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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 6 May 1899

Tljg_NgWg FROM THE OLD NORTH STATE AND ITS CAPITAL 0011 RULES GH NEWS BUDGET Mr, Robert Gattung Takes His Own Life. WAS A GREAT SUFFERER Selected Vt Uli the A id or n Mirror llie I'olMtat H'liicii II? sent Hin Hiiiirt lino Hin Rrnfn ? ft". <". Berries?Ali? otlicrt'ontent?VoiicolultllutaCout iiM'imnu'iii ic, It. Commission to A I*nzzlctl auditor, Raleigh, X. C, May '.?The city was greatly shocked yesterday afternoon by the Intelligence that Robert Gailling had commuted suicide In bis room at tin' residence of Mrs. Annie Parker on Eden ton street. It appears now that the deed most have been done at some time during Wednesday night, as two of the col? ored wallers at the Capital Club build? ing, .lohn und Jackson, both stale posi? tively that he was at the club for a few minutes about o'clock on Wednes? day nlaht. Members of the club say. als -. that they saw him at the club at R '.i i; on Wednesday afternoon. On the other hand, Mrs. Parker Is oosl tlve that he did not leave...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 6 May 1899

NEWS FROM RICHMOND AND OTHER P?RTS~OF_VIRGINIA. RICHMOND NEWS AND GOSSIP Powliatan County Man Writes About a Missing Baltimorsan. THE POWHATAN BONDS An Important Decision Rendered by Jadgo GoflT In Rrenrtl to ttin Old X8S7 Bond laauo or Ibo Fnrmvlllo ?ad Powliatnn Rnllrond?Bonni of Public Worin Coming to Newport Kiwi to Aaseia Tormlntil Property t To?l>ny. \f - - ; ' (Special to Vlrginlan-Pllot.) Richmond, Va., May 5.?Governor Ty? ler to-day received a letter from a mer? chant of Powliatan county, statins that Jie thought he could give some Impor? tant Information regarding the whore, abouts of the missing Baltimore man, .whose wife wrote to the Governor a few days ago asking aid In locating George Spouse. The man and his wife were In this city about six years ago. He started to Cincinnati, ostensibly saying he wish? ed to find work there. He lias not been heard from since. The Powhatan man wants the address of the lady go that he may give her information regarding her hu...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 6 May 1899

MILLIONS FOR POLICY HOLDERS *? M > lilV-I Mutual Life Insurance Companies' Must Divide Surplus Earnings. CONTRACTS CALL FOR IT Jittfgo n'oodnnril, t'tf Now York AP yellato Court, IIon tiers a Decision Which, If Snafnlued, Will Compel Thron nig: Inaurmiuio Coii.pi.iilc? to Dlftlrlbnte Euormoii? Nurplita Among <ho I'olApy Holder.* or 3 hl'sc < Olli pau Ich. The New York Herald say's: If the Court of Appeals suetttins ;t decision handed down by Judge Wood? ward, in the Appellate Division ov" the Second Dcpnrtmeut yesterday. eh.\t.'g<'3 amounting almost to a revolution in .the conduct uf life insurance business Jn this State will result. If this decision stands, persons hold? ing endowment policies in Now York companies will derive much larger ben? efits from their policies than they had reason to expect, as each policy hold? er's share of the annual profits of the i company in which he is insured will 1 be bused on the total surplus of the co...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 6 May 1899

