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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 16 April 1899

im 111 I 111 l UUUUUUUI illll? t MUUtUUlltllli 110 F*OL??0^ I 3 IN TWO PARTS. E 3 E E THE MO$T. E and the E < you see E mg the t ClUXl iiuuiillliillU vol. in. no. 14. three CEW LATEST NEWS OF THE WORLD BY TELEGRAPH AND CABLE7}p?tS1 THE GREAT DOLLAR DINNER Bryan and Belmont Enthuse Chic? ago Platform Democrats. THE ISSUES PRESENTED Nearly Three Thou?nii<l l'coplo I'nr* Inka of n simple Men I nuii I.Iwioh (o Dlseiitisloii nf Uoniorrntic 1'riiiM clplcn l ?in I) " i :> i od l>y ,f cITer?on ? Mr. O. II. P. Ilclliiotit Wtlll ttaa ^?copic itml Aarnlnat tUeTrnsta-PIr. Aryan Follani Will? an Address 'Hint i:ntliU9cs Ills Menrcrs, (By Telegraph to Vlrglnian-Pilol.) New York. April 15.?The dollar Jef? ferson dinner of the Chicago Platform Democrats at the Grand Central Palace to-night In point-af- nuiiiuers_\ras one of the biggest affairs ever held in this city. Nearly 11,000 men and women sat clown at long tables In the various rooms of the big palace. There won: all kinds Of peop...

Publication Title: Virginian-Pilot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 16 April 1899

INEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES TWO, THREE, 'FIVE, SIX AND SEVEN. ^BY A MAX ' cxDCIiojico In f ' Ca'-n ? Rlvo Mrst |?; B.," I', t). i aplo'-3teod vyosi osneIT?l Epcw; York Cloth *?mouth. K la OY Sfl^NOil pwrltor wishes posl " bf??rerices; would it could socuv? Ire&s, <wuss J." a:>lG-3t two (2) BRIGHT ^'errands. Apply to? la, 37* Main St. 11 ?an"" woulb- iji k !~; Shed Boons ?with l!o;u J llty;'?prfyate? family that iViV. ?' ."EA?LYy V i nr t n - .. ? -_apl'?-3t 2~g"Y "^RSMEctaiTlic jSorr, a place do hoes, Lr4 0f childron <pr invalid. ":o'faice.'. a pi. ^LtABiE-V.W?MAN ^cleaning for ly. 303 Lovitl ?> epl3-3t ;YEARS AS . beat of refer iiece'saary. Ad ? ? ' np?-3t? :rs. Hf two YOUNG freemason street tatlm,' tc-rrns, fcjea sre . ViriSnlan-Pllot. _ irO ' GL\MTL.i:.M lC.N SboanfwRh privat' Jr?blo ** portion of ti?i?nft other tn'odern "'jrfeacdnable. Address i-Bllot. ap!)-su,tl" ERY^IIIN? new BRJivaild J8.00: hoard ^??V'ookJ 421 and 423 NISHED ROOMS. HNibOnr?,,at 241 Church ICES....

Publication Title: Virginian-Pilot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 16 April 1899

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES TWO, THRFF, FIVE, SIX AND ~Sl WEATHER REPORT. Washington, April 13.?Weather fore? cast for Sunday: Virginia and North Carolina?Show? ers Sunday; fresh northerly winds; Monday fair. Norfolk nail YIcImICT/i WEATHER FORECAST FOR TO l DAY. Fair to tloudy. probable showers In the afternoon; fresh north winds. TEMPERATURE. RAINFALL AND HUMIDITY. Maximum temperature . 60 Minimum temperature . 55 Normal temperature . &6 Departure from normal .plus 0 Departure since Jan. 1st.minus 120 Rainfall In past 21 hours.02 Rainfall since 1st of month .1.36 Mean humidity .?.. 79 CALENDAR. Sun rlfi03, 5:2S a. m.; sets, G:41 p. m. TIDES. Norfolk?High water, 1:27 a. m. nnd 2:01 p. m.; low water, 7:46 a. tu. nnd 7:53 p. m. Old Point ?High water. 1:06 a. m. and 1:40 p. m.; low water, 7:23 a. m. and 7:52 ]>. m. Monuments and Gravestone, The selection of a sullnblo memorial In marble or gran Ito can ba readily made from c:.r ftcclc. for we carry Iho largest assortment of fi...

