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A. /> .Mnll. ljt.OO0 TrMlmenl.U. Namtniptr.
NYE ON BLOOMERS.
HE SAYS THEY ARE GOOD THINGS
AND SHOULD BE SUSTAINED.
Wllldl I.clKln to a IVw l; i-murin Alm: it
tho Ni-'.v Woman uml Her I'ropor Spliorv,
Win i. in Will II? Sven That Wlllltttn llo
llevea In tin> Girls.
[C< ityriKlit, ISU5, by Edgar W. Nyo.|
Trifoliutti McGlow, Mousou, Me.,
writes to kuow if I will give uttcrnuee
to ;t fow sublime tnitlis rcgnrdiug the
use of tho bloomer, etc.
Yes, I will tit) so villi pleasure.
Tliero'a mtuiy :t true word uttered iu
jest, ;uul I would rather utter it truth
accidentally and liuvo it accidentally
rend by some ouo who had become tired
of hearing truths than to stand np day
after day proclaiming a east iron truth
like the uotice of a lino of $5 for riding
or driving fust or than a walk over an
iron bridge and never gottiug any results
Truth is one of the best things wo can
proclaim tu a lost and undone world,
but she needs u new dress. Truth in
bloomers would nniko an instantaneous
if wo can keep tho disagreeable wom?
en oud elderly ladies of my own unfor?
tunate sex from wearing bloomers they
will always bo popular.
At tractive women cnu make any cos?
tume popular. It is perfectly marvelous
to notice how little clothing an attract
SVK DOESN'T OlUKCT.
ivo woman muy wear and still bo the
cynosure of all eyes, especially at tho
c iperu. Woman s!i< mid have every facility
fur health and longevity, not alone that
sho maybe the mother of statesmen who
meet each year to repeal tho laws they
passed the year before, but for her own
There have been many more startling
changes made in woman's costumo than
those of tho present, and they were
far less sensible too. There was :i time
when additions had to bo built to tho
thrones of lSuropo to admit tho royal
hoops and headdresses.
While the bloomer is hardly to bo
adopted for indoor wear, il might he
permitted as we get moro accustomed to
it, and then tho wholesome fear of a
mouse would gradually disappear. For
one I frankly admit that if I had to
wear long skirts all the time I would
tie them to my ankles and howl from
the top of a sideboard if a mouse caino
in my direct ion.
It bus been proved that n man in Iiis
nightdress cannot whip so largo a bur?
glar us ho cuii in his trousers. Statistics
prove this. Does it not show that skirts
are inimical to courage and heroic en?
Wc should also bo consist em and judge
of this matter without prejudice. Wo
.must nnt attack I ho bloomer becausowe
are bowlegged. We must have other and
Men arc often inconsistent in their
dress; according to (ho best standards.
For instance?, tho highlauder, it stems
in me, wonM look better even in bloom?
ers, und tho mosquitoes would have to
then tnrn their attention to other ami
There seems to ho n vague fear, too,
that woman will finally usurp many of
man's rights and nt last infest the
smoking room, thus taking thospico ont
of the prevailing smoking room anec?
dote. This, of course, would bo sad, hut
wc must Is* prepared for anything.
Some think that if woman should once
g.'i control of the smoking room she
would hang up cages full of canaries
and introduce little teacups, with sou?
venir spoons in I hem, of tho kind which
will convoy a drop of lea into the mouth
and tako out everything there is in tho
month, including tho ton. I would ho
.-( rry, of course, lo have this happen or
to have li ,i dealt out to 111(1 by troy
weight without < iiough in a cup to even
convey n wholesome warmth when 1 up?
set ii in my hip, hut I do not think it
will evi !? come to that. 1 think there
will always bo a room in every well
regulated home where man may go to
escape from too much refinement, a
place whore he may go and express him?
self fully when things go wrong and the
parlor is occupied by refined people, who
can sit ill a chair without resting their
weight on it.
Though I am thoroughly refined and
have a sweet nature, so sunny at times
that I have to bo careful not to sit too
near the ferns in tho conservatory, and
often when 1 am feeling well one smile
will prematurely ripen n lemon trco, yet
1 can see thill the same wisdom which
put whiskers on the man and made him
strong, so thai ho would enjoy getting
up at dead of night to chnso a cow out
of th" Phlox drummoudi, also gave him
a desire to escape from a fete chainpetro
.md seek for catfish whore the worm
Woman invades today, it is trno, al
most OVOiy walk of life, and a man who
wishes to break the first commandment
? I think it is tho fust?must bo all the
time npologixing or swear off. I must
admit that times are not the same as
tllOy used to he, hut WO llOVO lc o '."il
utio goal lesson?viz. that profnnitj can
bo dispoiisod with for weeks at a time
Without making a man effeminate.
