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The American Wife of the Famous
LIFE OF MRS. RUDYARD KIPLING
Not At All "a New Woman" in Tastes
and Ideas. Junior Kipling Com?
plains of Unequal Laws Gov?
erning Story Telling. The
Home in Vermont.
Mrs. Rnflyard . Kipling is n Blender
little. -woman,- with soft brown eyes,
dark hair und a very Ewoet expression.
Sho is not "oftnew woman" and. does
not caro for any sooiety nxoept that of
lior household, ami she and lHiriuisb.mil
aro so congenial in tastes und idous that
ft hey livo all. tho year around in a little
farmhouse 10 miles from Brattloboro,
rS't, and never even think of Lein?
bored. It Booms curious that such ubit
MRS. RDDTARP lilPLIKO.
[tor American batorvas Kipling should
luvo nuiAmerican wife and a homo
the heart of Yankeedom, hut ho s, oms
perfectly contented with Loth.
Mrs. KiplingAVOS .Miss Carolyn Dali 9
tier, withvwhoso brotbor.i tho late Wol
oott Balestior, Mr. Kipling collaborated
for several years. Tho third member of
tho family is Miss Josephine Kipling,
who was 3 years old last Now Year's
day,.und frotii tho stories ono hears of
her must birns precocious as that typ?
ical American child whom Papa Kipling
hates. It is said that Miss Josophiuu re?
cently declared in bitterness of heart:
"Boo-hoo! My papa tolls lots of sto?
ries and gets money ?or 'om, and I toll
one lit tie weeny story and got spanked.
Wo con imngino Kipling laying down
tho pen tondtniuistcr the slipper.?New
York Commercial Advertiser.
Tbl? Year's Sunshade*,
Tho now parasols . liavo many little
tJetails different from thoso of last year,
hut are about- tho Bit ma size and shape,
nays a-writer in tho Boston-Herald. The
?ccontrio shapes nro never considered
Tery goodVform nntJ uro-only a fud
Avhioh, as a rule, most women do not
indulge in. Those of this year have
sometimes two tuaterials. For instance,
<tho conter.part will bo of sill: or satin,
then-will como an insertion? of folds of
chiffon,.then a band of tho thick mate
rial andta ruffle of tho;chiffon. It is
claimed thut this fashion of having the
center of the thick goods*shades tho
ioyes sufficiently, and thon-that-tho shad?
ows cast by baring alternate stripos of
eat in and chiffon make them very bo
doming to the complexion.
Black"and white parasols- are exceed?
ingly smart. .Kot tho black and white
.material so much as tho black trimmed
tWith,white, although quite a number
.of-'black.tmd-white stripes uro made up,
'and- black,and'wlnto brooados in fancy
?designs and trimmed with ruffles of
black lacu seani t>i meet with general
rfavor. ? Tho-black .satin, withbruad de?
signs of . coarse white lace and deep
ruffles of,-tho satno lac?, are very smart
?indeed. . Tho advantage of this style of
3}arnsol is that it can bo worn with a
gown of any color and look well, black
and'white being permissible with ev?
erything. The ruffles of laoe aud chiffon
add greatly to tho beauty, of any para
,bo1, but they do prove troublesome for
anythiug that^is in daily u.-e and are of
courso entirely.'out of place with a tai?
lor made gownior any walking costume.
The fancy pompadour silks are nmdo
up into - exceedingly dainty parasols.
Those come wath blue, pink, yellow or
'white ground,..with the sprays of flow?
ers embroidered"on them. Sometimes
thoy aro made up with hue raffles, but
again nro .-perfect plain. The bandit
are of wbiiewood, and there is n big
bow ou top. Thoy aro extremely reason?
able iu price, considering their beauty,
and can bo bought as low as ?0. Iudoed
nil parasols uro much cheaper this sea?
The V.'rddine Gorrn.
It is high timo for brides to think
xuoro about tho becoming qualities of
tho wedding gown and less about con
?ventiouulity, for it is undoniably a very
trying costume, and it is only tho inter?
est of tho occasion, as well as the lov?
ing sympathy of relatives and frionds,
which makes a halo about a young worn
su at a time,, that causes her to be con?
sidered beautiful Tho truth r.f tho mat?
ter, frankly stated, is that tho majority
of worueu novor.lookod worse in their
Jives than when arrayed ior tho altar.