Publication Title: Virginian-Pilot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 16 April 1899

Y THE}*. MF ANT* ;3??3IJS111 NQ 3 AND OftlLY PILOT. Med March,1S98.) B&&> Fostorflce. at Norfolk, ?ji?|a8s matter. r ~~ IpiLOT BUILDING. & ? '?L AVENUE. jfOLrV. VA. ; H. CRANDT, President; -Lyicc-Prcaident: W. ?. *easurei-; JAMK? is. AI? JpiRECTORS: A. H. jnjnn. L..:D. Starke. Jr.. W. StiulUce. Janiea K. aovan. ?1? l?I$RCOl'Y. ?ion rates: N-PILOT Is detlvoreO. to ir'rtero In Norfolk nnd j?th, Berkley. Suffolk. 'jJewport News, for 10 payable to . tho carrier, place la tho United ?ut!>? . *? 85. oo 3.UO J.30 ?i RATES: Advertlse Fia'.ftt tho rate Of 75 cents a Fituertlon: e*.ch subsequent Wutt. or 60 C?nts. when In fcfOtiier Day. Contractors aro ll>?jcec(l their space or ad rathsn their legl?mato bus. yjpiyi^K especially *or tho ^Invariably 20 cents per ftpn. Eaoh subsequent ln Jtbo Vtrgtalan-PHofPub |;is nuthorlred to contract ? tho npjne ot the com ipurchaaes In the name it upon orders algncd by ??F THE COMPANY. _ Oeiays. on nccount ot ilattcrs and oil commu? ne ...

Publication Title: Virginian-Pilot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 16 April 1899

THE NTOs OF NORFOLK ON PAGES TWO, THREE, FIVE, SIX ?ND SE COURT DECISIONS. Noks of Cases Recently Deckted, Which arc of Interest to Our People, DIGESTED BY W. B- MARTIN, (Exclusively for Virginian-Pilot.) PULLMAN* T. CAR CO. V. ADAMS. Supreme Court of Alabama. November 22, lS'JS. A SLEEPING CAR COMPANY MUST SECURE EFFICIENT EMPLOYES, TO PROTECT PROPERTY OK PAS? SENGERS FROM THIEVES. .V SLEEPING CAR COMPANY IS LI? ABLE FOR PROPERTY STOLEN FROM A PASSENGER AT NIGHT. WHILE ASLEEP, IE IT DID NOT KEEP A CONTINUOUS AND ACT? IVE WATCH. TOVSECURE SAFETY. OF THE PROPERTY. Till: ACT OF A PASSENGER IN PUTTINO A KING IN HIS POCKET BOOK WHILE HE SLEPT IS NOT C< iNTRlBUTORY NEGLIGENCE. Tbls was a suit by Adam" against the t'l^Mman Palace Cur Company for the loss of a pocket-book containing $23 and a diamond ring. The plaintiff and a friend, Alcom; ?were passengers ?oi ? sleeping car of defendant, and plaintiff paid $2 for an upp< r berth for himself and friend. Tho plaintiff placed his pock...

Publication Title: Virginian-Pilot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 16 April 1899

come to -us ap full of blessings to and brighten our lives, n In tho fields; the wild heir sweet perfume in will soon be clothed ?nts of joy and Sl inl? and showers will yro |cious fruits of infinite sturdier products oT good and comfort. SB, ungrateful and in how little of our time the contemplation und Ltion of ail these, bless - which was. presented of Muj&lc Tuesday 3ay matlne*.' by local every way a success, itcur performance, the .. rendered with great and the large audi ed to the bright, pretty ihy little opera was i|ng the Virginia Club reception. The club and was the scene Bt elaborate affairs of er occurred In Not ?fill rooms of the club ibetter advantage than fesa- Flags draped the toons of smiuvx were inches of American ?l'cctrlc lights peeped \ot the palms and potted frtned a baok ground for fbcistumes worn by the M present. The upper j?auso was/ used as the j?'was also artistically nBenutJen formed the (beautifully Bet table, in silver candela lded,^? the beauty th...

