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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 27 June 1899

THE NEWS FROM VIRGINIA CONTTNUEiDTrOM PAGE EIGHT PETERSBURG. George E. Drumwright Badly Mashed Between Cars. ?furo flnrnrrl at ninpntjintn?Will to .11 sin Cut By n Scsro-Womnn At< t(>iii|tiN tu Mioot 11 or UiiMbuiKl JDccil Recorded. Petersburg. Va., June 26.?Mr. QeorffO E. Drumwright, who Is employed at the power house of tho electric light works, met with a very serious accident yesterday morning near the bark mill? et Jonen. Vaughan & Co. It appears that at this point there were some freight curs of the Norfolk and West? ern railway standing on a side traek, one of which hands were shoving to an? other side traek to couple it onto a car. As Drumwright attempted to cross the track he kept his eyes on an approeh ing train, and failed to notice the cur which, was being shoved and the result was he was caught between the bum? pers of this oar and another car and ?was badly mushed about tho stomach, lie was taken to his homo, where he was attended by Dr. H. D. Mcllwalnc. BARN...

Publication Title: Virginian-Pilot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 27 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 Dnli.t Directory of the Happening* of i? I>ny Briefly Told, '1 hongh Knill! .tone Ibo Lean ? ??tPresllus; nud liii|>ortnut-Inrormitllon lor Those Who Nreh to Know and Cn? deralntid ivimi la Going- on Anione ? he People. After allowing a number of bills and qualifying J. F. Brown us a constable at Deep Creek yesterday, the County Court adjourned for the term. The Rev. C. E. Woodson, rec tor of St. Peter's Episcopal Church, Brambleton, exchanged pulpits Sunday night With the Rev. J. B, Funstcn, of Trinity. The Rev. Mortimer Cassell assisted at night In conducting the services at Trinity Lieutenant Commander Alexander Sharp, U. S. N., und a draft of 131 men left the yard Sunday afternoon for San Francisco. They went over the South? ern railway. See "add." of goods stolen from Mr. O. L. Williams. Mr. J. M. Sherwood, auditor of re...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 27 June 1899

PORTSMOUTH LOCAL AND ADVERTISEMENTS, CONTINUED?TELEGRAPH CONTINUED FROM SIXTH PACE GRIMES' BATTERY PROMOTIONS. Last night Grimes' Battery, Captain* C. R. Warren commanding:, met In the Armory for drill and regular meeting. '.this meeting was of unusual interest from the fact that it was known that Junior First Lieutenant John YV. Da? vis would resign, and that the ques? tion of going to Manila In the event a call was made for volunteers would be discussed. Lieutenant Davis' resignation was accepted, and Second Lieutenant Ernest T. Holt was promoted to fill the vacan? cy by a unanimous vote of the battery. There were three nominations made for the position of second lieutenant, made vacant by the promotion of Lieu? tenant Holt?Sergeants C. A. Cuthrell, Claud Burns and Cllf Frazler. The se? lection was made in the second ballot, Sergeant Cuthrell winning the coveted honor. The command then discussed the war In the Philippines, and every member, and there was a big meeting, without hes...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 27 June 1899

Review ok the Markets; Shipping News; and Real- Estate Business. FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL Stocks, Money, Exchange Bonds, Grain, Cotion, Provisions, Etc. Now York, Juno 2fi.?The opening ot the stock market this morning Bhowi d u jump in prices and something like a rush to buy. which spread rapidly through the whole railroad list. In due course of time a number of industrials also took on some show of Btrcng h. When this development became obvious the railroads paused In their advance, as though to shake off the following of industrial stocks. Acute weakness In the local traction slocks, S;. el and Wire, and the Tobacco stocks first checked the advance. The railroads held firm for a time, but before the de? cline was over bullish enthusiasm h id somewhat expended itself and the cl is lng dealings showed a rather ensler tone, with the prices of the railroads sharply below th" best. A movement In tho Vundcrbtltu was by far tho r11>>^= i conspicuous of the day and was of course bas...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 28 June 1899

IN TWO PARTS. VOL. 111-0,0. 7?. TRUE TO THE ... In Victory or Defeat. NORFOLK, VA., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 28, ]899. THREE CENTS PER COPY. LATEST NEWS OF THE WORLD BY TELEGRAPH AND CABLED"."* Cornell, the Victor of Former Years, Badly Left. AN EXCITING CONTEST lli(i Wliciiiminii 1.0*0 (tin I'onr 9111?? Iloiil llucn by "Netting; Into Denil Wulff -Tiic Miles n* M.nin by die Leading* Crew? ? Ponnsy I vnnln t'onun Ont n Ncriitch Halt l.entfiti Abend. <By Telegraph to VIrrlnlan-Pllot.) Poughkecpsle, N. Y., June 27.?Twen? ty thousand people to-day saw one of tho most exciting four-mile boat races ever witnessed In the history of col? lege rowing. Five thousand people on the observation train yelled themselves hoarse In frantic appeals to their va? rious college crews to do their best, and with the other fifteen thousand they ?saw the red and blue carried over the line a winner by a short half length from tho Wisconsins, who lost in the last two hundred yar\ls by bad steer? ing. Cornell, the v...

