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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 24 August 1895

"U/E TAKE THE RISK, and don't ask any one to take our word for it that Dr. Dearie's Dyspepsia Pills ?rurc dyspepsia, indigestion, habitual constipation, and sick headnche, We want to send you .1 free sample. Then you can tell whether yon want to buy Ilium i>i not. Address uk. j. a. DRAKE CO., Kingston, New York. fliO ire lai wlc ,t ^;1 .cull. XI A XTRIh ?VlT.ASTUll i ml;-' it in in. in unfur "li ulshed I., hi n I Tciy tar from tlie ftrr) ^? uri Addris?,' iW,'' ?.t.titig teiuis, t'irglnlan ?tttCS SU-i-ll ?\\ANI1I' l e u i (.-..? i.iv Iii? ?add" au 1 M 11111. u .1 of uit'ei lu Ilm I u ly 1' I it, I ai diuark aud inn na Neat of toalar. ties Ihr Nu? lai* i Tubl* tuis open undeleted. C E. TOWNSEND, I lit Ms n -i. vi an-'-i-l ? \\'AN 11 l> 4 ? Ii i . e. An A No. I IJaud Saw M riltfti tbiiietu years' our ;ou..-. KBiiuiieor *ddr?s It ll.it k lirve . au2l- l' WANTED \ 1 i, l i a-- u Int. IUil.tr. A|>|>ly ?? to 1. I . > DAMS, WeSi >..:!o 1. \ a. uu'.'l-lll '.',.? ? SVraNTK? ...

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. — 24 August 1895

established 18^5. rCBLISHED EVEHY. MOUSING EXOBl'T MONDAY. YIUGINIaN BUILDING. MAIN AND COMMEKCIS STUBBTd. 11. OLKNNAN. Owsuu IHK UllWULATtON OK i HK YlUUlNIAN U LAHUKI.Y IS KXOtSS >f ituy other r.arer published in EMI in Virginia. 11*cfrculaiioil in Nort..h. ami Portsmouth '-n-ater ilmu that ?t any papoi ;? iblikhod er tirouiatml In tbo ?wo ?iUcs. .1 is delivered 111 tin eitles ?f Norfoll. ?n i rorlsmouih and anb irb- ror iu cent- a veaK. ' ail sub ?. rlptiona. postage paltl. Vile Dollar? per year; three Dollars it nioaibi. U"? Dollar ami Kitty I'oiiIh for Hire.' mnnths. and liny Ooutj ;.>. one 1>1??l\orti.etm u:< inserted at tho ratoof 7? Cems a 8oi a i iv - is .sj ca li snbsi ? quont insertion 7 C?vrs, Or .< ' ' ' *bk? ?"si i Tl:l> KVIlIll l.tiiku llAV. ? utlUilC tor* are uot ?Pom' i to c\eo- I f eir spa e or advertise otbor than ilioir IorI Imtte bm-ime*. except h> paying especially lor the fcftlUG. Tbk Wi'.kki.v Vii:?usia:i tsn iUimu.isun. eight pr-gos. i~ ...

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. — 24 August 1895

PORTSMOUTH NEWS Ten Pictures Prudentially Prepared, Precisely Presented. A Sword With a History. The Knights Templar Leave. Personal. Con? stable Isham and tt>e Fine Murder Case. Work on the Electric Line. Busiuess is at a perfect stand still. Bead the add ol (J. W. UudgiUB & Co. Tbore is tiuo spart uow iisbiug at l'ort Norfolk. 1'ort Norfolk took all tbe people oil '.tie street last night, , Mrs. Dr. Char es Culpopper has got ? Xo Richmond ou a visit. There will he uo parado of auy kiud iu ibis city ou Labor Day. I be Blroet carts taiiea lo reuiovo dirt ran el:' IroUJ oil Washington street. Another attempt will be uimle to lave a Council mootiug ou Monday night. Mr. aud Mrs. W. 1j. lioalo have re? turned from a pleasaut trip to tbo country. Ueo. Ooodo was committed to tbe county jail yesterday for tbirty days (or wife beating. Tbo Portsmouth club will rotnra home to night aud play frix games at home next week. ; A party of ladies and gentlemen took ? round trip excursion to ...

