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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 16 May 1895

THE POPULAR CIGARI 35 1 m MILD AND PURE ALLEN & UlNTEK -or a n T^ANTKB -?VM..i bnardcra for suuimet "1 m u Qrsl-clas* ;i.i datiens: licaiiujr bocs y, cotuitrv and town advantages, Kor parti? culars, address' "\V.,' ?nylo-tt' Anthers! C. II.. Va \V AN I KI>?To rone-pun*: with nun in Virginia ST lowua of |,00U ami Howard*, ?i:li nrw ofhav |>C than tak< orders lorsulc and trousuri from ??iii|I<k lurnlabcd by tin- Uuarantes Tillering 4 ami any. Address, 'iji p i.nalllicatloas and "ornalrould piobably be eoi a with ii?>t n,t. >?. 7der at f :i S 41, 14, i '? and S ; ami Miitin;- >i it "?. Ill Sl>. SS* and 12 same line a* in out ltn-1 snoiid atid Nurioll siori ?. a* I: i-11 it Intention t-.. all par. eon. -11 > u|ion i.iv"i ,iii- i pi Ii mit-, eon* bat INaroii lib nninpoii lit persons ntel write. Aldus? I. MACK8 i.o-er* stem ra.o .if i iuru iint.-e 'ui luring ('. in pun , I! i&...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 16 May 1895

i:sTAlU.I>IU-h IS 6. PUBLISHED i.Yl UV MOUSING EXCEPT MONDAY. YIKGISiaN Ut'J DING. MAIN AM> ' OMMUUUKSrUBBTa. M- ?l.KNNAN. G.VM-?._ . THKUlUCt l.AllO.NOE Uli. VUUilNIAN I U LAKU K.I.Y in EAUKsS . : nn\ other . MMt published in East i n Virgin i. , li.soirculs.li n .Nor; I- nul I'ortsmouth S is v.Ti ater titan tli.it "f Ktiy paper p bushed or", .ton at'- i tu tli- two i' ii< -. \ ;t s dt-liTori ii in <!" cilies Ol N rf Ik ind I portnmoir.il and ? .ili.rti. :or 10 cent- ? ' weck. eil s l' riptions. postage paid. K v Dollar* per ycari three Hollars foi -?x moulbs. One Dollar sud Fifty Cents for tlr.e- months; au 1 1 i ty Cents :oi oue mAiiverti?enients iu-erti-i tit the rate of T'i OtMi.t ^t* i t .i i in- ti'iioN eai-h subse? quent insertion 7 i'iais or 5i ? k.nt* G whin iN-i ikii iMnv . iiiiniMV. Contrac? tors are not ..lo-.vei to exee -i t eir spa ? or niherliio othet tlisn their legr uneto business, except by paying especially lor the saut...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 16 May 1895

NARRATIVES _ I Tales of Facts and Points of New Occurrences. Workmen Discharged From the Yard. Work on the Port Norfolk Electric Railroad. The Lilliputian Wed? ding. Successful Religious Meutings. Personals. There won n alight skim of ioo yoster day in the oouuty, Air. Wm. White will move tu his now ?tore some lituo next iri'cli, Ool, P.. L. Pelts, of Boy kin*. V*e? U In thooity, visiting Mr. W, J. Rogers. Tho Portsmouth team loft last night for Lynehburg to play thruo games there. Head the advertisement of W. N. White in auothor coluruu and call as directed, The Lilliputian Wedding next Toos day night is expected to bo quite u novel affair, Tho new ordinance in reforeueo to market cart;?, etc., will go into client to day. Officer Shannon killed a mad dog on Dinwiddie street yesterday. The aui trial was very rabid. Work on tho 1'ort Norfolk P.leotric Railroad is progressing very uiculy. It Mill soon bo completed. Rend the advertisement of C. R. Wel ton & Co., in which th...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 16 May 1895

