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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 30 April 1899

H WT^^FLF C^l~^/^t%C' STARTLING STATEriENTS OF FACTslB LnYY dK?o. dress goods: silks, wash 1 A Mammoth Stock far below the average Prices, of any other-store. Monday will be a day, Ion?- remembered in Norfolk's shoprji this Busy Store. Silks, Dress Goods, Crepons, Wash Stuffs, Muslin Underwear, Hosiery and numerous other goods, in many instances abi regular prices. Read of the Wonderful Bargains, and Visit our Store. H 50c. Startling Silk Prices Monday. 50c. OUR SILK WONDERS KEYER CEASE. This week's silk offerings -.ire the most startling ever yet offered. Silks to please the most fastidious. 50C. 69 pieces Corded Check and Stripe Wash Habutai Silk, the real imported op.es. SOc 27-inch line Jap Silks, Cream. White, Black, Turquois, Lt. Blue, Pink, Helio, Navy, Red, Yellow and Green. This is best Jap Silk value ever shown*in America at 50c. 50C 24"'n- Soft Finish Surah Silk, all colors and Black, guaranteed the regular dollar quality. 50C? 20 Pieces Pure Silk Swiss Taffetas, all colo...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 30 April 1899

iScm Purchased nml fan* ^en in Xto finipioy. oOK'aaiixinc on tlio S??rt ol tUe NcnlionrilN ;?'-! Ituiuoi-s fractU rdAAJr Line Will' push the y'''?WUrtirg- -and Carolina |'!Ridgcway Llr.k," as it ivn, to; completion. A gi.wc-lve freight cars, jitnn four cars of nia t;ay construction iin ??yestorday nt Itidsic mjgy.ef tho Seaboard's BfA .Ml i ii 'e on the ron f(Richmond, Petersburg BUjjroad, and this is the mi yf construction farce iitiisr the ' new contract i'ib'to. by Mr. J. Skelton jjft&l'deht of the Sca ,1? for the construction fd-. Xrpm Richmond to i?mUvi' 1st. ifriuo.hck, an associate 1 ;th'/ contractor of the fch, Gu., now, where he fculos./ Tho train load B>j\Vay yesterday is th" 5r, tClunefick will pur S$Jfi. .All, jand Cues.- will Tat oJce [alone; v.triou s [the Mr:p, Wi&rK worUj is to l.?e Iforcv Of iften la already at ly ready to/-Begin work. Sub Bors h'ive bioil 'Selected tor the Itlon tlia. read at Various Wig (Tie rojuf.e.. Mr. lt. IV ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 30 April 1899

the: news erom the" old north state and its capital! RALEIGH NEWS AND GOSSIP Court Decides in Favor New Board of Agriculture. COES TO SUPREME COURT Tlio I'eiiltoiillur.V IllructorM Hold nn Important Mooting ? Niilurlcn lie duccd mid ?Mlicc? AliollQlied- I lie Jim Crow Clirl.nw?I'lioSlulo Char tits Two Tcu-piioito Cnuipnnlea und n Itriflc mid Vila I'nclory. Raleigh. >?'? April 29.?Judge fir?wn on yesterday decided in favor of Iho now members of tiro Board of ?Agriculture in their suit for mandamus to o impel the old members to permit thorn to take part In tho proceedings of the Board ami to exercise the pow? ers, duties ami functions of members. Tho decision was given Immediately af? ter the close of argument at noon. The papers In th" ease were printed yesterday afternoon and it. was docket? ed ?n the Supreme Court this morn? ing. ? Judge Brown,at the close of argument ye: terdny, said: "This Is simply a question of law nml the court has been favored with a more extended ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 30 April 1899

