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PUBLISHED EYKUi MOTININU EXCEPT MONDAY. YIBGINIaN UUlLblNO. MAIN AND CO?UBKCKSXUKBTd. at, (3LBNNAN. ?wski? ?iHKOlKGULAilO.S Ol' TUti VlltCIlNlAN k lABUKI.Y in EXCESS ul ku. otbor i.apcr uubliohcd in Kai: i u Virgiuiu. u circulation i? Norfolk ?nil l'ortamoutti Verr?ter ibau tbut of any paper published or v.icu aio.l in tu- two c irtes. . .t is delivered m tbe cities of h.irf..U ami Portsmouth au.l ?itblirb? for in coots a week. 'Mail tub < riptions. | ? paid, i'iv.- Dollars per year; Three Hollars to: :-ix uioiiltis One hollar ami Pil'tjr Cent* for three mm tbs. au I Htty Cents lor out! artltemcnts inserted at the rate of 75 CsNib a S. t \' k I'ii;-; lv-i UTloN; each ?ubse quaut insertiou 87j Cksts, or 5' Cunts whvn t>-? ? run avast, otiikm iiav. contrac? tors are not ?bowo 1 to oxcerd 0>eir spa u or advertise other than their legitimate Easiness, cxeopt by paying espocially tor the same. Tai: Wekki.v Vihoinia:i ?m> Caiioi.isias, eight pages, I* delivered, noshiee paid, three luomba,'iSe,; six mouths. 60c, twelve mouth?. (1 1 ntore.l as scoond-class tuattor. PERSONS LEAVING THE CITY During the summer can have THE NORFOLK VIRGINIAN mailed to them by ordering it at this office, cither in person or by lei tor. It is estimated tlint Atuoriesns going abroad this year will spend nearly 8100,000,000 in gold in Europe. It is intimated that the Atiauta bull fights will he accompanied by the soil cadences of the btllbul, and that Mr, Bullock will be the umpuc, so.\stno Savannah News. Is not the Pilot mistaken us to its reference to Tin: ViuoIstan in its yos terda>'a issue? This paper baa no knowledge of having expressed au Opinion ou tho subjeot alluded to. "Farming land in the West is about three tinieB the price of Aliibntua land of equal, if not superior, fertility, says an Alabama paper, ami tho remnrk ap. jilies with equal force to lauds in Vir? ginia. ?_ It has heeu very truly said: "Wi en tbe white uiau wauts au Indian reser vatiou opeued, ho begins to lntit about the imminent dauber of au ludiun tip rising, and the whito tuau keeps it up until ho gets what he wauts." This backed up by tho soothing axiom that an Iudiau is good for nothing uutil he is dead, has been knowu to work wonders, ? i 11.hi: roil At.i. i iii.m.s." Ex Speaker Chorlos P, Crisp was asked the other day while in Now York about tho polittout situation in the South, and iu reply suid: "There is not much going on in Georgia--or any place in the South, iu fact-of a political natuie. The farm ors and cottoii growers nro busy with their orops, and they aro not sayiug much about politics." The Philadelphia Record, iu com? menting on Mr. Crisp's siatemeut, has the following to say: "It is a hopeful sign when the poo pie of the South forsake politics to at? tend to husii less, for the average Southerner would rather discuss cur rent issues than eat?or drink. Such a oonditiou of diligeuce in business is bright with promise aloug ull tho lines of material progress." But the South lias not abaudoucd politics. There is a tiuie for all things and ths people of tho South are wise enough to know it. To tako a proper interest in politics is the duty of overy good citizeu, aud the hope and belief is that tho men of the South will not fail iu this expectation "IHK lit! Ill III' IIISl'OHY." Mr. Charles Broadway ltouss, of Jlew York, has donated SIOO.U 10 to aid the Confederate veterans iu ereotiug and equipping a memorial building iu which documents, records, letters, por? traits and other objects of uiteroBt re lating to the Confederate side of the war betwoon the States, may bo pre? served. A friend of Mr. Houss writes as follows, regarding "the importance of looking otter our history: Shortly after tho termination of tho war I became thoroughly impressed with tbe importance of tho South tuk iug up the work of vindication. I saw that Northern writers, imbued uith partisan feelinge, stimulated by sec? tional animosity and posing aY his toriaus, were falsifying history; tust they were misrepresenting the causes that forced the South to take up orms cud tho manner iu which she had sus? tained the ooutlict; that they were re? viling our domestic institutions, im puguing the courage and devotion of our soldiers, making our trio ted lead ors the objects of malignant abuse and were utilizing tho toxtbooks of the Lohools to mislead aud debauch tho Winds of tho young. 1 saw that these misrepresentation!, antl sianders, pro? pagated over a wide field and without correction, were being accepted as facts. As tho Atlanta Constitution remarks "this is not au overdrawn statement Many iucorreot and seriously objeu Uosable histories of our civil ?ar ara Dow in circulation and have found their tray iuto Southern sokoola." I These are evils winch should bo oor reeled, and the handiomc donation of j Mr. Kouss muk?s it possible to do eo. I Let the enterprise be started at once, j To colloct and preserve Iho faota with I whiohto viudioate the truth of history, i will be u great servioo to tho future ' historian, nud greater still to tho Southoru |ioo[ilo. ?? 1*181 LOAU I.Vl I'V OS" till," There appears no test or ttioory laid down for luun to pursue that ho may attain very old age, though the world is inclined to tho belief that ho who lives plaiuly aud who shuns exeoHsea of whatever oharaetor is more apt to at tain vory old agu than ho who livea tho rovorse. Nodher does olimetio ooudl- I tiotis offer any settled solution <d tho i|tiebtiou. Fur instatico, tho oeuton- | ariau is (re.pientlv found in the oold elimate of Norway, and tho samo is thn ease under tho hot ruus of South and Central Ameriea, Those who Lave mado the question a study, say that the open air is uoudu Mve to benltIi und long lite, nud tho world oerteinly accepts this as a faot. In Peru, for inatnnco, it is known that a man working in tho open nir lived to tho age u( 120years, while on tho other hand a noted French oliamisl, whoso life was spout almost entirely in hie workshop, lived to ID) years. Men who hove led temperate lives have hern knnwu to live 100 yoara, while it is recorded that otheru who wero absolutely intempurato have lived to reach au ago equally as groat. Tbe (act is,there is no example for man to follow winch will insure in in tho age of a ceutcuariau. und thus far tho-o t fb-red have proven of little use. GOV. GREENHALGE A POET." D,< tiuta tho Place or Honor in the- I'ootrj. Corner of ft TeucbuiV Aonml. The present governor of Massachusetts i Is a poet He lias long been kuown an a Bueuot-sful lawyer, an nstnte politician aud a fair congressman, 'i nut he bud tbo literary boo in hia lioitn?t, however, nobody dreamed until ho came out ovor his own signature a few day.-; ugo und acknowledged the foot. His native city of Lowell is tho cen? ter of an association kuowu as tho Schoolteachers' guild, uud once a year tin) r.ssoointion lets looso a sheet called the Lowell (Juild (.touricr. Thetoachera have been Id tho habit of depositing litrny versos in tbo poetry ooitiei' of this journal and covering them up with quo tatioru from Shakespeare, Longfellow, Holtuo6, Tuniiysou. Shelley uud others too unmerons to mention. This year the s.uiic genernl vtiln provailod, but the name of Frederic T. Qrconhulgd led ull tho rest. Ho lays claim to tho follow? ing : IN A DIARY. As naiadi botblug in a crystal nil To tho olear waters h-ud u olearer wl?ry, Bo. lovn, this uiowj i'o(;e make whiter utill With all nwuotnois of thy puro