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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 26 June 1896

THE ROANOKE DAILY TIMES. ?fe2l5SUT?.?*_ ROANOKE, VA., FRIDAY, JUNE 2?, 1896. _i i i i i , _ _ ' TUE NKBS OF THE WOKL?, HTBB WKATHEt; VorMMt for Virginia: light rains ! Friday iiiuriilnR, probably fair In tin nftornoon or nlKbt; slowly rising- tempor atare; easterly wind* becomtug south? westerly. Wieweit Piano! Make a guess on a Times Coupon. Go over This List Of Toilet necessities and see If there isn't eoraelMm: you need: Turkish Bath Towels Turkish Bath Gloves Turkish Wash Rags Raw Silk flash Rags Bath Sponges Flesh Brushes Complexion Brushes Toilet Soap, IOc to SI.50 box of three cakes. Fine Toilet Powders Violet, Lavender and Florida Waters for the Bath. ; V <'ur line Is the largest in the city?our prices right. Massie's Pharmacy. 'Phone lt?3. We Lead, Others Follow. f~* y.a ?4. oak? lu the shape of large policies VJI cal grow from Hi tie acorns ot steady prcmlnm payments. As men sow, saving their earnings and keeping op their premlnms, so shall tbey or their familie...

Publication Title: Roanoke Daily Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 26 June 1896

THE TIMES. IVUT XOBHIKQ. BXCBPT MONDAY HOASOKI P?BLIBBJNG OOn Publishers and Proprietors, TUUH BOILDINO, M> OAMFBHLL AVBNUB 8. W. TKH.MS BT MAIL (Postage Prepaid), illy, one month. " three months . . . . . l-BO ** tlzmontha.J-00 " one year, In advance .... 0.00 Sunday Bdltlon, one year .... 1,00 Tai Tinas Is a memoes or the Associated Prosa? the (rreatost news-collecting association in the world?acd receives over a special wire the rail telegraphic nows service ot tho Associated Press? tno same newe from ell over the United ?Utes and the world that Is simultan eon sly re? ceived h v the great dallies ot New York, PhU?dol Rhla and Baltimore. JUNE. T W T ?8 29 :tO This Date In History?June 26. 3???The Roman army defeated tho Persians and the Emperor Julian killed. 1760?David Kittonhou.sc, early udtrunomer and manager of tho United States mint, died at Philadelphia; born 17H2. 107?Samuel Compton, inventor of the famous loom, died; born lTfiS. Compton was an English artisan u...

Publication Title: Roanoke Daily Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 26 June 1896

"?omen In ase neir ncomi by shaving I eople,others by baxardouslnveslmonts In stocks i cd bonds, but the most conservat v.i and satls ?>ctory Investment Is to be found iz Improved in in if real estate. In a town tho sl/.t of Hoan *e with the permanent rental valuo tlat prop '.y now has money Judiciously Invests 1 yields a :it I ^factory return. We are In tuereal estate ' mines* and make a study of keeping lu touch vim the values ot property so that ws cancon clenttously toll you what Is the best lnvestmint . it your money. Are you a young man Just embarked on tbe matrimonial seat Tbe safety ot your voyaye will depend to a large extent on whether you are In a rented ship, whose bell ring* morning, noon and even at night to let In prospective purchasers who want to examine it, or whether you have a snug little craft ot your own. We can suit you In tbe latter at from JHJO to ?2,600 on cash pay menu varying from $50 to $500, and the balance in small monthly payments. Come and...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 26 June 1896

