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

NORTH CAROLINA STATE NEWS Death of Father Prendergast, of Sacred Heart Church. PRAYER FOR GOV. RUSSELL 1)111 to .fluke Told Debts Dno to Trnats ?To Form Ettal? Unr AaooclHlloii nenlnt From Southern Itnllwny "Hut < row" C'nr I.nir?Hill to En? nble .llnrrlecl tVomeu tot'onlrnct OlUer JHli?. <5.ipcclal to Virginian-Pilot.) Rnleigh, N- Jan. 23.?Father Jame Prendet fast, ollle'iating priest at tho Roman C.Uholi'c Church of the Sacred Heart heic, dl?;d yesterday of pleuro pneumonia. He was a native of New Jersey, and wsis 25 years old. The bill which was lntrqduced in the Legislature Su.tu.rday to "punish" pools and trusts, mi ikes void any debt due by a citizen of this State to a. com? pany ?w 'blch Is si member of a trust. The bill further mi ikes $100 allowance to a solicitor f.ir pi osecutlng one of these suits agnin'st a trust, If conviction Is secured. TO FOR1V.U BAR ASSOCIATION. The attorne ys of the Stale arc called to meet here . February 10th, to form a State Par Asst rela...

Publication Title: Virginian-Pilot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 24 January 1899

PORTSMOUTH LOCAL NEWS ANn An\/rpT|cFMFMTs PORTSMOUTH ?ND NORFOLK COUNTY What Virginian-Pilot Rep resentatives Hear Daily. BRIEF ITEMS OF INTEREST The Movement? of I'eople In Wboui flio Avomco KeaUer Is Iiuer cated-Huppculns;* In Leg?'?Bw> In??, llfillseoui null .Social t lr ClCS-A Fvrcciiit or j hi ii re Event* itii. iTInrda Frlendi'n WfU'on re i.n, Burry, let* yesterdi > mornh ,, for Nashville. Tenn., whore Mr. Harry Walton, her husband, is engaged in the Presbyterian ministry. The Scottsvllle B. Y. P. U., of Cal? vary Church, met last night and elected officers. , The hall of the Glebe Hose Company, of Scotlsville, is draped in mourlng on account of tho death of Mr. H. N. Gettier, who was a member of that or? ganization. The horse of Dr. Charles Parrlsh took fright yesterday morning while standing in front of the Doctor's resi? dence, and took a rapid spin through the streets to South Portsmouth before lie could be stopped. No damage to amount to anything resulted. Mr, B. G....

Publication Title: Virginian-Pilot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 24 January 1899

PORTSMOUTH LOC?L NEWS ?ND ADVERTISEMENTS. ^_ Continued. Straight (o me Point is Our {lim to Please Our Customers. ?We have? GUNS, BICYCLES. lottd Shells onfl Spin Gi at the lowest market prices. W. N. WHITE, 108 High St., Portsmouth.Va GRAND EMBROIDERY SALE, BEGINNING MONDAY, JANUARY 23d. 3.MO Yds. Cambric Embroidery, on c enter counter, to be sold at prices never heard of. Special good things at Sc., Sc. and 10c. Androscoggiti Cot-tons, Gc. per yard, for Monday only. Bach customer lim? ited to 10 yards. Largest stock of Val Laces In city, from IGo. dost, to S1.S0. A full line of White Gooda In Plain and Plaids nnd Stripes. Best Ixuisdale Cambric. 10c. Curtain Muslins and Scrims from 5c. up. All the leading Bleached and Brown Muslins at lowest prices. TERMS CASH. 320 HIGH STREET. $7.45 The Busy Scenes $7.45 ?on our Clothing floor, speak volumes in favor of? Honest, Legitimale Advertising of Excellent Values. We renew our ubligatiun to refund money lo any .one not thoroughly corr= vi...

