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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 11 May 1895

SAD,YET NEVERTHELESS TRUE Richmond Wins Again, Luck seems to Stand Firmly by Her. Norfolk Outbatted ami Oulfselded Her Opponents Yesterday, But Fate? Willed That She Should Lose and Thu3 We Continue to Drop in Percentage. The Norfolk and HiclimoDtl teams tuet on the diamond yesterday ufier moon at League far It nud n ftiirly guot] Sized audit-lien enjoyed ati iiuusiially good game for six iuuiugs. The bcoiu ?.(ihn! time etaudiug one ?one. In She seventh iuuiug Taunehill, of tho Stichmond, followed Oroves who bad ?truck out, iiud he did not do a thing so the horse hide but rup out nhit for fi bags, W ells luuued the air und "Heddy" Foster, bi tier known as the "Duke <>t Fulton" sun waiting pa? tiently for n cLance to get n second hit *u the game, it was just hero where ?ho home team lust tho entu?'. I'd reel I signed McCreery fur u pertain 3t:nd of a ball und just as Mae was in the act of delivering the hull, the big catcher sigueil lor something dilleront, ?Mac stepped sideway...

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. — 11 May 1895

?i GoimciL m The Month's Work Completed Last Night. THE RESOLUTION PASSED Councilman Mocre Gets a City Con trscl. Improvements ot Cemetery. Petition tor Industrial Home. Iron Bridge Over Smith's Crock. Other Matters. The Bkljonruod mooting ot the Com? mon Council was hold lust night, nth President ltoper in tlieohuir. ?rillt the following members proseut: Moore, Sheldon, Walker, Arps, Leigb. l'eelle, Jlauoiui, butuui, Camp, briokbonse, White. A tielition was read from tho milch dealers protesting against a tux ol l."> cents per day on each wagou used by theui in the delivery oi milk, us they already pay an annual tax of S1U upon each wagon. .Mr. Borum said that when tho ordi? nance was passed it wus not Known lhut the milkmeu paid a tax on their wagou* !te thought the tax ot 15 cents unjust and hoped that the ordi? nance would be repealed. Mr. Waiker thought the lax ol 810 per year was. light nud that I buy t-boiild pay more. Mr. Borum replied that it wbs tho sanio as tho umouul ...

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. — 11 May 1895

THE V. POPULAR A1ILD AND PURE ALLEN & GINTER Shaky Nerves, Switching fingers, a scn:;e of prick ting all over the body, me due to poor digestion. Dr. Dcanc's Dyspepsia Pills cure (not merely relieve) nil forms of dyspep? sia, heartburn, and sic!; headache. A trial is ?heap. Send postal f.t a FREE sample. UK. J. A. DEAXE CO.. Kingston, New Yatk. At Dr;.KE?U'. ^sc._ _ vr a i a i j. \VANTKb-Toc '1 towui iT l.i r respond with men in Virginia snd i i> .nr l>. wit Ii flew ..| ?' K theiu tak ? outers loranls sud trousers ro w ?aiii|il?* lurnislril by ihn tiuaraniee Tail rii <oiii|iany. Audrisi, t.i n .iialltnalionS and ? at .?..1.1 (. ..I..h ,> if ... on Ith Horns i? ? tier st SI, i ? ?". M, ''? and Ml and Mitling? i sl? ?.:?? Si-. >vn anil ?. sa.in ,? a. in lit.1 ni11 . i ?nil Norfoli otoi s. As libido intention local |ior. "ten larural Ii : in I; mit, uonu nut rite. \ i'li m s ... i . I?' hi ihr ?' 'ii l"! i.i |.?t-.'i> Jl MARKS .,. Cia ngenl 3 .11!..riii in pane, i...

