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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 22 January 1899

DIVISE SERVICES TO-DAY. The Presbyterian, Methodist, Luthe? ran, Christian. Church of Christ (Dis? ciples) and Christ Scientist*?, publish their hours of Sunday services In Sat? urday's Issue. V HOT! GS TA XT EPISCOPAL. Christ, corner Freemason and Cum? berland streets. Rev. C. B. Grammer, D. I)., rector?Services at 11 a. m. and 4:3o p. m. Emmanuel Chapel, C.tlvert and Wide streets, Rev. J. II. Dlcklr.eson, eurate in charge-Service:! at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday school at 0:30 a. m. St. Luke's, corner ot C.ranby and Bute streets. Rev. A. S. Lloyd. rector Services at 11 a. m. nnd 7:30 p. m. St. Paul's, Church and Cove streets, Rev. Dr. B. D. Tucker, rector?Services at 11 a. ra. and evening prayer at 4 p. m. St. Peter's, BTOWn avenue. Bramble ton. Rev. C. E. Woodson, rector? Ser? vices at 11 a. ni. nnd 7:30 p. m. St. Andrew's Chapel, corner of Ann and Mayesville avenues, Rev. John 11. Dickinson, rector?Divine* services ev? ery Thursday night at S o'c lock. Sun? day school at 4 p....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 22 January 1899

n;>sti >iu \*i -^u ?-sii??i i. ?^ u <u *?n *u MILLER, K HO ADS & CO., NORFOLK'S BUSY STORE, OPEN UNTIL 6 O'CLOCK. MILLER, RHOADS & CO., NORFOLK'S BUSY STORE, OPEN UNTIL 6 O'CLOCK. FINAL CLEARING CF COATS,-Y/hm we lay lhat wc tilfcr all our $10-00 Coals at Jo 49, ard 512-00 Coats at $6:49, wc want you to tike us lilcraliy in all sincerity. Come and see the garments and you will '-now lhat wc understate j.athcr than magnify tin ioipotiaacc of Ihls sale. FINAL CLEARING OF FURS? Caoes, Col? larettes. Neck Pieces, &c We have a few more Fur Garments on hand than wc care to carry over, and in spite of their present low prfces, we have decided to make further reductions to reduce stock to desired ooint at once. JANUARY CLEARING OF GOATS AND CLIMAX OF LOW PRICES. MOT A HAPHAZARD MOVEMENT, not a mere excuse for advertising ? not a scattering: of few catch prices, but by all odds tlie greatest Oat and Cape bargain event that ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 22 January 1899

WATT. RETTEW & CLAY. WATT. HETTEW & CLAY. Store Closes Promptly at 6 P. Tl.; Saturdays, iO. W. iTT. RETTEW & CLAY. WATT. RETTET?* & CLAY. ing Characteristic, and Quality=f?r=Price! TRASH fills (he markets to the brim, and it sometimes overflows into the lap of the public, to a shriek of "Low Prices." We point a distinction. We have never known the underwear markets to hold so much of worthlessness. Yellowed coltons, skimpy, hurried, careless workmanship; the indifferent "throwslp'gether" of the underpaid worker; ragged scams and raw edges?the city is full or such. It has not even the excuse of cheapness; nearly full prices are exacted. How These Garments are Prepared. This is the course pursued by us:?First, as we have already told you, the making is confined exclusively to country j out this month, factories, where high-class and cleanly labor works under ad- The muslin is brought in 1 car-load lots, a saving there, vantageous conditi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 22 January 1899

