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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 29 April 1899

^Iv,11111>1"""*"""*"""lr<"lrnTtl,">>l'? I IS Pages I I IN TWO PARTS. I TTTTTTTTTTTTTT ? '"TT! 111TTT1 * WEATHER FORECAST FOR TO-DAY ^ * NORFOLK AND VICINITY? Fair and warmer; fresh cast winds ?VTT*T?TT?TT7TTTTTTTTT?T?T?TTTTTTTTT.?TrT. ^TTTTTTT.T tTTTTT TTTTT5 VOL. Ill?NO. 25. NORFOLK, VA., SAT Uli DAY, APRIL 29, 1899?TWELVE PAGES. Till? KB CENTS PER COPY. LATEST NEWS OF THE WORLD BY TELEGRAPH AND CABLEl00^^^ FILIPINOS WILL SEEK PEACE General Luna's Staff Officers Visit General Otis. A FRUITLESS ERRAND ItcqucstcU by isnimil'in to Ask. l'or n ('?Million of llomlllt tea to Allow Tlmo For Kiimiiiouttii; Filipino Congress Wille!? Won Id I?ecl?lc WUcllicr i In- I'ooplo Wmitcil l'ouco. ?Oils Helme? to Kccnirtilze Fili? pino IJovcrnmont ? Another I*roc? iniiKiiiuii i.huii's UolU Diiob anil Ilusly llelronl ?Miort lint Stub born Fight. (By Telsgraph to Vlrgtanlan-PIlot.) Manila, April 2?.?4:25 a. in.?The Filipinos will seek peace. Colonel Manuel Arg...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 29 April 1899

THE) NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES THREE~AND FIVE LOST. TOST. ? BETWEEN CHURCH AND J Charlotte streets and Virginia Bench depot, two check*, payable to W. S. Price ,\> Co.. :ind seventeen dollars In currency. ! heral reward If left at Nl-SHAPM'S Or W. S. PlRICE Sc CO.. Bell's dock. One < heck for Sia.r'i: one cheek for ja.Wi: drawn by l^anuer Bros, -and Win. McCadden *t Co., Baltimore Md. Payment has been stopped on same. H i OST. ?PAIR OF GOLD RIMMED \J eye Klass;>s, on Main street, between Burrow's and Oractby. One dollar reward if returned to 223 Boush street, Norfolk. iip?7-"l ? _ WANTED. WA N t1b"?>7*^- LOCAL MANAGER for each State by largo reliable bouse. Absolutely no canvassing or travelling'. Salary $lf> per week; also ex? penses and commission. State age and reference. Address MANAGER, P. O. Box 1027. Philadelphia. Pa. np23-3t r> O? M WANTED. ? G1SNTLE M ?N ) and wife desire ulco room, west sldo preferred; sta-to...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 29 April 1899

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES TWO, THREE AND FIVE. WEATHER REPORT. Washington, D. C-, April 27, 1803. Washington, April 2S.?Weather fore caat for Saturday: Virginia?Fair Saturday and proba? bly Sunday; warmer Saturday; fresh easterly -winds. North Carolina?Fair Saturday and Sunday; fresh to east winds. NorlolU nuii Vleiiillr. WEATHER FORECAST FOR TO-DAY. Fair and warmer; fresh east winds. TEMPERATURE. RAINFALL. AND H l-'MIDITY. Maximum temperature . 62 Minimum temperature . 60 Normal temperature . 62 Departure fro normal .minus 6 Departure since Jan. 1st.minus 95 Rainfall in past 24 hours. Rainfall since Itst of month.1.95 Mean humidity . 98 CALENDAR. Sun rises at 6:13 a. in. and scte at 6:52 p. m. TIDES. Norfolk?High water, 11:27 a. m. and 12:00 p. m.; low water, 0:115 a. m. and 6:3?*, p. m. Ohl Point?High water. 1I:0G a. m. and 11:30 p. m.; low water, 5:14 a. m. and 0:15 p. m. DIED. HANCOCK1.?At S:4.r. a. m.. April 88, at hi? residence, BeaweH's Point. Norf1 Ik county, P. A. H'AlNC...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 29 April 1899

