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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 7 September 1895

COMMERCIAL REPORT. Money Market. New Yoiik, Sept. C_Mouey on cull, o*sy At 1 per cent., doting at 1 pur cent. Mon W exnlutuge la steady.wilu actual business hi bunkers' bills at 48Sal89| for sixty .lays lud 489'?4'.<0 for demand. 1'oBlod rtilos. 489a V.O. Commoroiul bills, 48ial8Sj. Uovoru fc-ent bouda firm. TUE STOCK MAUKr.T? CUMXXO 11103. American Cotton Oil. 94: American Co*, ton Oil. prof, 721s American Sugar Ite Hu? rries. 112$; American Sugar Ilefinoric:;, pr->', |0'2: American Tobacco. 95]; American To bacoo. pref. 110: Touek* and Atcbisou. Santa To, Vi i Kaltimorn aud Ohio. 86: Can* nda Pacific. 67tt Chesapeake and Ohio. 21}: Chicago and Alton, 163: Chicago Hurling- , ton and Qtiiucy. POJi ChicagoOna Trust. 64; Delaware and I.aekuuaniia. 160: O'stil crs and Cattlo Feeders. '10}. l'.rio. 8j: Erl?, poet'.. 25: Gcuoral Electric STJ: Illinois C?ntral,M>6|:Lake Erie and Western.251: Lake Eric and Western. or<*l'.. SO: Lakn Slim e, 160: ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 7 September 1895

Defense of the Amirica Cup Said to Have Cost That. Defender Alone Represents an Amount that May Reach $260,000. A frlect of Coasting Vessels Mi&hl be Built with the ( Money the Kiel Boat Idea, Only millionaires may indulge in tho exponsivo sport of defending tho ' hotnoly, owor shaped silver trophy won by tho schooner yacht America in a race around tho isle of Wight, on Aug. 22, 1851. ' Tho cup, intrinsically, is proba? bly ?worth loss than $260. When it was won by the- America, it was railed u $500 cup. Since the memorable day that Queen Victoria, according to tradition, found out that thoro was "no Becoud" iu tho original race for tho precious emblem, Yuukco sportsmen have ex? pended, tho experts conjecture, some? what morn than $l,00n,ooo to retain it. Tho syndicate that owned the America ?wasn't then known as a syndicate, hut an association of gentlemen, but they were just as much of u syndicate as tho trio of millionaires, W. K. Vanderbilt, ex-Commodore K. D. Morgan...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 8 September 1895

TOL, 1 NO. iJ2_ NORFOLK, Va. SUNDAY, SKlTKMllELt 8 1895 PRICE 2 CENTS DEFENDER'S Ml VICTORY The English Boat Valkyrie Beaten by the American C'ampion, With the Time Allowance of Twenty nine Seconds the Defender Won by Eight Minutes and Forty nine Seconds, There was Great Rejoicing. ? SonttiLTU AsBooiata t ProB*. New York, September 7.?All bail Defender! The Aluminum uud brouzo boat defeated Valkyrie 111 eight min? utes? forty seconds m the first of tho races for the America's cup to day. Twenty thousand people on the ??matest tlotillu that ever ussemblcd oil' tjuudy Iiook witnessed the race, and thorc was a scene o( hilarious joy when Defender crossed tho line fully two miles ahead of Lord Duuraven's boat. Tho joy of tho multitude was un? doubtedly lucreasotl by the fact thut tho Valkyrie led tho Yankee boat for tho first Lour. She walked away from tho Defender iu a way thut let) the 1 Englishmen to fondly hope that their duy had cniuo at, lust. Uright vimoua of tho America's cup fl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 8 September 1895

