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S T!!!: YIIHilNIAN tltio- In litM t.-|? i
i f, t ihp rviuru ul i'jot, I itiutiiuiili aMloii* or
? t?auiuci i| t-.
S Aii Inquisitive correspondent has ills
[coveted thai Mrs W. K. Vamlerhllt
[owns 126 diamond rings!
i It is said linn :t,0t)'J visitors lo
? Yellowstone I'aVk in tlio last three
'years not over 100 were Americans.
HE II seems t<> 1'.' ill-- Impression among
'? Ipolit i< iai.s that Hi- tiefen! of ilo- K'"
8S& publicans in tin- Indianapolis election
y;' lias Injured ex-President Harrison's
chances as a eandlate
Th." Boston Journal < latnii
Kexccllent ami never-falling euro
K nervous headache 1.4 Hi" ' simple"
Ii;'of walking backward i"t about
Pension money was distributed yes?
terday week as follows: In Chicago,
10,700,000; Des Mol lies, la. $2,150.000;
Iwaukee, $l.S00,000; Buffalo, $1,750,
B^; Flttsburg, $1,675,000; Concord, N 11.
A reconl kepi by the Railway Arc
H.shows that sixteen railroads went Into
fl the hands of receivers In the United
States from January 1st to October 1st
Hn the present year, a much bettei rec
*'" Old than for IS!U.
The French will establish a strong
g protectorate in Madagascar and will
allow the queen to retain her throne
H Her husband, the prime minister, who
Bxis regarded as tie cause of the war.
V Ulli be sent int.. ,-xil-.
The Washington Star remarks that
Atlanta is fortunate in having so far
Btcured mote compliments than com?
plaints concerning tin- Cotton States'
Exposition. An enterprise of that kind
Is always the kicker's golden oppor?
Borne idea of the work required "f
modern marine engineers "Ii war Vi s?
sels may be obtained from the fact that
In H. M S. Terrible there an- eighty
nine steam engines, large and small,
all of which have i" be kept in order
by the engineer c< ?! ps
tiii: UF.Moen %i n rnpi uiv.
The legalized ward primaries of the
Democratic party t>> nominate candi?
dates for the House ?>( Delegates to rep?
resent this city in the Legislature will
take place Monday evening, and will
be conducted from 7 o'clock till n
o'clock, and if necessary up to IL' o'clock.
i to afford every Democrat an opportu?
nity to express his choice. It is hoped
I that there will be u full turn out of the
; party. There can be no good reason foi
1 complaint, with tin- result as everj
i facility under the primary regulations
g is guaranteed to secure a fair and
I honest election, and ample time to vote,
Let, therefore, every Democrat possible
I avail of this opportunity presented. A
f large turn out will be a stepping stone
*? to a restoration of thorough harmony
? In the party ranks.
Tin: c.oon koaIpN ? on vi:> i io\.
The question of good roads for Virgin
Is is one will? Ii Interests the cities ami
(towns alike, am) It is hoped the.) the
[convention calk d at Richmond a
;few days sine.- will In- 111 ? ? means
>'cf bringing about the end so much
jmedod. The Lynchburg Ad vain
. writing on this subject, says, anil vo
properly says \ hat
/ "Here In Virginia tie- value of
Igood roads can !>?? illustrated prnc
f;tlcaliy. !n those sections where
-the country is travel sod l.\ Ihoiougii
'fai'es Impiov.-d In iiiuili-rn styl., farms
ran be sold '..itiimn effort. Intending
puichasers know that a rich farm would
rbc Of little value If there were no wn>
i lo reach a market with the pi ?? duets.
.'For this team:: many line lands, with
'Vichts In the soil, are uncultivated an
mnsought. (lood loads iiooi.K- iui(| h.
tic tli* value of meh property.
the ?,??>'jd work til*- Gooil J;.is ,\s:
clatioi, t" on."
IIAHD ON THE LBOUIUTVIE?
"a striking Illustration <f political In
dlfTcrcncc," says the St. Loula Olobe
Dcmocrat, is presented In the recent
election In Rhode Island." The ques?
tion to be decided was the important
one of s.. changing the constitution a*
t.> substitute biennial for annual scs
t-ions of the Legislature, and yet the
whole number or votes cusj. says bur
contemporary, was only about one*
half oi that usually cast in State elec?
tions. There were no candidates In the
held to whoop up things, and so a large
proiwrtlon -r the voters did not go lo i
Now the Charleston News and Cour?
ier Is cruel enough t" say thut "the
moral of the incident appears t" be
that Mo people tire of the opinion thut
it does not matter much whether Ihe
Legislature meets or not." This Is]
hard on th. Legislature of Rhode Is?
land, hut no less bo upon thy people
Of the Stato.
A X A It HOW t IKW.
