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

HtEHN OF MINISTERS (Continued from Fhst Page.) ly relations may bo confirmed aid strengthened, to the advantage of both pe dies, is my earnest wish, and I c m aesuio you Hiai every member of this Government win heartily cooperate with you to that desirable er>d." A SLIGHT DIFFERENCE. It was noticeable that Duo d'Arccs, In referring t.? the gratlltcatlon with Which .Spain resumed the frli ndly re? lations witli tin- United Stales that had exulted for over L09 years, plainly said that these relations had been broken by war while the President d llcately ?poke only of the rclatl ms Interrupted for a short time. At the conclusion of the address the President sti pped forward and shook ban.Is cordially with the new Minis tor, and they eng ige I in .iversatlon in a low tone f >r 1 minute or tw?>. The President gracefully Inquired after the health of the Queen Regent and the King. He courteously referred to th? Due's former residence In this country nnd hi.s many friends here, and...

Publication Title: Virginian-Pilot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 4 June 1899

NEWS FROM RICHMOND AND OTHER PARTS OF VIRGINIA. Congressman Jones Being Urged ?lo Run For Senate. DOESN'T WANT TO RUN 3'Ijo Frlcmls'of llic Senatorial Iteloi-m lUoTvmeul nre IHnt Inet I? IIO|iolul of Electing: Their t'umlidnte?Ii m ltd ic reel Nome <>no Will Ho An? nnnnccd to Itiin Atnlimi Sir. Jllnrtlit by the 15th. IiiNtitut. (Special to Virglhian-Pilot.) Richmond, Va*, Jane ?"A candidate for the Senatorshlp In opposition to Mr. Martin will anotmco himself by tho IDUi of June," said a prominent advo? cate of tho popular selection of Sena? tors and Senatorial candidates to-day. "1 am positive of that," he continued. "The State Committee will meet tho night of the 12th. It will decide that It is siot vise, nor proper to call a conven? tion. "You can sot. it down for a. fact that the announcement of a candidate will not he delayed three clays. It will come I ? almost at once. I regard it as a cer & talnty. t "I cunnot say who it will he," he U continued. "I. think I know th...

Publication Title: Virginian-Pilot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 4 June 1899

THE NEWS FROM THE OLD NORTH STATE AND ITS CAPITAL, SEEN AND HEARD IN RALEIGH Another Safe Cracker Goes to the Penitentiary. HE CURSED A WITNES% Xbd JfndE? ?Nouds lllin I'p For Flvn Tenra?Jfadeo lNirtioll Trnu?Bcls n l.urgro Ainonntof Builnom mid Ad Jonrai C*nr(-Hau Full* From a Wagon and Broaki Ills Muck? Bontdof fieri mi (uro. fVi' -1 iTjTfiri-rrr" ?? Rnlr'lgli, N. C, Juno 3.?Yesterday , ?,nother safecracker was convicted in the U. S. Court, and at 7:110 o'clock last evening; District A Hornby Spears pray? ed the Judgment ol* tho court and as'.ted that the maximum penalty he imposed. Judgo Purnell then sentenced the <*on ,vict twelve years in the penitentiary. Til* prisoner Is Charles Miller, one ?f tho most dangerous burglars and Bafecrackers that has figured In this State, Detective Gregory declares. Ho robbed the postofllce at Murfrecs boro, N. C, on th<> night of April 7. 1S98, by blowing open the safe, etc. Tho evidence against him was fn Hrely circumstantial, hut the...

Publication Title: Virginian-Pilot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 4 June 1899

FORMING A RAILWAY SYSTEM An Instance of Successful South? ern Enterprise. BANKERS IN CONTROL The Cousolltlnllon or (lie Seuboitnt Air Mho-a nillllom Ilollnrs For WhnrTei-Neft ltlvnl of Hie l*enn> i.j Irainn, Louisville imU >nt.livlllo nn?l llio Moulbrrn Nyslouia-Tbc Lender in the Deal. -v- vB '?? The following from the Richmond In? vestor, will give readers of the Virgin? ian-Pilot a correct idea of the signifi? cance of the recent consolidation of railroads, planned and perfected by iMr. John Bkelton Williams, or Rich? mond: For the last three years a railroad combination has been steadily progress Ins in the South, despite the most stren? uous efforts to break It. it has been planned and carried out by Southern financiers, who realized the value in having: a competing system from tie Potomac gateway lo the heart of the Southern States. Tho nucleus of this system was the Savannah, Amcrlcus and Montgomery railroad. A glanco at the map of the Southern States In 1805 would not i...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 4 June 1899

