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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 21 May 1899

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES~TWO THREE, FIVE, SIX AND SEVEN. WEATHER REPORT. "Washington, May 20, 1899. Forecast for Sunday: Virginia?Continued cool, with In? creasing cloudiness Sunday and proba? bly showers by Sunday night. Monday showers; fresh north to northeast winds. North Carolina^-Fair Sunday. Mon-. day showers; fresh easterly winds. NOrfOlU nnii Vlr-lnltv. KVKIATHER FORKCAST FOR TO? DAY. Fair to partly cloudy; showers to? ward night; warmer, with tvluds veer? ing to northeast. TEMPERATURE. RA I NT1 ALL AND HUMIDITY. May 20th. 1S99. Maximum temperaturo. CO Minimum temperature . 64 Normal temperature . 6!) Departure from normal .. ..minus 7 Departure from normal since Juuu a-ry 1st .minus 57 Rainfall in past 24 hours.0 Rainfall since llrst of month.1.24 Mean humidity . G4 CALENDAR. Sun rises at 4:01 a. m. and sets at 7:11 p. m. TIDES. Norfolk?High wa ter at 5:4r. a. m. nnd 6:18 p. m.; low water at 11:62 a, tn. nnd 12:00 p. m. Old Point?High wntpr at 5:74 a. m. anfl 5:55 p. m....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 21 May 1899

VIRGINIAN - PILOT. - ?BT THIS? [VIRGINIAN AND PILOT PUBLISHING COUPAKT. t. , -, . -? KORFOLK VIRGINIAS AND DAILY PILOT. _(Consolidated March. 1595.) _ Entered at the Postoffico at Norfolk. (va.. aa sccond-clasa matter. _ OFFICE: PILOT BUILDING. ? . CITY. HALL AVENUE. norfolk. va._ OFFICERS: A. H. Grandy. President; W. S. Wilk? inson, Treasurer; James E. Allen, Sec tetary. BOARD OF DIRECTORS: 'A. H. Grandy. L D. Starke. Jr.. T. W. Bhelton, R. W. Shultlce, W. S. Wilkinson, Jiunc K Alleu, D. V. Donovan. tu it t:t:t:Kx r.h i?i-.h t in'T. subscription rates: The VIRGINIAN-PILOT Is ?ellwed t?J Subscribers by carriers in No/folk an.l Vicinity, Portsmouth. Berkley. SvitTo.u (West Norfolk. Newport News, W cants per week paycblo to tii? eat By mall, to any place, In the LI u" tttateo. postage free: ?A11.T, one year - ? - V rix luonilia llirre nioutti* one in.mi ii ? .1.00 ADVERTISING BATES: Advert.! Bicnts le.scrtou at the rate of <?> c',ll? " t?quare. 11, si insertion; ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 21 May 1899

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES TWO, THREE, FIVE, SIX AND SEVEN. ?????<S"> >0 ?????<*> OOO <>?*><> <0<3-0 ? <*-<> <?<?<j> ^#~d>0>^O <>?>? <!>00 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 S...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 21 May 1899

Tho coy and winsome maiden is bus? ily engaged at thU? Beuson with, the oares or getting her summer trouseuu. "Dally does the dressmaker claim her time, and then eash morning Is she seen on Main street shopping, her heart de? lighted with the dainty organdies, laces and rlbboils which go towards making her June toilette. Then does she behold the ever-faithful swain watching for a glimpse of her smiling face, for, al? though^ she murmurs "I am so tired of spending my days at tho dress? makers," yet her lace brightens as Visions rise before her of the wonder? ful gowns which the modiste is creat? ing to adorn her comely person, and She thinks of the picture she will make when adorned In her pretty much-be ruflled gowns, her pretty face under a llower-bedecked hat, shaded by u Huffy parasol. Indeed, so much of the valuable time of this lassie Is occupied that she has little left for things of a more social nature, consequently the world of so? ciety is not in Its usual stale of whirl a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 21 May 1899

