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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 27 April 1899

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES TWO, THREE AND FIVE. WEATHER REPORT. Washington, D. C, April 26, 1893. Forecast for Thursday: For Virginia ami North Carolina Fair, exeeut showers near the coast Thursduy; fresh northerly winds; Fri? day fair and warmer. Norfolk unit Vicinity. WEATHER FORECAST FOR TO-DAY. Fair and warmer: fresh west winds. TEMPERATURE, RAINFALL AND HUMIDITY. April 2C, isr>9. Maximum temperature . 70 Minimum temperature . 60 Normal temperature . "0 Departure from normal .minus fi Departure since January 1st_plus 00 Rainfall In past 24 h"">'irs .62 Rainfall since 1st of month .1.01 Mean humidity. DO CALENDAR, Run rises at 5:14 a. in. and set.< at 6:51 p. m. TIDES. Norfolk?High water, 0:4S a. in. and 10:10 p. m. How water, 3:5S a. m. and 3:52 :>. m. Old Point?High water. 0:27 a. m. and 9:5S p. m- Low water, 3:37 a. m. and 3:31 p. m. nu:i>. CHARTERS.?At his residence, 77 Col lege Place, Wednesday at 12 m., l>r. CHAS. T.. CHARTERS, in tho 32d year of his age...

Publication Title: Virginian-Pilot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 27 April 1899

VIRGINIAN - PILOT. ?BT THE? VI HG INI AN AND PILOT PUBLI9HINO COMPANY. IGRFGLK VIRGINIAN AND DAILY PILOT. (Consolidated March, 1S?S.) Filtered at tho Postofflce at Norfolk, ' >.. as second-class matter. OFFICE: PILOT BU1LDINQ. CITY. HALL AVLNLK, _norfolk. va. OFFICERS: A. H. Qrandy, President; W. S. Wilk? inson, Treasurer; James K. Allen, Sec? retary. BOARD OF DIRECTORS: A. II. Qrandy, L. D Starke. Jr., T. TV. Fheltou, B. IV. ShultlcC. \V. S. Wilkinson, dames K. Allen, D. F, Donovan. -j-. TIIKKK CEBITS PICK COPT. subscription rates: The VIRGINIAN-PILOT ts delivered to subscribers by carriers In Norfolk and vicinity. Portsmouth, Berkley. SufTolk. Vtest Norfolk. Newport News, for 10 cents per week puyablo to Ihn carrier, liy mail. -lo n.;"y uiuce In the United btaier.. postage free": S>AII.T, one jrenr - - - $.-?.OO " tla llinulha - - . 3.00 M ilirec mouths - - 1.30 " one nil.ulll ?? ? ..10 ADVERTISING RATES: Aavertl-ie mcnta li'Htrteo nt the rate of TB cents a btjeare. Hist Ins...

Publication Title: Virginian-Pilot
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 27 April 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 B- MARTIN. (Exclusively for Vlreinlan-Pilot.) NEWPORT NEWS. H. & O. P. D. CO. V. N. N. S. R. CO. Supreme Court of Appeals of Virginia. March 10, 1S3U. A RESOLUTION OP THE HOARD OF DIRECTORS OP A CORPORATION DULY SIGNED AND SETTING FORTH THE TERMS OF THE CONTRACT, IS A COMPLIANCE WITH THE STATUTE REQUIRING WRITTEN CONTRACTS FOR THE SALE OF LAND. A. WRITTEN CONTRACT MUST SHOW ON , ITS FACE A COM? PLETED AGREEMENT OR IT CANNOT EE ENFORCED. Thi ? was a suit brought by the New? port New;: Street Railway Company to recover fiom the Development Com? pany, on an allegad contract ol thai company to donate 12,500 and 11 lota worth to the railway company towards the construction of its road. Tin detente was mat the agreement was net in writing, and the statute oi limitations. There v. as also a demur? rer. A resolution of the Development Compa...