ON THE MMDS YESTERDAY RESULTS OP THK VARIOUS BALL GAM KS. Petersburg, June 85.- The locals" won easily from Koanoke to-day. Petersburg's new Left handed pitcher acquitted him self very creditably, striking out seven Uleu. Score: Petersburg, !? rutis, 1<> Iii* ?- :>> errors; Roanoke, 7 runs. 7 hit*. 3 errors. Batteries: Koroum ami Vetter; Cheesbro, Kinible and Williams. PORTSMOUTH WINS. * JS Richmond, June 25.-?Both team- play? ed raggedly and the game was interesting only because the score was close. The runs made were due in a large measure to errors. ? ES?*3 Score: Portsmouth, 3 i nns, 5 hits. 5 er? rors; Richmond, 1 run. 4 hits. 5 errors. Batteries: Evans and Rollins; Kagey and Boland. LYNCH BURG LOSES. Norfolk. June 25.?Norfolk won from the leaders to-day in a game full of excil ing play-. The locals pill up a clean ex? hibition in the field. The visitors were un? able to connect with Pfanmiller's curves ami only got live scattering hi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 26 June 1896

GREAT CLEARING WE WILL OFFER ON (MONDAY, THE M, and continue until all are sold, at I? AND BELOW 0081(1 Our Entire Stock of SUMMER STUFFS! Consisting of LAWNS, DIMITIES, ORGANDIES, DOTTED SWISSES, SATINES, BLACK, CROSS BARRED and STRIPED MUSLINS, JACQUARDS, PERSIAN LAWNS, GINGHAMS, PERCALES, and Numerouaf Other Articles. We propose to dispose of these goods so as to make toom for other goods, and, consequently, they / must go. Come early and get the choice.! BIG CUlffl 01 1 IA Kifiy per cent. Cut on All Our Trimmed Hats. $10 Trimmed Hat for $5.00 9 Trimmed Hat for 4 50 8 Trimmed Hat for 4.00" 7 Trimmed Hat for 3.50 6 Trimmed Hat for 3.00 5 Trimmed Hat for 2.50 4 Trimmed Hat for 2.00 26 Salem Ave. Highest of all in Leavening Power.?Latest U. S. Gov't Report ABAOMATOSMX PURE A NEEDED IMPROVEMENT. The railroad department building V. i M. ('. A. 1ms just been painted and it pre? sents a imist pleasing appearance. The paint is the new Norfolk and Western standard color. PICNIC POSTPONED....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 26 June 1896

BICYCLISTS SHOULD ostPONO'S EXTRACT CURES Wounds, Bruises, Sunburn, Sprains, Lameness, Insect Bites, and ALL PAIN. After hard WORK or EXERCISING rub with it to AVOID LAMENESS. REFUSE SUBSTITUTES -Weak, Watery, Worthless. POND'S EXTRACT OINTMENT cures PILES. ^?T" POND'S EXTRACT CO., 76 Fifth Ave.. New York. HUTTON ENGINEERING CO., Electrical and Mechanical Engineers, CENTRAL STATIONS. ELECTRICAL. RAILWAYS. STEAM AMD POWER PLANTS. FIRE ALARMS. TELEPHONES, DELLS AND SUPPLIES. Baltimore, Mil. Lexington, V?. 6 30 3m FINEST LOT OF HAMMOCKS Ever brought to Roanoke. Extra good and great bar? gains. Also GEM ICE CREAM FREEZERS. Finest in the market. ? Splendid Hue of ? Pocket Knives and Fishing Tackle HELSOM T MYEBS. A little cosy ot In a (bady, green epnt. No happier home cnald I ?nd. Just ( lO.oo cash, the other on time? Only (5 00 per month to make the place mine. No. 1-Groom honee. North East, $?50; cash 25.00; monthly payment*, (5. tu All curti, i-*u> Hentlnc now ut (0 oo per...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 26 June 1896

