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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 18 February 1899

SOME SEVERE WINTERS Eighteen Hundred and Fifty Seven Comparatively Mild? Nnow Xonrljr i? Foot Deep nnd Frnltn Killed Hl 1771-1" 1770*80 All Ho roniH He fore or Since Mere Ecllpsed-l'old Fneis? As the result of a browbeating by n most highly respected, "one of the old? est inhabitants," the reporter of the Virglnlan-Pilot was forced to acknowl? edge that the winter of '9S-'99 has not been so very warm; that '57 must have been a corker; that the praiseworthy record of the Norfolk electric cars could not have been made forty-two years ago, etc. Hut the scribe had an abiding faith In the vicinity of Norfolk ?In its past, present and future?and he felt that there must be some really great winter recorded in our history. A GLANCE BACKWARD. fining back just one hundred years lo the winter of 1798-'99, cold weather was encountered. Oh, yes: one could have walked across the Ice to Ports? mouth, or he could have driven over the channel from Qosport down to Lambert's 1 Int it at Is, it he had ...

Publication Title: Virginian-Pilot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 18 February 1899

A DULL DAY IN CONGRESS The Senate Sends Sympathy to France. CADETS TO BE APPOINTED I'nint Ina? of Revolutionary It'nr Heenes Tendered und Accepted - a N?n ?>l Cnplnln Urltlley, of Urwey'ii rin-siiip. mill a Itrollior ol Worlli Unit ley Will 11? Simla Cartels ,\?v nl Appropriation Kill. (By Telegraph lo VIrglnlan-Filot.) Washington, I>. <'.. Fob. IT.?At its scssl ii It lay th ? fc( als adopted a resolut; n Insi,uct'?"j th: v?ec-P?< dent of the United Slates, as president of tin- Senate, to express to the gov? ernment and the people of Franco the sympathy of the Senate in the bereave, ment that has fallen upon I ho French republic in tin death of President Fuu re. NAVAL PERSONNEL BILL. The naval personnel bill, for which the Navy Department has been con? tending for so many years, was passed by the Senate this afternoon. It was under discussion for several hours, but was passed practically in the form in Which it was reported by the Senate committee. Its provisions have he...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 18 February 1899

NEWS FROM RICHMOND AND OTHER PARTS OF VIRGINIA. Suffering From Heaviest Flood Ever Known, Whnrve* UnderWnterorMwc|il Hundred* DfUeltnvS Flooded -Cool Elevators Unriied und Lighting IM mi i submersed. (By Telegraph to Vlrfiln!an-Pllot.) Richmond, Va.. Feb. 17.?The situa? tion to-night is pitiable and alarming) niai still Browing more alarming every moment. The fear of high water lias been realized, and the rush of the In? creased volume and the Ice from the upper James, together with the bach water from the gorging of Ihe Ice below the city, has resulted In one oC the heaviest Moods ever known here. The wharves at the RockcttS, the landing place for steamers and the streets for blocks around are under water, and the Virginia. Navigation Company's wharf has been swept away. The depressed section of the city, between Shockoe and Church Hills, is also under water, and hundreds of cellars are flooded. Early to-night it was reported that the Manchester end of the Mayo bridge, connecting R...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 18 February 1899

THE NEWS FROM VIRGINIA CONTINUED FROM PAGE SEVEN Plans of a Southwest Virginia Iron Magnate. Tbo Rorcr BI Inc? lo lie R?opi>ncd nnil Operated ? Sovfrnl Myincneul Von? tnru?lumirnuco Aftsoclntloii Or* E an I soil - Accidental Mmol I iiu. Roanoke, Va., Feb. 17.?It Is definite ly known that Mr. George L. Carter, tho Southwestern Virginia iron mag? nate, has secured control of the Crozer iron Company's twin furnace property in this city. The combination of which Mr. Carter is the moving spirit, has control of all furnace property In all of Southwest Virginia, now in operation, except the Dora furnace at Pulaski, and the Salem furnace at Salem. It is believed that an effort will be mittle to secure control of tho output of these two furnaces by the company that now holds the reins, so far as all others nre concerned, in the iron-pro? ducing section of the State, jt was probably owing to the contemplated change that the supply of ore was al? lowed to run out, thus compelling the recent...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 18 February 1899

