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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 8 June 1895

Blood Poverty. Pale and palid faces show a lack of proper richness of the bloo<i. A tonic relief is afforded by Dr. Dearie's Dyspepsia Pills, ?hey cure dyspepsia, indigestion, and sick feaadachc. Wc will seud you tree sample. uk. j. a. DRANK CO., Kingston, NewV.uk. wau'ekii. W ANTF11 -Boa .1. supper, carls- break last and <l lodtdties al NMrciu a lira fa. Va. Wiita*. ?ti lodgine* al Viir.ii a lira h. Va, Willi?, 5ine and aefoniiiiodattaui lo I, Ii. MVR us lala -Ire-i. N irlolk, Va. jeS-IO 11TANTED?Several summer boarders; irsl-clasn "V accommodations; beallby, uiouululuoiii local v.;v; coillll iv mii i ti'wn conven c a e-' tei nia rt-..?-'ii Ju'e. Apply to Mrs. W. H. liOOD.MAN. A nahem loitrlboiisa. jci 4t* lll'BTl.r.K !?? si ll Pepsin Gnm; must bur IM Jl slock, HONEY DEW OEM CO., Time. Balld lug, New Vork. < ?.? \rTAKTED?Eniplfiyiucni by au ex|ierleiiced al M loan.) 11 an p?tutlou imslueis uiuti; willing >i k: will a i ep* any poall e I With liran*|urtn ? ioi. c inpa j ...

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. — 8 June 1895

-? 1 -.TA Iii 1 - HI l> 1836. PUBLISHED BVEBX MOIINIXQ EXCErT MONDAY. MB ilNUN MJILD1NQ. MAIS AND COMMKUCE STUEET& M. GLENNAN. Owner. THE 01R0UL ATI ON OK TUB VIHUINIAN it LA KU ELY IS kxckss nf any othui paper published iu Em: ru Virgliim. 1(8 oirculatiou in Norfolk ami rortsmouth i? Rreater tiiau thai of any paper published or i .roina'.oil in the two oitiea. it -8 delivered iu the cities of Norfolk anil porttir.outh aud nib.Tu- lor id cents a week. vail sub ? riptious. i ? -t .je paid. F.v- Dollars per ye.ir. Three Hol lure tor >ix months. One Dollar iiud Fifty Cents for thre: mouths; au.I Hftj Oeuti lor ono mont). Ad\ortifomcnu imorted at tlio rato of ra Okm8 A M.VAt r.flKM is?i.r.!l-M each ouiiso quent insertion :.7j ClOTs, or y i 1 i^p WIll S.iSsM TKI? KVKHT Ol ?Uli l?AV. Contrac? tors sre not allowed lo o\co-d their epa o or adertise other tl.Hii their leginmi'to bindut8*. except by paying especially lor thi' none. 'la Wl.lKlY VlltolMAN SM' UaHOLIXIAX, eight piiRes,...

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. — 8 June 1895

A Gathering of LocM Events Sum? marized. 4 Prisoner Trios to Escape. The Street Railroad. Will Withdraw From the Association. Arrest? ed on the Cargo of Steal? ing a Watch. Thero was no docket iu the Mayors' Court yeaterdayi There will bo soveral pionica aud excursions next week. No bubicess was transacted iu tho Hustings Court yesterday. Tbe members of tho Connoil from tbe Fifth Word qualified yosterdsy. Rot. Mr. Webb is .?tili conducting Iiis meeting at tbe Elboghuui Sireot -M. 3:. Church. Commencing en Monday the hneo tiall games will be ended at 5 p. m. instead of 4.30. All tho officers ef tho Portsmouth Cottou Manufacturing Company were ro elected Thursday night. Mr. Henry Kirn says that tbe potato crop will not be more thau a half yield, "i on raiu has done them considerable damage. '1 no old rates of fare will be estab? lished on (tin Soaboard Air-Line Mon? day, the boycott having been satisfac? torily adjusted. Mr. Waller Virnelson, tbe ofiloial ?corer of the Portsmouth base...

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. — 8 June 1895

Ft Told of Tom King, of Oklahoma. H&'< 1 ~' Her Horse in a Game of Poker. i>st, But Subsequently Stele Him Again. A Cold Day on a Rail? road. Intemperate Young V} Men Boycotted. r child in Oklahoma has heard of King, the fomalo horto thief. Her bat disappearance, ocmp.lcd with the that she has given up her outlaw i and gone oast, \xp? canted score? of "i*o bo told about hor. Hero is one icm: a barroom at Gad do in the Indian itory hist spring a rctigh gang had gathering all the evening. The i people were timid, and thcysilent faUowod the loud mouthed strangers, the red dnst on their faces and big in their bolts, to have the right [? 'Lob's make it a jock pot," roared a pVroti faced man, with a terrific scar i his face and an evil eye in his jjv'r? with yon," quietly acqniosoed n ivy set fellow, who woro'a new 10m 1 and never let his eyes stray from 1j? door, while n4 every sadden shift of e orowdhis hands instinctively sought B piatoL "Are jron in, pawl?" asked a third lay...

