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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 1 July 1899

LATEST' NEWS OF THE WORLD BY TELEGRAPH AND CABLE {CONP~ ON ._ 1 l PAGE. 11? NEW GOVERNOR FOR CUBA Brooke May Be Sent to the Philippines. UNFOUNDED STATEMENTS Cubans continue to CommHOnlmirr? In [Provinces?Urn, Lu>iion Coma plnlim of I si foil ml eil iMialeuiettt? Abom Yellow ?ever-l*eopl<> of l?? Ihiki Want ? lyli OOTOrnor, lint OI> Jeoc to l'orlor?Jlnjor AcosituVi ( on fcssion. fny Telegraph to Vlrclnlan-rMlot.) Havana, Juno 30.?The local papers devote considerable space to the recent troubles at Quanajay, deplore the ac? tion or a few unprincipled men and con? gratulate General Fltzhugh Lee upon the prompt measures he has taken to put a .stop to them. According to the Diaro de La Marina, at Matanzas, which hitherto ban been considered Immune against crimes, highway robbery and violence have broken loose. Two armed Cubans have held up the village of Bnchlchu and robbed the principal store after kill? ing the proprietor. The- police killed a man, bound another unarmed at...

Publication Title: Virginian-Pilot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 1 July 1899

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES TWO, THREE, FIVE AND SIX LOST. Y ort?LADY'S PURSE: BROWN, J_j with visiting (.-aril oase, with name engraved Inside, with a little- change. | Finder can keep purse and money if the , card case Is returned to VIR? SIN IAN PI 1X)t OFFICE. R WANTED. Wanted! ?an active partner with SS0O.C0 to invest lu a cash re tall grocery business, one of the best cor? ners in the city; party advertising has been here In cash ami credit business 8% rears and now wishes to do Strictly cash business and needs more capital. Parties applying must be able to give best refer? ences. Address "novel, this office. Jyl-3t?_? \\ ANTED. - AN EXPERIENCED V? Grocery Salesman for Eostern Caro? lina and Virginia;-one who knows tho trnde preferred; give age,, whether mar? ried or single, last employer and refer? ences. Address WHOLESALE OROCER. Vlrginlnn-l'llot office. _Je30-3t* WA N t ED. - AN ENERGETIC young or m'dd'.e-nged mnn to man? age and lake orders for a good paying business; $lv...

Publication Title: Virginian-Pilot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 1 July 1899

THE NEWS'OF NORFOLK ON PAGES TWO, THREE. FIVE AND SIXT WEATHER REPORT. Washington, Juno 30. Weather forecast for to-day: Virginia?Kair Saturday and Sunday; .variable winds, becoming southernly. Nocth Carolina?Fair Saturday and .probably Sunday; continued low tem? perature; north to northeast winds. Norfolk fln<i ViclnllT ' WEATHER FORECAST FOR ? TO-DAY. Fair; continued cool, but growing warmer Sunday; winds southeasterly. TEMPERATURE,' .RAINFALL AND HUMIDITY. Maximum temperature. 70 Minimum temperature ..A. 63 Normal temperature. 70 Departure from normal .minus C Departure from normal since Janu? ary 1st .'....minuti 31 Rainfall In past 24 hours . 0 Rainfall since first of month .5.52 Mean b^imidity. G7 * CALENDAR. Sun rises at 4:48 a. m. and sets at T:29 p. in. v TIDES. "Norfolk?High water at 3:22 a. m. and 4:00 p. m.; low water at 0:36 a. m. and 10:20 p. m. Old Point?High water at 3:01 a. m. and 3:30 p. m.: low water at 9:05 a. m. and 10:03 p. m. Monuments and Gravestones. The ...