THE NEWS FROM THE OLD NORTH STATE AND ITS CAPITAL, NEWS AND GOSSIP FROM RALEIGH Legislature Adopts the Fran? chise Amendment. CAPTAIN DAY IS DILATORY Ho I'nliH to Mioir l |i and Mkii nil Agreement lo ItolliiqulNli Conduct of Mut ePrlaon?GrccitsboroAdopl ? DiiBtiiMry ? Amendment to ton atltutlou, ?igfritiicliiniiii; Many Negroes Supporte?! by n. Minority. Raleigh, N. C, Feb. l".?in accord? ance with the willingness of Captain TV'. H. Day, expressed before the Senate Judiciary Committee to leave his course In the penitentiary matter in the hands of a committee of several Senators, the necessary papers have been drawn. The agreement as drawn by the committee provides that Captain Day shall relin? quish his conduct of the state prison on Monday, February the 20th, reserv? ing, of course, his privilege to test the validity of the law reorganizing the prison in the courts. The papers were placed In the hands of Senator Glenn to be signed by Captain Day, who, it was understood, would appea...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 18 February 1899

PORTSMOUTH LOCAL NEWS'?ND ADVERTIfiFMfmtq PORTSMOUTH AND NORFOLK COUNTY What Virginian-Pilot Rep? resentatives Hear Daily. BRIEF ITEMS OF INTEREST Ihe Movement* or I'eoplo lu Whom llio Aver??? Header I* Inlcr rmni-Hnppenlnfr* ? ?? i.?"si?i ? Bim in. ???., Kelliteoiis mid Noclnl ?ir eleu A t'uri'i'iiti of I'uiurc Events. Mr. N. K. Lugoff. of tlie Seaboard Air Line, returned yesterday from Chi? cago, where he hail been to attend ihe funeral of Mrs. A. Burnett, the mother of Mrs. Lugoh*, wh.i died In that city a few days ago: aged 05 years. Monumental Church- Preaching at 11 a. in. and 7::iu p. in. by the pastor, Rev. L. B, Betty. David Lawrence ami Richard Pope, colored, will sojourn at the county Jail for a period of three month.-', in default of lines nf $.";0 each for llimflamlng n countryman out of a small amount of cash. Justices Alnsworth and Haynea heard the case Jointly. Samuel L. ?lbbs, of Staunton, Is vis? iting Mrs. R. Kranit Brooks, on Glas? gow street. Mayor Balrd will ho...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 18 February 1899

In order to close out the balance of our Winter Stock, we will ofler for the next ten days, the following inducements: $3.90 for Men's Overcoats, worth $6.00. $6.90 for Aden's Overcoats, both light and dark colors, worth $10.00., $3.90 for Men's Suits, worth $6.00. $v90 for A\en's Suits, worth $10.00. $8.90 for Men's Suits, worth $15.00. All our SOc. Heavy Weight Underwear, now 39c. All our $1.00 and $1.25 Heavy Weight Underwear, now 75c. BOYS' CLOTH I.NO AT LESS THAN COST. MEN'S HATS AT ft GREAT SACRIFICE. A special line of Men's Black and Tan Hose 8c. worth \$c. NEW YORK CLOTHING CO, (THE LEADING HOUSE OF PORTSMOUTH ) ?M HIGH STREET. PORTSMOUTH. VA. flen's Overcoats! Just now Is ovoro at selling time. Some dealers say It's n p'ty to let them go for so little It wouldn't tulte such a cut to move them, l>ut we want to <lo it In a hurry. 'Ttsn'l Hie right policy to carry t hem over. We won't do It! $3.98 lor Overcoats which sold up to $6.50. $5 48 for Overcoats which sold up to...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 18 February 1899

