ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Virginian-Pilot Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 7,474 items from Virginian-Pilot, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
7,474 results
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 23 April 1899

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES THREE AND FIVE WAS BflLDHEflDED. Bald Twenty-Five Years But Has Now Re? covered His Hair. Remarkable Effects From the Foso Metliod of Curing Baldness, I'M::* th it other bald headed :>??:?:>!c may ? : lit hv his OJcpi ilmei:.:. it <! .Ti. mIl io ill ' I ? .1 In ad Im :iovo ?h:u '.!?< Im Is n ! an !;? will !i aetUTilly makes the ha i grew and Mr. ??.. I.. 11 - * exp.-rlt.neo will ...u' !. rs give n yrcit niany Oihcrs'courits? t.i use this w ii.ii :-ri:l ireutmoiH and tihus .>v> reo nie i heir boldness. 'Pile n nil ?!.?? :ii>-> Uros Itch'nK -in I dand i lit.', nur ? s:tr11 j of upproui . ?B baldness, sih? ii also restorrn l-v: ha'r to-natlirstj color nnd produces th'.ck and lustrous eyelin vrs u..l eyelashes. By sending youi natn and address iu iln Alttivh. m .V-.il e?l Dispensary, '.Ttt S< Iviithlr.. ?'iii?in nafcl OlllOi th v will in:, l > hi LTO...

Publication Title: Virginian-Pilot
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 23 April 1899

^^^^^^ETEVt'"* Ci^Y- watt. ket-rsw & clat. | Store Closes Promptly at 6 P. Tl.; Saturdays, 10. A -'monumental affair fraught with excep? tional buying opportunities. '?Standard Cottons, Fine Cambrics and Dainty Laces and Embroideries made up Into excellent undergarments, at prices that will appeal to every economical wonflan hereabouts. To-mnrrow will find hundreds of Lv. of (able, counter, floor and shelf room devoted to a selling of Ladies' Undermuslins such as will keep the elevator in:constant action, from the nvmi-jni me .store opens till it closes, carrying shrewd buyers to and from our second floor who "know a thing or two" concerning such events as this. The leading features of tins sale are uinrmous quantities, superior qualities, perfection of workmanship, full sizes, accurate til and absolutely the very /??lowest prices ever asked for highest-class gaHitents. In anticipation of ibis -rest sale we l<<ng ;:g-> placed enormous ord...

Publication Title: Virginian-Pilot
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 23 April 1899

IIN SOCIETY'S REALM Spring Is here. Dame Nature, clad in her lov.eiiest and freshest gown of green, with its sweet border of dainty spr . blossoms, has made her app iar . : a OUT III id ? ' ! i es broad ihi gh the i ud IIHi us hold h a ups. A pale, i . a u t h e t c m I e r 1 .: 1 r wintei ? ? have oosll; 1 . k days o : ! : . . . : - 1. I hid r bash? ful hea I ,. . : ige. '1 1 break int; forth in! Iw.ih per t " in !? nlses of their de? licious product I i lie near future. The song-birds hierrll} warble as they busily build th . and tell u* that summer i,s u winde world la Jo;, fill i 1 nrill( Mr. Nat Ohtl i.l Miss Mnxlhc 151 Hot I lie ? ? i at the Aon laj ovet f. treetcil by I largest a le a ml let of th in Hale" bill presented and beaul I )i i play Mr. CJood Virginia ('lull gre itly d tnity to chut with tl Dr. K. K. l' l n pnrty of f r I e n d s A i . giving ti supper , enjoj Ii eiat Hale," Dr. 1 n . Mr. und M M -s Mary Mcndi LI Nor\ ell i Hi - ili t'h ' Mr. 'I VV I limns und .Mi :...

