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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 28 January 1899

VOL.. II?NO. 101. NORFOLK, VA., SATURDAY, JAM ? ?Hill I I 11 11111 111 1111111 111 11111 . Ill i I 11 11 ??U ij I WEATHER FORECAST FOR TO-DAY I : NORFOLK AND VICINITY? c 3 Fair; cold wave: temperature will fall t' ^ twenty degrees: northwest gales. The "z 5 coli weather will continue till Monday 1890?TW ELVE PAG ES. THREE OBNTS PER COPY. END OF EAGAN COURT-MARTIAL Conclusion Reached Embod? ied in a Report. TESTIMONY FOR THE DEFENSE l'rlcml? mill family of ?"ouimt?.nry <;?acnil Believe llo vt'n? Mentally l ii bn1 it n ( i <l Wliou II ? To.Mlloil Mi> lore War luvmtlgsclog <'onml?? ftlOU?Spoecnei tor Ucfouvo ?n<l Prosecution. (By Telegraph to Virglnlan-Pllot.) I Washington. Jan. 27.?The ease of Commissary General Charles P. Eagan, charged with conduct unbecoming an officer and a gentleman, and with con? duct tending to the prejudice of good order nnd military discipline. Is now in th'> hands of the courtmartlal ap potnte...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 28 January 1899

_y^ANTEDI WANTED. - A qualified TEA and grocery clerk. F. BARKY, Hampton. Ja27?<U* f*)* a"NTBD. SB C?ND-ii AND TYPif ?T writer, cheap; stato price. P. \V., this ofllce. Ja2S-3i? ?*,\r ANTED. ? PARTIE8 for THE V> i >nr of ihc Paris Exposition of jso-'* can mv'1 fifty per cent, fare and buy ticket on easy payments: new plan. Ad >y ANTED. SALESMEN ON* WELL ?? known Use of Dubricating Oils and Specialties. Add!...- MECHANICAL OIL ?*'?.. Cleveland; Ohio ja2S-2l* TT* ifrLicit WANTED. ? NONEBUT .i> experienced need apply. Call at '-''l Cranby. It ANTED. ? AN E Xl'BR i BNC K i > boshclmati. Apply at once. SAKS eX- CO., 284 Main street. Ja2S WANTED. ? A BAND-SAW-FILER want.- position:j tlftocn years ex? perience; I? .st of reference. Address FILER. Ylrgiiian-Pilot . . ji-Mw xjir anted - \\~ icxperTenceu i? salesman; also a lady thoroughly experienced for coat ami suit department exclusively. Applv in writing. AMES, BROWLEY &am...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 28 January 1899

WEATHER REPORT^ Washington, D. C Jan. 27. For Virginia: Threatening weather; light, variable winds. For North Carolina: Threatening weather, With rain oh the coast; brisk northeasterly winds. mktk h;ol<IG1CAL data. Maximum temperature . r>2 Minimum temperature. 32 Normal temperature. Departure from normul . 0 Departure from normal since J:ui uary 1st.plus cs Rainfall in past -I hours. o Rainfall slneo ist of month.!.3t Mean humidity., . 62 W RATHER. Fair: cold wave; temperature will fall tw.-niy degrees: northwest gn'les. The Cold weather will continue till Mon? day. CALENDAR. Sun rises 7:10 a. in.: sets .', 'Jfl p. in. I TIDES. Norfolk: High water 10:02 n, m. and 10:27 :\ m.; low wutcr a. m. and j 4:21 p. m. mi l . PASIWY. -At ih.' residence of her son ln-lnw, Ocbrgc F. Taylor, mi l".i?i Ltnim hlelon avonuo, Friday. January 27th, IStlJ, til <; o' lock i>. m.. MBl.lNDA, widow of tho Inte .lohn T. Casey, in the 7:>th v.-ar ? f h&...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 28 January 1899

