THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES TWO, THREE, FIVE, SIX AND SEVEN.
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I Varieties in Wash Goods Present Needs for Men News of Silkdom.
There is a multitude of varieties in Wash Goods this .sea?
son?and multitudinous are the titling patterns on them.
All-over minglings, checks crossing and recrossing, stripes
graduated, and dots of the daintiest kinds. Out of this cool
gathering selection is altogether probable.
A lovely line of I'. K. ail width welts. cross-wise or
lengthwise cords ranging from 10 to 30c?the be.-t in Nor?
folk for 12 vie.
Beautiful Satin Stripe Wool dial lies, 29 in., 23c.
Premier Corded Zephyr Lawns, 6c.
New Line Striped Lawns, all colors, Sc.
Fine Zephyr Ginghams, tor Men's or Ladies'Shirts and
Waists, t2'<e. '
36-in., I2)$c. Percales, selling at Sc., short lengths.
A good selection 36-111. Percales at 6c. yard.
The best grade Percales, 36-in. i2'2c
A magnificent assortment of Lawns, Dimities, Cordef.es in
II colors and patterns, lee and 12;jC.
As men seldom read the advertisements of a retail dry
coods we appeal to you ad, reading ladies as the mediums
through which to speak to men.
We have something to say below:
Men's Crown Brand Night Shirts, nude of good material,
prettily trimmed, very cool, 50c.
Men's Silk Finish Balbriggan Undershirts, pearl buttons,
25c. Loiik or short sleeves.
Men's Silk Trimmed Balbr'u;gati Shirts, pearl buttons, very
cool, 39c. 1 oiiK or short sleeves.
Men's Custom Made Bleached Jeans Drawers, warranted
peppered, %c. pair.
Men's I ulaundered White Shirts, made of - fine muslin and
Strongly made, 50c. each.
Men's Fi>! Cijjk and Fast Tan Half Hose, I2;jc. pair.
Of all the* fabrics yet produced, silk stands prominently
ahead. It is more desired than all other qualities known. It
is a shining beauty. k Nothing is so dressy for a dress or
waist as the fabric silk. Will you have a waist or dress of it ?
Then you may select from these:
Concerning Dress Goods I Dress Skirts of all Kinds
Beautiful Blue and White Foulard Silk, the siejit
stirs coolness; 24 in., 75c yard.
Cool Black China :>ilks, 2; in., 50, 60, Co to S9c. yard.
Check and Striped Wash Silk, with shirring cords. 15c yard.
Heavy Blue Stripe Corded Taffeta Silk for Waists, 19'in..
Peau do Soie
Silk, all grades, Sl.00, $1.25, $1.50,
We needn't tell you that this is the greatest Black Goods
sellina; season we've seen for many springs. You know that,
perhaps, already. We add to tliis tint the styles in Black
Goods are the prettiest we've seen for many seasons.
Here are some of them :
Poplin?that sros grain weave popular fabric, 45 in., 75c.
Serge?in sin >Oth finish. 45 hi, 59c.
Serge?fashionable, slight n.ip, 54 in., Sl.OO.
Venetian Cloth for Suits, $4 in., Sl.OO.
Broadcloth for suits, 50 in.,S9c.
Brilliantine for skirts, reversible. >S in., 50c.
Priestley's Silk Warp Henriettas, 51.25. Sl-50. $1.75, $2 00.
Navy Blue Serges, smooth or rough, pretty shades, 25c to
Sl.OO a y ard.
?12 in. Covert Serges, in tans, greys and greens, 50c.
40 in. Covert Cloths, new colors. 50c yard.
Would vou like to have a Crepon, a Taffeta Silk, a Serge or
White P. K. Skirt?
They are the popular fabrics for Separate Skirts,you know.
These mentioned are among the latest:
Rough Crepon Skirts, trimmed very attractively and made
in the correct style, cord lacing, new shape. $7.93, $9.89,
Black Serge Skirts, slight nap, some herring bone weave, in
all lengths and grades, prices range $1.09 to $7.48, The $7.48
Skirt is silk lined?a beauty.
For a handsome Dress Skirt these Taffeta Silk ones are be?
