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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 18 June 1899

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES TWO, THREE AND FIVE WEATHER R T.P-0RT.-^, W BATII ER FORECAST. Washington, June 17.? F< rechst for Sunday: For Virginia: Threatening and warm oil Sunday; probably light showers | Mop.lay; variable winds. Fur North Carolina: Showers nnd warmer Sunday; threatening Monday with showers in southeast portions; brisk northerly winds. Knrliilh nml VIclnHv. WEATHER FORECAST FOR TO-DAY. Threatening weather and cool; varia? ble winds, TEMPERATURE, RA INFALL? AND HUMIDITY. Maximum temperature. 74 Minimum temperatpre. (>l Normal temperature. Departure from normal.minus Departure from normal since Jan? uary 1st.minus Rainfall In pas: 21 hours. 01 Rainfall since 1st of month.5.Its ! Mean humidity. 01 CALENDAR. Sun rises 4:44 a. in.; sets 7:27 p. m. TIDES. Norfolk: High water 4:<U a, mi. 4:M P. in.; low water 10:13 a. m., 11:10 p. m. Old Point: High water 3:40 a. m.. 4:30 p. in.; low water 9:53 a. m.. 10:10 1'. in. IHK BARNEY.?In Frodorlcksburg Va.. oh lb.- 16t...

Publication Title: Virginian-Pilot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 18 June 1899

VIRGINIAN-PILOT. ?BY THE? .VIRGINIAN AND PILOT PUBLISHING COMPANY. lOKrOLK VIRGIKMi A!tD DAILY PILOT. (.Consolidated Mnrch. 1S9S.) Enteita at tho Po.ii.ofHce at Norrolk, Va., as second-class matter. UPF1CK: PILOT BUILDING. CITY IIALL AVENUE. norfolk. va._ OFFICERS: A. H. Grandy. President; W. S. Wilk? inson, Treasurer: James E. Allen. Sec? retary, BOARD OF DIRECTORS: A. H. Grandy. L. I>. Starke Jr.. T W. Slielton, it W. Shultlce. W. 3. Wilkinson, Jumo i:. Allen, i>. P. Donovan. TiiitKi; ?i:* r.h i'isit copt. subscription rates: The VUtG INI A N-P1LOT la dMlverefl to subscribers by carriers! in No/folk*''?' ; vicinity, Portsmouth. Berkley. Su-toik. West Not folk. Nvwpori N. ws, tor I? C-Mt* tier week piyubie to ib u currier. By mall. any placo t:? tt<? Limed : fciutte. (uslnj-,*- tree: UA1I.V, one y.i.r - 65.00 i ?? ?ix in im i iia ? a. oo ?? llirro moiitlis - - . Lao ** ?II?. iiioiiIIi ?? ? ?3tl ADVERTISING RATES: AUverllse nients li'strtca nl the rale of Vb cents a ?Square...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 18 June 1899

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES TW?/T.HREE. FIVE Makes the f ocd more delirious and wholesome COURT DECISIONS. Kotes of Cases Recently Decided, Which are of Interest to x- Our People. DIGESTED BY B- MARTIN. (Exclusively for Virginian-Pilot.) MERRIMON V. LT MAN. Supreme Court of North Carolina, April ll. lV.t'J. WHERE OWNER REDEEMS LAND SOLD FOR TAXES BHi'OUE THE COUNTY COMMISSIONERS DI? RECT A DEED TO BE MADE TO PURCHASER, THE DEED lN" EFFE< ? i I'AL. E VIDENCE TH A T TAX-COLLECTOR RECEIVED THE REDEMPTION MONEY IS SUFFICIENT TO T1FY SUBMISSION OF HIS AU? THORITY l"'> THE JURY. The court says: Thla a.?. lou waa brought for tlie re covery of the possession ol certain real calato situate.I in tlie city of Aahevllh . N. C; tho nnht of the plaintiffs to re uover being resisted by the defendants, who claim the property under a cer? tain deed executed by J. H. Weaver, once a tax-collector ot Buncombe comi? ty.- tie d-ed bearing ilaie iho. lTtli ul April, IM'">. It appeared in the eas...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 18 June 1899