Aged Peter Bausher. of the Blue Mountains, the Magician. He CI-.;"T? That for One Hundred and F.fty Years His Family Has Known tue Pray ers tor Various Cures. A Special Prayer for Each Affliction. Aged Peter Bausher lives in n rongn j hewn log hut at tho baso of the 131uo mountains in northern Berks county. Pa. He is a famous powwow men. and his services have been fri-oly given for tho last 5i> years. Added to hin excel? lent neighborly qualities is the fact that hois a stDocro Christian. And yet ho practices magic- healing. The mountain* eers say ho has performed wonderful euros, and for this reason hi* services "fern in great demand. But he in too old now to venture for from homo. In his own way ho told this story of his lifo: "My father could powwow. So could his father. For 150 yonrs tho Bnushors of my family knew the prnyors for vari? ous cures. Powwow healing is by faith and prayers. Wo do it nil in th? Herman language. For each affliction there is n special prayer....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 16 May 1895

COMMERCIAL REPORT. Money Market 15y Southern Associate.! Prase. Haw ?onit. May 1.".?Money on call easy *t lall per cent . c'osiur at 1 per cent. Sterling exchange ia stoaii .withaotual busi? ness in bankers' bills at ISOatSO} to: sixty nays and 487n487} for demand. Posted Hates. 4841a48P. ComniTcial bills, 185*18 t'OTtrimeiit LooiIb, ??'.?:? ly. THE BT04 K II A RK i T-loslSo BIDS. American Cotton Oil. 29; American Cot? ton Oil. i ro!'. i6: American Sugar Hefln erteil 1181; An oricao sugar I'ettueriea.pref. 89}; American Tobacco, 108]; American To fcacco, prof. Ill; Atchison, Topeka and ??antu re, 7|: Baltimore and Ohio, 6?i|; Can? ada Pacific, 631; Chesapeake aa l Ohio. 21|: Cbloagoaud Alton, ISO; Obioago. Burling? ton and Quiney. 774; ChicacoQaaTrnst. V.it: Delaware and Lacknwanna. 161;: Distil tarti ami t attle Feeders. 22j; Kris), 12}; Erie arsf., 28; Qeusral Klectrie, 34: Illinois Cen? tral, 96J; Lake Erie an t Western. 'JO*: Lake J:rie and Western, xiref.. 77|; '.?kc Shore, ?16...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 16 May 1895

Wyoming's State School Superin? tendent Talks. Women's Influence on the Drama. For t o Summer Girl. A Remedy Against Flies. New Wall Pa? per. A Red Letter Day. The Latest. Achat with a roal, for sure political woman of tho vest is all the more inter? esting in view of oxtro/Ttigaui assertions regarding fair suffragists of Wyoming and Colorado?the two states whore wo 'wen have full franchise.?that intermit? tently appear in eastern newspapers. The woman first hi uorod with the office of state superintendent of public instruc? tion, Miss Estelle Heel of Wyoming, is in Chicago. She talked enthusiastically of various phases of suffrage to a report? er at tho Auditorium yesterday after? noon i Miss Reel, who, by tho way, is a daughter of Illinois, is a young und at? tractive looking woman. Naturally she Iis proud of the uniquo honor conferred MIFft ESTELLE REEL. 'upon her by tho pioneer suffrage slate last autumn. Si>cn after, however, Colo? rado followed the example of Wyomin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 17 May 1895