Can anything-bo moro-trying, for in?
stance, than tho ? usual high necked
?hito fa?p bodice.,.that _ ijiuukea a Snir
I young pin possibly on a nerynoiaoy
in buiuiw r? Even in winter tho effect
? is to turn a blond complexion yellow
! ami make a brunette look sallow ami
! dark, ami in summer it is unspeakably
I uKly and uuopinfortablo.
While low uockodgowns are not con?
sidered k""<1 form fur wedding aitiro
'. (:niil certainly thoy are not dosirablo for
broad daylight)) it scorns as if a coin
I promise might 1?' arraugcd botwoon a
\ ball cut bodice and tbo high, stiff collar
now in vpguo. A yonng girl's threat is
goiicrally too pretty to coucoal under
stiff "wigau'1 and folda <>f thick satin
Thon niatorials, such ns crrpp iisso or
mousselino <h> soio, arc f:ir prettier aod
more beoomiug than silks or satins.?
Mew York Tribuuo.
ODDS AND LNDS.
Thoro arc 13,000,000 mou of military
ago in tint United States.
The first crop of lea grown in Natal
was in the year ib^l. Today Natal tea
Sixtcou pints of tho juice or sap which
uiakos iudiu robber id frequently taken
from ouo troo.
it is estimated that morogold and sil
vor havo boon .sunk in tho son tlian nro
uow in circulation ou the earth.
.Soft, whito broad, soups and other
cooked victuals nro bcliovod by scientific
deutists to bo the cause of tho provnil
inj^ decay of teeth.
By brushing slims with u soft hrusli,
rubbing it little glycerin well into tho
leather and polishing with a very clean,
s..ft brush no blacking will bo required.
In tho Japaucse Itinguago it is very
easy to gol a fow useful phrases, an tho
pronunciation is not difficult, ltcallyto
know it, however, is almost impossibla
for on Ranuljali. A.;. _
? HEALTH ar.d BEAUTY
V Insured by the use of
$ Pine Blossom Soap.
f> The purest and most ef
0 fecttvc medicated soap
^ known. Unequaledasa
r) beautifier and prevent
ivc of all disfigurements C
K or blemishes of the skin, n
^ It speedily removes $
<fr pimples, blackheads, <*
uncss and oiliness
$ of the skin, and soothes $
and heals all irritation ; t*
J cleansing the pores and ?
^ aiding nature to do her a
0 work. $
Sold by all Druggists,
Price 25 cents.
FOSTER WiEDIClNE CO
? BALTIMORE, md.
Bick Readaeheand relieve nil the trouble! ii:oI
d< ni to u bilious state of the system, such as
Di /./.Hirns. Nausea. Drowsiness. Distress after
eating. Pain In Ute Side. ?o. While their rnost
remarkable sucecss bus been shown iu curing
Headache, vet CARTER'S l.inirc LlVtn PlLLS
nr.. equally vabmi.lt.' in Cnnstipaiion, curiug
and preventing thtsaanoy Ingcomplaint, while
they also correct all disorders of ihe stomach,
stimulate tin- liver ami regulate tbu bunuU.
El ea it they only cured
A^hc they would !><? almost priceless to those
who suffer from this distressing complaint;
but fortunately their goodness does not end
here, and those who <.iif<- try them will Und
those little pills valual.lo in so many ways that
tla-y will ifit I?. willing, to do without thta'U.
hut otter all bead
[to tbo banc of so mam- lives Hint here Is where
Ave make our Croat boast. Our pills curt; it
while others do not.
OiargR'a LiTTLt Liter Fiu-- nro very small
nnd very easy to Ink.-. One Or two mils make
? d?*e. They nro strictly vegetable and do
not gripo or purge, but by their gentle action
Please all who use them In rials al cents;
live for 31 Sold everywhere, oi sent by uiaiL
CAariR uzt::..:- 60., tu* 7?i.