Publication Title: Virginian-Pilot
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 23 April 1899

Latest telegraph news, continued fromfirstpage" 'j^ttnued from First Pago.) t th?lfl?l?,r?,'!S made on Hi.- miI.i- ?? bv c c<jjje8pond.:nt of the .\><s - ..... . ! ?ANTAMOUNT TO p K< > \\ I1'IT !' ? V Are A??r,(,"n expert, Wh.# is in inn'd*oce of the Washington ,i.|:n ? alien, w,l,> i3 now h.i , ..-! uritly: "If aermany nasses a lnw rcimr an-., n addition to the Ameriean :'ertltlc?l?s of tlie henltliy r.oioVi , Ur export meats, which nr.. : ? : i to a8 tb'e Oorman certificates, a .1 u lo Iticpcctlon after the arrival ?: a icut hef*. ,h;U w,u 1}e tantatnon! . , prohibition against Ameri.-m ?>?.??. ntl -ttcn'^ctloti wllf doubtless i ? wered by retaliation on <.S ?rtn.t.i -\ orts t?'thc Pnltcd States. Iv. \ ', : le of German wine will be op.-n.-.l an : ts hvylentc itttalitloH tested." A signifiesnt point of the .-)...? !i it he Minlater or the Interim-. ? bsadow^y-Wehnet, was that tie- id 'Ah hlteri...

Publication Title: Virginian-Pilot
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 23 April 1899

FROM CUBA TO COLUMBIA. [Copyright, JSW, uy Sam w. Small.] One of the most popular names of the day among1 tho Cubans is thai, of Pres? ident McKinley. No matter when or whore you mention it to one or them, yon will win n smile and an express,on of enthusiastic praise and utTeutlon. The Cubans pronounce the name 1 "Ma-Kecnleo" and linger upon it with! ? Klnlcy. Soni?? of these are really ele? gant art productions, painted as marks of admiration by the most talented artists or the island. The homes of many of the people, both or the humble and of tho higher olassos, are also adorned With portraits of the president. With tho Indies there Is a contest of general prevalence as to Tin: nAxNnn kok oi:n president. n BpflttnihK cadence that mukea It sound better tiinjh It does In ?>:;: mucous fieoteh- Aion ii ;>i ontiucliu Ion. Kveh the UI'.It muehuoln >i of the ktreetu have I"'':.." ffiniitltiv with his mom arid his feature?. A hundred tlmca n day, lui Ame.'...

Publication Title: Virginian-Pilot
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 23 April 1899

^EWS FROM RICHMOND ?ND PARTS OF VIRGINIA. HE; B?BBER CAUGHT ufars of a Bolt! Diamond W6 Jlfn Kf**11 ?Uli Suvpirion In^Connit?tsnvrHh Mio Crime, ?;? ??o Rorfolk-A ?rent Biel Ii I, i 1 . Ccn?onnl!>lMe',,l,,~ Tomormn r.t. ? ternoon.M ?lilcli I>3ntir>cul-,ii. o |jbl.yjn*?:jiUlKpcnU-S*cel nnc Iren Companjfi I ' (Special to Virginian-Pilot.) ? PJchmon-i, Va-, April 22.?A <l in robbery was committed hejre yest though the fact v.-ts :. it made lui'.li I'jmUl to-day. While the Wild \\n ? ; ., . j-ade was rassin" in t rout of th ? 1. Jewelry ? establishment >< V). r.ir nannn .& ? Son, No. i? East Broad, street, a clerical looking'stran;;er on'tend and '?*? sited a suieaoftn to show nim sum 'irSiamoiids. Tlie sa'oso. 'n set before him ;& smalt tray containing several th.m tntl dollars' worth of stones. The straniter, as is customary, was Dsely v.attBt^d, but v. hile lie was lining tha$?iniorals two other ...

Publication Title: Virginian-Pilot
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 23 April 1899

the'news from the old north state AND ITS CApTt?l"? RALEIGH NEWS AND GOSSIP The Pungo-Mattamuskeet Road to be Built. THE BAPTIST UNIVERSITY Postal Toiosrnpli Company Will Con* ?truut A'etT Linn - Hr. Junie* ?? ill <:i I m ^ um i-, Ol lillllSI'lllp, (lilted ? o tlie IlopOm i <? in a 11' Uulvrrsliy A l'opiilnr Young Hitu. .Mr. I.uclus Lanier, Dead. f Rai igh. X. C, April 82.?In a letter ? to tlio Manufacturers' Record, Mr. S. S. 'Mann, nf Swan Quart? r, X. C, writes as follows relative la Ute Pungo Mattatnuskcct Rnllroiid Company, which was chartered to build a line In Eastern North Carolina at the last ses? sion of the Legislature: "Tho road will begin at Mnkcleyvllle, N. C, ' ii the Pungo river, and will run almost direct to Swan Quarter, the county scat of Hyde county, the cur? vature in tho route being made to take In tho towns of Bladesville and Ross Ray. From Swan Quarter, X. C, the lead will bo continued to Juniper bay, passing in Its route a quantity of t...