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. — 8 June 1895

COKlMERClilL REPORT. ?IOMoy .tlurkft Bt Southern Associated Presa. 5 fiKW York. June 7 ?Money on call o ..sv at la2l percent .i loMin; at II prr <ont. Ster tins exehuutie is linn, with actual busiucBi in bankers' hills at 4H>;?43?* for sixty days end 4801a 1891 for demand, l'ostod rate*. ?Bfi^io. Commercial hills, 487iH?s8, Oov ttuuemt honiis liriu, the stock 11auket?ot.osino dum. > American Cotton Oil. '.27}: American Cot? ton Oil. i rot", T.T: American Bugnr Iteflu ? rus, 1181; An ericsn s ugar itettuerlts. prcf. >iil)J: Auier c.iu Tobacco. 113}: American To? tiaeeo. pref. 118; AtihUon, Topeka and Vautn to. 5J: Baltimore and Ohio, 03; Cau eda Pacific ^U: Chesapeake nnd Ohio. 22): ebiengo und Alton, 160: Chicago. I'.urlinK *.on audOuincy. Ml: ChicagoOm.Truat.78i: !?? luwaro mill Laoknirnntia. iCU; Distil Ur? and i attle i coders. lWj Erie.10f: Krie. ercf.. 28; Qeueral Bleclric.30: Illinois C'oti trnl,95J; Lake Krie and Wodem. 23J; Labe 9'rie and Western, prof.. Hil; 1-a...

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. — 8 June 1895

iiuirsfiwiii ^Adventure Among Indians, Cow? boys and Cholera, ants in the Career of Mr, Harvis, [ While Building; the Kansas Divis 3 I ion of the Union Pacific Rail? way. The Man's Reckless Characters Encountered. tSbpetal Correspondence.1 ^ASKrsqTOX, May 28.?Congressman ?is of Kansas tells some good stories his advoneuros whilo building the division of the Union Pacific [way. "I had a pretty rough time ith Indians, cowboys, settlers and ilexm," says Mr. Harris. "As wo ished along wltit tho line of rails now it towns would spring up in a night, tew 'was always a tqwn at tho termi ius of tho line, and as this moved every file toriniual city hud to travel with io rest of us. Tho citizens of theac cud tho lino towns were graders und bull rhaokors, and the aristocrats were the .biers and dance Imll proprietors, iey were pretty lively camps. I ro lember seeing six mcu laid out in one as tho result of an epidotnic of shout that broke out one evening. "The Cheyeinjos were troublesome [I th...

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. — 9 June 1895

GUI W?M UNDER. PROTEST The Roanokes Refuse to Play and Will Protest the Game. Wynne's Ruling in Calline; Clark Out Is the Cause. Is a Runner Entitled To a Base on a Passed Ball V Thai is the Question Now. Other Games. TCIiera IbeClUb* I'lnv 'ro-51 or ro?T. Juvncbburt; at Portsmouth. Norfolk at Petersburg. Richmond at lloauuke. Ntauttlu8 ol iii? ? iiiOk. Won Lo?t Per Cent. Richmond. 80 '.) ."?> I.vncliburg'. 25 it .811 Portsmouth. '-'2 'M .081 f. torsbttrg. if. 21 ????<> Roauoko. 10 U? :G7 Norf.dk. . 13 28 -SU'J Richmond, IiTuebburg mid Petersburg have played :t'.'" gauie<, *bilo Portsmouth, Norf' k sin i Ronueiae bare played i'i gumus. 'f he last gaoio of Ilm scries sched tiled with Roanoko was played at Lesguu Park yesterday afternoou iio fore a fair sized uudieuce, who enjoyed it from tbo fact that tlin home team started iu liko winners. Weeks pitched for the locals, nnd Stuhl for the visi tors. Tlie gnmc weut along merrily, burring a tew bad decisions by Mr. Mitcbel. ...

