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'IMPED FROM THE TOWER.
;:? Horrible Death of Colonel J. M. Win
stead, of Greensboro.
HIS BODY Wk% FEARFULLY M^GUD.
t n,l Known Norlh I arnlinlnn Hurl*
?,ril a lli.t-Jiir*. ul M teri, mid waa
I \utlil un an leesa Hal lug.
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ii his
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l? ti ?? ti rril li fall.
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trouble
,"' ' nape-s and ? ilnab < ?
. ,. of] Chief of
) officer < lindy. There eras
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ii - o
- i .nd m^ ?
, ,,, had Hu "' Ini ii
I-raking ;I"1
,. ii itui^/ord. abo livia at nfca
102 north Fifth street, was Standing 00
the foutl
from orhli h point he wit
,., h.. laid to a Time*
n i"'i ti i.
it,.-, rr. rr.ix.
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tl tl
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.,i No 916 ? I street, ll
w Uh that
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Mi. ' . ,l Phillips, the CH) ':
: tue
? he i-.a uk. ;
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ttter half of tl n he
wm
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wai i le- the
am!
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lillie, .md , aught sight 1)1 Ul" old
the bi lustrade an I lump, ?
ably strata
the i
the ral
Mr IC h. Winstead. a
from Mill ?
?I. S w viii", "f I'am Hie, arrivi .
terdaj afterno
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rei lina for tl rei
v..I -' |< IDl
Hu
ra that lil
thal his l
Hi lol : ?
had ni attui k ut \ ?
mont thinks I
en he fell i U
his ? ? thai
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"pinion, Hts ..,
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Of the Wit! ea but
from the difficulty a man would ha
falling ovei a pla .> -,. ..-.. i ,
from a bli ii lie fell.
" tylor think
?i .ii'
the Impulse nf self-preservation would
pr. v.-nt it.
. . lor l a* littli neild
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ng (-ireumstan are
? n t.. be t
? pul it In the death certll
, bul li
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In thi
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tl i di all, ?
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ir int, an
himself, il
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'.il'li I 1.1. Th" ami.ul.i
i and I >r "
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? ti .-'ts, where I
.
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??? hlttli i: il
ted that hi will
i two.
><? BB Ano a I OB ur (< /.
( .. . WInstead ats* Highly Regarded at
(. ..nain, ii \<< lin un lal I i ul. , -
GREENSBORO, X C., \
< lal. < 'olonel J ?
led b; i the < 'itv Hall
"lie Of li.'.
nosi promlm nt and h
Winstead p ? -? I ll.i
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way '
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and
and
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Melli"
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The ii
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i.. Itrgauii ? th's i .'
, ii introdu ed bj
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Hall.
ii i ? ter, and A
. Landerkln, "f the Common <
James
Aid. rm.n.
vi r \\ alli rati In, as ne fathi r "f th*
mmlttee,
? nan.
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kforfulk an i Wesi rn i
in m. is extend I
nto thi !
I reppo -' Ill te ll el .
Mr .1 'ly. "f No. U01 wo*t
'
aluable horse Wedin evening hy
..il . il Vvlii Bl
n* ItS tieck.
fdr kf< nt the hoi
ri Temple *ti ' between Main an i (' irj
>. grase, and I ed whlli
round fi? l-l" ?' < ri I'.n''' over ,'""
rall, end, thi* breaking, he fell
on moat to the bottom.
The i e */*!
i,,. wei:, ai i ii t"'' foll had not
he animal'e peck he would have been
I The dead i?i'iv area rotten out
Ban ni td warda.
NEITHBB BELL fOR LAHP,
na risa as i> mr kimi \ ffsTJTf WOM
LAiti on un hint* ni mst,
Sprcd I.lu,llr,| to Mi anil TwelCC HI ??? Bli
lluur Sn sa,* Iii" Orillniinre t oin
m ll ter At> mt I'dcjctea.
:- h'ld its
tn mihi* . Nu. ?"> ol
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and : ? : ? ? i
in ti i i.. i he nc mberi of ti.- com
- rs. Bloon
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Af t< I by
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on motion
. Roj kin, Inter
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Mi
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city
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rider
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i lil full lil
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I ? had i
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Mr. L. ..
ia dead
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Mr . ? ?
