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

V'111 minium hi. nuinimuiiiaiimug IN TWO PARTS. ?fTTT T fTTTTTT T tt*TTTT*?TTTTTTTTTtTTTT TTTTTTTT TTT11 ??iu.i.uiiiiiuuUJii.iM^iaiuiiHimiie f WEATHER FORECAST FOR TO-O^Y f 3 NORFOLK. AND VICINITV- ? 3 Fair; slightly rising temperature. - vol. it?!n"0. 11:). norfolk, va., sat u k day, fe35riary 11, 1s99?twelve pages. Tin;!:!: cents per copy. AMERICANS GAIN ANOTHER VICTORY Dewey and Otis Drive Insur? gents From Caloocau. THE SITUATION AT ILOILO i Ilf> .tlOllltor MolllMlllOClCft iii- Uli lit open 11 ro ou Filipino'? i:nrlli Worli? Willi Urmt Ilfccl-Rebels !?lowe?l l>owh LIboOrnss?Our i,"? Blight?Tons ofHpnnlsli Shells- l'n cnrlbod-Itnllylug at Mnlabou. (ByTelegraph to Vlrglnlan-Pllot.) Washington, Feb. 10.?Up to tbe close of oflico hours to-day General Oils sent no news to the War Depart' ment indicating any further conllicts wlth the natives. He had a few cas? ualties to resort, these In answer to Inquiries from anxious friends of In? dividual soldiers, and he g...

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

w wanted._ ANTED. ? TO PURCHASE A , "small grocery doing cash business. Address T. IX, earo thl.? office, feitet* TTT ANTCD. - M COLORKO'MBN AT VY onco on canal work at Little Creek. Apple on works to V\. A. Mc OAULEY, Tho Dcgnon Mc-Lean Con struotlon Co^_fc!0-2t? YOUNG SPAN WANTS POSITION as stenographer and bookkeeper; can glvo references. Address, stating sal? ary. L. T. P.. earo Virginian-Pilot, fes-lw* _. ANTED.?POSITION AS STENOG , rapher or assistant bookkeeper. Can furnish saUsfactory reference. Ad? dress A. B., this otlioe. _fe9-3C "W ANTE P.-IN A FEW DAYS SEV cral good ship carpenters that are accustomed to wooden vessel building. Address, stating terms. G. HOFFMAN, Wllliamsburg. Va. fc3-3t* r ANTED. ? 35 GIRLS TO MAKE baskets: steady work: good wages. Applv to FAST BASKET FACTORY corner Chapel and Calvert streets. Nor? folk, \\_fct-iot WANTED. ? BVERBODY TO BUY oer Teas. Coffees. Every purchaser Is entitled to guess the number beans contained in a Mason Quart Jar. Tho p-r...

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

WEATHER REPORT. Washington. Feb. 10.?Weather fore? cast for Saturday: Virginia ? Fair; continued cold weather; light to fresh westerly winds; cold weather will continue for at least two or three days longer. North Carolina?Increasing cloudi? ness, probably snow; continued cold; Iresh northerly winds. Norfolk nuil Vicinity. WEATHER FORECAST FOR TO-DAY. Fair; slightly rising temperature. CALENDAR. Sun rises at C:5S a. nt. and sets at 6:42 p. m. TIDES. Norfolk?High wnler, 9:?0 a. rn. and 10:12 p. m.; low water, 3::!5 a. m. and 4:01 i>. m. Old Point?High water, 9:29 a. m. and 9:fil i>. rn.j low water, ii:14 a. in. and 3:40 p. in. M EST EOROLOOIC A L DAT A. Maximum temperature . 16 Minimum temperature . !> Departure from normal.minus 13 Departure since Jan. 1st.minus f>0 Rainfall In past 24 hours_'..0 Rainfall since 1st of month.2.64 J. .T. GRAY. Observer. AMUNEHKKTM. AM WYCK'.H AfAUK.IIV ?PItlUNIO MONDAY. FEBRUARY 13. Ohas. H. Hoyt'S War Time ...

