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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 12 May 1899

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES TWO, THREE AND FIVE WEATHER REPORT. Washington, May 11.?Weather fore? cast for Friday: Virginia?Fair Friday; probably showers Saturday; -winds shifting to fresh ?outherly. North Carolina?Fair Friday; fair In east; showers In west portions Satur? day; variable winds. INnt-tolk nuil Vleliill?. WEATHER FORECAST FOR TO? DAY. Fair; stationary temperature; west? erly winds. TEMPERATURE, RAINFALL, AND HUMIDITY. May 11, 1S99. Maximum temperature . Minimum temperature . 59 Normal temperature . CT Departure from normal . 0 Departure since .Ian. 1st.minus S.'l Rainfall in past 24 hours.3_ Rainfall since 1st of month.1.03 Mean humidity . S3 CALENDAR. . Sun rises, 4:53 a. m.; sets, 7:04 p. m. t TIDES. Norfolk?High water. 11:02 a. m. and 11:20 p. in.; low water, 5:00 a. m. and 4:53 p. m. Old Point?High water. 10:41 a. m. and 10:59 p. m.; low water. 4:39 a. in. and 4:34 p. m. DIED. ARMSTRONG.?At the residence, No 3H Arlington place. Thursday, May 11Mi. IS99, at 3:30 p....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 12 May 1899

VIRGINIAN-PILOT. ?BY THE? IVIP.GINLAX AND PILOT PUBLISHING 1 COMPANY. tOiulii VIRGINIAN AND DAILY PILOT. (Consolidated March. _l*ss->_ ' EniercU at theHr?sto'ftlco at Norfolk. |V?., a-t second-cljsa matter._ "" OFFICE! PILOT HC I I.D1NG. C1TV HALL AV1SNUB. norfolk. va._ OFFICERS: ?A. H. Grandy. President; W. 8. Wilk? inson. Treasurer; James k.. Allen, bec r*Ury BOARD OF DIRECTORS: a H Grandy I., l' Starke. Jr., T. v\. BheltOli. R. W. Shultlce. W. S. Wilkinson, James 15. Allen. J>. F. Donovan._ thick': ckxi'S W.u. voi-r. subscription rates: The VIUGINIAN-PIIjOT 1? ?e"*TC^iS subscribers by carrier* In No/folkand v.ciuity Portsmouth. Berkley, fa"""11?,: West Norfolk. Newport News, for to cents per wick payable to the carrier By mail, to any ?1^? LnUt<1 lb tales, postage tree: bill.ir, one jrnr - ?5.00 ?* BlSMiWIItUs ? " lllrrrnit.mil? - ? -?Ji0 " anniiiaiitll ? ** ** *l>u ^ADVKFtTISING kates: Advertise? ments Uistrlee at the rate of 7a cents ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 12 May 1899

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES TWO, THREE AND FIVE. Makes the food more delicious and wholesome ro*'?i baking pownrq cf., mw vo*?. koi study am (Continued from Fourth 1'agc.) which wore frequently ornamented outside with the "story" or history or the deceased. In the next stanza the f>oct raises the Important question of low far environment determines one's course in life. In statuta 13 "ample page" refers to the vast amount of knowledge contained in hooks. "Spoils of time" means the Information gained by lime and study. Nutioc the uppro prlatcncss of "chill," "froze" und "cur? rent." The next stanza (14) 1? one fre? quently quoted, and the fifteenth h.is special grandeur from Its historical BUggostivcucs3. In Gray's time there ?was a prejudice against Cromwell, ?which lias stni o largely disappeared. It is suppi h td the writer may lutve had In mind WalpoSe, whose policy In? creased England'? wealth and there foro "sentti red plenty." In stanza IT ?'slaughter" calls up man...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 12 May 1899

