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

Jarnos Johnson, a colored farmer liv? ing on Dr. Halstead'a farm about a mile and a half from town, and hla wife, Indiana, were murderously as? saulted Saturday night about 1? o'clock by two negro burglars. Johnson was taken to St. Vincent s Hospital and his wife to the Norfolk Protestant Hospital, both suffering from fractured skulls. The wife may not recover. Johnson is an Industrious farmer, and was thought to have had a snug sum of money saved up for a rainy day. He exhibited a $20 note Saturday afternoon before a number of men and confirmed that opinion, and especially did It Impress George Edward Wash? ington and his accomplice, both ne? groes, to the extent of determining to place the funds to their own credit, even it they bad to murder. The ,it t.iek was made after Johnson and his Wife had retired and Were S lUttd 111 Bleep. The door was forced open with an axe. On the burglars entering Johnson sprang for hit* gun, and in the attempt received a blow with the axe, which fell...

Publication Title: Virginian-Pilot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 25 April 1899

PORTSMOUTH LOCAL NEWS AND ADVERTISEMENTS CHRONICLES QF INTEREST ?Portsmouth, The Beautiful City By the Sea, 5T" - FOUND HERE AND THERE *ftc? S.ate?t Happening;* In tbo Clly and County Presented In t'onelne I orm For tne Edification of Vir? glnlanaPUot Itcndors Hero anil 1-; in ewtif.? ? Goavlp For I'oople IT bo Desire to Kerp Posted. f - The Hustings Court heard applica? tions for liquor licenses yesterday, and tnany were granted. It conies from very good authority that unless Green street, near the en? trance to the hospital, Is put In better order the entrance to the park from that direction will be closed. Little Wlllcard. the three-year-old 6on of Mr. J. W. Dclind. who was given carbolic acid through a mistake by Mrs. E. H. noetic, his grandmother, was considered out of danger yester? day. There will be no meeting of the coun? cil until tho regular meeting on he second of May. Two small colored boys had a fight fvlth shells yesterday. One of them had Ills head cut pretty badly. ...

Publication Title: Virginian-Pilot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 25 April 1899

PORTSMOUTH LOCAL NEWS AND ADVERTlSEMFNTf=; And we are going ahead with these prices right in the face of the strong advance of raw material. The following prices are good for Monday and Tuesday* This 3c. Egg-Whip, the world over 5c, our price 1 cent ' Solid metal Tea Spoon, no cheap plate to wear off; worth :<v. set; this special e^'e Ic, each. This la otir cent granite Fjjldcr, or Fry-Pan. Our special, ly cents. This granite Cofffo-Fot, not one of the small sixes, hut our rcgulur 20 cent size, to iro at 23c. 0r ? - Wo have good Hair Uruahcs from lOe. ?Ui'. Put the one Wo advertls ? Is an ull jbrlstlo brush, Its actual value being 40 cents, t.? ?:o nil 23c, \Vo import all oiir brushes, Uicrcforo wo make the- Jobber's in ollt. :.' m mm % \m if \ 111 mm M mm 1 11( i This combination Dinner Pall re? tails at 20 or 23 cents. Our special price, 13 cents. lOc. Grnh r This is not an ordinary 10-qunrt pail, but 1- UUart, Hill ii as | M tot 13 < ? ntU Our special price, lo cent... Tl.....

Publication Title: Virginian-Pilot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 25 April 1899

Review of- tue Markets, Shipping News and Real Estate Business. REYEIW OF MARKETS FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL Slocks, Money, Exchange, Bonds, Grain, Cotton, Provisions, Etc. New York, April 24.?Trading was of ft listless sort lo-day, and except for an early spurt In the specialties, prll CS decreased lo the end, when the lone was weak. Smart recessions appeared In many stocks, while most o? the active list was lower. No very serious con? sideration seemed to be Riven to the protest <>f the Qermjdn Ambassador ngainst the yuiterances of a naval officer just returned from Manila. Th< ?strength of sterling Exchange attract? ed seme attention, continuing its it does in spile- of comparative easiness; of money, which ranged from 3 t-> 1 pet" cent. tor call loans. The faVorablc bank statement of Sat? urday failed to arouse a noticeable in-, crease in outside Interest In the mar hot, und the bears accordingly reasoned that It was opportune lo trj some short ventures. Anacondn Minin...

