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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 2 February 1899

THE NEWS FROM THE OLD NORTH STATE AND ITS CAPITAL,. OUR RALEIGH NEWS BUDGET What the Railroads Pay An? nually in Taxes. SIX PER. CENT INTEREST Flrat Sorlb Carolina Expect** Home From Culm In Muy-TIic EOsctfto? l.nn Practically completed - Tins "Jim trow" Cur Bill?Ma Appro? priation for Negro Snullurliuii ? Tlio Charter of Sow llcru Bcpcalcil Raleigh, X. C, Feb. I.?The railway | peoplo to-day prepared a statement | which shows that the railways now pay I J^O.OOO annually III taxes. They sa>*j the provision an lo malting corporations pay taxes on gross earnings Is really I aimed at the railway.-:, and proposes to i make them pay about $070,000 more In tuxes. It is now the- opinion at military headquarters here that the First. North Carolina regiment will return lu re from Cuba late In May for muster-out. SIX PER CENT. TO STAND. The decision of the majority in the Legislature to let Cue 0 tier cent. Inter? est rate stand was fully expected. In tact, any opposition to that ra...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 2 February 1899

PORTSMOUTH LOCAL NEWS AND ADVERTlSEMEiNTS PORTSMOUTH AND NORFOLK COUNTY What Virginian-Pilot Rep? resentatives Hear Daily. BRIEF ITEMS OF INTEREST 5bo Movement* of I'coplo In Whom Ihn Avrnieo Heilder In luier filcd-HnpiicnlDSi In Legal ?Btia Inrii, Kcllsooua null Noclnl <lr? din a l'orcciusi or I'niuro l.VL'IlIH. Those looking for a nicely located front room with hath, will find What they want In this issue. Captain T. N. Hartman, of Louis? ville, Ky., was in the city yesterday for u few hours. He is looking up a place to Buit him In which to reside some? where in this section. Major J. B. M. Wright has returned from Baltimore, where he has been for two weeks at .the bedside of Iiis aged mother, lie ieft her in a much better condition than when he reached her. The physician, however, informed MaJ. "Wright on his leaving Baltimore, that be might be called back at any. mo? ment, as his mother may pass away ot any moment. Tom need, alias "Fllnk" Reed, for drunkenness was sen...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 2 February 1899

PORTSMOUTH LOGAL NFWS ?ND ADVERTISEMENTS. Continued. REDUCTION IN SILK CAPS, 50c. CAPS, 39c; 25c. CAPS, 19c Ladies' High Neck and Long Sleeve Ribbed Vest, 10c. 50c. Ribbed Vests reduced to 43c. 35c. All-Wool Sacque Flannels, 25c. Bobnet for Ladies' Ties, 32, 36 and 37 inch wide, 20c. to 50c. per yard. Cheapest line of?Cambnc Embroideries in the city. Sole agent for the celebrated Telegram Skirt Binding. EMMETT JOKiVcVS, TERMS CASH. 320 HIGH STREET. _ ?NOTHING BUT? Drop Steel Forgings ?are used in the? BICYCLES we sell. IS99 models are now ready. We have adopted a new plan by which we HELP YOU PAY FOR YOUR BICYCLE. Come and see us for particulars. W. N. WHITE. 108 High St., Portsmouth. Va. WAX CANDEBS ?FOR? CHNDLEM?S DRY. Those wishing to buy Wax Candles for Candlemas Day can find them at JOSEPH A. PARKER'S, WHOLESALE GROCER,_Corner of Crawford and Columbia streets TO CLOSE OUT The Balance of Our Broken Lines of This Season's Best Sellers we will Sell This Week Only MEN'S WINTER SUIT...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 2 February 1899

