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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 10 May 1899

NEWS FROM OLD NORTH STATE AND ITS CAPITAL OUR RALEIGH NEWS BUDGET Democratic Ex-Confederate Soldier Cherry Wins His Case. A DAY WITH RAILROADS Tlio Corporation <'oiiiiiiI<>*?oii Deal? WitliMianj Cases?l'lrnt Uegllrieiit Invited i? Wnnliliigtan ? Grand Luiiio or <>?iii Fellows?countable Killcil by Kcgroea? Field l> < y hi Itioliol II ill-t arrlctl llaok (o Illc. Raleigh, N. C. May 9.?The Corpora? tion Commission heard a number of complaints ami petitions yesterday, in? cluding the following: The charge of discrimination by the Wilmington Tariff Association against Wilmington and in favor of Norfolk, by the .Southern Hallway and Atlantic Coast Line, was withdrawn. The de? fendants had already granted the .rates asked for and the petitioners were satisfied. Wednesday was set as the date for the hearing of the exceptions of the Seaboard Air Line to circular No. 1, whicJji reduced the minimum ship? ment of carlo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 10 May 1899

NEWS FROM RICHMOND AND OTHER PARTS OF VIRGINIA RICHMOND NEWS AND GOSSIP Virginia White Woman Won't1 Work With Colored Women. TRIED IN MANCHESTER \ Hoven Colored Girl? lutrodncod Info at Mlilrt Fxclorx Were Compelled ' to I,ti>TO-1nenn? People In Jnlla of tlio Nlnto-l'rocenses Nerved on Railroad* For Vl< Slule Common Lnn, 3k - (Special to Virglninn-PHol.) Richmond, Vn., May 9.?Virginia ?white women will not labor with, col? ored women. That fact was demon? strated yesterday at the Manchester 6hirt and overall factory, though the circumstances did not leak out until to-day. Three hundred white girls work in the factory. They have taken peculiar pride In keeping their character col? lectively at a high standard. They wesre surprised, and shocked yesterday when the proprietors employed seven colored women in the pressing depart? ment. V It was like a. spark in a powder fac? tory. Those three hundred girls did not meet, appoint a committee, and adopt resolutions. Th...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 10 May 1899

Berkley Lodge of Elks, No. 278, will be present nt the ball game to-day for the benefit of the Confederate monu? ment fund. Wagons will leave the Town Hall at 2 o'clock sharp, to carry all holders of tickets at a nominal price. Undertaker E. L. Cox left yesterday for Charleston, to attend the Confed? erate reunion. Prof. J. W. Hoberts received a mes? sage .Monday announcing the serious illness of his mother at Windsor. Va.. and left for that place at once to at? tend her bedside. Mr. 11. W. Hulllngton, long and well! known as a- furniture dealer on Berkley avenue extended, has discontinued bus- ; iness and moved his stock to Ports? mouth. Mr. Huffington is a clever bus? iness man, and worthy of tho confi? dence of the people with whom he may come in contact in Portsmouth. The Infant child of Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Belch died at their home on E street, Montlant, Monday night at 10:30 o'clock. The remains were shipped via the Norfolk and Southern to Ahoskey, N. C, yesterday afternoon for ...

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

PORTSMOUTH LOCAL NEWS AMD ADVERTISEMENTS CHRONICLES OF INTEREST Portsmouth, The Beautiful City By the Sea. FOUND HERE AND THERE lilt intent IInppetiIns* In 111? VttJ ninl Coiiuij I-reneiitod lu Concise J'onu lor ibe KUlllciUion of Vir? (>lulnii?l*ll?t Krnclcra Here ninl I-Uttcwliere - Gossip For People Wbo Desire to lioc|i Pouted. The VIrglnlan-PUot returns thanks for an Invitation to bo present at the celebration of the 40th anniversary of the Independent Kite Company, which takes place Oil Thursday, the llih in? stant, at Armory Hall. The New York Clotihing Company an? nounced that they have just received a eccund lot of those $7.50 Royal Blue Butts. Mum Hattle Short, of Baltimore, Is visiting friends in the city. Miss Short Is an elocutionist of considerable repu? tation at her home. The Seaboard Air Line property, which they recently purchased near the ferry. Is being vacated by the lumber firms who have boon conducting busi? ness there. The meeting at Monumental M. T...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 10 May 1899

