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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 23 June 1899

THE NEWS FROM VIRGINIA CONTINUED FROM PAGE H?HT LEXINGTON Important Order issued by General Ship p. ci'.i <>r Priimiilloita nml Appulnt ini'In Wlileli ilio Knmn nf Yon us Jim l'r m Kvrlolli und ForUIUOUttl .%liponr. (Special to Virglnlan-rilnt.i Lexington. Vn., June 22.?The follow ing order was published to-day at the Virginia Military Institute: Headquarters Virginia Military Institute. June 22, 1899. General Orders, No. 17. Upon the recommendation of the act? ing commandant of cadets, the follow? ing promotions and appointments are made in the battalion of cadets, and they will be obeyed and respected ac? cordingly: To be Captains?First. C. Iticc, Hon akor, Va.; second, K.Biscoe. Washing? ton, D. C; third. C. H. Mlnge, New Or? leans. La.; fourth, W. B. Montgomery, Lynchburg, Va. To be Lieutenant and Adjutant?J. YV. Hyatt, Joncsvllle, Va. To be Lieutenant and Quartermaster ?D. M. Barnard, Petersburg, Va. To be Lieutenants?First, A. J. Pls slnl, Richmond. Va.: second, It. A. I...

Publication Title: Virginian-Pilot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 23 June 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 Pally IMrcotory of t>? ?? Happenings Of n I?i>y Brtolly Told, Iliuncll Sim ill .None* Iii? l.CMfl Inf?* r?-s i lug and IniporInut - I'nfwrmiMIOM l or '4 Inno ?Vlio Sick i? Know it ml ITn*> ttcralnud What n <).? on Aiuouis tlio People. The two negroes, Sain DlCKtnson and John Hammond, arrested on suspi Ion of the murder of Mary Jones, are now held on suspicion of having held Atner lcus Sparrow up on the Cottage Toll Bridge road last SatUt'duy, am: after assaulting; him with a club, robbed bim. A suit was concluded in the County Court yesterday between the Ocean View Railroad Company arid l,. ('. Shipp, to recover possession of a house and lot at Ocean View. The railroad company claimed that certain parties had trespassed on their land, tin i while the defense admitted that fact, they claimed that they had been in p - ...

Publication Title: Virginian-Pilot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 23 June 1899

PORTSMOUTH LOCAL. NEWS AND ADVERTISEMENTS. Such a marvelous selling of High Grade Merchandise never before known in this vicinity. Prices cut regardless of cost. The items below will interest you. We will be glad to have you call whether you wish to purchase or not. Bargains in Men's Clothing. Double-breasted Blue. Ser^o Coats Worth $0.00, $2.9S. Men's I/ncn Crash Suits, all sizes, worth $4.50. $1.30. The Ftandnrd Blue Sert-e, wortli $13.50, to go at $7.feS. Any of $G, $7 and $s Men's Suits, to ru at J4.W. ? Anv of our ?12, $13.:,0 and $15.00 M< Bulls". $9.98. Men's Pants. In tho latest plaid effects, worth i:.:J> and 5::.:.J. $UB, Men's Pants, In all ivitle WCI-th $1. M.50 and $5, $2.98. all wool. Men's Mohair Finish Ofllcc Coals, worin Oc.. 22c. Boys' Long Pant ' Suits, worth $4.:0 and 6.i0. your piek, 83.98. Bovs' Long Pants Suits, sizes IS to P.'. wortli $5 and $6, to ro a I ?3.98. Beys' Lone; Pants Suits, worth IS to 812.50. your pick 5 .. is. Bargains in the Giiildren's ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 23 June 1899