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

.VIRGINIAN AND PILOT PUBLISHING COMPANY._ LORFOLK VIRGINIAN AND DAILY PILOT. (Consolidated March, 1S98.)_ Enterte at the Postofllce at Norfolk, Va.. secoiul-class matter. OPFK'TTi PILOT HLMLD1NG. CITY HALL AVENUE. NOR FOLK,' VA._ OFFICERS: A. H. GKANDY. President: M. GLENN AN, VIce-PresWent: W. 8. WILKINSON, Treasurer; JAMES E. AL? LEN. Bucretary. BOARD UK DIRECTORS: A. II. Crundy, M. ciennan. L. I). Starke. Jr.. T. W. Shell on. K \V. Shultice. James E. Alkn. D. P. Donovan. _ ?'.i ki:k van r.h ????? <:?>i*r. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: The A' i RG t NI AN - PI LOT is delivered to subscribers by carriers lp Norfolk and Y.'clnlty, Poi tsnvoiith, Berkley. Suffolk. West Norfolk. Newport News, for 10 cents per week payable to the carrier. Iiy mail. t? any place In tho United fc tales, postage free: ??A1..1', oiii* jrar - *r..n<? *? n.a iiiimiiii%i - - - a.co " ilirre moutln - - . L"'i> ?' tuie luuittli . ADVERTISING RATIOS: Advenl?" men's Inrtrtea nt t...

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

Baking* fvlakes the food more delicious and wholesome ?OYAl DAKINQ PC FH CO., HtW VOBK. ER1EF ITEMS OF INTEREST, Mr. John T. Nelson, of Pollard street. Huntersvllle, who has been confined to his home by sickness for the past five wot its, is now able to be out and to attend to his duties. Private John Briggs, of the Norfolk City Guard, has received his discharge. Mr. J. Kraemer, chief clerk of the Norfolk and Carolina railroad, left yes? terday with his wife and child via the Seaboard Air Line for Florida. Mr. W. L. Newton, produce denier, has recovered from the grip. Miss Lola. Reid. of Greensboro, N. C, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Sledge,, York street. . A young member of the legal frater? nity is reported to have left the city under a heavy cloud. Harry VVrenn, of the Fourth Virginia Regiment, is in Norfolk on furlough. Ice a half an Inch In thickness form? ed in McCullough's slip yesterday morn? ing, the first time for many years. The severe cold weather has caused a larg...

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

IISCHI?NZA DE YIRGINIANA The General Jubilee Will Be Extremely Unique. MANY INTERESTING FEATURES Will Hake it it Permanent AlTair nit<l IIiito nn Kittcrialnment Evor.v Tear?Way Hove n Spring Itnrc Meeting r?l it?? Same Time ? A Grand Display of Fire Work* Every Mg in. Mischianza de Vlrglnlana! While it has not been officially acted upon, it has been practically decided to call the May Carnival a Mischianza tie Vlrglniana, which means a general jubilee. Those who are Interested in the movement declare that the enter? tainment will be the superior by far ot any amusement feature ever under? taken in the (>l?l Dominion. "While the undertaking Is not yet thoroughly organized there is no doubt that Mr. Thomas ,1. Anderson will be tendered the otllee of general manager, and he said yesterday he would ac? cept, provided he did not leave the city in the meantime. This i.s a great source of satisfaction to the promoters of the scheme, who realize the fact that with Mr. ...