Publication Title: Virginian-Pilot
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 26 April 1899

^liitniimi^iimiiii iiinm uunnTam iui y jia Pages| I IN TWO PARTS. t 3 P *TTTr? rrrt t tt t ttttt t rTTTTillATTTI VOL. III?-NO. 22. NORFOLK, VA., WEDXESDAT, APRIL ?i:iiii'. iiifiiinwiii111 "imiuuii miillllJJ 3 WEATHER FORECAST FOR TO-DAY 1 NORFOLK AND VICINITY? Fair; following cloudy weatherj lipht variable winds; station?r/ tem ; pcraturc TtTTTTTTTTn ITTTTT THREE CENTS PER COPY. LATEST NEWS OF THE WORLD BY TELEGRAPH AND CABLE. HARD FIGHTING AT CALUMPIT MacArthur's Division Encounters a Brave Enemy, THE AMERICAN LOSSES TIlO Filipino? Heine l l oil! Cue FuSl lii?U to Another, A Tier Inflicting <>rcnlo?l PoftnlKlehniiingfiCpou Ad> vim dug Army?Their Force* Weil I)i llieil aiitl llicy Tenaciously Iii - Jim? Eevury lncli ?>i Grotnid?In? surgent Losses?Fought From I he JllllfrlCSi (By Telegraph lo Vlrglnlan-Pllot.) Manila, April 25.-10:30 i>. m.?General Mac Arthur's dcvislon fought its way lo the Filipino trenches before Calum pit lo-day, advancing four mil. s, mostly throu...

Publication Title: Virginian-Pilot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 26 April 1899

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES THREE^NDlrNnET LOST. 1- OST ?WEDNESDAY NIGHT, 19TH j Inst., near MelCendrco Church, a Lady's Pockct-Book, with about $30 in nioticv and two p!ot\ires. $10 reward if re aarned to G. W. DEAD & CO., r?5 New Market Place. _nt>23-3t FOUND. /?fc> FIXB LOGS FOUND IN ELI2, \JjU 0.beth river with no marks on them. The owner will please call for tliein snd nay expenses. w. R. RIGGS, Gtl tii-?rton. Va._au:..V3t* WANTED. WANTED.?POSITION BY AN ALL round office man; (rood bookkeep* ??; references. Address WALTER, ear - Vir? ginian-pil''.._a p2C-3t? WA NT ED-POSITIO N A S ST E N O graphcr and Typewriter by lady of experience. Best of references. Address, "G. K." aj>23-St \%r ANTED. ? AN EXPERIENCED VV dry ' saleslady, also u young riari who ha* had some experience in dry poods. 1.. WKSTIlElMiEK, .".00 Church street. _ap25-8t PARTNER WANTED. ? I WANT A Uyc m ui as partner In a very pleas? mit and highly lucrative business: capital reaulrc'd $2.000, ?u part...

Publication Title: Virginian-Pilot
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 26 April 1899

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES THREE AND FIVE. WEATHER REPORT. WEATHER FORECAST. Washington, April 86.?Weather fore? cast for Wednesday: Virginia?Fair Wednesday, preceded by showers; variable winds; Thursday, fair and warm. North Ca roll nit?Fair preceded by showers In eastern portion Wednesday; variable winds; Thursday, fair. Norfolk nml Vicinity WEATHER FORECAST FOR TO-DAY. Fair, following cloudy weather; light Variable, wind*; stationary temperature. TEMPERATURE. RAINFALL AND HUMIDITY. Maximum temperature . 7* Minimum temperature . 66 Normal temperature . r>8 Departure from normal .plus 9 Departure since Jan. I'd.minus 95 Rainfall In past 84 hours .plus-. Rainfall .since 1st of month.1.42 Mean humidity. SI CALENDAR. j Sun rise?, 6:16 a. m.; sets, G:50 p. m. | TIDES. Norfolk?High water, 9:0(1 a, m. and! 9:32 p. m.; low water, 2:12 a. in. and 3:10 p. m. Old Point?High water. S: 15 a. m. and 9:ll p. m.; low water, 8:61 a. m. and 2:49 )>. m. DIED. OAIM'P.?At the residence of hla ...

