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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 23 March 1895

The Hon. Wilbcrt D. Farnham, Jr. Tells How He Was Cured by Us? ing Munyon's Remedies. The Hon Wilbcrt D Farnham, .'r.. whoso ? niiio wont heforo the voters of Miuisa thusotts last November, aa n candidate for ecreUtry ol S tu to on lie Prohibition ticket, bo ol the most prominent nen iu the t. llo resides at 83 Devonshire atre *t. I oslou. Maa. 'ibid is what ho writ-, s of llunyou S Uouiicoputliic Iteinodie : ''I seltlom ?rite t> HiimoniaV. but ma ?lad to give t i- one. Of the many uiOi'l iiisr 1 lui\o trie i to relieve the terriblo tistrcgii ol intligestiou, ) Know ol uolhin,; {?Ii:?I to fror. Munyon's I'yupeosia rum. nave sufl'erod with this tioun.o for many rears, and during an unusually ever' tit? lark last month a Irlond Rave nie a small lottleof Muuvon's Dytpetaia Cure. llunyou's Stomach nnd Dyspepsia Cur? | ?jutes all forms of in ligestion nil siouiach (roubles, mi.eh as eous Ipntion. rising of food, iliatrcsi alter eating, bloat n . of tho atomach, palpitation ol I he bon...

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. — 23 March 1895

Evil Influences Dangerous to Inno? cent Women. CASE OF CHRISTINE NILSSON The Roulett?1 Table ot tho Casino a Terrible Temptation. A Pitiable Spectacle That ot" the Great Smc.er as She Watched tho Wheel. At n ronletto table in the stilling at biosphere of tho enstuo at Mouto Carlo I saw Christine Kilsson, a pile of gold bet'oro her, her faco pallid and drawn with the excitoiuent of the game, watch? ing as eagerly- as the haggard old v. mil tin ou one side of her or the pain! i young ono on Hie other tho gyrations of tho little ball. You could novor have t>olioved lu v benutifnl to havo Rcen hi r there. You could baldly have boliovod her capable Qt an artistic thought or ox pression. Tho Marguerite of our rocol fect,ioii was become :\ Moonnd, more evil looking than the Moeuud of fable, since hers wore the evil lines of dissi? pation only. These WCfO those of greed nnd hate. There nro no mirrors within ?view of the tables at Mouto Carbi. No ?woman, I should think, would piny there w...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 23 March 1895

T. IM onov WttrkoC Bv Somborn Associated Proas, "Nnv Youtt. March 22.?Money on call rlljf ?t :'I jicr cont: closing in 2 per cent, tciliug exchange l? llriu, with actual bust vss iu bunkers' bills at 4SJia438 for sixty lavs ?ml IS'.iJ for i em .11 1. l'ustol rates, feslaigo. Commercial bills. iUGlnirfl. fcoierninciit bonds closed strong. THE STUCK MAUSET?CLOStXO Ullis. inierlcnu Cotton Oil, 33]: Ainericm Cot? ton Oil, pref, 714j Amerioiin Sugar Itefiu ?rte?, 98]: American sugar Kufluorio?, prof, Vt: American lobacco. U8: AmericanTo baCCC, prof.. iota; At bison, To| oka, aud tJautu fe, 61; lialtimor? und ?bio, 63|: Can? ada Pacific, 87; Chesapeake and Ohio. 17,' vliiciigo and Alton, 1 HI. Ohio igo. Burling ion uud Quincy. 7'il; Chicago Ons trust, ?; Delaware uud Lackuwautia. 161J; Distil ler- uud Cattle feeders, M , Krio, ni: Erie, inf. 171 ;UeneralElectric,Sil;: Illinois.Cou tral,, 80; Lake Erie end Western, 174,; Lako Kri? Mini Western. pror., 72}; Laku Sbon ISfij; Louisville and N...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 23 March 1895

