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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 2 June 1895

WANTKIh 1VANTEP?A few guitar puptl?, tip'O advaiiie >? men) guaranteed. Addre.- u R. C, Virata ?n em .-. _j?2-u? 1IV8TI.KR to tell Pepsin Uuuij must liny $20 II slock. UONBV DKW CUM CO., ritaei B?lhl tiig, New Yofk._ ?_ j*W I HYF?NTEli?A situation by an iulc?lgeot white \Y girt to do all k n*t of house woik-, would like lo Uto on preuilsta. Address ELLA COLLINS, it tltnry ?ircot. J?2 Vt'ASTKD--Tru (worthy business man ?o take j \l (lie manage > eilt 01 a large ?od uioloable bn de*?, ?iipimio* iwsutjr salesmen, in Virginia, I jid re-.- lor u few days, HOWARD, Stcr office. V. aslilHil B, l). C. Je2 ol? \\.' ANTED?Po>iuo i in odi o or at sh'pping *l clerk:expert t.u?ithcr ill" It uilug "a A Uniitu Fienncr Tyiiowrlturs, In iur< of lailioad cx jieiieiie, SyiaVs office wo L n a I Its biamh's. J^ooly CXKKK, P. O. Hoi lid. jc-'-ll \\'ANTi:n- I Tery ml.-red laiuiW buys on sight: *l lal abll inaa or wi nt tu la ? at-l county wanted aalck; "tUi hit ?f Ihe limes" g ea\*at rui<e?....

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. — 2 June 1895

fstab1.isbk0 1806. PUBLISHED EVEBV MOBNlSG EXCEPT MoNDAi. VIRGINIAN BUILDING. MAIN AND COMMEBCK SI'BESTS. M. u i.V.N NAN. Owskiu TUE CIUCUEATIONOK TUE YIBGINIAN I la DAHGEL.Y IS EXCESS of nay other isauer pubiithed iu East ru Virginia. Iis oiroulati"B iu Norrolk aud Portsmouth is greater than that of auy paper published or ?-ivcn'ate.l In the two oitice. it ii delirerrd iu the cities of Norfolk and Portsmouth au.l m'tbnrbi lor iu cents a week. Vad subscriptions, postage paid. FiVf Dollar? per year; Three Dollars lor >i? mouth*. Oao Dollar and Fifty Cents for tbre: months: an i Fifty Otuts tor ouo monti;. Advertisements inserted at the rate 01 < > Oasis a SwtAitFiiM inmbiitioK; em-h ?ub*u queut tnsortiou Cksts, or d ti nts mhkn in'aai tkd r.vkhv othkk 1>av. Contrac? tors trc not uliowol to evcoi.l their spa o or advertise oilier than tbsir legitimate busiuffls, except by paying especially for the same. Thu Wri Ki.v VtnotMAN ash Cahomsias, eight psr;es. Is ?loliveiod. post...

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. — 2 June 1895

PORTSMOUTH NEWS Tales of Facts and Points of New Occurrences. A Mad Dog Killed. He is a Fugitive From Justice. Will Take Three Prisoners to the Penitentiary. The Dog Census. Other Interesting News. Thero were no cour ndia session yesterday. Tbo market was well supplied with fruits, tresli meats, etc., yesterday. Tickets for the Piuofore performance for sale at J. W. S. iiutt'a drug store. A cool wavo will strike us about Jdonday. So tbe Signal Bureau aaya. Sheriff Smith will leave for the poui teutiary to morrow with three prison ^Catcher Childs arrived yesterday cud oaugUt iu the game with tbe Nor folks. , . . Communion will be adniinisterod in tbo Methodist and Episcopal churches to duy. Kt. Her. Bishop Randolph will bold rontirmation services at Trinity Oburob Monday night. A mad dog was killed in Glasgow elroet yesterday, The extreme heat is bud on canines. Green coru made its appearanoe iu luarkot yesterday and were retailing for Cj cents a dozen. Thero is ti regular epidemic o...

