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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 21 August 1895

COMMERCIAL REPORT. money Marko?. Hv Southern AsBOoiatnl ProiB. ?i'wY"hk. August 20.?Moitey on c.ill oney at 1 per oont. closing at i psr cent. Storl 9uic c.vkaligo ia easier, with actual business 111 bunkere' hills at ls;?!:i4S;U Tor oixty .lays tfiid 4W)la4n0l. for demand. Petted rates. IVOalPl. Comtrerelal bills, t8cial8St. Cot tintuent bonds h ghcr. THE STOCK MMtsur? i t.oslNo clDS. American rottou Oil. Id. American Cot? ton Oil. i ret. 731: American Sugar He8n er'es. 111J: Antoricnu Sugar Refineries. prWf, |i2l: American Tobacco. :5i:| Anier'ciin To tscoo, pref. loi; Totioka and Atchisoii, until 1-e, 17}: Haltituore and Ohio, Glj: < an ?da racifle. ?3): Chesapeake and Ohio. 211; Cbioago and Alton, 1(50: Chicago. liurlinir ion iiwIQuincy. 101; ChicagoOusTrust, 02; Vclauare and Laulcuwauna. 1631; Oik til? ers and Cattle 1 coders. 20J I rie. 81: Krie. lecf.. '.01: Qcneral Moctric. 38f: Illinois Central,!)!*1: I.aim Krie au i Western.25: Lake 1'rie ami W, stern, nrcf.. 75...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 21 August 1895

p HOPE III Hi Why the Democrats Should be Suc? cessful in 1896. i Position of the Two Parties Before the People. Present Tariff Law Justifies Itself. The Recovery of Trade. Downfall of Pro te:tionist Predictions. Tho revival of courage and confidence everywhere discernnble among Demo? crats has u solid foundation. Tho dis hearteumcnt that followed tho failure of congress to fully roduciu tho plcdgi - made and tin- defeats that resulted, partly as n consequence ol that failure, "but more because of tho culmination of Rcpuhlicau misrule in tli" |>anio, has passed away, and those Democrats who hud abandoned nil hope of success next year nre becoming eonfldeut of it. A view of present conditions warrants tins tonfideoce. I What will be the issues of tS'.ui, and | ??hat nre the relations of the parties to them? For em os I is tho currency ques tir ii. not nloiio the silver phase of it, ? but the whole field. Next and hardly sttcoudwill tie the tariff question. What is ttie att...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 22 August 1895

Iii ALLEGED SHORTAGE! Mr. Spofford, the Librarian of Congress, Talks of the Affair, We Says It Is Not the First Time a Public Officer Has Been Held Up to Odium tor Offenses Not Committed. M isstatements and Distortions. Bv Southern Associate l Froie. Washington, I), C, August 21.? Tho accounts of Congressional l.ibra tiuu tSpollord, whielt have beeu under iuvestigutiuu by tbu Auditor of tho Treasury lor tho btutu und other De purtuioutt-, Biuee lust Jatiuary, are Haid to show u Bburtago of ut luust $85,000, h In- shortage is puul to exist lu the pay roll accounts of the library, und in euloitiou to tin;- is u discrepancy in lno copyright und notirob feu BCOouutr. The accounts nave been examined by an expert lu tho ollico ot Auditor Hol conib uud bis report is believed to have uecu curried to President Cleveland, ot Gray Uitblca by Akaietaut beoietujy Huuilin, ol the Treasury Ih-purtuieut, v. ho went to 1mb coltugu ut iWuriou. Muse., a lew liuye ago to spend bis vuoation, At tho Trea...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 22 August 1895

