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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 18 March 1899

aiiiiiiiiiiimiuniin "*'in limit"""ti?*jj (12 IPo.jcgoaai 1 IN TWO PARTS, i riiutm WFATI UlUUU"11"""""""""''""'^ .l?"iUl WEATHER FORECAST FOR TO-OAY 3 _ I NORFOLK AND VICINITY? 3 Fair, changing to cloudy and raint 3 no change in temperature; fresh to a brisk north to east winds. VOL. II?NO. 143, NORFOLK, YA., S AT?KDAY, MARCH IS, 1899?TWELVE PA&ES. TUR EE CENTS PER COPY. HOTEL WINDSOR BURNED DOWN Many Lives Lost Withiu a Half an Hour. WILD SCEN' S OF EXCITEMENT Miss Lascf Grandy, of Eliza bet. Ity, a Victim. NEW Yc/. 'S LAST TRAGEDY Famoit* Hostelry In Arlnlocrntlc ami I'nHlilnunblfi ?tuartrr <>r ? f(> llcsiioj rtl Im Tiro mill Many Pen? plo Cremated,, and otlicr? Injured In Kiidonvoring to Kncnpe?Npectn ciliar lCnVctH Tax llilinaittiiailoii ? Scone ot 't error ami Daring Kon* CMOS?Adjoin tils ItnlUliiijjmli'Jiired i.-, crush or railing Walls?Alarm UI veil by a Hall Hoy. (By Telegraph to Virglnlan-Pllot.) . New York, March 17.?Flames which originated from the, igniting &...

Publication Title: Virginian-Pilot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 18 March 1899

_LOST. X""oST. ? l'\ ('liriii'll STKKKT. I5K j twcen Goff and Johnson, Hunters vllle, pocketbook containing sum of money and papers valuable only to Owner. Liberal re ward If returned to B. KA.msicv 876 Main street._lnblG _JW A NTEP._ WA N T B D. - LADIES EXPERT ( need !n SUirt and Waist making; also bright, active boy, about 1(1; dry goods cm? rli nco prefi rred. Apply hi once LAWRENCE .t WEX.TON, 2181 Wain street._U W- "a n t i: d. - sali-isda'diks at eure. Apply IAMO 11 It A N & FRIEUR'S ART STORE, No. 171 Church Ptrit._inhlS %Ttr ANTED. ? a SB 1 STA x T S A LES ?V man; one rel'nblo and of ?:ood ad dross can find cniploymonl by calling at No. 6 Bans Btrcet. CHAMPION on. BURNER CO._mh!8-2t* WANTED. ? IMMEDIATELY TWO or three good Upholsterers. 'Apply to No. S03 Crawford strei t, Portsmouth^ Va. nihiK-St WANT f.D. ? SEVERAL GOOD CAN vasscrs, male and female; good pay and steady empl yntcht to right parti Apply Room --I Main street, over Mar? tin's Pharmacy._mhlG-3' W- ANT K D. ...

Publication Title: Virginian-Pilot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 18 March 1899

Washington, D. C, March 17, 189D. Forecast for Saturday: For Virginia?Increasing cloudiness; probably rain by the afternoon; fresh somberly winds. For North Carolina ? Incresalng cloudiness; probably rain; fresh east? erly winds. Norfolk mul Vlclnllv. WEATHER FORECAST FOR I TO-DAY. Fair, changing to oloudy and rain; no change in temperature; fresh to brisk north to east winds. TEMPERATURE, RAINFALL \nj 1 HUMIDITY. I torch. 17, iRor?. Maximum temperature . 17 Minimum temperature . ;t7 Normal temperature . 44 Departure from normal .minus 2 Departure from normal since Jan? uary 1st .minus 133 Hainfall in past; "1 hours. 0 Rainfall since 1st of month.4.3S Mean hutuidiD CALENDAR. Sun rises at 0:11 a. m. and sets til C:16 p. m. TIDES. Norfolk?High water, 2:0(1 n. ni. and 2:27 p. in. Dow water, t>:.l a, in. and S:-4 p. m. Old Point?High water. 1:39 a. m. and 2:0G ?>, m. Low water, S:?o a. m. and S:03 p. m. Monuments and Gravestone;, The selection of a sult.-.blo memorial In mar bio o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 18 March 1899