Publication Title: Virginian-Pilot
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 28 June 1899

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES TWO, THREE, FIVE AND SIX WANTED. ANTED . ? FIRST-) LASS ??R bir; t< rms good. S. !:. UITON, Berkley; Vn.. Apply No. ISO Liberty etnc-t, next door to postofflce. Most hand sortie 'shop in equipment and location in town. JeSS-St w ANTED. ? TWO LARGE FUR nished connecting rooms, with bo ' light fur physician's office, 'n ^ tod n< Ig t borhOod and close to business centre. Ad? dress quick, "PHYSICIAN," care Virgin lan-Pllot office._It* WANTED. - ONE OR TWO FUR nlshed rooms for light housekeep? ing: no stove required, l>. M. C, V V.. i Ian-Pilot office, ji.s-v VOUNG MAN. IS, STEAJTY AND IN X dustrlous, with good academic edu? cation, wants position in si ?re or office or some 'position with a business man. Ad dross J. II. 11.. can! V:rglniun-Pllot. Jc-7-3f_ WA N T ED. ? TWO N ICE LY FUR nlslR-d rooms with board in house or nearby; private family prufcrred; Ghent or deifrablo location in tie cit) will pay good prico for good accommoda? tions: referenc...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 28 June 1899

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES TWO, THREE. FIVE AND SlX~ WEATHER FORECAST. Washington, June 27, 1899. For Virginia: Increasing cloudiness Wednesday; threatening Thursday; light southerly winds. For North Carolina: Threatening weather, with showers on the Imme? diate coast; threatening Thursday; liKht southerly winds. Norfolk .I Vtrlullr WEATHER FORECAST FOR TODAY. Fair; stationary temperature; varia? ble winds. TEMPERAT U RE. RAINFALL. AND HUMIDITY. Maximum temperature . 83 Minimum temperature . 69 Normal temperature . 78 Departure from normal .minus 2 Departure from normal since Jan? uary 1st .minus 26 Rainfall In pnst 24 hours .01 Rainfall since 1st of month .5.39 Mean humidity _.. 78 CALENDAR. Sun rises 4:47 a. m.; sets 7:29 p. m. TIDES. Norfolk: High water. 0:2G a. m., 12:5s P. m. Low water. 6:44 a. ni., 7:14 p. m. <~>ld Point: High water. 0:03 a. tn., 12 37 p. m. Low water, 6:23 a. in., 6:53 p. m. nut it. GORMAN.?At the residence of her father, No. 3f,o Polish street. Monda...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 28 June 1899

VIRGINIAN - PILOT. VIRGINIAN AND PILOT PUBLISHING COMPANY. IMK VIRGINIA* AND DAILY PILOT. (Consolidated M.iroh, jiss.) BntattU at tho l'osiof.lco at Norfolk, Va., a=? second-class imuter. OFFICE: PILOT ?UILD1NO, CITY IIALL AVENUE, norfolk. va. OFFICERS: A. H. Grandy. President; \v. S. Wllk In.son, Treasurer; James L. Allen, Sec? retory. BOARD OF DIRECTORS: A. II. virandy. L. L) Starke Jr.. T. W. Ehclton. K U. Shulile'e, W. a. Wilkinson, Juim.s. I'. Allen, L. F. Donovan. i iiuia; 11 reu i;o**T. subscription rates: The VIKGIN1AN-PILOT Is delivered to subscribers by curriers In No.folk and vicinity Pcrtsmoutb, ncikicy. Suffolk. West Norfolk. Newport News, for 10 c-mts per week payable to tho carrier. By mel!. to any placo t;i lb? Lulled ki?ite postage free: DAILY, oue jmr - tS.OO ?? aim iuwmiIk - - - 3.uo " Hirer inOIItU* - - l..'>o ** our moiilli ? ? a .'Mi ADVERTISINO RATES: Ailverllse c-.onu lnscrieu ul the rate ot 75 cents a Square. lirsi Insertion; each aubsequeni Insertion 41?...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 28 June 1899