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. — 24 August 1895

BICYCLISTS AS J PUR.1 Possibility of Their Clubs Becom? ing Political Centers. Politic ans Believe that, as Has Been the Case with Similar Organiza? tions,-Clubs of Cyclists will . Become Important Fac? tors in Local Polit Ci. It is tho opinion of sage and experi? enced politicians that it will not be very long before the- various wheelmen's clubs, so numerous nowadays, will take an active part iu politics. Such a propo? sition would probably bo dlsBUtcd as nntrno by the great majority of wheel mon, who iirn indifforout to political affairs and who arc generally agreed j that the keeping of politics out of a so cial organization is one of the surest pledges of its peraiaiii uce. Mut the con? ditions arc hot favorable to tho position they take, and if these conditions do rot rosr.lt in sonio form of political ac? tivity iu cycling '-Ichs all previous in? dications Will 00 belied. All OV0I there uro now bicycle clubs occupying usually rooms in what uro called "residential quarters," a...

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. — 24 August 1895

COPJIiCIU REPORT. tnontlT Jlnrkel. HmrToRKi August 39.?Money on c.dl onsy at 1 per oont. closing at 1 p ?? ceut storl <ug exnhanxe baiely bIcr y. with solua Vuaiuesa in bunkere- bill* ?t 4H8 a-luisa} Tor etxty days, "u.l tUttJatW for lUmnnd. Vested rntes. 189! a 1901. Commercial bills, ?87,ut8'*i. Oovoi uuieut bonds soaiy. TUK STlHK MAUKKt?i losing UIDS. American Cotton Oil. 25: American Cot? ton Oil. i ref. 73: American Bngiir l'.eSu' am a, lid: American ;sugar Itefineries, pr.-f lOlti American Tobacco. 99: American To \acoo. pier. 108: Topeka an'l Atoliisou' I imta Fe. 17.': Raltimore ami Ohio. 011: Can ?du Pacific. ?31: Cbcaapsaka and Ohio. 21: Chicago nud Alton. ICO: Chicago. i.u::.n ?? ton anilQuinoy. 90j: ChicagoGa. Trust. 02; )Mnwnre and f.acknwanua. 1CI: Dinn? ers and Cattle Feed on. 21); I'rie. 3): Erie, reel.. '.01: (leiionil Kleclric. 381: lllinoia Central.lUlLLale Kite anil Woatern.27l:Lako Erie and Wcateru. prof.. 80}; l.nko Shore, 151: : 1 ouisvillo nud Nashville. G...

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. — 24 August 1895

-WOMEN WHO OWN YACHTS. |j?ad of the Pair Sox Which TakoB Money and Skill. Ira, Grorfrr Ouultl Enjoy* It - Mrs. Ilurkts Is ? Ooott Varhisnonusu, Hut Hie Eucllsh Girls Ar* Apt to Dent the American*. icurrna.H 1 lOOJ 1 , Since women have been udmittcd Bto tho yacht clubs and have been ul owed- to bi'oouio full-tlcdgcd members, ttvith the rights and privileges allowed (the sterner sex. I'f.cy have (frown as (fond und onthutsiastic over this sport as The priueo of Wales himself ** They have nil the pleasure., often tin1 ?glory, and very little of tho anxieties, iTvhieli bufall their husbands, fathers land brothers. Again, yachting allows them another lleltl f>>r dress, something entirely apart from the street costume, tho ball gown or the tennia rig. Possibly there is no more enthusiastic. American yachttvworaau than Mis. <ieorpo Gould, rhcrc is nothing she 'loves better than to get "far from the maddening* crowd" on the Vigilant and nail away from tho conventionalities which bi...

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. — 25 August 1895

VOL. L~NO. 81_ NORFOLK, VA. SUNDAY, AUCUST 2 >; 1895 " ~ ~ PRICE 2 CENTS In an Open Letter the Governor Expresses His Views. He Says We Cannot Adopt a Mone? tary System Different From the Principal Countries of tho World and Force Thorn to Recognize It. hi Southern Associated l'reif. Richmond, Vh., August '24. -In an open letter to be published lu the Die patch to morrow morning, (Joveruor D'Ferrall sots fortb bis poBitiou upo? the silver question. Hu says the tut 1er bae been evoked by requests for uia views upou tho subject since the . publtcatiuu of a rcceut brief interview hi the Dispatch, which several papers* Ukvc eritieiued ae "dodgiug" or "strad dllug" the qucstiou. "1 Qtu oppobed" suys tho tJovoruor, "to the free coinage of Kilver in tho l'uited States, except through au in turuatiouai ugreeuicut with tho great commercial cnuntrioB of the world. "1 do uot believe this country nlone can mniuttiiu n purity between gold and silver nt any fixed ratio. "We lire strong in reso...