Review of tue Markets; Shipping News; and Real Estate Business. REVIEW OF MARKETS FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL Stocks, Money, Exchange Bonds, Grain, Cotion, Provisions, Etc. New York, June 22?The bears so? on, d the upper hand in the trading to Uiiy and accomplished n downward range of prices, which save the ap? pearance of extreme weakness to the market at one lime during the day. Hut what, with the Initial rise in prices and the rally on covering aller the drop, net changes are small in' the majority of cases and there Is a fair sprinkling of gains all through the list. The market opened with an upward movement und with more show of ani? mation in the buying than has been the case for some time past. The for? eign stock markets reflected a much more cheerful frame of mind over the political outlook In France, nnd there was a. cessation of the selling pressure from that source, which bus been a feature on several dqi'S this week. The railroad stocks, especially the Grangers, moved upwa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 24 June 1899

LATEST NEWS OF THE WORLD BY TELEGRAPH AND CABLE{tonm?" ?m ALGER SPRINGS A SURPRISE He is in the Michigan Senatorial Fight. C1VES OUT A PLATFORM IIa? Inscribed "Auii'Trnm" mill "Elocllou or i ntii'ii Nmioa Kenn? tort by Kirret Vole ?r clu> People on lim I'liutorm"?Ho win Hnvi Ihn Support {of Uovcruor lMiigroo In Uli t'lgbt. (By Telegraph to Virginian-Pilot.) Chicago, 111-, June 2:>.?General U. A. Alger, Secretary o? War, announced here to-day that he is in the Michigan Senatorial light with "nntl-trust" ami "election of Senators by direct vote of the people" on his banners. The General is at present at the hom. of his daughter, .Mrs. Charles Pike, nftei his trip in Northern Michigan, Wise n sln and Minnesota, lie gave hiu piut form on the heels of its announcement by Governor Plngrcc, "who," com? mented the Secretary of War, "always gets In ahead." "it is perhaps it little early to say that trusts ami trust legislation are to bo great factors In coming elections," said General ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 24 June 1899

THE) NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES TWO, THREE AND FIVE. LOST. I OST?BKKKIJiY TAX-HOOK FOH Jj on one of the summer cars of the Norfolk Street Railway. A reward offered. YV. S RUDD, jc22-3t Sergeant Town of Berkley. WANTED. ~~ \\J ANTED?TWO WHITE GIRLS OR \? Women can secure; v.ood homes In country ahout 12 miles from Norfolk, in two families close tog-ether. Address this morning, "HOMES." caro Vlrginlan-Pllot. lt?_ ANTED ? AN EXPERIENCED Cook to stav nights: good salary to right parly. BENJ. LOW EN BERG, Warren Crescent, Ghent. Je21-3t AN T E D~FURN"iSHED ROOM, with piano for teaching music. Ad? dress. "A. B.," this oflice. U* WANTED?TWO BOYS FOR NEWS Ag< nts on train: call 375 Ma n etrcct, from 10 to l o'clock. . It* ANTED ? SALESMEN WITH OR without experience, full or part tlmo: salary and expenses or commission. NORTH JERSEY NURSERIES, Spring? field. N. J. It' ANTED. ? POSITION WITH X \ lumber firm as foreman of mill or logging department, or will contract for logging. Address W. g....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 24 June 1899

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES TWOt_THREE AND FIVE WEATHER FORECAST. Washington, June 23, 1899. Forecast for Saturday: For Virginia.: Increasing cloudiness Saturday; threatening Sunday; light southeasterly winds, becoming variable. For North Carolina: Partly cloudy Saturday and Sunday; light easterly winds. Norfolk nii'i Vlcloltv WEATHER FORECAST FOR TO-DAY. Fair, with stationary temperature; variable winds. TEMPERATURE, RAINFALL AND HUMIDITY. Maximum temperature . 84 Minimum temperature . 63 Normal temperature. 78 Departure from normal .. minus -1 Departure from normal since Jan? uary 1st .minus 19 Rainfall in past 21 hours. 0| Rainfall since 1st of mouth.5.38 Mean humidity . 80 CALENDAR. Sun rises 4:40 a. m., sets 7:29 p. m TIDES. Norf.dk: High water 9:24 a. in., 9:51 p. m.; low water ?:2S a. m., 3:28 p. in. Old Point: High water 9:13 a. in., 9:80 p. in; low water 3:07 a. m., 3:07 p. m. IUI KU. LAY IX) R.?At his residence. No. 23 Shields street, Friday, June 23d, at 8:50 p. in.. GEO...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 24 June 1899

