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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 12 February 1899

Some Facts About a Little Known but Important Island of the Philippine Group and Its Principal City. (Copyright. 1899.) Rudyard Kipling has said that the East Is too old to sit at the feet of the Anglo-Saxon. It Is one of life's little Ironies that the fortune of war should Hing at the feet of the world's youngest republic the very jewel of that mystical ISnst. But while It took Dewcy's gun a very short time to knock Kipling's epigram in the he.nl our newly acquired pearl of the Orient is not shaking off her old world shackles without a struggle or two. The activity of the ambitious Aguinaldo's Filipinos anil the events that have been taking place in and about Hollo have reawakened interest In the Philippines island.;. American eyes are once more turned toward that remote quarter of the globe, and Amer? ican statesmen at e beginning to inquire more closely into the character <>f the new peoples that Columbia has been forced to take under her wing. It Is not generally known tha...

Publication Title: Virginian-Pilot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 12 February 1899

DIYIHE SERYICBS TO-DAY. Methodist, Presbyterian, Luthe? ran, Christian Church of Christ (Dis? ciples) publish their hours of Sunday Bervlccs in Saturday's Issue. BAPTIST. ? S"reemason,- corner of Bank and Free ?faason streets?Preaching by the pas? tor. Rev. M. B. Wharton. D. D., nt 11 ?a. m. and 7:30 p. in. Morning subject. ."'Can We Know ihe Son of God is Come;" evening, "Northern.Iron and Steel." Park Avenue, lb-ambleton?Preach *ng by the pastor, Rev. J. J- Hall, IX P'.vat 11 a. m. and 7:SO p. m. Morn? ing; subject, "The Seven Utterances of Jesus on the Cross;" evening, "A Tri? umphant Life." Grace, corner of Princess Anne nve ?ue and Church street?Preaching by Etcv. Willis Hutchlngs at 11 a. m. and Mr. ToseDh Hosanna at 7:30 p. in. Sunday school at 51:710 a. m First, corner of Granny and Freema? son streets?Preaching by the pastor, ?Rev. 13. B. Hatcher, at 11 a. m. and 7:45 p. m. Revival services will begin this morning: and will continue every night through the week. Preaching b...

Publication Title: Virginian-Pilot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 12 February 1899

NEWS FROM RICHMOND AND OTHER PARTS OF VIRGINIA, RICHMOND mm ?ND GOSSIP Pardon Denied a Dying Con sumptlve Convict. UN THE GRASP OF WINTER Blurb SntTorlinr Am one ?lio I?oor* R'coplo or l'lc m y of Money I'linlilr to I*rocnro Fuel? The Finance* of Ibe Nf nto-Donth of Mrs. Virglulti* Mewton-Oouil Klr.cil ]>niiin?e Mull ?Oilier Mutter?. (Special to Vlrglnlan-PUot.) Richmond, Va., Fob. 11.?Governor Tyler has definitely decided that he will not pardon D. E. Pcndleton, of Spott1 isylvanla county, who Is serving an ?eighteen year term in the penitentiary tor the murder of bis father-in-law, In 1802. Pcndleton has consumption- He is critically 111 in the convict hospitul at the State farm. He will never recover. Ht is doubtful if he ever gets up from oils bed. Governor Tyler was several ?"months ago asked to pardon him. He refused because of the opposition ol Bpottsylvanla citizens. A few days ngo Governor Tyler was again asked to pardon the man. The certificate of ten surgeons of the St...