PORTSMOUTH LOCAL. NEWS ANH ^r^\/prP-rlcr,FMF|,,-r^ BOYS' KNEE PANTS SUIT SALE ! Best quality Blue Serge, worth $5. for $4.50. All-Wool Blue Serge, worth $3.50, for $2.98. A beautiful Light Plaid, worth $5, for $4.00. All-Wool Light and Dark Checks, $2.50, Suits for $1.98. Your money back if you want it. John iV? I^ojLTtfHLt??9 One Price Only?Cash. 303 High Street. .STOP. paying rent, buy a lot from mc and I will lend you money to build a house. Do you want to buy a house or a lot ? Call on me. Do you want to jell your property ? List it with me. R. S. BROOKS, _Tell Til .lie 2222^_ REAL ESTATE AM) RENTAL AGENT. 411 COURT STREET._ WALL PAPERING In Latest Style by experienced workmen. ANDEKSON *Ss 'rilOMPSON. 224 HIGH STREET. Sample* sent by mall to out-of-town customers. Mattrcssos ACCEPT NO MATTRESS WITHOUT THE ArOVE TRADE MARK. If you would be happy and sleep well, buy the . . . ... PATENT RELT LAR MATTRESS! Don't take a cheap cotton matlress, some will tell you are just as good. I ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 10 May 1899

Review of the Markets, Shipping News and Real Estate Business. CHI FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL Stocks, Money, Exchange, Bonds, Graip, Cotton, Provisions, Etc. Now York, May 0.?The stock mar? ket to-day was demoralised by llqul dution, both voluntary und forci d> ami values melted away with large Interests apparently apathetic. Marginal ac? counts were wiped uut and nothing es? caped the furious decline. The < tinudnce of bear pressure dlshi nrtencd many and resulted in shaking out many commission-house accounts. Tha mar? ket was devoid of general news fea? tures, but local stocks rclleetcd tear as to the probable effect of the Pord fran? chise lav bill, which it was the general belief would bo signed 10-morrow. London purchased some 30,000 shares, rendering an easier tpne to sterling ex? change and acting us the sustaining factor in the early dealings. Cull money was strong, ranging from 3? to G. the latter being the quotation ol the last loan. Standard shares wer...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 11 May 1899

^muiuisiitiiuiiiiLiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiuiuiiit;' } I \ IN TWO PARTS. \ ^TTTVT TT'TTT'I T* TTT * f TTtTTTTtTTTTTT TTT T| Iii *J ?! | WEATHER FORECAST FOR TO-DAY jL | 3 NORFOLK AND VICINITY? I jjfflfti, I I Showers: no change in temper- y0T ? : ptrature; iresh, increasing wind? W "1 E 3 southwest- II: L...?,.,rT?T^.f^ LATEST NEWS OF THE WORLD BY TELEGRAPH AND CABLE! CON^~on SAN FERNANDO ATTACKED General Mascarados Leads Filipi? nos Against Montana Regiment, THE FILIPINO CONGRESS Tbc Atlnclt Reunited In Waste or Poiv der nntl l.viiil nml AVoninlln^ One Anif-rlcnn ? l lllplito (?iigreM? .licet* Wllhonl n 4(:i ii rn in, but Tri? naiieln llminr,, |ii,uu For Pento Expressetl?Our Volunteers i'.xliniisieci- JlitaArihnr 4 on front? ' -i bj Army or l l-ht ?1 iMinmnil. (By Telegraph to Virginia-Pilot.) Manila, May 10?1.10 |>. m.?The array "Unclad" gunboats Liigunn do May and Cavcdonga, under command of Captain Grant, steamed Hp the Hlo Grande to, Caiumplt to-day, clearing tho entire count...