VIRGINIAN - PILOT. ?BY THE? tyiRGINLAN AND PILOT PUBLISHING COMPANY. kORfOLK VIRGINIAN AND DAILY PILOT. (Consolidated March, 1S3S.) Enlirol at tho Postofllco at Norfolk, ^a.. as second-class matter. 1 PFFICE: PILOT BUILDING. lT|. i . CITY HALL AVENUE. ^_norfolk. va. 2 OFFICERS: A. H. GRANDY, Pfesldent; K. GLENN AN. Vlce-Presldent; W. S. (WILKINSON. Treasurer; JAMES E. AL? LEN. Secretary. BOARD OK DIRECTORS: A. II. Grandy M. tJlennun. L. D'. Starke. Jr., 0". W. Shelton. R. W. Shutllce. James K. Alten. D. F. Donovan. i tHBEKcms PBEOOI'T, subscription rates: The VIRGINIAN-PILOT Is dcUvcred to subscribers by carriers In Norfolk and Vicinity Portsmouth, Berkley. Suftolk. iWest Norfolk, Newport News, for 10 coats per week, payable to the carrier. By mall, to any place, In the United Stuten, postage, free: JDAU.T, one yenr - tf.voo ?* six months ... 3.00 *' 111 reo luontli? - - I.."so " onr Ulllllllt m ? ? .r.o ADVERTISING RATES: Advertise? ments Inserted at tho rate of 75 cents a 6quar?, ...

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

BRIEF ITEMS OF INTEREST, Messrs. Jam.'s E. Prince and Claude! West have returned from a business trip to Baltimore, Philadelphia and Mew York. Mr. F. M. Cromer, a former real es? tate agent and export hook-keeper of Hoanoke, Is In Norfolk with the view of locating. Kev. 13. B. Hatcher will Bpeak Mon? day night at the Park Avenue Baptist Chureh on ''Light on the Bible From Modern Explorations." Mr. Hatcher has given great study to this subject, and his address will be one id' profound in? terest. All are Invited. Admission *ree' Mr. C. K. Johnson, wife and mother, of Corniand, Va., nre In the city, stop? ping at the Atlantic. Mr. E. F. Wittier, of St. Louis. Is au? tographed at the Atlantic. Mr. Wm. J. Croswell, of Wilmington, N. C., superintendent of the Southern Express Co., accompanied by his son. Mr. a. Croswell, were In Norfolk yes? terday. Mr. Samuel B. Cary, of RoOnokc, Southern traveling agent of the Poea hontns Coal Company, arrived In the City yesterday. Mr. Walter B. Fost ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 18 March 1899

QUEEN SIGNS PEACE TREAVY French Ambassador Cambou to Represent Spain. IS THE PRESIDENTS CHOICE 1 lie Signed Treaty Will Iti> Forward? ed For i xclinnsP lYitli Oi?o KIkiicU by I'roBiiieni McKinley?Trennen win fiat Kllecl tttntua ?! Npnnlsli I'rUoiicr.i in Agnlnalilo's Ilnnila .% inert cn'u Vu I mil cor* Solln vol veil (Ry Telegraph to Virginia-Pilot.) Madrid, March 17.?The Queen Re? pent has signed the treaty of peace bc ; .. n Spain and tho United State.?. The signed treaty will be forwarded to the French ambassador nt Wn'sh lnrrlon. M. .lules C'ntnbon, for exchange with the one signed by President Mc? Kinley. No decree on the subject will be published In the Official Gazette. SEC It IOTA IIY MAT GRATIF1J5D. "Washington. March 17.?The first news or tho signing of the peace trea? ty by the Queen Regen) of Spain, was conveyed t<> Si eretnry Hay and the <?ni clals of tho administration through the exclusive bulletin "f tho Associated Tress. The Secretary was naturally grati...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 18 March 1899

