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PUBLISHED EYE?* MOlttUNQ BXUEl'l'
MONDAY.
UBQiMaN BUILDINU.
MAIS AND COMUEKCB SXUUBTd.
M. QLKSNAS. Owm.i.._
"TllK UIUCULATIOS OK 1 HI-. VI KU INT AN
ig IA.HUELV IN EXCESS uf any other
Moer published In K?st ru VirKluiii.
-m oiroul??ii'U in NorfoU mid Portsmouth
is creator than th.it uf ?u> uapoi published
??cirouiate??tathe ?wo oitie?.
? tie delivered in the eines of Norfolk und
rorlsinouth auJ suburbs for 1" ceuts a
week. >'ad siib-riptiona. pounce paid,
fftve Dollars per year. Throe Pollare lor rix
?iionihe, Otio Dollar and fifty Cent? lor
thro.< month*, ant H'ty Oettts tor 0110
nionth. ,
Advertisements inserted attherutooi it
Cents a Boos** Finn* inskrti ?x; each bub*e
queut insertion S7J Cksts, or 5> ti nts
w lilts issta TKi> r.VKtti luitttn ?av. t'ontrao
tors are not allowed 10 exooed their koa-o
or advertise other than thoir ICRltiniSte
business, except by royi.t^ especially for
the same.
ThK Wkkki.y VittniM?;i ?si> Ojuiolinias,
eight pnges. U ?teliveied. poShtRe paid.
three months, 2So,; six mouths, Stlo, twelve
mouths. ?1
Entered m scoottd:cla<is matter.
PERSONS LEAVING THE CITY
During; the summer can have THE
NORFOLK VIRGINIAN mailed to
them by ordering it at this oflicc,
either in person or by letter.
The canned horse meat industry has
assumed such proportions at Portland,
Oregon, that a special rate to the Kost
has been made by the railroads for
handling the product.
It is estimated that the annual con?
sumption of oatn in tho United States
has been reduced about ono hundred
million bushels, owiuk to tho diplaco
ment of horse power hy electricity and
bioycles.
The Treasury Department has de
Bided that the prevention of the pro?
posed bull light s at tho Atlanta Expo?
sition by prohibiting tho balls from
being brought into tho country from
Mexico is no part of its Imsinees.
The citizen who patronise homo iu
dustiies tucket au investment beyond
his purchases, lie iovtstu in the town.
This is a fact that Knoxvillc should
lent u to more practically appreciate,
thinks tho Kooxville Tribune, und the
eauae ia tho cabc in every otiier lev, u.
A sociaty for tho suppri ssion of
scandal has jtiet been founded at Iu
aterburg, in Germany, 'J he aim of
tho society is to suppress the too free
use of tho tongues of malicious Ira
ducers, with winch the town, it is nl
leged, is beleaguered, and more
promptly to punish tho offenders.
It is said that s snmmer girl at Man?
hattan beach has invented a now and
delightful ee&sbore game, which she
bos named Trilby, and the Savannah
News describes tho game thns wiso:
"Two or more pooplo can play it. A
yonng womsn buries her bare foot iu
in the sand, and then a young man bets
on the exact position of one of her
toes. After tho money is up, the bet?
tor digs his fingers into the sand. If
be locates the too that he bet on be
wins the monoy, Jf ho doesn't, which
is usually tbe case, the pot rocs to tho
owner of tho toes, and the gume is bo
gun over again. Any one can under
stand at onoe bow simple and fancies
ting the game is. and also how profit
able it is to the owner.
fi.MiKAsiiii .Mii.i. rAciflirtest.*!
