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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 1 April 1899

THE NEWS FROM VIRGINIA CONTINUED FROM PAGE kOHU. NEWPORT NEWS. Shipyard Visited by Secretary ot Navy Long, Well ricnsert iviih rrojrrs, of Work on tlio ISntllcslllps-WiiUkcy Dent er? Orjnulr,3-Ntrnitsc Hotly found -An Appoiiitiiicut. (Special to Vlrginlan-rilot.) Newport News, Va., March 31.?Sec? retary of the Navy John D. Long and party arrived here, to-day on the gov? ernment lighthouse tender Jessamine. The Secretary came for the purpose ot inspecting the mammoth plant of the Newport News Shipbuilding and Dry Dock Company and the nuvul work that j is now under way at the yard. Iiis advent was unheralded, although it was understood when he started on his tour of Inspection that the Secre? tary would make an early call at this point, whet a the lav$ist number t worships now In course if c.ii-i iu: tlon are being built. The 8 crelary \vas_ Impressed beyond his anticipations by the magnitude of the great works here and the superior facilities for shipbuild? ing. He expressed himself ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 1 April 1899

r^RTSMOUTH LOCAL. NEWS AND ADVERTISFMFMTQ CHRONICLES / 0FJNTEREST Portsnptii, The Beautiful City / By the Sea. FOUND HERE AND THERE L I The f.steit Hiipprninc? in tb? Clly and County Presented In Conolne Form For itio Edification of vir? Clnln-a>I,ilot Slenders Uore nnd Elietvbero ? Ooitlp For People Who ?Oestro to Keep Polled. This hi "All Foold" Day," set apart for everybody. Beware of spurious packages, etc., else you may be the victim of a practical joke. It has been suggetsed that the clerk of the Weather Bureau mus have made a mistake In letting It rain yes? terday, which was one day too early, He It has rained or snowed every Sat? urday and Sunday except two since Christmas, and It should have waited until to-day. Prof. W. A. Jenkins continues quite Blck at his residence, In Park View. The stockholders of the Portsmouth Street Hallway Company will hold their annual meeting in this city Mon? day afternoon. Several well-known young men an? nounced yesterday their Int...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 1 April 1899

PORTSMOUTH LOCAL NEWS AND ADVERTISEMENTS. (Con tinged.)_ DON'T MISS THIS SALE ! 72-tnch Bleach Damask, at G5c. 72-lmch Bleach Damask, at 75c. and 87%c 72-lnch Unbleached Damask, at 50c. 62-lnch Bleach Damask, at 50c. 18x18 Napkins, at SSc. Napkins from 88c. to $4.00 dozen. Doylies. fringed, 60c. to $2.00 dozen. White Spreads, ready to use, 38c. to 15.00. Loco Curtain* from OSc. to $5.00. Dotted S1lk Raye, all shades, for even? ing dress, 50c. lBo. Mudras, for this week. 12V4c New Shirt Waist. 49c. to $1.25. White and Colored Pique, all prices. Whlto and Colored Duck. 10c. to 10 2-3c. Llnon, for waist, plaid and stripe, 15c. New lot Sllkallncs, 10c. New lot Belt Buckles, 19c. to $1.00. 25c. Towels, Huck, 21c. W. C NASH, 229 High Street, Portsmouth, Va. WATCH THIS SR AGE, IT BELONGS TO i.A. J. PHILLIPS. A CARD. To the-F-rlends and Customers of The-W41 BOn Drug Stoic: Wo have placed In charge of our store Dr. E. 1). FISlIKIt. who Is a man of ex? perience, and a full grnduatc of the Mar...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 1 April 1899

