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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 9 June 1895

IN THE VEGETABLE GARDEN. A "Fegretnblo Worth Cro-rln-f?Novel Celery '; IJut!?Irrigation on a Small Kcalo. | There uro comparatively fow persona %bo bavo any taste whatever for tur- i nip, who would not liko und prefer tho nioro refined flavor of a well prowu 1 kohi-rubi. It succeeds well in tho early part of tho season and cou bo had in prime condition during midsummer or nt a timo when tho atmospheric coudi tious uro most unfavorable to tho dovol opmont of best qualities in turnips It must bo grown quickly, in good soil, ami need while young und tender. Varieties preferred by sumo eastern market gardens are White Vienna and Improved Imperial. A common paper of coed will ho mure than enough for re-i Boated sowings, und to supply an aver- j WIIITK VIENNA KOHL-RAM. crjo family with kohl-rnbi during tho eutiro season. Sow thinly in drills, a foot apart, as you would sow turnips. Thin to three or four inches apart and keep free from weeds and soil Well stirred about the plants. If you h...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 9 June 1895

icoptkioht. ie?.l The most uncomfortable case that I ever had to deal with, said a detective -' in tho employ of ono of the great dry '? goods establishments of Now York, 1 was tho affaJr of Mrs. Caleb Willett. To begin, lot mo say thnt there was no S .Sherlock Ilolmea in ruine. I did not S deduce tho fact from n hundred noth dogs; I had no theory, no exciting trail to follow, and heaven knows that I ?was B?rry from my heart for tho poor 1 creature. I would havo liked to get ?out of tho wholo business ns noon us I saw her?for I know that, whatever her erimo might be, her punishment was going to bo a mi- lit. It was one of those dull December af I - ' ?rnoorvs, with a chill that threads through tho marrow of your bones, tvhen thcro is ti whitish dust blowing everywhere, nud it wuuts to snow und can't innUn up itumiud to begin. I was in tho littlo room where Messrs. Deulhl Crepon keep me till called for?and ttho oalls nre pretty frequent for me to escort, shoplifters up:,tun-.,, and 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. — 11 June 1895

District Attorney Biomey Expects to Show Fraudulent Transactions. He Also Says That the Statute of Limi? tation Cannot Be Pleaded as the Prisoner Was a Fugitive From Justice. Mr. Worthinglon Talks Plain. By Southern Assoomtn i Pram. Washington, June 10.?The second tnul ot Oapt, Henry W. Uowgate wna liuguu in the criminal court to-duy, judge McCormus preaidiug. 'i'his in? dictment which ho is now culled upou to auewer charges him with forgery uud cmbo/.'/.lement in cutiuectioii with his ?ervieeB us dLbnrMtig officer of tho \Venther Bureau sumo bixteen yours ago. The court ordered tho forninl couaideriitiou of tho two cases pending, one fur forgery uud tho other for pro ?eating false ccriitientes. The work of solectiug a jury oceii ?lied on hour uutl n hull. It was- care? fully watched by both sides, tho eligible jurors beiug interrogated in tho usual luunuer. Alter the jury was Impanelled, District Attorney Bier wey opened for the government, ex |>latuiiig tho ehnrges aguiust (.'a...

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. — 11 June 1895

NORFOLK JEW? IN BRlEFj Closely Condensed Paragraphs of "local Events. Exports of Coal From Lambert's Point. Personal Notes. The Weekly Conference of Baptist Ministers. The Southern Bible Conference, James Barber, tho coloroil saloon keeper, whose plaoo is on Tulbot street opposite Hill street, was before tho j Polico Justice yesterday niorniug to answer three ohargoa. It will bo re? membered thnt tho polico Sunday morning raided n clubhouse over B?r bour's saloon aud cautured a quouity of i) a m Bill so I'AB APHEBS AM a nnd arrested a car load of negro men funud in the place. These people wero locked up iu the station aud yesterday were put upon tho stand as witnesses for the Commonwealth. Their evidence and testimony of the police officers went to show that liquor wns being aold in this club, aud thai gambling wns ul lowed. Geo. White, colored, president of the club, wsBsent ou to tho grand jury for keepiug a gambling bonso nud eelling liquor without n lieeuae, and Barber was sent ...