WATT. RETTEW ec CLAY. WATT. RETTEW & CLAY. Store Closes Promptly at 6 P. Tl.; Saturdays, 10. WATT. UETTEW & CLAT. WATT. RETTEW St CLAY. 'Forty Dozen Printed P. K. Shirt Waists. The $1 kind, 59c. Well you have learned to expect the impossible to happen (Impossible ? tt Watt's. These handsome, stylish Printed P. K. Shirt Waists come in all colors? white grounds with printed stripes and figures. They are lull front, pointed yoke back, round corner cuffs and detachable standing round corner collar, pearl buttons. The very lowest wholesale price has been SS.50 a dozen, but we cleaned up the last the maker made (40 dozen) at about half wholesale cost and we will, let them go ' AT FIFTY-NINE CENTS EACH. To=morrow we will inaugurate worth your while to attend "Fitwell" Negligee Shirts, at $1. Swell styks of woven madras. Don't compare them with the usual shirts at a dollar?take the best dollar-aiul-a-quarter shirts. And, the closer you look the more evident be* comes...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 21 May 1899

GENERAL ASSEMBLY. (PRESBYTERIANS RECEIVE OVER? TURES FROM MECKLENBURG. Richmond, Vs., May 20.?The regular teesslon of the Presbyterian General Assembly to-day was devoted almost exclusively to the transactions of rou? tine business. Greetings were sent to the General Assemblies now sitting in Minneapolis and Denver, and received from the former. Among the overtures received and referred was one from Mecklenburg, Va,, ?Preebytcry, asking: "Is a minis? ter justifiable in performing the mar? riage ceremony when both parties be? ing of marrlagable age, are under the age of 21. and the minister has reason to believe that the marriage is with? out the consent of the parents of one or other of the parties to the contract?" The same Presbytery asks the Assem? bly to withdraw from the International Sunday-School Committee. The Fayetteville, N. C, Presbytery sent up an overture praying for the appointment of a judicial and Influen? tial committee to prepare a communi? cation on worldly amusem...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 21 May 1899

* m DAISY MAY DESCRIBES SEDUCTIVE NEGLIGEE GOWNS This is to be a chapter on negligees, i Under which heading tea gowns, boudoir frocks and kitnonus will be considered. It is quite the proper caper to receive one's callers up to half past 4 o'clock of the afternoon in negligee attire. Thi3 13 : the latest bulletin from the "smart set" | ofllce, which in part accounts for the 1 wondrously beautiful garments fash-; loncd so picturesquely. China silk, lib- j erty chiffon, chiffoiiettc and nun's veil tng are the materials most In use. The models for the greater part are as elab? orate in design as a ball gown and equally fanciful. Every woman knows the luxury of a loose garment though she Call to appre? ciate the artless grace, long lines and flowing breadths, which is not probable. Jack dropped in the other day on his way to l8llp just to tell me of an adora? ble young matron who had come into his presence cluthed in a kimono. Me was somewhat startled, lie admitted, aa tin- person in qu...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 21 May 1899

NEWS FROM RICHMOND AND OTHER PARTS OF VIRGINIA. RICHMOND NEWS AND GOSSIP Meaning of That Scoop by the Norfolk & Western. COMING TO NORFOLK I r - SB. A- O. Branch Will Probably Bo ^ Ballt From Wnilllu;-lim .>drriplk i A Wcilorn Will Got lulo Clucl?. > nail, Thon to Hi, I.otila ? Tbe J Southern's Id no i'mm Norfolk lo A I.lTcrpuol. Ci\A-?' " ,;' r ?"' (Special to Virginian-Pilot.) ?Richmond, Ya, May 20.?The belief | that tho Norfolk and Western has pur? chased, or about purchased, the Cin? cinnati, Portsmouth and Virginia rail? road, despite the holf-way denial of President Fink, of the former road, as published in the Virginian-Pilot, has caused something of a Hurry In the "railroad world. Tho effect of such purchase would be to give, the Norfolk and Western en? trance into Cincinnati, and to make it ?i competitor with the Chesapeake and Ohio for business from the Ohio Valley metropolis to deep water. The distance from Norfolk to Cincin? nati by way ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 21 May 1899

THE, NEWS FROM THE OLD NORTH STATE AND ITS CAPITAL, OUR RALEIGH NEWS BUDGET Murderers Brought Here From Greenville For Safety. WIRELESS TELEGRAPHY Telegrapher* AnsoclotIon Horn ?m c?r? -Utility or Wlrcluss Telearn pliy DPiuitnmr >i<>il? l"o:m?1 Ueno In n Well?Cotton Mill ? luirtorc?! llionnti Institute ('?miueiievsnenl ?Rock}'31 on it i Itnnlcraplcy < ii?c Raleigh, N. C, May 20.?Elijah Joy ner and Cepnus Langley, the two ne? groes who have been In Tilt county Jail for the Turnagc murder and arson at Dongola. about the first of May, were brought here yesterday afternoon and lodged In Jail to prevent lynching After the arrest of five negroes and one white man charged with the mur? der of Hob Turnagc ?t Dongola several weeks ago, and after two detectives had been at work on the case for sev? eral days, the preliminary hearing was held last Monday in Greenville. Will Earns, tho white man, and Hen. Dlxon, Jim Dlxon and Den Johnson, all col? ore...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 21 May 1899

