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rCliLISHED liVKUi M0UN1NU EN-CEPi'
MONDAY.
YIBOIM&N 1(L'1I.U,N<-..
fclAlN AND COMUEUOlSSl'ltEISrd.
m. uleskan. ?w>m.. _
" Tiiit ?iU?i/LArio.s 01 tut; muoinian
U IiAHUKLV IN EXCESS ul ?u.- other
D?pcr publish, d iu Kam ru Yirgiulu.
Tit oircalati.in in Norfolk niul lorturaoutSi
U greater ihnu tbnt ?t nay papai i ublishe I
or tirouiatod in the two uitio*.
it is delivered iu tlje eltion ?f Norfolk und
Portsmouth au.l suonrt" tor IU cents a
weak. Mail subscriptions, uostiifto t.ai.i.
ViVii Dollars per year; Ihre? Dollar! lo, bis
mouths. One Dollar aud Kh'iy Ueuta for
tbrei' tauiith>. an 1 fifty Oeuts for ono
naontb. .
Advertiaomint.i inserted ut tiio r.itu of < <
CtMli A is.I A. kl'lKM |N.| Uli.iM eu. b rUI.?. ?
<iueut iinertion .>7' ii.vrs, or .v Oknts
Wlll:> ISKtil TKU KVKUV OTHF.U UAV. I'olltrUC
tors are uot ?Hone I to asooed their spa e
or iithertifio other than their leKiniuslH
business, except by payiug ospooinlly for
the same.
1*11. WltM\ VlltOtNIA " (JAMU1.IMAN.
eight piiReu. is deliveied, postage pal
three mouths, '?bc. six mouths, 50o, twelve
mouth*, ft]
l uii re . aa leooud-ciass matter.
PERSONS LEAVING THE CITY
During the summer can have THE
NORFOLK VIKGINiAN mailed to
them by ordering it at this office,
cither in person or by letter.
"Men'a custom made warrauted all
TJOol pants" will bo eitort if those 1'J.
000 striking lailon iu New York city
do uot return to work.
The movement to remodel aud re?
store tho borne of the late Jefferaou
Davis, iu Kichmnnd, Ya., is only nat?
ural otuotig a pi . ?. '.? with whom lio
lived aud for whom bo fought aud puf?
feret), reruurka the l'litladeliihia He
cord.
Edward Stuart is said to he tho only
survivor of tho war oi 18P2 uow liviug
Id Maine. Although he ha? pusee I bin
DStb birthday, ho tuny still bo called
"Smart." It is smart on the part of
tbo Philadelphia Public L.dger to giro
the information.
THE l.l >s<?> is vi. Ul i'l.ain.
Tbe1 Utica Observer, of N w York,
iu reviewing tbe benclits of the uow
tariil iu the reductions ol tariff duties,
sayn that immediately aflur its adop
tiou, laetoties were opoucd, ldlo mcu
were Bet lo work, wngos were inoreascd
and that many of tbe mills iu tho coun?
try were erowiied to their utmost ca?
pacity to till orders. All of this it
ascribes to tho uow law, and it is right,
Continuing, the Observer says:
'?in tho schedules including iruo
aud woolen goods tho reductions were
greatest. Iu iron the average reduc?
tion was 37 pet cent., uud in WOolouS
fjO per ceut. Yet in irou and woolou
1 factories is the greatest lucreaee in
activity uoted anil in these two
branches are the advances iu wages
most general. The lesson is very plain.
It doss uot require a Kolomou or u
Moivh'U to discover it. it is simply
this: High tarill lends to low waget*;
low tariff is accompanied by Licit
wages, Tho proof is overwhelming,"
As it return ks ''tbe lotsou is very
plain," aud it is only tboso who will
not loam who cannot be made to un?
derstand the true situation of affairs.
Tbe new tariff only needs be giveu a
fair trial to have its bcncticiul effects
?sen ami felt on all sides.
??oa si 11' in: i it i I-.!"
Mrs. Potter Palmer, President of tho
Woman Managers of the Columbiau
Exposition, is quoted as having talked
very freely of late about tbe now
vornan, and *li.e Atlanta Constitution
wonders if the expressions ascribed to
her can he true.