Publication Title: Virginian-Pilot
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 23 April 1899

gS^. WEIN BORG. *? M. WEINBERG. j^pial Sale at the Popular Dry Goods Store, 394> Church Street Five Doors from Charlotte Street, O I* MONDAY ?? ^^Ki>Vya"is Of yard-wkto rer.-alo, S.OW '&ft* of >-?Vd,-w?a? Mournimr I'.-r ;,r:- -^a 'W^h'r'' a't c &'ld w"'ywi" =*? 3 000 yard* of ?'Windsor*/ Pet-cal. i> iv Kyf^ttvrnsii'tho I-!.-'-- kind, sold Ji. iv ; . S -5?. ' l Lot'of-In-lisco Hluo Prior-, mm ? ? ? ? '', 2 '.to i:> y?r?lsV worth tic, Bold lion ;ii . . >?-. a. r-arii. ^V-'V.SKtrttcg Vrlnts, good quality, at "'.??. t /; ^ .yard. fv':'' 1 ' Tho best jrcrrlni'ick Skirting Calicos at f ;..?3i\?.; seid ev..ry\\ I: ao at 5c 'S- ? . WH1TK GOODS AXD I'HJl'KS. ?Vi TJJli of Solid Colored I'lou-. "m il . ends," worth from l2?do. ro "Oc a v.ri, -white'U#gr last ut Be. a yard. <; Striped Pin??', win to ground, pink. l.ln-. m black and many stripes, eoid w?.rv\\ .';.?:??.? x"' at ioe.; s?M iherc at ...

Publication Title: Virginian-Pilot
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 23 April 1899

WS 206 MHIN STREET, NORFOLK, \ZM. NEW RHONE 322. Separate Dress Skirts. Here's some happy suggestions. Supposo you see our Skirts. Think about TttiTi la Silk ones too. !ti lng vour friends t sec our brilliant UlaCk Brtlllnnttno kind. Come and Inspect our conwly Crcpon ones. There's enough beauty dUplayi d la tlio faultless \v\y they're fashioned to itonuso von for a while at least. A few hints: Serge Skirts. $6.89 buya ;i handsomely braided one, excellent quality, and swell shape. C?r AO hnv< a line quality Serge, now JM .1-0 s;. (,11.1 y'Mi llUCd. buya .1 Cros? W. ive E rge, Kv. ry'thliig .ii u: II new. $5.69 Crepon Skirts, <t?r no buys a cood Crepon Skirt, .pi .70 . |n n,e <| style. ic O oa buys a very one. Cozel ?P7.07 l icing coi n t sltai o, ?t 1 "? flfl buys something pretty In the <P14'UU war of a .!.':? Lively trimmed in ruffling satin Cp Kf| burs something to 1? desired ?P 1 *iJU n, ||, way of a i.'re| Skirt, Handsomely trimmed in...

Publication Title: Virginian-Pilot
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 23 April 1899

PORTSMOUTH LOCAL ~NEWS"~AND ADVERTiSEMEENTS LES INTEREST I?iitfi, The Beautiful City 8y the Seaf HERE AND THERE : und C<?o?'T Preaentsa iu ? ohoInc If arm JTor tfeo .CiUOcndoo <>f Vir. e:n?nn?riIol IlPSderi Hero nml KiaoTThare - Ooanlp Por Pro pi i ivttn ?MlrotoKoep Posted. ? Thomas Baker, colored, Is in 1ail on ihe charge ol felonious assault and i'" robbery. John Skiff, an aoeotnpl.. -, ha* .confessed, and puts the whole blarhe on Baker, who denies knowais anything about it. Mr. Morgan w u< the gentleman assaulted, in iluntcts Vllle, 'recently. The meeting at the Fourth Street baptist Cliurch has been a decided suc? cess durlnsr the past week. About .thirty persons professed faith. The ^meeting will be continued this week, "'/and the phstor will be assisted by Hev. g?J$? E. Dudley, of Norfolk. Freachttta each evening at 8 p. in. The consecration services of the Kev. grames B. Fuiisten, appointed for the .?Vth instanjt, have been postpone...