: ? . lum bj
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Kian
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,). nt had come to i
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tl tl
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ix, which, he sold, n
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with
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Mr K.u. kin desired to V -wa
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.lull-'
was
, thai h.- M
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COUNBBI i ?'? ' ' "
Tl,. er of bl
.it.... wi r<
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i;. I... ci Walli r <'. Mer er. t' NV. 1
hoai). K i I. A W .
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tl
:l- Tim- ? wai? ,,,
fl.- admltti
in ordi
pe< d.
v, n ai
p, who t, , j (hs
committ. ? . read fi
h.- had
obje ii"- n .ii. ... He knew
control
of his wheel than tho Irl
.
i a cul I Isl I I,,.,,, .
ulM.ul . <1 ? Mle u heel, lind pos?
sibly ii" limb :
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I...I (io to lanv i
not keep lighted, o
lie thought thi i
lo six iiuie-> for tu
would be i. tb r I i rich m in's
wheel ?
it would if ;i bell wa ' tu ii
i i ?? an ?
a lamp
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prevent I
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If I
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ways lu
.' once
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ivould nh o bi
ld go.
Mr W. O. Long, a I i r of t^n
. himself a
i>, ll ratlsfli d with a ?
' io four ml es
A bell ? .TI ? d, w Hid
H Ked a limit f
. . :.- ??.mi se
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titian li ml pi
.'Villi,
il., lil Ih il | il 'HTIP'
? ,. Interest of (ill
lu Tl ? p ii- on ?? t f rth
hal 'h.
rlghti ii horse I
livery
-.gh? the Propc-ed
t; he had fOUn 1
li-.sam. uplnion to prevail imonrp opie
. M,|'- bicycles, lr
- be taxed. then doctors .,
ead^oY'bteyclsi ut twelve mike
ir, for the "I ?- I . Mid bO
stopped ?|l k r than a horse. Bhould th'
ed to < Igkl miles then lt
ihould I- Axed .?? Br* mile* for turnlm?
? ' rie-i ;.
fti r*T TgBTTBtOXT.
Or li T. Baker, Wko was the next
Bpeakei regul
ill* for tbe lienellt nf
lem in tn.- , uv. n?j
? ., inuit ,.r too and nv
mil' , lu, ti..11 ..f .-i
?, will ti would only
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h way t.. ?;
The lanterns ?.11 ri"t be k> pt llgbl I
ll i.t - "I tl and
? waa 'na' te.) as lt al
thought .Lt present that
? a mid .- . tor lu
. -lal tax ??
. ' ? ? srei
? property,
l.-S.
Mr. V. ut. r i'. Men ? i prai tn ally n
? a. id. ad'. limit
tl ll to twelve mill
( miles I
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Sli-i I -. Bl "I' riox.
Mr. Boykln, ?
RSI tte- il :
move l th '
-.
I to twelve
mlle* for turn
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. ti nejti nae. the clause
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Mr. < lion, tb I
ll : '.II!- d foi
. man
Mit. bell sstd he would bs in favor of -i
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> motion a
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i that thi
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: . ? ted Imllar
? bi ll.
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i. Mr. Cart
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on
I ? vi i'..?. Il, and. on motion
a nxlns
. b) siibstitul
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live to thirl
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.?I.lilian, ?? ns amen le I. eontatnti
the twi
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neut.
I. s I >, 11 \v A I (It ".
'' e ordi?
nance Introi
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i'.-. \\. W. Parkei. In regard t . the
mils, lt Mas
int.-nt "t
of thi ? I
? .mniitte.
dei hied to rel a to the
. - -
that point.
The r cit " ry Meredith j
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\ iser then j
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"To your inquiry whethi r Mi
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power
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id mlsli d him. as well I lem
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tl - had
for.
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. ? P. M. I
7 o' "ck.
h Sta! lat -I--.
