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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 13 June 1899

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES TWO, THREE, AND FIVE WEATHER REPORT. "Washington, June 12.?Forecast for Tuesday. Virginia?Fair and warmer Tuesday; probally fair Wednesday, light lomh er'y winds. _ North Carolina?Generally fair Tues? day, preceded by showers on the coast; warmer in Northern portion of the In? terior; light southerly winds, fair Wed? nesday. Norfolk no<l Vicinity. WEATHER FORECAST FOR TO? DAY. Rain; stationary temperature; light east winds. TEMPERATURE. RAINFALL AND HUMIDITY. June 13, 1S99. Maximum temperature . 78 Minimum temperature. G7 Normal temperature . 74 Departure from normal.minus 2 Departure since Jan. 1st.minus id Rainfall-In past 24 hours.43 Rainfall since 1st of month.5.19 Mean humidity.100 CALENDAR. Sun rises at 4:44 a. m. and sets at 7:26 p. m. TIDES. Nonfolk?High water, 0:10 a. m., 12:51 p. m. Low water, 6:33 a. m., C:41 p. m. Old Point?High water. 11:43 a. m., 12:30 p. m. Low water, 612 a. m., 6:20 FDNKRAL NOT ICH. WETZEL?Tho funeral of HENRY R. WETZ ...

Publication Title: Virginian-Pilot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 13 June 1899

?BT THE? .VIROINIAN AND PILOT PUBLISHING COMPANY. f GRFOLK VIRGINIA?! AND DAILY PILOT. (Consolidated Mnrch. U3S.) . i-. Enteii.J at the Posiufflce at Norfolk. .Va., as second-class matter. OFFICE: Fl LOT BUILDING. C1TV II ALL AVENUE. norfolk. va. OFFICERS: A. H. Grandy. President: W, S. Wilk? inson, Treasurer; James K. Allen. Sec? retary. BOARD OF DIRECTORS: A H Grandy L D, Stark?, Jr.. T W. Bheltori. H. W. Bhultlce. W. S. Wilkinson, James B, Allen, D. F. Donovan. Tllltl.K ?K9ITM l?Ktt OOI'T. subscription rates: The VIRGINIAN-PILOT la d*'.l?erea to subscribers by cnrrler? In N?"'I",K_a " v:cir.lty. Portsmouth. Berkley. ?""oiu. West Norfolk, Newport News, for lu Cent? per week, paycble to tbo carrier By mall, to any place tn in* Lnlieu ?iate*. postage free: , DAI I T, nur s< nr - 85.00 ?? ?im month* ... 3.00 ?? lliree month* - - l.ao ?? one month - ? " ??>0 ADVERTISING RATES: Advertise? ments Instriea at the. rate of la cents a Kqusk. that Inaorllon; each subsequeni luiertlon 4...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 13 June 1899

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES TWO, THREE, FIVE AND SDC EOT fajRE POWDER Makes the food more delicious and wholesome ?OVAL ?lAXI-W) BC-'.tfK CO . N^W YO?K. COURT DECISIONS. Notes of Cases Recently Decided, Which are of Interest to Our People. DIGESTED BY W- B- MARTIN. {Exclusively for Virglnlan-Pllot.) BTATE V. LUCAS. Supremo Court of North Carolina. March 21, 1899. A WAT USED FOR MORE THAN tO TEARS BY THE PUBLIC. BUT NEVER DEDICATED OR ESTAB? LISHED BY LEGAL PROCEED? INGS. AND NOT MAINTAINED AT PUBLIC EXPENSE, IS NOT A PUBLIC HIGHWAY FOR THE OB? STRUCTION OF WHICH AN IN? DICTMENT WILL LIE.? This was a criminal action, and de? fendant was convicted of obstructing a road and appealed. The road, the obstruction of which was admitted by the defendant, had been continuously used as an ordinary neighborhood road for many years by the general public, but the road was never a public charge. No hands were ever assigned to work It. nor had It ever been laid off or kept up by any court, county,...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 13 June 1899

