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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 10 June 1899

PORTSMOUTH ADVERTISEMENTS CONTINUED?TELEGRAPH CONTINUED FROM SIXTH PAGE. , ??______ 3* m B f Go-Carts, Stoves, Desks, Couches, Tables. $ I 3* 1 The ladies who have seen out superb line of Furniture, ^ Desks, Couches, Parlor Suits, GoUien Oak Bed Room Suits, ? Lace Curtains and Carpets, all come to one conclusion. "THIS IS THE ONLY PLACE" To buy such articles at economical prices. This same opinion ^ holds good in relation to our fine line of REFRIGERATORS AND BRBY CARRIAGES. We have the best assortment in town and ;,re proud to show them. ITS HIGH TIME To put in Screens and get your new both here to good advantage. Bicycle. You can buy ? f CONSIDERABLE MONEY has been made at Pinner's Point within the last three years, and now that MONEY PANICS and vVARS are ended these profits will be more than doubled within the next Ivo years. 1! you have money toinvest PINNER'S POINT is the' place to put it, either from a speculative view or interest bearing basis. We began when Pinner's Point be...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 10 June 1899

Review of the Markets; Shipping News; and Real Estate Business REVIEW OF MARKETS FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL Stocks, Money, Exchange, Bonds, Grain, Cotton, Provisions, Etc. New York, Juno 9.?Late this after? noon occurred one of those slaughters of the Innocents around the Sugar post on the lloor of the Stock Exchange which have come to be looked for as a periodical Incident In the history of the Exchange. For weeks there have Been direful predictions that ihe end of the Sugar Company as a dominating factor In the refining Industry was at hand; tbat the fight of Its lire was on its hands; that the suspension of dividends was Imminent to carry on the war, and all sorts of disastrous predictions. Gen? tlemen supposed to be versed in the Inside affairs of the company have either been silent with an expression of sadness, or have freely admitted their conviction of the truth of the worst that could be said. Many persons, at? tracted by the prevailing high level of Sugar, considering these ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 11 June 1899

1 & Pages IN TWO PARTS. %tm VOL. III. NO. ?2. NORFOLK, VA., SUNDAY, JUNE 11, 1SJ)9. SIXTEEN PA Cr ES. THREE CENTS PER COPY. LATEST NEWS OF THE WORLD BY TELEGRAPH AND CABLE {^"ot LAWTON DRIVES FILIPINOS BACK Hundreds of Americans Prostrated by Overpowering Heat. MANY SOLDIERS KILLED Country Between Ili?y of Mnnlln ami ftity I,ike Son (Ii of City 4'lrnrcil of Ftliptiios-Otir J.osa Two (Itticcra Milled mul Twenty Noltller? Wounded ? Filipino? ite?wt Dpm tnsruiely itu<1 Nnetnln Ilenvy Loss (By Telegraph to Virglnian-Pllot.) Manila, Juno 10.?4:no p. m.?At day? break to-day a force of 4,500 men under Generals Lawtnn, Wheat on and Over shlno advanced from San Pedro Ma catl, sweeping the country between the Bay of Manila and Hay Lake south of! Manila, Uy noon the country bad) been cleared almost to Parauaque. HEAVY LOSSES. The Americans lost two officers kill-] cd and twenty-one soldiers wounded. Tho rebe ls resisted desperately at tho | Btronger of their position und...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 11 June 1899

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES TWO, THREE, AND FIVE. WANTED. WANTED?PURCHASER FOR MOD 01 n Prime House, Duke sii' et ex? tended, seven rooms and bath, all modorn conveniences; cheap. Addiuss, OWN Kit, box ?7. lt? WANTED?BY A Y??NO LADY OF experience, a position as Stenog? rapher and Typewriter, or Assistant Bookkeeper; best of references can be riven. Address, "EARNEST WORKER," care this office. It ANTED. ? A MAN WITH SM A LL cap.tal to Invest In a good bus uess; will bear Investigation; business estab? lished seven years. Address B. D. C, cure Vlrginiau-Pilot, jelO-?t? " 7"ANTED.? BY' AN EXI'ERIENCED ' young lady a position u.s stenog? rapher, bookkeei>er or cashier. Moderate Salary. Address CASHIER, this oflico Jel0-3t?_ WJ ANTED.?TO BUY A RaY?hTii\> TO TT 120 feet long, 24 to 30 feet beam and double drum hoist.ng engine1, second band. Apply to D. W. KAPER & CO.. Eden ton, N. C._Jea-St' f 1 GUTERS WANTED. - WE CAN J J uso several lighters at once, s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 11 June 1899