LATEST TELEGRAPH NEWS, CONTINUED" FROM FIRST PAGE. (Continued from First Page.) to Thee," and at the conclusion >>f tli > hymn General Lee arose and said that for many years Mrs. Da.vis had been unable, owing to 111 health, to attend the re-unlons of the association, but that <>n this occasion she was repre? sented by Miss Waller, of Mississippi. As General Lee bowed toward Miss Waller arose in her im\ and received the salin.- of ihe audience. This closed the exercises, and a moment or so later Mr. H. A. Dockwood, of Mobile. Ala., arose and moved that the convention express Its deep appreciation of those "chtvalrlc and tender people of the North who had ministered with tend< r enre to the last hours of the Daughter <>f t in- Confederacy." General Cordon put the motion and the nfflrmntlvc response was so hearty that he did not ask for a negative vote. A REUNITED COUNTRY. Major William M. Robblns. ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 12 May 1899

THE NEWS FROM THE OLD NORTH STATE AND ITS CAPTTaT OUR RALEIGH NEWS BUDGET Seaboard Air Line to Build Anoth? er Link, THE SEABOARD SHOPS 'Hie 1'erf lllxer Ituio Kituuls?Qentr* onnOircrotn llnleleli Meiliortlet lucl ||4? rial I'lcllle lit |-*orcNt vlllO? 'I'lio I'lly l.oM Noury by >eiiim; Itnleigti ninl, Uuatoil Sluili Too Boon - It rief .Mention, ttnletg-h, N. C, May 11.?It is reported lure that tin- Sett hoard Air Line Is liavlns n route survi ycd between Dos well und Washington with ;i view to building a. iin<- betwei n those points. A force of engineers in at work In that section, ami though the matter liar, l)' kept very quiet it is believed to lie, i?.r the Seaboard, which proposes to have u direct line from Jacksonville! to the National Capital. Tili: SIC Alii ?ARD Sil? IPS. The News and Observer of this morn? ing, boa's! Railroad men believe there !:; now a strong probability of the r< -establish? ment of the Seaboard Air Line shops here. Exami...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 12 May 1899

NEWS FROM RICHMOND AND OTHER PARTS OF VTPrJMTA RICHMOND NEWS AND GOSSIP Governor Tyler and Congressman Jones Want Senatorship. JONES TO MAKE CANVASS Quo or lb* Other Will Bo a Cnndtdnte on Conference Platform, It Is Pro dieted ? Alumni Association of Ur.lvtriliy College Meet*?A Nor* folk Solcllor Rent encerl For Detter? ?Ion? Writes tne Governor For Aid '?> r2 i ? ?>.? . IV . .(Special to VJrglnlan-PIlot.) ? Richmond, Va., May 11.?Governor Tyler nnd lion. William A. Jones are the only candidates for the Senate spo? ken of In opposition to Mr. Martin. Attorney General Montague, Hon. Walton Moore and Mr. Eppa Hunton having stated emphatically that they would not aspire to Mr. Martin's ecat, Mr. Jones and Governor Tyler are left as the only possibilities. It is recognized that there must be a candidate to stand upon the plat? form adopted iby the conference, Wed? nesday. Jones or Tyler will be the man. I wish to make this prediction. The readers of the Virginian-P...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 12 May 1899

COLLEGE OF BISHOPS Statement With Reference to Book Concern Scandal. Finn of VlUlaf ion For (bo Blibopi of - the n. E. Cltnrob. sou m, for IS99 Blabop Mihou Comca to Vir? At the meeting of the College of Bishops,' of tho Methodist Episcopal Church, South, held in the city of Nash? ville, JTena., recently the following plan of Kpiscopal "Visitation for the several Bishops was adopted. It will be of In? terest to the readers of the Virginian Pilot. FIRST DISTRICT.?BISHOP WILSON Japan Mission Conference, East Osa? ka, Aug. 24, 1899. Korean Mission, Seoul, Sept. 16, 1899. China Mission Conference, Soochow, Oct. 19, 1S99. West Virginia Conference, Ashland, Ky., Sept. 6, 1899. Holston Conference, Bluefield, W. Va., Oct. 11, 1899. Virginia Conference, Petersburg, Va., Nov. 15, 1899. South Georgia Conference, Dublin, Ca.. Dec. 6, 1899. SECOND DIST1UCT--BISHOP CRAN? BERRY. Denver Conference, Durango, Colo., Aug. 10, 1899. Western Conference, Elk City, Kan., Aug. 17, 1899. Missouri Conference...

