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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 14 June 1899

PORTSMOUTH UOGflL NEWS AND ADVERTISEMENTS. _ ._Continued. ?HAVE YOU BEEN TO? M. ROSENBAUM S STORE -DURING HIS Great Retiring Sale? If you haven't you're not in it. Men's and Boys' Cloth? ing, Hats and Furnishings are being sold at prices less than the actual cost of making. Just like buying gold dollars for fifty cents. Suppose you come in and take a look. The items below will interest you. Boy's Long Pants Suits $3.97. For big Boys, slzo 14 to 19 years, and for small Men up to 35 Inch breast measurement. They're made of extra flno Cheviots and Casslmeres, In tho newest, neatest and nobbiest Spring patterns. Wo sold thorn right here for $6.60 and $7.60, but they must go, and wo offer tho choice for $3.97. MEN'S SUITS Worth $7.50 for $3.98. Just think of it! Men's well-made Suits In fancy mixed Cheviots and Casslmcres. In light and dark shades? the same Suits that actually sold at $G.C0 and $7.50? to go at $3.98. Blue Serge Suits. Guaranteed $12.60, color and wear, worth $6.98. Men's...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 14 June 1899

review of the Markets; Shipping News; and Real Estate Business REYIEW OF MARKETS FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL Stocks, Money, Exchange, Bonds, Grain, Cotton, Provisions, Etc. New Tork, Juno 13.?There win a marked disposition from an early pe? riod in the day's trading to take profits in many of the stocks which have en Joyed a large advance recently. This was evident practically in all of the standard stocks, and made Itself in? creasingly obvious in the Industrial specialties. The very decided strength manifested by a small group of the In? dustrials served to sustain the market for a time, and acted as a sort of cover to the profit taking sales which were fed to the market. The recent strength of Federal Steel showed no abatement during the early hours of the day. and other members of the Flower group, notably Brooklyn Transit and Peoples Gas, wore strong in sympathy; and an advance In Metro? politan, Manhattan and Sugar helped to keep up prices. The leadership o* these stocks gave pla...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 15 June 1899

VOL. III?NO. 05. N?BF?XK, VA., THURSDAY, JUNE 33, 1899?TWELVE PAGES. THREE CENTS PER COPY. LATEST NEWS OF THE WORLD BY TELEGRAPH AND CABLE { CONTINUED ON PAGES 6 AND 11. SWAM RIVER TO GIVE BATTLE American Soldiers Gross the Zampote and Fight. ROUTED THE FILIPINOS Ouo IlniHlretl or Itio Nnllvo? KilU'l mid Threw Itrindred Wouiuieti Itukoor Wrrcltol t?y Knot nn?l Mio 11 From Our Wnrnlilp?-Cannon nnii Ammunition . RlarKcil "V. S. Navy Yard" C?|ilurecl-Toliinlecr? ISInrt Homo. (By Telegraph to Vlrglnlan-Pilot.) Manila. Juno 14.?4MO p. m?The Fili? pinos retreated, several miles southward after yesterday's engagement, to the strongly fortified town of Imus. The shelling of the. American war? ships drove the rebels from Bakoor so that the Americans control several miles of coast. General Lawton, with his staff and a troop of the Fourth Caval? ry, started to ascertain the nature of the Insurgents' position. He rode five miles along the coast to Bakoor with? out discovering the enemy, lie fou...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 15 June 1899

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES TWO, THREE, AND FIVE. JLOST. TT OST. ? LADY'S SILK BELT, OXI JLj d^zed Stiver Bucklo, on Main street, between Church street nntl Poter Smith's. Suitable reward If returned to POSTAL TELEGRAPH OFFICE. Jel5-3t? FOUND._ FOUND.?20 LOGS, PINE), AT MOUTH Tanner's Creek. Address JOHN W. WEST, Scwelfs Point. JelB-lw WANTED. ? BY THE ELIZABETH City Buggy Co., a good buggy and carriage trimmer. Address THE ELIZA? BETH CITY BUGGY CO., Elizabeth City, N. C. Jel?-lw? -1*7 ANTED. ? BOARD AT OCEAN tt View for month of July for lady and child 6 years old; state location anil terms. Address "J.," this office. Jel5-3l OUNO M a n. VV ITH R E stop ~REC~ ommcndatlons, desires position sus clerk: thoroughly acquainted with- ofll-.-o work. Address LOG, euro Virginian-Pilot. It*_ WANTED AT ?~NCE. ? A GIRL FOR general housework: highest salary paid for right party. 412 W. Highland uvenue, Brambteton. ltJ ?TsTted. -^yoT;ng man would like nice furnished front room) West End, "Conv...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 15 June 1899

