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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia gazette. — 12 August 1899

Thc Gi Von Have Rc V ? ? ? .- M ln? ? ? Nfl, *i|,. i ttpi**s ttl ? * uni ? *\ ill not r. In- }.-i fut tin*, l-l mi t! -??n: Tate tirM. :in?l to n*-.. morjif imp -?'?-?? ? i" ond ?1 - yon in mir U autiful Southland and ilK.11 - nm M ? - ? l that ni the mid ??? - Up Mila. _ - ; - ! ii - ? - ira. I - - - tl - Tl Mr. Dahn is Back Again. kn - - ? tbr itifui. j*-U'] with M I - tri * int - fi* in W IltOl* HIHll.) Moaey in T\xrkcy%Docks Cahickcn*s. Ii (lom tera etna** that farmer* don't pavy more a Han to the rsii-dn^ of turi ducky and etiieltMata In y-^rvn iomij* % Ulina** j,%y 1 ? - -?-??? 11 ii a??<-??a-??-?? I R, f*l??tht*S IlllllSa-lf :i?i.1 ? t rom iii- nonltiy M^ Titi rliuiate i-* jnsl ri^'ht for khlt kin.l mt !>ii-iii*t**??*. Tin* cheap tren-- lon ratce, bot 1> I | :\ui\ vmtei p ni k*> daeieable l i?>r til** j .?tii try reieei aVu | i - ? ? witliin 90 m ; r Willi ni-s lura! tli.it will l.tkf all 1' be r'i-.-l .ii, I on a recent i \ \ , i ,-liioV; \9 old - '-?lit . HKi...

Publication Title: Virginia Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia gazette. — 19 August 1899

intaWM 1-stsMlshed 1736 ay WM. PARKS. mmmmmmm THE VIRGINIA tiAZE'iTE.Z? VOL. VII. Nd. 1 I. WiLLlAMSlirUl?, \.\..S.\TrHI#*?''IST V.K 1-s.m. fl.OiiPER YEAH. CAPITAL AND LABOR. Iadustrtai Preblem tb* Tharne af Dr. Tslmafs's Sermon. Talla W.w ta. C?-attnoml Wai tweea ria.at. ttmg Um KmS.S l-...?... !)?*?? tr ?tm R? ??at Strlk.-k (Copyrtsht. ISM. by Louis Klof***tca *j Wsthtncton. Au( ll Tn thia discourse Dr. Talma g. sus*, fests how tbe everlasting war between capital and labor may be brought to s happy eud. Ths text ia 1. Corinthians 12.11: "The .ya cannot any unto tits hand. I have no need of thee."' Fifty thou*.nd workmen In Chicago ceasing work in one day. I'rook lyn stunned by the attempt to halt ita rail ro.-v] curs, devland In the throes of a labor agitation and restlessness among Soi lera ali aver the land have caused an epidemic of strikes, snd somewhat to b.tt.r thtnge I spply ths Pauline thought of my test. You has* seen an elaborate piers ol machinery, with a thoussnd wheels...

Publication Title: Virginia Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia gazette. — 19 August 1899

VimGlNIA GaZETTE. Fl*BLWHRD KVKRY SATVRDAY WH. C. JOHNSTON. - Hditoc. yetoipHee pew* IIW-tar rear. irsSse gjirktwe same. eWwaare ka rf-rinrr Ait irermssg raaee rw*eo**?>V *?><?* ??-.'titre' aa *p**s***asw*s. Leg-*/ **?***. 5* Oer* j*** in?W*wrSB--*-e. w-rrk *?-**? Sto-r.-j.tA -*-r srsrr aWrfaW.. L**+l ?of*W g Oas* Ike Me I ?Sawn le a ii a i ?-***r?a*p.rr .*? (nats per ame. 4ft?r-eev* rrtm -aJate. i.*/?: j*?-"?.re.-?**r le ts**pas***--**?a *-?*-? *a-?.ra?fr t*SBBi Bi**k Ssc ama*. Mm twa* ra. nair i-naaawjea aa erk te* wt ara-eept eae* ii rf 11 f asMj sTsaee.g ni f*. -taet-igr* le aweeeo.r eas? maa mar**.. AUtI ST .19, 1899. LET US WAVE REPRESENTATION. As the time approaches for redifm*ictii*g the State of Vir? ginia would it not be well for the voters ol ths 38th Sena? torial district to consider their own needs in this con? nection? The territory em? braced in this district, and the in terse te involved, de? mand that another legisla? tive district be formed, and ?where we ...