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. — 11 May 1895

ESTAIU.IMtr.u 1 S 6. rUBMbHED KYI BS MOItSlSO EXCEPT MONDAY. VIRGINIAN ItUll DINO. HAIN AM> < OMJIEBCK eU'UEET?. _M UI.KSSAX. Owm i:._ ^rTiK ciia i.vnoNOi? i'u k~v ih?inT?n U LABGEIA IN KXUESS ol ?u. other1 vapor pub.iai <1 iu Kai i u Virgin ... iu eircttlailou ?> Norfolk ami Portsmouth ' is creator ihitu thai f any paper published or > itert ate iu the two uitle*. it delivered in llio citic* of N irfoll) and porumouib ami mi' lor 10 ceuw a i vrek. tail auli riptlou*. in.-tiRo vail. Tftvi- Dollar* pei ycnr: three Dollar* lor -la i mouth*, One Dollar ami Fifty Cent* lor tbre.- ta i th? n:i 1 i iy Oont-i lo: ono lllODt - Aii\ei tueiut a.- iu-erte.l at the rate of "."> OkmiaS'.i .i k I'.i. is-i tuiox: eu Ii ?ubsu tpieut imortion 117 ? 'i.m?. or ."> I Ukxth iT '. ?wiir.s i?i ' '!??" itvi:nt otki'.ii i>av. I'outrac tors ari not allow* ! to cxce d t oir spa o or adtertl** other than their legitimato I Iium:. is, except by paying ?specially tor the sKinc. Tn> Wee...

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. — 11 May 1895

Tales of Facts and Points of New , Occu rrenceSi A Snatch Thief Captured. Hit With a Bandy. Orator for Memorial Day Solucted. He Was the WronR Man. Smashed a Glass Window. Head the adv't. of W. T, Edwards in reference t<> butter. t he liourd uf Health will go out on an iue[)ectiuu tuur this aftomoou. The Firemen's Association trill meet (n Bafrisouburg, Vn., on June 3d. Tho oonuty officers are nfter tho Other members of the trump gang. Tho Hortsniouth ami Norlolk clubs ?rill cross bats in Norfolk for throe du>s uext woek. Kev. .Mr. Funstoii, pastor of Trinity P, K. Church, ban beeu selected as orntor for .Memorial Day. Mr. llohur t lasset I, who has been ab aent from homo for several mouths, re? turned home yesterday on a short visit. Thirty-three years ago yesterday tho cities of Portsmouth uud Nortolli wore ?.vneuated by tho Confederate troops. i ? t>t<rko Williams, colored, u suuioli thief, wus arrested yesterday for sualoh tug a pair of shoes lroni u small girls t...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 11 May 1895

CULTUKt OF UPLAND RICE. By Small Farmen With the Least Kxpendl luro of Fland Labor and Ki]icn?e. To raise upland rico cheaply and without much hand labor yon ueed now ground ur old fields which bavo pyown tip in broomsedge, for on old binds the gr.v.:? is vary difficult to koop our. This laud should be woll broken and rows laid ofl about three feet apart. Tho | grain should be planted on n small bud, 'as that tho yonng plant may bo culti- ? vated befnro the grass begins to grow. ! In selesting your seed bo sure that yoii ; get the white variety, lu planting drop a few sesd?13 to 15 in a bill?about every IS inches. A peck or a half bushel of seed will bo sufficient to plant for n very largo family. Yon begin your cultivation as soon as tho young plnuts will allow, by giving it it hoeing in order to kill nil grass that may bo up or coming up. Ah for the rest cf tho cultivation, it can be done chiefly with tho plow, tho chief object being to koop out the grass. Onu or two more hoeings ...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 11 May 1895