LATEST TELEGRAPH NEWS, CONTINUED FROM"i^T^AGE7 THE WORLD OF SPORT STUNTING OP THE CLUBS. Won. Lost. Per ? t. Brooklyn.? J; -Jg Boston.?* W Baltimore.80 20 .600 Philadelphia.?*> 20 -y? ! St. LOUIS.30 21 .|*S| Chicago.30 Zl .1 Cincinnati.? |? i Plttsburg.? 27 .?? New York.22 2? ?1 Washington.11 ?;; Louisville.16 36 .291 Cleveland.. .9 oJ 'lw PITTSBURO, CLEVELAND. 2. At Plttsburg Score by innings? _ - Plttsburg .. ..(> 1 0 0 0 0 0 l 1? 3 10 2 Cleveland .. . .0 l o o o n o o l?2 5 l Batteries?Sparks and Bowerman; Hughey and Schrecklhgost. Umpire? Gaffney. Time?1:65. ?4 BOSTON, 4: PHILADELPHIA, 6. At Boston? Score bv innings? It.U.E. Boston .I 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 1? 4 7 2 Philadelphia ..2 00002020?6 8 \ Batteries?Lewis and Beuten; Orth and Douglass. Umpires?Lynch and Connolly. Time?1:47. CHICAGO. 12; CINCINNATI. L At Chicago Score by innings: R.H.K Chicago .0 0 2 1 0 1 3 2 x?12 17 2 Cincinnati .. .0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1? 1 6 7 Batteries?Griffith and Doriohue; Dammann, Ph ilips and Vaughn. Um?...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 18 June 1899

NAVAL CHANGES. CONSTltlTTOR CAPPS REMEVF.D AND ORDERED HOME. (By Telegraph to Virginian-Pilot.) Washington, V). C, June 17.?Several Important changes on the Asiatic sta? tion are reported at the Navy Depart? ment tu-vluy. Commodore E. H. C. Leutze lias been detached from com uiand of the Monterey and ordered to Command the Monudnock to succeed Captain Nichols, deceased. Captain J. M. McGowan has t> en detached from the Newport training station ami or? dered to the command of the Monte- I rey. Naval Constructor Capps, who has been stationed at Manila and Hong Kong for nearly tt year past, and to whose efforts was due the salvage of the sunken Spanish war boats Isla de Luzon and isla de Cuba, has been re? lieved and ordered to return to the United States. Constructor Hobson, who has been assisting Constructor Capps in the re? construction of these vessels, will re? main at Hong Kong In charge of this work. l>onth of Cn|?t, lliirur.v. (By Telegraph to Vlrglnlan-Pllot.) Richmond, ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 18 June 1899

NEWS FROM RICHMOND ?ND OTHER "P?RTS~OT~VlRCTSiI?r RICHMOND NEWS BUDGET Decisions Handed Down by the Su? preme Court. THREE NORFOLK CASES Decision or Hin I.hit mid Chancery Court of Norfolk Afilrnn-cl In ilie Oliver I ii? w run ci' C'ltsO - Jlldge Har lln Kevorseil in ?'a<to of the Amort (au .%ci mid in loo e i). vs. Mayo, but llicro I? 1? DlKscutlUE opinion. (Special to Virginian-Pilot. Kichmond, Va., June 17.?Tlie Su premc Court of Appeals, which con? vened at Wythcvllle on the Cih in Btant, is evidently doing a great deal of work, twelve opinions, some of them finite lengthy, being handed down last Thursday. The eases are quite varied In charac? ter and some of them are about as In? teresting to the layman as to tiie law? yers, it is somewhat remarkable that one-halt of the opinions refer to coses In Norfolk and Portsmouth. One of the most interesting cases de? cided is that of Oliver vs. Mutual Life Insurance Company ?f New York, from the Law and Chancery Court of Nor? folk. T...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 18 June 1899