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

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES TWO, THREE AND FIVE. WANTED. WANTED. ? SECOND-HAND EN glne, 5 or 6 horse power; must be 1n good condition. Address B. M., this ofilcc._myll-3t? ANTE1>. ? TO BUY AT ONCE, for cash house or lot In Ghent. Address "ARGUS," car* Virginian-Pilot. mylO-tf. \\r ANTED ? A POSITION IN A ?V druir store for the summer: have laid one year In pharmacy and practical experience In a store. Address "STU I>KNT." care Vlrglnlan-Pllot. my?-3f HELP WANTED?MALE. ;v W~ ANTED.?TWO STEADY INDUS trous boys with bicycles to deliver newspaper routes from 11:30 a. m. to 3 p. m. Apply SCOTT'S HOOK STORE, 309 Church street. It* ?ITtED.?A PEW YOUNG MEN TO ?work In factory. Apply at once to BRIDGEPORT SILVER PLATE CO.. J>amt>crPs Point. Vo. inyll-31* WANTED. ? AT SAKS A CO. Ex? perienced salesmen; none but expe? rienced need apply._myfl WANTED.?LADY OP A HI LITY TO manag? legitimate business In Nor? folk; good opening for right party. Ad? dres...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 11 May 1899

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES TWO. THREE AND FIVE. .-Jfi?Si^XHJ:.?..-!?-l^POWT' Washington. May 10.?Weather fore? cast for Thursday: Virginia?Showers and probably thunderstorms Thursday; brisk south? erly winds, probably high on the coast; Friday fair. North Carolina?Showers Thursday; Friday fair; brisk southerly winds. Norfolk nail Vlclultr. WEATHER FORECAST FOR TO? DAY. Showers; no change in temperature; fresh, increasing winds (southeast. TEMPERATURE. RAINFALL AND HUMIDITY. May toi 1S'J9. Maximum temperature . 72 Minimum temperature . 5S Normal temperature ..*.. 67 Departure from normal.minus 2 Departure since Jan. 1st.minus 83 Rainfall In past 24 hours.0 Rainfall since 1st of month.71 Mean humidity . VU CALENDAR. Sun rises, 4:0!) a. m.; sets. 7:03 p. in. TIDES. Norfolk?High water, 10:20 a. m. and 10::??""> p. hi.; low water, 4:16 a. m. and 4.11 p. m. Old Point?High water, 10:09 a. m. and 10:14 p. in.; low water, 3:55 a. in. and 3:60 p. m. Monuments and Gravestone;. The...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 11 May 1899

VIRGINIAN - PILOT. ?BT THE? (VIRGINIAN AND PILOT 1>UBM3HINQ > COMPANY._ teRFOLK VIRGINIAN AND DAILY PILOl (Oaaaolldated March. IPS.)_ Soured at the Postofnce at Norfolk, JVa., aa second-class matter. *? pWmCE: PILOT BUILDING. L' i CITY HALL AVENUE, 1 norfolk. va._ OFFICERS: !*. HL Gramdy. President; W. 8. Wllk fnoon, Treasurer; James E. Allen. Bee? ret ary. BOARD OF DIRECTORS: A. H. G randy. Ij. D. 6tarke, Jr.. T. W. Bhelton, R. W. BbulUoe. W. S. Wilkinson, June* E. Allen, ?>. F. Donovan. THNCKCERTS fEK COPT. subscription rates: Tht VIRGINIAN-PILOT la dellverea to ?ubiaiibera by carriers la No/folk and vicinity, Pcrtamooth. Berkley. Suffolk. irVest Norfolk. Newport News, for 10 cents per week payable to the carrier. By mall, to any place, la tbe United Btstes, postage fx**: gAlLI, ?ut y?ar ? ? ? ?3.00 " iixmtBiht - - ? S.OO " ltar*emonlbl - - I .so " CSD? month - ? *? .AO ADVERTIBINQ RATES: AflrerUao ments Inserted at the rat* of 76 cents a ?Square, ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 11 May 1899

