfttet' iri Baltimore. Tho Licensing of Vice by Slate Legis? latures Will be D.si ussed. Dr. Jparkluirst Will be There. Oc? tober 13th to be Observed as "Purity Sunday." Tho first national congress of tho Jvtnericau Purity alliance will be hold in Baltimore Oct. lt. K> aud lt.. Aar m M. Powell, president "f the alliuncu, has issued an invitation to the members of tlie various organizations in sy tu pa thy With the movement to attend the . cougress, which will bo hold in tho I Park Avenue Friends' Meeting house. "Tbociii^ie-s." said Mr. Powell, "is heldcbccapso the tinn sei uis to have ar- . rived when b'i?h careful, thoughtful und intelligent consideration should be given to the important problems in? volved in the purity movement. In New "ilork an incorporated organization,on at ? ed forth, purpose, prepared a bill for introduction in llio legislature to licouse und legalize vice in curtain districts uf tho city. A kindr...

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. — 20 August 1895

s Money JlnrUel. Uv Southern Associate I Pr?4b. NnvVnm'.AuRibt 19.?Money on call ensy at 1 per cent, closing "tip r cent. Sterl? ing eXolinUge is t.nly. "iln actual bnsiooas V. bankers' bill* at 48?|atS9} for eUty dura and 4901*4.901 for ilentaud. IWed rate*. aVOalfl. CoVm erol-d bills, 483|al8S;. C.ov liuuicDt boiMla quiet. Tili: stock mauset? C'l-ORIN'O BIOS. American Ccdton Oil. 20}: American C it ?flu' Oil. tref. 74: Aiiiericnn Sugar ReSr,? tries. 112?: Ali'OricsM Sugar ilohtierie?. pr"f. inn American Tobacco, 921: Auitricnn To. vacoo, pre*. 101: Topeki nn 1 Atchison. (.aiitu I f, i"; Baltimore and Obio. Gl: Can ?jila PaclHe. '3 . i,...,.... ,??.. and Ohio. '21: Chicago und Alton. |fin< Obicago Itnrhn" ion nndQuincy. '.0?; Chicago O a* Trust, G'l; IMuware und lAakawaan*. 1831: Diatil ers and ?'attle Feeders. 20U l'rio. SI. Erie, reef.. '01: General FJeclric, Mil Illinois svnirul.!'. I:Lake Kriean-1 Western 94}: Lake 1'ric and lW<iteru. ptkf.. 771: l.aku Shore, jB'i; Louisv...

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. — 20 August 1895

The Progress Made by Them in the Use of the Bike. Women Succumbed to the Craze Uate, but They Have Gone Under Fast. The Woman Who Does Not Ride Becoming Rarer Every Day. A Graceful Mount. All the world scema to bo nwhceJ. Graudmcthers tuid babies rido bicycles, so do tlio seamstress and tlio Bociotj loader, the millii uitiro ai:<! t!.. hudcai rier, tho soldier. Bailor nud postman, the doctor, lawy.r and clergyman, anaids, matrons, wires, mothers, has bands, fathers, brothers, sisters, aunts loonsins?ull suits ami couditious o? nicn Stud women nave yielded to the fasciun 4iou of these tuudetn sphorcs of steel ? and rubber nud ttru r.illint^ over the i ctrtjota ami highways, lanes and byways . of town und villagi m bowildvri'-g pro- J A GRACEFUL MOtTST. cession. Tlio bicyclo craze, for that is tlio only name for it, lias affected trade aud com 111 creo in many ami palpable ways. It has entered seriously into the question of trttnspi rtutii n. Legislation has beou necessary to meet ...

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. — 21 August 1895

ANOTHER FURNACE IIB!1 Six Men Killed and Eight Others Are Seriously Wounded. One of the Furnaces of the Edgar Thompson Steel Works Exploded With Fearful Result. A Large Barrow Had Fallen Through ttie Bell of the Stack. Lir Southern Aesooiuto I l'row. Virrsiiuiiu, Pa., August 20.?Fur fiace "II," of the F.dgar Thompson tsteel Works, Curuegio's plant as lies ?euer, uear liraddock. Pa., exploded lietweeu I aud ? o'clock tLib lunruiug, killing elx QieU aud badly burning ?ighl others, uot oue of tboMO employed ?hont ttie (uruacu e-cupitiK. Home of she iujured unvo been brought to this city fur treaiuieut, und the dead are; in j she hands of ttie undortakur. Two of the injured died while being brought to Mercy Hospital, Pitleburg. l'irrsnt itu, August 'JO. ?The follow? ing names are those of the killed aud injured! Killed ? Joseph Luokai, aged 4U years, haves widow aud four children, resided at Wulf ton; Stephen HavriIJa, aged 32, matrted, lived ut Uruddnck, (op nf head cut oil'; Johu P. t...

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. — 21 August 1895

H AGREEMENT RtflCHED The Contract Signed and Work will be Commenced. The Councils Committee and the Southern Railroad Conclude the Adjustment of Differences. To Protect Norfolk's Trade. No Discrimination. The wholesale merchants oud manu? facturers of Norfolk are very much pleased that the representatives of the oity and the Southern Llailroad have agreed upou terms for leasing the Town Point property and ihst there will ho no unnecessary ileiuy. The Couucils Committee, I ho C;ty Attornev and the vice president of the Southern road. Col. Andrews and the company's resident attorney. .Mr. VA il liarne, met ut the trousurers o?ioe Wouday night to agree upju tho con? ditions of the lease. BATISKACTOIULY adjusted. The various questious ol difference wsro discussed and satisluctorily ad? justed. All of the questions at issue had been carefully uousidcred at the White Sulphur Spriugs oud at Wash ton, and there wus little left for the meeting Monday night to arrange. It was decided thut tho...

