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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 3 May 1899

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES THREE FIVE AND SIX? Washington, D. C, May 2.?Forecast j for Wednesday. Virginia anil North Carolina?Partly clondy 'Wednesday; variable ?winds; showers, cooler Thursday. Norfolk nml Vlcliilly WEATHER FORECAST FOR TO? DAY. Fair -weather; stationary tempera? ture; fresh east winds. TEMPERATURE. RAINFALL AND HUMIDITY. May 2. 1SDD. Maximum temperature. ST ?Minimum temperature. 60 Normal temperature _,. 62 Departure from normal .plus 12 Departure since January 1st..minus Hainfall In past 21 hours. 0 Rainfall since 1st of month. 0 Mean humidity. 76 CALENDAR. Sun rises, f>:0S a. in.; sets, 6:56 p. in. TIDES. Norfolk: High water, 3:16 a. m.. 3:50 j p. m. Low water. !>::il a. nv. 1i>:0r> p. m. Old Point: High water, 2:63 a. m.. 3:2!) p. m. Low water, 0:10 a. in., 0:11 p. in. Monuments and Gravestones The selection of n nultablo memoria! In marble or gran lie can ba readily made from our stock, for wo carry tho impost assortment of llnlsh c<l designs...

Publication Title: Virginian-Pilot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 3 May 1899

YIRGINI?N - PILOT. ?BT THE? (VIRGINIAN AND 1*1 lot PUBU8HINQ COMPANY. LORfOLK VIRGINIA? AND DAILY PILOT. _(Consolidated March, 1S33.) Enterod at the PohioCIIco at Norfolk, ?'n., an second-class matter. OFFICE: PILOT BU1L.DINO. I CITY I1AL.I, AVli.Ntll?, _norfolk, va._ * OFFICERS: (A. II. Orandy. President; W. S. Wllk hson. Treasurer; Jumes- E. Allen, t?ec ctary. BOARD OF DIRECTORS: A. 11. (.Handy, L D. Starke, Jr., t. w, Bhelton, lt. \V. ShulUcc. W. H. Wilkinson, Uuincd 13. Allan, l>. F. Donovan. tu tu:*: vr.fi in ???Sit corr. subscription rates: The VlKGINIAN-PlIiOT Is delivered tp Subscribers by carriers In No/folk nnrt vicinity. Portsmouth, Berkley, Suffolk. (West Norfolk. Newport News, for 10 cents per weck payable to the carrier. Ity mall, to any place In lh? United fc'tale?. postage free: AtAII.Y, ?ine jrpnr - $."?.0? ?? six uioullia ... a.00 " lb rep month* - - I..">0 ?nie ino.it I: . ? ? .."?0 ADVERTISING KATK3: Advorllse ?nents Inserted at the rato ot 75 ccnt3 a Bq?ar...

Publication Title: Virginian-Pilot
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 3 May 1899

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK"?N"PAGES" THREE FIVE ?ND SIX. ME IHH-PIlfS DOME STUDY CR fill (Continued from Fourth Page.) ?would have Just such a government us the Stuarts desired?that Is an absolute despotism. The issue raised by Mr. Pitt on be? half of the cabinet in the contest with Qeorge 111. was nut settled until about the time of the great reform of 1832. The issue involved the question as to Whether the power described its royal prerogative should be exercised by the king or by the cabinet. English lawyers hod uniformly held to the doctrine that the king can do no wrong?that is. that the monarch could not be punished. There had also grown up the doctrine that for every official act some one should lie answerable to the cunts of law. The practical effect of these two doctrines was that the kin^c can do nothing at all. The olllcers of the cabi? net held that, since as ministers they were punishable for all olllclal acts, the cabinet as n whole should nssum ? the entire responsibility of...