Yellow eyes, sallow complexion, bad taste in the J_~ mouth, heavy, dull LM*? feeling; miserable. Diane's \ upset ? liverout.of i Dyspepsia cder. Dr. Deane's Dv*3pepsia Pills will put V in order. White wrapper if constipated, yellow if bowels are loose. Send to us for a free sample, or get ?50 vruttb at your druggist's and see if they don't. JJK. j. A. DEAN t CO.. Kiocstcn. N Y. THE POPULAR CRIME. The most popular crime in America to? day Is inurder. We have not, perhaps entirely degenerated into a natiou <>f red handed homicides, but that the crime of murder should have become so popular in one of the most enlightened countriei in the world within n few short decade; is h sad commi ntary ou our boasted civ? ilization. To say that murder is "popular" in the United States of to-day is, perhaps to make an astonishing* and startling state meat, but the assertion arises logically from the cold figures. Murder is capital crime, most awful misdemeanor in the category,...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 26 June 1896

Big Discount off the Price of Any Tan Shoe, Oxford or Slipper in the Store. What Would You Do If you were a storekeeper and needed money, when money was scarce P Would you bor? row or oiler your shoes at such reduced prices that they'd bi quickly to'd and turned into money? We Are letting Them Go. It's the Only Sensible Thing to Do. ROANOKE SHOE CO Tllt> Spot < 'a-.li .Mono Sa? or-. iwtZ."^ I Roanoke, Virginia. $50. 00 AM),-**< 46 YEARS. 8IX Months have passed since I offered a reward of $25 for a New Home Sewing Ma? chine that could not be re? paired at the New Home office and no one yet has claimed the reward. fW We have found on?* machlno made by this company patented in 1SV), forty-six years ago, ana dolDg gouu work. I X?MV OFFER A $50 For one that can't be put in goca running Order at the New Homo office, 809 Henry street, S. W. CHARGE8 VERY MODERATE Yon say others can offer the same. Why don't they do it? rtnri'f fall to see onr machines 1/Ull ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 27 June 1896

THE ROANOKE DAILY TIMES. l^o^i^T*^ ROA1SOKE, VA., SATURDAY, JUNE 27, 1890. ?u^ocmtkdpk?,?.^ -_ 7 41L THE SEWS OK THK BllKI.l). p THE WRATH mi FortOMt for Virginia: Fnlr; warmer Hnndav: northwesterly winds. $400 Jewett Piano! Make a guess on a Ti-MBS Coupon. Go Over This Lisi Ol Toilet necessities and see It there isn't MBMtbtDK you need: Turkish Bath Towels Turkish Bath Gloves Turkish Wash Rags Raw Silk Wash Rags Bath Sponges Flesh Brushes Complexion Brushes Toilet Soap, 10c to SI.50 box of three cakes. Fine Toilet Powders Violet, Lavender and Florida Waters for the Bath. ; ? our hue la the larijeet iu the ctty-our price* right. Massie's Pharmacy. The /Etna Leads. It is All Nonsense To think of irolra? without lnnnrar.ee because ot the "cost." U euros It does what y> 1 can? not do for yonrself. It worse nights and all timeN. 1' protects all the time. If yon are thirty years old a ? 1,101 twenty-year Endowment Policy will coat $40 10 the first year and $42 the next, and co...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 27 June 1896

THE TIME8. VHKY MOKN1NU, SJ.VXVT MONDAY HOANOKB PUBLISHING CO., Publishers and Proprietors, THUS BUILDING, 191 OAXPBBLL AVHNU8 8. W. TBUMS BT MAIL (Postage Prepaid), *Uy, one month.? ?JO ? three months ..... 1.50 ? *lx months.MO - one year, In advance .... COO Hobday Bdltion, one year .... 1.00 Tu Tivbs is a mem Der ot tne Associated frees?the irreateet news-collecting association in the world?and receives over a special wire the tal! telegraphic new* service ot the Associated Prose?the same newa from all over the United BUtes and the world that la simultaneously re? ceived by the great dallies ot No w Yorx, PbUadel ohla and Baltimore. JUNE. 3 M T W T F S ... 1 2 3 4 5 0 7 8 0 Jo 11 IS 13 14 15 10 17 18 19 SO 31 VZ 88 8? B5 20 S7 :? -iv 30. This Date In History?June 27. l&S?James Sinitbeon diod in Genoa born 1765; natural (-.u of the third Duke of Northumberland end it lady of noblu blood de? scended from tha Percys; left 1000,000 to found the Smithsonian Institution. Bm...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 27 June 1896