Th, Lcwistrut i.Mo.i Evening Journul,
which Is owned by Congressman Ding
ley, makes th.- following surprising
comments on ex-Con federate leaders:
"That the i.pic oi Northern cities
ar? competing with one another for
tho piivihg" of dining ami wining the
ex-Confederates shows that the war Is
over; but the recent speechds of <x
Conledernte of beers In the s..uth show
that although the war !s over. ex-Coti
federate leaders belli vo they fought for
what they ought to luive bad. Tie
fatted iuli was killed to banquet the
prodigal, bill killing veal to feed im?
penitent sinners Is . slip ahead id
thi' parable In gelling away from
the Elder Brother it Is in i,.- hoped \\.
shall not prolong the younger brother's
Tim Washington Post takes up tin
question and makes lite following
manly reply Id the Journal, which, hap?
pily i. i the country, is .utile alone in
"W( do not know ol any ex-Confeder
ate who does not fully, ami with every
evidence of sincerity, accept the de?
cision of the tribunal t<> which the dis?
pute between tie- sections was re?
ferred in 1861. The question at is. u,
was the alleged right of secession. I:
was an oped question from the adoption
<>t the Constitution until the i ml of our
great wai The Confederates pax,
abundant proof df their sincerity in
sinking their all on the Issue Not blue
out a belief in th" Jiisth.I their cause
could hate sustained them through that
devastating conflict. We suspect that,
if pressed for an opinion, the edltOl
>f the Journal would comedo that Oen
oi'til tauigst root was as honest in tils,
views and put poses, from Hie beginning
lo the end of the snuggle, as llciicrnl
Miles' was We suspect: tori, that the
.1..in tail would he nih il w ith contempt
foi th.- cx-CoilfedcrittcK if ih.y were t..
pose as penitent shiners, In s.i doing
they would confess themselves lo have
he. u the greatest criminals of modern
times. Believing them to have 1.n
sincere?and tiny other bellet seems lin
IMISSlble?all the .pie ol the North
.an respect them; but if they came as
whining penitents who had sinned
against ihelr convictions tiny would
disgrace American manhood.
Maine is a gnat state, about as large
as alt the test ..| N'. w England. Ian
it route!hues shows a hospitality p>
tvai'il small and mean prejudices that is
no- insistent with Its ample physical
proportions. Wo ate glad, however,
that "v.ti in Maine the Impression is
getting abroad that ? the war is over."
The Maim soldiers win. attended the
O. \ i:. encampment at Louisville last
mouth will net he particularly de?
lighted with newspapers that tall: about
??killing veal i.. fe d Impenitent shiners"
in connection with the proposed reunion
in the North "
Tin- South has done nothing lor which
it wishes tO he forgiven, and as for he?
ilig penitent. Why her people ate not
built that way. Tue South fought for
what it believed was tight It cast Its
all in the great snuggle, and lost, ami
When her people laid down their arms
at AppomnttOX th. y concluded that the
war was over, hut it seems that there
ate yet a few Oil the other side, of the
Journal's stripe, who wish to continue
the light i.ii paper. Of course, ho one
believes that the Journal writes in igno?
rance of this matter, ami tin.nein
Blon is that it is done in sheer malice
The Journal should, tit bust, he fair.
Colonel Bet. Inger.sell favors law
that v 111 exempt from taxation, as well
a.- ft.>m |. \ v and sale, a homestead
worth Sl.r.0.? $2,1(00. He says that
every family sin.old have a ln>me whb il
cannot I? taken away f.-t debt
Thai Tells the Story. Tts
recortl i-^ unequalled i n the
history of medicine, liven
when others fail
Bond's Karsaparilla is suid by all Urug
flst-. Mjslx fur Prepared by C. I.
Moon a < "?? Apothecaries, Lowell, Mass.
Hood's Pills cure liver Ills, Jaundice,
biliousness, sick headache ajjii ludlgesUogt
Hundoeds of cases of Hie best merchandise under the sun
have been piling into the big store for more than thirty days.
No other house anythim
approaches the mammoth
The Big store has simply outdone all previous records.
Choicest gatherings of the looms of the world are re?
presented in the gigantic assortment ol fabrics made up into
Ready-to-Wear Garments of the most approved fashion.
Materials pass direct from Millers und Producers, w ithout
Middlemen's Pn >lits.
The result of all this places the merchandise at the com?
mand ol the consumer at retail on .1 basis ol wholesale prices.
Progressive modern forms "I retailing create bargain
values on apparel ol standard manufacture tu w iden the scope
lor a volume ol trade.
Rigid economy pervades the the entire stock.
Shoddy Goods are avoided here, matters nut how low
Superbly - Made. Fi >rm - Fitting,
Ready-to-Wear Garments direct from
our own work shops bear this famous
certificate 1 >l manulacture.
