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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 16 June 1899

THE NEWS FROM THE OLD NORTH STATE AND ITSC?PITAL. CAPITAL CITY NEWS NOTES Seen and Heard in the City of Raleigh. STATE CUARD MATTERS Euch Regiment Will ('amp nt )loro? bead CKj About Ten Dnyn-Ncco.nl Beg-lnic.it Divided Into ilnttnllmis ?CotiiiuUaloim lasuod ? New <>r flclnls In C'bnrse ?>' Agrlcnllnrnl Departiucnt-Mnrrlnges, Raleigh, N. C, June 15.? The exact program for the annual encampment ol the State Guard will ho arranged this week. As already stated In these columns, the encampment will he held some time In July, probably about the 15th. The Guard will go Into camp at Morehead by regiments, each regiment remaining about ten days. Tho First Regiment, which Is to be formed out of the companies of the First North Carolina Volunteer Regiment, will not go Into camp this .summer but will take instead a prnetlce march next fall. TUB SECOND REGIMENT. Tlie Adjutant General Issues an or? der arranging the companies of the Second Regiment, North Carolina State Guard, Into thre...

Publication Title: Virginian-Pilot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 16 June 1899

NEWS FROM RICHMOND AND OTHER PARTS OF VIRGINIA. LETTER Governor Tyler Returns From His Staunton Trip, MILITARY EXAMINATIONS Itrm.i 'nn of Tonne Sinn Found Henri ou Itntlrontl Track Nenr l.ce Hull Hny lie KxtlsilliefJ? Horn* Ucctilon? of Supreme four!?Opposition to Juden Witt Hot, .Mortui? Accept* Btchnioml I'rtMiornte? (Special to Virginian-Pilot.) Richmond, Va., June 15.?Governor Tyler and Dr. J. Vv*. Southall, State Superintendent or Public Instruction, returned to-day from Staunton, where they had been in attendance upon the closing exercises of the Deaf and Blind Institute. They were greatly pleased With the manner in which the school Is conducted. Dr. Southnll is of the opinion that the Legislature would make the largest possible appropriation could the members see ns he saw, the wonderful work which is being accom? plished at the school. MILITARY EXAMINATIONS. A military board, consisting of Atlju tan General Nalle, Captain W. W. Bar? row nnd Captain K. A. Williams, yes? terda...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 16 June 1899

THE NEWS FROM VIRGINIA CONTINUED FROM PAGE TEN 1 NEWPORT NEWS. Charges Preferred Against Chief Harwood and Other Officers, lUo Hearing l*n*tpouecl Tor I'lvo 1>:?jb-A Xew Murhct Co Do Eatitb ll*lie<t ? A l>ouble I.atmcliluig liuulicd 1 orI Iii. Iii-it hui. Newport News, Va., June 15.?There is an effort on foot in Blood'.'.eld to oust the entire Liolice force. Chief of Police Boatwright and OHl cers Williamson and Edwards were served with notices yesterday summon? ing tliein to appear before the Board of Police Commissioners of Newport Magisterial District to show cause why they should not be removed for mal feasanoe and misfeasance In office- At the appointed hour the accused offi? cers repaired to Justice Jones' office und there met the three Police Com? missioners, K. T. Smith, chairman; A C. Pulllain and J. H. Horton. Com? monwealth's Attorney P. St. George Wllcox, of the county, was also pres? ent. The chairman of the board announced that he was ready to proceed to busi?...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 16 June 1899

PORTSMOUTH LOCAL NEWS AND ADVERTISEMENTS OF MORE THAN FA?O KOTE A Compilation of Miscellaneous News waiter in Condensed Form. FRESH CLEAN AND BRIGHT A Dail y Director}- of tin- 11 npprn i ug ol n Dity llr.clly Told, Itiougli Mii-iii >on?< ill'- Linn InlrrcNtluu imii liuporinut-Iiiloriimiloii t-nr TIiono WIio .Si rk ? <> Know iiml Un (lern I it nil Vi hut l?Golii?ou A Haunts Hie People. The assault of Bessee Kui?ferman and Annie Helmunson was continued In the Police Court yesterday till thla morning;. Captains Happ< r and Bland will appear in this case, the latter rep? resenting .Mrs. Kupferman. One white drunk got off with the us? ual I'.ne for such an offense yes.onlay In the Police Court. The June term of the Norfolk County Court begins on Monday. Mrs. Jane Williams, who resides on County street. Is critically ill. Her friends are apprehensive. The children who attend the public schools are happy. The school year virttually wound up yesterday, and their shouts could...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 16 June 1899

