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

?r 51"" uiiiiiiiiiiini ..,11111111.1111 mi.u.ug \ E 5 IN TWO PARTS. Ec ??ttmtt?ttttt? ttttttttttt tttt' Ul?| Ml Mil I UU U"*"* V11"'Qt WEATHER FORECAST FOR TO-DAY \ NORFOLK AND VICINITY? = Fair; net so told, northwest winds. E , TEMPERATURE YESTERDAY: = I Maximum, 13: Minimum, 9. ? BrirTfyrTTTTTf t.tTtTMTf MI f IH MMTTTTI fTTTT , i,t>? VOL. II-?!NO. 11?. NORFOLK, VA., AVED^ESDAY, FEliKUAliY 15, 1899? TWELVE PA(jes. THREE CENTS PER COPY. IN THE GRASP OF THE STORM Georgia Rejoices in Safety of Peach Crop. STOCK SUCCUMBS :TO COLD Early Vegetable Crop llniuugetl In Georgia - ltcHtiiupt Ion of Trnfllc on hoiiiheni Railway?llolow Zero t\t Charlotte -The Ornngo 4'rop ? IIo? ortta Brnkcu at I'elntiibln?Iiuper* IIcmI Crew KeNCtieil. (By Telegraph ;o Virglnlan-Pllot.) Charleston. S. C, Fob. 14.? The pub? lished tables showing the temperature oC Charleston fron? 1738 to to-day, the oldest on this continent, prove that the record of this morning, C.S degrees above zero, Is the lowest...

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

JA/ANJJlD. WANTED . ? CHRISTI AN WHITE \ woman to act as child's nurse; I Kood wages to proper person. Address 1 Rev. C. I. STENGLB, Berkloy, Va. Box W.___ fclii-_ I YOUNG MAN WITH DONG- EXPE rlcnce in dry goods, shoes and gents' furnishing ?-oods wishes employment as talesman or bookkeeper; best references. ENTERPRISE, care Vlrglnlan-Pllot. \ felo-3t_\ 117 ANTED . ? TO PURCHASE A VV small grocery doing cash business. Address T. D., care this office. fo!4-2t I"lU>IEB AND GENTLEMEN COR~ J respondents for New York magazine, also to take photographs for illustrating. Good camera supplied free. Addressed en? velope for terms. COLONIAL MAGA? ZINE. 106 Park Row, New York. fol4-7t WANTED?A POSITION AS SALES man or clerk In any kind of busl .i; three years experience; reference given. Address C, Gllmcrton, Va., care 1 ostmaster._febl2-iw* A" YOUNG MAN WANTS POSITION as stenographer and bookkeeper; ran give references. Address, stating sal? ary. L. T. D.. caro Vlrglnlan-Pilot. fe9...

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

WEATHER REPORT. For Virginia: Fair, with rising tem? perature; fresh to brisk north to east rinds. For North Carolina: Fair; warmer; fresh south to east winds. Norfolk nail Vicinity. rFATHETt FORECAST FOR TO? DAY. Fair and warmer; fresh northerly I Winds. TEMPERATURE, RAINFALL- AND HUMIDITY. Maximum temperature . 32 Minimum temperature . 3 Normal temperature . 42 Departure from normal .minus 24 Departure eincc Jan. 1.minus 167 Rainfall In past 24 hours.Trace Rainfall since 1st of month.3.99 Mean humidity .? 64 CALENDAR, j 1 6un rises, 6:53 a. in.; sets, G:46 p. m. TIDES. Norfolk:?High water, 0:40 a. m., 12:57 p. m. Low water, 0:59 a. in., 7:04 p. m. Old Point:?High water. 0:19 a. m.. 12:36 p. m. Low water, 6:3S a. m., 6:43 p. m. II I KU. SELIG.?At her residence, No. 50 Fen church Rtreet, Monday, February 13th, 1899, at 8:15 a. m.. Mrs. SAHA11 SKI.HI. aged G9 years. The funeral will take place from the above residence THIS (Wednesday) MORNING at 11 o'clock. Friends of the family aro ...

