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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 19 May 1899

THE NEWS FROM THE OLD NORTH STATE AND ITS CAPITAL OUR RALEIGH NEWSBUDGET Meeting of State Board of Inter? nal Improvements. ELECTION OF DIRECTORS A l>einan<l 9IniIo Upon novcrnor Rn> ?ell For Hooka null Pitpera - Jfevv Rules For Covrrimicut of I'on. lieuilnry- uiiivrrsliy Commence? ment I'rogrnni ? Will Kol I.onvc ltaieigu. Raleigh, N. C, May IS.?A, meeting of the North Carolina S'.ate Board Internal Improvements was held here yesterday afternoon at 4 o'clock in the ofllce of Mr. Amilstead Jones. The board was duly organized by electing Armlstead Jones president aud K. F. Latnb secretary. On motion the following were duly elected directors of the Atlantic and North Carolina Railroad Company for a term of ono year, beginning on the day of the next general annual meet? ing of tho stockholders (September 28th), viz: James A. Bryan, Craven; L. Harvey, I.enolr; Samuel C. Sugg, Urccne; T. C. Whitaker, Jones; Louis C. Daniels, Pamllco; James Westbrook, "Way...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 19 May 1899

NEWS FROM RICHMOND AND OTHER PARTS OF VIRGINIA. RICHMOND NEWS AND GOSSIP Democratic Committee Requested to Call a Convention. THE CHAIRMAN'S REPLY Congressman Junes Will .Not Ho n CnnUftlnto For 17. ?. NenntO- (!i?v? ernor Tyler's CnnUUIucy-'Vlelorin Fnrunco Co Itesunio Operations? sioovy Bull Bond? Prcsbjrterlnn Central Assembly. JT' (Special to Virglnlan-rilot.) , * Richmond, Va., May 18.?Hon. J. Tay- i lor Ellyson. chairman ut the Demo-1 cratic State Central Committee, to-day] Informed Hon. William A. Anderson, chairman of the Senatorial conference, that he would call a meeting of the committee to consider the request of the conference for a State convention to nominate a candidate for the Senate or to submit a plan whereby a popular! pelectlon may be made by means ot a primary election. Mr. Anderson, accompanied by Mr. L. C. Garnott, secretary or the Senato? rial Reform League, wont to Mr. El lyson's office at 1 o'clock, nnd the for? mer presented the written request ot the conf...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 19 May 1899

THE WORLD OF SPORT HOW THE CLUBS STAND. Won. Lost. For Ct St. Louis . 19 7 .731 Brooklyn.19 S .705 Chicago .18 8 .02 Philadelphia.17 10 .?o Cincinnati.1? S .< Boston . 16 11 .59:5 Baltimore.!3 13 ?WW Louisville.10 16 .3 Nc.v York . D l? ? "? Pittsburg. 9 10 .*W ?Washington. 5 21 Cleveland . 'i 2G ? "??30 ATLANTIC CITY, 21: BRAMBLE? TON. 2. A match gam.- of ball was played yesterday In Berkley between Atlantic City a.nd" Brambleton. The name was a one-sided affair which resulted In au easy victory for the Atlantic City boys, the score being 21 to 2. .Montague was In tine trim and did excellent work, striking out thirteen men and giving only o'no man first base oh balls. Put? nam also did fairly well .islderlllg the support he received. The features of the K?me were the home runs of the Jones brothers, and the one-handed stop of an apparently three-base hit by A. Jones. Mnpp also deserves to be mentioned on account of his hitting, making two two-base hits and a three base h...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 19 May 1899

