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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 12 May 1895

GOSSIP OF GOTHAM TOWN. .Ool Waring as an Author Stirriuj? Wnr Dooks. Of fi Coming Mail In the Church Wllila Coming Hero to W rmtw-Th< visit of ilia ess uf MurlbnrouKh Mr*. O-.rar ir I pun ICOPTItlOHT, ifp;> ; 5$ow that the purely political excite ^uut over that erratic cleaner of mot - -' ~ ropotitan streets, Col. Waring, is subsiding, tho 1 i torn rv furor lie has l?o come rospousiblc f <> r Is I nur easing. *\ That the colonel is nu author, u W e i 1 - It n o vv n writer of fiction, is a f:mt hereto? fore overlooked iu the general estimate of him. Vet f o r years Waring lias de ?VA.H.lN'0's 0.l;AI.Urli.'A TION. jrotod himself to tho works of the im? agination. It will interest those war? riors throughout tho country who have fciotu denouncing his lack of martial pxparicrico to know thai tho colonel Is tooted as an author.>f war stories which liavo from time to time hcen printed in Aha magazine:;. "WJdp und Spur" is a fioputar ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 12 May 1895

1 WISH FABRICS. I 8^ 'S jj^ Ouc case 1 eroales, stripes anil figures, sirnup. heavy, yard wide, hecauso n wheel stopped ur the pieco slipped, and maybe one yard in the middle of the pieoe was iuiporfeolly 3 priu'i'.i, ilk' i" are -c. i mi don't pet the imperfeot printing, but the truth is good enotiph to tell tho buyer here, White, Bishops ! awu, !<> inches wide, fine, 12 a Blaok India liincu, lOo, 12 o; Fast Black -r? g: P aid Lawns, I0o, 12 e. ^? i>- English Look <? loth, Soft ? tmmois finish, while, twelve yard pieces, ^ 1 ) each. ^ jg^ WLiti' Dimity, little checks, lino strioes, 12 c; finer, l7o; the finest, 20o a yard, ^5 White Pique for dresses, Afghans, Eveiv pnrpoae that pique input to, U o, 15c, heavy, 2 St. 83o, 60c, ~% rercalfs MomUy every ono oi tlio uew atripes and about every desirable lipnrn will be is ready. Yon don't have to take what you can pet. Yo'i (jet what yon want hero. The Quest prints, rpnl Merrimack, uufadiug'bln...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 14 May 1895

To Lose Six Straight Games at Home is Hard Luck, A Battle Between Pitchers, In Which Portsmouth Comes Out Ahead. The Home Club Takes a Firmer Hold on Fifth Place. Will We Ever Win? Yesterday afternoon was bright und 'beautiful, just the weather when oue ieels in ii good humor uud ploa-od ^ritii nmat uuytning, uud it was ouly faaterda; thut are expected the Norfolk '(.'lams" to hold ii|> the honor und dig ?Jity of tho city,baseballically speaking. But, nine how boon the hopes of au txpectuut public can be blighted aud lust iu gloom. How suuu can till of ?ur foud dreams of victory be dispelled and lcuve us standing under u bauuet ?apou which is plainly iusoribed the cue word) ?'Defeat," Ye;', that is the word that bo aptly applies ju*t now to the positiou of the Norfolk team in the ruce tor the State Lcaguo "pennant." "Ob, well, the boys will brace up after awhile und .Strike a winning gait," some are charit? able enough to say, "They arc im? proving'" say others, while tho...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 14 May 1895