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

H - PILOT. ir the? lH PILOT PUBLISHING JMPAJ.Y._ M AND DAILY PILOT. rated March, isss.) line Postofflce at Norfolk, %-class matter._ BsVlLOT BUILDING. ^HALL AVENUE. jlpLK, VA._ GRANDT. President; JVice-Preildent; W. S. feasurer; JAM KS E. AL TJIRECTORS: A. H. inan. L. D. Starke. Jr.. TV. Shultlce. James E. tnovan._j_ It:KNTN PBBCOI'T. JRL?? fffPTION RATES ..HAN-PILOT 1? delivered to pit carriers In Norfolk and jr.t9nK.uth, Berkley. Suffolk. "TL Newport News, for 10 -UK payable to the carrier. Jtjpry place In the United Ojre free: t?]i**Hr - - ?????<> tnioiiiiis - .too ilr*e imoiitti? - - 1.3o itViiioutH ... .ao ?IS1NG RATES: Advertjse fted at the rate of 75 cents a It Insertion; each subsequent ' cents, or 60 cents, when In ity Other Day. Contractors are 4' 10.exceed their space or ad , J*r than their legitimate bus". ipt by paying especially for the "Notices Invariably :0 cents per ihsertlon. Each subucquent In Sicente. _ Boye er the Vlrgmlan-Pliot Pub Btnpany...

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

Absolutely feuRE Baking Powder Makes the food more delicious and wholesome BO??l OAXINO PCAVOtR CO.,^ET?VO?K. BRIEF ITEMS OF lNTEKESr. Messrs- Walter J. Simmons & Co. have a large assortment of caps, with which they have been supplying Nor? folk, Portsmouth and Berkley. Plckett-Buchanan Camp, Confederate Veterans, will meet In their hnll at 8 o'clock this evening to complete ar? rangements for laying the corner-stone of their monument. The Norfolk, Virginia Beach and Southern railroad was the only line that ran its trains on regular schedule time during the blizzard. The man? agement Is given great credit by pat? rons for their achievement. "Geisha" matinee to-day at the Acad? emy at 2:30 p. m- Prices, 25c, 60c, 75c. and $1.00. Mr. W. N. Gregory, of Elizabeth City. N. C? was In our city yesterday on business. Mr. K. S- Towson, of Bristol, Is In the city. Mr. J. L. Keen, Jr., of Grlfton, N. C, was in Norfolk awhile yesterday. Mr. A. Stenglc and his son, Mr. Gco. Stengle, ...

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

M'ENERY AMEND? MENT PASSES Hobart Defeats Bacon's Res? olution. HALE SCORES ADMINISTRATION Nays lie hum No Hope Senate Will Slop Program of Philippine* llrnn> IMIo'a? Mcnrngim i nuul Kill Offer? ed na Rider to Ntmdry t Ivll Bill? A Nninbpr of 9Icii?iiroN 1'iihs Polnt? or Order, (P.y Telegraph to Vlrglnlan-Pllot.) Washington, Fob. 14.?The unanimous consent agreement readied by tbo Sen? ate last Saturday to vote this afternoon on the resolution of Mr. McEnery of Louisiana, declaring a policy of this government In the Philippines was not vacated. In accordance with that agreement the vote was taken on the resolution at 2:J0 to-day and it was adopted 20 to 22. It was noticeable that several Democrats who were present and not paired, refrained from voting. An amendment offered by Mr. Bacon, of Georgia, several days ago was defeat? ed. The vote on the amendment was a tic?2!l to 29?and Vlce-Presldent Ho? bart cast the deciding vote against the proposition. PRECEDED BY DEBATE. Th...