portsmouthT?cal news and advertisements CHRONICLES OF INTEREST Portsmouth, The Beautiful City By the Sea. rOUND HERE AND THERE j ~ / I.;.tr?t Hnppeulng* In llio City nnd roomy Prcnriitctl )u <?oiirlNc / oriii Fur Hi" lC?UI5ei?llon of Vlri pllllnilxl'Ilot Hinilcri II CIO mill Elsewhere ? c;o?*lp For I*co|tlo u bo Desire to Keep i*onte?i. At the Juno meeting of the City ?chool Board teachers for the coming Bcholustic year will be selected. A committee of ladles from the Me? morial Association will be at the Ma* sonic Temple this morning from &:30 to L' |>. in., "to receive llowers for deco? ratjng the graved of Confederate sol? diers. -Mary Walker, ? colored woman, is in Jail, charged with the larceny of a gold watch, the property of a lady living in South Portsmouth. She will be given a hearing this morning. Lieutenant .1. C. Cresop, 1*. S. N., recently ordered to the receiving ship Franklin at this station, will hot do duty there, but the order has ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 19 May 1899

PORTSMOUTH LOCAL NEWS AND ADVERTISEMENTS Summer GomTopt? Glotnmo ?at less? THAN BARGAIN RATES! - Men's Pure Wool Royal English Serge Suits that cost elsewhere $10.00, our price S7.50. Men's Business and Dress Suits, fancy, mixtures and plain shades, at $3-90, S4.90, $5.90, $6.90 and $7.50, that wilt cost you 40 per cent, more elsewhere. Our special line of Men's Pants at $1.19 cannot be bought elsewhere for less than Si.50. Boys' Knee Pants Suit $1.4S and upwards; School Pant's, from 3 to 14 years, at 19c. Men's Underwear, different shades, at 25c. Men's Jean Drawers, at 25c. Men's Half-Hose at Sc., fast colors. Men's Soft Working Shirts at 35c. also Shirts with two separate col? lars, at 50c. And hundreds of other things visually kept at a first-class Man's Out? fitters at equally low prices at the NEW YORK CLOTHING CO., (THE LEADING OUTFITTERS OF PORTSMOUTH ) 21 1 High Street - Portsmotttli? Vca. THAT'S A " HAND - ME Never hear that said about our Clothing. Take it where you will,...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 19 May 1899

Review oe the Markets; Shipping 'News: and Real Estate Business. RE VIEW OF MARKETS FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL Stocks, Honey, Exchange, Bonds, Grain, Cotton, Provisions, Etc. New York, May IS.-The day ended on the Stock Exchange with the hears apparently unopposed and in complete possession ol the market. They made a tierce attack on prices along the whole line in the fluid hour after ev? idences of realizing at various points In the list had become quite palpable. The largest volume of profit-taking sales canrt upon the market after quite an extended list of railroad stocks had been taken in band and pushed up to a decidedly higher level. This move? ment In the railroads continued aftot the leading specialties had begun to go down, and gave a suggestion of a shift lng of speculation by taking out profits from the specialties and putting them Into railroads. The railroad list suc? cumbed to the late attack, many stocks losing between 1 and 2 points and l!ur llngton dropping 2ft below ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 20 May 1899

r"""lllliUlMililii J Ulli, uiiiilll.1 IUI Hilf ?V? IN TWO PARTS. TTTTF TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTitlATYTM ^'imillllmUll""""?'""?"""""1"" >1I1?I1A1^ WEATHER FORECAST FOR TO-D?Y IL f NORFOLK AND VICINITY? Fair, with rising temperature; winds northwest becoming variable. ' ?T'TTTTT'.fTTT VOL. Ill?NO. 43. LATEST NEWS OF THE WORLD BY TELEGRAPH AND CABLE HAVANA IN A FERMENT AGAIN How Cubans Construe Demand For Their Arms. WHAT BROOKE WILL DO Hille?* "nil i ? il la I>o Ollicrwlse ? a TIlC Arm? ?r I II till II Sold Irr?; Will Bo Itepoalled Willt Jlnjrort, nuil llio 83.000,000 IH?Irllilllc?! ? Mc? Kinley'? Und FiillU-Alscrl linrjfc.l wnh DealrIns War. (By Tc?ocr.-\pli to Vlrrrtn.'an-Pllot.) Havana. May 19.?Havana Is in ft ferment again over the Idea that the Washington administration has deter? mined to take the arms of the Cuban troops and to retain them in military possession. This view of the latest news from Washington has been tele? graphed to the various cities. ALQ.BR M...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 20 May 1899