LATEST TELEGRAPH NEWS, CONTINUED FROM FIRST PAGE' THE WORLD OF SPORT STANDING OF THE CLUBS. Won. Lost. Per Ct. Brooklyn .3G II .766 Boston .32 14 .606 Chicago . 28 20 .683 Baltimore . 26 19 .678 Philadelphia. 26 19 .57? St. Louis .2" 20 . 574 Cincinnati . 23 23 .500 New York. 21 26 .447 Pittsburg . 19 26 .422 .Washington.IT 30 .SG2 Louisville . 14 33 .29S Cleveland . 8 36 .1S2 NEW YORK. 3; BOSTON, 11. At New York Score by Innings: > R.H.E. New York .. ..0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0? 2 12 5 Boston .3 0800000 0?1J 12 2 Batteries?Carrlck. Coakley and IWarner; Nichols and Clnrke. Umpires ??Lynch and Warner. Time?1:58. CLEVELAND, 3; PITTSBURG, 5. At Cleveland Score by innings: R.H.E. Cleveland .. ..0 02010000? 3 11 4 Plotsburg.2 0100020 0? 5 11 0 Batterleis?Hughey and Schreongest; Leever, Sparks and Bowcrman. Time ??1:40. Umpire?Gaffney. ATLANTIC LEAGUE RESULTS. Reading, 7; Scranton, 1. Newark, 0; Allentown. 11. Paterson, 0: Richmond, 9. Lancaster, 5; Wllkesbnrre, 2. ?ipniilnli PrlDoni'm !?? lli...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 13 June 1899

THE NEWS FROM THE OLD NORTH STATE AND ITS CAPITAL OUR RALEIGH NEWSBUDGET The F. G. & P. Railroad Has Not Been Sold, WHAT MR. WILLIAMS SAYS Prosperous Year or I.oulsburB I't" mule College?.?-"liodlata or Hing? bom Ncliool ror 98?90? I'usloulst tVeatiuoroluuil Holds on 10 Ollloo of Janitor? Dr. Hogc to Liinvo Wil? nilogton-Carr Mcnool Tax I'rize Raleigh. N. C, June 12.?Mr. John Skelton Williams, of Richmond, Va., denies the rumor that the Florida Cen? tral and Peninsular and other roads la which he is interested had been sold to the Plant system, or that his syn? dicate had purchased the Plant system. Mr. Williams is president of the Sea? board Air Line, the Baltimore Steam Packet Company and the head of the syndicate that has acquired the Florida Central and Peninsular railroad. "At present we are at work completing the connecting links between the railway systems," said Mr. Williams. "Work is progressing rapidly on tho line from Richmond to Rldgeway, and the con? tract for the l...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 13 June 1899

NEWS FROM RICHMOND AND OTHER PARTS OF VIRGINIA. RICHMOND NEWS ANDGQSSIP Mayor Signs the Depot and Rail? road Ordinance. JEFFRIES A VIRGINIAN Stated that the nun Who Downed jbo& riuilmmoni DecenUed Front Virginia ntoek ? CongrtHmnu Bbe* Resigns *? Btember of Board of Vlillori to Vlrfflntrt ?1 Hilary In stltate-Other Capital Hotea. tibi - / '" (Special to Vlrglnlan-Pllot.) ' Richmond, Va., June 12.?Mayor Tay? lor to-day signed the railroad ordl nanceB, granting to the Richmond, Pe? tersburg and Carolina and the Chesa? peake and Ohio railroads the right to erect & Union passenger station at the corner of Fifteenth and Main streets, ?/ranting to the former road the right te> enter the city, and to the latter the right to erect a1 steel viaduct through the city. The total amount expended on the ?work of the two roads will not be less than two millions, probably more. Mr. John Skelton WlllIamB, president of the Seaboard Air Line, of which the Richmond, Petersburg and Carolina r...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 13 June 1899