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. — 2 June 1895

TIDEWATER ,174 " CHEAPEST STORE!. NORFOLK. We don't advertise all our values. I jack of s"paee prevents. All we can do is to exemplify. The following items are not "Picked." There are many others in the store just as good; some may be better. Dress Goods?Old Stock. Tue best way to prevent stock getting old is to sell it while it'e new, and wbou people waut it, at low prices. Our lino of Dress Goods aro all new and tho prices uro soiling ones. Nineteen pieces Sbephard's Plaid Dress Goods; snlo prireB, 11c yard, Ten pieces one ball wool changeable Cash? mere Cords; sale prioe, 1 l\o. Navy nud Black nil-wool Sorp,e, IlC-inou wide, 33a j ord. All Wool Faueies, latent colors and styles, good viiIiius at bOc; your choice of the stock for 37}o yard. Black Silk Finish Henrietta, l.Vinoh wide, regular T?e quality; sale price, OOo yard. Fiue all wool Black Crepou, 45-inoh wide, 75o yp-rd. FiiiO all wool and Silk mixed Black Crepou, 4S inch wide, SI.00, Scotch Plaids at 12JO, 2"ie, il?o, f>...

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. — 2 June 1895

<^THE>> PURTLEBAUGH NATURAL A1INERAL SPRING WATER! (CARBONATED.) ?E PURTLEBAUGH SPRING WATER is.pnre end refreshing, and so delicately apportioned by Nature in M moral Qualities, as to make |?] it agreeable and wholesale in Health and Curative in Disease. As a Beverage, 3| It la delicio.ua and refreshing, quenching thirst when other waters ?fc fail, aud producing uu dersugeruent of the system. H It Aids Digestion! $?; Being a Tonic Regulator of the Stomach, Bowels and Kidneys. In ?II Jt. Diseases oT the Organp, it eootbea tho disoased parts and stimu J^. latoa them in tho peiformaueo of their funotionB, Jfc As a Bar and Table Water, ^ It takes the highest rank, being entirely free from Organio Matter jjj; and from all the bursh or unpleasant Mineral Properties. It is If- Pore, Clear, Hright and Kparkliug. Delicious to tho Taste, and 3^1 ia a l'crfort Blend fur Wiuen and Liquors of all kinds?do l?r velopiug their boipiot aud counteracting any harmful jt:. results that may fo...

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. — 2 June 1895

NEWPORT wm mm The Commencement Exercises Held Last Thursday. A Very Creditable Showing. Mrs. M. W. Harwood and Her Assistants Gratified by the Results Ob? tained From Their Efforts. A Delightful Programme. , (Special Dispntoh ta the Yirsintan. Tho oommeucemeut oxeroises given ander t?o autpiceB of "The Newport Mows Seminary" Thursday aud Fri day nigbttj at Johusou's Hail wore iu every reaped roost crediiahlo tu Mrs. M. \V. Harwood auil hor assistants. The Newport Nows Seiaiuary wan established two years ago, aud with the mauy i mprovemoiits it bas ruado iu the past year etautis aa u poor to many aitmlar establishuicnte iu larger cities. Mrs. Harwood baa lioou uutiriug iu her efforts tu um'-tu this coinuiouceuiont a success, and tbo porforuuuuces both nights quite surpassed the expectations of her friends und patrons. Tbo pri? mary department tilled the programme for Thursday uigbt, ami last night tbo aeuior department appeared before a large and appreciative audience. The programme ...

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. — 4 June 1895

Seaman Dooley Dies in a Sailor's Boarding House in Baltimore. Me Had Every Symptom of the ?readed "Yellow Jack," Includ <np: the Dreaded Black Vomit. Two Other Patients Were Driven Out in the Streets. By Southern Associated Vrsn. Bai.timokk, .Jnuo :'. ?The World this ?Afternoon prints u sensational etory of ?he nrrivnl of a steamship with yellow lever aboard, und ail apparent luck of ?igileuoo on the pn.it of the Govern? ment and Stnte quarantine oDiciale. '1 ho BritiHh steamship Karnwoll, t.apt. Kogore.frora Colon via Santiago, ?rrivud at city quarantine Saturday. 1'ho story, according to one of tbo eeu tnou on the steamer, is as follows: "John Dooley, a uuutiiuu, was tnkeu a ink wbilo tbo veusol was at Santiago, fie boontne worao mid \mis in his bunk ijitrmg tbo whole ot the voyage. While ? bo vessel wns eotuiug up tbo bay ?Satnrdtiy two other men wore attacked and took to their beds. Lute in the afturnoou Capt, Hogers ordered tbo men to dress an.i go on dick. The quarantine ol...

