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b?D eve by morning. except MONDAY. YlKGISlaN'bui D NC Jain and commeucb streets. M GLESNAN. Ovskp. ?nterel at seco;id-c!a 9 matter. SOU I. ATI OS OF THE VIM ?1 MAN IA IN F.XCKSS at 1 a other ?Gbluh- d in Ena'.-i 11 Virgin ... ?Tculati 11 in Norfol!; iiud Portsmouth ?Star than that cf any paper published Jftoniato.i iu the two ciltta. Jit it d.diTen d in the citica of N >rf.dk and brmuioiilh und snoiiru. lor 10 eentii a resk. ' ail aiib*i riptions. postage paid IrcDdhurs per year; lhreo Dollars to: >ix nutha. One Hollar au.i Fi'ty Cents for ae "(months; aud Fi'ty O-nts ror one brtiicments inierted t the rate of "1 1 x 8 .tai ?Fi?st is^Kiirtp.m oip b aubae j iniertiou :>7| Ct.xi-.. or 5i tints ItSHII 11.1' KVKIIV OTHKH IIAV. Cniilrac [e not rI o ???? '. to e\co'd thoir a| a e lertiso other than tle'.r .loxi in a:o ' exctpt Juy paying especially tor LriJKI.V VinOlSIAN ASH CittOl.lN'IAS, tgB?, i- delivoieJ, postage paid, lout La, 25c,i ait months. 50o, twelve Mi labile tho legislators aro lighting the atro but, tbey should not forget tlio reen-tbe-acta fiend and before the Lin falls nuisance. ^annexation of Hnwaii is supposed ^a popnlnr scheme in California, California Seuate rejected a memorializing Congress in inexation. tator Childs, of New York, \oe a bill to remove tho cap Albany to Now York. A ^of Senators of both parties aro 1 favor tbc sobeme. f.arch '27th the women of tho city fville will isnuo the regulur edi bo Courier-Journal, tho pin of which will bu givcu to tuo Iron's Free llospital of that city. Southeastern TarilV coinbino is ig with troublo in Richmond, (cording to tho Richmond papers, the 1 of three of the companies have Irawn- from tho Board, and tho agreed to meet tho cotnpo permanently, the Board corupa ^eubstituto policies at any tariff tho ucw Board companies, rords, tho mlos aud rates arc 1 competition with nou co-op 3inpanies. &BDI t.i\l \ ?. ANSOt I A IION V. hording to tho latest roporls on tho Bt it is shown that thorn aro 5,929 l:ug associations in the United land it is noteworthy that wher bavo locatod the people havo i bonoticiariea. T?o total mem 'ol these associations foot up parsons nnd the total duea fir them amouut to $450,007,594. pnnmbar there aro 105,411 bor oud it is shown that of that |?erBomething like over two-thirds become borrowers that they might homes for themselves and fam ir ?aBBOoiations, as a rule, have bad larkably hoe onreor, oDd havo fa tbe means of developing their re ectivc sections, Tho earliest record the establishment of a building and ffi association was in 1831 in l'hiln ihia, but tbe real inception of such Delations was between 18-10 aud 1850. lovever, it baa only beou of late years that their true value has boeu known load fully appreciated. Thousands upon tiGusands will testify to their useful and in few cities havo they bcuu than in Norfolk, whero some jp^iC-nre looatod. It would be ?^ig to know just bew many bre ave been built in Norfolk and Sol ^through tbe medium of those _ ?or Du SlUlKlva i:Vi:U I'AV? Hlie is tho subject of an interesting article in a recent issue of tho Atlanta fonrnal. Our contemporary ?ays that Je Massachusetts Legislature has re "ptly received from the State Board )fw Arbitration aud Conciliation, its tnranal report on tbe eubjeot of strikes, ffhncb shows that wbilo ctrikes have obsd frequent, they hove beeu for the most part without effect. Tho report goes on to show that oveu when strikes halve been wholly or partly auocosaful, 