PORTSMOUTH LOCAL NEWS AND ADVERTISEMENfd CHRONICLES OF INTEREST Portsmouth, The Beautiful City By the Sea. FOUND HERE AND THERE The Latest IIiippenlDgs I? tbe City mid County Prenciited in Concise ' 1'orm For ibto Kdlflcntton of vir? ' - iii inn-I'llot Kondors Hero mid .v tlMivhrrn ?.()??11> For 1'cople i'j,. IVIto Desire to Keep Fueled. p - *? Two negro, women on Griflln street , had a row yesterday One of tliem cut the other over the head with a glats bottle itntl Intlictcd an ugly wound. The demand for bricks and lumber Is greater than the supply. A contractor said yesterday that ho had several contracts, but could not get material to do the Work with. " Attention Is called to Allen it Jarvis" advertisement. They offer sugar cured bams at 10 cents, a pound, and other things In porportion. Israel Kitchen was before Mayor Balnl again yesterday for the fifth time in live days. Mayor Baird gave him five days in Jail. Mr. Edward Hitching?, a former resident, who died In Nor...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 6 May 1899

PORTSMOUTH LOC?L NEWS ?ND ?DYE^iSrS^ (Continued.) 300 Choice F^srk View Lots On the following desirable streets: Hatton, Holliday, Web? ster. Cook, Owen, Chestnut, North, A, B, Ann, Leckie, Vil lia, Naval, Bay and Linden avenue. We can sell these lots at a bargain if sold at once. Park View has all. the improvements to make an ideal home, and you will never regret buying. AiOney to loan for building purposes either on monthly payments or straight for $ years at 6 per cent, interest, paya? ble semi-annually. eoooaxDaeoofj* REAL ESTATE AND LOAN AGENTS, No. 410 Crawford Street, - - Portsmouth, Va. _ALL READY_ CORRECT STYLES !)1 SPiffi SUITS JOST FOR WW! Our reputation for well made clothing at popular low prices is firmly established to be Hie bcsl in quality, the latest in style and the excellent in tailoring. RE: MARK ABLE OF'F'ERS ! Fancy Cheviot Saek Suits, ail-wool, $7.45. worth Slo.OO. Bine Serge, round Or square cut, all-wool, ?7.50 worth $10.00, single or double breasted. Cassi...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 6 May 1899

Review of tue Markets, Shipping News and Real Estate Business. FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL Stocks, Money, Exclude, Bonds, Grain, Cottcn, Provisions, Etc. New York. May 5.?Spekulation broad? ened u little In cotton to-day. the prin? cipal Impulse being tho continued sta l>il;ty shown by tin Liverpool market In futures and tho larqu volume o? busi? ness tn spot cotton In the English mar? ket. Private cables supplemented the public account with assurances that the Increased attention being paid to spot CJtton by foreign spinners was based on feubstanjtl'al foundation and was likely to endure. The Liverpool storks showed tome tailing off during the week, which accied to the bullish character of the cable news In general, although the English slock remained considerable In excess of a year ago. Our market opened steady tit an ad? vance of "'id points and further ad? vanced 2fi3. The general firmness here was Increased by local covering on a considerable scale, with general specu?...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 7 May 1899

^Ui?iiJUiit'uiniiiiuiiiiiiimnmuniuu?e 1G Page? 1 IN TWO PARTS. I ^??^...^^^?^ ?????? VOL. TU. XO.' :J2. I' WEATHER FORECAST Ff 1 NORFOLK AND 3* Showers; nearly statiooqgj 3 ature; fresh east winds. 8 B NORFOLK, VA., SUNDAY, MAY 7, iS<U). SIXTEEN PAGES. THKEE CENTS PEE CO LATEST NEWS OF THE WORLD BY TELEGRAPH AND CABLE LAWTON MOVES TOWARD^ ARAYAT Speedy Collapse of Philippine Republic Expected. THE LAST STRONGHOLD It la noiicvfd Tlmt Filipino? Reco BT" ulzo tho Inevitable i'nlluro ?I Tliotr NtrUBTKlO nii<! Id sis; In Order lo Necuro Moat i.iiiorni l or um I*oa> atblo?I.ooklue t'ov Lucrative. Po? sitions? Imwtoa nmi MncAritinr will Moot Before Sit. Arnynt, ili? I.nai Filipino StronglioliL In Vonr Dnya, (By Telegraph to Vlrglnlan-PUot.) Manila. May 0.-4:16 p. m.?Major General Lawton's column advanced to a position two and a half miles north of Ballnag to-day. Before making a forward movement General Lawton eent baek to Manila two wounded nu n of the Min...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 7 May 1899