Beautifully trimmed, silk lined, distinctly swell shape, $17.89
Wide Welt White P. K. Skirts, artistically ornamen'nl with
soutache with black and colored center, $4.9S and $5.50 each.
Cheaper ones, too.
I Will be given away to one hundred buyeis between 9 and 6 o'clock Saturday, May 27th. Six very fine Ladies' Swiss Ribbed Test, worth ?1.50, will be $
sold for $1.00 lor the six, a saving of 50c. Only six to each buyer?not more than one hundred buyers. >
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J COURT DECISIONS.
Notes of Cases R ecently Decided,
Which arc of Interest to
DIGESTED BY W- B- MARTIN,
(Exclusively for Virginian-Pilot.)
MITCHELL V. CAROLINA CEN. R. R.
Buprcmc Court or North Carolina.
.March 21, lSit'J.
A SHIPPER OF LIVE STOCK SIGN?
ING A BILL OF LADING EXCEPT?
ING DAMAGES NOT RESULTING
KK<*M A RAILROAD COMPANY'S
NEGLIGENCE, DOES NOT HAVE
Till: BURDEN OF PROVING THAT
THE LOSS OCCURRED FROM
SUCH NEGLIGENCE, IE HE HAU
Nu MEANS OF ASCERTAINING
HOW THE Loss OCCURRED.
IN SUCH CASE THE COURT
SHOULD CHARGE THAT Till;
BURDEN WAS ON THE COMPANY
TO SHOW THE LOSS WAS WITH?
IN THi: EXCEPTION IN Till-: BILL
H OE LADING.
Tho facts arc- shown in the opinion oC
The court says:
j, Wo cannot assent to the proposition
*' that In oases ol limited liability the
nburden of proof rests upon the plaln
j tiff :>> show print; tily the negligence of
tv the defendant. In the case before us
!? the plaintiff brought suit for the value
Of a male which was shipped to him
? from Nashville, Teno., in a car with
/other looses and mules. When the car
?reached New Bern the mule was miss
Jing. The plaintiff 1ms no means of
? knowing what became of It, except In
. ItormiUlon furnished by the defendant, j
*who says that it died en route. This
? rimy be true, and we presume It is, from
I the testimony for the defendant; but it;
Elias neither been ndniittcd by the plain-j
? tiff nor found ns a fact by the Jury.
?The defendant says the shipper signed
_'n bill of lading releasing the def. iid.int
9 from nil ri-l< of loss or damage not re
B nulling from the negligence of Its
8 ngents. The snfe carriage and delivery
j arc the essential objects of the con
? tract, and it Is Hie duty of every party
b to a contract to comply with his Agree
I ment, or to show such facts us will ox
1 cose his non-perforinnncO, This Is es?
pecially so where tho contract is made
in the performance of a public duty. It
is the duty of n common carrier..irre?
spective of contract, but subject to
reasonable regulations, to accept, safe?
ly carry, and dollvi r all goods entrusted
to It. If the goods arc lost, it must
show whnl became of them; nnd if they
are damaged, it must prove affirmative?
ly thai they were damaged in some way
that would relieve n from responsibili?
ty. The plaintiff has h. prims, facie ease
when he shows the receipt of goods by
the carrier, and their non-delivery, 01
delivery in a damaged condition. If the
defendant pleads cx< niption by virtue
< of a special contract, it must, prove the
contract, and show thet the loss oi
damage comes within some one of th?
'?There Is some conflict among the
authorities as the burden of proof
in such eases: but the prevailing rule,
where the owner or his agent does not
ro with the slock, Is that when the an?
imals are shown to have been delivered
to the carrier in good condition, nnd to
have been lost or injured on the way,
the binden of proof then rests US
the carrier to show that the loss
injury was not caused by its own neg?
ligence." This rule strongly commends
Itself to our better judgment, and re?
ceives our approval, especially in view
of the universal acceptance of the prin?
ciple that Whore a particular fact, nec
cossnry to be "proved, rests peculiarly
within the knowledge of a party, upon
him rests the burden of proof.
It is contended for Hie defendant that
It Is exempted by this contract from
nil loss or damage not arising from
its own negligence, and that therefore
it cannot be required to prove the loss
Within the excepted classes without re?
quiring it in effect to prove its own
want of negligence. Even so. If, stand
* ing with the burden of proof upon I!
