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ODBND9H?L,VIC?R & GILBERT
330 T^KIN STREET, NORFOLK, ?K.
Our Immense Stock of High Grade Clothing and Men's Furnishing Goods at Retail.
Consisting of Men's Suits, Youths' Suits, Children's Suits, Trousers and Top Coats.
ABOVE STOCK TO BE SOLD AT PRICES QUOTED FOR 8 DAYS ONLY.
MENCES FRIDAY, JULY 7th, .9 A. M.
Greatest Slaughter of Spring and Summer Clothing ever shown the Public. This Entire Stock
will be sacrificed to make room for Fall Goods now coming in.
All of our $13.50, $15, $18, Hundreds of dozens of Black
and $20 Suit3, consisting of j and 'Van ) z Hose, per pr. 7c.
Cassimeres, Worsteds, Chev?
iots and Serges, put on one
row of tables,
Your Choice for $9.00.
Never before has any one had
the pick of our stock for $9.
Men's Sunday Pants, $1.50.
Men's Sunday Pants, $2.00.
White Madras Soft Shirts,
regular price $1, now 50c.
Boy's Knee Pants, sizes 4 to | Underwear, 19c. for Shirts.
15, 9c. i 18c. for Drawers, wort,h 35c.
Men's Crash Suits,
$1.20, $1.45. $1.65, $2.00, $2.50 Silk Garters, 10c. per pair.
$2.50, $3.00, $3.50, $4.00, $5.001
Bath Suits, all prices.
Men's Cheviot Suits, Blue, Black and Brown, former price
$6.00, now $3.00.
SALE STARTS FRIDAY AT 9 A. M.
TO CONTINUE 8 DAYS ONLY.
Men's All Wool Suits, former price $10. $12 and $12.50, all
go now at $5.50 per suit. Hundreds of suits in this lot
\o choose from.
Children's Washable Suits,
sizes 3 to 8, only 25c.
Black and White Pin Stripe
Office Coats, 23c.
Top Coats, Covert Cloth,
worth $10.00, only $5.0Q.
25c. Neckwear at 9c
Hundreds of dozen of Hand*
kerchiefs, each 7c.
Men's Working Pants, 80c<
Men's Crash Pants, 60c.
Fancy Madras Shirts, regular
price $1, now 50c.
DON'T FORGET DAY AND DATE?FRB DAY, JULY 7th, 9 A. M.- FOR 8 DAYS ONLY.
Store closes daily, except Saturdays, at 6 o'clock P. M.
THE NEWS FROM-THE OLD NORTH STATE AND ITS CAPITAL.
News Gathered in Raleigh by Our
THE A. AND IYL COLLEGE
Tlir TriiMi'iH Continue Tllolr AY or It
ol Itoo rjiuii Izal I on ? Cunkt Itnllou
nllly ?I Untie I.uw to It<u Tmlod
Kpioneilc r??tr Increasing ? A
KuvaI SlffUl IVKncsNoil lu Molina ?
Raleigh, N. C, July 7.?The trustees
of the A. and M. College yesterday cou
tlnued the work of thoroughly reorgan?
izing the bollege by re-electing tho pres?
ent officers and teachers, and by leav?
ing two or three on the anxious bench,
to bo er-clected at another meeting to
be held August 1st.
Places left open yesterday to be filled
on that occasion are:
Professor of Agriculture and experi?
mental field crops. Salary $l,SO0.
Instructor in animal industry and an?
imal biology. Salary $1,000.
Instructor in Textile Art and Science.
Applicants for these positions should
address \v. s. Primrose, chairman, Ral?
eigh, N. C. _
In the meantime, until the Professor
of Agriculture is chosen, Mr. Emery is
continued in thai position.
A similar motion in regard !o Mr. K. I
G. Butler, the bursar, prevailed, lie is
to gcl $50 salary from now to August
Also Mr. .T. M. Flcks was re-elected
clerk to the agricultural and experi?
ment Station, salary S'.iOO. and .Mrs. L..
V. Darby ?was re-elected stenographer
nml clerk to the agricultural and ex?
periment department, salary $720.