REVIEW OF MARKETS FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL Stocks, Money, Exchange, Bonds, Grain, Cotton, Provisions, Etc. N iw York, Fob. 1. Many specialties made sharp advances to-day while the changes lit the railroads were rather mixed. Interest centered largely in low priced stocks, as Is Bhown by the dealings ol 06,000 shares In Texas Pa? cific and 40,000 In Denver and Rio Grande, which made extreme advanci of 2 points ea"< h. Atehlaon preferred, which of lato has been a bear target, made an ad van.i about -' points oh transactions of 100,000 shares, Among tln> other stt.eig stocks were <'. c, t". an I St. Louis, l>''s Molnes and Fort! Dodge. Manhattan, M ddle and Ohio, Lake Erie and Western and Twin City Rapid Transit, which mad - average) advances of 2 points aside from the last nientl'med, which rose ?*? and lost half ot is. n..\\ v.irk. New Huven and Hartford advanced six points, ami Now York Air Brake after nil initial break of four points, ros...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 4 February 1899

y****UltllllllHiiiiiiiiiitmittiit Uli uiAlg 3 IS Pages| 3< IN TWO PARTS. ! VOL. II?NO. IDT. NORFOLK, VA., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY yanniininmnniiiuiinii>i7iniinilllll??'l[ 3 WEATHER FORECAST FOB TO-DAY I NORFOLK AND VICINITY"? 5 Fair and colder; fresh to brisk P 3 winds, becoming northw?st. THREE CENTS PER COPY. THE STC'CNSOtf THE TEMPEST IN THS SAMOAN TEAPOT. Tf i' fi :i. n between American antl Oermnn ofllclnla in Samon seems to hnve reached n very erltirnl stage. Cblef .tu3tlc" iVllllam I.. ChHinbers. an Amerl an. who holds his p. .-i:i<>n as the appointee i>r the governments of the 1'nlted tltnlas, Germany and Grcnt Britain, rec ntly ti:; ?! nnd sentenced i" Imprisonment a German who smashed the windows of lho supremo court building, whereupon Ur, Baffel, the German president of the inunlclpnl council at Apia, liberated *.h.> prisoner. Justice Chambers Increased the line to $1,000. which drew forth n protest from Heir H...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 4 February 1899

LOST. LOST DOG.?IRISH SETTER, FE male reddish brown over body, white under nock and breast. Answers name. Brownie. Howard or $5.00 for return to 223 York street._ fe2-tt OST.? A~PK.MAIaB POX TERRIER; bedy entirely white: yellow spots over each eye. Reward If left at SCS Free mason street. fe2-:U _W A NTED._ Til XPERIBNOED SALESMAN DK JJJ stri s position; would prefer dry Roods or Clothing store; go ..1 reference. Ad? dress "W.," care Virginian-Pilot. fel-3t* WAN'IBI). ? AN KXPEIUENM 5BO furniture and carpet man, espec? ially one. to make and lay carpets. Apply to j. A. BUXTON & CO., -12 2Mb str.-h, Newport News, Va, _It WANTED, - TO BUY A KM A LL farm; must have buildings and m-ir Norfolk Address FARM, this ofllec. fc4-2t* WANTED.?TO 11 E nt NICE FFR nlshed room in best locality; all conveniences. Reference required and given. Address P. O. Box HS. City. fetit f_ Want !?: 1 >"?A" I'M ' k nu s11 El7 1IOUSH suitable for boarding and lodging, on reasonable terms;...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 4 February 1899

WEATHER REPORT. Washington. Feb. 3.?Weather fore? cast for Saturday: Virginia?Rain, followed by clearing; colder In Western portion; southerly ?winds, shifting to brisk northwesterly. North Carolina?Rain, followed by clearing; colder; brisk southerly winds, shifting to northwesterly. ? .-i ' NorrolK nml Vicinity. WEATHER FORECAST FOR TO-DAY. Fair and colder; fresh to brisk south? west winds, becoming northwest. CALENDAR. Sun rises at 7:04 a. in. and sets at 3:3t P- UK l(<; ; , Jj _ .. J-. i - It ? TIDES. Norfolk?High water, .1:11 a. m. and 3:21 p. m.j low water, 9:34 a. m. and 9:29 p. m. Old Point?High water. 2:00 a. m. and 3:00 p. m.; low water, 9:13 a. m. and 9:0S p. m. ?METEOROLOGICAL DATA. Maximum temperature . 02' Minimum temperature . 40 Normal temperature . 43 Departure from normal .plus 8 Departure since Jan. 1st .plus 17 Rainfall in past 21 hours .OS Rainfall since 1st of month.1?5 Mean humidity . 9S mi; n. TKTTS.? At Lcako Comfort. HvHe county, N. C. January 31s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 4 February 1899