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. — 25 August 1895

Both Games Were Won by Hard and Timely Hitting. Gaffney Knocked Out of the Box in tho Second Inning, dames Fared but Linie Better. Hallowell Touched Up for Twelve Hits. Sharp Fielding a Feature. THE VIRGINIA LEAGUE GAMES. First game?Norfolk, U; Petersburg, 6. Second game?Norfolk, 10: Peters? burg, 0. Richmond, 8; Portsmouth, 1. Lynobburg, 5; Rounoko, 8 ; |*Vlicre Ibc Cliibn l'inv lu-tlorroiv. noKimuc in Norfolk, fcterabiirir in s?*?rl?tnowtl?? ICiclimoml in I > im lilmrs. ?tanwiuB *>' ""? ?-'? ?????? Won Lost Ter Out. rtlohniond. C7 :t: Mi \ Lyuebburg'. 6U *l Portsmouth. M M "fetemburg. <0 ?>s Koanoke. *5 | Horfolk. 4t Ul .4111 Poor Petersburg, she went down yos terday with a harder full thuu usuul, for the "Clams" took two games from them with ease, thereby increasing their percentage to the detriment ul the visitore. A Petersburg peprr speaks of their team as a "wooden oue," vrhioh is just a little too sevuro, and judging truiu tho amount of suup uud activity they put ...

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. — 25 August 1895

\VANTED-A white harb.-r t" on u a shop In Wo i Norfolk. A rood plaqo aad tow rent to ibc rlht ?an. ?all or address Hi K A DA Ms, ym Norfolk 11_au.W-lw? \V ANTED-A ?ilu.iti.o . An A No. 1 Bntid S..W ?l filers ibliteeu years' eioe ieoce. Kaoulreor (uldre? 44 Hank street. _??t!4-at? ^ fANTED?A Flr.t-Class Whits Berber. Appiy to 11 I'. ADAMS. West Noilolk, Va. s?'."l-tll.Mt,jw? _ ANT E t>? H E L I*?Wa u ted, a Orst-cla?> opera V ii w ay tir on slil11 luachluc. Apph at Ueeau )?:ii.jiv auio-tf ANTED?A Iiis -clan fancy iron aud itateber. Apply at Oo.na View Laundry. anlti-lt \VANTED- A steady colored woman to cook 'I wash ami irou I'eruianeni home lor one who ?an i onm well recoiiiumndcd. Apply 121 Free go ason str et. * au>-tl' 1 WANT IIVE EXPERIENCED HUII.DINU 2 aad i.o.iu Soli, ion well Hciiiialuted In Nurl Ik and adjateut ton .-. Will pay salary wlihiow galsstoa, Ca I on W. 31. PARK, at Atlantic Hotel, fiui lb I i. bi twees i and 4 p m. auitf '.LtSMAN inie lo. ally ami out 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. — 25 August 1895

BSTAMJlUiSU 18.'5. PUBLISHED EYEBY. MOliNINO ENCKl'T MONDAY. YIBOIMAN BUILDING. WAIN AND commeucb aruKBM. M. OLENNAN. OwSBl THE ClUOULAllO.\ OK IHK YlltUINIAN b LAKQELY IN ex0es8 ot an.v other paper published iu East tu Virginia. its oirculatiou in Norfolk and Portsmouth is greater ihau that of any paper |uiblislte i oi ?.r*"iate.l in the two etile?. .t it deliver ? in the eitios ?I Norfolk ?od Portsmouth ?u.l ?'.?bnrb tor in cent- ? weak. Vail aubseripiioas. t o-t ,ko paw. Fiv.- Dollars per rear; Ihr..- Hollar? '<> It months. One Dollar and Knly Cent? f"r ihre.- mot ths. an 1 Hfl? Out- lot one inont ? ... Adtartiiemtnl* iu-oru-1 at tue rata OI ?> Cem? a Ssla?*Kii.-i i> i iriioN; ea h anbae queut insertion j"- Cunts, or 51 wlfts 1>>? i Titii M aat iniir.ii I'AV. i.ontrao tors are uot allowed 10 evceed their apa ? or advartlia oilier ilian their legitimste busiueli. citcrpt l?J paying ospuendly lor the same. Tat 111 l II V VllllUMA' 1MI OlIIOI . VN, eight pHRps. i&l...