VIRGINIAN - PILOT. ?BY THE? .VIRGINIAN AM' I'II.ot PUBLISHING COMPANY. kORFOLK VIRGINIAN AND DAILY PILOT. (Consolidated March, UVS.)_ Entered nt the Postofflca at Norfolk, [Va., as second-class matter. OFFICE: PILOT BUILDING, CITY HALL AVENUE. NORFOLK. VA. OFFICERS: A H. GRANDY, President: M. GLENN AN, VIce-Prcaldent: W. S. WILKINSON, Treasurer; JAMES E. AL Ll^N Secretary. BOARD OF PIP. ECTORS: A. II. Grand}- M. Glcnnan, L. 1>. .Starke. Jr., T. W. Shelton. It \V. Bhultlce, James E. Allen, 1). F. Donovan. TII REE EES TS PER COPT, SUBSCRIPTION RATES: The VIRGINIAN-PILOT Is delivered to subscribers by curriers In Norfolk and vlclnlly. Portsmouth, Berkley, Suffolk. West Norfolk, Newport News, for 10 cents per week, payable to the carrier. Ity mall, to a;:"y place In the United States, postage free: DAILY, on* 3-ear - - - g5.cn " pix mouths ... a.o " Ihrer moiltll? - - 1.50 '? one mootli ? ? ? .50 ADVERTISING RATES: Advertise? ments Inserted at the rate of 7."j cents a Square,...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 28 January 1899

Makes the food more delicious ond wholesome BRAM?LETOH WARD. Mr. O. R. Mears, or Kempsvllle, Is the guest nf Mr. A. B. Walker, oi Nj. UjZ; Clalborne avenue. Rev. Lloyd T. William?, of Trinity M., 13. Church, will breach from the fol- . lowing subjects to-morrow: Morning,] "Hon.-sty tin- Best Policy;" evening. "The Trial of Abraham's Faith." Mis. J. Lemuel Bradshaw, of Messlck, York county, and her sister. Mrs. Flor? ence I'llinip-'-, "f Hampton, wer.; the guests of the former's sister-in-law, Mrs. G. W. Elliott, of No. 103 West Brambleton avenue, Thursday. 'iho Epworth l.tague of Trinity M. E. Church will meet for devotioual ser? vice ut C:?? o'clock Sunday afternoon. Master Hurry Bradshaw, of York county, who has been on a visit lo his sister. Mrs. Elliott, of West Highland avenue, has returned home. Mr. Ii. E. Jeffers and a party nt four gentlemen, residents of the ward, went on a. gunning evpeditlon to Princess Anne county yesterday. Tito request of the I .oral Board of Improveme...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 28 January 1899

SENATOR PLATT ON EXPANSION New York Senator Discusses the Philippine Problem, 1 I TcNSION BILL PASSED Mr. Fnlrbanks Calls Attention lo AI? Icm|t1 lo Mlnlcnil People lVIlli ?WKitapcr Clipping*? wo.k Hie t'ninre iioiu? r<?r nur Soldiers in Tropical l.niula - Army Itcorgnnl Ballon Iii Ilm Ilouic. (By Telegraph to Virgin'.?-Pilot.) Washington. D. C, Ja?. 27.?Particu? lar Interest was manifested in the Sen? ate to-day In a brief speech delivered by Senator T. ('. Platt of .New York, on the general subject of expansion. Mr. Platt took for his text the nntl expansion resolution offered by Mr Vest, of Missouri, but in th.urse of his speech merely touched upon the constitutional question involved in the proposed declaration. He spoke in a clear, resonant voice and, not only because this was the flrst speech he has delivered In the Senate since his return to the body, but also because the address was a thoughtful and well considered statement, be was accorded the undivided attentio...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 28 January 1899

RICHMOND NEWS AND GOSSIP Pardons Granted by Govern? ors O'Ferrall and Tyler. THE RECORD OF APPLICATIONS Girl Appointed to n Free Kclialnrnblp ?Ballleatllp to no Knuirit Hie \ nterlcnu tilrl') ?Arrtrnl Ol Neuro Troopi From ,11 n eon ? Horrible Month in n I'liper Hill?Fllicon Day* for it I'niter. (Special to Virginian-Pilot.) Richmond. Va., Jan. 27.?Governor Tyler lias been having the totals pre? pared of the pardons granted by him during the first your of his administra? tion. The figures are Interesting In view of some criticism to which Governor Tyler has been subjected by those who think he has exercised clemency too freely. For the purpose of comparison tho number of pardons granted by Governor Tyler's predecessor during the year 1SDC arc presented. In ISAR Governor Tyler granted 71 unconditional pardons; in 1896 his pre? decessor granted 84. Governor Tyler granted i'l absolute pardons to Jail prisoners; his predecessor in 1896 grant? ed 12. In I89S Governor Tyler granted 4 com? ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 28 January 1899