THE) NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES TWO. THREE, AND FIVE. LOST. LOST ? YOUNG JERSEY HULL strayed from my premises. No. 17 Second street, Springtielcl. Suitable reward for return of samo to I'KTIJR CUSTIS Owner. my20-3t* WANTED. WANTED. ? SOMEONE TO ADOPT a bright boy. ten years of ago, Por full particulars address "YOUTH," care this ofllce. my20-3t* WANTED?A POSITION AS SAW liler (band or clrculnr). Have had idno yrnrs' practical experience. Pest of reference furnished. Address. J. P. GOOD? WIN, Courtland, Va. myis-3t AGENTS WANTED. ~\fAN Oft LADY TO TRAVEL AND JVi. appoint agents. Established llrni. per month and all expenses to start. JIPIC Box 3:?S. Philadelphia, Pa, mh22-we,sa,sutoapl9.inyl7toJul4 ("1 KNHRAL AGENT POR TEL.E X phono tablet specialties. Lawn Sprinkler, etc.: $.'>.000 a year; enclose stamp. VICTORY MPG. CO., Cleveland, O. myl9,2l,3l-3t HELP WANTED?MALE. rrr anted. ? foreman or cap ?V tain to hnndlc pile driver.: only competent person well recommended m?ed appl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 20 May 1899

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES TWO THREE AND FIVE. WEATHER REPORT. Washington, p. c., May 19.?Fore? cast for Saturday: Virginia?Fair Saturday, with warm? er In northern portion; fresh norther? ly winds: showers Sunday. North Carolina?Fair Saturday, with .warmer 1 In eastern portion; variable winds. Increasing cloudiness Sunday. Norfolk mho llelttltr. WE ATI IK H FORECAST FOR TO-DAY. Fair, with rising temperature; winds northwest, becoming variable. TEMPERATURE. RAINFAUL. AND HUMIDITY. May 19, 1S-..0. Maximum temperature . 117 Minimum temperature . Cl Normal temperature . GS Departure from Normal.minus 4 Departure since Jan. 1st.minus 50 "Kami a II In past 24 hours.13 Rainfall since 1st of month.1.2-1 Mean humidity . S7 CALENDAR.' Sun rises, 4:02 a. m.; sets, 7:10 p. m. TIDES. Norfolk: High water, 4:59 u. m.. 5:31 p. m. Low water. 11:07 a, m., 11:45 p.m. Old Point: High water, 4::'.s a. in., 6:13 p. m. Low water, 10:40 a. m-, 11.24 p. m. IMKI?. DROWN.?At his residence In Hampton, at S ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 20 May 1899

VIRGINIAN - PILOT. ?BY THE? (VIRGINIAN AND PI BOT PUBLISHINO COMPANY. [ORFOLI VIRGINIA! AND DAILY PILOi. (Consolidated March. lta?.)_ Entered at the I'o?tofnce at Norfolk. !Va., as ?econd-class matter._ OFFICE: PILOT BUILDING. ' '' CITY BALL. AVENUE. norfolk. va. OFFICERS: A. H. Orandy. President; W. ,8. Wilk? inson, Treasurer; Jumts L. Alien, bee? ret?! y BOARD OF DIRECTORS: A. H Grandy L 1> Starke, Jr.. T. W. Ehelton, K. VV. Bhultlce. \V. S. Wilkinson, JOJitca E. Allen, V. P. Donovun. TIIKI'.r. CENT* l'lill COPT._ subscription rates: The VlItaiNIAN-PII-OT Is delivered to subscribers by carrier* In No/folk ana vicinity 1'crtsmuiiih. Berkley. bunoiK West Norfolk. Newport News, tor lu Centn per week, payable to tbo carrier By mall, to any place lu U>o Unlleu Di?tes, postage free: UAll.I .i- jnir - $5.00 ?* six uKiiitii? ... a.im Ibreomonlbi - - ** cup uioittli ? * ? ADVERTISING RATES: AOvrrllsc monts lnstrttu at the rate or 7o cents a Square, lb si Insertion: eu...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 20 May 1899