Alt claims to:TtI exemption, u must
show every fact necessary to prove
^frAt exemption. It la not placed In any
better condition than the ordinary de?
fendant, Die rely by the unreasonable
exti nt of its stimulations.
The only case that we can find in our
reports that seems to settle the point
?jow in question, and to settle it ao
pnrcntly in favor of the plaintiff, is
Manufacturing Co. v. Ohio lt. & C. Ify.
Co., 121 N. ('. "ill. when' this court Iris
laid down the rule, without dissent,
that "among connecting lines of com?
mon carriers, that one in whose hands
goods are found damaged is presumed
to have caused the damage, and the
burden is upon It to rebut tin: prc
Rt ITH i iNBERGER V. GLICK,
Appellate Court of Indiana.
February U, 1S99.
IK A PERSON SIGN A SUBSCRIP?
TION PAPER FOR THE BUILDING
<iK A NEW CHURCH UPON A
PARTICULAR SITE, HE CAN
WITHDRAW BEFORE THE DE?
LIVERY <>F TlIK PAPER, BUT
IF SUCH CHURCH BE BUILT UPON
A DIFFERENT SITE FROM THAT
SPECIFIED. Till-: SUBSCRIPTION
l.S .NOT BINDING,
This wiis a suit to collect a subscrip?
tion for the building of a church. The
defendant had si;jn? ;l n subscription
paper, together wllh other parties,
agreeing to any $50 to the treasurer of
the Fair Haven Lutheran Church, for
the erection of a new church building
on the orescnl site of said church. The
chun b wns built on a different site,
on the opposite side of the street, and
about eighty feet froln Iho old church.
There was a Judgment for defendant
and plaintiff appealed. The court says:
In tlte case at liar, after the paper hail
been signed and before Ha delivery, the
subscription could have been with?
drawn at ?nv time. But after Its de?
livery It been me a contract between
dppellcnts ami each of the subscribers,
and wns equally binding upon !> th
parties. The liability of each sub
scrib i wus in no way dependent upon
ihe liability of the others. It is not
material here whal reason a^q^ellec may
conditioned upon a particular location.;
The fuel exists that i: is a part of the
contract between th ? parties. The
e.wall:ion is a reasonable one The
parties themselves have agreed to the
contract with Its condition, an.) .ill the
courts can do i-< to enforce it accord?
ing to |. nil.--, anil conditions. It ap?
pears that tir- church, was not erected
on the premises described in the sub?
scription paper, but was built on tin'
opposite sole of u public highway, and
about seventy-five or eighty feet from
the old church- !t la argued that this
Is a substantial compliance with the
I contract. No discretion was lodged
with ,\nv .m<- ns to location. The new
church, when built, was not located on
the sit.- nf the old one, nor was it
located on any part of the land de?
scribed In the subscription paper. The
location mentioned in fhe paper was
whoily ubandnned. One of the substan?
tive terms of the contract was disre?
garded. The facta show a decided pur?
pose on the barl of appellants net tin
perform the condition. The contract
Itself is perfectly plain, and. If appel?
lants desired to Substitut n new con*
tract in its place, ihey should show
that such new control t had been exe?
cuted; When appellee signed Hie sub?
scription paper, he clothed no one with
any discretionary authority as to loca?
tion. Appellants are not seeking to
enforce" contract that has been sub?
stantially complied with, bul arc seek?
ing, in effect, to enfon e against ap
pelee u contract which he never made.
DiYltn SSRVICBS TODAY-.
The Methodist. Presbyterian, Luther
a t. Christian, Church of Christ (Dis?
ciples) lind Christ Scientists publish
their hours of Sunday services in Sat?
Grace, corner of Princess Anne ave?
nue and Church street.?Preaching by
the pastor. Rev. A. E. Owen. D. D.. at
11 a. in. and 8 p. m. -Morning subject:
'Tin- Oespel Sheep:" evening. "The
Prodigal Sin Going Away." Evange?
listic servl !( i .t ry evening during the
v eek. Sunday school at 9:30 a. m.