No Sweat Shop or any other type of inferior workman?
ship in the BURK I AIL( >R SHOPS.
Finely Tailored All Woo] Suits tor
gentlemen in the Ten Dollar Range
that readily command a dozen dollars
or more at other places for Suits
not made, finished, nor fit anything
hke so well.
Children's Suits of Serv iceable Blue
Tricots. Sizes an)' where to age l>.
inclusive. Double Breasted Jackets,
Double Seated Pants, Double Knees.
Patent Bands, Taped Seams, Riveted
Buttons. Wonderful values?-onl)
I w < > 1 )i illars.
Storm Overcoats lor boys, extra
lengths, with deep collars, made from
good heavy material, well-made and
finished, size anywhere to age iv.
extra big value lor l our I >ollars.
Winter Weight Knee Pants for boys,
all sizes, warranted neither satinet
n<'i cottonade; warm: well sewn.
Good Pants lor the Quarter.
Fedora Hats of the latest blocks in the
Hat Department lor men and boys.
Samples in die Annex Show Win?
dows. Extraordinary Values lor the
Agents for the Unexcelled Edward Miller Hat, recognized
the nobbiest Hal on the market.
Selling Agents lor the famous John B. Stetson. "Spe?
English, French, Germany and America's best products ?>i'
Underw ear, Hosiers and Collars and Cuffs.
? A superlative showing <>l Fine Suitings, Overcoatings
and Trouserings in the .Wade to Measure Department over the
new annex. Form Fitting Garments at Bed Rock Prices are
Building Greater Business in this i,> order department each
New Fall and Winter
A visit to our store will convince the most
exacting that we have outdone all former ef?
forts in our fine collection of New Fall Novel?
ties in Cloaks and Capes, with which we open
the season, and a perusal of the following quo?
tations will forcibly emphasize the fact that the
special attractions offered to keep up the most
successful sale of New Goods ever inaugurated
No intending Cloak buyer can afford to miss.
Ladies' Double Breasted Cloth Ladies' Double Breasted Navy
Jackets, very lull sleeve, Blue and Black Boucle
would be good value for Cloth Jacket, canteloupe
$3.50. Sold at ?2.50. sleeve, velvet collar, at $6.
Ladie>' Double Breasted Navy
Ladies' Chinchilla Cloth Dou- Blue and Black BeaverJack
ble Breasted Velvet Collar. ets, satin corded seams, can
mandolih sleeve at $$.50. teloupe sleeves, at sj$6.$0.
Nice assortment of Capes, single and dou?
ble, from $2 up. Misses' and Children's Dou?
ble Breasted Jackets, sizes from 4 io 14 years,
made of Fancy Brown, Mixed and Gray Mixed
Cloth; aiso Navy Blue Square Revers, very full
sleeves, from $2.25 to $2.75.
252 CHURCH STREET.
Beaver, Kersey and Melton
Coats, the new cut, .Mando?
lin, Canteloiipe and Spinnaker
sleeve, $5 each.
Short Coats ol English Ker?
sey, raw edge, lap seams,
swell garments, Si2.
Salin bound double Capes
ol Astrachan Boucle, $7. There
are more than one thousand
new Capes and Coats, and
the prices are marvelous.
Forty pieces yard wide Bou?
cle Mixtures, weighty stuff and
stylish, 12' _.c. a yard.
Thirty pieces All W ool Mix?
tures, roughish, these, Honey,
comb and Herringbone effects,
stuiis thai \i?n will likely see
sold at ><V. are here 2$c a
Ladie>* Macintoshes, new
rain coats, S2 and
? BRIDAL GIFTS! |
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I NUSBAUMS ART DEPARTMENT, I
5 MAIS SI i.i i : ?
Kor Inquinal Hernia,
For Femoral Hernia,
For Ventral Hernia,
For Scrotal Hernia,
for Umbilical Hernia.
is often the cause of much suffering ami
ilntiKci that <iiu l>e a voided hy a full
knowledge of the mittlre ol she disease
ami th- skillful application of u well
med,- Tins:-, suited to the imrtleulai
kind or condition of the hernia, and oeca
si <ti- arise when il reuUlrcs quick, as
xveii ;,s careful mid lutelllKeiii treat meat.