Publication Title: Virginian-Pilot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 27 April 1899

An Ordinance. IMPOSING TAXES ON PROPERTY, PERSONS AND LICENSES FOR THE PAYMENT OF INTEREST ON THE CITY DEUT, INCLUDING THE SPECIAL WATER TAX. AND TO MEET THE GBXEKAL APPROPRIA? TIONS FOR THE YEAR BEGIN? NING JULY 1ST. ISM). _ .. 1. Bo It ordained by the Common nnd ftolect Councils of the Olty o? Norfolk that no person shall cngugc In any busi? ness In the sai?! C ty of Norfolk, Per which u license Ii rwjidrcd by Iho laws or the Coiniiionwialth. ?r Ih" .. rdiriaiK? s ol said .ity wlilioul llrst having appl ed for and obtained such license, under penally of ?i>>t less than twenty nor more than oip. litmdred doltUrs; and that for the year he Ginning ion the 1st day ol February, ISM, nnd f- >r inch year thereafter, the tax"s on lands nail lots, persons. Incomes und Other property shall be us follows: -. t'pon all lands, wharves and lots and other improvements then on and upon all personal property of every .description, exce:?t Btioh real and personal property ?is Is exempted f...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 27 April 1899

THE NEWS FROM THE OLD NORTH STATE AND ITS CAPITAL RALEIGH NEWS AND GOSSIP A Destructive Conflagration at Pilot Mountain. i WATER WORKS BONDS Proposed IBcorgnnlantlou of Second Regiment ? lnrtnxrl.il I'rocrcss Notes?Murderer* Received nt tho Penitentiary?Nlilpmenl of Mr:uv. berries ? Conrtuclor Pblppa Suv tnlns Serlona Acclrtcnt. ' Raleigh, X. C, April 20.?The follow? ing special was received in this city last night from Pilot Mountain: This evening ut 0 o'clock fire broke out in the olllce of Job lliatt's furniture Store. In less thun two hours the stores of Job Hiatt. Dodson Bros., and G. O. Key, ulso the Farmers' Warehouse und residence of H. G. Whitaker were utter? ly destroyed. The conflagration waB ter? rific und for a time it seemed thut a large part of the town would surely be destroyed. Tho freeholders of the town voted to? day on the Issuance of bonds to estab? lish water works. MILITARY REORGANIZATION. Before the organization of the new Second Regiment, which will take the...

Publication Title: Virginian-Pilot
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 27 April 1899

NEWS FROM RICHMOND AND OTHER PARTcT?r^RGINI?" Another Mysterious Disappearance Gomes to Light, GOVERNOR APPEALED TO Invited to Introduce President Mc- ' liluley nt I'nllM Cbnrch-?Inte Committee's Atltlndo w 11it Itefer enee to Hnj t'ourcrcueo ? 'the Method In t Centennial Cclcbrnilon ? Two Hum.I red Thotimnd Clfiirn Seized In this District. (Special to Vlrgtnlnn-rilot.) Richmond, Va., April 26.?Governor Tyler w;ib Informed to-day of another mysterious disappearance, the details of which nre remarkable. A gentleman, who Is a friend of the Governor, wmtc him from Charlotte county stating that last December young l.andnn P. Claim;;, of that county, left Randolph county, W. Va., for his homo in Charlotte, lie was nin.king the trip horseback, and had a led horse with him. lie was seen In Stnunton on December 27th. lie has never been seen since. lie lins not been heard from. Every effort has been made to find him. He had ISO on his person when he left Ran? dolph county. Ills family ore Bi...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 27 April 1899

UTTER FRCM HDL KAUTZ (Continued from First Page.) r.artment probably would deal with the Indiscretion in such a way as li de? served. COMMISSION EN ROUTE. San Francisco, April 26.?The United States dispatch boat Badger, with the Samoan Commission on board, sailed to-day for Apia. The steamer will prob? ably stop at Honolulu for coal. SITUATION IN SAMOA. Berlin, April 26.?With a view of rec? tifying the reports of the discord said to exist between the three naval com? manders at Samoa, the Nord Deutsche Zeitung publishes extracts to-day from the reports of the commander of the German warship Falke up to March 28d, in which Captain Schoenfelder Bays: J "WILD RUMORS CONTRADICTED. "The wildest rumors are current con? cerning the relations between the offi? cers and crew of the Falke and the Americans and F.nglish. The reports are tlue to some of our countrymen who do not tiro of creating ill-feeling between the officers and men of tin? three coun? tries by promoting sind? rumors. As a m...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 27 April 1899