Publication Title: Virginia Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia gazette. — 19 August 1899

g-tdam\-ha^as*utAAs\oA*raJIAA Personal... iweeveeeeeeeeeewev*** President Lyon G. Tyler, was in Richmond Wednes? day. Mrs. J. B. C. Spencer, has returned from the "Hot Spring's." Mr. S. L. Graham, mana-1 ger of Jamestown, was in Richmond Wednesday. Mr. T. G. Peachy, who had a relapse, from going out too early, is quite sick again. Mrs. W. C. Mayo, returned this week, for a few day's from Richmond, where she is spending tlie summer. Misses Ida and Virgie Jones are visiting in Gloucester, and later, will spend some time in Lancaster county. Mr. Page Van R. Stiree, of Chicago, but well-known here where he attended college, spent some time here this week. Mrs. Harry N. Phillips,and her interesting little boys, left Thursday for Chase City to spend some time with relit* ti Yen. Mr. Richard Wraugh. aCor poral in the United BtatM Signal Corps, Porto Rico, Ki here visiting his grandfather Dr. J. W. Rawlins. Mr. Graham B. Nicol, j well-known and populai former student of the College was here...

Publication Title: Virginia Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia gazette. — 19 August 1899

L . . . ' ? ? JA J* 1.5. *ilTV\S iv I RQAT6S. i, TH* Old Ftjrwi tm r** Coesaty Craaw.|] Tbe M*ss M*-etintf ot tbs TVin-v*r?iic tStoft of Jane-5 City hmld at tb* a sss* Mon-In**, lr >*-.?* np in SSS H fortunately after efl tbe dele pal**- 1 '.*rt\ Tbe over by Mr. A. .1. Hames., i ; ?MW of tbe county 1 Vin Th* the several cami a id re-** - ve mi nut*--, each) the me* -ates. '?diner Tyler, Cba* - ts son. -eras tbe flr>t Howse wall rssai-tss* w fesr rem. rks wer ? rathe wo \ toe 1 I'm. 8 itas "jhmi ?**? Ks enc j That *.**. if I isevru sta Lim S na lo he sriil d - that v lld -.-..?.. H? bei by primary tb* ir T Senator-. Mr. CL w\ \ bia op| I.t-noT*-. ?. :.* .j',** r*-*d on .'*? rostrum. to taite m ha ve a r a Ii le a n> epe-ech. *.' san**b slaini . . irt son de*~la'< ci I - *. k - ta*? Ho-ame. ar. - sa: ? ered. AI? hov an . tat* r<-?-.- iii I ?ar*.--*': ?-, hi sad c doa a J ?ara*!.': a Isa. aSfMwreh. l?Ut be Va.- a Drill'?***? ai. ir tor. y,. Ha Karaaa. V d) lat*), waa tb?...

Publication Title: Virginia Gazette
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia gazette. — 26 August 1899