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES TWO, THREE AND FIVE Baking FtoWDEtt Makes the food more delicious snd wholesome WOVI>t lAHtSQ POW0E? CO.. DEW ?C?K. COURT DECISIONS. Motes of Cases Recently Decided, Which are of Interest to Our People. DIGESTED BY W- B- MARTIN. (Exclusively for Virginian-Pilot.) TRIMBLE V. COMMONWEALTH. Bupreme Court of Appeals of Virginia. March 23, ISM. A STATUTE MAY BE CONSTITU? TIONAL itf PART AND UNCON? STITUTIONAL IN PARTI ACT OF FEBRUARY. i6, 1898, AS TO CONTEMPTS OF COURT. WHILE BAD IN PA KT IS VA1.1I> SO FA R AS IT GIVES THE RIGHT OF AP? PEAL. A PERSON HAVING CUSTODY OF A , CHILD AND WHO. WITH THE COURT'S CONSENT, TAKES IT TO ANOTHER STATE, WHERE. A COURT APPOINTS A GUARDIAN FOR IT, IS Nop GUILTY OF CON? TEMPT IN NOT PRODUCING THE CHILD IN VIRGINIA. ?This wan an appeal from a judgment declaring defendant in contempt of court for railing t.. produce a child, ?who h.:>i been committed to defendant's custody by the cunt, before the...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 11 May 1899

LATEST TELEGRAPH ' NEWS, CONTINUED FROM FIRST PAGE. ihe mm reunion (Continued From First rase.) of liberty und the republic such a eplcndld galaxy aa South Carolina pre sent* In her ihitledge, her Sumter, her Moultric, her Middleton, and her Ma? rion; in her Butler, her Plnckney, and h?r Bickens; i? her McDulllo and her Calhoun; In her Hamilton, her llayne, and her beloved Hampton. "If we turn from this Incomplete ar? ray of her noble sons to the contempla? tion of the scars upon her bosom, re? el |ved In her battles for American free? dom at Cowpens, at Camden, and Charleston; at Eutaw Springs, Fort Moulf ie. and King's ''Mountain, While her "Swamp Fox." with bis ragged brigade, roasted their rations of sweet potatoes in her forests at night, and by their sudden sallies, now from the mountains and now from the marshes, amazed and bewildered the British In? vaders; if we add to this survey of her past the record of her princely liberal? ity in the donation of her soil to the general...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 11 May 1899

The news from the old north state and Its capital OUR RALEIGH NEWS BUDGET Important Decisions Filed by the Supreme Court. THE"JlrVI CROW CAR LAW" Hit New Agi-iciiiiut-ni n?nrtl l.eenl? Iei-iI-Nlnirp l'hamitn m Arilin ltr iwccn Judges?Importance ofMevn criiU*c< isUinxlteiidcrcd It alt warft .11 ii??! Obey Provision* ul lliu "Jim Crow < nr Law," (Si)otlal to Vlrglni in-rilot.) Raleigh, N. c. May 10.?The Supreme Court to-ilay filed, sonn- extremely lm fortant opinions. It decides (hat John S. Cunningham and the other Demo? crats who were elected members of the Agrcultural Board arc entitled to scats. This gives the Democrats control. Iii the case "f the Capital Printing' Cbin pany against Hoey and other legisla? tors,'Involving Ihe public printing, the decision Is In favor bt l-ibey, and Ed? wards <& Broughtbn and 12-. M. Ussell are decided, to lie the public printers]. In the most m port ant of the cases, that involving the control of tho A...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 11 May 1899