THE WORLD OF SPORT rs?- - ? STANDING OP THE CLUBS. Won. Lost. Per Ct. Brooklyn .31 11 .756 Boston . 27 13 .675 St. Louis .25 1? .610 Chicago . .'25 17 .698 Philadelphia.23 37 .r.7., Baltimore* .-3 IS .561 Cincinnati .21 IS .638 Plttsbursr .17 22 .436 New York . 16 24 .100 | Louisvillo . 13 28 .317 Washington. .13 29 .310 1 Cleveland . 8 29 .216 riTTSBUHG. 16; PHILADELPHIA. 3. Philadelphia, June 3.?Fiileld started In to pitch for- the Phillies to-day, but retired in favor of Orth In the fourth Inning after Pittsburgh had (secured six runs. While running to tlnst base in tho eighth Inning, Rejtz snapped a ten? don In his Tight leg. Attendance, 6,800. Score by innings: R.H.E. Plttsburg.:i o 1 4 0 l 1 1 4?15 1? 3 Philadelphia ...0 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0? 3 5 8 Batteries?Lcever and Bowerman; Fiileld. Orth and McFarland. Umpires ?Emslloj and McDonald. Time?2:20. BALTIMORE, f.; CHICAGO. 14. Baltimore* Juno 3.?Chicago batsmen fattened their averages to-day at the expense of Nops, eleven singles, a...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 4 June 1899

PQRTSMOUTH LOCAL NEWS AND ADVERTISEMENTS OF ME THAN pPAS? NOTE A Compilation of Miscellaneous News Matter in Condensed Form, FRESH CLEAN AND BRICHT * Dally Directory of tue llnppcntiu nt n Day Krtclly Told, Miotiuli So.ail >ono Hie I.es* Interesting nml Importnut-Iiiiormnilou For Tlioao Who Neck to Know anil Un? ?lerstnud Wliui is Going on Among ?lie People. SV? '- 5'' " * ' Tlie Brotherhood ol Locomotive En pincers will meet Ihls afternoon. Seve? ral important matters will be br night up for consideration. If you want to keop posted on all the news try the VIrglnlan-Pilot and you will succeed. The Court Street Baptist Sunday school will go to Delaware Park, i n tral. Fourth Street Baptist and several others will also no there. Mrs. BhiPD carried two car loads of Children to Columbia Park yesterday Cfternoon on an outing. Two young men advertise for board tat moderate prices- Head "ad." and pddress as directed. Mr. John G. Proctor, wife and Boh, gvho have been visiting Mr. James ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 4 June 1899

PORTSMOUTH MDVBRTISE7VVEIN[X5^ ?-CQNTiNueg 1? 4M Hi ill JT WILL PAY lieioiOieiQ YOU WELL TO VISIT M. ROSEN BAU M S STORE TO-MORROW 9 e IM T7 %fa *? r-M!u fro!n.**siness. Store for rent and Fixtures for sale. The entire stock must be sold. Mens' and Children's Clothing Hats and m Furnishings wtll be sacrificed at such prices that will defy competition. Not an article in the entire store will be Served or^mptrf ?Se ||| will be cut regardless of cost or value. 1V<=. * <^iV Ufh?_r-L_r t.r V ;7v 1 - or exemprecu nvery price Kanal -it f :it r *. r ' ?vi?jivuuuu, a^^l an at tine in uic enure store win pe reserved or exernntpd Wv*?? wirp wdl be cut regardless oz cost or value. It's a sale for the people, and the money-saving Chance of your life. Just like ^uyua^old 'tllars for fifty vlnce^2TICE_EeWare ?f U11SCWpul0US ?mpetitors who claim to be selling as cheap as we are. Our prices defy all competition. A call will con Felt Hats. Men's. Derby and Alpine Hats Tho $1.25 grade, u 7''e. T...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 4 June 1899