PORTSMOUTH "LOCAL NEWS AND ADVFPtFc^fmt^. ALEXANDER T?TE TO HANG Judge Portlock Overrules Motion For New Trial. FRiDAY, NOVEMBER I7TH. After PnssUiir Upon Points of law Ilnlscd In Prlioncn ?nliitlf. Hin (nnrl Proiionncos Nciifctiec of Heath-Sir. Slnrtin, lute's Conueel, Will Go IO Circuit Court l'or Writ of Error?Dreinrnt Ion of Innocence Yesterday was a momentous day and the County Court an all Important tri? bunal In the life history of Alexander Tato, who stand? convicted of the mur? der of Charles or Allle Mahnte. Hon. W. M. l'ortloek passed upon the motion of Mr. George Q. Martin, prisoner's counsel, for a new trial. Tho court re viewed the evidence, the argument of counsel and tho law at length, and bus* talned the verdict of the jury of mur? der in the first degree, and sentenced Tale to be hanged un Friday, Novem? ber 17th. T?te, nftcr sentence was passed, ash. cd leave to address the court. Tliis wa? granted, and he again emphatically protested his innocence. Mr. Martin wil...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 28 April 1899

^??imruiiiiiiii 11 ii 11 u in iiiuiiiimmnij: 1 IN TWO PARTS. I i E 3._ _ C * " TTT rTTTTTTTTTTTTTT* TTTTTTTT T TTTTTT TTTT1 lllTTtl T* VOL. Ill?NO. 24. .NORFOLK, VA? FRIDAY, AIM?LI, 2S, 1S90?TWELVE PAGES. LATEST NEWS OF THE WORLD BY TELEGRAPH AND CABLE } MORE FIGHTING JN SAMOA Ensign Monoghan. of the Phila? delphia, Beheaded Alive. GERMANS AID NATIVES Distributed Cnrtrltleas <? nag? or Itlro nuil Sugnr Along "'? Count In December?Tlio Rebels sir (?crutrtii fine From Their Fort ? Sew ZoitlniMl'a Hirer of Trooim ClttiaftS Eutlinalnmii-IlnttlCB nti Mliec ntb nnil.Kcvcntocn'ili Iustnuta, ta j? t>' ? 1 (By Te7egTftph to VinrtnJan-rnot.) Auckland, N. 7,., April 27.?Particu? lars of the fighting in Samoa, contained In the advices received hero from Apia, under dato of April IS, show that the battle between the friendly natives and the rebels took place at Vailelo, and that the latter lost one hundred men killed and wounded. BEHEADED ALIVE Further details of the deaths of En? sign J. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 28 April 1899

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES THREE AND FIVE LOST. LUST. ? f A1H OK eye glasses, on MYiln street, between Burrow's ami Granby. One dollar reward If returned to 229 Bou&h street, Norfolk. a:):';-nt* WANTED. WAXTMP. ? TO BUT HOUSE WITH 1 .ii a. on abvmt on., aero of land in small place near Norfolk: price net to ex? ceed $2,000. Address S. W., Virgl.run-f'ilot office._ ap2S-3t* Uf ANTED.?A PEW PIRST-OLA8S tab!,- boarders; good references re? quired. Apply ?MUS. ROSALIE SELBEN, I:'-' Duke street. uu2T-tf ANT BD. ?AM AN TO' FUI INI 811 cqiifpmcnit and log '.'.'..rxn f, et per day: timber convenient at railroad: go d live job t<> responsible party. Address for any Information wanted CAPE PEAK LUMBER COMPANY, Wilmington N. C. Bt?27-8t j ANTED.? rOSlTIOiN BY AN ALL. round office man: good bookkeeper' references. Address WALTER; car.' Vlr glr.ian-Pil : t. up26-3L* WANTED. ? girls to learn weaving. Paid wlille learning. Ap? ply the NORFOLK SILK COMPANY J/nmbert's Point, Va. nplS-tf ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 28 April 1899

