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$>CBLJ8HED KVEBX M?KN1NQ BXOKPT MONDAY. YIUUINIaS UU1LD1NO. MAIN ANO COMMEKCB tmtKBTA M. Ol.ENNAN. Uwm i.._ _ ???U1 cTuOlJLA l lO S UK IHK VlltGlNIAH b lJkBUIilA- IN hXUKSS "( an.? ottiv: nmrer pablished iu EMI in Vir 41111.1. ;iscirculation iii Norfub. ainl l otWimoulu Jspreater thau that >'f any paper |>ublislie>l or ,ironiated In toe two cities. t ,e delivered in the cities of Norf ilk and Portsmouth au.l tub! n - tor lu euuts ? vcak. vail subscriptions, 1 oatage paid. P r- Dollar* per roar; I'hree Hollars for sis months. One Dollar and Kiuy Units for *,bre- mouths, an! I-If 17 Oouts tor one BAo'ertisennnis inserted at tlieratoof 75 Ckms a Sk.t a t.EiitM i?-' UTi ?X; ea< b subse quent insertion !>7j Cttvra, or ;> 1 ? ?> r ?Mi:? ismvi TKii r.vrai uiiiku i?ay. Oontrae tor-i are not ?bowe l to o\ce <t tlioir spa o or mhertise other llian tlioir ICgitimtto Dusiucas, c\o<-pt by paying especially inr th> sit me. Tar Wm ?.v VnmiviA'i ?.:.?? CaaoMNUV. eight piiROs. Is dcllvoied, postage paid, three tuouilio. ttoc.: *ix mouths, ?0o, twelve months. > I Entered as i-roon l-eiass matter. PERSONS LEAVING THE CITY During the summer can hnyo THE NORFOLK VIRGINIAN mailed to them by ordcrine; it at this office, either in person or by letter. "Summer hero nt last," exclaims the Washington Post* Now, in the uauio of ail the poles nt oyee, wheto has tho Post beeu summering?," asks tho Chronicle. Au ogr cement has been reached bo twoeu the American and Russian pe? troleum thins: under which all the Itor osone trnde of the Mediterranean, (Sweden and Norway will bo givou to Russia. Tho people of Norfolk enn oongratu lite themselves upiiu sccuriug the ad vantage, of bei U K the teinaiu.il pmut of the Southern system. It 1? a great road, aud isaatirely becoming not ouly the great'system ol tho South, but one of the most important in tue entire country says the Raleigh News aud Observer. Tin; Vat iinias acknowledges the ro oeipt of a pamphlet copy of the elo? quent address of Copt. C. 15. Densen, of Raleigh, N. C, ou Maj. Got1. Wil? liam Henry Chase Whiting,of the Coti federate army, delivered iu Raleigh, N, C, ou Memorial Day, May 10, 1S95, It is n touching tribute to n splendid man, u great soldier aud a true pa? triot. WAV (Viit iiiiim; i in: 011 tci> , IO mihi ol.ti. I Atlaula, Ga., is makiug a big effort to secure the return to that city of the general offices of Iho Southern railroad, now located in Washington, aud Wash? ington is making u ttrenouB effort co retain theui. The pross of the two cities are actively engaged in the ad? vocacy of the advantages of these re? spective cities, and they have every treason to make a strenuous aud pcrsia tent battle for the success of their respective wishes, but, why not tho offices locnto in Norfolk? Its harbor has been selected as the dcop water terminus of this great system of railway, and Tho Vir? ginian sees every reason why our busi? ness interests should be taking active steps to secure the location of tho Koutheru railway offices in Norfolk, a great deal can be accomplished by or ganized effort iu this respejt. The I prize is one that is worthy of all the labor and all tho exertion that is need ' ful to bring into play to secure so grand a result. Why not steps be taken'.- A movement should bo made and as early as possible rOKEIt.m mia >i: ?\ coif. The Viroinia.n yesterday alluded lo the. fact that tho reports indi cated that the ootiutry this year will have the largest corn crop in ita history. Commenting upou the fact, the Chicago Record slates that this gratifying miormatiou comes at a most opportune time, iho foreign demand for both outs and wheat is decliuiug, whilo tLut for corn seems to be steadily increasing, For soiuu years the National Government has maintained iu Luropc an agent whoso business has been the introduction ol corn as a food product, und the policy has been productive ol good results. It has been hard to teach the Euro? pean that corn was as good for man as for uuitnn]-, but this fact has bocome to be understood aud tho