Other elections by the board yester?
Colonel A. Q. Holladny professor
emeritus of history and political econ?
omy. Ills election was unanimous and
he was granted leave of absence for one
J. M. Johnson, assistant professor in
agriculture and experimental Held
crops, salary $1,000.
It. S. Skinner, farm superintendent
and steward, salary $1,000.
A. Rhodes, nsslsi mt professor of hor?
ticulture, salary $900.
C. W. Hyams, instructor in botany
and entomology, salary $7jn.
It. B. L?. Yates. assistant professor of
mathematics, salary $1,000.
T. L?. Wriprht. Instructor in mrtthem.it
ies and English, salary *7?n.
C. I/. Mann, post-graduate Instructor
In mathematics and civil engine iring,
P. F. Fennel), post graduate Instruc?
tor in drawing, salary $250.
TO TEST CRAIG I.AW*.
The Ornlg law of the last legislature,
compelling foreign corporations doing
business in North Carolina to domesti?
cate under Ihe laws of this State, will
soon have a hearing In the courts. The
Southern Hallway Company will at
once make a test of its constitutionality,
says the Charlotte Observer of to-day.
David K. Fleming, of lredell, has In?
stituted suit In the Superior r urt of
Irerleil county against the uthern
Railway Company for $20,000 personal
damages. Capt. Oeo. F. Basqn, of this
city, attorney for tho Southern, will (lie
a petition for the removal of ilv case
to the iTnlied States Courts, and be?
lieves that Jml^e Ewart will grnnt th!^
petition. Thus the Cralg Ihw will gel
before ihe courts. Captain Bason has
no doubt whatever of the result. He
Ffivs lh ro U- a long line of decision.-: of
the Supreme Court of the 1'nlt-d Slat-*
beginning with Wallace, 2$. in which
it Is held that a suit Involving morn
thnn t-.000, b.-tween citizens of different
States, is removable to the t'nlted
Captain Bason has been busily cngag
o?l for (wo days In the examination of
authorities Ami Die preparation o( his
petition tor removal, proceeding us if
ill.' Cralg bill had never been made a
This is the first case In which the.
constitutionality <>f this statute has
been brought to Issue, and tho result!
will be nwaited with Interest.
SPLENETIC EEVER INCREASING.
Tli" rat'.!.' round Qarner continue to
die of Splenetic fi ver.
Mr. John K. Broughton lost two more
yesterday, making ton in all that have
died since Sunday. Three others are
down. lie expects to lose his entire
Mr. Powell, who lives near Mr.
Broughton, has twelve COWS Kielt. 11?'
thinks they will <lle.
The whole neighborhood is aroused
over the terrible fatality of the dis?
Mr. Dunn, at Ncusc, has only two
e.>ws siek. Dr. Curtice went out yes?
terday to examine them.
A N< ?VI3L SIGHT.
Early yesterday morning about two
miles from Selms, one of the Southern
trains ran over the right arm of r'raiik
Price, a white man, completely severing
it from bis body. He was drunk and |
down wilb his arm across the track. He
was found half an hour later and taken
to Sclma by mi engine, lie wnlkcd
around awhile before Dr. Noble could
be railed to dross his wounds.
Then he wem to [he depot and sat
dawn, lie had no: been there Ions
when a negro man came along with the
losl arm, which lie found on the track.
The sight of the lest member infu?
riated Prince and ho "cussed out" the
negro and started tor the doctor's of?
fice, the negro following with the arm.
On the way Price st <i>i>cd ami "cussed
out the barkeeper, who, ho said, sohl
him the whlskj y.
"It was a novel sight," said the man
who brought the report of the accident
to this city, "to see the man walking
about the Ktreet*and a furo coining
along behind him with his lost arm."
BRAKESMAN K 11.1.I'D.
A special from Greensboro says: A.
W. \\ .i irhH i ? ..I. .- .Ii, tr, n It i
lives at Benaja, was run over and kill
1 ed at the yard here to-day a' 1J o'clock
while shifting. I!. had stepped off on
one track, while his train w ? shifting,
and the regular yard shifter struck him
and eat his body in two lust above the
hips. lie tiled In a short while.