THE) NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES TWO, THREE, FIVE AND SIX. _W^JED^^ 'rtT ACTKD^A THOROUGILUY E>f ;s YV nerleneed <lry good? salesman. Ap? ply with referencva to HARRY' MORRIS, S?2 Ohuvch si hoot._It ANTED.?A~ rRACTlCAL SAW n?:il mar? to saw and ship lumber. Aruily at onco to JOHN L?. GAY, Suffolk, ,Va._my7-3t ANTED.?TO RENT AN KLE gant front room to gentleman and ?wifo In splendid location?west side. Ad? dress "P. K." caro Vlrglnlan-Pllot. it w WANTED. ? WORK in HOUSE cleanlng or waitress In hotel or boarding house. Address Airs. MOLLIE JORDANi 43 Oalvcrt street. It TJST aTntHbTd . ? LARGE ' SECOND !VV Jiaml safe*. Address Room 307 Co? lombia Building. City._ my7-3t* W~NTED. ? POSITION BY YOUNG mm with some knowledge ot book kcoplng. Address BOOKKEEPER, care .Vlrglnian-Pilot._my6-3t* -ITITANTED.?THREE FURNISHED OR V? unfurnished rooms, with board for ? three adults. In tho West End. Private family preferred. State terms and loca? tion. Address BOOKKEEPER, P. o. bo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 7 May 1899

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES TWO, THREE FIVE AND SiX WEATHER REPORT. "Washington. May 6. 1S39. Forecast for Sunday: Virginia?Showers Sunday and prob iTaly Monday; variable winds. North Carolina?Showers Monday; l^linday fair; variable winds. Norfolk nod Vicinity Bt7eather FORECAST FOR TO? DAY. Showers: nearly stationary tempera? ture; fresh east winds. Saturday, May 6. fcltxlmum temperature . .-.. .. GO ?Minimum temperature . 57 ESTormal temperature . 65 Departure from normal .minus li departure from normal since Janu? ary 1st. /.minus S7 ?Rainfall In past 24 hours. ~: ?Rainfall since first of month .27 filtan humidity. si CALENDAR, Bun rises at 6:03 a. m. and sets at P p. m. Tl! i:s. Norfolk?High r at 7:15 a. m. and |T:3! p. m.; low v ? at 1:08 a. m. and 0:13 p. in. Old Point?High water at G:M a. m. Band 7:11 p. m.\ low water at 12.17 a. m. land 12:52 p. m._ |>IKD. BIKKHAM.-At the. residence of his pa rents, No 270 Granlty street. Saturday, Ma/ 6tb. at 1.30 p. in.. LEWIS ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 7 May 1899

' VIRGINIAN - PILOT" ?BT THJS? .,.>" fVlROINIAN AND PILOT PUBLISHING COMPANY. lORfOlK VIRGINIAN AND DAILY PILOT. (Consolidated March, JS9S.) Entered' at the I'oatotnco at Norrolk, iVa., as second-class matter. " OFFICES Ft DOT BUIDDINQ. C1TV HALL AVJ?iNUl?. _norfolk. va._ OFFICERS: A. II. Grandy. President; W. S. Wilk? inson, Treasurer; Janus JC. Allen, Scc jt-tary. SOARD OF DIRECTORS: . A. H. Grandy, L. D. Starke, Jr.. T. W. Sheltoii, It. W. Shultlce W. S. Wilkinson, Jiinod K. Allen, D. F. Donovan. TU KHK 1? l?Klt CIM* Y. subscription rates: The VJRCHN IAN-PILOT la delivered to Subscribe? by carriers In No/folk and ?Vicinity. Portsmouth, Berkley. SntTolk. .West Norrolk. Newport News, for 10 cents per week payablo to the carrier. By mall, to any ulnco iu the Lulled ISlatee. postage free: *>AI1,Y, oho j onr - ?5.01? " ?Ii in 11 ntii j ... a.00 " Ibrco uioutti? - ? 1.30 " nii? in.im Ii ... ..10 " ADVERTISING RATES: Ad\crllac mcnts Inserted at the ruto ot 7? cents...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 7 May 1899