Publication Title: Virginian-Pilot
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 16 April 1899

WATT! KETTEW & CLAY. WATT. RETTEW & CLAY. New Tailor=fViade Suits. Regular $15 Suits at $10. To-morrow will witness some unusual suit selling. We offer very jaunty suits of rich all-wool Venetian Cloth?cadet blue, new brown, tan and grey?round corner fly-front and tight lilting jackets, silk lined, with siik covered shields. Some have inlaid velvet collars. The new shape "Dewey" skirls?habit back?percaline lined, and interlined throughout. Same suits sell in other stores at $15. We make the price exactly a third less?$10 each. REGULAR ?0 SPITS AT J7?These suits are of navy blue and black fine and wide wale, diagonal cheviot?rou nd corner ily-front jackets?full C-gore skirts, percaline lined and velveteen bound. $7 Instead of 10. $15 BLACK CHEVIOT 817ITS AT HO.?Two styles of jackets-fly-front and tinht Utting?lined with excellcn i black taffeta, with taffeta covered shields. Habit back skirts, per caline lined and Interlined throughout. The same suits are off red elsewhere as...

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

V?UIams whispered something to ?patl), and thft latter replied: fcept the suggestion," ami h(.w blcnol Hryan. At the close or Mr. n'6 speech a. horse-shoe of flow S-?resenlcd to Colonel Bryan, wgeand bowed. Crosby spoke on "Civil llb ^' BRYAN SPEAKS. Sous amount of cheering and ?eeted Mr.-Bryan. He said: ?n. Democrats. Ladles and fit a great privilege to be to attend this, probably the Squet ever given In the ites. (Interruption of cheers late the kindness which has ahtfested by your action and by fds of those wh? have preceded ?all carry back., to my Western lew courage from your meeting, all be glad to tell to the people r States that in New York there le who are true to the principles iocrecy as written. In Democra est creed. (Cries of bravo.) W^p/OF THE BANQUET. Object of thlB banquet was to jilcftS0 platform Democrats a to celebrate the birthday of 9 Jefferson. Cries of "Thafs rhere was a banquet given In if Thomas Jefferson two nights j]the discussion or the price per lured to...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 16 April 1899

HOW WHITE MEN LIVE IN THE PHILIPPINES. [Copyright. 1S99, by Peter J. Jenkins.} HE Ute which the white man who lives In the Philippines is forced JL to lend is perhaps best repre? sented by that Anglo-Indian existence Of which Itudyard Kipling has written ?o Interestingly. It is not Indeed a par? ticularly eventful sort of existence, and for many reasons both the Englishman Europeans do any manual labor, this being left to the Chinese coolies and the natives. Europeans rise early, anil, taking advantage of the cool mornings, get under cover during the middle of the day. when the mercury crawls tip near the 100 mark in a most amazing manner. After their midday siesta they reap and tho American sojourning in the Philippines lind Dint it is Impossible to regard their "durance vile" on tho Is? lands ns anything more than a tempo? rary exile. The heat and the present unhcalthful condition ot the islands, of course, have n great deal to do toward making social life in tho Philippines a dul...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 16 April 1899

JEWS FROM RICHMOND AND OTHER PARTS OF VIRGINIA. 9 ?D GOSSIP Conference an ing Topic. WORKED OUT In the interest or n ?ot t? Candltlnte l?t Conf;re??mon Epen xU^iion?An Vuanrivombip ^?-F.emca Witt? Norfolk'* nervte. J5 - oi) to Vlrginian-Pllot.) jhj ;Vj Ya., April 15?Aa the time i las o? the Senatorial cor. ?^SIay 10th drawB near, and Ii subject becomes more ibable lines along- which will work become i of making the attend ^ugh to be accommodated ?within the lost week gpjtts one, but, it is believed, ^st partially settled. The Invention made the con p.,mectlng. Nothing was rS&i delegates were to be chosen. The signers bly had no Idea the at be so groat as now mmeriae number of lct pronilnent men all Announcing their inten fflcie^the conference, led roc'Hhat there would cl adopted to too large. SSION. Songressmnn several "conclusion ^?on cards ob thls city. He 0 blan. It is , that the ex ton. Democrats, IB?'.to elect dele HflStte, De very ""j?ther counties. Hi') course, be nd tial...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 16 April 1899