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON P^ES^TWO/THREEr^Wfr tHlilNO Powder Makes the food more delicious and wholesome _norm qa?ivq wwnrq ro., Ntw york. COURT DECISIONS. Wotes of Cases Recently Decided, Which are of Interest to Our People. DIGESTED BY W-B-MARTIN. (Exclusively for Virglnlan-Pllot.) ELMS V. LEONARD. Supreme Court of Iowa. February l. 1S99. WHERE* DEFENDANT TESTIFIED THAT Uli WAS RUN OVER HY PLAINTIFF'S CATTLE. IT WrAS ERROR FOR THE COURT TO IN? STRUCT THE JURY THAT. IN DE TERM1N1NO DEFENDANT'S NEG? LIGENCE IN NOT GETTING OUT OF THE WAY, THEY COULD CON? SIDER THE INSTINCT Will C11 USUALLY EXISTS IN THE HU M?N BREAST FOR SELF-PRE? SERVATION. Plaintiff brought this action Tor $.-,oo on a contra el made by the defendant for the purchase of i>0 head of steers. The rtefi ndant, by way of c lunterclalm, Ulleged that, on the day plaintiff look ?the cattle from defendant's farm the defendant helped t.> drive ihe cattle to the place <;f weighing, and that the fi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 20 May 1899

FEREBEE,JONESfSCO, TO 5ELL OUT THEIR ENTIRE STOCK RIGHT IN THE HEHRT OF THE SEASON. Our Enormous Stock Must be Sold Out in Ninety Days from Now, when we will Hove into our New Building, Now Being Erected for us, Corner Main and Commerce Streets. As announced yesterday, we surprise the public this morning with this startling news?We vacate this store the early part of September and by that time we have got to close out every vestige of goods in this immense establishment at whatever loss is necessary. The stock, Comprising $25,000 Worth of the Finest Ken s & Boys' Clothing & Furnishing Goods must be sold and will be sold by that time without regard to original costs. So at 8 o'clock Friday morning this MAMMOTH PER? EMPTORY SALE BEGINS, and it will be a sale that will far overshadow and far eclipse the most sanguine ideas of the great masses of money-savers. 7VYE1NTS SUITS. In order to carry out our intention of getting rid of our entire stock in the mentioned ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 20 May 1899

THE NEWS FROM THE OLD NORTH STATE AND ITS CAPITAL OUR RALEIGH NEWS BUDGET Provisional Program Convention Brotherhood of St. Andrew. ITS MAY AND DECEMBER New RrpitblIcnu Paper-5ll??loiinr.T Returns ?<> Clilnn? Sovrre Hall Stortii-I'eiielou Fur Mr*. fiblpp ? New Appointment* For Cnpliol? To Practice. Plinrumcy ? For cli? Stale timtrd. Raleigh, N. C, May 1ft.?The EplsCO- j pal Convention was called to order at Tarboro yesterday with a full delega? tion present. Dr. Marshall presided. Bishop Cheshire delivered a masterly address. The following Is the provisional pro tram of the Fourth Annual Conven? tion of the Brotherhod of St. Andrew In the Carolinas, which convenes here Friday: FRIDAY, MAY 19. 8:30 p. m.?Calvary Church?Public service. Subject: The Brotherhod of St. An? drew. Chairman, Right Rev. Jus. B. Cheshire', D. D.. Bishop of Nortli Caro? lina. Addresses: 1. What Is Prayer? Rev. T. M. N. Cieorge, Christ Church, New Bern. What is Service? John W. Wood, Now Y...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 20 May 1899