:Chl Ceti na: in aiomiiur ii> with ?inpoiltlon field for nerica and bgement, Is eceived by the.Treas ,U the pop jiid the fact Jtid manu maklng lie in South Countries . Argentine jfcased from |,SS)?.000 in Ascd from 000 in ISM; |dom, from in lSUC; which in fro 11.210,000 .ISpG of e.Ny initia? ls by eoun | to Argen jSjSSG, were "A state ling to the gard to the De exploits illt. is wor 111 is clear frnany rea , American irlures of a t inn. slml rench. One fates is the [JaIs: cotton, not have It can pro fcas Europe . merchan Sresuits. It American [themselves Detent per of ' the ^plant their lealer may fs and cus all ncces tlie trade losign, col Kry has Its thich vary, is given lions from {From Eng (j> tiles ore ic\ thread, some oth price than iglish), the h by con iff the. mate wjfand great I-'something, pcan goods, ifcs known, $it for gen inufacturc ing a case f<-irtp' sale returned Ide for the In that lo at Hie per? il] have the :B of Para they are ......

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 30 April 1899

REPUBLIC OR EMPIRE ? (Vir- Bryan and Others Write a . Book, Tlie Spanish-American war has ln vi lyetl the people of the United states In the discussion, t>t a question entire? ly new to the present genrntlou, a <iucs tlon oi such va>vt importance that Its lihal settlement will form an epoch in the history of the nation. The treaty oi' peace, now concluded, provides for the rellhqulshment by Spain of sover? eignty over Cuba anil also for the ces? sion of Portu llico ami the Philippine Islands to the United States. The President has assured the peo? ple of Cuba that the only purpose of our government is to establish a sta? ble ami Independent government upon the Island. The recognition or the light of the people lo independence relegates the Cuban Question to a. mat? ter or detail. The people of Porto ttico seem to desire annexation to the United States, and since that island is a part of tlie western hemisphere and of great strategic advantage to this...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 30 April 1899

END OF THE CENTURY The Argument of General Ph. Schuyler. JBnde. * Hundred Tenra Ago-In a Letter to Hit ?mtghlor ?? l~9f> He iiiicumm the Qiitiatlon lliut la Kon In Coutroveray. (New York Herald.) Editor of the Herald: The date of the beginning of the twentieth century having aroused much discussion, the following elucida? tion of the problem, written In 1799 by my greut-grandfather. General Philip Schuyler. to his eldest daughter, may be of interest. .KATHARINE SCHUYLER BAXTER. Oswego, N. Y.. Jail. 21, 1899. Albany, Feb. 11, 1799. JMy Beloved Angelica: Since my letter to you on the con? troversy relative to the termination of the present century it has occurred to me that an Investigation of the subject from mere abstract deductions would not be comprehended with so much facility as when elucidated by a dia? gram, In which the sense, of sight might be brought to aid the mental reasoning. I have projected the en? closed, which, with such observations thereon nJnd such conc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 2 May 1899

Mul""M?tiiiiiiiiiiiiiuuiiiuuiirixiiuu. 1 3.?5 ]IPo.j???s I i IN TWO PARTS, t TTTf ?TTTTTTTTTTTTTTMTTiliiTTTI? V",||lliliii,m,lli'"lllliinllMJ|nil.lill"?"-"""U"f 3 ? WEATHER FORECAST FOR TO-DAY NORFOLK AND VICINITY? Fair and warmer: brisk southwest winds. * r? T ??t'-..i.,?..TiT...T..*?'Tf*'...'.?f'fTTlff*..TTTT?ttl VOL. [II-T*2sro. 27. ?OBFOLK, VA., TUESDAY, MAY 2, 1890?TWELVE PAdES. Til K K B CENTS PETl COPY. LATEST NEWS OF THE WORLD BY TELEGRAPH AND CABLE." THE YORKTOWN BOAT CREW Ten of the Fifteen Members Ac? counted For. FATE OF FIVE IN DOUBT No AitvlccH I mm Otis SI nee Saturday Concerning Conditions lit llio I'liill|t|>lucN? I'rcililent Sliiirmnii, of Ilm CoiiimlNHloii, ltc|iori* on tlotifcroticcllot wcou llint Itoily mill A a ii i ii i\i ilo'i IteprcNCiif nilvc?-Cn> pnclly or Filipino* For NelfrUov eminent nn tlinlelcriiilneil (Mm i. 11 i>ii l;x in i imen i lu l'rogreaM ut homo J*olu(?, (By Telegraph to Virglnlan-Pllbt.) ?Washington, May 1.?Th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 2 May 1899