Mr. Massey Comes to Scratch in Fine Shape. The Defense Ask n Continuance Till November, Because Not Prepared for Trial. Their Position Rather Astonishes the Interested Public. The Massey Pi nt suit was called in theCttv Circuit Court yesterday morn? ing, .1 iidgo 1 itutis prcaidiug. I'he counsel for the plsiu? 11 were the iir-t to put iu an appearance, Messrs. Thorn, Xeelv and Walke, arriving about twen ty minutes to 11 o'clock. At li o'clock ?harp, just before .1 n ig- I'reutis took his seat, Judge Heath, Dick Uyrd, ol Winchester, S. W. Small and;Cs| t. John Wise walked iu and took seats near the other lasers eugaged ju the esse. Mr. Wise was very cordially received by his acquaintances < f the Norfolk bar aud cracked a lew jokes with Mi. Thorn while tue court was being opened. The thud case on the il was the suit of Massey o-uii.st the Pilot. Judee Heath asked that Juo. S. Wise ami Richard Uyrd. bo entered as eouneel for the defeuse.also that Starke ? Starke bo entered ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 14 May 1895

THE POPULAR :TTE " I A\!LD AND PURE, MANV7a<.TCKK1? 1'V ALLEN ?Sc OiNTHR HIMCiM TOBAC LT."**1 IOA (Ol.OttKI> MI S ..Mr- .,11 auii.hh-i IUU wan ??! ... work oil Noi olb anil Ocean V l< a railr.ul. Apply nil IhC wurk. o. s. W. IlitlJ. BAKKIt, i ontmctoi. myl.-li R?TFfsi'i VICKS?l VW\\ \ i ncrgi-tti iiun.o.x I i.?..u. .1 ia Iba ia.i b*wl u ? a. I. do Sir .1. Itvlerenca required. Aud n I MI'l.Oi Ml N I'. i' :.; \ r i < i ? ia .. iii? I 1-11? \\".\Nlh;> A relliib'e and qulu kilcheu B'rl loi ?1 an I at In; j Home. Anlie- II < I-, ln gtniaii i Ifflc - myl I II* "i 1111 ' bT?Itl :? '.'i N an i I i.. SV y ..Li and Jill) upward*, tu mils in Sirlok aid lie an Vki Hallcoa . A|i|)ly ? n ihe ? .,rk. (j, S W. 1 I: HA Kbit, Cjh i.i'iof. mil: AY.V. Hi. Clerk ami i .irrii i iii ill till! i llV, 1. i nit I vM . It il inter*." alt I :;t Applicant*, ru uux in las held write lo Ihe SATI UM W.i -11 ?'i i' i 11. (?? ?. fr?? ? \VAXTIJD?To cor...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 14 May 1895

rSTABLlsmKl1 H.'6. FDBLJSHED EYUKY MOKSINU RXCBPT MUNDIL YIBQ1M an M It.D n MAIN AM? COMltEUCBSrilBElS. M. OLENNAN. Ow ? IHK Ol KCl LAllOS Ol I UK Vi Kill MAN 1? 1.ABUC1A IN EXCESS ; aa ? other rarer publish a Iii E.ni i u Vir.:i:i .. lwoirculati d in n't 1 - m t orismouth fa creator than that ? I my papei I' ->?'??? 1 or Circ i at< I iu tbt two c u ? it la delivered m th>- eitle? ol N r; k u i borUniouth and i rb lor IU cent* ? week. sub riptioos, nostaea paid tiie Dollar? per r. I'nrec 1 o an ix moiiib?. Out Dollar ?ti! Kitty Cent? ror ?hre. moi.tlis; an 1 titty Oeuts lor one l^Advortitenifnt? iuserb i at tlioratoof 7'. Czvie a S'.iia' k Eue in HiifN: en. b -u -? ouent niBortioii -7 ('im-, ov ?> < i ? r war.> Inshih" ?m:ni orum i>a\. Coutrac tors are not k1o?c ! to exce .1 t eir apa ?r inhertiee oilier thau their icki insto busiurli. except b) i Ayr.i ; tsuociatlj tb*' ??nie. TbkWiikiv Vtc tMf. am- i ti' ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 14 May 1895

