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

A?seiLusEH?r -Pure Makes the food more delicious and wholesome ROVAL OAKtsC POWDER CO., HEW YORK. CORNER STOMi LAYING Ceremony by Oldest Masonic Lodge in the Country. ritose WUo Will Juke Pari Hi Hie Kx> orrl<K'i I lie Iteoord. of >l. Juliii?* I.uduo lor Uno Hundred Ku<l l'iriy-oi.lit Years* The corner-stone of tho Confederate monument will be laid by the oldest lodges In this country. Norfolk Lodge No. 1 was character by the Grand Lodge of Scotland June 1st, ITH, and . hartered by the Grand Lodge of Vir? ginia October 29th, 1700. The exercises will take place to-day at I o'clock p. in. and Grice Command ery No. 10 will act us an escort. Nor? folk Lodge No. 1, Plekctt-Buch^ nnti Camp will net as an cscorl for the Masonic organizations. Major a. Myers will he chief marshal of Clue Lodges. OFFICERS NORFOLK LODGE. Tho olllccrs of Norfolk Lodge are: F. C. Cliisnell, worshipful master; W. s. Morris, Jr., senior warden; A. T. Hof helmcr, Junior ...

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

WORK OF CONGRESS YESTERDAY Senate Considers Army Re? organization Bill. THE PUBLIC BUILDING BILLS Ncnnlors Allen niul ?luny Fire Hot KtioK nl Eiit'b Other Over llnporl Itrcoiumpiiilliis A|t|>ro|>rlalloiifl 'llic Army Beorsj nnlxnlton Kill Provoke* Nfilrllril Dclinlo- Tile Btnvn.1 Hill lu Mio House. (By Telegraph to Vlrglnlan-Pllot.) Washington, Fol). 21.?Formal dis cussion of the llull-llawley army re? organisation hill was begun In the Senate this afternoon. Mr. Hawlcy and Mr. Warren (Heps.) supported the measure, and Mr. Mitchell and Mr. Cockrell (Democrats) opposed it, while Mr. Proctor (Rep.) addressed the Sen? ate In favor of some amendments which he had proposed to the bill. A SENATOR OBJECTS. All the speakers are members of the Committee on Military Affairs. Soon after the Senate convened Mr. Pettigrew (S. D.) presented resolutions of the Legislature of South Dakota, urging the Senators of that State to support the treaty of peace. Commenting upon the re...

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

Here is a List of the eminent Educators who will contribute to the Spring term of the Virginian-Pilot's Home Study Circle. Edwin A. Grosvenor, M. A , Professor of European History, Amhcrst College. Dana C. Munro, Ph. D., Professor of Mediaeval History, Univer? sity of Pennsylvania. ? George Emery Fellows,Ph. D., r^ofessor of History, University of Chicago. Samuel B. Harding, Ph. D., Professor of History, University of 1 ndlana. Willis M. West, M. A., Professor of History, University of Minnesota, Dr. William P. Wilson, Director of the Philadelphia Commercial M useum. John C. Van Dyke, L. H. D., Professor of (he History of Art, Holsers College. Russell Sturgis,Ph.D.,F.A.I.A. Author of "European Architecture," Art _ tir-HUs-nf?tb+"~N*w- York Times. - Rev. James M. Hoppin, D. D., Professor of the History of Art, Yale University, Albert Shaw, Ph. D., Editor of Hie "American Monthly Pcvlcw of Reviews." J. Whipple Jcnks, A.M.,Ph.D., Professor of Political Science, Cornell University. Jess...