?BY THE? VIRGINIAN AND Pi El IT PUBLISHING COMPANY. LORFOLK VIRGINIAN AND DAILY PILOT. (Consolidated March. 189S.) Entered at the l'ostofrlce at Norfolk, "Vn.. aa second-class matter. OFFICE; IM HOT nUIHniNO. CITV HA EH AVENUE. NORFOLK, VA. OFFICERS: A. II. Grandy. President; W. S. Wilk? inson, Treasurer; Janus E. Allen, Sec? retary. BOARD OF DIRECTORS: A. H. Grandy L. D Starke, Jr.. T. W. Bhelton, R. W. Shuttle?. W. S. Wilkinson, James E. Allen, D. F, Donovan. Tit UK 11 VKJt r.n B'S'.Il COPT. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: The VIRGINIAN-PILOT '.h delivered to subscribers by carriers-, in No.-folk nnd vicinity. Portsmouth, Berkley. Surr West Norfolk. Newport News, for 10 cents |>er week payable to tho earrler. P-y mall, <u any place lit tha Untied States, pout.'ijv free": 1>AI|;V,?up yeiir - 6-v00 '* ?I? iiikiiCm M OO " tlifff ui.iui ;?? - - l.-jo mit? tumilli ? ? ? ?*?? ADVERTISING It ATES: Advertise, mcnts Ir.icrtco nt :'?<* rate or 7:> ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 29 April 1899

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES TWO, THREE AI^HVE Makes the food more delicious and whoSesome ?i*?????_mJSm 6AK"'n POWPCR c-?? \c^K- .,_ COURT DECISIONS. Notes of Cases Recently Decided, , Which are of Interest to Our People. . DIGESTED BY W- B. MARTIN. (Exclusively for Virginian-Pilot.) WILLIAMS V. BOARD EDUCATION. &c. Supreme Court of Appeals, West Va. November 1C, 1898. THE BOARD OF EDUCATION CAN? NOT DISCRIMINATE BETWEEN WHITE AND COLORED SCHOOLS IN THE SAME DISTRICT AS TO THE LENGTH OF TERM TO HE TAUGHT. A TEACHER OF A COLORED SCHOOL IS ENTITLED TO PAY FOR THE WHOLE TERM OF SER? VICE, ALTHOUGH Til E TERM OF HER SCHOOL WAS LIMITED TO A SHORTER TERM THAN WHITE SCHOOLS IN THE DISTRICT. SUCH DISCRIMINATION, BEING MERELY ON ACCOUNT OF COLOR, IS AGAINST LAW AND PUBLIC POLICY. Carrie Williams sued ihe defendant for three months' salary tor services as teacher Of the cob.red school of Cake ton. in Fairfax district. One of the de? fences was that the people of the dis? trict ha...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 29 April 1899

NEWS FROM RICHMOND AND" OTHER PARTT~?F~^GIMA. OUR RICHMOND NEWSLETTER Return of Capital City Troops From Cuba, CENTENNIAL CLOSES Celebration ,.r in? Fonudnllon or Method inn <'oucintioil - Kpworlb I.oncoo mm Missionary Her vices l'reporntlou? to Harness tlio Jnnirn Itlvcr-A Bold, Und Burglar \ Sinke? Huceoifiit Until. (Special to Virginian-Pilot.) Richmond, Va., April 28?The Rlch fcnontl troops who were in the Fourth Virginia Regiment readied homo to Bay. They were the members of Com? panies II and M (the Blues) ami twen? ty-six men of Company P (Suffolk), formerly of Company M, Third Rogl anent, who re-enlisted after being mus? tered out lust fall. The soldiers arrived bt ull hours and over all roads. The lirst detachment got In on the South? ern at 7:45 o'clock this morning. Tho tnon continued to arrive on various trains until 7 o'clock to-night, when the majority came In over the Seaboard Air Line. It had been the Intention to tender the boys a royal reception, but it ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 29 April 1899