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

NEWS FROM RICHMOND AND OTHER PARTS OF VIRGINIA. RICHMOND NEWS LETTER Suffering Follows the Great Snow Storm. FOUND DEAD IN HIS STORE Mr. W. W. wt>a?,n Well Known Dntl> ness Mau? Found I'rotou lo Dentil ? DlsilngnUncd Guests Expected nt Meeting <>l stiiio Unnkctl Aseo elut Ion-Ladies Hall For ilio Med? ilerrniienti ?Decker Case. Richmond, Va., Feb. 14.?Echoes of the great storm may be beard on every hand, and evidences that great suf? fering, especially among the poor of the city, is following In its walte, are ac? cumulating hourly. The city, through Mayor Taylor, and the charitable or? ganization's, are doing oil In their power to respond to every legitimate cull for assistance and arc succeeding as well as could be expected under the circumstances. Coke was sent to many poor families to-day. The Indications are that the break in the storm saved the city from a fuel famine. Tho coal supply on hand will soon be exhausted and wood Is alread...

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

"OUR LADY NICOTINE' Items in the History of To? bacco. Facts of Interest to Tbose wbo Use it and Those Wbo Dod'I. its Well ns to Those Interested la Oar New roiieuloui. [New York Sun-] Taking it for granted, because the ? contrary is incapable of proof, that what we now call tobacco waa un hcad of by civilized people until It was discovered by the Columbian explor? ers on what is now the Island of Cuba, by the grace of God and the nerve of Uncle Sam no longer a Spanish posses? sion, the chroniclers are somewhat un? decided as to the exact moment of dis? covery, but It was sometime within a week or ten days after the 27th of Oc? tober, 1492, the day on which the purple mountain peaks of an unknown coun? try first broke the level sky-lino of the sea which spread its sapphire sheen before the eagle eye of a Genoese pilot. When the three-keeled Spanish fleet had anchored off the coral reefed shores of the new island which the Italian In command called the "Pearl of the Antilles," and th...

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

^=2yZ?J^2??k_i^l^vS AND ADVERTISEMENTS ot Rep r Daily. INTEREST Ot J'esple In Vt'Uoiii ?; Reader ta Inicr ~?Jtt*t?Br* So Lrenl-ltiif ?sn? ?nd Noelitl t'lr ?reon?; of fr' ni Un? at Mr. R. L. id flew In every dl of the Iron struck but did no serious ngV-'Ior 35 cents per caused by bo'I that uo rMconey is seriously sick e, No, 228 High street, orfolk .Railroad made pteraay. . gner?l complaint among out'cooks retraining at ?weather. . In on the s. a. Ij. go out this morn well known Nor 'UCkor, is considered In bath being hourly looked K meeting Of the Hoard e3lejrday because mnt of the | plant?BX] to receive thousand the build that after Id stock at fand Cireen Sunday 183 will not goods, 's market Iving been fwas clean the Vlr who have to please Iw so that much la I trying to ifeeds the Jezing, had ?day by the Ich on MIA If the par |now began yesterday ^vlng again 'trying to force |ie'nue yesterday, ,was damaged to Mt'fflind gentlemen ting up of a snow rlngton, Is in learly two [from Po...

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

the: news from the old north state and its c? RALEIGH HEWS BUDGET A Busy Day in the State Legislature. TO OUST CAPTAIN W, H, DAY Tlie Way Prencrlbod In Which Nnlt Way Bo Bronchi For That I>ur|iovo ? The Norwood Impenchmeii t Trlnl rotlponril-io ItOfftilnto lu Jiliiclion l'rocccdliiKS ? Hallway Company lucorporaloO. (Special to Vlrglnlan-Pllot. Raleigh. N. C. Feb. U.?The Senate and House to-day passed a bill to pro? scribe the way in which the Demo? crats may bring suit nt once to oust W. H. Day, Governor Russell's ap? pointee as penitentiary superinten? dent. Day pays be will retire March 1. but has not written a resignation. Bills were passed giving the Demo? crats complete control of tho three In? sane asylums and also of the Institu? tion for the blind and deaf mutes. IMPEACHMENT TRIAL POST? PONED. The Renate postponed until to-mor? row action In regard to arranging for the ImDeachment triul of Judge Nor? wood. This delay is because telegrams say Norwood's regisnatlon ...