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

NEWS FROM RICHMOND AND OTHER PARTS OF VIRGINIA. OUR RICHMOND HEWS LETTER Condition of James River Thought to Be Serious. IT IS RISING VERY RAPIDLY Waitia chemistry nnd notnnj Intro* fluent lu l'iiblle Hclioola-AasniiM? cd by United Ntutcw Uarabftl .1 i>i! 11 J. Cocke, or 1'rliico fitorgc Ap? j polatcd-'lho X< \\ 1.1 ikf Workii n( Aloxnndi ln?Dentb of Jlr. Ttlycri. (Special to Virginian-Pilot.) Richmond, Vn., Feb. 21.?Tho condi? tion of James river is fully as serious as it has been in a week. The kotkc extending across the river from the Old Dominion wharves has been broken to? day, but a new one has formed at Chafln's Uluff. So far as the gorge is concerned conditions arc not greatly Improved. To the menace of the gorge is added the danger of rising water. There may not be a freshet as the result of melt? ing snow up the river, but there is a1 big rise 011 the way hero. There lins heen a rise in the river here to-day To-night there is a rise of seventeen feet ...

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

THE NEWS FROM THE OLD NORTH STATE AND ITS CAPITAL RALEIGH NEWS BUDGET One Days Work in the Leg? islature. SUPREME COURT DECISIONS Proposition <>> Withdraw Exemption From Taxnllon or Stock? Owned in i riiNi-i i>> <"oileges-Rutsoi lux? ation Considered ? Tlireo Hour* Lively Debute on tlic Jim t row Car Bill- Its Provisions. (Special to Virglnlan-Pllot.) Raleigh, N. C, Feb. 21.?A bill was introduced In the House to-day to strike out tho colleges which own stock in trusts l>y withdrawing the exemption of their property from taxation. The House in committee of the whole considered the revenue bill and fixed the poll-tax at $1.20. the general State tax 21 2-.'! cents, the pension lax 3 1-3 cents, and the school tax at 12 cents. Total, 43 cents. JIM CHOW CAR BILL. The feature of the day was the debate on tho Jim Crow car bill, which lasted over three hours. The substitute bill proposed by the committee was adopted...

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

PORTSMOUTH LOCAL NEWS A ND ? DV EIRTIS E?M El NTS PORTSMOUTH ?ND NORFOLK COUNTY What Virginian-Pilot Rep? resentatives Hear Daily. BRIEF ITEMS OF INTEREST Hie iiovciinmi of i'cople lu Wimm Dip ATrn>co Itoailer Ik Iiuer rsiotl? H?|t|t<*iilllE<i in I.cshI-Bni* inII'? i1 - ? "<!?? mill Social ? lr den A lorcniil of In Ml re Events, Judge Portlock will return from Flor? ida to-day, ami will hold court to-inor tow. One of the mail boils from Baltimore came in yesterday morning and wem out ngaln last night. Mir? Jennie Blanehard, of Richmond, arrived In the city yesterday on a visit to relatives In South Portsmouth. Stonewall famp. Confederate Vete? rans, will go to Norfolk to-day to at? tend Hie laying of the corner-stone of the Confederate Monument In that city. Mr. W. H. Barnes, deputy clerk of the County Court, was taken with a relapse yesterday and is considered much worse. Yesterday morning Mr. W. L>. War don, who lives In the c...

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

PORTSMOUTH LOCAL NEWS AND ADVERTISEMENTS. _._ Continued. THE Xv?JSTT OUT ! 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 56.00. $6.90 for A\en's Overcoats, botli light and dark colors, worth $10.00. $3.90 for A\en's Suits, worth $6.00. $5.90 for A\en's Suits, worth $10.00. $8.90 for Men's Suits, worth $15.00. All our 50c. Heavy Weight Underwear, now 39c. All our $1.00 and $1.25 Heavy Weight Underwear, now 75c. BOYS' CLOTHING AT LESS THAN COST. MEN'S HATS AT A GREAT SACRIFICE. A special line of Men's Black and Tan Hose 8c. worth 15c. MEW YORK CjLQTHIMG CO,, (THE LEADING HOUSE OF PORTSMOUTH ) 211 Iliail STREET. . PORTSMOUTH. VA. THREE ?TTH?CTiONS^ WHICH MEN OFGOODT'STE/YIU >T APPRECIATE No. I?Men's Stylish Cheviot Suits, Blue or Black, $7.25, sold all season at $10 00. No. II?Sale of Men's Trousers, about 200 pairs included see window. No. Ill?Advance Sale Blue Serge, m...