Increasing I nspite of Many Enemies, Including Butchers and the Circus. MEAT PALMED OFF FOR BEEF. Th;re Arc Between 300 and 400 on the American Desert Near the Line ot Southern Arizona. In? teresting Details of these Tawny Animals. JVfJtt. P. Cam'plXill, wno has- boon icr fjomo tlmo at the famous Gunsight mine, near the lino oi southern Arizona, says (the catuols of tho desert nro iucroasihg .?very rapidly, ami that thero oro now be? tween 800 and 400 of them. Tins is stu - jirisiug, he says, considering tlto large number that have beon killed und palm? ed olT for beef in tho past few years and tho inroads made upon the hands by passing showmen. Mr. Campbell gnvo conto interesting details of tin so tawny 'denizens of tho waste places, introduced 00 many year* ngo by Ben Buttorwortb, tmd now grown wild. "These hulking animals," ho said, "roam mainly between thu Clila and (Colorado rivers, in a Btretoh of the low Eagle Tail mountains and tho desert nd poiniiiR. Thcro is very lino bunc...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 24 March 1895

t^rr7!-??7*-?-?????s???-?-,-,???'.?.-? ' ^'-?^?^_''"^^^^~^' ' ' _^_" _ _ VOL, XLV1IIL?NO. m. _ NORFOLK, V A.. SUN DAY, MA H?H L't, Is'.)... "".MUCK :T( ^NTs" Furnished Willi the Specifica? tions. HE WILL MEET THE ISSUE. The Witnesses Cited Are All Mem? bers of the Polire Force. Who Have Reported to the Com? missioners His Derelic? tions. The Viroinian presents below a full text of tue charges preferred by the j'olieu Commissioners against Chief bl 3'olieu P.ebmau. The Chief says, bo ia prepared to answer fully ami com? pletely and expects u perfect vindica? tion, lio is ready to roec: the issue. '1 ho commissioners, oil thu otlier baud, ere couildeut that ihey bavo faets m'bieb justify tho removal of the Chief. The trial w lit tadu place, uo.xt Th?rs day, und so desirous are botb sides tu have all possible light thrown on thut the hours which have barred out tho public, from the exclusive meetings uf the Police Board will bo thrown open | ami all who desire can bear. The etiurges ur...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 24 March 1895

Here a Little and There a Little of | Doings to Interest. MASS MEETING OF LADIES Barge Libeled. Show Window Glase Broken. Jubilee Service at Gran? by Street Church. Delegate to Granu Lodge. British Sub? ject Naturalized. Warmer, fair weathor to day. A Dew Court of Foresters hue been organized in Norfolk. Tho Graud Council Boyol Arca? num, convenes in Stauutou nest Tues? day. Sermon to Red Men by Rev. Mr. Beauchamp, at Trinity M. E. Church to night. JlMr. J, A. Coleinnu, Deputy CierU of the CourtB, returned yesterday from docking. Bishop Randolph will make bis Leu ton visitation to Washington. D. C, next Tuesday. The monthly meeting of the Baptist Sunday School Association will bu held at Scoitsviile to-dav. The religious conference begins at Park Avenue Baptist Church Mou day, and will continue all day Tues? day. The cose of Parker vs. tbo city, docketed for yrstordav, has hetm cou . tiuued till 'jext term of Court of Law aud Chancery. Tue British steamship Qladiolus, "Wright commii...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 24 March 1895

ROSENB?UM'S. m mm m\ s E ? We desire to announce uur Magnificent Display of Pattern Mats and Bonnets, <^0r FRENCH ftND AfflERlCAK DHSIGfiS.T^ ALSO, ALL THE SEASON'S NOVELTIES, t May m Mmin, n sen dl zw. BE THE FIRST jLJITS that has ever the State. mud. ,'RING SUITS FOR 1895. to our efficient force of tr 5 I * J5oy'fl Huita, now Rhades, 83, J? X 12 81.50, S-..?O. our Leader, 86; o ? ? euit worth $10, 4 ? ,gh St., Portsmouth. I Cured Tobacco. New Yo k Work for.-2Uicpr.ee. |!&s around Richmond, lasting chew on earth. E 3 BfiOOLI r SO? Main Street. RICHMOND, V? ^2 Talk, You Know ! WAKTEIt. Ii i N TO SELL BAK1NU rOWBEE TO TUE Jl ero im trade StOidy cmp'oement. uxps ? " ?Iin.. -Mir?. ST? monthly ailaiy n?d ex%enicaa>r eonlailailon. If offer aatlafaetory audio? at ? ? Vlth narticulara cnorn in? ? urteil", rxni-.i? PTATKS hu.Ml? ai. WORKs",J i ?? MtlHI' VfrANT'H? VI '?vi:., V S i M'l II KU M.Sl M nca? lleinte for IS 'i>. ?. 8. COUS*, H Ceiu mtrtlal Place._iuh-i-it' . /TFm.mVS" ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 24 March 1895