PORTSMOUTH LOCAL AND ADVERTISEMENTS, CONTINUED?TELEGRAPH CONTINUED FROM SIXTH PAGE ?HAVE YOU BEEN TO? Hi DURING HIS Great iale ? 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, size 11 to 19 years, nnd for small Men up to 35 Inch breast measurement. They're made of extra line Ghcv ota and Casstmeres, In tie newest, neatest and nobb'est Spring patterns. VtV sold them right here for JG50 and $7.50. but they must go. and we 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 Chcvlors and Casslmercs, hi light and dark shades? the same Suits that actually sold at $6.00 and $7.50? to go at $3.98. Blue Serge Suits. color and wear, worth Guaranteed $12.50, $6.98. Men's H...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 16 June 1899

_Review oe the - Markets; Shipping News; and Real Estate Business. - ? ? ? ???-1-j.-_ * REVIEW OF MARKETS FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL Stocks, Money, Exchange Bonds, Grain, Cotton, Provisions, Etc. New York. June 15.?The public con? tinued to hold aloof from the stock market and to-day's dealings were al? most wholly professional. There was the resemblance ot strength at one time, due to sympathy with the activ? ity in a small group of specialties which were bought by large Interests more or less identified with them. Trices of the group were advanced, and the traders bought the general list, causing small advances all around. But the rise failed absolutely to Invite any outside buying, and the supporting tac? tics were abandoned during the course of the day. The listless condition that ensued was such as to Invite bear ag? gression. Hut the b->ar party appa? rently suffered from the seasonable las? situde as mach as the general public, nnd their operations were not pursued with any ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 17 June 1899

? VOL. III?NO. ?7. NORFOLK, VA., SATURDAY, JUNE 17. 189!)?TWELVE PAGES. TIUlilT CENTS PER COPY. LATEST NEWS OF THE WORLD BY TELEGRAPH AND CABLE {CONl'Z" ?N ANOTHER BATTLE IN PHILIPPINES Aguinaldo Leads Army Against MacArthur's Force. HOW LUNA WAS KILLED VIT? Thousand Filipino?, tlinler Per ?ounl Direction or Asulnnldo Al? Inch Allicrlcuus uucl SnfTcr n Ki>> value, wiiii iiouvT l.o?M-t?iiriucr Particular* oCtlia AaviiftHlnar Ion m Oenernl I.nun ? Filipinos Wreak V?<n|CL<iiiir<< Upon f i loudly Nnllvcu. (By Telegraph to Vlrglnlan-Pllot.) Manila, June 16.?*6:46 p. m.?After cutting tho railroad and telegraph at Apalit, seven miles south, for the pur? pose of severing connection, the rebels ttttuckod General MacArthur's lines at San Fernando, at 4:30 this morning.! They met with an unexpectedly warm reception, and were repulsed with a lo3s of seventy-live killed and thirty pris? oners nnd many wounded. The rebel's force is estimated to have been numbered at 5,000 men. T...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 17 June 1899

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES TWO, THREE AND FIVE _ LOST._ LOS T.?THURSDAY X I G It T, Be? tween the door of the hall of St. Mary's Acodouy and Molt street u Lady's Srnad Span! ti Silver Watch. The finder will lie suitably rewarded by leaving It at St. Mary's Academy._ll_ LOST. ? LADY'S SILK BELT, OXl d Ked Silver BllCkle. on Main street, between Church street and Peter Smith's. Sulla.-le reward If returned to POSTAL TELEGRAPH OFFICE. J l?-St? FOUND. FOUND.?20 1 .<n;:-.' LINE, AT MOUTH Tanners Creek. Address JOHN W. WEST, Sewell'e Point. Jel5-lw WANTED?AT ONCE, BY YOUNG man led couple, a large, cool room, with board,In private family In West End. House with porch nr.d yard preferred. References exchanged. Address Immedi? ately, COMFORT, this Blee. Jel7-3t? W~?NTED^BR1CK 1 A Y ERS A'TNEW Post of (ice Bldg. Wares, One. per hour: S hours: cor. 1 iume and Atlantic streets. Apply to S. II. WEAVER, Bupt. New Postofltce Bldg. It* \\t "anted?a partner of bomj VV bus n.-ss ability With S3....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 17 June 1899

