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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 30 May 1899

? CURRENCY REFORM. <By Editor Dally News, Phillips-1 burg, N. J. Th? adinlnlslriitlon press is constant? ly urging "currency reform." What reforms does this administra? tion propose In relation to the cur renoyt Their scheme Is to retire all notes Is? sued by tho United States, ami in lieu thereof Issue bank notes only. They claim that the government! ought to go out of the "hanking busl-' hers," and that private corporations should Issue the currency of our eoun-j try. So far no good reason has been ad? vanced for this course. The Issuing of bank notes by banks of Issue 1? the obi State bank system, known as the "wild eat banking system." extensively and solely used betoro tho w ir between the States. If private corporations, or semi-pub? lic oneu. issue our currency, then the value of the currency so Issued must depend on the value of the adscts of the corporation. Tin? Issue of notes by private corpo? rations cannot command the respect and conlldcnce of those that know nothing...

Publication Title: Virginian-Pilot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 30 May 1899

PORTSMOUTH LOCAL. NEWS AND ADVERTISE M El NTS OF MORE THAN PASSING N?TE + A ? A Compilation of Miscellaneous News Matter in Condensed Form. FRESH CLEAN AND BRICHT A nullj Directory of tlic llnppciilni;. of rt ITtii.T Brtelly Told, 'l'uongll r.mall >ono (lie l.vnn Interesting nod Inipnrtnut ? 1 uforiitii I Ion lor TIioho Wlio Nrok to Know und l'n? ?Icrsliiuri lVlint is Going on AniOHg llio I'eople. Mr. George Jobson left Sunday for the Bohemian Island, whore he will Join his brother Damon, who Is a largo con tmotor out there. Mr. V. B. Uillsoly, n former resident of this city and well-known to nil our young men as "Bunk" Bllisoly, died In Berkley Sunday. .. There will be ward meetings to-mor? row night at tho usual places to elect members of the Democratic Executive Committee i" serve tor one year. The Democratic voters are urgd to.turn ottt. Miss Nellie Mnrdble, of Dynchburg, Is in the city on a visit to friends. To-day will* be observed us Federal Memorial. The bunks mid the nav...

Publication Title: Virginian-Pilot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 30 May 1899

PORTSMOUTH LOCAL. NEWS AND ADVElRTISOVTO^^T^ 'S? w I I f # f ?! $ ? ? Go-Carts, Stoves, Desks, Couches, Tables. The ladies who have seen our superb line of FurnHure? Desks, Couches, Parlor Suits, Golden Oak Bed Room Suits. Lace Curtains and Carpets, all come to one conclusion. & "THIS IS THE ONLY PUCE' To Amy such articles at economical prices. This same opinion holds good in relation to our line line of * REFRIGERATORS AND BABY CARRIAGES. VVc have the best assortment in town and are proud to show them. ITS HIGH TIME To put in Screens and get your new Bicycle, both here to good advantage. You can buy .SAVE THE COUPONS. ??? iE PHILLIPS I WEEK. m_osme: wei elk INHFiRII SI I?P A BUS* If you do not take advantage of these prices it is not our fault. Sca p| :cs Mosquito Net, extra Mno mesh, Warth 75c. piece, this week 25c, pleco. o yards Cotton Grenadine, worth l$C , Ii.!;, v.r. I. I'Hi yards pretty Lawns, cheap at Be., this wo< k :.' . 3,000 j rds Vit ' ? i Corded Wash Lawns, wor...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 30 May 1899

Review of the Markets; Shipping News; and Real Estate Business. REVIEW OF MARKETS FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL Stocks, Money, Exchange, Bonds, Grain, Cotton, Provisions, Etc. NEW YORK PRODUCE MARKET. New York, May 29.?-Butter strong; Western creamery, 15Vi? ts%e.; State dairy, 14%@17c. Cheese steady; large while. S%c. Eggs easy; Slate and Pennsylvania, 15%c; Western fresh. 14%*J l.V.ic.; Southern. lRtjlUc. Peanuts firm; fancy hand-nicked, 4%Q>5c; other domestic, f'.H'tic. Spot coffee, Rio, mar? ket dull; mild, market quiet. NEW YORK TRUCK MARKET. Potatoes quiet; New York, $1.0001.75; Jersey sweets. $1.00*92.00. Cabbage steady; $1.50?2.75. BALTIMORE GRAIN MA UK KT. Baltimore, Md., May 20.?Flour quiet; Western super. $2.2.".'<< 2.40. Wheat strong; spot, 77<9>77%c; month, 77(8 77%c; June. TTV,?i 77%c.: July, 78%?j 77%c; Southern, by sample, 69<SJ78c. Corn steady; spot, month and June. 86%45>36%c; July. 3?(0>37%c.; Southern white corn, 43(S'43%c. Oats dull ami J easy...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 31 May 1899