Review qe the Markets, Shipping News and Real Estate Busine? REYEIW OF MARKETS STATE OF TRADE. R. ?. DUN & CO.'S WEEKLY RE? VIEW. (By Telegraph to Vlrginlan-Pllot.) New York, March 31.?R. G. Dun & Co. In their weekly review of trade will sayi Failures during the first quarter of 1899 have been In amount of liabilities ?not more than about $26,680,330, against V*H0,142 last year, 148,007,910 in 1897 c--; 157.525,135 in 1896. While the later returns may increase the amount for the quarter a little, the complete re? turn which will be given next week will be very remarkable In comparison with that of any previous year. Business is not at present Improving. There has been something very like a check, partly the result of heavy buy? ing since January, llrst to anticipate the market, partly caused by the un? certainty about the operation of many combinations and a shade of doubt about foreign affairs also had some in? fluence. The new rule of the Clearing House ban...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 2 April 1899

yxm "miiiiniiiii"' ""i 1LU nil i( t |SiO Pages[ 1 IN THREE PARTS, f - * * P 3 c ?TTTTTTTTTtTTTTTTTT? rTTTTTTTTTTTTTT TTTt TTTT rmJi FtHE MOST LOCAL NEWS V"^ I and the best of it in the V'JR\ " ginian-Pilot. That's why \ I vou see so many people read- | I ing the VlRGlNIAN-PlLOT. i kiuu .uuuiiumimuiiiiiimiiimiiiimiuniuiuuJ vol. iii?no. 2. NORFOLK, VAi, SUNDAY, APRIL 2, 1899?TWENTY PAC1ES. THREE CENTS PER COPY, LATEST NEWS OF THE WORLD BY TELEGRAPH AND CABLE. DEVELOPMENT OF SAMOAN MUDDLE Various Views Expressed in the German Press. ADMIRAL KAUTZ REPORTS In (Jri-mnn i:cllt<tri?l i;ovi< v s ?r Nil milloii Einsinud In More or IjCbh < ? umii-imI - Anibnmiador While In Close Toiicli Wltit Foreign Olllco? Olli Complaints Kelienraed ? Wnru Intr < labletl Irom New YorU-Tlio HiiUcr'n l*rop oni? 1?Dcellne?l? IIIgli f ,11111 i ?.-.I mi Proposed ? Admlrnl Knnll Itcporta Tlint V. K. ami IlrltlNli CrulNcra lire SlieUlu;; ibe I(o be Im, .(Copyright ISC!), ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 2 April 1899

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES TWO, THREE FIVE AND SIX, AGENTS WANTED. \ \ r \ N ,'IOD ? TRAVEL! NG SALBS 1? i an (also local agont) to handle ox ? . ly or ns side line, our complete, ox c V'no of imported Calendars, Ban I'mols. otcv., for advertising pur $. Address, statins business expcrl cn.tf With references, AUG. GA?T BANK NUTE AND LI THO. CO., St. Louis, M*>. irihSiMt-SU f ?> MLIABLE MAN TO HANDLE fi.Y nts for Telephone Tablets and litres. I'ays J3.0CO a year. Inclose imp. VICTORY MFG. CO., Cleveland, : hio. mhlG.22.29\anll2,13-5t \ G MNTS WANTED ? MA NUFAO \ ir.\- the rrood-s you fn?ll; b'ook c'ontain 1 ?. :in praotieal formulas by professor <>f . 1 .r.:try. ICe. . in stumps STRANt'i MANUFACTURING CO.. chemical Buiid .1-:. S?t. 1-OtUS, MO. It V DIEON'S G?'SUGHT Bi^knjj? ?flu tit.s all kt-rosenxi lamps and produces br! ilium gaslight: no chimney v/.tk required: just out: pTiorromonal sell <??; sampL-s frco to legitimate agen...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 2 April 1899