Till! OLD DOMIMO Brief Items oT Interest Picked Up Here and There. A desperate attempt nt train-wreck ing was made last night about a mile north of Luray. Two heavy Bteel rails were laid across the (rack, the ends be? ing hold down by railroad ties and other weights. The passenger train passing there at '.'> o'clock last night had not gotten under regular speed, and the night being clear the obstruction was seen in time to stop the train. Mr. < 'ha t ics <'arver and Miss Bettle Poley, of mi. Crawford, were joined in wedlock Thursday 'afternoon. It Is said that General Thomas L\ Resser will, on his arrival in Cuba, be assigned to sanitary engineering. Mr. Calvin P. Bliss, of Farmvlllc, has filed a petition in bankruptcy. Mrs. Sue Powell, uc Whsrton, wife of Mr. E. W. Powell, of Richmond, died In charleston, W. Va., Thursday, aged Go years. A bogus agent of*Buffalo Hill's show Is said to bt< working his way In this dire, tion. Land Immigrant...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 28 January 1899

NORTH CAROLINA NEWS BUDGET The Charges Against Major Wilson Broadened. A POCKET FULL OF FRANKS: Trial of Removed Kntlwiiy Coiltml?? ?lonerk* Cane I'iiih (invcrnar lins?, ?ell on llio I>efoii?.l?:o I.llect ot Es.? eeutlve Vlomeney ? Vlrsrlnln Pni iir? iiio LcisUli.tor*?To itopcnl ? bnrler. (Special to Vlrglnlan-Pllot.) Raleigh, N. C, January 27.?The Governor has broaden* 1 his charges against Major James w. Wilson, whom he suspended as chairman of the Rail? way Commission. At first he charged him with being Interested In a railway eating-house. Now he charges him with having express nnd telegraph interests. Witnesses thus far exam? ined prove the Inaccuracy of the lat? ter charges. There !s a notable array of counsel In this case of the Governor against | Wilson, W. II. Day. A. C. Arny and | C. Douglas, for the Governor, and I IL Ii. Battle, John Cray Bynum, Rob? ert <>. Burton and J. C. L. Harris, for the other side. In "tie sense it is a trial of th...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 28 January 1899

gQPTgMQUTH LOCAL ~jsi ^^ySj^?N_D>^ DVEERTl^FJVi ENTS PORTSMOUTH AND NORFOLK COUNTY What Virginian-Pilot Rep? resentatives Hear Daily. BRIEF ITEMS OF INTEREST 1 urn Hovemmu ??r I'sopla lu "fl'tioiii ?ii<> A Venice Header It later rui'ii HapiteuliiBTt I.egi%l?Bim* in. Itcllgeoas iimi Modal fir clrs A 1'tirco. a. uf rtuiirc 1.vi-lila. The condition of Mr. Oharica M. Wood ("Butsy") waa not very favora? ble lust night. Willing hinds are per? forming every duty possible for Iiis benefit, and hope is generally expressed for his ultimate n covcry. Mrs. Parsons, an nged and denrly be? loved lady of tin* city, is lying seriously ill at the resilience of her son-in-law, Mr. K. N. Grant, corner of EHlnghnm and i Clifford Bin cts. It Is thought that Judge V.". X. Port lock will to-day. in the County Court, render his decision as to whether or not Alex. T?te, tho convicted murder? er of Allle Malone, shall have a new trin I. The lecture room pf Central Chun h and ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 28 January 1899