A correspondent at Bar Harbor says
that Mrs. Palmer is horritied at the
change in the relations of the sexos,
wbicb has beeu brought about by the
advanced woman movoment, and de?
clares that in the society ; where bIio
moves tbe girls are making more ad
vances than tbe men. They have to
do it or let it alone. Tbo girls have
to arrange the parties, dauc.es, pionics,
drives, tennis, etc., in order to draw
the men out, says she. Mrs. Palmor
does not speak from hearsay,but lrom
personal observation, Among other
things she says:
??Why, if this tendency increases, tho
first thing we know the young women
will lie compelled to mnko proposals of
marriage or remuiu fororor nuglo.
They have coiuu dangerously near it
already. The half concealed seeking,
tbe management, the tact, the iu^enui
ty,tht) leading, arc now all in tbe hunds
of tbo girls aud their mothers. Noth
ing remains but for them to seize a
fitting moment, to kncul ut tho young
iuau'a feet, declare undying love tin t
propose matrimony. It makes my hear:
nek within mo to benr girle tolephou
ing for young men, begging lor thuir
company at teuuio, or in u drive, or
out boating - ruero devices and pretexts
for getting at tho young man himself.
Thegitlsore just as sweut and lovely
as ever, but thcro ia u revolution in
social conditions. I say it with pain,
that the tendency of what iu known as
our higbor aooiety is towards tho Boro
pean system. Home of ibo principal
phases of European society arc ndhor
Vsaut, it will bo a Bad day for America
whan they ere adopted here?and al
roady they are mucb huiiatml. ??h|><? -
oially in the Ka?t. Are nur weil to do
young uk n in thu tiret RtapuH ol lliu
Europoau orooosSV Do they lieliavu
tbeir tally mauliood should Iis tie voted
to roaming and liueu.se, und Unit matri
inony hIioiiIiI come ouly with weari
ness? I hope not."
Tbu Constitution iu ooiuuieutioK on
tbc remarksoi .Mrs, Paltno; kaya:
"We uro not prepared lob liovo tbnt
tine ouarniiug society leailt-r is cor
rectly quoted. it e'tio has aaid tbeae
ebarp thiugn about iioi own ?o\ shu
will tintl tliat the ii. w woman in ablo to
defoud herself, and a Tory live y *''w
may lie expeptod. Mrs. Palmer's sta'te
uieut* bavo Tioou, wo take it, greatly
uxaggerated,"
1 in: VinoiMAM agrees with its con?
temporary in li e main, but it cannot
help ngrueiog with tin; lady iu houiu of
the opiumim escribed tu her, It tuiuk?,
I however, that sbe in a iittlo too severe
I on her sex, while it run not bo denied
that tiio acut ubich tho world terms tlio
i new woman, is lurgoiy responsible fur
I.
A HARVEST SONG.
Behind tho Buyihea it Irgddoa putlt,
Bind, bind the sheave*.
Wide ami v. Idi r ?r..v. i. Hie ttwtith.
Either etile tliu bricht euro ttwtvca
Billows at Bold.
IrouM ;t uiiiry tif bronze and red,
Hlad, burl tho all wives
ali?t >- Kunahiue ovorh ud.
Thruutih the ein.... ; uf thinning I?i:ivm
The atr i 11 old.
Brr.it h iif the eonilnu fmat la there,
Hind, biud the sin ovo*
Vine- tUitt ellns to Iba bouse grow turn.
Bwallowa 1< ivi tboii oeste la tkti eaves
Empty and old.
Ai>{>lt< globua, urn.is in and white,
Bind, btiid the sheaves.
Winnowed i raiu, sunnily bright
(Gllltoriug sold tbat want relievos).
Tie; v. Ids bin t hold.
Pill the flat <n on to Iba brim,
Bind, bin l the Sheaves,
Vn'il the lualu rvuts over the rim.
lit te. lluv.ed long whore the spider
w oaves
In duak and mold.)
Fill anil drink thu ilder oloar,
Hind, Lttnl the sheave*.
Lni farewell tu tho pa rains year,
Clube the booh with 1 lotted leaves.
Their tale is told.
- Koilh Uoyec in Outing.
UOLU STANOARU IN UMI'.i.
lonvlnced the Stiver Standard Ii n IV. ll
ur?- To Stand With Other Nations.
In spite of the wanting of silverito
statesmen the prosperous republic of
Chita ban abandoned thechonp silver
hat is for her currency and hits adopted
the gold standard. Chile is one of tho
moat nulighlnncd and progressive uf lint
South Amorioau countries, and her ac?
tion is an cvido.net) that. ?hu has found
the silver standard to bo a I'm hue nnd
wishes to ba in accord with ihe major?
ity of the great commercial nations with
which she trades. As nil her outstand
U loans, both principal uid interest,
am payttblo in gold tho change in the
standard will oauso but little confusion,
and financial interests arc already ad?
justed to die new basis.