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK .ON PAGES TWO, THREE AND FIVE WEATHER REPORT. Washington, D. C, Juno 16, 1899. Forecast lor Saturday:* For Virginia?Fair and continued cool weather Saturday; fair and not so cool Sunday; light to fresh northerly 1 winds, becoming variable. For North Carolina?Generally fair and cooler Saturday, preceded by show? ers on the Immediate coast; fair Sun? day; fresh northerly winds. , Norfolk nn<l TlrlnJlT WEATHER FORECAST FOR TO-DAY. Fair and cool; light north to east winds. TEMPERATURE. RAINFALL. AND HUMIDITY. June 16th, 1899. Maximum temperature . 83 Minimum temperature . 74 Normal temperature. 74 Departure from normal .Dlus 4 Departure from normal since Jan? uary 1st . plus 7 Rainfall In oast 24 hours . 0 Rainfall since 1st of month.6.3S Mean 'humidity . 62 CALENDAR. Sun rises at 4:44 a. m. and sets at 7:27 d. m. TIDES. Norfolk?High water, 3:05 a. m. and 8:59 p. m. Low water, 9:29 a. m. and 10:12 p. m. Old Point?High water, 2:44 a. m. and 3:38 p. m. Low water, 9:...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 17 June 1899

VIRGINIAN--PILOT. ?BY THE? VIRGINIAN AND 1MI.OT PUBLISHING COM I'ANY. lOMOLK VIRGINIA AKD" DAILY PILOT (Consolidated March. 1S98.) Entcud at llic rosioftlce at Norfolk. Va., a? second-class inAtter. OFFICE: PILOT BUILDING. CITY HALL. AVENUE, norfolk. va. OFFICERS: A. H. tirandy. President; W. S. Wilk? inson. Treasurer; J aims E. Allen. Sec? retary. ' BOARD OF DIRECTORS: A. H. Urandy. L. D. Starke Jr.. T W. Ehelton. R. W. Shultlce W. 8. Wilkinson, J&tnOS E. Allen. U. F. Donovan. Til ItKi: VKN t!t PIS It CIH*T. subscription rates: The VIRc.INIAN-riLOT Is delivered '.o subscribers bv currier* In Sn/MK ??+ v.cir.ity, Portsmouth. Berkley, a" ,n West Norfolk, Newport News, for 1? cunts per week pjvabie to thi carrier Ry mult, io any ulaco lu Uie United fclatce, postage free": l>'Ail.Y,one yrnr - S.voo *? als. uiontli? ... S.OO " Iiiree utotiili* ? ? *? Ollf tllOlllll ? ? ? ADVEltTISING UATKS: Aa\erllsc mcnid inserted al the r?io of 75 cents a Square. Hist insertion; ouch subsequent...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 17 June 1899

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES TWO, THREE ANjTftvr~ E%w B^py powder Makes the food mote delicious and wholesome COURT DECISIONS. Notes of Cases Recently Decided, Which are of Interest to / Our People. DIGESTED BY W- B- MARTIN. (Exclualvely for Vlrslnlan-Pllot.) WITTKOW8KY V. G1DNEY. Supreme Court of NorthCarollna, April 11, 1899. A PEED BY THE OWNER OF A HOMESTEAD WITHOUT HIS "WIFE'S SIGNATURE IS INVALID UNDER ARTICLE 10, SECTION 8. OF THE CONSTITUTION OF NORTH CAROLINA AND PASSES NO INTEREST. The facts sufficiently appear from the opinion of the Court. The Court says Action for the possession of land. It is not denied that 11. Jus ice had a good title. Roth parties claim under him. and neither claims by any title superior to his. Roth parties put In evidence a mort? gage deed from B. Justice, not sinned by his wife, to defendant, J. W. Old ney, and J. c. Gidney, dated and reg? istered February 10, 1883, conveying land described "as the homestead of B. Justice, being the lands set apa...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 17 June 1899

LATEST TELEGRAPH NEWS, CONTINUED FROM~~FRIST PAGE. ANOTHER COAL MINE HORROR. TWO EXPLOSIONS RESULT IN DEATH OP ELEVEN MEN. (By Telegraph to Vlrtuuan-Pttot.) North Sydney, C. B., June 16.?The most appalling disaster In the history of Cape Breton coal mining, occurred at the Caledonia mine at Glace Ray, the Coal Company, to-ay, when two explo? sions occurred, causing the death of eleven men. including Thomas Johnson, the underground manager of the works, and brother of the assistant manager of the company. I'p to noon ten bod? ies had been recovered. The names of the victims follow: Thomas Johnson, underground man? ager: Nell McDonald. 61 Plcton; John Doyle. Sr., John Doyle, Jr., Stephen Mc Cormlek, of Sydney; Alexander Mc? Donald, Cape North: William Simpson, Malcolm McAuley, Roy McDougall,, Ar? thur Grant. Missing?Donnld Martin. DEEP UNDERGROUND. The explosions occurred In the west pit, and at it depth of about three quar? ters of a mile, and were caused by gas which bad accumulned ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 17 June 1899