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Meek li' ty. and <
,; i. ,,f vii . nty, while In the
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A. W its,m. of
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ll, md has for
i ! itieni
tl the Me
I. -' ev ming he
tana tor
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I rain til'1 i'-.uni v.
ri have
? iwn l>) Hon T. Ashi.-. w
in rad Fdtlg,
iver Uarthrlght, J. \\.
lt. A. 1 ley, at;.i
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? m.- tune ;ir-'i
v,,. ines ;.i\ ?-\ .-ti -
? Stab tl
??la'ldy ,:l1 OOd
!., put Irons mi ber.
Mr S. Sterling Ollmer, wt
.kith fi ? ""?'* Oavta
? . ii Sund ?
? ? ? ? lamination be?
ll. W. Tl esti rda).
?
Be .i it. the County
At 'sei .a w ednesdevy the
.,;-,,;,, of Trinity Lutheran
Tn. re n u a l I
ni I all t
uni ot base ball bi
.
'', to j
i
Property Imoafers.
Richmond: H. '? ? d and wife
o H. Sw a .is,
i I an l
i' Keller's trna
er Henry, J i
trustee i" Sally Ann I
I ni rthwest
OJO; Marinda M I
16 fi et -
? I . ween Canal an I
ind wife ti
louth sldi
rh I rd. J .'? "
? un \
? , -|,,; i side Twenty
Ighth ii"' rn ar
[{enrica 1 I il. Firrand si
o Mm-. n B. Blair,
' Jlli.e').
Lari ami I qilty Cont*
p. the Law and Equity Court
ra* in.-'
runt ii" .rain. ?? Compa ? ?
? nh Rindsherg trading under tl:.- lum
:(MI,. ,,; ? . W all Paler Ci'iiiiiaiik I
? ti. n of debt _ '
j.; \ BJMfJ . ? | ir. .-airer Of the etty Ot
... ia In thu city yesterd ly, and
,,.! i .,, -j.ItiOO Sf the Auditor ut
?Ubllfl Ai C 'lint*
TIIKKKW STATE LIBRARY
nuu.niMi jo pj itKAhY ruBoccv.
fAStr nr OMOMMtMMM 1ST.
The CT"y Council to Pro, Ide for an Aaailt.
ant 1. Iirnrlan-Krm,,?a! of record*
mik! Kooka T-niployaia.
Th" Kmam ?? CoBunlttea of the Cltj
Connel] aili, aa has air.,ni)- Bess ital I
in The Times, in its report la tbs lower
lannes st tbs Bepteeaber meeting
omniend that ;in appropriation bc a
for tbe salary aa I librarian
In tbe Btate Ubrarjr, la order thal
pen in tha
.
I., tbi f Richi
Lari. uw branchaa
of tha I'uuni il arlll agree t o the rt som
mendatii n, md after tbe measure baa
,'
? the ?' immons eail I .
tinting j, iwer, alli maki
In order 1 I m?y be
i. familiar with the I
?
ia removed Into 1
Th.- provision of thu iuw ?
new office irtan may
be found in chapter BOB of th tel
th- passed dui lng the last
It follows:
\ ? the ream t the i in Coum il "t
the city of Richmond, thc Secretary of
?. >n weal th ls hen by a ith a lac 1
,
rk to th-* Becrstary
i 1.1 r Rich
m -ii. mell;
a Bo appoint. 1 to 1..
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imonwealth, as his other clerks,
bul his dui
'- ring sm ii h mrs is the
f the i 'on.iii'.!. .? . iii -
WnO ' i>T- i IF.
Be ly receln d
! "Ill
ng them a num
I" r ol K' The m ile n ho
lim" sui.n ? pa?
pers
K dndext i. the State Librarian
Judge ll. W. li, in oj . Kh tries VV. bun
. farter Ni Ison Rerkley, K. H. I"
r, A. N. Tj i.T. Joseph ll. I
W. i;. Stannard, Rev. ll. K. v. .
li. T. i:.?? Wood, \ 1 Bl
hum. i Vi| tain \\ Ulam ll, Parker, W, .'..
Br ii. '. E. Siiin
'l!.-. William Bli mes K. Joi
< leorge I' , J, Howard Hw.uni.
W. C. Powell and Sllaa W I
All these api
in. nd, as i ? quired h* law.
lt i ll ra?
hs I- idy fur ?