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

PORTSMOUTH LOCAL NEWS AND ADVERTISEMENTS CHRONICLES OF INTEREST Portsmouth. The Beautiful City By the Sea. fOUND HERE AND THERE (r*h? liMea* Happening? In tho City ?ad Coumy Presented In Concise form For ihn ?dinc?flon of Vir? glnlannFllot Header? Hero nnd Elsewhere ? Oottlp For People TV ho Desire to Keep Posted. r' - Mrs. Ella N. Seaburn, of Martha ^Washington Lodge, Rcbekah I. O. O. P., of this city, was at the Grand Lodge meetings of the Odd Fellows In Lyneh hurg, elected treasurer of the Rcbekah (State Assembly. Just one year ago to-day the Old Dominion Guard nnd the Portsmouth ?Rifles left this city for the war, going to Richmond, where they were attach? ed to the Second and Fourth Virginia Xtegiments. Levy & Jacobs say that they don't care to do all of the clothing business this season, but only want a good share of it. See the notice of the closing of the High street stores every evening at 7 o'clock. Justice C. C. Haynes yesterday sent (James Davis, colored, to ...

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

RORTSMOUTH LOCAL NEWS AND ADVERTISEMENTS ?-STOP_^ paying rent, buy a lot from me and 1 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. BROOKS, Bell Phone 2222. REAL ESTATE AND_KCNTAL AGIiNT, 411 COURT STREET. W?LL PAPERING In Latest Style by experienced workmen. ANDERSON *Ss THOMPSON. 224 HIGH STREET. Camples sent by mall to out-of-town customers. ACCEPT NO MATTRESS WITHOUT THE ABOVE TRADE MARK. If you would be happy and sleep well, buy the . PATENT EE LT LAP MATTRESS! Don't take a cheap cotton mattress, some will tell you are just as good. GENDRON BICYCLES! Carriages, Go-Carts, Furni? ture?all styles; prices lowest. Carpets - all makes. Prices cut. eavo coupons for stove contest. THERE ARE PEW PLACES WHERE REAL ESTATE PAYS AS WELL AS AT PINNER'S Point. IP l'OU HAVE CAPITAL TO INVEST YOU WILL SAVE MONEY BY GET? TING MY PRICES ON THIS PROPERTY. MV SALES HERE HAVE BEEN OVER JCOO.OOO IN L...

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

Review of the Markets, Shipping News and Real Estate Business. FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL Stocks. Honey, Exchange, Bonds, Grain, Cotton, Provisions, Etc. pref.J2V5 St. Paul .IS St. Paul. prcf. S: p and i? .... 92 st p nnd <?. pre 170 St. p M mul M - So. Pncltlc . 29% So. Railway .... 12% So. R'y. prcf. .. 5114 T and I" . 111% Union Pac|flc .. 42% l? P, pref."tt'.m New York, May 11.?There were smart declines In the specialties to? day, but the recessions in the railways were fractional. It was a holiday on the Continent, and the death of nn English banker restricted some of the arbitrage business, but London look tibout 3U,0UU shares of the international stocks. Sterling exchange was easier, and money ranged from 3 to i on call, wLth the last loan at the smaller figure. One reason for this is that a fairly large volume <jf money 1s moving toward New York from the interior. The crop report was a t lirst interpreted as more favorable than expected, but subse? quentl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 13 May 1899