VIRGINIAN - PILOT. tVIRQINIAN AND PILOT PUBLISHING COMPANY. I.?RFOLK VIRGIKI?? AM DAILY PILOT. (Consolidated 2*.trch. JWS.) Entered ot Iii? Poit.ofJlea at Norfolk, ,Va., ?a second-class ti? i?<.t<i. OFFICE: PILOT BUILDING. C1T? HALL AVENUE. norfolk. va. OFFICERS: A. H. Grandy. President; W. S. Wilk? inson, Treasurer; Jatuea E. Allen, Sec? retary. BOARD OF DIRECTORS: A. H. virandy. L. D Starke Jr.. T W. Bhelton. ti. U . Hhultlce W. S. Wilkinson, Jain es f. Allot, D. Donovan. I'll It KK CliM I'M I'lill tiM'V. subscription rates: The VIUOINIAN-PILOT ts aetlverefl '.<> suiiscrlbcis by carriers In N?/folK anu vicir.tt;. I'cit.iniuulb, Berkley. Surl-IK. West Norfolk. Newport New*, f?r M rents per wuok payuble to lies carrier i'y "mil. to any place la tba Untied fctatte postacf free: JUA1I.T, uiifi j enr ?* Kll .nlhi " Iiiree ??????tili " Olli* tu.hi ill ADVEinisiNt; RATES: Advertise? ments instrtea at the rale oC 7i> c?nl? a ttiqiuire, Itrat Insertion; eaeh ?Ubsi'uueltl Ins...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 24 June 1899

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES TWO, THREE AND FIVE M?kes the food more deSidoiss and wholesome R9VM p??ini> rn*rr? ro.. h'k vcsk._ COURT DECISIONS. Notes of Cases Recently Decided, Which are of Interest to Our People. DIGESTED BY W- B- MARTIN. (Exclusively for Vlrelnlan-Pilot.) CASHION V. WESTERN U. TEL. CO. Supreme Court of Nortu Carolina. April 11. 189?. ."WHEN AN AOENT SENDS A TELE? GRAM IN HIS OWN NAME, AN? NOUNCING A DEATH, HIS FAIL? URE TO NOTIFY THE COMPANY OF THE RELATION OF THE AD? DRESSEE AND HIS PRINCIPAL. AND THAT IT IS SENT FOR Till-: LATTER'S BENEFIT, WILL NOT PRECLUDE THE PRINCIPAL FROM RECOVERING EOR HIS MENTAL SUFFERING CAUSED DY A FAILURE TO DELIVER THE DISPATCH. This was an action to recover dam? ages for failure lo promptly dollyer a telegram. The telegram announced the death of plaintiff's husbund, and re? quested her brother-in-law to come to her- The telegram was tent by Payne us agent for plaintiff, in Ins own name, and he did not notify the company ??[ the ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 24 June 1899

LATEST TELEGRAPH NEWS, CONTINUED FROM FIRST PAGE. INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT Continued Actively in Enlarging Cotton Mills. AND BUILDING NEW ONES The fron Jiiterent?, II living l'nsnd Tlirottgh ? I.out? I'crlnd <u ii<>prc? nlon nro ?nw I'rohperliii;? I>e? fvlopment ol c?ni. Iron and Nie?! Intereata From (be Virtctiilna tw AlnbMinn. (Special to Virginian-Pilot.) Baltimore, June 23.?The most strik? ing industrial development to-day, 'us teported by the Manufacturers' Record, are the continued activity in the en? largement of established cotton mills nnd the building ot new ones. It Is especially noticeable that throughout the cotton mill districts of the Smith the new mills are being built very largely by local capital, and are to bo managed by local people. The pre-emi? nent success of the textile interests of the South has encouraged the Increas? ing investment of local money in new mills, and at the present lime nothing else seems to appeal so strongly to the local people us...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 24 June 1899