Gov. Bob Taylor at the Academy of Music. His Lecture a Wonderful Production. The Greatest Success Upon the Lecture Platform To-Day. Pootr/ nod Music Most Happily Blended. During the past wiutei tbo people of JKorfulk have hoard upon tho Icoluro platturm sotno oi the first Dieu in tins country -ineu who havo runde their ti.ut k us writers, lawyers, preachers, teaoherB aud politicians; men whoso depth of tiiougbt, origiualily of com? position, breadth of conception aud Qhility to express ideas in choice words bave heuu recognized t>y cultured as? semblies of tbo outiro country. There Soro, any lecturer who nppears before an audience in this city speaks to a people well able to judge of his merits. Tub Vikoinian uttors only words of aimplo truth when it says thut more delighted people never lillud tho Opera )ioimo upon nuy occasion thuu those who for an hour and n half last night alternately laugbed aud cried on ac? count of the superb wit ami touching pathos of Gov, Taylor,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 17 May 1895

nil The "Magicians" Hciptho "Clams" to Swell Their Percentage. "Little" Eddie Herr the Hero of tiie Occasion. With Corcoran a Close Second. A Sm.ili Crowd to See It Well Done. "Do It Again." X\ lirrc <!)??> I'luv Ki-iluy. j'.c- i: ? &t v or!o k. l'oi ;?uiou ii at I \n libnrg. Hi. btnonil at i et n sLu g A very sbni crowd was iu attendance League Furl, vest rduv atturtiuou to ?t>e the home club do the hoys irmu Roauoke.and o great many persona may Perbaus boa little skeptical as to how H was done, and for their benefit Tub Vihoinian will say that ttie game was won by the Norlolks by good stick ?nurkutnl clever base running in con? junction with the steady pitching of Herr, who not only did bis part well as a Bret-clan twirlcr, but let! his team at the bat. All of the boys played u much better game than usual, and it is hoped that they have at lust com-' to the cunclu Hum that the Norfolk public demand a good club, one that win make a respe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 17 May 1895

A WOMAN'S BURDENS ?ro lichten si when sho turns to the right medicine. Tho chrouto weaknesses, doli >cat(> derangements, <ind painful disorders that niflict her sox, uro cured by Dr. rierce'S PavoriU) Prescription. In benr liijt-down wnsation-5, i>erio<lical pains, ul teration. Uiflanunntlon, and every kindred ailment it's u positiv? remedy. AfadifouviUr. HopMns Co., Kit. I) n. lt. V. Pikiice, Ilullalo, N. Y.: IXar Bit?Pleaseaccept my thauka for tho nood your modlelnes have done for me. I truly bel'.ove the " Favorite Prescription'' saved ? my life; II isnsurcand certain euro. I u,ui having perfect henltb; 1 am vtout and onu do nil my housework. Every Invalid lady Should Ukc Dr. Pieree's lavoriip Miss Fcoate. Prescription aud Colcten Medical Discovery. fours, ROSSZIB FUG ATE. %:.M.CURE ?ML MONEY RKTrtt'lXPmii. WANTBlh Vor c\N CI.I-.ai: l<i Siou WEKLKY_ ? it'min your 8 al?agaucy; <lo not ioj can livesl .CUto...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 17 May 1895

KV :-ti>. ist am isbi i? 18 5. PUBLISHED EYEBi MOKNINQ EXCEPT MONDAY. VIRGINIAN tiUll.DINCi. MAIN AND ( OilllEK?K STHBETS. M. GLKNNAN. Own tu. Tili. oV?Oi la 1 ION OF lTlb VMUINIAN ii LABOE la is" EXOESS ol hu- other vsper pub ish< .1 in Bast i u Virzin..... Ii* oircnlati ii in Norfolk and i'ort.nuout!i is creator tbau ihal ? f any paper published or oireuiate i in lbs two unit ?? it ii delivered in thi citio? iff Norfolk and ?Ort? month aud sub r - lor IU oeut? a wuek. >'nil ?ubi riptions, postage paid. Fi?. Dollar? per year; l'bree Dollars toi mx mouths. Du* Dollar ami Fifty Cents for thro* months; an t P?ty Cent- ror ouo moti AdvertWemeata inserted at the rate of . ? C l y *i a a S i? sFins r iSsKttTiON: eafih subso tjuent insertion ?" Ckxts, or oil > usts wsiv.x ?'si tvo kvukv of aaa i*av. tJontrao? tors are not allowed to exceed t eir spa o or a<! erlite other than their legitimste pnthirsi, i\eipt by paying especially ror ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 17 May 1895

