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PUBLISHED KYUUi MOHN1NU EXCEPT
MUNUA\.
VIRGINIAN MUbDlNO.
MAIN AND COMMEUOKSTBBBTd.
M. GL.ENNAN. Owski?
XUh ?J1HOUL.AT10.N OK THE VI mil MAN
If I.AHOKIA IN EXCESS ? ?! ?u. other
Mpet published in Bmi t u Virginia.
it* circulation in NortoU and I'ortfuioutti
h-preater Hum that >?! huv papei published
or ", rottiatetl in the two cities.
? t is delivere-il In the eitles of S.?rf dl. ana
Port?uioiuh and ?Ubltrl.-i for 10 cauls ?
week. Mail sab?rlptions, postage paid.
Fiv. Dollar? pur year; three Dollars tor -ix
inonir-e. One Dollar an I Kilty Cents for
thro- months, an 1 fifty Oouts ror one
i. .'lit
Adxertit-eiui ui- iut-erte.l at the retool, ? >
Ckmh AlHlvKh. is m:;. en. I) subse?
quent iiiBortion ~> Cksts, or ."> ? 1
WW:N lNSKl TKIf kvku1 ? lll.lt l>.\V. Contrac?
tors arc not nhowo.i to exceed their space
or ndvertiBB other than their leRinraito
busiucBS, .sc.pt b) paying especially for
the mine.
Tm wfkki.v Viii.ilMA-- v.l. CallOl.tNIAN,
eight piiROH, i" deliTi ioil. i><.?i?n.:<? pal i.
three months, 25c, t-ii iiionlns, iiOo, trolvo
months. ?i _
l'Utcro i as seooitd-clasa manor.
PERSONS LEAVING THE CITY
Durinc the summer can have THE
NORFOLK VIRGINIAN mailed to
them by ordcrint: it .it Ibis office,
either in person or by letter.
Lord Salisbury's threat to di^mcni
bor Turkey will not be put into execu?
tion before Thankrgiviug Day.
Japan hat- placed contracts amount
ing to $26,000,000 for the coustrueiiou
of five first-clats cruisers and battle
obipu at Glasgow,
A band of about seven thousand
horse.-- was bought on a ranch in I ma
tilla county, Wash., the other day by a
Portland .Ore.) horse meat canning
couipt.ni at three dollars a head.
Comiu ssioncr L. H. (Jurliu, of '.'7
Huntington .-.Ireet, Brooklyn, N. V.,
wirhes to secure at moderate prices
i aud ou favorable terms of payment a
1 well located body of laud for l?iiropeau
farmers, lie wo,uld build a town, lie
wants from ten to twenty thousand
acres. North Carolina er Virginia is
sought for.
Mark Louusbury,of Seymour,Conn.,
is the heud ul a groat piu factory. lie
cently he haillod away several tous of
defective pins aud made of them aside
wills, iti frout of his house. Ho es
peots us soon as the^e useful imple
moots rust aud are pounded dowu to
liuve the liuest pavement in this coun?
try. _
IS.IKIM. ?1??.hiii.\ ?tiii.V,
There ate great times in Barvoy, Id.
The women of that town are deter
miueil to have the suloous within its
borders abolished, and armed with the
'liatchet, declare that they will burst
the bung of every liquor cask iu the
tcwu. 1.iken singly und ulouo they
ere both useful articles, if uot alwoys
oruatnental, .but tLe hatchet iu the
bauds of an irate woman is a danger?
ous weapon.
This is a war uot much to thoir liking,
but the ealoouists have had timely
warning, and if they do not remove to
a place of safety they need .expect uo
sympathy from any quarter should
they bo hacked into miucemest, Th
woman, that is a real mad woman
with a hatchet, is a combination which
few men care to resist; yet the Hi f/e
ites are doing that very thiug, und uo
man cau foretell the end,
i ;ii: Mil i n in- i n-. 11 > <> \\ \,
"American mills," says the Philadel?
phia Press, in its weekly trade review,
"in the past crop year consumed North
aud South, 3,2111,000 bales of cottor,'
This, it says, in just 1,000 boles short
of tho largest consumption on record,
in 1301-2, but with this difference, tha:
iu the past year Northern mills huvo
consumed 215,000 bales los* thsu a year
ago, aud Southern mills have consumed
214,000 more thuu iu that year, so that
Northern consumption ol odton hns
fallen a tenth, while Southern ha-,
rit-en." Tho Churieston News aid
Courer, commenting on tho ubove,
says that this is as il ibould be. The
South, ru manufacturers have uot only
held their u?u, but have gained as
much as the Northern manufacturers
have lost, firing the mills to the cot
ton fields.
f.'K.Miiw (i\i>i:ic iibi: ji'K v
la V AC I.
