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MAIN AND v OMMEHOE si UEET3.
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THEOIHOI LATIONOI IHK VIKGINIAM
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i? trrMer than that f *uy papei puUuaiiu.l
&viron.nto.lin the t?" e ties.
? t e delivered in the riti,. uf Norfolk and
poriantonth and ?an ri>- tor in eoul> a
week. ' a;I * ib ri} : 'Uh. postage paid.
f v,. Dollar' pot year; three I i .are bir - it
roo itli? One l'i '.'i-ir an i fl ty Cent* for
throe m.ii tli-. an! fifty Dents lor oun
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toraarouot nliowa.l '.o exceed t eir spa o
or iiiherlii-e other llinti tl.oir loui linale
bneiiicait. except by paying especially for
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eight pages, i< dolivoieJ. poitagi : m
three uioutbt. 35c.; sii mouths, 60o, twelve
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The t'tjiteii l'ress correspondent at
SnntiuRo tie Cuba thinks the revolution
in Cuba really amounts to very little.
There is a plan on foot to span Nia
gora Falls with oubles for the purpoae
of currying passengers across the rag
Within tbe past four years, that is to
soy from 1S.'"> to 1894, 0,970 now poat
ollices have been established in this
country, of which 1,4.90 were in the
South and only 2,474 in the North. The
South gets two-thirds of tbe total, al?
though tho smaller section, remurks au
lioiiM. i 11: \\ \ it it.
The tide of immigration is steadily
increasing ami scarcely a week passes
but that new bome-Beekcrs come among
us. Indeed, the South is atlractiug
more attention just at this time than at
any period of her history. Never siuce
the war has the South been so much
tulkcd about as dining the hist six
mouths, From all uver tbo country,
remarks an exchange,particularly from
tbo Western States, auob iu< Nohraskn,
Kansas, Dakota uml even as far North
as Canada aud the Middle and Now
England State?, there teems to bo a
tendency toward the immigration of
the bomo-seekers aud farmers to the
Tho Chicago Mnii in referring to
this matter, says that the South un?
doubtedly to-day offers aa tnnuy ad?
vantages for the thrifty farmer with
moderate or little capital as auy other
section in the United Stuten, Good
farms cau be purchased in the South
for from ?"> to Sl? an acre iu close
proximity to large aud thriviug cities.
The railroads of tbe South are making
a strong effort, the strongest iu their
lives, to induce Northern farm immi?
gration, for they at laut realize tho im?
portance of such immigration, aud have
seen by actual experience what immi?
gration has douo for the big Westeru
roads. It says also tbut tbe Northern
farmer cau take forty acres of land and
make more money oil' it than he can
with mucU more land iu the North or
Northwest, aud it is right.
The South offers better inducements
to the cluss of people ol whom our con?
temporary speaks than uuy other seo
"tion of the couutry, and no where else
is capital safer, or cau greater returns
be bad for the nmouuts iuvestcd than
in the South. Whst is here said of the
farmer and home-seeker upplies equally
to all others who nre ioukiLg for a place
of eafe tiu.1 profitable iiive.-tmeut, it
matters uot whatever may be the par?
ticular mdustrj- iu which they may de?
sire to embark.
JtOli Ml HUM V-l II Us OF A FA?
RlOl'N Ul tll.l Al l 1M.
In a recent pamphlet, Henry Cer
nasclii, the ablest by all odds of Eu?
ropean bimelallists, expresses the opin?
ion that "es soon as the coinage of silver
by the United States was free Europe
would act towards the United States
ju6t os Clermauy acted t iward- France)
80 long as France coined silv.-r. 1. irO| c
wouid demonetize large masses ot silver
oud tend tbeni to Philadelphia to Ret
them made into dollnis, with wh ob
dollars she would get gold dollars dis?
patched to her.
"Why ia not the coinage of silver free
in Franco'/ Because, were tho coinage
free, all the gold would emigrate, and
Franco deprive! ol gold wouid no
longer luve a monetary medium, either
with Eogluud or with Germany, or
with tho United Stabs. Very venture*
some would bo those who sbonld ro. om
mend the United States of America to
undertake single handed what France
will undertake only triple Landoil,''
By "triple-handed" Cei'iiuschi means
an ellianco between France, Germany
und England; but there is abundant
lideueo that l?.inco don't crave a
Laud io tbo making ol even Hint wort
of au experiment. Sbe tried bimetal?
lism, iu ullintiee witb Italy, the Nether?
lands, Switzerland aud Greecei and
Spoiu was nominally iu the ring, aud
practically, loo, Since i<li<i conformed
her coinage t.i that of the Latin union,
aud benoe, naturally, absorbed large
amounts ol thu union's metallic money.