t.staMlshed ?730 ?y WM. PARKS. aanx-amnje -?THE VIRGIN!** GAZETTE.:!! VOL. VII. NO. ir,. WILLIAMSBURG, VA.. SATURDiaY- aUOl ST 26 l8iM>. $1.00 PER YEAH. SUMMKR VACATIONS. Dr. Tal mage Draws Some Lessons from Our Annual Outings. t>***ar. eta* T* aa pt ?tl**.* TS.t ** .???a O*. *m*t.rl-.aT ri***..? n*****i?r ?' * p.ria?a ut f * cse * te* ? t ?**. tCopyrtcht. ;**?. ny L-ouis Ktopseh *J W*ehlii--lun. Aug. SS. At thia b.h.ou SO the >.ar. when all who can get a vacation are taking it, thia dlaeoaffa* of Dr. Ta'mag* ia mug geathe *n<l appropriate. Ths text ia -J-?Iiu Itt, I: "A pool, which is Ol in the Hebrew tongue Betheada. having 8tc porch.*, la Ui.se lajf a great multi? tude of Isapoleal folk, of blind, halt, ?withered. w ai '.1114; for the moving of the wuter." Oataid* the city of J.rus:il.m ther. waa a eanativ. ** alOfiag place, the pop? ular reso-t for invalids. To this dav lhere ia a dry basin of ro-rk v?hi< h 1 that there may have l*e.n a pool there feet lon*- Si wi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia gazette. — 26 August 1899

ViRCiiMA Gazette. IM'RI.IBHKP KVKKV SATVRDA1 WM. C. JOHNSTON. Edjtor. .? ?Aarptwra-t* -.nee |.I*ff-av Saar* aa asa a*eft .j Har., a/a-ajr. le aafraoe* A af i rmaSayratee* re**..*. bl*, a md On tm /a-r1 toe* aee a?a*, wfr* a***/ aO*r*ie*s* nar amer. *.#*??? 1**rml **r-eaa i rbe ?*e. **rr**-?ii|'--y * <>*r? per aa.. ?? be* /".twee / sam-sawer ar. See** e i eosi ?aa*., tai* Srimt: wutrt ww aerejil awe* adv IC?refe-g ai t*.*?..?r,.e<v fa Wiw?a-al>afl ma/;**. AUOrST.26, 1 MORE TO -KNSW FR I OW When Piss. M< Kinley * sii*-*-d his BSC*"i*nd call for unt-eers in our war with Spain re were hundreds of youne men all over the state clam? oring for a chane*0 to go out and do battle for their proud old Commonwealth and fot their beloved country. The*; were anxious to show thai Virginia still had men lng to tight and die. if r. for their native I The flower of Vir-cinin - hood offered th th* it -ountry. Bs their ' - -sat1 lillee. their desire * I ne-sr ginias fair fain** frere v. T...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia gazette. — 26 August 1899

S****e*e> *?*-?????*?*? *???*?* | Personal. . affffftTtfHfHt?ss*a Dr. K. <S. Booth has return eil from a lengthy visit in Nott<?w.iv county. Pmf. Hn^h s. Bird leava next week to spend tw?? w.-i'ks in Hem York stat*'. IOM Billilli Brooks is in Mnu-*he>ter visiting her 1-etaV tivi?>. (apt. and Mrs. S. .1. Bn mk-. Miss Carrie Dear, ol Fount tain Spt illira. Pa., i*** visiting ber sister, Mrs. Bo.fMM Mor? ris, Prancii il iel. Dr. L. B. Wharton, of the college faculty, bia* been Stay tag in Richmond with I tives, but Keai on for Bedford to remain till Octo? ber, Mr. William Henry Allen, oi Washington, I>. <".. i this city taking a colin rta dy preparatory to enter* iiikf William and Mary I iege, Mr. B, W, Bass, a student of the Kentucky University Lexington, Ky., left Thura day after a visit to his fath Mr. H. 11 Bass, of thi; phi Mr. .1. c. Williams and fara il\- of Richmond, are th ?irii Banks at th Raleigh. Mr. Williams i connected with the C. -fl 0. ii tin* Audit...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia gazette. — 26 August 1899

