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

?""'iiimriiiiiimu 111111111 ii 11 im 111?iinj IIS Pages 1 i IN TWO PARTS. VOL. II?NO. 89. 3 WEATHER FORECAST FOR TO-DAY ? 3 NORFOLK AND VICliMlTY? \ 1 Rain, warmer: light to fresh east ? 3 to northeast winds- t St7??. T?T?T-fT..TTTT.TTT,TTTTf TTT.TTTTTTTTTTTT TIT TT? NORFOLK, VA., SATURDAY, JANUARY 14, 1889?TWELVE PAGrES. THREE CENTS PER COPY. SENATOR M'LAURIN ON SITUATION He Opposes President's Pol icy on Expansion. CONTRARY TO CONSTITUTION f xporlcitrc of Noulli I'or Flint Tlilrly Ycitra Pre a; ti ant Willi Wlao I.os* anna For ?lnr lluldaneo In tlie Phil? ippines ? Uitlversnl SnirmKe i? .'Ion nine n i it I I'ttllnrc ?'1'licKntinii'? F?rrien RlgnlS?Destiny or Our Fing- Wbnl Colonial Vv-n m 1'ur (eiKla - Anolher Army Iwrestlga lion Hfhtrcrt ? JleUnl For JIIhs Gonlct. (By Telegraph to Vlrtrlntan-Fllot ) Washington, Jan. 13.?Jn the Senate lo-tlay Mr, McLaurln (Democrat, of South Carolina) look strong ground In a carefully prepared Bpeech against ;i policy of expansion by this country....

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

LOST. Reward WILL be paid for THE return of a light grey overcoat, lost or taken by mistake from Monteiloro hall Thursday night, Janunry 12th. ja? cob orockin, 474 Church alrtret. Jal3-3t?_ -r ost. ? a biack and white JLl l?averlck Setter Dog with brown face, rattier large, between two and three years old If found, please return to 87 Charlotte street, city, and receive proper reward. 1ul2-3l WANTED. WANTED. ? FINANCIAL BACKER in established paying business: no cash and not much time required; largo prollta A. B. C. Vlrglnian-l'llot. w ANTED. ? POSITION AS HOOK keeper or salesman, with expe? rience; satisfactory experience furnished. Address P., care Virginian-Pilot. Jai3-3i* UNK DAME BIEN ELEVEB DESIRE place, feninio de clinmbre ou bonne d'enfant: mcUU'tire reference. S'addresser MME. SI., 69 Cumberland street. It* WANTED. ? AN EXPERIENCED lady for lady suit and coat depart? ment; only an exoeriereed person need apply. Address ENTERPRISE, care Vlr elnlan-I'ilot._Jal3-tf WANTED TO R...

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

WEATHER REPORT. Washington, D- C. Jan. 13, 1899. Forecast for Saturday: For Virgrjila?Rain; warmer; fresh to brisk south to southwest winds; fair Sunday. * For North Carolina.? Rain; warmer; fresh ea.st to southeast winds; clearing Sunday. MHT.^OItOLOGICAJi DATA. MaV.'mum t emperature . 47 Minim "m uun,peraturo . 36 Normal tempw-ature . 42 Departure: fro?J normal .plus 0 Departure /roin normal since Jan? uary 1st. .minus 5 Hainfall in past . 2* hours.34 Hainfall since IS t of month .91 Mean humidity . 100 WBu VTH E R. Rain; warmer; light to fresh east to northeast winds. CA1J5 NDAR. Sun rises ;\t 7:18 a. m. and sets at &:12 p. m. TIDP.'S. Norfolk-High watt r, 10:53 a. m. and 11:10 p. m. How watt r, 4:39 a. in. and 5:10 i>. m. _ Monuments *M Gravestone. Tho selection O. f a siiltnhlo memorial In ma rl ?I? or gran? ite can be readll>" made from our stock, for we carry the largest assortment of nalsh .d designs In tho t toutb. THE COUPER MARBL WO vi (K...