Publication Title: Virginian-Pilot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 1 July 1899

VIRGINI?N-PILOT. ?BY THE? VIRGINIAN AND PILOT PUBLISHING COMPANY. i.OhFCLK wmm m daily phot. (Consolidated March, !KIS.) ?feftliiettU at the Postufflca at Norroilt, Mi., n? second-class matUr. OFFICE: PILOT HU1UJ1NO. CITV IIA1.L A V Ji.SU E, NORFOLK. VA. OFFICERS: A. II. Gra-idy. President: \V. S. Wilk? inson. Treasurer; James 10. Alien, Sec? retary; BOARD OF DIRECTORS: a. U. virandy, U l> SiaiV.e Jr.. T W. . ?helton. R. VV. Bhul?cc, W. >>. Wlkiiison. j Junu.? f. Allen, Li. j>. Donovan. i ii mi;*; ? i.> 11 i*isn ??? v. SUBSCRIPTION RATES'. The vjituiNlAN-PILOT is oellverea '" subscribers by carriers in No/folk and yjcjhit? i'cnsmuutli. Berkley. BuRo la. "e?t Norfolk. Newport Newa, ?er ? cents per week pjyu?i? to tun carrier. Ry malt, 10 all'y pueo ui tu* Bulled | klalco postas?. free: l>All.Y,on<* yrnr - SS.?? ?? ?i& ????tun? ... :t.oo ' ?? Iiiicc monllH - - l..'?u , *? out* iiiouin - ?? ? ??"?? j ADVERT15INO RATES: Advrfltse- j n:oiits Uistriea nl the ruio ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 1 July 1899

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES TWO, THREE, FIVE ANlTsiX COURT DECISIONS. Kotes of Cases Recently Decided, Which are of Interest to Our People. DIGESTED BY W- B- MARTIN. (Exclusively Xor Virginian-Pilot.) TEXAS & P. R. CO. V. CLAYTON. Supreme Court of the Ignited States. February 20, 185)3. WHERE THE BILL OF LADING FOR GOODS PROVIDED THAT THE CARRIER ALONE IN WHi iSE ACTUAL CUSTODY THEY WERE WHEN LOST SHOULD BE LIA? BLE, THE CARRIER WHO HAD PLACED THE OOODS ON THE WHARF OF A CONNECTING LINE j AND NOTIFIED IT THEREOF, WAS LIABLE FOR THEIR DE? STRUCTION BY FIRE, THE CON- j NECTING LINE NOT HAVING TAKEN ACTUAL CUSTODY OF THEM. IN SUCH CASE THE CARRIER WAS NOT A WAREHOUSEMAN, BUT LIABLE AS A CARRIER. This was an action against the de? fendant railroad company for damages arising from the loss of cotton by fire. The plaintiff delivered the cotton I > the railroad company at Bonn im, Texas, to be carried to Liverpool. The bills of hiding provided that in isi ??. loss the carrier In. t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 1 July 1899

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES TWO/THRER FIVE AND SIX. CLOSE Of THE (I?IC SCHOOLS (Continued f'oin Page Five.) 1 XT I: UM EDI ATE GRADE. (A. P. FrlgUt. Teacher.) Testimonials <>( Merit?Section B: Nannie Mitchell. Emmy Pitts. Mabel Runalduc, Rosa Barlow, Flour... Bchenck, Lillian Oberndorfer, Annie Thomas. Marv Kahn. Jessie Cttflee. Section A?Gertrude Gastes, Etehl Jacobs, Blanche Odend'hal, Vara Guy, Fannie Goldsmith, Alice Harris, Bettle Herrick. Agnes Luthrop, Maty Mahone, Grace Monis. Helene Bchenck, Xelllf Broughton, Killa Caffee, Sail e Darden, Queenle Darden, Catherine Simmons, Ida Tischler. Olivia Taylor, Anni> Smith, Estelle Richards. Vlrgle Taylor. Medalists?Julia. Snunders (for gene sal excellence). Honorable Mention ? Page Atklson, Faille Simmons. Maggie Twlford, Bettle Forbes, Blanche Heule, Blanche Allen. Pauline Parker. SECOND PRIMARY GRADE. (M. I/. Francis, Teacher.) Roll of Honor-Section B: Orach Cooper, Francis Finch, Mabel Holman, Minute Kahn. Tressa Lowenth...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 1 July 1899