Publication Title: Virginian-Pilot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 24 January 1899

REVIEW OF MARKETS FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL Stocks, Money, Exchange, Bonds, Grain, Cotton, Provisions, Etc. New York, Jnn. 23.?Speculation In stocks to-dny passed previous high res? ort! marks, both lu volume und In prices attained. Transactions In stocks figured for l.<<M.ooo shares, and the sules of bonds reached (9,040,000. Trailing was furious at the opening find the highest prices were reached in most siocks on the initial bulge, with ad? vances of 0 to 10 points in some cases. There were subsequent violent breaks on enormous realizing of profits. The market then became quieter until an? other exhibition of strength in the af? ternoon trading, when the Coalers and Gould stocks got to the best. The bank statement, w hich seemed to assure easy money, was the mnJnsprlng In the mar? ket's strength. London opened firm, but declined on operators taking profits, and then Steadied on curb transactions. The extent of the public's Interest In the market was rellected by the conges? ...

Publication Title: Virginian-Pilot
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 25 January 1899

jatuminaiiu uu iiif immmir 1111 miu ilfiS Page?! j IN TWO PARTS. ^TITTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT* TTTTTTTTTTTTTTT TTTTTTTTTTTt xtmnmn ] WEATHER FORECAST FOR TO-DAY J \ NORFOLK AND VICINITY? ? ? Cltarin? and much colder; lif ht lo ? j Ittsh ?cuth wind?, shifting lo touth- p I _ _? StTTT? ??ttt- TYTTTTHTTTTTTTTn f T T11TITTTTTTTTT TTTTT? VOL. II?NO. 98. NORFOLK, VA., WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 25, 1899?TWELVE PAttES. THREE CENTS PER COPY. NEWS FROM THE PHILIPPINES Purchase of Steam Launches Displease Filipinos. DENOUNCED AS HIGH HANDED Filipino Cnncrci? at Hnlolea Cnitnl? monsly Votoeo Annexation ? m?. itbled Npnntsli Prisoners Released -Amrrlenu Prosram Outlined mi Madrid-Appointment or Commli. ?ion by rreeldenl JU llinirj Pro? nounced a New Attempt at IInm bnc - Insnrgent* United Under Agnlnaldo. (Tiy Teleeraph to V1rrinian-Ptlot.) Hong Kong, Jan. 24.?The members of the Filipino Junta here have issued the following statement: "The purchase by the American au? thorities at Hong Kong of a number of ste...

Publication Title: Virginian-Pilot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 25 January 1899

jwaj^ed._ WANTED ? TO HIEtS*T FOUR UK> furnished Rooms for light house? keeping; West of Bank street; gentleman, wife and maid. Address, ''ROOMS," P. O. box 202. city. It KJ) L 1 A B I. E Ol A N TO HANDLE ag< nbs for Telephone Tablets and Bpcoialtics; pays J.'ooo a year, inclose stamp. VICTORY MFG. CO.. Cleveland, Ohio._d e4,14,28, Ja4,2i>.tcl Jf AD1KSTO MAKE SAMPLE PATCH _j es at homo; ;'G to Sio weekly; no canvassing: reply mvtiopc for sample and particulars. FOSTER MACHINE CO., 625 West Twenty-ninth .St., New "Yorlc. ll \\r ANTED-rBY YOUNG MAN POSl ?i li n of any kind. Has had experi? ence a.s clerk ami salesman in mercantile house. Can furnish good references. Aii drt-ss. "m.R.S.." this office. _ Ja25-3t* \\T ANTED?BRIGHT, I NTK 1,1 ,HSENT ?V Young Mail, who means business und has {-.'a cash, lo represent number patented articles In Eastern Virginia. Position pays ? ".t>.x? yearly. Address, "PATENTS," Vir.-'.nlan-PMot. Ja25-2t ALADY OF THOROUGH KXPERI . euro wishes a...

Publication Title: Virginian-Pilot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 25 January 1899