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES TWOT THREE. FIVE AND SIX COURT DECISIONS. ?Notes of Cases Recently Decided, Which are of Interest to Our People. DIGESTED BY W. B. MARTIN. (Exclusively for VIrglnlan-Pilot,) STATE'S PRISON V. DAY. Supreme Court of North Carolina, April 11th, 1899. THE OFFICE OF SUPERINTEN? DENT OF THE STATE'S PRISON IS NOT CREATED BY THE CON? STITUTION. AND THE LEGISLA? TURE MAY AHOLISII IT. THE ACT OF 1899. PURPORTING TO AHOLISII THIS OFFICE DID NOT DO SO. AN APPOINTMENT TO THIS OF? FICE ?Y THE GOVERNOR, TO FILL A VACANCY. NEED NOT HE CONFIRMED BY THE SENATE. This uctlon was brought to recover of defendant, who had been appointed by the Governor superintendent of the State s prison, on the resignation of the former superintendent, the property In his possession appertaining t<> the prison, and to get control of the con? victs and have the rights of the par? ties declared. The suit was brought un? der section 1 of an act of the 16th Feb? ruary. 1899. The plaintiffs...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 28 June 1899

LOCAL NEWS CONTINUED FROM PAGE FIVE?TELEGRAPH CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE. MR. RIDGEWELL SHOT W. A Coke Fires Four Shots at Hint on Main Street. One lt:ill Indicia n I?iiliil'ul I'IohIi Wound In Iii? NlMWltlcr ? I lie ?iinsc <>? llie Mioull.it; 1? Wol Known. Mr. James A. Rldgewell, member of tlie Common Branch of Councils from the First Ward, and of the Iron-work? ing firm of George W. Duval & Co., was shot in the right shoulder yester? day afternoon near the Intersection of Main and Chapel streets by Mr. \V. A. Coke, a cigar manufacturer. The shooting occurred about l o'clock, on the crowded street, and it is fortu? nate that none of the four shots fired struck any the pedestrians. ?Men. women and children, who were on Main and Chinch streets, were startled by the pistol shots, and many ran to places of safety. ' With the smoking revolver in his hand. Mr. Coke fled through an alley separating McCurdey's drug store from Waggeman's saloon and an alley In the rear of Seellnger's...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 28 June 1899

THE NEWS FROM THE OLD ? NORTH STATE AND ITS CAPITAL,. OUR RALEIGH NEWSLETTER Tha Vindication of Mr. J. F. Woodman. WRONG MAM WHIPPED Mr. J. II. II ..re, or Wllaon. AcqulitcU or ANM-TlM Lulu Rev, l?r. Mo VOllo ? Iteb.ilUtiUK l?f lilt) ISeubnW Honte nt Urroiixburo-Au Auer) Frrnclier-A Hlfu Attempts to Coinuilt Kulcl.la. Raleigh, N. C, June 27.?A special from Washington, tills State, .says: j Airs well that ends \v< 11, and the horsewhipping episode that took place here last week Is happily ended. Mr. J. F. Woodard, the young man who received the castlgntlon, was not the offender In the case, and Miss Jane Burgess, the young lady unfortunately connected with the affair, has made a statement declaring that it was a case of mistaken Identity. The whipping of Woodard wr.S done under great stress of excitement. Mis:> Burgess had been Insulte:!, and when she saw Woodard she pointed him out as the villain In the case. Her friends usked no questions, but proceeded to take satisfaction o...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 28 June 1899

NEWS FROM RICHMOND AND OTHER PARTS OF VIRGINIA RICHMOND NEWS AND GOSSIP The Tyler Senatorial Boom in Pro? cess of Incubation. - I GOVERNOR'S POSSTJOfo Bonrd or Public Work* Will Vtsli PpUTMburjc? A Kogro Selected lu Welcome Wlilic sctiool Teacliers Rctnrii of ?reyfns to iso Colcbrat? cd?Mrllter? Kwiuru tu Work ? GUI cors ltoitigu. / (Special to Virglnlan-Pilot.) Richmond, Va.. June 27.?There arc Indications that a Tyler Senatorial .boom Is In process of Incubation. Though the Governor has said all along that lie would not make an active can? vass for the nomination fur Mr. Martin's place, he has been urged by many friends In various sections of the State to enter the rate. He has fre? quently said he would accept the Sena torship if ottered him. Now Senator ships arc not offered people very fre? quently. They are plums which do not go begging. Governor Tyler could not have expected that he would have been besougiit to take the Scnatorshlp from Virginal. How much Of an active cam? pa...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 28 June 1899