PORTSMOUTH ADVERTISEMENTS. ja20-12l11 Continued. "WHO DM HAUL IT DOWN?" Win!- its protecting folds floats over two continents, McKinley asks. No one; Any more than I hoy tttn llnd it Haw In the conciso ami clearly drawn policies that ?we wiH draw on the .vtna. Hartford Orient and Scabord KVre Insurance t'.-m i..ini.-s. whllf their protecting folds shields you front loss by lire. we w'.n Insure you tn (he in.i. Hartford, Orient and Seaboard Piro Insurance Companies at a .?.mall premium. You cannot afford to be without Insurance, and the Aelnn. Hart? ford, Orlenl and Scabord Piro Insurance Companies uro the companies to insure In. E. L. DASHIELL, Agent ft?*x 410 Crawford Street, Portsmouth, Va. Just Arrived A FIXE SELECTION' jOF Umbrellas, 75c. Up Hats and Caps Black Leather Caps for Engineers and hopmen, W e. All kinds of Caps. Children's Hats and Caps. Ladles' Parasols. Adjustable Handle Umbrellas, V A. J. up ilin 318 High Street. Straw to tue Point is Our Rim l? Please Bfii Custome...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 28 January 1899

REVIEW OF MARKETS FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL Slocks, Money, Exchange, Bonds, Grain, Cotton, Provisions, Etc. New York, Jan. 27.?The change* ns a result uf to-day's trading were rather mixed, with gains predominating. The market opened with hesitancy, but this was speedily dissipated by an inilux ot buying orders, ami the market started up under lite Influence of strength in the low priced specialties and standard stocks. London was a frei" seller; on balance tie- sales amounted to 30,000 shares, which encouraged the room traders to put out large short lines to Check the rise. Commission houses bad a large volume Of buying orders well distributed through the list, which foned the bears to take back stocks nfler only a slight relapse in the mar? ket's strength. Prices were forced up under the lead? ership of the Flower stocks, including Rock island. People's Gas and Brook? lyn Transit. The low indeed stocks Were then Ink) ti in hand. Tennessee Coal and Iron moved up tt'J. American Spiri...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 29 January 1899

HUUl llhllllllllilmiiiiuiiuiilil 1111 HXJLt^ \ IN TWO PARTS. ! ?TTT.T ?T?TTTTTTTT??TT? TTTTTT1TTTTTTTT TTTTTTTT TTT. VOL. IT. NO. 10 j. ^'- N * I M I L I II 1809. S i NT E E n ; VCiES. Vim iwiiiiiuiiiiuiiiaibuuuuuuuiiWU; ] WEATHER FORECAST FOR TO-DAY | 1 j NORFOLK AND VICINITY? |? ? Threatening weather and ?now? E W^f i probably fair Sunday afternoon; fresh P",? i variable winds. _ ifT.T* ? f ? T .' . .'.T r T T TTTTTTTT . I T . I T . TTTTTT TU TT TT TTT* PK ICE THREE CENTS. Generosity and Justice of the United States. THE QUFSTION OF CLAIMS Concession* .tlnile tu Spain Are In I tic I.lno of rrccctlenlH Net by llic Uosi Civilized Nations-Tb? Presen! sit. nation In llio I'lllllppltiCs- I lie l*ttrclinse Monry, I nrul v .tllllluiis. Now Due. (By Telegraph to Vlrglnlan-Pllot) Washington, T). C, Jan. 23.?Senator Frye continued his argument for lite, ratification of the peace treaty with Spain in to-day's executive session of the Senate. He talked for an houi aim a half ami again made Ih...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 29 January 1899

FOR SALE. Ahouse) axt> 2 jaxp? fori sale or for rent, at ?Vorth1 end of Cook ??U-oet, Park View. Portsmouth, by id J. mkars. Al>pl) oil prerr?a s. ja..'-iu FOR 6ALR ? NEW foUXKl? MUL lots in pork stands, halve*, quarter ?barrcls, kits.: cheap for cash. New BOne lc ami Whole Codfish, English Bloaters, rVvhiti. Fat Mackerel. JOHN S 11.UTCII JN'SON. -.and 27 lloanoke dock. 'Jagg-St* ST^'sT .""will ' SKtoT my tm ?v>jL*-i?J bw upright French Walnut IPiano lor $Hfi cash; musl s'ii at once. AdU:tos 11. a., r?ru Ylrglnlan-l'ilot. JoSa-oi*_ &*~tiTZ. AlNOTHKB OR BAT BAJt ?pJL"OeJ? iraln- a Spies Piano, nearly new. ;i pedals and oil improvements: lull scale; onlv three months' use. l all und oeo It.' A great opportunity to g. t jflhe piano at your own price and terms. SAM FjB & BURK, lC'J Main street. . Jaas-31_ ?t2? .1 ri ft. takes A PINK EVERETT ?UP JL l O Upright Cabinet Grand Piano, ?is good as new; full scale and has line (ictiou nr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 29 January 1899