PORTSMOUTH LOCAL AND ADVERTISEMENTS CQNTInUFNORFOLK REAL ESTATE BUSINESS. IN GOD'S HOLY TEMPLE. Pack View Baptist Church, Rev. W. P. Hlnes. pastor?Sunduy school ut 9:30 ft. m. Preaching- by the pastor ut 11 ft. m. and 8:15 p. ni. Baptism at close Cf evening service. Calvary Baptist Church, Rev. Sam wel Saunders, pastor?Services to-day Will be as follows: Sunday school at 9:30 a. m., E. It. Rodman, superintendent Preaching at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Every body is cordially invited to these meet? ings. Central M. E. Church. South, Rev. It P. Beadles, pastor.?Sunday school a 8:15 a. m. Preaching by the pastor at 11 a. m. nnd S p. in. Morning Biibject "He Who Is a Christian Is a Slave." Night: "He Who Is a Christian Is, oi All Men, the Most Free." 'Prayer meet lng at 2:30 p. in. Central Mission (located between Col tage Place und Scottsvllli i Sundaj school at 3 p. m. Preaching at 4 p. m. by Rev. R. P. Beadles. The Rev. Richard Carroll, of Colum bla. S. C. late chaplain of the Tenth U. S. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 6 June 1899

g ?"'H'iiiiiiuimiiiiiiimiixtniniUiiuiis a 11Pages ? IN TWO PARTS. ? tl-TnUTTTTTTITTTTTTTTTTTTm TTTtilllTTTH VOL. Ill?NO. 57. NORFOLK, VA., TUJ2SDAY, JUNE 6, 1899?TWELVE PAGES. THREE CENTS PER COPY. LATEST NEWS OF THE WORLD BY TELEGRAPH AND CABLE} CONTINUED ON PAGE 11. FRENCH CHAMBER OF DEPUTIES i - Royalists' Denunciations of Presi? dent Loubet. REVOLUTION THREATENED 31. lairgniitnyo forcibly Ri'UiutciI From ill.- Clmmber i>v Koitlicre I'riNKIriit I.oubet Denounced an IliKlionrbl ?Vlolvnl LnneniiEO To ward Premier Onpny?Vole to Kits* lulu Government nn?l Placniil four I of Cii*tiitlon'n Vcrillcl. fry T'lepraph to Vlrglnlan-Pllot.) Paris, Juno ri.~There was a violent scene in the Chamber of Deputies this afternoon owing to Royalist denuncia? tions of President Loubet, and the sol? diers on duty had to expel the chief at'.tl-Loubet speaker, M. Rious de I*ar ger.tnyc. * The Chamber of Deputies met at 2 q' 1 '.: this afternoon. The public gal ? ; s v. ere crowded with fashionable I ;...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 6 June 1899

^ THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES TWO, THREE, AND FIVE. - WANTED. ?TJN? MAN OP EDUCATION AND refinement must have position at onco; age 24. Address C. 1* IL, this office, lt? WANTED, - AN ADVERTISING So? licitor. Apply from 12 to 1 p. m. at ofllee 340 Main Street, third floor. HER MANCH STEREOITICAN ADVERTIS? ING CO._U? WANTED. ? 2 YOUNG LADIES* TO I ?issist in Hair Dressing Parlors Apply after 10 a. m. MME. GATES, 3.".8 Main street, over 6 and 10-cent Eton-. It ANTED. ? FIRST - CLASS COL ored woman to cook at Vaginla Beach; if satisfactory, permanent place next winter: reference required. Apply at Vlrglnian-Pllot office._Jcti-tf ?TTFeD. ?TH e USE OK A BUGGY horse" during summer months; will receive best of attention. Address "HORSD." this oflieo. JeC-lw IX>T1IING SALESMAN AND Win? dow dresser wanted In nearby city; state age, reference and salary expected. Address MERCHANT, care Vlrgttilnn Filot. _Jej-lw* T\r ANTED, AT ONCE. ? A LADY TO ?? teach small children English and music in ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 6 June 1899