y'iiwimininiiin.il j nun im nii. .. ^ a IN TWO PARTS, e *fTT*? fTTTTT T H?T? rTTt T TT t TTtTTTTTTTl ltTTlll.?TTTll t True to the.... j DEMOCRATIC PARTY j In Victory or Oefeat. f iauu lUllltUllU' VOL. Ill?NO. 52. NORFOLK, VA., WEDNESDAY, MAY tfl, 1899?TWELVE PAOES. THREE CENTS PER COPY. LATEST NEWS OF THE WORLD BY TELEGRAPH ?ND CABI E\CONT,NUEO ON _ _ "^ 4 j PAGE 6 A SENATORIAL DECLARATION M de Beaupre's Fight For Devil's Island Prisoner THE FAMOUS BORDEREAU llo ('barge* Oonnl i:?(f>rlii>zy Willi II? Aulliorslil|> mill RsvlTM WMII< ? ??BT Iiilerml in iiic Dreyfus Cnse III* Kpecrli Provoked From Iii? I'rl.nuor'ii l.nriiiy, in? < ry, ''It In Mi? Collapse <>t nur Cbnrgcs?** (By Telegraph to Virginian-Pilot.) Paris, May 30.?A sensational decla? ration by M. <lo Beaupre, who read h report in favor ot Dreyfus, indirectly ascribing tlic authorship ot the famous bordereau to Count Esterhar.y, togcthi r with a concluding request for a revi? sion <>f the verdict ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 31 May 1899

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES TWO, THREE AND FIYR LOST. TT- OST OR STOLEN?A CRESCENT JLi Bicycle, No. 3140U1. ?10.00 reward If | returned to pollco station. inya-iv, WANTED. WANTED.?TWO OB THREE ROOMS for gentleman and wlfo: unfur-1 tilslied: In nice locality. References given and expected. Address R, R. L., tills of llce. my 30-31* ANTED. ?BY AN EXPERIENCED young lady, position as bookkeeper, cashier or stenographer: moderate salary. Address Q. lt. S., this Office. my30-3t* ANTED.?1' O SI TI ON BY YOIJ NO man, single, in wholesale or retail house or on the road. Have had several years' experience In business circle. Can furnish bond In any amount. Beference best. Address. "ENERGY,*' this Office. my30-3t WANTED.?BY YOUNO MAN, NICE furnished room without board. West End: A. B. C., Vliglnian-I'ilot. my3U-3t* ANTED ? SECOND^ i AND 8 AFB. no smaller than 30x30x18 Inches In? side measure. Address, Boom 307, Col. Ma Bldg., city. inyM-31? ANTED ?BY GENTLEMAN AND wlfo two rooms for light hou...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 31 May 1899

THE NEWS OF NORFOUT?N PAGES TWO THREE AND FIVE j ?Washington, r>, c., May; CO, 1899. i (Forecast ?op Wednesday: For Virginia/?Continued warm weath? er, with conditions favorable for thun-1 der storms Wednesday and Thursday, followed Thursday by lower tempera- I ture; brisk south to southwest winds | and probably squalls. For North Carolina? Showers and probably thunder storms Wednesday; unsettled weather Thursday; brisk southerly winds. Norfolk nnd Vlclultr* WEATHER FORECAST FOR TO? DAY. Warmer weather, with thunder storms; brisk south to southwest winds. TEMPERATURE. RAINFALL- AND| HUMIDITY. May 30, 1S99. Maximum temperature . S7 Minimum temperature . 07 Normal temperature . 71 Departure from normal .plus fi Departure since Janary 1st ..minus 90 Rainfall In past 21 hours .01 Rainfall since 1st or mouth .L60] Mean humidity . 81 CALENDAR. Sun rises at 4:40 a- in. and sets at 7:19 p. m. TIDES. Norfolk?High water, 1:46 a. m. and1 2:22 n. m. Low water. 8:04 a. in. und 8:39 i). m. Old...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 31 May 1899