A UKKY.HOME_.RM DID II Dame Fortune Enters Into the Game in Favor of Lynchburg. Die Norfolk Club Put Up an Almost. Perfect Game. Colliflower Was Very Effective, But the Game Was Lost. One Hit Did It. Notes of the Game. THE VIRGINIA LEAGUE GAMES. Norfolk. 4; Lyncbbprg, ?. Petersburg, It; Portsmouth, 9. Biehnioud, 10; Boauoke, 0. YYliero lli<- HI ltb? 1'lnv lii-'liirioiv. Piurfotu In Rlrlimoiiit. I.y ui'liburK In I'ortkluOMItla Itomioke in P?ieraburara RtaiiUlua i?i tttu Club*. Won. Lost, l'er C4. Biclimoml. 14 I'1 -ti-ii Lynchb rg . 07 40 .608 i urt uioiuu. 60 ' .> .162 Konolk. &"> t"? Petersburg. 6*J i 4 . i4 V lloanoke. M 10 .4UU The uncertainty of the national gaunt W6s never more fully nVmouslrated than it was yosterday afternoon in tho gamo between the home club xud thu .Lyucbburgs, whon tho visitors suc? ceeded iu their half of tho ninth iu batting out u vistory, und I hat, too, iu face ol tho fact that tho home club led iu number of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 8 September 1895

HIB REMEDIES CURE. BaYe Doctor'* Itlll*. Cure Yourself at i Vitium C'Ofil. .llunron'a ?Miulrt? to Heulili," Free ill all llruceiitt, win -loll Vim How. Keiuodiaa Sold in oat I v at OM.Y TffBNTr. I'lVt UKN'I'm. AMuslo lloillo May ime v on. Small iioMt-M. Plectsaiil to lake. Ilan'l t'il> Tour Syatana xi .in injurona l?rue-s. Wailiroil'a Hosstodlua Will Cure Wbcu l-.vorv Hunt; Else Falls. RHEUMATISM positively cured. Aouto or muscular Rbeuiuntiaiu relieved at ouco, bbooinii; paina in tl.u arma. Ioks, aide, ? ack 01 brennt, or sureucija of any part of body cured in ir- iu olio to tbrer Lotus. Chrouiu Rheumatism. Sciatica, or i ..m <> ban i-hu.i nermaueutly. CATARRH, no matter how serious, KUarauteed curod by only sufo treatment. I1EADAI UK. from whatever ?,-atise, positively relieved iu from three to ?oven minutes. KIDNEY. Trouble* in ?11 forms. L.1VLK Complaints, Biliousness, Jaiindi.o. Constipation, I'll.KB. always Hired. DYSiElNIA, Indigestion, all st...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 8 September 1895

n ?T.w.i isnin IS :5. l'TJBUSUED EVE-? M?UN1NO EXCEPT MUN?AY. VlBGlNlAN U?IliDINQ. SI AIN AN1> CO-MEUCB STKEBT& M. c1i.ESNAS. Owsr.i.. ? ?ll C-IBOUDATIONUK TUE VllliilNIAN ! J. IAUUKLiY IN EXCESS ?f nn> other . ? irner DOblUHM d iu K?s; ru Virgiitia. 1 V circuUth'u m Norfolk nud l'ortsuioutli J<*i-rcr.ter Hi.ui ib.it of my i'h|>o: published ' nit ieinat< i iu tba two oittaa. .t b delivered iu tbe eitles of Norfolk und Portnipouth aud suburb.- tor Hi conU ? weak ? ail si i'- ripte>n*. i>o^-<ko paljl. Fiv Dollar? per vear; Ihne Dollar? to-, is iuo?ths. Otto Dollar and Fifty Cents h.r tbto. m.'t-th-. and lirty Oenta ror oue B,\?i\e'tiK-n??-nt.i iuaerted nt the ruto of Vi '? Cem? a S.,v.v aKiusr ism irnoNt en. b KUbaa- , cuent inaartion U7I Cunts, or ?i t.iiNTa I ?bkn lsxwiw mm uniKn Kay. Contrac? tors are not allowed to o\<0' 1 tl-eir ipai o or mhettiso othrr than tboir ISKi'i...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 8 September 1895