life * story. As rosobnd June breatbus frcRiancu Urn i.,-:> tho your. Ami obcors i httlo grim Decembor's irbiom Thy life shines rosollka in Time's pathway drear And xluldens troubled hearts with it* soft bloom. From one sweet fault, door girl, thou art no* fren; I.ove for n fitnnor is that i.taint. Thu precious lov? that cheers tny lifo mtitog thee A truor woman?und. so, hiss u eidnt. ?FrodoriO T. (Jreonhiilife. At lirst tho teachers were in the sov onth boaven of deliyht. It was a great card for thatn to have tho govurnor as a contribntor, ruin it wru not until some of the more critical began dissecting the poem that the little offering of tl.eobioi magistrate of the state sot med 1 *as than perfect. SoiUO thought the nitids of youth might bo contaminated by the references to bathing uaiadti others thought tho governor .should -have allow? ed the naiads more water than is nnu nlly contained in a rill. Another group of objectors took umbrage at the moral sentiment of the best stanza and dissent? ed from the governor's argument that a truer woman is less u saint. Tho Democrats are satisfied with the \ poem. They will use it in the nextcaru paign.?Now York Sun. Sliver Cr-im Waning?. Tlmt tbo pooploare returning to their senses, and that, therefore, tho silver craze is vf*.uiing is evident from the hu? morous way in which the Indiana edi? tors disposed of Dm subject a few days ego at their state association. They adopted tbo following resolutions: Vrhirniis, There appears t., he a large nnJ Tariert assortment uf opinions tin the money nutation among the members of Uio ossocia i tlon, and eari, ?ti?.- t.. think thm ?11 that in needed t.. brine lila brother* Into agreement with him is further study of Iho question on the ;>iirt of the lutter. nml as eaon mid ull doubt Ion concur in this, therefore, Ri Ivetl, That nothing should be done on any day that does not hava to b di on that day anil that rui better be dorn tomorrow. Thm if one dv Mj nut really have to , ro.n n swolh n stream at once, if th - l.rbVes]aiim:nj in iliait] aud In need of repaii an t Is being re paired,and it beside* the stream is fallingaod gives promise of \minu in ?ueb ci nditlon that II ' ? be forded or orussud dri ??>. I bafore one needs if. bo on tho other side, it la too Ji.irt of Wisdom t.. o.Htn-1 uirh r th? oliv? uraii' hen In tho shady grove <.n the aide i f the rivor. Therc-'r. No Coin|.urLoii. A correspondent wonts to know "whether soda water is n better drink than ico water iu Bummer." Well, wo should wink!?Chicago Dispatch. Impure blood is the cunse of boils, pim? ple? an.I other eruptions. Hood a raraape? ri:L> iir.rines the blood, aud tum tUe.e 1 IrouhlM. , Tile iiiiwlfi: Boy. Who should OOmo up tliu road on? day Bat the doctor man 1? hit two wheelad nhay. Anil h.> wheu'd hl? hone, mid ho cried "Aboy, I have troiiK-'t you fvlas a bvwleg boy I ?nch ii etil? littlo l?>y! fcueh a funuy lilt la boy! huea a dear littlo bowleu boy I" Ha took out bin bos, and )<?? opened It wide. And thi ru wu . thu bow leg buy Insidol And whrti they sjw that ?.-tinning little mite, They oriod In u eborua esprvaslvu of delight: ?'What u uui? littlu bey! What' a funny little boy! Whut a dear llttiu bowlcg boyl" Obaeivinj n atrict geometrical low. They rut liia puntlm with u circular ksw, Which gavu such a ittrca* tu In- oval .trido That tha jHjopiu hu met Invariably e-rlod: "What u out? lit(lo boy! What a funny littlo boyl What u dear littlo bowlcg boy!" Th?y Ravn him a wheel, uud away ho went, bpiicdliic :>! .ng to htu hrurt'b content, Aud boaita hi. utiai^ht. and bo pedalsaostrong That tho folks all bay ai hu bowl* uloug: "Whut u OUt? llttl? boy! What n funny littlo boyl What a daar little bo Wieg boy!" Willi i.is eyea aflania and