The Index Appeal says that among
tho resolutions udopted by tho Penn?
sylvania Democrats at their Stato con?
vention held uu Wednesday is tho fol
lowing, which may be tukeu as uu an
ewer to l.epublicaQisiii of the tnrill law
now in forco:
"Ab vindicating tho principles of
terill reform, to whioh the Democracy
i is unalterably pledged, we challenge
? special attentiou to the fact that such
- prosperity, and t e eoi.stqiiunt mute
rial increase of wages, has been most
' pronounced in the industries whose
I existence our opponents claimed wero
I elependent ou high tarilT duties.
"We invite the attention of wago
earners to the fact that auch a thing na
tho recent voluntary increases of the
wages of those employed io muuulno
turiug industriell, whteh amount to
not loss than S125.000.000, w?b nbao
Intelr unknown under tho McKinley
tanIV act."
Our contemporoy says furthor, that
"this is a very stroog point, anil a? it
is well sustained t>y facta recently col?
lected and published by the New York
Herald, 'wo Hiould suppose that our
Republican friends will Hud cousider
ab:e di?lotilty in iuduciuu thu people
to believe that on agitation for bight r
tin ties, uulcts purely for reveuuo, is
neccsbiiry at Ibis time." The new
tin ill lias been in operation a little
ovtr a year, and so evident is it tl.at
tho country la returuiog lo ita former
prosperity tttidur in workings, Ibal
auy attempt to aller it will receive
a jnnt robuku at tho bauds of tho
public.
\ <nuliiM. < o.\ I U AS I.
While tho members of the (iraud
Army of tho llepublio are shaking
hands with ex Conlederates iu Louis?
ville mat engaged m other patriotic
acts calculated to Mrenglhou the bonds
of poaeo between the loetionr, Foraker
and hia elan in Ohio are Ugl.ting the
war all over.
The men who woro tho blnn and
those who wore the gray art; willing to
eloso tin' book of the ad, end past.
To them tho war in but a iuiru>ry,
and borrowful as it may be, thov are
oonlout lo lorget nud lorgivo. They
are aatia?od to carry out the iujunc
tiou of (leu. Urant of "Let tia havu
peooe,". but somehow the Korakers
won't havu it that way. What a con
trast Ihoru is, to bo rtiro, bttW3en tItu
men in Louisville, who are to-day Ira
terni'/.ing with their late foos and For
al.or and his political camp followers.
Tin. Hrttob's Lament.
\ I'm aweary Of thu t.ifly that the poeta fling at
I mo
'Doul my rlpplln an a-babblht na 1 seek tho dia
taiil sea,
, For if wtelr fool stopped in in.-, eursas deep
I thoy'd launch.
I I'd no longer bo a brooklet, bot n dirty little
bruitch.
: lam always ulnglu merry through the daisy
hloomtii Haida,
I Au my Imsum surrt reflection of thodanctn
Hunboums yields.
But when tiny chance to sei- mo 'ncatb thu
heal of Mlsb'nn snn
? My muddy crerpin waters puts their dream
I in i'ii tin- run.
? My wavelets, always boundin over pebble
Studded sand,
In tin' market of tho pout are always in de?
mand.
Hut with lav tad|N)les I in lin an a-siukin in thu
Jllttd
Y'ouTt think 1 needed llushinfrom u thorough
elennsin Hood.
_?E. N. Wood.
A Llternry Lesson.
When you gel n bright i.ti-n
l\>r :> story or i? rhyme.
Don't Just it by t.. simmer
In your think tank tor i. Tims.
You imagine when it strikes you
Thrtt to you nlouo belong
All tho seeds of each now fancy;
But, my friond, that's, where you're
wrong.
For you'll Wako up some line n. ruing
To Reo sunn- On.akc u hit
With the very -i-if same story
Or the rhymes you might have writ.
Oh, tins a,-.' i> .mo of huetlol
Bright ideas uro all about.
It's no matter who lir-t gets Vm
It you're Hist to givo 'em out.,
"ti-n't all?with s.m.Us?to .-ow '. in.
You Itavc i. : to grind and halt.
Ii you would..'! have your neighbors
Ju--t mosiopollte the cake.
?Boston 'Jh.be.
Mli.? Ilildegardo Hawthorne.
Miss Hildegarde Hawthorne uot loug
since published in a magazine a weird
Bkotoh which resembles her grand?
father's style m noli more than does tho
work of either of Is'iitlinniol Haw?
thorne's children. Miss Hawthorno is
tue eldest daughter of "thut dour littk.
bey." Julian, of whom Sophia Hnw
thorno wroto sei lovingly to her mother.