.smisaing linn without an of vindicating hiuisolf of riovoiiH aud orituiuul to bity and tho bigh trust ro is keeping. E GREAT CITY. cs Suggested Under Which -tion Could be Accepted. SonroLK, Va., March 2). 1395. ? Viritiii! tti : Uyaelt of your lib.iral ofl'or icu names for a grout city, nt may deem most available ss reasons, I suggest "Maury j name is more inseparably with tiio world's appreoia r harbor tbau tho nnmo of et, struugo to say, the value ,Oie to eonjuro with has been e 1 when points on thut harbor ho named, Please enter "Muu ' on your list. Orri/KS. Dclolila" and ?Port Tris." PoarsMoorH, Va., March 21st. tho Vh ginian: send you two names to soluct the three cities should uutto; Norfolk Por tsmouth^aud lierk py are os follows: i'rio Del Porte Tris. Either of thesu e wr.ter thinks, wtl 1 tbe far i Ureater Norfolk. E. O. Davis, A Portsmouth Muu, t or Norport Suggested. iitotrru, N. U., March 2-\i. '95. e Virglniau. - huH just read in a paper ys obi Tin-: ViituisiAs's or u ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 24 March 1895

Testimony From Sufferers Who Havo Been Cured By Munyon's Remedies. Mr. fT. V. Tool v. of !214G Master sheet, librarian of ?.id Fellows' Hull, HO North Rixtb street. Philftde plus. Ta.. oud a prouu syeui member nT tlio < rJer lor ilio past thirty years, says ''For years I have suf-1 (ere i iorturea from eaturrb '.tt r using ?nnny other ran o des 1 wai induced tu try Mnuyon's Oatarru Cure. In a short ti i o all th? ay mtitoms ot the diroasa disappeared and now 1 am permanently cured." Bon. Wilbert F. Furnhaui, riv outly the ? .it..I-..ii,u? on the 1 robihitiou ticket for Reoretary of stats of Massaebuai tti, suye ''Oau bottle of .Munyon s I yipepsia Cure Titred mo of a very aggravate i iiWO of ?lys. op.-oa mid stomach trau. te. front which 1 l ad suffered tor years. I do uot usually five te .timonia s. hut in 'this ease the emu ?as e <e tod bo thoroughly mi I quickly tbat 2 doeni it my duty tsat other su icrers should know of it." Louis Cuppi 1315 r'.tn- >m street, Fhiladal i...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 24 March 1895

T -*a-^-<a> Every thread Wool Henrietta. Navy. Myrllo, Garnet, Cream, Light Wun, Nile and 1'ink, :;1 inches wide, twouly one pieces only, ami 25 ? n yard. Never by the case al wholi -ale wore these sold so low by 25 per cent. Lute comers will s'-o none of these. In order to distribute them widely we would limit tbe quantity Bold oneb euBtomer, but tbat wo never limit the quantity, no mntter how low the price. Two cases of beautiful Plaids, suitable for ladies; also Children's Dresses, these .'11 inches wide, lOo yard. Look like wool, but ere net. One oa?e Striotly All Wool Dress floods, mixed effects, never at the puce witbin H o knowledge of people now living, 2?o n yard. If any one thinks tbat tbe Dri ss < ii ui a I h partmout here is not i r< pared to Oil tin ir wants they err. This season an increased stock, l'l e lowest price possible, and tbe rosnlt?ouormous dross goods sales, a steady stream ol biiyors, Linings and li tidings, too. Every requisite to trim a dress,...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 24 March 1895