Hy hernia, or rupture. Is generally
mean I He- protrusion of a part ol ihe In?
testines, or Omentum, (futt> membrane)
or iie.Hi. through mitural, unnatural or
nceiileiital openings In the internal nius
eiilar covArliiKH, or walls of the abdonn :..
ami forinln g a t imer under llie skin:
hernia may ucciir in any pari of tin- body,
? ?xi-. pt wher.vered with lione. A her
nlal tumor is generally vlslldi or eiui I je
distinguished b> carefully lecllnt! Ihi
pans affected; sometimes a hernia exist:
and may even I"- in a slrutigulal d eon
ditton without heilig visible, tin- icyiiiji
loon alone indicating Its existence; kl
f,< ts of warm atmosphere or ellimiti
slcknessj low diet, old age or iinythln;
weakening the t-ysteni renders a jiersnii
more II ihle to heinla, and may he ludl
reel causes, hm Ilm ?In. et or Immedlali
cause is generally' found in severe inti
eular effoits. as in laborious occjipatlon
liiiiiiM. jumping1, coughing, Stli-cxing, tie
We have Ha- largest and most complet*
assort men I ot
in every size and slinno to suit. IXMTItl.l
A.S'I" SINr'.ld-:. la Celluloid, i:i KlasUc.il
Haul Itublier, In Silver and in ?let
Soi hu. A hi guaranteed und lio oltarg
for perfectly adjusting the same.
JOHN W, BURROW
142 rv'jain Street
in.Ab uF MAUKKT ?? ?< VI::, a Sl?
S> Mil! Street.
Conds delivered to nil parts of th
oily, Urambl 'ion; Atlantic <vy. ot<
et? Also in Portsmouth and Heikle
Those who have not visited tlie special
sale ol Cloaks now going oil here have no
idea how go.id the Cloaks are thai are
heing seid for a really excellent gar?
ment of Boucle-Chevlot. box, ripple or',
?oat. bick it: blue or black. The values j
given ate unprecedented. The style Irre?
proachable! At |$, $'J. ID and $12 Onats or ?
the most fashionable material, rnude with ?
Mandolin Sleeves, garments that will
neel the requirements of buyers ^rho )
have been accustomed to pay fully one-,
I bird more. It is. perhaps, the most no?
table gale that ever occurred In this city.
There are mere than ono thousand'
cloaks her.-, and hnyi rs can certainly
save from one to live dollars on every
Coat. Capes, of course, Kur. Cloth und
Ladies- Ready Made Waists of black,
navy, red tlaniiel. braided with silk, $1.W. '
Klner ones, trimmed Soutache braid, full
sleeve, wrinkled collar, JIT."..
Dress Goods !
Wonderful selling this: All wool fan
cles in roughish effects, stuff that should
bring aoc.. Is here at 26c. a yard. They
take it fast, though. Then at ."?????.. sonn
SS-lnch Boucles, shot with bright sparks.
Bright beauties that, II we asked their
worth, Would be T.'.o.
Rich Diagonal Boucle, black und WOOly
a- a Newfoundland, cloaking, this,
Inches wide. J2.50 a yard.
Sw. H things it. Empire Buttons, these*
irom ^Je. to $12 a dozen.
chlmse Rugs, three feel wide, six feet
loiur. and come quickly, II.S9.
Tray Covers, pure linen, fringed,
uamped or plain, very special, HJ2&C. .
THE BEST DRESSED
arc by no means those who
spend the most extravagant
prices for the clothes they wear,
with the approval ol the peo?
ple we've established new and
very much lower prices ior
Clothing. You can't go any?
where within a hundred miles
ol us without hearing people
talking about our goocfs and
prices, heiter still?the strong?
est talkers are buyers. They've
been lure. They know the
clothes they talk about, there's
no exaggeration when people
tell you they used to pay #10,
SI ^ and $20 for Suits which
they can can now buy at the
mm ii clothing ran
for $5, $8 and $10. 01 course
we\e disturbed somebody's
calculations in lowering prices
so greatly. Can't help that.
Buyers like it, and we are serv?
ing the people. Your atten?
tion is directed to
These Mcney Savere T
i.,..iiii Nonliere eine under gl 11.011
. ..-?II Neu here else on.Ice i LOU
'?..?.!? iieee el.e IIIIdel' 111.511
I Mill \oc. here else ,im.lor 2U.(Ml
:\?..-.t> Nowhere eWe under S.I.OU
1...UO Xoulierc else under an.no
? !..-.o Thai oilier ?torc*?ell :il 8 fl.ll?
U.r?ll 'I'lial olSier sloressell ill I ;.mi
',1111 'I'lial ?tllter Hlorexselt nl I I.an
lo.on That other stores sell ill Is.OII
r.'.iiii Thai oilier stores sol I ul venu
tln,s' Kltittl Itl asloillsllitlttlj low
-i.-.u liuyu till' Sil kind: S'-i.-MS
Im .. ilie S3 kind: ?tt.50 lim-. .. < ->T
Cannon Ball Cloth.!! Co..
8j Main SI., Norfoll
' ' :v,'?^r .i""*'.i..!ar.-,Tite, .t :,. fr nt'}
2 :t t" <* iv< : i "tier tr* ?.I rripipvl mill >
2?' Pi., i ? ?? ., ne. .i:ne t ^-i'I'S "I ilmillil! WllliS
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