WEATHER ^RjEP^ORT^^ Washington, Jan 2S. Forecast for Sunday: For Virginia: Partly cloudy weather, preceded by snow on the coast; much colder Sunday night; brisk: northwest? erly w I ml s. For North Carolin?.: Fair; much cold? er Sunday night; fresh to brisk north? westerly winds. WEATHER. Threatening weather and snow; prob ably fair Sunday afternoon! fresh, va? riable winds. CALEN DAR. Sun rises 7:0'J a. m.: sets 5:27 p. m. TIDES. Norfolk: High water at 10:111 n. m. and 11:01 p. m.; low water at 4:20 a. and 4:64 p. m. METEOROLOGICAL DATA. Maximum temperature. "I Minimum tempera lure. Normal temperature. 42 Departure from normal.minus 12 Departure from normal since Jan? uary 1st .plus lift ?Rainfall in past 24 hours.39 Rainfall since 1st of month.2.05 Mean humidity . 100 i?ii:i>. VA'N'lwiu ?!?:!{ i: v.?At ids residence, No. SO PoolO street, Atlantic Citv. Janu? ary 28, at 12:50 a. m? J A M ICS \V. VAN DEWBERRY In the Kith year of Ii!? age. The funeral will take pie.ee this...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 29 January 1899

VIRGINIAN - PILOT. ?BY THE? JV1RGINLYN ?ND PILOT PUBLISHING _COM I'A.NY._ tORFOLK VIRGINIAN AND DAILY PILOT. _(Consolidated March. IK'S.) _ Entered nt the Postofflcc at Norfolk, ,Va., aa second-class matter. OFFICE: PILOT BUILDING. CITY HALL. AVENUE. NORFOLK. VA. OPFiciCits: A. Ii GRANDY, President; ?I. GLEN NAN, VIce-Presldeht; w. S. WlI^KJNSpN, Treasurer; JAMES E. AL? LEN, Secretary, Iuiahd of DIRECTORS: A. H. Grandy, M. Glennan, L. IX Stark'. J . T. w. sheiton. lt. W. Shuitice. James B. Allen, D. f. Donovan. _ TIIRKC UEH IS PER COl'T. BUBSCRIPTION RATFS: The VIRGINIAN-PILOT Is delivered to jsubscrihers l>v carriers In Nonfolk and vicinity, Portsmouth, Berkley, Suffolk. ?Test Norfolk, Newport News, for 10 cents per week, payable to the carrier. Ity mail, to any place la tho United States, postage free: DAILY, one yens- - - - f.t.OO ** six iiioiiIIk - - - a. " inre. months - - J.ao u oiieill.mil) . ?? ? ..10 ADVKItT 1PI Ml UATIOS: Advel : ments Inserted nt the rate of 7....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 29 January 1899

A RECORD OF OUR SHIPPING The Business Handled Here During the Past Year. SOME ERRORS CORRECTED'' CJrnuit ABereua Io nl'.trrlvnln Keaelir? 31 ore 'i'lian Seven Tbonsnnd Crall of All Fvimis, ui:ii clearance* in Proportion ? Toinl Value or Car? goes I i)Ii mi ?11 - l lie Need ol n Mur? Ulme Kxcltniitfo Emphasised. The Bureau of SI it'sties of the Board of Trade and Business Men's Associa? tion of Norfolk, through Its admirable statistician. Mr. Edgar 13. Dawes, Is? sued during the Urft, week ui.' January the following statement of shipping for the port of Norfolk and 1". rtsmouth for tho year isn>: VESSELS ENTE i 13 AND CLEAR-. Entered . . 14S Tonnage . .245,337 Cleared . 693 Tonnage .002,116 COASTWISE. Entered . 2,220 Cleared . 1,071 EXPORTS FOR 1S9S. B6a h. id cattle .$ 10,800 0. i:is.:u:i bushels corn. 3,530,025 600,791 bushels wheat. 476,480 117, 228 barrels Hour. 155,788 Bread stuff . 25,700 238,460 ton? coal bit. 529,732 Coal, ship's use ". 398,93:: 4l'.7oj tons e .k ....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 29 January 1899