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

NEWS FROM RICHMOND AND OTHER PARTS OF VIRGINIA. RICHMOND ' ? NEWS AND GOSSIP Weather Statistics Dating; Back to 185T. ICE IS FOUND EVERYWHERE _, i The Ownership or n Cou vli i\ Iloily ? w mi llio i'ourlli Kcgrliueiit Mnc tcroil ??iil In Norfolk ? Mixed III Nnms nu?l Uenculoty - Governor i j in Son ich I ng For >'iuiicn ? Henlh Of .Mrs. Dr. Iliiuim ay. (Special to VIrgininn-Pilot.) Richmond, Va., Feb. 10.?Yesterday, last night and to-day the mercury has been lower than it has been In Rich? mond but once since 1S5-7. Probably never In the city's history has there been so much ice everywhere for so long a period. The city Is icebound. The sidewalks In many cases are al? most Impassable. Foot passengers take to the middle of the streets. The following is the reading of the ther? mometer at the Weather Bureau hero for tho past twenty-four hours: At 12 o'clock yestetrday it stood at IS degrees, at 1 it was 1!), at - it went up to 21, and then began to fall again, be? ing "0 deg...

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

THE NEWS FROM VIRGINIA CONTINUED FROM PAGE SEVER Seeking Relief in Bankruptcy Pro? ceedings Itnllromlcr's Toiicnc Ritten br Frost ? Child tugged Front Baltimore to JLjr ii clihu ri;- ? 'I bo Itoolbo-Snlllvnu Nuptials nt Salem. Roanoke, Va., Feb. 10.?The Clerk of the United States District Court In Lynchburg yesterday received petitions In bankruptcy as follows: From Rich? ard S. Bruce, formerly a merchant, of Itustburg, with liabilities of $01G.r,S, and creditors residing In Baltimore. Alex? andria. Richmond, Crewo and Lynch burg. Exemptions, ?'J3 worth of wear? ing apparel. From Romulus A. Figgatt. of the firm of J. B. Newton & Co., of Roanoke, with liabilities of $1,600, and creditors In Roanoke, Norfolk, Savannah, Bris? tol, Charlottesville, Richmond. Wash? ington, Perth Amboy, New Jersey nnd Portsmouth, O. He claims as exemp? tions tools, furniture and clothing to the value of $198.60 and 529 worth of personal property of the firm. Prom James B. Newton, of Roanoke, w...

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

THE NEWS FROM THE OLD NORTH-STATE"AND ITS CAPITAL. HAPPENINGS IN RALEIGH Republicans Will Oppose the Franchise Amendment. FIGHTS OVER DISPENSARIES Solicitor Noll ? ?ms Judge Kfrnrl'a Place?Tbo Impeachment ut Judgu Norwood?Cnptnlu l>i>y I>cv1(iicn t? Loiivn tiio l'cuitciiii.irj - 'i'iio fjrny Collection of Nortis Cnrotiuo Situ? erala-Iu the I.cgtnlnlurc, (Special to Virginian-Pilot.) Raleigh, N. C Feb. 10.?This was the coldest morning of the winter, the tem? perature being 9 degrees. Extremely low temperature are reported in the Western part of th Stat. When the constitutional amendment regarding the franchise comes up the Republicans in the Legislature will of? fer some amendments. One of them 6ays they have a surprise in store for tho Democrats, but the latter smile at tho statement. There are plenty or votes to carry tho amendment, even if eight or nine Democrats who have in the caucus been excused from voting, do not vote for it. A tender or live ...

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

PORTSMOUTH LOCAL IM EWS ?N n ^t-ix/f p-ries F k/i F rxrrcs PORTSMOUTH AND NORFOLK COUNTY What Virginian-Pilot Rep? resentatives Hear Daily. BRIEF ITEMS OF INTEREST Ihn MoTomoul^ of 1'cnplo 111 Whom tho Avcr:?so Itrailor 1? IlUer? ?stciJ ? Happenltlir? In I-fU?l-Hut' Iura?. Hollge??!?? mill Noclul ?lr? clea -A I?recn?t of tuiuro 1.Trills. Portsmouth Encampment No. 34, I. O. O. F.. will meet to-night. In addition to those mentioned in yesterdays issue as mourning the death of Brian D. McGrath are his sis? ters, Mrs. Wm. Hurst and Miss Katie M?drath. The Presbyterians will on Tuesday, February 14th. give a novel entertain? ment called a knotting party, at which time some of the best talent in this city and some from Norfolk will take jiart. MrB-L?. Peirson will give several recitations. A colored woman was fined $2.n."> be? fore a justice for running Into another woman and knocking some butter out of her hand, for which she agreed t<> pay. but tlii? wom...