THE, NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES THREE AND FIVE. LOST._ LOST. - WREATH PIN. BLUE ?enamel forgot-tne-not, between Gran l>y nnd' Church streets. Howard If left at Virgln'an-Pllot otlicc, City Hall avenue. my2-3t -f "I OST. ? SATURDAY AI'TEttNOON, J -i April 20. a gold medal, with the words '?.June, on the bapk, and 0:1 the fare the word ?'Music." Reward If returned to W. P. OSBOUXK. Virginian-Pilot otllee. It_ _ WANTED. AGENTLEMAN DESIROUS OP OO Inr Int.* a good paying business, would i.!;o to secure as a silent or active partner < gentleman with means. Address L. NO. 2, this of lice. ' my--lw* WANTED.? A WOMAN TO COOK and assist In house wrk. MUS. ST ON KM A X. corner Front and 2d streets, Atlantic City. my2-::t* WANTED?FOR .11 i.Y ROOMY COT lage hi Ocean View. Furnished pre? ferred, state location, size and terms. B. P. K.. care YTrgtnlan-Pllot. ap::o WANTED?A PAirr.NKR TO BUY half Interest in a paying business. CepMul required 18,000. Address ?'. c., euro VIrglnl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 2 May 1899

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES THREE FIVE AND SIX. WEATHER REPORT. Washington, D. C, May 1.?Forecast for Tuesday: ' Virginia?Partly cloudy and con? tinued warm Tuesday; showers And cooler Wednesday; brisk southerly winds. North Carolina?Fair Tuesday, in? creasing cloudiness Weduesday; fresh cast to southeast winds. Norfolk null Vlclnltr. ?WEATHER FORECAST FOR TO? DAY. Fair and warm; brisk southwest! winds. TEMPERATURE RAINFALL AND HUMIDITY. May 1st, 1S99. Maximum temperature . S3 Minimum temperature . r<7 Normal temperature . 02 Departure from normal .plus 8 Departure since January 1st..minus 87 Rainfall in past 24 hours. 0 Rainfall sWe 1st of mouth. 0 Mean humidity . 7? CALENDAR. Sun rises, 5:09 a. m.; sets, 0:35 p. m. tiers. Norfolk: High water. 2:07 a. in., 2:42 p. in. Row water, S:;in a. ru., S:fi"i p. in. Old Point: High water, 1:40 a. in., 2:21 p. m. Row water. S:0'J a, in.; S-.:i4 p m._ mi'.n. MCTT? In this olty, at the residence No. 10 Walke sir. et. Monday, May 1st...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 2 May 1899

r VIRGINIAN - PILOT. \' ?BT THE? (VIRGINIAS AND PIL.OT PUBLISHING COMPANY. tORFOLK VIRGINIAN AND DAILY PILOT. _(Consolidated March. 1S98.) ??> Entered at the Postofllco at Norlolk, '? IVa., as second-class matter. OFFICE: PIIXJT BUILDINO. CITY HALL AVENUE. norfolk, va. OFFICERS: -A. H. Grandy. President: W. S. Wilk? inson, Treasurer; Janice E. Allen, Sec? retary. BOARD OF DIRECTORS: A. H. Grandy. L. D Starke, Jr., T. W. Bhelton, lt. W. Shultlce.-W. S. Wilkinson, J.uncs F.. Allen, D. Donovan. TilKKB CBMTM l'KK COl'T. subscription rates: Tho VIRGINIAN-PILOT Is fleMvereCl to subscribers by carriers in No.-rolk and Vicinity. Portsmouth, Berkley. Suffolk. lAAest Norfolk, Newport News, for 19 cents per week payable to ttie carrier. I'y mall, to nny ?laco In the United b tat es. postage free: ) S>All.lf, ouc your - - - S.VOO " Klx III oil III* ... .T.0O " lb reo mouth* - . I..10 " one mniilli m, m m ..10 ADVERTISING RATES: Advertise? ments insertra at the rale of 75 c...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 2 May 1899