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES TWO, THREE FIVE AND SIX COURT DECISIONS. Notes of Cases Recently Decided, Which are of Interest to Our People. DIGESTED BY W- B. MARTIN. XExclusively for Virginian-Pilot.) WHITE V. BOYD. Bupromo Court of North Carolina. March 14, 1893. KEEPERS OF A TOBACCO SALES? ROOM WHO SELL A CONSIGN? MENT OF TOBACCO ON COMMIS? SION ABE NOT WAREHOUSEMEN. BUT AUliNTS OF CONSIGNOR. 8UC11 AC.IONTS ABE LIABLE TO THE MORTGAGEE AND LAND? LORD IF THE TOBACCO SOLD IS SUBJECT TO A MORTGAGE AND CROP LIEN. ' This action was brought to recover thu proceeds or the sale by the defen? dants of certain leaf tobacco, alleged to have been the property of the plain? tiffs, und to have been sold by the de? fendants without the knowledge or con? sent of the plaintiffs. The plaintiffs waived the tort growing out of the al? leged conversion of the tobacco by the defendants, ratified the rale, and brought this action for money had and received, which remedy they had the right to adopt. It ap...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 7 May 1899

SOCIETY'S REALM On the. first day of May, Jt In said, the inquisitive lads and maidens are permitted u-Speep into the future, to behold what fate awaits them and what blessings they have in store. So early on Monday morning, before the break of day, these knowledge-seekers arose, and creeping gently out, speaking not a word to any one, but silent as the grave, started forth in quest of the all wise snail, or wended their way to come deep well. Looking In. their gase was returned by the linage of the lover ?who lurked below. Sny not these things are not true, for educe the an? cient days of fairy-godmothers, when wonderful things came to pass, this day has been observed by lovers impatient to Know what happiness the days an t months may bring about. Youth lne.:? not long, and well it Is siuh fancies | come to make our lives more bright. The dance given by the officers re- i elding in the navy yard on Tuesday i evening was an affaiir of rare r.iiti great! pleasure. The hall was bright...

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

WATT. RETTEW & CLAY. YVATT. RETTEW & CLAY. Store Closes Promptly at 6 P. Fl.; Saturdays, 10. ever i WATT. RETTEW & CLAY. WATT. RETTEW A CIikAT. s a summer Thirty=seven different patterns of twenty=five cent Madras at 15c. A very fortunate purchase of the genuine Aberfoyle Indian Madras, ihirty-six inches wide, double fold. FOR LADIES' SHIRT WAISTS. FOR MEN'S NEGLIGEE SHIRTS. FOR CHILDREN'S DRESSES. Each piece bears a tag stating that "this piece of goods has been tho? roughly scoured with soapand water before leaving the mill,"?a guarantee that the colors are fast This excellent fabric sells here at 25c. a yard. We have taken all of our regular stock and placed it on sale with the new lot and marked them FIFTEEN CENTS A YARD. The patterns are neat checks and stripes in a host of beautiful color combinations. , Among olher unusual values we mention the following. 8C-lnch Vino rrlntod C:i mbrios?more desirable than percales?forty-live npwest pa Horn...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 7 May 1899