PORTSMOUTH NEWS Mil IM ms News of the City and Suburbs Re? lated in Paragraphs. Attempted to Clean Out Justice Haynes' Office. Rescued From Drowning. Fell Into a Sewer Hole. Will Leave for Louis? ville. Other Notes. The Portsmouth team arrived home last uight. There was no business trauaaotcd iu the Mayor's Court venter Jay. Author Wright was tiuod 8-'.G0 for disorderly conduct iu the county. Mise Orm Weaver has returned from u pleasant visit to York couuty, Vu. The City Couuoil will hold au ad? journed meeting on Tuesday uight. Peter (Jhnuh was bound over to keep the peace yesterday by Justice liny nee. JLbe Norfolk Couuty Court will be? gin its September term on the ltith Instant. Workmon will tinish paving First etreot down to Wytho street by Mon? day night. Mrs. i'homas Briggs returned borne Friday uight after au abuuuco of sev? eral weoko. Workmen are engagod in putting riown the ongino bed for the oottou laotory engine. Maj. J. f. Crooker and wife aro ex? pected home this morn...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 8 September 1895

if HflS A DOUBLE VOICE Queer Case of a Colored Boy in South Carolina, He Has a Voice in His Stomach, Doctors Call it a Case of Natural Ventriloquism. The Super? stitious Say That He is Possessed ot a Devil. A remarkable case of natural and un ?ouscious ventriloquism?uphenomuuob ' 'which scientific men believe was respon? sible for most of the cases in which i?t sons oneo were supposed to be possessed *f devils?hns caused much consterna? tion among the superstitious and great interest tinning the scientific in Orutigo- ! 'burg, S. ?. The history of tho case is jtold by William 1.. Hulkley of Claflin ?university. Ornngcburg, in The A] peal. The phenomenon uppeurs iu n 1U year-old cplored boy, the son of poor 'jiud illiterate parents. He was taken ill .about :i month ago with violent pains ? on,his stomach. The dootoi was called stud treated him for ?> week or more, \>nt the boy grew no better. After ho tad been ill about nine days bis parents [began to hoar stian...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 8 September 1895

[ FOE LITTLE FOLKS, i c - I A MODEST LITTLE HEROINE. ? IBcrllo Anderson, Who Flacgcd the Train aod Saved .".lauy Lives. In a small, unpainted fraiuo house, ormoug tho piuo trees und near tho dis? mal Bwanip which stretches unrosa tho country from this place ulmost to Du lnth, lives little ticrtio Ando'r sou, tho 7-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hermann Anderson. Tho story of the little ouo's heroism was rnlatcd in brief Ly the press when a tolegram from this city told of hor having flagged a pas* Sengur train which was plunging for? ward to certain disaster, tho track, over v hich had just passed a special train carrying a party of railway officials, having .sun!; out of sieht in a muskeg, tir subterranean lake, of which there arc several along tho line of tho Duluth, Mississippi and Northern road between Grand Rapids and Duluth. Had it not been for her cool Lead and strong little |>pdy every passenger ou tho train would have g?nn down to d< nth in the murky...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 8 September 1895

Notes and Gossip of Interest to the Fair Sex. Mrs. ?Joseph R. Thompson, the Heati Of the Woman's Beard at Atlanta. Miss Willard's Romance. Woman's Part in Banking Affairs. Safety Purse. As president of the woman's board of managers nt the Atlanta exposition Mrs. Joseph K. Thompson has appeared in u tew rolo. Hitherto she has been a social leader, noted for her brilliancy, beauty and wit, but siuco aho has been installed in her new position she lias shown so much executive ability, tact and talent that oven her friends an> de? lightfully surprised. Thoso who are working in conjunction with her say that she has the same admirable qnnl ' ities which made Mrs. Potior Palmer ouch a power at tho Chicago exposition. Mrs. Thompson is the only dnughtor of Colonel Minima of Atlanta, and bo tore her marriage she was an ncknowl VHS JOSEPH K THOMPSON. ?direil belle of that city, a distinotiou which she retained after sho became the wife of Joseph Thompson, tho proprie? tor of the Kimb...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 10 September 1895