U HL 5ai Ik U Wa
- *-1 '-- ? hMi.
itbes the rhil i.
a!i pa h, cures v
'oin.mh nnd bOy
fteu tho gums, ni.
cholio, i emulate*
lid im ttie best
ramedy for.dinrrhtia Tuen: -? o renn
bottle, sold by ail druggists throughout
the world. ielC-su,w
our Handsome Millinery Parlors will be open and
anjd we will display our Pattern
Will be pleased to have the ladies call and
At 2-3- 0!o EVlsrket Square,
Consisting ol PARLOR, CHAMBER AND KITCHEN FURNITURE and every
thing in the Furniture line. Urn stock of
is immense, and will be sold remarkably cheap. we do not sell ON instal?
MENT, we Only sell for cash.
iBStaiuflJ fileans Higii Prices. Casii [deans Extremely Low Prices.
Come to our store, look through and convince yourself.
COUNTRY MERCHANTS ^Lt^n'V" GIVE US A CALL,
niture as low as any Northern Market, thereby saving them TIME and MONEY.
We also handle the BEST FURNITURE POLISH that is made. Try a bottle.
12-5 Olt.1 All i i'ls:??t Square.
AUCTION sa 1,1 >-l ; 1 I 111. I?AV
BY VIRTUE Ol- A DEED OF TRUST DATED
the 20th day of Apr), iu the year 1S93. from
Willhtiii Denhyto me, as trustee, duly reo rdi-d iu
the Clerk's olnce of the Count v <'?urt ef Norfolk
county, and at the request ol iln- -p .it < tlirrln
secured. I will j-ell nt public nuc i"U at the Keal
festste Eschaus*, i-, m;,im ?tree'.Koriolk. Va. ou
THUI SDAY, April Ulli, is ... at m o'clock in., the
fullowiiic jirnportv. to-wit: AM, THAT CER?
TAIN Ln'l <>F LAN'li.sltoated In Taunrt'* Creek
I)l-trut. Norfolk county, Va., kuown mi' de-ii:
ii led . ;? lot uuinlH-re . two f.'i ou liu pint Bled ?Ith
ibedetd from Westwiod A. Todd nr.il Richard II.
ltak*r, tiu'tce, to E. W.Pte*. and itcoreed In tue
Norfolk Connie Oauit Clerk's "ilii-: said lot num.
kt two, containing two aire... tHirty-two po!ei
an-l l l Uinlfl ami de'crltcd tit shown on tbe plut
aiorcsald, and t" width reference is made for a
(urtbtr description ot i lie tame; and is the same
property conveyed said vtfm. I'onbv. Jr., by
John Leaner ?iirt wife by their deed dated the".ril
.lay of \| ril. Ih^, ami duly recorded
TERMS?Due-hall ia?h, balance In two ciiinl In?
stallments, payable in tlx and Iw-lvc months a ier
rlate, with luteies' fro>a date,lb' deferred pay
utruts lo i"' evldeured by negotiable nrouilssory
ii tea secured by a deed ot trust ou ttie property, or
all cash, :>t the option ol Hie purchaser.
A. 11. SELDNER,
II; Town>eud & Joynes, Auctioneers.
V)VRSI.'AKT TO A DEED OF TKL'ST MADE BY
1 He?i?M. Oliver and Thomas II. tilivcr, l?r
husbaud, dried February 'Jhth, IWKI, ami recorded
luiv ll. P"i, p, 31, Clei k S ollicc i oi poratlon c ntt,
oi Kortolk, v ii. ?n<l at ri-,|in>i ,,i the ercdltoi
i h re n m i ,red, I hull ->-!l at p ibl c au lion a't in
NuiiolU, It - i Estate Exchange Mam ktreet N.n- ]
lo k, \ a. Uli' ItSDAY ?Jhdayof April, lew, |
at It o'clock in., the h-lowm- i lopiTly, i?-wlt:
LOT 01 LAND, wllii improvements thereon, situ
Sled'on the wesl bi.lo nt Mirstia'l avenue. Dram
bieten Ward, Nnrlolk, v ... dUlnnt twenty-fire
troi from the north side of Bon I live: and limit?
ing on ?a>l Mniahall avenue, iweuly-dvc fest, with
a oi )'i Ii of one buuilrol sud twenty-live feet. Also I
t ? use uf ill ? lane leading .r un tin north .i-1 ? oi
Bond ?Ircet tothe land above mentioned,
~ti:kms Cash ?? tiM,loo und expenses of stle,
Sad residue of purchase price of properly in two
equal Instilments, |arable iu six an > twelvs
, i Hi Iii : i.day of sale n iq>c;ilvely, snd carrying
Interest from Imit day. and Mceur d by drol of
tiu-t on propiny, I? lie drawn and recorded at
.1. D LOWNSBKRY, Trustee,
TOWNSEND & JOYJi?,
Iti:AI. i si a i i: a?:i:> i s.