Publication Title: Virginian-Pilot
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 26 April 1899

VIRGINIAN - PILOT. ? ?BT THE? {VIRGINIAN AND PILOT PUBLISHING COUPANX. UORFOLK VIRGINIAN AND DAILY PILOT. (Consolidated r'.rvrch. 1SDS.) ? Entered ?t the Postorrtca ?.t Norfolk, {V'a.. <ls second-class in aller. t-?-. OFFICE: PILOT BITIL.DINO. CITY. HA 1.1- A V EN U E. norfolk. va. OFFICERS: IA. H. Gwmdy. President: W. 3. Wilk fason, Treasurer; James E. Allen, Bec fretary. BOARD OF DIRECTORS: A. H. Grandy. U. D. Starke, Jr., T. W. (Shelton, Jt. W. Shuitice*. W. S. Wilkinson, ?iunes E. Allen, D. F. Donovan. TllHKK ?;F..rr.<? PBR Ctft'T, subscription rates: The VIRGINIAN-PILOT Is delivered to Subscriber* hy carriers In N'ocfolk and Vicinity .Portsmouth. Rerkloy. Suffolk. fWest Norfolk. .Newport News, for 10 rents per week payable to the carrier. By mall, to any place in tho United (States, postage free: DAll.Y.on.-yw ... ?.VOn ?? slxmoutlis - 3.00 *? Iiiree oioiitlia - - 1.30 *? onr iMo iili - ?? - .."O ADVERTISING RATIOS: Advertise? ments insertcc at the rale of 7? cents a ?squ...

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

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES 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-Pilot.) NORFOLK & W ESTERN It. CO. V. BOARD PUB. WORKS. Supreme Court of Appeals of Virginia, March 18th. 1S99. j ' THE PLACE OP ENROLLMENT OR REGISTRATION' OF TUGS AND BARGES OF A VIRGINIA RAIL? ROAD CORPORATION DOES NOT FIX THEIR SITUS FOR TAXA? TION, RUT TilEY SHOULD BE TAXED IN THE COUNTY IN WHICH THEY REMAINED WHEN IN THE STATE. The plaintiff filed a petition In the Oh uit Court of the city of Richmond asking to !>e relieved from an assess? ment upon certain tu^s and bargCH belonging to it, which had been made by the Hoard of Public Works. The plaintiff claimed that the assessment was Illegal because the property was not subject to taxation in Virginia. The railroad company was a Virginia cor? poration and was largely engaged in moving coal from the terminus of Its railroad at Lambert's Po...

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

An Ordinance. IMPOSING TAXES OX PROPERTY. PERSONS AND LICENSES FOR TUB PAYMENT OF INTEREST ON THE CITY DEPT. INCLUDING THE SPECIAL WATER TAN. AND TO MEET THE GENERAL APPROPRIA? TIONS FOR THE YEAR BEGIN? NING JULY 1ST. 1S'.?0. i. Ho It ordained by lh< Common ami Select Councils 01 tho C:ty of Norfolk thai no person Shall'tnguge In any bu.-i Hess in the said C tv Of Norfolk, fi r which u. license Is required by the laws ol Iho Commonwealth, <m- the ordinances of ,.t olt>\ without lust having appl.cd lor and obtained such license, under venulty of not less than twenty nur more than on> hundred dpi firs; and thai for the year l>e gitmihg on Hu? 1st day of February, I Still, and i.r (-??<Ii year thereafter, tin- i.ixi < on t.imis niid tuts, persons. Incomes und other property shall be as followst -. t;|K>n all lands, wharvts and bit--, and ? hiut Improvements thereon and upon ail i? rson.li properly of ovcry doset Iptlon. I vxeept such mil and personal Property as...