While Chile adopts the gold standard
of value, the same its in this country,
she will continue the use of silver, and
the bnnka will be authorized to issue
paper ourrency somewhat on the plan of
our national bank system. Only as much
silver will br> coined us can be main?
tained at a parity with gold. The result
nf the ohange will be to give tho busi?
ness interests of the country a stable
flnanoial system, which will dontlcss be
of great advantage to it In its competi?
tion with silver standard countries.
It is now in order for our silverites to
donouueo the horrible crime of f805, by
which tho wicked goldbugs secretly de?
stroyed the prosperity of Chile.
Senator Hill Nut a. Jingo.
David B. Hill is not a jingo. Mo bo
lioves neither in the Increase of tho
urmy nor in iho building up of a strong
navy. He is opposed to entangling alli?
ances with foreign nations and depre?
cates "silly national quarrels ever tin
substantial thiugs. " There is evidence
in it that Senator Hill is capable of at?
taining a Btandard of statesmanship in
sotuo important points, and also that
his jndgnu nt of the views of the people
generally on jingoism does not coincide
with those of the ordinary demagogue iu
both Darties.?Boston Harold
ft
Pimples, blotches, blackheads,
red, rough, and oily skin, prevented
by Cuticura Soap, the most effect?
ive skin purifying and beautifying
soap in the world, as well as pur?
est and sweetest for toilet and nur?
sery. The only preventive of pim?
ples, because tht; only preventive of
inflammation of the pores.
belli iSto-jjhoul Ol? world. DrltUh itnn'.i P Nttr.
itti.t as,.-.,, i, Klnr-Kdwird-it., l.oi,i,n. foii'it
iJBLU U CBBMIOALCOSI , S^le 1'rupt, Beton, f. b. A.
rial, heiiir'i F.nellih D lam ii
tlrl-l.ml Itnr] Only tir-iiiinr.
iLLS
- *iu rx
1 i;'.'?
7 or ??) 4... id,i?iiv. f?-i .i:S-,'ii,.Ult;ia?.
I biii,*-jj "iteiii rriT ) p.ii,1. i<?<r,
b, return Mull. IO.UQU i.illm.alu?,
-r fjpt'
flit. ii. .1it Ol,, n.i ul C?., Madllun Hq
14 L; al'Uca.. ?rvciUls FLUbOu., ?*%
The crowds arc 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 (ircat Bargain Xews has spread far and wide.
The people can readily discern Genuine Value from that which is buueomb 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 A: Co., arc Union-Made, and guaranteed superior to sweat
shop si nils thai are usually palmed off for first-class clothes.
Better Clothing" and Lower Prices are a matter of utter impossibility.
READ THE LIST!
Buys' Knee lJ;inls Suits at the One Foity
Lfj Five arc I5ig Bargains, and practical economists
i* iV arc !lol sjow to catch on, Busy Times on these
suits.
Ett All Wool Pants Suits Suits for boys, all sizes,
|jj double breasted Jackets, double seat and dou
" ble knee, patented bands and riveted buttons
on Pants. Suits that have sufficient weight for year round
wear.
5oc Straw Hats Down to 25c $1.75 Straw Hats Down to 83c
Pin Stripe Pants for men, all sizes, are just as
good for s und, staple value as one dollar is
worth another. These are good, serviceable
Knee Pants for boys, all sizes to age 15 inclu?
sive, neat designs, strong and durable Pants that
afford every boy an apportunitv to keep tidy at
Pantaloons, and are guaratced neither satinet nor shoddy,' sma11 cost- Tnink ?f >t?only 10 cents.
r5c Straw Hats Down to 38C'$2 Straw Hats Down to
Men's Summer Coats of Good Wash Fabrics,
equal id every respect to jjoods sold everywhere
at near about double the Bargain Price.
$1 Straw Hats
@<?H Stylish .Suits for young men, faultlessly tailored,
II beautifully trimmed and as perfect fitting as the
" best measure-made Suits. Seven Dollars takes
the choice as lomj as they last.
to 50cr2,25 Straw Hats Down *?
Fine Imported Cassimeres, Worsted and Chev?
iot Pants lor men. all sizes, superbly tailored.
