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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 25 March 1899

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON . PAGES TWO, THREE AND FIVE Makes the food more delicious and whoJesome novIL 0OIN0 PO*CE? CO., NEW VOR*. _ 1^?i^? ' ? *" ??m-j^ir.^TrT' tr?by- B????i "MIHI" COURT DECISIONS. Notes of Cases Recently Decided, Which are of Interest to Our People. DIGESTED BY W. B- MARTIN. (Exclusively for Vlrglnlan-Pllot.) CITY OP WALT.A WAT.T.A V. WALLA WALLA WATER CO. Supremo Court of the United States, November 14, isus. A CITY MAY GRANT TO A COM? PANY THE FRANCHISE To SUP? PLY IT WITH WATER, IF ITS CHARTER AUTHORIZES SUCH A GRANT: IN SUCH CASE THE CITY WILL BE ENJOINED FROM BUILDING WATER VVORKS OK ITS OWN DUR1NO THE TERM OF Tl i E GRA NT, WHEN THERE IS AN EXPRESS STIPULATION IN THE"GRANT THAT IT WILL NOT DO SO. THE GRANT OF A RIGHT TO SUP? PLY A CITY WITH WATER FOR 25 YEARS DOES NOT CREATE a MONOPOLY, NOR "PREVENT THE GRANTING or A SIMILAR fuaN CHISE TO ANOTHER COMPANY*. This was a suit In equity by tin water company tu enjoin the city ol Walla Walla from erecting water wor...

Publication Title: Virginian-Pilot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 25 March 1899

LATEST TELEGRAPH NEWS, CONTINUED FROM FIRST PAGE. M'COY WINS OYER CHOYNSKI The Most Scientific Fight Ever Witnessed. THEY FIGHT TWENTY ROUNDS K IVm Give nncl Tnko From iimi;r ginning*? Tiio r.n<i of tl'ic Tweuiloili Round ;t'oand Tlio Men ? iuii.ii: In the Middle or flic Rlng--Tlie Kid's lro"(noi k Puzzles Joe. I - (By Telegraph to Virginian-Filot.) San Francisco, Cal,, March 1!4.?The McCoy-Choynski fight took placo to? night, before a large audience. When McCoy and Choynski entered the ring the former weighed 15'J pounds and the latter 167. to tho centre and gave Instruction*. Tli> y agreed to break away clean. The light by rounds was as follows: ROUND ONE. After lively sparring in tho middle of the ring McCoy led with his b.-rt for the body, but missed. Choynski was on the aggressive, but did hot lead until Mc? Coy lambd a left on his neck. McCoy swung left for load, and Joe ducked. Joe landed lightly on top of McCoy's head. McCoy Jabbed left to body anil followed with swing...

Publication Title: Virginian-Pilot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 25 March 1899

the; news from the old north state and its" capital RALEIGH NEWS LETTER The Sentence of Samuel B. Pearson Commuted. HIS THIRD TERM AND PARDON Crliiilnn! Career of Clio Sin" <Jov eruOr ltn>>?e)l Turi^p I.imihu I'pou Kacloty?( uitou .11 IM f?cv<plo|?im>nl in (uiiibcrliitKl?Liquor Seised in Harliuut?'llio Cur t'oiiipnny Fail? ure- ICnsebiill Kiiclict. Raleigh, X. C, March 21.?The dov ernor has commuted the- sentence of Samuel B. Pearson, of Burke county, from ten years t'> two years and eight months. This is his third term and third pardon. The first time ho cut the Jyaroat et* a man named Walker and got t^\n^y years. He served but .1 short while' Next he was convicted-of steal? ing a horse >n.l again sent up. A sec? ond time he was pardoned, after serv-| lug less than two years. His last conviction was tor a char? acteristic crime. He was running a I "blind tiger" on one of the principal streets In Morganton, and becoming vexed because John McNecly, who own? ed ti...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 25 March 1899

