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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 1 January 1899

VOIj. it. XO. 78. NORFOLK, VA., SUNDAY, JANUARY 1, 1899. SIXTEEN PAGES. QUIET RESTORED IN MAM General Brooke's Proclama? tion to the Cubans. HE WILL MAINTAIN OB?ER Orgnulelng ? nolle* mid Ijeleetlvc F?rco-Olai)o?ltlou?l our Arn?jr in Hit- IftlniMl-Nitcclnl, i'ltl/lxv* lo'Ilc Appolntu?l-Tlic People ?iiforiMOil How f li?'y Cnn Neenre n Gooa ttov ernmeiit. (By Telegraph to Virelnlan-Pllot.) ? Washington, D. C, Dec. 31.?The prospects for a pea^ful change of ad? ministration in Havana have bright? ened very much as & result of the energetic measures taken by the War Department and the army officers In Charge at Havana to prevent trouble. Advices to this effect appear in a cable? gram received .to-day by Assistant Sec? retary Melklejohn from General Brooke, military governor of Cuba, in which, after referring to some routine matters, he says: "There will be no breach of order; of that I am assured. You may rest assured that there has been nothing be? yond the usual In a city of this H...

Publication Title: Virginian-Pilot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 1 January 1899

',0 t [fid r low mm l ?? r pluno, tf?fOuce'i 'n^CL?R, tmctic-h oii ? at -42 ovi} ?jf joi'dcr of Ira wlmrE pat /lsli, 'New Covnftd L.any slzeii puckuge ?r cash. . J?HN . S. ,27 Roanoke Dock. OD INYJ3OTMiaNT; ithorc new ten-room ?'avenue' Ghent; or . Apply 57 Charlotte . ?c31-lw* ?ker dSEdgIng S: Plant, rioiiRistlng rlver.-i, l mu<l scows, 5'i mud' cm s, rna ind liollor maker's er .wheels, &c, also "an be seiili at yard Berkley, Vn. tSffi; H. BAKER. 3CERY AND MEAT Id location. MEATS, 10-tf RING F??M DE K-n?. for box of my cask . DK. LEE, 31 Inelnnatl, O.'. it? ~D?CTX>RS.DI>f>T ?awyevs soon ^kiirui. c Iii?, -Cm C FLOWER t. Hunters t. Cut iFlowns eBltcns. or2 :un PARK PLACE or. Ghent that yo? THE NORFOLK tEALTI CO., No. 70 ^__sf?Z-tf. '.'"'no Waiting, on1. .'..household LE in USE. Mart.. curltl?3; liberal mi. rents. annVittteM. e.-? tncomes. ? Iht<rtrri*w3 nil trftn3ac(lcnYrj<ir. norfolk M?UT .11. Hofbeimcr, xw.w MorlU Offtto Rulid e-^harvey's^im. ail urinary troub...

Publication Title: Virginian-Pilot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 1 January 1899

PORTSMOUTH ADVERTISEMENTS. Continued. HOSIERY! HOSIERY! The Best 12^3 c, Hosiery in the city. Also a full line of 2?c, 3?c. and $Qc. qualities. 320 High Street, In Men's Winter Suits and Overcoats Wo have.th? largest and choicest stock the market affords, and upon examina? tion you will admit that our prices are tho lowest when quality is considered. $13.50 Overcoats for $10.00. $10.00 Overcoats for $7.60. A bargain. Buy first-class Clothing in our store and get splendid value. MERCHANT TAILORING. Well dressed young men have a decided advantage by having their Suits, Trousers and Overcoats mado by us. Prices aro ?j'lght. Workmanship, Fit and ?tylo guaranteed. SHOE PUPAItTMiBNT.-We offer from to-day the greatest values on the market for examination. Boys' All Solid Shoes at tl.CO. Lad'.es' Dongola. Pat. I^ither or Tip same. Button and I>aco, all widths, J1.50. Men's Hand Sewed Shorn, will wear as good as any tf.-.OO Shoo In the State Wears, Fit and Comfort guaranteed?Our price, $3...