A GREAT SALE OF \ HEN'S FINE SAMPLE ?SHIRTS. i 3,000 put on sale last Monday, tHe balance of the lot offered to-morrow in three great lots : 19c, Lot No. 1, Wokh SOc ? 39c, Lot Mo. 2, Worth 73c 59c, Lot Hp, 3, Worth $i.OO. Every style and description o.f Shirt, white and colored, with attached and separate collare and cuffs. A chance like this won't be offered you again this year, the prudent buyers will supply their wants for tic comm * season, as every shirt in the lot is worth more than double the above prices* Silks, 79c. Wondrful Bargains 1<> new pleci s ol \\ hlte and Cream 79c. a Yard, Value $2.00. larBoadHch r? signs, will malte evening ami wedding dresses, stielt as you have been tidying $2.(?) a yard for. Our Special price !9c 79o,' Brocades In all tho ncwial evening oolors, also tho New Stripe St Iks for waists, These are the $1.60 grade. <i;|L0 Extraordinary 07C. OllKii. value shown at D9e. a yard, In live of the largest lot * of silks ov...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 22 January 1899

DAIST MAY ANTICIPATES ? A VERT DELIGHTFUL TIME, She Tells of the Pfea&ires of the Coming Military Tournament and Discfo^s Some Secrets oi Feminine Attire. [Copyright, I'M.] Mere mention of Madison Square par? don conjures thoughts of pretty women In line clothes, men of many callings and a gOsslpy, gaping crowd. We of Ihe other half world lovo that kind of a show despite our protests. An antici? pated affair of any sort nt the Garden Is apt to he hailed with delight by the populace. That the coining exhibition is to be in the form of n military tourna? ment i>ut whets our desire. Next to a full dress Stilt man is at his best in uni? form. Gilt braid, goal lace and brass buttons worlt a wonderful reformation In the looks of the least handsome of them. And the all wise rulers of our hearts nre not ignorant of the fact that worn, n adore regimentals. They remember well that all previous experiences-nt rmr debutante count for naught after she baa lasted the deligh...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 22 January 1899

RICHMOND NEWS BUDGET HIte, the Mecklenburg: Mur? derer, Will Be Hanged. THE BOARD OF AGRICULTURE Benrrliltiff for a MinDlne CUlKrn-MWn Follt Nncs n nicrcnntllo Firm For lien** Ilnninge??MMI? ?;trl IMc? or Ganirrcno-MllUnry Delegates Appolttlotl ? Tlio Fonrlb Vlrgluln ?Brief Mention. [A. ; - ; (Special to VIrglnlan-PIlot.) B-lchmoncl, Vs., Jan. 21.?Governor Tyler to-day Anally decided not to in? terfere in the case of George HIte, the Mecklenburg murderer, to be hanged Monday. January 23d. The application for commutation of sentence to life im? prisonment was left at' the Governor's office Friday by Mr. Charles T. Beekes, attorney for Itite. It was signed by a number of Mecklenburg people, but by none of the ofiicers of the court. Gov? ernor Tyler was In "Washington when Mr. Reeks called, but he returned Fri? day night, and spent a great portion of to-day in examining the papers in ithe case. He saw no ground for inter? ference, and sent the following tele grum to Mr. Keeks: Boydton,...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 22 January 1899

TUE OLD DOMINION Brief Items of Interest Picked Up Here and There. News Is received at Staunton of the recent death In Chicago of Mrs. Lizzie Sears Fultz. Mrs. Fultz was a daughter of tho late Barnas Sears, LL.D., who for many years Just after tho war lived In Staun ton, and was trustee and sec? retary of tho State Pcabody fund. Mrs. Fultz was Dr. Sears' secretary, and was a brainy business woman. She owned a large lot of property on Scars' Hill, In this city. Her burial was nt Brookllne. Mass., In the Sears' family vault. Mr. William J. Wilson, one of tbe old? est and best known residents of Char lotto county, died ot his home, near Ward's Forlt Mills, thla morning, aged 78 years. Culpepor Is to have an lec plant, to be erected! early In the spring. Tho appointment of Dr. I. W. Kite, of Orange county, to be a surgeon in tho navy, recently made by President McKinley, has been confirmed by the Senate. The members of the Baptist Church at Millwood have extended a call to Rev. J. It. R...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 22 January 1899