16'has cost the winners far more than the results are worth. Sj'l'he plan suggested to rectify tbe great evil of strikes is that of arbitra? tion arid conciliation in all cases. It is shown that wheuever the parties to a fthtroveray havo been williog to ac tept a fair settlement, arbitration and ?Mciliation havo brought about re wits which wore beneficial to all con? cerned, and pending the proceedings looking to a settlement by this mothod there has been no loss of business. The lactajand conclusions presented in the fejottnro worthy the careful ooneidera Hon of both capital and labor,ami tliey show that somo of tho most ruinous strikes would bnvo been averted by au effort ou both sides to roach a basts of fair and honorable adjustment, iumi i !? it i in;. "When you hear n man abusing his home place," 6aya the Stauutou New?, "von may bo sure tliu sentiment iH re? ciprocal, and his depnrturo for gome other Bold woaltl bo hailed with do light, Stand up for your town," says our contemporary, "and do what you cau to help along every tnnu who is en gagod iu a legitiniuto business, His success will bo your success. If you felt disposed to do it, aud could break? down every other man in town, his poverty would react on you and muko you poor also." No mau yot has ao oomplisbed auythiug by abusing his home, and it is a sorry mau who will do it. Neitbor doos it do n man aoy good to nbuso his noighbor. This is a great big world, and if a man dou't liko bis location let him move ou, FIRE INSURANCE FIGHT. The Richmond Matter Assomes a New and Interesting Phase. Sunday's Iliobinoud J>iai ntch. A new and interesting phase has do vcloped iu the iheuraucfl light, unit in ortler to its osplauatnin it is Deeessary to go briolly over tbu history of the trouble ami tho relation of tho several fool iocs to ouo nuotber. Tho Local Hoard of L'uderwriters was origiually composed of all tho liro ?genta hure, except tho agents of the Lloyds companies. In Juue, lH'.V.J, tho Southeastern Tariff Association oatuo into tho territory, nud the board began working under the organization, tho -sociaitou living tho rates. This ar? rangement eon tu; tied until last fall, wheu the agents ol throo of tho com? panies withdrew from tho hoard, claim? ing that tuey had certain griovanrcs aguiu.it the tariil association, and began I to write insurance ou an independent schedule: and at tho reorganization ot tho board, February L9th last, auotbor oompany dropped out. In the meau time a company ha i do en organized here, which never want iuto the board, thus making tho live non-board com panics. In order that the companies in tha board might meot the competition of tho uon cu operating companies, tho Southoiiitorii i'arilV Association agreed that the board oompanioe might substi? tute thoir policies at any tariff for the policies of the non-hoard companies. Tho board -that is.tho ngents?decided that this would not meet the exigencies of the situation, so at a recent meeting, as uoted in tho Dispatch of Friday, ttiey took tho law into their own bauds unit rusolvod to waive the rules and rntos in competition with uou-co-oper ating companies. Somo of the compuuios have, How? ever. uotiUed their representatives in the board that they wilt uot abide by the action of tho board in this matter, und now there is a hitch botweeu thoso companies and tho no operating agents. Tho board bold a meeting yesterday to cousider tho new pim.nu ol tho tiouuio, but took no detit ito action. ELIZABETH CITY, N. C. Paragraphs of