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES TWO, THREE AND FIYR WEATHER REPORT. Washington. D. C. Juno 10. 1S90. Forecast for Sunday to 8 p. nv For Virginia? Fuir Sunday and Mon? day, preceded by Bhowers In extreme southeast portion; light northerly winds. For North Carolina?Showers Sunday morning; probably clearing during the day: fair Monday; cooler In southwest portion; variable winds. Norfolk nuii Tlelitlfr. .WEATHER, FORECAST FOR TO? DAY. Fair and slightly cooler; light north winds. . TEMPERATTTRE. RAINFALL. AND HUMIDITY. Juno 10, ISOa. Maximum temperature . -s" Minimum temperature . os Normal temperature . 74 ?Departure from normal .plus 4 Departure since Jan. 1st ....minus 13 Ralnfull In past 24 bourn .2.49 Rainfall since 1st of month .4.93 Mean humidity .. Ul calendar. Sun rises at 4:44 a. in. nnd sets at T:25 p. m. TIDES. Norfolk?High water, 11:ft a. m. and 11:31 p. m. Low water, 6:15 a. m. and E:15 m. Old Point?High water, 11:0C a- m. nnd 11:10 :?. m. Low water, 4:54 a. m< and...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 11 June 1899

VIRGINIAN - PILOT. ?BT TUE? .VIRGINIAN AND PILOT PUBLISHING COMP ANT. iOBfOLK VIRGINIAN AND DAILY PILOT. (Consolidated March. U9S.) Enured at in* Postoffice at Norfolk, {Va., a* second-class matter. OFFICE: PILOT BUILDING. CITY HALL. AVENUE. norfolk. va._ OFFICERS: A. H. Grandy. President; W. 8. Wilk? inson, Treasurer; James E. Allen. Sec? retary. BOARD OF DIRECTORS: A. H. Grandy. L. D. Starke, Jr.. T. W. Shelton, R. W. Shultlce. W. S. Wilkinson. James E. Allen, D. F. Donovan. THREK CKHTS l*KR COI'T. " 1 subscription rates: The VIRGINIAN-PILOT Is dcllveroa to. aubscrlbers by carrier? In Norfolk and Vicinity. Portsmouth. Berkley. BulTulli. Wast Norfelk. Newport News, for 10 cents per week, payuble to Hie carrlor ?T matl. to any place la tha bnlied States, postage free: DAILT, out ffar - - - 95.00 ?' elznioiilbs ... 3.00 " Ibras moii Us* . . l.ao ** our luontrt . ? ? .no ADVERTISING RATES: Advertlsc Bionts Inserted at the rale of I'o cents a Square. Aral insertion; each subsequent Jus...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 11 June 1899

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES TWO, THREE AND FIVE. Makes the food more delicious and wholesome *ov?i BAKMapQwoc* <"\ . nsv? TOP?. COURT DECISIONS. Notes of Cases Recently Decided, Which are of Interest to Our People. DIGESTED BY W- B- MARTIN. (Exclusively for Vlrglnlan-Pllot.) GO WELL. V. GREENSBORO WATER S. CO. Supremo Court of North Carolina, April 4, 1899. WHERE A WATER COMPANY CON? TRACTS WITH A CITY TO FUR? NISH AN ADEQUATE SUPPLY OF WATER FOR PROTECTION AGAINST FIRE, A TAXPAYER WHOSE PROPERTY IS DESTROY? ED BY FIRE BY REASON OF THE FAILURE OF THE COMPANY TO SUPPLY SUFFICIENT WATER MAY SUE, IN HIS OWN NAME, THE COMPANY FOR DAMAGES. IN SUCH CASE THE DAMAGE SUS? TAINED IS THE 1' ROXI MATE CONSEQUENCE OF THE BREACH OF SAID CONTRACT. This was an action against the de? fendant water company by a taxpayer of the city of Greensboro for damages sustained by tue?destruction of his property 'by Are, which loss resulted from the failure of the water company to supply sufficient ...

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

A WEEK IN SOCIETY A Tug Party Visits Old Point Comfort. Dunce nt JIt\?ot?to 1 <? tuple - Jlnrrlnjc Announcements - Nnmerons IlO Ur.:, : Inl Kutt-rlnllt'iM-iilH Culllllb ?toto KIlTrn tltp Wcetl. The cbmmericrmorits have monopolized the time of the old.ns well as the younc people, during these first days of Sum mcr. All are anxious to behold the "sweet girl graduate," as she graceful? ly steps forth upon the stage to re? ceive her diploma. Happy school days ?the spring lime of life?have almost ended and irUaome duties arc over. Adorned in a gown ot' white, pure like unto herself, and surrounded by the flowers w hich arc heaped upon her, this1 maiden, rends from her valedictory, Which after the la'oor it has cost, she row holds in her hand with due pride and delight the farewell to her school? mates and companions, who have, with her. reached this proud moment of their lives, and after the patient and cease? less toil, how stand triumphantly crowned with wreaths of laurels, ...