THE NEWS FROM THE OLD NORTH STATE AND ITS CAPITAL. OUR RALE! WS LETTER The Commission Prefers Charges Against Seaboard Management. ACLE COUNSEL. EMPLOYED invitation to rirciiKMi** Tonrunmeui ? Vu lit try l)0|inrlnioiil nt Mat c rut r ?Sill IS t'at Illume- Two Wo nun Drowned nt Slaralinl ?DlNprnsar)' Willi nl <ir?>fiiNl?oro?I'nrinili of J II. Mills?I.iile*! ilo;; Morj. Raleigh, N. C, Juno 17.?The Corpor atlon Commission has decided to fight the recent Simonton injunction against enforcement <'i the new fertilizer rate on tii- Carolina Central railroad. To this cm! the commission has retained Shepherd and Busbee, of this city, as' attorneys. The Agricultural Department, repre? senting tin Interest of the fanners of the State, will also take it hand In the mutter, it has employed Battle ami Mordccal, ami Simmons, Pou it War.I. us attorneys to assist the commission in Ii thtlng the Cose in the courts. The commission has been In session this week, collecting data concerning the ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 18 June 1899

RORTSMOUTH LOCAL NEWS AND ADVERTISEMENTS OF MORE THAN PASSING NOTE A.Compilation of Miscellaneous; News Matter in Condensed Form. | FRESH CLEAN AND BRICHT j A Dally IM rectory of Ilic Ilnppenliic? of i% Day nrccliy Told, lliowgli j "Niunll K?n? ?lie I.o*? liitrrcatlUK | ZpuA Iin|?orlau?,-lnr<?nilnlloti lor 'l iioir U'lio NrOk lo Himw mill Da* flcrslnoil Wim? in Ooliig nn Among tlio People. Mrs. W. I?. Sutton, of Kempsville, Is visiting her sister. Mrs. J. W. Cook, In j Park View. J-Vis- Minnie "Walton, w ife of Rev. i HfTrry L. Walton, of Nashville, Tenn., arrived here yesterday With her little son, Harry, on a visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. a. C. Friedlin, Hatton street, Park View. A large excursion party from Roan oke Rapids, X. C, arrived here yester? day on a special train over the S. a. l. Captain Thomas A. Slelgel, formerly ' of this county, but for the past twen? ty-three years a resident of Chicago, . lias been In this section visiting for thp past ten days. He says t...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 18 June 1899

PORTSMOUTH BBMBRTISe ME N TS.-coNTiNueb. It pays us to deal Squarely and Represent cur Clothing Exactly as It is. it will Jlnrjer KSadison Hotel. Muts BaBFiiz-Siipoas, BUT WE CAN FIT ANY REFRIGER? ATOR IN PORTSMOUTH ANI> KILL IT WITH PURE ICE. WE ARE ICEEPING RUST, BUT CAN ATTEND TO A LOT MORE CUSTO? MERS V KT. MAY WE SUPPLY YOU? Portsiiioiiifi Goal m !g3 Co., J. s. MILLER, Manager. BOTH TELEPHONES. BEST W. Queen St. ] roinpt delivery. S. S. "phone 1510. Boll 'phono 23C0. Have You -Ever Irlcd ?ny of our flu?' Southampton Mams, if not. >'< i one, only iBc, per ?>. Every oiie guaranteed, uur hoel chipper Is in line snap. and can furnish you with the. ' very tlnest Chipped Rief nt any lime. CKnsrer Ale, Ic i>?-r hottl.-, or 4 for 25c. | 3 rakes To ld Soap for Sc Verm ill Creamery Uutter. ->.-iine as anything made. Our Sunbeam Elour Is line as you can get. Try otir "Sunbeam" Mocha nnd .lava Coffee if y.at want a lino Uiink; 35c., Or 3 lbs. for 81.00. C. W. HUDGINS CO. ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 18 June 1899