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

PORTSMOUTH LOCAL NFW8 ?ND ADVERTISEMENTS. _Continued._ t Desiwi ?l Ii fd? lies that Washington hewed down made Washington senior as full of -wrath as you will bo at yourself when your prop? erty Is destroyed by fire, and you havo no source of compensation, such as you would havo had In a good fat policy on the Aetna Ftro Insurance Company that we had drawn up In such a clear and concise manner as would cnablo you to rebuild quickly. E. U DASHIELL, Agent Seaboard, Hartford. Orient and Aetna Fire Insurance Companies, 410 crawford street. SPRING PERCKL6SI SPRING GIMGHKMS I ?A LARGE ASSORTMENT T$ BE PUT ON SALE? Thursday, February 9th, latest styles. terms cash. 320 high street. THB L*A.?'T GUT ! In order to close out the balance of our Winter Stock, we will offer for the next ten days, the following inducements: $3.90 for Men's Overcoats, worth $6.00. $6.90 for Men's Overcoats, both light and dark colors, worth $10.00. $3.90 for Men's Suits, worth $6.00. $?.90 for Men's Suits, worth $1...

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

REYIEW OF MARKETS FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL Stocks, Money, Exchange. Bonds, Grain, Cotton, Provisions, Etc. ? New York, Feb. 10.?The market left *ft with advances In the leading spe? cialties and prominent railroads, with the tone unsettled.-. The dealings were, largely professional, and were in the nature of evi nlng contracts over the triple holiday. The early trading was, practically featureless. Commission houses had but few orders, and the trading for London account was in a\ very modcri'.tc volume without any marked tend ncy. The railroads were inclined to sag in the early trading, St. Paul's earnings Increase of $60,000 railing below expecta? tions. Aggressive buying of Burlington dissipated the early hesitancy and-had a favorable Influence on the market generally. The coalers showed partic? ular Strength, as did New York Central, Pennsylvania and the Grangers gener? ally. The usual refwndng stories, which Incited oflloial eonllrinutlon, were re? vived In connection with Burli...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 12 February 1899

l? Pages? IN TWO PARTS. WEATHER I NORFO Snow: co VOL. II. NO. Mi. XOHFOLK, VA., SIN DAY. Fl-BUUARY 13, 1899. S I X t K K \ PAGrBSi PRICE TB ANOTHER VICTORY WON 1 IN THE PHILIPPINES Caloocan Shelled and the Insurgents Driven Out With Heavy Loss, THE MONADNOCK AND THE CHARLESTON ENGAGED American Soldiers Face Filipi ,o Ballets as Cheerfully as if They Hid B:en Sno.v Balls Utterly Routing the Enemy?Enemy's Strength Estimated at Ten Thousand Men?General Oin Marching on Malabon and Malofos, the Insurgent Capital? Filipino Juntas Charged the Americans With Treachery, Looting and Murder ?Estimates of Our Losses?Schooner With Ammunition Captured liepor From the Transport Grant. Washington, Feb. 11.?General Otis had another victory to record this morning, and though tho action before Caloocan did not result In as heavy a loss to the American side as the battle of last Saturday nighl and Sunday morning, It is bellevea to have been quite as Important In results. Caloocan Is on the lino of rail...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 12 February 1899