THE NEWS FROM THE OLD NORTH STATE AND ITS CAPITAL,. EWS NOTES FROM RALEIGH Piece of Good Work by the Teacher's Assembly. AN INTERESTING REPORT % Few -Student* Who Arc Slnirlciilitlctl Are Well Prepared In Kusllali ? Colonel Brio's Gift lo llic Home learn-lllwtury of North Carolin? itcciiiii'iin "iicvonoiii r." capture I>l?tllleries but .His* tlio Operators Rnle|Kh, N. C.i June 1C?Mr. JosepluiB Daniels, editor of the News and Ob? server, writes Iiis paper as follows from Morehead City: "One-of the best pieces of work ever dono by the Teachers' Assembly was the appointment of a committee at the last session to prepare a course in Eng lisli and literature and report at the present session of the assembly- The, comn.ltlee appointed was composed of Kdwin Minis, Trinity College, Durham, chairman; J. Y. Joyner, State Normal and Industrial College, Greensborp; Ii. F. Slodd, Wake Forest College, "Wake Forest; T. II. Harrison, David? son College, Davidson; Thomas Hume, University of North ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 17 June 1899

NEWS FROM RICHMOND AND OTHER PARTS' OF VIRGINIA. A Demented Young Lady Wanders Away From Home. A VERY STRANGE OFFER Wlllliisr to Heroine n. Sub?iItnte Vor n I ill' convict? Tile Propound ?'o?. forenoo of Ojnivernor??Movement?, of Govcrno, Tyler?luimriihc Krnli Tree orrlinrd* ?fiocrpmry l.ntrMtfcV Ilnn^liior Wlni it ftletlnl. (Special to Virginian-Pilot.) Richmond. Ya., Juno 16.?The re? markably large number of persons in Virginia missing from home la illus? trated by "the letters received at tho Govorno's office making Inquiries for absent ones. A letter from Mrs. C. McVcy, who resides near Forest, in Bedford coun? ty, was received by the Governor to? day, stating that her sister had wan? dered away from home while in a de? mented condition, several weeks ngo. The writer wrote to ask if the lady who hnd written the Governor asking to be allowed to take place of a prisoner serving a life sentence in the penitenti? ary was her sister. The Governor re? plied that the name Riven was dif...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 17 June 1899

THE NEWS FROM VIRGINIA CONTINUED^ FROM PAGE EIGHT PETERSBURG. Closing Exercises of the Public Schools. Death of It Hiililr t<f, Nad it Former Revident ? lllrlbdny Clefornllon ludustrlnl-Iteslcuatlou- Work of Hie T. !8. 1'. .?. . Petersburg. Va., June 16.?The clos? ing exercises of the public ?chools took place yesterday, and were very simple at each of the schools. Members of the School Board were present and deliv? ered the medals, certificates, etc. The tollowlng is a liet of the fourteen full graduates and medalists of the High School: Misse? Laura E. Marks, Nan nie Mcllwaine Cooper, Bessie Stephen son. Claudia B. Willis, Susie A. Bu? chanan, Mattle Fitzgerald, Margaret K. Collier, Lucy M. Hayes, Belle Syd nor. Pattie E. Edmunds, and Nannie P. Myers; Messrs. William F. Gray, Maeon Brltton, and Harold P. Mine tree. DEATHS. Mrs. Virginia Hatch, wife of Mr. B. F. Hatch, a prominent merchant on Bank street, died at an early hour thla morning at her husband's residence, ou Tabb str...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 17 June 1899

PORTSMOUTH LOCAL NEWS AND ADVERTISEMENTS CLOSING OF THE PUBLIO SCHOOLS High School Commencement at Elks Opera House. INTERESTING OCCASION Tbo Nnmo? of tlie ?ratinntc* ?ml Tlioao Wlu't II?t? Won Cert flciro? niKl l?Ulinciion of Ynrtoinf Kind? lit ilic HinVrrnt ?'?cliooii* or iln> CMy ? Mr. llnrlow'S Fine ?ililn?? ? Ic I*ro?o nnd I'orlry, yesterday morning at the different public school 'buildings the closing ex? ercises of the schools of the city took place. The School Board, divided into committees, visited the schools, and the members were highly pleased at the great advancement and proficiency shown by the pupils. The following lists show the names of the scholars, who, in various ways, have earned distinction: First Primary?Certificate?: Frank Fitchett, Minnie Boswlck. Edla Peele, Hugh Sykes, Louise Edwards, Gertrude Temple. Honorable Mention?Studies: Sister Anderton, Elsie Culpepper, Grace Jol lett, Margueret Minton. Ruth Sykes, Helen Trent, Betsy Wonnycutt, Hugh Musso. Joe F...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 17 June 1899