' , .
pr 'Visi'-n- of chapt. -
Ung will -
? ?
i t or lea I |
statual iurt of Ap]
its offices and lilT,irv. i
Publl ? r, I
-i iltur. the Rall
<'om rn " rim' n lent of Pub
? I..?ml, the
- ra
Public Krlur
SUi'tl ' U'.e
'nill?
ir'..
I iii i mi ? RIMOVBD.
In ord
ultu!. liter (
the K'*i.-:
appr be taken
from the .
othera i -?
The new building will be un ter the
? I Ult' 1, l.llt ? f
pletl. uti. .,1 II
W 111
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ninda
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:larra
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building, anil ?? I
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. and Sta
. with Iii" ei
?
Ith, shall !??'
ir, the
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nt. under tin "ii of the Buper
i at mi
? ? . .v ?? i one : h
Tin- commit! ?>? whh-h. will h:i | '
control of i). ts of
? , l ? tenant (J ? Ma ri
Kent, of Wythe county; tl--- Speaker of
H of Delegates, Hon. J
Ryan, of l."'i i.i counfy; Senator Wil?
liam Lo' Dd, an! < '"!
- ri S. Harwood an l Mon J. Al lon
of Dele
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Chancery Court.
In thi
folio.'. ||
\i: B ''. W bi irv .in.lilli.- i
Mai" Howard Paine, de ?
Mis. Julia K. I
? . utii\ ot' Samuel ll. Ll um. di
Walla.. r Bl ii qualiOd
? thew T. 1 .
. eased.
An In r inted In ?
ll 8, W all'ist. in
rm mut I Kiln an, and Mr.
Willi m.
tock .u'
I ther pei
lalning I I Broad
v, all Km" >r
? -
; -
iva r.
I rt ? Peasant.
?
be "I..- ol the of the
season, will I
it i he "Iii Vu i Ington man?
sion, Twenty-eighth and Franklin
' tl lp ll lilli. It is in
pices of s"tne of the manai
? io.-1 ie 'ii- ol .ll charities, t he 11 me
for In. inahie-, foi ?h
iii. Many attractions will be offered,
which will mik.- ii in every respect a
.ni
Hi.- i.?,,,.! BhtMlaa.
The i" ? Street .'..i
slon Hail. 112 eas 1 Broad, are In
i iti'.ns are
mns is
an .im ai uv- feature
of i'la) -street Mi tl ?? ll I ? iup h v. ni be
in atti id,i
?, pel meatlnga ur
held .-\ ery night; also ij praj cr
every daj. e> -cpl Sunday. A
coi Ital a el. me la extended I
T.. ^v.i?iii?.;i..ii .-..i i:*.ni'c, *?;i..-.o.
ria RI hmond, Predi ri I Poto?
mac Ra ipany. T ckets on sale
1.1>\ Those who ?: . -t ly undi
I ' bj di p 'Siting th ir
tb Joint a ? ?? Tr .nk Kin ?
er 6th.
Oa ' ?> vi sahl aajten,
Ar- ron going t.. \\ a bl eton ?! ir ng
the Knights of l*ythls
ko the RI hm md, Fri de I
Potomac railroad aili ticket
trip, ir m Ans *
HA to "vii. Inclusive, goo I unUI I
her Ith Set er ii . i li . a il
direction dully.
Richmond to W nnd return
rj.so rta Richmond, Frederlckaburg and
Potom o' i aili ad. Tlc ?
I .-t 23 i to acth, good until September Ita.
Rsa) nu nt ls tbs chara.'r.-rlstlc of
i Sarsaparilla, and it is mai
; is in the rem ir* ibl ? eurea tn is
medicine accomplishes. Hood;* Sursapa
rUla ts tho kind. Try it.
Hood's Pills <?.:?: .'I e-K headache,
,:i.lij.*iUou. bUtou*iiicas. Try a box.
$6.75
'."'."n-v-A-y. :.^"'ii"k"("in*^,*r'
a Suit.
s
^?^*.--.?*?.-i..-."
Only a few hundred at that price?and only a
few days left to buy 'em. They're not |6L75 Suits?not
by a ?ood man* dollars' worth of actual value?
|12.50, $15, uni $li?..")0 are the regular prices.