VIRGINIAN - PILOT. ?BT THE? {VIRGINIAN AND PILOT PUBLISHING COMPANY. 10RF0LK VIRGINIA? UND DAILY PILOT. (Consolidated March. IMS.) Fntond at the Postomco at Norfolk, ,Va., as second-class matter. OFFICE: PILOT BUILDING. CITY 11 ALL AVENUE. norfolk. va. OFFICERS: A. H. Grandy. President; W. S. Wilk? inson. Treasurer; Juims IS. Allen, Sec? retary ? BOARD OF DIRECTORS: A. H. Grandy, L. D, Starke, .Jr.. T. W. helton, R. W. Bhultice. W. S. Wilkinson, auicd E, Allen, D. f, Donovan. tii nr.i. ?KJtro I'Klt <:?>?? r. subscription rates: The VIRGINIAN-PILOT 1? delivered to subscribers by carrier* In No/folk and v.cir.ltv Portsmouth, Berkley. Sunoik. West Norfolk, Newport News, for 10 Cent? per week payr.bio to tho carrier. Ity mall, to any place In Ui? United ttatcti, postage freo: J>Ait.T. y.'nr - fS.OO ?* Six ill oil lll? - - ? ,' it.UO tlirce moiitlta - - J.."?o '* OllO IllOllttl ? ?? ? ??")<> ADVERTISING It ATIC3: Advertise? ments lust rice, al the rale of 75 cents a Bqi.ar...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 31 May 1899

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES TWO, TIH^^lWEAND^C 4bssm; -seek I?ure Makes the food more delicious and wholesome ho??l tuvma PCwo*n eo., hew youk. THE IHUHMrS HOI STUDY BU (Continued from Fourth Page.) powers of provinces, except that they cannot raise money by loan. The Yukon district Is governed by a commission appointed by t'V> Dominion government and directly under its con? trol. The unorganized districts of Kee watln nnd Labrador are also under the immediate direction of the federal gov? ernment. University of Toronto. EXAMINATIONS AND CERTIFI? CATES. At the end of the term of seventeen weeks, a scries of questions on each course, prepared by Professor Seymour Eaton, will bo published in the Vir? ginian-Pilot, and blanks containing the questions will be furnished every sub Scrlbcr making application fo' ?ante. Two weeks will be allowed -after ihr courses close, for the receipt of exami? nation papers containing answers Th^so papers will bs referred to i; Hoard of Examiners, wh...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 31 May 1899

LATEST TELEGRAPH NEWS^ CONTINUED FROM~ FIRST ~PATrR JOE WHEELER ' IN BOSTON The Old Confederate Delivers Federal Memorial Addresses. GOVERNOR OF ALABAMA Ulf Hero or Mi I loli nnd Nntltlngo Wnmily Orrotcrl by Tbon?nnili of People nt "(ho Hub" ? 1'npen of Alabama Have Cntted In n 1'nll For Hlui to Become u Cnndldnlc For Governor. (By Telegraph to Virginian-Pilot.) Boston, May 30.?For the first time an rx-olhcer of tho Confederacy lo-day de? livered the Memorial Day address be? fore a New England Grand Army Post. General Joseph Wheeler, the cavalry leader who led the boys In gray at the fajpouj"charge at Shllch and nearly 37 y'farfl Icier beneath Uta Stars end Stripes, cheered on the volunteers at Santiago, was the orator and guest of honor at the Memorial Day services of Kinsley Post, 113, G. A. R. at the Bos? ton theatre. The Immense auditorium was filled to Its utmost capacity. The singing of the "Battle Hymn of the Republic" by Comrade Myron M. Whitney, and a chorus and the presen?...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 31 May 1899