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

PORTSMOUTH LOCAL NFWS AND ADVERTISEMENTS. _ Continued. flen's Overcoats! Just now {s overooat selling time. Some dealers say It's a p'ty to let them go for ho little. It wouldn't take such a cut to move them, but we want to do It In a hurry. 'Tlsn't the right policy to carry them over. We w^n't do It! $3.98 for Overcoats which sold up to $6.50. $5 48 for Overcoats which sold up to $8.00. $V\45 for Overcoats which sold up to $12.50. $10.00 for Overcoats which sold up to $18.00. 6pcclnl cut on Men' Worsted Trousers. Everybody knows what pretty patterns they are?$I.4S for Pants which sold up to $2.00; $2.50 for Pants which sold up to $1.00. SHOE DE>PARTMJ3NT.?We find we are overloided with Winter Sho<". To reduce ouc stock, we will commeneo MONDAY. February 13th, to make a cut In pr.ee of every pair of Shoes for two weeks. Hell able shoes at cul prices at THE BRANDT COMPANY. 213 and 215 High St. ? STRICTLY ONE PRICE?FOR CASH ONLY. lie Des'ucisn ?l M in Tree that W...

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

FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL Stocks, Honey, Exchange, Bonds, Grain, Cotion, Provisions, Etc. New York, Feb. 14.?Stocks to-day advanced moderately above the prices prevailing before the triple holiday. Commission bouse business was much restricted, as the severe storm bad de? layed mnir OLders and kept away many customers. Th6 ^.attendance on the Stock Exchange was diminished and prices receded fractionally during the early trading. The London market, too, ?was dull, because of storms through? out England, and "Yankee" rails, which showed weakness before our opening, because of the blizzard, were subse? quently bought for London account. Burlington was a most pron|inont Stock for strength on a rumor thatla re? funding plan would be put through at to-morrow's meeting. although] the atory lacked confirmation. The other Grangers wen- sympathetically strong. Weather conditions were responsible for lifting tho price of the anthracite Coal? ers and Rubber. The Improving tone which became notic...

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

V'111 'nulluni nil iiiuiiiuuiin.il. im 1 , IN TWO PARTS. VOL. TI?NO. 1 IT, ?...11.'"Mllllll"'M1M"t'l1"""""">"j' \ WEATHER FORECAST FOR TO-DAY f I NORFOLK AND VICINITY? z : Snow, porMbly changing to rain; - ? warmer; easterly winds. | NORFOLK, VA? THURSDAY, FEI5KI AUV H>, lS!?i?---'rw KI.V K PAGES. THREE CENTS PET? COPY. THE STORY OF THE MAINE The Wreck Decorated in Ha? vana Barbor? CUBANS CONTRIBUTE WREATH Mil i?? Celebrated in Memory oi I lie Victims mid I Uelr Graven In Colon Cemetery I>< corrtlotf ? I iio sior.v Told to Kcliool Children -Work oh ilio Sfeu Itaillvaliip Maine llrifun ? In Mtsiotirl. fUy Te7cgr<it>ti to Vlrclnlan-Pllot.1 Havana, Feb. 15.?The sun shpnc brightly thin morning fen- the ilrst time In Bcveral days, when the wreck of the United Stairs battleship Maine, de? stroyed In Havana Imrbor on the even? ing of February 15, 1898, was decorated v. .th ii large American Hag. At '.' o'clock the Slurs and ...