Minor Items Carefully Compiled and Put Under This Head. A Horse nod Cart Overboard. The City Inspected. Am Attempt at Burglary. Personais. No Quor um. Six Conversions. ;Visit of the Odd Fellows. f.cnd the advortiaouaeut of lost ilog tu another eoltituu. Bishop Randolph will visit Poris tUOUtli on tbu 3d of June. 'i'Ue City Cottucil wid hold an ad? journed meetiug touigbt. borne of the deleguies to the Baptist Association returned home yesterday. There was quite u frost in tin1 county yesterday mommy, but nu damage is reported. Miss Lizzie 0a9kina, who has beon extremely ill, \*us considered some thing better yesterday. Polet Williams was arrested iu the county yesterday for oubuuiug moncy tjuiier false protuuses. The election is but nine duvs oil'. J'olilicuu.h uru working hurd lor the eucet bs i f i beir f i iuuds, (leu. Seigfriod will return to this city to day lo appear before the Board vi Supervisors oi the count v. The W. ('. T. U. Will meet this after ?loDU at 8:30 o'clock, wi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 14 May 1895

FOR O flill ii Two Women Naturalized at Wor? cester, Mass, Mrs. Cleveland's Visiting List. Hi?,; Honor Jo a French Norse. Some? thing About English Women. Feminine Gold Hunters. A Pi.nz.i Cushion. w: At Woroestor, Mass . April 3, ror too first time in the history ut the ceutral district court, two women appeared among tho applicants for naturalization papers. Thoy were bright, intelligent, womanly young v. mi u, ustcrs, Joanna and Neil;? Donahue. After witnesses hod testified tho applicants woro duly Eworn by Cleric Thayer, forswearing all allofiiiuica to her majesty Queen Vic? toria, ruler of tho United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland. The women itrk the oath with an air of being thor? oughly impressed with me responsibil? ity of the Btep they were taking, and then, with their witness) r, Etoppod up to tho desk of Clork Perry and affixed their signatures to the ueoossary docu? ments, after which they left tho court? room seonro in the oousoiousness that they possessed all tho ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 14 May 1895

NBREPREPORT. 1'v Southern Assnntate I Pro*''. Kkw Viiaa, May IS.?Money on cnll oasv at J'. |ior cent . c o* v.g at U per cent Sterling exchange \* bt.rely steady, with aetnal business in bankers' billi at 4V,; a(801 for sixt? ilnya nud 4-i". a gif f(,r ?In mau I. Fostod rates, l8J|a487l. Commercial bills. ;8 a 18 . n a sti ck m?rkkt?oix>six<i num. American Colti n Oil. a {: American C t *o:: Ol. ro:'. Sit American Sugar IP tin (r?? x. 111! ; An ariean Sugar i ofiuerii n.pri . Ambrciu I'obaci'o. IMA: Amoricah To buceo, pref". I0'>; ktchUoti, Tonoka : n I rir.it i 1 b. 8i: Halt im >??? and Ohio, 01; ( an ada Pacillc. 621: Chesapeake au I Ohio !2| Cbivago and Alton, l W: Obie i :o. Burling tohtiudQinucy. 7s : Chicago<la<Trust. 7 4 : Delaware niiil I.acknivauiia. 181; Distil? lers anil < nttle Feeders. 23} I rie. 14 Rrio. f>rer...2?;neiieral Klectric, 831: llbnoii Cen? tral, Of; Lake F.rte an 1 Wciit...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 14 May 1895

Things Come This Way Financially Once a Year. Great Head. The Banker Gets a Chance at Him Every July. Lad.es of Every Age and Condition Wend Their Way to His Mountain Habitation. A Fortun ?. . Lou Bishop of Seorsburg, Vt., Is a singularly fortunate in an. Ho haa an assured annual income for merely sit- , ting around and lotting himself grow. When he was but n young m tn, ho be? gan to let his hair grow winters to keep his cars warm in the woods. Observe the result. After Bevern 1 yearsof letting himself gre w thus ho discovered thero Was a demand for himself. Young women, who didn't know what was the matter with tli^-ir hair; ' single women of advancing years, who bad reached the sad moltiug period of life; elderly married women, whose husband? considerately cheered their way in the sacred family circle by tell- I lug them they were getting immodestly bnld?ail these sought clandestine ren? dezvous with Alonzo und whispered their vapnc, hidden wants into his will ins: ear. He soon fo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 15 May 1895