"A I '<5 i [?-5 MILLER, Ii HO ADS & CO.. NORFOLK'S BUSY STORi:, OPEN UNTIL 6 O CLOCK. MILLER, RHOAD3 & CO.. NORFOLK'S SUSY STORE. OPEN UNTIL 6 O'CLOCK. NOTICE?"The February Designer." a beauti? ful book?10 cents a copy. Fl- iE to pure haters of 40 teils in Standard Pa'terns -the only reliable, low ptied. styli/h scam-allowing patients. Patterns. 5c-, 10c, Jjc- and 20c- , STANDARD PATTERNS.?It gives us the greatest ratisfacl.on to say that the demand for Stand? ard Patternsis growing. We think wc are offering the fccit patterns, in fact, the only first-class seam allowing patterns that arc sold at popular prices. MILLER, RHOADS & CO. FIVE DAYS OF FAST AND FURIOUS SELLING AND THEN STOCK-TAKING FRIDAY NIGHT We take our Semi-Annual Inventory. Before d'ing I so we have determined to close out ail ends, broken j lots ani odd assortments wl ich we don't care to place -ny value upon. The price we get for these goods cuts no figure* They simply ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 29 January 1899

WAIT. RETTEW & CT.AY. WATT. RETTEW & CLAT. Store Closes Pr. mptly at 6 P. fl.; Saturdays, iO This Season's Newest Jackets jWe Bought a Manufacturer's Former Prices. ell any Jacket heir The order has been given in our Cloak Department in the house at exactly half former price." And we think we can lit most any woman who needs a Jacket. No doubt you'll find your size here, and if you do well, we can't make it any plainer?you'll save exactly half. Entire Line of Ready=to=wear Skirts $ 5.00 Jackets now $2.50 8.00 Jackets now 4.00 10 00 Jackets now 5.00 $'2 Jackets now S 6.00 % \ 5 J a t k v t s n o\y 7. <~ 0 <2o Jac. k ts n >w Truly, this is a stoic of great achievements, turn to us lor a quick disposal of their wares. Such an event occurred a few days ago. Manufacturers know this and frequently A skirt-maker of repute, (me who helps Toilet Articles, Soaps and Such Like, at Very Interesting Prices. The daintiest and best soaps and...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 29 January 1899

SHIRT SELLING SENSATION . . . 19c, 39c, 59c SILK SELLING SENSATION ... .5c, 19c, 69c DRESS GOODS SENSATION.6<\'c, 12 '4c, 19c UMBRELLA SELLING SENSATION . . . 29c, 69c MILES OF EMBROIDERY.Ic a Yard HUNDREDS OF HEMSTITCHED HDKFS. . lc Each Our Great Silk Sale, 5c. Ijnst week's S'lk Selling was unpara lleled in the history or ihe store, u will be hotter advertised this week from last week's output. The line Is raw strongei than ever, some wonderful Iota udded to? morrow, so don't delay, as only the quick buyers deserve such bargains. / q lio pieces Heavy, Plain and o~c. Changeable Taffeta si:k. try buy these under Kto. i /q 22 pieces Crystal Cortcllc, In o'.i 070 the most desirable colors and black. This can't be matched for less than one dollar. Itoyal Armine Black S Ik, $1.33 Is the regular retail price. 22-lnch Black Silk Moire An tlquo Velour, price was for this 21-ltU'h Heavy Surah Silks, this Is a dollar number. Beautiful Brocades, In till the evening t uts,-see these...

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