REVIEW OF MARKETS FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL Stocks, Money, Exchange, Bonds, Grain, Cotton, Provisions, Etc. Now York. Feb. 17.?There wore ad? vances in stock prices to-day winch were material In the standard stocks, and the market lefl oft buoyant at the best. Transactions reached nearly it million shared for the llrst time In some weeks. Some hesitancy was manifest nt the opening in view of the possibil? ity of foreign developments which might follow the death of the President of the French Republic. The fractional declines In the London and local mar? ket were checked when Paris appeared a.s a buyer in London, which had a re? assuring effect. Noticeably weak fea? tures in the early trading were Sugar, Tobacco and UurlhiKton. These stocks one after another were taken in hand and carried tVell ab ive last night, tho rise from the lowest teaching VA In Tobacco and in Burlington. Many traders viewed the action of yester? day's market as indicating a resump? tion of a bull movement and ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 19 February 1899

?lllillllliiiimi.ii.nl '"?1111)11111111111 jnii? J IN TWO PARTS. VOL. II. NO. iao. ruiiiimixiiiiiiuimiin irrrniitxixu tUtm WEATHER FORECAST FOR TO-DAY P. _ & NORFOLK AND VICINITY? | 3 Rain very probable; stationary tern* S j perature; fresh east to south winds. r e"t*t ...rrrTfrrrfTrfttttttttt?ttttt.rrtttttt-.rrrni NORFOLK, Y.Y., SI NDAV. FEBRUARY U>. 1$99. SIXTEEN FACIES. PRICE THREE CENTS. PRESIDENT FAURE'S SUCCESSOR The French Assembly Choos? es M. Loubet. -'- j DID NOT WANT THE HONOR t'nlit'll by 11 Decided Majority lo (lie I'resltli.y oi Hie lei-public. He Ones Ills Wnv Tlirnnsli Howling Mob* .Numbers of ?itponlttu: Fa?? ? Ion? Cugngo tu I'im ii uii'i -Mkelcli oi New President. .Oy Telegraph to Vlrglnlan-Fllot.l Purls, Fib. is. ?M. Loubet was elect? ed President of. the French republic this? afternoon. He received 4Sit votes, against l'T'j votes cast for M. Mcline and Do scattering. Tii.- National Assembly nut at Ver? sailles at 1 o'clock till:- afternoon. M. Loubet, ?re...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 19 February 1899

GENTT/BMAIN DESIRES WATIM room with board in private family: mate terms by tbo week Address ??PROMPT PAY," caro Vlrg.nlan-Pilot. It_. T-?dFeS AND OENTLEMEN COR JLi respondents for New York magazine, also to take photographs for Illustrating. Good camera supplied free. Addressed en? velope f?r terms. colonial MAGA? ZINE. ICC Park Row. New-A orte._fell-it Anted. ? first-oi .ass coo k ? noiio others need apply: kooi! sal? ary to Die right party. K Smith street. It*_ ?Y*7 A-NTED. - A RARE OPPORTU W nlty !s offered active party with ?mall capital Vj invest to pet a re.table, legitimate cash business, where expense:; aro very low. and with an ordinary amount "of labor from two to live thous? and dollnrs a year profit is assured. 1 his la a business chance that upon Investi? gation Will be found to be exactly as represented For personal (Interview ad? dress "business," care of Virginian Pilot. _ _fcl9-3t? ANTED?A POSITION as sTlES man or clerk in any kind ol busi? ness; three years experie...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 19 February 1899