aa ? iii i i ll ai TT1E OAME OF IH>IJT1CS. Tm* nVafoawt* iVwsacrat* la Thick of Balla*. The political tight now io progress on the Peninsula it** an interesting one. The Senato? rial bee bu17et*, in the ear of only two worthy gentlemen and each is deeply impi-essed with the ni*** that this state cannot get along Without hie services. Mr lal vv. Robinson, Newport News' candidate, backed a*** he i** with the powerful Democra? cy of our youthful SMtflapotia and supported b> the two daily papers of his town, ought to make it very interesting tor the popular mon of Charles City. Hon. D. Gardiner Ty.ei. The following counties have elected Tv ler delegates Charl*-*-- Lity, - ? 3 New 4 Jame** ? 6 York 14 Mr. Robinson i? only certain, hoar*ver, up to U>day >V fdnes day of Newport New*" eleven neates. But he mtv carry part v)r all of Warwick and part of Khz*br' accord in., the claim? of hi*? friends. But ry much now like a ?a walkove-r. Laisaf* William. wiih her - legatee, is (or ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia gazette. — 2 September 1899

S;the virginia gazette.3 AaHawtlao aa R aa OAalETTE* VOL. Vii, NO. UV WILIJAMSHI 1' .. \ \ . SAIT1-|^F li' '?'??: M ItKH 2 fl .00 PER YEAH. BUSINESS TRIALS. Dr. Talma*--? Stows How They Re? ma* the Spirit. fmeltalaa la Tra'a-Tk* Steeahea*** Oat** a Sefceel af laaaalr tl*a.r. lat.ajrlt-r aa* SS* risk* l.l.ta-*f. _ Croryr'.fht. 1"0?, by Laois K'op.ch.) Waatlagtoa, Aug In Ihis discourse Dr. Talmage argues that religion may be taken into all the affairs ot life, and instead of being a hindrance, aa minv think, is a re? enforcement. The t.xt la Romar* ll: "Not slothful In business; f.rvent la spirit*, eerving the Lord.'" Industry, devoutnesa and Christian service?all commended in that ahort text. >Vhat. ia it paoalml* that they shall be ?-oojoin.d? Oh. yea. Th.re ia ao war between r.'ij*Mon and b-itin.aa. between l.dfera ard ltib>?, betw.en churches and counting houses. On th* r?ry. reli-fiorj acc.ler.. .ness, sharpen* nirn'i aits, aw.etena a?*i of diapoaitior ? he blood of * tua t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia gazette. — 2 September 1899

Virginia Gazette. l'rm.isnKp kv rm sati*rday WIS C JOHNSTON. Editor. SvU-mrrOpetnm urie* g I***' -we- r**r. r*rra -*hr**Va? rt aaa. a/*ra.?* I* Wraar. ****# Orr SS Oat* **-?*? BS* **r *a**c-? a ->?** ta. ks. g sSBSa per One. - PTEMRER.2, 1899 LET US HAVE NO FACTIONS. Some persons try to make it appear that thei*e are two ions in the Democratic rv of Williamsburg. We tmst that they will be pov eroed by a little common sense and open their eyes to the fart that there is but one ?nocratic party in this city, un Hi tinton r}uera ble before the enemy. It is >*ssary to have unity, but ?ajmot have it by divid? ing and fighting each other. We notice sometimes that those most zealous* for th-c :se of IVmocrary are not simon-pure : rats. W* hHve known men t? n down l>ei: om mit teen i?-*ii who decaaU-e that .md are still 'iS. nhosp vere **?* nu part j uned them votiu-ar I :itMTSti?.*i tnumit nfc io judgement Ml whostOOC nuder th<- hannis of Ivinoe ? Wlv srs Um Desi .lliamsbur-. Th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia gazette. — 2 September 1899