THE NEWS FROM VIRGINIA CONTINUED FROM PAGE TEN LAST DAY'S SESSION Of Episcopal Counc'l Southeastern Virginia Diocese. P'BIWfj,.^--rp?1T fXepori on ibe Miate of tbe t'tanrcb An tncuuriiK!ii|j Showing ? Tbe Brat aielboda of Bible btudy-Dls* ?bled Ucrcj Dmua Memorial C'bapcl C'onaccrnloil. '?7.r. .. , , r-r-q:-. Danvllle. Va., June 12.?The third and last session of the Southern Virginia Episcopal Council was held Saturday. The delegates wore called .to order by Rev. T. M. Carson, D. D., or Lynch burg, who presided a few minutes, in the absence of Bishop Randolph, who ?was a little late in returning from the Dame Memorial chapel consecration service. Not all the delegates were in attendance at the morning session. A short service of prayer preceded the reading of the minutes of the pre? vious day, which were1 approved. On motion, the committee to assess diocesan expenses was discharged, tho passage of the canonical amendment las* night having taken away Its func? tion. The report on tho...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 13 June 1899

PORTSMOUTH LOCAL NEWS AND ADVERTISEMENTS OF MORE THAN PASSING NOTE A Compilation of Miscellaneous News Matter in Condensed Form. FRESH CLEAN AND BRICHT A i)"Hy nireolorr of the IlnppenlDg* of n Day Briefly Told, l bough Hmnll ?ont ib? Less Interesting niict Iiiiporlnut-IurormnllOD For Tlioao Who Nrok to Know mid Cn? donlnud H'hnt la Oolugon Among ' the People. ?An experienced saleslady can find em? ployment in a dry goods store by ad? dressing "C," this office. See what John A. Morris has to say. The chief engineer of the sewer pow? er-house will probably be elected to? night by the Council. Past Chief Patriarch Charles A. Thompson, of Wildey Encampment, I. O. O. F., left yesterday afternoon for Biphmond to attend the meeting of the Grand Camp, which meets in that city to-day. A. Brandt tells you that he has a table of remnants of all-wool suits that ?will be sold cheap. Mrs. G. A. Wauffie and daughter, Mabel, of Rennslauer, New York, are visiting Mr. J. E. Taylors family on Henry s...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 13 June 1899

PORTSMOUTH LOCAL NEWS ID ADVERTISEMENTS [Continued.] PROBABLY SAVED HIS LIFE. Officer Hoofnagle Performs An Act. For Which He Is Highly Complimented. Sunday night an aged man named W. O'Rourke, who has a room over Isen tott's store, corner of County and Crawford streets, went home under the Influence of liquor. He got In his room and attempted to lower a window, and In doing so three of his (Ingers got ?wedged under the window, and he could .not pull them out. In his attempt to loosen his hand' he broke out several jpanes of glass. Ofllcer Hoofnagle's at? tention was attracted by the falling glass and he wcn| up to the door, knocked several times and received no reply. He then opened the door, walk? ed lu and found the man with his hand ?wedged In the window, the entire weight of his body being held up by the three fingers. The man was un? conscious, and scarcely realized any j pain. The ofllcer tried to pull his hand out, but failed. He then held the body up with his knees, put his...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 13 June 1899

Review of the Markets; Shipping News; and Real Estate Ri^tni?.^ REVIEW OF MARKETS FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL StwKs, Money, Exchange, Bonds, Grain, Cotton, Provisions, Etc. New York. June 12.?There was evi? dence of large buying by powerful flnanri.il Interests In a limited number of etocks and of manipulation to ad? vance prices In the etock market to? day. Speculation otherwise was In a somewhat quiescent state. Outside of special cases where prices were sup? ported, the tone was rather heavy. The railroads ranged downward within the limits of a point during the early trad? ing. There was organized buying throughout the day of Federal Steel, which was marked up nearly 3 points and closed almost at the top. There was some sentimental advances by some of the other steel stocks. American Steel and Wire responding late in the day on covering of shorts. But none of the gains In the group were well held out? side of Federal Steel. The so-called Flower Btocks were all well supported and Bro...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 14 June 1899