W. H. H. Trice & Co.,
30BANK BTRCBT, FIIONE Mi.
RESIDENCES-8 new Ileuses. abtat.
17;, Boushstreet;all modern Improvements.
? I in IN Mariner ktreet, ll Shields -trcct.
: j Walke ktreet,
- nice liouscs. Hrasahleton avenue,
t; .7 Levitt avenue, IUI i ur? aveuue,
Iftj n ii.,. .ir.,".
Bermuda *treH. 37 t'i High Ktreet,
?n.i r<! Cowherlaadstreet,73 Manner st.
11 Cba' ?? - r .1.
Flat?lie Bank street
? ittlcet?81 Main it rest
8:..n--- T7 Hunt Street, SSI Main ?treet.
Laren store nuuoslts Ferry Wharf.
B OB? .;t native lUddingt m bulidlog.
: Ifi 1 j i h i'i Ii tr.ei.
Werenotises Tnnls' wharf.
139, <>'.<. 71 Water street, ten Cbur,.h street,
?.'?iu feel wharl for rant cheap,
4 Warehouses l wharf.
H. C HoQgarfl & Co.,
126 MAIN STREET.
1'HONK No, 7|J.
FOR BENT?78 ilighland, si Kelly, 4'J
Wood, 73 Charlotte > hapol, nw, US, 401
und n i HiKhl m 1. '.< ami 13 ll.ixter, 130 Wil
loughiiy, l..i Hint I'-'.'> huriiiiulu - rao>, eight
loouik, 418 |.er month; IH l'.retvcr,tH>Chapel
Ii u i iiHpel ftieet. two itoi-ea coroec
Kivhtb wit I I il'i rtv ftro' t-. It rulnv.
Full SALE?Si <? honte ou WiUounhhy,
two on I'ark.one OU tllbbs tour on High?
land, thrne ou Reservoir, onu ou i'nnttull,
twu mi l .illiUu'l. two on I .oVitt, min mi ? lay.
Nice lota on Freemason, Itouih. Dnrtmonth,
Corprew, Marshall, HiRltlntn'., I'nrk, Ken.
and tiibbn also several un-o f.ums for
^t?Jci;. grain or trucking, on easy torms
WHY PAY RENT?
When ti.'. cash and from Sid to $20 par
month will 00v yoa R nice homo on either
Oigl.lnu.l. Corpraw, Rowlan t or Lhvieion
Kveuuee. l or (urtlior partioulera applv to
K. L. PAGE & CO.,
Fole ngenta, No. 10 llauk street.
i argain's this week
?13 . ? I. B^ ,
1 jO Main Streot,
'in lai ii;s-.-ilk walsts; ? Uli.
DUKN'i beyers, a-.'!>
8e, He. l.".,e. 10V
id. u nh double Hie
p.l c .|Uuto.l.
Dissolution oi Co-Partnership.
The ro-pnrtnerthip heretofore e'.inline;
between H gh N, i . go au I V> il iatn i anmll,
having expired by limitation, this 30th d iy
ol March, is here y dissolve'. All persons
ludet, t. il to the sail Brill ?ill|lu.i-e Ulrike
paymentto tlii^h N. in a, No. 'ii tlranhv
I reel, t w out all claims eKiuust the said
Urin mtist : e pte onti il.
ill till N. PACE,
It t ll-3t WILLIAM I'ANMI.I,
IIIAVB THIS day IHIROHAHED from
i'.. Loweuberg ? n I 'J'liomae Ii. Willoos.
trust tlianorehau ii-- >n i book acoo nt
of tno l.tle ttr.f W. F. Allen .V < o. 1
tit i continue th < wholesale groco ? busi
nentat!i7 aihlOil Water street. Norfolk. Va.
1 ?hall appoint VV, F. Af.LEN mj ageut to
? omi et -.h i busiuoai, l' ntithoritvti
i nv for o.ieh only. tiiomas KKi ill.