WORLD. Every wheelman becomes an active] agentin the go?d-roads agitation when he betontes a member pi the U A. w. j Cyclists desiring to Join the . League of American Wheelmen should make application to 'Abbott Bassett, secre? tary, Boston, Mass. This Is the beginning ot the season when wheelmen who are members or the Lea'gUi ot American wheelmen appreciate the value of their member? ship cards. Travis Shaw, Taylor, Tex.; u. >? Llvsey, Omaha, Neh.s E. 13. Simpson Washington, D. C have been .i;>.: >??? . od official ha'ndleoj>pers by the L. A. w. .! A Local Consulate of the League of American Wheelmen, organised in Springport. Mich.', started with til mem? bers, which Is nine per cent, of the en? tire population of the town. It Is al? ready making the authorities awaken to the necessity for town improvement. Chairman Otto Dprner, ,,f the High? way Improvement pommlttce, L. A. W., is one of the most untiring work? ers In the good-roads movement and his work during the pas...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 18 June 1899

THE LION AND THE BOER. THAT tiio Boer Bhoutd hate tlio Brit- ? Ishor and the Britisher abominate the Boer is one ot the most natural things in Ufa. The one stands for cease? less activity, the other Cor improgress Ive content. That old hatred for the Anglo-Saxon Is once more assuming an ominous activity, and just what will be the outcome of the Inevitable clash Is a | question that is at present interesting the world In general and Messrs. Uhodes and Chamberlain in particular. As early as 17!T>. when the Dutch col? onists ot youth Africa were attempting sands of them crossed the Vaal river and established themselves in the coun? try which is now known as the Trans? vaal. When the English later annexed Natal, other Buers followed In their fel? low countrymen's footsteps. It was In is.'.J that the Independence of the new colony was acknowledged i>y the British government. But the Boers soon found themselves in serious trouble with the natives. There was danger of a Zulu in? vasi...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 18 June 1899

A WEEK IH SOCIETY Several Delightful Social Affairs at ttie Country Club, i:ol?Tinl""??"iii?i ??? Virulnl? Beuel?? An : TttitliiK ,,?? ?onilcell?-A lua- Pnriy-A Tour <>t l.iuopr < ommcuo'iiieiil i xitoUcs, ?_ / There is an Indomitable energy In the social world of Norfolk, which neither heal can wilt, nor humidity harm. In these scorching days, with the ther? mometer in the nineties, many have left, seme have gone to seek a seclud? ed mountain where only the echoes of the crowing matutinal cock breaks the stillness of the air, while other rush to the sea-shore, to brown beneath the summer sun. Still there remains an? other set-the stay-at-homes. They make a gay and festive season. The days they spend on picnics, excursions, fishing expedition and so forth, their evenings bicycle riding, at lawn par-' ties, at the Country Club and at the Seaside resorts. All the societies, be? nevolent organizations and clubs have taken a new lease on life. Excursion tickets, tickets to ever...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 18 June 1899

watt. rettew & clay. watt. rettew & clay. Store Closes Pr mptly at 6 P. H.; Saturdays, 10. This Great Manufacturer's Sale of -Grade fluslin Underwear is distinctively the leading sale in Norfolk I The winds of competition only make our trade soir the higher. In telling of how we came to get this unmatchable stock we .-i_a. _ in_ i.l..i.u_ j ._ c_i.u:_ _?,\i.. ...,r .? ? c .?;? .1 .1.. ._.1.1 .n,f..u irive you a statemen of facts?not a ghost story. We have not hatched up a name for this occasion?" Manuf cturers' Sale'' clearly, tersely and truthfully expresses I he culmi? nation of a tremendous deal that we made direct with a leading Pennsylvania manufacturer. He was in absolute want of money. He got our ca>h. We got his products. At a mere iota of its true worth he turned over to us his entire made-up stock, and in consequence, we can truthfully assert: That we are the pace-makers in Muslin Underwear selling. That we are eclipsing every earlier effort. That certain elegan...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 18 June 1899