LATEST NEWS OF THE WORLD BY TELEGRAPH AND CABLE{CONT,NUE?.ON DESPERATE FIGHTING IN THE PHILIPPINES General Lawton Unexpectedly stirs Up_a Large Force o? Filipinos. GENERAL LUNA ASSASSINATED An All Day Battle at Los Pinas, in Which General Lawton's Whole Force Was Engaged?Americans Attacked by Cannon and Hidden Riflemen Suffer Heavy Loss?Fili? pinos Pushed Back Only Five Hundred Yards to Their Trenches?Generals Set Examples of Courage?An Old Battle Ground of Spaniards and Filipinos?Seven U. S. Warships Engaged at One Time?Report of Otis. (By Telegraph to Vlrzinian-Pllot.) Manila, Juno 13.-0:05 p. m.?General Lawton unexpectedly stirred up one of the livliest engagements of the war, south Of Las Pinas, this morning, upon which occasion American field guns were engaged in the first artillery duel against a Filipino battery, concealed in the jungle. AMERICAN LOSS HEAVY. Company F and I, of the Twenty-first Infantry, were nearly surrounded by a large body of insurgents, but the Amer? ican...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 14 June 1899

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES TWO, THREE AND FIVE. WANTED. WANTED: Position as Band Saw Filer by- an ex? perienced man. Best references. Address Lock Box 263. Elizabeth City, N. C. JeH-3f_ OOM. WANTED.?WITH OR, WITII out board, convenient to this office. Address, giving terms, DACTYL, care Virglnlan-lMlot._Jel4-3t ?NTED. ? RY A BOY 14 YEARS of age, who has had experience, position as collector or in ofllce; refer? ences furnished. Address E. S., care Vlr irlnian-Pilot._lt? ANTlfD. ? AN EDISON M1MEO grapn; state condition and price. Address "C," I3ox 13, City. Jel3-3f WANTED.?TO BUY A BARGE 100 TO 123 feet long-, 24 to 30 feet beam and doublo drum hoisting engine, second hand. Apply to D. W. 1UPE11 & CO., Edenton, N. C. Je?-6t* HELP WANTED?MALE. MA.N OB. LADY TO TRAVEL AND appoint agents. Established Jinn. 150 ner month and all expenses to start. JfPR,, Box 398, Philadelphia, Pa, Jul4-lw_ WANTED?WHEELRIGHT. STEADY Job, and ono Carriage Painter. No. 653 Chapel street-_Jell-3t? WANT...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 14 June 1899

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES TWO, THREE. AND FIVE WEATHER REPORT. Washington, D. C., June 13.?Forecast for Wednesday: Virginia?Showers Wednesday; light southerly winds; probably showers Thursday. North Carolina ? Showers .Wednes? day; variable winds; probably showers Thursday. Norfolk noil Ylclallv. WEATHER FORECAST FOR TO? DAY. Probably showers; light southeaster? ly wind; stationary temperature TEMPERATURE, RAINFALL AND HUMIDITY. June 13th, 1S99. Maximum temperature . 89 Minimum temperature . TO Normal temperature . 73 Departure from normal .plus 7 Departure Bince Jan. 1st.minus 12 Rainfall in past 24 hours. T Rainfall since 1st of month.5.38 Mean humidity . 01 CALENDAR. Bun rises at 4:44 a. m. and sets at 7:26 p. m. TIDES. Norfolk?High water, 0:60 a. m., 1:36 p. m. Low water, 7:16 a. m., 7:29 p. m. Old Point?High water, 0:29 a. m.. L15 p. m. Low water, 6:64 a. m., 7:08 p. m. Monuments and Gravestone?. The selection'of a suitable memorial In marble or gran tte can ba readily made ...