Franco fouud out that a power for iu
ferior loherself.iu muuoy resources aud
skill, could knock hor theoretical
lionblo slaudard into a oocked bat, and
force her K> !-to(> coinage ol Ibo depre
dating and interior metal. She is not
the leasl likely to forget that lesson,
tier publio men aro absolutely indifler?
eut lo what tbe Oermaus or English
du iu relerenoe lo their own currency,
except tbey would like to seo Uermauy
try bimeialism, as that would give
Franca an opportunity to even the
seoro of 1872 '73, referred to by Cer
Ill M > I >S i|l.\ IN roi.iTic?.
The Chicago Newa deplores tbo fact
thai BO many business mcu tako no part
in the polities of their^coaluiiinities.tnil
holds that mueb injury id catiiiCtl
thereby, 'l'he News is right. The evil
it points out, however, ns is often tbo
o&so, :s not reoognizod until ilamugo is
done. HtiMiness men who koep them?
selves ttlool from politics maku a mis
take, and whenever tbo practice is
followed, they are apt to bo called
upon in ono way or nnotber to pay the
penalty of their iuditVerouce. Thero
are always those who are porlectly
willing to relieve thorn of stiuh duty
and not infrequently to thoir cost.
Business men und politics oaunot bo
wholly divorced. (iood Koverunietit
detnatuls otherwise, and wheuovor the
opposite obtain?, society Butlers.
?i in- lcuinutl Cathedral ?t Macao, union.
IteiiuiaiitM of what have once been uiiyhty
Of tessellated huLln,
The myriad ministers nnd worshipers of CKd,
tu golden portals and Immortal ?pires
And altar* lit by over burnln* lire*.
What arc you now, atones sal red and sublime,
but u loose pugu torn trom this hook of time? j
Nevor again shall naVo-und transept hear the
Of the ?? Magnificat's" glad refrain,
Nor rise upon the evening breesu
Tbo vespers' spirit molodtea,
Wliero ouco lbuy rose In mr
The pagan t?.iiit,.ins blare,
Ami in the place of Latin prayer and ?ong
Aro beard tin: baatbeu cymbal und the- gong.
Thy halls aro filled with specters sbudowy gruy
liy night Hinl day,
The.tenf.it father general, sweet aud sad.
Tim deatbleas poet of tin- Lusted,
liishopsand brothers, princes, padrea, poera,
Holdtors in armor, merchants, buccaneers
Throng overy spot.
Contrasting what has been with what Is not.
Vet. ? cathedral, though thy days uro (led
And thou al t but ? phantom froiu the dead.
Thy work ahull live until tho final dny
And grow aiwny,
in wiser mens ores than the past has wrought.
In better manners, nobler Ian-sand thought.
The yours to coma thine epitaph shall Und
lu tho new nice of godlike humankind.
?5lnrgtnritii Arlinu Hamm.
Tin. Cigarette FletuT.
Ono of tho Fiesta buildings! tit Santa
Barbara,burned by tho graceful thought
fulness of n cigarette fiend who deposit,
ed a stub in Bome mos.;, is to bo imme?
diately replaced by n better gtruoture.
Hut moautinio the fiend may have se?
cured another oigarette.?San Frauoisco
The fathers are coining to the front.
The older Howells has just issued bis
book with un introduction by tbo son,
ami now it is said that Kipling's "Jun?
gle Hook-' is tu be illustrated by the au?
thor's father. ? Boston Journal.
Eight Years of Suffering
Perfectly Cured by Hood's
' <: I. Hi.oa &<?,?.. Lowell, Mass.:
"Wo have tri.-<I Hood's Sarsuparlllaand
Und it to bo all >?..11 clabn lor it. My wife
M is |h Isoiied by Ivy when a y? .tiiin woman.
:n:d tor eight years was troubled every
Hood's : Cures
season with ihn breaking Out uptl tcrrlblo
Itching and burning. 1 thought In-rs was
as bad a rase as a yohe ever had. She
wa< iu this distressing condition every
>.ar until she began to take Hood's >arsa
parilla, which has effected a perfect cure,
without leaving any scars,and she has had
No Sign of the Poison Since.
She U well and hearty. 1 have taken
Hood's Sarsaparille after the giip with
good results, and have also given it to our
four children. Wo arc all pictures of per?
fecthealth and owe It to Hood's Karoapa
rllla." J. c. PiiKEMAX, Vaudalla, ill.
Hood's Pills act easily, yci p: inptly
and efficiently, on tho Ibrar. and bu___.
?sa r I rn i i ?
Constantly forging ahead, always serving the people with the
Freshest, Brightest and Most Reliable Ready-to-Wear Clothes of
Standard Make at Manufacturers' Ground Floor Bed Rock Prices con?
tinually throngs every department in the Mammoth Establishment.
The flood tide of Unprecedented Bargain Values flows on steadily.
There is no wavering of purpose, no unnecessary noise nor anything
other than the steady bustle of a lively and legitimate trade, built on
awSL jb~b. ?mw jSi*. as&ti jtSsts? MaWiror ^5tsw^
THE TEN DOLLAR MEN'S SUITS on sale this week are by far the Greatest
Bargain Values iliat have ever beeu put on the counters in the History of the house.
another. The style,
We know thai every cloth- f?*""?