WEATHER REPORT. Washington. I>. C, February 18.? Forecast for Sunday: Virginia and North Carolina?Fair; light variable winds. Norfolk mill Vicinity. WEATHER FORECAST FOR TO-DAY Rain very probable; stationary tem? perature; fresh Last to South winds. TEMPERATURE. RAINFALL AND HUMIDITY, Maximum temperature . 4S Minimum temperature . lit Normal temperature. 4"> 1)' parture from normal.minus 4 Departure since Jan. ist.mlnusl.85 Rainfall In past 24 hours. 0 Rainfall since 1st of mouth.1.33 Mean humidity. 96 CALENDAR. Sun rises, C:4i) a. in.; sets, 5:50 p. m. TIDES. Norfolk: High water, 4:"." a. m., 5:00 p. m. Low water. 11:04 a, m., io::.s p. n Old Point: High water. 1:11 a. m.. 4.4S p. m. Low water, 10:43 a. in.. U'::'.T |i. m. Monuman's and 6ramtoim, The selection of a suitable memorial In marble or gran lto can be readily made from cur stock, for we carry tho liirpe.-.t assortment of llnlsh ed designs In the South. THE COUPER MARBLE WORKS (K?tftbll?lieil 30 reitrs.) Inu-iort Him...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 19 February 1899

VIRGINIAN - PILOT. _ ? -BY THE? VIRGINIAN AND PILOT PUBLISHING COMPANY. NORFOLK VIRGINIAN AND DAILY PILOT. (Consolidated March, 1S3S.) Entered at tho Postofflee at Norfolk, ,Vu., as second-class matter. OFFICE: PILOT BCILDINQ, CITY HALL AVENUE. _NOR FOLK. VA._ OFFICERS: A. II, G It AN D Y, President; M. GLENN AN, Vlce-President: \V. S. WILKINSON. Treasurer; JAMES K. AL? LEN. Secretary. BOARD OK DIRECTORS: A. H. Grandy, M. Glen-tan, L. D. Starke, Jr.. ?- W. Shelton. R W. Shultlce, James E. Allen. D. p. Donovan. Til Kit: CKXTS l'ISK COCT. SUBSCRIPTION RATES*. The VIRGINIAN-PILOT Is delivered to subscribers by carriers In Norfolk and vicinity, Portsmouth, Berkley. Suffolk. .West Norfolk, Newport News, for 10 cents per week payablo to the carrier. By mail, to any place In tho United States, postapo free; JUA1I.T, our ye?r - J.VOO ?' alx months - a 00 " three inonltis - - 1.30 ** one moiitll ?? ? ? ??"?0 ADVERTISING RATES: Advertise? ments lnstrtca at the rate of T."i cents a Square, ili...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 19 February 1899

Makes the food more delicious nn&wholesome nOV?l DAK*T<Q POWPgW CO.. KCW VOBK. FLAKES MEANDER DOWN HIS BACK Bill Gossette's Sad Expert cnce-A Facinating Feature. SHORT SKIRTS "CATCH" HIM Temporary t'bnnva or Oflleo?The Singe IliMlerifOCS au I itciiiiitorl ni>ic r.\|>. rieuoo lu 11 riio<oi;rapb Onllery ? Vuclo 7. it Attends n Wnko aa Cnko Walk diu .Sumo KlBlit?1'linl Urdnutl ling. SNOWBALL, back of your hi ad and a handful of the icy Hakes down your collar and mean? dering over your spinal column like a ihld-w inter Shower bath of lii-wator. is not such a pleasant sensation w h e n the mercury I? two - stopping around the zero mark and ull na? ture, and a great deal t?j?t hl not na? ture. Is* covered with is Inches ?>f the Icy dUI I, but every bitter has Its sweet, and 1 'cant making any kick. 1 guess Its fun for the small boy to Ming their ley m hf1'">. we old roosters ought not to forget that wo were youngsters once; bui t<> be knocked off your bal? ance...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 19 February 1899