Publication Title: Virginian-Pilot
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 3 May 1899

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES THRER FTVE AND STY uko'H ser . . BRIEF ITEMS OF lNTERESr. _ ; ''1 Mr. Lewis Evans has resigned as a ?eJiiVer of tho Fire Department. > r fivv. A. S. Lloyd, rector of St. L ;K ?'. Church, this* city, w ill hold ~. /?wars at Emmanuel Church, Kempsville, Tiurvdiiy at 7:30 o'clock p. in. Mr. L. "dcftiisy Berry, also of this city, will , ,sinn at this service. Miss Edna Jones, of Rank street, is spending a few weeks visiting friends on the Eastern Shore of Virginia? Mr. ami Mrs.t Win. lT. Stephenson, of Margarettesvlllc, N. C, called at the Virglnlan-PUot office yesterday. The managers of the Hoys' Home will hold a meeting at 4:30 o'clock Thursday afternoon The oyster gunboat Chesapeake is riding at anchor in our noil. Ruth Lodge of Masons had work in tile second degree last night. 'I'll,' management of the Chamberlln, at Old Point, will give another german on the evening of the 10th Instant. Corporal Daniel I.assitcr, whose death was published in these co...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 3 May 1899

NEWS FROM OlD NORTH olElilHii RALEIGH'S DAILY NEWS BUDGET Democrats Make a Clean Sweep Everywhere m AND THE SCHOOLS WIN I,mills llcslreit Vor Iii rinmi Colonists ?SlUlllS oftllC limns ( use i), ill ii r? riT in tin- GnltlNi>Kllgo Cm so Hii?? Iain- it mill iti>|?oni Tukon?Wnke, i ni i st coII'.'ko Commencement? (?Ol. Tllj'I III- Kit I r I'll, Raleigh, N. ('., May 2.?The returns 1 from various towns holding elections yesterday show thttt the Democrats were everywhere victorious and, to add to the good omens, schools and local' improvements were equally successful. Tl.K i t ions passed off quietly. The Democrats rallied In force, whereas I there was more or loss apathy, except In certain loi inllthis, In the opposition rank:;. It was a grand, glorious, clean sweep. Lands for German colonists. A letter has been received at the Agricultural Department from R. H. Towne. 184 Monroe street, Chicago, making Inquiries In regard to trucking lands for u colony of Germans, lie Bays he want...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 3 May 1899

NEWS FROM RICHMOND AND OTHER PARTS OF VIRGINIA. RICHMOND NEWS AND GOSSIP Leaders of May Conference Against a Convention, WANT COUNTY PRIMARIES It fa lltlMttd Thnt II tn Too Easy to Pack a convention, und ?Inn or tho l.cndom Iteclnro* Iho Convention Snonld Instrnct For n Primary In I'.vory Conuij-"High Life," n Sen? sational I'nper, Knppresaoii by l'o lico Judge-Dr.IIauihoriio Accepts (Special to Virginian-Pilot.) Richmond, Va., May 2.?It seems now j that tlic leaders of the Senatorial con- ] ferenco movement will bend every en? ergy to have the conference declare in unequivocal terms against a State con? vention for nny purpose. "We are afraid of conventions." said one of these gentlemen to-day. "They have caused many of our present ills. They nre supposed to be infallible. Unfortunately they are not. It is so easy to pack a convention. Here is the way the matter stands: We want Sena? tors chosen hy the people. Until we can have that brought about wo want Sena? torial candidates cho...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 3 May 1899

OF SPORT STANDING OF THE CLUBS. Won. Lost. PerCt. St. Louis.10 3 .109 Philadelphia.10 -6ti0 Chicago . 9 6 .?00 Brooklyn . '.? .?W Cincinnati . 7 ?"> ?:,vi Baltimore . 8 7 .5X1 Bocston . 8 7 .5X1 Louisville . T 7 .500 New York. C S .:tsi Washington. l 11 .20? Cleveland . 3 ? .250 Plttsburg . :t 'J .250 WASHINGTON, 0; BROOKLYN, 7. At Washington Score by innings: It.U.K. Washington . ..0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0?0 4 5 Brooklyn.it U 1 0 0 1 0 2 x?7 7 0 Batteries: Baker and McGutrc; Hughes ami Farrell. Umpires?Gnffney and Andrews. Time?1:40. BALTIMORE, 2; BOSTON, 0. At Baltimore Score by innings: R.H.E. Baltimore.HO 000000 0?2 7 5 Boston .0 0 2 0 3 0 1 o 4?9 10 I Batteries: Miller ami Robinson; Nich? ols und Clarke. Umpires?Hunt and Connolly. Time?1:45. CLEVELAND. 2. 0: LOUISVILLE, 3, 5. At Cleveland: First Game? Score by Innings: R.H.E. Cleveland.1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0?2 Ii 3 Louisville.o o l o 2 o 0 0 x?2 m 1 Batteries: Carsey and Zimmer; Phil Hps and Klttrcclge. Time?1:30. Second Game Score by i...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 3 May 1899

