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M. OLENNAN. OwSBl
THE ClUOULAllO.\ OK IHK YlltUINIAN
b LAKQELY IN ex0es8 ot an.v other
paper published iu East tu Virginia.
its oirculatiou in Norfolk and Portsmouth
is greater ihau that of any paper |uiblislte i
oi ?.r*"iate.l in the two etile?.
.t it deliver ? in the eitios ?I Norfolk ?od
Portsmouth ?u.l ?'.?bnrb tor in cent- ?
weak. Vail aubseripiioas. t o-t ,ko paw.
Fiv.- Dollars per rear; Ihr..- Hollar? '<> It
months. One Dollar and Knly Cent? f"r
ihre.- mot ths. an 1 Hfl? Out- lot one
inont ? ...
Adtartiiemtnl* iu-oru-1 at tue rata OI ?>
Cem? a Ssla?*Kii.-i i> i iriioN; ea h anbae
queut insertion j"- Cunts, or 51
wlfts 1>>? i Titii M aat iniir.ii I'AV. i.ontrao
tors are uot allowed 10 evceed their apa ?
or advartlia oilier ilian their legitimste
busiueli. citcrpt l?J paying ospuendly lor
Tat 111 l II V VllllUMA' 1MI OlIIOI . VN,
eight pHRps. i< ilehTeiaJ. poitaito pi ,
three inouilii. 2bc. t-ix mouths, 00c, tT-elv6
i.ut. te.i A? leeoud-elasa matter.
PERSONS LEAVING THE CITY
During the summer can have THE.
NORFOLK VIRGINIAN mailed to
them by ordering it at this office,
either in person or by letter.
A writer signing himnelf "Sehorpen
bauer" has created a small-sized row
in the New York World by attempting
to prove that men is more beautiful
Tho Daughters of Liberty now num?
ber 27,001), and there'll be no lack of
young Liberty belies at Atluutu,
whether tho old bell shell get there or
not, remarks an exchauge.
Sir Henry Tyler, an English meteo?
rologist, assorts that a Hash of lightning
has a distinct smell. This is ous of the
cases where we aro willing to believe
tho statement rather thun to hunt for
Eac h of the railroads in Savanunh
will make au exhibit at the Atlauta Ex?
position. What will the ruilroads iu
Charleston do about it? asks the News
and Courier of the latter city, ami tho
questiou may be asked of sumo other
Edward 8. Flood, a colorod delegate
to the Republican County Committee
of New York, was blackballed by the
James G. Bluiuo Republican Club of
the new Twenty fifth Assembly District
on Weduesday night last, the silo ob?
jection to him huving been his color.?
otu TitAUi-: i'it<iM>i:iis Wirii
Elsewhore in today's VlROtNlAN will
be found an interesting article concern?
ing the enterprise of tho Norfolk aud
North American Steam shipping Com?
pany in its oflorts to build up trade
between this port aud Europe. The
oompsuy's agents iu this city have just
received particulars ol the launching
of its new steamship l'inucr's Point at
Bnnderlnud, Log ou the Cth iost,which
will bo put in bervico as soon as prac?
The new steamship has a capacity of
1,000 tons greater tbuti the Lambert's
Point, which railed from hero on the
11th iubtaut with a general cargo, uud
which will be followed during the com?
ing week by tho AlassapiUjua, another
of the company's ships, for Hamburg
The Norfolk and North American
Bteam Shipping Company having
foreseen tho brilliant future for Nor?
folk, are building a licet of steamships
especially adapted for tho trade con?
ditions of this port?large ships tilted
with all the modern apphaucus for the
quick loading und discharge of cargo,
La?t seaton tho North American
Transport Company, agents at this
port of the above company, loaded
thirty steamships for Liverpool, twenty
lor Hamburg and Rotterdam, two for
London, two for Leith, two fur Glas?
gow and one for Bremen. This year
they propose doing au increased basi
ness and will bo regularly in the market
for Liverpool, Hamburg and Rotter?
dam, besides doing business with the
other ports named.
As a further evidence- of increasing
trade between this port and Europe it
Uannounced that the Hamburg Amen
can Lino has decided to establish a
steamship line from Hamburg to Nor?
folk, the first ship to leave here on the
ML of October next aud regular
This company operates steamship
lines out of Alontroal, Boston, 1'hila
delphia, Baltimore and New Orleans,
and is one of the largest iu the world.
