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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 13 May 1899

PORTSMOUTH LOCAL NEWS AND ADVERTISEMENTS ^_ST O F=> ? paying rent, buy a lot from me and 1 will lend you money to build a housej Do you want to buy a house or a lot ? Call on me. Do you want to sell your property ? List it with me. R. S. BROOKS, Bell Phone 2222._REAL ESTATE AND KENTAL AGENT, 411 COURT STREET. WALL PAPERING In Latest Style by experienced workmen. ANDERSON ?Ss THOMPSON. 224 HIGH STREET, tttraxrtos sent by mall to out-of-town customers. ACCEPT NO MATTRESS WITHOUT THE APGVE TRADE MARK. If you would be happy and sleep well, buy the . PATENT FELT LAR MATTRESS! Don't take a cheap cotton mattress, some will tell you are just as good. BBNDRON BICYCLES! Carriages, Go-Carls, Furni? ture?all styles; prices lowest. Carpets?all makes. Prices cut. tsa-vo coupons for 6tove contest. Pinner's Point Real Estate! THE3RB ARE FEW PLACES WHERE REAL, ESTATE PATS AS WELL AS AT PINNER'S POINT. IP YOU HAVE CAPITAL TO INVEST YOU WILL, SAVE MONET BY GET? TING MY PRICES ON THIS PROPER...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 13 May 1899

Review of the Markets; Shipping News; and Real Estate Business. FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL Stocks, Money, Exchange, Bonds, Grain, Cotton, Provisions, Etc. Now York. May 12 ?Tho hulls had the honor of the speculative contest to? day, hut the edge was taken off the rise in the last few minutes of trading by a vigorous bear raid. The eon tinned pur Chases for London account and lite lack of strain in either the money or Sterl? ing Exchange markets were features "f conddelice. Moreover. It was an? nounced that the final (5,000.000 war? rant, in connection with the Spanish indemnity, WOUld be deposited on Mult day in a local bunk, which unnounci ? that all the needed exchange bad been ??cured, and tills was favorably Inter? preted as to its probable effect on Sterl? ing Exchange- The known movements of money, although often misleading, were thought to forecast a favorable hank statement, as there had been but few industrial consolidations linn need. At times the stock market was very errat...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 14 May 1899

IT? I 6 Pa.gge*s? -cl IN TWO PARTS. I ^J* ^TTTT*jCTTTTTtTfmTtTTtTTTTtTtmtt TTTTilltmiT? .SS? ?5> ^iniuuuiiiiiiininmniuWMUuuHnttO^U 1 WEATHER FORECAST FOR TJ-D?Y 1 - ? I NORFOLK AND VICINITY? : Fair, with stationary temperature :fresh west winds. ^ i^ g ..,,..?.,...,,,,,,??trTr?T.,I?m,mrTTT?mm ntriS VOL. III. NO. 38. NORFOLK, VA., SUNDAY, MAY 14, 1899. SIXTEEN PAGES. TIIKEE CENTS PER COPY. LATEST NEWS OF THE WORLD BY TELEGRAPH AND CABLE ) CONTINUED ON I PAGES 6 AND 8 AGUINALDO'S NEW POLICY All Foreigners Must Leave Insur? gent Territory. MORE PEACE OVERTURES Believe* Tlnil by Kcluvliig foreigner* Itlglns NoiMHimlmlliMitii lie Van l'<?ree Tliclr Governments to itc rogulaa itcilfgcrciicy ?i ? in Gov ?riinirnt-ll* 1? ?;??m?MJ? **'" visibility of Surrender ^ p'l?o*lrcH to NciiiI Military ConiiiiUnlou ??> Blnullnto i'onlcr ?Uli American t'oiiimisfttoueift I*re|>i?rli?ii to nts pci-Hc* Filipino? in l.n.'.uii. (By Telegraph to Vlrglnlan-PHot.) Man...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 14 May 1899

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES TWO, THREE, FIVE AND SIX. LOST. IOST. ? ON BRAMRLETON A.VE i nue near tho corner of Clay, a Gold lilled Wuteh, Woliham movement. Suit? able reward if returned to J. O. VICK, S-19 Church street. myl4-2t* WANTED. WANTED?A POSITION AS SAW lller (hand or circular). Have had n I no years' practical experience. Best "f reference furnished. Address, J. P. GOOD. WIN, Courtland, Va. mylt-St W-?xTi;rr_^-To?noititow UrTi'KR cent, of actual cast on new two story house, modern architecture, in crowing part of Norfolk's suburbs; near car line; only parties loaning straight money need reply. Address C. E. D., care [Virginian-Pilot. it* \\J A NT Kill-- F < lit Til 10 MONTHS OF ?? .Inly and August, a pleasant Un? furnished Room with Hoard, in private family, for gentleman, wife and baby. References exchanged. Address, "July and August." care Virginian-Pilot Oflice. myH-su,tu,wd-3l * ?~NT1CD?TWO HOC IIS' WORK ON set of books each day for a few months, or lisht ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 14 May 1899