Interast to North Caro? linians Generally. Special Dispatch to Tbu Virginian. Eli/ahbtii City, N. 0,, March 4,? The Lyons lleuley Comedy Company ami Dr. Allen's Alcdioiue Company will combine forces nud, commencing to? morrow, give an cutertaiuniout itt the I Opera House every night this weok. At the .Methodist Church on Sunday ni?lit memorial services of Mr. <?. L. Baxter, who died last week, were held, Brief and appropnato tnika wero made . by Lev. J, 11. Hall, pastor of tho church, and by Messrs. C. 12, Kramer, E. L. Sawyer aud VY*. AI. Biutoo, Lev. Dr. F, H. Johnston, of the Presbyte? rian Church, also inmlc au eulogistic address. 1 he North Carolina Iron Works began work this tuoruiug. The celebrated Swedish Ladies' t^uurtoito will sing ot tho Opera House here ou Wednesday, March Mth, tor tho beuelit of the Baptist Church. Tho steamer Atlantic City, from At? lantic City, N.J., arrived iu this port I ou yesterday. EDENTON, N. C. Solicitor Leary left Saturday for Cnrrituok to nttoud court there this week. Miss Sallie Cherry, alter several days' absence, has returned home. The regular monthly meeting of tho Missionary Society of the Bannst Sun j dav school was held Sunday evening. Mr. J. E. Bonner returned homo j Saturday from a business trip across tho sound. '"piIAT sallow, ghastly complexion, j covered with unsightly pimples and eruptions, becomes clear again by the use of Dr. Dcanc's Dyspepsia Pills Indigestion anil constipation arc the chief causes of an ashy face and ugly blotches. 'lTie?e pills will cure them. Send for a l.-ee sample. DK. J. A. DBANE CO., Kingston, N'tw York. For sale 41 ill OiugiisU', jj irnu. TAL: In -IS tiours Gonorrh?? ami a:?clmtviblriiu tut; urinary ?r mm, arru?t?<l t>>- Hsutxl MMrfuirw armnlcswltliomiucravrQleni-olfruvT - rice H l. of ALL IiriiKlflnU, V J orl'. <>. Hoi gfigflj ggj York! N-S We would explain, to those interested, that our Leaders mean Special Bargains at PRICES SO LOW that we consider each and every one which we have placed upon the list worthy of especial attention to everybody who contemplates purchasing Clothing. Make a note of the leader which will best meet your wants, then when you come to our store ask to see it. Two entire counters stacked with Men's Suits at the Special Price of .aaaaaaaaaaBaaea,aaaaaaa Every $10. Among them you can select suits of All Wool Cash? meres, Cheviots and Mixtures. now charging for them, and that's what Leaders and 15i<r Leaders at that. Suit o ja ' * in this im 5 4 $**\ i ? r ? is wort h g from S3 to ? $ I more ?o?3oea?)9oo?9easoo(Bse0tt than we are makes them A Good Serviceable Suit for $7.50. Thcs< assorted pat? terns, mostly dark mixtures, with a sprink? ling of Plaids and Stripes, well made and fact, they are Tip-Top Suits for rough and tumble or General knock about service are in ?9S9\ie?eoe?e?eoe8C698eO)) trimmed 2" mm fi and by far S # Suits for ? th< o we ??*ftecooeco9ioa)?eae?oeeoo offered : in money ve ever Heavy Overcoat in all si/cs and as a?o?eeet8Ce?Seoe?0 ?th,erS with solid ? Italian linings. ? We tell you they ? are good coats ? for the money? g t he best we ever . oose??e??eec?9?o?? sold for the price. These Overcoats cannot be duplicated except at an advance on our prices. If you can buy them in Nor? folk for $5, bring back the coat and get your money. A First-Rate sorted patterns for $5. These include various stvles, some lined through? out with Scotch Plaid Planne A Big Bargain for $1 Wool Cassini ere Suits, mostly Sacks. We have ? them in patterns, those in sc?ceijcieu?o?oaticsees many ? a n d * search ? a a ? that is the price or All ticle, at a *? money-saving * price, would g do well to g make tlien? 