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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 19 March 1899

9 HE GUESSED AGAIN. SWIFT RETRIBUTION. BABY GOT LEIT. "So you want to bo my son-in-law, <1o you?" "No-o, sir, I?1 only want to many your daughter!' ?Judy. Oceupled. KIcc Girl. "Mrs. Glmbleton didn't praise my-?"What a mohllo face that Bid baby a bit." hasl" "Why should she? She has one of "Yes?automobllo."?Chicago Itec hor own?"?Detroit Free Press. ord. A PHILOSOPHER. f w i i BW K 1 f/ H f mi "How kin yoh apoht aech good clo'ca w'en yoh is bwln ev'yhody money?" "Huh, yoh foul nlggahl El I didn't hub good clo'cs, I couldn't owe money." ?Collier's Weekly. He Won In En most. Cnve Herself .v-.vny. She?Take your arm from about Penelope Isn't Charles a very my waist at once, sir! l never saw si.th article'? a man net so In my whole lif. ! Patrice ?-- Well, he wasn't last Hi?You mistake me, denr. I'm night. 11- needed shaving badly.? not acting.?Yonkers Statesman. Yonkers Stntesman. A COUNTRY CLUB B2EAKFAST. ? Nt rk Pre An Old sinner. Gurion?. "Is that story old?" Dora?I screame...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 19 March 1899

?S?? ?St**? cSj*.? ?S>? Gf>?' ?? ?S*-? ?? ?' <a>?? fiJE**"?1 ?SP*?' <??? <fls?- 1 <S6>?1 \ Watch Papers Tuesday | v Morning for Dozicr's ^ Announcement, J ^WEATHER FORECAST: fr Dozier storms prices Mon- 4 |^ day if weather is clear.^ Jj A Great Congregation of Busy Buyers. THE CROWDS surged and swelled in the NEW STORE last Monday! Wandering hither and thither through the ample aisles, clinging close to the heavy-laden, high-heaped counters, the merry buyers waited patiently and lingered long to be served. The selling force was strong and worked rapidly, but the legion of eager shoppers was too great, too many, even then. JE^OR MONDAY-We can't predict a STORM, but we do promise to STORM PRICES! Follow us through the following OFFERINGS. They will stand comparing and contrasting with others. Silk Varieties. An exceptional expose of exquisite, exclusive styles in Showy Silks. A spray, a broken plai...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 19 March 1899

PEOPLE'S FORUM, NOTE.?Tho People's Forum being freely open to nil parties, classes, per? sons, views and capacities, tho VuT ' glnlan-Pilot is responsible for none of the statements nor opinions ex? pressed therein, nor for the style in which they arc sot forth. The Ignorant and uncducnto'd shall be heard here eiiually with tho learned. ?loll Koiidi Alf?"??? " "* " Norfolk, Va., March 11, 1S93. Editor Vlrglnlan-Pllot: Eventually tho toll roads may bo se? cured by the county, but can it be ac? complished now? Owing to the UHUS-, ual winter, the county roads are In bail condition. The Road Comlssloners say It will take rnu.OCO to put the roads in ns Rood condition as they were last fall. Hut they have not the money. The county in deep in debt. County war? rants have to be recorded and take their turn for payment, and they arc nine months in arrears. Our tax rate is very low: probably too low. Fr? e roads have to be paid for pome way. it would require an act of tho Legislature to Incre...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 19 March 1899

THE NEWS FROM THE OLD NORTH STATE AND ITS CAPITAL, RALEIGH NEWS LETTER Commissioner of Labor Ham brick Yield His Office. IT WAS A VOLUNTARY ACT. CoiiBtltRf lonnlKy or l.nvr Abnllatiing Ottlcn or Superintendent of Cent tontlary .Submitled to the Nnprciuo Courl-I.nw GnToMiInx Immrniice ' \ <onipniilr<i ? FnclH About Yacht Korna ?Tiro New Collou mill* to l>o Ercctenl - Brier IVows Notes. (iV'? ? . - Raleigh, N. C, March?il8.?Late yes jterduy afternoon J. Y. Hamrlck vol? untarily turned over the office of Com? missioner of Labor to lt. R- Lacy, Com? missioner-elect of Labor and Printing. Air. Lacy Immediately took charge. As has been stated from the first, Mr. SItimrick had no heart in the contest, tand in turning the office over to Mr. Lacy he declared, "This business is not !to my liking." All Of which Is a credit to Mr. Hamrlck's judgment and his sense of public and political propriety In a State official. Mr. Hamrlck took the step of his own free wil...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 19 March 1899