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES J^i^Ww^W WEATHER REPORT. "Washington, April 1.?"Weather fore? cast for Sunday: Virginia?Fair Sunday: Increasing cloudiness, and -warmer Monday; fresh northwesterly winds, becoming varia? ble. North Carolina?Fair Sunday, cloudy and warmer Monday; variable winds. Norfolk nmi Vleliiltr "WEATHER FORECAST FOR TO-DAY. Fair; stationary temperature; north-] west winds decreasing. TEMPERATURE. RATNFALL AND HUMIDITY. Maximum temperature ..'. 6S Minimum temperature . 44 Normal temperature. 5G Departure from normal .plus 1 Departure since January 1st..minus Rainfall in past 24 hours.o| Rainfall since 1st of month.0| Mean humidity . Si CALENDAR. Sunrises at 5:4!) a. m. and sets at 6:29 p. in. TIDES. Norfolk?High water, 1:17 a. m. and 1:40 p. m.; low water, 7:45 a. m. and 7:5.") p. m. Old Point?High water. 12:50 a. m. and 1:19 p. m.; low water, 7:21 a. m. and 7::i4 p. m. DI KD. CAP PS.?(At the Protestant Hospital, yestordov m rnlng nt 8:30 o'clock, ENOCH OA I*!',A|ige...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 2 April 1899

MINI?N - PILOT. ?BT THE? (VIRGINIAN AND PILOT PUBLISHING _COMPANY. .._ SORFOLK VIRGINIAN AND DAILY PILOT (Consolidated March, 1S98.) Entered at the Postoffice at Norfolk, ,Va.. a? second-class matter._ ' .OFFICE: PILOT BUILDING. _ CITY HALL AVENUE. _NORFOLK. VA._ OFFICERS: A. H. Grandy, President; K. GLENNAN, Vice-President: W. ?. Wilkinson. Treasurer; james E. AL? LEN. Secretary. _ BOARD OF DIRECTORS: A. H. Grandy, m. Glennan. L. D. Starke. Ji\. T. W. Shelton, R. W. BhulUce, James E. Allen. D. f. Donovan.________ th ih k cksts PER COPT. SUBSCRIPTION RATES'. The VIRGINIAN-PILOT to deHTjred to Bubicrlbers by carriers In Norfolk and vicinity, Pcrtsmouth, Berkley. S""01*; ,West Norfolk. Newport News, lot W cents per wc?k. payable to the carrier. By mall, to any place In the United States, postage freo: UA.11.Y, one yenr - 85.0O - Bissnantlu - 800 ?? Iii roe months - - >.3? ?< one month - " " 'BO ADVERTISING RATES: Aav"U.seT mcnts Inssrtea at the rate of 7o cents i...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 2 April 1899

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES 2, 3, 5, 6, 14, 15, 16 AND 18 COURT DECISIONS. Notes of Cases Recently Decided, Which are of Interest to Our People, DIGESTED BY W- B. MARTIN, (Exclusively for Virglnlan-Filot.) N. T. LIFE INS. CO. V. DAVIS. Supreme Court cf Appeals of Virginia, February s, 1S99. FRAUD MAY RE PROVED BY Cllt CUMSTANCES, BUT THEY MUST CLEARLY AND SATISFACTORILY ESTABLISH THE FRAUD. A PARTY WHO PAYS THE INSUR ANCE PREMIUMS AND TAKES AN ASSIGNMENT OF THE POLICY ON ANOTHER'S LIFE, HCT WIH> HAS NO INSURABLE INTEREST IN HIS LIFE, CAN ONLY CLAIM THE AMOUNTS PAID BY HIM; THE RESIDUE OF THE INSURANCE GOES TO THE ESTATE OF THE INSURED. This was a suit in chancery by Davis as administrator of his son John to prevent the insurance company from paying the amount of certain policies of insurance oh his son's lifo to one Hes? ter, who was the assignee of said polU el L?. to have said policies paid to the p.'sMnrf. There were two policies Is? sued by the com] any on the lit' ?...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 2 April 1899