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. — 4 June 1895

mm mm pilot Evidence in..tbe Case Submitted Yesterday. Yhe Damage Suit for $10,000 En? gaged the Attention of Judge Martin's Court. A Large Number of Witnesses Wero Present. The trial of tho damage suit of Rentny against the Pilot wan commenced in the Court of Law and Cbaucery yesterday. This suit grew out of tbo publication in tho Pilot of a letter from the Rev. W. C. Lindsay, a Presbyte nan preacher at Buy View, Accomao County, seriously relleotiug uuuu the moral character of the wifo of Rev. A. J. Ltsamy, of the Onaucock Baptist Chorch. Tun thousand dollars is asked of the Pilot Publishing Company, Samuel W, Small, the editor, aud Rev. Mr. Lind aey, the oorrespoudent. Judge Oiimer 8. Kendall, of tho Eastern Shore, up pearsd as counsel for tho Pilot. Mr. Small as counsel for himself and Judge Kcely for the plaiutifi', The following weru the jurors: R. 1'. Davis, William Erxleben, A. G. Dan can. 1. S. D. Saul, Sidney Anderson, A. M. Jones, Thomas Old, >V. L>. Sim? mons. W. T....

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. — 4 June 1895

v? A N'I'KI?. '\ffTAKTED?Kmplayiaenl by itn experience ill >f io in i trnn. pirtntioa uiisineii man; willing to w > k wl'i BM r-,!' any pislt e)i wltXj iran.'p ru '>?? a mpa f or nth r liilalueta; g ura t < ?li'i.g 01 >vi of lefcrences. Addre*? C >.. t>l 1 . Mam -treel. .el-tit liKAl. ESTA1Kor other business in u?el of a 5k Worker, who can and wMI .1? ?nj w?rk that taya, will please eld- an INDI'STKIA', isla ?i ?;?? ;. 4-lt HU8TI.ER to nil FepTh.n: niiisi <? ? sleek. IIOXEt DBA U M CO., 1 ?so h'Ila? tus, New York. je'.',4 it' \?TANTEl)?A situation i>r an Intelligent while it (Irl to ilo all k.D'l ol house wo k: would like lo llTe ou pre.utns. Aldroa BI.I.A C0L1.1NH, ii lleur. street, ir'.' "IVANTED Trustworthy business Plan lo tike 11 t lie muaage.i am of a ta>, e slid ptoS able busl uoi-i. c opto-in; irrtntv salranieu, in Virginia, Ad irevs lur .. fen days, UOWaMI), Slsr office, v aahlnil u. Ii < . ' )eJ.:lt* "\\JANTKIi?Krery colored family buys mi ...

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. — 4 June 1895

K9TAlU.lsui:a 1S"0. PUBLISHED EYEBY MOUSING BX.CEPT MONL'Ai. YIBQ1N1AN HUll.DINtS. MAIN AND COMUKUCB BTUEBT3. M. fyEENNAN. OwSBU. _ TUE CIRCULATION OF TUE Y1KUINIAN \ la LAHUKL.Y IS I.XCKSS of nay othi.i raper published iu Ens: tu VlrKtuia. ;is oirculatiou iu Norfolk auil Portsmouth I is greater tbsn that ol any paper published i or iircuiatcl in the two eiiir?. | jt it delivered in the cities of Norfolk and Portsmouth and suburb' for 10 cent* a week. Mail snbstrlpttoos, postage paid. SVitc Dollars per year; Xhreo Dollars lor -is months. Uuo Dollar and fifty Cunts fi>r throe months; oa.l 1 i!ty Cants lor ono BAdvertiscmcBts inserted at derate of 77 Okmi a SquaibFikct ikseiition; each sal se? quent insertion -~>\ Ousts, or 6' < i:nts whv.s isski tki> RVKitt oTuwi i??r. Contrae tors are not allowed to oxcoul their spa o or advertise other than their ISRitiniPtO business, except by paying osyoeially inr the same. Tm: WKKKI.T ViuoiMAN ami UAIlOLtStAN. eight pngOS, is dolivei...

