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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 12 April 1899

vimilJNiAiN-t-lijl>T. WEDNESDAY. APRIL 12, 1S90-TWET/VE PAGES. THR MFW"s PDPiTx/r \7TDr_TTvTT /T ~r>r\\\r?iKn^AK~rrr%r^w PETERSBURG. Mr. Brown Again Fails to Identifiy Suspect. Tho Pcteribnrg Ornjm Meorgaiilito Trnvelcrs l'rotoctlvo Association ?Marvelon? Escape?Material For Elcelrlc Railway Furcbnsed. Petersburg. Va., April 11.?Sheriff Jones ami Sergeant Iiurkholdcr arrest? ed and took to Crews Sunday morning Jim Thomas, Fred Bland, Ed. Fitzger? ald and Torn Cralle, (all colored). Two of the above named were under strong suspicion of having been connected with the shooting of Mr. Brown and the rob? bery of his store In Dinwiddie. The men were taken before Mr. Brown, who failed to identify them, after which they were turned loose. One of the negroes says that Mr. Brown's assailant Is In Roanokc. The authorities there will be asked to look out for him. THE GREYS REORGANIZED. A largely attended meeting of the young men of this city, principally members of the late Company G. Pe?...

Publication Title: Virginian-Pilot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 12 April 1899

PORTSMOUTH LOCAL NEWS AND ADVERTISEMENTS CHRONICLES OF INTERES1 Portsmouth, The Beautiful Gil By the Sea. FOUND HERE AND THERI IIio Latest Happening In tlio I'll nud Conner Presented In < oucn Form For ?t?o Kdldcatlou of I'll Clnlnn?Pllot Kondor? Hero nn F.lacwhcro ? Gosvlp For reopl TV ho Desire to Keep l*oi>(od. Three drunUs paid the regulation ! fend costs in the Police Court yesterdo morning. Hanson Brown nnd Floyd Boldin were charged in the Police Court yci terday with assaulting Zip Bright, wh however, did not push the ease, but a< knowledgcd having received satistai tlon and nsked that the warrant I quashed. This was done. Mr. John H, Burroughs, who has bee employed at Port Royal as a "bra: ?finisher." arrived home from that plac yesterday morning. Tho U. S. S. cruiser Raleigh is es pected to reach New York Saturday. Misses Bertha Lucas, Maggie Mncke and Sadie Campbell, of Wilmingtoi Deb, are visiting Miss Lucile Andertoi of South Portsmouth. Yesterday in the Husting...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 12 April 1899

"IT (Iii FD UM PURP 10 TFI FnR?niS Now Is Youi TO SECURE A BEAUTIFUL. ORGA THE BEST STYLES ARB SOLD. 25C. A COMPLETE LINE OF TABLE '. FURNISHINGS. THE BEST 6C. I/AWN? ON THE COMPLETE LINE OF DRESS UNI* USE; FEATHER BOND IN ALL 9HA EMMBT1 _TERMS CASH. EXKMINE BO Dots in Brighton, from $05 to $10 a lot: 50 Lots in Park View, from $10< Lots on Crawford street: 2 nice House: Houses in Park View cheap; small H< House and 2 Lots in Brighton for less small Houses for salo that will pay if suits you. call at my office and let me R. S. EE Real 33swtrite c*? BELL 'PHONE 2222._ Public Apr How we ^ Its a problem that all mercha We have won it by Fashion, The fact is, there isn't any ne has been tried, and also the gift ent< we propose to stick to our original | and Furnishing for the least money. MEN'S SUITS, FROM $3.90 ' MEN'S PANTS. FROM $1.25 MEN'S SPRING OVERCOATS, BOYS' CLOTHING, FROM $1. MEN'S SHIRTS, WITH TWO MEN'S P. K. SHIRTS, AT 50 MEN'S SILK BOSOM IN EG LIC And so on through...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 12 April 1899

Review ok the Markets, Shipping News and Real Estate Business. New York, April 11.?Bullish confL deneo prevailed In Influencing stock prices to-day, which advanced' almost continuously, slight setbacks regular? ly bringing new buyers. The Anal deal? ings were in large volume, bringing the total to nearly three quarters of a mil? lion shares. There was continuous sup? port by largo operators, accompanied by optimistic utterances. Potent allies of higher prices were the showing of the government crop report on winter wheat, which was better than expect? ed, spring weather'in the West, abund? ance of money at easier rates and Washington advices that a sudden call on the depository banks for the funds to pay the Spanish indemnity was not contemplated, but that the withdrawal of government funds would be gradual as hitherto. A sentimental Influence was the knowledge that a Presidential proclamation that we were at peace with Spain would be issued to-day. The Grangers were liberally purch...