THE NEWS FROM THE OLD NORTH STATE AND ITS CAPITAL. OUR RALEIGH NEWSLETTER Young Man Waylaid and Shot at Burlington. ASSAILANTS ARRESTED Trustee* or n . I , Orp In? untre Organize ? Cldri'iiH M'ii ii in 1'illHboro Itunil ? ii m Him i'il to GrernNbur-Kriil on for (telling icoticn We?i??Un?u?i I.otlgc, Knights of Pjililu?, Elect Olllctri, Raleigh, N. C, June 23.?On last Sun? day night, at Burlington, <>tn_> of the foulest deeds known to that community was committed in waylaying and shout? ing Mr. Lewis Meadow, as he was re? turning to his room from escorting a young lady home from church. He was first uttacked with rocks, and replied with a pistol. Ills assailants also fired Severn! shots, no one being injured. Later, as Mr. Meadow was continuing Ills way to his room, one of the mem? bers of the gang was seen by an eye ?witness to siep out from behind some trees, tnke deliberate aim nnd lire. He was about one hundred yards from Mr. Meadow, and the ball took effect squarely In ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 24 June 1899

NEWS FROM RICHMOND AND OTHER PARTS OF VIRGINIA. ICHMOND NEWS AND GOSSIP A New York Crank Writes Gov? ernor Tyler HE ISSUES A DECREE llnrrioi! People Ordered to Separate ? servants Mnst Tic Dlaclinrited? Tint lounl state and Principal Offi? ce r? Munt Bealgn?A Movere Pennl< ty-Tbe R. P. A C. Iliillrond - A Knmor Denied. (Special to Virglnlan-Pilot.) Richmond, Va,, Juno 23.?A letter came to the Governor's office to-day that Is "beyond doubt the crankiest epistle yet received by Governor Tyler, or probably by any of his predecessors. A3 Private Secretary Owen said: "It lays over anything that has turned up yet." The letter consists of a large number I of cflosely written pages. At the top of the first page is written, "Vent, Vidi, Vici," Verbum Laprlenta." and beneath Is, "Palace of the InVlncl King, New York City, N. Y. The letter, -which, is a decree, opens as follows: "Benjamin F. Hunter, King, Pr., and Lawgiver of all nations, languages and peoples, to J. Hodge Tyler, Esq., Gov?...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 24 June 1899

MURDERED FOR A MINE Tragic Reminiscence of the Comstock Lode. THE VALUE SET UPON GOLD 1 old llloo?lc<l Minis liter or Flvo Men Iu Citlllornln 'HhIhl- CO III rovcray Helmed by Onlj ?urvlvlug Witt? news, nhn Wna'I lien ? Hoy ?t'oin pollctl to Act na ?.utile ami Aftftlst Itlanlrrcra to Kscnpe. [From the San Francisco Chronicle] Dead men tell no tales and men of honor do not Inform on their comrades, especially where they have been pnr tieeps crimlnls, but after careful In ?inlry the writer of this article believes that he is the only survivor of a tragedy that excited tho mining camps of Vir? ginia City. Oiild Hill and Silver City In the year 1874, and that no person can now be troubled by relating the tacts of a tragedy that have never been told before. When the big Bonanza excite? ment was at its height In i st 1 every person and com puny that owned claims between Virginia City ami Silver City made fabulous statements about the prospects and showing of their prop? erties. At the l...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 24 June 1899