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES TWO, THREE FIVE AND SIX. Washington, May 13, 1S93. Forecast for Sunday: "Virginia?Fair und cooler Sunday; fresh westerly winds. Increasing cloud? iness and warmer Monday, North Carolina?Fair Sunday and probably Monday; fresh west to north West winds. Norfolk nnd Vlelnllr. 1' WEATHER. FORECAST FOR TO? DAY. Fair, with stationary temperature; fresh west winds. TEMPERATURE. RAINFALL, 'AND HUMIDITY. Maximum temperature. SO Minimum temperature. (54 Normal temperature . 64 . Departure front normal.plus 8 Departuro from normal since Janu? ary 1st.minus 60 Rainfall In past 24 hours .07 Rainfall since, ilrst of month.1.11 .Mean humidity. 30 CALENDAR. Bun rises at 4:?? a. m. and sets nt 7:05 p. m. TIDES. Norfolk?High water at 0:05 a. m. and 12:37 p. m.; low water at 6:26 a. m. and 6:28 p. m. Old Point?High water at 12:44, a. m. Bnd 12:16 p. m.J low water at 6:0? tu m. and 6:07 p. m. I't.'NIC RA L NOTICE. BRENAN.?The funeral of Mrs. MARY MORHLAND BRENAN, aged :io ye...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 14 May 1899

VIRGINIAN- PILOT. ?BY THE? VIRGINIAN AND PILOT PUBLISHING _COMPANY._ 10rf0lk virginian and "TaILY PILOT. (Consolidated March, IkUS ) Entered at tho l'ostofflco at Norfolk. Va., as second-class matter. _ OFFICE: PILOT DC1LOINO. CITY HALL AVENUE. _NORFOLK. VA._ OFFICERS: A. it. Grandy. President; w. s. Wilk? inson. Treasurer; Janus. K. Alien. Sec re tan . BOARD OF DIRECTORS: A. H. Grandy. L I?. Starke, Jr.. T, W. Sh.-lton, K. \V. ShulUec. \V. t?. Wilkinson, Jaine-i E. Allen. 1>. 1". Donovan._ TH UV.K V.KX ff* p1sk (.'OPT. subscription rates: Tlie VJRGINlAN-PILOT ts delivered to subscribers'by carriers in No/Ioik und v.einny. Pcrtsmouth. Berkley. Suffolk. West Norfolk. Newport News, fur Id cents per week payable to thy carrier. JHy mall, io any place lu tue United Clates. postage tree: gAILLoiiF jo?r ? $5.0? ilxuiiimlii ? - ? ?.UO ?4 litre* luonilis - ? !..?<? ** OIIO lllOlllil ? ? ? ?so ADVERTISING KATES: Advertise? ments lt'serteu at the rate of 7i> e...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 14 May 1899

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES TWO, THREE, FIVE AND SIX. Makes the food more delicious find wholesome WOY?l BWIWOPOWDC? rj.. vo?. COURT DECISIONS. Notes of Cases Recently Decided, Which are of Interest to Our People. DIGESTED BY W- B- MARTIN. (Exclusively for Virsinlan-Pilot.) JOKES V. MORRIS. Supreme Court of Appeal of Virginia. March HO. lS'J'J. IN A SUIT FOR MALICIOUS PROSE? CUTION ADVICE OF COUNSEL. IS NO DEFENCE IF DEFENDANT HAD NOT MADE A FULL. DIS CLOSURE OF THE CASE TO HIS COUNSEL. WHERE A PERSON WAS TRIKD FOR LARCENY BEFORE A PO? LICE JUSTICE AND ACQUITTED, SUCH JUDGMENT IS A FINAL END OF THE PROSECUTION, AL? THOUGH THERE WERE IRREGU? LARITIES IN THE WARRANT AND THE TRIAL. Jones sued out n warrant of arrest In Newport News against Morris, charg? ing him with larceny. Morris wan ar? rested In Newport News, carried by a policeman to Richmond, and there tried bef. the police justice of that city and acquitted. He then brought this suit against .lone.; for malicious pros? ecution...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 14 May 1899