THg NEWS FROM THE OLD NORTH STATE AND ITS CAPITAL,. OUR RALEIGH NEWS BUDGET Corporation Commission Declines to Change Telegraph Rates. THE PENITENTIARY DEBTS Liquor Men or Trenton Will n;iu For License?I imurnuco tuiupany Will ?es? Couatllulloanllly ol the Crnlg i.aiv-i.im or Ccusu? Huper? visors For North Carolina Com? pleted. Raleigh, N. C, June 30.?The Corpora? tion Commission declines to change the telephone rates made and promulgated by It on May 11th. Yesterday morning the commission ?heard argument on exceptions to the rates filed by the Southern Reil nnd the American Telephone companies and yesterday afternoon It overruled the ex? ceptions. It is understood that an nppcal will be taken from this ruling to the courts. The telephone rates promulgated by tlif: commission last May and reaffirmed yostorduy, ate as follows: On and after the first day of June, 1899, all telephone companies within this State, whether incorporated or otherwise, will be allowed a maximum charge for re...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 1 July 1899

NEWS FROM RICHMOND AND OTHER PARTS OF VIRGINIA. RICHMOND NEWS AND GOSSIP Dr. Uber Explains Rumors of His Death. MR. FOLKES CRITICISED Labor I'coitlo Clnlm iliac Ho licfimcrl to Addrtu Ihr ?Jlrl Ulriken? l.nst Week?Tko Work on tl?o ?'. ?fc it. Viaduct Kot to Ito Deli?X??t- l*etl tltloun lo SiiVO a Farm v i I le Mint From ike Unlloir?. /Special to Virglnian-rilot.) Richmond, Va., June :'.0.?The mystery regarding the strange conduct of "Dr." Carlton E. Uber, at Norfolk, has been 6olved. He Is back In Richmond and has resumed his practice as a veteri? nary surgeon. Te arrived here from Norfolk on the Porahontas last night. He seemed worried and perplexed, not to say confused, and would give no satisfactory aecount of his conduct. To-day, however, ho stated that the ex? planation of the whole matter was that he was for a short time with some very convivial friends who had passed their examinations and was not entirely as 6elf-possessed as usual. MET OLD FRIENDS. He passed examination by ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 1 July 1899

THE NEWS FROM \^IRGINIA CONTINUED FROM PAGE EIGHT PETERSBURG. Tlio Funeral of the Late Ex-Mayor Collier. DIarrl?ce In IMnwHlillc Comity ? Sin llount Bnlllotlcltl Park A?soel? Uon-Thc Tcuniint-I?iiiinp Mnlt ? Nbotnl tij a I'otlcriuun-Notcs, Petersburg, Va., June 30.?Hon. Chas.; F. Collier, whoso tragic death occurred' Thursday morning by his own hands, j profoundly shocked the people of this city and section, was held to-day and was attended by A. P. Hill Camp, C. i V., in a body. The attendance was very large. MARRIAGE IN DINWIDDIE. - Mr. T. Percy Clark and Miss Lucy Robertson, both of VDInwifldlo county, ?were united In marriage at the home of the bride's "brother, Mr. F. O. Rob? ertson, one of Dlnwtddle's most pro? gressive farmers, Wednesday, June 28th, at 4:30 o'clock, by Rev. J. C. Reynolds, of Crewe. The bride was attired In a beautiful ?white organdie with satin ribbon and carried white carnations. NATIONAL BATTLEFIELD PARK. A Joint meeting of the Petersburg National Battlcne...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 1 July 1899

PORTSMOUTH LOCAL IN El WS AND ADVERTISEMENTS OF MORE THAN PASSING NOTE A Compilation of Miscellaneous News Matter in Condensed Form. FRESH CLEAN AND BMCHT A Ilnll.V IMreelorj ?r the Hnppon Iijc* ol i? ?i>y Itrloliy Told, Tll?nirll Ptuiull .%ono Ibf Less Interval I ate niKl lui|>??riinit InToi million For Tlioxc WUO Neclt Ii? Know null Uli? iterstnnd Whni la Going oil A mo nit ? ho I'rople. At a meeting of the Grand Lodge of Jt.iv.ii Arcanum held recently, Ocean Council, of this city, was highly com? plimented by the supreme regent for the excellent? work done by thla coun? cil during the last year. It Is now thoi largest council south of Baltimore, numbering over too names. Mr. W. H. Parker left yesterday for; Tork county I i v:rit his ivlfe, who is ?topping there. c.ipt. w. M Beaton, of Boykln?, is; In (ho city vis;t. is his brother. Mr. 12. B. Stevei ?, who left nere some time ago for Pall City, Nebraska, has arrived isafely. Ills friends here will be glad to hear from It In...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 1 July 1899