THE) NEWS FROM THE~OL,D NORTH STATE AND ITS CAPITAL, OUR RALEIGH NEWSLETTER A Citizen From Kinston Shot From Ambush, THE ASSASSIN UNKNOWN A Colored Youth Accidentally Kill? muiNeir--Nort.il Carolina Cur Com pauyAdJiiiIged nR.tnkrupt-Aii Oi? trlcli l iirm Co lie Niurtcd nt An lie. Vllle? Sliito Hoard or Agriculture? Bicw Commissary General? Raleigh, N*. C, May 30.?A dispatch from Kinston says: Mr. J. H. Tweedy, a married white man, agod about twen? ty-five, ott returning from Kinston to tin- logging camps of the Gray Lumber Company, nbout twelve miles from Kinston, where lie was employed, was shot Saturday night, about 11 o'clock, from ambush by an unknown assassin, and died in about three hours. beTore a physician could bo obtnlntd, 1 It was shot witli buckshot from a gun. Before .Mr. Tweedy died he .stated that Yv'lndal Taylor killed him; that as the moon was shining bright he could tell tho man. The only motive that the act could be attributed to was that there seemed to have been...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 31 May 1899

NEWS FROM RICHMOND AND OTHER PARTS OF VIRGiNTX" OUR RICHMOND NEWS BUDGET ?? i Memorial Day Celebrated With Great Eclat. SENATORIAL CANDIDATE Reform neadqnnrters are Reeomlug n Fopnlar Reiorl-Tbor? wits Ro ? Candidate In Iba Field?Ballivny ' Bnrgeone?Richmond (o nave An? other Bank?Graduate* of Union fXneoIocIcal Bcmlnnry, VF: -? '"'"Ii (Special to Vlrglnlan-PIlot.) Richmond, Va-, May 30.?Memorial Day was observed In this city with treat eclat. Many of the business liouses. Including the postofflce and banks, were closed all day. State and municiDal offices were also closed throughout the day. Those business houses which were not closed from the early morning shut tip at 1 o'clock, and did not open again ns a rule, though eome reopened al 6 o'clock. The procession was long nnd Im? posing. The feature was the Richmond Blues, which made its appearance fo? the first time since its return from the war. The two -companies had the right of line, and the old uniforms, so famil? iar to Richm...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 31 May 1899

THE WORLD OF SPORT HOW THE CLUBS STAND. Won. Lost. PerCt. Brooklyn .27 11 .711 St. Louis .24 13 .G19 ] Boston .23 13 .639 i Chicago .r . -3 16 . 605 I Philadelphia .21 16 .6S3 Cincinnati . rj in .643 Baltimore .20 17 .641 New York. 15 21 .417 Pittsburg . 14 21 .400 Louisville . 12 26 .321 Washington . 12 26 .316 Clevelund . 8 23 .2431 THE "RED STOCKINGS'* WIN. Thorn was one of tho finest games of the season yesterday at League Park, between the Shamrocks (whites), ol Washington, D. C, and the Red Stock lngs (colored), of .Norfolk. McClennan, who pitched tor the Reds, was Invinci? ble, as the Shamrocks only got two hits off htm. The game was full of ginger and well contested by both teams. The same clubs play again to-? day. Tho following tells the score by Innings: R.H.K. I Shamrocks _0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0? 0 2 2i lied Stockings.0 0 0 2 1 0 1 n x? 7 10 1 Catteries: Shamrocks ?Thon? and Luskcy; Red Stockings?McClennan and McClem. Umpire?Boyd. Time? I 1 hour and 10 minutes. ST. LOUIS, 7?4...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 31 May 1899