CELLENCE BARGAINS OF S For All who sesk the Very Best Values at the Very Lowest Cost. Another week of Summer Bargains, unequalled in this section of the Union?i Price Remnant Sale, Wonderful 12ic. White Unlaundered Shirt Sale, Summer Underwear and Hosiery, Silks at 10c, a yard, Black Crepon, Organdies, Lawns, Shirt Waists and [Jndermusiins Come prepared tor Bargains, we won't disappoint you. This ad. contains only a portion of the values that are ready for your buying. Our usual guarantee, of course with this sale: Money cheerfully refundded, or goods cheerfully exchanged, on any unsatisfactory purchase! 4 SILK SPECIALS ALL DAY MONDAY. JOc. a yd. Special No. I.?300 yds. Twill Glace Satin; actual value 33*0. a / a yd. Special No. 2.?10 pcs. Heavy tOC. Cime Taffeta; tills can't ln> matched under S5c. a yd. Special N'o.3 ?10 pcs. Black Taffeta ?rochc; this has been sell? ing at 60c. a yd. Special No. 1? 20 pcs Heavy Armuro and Satin Ground Bro? cades: tins.- have been selllu:; und a...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 18 June 1899

ATIN-RAVE Remember the name of this mysteriously mercerized material, you lovers of Summer fabrics, and you are legion. Is it silk? Well, it's hard to tell; even alter a most rigid examination?an unraveling of the threads, yourd positively say it's silk! Hall inch rich gleaming stripes spaced two inches apart running under the richest designs from the floral kingdom you ever saw* Perfectly beautiful lor a handscme evening dress* The price "was" 89c, but now werve slashed it to 42c. per yard. Less than half price. Ask to see it. Keep on reading. Hints of the White Goods. Undeniable truths I t Birds will hover around a spring 'neath the shadowy trees. So do cus? tomers like to linger around this White Goods section under the root of this new store. They are pleased togiasp the values as we oiler them. Soniewhal ol a magnet in the new store?lhis While Goods department. These taken fiom it: V iv Duo. soft nn<l Sheer Thread Cambrc, ;:??< i . f i UO per yard. Kor line handkorl h Lin...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 18 June 1899

Review of the Markets; Shipping News; and Real Estate Business. REYIEWOFMARKETS FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL Stock,Money,Exclian'? Bonds, Grain, Cotion, Provisions. Etc. New York. Juno 17.?The board room Ot the Stock Exchange was almost de? serted to-day and Iherc seemed to be an absolute lack uf buyinc demand, bo| that even Insignificant offerings car? ried the level of prices downwards. The tew professional traders present were disposed to sell stocks in antici? pation of the unfavorable bank stai. inent. and on the general principle that Trices will yield In a dull market. An Idea of the narrowness of the market Is given by the fuel that during the first hour there were just two transac? tions recorded in St. Paul, which was the more notable because of Its good statement of gross earnings for the second week in June. The buying Ol the Flower group, which has been p< r BlStCd in for the last few days in face of the dullness in the rest of the mark? et was abandoned, and these stock...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 20 June 1899

LATEST NEWS OF THE WORLD BY TELEGRAPH AND CABLE Filipinos Kill Five and Wound Twenty-five. SOME SHARP FIGHTING a Unit tlioii ?I Fourlli liilnnirj a> iiK lioil Hi lieur Uy Apparently i rli uilly Nill ITC i lllwllios ?.cn?r ii w lii'ulou 11 hm n ?"i?rr?%? Ksenp?* Grnrrul 41rnul Arrives ?i MwuHn ?\ Uli Uelitrurcemmls. (By Telegraph to yirRlnlan-PlIot.) Manilla, .Mine 10.?8520 p. in.-A bat? talion <>f the Fourth Infantry, which left linus, where General W hod ton Is In command, this morning, 10 reconnoi? tre towards Peres Has Marinas, where it' was believed most of the rebels who esc ped from Paranaque and llncoor had lied, was attacked in the rear by apparently friendly natives, This br.oti; ?:; on a shnrp engagement, lust? ing several hours, resulting in five Americans being killed ami about twen? ty-live being ?.viiutnlr-ttr- The loss pi ? iI:, was veiy h vy. . AMMUNITION I3X.UA.?STKD. Tli. bn.iititon soon oxhtittated Its dm munltloik and at 2:30 tins afternoon Ociiorul Whea...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 20 June 1899