Publication Title: Virginian-Pilot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 1 January 1899

IKETE Sill ?ug?, Bonds, Grain, povisio?s, Etc. -'iv York, j; axn^sroN -market. .- ?'3 our dull uCt; , Minif sola i>:H .-6' fl^fr'-'m-m; eto'ud to ?WO&XJ&e'at H.'ur qnlst. .90<<S1.95.', BucKM-hcat: dO.ll, iCoravmesT1 fl-fmfJ'ysttow Western. sr.rff K3<\ ItyS.Ate.lOyJ No. 3, G3V*c. Whett ;.-JS*>^t Strong?; N0.V2 vc-.i, so-?;, corn?Spot steady; No. i, M%?f.-i4&. Oats-sp-?t ,iirm; No. ?>, ..'. v. '/:ofjf quiet; family. V.Mjus'rll.oo; axi4 ni??;'3.5?;?9'.(W; beef b'-uus, .' lS.00tftH8.rA; '.paek.-t. :JM?O<Sd0.0O; city ex Ira Jndia.. mes?, lS.ommc.oo. Cut .(-heats' steady;1 picked .bellla*. r,-'<<r<iv.; di>. shoulders; 4c; do, ' hams, .*?>?'?> ;c. X'ard firmer:'. Wei) tern .?.'teaunvl. r..yj; January, -5.87 iidmrna.lv'..tftfined firm. ? P'orkqitietJ rheps; 9 5C6i lO.onj, short clear 30.50; family, .10.25?It U0. flutter litn.: ?-Western ore-am erv, la^Sic; do. f:u - .?l?ry, 12<sid4%/e.'; feljrl'lVf, 21c; Iminiinn cieamct-y, 13^17c,; Stat...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 1 January 1899

TWO MILLION p YEARS \60 AMigaty Battle Fougut\n Wyoming N MONSTERS DOMINATED EARTH aui;ji;ilNi]iiit (irnv to tho llnurniutis t.on;; i 11 or.Mtioty-Mvc Foot, Walked llio r.nriU, Lived nml Die?! and <???> ve ?'l? Bowon lor tlio EiiN-flil-. incut or Posterity ?Where tlaey nrv Found. Evidences of a mighty battle which took place 2.000.000 years ago have just been received at the American Museum Of Natural History In New York. It was fought between two of the might? iest animals that ever lived, one a her? bivorous dinosaur (terrible lizard) about 90 feet long and tall enough to wade across the Hudson river at Grant's tomb without Wotting his head, and the other a flesh-eating dinosaur, probably twenty-live or thirty feet long and weighing thirty or forty tons. The details of this battle are as clear? ly known as if it had happened yes? terday, and the body of the monstrous victim lies outstretched in Central park. For Dr. Wortman, who has . charge of the museum's Held work in pale...

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

j^ggTSMQUTH LOCAL NEWS^JND ADVEIRTl^^vllFttlx^ kW N??1X COUNTY What virglaian-PUot Rep? resentatives Hear Daily. brief ite 'mI" of interest 3B?e Mofcuinnn >r 1'eople In Whom ?Ii? Averitge Render t? lulor ctled ?Uappeii fugs lu Legal?IHi? lnesn, UrlSgeotU noO Boclwl ? tr ?l?<n-A. fi'orefaiiat of iutisro ' t.vouts. The Virginian-Pilot extends to Its PortBmoutttreaders a happy New Year. The Christmas music at the Court Btreet Baptist Church will be repeated to-day. There was no docket In the Mayor's Court yesterday^ not an arrest having been made for the; twenty-four hours ending at 0 a. m Thls la the time to form good reso? lutions and keep them. The Street-CorVimiUce will begin put? ting down the plonk walk on County I Btreet. from Crawford to Water, some time this week. The Norfolk County School Electoral Board and the School Board were both In session yesterday. The first named filled a vacancy-in the board. The other elected a teacher to fill a vacancy In the Western Branch ...