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

VIRGINIAN - PILOT. ?BY THE? fTlROUilAN AND PILOT PUD El SUING COMPANY. KORFOLK VIRGINIAN AND DAILY PILOT. (Consolidated March. 1S9S.) _ Entered nt the PoMofflro at Norfolk, *Va>, a? second-class matter. OFFICB: PILOT ?bfiloino. l city hall AVENUE, NOR FOLK. VA._ OFFICERS: a. h. GItANDY, President; m. glen nan. V.I'r? Bldcnt: W. S. Wilkinson, Treasurer; JAMKS e. ai^ LEN. Secretary. ItOAltD OF DIRECTORS: A. IT. Graiidy. M. Olennan. l. D. Starke. Jr.. T. W. Shelton. U W. Shultlce, James E. AJlen. I). F. Donovan. Til KEE CBS I"* I'BR COPT. SFBSCniPTION HATES: Tlie VIRGINIAN-PILOT is delivered to subscribers by carriers in Norfolk nnd vicinity. Hoi isnuiiili, H i kley, Snffclk. West Norfolk, Newport News, for 10 cents per week payable to the earlier. By mall, to nay place in the United 6tate3, postage free: DAILY, one year - K?.tii) >* six miKittha - s.o ?? 111 rev tnonttia - - 1*80 one month - ? ? ??"?o ADVKRTisiNO RATES: Advertise? ments Inserted at the rate of 7....

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

Makes the food more delicious and wholesome ROV?l OAKtNO POW3ER CO.. NZ? YORK. BRAHBLETOH W&RD. Rev. T,. R. Christie will preach the fourth oL" his series on "Social Evils" Sunday morning at 11 o'clock, taking as his subject '"Intemperance." Washington Memorial Council No. 2. Jr. O. U. A. M., installed the newly elected officers last night. Miss Lizzie Williams, of Lake Drum mond, who has been spending several days with Mr. S. T. Hodges, Jr., on Kelly avenue, will return to her home this morning. Mrs. Fred. Bryant Is quite sick with "la grippe" at her residence, on Lovltt avenue. Mrs. Henry Varley, wife of Rev. Henry Varley, the noted evangelist, will address the ladb-s of Park Ave? nue Baptist Church nt l p. m. Sunday. Thi- convention of the Missionary So? cieties of the Norfolk District Confer? ence of the M. 10. Church. South, will hold an ail day session at MclCendree Church next Tuesday, beginning at D:30 .-. in. Mrs. II. IC. Evans, of East Wil loughhy avenue, has r...

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

A POETIC CONGRESSMAN Claims of Sampson and Schley Discussed in Verse. Hin IS'nvnl Personnel Kill In llic House (on? fl In Uio Army mill Riivy - Ki-nr Ailiulrnl Krlilcy Ktilo Klmetl i: lot Co Gcriiiniiy. (Ry Tc'rRraph to Virginian-Pilot) ?Washington. Jan. 13.?The House to? day entered upon the consideration of the naval personnel bill. It developed much less opposition than was antici? pated, and the Indications are that it Will have a large majority when it is pla< ed upon Its passage to-morrow. The last vestige of opposition to the measure from the line oflleers of the navy was removed to-day, when an amendment was adopted designed to prohibit statt ofll :ers upon whom the bill confeta positive rank from exer? cising command save in their own corps. The committee also asserted their purpose to offer an amendment to-morrow to repeal the law giving prize money to the navy, and this an? nouncement met with warm approval. EULOGY OF SCHLEY. The speeches on the bill to-day wer...

