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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 8 January 1899

BR&M?LETOH W?RD. Rev. Henry Varley and wife, of Lon d. 11. Eng., arrlvi d In Norfolk yesterday morning and are the guests of Rev. Dr. J. J. Hall, on l'ark avenue. Be? ginning this morning Mr. Varley will conduct a series of evangelistic meet? ings at Park Avenue Baptist Church, preaching at 11 and 7:4.1 o'clock. Councilman A. M. Cousins, of this ward, who has I.n conllncd at Iiis home by sickness for-the past ten days, was able to be on the Btreet yesterday. Rev. Li. R. Christie, pastor of spur goon Memorial Baptist Church, will take as the theme of his series of ser? mons on social evils at 11 a. in. to-day "Sabbath Desecration." At night his subject will be "Cowardly." On Tuesday night next, at S o'clock. p grand concert will be given tit Kirn Hall, under liio auspices of North Park Chapter of St. Peter's 1*. B. Church. The talent engaged for U s concert is the very best In the oily. A special meeting of tin ,ocal Board rf Improvement will be I uld Wednes? day night t? take ac...

Publication Title: Virginian-Pilot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 8 January 1899

MILLER, R HO ADS cc CO., NORFOLK'S BUSY STORE, OPEN UNTIL 6 O'CLOCK. MILLER, RHOADS & CO., NORFOLK'S BUSY STORE, OPEN UNTIL 6 O'CLOCK. ANNUAL CLEARANCE of Tailor Made Suits. $10.00 Suits go at $8.00. N.wy Blue Venetian and Black Broadcloth Suits, $15.00 grade, SI0.G0. Black and Colored Suits, $16.50 grade, $12 98. Black Suils were $20.00, now $15.00 $25.00 Suits, $19.00. $25.00 Silk L??d Suit; f 15 00. THAT WAITED FOR EVENT ,< & Dress Good: ANNUAL CLEARANCE of Fine Sacqulng Flannels that sold at 39c. and 50c. Just the ?hing for Child's Coat or Ladies' Dressing Sacqnc. They have all been priced and go on sale Monday. Clearing price', 25c THAT MUCH ' . OUR GREAT ANNUAL JANUARY CLEARANCE SALE S f<? s AFTER SALE Ot all Dep?rl ANNUAL I mcnU the Dress CLEARING, j Good* and Silk _ 1 Departments will " ' " suller liie fiercest ?? cutting of ail - not counting the cor.t and ignoring 'ho previous selling price. A large assortment Novrlly Dress ^ Gcxd;, jj iu., 40 in. and 45-in. ...

Publication Title: Virginian-Pilot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 8 January 1899

WATT. RETTEW & CLAY. WATT. KETTEW & CLAY. Store Closes Promptly at 6 P. 1*1.; Saturdays, iO. WATT. KETTEW & CLAY. WATT. KETTEW & CLAY. orrow ? Some Excellent Values in s ry, The Hosiery Department, in its enlarged quarters, holds out some very tempting values to economically inclined patrons. ^? The following items but faintly hint of what's here. We have Ladies' Wose on up to ?2.50 a pair. The Prior=to=inventory General Clearance Sale Boys' and Girl's Ptnln and Fleeced Host", splendid grade, to close, a pair. Boys' and Girl's Ribbed Hose, high spliced heel and toes, double soles ?.nd doubl? kni-es. in extra heavy ' and medium welgntB, sizes c to t". ., to close, I2V&C a pair. Boys' and Girl's Wide Kit. Fast Black Hos?, sizi s o to i", extra value, to close, llt'jc. a pair. Tho famous "Samson" Stocking for Boys, his three thread knoo, three thread foot and four thread heel mid l toe. Of unusual strength and dura? bility, slzcj ? tu 10, 3 pair for BOc. Ladles' Pla...