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

RICHMOND NEWS MD GOSSIP Membership of Boards of Public Instructions. GOVERNOR TYLER TALKS Xho Exccnltve Wnutn to Moo More In. forest sianiffjicii inn Apply ror i l aiiriiiso to I sinbllsli Genrrnl Con tints sj su iu -Hoy. Dr. A. K. Dicfeciisou (o Wed Miss tlngby-A I'ittbotlo Appeal. (Special to Vlrslnlan-rilot.) Richmond, Va., December 31.?Gov oernor Tyler Is receiving commenda? tions of his policy to scatter throughout tho State as far as possible member? ship of the boards of various Institu? tions. The plan was not entirely popu? lar at first. It was thought by many that it was advantageous, for various reasons, to have as many members of the boards from this city as possible, as Richmond, by reason of being the capital of fno State, and tho large-st city In Virginia, was a centre of In? fluence, and her citizens could better wield such Influence In behalf of tho 'institutions they served. It was and is the "belief of Governor Tyler, however, that it will prove highly beneficial ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 1 January 1899

f Bf S BUDGET Gratifying Showing Made by thei Slate Banks. A LARGEj GAIN IN 71 DAYS jEf ceSpti,i>ojn! l.ninl Grnutii-Niorcii on "Hand n? tho rcnttfiUlBrj-1 ftrtl?Tor?*! Home-After JUooiiruIii e?S nnfl t oun?> rief?er?? Jc>w ( oi? ton !U (tniilno Kir I ii;t <'>??>> {><<>'y *t"'?" teredi?F<jrttli?/ r Tax Tugs. , - RtiJ?lgli, Iff, C? Doc. 31.?The state? ment of. btuiks issu.nl by State Treas? ure* Worth/ is a remarkable one- It makes the gratifying showing that in 71 days thefe. has been an increase of nearly halt a million dollars In the byi?kin? resources. There are In all 44 State banks, 22' private banks, and 6 savings .banks, a total of 72. The total resources of the banks are $11,021,295. 'Che report of the Secretary of State Shows that COO land grants have been issued during the last ten years, and that the receipts In that office, dur? ing that time, have been $1SS,000. THK PENITENTIARY. Captain w. H.-Day, who has accept? ed the superintenden...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 1 January 1899

[Copyright. ls?S ] ? LTHOUGH 1898 will take its] / \ place among the memorable / \ years of this qra by reason of <* ^ tho important occurrences the Vrorld over, the interest of American readers Is centered In the' great drama of the Spanish war, which spread Itself over the whole span of 1'-' calendar months. JANUARY. The closing events of 1897 In tho Span? ish-American situation Rll indicated tho pacification of Cuba and the re? moval of the strain between tho United Slates and Spain. The elevation of S.i gusta to the otllcc of prime minister was followed by the recall of Weylcr ttnd the appointment of Blanco as cap? tain and governor general of Cuba. The reeling of the Spanish popukicc in Cuba wns very hitter against the Americans! on account of the tone of President Me- I Kinley's messnge, which reflected se? verely upon Weyler's administration and took a favoruble view of Elanco's Plans of reform. In view of the demonstrations In Ha? vana, the Atlantic squadron was placed in...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 1 January 1899

: !3rSef Items.oilIniorest Picked Up Hers fend There, or, -who recently went | 'azewell, Va., remov ,?i Southwest Baptist I abandoned Uie idea Rev. W, C. F to Bristol fron ing his paper, to that place-,, h or issuing theVpafeer and gone with his! Sauilly to FarmvoWe, Va.. where he will ] accept a pastorate near the home of j fclo p&rento. ' Mr. Amus io;fea, one of the most1 prominent of Stafford county's citfecu?, died Thursday nifcht at his home, aged Fin the same dwelling [born, and lived ull his $6 yearn. He die in. whfch ho w?b life. The question, .^lel dorailmont of railway trains /-ail he punished in Virginia untrer the act en? titled "an. act tq. punish obstructions to canals, &c.,\'-<lta? Just been decided In the afllrmatlvef In the Alexandria County CourL Miss Salllo Linllona and Mrs. James E. Hudson were linited in marriage Wednesday at thfe home or the bride in Pulaskl county. Miss Llszl? I*Jdaughter or Col. It. I>. Gardner, -oE-Fulaskl City, and Mr. Chanilc...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 1 January 1899