PORTSMOUTH LOCAL NEWS AND ADVERTISEMENTS' CHRONICLES OF INTEREST Portsmouth, The Beautiful City By the Sea. FOUND HERE AND THERE The E.ntest Happening* I? the <!ij nnd County Presented lu Concise I o r in for Hie ?<lllleallou of Vir? glulnn?PUot Rentiers Hero nml i;i?cwhero ? Go?<ilp For People V?bo Desire to Keep Posted. B - Mr. Henry Kirn, a prominent truck? er from the county, says that unless wo have some rain shortly the berry crop will be badly damaged. Mr. W. E. Williams' residence In Bcottsvlllc was robbed Monday night while the family was asleep and sev? eral articles stolen. Delaware Park will be thrown open to tiie public on the 11th instant. There Will be a big time on the opening day, duns will lie fired and it will be a gala day generally. "What has become of all the open cars?" was the question often asked yesterday, as most of the cars on the line ate close ones. Mies Fannie Mitchell, of Boston, who has been visiting friends in this city for the past ten day...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 3 May 1899

^PORTSMOUTH LOCAL" NFW3 AND ADVERTISEMENT^ _ (Continued.) w* 3QO Choice F^ark: 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 buijding purposes cither on monthly payments or straight for 5 years at 6 per cent, interest, paya? ble semi-annually. ???????????? DASH!ELL <& COLLINS REAL ESTATE AND LOAN AGENTS, ? No. 410 Crawford Street, ? - Portsmouth, Va. HLLREADY CORRECT STYLES IN SPRIM8 SUITS JUST FOB m\ Our reputation for well made clothing at popular low prices is firmly established to be the best in quality, the latest in style and lit; excellent in tailoring. REMARKABLE OFFERS I Fancy Cheviot Sack Suits, all-wool, worth S1o.no. Blue Serge, round or square cut, all-wool, S7.50 worth Si0.00, single or d...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 3 May 1899

Review of the Markts, Smipping~News and Real Estate Business. REYEIW OF MARKETS FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL Stocks, Money, Exchange, Bonds, Grain, Cotton, Provisions, Etc. New York. May 2.?Stock prices ranged over a wide radius to-day and ended In good gains Cor the day. A considerable advance ranging from 1 to 4 points in the specialties occurred in the tli.st half hour, aided by i,ur" chases of round amounts of the inter? national stocks for London account. Stork values then suffered on a con? tinuance of yesterday's neavy liquida? tion, and receded sharply, the special? ties losing from ?-' to nearly 0 points. By noon liquidation had practically ceased, and there were rallies, which among the specialties, ranged from 3% to S%. The standard railways moved far less widely, except for Burlington and Delaware and Hudson, which made m t gains of 1% and 3V4 respectively. Among the specialties the net Kains ex? tend to H'i in Air Brake, r.^ in Metro? politan, 3fSi in Manhattan, 3% in Brook...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 4 May 1899