Sumo men beliovu that to abstain en?
tirely from profanity will unsex thorn,
but statistics show that this is an ex?
ploded theory. Since tlie churches have
been thrown open to women many have
bcou surprised to sco what good has becu
done, and thousands of church debts con?
tracted by men have been paid by Winn?
en in a circuitous way by cooking up ihe
husband's groceries and selling them to |
him at a tremendous advance. One oys- j
tor in a pan of milk under willing
hands will do Wonders.
Man thinks he has genius, but what
man among you would ever think that
he might make a bountiful patchwork
quilt of his wife's dress and realize
$250.30 by voting it to the most popu?
lar colored child in the stato?
During tho summer discussions have
been going on upon two great questions
?viz, (1) Which is tho more beautiful,
man or woman? and (2) Is woman hon?
Ono would think that there could bo
no discussion on theso points, and yet
there has been a good deal, and it has
been interesting withont being abusive.
Every one remembers uld Airs. Scraggs,
who stood for an hour looking at the
Apollo Belvidcre, and then, after asking
for tho ninth tinio if it were really
Apollo, said, with a sigli that raised tho
dust of antiquity in clouds, "Well, if
that's the Apollo Belvidcre, give me
Beauty, especially in tho opposite sex,
is a local issuo. Love is said to lie blind,
but the beauty ho sees in some people
does my heart good. There's nothing
that so clearly proves the existence of an
all wise, thoughtful God more than this.
Whore would I bo today if love had not
surrounded me with a glamour for which
I would not take a good sized farm,
with NO head of stock on it?
Sondow, to tho importer of Perchcron
draft hoi sos and Rosa Bonhour Norman
dray stallions, is beautiful. To me ho is
as beautiful as a locomotivo that can
make DO miles an hour, but what well
informed man would prefer him as a
fellow tourist toward n better land to
the scores of thousands of tho angelic
host which graduates every Juno in our
own country alone?
When it comes to one sex criticising
the other, it is like one blind asylum
criticising tho beauty of a rival asylum.
My own judgment, which on general
topics is sought for every day by those
who are strangers to me. would he en?
tirely at fault in a matter of this kind,
and yet I venture to give it with char?
acteristic buoyancy and courage.
Man should lay no claim p> beauty,
for when ho enters the contest and is
couscions of it he becomes merely tho
sil? nt partner of his clothes. He should
be the trunk of tho tree, not the fuliago.
Ho should bo tho energy that moves tho
panorama, but he should not be the
So far os honor is concerned in busi?
ness, woman often saves man from dis?
honor. In licr own dealings she may bo
mote timid about the fulfillment of her
contracts than man, but that is tho fault
of her education and environment to a
cortaiu dogrco. She may ask for margins
and advantages in commercial transac?
tions which man would hesitate to ask
for, but that is because she has learned
that she can do so. Women educated tu
business methods do ntjt tako advantage
So far as honor between the two may
be concerned in affairs of tho heart,
statistics do not aid us, but our own sex
will do just as well to avoid an investi?
After all, however, anything that
savors of savage and heartless discussion
with the two arrayed against each oili?
er is wrong and dangerous. Alan is tho
oak and woman tho vine, and if tho oak
shoiiltl prove to bo decayed, and the vine
turn out to bo n poison ivy, humanity
sutler:; mid the divorce machine has to
work a night shift.
Lot us be friends.
Lot us have peace.
Girls, I will punish tho first man who
says yon cannot "holler down our rain
barrel." Do all your hollering thero if
you wish, and when yon need a new
barrel drop a postal cardio tho office for
us. It will bo attended to.
A kind friend sends this week a poem
of the narrative kind. It reminds out! of
"(Jhildo Harold," but still does not re?
semble it enough to rob it of its nrigi
SKKKIXO FOR CATFISH.
Utility. The poor distracted parents must
realize, alas! that death is not tho worst
thing we have to contend against in
l On tho Bocoiul day of September,
In the eighteen hundred and ninety-third
A little child was horn,
its mother's heart. ti> cheer.
This little child lived and grow
To lie a |>rntHin;.' boy,
;o run nhout the yard,
And glvo its parents joy.
Hut thtfl was nut long to lie
For this tlnrling child to thrive.
For s?i.<n tin- news was spread abroad
That Kit was no more alive.
'Twits in oightcon hundred and ninety-flvo,
On tho third day of July,
That In-, with two little brothers, wandered
To ? creek that ran near by.
The- llttlo ones were all too small " ~*
The danger of it ti> know.
Ami soon this one was undressed.
In u-bathing to go.
But the wider was much too deep,
And with chuck holes it abounded,
bo right away they heard at the Htoro
That little Eli was drowndod.