WATT. RETTEW & CLAY. WATT. RETTEW * CLAY. Store Closes Promptly at 6 P. fl.;$ ?'tturdays, iO. WATT. RETTEW <L CLAT. henomenal Values Will Greet You at W A Prior=to=Inventory General Clearance Sale Commences To=morrow Morning Our Annual Selling of Dress Goods and Silk Remnants Commences To=morrow Morning. The above words are sufficient for many. To those who have never attended-'our Annual Remnant Sales, we explain thus?Just prior to taking inventory of stock, which occurs January 1st, we cull from the stocks all short lengths and remnants that have accumulated during the Fall and Winter season. These are ends of the season's best sellers, and contain a plenty for waists, trimmhigs, skirts and School dresses. To sell them quickly we cut them in many cases to HALF REGULAR SELLING PRICES. Black and Colored Goods in plain and fancy weaves. The dress goods lenghths run from i}4 to 7 yards. The silic lengths run from }4 to 4 yards, hi connection with the Remnant Sale we will offer ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 1 January 1899

ic<? of Fifteen > it ted Vp-Grent |.o and Iutifann i idea Vpan Oai irginia-Pllot) L?A special to d, Ind., eays: wan hoard fifteen t py a flash of Arc red feet high and | lu'ntry for miles, Ihisr from tho Ohio toe Company's 5m ptjo mile south of iy. A few Beconds iitn e was in flumes *m?il the huilding on compressed the $ygh tho lines to Laud a number of ' d; cities, as -.veil ns fwivi erected at a j ng equipped with i;lmmenso engines I? wns one of the i.kind In existence. same station was ilon of natural gas, killed and the loss.) \i jfThe burning of [ fe-cttus'ed great in? hering along, the SING ENSUES. 5 31.?A special to rna, O., says: feting here and in l'wlth natural gas i fpd., pump station, 5 by an explosion ??hatte; St. Marys, -Pott Recovery, |r of other towns Bfr probably worse ; ^8 their source of not as great as Jyerlng near zero 'nearly every In fflng; a blaze ns )t und i? growing jfuel. .vw'iwsliX Ad mad a prepara jpitfOfT. and the de mrood-yardia and J y,U such th...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 1 January 1899

Makes the food more delicious and wholesome ROVAl OAXINQ KWOEB CO.. MT" YORK. BRIEF ITEMS OF INTEREST. The city lo using- over 28,000,000 gal? lons of water per week. It Is said that the water supply wob never In such a favorable condition e.s It is now. ! The thermometer began to descend about 5 O'clock yesterday r.fternoon, and last night followed wKA a cold rain. Some handsome and costl; Jew Tear gifts will be made this mor.i'ng. The usual New Tear's c;.. ? will be made Monday. Mr. O. Howard Royer, c Roanoke, general freight agent of t.- Norfolk and Western railroad, is a t it at the Montlcello Hotel. Pavers have commence", work on Chapel street, from Wood i Calvcrt. When completed this aver.V I will bo one of the smoothest thoro. , ifares in the city. Mr. l.eo. B. Dodson, of t' ? Atlantic Hotel, has returned from I. I visit to Baltimore. Mr. Samuel H. Vandensl ?. of the Norfolk Gas Company, lieft . >r Phila? delphia last night. The public schools will re pen next Tuesdny. Mr....

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

LER, RHOADS & CO., NORFOLK'S BUSY STORE, OPEN UNTIL 6 O'CLOCK. OF KID GLOVES.-500 js will be closed out half and r thill value. 300 pairs of tan?, browns, reds, greens, iat $1-50, $1.25 and $1.00 . lots, part will go for 39 ee..ts fab MILLER, RHOADS & CO.. NORFOLK'S BUS^r* STORE, OPEN UNTIL 6 O'CLOCK.. ':: OUR IMMENSE HOLIDAY BUSINESS was }>n unmistakable demonstration of the popularity of N rfolk's Busy Store and its methods^ without any special inducement, beyond a thorough preparation of store and stocks, the heavy, buying commenced here early in the month, and grew to the glorious climax of the last few days before Xmae. 8JR ANNUAL JANUARY CLEARING SALE COMMENCES MONDAY. 70 low y Figure rgams. V quick clear lijjk Department ped a large as ncjy Silks into adle an aston riie on them* and Brocaded I rich beautiful stripes, that arc! worth two and Times tl le price asked? that sol iat 75c, $1 00, rand $ J .50, alt to go for fard. -in. Bright Finish Black >ta Silk?j 75c...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 1 January 1899