The Wool and Cotton Reporter gives
some interesting figntes of mill con
struotioD, improvement and enlarge?
ment, especially in the South during
the first half of 1895. The figures .show
that "North Carolina takes the lead
with thirty one new mills and a num?
ber of cosily enlargi mcnts of old
plants, South Caroliua has twenty
two; Georgia, fourteen {Alabama, five;'
Texas and Virginia, three onch. Penn?
sylvania comes noxt to North Caroliua
with twenty-nine new plant? and New
York with twenty three tiuishes ahead
ot South Carolina by a bare nost;
Massachusetts has only nineteen, and
New Jersey exactly as maDy as
Georgia.1'
The ProvideDce (R. I,) Journal, in
commenting on these figures, soys
that neither of the three preceding
years has tho totals for the whole year
been nearly twice- as much as tbe show?
ing for tbe first half of this year.
?Tn 1801 the number of new eoter
prises begun was 2<J3; iu 1893, 'J79,
and io 1892, 850, During tho last half
of the year 1891 the construction of
147 new plants was undertaken." In
the first half oi 1895, 201 textile manu?
facturing enterprises wore started and
ere now in successful operation.
The Charlotte (N, 0.) Observer, in
a review of tbe shove, expresses itself
as beiog "especially gratified that so
large a proportion of tbeso new enter?
prises srn in tho South, and more espe
cialiy gratifying that North Carolina
shows a littlo more than one seventh of
ti>0 Whole, number." Our contemporary
is of the opinion that "with the Blurt
thnt the South already ha* as a in: nn
faoturiug section, aud with the pro?
gress it has made ay mob during a time
of depression unexampled iu a half
conti.r ;, it oauuot be coujoctured what
it win attaiii unto iu the lull Hush of
the good times, which seem now to do
almost in sight," nnd it is right. The
South bus a far better oullook lor the
future than any other section, aud the
day is not far distant when tho fuel
will bo folt and acknowledged ou all
sides,
UOMIKATt-; AI.I. .ill .11 t It K i'IN.
It is iutorostiug to see how the E"g
li.-h nowepapers aud mauulacturers are
complin in lit; of tho luroudu that uro
being mado on llritish tcrritorry and
markets by American uiiiiinfaolurors.
Mere is a sample from a Into mnue of
the London Iron and Coal Trado Re?
view:
"In previous issues of tho ltoview
wo hnve shown how far Americau iron
mid steel in on u fuel urers wero uivudiug
our Canadian markets until they hud
renohed the poiut of sending a larger
volume ol irou aud steel goods into
Canada than wo suud from England.
1 bin is but oiio ol tho many sihuh and
tokens that have boeu lint too nppur
out duriUK tho lust few years, aud more
especially iiuriug tho last twelve
mouths, whou tho Vaukeos have ueatru
the record for cheap prices, The ex
port of manufiu tnrcd cnmls froi the
Cui'.ed Status i* now uoni ly oue third
ol thu total uNporta ol this country,
which nt olio lime, aud that uot so loug
ago. constated almost exclusively of
loud ami ugricultiirul products, A re
oeut Utleruuoe by uiio of thu largest ox
purtiug hoiues in the United Status
was to tho effect that America will
probably, in the near lllture, duiuinate
ull the markets iu thu world iu the
production of luauufaotured goods. The |
old time supromuoy of Kugiuud is on
the wane, und oven iu England itsolf !
mauy ur tides of Amarican gouds, par- ?
tiutilurjy eottoo goods, muutitacuirid
leather und iron, urn sold more cheaply
ihau the native products,"
"TbCBe complaints como from n
country whicu is used to frightou
American workingmeu into voting for
Inch InnIV, which ia supposed to ho
for tlisu protection, but which benefits
ouly tho mauufacturoror."
If, as the Knoxvillo Tribuuo re?
marks, American goods can be sold
in British markets iu competition with
Kritiuh goods it is appareut that
American manufacturers are iu small
need of protection ng.inBt British
goods iu tho homo market.
A Ixwt Typo.
Ob, for n glimpse '.r ;i natural boy?
