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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 16 May 1899

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES TWO, THREE AND FIVE WE ATH ER R EPORT. Washington, D. C, Muy 15, 18D9. Forccust for TuosUay: For Virginia?Fair Tuesday: proba? bly showers Wednesday; variable winds shifting to fresh easterly. For North Carolina?Fair Tuesday and probably Wednesday; fresh south? easterly winds. Norfolk nntl VIipIiiIIt WEATHER FORECAST FOR TO? DAY . Continued cool and partly cloudy to cloudy weather; fresh easterly to north easterly winds. May 15, 1899. TEMPERATURE. RAINFALL AND HUMIDITY. Mnximum temperature . '.. Kt Minimum temperature . 51 Normal temperature . 65 Departure from normal .plus ? Departure from normal since Janu? ary 1st .minus G4 Rainfall in past 24 hours ....v?... 0 Ralnfull since 1st of month .1.11 Mean humidity . 7S CALENDAR. Sun rlF^s tit 4:55 a. in. and sets at 7:07 p. m. TIDES. Norfolk?High water, 1:37 n. 2:2.'! p. in. Low water, 7:7J a. 8:13 n. m. old Point?High water, 1:18 n 2:02 p. ni- Low water, 7:38 a. 7:52 p. ni. m. nnd m. and m. and m. and Monu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 16 May 1899

VIRGINIAN-PILOT. ?BY THE? (VIRGINIAN AM' PILOT PUBLISHING COMl'AN i". KORFOLK VIRGINIA1! ?ND DAILY PILOT. (Consolidated March, ims.) Entere-d at Hie Powtofneo at Norfolk, |V?., <i? accond-c la?.i nutter. OFFICE: piurr i:i;i:.dino. ; city HAI.L. AVENUE. NORFOLK. VA. OFTICERS: A. H. Ora-idy. President; W. 15. Wilk? inson, Treasurer; Juntos E. Alien, .Slo retary. ) BOARD OF DIRECTORS: A. H. Orandy, L. n Starke, Jr.. T. W. Bhelton. lt. W. Shultlce W. S. Wilkinson, ?Juim-d K. Alba, 1 >. 1'. Donovan. Til KHK CJ1JSI I'M VtiK <:;>!?*/. SUBSCRIPTION RATES'. Tbc VIRGINIAN-PIIjOT ts delivered to subscribers by carrier* In Norfolk and vicinity Portsmouth. Berkley. Suffolk. (West Norfolk. Newport News, for 10 cents per week, payable to Ihe carrier. Jty mull, lo un'y placo lu the Untied States, postage free: )DAll.t,oiic 7?ar - J.l.n? nix Diouthia - ?.00 M lb roe mmiilia - - J.'iO ** one it i on in ? *, ? .ao ADVERTISING ltATFTS: AHvertlse uicnts Insert...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 16 May 1899

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES TWO, THREE AND FIVE Makes the food more delicious and wholesome ROvRt PO/ ncf? CO., HfW YORK. COURT DECISIONS. Notes of Cases Recently Decided, Which arc of Interest to Our People, DIGESTED BY W- B. MARTIN. (Exclusively for Virginian-Pilot.) - " 4 SOUTHERN R. CO. V. BRUCE. Supreme Court of Appeals of Virginia, April 0, 1899. IT IS THE DUTY OF A RAILROAD COMPANY TO USE REASONABLE CARE TO AVOID INJURY TO ONE UPON ITS RIO (IT OF WAY~AS A LICENSEE, AND THE LICENSEE MUST TAKE ORDINARY PRECAU? TIONS FOR HIS OWN SAFETY. UPON THE DEFENCE OF CON? TRIBUTORY NEGLIGENCE Till-: QUESTION IS NOT WHETHER PLAINTIFF'S N E O L I G E N C B CAUSED. BUT WHETHER IT CON? TRIBUTED TO, THE INJURY. THE BURDEN OP PROVING CON? TRIBUTORY NEGLIGENCE IS ON DEFENDANT, BUT IF PLAIN? TIFF'S EVIDENCE RAISES A PRESUMPTION OF CONTRIBU? TORY NEGLIGENCE, THE BUR? DEN IS IMMEDIATELY UPON IHM TO REBUT IT. iiiis was a suit brought by the ad? ministrator ?if Bruce against the rail? road company fo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 16 May 1899