VOL. L?NO. 92 PRICE 2 CENTS The Last Few Days Have Been Very Prolific of Rumors. The Two Blocks Discovered Under the Head of the Dead Girl Occupy Quite an Important Part in the Trial. Vague Stories Pub? lished and Circulated. By Southern am00latex! Proas. Bah Fuanoisco, February 9.?The Inet few duys huvo hoon prolific of rumors in couuoutiou with the Durraut oaso, perhaps more bo thuu auy oorro apuudtug period since the uudios nf Minnie Wiliiauts uuil iilaucho Latuout wore fouud iu Kiuauuel Church and Durraut who arrested for their murder. All aorttt uf atories uuiauatitig from the most vague sources huvo been oircn lated ami puhlishod only to be Many contradicted when traced to the tonn taiu uf the information, Suob tales us the miof> Olareuoe Wulf would toHtify to Durruiit's having told lnui ol Ins liitontlou to betray Blauohe Ijttuuotit; thut .Mayor hutro was supply tug fuuds tu conduct tho tiefouae; that tho defeuee would undertake in tho Miuuio Williams case to show ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 10 September 1895

I BftSEBRLL HD; Th9 Games Yesterday and the Standing of the Clubs,! Through the Unjust Decisions of An Umpire Roanoke Forfeited a ; Game to Petersburp;. Rich? mond Took a Game From Norfolk. Notes. THE VIRGINIA LEAGUE GAMES. Norfolk, G; Richmond, 8. Portsmouth, 12; Lyuchburg, 7. Fust Game?Petersburg, 3; Roau oke, Cs Secoud Game?Potorsburg, 0; Roau eke, 14. First Potorsburg-Roauokc gnmo for? feited to Petersburg, Roanoke refusing to play after fseveuth inning, Incoin potent nod unjust umpiring was the oaose. Where Iii? t iiiii? i'in.? l"o-l*ai ? llorfoiu. in tticbtnuml. I.) ncubiira In I'nrisinoiii Ii. Iloanohe in t'elerabtirs*. Mnu?iiis: oi ittu < nili?. Won. Lost. I'cr Ct. Jticlimoud. 7.r? 43 .03li jbyuchb .rg. U7 -i" Fort iuouui. --7 C6 .467 Neriolk. 5.-> GS ,io*S Petersburg. 53 13 ..4./ JiOauoke... 4:i 71 .4eS icicntuniiti won in iba Nliitii, Uv Southern Associiitn i Pros*. Richmond, Va,, September S).? Riehmond and Norfolk played an cx eitiug game of ball he...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 10 September 1895

DOCTORS III! MIM Official Record Now Open to the Public, A Weil-Known Physician Tests the New Discovery With Most Successfol Results. fir. George F. Brouktf, No. '2'.* Tomplo X'lace. l'osou. says. "1 tin o used u :?? o I mail)' rheumatism tnediciuci) in the i our?e of my practice, but 1 ? Mti cnnuidlv ??jr tl at I nover suw n rem ?dy m effect] n as. Mi 11yon a Hbcumutistn Cure. 1 gate he sample uottte 1 e,ut Uou Skay to ouo Of uiy patients, a luly, who baa Sl id chronic rtioutnati m in I or limbs fur Isum. Hit kiieo und elbow pouts \wio tiff, and sue sdffered great i ain Its effect torus simply matvolous. Uelinf lr ihi pain ?im untamed in n few hoitis after tlie UrKt Juno uud iiirtdo i f UveiilyTo r huiirs the idy was toioiuo better tb? i the had lor ae.irH. I shall prescribe Munyon's rum tor ill eases uf rheumatism tli.n come uu.ler my *are in the tttturo. Mnuyoni Rheumatism euro i* guiratitoed to. le rheumatism in.anv part of theb-dy. ?teute or innsoiilir rheutnuii'iu iure I In ir...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 10 September 1895