With these two lines doing a passenger
?nd freight business between this uud
I le ports named it will be seen that
direct trade between Norfolk and Eu
ftp* is an accomplished fact*
?im: Nbsmiio vr ti?; HOBT?!
l'udor this captaiu the Washington
News of a recent tiuto oontaina tue fol
luwiog concerning the negro iu politics
iu New York SUte, ami tbo treatment
of bis white bretnreu iu their dealings
with in in :
"Fresh murmurs of discontent are
liquid euioliu the negroes who take an
interest iu politics, lu New York pur
ticularly tin io ore loud complaints
from the leaders that the black voters
nrc completely iguored.
'J hero are l?.llllll negro voters iu New
York, aud as they uenrly all Idiudly
support the Itepiiblicaus, it is not to
be expected the houses w:ll pny uuy
atteutiou to the protests.
It will probably ho the midg old
story. Promises will be lunite the dia
liuarteued u eg roes, hut ibey will just
an surely l>o brokou when the pie is
ugulu passed around. I ho ticgroca
have liuugined the Pupublicaua sol
them true, but even it thnt wcru true,
it ntuouuta to nothing at this latu day,
and they should remember the con?
temptuous remark of an ugod negro,
who ouco said: "What's freedom
widout sutupiu' uui it?" liiere w?re
more Democrats in the luiou urmy
froui the North duriug the civil wur
tu ico over thim Liupublicaus, end yet
the negroes, siojplj because liiueolu, u
Itepublicau l'reaiduut,iesued tht emuu
cipatioti proclamation, have betid forced
to believe they are under everlast
lug obligations to tbu purty ol wbieb
lie was u member. They should hnve
divided years ago. As loug ua they
vole solidly tboy can expect uotbiug
from Ihn Democrats, und tbu Kepiibll
ouus will not worry much over their
complaints, lor Ibey kuow two wull
that they politically own the negroes
while Ibey am so hllud to their inter
esta us to ooutiuually trniu with a purty
thnt deoies them recoguitioo,"
Tbe thought Bomelitues occurs, how
long will it be before the uegro will
realize that Inn true dwolliug place is
iu the .South, aud thut his boat friends
.ire the Southern people? It is not
incut by Uiii tbut the white people of
the South will accord bim political
preferment auy more tbnn will tbu
white n.. ii of the North, but tbut tbu
former will at leant deal fairly by him,
and while nut aliiiiuting with bim iu
politics, mil nl the turne lime not do
eeive him. JJut it is not ulonu iu New
York thut the negro la the subject of
ill treatment ut tbu bunds of tlu?e whom
he has learued to regard as hia beat
frieoda. A writer in tbo Now York
Mail aud press, writiug from llliujis
on tbo subject, says';
"You will bo surprised to kuow Hint
hero iu Illinois in this yeur ot our
Lord, 18U5, thirty two tuars alter tbe
emancipation procluoiuiiju, and with
the fourteenth and iifteeutb amend
muuta to the Constitution of thu United
States reooguized ua the law ot tbo
laud, there are towns iu which u negro
la not allowed to live. I was appoint?
ed chairman of n ojtnmittoo to invea
tigntc album at Spring Valley, where
tInro was recently u murderous ??
htitilt of Italiiiua upon negroes. We
could not go to Soring Yulley direct,
because tho train arrived there in the
middle ot the uight uud nobody would
answer tor our lives. 1 hero wero two
other convenient stations on tbo Pock
Island road, either ol which wo might
reach by rail iu the daytime und go
tbenoe by daylight to Spring Valley,
hut ut onu of them, us wo wire credit?
ably iuformed, no uegro would be al?
lowed to get oll Ibe cars, while ut Ibo
other oven the occasional presence til
a to gro hud not bceu allowed lor years.
And Una la mid to bo ihe State ol
Tiiis could not have happened in the
South among people with whom he
has been raised, yet the negro bliudlv
cliuga to those North o! ua in profor
euce. "Tbe man and brother," oftor
all, is a queer lot.
OLD .111no it i i s.
i) i ..or o!d trysttua place tlie ilia lows full
A hnzeot'suuiiuer t?ill|tul e v.r..ill.
I lie waves Really '^.:in-i I In nvei trim,
l ne in.. tea murmur luw iheii vo'pei l.vuni.
1 t lutl aloiu auJ i lew ilia *> 1 know u - .
