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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 11 September 1895

For Colic, Cramps, Cholera ?j Morbus and all Summer Complaints, there is no cure equal to Pain-killer. Get a bottle to-day. Keep it con? stantly on baud, tor there is no kind of pain or ache? internal or external?that z will not relieve. Genuine z bottle bears name of Perry 5 DAVIS&son. Look out for 9 imitations and substitutes, g Double the former quantity ? tor 25 cents. \? a.-v'l B II. (11 NOTI 1> * It'l.' : V t 111a'-' |ill|l I 11; 1 In' In- 1 !?? i-I - 1- of O 11 .-??<> 11 a dreta "u. M?" b.i\ 4?, I'litetuoni, Va, -l?? A1.1 itsmakrs-t bAlt.Y. Mmr luu Intern lion. Itflllilt M.1 seilt?.' Two to six I in a house. -1 mpl ? niallc I in .-. kok II EK ? ma.in. <.''ikii.ii.ui, 11. -? .?s.i.ly \\fANTI D-S 'l.l'SMEN.?I n r/*ll 111*11 i- sell 11 1. t by laiupleit) Ii" ? 1 irarcl;casj ?eile staple guni ; 1 Ii r.u salary m i;'?1 louirul-slon .Addrcsn H ? Itox IIUI, n? ? Y .k ? i jr. ? Hi 1 1 -i.t w v; AN 1 Iii - lint, in- la'csinuu tor...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 11 September 1895

EFTAUIXSUKtl l^ii?. . fDBLlSllEU EYliKY. ilOUNiXU KXCEl'T MONDAY. Y1B01N1AN UUiLDlNU. MAlK AND ? OMJIEUCB 8TUBBT3. M. Ol.ENNAN. ?wsku I ~ ?riiKOlKOliLAriO.S OK lilt VIUUINIAN jj ljUlUriliY IS KXUKSS ?.f uuy other lasner iiubindud m Basl i ii Virginia. &it? circulati-n in NorTolu and I'orttmiouDt l>*c,reavar iIiku that <>f any paper publishe I Orilicmatcl iU ttie two Cltit - it ih delivored in the cities "1 N"rf"ll> aud Portsmouth and BUbnrb' lor 10 eouts a ?weak. >;ail subscriptions, postage paid. Five Dollar* per year; 'lhroe Hollars foi Is months. Oho Dollar an 1 Kilty Cents tor thro.ij raoi.thr.. and I illy Oouta loi one ^Aaivortiscniini-i Inserted at the nie of 71 CtMS A S<;l'Ai kKiust is km ion; oaeh subse oueut insertion 37! Cksts. or ;"? i i i viii n tSKMTKK Y.VV.M utiikii n.tv. Contrac? tors are not nliowo 1 to exoe i I air spa o or lubartuo ollldr than thoir legitimst? buoiuess, eicipt bj paying e...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 11 September 1895

PORTSMOUTH NE WS II Ail The ''Tobacconists" Meet With Another Defeat. A Close Margin. Moyniban Pitched Superbly ami Al? lowed Only Four Little Hits. Wil? lis Also Did Well, But Not Well Enough to Win. Called in the Eighth. The second of tbo Korios of games between the "Tobaoeouieta" aud the "Truokers" took place vestorduy, aud like tin.- ^iime of tho preceding day, it ?ee ruptured by tho Portsmouth l?de. Willie pitched fur tho visitors aud MoynibaD twirled tho sphoro for tho gre.-n legged obaps representing I'orts uioittb,aud notwithstanding the threat? ening appearance of tiio olouiouts, there uns u tiur sized audience preaoul to nee it, und tho result proved of Buflioieut remuneration for those who love to hco u pond i.trnt;^lo. It waa a good game of bull rt pl?to with life, und good field n g. 1 he Lyuchhurgcrs were not Btrotig with the Btiek, ;thoy ouly lind lug "Tina" Moyuil um for four scatter? ing singles, while the "Truckers]' were ruoro fortuuato aud succeed' >i ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 11 September 1895