PORTSMOUTH ADVERTISEMENTS CONTINUED?TELEGRAPH CONTINUED FROM FIRST PAGET M. Rosenbaum's Entire Stock of Men's and Boys' Clothing, Hats and Furnishings is being sold at less than cost prices. Not a single article exempted. Everything must go. ?We'll advise you to come while the assortment is yet good. Read carefully ihz prices below: Men's $7.50 Suits go at $3.98 ' Great Reduction in Boys Suits Men'B very well made Cheviot and Cas elmore Suits. In neat and serviceable pat? tern's, wh.'ch wo bought 10 sell at $0.60 and $7.50 and which are worth every cent of It now?will go at the Insignificant price of $3.98. Men's $10 Suit's go at $4.98 Lot of Men's, nine. Black and Fancy Chovlot ami Worsted Ku ts?cut anil made In the very latest style, splendidly lined end perfect In lit and finish?worth every cent of $10 and never before sold for less ?will go for $l.fS. Men's $12 Suits go at $6.40 A splendid assortment of Men's Fine All-wool Suits In a score of the very noli blest patterns you cou...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 1 July 1899

Review of the Markets; Shipping News'; and Real Estate Business. FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL Slocks, Money, Exchange Bonds, Grain, Cotton, Provisions, Etc. Now York. Juno ::o. There was a re? markable demonstration ot underlying strength of standard railroad stocks t.o day In spite of the happenings which the bears have been relying upon to put down prices before the triple holiday. The squeeze in the. money market proved more severe than for many months, the rate for c.-.il loans jumping at one time to 12 per cent. Loans inu lo to-day carry over until next Wednes? day, and the shifting, Incident to tlie heavy demands on the eve of seml-nn nual disbursement, caused u very active bidding for money. There was besides the natural hesitation on the part of most operators to making large commitments on the eve of tin- holi? day and the general tendency to close Up accounts. This kept the market very dull through the early par; of tin day, and prices were illsp is I to s lg. The opening was ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 2 July 1899

LATEST NEWS OF THE) WORLD BY TELEGRAPH AND CABLE CANAL QUESTION IN GERMANY Dissolution of the Ministry Be? lieved to Be Imminent. KAISER TALKS TOO MUCH Tlie Air Full at Itniuorn of Compraa in Isen, Combination*, DUnoliii ton mid KocomlrtmMoii or Cabinet? ProHcnt Crisis Hnrlis Turning Point In I'rmslnn Polities?Mcwey IVrllM Von l>cl?lrlcb* ? United States Tnrlll"-Not l.lltcd. (Copyright 1S39, The Associated Press.) Berlin, July l.?The canal question overshadowed everything this week, and the llnal outcome Is more doubtful than ever. The air Is full of. rumors of compromise, combinations, dissolution j and reconstruction of the ministry. The opponents of the bill continue the poli? cy of seeking to kill It by bringing for- ! ward as many rival projects for com? pensation as possible, these now mint- ! boring about ir>0. None of them has been made In good faith, but for Hie solo purpose of gaining time lo event? ually checkmate the supporters of the canal. Yesterday an amendment ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 2 July 1899