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

FOUND. For.Ni>.?a Iii,Acic row BTRAY ing ' nine i?< my place during tin? re ,vnt storm. Tlio owner may call, prove property, pay charges ami take posses? sion. JACOU GOODMAN, Liberty street, extended. Berkley. It _WANTED._ .17 ANTED. ? CHRISTIAN WHITE >t woman to act as child's nurse; Hood wams to propor person. Address Itev. C. I. STBNGLE, Berkley, Va., Box 111,_fC15-8t Y<U'N<"; .MAX WITH LONC KXPK rlence In <lry goods, shoes and gents' furnishing goods wishes employment as salesman or bookkeeper: 1" st references. ENTERPRISE, caro Virginian-Pilot. folj-3t_ T ADIEU AND GENTLEMEN COR .1J respondents for New York magazine, also to take photographs for Illustrating. 1; id camera supplied free. Addressed en? velope for terms. COLONIAL. MAGA? ZINE, 10ii Park Itow, New York. foll-Tt T.\7 ANTED?A POSITION A8 SALES \f man or clerk In nay kind of busi? ness; three years experience; reference given. Address C, Gllmerton, Va.. ...

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

JWEATHER REP0^JL__ Washington, Feb. 15.?Forecast for Thursday:, Virginia?increasing cloudiness, with snow or rain: light to fresh winds be coining easterly. North Carolina?Rain; fresh tu brisk northeasterly winds. Norfolk nun VlClaHjr. [WEATHER FORECAST FOR TO-DAY Snow, possibly changing to ruin; wanner; easterly winds. TEMPERATURE, RAINFALL AND HUMIDITY. Maximum tempcraturo. 45 Minimum temperature . 11 Normal temperature . H Departure from normal .. .. minus 11 Departure from normal sine,. Janu? ary 1st .minus its Rainfall in pant 21 hours. 0 Rainfall since Brst of month.3.99 Mean Humidity . 7:'. Depth of snow on ground S p. in. this date, 12.6 inches. CALENDAR. Pun rises at 0:52 a. m. and se-ts at 5Tr. it p. ill. TIDES. , Norfolk?High water at 1:33 a. in. and 1:61 p. in.; low water at t:."..". a. in. and * :56 p. in. old Point - High water at 1:12 a. in. and 1:30 p. in.; low water at 7:34 a. m. and 7:"."> p. in. ih !-:?>. pi'i.i.1 v an.?Suddenly. Tuesday, f- ...

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

VIRGINIAN - PILOT. ?m* the? VIRGINIAN ANI> PILOT PUBLISHING COMPANY. I.ORFOLK VIRGINIAN A?D DAILY PILOT. (Consolidated March, ISJS.) Entered Bt the J'ostoftlro .it Norfolk, Va., Uj> second-Class matter. OFFICE: pilot r.i ii.nixa. C1TV HALL AVENUE, ' norfolk. va. OFFICERS: A I! QRANDY, Prostdcnt; M. OLENNAN, Vice-President: W. S. WILKINSON, Treasurer; JAMES E. A1. LEN, Secretary. BOARD Oi DIRECTORS: A. H. Grandy, M. Ulennnn. L. l>. Starke. Jr.. J'. W. tihrllon. it. W. Shuliice,, James E, Allen, D. b\ Donovan. i it kkk < r.m-s I'llK COt'Y. subscription rates: I The VIRGINIAN-PILOT Is delivered to BUb> ribors by carriers In Norfo'k and vicinity Portsmouth, Berkley, Suffolk. West Norfolk: Newport News, for 10 cents per week payable to the carrier. Uy mall, to any place In the United States, ijom;ik' tree: DAILY,ouryonr - QS.OO ?* Bis 1111111111? ... a.(Ml M Iiiree irtmitlt? - - l.."JO '? on e mull I li ? ? ? .50 APVKitTisiNG RATES: ...