THE WORLD OF SPORT STANDING OP THE CLUBS. Won. Lost. Pe St. Louis.20 7 Brooklyn .20 ?> Chicago .18 :> Cincinnati.IG u Philadelphia.17 11 Boston .17 11 Baltimore.14 13 Louisville .10 17 Pitteburg .10 IS New York.9 US Washington.7 22 Cleveland .4 20 Tho Norfolk Academy team defeated the Capo Charles team to-day by a score of 29 to 6. The Academy boys won with hands down. The features of the game were the. playing of the Acad? emy team as a whole, and the batting of Oouper, Gill, Thorn and Cooke. Score by innings: R.E. Nor. Academy ...1 7 1 2 0 4 1 0 I?29 2 Cape Charles _1 0 1 U :t l 0 o 0? 6 10 Batteries: Respass, Jordan and Fere bee; Nottingham, Kellain, Nellar and Scott. The Atlantic Citys defeated the Scottsvilles in an exciting game yester? day by a score of 4 to 3. It was a pitchers' battle from start to llnish, in Which the Atlantic Citys' twirler got slightly the best of it. Tho feature of the game was the playing and batting of XL Johnson. The Atlantic Ci...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 21 May 1899

Dry Goods! i Dry Goods! I propose to s 11 on MONDAY the bal? ance of my stock of COI.OUHD DRESS GOODS AT HA Die PRICE. il goods at 50c,; 11.50 goods at 7Sc; 50c. poods, all wool, at 25c., und tho entlro stock of Colornl Puncy t>ross Goods, era bracing all dm stock, nt half prlco. Tu Oils sale Will bo added many odds nnd ends of Pino Gtnghams.Chevtots, Mad dresses, Remnants of Black Goods. Crash? es Shirt Waist Good.s of every stylo and color. You w'll get hold of some good bargains it you come sootl enoujfh. we have another case of thoso 12'^c. 1AWN8 to go at be. C E. JENKINS, NEW STORE, JWONTICELLO H0TBL 336. 336. L. H. WHITEHURST, .Wish lo call attention to tho following: India Linons, from 5c. and up; Lawns, 3c. and up; Organdies, from 10c. and up. Just received a beautiful line of Runga bad Madras, 30 Inches wide, at i2<<-c.,.also i Dimity Dlaphane, rd Indies wide, at 12&c. Each Of th.'m elegant for Dress or Waist. A new line of I ira...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 21 May 1899

PORTSMOUTH LOCAL NEWS AND ?DVERtlSEMENTS CHRONICLES OFJNTEREST Portsmouth, The Beautiful City By the Sea. FOUND HERE AND THERE Tb* I.nleit Hitpprnlng* In tlio Clly mid County I'runitni In 1'onclne Form For Ibo Eillflcnllun of Vir? glnlnnal'tlnt Renders Here null Ftscirliere ? Coitlp Far People Hiiu ?oiirc to lieep Poktetl. The Toung Ladles' Auxiliary ot the First Presbyterian Church will give a "basket festival" on Monday, May 29th, at the lecture-room on Court street. Owing to delay In securing the plans and specifications for the proposed new Toung Men's Christian Association building, the time set for closing the reception of bids has been postponed to Monday, May 29th, at 3 o'clock. In this issue ''Miss B." advertises for a position us companion or dress? maker to a lady who will visit the mountains or seashore for the summer. Bee what she says. A marriage license was Issued to a colored couple from the clerk's Office of the Hustings Court yesterday, which is the first since the...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 21 May 1899

PORTSMOUTH LOCAL. NEWS AND ADVERTISEMENTS- continued e ? ? 9 S NOHH'S HRK It is the talk ot tlie whole country around. The store has been crowded since the first announcement of the sale, and thousands of shrewd buyers have taken advantage of this wonderful money-saving opportunity. Every dollars worth of stock must be sold. Prices this week even lower than before. You can't afford to miss this chance, and you'll be wise to be here early. 208 High St., Portsmouth, Va mm One, lot of white P. EC. nncl Duck Vests. Worth $1.7;> ami $2.00, to go at 75c. and $1.00. Ono lot of Shirt::, consisting of Fancy Porcalcs, worth S0c.. l?c. and J1.00, to no at 31c Coat Collar Springs that sold for 13c., to Co at 6c Men':; Derby and Alpine Hats, all of our $1.00, J1.25, ?1.G0 graded to"?i;o at Arrow Prand Collars, worth 15c., Arrow Brand Cuffs, worth 25c, 75c 8c 13c MEN'S SUITS Worih S7.50 for S3.98 Just think of It! Men's well-made Suit* In fancy mixed Cheviots and Caaslmcrcs, lu light a...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 21 May 1899