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES 2, 3, 5, 6, 14, 15, 16 AND 1& BRIEF ITEMS OP lRTERESr. Mr. P. J. Morris has returned from a two weeks' trio to Texas, Cincinnati and St. Louis. His mother and sister will likely pay a visit to this section during the coming summer. Florida strawberries are retailing in the city market for 45 and 00 cents per quart. Bishop Randolph will confirm a class at Emmanuel Chapel to-morrow night. The ferry boats had their bunting at full mast yesterday In honor Of the be? ginning of the new lease. The Naval Post Band will In the near future begin giving evening concerts at the Montlcello. Captain Henry Seymour, of the Mer rltt-Chapman "Wrecking Company, has returned from Baltimore. The District,B. Y. P. U. meets at the Berkley Avenue Baptist Church. Berk? ley, at; 3:30 o'clock this afternoon. The Old Dominion steamship James? town carried a huge quantity of green truck to New York last night. Miss Mamie St. John and Miss Clvllla Brock, of Windsor, Va.,...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 2 April 1899

the: news from the old NORTH STATE AND ITS CAPITAL RALEIGH'S DAILY NEWSBUDGET Banquet and Reception Awaits Company K. BOARD OF ALDERMEN ACT Den lb or Sir. Rnnin I.ltclirorel-Opcn* luff Up n UoMI fllino-Leiclalnfuro Places n Collector In mi Afrktrnril Position? Disposition or convicts ?Toburco Warehouse t'ompmsy Incur porn toil. ?Raleigh, N. C, April 1.?The Board oC Aldermen last night adopted the fol? lowing resolution, which carries its own explanation: "Whereas, Company K, First Regi? ment N. C. Volunteers, of this city, will return here in a few days after an ab? sence of twelve months in the service of their country, and having served with honor and reflected the highest credit upon their native city, it is the sense o? this board that they should W received with becoming honors; tTyreforc be it ??Resolved, That the Mayor appoint a committee of three members of the Poard of Aldermen to act with a com? mittee of citizens to bo selected by this committee to welcome them on their a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 2 April 1899

NEWS FROM RICHMOND AND OTHER PARTS OF VIRGINIA. ?ND GOSSIP Suit For 41,000 Acres of Land in Bath. THE TOMB OF MONROE Governor Tyler Invited to Deliver an Address ntNouthern Pino* fc'. c -Paylne 1'ciiHlons to Widows or | Conf odcrnto Noldlora ? dinner lo Blavyo Land nnd Brldgo Company News Kote? of Interest. (Special to Virglnlan-Pllot.) Richmond, V.o., April 1.?A citizen of] Bath county, who says ho is Sil years j of age, wrote Governor Tyler to-day telling him of a suit which is now being pressed in the courts of Hath county to obtan the title to 41,000 acres of land In that county, lying on the eastslde of Composture river, and on both Bides tho road from Warm Springs to Staun ton. Tho land is claimed under grants from tho State issued in 179G. The writer says he heard some of the oldest inhabitants say when he was a young| man that the land had never been sur? veyed. He wishes the Governor to have the Register of the Land Office Investi? gate the matter, as he thinks the State ow...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 2 April 1899

Following are the programs arranged for Easter music to-d:iy: MAIN ST. CHRISTIAN CHURCH MORN1NG SERVICE. Anthem. "O Praise the Lord." Offering and quartette. EVENING SERVICE. Easter Anthem. _ Hymn. ?'Hullelujah: He is Risen! Offering and anthem, "In Thee We Re? joice." CHESTNUT STREET M. E. CHURCH ?MORNING SERVICE. Organ Prelude. Anthem. "Alleluiah, Hearts and Voices Heavenward Raise"...Marzo Gloria. .......Miller Offertorv Solo, "Ah, Light rhat Breaks from Yonder Tomb" .Louis R. Dressier " ?irs. H. M. McKan. Sermon by Rev. A. Q. Browi E VBN1NO, SERVICE. Organ Prelude. Anthem, "Christ is Risen"-.BrncUctt Gloria.Miller Offertory Anthem, "Now its Christ Risen." ST. THOMAS' CHURCH. Processional Hymn. Anthem, "Christ, our,Passover. .Mohmngton To Deum.Danka Jubilate.Danks Kyrie, Credo and service.Adlam Nunc Dimittis .Clements Offertory. "This is the Day"'...Johnson Bonum Est.Danks Ucnedic Anima Mca .Danks NOTES. "*"Mr. H. L. West w.ts rushed last night supplying customers with his new Ea...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 2 April 1899