THE NEWS OF NORFQU<~0^rp?GES TWO, THREE AND FIVE WEATHER REPORT. Washington, D. C. April 27, 1S9D. Forecast for Friday: For Virginia?Partly cloudy Friday, with warmer In custom portion; pro? bably showers Saturday; brisk to high cast winds. For North Carolina?Fair Friday; fresh north winds; Saturday fair. Norfolk nod Vtoliiltv WEATHER FOUKCAST FOR TO-DAY. . Fair; nearly stationary temperature; fresh east winds. TEMPERATURE. RAINFALL AND HUMIDITY. April 27, 1S09. Maximum temperature . 66 Minimum temperature . 04 Normal temperaturo . G2 Departure from normal .minus 2 Departure since January 1st..minus 02 Rainfall In past 21 hours .01 Rainfall slnco 1st of month .1.45 Mean humidity. 07 CALENDAR. Sun rises at 5:13 a. m. and sets at 6:62. p. m. TIDIOS. Norfolk?High water, 10:35 a. in. and 11:07 p. m. Low water, 4:44 a. m. and 4:41 p. in. Old Point?High water, 10:14 a. in. nnd 10:40 p. m. Low water, 4:23 a. m. and 4:20 p. m._ DIB?. FISllKR^ATliTi^.sldT^e, 133 South Kelly BiVOnue, Rramh...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 28 April 1899

'VIRGINIAN - PILOT. ' ?BT THE? . STRGINLAN AND PILOT PUBLISHING* } COMPANY._ iORFOLK VIRGINMl ?D~~MILY PILOT. (Consolidated March. 1533.)'_ ICatorcC at tho Posiofflco at Norfolk, p/a., a* lecoud-class matter. ! OFFICE: PILOT BUILDING. *jV' T. CITY BALL AVJ5NUE. . ? 3_norfolk. va._ OFFICERS: f MC a. Grandy. President; W. S. Wllk ? tn9m. Treasurer; Jameo L. Allen, Scc [ t?UUT. * BOARD OF DIRECTORS: ? A. H. Gnuidy, L. D. Starke, Jr.. T. TV. fnerton, R. W. Shultlce. W. S. Wilkinson, amea EX Allen, D. V. Donovan. _ T)l ItDI ? CM 1 I'llRCOCT, ' subscriptTon rates : Tha VIRGINIAN-PILOT Is delivered to Subscribers by carriers in No/folk and (vicinity Portsmouth, Berkley. Suffolk. (West Norfolk, Newport News, for 10 cants per week payable to tho carrier. (By mall, to any place in tho United States, postage free: VAIl.T.ono rrnr - 65.O0 1 , ?* six uinnllia - 3.00 " Ihrer moulbS - ? I.tiO ? odd ill on til ? ? " ??'50 ADVERTISING KATES: Advertise? ments inserted: at the rnto of 75 cents a (Squa...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 28 April 1899

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES TWO, THREE AND FTVR Makes the food more delicious nno wholesome fio'.v. c?k'vo powofh ro.. NIW v-,r..; COURT DECISIONS. Notes of Cases Recently Decided, Which are of Interest to Our People. DIGESTED BY W. B- I"\RTIN, (Exclusively for Virglnlan-Pllot.) LAMBERT V. NICKLASS. Supreme Court of Appeals, West Va. December 7, 1898. ONE WHO KEEPS LIVE STOCK FOR COMPENSATION HAS A LIEN ON IT FOR WHAT IS DUE HIM FOR ITS KEEP, UNDER CODE C, 100, SECTION 13. THIS LIEN IS NOT LOST BT THE LIENOUS LEVYING AN ATTACH? MENT ON THE PROPERTY. Lambert claimed a lien on Brown's horse nnd buggy for keeping it, and re? fused to let Brown take it. Brown be? came Insolvent nnd made an assign? ment, and Lambert sued for keeping the property and levied an attachment on It, the sheriff leaving It in his (Lambert's) possession. The lower court held Lambert had no lien and he ap? pealed. The court says: Lambert claims a Hen tor keeping a horse and buggy at his stable belonging to Brown...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 28 April 1899