NORFOLK LOCAL NEWS. U (Coctlnued from Page Five.) Northern Vhldiri. ' 'A' party of Indies arrived In Norfolk yesterday morning in the private car Of Superintendent VanKttan, of tho New York Central railroad, nnd went Bonn to Virginia Beach, They were chaperoned by Mrs. Alfred Skltt, wife of the president of the Norfolk, Vir? ginia Beaeli and Southern road, nnd Mrs. VanEUtan, wife of Superintendent V?nEtton, of the New York Central. Their ear was switched from the Nor? folk and Western to the Virginia Beaeh road, and the ladles reached the fa nous watering place without a change of cars. Street Cnr nod 4*nr< Collide. Trolley car No. 33 and one of the *fcliy dirt carts collided last night aboc' ?V:30 o'clock on Oranby street. The Cart was engaged in removing the ?irt that Is swept in small piles, be? tween the ourblng and the car track. When ear No. ;:s, passing, struck one of the shafts of the cart with such force that a hole was made in the front part Of the car just abov...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 19 March 1899

RORTSMOUTH LOCAL. NEWS ?ND ADV E RTIS EMENTS PORTSMOUTH AB NORFOLK COUNTY What Virginian-Pilot Rep? resentatives Hear Daily. brief items of interest Hip Hovcuteuts of l'coplo, lu Whom tho Avcrniro Header li Iiiht (MciI -I! upprullllft lit I.t llu\ 1 ii es?, lil'lllECUtM and Kot'11%1 < lr? i'U-n A Forecast or 1 Ul lire ) vrnla. L. T. Adams & Co. have a great deal to tell you to-day about Easter; it ad their advertisement and see what they say. Bishop A. M. Randolph will visit Trinity Episcopal Church this morning lor the purpose of confirming ;i class. The Talent Party of Park View Bap tist Church realized the handsome sum of $t:;..vj from the small start of $.">. furnished by'Mr. J. M. Corbett, the superintendent of the Sabbath school. See advertisement of Mr. Daughcrty In tho want column. One of the parties who was engaged* in a light at Hie navy yard gate last Friday was lined $10 and coats and bound over to keep tne peace for one year by Mayor Ba...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 19 March 1899

PORTSMOUTH LOGfiL NEWS AND ADVERTISEMENTS. _Continued. SPECIAL?MONDAY. For one-half hour! From 11:30 to 12:00 o'clock, for fun. Androscbfftriri, 4-4 Cotton. 11) yards to a customer 4!4e. "Fruit of Ij om," 4-4 Cotton, 10 yards to o customer, Da ? , , a fow more left, tho celebrated Feath crliono Corsets. BOo.. 75p;. tl-M. KM Bed Spreads. M its 'Ills patterns, worth $LC0, special tl.a). _ ISx'tra heavy cord French PK., in White and Colors, ioe. -t? 85c. yd. Handsome Block <^!lk and Wool Cre po?9 tlio 11,25 kind for 75c. yd., on up to h.60 yd. li-eat 80-lnch Bea Island Porcalos, worth lJ'-'-o. yd.; our ?pedal price, 10c. yd. Ladles' Hull and Uobinet Tics, special 17c. and r."-c. 80-!nch San Juan Plaids for Waists, 10e. and Vih'jc. ijarjco assortment of Torch n, Hamburg and ull ovi/r embroidery, for trimmings; Silk Cords for "skirt I:\clnfr," 3e. and 5c. i Abort r. dos. left of Phillips' special "42x23" all Lin'cn Towels. 2 for 25c. Ladles' Fancy Str!| Kelts, only 2.'!c. each...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 19 March 1899