IN SOCIETY'S REALM Duties that In the rush of the winter have been neglected, now that the sea? son of Lenten ' penances has arrived, rise before us in their righteous might. Clad In a suitable garb >f suck cloth and ashes we begin violently to pay visits on poor relations who reside In the Buburbs?calls which have been laying over heads like grim night? mares?are conscientiously paid. And then, too, the men must be looked out for. Now there arc no receptions and card parties for them to attend, the so called meeker sex must see that they are sufficiently amused to keep them away from the pernlclousness of club life, and their spiritual welfare must bIbo be looked after and see that tiny are properly carried'to church. And while wo are making our Lenten sacri? fices suppose we deny ourselves the pleasure?the extreme, though wicked pleasure?of gossiping ubout our neigh - bor'a affairs. ? ? ? The unprecedented weather of last week and the commencement of Lent caused a great dearth ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 19 February 1899

4 WATT. RETTEW & CLAY. WATT. ItETTEW & CLAY. Store Closes Promptly at 6 P. Tl.; Saturdays, iO. watt. rettew & clay. WATT. RETTEV7 tk CLAY. Numerous Notions at Small Prices An Opportunity in Small Wares. This store would only be half a store were it to slight the thousand and one little things that are so needful in every home. Here are a few prices that plainly show where it is best to buy Notions. Marshall's Linen Thread?Sc. n spool. yards Basting Cotton- "<?. a spool. "Hump" Hooks and K>'es?1c. a card, colored Velveteen Binding, 3c. ? bunch Pearl Bh'.rt Buttons?2c. a dozen. Pearl Dress Buttons?all sizes?2 d'.zcn for .">r. Brn-ri l'lnsr-2c. a paper. Aluminum Hair Bins?5c. a dozen. Cast Steel Shears?any size?lOo. a pair collar Buttons?Ic. n dozen. Aluminum Taimli.es? lc each. Stockinet Dress Shields?3o. a pair. Tape, all widths?lc. sth U. Em Itsh Hair Pins?5 papers for lc. Invisible Hair Pins?lc. a box. Hair Brushes?10c. each. Dress Steels, nil ??o',ors-:o. a se...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 19 February 1899

THE RESCUE OF THE DIXONS How THy Escaped Freezing and Starvation. PERILOUS JOURNEY ON ICE Tiilrs ol TorrII?!c Sniti-rliig NcIlOlHI? em nnd (Moons Driven <<> Men by Drifting Ice ? five DoOtea Plant A-.iior. iu N in I lb'* Istnntl-Arrival or Overdue Menmera ? Admiral Detrey ffibateil? (By Telegraph lo Vlrglnla-Pllot.) Baltimore. Feb. 18.?A special from Cape Charles. Va., to the Herald says: Mrs. Thomas Dixon, Jr., and party ar? rived at the former's home in this city this afternoon at G o'clock, after a week of thrilling ami dangerous expe? rience aboard the yacht Dixie, whclh still lays frozen up in the ICC at Rouse's Hole channel, Brondwatcr, near Hog is? land, in charge of the captain. A PERILOUS TRIP. Confronted with the alternative of freezing and starving to death aboard the yacht or wading two miles across the Ice ami snow, where assistance could reach them, the;- decided this morning to make the start for the main land. The trip was a DcrllOUS and dangerous one. Mrs. ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 19 February 1899

Free to Virginian = Pilot T7he Virginian-Pilot's "Home Study Circle/' Systematic Studies in European History, Commercial Products. Governments oi the World, Literature and "the""World'* Great Artists* That our readers may understand what the "Home Stud) Circle" really means, and that they may have a due apprecia? tion of iis real value, we will make a clear statement of itv purpose and scope, as well as how the Virginian-Pilot is en? abled to furnish its readers, without cost to them, a course ot studies of such great excellence. This cosily enterprise is a great educational work, li was originated, developed and consummated by Mr. Viet r I'. Lawson, publisher and sole owner of the largest morning and evening newspapers in Chicago -the Chicago Record and the Chicago Daily News. Mr. Lawson is a man ol wealth: in fact, a millionaire, and with his great newspapers as a basis, he has organized an Educational Bureau, known as "The Home Study Circle,' with Prof, Seymour Eaton, of the Drex...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 19 February 1899