Absurd Arguments of the Enemies of the Tariff. Contradictory Assertions of Uie Calamity Howlers Put Them in Ludicrous Positions. Reck? less Agitation About Wool. It Has Come to Stay. In their ouger search for argumenta against the now tariff the calamity howling organs fall into (ho most con? tradictory aud ludicrous positions, says tho Philadelphia Record. In one and the same breath they assert that the tariff is ruiuiug tho woolen industries of the country aud that tho enormous impor? tation of wool is death to sheep growing on the Rocky mountain ranges. They next assort that the enormous iucreaso iu importations of "shoddy" (which they estimate at 1,000 percent!) is do itrcying the pr< idnol ion of woolen fabrics ?a statement which may he loft t'i tho slandered manufacturers themselves. As the importation <>f Bhoddy was prac? tically prohibited by tho McKinley tar? iff, this perceUtttgo trick is au shallow as it is dishonest. Hut the orgaus do not...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 11 September 1895

COKEILM REPORT. illniiov BlarHsjl. Bv Southern Assoctatn I Pre**. MewYnnK. Popt. 10.?Money on cull omy at lall par ocnt.closing ?i i p?r com. Men inn exi-imuga steady, with actual business Iii bunker*'bill* At 4S.nl891 fur aixtv days uud 4s;i a(90| for demand I'oatod raies.4S9a aio. Count eronil l ill", iBialOJ?. Uoyoru tin Lit bOi!i!8 I. ft: TUB STOCK JIAKKKT?CLOSISO UIDB. Atitrvienn Cotton Oil. 21: American Cot. ton Oil; i rof. 71*: American SniKnr lteflii ?rh b. ill?: An arlcan Sugar Befmorio*. pr ?', 11111 American Tobacco. ihl{: Ann t? ran To bacoo, pie!'. 104: Topoka mi l Atcliisou, Piniti Fe, 2H: Baltimore and Ohio, GO: Can. aila Pacific, S4'| Chesapeake and Ohio. 30}: Chioago ?ml Alton, ifiiti Chicago llnrliuc ton iinilQiiincy. BUt; ChicagoOas Trlist ft |; Delaware nml Lackuwnnnn. 1 Ct?. I> s:i era and Cattle Keoder*. 5; 1 rio. 8J I'm. pcef., 22: neneral F.lectric. 88 Illinois t'i'iitral.liil ;;l uki. r.i leaml We?terii.2C| I..iK" Eric nml ft entern, ore f.. 80: I...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 11 September 1895

Archard Conner Says Fl Emotions Control Hiem. A Clever Speech Delivered at 1 I Medico-Legal Congress In New York. She Tells Women to Curb Their Emotional Tendencies. ? Crnr- cit the most interesting features of tlx* t%88ion of the medico legal con gross at the? United States court rooms, iy tho postorhVo bnildiug, New York was the speech delivered by n olever "lay woman," Mrs. Eliza Archurd Con ?er. The andieuco had bet n troatcd to learned papers on mcntnl maladies, the liabilities of railroads for nocidonts und kindred topics. The ntmoephcre was distinctly scientific when Mrs. Conner was called upon to speak. Mrs. Connor's addrcsswns practically ?a pirn to both learned professions ti us. all their influence to overcome tho hys terioal and morbid emotionalism of j women. She said: "Whnt 1 have to say today is wholly ?from tlio standpoint of n plain, unlet? tered on t si der. I have no experimental knowledge "f whether mun has larger glabella than a woman and woman a larger thyroid ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 12 September 1895

THEDURRAHTM?RDERTRlftl The Prisoner, Calm and Serene, Reads of the Yacht Race, , Mrs. Herman Nolt, Who Discovered the Body of the Murdered Girl in the Church, Will Probably Prove an Important Wit? ness for the Defense. 1'v Southuru Associate I I'ron. San Fiianoisoo, September 11. ? W. H. T. Durrnut, the ulleged murderer Of Blanche Lamont uud .Mmme Will? iams, appear* to take a greuter interest In the luturnntiouul yucbt race tliuu iu its owu trial. Dunn;; the ufturuooiJ ckmuii ef the trinl yesterday eurly edi? tions of the uftornoou papers were bunded to tutu. 1 hero were eolumiis of his own fight for life, the story of the foruuoou's tes? timony. Was bo concerned with it? ?Not at all. lie read tbu account of tbu groat yacht race aud frowned with dis ttppointtnout over tho Vulkrie'a vie lory. The paper iu his haudH was held Vrittmtit it troruor. II u- fingers were as atuudy us tbu lingers of tutu. i bo moat impressive point that has tiecu reached iu the trial was whero Mr. Barnes wu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 12 September 1895