liiLttlriun ilti'Jd I . WEATHER FORECAST. wubiimgion, .hu. 1899. Forecast lor \? euueauu> i na virgunai i-air, coideri north Wcaicliy aaaes, diminishing. i'Ut isoi'in Carolina! i'alrj colder; uonnwesteriy guiea. Clearing unit inucn colder; light to fresu south winas, uhifting to boutii \> Col. ' CALENDAR. Sun rises 7:12 a. in., sets 6:23 p. m. TIDES. Norfolk: High water S::10 a. ra., p. in.; low water 1:55 u. in., 2:40 p. ni. old Point: High water 8:00 a. m., p. m.; low water 1:33 u. m., 2:20 p. in. Monuments and Gravestone;. The selection of a suitable memorial In marble er gran lie can be readily made from oar siock. for we carry t-ho largest assortment of finish? ed designs In tlio South. ?THE COUPER MARBLE WORKS (K?lnbll?lirtl rtO *>ur?.) irvt-ica iiMiti, .si. NorfnlK. V?. V a.ui skjii:.m>. AM W VCKNACAIIl.HV llFSUUSilC EXTRA FEBRUARY 1. Klaw & Erlanger ami It. I>. Slevcns Present SOUSAS i'? i.m IC OPERA, the bride elect. All star cast?Chorus of sixty?Beauti? ...

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

VIRGINIAN- PILOT. ?BY THE? (VIRGINIAN AND PILOT PUBLISHING COMPANY. EORFOLK VIRGINIAN AND DAILY PILOT. (Consolidated March, 1S9S.) Entered at tho Postofflco at Norfolk, iVa., an tecoud-olass matter. OFFICE: PILOT BUILDING. CITY IIALL AVENUE. _NORFOLK. VA. OFFICERS; A. H. GRANDY. President; M. OI.KN.N'AN, Vlce-Presldent: W. S. WILKINSON, Treasurer; JAMES K. AL LKN, Bicrplary. BOARD OK DIRECTORS: A. II. Grandy M, Glennan, L. D Starke Jr.. T. W. Slii-lton. R. W. Khultice, James E. Allen, D. P. Donovan. VII It EE CENTS l?ISIt COPT. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: The VIRGINIAN-PILOT Is delivered to Subscribers by carriers in Norfolk and I vicinity Portsmouth, Borkley, Surrolk. West Norfolk, Newport News, for 10 cents per week, payable to tho carrier. By mall, to any place In the United Slates, postage free: ?AII.T, oiiu j i'iir - - - 85.00 '* ?I? IIIOIllll? ... " tbroc ciiontii? . . l.r>0 " ciiioiik.iiiii . . . ,r,o ADVERTISING BAT KS: Aovcrllso ments Inserted at the rate of 7i cents a Bounro, (...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 25 January 1899

Makes the food more delicious ond wholesome koh: n>?iso powotR co.. nfw vork. BRAM?LETOH WARD. A "Conundrum Supper" and "Obser-) vation Party" will be given under the, auspices of the North Park Avenue Chapter, at the residence of Mrs. Thom? as Townseud, on Park avenue, to-mor? row night. Vocal and Instrumental music will be rendered by the best Nor? folk talent. Viands ami till the deli? cacies of the season will be served In style, "Comme 11 faut," by the young ladies, in evening costume. Corinthian Lodge inducted several candidates Into the mysteries of the or? der at their hall on Brnmbleton avenue last night. ltev. Reuben Meredith and family, of Surry county, arc visiting the form? er's brother, I>r. VV. B. Meredith, at No. li's North Park avenue. The three-year-old sun of Mr. and Mrs. J. It. Pebworth is very sick at the family residence on Windsor ave? nue. Rev. I.undy R. Wright and family have moved Into the ward, and have talon up their residence on South Ferguson aven...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 25 January 1899

CANNED ROAST BliEF General Miles Furnishes Commis? sion With Sample. Investigators Find It Plonmnt to the Pnlnte nnd Order an Analysis? i <itlniony From Cblcng-o nnd Pltlabnri; Fnvors Pnckors. (By Telegraph to Virginlan-Pllot.) Washington, Jan. 24.?Major Rufus M; Townshend, Commissary of Subsist? ence, United States Volunteers, testi? fied before the War Investigating Com? mission to-day that he had constantly inspected the kitchens and supplies,and said both the refrigerated and canned beef were good. He had never heard of chemical treatment of the beef un? til he read of It In the newspapers. General IJeavor announced that the Commission had received from Major General Miles yesterday, several cans of roast beef forwarded to him by Captain Bean, of Battery C, from Phoentxvllle, Pa., who Is quoted as having said that In Ponce, cats to whom ho had fed this same beef had died from eating It. The cans had been received from the express company in General Miles' oMlce In the presenc...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 25 January 1899