REVIEW OFMARKETS FINANCIAL AND COMHBRC1AL StocKs, Mon6y, Exchange, Bonds, Grain, Cotton, Provisions, Etc. ' Now York, March IS.?The change In stock prices c?mpared with yesterday's '?was very narrow. In the early trading prices drifted downward, notably Con? tinental Tobacco, International Paper, Glucose, American Steel and Wire, Brooklyn Transit, Burlington, Toxas Pacific and Metropolitan. The moye ttient seemed to be In the nature ol dis? counting an unfavorable bank state? ment, from when it was published, Bhowing a decrease of over $4.00?,0<HI In the surplus reserve, but a contrai tlon of some three and a half millions in loaiics. a covering of short contract i But in. Metropolitan. Brooklyn Transit find most of the other stocks which had ehoWn earlier recessions were lifted smartly. Interest very largely cent, red In Sugar again to-day, and the stock closed within a fraction of the high point, 172'.;, yesterday's closing being lGI'-j. Tennessee Coal and Iron showed I...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 21 March 1899

^iiiniitinn^'ii'mii???i ?"iiniriiiiiM"''n>i1r \ IN TWO PARTS. I TTTTTTTTTT? T"1 \ WEATHER FORECAST F08 TO-OAY 2 NORFOLK AND VICINITY-* Falrj no change (a temperature) Z fresh northerly winds. ' ?'TT'TrTTTlTTTTTIrTrT T TIT TTTTTYT-Tt? rTTTT ?TTTTTYTT?r? TTTTTVT VOL. II?XO, 115. NORFOLK, VA., TUESDAY, MARCH 121, l?99?TWELVE EfcAG-ES. THREE CENTS PER COPY. LATEST NgWg OF THE WORLD BY TEl^X^APH AND CABLE. JOE WHEELER STRIKES BACK Refutes Allegations Which Reflect Upon His Division. A VOLUMINOUS STATEMENT Jlio Hero Tliruwt Kcw Light Upon ilia Kntillniro Cnmpalgii?AMIstorjr al Ilia Movenieut a^hIiim (l>? Kpnuiiirris mill hin Part In ii?Wnii Second In ?omni mid ? l.tiwiuii (III Ol Oil Asillint I,um toil. (By Telegraph to Virginia-Pilot.) Washington. D. c. March 20.?Adju? tant General Corbln to-day made pub lie the statt motu which General Wheel-1 < r has felt called Upon to make in or? der, as he says, "to refute certain alle? gations which reflect upon the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 21 March 1899

THE LOCAL, NEWS OF NORFOLK, PAGES TWO, THREE AND FIVE LOST. I OST.--GRAY HORSE. AT LAMB-, 1 errs' Point. Friday, ISth. Finder \ will bring or send lilm to 171 Queen street Norfolk, or to Cook shop, near Fn'o. 2 Warehouse at Lambert's Poln. at)IS. MARTHA MOUCAN._mh21-3t* WANTED. W?A^l5rT^FOIt cash, A OENTbE, well broke horse, sultabto to drtvo to davton wagon. Address Lock Box 223, city. " mh2l-3t* TeiTman CHI KF cook ?Tf is If vcars expert* nee desires situation hy IM2i of April r 1st of May. Perfect? ly sober. Rest of references from pres? ent employer. Address o. D1TTRICT. Chef. Mountain Park Hotel, Hot Springs, N. C._mhtil-stj ?3cTED.?to tTltV A cheap of lieo fixture and partition. Address j. j. DORSET. 407 Church street. It* -jr>\ UTTIlTl.?At practical experi \j eueed Costumo Cutter Is open for engagement. Address. "cutter." Vlr glninn-PUot. _mhl<)-3t ?XT KD ? BY A YOliPXO MAN, Hoard In private family where there are no other boarders. West G-ronby street, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 21 March 1899