That is the Record Made By the "Clams" On This Trip. Sixteen Hits Off Herr in the First Game, Is the News Brought by Telesraph. McPartlin Only Allowed Roanoke Four Hits In the Second. THE VIRGINIA LEAGUE GAMES. First Game?Norfolk. 0; Koanoke, 11. Seoood Game?Norfolk, 3; Roanoke, (?. First Game?Lyuchburg, 0; Rich? mond, 2. Secoud tiame?Lyuchburg, 11; Kich mond, 2. W lior?- Ilm Club? l'inv I o-l?ny. Feterautirs Norfolk, |>un?n.Oi in lilcliuiond. itvsnioH? in E.'rnctilintT> Kiandtug-ol il>? tmu?. Won I.o-t l'er Cant. Rlobmond. ol :,T -'::!:' LyuchbutK'. BJ :;,J Portsnitmtii. b'i 61 Petersburg. ?0 4 ??? Koanoke. ? M Norf?lk. . -?0_01 .3 t> Roanoke, Vs., August 21.?Norfolk ami Roanoke broke even this ottir noou with a chut out each. In the first game Lloyd was invincible, tho locals hit hard aud oftcu aud tho visitors played o very ragged game in tho field, iu the second, McPartlin was n puzzle for tho Magicians aud Fry pitched game thsl would ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 22 August 1895

THAT sallow, ghnstly complexion, covered with unsightly pimples and eruptions, becomes clear ?g;dn by the use ot Dr. Deanc's Dyspepsia Pills. Indigestion and constipation are the chief ?autes of an asby face and u^ly blotches. These pills will cuic them. Send lur a life ?ample. DR. J. A I'tAXE CO.. K ngstun, New Volk. y?i ??ic ?i *u i i... !?'.?. _ \x ? N'l'KUi WANTED \ liii' ?st White Barter. Apu'y \\ lull V. aham?, West Korlo.k, Va. .l.lJJ-ltl.m .-'v ? \VANTEt) Boy* au I glTis.oid p ople ?> d mld 11 .i e ag d mar iir feutvli ? wir? ian i?ud ni l w i an?l h i willingto hustle 'oi I2.fi la day lu call *i duc-ou U. J. l.ui K. :;; I a-i Main ?tuet. Nor f Ik, V? Mj X-U* -\y AN tED -1IKI.I'-Wanted, a Br.t-i law oiii ra? it in < d sht 11 machine. Applv at Ocean vu-w La .1 ill v a li-tl "ft" A VI KU A In- - I.e.. y lion anil -tauh.-r. il Apply at Oc -.a View l.aundrv. ailu-tl "\\' \ N 1 KI? A steady "? . m .l aonian t? cook "i wash an<l Iron I'crinaurui bo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 22 August 1895

Established 18^5. F?BUSUE? BYEBY M?UNINO BXCBPX MONDAY. MHQINIaN 11LTI.DIN?".. MAIK AND t OJIMKHCK SITIBBM. M. Ql.ENNAN. Owsuu i'llBOI???UATlO.SOK IHK VlIiOlNIAN if I.AUUKIA IN KX?ES3 of au.? other i ?per published iu Kam > " Virsluin. ;i? circulation in NortoK nud t'orttuuouth is-reator tlmu that of nuy papoi | ublisliu I or > actuated iu the two cities. .t:? delivorod iu tb.' eitles of Norfolk and Portsmouth and suburbs lor in cents ? weak. >'ail anbr-rlptione, i-o.-i >go paiu. ?TiVJ Dollars per vpir, l'hrce Dollar! i> nioathe. One Dollar hii.I Kiily Cents for lliroa months, au I llfty Out? loi ouo W A?i\ertisoru. nt? inserted ut tbe rale of 75 C*MB A aFlllsl ISMtBTJ ?-. iIi BUbSO uncut insertion 7 I'lnts, or 0 i i nt? ?HKS ?Sxr.i run F.VF.at Uta HAT. i 'nntrac tors are uot nPouu l lo escoed tlieir ?pa e or niherthio othr-r iban tlioir legi um? to butiucH. ?.ic.pt bj paying especially tor tb>' snine. TU- WllKIV VlUO...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 22 August 1895