An Ordinance. jiirosixo taxes 0:1 property, fkrsonq and licenses for tub patment of interest on . ' tub city debt, including the special water tax, and to meet the general appropria? tions for. tub tear begin king july 1st. 1s9p. 1. Rc It ordained by the Common nnd Beleot Council? ot the C'ly of Norfolk that no person .shall engage In any busi? ness la the mhi C'ly of Norfolk, for which h. llccnao 1s required l>y Hid laws of the Common wealth, or the ordlnaio < -s of sal,! city, without llrst having applied for and obtained such license, under penalty of not less than twenty nor more than on" Ihundrcd dolftirs; and that for the year be? ginning on <the 1st day of February, 1?99, and Doc CUCh year tin r-.after, the taxes on lands und lots, persons, Incomes und other property shall be as follows: ?. Upon ull lands, wharves and lots .and other Improvements thereon and upon all personal property of every description, exc"i>t such real and personal property ?is As exempted fr...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 28 April 1899

THE) NEWS FROM" THE OLD NORTH STATE AND ITS CAPITAL AND GOSSIP Corporation Commission Estab? lishes a Fertilizer Rate. ALL RAILROADS BOUND Tho Itcilucoil Unto Goes Into Effect BIny IB?Itlvnl Hoards of Agrlcnl furo Itoncli aa Uiietorslnndlug nnd Kiibmlt IHspulo to tlie Court?? l'ro grain or lilllirord College Com? luoiiocuicut Exorcises. Raleigh, N. C, April 27.?As has al? ready been stated In these columns, the minimum carload of fertilizers, for the local rRle, bos been, reduced from fifteen to ten tons. This order rocs Into effect on the lGtb day of May. In making this reduction the Corpo? ration Commission lias also repealed all exemptions from or modiilentlons of tbe rate, and on and after May 16th the maximum freight rate for fertilizers on nil the roads In the State will be as follows: 5 miles and under .$ .00 per ton 30 miles and over 5.SO per tun 15 miles and over 10.1.00 per ton 20 miles and over 13.1.00 per ton 110 miles and over 20. 1.20 per ton tO miles nnd over 30.1.30 ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 28 April 1899

NEWS FROM RICHMOND AND~OTHER PARTcToF^^mX OUR RICHMOND HEWS LETTER Ono Thousand Delegates Expected at the Senatorial Conference, MR. C. B. JONES' ESTIMATE TClicu Ho Flmt Took Clmi-go or die lluronn 'I too WeelM Ago, Ilo Kx> peptett BOO Delegntcs,' but Knllin ?lnsm Una Increnar.it ? A itiniin KDllllllU Flailing? furty Will I.ciivp nielimond To?I>ny. {? u- ? I (Special to Virglnlan-Pllot.) Richmond, Va-, April 27.?Governor Tyler, Secretary of tbe Commonwealth Lawless and State Librarian S<t>U will go up to Middleton's Mills, iti Fluvana county, to-morrow on a Ashing excur? sion. The party will be a remarkable one in inoro ways than ono. That it will be distinguished the names given above indicate, and that they will have a good time everybody who knows the trcntlemcn feels assured. But it will be chiefly remarkable for the reason that of the three members of ihe party only one has ever before tackled tbe finny demizens of the river. Governor Tyler is a son of Virginia who ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 28 April 1899