LOCAL, NEWS OF NORFOLK, PAGES TWO, THREE FIVE AND SIX. WEATHER REPORT. _ Washington, March 20. ? Weather forecast for Tuesday: Virginia?Fair, followed by increasing cloudiness: warmer In southwest por? tions; fresh to brisk northeasterly winds. North Carolina increasing cloudiness; warmer; winds becoming1 brisk east? erly. rVorfolK null Vicinity. "WEATHER. FORECAST FOR, TO-DAY. Fair; no change In temperature; fresh northerly winds. TEMPERATURE. RAINFALL AND HUMIDITY. Maximum temperature . CG Minimum temperature . 3~> Normal temperature . 4* Departure from normal .plus 5 Departure since Jan. 1st.minus 108 Rainfall in past 24 hours.0 Rainfall since 1st of month .4.61 Mean humidity . 01 CALENDAR. Sun rises, 6:07 a. m.; sols, 6:18 p. m. TIDES. Norfolk?High water at "c.ni a. m. and 5:.'W p. m.i low water at 11:13 a. m. and 11:28 p. m. Old Point- High wuter at 4:40 n. m. ami 5:16 i>. m.; low water at 10:08 a. m. and 11 -.07 p. m. DIED. ASM LIN.--At the residence of p...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 21 March 1899

VIRGINIAN - PILOT. ?BT the? p/jrqlnian and pilot publishing company. I0RF0LK VIRGINIAN AND DAILY PILOT. (Consolidated March, 1S9S.) Entered at the roBtofftco at Norfolk, p/o., aj second-class matter. OFFICE: PILOT BUILDING. Kbd. CATV HALL. AVENUE, norfolk. va._ OFFICEHS: A. h. GRANDY. President: m. OLENNAN. Vice-Pi usldcnt: W. s. WILKINSON, Iroasurer; JAM KS K. AL lkn. Secretary, BOARD OP DIRECTOnS: A. ii. Grandy, M. Glennan. L. D. Starke, Jr.. JT. W. ?hclton. H W. ShulUce. James E. Allen, D. p. Donovan. THREE CK SITS l'BK COI'T. subscription rates: Tba VIRGINIAN-PILOT Is delivered to subscriber* by carriers In Norfolk and Wclnlty Portsmouth, Berkley. SufTolk. iWest Norfolk. Newport News, for 10 cents par weak, payable to the carrier, far mall, to any place la the United States, postage tree: DAILY, ou? yenr - - - 90.00 " ?tm months ? 3.00 ?' three months - ? l.ao M one month ? - % ? .no ADVERTISING RATE 8: Advertlsc tncnta Inserted at tho rate of 75 cents a Square, first Insertion;...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 21 March 1899

Baking 4 fOWDER ^BSOLUVECY "PURE Makes the food more delicious and wholesome BOVAl jjjjWG POWQtH CO.i Htw YOBK. COURT DECISIONS. Notes of Cases Recently Decided, Which are of Interest to Our People. DIGESTED BY W.B.MARTIN, (Exclusively for Vlrginlan-Pilot.) THE G. n. BOOTH. Supremo Court, United States. DAMAGE TO SUGAR, TAUT OF CAB GO OF A SHIP, CAUSED BY SKA WATER WHICH ENTERED THE SHIP THROUGH A HOUE CAUS? ED BY AN EXPLOSION, WHILE SHE WAS UNLOADING AT HER DOCK, IS NOT A LOSS CAUSED BY "PERILS OF THE SEA." OB BY AN "ACCIDENT OP NAVIGA? TION." IN SUCH CASE THE EXPLOSION, \.VND NOT THE SKA WATER, WAS THE PROXIMATE CAUSE OP THE INJURY. This was a case which came before the Supreme Court on a certificate, from the Circuit Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit, setting forth that the Booth was lying at the dock In New York discharging cargo. Part of the cargo were blasting raps or detonators used to explode dynamite or gun cot? ton. One of the detonators exploded purely by accident, ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 21 March 1899