THE NEWB Og NORF()l,K ON PAGES TWO, THREE, AND FIVE WEATHER REPORT. Washington. Juno 0, 1S99. Iforocnst for Tuesday: Virginia?Fair Tuesday; probably thunder storms Wednesday after; con? tinued high temperature; light south? erly winds. North Carolina?Fair Tuesday, with showers in western portions In the at ternoon; probably showers Wednesday; light southerly winds. Norfolk, nuil yiolnltv WEATHER. FORECAST FOR 1 DAY. Fair and warm; fresh southerly winds. TEMPERATURE. RAINFALL AND i HUMIDITY. June 0th. 1S09. Maximum temperature . S Minimum temperature. 66 Normal tempera lure '. 74 Departure from normal.plus 4| Departure from normal since Janu? ary 1st.minus G4 Rainfall in past 24 hours. 0| Rainfall since first of month.2. Mean humidity . til CALENDAR. Sun rises at 4:48 a. m. nnd sets at | 7:22 ). m. TIDES. Xorfolk?High water at 7.45 a. m. and I fSOO p. in.; low water at 1:42 a. m. and I.Iii p. m. Old Point?High water at 7:24 a. m. and 7:21) p. m.; low water at 1:21 a. m. and 1:14 p. m...

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

tu PR6ININ - PILOT. J! ?BT THE? S (vTRGINLANt AND PILOT PUBLISHING? com? ANY. f JlORFOLK VIRGINIAN AND DAILY PILOT. v (Consolidated March, IUI.) ?? Enterod at the rostoftlce at Norfolk, <^Va., aa second-class matter. OFFICEt PILOT BUILDING. CITY. 11 ALL AVIiNUK. _norfolk. va._ v OFFICERS: ; A. H. Grandy. President: W. S. Wilk? inson. Treasurer; James 12. Allen, Sec ??tarir. BOARD OF DIRECTORS: A. H. Graiidy. L. D. Starke. Jr.. T. W. 6h?lton, It. W. Shultlce. W. S. Wilkinson, ?fames E. Allen. D. F. Donovan. TUKKKCKX'r? PltRCOl'T. - \ subscription rates: (J-Tbe VinomiAN-PILOT Is delivered to Julfscrtbsrs by carrier* In No/folk and cfylolnltv Portsmouth. Barkley. Su,rrolr; .?iWoat Norfolk, JNowport News, tor 10 . v?enls per week payable to'JIio carrier ..;Br mall, to any place la TJtt? Untied ? ?tUat-s, postage freot '??AII.Y, one-yrnr - - ?5.00 "'i ?? tlsmoulbi ? it.OO jf ?? Ibretneullu - ? >.3l> w ob? uioutti ?? ? ."'o \ ADVERTISING BATES: Advertlse ';:?nont? lnsertea at the...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 6 June 1899

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAr.FS TWn THREE71W?F AND SIX Baking powder Makes the food more delicious and wholesome ?OY?t BAKIWa POWOC* CO., NEW TORK. COURT DECISIONS. Notes of Cases Recently Decided, Which are of Interest to Our People. DIGESTED BY W-B. MARTIN. (Exclusively for Virginian-Pilot.) ; RIDLEY V. S. & It. R. CO. Supreme Court of North Carolina. February 21, 1S99. > A RAILROAD COMPANY IS LIABLE FOR PAST DAMAGES TO CROPS AND PERMANENT DAMAGES TO LAND, WHERE IT SO CON? STRUCTED ITS ROAD OVER A STREAM AS TO CAUSE WATER TO OVERFLOW THE LAND. This was a suit against the railroad company for damages to plaintiffs land, caused by water overflowing it. There was a Judgment for plaintiff, and defendant appealed. The court says: The court submitted Issues both as to the damages to the cro|>s for three years preceding the beginning of the action, and as to permanent damages; 1. c. damages to the corpus. The re? covery of these laut will, of course, be a bar to future actions fo...