aMssiaaassass*s**s*aVss | Personal. a 'vSTSf*!*!!l**l****t Mr. ("arl .1 onw sj hm it last Sn nd ny nt Tonno. Mr. K. W. Wa ri m rt on wns in Richmond this week. Mrs. Kate Lamb, of Toano 18 in town visiting relatives. Mm. Coleman has return? ed from ii short visit to Hii'h-! mond. Mrs. Lyon Tyler spent a few days in Richmond last week. Mrs. E. W. Milstead is vis? iting her father, Mr. T. 0. Wynne. Miss Henrietta, Roo th has gotten home from the Hot Springs. Dr. Foster and children left Wsfosadaj1 for Mathews countv Mr. and Mrs T. H. Oeddj ninl children were in Kirh mond Wednesday. Mrs. Arthur Den mend lefi Tuesday for Chase City t< visit her parents. M.'ssrs. ll. K. Doiinegni and Wm. Christian were ii Newport News last S*Osk. Miss Virgie Wynne, of Nev port News, is visiting Ilia Clara Davis. Hast End. The many friends ol Iii Spencer Lane will ls* glad t hear that h?* is conraleecini Coiineilman and Mrs. W. 1 Binns weiv in Charles Cit thia weak, visiting relative* Mr. Willie Topham ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia gazette. — 2 September 1899

LETTERS FBO-S AFAR. Skat Tews* ** lam Ha-*-* Bess Mere Ma* e tm Say . A MTCHKaA*** MA** WWI F'S: EWTOR t'ARKTTE: A friend of mina eent me tour copied of Viivinia Gasettw and I arma pleased sith them. I Lave bean to ?\ illi.imsbur-*-, that waa two fears aro. I sae areli pleased sith tbe Peninsula. I intend to come just aa soon aa possible. I could mee that the Peninsula sra* just the country. I si'.l enclose 85 cen ta. Yonra truly, Frank ST, Allan. Racine. 1 Mr. Editor: lSoiiDKf your invitation to people who have visited the Peninsula, to send you the im? pressions they received of your section for publication in your paper. I feel esl led upon to avail myself of the opportunity to aay a few word*? for tha ben? efit ot prospective visitor*?. lt is coan mon among North? ern and a astern people to look with doubt and even suspicion on thr h. shea it is amid that it poaaaaase advantages and passivities for farinin-c that la many respects equals and eur psasaa laassa I ;i.r ?***-?;. -Lt ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia gazette. — 9 September 1899

Hi taralla ie J i3?a *y WM. PARKS, VOL. VII. NO. 17. THE VIRGINIiS GAZETTE.:!; ~ == wiLLiAMsm-Ki.. vA..sATrui)AY%i:i"n:\iiu*:?: \y uw. $1.00 per yeah. A SFaRVICE OF SONG. Re**. Dr. Tal safe's Sersoa aa Mask la RsUgia-s. Tat* ?a*r M.a.. au ******** *"a. mama* All a* f*>* * ca-are-m. (C*?yri?at. tamil* Ki******-*. 1SS) Wabbington. Sept. t Dr. Talma*--* to-day diaruaaed a> aoit attractive department of r*~ llfious worship?thc service of aonf. by all mho loee to lift their voice* in praise In tom Lord's house. The Sat ls Nekem.ah ISSVl "Aad they had twa hundred forty amd a*/eeiTof inf men amd atnfiaf women." Th* bmst music haa been rendered am- j der trouble. Th* drat dart thst I know anythlaf of was fi*cn by I'aul and Kl.aa when they savnf prance to God amd th* prisoners heard them. Th* Scotch Covenanter*. Sounded by the Sofa of persecution, aa nf th* p wal roi of David with seor* spirit than they have a**V aine* beeta rendered. The captives ia the text had tmuaic left In them, a...

Publication Title: Virginia Gazette
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia gazette. — 9 September 1899