Tili-: VANCE MONUMENT.
Yesterday morning at 11 o'clock the
models submitted by sculptors for tho
Van* " monument to be erected here In
Capitol square, opened at the t'iti
2ons' National Bnnk, and the contract
awarded to Mr. Henry .1. Elliott, of
i 1.17. a tu: i ii ?irr.
WIDENING POINDEXTEH PTP.KKT
?POLICE COURT ITEMS?
(Special to Yirsialan-rilot.)
Elizabeth City, X. C. July 7.?Sir.
YVm. Pullen left yesterday for Nag's
Head to rebuild his cottapro.
Mr. <;. 1!. LI tile, traveling salesman
for tho New North Carolina UfMitlns
Company, returned homo yesterday.
Miss Florence Bell left yesterday for
Washington City to spend her summer
Yesterday morning In the Toiieo
Court Joseph Weeks, colored, was fined
$j and costs for being drunk on the
Miss Nannie Allen, who has boon vis?
iting friends in Norfolk, returned homo
Tho widening of Polndcxter street has
begun. Mr. Jeseph Prltchard has ro
eelvqd the contract for moving tho
buildings back, and yesterday started
In with a gang of ne n on this de?
partment of the work. When camp! 't
ed l'oindextor street will be one of the
finest thorough tares in the city.
Mr. nnd Mrs. W. B. Roland, of Hen?
derson, N. C, are in the city visiting
Yesterday just before tho mail closed
an Italian who runs a peanut stand in
Poimlextcr street, was arrested for
.-Hiking ii small boy. At the hearing
b< fore Mayor Wilson he was lined ?5
Mr. M. K. Kin? and wife, who haw
been spending several weeks on the
lower sounds fishing, passed through
lour city yesterday en rjute to Nor?
folk, their home.
Miss Messle Vorfrnn Is visiting friends
I and relatives in Edenton, X. C,
(Special to Vlrglnlan-Pilot.)
Edcnton, X. C, July 7.?Mrs. C. II.
Horton left yesterday for Hertford to
Henry Skinner, colored, had to pay
V> this morning for cursing on the
The Busy Bee Society or tho M. E.
Church t'ave a lawn party at the home
of Capt. Wool last evening.
Dr. Orlflln, dentist, lift to-day for
Columbia to spend a week.
Miss Alice M.tkeley Is at home nftor
an ahsence of several weeks in the
western portion of the State.
Messrs. M. Mijetl, of Columbia, nnd
O. Ii. Little, of Elisabeth City, are
registered at the Hay View.
Misses Skinner, of Hertford, and
Pailcn, of Elizabeth City, visited Edcn?
ton this week.
Mr. Theo. Ralph has received tho
contract to enlarge the Norfolk nnd
Southern warehouse, and will soon com?
mence work on it.
rOUNO MERCHANT ARHF.STED OX
Wilson, X. C, July 7.?The town was
very much shocked yesterday when It
became known that .Messrs. Brooks &
Cooper, furniture dealers, had been ar?
rested for arson.
During last week a lire was discover?
ed In their store under suspicious clr
Blimstahces. The State Insurance Com?
missioner. Mr. Young, was called in to
investigate the case nnd at his request
the arrests were made.
At a preliminary trial held this aft?
ernoon some damaging circumstancla)
evidence was produced. As the evidence
was not finished until late to-night, the
verdict will not be given out until to?
morrow. It is the general opinion that
both parties will he bound over to court.
irii?hl'i Dlltease, Jaundice, miwa in Side or nnri:
lurred Sight. Aching Done*, hurlled l:cet, Drl
ury Disorders nnJ. Sallow Complexion, ar.
veak, Unhealthy Kidneys.
THE CURE IS FOUND IN
& "cSrs KIDlf EY
1 lie popntar-rriced remedy.
Voneso Goodnnd None so Cheap.'