LATEST TELEGRAPH NEWS, CONTINUED FROM FIRST PAGE. ADMIRAL KAUTZ He Describes the Fight With Mataafa April 1st. BRAVE ENSIGN fYiOSM ACH AN i'ji 11 urt> of Iii? Coll ?im lo Work I'roprrly Clio ('miss ol Iii? Aim ri cnu mill llrlllnh Deleni?Surticou I.onu C'oiiimcMdfil lor llrnvcry? ?:11 i ? 11 Mounelian Mitiiils Ilravelj l?.y Wounded Llcnl. l.n'tisdiilc niul QItcm lint lie Minvl? ?it andril 10 a Sporr oT SnviltrOB. (By Telegraph lo Virginian-Pilot.) Washington, May 15.?Secretary Long to-day made public so much ot a re? cent report from Admiral Kautz upon Samoan affairs as touches the killing of a number of American sad irs by the Mataafa adherents near Apia on the fust of April. The report is an elaboration of the description of the affair which was ca? bled at the time by the Associated Press Itoni Auckland. No mention Is made at any point of the reported partici? pation In the affray of the German, Huffnngle, the manager of thej planta? tion where the light occurred. It I...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 16 May 1899

the; news' from the old north state and its capftaT Development of North Carolina Gold Mining Property, A NEW IY11LL STARTED ??liiator marlon Butler situlylus i.nw ? Ixro l.litlo <?l>liiir<m I'omiult >? Horrible Murder ? TilO Trade iioaiti orJoseph Itiii.a?Ntnio Med? Ici.l Noclftly la Conrftii? nt Ail?? vllic, SIny aO?Capital Kotos, Raleigh, N. C, May 15.?A Corres- | poncicnt, writing from Rocky Mount, Enys: There Is :'i the Planters' Rank here a bar of sold valued at nine hundred ] dollars, tin: result of one week's run i at lie- Arrlngton-Mann mine, a few miles Crom here at Argo, In Nash county. On .Monday the mill, with a capacity at nrty tens per day, will be started there. There ate hundreds of thousands of pay ore m sight in tiie different mining j properties of the district The mill will he increased to its full capacity?one i hundred tons per day, as soon as sume net essary repair's to the machinery nie ] com Pie1 ted. An eighteen ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 16 May 1899

NEWS FROM RICHMOND AND OTHER PARTS OF VIRGINIA RICHMOND NEWS AND GOSSIP Wagers Laid on What Chairman Ellyson Will Do, he maintains: silence Will 0>tc A'o Intlmntlon of What Conn* fie Will Puraao?A Feollnsr of (orinlniy Xhat There Will Ito it Candidate For Senator nil ItcMilt of Blajr Couferenco?A Widow lu Trouble. r (Special to Vlrglnlan-Pllot.) Richmond, Va., May 15.?Many bets are being made In Richmond ns to whether Mr. Ellyson will call a meet? ing of the State Committee to pass upon the request of the conference here last Wednesday for a State Senatorial convention. It Is claimed by those who oppose a convention that the committee has not the authority to order a convention for the purpose of making a nomination for the Senate. Therefore, Mr. Ellyson will not ask the committee to consider a request to do that which It has not the right to do. Upon the other hand, those who fa? vor a convention making nomination, including both the papers of this c.ly, argue that the c...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 16 May 1899

it i: a i/i Y. REMARKABLE INCREAS : IN VAL? UES AND WHAT IT TEACHES. (Communicated.) The most striking sign of ttie times la tho rapid Increase of values. For a series of months the stock markets have exhibited wonderful activity and enormous transactions. Long before tho return of prosperity, personal property manifested every Indication of being tho favorite investment; and there Were many reasons for It. For example real estate bore almost the entire bur? den of taxation: Kineo it was easy to hide personal property. And the fact that stocks and bonds formed the basis of ready negotiation with banks and Individual capitalists gave the holders every facility for transacting business at once. Not so, however, with renl es? tate, which did not command as prompt a sale. But now all is changed! The movement North is already on a grand scale: not more remarkable, in? deed, the excitement in the stock mar? ket than the general rise of real es? tate. In a recent Interview lite late Gov? e...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 16 May 1899