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. — 11 June 1895

Blood Poverty. Pale and pal id faces show alack of proper richness of the blood. A tonic relief is afforded by Dr. Deane's Dyspepsia Pills, thev cure dyspepsia, indigestion, and sick, aejtdache. Wc will send yuu tree sample, UK. J. A. DE A NE CO., Kingston, New York. At DrucftWi'. .ic WiNTEIh YlfANTED?Agents 16 ?.?II I ho only appropriate ?t und srllstioottl is Fourth o1 July utn tucnt; natouted sample, 10c; big profit. M. KRNIC8T, I'levelauii, i >. le i J "ISrANTED?A situation by au Intelligent white "? girl to do all kind or house no:'.-, aoutd like to eon promises. A l.tr?-. Kl.l A COLLINS, S llenr; utreet. jw SXTANTED-A good lallor it on..; mil I under. *\ stand eutltni! an.l titling. Apnlj to lite PORISMOI in TAIl.OUIXli COMPANY. '-?? Jl'itli itreet, Poitsnioutb, Va, let yiOAKD? Om single a d one double 10 m can be I) had with board Iii deslrablc;io ullty loi ill pci KioDth Address A. II. l , Vngmi.ii Office iuay28-tf I GENTS am quickl] Preserving Hoot Bpoon J\. Greatest -cl...

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. — 11 June 1895

" e8tabi.mukd 1S..5. rCBLlSHED BVEBi MOllHINO EXCKl'T MONDAY. MBQIMaN BUILPINO. HAIN ANIJ COM.MEBCK 8TBBBW. M- ULKSNAN. Owsuiu _ Lnlore.l na focon l-eia>s tnallor. THK OIUCULATION OF TUB VIUOINIAM f. LAKUKUY IN BXOB83 of ?m othur rover published iu Kast i a V iruitr.-i. 1 tte circulation iu Norfolk aud Portsmouth is creator than that of ?uy paper i i,bli..hod or . irouiated in tUe two cities. it ? delivered iu the cities of Norfolk uud Portsmouth and suburb! for in ceuLu week ???1 oubHrlptiom, postage paid. Sire PoihrM per year; Ihren Hollars for -tx nioutbs. Ono Dollar and Fliljr Oeuta for ?Uro- month*, and Fitly OouU tor ouo ^Advertisements inserted at the rale of 7 >j Ckms a S . v.v ? Fi..- r in-i i. rioXj each kuI.m queut insertion -~; Cknts, or ?' C'bnts whk2? WMvi TKI> tAKHV ktuk1? x?AT. i'oiltrnc tors arc not id o?e 1 to e\eo d t .eir spa t< or mbertiso other tl.au their loxuimato business, except by paying especially lor tip same. Tis Wkkki.v Vhiaimam *sn (Jasivm...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 11 June 1895

PORTSMOHTHMEWS Pungent Paragraphs Pleasantly Presented. Arrested for Carrying Concealed Weapons. Run Into a Horse. A Policeman's Midnight Adven? tures. Withdrew From the Association. Rome of the schools close this week. Officer Culvert is enjoying his ten days holiday, there will ho a shootiug match at Port Norfolk Wednesday attornoou. The ?Street railroad question tt111 come up before the Council to-uigbt. The attendance at Control Hoaebud Sunday afternoon was uunsually lurge. The ljynobburg team arrived bore yesterday and will play u series of three games! i be woman's edition of tbo Ports? mouth Slur will make its appearauoo next week. The 133d annivorcary of Trinity P. E. Church was appropriately colo liratsd Sunday. Tho Hoard" of Supervisors of the county will hold their regular monthly meeting thin afternoon. Commencing at 5 o'clock, instead of 4:30, gives a great many more people a ohauou to see tho ball game. Tho Portsmouth Methodist Sunday ?ohoo! withdrew from the associati...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 11 June 1895

ipiraipGitis How Women Save Money and Learn Trade at The Same Time. An Interesting Institution. A School Where Women Learn to Cut and Fit and Trim for Home Econo? mies or for a Profession. How it is Divided. lOOPYUICnT, 1h35.1 ^^^^^^^^^^^^ ho r'C^UC*'0n. Ill^jySr^ ??^^^"^ si-irir.i;^ fashions Y^^K^^^Sb^^W pretty gowns ^^^^^^[^^^^^^ uro within the uvorage dress anaker rather dispels this delusion, ami ?women aro beginning to see that ui or? der to dness well on a siuull income it is necessary for thoio to lruow something of the art ot dressmaking. A number of iutercnUng Institutions whwre tvenneu can, learn to nialto their cvn clothing and learn a, lrc.de at the ?&b>o time have recentlyTseen started in Jiow York. The lurgeft nnl most suooes.sful is managed by nsi eutearpris infjj?ttlo womau who started toaejilug lies s.vstem in n small bedroom, and has sdnce enlarged it until it now occupies nn m?tiro iloor in the Art Interchange buijulng. luoutnerablo little schools are car? ...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 11 June 1895