a ^t'iiutiuiiiiiutiimiinuiiiuuioToii^ I IS Pages? I IN TWO PARTS. ! 3 \ Srrm, V/EATHER F33ECAST FOR TO-DAY *L I NORFOLK AND VICINITY? Showery, with frc;h south winds; temperature nearly stationary. VOL. m-NO. 37. LATEST NEWS OF THE WORLD BY TELEGRAPH AND CABLE}tZEffiffi THE REUNION AT AN END The President's Suggestion De? clined, With One Exception. COMMITTEE ON HISTORY Southern Women Will Care For Graves in the South. M'KINLEY COMMENDED The I*r?MH?ci Vor Vnlrno?* i?ml diu? dor tu Nouilirrii nintnrjr Improved li.v S|mi'i<?kIi Wnr-ltie DIIHcuHIr? ?I our linen Problem In I'lilllp plnri ilushl In Urin? u < burltnblc J mitt cm fill ?I Sumo 'I'lliiib Herr in Him.lli liiiilcyN Hill l or Vulr? ? t.l?*<>llon ol OIHear?-'!lie "llnlll<< Altm-.v" - I<ouInv1IIo I'rclVrreil ?> Norlollt, Chi 1l< :i in, s. C, May 1-. C. Br< ?k's Johnston, Mayor ?l Norfolk, Solid delegation from Virginia an...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 13 May 1899

THE) NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES TWO, THREE AND FIVE LOST. I, OST. ? ON BRAMB I.ETON AVE _ iiuo near the corner of Clay. a. Gold tilled Watch. Waltham movement. Suit? able reward if returned, to J. O. VICK, 213 Ohureh street. It* WANTED. WANTED. ? A PAHTN'KR FOR A high-class. Illustrated song act; poed time booked extending to winter sea? son: must have some capital; am using double machine. Address W. IS. U.. care Vlrglnlun-rilot._11* AYOUNG LADY DESIRES A posi? tion Jn dry goods storo as clerk, .apply 10 M. P., i<\ Kalkland street. myl3-3t* WANTED, ? SECOND-HAND EN cine, G or (j horse power; must bo In :mioU condition. Address B. M., this orilco. ' mylt-<t* \y ANTED. ? TO BUY AT ONCE, ?? for cash house or lm In Ghent. Address "ARGUS," care Vlrginlun-Pllot. in y HI- If. _ H ELPJ/V A IM TED ? MA LE-_ "VfAN OR I.ADY TO TRAVEL AND JltI. appoint agents. Established lirm. S.<o iv r month and all expenses lo start. M l'H.. [lox 388, Philadelphia, Pa. mh22-wc...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 13 May 1899

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES TWO, THREE AND FIVE. WEATHER REPORT. Washington. May 12. 1S99. Forecast for -Saturday: Virginia?Showers and possibly thun-| dor storms Saturday; fresh southerly ?winds: Sunday fair. North Carolina?Showers Saturday; fresh southerly winds; Sunday fair. Norfolk niKl Vicinity. WEATHER FORECAST FOR TO? DAY. Showery, with fresh south winds; temperature nearly stationary. TEM PER ATI* RE. RAINFAHL AND HUMIDITY. Maximum tempi rature . S2 Minimum temperature. '">il Normal temperature . <*?! | Departure from normal .plus Departure from normal since Janu? ary 1st.minus Rainfall In past 24 hours. Rainfall since Brst of month .. ..1 Mean humidity . CALENDAR. Sun rises at -1:57 a. in. and sets at 7:01 p. m. TIDES. Norfolk?High water at 11:49 a. m. I and 12 p. m.; low water at 6:41 a. m. | and 0:40 p. m. Old Point?High water at 11:2S a. m. and 11:39 p, in.; low water at 5:20 a. m. and 6:19 p. ni. D1M?. THOM?In Norfolk, at the residence of Alfred P...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 13 May 1899