Maroh 80th. 1806, mr 11-2 v
,j wlenulne. /
VV/TTeS i?ar?,sl?sysislU*li i?D.t?..k/S
r ,S\ f>*sjd i'- w.-io it ? ??? ? >????? ,fj
i, i .( /. -1...? in U.-.I 1 ?.. .\\
*r-v _TV^7: , i vV e... i l l.irrlli- V
Pi <t^Vs-.J;' ' lake ni. olh.r. /;<?'.?? V
Drttfcttu, ..i mj I.-, in ManiM for
tik.i.r.. twaiaMaUli iBd "ItelUf
rl.adlr*." la UUtr, S| rilurn Mulb
lO.nno Tmiioi,ol?i.. samt Fm tr,
t'hlrkrotrr I h. ml. ul Co., Madlmn Mqunre,
?.4 i,/ ail l.uctl l.iurglit?. I'ktluda.. fo
saa. ??????IIB and Whlekc7 Hahlt*
InKBlH HhU8 o'jn-d nt hoini: wltn
i OH H^tl S H NflH out pain. IwiokOfpar
! IrJ 9i M ftfl WWm iwuu^h koih i ittt
MSBisfas? ? r5iia"a7aMl II. M. wool1.EY. H.H.
1ST vui^-, niotohull ii.. Atluutn. tin.
AUCTION BAI-KS ? FVTVKIi DAY*
Ilty w. U. Hannah, Auctioneer.
I)V VIRTUE OF TWO (2) DEEDS UF TIM'S*
I) made to us as trustees, b> Edmonla B. Frogtt,
and at Ibe reqlUMjl of lbs e,editors iheein sei ur i?_
we -bail se.l ui j> ililtc auction, at tin- Norr?lk Ka]
Kttele hxchaug>.No. US Mam streit, on the St at
day of APRIL, ISM, at 12 ui., He following prop*
I erty, tc-wlt:
First ALL THAT CERTAIN LOT OF LAN Is,
! with tin.. Improvement! Ibereon, situated in Uran>
, liluion Ward, of ihr .-uy of Norfolk, in the State of
Virginia, aud bounded and described follows:
Beginning at a puinl on the oJst side nf Kellf
avenue, dlatanl uue Imudrsd | ?m feet from th?
southeast corner ..1 Highland nml Kelly avouuea;
thence runulng southwardly along thoaaid Kellr
avenue,twenty-four (21) feet; tb.- ceruiif Initiate*
wardly one tunned ami tturty-thne .tun lets,
more or less; thenco Bortawn'dly about lif.y-twe
(Hi feet to the line of E. It. Fraget; thence west*
wardly, uljtig the aoulborii line <> I-:. it. Kraget's
property,one hundred and sis 1106) feel, moie op
lev>. l)te?l of i rust beai mu dale on i In t wenty*nrss
day "l I Mm.ber, iu tin- y.ar 181)3. and recorded is
ili ? Clerk's office of tbe Coriioratiou t onn of the
eil? ol N.ii folk, in P i-,l Itook 11 ?b, pane 183.
Second. AUL THAT CERTAIN IA)T OR PAR?
CEL OF LA NO, with ihe bulldii.gs aud Improve*
mi- ts then on, situated in Ittaiubleton War.I. ot i ? ?
. uy ..i Norfolk, Slate ol Mrgln a, and bounded au>
dovcril ed i? lolbrss:
Beginning on tin. south m ir ot Itaxier street at a,
point i.iu' hundred (100) i'evi from 11 e southweater?
inteisectlon u( Mull by avenue and lltxter stieev.
ami running southwestwtirdly on south side ? >
Itaxier strei t tw. iity-tirc (25) feel; theuee s rutb?
wardly ami parallel with hlallby avcuue alxiy |60?
Let. thence eastaardly ami parallel with Baxter
street ?.:>-nvr feel; thenue norlhwaidly an*
parallel ?Uli Malii.y uvcuuesixty feet to tin- place
uf beginning, Deed of trust bcarlna date ou tu?
I wen 11 Hi day nf March, in ibu y.ar 189?, and
rrei rdrd in Dcid Iki k lots, page 2.YI, of the Clerk**
ntBce of the Cornurat Ion Court oi tin.- city of Not
TERM ? Ca>h.
r.FORGE W. DEY,
.1 v\ hi Nil.i;,
T. It, BORLAND,
W. M. HANN til,
By T. r. Rogers, Au ittoheer.
