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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 or double-breast? ed coats, cut for this sale to. $5.80. $12.Oil and jn.r.ft Suits, made of Imported Worsteds and Cllcvlols, cut in latest fa li lons and made for the very finest trade, unsparingly diopped io. $7.48. $ir..rn and Slfi.Oi? Suits, of superfine fancy Cheviots and Worsteds, handsome in every detail. The greatest bargains ever offered; down for Una I closing to . $8 98. SIS 00 and $20.00 Suits. A strictly high grade line of desirable materials The as? sortment embraces every new style and rut of pattern. All wonderful bargains, The chance of a lifetlmi lo buy them for, $10.48. $;;oo and ?2!.oa Suit^. the finest Ameri? can and foreign fabrics, all new, d< pend nblo goods. The perfection Of make and finish. To make a clean sweep they ?o for. [Men's SuspenderSu Lot of Men's Fine Suspenders, in Can? tab or Guyot styles: also leather ends, which sell at 23c. and 33c.?will go for.... 17c. Men's Striped Office Coats. Lot of Men's Stripe Office Coals?In cizrs from 21 to HI?wortli 73c.?will go at.. 25c. Men's Handkerchiefs. Men's larite s'zo Japonette Handker? chiefs?hemstitched, with plain or colored borders?worth "5c.?for this sile your choice . 9c. 1x>l of Men's Plain White and Colored : Border Handkerchiefs?full size?the reg? ular 25c. kind?for . $18.80. A great many lots in all our departments have been nearly all sold out, and while it would be impossible for us to enumerate them here, we will say that we are going to sell these odds and ends at whatever price will sell them. So whatever you have use for come and see ours before buying elsewhere. It'll mean money in your pocket. 10c, 3 for 25c, Men's Underwear. Balbrlggan Underwear, in solid colors, such as tun. blue, brown, natural, also in stripes?French neck-pearl buttons. Re? duced from 25 to . 13c. Pleached Jean Priwers. strlnc and knit bottom, reinforced seat, GOc. kind, reduced to . 23c. Egyptian Cotton and Balhrlss-an Under? wear, shirt with long or short sleeves, French neckband, silk fronts, drawers with inserted gussets ami suspender straps?every desirable color and pattern. Tun, blue and flesh ribbed, tan. blue, pink anil brown solid colors. Stripes and lace pattcriii, reduced from 75c, lo. 37c. Men's Belts. Lot of Men's Leather Belts?with har? ness nnd covered buckles?all colors worth 60c., will ku for . 37c. [Sc., will go 50c. Lot of Men's Pelts, worth ?1, will go for 75c. SV?en's Hosiery. Lot of Men's Fine Seamless Half Hose, in black and tau shades, guaranteed fast colors?woi tli 16c.?during this sale. 1 6!<c. All Fancy CjC Hose now 17c. All Fancy i0c. lloso now 38c. Lot of M for . sn'a Belts, worth Men's Neckwear. Your pick of a lot of our regular Wc. silk Neckwear, In Tecks, Puffs, Imperial) I inU Four-in-llands?for . IVSen's Fancy Vests 25c. Club House Siring Ties, 2Cc. kind, now for. 25c. All $1.23 to J2.'0 Vests, now 87c. All Silk Vests, |4, $3 and $0, now $2.75 Men's Mackintoshes. $5.00 Mackintosh now $7.Mi Mackintosh now $10.00 Mackintosh now .. $i:..0o Mackintosh now . .t:t.'i". .$1 S7 . $0.00 Men's Pants $2 23 and $2.50 Men's Pants, made from ?A- ml serviceable materials In dress and styllrh patterns. Without exception slashed to . ? $1.75. $3.00 end 4.00 Men's Pants, will lioid tie ir shape and wear splendidly, great valui h at original prices. Marvelous bar? gains'at . $2.12. $160 and $5.00 Men's All-Wool Pants, made from elegant and choice materials, stripes, plaids, etc. Most wondrous bar llns ever offered for . $2.85. $6.00 Men's Striped All-Wool Worsted Pauls, lino tailor-made, cilBtom-llttlng. Hundreds to select from. Mammoth sale price . $3.35. 