THE NEWS FROM THE OLD NORTH STATE AN D I TS CAPITAL OUR RALEIGH NEWS LETTER Buncombe County Criminal Court Clerkship Contest. BEFORE SUPREME COURT The Constitutionality of Another Act of tho Legislature to Ito To?loil ? rrtnoner* llrouglil From I?orM? month null JittloH l'or NuTo Keep* lug-Miliarien IVIlliolil-Tlio l.iio Kcnator Morrlll-A Clcnoruu* Act. Raligh, N. C, April 15.?The case of ?W. H. Wilson vs. John Y. Jordan, over the criminal court clerkship for Bun? combe county. Having boon advanced on the Supreme Court docket) wot se? gued yesterday. Tile plaintiff. Wilson, was represented by Lusk & Carter, or Ashfeiilc. The case for the defend? ant, Jordan, was argued by Shepherd & Unshoe, of this city, and briefs were Tiled by Moore & Moore and Carter & Weaver, of Ashcvllte; The fact?) 111 l.h? ease as brought out H\ Wt? nf??fi\cnt are about as follows: Tlie Legislature of 1693 established a crlmnal court composed of Buncombe. Madison, llnywood and Henderson, and I...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 16 April 1899

rORLD OF SPORT >h to Vlrgbjlan-Pllot.) ?April 15.?Tho opening Championship season in Hay brought out an tU iver 20,000. It was a gala eball annals of Greater ijPhe game .was a battle .Innings ?'between two as ced teams as could be >r. The pitching of Ken hols was Buporb, the bit tse, being light in eonse irdields were veritable Neither aide could score and then Boston made run oa a wild . throw by ',t sent Bergen to second drive to deep center for sAiten.danoe,- 20,167. Score: R.H.E. 000000000 0?0 4 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1?1 7 0 Kennedy and Smith; Nleh Umplres: Andrews and ,11; AUBURN, 2. ia., Arril 15.?Mercer easily burn in to-day's game by a j ?. Score: R.H.E. ...0 0 6 0 5 0 0 0 0?11 9 2 .0 0002-000 0? 2 6 6 Mansfield and Peel; Mc i Munccr. Pa., April 15.?It looked for Washington to-day Bvehth Inning, when, by op? ing, Philadelphia overcame s' lead and won by a close tendance, 8,814. Score: R'.H.E. 01010040 x? 6 12 4 .0 3 0 2 0 0 0 0 0- 5 11 4 :. Bonohue and McFarland; McGuire...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 16 April 1899

THOMAS H, BENTON Reminiscences of tho Great Senator. *'o1, ?Trocj-, of il?c Et t anbot tl Clly u>'om>iiil?tt R?lncca tho : i>i?o,ic ol 11 ih Kxpntalon From tlic l'bltuii-. tbropift Society nt Iho l'nl vcrsllj-. tCol. Creecy In B. City Bconoi..lst.) It Is said that an old man I? nothing but a bundle of remlnlscenses. We know not'whether It is intended as a compliment or a reproach. 11 Is cer? tainly true that old men live much In >thc past and that their retrospective (reflections form much of their happi? ness. Uut It its not true that the past ia their soh: source of enjoyment, and :l Is not true that they lose their Inj "tcrost In tho stirring present. Hut Whether thai or this he true, or wheth er it he true, as some of our brethren cC the press have said, that the Econo tnlst makes a specialty of remlnls censcs, we ben tu be allowed to fur? nish a few reminiscences relating to a native ?oh of North Carolina, who Climbed !?> tlu> highest round of na? tional disti...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 16 April 1899