Publication Title: Virginian-Pilot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 12 February 1899

THE NEWS FROM THE OLD NORTH STATE" AND ITS CAPITAL RALEIGH HEWS KOTES Testate Penitentiary is in Politics* THE STATE BAR ASSOCIATION Illicit Distilleries ?oalroyo?! by Rev cnnaOfUcers-tVliiiIunl Cironitii to Bo Abolt?lio?l--Pen Itontinry Supor lutcndency In Hie Supremo Court ?Tbo Kirnt Impeachment Service ?l?nt of Goveruor lloltlcu in 1S71. (Special to Virginian-Pilot.) Raleigh. N. C, Feb. 11.?The proposl tion to take COO of the Slate convicts and employ them on three of the Roa noke farm in sugar beet growing is re? newed. Strange to say, the authorities do not take to the idea. The truth is that the penitentiary is in politics and tintll It is removed from that sphere .Will never be a paying institution. It Is certainly costing the State a great sum now. This Legislature will have a heavy bill to pay for debts and for this year's maintenance. The formation of the State Bar Asso? ciation last night was very successful. The attendance gratified the promoters. It is Btrange that no a...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 12 February 1899

THE M'ENERY RESOLUTIONS Provoke Lively Debate in the Senate. Indoctrinating .Filipinos Senators Vent nml Masou Denoiiiitu tbc Administration'? Treatment ol AfeTUlunldoM followers ? ?'l?ie Lion's Whelp" Recited? Newport news I'ubiio Building? Overtime l'ny For Xnxy Yard Employes, (Dy Telegraph to Vlrglnlan-rilot) Washington, Feb. 11.?After a spirited tjebate of more than two hours this af? ternoon a unanimous consent ngree kn 'iit -was made by the Senate vote Upon the resolutions of Mr. McEncry, {Democrat, Louisiana), declaratory of a policy or the United States :ib to the Philippine Islands at ^::J0 o'clock next (Tuesday afternoon. The request for this agreement was binde by Mr. Mason. Illinois, after what Seemed the conclusion of the debate on \ho question and after several Sena? tors who were known to be opposed to nny action on the resolution, temporar? ily had left the chamber. Upon their return to the chamber they learned What had happened in their absence, and later In the aft...

Publication Title: Virginian-Pilot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 12 February 1899

PORTSMOUTH LOCAL NEWS AND ?bVERTfSEMENTS PORTSMOUTH AND NORFOLK COUNTY What Virginian-Pilot Rep? resentatives Hear Daily. BRIEF ITEMS OF INTERES1 ^JSi? Jiovi.mi of I'enple lu Whom Iho Avcn>KO Kontier li Iiikt ? ?letl ?ituiipriiinif? In Legal?H11? lucas, lt< ' >-< <><f nntl Social ? ir *le? A t'arccml or I iiiin-' 1- vi- in?. Last night, nt the residence. No. 717 Scolt street, Veter Clinch and Mary "White, well known colored people, were anoirricd by the pastor o? the Ebenezer baptist Church. Captain Thomas D. Hastings, of Cum? berland, Md., was in the eity yesterd y. Attention is called to the advertise? ment of Emmett Deans, in which he tells you about what he will have for eale next week. Mrs. C. Wright, of Baltimore, who has been visiting the family of Mr. \V. J. Ttlchardson, f>33 Harrison street, will re? turn home Monday night. A young man advertises for a posi? tion ?s clerk in a store of any kind, where the work is honorable. A lost female setter dog I...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 12 February 1899

PORTSMOUTH ADVERTISEMENTS. [Continued.] rien's Overcoats! JuM now Is overrent Belling time. Some dealers say it's a p'ty to let them fro for so little. I' wouldn't take such a cut to move them, but we want to do it in a hurry. "Tisn't the right policy to carry them over. We won't do it! $3.98 for Overcoats which sold up to $6.50. $5 48 for Overcoats which sold up to $3 00. $r.45 for Overcoats which sold up to $12.50. $10.00 for Overcoats which sold up to $18.00. Special cut on Men' Worsted Trousers.' Everybody knows what pretty patterns they tire? $l.iS for Panta which sold up to Jlt.U); |2.50 for Pants Which sold up to $4.00. 0UOE DHPACTVrailBNT.?Wo (lud we are overloaded with Winter Shoe*. To reduce our stock, we will commence MONDAY, February 13th, to make a cut in i>r.ee of every pair of Shoes for two weeks. Reliable shu>s at cut prices at THE BRANDT COMPANY. 213 and 215 High St. STRICTLY ONE PRICE?FOR CASH ONLY. lie Bestell Pi 1! fii ins that Washington hewed down made Wa...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 12 February 1899