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON~PAGES TWO, THREE, AND FIVE WEATHER REPORT. WEATHER FORECAST. ?Washington. June 14. For Virginia Generally fair Thursday and Friday; light westerly winds. For North Carolina Generally fair Thursday and Friday; continued high temperature; variable winds. Norfolk mill Vlolultr WEATHER FORECAST FOR TO-DAY. Partly cloudy with high temperature and variable winds. TEMPERATURE. RAINFALL AND HUMIDITY. Maximum temperature. 88 Minimum temperature. 70 Normal temperature. 71 Departure from normal.plus 5 Departure from normal since Jan? uary 1st.minus 7 Rainfall in past 24 hours.Trace Rainfall since 1st of month.5.38 Mean humidity. 87 CALENDAR. Sun rises 4:44 a. m.; sets 7:27 p. m. TIDES. Norfolk: High water 1:32 a. m.. 2:21 p. m.: low water 7:57 a. m.. 8:20 p. m. Old Point: High water 1:11 n. m.. 2:00 p. m.; low water 7:36 n. in., 7:59 p. m. IHK?. FENTRESS.?At her res dence. No. 112 Ornnvllle avenue Wednesday. June Hth, at 2:45 p. nv.. HULDA, belovpd wife of L J. FentrcHS,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 15 June 1899

VIRGINIAN-PILOT. -HY THE? VIRGINIAN AM' PILOT l'UBUSHINQ COMPANY. ICMOLX VIRGINIA:, HMD DAILY PILOT. (Consolidated March. 1!>3S.) Eulctf.d at the Postofflco at Norfolk, Va . ? second-class matter. OKKICE: riUOl BUILDING, CSTV HAUL AVENUE. norfolk. va._ OFFICERS: A. II. Grand)- President: YV. S. W1IU Jnsoo. Treasurer; J.iu.? E. Allen, bec JOtAI i. BOARD OF DIRECTORS: A. 11. Grandy. L. D. Starke Jr.. T YV. Blietiotl, 1< \V. bhultlcc W. S. Wilkinson. James B, Allen, I>. K. Donovan. i ti i:i:t: tr.^i is run riH'Y. subscription rates: The VIRGIN I AN-PII.OT '!> deliver.*! subscribers by currier* n> So.IuIk ! Vicinity, i'crtsuiouth. Reikb-y. YA'csi Norfolk. Newport News, ><>' lu cents per week payable to Oi > Cttrricr. i Ry mail. lu a.i'y placu tu t"? Lniuu | fcuttt;. pMl&KV free: llAil.Y, ?mt? yi'itr - - ?8.?? ?* ?ts uiotitlie - ? ? :t.t)t> j " ll*r?<? iikm...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 15 June 1899