IS SOCIETY'S REALM" With the unexpected hot epell of last ?week appeared the summer girl In all the glory of her new '99 shlrt-walst. It was predicted last year that the shirt? waist had seen Its best days, and that the best-dressed women would discard them this summer, they having become no common and cheap as to be within reach of everybody; but, on the con? trary, they have taken a new lease on life; and are. If anything, more "nob? by" and "chic" than ever. Shirt-wateta are cool and comfortable; and. well made, are becoming to thin and stout figures alike, so do you wonder the wo? men cling so tenaciously to this style? The plain sailor is still In vogue, but the swellest hat to be worn with shirt? waists have added scarfs and quills. Be It as It may, the summer girl is here, and the tout ensemble la fetching In the extreme. ? ? ? There is absolutely nothing, socially (speaking, going on In the way of for? mal entertaining, although a good jmany pleasant affairs on a small scale...

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

WATT. RETTEW & CLAY. WATT. RETTEW & CLAY. Store Closes Promptly at 6 P. H.; Saturdays, 10. WATT. RETTEW & CLAY. WATT. RETTEW & C1,AY. Famous'Titwell" Dress Shirts, 89c. Ask any of Ihe leading exclusive Men's Goods dealers "what is the best fitting laundered white shift you have ?"?they'll hasten to tell you "the Fitwell, Si.25 each." Ask us the same question?we'll hasten to tell you "the Fitwell, S9c. each." The price is the only diffeience?the shirt is the same. It is open back and front, has every new improvement, and it is guaranteed to lit absolutely perfect. Dollar-and-a-quarter is its everywhere price?except here. rice! Cool ami comfortable Plain arid Fancy BtKpo Silk Front Negligee Shirts? satte? n body?largo white pearl but? tons, ii < ach. 6|>leieii I quality Madras Pajamas ? stripes ami checks ?(1.3) a suit. Men's Percale Shirts?attached cuffs, two cellar t. Men's Vi rc ilo Shirts?an unusually good quali...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 14 May 1899

LATEST TELEGRAPH- NEWS, CONTINUED FROM FIRST PAGE. bJTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTYTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTt TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTtTTTTE^ S.DozierNe ?N EXPLANATION HOW WE DO IT ? Do you ask how it is that this new firm can afford to sell stylish and up-to-date stuffs at such surprisingly low prices ? Do you wonder how we can progress on such narrow margins of profit? Well listen to the reason: We buy in vast quantities?direct?and for cash. Because of this method of merchandising the old middleman's profit is lost and our multitude of buyers reap the good results* We'll accept rapid sales ancl little profits every time in preference to slow sales and big gains, because it's the only progressive modern method of merchandising. P. K. Skirts and Suits'All Sorts Black Goods Umbrellas & Parasols,The New Silks A charming innovation ! Extraordinary skill and taste are shown in I he beautiful > way these new skirts...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 14 May 1899

THE DISSENSIONS OF NORWAY AND SWEDEN. HR ever shifting storm center of European political struggle might be said to rest over the countries of Norway and Sweden at the present time. These two united nations do not seem to be getting along very well of late, and It Is now oven hinted that before very long there is likely to be open warfare between these two long quarreling countries. Whether or not the outcome will be a division of the Scandinavian peninsula is a question that only the future can tell. lly the treaty of Kiel, 1SU, Norway was handed over to Sweden as a little gift from the European powers, this dorn, united with Sweden under one king. It Is In no way n dependency of Sweden, as Canada or Ireland is of England, though It was the policy of King Charles John to reduce, if possi? ble, Norway to this position. From the time of his sovereign recognition until the present there has been continued friction between the two countries. It was BJornstjerne BJornson who. In 1S7U, b...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 14 May 1899

NEWS FROM RICHMOND AND OTHER PARTS OF VIRGINIA. RICHMOND NEWS AND GOSSIP Norfolk to Be One of Country's Great Cities. SAYS GOVERNOR TYLER Jlo Recalls nu ?Iii Prediction or Ills Gramlfiitlior About Tbl* City? Clinirmaii of Ilouior rn tieKxccu tl vo CoinuilKoo toCnll It Together?The. Battle Abbey For Rlcbiiioiid-Ulb? er Captin! Kotes. V - ? r. ' (Special to Virginian-Pilot.) ' Richmond, Va., May 13.?"I expect to flivo to see one of the great cities of this country on the shores of Hampton Roads," said Governor Tyler lo-daiy, 'having just returned from Norfolk and Portsmouth, whither he went as a member of the Board of Public Works for the purpose of assessing terminal property. "When I was a boy," the Governor continued, "I used to bear my old Brand father, who lived in the shadow of Clayd's mountain, and had served ?with the Virginia troops at Craney Is? land during the war of 1S12, predict that Norfolk would some day be one of the great cities of America, calling eittention to the f...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 14 May 1899