'?y nmil for five .?-cent (taro|w. Made at
TiiS J0ESM1 UMUTOMIS, be., rZlU.2ri.PEll.
Bhelllng'a Pharmacy, Itobert F\ Holmes
f.- Co.. J. M. P. Trotter. Wallace & Moore.
Norf' lit; Wallace it Co.. Berkley; Jerome
p. Carr, Portsmouth.
JOHN 0. GflMflOE
Sewer and Well Pipe
Shingles, Flooring Etc
WOO 1)5 IDE'S WHARF.
COM T R ACTORS
In the market for I.'me. Port
lend or American Cement P'as
ter. Hair, Chimney Pipe Piro
Brick. Lath f-r Shingles, See ill
heforo you buy, We are solo
Zgenta for Acme Cement Pias?
ter. New No. B5 Water street.
BATCHELDER & COLLINS
Rockinghara (Va.) Springs
Health, Pest. Joy, Pcaco and Plenty
abounds. $23 to $35. Booklets. G. 'i'. j
HOPKINS SON. McQaheysvlllS, Va.
MILL BORO' SPRINGS,
OPEN JUNE 15TH.
For rates and booklet address,
J. GRAHAM DAVinsox. Manager,
JelCeod-lm path county, Va.
SWEET CHALYBEATE SPRINGS,
ALLEGHANY COUNTY, VA
This entire property has been purchnrrd
by Mr. CARTER BRAXTON HUNTER,
of West Virginia, who proposes making
many Improvements and refurnlshhlng
tho Hotel and cottages throuRhout. The
management of the liotel will bo oontln
in d under Mr. B. F. EAKLE who has
for tho past thros years operated it so
These charming springs are. situated In
a lovely valley, ensconced in tha back
bono of tho AlloghanP's, at an elevation
of 3,000 feet. In the midst of tho "'Springs
Region" of Virginia, nnd only n'ne tnllej
from Alleghany Station?the hiebest point
on tho Cbesapeako and Ohio railway, Ily
actual snalysis tho best chaly ?eate
water In this country: nono better I i the
world: eli "-ant hath pools. Heef and mut?
ton supplied from the tinost blue-graaa
sod. Vegetables In abundance, crown In
ttie garden of th's noted property. Batet
moderate. For further particulars writu
P. F. EAKLE. .lit.,
Virgin's avenue, on beach, Atlantic
City, N. J. Fnlarged nnd refurnished.
Special June rates.
S. B. PHOEBUS,
Owner and Proprietor,
Formerly of Hygeia Hotel, Old Point
Comfort, Va. JoS-lm
Augusta County, Va, Open June f.'h to
October Ist. 1S99, These Springs situate:)
oh the C. .t O. It. it. in north mOuniaio
range of the Alleghonles, offer many a.;
vantages. Six vnrletli s of water; hot an l
cold In allng baths; Improvements new .
nicely furnished; service good; ra;e;t rea
so nable Write for booklet and 1 fir mi
Bpeclal rates for June and Septemhcv. Ad
dress II. G. EICHEIjBERGER, VnrletJ
Springs, Va. Jo2-2ni
Alleghany Springs, Va.
Iteeomtner.d'"l by the Medical Society ol
Virgin'.;, 's celebrated for Its cures or
dyspenrla In it* various forms. Most ex
ti inl' d and beautiful grounds in the moun?
Kor df-.'erlptlve pamphlet, terms, testi?
monials, SlC, writ* to
my2?-2m C. A. COLHOUN. Prop
Yellow Sulphur Springs
Montgomery county. Va.: open to visitor*
June I, IS99; these springs aro situated or
the summit of the Alleghany Mountains;
tho curative properties of the wattrs nr.
well established and adapted to a wide
range of.disease; the accommodations ar?
first-class in every respect: descriptive
pamphlet and rates furnished on applica?
tion. RI DU kw A Y HOLT, Prop. my20-2m
Crockett Arsenic Litha Springs and Baths
opi:n jim: 1st.