>o'-ion In use aeir ncom-< '>y shaving ) eople, others by hazardous! uves'.ments In slocks l lid bonds, but the most conservat v.i and satis ? ct >ry Investment Is to be fcucllr. Improved otutng real estate. In a town the slzs ot Roan to v/\ h the permanent rental vala j that prop :y cow has money jiidlcloiislyinTesti t yields a ?ail'factory return. We are tu tu?real estate >i islness add make a study <>' keeplce I n touch v Ith the values of property so that ws cannon cientiously toll you what Is the best inveatm;nt . ;r your money. Are you a young man Just embarked on the matrimonial soaf The safety of your voyage will depend to a large extent on whether yon are In a rented ship, whoso bell rings morning, noon and even at night to let In prospective purchasers who want to examine It, or whether you have a snug little craft of yonr own. We can salt you In the latter at from $800 to $3,600 on cash pay? ment...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 27 June 1896

OH TBE DUMB YESTERDAY BES?LTS OF THE VARIOUS BALL GAMES. ROANOKE WON" A GAME. Petersburg. Vs., Juue 90.?The H<> anoke boys iught <?n to Kitsou's deliv? ery, and p mdcd out runs until they ran up the Bcore to an even dosen. The locals put up an Inferior gauie. Scon-: Petersburg 1 runs, shits: ? er? rors: Roanoke 19 runs; 12 hits: S errors. Batteries: Kitso'n, Vetter. Coous and Williams. Umpire, Mace. MALARKEY WON IT. Richmond, Va., dune 96.? Rain broke up the game nt'theendof the seventh inning. Ri< nmond won by Malarkey's line pitching Score: Richmond *?'? runs; 7 hits: ter? rors: Portsmouth 1 run; 4 hits; ?*"? errors. Batteries: Malurkey, Boland, Brandt and Rollins. THIRTEEN INNINGS. Norfolk. Va., Juno 26. ?II took thirteen innings to-day to decide the contest be? tween Norfolk and Lynchburg. McGanu came across the plate in the thirteenth, and made the winning run. Clean play was noticeable on both sides, only one error being made through...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 27 June 1896

GREAT CLEARING SALE AT WE WILL OFFER ON MONDAY, THE 224, and continue until all are sold, at COST AND BELOW COST! Our Entire Stock of SUMMER STUFFS! Consisting of LAWNS, DIMITIES, ORGANDIES, DOTTED SWISSES, SATINES, BLACK, CROSS BARRED and STRIPED MUSLINS, JACQUARDS, PERSIAN LAWNS, GINGHAMS, PERCALES, and Numerous Other Articles. We propose to dispose of these goods so as to make room for other goods, and, consequently, they must go. Come early and get the choice. BIG C?Tffl 0?H Millinerydepartment A Fifiy per cent. Cut on All Onr Trimmed Hats. $10 Trimmed Hat for $5.00 9 Trimmed Hat for 4 50 8 Trimmed Hat for 4.00 7 Trimmed Hat for 3.50 6 Trimmed Hat for 3.00 5 Trimmed Hat for 2.50 4 Trimmed Hat for 2.00 ROSENB?UM BROS 26 Salem Ave. Highest of all in Leavening Power.?Latest U. S. Gov*t Report ABSOLUTELY PURE ORDINANCE VIOLATED. It has been noticed on several occasions that posters have been tacked up on tele? graph poles. This is a violation of a city ordinance, which requires the ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 27 June 1896