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

RICHMOND NEWS AND GOSSIP Gr;at Increase in Virginia Real Estate Values. BOTH IN CITY AND COUNTRY Ncilona Fire ns Kcmilt of Croiioil Kloclrtc Wires- Much I'roprrly Goc* V|i In Kinoko ?A Mnritcrrr I*l?n<1n I 'll" I'nrdon on I in OrouiMl or ill lleullh-Cnpltnl (lij Molen of Inlcrccl. (Special to Virginian-Pilot.) llichmoncl, Va., Jan. 13.?It will bo a surprise to many, probably a majority, of Virginians to know that (luting the year ISPS there was an Increase in real estate values in the State aggregating nearly }:!,000,000. This statement was made at the Au? ditor's office to-day, and at first seem? ed hardly credible. Figures were at once shown, however, clearly substan? tiating the assertion. There lias been so much talk of the depreciation In land values in Virginia, and the assertion was so frequently made during the session of the last General Assembly that the Income from real estate taxation would be greatly decreased when the lands were re-assessed next year, that i...

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

THE OLD DOMINION Brief Items of Interest Picked Up Here and There. Receipts from the State penitentiary for t'he llrst quarter of the fiscal year Just passed show an Increase of $1,442.83 over those of the corresponding period Of the last llscal year. The State had at the beginning of this month 1,62V convicts In the penitentiary, on the State farm and employed on the public works. E. II. Hawkins, one of the best known residents of Alexandria, died Thursday night. The deceased had long been u sufferer of Bright's disease. "William Watts Camp, Confederate Veterans, of Roanoke, at the regular monthly meeting Tuesday night, unan? imously rejected Senator Butler's idea of pensioning Confederate soldiers by the endorsement of the resolutions re? cently adopted by the Stonewall Camp of Statftiton. Senator John W. Daniel, his wife and their son, Edwnrd Daniel, returned to Lynchburg Thursday from Cuba, where they have been for the past two or three weeks. Mr. T. R. Harvey, a fireman on the ...

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

NORTH CAROLINA NEWS BUDGET Legislators Favor the Louis iana Election Law. SENATOR PRITCHARD'S VIEWS iSiij-m tlio l.ixw In VneonVlltutlonal mi'i That ir Eunetsd Jiere no win Test Ii In I tie ?:onr?s "Huck" Kllcbcu fur Rnllrond ?"?iiiiiitlHHloiior - Nlnlo I'ciiiicniiary Halters ? U?eleM jLuuii Routed. (Special to Vlrglnlnn-Pilot.) Raleigh, N. C, Jan. 13.?There is deep Interest in the views of members of the Legislature as to the new election ?law anil fxanoWtoe amendment to the Constitution. There will be no consti? tutional convention?that may be as? sorted quite positively. As to the j Louisiana law, it in liked because of Its entire frankness. It simply ex? cludes the negro. That is all there is in it. The only question is, is that law constitutional? Senator Justice, chair? man of the Judiciary Committee, said to-day that while It might be years before the constitutionality of the Louisiana law is tested in the courts, an immediate test w ill be made as to North Carolina; that Sen...

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

PORTSMOUTH LOCAL NEWS AND ADVERTISEMENTS PORTSMOUTH AND NORFOLK COUNTY What Vir?inian-Pilot Rep? resentatives Hear Daily. BRIEF ITEMS OF INTEREST 2 lie Slovcmciiis or I'co|tto la WIioi'i Ibo ATomgjo ICondcr In Inlor rMrll HuiiprnlllL-1 111 I.CgOl ?BltS Inenw, Itcllgt-oiia niirl Nodal Clr? ?lc?? A 1'orccust or Fa In re Cvents. A negro woman was committed to the coumy jail yesterday by Justice Kut? ter for being on the streets dressed In tx rather scant mannet*. Patrick Hamilton, one of Uncle Bum's blue coats, was arrested by Mayor Balrd himself for using indecent lan? guage on the streets, lie was lined ?1U and costs. The case of Hartley Clegg, charged with shouting it man in a. barroom on Hie suburbs, about three months ago, ?will be heard on Monday In the Coun? ty Court. There wns a heavy fog yesterday, which impeded navigation. The negro, Hella Wllklns, who wns arrested for stealing :i silk dress from M. Solomnn, was given thirty days In jail yesterday in the Police Court. The gas...