Publication Title: Virginian-Pilot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 8 January 1899

MAT' CONGRESS IS DOING A Dull Day in House of Represen? tatives. Mr. AIImi, ol Wct>ru?kn, Dl?cn??f? llic Proposition t?> Pension ?'?lUciler mi' huldlcri ItcKOlnllOH Against B'orclole Ann? xullou. Washington, D. c, Jan. 7.?Tho House or Representatives was engaged all ilny on the legislative nnd execu? tive appropriation bill, and completed it substantially as reported, except the items Cor the Civil Service Commission, xvhich went over until Monday. There were several side debates dur? ing the day. One ot these brought out Mr. Grosven?r, of Ohio, In a speech of an hour on current political questions, lie said the country was enjoying.pros? perity owing to the maintenance of the jgold standard and .passage of the Ping ley tariff bill. The Philippines also came in for attention, on the discovery of an Item of $12,000 for naval charts of the islands. The Item was ruled out on a point of order by Mr. Dockcry, the chairman, Mr. Payne holding that : he Philippines were still foreign ...

Publication Title: Virginian-Pilot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 8 January 1899

Daisy /^ay Write? Of tb? Newest Society Idol?. [Copyright, 1899.] MTean tip Roszke and Pol Plancon must >h to their laurels If they'd retain mage. The flcklo matinee girl is about to transfer her affections. Jean some What dampened the ardor of his Amer? ican admirers when he took unto hlm If an English wife. Plancon, the in? comprehensible, is too difficult, declares :t woman hero worshiper. A new star appears upon the horizon. To the matinee girl a new god is born. He Is Herr Van Rooy. Van Itooy made his debut In "Wal Icuerle," essaying the role of Wotan. Doth press and public pronounce him. the finest operatic basso New York has ever known. Today the matinee maid Is pelting him with roses. Tomorrow she will be praying for his autograph. Next week! she'll be begging for a lock of his hair, and, if all signs do not fail, before the end of a month writing sonnets to Iiis c> es. Theater habitues nlso have a new \ b?auty over which to rave. She appears la Anthony Hope's ''Rupert...

Publication Title: Virginian-Pilot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 8 January 1899

EXTRAORDINARY ANNOUNCEMENT OF THE GREAT BEFORE, INVENTORY TAKING CLEARANCE, SALE, I @ E3ElGIIMiNII\JG MONDAY, JANUARY ?th, AT S A. M. Promptly, regardless of the weather, and continue without interruption until all the goods here advertised aie disposed of. Stock taking time must find us with less than half the goods now on hand, and to accomplish this in quickest time possible, prices will be cut as never before. Although the price tendency on all classes of Dry Goods is upwards, this sale will force them lower than ever known in this section ol the country. This will be a harvest for Bargain seekers ; a harvest for Housekeepers ; a general harvest time of Bargain gathering for all prudent and economical buyers. Goods to suit every age, prices to suit every pocket and meet the quick approval of the most exacting purchasers. This is an opportunity not to be neglected if you value money. Be on hand Monday early, if possible, and tell your friends and neighbors of this Carnival of Bar...

Publication Title: Virginian-Pilot
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 8 January 1899

TUE OLD DOMINION Brief Items of Interest Picked Up Here and There. Messrs. Lee and Miller, two mineral? ogists of Pennsylvania, have been In the county for some time looking Into the mineral resources ct this section. Their object is to bring "Virginia iron ore to tho attention of northern manu? facturers. They report that the coun? ty is rich in a superior grade of, ore, which will In a short tiroe be a great source of wealth to this people. jfrlr. J. B. Anderson, a well known KfRtaurantcur of Lynehburg, died here this morning after a long Illness, aged lifty years. Mrs. Marian Henry, widow of the late William Henry, after a protracted Illness, died In Frederlcksburg Thurs? day at the home of her neice, Miss Jen? nie Hay. Rev. Robert C. Jett, rector of Eman uel Episcopal Church, Staunton, Is very 111 with grip. His friends are ex? ceedingly anxious about him. Cards nre out for the wedding of B. Miller McCue, agent at Staunton of the Adams Express Company, und Miss Camilla Alsop, of...