^i'Vi'-ttiiiiiiiiiiiii'\??viiiiiiiriiiiiTi*iii?y 11S JE?a.^o? l IN TWO PARTS, t H inngunifiDii WEATHER FORECAST FOR TO-DAY 2 NORFOLK AND VICINITY? 3 Partly cloudy and cooler; brisk 3 northwest winds; cooler weather the 3 rest ot the weck? Tir?T UTTTTTTTTTTTTTf TTTTrm TTT ? 1111111 M 111117m VOL.. Ill?NO. 29. NORFOLK, VA.V THURSDAY, MAY <1, 1399?TWELVE PAGES. THREE CENTS PER COPY. LATEST NE)WS, OF THE WORLD BY TELEGRAPH AND CABLE, l?^, AGUINALDO'S PEACE ENVOYS Otis Declines to Recognize Philip? pine Republic. A PRETENSE ABANDONED Ttio Envoys Orlc'unlly Clnliuetl to Represent Uonornl I.ti?n, but Now Auimuuco I livniM ! \ ? i n? Itcpre nriittill vcn "i Axiiiualdo?Otis I>c? cliui'B to Iti |il y to I.i M i r ol .tlnbllll, JSIiil'iirr or I'orclKU Aftalr? In ]>hili|?i>iiio Cabinet ? AkiiIhuI.Io Will I'lglil to llto S.mi? Filipino ?jO'SO*. <By Telegraph to Virginian-Pilot.) Manila. May 3.?1*4:10 P. M.?There was u conference lasting two hours to? day between Major-General E. S...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 4 May 1899

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES TH REE, FIVE AND SIX. LOST. j[a enamel forget-me-not, between Gran by and Churcli streets. Reward If left at .Virglnlan-J'llot office. City HaU avenue. my4-2t WANTED. WANTED. ? YOUNG MAN TO 1N vest a small amount In good buslni ss nnd work on salary. Address at onco A. 33. O., this of flee. myt-::t*_ ANTED. ? A YOUNG MAI vftT Kl) man desires a position ns salesman, collector or In some honorable business: can give good reference, and have Bome experience on road. Address P. O. Jxtck Uox 144. Berkley, Va. " It GENTLEMAN DESIROUS OP GO ing Into a good paying business, would like to secure as a silent or active 5?artner a gentleman with means. Address * NO. 2, this office. , my2-lw* ^ HELP WANTE D^M AJLE^ MAN Oh LADY T? TRAVEL AND .appoint agents. Established firm. $50 nei' nienth und all expenses to start. MFII., Box 898, Philadelphia. Pa. / mh-2-we.Sn.su to.ipiy,myl7tOjul4 I1HELP WANTED?FEMALE. T .ALMES 'ID MAKE SAMPLE j-j patches al home: ?: to $10 weekl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 4 May 1899

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES THREE FIVE AND SIX. WEATHER REPORT. Washington, May 3. Forecast for Thursday: For Virginia: Fair and cool Thurs ay: Friday fair; fresh northeasterly winds, becoming variable. For North Carolina: Fair Thursday and probably Friday; variable winds. Norfolk mid Vicinity WEATHER FORECAST FOR TO-DAY. Partly cloudy and cooler; brisk north west winds; cooler weather the rest of the week. TEMPER ATI T RE. RAINFALL AND HUMIDITY. Maximum temperature. "0 Minimum temperature. 54 Normal temperature. 60 Departure from normal.plus 7 Departure from normal since Jan? uary 1st.minus 6S Rainfall In past 24 hours. 0 Rainfall since 1st of month. 0 Mean humidity. 85 CALENDAR. Sun rises 5:07 a. m.; sets 6:57 p. m. TIDES. Norfolk: High water 4:21 a. m? 4:51 p. m.; low -water 10::(1 n. m.. 11:11 p. m. Old Point: High water 1:00 a. m., 4:^.0 p. m.: low water 10:10 a. m.. 10:50 p. m. Ill KD. ROSENBERG/. ? NATHAN L. R08EN BBKO, In Washington, D C , Tuesday, .May 2nd, at 10::<0 p....