57 00 Men's F.xtra. Fine. Pants, highest Krad- of woolens, all stylish patterns. Slashed to the unheard-of price . $4.62. Our Fixtures for Sale and Store for Rent. ECE, JONES & CO., Open Every Evening: until 9 O'clock until June 1st, rf?rt ^"r^ r. Y IN BOTTLES ||?? ROBERT PORTNER BREWING CO,, NORFOLK, VA. IN ITS INFANCY. The development of 11i? ? boundless re? sources of this mightiest of countries Is but in its infancy, it a\>. ills only open mints for both metals, and the whole* some and "permanent enlargement Of our stock.of basic money. Like a giant in chains this nation Is bound down by nn oppressive money system that pre? vents it doiii? anything worthy1 of its j magnificent endowments. Before the world enjoys a prosperit) \> rthy of the name, one of which :t is capable, and that has come to stay, being found- j ed on the broad and solid base Ol bi? metallism, it must compel governments to stop legislating more value Into! money, arid, brace, out of property, as they ha\e been doing, by shutting sil? ver out of the minis, but insti a I, force them lo legislate some of the stolen value out of money, and back into pr< p crly from which it was taken 10 ilie ruin of the world's toilers. The only possible way to do this Is not to do crease the production of dollars at the minis. Tins Is the only way lo gel stable nnd, hence, profitable prices, and to keep the people at work. Goldbugs tell u.? we have produced so much it has mad.- us poor. We must stop work. Overproduction of products Is the causi of nil our woes. This advice Is the drivel of Idiots, the logic of despair and the doctrine ''f the devil. We say to the masses, go to work nnd make all the goods y m can, for you can't make too much for the world's comfort until everybody is fully supplied with every? thing they need. And then we say'to the government, go lo work, too, and coin all the sliver and gold into money until normal prices are again restored, and then, after that, do your UlmotM to keep Prices stable, s> that the bal Bm ? shall be held level between debtor and creditor henceforth Do not let the equities of lime contracts .after that be in'rrferert with In the interest to cither party. OABTOniA. >lhe Kind Vo-j Ha?e Always Bought Br?ri th? 1 ne *m 'Q'l Ha?e Always . \'-Y: DEMOCRACY TRIUMPHS. PRESBYTERIAN ASSEMBLY WTLIi N*OT REDUCE MEMBERSHIP. (By Telegraph to Virginian-Pilot.) Minneapolis, Minn., May 22.?Democ? racy asserted Itself in the Presbyterinn CIcTTct.tI Assembly ; Ms-af-tOFAOon. \YiLU a shout tlie assembly voted down two carefully considered and prepared plans tu reduce the membership, one by ?1 Ihlrd ami the,other by more than a half. The committee on reduced repre? sentation appointed a year ago was s a:, ly Riven courteous treatment, so pronounced was the feeling against getting farther away from the people. Two members of the committee pre? sented the two proposed plans?one rriak ng the basis of representation fi. 000 ^ mmunlcahts and the other mak? ing tin basis 3fi ministers In the Pres? byteries Instead of 21, as .i present. Co! ii i P. 1.. Hitchcock, of the com* mit tee, argued for the representation by synods according to nieinbi rshlp, ate! ! tared that there was no doubt thai 672, the present membership >>f' the A einbly, wan far too large. It w.s plain from the interruptions that Coloi ?! Hitchcock was on Ihr unpopu? lar1 le, and when he sat down ex? pressions of the Democratic spirit came out strongly and profusely. Slirlnr Itnblieil of Jewel* (By Telegraph to Virginian-Pilot.) Santiago de Cuba. May The Startling discovery was made yester? day that the famous shrine of N'uestra Senoi i I'aridad, at Bl Gobre, had been robb, d of jewels valued at $2?,0?0, and that (he iiead of the stn:u* i..nl been broken off and removed, it is suppos? ed to have miraculous healing powers, ami is \isited annually by thousands of pilgrims from all parts of Cuba. Mexi? co and even from Europe, who .have loaded the image with rich gifts. It is asserted that an American will be arrested to-morrow on the charge of being the criminal, and the police hope to recover the jewels. THE COLUMBIA BICYCLE AT $40 la n_I>ettiT bargain than'any o'Vt Bicycle made would be at Because THE U.T'.MLIA " ,1 is alwa\.s worth iwic THE