The Virginian a Great Medium fori Educational Institutions. Its Popularity Yearly Increases. Iis Annual Notices of the Schools and Colleges. A Subject That Parents and Guardians Take Interest in. Iu accordance with an uununl custom ? Thk VlROINlAN takes pleasure iu call- ' lug utteutiou to the advertisements of thoso educational institutions ? schools anil colleges?which soek its column- as a tuettinm to make known tbeir advantages. They comprise sum.' uf the best educational establishments in tho country. THE NORFOLK ACADEMY, over which Rout. W. 'lnnstall, R. A., presides os priuoipai, is a school for boys, possessing tunny advantages. Iis tiue male teachers are teachers by choice and profession. Its graduates have been admitted to John Hopkins University, University ol Virginia, Troy Polytechnic, Lobigb University, West Point, aud other similar instilii tions aud its course is through. Its next session begiua September 25tb. MlSSr.s LEACH-WOODS1 scnooti for YOUNQ t.a nn:s' opens o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 12 September 1895

To Cure wr.ilt stomach, lor.s of apf-'.te, flatulence, w iterbrnsh, >,jr '? uenrthurn, night? mare, coaler! loiiguc. offensive breath,-jaun iJ cc hail complexion, llvcr-spots, yellow eyes, consliiiution, palpitation of the heart, arid short {?'.< ith niter meals, cyspcpiia, and all 114 %<, inptouis, t il:e Dr. Dearie's Dyspepsia Pills. F it plenty of c.I iiourtililng food. A pill after <*.. a in. ai. ?5 cents at duiggibis'. >.i.J to ui i i lion uinpW. UK. J A. HI ANR CO . Kingston, New Vork. ? A M i ll, 4 Mil l: S'i SI! '.liii hi NuTI U AIIII.ITY A wl?'nn p.-i. n a ii.iiieh . on. liUh-clii>. t. um ni.r.v pnp i "I lite he i M a t.i i' I? i..Hu? tu a die?? "O. .M.," box 41 Cl.oetuont, Vu. i ?7-1 w ? l UKNTd MAKK83 DAILY. Mar? hn.v. u. /\ lieu Itcliillf '?SS c ill". Twnto-dx ?.oll in a bunte Snuplu uisllel Irve. l OltrllKI MAKIN, tiiniiiDatl.i' tc'IU-?ii,lj \UANTi:H 1,1 SMICS.?Knergctl mm to hell *i n<i.? b| ?...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 12 September 1895

i>TM<i.i.-nr.i> is..6. rruLisiiED tvLuv uounino itxcBPi' MONDAY. YIHOINI&N UUtLDlNO. ITA IN AND COMUBUCUJ BXUBBTA M. GLKSNAN. OwSKti. Tlili UlUObLATlONOK tuk VllttltNIAN (c l.AUULLV IS kxcbss of nil.. Otb. : ,,?ucr publish! d in liast i U Virgin. ... -i- circulation in NortoK mid Portsmouth Iseroator tbau that of any papoi j lib i or inornate I in the two citloa. .t in delivored in the eith - ol Norf I ? so > Poruiuuiiiu and suburb* for U) COUU a weak. v?il sub.n rip Hons, iioatnuo paid iiv Dollar? per year; Ihre? Dollars jlx ino.iil-B. One Dollar anil Kifty Deuts f"r ?rtUre- m.o.th-. an i HttJ Out- ?? one ni A^'iertifeuient-i lUhoru-1 .i the rate ol ? Cuvia a s.t a; a To;-. in ?i i. rioNj ra h ?uln?v i.iiotit insertion -7 Dknts, or .'> tv.vrs AIHI N l.\M I Tfcl> KVKHV .11)111 I'M- Uuntrao tors an- not nbowo I to exceed their space or niboitisB other than thoir leK>'mi?to bamiKBs. except bj pavi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 12 September 1895