COMMERCUl REPORT. itlOUCV HurH.1 Bv Southern Associated Press. Vew YORK. Juno 10.?Money on roll easy at Uli per cont . closing at 1 per coot, fterling exchange if umior. ?Ith actual business in bankers'bills at 4Ks;?4S;? for ?ixty Java and 48Ba489} lor demand. I'ostetl tatee. 483a4iU. Commercial bills, lSTJai?Ti. (lovisnment bonds firm. tue stock maiikkt?CLOSIXO bids. Mueriran Cotton Oil. 2": American Ont Nr. Oil. i ref. 72t: American Sugar ltefin ?rits. 117?; Anericuu sugar Refineries, pref< ?01: American Tobacco. 1131: Amoricau To? bacco, plot'. 113; atchlson, Topeka und ianta Fe, H)j: Baltimore and Ohio, 4SI: Can? ada Pacific, -"2>: Chesapeake and Ohio. 22|: s'hiougo anil Alton, ISO: Chicago. Burling? ton undQuincy. >'2-: ChicagoQnsTrust, 74: ficlamue and Lackawanna. its'. Dutil lers and Cattle feeders, 20}; l'.rio. HI: Brio. ? r. r.. ?.!.;; Oi ueral Electric, 36|: Illinois Cou ?ral,951i Lake Erie an 1 Western. 74J; Lake l.'rie und W'cateru, prof.. Luke Shore, 117}; Loni...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 11 June 1895

The Vexed Question of Betting Under New York's Law. Peter fVJaher, the Irish Champion. The Alisa, the Britannia and the Pros' pectsofthe Defender. Queens? berry an English Idol. Gos? sip About Sullivan. Icori RicUT. ibom VThon the 1'orcy-tSray bill was before jtho legislature its friends claimed Unit 8t was all that was needed to innuro recing of the highost class and the reformation of the turf. Siueo its pas esu^e into a law it lie.x had a fortnight's [trial on the Oruvcscnd truck of the {Brooklyn Jockey club and Us results (have beeu anything but satisfactory to rtho owners ai>d managers. The large "and. flmiuciully responsible! bettor hau little to complain of, because he can ?tut his money on fairly well with the jbig plunder bookmakers "on the nod," tout tho men who can only bet live or (ten dollars on a race and want to bet fwhile they have the moans cannot do 45o, as that autocratic body, "the Jockey lolub," has decreed that no money must tons i.. sri.i.ivA.N. DMS between...

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. — 12 June 1895

Famous South Carolina Injunction Dissolved. Hothing More Pernicious Than a Oircct Participation by the Judi? ciary, by Judicial Action, in the Politics of the People. l!y Southern Associated Prem, "Richuqnd, Vu., Juno 11,- The cclo brnted South Curoliuu registration case was decided iu tho United Slides Cir? cuit Cuurt ol Appeals hero to day. '1 he j;.t ,to wiue. Judge God's famous iu Junction is dissolved uud the original Iii I will be dismissed, Tho decision of tho Court wns nn oottiicod l>y Judge Hughes shortly be lore o'clock, uu outline of the Court's position was given, Judge Hughes sub? mitting u strong individual opinion, oud thu order reversing Judge Ooff was ?autired ut once. None of ibe counsel who took part iu tho nrguuaeut wore {?resent* Judge Hughes iu announcing the court's densiou suid: "Tint) cube was heard by ti-o Chief Justice, Judge Soy luour nuti myself tin Friday lust. We ah-'t-;:'.t it was of u churucter to onll tor uu cariy decision, uud it was deter? mine...

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. — 12 June 1895

Itlllf SELECT COUNCIL Mr. Cooke Offered a Resolution Last Night. Only City Officials Will Be Allowed to Address the Council. The Asses? sors of Real Estate Have Com? pleted the Work. After the Baby Carriages. Tbe Select Conned met in regular monthly eessiou lust muht with tho Presideut, Mr. .1. 1.. Wiustou. iu the chair, aud tho following members present: Missrs. Beasly, Urubb, Cook, Mallory, Pnuce, Rowland, Uoodridgo aud SVrenn. The minutes of tho hist regular and Bdjuurued meeting wero read aud ap? proved. Tbe proceeding of tho meeting of the Common Council wero taken up nnd ull matters ttcttd on by that body Were concurred in except as follows: Tbe Select Council adhered to its former action in tho matter of ap? proving tippoiuttnout of .Mr. ES, C Oi Maiming ns Deputy High Constable. Tbe >clect branch now concurred in tbo notion of tho Common Coun oil, adopting an ordinance to aeperato tbo street snrlmgu and placo tbe samo in tho hand* of tho board of Health, aud. ou motiou of...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 12 June 1895