My IhoUghtii aic ? in tlie .-a i "it liiigiil have
A. a ii. lay licarl i? IliiohhttiK ? i11? ihc pain
1 n i .ii; lug, ami ? o iRing Iksi I > aln,
I'bon Iis-1 foi ten I >ve, uli! ?r..ii!.l ilmt I
? ? 111 liani-li iiieino i. ? n la day - goue by,
Ilm>s I no ii airs , muylia:> for jear<
My eyes are blinded w it ti ilielr ?imlie I t. si .
M. I i. .i.^ii \wc.
It Is Not
What We Say
That Tells the Story. Its
record is unequalled in the
history of medicine, liven
when others fail
Ilood'j Sariaparilla Is sold by ull drug?
gists. *i;slx (or $r.. Prepared by c. I.
JJooo Ji Co.. Apothecaries, Lowell, Mass.
Hood's Pills cure liver Ills, Jaundice,
biliuuaucas, sickJjeudaclio and indhtestlou.'
Still Greater Bargains in
Children's Knee Pants this
week. Regular Quarter
?grades of Short Pants, all
sizes, neat dark patterns,
down to 19c.
Double Breasted Jackets,
with Pants, Double- Seat,
Double Knees, Patent Bands
and Riveted Buttons. fc-?cel
lent Schoal Suits, weight
enough for all seasons, dark
patterns, neat and durable,
Men's Pants, strongly
made, neat Pin Stripe de?
signs, guaranteed absolutely
free from shoddy, only $1.
Men's Fine Trousers made
from First-Class Worsteds,
Cassimeres, Tweeds, Flan?
nels and Serges, remnants
from Suit Comlinations.
Many of the lot the bare
cloth costs mere than we are
now charging for the Pants
ready to wear. To clean 'em
up quick the pi ice is down
Bigger Values. Setter Val?
ues and Stronger Values in
Men's Fine Suits for Ten Dol?
lars than ever known in the
history of the establishment.
Cd>.ls, Ends, Accumulations,
Broken Scales of Sizes, must
go regardless of cost of manu?
Cut Prices in every depart?
ment of ti e Big Store to con?
vert Light Weights into Cash
Tel.ing Prices and Selling
Prices is the maxim now.
The Biggest Bargains ever
quoted in all kinds of Worthy
Apparels Jor men, boys and
Straw Hat Bargains in the
East Window. Think of the
Extraoruinary Values in Fine
Straw Headgear now quoted
at only a Quarter for the pick.
The price would scarcely pay
for the silk bands and sweat
bands in the hats, to say
nothing of selling the hat
complete for 25c.
Rattling Big Bargains in
Medium and Light Weight
Underwear. Note the quality
of goads, then the prices.
Each and every grade saves
Dimes, some Quarters, others
Halves. Medium weight
Merino Shirts and Drawers
dowfi to 35c.
The Neckwear Tree in the
Furnishing Window shows
Wonderful Values in Tecks,
Four-in-ilaiids and Club Ties,
lever known so cheap.
Choice only I5c.
Sweaters at half price
The quantity is limited. 25c
for regular Half Dollar Sweat?
ers as long as they last. First
come, first served. 25c.
CENT WINDOW. SOMETHING NEW. j D0%:ptfL Ta
:a .o;..?,uvNbY .sr. JOHNSON CHINA COMPANY,
Butter I Butter!! Butter I 11
Fre?h Conairy Hut.or. Isc r,er |ioiiad,.oi three poJud. f>r 5)-.
tilnger Snaps, Be per puuni *
EpriugUeld llauii. bmlthfield Hams, Sugar Cured Ita es, and Fiua r,.rm-.| Boef.
'Phone 2Q9. _CHAS. A. MORRIS, cor. Church & Molt Sfi,
FIACORS Rr RRft ^??Vrokera. :??N n.urvh atra?tf7.Mr door. .*>T
. JfltUDO Gt DI\U, from llucunl ara the.I lllalral iiioaov f &\
",u' Norlolkou all kinds of ueraotial property at a low ? rate ..r Pit ro? . Mal' A A
coaiuiuutoailoBi will be prothptty attended 10. \J xjy
HEADS OF" FAmIlIEs"
Should remember that the* oau got at all timce the U?SP MUTTON sMui. ifii
landFKI-.SH MliAIMat ' t/wt. u.'itj.vma
j. s. JL5isr^rv *ss oo.**s
Q?F.EN RTBBliT MARKET, OUltWEK OHUHOH AND QUEEN STltEBTS -
RUPTURE OF H1BN. WOffiEN RND CHILDREN
Permanenlly Cured in Thirty Days.
No Knife. No Pain. No Honey Until Cured.