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. — 4 June 1895

Tales of Facts and Points of New Occurrences. The Case of Barnes vs. the Norfolk County Ferry. Captured Tv/o Kegs of Whiskey, and Other Items of Interest to tl\0 People of Portsmouth. Ali the public schools in tho oouuty liave closed. There will be on excursion to Rich? mond on Thursduy. Sonic of the m-bools have commenced to close for the aiumner. The mortality nmong small children Was quite large lust ui until. The City Council will hold their reg? ular monthly meeting to-night. Bishop Randolph confirmed a class et Trinity P, E, Church last uight. Miss Carr will givu tho children of tier school a picnic to Virgiuia ?eaeh lo-day. Mrs. C. H. Colos aud children have gone to Virginia Reach to upend the season. The Monumental Sunday School will (innounoe the time of their picnic next (Sunday, Sheriff Smith left yostorday for 3'iobmoud with three prisoners lor the penitentiary. The County Rosd Hoard was in see fiiou yesterday. Several applications were made for roads, etc. Tho case of M...

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. — 4 June 1895

One Lone Highwayman Accom? plished the Oaring Deed. Sheer Nerve Did It. The Passengers Obeyed His Commands With Alacrity. Very Near tho Scene of a Similar Hold-Up. Did Not Wish to Be Seen. A lono highwayman held up thestago from Ager to Klaraath Falls. Or:, tt few nights since, and two passengers, the driver, the mail pouch and W?lls, Fargo & Co. 's box were robbed under oirooni stanoes that nro almost without parallel lor shoer liervo and bravado. Tho'highwayman stood in Hmbnwh nt the side of tho road and did not once dis olose his person, much less his identity, to his victims. But they literally obeyed his every command, which was deliver? ed in a firm voice. Tho driver and passengers seem to have been imbued with the ncnuruueo that instant death would follow disobo dienoo in any particular. Tha stage left the railroad at Auer at 8 o'clock in tho afternoon, with Ed Wal? ters as driver. About 10 o'clock, as tho team slowed down to pull up tho narrow Topsy grade, six miles loii...

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. — 4 June 1895

Tioiirv Market 1ST Southern Associated Treu?. Vew Youk, Juno 3.?Money on call onsy ?t laU percont . c'oon< nt 1 per t out. Ster tm? exoliauge very llrni.witnaetual business tu bankers' bills at 4K7jn43<{ for sixty days ?uil 4sS,'n'8,J for demand, Pouted rates. <88}a48?l. Commercial bills, 480>1H7J. Cot (viiit out bonds ?|Uict. tub BTCCK mauki.T?closisu BIDS. tniorirau Cotton <'i'. 2S3: American Cot? ton Uli. i ror. American Sugar lletln ?rus. 117?; An Oriean segar Keflneries. prot. 9u0: American Tobacco, lltfi Amorlcan To? tmcco. pref. UM: Atchisou, Topeka and ?illltn Je. 7 j: lialtilUoro ninl Ohio, 821: t'ii:i eida Pacitto. (3: Chesapeake and Ohio. 2*2|; (hiongo und Alton, 160: Chicago, Burling? ton andQuincy. *2; Chicago Our Trust.731: Iielawaro and Lekcnwanua. 18.': Distil* lerp and Catiio Peeilcre. 21 l'.rio. 105 Krie. iref.. 20: Oi nt-nil Electric. 86f: lll'iiiiis Cen? tral, t?; 1 uke Kiie an i Western. 24J; Lake llriy and Weitem, pref.. 831; Lake Shore, litil: L...