Publication Title: Virginian-Pilot
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 23 April 1899

PORTS MOUTH LOCAL NEWS A n d""a"dVERT!SEMENT?^ we arc going ahead with these prices in the face of the strong Jvance or raw riteriaL The following prices are good for ? and Tuesday* This r.o. ISKtf-\Vl?i:> the world over l cent. This i otnl !i i ) ?hh r fall ro ^fiS?JL i . pi m ? ???? ;. -'^s. V.'; " " =4 rAMWi?! l 1 '?? ? ' ' s'.ovo lfl dir! r-lie;,;> at $1.'A. Wll ? -Ter for ?hl? flpf-cl?'l r.llo a t>VO |,u ? :? ; . 71? Cfiks ni:U a, lfoiir-l<iirn?r'J'l S lets. .'? . ? .i '? ?< .??-:> :il stp v. e, t':i cent;; 'in i has titVCi" i'.tii s?lil fat \aia til uti T ? i ? : . or a dollar. Victory Laundry Soap, ie. per Bar We l.i ?:::!.t 25 ORO?3 of Buttermilk T. r ; l| f ... K . klml. We will Sell '. this K.t . ?'? sala a>t S cents.per Ii each < ?.!;.>: ?? ly wi ipi I. ^?v . -?cr"\ / NOAH'S ARK 2?S High St.. DnuTcrtrvi tu \/ I- ^'.UtNU;- I V v. ED DING PRESENTS IN RICH^CUT Ql ASS. FINE BF.i...

Publication Title: Virginian-Pilot
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 23 April 1899

are now having our grounds arranged for the use of Picnic Parties, and this morning we extend an invitatidn to every Sabbath >mo$t in Norfolk, Portsmouth, Berkley, Newport News, and every town and city in the State of Virginia, of all denominations, the ise of our grounds and Auditorium FREE OF CHARGE, We have the most beautiful Picnic Grounds in the South, and as they become known, they will be the most famous. Don't make arrangements for your annual outing until you first have your ittee cali on or write our General Manager* We have a most beautiful woods, extending along the Atlantic Ocean two miles, with large lakes in the rear, splendid fishing, salt water and fresh water bathing, and wild flowers in abundance. There is no such place ; found with all of these combinations, and we want the children and the older folks, too, to enjoy it, and hence offer you the use of te FREE for this season, Wc have arranged to give you special low rates on the Railroad, which will be...

Publication Title: Virginian-Pilot
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 25 April 1899

^imtiuiiutiuuuiiuiixtiuitiiuiiiiuiiiii^ I IS Pages I 1 IN TWO PARTS. I 3 t ? rtirrrTT-fTITTTTTTTTT TTTTTTTTTTUliTTYII y^'?lliaillHllltl?"??"'"''''!!!!!!????!^*" 1 WEATHER FORECAST FOR TO-DAY 1 NORFOLK AND VICINITY? 2 F-ir; nearly stationery temoefa 2 turf: fresh cast to southeast winds. VOL,. Ill?~NO. 21. NORFOLK, VA., TUESDAY, APRIL 23, 139D-TWELVE PAGES. THREE CEN TS PER COPY. LATEST NEWS OF THE WORLD BY TELEGRAPH AND CABLE" AGUINALDO'S NEW CAPITAL Calumpit Will Be Beseiged by Law ton and MacArthur. EXPEDITION HAS BEGUN Troop* Uiulor ?l lie Arllmr Will At? tack lite K?w l'lllpluo Stronghold From I lie Nomli, Wime Gen. l.nw? Iou'n niiMoii Will Execute ? linnli Ilovmiouf, Attneltliic l*o? *ii>iy s i diu iik- Kenr-Tito Move* nn'iii is i? Mo?l Important One. (By ToJoKrnpli to Vlrirmlan-rilot.) Manila, April 21.-7:10 p. m.?General MacArthur's division lert Malolos to? day, apparently Intending to besiege ('nlumplt. CScheral Halo at 4:10 this afternoon had crossed the Ragbag ...