IN II UM II CHI A Crisp Condensation of Yester? day's Hap pollings. Thought He Was Monarch oT All Ho Surveyed. A Curious Cabbage Stalk. Death of a Weil-Known Co'.ored Mai\ and Other Interesting; Mews. Miss tlopo Parr is visiting friouds in "i'ork county. Kvad tb'e advertisement of a lino douse for sale in Park View. Tbo Poll Norfolk furniture factory tiuvi! Buspeudid work temporarily* Too ?licet? ou which thei<iiwers bavo teen lf.nl are in a terrible uonditiou. Tbo Knights ol tbp Enenic Order will be organized to night at Maupiu's Hull. -\ll lb': oid teachers iu Desp Creek and Butts Koad District were elected 3 esterday. lion, lloko Sinitb left Wednesday aigbt ou Mr. Jobn Wiuder's ear for -AllftUtrt, (in. Tbo rain yesterday preveutod tbo third Gnui<-' being played with tbo Pe? tersburg Io.il. Mr. J. S. Crawford and family will leaTe tbis morning for Pertio county to visit bis parents. ii. L. Mayuard, Jobu L. Wateuu and Cspt Pratt "left yesterday for Nag'a 21cau...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 22 August 1895

Some Notable Events in tlie Career ot Albert Hawkins. Presidents Grant, Hayes, Gar field, Ar. thur, Cleveland and Harrison Were Driven by Him to Their Inau? gural Ceremonies. Albert Was as Proud ns Any. (Special Washington Letter.) Albert Hawkins was once a con? spicuous character in this city, but his ? glory has boeotne a reminiscence, 'Nevertheless, among the colored pco pie he is a hero, to whose statements they listen with rapt attention Prob? ably uo man of bis rare. ex< opt Fred erick Douglass, personally knew si many presidents and public men os Albert Ilawkius. He was thr white bouse eocMshman for numy years, but his services wore dispensed with early in the Harrison ndministrationi lie was given employment as messenger In the interior department, and there he PKOUl" AS ANV OP TUriM. proved to bo as faithful in that capacity as he hail been in his more important position. Everybody used to know Albert Haw? kins, lie was particularly proud ami conspicuously .self-...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 22 August 1895

COraCI&l REPORT. |Hoti?v Morl??, Mi-w Your. Angust 21.?Money on call ciRy et 1 per ocnt. closing at i pir eent Bteri }uK exchange weaker.wlth aotual business ID bunkere' bill* at 4K?a48?: Tor Sixty days mil 4tlOaA90l lor demand. Poatoa rates. wa'H.'iO'.. Comn OlCiHl Iii':?, 48*lU8S;? C.OT iiuuicnt bonds flrm. the stock market?ci.OS1SO uius. ?.mericsn Cotton OH. 251: American Cot? ton Oll. i ror. T:!: American Sugar ItoBn ??r es. 10s;; American Sugar Itefineries. pr?f. ?>n]i American Tobacco, 03}: American To 1acc>. pier. 100; Topeka ami Atchisou, Cautu Fe, 17L' Baltimore and Ohio. 01: Can eda Pacific. ESi: cbesapcako and Oblo. 21: Chicago und Alton, ICO: Obtengo. Hurling iun andQuincy. "-DJ. Chicago Oin'Frust.601: ?elanrar? and Lackiiwnitna. 10Jt: i>"dil er< nml Cattle Feeders. VOJ Frie. 81: Erie. iecf.. ,.o.: General Electric. ?'?'?:: Illinois Canfral.lOOLLake Eric and U estern.255:Iiak? Erie aim Western, prof ?7: Ijiko Shore,...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 22 August 1895

Locomotive to Run Ninety Miles an Hour and Not Touch the Track. Orivmp; Wheels Rest on Wheats That R st on Other Wheels Which Ride the "> rack. Tl e Invention of a Mill S polis Man. A Mar? vel cf Mechanical Cenius. There its now being built .it the Bald Trin Locomotive works, in Philadel? phia, tui ordiuary louoinotive with driv ing wheels of live fi ct dianieler, which it is said will as soon us completed draw a train of cars from Philadelphia to this city iu ;in hour, or just abont one-half the tituo now required by t lie colossal and costly engine.-- t the Penn? sylvania ro.nl. This claim is nol made by the Bald Wins. Tin y have not! uitf to say on the subject. They are simply building the locomotive for private parties and uro ; to receive their regular price of flO.000 for it. Wheu it is completed, their part In the matter it ? tided. The gentlemau who is paying for ihe locomotive in W. | J. Bolman pf Minneapolis, an olderly thyentor, who lias been in the railroad bu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 23 August 1895