The next day friends interred
The remains of this little boy
In a graveyard m ar his grandfather's
By the ^.<l<- of Mr. Malloy.
Before closing I want to express my
thanks and give duo credit for it stanza
used several weeks ugo which should
hove had quotations added to it at least,
though it was ton good to ho confused
with my own work, which is almost ex?
clusively in the prose line. It is a poetic
definition of poetry and was written hy
that gifted youug poot and rentier, J.
Edmund V. Cooke of Cleveland:
"To deftly do what many dimly think,
To fund a reeling for the world to borrow,
To turn a tear to printer's ink.
To maku a sonnet of u sorrow."
A ruble With it Modern Moral.
An ungainly kangaroo and a squatty
dachshund met in the field. "What un?
gainly liinhs!" rudely remarked tho
dachshund. "Of what uses are they,
"They are good for jumping," replied
tho kangaroo, making several prodi?
"Oh, that I could jump liko you!"
"Easy enough. Let me stretch your
hanty legs for yon."
The dachshund agreed, and the kan?
garoo, exerting all his strength, elon?
gated the nether limbs of his little
friend until they compared favorably
with his own.
At this juncture a huntsman espied
tho pair, who took alarm. Tho kangaroo
pushed tho field out from behind him ill
a remarkably ungraceful but sudden
manner. Tho dachshund, however, be?
ing unaccustomed to his now stilts,
tumbled down and was shot for a kan?
Moral.?This fable shows but ono of
tho many evil results of having your leg
pulled.?New York World.
At a recent public celebration in n
New England town, at which several
state dignitaries were present, an old
gentleman of rural aspect propounded
many questions in n hoarse whisper to
his nearest neighbor.
"Who's that silting over thero in the
big chair?" he demanded.
"The governor," respondod his neigh?
"And who uro all thoso men gathered
behind him?" persisted tho old man.
"Suit," replied the other shortly.
"Allof 'em!" gasped the old man.
His ueighbor nodded.
"Well, 1 swanny!" ejaculated the
questioner after a moment's stunned as?
tonishment. "We think we've got a pooty
fair show o' Emmouses in this town,
but if all those fellows are Sweets, as
near of an ago as most of 'em look, I
should liko to see the rest o1 the family,
that's all I've got to say! My stars!
What doin'8 they must have, come
Tbtinksgivin and Christmas!''?Youth's
The Crown Prince's I'igcons.
General von Verdy du Vernois tolls a
pleasant story about the war of 1S70.
At Villeneuve-lo-Roi lie M as obliged, for
want of time, to refuse an invitation to
lunch. A brotbor officer rushed out of
the house with a ragout, which Verdy
ato with gusto, A fow days later, tho
old Empcroi William said to him at
dinner, "That is a pretty affair of yours
?my son has told me all about it."
"What, affair does your majesty refer
to?" asked Verdy.
It was this. The crown prince had ro
coived the news that two carrier pigeous
had been caught, and he had ordered
them to he sein to Versailles. On re?
turning home in the evening be found
the following telegram:
"Lieutenant Colonel Verdy has just
They had furnished forth the ragout
A minister forgot to nunounco Iho
social events for the coming week ono
Sunday morning, as was his wont. As
he was about to pronounce Iiis final
blessing one of tho deacons called his
attention to Ihe fact. No better oppor?
tunity arising, ho slopped praying and
said, "My brothron, 1 omitted to tell
you that a clam chowder will bo served
at Brother Perkins' next Thursday
evening, and 1 want you all to come,
ami bring your howls and spoons."
Then he continued his invocal ion : "And
may the Lord have mercy upon your
souls! Amen!"?New York Recorder.
Tnif cling In au Elevator.
Among others entering the elevator at
a well known Fourteenth street dry
goods establishment was u stout, deter?
mined looking Irish lady. She was cur?
ried up and down the elevator several
trips, hut evinced no disposition to get
out. at any particular department. The
man in charge finally said:
"Madam, where do you wish to bo
"Lavo mo qs near the Grand Cen?
tral daypo as ye can, "came the paralyz?
ing response. She was left.?Texas Sitt?
Little Miss Mugg (proudly)?My
papa is goin to buy mo a bicycle
Little Miss Freckles (loftily)?I'vo
had one for a year.
Little Miss Ml!UP disdainfully) ?
Huh! I wouldn't bo seen ridiii a last
"I hardly know whether to marry her
or not," said the count. "Uta-father is.
in the clothing trade. "
"There is money in clothes," said the
"There isn't any in mine," suid tho
?for Oftfantc and Children.
HIR.TY yearn' ohiorv^vtlon of Cnwtoria with the patronage of
millions of porwoan, porcnit us to Kpcnk of it without Rnot>*ting.