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

PORTSMOUTH ADVERTISEMENTS. Continued. Office Supplies of Every Description. A FIRST-CLASS LETTER FILE FOR 25 CENTS. iVIVlJUSl^aSOIV ?S3 TIIOMI'SON. 224 HIGH STREET. Just received a new stock of WALL PAPER. The Only Pebble On the Beach. wo don't claim our coal to bo: there may be others, but you will never lind any coal tint will give you more genuine sat Is fact on for cooking or beating than our high grade well-screened coal. You can't beat it, and you won't want to try When you have cn.-o tested It. it is the best coal on the market to-day. joseph I phrrer. WHOLESALE OKOCKi; and DEALER IN coal. FEED and ICE. Crawford. Columbia and Water streets. $3. ?df?^Qii ti?3 m m?A-- SP> MM ? WM* 8 lutH^ A Case of Grippe Cart's Ar.tl-firliun' Pills cure all raws of Grippe, far superior to any quinine compound on the market. When you are foverfsh, have told in bead, headaches, pains In back and chest, ttchlnj] In limbs and Joints, you need Can's Antl-Grlppc. Pills. 26c. box. They are...

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

REVIEW OF MARKETS FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL _ t Stocks, Honey, Exchange, Bonds, Grain, Cotton, Provisions, Etc. New York, Jan. 13.?Stocks again made further progress upward to-day, and In some cases the advances were considerable Transactions In stocks were over a million, making the third million share day this week, while on the other two days trailing was but little ?bort of the million share mark. Transactions so far this week have ex? ceeded ?those of any similar period in the exchange's history. London in the early trading was it purchaser, but subsequently the preponderance of the arbitrage dealings waa sales. There wairf an hour's delay In transmission Of C?bleis, and this largely restricted the foreign transactions. Commission houses and traders were both pur? chasers in the general list. Interest frequently lluctlialed from one stock to another, and when any stuck started upward a following continued the rise. The reduction In the floating supply In the prime dividend payin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 15 January 1899

54illt lilllliliiiiiii.iiiiiiiiiminiii n;i mil* IN TWO PARTS. ifTTTTTTTTTTTITTTTTTTT? TTTT VOL. H. ISO. 90. WEATHER FORECAST FOR TO-DAY | I NORFOLK AND VICINITY? ? 1 Fair and colder Sunday) fctlsfc | I southwest winds, becoming northwest p 3 and increasing- _ _ P XOHFOLK, YA., SUNDAY, .JAN I WHY 15, 1$99. SIXTEEN 1'ACrES. 'PRICE THREE CENTS. THE EASTERN SITUATION News From General Otis In? dicates Improvement. DEPARTMENT ENCOURAGED No Mutiny or American Troop*- ?Jen. .1-1.1 Miller linn Not WtthilrnWu Conciliatory Attitude Kot Almn douc<t-Oeriiiiiny Atnln Toll* V? ol Her Friendship'.? Relation* itc? tween Ibe Countries II anheulen?. (Ry Telegraph to VIrglnlah-Pllot.) Washington, Jan. 14.?The War De? partment officials wore very much en? couraged to-day up?n the receipt ?C news from General fills at Manila, that Indicated a distinct Improvement In the Situation there. Tho General's 01^ patch completely negatives the absurd story from Madrid that the American troops at -Mani...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 15 January 1899