bis chaoka aglow, II n laughs " Aha'" and he langba "Oho!" And tho world 11 tilled and thrilled with tha Joy Of Hi"'- Jolly littlo htoiiau, the bowlcg boy? Thu cute littln ii >} 1 Thu rnnny little hoy! The dear little bowlcg boyl If ever Lho doutor man COUIOS tny way With III* wonderful DOS ui bin two wheel ihuy, I'll leik for tha troaauru I'd fain po m? Kow, hullOSt Udun ! Cua't you cuossf Why, a cuta littln boy? A funny little Viot ? A dear iltt'.e bowlrg boy! -Kugouo Field iu Chicago HecunL A 1'rollllc Ileuu. "What's ?liii I flu in yer bttir, boss?" asked tho barber. "My scissors," replied the rural edi? tor coolly. "I lost 'em last spring. Give her another rake and gee it you cuu't lind my ink bottle andoilcau."?At? lanta Constitution. Moi * 1 - Don't ?tv?ar. A muu can indulge in family prayers for years without tho neighbors notii.g it. bnt if he swears even in the privacy of his own cellar the fact will bo blazon? ed ou tho walls.?Milwaukee Journal PHIS is the best time of the * year to have your house papered and your Furniture re-upholstered, We are tnoroughly well equipped to do Hrst-Class Work at special price? during Uie Summer months, and will lurnlsh estimates bee of charge. Kos. 98 and rear ol 92, 94, ?6, 98, 100 and 102 Main Street, 14 ? and 14 5 Church street. Rolls New Matting from loc. Rolls Linoleums from 6oc to $i per yard. From $5 to $75 OIL CLOTH FROM as a. "TO BOo. NEW REFRIGERATORS. Buying for Cash, We Can Sell Right. Call Cat D. F. DONOVAN. I l i fix, i-a i i w 11 ii i |M i.~l i|: a. 11. n a It jy REIT hai put .. .. lien i "i'' --tov Moti.i to run tin m.i inn... ?. t ,.- /jfajife. at Die and to take th - place of bit sleam'tgTTfTT motor, which baa done inch ixTelU-ot work In the paal, ii.? office ha- lirrn thoroughly renovated and iniprvvidln Iba paal n w.nth?. aad i- now one oi lit! heal equlppe l and Oiled up Deiual K-ta' - hsiiiii.ni-In the Soulb. lie Im. all Hie latest Im? proved laMruiaeni*, <?itii ihekaoaleigeol l wem. - live year*'experience in the iim< ..: .i.: Instrit aieuls, ThU Is worth aouielhluit to you i .dihi it.i!./eil- rahief l?r A. I). IIARKKTT i- Used i ?? "" Denial bualoesa ., plenty ol Denial material to do all kindi ol I petal \roik ;.t prices lailafactory t? all ? laaie? "f peuidc. i>R A. D. BARRETT, DENTIST, Officeorei u-?a,i ISO Mala street, opposite f*:tv boat landing, Norfolk, Va. utln. bouri fro i s a u to e ai. jel!MI :| I I 1 1 I 1 1 .1=? 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 buncomb 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 & Co., are Union-Made, and guaranteed superior .to 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! <KBARGAIN TIME IS WOW !X> Boys' Knee Pants Suits at the One Foity Five are Big Bargains, and practical economists are not slow to catch on, Busv Times on these on Pants, wear. All Wool Pants Suits Suits (or boys, all sixes, double breasted Jackets, double seat and dou? ble knee, patented bands and riveted buttons Suits that have sufficient weight for year round 5oc Straw Hats Down to 25c Pin Stripe Pants for men, all sizes, arc just as good for sound, staple value as one dollar is! worth another. These are good, serviceable! Pantaloons, and are guarateed neither satinet nor shoddy, 75c Straw Hats Down to 38c ,75 Straw Hats Down to 83c Knee Pants for boys, all sixes to age 15 inclu? sive, neat designs, strong and durable Pants that afford every boy an apportunity to keep tidy as small cost. Think of it?only 10 cents. Men's Summer Coats of Good Wash Fabrics, equal in every respect to goods sold everywhere at neai about double the Bargain Price. $2 Straw Hats_ Down to $1 Stylish Suits for young men, faultlessly tailored, beautifully trimmed and as perfect fitting as tho best measure-made Suits. Seven Dollais takes the choice as long as they last. $1 Straw Hats Down to 50c $2-25 straw HatsJ>?