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

Mattes the food more delicious and wholesome ROV?l DAKIN4 POWOFB CO.. NEW YORK. BOARD ENDORSE MAY FESTIVAL And Appropriate $500 For the Proposed Carnival. POSSIBLE PLAN SUBMITTED Whlcl' In Dlumud llolore the Rloei? iiik und i? Heartily Approved by I'm- ItUlllM'MS lion's Association ? ?ins? Heeling Called For Next ?Saturday WUeu Officers Will He 1 boson* The Hoard of Directors of the Board of Trade and Business Men's Associa? tion held a meeting yesterday after? noon in the rooms of the association for the purpose of receiving the report from the promoting committee of the spring carnival. At a meeting of the association re? cently held motion was made that the gentlemen composing the commlttei who are anxious that Norfolk Bhould have a May festival, should formulate their pluns and report to an adjourned meeting of the board.' t n.s >.mniie. lias been diligently at work and last evening appeared before the Board of Directors und made nn elaborate report. KEPI HIT SUBM ITT...

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

NICARAGUA CANAL BILL DOOMED Friends of Measure DIsap= pointed by Acting Speaker. A MEDAL FOR HELEN GOULD Home Hrrnse? ?i? Override Rcalalm: orcbnlr Hint Cnnnl Kill Offered mm Amendment la Sundry t'lvll Kill U'm tint ?>r Order-Newport New? I'nUlle llnitdlng Appropria? tion Increased ?lu ihn Semite. (Hy Telegraph to V!rglr.'.-in-rilot.) Washington, ITeb. 15.?The House lo flay settled the rate of the Nicarn gunn cnnnl hill in tliis Congress by re? fusing t<< override the decision of tin chair in committee of the whole, when the <-hair held thai the canal bill offered jts the nhiendmenl to the sundry civil bill by Mr. Hepburn was out of order. The friends of the Nie trngunn bill were Very conlldcnt yesterduy and to-daj that they would triumph, but after four hours of debate the chair was sustain? ed? 172 to 109. Mr. Bit Hey, thb Democratic lender, made an argumi nl in favor of the view that the amendment was in order. li desired to vote upon t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 16 February 1899

NEWS FROM RICHMOND AND " OTHER PARTS OF VIRGINIA. SITUATION AT RICHMOND The Grip-of Hie Storm is Re? laxing. COMMUNICATION RESTORED ilri'rl C'nrs Afililn Slovlng About its Imial ? I?rlCO? <>l I'riM iKiollS All vimcoil Ton or Fl ft eon I'cr Coni. licsigimi ion mui Appointment? Ktlneaiionitl?A Pretty Hurrlnge? V. s. t'onrl of Appeals. (Special to Ylrglnlan-Pllot.) Richmond, Va., Feb. 16.?The grip of I the siorin is relaxing, but u?t ot i:s own nccord. The temperature stands ut nbout the same, though yesterday and lo-dny the sun shown brightly. Direct? ly in the sun there was some nil Hing? very little. It freescs so haul at night that it takes several hour's of direct sunshine to set it thawing in the day. Railway communication with the out? side world Is about coinph tcly restored. All railway trains arc moving about on schedule lime. The Richmond, Prodi rieksburg and Potomac was Iho last toad to get its eats started, drifts on Its lino being heavbr than on any ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 16 February 1899

acmnaldo as a leader How He Become Chief of Insur? gents. 'Hiongli bo?Tw?nty?iilni' Yonrs Old, II In Friends May Ho Ranke ni Tru? ly Groat?Ula Compact With Span lards ami Ills Itctarn to Manila. [Baltimore Sun.] Ernillo Aguinaldo, though only twon ty-nine years old, Is one of the loading figures in the eyes of the world. His friends say ho is one of the great men of the age; his enemies, that he Is at least a wonderful man. He conns of a good family In the province of Cavlte, near Manila, where he was educated and where he entered the bar. He joined the Insurgents soon after the outbreak of the rebellion, inj the latter part of 1896, but it was not until after the hanging of Dr. Rizal, the Filipino patriot, that he became one of the leaders of the revolt. The blockade maintained by the Spanish squadron in Philippine waters ?gainst the importation of arms foj- the Insurgents gradually drove the Filipi? nos to the wall, and lit December, wt. the celebrated "pacification" of the isl? a...

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