WANTED. WJUCTBO, ? luADY BOOKKiai'Kll and accountant tyi.cwriu-r pre Iferred. Apply at OA RLE PIANO 1. a. BSto. 62 Bank street, city. .-,\?NTED. ? POSITION AS HOOK W keeper or salesmnn-, with expo frlPnce; satisfactory reference furnished. fo.ddtvs3 P., caro Virg'.irlan-Pllot. JaH-R* ?ANTJ3D ?EXPERIENCED HOUSE ?Irl. Apply 93 Smith street. It T ADHCS ?ND GENTI.EM BN AS A* correspondents for a New York Mag? azine, also to take photographs for illus? trating. Govd camera supplied free; good bay; experience unnecessary; send ad? dressed envelope for terms. CULUMAI, (MAOAZINE, 1W Park Kow, N. Y. It WANTED. ? A WELL FURNISH EI > room, by three gentlemen: within short distance of postofflce; reasonable Herrn?. Address F. S. O., Virginian-Pilot tofllce._J<* WANTED. ?PARTY TO ACT treasurer -with burlcfiuuo company; JfrS.OO security required; experience, un? necessary. Call Monday between 10 a. ?n. and 4 p. m. at 416H East Main street. VG-. A. DANSON. Manager._lt_ oimo m...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 15 January 1899

WEATHER REPORT. Washington, Jan. 14.?Weather fore- I cast for Sunday: Virginia Pair till Tuesday; colder, brl6k to high northwesterly windB, di? minishing. North Carolina?Pair; colder; frcshl westerly winds, diminishing. M ETEOR?LOGICAL DATA. Maximum temperature . 60 Minimum temperuturo . 4t Normal temperature . 40 Departure front normal .plus 11 Departure sine.? Jan. 1st.plus ti Rainfall In past 24 hours.93 Rainfall since 1st of month.l.St Mean humidity . su j WEATHER. Fair and colder Sunday: brisk south? west winds, becoming northwest and] Increasing. CA LF.NDAR. Sun rises at 7:17 a. m. and sctg at 5:13 p. m. , ? TIDES. Norfolk?High water at 11:42 a. m. nnd iL' p. m. Low wa.ter at 5:33 a. m. and 5:57 p. m._ Monuments and Gravestone. The sHertlnn of a suitable memorial in marble er grail Me can be readily made from our stock, for we carry llio largest assortment of lln'.th id designs in the South. THE COUPEfl MARBLE WORKS (K?lHbll?liell r.o Veins.) mo-io:t ituu . st. n.ii-ioik. vn....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 15 January 1899

VIRGINIAN - PILOT. ?BY THE? {Yl HQ INI AX AND PILOT PUBLISHING COMPANY._ mm VIRGINIAN AND DAILY PILOT. _(Consolidated March, IK'S.)_ Entered nt the rostofflco at Norfolk, Vn.. as second-class matter. OFFICE: PITX5T RCCPING, CITY HALL AVENUE. NORFOLK. VA. OFFICERS: A. II. QRANDY, President; T.I. GLKNNAN, VlceiPresldent: \V. S. WILKINSON. Treasurer; JAMES E. AI^ LBN. Strcretary, HOARD OK DIRECTORS: A. TI. Orondy. M. Qlennan. L. D. Starke, Jr.. T. W. Shclton. R. \Y. Shulllce, Jamea J-:. Allen, D. F. Donovan. _ three ???:> rs riiBCOI'Y. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: The VIRGINIAN-PILOT Is delivered to subscribers by earners in Norfolk nnd vicinity. Portsmouth, Berkley, Surrolk. West Norfolk. Newport News, for 1?) cents prr week, payable to tho carrier. By mail, to any placo la tho L'tiilcd Btatcs, postago free: KAlLt, oue year - ?5.00 ?* ill iiiotitti? - a.o ?? iiirr.. months - - l?so M onouiontlt ? * ? ?*?0 ADVERTISING RATES: Advertise? ments inserted at the rate of 7."> ce...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 15 January 1899

Information Gleaned From the Southern Argus, Or nonilny, October Slit. lS40--Ilnnk? littr Iiioilitiliuun-Ciintoiit Motive Hosier ? Bdncatloaal ?Tb? nine* fnilril to A tit nil a Meeting. The Vlrglnlan.X-ilot has been favored by Mr. Edwavd Blanks, of Eastvillc, formerly a resident of this city, with a copy of. The Southern Argus, of Mon? day, October 8, 1840, published by S. T. lawyer. The olUce of publication was on Newton's wharf, next door to the Btore of Messrs. Charles and George Bold. This number (232) of volume 2, of the Argus, is pretty well crowded with ad? vertisements, which show tint n buir century ago there were merchants and business men of Norfolk who under? stood and appreciated the value or printers' ink. and employed it liberally In making their respective bu llness en? terprises known to the outnuie world. The price to transients was, for one t'liuare. llrst Insertion, DO cents; for each Insertion after the llrst, 25 cc its. BAN KING INSTITUTIONS. The advertising co...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 15 January 1899