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. — 9 June 1895

wmm_ future I What the Census Reports Should Lead Us to Expect, Some Remarkable Figures. Annexa ation Needed. The Value of Prop, erty Will be Materially In? creased in Territories Adjacent to Cities. ' Tbe following letter will bo read with interest. It is full of excellent food for digestion. Let the young man read it and give himself up for action; NonroLK. Ya., May 27. 18'Ju. Editor of the YirKinina: Statisticians who "deal in futures" and bars Ugnred out tbo result from past ratios of increase, agree that when the United States reaches the second century of its existeueo, .Inly Ith, 1970, there will be within its borders a popu lattou of at least 480,000.000. 1 be figures look large, but the basin seems to warrant them. The population as shown by tbe first cou6U8 of 1790, was only 3,920,211. It took over twenty years to double that population, which had arose IU 1810 to 7,289,881. In the next two de cades,up to 1880,it had uoarly doubled, for tbe population then readied 12, ? 88...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 9 June 1895

A MMOTH AND RECORD BREAKING SALE! ??OF Sacrifice! Sacrifice! Sacrifice! The continuation of the Greatest Over-Production Record Breaking Sale will last but fifteen days longer. We have been noised about, and thousands have visited our sr.ore.No one can afford to miss this sale. We must have money, and we will make every sacrifice to raise it. Remember, we do not offer von any one article as a bait, but a clean saving of 50 per cent, of what you could buy similar goods elsewhere. Never in your history of Clothing buying have you been able to secure such extraordinary bargains, and never will such a grand opportunity be offered you again. Our cardinal practice of refunding money on all unsatisfactory purchases hohis t>ood through this great sale. SOUS. Meu'? Working Sails, strong and durable, $2.37. Men's tsuits, good quality, 8:J.-.r>. Men's Uuaiuess huits, quite natty, SO. Men's Business Suits, strictly all wool, $7.50. Men's Draus Baits, very pretty, ?i?.?O. 1 Men's Olay Wors...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 9 June 1895

ESTABLIfBED 1805. rOBUSHED EYKU1- MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY. Y1BQIN1AN 11U11.DIM*.. MAIN AND COMMERCE8T1UUCT& M. GLESNAS. Owxriu_ 1 utero ! M seooud-claas mattor. "Where Trilby will Suuiuicr" is tbe name ol a recent special article tu an exchange. If 'lnlby wants to strike tbe proper place let ber try Ocean View or Virginia Bettelt. Certain promtutnt Republicans of the McKinley school are sayiug tl,ut the duties of the ptesent tnrift are too low nnd Bbould be inoreusoil. These gentlemen should bo required to sub Bait a bill of particulars. Gen. John B. Gordon lias unnonuccd by card, addressed to bis "personal and political friends in Georgia," tbat he will not be ? caudiduto lor re-elec tion to the 1". S. Seuate, but at the end of his present term ho will rctiro to private life. "" MXii;i:\ PAUUM TO.UaVi The Virginian agaiu presents to its readers an issno of sixteen pages. These issues have been wttrmly received. They certainly send forth a very enthusiastic word for Norfolk wherev...

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. — 9 June 1895

PORTSMOUTH NEWS OUR iOil BUDGET Of Fresh and Breezy Items .Gathered for Our Readers. Fell Dead Yesterday. To Learn the Drug Business. Sunday School Association This Afternoon. Chief Tynan's Return and Many Other Notes. Trinity Kuudsy. Aotiug JLieut, Tatem went back on iluy duty yesterduy, A Mention is called to special of C. YV. Hudgius & Co. Tho new colored Baptist Chnroh will be dedicated to day, A negro otau was locked up yester? day charged with stealing. The slroot oars now run until 10:-l? p. in., iustiiud of 18:15, as formerly. A colored woman named Jane Wil? liams fell dead in tbo suburbs yester dar. The Norfolk County Court will not begin its June term until the 17th in Stunt. It is said that rortsmouth schooU close later than any schools in tho (State, A negro named Win. Buroaid was Cued $2 yesterday for an assault on au old mao named Jackson. Tho Monumental M. E, School will notify the children to day of the time for boldiug their picoio. The Street Kail Bond frauohie...

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. — 9 June 1895

REEPISO EVERLASTINGLY AT IT if Store Keepers,) MS A I N ZyS WILL BRING SORE SUCCESS! RAPID STRIDES TO MONEY SAVING. Well planned and continually carried out. Prices on all goods have become in our hands a great trade gatherer. You always appreciate our under-selling prices, which are continually gathering force with every new advance. Money spent with us always to great advantage lor the buyer. The following Money Saving Prices will surely attract the attention and crowds of prudent buyers (hey deserve. Black and Navy Dress Goods. Never before iu the anuals of tho dry goods trado bnve Black and Navy so predominated. \Ve bavo some excellent values, Hero are a fow for your consideration: , Biaek aud Blue All Wool French Sorge, 36 in? ches wide, tho usual 39o quality. Sale prioo, 20a yard. Fine All Wool Silk Finish Sorgo, 38 iucbes aud a beauty, at 33e u yard. Fine All Wool Heavy Weave, sold always at wide, G5c. Our priee, 60c a yard. 40 inch CioriuNU Henrietta, rich, eilky Bnisb. Pric...