NORTH CAROLINA NEWS AND GOSSIP Investigation of Russell's Re? moval of Commissioners. NORTH CAROLINA FISHERIES Uerrlue Flslierl- Have No Oltl Nlnck on Ilrtnd? I. ? i in.im t'Hy Imltt?? trlcm OJinrtei cit ? stale Priming ?3ov?Tiior Itu??cll*a Preincrement ? Fintnr Meets und WimeCnn He Dono Wim Tbom- K<cglalMtlon. (Special to Vlrelnlan-rilot.) Raleigh, N. C, Jan. 21.? It is Inlt Uiatcd that some oC the Republican members of the Legislature will cer? tainly not support the Governor in. the matter of ousting as Railway Commis? sioners J. W. and Otto Wilson. The ?special committee eC Investigation will begin its work Monday. N. C. FISHERIES. Dr. W. R. Capohart, owner of the great shad and herring fishery nt Avoca, is here, nnd so Is Mr. Wood, owner of the equally great fishery near Edcnton. There are several bills be? fore the Legislature in regard to nets In the Sounds. It has been stated that these nets do not reach the bottom, but It is said that they really do. Dr. Capehar...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 22 January 1899

..n'onn rnnsKXTEn scmi.ey nv the royai, ahcakum. The jeweled sword presented to Hear Admiral Windeld Scott Schley Friday night in New York by the Royal Arcanum is :i magnificent specimen of the ?wordmaker's art. It is of regulation bIzo, the blade is of the finest Damascus ?tool, and the grip is of sharkskin bound with gold wire. The guard is of 18 carat gold and has the rear admiral's monogram In diamonds on the front. The scabbard is of oxidized silver, nnd the past regent's Jewel, the dolphin and all the ornamentations are of IS carat gold. Etched >>n the blade is a scene representing the destruction of Cervera's llect. Roar Admiral Schley Is a mem? ber of Farrngut council,NO.660, of \Vashl igtpn and is a past regent of that eoun i ell, having served two terms as Its presiding officer. _ ALCIiR AND MILES Secretary of War and Command ing General Doomed Tim Former Will Iliwc to Go Thai McKinley Miiy II? Nnvcil?Kite* ecss for Ihn Repnbljenua In l?UO Ilm Crj-, T...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 22 January 1899

PORTSMOUTH LOCAL NEWS AND ADVERTISEMENTS PORTSMOUTH AND NORFOLK COUNTY What Virginian-Pilot Rep? resentatives Hear Daily. BRIEF ITEMS OF INTEREST _ ? j Hie Haveilieul* of 1'cnplo In Wllolll tili? Avcr.'jro ICemler l< Iii?<t tMlril II apjx-imi^ . In !.????:?I~ Ilus i'llraa, Ifceltccoti-J ?ml Siulal l Ir Vi cn \ Forcen?? of Imme 1. vi-iii!*. Captain "Jack'" Noel, the letter car? rier, hopes to he able to get back en l..s route to-nniriMW- lie has been wrestling with a severe case ot the grip lor the past two v. eeks. Rev. lt. S. Couplnnd, <>f t'ovington, Ky.. will preach at St. John's Church this evening at S o'clock. .M.:-s Oliver will sing Dudley Buck's: "Kefir N it, Ye o Israel.." The remains of Miss Mabel Freeman were sent to Washington, 1). C.j last night, where they will be Interred to moi row. Mr. Irving 11. Rosenbauth. connected with the Brandt Company, will lbnve to-day for n two weeks' trip to his old home. Poughkeepsle, X. Y. On h...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 22 January 1899