You'll lind flic oriana! markings on 'em yet. In
complete lots?that'd tlie "why" of such a sharp
cot. They're not going Bvbfgging. Tho only thing
is look out you're not too late. Minutes are money
when SI.") and $16.50 Suits are ottered for $6.75.
TODAY.
.
FOR $1.85
Foi; $2.85
FOR *:>.*-*>
Fott $1.65
i Men's Pants?worth $8,50 . . . .
? Men's Panta worth $5 and $6 . .
Men's Fants -worth $7 and $7.50 .
: Boys' $4.50 Knee-Panti Suits . .
* Boys'50c. Knee Pants.FOK 19c,
Boys' 50c. Waists.Foi; 29c,
Boys' 25c. Waista.FOR 1 lc.
Any Man's Straw Hat.NOW 25c.
Any Boya Straw Hat.NOW l-_v.
a
?,
AT
A. Saks & Co.'s
Great Inventory Sale.
LtJt.'^*~*^>*\jL***Jtiw&m,**kt,W.?-' baBBBta?a*aMitaa1 '*Z*i*&mimbaiai mbbbbI
LESS THAN HALF PRICE
Pruning the Knife Still Deeper,
The work of destruction goe* ipeedily on -we willed it so. No
gooda mus! be left to tell tho tale. The values becoming greater aa
the prices arc lowered. This, our last reduction, will he a memorable
one
$15, $14, $13 SUITS at $7.
$21, $19, $18 SUITS at S9.1 5.
$7, $6 and $5 PANTS at S3.50.
$8. $7 and $6 CHILDREN'S SUITS at S3-75.
$5, $4 and $3 CHILDREN'S SUITS at S2.1 9.
225 E. Broad Street, Corner Third,
ESTABLISHED IHW.
I
- .. . *t? *<?v
! ?- ??-,r??/?- ?. '-v,
. Habliston & Brother,
Fl KN ITU RP,
N. W. Corner Main and 7th Streets.
Fi r Artistic Furniture?New Styles
Received Weekly-Oil Be?
ti ire Purchasing,
IT WILL PAY YOU
AT
Habliston & Brother's.
I. B. ! v .
Pbs*
MANN 5. QI UH I >,
Vii ? Passim sr.
JNO. Ml >RT< iN,
Bbc's .?? Tubba**,
INSURANCE DEPARTMENT?at. i-,. thavloh, ,vi.?:,..*.-..
Virginia Trust Company,
1200 EAST MAIN STREET,
i pi n Attorneys fi r Virginia for nu: Underwr pers at
Metropolitan Lloyds ot New Ycrk City, indemnity Fire Lloyds ol New York City.
Union Llsyds of New York City.
Wo rseommsnd th* po'lda* of t'i? " Lloyd*." r*pr***Bt*d by ns, sad ure prnptrsd to writ*
and place larg* Ho* ictory risks. Wa eolicit lauronnsjn. sad proanaM
ersrw attantioa lo il. a basia*** ot Ibo** [avona*, u*.
ai. -fi' - ri __
Great Summer Reductions!
1 i order to cut down my imnienee stock ?>t goooc, I aa. offering
Furniture, Bedding, Baby-Carriages. Mattings, Carpets & Stoves
AT PKICE6 THAI' DEFY COMPETITION.
The Largest Stick ol Mili in the State, together with a great variety ot other goods.
-wtlli^im: iD^a_FFJR02sr,
1434, 1436 and 1438 East Main St.
Branch Storei, 1120 E. Main Street md ii Gorernor street.
THE ORIGINAL CREDIT HOUSE TEUMti UBKKAL.
i\^.vi.w-.fr.
ii h.busher's SONS,
CARRIAGE MANUFACTURERS.
Call ??'1: (<e our large stock of VICTORIAS, PHAE?
TONS. bOCUIES and CARTS. Ta* Bast and
Cheapest in the dli. considering the
qualltf ot (he oork.
Repairing and Repai.iting done In th'- lest minnon
lt & HUT! risa, Ultu *10.\ l>, VA.
a. a. Boasts.

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