Publication Title: Virginian-Pilot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 8 January 1899

NORTH CAROLINA NEWS BUDGET Democratic Legislature Set? tles Down to Hard Work. SOME BILLS INTROCUCED S'VP'ilfst Member Admit* Hint II*? IIa? Ko Claim to Neat ?Draili of Mr. Capftieari ? ?ew iieur nml Dumb Institution? TO tut ?'fT Focs-t'ol oncl Jim 1 onus's Kami) on Corner feto tie. Raleigh, N. C, January 7.? The leg? islature has Quickly nettled down to business. Never was there less delay or trouble In regard to the election or appointment of officers. The important measures begin to appear early. It Is very rare for these to appear until later. If It be possible, the Legislature Will adjourn before the end of ijixty days, which r-rc the limit of the ses? sion?that is, the time for which the J4 a day pay is allow td. The election contest of J. K. YV. Sugg (Democrat) against Mitchell (Populist), for the seat in the House from Greene, was quickly disposed of by the commit? tee. Mitchell admitted that he had no title to the eeat, and the vote to neat Bugg was, therefore, unanimous. M...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 8 January 1899

SHORT SKIRTS ARE NOW HERE Bill Gossette on the Abrevi ated Costume. ONE DRY SPOT IN NORFOLK "lie Kiioivh It All" n l>o*orlp?lvo Sol? omwntstte orte? Uncle /''??> Makes .liitn.v .>e\v Itetolutlons, but Fiiirta li llnrd i? Kreit Any ir Tin m A Very tstruiigo Jt'renK of Nan tut c. ^ BO ?kdo kOME how, I don't SCO hOW Polite UiUll some things they sometimes uo. This sentence may tu a close iiutl critical observer appear a tritle ambiguous, bui it is uscti tt> get in this cut, with the V?Ji?J^ X^vSk pretty old German ^?p-?s?^ text letter "S" \V\ j y<\ tin icon, and while fiar_*7?i>ii', tf ha'8 BO,ne ,K>!ir ^Vejrr^iX jn;r Upon this par? agraph, it Isn't very much, so please pardon the ambiguity. The cut, how e\ > r, bears directly on the subject nt issue and Is, therefore, somewhat dif? ferent, from these we have used pre? viously, which, aa .stated at the time, were run to attract attention. As we propose to write tho paragraph about Short skills, wo think the subj...

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

PORTSMOUTH LOCAL NEWS AND ADVERTISEMENTS PORTSMOUTH AND NORFOLK COUNTY What Virginian-Pilot Rep? resentatives Hear Daily BRIEF ITEMS OF INTEREST Sue Movement* or I'oople in Wliom Aremce iteutlcr !<? Imor c Ntc*fi~ilii|>l"*"l"S'< Legal?Uiw liit Nx. KvllKaotis nml Noclnl t'lr? eleu?A Farcen?! of Future Events. Grand Outer Guard E. U Cunnlgham, or the Grand Lodge, K. "f P., of Vir? ginia, will pay an ofllclal visit to Ch?rohland Lodge No. 62 on the after? noon of Thursday, tho 26th. Air. J. Davis Hood has l>een highly complimented for the resolution he of? fered in regard to gates. A small sail l?oat chpdlxed In the har? bor yesterday morning with two men in it. The remains of Mr. Ackcrly, wro died suddenly Friday niKht. wilt he taken to Richmond tio<- morning via the Chesapeake and Ohio railroad for Interment. The committee of city 0(11 icrs left last night for New York, attend the Bttit mentioned In yesterday's paper. Mrs. Etherldge Is quite sick at her home. No. 300 C...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 8 January 1899