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. — 9 June 1895

For Lawns, Gardens, Cemetery Lots, etc. The Handsomest, Cheapest and Most ^fl*^ GAE DEN HOSE AND EEELS LAWN MOWEES, SCYTHES, &C ^ Durable Fence on the Market. TREE GUARDS AND HITCHING POSTS. Screen Doors and Blinds i0 0? Raimts, 00^. Oils, Varnishes; ash, Doors, Blinds, ? ou urnishlng Goods, THE CELEBRATED 0? 10 0s* 0* 0 TRIBUNE, the lightes ur $50 I* oeaooce90??oao?oo are Best Lines of 00000009B000 03 0? I on the Market! 'ooaceoaooosooooo Write for Catalogue and Mention "The Virginian/' COMU REPORT. Money SltMrlcot l!v Southern Associate.! Trass. New Tone, .lr.no S.?Money on call at 1 for rent Sin hue axobauge is lirni. with actual imsin. im us bankers' hilla ?t 483ia48l} for eixtv days antl 4S9|aI8U for demand. 3'oited ratea,489iili0. i'umin rcial billa, 48ijB 188, Qovtrnnent I onm ito.tdy, tub stock MAT.tl i ? immuxo bids. A wet ican Cott in OH. 27}; American Cot? ton Dil. ire:. American Sugar Itefln erU-s, 11T:; Au er ican sugar i.et'u sries, pref. inc. American I'ohacco. I1...

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. — 9 June 1895

OUR GREAT COUNT?X Uncle sam'& wonderful growth and prosperity. jarrom a Kntlon of Fanners and Woodcut? ters to the tircatcst Community on Kurth. Some Telling Statistics und Comparison*. A Friendly Crlticltm. In the current number of Tho North tAmorican Review Mr. Michael G. Mnl haJJ, F. S. S., makes a study of those elements of power nnd wealth in the j United States which, as ho expresses it, | lmvo "enabled a community of wood? cutters aud farmers to become, in less thau 100 years, tho greatest nation in the world." Mr. Mnlhnll, u native of Ireland, educated at the Irish college at Rome, has been of high repute for many years as a statistician. His experience in tho Study of the strength and resources of nations gives value to his present array of facts and figures, and to his emphatic declaration that "if we take u survey of mankind in ancient or modem times, as regards tho physical, mechanical and intellectual forco of nations, we find nothing to compare with tho United Stat...

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

)OOOOOOOOOO?O PAGES 9 to1? oooooooooooooooo PRICE 2 CENTS A FRIENDLY LjETTER. Dbar Om> Oourvue: Ko you're going to get married? Well, 1 wi.-L you nil prosperity, old boy; And ju.-.t tell the dour young lady your have ohoson 'I'llat 1 wiall her every happiueaa lillU joy, I oiD scarcely think 'tuua truu when lirut I heard- it, You were always so afraid of uiukiug blips, Hut us loug as jou bava mustered up tu? couraqo Let rue inn.' yuii one or two good frieudiy tius. Always giva your wife ber way whou Bbu is talking, And whenever bIio u-iert- tbut black la white, Never let tier think you doubt her for a niumeat, Hut titnud right up atid swear tlmt aim ia right, Ami in ttfler yuan when eomoN tlio bouuciug buby, Who Bcreet'lics till your bond is lit to oruok; Every uijjht you must walk up ami tlown the eurpci; Hut for pity's suku be careful of tbut tuck. There's another thing 'tis troll for nie to mention. And 1 know 'twill save you uiouey in llio end, Wbou you're startiug in your lit...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 9 June 1895