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

REYIEW OF MARKETS FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL Stocks, Money, Exchange, Bonds, Grain, Cotton, Provisions, Etc. New York, February 21.?As a result of to-day's trading on the Stock Kx change the standard shares were gener? ally of! fractionally, while the coalers improved materially, the advance In Jersey Central being about 4 points, While the changes In the Industrials are mixed. The Specialties and the In? dustrials showed pronounced strength In the early dealings, then became f. verish, with alternate displays of weakness and strength. The continen? tal and London markets showed some flrmhess alter the early dealings, partly Influenced by the Hank of Germany's reductions In irVi rate of discount. Commission house buying was large In tho early dealings, but excepting the Industrials, changes were not notable. Tobacco continued its upward move? ment until a rumor was disseminated that the short Interest had received In? timations that a private settlement of their short commitments coul...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 23 February 1899

yiniiiiiiiitmnmm i Iii? ??"""""?" mur 113 Pages| 3 t \ IN TWO PARTS, t \ 111 fcfs* l^ITI II H~W l~tAtkLF ?ftlST FOR TO.fl&Y I i?|ll?Tt|llt4J?Xll WEATHER FORECAST FOR TO-UAY NORFOLK. AND VICINITY-? c 3 Generally fair! cold;t [a afternoon - 3 and at night fresh westerly winds. t c Sn"?TtTTTTrtTT?TTTTyT?TTTtTTTTT?Tn TTT TTTTT TTTTTn VOL. II?ISO. 123. NORFOLK, VA., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1890?TWELVE PA?ES. THREE CENTS PER COPY. CANNED BEEF IS NO GOOD Court of Inquiry Hears More Testimony. THE RECALL OF DR, DALY II?; Teil? vi tin. Powell Kxpcrl mom \Vi(l> ls<? < s ou Wlilcli Flies Would Not Rcmrelu? II? Will llnve In Face die lie prone n In live? or I'll i' U 1 liileuses I,ill or Oilier H II uesses Testify. (My Telegraph to Virctn'.an-Pllot.) Washington, I). C, Feb. 22.?Tn-day'a proceedings of tho court of Inquiry, In? vestigating tin; beef controversy, devel? oped little that was new. The testi? mony, with the exception of that of Dr. Daly, s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 23 February 1899

lost. I I OST.?S ATD KD AY liTVl-JNTNQ. BK - 1 twreii new market and Commercial Plate Russia Leather Poeketbook, with L B.' 15LI NCO10, Ashland. Vn., stamped til gold letters on Inside cover. Liberal reward If returned to room 422 Citizens Hunk Building._fclil-Sf ^wantedT_ A D I E S TO STAKB BAM 1M,K patches at home; Jij to $10 weekly; no canvassing; reply onvutopo for sample ond particulars. FOSTER MACHINE CO.. Kfc West 29th street. New York._It Y\r~ANTi:i'-Tu pcuci'iASK one ok T> two lots ut Park Place for cash. Address MltS. CARRIE L. WHITE. 28th street. Pirk Place, between Lowelyn and Dobree avenues. Ic22-3t* Wf ANTED.?TO PURCHASE! A SEC V? ond hand hook case or letter llle. Address P. O. Pox 170. Norfolk, Vu. fe^l-?t*_ _agents w^JN*T!:Jclu? \\r ANTED. ? RELIABLE SALES ?? nu n io sell the best specialty ever placed on the liuirkct. Staple article und ready seller, afford ng a large profit. There Is a steady and Increasing demand for it In all sections. No samples re? ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 23 February 1899