Freemason, corner of Bank and Free
mason. Preaching by Rev. Frank Dlx
on, of New York, at 11 a. m. and a
Park Avenue, BrambJeton.?Preach
.? Die poplar. Rev, J. J. Hall. D.
I)., at 11 a. m. and 7:45 i>. in. Morning I
subject: "Surpassing Love;" evening, |
First, corner Freemason and Grantvj
streets.?Preaching by He v. B. it.
Hatcher, pastor, at 11 a. m. and S p. hi.
Spurgcon Mem >rlnl, Windsor avenue,
Brambleton.? Preaching by the pastor,
Rev. L. It. Christie, at 11 a. m. ami a
central Avenue. Atlantic City Ward,
?Preaching at 11 n. m. and 7:4.% p. m.
Burrows Memorial. Lambert's Point?
Preaching by the pastor, Rev; George
W. Cox, at 11 a. m. and 7:4f> p. in. 1
St. Mary's, corner of Chapel and Holt
streets. Rev. John Doberty. pastor.?
Sunday: Early mass at 7- a. m.:
children's mass at 9:::o a. m.: high mass
nt 11 a. m. Vespers and benediction of
the blessed smcramcnt at 5 p. m.
Sacred Heart Church, corner of York
and Dunniora streets, Rev. Father T. :'?.
\\ ilson. pastor?Sunday: First mass.
7:^0 d. m.; second mass, 11 a. m. Ves
i pers at r> p. m., followed by benedic?
tion of the blessed sacrami-nl.
PROTESTANT EPISCl ?PAL.
Christ, corner of Freemason and
Cumberland streets. Rev. C. 10. Gram?
mer, 13. I)., rector.? Preaching at 11 a.
m. Evening prayer at ? p. in.
I St. Luke's, corner of Ornnby and
' Hute streets, Rev. A. S. Lloyd, rector
Services at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m.
I St. Peter's, Drown avenue, Bramble?
ton? Preaching by Rev. Dr. C, IS
Woodson, rector.?Services a I li a. m.
nnd S p. m.
St. Paul's, Church ami Cove streets,
I Dev. H. D. Tucker, rector?Services at
11 a. m. and everM"g prayer at 5 p. m.
Emmanuel chapel, ci rn< r of Wide
: and Colvert streets, Rev. John H. Dick
' hi son, curate?Services nt n a. m. and
1 s p. m. Sunday school at 9:30 a. m.
Wednesday night at 8 o'clock.
Freomfson, between Hank and
! Brewer?Preaching by the pas'or. Dev.
I W. F. Smith, at 11 a. m. and S p. m.
Christian Endeavor nt 7 p. m.
1IHR 1ST scientist.
* First Church, Library building?Ser?
vices at li a. m. and 8 p. m. Wednesday
evening at s o'clock.
LUTHERAN i !HURCH.
B'"??_' 'hPf.'h ''I'.""! ?::??? between
Grnnby and Brewer streets Pr ac'ilng
by the pastor. Rev. J. E. Bhenk. at 11
a. m. and 8 p. m. Sunday school at 10
Memorial Temple1, corner of Cookc
? nd Tunstnll avenue, Brambleton?
Preaching by the pastor. Rev. J. P.
Barrett, D. D., at ll a. m. and s p. m.
Morning subject: "The church at
Bergamos:" evening, Romans, 4-17. I
CHRISTADELPHI AN ECLESIA. I
Hall corner of Brambleton and Malt
by avenues.?Services at ll a. in.
A N N1V E RS ART SER VIC IC S.
The fifth anniversary of the organiza?
tion of the First Lutheran Church will
be celebrated at the ll a. m. service ta>
.lay. when the roll of membership will
be called, followed by the re-election of,
deacons, rending of statistics and the'
report of Council on the suite of the
Gospel temperance meeting.
The May Gospel Temperance meet?
ing will be hi id in the Church of Christ.
'Disciples) on Freemason street at 4
O'clock this afternoon. The address will
be made by Rev. Chas. I. Stengle, . f the
Union Mission. The exercises will bo
conducted by the pastor of the church,
Hey. W. F. Smith, and the music by a
quartette of male voices.