P^^T^^??TH ??QC?L~NEWS7\ND ADVERT15=;Fl^Fisrf^ Portsmouth, Tho Beautiful City By tlio Sea. FOUND HERE AND THERE Tba i\:>.tr?f Happening* In Iho City ftttd Coilll If S'r< ?onlcii III (?iiflio J'orm for Rdllleiktlon of Vir? giiiinii'i'llot Render* Here nnd 1 l.rnlirr? ? <So*?ip I'lir I'cople' Mtio Ueslro to liovp l'nkiccl. Two hundred and seventy-five Hun? garians, Poles, etc., tuottidini; cliildren of ail UgCS, arrived lill tins city yes? terday morning tit i o'clock via Seubord Air Line, anu remained uround tlie depot iiiiill last night. They left via the Lay Lino for Baltimore, wiilch is their iiume, Ta-y had been to lilloxl, Alisa., v. here they were engaged tu oyster Bhueklng. Miss Sadie riyBlop is quite sick at her residence, on Washington street, near Bart street. The telegraph contest, which was to have taken place at Plniier's Point last night between the telegraphers of the Southern Railway and Atlantic Coast Line, hau been lndellnltely post?...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 16 May 1899

PORTSMOUTH LOCAL NEWS AND ADVERTISEMENT^ ACCEPT NO MATTRESS WITHOUT THE AFOVE TRADE MARK. If you would be happy and sleep well, buy the . . . . . RATE NT RE: LT LAR MATTRESS I Don't take a cheap cotton mattress, some will tell you are just as good. QBNDHDN BICYCLES! Carriages, Go-Carts, Furni? ture?all styles; prices lowest. Carpets?all makes. Prices cut. nave, coupons for Ftove contest. T RECEIVED ?Another fresh consignment of those? ROYAL ENGLISH BLUE SERGE SUITS, ?1 hat we are selling for? They were such good values that we sold entirely out of trie-first lot, and now we are ready with another fresh lot. Hind- their equal if you can for StO.OO. We have also a lot of Fancy Cassimercs, Cheviots and Coverts at Hie same price. Also a lot of Men's Business Suits for $3.80 that would make you won? der how we can sell them for such a low figure. Boys' School Suits, $1.48 and jSi.qs. Boys' Knee Pants for ioc. UNDERWEAR KND SHIRTS! The right kind at the right prices at the NSHW YORK CLOTH...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 16 May 1899

Review oe the Markets; Shipping News; and Real Estate Business. REYIEWOF MARKETS FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL Stock!), Honey, Exchange, Bonds, Grain, Cotton, Provisions, Etc. New York, May 15.?Opening quota? tions in the stock market wer.- a vigor? ous notice served on all parties that ample capital was forthcoming to take up all offerings whfch timid holders of the so-called ?'i?wer stocke chose to of? fer, and also to the bears that power? ful weapons were on hand to resist any onslaught by them. The different mein? bcrs of tho Flower group were opem 1 up l to ;t points above Saturday's close, the favorites of the late financial ?i- al cr. Brooklyn Rapid Transit and Peo. pie's (Sac?, leading the rise. Now York Air Brake, in its usual volatile manner, made an exceptional rise of II |> 'int.'! In the ilr.-u few minutes. These aggres? sive tactics served t.> dissipate any un? easiness In the speculative mind re? maining afiqr tho violent lluctuatloris in Saturday's ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 17 May 1899