DOES IT PAY? Groat Men Discuss tho Question of TJ?Dog-o Education. Senry Clews tn the Negative?Mow the Modern Cnlverelty Olffers from the Old-Tlmo Colleges?Athletics end the Classics Not Inconsistent. [COPYUlciriT. 1S95.1 How much of practical value Is to be got from a college course by a young man about to engage in business or a profession has always been, uud will continue to be, a mooted question. The near approach of tho graduation season, when hundreds of young tneu will be sent out into the world from the vnriouB colleges of tho land, as lit for the real work of life as careful train? ing can mako them, renders discussion of this matter cspeciully timely. It ia generally understood, I believe, that Hon. Chauncey M. Dopow be? lieves in the modern university, and thi.il. ho is in about as close, sympathy with the college student to-day as when Qomics uro elaborately discussed, are held in every oity and town. It Is a good sigu when the people of uny coun? try begin systematical...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 9 June 1895

iCRIMES OF THE THAMES. Stream That Holds In Its Breast Ten Thousand Tragedias eked, Dark and Devleun ? London Bridge tho Favorite Springboard of the, MUcrnblci Who Wish to Leap Into r.ternttT. ICOl'YIllUUT. 1SS5 1 Crooked in its course, dark and de ftious, its gliding tido scarcely less ?slimy at its flood than its littered bot? tom at Its ebb; full of strange com femcrcc In the day, dark with mysteries **t night, bearing on its bosom the ves a.els of a do/.cn nations, hiding in its preast the tragedy of ten thousand ?ires, the Thames flows through Lon jdon. It is not the Old Thames?the ^Thames that Diekens knew. It is the toew Thames, the Thames of whioh iDickens' son has mnde a dictionary, fwhich is devoted almost outirelj- to de? scribing pleasures. Rut although tbo jdays of (iaffer Iluxumand his daughter (Lizzie, tho days wbeu tbeso men and the most perfectly disciplined ana thor? oughly competent bodies of police in the whole world. The urchos have been replaced by this very em...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 9 June 1895

BALLET MISTRESS TO BOYS.! jMisa Boso Bocka t and H?r Quo or ' Saltatory Rehearsals. tttolleffe 8tnd*nts' Dramatics? No Show Ii i Complete Without u Dance?The l'er. form cm rity Women After They V\il od Feminine ltalment. ICOPTIUOIIT. Ballot maltresso, of the corps de bul- : let, composed of college boys, is tho unique position Miss Koso Hocket , Not only does she instruct tho stu- j dents in her art, but the mothers and sisters of many of the college boys, us well as other high-born dames belong? ing to Now York's aristocracy, who would do a pas aeul, or add fancy fun tistic too tripping to their other accom? plishments, gain their skill through MISS Bocket . There aro few ballet mistresses in tho country, and none nt present hav? ing such success tie Miss Ilecket. The teaching of amateurs la the most profit a Mo portion of her work now. It is never possible to learn the names of the fashionable women und society girls whom she is teaching, but they are known t/> bo among the mos...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 9 June 1895

MOTHER PRINDLE WILL HELP THE ] WOMEN OF LONDON. pin. John Jacob Astor ? Mrs. Cleveland and Ruth?The Pon Woman's Club?Tho American Girl?Princess Helene?A Sum ? mer Parlor?What She Will Be. Lady Henry Somerset lias decided to establish in London a woman's rescue honio similar to tho Florence Night mission in Bloecker ftreet, aud Mrs. A. Ii. Prindle, better known ns Mother Prindlo, matron of the Florence mis? sion, will sail for Knghtnd on .hum 5 at Lady Henry's special invitation. While Lady Henry Somerset was on a Visit here lust year she visited the Fle>r mce mission and admired its methods, fine has asked Mother Prindlo to start MRS. A. L. PHTXDLB. the London Florence mission, which Will be opened during the week of tbo International \V. 0. T. U. Convention. Mother Prindlo is a far famed mis? sionary worker. Sin- has superintended rusouo work for women in Buffalo, Chi? cago, Brooklyn, Columbus and New York, and her name is revered by thou? sands of outcast wuuieu. The first nota...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 9 June 1895

WOMAN OF FASHION. l*Ont of Ootlesro and Into Matri? mony" Gowns. _ I Vrattr TMnm (or thp Girl Gmdulfi and Mm saitmrr Rrldcs?White Is the B TTroper Color far lioth Occailont. (OOPTBIOnT. 18C6.1 _ .The saying-: "Out of eollogo Into mnt ' rimony," is not altogether out of dole, ,.!a6twithstandlng nil the mile about tho now woman, the bachelor girl, etu. Vor, in spite of tho warnings of the divorce courts and the famous writers I of the time, people hare n way of plung? ing" down tho path of destruction very rauob as they did In tho old days when there weren't any now women and the ?baohelor girls wcro not accredited with tvny of tho accomplishments which they now boast of. To bo sure, girls are growing'more eonsible, and do not, na a rule, buy ahoir wedding trousseaus while they ace looking for a graduating dross, but forty oeuu. Many gowns uro made up wholly without trimmim;, and wine are Miuiply tucked. Tho tucks look very dainty when the gown is Swiss. Uutistes ITS less sovero when ...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
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