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES TWO, THREE, FIVE, SIX AND THIRTEEN ?_^PJ^-TiR--^_ G'~V~AFt! Toil*! m. CRANE, OF 18 Shield street, on tho morning of the J?th, found a poeketbook containing quite an amount of money, between Atlantic Otty Ward and Church street. The owner can have sumo by calling on Captain Crane between 6 and 10 p. m. nnd proving property and paying for advertisement. Jyl-St (Ledger copy.) LCM5T._ * OST?on SATURDAY AFTERNOON, JLj on Granby or Freemason street, one Book of Time-Sheets, marked "Warren Scharf Asphalt Paving Co'." Return to Room 14, Monroe Bldg., 151 Granby streel early and receive reward. it* T OST?FRIDAY nTc.HT, JUNE .X'TH, JLi 1 pair Gold-framo Eye-Glass< s; also a Purse, containing a small amounl of money, a laundry t ekrjt and some papers of value only to owner. Return to thl3 office and receive reward. It ?_WAJI^T^O._ WANTE1VA JOB COMPOSITOR; young man, not u Journeyman printer; stiictly temperate. ATLANTIC PRINTING CO., 17 Brewer street,No: folk, V...

Publication Title: Virginian-Pilot
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 2 July 1899

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES TWO, THREE. FIVE, -SIX ?ND THIRTEEN" WEATHER REPORT. Washington. July 1.?Weather fore? cast for Sunday: Virginia?Fair and warmer Sunday; Increasing cloudiness Monday; light southerly wlnd9. North Carolina?Fair Sunday and probably Monday; light east to south? east winds. Nortolli nn<! VlelnllY. "WEATHER FORECAST FOR TO-DAY. Fair and warmer; variable to south erly winds. TEMPERATURE, RAINFALL AND HUMIDITY. July 1, 1S30. Maximum temperaturo . 73 Minimum temperaturo . Gl Normal temperature . 76 Departure from normal .minus G Departure since Jan. 1st.nilnuH G2 Rainfall in past 21 hours.0 Rainfall since 1st of month.0 Mean humidity . Si CALENDAR. Sun rlseo, 4:48 a. m.j eets, 7:22 p. m. TIDES. Norfolk?High water, 4:27 a. m. and G:01 p. m'.; low water, 10:24 a. m. and 11:32 p. m. Old Point?High water, 4:0fi a. m. and 4:40 p. m.; low water, 10:02 a. m. and 11:11 p. m. DIR?. CCONNOR-Suddenlv. In this eft v. July 1st. at 12:;? o'clock. CHARLES TAYl/Ht O'CONNOR, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 2 July 1899

?BY THE? VI na IN IAN AND PILOT PUBLISHINO COMPANY. MSfOlK VIRGINIAN UND DAILY PILOT. (Consolidated March. 1SSS.) Entered at the Postofflce at Norfolk, Va., as second-class matter. PFFICE: PILOT BUILDING. Li.'. CITY HALL AVENUE. _norfolk. va. OFFICERS: A. H. Grandy. President: %V. S. Wilk? inson, Trcuaurer; James E. Allen, Sec? retary. BOARD OF DIRECTORS: A. H. Grandy^ L. D. Starke, Jr.. T. YT. Bhelton. R. W. Bhuitlce, W. 8. W.lklnsc-n, James K Allen. D. D'. Donovan. TU REE l'UM 1.1 1?K It GO I' Y. subscription rates: The VXRaiNIAN-PILOT Is delivered !<i subscribers br carrier-. In No/folk and vicinity Portsmouth. Berkley. HulTolk ?West Norfolk. Nowport News, lor .0 jents por week payable to tho carrier VT mail, to any place- la lbs United ?otatea posts*-* free; All. V, one yrnr - ?.voo ?* ?ixuiondis - - - 3.00 4t Ibreo moil lbs ? ? J.30 M one mom li ? ?i ? .-">0 ADVERTISING RATES: Aavertlsc ments Inserted at the rale ot 75 cents a Kqusra, Ural Insertion; each aubsiqurnt Inser...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 2 July 1899