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. — 25 August 1895

PORTSMOUTH NEWS 1? ?B! Ii CITY local Notes Gathered Here, There and Everywhere in the City, A Fugitive From Justise Captured. Fined for Conducting a Busi? ness Without a License. An? noyed by Bears. Large Crowd at Port Norfolk. All tfco absent luiuisters will return fc nur this week. Clear nil' the crossings aud a good deed will be done. Key. .1. T. Busman bos returned froiu bis summer trip. Lev. .lohn L. Allison arrived homo lust night, ufter u mouth's abeouee. ??Lick" Kuox, tbo basebull player, vrus out for u short while yesterday. The employes of the yard were paid yesterday tot the tirst hull of August. Mre. block uer, of ltichmoud. is vioiting friends in Month Portsmouth, There will be uo meetings this week ?nless the Council holds u special sea moh. Borty-two laborers were ^discharged 10. m the construction dvpartmeut last Bight. Tbo Lev.no house was sold yesterday to I bomas Coldiug, tbo barber, for tl.UOO cash. air. Sum llnntl and wifo left yester day ou n mouth's visit to C...

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. — 25 August 1895

RICHEST WRITER LIVING. Only Man Who Evor Fish od 81, OOO.OOO Out of an Ink Pot. tut?rvlrw with Sardou?What th* Qrcat cat of Xoilorn I'lay wrlctitu Has to Sur Ai.out ills Uraioai and How He Write* Them. ICOPTIUGHT, lft'?.1 Vlctorien Sardou is probably thi* only man who over fished u million dollars out of tut ink pot with a p*'tt tBut. besides beinjf tbo richest writer in fthc world, ho is also the "Teiltest 'writer in his line. Certainly there is no other playwright whocan beclasse I (with him. Ami to be rieh ami to be ffreat are two widely differing things ?l am told that the richest writer in all 'America is a man who has devoted his life to blood-und-thunder novels, sohl in yellow covers for a dime each. An interview with Sardou is an achievcnuMit. Ho is not uiiuocessiblc '.to anyone hut newspaper men. The .public can get at him with little 'trouble. But for him to receive a man wlio wants to write about him is nut usual. There is probably no character iu Iiis <lratuus credite...

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. — 25 August 1895

F?R LITTLE FOLKS; | - i A QUEER FOSTER FATHER. ; Put Old Bob. tho Water Syicxilel Who l'ro- , , (!?< ?? n Brood of C Molts. I Enough good dog stories tire told ov ?yry week to till u volumo ne big as vonr ; family Bible. Just the sumo all tho -world loves a teully clever dog. This story is about a ?flog that is neither clever nor brave nor , jiuudsoinc, and his uatuo hi Beb?plnin Bob, and nothing else. Boo lives out near Warwick. Ma lie is u water span? iel, and one of tho fattest dogs in tho vest. Ho is not a heavy oater, bnt he is SO very good naturcd that he nets f:it on nothing but u clem- conscience and an oven temper. At Bob's homo uro many chickens and thoy all look up to Bob as their foster father. A queer friend for a chicken is 1 a big, fat wutor spaniel, but tho chick- ! fits don't earn what or who he is, he is Just Bob to them. There is u brood of motherless chicks who arc seldom away from him if the y can help it. When he lies down, they climb upon his hack, Which is...