MILLER, RHOADS & CO., NORFOLK'S BUSY STORE, OPEN UNTIL 6 O'CLOCK. MILLER, RHOADS & CO., NORFOLK'S BUSY'STORE, OPEN UNTIL 6 O'CLOCK. ANNUAL CLEARING of Portiers; in Tapistry Chenille, $3.50 grade $2.S9, $3.50 grade $2.49, $4.50 grade $2.8<>, $5.00 grade $3.98, $5 00 grade Chenille $2.39, $t2.50 grade $9.49; odd Lace Curtains, $1.00 grade 69c, $1.25 grade 89c, $3 50 grade $1.39. $5.00 grade $2- 50. ANNUAL CLEARING of Ostrich Feather Boas in Corn Pink, White and Cream, $5.00 grade $1.89; Black only, $5.25 grade $2.49; Black and Gray, $9.50 grade $3.49; While and Gray, $12.00 grade $4.19. Only a few of them left, come early. OUR ANNUAL JANUARY SALE OF LINENS AND MUSLIN UNDERWEAR! LINENS_^n Enormous stock of choice, beautiful artistic designs at extremely low prices (a very important point) these arc the chief factors in our Annual Linen Sale. Such unequalled selling tells the story best?its an offering unique. Far-sighted buyers? hotel keepe...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 15 January 1899

WATT. RETTEW & CLAY. WATT. RETTEW & CLAY. Store Closes Promptly at 6 P. ri.; Saturdays, iO. watt. rf.ttf.w & clay. WATT. RETTEW A CI?AT. s Greatest Sale of erwear! We Have Six Separate Lots At Ridiculously Little Prices! 10 Genfov _ _Think of being ab!e to huy well-made fulFsize garments for 10 Cents. Lot 2 5uch"a'money saving opportunity our people hove never seen. Lot 3 25 Cents. This is an event that we've been planning for many months. Its an event that deeply concerns every woman here? abouts. There are thousands of garments ready for vou now, and thousands more are to come later. These garments were made in country factories where high-class and cleanly labor works under advantageous condi? tions of air and light and sanitation. There"are no sweat-shop horrors stitched into these garments. Content and comfort show in the making of everv piece. We placed very large" orders with the manufacturers early last fall?gave plenty of time that the wo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 15 January 1899

A Great Dress Goods Event A Great Siik Event A Great White Goods Event A Great Embroidery Event 6^c 5c 4c 3c A Great Shirt Event ! Lot No. 1?19c. Dress Goods Event, 6/sc. 30 now pieces, the boat of 200 pieces on Kali- Monday, they are double width stuffs, eneh yard would luring lil&c; but to lead the town wo pi 1-? t.i m til'-' yd. 69c, a yd. Beautiful Satin Paced Boleil DuchCSSC. in Inch wide. Se this and y< u will appreciate (ho bargain, ^.11 colors, worth $1.25 a yd. COo will uivo you choice of to pieces of Twilled BiicR French Broadcloth: price was to td.? . 69c. Ptire Camel's Hair Pniilr.r-. tiu dollar kind, marked down to 5'Jc, :??<?. n yd. An immense lot ol Bi autlftii Fancy Dr< ss Stuff, all 40 t > 41 in. h wide, eomo nil weal, some tf'lk and w ?l, all fine material. Yon will do yourself aii Injustice If you buy a yard of Dress Good* before seeing our si k 29c Any of our 60c. Novelty Dress Goods. This i? about '?? the r...

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