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

THE NEWS FROM THE OLD NORTH STATE AND ITS CAPITAL* RALEIGH NEWS AND^GOSSIP How Our Heroes Were Welcomed Home. THE DAY AND THE DEED r - Five Thonmud People) Taru Onf, Not TTUbstauUiug it Was Numluy nud Divluo Ncrvlt on Were lu t'rocrrav, to Greet llio lloyu With t'livcrs?E<? corlcil to llio Capitol, where Gov. Iliissoll Welcomes Tlieui Homo. Raleigh, N. C, April 23.?It has al? ways been something of a grievance ?with the officers and men of the regu? lar army that in peace times the peo? ple forget the army. Tills, however, is a charge that can? not be laid at North Carolina's door by her volunteer soldiery. In at least a dozen towns In the State, Bui.day was an occasion that well might have made the most sordid and complaisant human being feel a thrill of enthusiasm and patriotic pride. After nearly a year's absence "the boys" were coming home. Unconsciously one's hat hi lifted, God preserve them. Kvory town that sent a company to the front was prepared to give it a roy? al welco...

Publication Title: Virginian-Pilot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 26 April 1899

news from richmond and other parts ?F~WrgTmX Letter From Colonel Taylor to Governor Tyler. THE COVERNAR'S REPLY Tho Fonrlb Vlrslnli? Will llo ?'Ol? eom cd Homo Willi I'rltlo Itntl rieamiro-l>r. Touiigr nt tlio .l*ll> odlit cciilciiutal ? Colonel Brj?u Buvltr? ?i? 8|)onH on Labor l?ny ? Conimnnder William* Appoint* llcutilou Dclpcalo*. (Special to Virglnian-rilot.) Richmond, Va., April 25.?Governor Tyler to-day sent the following reply to Col. Taylor, of the Fourth regiment, who wrote him thanking him for the uniform kindness His Excellency had shown the regiment since It entered tho service: Richmond, Va., April 2.-,. 1899. Colonel George W. Taylor. Fourth Vir? ginia Regiment, Savannah, Ca.: Dear Colonel.?Your letter of the 23d. naming tlio 27th of this month as the date on which the Fourth Virginia Regiment will lie mustered out of the ecrvlec of the rnited States, has just bee" received. For the pleasing ae iuri it! ? lhat my efforts In behalf of the ni n In watching over th...

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

The Rainbow Carnival In V^Stesa at Pvthiun Hall tor the ben?w ?? r,nJf"T nut Street M. 13. Church ?std a mow brilliant atul auspicious ope.,?nB' ultendancu again last night w?aj r? and enthusiastic. The entertaJnnicni was ihst class In every particular ?? the rendition was an evidence of n,u'" preparation and study on the part ."? the participants. The public c.vt v * ness each night an entertalnmc&t 101 10 cents that is a rare treat'. . , A largo portion of the space In* J, auditorium is occupied l>y booths that, are nicely constructed and prettily dec? orated, and each occupied by a .score of handsome bright-faced girls whose ; ?miles are evidences of their willing? ness to wait on the customers with their many stocks! The first booth as you cuter on the left la the Philippine Hut, covered with straw, decorated by arrows and pictures of savages, it is presided over by Miss Annie Mansfield and her assistants. They have fresh roasted peanuts and lemonade. Nrxt to this on the ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 26 April 1899