Review op the Markets; Shipping News; and Real Estate Business. REVIEW OF MARKETS FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL StocKs, Hon6y, Exchange, Bonds, Grain, Cotion, ProYisions, U:. New York, May 20.?Transactions in to-day's short session were apparently confined to dealings by local room trail? ers who seek a day's turn In prices, either up or down. Prices In the ma? jority of cases aro consequently little changed from last night. The course of their fluctuations dming, the two hours trading reflected considerable ' hesitation and uncertainty In the minds of the trading clement. The London exchange was closed for a holiday and there were no quotations from that quarter to give arv indication of the tendency of prices. Many slocks open? ed unchanged in quotation or moved only % either way. Stocks of corpora? tions which enjoy franchise privileges In this State were weak on the pros? pect of the franchise tax bill becoming a law, the prospect of material modi? fication, not being considered like...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 23 May 1899

^?'?uiii ii 11 ui tun mi i in iiiiliiuuumtn?e 3 ?TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTYTT?TTf TT. fTTT. Every advertisement Th; VIRGINIAN-PILOT 1 IN TWO PARTS. I VOL.. Ill?NO. 45, i NORFOLK, VA., TUESDAY; MAY 2:5, 1899--iTWELVE PAG-ES. is a business builder. 3 ^?iJ....>?i..1.1..1.lUiiiHilllilllllUlllUUw5 THREE GENTS PER COPY. LATEST NEWS OF THE WORLD BY TELEGRAPH AND CABLE ) CONTINUED ON ) PAGES 6 AND 11 PROPOSITIONS TOFILIP The President Offers Them a Form of Government. THE FILIPINOS SURPRISED Tlicy Were iKiinrnut nt Trim Coititl don <>r ah.iiis n( Nniilln?IiiiiikIiiI t-?l v.lili luvllnlluiin?Crtnil 11 Ions In ll?c Northern I'rovluco? 1'lllpi I>| m> Army Dcmornllzotl jiImI Nliorl of Arms ?11(1 Mippllca ? Spniiluli ftttrrisou lir.iit nt Ziimboitiigrt? General Oils' Olllclnl itport. (By Telegraph to Vlrginlan-Pllot.) Manila. May 22.?3:1C p. m.?Prof. Schurman, head "f tin: United States Philippine-commission, has submitted the following written propos...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 23 May 1899

the news of norfolk on pages two, three and fFveT _LOST._ JOST. STRAYED Oft STOLEN?ONE J Bay Stnlllon, with a very Ion?; mane and tall. Reward If returned; no ques? tions asked. E. WINTER, 137 Maple ave? nue, Brambletan._my2t-3t* ^~OST ? TOUNO JERSEY BULL JLj strayed from my premises, No. 17 Second street, Spring-Held. Suitable reward for return, of same, to PETER CUSTIH, Owner. my20-3t? WANTED. Ci 1 /pITEN' TO ANY ONE WHO ?3>JLvJ secures mo position'as clerk or bookkepcr with A 1 corporation or store. G. >!., 216 Gvanby street. References best._u? WANTED ? POSITION BY YOUNG man. .V.ngle. In wholesale or retail house, or on the road. Have had several years' experience In business circle. Can furnish bond In any amount. Reference best. Address. "ENERGY," this ofllce. my21,su,tu,wd-3t* \WT ANTED?TO BUT A GOOD GEK T/V tie Draft Horse; spot cash. All dress. "HOUSE," this ofttce. my21-3t* WANTED?SOME KIND OP A Posi? tion by an energetic youtiK man at once. "HONESTY,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 23 May 1899