"I like the small package of Pearline," a lady says ; "it lasts two weeks ___ and does two washings." Then she admits that she has been using soap with her Pearline. Now this is all unnecessary. If you don't put in enough Pearl? ine to do the work easily and alone, you bring the level of soap, which 2i cts. a Wash and rubbing. If you use soap is a needless expense, Pearline down to neans hard work enough Pearline, the soap is to say the least. Use Pearline alone, just as directed, and you'll have the most thoroughly economical washing. 'm ^ I'eddlcrs and some unscrupulous grocers will tell voa, beware ls as8?od * you an imitation, be honest the same as Pearline." IT'S FALSE?Pcar?uc is never peddled; if your jrrocer sends tend it Uuk. 505 JAMES HYLE, New York. MOST ATTRACTIVE OUTING! EVERY SATURDAY AFTERNOON EXCURSION -TO Bedford and the Peaks of Otter. Special reduction in Railroad rates for Satunlm- Afternoons only. $1.00 for the round trip from Lynchburg, ami $1.10 for the round t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 27 June 1896

For thirty year* I\. D|" ^v Daans bas mad* a ttudy * X . ?*dyspepsia, and la thirty t Dearie's \ year* cLr*d 0ior* * cases of it than probably t 1 cases oi it than prot \Dyspepsia ) St?^R. ? , \ Dille V the study of theology and J \^ r HIS, took to medicine,became | the moat eminent physi? cian* of that day gave mm Bp as a chronic dyspeptic, with only a short timo to live. Result of this change?a hearty, healthy, useful Mt, an enormous practice, and a demand for his pills greater than for all others combined wherever known. For sale at all druggists*. Send for a free sample. White wrapper If constipated, yellow if bowels are loose. DR. J. A. DEANE CO., Kiturstoo, N. Y. ABE TRYING TBBE?TS EFFORTS TO DRIVE THE SOUTH INTO THE GOLD FOLD. Personal Appeals Sent Out From Wash? ington to Friends of the Administra? tion. (New York Sun.) Washington, June ~<>.?Strong per? sonal appeals have been made to the Democrats of the South ami the South west by the President and fr...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 27 June 1896

Big Discount off the Price of Any Tan Shoe, Oxford or Slipper in the Store. What Would You Do If you wcro a storekeeper ' Jf and needed money, when money ?^??i was scarcei Would you bor ;s^^ row or oiler your shoes at such redu ed prices that ihey'i' be quickly sold and turned iuto money? We Are letting Them Go. It's the Only Sensible Thing to Do. ROANOKE SHOE CO The Spot Cash Money Stivers. 11 JetTerKoii Street, 5 Sah ' } Roanoke, Virginia. $50. 00 46 YEARS. 8IX Months have passed since I offered a reward of $25 for a New Home Sewing Ma? chine that could not be re? paired at the New Home office and no one yet has claimed the reward. t3T~ We have fonnd one machine made by this company patented In lssSU, fuity-six years ago, and doing good srotk. I AOIV OFFER A $50 New Home For one that can't be put ingocd rnnniug otder at the New Homo office, 30(i Henry street. S. W. CHARGE8 VERY MODERATE Ton say others can offer the same. Why don't they do It: TV-.n't fslltoseeonr machines l/Uli t ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 28 June 1896

THE ROANOKE DAILY TIMES. K?og^H?J^?H._ROANOKE, VA., SUNDAY, JUNE 28, 1896. '^SSffi^ig^a^^^ PTBJO WEATUIK VoreeHt for Virginia: Fair, slightly warmer; aoutberty to southwesterly winds; clouds In the morning, will prob? ably disappear In t ho nfternoon. S40D Jewell Piano! Make a guess on a Timbs Coupon. Go Over This List Of Toilet necessities and ?ee It there Isn't something yo? Deed: Turkish Bath Towels Turkish Bath Gloves Turkish Wash Rags Raw Silk Wash Rags Bath Sponges Flesh Brushes Complexion Brushes Toilet 8oap, IOc to $1.50 bax of three cakes. Fine Toilet Powders Violet, Lavender and Florida Waters for the Bath. Z?T~ Our line is the largest In the city?our prices right. Massie's Pharmacy. 'Phone l!i3. Wt know, Others expect. THE RICH Ar? swspplng places with the poor every day. In trath, nothing Is certain In these times bat gllt-cfgo Ute insurance. Always try to dad rait which la likely to lire the longest, yon or the company yon Insure In; and, therefore, whether the company ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 28 June 1896