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

WATT. RETTEW & CUAT. WATT. RETTEW tt CLAY Store Closes Promptly at 6 P. fl.; Saturdays, 10. right from the best ventilated and most healthfully located factory in Pennsylvania. These garments come to us at far less than regular prices in lieu of ready cash at a critical moment. We helped the makers and we snail help f Ott, ' . We place this g\ga tic purchase rn sale at a full third Jess than same qualities were ever sold. The garments are made of standard cottons and cambrics, beautifully trimmed with lace, embroidery and fine tucks. They were made after accurate measurements, cut full in every way, and fit perfectly?a 36 is a true 36, a 40 a true AO. A gieai portion of our second floor has been given over to the selling. The room is large and airy. Electric fans keep the temperature just right, and selections can be made with comfort. As an instance of what you can expect, we point to a gown that is made of best cambric, the equal of which has never sold for less than S...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 11 June 1899

LATEST TELEGRAPH NEWS, CONTINUED FROM FIRST PAGE THE WORLD OF SPORT HOW THE CLUBS Won. Brooklyn .36 Boston .31 et. Louis .27 Baltimore .20 Philadelphia .20 Chicago .27 Cincinnati .21 New York .21 Fittsburg .18 Washington.17 Louisville.14 Clevevland . 8 PITTSBURG. 6?5; LOUISVILLE. 1?4. Plttsburg. Pa,. June 10.?Fittsburg captured two games from Louisville tp-day. The first was easy, Tannehill keeping the hits scattered and the ej-rors were not costly. In the second, Ljever braced ut> after the second and had good support. Phillipi was rather puzzling, b?t the locals got their hits when needed. Attendance, 4,000. FIRST GAME. Score by innings: R.H.E. rittsburg .. ..0 2010003 x? 0 14 6 Louisville .. ..0 1000000 0? 1 6 1 Bateries: Tannehill and Schrivcr: Woods and Klmmer. Umpires?Klt trcdge and Gardner. Time?1:50. SECOND GAME. Score by innings? R.H.E. Pittsburg .. ..1 0 1 0 0 1 2 0 x? 5 7 2 Louisville .. ..3 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0? 4 12 4 Batteries: Lcever and Bowcrmnn; Philipp! and K...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 11 June 1899

A MONSTROUS TRUST. SCHEME TO BUY UP ALL THE| BREWERIES. (By Telegraph to Virginian-Pilot.) Indianapolis, June 10.?The Sentinel | to-morrow will say: "The trust mania has reached the breweries and it may be said that a scheme Is on foot to form a trust with $1,000,000,000 capital and buy up all the hrewerlcs in the country. "it Is said that the scheme, which Is at present only in Hb inception, re? ceived Impetus at the national conven? tion of brewers at Detroit, when planB ?Were discussed secretly. "It is said that several big Indiana capitalists are lending their support to the gigantic program, among them Crawford Fairbanks, the brewer of ' Terre Haute. Mr. Fairbanks was seen at the Denlson House to-day. Ho was somewhat evasive and said that six months ago he bad heard of such a movement, but not recently. He said that no option had been secured on his brewery. He finally denied that he bad knowledge of a projected trust. "Joseph C. Shaf, president of the 'American Brewing Company...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 11 June 1899

NEWS FROM RICHMOND AND OTHER PARTS OF VIRGINIA. RICHMOND NEWS AND_GOSSIP Executive Committee Polled as to Senatorial Convention WANT JONES TO RUN ?enniortnl 'Reform i.fucn? lo Hcrt aad Hr. Jone?* Friend* ?' i n Urge Ulm to Milk* tba> Itnoo Acaluo Senator llr.nm Mhut Cnnclldnlrn For Kerprr of the nail* of in. Ilome of llclecnics. (Special to Vlrglnlan-PIlot.) Richmond, Vu,, June 10.?A poll made by the Dispatch of the members of the Democratic State Central Committee ?with a view to learning their position on the proposition to nominate a can? didate for the United States Senate by & State convention, which proposition Is to be submitted to the committee at a meeting at the Jefferson Monday night, reveals the fact that an over? whelming majority is opposed to any reform of the character suggested. XTrom replies received by telegraph auid from opinions expressed within the post month or two it appears that the vote in tho committee, unless there be a. very radica...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 11 June 1899