lower prioe of corn as compared with wheat has been a powerful incentive for tho poorer classes to use it. This year's Grop is estimated at 2,404,000,000 bnehele, which is more thau 200,000,000 in excess of tho largest production of eorn ever known. With no foreign demand such a crop would be almost a calamity to tho pro? ducers ' of the country, but as t*o Record remarks, the indica tions aro that tbo export* of corn I this year will be more thau quodrupltd. i The fact if, there has uovor boon so aetiro o demnnd for corn for export an : now, and tbi? demand is moro likely to m Tract than to deoliue. If com instead of wheat oonld bo matte tbo leading export erop it would bo far butter for tbo Amoriean furmar. Corn is more easily raised and m not ho exhnnsting a crop for tbo ttoil an \\ bout ; or barley. BphIiIom therois less foreign , competition for the producer of com I than for nuv other K,ram. 'The wheat I erea is constantly diminishing in ! America while the corn area im iuerens nip. and the time may come wiion tho I United states will import instead of export wheat tor domestic couhiiiii| - I tion. 'I bo growth <tf tho foreign corn trade is one of Ilm most hopeful things obttnt tbo country's foreii<u trodo. i? i ( linn w i>i i.\ . Now that tho Louisiana sugar mon Luow Hint they cannot rely upon the Government for future bounties, says the Courier-Journal, instead of con? fessing rum Hiid ^oiiiR out of business, 8h tbov raid thor would havo to do, they aro preparing tu unprovo their macbiuory and iuureese their product by moro efTeotive processes <tf axtraot mg aud evapuratillg, and they bavo decided wisely. In faet, it is moro in accord with business sense und iu pur foci accord with Ibo theory oi Democ? racy, which teaches that industries, like ludivulnalo, Hud their greatest de? velopment in sell reliance, Tbo de mauda of tbeso people sbonld novoc have been i.ctpiiescri in from tho first. No Democratic administration could allow this aud retain tho respect of tho public m.iioi it.\i> <ki.ii. itoi'i: i l l,. Tho Richmond Dispatuh is of the opimou tb'it tbo Democrats aro more hopeful now than thoy were a few months arjo. "Tho cry of hard times," It says, "uns h i its potency, and hei been suececdod by a now coudiiiou of things, which promises to show to tho Democrats the path they must pursuo if they expect or desiro to elect the next President or Congress." Commenting on this question tho Frcderiokeburg Star Bars: "l.very tluy the prospect for Demo? cratic victory in the next national no li? test becomes brighter aud brighter, and if the party uets wisely, dospito all predictions to the contrary, the coun? try may have atiothor lieinoorntia ad ministration following immediately attor tho present one." Tbero can bo no iinostinu about tho ' h .?.;? d oondition of affaire, and that tho Democratic outlook is brightouing With oach day. If Iho party is truo to its traditions (hero iu no reusou why a Democratic administration should not Bucceed tbo piescut one. The Dimmer Maid. Wlitii lirat lie th us trousers, There ook-.om to it boy A thrill aud u fooling Of wonderful Joy. With hands In Ida pockots, Complaccul his smilo. Ho'* awaru ?.f ono fact? p\n clothes are '-tho style." Whi n a woman dona bloomer*) How nit..red tbo oasol Wii.it complex emotions Aro shown In her facet Bin 's in> faith in buttons, Hit foot Beom Immense, Ami alie )oujt* for tho loo Of a sheltering fence. PoOsOBBloa but seldom Contentment Insures. A woman who only Th? trouscrsiaacuro* O^tit little but worry For foar *lie may tear '?m Union* with th. in got . A husband to wear 'am. _?Truth. Well Known lit Homo. Probably if any other community out? side of Ohio wore asked toiunko n choice between Sbenniin and McKinley ou tho one Bide aud Fire Alarm Forakoron tho othi r they would have no hesitancy in de olnring for tho seuutor and the governor. But it would be rush to say the Buckeyes have made a mistlike. What thoy don't know about all three worthies is not worth knowing.?Philadelphia Record. There Is Merit fn IKcoU'a Nni-cr.pniilln. I was in b.id Condition with Hour Mivaiai-b, Meun Palpitation, i3.it Finance. Since tak? ing f lood's Karsanarilla i am as well as over. 1 give Hood's HarsaparUla .