OF SPORT STANPING OF THE CLUBS. Won. Lost. PerCt. St. Louis A- 11 5 .687 Philadelphia.; 13 0 .684 Chicago. 13 6 .684 .'Brooklyn.12 -7 .632 'Cincinnati . 9 6 .600 "Boston . . 10 9 .627 [Baltimore. 9 10 .473 : Louisville . 9 10 .446 New York. 7 9 .437 Flttsburg. 6 10 .370 Washington. 4 14 .222 Cleveland .. . 3 13 .1S7 A game of baseball was played yes? terday afternoon at Lambert's Point between the teams of that suburb anil Atlantic City. Atlantic City battery, jjdontnffue and Hanson; Lambert's Point battery, Hughes und Hudglns. Mine InnlngB were played, resulting S to 1 In favor of Atlantic City. About 360 people, were; present. PHILADELP1 HA, 3; BALTIMORE, 11. Score by Innings: R.H.E. Philadelphia . .0 0 2 O 0 0 1 0 0? 3 11 5 Baltimore .. .0 2500031 0-11 11 I Batteries: Fraxer, TJonahue, Bernard ond Douglass and MoFarland; Miller. McGinntty and Robinson.. Umpires: Hunt and Connolly. Time?2:12. ' PITTSBURG. 10; LOUISVILLE, 6. Score bv Innings: R.H.E. Pittsburg .0 010000011 7?10 20 1...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 7 May 1899

Late Paris Fashions. Paris, April 22.?Just as all the world loves a lover?or suya St does?so the affairs of a bride are matter? of general Interest, particularly If the bride he younrj and pretty and have a fashiona? ble wedding, supplemented by an orna* mentnl trousseau. Just at present every dressmaking es? tablishment In Paris Is in the excite? ment of packing off to scores of fash? ionable brides to bo the finery that is inter to dazzle the eyes of beholders at the wedding or upon the honeymoon. As I have no doubt there arc many wed? dings In prospect on the other side of tlie Atlantic, there may be some wom? en readers who will enjoy following the details of a recent wedding in the circle that makes brilliant the Fuubourg St. Germain. To begin, the bride's gown was of ivory white satin, almost entirely cov? ered with chiffon. The bodice itself was also nlmost entirely covered with tuck? ed chiffon, while the skirt was softened with a long tunic of the material edged with a doub...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 7 May 1899

ST. ANDREW Program of ttis First Tri-Diocesan |, Convention ATJ?S CHARLOTTESVILLE To Convenc'Snlanliiy nnd Contlnno in flcsslouTlircc ?nyg-fflr. W< II. I.Il llc.of SI. I.nlt ? . .-Verrolle, to llo< ?poad For>Di?c?si! of Nonllirrn VirtfluJn lo Address of W'oloomo ? Otber Etportkcr*, t?.a? .r~v $ ? ? *> * a a The first.*rl-diocesan convention ol jtho Brotherhood of St Andrew, of Vir? ginia, Southern, Virginia and West Vir einla, -will convene at tlio First Church at Charlottesville, on Saturday, May 13th, Instant, and continue In session until Monday. Following is the provis? ional program -arranged for the occa? sion; SATURDAY, MAY 13TH. 6:00 p. m.?Devotional service, con ?ucted 'by Rev. W. A. It. Goodwin, St. 'John's, Petersburg. 8:15 p. m.?Convention called to or? der by S. M. Woodward, chairman, St. Homes', Richmond. Report of Tri-Dio? cesan. Convention Committee. Election of officers. Addresses of ?Welcome?Rev. Harry 23. Lee, rector of ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 7 May 1899