NORFOLK LOCAL,NEWS ON PAGES TWO. THREE,-FIVE AND~SK AT THE CHURCHES SUNDAY A Powerful Discourse by Bishop A. M. Randolph. A CLASS OF 18 CONFIRMED Iiov. rather I'rioii, nl si. Btnry'a Cath? olic (liiti-cli, Ivors mi Humesl Discourse oil "Tlie 1'hsnIou oi Our ;.nril"-llr. A. II. ?live? ?Ii "Itu Uc'ittle Mcttioila or ctirlst-Oilier tie nitons. An overflowing congregation attend? ed tlio services at St. Peter's P. 13. Church Sunday night, and heard :i powerful sermon l>y Bishop A. M. Itnn dolph, of the Soulhern Diocese ot Vir? ginia. V Tito learned und eloquent prelate se? lected his text from Paul's Epistle to the Corinthians, ICth chapter, 13th and 34th verses, Inclusive, as follows: "Watch ye, stund fas; in the faith; quit you like men, be strong." The sermon bore particularly <>n tho beauty and strength of Christian character, the Bishop dwelling with much em:!i i on the latter clause of his text "bi strong." in the beginning <>...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 21 March 1899

THE NEWS FROM THE OLD NORTH STATE AND ITS CAPITAL RALEIGH NEWS NOTES Prominent Citizen of War> renton Burned to Death. WAS A VICTIM OF KEROSENE Governor CoiimiiMsIomm Now Direr. tors?Fish Commissioners to itleet Cor Discussion?Contest Over tifll oers?Money I'orsmte Gntirtl?Olu> iilni; t'oni pmiy ClinrtoroU? Eight Convicts I i um New Itnuover Co. Raleigh, N. C, March 20.?A shocking death occurred at VVarrcnton Sunday morning. Saturday night about l" o'clock, ?fter he bad undressed and hnd slipped on a dressing gown, Mr. Walter Ayecock lowered the swinging lamp aiul blew it out, when it burst, enveloping his body from neck to feet In burning oil. No one c\se was in the room at the time, but his wife ran out and enveloped hint* In a blanket and put out the flumes, badly burning her .own bands. Sho burned several blankets Deforo she conquered Hie fire. Mr. Ay cock was dialled to a crisp, but sur? vived until T o'clock yesterday morning, lie was about 30 years old, ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 21 March 1899

NEWS FROM RICHMOND AND ?THErTP?RTS~?F VTRrJMTA RICHMOND NEWS AND GOSSIP Proceedings Against R. P. and C. Railroad. FOR PERPETUAL INJUNCTION Judge Wnddlll, of Untied Mute Court, llonrn Arffnuicut oil Motion to t'ontluno ItcNtrnlnlnc Order Granted Sir. Strauu-Tlio CJovcrii or Again iu rnrdoiiliifr Humor ? Forlnuioutti nizamlat Liberated. (Special to Vlrglnlan-Pllot.) Richmond, Va., March 20.?The In? junction case of Wm. B. Strang, Jr., of New York, against the Richmond, Petersburg and Carolina railroad, was argued before Judge 12dmund Waddill, of the United States District Court, Saturday. Mr. Btrang alleges that he had a contract -with the said company to build the road and that It was agreed that he should bo paid in the bonds of the company after the work was com? pleted. ' lie further alleges that the contract was violated and the work given to others after bo had established offices here and put engineers to work on tho, road. The Richmond, Petersburg and Carolina railroad denies...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 21 March 1899