RAILROAD BUILDING Virginia Approaching High Tide of an Industrial Flood, Tho Norfolk mid Western Will Bullll Esctouslon 10 Floyd Court Jlonnc, and Another From Bristol Noulli wnrd-Olbcr Exloustous Projected 'Virginia seems to be approaching the blgh tide of an industrial Hood, ac? cording to tho Manufacturers' Itecord and other sources of information, es? pecially in the line of building rail? road a. Engineers are busy surveying the route of the proposed Atlantic & West? ern from Rocky Mount, in Franklin county, Virginia, through the counties of Carroll, Qrayson, Smyth and Wash? ington to Bristol, This Is believed to be the Southern Railway seeking an eastern outlet from Bristol to tidewater at Norfolk. President M. IT. Alken and Chief En? gineer W. C. Crosier, of the proposed Knoxvllle & Bristol Railroad, are now out on tho line surveying the route. This line is understood to be the con? necting link between the Norfolk & Western nt Bristol and ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 14 May 1899

PEOPLE'S FORUM. NOTE.?The People's Forum "Deine freely open to nil parties, classes, per? sons, views and capacities, the "V lr gdnlan-Pilot Is responsible for none of the statements nor opinions ex? pressed therein, nor for the stylo in Which thoy are set forth. The Ignorant and uneducated shall be heard hero equally with the learned. THE WATER METER QUESTION. Norfolk, Vn., May 13 ,lSy9. Editor Vlrglnlan-Pilot: Those who nre opposing the meter system which the Board of Water Com? missioners has under consideration have estimated that the cost of putting in that system would amount to $M.>.0()0. This estimate was based <>n the sup? position that there would have to be purchased 10.000 meters at uboul 112-60 each, and that th.st of pun ism them In would amount to about $2 per meter. Outside of tills cost the opposition to the meter system have held that there Would be a big increase in the running expenses of the department, because of the necessity o...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 14 May 1899

THE NEWS FROM THE OLD NORTH STATE AND ITS CAPITAL OUR RALEIGH NEWSBUDGET Suicide of a Merchant at Warren Plains. FOUND IN MILL POND Xlio 9f n*tntlon FnkoKxponcd-Cbarem of Hrumlity In 'I real men l of Fcd? Crnl Convlcin Investigated ? Do. pitrtmoiii or Jiiatloo?MnerltT Joiira Account* Hale I or Mule l'lllr Fixed. Raleigh, X. C. May 13.?Capt. W. P. Clements, conductor of the Seaboard Air Line train, which arrived here last afternoon from Portsmouth, brought the Information of a sad suicide by drowning at Warten Plains, Warren county, x. c. The suicide was Mr. Nat Pcrklnson, a merchunt and farmer of huge busi? ness interests at Warren Plains for tnany years. Several months ago he failed in business, and, the matter prey? ing on his mind, he had been very mo? ros.; and discouraged since, so much so that his friends <>r late had bee >mc alarmed at his condition. While no one fully anticipated the rash act when he was missed Thurs? day night and it was asc...

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

PORTSMOUTH LOCAL NEWS AND ADVERTISEMENTS CHRONICLES OF INTEREST Portsmouth, The Beautiful City By the Sea. FOUND HERE AND THERE Tlie I.nte?.t Happening? In tlio Clly Mil It County Presented lu Concise loriti For ?l?o KUIIIcatlnn of Vir? gl!ili?ii?rilr>t ?cntler? Hero mifl Elsewhere ? Goaiip for I'copie Who Desire to Ii rep Po.leO. The Rosebud Society of Park View !M. E. Church will hold its regular meeting this afternoon at 4 o'clock. An interesting feature of the program will be an address by llev. L. T. Williame, Of Trinity M. E. Church. Norfolk. Mr. Charles F. Harper talks real es? tate to you this morning In a straight business-like manner. A small negro boy was run out a house on ?Washington street yesterday morning. He had secreted himself -with the intention, no doubt, of rob? bery. A good eight-room house on London livenue. Park View, is advertised for rent. See advertisement. The travel on the railroads is quite tieavy at this time, both ways. A small colored chi...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 14 May 1899