THE NEWS FROM THE OLD NORTH STATE AND ITS CAPITAL t?te Dental S ciety Adjourns to Meet a' Greensboro. NASH OUNTY COLD Tho Enittrn A>pr?tnchliiu Ool?l Roll on the Ev?b? Grcnt MoVemon* Trinliy Cogfco*" Ornvcn Blemorlal SI nil toniiletnl-A Toting Bl:?n*!? naplil Oa'etr In trliim- I w i> I> enped coivlct. Brcnpinred. Raleigh. 1. C May G.-The State Dental Socbty finished the work of the session yerterday moising, adjourning at 1 o^cloct. Most of tho mcmbera met on the afternoon trains for home, well pleased with the mcelng here and with the caplUl. The so<'.ety will hdJ K<-< next annual meeting In Grcensbcro, beginning May the 9th, 1300. Tho election of ofTVors resulted In the selection of the following: President?A. C. f.ivcrman, of Scot? land Neck. First Vlce-Preald?nt?;E. J. Tucker, of Roxboro. Second Vice-Prudent?W. B. Ram? say, of Hickory. Treasurer?15. Ii James, of Granville. Scoretnry->I. S Spurgcon, of t...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 7 May 1899

NEWS FROM RICHMOND AND OTHER PARTS~OF VIRGINIA. RICHMOND NEWS \ AND GOSS9F Adjutant General Issues Orders as to Military Reorganization, ONLY ONE REGIMENT? Governor Tyler Snld to rnvnr Hut One Itcgiuu nt in ilie Stulo - <;<>v~ ?rnor Will ts'oou Requisition llic Government For Mlreu l or Knvnl . Betervoi-Reserven Hnvo I'xecnlvd n Band insuring State Agulii?! Los? aJfcL.* ? ?-? ! (Special to Virginian-Pilot.) Richmond, Va? May C?Adjutant General Nallo to-day Issued an order giving the necessary information re? garding tho strength of military com? panies to be formed hereafter. The order is as follows: "Adjutant General's ouice, ) Richmond, Vu., May 4, 1S99. "General Orders. No. 3?For the pur? pose of conforming-, as nearly as prac? ticable, to the organization of the United. States Army, as provided for in the act of Congress approved March 2, 1899, and entitled 'An act for lncr< asing the efllclency of the army of the United States, and fo...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 7 May 1899

The Improvements recently begun on Mr. W. B. Dougherty's department ? tore, on Chestnut street, have been completed and exhibit a beautiful ap? pearance In every respect. An addition. 20x40 fect. In the rear, a handsome wall hat case, beginning at the entrance and running back thlrty-slx fect, oc? cupies a portion of the north side of the gent's department, all In the latest up-to-date spring styles of hats in all qualities. On the right side aro the counter cases of neckwear?an extensive lino in many colors and qualities. The ladles' department is tastefully ar? ranged and Blocked. The building has been painted white and two sky lights, letting in ample light upon his large and well selected stocks "or Indies' and gent's furnishings, make In every re? spect a very handsome store, and one that should be patronized by every home entcrprlse-lovlng citizen. He will have his opening day next Thursday, at which time refreshments will be served to all who call Mr. C. P. Griffin, one of th...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 7 May 1899

; ;" PQRTSMOUTH LOCAL NEWS AND ADVERTISEMENTS ??KIBLi OFJTEREST Portsmouth, The Beautiful City By the Sea. FO?MO MERE AND THERE Xbti l.:iicm Happening'! tti (tin Oiy ?nd County Presoiilc-tl In Concise Ionn For Ibe EuIflciilLiu of Vir. Clniitii-SMi.it Heilders Horn und EtMiU'iierc ? CJoaiip for People Who iscslre to Kci'ii I*o>.tcil. Mr. A. J. Phillips hau something to tell you to-day that will interest you. Bead his advertisement. Brown's Bazaar is offering spe ?::?.;?:> - Jn lawns, organdies, ice. Fte a list of prices. Mr. G. C. llayncs, in this issue, an? nounces that he is a etui Ii i "?? ! >r tlce' of tho peace fur Westi rn I '? 1 That "big yellow d?g" advertised as lost in this paper yesterday was ( ?und In Norfolk. This paper found him. The gun boat Annapalla arrived at the yard yesterday, nr.d was elved With a salute tram St. II ilena. The Lsdh'3' fltilid of All Saints Church, rark'Vi.-w. will Rive a ? ? at Mrs. Dr. Ennts' residence on nc::t T...

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