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES THREE FIVE AND SIX. COURT DECISIONS. Notes of Cases Recently Decided, Which are of Interest to Our People, DIGESTED BY W- B- MARTIN. (Exclusively for Virginian-Pilot.) AD KINS V. GLOBE FIltE INS. CO. Supreme Court of Appeals, West Vic November 30, 1898. IN SUIT AGAINST A CORPORATION TIIIO RETURN <>X THE SUMMONS SHOWING SERVICE ON ITS AT? TORNEY IS BAD, UNLESS IT SHOW THAT HE IS THE ATTOR? NEY APPOINTED TO ACCEPT SERVICE OP PROCESS FOR THE COMPANY. ACCEPTANCE OP SERVICE BY THE ATTORNEY IN SUCH A CASE IS HAD IF IT IS SIGNED BY HIM IN? DIVIDUALLY AND NOT AS AT? TORNEY. This was an action of assumpsit upon a policy of lire insurance by AUUins and Shoemaker against the Globe Fire in? surance Company, The defendant not appearing in defense, a Jury tried tho case, und found a verdict for the plain? tiffs, on which tho court entered Judg? ment. Afterwards, during the term, the defendant appeared, and moved for a new trial, but tho court ref...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 2 May 1899

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES THREE, FIVE AND SIX BRIEF ITEMS OF 1HTEREST. Mr. P. IT. C. Cabcll, of Richmond, Spent Sunday very pleasantly in Nor? folk. Mr. Lewis P. Llvorwrlght, of 1 lamp Ion, was hero Sunday visiting friends. A gentleman arrived In Norfolk yes? terday and informed the Vlrglnlan-PI lot that Grove Avenue Baptist Church, of his city, in a large meeting Sunday, unanimously called Rev. .1. 13. Haw? thorne, I). D., t<> the pastorale at a sal? ary ot ?:i,500 yearly. Mr. Glrard 1*. Dadman, of Lowell. Mass., arrived here yesterday on ti>'? steamer Fairfax and spent the day With Mr. .lohn Hill, and was shown the oily until time to leave for Balti? more. Mr. Dadman I? clerk to the Hoard of Aldermen, and was well pleased with his short stay In our city. Mr. Albert Oerst. of Danville, is in the city to-day looking after his bus? iness Interests here. Mr. .lames A. Schultz and wife, of Qrcensburg, Pa., were in Norfolk yes? terday, Stopping at the...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 2 May 1899

NEWS FROM OLD NORTH STATE AND ITS CAPITAL RALEIGH'S DAILY NEWS BUDGET The City Once Adopted the Spanish Colors. A CHANCE WAS ORDERED Jlcrcnftcr llio Colors Will Ilo Red nml TCliito I.t>tcnd of lied mnl Teltow ? Imp! ?vi in in i lion ili to Ito Voted V'jmmi ? lllllllnry ?.issium Issued?Pi.rclinso of I'm nn by the Kioto?Cruelty Clinrncd, Raleigh, X. C, May 1.?It may not be g Morally known, but it Is a fact, never theles, that once upon a time the city of Raleigh adopted as its colors the Spanish flag, that is, red and yellow. Why this was done no one can explain. The city was named for Sir Walter Raleigh, tlio foe of lite Spaniards, by whose Influence lie was led to the block Anally and beheaded, yet strange to say this city adopted the colors of his ene? mies. This mistake was, however, rem? edied Saturday night. H came UP In connection with the proposition to appoint a committee to no to Wilmington to meet tho cruiser Raleigh, A motion had been adopted authoris? ing the m...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 2 May 1899