WEATHER REPORT. WEATHER FORECAST. For Virginia: Generally fair: some What colder; fresh north to west winds. For North Carolina: Generally fair: colder; fresh to brisk west to north winds. rVoriolK nml Vicinity. WEATHER FORECAST FOR TO? DAY. Generally fair; colder in afternoon and ut night; fresh westerly winds. METEOROLOGICAL. DATA. Maximum temperature. 70 | Minimum temperature. 41' Normal temperature. 44 Departure from normal.plus 13 Departure from normal since Jan? uary 1st.minus 155 I Rainfall In past 24 hours.18 Rainfall since 1st of month.4.51 Mean humidity.? 113 CALENDAR. Sun rises 6:44 n. m.; sets 5:3! p. m. tides. Norfolk: High watet' 7:51 a. in., S:15 p. m.j low water 1:30 n. m., 2:05 p. m. Old Point: High water 7:30 a. m.. 9:51 p. m.; low water 13jG9 a. in., 1:44 p. m. DIED, SPA1NH.?At Ilm resilience of her son. R. L. Spalne. Norfolk and Western Rail? road shops, near Lake avenue yesterday morning at 1:27 o'clock, EMILY mason BPAINH. in the 69th year of her age. Tho funer...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 23 February 1899

VIRGINIAN - PILOT. VIRGINLVN AND PILOT PUBLISHING COMPANY. hORFOLK VIRGINIAN AND DAILY PILOT. (Consolidated March, 1S08.) Entered at the Postofflce at Norfolk, ,Va., as second-class matter. (OFFICE: PILOT BUILDING, t_. C1TV IIALL AVENUE, NORFOLK, VA. OFFICERS: A. H. GR ANDY, President; M. GLKNNAN. Vlce-Prcsldent: W. S. WILKINSON. Treasurer; JAMES K. AL? LEN. St-cretary. BOARD OK DIRECTORS: A. H. Orandy M. Glennan, L. D. Starke. Jr.. r;,W. Shelton. K. W. Shultice. James E. Allen. D. F. Donovan. TII It KE VE>' T S? PER COPT. SUBSCRIPTION RATES". Tho VIRGINIAN-PILOT Is delivered to I Subscribers by carriers In Norfolk and j vicinity Portsmouth, Berkley, Suffolk, west Norfolk, Newport News, for 10 cents p?r week payable to the carrier i By mall, to any place in tho Lnltid , States, postage free: ?A1I.Y, one yenr ? I5.00 ; " all uianllii ... 3.00 . " Itiree inoiitlta - - l*SO '* one ill until m ? ? .r>0 ADVERTISING BATES: Aavcrllse ments Inserted at the rate of 75 c...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 23 February 1899

^BS?LUSEIY -PURE Makes the food more delicious and wholesome nov?i OA?i\n powocn CO., new vork. BRIEF ITEMS OF INTEREST. Mr. Charles Friedlander has just re turned after an absence of four weeks, spent in the West Indies. The Frances Barn s Vs will hold one of their charming receptions to-night at 137 Windsor avenue, Brambleton Ward. Mr. F. R. Schuman, C. E.. of London, England, 1? at the Atlantic. M>>3 M. M. Luce, of Cloochland Court? house, was a ?uest yesterday ot the Atlantic. Mr. J. S. Newell and wife, of Em? poria, were hero awhile yesterday. Mr. It. Newgass, president of the At lantlc and Danville Railroad company, arrive i In Norfolk yesterday from Lon? don. Mr. O. II. Newberry, of Wllllamston, N. <'.. Is In the city on business. Mr. J. II. Rogers, of Brandon, was In Norfolk yesterday. Mr. P. St. George Ambler, of Lynch burg, is nt the Atlantic Hotel. Rev. Gilbert Dobbs, of Franklin, Va.. Is in the city. Mr. R. 11. Rawlcs, of Suffolk, was in ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 23 February 1899