NEWS FROM RICHMOND" AND OTHER PARTS OF VIRGINIA RICHMOND NEWS AND GOSSIP Soldiers Want to Be Muster? ed Out in the South. THE GOVERNOR PETITIONED Will no to mo ?Jons Financial .i<i vnillngo? .Jniifco Wnilillll Decides mi Important t'nno Involving Jn> riKdiriioii ? Yonug Hai Cru*be<l Under n IiocaiiiotlYO ? Supreme i oni > Decisions. (Spflal to Vlrpinlnn-rilPt.) Richmond, Va., March 24.?Although It la not known here where the Fourth Virginia, will .be mustered out, it is known that the tuen desire to lie dis? charged from the Bcrvlce at some of the Southern military r.tations. In order that they may get the additional 82 cents for every 20 miles traveled from the place of mustering out to their homes. Governor Tyler to-day received n pe? tition signed by about 800 enlisted men of the regiment asking that they be or? dered to some Southern c.nnp for mus? tering out. The petition recites that they wish thin done In order that they may have the advantage of Increased pay, an...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 25 March 1899

DIVINE SERVICES SUNDAY. METHODIST EPISCOPATj. Epworth, corner oC Freemason and Boush streets.- Preaching by the pas? tor, Rev. W. J. Young. D. D. Sermon appropriate to Palm Sunday. Evening. "Faust ami Mephlstophelos" (last of the scries on "Myths and Legends of Chris? tian Lands." Queen, corner of Pulaskl and Queen streets?Preaching by the pastor, Rev. S. C, Hatcher, at ll a. in. and 7:1". 1-. m. Huntersvllle, Johnson avenui ? Preaching by the pastor. Rev. Daniel T. Merrltt, at n a. in. and 7:45 p. in. Morning subject, "A Maiden's Timely Advice Saves a Croat Captain." Even? ing, ?'Tho Father's Forgiveness and the Son's Sacrifice." Epworth League, 4 i>. m. Centenary, corner of Boush and Queen streets?Preaching l>y the pastor. Rev. W. 11. Edwards, at ll a. m. and j 7:4.r, p. m. Sunday school at 9:15 a. m. Revival services at night. Cumberland, between Holt and Cove streets?Preaching i>y the pastor, Kev. H. E. Johnson, D. 1>., at 11 a. in. and 7::ti> t>. m. LcKlcs* Me...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 25 March 1899

PQglSMOUTH LOCAL NEWS AND ADVERTISEMENTS PORTSMOUTH AND NORFOLK COUNTY What Virginian-Pilot Rep? resentatives Hear Daily. BRIEF ITEMS OF INTEREST 1 hi' Movement-, of. I'eople Iu Whom Ilie Atcmc? Iteaiter Is Inter? ested? Hnpticntits* in Lea.'?'--IIuh I ll e "ts. It <?1 I o ii 1 lllMl Social ?ll Clea?A l"o?ot:;??i of i'mnrc I.von tu. Bead what C. TV. Hudglns & Co. has to tell you in to-.lay fi issue. See list of prices. The Good Road ."Ulli will lake some part iu politics in tiie county this spring. There was a large attendance at the devotional meeting at Monumental M. E. Church la-u night. Those present spent a. pleasant evening. Rev. J. w. Mitchell, of South street Baptist Church, will to-morrow night . preach n special sermon to the Wood? men of the World a. his church. While a colored man was washing the front windows at Whitehead's saloon, on Crawford street yesterday, the step ladder on which lie was standing Kip? ped and threw him through one of the panes. The noise of...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 25 March 1899

PORTSMOUTH ADVERTISEMENTS, [ Continued. | HOSIERY! HOSIERY! A COMPLETE L1NI3 OP HOSIERY OK ALL GRADES, IN LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S. BLACKS, TANS AND FANCIES FROM 10c. to BOc. PER PAIR. INFANTS' SOCKS IN BLACK AND WHITE, Wc. AND 15c. CHILDREN'S PLAIN HOSE, HERMSDORF OYB, FOR I3c. LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S RIBUF. I> VESTS (SUMMER), FROM 5c. TO C5i\ TERMS CASH. 320 HIGH STREET SPRING PATTERNS?^ In Glimmer's Fine Gilt, Embossed nn!l Tapestry Wall Paper. & ?< S< ?.< & Jfi ,< 224. HIGH STREET, BERKLEY The Cannon Brothers, Mosern. E. J. an? H. L., of Norfolk, have leased the wharf, Ice-house, coal bin and ware? house at the foot of Chestnut street, formerly operated by Messrs. Charles Bllvcn, Soils & Co. Mr. Cannon slates that ho will make a special effort to have the transportation companies touch at Berkley wharf this year. Ef forts have been made to this end for years, but In spite of the work of the merchants and business men of the town, the transportation compan...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 25 March 1899

FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL Storts, Mon6y, Exchange, Bonds, Grain, Cotton, Provisions, Etc. New York, March 21.-The fact that money was slightly easier to-c'ay. call rates ranging from l to r-_- per cent., lent confidence to operators ami gave the market a strong tone most of the day. Another important Influence on quotations was prediction that because of tho curtailment in loans, supposed to have taken place this week, the banks would be ublc to show an in? crease in surplus reserve to-morrow. Pool buying of Brooklyn Rapid Transit, which lifted It 5V6 'ami People's ?las, Which gained a point, had a sentimen? tal influence because of tin- promlncn e of the parties concerned in recent ope? rations for a rise Tho railways were not quite as active as yesterday, 'out dealings in Grangers Improved lb in fractionally and Pucillcs were ?> trifle higher. Consolidated Has lost >-,. and Third Avenue six points on the fear that they will not secure desired legis? lation. There were tract! ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 26 March 1899

Villi i1. in 11.1111 in It i: u Ulli .111I mull iWHJ i i \ IN TWO PARTS. 1 VOL; [I. NO. 150. ? ? ry 'T f TT TTtTTTTTTTTTT TT rrTTTTTTTt! rft-mTYTTTYTT ! THE MOST LOCAL NEWS and the best of it in the Vir- , GINIAN-PlLOT. That's why'4 you see so many people read- l ing the VlRGlNIAN-PlLOf* u?ill,l.,,,1-l,,u....u.i..,lu 1X1A.A > OH FOLK, V A., SI N DAY, MARCH *J<J. l $?>?>. SIXTEEN PAGI P1UCE TUB RE CENTS. LATEST NEWS OF THE WORLD BY TELEGRAPH AND CABLE.} ??E8DON SWEPT B?CK TOWARD MALABON More Fierce Fightiug in the Philippines. INTRENCHMENTS STORMED Many Americans Overcome by the Heat. THE LOSSES ON BOTH S'.OES Our Troops lloveil I'pon lilt! l.lT.f u''|>ih ni li'rlorl? itittl in Slht-tj Mliillti s ( l< in ? il Iii? W hole S'rooi, n llUtiturc t hrec' IJIli-h tfr.ur Towns {'nptit red oi??l O n Horn eel 's in* t i oi' Airol m? tri irin.r <or:i<>rf<l ul Hittnlinii, nml in III* loolttllls .1 Sltigitlotl tn.p.nni Klu;?l Ami-rlCao Tltolle* ul Holil l:iK Tiller 5...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 26 March 1899

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES TWo7 THREE AND FIVE. FOUND. NIGHT, AT 171 OITND?S ATU KD AY NTOHT, AT -ft National Bowling Bailors Knights or I'ythins watch obarm, sumo can bo ma bv calling fur same._ nrn OOND ADRIFT. - OFF windmile X1 j>olnt Chesapeake nay, by tug Ashor J Hudson, one Fish Boat and Skiff. Owner can get same by applying 5> HUDSON & URO.. OS Roanoko avenue, Norfolk, and paying cosvs._mii--.it WANTED; MU Oil LADY 'i'O ?ntAVj.-r AND appoint ag( fits. Established firm. j?o per montli and nil expenses to start. SIKH.. Box 398. Philadelphia, l a. mh22-wo,sa.sutoapl9,?iyntojuM TTT ANTED A N AOTIN M ST O B N G W "man for office work, with full knowledge of book-keeping: niust ii.w satisftutory rcfoi eiuvs. Ic-bllttx. this oflice._mbZC-3t? \Xr A'NTKD?BY MAY 1ST, AN 13X ?V nortenced Traveling Shoo Salesman Jor Easb rn North Carolina; ono wlthsomo trade Address", with references, smoks. care Virginian-Pilot. mh2ii-::t* ARTNKR. ? STRICTLY MORAL,, well trained, young (Norf...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 26 March 1899