?DT TUE? .VIRGINIAN AND IM EOT PUBLJ.SH.ING COMl'AiNY._ LORFOLK VIRGINIAN AND DAILY PILOT. (Consolidated March. 1S95.)_ Entered at the Rostofnca at Norfolk. ya.., as second-class mailer. OFFICE: PILOT BUILDING. CITY HALL AVENUE. NORFOLK. VA. OFEICEBS: A. H. GRANDY, President; M. GLENN AN. Vlcc-I'resldent; W*. S. WILKINSON, Treasurer; JAMES E. AL? LEN. Secretary. BOARD OE DIRECTORS: A. H. Grandy. M. Glennan, L. 1). Starke. Jr., T. W. Sheiton. H. W. Bhultlce, James E. AJI?n. D. F. Donovan. _ TURKKCKKTK I'KRCOt'I, SUBSCRIPTION RATES: The VIRGIN1AN-PI1X)T Is delivered to Subscribers by carriers In Norfolk and Vicinity. Portsmouth, Berkley. SufTolk. West Norfolk. Newport News, for 10 cents per week pavable to tbe carrier. By mall, to any place in tho United Slates, postage free: DAILY, ?11? year - ?5.00 - ?ix months - - - s.o *? throe months ? ? l?SO " one month ? ? ? ?SO ADVERTISING RATES: Advertise? ments Inserted ut the rale of 75 cents a Equar?. first Insertion; each subsequent inser...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 4 February 1899

DESCRIPTION OF THE PHILIPPINES As Seen By Two U. S. Naval Officers. DISAGREEABLE TRAVELLING What They Snw of Conulry nnd Poo. pie on Their Long Journey nnd flow They Were liccelved by Kpme Uli Officials nt mtrcreut Points? Spanish Prlnoiinra ? Checked by MfianUh ( oloncl. Washington, Jan. 2S.?The clearest and most accurate picture of conditions as they exist In the Interior of the great island of Luzon, tho largest of tho Philippine group, with an area equalling that of the State of Virginia, that has yet been presented lo the official eye, is that ?et out In a report made to the Navy Department of the tour of two young American naval offi? cers. Paymaster W. D. Wilcox and Ca? det R. L. Sargent, officers of Dewey's fleet This recital'of the hitherto un? known characteristics of the Island be? yond the limits of Manila, and a few of the more Important of the Luzon ports, with its glimpses of the military con? ditions, the dilllculties that lie in the way of the explorer, tho habits o...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 4 February 1899

STATEMENT FROM FILIPINO J?NTA _t ?v Aguiiialdo Has Released Spanish War Prisouers. IT WAS AN ACT OF GRACE Spanish Imposition <>r l'oll Tax I n. forrctl by Americans Willi Novcr> Itjr?ltlliliornl Practice* l'cmiittcfl niiil Abuses.'oi Customs Cimso Itp? moral17.:?? ton ? Honlla Filipinos Itiitlgiiuut. (By Telegraph to Virginian-Pilot.) Hong Kong, Feb. 3.?The Filipino Junta herd ha* Issued the following statement: ''Simultaneously with the proclama? tion of th.> republic Aguinaldo released the Spanish war prisoners as an act of glare. "The Spanish imposition of tbo poll tax Is enforced by the Americans with greater severity. Formerly the poorest paid and the 1 i. li Now the low? est pay ?:> and the rich Sioo. which Is greatiy exasperating th<- people. "Gambling, cock lighting, bribing, squeezing, and the American nbttscs of the customs are causing demoraliza? tion. The Spanish corrupt; despotic system seems to he the mo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 4 February 1899