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. — 4 June 1895

i?lB 10 SM IE The Great Railway Tunnel Beneath the City of Baltimore. The Only Lino of the Kind in the World. Twenty-five Minutes to'bo Saved at the Enormous Cost of More Than $7,000,000. Elertricily Against Steam 'Spe-olai Correspondence.} Baltimore,May 28.?Think of spend? ing $7,600,000 to save 25 minutes' timo! Does it uot make your head aobe? Peoplowho do not think this is h fast world will smile incredulously at tbie statement, but it is true. This is why what is kuowu as the Baltimore Bolt Line railroad was planned fivo years ago ?so that trains of the Baltimore and Ohio railway con Id go rushing under? neath the heart of tho city on their way between New York and Washington withoutboing ferried across tho Patapsco river. True, tho Belt Lino gives tho rail? road company an opportunity to secure pussongora from stations in different parts of the city, but this wan only n minor consideration. The question of time was tho main issue, and this out? lay of money representing 4){L y...

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. — 5 June 1895

Ill PUBLIC BUM Meeting Held at the Barbour Club Last Night. A Large Meeting Held. Several Strong Speeches Urging *the Importance ot a United States Building in the City of Norfolk. Committee Appointed. A well ntleuded meeting was hold at the John B. Harbour Club House last mi11.-lit, to take such action as might bo thought advisable, lookiug to the eree tiou of a new United .States building Lore. Mr. .1. M. Marshall, the Presi? dent of the Club, presided. Luttum wore rtR'.i from Senators Daniel uud Martin, Hon. U. Gardner Tyler, mem? ber of Congress, Collector Shields and others bearing upon the subject. A statement was rend from thu .Su? pervising Architect of the United {states, who ki:uI that less than 6100,000 was available for the v, oik and that if it building was erected it would bavo to como within tho appropriation.. Col, Henry, presi? dent of tlio Business Men's Aasooiatioo, lion. M. V. Coolie, Cnpi, A, E* Herbert, \V. A. Young, ciiuirmnn of (be City Democratic Kxeontive C...

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. — 5 June 1895

|)ne Thousand Dollars Allowed Mrs. Reamy. f'fcase Argued at Length by Messrs. Necly & Warrington for the Plain K tiff and Messrs. Small and Kendall for Defendants. Overcome by the Heat. I When the Court of Law aud Chan icery convened yesterday moruiug ?udge Marlin instructed the jury iu 'the damage suit of Beamy vs. the Pilot SB follows: (1.) II the jury believe from the evi? dence that the defeudants published the alleged libellous language as charged in the declaration, aud that the same was false, the Court instructs them that malice is inferred from such 'publication, but actuul malico may be Rebutted by positivo proof or by the circumstances of the publication. made with malice. 5$ (2). If the jury shall believe from the evidence that said publication ins made by the defendants with malice, either express or implied, bb ubnvc de fiued, they may, in addition to com? pensatory damageB, assess against the defendants exemplary or ptiuitivo damages, (8). The Court instructs tho ...

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. — 5 June 1895

TIA IVS'ltl*. TfTANTED?A desirable Pony a id Phaeton; \\ | rite tmut be low. Address, sluuug partlcu Aars,.!, r. U. oate Virgin! u. : j?6-ti \\J ANTED - A nie? family to occupy Hampton i? bemal* < o Icte "l'1 Igliltully saunte ii during annulier va a jolt anit Ii mit Itin launl- Dl tbe .President. A in..> will Ui at the kOftiia of Buch a p.irty. Adams* PKEtlDENT, Mump 011 ??Vliiatc ? ulll jo ??-t tU-ANTI'H?Setoral lumwer boarders; first-class M Mcommoalatlobs; titalthy, nouniainous local? ity; count rv nuAtowiicouvcU eteet; lornia reason rb'e. Apply to'Mra. W. ?. UOO?MAH, Awhcrst luurtlotise. Je5-U* VVANTED?Flrri-clSSS OlStmaktrrit oaco tu so ? to NawportNow*. NICUOLS& WALLACE, IG? Main t e t, jV5-3t T\*ANTEU?Trustworthy business mau to take M the m?nageoieul <>i alar&e ihd pr?ll aide liusi c.uploviu,; twenty salesmen, in Virginia, Adln?? ror a reu- days, now a III), Star ortic?-. V.'asliiiigii u, o. c, Je2-at" \\ anTE.f? Every odored family buys on"?.tfh7: M lel...