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES TWO, THREE AND FIYR Washington, D. C, March 25.?Fore? cast for Sunday: Virginia?Threatening weather ami rain in the morning, tollowcd t>y clear? ing; fresh' southerly, shifting t<? west? erly winds. North Carolina?Partly cloudy; winds becoming brisk westerly. tN'orlolk nnll Vlclnllr WEATHER FORECAST FOR TO-DAY. Rain, followed by generally fair weather; brisk South, shifling to West winds. TEMPERATURE, RAINFALL AND HUMIDITY. Maximum temperature . \~> Minimum temperature . 3C Normal temperature . iS Departure from normal .minus ? Departure sin.-,. Jan. 1st.minus 0^ Rainfall in past -t hours.01 Rainfall since 1st of m mth.1.63 Mean humidity . -s' CALENDAR. Sun rises, 5:59 a. m.; sets, C:2f*. p. m. TIDES. Norfolk: High water, S:?r, n. m.. 8:42 p. m. Low water. 2:18 a. in.. 2:31 p. in. Old Point: High water. S:ii.' a. m., S:2l p. in. Low water. 1:57 a. in., 2:10 i>. in. KI NO 11 :>. in., March IS9S?. tit the nwulcwco "t" T. ft. norland, I5? Vor...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 26 March 1899

VIRGINIAN-PILOT. ?BY THE? .VIRGINIAN AND PILOT PUBLISH I NO COMPANY. .ORFOLK VIRGINIAN AND DAILY PILOT. (Consolidated March, 1593.) Entered at tho Posiofflee at Norfolk, !Va.. as second-class matter. OI'FICB: PILOT BUILDING. CITY HAUIi AVENUE. norfolk. va. OFFICERS': A II, QRANDV, President; M. QlJ?KNAN, Viee-Presldeiit: W. ?. WILKINSON. Treasurer: JAA1KS E. AL 1.KN. Secretary. BOARD OK DIItKCTORS: A. II. Grandy, M. Glcnnnn. L. D. starke. Jr.. *;,W. ?hi-Iion. H W. Shultlce, James E. Allen. D. p. Donovan. i tf.it i t c t.ms PER * ut'V. subscription rates: The VIRGINIAN-PItiOT is delivered to subscribers by carriers In Norfolk and vicinity Portsmouth. Berkley, Suffolk. West Norfolk. Nrw;iort News, for 10 corns jier week pjv.-ibio to the cairler. By mail, -o any i>laco in the Untied Btates. postage free: I)All,t,OUi>;cir - Srt.OO " atxniontlia - S.OO " llirnn months ?? - l.xo M Olli* lllotlttl ?? *? ' * ADVERTISING RATES: Ao*>-m? tr.onte Inserted at tbe rate or 7.". rents a Sq...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 26 March 1899

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ' ON PAGES TWO, THREE AND FIVE COURT DECISIONS. Notes of Cases Recently Decided, Which are of Interest to Our People. DIGESTED BY W- B MARTIN, (Exclusively for Virginian-mot.) WRIGHT V. INDEPENDENCE N. BANK. Supreme Court ot ,\i.)>,.;iis of Virginia, February s, 1899. AX AGREEMENT FOR INDUL? GENCE MADE WITH ANY OTHER PERSON THAN" THE PRINCIPAL DEBTOR DOES NOT RELEASE THE FIRST ENDORSER OF A Nl ?TE PR( <M LIABILITY. This was a suit on a negotiable noto made !>>? Roberts, payable t<> Wright, the appellant, at the Traders* Hunk, endorsed bv Wright to that bank, and by that bank !?> appellee as collateral to Been re a di bt duo by that bank to appellee. An agreement was after? wards made between the two bunks by which the debt for which said note wns collateral should be extended. The lower court gave Judgment tor the plaintiff against Wright and he appeal? ed, The Court says: The defense relied en in this ease Is that the defendant, an accommoda...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 26 March 1899