A boy with freckled race,
With forehead white 'nuath tangled bolr
And lnnlis devoid of ur&< e;
Viiu,-i in I ton In, while Ih- elbows flare;
Win,ne knees .ire. patched nil ways;
Who turns red as a lob t, r when
You give loin word of praise;
A tx y who was born with an appetite;
Who seeks the pantry shell
To cut bis "piece" with re wunding smack
Who Isn't gone on himself;
A "Robinson Crusoe" reading iioy
Wliose pocki ts bulge ? Uli (rash;
Win. knows the use of rod and kuii
And where the brook trout splash.
It'-: true he'll ^it In the easiest ebair,
With hat on his tousled head;
That his linndt -aid feet are evorywhero.
Kor youth must lutVO room to spread.
But he ilocsu'l dub his father "old man."
Nor deny bis mother's call,
Kor ridioulo what his elders sny,
Ur think that lie knows it all,
A rough ami wholesome natural buy
Of a good old fashioned elnyj
Ood bleie. htm, if he i Still Uli earth,
For he'll make a man some day.
?Uotroit Free Press.
Scratching
and Swearing;
only increase the irrita?
tion anil heat the blood. Whal
the skin needs is ,i cooling, heal?
ing application that brings com?
fort to body and mind, and which
at the same time has strength
enough to penetrate a clogged skin
and to dissolve the scales ol
Eczema and Dandruff.
is the only perfect preparation of
this kind. It will cure Eczema,
Tetter, Itch, Salt Rheum, Dan?
druff, Itching Piles, Ring Worm,
Pimples, Blotches and other dis?
eases of the skin. Sometimes it
will cure in a few days?some?
times it takes longer?but the cure
is certain and permanent. There is
no question about it. It has been
proven limes without number.
go cents?all drug sturcs.
FOSTER MEDICINE COMPANY,
BALTIMORE, MO.
FOSTIWS G RR,MAN ARMY ANB NAVY
CATAKKH CURB cur.? Currh, Hay
t-?v?r, CotJ in the (lead jnj ill UULanunaUau
?i the nasal paJJigow Jeg.
MGR. SATOLLI'S SUCCESSOR.
, Ho Ii MKT. l.nOliln- Zalcr.iUI- s-itollI to
Hp a Cardinal. j
Perhaps tho greatest Interest and most
I Vfido.-prcrKi eatirtfnctioxi will bo that
' awakened by learning that Mgr. Frun
j ceaoo Satvlli, Ituliua archbishop of L?v
j panto :.nd dclvgate apostolic to the Unit
I ed Slates, will bo meated cardinal in
i tho forthooming consistory. I have boon
I assured on most trustworthy authority
! thnt .such will ocrtainly be the caso this
time.
Not only that, but kis successor in
tho United States bus, it is said, been
appointed in tho person of Mgr. Ladle
las Zalcvruki, titular .uchlnshop of
Thebes. Mgr. Zalewaki is at present in
India as delegate upor.tolie uud bus nr
(luirod a great reputation for the ability
with whioh be Ikib eoudncted affairs.
11c is also noted for the distinguished
etate he koeps up.
Five years ago h* was in Paris, and I
have been informed by those who met
him thorn at thut time that they regard?
ed him as n prolate of extraordinary tal
ont ami groat (act uud gentleness.?
Rome Dispatch to Baltitnoro Sun.
A Orent Amnrlcnti Qnratlou.
Had southern statesmen f>0 years -ago
not been sri beut uu securing an exten?
sion of slave territory und the aduiiuis
tralion of Polk not been in sympathy
with theuj, there would uot uovr ho any
Manitoba question to disturb tho cabinet
of Premier Bowell and make the out
come onu of suggestive speeula'tfon from
our side of the line. Had theDt rnooratio
cry of "Fifty-four forty or fpjht" btcn
carried into our foroigu policy, what is
now Manitoba uud the provinces to hor
west would have been either* states or
territorial of thu United States.
The coBviotion is deep that a-M-uts a>ro
rapidly ripening for tho absorption of
Canada by the United states.?St. Paul
?lobo.
Martert Prioo oi Wives.