UHU REPORT. ttloitor Harki'i Uv Southern Associated i'rom, ?flaw York, March 23.?Money oa call Sa-.!! per cent. Sterliug'Vvhaii.;o i- tirm. ?with actual busiuiss in bankers' bills at ?37!il4BtJ for Bi\ty nays and ts'.'t for 'ioni in I. Joste.I lutea. :'8-ii.i*l'A'. l oniia iei.il Ii.Iis, i80]a4S71. Government bonds oluaed ttrut. TUR stock harket?h l0s1scu iui?. Americau Colton Od, Stii: Anier'oiu Cot? ton Oil.pt. f. 7fpi?3; tmerictiu Sugar Itofiu enes, 99JHAnicricaii Sugar Itedueriei, pref. i;ij; Amarican Tobacco 03J: Amori?au To bacco, pref.. 1071; Atch'.sou, l'opek? aud taut i I e, :">;. Baltimore and Ohio, AI: (hii aila Faciflo. 37; Chesapeake au 1 Ohio. 171; Chicago und Alton, HO; Ohio i /o. Hurling ton aud y.nn.v. 7.1 ; Chicago Gai l'ruat, VJ|t Delaararo uu I hack innunu. 163; Pistil? le rs and Cattle Kodiere. 14): fcrie, 9: Erio. pref., 17,: CUiki hI Kleutri ?. :t.". Illinois Cou tr.il, 8?: hak. Erle an i Wester.1. 17;: l.ii'-.o jOrh ami Western, pref.. 73; l*woShore. > ...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 24 March 1895

Their Dress Stich as to Make the kAngels Weep. FOUR PIECES AND ALL WHITE Dancing Girls Alone are Permitted to j Wear Colors. Their Accomplish? ment Not of the Ballet Order and to European Ideas is R.itlier Tame. Tho women's" dress in such as mu?t make tlio uugels weep. Like tho men's, it is White and consists of a short, tight jittiuK jacket which reaches just bolow tho at in pits, a pair, or, if common re? port is to bo believed, three pairs, of loose trousers and a potticont, which is presumably intruded to fall from tho jacket to the ankle;:, but which is com? monly separated by au interval from tho upper garment To the dnnoing girls alone are reserved bright colored vestments of silk and satin. Thenn ad yninistrators to the gayoty of the nation bear a rest mblahoe, but at a great dis? tance, to tho geishas of Japan. Their main function is to attend at dinners Odd "tonmnso'' tho guests, whioh tltoy pppear to suceoed in doing, if langliter tuid noise aro evidonoea of boing aransod...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 26 March 1895

VOL. XLYIU1? NO. 106. NORFOLK, VA., TUESDAY, MARCH 20.1890. Mr, Sommers Lines Up His Men in Fine Style. A VERY STRONG BATTERY The Players Are Men of Experience, Who Have Done Excellent Work With Other Teams. A Fine Practice Game Yesterday at the Park. All of tho players of tho Norfolk baseball olub have now arrivod except 31"rr and Pal in er, pitchers, who will report to-day. The lUOU wero otit for practice yesterday, both in tho morn any ami afternoon, uud their work wan Witnessed by about 300 "fans," who wero out early in tho reserved seats to feu how the "new ineu" worked out, 'The boys ull showed up well. uH?oiikIi tome of tbero coed limbering up und fathers wero suiieriug from u touch of "Charley Horse," hut on tho whole they demonstrated tho fact that tliey ore capable of PLAYIKO FAST HALL, cud the verdict of thu cranks is that they look like peuuatit winners. Ih' fourteen meu have thuH far reported Hay Tauley, a catcher, is 2;t years old, is feot 8 inches talk He ilrst played...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 26 March 1895