their loveliness, ami the fair maiden llnds it hard t? decide which to choose. Ghapcaux in all manner uf shapes, large mid small, high and Hat, to be worn tutcd over the fate, on or the back of. the head, are to be seen. Flow? is and ribbon, chiffon and laee. feathers and vlngs. are combined to make these dreams of loveliness which form bo Im? portant a part In the Basier get-up. and the girls are anxiously awaiting the approach of that day that He y may be seen under the becoming shade ot their Easter crowns. ? ? ? Not much lias been going on In tie social world this week, but several email affairs took place which afforded great pleasure to those who partici? pated. * * ? Although there is no dancing on the Franklin during bent, yet the band plays from I until ?'? o'clock on Tuesdaj afternoons, and Captain and Mrs. Wise and Miss Wise charmingly receive their friends. Quite a bug - number were on hand.Tuesday.afternoon, who greatly enjoyed the time spent with, their hos? pitable ho...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 26 March 1899

Tili: CLOSING OF LENT Services of Holy Week Will End the Penitential Season l'i? > in Niiniliiy null ItH ? ii in im-hi i> in iloii-I'aluia win ito Itlrsaod mi?i lllatrlbitlc-d lo ilio I'nltlilul ? Hour, ill NcrvllOH. To-day begins what Is known In the church calendar as Palm Sunday, Hie beginning of. Holy Week, or the close of she Lenten season. I'nlin Sunday takes its name from ihe ceremony per fbrmCd In the Cathode churches throughout the world on this day of blessing palms, or other green boughs, and distributed t" tit.mgregatlons. The service is in ? bservnnce of the tri? umphal entry of our Saviour Into Jeru? salem live days before his crucifixion, and Is consecrated lo the special com? memoration of our divine's ivlour's suf? ferings and death. .\t mass the history of the passion Is recited or sung. At St. Mary's the pnlms will !>.? Mess? ed und distributed to the congregation before the 11 o'clock si n Ice. On Wednesday Thursday and Fri? day of Holy the olllc? of Tcn...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 26 March 1899

LOCAL NEWS CONTINUED from PAGE "FIVE?TELEGRAPH" CQNTlllED "IrOM'TaGF" one To Cost More Than a Quarter of a Million Dollars, Will Re "Erected In >ii l)'it tins Summer Architect Nuklat I'liiim l'or ??iie nml * r. tl. I. Is .11 nil?kt'lie ?iitier. There is going !?> bo much building! activity in Norfolk this spring find summer. In addition ;?? the work al? ready contracted for anil i:i course of erection, plan* ave now maturing look? ing to the investment "f more than a quarter of o million dollars In brick and mortar. It is.s.ii.l thai Mr. J. E. R.'Carpenter, the architect, is working on plums Cor a sevcri-styry apart nent building, fur busimas purposes, to cost $150.000, it is reported that the structure cill be 100 by l.'"> i'e. ;. nnd fire proof. A re? porter called '..> ace Mr. Carpenter the Monttce|l6 test night, mid learned that he In New York, nnd will he out of the city for (hree or four days. Mr. li, I.. Page mates thai he has a proj t on hatid which huts ne ve do...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 26 March 1899

GEN. GUY Y. HENRY The New Military Governor of Porto Rico. EVERY SCAR TCLLS A TALE I.u veil mill .*?! in 1 i'?'<l m.v llMi.Hcil \l lu> I'.matit U it Oer ID im?A (ttirtxtlnn Who I!ol<l<t Nntidny Sein??I )nr vice* wuli ili<- S" me t arm ?tuei?* rum ii<- risiiiw Some m m* g?i? laut Heid ? in Indian WIM"-. "lie Im a small man. poofl Small like my so:-.:" . x> la'.nv.d t.::o of the wmmli tec of Port.? Ricans selected to pay its resnocts to the new commanding oitteer of the Island, after the ceremony: "But his one . ye. Madre da I': s! :t is like u Mauser bullet when i: strikes you!" The speaker, writes H. H. Lewis tn thf Washington Star, had Just left the palace at Han Juan, whert Major Gen? eral tluy v. Henry, the new military ami civil governor 'if the Islands, had Welcomed the committee with a m!x ture of old-time courtesy and military i rusq?cnesa. The members of the coth mliti e still held in 11 coll let I in the scene In thi- gorgeous reception chamber; the sta...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 26 March 1899