As a nerve tonic, nntl dyspeptic nnd re?
storative these waters and baths ?>o un?
surpassed. Relieves nervous prostration,
rheumatic, skin and kidney troubles and
kindred diseases. Cleans and beautlflei
the complexion. Dry atmosphere, ro?
mantic surroundings, modern conven?
iences. For booklet, address M. c.
TIIOMA8, Manager, Bhawsvlllc, Va.
NATURAL BRIDGE, VA.
A beautiful summer resort II ten
comfortable, table good, climate delight?
ful. For terms nddrcss"
w.m. Hi McCLUER Manager,
Natural Hrldtje Hotels,
Je.tO-lm Natural Bridge, Va.
HAVE YOU Sore Threat Pia.p. s, Cop?
per-Colored Spots, Aches, Old So:,-. U|
vers in Mouth. Hair Falling'.' Write
COOK REMEDY CO., 1677 MASONIC
TEMPLE, Chicago. 111., for proofs ot
cures. Capital Jj'.'o.OW. Worst eases <.urca
la l? to 35 days, uo-pagc book free.
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! fl sensational Haif-Pii?B Cloning Sals.
Too large .1 stock Of Men's And Hoys' Kino Summer Clothing St this
tin)- of the season, R?ther than drag along until the cn.i of the season
to Clear out our Stock we do it now, when you need them most. No mat?
ter what onr former low prices were, this s-ile means that you can corns
inlo tills store, make your selections and pay Just
HALF THE PRICE
that cloth nit of erjiiTil value will cost you elsewhere. Make a note of
these tow of many Items offered in this ilnal clearance of Summer Cloth
Men's Office Ceati
material, well inadi
will not harm them.
, of a steil Rrey
. The wash tub
A small lot only,
J'.on's Kino All-Wool Hoya! Pine,
Berge Suits, fully warranted in every
particular. Another suit or money re?
funded Should they ever change eolor.
They will bo quick sellers at .
Men's l/nen Crash Suits, well tailor?
ed, thoroughly shrtinked, over-stitched
Beams. Tho three dollar quality at_
Poys' Washable Kneo Pants, small
ehe ka, plaids and fancy stripes, blaes
3 to 10 years. They are wonderful
values at per pair .
Hoys' Double-breasted Linen Suits,
well tailored. pearl buttons, non
shrinking. You would have thought
them reasonable at two dollars, but at
this sale price .
Roys' Fancy Wash Suits, in Blouse
styles, large sa'.lor collars. Excellent
range of colors. Worth $1.00. Your
choice at .
219 Ma!N ST.,
Opposite Academy of Music.
<> o o o -> o ?> o o o <:> <*? o e<> o<j-N5-?-<?>>o<t>-oo<c>o-:>
The manager of a distributing agency m
Camden was afflicted with attacks of dizzi?
ness and rushing of blood to the head.
"After a week's trial of Ripans Tabules,"
he says, "I found that?excepting one at?
tack?I was entirely free from dizziness." , j
A new ???.;?;i .?*uie1nw rr.k ?b-**kTtnrusloaaaper e?rton(rttbeatflunMiio?for ulottmma
dniit itoraa roa irmrains, Tut? low pn.-^u ?.rt iuwn.^*i t,*? it? vow ?odlt. eao?aa?oaL oiu hbm
of tne v.- i nrttlo.i. ^ui' WUai 1 iv., t~*ii W ha^t tnr mxjt br wr^llrx ferty ?Itfftt rnU to U*o PSfSSS OSSSSMtlj
CwxruiT, i* ?mm? au ret, Now Y>?rk -oraanct* ori?.n t*s xa?vl*3) .uImmdI for t-ii rnan
They overcome Weak?
ness, < Irregularity and
omissions, increase vig?
or and banish "pains
of menstruation." They are " LIFE SAVERS " to girls at
womanhood, unling development of organs and body. No
known remedy for women equals them. Cannot do harm?lifo
becomes u pleasure. ftl.OO PER BOX BY MAIL,. Sold
by druggists. DU. MOTT'S CUKM1CAL CO., Cleveland, 0bio.
Sold bv BURROW, MARTIN & CO.