COIflMERCIrU REPORT. Mount' itlKrkel I5v Sotithet ii Associated Press. Vr.wYuiiK.Mav 10.?Money on cull hnsbeeu ca v ?t II per i-ont . clofcti g oRerc lat lj per tout. Sterling oxchuugo i? very weak with *i-:uhI business in bankers'Ulli? at i>ri?ist>j ?or iixtv iIhvs und 4H71 for demand. Posted ?nte?. 187a483. Coumeroial bill*, 48.?iHj;. tub stuck MAl'.kit? i i.lislN.l MUS. Anioiiian Cotton Oil. 29{: Atnericnu Cat to;: O'l. i ret. INJ: American Sugar ttefiu ?i ll i". 11 Ii; Av erieau Sugar Iteflneries.pref. 193: American 'lobacco, Wi; American To bareo, pref. KCl: Atchixon, Topeka mil t'iiutn Fe. 8|: itultimuir and Ohio, 01: Can? ada, Pacific, 51t: Chesapeake and Ohio. Chicago .* ml Alum, 118: Uhioago. I.urlins; louaudQuincr. 7?}; ChieagoUas I mat. 7i>t: {lelawaro mi I EacknwaBua, 160t; Distil ars and Cattle Feeders, 20}; trie. Ml. Erie, fcref.. 271; Central Kleetriu, ;'3?. Ill urns ' an tral, '.'7; I.nko Erie ami Western, -1; Lake ?:ri.' and Western, pref., 77^; l.ak.- Sijo...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 11 May 1895

Sll?FlliliS A Famous Desperado With a ''Goo Eye" Meets Death. A Desperate Character Who Proves Mystery. No One Ever Saw His Face, Which Was thought to Have Been Badly Disfigured. His Territory Home. John Starr is (load. Stnrr first ap peared in the Chiekasaw Indian counti in 18S2 or thereabout. One pecnliaril about the ti?tti was the singular way I had of shading tlio upper portion <>f b face and eves with the ritu of a 0 int sombrero, while tli"< lower part of tl faeo was always covered by a beavil liued mask of silk. This mask causi the man to be known ns Starr of ti. Silk Ma.'k. No ono over saw Starr without li hat and the mask. At lim ho watt boomer, and the boys were all anxioi to see the "color of his oyos," as I'.. Darrell said when ho tried to poll , silk mask to one side. They buried 1 Dau the nest day. No one paid much attention to St ill after this until he suddenly turned i in No Man's Land at Boar City in 185 and opened a gambling den called tl Half Way House. ...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 12 May 1895

UFINE NE. SAUD EDIFICE A Now Methodist Church to Be Ded? icated To-day in Atlantic City. The Principal Sermon to Be Delivered iiy the Rev. Dr. A. Coke Smith. Dr. W. V. Tudor on Infant Bap? tism. Forty Children to Be Baptized To-Night. LeKies Memorial Methodist Church, Atlantic City, lias been completed ami while it is not one of the most expen? sive, it in without doubt one of the Jiretticst churches iu the city and in an tnposing monument to the energy and thrift of the Methodists of Norfolk. Tho church completed cost $14,000. Jt is 103 feet by 48 leet, and will scut about TOO people. The outwurd ap? pearance is attractive, while tho in? terior affords every comfort imaginable. It is made of Philadelphia pressed brick with North Carolina gruuito trim? mings. The windows are of pretty stuincd eil'?, of a color to blend with the liurd piue und oak finish oi the ftirui tare and inner trimmings. Theru arc iunr memorial windows. A very large and expensive wiudow iu honor of the laic J. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 12 May 1895

Norfolks New Park, Everybody is Delighted With It. It i? a Proper Placc--Thc Water Views More Beautiful Than titlier Cen? tral Park, Ntw York, or Druid Hill Park, Baltimore?Pretty Lawns, Attractive Plants. The Park is (jetting rapidly to bo n very popular resor?, Duriug the past ?week n uns well visited. Ptonic par? ties of obildreu nre now a feature, und the little oucs eujoy themselves great lyonfatr weather. Suudsys the street ears uro tsve.l to their tttmosl in a Hold? ing facilities to the public, aiid there is a clamor ler urenter carrying aocoiu mediiiiocs. Last Sunday there was a rush of people in the afternoon, and il the wcathet i,; iBir to day there will bo another crowd of visitors. All nre delighted; the grounds nro getting lu excellent shape; the lawns are showing up prettily: the hundreds of voting tices planted nre leafiug bsa?tifuily, nn.1 ot' tho 0,000 plant ? plaood all are in good condition, nmi as tho seaion progresses will add im metii-ely to the landscape. Tho...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 12 May 1895