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES TWO, THREE, FIVE AND SIX. g^w m^m powDEii Makes the food more de?cious and wholesome COURT DECISIONS. Notes of Cases Recently Decided, Which are of Interest to Our People, DIGESTED BY W- B MARTIN. (Excluolvely for Virglnlan-Pllot.) KENDRICK V. M. B. LIFE INS- CO. Supreme Court of North Carolina, April 4, 1S99. IN THE ABSENCE OF FRAUD AN ACKNOWLEDGMENT IN A POLI? CY OF INSURANCE THAT TBK PREMIUM HAS BEEN PAID CAN? NOT BE CONTRADICTED BY PA ROL EVIDENCE. A POLTCY IS PRESUMED TO HAVE BEEN DELIVERED AT ITS DATE, IF IX POSSESSION OF INSURED. A POLICY SUSCEPTIBLE OF TWO CONSTRUCTIONS IT IS CON? STRUED FAVORABLY TO INSUR? ED, AND AS CONSTRUED BY COMPANY'S AGENT. INSURED IS NOT BOUND BY COM? PANY'S INSTRUCTIONS TO ITS AGENT NOT KNOWN TO HIM. THE TIME OF THE MAILINOTTJF A CHECK BX?THE A< I KNT-T-O?T-H-K COM PAN Y IN PAYMENT OF PRE? MIUM WAS THE TIME OF PAY? MENT, THE CHECK BEING AF? TERWARDS PAID. John F. Kcndrick applied for Insur? ance on ids life in...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 15 June 1899

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES TWO, THREE, FIVE AND SLX. COURTS OF NORFOLK Virginia Electric Company Sold for Twenty Thousand Dollars. H ho Pur!? er I obiicco Company Char? tered - Property Transfers?Rlilr rlngo l.leen??? Is?iic?l ? Police Items oilier Matters. The Parker Tobacco Company was chartered by Judge Hanckel yesterday 5n the Corporation Court. The incor porators are: .Messrs- Purl Parker, Charles E. Hall. David Chalmers, \V. 1>. Brooke and Tazewell Taylor. The chief object of the company is to Bell tit wholesale tobacco, cigars, cigar? ettes and snuff. Its capital stock may be not less than $10.000, nor more than $25,000.. The amount of real estate Vhicb the company may hold at any time is not to exceed in value $r>0.000. The officers named in the charter are: Purl Parker, president; Charles E. Hall, vice-president; David Chalmers, secretary: Purl Parker, treasurer. fhese, with W. L. Brooke and Tuzewell aylor. compose the Board of Directors. DAMAGE SC I...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 15 June 1899

THE NEWS FROM THE OLD NORTH STATE AND ITS CAPITAL. OUR RALEIGH NEWS BUDGET r-> _ Trouble in Adjustment of Military Matters. THE OLD AND THE NEW Old Cvpipnuloi Reluru to Find Now in tiio Way?Legality ot Payments to Peulteutlurjr Directors ftuct lloueU?1'tao Carolina nud Xort?? ?ru ltallroud? Convlot? Lauded? ?ow loliou Sooil Oil Jim, Raleigh, N. C, June 11.?The adjutant generalis having considerable ditllculty In adjusting military mutters at Ra? leigh, Charlotte and Asheville. New companies were formed at these places during the absence, in Cuba, of the old companies and they were accepted In the State Guard. Now the old com? panies, having returned, also make ap? plication for admission and must be taken In, and the troublo uriscs over an attempt to amalgamate the old and new companies. In Raleigh, for Instance, there are the old Governor's Guard (Company K), and the new Governor's Guard (Company It). In Asheville there are the Asheville .Light Infantry (old) and the Blu...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 15 June 1899

NEWS FROM RICHMOND AND OTHER PARTS OF VIRGINIrvT RICHMOND NEWS AND GOSSIP Messrs Anderson and GoorJe Men? tioned For Senatorship. RED MAN MADE SICK jm Vm lirinc Initiated and Had Conceatloii of i lie Lungs?Rev. TVm. l.ii Ii uro I'd win I>ccllno Call to Ten? able Street t liurcbj? Casts Dispos? ed of by Mnprenio Coarl of Appenlw at IVyiltcville. (Special to VIrglnlan-Pilot.) Richmond, Va? Juno 14.?While It Is certain that Hon. William A. Jones will not be a candidate for tho Senate it seems that there is no certainty that there will not be a candidate. There is a great deal of talk of Hon. "William A. Anderson, of Lexington, or Hon. John Goode, of Bedford City, be? coming a candidate. It Is believed, how? ever, that both would decline a nomina? tion If tendered it. There is little doubt of a campaign, and as effective a one as possible, being carried on by tho Reform League. Rooms for the league have been leased at Murphy's Hotel until November. The object of the league Is...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 15 June 1899