?" in i i . i i11 ij i in i ii iii i in i ji mi mi hi: ? ml IN TWO PARTS. tTTTt??T"fM1THtTtt?fM?TTTM"fritij' V*?J?lllil?tillllMllllUI??l?lI?ill?lltlU?JulUl.U??-*i?M*UAJS \ WEATHER FORECAST FOR TO-DAY \ NORFOLK. AND VICINITY? ^ Partly cloudy, With nearly jta j Honary temperature; fresh southeast 2 erly to iouthcrly winds. A OL. Ill?NO. 40. NORFOLK, VA? WEDNESDAY, MAY IT, 1899?TWELVE RA? BS. THREE CENTS PBR COPY. LATEST NEWS OF THE WORLD BY TELEGRAPH AND OABLE}~N^*i Eight Former British Officers Under Arrest. THOSE LODGED II' JAIL Al>|?rrtir:nl<'.l nt Jolinint embers; on llir Clin reo of lllft'li Tr?iM??ii Aanlimi tun Trnnsvnnl Itrpubllc ? K.vccii tlve ?Oiiiicll Meets let Kitrci Sc.. k!m ii mill UoiimlilorM Hto Ari*c<Mn Intense l.x<*l lenient ?1 Pretoria Furilter Warrants Issued, tr.y TUcgraph to Vlrstnlan-Fllot.l Pr< torla, Transvall Republic, May 16. ?The arrest at Johann? aburg early this morning of seven alleged former Brit? i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 17 May 1899

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES TWO, THREE, FIVE ANDSIxT WANTED. I WANTED. ?TO BORROW J1.000 FOR rlvo years, ut C per cent., with which to vurchaso lot und build house, giving Fame as security; will pay Interest send annually. Address J. N. F., caro Vlrgin lan-Fllot office. myl8-3t* WANTED, YOl'R ATTENTION. ? USE PERFECTION GASOLINE BTOVK TOFH, SAVES ONE-THIRD FUEL. Ketpa food warm and w.ll not burn. A loiis-fcU need supplied. J. W. JTENTIIESS, Agent, 359 Churlotto street. mylG-im -txt ANTED?A POSITION AS RAW ?V lller (band or circular). Have had idno years' practical experience. Best of roferenco./furnlshed. Address, J. F. GOOD? WIN, Court land. Vn. my 14-31 WANTER-I'OR THE MONTHS OF July and August, a pleasant Cii furnlshcd Room with Board, in private family, for gentleman, wife and baby. References exchanged. Address, "July und August," care Virginian-Pilot Office. myll-su,tu,wd-3f WANTED?TWO HOURS' WORK ON set of books each day for a few rnontlis, or light oftlce work. Best refer? ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 17 May 1899

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES TWO, THREE, FIVE AND SIX. WEATHER REPORT. Washington, May 16.?Weather fore? cast for Wednesday: Virginia?Unsettled weather, with probably showers Wednesday; Thurs? day fair; winds mostly southerly, with probably squalls on coast. North Carolina?Fair Wednesday and probably Thursday; fresh 60Uth winds. Norfolk nml Yleliilly. WEATHER FORECAST FOR TO? DAY. Partly cloudy, with nearly stationary temperature; fresh southeasterly to southerly winds. TEMPERATURE, RATNFAL.fi AND HUMIDITY. May IG, 1S99. "Maximum temperature . RS Minimum temperature ..'.. 5S Normal temperature . G? Departure fro normal .'.plus 8 Departure since Jan. is;.minus 50 Rainfall in past 24 hours.0 Rainfall since 1st of month.1.11 Moan humidity . 00 CALENDAR. Sun rises, 4:54 a. m.; sets, 7:07 p. m. TIDES. Norfolk ?High water, 2:26 a. m. and 3:15 p. m.; low water, 8:46 a. m. and 9:0S p. in. Old Point ?High water, 2:f?:> a. m. and 2:">4 p. m.; low water, S:'"."; a. m. and...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 17 May 1899