NEWS FROM RICHMOND AND OTHER PARTS OF VIRGINIA. NEWPORT. NEWS. Third Day of the Wood Murder Trial. The Coniaionwmltti Unntomei An? other liny In Kinmlnlnc Witness* ?? For Iba Froaecntlon?Pnlllp Feres, from Norfolk, on (ho Stand Newport News, Va.. May 10?The third day of the trial of "Walter "Wood for the? murder of Gloven opened with Adams on the stand, recalled by the Commonwealth. The witness was ac? cordingly examined by Mr. Newton very fcrlefly concerning: the pistol question, nothing: new being elicited. There was no further cross examination. WITNESS FROM NORFOLK. The.next witness placed on the stand' 'yWM Philip Perez, musical director for tUarton'a Auditorium, now a resident .of ' (Norfolk. At the time of the shooting lie was the leader of the orchestra of the Bijou Theatre in this city, then run iy Gloven. He saw the shooting. He ?sub sitting in the wine room in the front of the theatre with Mrs. Russell; leard loud talking and swearing out fclde and went to the window, rai...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 11 May 1899

THE WORLD OF SPORT STANDING OF T11E CLUBS. Won. Lost. Per Ct. St. Louis. 13 D .722 Chicugo. 15 ti .7l"> Philadelphia . H 7 .606 Brooklyn . 13 8 .610 Cincinnati . 11 7 .fill Boston . 11 10 .524 Baltimore . U 10 .524 New York . 9 10 .17.; Louisville . s ij .400 Pittsburg . 7 12 .308 Washington . I 17 .190 Cleveland . :t 1G .107 PITTSBUBO, 5; CINCINNATI. 11. Pittsburg, Pa., May 10.?Seven errors and poor batting Is hot the way to win games. Pittsburg got three hits and one run In the llrat inning, and did nothing good after that until the ninth, when substitutes were called up? on and four runs were batted In. At? tendance, 2,100. Score by tunings: It.U.K. rittsburg .10 0 000004? f> It 7 Cincinnati .0 0 0 3 2 2 3 1 0?11 13 2 Batteries: Buffer ami BoWerman; H&wley suid Pelts. Umpires?Hunt and Connelly. Time?2 hours. CHICAGO, 6: LOUISVILLE, 1. Chicago. 111., May 10.?Four bunched lilts In the fourth gave the Orphans enough runs to win to-day. Caltaban was ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 11 May 1899

PORTSMOUTH LOCAL NEWS AND ADVERTISEMENTS CHRONICLES OF INTEREST Portsmouth, The Beautiful City By the Sea, FOUND HERE AND THERE Ihr Latest Hiippenlnga In the Clij and Connty Presented lu 4'onclae form For ibe Kd Ideation of Vir ?lolaii>Pllot Render! Here and Kliewtier* ? Gossip For People Who Desire to Keep Pouted. 'Attention Is called to the advertise? ment of E. C. Brooks Co., in which they announce that they have on hand strawberry crates and quarts. The clerks on the third lloor In the Reaboard Air Line building will cross bats with the clerks on the second lloor nt Columbia Park Saturday afternoon. The Musical Association of the First Presbyterian Church will give a May Queen Festival in the chapel Thurs? day, May 18th, at S p. tn. Two drunks was nil that claimed the attention of Mayor Balrd in the Police Court yesterday. Mr. Lee Vaughn, with the Citizens' Light, Heat and Power Company, while ascending a pole at the corner of Craw? ford ami County streets yesterday, ...

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

RORTSMOUTH LOCAL NEWS AND ADVERTISEMENTS .ST OF3. paying rent, buy a lot from me and I will lend you money to build a house. Do you want to buy a house or a lot ? Call on me. Do you want to sell your property ? List it with me. R. S. BROODS, Bell Phone 2222. REAL ESTATE AND KliNTAL AGENT, 411 COURT STREET. WALL PAPERING In Latest Style by experienced workmen. ANDERSON ?Sa 'VII O J\T E? ?-* OIV. 224- HIGH STREET. Samples sent by mall to out-of-town customers. AT HALF PRICE! For JO days from this date, I will sell the White Sewing Machine AT HALF PRICE. Five years guarantee. Nothing better made. Call and see the machine. Sold on EASY PAYMENTS, W. N. WHITE, 108 HIGH STREET, PORTSMOUTH, VA. ACCEPT NO MATTRESS WITHOUT THE APOVE TRADE MARK. If you would be happy and sleep well, buy the . . . ... PATENT PELT LAR MATTRESS! Don't take a cheap cotton mattress, some will tell you are just as good. BENDRDN BICYCLES! Carriages, Go-Carts, Furni? ture?all styles; prices lowest. Carpets?all makes. ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 11 May 1899