All the seven children thus "once re?
moved" from rlui Kreut novelist aio
very comply. Hildegarde bus been n
second mother to tboEO other children
of whom ber father once said flint vhoy
nmrie his homo when thoy vrero little
"The House of Soven (-rabbles. "
Guarantees
The Future
The tart that Hood's Sarsa
parilla has cured thou?
sands, of others is certainly
sufficient reason for belief
that it will cure you. It
makes pure, rich healthy
blood, tones and strength?
ens the nerves, and builds
up the whole syst cm.
Remember
Sarsa
parilla
Cures
Be Sure to get HOOD'S and
.Only MOOP'S.
Hood s Plitn .'iro especially prepared
|a to ukcu with Hood's SarsaparHla. aio.
=1 LJ_ f till P
Orders are
being booked for
Fall and Winter
Measure Made
Suits and Over?
coats in the tailor
Shop in the annex
building.
early in the sea?
son always cap?
ture the choicest
designs, by rea?
son of the fact
that the many lin?
es
ties cannot be du?
plicated later on.
The Finest
its of
Diagonals, Wors?
teds, Cheviots,
Cloths, Cassi me?
res, Meltons, Bea=
vers, Montag
nacs and Kerseys,
representing the
weavers from
Sections of
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oocooeoocoo eoeooooso
ooeoccacoco?v*eoos9ec
More Choice
Suitings and Over?
coatings on dis?
play in the Tailor
Shop than any
other season in
the history of the
establishment.
grows in popular
favor, and is build?
ing Bigger Busi=
ness each sue
ceeding season
because it pro?
duces Form=Fit=
ting, Finely Tail?
ored Garments at
reasonableprices.
The Tailor Shop
employs only skilled
Tailors, and guaran?
tees a Perfect Fit. and
in every detail a first
class Garment at much
_
Sower prices than is
usually charged for
Standard High-Class
Measure-Made Gar?
ments.
*> i;
[AM
lay
inj
FALL AMD WINTER SEASON.
REDUCED RATES!
kx? bllent ac< 0mm0d.vt10ns.
handsomely and exquisitely re?
furnished th noon not- r.
ELECTRIC
TO BE SOLD PRIVATELY
SINGLE PANTS,
SINGLE COATS.
SINGLE VESTS,
Full
Also, a lot of UN
REDEEMED LA-ClOtlie
LIGHTED ! DIES DRESSES.
S T E A M BE A T E U.
p..-^en inj; in it< ptrle.- hm all llio cfirn
porarc mm rotitunt; attributes ul h inn me.
?Uli the nil..ui,t o- of public rnfertaiii
ment mi l ianiit.es for tin- enjoylucut of
l.oj-uUr amn eaient, auoh ?
Music. Dancing, Theatrical, Etc.
and presenting many interestih; and at
tractive features condnoite to the eoinfort
itnd pleasure of kooiU. lloatiu*. k.-1.i r,
lluntin.', 1:httiiiiu'. Oii.iu..:. VNr.tefoi in
foruiiitiou uu.i teriU?, a.iol
JEVVELRV
SACK COATS,
BOX COAT S
CUTAWAY COATS
A N D
PRINCE ALBERTS.
OF ALL. KI1MDS !
A FINE LOT OF SOLID GOLD WATCHES,
A FINE LOT OF SOLI 1) SILVER WATCHES,
A FINE LOT OF FILLED WATCHES.
DIAMOND STUDS,
RIGS. DIAMOND EAR1NGS.
S. BACHRACH & BRO.. PAWNBROKERS,
No. 136 Church Street, Norfolk, Va.
99
CENT WINDOW. SOMETHING NEW. { "Wff.6 TO
is to 31 granbyst. JOHNSON CHINA COMPANY.
Butter! Butter!! Butter ! ! !
Fresh Ouciry Butler, Isc i er pound, or three pounds f.ir M&
C.ingrr Snips, Be per pound.
8prlngii><id Hants, Sallhflehl Hams. Sncar Cured Unas, und Fine Corned Beef.
?Phone 209. CHAS. A. MORRIS, cor. Church & Holt St.
1 TATORT Rr RRO Pawnbroker*..1??amrelt street (fn.ir'floor*
|s ?JiWsKJDJ OL Di\U( rrom Qnccal are the mnstlltieriil money lend,
ersor Norfolk on ill kinds ?( personal pro|ierty at a loir r?t? of loterssr. Ma'1
CbunniioicailoiM mil ue promptly attended to.