i l H.r.MlMA <i BICYCLE la ihA t>.?t whocl e as mucn at second best I AINU HS-the best chainless bicycle mad.?is $75.00. Oon't try to save $10 or 3Ui and get a machine worth only had' tlio The HARTFORD BICYCLE?as good a wheel as any made except tlio Columbia?lor Jot) and i2i. Don't pay more for an interior machine. CHAPMAN & JflKEWflN, ALWAYS CARRY A FULL LINE OF ALL MODELS, CORNER MAIN AND BANK STS. u Artificial Plates A *t thcMost Natural And perfect reproduction of the teeth Nature gives?In tit. action and appear? ance?that it Is possible for expert skill and tlio finest mechanical equipment to make. They are constructed and ad? justed?skillfully snd knowingly?with consideration of the natural expression and contour of the face?so ilght. com? fortable and wearable that their presence in the mouth Is forgotten. "Newest Discovery" Painless Fx'racllon. New York Dental Rooms Only J. D. ENN LS, Dentist. Office hours, s to C; Sundays, 10 to 1. 04>4t> ?>??><> -?><>? f>04> 4f>-*m>4y 94P<+4t~4>+4&4l>+4*>*nr++4+4>4>4>4* ! OWE DAY DRESS S5CIRT SALE! ? ? On FRIDAY, May 26th, every Siik and Wool Dress Skirt in ? v the store will be offered at these amazingly low prices : f * taffeta bilk Dress Skins, handsomely trimmed, silk lined, ? $22.00 Skirts for $IS.00, $18.89 for $15.00, $17.89 tor $13.00. A Lovely Rough Crepon Skuts, beautifully decorated in satin k ruffling, $1200 Skirts for $10.00, $12.00 for $9.00, $9189 for ? $8.00. $ New Serge Skirts, new shapes; new cord lacings, $6.89 Skirts a for $5.00. $5.69for 4.50, $4.69 for $3.50, $7.>S-l for S6.00, silk 4} ?lined. * Black Brillianline Skirts, effectively trimmed in narrow velvet 1 ribbon and etc., $6.00 Skirts, for $5.00, $5.89 tor $4.50, $5.00 tor ^ * $4.oo. Black Satin Skirts, $8.89 for $4.69- ^ a ? S. DOZIER, 206 Main street, Norfolk, Va. | JOHN 0. GRMflGE ESTABLISHED JS65 Sewer and Well Pipe BRICK TILE ALL SIZES. Lime, Cements, Piaster, Bricks, Lnths, Hair, Shingles, Flooring iElc - - -ST WOODSIDE'S WHARF NORFOLK, VA, 336. 336. L H. WHITEHURST, Wish to call attention to tho following: India Linons, from Be. and up; Lawns, 3c, and up; Organdies, from 10c. and up. Just received a beautiful line of Runga bad Madras, 36 inches wid", at 1214c., also Iiiinity Dlaphane, SI Inch's wide, at 1214c Each of them elegant for Dress or Waist. A new lino of Parasols, Ladies and Child rens. Ties and Scarfs. Kid Gloves, Corsets, It. & a. and W. B., Window.Muslins and Curtains, silk Ginghams, &c. L. H. WHITEHURST, No 336 Main Street, New phone 837._OLD STAND L. LANGBALLE, IGE CR?AMPaRLOR -AND WHOLESRLE PIHNUFfluTDBER We can furnish you with a better and cheaper cream than it la possible to get ?Isewhere. Come and cample our cream and set prie s and be convinced. CHURCH !-''_.! ti.i-.T. OPPOSITE HOLT BOTH PHONES, Ci3. aull-ood-fu.tu.th-if CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. In tb? market for T/me, Port lr.c.d or American Cement Pias tcr. Hair. Chimney Pipe. Kirs i J'.riclj. Lath or >"iiliu;:e*. Sec us before you buy We are solo aKeu:.-' for Acme Cement Plat? ter New No. H5 Water ?treet. i BATCHELDER & COLLINS. P0CAHONT?S COAL We heg to call the attention of the public that we are Miners' Agents fo; the Celebrated Pocahontas Steam Coal. CuO.W.Taylnr&Co. Wholesale and Retail Dealer* i;? ANTHRACITE ft and BITUMINOUS U 61 GRANBY STREET. YARDS?Central Wharf. SHIPPING PIERS?N. & W. R'y Co. Norfolk and Ijiimberl's Point ?)'nones. 34 and 137._ HARD WOOD! IN CAR LOAD LOTS Jt??t Keoeivecl. Tlie best for Wood Heaters, seasoned or green. Deliver any quantity. CHAS. E. SCOTT & CO. 200 LOVITT AVENUE. Oh) Phone 251. New Phone 1126. TO THE TIDIES! ON MONDAY, TUESDAY AND WED? NESDAY * of this week, we shall offer the now stylish RORTO RICO, trimmed in the best Taffeta Silk or Velvet at $1.50. THEZA-ZA $1,25 All stylish Yachts at a reduction of 2 5 cents on the doliar. At the same time, our stock of Trimmed Dress Mats will continue to add new styles. MRS. P. RIES. loa Cliuroh St.