THE NEWS FROM VIRGINIA CONTINUED FROM PAGE TEN PETERSBURG. Large Advance in Price of Spanish Peanuts. Slnciy arol'eiil? Fer Baibtl Offrratl unit RofMSCt) - Arrimted on n Hori uut Cliurge -t'ultlujr l'i> Folcs nud wires. Petersburg, Va., June 14.?There was a considerable boom in Spanish pea? nuts yesterday and a large advance in price. For the past few days they have been very firm at cents per bushel, and yesterday they suddenly advanced to 90 cents per bushel, at which price there wan a sale of between fifteen hundred and two thousand bags. Later in the day 90 cents per bushel was re? fused for some lots, holders wanting one dollar per bushel. A prominent commission merchant on Sycamoro street who deals largely in peanuts, said yesterday that the stock Of Virginia peanuts was very light. ARRESTED ON A SERIOUS CHARGE. Yesterday afternoon about 6 o'clock Mr. C. L. Davis, who is in the employ of the Richmond, Petersburg and Caro? lina Railroad Company, alleges that ho had s...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 15 June 1899

PORTSMOUTH LOCAL NEWS AND ADVERTISEMENTR PASSING NOTE A Compilation of Miscellaneous News Matter in Condensed Form, FRESH CLEAN AND BRICHT A Dm?.t lllrcclory of the llnppniilu~? of n D?y ItrtctlT Told, Thotictl Niii'iti oho ihn i.r??. Iiiiereaitng null Imporliiiif - liilorniulloii S-'or Those W ho Neck I? Know lllld Uli? ri>iMnn<t ii inn la Going;on Among; ilic People. y Mr. Joseph S- Cotton, one of our young and prosperous Western Branch truckers, picked cucumbers yesterday. There will bo a lawn party held on the Park View M. E. Church lawn this evening for the benefit of that church. Cars pass every few minutes, making It accessible to those who would pa? tronize a good cause. Mr. Chas. J. Thompson, of this city, uns elected Grand Outside Sentinel at the recent meeting of tho Grand En? campment of Odd Fellows held in Rich? mond. Mr. M. P. Claud qualified yesterday In the Hustings Court as a notary public. Mr. J. S. Crawford will give out the child's stove to-...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 15 June 1899

PORTSMOUTH ADVERTISEMENTS CONTINUED?TELEGRAPH CONTINUED FROM SIXTH PAGE. HAVE YOU BEEN TO? ?DURING HIS If you haven't you're not in it. Men's and Boys' Cloth? ing, Hats and Furnishings are being sold at prices less than the actual cost of making. Just like buying gold dollars for1 fifty cents. Suppose you come in and take a look. The items below will interest you. Boy's Long Pants $3.97.' Suits For birr Hoya. b!so H to 19 years, ana for small Men up to it; Inch breast measurement. They're made of extra flno Cheviots and Cassltneroe, In the newest, neatest anil nobb'csl Spring patterns. Wo sold them right here for JG.TiO and $7.'.o. but th< y must 80, and wo offer the choice for $3.97. MEN'S SUITS Worth $7.50 for $3.98. Just think of it! Men's well-made Suits In fancy mixed Cliovlots and Casslmercs, In licht and dark shades? the same Suits that actually sold at $600 and $T..r0?to go at $3.98. Blue Serge Suits. (itmrantced color and wear, worth 112.60, $6.98. Men's Handkerc...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 15 June 1899

Review of the Markets; Shipping News; and Real Estate Business. ' REVIEW OF MARKETS FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL Slocks, Honey, Exchange, Bonds, Grain, Cotton, Provisions, Etc. New York, Juno 14.?Tho profession? al board room traders, whose effort It Is to keep in the current Of events for a short turn In prices, were kept In a very unsettled frame of mind to-day by the frequent ebb and llow of prices and they were left lu a state of con? fusion at the close under the puzzling conlllct of currents in the stock mark? et. Some rather large interests evi? dently took their prullis on the recent rise yesterday, and, haying done so, were ready to avow the fact this morn? ing. This brought a considerable fol? lowing from outside sources, and the commission houses wore sellers <>f the general list. Hut the bears who sold stocks freely in the late Hurry yester? day were buyers at the decline for the purpose of covering their short con? tracts, so that the belated liquidati...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 16 June 1899