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. — 25 August 1895

MISS WILKINS AT HOME. Tho Author of 'Pombroko" nnd Her Quiot Surroundlntrs. Wh* "Frlso Detoctls c Story-'?Hott 1t ('?nie to ?r Written-Htm WUkloa' Ways of Work ?Iltir I.lki-t ix ml Dlaltkaa. _,. ..? ICOPTltlOHT l?i?.*. ' 'N'O'S I over beam toll of h o r W i 1 U iuR? Wi! 1c 1 ii Yim's, there are Wilktusca "r uun J ho r e, murr or 1 o r. s : but 1 ilou't k u o sv this ,pne. Writos stories, yoti say? 111,111111" The proprietor of the little country hotel in Randolph. Muss., .-ollid from Ilia doorway to a man ?lio was passing, leaving ran to u moment's reflection upon tho unequal distribution of fame. That the namo of Miss Mary B. WU Irinf*, known throughout the United tStatcs, and scarcely less in England, us the writer of tho most cii:irruinrr ?prose idyls of New Kutrland, should bo ttuknorru tu the linidlord of the hotel, v.'lio is professionally supposed to know everyha-ty in the tiny country vi] Ingo where she lives, only liftmen miles from Vou'ou. too -why, this was interesting. t...

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. — 27 August 1895

_VQI* L~NQ- 82_ NORFOLK, VA. TUKMUY, AUGUST 27, 181)0 PRICE 2 CENTS fl QUADRUPLE Kl M A Mob Summarily Dispose of Four Murderers in California. Eiskiou County was the Scene of the Affair. A Rail Placed Between ^ Two Trees Formed the Beam From Which the Men All Hung Together. 15T Southern Atwor-Utoil Prose. Yktka. Col.. AnguBt '26.?Aboot 1 o'clock this moruiug u crowd ul 250 moil gnthered hero to lynch the four murderers in the county juil. Small Groups from nil over Siskiou couuly tiegau to arrive on the outkirts of the tunu nhout 0 o'clock last night. At ouco the crowii hiiviug gathered they eeonred nu old mil at tho depot and carried it to tho courthouse siiuare, placing it between two treos. Tho local police werocallod away by a ahum light. liy the tiaio they returned they realized tho intention of tho crowd. Tho Chief of Police went to tho engine house to riug tho lire alarm, but lound that the ropes had bion cut. Ho then went to the jail, but the mob hud already arrived and in s...

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. — 27 August 1895

iurcifli!s;ipii Capt, Paddcn and His Company of "Mountaineers" Done Up. The Tail Endcrs Are Now Tied for Fifth Place, Thanks to Big "Ed." Herr. Lloyd Run Up Against a Snae;. Other Games and Notes. THE VIRGINIA LEAGUE GAMES. Norfolk, 7; Roaooke, :t. Portsmouth, 2:,Puter9burg. 1. Richmond, 8; Lyucbbtirg, 7. Where tue Club? I'lnr lo-Dni. RoaiiaKr in Worfnlii. l'vterkbiiri; In I'lirisiiinulli. Mlotituond in 1.1 nt*lii?ure* m:ui..ui. ..i Ilia llnbs. Won Lost Ter Cent. F.ichn-.sn.i. G8 :t7 .017 Lvnebburg-. 6' 4J M\S Borlttuinitii. 61 .'>7 IHI Petersburg. i|! C' ?'WS Norfolk. 45 01 .Ml Boanoke. 15 Iii .Dl Capt. Faddeu's "Magicians" showed up at Loae.no i'ark yeaterdny ready to battle hard against Tuto s men, as the Roanoko cupimu hnd giveu it out that his uiou bad to win, but bo fouud our boya in just the t-auic frnme of mind, aa Tata's erew appreciate tho fact thai they ataud n good chance of onding in fonrtb, und, possibly third place, if good boll ia played, aud started in to 00 the ...

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. — 27 August 1895

R EV. Daniel F. VVarren, D.D.. Rector Holy Trinity Church, Jersey City Heights, say-: "Dr. Dearie's Dyspepsia Pills ?re unquv lionably pood. T hey are, in mv opinion, :A\ Ihcy claim lo be. i boo tried xhein and f< und in iheni what i needed. 1 believe they, cure Dyspepsia, and that is aayine much for nnv medicine t am glud, therefore, to give my testimony." At tildraceha*. wan. Scrnl lo u, lot a bee ?Jit.pl?. UK. J. A. 1)1'ANK CO . Kingston, New Yolk. \* A KTKtt. %\rAXTE0? Ayoutliof,oodc .. ? irranw bablis, M Kbit l< ? good eollnl.r Wll ?! Ii C"" I trail.I ?ntil van make l.iin.. It gem tally 11? ml In an of ?. . 011? who bai tonic kuowledgt ul a"c< uat* ami ? ptwtitiux pretVirvd; must bring good n-ierfmi. 4A. J., care Nor.elk Vit,mim. an-'-u \V'AXTI-U) a whin- i>arli r lu uu n u -li> p I" *r We t Norfolk. A uo..d place and low r.-.n tu ?Ii? rttlu nan. Call or addresi It. I. AHAMS, V. -I Not I..ik \a au .' -I ?v? \\- \M I I' V shuutinr. Vti A Nu. I Baiid s.w *i Pllcr: ...