WEATHER REPORT. WEATHER FORECAST. Washington, ,D. C, Dec. 3L Forecast for Sunduy: For Virginia: Generally lair; preced? ed by rain .turning into Bnow on the coast; colder; the unseasonably cold weather will continue till Tuesday; northwesterly gales. For North Carolina: Rain, turning into snow In western portions and clearing; cold wave; westerly gales. WEATHER. Fair, with a cold wave; fresh south? west >wlnds, becoming northwest and increasing. , CALENDAR. Sun rises 7:18 a. in.; sets D:00 p. ra. TIDES. Norfolk: High water 11:41 a. m., 12:00 p. m.: low water 5:31 a. m., G:10 p. .m. Old Point: High water 11:23 a. m.,. 11:39. p. m.; low water 5:13 a. m., 5:41) p. m. _ \ pjne?. EVANS?Saturday, December 31st, 183S, at 12 o'clock M., CHARLES A. EVANS, aged 40 years. The funerul will take place from the residence of his brother. Frank P. Eva us. No.'12? Wood street, THIS (Sunday) Al- - TERNOON at 3 o'clock. Friends uf the family are Invited to attend. FERGUSON.?Bntc red into rest sud? ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 1 January 1899

it Norfolk. ILDiNO. /a. jy, President; .??Klent: W, S. g^MES 13. al >US: a. h. D. Starke, or., Rice, James 15. fof'f "?ATI??: ' < ! ' la delivered to nd n In Norfolk and , kkiey. Suffolk, ?IV lo\V Ne\vs, tor 10 IP to the carrier )y Figure in the United s> rich hi that ar le times t V-ihatso' Advertlse. Vard. " 60 oi:'ts. when In ' . r>/ay. Contractors are fir,. .UBHhrTr space or ad IV . 'wvilr legitimate busl Sil* ?piPcially for the $3.00 a. 00 1..10 .50 "ill. Hir'iaiily 20 cents per t) -yc^irslnlan-rilot Pub AltlO th?rr.cd to contract Initnv of the com ft. faOr?j'haSes In the name ?/.n^.iji or?crs ?igncd by ;. ^reai]?itH company. ".'clav?: on recount or l\ fers-a id nil commu '-"???^ftOfNlAN-PirjOT ffed to any individual ^JSRW*, (but simply ta 12S?NO. IinEOT PUH AGES lilj^JAHY 1. 'im. la.'-JL; Tj'ana century after yslshefl thunisc' ?$ most part, have y ? ?; Because, they iro than wl?h, and devout heart and i We can neither ','Ajjrhat, though Inn* 'es. we c?,r< '.j/ef...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 3 January 1899

jjXIUlUUU AUAlUMllAiUlLUlAUJUlllMJUAttt I IN TWO PARTS. f 3tTTTT hum i TTTTTTTTt TTTTTTTTTTTTTI iii 1m ITT TT?TT? \ WEATHER FORECAST FOB TOW T \ NORFOLK AND VICINITY? |" 5 Fab, a liUIa warm?? lieht easterly 3 winds, i.ierfasi-ag. Sttttt trrrtrT-TTTfTTTTTtTr?TT7tTTftr?T7rrrrrri trrr?; VOL. II?IsO. 79. NORFOLK, YA? TUESDAY. JANUARY 3, 1899?TWELVE PAG-ISS,' THREE CENTS PER COPY. JUDGE DAY'S WELCOME HOME Canton Lawyers Tender Him a Banquet. HE DELIVERS AN ADDRESS. Corillnt and Hourly FrlcutXqfcip of England llio Mont GrntltyliiK Clr 'camntnuco or Onr Foreign Itoln tloun Daring ???? War?Wimt the Treaty, ir Itntllled, Will Urine to tbo Uultort Slates. (By Telegraph to Vlrglanian-Pllot.) Canton. O.. Jan. 2.?Judge William R. Day, President of the Peaeo Commis? sion at Paris and late Secretary of State, received a v/elcome home this evening which took the form of a ban? quet nt the Barnett House, given by the Stark County Bar Association. Hon. W. A. Lynch, who was Judge Day's law partner In ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 3 January 1899