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. — 5 June 1895

KSTAM-lSUUll l?KO? Published eveby mokninq except EE. AiUNUA\. VIBOIM&N BC1LDIN?. k MAIN amd c'OMilUUCK Sl BEETd. H, qlennan. Ow.nkii. K xHEOlKCliLATlO.NOK 1'liE YllUil.NlAN Iis LABOE LA' IS EXCESS ?f aa/ other ^'tiapor published in East rn Virginia ? its circulation iii NorTolW ami I'orteniouCi ?$ls greater than that of any paper published - br'eircit'Ste.l in the two cities. ; it is delivered in the cities of Norfolk and Portsmouth aud *ub:;rV? Tor IU coiit- ? [A?cck. Mail subscriptions, postago paid. riFive Dollars per year; Three Hollars tot -ix ' months. One Dollar nud Fifty Cents for Kvebreo months: an i lifty Octits for ono bttnouth. ; Bj Advertisements inserted at the rale of i> ?' Cbmj a (M'ai-bFi um isskutios: ouch subse Rqiient insertion ?7? Cknts. or 5 ? t i.mi . JVHKM rSKKI tk1i F.VKIIY ti'l lll.lt liAY. tlOlltrAC 1tors are not allowed to exceed their spa o gor advertise other than their legi'inietn .^business, except by paying especially lor i>' the same. &am...

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. — 5 June 1895

PORTSMOUTH NEWS A Summary oi the News of a Day in Brief. "The Body of tho Colored Boy Recov? ered. Assaulted His Rival. Died From the Effects of His Wounds. Horses Die From the Effects of Heat. Tho Juue term of tho Hustings Court Will begin to morrow. Yesterday uns kuuwa as pension duy et the clerk's ollioe. Thu Kfliughaui Street Sunday Sohool Xf 'M picuio ut Newport Nows. iu uuothcr column Messrs. Lovy & ifacohs give advice how to keep oool. A uugro man was committed to jail yesterday by Justice Iluyues for con? tempt of court. The only business iu tho Mayor's Court yesterday wub ouo drunk who ?uiid tho usual hue. Heurietla Garry aud Dard Scott <were both fiucd by .lustieo Uoyuus yesterday for disorderly couiluct. Tho excursion to Richmond to-mor fow will no doubt bo largely patron? ized. Tho price is very reasonable. A tine truck horso of Mr. Irwin ?lied yesterday from tho hunt. A horse Delougiug to tho street railroad died also. I his in tho day that Uicks says tho iiut sp...

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. — 5 June 1895

Attractive Costumes for the Favor? ed Few Ones. Parasols of Sweetness and Light. Summer Outing Hats. Short Box Co.Is. Some Artistic Tea Gowns. Olive Har*per's Weekly. [Special Corrcqiondene*^ New York, May 38.?Every season the modistes present somo of tho most attractive costumes and capos, oalliug thorn coaching garments. They uro worn by the favored few, but they aro after? ward presented as elegant toilets for carriage, tho races and visiting, so whether they aro to bo worn for ono purpose or tho other mutters little?tho garments themselves aro handsome fok coachixo oh thk hacks. onongh to talk about. In the first plnce, the parasol for coaching or tor carriage ia of a lighter und uioro ethereal build than any other. On that is placed all the whipped cream and sillabub of light? ness and sweetness. The Qlmy chiffon, the transparent silk mull and a dozen other, dolicato fabrics sire gathered, puffed and ruffled on them, und ribbon is rolfled up into little rosettes und stack about...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
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