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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 10 January 1899

NORTH CAROLINA NEWS AND GOSSIP The House Will Conduct Rig? id Investigations. THE GOVERNOR CALLED UPON For tIi? \vii? ? und Where fores ?r ibo Removal of Certain itiu'j vt-ny coih< ittlSMlottera - Tin- nope t?r >. otiio Wilson ? uiuic mxl Colored Ni IkidIn Neunter ItlKlei's CniiliMl. ernte 1'eni.lou Itlil -Notes. Balclgh. J>J. C, January 9 --The House j ha's set its coulter deep in the land of I investigation. What the plow will turn ' up remains to be seen. The resolutions Introduced Satfirday [ leoking toward an investigation, begin with the Governor, cross the hall to | the Treasurer's office nml then go down I to the north ond of the ca pltol and take j a turn nt tho Secretary of State. . The resolution concerning the Oover- | nor is a joint resolution. Introduced by ! Mr. Justice, of McDowell. It calls on ) His Excellency for his reasons for sux>- | pending the Wilsons from the ofllce of j Railroad Commissioners, together with I the e...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 10 January 1899

PORTSMOUTH LOCAL NEWS AND ADVFRTl.cAFMFMTg PORTSMOUTH AND NORFOLK COUNTY What Virgiuiau-Pilot Rep? resentatives Hear Daily. Brief items of interest ibo Jioii'iiirnli of l-copte >u Vt lintu Iii? Average Header in Iukt rttl?U-lla|?|><>iiliiK' ii| Legal?IIus Incav, Itellgeous ami Nuclitl t'lr de?-A Forecast <>r Julurc l'.veula. A gold ring lost is advertised' In this issue. Iteturn ; .s directed and receive a reward. The employes <d' the Seaboard Air Line shops were paid yesterday tor the month of December. Central Sunday school had twenty one additions Sunday. Several persons were admitted to church membership the snmo day. The Supervisors w ill meet at 1 o'clock to-day. Mr. Ernest Mittler who has been vis? iting his parents tor some time, has returned to his home, in Savannah, Ga. John Miller, colored, was 11 hod for dlSOl'dely condui t on High street Satur? day night. Mr. Gotten; St.it--> seeretn...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 10 January 1899

PORTSMOUTH LOCAL NEWS AND ADVERTISEMENTS _ _ Continued, ' Great Sacrifice Sale of Men's Suits and Overcoats. % A HlXU-IvAR SLAUGHTERING OP PRICES. LOWER PRICES FOR FINE GOODS THIS SEASON THAN EVER BEFORE. The last order we Rave was too largo (It has not been six weeks) we met tho conditions face ID face, and lower the prices until you cannot resist the values and unload. It Is not the right policy to carry over stock of ono season to tho next. We won't do It. $5.49 $7,45 $9.75 s11.s9 FOR SUITS AND OVERCOATS That sold up to. FOR SCITS AND OVEBSOATS That .sold up to. FOR SI' ITS AND OVERCOATS That sold up to. FOR SCITS AND OVERCOATS That sold up to., $5.00 $1000 $12.50 S1500 SHOE DEPARTMENT?Our Shoes for Ladles, Men Misse? anil Children are the host for tho price that f-xoerlence, money and modern methods' can produce, and we assure yon that all who are wearing now. and will wear our Shoos, will be awarded, first, by having their feet In perfect conditio n; second, by saving dollars i...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 10 January 1899

REYIEW OF MARKETS FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL Slocks, Honey, Exchange, Bonds, Grain, Cotton, Provisions, Etc. Now York, January 0.?A persistent niul general demand prevailed through? out the list and on an enormous vol? ume of trading there were many final advances of 1 to 3 points, while stand? ard stocks generally were up fract on al? ly. Influenced in part by Saturday's favorable hank statement, Ihere were more buying than selling orders tic cumulated by commission h tuses over Sunday. London, while moving largely With quotations here, was a sell, r Oil balance, but it developed Inti r that on the curb a very large demand sprang up for Americans after business hours. Jt was said that Americans were buoy? ant with Atchlsons, ill- feature. Atchi Kon preferred anil Stigu were the lead? ers in the strength displayed in to-day's market. The heavy purchases of Atchi snn preferred, Which resulted in an ex? treme gain of I points, were Bald to be largely for very powerful Interests and thei...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 11 January 1899