-?-?j**,,^***-^"**-^ Virginia Gaxette, Pl BUSH KU KYKin SVTIRDAY WM C JOHNSTON. Editor .CttKarer-Sr**** ^rear g ICS *-e** V*?r tuaaae massa *-*re-*?? aasse. */?*.*. <* *./. tc* 4<f* laasSaa l*t***a ?*****??*??*? *v?af cc te*?Sr*m?a /.ear*/ ?.??*?*-*? ,V# te*ra jarr ***** ?**? ?*?? tar ra-frS ?aaa/ Sa i**f? Star aware *?.'N**? I^wml aiiSrss 3 *?*-**? **v fte~ awn le rina i a*/-*** apr 11 S .Vela Ber Mae *M?.**-rt? **<***/*-*e *>*-*?/ .*?*. erriar**- re amiswar* hems meemnmmHy rewmn**??*e **r acase. tam fer*--** rae oa{v i aa asm** ***Ve w*?rS w-e eeea-af afar* ?**tnrrraSa aster*^ ar rSr -^.--?? *^ ,. WSaaaaaeg I SKPTEMBEH . <*. 1 KfCTrON OF ENOUV1 RWI-?-.. Thc Fain.ix Hern Ki. in an article on il i>torn K speaks ol tin- home on ? Stratford." wh-fT* ral H K. i - ?* bom, and re? marks* : "The^old man*** which is JsplendidlY prescrv ed. wat* built of English bricks. *" In thi*** city aud surround Hi*r ?-on nt ic* ara sss* ny quaint k buildings t-o which ons I and in or...

Publication Title: Virginia Gazette
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia gazette. — 9 September 1899

asasasesssssssslMssse I Personal. l'rof. Bini is in New York. Mr. ami Mrs. .fohn Lentil nre visiting Mr Park Jone*. Miss Florvin** lVrwrn hos r turned from a visit, to Newport Nows. Hew A. II. Kippim, of tin* third l*renbv terian! rhurch, Richmond, will pvnajan at the Presbyterian church tomorrow night. Mr. B. C. (twin, who live** near here, has just heard from a wm be had pven up as dead. He had not been heard from for four years. Dr. J. W. Nash, retired, of the Hospital staff, has been very ill. but Kt better now. His son, Dr. Frank Nash and wife, of Washington, are with him. Mr. F. E. Olcott, of Wau aeon, (>.. is here, and called to see us. He expresH+?d him self as ivell pleased with the Peoinesfla, and expects to locate sear her Mr. W. H. Baker, of Bajri D&W, Mi* h.. who has l>een nil over the Peninsula, writ* splendid letter for publica? tion. It will appear in fl la? ter issn-- and is worth n bv those who contemplal trip be Successful Lumber Dealers. WV have wa tr t...

Publication Title: Virginia Gazette
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia gazette. — 9 September 1899

Better Hekcr?. - - - a ai. < Issi l*Ut ter la aever K -**?* than 1 oents per pound and i* often ru ur- up much higher. A gr* at it&any pound** -uv chipped in here every year. Thara is a gt-tod home market tor all you cr?ii ld make, yea for all 200 could make at tbe price above mentioned. Newport N a ws alone Lae 30,000 to .-.0,000 pop? ulation, ll is a mau it fact uri n** ci y. They are c-onsumera, aol! producers. Our farmer-** keep one cow, just think st if A farmer owning 500 acres of land | and keeps only one cow. Our laud will produce clover and other grasses a> well as Michi? gan. Illinois or Iowa. : hem farmers located here have no trouble iu dispoain*. all the butter they can make at 16 canis per pound. We want more butler makers, and we are ) ng t hem too. No danger of over doing the business here, the demand is greater than the \> e receive a great many in Qui* li your secliou good itry raising and where are your market- Pal iuforinaiK-u a ill ssy There la pol ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia gazette. — 16 September 1899