's selection of of rood ar- oeesasaoo?*coeeeoo?o? this assortm t For $15 we've included a line of F ncly-Tailored, Form-Conforming Suits, our own Superior Ma ice, from Fine Corkscrews. 1 )i.igonals, Cheviots and Worsteds, worth every cent 009Q&so09t)<ti!Coecoo make t h e m Of ?20. But the g . mmjggmt JulOVC lively. Bargain Price" ff? 4 Sgff g 1-or $15 you can means clean up ? a ? m ? secure a supe remnants at the ? 8[J g %^J? grior finished advanced period g ? ^3S^ ? Overcoat from of the season, to oaoo9o*aG?o?o*?oes an unlimited as? sortment, and consider you have made at least from $5 lo$ioon your investment, as they cannot be touched at any other season for anything like the prices we are quoting now. Besides thcic FIVE GREAT LEADERS we offer hundreds of Bargains in each department, which we cordially invite everybody to examine. We are de? termined not to carry over anything like a surplus in Heavy-Weight Wearing Apparel, and slashing reduc? tions are being made constantly to attain this end. Clothiers, Tailors. Furnishers, Hatters. Ii von have a good advertisement in a <rood medium To Make It Pav it is necessary to have something to sell, at reasonable prices; to know how to word an oiler so as t > conv ince those who are in want that they will be benefited by know? ing something more of the advertisers and his waies. s SLAUGHTER S?LsE ?OF? Reod, ITannoa & Co., one of largest inanufooturors of Pants, was forcod to make an assignmout. The court appointed our Mr. liowonshnn nssignoo, aud iu order to quickly wind up ita affairs, and with our lirm'a ready cash, our l\lr. Ij. purchased the outiro etock at '2!jo on the dollar. Twelve thousand of this extraordinary purchase ie here on our counters. It is a bttsi ncBsa boomer with us, while at the same time a money saver to you, woivrn Men's Working Tunis.S 1.25 Men.. K no/Ji r?-Ba 1 ants. 2.25 M?n*a Eitra l'uuts. bO Mi n a Engliah Oorduroy Pants. 4..'U Men a >ll Wool Hair J.fno Punts . M?n s Imported Worste i Extra lino Punt*. 7.no Men a working Suits. ti.5) Men h All Waul Lusiucsa Suits. 10 "3 Mon s All Wool 1 resi Suite. 15.00 .Veu a Worsted Extra b'iue Dress Suits_ -U-OO 10.(10 Children* Hutts from. 05 'to 4.00 tf?-Al,l. WOKTH UOUBtiK. Largo invoice of Chiblrou'e luae rants irat recilved. Price* run,'e from 2Ae to 01, None of the above goods will be roirorvo 1. su tint oo.ve Brat i or veil. now 60 OS 1.41 ".10 2.75 y.so 2.93 5.03 1 NORFOLK, 89 Main Street, VIRGINIA. ?S lata sona aanii aamn noan t:?3o anna 66 HALT! HALT!! YOU SAY T Well, I guess not. I am mounted on one of White & Dodson's Record Breakers! T R 1 B U N E S Y R A C S T E R E S T 0 R At E R Full line of the above. Oh! that$50 wheel, the "Stormcr." WHITE & D0DS0N, No. 151 Main Street. Trustee's Sale of Dry Go:ids and Notions ! |1S)S IVl Al INJ ST | FORMERLY -TME1 WRIGHT STORE!. dr. T.> ar,v one buying i On m Pal era Ib'n wra k al 54.11 mid (S wo m ,11 mlng* free, rboreoniltt af oto dozen utton*, one doa?n bone*.two yardi i.i ?!oira aaJ waist lining.on< apool o( cotton.oaa ?>o. ?ilk, one s\i<o: iwiit, mho ptojj ikirt lindd, ihren v;i d bona eaiine and Im> ilia sud eye*. I'bia wo.k we have made lower pri' c> "ii Outing Flan ueli, Cutin Suitfogi. Ivb lo ixodi Tabta l/neni, lo-ue Linen Settr. cheaper, tdiyhtt y a lei. A few B aaketi from SI.SJ iuS-.'-i left ret tiiu.o pretty d->i.