NEWS FROM RICHMOND AND OTHER PARTS OF VIRGINIA RICHMOND NEWS AND GOSSIP Richmond Veterans Will Help Norfolk to Win. THE NEXT REUNION Tb? Ballone Kaunas Colonel Fnnalon a Kinsman of Virginia's Oo??rnor ?Tbl Formation or Military Com? panlea Will Be Anlhorlzcd-Many Callers at lb* Slay t'onforcnoo Hcndqoarlcrs, (Special to Vlrglnlan-Pllot.) Richmond, Va,, Slay 1.?It is under? stood that the Confederates of Rich? mond Will do all possible to aid Nor? folk in her efforts Lo secure the next Confederate reunion. A letter has been received here from a Norfolk veteran asking the assistance or the camps of this city. There seems every reason to believe that It will be heartily civen By reason of it being the oldest Con? federate camp in the world. Lee Camp has grcnt Influence in Confederate cir? cles, and by reason of belnp located In I Richmond nil the camps of this city are quite influential. TMIO GOVERNOR'S KINSMAN. The fuet that Colonel Funston, of the Twentieth Kansas, who Is the ac know...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 2 May 1899

A HORRIBLE GIFT Piece of Human Flesh Sent to Dr. Broughton* Accompanied by a I.oiicr From I'nl ?uocio, Gn., Wanting? Mini to I.onv? Atlanta In Nix I?n?? ? Will Stand III? Gronud-Tnblunele Itnninircd. Rev. Dr. Len. G. Brougbton, pastor of the Tabernacle Bautlst Church, At? lanta. Ga., Is well and favorably known In this section, having conducted re? vival meetings at Freemason Street and Park Avenue Baptist Churches, In this city, and In Portsmouth. Therefore, anything concerning him not only possesses interest for the people not only of Virginia, but of Elastern North Carolina, where he was born and reured. Last Tuesday Dr. Brougbton received In Atlanta, through the mail, a pack? age purporting to come from a com? mittee of Palmetto citizens, containing a piece of the llcsh Of Sum Hose, and a letter of warning, notifying the minis? ter that he would be given six days in which to leave the city. i>r. Brougb? ton Is highly Indignant at having re? ceived the package and says...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 2 May 1899

RORTSMOUTH LOCAL NEWS AND ADVERTISEMENTS CHRONICLES .OF INTEREST Portsmouth, The Beautiful City By the Sea. f7 :_ FOUND HERE AND THERE Tti* Latest Uapponlnc? In the City nnd County Presented lu Concise Form for tbo fdlflcnf ton of Vir? Ctiilan?Pllot Itendora Hero nnd flNCWlioro ? i-'OMslp for I'ooplc U no Desire to Keep Pooled. The attention of liquor dealers is called Id Hie ad. announcing that there ?will he n meeting of the Liquor Dealers' Association of Portsmouth and Norfolk this afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. The Rev. Francis L. Patton. D. D., li.lt. 1).. addressed a large and appre? ciative audience at First Presbyterian Church Sunday. He preached an able discourse from the text: "But he could not be hid," which can be found In the 24th verse of the 7th chapter of Mark. Dr. Pat ton Impressed his hearers as a. man of earnest "thought and deep re? search. The Ladies" Memorial Association of Portsmouth has changed the date of Memorial Day for this city from May 2Cth to May 19th. Tho...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 2 May 1899

PORTSMOUTH LOCAL NEWS AND ADVERTISEIvrE^S 300 Choice Park View Lots On the following desirable streets: Hatton, Holliday, Web? ster. Cook. Owen, Chestnut, North, A, B, Ann. Leckie, Vil lia, Naval, Bay and Linden avenue. We can sell these lots at a bargain if sold at once. Park View has all the improvements to make an ideal home, and you will never regret buying. Money to loan for building purposes cither on monthly payments or straight for S years at 6 per cent, interest, paya? ble seini-annually. easoottnesfto REAL ESTATE AND LOAN AGENTS, No. 410 Crawford Street - - Portsmouth, Va. HLL READY C0R?ECT STYLES I}1 SPRRIS SUITS JOST FOR WW! Our reputation for well made clolhing at popular low prices is firmly established to be the best in quality, the latest in style and the excellent in tailoring.' REMARKABLE OFFFPS/ Fancy Cheviot Sad; Suits, all-wool, S7.-I5. worth glo.OO. Blue Serge, round or square cut, all-wool, S7?O worth $10.00, single or double breasted. Gassimere Trousers, larg...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 2 May 1899