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES TWO T?RKE AND FIVE~ WEATHER REPORT._ Washington. May 22, 1S99. Forecast for Wednesday: Virginia? Showers and warmer in Eastern, fair in Western portions Tues? day; Wednesday fair; fresh and easter? ly winds, 'becoming variuble. North Carolina?Showers and wanner In Eastern, fair In Western portions Tuesday; Wednesday fair; fresh and easterly %vlnds, becoming variable. Norfolk nml Vleliiliv. WEATHER FORECAST FOR TO? DAY. Fair and cool; fresh northeast winds. TEMPERATURE, RAINFALL ?ND HUMIDITY. May 22, 1S99. Maximum temperature . f>S Minimum temperature. 54 Normal temperature . us Departure from normal.minus 7 Departure from normal since Janu? ary 1st .minus To Rainfall In past 21 hours .25 Rainfall since first of month.l.l'.l Mean humidity. . SI CALENDAR. Sun rises at 4:50 a. m. and sets at 7:12 p. in. TIDES. Norfolk?High water nt 7:15 n. m. and 7:54 p. m.; low water at 1:22 a. in. and 1:18 p. m. Old Point?High water at 6:54 a. m. nnd 7;Sa p. m....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 23 May 1899

VIRGINIAN - PILOT. - ?BT THE? ?/IRQIN LAN AND PILOT PUBLISHING COMPANY. NORFOLK VIRGINIAN AND DAILY PILOT. (Consolidated March. 1S3S.) Entered at the rostofflce at Norfolk. (Vo., ma aecond-class matter. (OFFICE: PILOT BUILD1NQ. CITY HALL. AVENUE. norfolk. va. OFFICERS: A. H. Grandy. President; W. S. Wilk? inson, Treasurer; James E. Allen, Sec re tar y. BOARD OF DIRECTORS: A. H. C-randy. L D Starke. Jr.. T. W. Bhclton, R W. Shultice. W. S. Wilkinson, James E. Allen, D. F. Donovan. Til KRK GESTS PBB COl'Y. subscription rates: Tho VIHG1NIAN-P1LOT Is delivered to subscribers by carriers In No.folk and Vicinity, Portsmouth. Berkley. SutTolk. West Norfolk. Newport News, for 10 cents per week pay?blo to tho carrier. By mall, to any place iu the Limed Blatts, postage tree: I>All.Y, one jrnr - g.voo ?* ?Izuioitlha ... 3.00 " i in ?.? tuotitii* - - l.ao " OIIO IIIOIIlll - 1 '? ??Ml ADVEHTIS1NG HATES: Advr?se imonts Intuited at the. rale of 7i cents a Square, ilrst insertion; each s...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 23 May 1899

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES TWO, THREE AND FIVE Baking * Powder ABSOLUT EEIT iHJ RE Makes the food more delicious and wholesome PO?*l B?KI?0 CO., SCW YORK. COURT DECISIONS. Notes of Cases Recently Decided, Which are of Interest to Our People. DIGESTED BY W. B- MARTIN, (Exclusively for Vlrglnlan-Pllot) LINDSAY V. DARDEN. Supremo Court of North Carolina March 28, 189'J. AN ATTORNEY'S CLAIM AGAINST AN ADMINISTRATOR ON HIS PERSONAL CONTRACT FOR AS? SISTING HIM IN HIS DUTIES CANNOT HE ENFORCED AGAINST THE ESTATE. The plaintiff sued nhc administrator de bonls non of one licaman for ser? vices rendered by him to the former administrator' of licaman, who had died. Said administrator had contracted with plaintiff as his attorney to -aid him in administering and settling the estate of Beaman. The defendant claim? ed that this claim was not a charge Upon the estate in his hands. The lower court gave judgment for the plaintiff and defendant appealed. The court says: It is very well settled tha...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 23 May 1899

LATEST TELEGRAPH NEWS, CONTINUED FROM FIRST PAGE CORD T EVER KNOWN & go: Another Day of Tremendous crowds?another day of tremendous selling and tremendous buying?another tremendous list of satisfied money-saver and bargain-seekers. That is the synopsis of Ferebee, Junes & Co.'s Closing Out Sale, arid thus it wiij be to? day, and every day until the great ending day comes. Here's the Point for You to Consider ! Will you number among the hundreds and hundreds of eager buyers to get the first choice of this magnificent stock of Clothing and Furnishings. All new. all fashionable, all elegant goods, and the choice of a Twe.ity=Five Thousand Dollar Stock at prices that are a revelation to every buyer. Men's Suits 57 iv> and $7 ."o Suits of Black Cheviot nnd CasAlmprcs, spli ndldly gotten up. well worth tho original price; all ml down to. $4.89. $8.00 nnd SO.Oo Suits, made from All-wool Cheviots; shapely, stylish and Boasonablo, In all new styles, single ...

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