mi id roi1 Select Siftinps From the Reporter's Notebook. Will Give Her School a Picnic. The New Colored Church Completed. Cut With a Knife. Think They Have a Clue. Conference on the Hospital. The Teies will couie out tho drydook to day. Com has begun to turn yellow iu the fields, caused by tho cool spell. Uead the advertiseuieut of tue Lili fiuiiau WeddiuK iu another eoluwu. The belt line on tho street railroad trill ho started as soon aa the weather tutu;, warmer. alias Johuson will Rive her bouooI a picnic at the old Carter furui on Scott's i'roek ou Saturday. Grimes' Battery went over t.> Nor folk last night lo attend au entertain ?ucut given by the Blues. Mr. Leach, u pitcher lor the Ports mouth team, will urn jure the yuiue this ?(lereoou for the police. The oouuty authorities are at work on the robbery at Wyott's store. They liave*aeluu to the parties, 1 lie (Jusbiug arrived ut the yard yes lerduy. i-ho will go Bomb by the in side roulu as an experiment, . Tbe membe...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 17 May 1895

Greatest Scheme Ever Invented to Help the Poor. Interesting Account ,of Its Inception and Thorough Trial in Detroit. Relieves Without Degrading and Saves Taxpayers Much Money. Tito "Pinp-eo .potato patch" hase?nte to stay: ? The "people of Brooklyn are getting ready to have soveral "Pingree potato patches" right away. In :t your or two every big city that has an army of poor and hungry pooplo will have ?'Pingree potato patches." For pure benoficouoo and downright practical results tho scheme which May? or Hazcn S. Plngroo of Detroit intro? duced ?bont a year ago Sporns to bo in*! farreachlug, and its results, ifc in dioationa arc worth anything, will bo to introduce an entirely now method of as? sisting tho unemployed who are willing to work. No scheme or plan ever origi? nated by a man of Michigan aohicved such a success iu its fu st year, and today tho name "Pingree potato ptttoh" is known from ocean to ocean in America and even in Borau of tho effeto muuict palitics of Europe. Th...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 17 May 1895

COMMERCIU REPORT. floury .unmet Bv Southern Atsooiatad Vre**. Vtm Your, Way 10.?Mouey on call e?s7 at lall per cent . o'oaiug at II per cent. Sterling oxnhauge is ea icr ?ith actual bus! res- in baulk-era' lulls ?t 48Gial80| (or sixtv 8nvs nu.1 ISTJulS.".'. for demand. Posted rates. 484 U481*. ? omni rcial bills, 48;>;al30. (SoTitnii eat bou<le, tirid. tiiksiim K maiiki t?. i.osinm lltlX. 5mei lean Cot tan Oil, :t0: American Cot? ton Oil. i ref, iC: Ainerioan Sugar Itofln srns. 117;; An oii.au si;gnr Itefliieriee.pref. f'-';: American Tobacco, III/}: Amoricau To? bacco, prof. 110; Atuhisou, Topoka au 1 Hanta I'o, Hi: Baltimore and Ohio, 01 ; Can? ada l'acillo. ?31: Chesapeake and Ohio. 22): Chioago and Alton, 150; Ouioago. Ilurling touand Quinoy. 7HJ; ChicagoQaaTrust. 7 1, lolaware and Lackawanna. 1C:;: Oistil itra and Cattle Feeders. 23| F.rie. 13}: Krie. ir.f . 29):Oeuoral Kloo trio,:ullbmua Cen? tral, 051; Lake Krio an i Weatoru, 21{j l.afco Erie an,i Wester...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 17 May 1895