NEWS FROM RICHMOND AND OTHER PARTS OF VIRGINIA. RICHMOND NEWS AND GOSSIP No New Developments in West Point Oyster Trouble. THE SITUATION EXPLAINED United BtKteeMnrshntl.Trenl r.nUiriii riiN llio (iovcrnor ? Complaint A? ni us i Norfolk Comity OOlclala llllnola Mnn w.-wi <?? n Honibern Nn eclhcnrl-Fine Tobacco? A I.out mill I'crilou* Itiile. s . ? ? ? (Special to Virginian-Pilot.) Richmond, Va.( March 1".?Governor Tyler heard nothing to-day from West Point, neur which place negro oyster men charged With stealing oysters were defying arrest at the hands of the sher? iff of New Kent and pbs^C. It was pre? sumed that the Commonwealth's at? torneys of New Kent, King and Queen, and King William counties, held the conference as planned, and that mat? ters were probably adjusted. United States Marshal Morgan Treat, whose homo is at West Point, had d long con? ference with (iovcrnor Tyler to-day, re? garding the situation there. Mr. Treat says there is some question as to the right of Mr....

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

THE NEWS FROM VIRGINIA CONTINUED FROM PAGE SEVEN. Negro Soldier Ordered to Shoot a Citizen. Keporled to nn onieer Who I'nld No Attention IO 14 ?Mid Iirllcy'H Arrest ? Uoliuea ClturcU to. Call i> Pastor -Briefs. Newport News, Vn? March 17.?Quite on exciting episode occurred on pier 5 shortly after the baggage and equip? ment of the Eighth Illinois was un? loaded front the lighter, and only for the coolness of two of the Chesapeake and Ohio officials and the prompt ac? tion of a eensiblo colored soldier, a shooting scrape -which might have re? sulted In a tragedy and even more serious results ?was averted. A colored sergeant of one of the companies recklessly ordered one of hi.-? men to shoot Superintendent of Piers J. P. Ilnrrison over a trilling incident that happened while Mr. Harrison at? tempted to enforce the rules of the company in reference to smoking on the piers. The soldier, It la said, -was in the act, of loading his fain, when ho was pre? vented from obeying the order ...

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

THE.NE)WS FROM THE OL,D NORTH STATE AND IT^ CAPITAL RALEIGH NEWS NOTES Northern Capitalists Inquiring About Bond Issue. MANY PROBABLE PURCHASES Tendier*' Asuombly Will lie IIc1<l al Morelioatl City?Tbo II cut tit Minn tinn in Hio Stnte-Stoett or die North i?n?l Kmiiii ('iirolimi Ititllu ny Doslred?riio ?.'i>biic Printing? Tlilo t? om.ce? (Special to Virginian-Pilot.) Raleigh, N. C.f March 17.?Treasurer Worth informs mo to-day that he is in receipt of letters fr>>m New York, Phil? adelphia, Boston, Chicago, Washington and many other of the larger cities, disking for information as to the new bond issue, and Indicating a wish to purchase cither in parcels or the whole Issue. < 'no large and well known firm in New York has offered 100 for the en? tile $110,000 bonds. These bonds, it will be remembered, are to be issued to pay the Indebtedness of the penitentiary contracted under the fusion rule for the past four years. It now seins like? ly, however, that the total amoun...

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

PORTSMOUTH LOCAL NEWS AND ADVERTISEMENTS PORTSMOUTH AND NORFOLK COUNTY What Virginian-Pilot Rep? resentatives Hear Daily. BRIEF ITEMS OF INTEREST llio MovcuieuM of l'cnplo la Wboui Ibe Average Bonder Ih Inter* esied? UappeuliiB* i.e^at?Bni< iuris. Keliseotw nmi Suclnl < ir? des ?A forecast Of 1'alure I.vrnfs. Col. K. R. Griffin received a telegram yesterday announcing the death, after ?i ?h?rt i'lncss, of his niece in South? ampton county. He will leave this morning to he present at the. funeral. Mrs. 10. Powell, who has been visit? ing relatives la this city, returned to her home at Sandy Hill, X. Y., yester? day. . , ... The two colored boys and the white lad who woro arrested for lighting, were yesterday fined $2 each by Mayor Baird. Tito citv employes were paid yester? day for the first half of March. An effort will bo made by Die police force to havo their pay increased to $73 per month. Miss Jones, of Norfolk, recently ap? pointed stamp clerk tit the postotlice in this c...