KNOWLEDGE Briupi comfort ami improvement Bud le:ids to personal enjoyment when gi^htly used. The many, who live bel? ter than others and enjoy life more, with l?ss expenditure, by more promptly r.dapting the world's best products to the ne^ifs of physical being, will attest ^he value to health of the pure liquid laxative principles embraced iu the remedy, Syrup of Figs. Its excellence is due to its presenting Sn the form most acceptable and pleas r.ut to the taste, the refreshing und truly Venclieial properties of u perfect lax idlvc : effectually cleansing the By stem, dispel Hug colds, headaches and fevers f.nd permanently curing constipation. It has given satisfaction to millions and met with the approval of the medical profession, because/it acts on the Kid? neys, Liver and llowels without weak? ening them and it i.- prrfectly free from every objectionable substance. Syrup of Kips is for sale by all drug? gists in f>Oc and $1 bottles, but it is man? ufactured by the Californi...

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. — 12 June 1895

ESTIBLMBBD lS'oB. VCLISHED KVEliY M?HSISO EXCE1T MONDAY. VIRGINIAN BUILDING. MAIN AND t OM.uT.ltt B sTHHBTS. M- OLBNNAN. Owxeb._ Entered as tecoiU-olfi-s matter._ THE OlBOULATIOSOH TUE VI HO INI AN U LABOELX IS BXOESS of au; oih.-r t a.uor published In Bastrru Virginia. b - t> circulation in NortoW niiil Portsmouth is greater Ulan thnt of suv pnpor published or Lirouiatod in the two onion. it is dolivored in Iho citiei of Norf..Ik und Portsmouth aud sub r..- ior 11) oeuu a week, n ail subttrlpUous, postage paid. F.vr Dolinrs por yo*r; I'tarce Dollan toi sit mouths. One Dollar end I nly Lullt* for throe mouths; an i HftJ Cout* lor one ""'Adv?rtUemont? in?ertol ?t tiiornteof 7' Cuvis A S<|UAU* ElUWI IS -i iii".: oucfa suose Quont insertion S7J i'i.-i.-. or "i ' Hunts' vHr> iN-i ? -M-P r??-n? illiUHUAV. ? ontrae tors are not nl'owc I to e-.i o i tneir spa-o or mhertise oilier than tlioir loginmntn bu?in?*i, except by paying especially for the tame. Th> W'vi'kiy VinoiMAS txn...

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. — 12 June 1895

PORTSMOUTH MEWS i ein cpn Eil The Committee's Recommendations in the Street Railway Matter. The Report Was Laid Over Until Next Friday in Order That the Public May Become Familiar With It. A Petition Against the Road Presented. The City Council hold on adjourned ?meeting lust ni^ht with the tollowiug tnwuibers present : L, I*. St?ter, Presi? dent; JL, Oi liriusou, Sum'l T, Moutu srue, D. W. Uallenlitio, H. E, Glusaett, J. T. Dunn, C. E, Murden, Jumes C. iOverott, .lohu E, Owius, Ii. J. Co? lons, C. 0. I'ced, P. A. Friedlaud, vamos C. 1'rootor. The reports of City oilleera were cend and wore referred to the proper committees. Present?J. C, Brown and J. W. Brown. The Street Committee mode thotr ?report iu rotereuoo to the street rail read which is as follows: PoiiTsxourn, Va., June 11, lBtfj. To the Honorable, {'it;/ Council: Gentlkmkx:? Tho proposition modo your hoaurahle body by tbo Ports? mouth Stroet Railway Company to be ?llowod to occupy certain streets of tho ?City other thau t...

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. — 12 June 1895

Yellow Metal inRodents Extracted by Yankee Boys. French Savants Who Take Gold From Microbes Not First in the Field. Boys in Watch Factories Burn Rats ane Find Gold in the Ashes. In forming a company for tho extrac? tion of gold from the microbes which are supposed to attach themselves to that metal in countless millions mature Frendhmen seem to havo stolen an idea from thrifty Yankee bovw. I. B. Lake, a representative of tho TTnltham Watch company in Chicago, gays it is a common practice for tho boys in vratch mid jowelry factories to kill rota and burn their bodies to get tho , gold from them, and that tho amount so obtained in tho course of a year in conwdorable. In every huge plant liku that of the Waltham Wutch company many oiled rags aro used in bnrnisbiug "watch cases and in time become strong- ! ly.impregnated with gold. The boys about tho factories are supposed to keep these rags out of reach of tire tote, but ' they don't do so. Ou the contrary, knowing tho keen appetite" o...