NEWS FROM RICHMOND AND OTHER PARTS OF VIRGINIA. FURNITURE. CARPETS. RUGS. OIL CLOTHS. LACE CURTAINS. WARDROBES. SIDEBOARDS. 9 ?L*xd over 8S6, 858 ?& 86O 3 CARPENTER ?3> Semi=Annual Trade Sale of Furniture, Carpets, &c. % A sale of unusual interest to the general public is now in progress. which, with several car loads of goods bought last month at the New York Furniture Exposition, will prove one of the biggest Bargain Sales in our history. BEDROOM SUITS. Unsurpassed as regards price, finish, style and design. Solid Mahogany, Walnut, An? tique or Golden Oak, at almost any price. CHIFFONIERS AND WARDROBES '?a??'Tn': amcl?just what is necessary to complete a well furnished bedroom. COUCHES, EASY CHAIRS. Ve?$. W in design, rich in color. Leather and in finish, choice GO-CARTS AND BABY CARRIAGES. leading manufacturer in the country. None like them in the city and no two aiike. Every one is a picture, and the price?why, cheaper than ever. WlflRRIQ PI4AIRQ What do you think of ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 19 February 1899

THE NEWS FROM VIRGINIA CONTINUED FROM PAGE TEH A Perilous Journey in Southwest Virginia. On Arrival nt Omlluallou Ttiry l|n<! to lie Cut I.noiio From Their Knrt* dies?Tbe tJcruinn lln|iiiHi Confer* coco -lelcbrittlon ? Dontb. Roanoke. Va., Feb. IS.?The Wash? ington correspondent of the Alexandria Gazette tells the following story of the adventures of a party In Southwest Virginia during the recent blizzard. In the party was Capt. Frank T. Lee, of. Roanoke: "Lawyer Pile, or Philadelphia, who arrived here la.st night from South? west Virginia, where he and three Vir? ginia gentlemen, Messrs. Preston and Dan Triers, of Ablngdon, and Frank Lee, of Koanoke, were compelled to go to sell some land, under United States statute. The sale took place forty miles from a railroad. They Blarted on horaeback and In a carriage. Be? fore they had gone many miles the carriage brojte down, and those, who were In lt-h'ad to abandon II nnd mount tiie horses that had been nttached to It. Lly the time ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 19 February 1899

THE NEWS FROM THE OLD NORTH STATE AND ITS CAPITAL, G> ! LOOK! Mr. S. DOZIER will open his elegantly appointed store, No, 206 Main Street (Academy of Music Building) 9 ISO at ?* at WHEN HE WILL EXHIBIT A NEW AND MAGNIFICENT - at at ? ? jHe respectfully solicits the patronage of his friends and the general public. These goods were purchased in person from first hands to meet the wants of an exacting and discriminating taste *j? *g <g <g ^5 SPECIAL ATTRACTIONS OFFERED ON THE OPENING DAY IN EMBROIDERIES, SELDOM IF EVER SEEN BEFORE IN NORFOLK. ?* O 3> ? 3> O O "^0<S> 0<^4>?f><>-*b ? JL O T in rsiEiw RHONE: ?22. 450 RALEIGH NEWS BUDGET The Suffrage Amendment an Easy Winner. A WHITE MAN'S GOVERNMENT Freedom From Negro Rnio Asamned In ibo Old North Klitto For Hnnj Years ???Jim Crow'' Cur Bill ? Do< mcsllcntlon of Forolg-n Cariiorna (loiia-Blg Claim For Interest? In* siirniice Legislation, Ll.JS >- ' i f^TBT^KP!.; ? ?' (Special to Virginian-Pilot.) "...

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