THE KUGHENG_ i$SftlI! Complications Caused by the Ex? cess of Zeal of Consul Hixon. Capt. Newell Has Been Selected by the State Department to Make the Investigation. Ensign Waldo Evans, of the Navy, was Rather Previous. Itv Southern Associated Proas. Washikoton, Augunt 22,?The in ventigutiou which tho Government of tho United States will niuku into the IkUelifiig Massacre has heen snniowhut nomplicuted, autl tttu probabilities seem j tu tili Mint tlin rumplicutiun him beeu <? 11ubt (I by tho excess of zeal 00 tho part of .1. Courtney llixsou, of Alubucua, United Stute? Consttl at Foo Cu?w ur 1'uebuu, who baa |t"uQ *? Kuebeng as principal representative of tho United i inti- on tho joint ?rititth-Aniericau coDioiisaiou of inquiry. It is learned to dar Unit llixsou uud the commission alerted tor Kuchen?? lieforu tho for tnuiittes preliminary to the inquiry had lieuii arranged with the Chinese (lov eminent, und before the State Depart? ment bail sent httu full instructions, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 23 August 1895

18 The "Farmers" Were Not in the Game at all Yesterday. Weeks Did Excellent Work, and tho Boys Behind Him Put Up a Very Strong Game, Both in Field? ing and Hitting. Other Games and Notes. THE VIRGINIA LEAGUE GAMES. Norfolk, 13; Petersburg, 0. Bichmoud, U; Portsmouth, s. Lyuchhurg, 14; Houuoke, 7. ?rt |>orc tbr t'liiln l'lnv I o-ll?r. Fctcrkbiir? til "iurfolw. Poristnnulli >?? lliclinsoml. Itomiuuc in 1.1 m lihurt. Nlandlnff ?>l tii.- i i tii.s. Wou 1 ost 1'cr Cent. Itlobmon.l. 1 8 :!7 Ljoiohburj--. ??1 jf'J -CO' Portstnoatu. f>- ? ??>? Petersburg. Itnnnoke. ?* 1 Norfolk.j_4l_?1 iui Tbo "Clams" met tho "Farniers" yestordoy allomoun at Tongue Purk, aud the boys who bail fiom "PateraI Point" were given a must bumilintiug | defeat, tboy tailing to spud u mug It man across thu pluto in the uniitoj gums, "Pop" 'Vote's lads on the other hand, were lull of ginger, and ooaubed and ruu ba*cs like "pauuaut" wiuuurs and nearly nil of them b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 23 August 1895

I of insects, reptiles, dogs and cats,?also the stings of bees and wasps?should be instantly treated with The quickest and surest remedy for pains, aches and soreness of any kind. Used everywhere for fifty years, and sold, everywhere this year. d*>?m?qnaatii* * -* i-.- laatuy? Ail PainGoes ?w * vr ?-:??. ni.'.-.N l i:'> An ? lil"ntnl? .-.l room nrlvtr t. r *l ton. il r fcf . whirl. Addut>. si. ti le ii?. Virginia" oillte ?u?i-Ii? IVASTKI? \ I ll i > .< ? tt Ml? lt..I., r. Appy 11 ,.. II I . M> \M-, \\ c?t No lo It, \ a. i;:'.'2-:li.>:-.:? ? M'ANTT.H UVviun' girhi.ohl p.'.'i'l ? ud.oil .. oag il nil. tern I > ?li-< an nnil Mid vi i * aim a ? ? Hing loluiaili oiTi.Juu d?y hi cul el one in II. I. DO > bi. ?'? ? lai Main ?tnet, Nor "\\TANlll> HliLr*?Wanted, ? llr?l-cl??* opi-ra ' V i i * n sliltl ma hint'. Apj I. >i i v in V u lun .Irr Hilu i W AN I i:ii - ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 23 August 1895