THE NEWS FROM THE OLD NORTH STATE AND ITS CAPITAL RALEIGH NEWS AND GOSSIP A Savings Bank Organized at Durham. CALLED TO SAVANNAH Bev. A. A. I'riKlcn, l.nto Chnpliiln <>i the ft'lrsl Korlli Cnrollurt Ilejfl uient. Will Not Kcftirn 10 IlieMtate ? ltuunway 1Unrriugo in Winston? TIio Itlvnl Agricultural Hoards Again?The City'? Uau, Raleigh, N. C, April 28?The Citi? zens' Saving Dunk / of Durham lias been organized, and the books are now open for the subscription of stock. The bank is capitalized for $23,000. divided Into shares of $25 each, to be paid in installments of 10 per cent, each month until the amount subscribed is paid in. The oMccrs oC the bank will be elected at a meeting of the stockholders to be held May 10. Five thousand dollars of the capital stock bus already been sub? scribed. CALLED Tit SAVANNAH. Ttov. A. A. Pruden, late chunlnin in the First North Carolina Regiment of Volunteers, did not come home with boys, and It is understood that h&l...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 29 April 1899

An Ordinance, IMPOSING- TANKS ON PROPERTY, PERSONS AND LICENSES FOR THE PAYMENT OF INTEREST ON THE CITY DEBT, INCLUDING TILE SPECIAL WATER TAX. AND TO MEET THE GENERAL APPROP?IA ^TION3 FOR TIUO YEAR BEGIN? NING JULY" 1ST. 1S99. 1. Do 1t oaV.allied by tho Common nnd Select Councils ot the C.ty of Norfolk that no person shall engafcTO 1" any busl ne?a In tho said City of Norfolk, for which a license is required by tho laws of the Commonwealth, or the ordinances ot said olty, without llrst bavin;; applied for und olu.ili.ed such license, under penally of not less than twenty nor more than one *>indred dollars; and that for the year be? ginning on the 1st day of February, 1899, and I." each year thereafter, the laxe.-: on lands and lu-.s, persons, Incomes und oilier property snail be as toiiows: 2. Upon all lauds, wharves and lots and other improvements thereon and upon all personal properly of every description, except such real and personal property bia is exempted from tax...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 29 April 1899

THE NEWS FROM VIRGINIA CONTINUED FROM PAGE SYK PETERSBURG. r\ Beautiful and Fashionable Church Wedding. Nix* im Hi' v. Pleasants, Daughter ol Mnyor Jolin M. iMi-minin I.o?l to tho Mnrriiiiio Alter by Sir. Irvlit liliitf, ufUnlilmorc. Petersburg, Va.p April 2S.?Grace Episcopal Church was filled With a fashionable and brilliant assemblage yesterday afternoon at 5 o'clock to wit? ness tho marriage of Miss Mettle 8. Pleasants, second daughter of Mayor John M. Pleasants, and Air. Irvln Kins, of Baltimore; The wending service was one of the most beautiful as well as one of the most impressive that has taken place here in recent years. The decorations about Iho chancel and altar evidenced great care and taste. Palms, ferns, Powers and can dalebra were so arranged at to present a scene of artistic beauty and charm? ing effeel. Rev. John Itldout, rector ol the church, performed the ceremony, which united the couple. The services were mainly choral and extremely beautiful, the bridal and betr...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 29 April 1899

PORTSMOUfH LOCAL NEWS AND ADVERTlSEMFNTg OUR SOLDIER LADDIES ARRIVE The Old Dominion Guard Once More at Home. BIG RECEPTION TENDERED Welcomed by Martial [UimIc, Float? ing; Bnntlnff and Ntiouts or I'opa? Incs-Thoninudt or People Greet tin- Returning Heroes-Tlio II in qnrtn (irnnd Aflnlr mni Speechen Gem* of Oratory und I lion ^in. All day lone; yesterday, beginning at S o'clock In the gunning, people began to prepare for the reception of the Old Dominion Guard, Portsmouth's repre? sentatives in the United States army of occupation in Cuba. The Naval Post band was the first to be seen on the Ftreets in uniform, and was quickly fol? lowed by members of Grimes' Battery. Then ladies and gentlemen nnd chil? dren appeared, all dressed in their best "bib and tucker," and from tho bright innocent faces of the babies to the ?wrinkled cheeks of our most venerable citizen, the smile of genuine pleasure, Indicative of eagerness to welcome our Portsmouth boys, as soldiers who had performed their...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 29 April 1899