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
*w form-fitting and in every detail of manufacture the lot, as long as they last, only Fifteen Cents.
Stricllv First-Class Trousers. Many of this lot actually
u*,??bioi!!c go .Sc" ml"..pulonlhcm- bu,c,eaninsi$2.50 Straw Hats Down to $1.25
.25 Straw Hats Down to 63c
Serge, Worsted and Cheviot Pants, plain and
|R|JA Any man, with ha'f an eye to economv, can
AffiPrfl readily sec the Great /Money-Saving Induce
jpS'sivw ments continually offered in the Ten Dollar
line of Men's Suits. Fire Sale Plunder, Sweat Shop Stu 'ls
beiK^ Worsted and utieviot ranis, piain anu ? ,lor Boodle-Made Clothing hear no more comparison to
fltfl fa,,c>" effects, samples in the Clothing Window. J these Union-Made, Form-Fittinsr, Ready-to-Wear Suits
Many 01 these Fine Pants are remnants horn than does 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 ami tummings. ! Windows.
$1.50 Straw Hats Down to <T5c
$3.00 Straw Hats Down to $1.50
ENTIRE STOCK AT COST, 30 DAYS.
?.,??,... ^^r^,AKLO0OPS-_JOHNSTON CHINA CO. _
fresh fish \ OYSTERS. FISH and GAME.
fresh fish He* Shad a.uWrFUu lugreat variety.
fresh fish > ReUil at 31, 32 ami 3.1 City Pish Market.
rni-cli i - irr i 1 T. A. BULLOCK, Agorit,
rKLSrl rlSll . ,.r and WlioleMle uealer.
fresh fish j PCFOTo [ Center of' "v'a?uington''iud Brtwr .treat*.
RUPTURE OF RIEM, WQIT1EN BHD CHILDREN
Permanently Cured in Thirty Days.
No Knife. No Pain. No Honey Until Cured.
186 Main Street, Every Tuesday and Saturday from to ft. M. to t P. M.
Beginning Mr.y 7th, 1895.
^!-TA;n;;N ^_ mm mm cure mmi
^ The Wise and Masses! ^
>lionl.l know that it ie t.. thtir own interest t 1 I ?v where theyoncht to know
St tho ONB PRtOK POLICY prevails. See what a Little money will bnj
Ladies' Patent Tip Oxfords, 2 to 8.1.39c ^
^ Ladies' Tan Oxfords* 2i 10 S.\$c
Jt- Ladies' Good Wear Oxfords, 2 A to S. 58c
3
Ladies' House and Yard Oxfords, .; to S.}oe ^
?: The 43e. Bargain Counter T ^
Contains Ladies' Fancy Slippers, 2, 2^ and MIskcs Patent Leather Slipper?
13 to 1J; Misses' Ked Oxford*, 13 toMt. ktiesea I tent rip Heal Oxfords, la tel.
? HELLER'S ONE PRICE SHOE STORE, f
S ?3.jnt< Strcet/Opposite Courthouse
FMelsMMM^
Butter! Butter!! Butter!!!
1 r?- - Ii CuiiLiry Butter, l.-'e | er pound, or three paaaJa fur 50 ?.
i.ir.^er Sntpi, Je por potiB I
Springfield Hain*. Sniitblield ll.nu-, ~ugjr Cured I5.nn". aud Fine Corned Beef
?Phone 209. CHAS. A. MORRIS, cor. Church ?J^Holt St.
, .Ji\\_,V->0.3 OL DI\U, from Queen) arn (be most liberal money lead- ?^y\
mot Norfolk en all kinds of personal property at a luw late of hit re* . Mail O C)
i bintnnnicailoiil will lie prompt,* uticnard to. ?
HEADS OF FAMILIES
Sbonld tetripuibor that Ibey eau get at all tiinci '.be BEST BEEF, MUTTON, BMOKBD
and FRESH MICA IB at
QUEEN STREET MARKET, OOBNEB CHURCH AND QUEEN STREETS.
Everything Fresh in the Market Line.
BEST POULTRY, VEGETABLES, FINE BU1TF.lt AND EVERYTHING FOR THE TABLE
-AT
II. ?0111^0??' JC. Muht ?t. :Mc.iv5<:et.
REMEMBER THE PLACE,
For Saturday's maikenng. Evs;y can in me weeK, gji ine Best.
<aTI>o yon want lOtnethiug nice in tbo way of marketing to-day > A uloo
Smithfield Ham, Fine Beef or Fine Groceries !