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

VIRGINIAN - PILOT. ?BT THE? (VIRGINIA.N AND PILOT PUBLJSHINO COMPANY. iiOlK VIRGINIAN AND DAILY PILOT. (Consolidated March, IS3S.) Entered at tha Postufflce at Norfolk, {Va., an second-class matter. i OFFICE: PILOT BUILDING. LiU-L. CITY. II ALL AVENUE. norfolk. va. offic~.:i:: A. IT. Grandy. President; W. S. Wilk? inson, Treasurer; James E. Allen. Sec? retary. board of directors: A. H. Grandy, L. D. Starke. Jr.. T W. Saelton, n. W. Shultlce. W. S. Wilkinson, amc? E. Allen, D. F. Donovan. in kkr. ?:?;> i h vim < i> i-T. subscription rates: The VJRGTNIAN-riLOT Is detlverod to Subscribers by currier* in No/tolk and ?Iclhlty, Portsmouth. Berkley. Surr-.'.U. IWest Norfolk, Newport News, *?r 1" C-tnts j.er week pj\;;bie to tho carrier IBy mall, to any place- lu th? United dates, postage free: |>AII.T, our y i or - 85 no ? ?tat iuotiitia a tin llircc uioutli? - - I'.-"??' " otic muiiili - ? - ???>?? ADVERTISING RATES: Aa^crllso. Bienta lnserica at the rate ot 75 cents a Bqil...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 14 June 1899

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES TWO/THREE FIVE AND SPl ABSOLUTELY tHJRE Powder Makes the food more delicious and wholesome now p?kiko rowvjn co.. ngw vonx. COURT DECISIONS. Notes of Cases Recently Decided, Which are of Interest to Our People. DIGESTED BY W. B. MARTIN. (Exclusively for Vlrglnlan-Pllot.) LiE DUC V. SLOCOMB. Supreme Court of North, Carolina. April 4. 1899. .WHERE THE PLAINTIFF IN A SUIT. IN VIOLATION OF HIS AGREEMENT WITH THE DEFEN ' DENT. FAILS TO GIVE THE LAT? TER A CREDIT, BUT TAKES A JUDGMENT BY DEFAULT FOR THE WHOLE DEBT, DEFENDANT HAS NO EQUITY AGAINST THE JUDGMENT IN THE HANDS OF A PURCHASER WITHOUT NOTICE OF THE AGREEMENT. This was a motion to set aside a Judgment by default recovered by the People's National Bank against Slo comb, and which had been ussigned by the receiver of said bank to one Ray. Slocomb and Rosenthal were bound to? gether with others on a debt to said bank and, In consideration of their pay? ing their share of the debt, the bank agreed with th...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 14 June 1899

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES TWO, THREE, FIVE ANDSIK THE SELECT COUNCIL Anti-Spitting Ordinance Badly Crippled in that Body. Hole Mrocl itiKi (allCIII ItrHlgc ItC*o< ltllloiia Adopted?Tripoli lUidWolf HI reel CoiKlcninntlnu Coraiiit?? kloiiera (tlnlio Their Kep?r(s. The Select Council took n shot at and crippled the anti-spitting ordinance last night. After the prolonged labors of the Sanitary Commission, of which His Honor, the Mayor, was chairman, to get into shape a law which would put a stop to the defilement of the side? walks by expectoration, that branch of the Council mentioned by an almost unanimous vote struck the word "side? walks" from the ordinance. The mo? tion to strike out this word was made by Mr. Jacobs and it was supported by every member present with the excep? tion of President Greenwood. The ordinance now goes back to the Common Council which passed It last week. As it stands now it prohibits spitting in public, conveyances, public halls and elevators. The a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 14 June 1899