3?RtSM?UTH LOCAL NEWS AND ?DVERTISEMmTS" ?c-1-?- *_ .ES INTEREST The Beautiful If the Sea. f City IERE AND THERE ?iro pp?nlnt? in a ho city Presented to. Concise th? P.Umention Of Tiro ?st ??nd?aa Here and ..pon?(p For People to Keep PoBiod. ray 'the hv. W B. Johnsfcn, of Deep ^'reported quite sick yester tyas committed to the yesterday for six months g* Joe Grady. no docket In the Mayor's ay.no arrests having been hour of going- to court, ?wife of Payclerk Geo. S. N., arrrlved here yes i California, on a visit to ffi-jnother and sisters, ard Morris has received a .tervllle Church, In Norfolk ift'has not yet decided wkath jtceept or not. ; Herbner will address the meeting at Owens Memorial till tide afternoon. rs.of Old Dominion Con ophs will attend divine ?'vjrourth Street Baptist ,y. J. W. Mitchell wllj ijal sermon to the order. JtfcClenna, of Wllmlngtcn, 'a been visiting friends in iral wee'fcs, returned to '" r. ? i Will be begun at rctt-on the fourth The pastor, will be fussist...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 16 April 1899

PORTSMOUTH LOGflL NEWS AND ftDVERTISEMENTS. _ _. Continued. A. J. PHILLIPS, Mfgfs. Samples-_ One Week. It is wo nil er fill how cheap you can pet Men's Summer Shirts in Percale, soft ami stiff bossoms, also white and color? ed silk bosoms. If you want to keep cool this summer, put In a supply while they no so cheap. Colors and cuffs to match most of them?they arc 60 per cent, below manufacturer's regular prices- all colors and sixes, 30c, 46c,I 49c, 69c, TS'c. And about 2"> dozen Men's Working Shirts, worth from 50c. to $1?choice, 33c. i| You cannot Imagine what yon can get for so little money until you conic to "Phillips." There are samples, too, and are worth $1.00 and $1.25, regular. Listen: Ladies' ready made Waists. In plain and fancy plaids, 40c. 60c. 79c, 00c. "White Pique and Sheer Mull Waists, special prli os, J1.00, 1.25 each. An exquisite selection of Wash Silks for waists?special, 25c, S9c., 49c. Another lot of Silk nnd Wool Crepons for skirts ?special, 75c, $1.00, $1...

Publication Title: Virginian-Pilot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 16 April 1899

mm rtiff? ? " <? C?*.??it'yr!? ?? . I April 15, 18Mg': . fViittfiin simp. Hotda, Svcndsen. andlna, to coal. . Ith Btnip. Cayo Mono, Friend, cola, to coal. CLEARED, I'Cgl&n 'stmP; Horda, Svcndsen, I ambit rg, coaled. .^British, stmp- Cayo , Mono, Friend, ; Jxsndon, coaled. ; SAILED. i^-'SpnnlsQ nark Pedro Lacave, Lost. /Ctiidl^. /"?:->?or\vcj?k?n simp. Olaf Kyrie. Hein. vxfngHton. ' : ItaiJian 'strap, Cetta di Palermo. J?ru?o. Genoa, ' 4';' EXPORTS. ?Jt/he. exporhs trrftla from this port "r^the week en?'..'.? April 15th, were 7 bushels corn and 4,600 bushels t. BMARLE AND CHESAPEAKE . CANAL CO. ARRIVALS. , NORTHBOUND. r-'.:Strnr, $el Virginia, raft logs. North Carolina ito Norfolk. : -Stmr. Ira, towing. North Carolina to ' idvfolk: I chr. '"tp," lumber, North Carolina to ?tni-\ ."Maggie J. Jory, raft logs. North iiodrja-io Norfolk. Stmr. Cturtln; light. North Carolina to Stmr. W. S. .Cahlll. towing-, North \p?roilrft. |to- Philadelphia. I Barge 3. B. Bifdes. lumber, North &...