yiEW Og MARKETS | ?NGI?L AND COMMERCIAL Stocks, ?dney, Exchange, Bonds, Grain, Cot on, Provisions, Et?. NEW YORK MONEY MARKET. New York, Feb. 11.?Money on cull steady, at -' per cent. Sterling <? 'cbung-e dull, with aetual business In bankers' bills at 4.S5l6'y4.St5. for demand, SiHl nt 4.W.4 for sixty days, Posted rates. 4.so . und l.SC-i'4.S61-'.. Commcr cinl bills. 4.8214?4.83. Uur silver, 51?% Mexican dollars, 47',.?. WEEKLY BANK STATEMENT. New York. Feb. 11.- The week:;, bank Statement shows the following change Surplus reserve, decreased.$1.940.850 Eoans, increased . is,516.70' Specie, Increased . 1.293.500 Inegal tenders, decreased . 1.225.200 Deposits, decreased. S.o:!6,COU deposits, Increased . K.036.6UO The banks now In hi $35,.">51,S2:l in ? cess of the requirements of the i" r cent. rule. NEW YORK PRODUCE MARKET. ; New York. Feb. 11. Flour inactiv '"but steady: Minnesota patent, 4.00(0 I 23 Eye Hour quiet; good to fair, 3.25@ft.40. Buckwheat flour dull. 1.90; Buckw...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 14 February 1899

yiU ???nillllllllll Ullllll1!"1111 uii lAAAjJ* IN TWO PARTS. ! rTTTTTT TTTTTTTM TTTTTTTTTTTTTTT TTTT TTTT TTTT imi i.niv c * 1 111 I 1 UCUUlllllll i i 111 I WEATHER FORECAST FOR T0-0?Y 3 - 3 NORFOLK. AND VICINITY? ? 3 Fair: not so cold, northwts^ wind*, c a TEMPERATURE YESTERDAY: c ? Maximum, JJ: Minimum, 9. | MY T TT , T TT TTT TT 1 TT TT T TT T T TTf T TT T YT TTTT TT? TTTT r 1 ml ? VOL. II?NO. 115. NORFOLK, VA? TUESDAY, FEBBUAltY 14, 1899?TWELVE PAGES. THREE CENTS PER COPY ILOILO BOMBARDED AND CAPTURED Filipinos Ignore General Miller's Dsmand for Surrender, Anseel by Preparations to Figbt?Th-3 Petrel and Baltimore Shell the Town, Which is-Evacuated by the Garrison Atter Applying the Torch?Americans Take Pos? session and Extinguish the Flate?Still FiglitinJ at Manila?Aguinaldo's Movements. TROOPS LANDING AT ILOILO UNDER THE GUNS OF UNITED STATES WARSHIPS. It is probable that the American troops entered Hollo over this bridge, as it is the only approach to the city. THE FALL OF ILO...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 14 February 1899

_WJMJtQ_ ,-117 ANTED . ? TO PURCHASE A W small grocery doing cash business. Address T. D., care this offlce._ foil-21 V ^7e8~?ND " GENTLEMEN COR JU respondents for New York magazine, ol?o to take photographs for Illustrating. Good camera supplloclfree Addressed en? velope for terms. COLONIAvL MAGA? ZINE. 106 Park Row. Now ^ork. fe!4-7t T A D I E S TO MAKE SAMPLE JU patches at home: ?6 to ?10 weokly; no canvassing: reply ?^v'dopc for sample ?nd particulars. FOSTER MACHINE CO.. 62? West 29th street, New York._It w "ANTED?A POSITION AS SALES mnn or clerk in any kind of busi? ness: threo years exper enee; reforenco glvon. Address C, Gllmerton, Vs., earo Postmaster._feb!2-lw* YOUNG MAN WANTS POSITION as stenographer and bookkeeper; can give references. Address, staUng sal? ary L. T. D. care Vlrglnlan-Pllot. fe3-lw?_ WANTED ? EVERBODY TO BUY ovr Teas. Coffees. Every purchaser Is entitled to guess the number beans contoincU In a Mason Quart Jar. Tho person guessing nearest will receive a g...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 14 February 1899