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

VIRGINIAN - PILOT. ?BT THE? (VIRGINIAN AND PILOT PUBLJ3IHNQ COMPANY. (ORfOLK VIRGINIAN AND DAILY PILOT. (Consolidated March. 1S38.) Entered at tho Postofnco at Norfolk, Va., a* second-class matter. .OFFICE: PILOT BUILDING. CITY HALL AVENUE. norfolk. va. OFFICERS: 'A. H. Grandy. President: W. S. Wilk? inson, Treasurer; James J3. Allen, Sac rotary. BOARD OF DIRECTORS: A. W. Grandy. L. D. Starke, Jr.. T. W. Ehelton.R. \V. Shultlce, \V. S. Wilkinson, James li. Allen, D. F. Donovan. th itkk vK?vm rKit corr. subscription rates: The VIRGINIAN-PILOT Is delivered to subscribers by carriers In No/folk and vicinity Pcrtsmouth. Berkley. SufTolk. West Norfolk, Newport News, for 10 cents per week payable to tho carrier. By mail, tu any place la the United States, postage free: BAJl.T.ou? jenr - - g?.oo ** sis months ? 3.00 *? three months - - 1.30 " one month ? ? ? .10 ADVERTI8INO RATES: Advertise? ments Inserted at the rate of 75 cents a l?quare. first Insertion; each subsequent Insertion to cen...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 4 May 1899

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES THREE FIVE AND SLX. ^^^^ d*l?S?iL?j5ely 'Pure * ^ Makes the food more delicious and wholesome _WOYAt QAHK.-Q P0v;0^Q CO.. HZ\1 VQ'K. _ _ the liMirars H STUDY CIME ?-ry~-1 }- (Continued from Fourth Page) of God,of death and eternity came lo be almost habitually in his thoughts. The death of his father, also during his early childhood, added new fuel to the flame of his grief. Tills father he hail never known. He was afflicted with pulmonary consumption and had lived abroad during almost the whole period of the boy's life. In Portugal, at Lis? bon, In Madeira, the West Indies, Ja? maica, he had sought for health, but found it not. He returned at intervals to the south coast of England and m< I his wife there, but Thomas, as one of the younger children, had never been taken to meet him. This father was a merchant, who had built up a com? fortable fortune from ht3 trade. He died In his 39th year', leaving a family of six children?two deaths having al? rea...

Publication Title: Virginian-Pilot
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 4 May 1899

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES THREE, FIVE AND SIX. BRIEF ITEMS OF INTEREST. Picket t-Buchanan Camp, C. V., will hold a special meeting to-nlght to transact Important business. Dr. J. II. Btolyer, of Paris, France, v ho has been the suost of Rev. H. Benmoshe, of this city, left yesterday lor Sewunee, Tenn., to complete his education. _, , There will be a meeting of the Wash? ington Circle of the King's Daughters at the lmmc of Mrs. Barnes, No. 1(55 Cumberland street, to-day at 10 o'clock a. in. Members and friends are re? quested to attend. Rev. A, B. Lloyd will preach at Kempsvlllo to-night. During the month of April seven ves *els arrived al this port from foreign ports and fifty-four cleared for foreign ports. A birthday party was given at i um berland Street M. B. Church Tuesday night and was a grand success. An excellent program was rendered and re? freshments were served at its conclu? sion. Mrs. L. P. Gregory and little daugh? ter Madeline lert via the Norfolk and Western this ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 4 May 1899

THE NEWS FROM THE OLD NORTH STATE AND ITS CAPITAL RALEIGH'S DAILY NEWSBUDGET A Telephone Company Rapidly Spreading Out. A FIGHT FOR A LIFE Col. 4'nrr'ft flirt to (lifl Ilniliiini I.lbrnr.y ?Million <li'n?K Ag'tlu on Trliil for Blnriier?NnIC For Alimony ? k*? tiipc ol <jlr<M'iivlllo Murderer, lfu? tier Mciilfllcc ol Dcnltt?Told lu a r.iriiit ri>i?n. Raleigh, N. C, May 3.?The Inter? state' Telephone Company Is rapidly spreading out. ? It has bought out the Elmlra Tole ph me Company, which runs from here to Goldsboro, via Sei ma, Smlthfleld, Dunn, Princeton and Clayton, und yes t rdny thin lli>.- was cut in on the ln ter-Stale switchboard. Itcretoforc the line has been operated In connection with the Ittjl Company's system. In addition to this the Inter-State is .building a line from Goldsboro to Wil? mington, and soon the people of Itn Icigh . im he hallooing to their friends in th ? city by the Capo Pear. This line is already about half completed. . To the northwnrd im...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 4 May 1899