LATEST NEWS OF THE WORLD BY TELEGRAPH AND CABLE{S^SS SITUATION IN THE PHILIPPINE The Filipinos Again Seek the Mountains. WIORl^-TROOPS FOR OTIS Doubl < nsi I'fiou Itrport Tlinl Grit? ?ml i.min Ii?* iiocn Assassinated ? Revolutions lu Bavolniloaar) Orffiin ? ??ii? Org<aul*liig ilire?> Keclmenia lu l'blllunlaiM?III? Force tu II? Incroitsed lo 33,000. (Dy TelegTaph to Vlrglnian-Fllot.) Manila, Juno 1"..?5:50 p. in.?Captain Cable, of General Whea ton's stuff, with three companies of the Twenty first Regiment, rcconnoltered In the di? rection of Imus. The rebels, who were apparently expecting an attack, re? tired, leaving behind them twenty Spanish prisoners who Joined the Amer? icans. CARRIED DEAD AND WOUNDED. The rebels have probably gone to the mountains along the lake, According; to native stories, they car? ried 10U dead and 300 wound, d through Bakoor after the recent battle. The natives arc now Hooding into Bakoor, and it is probable there are many...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 16 June 1899

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES TWO, THREE* FIVE AND SIX LOST. ? OST. ? LADY'S SILK BELT, OXI Ij <i zed Silver Buckle, on Main street, between Church street and Peter Smith's. Bultaule reward If returned to POSTAL TELEGRAPH OFFICE. Jel6-3t" FOUND. XTl OUND.-20 LOGS. PIN 10. AT MOUTH X1 Tanner's Creek. Address JOHN W. WEST, Sewell's Point. Jel5-lw WANTED WANTED. ? POSITION BY AN Ex? perienced collector; will furnish references or bond Address "EXPERI? ENCED," this of lice. jel6-3t* ANTED. ? A POSITION A8.8TEN ograplu r and typewriter by young man of experience; reference given. Ad? dress N. D. M., care Virginian-Pilot. It? WA*NTKD AT ONCE. ? A GIRL FOR general housework; highest salary paid for right party. 412 W. Highland avenue, Rramblcton. It INGLE GENTLEMAN W ANTS good room, with board, In private family, Rramblcton Waal: privilege of bath room preferred: raferenecs ex? changed. "W., caro Virgtaian-Pllot oftlce. JelG-St*_ OirNG MAN. WITH BEST OF REC ommendatlons, desires ...

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

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES TWO, THREE. FI VF AND SIX WCA-TH.!:.R--.R-E:PORT "Washington. D. C, June 15, 1S93. Forecast for Friday: For Virginia nnd North Carolina? Fulr and cooler Friday; fair Saturday; Norfolk mill Viel nil v WEATHER FORECAST FOR TO-DAY. Fair and cooler; light westerly winds TEMPERATURE. RAINFALL AND HUMIDITY. June 15th, 1S99. Maximum temperature. . 95! Minimum temperature . "3 I Normal temperature. "1 Departure from normal .plus 10 | Departure from normal since Jan? uary 1st .plus 3 j Rainfall in ;<ast 24 hours . 0 Rainfall since 1st of month.5.3S j Mean humidity . 76 CALENDAR. Sun rises at 4:44 a. m. and sets at 7:27 d. m. I TIDES. NoiTolk? High water, 2:17 a. m. and 8:09 D. m. Low water, 8:42 a. m. and 9:14 ii. m. Old Point?High wnter, 1:86 a. m. and 2:48 p. m. Low water, 8:21 a. m. and ?:?:( P. m._ DIKU. CECIL.?At Wythevllle Va., on the 14th lust.. Mrs. MARY A CECIL, in the B3rd year of her ago, mother of the late Capt. J. F. Cecil, of th!s city. M...