THE NEWS FROM VIRGINIA CONTINUED FROM PAGE EIGHT PETERSBURG. (?'?? _______ Destructive Fire in Williams Bros.' Corn Mill. '-"'??'"'?iV- _______ Arreslcxl ou ('linrgo or Ass null Ins: n Colored Wuiu iii - Ncrlom lliniii wst AccKleiit?.Mortunrjr Itcporl Jt'or I'm! Month, Petersburg. Va., June 27.?About 2:t5j o'clock this morning some ot the em-j ployes at the electric light plant dls- j covered flames Issuing from a, window In one of the upper stories of Williams Brothers' corn-mill and an alarm was turned In from box 25. The flames had gained considerable headway when the lire department arrived, and, although they worked diligently, their efforts to subdue the flames met with little suc? cess, and the en structure was con? sumed. Tho 0 e will amount . to several thousai liars, and Is par? tially covered b; urance. JAILED ON SERIOUS CHARGE. Messrs. William Saunders and W. H. Harrison, two young white men, were before the Mayor yesterday morning on warrants charging them with attempt,...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 28 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 Dally Directory of tlic Ilnppcntug? of n Day strictly Told, Ttloligll KiikiII .>ono tttf I.on* Inlert'nlluK noil Important?Iitforinnilon For TIioko Wlio Neck lo Know iltltl Duo (lerslnntl Wiiot la Gului; on A mini: Hie I'oople. Quite a number of people will ro to Baltimore Saturday and Sunday on the excursion. Paymaster's Clerk R. L, Martin has been ordered to assist Passed Assistant Paymaster H. E. Briscoe to settle ac? counts at this yard. Mrs. Alice A. Nicholson, Miss Lls rle Townsend and Miss Lee Harris, teachers in the Fourth district school, left yesterday to attend the School of Methods at Roanoke. The party will be in attendance at-the school for about lour weeks. A workman named J. F. Parker, em? ployed, in the navy yard, was taken suddenly ill yesterday afternoon while at work. He was sent lo his home in Norfolk. A cra...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 28 June 1899

PORTSMOUTH ADVERTISEMENTS CONTINUED?TELEGRAPH CONTiNUED FROM SIXTH PAGE? M. Rosenbaum's Entirc Stock of Men's and Boys' Clothing, Hats and Furnishings is being sold at less than cost prices. Not a single article exempted. Everything must go. We'll advise you to come while the assortment. is yet good. Read carefully the prices below: Men's $7.50 Suits go at $3.98 Me-n'a very well made Cheviot and Cas Bimoro Suits, In neat and serviceable pat? terns, Which wo bought to sell at M 50 and $7.50 and which arc- worth every cent of it now?will go at tho luslgnillou.ni* price of $3.98. Men's $10 Suit's go at $4.98 Lot of Men's nlue. Black and Fancy Ohoviot ajid Wormed Suits?cut und made In the very latcrft style, splendidly lined and perfect In lit and Un.sh?worth every cent of 110 and never bofore sold for less ?will go for $cr<s. Men's $12 Suits go at $6.40 A Bplendid assortment of Men's Fine All-wool Suits In a score of th<? very nob? biest patterns you could Und anywhere? Checks, p...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 28 June 1899

Review oi? 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 27.?Tho activity of Hie buying of railroad stocks showed boine falling oft' in the course of to? day after a notably active opening and early buying movement. But the <i> - mahd sprang up again in the last halt hour of the (lading in full force and carried prices of the railroads to the highest of the day. New York <"en Iral wits again the center of Interest in the market, and it was a final spurt of IVj points in the stock that gave th ? market its strong close. .Manhattan was ulso rushed up in the final dealings to 116Vi on the announcement of the closing of contracts looking to the change to electric motive power. Tho bull leader's were evidently in a con? certed effort to make final prices of the day the highest. Federal Steel was conspicuous at the opening by an advance of 1% on Hie dis...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 29 June 1899

LATEST NEWS OF THE WORLD BY TELEGRAPH AND CABLE{ CONTINUED ON PAGES 6 AND 11 TROOPS FOR GENERAL OTIS Army Officials Confer With Presi? dent McKinley. FORTY THOUSAND MEN Ho Will Have 'Ibts Numbor In Hie I'bllliinlne* nt llio CIoiio of In* ISnIn> Noaiou-Enlistments or Ko? emits Will Do For TUrco Ycnra Tou Thousand Men Noedcd-Ofll* cars to llo Proiuolod, (By Te7egrnph to VlrgiDlan-Pllot.) Washlneton, D. C, June 28.?Secre? tary Alger, Adjutant General Corbln and Colonel Bird, assistant quarter? master general In cluirgc of transpor? tation, had an hour's consultation with the President to-duv relative to the question of re-enforcements for General Otis. A definite decision has been reached to continue) recruiting men at all the recruiting stations for service In the Philippines, and Secretary Alger said when he left the White House, after the conference, that General Otis would have 40,000 men when the rainy season closed for a resumption ot ac? tive operations. WILL. PUSH RECRUITING...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 29 June 1899