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

wmem (CONTINUED.) Kotice of Coal in Town> H. B. WILKINS Ins just uploaded a cargo of free burning vSTOVE O O Iv, mill 1-1 w CLEAL AND FRESH. SEE THiS SPACE, 1. S. 1 PHILLIPS Has something lo TELL YOU IN IT. mbl4-tt PEOPLE'S FORUM, KOTE.?The People's Forum being freely open to nil parties, classes, per? sons, views .md capacities, the Vir? ginian-Pilot Is responsible for !ion? of the statements nor opinions c.x prosfod therein, nor for the style in Which they arc- set forth. The ignorant and uneducated shall be heard hero equally with the learned. ON' TOM, ROADS. March 17, 1S09. Editor of Virginian-Pilot: Environed as Norfolk is by toll gates, that are continually draining our peo? ple of money. It Is no wonder that bus? iness Is crippled thereby, ami that real estate is depreciating in value; and this lamentable state of affairs must continue just as long as tin so gates f-trtml as a burrler to progress. Mr. Wade's multum In parvo article on i this subject scintillates with truth...

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

REYIEfOF MARKETS FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL Stocks, Money, Exchange, Bonds, Grain, Cotton, Provisions, Etc. Now York. March 17.?The railways, | arter a display of strengthen sympathy with the buoyancy in Sugar. Bagged In! anticipation <>i' February net returns! hot meeting expectations, and the re? sult was marked net deelin.s In these! properties. A dumber of the active specialties moved upward, but sumo of the "green" industrials were exceptions,, Including Federal Steel, American Steel j and Wire, Continental Tobacco ar.d ln ternnllonal I'apcr, These prbpertlcs Suffered because of the diversion Of in? terest from them to Sugar. Sugar, which at one lime was within -'; points of Its record figure yesterday, scored a net advance of 5 points. Glucose was up sympathetically. The aggregate of dealings, while below that of yester? day, o.ceed three-quarters of a mil lit u shares, of which 136,004 were Su? gar. The fact that the haul;;: have lost over $9,000,000 to the sub-treasury s...

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

I'm'imijuDi-v'"'""""'""'""" till |l6 Page^[ \ IN TWO PARTS, \ 3 t 9mrt>TTtT?IITM"nMlinTTTTtr?ttTTTTftTTTTTTtnj WEATHER FORECAST FOR TO-DAY ;j NORFOLK AND VICINITY? 2 Fair: wirraer, growing again 2 cooler; brisk south to west winds* i >p r >t?i?t ?T?iT?rtfnrTTTTrTrrtr-TTTrtrrtrirTT?TTrrTTTT?TTTrrT ttttvi vol. ii. no. in. norfolk, va., sunday, march 1s>, ls.m?. mxtkkn pa < j es. price three CENTS. THE FILIPINOS AGAIN WHIPPED They Attack Company of Washington Volunteers OUR FORCES REORGANIZED A Slinrp Attiicli liy tlio Kiicuty l(c> pulsed at Taguls;?lite Kiitlro American Army HonrgftiilscU by (Jcncml Ijintmi-<amtbonl on I lie l.gho AttnckN Kmtill '1'owum?'I'bc Oregon Reaches Wowejr. (Ry Telegraph to VIrglnlaji-Pllot.) Manila, Marc h 10.- S.:\0 a. m'.?TI?C PUIpinoe in fore- attacked a company of the Washington Volunteers at Tag uig last night. Two companies of the Washington and Oregon regiments were si nt to the assistance of their comrades, ami drove tlio rebels b...