PORTSMOUTH ADVERTISEMENTS. Continued. 10 P18?3? Our C?StOi?. ?We have? GUNS, BICYCLES, ??m mm um at the lowest market prices. JML WHITEjq8 High St.. Portsmoulh.Va. GRAND EMBROIDERY S?LE, BEGINNING MONDAY, JANUARY 23d. SGOO Yds Onmbrle Embroidery, on center counter, to bo sold at prices never hoard ? r. Bpeclal good things at Be., sc. and 10c. Androscoggln Coitions, 5c. per yard, lor Monday only. Dach customer lim? ited to i<> yards. ' ? ? Darkest stock of Val liaces in city. from lEc. dox. to si .0. A. full line Of Whit.- Goods In Plain and Plaids oral Str |>es. Best Bdnsdtalo Oiimbrlc, 10c. curtain Mvstllns au I rims from 5c. up. All the leading Bleached and Drown Muslins at lowest prices. TERMS CASH. G?0 HIGH STJFIEET._ $7.45 The Busy Scenes $7.45 ?0:1 our Clothing floor, speak volumes in favor of? Honest, Legitimate Advertising of Excellent Values. We renew otn obligation to refund money to any one not thoroughly con vinced of a great savins 57.48...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 22 January 1899

?REYIEWOF_MttRKETS! FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL Etoclis, Honey, Eichi(iii-), Bonds, Grain, Colton, Provisions, Etc. New York, Jan. il.-^-The stock mark? et to-day was exceptionally active ttiul remarkable advances 'wore ma.? ? in many shares, the extreme gains !>? Ing in investment issue. The average 61 prices was higher than in years and the volume of trading in stocks ami hands was the largest yet traded fn on o. Sailurday, Had the two hour session been extended to five hours as <>n bth*r days, nnil had the same rate of tradiny continued, there would ha.vo,'bceii $14, 000.000 bonds and 1,000.000 Block dealt In. Investors weary of waiting for ii substantial! reaction seemed panic sti'icken to place their money. Tiie opening Quarter of an hour was the most exciting, Iii sympathy \ylih Ihe booming market tor New York Central on the London exchange. All tho Ya.nd<rbiit shares made sharp ad? vances ori rumors,concerning the plans of the controll...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 24 January 1899

r ?Ali lUtlUllUMlll lllllllllllllXULLU Allli? 16 Pages! IN TWO PARTS, f ?^nrtifiiuifx?ijUiuiii??rn?Ti^?iit*lil.ll> 3 WEATHER FORECAST FOR TO-DAY 5 \ NORFOLK AND VICINITY? c : Rain, followed by clearing-weither? - j alight to fresh southeast winds ^,mllU. TTTfTrtTTrtrTTTTTTTTTrtTTTTTTTTTMntTrS VOL. II?NO. 97. NORFOLK, VA., TUESDAY, JANUABY' 24, 1899?TWELVE PAGES. Till? 12 K CENTS PER COPY. ? - --- !? ??Mail MALIETOA TANTTS. THE AMERICAN AND THE ?BRITISH CONSULATES. The Bltuntton in Samoa rivals In interest Iho crisis In the Philippines. Mallotoa Tanus, w hoso picture is *vren here? with, Is the native who was declared to bo king by Chief Justice Chambers, but who wan compelled to temporarily s.t I su p aside In favor of Mutaafu. Tha American and Uritish consulates in Apia, which iujure prominently In the : . uble, uro also pictured. 'Ulli SAMIIAN INCIDENT Ambassador White Not Inslructed From Wash;nglon. German Adi'e. ? Clntni lliui Nnprftno ('???Irl tu Afil ? IV?* Closed b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 24 January 1899