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

VIRGINIAN-PILOT. ?RY TUB VIRGINIAN anh im i a)t PUBLISHING COMPANY. t Ct J OLK VIRGINIAN fi!D DAILY PILOT. (Consolidated March, isss.) Emend at the ro<iufr.co at Nortolk. Va.. a? second-class iii?tter. ? ' OP MC Ii: PILOT UI.MI.P1NO. CITY HALL AVENUE. norfolk. va. OFFICERS: A. H. Granily. President; W. s. Wilk? inson, Treasurer; Janus E. Allen. Sec? retary. ? BOARD OF DIRECTORS: A. H. Urandy. L. U. Starke if.. TW. Ehelion. K VV. Shultlce, W. S. Wilkin?in. James E. Allen, D. 1". Donovan. 1 llici.i. ? l..> is I?14? ROi'T, subscription rates: The VIRGINIAN-PILOT 1? delivered ?.n subscribers liv carriers in fco/IolK ???;?? Vicinity, 1'crlsnioulh. Berkley. Su. in West Norfolk, Newport New?. lu cents per week payable to lies earrlci Hy mull, lo any place Ui UM L?>'<1' blau*, vising* tree: DAILY, ?tie jrenr - an no ?* tit niunilK ... It.ttO M I lire months - - l.-.O " ?II?' Mltllllll ? ?' " ??">" ADVERTISING RATES: AOvciitsc n:\!nts li...

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

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES TW?TTHREE-FIVE AND SIX. i ^?APiP1 ? - ii'^tv^ ?A^M ftnm st Mckes the food more delicious and v, ciolesome COURT DECISIONS. Notes of Cases R ce-itlv Decided, Which are of Interest lo Our Feople, DIGESTED BY W- B- MARTIN. (Exclusively for VIrslnlrfn-Pilot.) ROSS V. N. Y. LIFE INS. CO. Supreme Court of North Carolina. April 11, 1S>*J9. WHERE AN APPLICATION FOR A POLICY PROVIDING THAT THE COMPANY WAS NOT TO BE LIA? BLE UNTIL ITS APPROVAL. IS? SUE OF POLICY AND PAYMENT OF PREMIUM WHILE APPLICANT WAS IN GOOD HEALTH. WAS SENT TO THE COMPANY WITH A NOTE FOR T1IK PREMIUM, AND COMPANY RETAINED APPLICA? TION AND NOTE WITHOUT AC? TION FOR OVER TWO MONTHS, WHEN APPLICANT DIED, THERE WAS NO CONTRACT OF INSUR? ANCE. Tho court says: Plalntiri's Internate, on September 27, 1R95. made application for life insur nncc with defendant's agent, and gave his note for the lirst payment. Tiic- ap? plication und note, which was ac< i pted ns cash, were forwar...

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

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES TWO, THREE, FIVE AND SIX. NEWS OF THE COURTS Two Charters Granted by Judge Hanckel Yesterday. Sprclnl .Tory Ordered lo Try on SOlli. Inotnnt, i'nto In ('? s. Court In Ulilrli CltJT of I'm-.um Ii I? l'lnlui III'? Cases I) l nim In sc?]? Judge Hanckel, of the Corporation Court, yesterday granted a charter to the Virginia Railway Motor Company, formeil for the purpose of manufact? uring, selling and leasing railway mo? tors and general railway appliance? and furnishings of all kinds and descrip? tions, to contract with railway com? panies for building and equipping rail? ways, etc. The capital stock of the company Is to be not less than Sio.ooo, nor more than $50.000, to be divided IntO' shares of $100 each. The officers for the flnst year, aa named in the charter, are: T. D. lies kins, of New York, pres cient; K. O. Odom, of Norfolk, vice-president; C. W. Tebault, of Norfolk, secretary and treasurer. These, with Edwin M. Twist, of Grand Rapids, Mich., and ...

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