An Invention That Appeals to Riehl and Poor Alike, I Every One His Own Iceman. Carbon Dioxide in Pipes to Supplant Cakes of Congealed Water. Cool Air for t> ck Rooms. All by Turning a Tap. ?'Every man his own icoman" iB the watchword of the future. A company has been formed to send coolness around in pipes), so that n man C?n turn a tap in his own honso und producea temperature 'of 100 derives be? low zero as easy as wink. Thisschi mo Bimply is the well known pliiu of icemaking by the liqnefnotion nnd subsequent re-evaporation of gases, except that the gns is carbon dioxide in? stead of ammonia, and that It convoy? ed around town in pipes in liquid form and applied to anything that is to be cooled or frozen. The raw materials used tiro soft coal and limestone. The products are carbon dioxide, commer? cial lime, carbonate of ammonia and ooal tar. It is by producing the last three together with the dioxide that tito di? oxide itself is made cheap enough for general use. The...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 18 May 1895

VOL.XLVIIII?NO. 153._,_NORFOLK, VA SATI UPAY, MAY 18, 1895. PRICE 2 CENTO^^ Dr. Booth's Gavel Made of Woods From Jerusalem. Important Committeos Announced. V'cports of Special Committees Re? ceived end Adopted. Ex-Gov? ernor Beaver is Mado Vice-Moderator. Bv Soutlioru Associate.! Press. yiTTSBURO, Pa., May 17.?Iu prepa? ration for to da_v'? soBBiou o( toe Pres? byterian (iouerul Assembly, tlio Mod? erator's council coutmuod in session at the Moiionguhela Bouse until long after midnight. Ex-tiovernor Beaver was se'ectod as Vice Modorutor, tlio lust man in tue church who would open Iiis heart to a 3t tier 9.1. lu nil commit toes the liberals ?rill bo represented, but tbeir repre? sentation will bo a nuuority so smull (bat their lutlncnce will not be felt be? yond the committoo room. Dr. Mutch snore, the retiring Moo orator, becomes chairman of the committee on bills and Overtures. By ctmtom Dr. Page, oue of tbo un? successful uaudidatcs for moderator, becomes chuirmau of tbo Judicial ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 18 May 1895

Serious Loss in Norfolk and Prin? cess Anne Counties, The Virginian's Information From Re? liable Planters is Not of an En? couraging Character. The Most Serious Spell ot Weather liver Known. The track farmers of this sootion have infiered seriously on uocouut ol the cold weather. Reports leoeivcil by Thk VlBOIKIAN last ui?bt from the plantations of Nor Hoik and Princess Anne eon sties imli cate tbr.t f he greatest loss will be to the potato, cabbage und pea oropa. Fortunately the bulk of ttiu berries have been pul on the market. Mr. Hubcoek. of Princess Anne, says that the fruit' iu this section wus Seriously injured, also vegetables. Lie dots not 1? el jBstifiud in estimating the loss iu dollnis ui.il ueuts; as a mutter ol fact is uot prepared to suy that tbeie will bo any aiouev loss owing 10 uu uu vauce in prices, which will result from the great reduction iu tho bulk of pro? duction. Mr. Cox,of the Western Branch Dia trot, tayH that there is damage to all vegetaliies, but to wh...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 18 May 1895

WA irr Kit. \ITANTED?To rent two unfnrn'shed room? for m seulleuian and wife. Addic*. stating lowest terms, .X. V. '/,., care Virginian. inyis-it* VOU CAN CLEAR TO ?lau we&lky_ t Oldaln joui Sat> sgeucy; do nui auswar un It*, you ran lave.M loflfu, p*y.ihle only on re e>ip'. ol" k"d-: something o,>?. no experience ?ereMnry Wc rend full paillculari Willi highest r, >??? ., . Adrfresa MANUFACTURER, I?. 0. Vox i 154, N..u Vi Vi i ity. myi n.?e Jw \l)ANTED? Hniln?*? man to travel. Address, ?V will reference*. McUREGOR. li?0 ? laitou Hu Id u.. ' hicu^o. i I. myl7-lt? A|iply at residence of U , Qheat. myi;-:;i VIT ANTED Kcveral boarder* for -nuniri 'i aaohtss; Orsl-chiat aceO ?imedatlous: healthy tocallty, country and lown advantages, For parti? culars* address "VI . ?jiyn;-ti? Amiierit C H..V?. \\-ami;i)-mi:s wild will woTtK f?r M 67d.cQ month salary or largo vonuuhsion, geltinc good- bysnnipli iu dealers; experience un? necessary, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 18 May 1895