Tho most effectivo slyin purifying and
beautifying soap in the world, as well as
purest an 1 sweetest for toilet, hath, and
nurserv. It strikes at Uie cause, of bid
complexions, red, rough hands, falling
hair and baby blemishes, vis., the clogged,
irritated. intUtned, overworked, or slug
riet*, BpttuB. litv toUiv*BuuUTol Comp-.cxloa.ftct
seems impossible, but u The Hub ,f does it to-morrow?puts before
you the most trustworthy merchandise at prices which you've always
linked with cheap and shoddy. Prices which seem almost impossible
?and which would be did not that " THE HUB" buy such immense
quantities. Every sixty minutes has its attractions. You can well
afford a few minutes in perusal of the details below.
All these go from
Lot of Hoys' Double-breasted Hulls
??made of good wearing material!
si>:.v< n lo l.'i years?worth
$2.04, w!ll go for.
All these go from
SI to 12.
8mall lot of Hoys' Kong Pants
Suits?made -f All-wool Ohevlots
Cnsslmcres?add and ends of reg?
ular loin u h sold nl $0.50 c*> Oft
and ?7.50?Will j;o for. ?T?.70
Small loi of Men's Fancy Bosom
Shirts, with separate link culfs
rcgnlnrly sold at 75e.?being slight?
ly soiled?will lie offered
Hoy?' Hum Black Seamless Cotton
lloac?sizes up to w irth f i \ Q
Small lot of Hoys' Qolf Caps, in
plain ami fancy shades?
usually s.ld at I5c will
Men's largo size Japonotte Hand?
kerchiefs?-hemstitched* with plain
or cotui'iit borders?worth
l?c for this hour your
Lot of Men's Kino silk Neckwear
consisting of fugs, Tecks and 4-lu
hnnds- picked from uur regular
25c l n? s ?w .ii be off. r< d
All these go from
1 to 2.
Lot of Men's Alpines. In black
brown and pearl shades?xpry
nobby' and Stylish ? worth
Hot of just 15 Boys' Junior and
Ki n Bults, made of All-wool Chev?
iots, Cnssimcres nnd Worsteds?
hnndsomi ly trimmed with silk
lira Id- ii ts which were sold at f.'-w,
?j...'i and JI.CO- hut to uIoho out the
add* aii.l > Miis. will h i you take
your choice during ihls
h ur for.
You:- pick of a lot of our regular
Ti ?. SI'.k Neckwear. In Ticks. Puffs,
Imperials and Four-lit
All these go from
3 to 4.
Lot of Mon's Cfolf Hose?plain,
blue and black, with fancy stride
tops?which usually sell
15c.?>wllj so for .
Kot of Children's B'.ouso Wa'.sts
alightly soiled?With extra Iure.?
sailor collars and handsomely rux._
tie.i front sold regularly at 1 Or*
aye. ami .'?>.?.. will go for.... 1 7L.
of Boys' Negligee Shirts
attached collars andcunt*?
very pretty and attract, ve
terns?regular 50c. grade 37C
llert's a choice, mothers, you can
not afford to miss: Your choice of
xiui of im !>.iti> troys ittfee pstto;
Wh oh regularly *:il at ic,,
75c - for .
Chlldn r.'s silk Windsor Ties
large assortment of pretty pat?
terns?usual pi ice 25o.?dur- ? s j p
Ing tills hour your choice.. -' *??
All these go from
M.n's oood Working Pants?In
neat serviceable patterns?
extra well made? w< rth
$1.50. for .
Kot of Boys' Shirt Waists?In a
splendid assortment of coo.t wear?
ing patterns worth SDc. - m ,
this hour . ? ~v.
Kot of Children's Crush T.im O'
Bhahters ? - with patent leather
ids -worth S5c?will go \$Q
Kot of Men's <n rla Umbrellas,
absolutely fast colors?won ii in/.
75c?will go lor . J7ti'
Kol of Men's Fine Seamless Half
Hose in Black and Tan sliad.-s.
guaranteed fast colors? / i r*
worth 15c.?during this hour * /'- I?