GENERAL GOMEZ JBANQUETED Displeased Because Span? iards Were Not Invited. A PICTURE OF WASHINGTON Honor Itrvlrrn l'ny* GlotTliis; Trtbuto lo Wltsblllgtou ? Tlin <'ubau llrro M|?enk? Briefly, lint Makes No Kel rreueo to Fol I tie* ? Ho la III nml looks tirod ? Bnrrnclcs For our Soldiers, tny Telegraph to Vlrglnlan-PIlot.) Matansas, Feb. 22.?S:50 a. m.?The banquet tendered lure to General Max? imo Gomez lost night w:is a brilliant af? fair and well attended. Tho Junta Pa trlotlca, which bad charge of the en? tertainment, refrained from Inviting Spaniards, which displeased the Cuban commander. The banquet was given in the thea? tre. The guests numbered 200, and 4,060 spectators were present. The boxes were crowded with ladies belonging to the best circles of society and tho pub? lic generally crowded tho four tiers of galleries. OLD, BUT GALLANT. General Wilson sat on the right of General Gomez, and the Cuban General, Betancourt, was sealed on his left. A picture of George W...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 23 February 1899

Here is a List of the eminent Educators who will contribute to the Spring term of the Virginian-Pilot's Home Study Circle. f Edwin A. Grosvcnor, M. A , Professor of European History, Amtierst College. Dana C. Munro. Ph. D., Professor or Mediaeval History, Univer? sity of Pennsylvania. George Emery Fellows,Ph. D., Trofessor of History, University oC Chicago. Samuel B. Harding, Ph. D., Professor of History, University of Indiana, Willis M. West, ?. A., Professor of History. University of Minnesota. Dr. William P. Wilson, Hire, tor of the Philadelphia Commercial Museum. John C. Van Dyke, L. H. D., Professor of Hie History of Art, ltutgers College, Russell Sturgis,Ph.D.,F.A.I.A. Author of "European Architecture," Art critic of the New York Times. Rev. James M. Hoppin, D. D., Professor or the History of Art, Yale University. Albert Shaw, Ph. D., Editor or the "American Monthly Itovlew ?,r Reviews." J. Whipple Jenks, A.M..Ph.D., Professor or Political Science, Cornell University. Jesse Ma...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 23 February 1899

NEWS FROM RICHMOND AND OTHER PARTS OF VIRGINIA OUR RICHMOND NEWS AND GOSSIP Danger of a Freshet is Prob? ably Over. THE ICE GORGE BROKEN I.nrce Qnnntltlos or ?y mini I to nn<! Poirtlor Viod-llnuingo to Prop* orly Im Jlcinj Ifulrl Celebration of Washington's ?iiiiuiity ? Dletl In lexni-Mrs. Hopkins Passe* Away?Tbo V. 8). Court. (Special to Vlrginlan-Pilot.) Richmond, Viu, Feb. 22.?The river is now clear from this point to Hampton Itoads. All danger of an overflow is regarded ns practically past. Tiie wa? ter is rising, and Is quite high up the river, hut slneo the gorge has disap? peared there Is little danger of a seri? ous flood here. Dynamite njid powder in large quan? tities have been effectively used to break the gorge here. And the city tu^ has been pounding away at It from be? low. The damage done hero by the rise foots up many thousands. Figures are not possible Just now. Merchants' stocks are badly hurt; Etrcct car lines have suffered much damage; the elec? tric l...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 23 February 1899

THE NEWS FROM THE OLD NORTH STATE AND ITS CAPITAL RALEIGH NEWS LETTER The Test of the ^Separate Car ,JM11. AS lV PASSED THE HOUSE Separate, but Kqunl Arra unioUattous aiurn ii? iToviftrU For wiilw mm Colored People on Klent? boats nnd Knilroaits ? Trnlu? 'I lint nro K*" ??Opt? Flml and .Srcoiv* ?1. ''"*" Ac~ commodnMoii? on All Kt?VI?*s, -,- \ (Special to Vlrginlan-Pllot.;? Raleigh, N. C, Feb. 22.?Following: ls the text or the separate car bill whlol passed the House, to-day: It is a sub-? Ptltute hill drawn by Craige, of Bun- ] combe, and submitted to the committee this morning. "Section 1. That nil railway and Steamboat companies, as common car? riers in transportation of passengers for hire in North Carolina ?ither than street railways, shall provide separate but equal accommodations for white nnd colored races in ail passenger trains and steamboats carrying passen? gers. Such accommodations may be furnished by railway companies either by separate passenger curs or by com? partme...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 23 February 1899