VIRGINIAN - PILOT. ^ ?BY THE? (VIRGINIAN AND PILOT PUBLISHING COMPANY._ StS VIRGINIAN AND ~DAILY PILOT. (Consolidated Mai oil. 1V.h0_ 'Entered at the PortofiH-o nt Norfolk. IV?.. ?a ?econd-cl.i.?3 matter. r PFPICBJ PILOT lUTlLOlNO. ?SJi city hall, avenue. & ' norfolk. va._ ? OFFICERS: A. I?. Granny. I'resldent; W. S. Wilk? inson, Treasurer; James 13. Alien. Sec? retary. COARU Or DIRECTORS: A. II Grandy. L. D. Starke, Jr.. T. W. ffihelton, K. VV. Shul . ? v.. s. Wilkinson, ^aaiuea K. Allen, D. l '. Donovan._ riuiKi; i K.vi s i'BKcoer, ? subscription rates: The VIKGINIAN-P1LOT Is delivered to j eub.-crlljtrs l>v carriers In No/folk and ' vicinity, Portsmouth. Berkley, ButTolk. ItVest Norfolk. Newport News, for 10 conts pir week payable to the carrier. By mall, to any place Ui Gi? Lniu-d i t?tate.-. postage tree: I **A 11.If, vn?> y ?-.?r " " " &|k< ?? siKiuoiittta - ? ? j.'y lllrrr montlM - ? Ji> iiiir'iuoulli ? ADVKl...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 17 May 1899

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES TW?7THREE Makes the food more delicious and wholesome BOV?l CUNT rj5V.CEH CO., HEW YORK. HOI STUDY IMLE (Continued from Fourth Page.) She may make him secretary for for? eign affairs, and then she will usk him to advise her ns to the proper person to appoint to each of the other lifty ofhees made vacant by r< slgnntlon. Sir "Win. Campbcll-Banncrman will consult j ?with liberal leader of the bouse of lords and possibly a few other liberal ,leaders, and they will make up a list Of Statesmen to net With themselves in the liberal cabinet. The liberal cabinet, thus formed, w.ll agree upon :?. list of Influential liberals to till the other va? cant places In the ministry. The queen appoints upun the recommendation of the prime minister. In the new house the liberals will take their places to the right i>r Hie sneaker, and the conser? vatives ivi 11 occupy the scats of the op? position. Some members of the cabinet I tire always in the hous...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 17 May 1899

LOCAL, NEWS CONTINUED FROM PfiGE FlYE FROM PAGE ONE. BRIEF ITEMS OF INTEREST, Mrs. Fluffier, Mis. Qulnnn anrS Mr. Henry Quinaii, who have been the guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. De-Witt, left yesterday for their home at New York, I Washington and Baltimore and t hi" railroad. Mr. 1*. J. McPhllllps. representing M i- i- Bros., "i New York, who has been in Norfolk lor several day-, re? turned to New York last night via the i lid I lomlnlon si. aincr. A large number of delegates to the ! . ibyterian meeting at Richmond l< ft Norfolk yesterday, and more will foil iw to-day. There will be a meeting or the Wash? ington Circle the King's Daughters at the home of Miss James, 23 v irk Place, to-merrow at ii o'cloi '^ ? ??? ni Mrs. Robert Reld ami daughter, Miss Marli lt. Heid, leave for Baltimore to? day, where they will remain s< veral weeks visiting relatives. The Seaside flub of Ocean View has opemd its club house for the season. The opening was a dcllghttlld ri union. Th...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 17 May 1899

THgJNEWg FROM THE OLD NORTH STATE AND ITS CAPITA! * OUR RALEIGH NEWS BUDGET Preliminary Hearings in Greenville Murder and Arson Gases. ENCACEMENTANNOUNCED TWO HlMprcfn Sent ??? Ctritlfll Jury - Keilrt!N From ihr Ministry?l*en? limly Kcliiilnrnlilpa ? Counterfoil Moiii'3' in Circulation i.iBhtnlMe Til rut II air IJrjty? Tlio ItiiloiRtiN i-mi lu I lie Male Museum Noioi. Raleigh, N. C, May jr..?A special from Greenville soys: ? (no "f the largest crowds ever assem? bled In tli>- courthous <.r Pitt county was present yesterday at the prelimi? nary trial oi" the Dpngola murder and arson case, which was continued from last Monday. Detective I. Spondour, of Smith, West and Lyons' Detective Po? lice Agency, Baltimore, worked eight days "it the e.'ise and developed some Important t< stlmony. ? H \ urrcsts were made In all, and the trial to-i.tt y was before a court of five magistrates and lusted from 10 o'clock until 0:30. Nothing was fuuUd against four of th...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 17 May 1899