PORTSMOUTH LOCAL NEWS ARD fl D V EKTISEMiS TS. _Continued._ 1 ANOTHER LEADER ! Mo^ral Blue9 ? You cannot get as good a suit elsewhere for $10.00. Perfect in fit, finish and fashion. We have them in both Single and Double Breasted. See them at the NEY* YORK CLOTHING CO., tTHE LEADING HOUSE OF PORTSMOUTH ) SJl^fc Hit?;lx Street - Portsmouth, Va. We keep everything that can usually be found in a First-class Clothing and Furnishing Goods Mouse. Sec onr new styles of Straw Hats. u The Cutest thing that Ever Happened tt IS A Waverly Bicycle I 140.00 is the Price. We have the best line of Wheels, and the best prices and terms W. N. WHITE, _PORTSMOUTH, VA. A HINT TO NEW BEGINNERS! We furnish a house complete at a price so low that will surprise you. We have a large variety of Golden Oak Bedroom, Parlor and Dining Room Suits, Carpets, Matting and Rurs. We sell for cash or credit, so don't hesi? tate to come and make vour selection. 6VB. M. CROCKIN, 609-11 Crawford St. THE BEST MADE (W. ?t J....

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 29 April 1899

Review oe the Markets, Shipping News and Real Estate Business. REYEIW OF MARKETS j FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL Stocks, Money, Exchange, Bonds, Grain, Cotton, Provisions, Etc. Now York, April 28.?Irregularity per? vaded to-day's dealings on the Stock Exchange, and the temper of. the mar? ket was extremely professional, result? ing in irregular net changes, with losses predominating. ? London traded both ways and coin mission house business was on a heav? ily restricted scale. Traders were dis? posed to let stocks go in anticipation of an unfavorable bank statement to? morrow, and one of the large operators changed tactics and took the bear side. Forecasts of the bank statement are usually unreliable, but brfnk reports for the week seemed to indicate a loss in cash on all accounts of nearly 83,800,000. Anaconda Mining lluctuated widely, ending with a net gain of nearly 3 points on the announcement of the large copper combination. Silver Cer? tificates sold at 65 at one time, the highest ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 30 April 1899

?"iiiiiunuiiuiiiaianmiiiiiuiiumii r'iuiuuijjji.iuim. WE?TKE? FORECM 1 NORFOLK 3 Fair ana 3tmm mttttttttttttttttVi VOE. III. NO. 2(5. NORFOLK, VA., SUNDAY, AP1UL 00, 181H). TWHNTV' F..UJBS TIIKEE CENr LATEST NEWS OF THE WORLD BY TELEGRAPH AND CABLE } =-=a CONTINUED {jj, PAGE 6. ?guinaldo's Envoys Again Confer With the Americans, (PROPOSITSONS REJECTED Colonel Arguclcso 111 iml rnleil I lie Mnlu)'? Hiilniclylnt U'nrUx.Getioi-nl Ott? Declines i?> Gritnl Cess siion <>i iloMlllll??, but I'KinstMxl i/uii Amucaty on snrrcmlcr-WiWiilnir ;, ton odloinln ?rntifibti Witt? ibi? Jti'DtV- London Junta ifr?cTlircs I lie ?criiilaiIon? Were Cuofllelul In Chnraeter? Co u U I116ms Vre vI o u?l y Fro|to?c<la fBy Telegraph to Ylrglnlnn-Pilot.) Manila, April 29.?H I*. M.?Tin; con? ference tu-ilay between General Otis and Colonel Manuel Arguclose and Lieutenant .lose Bonlal, who came from General lama under a Hag of truce yes? terday,'to ask for a cessation of h...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 30 April 1899