] WEATHER FORECAST FOR TO-DAY f I NORFOLK AND VldNITY? | i Rain; nearly stationery tempera- ? 3 ture: brisk east to northeast winds- E 7TTTT? 5 fT TTTTYT TTTT'TT TTTTTTT1 VOL.. II?-NO. ?86. NORFOLK, VA., WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 11, 1899?TWELVE PAGES. THREE CENTS PER COPY. MASON PLEADS FOR FILIPINOS Rugged in Language and Pointed in Illustration. STEERS CLEAR OF TREATY The Right to Govern People of Any Country Without Their Consent Denied. A PLEA FOR BROAD MANHOOD Tho Filipino? arc llcgluutne; to Trent Wltli'l)* na to Ilia Own I mill mid Flood* Only For Liberty ? Wo tslionltl Accord H10111 All We Prom? ised tlie Cnbana-Pertinent U?e? lloimAllUcll mill \ tiMW i rill Spu I o'a. Title to Hi" I'liHlpplnei niMcretllt* cil Among iln> Sintlon*-Tlio. I.and Grabbln?; Fever- The PreM?lPiit*n lttght ti? Order o I. mi Fired Ojiea tioiieu. (Dy Telegraph to Virglnlan-rilot.) Washington. D. C, Jan. 10.?Senator Mason, of Illinois, occupied the atten? tion of tlic^^H^mjai-Cu^-jiem-Vy-rrn-hottr ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 11 January 1899

LOST. ~r OST. - GOLD WATCH, TH?RS I l dav night, about 7:45 p. m. at Nor rolle and Western crossing. Liberal re? ward will be> paid tf tlndor will return same to "57 Church street. jaS-3f FOUND. TilOUND.?SATURDAY, IN HAMPTON X? Roads, Yawl Host. Owner cun re? ceive same by applying to W. S. HI3N STEN.care Pickett & CO., and paying charges._lal0-3t? WANTED. UND DAME BIEN E LEV EE DESIRE place, temmt! de ehnmbro on bonne l'cnfanl: inollloure reference. S'adresscr MIME. M., 69 Cumberland street. It* \\T ANTED. ? PARTNJ9R WITH ON E ? ? Thousand Dollars' to engage In one of the best paying business In this city. Address HUSTLER, care Vlrfflnlan-P.lot. Jall-31' WANTED. ? EVERBODY TO BUY our Teas. Coffees. Every purchaser !s entitled to guess the number beans' contained In a Mason Quart Jar. The person ?Hessing nearest will receive gold watch. KINO TEA AND COFFEE CO.. 5!? Market Place. ? JaS-lm ANTED. ?" BV E RYON E TO C A iTl. at HOPKINS-. 3o2 Main street, Norfolk. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 11 January 1899

WEATHER REPORT. Washington. D. C, Jan. 10, 1S99. Forecast for Wednesday: For Virginia?Light snow; light to fresh north to northeast winds For North Carolina?Rain; fresh northeasterly winds. METEOROLOGICAL DATA. Maximum temperature . 43 i Minimum temperature . 34 Normal temperature . 37 Departure from normal .plus 1 Departure from normal since Jan? uary 1st .Plus Bj Rainfall in part 24 hours. 0 Rainfall since 1st of month.31 Mean humidity . 78 j J. J. GRAT. Observer. WEATHER. Rain; nearly stationary temperature; brisk east to northeast winds. CAT/ENDAR. Sun rises at 7:1s a. m. and sets at 5:09 p. m. TIDES. Norfolk?High water. 8:25 a. m. and 8:50 p. m. Low water, 1:59 a. m. and 2:49 p. m._ num. BURG ES?.-* t the, "residence. N>. ICS Brewer street, Tuesday, January lft<h. 1899. at 3:45 o'clock a. m.. DIANA E.. widow of tho lato w. U. Burgess, aged CS years. The funeral will take place from abave residence to-morrow (Thursday) AF? TERNOON at 3 o'clock. Friends of t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 11 January 1899