IAA COLORED MIM \V A STI l>,SC yeart Ohl aud JUU upwardi, tu work ou Ncrlolk aud JR-iao ^?iea liaitioa . Apply en tb? v ork, G. S \V. SRi BAKI It, Cutra. :i>r. my 12 A UK NTS to tell Washing Ma. hlt.f. Dilta Wash afV ant, Meant Cookei and other kitchen noveltltt*. tValoguetr i. CRISI'AL WASHING MAI IHNE Co., Coltintbus, ti. mi ; mi A1,1. I./.DIK? having a low noun leisure each day *ho-..Id w iic me at one . ivga dm. plea*, am 1 tine woik which ea lly pays mi* wo. sly. 'J'hli (a un d.. rptl. d . nd mil rerittitily pay you lo In tlgate Reply with ilainiied envelope Mr- S 3. Sfl BH1NS, l.awrcuccilich. inyl.-ir MEN and WOMEN {laugh! to make o It A YON portraits :.. -para o its at ibe r home* by Bear, co| jrriibled method, ?boa ? learning my n et hod >> I I ic furnished work %T '\u\yZ?''" EAITN S3 10 $16 PER Mi Sktid for particulars ??. .? . i.Stlr.'. i-.-r tiiim Arttala I % rune, ?p2S-sulawl3t \\'HY DO PEOPLE COMPLAIN ??( hud times, | at when any m. man or muii ? an make fro...

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. — 12 May 1895

? j? ? 0* tntni? nan l S 5. RTBL1SHED EYEU* MORNING EX0B1 V MONDAY. VIRGINIAN lit ILDlNO. WAIN ANi' COM&lERt E srUEETS. M. Ql.EKNAN, Oj ?? l. Tlif ??t?t LaTIO.NOF IliK VlltOlXlAN is LARGELY. IN KXOESS ol ?u. otU. r raver publish' ?I In Euil I n Virgin ?>. its ciroulsti n in Norfolk and I'ortamotltli is greater tk? -.> thai ot any paper publisl ? i or . ica "??<? I iu the two . Iii -. t iB delivered m the cith ? ot N >rf ilk ana Portsmouth aud * burli rot Id cent-, a Week. Mail aubscription*. postage paid. J?iv. Dolors per >?-.ir. ikn-r I'?> iare loi n motilha. one Dollar ?u.i Fifty Ceitti for tine mo tb-: aal 1 >:ty Oeuts tor one *" Advartitcnii n-- iusertoJ nt tlioruioof ~~> OvMa a Set'At k t'liii is s; eui-h sul uuent Insertion 37j Ousts, or i I'KSTs ill) in i ii r.vnav ? au n i?*Y. Contrac? tors ar? not sl'owp 1 lo ovre->l their apa.'O or adiertiaa other than thoir lci;i;iiii*to business, i tcept by paying especially lor tbi' same. Tbi Wfuki.t Ytaoi...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 12 May 1895

Portsmouth tn Have a First-Class Electric Kail road. Thr.t is if the City Council Wiil Give Them the Right of Way Over the Streets Thry Desire. Tho Steoet Committee Will j Make a Report. The street committee met Gou. Seig fried, tho purchaser of tlio Portsmouth Silreet Railroad, 1 no.luv night ami discussed mattere portaiuiug to tho 7" at) aud to the oity's interest. A stum her of questions were uuswered by she General in a very satisfactory manner aud wade qiiuo uu impression upon the committee. Tho following are tho questions ami answers us I'iik Vuioist.vN representa? tive learned them from the President the Council and the chairman of the etrcet committee: (,?. 11). What kind of rail, Genom!, do you propose usmg? A. T rail if satisfactory, if uot will Bsc n lint rail. ?J. Why ilo you nsk for Etliugbam ami I irceti streets both? A. Because we have not decided which we woul.l like to use, hut only *vnut ono ot them and after wo decide tin will give up the rij.'.tii to the other. ;...