NEWS FROM RICHMOND AND OTHER PARTS? OF VIRGINIA. RICHMOND NEWS AND GOSSIP There Will Be No Convention to Nominate Senator. i - MARTIN WILL CONTEST HS? Irlrnili In linn ftlnjorKy on N(n(P Committee nud Ar? Oppoaort to Coot?Dllon-A DUnppenrniion Kx? plitlued?Meeting: of Street Rnll wny And fr.lectrlcal A??oclatlon IMoceann Council or Virginia to Convene. (Special to Vlrclni.in-Pllot.) Richmond. V.l., May 16.?It seems to | be the general belief now that there will be no State convention to nomi? nate a Senatorial candidate. Senator Martin's friends, who are greatly In the majority on the State Committee, oppose it. Mr. Ellyson is expected to receive from lion. William A. Ander? son, when he returns here from Char? leston to-day, the formal request of the conference for a convention, lie is ex? pected to call the committee together at once to act on the request. I have it from a. source <iulte close to Mr. Martin, that the committee will hear the request, and In reply will ad...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 17 May 1899

SHIPPING REPORT. Corclsn autl CVMtlflll, MAY 16TH, 1899. | ARRIVED. Br. stmi). King Bleddyn, Llddlc, New York (12th), to cargo. Br. stnip. John Bright, Keen, Fen sueulu. to coul. Br. stmp. Atbnra, Sullivan, New Or leuns, to coul. Br. stmp. Pinner's Point, 'Wall, Liv? erpool, to cargo. Sehr. Ephrlam & Anna. -, Bnl tlmore. llirht. Sehr. Charles G. Joyce, Wheatlcy, Hampton, light. Tug Triton, Baltimore, light Sehr. Eddie, Thomas, Baltimore, light. CLEARED Br. stmp. King Bleddyn, Liddle, Tain pico, coke. Sehr. Cora C. Meader, Mender, Georgetown, S. C., coal. SAILED. Br. Btmp. Thordisa, Thomas. Ant? werp. Sehr. Mary E. Graham, Medley, New Haven. Sehr. Mary Stahdlsh, ?-, Boston Sehr. Marion Rockhill, Cranmcr. New York. Sehr. Mabel Rose, Walton, New Haven. Sehr. Albert Mason. G:\le, Now York. Sehr. John A. Curtis. Travels, Haiti more. ALDEMAR LE AND CHESAPEAKE CANAL. ARRIVALS. NORTH BOUND. Lighter Hamilton Bonds, wood, from Albemarle and Chesapeake Canal to Norfolk. SOUTHBIIUND...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 17 May 1899

PORTSM?UTR1.QCAL NEWS AND ADVERTISEMFNTR CHRONICLES OFJNTEREST fortsmoiiihi The Beautiful City By the Sea. fOUND HERE AND THERE trtae Latest Huppenliua In tlio City find County I*renoiilc?l in ?'ourl?e form For ino i:tllfloatlon <>f Vir? glnlnii-l'llot ISfndrri Hero mnl llUcHhrrn ? <.<>B"li> For People Wtoo Dcnlre lo Keep ro?lcil. Prof. M. P. Kruger, showing his rip- j preciatlon to tin- band master of Sea? board Air Line Bond, appeared with the organization yesterday, much to the delight of his many Portsmouth ii iends. Attention is railed to the advertise-] Iriciit of Hotel Vernoh, in which they announce thai tlte hotel will be tin-own open to tho public to-day. There will he music and dancing to-night. The public Is Invih .I. Miss Leila limit, of Pa Hi in ore. I? vis? iting Mr. Samuel Burroughs' family at auoo Washington street. Attention is called to the advertise ?nein tif New York Clothing Company, In which they...

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