THE TJMEcJ YBKY MOBBING. BXCBPT MONDAY KOANOKB PUBLISHING) UO., Publishers and Proprietors, TIMES H CIL DIN?, 111 CAMF13ELL AVENUE B. W. TBKMS BT MAIL (Postage I'repald), Illy, one month. ? ??> " three months ..... i.ou six months. ?? ? one year. In advance .... J.oa ?usdaj Edition, one year .... 1.00 Tbb Tinas Is a memoer ot toe Associated Press?the ereatost news-collecting aasoclatlon In the world?and receives over a special wire the Mil telegraphic news service ot the Associated Krees?tho same news from all over the United states and the world that Is slmaltBneonsly re tsl ved hy the great dallies ot Hew Yora, Fhlladel chla and Baltimore. JUNE. S M T W T F S ... 1 S 3 4 BO 7 8 t? lO 11 18 IS 14 15 lO 1? 18 19 SO 31 S3 83 8? S3 80 87 38 80 :<o . This Date In History?June 28. B77?Peter Paul Habens, Flem? ish painter, born; died 11M0. 1778?Charles Ma thews, cele? brated comedian- bom; died Juno 28, 1835. 1S05?Giuseppe Mazzini. Italian rvurganizor,born at Ucin&a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 28 June 1896

-omen In use aeu noomi by shaving > <"ople, others by nar.ardoasinvestuioius In stocks i d h.mds, hut the most conservat v* and satls -?oio<y Investment Is to he to .1. 1 ??; i mproved latintt real estate In a town the si/.j of ltoan ii with the permanent rental value that prop ;y i.'iw has money Jiitltcioiislyturs-j'.ji yields a ? vldactory return. We are in toe real estate 1 islness and make a study of keeping m touch vitn the values ot property so that wa caneon (lentlotisly tell you what Is the best Investment r your money. Are you a young man Just embarked on the matrimonial sea? The safety of your voyaae will depend to a large extent on whether yon are In a rented ship, whose bell rings morning, noon and even at nlitht to let In prospective purchasers who want to examine it, or whother you have a snug little eraft of yonr own. We can enit you in the latter at from $?00 to $2,600 on cash pay? ments varying from #60 to $500, and the balance in sm...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 28 June 1896

0? THE D1U01DS YESTERDAY RESULTS ?F THE VARIOUS BAU (JAM KS. ROANOKE BEATEN. PeteTBburg, Va,, June 87.- To-day's game was won for Petersburg by the phenomenal work of Norcom, the new left-handed pitcher. He held Roanoke down to seven scattering hits, and made four hits and two runs himself. Score: Petersburg H runs; 1? Hits: 2 errors; Roanoke 2 runs: 7 hits; 'J errors. Batteries: Norcom and.Raffert; Kimble and Williams. Umpire, Mace. LYNCHBURG WIN'S. Norfolk. June '27 ?Lynohburg took to? day's game on account of error, by Went/. McFarland, captain of the Nor? folks, carried off the batting honor-. Soor? : Norfolk. <> runs, 11 hits, !l errors: Lynchburg, * runs, 11 hits, 2 errors Batteries: Gilroy, I.each, Armstrong and Thurstou; McFarland and Schabel. PLAYED FAST BALL. Richmond, Va,, June 27.?Both teams played last ball. Tannehill's tine pitch? ing and the splendid stick work of Viox won the game for Richmond. Score: Richmond 2 runs: 0 hits; "'er? rors: Portsmo...

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