-.it the credit. I took no other medicine. Jon:; It, Loo u ahv. Roxbnry, Ohio, lteuicmber. Hood's gg Cures HOOrJ'S WHS RIO tOkiDg Uio leid. SfSc ?^rr i i i i i i i=?_ The crowds are with us. X confidence exists between the people and this store. The Great Stock Relief Bargains create a steady increase ot business every day. The Great Bargain News has spread (ar and wide. The people can readily discern Genuine Value from that which is buuconib and imitation. They know our advertisements are based on truth and facts. The prices marked in the windows are the prices paid in the store. Never was Good Apparel sold so cheap. Garments made by Burk & To., are Union-Made, and guaranteed superior to sweat shop stutVs that are usually palmed off lor lirst-class clothes. Better Clothing and Lower Prices are a matter of utter impossibility. READ THE LIST! Boys' Knee Pants Suits at the One Foity Five arc Big Bargains, and practical economists are nut slow to catch on. Busy Tmieson these] on parus suits. 5oc Straw Hats Down to 25c Pin Stripe Pants for men. all sizes, arc just as good for s und, staple value as one dollar is worth another. T hese arc good, serviceable All Wool Pants Suits Suits for boys, all sizes, double breasted Jackets, double scat and dou? ble knee, patented bands and riveted buttons Suits that have sufficient weight for year round wear. .75 Straw Hats Down to 83c Knee Pants for boys, all sizes to age 15 inclu? sive, neat designs, strong and durable Pants that afford every boy an apportunity to keep tidy at Pantaloons, and arc euar'ateed neither satinet nor snoddy, smaU cosl- Thmk of It-only .o cents 75c Straw Hats Down to 38c Men's Summer Coats of Good Wash Fabrics, cipial in every respect to goods sold everywhere at near about double the Bargain Price. Straw Hats Down to 50c Fine Imported Cassiiueres. Worsted and Chev? iot Pants lor men, all sizes, superbly tailored, form-fitting and in every detail of manufacture First-Class Trousers. Many ot this lot actually worth double the Bargain Price put on them, hut cleaning up time is now. Go they must. 2 Straw Hats Down to Stylish Suits for young men, faultlessly tailored, beautifully trimmed and as perfect fitting as the best measure-made Suits. Seven Dollars takes the choice as long as they last. $1.25 Straw Hats Down to 63c Serge, Worsted and Cheviot Pant;, plain and fancy effects, samples in the Clothing Window, 'o^w Many of these Fine Pants are remnants horn suit combinations, and sold for less than the hare cost of the material-and trimmings. $1.50 Straw Hats Down to 75c $2.25 Straw Hats Down to $1.13 Men's and Boys' Sweaters, samples in East Win? dow, worth nearly double this price everywhere under the sun. The Bargain Price, to clean out the lot, as long as they last, only Fifteen Cents. $2.50 Straw Hats Down to $1.25 Any man, with half an eye to economy, can readily see the Great Money-Saving Induce? ments continuallv offered in the Ten Dollar line of Men's Suits. Fire Sale Plunder, Sweat Shop Stu'ls nor Boodie-Made Clothing bear no more comparison to these Union-Made, Form-Fitting, Ready-to-Wear Suits than doi-s darkness to daylight. The assortment, by reason of price reduction, is now larger than ever. See the Show Windows. $3. Straw Hats Down to $150 ?eni ENTIRE STOCK AT COST, 30 DAYS. C?, a,,, ;^&^;all ,',,,J'; _JOHNSTON CHINA CO. FRESH FISH \ OYSTERS, FISH and GAME. fresh fish KlucSli.,1 and other FUI. Ingreat ?artet,. FRES 11 FISH >? Reta11 at 31, 32 and 3 3 City Fish Market. CD T7CI4 RlCtJ I T- A BULLOCK, Agent, rRKSrl riot l . I WUoleaale Ussier. fresh fish j depo?- | u,eWcr roots. RUPTURE GF IREri, WQITIBN HMD CHILDREN Permanently Cured in Thirty Days. No Knife. No Pain. No Honey Until Cured. 186 Main Street, Every Tuesday and Saturday from 10 A. M. to i P. M. Beginning Msy 7th, 1895. I ?!^?'',N rKl:r- NORFOLK RUPTURE CURE COMPANY, ? The Wise ?3rid Masses! 