THE NEWS FROM VIRGINIA CONTINUED FROM PAGE TEN EPISCOPAL COUNCIL ?ishqp Randolph Delivers an Elo , quent Address? be Preacbers ?re Poorly Paid? Mlionirt Hbtu More, Even at tbo it Jxiiohb? of Forelgu Mlsslons j^oe q??ext lUoetluc. ,I^Xf.. flOanvllle, Va., June 0.?The members I it the seventh anual Cuuncll of the Pro? testant Episcopal Church In the diocese ?f Southern Virginia, found the second day of the session much less oppressive than the first day. Many of tbo del? egates are seriously considering the Question oe changing the date of the meeting of tb* Council to tho fall or ?winter. It to not only possible*, but probable, such a, change will be token. Divine services were conducted this morning by Uev. J. J. Lloyd, of Lynch burg, assisted by Rev. A. S. Lloyd, of Norfolk. BISHOP RANDOLPH'S REPORT. At 10:30 Bishop Randolph called the Council to order and read his annual report. The Bishop reports all visita? tions accomplished, although on ac? count of harsh weather In February a...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 11 June 1899

THE NEWS FROM THE OLD NORTH STATeT?Nd'TTS CAPITAL OUR RALEIGH NEWSLETTER The R. P. and G. and S- A. L. Railroad Connected. WORK AT RIDCEWAY Contractors Pathina; Operation* nt Both End* of (he New Mno? F.roc? ? Ion of H?rldlnu Posts nt Connly Santa?State Bsuker'i Aitocintlon Eleeta Offlcert-Deatu or Sir, D. W Jones. Raleigh, N". C? June 10.?The Rich? mond, Petersburg and Carolina rail? road, -which Is now In course of con? struction, has been connected with the Seaboard Air Line at Ridgeway. The 6witch connections were put in thhs week, and cars have already pass? ed over the Raleigh and Gaston track to thaA of the new Toad, which prom? ises to be ono of the Seaboard's most important links, when completed. The contractors are working -with great energy both from Ridgeway and Petersburg. The laying of track has already begun. By December through trains will be running over the con? nection at Ridgeway as far north as New York, and as far south as Jack? sonville, Fla. ERECTING MERIDIAN...

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

THEV HAVE T^ZaDE THO OF A household word for economy. Here they always find unequalled money-saving opportunities* They come again; they send their friends. It needs powder to shoot the gun; it is more than talk that always crowds this very popular store to the doors. It will be as it always has been, rd Rush of Prices that will of Trade Our Way enoous fjow le the" w And makes this store even greater, better, healthier than ever before. Never have we been in a position to offer you such wonderful bargains in CLOTHING. Mighty Values, Persuasive Prices. Opportunities seldom seen and Never Forgotten. Here are prices that win. ?00 pairs Boys' Knee Pants, no trash but groat values, per pair. 1000 pairs A\en's Strong Working- Pauls, astonishing at the wonderful low price. 7C0 pairs Men's Better Working Pauls, double sewed and tape seamed.,. 400 pairs Men's Wool Pants, a range of styles to select from, these are w onders at. 300 pairs Men's Fine All Wool Business Pants, made to retail at 4...

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

PORTSMOUTH LOCAL NEWS AND ADVERTISEMENTS A Compilation of Miscellaneous News Matter in Condensed Form, FRESH CLEAN AND DRIGHT A I)"M j Directory or the Happening' of a I>ay Uriel ly Told, Thoticli Km >ll .\diic iU?- l.rs* Inicri iiliitt nail Iiuportnut-Iiirorinretlon tor Those WI11? .Nrctt l<? Know mill Uli? Aci-miuimI 1%'bnt IsGotugon Among "??be People. The Calvary Baptist Sunday ochool will hold their animal excursion to Buckroe Beach on Thursday, June 15th. Mr. George L. Neville. Jr.. Bon of Mr. George L. Neville, of tills city, grad? uated with honor? at Randolph-Macon Coilege. He took the degree of M. A. His rrtende here are much pleased at 1i!b success. Mrs. Washington Reed, accompanied by Dr. Charles T. Parrlsh, is In Bos? ton In attendance al the bedside of her t?on. Mr. James Reed, who is reported to ho ill with erysipelas. The Rosebud Society of the Park View Method tot Church will have Its regular monthly meeting at 4:30 o'clock this afte...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 11 June 1899