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. — 12 May 1895

LEVY BROS. ? . 174 MAIN ST. AMAZING SPECIAL BARGAINS FOR THIS WEEK! Seldom Eq_ixaled.I K"eirer Surpassed I BEGINNING MONDAY, MAY 13th. Jersey Ribled Vests. LfldioV jersey ribbed voBts. C>c or C for 25e. Ladies' jcrsoy ribbed vesta, taped Beck and pleeves, 10c each. Jersey ribbed rests, taped ueck and Bleores, 12|e each. Jersey ribbed vesls, l.">o each, very fine taped nock and sleeves. Children's jersey ril> vests,lOo to 'J"ic. Lidits' gauze vests, high neok, long or short sleeve?, 25o eaob. Ladies' lisle thread vests, -'?e, '\~[c, 60e eaob, Ladies' fine r-ilk ribbed vest.", 75o. Qeni's balbriggan aud ganze under wear, 25c, 37J0, 50o, Great values. Ladies' Capes. Ladies' rapes, newest shapes, To close: the line prices out to 32.2,'J $3.37, S4 25 each. Infants' long outs, n now lino (iron? ed, l'liis class of goods usually com? mands a good profit, as there is only a limited quantity sold. Our prices have been marked down. If in need of above yon will be surprised at the low...

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. — 12 May 1895

COMMERCE REPORT. Hlonri N?rk?l l!v Southern AlSOOtated l'ren-. VnvN.im, M.iv 11.?Money on call at H jper eont i-teiling exchange ia w<r.k ?Uli Aeiunl business in bankers' bills nt 4- ..nisi; fur Biitv days ?n l 18? ?181 for demand. Juste I raten. 4878188. Commi roi ll bills. 4?:.a *?..i. Government bond*, stroug. tub stock MABKET?CLOSIXO BIBS. Imorhnn Colt in Oil, 2;>>: American Cut ton Oil. i ref, >tt|: American Sugar lleflu it'<K, 110}; An Brican sugar ilefiiieries.pref, tV|: American Tobacco, lUAf: Auiericun To gmceo, pref. 1001; Atchison, Topoka and Knut.i l o, 'J.. Baltimoro and Ohio, 04}; Cau ?.la Pacific. 53|: Chesapeake ?ud Ohio. 231: Cblongo and Alton, 143; Ohioago. Hurling ionaudQuincy. 7.',: ChicagoOiib 1'rnst. 7r.?; J'i'lHiruie nud Laokswauiia, 1601: Distil? lers and Cattle Feeders, TU; F.rio. 1*1: Krie. pref..26; Qeuoral Kteetrie, 31: Illinois Cen Irol, ;i7: Lake Krie and Western. 20?; Lake Kris sud Western, pref.. 77J; Lake Shore, ttii: Lnnisrille aud Na...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 12 May 1895

BOUND IN PRINCIPLE.! GOVERNMENT HAS POWER TO LEVY A TAX ON INCOMES. ConprcM May Fix the Limit Where tho Tax Slin.Il tlrf-in Incroano In Custom Hutie? Offset Supreme Court lMsallorr v ">???.?KtTpct of the DttoUiODa Kot icr tho first time in tho history cf tho United States its highest judi? cial tribunal has pronounced a law bad whoso principle is good. Temporarily at least it is tho judgment of tho su? premo court that tho income tax law was not constructed wholly on constitu? tional lines. It may even be truo that a majority of tho present bench believes an iucoiuo tnx unconstitutional under our form of federal government. Tho history of po? litical progress is largoly made up of re? visions of opinions authoritativoly pro? nounced. Professor Huxley hits declared thnt tho chief duty of science in onrh generation is to discard tho errors of tho scicuco of a preceding; generation. If decisions by the supreme court of tho United States since this government was founded bad remained...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 12 May 1895