NEWS FROM RICHMOND AND OTHER PARTS OF VIRGINIA. RICHMOND NEWS BUDGET Record Breaking Year in the Public Schools. SUPERINTENDENT SOUTHALL Speaks EutliiiNlnmlcully or Their l'ro?ciil ami Fnlnro-'l iro Delcjrn? tlonn From Newport New? Full Dpa on iho tiovcriior? I'rIsoner I'm K r 11 lo Utah-Mr. Dejiiriicllo Appoint, ed asm.,nun District IL S. Attorney (Special to Virginian-Pilot.) Richmond, Va., Fcb, 3.?Reports re? ceived at the ofllce of the Superinten? dent of Public Instruction Indicate that this Is to be a record breaking year In the history of the public school system of Virginia. "The reports thus far received are not of a character to show the average at? tendance accurately," said Dr. J. W. Southall, Superintendent of Public In? struction, to-day, "but it is believed to be considerably larger than in preced? ing years. I have visited a great many counties of the State during the fall and winter and have been in very many BChools- 1 find In many instances the attendance much Inc...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 4 February 1899

THE NEWS FROM VIRGINIA CONTINUED FROM PAGE SEVEN. TUE OLD DOMINION ? t r ?- , r\ Brief Items of Interest Picked Up Here and There. I rf~' - ? ?>~ The many oyster vessels which were so numerous on the Potomac earlier In the season, have disappeared to a great extent, notwithstanding the oysterlng season does not close for nearly three months. This is due not only to the scarcity of oysters, but to the heavy tax and the stringent laws regarding culling, which cause the business to be much less remunerative than In former years. Mormon ciders are on a missionary tour through some sections of the Northern Nock. Dr. F. F. Ninde, treasurer of King George county, and Miss Ducy Pratt Ash ton, daughter of the ilate Lewis A. Ash ton, were married Wednesday night at. Waterloo, the home of the bride, In that county. Mr. Samuel Lcland Chinn, a former resident of Fredericksburg, died recent? ly aL Colorado Springs. Mr. John G. Ross, a well-known car? penter of Richmond, died Thursday n...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 4 February 1899

the; news from the old north~st?te and its capital. THE STATE LEGISLATURE News Gathered in Capital City of Raleigh. WILL ADJOURN FEBRUARY 25TH Another Sleeting Next v<> >r Very Probable ? Fertilizer*? Tlio Ntnfc DIhioiiiii ? Crlmliml insane ? I?or tion of Frniiclilao Anten tint out Ap? proved by Cnucne-Agnlust Expnu* slim Mule Pritou, (Special to Vlrglnlan-Pllot.) Halclgh, N. C, Feb. 3.?The decision of the Democratic caucus that the leg? islative session shall end February 2'<\.h, was not unexpected. The argument was made long ago that It might be very necessary for tho Legislature to meet again In 1900. In case there was any trouble regarding the franchise amend? ment to the Constitution, which Is to be voted on in August of that year. The Legislature is entitled to sit CO days. By adjourning, or rather taking u recess. February '23th, it will have about two weeks of remaining life. It may be that the adjourned session will not be necessa...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 4 February 1899