A mun iu Hcokcns^clt, N. J., rpeuntly
purchased another man's wife fur $?0,
tho money to be paid in iiiotolhiion? of
C-u pur month, the payinontef the eighth
month to bo $8, to balance the acoofint,
Tho difficulty of obtuiniug u list cou
tuiniug the market price of New Jersey
wives readers it bard to discover wheth?
er the Ilackeusack man, ^iu{,-ht. u bar?
gain or not.?Boston HorSld.
nplllS is the best time of the
* year to have your house
papered and your I'urnllurc
re-upholstered.
We are tnoroughly well
equipped to do First-Class
Work at special prices during
the Summer months, and will
furnish estimates free oi
charge.
150..
ISos. 98 and rear ot 02, 94,
96, 98, 1 UU and 102
Main Street
143 and 145 Church Street.
? ffk Rolls New Malting
11 from ioc.
Rolls Linoleums from
6oc to $i per yard.
From $5 to $75
OIL CLOTH
FROM zee TO BOo.
HI REFRIGERATORS.
Buying for Cash, We Can
Sell Rieht.
Coli Eat
D. F. DONOVAN.
The crowds are with us. A confidence exists between the people and this store.
The Great Stock Relief'Bargains create a steady increase of business every day.
The Great Bargain News has spread far and wide.
The people can readily discern Genuine Value from that which is bunconib aud
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 & Co., are Union-Made, and guaranteed supcriorLto sweat
shop stuffs that are usually palmed off for first-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 not slow to catch on. Busy Times on these
Straw Hats Down to 25c
Pin Stripe 1*31115 for men, all sizes, are just as
good for sound, staple value as one dollar is
worth,., another. These are good, serviceable
Pantaloons, and arc guaratced neither satinet nor shoddy,
7 5c Straw Hats Down to 38c
Men's Summer Coats of Good Wash Fabrics,
equal in every respect to goods sold everywhere
at near about double the Bargain Price.
o<BARGASN TIME IS NOW !>*
All Wool Pants Suits Suits for boys, all sizes,
double breasted Jackets, double seat and dou?
ble knee, patented bands and riveted buttons
Suits that have sufficient weight for year round
o-n Pants,
wear.
$1.75 Straw Hats Down to 83c
Knee Pants for boys, all si/es to age 15 inclu?
sive, neat designs, strong and durable Pants that
afford every boy an apportunity to keep tidy at
small cost. Think of it?only 10 cents.
$2 Straw Hats
to $1
$1 Straw Hats Down to 50c
Fine Imported Cassimeres. Worsted and Chev?
iot Pants for men, all sizes, superbly tailored,
form-fitting and in every detail of manufacture
Pirst-Class Trousers. Many of this lot actually
worth double lh<
up time is now.
Bargain Price put on them, but cleaning
Go they must.
$1.25 Straw Hats Down to 63c
Sitf^ Serge. Worsted and Cheviot Pants, plain and
ill fancy effects, samples in the Clothing Window.
Many of these Fine Pants are remnants from
suit combinations, and sold for less than the bare cost of
the material and trimmings.
Stylish Suits for young men, faultlessly tailored,
beautifully trimmed and as perfect fitting as tho
uest measure-made Suits. Seven Dollars takes
the chuice as long as they last.
$2.25 Straw Hats Down to $1.13
Men's and Boys' Sweaters, samples in Fast Win?
dow, worth nearly double this price everywhere
under tlie 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 eve to economy, can
readily see the Great Money-Saving Induce?
ments continually offered in the Ten Dollar
[line of Men's Suits. Fire Sale Plunder. Sweat Shop StuTs
i nor Boodle-Made Clothing bear no more comparison to
'these Union-Made, Form-Fit tins, Ready-to-Wear Suit*
than does darkness to daylight. The assortment, by reason
of price reduction, is now larger than ever. See the Shew
Windows.
$1.50 Straw Hats Down to 75c $3.00 Straw Hats Down to $1.|0
ENTIRE STOCK AT COST, 30 DAYS.
C ,ml COOD* JOHNSTON CHINA CO.