THE NEWS FROM THE OLD NORTH STATE AND ITS CAPITAL. OUR RALEIGH NEWS BUDGET The City's Large Vote For Im? provement Bonds, - *,. AN IMPORTANT DECISION "Jon Transferable" Ticket* are Pro> nlblted by lan-Scu Railroad to Be limit From IUI. Alrey Co tue Virginia Mno-LwrRo Shipment of Truck. ? Profits ou Vegetables ? .Personal? ' KaJelgh, N- C., ffune- 13.?The poople at Raleigh voted almost unanimously (yesterday for tho Issuance of $100,000 In bonds for street Improvements. Only fifty votes wero cast against tha bond Issue, while tho vote In favor of It was 1,594. Tho total registration -was 1,916, which Shows that only 272 of those registered failed to vote. .With very near tho same unanimity Iths people of Ralelgh township voted In favor of a $50,000 bond Issue for school purposes. Both elections wers remarkable In several respects. In all tho history ot the city the people have never been so unanimous on any subject. The regis? tration waa also quite heavy, and, though tho day of e...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 14 June 1899

NEWS FROM RICHMOND AND OTHER PARTS PFviR?NT? RICHMOND NEWS AND GOSSIP Suggestion For a Home For Super? annuated Ministers. I. O. 6. F. : ENCAMPMENT 3 I - State Board of Dental Examiners net at the Capital to Examine Candi? dates for License to Practice Den? tlstry? Governor Tyler Attends Commencement Exercises of Deaf and BUnd>Betiool atBtauuton. > i - ,*V* (Special to yirglnian-Pllot.) Richmond, Va., June 13.?It is said tody to be very probable that a home for superannuated Methodist ministers ?will be located in. Richmond In connec? tion with the State orphanage, which It was decided to establish here at a meeting: of the committee from the .Virginia Conference la Danville last night. It has been proposed to add this home later on. At present superannuated ministers receive a email amount every year from the conference. The experiment of having a home for them has never been tried, but It is claimed they can bo much better taken care of in this way than in any other. The mor...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 14 June 1899

% THE NEWS FROM VIRGINIA CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1. "'St PETERSBURG. rr,rr^?!... ? A |f h JT73 n AShortage in the Peanut Crop Anticipated, JA 4 r * *f ?" ? " ? ??.*?' Rr. Chnfctlim 1?. ?niiy Oonrt-RrporC* ??t Meslgnntion or General necre n'f) lMeaanult-Allctredt.nwbreaU er Ur ought front Surrey. Petersburg, Va.. June IS.?It was said yesterday by a prominent peanut Gleaner ?nd buyer and also by a lead? ing eonW.stlon. merchant of this city, that the peahut market In Petersburg will be lighter in supply on the first of October next than It has been in ten years before. This reters to Virginia and Spanish nuts of, both high and low grades. It bas already been stated in tbese columns that In some of the Jtelghborlng counties tbe peanuts wbleh ?have been planted have rotted in the ground on account of the cool weather said that some of the farmers will have to replant. MR. CHASTINE TALLEY DEAD. Mr. Chastine H. Talley died at hla residence on Old street Sunday after? noon. He was a native of ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 14 June 1899

PORTSMOUTH LOCAL NEWS'AND ADVERTISEMENf^ MR. WHITEHURST CH1EFJENGINEER City Council Puts Him in Charge Sewer Pump House. fT/\ ?\ A ?... ~~~~~~ STREET CAR FENDERS Tbo ?tnaatton of Eight Honri ? Dny ror Policemen, Fireman nud l'utiin llonae t mtilojcc?, Referred . to tbe Commlttno -Tlie Dinner of n ? Kow Bnrv?]r For Ibo (Jlly Agitated ? oilier Matters of Imporlnnoc * Heiiril nnd Beforretl to Proper Committee*. The City Council held their regular monthly meeting last night with the following members present John J. King, president; C. W. Wolker, J. Davis Beed, L. C. Brlnson, Samuel T. Monta tjUe, R. E. Glover, L. P. Slater, Emmett Deans, H. B. Wlnlctns, D. Wr. Ballen tlne, W. Jones Williams, James W. Brown, J Leon Codd, R. D. Guy, W. T. liaokUs. "All properly approved bills were al? lowed. ? The Finance Committee recommended that a compromise with Wardroper & Co., in the suit against them be made for |8,500, and -that he be required to pay all court costs In the sulL the same to fc...

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