I, N?WS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES TWO THREE FIVE AND EIGHT. TO COOK AND twit usefup around the 1,1 Brown avenue, Bram ?V^__i1 -?AR-TKi?SR\: TO lip Y it; in u. paying- business. L; ?3,ooo. tAddre*? c c. Hot office, v ? ap30-3t? -THiTAt>i>R-B?9 of CKIX ^ho keep!* a cook shop in r,5'Jj!3. brother. .'MARY la nm ggjly'eerr street, T' ? if _? -BOY ABOUT K, a~n o IKt-Ula VENICE, S'S3 Holt street. 8& -NAMES Of RUPTU KU I) Iple. We euro rupture fr-, c ( t our method..- Dr. spe1rs, tifi jab Westbiook, Me. fTmtt?, C? d. ? loca l m,\ n a i; !?: i ?: Jxvich State by ' large reliable Kbsointely np canvassing ?' or R'-Siilnry $15 per .Week; also cx ?1. cotumfr.iion. ?* State a;;. Vt&ddress MANAGER, P. o. gta^gjpl'ia. Pa- _ ap.\i-:;t WANTED. ? GENTLEMAN ife desire nice rot.m, west .-?Je istaio terms by tho wetli; room twfopletely furnUhnd. Add:-, si '^rHtVan-Eilit't.' an:!' 7? sb Vera r, t5?~\ FTf n-'ns Freemason street, with o. MO, ftpLH-:'.!* l&...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 30 April 1899

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGEvS TWO, THREE FIVE AND EIGhI WEATHER BiE PORT. ^ Washington, D. C..' April 29.?Fore? cast for Sunday: Virginia and North Carolina?Fair 6nd warm Sunday and probably Mon uy; fresh south to southeast winds. Norfolk ?im Ttclnttr? , I .-WEATHER FORECAST FOR -tCV DAY. ? Fair and warmer; light- southeast itrlhdjs [TEMPERATURE. RAINFAL.li AND \ HUMIDITY. April 2Dth. 1899. {Maximum temperature.? 73 Minimum, temperature. 52 Normal temperature . 60 Departure from normal .plus 2 Departure since Jan. 1st.minus 96 Rainfall in past 24 hours. 0 Rainfall since 1st of month.1.95 Wean humidity ,.? 90 ii -i . . CALENDAR. ' ~l ; pun rises, C:ll a. m.; sets, 6:53 p. m. - / TIDES. ? . ' Norfolk: High water, 0:02 a. m., 12:27 p. m. Low water, 6:30 a. in., 6:36 p. m. Old Point: High water, 11:41 a. m., 12:06 p. m. Low water, 6:09 a, m., 6:16 p. m. Ill KD. BROUGHTON'?Departed from this lfe ?.t, the residence of her husband. No. 323 uvou -h street, at 2:35 p. m. yesterday, April 28....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 30 April 1899

JfrnLoiNa. mrout^ va. OFFICERSt dy, President; w. s. Wflk ter; James E. Allen, Hee ID OF DIRECTORS: ?3.V. u. ?.- Starke, Jr.. T. w. ST. aiuil?ce. W. B. Wilkinson, - I>. F. Pphovan._ ; CK-Ti r.H l'JKK oui'Y. mpti?n rates: ..-JIAN-PIIjOT Is detlverca to by carrier* In No, folk nn.l smooth. Berkley. Suffolk. oiA, NoWport News, for 10 ?eck pjyabl?'. to the carrier. ?-Jfifcny place In tho United ? pastes r free: "ilii* jntr - ss.no }li inooilto ? 3.00 i Ihre? naonttis - ? I..10 epoiiiiiiitii ? ?. ? .?O "V.RT'JBING KATES: Aaverllsc jtuertec nt tho rate of 75 cents a ftfal Insertion:-cacti subsequent V-le cents, or 50 cents, when ln JJvery Other Day. Contractors uro JWfld to oxcecd their space or e.d ^Cth-r then-their lecltl.nato bus ftfcept by paying especially for the .'. Notices tnvarlnbiy K cents per insertion. Each subsequent ln J5 cents. uloye or tbe Vlrgtnlan-Pliot I'nb mpatiy is authorized to contract ?tloti in the name of the com "to inaho purchases In the ne.nie lime, ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 30 April 1899