PORTSMOUTH LOCAL. NEWS AND ADVERTISEMENTS PORTSMOUTH ?ND NORFOLK COUNTY What Virginian-Pilot Rep? resentatives Hear Daily. BRIEF ITEMS OF INTEREST Ihr ltovrniiMiii of I'eoplo tu Wimm ttiti A i ernte Itrailor Ii liltrr CHlcU ? Happening* lu I.ogitl?ItIIif lUi'hk, Kcl l?coii?i mill fioclnl t ir clra a Forecast or I'uiuro l.vrii ta. Rev. L. B. Betty requests the mem hers of Monumental Church, who were not present last Sunday, and who In? tend to Bend in a contribution for the payment of the debt on the Sunday B< hool room, to send in their envelopes next Sunday, as the payments of the notes was deferred for one week. Rev. Krank Hall has returned from his trip to Bellfleld, where he con? ducted a successful meeting. Rev. Chas. Corbett returned to his home in Northampton county yester? day. Rev. Mr. Beadle* will not 1>e able to ill! his pulpit to-morrow on account of sickness. Mr. J. B. Parker advertises In this Is? sue for persons who have merchandise that they lef...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 4 February 1899

PORTSMOUTH ADVERTISEMENTS. _t_[Continued."]_ FOR ONE WEEK ONLY ! flno Men's Suit in our Window, worth double: the money. Biggest thing ever offered?see them. Big Gut in Children's Clothing, to close out balance of Winter Stock. UNDERWEAR AND SHIRTS BELOW COST. NEW YORK CLOTHING CO., (THE LEADING HOUSE OF PORTSMOUTH ) 214 HIGH STREET. PORTSMOUTH. VA. McKinley Has a Rod In Pickle for BaipMl, and lias cordially invited him into the woodshed. There is a rod In pickle for every oni that neglects 10 protect their properly by Insurance*, which they will Und sooner or Inter, und when they lensl ex|K>ol It. Insure In the Seabsard Piro Insurance Company, the only home company in Tidewater Vir? ginia. Instead of screaming "liar" Von may be screaming "fire," And i policy on the Seaboard, is something you will desire, E. L. DASHIELL, Agent 410 Crawford Street, j:t2.) t-2m Portsmouth, Va. REDUCTION IN SILK C?PS, 50c. CAPS, 39c; 25c. CAPS, J9c Ladies' High Neck and Long Sleeve Ribbed Ve...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 4 February 1899

REYIEW OF MARKETS FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL Stocks, Money, Exchange, Bonds, Grain, Cotton, Provisions, Etc. New York", Feb. 3.?Stock values re- | reived a b< i'cre test to-day. the mnr ket at one time bordering on tUe jr.n Icky stage through the enormous out pouring of si n k from professional and commission house sources, but the day left nit" with Irregular changes of a fraction cither way, with the tone strong. Before tin* opening it was ar? gued that yesterday's market showed that a reaction was under way, but it ?was contend! d that the forces resisting a decline. In the absence of extremely unfavorable news would not likely' nl low prices to rec (do v iry tar. The :m Fcncc of decided tone to the early mar? ket was In part due t ? the expresst?n of ] a prominent bull leader that the mar? ket had a tired look, but the people did not Know what to do with their money, and If the market resisted a ?week <>r two one per cent. >money would b...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 5 February 1899

'"""Ulli U?l .minimum IlllUlUf 3 IG I?ei.fj;e>?= r'lu:mmm?i.?lH WEATHER FORECAST FOR TO DAY f \ NORFOLK AND VICINITY--- ? i Fair and colder? winds becoming | 3 briik northwest. t 3 _ JC M TT FT T TTT T ?* ? T rr 1 T TTTT TTTT T TTT T T TT TTT T TTT TT TTT T T T T T? VOL. II. NO. 108. PRICE THREE CENTS. AGUIMLDO'S ENLARGED CLAIM Agoncillo, His Representa? tive, Again Heard From. THE SITUATION AT MADRID 'I bo President of llio I'liillppluc Con? feiloriilloii Kuw Assert* III* Tille to All of Philippine. Group? tmini oln Cable Company IMsnllowcd? ?. pan Lit Ministry of Colonies to lie Abolished. (By Telegraph to Vlrglrilan-Pitot.) Washington. D. C., Feb. 4.?Aguln aldo lias broadened his claims, or at least his agent here, Agoneillo, has done so for him. in another one of the, series of communications which he has addressed to the State Department, Aguinaldo asserts his Jurisdiction to all of the Philippine group. This Is a notable extension, as here? tofore there was nothing ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 5 February 1899