YIRGINI?N - PILOT. ' ?BY TILE? (VIRGINIAN AND PILOT PUBLISHING COMPAJSY. ' KORfOLK VIRGINIAN AND JIY PILOT. (Consolidated March. 1S9S.) Entered at the Fostoffico at Norfolk, iVa-, aa second-class matter. I. OFFICE: PILOT BUILDING. I LI c CITY HALL AVENUE. _NORFOLK, VA._ OFFICERS: A. H. GRANDY, President; M. OLBSNAN. Vlco-Presld'in: W. S. WILKINSON, Treasurer; JAMES E. AL LEN. Secretary. BOARD OF DIRECTORS: A. II. Orandy M. Glcnnan. L. D, Starke, Jr.. T. W. Shelton, lt. VV. Shulticc, Jamca E. Allen. D. F. Donovan. three cent* percoi't, SUBSCRIPTION RATES: The VIRGINIAN-PILOT Is delivered to subscribers by, carriers In Norfolk and vicinity Portsmouth. Borkley, Suffolk. West Norfolk, Newport News, for 1? cents per week, payable to the carrier. By mall, to any place hi tho United States, postage free: ilAll.l . ,,:,r ... fiti.00 " six months ... .1.0 " lliree monlln - - 1..'",(/ " *iii?> month m m m .50 ADVERTISING RATES: Advertise? ments Inserted at the rate of 7."? cents a ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 11 January 1899

Baking powder Makes the food more delicious and wholesome ROvftl PA kin 3 POWDEH co., NEW yobk. BRAM?LETOH WARD. The retiring officers of the Epworth League of Trinity M. B. Church met lust night at 7:30 o'clock unil received the reports of the various committees] for the closing quarter of the past year. They then adjourned to the auditorium, where the league was having it musical | and literary entertuluincni. i tie follow? ing was the program: Sour.Choir Prayer.Pastor Solo.Miss Love ltecitatlon, "The Last Hymn". .Miss Annie Flanagan Duet?Mrs. Oliver und M'tsa Lucllo 8 ander 11 n. Recitation.Miss Christine Groves] Solo.M iss Ruth Fulf?rd Installation of oiflccrs, conducted by Rev. R. H. Bennett, who delivered a very Impressive charge, followed by an adnviruble address, In which he de? fined the true work of the Epworth League, as loyalty to Christ, which is, he said, the chief work of the church, and "as Epworth Leagues it rem .ins to be seen how faithful you will be to I the trus...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 11 January 1899

S11ARKEY WHIPS MTOY The Kid's Clever Foot Work Failed to Save Him. Tll? UnsWi s of (lie Nnllor anil till! itcin.v mows WltlcU I'olloUoil Them Elided Iho Fight 1? lhr Tcutli ICoitiid, (By Telegraph to Vlrglanlan-Pllot.) Lenox Athletic Club, New York. Jan. 10.?Tom Sharkey, the American sailor, stands to-night the only heavy weight possibility for championship honors and the title now held by Bob Fltzslmmons. He whipped Kid McCoy good and hard In the tenth round of what was to have been a twenty round battle, and by doing- so the Irish-American pugilist, forged his way so positively and un? deniably to the front rank that Fltz? slmmons must now consider the sailor | pugilist's claim without delay. SHARKEY A REVELATION. Sharkey to-night was n revelation t<> those who saw him a couple of years RgO. His ring work and generalship are so vastly superior to his exhibitions when he first came to the Bast as a fighter that the improvement Is almost Incredible. Great bunch...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 11 January 1899