? F.sT.yuAaUKTJ If i6. i?T??LTSilEU EVEBY M?HN1SQ fiXCEl'T MONDAY. Y1BGIS1&N BUILDING. MAIN AND lOMMKIlCE STHKETS. M. Ol.ENNAN. Owsr.u._ t ? TUE OIBGULATION OF TUli VlllcilNIAN Hal LABOBI.Y IS EXCESS of an? other I iiBDer published in Ens; i n Virginia. R* itsctrculinh'U in NorrolW mill I'ortmnouth 1? greater ihau thui "f au.v paper publish.- I Eorvireuiaicil In the two yiti. s. '?: ? -tie delivered iu tho eitlen of Nnrf'-u ?a-i i Portsmouth au.l Bitluirti- lor iu cnuH -i v wesk. Veil hiiI) > riptlonB. postage pahl. fe'&iTf Dollnrs per ve.ir; 1 hree liullara for idl ^months. One Dollar mi l Kitty Cents for K'tbre - months au 1 Kirty Cents tor 0110 '- uiout '. i , . S. Auverthement* inserted nt the into of . > *'Cnvis a SgrauB Kiukt is ?i:m mx: en li BUbso | quent insertion :">?. Cksts, or ?*>' Cunts BShes xxxm tw? r-vf.nv i.-iimu imv. Contrae , tors are cot nPowo-1 to e\oo. t II eir spn e j or wLertiso other than th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 10 September 1895

PORTSMOUTH NEWS DR?CKERS" WON ?ME ly Winning From Lynchburg They Take Third Place Again. h Good Sized Crowd Saw the "Hill Climbers" Lose, and that Same Good Sized Crowd was Very Happy Over the Result. RafTert a Pitcher. The heavy bitting aggregation bail? ing from l.ynchburg, nud geueiully kuowu by several nliiiMUf, among tbetn boiug " i obaceoutete" ami "Bill Climb? ers," met tho Portsmouth olub, who liave been nicknamed the ''Truckers/' lu honor of the great vegetable pro? ducing section which kurruuudB tho oity they represent, and thoy fulled to successfully climb tho lull tho "Truckers" coufrouted them with;they |ailcd entirely to eutu the right to longer wear the title of "Hill Climb ere," so they will, tboreloro. have to fall back on the eoguomeu of "Tcbao OOUiBte," which is u hotter suited aud a luorc appropriate appellation. Thero wan a gooil crowd present and tho people were not at all reserved iu their applause as t heir di He rent fu vor it es madn a pretty play or hit th...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 10 September 1895

A Supposed Silverite Writes Against Free Coinage. t Would Lower Our Standard ol Value and Would Not Give Us 10 to I Coitn ;e. A Pamphlet Which Has Dumfoundod Ihe Free Silver People. Dr. W. P. Hill of St. Louis has Just Written a pamphlet entitled "Argument Against Free Silver Coinage at It! to 3," which has dumfnuuded tho free sil? ver people. Dr. ITill is tho youngest son of the lato Brit tut A. Hill, one of tho ablest champions r.f tint money of tlio eld Grocubrek party. Dr. Hi 11 Wna edu? cated in the bf.;t uui\orsitios in Europe. It has been generally snpposod that bo wonld follow iu tho foots tops of his father and wlvivato cheap money. There Is little donht but tluit. bo tiitido a special Btndy of finance for the purpose of HPe.nrina arguments against tho gold Btruidard. Study changed bis opinions, as in apparent from tho following quo? tation from hi.s excellent pamphlet: Many people innocently imagine that tlio free, coinage of silver is simply a proposition to opon our mint...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 10 September 1895