WEATHER REPORT. For Virginia: Fair; not eo cold in northwest portion; high northwesterly .winds; elowly diminishing. For North Carolina: Fair; not 60 cold In western and central portions; diminishing westerly winds. Nortoin nnd Vicinity. .WEATHER FORECAST FOR TO-DAY Fair and colder; moderating this af? ternoon; northwest winds. TEMPERATURE, RAINFALL AND HUMIDITY. Maximum temperature. 13 Minimum temperature . 9 Normal temperature. 43 Departure from normal.minus 32 Departure since Jan. 1.minus 143 Rainfall in past 24 hours.45 Rainfall since 1st of month.3.99 Mean humidity . 100 Depth of snow up to 8 p. m. this date, 14 Inches. Thickness of ice In harbor, 4 Inches. CALENDAR. Sun rises, 6:05 a. m.; sets, '5:45 p. m. TIDES. Norfolk: High water. 0:00 a. m.; 12:07 p. m. Low water, 6:00 a. m.; 6:15 p. m. Old Point: High water. 11:39 a. m.; 11:46 p. m. Low water, 5:45 a. m.; 5:51 p. in. DIBUi SELIG.?At her residence. No. 60 Fen church street, Monday, February 13th. 3899. at 8:15 a. in.. Mrs....

Publication Title: Virginian-Pilot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 14 February 1899

VIRGINIAN-PILOT. ?BT THE? (VIRGINIAN AND PILOT PUBLISHING j COMPANY._r_ I0RF0LI VIRGimilll ARD DAILY PILOT. (Csnsolldatea March. MM.)_ ' Entered at the Poetofflce at Norfolk. ]Va., is second-class matter._ OFFICE: PILOT BUILDING?. CITY HALL AVENUE. NORFOLK, VA._ " OFFICERS: A. H. GRANDY. President; la. OLENNAN. Vice-Presleent: W. 8. WILKINSON, Treasurer; JAMES K. AL? LEN Secretary. BOARD OF DIRECTORS: A. H. Grandy, U. Glennan. L. D. Starke. Jr., ' T. W. Shelton. R. W. SbulUce. James E. Alle?, D. F. Donovan. v_ TbREKCENTH percopt. SUBSCRIPTION RATI?S: The VIROINIAN-PILOT Is delivered to subscribers by carriers In Norfolk and vicinity, Portsmouth, Berkley. Suffolk. ,W?3t Norfolk. Newport News, for 10 cents per woek. payable to the carrier. By mall, to any place in the United Eutea. postage free: PA11.Y, oue> year - ? ?S.oo - nix raoutlil ... .St.OO ?? I tire a nonttu - ? 1.3 O ? ???month - ? ? i .ao ADVERTISING RATES: AdTurtlse imonts insertea at the rats of 75 cents a flquare, fir...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 14 February 1899

ABSOIAJlEiy .PURE ftAKINO Powder Makes the food more delicious and wholesome koyu baking povw?? co., (irw von*. FRIEF 1 EMS OP IHTEKESr, Atlantic Lodge of Masons had work In the third degree last night. The Select Council holds its Feb? ruary meeting to-night. The School Board meetB In monthly session this afternoon. Dr. J. Wilton Hope will remove from York county to Hampton, and take up the practice of his brother, Dr. Thos. P. Hope, who died a few* days ago. Visitors to Norfolk yesterday, com? pared with visitors on February 13, 1898, were "few and far between." ?.earn to Nay ".No" When a dealer offers you something "just as giod" In place of Hood's Sarsa parllia There can be no substitute for America's Greatest Medicine. HOOD'S PILLS euro nausea, sick headache, bllllousness and all liver Ills. Price, 25 cents. BR&HBLETOR WARD. There will be a free distribution ot soup to the poor of Brambleton ward to-day at the corner of Park and Clni borne avenues, opposite Thomas' gro? cer...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 14 February 1899