WANTED. A LADY OF THOROUGH EXPERI cnce wishes a situation as House? keeper or Linen-Room Manager In a ho? tel Dlstnnce no object First class ref? erence. Address N.. Virginian-Pilot oflice. Jal-tf w ANTED. - A LIGHT SET OF books to keep, or would accept a position as assistant bookkeeper. Ad? dress X. Y. Z., care Vlrglnlan-Pilot. JaSl-lw?_ ANTED. ? A CLERICAL Posi? tion In any honorable business, by a young man of 26 years: willing to work for fair wages: good references; prefers active work. Address R. D., care vlrgtn lan-Pliot._JafM-lw*.; WOULD LIKE TO HEAR FRO"M any party who served on the U. S, ship Portsmouth In the year of 1SS4 or ?S.V I/ea,vo address U. S., at Vlrglnlan l'llot office. _Ja23-lw* A X T E D. ? ~GVjV E R A L FI RST ClaSS canvassers. Apidy room No. 3. 221 Main street, over Martin's phar? macy/_Jatn-tit , ANTED. ? TWO EX PER I BN? R11 salesladies and n window decora? tor. Rt.'SSELL & StMCOE. _Ja2l-3t i/ ANTED. ? TO SELL FOR CASII V or good collateral, a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 24 January 1899

WEATHER REPORT. Washington, Jan. 24.?Forecast for Tuesday: Virginia?Rain; brlflk easterly winds. North Carolina?itain; freJsh south? easterly winds. Maximum temperature. 60 Minimum temperature . 39 Normal temperature. 41 Departure from normal .plus 9 Departure from normal since Janu? ary 1st.Pius 3"> Rainfall in past 24 hours . 0 Rainfall since first of month.2.OR Mean humidity . 72 WEATHER. Rain, followed by clearing weather; light to fresh southeast winds. CALENDAR. Sun rises at 7:13 iu m. and suis at 5:22 p. in. TIDES. Norfolk?High wa'ter at 7:36 a. m. and S:io p. m.; low water at 1:09 a. m. and 2:04 p. m. Old Point?High water at 7:16 a. m. and 7:41? p. m.; low water at 12:48 a. m. ami 1:43 p. m. ?HC?. 61MMO.NB.-A4 the residence of his father. No. Ill Cove street, Sunday, Jan? uary 22. 1S99. ut 4:30 o'clock p. m., JAM KS H. SIMMONS, in the 07th year of his age. The funeral will take place from above residence THIS (Tuesday) MORNlNC. at h) o'clock. Friends of the family...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 24 January 1899

VIRGINIAN - PILOT. ?BY THE? ?VIRGINIAN AND riLOT PUBLISHING COMPANY. t.GRFOLK VIRGINIAN AND DAILY PILOT. (Consolidated March, 1S9S.) Entered at tho rostoffico at Norfolk, Va., as second-class matter. OPFICE: PILOT BUILDING, CITY HALL AVENUE, NORFOLK. VA. OFFICKRS: A. H. GRANDY, President; M. GLENN AN. Vlce-Prcsldcnt: W. S. WILKINSON, Treasurer; JAM KS K. AL? LEIN. SL-cretarv. BOA HD OK DIRECTORS: A. H. Grandy M. Glcnnan, L. D. Starke. Jr.. T. W. Shelton. Ijt. W. Shultice. James E. Allen, D. K. Donovan. I HKCK VKXT.H I'HRCOt'Y. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: The VIRGINIAN-PI LOT Is delivered to subscribers by carriers In Norfolk and vicinity Portsmouth, Berkley. Suffolk. West Norfolk. Newport News, for 10 cents per week, payable to the- carrier. Ry mall, to any placo In the United States, postage free: DAILY, one yo?r - - - 85.OO ?? alz months ... 3.0 ?? Hires months - - 1.50 ** one in.mi it ? ?? ? .50 ADVERTISING RATES: Advertise? ments Inserted at the rate of 75 cents a Square, lirst insertio...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 24 January 1899