PORTSMOUTH ADVERTISEMENTS. _Continued._ Great Sacrifice Sale of Men's Suits and Overcoats. a recuilar slaughtering ok trices. Lower trices for fine goods i mis sk?s. ?n than ever before. Tho list order we gave was too large (It has not been six works) wo met tho conditions face to lace, and lower tho prices until you cannot resist tho values nnd unload. It Is not tho right policy to carry over stock of one senson to Ui? next. We won't do It. <?? er /i yon suits and overcoats ct? s3 r^r^x <t> O- i" That sold up to. ipOiUU $7,45 ^a?idA'u?to^f.?A^S.. $10.00 $9.75 roBOT?r.!!~.*?. $12.50 $11.TORffiTsl?. SIB OO SHOE DEPARTMENT?Our Shoes for Ladles, Men Misses nnd Children aro the best for tho price that oxoerlenco, mom y and modern methods can produce, und we assure you that all who are wearing now. and will wear our Shoes, will be awarded, first, by having their feet in perfect condition: Beeond, by saving dollars In pocket when the year is around. Don't ko another day without o...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 8 January 1899

REVIEW OF MARKETS FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL Stocks, Money, Exchange, Bonds, Grain', Cotton, Provisions, Etc. " Nov.- York, January 7. ?Stocks resum? ed tho upward movement to-day and in some cases advanced violently. Ef? forts to bring about a reaction were successful only in the initial trading. There were moderate arbitrage sales tor London account which aided the reac? tionists' early efforts. The Grangers nml Pacifies were off fractionally, while the so-called Flower specialties, Brook? lyn Transit, Federal Steel and People's Gas were very sharply olT. The execu? tion of an order to sell ;t large block of slock at the market caused a bad break in Tobacco. This brought out further sales by reaching stop loss or? ders. Floor brokers in many cast B ad Vised their housevs that the movement In the general market was too violent to last and presently buying orders pre? dominated over those to sell. These purchases were largely Increased on the appearance of the bank statement which was...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 10 January 1899

Vu"'uuiuullininaiimiiii,iiii lu.uiui ] IN TWO PARTS, f ?TlTTTtTITTTITtTTTTTIlTtTTTTITTTTTTTT TTTTT TTf ml ?5 r luamniuuuiiuHUinnuimitltiiiiiilw WEATHER FORECAST FOR TO-DAY | NORFOLK AND VICrNlTV? j! Rain to-day, with warmer, light 3 south win ds. ?T?tT?TrTTTir TTTTTnTTTTMTTTTTTTT rrrrrS VOL. II?NO. 85. NORFOLK, VA., TUESDAY, JANUARY 10, 1899?TWELVE PAGES. THREE CENTS PER COPY. SENATOR HOAR'S GREAT SPEECH Opposes Administration'sPol icy of Expansion. IT VIOLATES CONSTITUTION Proposition to Forcibly Annex the Philippine Islands Discussed in. All Its Phases. MONROE DOCTRINE IS GONE Tho Frniners or ilio t'onnf Ittitlon Und, I.cnriirtl Tlml WMlo There I? i.Ktio Biso 'Hint Democracy Omnot Ac eoninlisu, it Cnunot itnio Over VnaaaJ MiiIch or Subject Proplca Million* Bringing itto Elements of Ilrutli Into IIh Own t'onalltnllon Tli? Arguments orilio Kacpniiaion tM(h ? A i ???'.oii In ft'npolrou'n change or Ppiiey?Ttie President of Oii? Yenr A;?i Quoted Against in. President To-Uwy ? Renal or ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 10 January 1899