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES TWO, THREE, FIVE AND SIX. LO'5Tu_ IOotT? 11 ET VV BEN MONTICKbW j Hot<-: and Church street, one Dress Suit t containing gantlemah'a clothes, marked 2301. A reward will be paid to anyone returning >arac to Virginian-Pilot OfllCe ami no opi StlOtlS HSked. H* F rouro._. \\ i>. ?_?> i.i'.cs, pine, AT .vhi:tii .min i's Creek. Address JOHN IV. est. Suwell's Point. Jelii-lv. WANT SO. \\r ANTED! A COLORED MAN AS VV Cook, ill) Main street, Norfolk, Va n? ANTED, IMMEDIATELY. ? A RE liable young man. who can write a good hand and make liims :t generally useful in office; bring reference, TROY LAUNDRY 2&7 Chinch street, H. dorlT. Phones 657. j??::)? t WANTED. ?A BRIGHT, 1' ACTIVE young man to lake position , stenographer; uu.si also have - n knowledge of book I.p ng and or luinb business; position In the. city. A. it. '/.. Ji'10-Sl? Vl ANTED.? FIRST-class. UP-TO-J ?? date foreman for saw in'.lli go . i pav for right than. Apply to DUKE & HM1T1I, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 20 June 1899

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES TWO, 1 IiREE. FI\rE AND SIX M '?'FTATMF.R ^^n>R_T.__ Washington, June 19.?Weather fore? cast f.>r Tuesday:' Virginia?Pair CueAday and Wednes ' i>. ci ntlnued high temperature; light: southerly winds. Notiit Carolina?Fair Tuesday andl Wednesday; variable ?v.nds. Nnrl?ll< ii? > ? ????i'ltv WEATHER FORECAST FOR. TO-DAY. Fair and warmer; iigui west winds. TEMPERATURE. RAINFALL- AND HUMIDITY. June 19, 1899. Maximum tempi rature . 84 Minimum temperature . f Normal temperature . 76 Departure fr im normal .minus :i Departure since Jan. 1st.minus l! Rainfall in past 24 hours ." Rainfall since L3t "f month.5.8S Moan humidity . >r''.' CA LEN DA R. Sun'rises, 4:45 a. ui.; sets, 7::'S p. tu. TIDES. Norfolk?High water, -V-Vi a.m. ami 6:33 i?. in.; low water, 0:04 a. in. ami 1-:"-' p. in. OKI Point?High water, 5:11 a. m. and . 6:12 p. m.; low water, 11:43 a. in. and 11:11 p. in. Ill ?.!>. SYKES. ? GEORGE F. SYKES, ..?? 02 years. ?Heil at it's resil...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 20 June 1899

VIRGINIAN-PILOT. ?BY THE? VIRGINIAN AND PILOT PUBLISHING COMPANY. 10IJ0LK VIR6IRIM ARD DAILY PIIOI. (Consolidated March. 1s98.) Bnteitd at the I'ostofhce at Norfolk, Vft., iia second-class matter. OFFICE: PILOT 1uildino. CITY HALL, AVENUE. NORFOLK, VA. OFr-iCiirtii: A. H. Grandy, President; W, s. Wilk? inson, Treasurer! James K. Allen. Sec? retary. BOARD OF DIRECTORS: A. H. Urandy, L D. Starke Jr.. T W. Shelton. It \s. Sliulllce, VV. a. Wilkinson, Janice E. Allen, D. Donovan. I ii tit:., i ? > i ?? l?lilt COPT. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: TIio VIRGINIAN-PILOT '.3 ?ellvero? to subscribers by carriers in No.folk and v.cir.itv i'crimnoiili. Berkley. Suffolk. West Norfolk. Newport News, for lu cents jier wouk payable to iho carrier. l}y mull, io any place lu the United fc'tuttp. postage free': DAILY, our yritr - / - - *.vm? " als uiuiitlle ... a.UO " Hirer moullie - - I..*0 " OIK' IIIOIllll - ?? - ??">" ADVERTISING RATES: Advertise? ments instrieu at Hip rum ot 7-? cents a Square, i. . i ...

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