HY VIRTUE i'F \ DKEU <>l ASSIGNMENT
Irani W, F. Ml. ii ami inf.'. lon-a.tniM.fi
dated the I.Hi day ol I'cbru ly, ISM, au.l d ly
n>.Inl. wr will'ti ll at pul.lie auction, at lb*
Heal I-tat Exchange, 111 Main s reel. N..r...lk,
Vs.,on MONDAY, theSth day o tpiil, I8S\ at la
in., the following iir pert] iu the i-ltv uf No r..lV.
1. THAT ('EitrAIN LOT OF LAND with the
tloiehomc I In r. mi, situated at uortlan i ? rmni
Ihne and Cuuiberland strc t . -aid lot fronti ok
lin c street and r.ms back to the land ..t-Jack
2." THAT < EltTAIN LOT OK LAND wph the
duo ling-boiisi No. 27s tbetvou, situated en tins
Orth side of Hute street, said lot run s on Um?
street and runs buck lietwecn the 11 p rty above
mentioned on the west and ihe properiy ol J, I*,
t'otiperun the cast to the land of Jackson on tbe
.; THAI Cl PI AIN LOT OF LAND with tbe
bull Hugs Nos. IS.', 181 and ISC tber.on, which los
,r.iii- '?! nit ..a word side ..i Cumberland street
ami tun? i .0 k I0J feel.
4. THAT < EHTAIN L< >T < I LAND with t'ai
buldlnz Ni. :?-'- Ihereou, situated ..n the iiortb side
oi Ei ?Iii n ktrei ?.
:?. TUM' UEHIAIN LOT OK LANK with Ihe
build Ibu No 28fl M in street ti et -.u. ueeiiplcd 1.?
Mr. W.l. Mien as a residence said lot fronts 13 leek
0 Inch's on Main sticel ami run. back 10? feet ?
1 ctua and is about ?I feel wid 1 Iu in., nan.
1; I'HATt KdTAIN I. il <>K I.AN0 |iui in iu.tr
orthelu above d scrilied. which I t fronts IS feet
il In. Ins 1111 I ?-1.111 la sue: a id run- bilk 111 Iu. s
S i".' es, ee 10 "i Ii -s. locctlii r ?itu ihe kit ui laus)
w icb extends lium tins Kit to East street, 01s
win. I. it Civilis it feel.
I llll.M- -Cash.
j. It LOWKNBI IM.
T. 11. WILLC ?X.
T, K. ItOtiKRi,
IHf NORFOLK UUPHONt EXGHANUt
ot'ieis eominnuieation with over sight
bnutlrotl subscribers. Are yon on tha
ist i It not can yon aiior i not ;o have
a t. lopbono at your piaco ol busiuess *
Ann what a comfort an 1 safes;tin 1 1 it is
to liavo a tulepbouu at your rosiiltu-'o
Atteunuu is called tu tue I.ONU DI8?
I'ANt I SYSTEM <>! WIRES, by wind?
communication Is in bo bad, ttpou pay*
niOUt ol a smail toll. With Kowpoi t New t,
Hampton, I'Ueaupeako City. Old Point.
Hiiihdk, Smitb?eld. Barretts au 1 I -
tall on the manager, or m ud In in wog I
und lie will call on you.
j. W Ci: VV8. Manager.
('. E. McCLUKH, Distriot Supt. le-8-tf
i n gel quickest ami best results
in advertising is the vital iiues
Reach t!io substantial classes
in times like these is an abso?
Not think that haiihazard,
promiscuous aihci tiMiiij will
do the work.
only necessary to place your
favors with a paper like 11112
NoKl W K VIRGINIAN, wliii li
reaches the masse- and obtains
the results desired,
SAM W. SMALL,
ATTORN E Y AT l_ A W,
No. b DlLf. Sruttr.
NOHFOI.K, * VIRGINIA.
Mr. Small will practica in the t 'ourte ot
the Stat.. and ol ti.o Unit, d slatos.
Price-81- of Aid.iinitj:-t..
or P.O. It^v yilNI. Ni ?? Y. rl:.