NEWS FROM RICHMOND AND OTHER PARTS OF VIRGINIA" RICHMOND NEWS AND GOSSIP Bold Pickpocket Robbed Mr, D. B. Cox on a Train. DID HE COME TO NORFOLK? Tta* Tiller Snld lo nitre Loft on the "CnnuoD Hull" For Toll Clly? Tlio Senatorini Conference Burenn Bo? celyes MnebEnconraEonient From Over the Ntnte?A Sew Jersey Pro? fessor in sinking; n Tonr Thronuli VJrsjInln Stiulyins Minerals. (Special to Virginlan-Pllot.) Kichmond, Va., May 3.?A dangerous and successful pickpocket is believed by the authorities of Richmond to have left this city this morning for Norfolk. Be? fore leaving he took $2.36 from the pocket of Mr. D. B. Cox, an Ashland merchant, who bad come to this city lo make a dcDosit, As Mr. Cox was leaving the S:40 train from Ashland at Klba Station a young man seized him In the crowded aisle and told him that a lady in another part of the car wished to see him. The stranger hold on to Mr. Cox for several seconds, ostensibly for the purpose of assisting him to get through the crowd....

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 4 May 1899

THE WORLD OF SPORT if."- - ! STANDING OP THE CLUBS. Won. Lost. PerCt. St. Louis. 11 3 .7861 Philadelphia.11 5 .6S71 Chicago .10 6 .625 Brooklyn. . 10 0 .025 Boston . 9 7 .062 Cincinnati. 7 6 .638 Baltimore. 8 8 .000 Louisville. 7 8 .466 New York . C 9 .357 Pittsburg. 4 9 .308 "Washington. 4 12 .S50 Cleveland. 3 10 .231 PITTSBURG. 7: LOUISVILLE, 6. Plttsburg, Pa.. May 3.?It looked like Louisville's game when Plttsburg came to bat in the ninth, with six to one agninst them, but the locals made a finish, the equal of which has never been seen here. After thrco runs had been scored, largely the result of errors by Clingman and Wagner, McCarthy rapped out -a homo run with a long hit to right Held, and MeCreary followed With a, duplicate to left. Attendance 1,500. Score by Innings: R.H.K. Plttsburg.0 0001000 (5-7 8 2 Louisville.0 1 0 3 0 0 2 0 0-6 7 5 naileries: Tannehill and Bowerman; Dowllng and Kiltredge. Umpires Burns and Smith. Time?1:50. BALTIMORE, 3; RORTON. 4. Baltimore. May 3.?Mo...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 4 May 1899

PORTSMOUTH LOCAL NEWS AND ADVERTISEMENTS CHRONICLES OF INTEREST r: ' ?\ Portsmouth, The Beautiful Cjty By the Sea. V ? ?OUND HERE ANL THERE 5rb? Latest Dnppoulnga In the City nntl Connly Preaeuted In t'ouclne Form For the Efllflcntlon of vir? ciniim-rilnt Itendora Here ami Xl.evrtiere ? Gossip For People Who Dealro to Keep Po.tcd. The suit of James Hoggard against the Southern Hell Telephone Company for $5,000 occunled the attention of the City Circuit Court all day yesterday. The Jury disagreed and were discharged ?jntll this morning, when they will be called to ascertain if they have agreed upon a verdict. Hoggard was a line? man und while at work received a shock that caused him to fall from the pole lo the ground, hence the suit. The grand Jury of the Court of Hust? ings for the city of Portsmouth will be In sorslon to-day. There arc only two or three felony cases to claim the at? tention of that body. Mr. "Nod" Neville, a brother of Mr. fW. Cushlng. Captain Wendell Neville Und ...

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