PORTSMOUTH LOCAL NEWS AND ADVERTISEMENTS OF MORE THAN PASSING NOTE A Compilation of Miscellaneous News Matter in Condensed Form. FRESH CLEAN AND BRICHT A Dully nircclory of tho flnpponlnc* of f? Dny ?rlofiy Told, Tbonuh ism-li .Vono iho I.esa Intereallng nnd Imporlnut -Informnilon tor Those Who fii i'U to Jtiitiw xn?l Vii> ? it'ruiuiiil Whnl iiOulnsou AmuiiK Iho I'oople. r - Mr. Joseph M. Dunn, one of Ports nu'vitli's oldest citizens, who has been sick for some time, was reported yes? terday to have improved slightly. Mr. L. L: Martin, carpenter United States Navy, who has been home on a short furlough, will return to O veus boro, Ky., this morning. Dr. Hugh IT. Pnrrlsh is in Baltimore, where ho will remain Cor several weeks. Don't forget the ward m? clings to? night to elect Executive Commlttucmen for the Democratic party of the city of Portsmouth. Th'e Dark View Company sold "ft" .".11 their lots yesterday to wind up the affairs of the company. The lots sold very well. Miss Add...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 31 May 1899

PORTSMOUTH LOCAL NEWS AND ADVERTISEMENTS H IT ALONG! The ladies who have seen our superb line of Furniture* Desks, Couches, Parlor Suits, Golden Oak Bed Room Suits, Lace Curtains and Carpets, all come to one conclusion. W *jtf -:?' f Go-Carts, Stoves, Desks, Couches, Tables. m h m k Si "THIS IS THE ONLY PLACE' To buy such articles at economical prices. This same opinion holds good in relation to our tine line of f 1 I 1 i ? ? REFRIGERATORS AND BftBY CARRIAGES. # We have the best assortment in town and are proud to show them. ITS HIGH TiPflE To put in Screens and get your new Bicycle. You can buy both here to rood advantage. Sir 3>? *!.,? ?,v v *?? "e? -V? -4- *i?Vf ??" f V~?T 7?? ?t? *?>? V *?* St? W W ?i? ? H tu too ONE WEIEIK -of WEEK. If you do not take advantage of these prices it is not our fault. 200 pieces Mosquito Met, extra fine mesh, i worth 75c. piece, this week 45c. p.ceo. B.0?0 yards Cotton Grenadine, worth 12" . this week :.' feir. 'Sfioi yards pretty Lawns, chea...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 31 May 1899

Review of the Markets; Shipping News; and Real Estate Business. The Cotton Markets. LIVERPOOL COTTON MARKET. Liverpool, May 30-?4 p- m.?Cotton, spot good business done und prices llrmer; American middling, 3%d. The sales ot the day wcro 15,000 bules, of which 2,000 were for speculation and export, and included 13,900 American. Receipts, 11,000 bales, Including 7.E00 American. Futures opened steady, with a mode? rate demand, nnd closed steady at the advance. American Middling: May, 3 21-64 @*3 22-64d. buyers; May und June, 3 21-iM<V<3 -2-64d. buyers; June and July, 3 2l-64@3 22-64d. buyers; July and Au? gust. 3 22-64d. buyer; August and Sep? tember. 3 22-64d. buyer; September and October, 3 22-64d. buyer; October and November. 3 21-64d. buyer; November and December, 3 20-64@3 21-64d. buyers; December and January, 3 20-6411} 3 21-G4d. buyers; Januury and Feb? ruary, 3 21-64?1. seller; February and March, 3 21-645/3 22-64d. sellers; March and April, 3 22-61(1. buyer. NEW ORLEANS ...

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

VOL.. III-?NO. 5.'>, NOB FOLK, VA? Til LT 118 DAY, ?I D N E 1 t Tri r 1 BD10CR?T1C PARTY f I In Victory or Defeat. | THREE CENTS PBlt COPY. LATEST NEWS OF THE WORLD BY TELEGRAPH AND CAm.K,CONTINUED ON ~- ' _-?-_' ' J PAGE 6 Ex-Governor Altgeld Speaks in Louisville, for bryan in 1900 Tliinl Alumni Mooting <>r niiio Valley Iionitn? ui ItNBIetalllnil'liibtt- Judge I'urviu Declare* For Dry mi ns De* ?Hueruey'M I.ruder In too i Ttio i:x Uavrrunr fit Illinois Hernie Name IIenvy lilow?. (By Telegraph to VIrglnlan-Pllot.) Louisville. Kjr., May 31.-The Ohio Valley League of Bimetallic Clubs, com brislng the Staus Of Ohio, Indiana, lilfhi is and Kentucky, Is holding Its third annual convention In Ibis city. McCauley's Theatre, tbo scene of the gathering;, was profusely decorated when the convention was cnlled to j order at *J:30 this afternoon. When President Tarvln, of the Bimetallic League, delivered his annual address li rhaps n thousand people were Irt the theatre. Mayor Weaver, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 1 June 1899