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

WANTED. CUTTER?AI IMIACTICAL EXPBRI oncod Costumo- Cutter ia open for ?.?ngngcm..nt. Address, "CUTTER." Ylr glnlnn-PIlot._ mh!9-3t AN'DCD ? BY A . YOUNG MAN, Board In private family whero there a no otlier boarders, west <' Oronby . .rce/t, between College Place nnd York street. Address, "Permanent," enro yirglnkm-Pilot._lt?._ ANTED-TO BUY SMAEJj BOM, er and Engine, In good condition: also double action Steam Puma. Give full description, particulars and price. Ad? dress, "Holler," euro Ylrgli^an-l'llot. mbl9-St_ TTT ANTICl>. ? YOUNG BABY STEN >i ographer, who understands u little about bookkeeping and is willing to help in ofilco or store; no other need apply. Address Box ICO, Portsmouth, Ya. It ANTIC 1 > --S< > 11E R ??? <\A ?itKI> MAX at Jiome to prepare for permanent travelling position; pays salary. Enclose ?tamped onvel m>c. .lOHN CARD, ?56 [Dearborn St., Chicago. ? lt? AlN0P3D. ? SAEESUAD1 ICS AT once. Apply BOUGH KAN K PRTBUR'S ART STORE, No. 174 Ch...

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

Washington, March 18. Forecast for Sunday! For Virginia: Rain, followed by clear? ing In the Interior; colder by Sunday bight; winds shifting to high westerly. Fdr North Carolina: Rain, followed by clearing, except on the coast; colder by afternoon; winds Shifting to high >\ esterly. Nor tollt nnil Vicinity. WEATHER FORECAST FOR TO-DAY. Fair; warmer, growing again cooler; bri ;k south to west winds. TEMPERATURE, RAINFALL AND HUMIDITY. Maximum temperature. 70 Miniiiitim temperature. 3S Normal temperature. 41 Departure from normal .pins 10 De par tu ro from normul since Jan? uary 1st.minus 123 Rainfall In past 24 hours.Trace Rainfall since 1st of month.4.38 Mean humidity. S3 CALENDAR. Sun rises C:10 a. m.; Beta G:17 p. m. TIDES. , Norfolk: High water 3:01 a. m., 8:30 p. m.; low water 0:24 a. m., !>:2f> p. m. Old Point: High water 2:40 a. in., 3:ir> p. m.; low water 0:n. m., 0:01i p. m. DIKII. WILLIAMSON.?At the residence of his parents, 221 Windsor avenue, MARCH 17th. at 1...

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

VIRGINIAN - PILOT. ?BY THE? (VIRGINIAN AND PILOT PUBLISHING) COMPANY. I.ORFOLX VIRGINIAN UND DAILY PILOT. (Consolidated March, 1SSS.) Entered at the Postofflco at Norrolk, IVa., as second-class matter. OFF1CK: PILOT "BUILDING. CITY HALL AVENUE. norfolk. va. OFFICERS: A H. G ft ANDY, President; M. GLENNAN, Vtce-Presldcnt: W. S. WILKINSON, Treasurer; JAMES E. AL LKN. Secretary. BOAKD OK DIRECTORS: A. H. Grundy, M. Clcnnan. L. D. Slnrlto. Jr.. T, W. Shelton, R. W. Shullicc, James E. Allen. D. P. Donovan. TUKEU t.i:.\ ? ?*? t*Elt COVT. subscription rates: The VJRCINIAN-PILOT is ?etlvr-red to subscribers bv carriers In Norfolk and Vicinity; Portsmouth, Berkley. SufTollt. West Norfolk. Newport News, for 10 cents per week payable to the carrier By mall, to any placo In the United Slates, postust) free: KAU.Y. ouo yenr - - ? ? 85-OO ?* six ruoutlis - ? * S.OO ?? llirea montli? - - I?SO " one niontll ? * * ?*?Q ADVERTISING RATES! Aavcrtlr.e Xr.enls lnsirtea r.t the rate ot cents a Square lVs...