LOST. L ?u?t Pickup a'laOy-rpo^e.book oTB??lotoii avenue, between 1-Vsuson an* Kelly kindly leave sumo ut HILL .*< CO '8 Grocery Store, Bramblcton avenue. fcll-3t?_._ & TRiATEID TWO WJSIOKS AGO--FK ^ m-iin Vox Terrier, white body, oiu. Se"f head and botli ears reddlrt.i lan: "yea large. Howard for Informal on 01 return to 208 Freemason street. OKI Pltono S4?>._ . .. TT OST. - A HUG PUP, FROM 120 Jj Wood street. Finder will he to warded if returned to above uddress. telO-3t*_ T OST DOO.-IR1SH SETTER, F1C JLi male reddish brown over body, white under nock nnd breast. Answers name Brownie. Reward of J5.00 for return to 223 York street._ fl'--'r FOR RENT" T HREH UNFURNISHED ?BOOMS . for rent In good locality. i03 ft .\ STALL AVENUE. Brambleton._lt? or rent-n-TckTa- FURNISHED front room, suitable for one or two gentlemen or gentleman and wife; good location; convenient to business. Apply INo. 130 Bank street._H*_ OR RENT . - FURNISHED, AN eight-room hous...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 12 February 1899

WEATHER REPORT. Washington, Fob. 11.?Weather fore? cast for .Sunday: Virginia and North Carolina?Snow; continued cold; brisk northeasterly winds. ftnrlitllt nuil Vlclnllj-. WEATHER FORECAST FOR TO-DAY. Probably light snow; still cold; fresh] northeasterly winds, becoming north? west toward night. CALENDAR. 8un rises at 6:57 a. m. and sets at 8:43 p. m. TIDKS. Norfolk?High water at 10:36 a. m. and 10:59 p. m.; low water at 4:25 a. m. and 4:46 i>. m. Old Point?High water at 10:15 a. m. and 10:38 p. in.; low water at 4:04 a. m. and 4:25 p. ni. Meteorological data. Maximum temperature . 17 Minimum temperature . 8 Normal temperature . 4i| Departure from normal .minus 32 Departure since Jan. 1st.minus 82 Rainfall In past 21 hours.111 Rainfall since 1st of month.2 Mean humidity . SS | J. J. a ray, Observer. mi:?. FORD.?At his rcsldenco No. 83 Vir? ginia street. Saturday, February nth. 1899, at 12 o'cl ick m., THOMAS FORD, aged is years The fune ral will take, plice from St. Mary...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 12 February 1899

VIRGINI?N - PILOT. ?BY TUE? IVIRGINIAN AND PILOT PUBLISHING '_COMPANY._ MRFOLK VIRGINIA?! AND DAILY PILOT. _(Consolidated March, ISfS.)_ Entered nt the Postoffico at Norfolk, Iva., as second-class matter._ ; . OFFICE: PILOT BUILDING, lliiLw. CITY II ALL AVENUE. norfolk. va._ . OFFICERS: A H. GRANDY, President; ?K. GLENNAN. Vicc-Prcsldcnt: \V. H. ?JVTLKlNS?ON. Treasurer; JAMES E. AL I*EN. Sc-cretary. BOARD OF DIRECTORS: A. IL Grnndy M. Ulonnan. L. D. Starke. Jr.. T. W. Slulton. R. W.-Shullice, James E. Allen, p. je. Donovan. _ 'Unna; CENTS PKK COPY. subscription rates: The VIRGINIAN-PILOT Is delivered to subscribers by carriers in Norfolk and vicinity. Portsmoutn, Berkloy. SufTolk. ?West Norfolk. Newport News, for 10 cents per week payable to the carrier. By mall, to any place In the United btatcs. postage freo; DAILY, one year ? 85.00 "? aixnionlba - - * ?.00 ?* ?lirec suonth? - - 1?SU *? ono moiiiti ? ? ? ??'?0 ADVERTISING RATES: Advertise? ments Inserted at the ruto of 7.', cents ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 12 February 1899