PORTSMOUTH LOCAL NEWS AND ADVERTISTemeI^TS -. , nr CONTIN?EDj Cor. High and Crawford Sts. This sale lias been going on for the past week and the goods have been moving very rapidly, but we still have BAR- | GAINS for everyone, as we have left a That must be sold at once. We have in connection with our Ready-Made Clothing Department a very extensive Merchant Tailoring Line, con? sisting of over 350 suit patterns. Also about 200 trouser patterns. As we have'nt the time to take the measure and make these goods up ourselves we will sell them by the yard at pr'fces that will astonish you. WORSTED SUITINGS, WORTH $3. $3X0 AND ?4 PER YARD, TO CO AT Si.98 ONE HOT OK ODOS AND ENDS IN SUIT PATTERNS, AHL, TO OO AT 98c per yd, FRENCH BALBRIGGAN UNDER? WEAR. 60c. O RA DE TO GO AT 20c. 25c. GRADE To OO AT 10'ic. j:.c. AND 25c. GRADE TO GO AT anil u<-. CASSIMERE AND CHEVIOT SUIT? INGS, WORTH ?I.T.">. J2.00 AND $2.50 PER YD. REDUCED TO SI.48 per yd, WORSTED TROUSER. PATTERNS, ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 14 May 1899

Review of tii_e_Markets; Shipping News; and Real Estate Busine?? MIEW OF MARKETS FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL StocKs, Hooey, Exchange, Bonds, Grain, Cotton, Provisions, Etc. Now Tork, Mny 13.?Speculation oiK-ned In a highly demoralised condi? tion to-day owing to the announcement of the sudden death of former Govern? or Flower. General news was seam, but many rumors connected with the prop? erties Identities with the late llnancler were circulated. The flood of liquidat? ing orders and bear activity after the tnltinl break carried all ol" (lie Flower specialties down at a terrific rate. The extreme breaks In these properties, no compared with yesterday, were: New York Air Brake, 60 points; Brooklyn Transit. 18%; People's Gas. IS; Inter? national Paper, 14 *-k: Federal Steel. 11%; Rock Island, 4%, and Atchlson preferred, 4. In the general railway list the ex? treme declines ranged In the active Shares up to 4%, in Burlington. In the speculative specialties Am'-ri can Steel dropped Sugar,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 16 May 1899

5"* ?i niiin.ii.iiitiiiMiw.ini'- nimiiiimiMtttiiM 3 WEATHER FORECAST FOn T0-B?Y 3 NORFOLK. AND VICINITY 2 Continued :ool And c.irtly cloudy lo 3cloudy weather; fresh easterly to north" teasterly winds. E PAU ES. T1IHK.K CEXTS POSH COPY. LATEST NEWS OF THE WORLD BY TELEGRAPH AND CABlA^^llsi American Gunboats Received With Heavy Volleys. ACU1NALDO IS DEFIANT in iiSh.up itnl Minn i ?larncomcnLWe liUoTiroHen Agnliinlila Inform* London Jmiln Thnl rillpiiio* Itc r<iH? Aaiorlcmi I'rnco Overtures mill win Con 11 no War For Inila. nnmloueo?OllnKxpecl etl i?i Occupy Zmuboangn?The Sultan oi Snlnlu InlauUsa Manila, May 15.?lu A. M.?Tho "Tin clad gunboats I*aguna de Bay and Cnviidoiigh, and n launch under Cap? tain CS rant, ran l"i" a lies! <>f Insur? gents concealed In the brush and on both sides of the. Icio Grande river, three miles above Calumplt, yesterdaj aflcrnon, and were received with heavy volleys at short range. A sergeant belonging to the Utah battery...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 16 May 1899

THS NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES TWO, THREE AND~FIVE~ LOST. IOST. ? IN 5 AMI 10-CENT STORK, J Main street, Mark pocket-hook con talning $10.0.".. Reward It left at Vlrgln tun-Pilot oflice. _It OST. ? OX S7t AM!?LJ?T?N ? V E~ 1 nue near the cnriKr of Clay, a Gold nilcd Watch, Waltham movement Suit? able reward If returned to J. o. VlClC, 249 Church street. myl4-2t* _WANTED,_ WANTED. ?TO HmtltOW $1.000 FOR live years, at 6 per cent., with which to purchase lot and build bouse, (riving panic as security; will pay interest scml nnnually. Address J. N. e., care Virgin lan-Pltut oriivniyl6-3t? "t OOK \VAn t k d. AIl'l.V 4M kI'.k if mason street. my 10-31* Wantkd. ? i,.\itt;K >1'iimsi:kFi or unfurnished room, with board, nice location for gentleman and wife. Ad? dress giving terms, etc., W. G. M . this oflica. Iliyl''-3t ? o WANTED, YOl'H ATTKNTII IN. ? CSE PERFECTION GASOLINE STOVE TOPS. SAVES ON E-'l i11 It I) FUEL*. Keci** food warm and wMl not burn A long-felt need supplied. J. ...

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