RICHMOND NEWS LETTER The V. W.I. Cadets Will Likely Be Reinstated. MUCH SYMPATHY EXPRESSED Interesting Collection of Relies? Private Ruo D|?ebarced?Tso Con* tests in Night-Governor Tyler Will Attend Hnoquet at Newport Ncwa ns Gnest of Democratic 1'lnbs ?Capital Notes, (Special to Vlrginlan-Pllot.) Richmond, Va, Jan. 24.?Dr. Joseph W. Southall, Superintendent of Public Instruction, and Adjutant General Wil? liam Nolle, are in Lexington to attend the meeting there to-morrow of the Board of Visitors of the Virginia Mil? itary Institute, of which they are ex ofiicio members. General Nalle was at his home In Culpeper, and went on up to Lexington. The greatest Interest Is manifested regarding the result of the meeting of the board. "I'll Just bet you five dollars they tako those boys back," Baid a V. M. I. man to-day, who is also a Stale official. "Of course they will reinstate them. I do not know though that Gene? ral Shlpp will so recommend. I believe though, that even should he make no...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 25 January 1899

TUE flU) DOMINION Brief Items of Interest Picked Up Here and There. Reports received at the ofllee of La? bor Commissioner Montague show than, ?tha manufacturing; establishments in the State are In ti prosperous condition. With few exceptions these reports show thut the product of nearly all of the grUanu'factories in the State List year svere qu'ile satisfactory. The wages paid the operatives are fairly good and their condition compares favorably with those in States further North. ? The remains of Oapt. Thomns Rat cliffe, who died suddenly at Salisbury. Md., were taken to King George coun? ty for interment Monday, lie was 60 yoars odd, and owned the "Pop Castle" farm hi t'hat county. Mr. Joseph S. Jackson, of Orange county, died Sunday from the effects of a wound received in the late civil war. M'rs. S. M. Latham, mother of Mrs. E, Newman Eutoanks, Of Newport News, and Prof. Woodvllle Lathani, of New lYork, died in Washington Monday. J. R. Leech, of Collierst?wri, Hock itridge cou...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 25 January 1899

NORTH CAROLINA NEWS AND GOSSIP Gov. Russell's Removal of Railway Commissioners. THE CONFEDERATE VETERANS I inrr1r<l In A"?euibte. In I.nrge Nnm* her* l?> Form Ntate Association ? Trjrlou < ?> !tvrlrolnlor?stlii Fnrm or'a ai l"?iro-?iioulotr or Coiitcil crr?i? r, i/ iur-Ulli lo Protect cm II*'*3"r,?liig? of ItfillronUs. YBpeclaJ to Vlrglnlan-PlIot.) Raleigh. N. C, Jan. 24.?The Joint legislative committee will to-morrow evening lake up the ease of Governor Russell's removal or suspension of the Wilsons. Railway Commissioners. Major James w. Wilson made an ear? nest appeal to the commit lee lo not permit his case to be delayed any lotiRcr- Ho asks for a fair trial, which Governor Russell has for a year or more denied him. Governor Russell is the prosecutor. He has employed lliree attorneys to represent him. In some way a rumor has gained cur? rency that this Legislature will repeal the 8 tier cent. Interest law. There does not uppear to be the least proba? bility of such a ...

Publication Title: Virginian-Pilot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 25 January 1899

PORTSMOUTH LOCAL NEWS AND ADVERTISEMENTS PORTSMOUTH AND NORFOLK COUNTY What Virffinian-Pilot Rep? resentatives Hear Daily. GRIEF ITEMS OF INTEREST 1 ho Movement* of 1'copto In Avtimit llio Average Header is lud -r iMoi -llappciiiiiifi in i.ecui?Bin> litis?. Kvllseoua iiimI Snctii *'lr? ' rlcM A Forecast of J njiire Uveitis. Mr. Harney Lane lias been confined to Jils home on Soui!i .street since last Sat? urday with the Ktip. i Mr. Ghas. M. Wood, the fireman of the Independent steam engine Virginia, is iiuite sick at the engine house on South street with pneumonia. He was taken last Monday. Mr. Monroe Shannon is confined to Iiis home ?11 High street with a severe ai t. ok of the Kiip. .Mark Snyder, the man who lost his f'.ore house by Are in Scottsvllle Mon day morning early, was arraigned fore Justice MuyncU last night to an? swer the charges of disorderly candnot and Using prc-I inc language oil the i ub 11c highway. Constable Edwin E'lWott made i ii?? arr< st. A horse atta-l...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 25 January 1899