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

y^^'U?iiiaiutuuiijLAAiii^uiiumiuiiinia ? [ -\ 1?2 Page? i I IN TWO PARTS. | VOL. f 11 ? "NO, 15, ?. 'in . ? ., i.,,, |,,,,,, iiilirimumi MTiilultJuJjij-UilX . WEATHER FORECAST FOR TO-DAY NORFOLK AND VICINITY? Fair and warmers winds shifting; to fresh south. ?TTTTTTTrrTTTTTT TTT NORFOLK, VA., TUESDAY, APRIL 18, iS99?TWELVE PAGES. THREE CENTS PER COPY. LATEST NEWS OF THE WORLD BY TELEGRAPH AND CABLE }CONr"ON EllL. !|SJ?Y Supporters of the Ex-Senator Will Desert Him. T&'E BRIBERY CHARGES Tlio I'lttViitrir f?tnlc Nenntor nrciiin ". 'I'lmi I'rtcp.rfi nrn Krlgtll For Dcfciil <?r ilie Pciiu?iy Ivimln ito IlllbllCIUI ItOlN ? IiPgtfttltti vo <<>iu^ tit 111 co Fl 11 U.i Proof ' I ? on iiiii ion lo A 1.1 ?ii.uj lu llio t>hllitilcl|ililn (on .Is. (By Tcfcgraph to VlrctnJan-PIlot.) Harrtsburg, Pn., April 17.?State Sen? ator Mngco, of Plttsbut'g.who has stead? fastly voted tor Quay for United States Senator, announced to-hlght that ho would itot vote for the cx-Scnator to? morr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 18 April 1899

WANTED. \a/ ANTED.?ONE TWO YOtrNO V? :i).-n can b< iure > furnished pr unjj furnished room, In eood 1*- itlon and central r-irt of the city. Address W . Is.., euro Vlr;:ln':;n-l'ilet. _U nr ANTED. ? c< mPETENT YOtTNO ?V nr.in as stcnographor. Address P. O. Box I,, city. _It* ?\\r ANTED.-TO EuJ*Y CHEAP. FOR ?V cash, or.,- good workhorse and eno second-hand on* h rru express wagon. Apoly at once t ? <;!: ::?::: BROS., at Rostand's Drug Si ". AHuntlO City Ward. _ _It* _ WANTED.- I ? I iRE-D GIRL TO I >Q general houafwork*. must com? with best or refcren c. M Virginia atrcot. npis-3i? Tft BJ3NCIICOOX DESIRES POSITION J? In pr'vui- fi ral ?'. city c :?. in try; wages reasonah! KMILE .\i :::?:> ? : ??'. 1S7 Church Btroi ? ly. , _aplS-St? Wanted. ?in?s ? ijsarn weaving. Paid whllo learning. Ap? ply Till-. norf ?1 I BILK company, lAtnberfs P< In). Vi u I -if \X7 ANTED -YOB ' LADY STENOCi ?? rapher and Typewriter wish '; posi? tion: can furnish besi references; would wor...

Publication Title: Virginian-Pilot
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 18 April 1899

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES TWO, THRFF, FIVE AND SIX, ^weather report. _ Washington, D. C, April 17.?Forecast for Tuesday: Virginia?Kalr and warmer Tuesday; fresh southerly winds; possibly showers Wednesday. North Carolina?ShowcVs ami warmer Tuesday; fresh southeasterly winds; partly cloudy Wednesday. Norlolk nml Vicinity WEATHER FORECAST FOR TO? DAY. Pair and warmer; winds shifting to fresh south. TEMPERATURE, RAINFALL AND HUMIDITY". Norfolk, Ya., April 17. 1JS09. Maximum tempi raturo. 66 Minimum temperature. -to Normal temperature . Departuro from normal . n Departure since January 1st..minus 120 j Rainfall in past L'l hours . 0 Rainfall since 1st of month.1.42 Meau humidity . 731 CALENDAR. Sun rises, 5:26 a. m.; sets, 6:43 p. in. TIDES. Norfolk? High water. 3:21 a. m., 4:0.1 p. m. Low waler, 9:35 a. m.r'!);.', 1 p. m. Old Point: I Huh water, 3:00 a. m., 3:44 p. in. Low water. :>:ll a. m.. ;i::i:i p. m. Monuments and Gravestones, Th* selection or a suitable momorlal In marbla ...

Publication Title: Virginian-Pilot
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 18 April 1899

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Publication Title: Virginian-Pilot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
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