PORTSMOUTH LOCAL NEWS AND ADVERTISEMENTS OF MORE THAN PASSING NOTE r\ Compilation of Miscellaneous News Matter in Condensed Form, FRESH CLEAN AND ORICHT ? Dully Directory of tlio Hup pen Ins? or n I?ny Ilrlclly Told, I UOlltfll Sin ill Sons Hut Leu? In trrcsllus; nnd Imporlnut-lnrormiti tou For Tliono Mho Neck Iu Know itllll Uli? ?loratniitl Wlmt Is Uului; on Among llio I'coplc. ( - The Xaverian Brothers, of this city, left last night for Baltimore, where i they will go in retreat at a college near that city. After July 4th they will change their place of exclusion to the new Catholic College at Old Point. Mr. W. G. Stannard, of Richmond, secretary of the Virginia Historical So? ciety, was In the city yesterday. Justice C. C. Haynes yesterday sent Isaac Sykes, colored, to the county Jail for a period of 20 days for cursing on the public highway. Constable Llnne han made the arrest. The same old thing repeated Itself yesterday. A valuable gold ring, which was lost at Delaware Park on...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 24 June 1899

ft GRAND SUCCESS! M. ROSENBAUM RETIRING SALE Such a marvelous selling of High Grade Merchandise never before known in this vicinity. Prices cut regardless of cost. The items below will interest you. We will be glad to have vou call whether you wish to purchase or not. Bargains in Men's Clothing. Double-breasted Blue Serge Coats, worth ?5.00, $2.98. Men's Linen Crash Suits, all Sixes, worth $1.50, ?1.30. Bargains in the Children's Clothing Department, Children's Reefer Suits, ages 3 to 8, worth Slid fl'...'>. $1.29. . _ 1 Children's Su'.ts, nscs l to U, worth $3 Tho Standard l!lue Scrse. worth JlX.-\ ; ??,| ?;).,?. ji.;... to KU at $7.SS. . _ 1 Knee Pants, a few odd sixes, worth Any of V: V nid $s Men's Bults, to r.o 23c. and 35c, 19c. at i\'.>:<. Anv of our $13.50 nnd 5I-"'.00 Men's Suits. $:>.*?>. Mi it's Pints, in tin latest plaid effects, worth $2.50 and $3.50, $1.98. j Men's India tiaiiw Undershirts, worth Men's Pint-. In all patterns, all wool, 35c., lO&c. We...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 24 June 1899

Review oe the Markets; Shipping News; and Real Estate Business. FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL Stocks, Money, Exchange Bonds, Grain, Cotton, Provisions, Etc. Now York, Juno 81.?Tho stock mar? ket did not extend beyond professional bounds at any time to-day, but the Bmull active element amongst the ope? rators were disposed to cover outstand? ing short contracts, and as it result prices are very generally higher on the day, in some cases notably so. The meeting of the directors of the Ameri? can Steel nnd Wire Company to settle tho much-discussed dispute as to I whether or not a dividend should be declared on the common stock was the central event of interest. After the directors went into session the market waited With eager and almost breath? less expectancy for the result. Much bitterness has been manifest amongst the conflicting elements over this ques? tion, but the action of the Btock. when it was dually announced that no divi? dend would bo declared nt present, showed that tho event...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 25 June 1899

LATEST NEWS OF THE WORLD BY TELEGRAPH AND CABLE {CON;3l A DEADLOCK INJCENTUGKY Democratic State Convention Fails to Make Nominations. THE PLATFORM ADOPTED Aller? n'rrk t>r Incitement nnd n Four liuys 8e*siou Hie Convention Adjourn* Eiilll Momln.Y- Bryan nnd Pre* Colnasa ?? Nllver ul n Km i<> of Mlxlcan tu One Kudorsctl The llutlottittf. (By Telegraph to Virj;lnlan-Pilot.) j Louisville, Ky.. June 24.?The Cr< ucn tlal Committee report marked the opening to to-day's session of the Dom- j oeratio convention nnd other commit? tee's followed closely. The Credentials Committee disposed of contests in counties involving about 350 seats, all decided in favor of Stone or Coebel di 1 gedtca except in three cases, Calloway county and the Forty-fourth Legisla? tive District of Loulsvllhv-where liar din delegates wore seated, and Nichols county, where the delegation was di? vided between contestant and con tcstee. UNFAITHFUL TO BRYAN, flood order prevailed from the start. An Interesti...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 25 June 1899