And The Poor "Clams" Go Deep? er in the Hole. A Large Crowd See The "Truckers" Give an Exhibition of Good Call Playing. Norfolk Puts Up a Game Replete V/itli Cost? ly Errors. Wlirret Iii.-v I'lav ? u-iliiy'. Fortemou li nt ' orto'.k. lti UuionJ iii Komi ko i et *i u n i i.yn li'uoi Mniiiiini: ol Iii? < lulls. Won l.o t I'et Ceut. ftich.oixl. 17 l ..:.? l.yi chburg'. 11 li .".uo |\,r: mouth. Ii 11 .tOO 1'eterabiirg. 8 18 1 ??ort. !k. . 7 11 .81:1 Roanoka . ti 11 .Ju Vive LIta and seven errors, against thirteen bits and two errors, is how the aiiatter stood wbeu tho Norfulks bad closed their ball ol tho ninth inning yesterday, and the faithful "rooteis" iung their bends ami wont home, ur somewhere che to seek the consolation they so mueb needed. It was a cane of "it mi;;ht have been" diflereut in tho footer's minds tit the Muri, (ur ill the second inning, HuOiuuu made a cleau tut und .--ti !u second. Whuley pouched out, liauptmau got hi- haao on balle, Mager lined out a bri...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 15 May 1895

Refused to Buy Chemical Eng for Fire Department. Select Council Held an Unimportant Meeting Last Nipjit. There Were No Measures of General Pub? lic Interest. Will Hold Ad joumed Session Tuesday. A meeting of the Select Couoeil was held last night with tue president, Mr. Winston in theehair uod tin1 udlowiug members present: ?oodrid e, Hess ley, Bunting. Uriggs, I'rince, Cooku. Mallorv nud Itolluud. The miuuusof I lie last meeting > f this I rani li were read aud approved. The minutes of the lost meeting of the t.'ommoti Council wcr^i read uud concurred in 11- >?< I ?s to i be roilowiug: The select Couuoil refused to vote the money to purchase n ohemical engine for the l ire Department. 'Ihe petition ot ti e deaiers in milk to be relieved id the lux ol 15 cents per day on each wagon, which was laid over i>v the Common Counoil, ??> grautcd l-v tIjis brauch. Upon the proposition to pavu Var mouth street, colonel Waller ii. Tay lor ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 15 May 1895

11 ii.i 'IVO SA1 ILL to do any p.. od, when you look ct one of Dr. Ficreo's Pleasant l'pllet.s. But just try it when you're hilimm or consti? pated, or havo n sour stomaob, or u tit of indi? gnation?*nd you'll own up that th ty're tbo liest thing* iu the world. That's bocause thoy euro peminaenMj/, and do it, pleasantly. They're tiny, ?=uj;ureoat ed, find easy to take. There's no disturbance to the system, di-'t, or occupation. t-vntis Cactiou ouomnlWO, or money refunded. Ununton. Ifta?. Dr. It. v. PtBRCr: Dear Sir?I could tell of u number of case* Where Dr. I'icreo's Fa mil v Medicines have cured. A friend or tnlnc. Mr. Williams, was about um-d up with liver troubles: nor. bu wjs thai " rleusaut rollet a" havonelt?c?l him uioro than any or ail the medicines that ho luuevor taken. w a 3 i i>. ln.i i OLOKEII Ml >' WAS! BU. Si' y. n* old nod IUU iiptrartli, t i > <Ic oll S im U Slid "can View Hatlioa ? Apjdv ?u the > or.:, I?. s V...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 15 May 1895