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

?jiiuiiuimummiiuiutniiiiiiinuuuiliij IN TWO PARTS. *TTTTTTTTTTTTT?TTTTTf TTTTTTTT* TTT1 TTTTTTTTTTT TrMT* r: TTJTTT" '? '*TT TVtl'3 I THE MOST LOCAL NEWS - I \ and the best of it in the VIR- I gini an-Pilot. Tint's why | you see so many people read- t ing the VlRGtNlAN-PlLOT. j LATEST NEWS OF THE WORLI) BY TELEGRAPH AND CABLE-)t^^M FIERCE FIGHTING JN SAMOA The Americans Lose Two Popular Officers. THE DEAD ARE BEHEADED JUulnnrit** Warriors tilva tlio Amerl cnm nild Bi-ltlnh, IVIio right side t>.v KI<lo .1o Kiitl of Trntibto-.lln rluea Aiiibcmtiotl on (lermiiit i'lnn ?alloti ami ri>rccil lo ItolroifT^-Uor mnn ? oiihuI I'rolCKln Aenluit Dnr? bttHly ami Itpcei vos n KtiiigiitK itc plj l rmii Aillillral Iinillx~ Auotli erWnrnlilp mill TroO|i? tVeciled Mii'ii'iH'i of slaughtered Amor I c An ?iniccm. (By telegraph to Vlrglnlah-Pll?t.) 'Auckland, New Zealand] April 12.? Dispatched received here from Apia, Pnmoa, April 1, Fay that a party of 105 American and British sailors were for...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 13 April 1899

THE) NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES TWO, THREE FIVE AND SIX. WANTED. WANTED. ? A YOUN? LADT DE- | sires a, position as stenographer and typewriter; can give good references. Address CM.ISS C, 151 Falkland street. ap!3-3t ANTHD, FOR CASH. ? 8ECON hand Coffeo Mill, number 0 to 12, and Butter loo Jiox. Address 8. & W.. carp Virglnlan-Pllot. It* YOUNxT~MAN WITH 5 YEA RS' experlenco desires position In cloth? ing and gents' furnishing store or any (clerical work: bavo some experience In shorthand and typewriting: best of refer? ences furnished. Address M. B., this of? fice. apl3-3t AHTXJ3R WANTED. ? gTwtTe-' man or business lady, in retail cash business paying net protlt from $150 to $220 per month, or would sell. Address "CASH," Virglni-in-Pllot Offlco._apll-3t 1 ANTED. ? A PLACW~AS CLERK In a retail grocery store: lest of references. Address J. S. H., Virginian Filot ofllce. npl2-3l? . WANTED . ? BUSHELMAN FOR general work. Apply at once at new york clothing co., 214 High etreet, Portsmo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 13 April 1899

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES TWO, THREE, FIVE AND SIX WEATHER REPORT. Washington. April 12.?Weather fore? cast for Thursday: Virginia?Continued fair and warm Thursday; westerly winds, becoming variable; Friday, fair. North Carolina?Fair Thursday, with warmer near the coast; fresh southerly winds; Friday, fair. Norfolk nml vicinity WEATHER FORECAST FOR TO-DAY. Fair and warmer; fresh southwest winds. TEMPERATURE, RAINFALL AND HUMIDITY. Maximum temperature ..'. 72 Minimum temperature .? 45 Normal temperature . 05 Departure fro normal .'..plus 3 Departure since January 1st..minus 75 Rainfall In past 24 hours.0 Rainfall since 1st of month.1.34 Mean humidity . 68 CALENDAR. Sun rises, 5:32 a. m.; sets, 6:3S p. m. TIDES. Norfolk?High water. 11:21 a. m. and 11:16 p. m.; low water, 5:20 a. m. nnd 5:19 p. m. Old Point?High water. 11:00 a. m. and 11:25 p. m.j low water, 4:59 a. m. and 4:58 p. m. IHK?. TIIOMAS.-AVednesduv morning. April 12. IS99, at !?:!:, o'clock. FREDBR1CA, be? loved wife of D...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 13 April 1899