the; news of Norfolk"on pages two, three, five and eleven. 5 v LOST. IO 3 T ? BETWEEN COMPERE & J Sons and chape) street. Gentleman's HA'cst Kinder will pleas-? return same lo ' netjOS Clay avenue, Brambicton, and receive :*rewurd. It* 5cf~TRATi'ED OH 'STOlkn^D?RK It?V -;40 Horse, with long malgne and tall. '_<. white In forehead. 2 scars on left hip, 1 on fetlock. 1 long,scar on thigh. Return I lo or notify YV. T. EALLUNT1NE.*- ftd 9 HUrh street, Norfolk. _C I I I OST?R15 RK LH V TAX-BOOK FOR J * IMS on one of the summer car* of ?s the Norfolk Street Railway. A reward offered. W. S IUIDD, Je22-3t Sergeant Town of llcrRlcy. WANTED ? PLEASANT FURNISH - ed Rooms In private family, with? out boarders preferred. Address, P. O. Box 240. _R \jn ANTED?BY yOT^nT: MAN. POSl W tion as Stenographer .aid Type? writer; also Ins the knowledge of book? keeping; can furnish best references, "J. e," tlils office._lt? -IT7 ANTBD^itOY, ABOUT 16 YEARS W old, to liarn <lry goods business, or y...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 25 June 1899

THE NEWS OP" NORFOLK ON PAGES TWO. THREE. FIVE AND ELEVEN WEATHER ..?.EPOJPn\^_ Washington, June 24. forecast for Sunday: Virginia?Thunderstorms and cooler Sunday afternoon; threatening Mon? day; variable winds. North Carolina?Threatening Sunday, ?with showers In Western portions In the afternoon; threatening Monday; light southeasterly winds. Norfolk nml Vlcinll WEATHER FORECAST FOR TO-DAY. "Warm and fair in morning; threaten? ing in afternoon; possibly showers at Bight; variable winds. TEMPERATURE, RAINFALL AND | HUMIDITY. Maximum temperature . 90 Minimum temperature . 61 Normal temperature. 78 Departure from normal _ minus 0 Departure from normal since Janu? ary l$t.plus 10 Rainfall in past 24 hours . 0 Rainfall since llrst of month -3.US Mean humidity. CALENDAR, Sun rises at 4:4C a. m. and sets V:29 p. m. tides. Norfolk?High water at 10:10 a. and 10:42 p. ni.; low water at 4:15 a. m. and 4:21 p. m. Old Point?High water at 9:55 a. m. and 10:21 p. in.; low water at 3:C4 a. in. and...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 25 June 1899

VIRGINIAN-PILOT. ?BT THE^? .VIRGINIAN AND PILOT PUBLISHING COMPANY. NORFOLK VIRGINIAN flKD DAILY PILOT. (Consolidated March. 153S.) Entered ?t the l'ostofnco at Norfolk, ,Va., as stcond-ciass matter. jOFPICE: PILOT BUILDING, i_CITY HALL AVENUE. norfolk. va._ OFFICERS: A. H. Orandy, President; W. S. Wilk? inson, Treasurer; Janus E. Allen, Sec? retary. BOARD OF DIRECTORS: A. H. vlrandy. L. D. Starke, Jr.. T. W. Chetton, R. W. ShuUtcc. W. S. Wilkinson, James K Allon, D. B", Donovan. TH KEGCGS I'M I'liBCOI'T. subscription rates: The VIRGINIAN-PILOT Is delivered '.o subscribers by carriers In No/folk and Vicinity, Portsmouth. Berkley. Suffolk. .Wept Norfolk. Newport News, tor 10 cents per week payable to tho carrier. By mail, to any place, la the UnReu tiiaiea, postag? tree; JCA1LY, eue year ??;..;> 83 00 ? alxruoulfte - ? - ?.00 111 roe snoutUs * - l?.>o " ouo uiouili ? .*?u ADVERTISING RATES: Aavrrllse BientS lostrlea at the rate of 1? c< nr. a Square, llrat Insertion; each au...

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