e*tam.iSUB0 is 6. PUBLISHED EVKllV MOUN1NO BXOBPi' MONDAY. virginian 111 DISH. MAIN AND i OAIMEHCB srusBis. ?y. OL* nnw ? WS Kit._ "TiTtfciK' ? i. \ no ,?m.-. \ uk?niam , b LAHUK.l.Y is KXC-ESS of ?u> oi?. i Mper published in East uVirslu i. ? its circulation m NorfuU im) l'ortstnouth & greater than tint of any (.aj.er p mini , 1 orwiCU'Ule I 10 the two ? ,t is delivered tu lb. ritn-s ?>! S t! .-. ,nl ?ortau.onth iiti.1 mill rli lor l" reu:- a week. a-.l sub* riptmns, postage (.aid. Fiv Dollar* par year; three i ....:ire lu 11 wouilm. Oi:o Hollar ami Kilty 1 ents for tbro ? moi lb- an I I 1 Ij Oellti u: 0110 IJlbnt--. ..... t -- Advertisements iu-ertr I at tl e r 1 to of Ct>ia a f t a K Kin-1 IN-''.tiK'M eu b suhse quent iiiioriion t i'kntk, or ? < r.nt-i \in?:> tN-r no kvf.ki' ' iiii.u i>ay. i.'ontrac tors are not rl owe . to b cc il I *;r ?pa 0 or adertise otlir Hum tlietr logi imate busbies*, exi-.pt by...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 15 May 1895

From Many Points and on Various Topics. The Fair at Deep Crrek Closes. Run Away and Smash Up. Ports month Athletic Club's Open? ing. Had His Finger Bad? ly Mashed. Other Notes. It was very rough in tho h arbor yesterday. There "was no docket in the Mayor's Court yesterday. Yesterday wus registration day in both eitv and couutv. Dr. A. IS. Owen will return from Washington this morning, The shipment of peas and Dernes J,or ih was \cry heavy yesterday, 'the ease ot sotnu of the ciubs for vio? lation ol tiie law has been continue.1 to the 27th instant. A horse attaelieil to n delivery waiTon ran away on < ouuty street yesterday eiternoou and smashed up things gen? erally. Mr. J. I,. Jolly ami brido, of Bruns Wiek, Ya., arrived iu Ihu oily y<?ster_ day evening und \sill reside at 725 County street. There was u considerable full of hail around Deep Creels aud that locality yesterday mommy, but lilllo damage was douo to the crops. A large number ol the delegates to th...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 15 May 1895

IHTHEREflLMOfMfulKflDOj Col. Jchi A. Cockerill's Interview With Count Okuma. - Hopes of Improved Trade Relations With the United States. Protection Not Needed as Yet. No Mili? tary Aspirations. Will Not P.ay tho Bully. Ono of the ablest, most experienced and eulightened statesmen in Japan to? day is Count S. Okunm, ex-minister of finance aud ex-niiniiter of foreign af? fairs. Witbont ever having sot n foot outside of Japan, aud without understanding a word of a foreign laugnoge, he scouts to have grasped the genius of his own country aud tho spirit of the age more fully titan any citizen ot Japau with whom I have yet conversed. 11" is a great force today, though retired from all active political life and public serv? ice. It is the universal belief thai should this war result in a political revuLsicu and administrative bonleverseuient, as aow seems moro than probable, lie will succeed Viscount? Mntsu in tho foreign Office, and he may even ho lifted into the premiership, now held by ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 15 May 1895

iltoisev Marstet I'v Sontlierii Associated 1'rnH?. Vitw York, May II.?Mono* on call e^v at lall per cent . o'otiiiR at 1' per cut Sterling oxchauge is null, with actual Intal ?ess in banker*' bills at 480a4B0| tor Bix.tr 4aya and 4s ii is;?? (or demand. Poste t ???tcs. 48l>ln487f. i omni rcial Lil!~, ISjuIS.'I. Cio*Atau ant bonds, arm. res STI cr market?cixwix? Iltl's. 4m?ricau Cotton Oil. 29}; American Cot? ton Oil. ire.. ,s : American Sugar Heflu sr is, nr.,'; An oricnu Sugar liefliteries.pref. ?*'.<?. Ahum o.iu 1'uba ?'o. 105; Amorican To? bacco, pref. lO'.lt; Atcbison, i'opeka and emit.i l-e, tj: ISaltimori and Ohio. 1)3 . ( an ada Pacific, i 3; Chesapeake aud, Ohio, 221: Cbioago and Alton, 150: Ubioago. hurling touandQuincy, 7si; ChicagoOa*Trust, 7:it; Dedawar? huiI lAukawauna, tui1: Distll lara aud Cntlla feeders. Erie. 14: Erio. |>rof.. 29};General Electric, 81; Illinois Cen Irul, P61; Lake 1 rio ami Western, 201; bake fcric and Western, pref....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 15 May 1895