VIRGINIAN - PILOT. r ?BY THE? (VIKGLNIAN AND PILOT PUBLISHING COMPANY. MM VIRGINIAS AND DAILY PILOT. | (Conaolldated March, 1835.) ' Entered at tho PostofHce at Norfolk, (Va.. as second-class matter. , PFFICB: PILOT I3UILDINO. CITY HALL AVENUE. norfolk, va. -OFFICERS: A. H. OR ANDY, President: M. GLENNAN. Vlce-Prcsldent; W. ?. (WILKINSON, Treasurer; JAMES E. AL? UPENT. Secretary. _ BOARD OF DIRECTORS: A. n. Grandy, M. Glennan, L. D. Starko. Jr.. ET. W. Shelton. R. W. Shutuce. James E. iAIIon. D. F. Donovan. THREE CESTJ? PER COPY. subscription rates: The VIRGINIAN-PILOT Is *5 hubscribera by carriers In 'Norfolk; IM vicinity, Portsmouth, Berkley. fauf^r01^ iWest Norfolk. Newport News, for 10 cents per week, payable to tho carrier [By mall, to any placo In tho Untied (States, postago free: *>A1I.T, oue jrnr - - t5 00 six iiion?li? - .1.00 ?? IbrcomotilH* - - ,,;i0 ? om in oil ill ? * ? ADVERTISING RATES: Aav""sc; ments inserted at tho rato of 7o Square, first Insertion; each subsequ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 13 April 1899

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES TWO. THRKR ftvf amq qtv COURT DECISIONS. Notes of Cases Recently Decided, Which are of Interest to Our People. DIGESTED BY W. B. MARTIN, (Exclusively lor Virglnlan-Pllot.) M. K. & T. TRUST CO. V. KRUMSEIG Supreme Court of the United States. January 3, 1S99. A CONTRACT TO PAY $3.600 IN MONTHLY INSTALMENTS, AND } PROVIDING THAT IN CASIO THE CONTRACTOR DIED THE UNPAID INSTALMENTS SHOULD BE RE? LEASED. IS VOID AS A COLORA? BLE DEVICE TO COVER USURY, I THE CONSIDERATION OP SAID CONTRACT BEING $1,970 PAID TO | THE CONTRACTOR. THE LAW OF MINNESOTA PRO? VIDING THAT A USURIOUS CON? TRACT IS VOID MAY BE EN? FORCED IN THE FEDERAL I COURTS, AND UNDER THAT LAW | T1I10 CONTRACT MAY BE CAN? CELLED WITHOUT REPAYMENT| . OF THE MONEY LOANED. Tho appellee sued to enjoin the en? forcement of a mortgage. The lower court enjoined its enforcement and de? clared It and the notes secured therein void. The appellant appealed to the | Supreme Court. The appellee borrow? ed fro...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 13 April 1899

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES TWO, THREE. FIVE AND SDC BRIEF ITEMS OF INTEREST. Tho Woman's Homo Missionary Po? ol? of Epworth M. 10. ^2ffXh?J! largely attended mooting ypsti?nln> alt noon, but u?c busings transitedI was of no general interest to the public. Petersburg Index-Appeal: Mr.. John B Burke, of Norfolk, im In the.cityr at tending the Qrfthd R?ting ol the Fra ternal Mystic Circle. Judge Shepnrd. of Raleigh, was in Norrolk yesterday o,. legal l'1';"" ^ ?nr J Henncssv and wife, of Albany N Y. wer" iin Norfolk several hours yesterday. Mr. T. O. Tultle. of Durham, N. C was a visitor yesterday to Norfolk Mr. add Mrs. l>. N. Brown?, and Mr* it, Greven of Providence, R. L. visucai our city yesterday. Mr and Mrs. W. P. Deal, of Emporla. Va '"spent'yesterday In Norfolk with friends. Mr Thos. 1?. Robertson, of Eastvlll*, a Veil known newspaper man. was In our city yesterday oh business connect? ed with his paper. Mr R. J. Camp, of Franklin, rim dc'wti to our city yesterday on bu...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 13 April 1899