IE UPPER BHD 101? HOUSE (Continued from First Page.) from tho streets of "Washington city was adopted. Tlic appropriation for vegetable path? ological investigations was Increased from ?22.500 to ?32,500, provided that S5 000 should be used for tho Investiga? tion of tho disease known as "little peach." Mr. Tillman offered an amendment appropriating $7,500 for "investigation and experimentation with, fertilizers end fungicides, on the causes of blight in Sea Island cotton and in water mel? ons, aud the remedies for the same." The amendment was agreed to. TEA CULTURE. Mr. Tillman also offered the follow? ing amendment which was agreed to: "To enable the Secretary of Agriculture to investigate and report on the cost of making tea and the best methods of cultivation and preparing the same for market, so as to demonstrate whether it Is practicable to introduce its culture in the Southern States as a profitable Industry, $5,000." The bill was then passed. Mr. Teller, Colorado, then made ...

Publication Title: Virginian-Pilot
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 14 February 1899

NEWS FROM RICHMOND AND OTHER PARTS OF VIRGINIA. THE STORM AT RICHMOND Worse Than the Celebrated Visitation of PLAYED HAVOC EVERYWHERE Trains Tlctl Up tu tho Snow-SnnTer? Idr Amone tlto Poor ? Nnburbnu HeslOers Cut Oir ? Know Extend* All Ovor VlrBluItt?XcMOrU For Piitpplyluc t'nel itnU I'ro visions hadiien Dentbs. (Special to Virglnlan-Pilot.) Richmond, Va., February 13.?It Is believed to-day's snow storm all over Virginia is tho heaviest on record worse than tho celebrated storm of "67," -which has become historic. Snow began falling here heavily 2 o'clock Saturday af? ternoon, and there was hardly any re? laxation of the storm's fury until G o'clock to-night. The fall ceased at 8 o'clock, and it was bright and clear at 11, with the mercury at 9 above. The snow here Is 17 Inches deep. There are drifts in many parta of the city that reach a depth of S feet, and in some In? stances, 15. The Atlantic Coast Line train from the South came in at 5 o'clock this morning. The Southern Railwa...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 14 February 1899

SENATOR OF A LOST RACE Revels is a Discendani of Raleigh's* Missing Colony. Beerst of the Croatian Tribe-The Fi? mom Settlers Were Not M?innerco, bot Affllalcd With n Frirndly and rowerfnl Nation of Indians. A correspondent at St. Louis writ? ing to the Philadelphia Record, recites some Interesting colonial history, In discussing the ancestry of Hiram Revels. Former United States Senator Hiram R. Revels, of Mississippi, says the correspondent, has always been classed as a negro. He was a tall, well built man, with the chocolate skin and curly hair of an African an<| the de? vout bearing of his profession?the min? isterial. He served during the recon? struction period, never being known as prominent, but always as a representa? tive, colored man. Revels was not a negro. Dr. C. A. Peterson, of St. Louis, who has made a study of the lost Roanoke (Va.) colony, says that Rev? els is a descendant of that mystery ehroudcd band that Sir Walter Raleigh Bent to Roanoke Island In 1587. "The...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 14 February 1899

THE NEWS FROM THE PhD NORTH STATE AND ITS CAPITAL RALEIGH NEWS BUDGET Narrow Escape of Children From Death. VISITORS TO STATE MUSEUM C'nban ? xlitblla For Ibo "(nr on wiici'b" ? A Wnlflr*Mclpu Baiser Lose* I'anta nutl Alouey ? l.cglsln torn Hcncb Hie Capital Tlirougli" Kiahtcou iiiaiicB of suon -Netware For ti>e l'rotceilwu or Cut Ho. Raleigh, N. C, Feb. 13.?A dispatch from Lenoirsays: With the thermometer at IS degrees at 11:30 Saturday night the lire alarm was heard and it was found that Mr. J. K. Price's house was on lire. When Mr. Price waked the llnmes were to be Been between the weather-boarding and ceiling, and the family, consisting ot four children, made their escape in their night clothes, and as they disappeared from the room the lire burned through the celling and the room was In a blaze In a minute. The furniture on the first floor was saved. The house was so far gone that it was Impossible to save It, at* the fire could not be reached on the second floor, where they...