WANTED. -?-?-~ Salesman wanted, ? pejrma mancnt stable enterprise needing few substantial representatives in intro? duction ol very practical novelty. Call between u and 11 u. m. BEtLMlAR. CO., ?160 East Maln_street. lt? Wanted, -"two suits op fur ldture, folding bed, oil stove, niat :trc3s, carpets, etc.; must be In good re? pair; will pay cash If prices nro satis? factory. Address furniture, caro Virginian Pilot._it WANTED. - BOAJtDEIlS FOR A nice largo front room and two others at 287 Granby street. Jal-3t? Wanted. ? POSITION at ?SF- ' thing that Is honorable, by a young ! man 25 years of age and of steady habits; can give references. Address, "X X. x.," care Vlrglnlan-Pllot office. Jal-2t lady OF TH?ltO?G ?. EX r 101U enco wishes a situation as House Keeper or Unen-Room Manager In a ho ? tcl. Distance no object. First class ref? erence. Address, "Mrs. M.," JVa, 4 Falk? land St., Norfolk, Va, Jtil-tf 1 STRICT M~ANAGElT WANTED?"^ Largo commission; excluslvo terri? tory; capital fu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 3 January 1899

WEATHER REPORT. Washington, D- C, Jan. 2, 1898. Forecast for Tuesday: ? For Virginia?Fair; warmer; fresh to southwest winds. For North Carolina?Partly Cloudy weather; not so cold; fresh northeast to east winds. METEOLOGICAL DATA. Maximum temperature .* ?9 Minimum temperature . 18 Normal temperature . 42 Departure from normal .minus 18 Departure from normal since Jan-' uary 1st .minus 36 Rainfall In past 24 hours.00 Rainfall since 1st of month .18 Mean-humidity . 86 WEATHER. Fair; a little warmer; light easterly Winds, Increasing. CALENDAR. Sun rises at 7:18 a. m. and sets at 6:02 p. m. TIDES. Norfolk?High water, 1:01 a. m. and 1:03 p. m. Low water, .7:05 a. m. and 7:32 p. m. Old Point?High water, 12:40 a. m. and 13:42 p. m. Low water, G:44 a. m. and 7jll p- m._ 'J*_ imi i>. _ ^lER^UTrT^Ioia^^ 2d, IMS, rtt 4:30 O'clock S. m., LUCIUS M. MEK RJTT\ In the 41st year of h'a ngc. I Funeral from the residence, 330 Duke street. THIS (Tuesday) AFTERNOON nt S o'clock. Monuments and Gravesto...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 3 January 1899

- TVY THE? TIE :? INI AN AND PILO' . PUBLISHING COM PANT. m\M VIRGINIAN AND DAILY PILOT. (Consolidated March. 1S9S.) Entered at the Postofflce at Norfolk, Va., as second-class matter. ;> OFFICE: PILOT BUILDING, CITY HALL AVENUE, NORFOLK. VA. OFFICERS: A. H C.RANDY. President; >I- GLENNAN. Vice-President: W. S. ' WILKINSON. Treasurer; JAMES E. Al-r LEN. Secretary. BOARD OF DIRECTORS: A. II. Lrandy. M. Glennan. L. D. Starke. Jr., T W. Shelton. R. \V. Shultico, James E. Allen. D. F. Donovan._ TU K KK VKS r* PKR OOI? Y. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: The ViltCJINIAN-PlLOT Is delivered to 'Subscribers by carriers In Norfolk and vicinity. Portsmouth, Berkley. Sufrollc. West Noifulk. Newport News, for 10 Cents per week, payable to the carrier By mal;, lo nny placo In the United states, ausl?se free: IrAli.V, out-xi nr ... s.s.0" Mi IliltllllM - 3.0C " ilirrc iitniilli* - - I..TO " ?mV month - ? ? ?SO ADVERTISING" RATES: Adverttse I meats. Inserted at the rale of 75 cents a Stiuure, Ilrst Insert...

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