THE) NEWS FROM THE Oi7d ~nq1^-h ^Vt-i^ and tts QAPT?af Work on S. L. L. Gamvlan-Colum bia Link. PROGRESSING RAPIDLY Honte For '?'Ii 11 iy-fi vo of tlio Seventy Miles Located ? Tlio Nnprcmo Court Docliot i.xccptlonnlly I.lclit ? New Born NeiiU? Ills' Committee to Southern PillCft Convention ? IJnrl?eciio nuil lIi-iiiiKirlck Slew For Itoturulng S?nnern. Rdtelgh, K. C. April 12.?Work if pro? gressing rapidly on the Seaboard Air Line'}; Camden-Columbia link. Already the route for thirty-five of the seventy miles is located. The contract will he given out this week and work will begin within the next ten days. Once begun it will he prosecuted with nil possl|.h> dispatch. General Superintendent McBce and Division Superintendent Monctiro are now at dnihdeh. Mr. Mohcurc Is super? intending the construction of. the road. They spent Sunday here and left Sun? day niixht. Mr. McBcc goes there to make investigations' preparatory to awarding the contract tor building the ti SUpRl :.M 0 COURT 1...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 13 April 1899

NEWS FROM RICHMOND AND~OTHER PARTS OF VIRGINIA. RICHMOND NEWS AND GOSSIP Senator Daniel Talks on the Sen . atorial Question. PROPOSED CONFERENCE He Una Hot Heen Any Necessity For It und is. Therefore, Opposed to It? ' Will Work For Fresh Water nasln In the J mit es?a. Colored Jnnltor on lato Wnr-Hr. Ilantlngloii's Ol ft. (Special to Virginian-Pilot.) Richmond, Va., April 12.?Senator Daniel is in the city to-day. He had a few interesting remarks to make con? cerning the approaching Senatorial conference here next month. "I have expressed myself fully on this subject," said the Senator, when asked by the Virginian-Pilot correspondent for an expression regarding his atti? tude toward the conference "At the Roanoke convention," he continued, "my position was most clearly defined. I have seen no reason to change lt. I have always held, as I hold now, that counties which desire to instruct their representatives regards ing whom they shall vote for for Sen? ator should be allowed to do so,...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 13 April 1899

THE NEWS FROM VIRGINIA CONTINUED FROM PAGE EIGHT. PETERSBURG. Citizen of Amelia Assaulted and Robbed. TIio Culprit* Ciltiglit mill Juliet! For Trial-Illicit HIHI Dolrojcil-Jail tirilier) Itmi Ol cr mill Iii I I i'it l'crsonnt. Petersburg, Va., April 12.?Mr. Far- j ley, who resides In Amelia county, was knocked down and brutally beaten last Monday by two men said to" bo moun? taineers, whom be baa at work on bis dwelling. The assailants, it Is stated, also threatened to kill Mrs. Farley when she went to her husband's assist' iincc. The men robbed Mr. Farley of $100 In money and took his gun. After committing tlie assault and robbery the two men Hod, but were captured yes? terday at Wilson's Depot, in DlnWlddle county, Just as they were about to board the westbound passenger train. They were handcuffed and taken to the county Jail of Amelia, AN ILLICIT STILL DESTROYED. Special United Slated Deputy Reve? nue Collectors Gee and NeWcotnb were in tho city yesterday, having Just re? turned...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 13 April 1899