PORTSMOUTH LOCAL NEWS AND ADVERTISEMENTS FESTIVITIES The Lord is Risen, Glory to His Name, THE PROGRAMS OF MUSIC ? rrnnei-d Tor Ilrnilltlnn lu ihe ChnreU'o* To-liny In Conini(morR< ? llu? of tlif Kcmirrectlnu ol Our I,or<l ? l he Mom Joium Rtuoi In llto t'lirUilnti Worl<l - A Dny to Ho Itemi'inbrrvil, The Easter festival, which is now upon us, is the most significant, as yell as the most joyous of. the entire year. It is the expression of the profound faith Which the church has In the fact and the grace of the risen Lord. This fact is the keystone to the arch of the ?whole Christian system; the hinge on which the gate of heaven turns; the seal of the believers hope; the trans? cendent pledge nnd assurance of his own future blessedness in a risen and glorified body. The day will be appro? priately observed by all denominations of Christians in the city. The following program will be ob? served at Owen's Memorial Church, corner of Elllngham and Cliffor...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 2 April 1899

PORTSMOUTH L06AL NEWS AND ADVERTISEMENTS. _ Continued. Organdies. Organdies. Organdies A. FULL, LINE OF NEW PATTERNS P. ICS?P. K.'S?P. K.'S. THE SOA.RCEST GOODS OX THE MARKET. PERCALES ? PERCALES ? PB RCA DE 3. THE MOST COMPLETE EIXE IX THE CITY. MA i iHAS?MADRAS?MADRAS ? THE BEST GOODS IX THE WORLD FOR SHIRT WAISTS: ALL FAST COLORS. DIMITIES ? DIMITIF.S? DIMITIES?ADL NEAT, PRETTY FATTTERN3 FOR CHILDRl-TN'S DRESSKS. REGULAR $1.00 KID GLOVES FOR ST.C. IN WHITE. THE LARGEST ASSORTMENT OF DADIIiS' UOdiNET AND MUSLIN TIES TO BE FOUND fN THE CITY. 320 high street. BMMETT _TERMS CASHL_ FOLLOWING NEW BOOKS HAVE been PLACED IN OUR LIBRARY FOR A' RIL. "Lady of Quality," Mrs. Burnott; "A Forest Orclrld," toy E"a Hlgglnson:: "Re turn wf O'&tahoney," by Harold Frederick : "Mr. Docley In Peace .m.i" War"; "If Birtlre Th"i>," by Ltjdueux , "Crook ? i* i'.k- Bough." by Murld Do wie; Sinners "Adventures of Francois," by S. Weir Mil liffll": "i "Jano Field," by Wilklns; "On th...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 2 April 1899

Review oe the Markets, Shipping News and Real Estate Business. REYEIW OF MARKETS New York, April 1.?Many advances !were recorded in the stock market to? day on very lnrge dealings for the two hours, ,nearly two-thirds of a million shares changing hands. The Kastor holidays in England rendered London no factor here, but the accumulation of a very large volume of purchasing orders over the Good Friday holiday brought forth much higher quotations at the opening. Subsequently heavy realizing caused a sharp Betback to prices, but with the appearance of the bank statement, which the speculative element viewed us moro favorable than exnected, there was a material rally, and the final prices were at or near the best. The dealings were much influenced by the buoyancy of Manhattan, which made an extreme gain of 10 points, 9 of which It held. Shorts in Manhattan covered large lines that had been put. out In expecta? tion that the new Issue of stock would depress the price As they sought to cov...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 2 April 1899