HIS PHOTOGRAPH AS A CHROMO Bill Gossette's Popularity Ap? preciated in Hokopoke. A REPORTERS DAILY LIFE Joy aindueu nittl Sorrow- Nlrnugoly Mixed ? I'nsslOU Mnhctli Many Dlonkejra-Viicle Xeb ?ti?i ? mm cutty, but Ih Preparing (<> ttiiicin.f o nt i? tVnbe aud ? ('alto i>Vniu-an? uoinilou J:i Advertising, Very Truly VoitrN, DIM UOH8KTTK. Next to candidates for oillee news? paper reporters urn the most popular people on earth, of course, l uiri no exception, and soon, like some of the candidates, i shull loom up In new greatness :m<l gratefully receive the cigars from those who wish?to currj favor. Nor is ilns all. Honors come to ?he like heel is t.i a Hush candidate, and Moon, like tin- expert cyclist, I shall be i covered with medals. My latest achieve? ment was th" deal with tin? Hokopoke Headlight, whereby new subscribers were to receive my photograph as n tthromo. Every mail brings complimen? tary letters asking for my autograph I ulao, ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 12 February 1899

IN SOCIETY'S REALM Only two (toys more arc left In which to enjoy ourselves before Ash Wednes? day arrives proclaiming a cessation of thegaictles which have been ours during the wlnier months. The curtain of re? ligious piety i?? ready to drop upon the alluring pleasures, and we will soon re? nounce the world. the flesh nnd the ?evil for the space of forty days. Instead of the gay ball? room sccties visions rise before us of a dimly lighted church with a mcTik r>?id lonely maid penitently kneel? ing W Usk forgiveness for the manifold bins she has committed since the days Of last 1-cnt. Since then the summer months'have waned and she remembers the happy days scent at the seashore and. mountains. Thence her thoughts pass Into the fall home, the begin? ning of the gay winter. i;;o Christmas holidays, with Up subsequent pastimes and now tun e more the season for pen? ance and prayer has rolled around. "What shall I deny myself." Is the flmt question she uslts, and hard this m...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 12 February 1899

?WATT. RETTEW & CLAY. 7 WATT. RETTEW & CLAY. Store Closes Pr mptly at 6 P. ]*!,; Saturdays, iO. WATT. RETTEW & CLAY. WATT. RETTEW A CLAY. Men's Newest Neckwear. A Praise-worthy Gathering. The display cases are aglow with unusually swell conceptions in Men's Neckwear. Magnificent Silks, rich and heavy, have been made up into the season's most fashionable shapes?puffs, tecks, Imperials, and ascots. They are not what some stores would term "dollar goods," even though they do closely resemble the best dollar Scarfs shown hereabouts, and we price them 5oc each. Men's and Todies' Now Club Ties (siring ties), made of excellent ?ju.illty silks In a wide range of superb des gns. These are posi? tive 25c. ties. We price them spe? cial 2 for 2.'c. Men's Shield now??newest shape not mote than twenty dosen tn the Jot?wish wc had more. Stripes, checks and figures; excellent qual? ity silks. Instead of 20c, we price them ITe. each. Men's While Shirts, 39c. Seven...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 12 February 1899

. -'SC Y 1 fSJ I l\i B0 Mr* S. DOZIER will open his elegantly appointed, store, Mo, 206 Main Street (Academy of Music Building) . We nesday, February !5th9 When he will exhibit a new and magnificent slock of I O s iL ^sr^ He respectfully solicits the patronage of his friends and the general public. These goods were purchased in person from first bands to meet the wants of an exacting and discriminating taste <j$ ?45 ?48 <s ^ ?45 jOe^o JL? WES I O 0<5 OOOOO O O ?>4> ?3><S>?? I I Mew Phone 822. 220f3 J ti Street, i <?>) i i i I m&mm m m n mmmmmmmmmmmmm h (Continued from First r.i;;\> ?GONCILLO AGAIN IN EVIDENCE. London, Pel). 11.?The European Fili? pino junta received to-day :i long tele? gram from Agonolllo, the agent of Agulnnldo. dated from Montreal, and declaring that he left Washington In consequence of a telegram which he received on February Oth f...

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