rsTABUsnBD is '5. PUBLISHED BVEBx" ,.MOKNlNO BXGBPT MONDAY. Y1B01NIAN DUll.DlSr,. MAIN AND COMMERCE BTUBBT3. II. Ql.ENNAN. Owned. THE OIBOULATION OF TUB V1IIQ1NIAN is LARORbY IN KXORSS ol so., oth. i i a; ,-r pnbuslii d in Baal i n Virginia. Iis circulate u in Norfol. ..>. i I'ortasuoutb. is creator llmu that >d aoj papoi |i iblisbed or > ircuiatari iu Hi* two c lii it -s delivered ut tbf cities ol Nurf"lk und Portsmouth and suburb lor 10 eout- ? week. ail sr.li riptious, postage paid. Fiv.-Dollar* per year: I'hrou Dollars lo ix mouths. One Dollar und Fifty Cents lor tliroi- mouths; an 1 Fifty Cent- fot oue mout i. AmertbenirutK inserted ut tho rutu of i> Cti vi r a S ,ni k Ftnsi in - i 1.11 in; each subso ? pieut insertiou ?>?'? CttNTS, or i i whin inkk>tki) rvir.ii ? iiir.n i?ay. tJoutrae torn an- not nliono 1 to exce d their apa o or mi ertlso other than tbeir legitimste busiuts*. except by paying especially loi th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 18 May 1895

iimtiTSBianoiD But of an Interesting and Newsy Character, <ill Form a L. A. W. Club. An Out? ing for the Children. Transferred to the Norfolk County Court. Colored Women Fight Over Strawberries. Mr. Geo. W. Moouey has opened a bioyole store in Portsmouth. Houry I'ool wan earned to Wood? land, N. C.| yestorday, whore ho as? sail Hod Mrs. 8ykos. Road the advertisement of Levy & Jacob?, in which thoy aunonuoo sweep? ing reduotiou in clothing. Iitail the advertisement u( .lohn L. AVotaou, in which ho offers tuts fur sale choop. Hoc udverliseuieut. Miaa Mattio Coombea, of Chester, i'n,, is on a two weeks' visit to the family of Mr. Wm, G. Fraley. A number of tho trees are loosing (heir fnilege, caused by tho continued cold spoil. The Magnolia trees look tiko thoy had been scalded, Miaa tfounio Etheredge, one of the teachers in tho Second District School, ^ ill giva her scholars on outiug at tha old Carter place at Pinnor'a Point to? day. 8am Jobor, a colored evange...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 18 May 1895

POTATO DISEASES. Tho Potato Itligbt or Downy Mildew, tho Macrosporium Dtspate aud Potato Scab. Among the many fungous diseases af? fecting Irish potatoes throe are especial* ly considered in a farmers' bulletin is? sued from the United States department of agriculture. Tho potato blight attacks the leaves, stems nnd tubers. Gonernlly the first noticeable effect upon the loaves is tho appearance of brown ureas, which soon become soft and foul smelling. Ko trodden is this disease that a field may appear green ono day aud -within tho IF.AF AFFECTED WITH BLIGHT, next day or two become blackened as though swept by fire. Tlie spread of tho disease is dependent- in largo measure upon certain conditions of moisture and heat. A daily mean or normal tempera? ture of from 7" degrees to 74 degrees P. for any considerable time, accompanied by moist weather, funr *t conditions for tho spread < The potato blight fungus nra to any serious extent in sec1, hero the mean or normal daily tem...

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