MONTICELLO JEFPERSON'6 HOME. ? Ii. u:d ? r the 2,1 of April being the anniversary of the birth of Thomas .' >iT?n on unusual Interi st is being taken In all things associated with the me lu? rry of the writer of the Declaration of Independence. The accompanying illustration shows Monticello, the Jefferson homestead, bulll by our president of that name in years before the Revolution. Monticello stands three miles from tho town of Churlottesvillc nnd is some 11? miles by rail from Washington. The glory*, of this beautiful old colonial homestead lies in its situation. Monti . . ilo stands on a commanding hilltop, und from it- windows ran l>" seen the wist ncrcu'ge of the: original estate inherited by the president from his'father, I cter Jefferson, who was one of the first settlers in Albcmorle county. At the time of his coming into the Inheritance Thomas Jefferson was the owner of "?) skives, among them being many carpenters, masons and iron workers. The big mans...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 2 April 1899

,WATT, RETTEW & CLAY. WATT. RETTEW & CLAY. Store Closes Promptly at 6 P. fl.; Saturdays, iO. Shirt Waist Wanters Will Do Well To See the Styles We Show. Contrary to earlier predictions we learn that the sensible garment?the Shirt Waist?is to be more favored tin? year than during any year here? tofore. We have picked and chosen from the best assortments till now we are satisfied that no other store shows half as many styles or offers the un matchable values that we do. yull lino of Misses' Shirt Waists, v< ry preity effects?60c. each. iBlack Lawn Waists al 75c?Black ?Lawn ao'.l' P?nal.- Waists at Jl Extra line Black Lawn Waists at $1.3?. Pretty White India Linen and r. K. Waists at 7:?.-. Better grades at $1. iWOitto India Ltnoji WUists, w ith :'.:?? rows of wnbrcMcry cross the front at $1.3!?. Hcec'.lont quality White India L'.n m iWa'.sts?fron t and sleeves >-f line tucks?at $1.50. Our Pleasant Prerogative. Fitting you out with servicea...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 2 April 1899

IN SOCIETY'S REALM Break forth Into joy, for Is not this the glorious Eastertide? Shout the glad tidings to all mankind, for Christ has arisen from the dea l. Sing hymns of praise to our heavenly Kinn, for He has burst His band? asunder. The victory Is won. The end of the Lenten season has burst upon us to-day with all its gladness and on this blessed Easter morn heaven and earth unite to smile their sweetest upon us. Easter Is the herald of spring, fringing the budding trees and early (lowers. Beau? tiful Easter lilies, In their purity, adorn the chancels and the choir breaks forth In glorious anthems of Joy. Every? where there is a w.tall h of flow? rs In out; churches and in our homes. Na? ture rejoices and Is glad; The heart of the maiden beats with Joy and peace under the'violets or American Beauty roses she wears, for has site not every? thing to make her happy? Tile time of self-denial Is over and the worldly pleasures once more rise before her with their alluring charm. By l...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 2 April 1899

LL!ANT ARRAY OF SPRING DRESS GOODS. SILKS, GLOVES, HOSIERY AND WASHABLE GOODS With prices on every article for under the usual on new, up-to-date stock, and our new modern ideas of merchandising makes this Norfolk's most satisfactory shopping place. We guarantee satisfaction with every sale, and your money refunded if dissatisfied. Exceptional prices here told will make Monday Sellin?;' lively. Open Monday, new . lock Slrirl Waists, Percale, Lawn and Pique Embroidered. Black Lawn and Satteen. Prices special. 39c LEVY'S GREAT SILK NEWS?39c SILKS The Power of Cash. the: COLORED DRESS GOODS / q a wend iTul '?rir.i!n that every 0"C. :.. i should lakd a look at. This Is extra 01XK<Ul. pieces tlncst Brads C plain and two nil wo i Dress ttood?; not a pi A Groal Siik Purchase- 500 Pieces 3 nr cirttt Natu Vtnnxt ilton? dl \\\ 1 It- Ml -: not a Dlcee ot Fine f\cw rancy Ti1fk pnWtM- 0i i ror i< than $1 _ _ __ UlC runu u , , w. m offer on these. Not Cash. ??8?ln? i worth $...

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