PO RTSMQUTHTTOV ? RTI SFmpttTQ ?conti Ni/prr1 & STARTLING SELLING AT X inner s rottii ?Dal ?l s We intend to make the selling here to-morrow of greater importance than ever before. Prices have been lowered to bed-rock. They're values you can't afford to let pass unnoticed. It will be to your advantage to read carefully every item in the list below. Your ni< ney promptly returned should you be dissatisfied with your purchase. Men's S10 Suits, $6.48 Men's All-Wool Suits, In syllsh Chev? iot und Caastmere effects?splendidly madu und finished. Sold usually at SlO for J0.4S. 15c. Men's Hose, TAc. Men's Black and Tan Half-Hose, strictly fast colors. Tthe 15c. kind for 7fcc Boys' $5 Suits, $2.98 Hoys' fine All-Wool Suits, rioty of nohhy and drossy worth J5.00, for J2.t)S. 23c. Silk Ties, TAo. Men's Slllc Tics. In the newest stripe, check and dot effects. 25c. value for S'Ac Men's 39c. Shirts, 25c. Men's soft front Negligee Shirts.with collar attached. The 33e. kind w...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 11 June 1899

PORTSMOUTH LOCAL CONTINUED?BERKLEY NEWS ?ND ADS, REVIEW~DrTlRKE^ TIDEWATER'S MEMORIAL SER? VICE. It Will Take Place To-night at Cen? tral M. E. Church. To-night at Central M. E. Church Tidewater Lodge, No. 66, I. O. O. F., ot this city, will observe Its memorial In honor of its dead by attending divine cervices. The Rev. R. P. Beadles will preach a sermon appropriate to the oc? casion, and the following program will fco tho ORDER OP EXERCISES. 1. Voluntary. 2. Opening Ode?Tune Greenville? "Brethren of our friendly Order. Honor here asserts her sway." 8. Prayer. 4. Hymn No. 473? "Nearer, my God, to thee? r Nearer to thee! , 6. Offertory. ,6. Announcements. 7. Sermon. 8. Prayer. >. Closing Ode?Tune America? ^Brothers, we thank you all, ^tJtor this your friendly call, if Our hearts to cheer; * May peace her lnlluence shed. And heaven Its wings outspread, To guard each brother's head From pain and fear. Good night! and, as you go. Roar hence and fully show. Stamped on your br...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 13 June 1899

LATEST NEWS OF THE WORLD BY TELEGRAPH AND CABLE {C?TGEC0OON FREE SILVER THE ISSUE Members of National Democratic Committee Interviewed, THE CAMPAIGN OF 1900 Only One Declare* In FRTor of Drop plus; Free Kilver?Trusts? luipori nlUni null MllllnrUnj Will Also lie Rallying; ?.:rIe?-Mr. oioy, or Vlr Etuln, Sitys Be-nlUrma(loii or Chi? cdko l'uufuriu Is n t ertnluly. (By Telegraph to Vlrglnlan-Pilot.) Chicago, 111., Juno 12.?The Times Herald has been asking members of the National Democratic Committee v.hat should be their party's battle cry In 1900?whether "free silver" or "down with the trusts" or both. The answers of those that have been received are published in the Times-Herald to-day, as follows: "While only ono of the renllos of" these Democratic leaders, the represen? tative for Maine, the home Stute of ?fr. Bryan's running mate In 1S06, says 'drop free silver,' they are nil but un? animous In giving the trust question a prominence it has never had in the platform of their own or...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 13 June 1899

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES TWO, THREE, AND FIVE. WANTED. w WANTED. ? A MAN WITH SMALL capital to invest in a good business; -rill bear Investigation; business estab? lished seven years. Address B. D. C, core VlrglnJnJi-Pllot._jel0-3t? WANTED. ? AN EDISON MIMEO grsph; state condition and- price. Address "P.." Box 13. City._Jel3-3t? WANTED. ? BY A YOUNQ MAN, about 17 years of age, position in office or store; experience in shoe busi? ness. Address SITUATION, care of this office. _lt? WANTED.? BY AN EXPERIENCED young lady & position as stenog? rapher, bookkeeper or cashier. Moderate salary. Address CASHIER, this office Jol0-3t?_, WANTED.?TO BUY A BARGE 100 TO 125 feet long. 24 to 30 feet beam and double drum hoisting engine, second hand. Apply to D. W. RA PER. & CO., Edenton, N..C._Je9-6f ANTED. AT ONCE. ? A LADT TO teach small children English and music in private family: state salary. Ad? dress SEASIDE, core Virginian-Pilot. my30-eod-8t* -,? ' -1-: y I COTTE...

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