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES TWO, THREE AND FIVE. LOST. ?w- OST OB STOLEN?A CRESCENT Xj Bicycle. No. 3H0.ll. ?10.00 reward U returned to police station. my2S-lw >AJ ANTED. WANTED. ? WORK OF ANT KIND eo I can make a living; can furnish pood reference. Address WORKER, care this of lice._H* ANTED. AT ONCE. ? a LADY TO teach smell children English and muslo In private family: stale salary. Ad? dress SEASIDE-, caro Virginian-Pilot. my30-eod-8t*_ ANTED.?TWO OR THREE ROOMS for gentlemun awl wlfo: unfur? nished: In nice locality. References given und expected. Address? R. R. L.. this oT llce. my30-3t? W"anted*, "?by" an" EXPERIENCED young lady, position as bookkeeper, cashier or stenographer: moucrWe salary. Address Q. R. S., this Office, my30-3C WANTED.?POSITION BY YOUNG niiui, finde. In. wholesalo or retail Jiouso or on tho road. Have had several years' experience In business circle. Can furnish bond In any amount. Reference best. Address, "ENERGY," tlila office. my30-3t ANTED.?BY "V O...

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

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES TWO THREE AND FIVE. Washington, May 31, 1S99. ?Forecast for Thursday: Virginia?Unsettled, hut generally fair weather Thursday and probably Friday; brisk southwesterly winds. North Carolina?Fair Thursday, pre? ceded by showers on the coast; Friday fair; fresh southerly winds. Norfolk iiiiO VIcltlllT WEATHEIt FORECAST FOR TO? DAY. Showers, followed by clearing and cooler weather; brisk southerly winds with squalls. TEMPERATURE. RAINFALL AND HUMIDITY. May 31, 1899. minimum temperature. OS Minimum temperature. 08 Normal temperature. 70 Departure from n irinal.pins '.< Departure from normal since, Jnnu ary 1st.minus ST Rainfall In past - I h ira . T Rainfall sine,, ftrst of month.1.69 Mean humidity . TO CALENDAR. Sun rises at 4:40 a. hi. and sets at 7:20 p. m. TIDES. Norfolk?High water at 2:50 a. m. and 8,: 20 p. m.: low water at l?:"l a. m. and 9: ).". p. m. Ohl Point?Hlgl) water at 2:29 a. m. and :!:0ri p. m.; low'water tit S:40 a. m. and 9:24 p. m. _ Dl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 1 June 1899

VIRGINIAN-PILOT. ?BT THS (VIRGINIAN AND PILOT PUB LI 31 II NO COMPANY. fcORFOLK VIRGINIAN UND DAILY PILOT. (Consolidated March. IMS.) Entered at tho rostofflce at Norfolk, ,Va., as second-class matter. (DFFICEi PILOT BUILU1NO. c1tx HALL. AVENUE, norfolk. va. OFFICERS: A. H. Grandy. President; W. S. Wilk? inson, Treasurer; James E. Alton. Sec? retary, BOARD OF DIRECTORS: A. H. Grandy, L. D. Starke Jr.. T. W. Shell., n. R. W. SllUltlCC. W. S. Wilkinson, James E. Allen. L). F, Donovan. TIKRKG UF.S r? 1'Iilt COI'Y. subscription rates: The VIRGINIAN-PILOT Is delivered to subscribers by carriers in No/folk Slid vicinity. Portsmouth. Berkley, buff oik. West Norfolk, Newport News, for ? ? cents per week payable to thu carrier. By mail, la any place bv the Lnlted Etatct, poslagv freo: DAILY, oiio yenr - 85.oo ?? ?ix uiuiiili? ... 3.00 lUre? ino ii t hi - - J.?o " one inoiilli - - - .."iO ADVRRT18INO RATHS: Adorltst ?KCnli lrsirtcu at the rave of Ii cents a Square, ibat insertion: each subseq...

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