RICHMOND . NEWS AND BUDGET Governor Tyler Planning a Trip to Havana. BUT THINKS HE CANNOT GO A A'rvr Vurhrr Fiend* For III* Son Who II'M Expelled From tlio fII Inry, Imtllulc -scheme lo Kim n i.in.' sue inner* From >m fnili lo ??<>iiin AnioFlcn?Memorial window I nnkriiplcy FctltlOus, (Special to Vlrginlan-Pilot.) Richmond, Va., Jan. 10.? Governor Tyler has been planning a trip to Ha? vana this winter,, or rather, consider? ing If it be possible for him to make such a trip. He thinks lie cannol go. He would be gone ten days or two weeks at least, and cannot spare so much time from his public duties. Colonel Morton Ma rye, Auditor of Slate, also wants to go to Havana to sec Ids son, Captain Philip T. Mary?, captain of Company C. Fourth Regi? ment, but he thinks he cannot spare so much time. PLEADING FOR SON. Governor Tyler received a letter from a New York gentleman lo-day asking him to do nil in his power for Iiis son, who Is n hiembcr of Hie first cl...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 11 January 1899

THE PID DOMINION Brief Items of Interest Picked Up Here and There. The century ball In Alexandria on Friday night was a notable event In the social life of that city. Only mar? ried men, or beaux over twenty-five years of age, were expected to take part, but no limitation whatever was Imposed on the ladles. The ball was the success of the season. The ger man made no part of the program, but many dances of "Auld Lang Syne" more than made up for the omission. More tobacco was sold last week at Lynchburg than has been sold there In the first week for years. The prices were satisfactory, and the size and col? or were good. A lnrgc stable and tobacco barn be? longing to W. S. Carter were destroy? ed by lire -near Amhcrst Courthouse Sunday night. The contents of tho buildings, Including three horses, corn, forage, farming utensils, and a large | quantity of tobacco, were a total loss. The origin of the lire is unknown. The stockholders of the Lynchburg Cotton Mill Company have practically...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 11 January 1899

NORTH CAROLINA mm MATTER Tragic Death of a Well Known Young Man. WAS FOUND UNDER A DOOR *,l?r?!*t*or*' Iikko ii. Miuib, <-r.?vpii County** llepnbllenn Itenreseirtn? II vr,i:xpnllcd From t'nirnn - Will to SI mi Stonls i? Locomotive nn<1 Ilium ' Anrny With It-t'linrgoil Witta .'mr? ilrr <:m lit-rcd tlcro mid Thorr. Raleigh, N. C, J?n. 10.?Harry D. Watts, one of Charlotte's best known young society men, has met with a tragib death. Early yesterday morn? ing a negro passing along Second street saw one of the ponderous doors of tho new bonded warehouse lying on the ground. Under It was a human body. Securing assistance the negro raised tho door and found under it the body of Mr. Watts, his head broken and his bock crushed In. He had evidently1 been dead'for several hours. It Is sup? posed that he stumbled against the door in the darkness, displaced It and it fell on him. air. Watts was one of the managers of W. A. Porterfield A; Co.'s brokerage offices he...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 11 January 1899

?' ? - " ' ? -?-r-?l-?- . ? ?? _ ;"?______, " ______ ' 1 ' ' ' ' ' " ? ' ' PORTSMOUTH LOCAL NEWS AND ADVr^Tl.gFMFNTC PORTSMOUTH AND NORFOLK COUNTY What Virginian-Pilot Rep? resentatives Hear Daily. BRIEF ITEMS OF INTEREST llie Movement* <>r I'eoj.le lu Wbom Um Avcriis? Iteniler Is Jnicr <slnl - Happening;* In l,r?iil?HllH Inras, Iteltgeoas1 i?m?I Social Cir? cles A Forecast or Future Kvculs? All preliminaries for the ferry lease have been arranged anil there Is noth? ing to lie 'lone now but for tho City Council ami Hoard of County Supervis? ors to confirm the action of the two clip in It tees. There was hilt one case hefore the Mayor yesterday, a disorderly, ami he was dismissed. It was rumored around yesterday that a man had been shut, hut the re? port could not ho traced to a reliable source. Yesterday morning about 2 o'clock four shots were llred In rapid succes- j sion on Washington Btrei t. No one ' seemed to know the cause. There was a lively ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 11 January 1899