LOST. ?w- OST. ? GOLD WATCH, TIUTRS JLj day night, about 7:43 p. m.. at Nor? folk and Western crossing. Uberal re? ward will be paid It finder will return flame to "i" Church street. JnS-3t? IrtOCeTD-^ATUKDAY, IN HAMPTON i Roads, Yawl Ho it. Owner can re? ceive Same by applying to W. S. REN STEN.care Ricken & CO., and paying eb arses._JalO-St* _FOR SALE._ MERCANTILE BUSINHSS9 FOR sab. J^a.iXO. Stock and lixtures will almost cover tills amount: profits SU.Ooa weekly. McDonald & wiggins. no is au street. New York City. R \ .1 OR "SALE. ? 3 GOOD_ TOOL, TA~ V blea cheap. Address W7 Rust Hrum bleton avenue. JuS-3t m or SALE.? GROCERY AND mio AT X} business; splendid location. MEATS, cure Vlrglnlan-Pilot. _ 10-tf BOARDERS. XKT AiNTED.?BY OKXThKMAN AND ?V wife, one or two well furnished rooms In refined private family; not too far rrom Monticello Hotel. Address G. O., tills ofllce._ H?. C"t ENTRAL HOUSE. ? FURNISHER J rooms for rent, with or without board permanent or transient, at...

Publication Title: Virginian-Pilot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 10 January 1899

WEATHER REPORT. WEATHER FORECAST. Washington, D. C, Jan. 0. Forecast for Tuesdny: For Vrglnla: Threatening weather end rain; colder; fresh northerly winds. For North Carolina: Increasing cloudiness and rain Tuesday afternoon; light variable winds, becoming north? easterly and Increasing. METEOROLOGICAL DATA. Maximum tempernture. 55 Minimum temperature. 31 Normal temperature. 39 Departure from normal.plus 4 Departure from normal since Jan unry 1st.plus 4 Rainfall In past 24 hours. 0 Ralnfsll since 1st of month.31 Mean humidity. TO WEATHER. Rain to-day, with warmer, light south Winds. CALENDAR. Sun rleos 7:1S a. m.; set? 5;0S p. m. T1DKS. Norfolk: High waAer at 7:32 a. m. anil 7:r>7 p. m.: low water at 1:03 a. ni. and 2:cn p. tn._ HIED. frank?Suddenly, on Sunday morning TAKLA r.. beloved wife of Samuel Frank. Funeral from her late residence 4^1 E. Main street, TUESDAY, January ln:h, at l6 a. m. JENKINS?In this city, at his resi? dence, No. 86 Chapel street Sunday. Jan? uary 8111,18...

Publication Title: Virginian-Pilot
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 10 January 1899

VIRGINIAN - PILOT. "VIRGINIAN AND PILOT PUBLISHING COMPANY. NORFOLK VIRGINIAS AND DAILY PiLOI. (Consolidated March. 1S0S.) Entered at the Postorflco at Norfolk, Va., as second-class matter. OFFICE: PILOT BUILDING. CITY HALL AVISNU13, _NORFOLK, VA. OFFICERS: A. H. Git ANDY, President: M. GLENN AN. Vice-Presldent: w. s. WILKINSON. Treasurer; JAMES E. AL? LEN Secretary, HOARD OF DIRECTORS: A. TL Grandy M. Glcnnan, L. D. Starke. Jr.. T. W. Shelton. R. W. Shulllcc, James 13. Allen, D. F. Donovan. THREE CENTN VI?It COPY. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: The VIRGINIAN-PILOT Is delivered to subscribers by carriers In Norfolk ami vicinity Portsmouth, Berkley, Suffolk. West Norfolk, Newport Nl ws, for 1U cents per week, payable to the- carrier. By mall, to any plaeo In tho United States, postage free: UAil.Y, one yntr - - - SR.00 " slm nionlhs - ' ? ?? S.tt " Itiren mouths - - 1.?0 " one in mi Hi - ?. m ..to ADVERTISING RATES: Advertise? ments Inserted at the rale of 7.". cent- a Square, first Insertion; ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 10 January 1899