.THE- NEWS OF NORFOLKON"PAGES^ TW07tHREE FIVE ?ND EIGf COURT DECISIONS. Notes of Cases Recently Decided, Which are of Interest to Our People. digested by w- b- martin. (Exclusively for Virginian-Pilot.) FIRST NATL. RANK OF CUMBER? LAND V. PARSONS. Supreme Court of Appeals, "West Va. IF A CREDITOR SURRENDER A LIEN HE HAS UPON THE PROP? ERTY OF THE! PRINCIPAL DEBT? OR, THE SURETY IS RELIEVED FROM THE DEBT TO THE EX? TENT OF THE VALUE OF THE PROPERTY, BUT IF THE SURE? TY IS NOT INJURED BY SUCH SURRENDER HE IS NOT DIS? CHARGED FROM THE DEBT. MERE INDULGENCE TO DEBTOR, WITHOUT A BINDING CONTRACT RASED ON A VALUABLE CON? SIDERATION, WILL NOT DIS? CHARGE SURETY. There were a number of questions In this case of no general Interest. As to whether the action of the creditor in a former suit bad released the surety, the court says: It is said that the former opinion in this case decided that the plaintiffs, by their consent, released the personal de? cree against Burrltt, and thereby re? lease...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 30 April 1899

Batest ' telegraph news7 " contin?ed "from first page. V.-om Firet Page.) rtlfirl PfJUfe?roh to Manila, i-ttiat the.squadron lnterfer Urily With , the Aineiiean e Zeitung alleges that this was due io direc t instiue Emperor; ?Wtlllum. Kv- n Sount .to*the fact that th Ztdtuhgc the main organ tor, the dominant patty in Ig. has ttn urilole agreeing (ircgnlng statement nn<l eon following-, mysterious pns WANTS:i'-COALINC. STA? TION., S it woe;qu$ to negnllailons tpf ', lev tunny, hi order to oi> Mhle, a coaling station in the (Athdt a hum her of our ves Bent to Manila. If this pio a.eofi'ecL those who sent in? to Von i)l<-drl<:lis without ;ge of tlte Foreign Ollice re Sr tCfisorfV: The Foreign (>f ico he?n C?gagetl >?> reinody [ftler, and has Succeeded with government, hut not y. people of the United States, as Slttrt incident again demon jwoe-tof thin Editorial article Is jlEtl by the fact that th" ptipei fjh ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 30 April 1899

DEWEY DAY AND THE BATTLE OF MANILA BAy! That Admiral Dcwey is the Idol of | the American people Is now receiving fresh confirmation from the fact that j WUCh a clamor is being made for the 08- ; lablishment of May I as "Dcwcy day." j Several of our stales have already de aided to nuike the anniversary of the' battle or Manila a legal holiday, and it is not Improbable that the American : small boy of the future will soon start savins up his pennies about the middle I of April for fireworks for "Dewey day." Kurl? 1st of May for years to eeme-j nnecdotcs will be told of the admiral nnd his adventures, but one of the most appropriate will always be that one of j Dcwey's lirst taste <>f gunpowder. There was a pile <>f i"^s in the Dew- ; eys' i>ack yard ;;i Montpcller, und oni day George k<>( Ik>t?t of a powderhorn and decided t" have a celebration. He and his chums bored a hole In one >&...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 30 April 1899

IT h Told a,ne aecU IC HlK'rcu lie tp 1**8^?-the Ninu iuiinii- Xdilincs' 1.? up iuil Uta Stcucuc. iprtl 21,?Tom' Spellman. |n the Cotton Belt route, ?Ong after hard work te'el oh the western end J'h'story of the destruc .1; Raphael Semmes' bal . i,";i>y the ivearsnrge in F/the coaat of France, in ?annel. Spellman is in year. He shipped on ^iri'a-^a? cabin boy when she M'S^cr to the agents of Ad flntfia'at Barkenhead, Eng., by 'is-oti--August 20th, 18(32. Mr. jfroblfc la a genuine "old salt." is^rlptlbn of ' the Alabama, ?rlui&ne- existence.nlloat with u of'the. Confederate navy at Wib was tho t(-'rro1' /the:shipping of the Cnited the Alabama was bulli in the .d. at Bh'kenhead, under the fdehcy'-of Captain Janu s I >. If'.'the Confederate navv. She 3nyae'.'.riggod, wlih a maxl l oT fifteen knots, which w as t (hat period. She went with r?ta'steam, or both. Her en OO-hOVse-power with a run iratuB. Eifent/Jf the Alabama o..n p?BJ;dtoly 100-pounder rill...

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