3 ^3 ?v" shonlil know that it i- to tin ir own interest to bur where they ou.:ht to know SET tbu ?NK ruiUK t'Ol.tviv preraiia. See wtiat a I.tttle money will buyi -5 ? Ladies' Patent Tip Oxfords, 2 to 8.J.39c ^ Ladies' Tan Oxfords, 2$ to 8.45c ^ Ladies' Good Wear Oxfords. 2}, to S. 58c 3 5^ Ladies' House and Vard Oxfords, .1 to 3.40c ^ The 4-3c. Bargain Counter T :! foutains Ladies' Fancy Slippers. .'. 2! and ft; Mite < rato it I oathf.r Slippers Ej? ^ 13 to Ii; Mtrsos l!cd Ui!o:.is Ki to li: Misses I'atout tip Heel Uxiords, 18t.il. ;j P HELLER'S ONE PRICE SHOE. STORE, % J?T 4-6 Bank Street, Opposite Courthouse. Butter ! Butter! ! Butter!!! Fr? t. Conolrj Butter, Ire ter pound, ortluee pjinds Or 5J ?. liingrr -ii.ips, SepOr pound Springtteld llarai, Smlibfield Han*. Sugar Cured Heins, and FlneCrneJ Beef. 'Phone 209._CHAS. A. MORRIS, cor. Church & Holt St. FTArnRQ jp. IJDiY Pawnbrokers, Cbnrch eireet (r.>.ir iioer i .q?K, . JAbUDj ?t ?IvVJ? rraaa Quevui ?r? ilio ni.iit h?r.U iiionrv lend- i^l rrsof Norfolk on ?II kfnda of personal property at alow rate of iotiret*. Mai1 f> ?S tomniiintcatloni will he promptly attended to. v*' ? HEADS OF FAMILIES should remember t: at tber cau got at all times the BEST BEEF, MUTTON', SMOKED anJ FRESH MEATS at QUEEN STBEET MAHKET, CORNED CHURCH AND QUEEN STREETS. Everything Fresh in the Market Line. BEST POULTRY, VEGETABLES, FINE BUTTER AND EVERY 1 U1N? FOR THE TABLE --AT H. SOHLOSS' 12. Muhl JSt. Market. REMEMBER THE PLAUE. For Miittft fliaikciing. am Every raj in life WiW, Gil me bcsi. >:.) i a you want somotbiug nice in the way of marketing to-day A old* Smithfield Ham, Fine Beef or Fine Groceries ! If so, tee ?bat no UaTJ. Cash tulks und we ^ell low. 8. .1. \V BITEtlUl 1ST, .'.itont. a E. oornor Olmt h nu i Ulinrlotte ^t oots, LAFFLER'S !S THE PLACE. FURNITURE, CARPETS, STOVES, LATEST STYLES, MATTINCS, AltOAND It A NO ES, BEAUTIFUL SUIT'S. PORTIERES, eta. SUMMER SI'OVBd. Al tbu Very Lowust Figures. for'Uash or Jiietalliuout. Tnkojour choiu.-. 4iTl auil -17 I CtiurcU i\r-.t I npHIS is the best time of tht> * year to have your housu papered and your Furnitur? reuphulstered. We are tnoroughly wen equipped to do First-Class Work at special prices during the Summer mouths, and will lurnish estimates tree oi charge. I HSilHM <L h'os. 98 and rear ol 92, 94, 90, 98, 100 and 103 MaiQ Street. The great thirty dura' removnl tale ia still, on nt .v.UKd A UUlt&'ti, mid the rcduolio? in price; ol Pianos, Organ! and Pioturoa are bringing buyers in largo numhsr* lu a cure burg .in*. It you romteinplate buy? ing nt' a.iu during tliu ? ear uosr is tb? tluia hemoinl'sr. t'.i s ^aln only la-ti SI days, nri4 to t?te a I autage of il you must cull c irlr and select from the largo stock to t>e sao ritlced. Head earefully the mafatrs auA price.! of db.crout iuattumeuts iu part a* follow-: 95U Erie Upright?, $193. HSU Bumner '. prights, f2rU. 425 Sumuor Uprights, HIS. 450 Hebnicr I i>r:i:iits. $32*. 500 Bradbury Uprights. *89j. Iii Klaxon .v lluinlin Orgaus. ir,n Beethoven l'i>riK:ht organ*, S05. li? Bridgeport Organs. S25. 125 UV.or.t Pianos, rfiO Tho ?bovo in only a fow of what wo bare to orier. We will veil ou easy torun uny iu dttument^ tin may se'.o t. 200 PICTURES selected ror the coming Fall and JCma I tra te, to be Bold nt i ost. Call and soo for your* bthc< and to convinced. Ames Sc Burk, 70 MAIN STREET. f 14.' and i4? Church Street. Rolls New Matting jy? from loc. Rolls Linoleums IroiB 6oc to $i pei yard. Hl C&RRtftGE From S3 to $75 OIL CLOTH r- rom a s c. to eoo. NEW REFRIGERATORS. Buying for Cash, We Cart Sell Right. I. F. CJfill eat T OF INTEREST lO ALL WHO VALUE mm iO HEALTH! Banner-man's Phenyle ia t!io most poworful disinfeC taut. gerniicids and deodorizer l.uo-.vii to mod ru science, it sets instantly and destroy* ioul idcr.-i ui sor.u nt a?o i. Use it in yourlionoei stables, cellars, ba t. rooinj. closets, on I bouses, g.ie bage pnis. etc., und Uocp you? families sAfo from li oa<lod opt. detn.es of nil I-1ti Is. I Oil SALE MY LAWRENCE & HOLME?, DRDCSISTS. KS. 76 Mil STREET. opposite st. James hotel* PHONE 733. floods delivered ft** to <*!) i wLi of aha ?Ity.