Wl ALL THREE Of THEM And the last Game Was a Shut Out For Lynchburg. Hallman Pitched Fine Ball and Did viood Hitting. The " lob.iccon ists" Fielded In Elegant Slyle, Eut Could Not Hit the Ball Safely When Needed. The game yesterday butwecn Lynch burg uuu i'ortsuioutu closed the regu? lar aeason iu tins cuy. But tbe most In i ei i si Iii? purt is yet to cuuie?iu tuu lvalues between Ibe touuie of the two cities fur tbu Cbu|unuu .V Jukeuieu prize. There uro live games, to be pluyud iu this series two iu i'orts inontb, two iu Norfolk, the third one tu ou played on l?e grounds ueeided by lot. I heue gauies, ot course, are causing the people of both cities to talk n great deal, and many wagers have been laid on tlio bual result. It t orlsmouth bhould i.e so fortunate ?b to win three out of the live, ibero would be ii.in b rejoioiug amoug tbe friends 01 the " 1 tuckers," who would then have Wou both prizua ull'crcd lor superiority, the (Sale oup already beiug their properly froiu the toot ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 12 September 1895

1 VERY ADROIT SWINDLER \!ew York Merchants Fleeced by a Smooth Rogue. Ml On a Stolen Check. The Alleged JVlr. Munroe Got Money and Goods. It Was Drawn by John Munroe &. Co., and Stolen From the Mails. a youitg man with a blond beard and a defect in bin right eye, who represent cd himself us John Mnnr.if John JImiToo & Co., hotel keepers of Eliza beth, N. J., has succeeded in swindling n number of storekeepers in New York in :imanner that shows him i" boa very elenr headed and adroit rogue Shortly nfter banking hours last Saturday ho called at the salesr? oms of tho National Cash Register company nt 1179 Broad way and requested the salesman to show ;iim a seeonri hand cash register, This was an unusual request, so the manager endeavored to s< 11 bim n new machine and wns successful. Tho prii.f the register wa> $"150, and tho terms of sale $20 down am) $16 monthly. A contract was drawu up and several 'promissory notes wore made out. all of...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 12 September 1895

CflMTO REPORT. Kloner M?**??*? . IJt Southern Associated Prosr. ' Nv.v Youk, Sent. 11 ? Money on call easy St 1 per oent., clOHiiiK at 1 Our eout. ston lu? u\i'i<iiune ll dtllli with Hctnul business In bunkers'bills at IS'.ul*>y} tor sixty ilitys end IBS-wl'tOi for deiunud. I'ustod rates.489a ?*.o. Coniuterolsl hills, 48sni8J;. Uuvoru Butst bonds wouk. TUE STOCK UAIlKtr? CLOS1SO bids. American Cotton Oll. 23: American Cot tots Oil. prof,714: American Bngar ltciin ?r-i s, 1113; Americau Sugar Refiuarios, pr.'f, IOIJ: AmencAu Tobacco, i'C; American ;To bacoo. pref, 107: Topeka ami AtcllisOU, Haulu Fe, 21; Baltimore ami Ohio. OS}; Can? ada Pacific. Bill; Chesapeake and Ohio. i!0j; Chicago aud Alton, Id:!: OhioagO. Muriiun ton and Qniney, 681; Chicago Qa* Trost, G2|; Delaware and Laoknwanne, 161'; Distil Crs aud f'attle feeders. 19; Erie. 9}: Eric, peef., 22t; > Geueral Electric. 38|; I Illinois Central, lOthLake Erie and Wcstorn.roisLako Eric ami Wester...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 12 September 1895