PORTSMOUTH ADVERTISEMENTS. Continued._ Great Sacrifice Sale of Men's Suits and Overcoats. * A REGULAR SLAUGHTERING OF PRICES. LOWER PRICES FOR FINE GOODS THIS SEASON THAN EVER BEFORE. The. last order we gave was too large (It has riot been six weeks) we met the conditions face to face, und lower the, pr Ices until you cannot resist the values and unload. It Is not the right policy to carry over stock of ono season to the next. We won't do It. ' (hi- ;i <~\ FOR SUITS AND OVERCOATS ?-r? V7 /^w/^v vPO.T-S^ That sold up to. ip?.UU <?? T /T ?TT SUITS AND OVERSOATS (T* 1 ^\ /~N / That sold up to. vfc> 1 CJ. V?JL_) <?Ok FOR SUITS AND OVERCOATS CP-''-> CT /~\ <?> . I O That sold up to. vfc> I i OU 0511 SZQ FOR SPITS AND OVERCOATS \ r-v f~\/-\ Vll.OZ? That sold up to. vplO-UU SHOE DEPARTMENT?Our Shoes ror Ixtdles. Men. Misses and Children arc the best for the prlco that exoerlence, money and modern method...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 11 January 1899

REYIEW OF MARKETS FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL Stocks, Money, Exchange, Bonds, Grain, Cotton, Proiislons, Etc. Now York, January 10.?For the first | time In the history of the Stock Ex? change there was trading in over a million shares on each of two succes? sive days, to-dny being the fifth mil? lion Shares day in fifteen years. Prac? tically all the railways except Atchl Bpn preferred show gains of a point at one time or another In the day. in the late selling movement when the spe? cialties were hammered some of the advances were lost and in special c uses as In Missouri Pacific and Kansas an 1 Texas preferred, the entire gain was wiped out. Most of th Grangi rs touch? ed the highest prices >< t r< ached in the j current movement. The, most conspicuous advances among the railroads wore those of Great Northern preferred, which made an extreme gain ot 6V?, M mhattan over 3 and the Readings - each. The ex? treme rlso .among the specialties was that of Ne...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 12 January 1899

jtUUltl mi lUlllulllliiliiiiinmiHiiiiini^ 3 IS P.QL|?e??E IN TWO PARTS. ?'TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTtTTTTTTTTTTTTTTITTT TTTTTTTT T? \ NORFOLK AND V1CINTT V? 3 Increasing cloudiness; probably 3 snow; frrsh northeast to east winds. " ?TTTTTTTTrrTTTTTTTTYrTTTTTf TTTTTTTT VOL. II?XO. 87. ?NORFOLK, YA., THURSDAY, JAN IT All V 12, 1890-TWELVE PAGrES. THREE CE^TS PER COPY. FREEDOM FOR THE FILIPINOS Senator Foraker Makes Some Startling Declarations. VEST RESOLUTION ATTACKED The United States Has Constitu tional Right to Acquire and Gov? ern Foreign Territory. SENATOR HOAR IS THANKFUL The lliiclieye .Senator Declares Tluil Wo ? ?iiiil Xut In Justice Iteturii Ilie rtllll|.|tllll<H to Spul? null Kelr. nm Hai tlie Only Altcruntlvo, but Our i>o?,eit<iloii Wim only Tempor? ary?If tbc Filipinos) Belle??Their lliipnlneim Inn Kent llu Secnreil by Nnlf-Go vcranieitt Tlir.v uro to Ite QI veil mi opportunity to Govern TbeiitNOlvon- Itcnoltilloti Commit ting United Mute? to Th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 12 January 1899