EONWIIL REPORT. Hour) JlurUct. Bt Boutberu Associate i Prat*. New Yokk, Sept. 9.?Money on call eiey ?1 1 pei oont . closing at 1 p v cent. :-ier. iug nxehiiuge la Urai, with actual business in baukers' bills at IsTalBOJ rot tlxt* ilaya and 180 af.'l) for detnnud. Posted rates. 4SVa 410. Couin oroiai l.ills, ;8'ai8v Uoveru nu at bonda Una. mi: stock ji.utKEr?ctostso mos. American notton Oil. 24: American t'n'. tor. Oil. i rot. 72: American Sugar lio&ti i r i h, lio?; American Sugar Itelinariei. pr ??, 101J Amei ican Tobacco, f61: Atner'ean Ti? t acc'i. pref. 101 bi.l: Topeka mid Ateliiaou, l-i.in.. I ?, ?H:, Hidi more mi l Ohio, till: Cat ? ada Paciilc. f.7: Chesapeake and 1 'bi<?. 21: Chiengo mid Alton.Ill i bid: Chicago Itni line ton and Quince. BUD ChicntroQii? Trust. It I: Delaware mi l l.aokiiwnuua. KU. I> ?Hi? era and Cattle l-'eedera 120}: I'rie. 8|: Erie, reef.. 342: (5 moral Kteeiric. SO: 'IHntii* Central.105: 1 ake Krieau I Western VC: Dake...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 10 September 1895

ON THE ROAD 10 WEALiH Some of the Men 1 hink They Have Discovered Such a Highway. | Discovery of an Ancient Ro.idw.iy Leading to ihs Summ t of a Cali? fornia Mountain. The F nderS Bailaveit Leads to In mease ly Rich Go d Mines. A buntstnau, who has b<. n gunning Jn tho territory lying Bunt It of Sweet water dam and along tho uortli slou - f Sun Miguol mountain in California, has returned to Sau Diego with a story of more than usual interest. While thoro bo canto across Efokuau C. Co >ko of San Diego, who has a gt<< logical if not a real mining inclination, and another ?tan. Thoy are lit work on what has nl toady proved to bo * tnntbing i>f a sur? prise, mid which may evouttially prove to h" a very large sized sensation. It- appears that in some way Cooko learned that ah anoiont rood had boon discovered loading from the river level on the north sido t.j ,t point bear tho summit of San Miguel. Ho decided to investigato, but chieQy...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 11 September 1895

VOL. L?NO. U3 NORFOLK. VA. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER II 1895 PRICE 2 CENTS 1 DEFENDER WAS FOULED But For the Accident the American Champion Would Have Won. Two Minutes Were Wasted in Making Repair s, Yet the Gallant Defender Came in Only Forty-Seven Seconds Behind. The Race Sailed Under Protest. Lv Southern ahmuoikiu i I'rtw-j. IIkw Yoiik, September 10,?Close Jockeying between tbo British aud American combatants t<>r the Ameri* ?u b cup iu tUo race > IT Sandy liuok lo day re.- i.ted iu iiu uceideut to tho Atucricau boat, wbicb spoiled tlie race, i ifteeu thousand persons, ou sleum ?.touts, tugs, steam jit nt- and oaouu steamers, seut up a groan of di.-ap fioiiituiout wbcu t?ut huuutiiiil ?liiiuiiiiiuj aud bronze creation wus erijned before tlieir eyes. Not all were ueat enough to see ?bat bud happened, but till tue yacht tug sb'trps mud ut ouce, uii accident baa Happened lo the topmast rigging. Soiue remarks were rundo which would uuve made cur? tingle nu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 11 September 1895

Says There Is No Lack of Pressure at The Works. The Superintendent Answers Cards Published in a Contemporary and Exhibits Letters to Substan? tiate His Assertions. Some_I Comparisons Made. Editor of tho Vitj-inlsn Nornolk. Va., f-opi. 10. 1805. Iu connection with tbo complaints of want of pressure iu tho water mums, printed in yoatorday'u .Luudniark, I desire to again call tbo attention of the public to tbo facts contained in tbo following; card, published but a short timo since, aud which Iiub never been ausKorcd, because unanswerable. Tho card is us follows: Editor Landau.rk. bio:?ttelerrlug to your editorial iu yesterday's issue of your oapor in re? gard to a want of pressuo iu our water pipes in the city, 1 wish to state, for publication, tliu following facts: For tho week ending .lone 'J^, IS'.U, just bo foro the preseut board took churgo of the work*, tho pressure at tho works was fifty pounds und tiio pnuipago lor that week was 37,0*70,200 gallons. For the week eudiug Thursda...

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