It is miqMnritionn.'blv tho host rf-mocly for Infants nad Chlldron
tho world hran rvor known. Tt is hnrmleaw. Children lilio it. It
give a thorn hoalth. ft ttIII navo their Uvea. In it Mothers have
eosno!hi!i(r which, in n-VioTutoTy nnfo c\tu1 praotionlly porfeot an a
Castorfs typo-t-royn nfnnn?,
Cnntorla n.7?ny? PoTTorJHhnnn'i.
Contoria provosits vornHinr? So-nr Ctit#1.
??n.ntoriq onrori TMrvrrhona and "Wind Colic.
Cnstoria ro71^von Torithtitp; Tronhlos.
Costoria onron Conntiprvtion 11nd "Flatn 1 crtey.
Cagtoria nnntrali.,i"n -tho ofTootit of oar'b'vnin no Id f^aa poifinnnn? nir.
Cantoria doos not. corttain roorphin", opimn.or other nnron^l<^rojK>rty.
Catttnrla assimilatoi tho food, sro^niatos tho nfomncV_Jn>!}ll_l10!?'?l5.?
givinrj healthy and natnral^ sloop.
CaHtoria in put up in oT>o-?:L'io hoHlog or\*y. 7.m>. in not ftold in Tmlb.
Don't allow nny onn to noil you r.n-.'thlnp: olso on the plea or prnroho
that it is "jnat an (rood " and " trill anwwor ovory purpose."
gee that yon trot C-A-S-T-O-IZ-T-A.
xh ot5 ovory
Children Cry for Pitcher's CastorSa,
L'll^ust "iHjiersioii' on flu' Hoy.
"Talk nbortt intellects!" said Webb.
"That now ufllcoboyof mine has a la-ad
that would liil grandfather's hat."
"What's tho matter now?" asked
Blnff kins cautiously. "Zouwero say?
ing only last night that that hey was so
careless you woro afraid ho might conn;
to business kouio morning without his
"1 know it. That's just what I said.
But L mean to ask that hoy's forgive?
ness. It was only this ruing that 1
learned how unjust I hail been. I gave
tho youngster sovcrol letters to mail.
Mo wun gone somo lime, so when ho
came hack l Haid,'I'm afraid yon didn't
post Ihotio h rters very promptly and
thai your carelessness has made mo mi.-s
" 'Oli, no. sir,' ho replied. 'I'm sure
I didn't waste any time. In fact, I took
care that tue first lotti r 1 put in the box
was tho one marked'Immediate 1'"?
Rcynud its Power.
Physician?And you have folt this way
for several days/ H'ml Let me seo your
Patient?It's no use, doctor. No tongtio
can teii how I suffer. ? Huston Transcript.
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The Tonic Pellet tunes up the system.
Combined form a Perfect Treatment. 25c.
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MKS-:- WHlTEaURST'S -:- SCHOOL
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For Terms ?pply r>o:t Uampbell St. S. W
Lessons in Ladies' Fancy Work.
Les-ons In FANCY WORK, CKOCHKT,
EMBHOIDERINO, KNITTING and
FLOWBH-M&KINQ. Classes for children
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SOHKHULB IN KPFKOT MAY 12, 1895.
WwHioond Leave Kotnake Ually
8:!0 a. m.(Washington and ChattanoogaA
limited) for Brietol and the South andl
West. Stops at principal stations westl
of Radford. Pullman sleepers to New
Orleans and Memphis, dining oar at?
T:05 a. m. for Eadford, Blnefleld and
l!35 p. m. the Chicago Express for Rad?
ford, Bluefleld, Pooahontaa, Kenova.
Olnoinnatl, Indianapolis, St. Louis
Kansas City, Columbus and Chioaso'
Pullman ?uffet Sleeper Roanoke?
to Columbua. Also for Pulaski
Wythevllle, Bristol, Knoxville, Chat'
tanoogaand intermediate points.
Horth MdBMtbnnnd,L?m Konuoke
10:40 p. m. for Riohmond and Norfolk
Pullman sleeper Roanoke to Norfolk
and Lynohburg to Riohmond.
8:05 p. m. Washington and Chatta
nooga limited) for Washington.
Hagorstown, Philadelphia und New
i^n Pv,nUyn?&u."l0eperB t0 Washing,
ton, Philadelphia and New v>rk vi*
;fftn,d,oah Junction and Ba^more
and Ohio railroad. Stopa only ?t
principal stations. y '
?ft?kpr(^nl?; R;??on) daily J:io p. m,
for Rcoky Mount, Martinaville, Wln
?ton-Salem and Intermediate station.?
For ftllftdditionarinformauon ?
. ?loket office or to W. B. BEVILL '
i Geatrftl Pasaengei Agent, Roanoke, Va
k M. F. BRAGG,
Traveling Passenger. Agert.