186 Main Street, Every Tuesday and Saturday from 10 A. M. to 1 P. M.
Beginning May 7th, 1895.
gjjg^"1* _MFOLB RUPTURE CURE MUE,
I For Saturday's tnaiKetlna. ami tveru cai] in ine Week. G,t me Bf sr.
asyuo you want towethiug uice m tho way oi tnarketiug to-day? A uioa
Smitlifield Ham, Fine Beef or Fine Groceries I
If io, tee what wo h.iv.-. Cash talk* aud we soil low. s*. .1. VVIJ1TEI1URST, Aeeut,
_ S E. corner OliUnh an.! Oliarlotto st eota,
laffler'sjs the place.
FURNITURE, CARPETS, STOVES,
LATEST 8TYL1M, nlATTINOS, AHQANO lUNOEi
LEH'TlKUL SUITS, PORTTtiKEd et;. 8?MMBK STOVES/
At the Very l.uwi .i Pigmoi. for Cash or Iuatallmeut. Take your choios.
?JJvl mi'l "i74 Church streit
iSi?S Si?rl \ OYSTERS, FISH and GAME.
FRESH FISH I KluoSbad and other Pish In great variety.
FRESII FiSH > l<etail at 31, 32 and 33 City Fish Market
FRESH FISH j T- A ^gteU,
FR ES H 1' 1 S H I DEPOTS- ? J ","?, [ ;.r'\TaM.in.-iJn'.''..I Urewei ?tr?eta>
Cream Bon-Bons, Butter Cups Tallies
and Cocoanut Candies,
Mado Frouh Daily at
Norfolk Candy Kitchen, No. 44 Bank Street.,
iin,Hl BT AWAItlW AT
??? He. r brewisl I >-daf.
Ilotlled , iprCj i|y |..> inheai
Pabst Milwaukee Beer.
we. so?, tit. BETTZ'S RLE iB P?RTEH m ?????.
J.EI. FULFORD.Sole Agent.
W sue. iai l*ell?err i?r i'nu'.c 1 .nullit. _
m M LMOST TMPOSSIBLE j
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St To upset one from the idea of coming here, when fa
L,^ once having been here, you're almost kept as busy fa
Spreading the ik\v> of the tremendous values as we fa
yja aie serving them to you. No old rui business here. r?
ha Vour money is worth more to us now than the fa
y? profit would amount to by carrying the goods over fa
next season. Of course the stock is a little broken, fa
,2 However, you may find just what you are looking fa
p\ for, and at about half the cost you would have to A
'i pay six weeks ago. Time and space will not allow A
?? us to tell you all. but here quote you a few pi ices, v
Had vou not better come and take a look at the j".
la valance. ^
^ Men's All Right Working Suits.82 37
V1 Men's Knock About Suita .? jw > '
k?^ Meu'aAII Wool liuaiuean Suits- . ? }>0 VM
.^v Men's 1'iue Dresa Suite.
W Men's Imported Clay Worsted Suits . ?
Hoys' Washable Suits. rls V~J
kA Doye' Oonibiuatioii Suite, cap to match. . ' ??'' k^')
T'J lioya' All Wool Hints. - <>0 v
V?i Loys' Liiil?! Dress Suits..- "? V '
kA Ouo lid of Men's Working I'auta. :,:! v)
boye' bueo I'auta, eudleba vuriely. . '',0 oj>
f Cannon Ball GlGiiiing Co.. 89 main St., NortoIR. ^>
E JUST RETURNED FROM BOSTON. 3'
t SUMMER ol?CK MUSI StRWDJO Ml ROOM FOR f?ll GOODS COMING IN. 3
|r A FEW OF THE MANY BARGAINS A'RE HERE GIVEN.
A lot of Mismated Tennis Shoes.18c ^
^: Ladies' Thin Carpel blippeis. t\ to 8.23? ^
?fc Ladies' Patent Tip Kid Oxfords, 2i to 8.39c
^ Ladies' Tan and Tip Oxfords. to 8.43c
Boys' Rubber Bottom High Shoes, 2 to s.45c
% Men's Rubber Bottom lu^h Shoes, 6 t<> 1 1.15c
fc: Men's Government Low Shoes. 5 to 7.68c
Chihi's Patent Tip Button, 8A to 11.50c
Child's Tan Tip Button Shoes. Si to 11.68c
III ?111 PAY YOU TO VIS 1 K.lllo QKE PRICE SHOE STORE, I
Bonk Street, Oppoaltc Oourthouse.