Makes the food more delicious and wholesome ^^^__^_JJ1JMI?,il'iOT*1- ^jH^V^S0.*" ~?ii' wt"--??_ BRA1BLET0H WARD. The Offlccre' and Teachers' Associa? tion of Trinity M. IS. Sunday School held Us regular monthly meeting last night in the infant class room, with a good attendance of members. The session was a very interesting one. All the various lines of Sunday-school work were discussed. This organization bids fair to do much for the advancement of the Sunday-School cause. The Brambleton YV. C. T. II. will meet at the home of the president, No. K02 North Park avenue, this afternoon a>t 3:30 o'clock. Mrs. H?ge, the State president, will bo present and deliver an address. Refreshments will be served. All ladies are cordially invited to he present. Miss .Mattie I-Tynlop, of Windsor ave? nue, has returned home from a month's visit to friends In Brooklyn, N. Y. Misses Matth; and Kose Harwell, of No. uou Clay avenue, have returned from a week pleasantly spent with Miss Dollie Eberwelne...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 10 January 1899

S?ARKEY AND McCOY Ready for the Great Punching Bout To-night. it men in Hie I'm!; <>r condition, tint McCoy tlio Favorite With itoi tnrn- Sliarko) Itlght Kolted Upon top" Victory. (By Telegraph to Virclnlan-rilot., New York. .Ian. 9.?Tom Sharkey anil Kid McCoy both profess to he ready anil eager for the contest in the Lenox Athletic club to-morrow night, when they will battle for a $20,000 purse. They completed their training to-day un?l are as lit ns human hands can make them- The confidence of each In his ability to triumph over the other borders on the marvelous. M'COY Till-: FAVORITE. Among the betters the bulk of the money is being placed on McCoy. The betters argue that McCoy's cleverness ?will carry him Bafely over every mine that Sharkey may plant for him and enable him to ride safely over the sailor when he is at his stormiest. The men who stand by Sharkey- and they are legion -say that the sailor will be on top "f his man at all stages, and that all he wants is lo la...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 10 January 1899

SUFFOLK NEWS LETTER Judge Kilby's Remark Was Effec? tive, the Crowd Left. Net VerfltOt Anlrtc ? Yoltow Hrnncb l,lquor Pigltt?Died in Smithtieiu Hlrcpy Hol? Soclety ? Nucceasor Not Cbosen?Uniigbter of l'onfedernrjr? (Special to Vlrglnlan-Pllot.) Suffolk, Va., Jan. 9.?Without friends, money, influence or counsel, Ben Crad doek is saved f rom a term of penal ser? vitude, and that after he had been convicted of a felony by a Nansemond county jury. It happened in the County Court this afternoon. Craddoek was given two years, and the jury wasn't very long about it. Craddoek had no lawyer. When the jury reported, Judge W. J. Kllby stepped in with the exer? cise of his judicial prerogative and Set aside the verdict. Judge Kllby was sor? ry, he said, to disagree with the Jury, but he thought the evidence did not warrant a conviction. Craddoek was charged with being an accomplice to the robbery of a pleas? ure boat. Mr. Bernard Fauth, of Nor? folk, took ?.'ine Northern friends sail? ing and l...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 10 January 1899

TMi OLD DOMINION Brief Items of Interest Picked Up Here and There. Mr. F. F. Partridge, a bridge ,b"ullder of the Atlantic Coast Line, was found about midnight Saturday night on the side of the railroad track near Actes Station, about two miles south of Pe? tersburg, vary badly Injured. It is sup? posed he was struck by a train. He was taken to the Frederieksburg Home for the Sick, where he died Sunday. Mayor Peter Hanger Woodward, of Staunton, celebrated his 76th birthday last Friday, and was tendered a de? lightful reception nt the residence of his son, Mr. Joseph Baylor Woodward. Private William Cleland, of Lynch bug, was accidentally killed by an ac? cidental discharge of his pistol, done by dropping it on the floor of his quar? ters in Havana, His body will bo brought home. George W. Nicely, of Middleway, W. Va., celebrated his 92d birthday last ?week. He is in good health, active and has an excellent memory. In the United States Court at Alex? andria Edward M. Lewis, aged 15 y...

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