Notes and Gossip ot Interest t< the Fair Sex. Mrs. Nellie Coke, Notary of Fresno. Cal. The Handsomest Woman In London. Daughters of flic Con? federacy. Lady Dudley's Humble Start. Of all the. conservative towns in eon leerVativ?) California Fresno takes tho lead, if there is u leading place in con? servatism. The warm litt Ii* city is do icidedly opposed to innovation, except railroad innovation, which received with open arms. Consequently Prt*no turned hot and then cold, although not very cold, when Go'vornor Budd recent? ly appointed a woman to bo notary pub? lic in tho place. When Bhp not up bor desk, tho wholo town suddenly discov? ered that it needed an affidavit of some Mort, and all tho.city came round to see. The now notary leaned a sheaf of shin? ing silver, gravely affixed snals and ad? ministered oaths aud profited by the ?widespread' curiosity. Thennow notary is Mrs. Nettie Coke, ?Wholias the distinction of being tho only feauniuo holder of such an office in t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 13 September 1895

It Culminates in Death to Two Per- j sons and Injury to Others. The Wind Continued Only a Few Min? utes, Yet That was Sufficient to Cause Great Destruction. The Most Severe in the History of the Place. I'.y youtlioru Associated "resit. Watkutown, N. Y., September 12.? A terrific tsturm swept uver thia section at about 'j oYn.cs. last uvuuiug. uatistug much damage to property generally and culminated iu a serious disaster ?uil futility ut ' lipo Viueeut. at the fuut oi Du lit) Ontario. Thomas Aruiel and George Godfrey, of Cape Vtucuut, have siuco died from internal injuries, und others were iujured as follows: -Tboiuubeou, New York city, fracture at haue uf braiu; Miss Maud 'Walsh, Kmgstou, Out,, tcvere scalp frouud; Miss Lillio Wilson, Cape Via ccut, tracturud clavicle; airs. <)obu Alkeu, Hamilton, Out., fractured limb burl internal injuries; David Andre? i, I'lerrejiotit Manor, baud cut, aud tbu following from (Jape Yiticeut: Merra .Eugene Fitzgerald, severely iujured in...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 13 September 1895

The ''Crows" Will Have to Win Another Game to Get There. Brandt's Wildncss Turned the Tide Norfolk-Ward. Moynihan Was Hit Safely Fourteen Times, Yet Only One Run Was Earned. Other Games. THE VIRGINIA LEAGUE GAMES. Korfoik, 11; Portsmouth, 2. lloauoko, 10; Lyiiobbnrg, 8. Richmond, IS; Petersburg, 15. Wlicrc lilt- t lub? I'm , I ??-l?riv. VorwmoMtli.lu Norfolk. I.irueliburK in ?taauoUv. ??oterkburu in ICt< limoiiit. Mamliiiii ?I ilia Club?. Won. Lost. Itichmonl. ?>'? y< Lyncbb .rg .h' &0 putt moun.? ??' 10 Norfolk. ;,s M Petersburg. ..Jin t>7 ltoanoke. ul '?* The mneh talked of, long looked fur. and widely heralded gauiu between tho ??Crows" and tho "Truckers" is nt hint a reality, aud all tho speculation in? dulged in, aud wagers luado aio now settled, that is ho tar uh this ouu game is concerned. But there is consider erablo uneasiness ou both sides ol the river as to the outcuuio of the two games to bo played, one this afterno...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 13 September 1895

To Cure Wenk Stomach, loss of npr-Ute, flatulence, waierbrasli, rising of fonJ"..ncartburn. night mure, coated tongue, offensive breath, jaun? dice, had complexion.liver-suoi ?, yellow eyes, constipation, palpitation ?>i the heart, and Bhorl l.n atll aller tueoiS.Oyspepiia, and all 113 symptoms, lake Dr. Dcane's Dyspepsia Pills. Eat plenty <>l good nourishing f.1. A pill after c. h meal. ?5 > ml .at diuggislfe'. tuua iu u?i i ftce staple. UK. J A. DEANE CO . klaiiaton. .New \oilt. V? X ^11 II. ft WO GIKLS WANTED low.k lu-k.-t uiueli n? I ai-llll NOIO'Ol.E l-'KUTT PACKING WORKS. ti^.. i itead) work. se-IS-tt* ? "11' .\ x 11 Ii" ...iIon In ir\|> rt iccountanj mid Ii l?okkefpei AI manage ami all round bual Mesi Uli u In: reierrn ra. A ldi. -? box ;WI Xor Tolk. ael3-l*? \\'AX1LD Nu "ii- .i two weeks, small Nap ?I tlda oi Oil Laun b ins:-, la - care takrn; H. a.- ei ee and wbem in .neb can be seen. Ad W. I?. M.,care Virginian. a lit-...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 13 September 1895