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

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES TWO. THREE, FTVF AND SIX. BRIEF ITEMS OF INTEREST. Mrs. Frank Jones, of Columbia* N? C, Is In tho city, the guest of Mrs. Butler Simmons, of 9S Bermuda street. Circle No. 5 of the King's Daughters Will moot this afternoon nt 5 o'clock. James Smith, a young negro man, was arrested yesterday by Otllcer West and Mason for stealing a bicycle. Edward Gould, a Whlto man, native of Canada, was arrested yesterday for distributing obscene pictures and lewd literature. He Is held nt police station and will be given a hearing this morn? ing before Justice Tonil In. Ada Williams, colored, arrived here yesterday from Elizabeth City, N. ?'., in search of her mother und grand? mother, whom she believes arc In ibis city. Her mother's name is Molllo Gamble und her grandmother Is Mary Davis, wife of John Davis. Informa? tion as to these persons should be sent to the police statiun. Mr. W. H. Doll, passenger agent nt tho Southern railway, returned yester? day from a busine...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 7 June 1899

?tum a ii 111. i in im 111.11.. ?. Iii mi ?? 11 ?& JPaoress* 1 IN TWO PARTS, t 3 ?Vrrrrr, TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT-n TT? THREE CENTS PER COPY. LATEST NEWS OF THE WORLD BY TELEGRAPH AND CABLE HAULING GUNS WITHMBUFFALOS Filipinos Shoot Better Than Did the Spaniards. SHELLED AMERICAN CAMP Their Slylo ?C Wnrfuro l? Thlunliig 4?ti r Hunk*-'? wo II uiKli-cil of Our NoltlierU Full h roin I , v Ii II Iis I I nil Oil March lo Woronif?I>o ftctfiilitr llilttlc* to llo Fought- FlHpluon Pllijr n Trick, (Uy Telegraph to Vlrglnlan-Pilot.) Manila, June 6?1:10 p. in.?The rebels on Saturday night made an attach upon the friendly town of Macabebe and, after driving the inhabitants out, burn? ed the lown. The insurgents nightly annoy the troops at Kan Fernando, Several Amer? icans have been slightly wounded re? cently. The enemy have several Krupp guns, which they bring forward and use ror Illing large shells into the town, lh. a r.?treating with their guns. One of the insurgent shells feu_wi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 7 June 1899

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES TWO, THREE, FIVE AND SIX. WANTED. FOR SALE.?A GOOD CIGAR STORE. Apply to Mr. JOHN MINTUOLO. caro ofPurpura Fruit Co., 815 Main Btreot. It WA N T 10 D. ? SEVERAL, YOUNG ladies at LANGUALLE'S; those who know how to u?o phouoa proforrcd. M-3t_ WANTED.?EXPERIENCED 6A.LES man. Apply 10 to 12 a. m., 46 Low cnborg Building. It* WANTED. ? SALES LiADY; ALSO boy about 16 to make himself Ken orally useful. Apply I a. WESTHEIMER'S jjr>- Goods Store, 655 Church street. Je7-3t G~ OOD FRENCH COOK DESIRES Po? sition on English boat or any vessel; ?wages reasonable. Address EM1I.E MB NAULT 817 Windsor avenue, Bixunbleion, city._J?ff-?f V IG-UTERS WANTED. ? WE CAN JLi use several llglitors at once, so If you Slave any to lease or sell send your ad? dress with location of 1'ghtors to NORTH? ERN-SOUTHERN KINDLING WOOD CO.. 108 Main street, Norfolk. _Jc7-lw? liTTNTlCD, BI_DS~- WE WANT 100 VV trucks that will hold a half cord of Blab wood, as soon as possible. Will you nuk...

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

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES TWO, THREE, FIVE AND SlX WEATHER REPORT. Washington, June 6. For Virginia: Thunder storms In the afternoon of Wednesday and Thursday. Continued high temperature Wednes? day, cooler at night; light south to southwest winds. For North Carolina: Fair Wednesday ; probably thunder storms Thursday aft? ernoon. Continued high temperature; light to south winds. Norfolk null Vlcltiltr. WEATHER FORECAST FOR TO-DAY. Fair and high temperature, followed by thunderstorms; light southerly ?winds. TEMPERATURE, RAINFALL. AND HUMIDITY. Norfolk Vu., June C. lSOO. Maximum temperature. 02 Minimum temperature. 71 Normal temperature. 73 Departure from normal.plus 9 Departure from normal since Jan? uary 1st.minus 55 Rainfall In past 24 hours. 0 Rainfall since 1st of month.2.22 Mean humidity. 05 CALENDAR. Sun rises 4:45 a. m.; sets 7:23 p. m. TIDES. Norfolk: High water S:35 n. m., 8:47 p. m.; low water 2:30 a. in., 2:21 p. rr. Old Point: High water 8:141 a. m., S-?G p. m.: low w...