-hi Mi bm'iroideied Flanneli al reine 'i p'kea. Man'i Uaderahlrla and Drawer,, tue each and Howard-; hargalua. Children'! Wool Ibxdi en I Sa quea at Sc, 10 and t5c ?aob. Ileaimnta alnioai given nway, sp'.-.ai lor priceioaJntl r'lir dture Coverings, Oai KidOtovei, dreaa i hades, foima.'Iy ?I5J, $1,28 and tl, all ?'?.? ii io rSc a pair io clone mt. ' all and tee u?. A. McFarlaxd, Mang'r. J. BEHDETT, m mm ? M. G, Levering, Trustee. BroKBr mi mm, Will o:Vcr ono of he lini it is Karat Gold ltepcator Wa oh< a, Rai y Towe'.a anil Hn. fo t ine, worth for 41'25; a'so a very fuo bigb Krude is Karat Gold Jnrgiutoii Watsh, ?uitli S275 lor $1*25, ?Joinu in uu I exumtue i iir stock, in wo have .-uuio more , Specialties in Watches and Fine Diamonds. Dout f;rgot tho placo?Ko. '.10 CflUnCU Bl'liEET. SPECIAL FOR THIS WEEK I Rally l ane Peas Standard) at 10 per can. Two i'uns Ipri -ot? (?tatiii.irdi for 25a. XwoCaua Toiuatoea iHtaudard for IS:. 1 our (uns < !oru I Stan lard) for .Sc. Fresh Country Putter hi juc por pound. Extra large Smoke 1 Pert Touguesat 50c o i h, Piiiitbnt 1 I II ,raa ill 10 2-Sep r pound. Bpriusflebi II.hum al He per pound. Wiatph ilia Hums al 14c per | o ind. t-u^ur Ourod llama, 11c per p?uu I. 'Phono 209. CHAS. A. MORRIS, cor. Church cv. Holt St. iSPAR KLING CHAMPAGNE GIBER T A HEALTHY DRINK FOR WINTER OR SUMMER. Made of Pure Fruits. Keep i auy length of time. A delicious drink, s. .11 in bulk or by boltlo. All tir class 11 cors keep it. Out of ton n order will rccoive prompt ntt.uti u. CHAS. U. PLUMMER, Prop'r, Works Corner Avonno Pun I CI urch Slroot. -je: way to do right ?AND GET TUB BEST BEEF, VEAL, LAMB, PORK, SAUSAGES, Etc., ?GIVE Oil 1)2113 TO? J. 8. bell. jr. & CO., flica?e [Harket, Goi?ei aueen and ctiuicii sis. Phone B3r Pabst Milwaukee Beer. IIK.'li ST A WA It IIS AT ALI. KXIHkilTIOKS. Pure t o t brewcl l> ??ml l eapready for famliej phoke. 507, 7U. RLE HP PORTER J. El. FULFORD, Sole Agent. 4E3**S|>Aelal I cl^ciy lor I'ri^ntd I ami lie*. TURKISH AND RUSSIAN BATHS, (f) Corner Church and Bute Starts. alwavs open ! ft Hours Reserved for Ladies: Tuesdays, Fridays; 8---} P. M ? phone 7s^. SLKUPING ROOMS. VAN THI.BUKG II0FMAN, Manager '}/ ^1^00000000^^ 1^00000^ Lt000a^^ IIj?ci<lii?titt>ji Hiiiniiiio, (jpsmby Street. - o-? Si-orthand, Bookkcrpinp,, Penmanship, Arithmetic, ?an'/.ing, Etc. No education ia complete without a thorough bnaiacsi training. Stndout'i admitted at any time, Individual Itiatructiou. No clasatM. EiOitaut rooma over looking Norfolk barbur. 1 crnis :e mouable. i-or eirculnr addreHi i 1. W. PATTON, Principal. AT AND BELOW COST! IPHE VIRGINIAN * has a limited sup? ply of valuable books still on hand from its Premium Depart? ment, operated in the year 1894. A few of each kind, any one of which will form a valuable addition to your library. It order to close out the supply, any one oi these books will be sold at the actual cost. SIGHTS 10 SCENES of the World. A Photographic Portfolio of the Mar? velous \\ orks of (Jod and the Wonderful Accomplishments ol .Man: embraces a rare und elaborate collection of the most beautiful and noted examples or Palaces, (Jal hedrals, Painting's, Lakes and Picturesque Scenery on the lace ol' the globe, interspersed with instantaneous ]> h o i o g i' a p h s ol street scenes in the World's Greatest Cities, designed to take the place oi an El2cle?ided Tour Around the YKiorl&> This valuable vol? ume, and several others, can be had as long as the limited supply last? a l less tit an half what they are usually sold for. im oppo?TUHini DON'T MISS IT