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

BRIEF ITEMS OF INTEREST, 1 Mr. iL L. Tayloe, of Aulander, N. C, 1? In the city, a guest of Hotel Nor? folk. f Mr. R. W". Rawls, of Lewiston. N. C, Is here slinking hands with friends. Mr. \V. H. Ward, of Hertford, spent yesterday in our city. Miss Viola Magruder, or Baltimore, Is on a visit to Miss Luclle Ramsay, No. ts.1 G ran by street. Mr. Wade Hampton, of Philadelphia, Is a guest of Hotel Norfolk. Mr. John It. Ames, of Danville, Is ex t'hauging greetings with friends In this blty. Mr. Willis U. Emmerson, of Saco, Me., (was in Norfolk yesterday. \frv 'p. J. P. Power, of the British Guards Hand, is quartered at the At? lantic. Mr. B. O. Bentley, of the Pullman tPalaca Car Co., was autographed at the Atlantic yesterday. " Mr. Chas. A. B. Harris, of London, Is Inj the city, stopping at tho Atlantic. Mr, Warren G. Elliott, of Wilming? ton, president of the Atlantic Coast Line, accompanied by Mrs. and the Misses Elliott, are nt the Montlcello for a fow days. Mr. and Mrs. w. H. Vanklcl...

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

fcfli-^ BB?5 r7?^' a?e> H?w* r1* if** lf*? Miller, bhoads & co.. Norfolk's busy store, open until 6 o-clock. miller, rh0ads & co., norfolk's busy store. open until 6 o'clock. i-a Kv=--^ rSft*> Hl-S> NORFOLK'S BEST DRESSED LADIES arc a living testimony and a glowing tribute to Miller, Rhoads & Co-'s styles. The artisuc skill, the Indi? vidual exclusivcncss and consummate workmanship are features that have made our Tailor Made Suits the recognized fashions of the day among all correct dressers who follow the dictates of Dame Fashion CORRECT DRESSERS?Always prefer the particularly pretty productions from Miller, Rhoads & Co, They are not selected at random; they are bought with care and must possess a style merit that meets the requirements of "Norfolk's Busy Store/' Compare our suit values with those offered elsewhere; par? allel our styles with those offered by other houses?the workmanship, finish and general detail of style ? and you will realize why we do t...

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

WATT. ItETTEW & CLAY. WATT. BETTEW & CLAY. Store Closes Promptly at 6 P. fl.; Saturdays, iO. WATT. ItETTEW & CLAY. WATT. ItETTEW A CLAY. Sf\ I P>fT\ O X JS M X 1! have made arra"Semcnts with fie manufacturers of the well-known "Eklredge B" and "Excelsior" Sewing Machines to hive one of their exn-rt ln,?,tr^ Z ~?T / I I 1 K In N I (uM?nd? ThC demo,lstrator wi? **>W the ladies the superior work that can be done on these splendid machines.8 Th ml^Zk^SS? weTv ?rll 9i ? t0-morrOW ? Mil UIY1M1H l show both machines in two style, "Eldredge B" high arm at *,* the drop head at ,20. "Excelsior" high arm is $l7; the ^hSd ?S J^g D^o? floor! Stimmer Draperics. | India Lace Curtains, for window and door drapery. ? Cool and airy. Blue, green, red, and terra coita graduated cross-stripes on white and ecru grounds. B!x Styles at 11.60 a pair. Five stylos nt (:'. a pair. The ?2 opes have fringe top and bottom, The fl.GO oik s nt bottom only. Th< bo cur? tains are free from dressi...

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

s mm m $11? u? (.Crntlnucd from First Page.) was n. fine place, wo decided to atop ] here and pay our respects to the Presi? dent. I wanted to see him and Mrs. Day wanted to see Mrs. Mi Kltrtey. Yes. you will be safe i" saying posi? tively thai neither politics or Inter? national affairs are in any way con? nected with our visit. Wc are only here to pay mir respects to tii ? Presi? dent and enjoy ourselves." Judge Day said that he was niit g ilng to Jekyl island nml would leave hero for the North the early part of next week. Senator Hanno had learned "f his arrival ami railed as the Associated Prosa correspondent wau talking to Judge Duy. "siuLY BUSINESS." The Senator, when told ?f the n p >rts that there was to l>e a bit; political pow-wow at Jekyl Island with Speaker Heed and others, said: "H is Billy business talking about political conferences on this nip. it is for rest and nothing ise. 1 wish they, would let up talking about politics being in It. The Vice-President hnd t...

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