invite the public of Norfolk and Portsmouth to examine their T 0 WHICH COMBINE CHEAPNESS WITH STYLE. COMFORT IHD DURABILITY! Everybody Says it is the EST UCCY UILT ? FOR THE MONEY. Several Styles and All Handsome. Has to lie Seen to Be Fully Appreciates AND nion &t. IMMENSE STOCK OF VEHICLES 5 ()onsisting in part of SEAPORT. BRUNSWICK AND HENRIETTA TRAPS. 1115 mis Victorias, Brougham's and Extensions. Our Delightful Riding Single Leaf Spring Buggv, will) long disiance axles, And Many Other Attractive Styles IHEY. P. S. C. E. IN BOSTON iThoy Will Take tho Town by Storm in July. ?fifty THauniml Drl.-K.vr-, Kxpeoted--A So? ciety XlKvInc Over Two Million HfBihi-r. ? The President and U?? Family. [oop varan. 1838 1 Prim old Uoston town is making frcat prepuruiion6 for the reception of he myriads of pretty girls anil the luultitud'es of'stalwart youn^ men who ivill iratbcr early in July, to attend tho convention . of the Youufr People .-. So? ciety of ^Christian Endeavor, and this |a ...

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. — 12 May 1895

TOLD BY A CTOVICT, |How Ho Wan Driver, by Fato to Kill a Man. jh>n Wno 1I?t.. Hern ttnlnert hy Their LoTe ftir LtqOOr Crowtl thv t'CDel Inn an tl?n< ni' tbr DU. trlct .if Colombia. [?r:;'i3i WMhtBKton Lettcr.l Paring a visit to the j.iil of this city on one occcsion 1 met a peculiar charac? ter \vf,o was waiting trial for wife mur? der. Ilo wr?. afterward convicted, 1 ;;t was scut to the penitentiary 'or lifo, in? stead of being hanged. In court lie told the judge that he wanted to hang, and was anxious to die. Tie told mo bia "IT was UJUJD -O ENDURE." story, put would not toll it in court. TeJa of the-jiaU gllieials were also told his Story it\ QOcfldeacQ, and it wa? never nWde public. According to notes t aken AtMjko time the man said: "I was born nn? bred iu a Christian family. My fa tl?t was a preacher, and educated me himself. Fvras gradaatod in law, and also studied asbdicinc. 1 was not pleased vvifh either profession, but wp'utteu to beixunc a merchant. I had no means w...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 12 May 1895

ELLEN OSBORN'S LEI I KK. Tho Motlorn Edition of Davicl and Qoliath'a Struggle. imj Hat Apaintt Small Bonnot?Th? Fancy Btvuso k? It IllotSOma Turth In All tlia Surumor Fineries ? l.uok out for Linau. ICOPTHIonT, 1896.1 The modern edition of the struggle hetwoen David and Goliath i.> interest? ing. Goliath is the big hut, David i the little bonnet. For the moment, ?while spring winds blow, David hns bis innings: in a few weed,--, when the sun gets hdt. it Will be Goliath's turn. Tho prettiest of the little bonnets are three-cornered and are woru with a point behind and ouo over each ear. They call them Mary Queen of Scots shape. But the beautiful queen wore something far more simple and demure. The flu do slcole pirl perches her trian? gular scrap so far bach upon her head that no Philadelphia lawyer could guess how she keep-- it on. Sin- has to have u speciul kind of veil puckered over tho waves of hair iu f rout of it, and to make it perfectly evident that the bonuoJ) i.? ea sauc...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian. — 12 May 1895

{Searching fojr a flat. ?ilghly Ecltrylnsr Experience of Mr. ar.d Mrs. Wostetdo. ?ffo rind ? Snttnblo Dabttotioa In Kcw fork Is a Tulk Koqulrina Tireless Enersry. Culiuilto-J raticneo suid Homo ChfCk. (SpocJol No*t York tatter. 1 Eight or ton years a.70 it was the al? most universal custom In New York to move on the 1st of May. Tliis custom has, to a great extent, heroine obsolete, and now there b quite as mueh moving dene on the 1st of ?ctobor ns there is on May day. In fact most tenants no longer sign leases inr any stated time, but rent by the mouth. This arrange ?ffB a er: eoi.vo to movk," bau? Mr.;>. WKnTBroE. men* Is mutually satisfactory to land? lord und tenant. If the landlord rents the adjoining flat to a family, some member of which plays on the piano at unseemly hours, or docs anything else to make lifo a burden in the neighbor, the aforesaid neighbor simply moves out. On the other hand, if an ob tionublc tenant uns gained n foot la id in u Cat house, there being no l...

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