PORTSMOUTH LOCAL NEWS AND ADVE RTIS EI M EN TS ?HAVE YOU BEEN TO? If you haven't you're not in it. Men's and Boys' Cloth? ing, Hats und Furnishings are being sold at pi ices 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 vou. Boy's Long Pants Suits $3.97. For big Hoys, size M to 19 years, and for small Men tip to 33 Inch breast measurement. They're made of extr.i fine Chfcv ots .md Casslmeres, In the newest, nentest and nobb'est Spring pntterns. Wo sold them right here for fr, go nnd r7..r.o. but th'y must go, and we offer the choice lor $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 Casslmeres, In light nnd dark shades? the same Suits that actually sold at JG.tO andf J7.50? to go at ---$3.98r Blue Serge Suits. Guaranteed color and wear, worth $1Z60, $6.98. Men's Handkerchiefs. Men's large size Handkerchiefs?hem Bf.t...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 17 June 1899

JgjmE'W_JM^Tim MARKETS; SHIPPING NEWS; AND REAL ESTATE BUSINESS. REVIEW OF MARKETS FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL Stocks, Money, Exchange, Bonds, Grain, Cotton, Provisions, Etc. Now York, June 18.?There was small number of, stocks whose prices j were marked up at the opening to-iTay, and for which a buying demand exist- j ed at Intervals during the whole day. The Coalers wore conspicuous, espe? cially the Reading Issues, and they rosa on an average of about lVs points. Tue Flower group also moved upwards and gave some semblance </t strength to the general market. Aside from this demand, the market was almost wholly neglected and In the hands of a small coterie of professional traders. The tit most endeavors of these operators did not serve to move prices more than a small fraction except In a few isolated cases. The advance in the Coalers was pret? ty well held. It was attributed to the return from Europe of a prominent financier who has figured In many raii road reorganizations and to...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 18 June 1899

LATEST NEWS OF THE, WORLD BY TELEGRAPH AND CABLETS" ?N VIEWS OF A FRENCH_EDITOR He Talked With Otis, Schurmann, Dewey and Torres. WHAT OTIS HOPES FOR Expect a to conquer Filipino?, but Til?.ik- it Will Taka i? Lome iiino Presltlent or American Com nils* Klon ?Totti?! Favor sinn? Regime an F.xint? Itctsreen ?i?uu?ii? antl Eiiri lexud-Dewey*? Opinion. (Copyright, 1S99. by Associated rre.ss.l New York, Juno 17.?M. Henri Turot, < special correspondent of L'Eclalr and of Le Monde Illustre, and chief editor of La Petite Republlquc ami l.a I.an-; ternc recently returned from tlio Phil? ippine Islands, by way of Vancouver, B. C, ami sailed for Franco to-day In ru? der to report his result <>f his mission; to hi.s papers. Before sailing lie was asked to furnish the Associated Press with Die Impressions he had formed In the Philippine islands, and he did so, in the following terms: WHAT GENKRAL. OTIS SAYS. "My Hrst visit was to General Otto. I was cordially received by the General, a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 18 June 1899

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES TWO, THREE AND FIVE. FOUND. FOUND. -20 LOGS. PINE. AT MOUTH Tan nur" 8 Creek. Address JOHN \v. WEST. SeweN's Point. _JolErlw WANT ETI._ Ciiro p m WANT EXFER1 oAlVO tfc V-U. cnced Salesmen In the i Furnishing Department; none other ' need apply. ?? WANTED?BY A YOUNG MAN OF good habits, a pea!tIon as city salesman, assistant bookkeeper "r ship? ping clerk, with some good wholesale firm. Can furnish good references from formtr employers and not afraid of work. Addnsa, "S ," care mis office. _11* WANTED^ ICO JUNIPER POL.BS, 10,| feet long. 12 Inches bottom. 8 |n< lies top. Address. S3 Hank street, city. JelS-St* W- ANTED?BRICK.UAY13BS AT NEW Postofnce Bldg. Wages, 60c. per iiour; S hours; cor Plume ami Atlantic streets. Apply to S. II. WEAVER, Bupt. New Post- fllce B?lg._'__R_ WANTED. ? FIRST-CLASS SEAM stress In pr vat.- h one at once. For Information cull No. 13 Middle-ton strcot, Berkley._ Jcl8-St WANTED?A STEADY, SOBER, Ac? tive and responsible man. w...

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