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. — 12 June 1895

CQMMERCIIL REPORT. v .tlnrkot Bt Bouthorn Assoaiated Proa*. Kew Yohk. Juno 11? Money ou cnll en-N? et Uli per com . elosiug at 11 per cent, ?teling exchange is strong, with actual Vtwiuevs tu batiken' bllla at 433i?48n for ejxty dnvs nud 489n480} lor demand. 1 osted vatei. 48;<a4'.u. Commercial bills, 48iiu4871, lieTiiuuient boudu firm. TIIF. sioi'K MAHKI.T?CLOSING HUH. Atuericau Cotton Oil. 27: American Cot? ton Oil. pref, 73: American Sugar ltcfln ?rii'i, 1182; An ericau sugar Refineries, prefi Juli: Aiucl . .hi Tobacco. 115}: American To ?nicco, pref. 114!; Aftshison, Tooeka and finita Fe. 10}; Baltimore and Ohio, 01; Can? ada Pacific, fit: Chesapeake and OI1I9. S3}; ?hicago mid Alton, ISO: Chicago. Barling 1,011 autlQnincv. K4|; Chicago Qua Truet.74}; jlelaware and" Lackawanna. 16t); Distil Jers and Cattle Feeders. 19': Erie. 11 i: Erie, t ref., 25; Ucuoral Electric. 361: Illinois C011 irnl, 9?; Lake Erie an! Western. 24); Lako 3,'riv and Western, pref., M:t; Lako Shore, JI7:...

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. — 12 June 1895

Wonderful Instance of Aphasia Lasting Twenty Years. A Georgia Man Being Thought Dead Is Alive In California. His Daugh? ter Searching Oul the Facts, The Story Reads Like a Veritable Romance. A case bordering- on the supernatural ta ono that has developed within the lust few weeks?a case involving a startling incident of npliasiu, the sup? posed death of a husband and fatliur atnd, tho subsequent re-turn of tho facul? ty of proper speech after a period of more than 30 years. Tho principal not or is in San Fran? cisco und tho mombtu-s of his family live in Anuistou, Ala. I It is a case that almost surpasses credulity. More than 80 years ago a Georgian rtauv-d Allen wont west to seek u for? tune for his family. Ho had a wifo and eight children. Ha loft his home after trolling all of his propt-rty except u littlo strip of land npou which the family homo was situated and wont to the igroat west, where men wore making iortuues in a day. j Ho made tho trip, and soon wrote tutck from Califo...

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. — 13 June 1895

VOL/ L?NO. 20 PRICE 2 OFNTft 8ut His Support Was Miserable and the "Farmers'' Won. Tlic Home Team Has Won Only One Game Out of the Last Ten Played. They Meet the "Truckers" To-day i:> Portsmouth. Other Games. (Special Dispatch t i tlio Virginian. Fbtersuuro, Vs., Jttue Iii.?Peters? burg took tlio third guiua frutn Nor? folk tu day making it three straight. Chord, a new tiiiiu lor Norfolk, was iu the box ami pitched.a good game, hut Uta siipt'orl wo? miserable. Corcoran and O'Hagan makiog errors uu ttiu tamest Until of grounders. Packard pitched a splendid game ouiy allowing tbo visitors five kiln, three of which ?itcio homo runs. Two by Ueier aud ouo by MoC'iiiim. Lippert, Tomer, finnford nr.ri Sulhvau, of tho burnt! team, eaob put tlio ball over tho fence for homers, Uroeu ut short pluyod ? tirilhau game, ncoepting every chance without uu error. Score: MoaroLu. i ri raatni to. u it po 1: It u ro k <ieter, c. -? I ?? ell you*, Ub. l u o o Corcoran, as., 0 o :i ar. n u r. ?b.. ...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 13 June 1895

Diphtheria""Reported by Dr. Rid dick. Ho Said That Clay Slrcot is in n Villainous Sanitary Condition. A Letter Received by Dr. Dupuy in Regard to Smallpox. Other Business. The Board of Health met yestorday. The Sanitary Inspector's report showed tbirty-uiue nuisances, of which thirty two have been abated. The City Attorney's opinion on the odor arising from imy legitimate busi? ness, was received, holding that the Council and uot the Board of Health, should deal with such odors as aro not deleterious to hesltb. Au ordiuauco was recommended to the Councils for adoption prohibiting the steaming or other preparation of crabs or fish for tho market, or the ?onduet of any other business from whioh o deleterious odor arises, except with the written consent ol the Board of Health. The ordiuance uinkes it the duty of tho Board oi Health to examine all such delelerious manufac? tories and suppress same. THE FINS. The punishment for violating this ordinanoe is a hue ot uot less thuu S'25 nor ...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
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