wruu.Tsnvi? l&i?. ITlliLlStlED KYElt? UOUN1NG B2C0BTT MONDAY. VIRGINIAN ??1LDINQ. I MAIN AND COMULUCE sSl'HEB'W. II, U1.K.NNAN. Ownku_ "'?yllEC-lKCbL.UiOS OK TUE VlUOlNlAH ?. lAl.Ot.lA- IN LNGESS ul au> otlRV nayer published in Bast i u Ylrgiuiii. ;ts circulatb u in Norfob. aud Portsmouth Is greater ilian thiit of any paper published 6t cirouiatu.i In tho tw? oiiies. it is ?tdivored iu the cities of Norf UK ?U>1 X'orlsniouth uu.l suburb lor 10 eouts a weak. vail aubai riptmns. postage paid. Vive Dollar* per your; Three boliurs loi -ix mouths. One Dollar aud Kitty Cents lor thre-- mm th-. an ! 1 itiy Gouts lor one niontii. Advertisement* lui-erted lit the rate ot . ? Crmk. a S?t,l m aPiltx'i in-i ktion; each sttbso quent iuiertiou :.7< i km-, or 6'i < knth VHl > l.NsMTKD KVV.m oillKIl l>AV. Contrac? tors are not ubowe )? to e\rr.. I their space or uibertise other thau thoir low1 miete business, oioept'by pa...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 13 September 1895

Gathered on the Streets and Va? rious Points About Town. Mention ot Matters Personal. Tliree Car Loads of Stone. Honorably Acquitted of Stealing n Watch. Mr. Wm. Hodf;cs Enter? tains at Oceati View, Tho dust is stiniug ut times. Tho bout ruoo created soiuo exoito mout yesterday. To night is tue last night for early closing ut Ihe stores. No arrests wore inado by the police up to time this report olobcd. Portsmouth seut a largo delegation to N'oriolk yesterday to see tho ball game. The ouly business in tho Hustings Court yesterduy was Uio outry of ouo decree. Tho crops'are eulleriug for rain in lout places, Thoro bus been nouu for two ur threo weeks, iMr, Morgan, the street evangelist, ?will spend sotno tnno in Porkloy bo lore going to Atlant,i. Mrs. M. A. liroughton nrrived homo jester day uftor a pleasant two weeks' visit among friends in Elizabeth City, 2f. U. Thrco car loads of atone for tho Sea board Air Line arrived hero yeHterday. They will bo used in paving in front of the L'...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 13 September 1895

1 he Miliiaiit Church Establish by Dr. Rusk in Chicago. All Kinds of Amusements. Free D pcnsaries. A Gold Cure Institut ? and a Cooking Sc'irol Adjuncts to Ethical Trninin.i. En? tirely Undenominatio a!. Rev. .lohn Rusk's Militant church of Chicago is to have as adjuncts aeoukiug school, a gold cnro institute, ti boys' brigade, a loot are and amusement coarse, a newsboys' Sunday school, an orchestra of 26, as well as branches for the light lug of crime, the treatment of iudigont patients and the reclaiming of tho fallet: Associated with Mr. Husk iu this manifold work will be Rev. W. G. Clarke, who is to supervise the core of drunkards. Rev. furios Martyu and Rev. W. U. Oarvtardiue will be on the board of directors. The joint work of eft'eering reform and providing amuse? ment wi.lt'be undertaken when the Mil? itant church takes possession of its own quarters. At the beginning the services will be held in VYillurd hall in the Woman's temple, but in the course of a year or so the soci...

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