LOST. TT OST. ? A HL. ACIC A-N'D WHITK 1 1 Laverlck Sotwr Dor with brown race, ratbor largo, between two and three years old If round, please return to 87 Charlotte street, city, and receive proper reward._Jt FOUND. FOUND. ? ON GRAXJIY BTRB3ET, Tuesday, a pot-ketbook containing a milill sun) of money and car tickets. Ap? ply to T. T. GAVATHMY, Commerce street. It* 3^S?UND.-SATUP.DAY. IN HAMPTON J Roads, Yawl Roat. Owner can re? ceive sanio by npplvlng to W. S. HEX STEN.care Plckctt & CO., und paying ohargeg. jaio-ni* WANTED TO REXT~7\ COTTAC.K at Ocean View for July or August, or fVrr the season; please state terms, lo? cation and number of rooms. Address COTTAGE, care Virginian-Pilot. Jsl2-3t? WANTED. ? ABOUT 1ST MARCH, in vicinity of .Norfolk, house of 1(1 rojriis, from 5 to 10 acres of land: must be In good condition. Particulars to F. A. 115, care Virginian-Pilot. Jal2-4t? ANTED. ? POSITION AS BOOIC kevper or salesman or typewriter ?with some reliable h use; good ref...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 12 January 1899

WEATHER REPORT. Washington, D. C. Jan. 11, 1S99 Forecast for Thursday: I For Virginia?Snow, turning into rain; warmer: fresh easterly wlndB. For North Carolina? Huin. beginning as snow in the interior; wurmer; fresh to brink northeast to east winds. METEOROLOGICAL, DATA. Maximum temperature . 30 Minimum temperature . 23 Normal temperature . 311 Departure from normal .minus 13 Departure from normal since Jan? uary 1st .minus 3 Rainfall In 24 hours. T. Rainfall since 1st of month.31 Mean humidity . 84 J. J. GRAY, Observer. WEATHER Increasing cloudiness; probably snow; fresh northeaBt to east winds. CALENDAR. Sun rises at 7:18 a. m. and sets at 5:10 p. m. TIDES. Norfolk?High water. 9: IS a. m. arid 9:41 n. m. Low water, 2:t>3 a. m. and 3:38 r>. m III KU. "iSCRGESS.?At the residence^ N ">. 10S Brewer street, Tuesday. January loth, ISO?, at 2:45 o'clock a. m... DIANA K.. widow of the late W. B. Burgess, aged C8 yi-ars. Tho funeral will take place, from ab...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 12 January 1899

VIRGINIAN - PILOT. ?15 Y THE? .VIRGINIAN AND riLOT PUBLISHING COMPANY. t.ORFOLK VIRGINIAN AHD DAILY PILOT. (Consolidated March. 1S9S.) Entered at the Postofflce at Norfolk, Va., aa second-class matter, OFFICE: PILOT BUILDING, CITY HALL AVENUE, NORFOLK. VA. OFFICERS: A. H. GRANDY, President: M, GLENN AN, Vice-Preslderit: \V. S. WILKINSON. Treasurer; JAMES E. AL? LEN. Secretary. UUAHl) UK DIRECTORS: A. H. Grandy, M. Glcnnan, L. 1'. Starke, Jr., T. W. Sh.-lton, H W. Shultlce, James E. Allen, D. K. Donovan. TIIHKK ?i:> I'M rillt ( OI'Y. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: The VIRGINIAN-PILOT Is delivered to subscribers by carriers Iii Norfolk and vicinity. Portsmouth, D rkley, Snff.dk. West Norfolk, Newport News, for 10 cents per week payable to tho carrier. By mail, to any place ia tho United States, postage free: DAILY, one yvnr - - - ?15.00 ** ?ix months ... a.ii " Ihre? mouths - - <? I..10 " mie ntiiiith ? % ? .no ADVERTISING RATES: Advertise? ments Inserted at the rate of 7.'...

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