ESTABt.tSBKD IS SS. rUBLISUED EYEilli MOUSING EXCEIT MONDAY. \. IUGINIaN ULTI.DINU. WAIN AND l OMilEltUK SlitKKl'A, M. Ol.KNNAN. Ow.vn.. Uli. UlilOULATlONOK lilt \ [KG INI AN U UABUELY IN EXCESS at ?u.. otbor liRiier publish, d In Earn 'Vlrglui i. lit oirculati u ?'. Norfolk aud Portsmouth SsKr?-ator ibait that of auy pnpoi published or Uwrt-ated in tho two cities. . . .t iB delivorcil in the cities of Norfolk uuu Portsmouth and suburbi tor in oont* a week. Mail wib'*rlptiona, postnga paid. Fiv? Dollar* per Mar: Ihr.-? Dollars lor ?IX months, One I'oliur and I nly Collis for three m.>. ib?. an 1 Mrty Ocuts for one ^Aosortittuna;- inserted nt tbernloof "j GbVIS A -s ' a 1. till! I ISHI l!TI .a; ca.il SUbbO quent insertion " CKST.i, or :> I I I M \\ in n iN-i. 11 u i vi i.i i'i neh bsv. tJoutraO' tors are not sPowei to c\co-.l t nt ?|'? <? or advertise oilier than their lOKrnnsto buoiuess, except by paying espocUlly tor tb< saiuo. Tm VVm'KLX...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 23 August 1895

Pen Pictures Prudentially Prepared, Precisely Presented. Oystermen Preparing for Winter. Runaway and Smash-Up. Work on tlie Stand Pipe Progress? ing- Fined for Keeping a Disorderly House. To morrow will be pay day at the Uavy-vard, Miss Itutb Hasty loft yesterday fur tiuuw Springs, N. <J. Hull tbievca are at v?ork. Keep your dours been rely fastened. Work ou tbe foundation for tbe stand l>ipo ih i ? r (i); i c:,bi iivery fust. Mr. ?. D. Ball is at tue Koekbridge Alum Spring seekiug health. The oystermen ore all tuisy prepar? ing for tbe opeuiug ol tbe soasou. Mr. (ieo. i.ce, of Baltimore, was in tbe city yesterday visiting trionda. A mad dog was killed in Scutlsville yosterduy by Mr. Glarunoo Dowdy. Sanitary luspootor F, P. Johnson walked out lor n short while yesterday. Miss Lottie Musters, ot Dayton, t>., is visitiuK Mrs, C'urtio nt Port Norfolk. The Uitv Hall clock has bad u black t?\o for two nights. What is tbe mut? ier? Mr. Thomas Carr nntl wif...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 23 August 1895

Enormous Crop of Wheat Expected in the Northwest. Millions of Bushels Mere Than Was Expected. Such Wheat Never Be? fore Seen Except in Pictures and Imagination. 160,000 000 Bushels Expected. Information received by the grain men In Dnluth, many of whom them? selves own farms in North Dakota, in? dicate that the. wheat crop of the three northwestern states will run from 10, 000,000 to OH.000,000 bushels more than was expected. Naturally estimates of the yield cover a wide range, but the conservative man who looked for a yield of only 180,000, 000 bushels hits now added about 20, 000.000 bushels to Ins estimate, while tbo moro liberalguessor, who originally allowed aboul 160,000,000 bushels, makes bis figure about 170,000,000 bushels. In order to reach either of thoso fig urea the barvost must be a larger one than iu 1891, for the acreage devoted to ?wheat is smaller. That this will lie attained is testified to by all the nu? merous grain men who have traveled all through the northwes...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 23 August 1895

CIMOU. REPORT. rtloiior Ulstrlset. Raw York, August 23.?Monoy on eall enay et 1 per cent, closing at 1 per cent. sterl? ing exnlmuge ie en ier. with actual bniinosa In banker*' bills at J.S'.'ulS'.'? for sixty days and 4k(i:'a4!>0 for demand. rested rates, ?sitistrob Conmierolal bills, 487-u I8n}. Qot erument bond! better. ?mr. STOUK JtAHKBT?CLOSIXO BID Antoi'ionn Cottou Oil. 2">: Anicrie ton Oil. l rof. 73: American flngir tr . b. ilOi; American Sugar liefilierW jlii} American Tobacco. 96|: Ainer1 >aeoj. pier. I0R1: Toueka and A Finita I o, 17;: Baltimore and Oliio. fi ?rila raciflc. 53; Chesapsnko and Oliio. 'its'. Chicago and Alton. 160: Obicugo. Hurling lou andQniney. POfs ChicagoOa?Trnat.6Ht i'rlu\>nie mid 'LaoknwnniiA. IG'il: lnstil crs ami Oh Ho I eedera. 21; Erie. 8'.: Erie. :ec!.. 5.0}; (Icnernl Electric. :?>;: Illinois Cenlrnl.lOli l.alie Erie and WeStorii.27t:Lako K-rte and Western, prol-.. 81: lavko Kb ore, 162; 'Lou...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 23 August 1895