VIRGINIAN - PILOT. ?' ' ?BY THE? ' ?flRGLNIAN AND PILOT PUBLI8HLNO ' " COMPANY. KM VIRGINIAN AND DAILY PILOT. (Consolidated March. IMS.)_ Enured at the Postofnce at Norfolk, t/m., ?j? second-class matter. _ OFFICE: PILOT BUlbDINO, ?1 CITY HAUL AVENUE. norfolk. va. OFFICERS: A. H. Grandy. President: W. S. Wilk? inson, Treasurer; James E. Allen, bec **ltry BOARD OF DIRECTORS: A H Grandy tu D Starke, Jr.. T. YV. eiie'lton, R. W. ShulUce. VY. S. Wilkinson. Jsuuea E. Allen. D. F. Donovan._ Til IC KU de? IH PKK COI'T. subscription rates: The VIRGINIAN-PILOT Is de'dverea *! ?ubJcrlbers by carriers in No'foJ*_n.nJ vicinity, Pcrtsmoiuh. Berkley, b" in West Norfolk. Newport News, totW cents per week, paytblo to tho carrier. Jiy mall, to any place In Iba uniieu States, postage free: > JUAIl.Y. eue year - ?.1.00 - ?tauiontlia ? 11.00 " Iiiree inonth? - - " um' im an 10 ? * " *?'** ADVERTISING RATES: Advertise? ments Insertea at the rale of 1?,cCn,s?tt tjquaro Hrat Insertion; each sub...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 13 May 1899

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES TWO. THREE a nth ftvf ?&s&LWEzix 'Pure Makes t!ie food more delicious and wholesome 1111 mwMw R0V4L *Ajtt*o rowrc* CO., h?*7 vowt. COURT DECISIONS. Notes of Cases Recently Decided, Which are of Interest to Our People. DIGESTED BY W- B- MARTIN. (Exclusively for Virginian-Pilot.) RICHMOND R. & E. CO. V. BROWN*. Supreme Court or Appeals of Virginia, March 's:.. ist??. PRIVATE PERSONS MAY MOVE FOR A MANDAMUS TO ENFORCE A PUBLIC DUTY, NOT DUE TO THE GOVERNMENT AS SUCH. MANDAMUS WIPE DIE TO COMPEL AN ELECTRIC RAILROAO COM? PANY TO TRANSFER PASSEN? OERS UPON CERTAIN CONDI? TIONS MENTIONED IN THE OR? DER OF THE COUNTY JUDGE OF HENRICO COUNTY, AUTHORIZ? ING IT TO OPERATE ITS ROAD IN SAID COUNTY. SUCH CONDITIONS APE A PART OF THE ORGANIC LA W GOVERN? ING THE c< IM PAN Y. AN ACTION AT LAW DOES NOT AFFORD AN ADEQUATE REME? DY IN SUCH CASE. This was a petition for a mandamus l>y Brown to pom pel the defendant ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 13 May 1899

LATEST TELEGRAPH .NEWS, CONTINUED FROM ~FIRST PAGE. lit REUNION DT AN END (Continued from First Tage.) which wo fought There has been noth? ing said by the United states Govern? ment that looks to the care of the graves of our Boldlers In the Northern States. It jolts us In the light Of going before that Government und asking for something from those who slew our men." Here the speaker was interrupt? ed by cheers and applause front some of (lie members, and cries of "Amen." Continuing, Mr. .Martin said Hint the South had no desire to commit the core of its graves to strangers. Could the voices of the dead be heard they would prefer to lie in an unmarked grave rather than the most costly mausoleum if wo had to ask for it. Proceeding, he began a discussion of the right of self government, ami started to quote President McKinley, when he was called t'> order with cries of "no politics." The confusion was terrific, and his remarks were unintelligible at times. PEPOHT DEFENDED...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 13 May 1899

THE NE)WS FROM THE OLD NORTH STATE AND ITS CAPITAL OUR RALEIGH NEWS BUDGET Meeting of Grand Bodies Fraternal Orders. 1 DAVID SCHENCK DEAD I It)- 4>riiinl l.oclicn tit Odd 1 rlluin n>id mid tir??t?'onuell oritrd Mou nc uacf OUIcrr.t???ld TelBffrnpb Itwio* ?trat?red? Mio Kimo Farms?The Iliiildlui; nnd l.unu 4LMOClationa nro I'uyln;: Tuxes. Raleigh, N. C. May 12?The Grand Lodge of Odd Fellows met yesterday morning and again last night, remain? ing in session until after midnight. There was considerable discussion at the night session of the motion to re? duce the salary of the Grand Secretary, nnd some warm speeches were made. The proposed reduction from Jioo to $.r.o per month was voted down overwhelm? ingly. THE NEW OFFICERS. The following officers were elected for the ensuing year: Grand Master?Dr. John a. Steven?, of Clinton. Deputy Grand Master?Marcus W. Jacobi, of Wilmington. Grand Warden?Robert W. Murray, of Greensboro. Grand Secretary?b> h. Wood...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 13 May 1899