PQRTgjyf?UTH LOCAL NEWS ANLTTVDVElRTISETr^EfsITS PORTSMOUTH AND NORFOLK COUNTY What Virginian-Pilot Rep? resentatives Hear Daily. BRIEF ITEMS OF INTEREST 1 he SioTCinenli or I'cogilc lu Whom llio Avemco Itcadrr In Iiiur taled?llappci?luir<i tu Legnl?Bus? in. <?, Itcllzeoiin mill Noelnl t'lr eles-A Forecast or Future I.Trills. Quito a number of people went to Norfolk yesterday to witness the lay? ing of the corner-stone of the Confed? erate monument in that city. A large party of gentlemen went out rabbit hunting yesterday, accompanied by a number of dogs. Mrs. Samuel Locke is critically 111 at her husband's residence, corner of County and Green streets. Stonewall Camp carried a fair crowd to Norfolk yesterday to the corner? stone laying. The newly elected police ofllccrs went on duty last night. Yesterday's sun about cleaned up the snow. Notice Is given through these col? umns that two gentlemen can secure good board at No. 10G London street. See advertisement....

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 23 February 1899

PORTSMOUTH ADVERTISEMENTS. [Continued.] THE JL,J%>.?ST CUT ! 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 Aden's Overcoats, both light and dark colors, worth $10.00. $3.90 for Men's Suits, worth $6.00. $5-90 for Men's Suits, worth $10.00. $8.90 for Men's Suits, worth $15.00. All our 50c. Heavy Weight Underwear, now 39c. All our $1.00 and $1.25 Heavy Weight Underwear, now 75c. BOYS' CLOTHING AT LESS THAN COST. MEN'S HATS AT ft GREAT SACRIFICE. A special line of Men's Black and Tan Hose 3c. worth 15c. NEW YORK CLOTHING CO, (THE LEADING HOUSE OF PORTSMOUTH ) ZU HIGH STREET. PORTSMOUTH. VA. THREE ATTRACTIONS! WHICH MEN OF GOOD TASTE A1UST APPRECIATE No. I?Men's Stylish Cheviot Suits, Blue or Black, $7.25, sold all season at $10.00. V No. II?Sale of Men's Trousers, about 200 pairs included see window. No. Ill?Advance Sale Blue Serge, made to order, $12.5...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 23 February 1899

HEROES OF THE MYY Addresses on the Birthday of General Lee. THE WONDER OF THE WORLD Delivered lti'ioro l*lclce<t*Ilueliniian < i?inp, Confederate Vctcrnus, on Ihr Aiinlvcrinrj of llio Mlrlliilny of tionoral Hnbci't K. I.ec, by Cnp lain W. ?'. Wliltllc, Former I .in Ullvc Ollicer or Um Mmiimt itoiih. (Richmond Dispatch, 10th.) The following Is the address of Cap? tain \V. C. Whittle, formerly executive officer, Confederate states cruiser Bhenandoah, delivered before Plcketl Buchannn Camu, at Norfolk, Va., <m General lt. E. Lee's Birthday, January 19th. 1899: Mr. President nnd Comrades:?1 es? teem it n distinguished honor, upon so memorable ah occasion, to have been Invited by your committee to respond to tin- toast to the Confederate navy. I wish that tin- honor had fallen to the lot of one who was better able to do justice to the subject. Realizing that the subject of my encomium is worthy of the finest effort of the most finished silver-tongued orat...

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