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

'YIRGINI?N-PILOT. ? ?BT THE? "tyiRQINlAN AND PILOT PUBLISHING COMPANY. 10RF0LK VIRGINIAN AKD DAILY PILOT. (Consolidated Maren, UUS.) Entered at the Postofflce at Norfolk, a., aj> sacond-clats matter. .L? OFFICE: PILOT BUTLDINO. ?'>?tlL . C1TI HALL AVENUE. . . v norfolk. va._ * OFFICERS: H..<3ranay. President; W. S. Wilk it'fhson, Treasurer; James E. Allen, Sec f Wars:. BOARD OF DIRECTORS: , JL H. Grandyt L D. Starke, Jr.. T. W. LjBhelton, R. \V. Shultke. W. S. Wilkinson, [?James B. Allen, D. V, Donovan. THREECESTS I'ISKCOt'T. i subscription rates: The VIRGINIAN-PILOT Is delivered to Ibocrlbers by carriers In No/folk and olnlty, Pcrlamotuh, Berkloy. BulTolk wpWsst Norfolk. Nowport News, for 10 fcVeesta per week payable to tbo carrier t*y mail, to any placa la the United -Stateu, postage free: JPAl E.T. out) year - - ?3 00 ???** alx months ? - ? 3.00 JlJrHtiiil.>.ill>? > - l.tlO one. mouth ? m ? .30 ADVERTISING ItATEB: Advertlsc . tnontu lnsertea at tbo rate ot 7? ce...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 7 June 1899

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES TWO, THREE^FWE, AND SIX. baking Powder Makes the food more delicious and who!esome ROVOl BANTKQ f>OW?f R CO., M?W VO?K. COURT DECISIONS. Notes of Cases Recently Decided, Which are of Interest to Our People. DIGESTED BY W. B- MARTIN. (Exclusively for Virginian-Pilot.) NOHRDEN V. NORTHEASTERN R. CO. Supreme Court of South Carolina, March 25. 1899. EXEMPLARY DAMAGES CANNOT PK RECOVERED IN AN ACTION FOR DEATH BY WRONGFUL ACT. The point decided Is sutllclently set forth in the following portion of the opinion of the court. The court says: This action was to recover damages sustained by reason of the death of plaintiff's Intestate, caused, as alleged, by the negligence of tho defendant company on the 8th day of September, 1897. The action Is brought under th^ provisions of the statute commonly called "Lord Campbell's Act." now In? corporated in the Revised Statutes of 1893 (volume 1) as sections 2315-2318. The only remaining question which we propose to con...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 7 June 1899

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAG^TfWO^ SHE CARRIED BONES The Italian Bark Anita S. Arrives ? In Distress. XlStlt Slonllm From Montevideo - Au? oilier Whaler Arrived Wlitit? Hnre Specimen ? Tito Kcnococc'ti i.ouk Voyage?- l'nllcil to Nlo|>. The Italian brig "Anita. S.," Captain .Flosa, with crew and cargo of bones, (those of the cargo bare and phosphor* cscent, those of the crew scantily cov? ered with flesh and skin), arrived in Hampton Itoads Sunday night, being towed in by the tug Hughes, which found her, aimlessly sailing northward, some 75 miles northeast of Cape Henry. She was out from Montevideo (at the tnouth of tho Rio de la Plu(a) since Oc? tober 11, 1898, nearly eight months, and every man aboard was sick with scurvy,, and only live of the crew of nine nble to be about the decks, and these looked ns though they had been sblp mates of "Ye Ancient Mariner." Her last port had been Psnynda, which she left on Christmas day for her run to Baltimore. Head winds nnd calms did the res...

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