Boys' Well Made Cheviot Knee*
Pants?Just the thing for every
day wear?worth 23c.?go
Men's Derbies in Black and Brown
Fluides- latest .spring shapes?worth
%\.Vi ? ?liirlii;; this hour
Kot of Boys' Kinen. Calotoa Cloth
and Crash Blouse Suits, which we
sold las: .-. .ihi n at $1.50.'*2 nnd $2 50
and Which are worth Just as much
now?all siz.-i In the lot from 3 lo
years?will bo offered Uur- jjq
Ing this hour for. ovc.
During this one hour we'll let vnu
take your choice of uvy 1'hi'lds'
Vcsteo Suits In our children's de?
partment at one-third off Its regu?
lar price. No matter what
the price may bo.
All these go from
12 to l.
Lot of M n's Fine All-wool Suits.
In noi.in- Cheviot. Casslmercs and
Homespun?odds and ends .four
regular }?? lines?cut and made in
the lati st Biid mosl c rrect ?t-j QO
style?a great bargain at.. *,J-'?
Small lot of Men's White and
Fancy l>o> k Vests?sllglftly solled
whlch sold ill $1 00 I $1.5 will
be offered for j Qq
i.oi of Men's imported Fancy
Bone?In the Vi ry in west uluid.
check and stripe effects?the kind
sold usually at 250, and 85c. j q,?
Kot cf Hoys' Balbrlggnn 1'n.I
wear?shirts and drawers,
26c. and 35v. will go
Kot of Men's Madras N eg''see
Shins, with detachable link cuffs?
nobby check, stripe and pi aid ef*
ects?worth 51.50?choico of no.,
this hour for . 70L?
Men's and Hoys' AU-WOOl Bicycle
Pants?with reinforced s,at.??no.>oy
iheck. stilp-> and plild effects?
;: SO and $2.0i>?will go 98c
For this hour Wi
*i rioted i hi
. ov< suit In
Yovr choice of fo dozen of the
our children's department ??-> nn ; newest V. K. and Lawn l'uff Ti
for ..TTTT-..?v.- ^.UW--?you I We for both lad cs-rrn*
All these go from
2 to 3.
The "Hub" make 4-ply Klnen
Cuffs?In both plain and link styles
?regular I5c. value? this f r? , / a.
hour . lKJ/2 L.
ixn of Men's Halbrlgran Under?
wear?In pink, blue, tan and
plain shades- worth 35c.? J 9C
Your choice of a lot of 25 Child?
ren's Sailor Blouse Bulls?made of
All-wool Crash an I Homespun ma?
terials- ishli Ids and collars hand
si m ly ? m i which &??> r\r\
sold at $4.50 an I $5- for.
Kot of Men's Now Spring trous?
ers. In pretty check and strpo ef?
fects?extra well made and finished
as well as any you could for
twl ?? the prii e -worth $3.50 ij ^Qg
? for .
Kot of Men's Fine Suspenders, In
Cantab or Ouyot styles; also leath?
er end.-;, which s-dl at 25c. 1 fir*
and 35c.-will go for . 1 OW.
Hoys' nobby Straw Hats?yacht
style, with black or fancy bands?
which sell all veor town at
will go during this hour
The "Hub" nviko 4-ply K'nen Col?
lars?all tho latest shapes? twenty
seven si vies to select from Zp
- lr-e. values?for . ov*?
During this hour we'll offer tho
choice of any suit in our entire
children's department at
one-half off its regular price
gentlemen, worth $0c., for..
All these go from
4 to 5.
Lot cf Men's Stripe Oftlca Coats?
.-.'.zej from 31 to ft- 25c
worth 50c?will go at
Ix>t of Men's White Night Robes
cut full length?either plain or fan
cy fronts?which sold at 75c
and $1.00?Will go for.
Splendid lot cf Boys' Vestee Suits
?elegantly trimmexl with silk braid
?pockets In vests?largo
sailor collars?worth $3.30 ^2 22
Kot of Men's Cotton Sweaters, In
blua and maroon shades, with
either turtle, cape or sbaml
collar?75c. value for .
I^ot of Men's Nobby Bicycle Suits
?.made of strictly all-wool chevloti?
and easslmeres? in tho smartest
patterns of tho season, sold
at $u and $7?choice this
Clothes, Hals and Furnishings?374 Main Street,
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