a sa-ss sr ss ai fc*4aB*l* i.J 1370 ey W/H. PARKS. rn se m a* .aa a THE VI HUI VOL. VII. NO. 18. GAZETTE. ;;C \V1LL1AM>IU Ki. VA..S\Tri'-n!v Sl.PTK -II.KP* K> I ^ $1 <K) PER YFaAU. A WORK FOR WOMEN. Dr. Talma-;*-''* Stirring fjMmon aa ??Thc Queens of lloma'* n*r*?n*a mt the riraaldr aad th* Bat. (It-Cr-ld aa* Mlnlalrrlaa lai*lt "*b?l Har 4 alar Dr air* -lanai* ??. CC*prrl?l;t. LamBS Klopach. IS9*.*| Wasblncton. Sept. 10. In thi* discourse The opportunities ol oat-fulness fur women ar* >t-t lot tb by Dr. Tal mag*, and many sympathies arc atirrerl and men iori ra recalled. Tb* ia Solomon'* Song ?>, 8: "There nra threescore 'meena.** So Solomon, by one stroke, act fortb tlie imperial character of a tru*- Chris? tian -Miiman. She ia not a tlave, not a hireling, not a subordinete, I>ut a queen. In a former sermon 1 sSowed yo* that crown amd courtly allemdeata and im 1 wu rd robe were BO* necessary lo make a t-ucru. out that grate-* of the ht-art anti life aili j-im- eof...

Publication Title: Virginia Gazette
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia gazette. — 16 September 1899

VlRf.I!alA (mZETTE* j pi iu.ishi n i:\ i in satvrdai WIS C.-JOHNSTON. Editor. v-.a*rrm*-**..a ,.--*w g ??*-. /??? l-*>r ami timer, -*/**?? '* ??<? a B I I ?i M aSrdaa i lilia ii ai n ra **?* r*r*a*V >f -*** av*-pamsess*. /j*g-* ? '*** ?wa-aa**!, raw* *?***J ??-*>?*?? *>r -*-***ea a-*md**rm*?* /.t-tea* aaa* ea g -rvne* sa** j-*** a* i ilataitma arr* ag 11 t 5 Oat* ***** oe*. -'-d-ner* w*h*>*? la sr L**r*l ?*?*' irfBBeg ta rae* ??*/*?-?*-? *w?? ??-*> aaJfr ?**?*?*>??-?.*? *?r ? a sae. SB** *>isag abe *e#y n *aTmlii* ?*dW W -tar* arr aeeaWT *?r-S *j*S 11*** *-***, ?Cbau S ai r?e ??.???-.*?**-? to st:ptembkr.its. lim SM ANfl-IKHI ORrMN^NCE Bonsbodj .ias a* keri u -tep on th*1 part ronnel bib y the ksepiiig ol *rs within the city iin^ - Ws could not ot - - han ordiniv - ? inc we would bf stultifying oiirt*ph - We lw**li* such an ordinal: - nhl l?* pS*tv?*ri. and that jost Be - practicable. The health authorities pecotntnend it. common sense suf?**arests it. and...

Publication Title: Virginia Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia gazette. — 16 September 1899

UUUmnmmmmmm^mmmS**mwmmUUOmm*mmUmmmi^~ *eeaae-**-.ee ??*?*?-**??*?*?*?? 2 Personal. . . me**** **k f-f-sssssss-f-M* Mr. .Ino. A. Barn*-*-* was in town y?'st*M*<!;iy. Mr. Thos. Stioosmith, of Jnmentown, it* h^re to-day. Mr. I). W. apffST, of I'y rit?-. aTaal bfltl y-*t?*rday on business. Mr. Weber, a well-known travel iny: salesman, is in t?vvn to.dny. Mrs. Sydney tSmith and children will leave soon for B visft in Norfolk. Som arc plentiful in tin* ni;ir-li?'- and the gunners are having a good tin Humor lias it that tlierp wil: - ***eraJ weddings here between this anti Xin Miss Loni***. Henley left this morning fm* Lightfoot to meet her friend, MiasJohn n. Mys, A. I., li Sr.;.;, ! little daughter, ot* Gat* * ity. b - rig airs. J. K Bellamy. Mr. T. A. R -? . an old dent ot \\ . -fe M.. tipem sever al dayl here this week. T A. is studying law. Mr*-. ll. VV. Wynne, uh, ha*-, beer her si M dy, lefi this morn wu: for her homo near Toano A regular mont hiv meet i thr- Hospital Ej t ive i...

Publication Title: Virginia Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
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