Publication Title: Virginian-Pilot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 14 February 1899

PORTSMOUTH LOCAL NEWS AINP ADVERTISEMENTS PORTSMOUTH AND NORFOLK COUNTY What Virginian-Pilot Rep? resentatives Hear Daily. BRIEF ITEMS OF INTEREST Til* Jlotfinotlti or Heopl? In Whom ihr Average Reader la Inter rated?Hapiisnlugi In Legnl?Baa Ines?, Rellseona mid noclnl Cir? cle*-A Fureenat of future The attention of members of Mon tauk Tribe No. 55, I. O. R. M., is called to the notice In this issue calling them out to attend the funeral of Mr. Thos. Las6lter. A telegram was received yesterday morning by Mrs. E. R. Barksdale from her brother, J. S. Miller, announcing the death of their father. Judge D. C. Miller, In Marlon, Va? Sunday evening at 6:30 o'clock. An entertainment, which was ar? ranged to be given at the Court Street Presbyterian Church to-night, has been postponed Indefinitely owing to the severity of the weather. Congressman .T?te, of Georgia, ? reached the city Sunday night cn route from the South for Washington. The funeral of Brian D. McGrath was held at the home of...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 14 February 1899

PORTSMOUTH LOCAL NFW8 ?ND ADVERTISEMENTS. _?_ Continued. flen's Overcoats! Just now la overcoat selling time. Some dealers aay U'a a p'ty to let them go for ?o little. It wouldn't take suoh a cut to move them, but we want to do it in a hurry. "Tlsn't ttis right policy to carry them over. We won't do It! $3.98 for Overcoats which sold up to $6.50. $5 48 for Overcoats which sold up to $8 00. $7.45 for Overcoats which sold up to $12.50. $10.00 for Overcoats which sold up to $18.00. Special cut on Men' Worsted Trousers. Everybody knows what pretty patterns they are?11.48 for Pants which sold up to ?2.50; $2.50 for Pants which sold up to ?4.00. 8HOB DEfPART5IBNT.?We find we aro overloaded with Winter Shoes, To reduce our stock, we will commence MOND v Y. - February 18th. to make a cut in pr'.co of ?very pair of Shoes for two weeks. Reil ab^e shoes at cut prices at THE BRANDT COMPANY. > 13 and 215 High St. STRICTLY ONE PRICE?FOR CASH Q.NLY. TJe DesKli ol mm fans T ee that Washington he...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 14 February 1899

NORFOLK MARKETS. For Grain, hau, Groceries, Provision, jcc. ttiioinilon* at Wholesale Prices, iinlc.? ollior?l>i> ntiituil, i?ntl prices are subject lo Uoottiitllou (it market GRAIN, HAY, ETC. OO-BfN??White. 42c: from store, 45c.; tnlxed, 41c: from store. 43c. M lid. FEED?Market steady; bran, from store, $15.50; mid.Hin?, from store, $16.59; ?hlpstulY. $16.60. OATS-Steady: mixed. 3Gc; white, 35c HAY?No. 1, 112.00 per ton; No. 2, 111 00 per ton, fr-m store. MILLED RJOE?As to grades?to 6f?p. ROUGH RICE?CG'<i73c. per bushel. PEANUTS ANB PEAS. PEANUTS?Market steady new fancy. 3Hc; strictly prime, 3Vic; prime, 3c; common i&fAc\ Spanish. SOc. per bushel PEAS-Blaokeye. new. ?2.00 per bag. COUNTRY PRODUOE. FRUITS. ETC. POULTRY?Live dull: chickens, old, 25 ?30c; spring chickens, steady, at 15<ji22<-.: ucks, mud, 20c; turkeys, live, 10c.; dressed, 12@lSc. KGGS?Unsteady rising, 22?J0:. BUTTE'H?Good country. 12 to 15c HAMS?Qu let; SmithtUld. fancy, 15 lo 16c; Virginia, countr...

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