Hurricanes and Tidal Waves Make Havoc on the Pactolus. Her Masts Gone and Decks Swept Clean. A Comber Drove Two Buys Through a Stout P.-.rtition, but Couldn't K il Them. A Wi m in on Board. wncu the American bark Pncioiua j Singapore for New York 114 days ago, j Ebo was as tri.u its tujy of tho deep s: a ?hips iu tho China trade. But when she arrived a few days ago she was battort d atul squat, n wrt ck aloft and all sprung about tho bows. Half of her spars wero lost, tho stem gaped from tho planks, her boats hud gone by tho board, and only n few planks wen- left of the orig innl furwai'tl deckhouse. It was a combination of Indian oconn hurricane und tidal wnvo, n mixture of wind and water, that put the Pactolns in this plight. The Lark bad fair weather down tho Indian ooean until Jan. 29, when a gale came on from tho northoiist. As it veered aronud to the southward the wind grew iu force, and before long It was blowing a hurricane. With the shifting of the wind the m u arose io tre...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 16 May 1895

THE BOH WINCE A Permanent Organization Affected. Election of Officers. Mr. Hardnway in a Brief Speech Dis? cussed Die Noctis of a Revision of the Constitution. Senator Daniel Declares in Favor ot the Proposed Changes. By BoutUarn AssOoiatOil Press. tloANOKE, Va., May 15. -A largo ?umher of the gentlemen who Lad de? viated their intention of atteudiug to? day's conference of Democrats on ihe wuostipn oi a Constitutional Couren? Vinn did not put in their appearance. Out of about 15(1 favorable responses Jo the iiivualion only about one thir i were present. The meeting was oalled loonier by ('hartes I. Stewart, of tho committee who issued the call. J.lr. Stewart read tho letter of invitn tion aud presented VV. <>. Ilardaway ?8 temporary chairman ami K, I'. Har? rain, of tho Petersburg Inder. Appeal, s)s seoretarya Mr, Liardaway, in tak Jng the chair, made a brief speeeb, in ?which he discussed tho needs of eon wtitutmual revision. The tart that i hero vrns a small...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 16 May 1895

HAVE BROKEN THE IGE. The "Clams" Won a Game From Portsmouth Yesterday And the Faithful Arc Predicting Great Things for the Future, They Play Three More Games at Home and Then Take a Trip Away. ?WJierc lift IMtiv ?'??dar* Roaruke at ^ cric k l'orismou li a: I yn 'bbnrx. retersbu g >! "> bnionJ. siamlliig ol Hi- < I lib*. Won l.o t Psi Cunt. Riehn-.on i. 17 4 liVuchbure'. l"> ?? Poruru ' iib. U 12 l ? Veterslvirg.. ? 14 .363 Norfolk. 8 H .??8 Koanoke . . 0 H -300 League Park was only fairly patrou ized yesterday by the Norfolk public, bnt what was lackiug in numbers was made up iu euthiis asm, for tho homo team, with the exception of one inuiug, took tho lead aud ruaiutnined it to tho end of tbo game, winning by a teure of 7 to 5. Home run hits were tbe features of the game, four of them being made, two on each side,and Hager has hroken tbe record in Norfolk, for when the "rooters" are longing for a good lot, they generally yell out for some...

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