11 so, sea ?bat wo bay.-. Cash talks aud we sell low. S. J. WHITER OUST. Agent,
S K. corner Olm rob end Oberlotte t cots
LAFFLER'S ES THE PLACE.
FURNITURE, CARPETS, STOVES,
LATEST STYLUS. MATTiNOS, AltOAND IIA NOES,
BEAUTIFUL SUITS, POUT IF. URS, eto. SUllMEIt S I'OVBS
At tbu \cty Lu'.vu-: Figure*, for Oaab or liieta?nient. Takeyour oboic .
493 and 374 Cbureb strset.
*TM1IS the best time of the
* year to have your house
papered and your Furniture
re-upholstered.
We arc tnoroughly well
equipped to du First-Class
Work al special prices during
the Summer months, and will
furnish estimates tree- oi
charge.
I CO,
h'os. 98 and rear of 52, 94,
96, 93, 100 and 102
Main Street
s,
143 and i45 Church Street
Rolls New Matting
from ioc.
Rolls Linoleums from
6oc to $i per yard.
t
From $5 to $75
OIL. CLOTH
FROM 26 c. TO S O O.
HEW REFRIGERATORS.
Buying for Cash, Wo Can
Sell Rieht.
Call at
D. F. DONOVAN.
OCEAN VIEW I
secoi jnontfi sr
A.
Free Performance,
4 AND 8 P. M. DAILY.
9
MILLIE TURNOUR T
IN NEW SPECIALTIES.
Pictures,
Sixty Feel in Mid*Air.
SPE( I AL allow ?XPUE3S TBAINS LEA VI
NORFOLK J SO AND ? P. M.
S "THE IDIOT," %
? I..- John lie . r.ik Baiiw. ?
? He God* -..in. Mo lull -nil I.o:d M. KoT- ?
2 hau.? I?) .loh . I uv II..Us. 5
S Adventure! o Captain lloru, I t Frank R. ~
Z Sm klon. X
rbe Widow Lamport, by aulber u! Hor.or x
S ol -..t I I. X
O - ? '< Alauit, I y Jo.Ian Alleu't wife ^
0 I I,- amort m e .t t f now and good book*, t>
9 Call und lutpt ?; our ?tot k.
a IViLa ???l>iminVs, ?
? i a e ryiAirvj street ?
g norfolk, v/\.
Mall Departmout 1'iompl attont on i ? u l
O .trier 0
eeoeoeeooeotsoossataeoceab
I'II IMS-. PACEWITU TIME?DR. A.D. It.xu
I\ RKPl lias tit in ,i ?. I lei in. je^yir=v
Motoi t?* r in Hi.- machinei-) ol Ula "'TH^L^^K
lice andto take ih pi.,. .- nl it:'. -i.'.tiii^LUjL?'
nolor, whl b baa donetuch ia ellvui work In ' o
l?^sr II.? office )...- been thoroughly renovated
jii i improved in the past :??? month*, and h riotl
odfoI llielt? leqiilprej and III.i|. I'ciit.il K-laV
livhtsi* nit In the -....11. lie lie. ail l he latetl mi
proved lust ruiiif in?, ?tili I lie koo? k- Igeoi twenty*
kit et jotri' i-xpenciite In the n?* nl ilei til ln?tru.
uteuia, Ihm? Ii... ii, sum, H,tni: to you <"-n to*
toalUe lt? MiliieV l>; I I'. lIARIllvTT II u\v\
tit.- iH-iitnl bus n ? wiili a iiUnty of Dcnua
material la do nil kmdi ol l>.- ? . work at prlcet
imIiTki turv in all ? lu->..< of |.ide,
DR. V. I?. BAIIRRIT, DENTIST,
oiti.i oT i lit and l.U M.n'i ?treoi,oppotlto i-rrf.
Ioji landing, Norfolk, Va, Ulliex' hour* irotn a
a in to i. in. jel'.Mf
Z yZrl m, WIISLOW'S
Soothing; Syrup
ban been utcil or '.liilJi'vu nlnle teething*
It rooihe-d tlio ibil i. ?otlOII the cum*, al
la>8 IUI y:% D, euro- Win ? CIlOlIc, I Ogll Ifttet
Ilia momnvli Htiil bovroW. iiud ii tiio beak
remedy for diorrb'tta Twanty-fi.u cents q,
bottle, soi l u.v ail druggUt? throughout'
Ui? worij. in.-, iu w

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