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES TWO, THREE, FIVE, SIX ?ND THIRTEEN! COURT DECISIONS. Notes of Cases Recently Decided, Which are of Interest to Our People. . DIGESTED BY W. B. MARTIN. (Exclusively for Virginian-Pilot) S. Ii., I. M. & S. R. CO. V. PAUti. Supreme Court of the United States. March 6. 1899. 1 THE ACT OF ARKANSAS REQUIR? ING RAILROAD COMPANIES TO PAY THEIR EMPLOYES. WHEN DISCHARGED, THEIR UNEARN? ED WAGES. OR THAT SUCH WAGES SHALL CONTINUE AT THE SAME RATE UNTIL PAID. NOT EXCEEDING GO DAYS, DOES NOT DENY SUCH COMPANIES THE- EQUAL PROTECTION OF THE LAWS. NOR DEPRIVE THEM OF PROPERTY WITHOUT DUE PROCESS OF LAW. This action was for wages, or a pen. ally, due plaintiff by the railroad com? pany under an act of the Legislature of Arkansas requiring railroad compa? nies to pay all employes when they were discharged the wages then earned, without deduction, <>r that such wages should continue at the sn he rate until paid, but not to exceed 60 days. The defendant claimed t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 2 July 1899

IN THE REALM OF SOCIETY ?Chronicles of Entertainments Dur? ing the Past Week, FORTHE FflONUMENT FUND i _ JQell^Iiiful T.K!t?l nti?J Tog l'nr?lo"i ? EiiierintliiiM'iit'* ?t llio Atlantic, <'liemipen>k<< an:l Country t'lubi Young Umi?lUiM -i of ilio ? ruled, r ncy-A I'.lrilnJoy I'nrty ? Move? ments ol ? ocii'ly B*eo|ile. The older people have not been at all gay during the round of days which ?went to make up the week which has just flown, but the younger element keep society whirling nnd far surpass tho "grown ups,'- both In number and excellence of their functions. Card par ticB, tug parties, beach parties, danc? ing parties, and. In fact, parties of all kinds follow each other in quick suc? cession, one continual round of pleas ? vre. The people about town are begin? ning to leave for the summer, and gradually, one by one, they depart, un? til the stay-at-homes get lonesome and feel that the fort Is theirs. Of course, the Beach Is teeming with people to? day, all on ple...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 2 July 1899

WATT. RETTEW & CLAT. WATT. RETTEW & CLAT. Store Closes Pr.-mptly at 6 P. fl.; Saturdays, 10. WATT. RETTEW & CLAY. WATT. RETTEW & CLAT. AflOtherWhack Ht the Wash G00ds|^attin2S and other sum,ner furnishings. jExcellently made Undermuslins at interesting prices. Any wonder that the wash goods buying of Norfolk is centered at Watt's? Any wonder that thousands and thousands of yards of wash goods are sold here season after season ? Point to another store, if you can, where wash goods values such as we offer can be duplicated! Point to another store, if you can, where assortments are so diversified as here ! Point to another store, if you can, where extraordinary worth of fabric, exceeding display of beauty and generous fairness of price, go hand in hand, as here! Last week upwards of / 4000 yards of Wash Goods, i2l2c. qualities, at 6c. a yard. were given their first impulsive move. Since then we have added other equally as desirable fabrics of the same high grade to this...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 2 July 1899

Great Independence Clearing Sale. BARGAINS MONDAY Values that <iui> W n Great July Clearing Sale Begins Monday. To clear out every yard of Silk regardless of the real value or cost of the material. We must have room very scon for our new fall stock, so v. e begin early to s ash prices in a way no store in this section ever before dreumed possible. q'i/? 250 yards .Twill Satin Face I 21-Inch Printed China Silks. Glace. These were 29c. > JOC. These ore puny for waists. Pos q/. 2..W? yards, Linen Bach Satin, JOC. beautiful silk face. This kind never sold less than Wo. MO yards Plain Taffeta Slk. all OOC. colors, the standard We, kind, *y/_ 25 pieces new Plaid Jap Silk. ^.oc. these are new purchase and we consider the biggest bargain Of the sea con. 69c. of tin yard. corded Novelty silk. Mosi ?c WO sold up to J1.25 ,u lt:v? 39c. value 59c. 1.101 yards Corded Jap Silk, stripe; plaids and cheeks, nctttal value We. These are not !???-? > Ur.tn.'i American Silks, but the real Im...

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