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES TWO, THREE~AND FIVE LOST. OST. ? A SMALL MEMORANDUM JLi book containing small amount of money and n check on Farmers' nnd Merchants' Hunk of Portsmouth; eiso memorandum of value only to holder. Reward If returned to J. E. BURKE, 1)1 Roanoke avenue. Je29-7 WANTED. WANTED?2 OR 3 NICE1A' FUK nlshed rooms, with bath, lor light housekeeping. .Mi'terato rent. Address Xt, caro of this Office. It* B"Hoarders w?nxkd ? ss rilby strict, second 'door from Holt, j'leasant rooms. Terms moderate, airs. W. M. POPE_Je28-lW irtT ANTED . ? FIRST-CLASS BAR VV her; terms good. ?. B. UPTON, Berkley, Va.. Apply Mo. 120 Liberty street, next door to postofllce. Most hand? some shop in equipment anil location in town._Je2S-3t OUNO MAN. lij STEADY AND 1N dustrlous, with good academic cdu catlon. wants pocltion In store or office Ol? eome position with a business man. Ad? dress J. H. H., care Vlrglnlan-Pllot. jc-27-St*_ WANTED. ?A GOOD COOK WHITE woman that understand:: : ) d j any...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 29 June 1899

THE, NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES TWO. /THREE AND FIVE. Washington, June 2Sth. Weather forecast for Thursday: Virginia?Rain and cooler Thursday: fair Friday; fresh southerly winds, be? coming northwesterly. North Carolina?Rain and cooler Thursday; probably fair Friday; fresh southerly winds, becoming northwest? erly. Norfolk nnrt VIcIiiIIt. WEATHER FORECAST FOR TO-DAY. Warm, cloudy, probable showers; wind southerly to southeasterly and light. TEMPERATURE, RAINFALL AND HUMIDITY. Maximum temperature . SO Minimum temperature . 67 Normal temperature. 7S Departure from normal. 0 Departure from normal since Janu? ary 1st .plus 20 Rainfall in past 24 hours . 0 Rainfall since first of month .5.SO Mean humidity. 77 CALENDAR. Sun rises at 4:18 a. m. and sets at 7:29 p. m. TIDES. Norfolk?High water nt 1:21 a. m. ?nd 1:57 p. m.; low water at 7:35 a. m. and 8:17 p. m. Old Point?High water at 1:00 a. m. and 1:36 p. m.; low water at 7:14 a. m. and 7:56 p. m. i)i i;i>. Sil I ELDS.?Suddenly, nt Old P...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 29 June 1899

VIRGINIAN - PILOT. ?BT the? Virginian and pilot publibhino COMPANY. NORFOLK VIRGINIAN AND DAILY PILOT. (Consolidated March. 1?S.) Cnterrxl at the Postofrlce at Norfolk, ,Va.. as aecond-clasa inalttr. OFFICE: PILOT BUILDING. CITY. hall AVKNUK. norfolk. va. OFFICERS: A H. ?randy. President; W. 8. Wllk Inaon, Treasurer; James E. Allen, Sec? retary. BOARD OF DIRECTORS: A. H. Grandyt L. D. Starke. Jr.. T. W. fhelton, R. W. Shultice, W. S. Wilkinson. wsm ?\ Allen, D. b\ Donovan. THREE CENTS t'l'.ll COlT, subscription rates: The VIROINIAN-PILOT Is dallTereO to ?ubucribera by carriers In No/folk ami Vicinity, Pcrtamoulh. Berkley. Suffolk. ?TVeat Norfolk, Nowport News, tor .0 cents per week payable to tbo carrier By mall, to any place In Ua? Unlied Btatea, voting* free; OAILI, ou? year - ?(??<"> ? ilimoalbi - S-00 " tbreenoalbi - ? *??0 ** one uonih ? ? ? ?90 ADVERT1BINO RATEBl AO?rllse inenta loaertoa at tho ralo of 76 cents a Hquare. flrat Insertion; each aubsequcnt Insertion 40 cent...

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