Review qe the Markets, Shipping News and Real Estate Business. Stocks, Money, Exchange, Bonds, Grain, Cotton, Provisions, Etc. New York. May 10.?The stock mar lie; moved up sharply to-day, although ;it some times considerable irregularity I a'j pea red. certain large interests were | 61 ii purchasers of their specialties ami ttid Absorption of some fO.OOU shares by London aided the market lenders' in pushing hp their favorites. In thu af? ternoon the nipldlty of the advance In? duced the covering >'f large short lines ai ii commission houses were again ac? tive purchasers. There was no Unity in the money market, the ruling rat?' f?r call loans being i per cent. Sterling exchange ei';Si d on on the large purchase-, of stock i"c foreign account. An clcineni in shaping senI.mem was a rumor that the Qovci uincht crop report to be Is? sued lati- lo-ctny would sIpav an Im? provement of several points over hist ni rith. St. P.iul's_ favorable \veckly s a:.-im'ht of earnings CRTs...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 12 May 1899

vuu 'lliluUUIIIllllllJUlllMllllllllllIlllllJ IIS Pagesi m TWO PARTS. 5 WEATHER FORECAST FOR TO-DAY : NORFOLK AND VICINITY? ; Fair: stationary temperature; west : crly winds. VOL. Ill?-NO. oO. 2n OlvFOLiK., VA., FRIDAY, MAY 12, 1899? WELYE PAGES. THREE CENTS PER COPY. LATEST NE)WS OF THE WORLD BY TELEGRAPH AND CABLEIp?^, SECOND DAY OF THE REUNION Fighting Joe Wheeler the Lion of the Day, JUSTIFIES EXPANSION fay* Tributen to ?Hontboru l.oyuMj nmi Nonlhern Women, -JnittQcit Extension or our Territory nmi D?clnrcn Tliui We Should Permit i!iu ininiui or I'ubu 10 Become run orilio llnlteil Kimeii?Picturesque Incident !?> w iiicii iVmle llnmnton Figures? Winnie DutI* .Memorial rxprritm - a Kruiilie?! Country i ill' ?!?. Du vis Hn n 11 m cul. (Ry Telegraph to Vlrglnlan-Pllot.) Charleston, S. C, May 11.?The Con? federate Veterans held but one session to-day which, shortly after noon, gave way to the Winnie Davis memorial cx ercteos, at the conclusion <>r whic...

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

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES TWO, THREE AND FIVE. WANTED. WANTB D. ? ORGANIZERS FOR tlio Woodmen of tlio World; ?und contracts. Apply to or address A. C. FINE General Deputy for Virginia, nnd North* Carolina. inylO-w.fr.su-at* ?r ANTED. ? S ECON ID-HAN D ION \V sine. 6 or C horse power; must be In good condition. Address R. M., this office._myil-3t? \\T ANTED. ? TO HUY AT ONCE. M for cash house or lot In Ghent. Address "ARGUS," care Virginian-Pilot. my K'-if. HELP WAN TED - MA LE WANTED AT ONCE. ?A RELIABLE man to advertise business and .so? llet order.-.; must bo well acquainted with oitv; references required. Tino MclN .M'YRE FURNITURE CO., ?M Main street. myl2- ? W~ANTED.?A FEW YOUNG MEN TO ?work In factory. Applv at once to flRIDOEPORT SILVER PLATE CO., ??utihTt s l'oint. Va._niyll-::t* HELP WANTED?FEMALE. ?\\r ANTED. ? AN EXPERIENCED ? 1 chambermnid and waitress. Apply 132 College Place. 11 ' A N Tic D?NU USB, Wi UTK " i ilTT'OK ored. with recommendation. Apply J. .T. JOHNSTON....

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