11112: store in town has suits ?
to sell at Ten Dollars. The S
quality is one thing*, the
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make and linish of these
are far above the
S ordinary range, and the
patterns are as pretty as suits that usually command double this price. As a matter of
course we have cheaper suits at-cheaper prices, and liner suits at higher prices, but we
reter to this Ten Dollar Range as Unprecedented Bargain Values, and are just as good
for the ten as one ten dollar l>ill is worth another.
People do say that the YOUTH'S SU ITS we are quoting at the Six Fifty are in
every way as good as Suits they've many times paid three and four dollars more and
never got clothes made so good'?TST**???????????"????*^?"g Seven-Fifty and Eight Dol
not lit any anything like as well. ? CjLr (Csau. SSL & % ':lls ;ul(i upw ards to the
There are other suits iu the 8 -aj?j| yLjb f finest Youth's Attire money
Youth's Department at Seven. S ^ir^ ? ? produce, and the line
1 _r (??eeaooo??eaeo?oeoc?oc9????os?co?i> >
consists of Many Novelties al prices that only manufacturers can touch.
For One Forty-Five your boy can be clot lied in a neat looking, good, strong, serviceable
? suit, beyond the shadow of a
S doubt, contains all the value
I and merit there i- ever possible
suit in sizes ranging to age I o
The Pants are made with double t
knees, reinforced seat, patent 2
bands and riveted buttons. This I
? to crowd into the (hie Fort v
Five. Better boy s suits at Two Dollars. Two Fifty and upwards until you have reached
the best and finest Children's Attire known to the trade.
KNEE PANTS at the Bargain Price ?osoesooosooeaosoesssoaoo?
of Fifteen Cents puts a dime in your pocket g
when you buy them here. ?
Neckwear in the Furnishing Goods ?
Department at Fifteen Cents saves Ten g
Cents every time.
Hosiery at Fifteen Cents in Fast Black
S First-Class Goods that counts an equal sav
t ing on every pair you buy.
2 Brettelles de Paris Suspenders at Fif
g teen Cents saves ten pennies. They are
S strong and well substituted for 50c. grade.
You can save nickels, dimes and quarters enough in the various departments in buying your Furnishing Trinkets
here to enable you to go to the Annex Building and buy a Hat with the surplus.
> til: ?L.
Bear In mind the Clothing you get here fits correctly. Alterations, when necessary, arc made free of cost, and
nothing is permitted to leave the premises unless it fits properly, matters not whether Ready-Made or Made to Order.
Special SU 01 Miel st
Wo havo purchased the i-to. U
of To let et of a largo in port it
at about halt their rnluc, slid
propois t) ie)l them on the tamo
Betl ?orth S H 5(1 ttillbeioldat $ "i 00
?? ? 13 03 . 0 50
IS 00 . 7 00
?< 'M im . io r.o
?? ?? -25 OJ . IB 30
Tlieie arc ti l lino Imported
China, ami the price they are of?
fered at arc leas than coat in
1 ramie Without the d-.tv.
I Mil 8 N
Nos. 08 and rear o\ <)2, 94,
y6, 08, lull and 102
Pirated .roil and l.i.k, h.
n aie vfcalico, .-.t ??.-?.' o!
50c, 7.-M- &i
? .i. lered u; 10c,
< reprn Wiiitf, ii
"-lit Wd?li irotn $\!.\
> to ti.? a
pn. e Slop arid look nl thrui ai /
EllflS BAIL 190 Roh Sl?
John H. Woodbury'i
for 1he skin. scalp and complexion.
V7oodbnry'n Fach 1 Soap, while posit'ialas
remarkabh mod dual an.l aiitiieotiu pro.;?
ervo- baa no peer as a Toilot Soaji,
PltlOB ouly it com- a cuke: u.aal pi loa
LAWRENCE ft HOLMES',
DKD6SISTS. ?0.73 HH STREET,
OPPOSITE ST. JAM EH -Of-I.,
NORFOLK, - ? - VIRGINIA.
C;i 11 iat
14 3 and 145 Church Street.
_?Kt?l Rolis New Mattin2
_?_$1j from ioc.
Rolls Linoleums from
6oc to $i per yard.
Frort-, S3 to$75
FROM 2 S o. TO SOo.
Buying for Cash. We Can
ChlekeMer'* I mcM.1i Iiinir.un I It rand.
p <Tf~v Original and OrIj Genuine. A
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A PERMANENT OHRE '
el' ho motl ob?l .i m?i mi ? guaranteed in irons 3
to fc> day,; uo ol tier treatment required, ami wita
oul the n?u,eatlng result, ol dodiig with Cubeba,
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ceMorato brouil l'baiuiacltn,Purls. At all itru_.