HEADS OF FAMILIES
Should ramembar that they can cat at all times tho BEST BE BF SHIMON, smoked
and FRESH MEATS at
J. !?. BlSIyT-v ?Ss CO.'S,
QUEEN STREET MARKE?. CORNF.lt CHURCH AND QUKBN STREETS.
For Saturday's Maiketirtg. am Lvery cay in me Week, Bet me Best.
SaTDo yon want something nice in tho way of marketing to-dav:-" A uioe
Smithfield Ham, Fine Beef or Fine Groceries !
If so, seo what \vc have. Cash talks oud we sell iow. 8. 3. WHITE II ?BST, A?ont.
B. E. corner Ohnrch auii chat-lotto stiuet*.
_ST
List ol Norfolk-caniiy Kitctnn Canfiies. made Fresn for Saturday.
COCOANUr OAKB8, BARS, CARAMELS. CREAM CAKE, FRUIT OAKDIE3
< OCOaNOT, t HOOOLaVTE AND LEMON ORE AM.
OUH TAFFIES AHE CHOCOLATE; VANILLA, BTRAWBERBT, MOLASSES
PEPPEflUINT. PEANUT AND COCO AN UT.
LAFFLER'S JS_THE PLACE.
FURNITURE, CARPETS, STOVES,
LATEST STTLES, MATTINOS, AROAND RAN0E3,
BEAUTIFUL SUITS, PORTIERES, oto. SUMMEH STOVES.
At the Yery'JLowest Figures. Tor Gosh or Iuctallmont. Tako your oholca,
fresh fish ^ OYSTERS, FISH and GAME.
f r Mb h F i s h Fine Shad and other Fish In great variety.
fresh FiSH >? Ketail :il3,> 32 and 33 <^itJ ^isb Market.
17 D IT CU r? I c 1 I j X. A. BULLOCK, ARent,
I Rtotl P Ion I Catcher and Wholesale Vesles.
fresh 1" 1SH y DEPOTS? [coruerof^Mhlns^ouaud BrewerstmUv
VINCENT'S
^TURKISH AND RUSSIAN ' BATHS !
/f% Cor. Church and Bute Streota.
%{\ Open Daily, 8 A. M.-12 P. M. Sunday, 6 P. M.
m Hours Reserved for Ladies, FRIDAY, 9 A. M..4 P. NL
? VAN TELBURG HOFMAN, Manager.
kj? Once more r-reole tlio lendorship for onr bouse in tho Clothing Bust- foj
ness for 1KS."> '96, Tho past was great. Wo propose to niako tho
V* presont and future sreator. We ll lower every record for low prices? f*V
oven our own. We're determined to move the goods out?a carload a fij
j day it noceeBary.
8 ME NOT LOOKING FOR PROFITS! 1
Diseouuta play a groat and important part in onr vohimo of busi +
JJiiePB. Do you cuteh ouV None a.i blind as those unwilling to nee. ' 4
ftj Every day from this on Newer and Newer Lois of best things iu Fall fej
.1 t lotliiug. /fy
School time is now. Wo'ro ready, nud eound tbo bngle lor 'V
mothers to call und examine.
?1 25 Ohildren'a Suits, Cotton Mixed, now C3c
JRj S2 (ill Cotton Suit.-, a bargain at Si 00 5 '
V^jl S2 .10 Children's Suit--, very neat, now SI 'l? V*'
tiA 75 Children's Suits, a wonder; now at $1.50
Jfer 00 Children's Suits, all wool, \onrs at Si 00 J"^
.10 Children's Suits, Worsteds, Tweeds and CasBimeros, S- 50 V?
$5 Oil Children's Suits. Imported Hoods, I to 1?;, at S3.00
Enonfth already in Men's Suits to give you a satisfactory choice. .
Trices will interest yon. Uivo thotu a look.
^Gannon Ball Clothing Co.,**
^Norfolk, - - - - Virginia.!
|A SPECIAL SALE, REMEMBER!
Ladies' Fast Black Stockings, with un
o?e bleached Maco feet, 25e aud worth double.
0 A job, this, and only 16 dozen.
All Heavy Dress Trimming Laces, White ?
and Ecru, half price this week. Come ????
Quickly. 0
Black, Navy, Red; also Figured Waists
of French Satiuc. for ladies, 69c. Re
JL duced from $1.50. White Waists, col
o ored embroidery. 69c. Marked down
from $1.25 to close before we move.
China Silk Waists, $2.50 instead of $5.50.
Men's While Linen Bosom, Shirts. 39c, 9
instead of 50c. Men's Choice Scarfs, 17c. ?@?
Nowhere else under 25c. ?
WATT, RETTEW & CLAY.

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