PORTSMOUTH LOCAL NEWS AND ADVERTISEMENTS CHRONICLES OF INTEREST Portsmouth, The Beautiful City By the Sea. FOUND HERE AND THERE TIlO Latent Happening* in ttio < 'I i.v niitl County I*rcsontc<l Iii Concise >'or::i l or itio Kdlflcitttoll or Vir? glulnn-PIlot Stendern Hero and Klscwlicro ? Cionulp For People tVlio Desire to licrp Ponied. The ministers of this city arc loud in their praises in regard to the action of the Council in fixing licenses so high that no variety or other shows where liquor Is sold can be run In this city. Tuesday night a drunken white man ?was found lying with his head on the electric railway track. Fortunately, lie ?was discovered in time to Bave Ills life. Our informant would not dlvulje his name. The dust was very disagreeable at times yesterday. It passed up and down the streets In clouds. Tho roof of an old shanty on King street caught on tire yesterday morning nnd was progressing rather lively when I discovered by two colored men, who put It out...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 13 April 1899

Now Is Your Opportunity. TO SECURE A BEAUTIFUL ORGANDY, DIMITY OR P K. DRESS BEFORE TICK" BEST STYLES ARB SOLD. SC. O KG AN DI ES FOR 12yjC. A COM'PLETE LINE OF TABLE LINENS QUILTS.'SHEETS AND HOUSE FURNISHINGS. ' THE BEST OC. LAWNS ON THE M ARK ET (ORGAN DT PATTERNS). A COMPLETE LINE OF DRESS LINING 8; COLLAR STIFFENING READY FOR USE; FEATHER BONE IN ALL SHAD ES?WHITE P. K. BINDING. TERMS CASH. 320 HIGH STREET. EXAMINE THIS LIST. BO Lots In Brighton, from J?T> to J1P0: 40 Dots In Cottage Place, from J125 to $350 a lot: W I>ots tn Park View, from $100 to S500 a lot; 4 Lois on Court street: 2 Lots on Crawford street: 2 nleo Houses and vacant lot on Dlnwlddle street; 3 tine Houses In Park View cheap; small Houso on Queen street; 1 on Part street; 1 House und 2 Lots In Brighton for less than house cost to build. I have 8 or 10 small Houses for pale that will pay 15 per cent, on prlco asked. If nothing here suits you. call at my office and let "me show what I have for sale. R. S. ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 13 April 1899

Review of the Markets, Shipping News and Real Estate Business. REVEIW OF MARKETS New York. April 111.?There wng a Wild rush to buy at the opening- and tho specialties made largo gains, which they retained little, while the railways Which had improved smartly, left oft at about yesterday's figures. The rise of Americans in London before the opening and the momentum of yester? day's advance were responsible for the eaily excitement in the market. Call money ranged from 4 to 5, closing at the lower figure? and sterling exchange uns strong throughout, demand ster? ling rising The rapidity of the early advance in? duced heavy realizations, but a gener? al tone of strength prevailed until the afternoon, when some sharp recessions occurred. The killing of American and English navy officers in Sain.'a seethed to arouse apprehension in some quarters of fur? ther complications. Among the spe? cialties strong features were Brooklyn Transit, Consolidated Has, People's Gas, Sugar and the iron an...

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

^ -.i-rrurr-" luiuuulUUllUJ |1UI^ \ IN TWO PARTS. I ,,., r., .,, ,, lrTTMT,,,, f M11 M ' ' I 11 n 11 I M f f TfT TT1 TIJ THE A\OST LOCAL NEWS I; and the best of it in the vir- f GlNlAN-PiLOT. That's why ~ vou see so many people read- ? ine the Virginian-Pilot. \ IUU1U11U1 uiuiuua lull. THREE CENTS PER COPY. LATEST NEWS OF THE WORLD BY TELEGRAPH AND CABLE. Great Speech Before Milwaukee Jefferson Club, JEFFERSON'S NATAL DAY lllo I."inter <T III,- l'ropte .t;-altis< I 111' . Trml? IJIvon If rn^oiin I*??r I bo i FnltliThat U In film- winu tnoTesi <'o;.in io Be?Inconsistencies or <;ol?l Hlnudard Ailvocatos Nliown Fp-Why National Hun It Koto in Good-rays ilia KMp??l? <" Hit Trnats? Big Blandina Ariuiun a Bnrdan ?<> tho People?A iVord on Imperialism. (By Telegraph to Vlrclnlon-Pllot.) Milwaukee, Wis., April 13.?Tito Jef? ferson Club of Milwaukee observed the natal day of the founder of Democracy by a banquet at the Planklnton Hotrsc to-night, attended by over four hun?...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 14 April 1899