_wn t0 .13 Fine Imported Cassimeres, Worsted and Chev? iot Pants lor men. all sizes, superbly tailored, form-fitting and in every detail of manufacture Strictly First-Class Trousers. Many of this lot actually worth double the Bargain Price put on them, but cleaning up time is now. Go they must. $1.25 Straw Hats Down to 63c I Men's and Boys' Sweaters, samples in Hast Win R 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 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 Stu ;s Serge. Worsted and Cheviot Pants, plain and j nor Boodle-Made Clothing bear no more comparison to fancy effects, samples in the Clothing Window, these Union-Made, Form-Fitting, Ready-to-Wear Suit* 'ew Many of these Fine Pants are remnants from than docs darkness to daylight. The assortment, by reason suit combinations, and sold for less than the bare cost of! 0f price reduction, is now larger than ever. See the Show the material and trimmings. | Windows. $1.50 Straw Hats Down to 75c $3.00 Straw Hats Down to $1.50 ftO ta 11! m mm ENTIRE STOCK AT COST, 30 DAYS. E ^^^^^ JOHNSTON CHINA_CO._ FRESH fish \ OYSTERS. FISH and GAME. FRKbll FISH ITae Shad ana c*berFidi In great variety. FRESH FiSH >? Hetail at 31, 32 and 33 City Pish Market. FRESH FISH j T> ^.^?r*^ l'RESLl I'ISH J PlirOTS [ (jorul.|. ?f Waibluuloa and Brewer streets. RUPTURE GF RIBN. WEN AND CHILDREN Permanently Cured in Thirty Days. No Knife. No Pain. No Honey Until Cured. 186 M?in Street, Every Tuesday and Saturday from 10 ft. M. to i P. M. Beginning May 7th, 1895. VJSi^ Ilu^_ _MFCLK RUFTURS CURE COME f? The Wise and Masses! 3 SC: =3 Should know that it i- t? tlir-ir own interest to l>nv where they oozht to know ^-j fc: th ONE I'KIOK POLICY prevails. Sao what a I.tttlc money will buy 3 o- ' ? Ladies' Patent Tip Oxfords, 2 to iSA.39c ]| p Ladies" Tan Oxfords, :k to S.450 - ? Ladies' iio<ui Wear Oxfords, 2A 10 S. 58c fe" Ladies' House and Yard Oxfords, .j to 8.40c 3 sflB a. St The 4-Bc. Bargain Counter T S? Contains Ladies' Pan r Slippers? ?. 2! atitl S: Misses' I'a tont I aather Slippern fc 1' tu i Misae* lied Oxfords, 13 to if; Misses'i'atout Tip Heel Oxfords. 13 Ul. :j| ? HELLER'S ONE PRICE SHOE STORE, |j A-G Bank Stroet, Opposite Courthouse. Butter I Butter!! Butter!!! Freih Country Hotter, lrc | cr pound, or t'uree pounii for 60c, ? iiuger Soap*, 5c par pound. SprlogBeld Hams, SuiiibuVd Hann. Sugar Cored liar*', und Fine Corned Beef. 'Phone 209. CHAS. A. MORRIS, cor. Church & Holt St. Pawnbrokers, :(7K Clltlrcll ?? r*"?l (fo.ir <tuor4 iroii if i?m ure Iba most llboral money lornl ?rs of Norfolk on alt kinds of personal property aiul. vr rateol int.rar. Ala ' eemmnaicatteni will be proiaplif attended i<>. HEADS OF FAiVJIL-IEIS Should remember tuat t'JOT cau cel. at all times tlio BEST liEEF, MUT ION, BMOKEP and EEE8B MKA1? ut J. JS. BEI<L tJfc CO.'S, QUEEN STREET MA UK KT. CORNER CHl'RCU AND gl'ECN .-STREETS. Everything Fresh in the Market Line. BEST POULTRY, VEGETABLES. FINE BUTTER AND EVERYTHING FOR TflE TALl.tt ?-AT?? H. SOHLOSS* 12. Alnin St. Market. REMEMBER THE PLAOE. For Selurday's marKeting. a.d [very [an in nis Week. fi3l me Btsi. 0*1)0 you want loroethiuR nice tu the way of mavkotiog to-.lav? A uioe Smithfield Ham, Fine Beef or Fine Groceries t if to. tea "hat we hare. Cusb talka and tve ?oll low. f?. .1. WBTTROORST, Agent, S. K. corner Ohnrcli an,I Unarlotte -t oot*. LAFFLER'S BS THE PLACE. F?FiNiTURE, CARPETS, STOVES, LATEST STYLES, UATTINtiS, AIIOAND RANOTS4 BEAUTIFUL SUITS. PORTIKltEd ato. SUMMER sroviti. At the Very Lowest Figoret, for Cosh or Inctallmeut Tukeyour choic. 13, ~W. a J2*.i'-" J2r"X-m 15,^ '499 aad v!7? Cburch urasa.