_PORTSMOUTH LOGflL Jj?jS fiND flDVERTfSEM&M" Siralgiit to me Paint is our Him to Fisass Our Gusioiners. ?Wo have? GUNS, BICYCLES. Loodcd Shells M Wk at the lowest market prices. W. N. WHITE, 108 High St., Portsmouth.Va. grind embroidery s?le, BEGINNING MONDAY, JANUARY 23d. S.r^Kt Yds. Cambric l?mbroldcry. on c outer counter, to be-sold at prices never heard of. S|>ccl?l good thing's at 5c, kc. and 10c. AndroscogRln Cottons, 6c. per yard, for Monday only. Each customer llin ited lo 10 yards. Ijargcsl stock of Val traces in city, from 16c. dos. to SI.CO. A full Uli? of White (io.ds in Plain and Plaids and Stripes. Itost lyor.sdale Cambric, 10c. curtain Mtutllns and Scrims from Dc. up. All tho leading Bleached and Brown Muslins ai lowest prices. BMMBTT DEANS, TERMS CASH. 320 HIGH STREET. $7.45 The Busy Scenes $7.45 ?0:1 our Clothing floor, speak volumes in favor of? Hones!, Legitimate Adverlising of Excellent Values. We renew our obligation io refund money to any one not thoroug...

Publication Title: Virginian-Pilot
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 25 January 1899

REVIEW OF MARKETS FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL Stocks, Hone;, Exchange, Bonds, Grain, Cotton, Provisions, Etc. New York, Jan. 21.?Enormous real ing and short sales to-day materially affected the quoted price of stocks. The dealings were in excess of a million and a third of shares, and at no time did tho prices of the hither valued railroad stocks reach yesterday's clos? ing llgures. Heavy sales In tho early dealings were cause partly by the low? er range of Londcvn quotations and there were numerous declines exceed? ing a point. A sharp upward move? ment followed, support being extended t? Michigan Cenltral, Union Pacific pre? ferred, General Electric, People's Gas, Manhattan and Missouri Paciilc. New Jersey Central, Tennessee Coal and Iron and Federal Steel common were also lifted. The trading element be? gan to sell freely as the effect of hea? vy profit taking was appreciated. The market ait first became dull as prices receded, bull the selling gradually as? sumed larger volume and ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 26 January 1899

J"i"uiuuiuniin ?m.im....... ....i.ii?. 1 I IN TWO PARTS. \ TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT f TT T TTTTTTTTTTT TTTTTTTT TTT* Til VOL. II-1STO. 00. Bimi mini i.i.iiiiii ah in i mrr tili uliilituMS t WEATHER FORECAST FOR TO-DAY j : winds NORFOLK AND VICINITV? E Fair; warmer; fresh to brisk south t KOKFOLK, VA., THURSDAY, J A "N17 A T? V 'J (?IS 0 O - - - T W III. V R lVV(ili>. THREE CENTS PER COPY. EAGAN COURT MARTIAL CONVENES The Commissary General Pleads Not Guilty. HE USES QUALIFYING WORDS Qnnliflentlon Does Not Relieve Conrt From NecrsnUy of Proving ?'?et? Alleged?'Ilie President's Promise or Immunity 10 tVItucvse? Testify., lug Before Investigating: CouimIs ? lon Relied Upon For Iranian Ity Drlvon Almost to Desperation by Hille?* Testimony nod Comments Tno Tealtinony Hegnn (By TelegTaph to Vlrglntan-rilot.) Washington, D. C, January 25.?The boated of army officers designatctl try 'the Seeretary of War to sit as a eourt murtlal In the case of B: lgad'er-General Charles P. Eagan. Commissary...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 26 January 1899