NEWS FROM RICHMOND AND OTHER PARTS ~OF VIRGINIA^ RICHMOND NEWS AND GOSSIP Sharper Demand of the Gov? ernor of Maryland. OUR GOVERNOR WON'T YIELD QTbe Clilcf Slnclitlrnlo nl Our Kisirr Ktnto Domniul? IEcIouno or ?JMor, men Cnpturrtl by Virginia 1'ollco Hont?II IMory of the Cnno?Armjr Supplies I'nlrt t'or-Tl?lt From A?l mlral Kebtcy. (Special to VIrginlan-Pllot.) Richmond, V.l., March 25.?(lovnrnor Tyler will hardly yield to Iho some? what sharp demand <>f Governor Lowndos, of Maryland, that tin- oyster men oC that Suite recently captured in Maryland waters by a Virginia police boat, bo released. The Governor received to-day from 'Governor Lowndes the litter published in to-day's papers, demanding that the men he surrendered. The Governor was osked as to whether he approved of the action of the Maryland Execu? tive in giving tho letter to the press he fort It had been received hero, lie re? fused to discuss the matter, lie: also refused to say whether he disliked the tone of the...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 26 March 1899

WATT. RETTEW & CLAY. WATT. RETTEW & CLAY. Store Closes Promptly at 6 P. Tl.; Saturdays, iO. WATT. RETTEW & CLAY. WATT. RETTEW & CLAY. Pervades the Entire Store Easter Sale of New Shirt Waists. The waists have every new fashion fancy, full fronts, pretty cording and beautifully trimmed. Some very excellent values in' Colored Waists at 39c, 50c, 75c, $1 and 51.25 each. Black Batteon Waists. iioinuU, yoke back, at 60c. ?.-ach. Solid color, jilnk and blue (Pctxulo Waists. ami fancy etrtpos and check?, with pointed yokes, at ?9c. each. Kall line of Misses' Shirt Waists, very pretty effects ? COc, each. Black Lawn Waists at 7".e.? Biuck l/uwn ami Perctil'j W;: sis at $1. Extra line Black Lawn Waists at $1.39. Pretty Whtlu India Linen ami 1'. K. Waists at 75c. Bet? tor grades at $1. White Intlln Llnon Waists, with Ihr? .. i ws of . mhiol b ry eetoss the front at 11.89. Excellent quality White India Linon Waists ? front and sleeves of lino tucks?at 31.50. At $2.00 ? Exquisit...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 26 March 1899

THE NEWS FROM THE OLD NORTH STATE AND ITS CAPITAL, RALEIGH NEWS LETTER municipal Ownership of the Water Works. PROPOSITION TO PURCHASE l>r. Abbott Will Rvllnqnlili Clnlin |o , Ofllco or Knllroml <'oiiiiiils?loncr Cxmh linggngc Kate lo lie luvt? tlgutcU ? Expelled From .lliisonlc Order For ?lwelymilti* lonn-An oilier Legislative MUtnke. Raleigh, N. C, March 25.?There is a. good deal of talk hero over Hi- water ?works being purchased and controlled by the municipality. The majority of the citizens seem to lie decidedly in favor of this. It seems that during tin last snow a fcrtllezer company placed a lot of guano over one of the main water i>i;>es, und this leaked through and tinctured the water with sulphuric acid, which may by healthy, but hardly nieq as a regular diet. Apart from this as an incident, there me other ob? jections raised to tin- private ownership of the water supply; and it is said that the dignity of the capita! would best be maintained by city ownership ...

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