THE WORLD OF SPORT f \ * * _ STANDING OF THE CLUBS. Won. Lost. Bcr Ct. St. Louis . 7 1 .Sir, Philadelphia. 8 4 .666 Boston . 7 4 .636 Brooklyn . 7 4 .6.10 Baltimore. 6 5 .645 Chicago. S 0 .r.:'.S Cincinnati . 0 0 .500 New York . 4 6 .400 Pittsburg. 2 6 .'-'0 Washington. 2 1? -1*1 Cleveland . 1 6 .143 BROOKLYN, 6; BALTIMORE. 2. New York, April 27.?The Brooklyi 3 made it three straight from Hie Orioles to-day, by superior all-around play. An error by Magoon let In two runs in the third, while Kelley's triple in the seventh, with two men on bases, clinch? ed the victory. Both Hughes and Mc Ginnlty pitched good ball, the former keeping the hits well scattered. The Baltimores had three men on bases in the ninth with one out. but tallied only once. Attendance, 3,100. Score by Innings: ILH.E. Brooklyn .0 0 2 1 0 0 3 0 x? 0 s 1 Baltimore .0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1?2 7 1 Batteries: Hughes and Kartell; Mc Ginnlty and Robinson. Umpires?-Gait nc-y and Andrews. Time?1:63. CHICAGO, 4: CINCINNATI, 3. Chic...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 28 April 1899

PORTSMOUTH LOCALTslEWS AND ADVERTlfiFMrMTQ CHRONICLES Tt OF INTEREST IS. - ! - Portsmouth, The Beautiful City f By the Sea. FOUND HERE AND THERE The x.ntenfi Happenings In Ilie Clly 4 and Connty Presented In I'onelio ^ Form For lbs Killllc.tiloii of Vir? gtnlan>PHot Heilder? Here nutl Flaevrbere ? Ooailp For Fcoplo , 'Jt nbo Desire to Itoep I'okted. ? ? ?Chief Frederick Wlersdrof will hold She annual inspection of the lire de? partment next nionduy night. Judge Portlock, In the County Court, granted thirty-six ll<|iior licenses yes terday. Mr. S. P>. Gills, who has conducted business In Norfolk for a number of years, has moved to the city, und will engage in business hi re. It is expected that serve es wiil be held for the first time In Central Mis? sion Sunday afternoon. May 7th, when Mr. Deudles, the pastor of Central Church, is expected t? pr< tch, and a Sunday school will !>?? organized. A party of young ladies and gentle? men, to the number of 20, are tu ranging ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 28 April 1899

PORTSMOUTH LOCAL NEWS AND ADVERTISEMENTS AFRICAN METHODIST CONFER? ENCE. Proceedings of the Second Day's Ses? sion of This llody. Rev. John H. Offer, one of the oldest colored preachers In Virginia, conduct-^ ed the devotional exercises at the open? ing of the second day's session of the Virginia conference of the African Methodist Episcopal Church In Ports? mouth yesterday. Bishop James A. Handy, D. D., presided. After colling the conference to order Secretary Holmes read the Journal and then called the roll, all the ministers being present. Rev. A. Ij. Cain's, after tie? opening stated that he desired to bring before the conference an important matter. He said that license had been granted to a man to open a saloon within a short distance of the colored public school, the only one in the city for the education of the negro boys and girls, and such a step would not prove ben? eficial to the race, and for that reason he thought that a halt should be call? ed. He asked that a committ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 28 April 1899

Review oe the Markets, Shipping News and RealIBstate Busing. FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL Stocks, Money, Exchange, Bonds, Grain, Cotton, Provisions, Etc. ? New York, April 27.?Stocks opened up this morning and after moderate fluctuations either way, slid oft below yesterday's prices. There were advices of crop damage, sterling exchange was strong at higher figures and call money was at the legal rate, six per cent., in the afternoon,, all of which combined to send prices off With a rush and the market closed weak, under pressure. The demand for money was incidental to Hie preparations of corporations to meet May disbursements, and then there was a disposition among traders to anticipate a possible Bqueeze In call money to-morrow, when loans carry over to Monday. There was moderate arbitrage buying for London account early and the traders also wer.' promi? nent buyers, but tho diminishing com? mission-house business prompted them to switch their position and sell for ill turn. The tradin...

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