PORTSMOUTH LOCAL NEWS AND ADVERTIRFMFntq CHRONICLES OFJNTEREST Portsmouth, The Beautiful City By the Sea, fOUND HERE AND THERE tt'lia Latest Hnppanlnei lu tho City und Coanir I'reaentod In Conduct Form For the F.illllciitlon or Vir? Clnl?n?Pllot Ilendera Hern nnil FUewbere ? Ooa?ip For I'coplo ITbo Dailre to Koep Posted. "Citizen's" communication was re? ceived at this oflice. It went Into the ?waste basket where all anonymous ar? ticles go; moreover, it was of a per? sonal character and, therefore, not ad (nlssable to our columns. Mary Bagley, colored, while splitting d big "croaker" fish in the back yester? day, had the misfortune to cut her liand severely by the knife slipping. Judge A. S. Watts granted several liquor licenses yesterday. The County Court waa engaged yes? terday In hoariaig appeal cases from the decisions of magistrate?. Our Western Branch truckers far that we will have line strawberries in about ten days, If they can just get a alUle rain. The New Tork, Philadelp...

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

PORTSMOUTH LOCAL. NEWS ?ND ADV EI RTI SEM EI NTS A MONEY POINT FIRE. I ijrjjo Imperial Guano Factory Totally Destroyed. Yesiertlny at about 2:30 p. m. the Im? perial Guano Factory, situated on tbe Soulhorn Branch of the Elizabeth, about four miles from Portsmouth, and opposite the Julian's Crock powder magnsine. caught fire from a spark blown from the chimney to the roof, und before ,It was noticed had made such headway as to preclude saving the buildim;. Fanned by the strong south? east wind the names travelled rapidly, and by 15 o'clock the roof of the main building fell in, the fire spreading to the smaller buildings, and the entire plant whs totally consumed. There \vnr? little protection ngalnst fire, :*?d it was too far for the harbor tuns to arrive In time to do any great good, one or two In the vicinity responded, and it is be? lieved rendered some assistance. Beside the plant several thousand dollars ?worth of K"t'd.-t were destroyed, Just wlirit the loss amounts to Is not ...

Publication Title: Virginian-Pilot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 26 April 1899

Review oe the Markets, Shipping Nkwa and Real Estate Business. FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL Stocfcs, Money, Exchange, Bonds, Grain, Cotton, Provisions, Etc. New York, April 25.?Dealings in stocks to-day were rather'dull. Tho market generally heavy in the forenoon, while In the afternoon strength ap? peared, especially among those stocks which had been most depressed early. The Grangers Initiated the Improvement coincident with the weakness in wheat. London was a seller of the Interna? tionals; particularly of Louisville- nnd Southern. Although the professional element was bearish, speculation throughout displayed an undertone of resistance which caused ninny of the trading element to reverse their tactics. Aiming tho generally Inactive shares very material advances appeared In Minneapolls and St. Louis, Detroit (las. Canadian Pacific and Illinois Central. Anaconda Mining advanced sharply on continued gossip connecting it with the proposed consolidation- Sugar, Glucose and Metropolitan w...

Publication Title: Virginian-Pilot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 27 April 1899

PORTSMOUTH LOCAL NEWS AMD ADVERTISEMENTS A. M". E. CONFERENCE Meets In Annual Session In Emmanuel N-. Church. The Virginia Conference of the Afri? can Methodist Episcopal Church open? ed yesterday morning in the Emanuel A. M. E. Church, North street, Ports? mouth. It brings to this part of the State representative colored ministers from all parts of the State and many fiom various parts of the country. The conference is presided over by Bishop James A. Handy, of Ohio. When he took up the work of the Gospel min? istry among the llrst charges he held wits the one where he is now holding conference. The conference was called to order by Bishop Handy, Rev. D. J. Beckett made the opening prayer and the bishop lead the Scripture lesson, which he com? mented on. Rev. Dr. E. H. Bolden, of Portsmouth, delivered the annual ser? mon to the ministers, in winch he out? lined the work of the past year.' In speaking of the conference, he eald that It was a historical year for It, and an Important ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 27 April 1899