JLOST. OST, DOG.? FDMiAEE FOX TRU * rler, white body one fide of head and both eai-a reddish tan; eyes large. Ro ijrard for Information or retain to 2?>S {Freemason street, Old Phono 849. *T. OST 1XKJ-?IRISH SETTER, FE ?Li male, reddish brown over body, white Under neck and breast. Answers name (Brownie. Reward of J5.0O for return t< 823 York street. fe2-tl w BOARDERS. ANTED iHOARDERS AT 131 West Bute street. fe5-3t* TWO GENTLEMEN CAN SECURE good board: convenient location; With bnth. Address A. B. C. Virginian Pilot, City._fet-3f "EWU' FURNISHED ROOMS, SIN Kle and double, with good table Ira; Kith, pas. heat and all otln r con (Vemleaces; terms moderate: transients gLOoonimcdalcd. 004 Freemason .street. fc3-3t* . PLEASANT FURNISHED ROOM with or without board, at 241 Church Street, opposite St. Caul's Church. JaH-lm* FOR RENT. Trjl OR RENT. ? NICE FCRXISH E I > JtJ room In best locality; all oohvcn Rnees. Reference required an<l given. Add...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 5 February 1899

WEATHER REPORT. Washington. D- ?C. Feb. 4, 1893. ! Forecast for Sunday: For Virginia?Increasing cloudiness; possibly rain In southwest portion; Xresh northeasterly winds. For North Carolina?Cloudy weather, with ruin in western portions; colder by night in western portions; fresh to brisk easterly winds. Norfolk and Vicinity _C II WEATHER FORECAST FOR TO-DAY. Fair nnd colder; winds becoming brisk northwest. CALENDAR. Sun rises at 7:30 n, m. and sets at f>p. in. TIDES. Norfolk?High water, 4:17 a. m. and 4:27 p. m. Low water, 10:41 a m. and 10:4fi p. m. Old Point?High water. 3:5G a. m. and 4:06 i). m. Low water, 10:20 a. m. and 10:2? p. m. METEOROLOGICAL DATA. Maximum temperature . Bfl Minimum temperature . 44 Normal temperature . 41 ^Departure from normal .plus it Departure since January 1st ..plus 31 Rainfall in past 24 hours.40 Rainfall since 1st of month .62 Mean humidity . 96 J. J. GRAY, Observer. Monuments and Gravestones. The selection of a suitable memorial in marble...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 5 February 1899

(VIRGINIAN AND PILOT PUBUSHING COMPANY. NORFOLK VIRGINIAN AND DAILY PILOT. (Consolidated March. 1S0S.) Entered at the Postofnce at Norfolk, iVa., as second-class matter. OFFICE: PILOT BUILDINO. CITY IIALL AVENUE, _NORFOLK. VA._ OFFICERS: A. H. GRANDY; President"; M. GLENN AN. Vlcc-Presld. nI: W. S. WILKINSON. Treasurer; JAMES E. AL? LEN, Secretary. BOARD OF DIRECTORS: A. H. Grandy M. Glennan, L. D. Starke, Jr.. T.XV. Shelton. R. \V. Shulllcc, James E. Allen, D. F. Donovan. _ T1IKKK C'KKTS I'KRCOIT. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: The VIRGINIAN-PILOT Is delivered to subscribers by carriers In Norfolk nn.i vicinity Portsmouth, Berkley. Suffolk. West Norfolk, Newport News, for 10 cents per week pavuble to the carrier. By mall, to any place In the United States, postage free; ?AII.Y, ouo year - - B.VOO ?? six iiioiitln - - - .1-0 llireo mouths *? - l.-^o w one uioutlt ?- ? ? ?30 ADVERTISING RATES: Advertise? ments Inserted nt the rale of 75 cents n. Square, first Insertion; each subsequent insertio...

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