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. — 21 August 1895

Have YOU Tried the great SKIN CURE? Its cures of torturing, disfigurinc. humili? ating linraors aro tlio iuo?l wonderful ever recorded. Sold throughout the wotlJ. British depot: Nkw ?aav, l. King Edward-Si . London. Poit?f Dklo Q\ Chum Cum ., Sole Props., Boston, U. S. A. ?????????????????????oe??? \ 1NU EiT.OH mfl.iBI. S ^ 1 t.I i It UN. V V , ?epl. lib, 1*91. ? 0 Mil. I'u i I'm i ? ? 0 I it-<? tie III' clropo'tt lor myself and In 4) 0 hit famllt wifi il?- t r, ?????! aatlaf. c toil ? 0 t..'i ii ,i ups i i. i ? ill- Ma'srii and like ? 0 . it ii- ?. and I wo Id not bewffhoil hit 0 0 'poise, far iinii I-, ii.o e Ibaii '!? c'jm . I w II s 0 ? ut'ail to (lie: k Ol Its merlin to other toil- 9) ?a Irrrr*. Your- tinlr, ? 0 Mit-. K J. BATK8 ? ?> ? O/ W'tiy sillier" I'he Toe. will en ?>? ton. I'AUI. I RAT I. I It' aio hI Vs.. -lb* Vlrelnla Agent f-.t ile til' lljOPO BE \VANTKR- Key* an I gir'i old p.-ople u- d mi.I M >t c ag it iiis?- i i fem .I.- ?Ii? ? Uli nail flu! ^i If ami ...

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. — 21 August 1895

V-STAlU.lsilEn 1Sj5. rUBUSHED bykhx mounisq bxcbpt MONDAY. MBGINIaN BUILDING. wain and roiiuEitca si-hebi's. H. Ol.KSSAN. OwM-i.._ ~~TUV. ClttCCL-A IT OS OV THE VlliOINIAN If LAitUBLY IN EXCESS ol *u> other iai,er published iu East tu Virginia. ;w circulation in Norfolk ami i'ortsaiou'.h Is greater than that ol any paper i ubllshod or virenint'ott In the two eitle*. .t ii delivered iu the eitiei of Norfolk tad Portsmouth au.l suburb* lor IU con:- * wi<9k. ^ au subscriptions, postage pal?, i'.v. Dollars per years, ilirfu Dollar* foi 11 jiioiuba. One l'oliar an.i Knly Cents for throe mouths, au.l Urty Oeuts loi one moot.'. . -. j \?lverti>ctn?-nt< n> ern ; at tue rata Ol <> Ckms a StjfXiiaKiHM insi rrioNi each subte quant iuaartiou 373 Cknts, or a- ?bst* war.? ixaw tki> KVKat ?mwt i?a?. t ontrac ton< are not nlio?ei to exceed their apace or luUortise other than their iori uiisto business, cNc.pt by paying especially 'or the same. Tn> Wi:i:ki.\ VinolMAti i...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 21 August 1895

PORTSMOUTH NEWS firtemouth Tightening Her Hold On Third Place by Winning. CafTney Patched GouJ Ball, But Had Poor Support. The Same May Ee Said of Leach. The Same Teams Play A^ain To? day. THE VIRGINIA LEAGUE GAMES. .Norfolk. Koahoku?roiu. lticbiuoud, I ivucbburg -raiu. i'oitbiui.ulb, 7; Petersburg, 5. \\ In're litt) ( Iii?. t'lnv 1 .>?!>?>. Aurfiilli <?? lloanusr, l*uior?biird in Pitrinmoutti? ttlcltiuuM?1.11? i.) nohtttirtf. Mttllt?ttljl ill clubs. Won I.o-t Vox Cent. r.iobniun.).>?* .i.n; I.TiiclibiirK'. M ?''J :! 1'ortslUn .tu. 6'2 ?l i'.U |'L-ler?bnrg. *? 4 till) (Umnoke. 42 M AVU l.urfulk.3U <JJ .3.1 Portsmouth won the second gutno of I be series Iroiu Petersburg yesterday tiefere u fair sized sudteuce, Uatl'uoy cud Keffer occupied tlio poiuts for the "Puriners" aud the old relinhlo buttery 01 l.escti aud Childs performed n like ?er vine for the home team. There wus nothing of au uuiifUtil iuterest to speak vf. It nan uot by uiiy meant u good j;iime ol ball, ...

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. — 21 August 1895

The Increased Supply Keeps Step With Increased Demand. A Growing Industry Peculiar to the Creole State. The Picturesque Moss Pickers. Burying Moss to "Cure" it. Primitive Mode of Living. ISpockil New Orleans (*bn 1 Lot tor 1 "Spanish moss'* is otic of the prowing Industries of Louisiana. Strangely, n docs not thrive no luxuriantly beyond the limits of the state It flourish) - ?most in southwestern Louisiana, the "swampy region," including the Teoht .?region, or Acadian country, the Atcha tfalaya basin, nnd in tho lakes and 'bayous of the t'm*s Tote. LafourcllO, ITevrebonne and Borattirin regions, in tthr "swamp" in the rear of the city of "New Orleuns. und in the picturesque 'bayou Custaign. This industry gives employment to (febout 5,000 people, mainly ncgrocf a moss tkkh. divided into two classes?"wood ch?p perVnnd "moss pickers." During the summer mouth-, when the crops are "laid by," they go into the dismal swamps; pukhiug their crooked ways along through "canals," ditches and b...

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