Review of tue Markets, Shipping News and Real Estate Business. FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL Stocks, Money, Exchange, Bonds, Grain, Cotton, Provisions, Etc. New York, April 2G.?The net changes In prices were generally trilling to-day, with advances, however, outnumbering declines. London bought about li.ooo chares and there was rather a cheerful tcne to the early trading. Six months money was offered ut 3% on railroad stocks and at 4 on mixed collateral, and sterling exchange was steady at unchanged quotations. The crop advances noted some im girovement, and as a consequence the Grangers were strong for a time. Inn pn realizing left off with irregular 4hanges. Many of the specialties, after Charly strength, became weak, and itmong those which receded below yes? terday's prices were Glucose, Sugar, Continental Tobacco, National Steel, American Smelting and International Kilver. Denver and Hlo Grande and f Mexican Central were helped by the ' ??Ise In silver. Pennsylvania rose 2 points net...

Publication Title: Virginian-Pilot
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 27 April 1899

y "?i im ii 1111 11 in in i in i in ? wii it um mi if 5 IN TWO PARTS. E 3 C *Wtt. rTTTTTTTTTTTTTTlTTTTTTT? | f TTTTT TTTT1I11TTT1*? \- sniu.wniniiiniii'iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiijiiixiiirrrjinJuxLv 1 WEATHER FORECAST FOR TO-DAY 3 _ : NORFOLK AND VICINITY? 3 3 Fair and warmer; fresh west 3 winds VOL. Ill?NO. 2?. NORFOLK, VA., THURSDAY, APR 11, 27, 1899?TWELVE PAGES. TIIREE CENTS PER COPY. LATEST NEWS OF THE WORLD BY TELEGI^APH" AND CABLE-}t?~0?" STUBBORN STAND OF FILIPINOS They Employ Artillery Against Americans at Galumnit. ORDERS OF ACUINALDO our TroopN Irons Itngbng River null Ellgnco Filipinos, ? In? Di I. ihI ?Tnlumplt i.iu rt.-?'i leal I j, l'onrlng Hciuj Fire in IMrccllon of Our Troops- Agulunlilo'* Instruct tons to Uli Siolillcrs ?I.nwloii Knconm torn Obstacles?Ainortcnu I 'limits Ilnrrnsscd by .Nhnr psliootor?. (By Telegraph to Vlrgtnlan-Pllot.) Manila, April 26.?G:l p. m.?Aguinal do's army to-day Is defending Calumplt energetically, which Is isaid to Indicate that tho rebels are fina...

Publication Title: Virginian-Pilot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 27 April 1899

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES TWO, THREE AND FIVE. LOST. ? OST.? TAI It OF OOLD RIMMED Jj cyo glass ?, on Main rtccet, between Burrow's Granby. one dollar n-wnrd If returned to 220 Douo-h street, Norfolk. ap27-3t' _ _ OST^*\\'T:DNKSDAY NIGHT, I9TI1 j inst., no.11- McKcndrca Church, a Lady's Pocket-Book, with about- $30 In money ani iv.o pl< lures. !'?') reward if rc lturn*d to <;. W. DEAL Ac CO., 60 New jit.-irU"t Plnce._ _ap23-3t TOUND. f??> PINE I."?;s FOUND IN I3L1Z O^y ale ;ii river with no marks on them, Theownor will 1 least call for the/11 and pay expanses. W. It. ItlCGS. Oil merton, va, no26-3t* V ANTED. WANTBD.-A PEW FIRST-CLASS iub> baarders; go.id rcfcrcncen re? quired. Apply M'KS. ROSALIE SIT.DKN. 103 i luke street, an27-tf \\> ?NTEI?. ?' i::: i' !?: 111 ENCED 111:1.1 ?' \y ersr on wtulsts umd skirts, Call ear? ly Thursday morning. Miss KM.ua KAPPMAN. r<) charh It. sln-i, city. W WANTED. ? a MAN TO' ITHtNlsil equrpment and log 2?,0C0 fort per day; timber...

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