NEWS FROM RICHMOND AND OTHER PARTS ?FviRC^ RICHMOND NEWS AND GOSSIP What the French People Hear About Virginia, A RIDICULOUS PICTURE Ad Eighteen Tear Old Girl Urine Wulppotl nt (bo Vomt nt Jtlnnnnnns "According (o l.iwv" Is lite nop. roxentatlon Conveyed In an lllii*> trnii?n In I'm Is I'nper?loDlrnct For Draining James Rlvor I.cli rm - (Special to Virginian-Pilot.) Richmond, Va., May 19.?Governor Tyler to-day received from Itev. .T. Brellvet, a priest of Paris, a copy of an illustration which recently appeared in the Illustre National, of that city, pur? porting to represent a young woman being punished at the whipping post in Manassas, Yj. The girl, who, the paper says, Is 13 years of age, is represented standing at the post, her hands confined In a pillory arrangement above her head. She Is stripped to the waist. A sheriff, or other officer, in a vivid red shirt, is applying the lash. A crowd of men and women, fashionably dressed, arc Inter? ested Spectators. Nearby ar...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 20 May 1899

THE WORLD OF SPORT HOW TUB CLUBS STAND. Won. Lost. Pe St. Louis . 20 7 Brooklyn .20 *> Chicago .lb 0 Philadelphia .17 lo Cincinnati .15 '.) Boston . 17 11 Baltimore .14 \Z Louisville .10 17 Piltsburg .10 17 New York . !) 1?; Washington . u 22 Cleveland . 3 no CINCINNATI, 5; mtOOKLYN, 7. Scon.' by innings: R.H.B. Cincinnati .. ..2 0 0 1 2 0-0 00? 5 13 3 Brooklyn .00030301 x? 7 13 2 Batteries?Wood and Taylor and Phillips: Kennedy and Farrell. Um? pires?Swart wood and Warner. Time? 2:15. CHICAGO, 2: BALTIMORES, t. Score by innings: R.H.B. Chicago.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2? 2 "> 3 Baltimore .. .. 1 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0? 4 10 1 Batteries?Calhthan und Donahue; Kltson and Robinson. Umpires?Ems lie and Mi-Donald. Time?1:56. LOUISVILLE, 4; BOSTON, 13. Score by Innings: K.H.K. Louisville .. ..02 1 0 1 0 0 0 0? 4 5 2 Boston .0 0 I 0 O 0 5 0 4?13 IS 1 Batteries?Dowling ami Klttredge; Killen and Bergen. Umpires?Hunt and Connolly. Time?2:10. ST. LOUIS, 9; NEW YORK. 10. Score by innings: ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 20 May 1899

PORTSMOUTH LOCAL NEWS AND ADVERTISEMENTS IN HONOR OF OUR HEROIC DEAD Beautiful Flowers Strewn Upon the Graves of Confederate Soldiers. COL. STARKE'S ORATION the People Itcupnnd to tlio Cnll nn?l TliunaniMln Take fan In tlie Ex? crelsen ol i tic liny ? I.nving llenrt?, mi (i I cutler XIuuil* 1'ini r Garland* nt llmifn Upon MoimUs Under \> Iiit-!> ISruru Men vleop. Memorial Day In Portsmouth lias lost none of Its attractiveness. Nor have the people grown tired of honoring the memory of the heroes of tha Dost Cause, who laid down their lives in de? fense of what they believed to be right, ?s attested by the large concourse of people who attended the. ceremonis at the courthouse yesterday. Early yes? terday and all the day previous there was a constant stream of people visit? ing the cemeteries, putting them in memorial* condition. Our cemeteries at ull times show that our people generally pride themselves upon the cleanliness and beauty of their private burial pla...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 20 May 1899

PORTSMOUTH LOCAL NEWS AND ADVERTISEMENTS Summ?p GomTort Glotnino ?at less? THAN BARGAIN RATES! Men's Pure Wool Royal English Serge Suits that cost elsewhere $10.00, our price $7.50. Men's Business and Dress Suits, fancy mixtures and plain shades, at $3-90, $4.90, $5.90, $6.90 and $7.50, that will cost you 40 per cent, more elsewhere. Our special line of Men's Pants at $1.19 cannot be bought elsewhere for less than $1.50. Boys' Knee Pants Suit $1.48 and upwards; School Pant's, from 3 to 14 years, at 19c. Men's Underwear, different shades, at 25c. Men's Jean Drawers, at 25c. Men's Half-Hose at Sc., fast colors. Men's Soft Working Shirts at 35c. also Shirts with two separate col? lars, at 50c. And hundreds of other things usually kept at a first-class Man's Out filters at equally low prices at the NEW YORK CLOTHING CO,, (THE LEADING OUTFITTERS Or PORTSMOUTH ) gljt Higl-i. Street - Portsmontli, Vt THAT'S A " HAND - ME DOWN!9 Never hear that said about our Clothing. Take it where you wil...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 20 May 1899