Baking Powder Makes the food more delicious and wholesome HOY*!. QKIHa POWJtB CO., new YORK. ATLANTIC CITY Meeting of the Local Board of Im? provement. Legislation oU Matter* In IVIilcIl Clin 11. ii- anil inx I'ayern of the Ward nro IiitcroatcU-l'oraoiinl mid Gen oral A'otca. Tlio monthly meeting of the Local Board of Improvement of Atlantic City Ward was held at 8 o'clock last night. The unfinished business of the last meeting was taken up, and the request of the residents of Hamilton avenue In regard to the widening of the sidewalk on that thoroughfare was referred to the Councils. In the matter of the W. C. T. U., Mr. Johnston was requested to see Miss Carrie Lambert nnd ask her If the painting of the kitchen of the hall would be satisfactory, although the board is of the opinion that it has compiled with its contract. The matter of opening the east end of Hamilton avenue was referred to Mr. Godwin, chairman, and Messrs. John? ston. Kiddle nnd Anderson, to be look? ed Into1 and r...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 24 January 1899

CALIFORNIA VS. IMPERIALISM Senator White's Strong: Ar? gument Against Expansion. THE FACTS HE RELIED UPON D'Tl'ttons or tiic Snprcmo Conrl, President SlcKlulcy's Acinnin R|tCeCh ?llllllrol ltl>\Trj-*M II.' v??ri <i ci.ii? ic .Govornjitoitta linen, ?ton (h to Annex the Philippine Is? lands?The lMif v ?I Congress. (r?y Telegraph to Virgtma-rilot.) Washington, Jan. 23.?Discussion of Ihe policy of expansion occupied nearly all the time of the Senate in open ses? sion to-<lny. Mr. White, of California, one of the Democrats who has an? nounced heretofore his opposition to ratification ofHho treaty of peace, ad? dressed the S? na to in support of Hie antl-expanelon resolution Introduced by Mr. Vest, (Democrat, Miss .mi), and of the resolution offend by Mr. Bacon, (Democrat, Georgia), dc.dui-lug that the Fh'.lipinos ought to be free and in? dependent. In view of the proposition of the Cttl Ifornla Legislature to "Instruct" Mr. White and his colleague, Mr. Pe...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 24 January 1899

George Hite Pays the Penalty of His Crirr.e? Mint Down it t olnretl Sinn About One Dollar iiikI fifty ('outs ? Mr. W. rtlfloril Ute? In Seit aicxico-Er.n Mention, ? '""^'^ i -. : r-? (Special to Vlrglnlan-Pilot.) Suffolk, Va? Jan. 23.?Sixty-six years old ;->nl gray-haired, but plucky till the cr I. George llite was hanged to? day tydton, Va. Hies was the sec? ond pay '.in? penalty of a dispute over . ' ) debt. The drop was sprung by Co Sheriff 11. K. Cogbill at 12:1? p, m. i. 'ix minutes the doctors said he was dead. 11 Id neck was broken. llite refused to make even a little speech when he went on the scaffold. He died as he had lived?sullen, In? different, desperate. But his nerve no? vel' quivered. He had faced death be? fore. Hite made a striking picture as he slowly moved up tin; steps leading to death. He was a man tux feet tall und sparely built. When the murdei wau d ine he weighed 1UU pounds. To? day he weighed HO. MUniXKftED FOR OK 1ST. The i rime tor which Hue h...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 24 January 1899

THE OLD DOMINION Brief Items of Interest Picked Up Here and There. It Is rather remarkable that since the Instalment of the first clerk, in 17G4, Bedford has had only eight clerks, and flye of them were descendants of James Steptoe, the second clerk, who received his appointment through the Influence of bis personal friend, Mr. Jefferson, and held tho position for fifty-four years. Mr. Gustavus McDanlel and Miss Sal lie B. llite, of Ilollydale, Dunenburg county, will be married next Thursday. The Shenandoah Valley Poultry and Pigeon Association's annual exhibition at Berryvllle last week was a decided success. There were about 400 entries. Mrs. Decey Pace died Saturday in 'Albemarle county, aged 89 years. In? terment In Fluvana county Sunday. Mr. L. A. Darkln, Jr., of Manassas, has removed to Washington City, where he will engage In business. Miss Maude Connor, of Manassas, and Mr. J. G. Klnchilve. of Fairfax, were married last Thursday. Stonewall Jackson Camn, C. V., of Staunton, c...

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