FRESH FISH \ OYSTERS, FISH and GAME.
FRKbll FISH I l-'toeSbad and otuer Kldi la great varlelj
FRESH FiSH V KL'lail at 31. 32 ami 33 City Pish Market
rni L tJ r>iOT1 i X. A. BULLOCK, ARont,
FRESH FISH < utchei ami tVuuletth) i-oiler.
FRESH FISH J PKPOTS?} cS"pcr oYU{???l\\n?tttu''and Brewer ?traota,
RUPTURE OF m% WOITlErl RND CHILDREN
Permanently Cured in Thirty Days.
No Knife. No Pain. No Honey Until Cured.
186 Main Street, Every Tuesday ind Saturday from 10 A. M. to I P. M.
Beginning May 7th, 1S95.
ro??N n;L!- NORFOLK WIM CURE CQHPAE
The Wise and Masses! ^
Slionlit know that it U to their own intorfbt t 1 1>U? where ti.ov otU'lit to know ^?
gT thv ONE rttlOK I'OI.IOV prevail*. Sou what a Utile money will bay; ^
Ladies' Patent Tip Oxfords, 2 to Si.39c
^ Ladies' Tan Oxfords. 2$ to X.?.45c 3
? Lathes' Good Wear Oxfords, 2^ to 8. 58c ^
^ Ladies' House and Yard Oxfords, 4 to S.10c 3
{$r The 4-Bc. Bargain Counter T
St: <'ont.un< l.a.iifR- F.in.-v Slinpori, aiul Mitnri' Patent Leather Slipper*
W to Ii; Misses 1;. <i oxioui.- 1:1 to 1 ^ ??? I ilei I . utoi its, 1 I i ? i
-?>
^ -,-?- .3
g HELLER'S ONE PRICE SHOE STORE,
j|>ll ^*-S B.irik Street, Opposite Courthouse.
Butter ! Butter I ! Butter!!!
Ere-L Country Hutter, lfc | er |K>und, or tbrce pound* for 50c
Ginger Snap*, 6c par po.m I
Bpringfictd Hums, ?mltbfield Jl.-.tu", Sogar Cured Hams, ami fine Corned lletf.
'Phone 2Q9._CHAS. A.JVIORRIS. cor. Church & Holt St.
F. JACOBS & BRO, rrom%"eo*nTare tbe /*?\
rr? of Norfolk on ill kinds of personal property St a low rate of mt-rei*. Mai1 a% (~\
communications will u? prou>piiy attended to.
HEADS OF FAMILIES
Should remember that t!;ov can gat at all times the BEST BEEK, MUTTON, 8MOKED
ami i nr.:m MEA1S at
J. M. BBIvIv cV; CO.'S)
QUEEN KT It EE T MARKET. COIlNElt CHCltCU AND IJI'EKN STBEHTS.
Everything Fresh in the rViarket Line.
BEST POULTRY, VEGETABLES, EINE BUTTER AND EVERYTHING POH TI1ETABL1
H. SCHL/OSS' IS. IVloin ?St. JVIatrLcet.
HEMEMBF.lt THE PEACE.
Fer SKdrday's markering. ar,d [very Cay In tye Week, fist Ide Best.
*i?"Do you want something nico tu tbc way of marketing to-day? A uioa
Smithfield Ham. Fine Heel or Fine Groceries !
if no, reo ?bat we bay. Cash talUs and we 'ell low. S. .1 WHITEH?IWT. Agent,
8. E. ccrnri Obnrcb an,I Oliat-letto stieOtf.
LAFFLER'S IS THE PLACE.
FURNITURE, CARPETS, STOVES,
LATEST BTYLRB, MATTINOK, A ltd AND ItANHE-L
BEAUTIFUL SUITS. PORTI KUES, ot>. SUVI.MBIt 91'OVtti.
At tbo Very Eonoat Figures, tor Cash or loelallmont. Tukeyoilt' cliou ?
?i7-4auJ'J74 CUurct Ureas,

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