Review of the Markets, Shipping News and- Real Estate Business. FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL StocKs, Honey, Exchange, Bonds, Grain, Cotton, Provisions, Etc. New York, May 1.?The market to-day suffered severely from general liqui? dation and eonildent operations by the bears. The passage of the Ford fran? chise tax bill early unsettled the mar? ket because of the weakness displayed by the stocks most concerned. Sup? porting orders by parties largely iden? tified with various properties und cov? ering by the shorts, steadied the mar? ket for a wliile and some recoveries occurred. A renewal of large offerings brought prices down in a sonil-demoral ized fashion, and the closing was ai the lowest for practically all stocks. Stop loss orders were met in a variety of stocks, and the pressure continued to the end. The pronounced strength In sterling exchange aroused an expectation In some quarters of exports of gold, but although opinion as to the probability of this was divided, there were eno...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 3 May 1899

^uu mixnixrmxn m nnmnuunnui ou 3 IN TWO PARTS, f TTrTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTtrTTTTT TTTTi UltTTlT? VOL. Ill?NO. 28. NORFOLK, VA., WEDNESDAY, MAY :j, 1899--TWI r< i m n KnuimiuitiMimtninrrtiiwiimrn , WEATHER FORECAST FOR TO-DAY 3 ?? ": ;. I NORFOLK AND VICINITY? 3 Fair and warmer; stationary tem 3 perature; fresh east winds. ? TTT ?TTTTTTTTITTTTTT TTTTT PAU-ES. THREE CENTS PER COPY. LATEST NEWS OF THE WORLD BY TELEGRAM AND CABLE.}^ir.ZZ Redeemed From Republican Rule by Good Majority. HAYES iS NOW MAYOR His [(mining Mule*. Miipwittl Wll III or, For >'it will cut <>t Nccoml Brimcli oi 4 iuiiicM, nml James II. hm 11 h. For Comptroller, Win? Democrat* uui control itotii ?Imiir.liPN-FlrNl Election llciu Fu? ller Nni Funrler ? Republic tiis Niirpi iM ii by Itcmill or Contest, (By Telegraph to Virginian-Pilot.) Baltimore, Mtl., -May 2.?Oho of the most .-xritins campaigns in the history of Baltimore city resulted to-day in a Democrnllo landslide; Thom...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 3 May 1899

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES THREE AND FIVE. Ii LOST. ? A GOLD WATCH AND chain. Finder will be suitably re? warded If returned -to 13 Grigsby Place. lt?_ OST. ? YESTERDAY ON* CHURCH street. Lady's Rink Evening Shawl with frlnire. Rewarjcl tf returned to BS9 Central avenue, Huntersvtllo. It* OST. ? SATU HD AY AFT 10 H N OON, April 29 a fold medal, with the words "June, 1S!?7,'' on ihe bS'Hc, and on the faee the word "Music." .Reward if returned to W. P. OSBORNE. Ylrglnlan-Pllot olllce. It _ WANTED. WANTED.?SMART G1RG TO As? sist dressmaker. Apply Imme? diately HI No. IM Rute strei t. It \ n t bd. ? an EXPERIENCED cunvascr to sell bouse furnishing goods on time. Write to II. busman furn itu RE CO., Washington, N. C. my3-3t '_ Jjy XPER1bnokd b ag l-:"s la d y 11 wanted at ?'-'t church street. m. WEINBERG. . 11' WANTED.?ten metal lathers. Applv Public School No. I. Molt and Fcnchiirch. s. e. m, c. it" ?trr a n.t e d. ? two "ladT.es to t> demonstrate staple article: ensy work:...

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