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. — 27 August 1895

ESTAituanu) iSi'.s. TUBUSHED EYLBY. MOUNLNQ BXCBrT MONDAY. YlBQlSlAN BUlt.DiNtl. MAIN AMD COMMEUCB SITI-SBM. M. GLENNAN. OWSKU. TnKOlH?UbArlO.SOE I UI- VUl?lNIAN ta 1J.UGKL.Y IN EXCESS uf any other pai.er publislud in Emi ru Virginia. :t* oYoulnttou in Norfolk aud I'ortamouln isgreaver tlmu th.it of iiuy paper published ?r cirouiate.l is tho two ohIm. .t )8 delivered io thi> vitit s or > rf M. .-a l Fortimoath and auburn- tor in ceut- * vcsk. v?? aubsiriptions. ims! <ne paid. Fiv. Dollars per vor: Three l'nllara t.n -ix moniliB. One Dollar mi l Fifty Ceutu lor thre.- m.u ths, and 1 ifty Oouts ror 0110 WAd\ertncniint* inserted nl the rule of ii CsMh a s.r.v. k l*i.;-- in-m... % en b ?abse quont insertion ?7J Cknts, or .'> i.'r.sT? Will s 1NM l -.1 n I ?I l.l l.Till II OAV. i OlItrBO' tons srr not ?Howe 1 io exceed tl fir *pa o or iubeiti?e other llwn Hieir icgiiimtta buKincss. oxcipt by paying especially lor the F-niue. Tm. YVllKlV VIIIOIM?"" ?SU OaIUiI.ISIAS. eight piigo...

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. — 27 August 1895

PORTSMOUTH ME WS I! VHS Ol hf Gif The Score Stood Two to One in Portsmouth's Favor. Moynihan and Packard Did Excellent Work. Ttiey Received Good Sup? port. Bunching Thrto Hits in the Seventh Is What Won tor the "Truckurs." It was a glorious,fight ?ono fraught with all the excitement necessary to tuako those nervously inclined, huvo a elight fluttering or guunino palpitatiou ot iho heart, aud smothered excluuiu tious id tear from tbo ladies, unuglod with tho loud and intensely euipbalic, ??In uti< aud expressions of tbo "rootora" made yesterday's afteruoous gone ut the park one long to be remembered. Tbo "Farmers" nud tbo "Truckers" were the contending luctors, nml from the very motueut tout Umpire Pbelnn culled play.it was plainly seuu ihaibolh ?lubs had reached tbo park with but ouo determination, one.purpose, and that was to hotly contest every inch of grouuu in the straggle for the mastery in yesterday's battle ou tbo diamond. Tbore was a very lair sized audience proseut, who ...

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. — 27 August 1895

The Chinese Vegetarians Who Mur? dered the Missionaries. A Most Mysterious Secret Order. They Are Bent on Pillage and Murder. Disl kDd and Feared by Govern? ment and People. Some Account of Them. The Vegetarian society of tho Chi fiese empiro is rtt tho present dny the most talked about but the least under stood secret, society in the world. The horrible massacre of Europeans by its frenziod numbers tho other day is now a mutter of history. But of the sooii ty itsolf, its aims aud tenets, its history and rnesnborship. little has boon knowu. Tho blow already struck, unreasona? ble and unaccountable, may Ik> repeat? ed. If it be true that tho enormous membership of this organiKod band of assassins approTss of tlio Ku-Chang lu>r ror then other terrible murders may bo looked for. The Vegetarians are Buddhists of tlio strictest sort. Tin y carry out this doc? trine so far in their daily life that not only bo meat, but no milk or butter, ev? er passes their lip-;. Taken altogether, ...

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