PIN FOLK ? ftTLRNTR What They Expect To Do At The Coming Exposition. All Previous Exhibitions of Feminine Work to Be Eclipsed. Some of The Fee pie Who Have La? bored Most Enthusiasti? cally. The Exhibitions. rt tne women ?u .amorion turco as tauch interest in their own progress ns the iucu do in theirs the city o? Atlanta is going- to see this full u gathering of them so gnat that it will astonish tho country. The wonieu managers of the (Cottou States und International exposi? tion conolndtMl moro thtui a year ntjo (that tJioywon Id have tho finest exhibi? tion of women's work thrtl tho world (has over known, and it looks now at* if they would Bucoeod in this grand ro Solve. Tnero is uot :t field of foininino endeavor bat thai hits beou looked aft !cr by the tireless comniittooa of the ?board, aud will consequently bo repre? sented in first class stylo. The board of wonioii managers of the Atlanta fair propese to oloarly doinon atrato the fact that tho Auiorii an wom? an in the post...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 24 August 1895

VOL. L?NO. 80 NORFOLK, VA. SATURDAY, AUGUST 2IJ 1895 PRICE 2 CENTS THf CONDITION OF TRADE A Review of the Situation by Dun and Bradstreets. The Volume of Business Much Quieter Ttian Last Week. The Price of Wheat Fell 3 3-4c. The Price ot Cotton Up Again. Trade Favorable. Iiv Southern a* .,??!.. i Pro**. New Yoke, August 'i.V.?lt. U. Dun A Cu. in their weekly review to mor? row will say: Tbe volume of business ?briiiht>,iiB is nulluni in August,aud tbo ?briukage scotus rutber larger tbuu simiiuI because transactions in July were eutnewhut inflated fur that uioutb. Tbe settlement ot wugea in tbu window glass ui.rks foreshadows higher prices aud tin.' carpel workers ubout Phila? delphia, by propnsiug to accept bigbur svuges utter September loth, brdko tliu ranks of employers eo that ueaily ull consented lo un advance pf 7} pur cunt, on Thursday. Tue strikes of clotlntin; workers progress every day Cowards better wages. TUB PIUCE OF WHEAT FALLS, Tbe price of wlieat baa fallen...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 24 August 1895

?ITH The Norfolk Team "Shut Out" the "Farmers..' Herr's Great Work. He Proved a Stumbling Block to the Visitors. The Team to a Man Played the Game as It Should Be. Everybody Happy. THE VIRGINIA LEAGUE GAMES. Norfolk, 7; Fcternburg, 0. Boanako, 11 ; L-ynchbtirg, 2. Bicbmoud, 8; 1'ortsuioutu, 7. YVticre Ilia Club? l'lnv lo-llar* Fctersbtirc In INorliilu. Iwo game*, l'ortsiunn tw in It Ichmutad. llunuuUfi in l.ynclitwra. Muudlnc "' 1'"' CIsitMs. Won I.o-t Per Cent. IticbmoD.l. <?; 87 .WO I I.vuchburg-. <'??' *" portssaoutb. 62 ?'<> [si Petersburg. *<1 ?" ; ' ' Iloauok?. ?I Norfolk. 01 iU' Norfolk administered another humil? iating "shut out" to tho Petersburg team yesterday afternoon, the cause ol which cou lit' ascribed to the elloolive Hess of big "Ed" Herr, who taking all tuiugs into consideration, pitched the beat and moat brilliaut giuuu seen uu the home grouutis this season. Th? big eorrel topped twirler was in tin pink of co...

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