NEWS FROM RICHMOND AND OTHER PARTS OF VTPaTMTA RICHMOND NEWS AND GOSSIP Senatorial Convention Will Bs Galled, it is Thought, SOLAR HALO APPEARS Rot. John Jasper, Who Relieve* Tlinl the "Nan no Move" t*njn Ttiln l>ho? nomino ol tho IleitTrnn Is n Wi?rti Ins to IhoWlchml-GoTCrnar 4 j i< r Asked to Nnbserlbo to Fund to Pnrcunso 1 in; For Rational Oov. crunienl, (Special to Vlrglnian-Pilot.) Richmond, Va., May 12?It seems that there is little question of the Demo? cratic Stale Committee's calling a State convention to nominate :i candi? date for the United States Senate, or to 1 udo]>t a method by which choice is to be made. While three-fifths, at least, of the members of the committee are opposed to tho objects of the Senatorial con? ference, and believe in the selection of candidates in the old way, there will be Utile opposition to a convention be? ing held. It is believed to be true, also, that the majority prefer a convention to a Drlmary. The major...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 13 May 1899

SHIPPING REPORT. JTorclX" ??">' C-ni?*twl?a. May 12. 1899. ARRIVED. British stmp. Wlldcroft. Cassap, Ship Island, to coal. British stmp. Westhall, Morgan, Brunswick, to coal. British stmn. Germania, Llllle. Gal veston, to coal. Sehr. Thomas J. Seward, Brannock, "Washington, stone. Sehr. Klecta Bailey, Clay, New York. II-lit. Sehr. Helena. E. Russell, Russell, New York, light (error). Sehr. Elizabeth, -..Baltimore, coal. Sehr. Harlan W. Huston, Huston, North Carolina, lumber. Sehr. Abble H. Gheen, Taylor, New York, fertilizer. Bohr. Cactus, Wiley, New York, light. Tug General Motl, towing one barge, Philadelphia, light. CLEARED. British stmp. Wildcroft, Cassap. Rot? terdam, coaled. British stmp. Thrya, Dunning, Rot? terdam, cargo. Iirltisli stmp. Westhall. Morgan, Liv? erpool, coaled. British stmp. Germania, Llllle, Liver? pool, coaled. American stmr. John W. Garrett,-, Elizabeth City, light, tow of Norfolk and Western tug No. 2. Bchr. Harlan W. Huston, Huston, Philadelphi...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 13 May 1899

PORTSMOUTH LOCAL NEWS AND ADVERTI^Fmfmtq CHRONICLES OF INTEREST Portsmouth, The Beautiful City By the Sea, FOUND HERE AND THERE 1 ha Latest IIup|ieulnga la the (In nncl run iiir I'reaentod lu foncHc I'orm For (ho KdlOcnllau of Vir? i- I ii i u ii - I'll ?i Kenilcra Hero nml Mim iicrn ? dioaulp For l'coiilo Wlio Ileslrc to licep routed. Monumental M. E. Church to-mor? row, Rev. Li. B. Betty, pastor?Preach? ing nt 11 a. in. and s p. m. Love Feast and Experience meeting at 4 p. m. Re? vival services at night and every lllght during the week at 8 o'clock. A cor? dial Invitation extended to all to ut tend. Mrs. T. G. Parker, of Comity street, Jefl yesterduy morning for Charleston, 111., to visit her husband s relatives. Misa M. E. Thomas and Mr*. I'- A. ?vkes left for Old Point and 1 lampion yesterday morning to visit relatives and friends. Walter Mitchell, the colored man who phot at Buck Robinson yesterday, was charged with an "attempt to kill'' on the Police Court docket yesterday; bu...

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