Here a Little and There a Little of j Doings to Interest. A COLLISION OF SCHOONERS Maj. Irvine Out. Confederate Vete? rans. "Pinafore" Rehearsal. The John S. Barbour Club. Bap? tist and Methodist Minis? ters. A Policy Raid. Cloudy and threuteuiug woather to? day. Joint session of the Councils to night. Mr. Georgo Costello (.Loughliu) is in the citv. The Police Justice had a large docket yesterday. State Secretary Lawless was in the city yesterday. i'oeahoutas Club was reported die orderly Saturday night. The Baptist .Ministers Conference was largely attended yesterday. Rev. G. P. Rutledge is coudnoting a revival at the Disciples' Church. Judge Martin, of the Court of i^aw and Chancery, ib at Ashoville, N. O. A boy will be sent from Norfolk to the State Reformatory iu u few days. There will bo a meeting of the John S. Barbour Club to night to elect of? ficers. Piokett Buchanan Carup, C. V., I meets to nipht at 8 o'clock. Importnut business will bu transacted. Kov. Dr. Luc, of Greoueb...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 26 March 1895

WANTED. IKSIT10N ".i.vDi l-.OK HOTEL HANAUER, J wife for housekobl or, KO inaiii -lr ot. 3ADV OFI'D'K MA ii.ON, I'll" l-TSPIIO j tograph gallery wall >n. LA 1)11 S'EXt HAXUK, I" i Main it feet, , uir.v.li CTKAMROAT ASSISTANT CI.KwK. 2 WAKE ? housemen, store wat biuea, grocery eleik. low 11? M meet, mb2S-ll (DITDATI?N WANTED KV A MllU'i: AU El) |) Ucrtasn womcu eicdlcni cmk s iu i mud ? ? , ?? VOUNU MKS ASSUUOIIDINATKi I.KRKd IN ?) wholesale business offlcaclerk. I0U Main .-ircci. oili j..-ii 'a '.I M s vvTn I i;i>, on ?am smkx DI -SlitlNi: .A sld >line to take orders b) sample, staple sil |er, ea.Ur carriod. We najf expeuies aiiito's' j o> commission sad rimilih ismple On applicattoc. .Addr.--- I.u k llox, 126, York city. \TrASTBU.-tiESTI.K.MAN AND Ull i: DK ?i sire two or three rooni i wuh board, brand, yitbn.voi batb. deferences. Addie;s T. S. .1., Virginian. nili-;-:'.<4 I MAM fnuillar with ?i:ti the lunibtr buslhe* A In all Its brauch?, wants pnidltou; oi wi.ul.l ...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 26 March 1895

EfrriaMSBBD 18j6. ?TJBLISHED EYEBY MOBNINQ EXCEPT MONDAY. Y1RGINIAN UU1LD1M1. MAIN AND COMMERCE BTHEETS. ji. Gl.ESNAN. Owxkiu | Kniet Ol as sccond-ola-s mattor. "tu f. oihcl: Latio nop tue yiuoinian 1? I,A,UQKIA' 1S HXOKSS of *ny other vaue'r publish'd in Ens: m Virginia. Iis oireulati >o in Norfolk und Portsmouth U creator iIikii t?.it of any paper . .!.,> In i or viromate l in tue two e Oes. It i? delivered in the cities of n.irfolk und Portsmouth and suburb! Tor 10 cents a week. oil sub'n riptioaa, postage paid. J? ve Dollars per year; Three Dollara for *i\ mouths. Ono lud'lar hu.I Fifty Cents fur three month*: ami fifty C'iits fur ouo ^AUvorti.pnitnts inserted nt the rata of ""> Cs^'is aS.i v e Fiu-i in -i HI los; on h subse? quent insertion 371 Cksts, or 5> Cents -v? hi > in-' tw> KVKiu otueii hay. Ooutrao tors ate not ?lose 1 to oxcer.l their apa <i or ail'Orii-e other than tlioir legi. mioto lnisiucss, except by paying ospocmlly for the tame. Thk Wk.kkly ...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 26 March 1895