Publication Title: Virginian-Pilot
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 25 April 1899

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES TWO, THREE AND FIVE. WANTED. WANTPED?POSITION AS STENO grapher end Typewriter by lady of experience. Best of references. Address, "G. K." a;ii3-3t w ANTBD.-FBJIAbB COOK, AT 71' Church street. It WANTED ?BY YOUNG MAN. NICE front roiani, West side; private Tam? il v preferred. Address "W.," caro Vir? ginian-Pilot._If EXPERIE N C K D BAI/BSLA] >Y wanted ac M. WEIN BERG'S, 391 Ohur?b street- _it ANTED . ? AN EX PE Hl BNCB D saleslady, one. who has knowledge of dry goods, m.; Pinery und notion busi? ness: good wages to satisfactory party. Applv to ABRAMSON'S, OUti Church street._It* ANTED . ? AN KXI'KKIKXCBD dry golds saleslady, also a young man who" has had some experience in dry goocis. I* WEriTHKLMEU, 0.? Church Bt rci*t. _ ap2S-8t ARTNER WANTED. ? I WANT A live man ns partner In a very ;>leas ttnt and highly lucrative business; capital required, $2,000, on part of wlm h tine- vr.ll lie given. Address It- E. H. D? care Vlr gliHaw-Pilo...

Publication Title: Virginian-Pilot
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 25 April 1899

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES THREE ?ND FIVE. ? WEATHER REPORT._ WEATHER FORECAST. Washington, April 24. Forecast for Tuesday: For Virginia: Showers Tuesday, with cooler in central ami western portions; fresh southeast winds Wednesday partly cloudy. For North Carolina: Showers Tucs^ day. with cooler in central portion; fresh south winds. Norfolk nn<i llcltillr WEATHER FORECAST FOR TO-DAY. Pair: nearly stationary temperature; fresh cast to southeast winds. TEMPERATURE, RAINFALL, AND HUMIDITY. Maximum temperature. 80 Minimum temperature . fd Normal temperature. 0* Departure from normal.plus s Departure from normal since Jan? uary 1st.minus 101 Rainfall In pust 21 hours. 0 Rainfall since 1st of month.1.43 Mean humidity. 72 CALENDAR. Sun rises 5:11? a. m., sets C:4a p. in. TIDES. Norfolk: High water 8:27 a. m., 8:50 p. m.: low water 2:H0 a. m., 2:30 p. m. Old POInt: High water S:m; a. m., S:20 p. m.; low water 2:19 a. m.p 2:1!) p. m. Monuments and Gravestone?. The selection of...

Publication Title: Virginian-Pilot
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 25 April 1899

VIRGINIAN - PILOT. ?BT THE? (VIRGINIAN AND PILOT PUBLISHING _COMPANY._ KM OLK VlRGim?S ?ND" DAILY PILOT. (Consolidated March. 1S9S.) Entered at ttio Postoflleo at Norfolk, tVa... as second-class matter. OFFICE: PILOT BUILDING. C1TX IIALL AVENUE. norfolk, va. , OFFICERS: A. H. Grandy. President; W. S. Wilk? inson, Treasurer; James E. Allen, Sec? retary. BOARD OF DIRECTORS: A. H (Handy, L. 1 >. Starke, Jr.. T. IV. Ghelton, It. W. Sliultlce W. S; Wilkinson, Uanies E. Allen, I>. F. Donovan. Ttlltl.i: CKST.1 VKK COi'T. subscription rates: The VJRGlNIAN-PlLOT Is (ollverca to Subscribers bv carrief? la No/folk nnd vicinity. Portsmouth, Berkley, Suffolk. West Norfolk, Newport News, for 10 cents per week payable to tho carrier. Hy mall, to any place, In tho Called Slates, postage free: l*AH.rloiieytnr - So.oo " alz month! - - - a.oo ?? tlirce nioutlia - - 1..TO M one ainnih - *? ? .50 ADVERTISING RATES: Advertise? ments lri'irtec at the rato of 75 cents n Square, (li-.n...