WAN T ElD_ WAXTRP. - A' BAND-SAW-FILER wants position; llftecn years cx werlencc: best of reference. Address VI LICK. Vlrglnlan-Pilot office._ -AlXTED. ? AN" EXPKR1 BNCEXB salesman; also a lady thoroughly experience for coat and suit department exclusively. Apply in writing. a.mls>, BtROWtNLEY & HORNTHAL._> T^\DlbfsT? MAKE SAMPLE PATCH I j ca at home: ?fi t<> Jio weekly; no canvassing; reply envelop? Ihr sample and particulars. FOSTER MACHINE CO.. 625 West Twenty-ninth fet.. New York._H_ ?7 ANTED?BY YOUNG MAN POS1 Y> tion of any kind. Has had experi? ence as Hork and salesman In mercantile house. Van rurnish good references. Ad drcss._''St. U.S.," this j>ffice._Jn2.'-3l? XRJ AiNTISD- BRIGHT, I NT E L LI OBNT V> Young Man. who means business and has ?7.'>t> cash, to represent number patented nrtlclc* in Eastern Virginia. Position pa v.* S2.0? yearly. Addrci "PATENTS." Vlrginian-Pllot. _Ja2i-2t ALADY OP THOROCOH EXPERI eneo wishes a situation as House? k...

Publication Title: Virginian-Pilot
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 26 January 1899

WEATHER REPORT. "Washington, D. C, January 25th. Forecast for Thursday: Virginia? Fair, followed by increasing cloudiness; fresh, southerly winds. North Carolina?Fair; light, variable winds. 'M ETEOUOLOC. ICAL DATA. Maximum Temperature. 61 Minimum Temperature. SO Normal Temperature. 40 Departure from normal.plus 10 Departure since Jan; 1st.plus 82 Kainfall in pa.st 24 hours.20 Rainfall since 1st of mouth.2.26 Mean humidity. T:t WEATHER. Fair; warmer; fresh to brisk South ?Lid?. CALENDAR. 6un rises, 7:11 a. in.; sets, r.:24 p. m. TIDES. Norfolk: High waiter, S:.r.6 a. m.. 9:23 p. m. Low water. 2:::s a. m.. 3:14 p. m. Old Point: High water, S:;;r. a. m.. 9:02 p. m. IAjw water, 2:17 a. m., 2:53 p. m. Dilti'. PAUL.?Vcsterday morning, at 9 o'clock, Mrs. ANNIE PAUL, uged 44 yearn. Her funeral will lake place at 2 o'clock Till? (Thursday) AFTERNOON from her lato residence. No. 36_ Virgile.i street, Herkley. DAiWHR?At .her residence. Nb. 57? Bute street. Wednesday, January 25th, 1899, at 1 ...

Publication Title: Virginian-Pilot
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 26 January 1899

VIRGINIAN - PILOT. ?BY THE? VIRGINIAN AND PILOT 1'UDLISIIING COMPANY. I OFf OLK VIRGINIAN AND DAILY PILOT. (Consolidated March, U9S.)_ Entered at the Poslofflce at Norfolk. Vo., ui second-class matter. OPP1CE: PILOT BUILDING. CITY 11 ALL. AVENUE, NORFOLK. VA. OFFICIOItS: A. H. GllANPT, President; M. GLfciNNAN. Vlce-Presldenti W. S. WILKINSON, Treasurer; JAMliS E. AL? LEN. Secretary. BOARD OF DIRECTORS: A. II. Grundy. M. Olennan, L D. Starke. Jr., T. W. .Shrlton. R. W. Shultlce. James E. Allen. D. F. Donovan. _ TH it ii. CUM ts PER <:oi'Y. SURSCRIPTION RATES: Tho VIRGINIAN-PILOT Is delivered to subscribers by carriers In Norfolk ami Vicinity, Portsmouth. Berkley. Suffolk. West Norfolk. Newport News, for 10 cents per week, payable to the carrier. By mall, to any place In tho United States, postage free: DAR.Y, ouo yrnr ... ?3.00 nix mnnlh? - - - S.O 1 liree montll* - - 1.50 *? one niniilh m *? ? ? .50 ADVERTISING! RATES: Advertise? ments inserted at the rate of 75 cent3 a Square. J...

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