Mil Ml the Chaff of Hearsay Blown From Newsy Facts. OLD DOMINION COUNCIL,?.0. H. Meetings at Central M. E. Cliurch. Missionar/ Meeting. Hotel at Port Norfolk. Lecture on Physiology. Enlarging the County Jail. Unseboll this aftoruoon. I\lr. Charles Ow.ous is critically ill at Iiis home iu Park View. Itev. A. S, Lloyd will pronoh tit St. John's Church to night nt S o'clock. Mr. Win. 1'. Sturtevuut, Sr., ih quite tick at his homo iu South Portsmouth. Lieut. E. W. Oweus is still couliucd t<> his home frotn mi attack of the grippo, Sixteen persons connected themselves *vith Central M. E, Church Sunday tnoruiag. In our Sunday's issuo it road Oeenu Council li, A. would meet. Thin was Bu error, A penes of tueetiugs will bo coin rnonced nt Mouiimoutul M. F. Church Wednesday night. Ernost Page, eon of L. 0. W. Pago, litirt his hand badly while playing Liasoliull Saturday. Crimes' llattery hud a meeting lust night to col!ect tickets, etc., from the late entertainment. P.emotnbor tbu lect...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 26 March 1895

An Accident Brought About This Great Smallpox Preventative. A WOMAN'S CASUAL REMARK, A Woman's Saying Tli.it Because She Had Had Cowpox She Could Not Take Smallpox, Led Dr. Jenner to Make His Remarkable Discovery. When Pr. Jennet, t)K? celebrated pby triciiui, was at Budbury oneo, In- wns surprised one day at bearing a country woman tn.t that Bile would not take ;!<?? smallpox because sho hnd had the oow pox, and upon inquiry ho learned tbnl it was n popular notion iu that district that milkers who hnd been infected with a peculiar eruption, which BOinotitm . occurred oti the udder of the cow, wero completely secure against tlio smallpox. It occurred to Jcnner in 17*0 that it might be possiblu to propagate tho cow pox, and with it tho security from emallpox first from tho cow to the hu man- body and then front one person to another. Many experiments wem tried Buccessfnlly, but there was much oppo? sition to the new practice, und its buo cess seeiucil uncertain till a year bad pas...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 26 March 1895

iiebc?i retort. 3loiiov .Market Bv Southern A6?ucuito I Prea?, ' Unw Vom;. March 35.?Money on oall call at 2*21 per oonti closing hi 2J per cont. ?sterling oxolmu^o very Urin, with actual bustnts*. i:i bankers' bills Kt 4^7us tor aUty days and 18U{aW9 for demnnl. 1'ostoJ rates. iStfitlBiH. Commercial bills, 4881u4i<t Uoiorumeiit bunds closed firm. tub stock M?Kkl I?CliOSIXO Hills. American Cotton Oil, 2 L Aaieriotu cot? ton Dil, pref, 73a74; American Sugar ltuflu arles, 100*: American Sbgar Keflueries, pref, \\: American 'Joba-co. MI: Americau lo Imoeo, pro:.. 104; AtchUoa, Topoka au l Hanta J'o. fij; Baltimore ami Ohio, o.>.. ( ?n adu Pacific. 83|; Chesapeake ?u.l Ohio. 17J; ?Jhioago aud Alton, 140 Obioigo. Uurlin? ton und Quincy, 71: Chicago Qaa Trnat, Ms; Dolawara aiiii |Laokawanua. 162j; Diitil Inn ami t utile Feeders, M Erle. 91: l?rio. -pref.. 171 ;Qoaoral Klee trie, 36) Illinois Cen? tral, HTi; Lake Kr in and Western. 17; Lake fcri .? and Western, prof., 73; Lake Shore,...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 26 March 1895

Best Varieties For Shipping North and For Local Market. CULTURE UNDER TWO CLASSES The Last Thing Usually Considered is the Eating Quality. Thoroughly Rotted Stable Refuse the Best Fertilizer. Points About Varieties and Flavor. Watermelou onltni'o may l>o plocod (under two heads?for local markets ana for northern shipment. Ju at crop for pkipment the principal pnints in variety und culture nro earliness and shipping qualities. The last thing usually con? sidered i* tlio eating quality. For local markets the table quality should ho the iflrst thing considered. Kolb's Qoru has been considered tho only variety fi t shipment, hut it is probably tho poon il Jlor eating of any. Florida Fruit Grow or, authority for the fallowing, consid? ers tho Lour Dixie ns tho host standard ?variety for shipment. Tho original strain tot Dixie as introduced, was u cross be? tween Kolb's Gem and Mountain Sweot ?ud has reverted to Kolb's < torn again, co that It is no better than its parant. Ibo Long ...

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