Publication Title: Virginian-Pilot
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 25 April 1899

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES T WO, THREE ?ND FIVE COURT DECISIONS. Notes of Cases Recently Decided, Which are of Interest to Our People, digested by w- b- martin. (Kxclusivcly for Virginian-Pilot.) - / COMMONWEALTH M. P. INS. CO. V. EDWARDS. ?Supremo Court of North Carolina, March 7, 1S09. WHERE THE APPLICATION FOR INSURANCE IX A FOREIGN IN? SURANCE COMPANY, WHICH 11A5 NOT MADE THE DEPOSIT REQUIRED BY LAW, IS TAKEN WITHIN THE STATE. THE POLI? CY IS A NORTH CAROLINA CON? TRACT AND VOID UNDER SEC-j TiON ::o'">2 of the code. This is an Ion brought by the re? ceiver <>f n mutual Insurance company for :iic . ollcctl >u of certain assessments upon the defendants levied under a do? nee of the Superior Judicial court of the State ??!' Massachusetts. The court says: The learncil counsel for the plaintiff say In their brief that "if policy No. 4.^11 were made In North Carolina, of ,N course it would be void, hnd the assess? ment could not be collect...

Publication Title: Virginian-Pilot
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 25 April 1899

BELMONT WRITES TO BRYAN Gold Advocate Answers Champion ot Peoples Money. THE CHICAGO PLATFORM llio Wi.ll fitrcct ninenrtlc Pays III? llrnpcct* to I'opilllKIII ami IHsrnss ?<? Jefferson's TenelitiiBs nn Iiitsr? |ir?tc?l l>y Mr. Brynn Net* Forth III* Petition With Korer? ciice lo Taxing luvomoi. Now Tark, April 20. Hon. W. J. Bryan: Dear Sir,?The dispute we are in over tho Chicago platform was not begun by any word or wish of mine. You were invited to dine with the Democratic Club on the anniversary of Jeffer? son's birthday, which the club has heretofore celebrated. Instead of ac? cepting or declining the Invitation, you asked my present opinion ot the Chi? cago platform of three years ago. 1 re 'plied for the club that Individual opin? ions had nothing to do with the invi? tation. Thereupon you sent to me a personal letter describing me as a Re? publican masquerading an a Demo? crat, as unfit to celebrate the anniver? sary <>f Jefferson's ...

Publication Title: Virginian-Pilot
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 25 April 1899

NEWS FROM OLD NORTH STATE AND ITS CAPITAL RALEIGH NEWS AND GOSSIP _i_. Republican Opinions ot the Suffrage Amendment. WHAT DOCKER Y WANTS ItOlM (IITcrcd on Outcome or A. ?V \. V, itniiwiiy liearialutlon?Mtntoto Pur? chtiHo Penitentiary Miin Plnut-A. A- n. College Mindern* Flic Protest ?Now Hotel ui Pluelittrwl ? In Memory of Hugley. Raleigh, N C, April 24.? .T. C. L. Har? ris, who is one of Governor Uns: ell's special friends and counsel, pas lliis to Buy regarding the amendment to the constitution limiting the franchise of degroes: "Unless the while people can be made to believe that see!ion G (the 'grand? father clause") Is unconstitutional and that the amendment will Impose an educational qualification on both whites nnd blacks, of course the people will ratify the amendment at the polls next year." Negroes who have heretofore out quite ti figure In politics, say Ihey pro? pose that In future the Democrats shall do the political lighting In North Caro? lina; The negroes now have ...

Publication Title: Virginian-Pilot
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 25 April 1899

NEWS FROM RICHMOND ?ND" OTHER PARTS . OF_VIRGINIA? OUR RICHMOND NEWS LETTER Conference Will Not Nominate Senator. POPULAR SELECTION PLAN flletuodlst Ccntri.iilnl Annlveranry Opened Wltu Clrcnf Kucl.iialnvm ?nd Kofnblo Norniom-Hot. Dr. itysm.il J>ic? In jLexftagton? Bketeti of IIIs Life ? nocrns llerenno Stamp Selsnres?Fanonal. - ' <Special to Virginian-Pilot.) Richmond, Va., April 24.?Hon. W. A. Jones and Hon W. A. Anderson, ot Lexington, are here in the Interest oi the Senatorial Conference movement May 10th. They reached here Saturday night. Hon. "Walton Moore, of Fairfax, and one of the most prominently men? tioned candidates against Mr. Martin, also came down Saturday night, and vent back yesterday. Mr. Jones is making an aggressive fight for the conference, and his friends are giving him strong help. He and they say there Is every prospect of a very large attendance. It is settled that there will be no attempt made to nom? inate a candidate. Resolutions as...

Publication Title: Virginian-Pilot
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
x
Loading...
x
x