THE NEWS FROM VIRGINIA CONTINUED FROM PAGE EIGHT7 NEWPORT NEWS Mr. Thomas G. Leath Secures New Opera House. Work <ir IliilltllnK to Commence In Two Weeks?Hymeneal?tUroneer itobbcd?To Cnbn Alter Troops? Rnllrondlstle?Bnek to Kentucky. Newport News, V.l., March 20.?The opening of the next theatrical season will Bee Newport News with tt hand? some new playhouse, one that win be a credit to the city, and will have a stage large enough and equipped to ac? commodate the largest traveling organ? izations on tlic road. Mr. Al. Withers, of Gloucester coun? ty, lias contracted With Mr. O. H. A. Booker, manugcr of the Newport News Opera House, and Mr. Thomas G. Leath, manager of the Richmond, Nor? folk and Petersburg Academies of Music, to tint up a stone and brick theatre will will cost about $00,009; and the work must he finished by August 2S, as the opening attraction has been booked for August 29. The structure will he located ut the northeast corner of Washington avenue und Thi...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 21 March 1899

PORTSMOUTH LOCAL NEWS AND ADVERTISEMENTS PORTSMOUTH ?ND NORFOLK COUNTY What Virginian-Pilot Rep? resentatives Hear Daily. BRIEF ITEMS OF INTEREST lb* MoTeincni? or I'cople <u Whom the Aver?EO IteaUcr 1? lulcr ested?Happenings lu l>g?l?Bns lnea?, Itcllseoim mill Moclnl ? lr clm-A A'orecimt or ft'ninro Kvonts. Engineer John ITadley. of the South? ern Kail way, whose home I? In Spencer, N. C, was the guest of Mr. John W. Judklns, of this city. Sunday. The Portsmouth Street Hallway Com? pany has purchased a fumlgator, and It was used on all the cars last night for the first time. Superintendent Mountney says he proposes to keep the rolling clock of the company In ex? cellent 6anltary condition, hence this ecllon. The machine will be used In all the cars nightly. Miss Carrie McCoy's dancing school will give a soiree Wednesday night at Pythian Castle. The charming and attractive Utile four-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Turnley, residing at No. 703 County st...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 21 March 1899

PORTSMOUTH ADVERTISEMENTS. _'_["Continued."]_ HOSIERY! HOSIERY! A COMPI,BTB LINE OF HOSIERY OF ALL GRADES, IN LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S. BLACKS, TANS AND FANCIES FROM 10c. to 6?c. PER PAIR, INFANTS' SOCKS IN BLACK AND WRITE, 10c. AND 15c. CHILDREN'S PLAIN HOSE. HERMSDORF DYE. FOR 15c. LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S RIBBED VESTS (SUMMER), FROM 5c. TO 25c. j^MMEnrTr deans, TERMS CASH._320 HIGH STREET._ EVER HAD A FIT? IF NOT. WE CAN GIVE YOU ONE. 1,?00 samples to select from. Suits made to measure FROM $14 00 TO $40.00 ?AT THE? You See a Well Dressed Han nnd you Involuntarily remark "There is n lucky, prosperous fellow." Oood clothes aro tho hall mark of prosperity. They help you In life, in every way. Wo can help you Into tho clothes that will tit, and suit both you nnd your purse. CUSTOM TAILORS, 214 High Street, - Portsmouth, Va. A perfect fit guaranteed in every respect or money refunded. We can also save you 20 per cent, on the cost. Gall and See Samples and Pricss. LOOK WHAT A LINE OF WHEE...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 21 March 1899

Review oe tue Markets, Shipping News and Real E^tj^Transactions FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL Stocks, Money, Exchange, Bonds, Grain, Cotton, Provisions, Etc. New York. March 20.?Tho mark :. after a sensational movement in Sugar and the local transportation Bhni closed weak, with mixed net changes. Interest centered largely In Sugar, In which the transactions were over 191, (K'O shares, with a total of about WK. OOd shares. Sugar opened with an ad? vance of about N points, ran off 3 Mi and then touched ISA with a subsequent plungo or IS points, closing with n nel loss of about 8 points. Tho extraordi? nary movement of this stock lind n wide Influence In other directions. Brooklyn Transit was lifted over 0 points, and then lost much of the gain. Pronounced strength appeared In the Vanderbllts, Union Pacific, Northwestern, the Coal? ers and Chicago Terminal preferred, while some of the Internationals ma Ic a, show of strength in tho early dealings In sympathy with the higher rang? Iti Londo...

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