Review oe the Markets; Shipping News; and Real Estatr finsi.MF.ss, FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL Stocks, Money, Exchange, Bonds, Grain, Cotton, Provisions, Etc. New Tork, May 19.?The stock mark? et, was abandoned almost, wholly to i't"O fessional traders on the floor Of the ex? change. No outside demand of any Im? portance was apparent at any pout In the list prices were marked up sharp? ly at the opening on u. demand from the shorts, who sold the specialties yesterday. Sugar, Brooklyn Transit and the Flower gi'oup generally show? ed the largest gains, the demand be? ing obviously from tho short interests. Anaconda Mining showed strength both In London and hero, which was well sustained throughout the day. and the tone of Manhattan was also firm with? out any published news to account for it. The opening demand from the shorts was soon satisfied, and prices slipped away but without any pressure to sell. The dullness at the declines seemed to Impress the professionals With tho Idea that t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 21 May 1899

ipwuuuumiuiuiUJuiiiiiiiiiiiinuJtuio^ |1G Page^ l 1 IN TWO PARTS. \ L 1 I WEATHER FORECAST FOR TO-DAY 3 NORFOLK AND VICIN1TV 3 ' Fair to oartly cloudy; shower* to- . 2 ward night; warmer, "?ritli winds*, z veering to northeast. THREE CENTS PER COP^V^ LATEST NEWS OF THE WORLD BY TELEGRAPH AND CABLE} CONTINUED ON PAGE 8. M'KINLEY IN THE VALLEY Looks on Battlefields Where Stonewall Jackson Fought, WELCOMED EVERYWHERE Npcaki lo llio People nt Harrison burK-l'rc?ciilc<l Willi n ?nlie? Vtails Ilona? la Which Ho v* nn> Dniie n Mason ? Greeted) by ?? Coa? frilernio Ooiiernl nt B>lrn?bitrc With a Rally. (Ry Telegraph to VIrglalan-Pilot.) Harrlsonburg, Va., May 20.?The President's train was received enthu? siastically during Its run through the ehenandoah Valley. StaUlltVjn was reached at an early hour and there the train was side tracked until S o'clock this morning. All along the road expectant Virginians had gather? ed. At this pwlnt a large crowd had collec...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 21 May 1899

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES TWO, THREE, FIVE, SIX AND SEVEN. LOST. IOST. STRAYED OR 6TOLEN-ONE J Bay Stallion, with a very long mane nnd tall. Reward If returned; no ques? tions ttskeq. B. WINTER, 137 Mnplo ave? nue, Brainbleton. my21-3t* T OST ? YOUNG JHRSEY BULL JLJ strayed from my premises, No, 17 Bekond street. Spiinglield. Suitable reward for return of same to PETER CUST1S, Owner. my20-3t' CARPENTERS 'WANTED; AI/SO ONE good Stalrhuilder. Call at west end of Mary's avenue, Ghent. J. Q. DICKIN? SON._IP NERGETTC WORKERS TO~DISTRI luito circulars and samples; perma Bont Occupation; good pay. particulars for stamp. Disc. LEAGUE, 49 W. Twonly elghth St., New York. n ANTED. ? 201 >~MEN TO WORK OX Brombleton sewers; wages from $1 to $1.25 per, day. GUILD & CO., No. 216 Roso avenue.. niy2l-2l* WANTED ? FOREMAN OK CAP taln to handle pile driver.} only ?"ompotent person well recommended nei d ?i?bly. C. K. WEAVER, B21 -7th street. X.'ewport News, Vn, my20-It* cnvB ...

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