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES TWO, THREE FIVE AND SIX, wanted. WANTED IMMEDIATELY. ? A First-class CiKarmaker; must be a member of Union. Apply to W. F. IBA OK US, JR. 612 Crawford street, eec ond floor, Portsmouth, Va. It v OUNO MAN, SEVERAL YEARS AS ?*? clerk ivantB position: best of refer? ences with cash bond if necessary. Ad dress BUSINESS, thi3 office. apl4-3t? WANTED. ? A YOUNG- LADY DE elres a position as stenoKrnpher and typewriter; can give good references. Address MISS C. 151 Falkland street. apl3-3t AYOUNG MAN WITH 5 YEARS' experience desires position In cloth? ing and gents' furnishing store or any clerical work: havo tome experience in shorthand and typewriting: bust of refer? ences furnished. Address M. B., this of? fice._ apl3-3t XXT ANTED. ? A PEACE AS CLERK ?? In a retail grocery store: best of references. Address J. S. H? Vlrg'nlan Pllot office. npl2-3t* ANTED. - 1000 MEN T?~P?R~ chase our special $1.50 Derby, equal to $2.50 hat sold bv others. T. L. STRAW HAND &am...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 14 April 1899

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES TWO THREE, FIVE AND SIX. Washlngton, April 13. Forecast for Friday: Virginia?Increasing cloudiness, with possibly showers and thunderstorms late Friday; brisk southerly winds. Sat? urday fair and cooler. North Carolina?Partly cloudy Fri? day, with warmer near the coast; In? creasing southerly winds. Saturday fair and cooler. Norfolk nnil Vicinity. WEATHER FORECAST FOR TO- | DAY. Fair, followed by increasing cloudl-! ncss and possible showers; fresh to | brisk southwest winds. TEMPERATURE. RAINFALL. AND HUMIDITY. Maximum temperature. 82 Minimum temperature . 57 Normal temperature . 56 Departure fro normal.plus 14 Departure from normal since Janu? ary 1st.minus 142 Rainfall in past 24 hours. T Rainfall since first of month.1.34 Mean humidity. 66 CALENDAR. Sun rises at 5:31 a. m. and sols at ?6:30 p. m. TIDES. Norfolk?High water at 0:00 a. m. and 12:0!i p. m.; low water at 6:08 a. m. and 6:05 p. m. Old Point?High water at 11:3!> a. m. and 11:48 p. m.j lo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 14 April 1899

VIRGINIAN-PILOT. _BY THE? fTIRGINLVN ANr^PH^OT PUBLISHING NORFOLK VIRGINIAN. UND DAILY PILOT. (Consolidated March, 1S9?.) _ Entered ?t Ui? Fostofflca at Norfolk, (Vb_, u ?econd-clasa matter. . OFFICE: PILOT BUILDING. BfitlF CITS HALL AVENUE. norfolk, va. OFFICERS: A. H. O RANDY. President. M. OLE NN AN. Vice-President; W. ?. WILKINSON. Treasurer; JAMES E. Ab LEN. Socretxry. ?., . ? BOARD OF DIRECTORS: A. ?? Grxndy, m. Glennan. l. D. bUir** T. W. fihclton. R. W. Bbul?cc. Jarnos l. Allen, D. F. Donovan. THREE CEBITS ?'ER COPY. subscription rates*. The VIRGINIAN-PILOT ll*???JJ subscribers by carriers In No/ioiku vicinity, Portsmouth, Berkley. B?"j?lft Wetcc Norfolk, Newport News. ?' w cents per week, payablo to the carrier By moll, to any placo In Uie unii u States, postage free: DAILY, oue yrnr - - no - ?Ix tuootlis - " " w threeraontbi - - ,,3U m one monlb ? " ? ,ri0 verlies other than tneir . u ness. except by paying especially ior u.v Reading Notices inrarlftbiy 20 cents per line f...

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