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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 7 February 1899

THE NEWS FROM THE OLD NORTH STATE AND ITS CAPITAL OUR RALEIGH ' NEWS BUDGET Chairman Simmons* Views on Franchise Amendment. FAYETTEVILLE DISPENSARY J Iii' Ki'jjro Toto In t'liiiiberluiitl Cotin? i.v n Trniililcioiiiv . factor?K?o|ier of the Capital '.ut Dcrtth'? Door? E.-ainluulioii tor Mccnmo to I'ruc* lieu I.nw?Scciio nt nAi'uro tun era! ?Scpurnte' dir J.utv. Ralclgli, N. C, Feb. C?There Is an effort to have the rate of taxation on gross receipts of Insurance companies Increased to 3 per cent. It I? now 2 per cent. The movement is causing quite a stir among the insurance men. The House Committee on Insurance has taken Willard's Insurance bill as a ba? sis for a new Insurance law, and will utilize parts of it. The funeral of Mr. William Muntord] Boyton wan held here yesterday after? noon, from Christ Church. The rainfall is excessive. It has been a rainy winter. In fact, 60 much rain fell In the autumn as to seriously Inter? fere with tho sowing of small grain. Wheat In this sectio...

Publication Title: Virginian-Pilot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 7 February 1899

B-TSMOUTH LOCALTnEWS AN"D~~?DVERTiSEIVTt^ PORTSMOUTH AND NORFOLK COUNTY What Virginian-Pilot Rep? resentatives Hear Daily. E RIEF ITEMS OF INTEREST ihr Movement? <>? People lu Wbom Ihr ,?vcr KenUcr li liuor mlril? Iluppeillllit? III Legal? Kut in?-??, K??tlg*oti? nnrt Social *ir. rli'N A Forecast of l'u iure I vriitn. Mr. Carroll l>? :i;iv is quite sick at his home, on Court street. Those wli<> desire a treat should go to the Court Street Bnptlst Church to? night and liear Ralph Ringham. The entertainment Is given for a good cause. See change In Mr. W. N. White's "ad " in this Issue. Thursday w;:i bo Chinese New Year. All tie- Chinamen in this city will have u big time. The l. hrd of Health continues to meet weekly. Miss Nellie Jnmlson, of Baltimore, who has b ti visiting in the city, re? turned to her home last night. The condition 6( Mr. Grant yesterday was much nripro\ d. Mr. John Scott went to Elizabeth City yesterdny on business. He will return to-day. Tin- Febru...

Publication Title: Virginian-Pilot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 7 February 1899

PORTSMOUTH LOCAL NEWS ?ND ADVERTISEMENTS. Continued. FOR ONE WEEK ONLY ! flno wen'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 BTREKT. PORTSMOUTH. VA. and have us show you recently improved BICYCLES that are absolutely perfect. Easy running, strongly built and light in weight. These three essentials and a guarantee are what we have to offer you at the price of an unreliable wheel. Special terms,-if desired. Our new plan by which we help you pay for a wheel is working like a charm. Come and see us. W. N. WHITE, 108 High St., Portsmouth, Va. The Best Always the Cheapest! High quality at low prices our persistent aim?and our people are not slow to recognize that for perfection in MEN'S WINTER SUITS AND OVERCOATS ! Unequalled Values. Specials for this week. Regular Goods. Advance ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 7 February 1899

REVIEW OF MARKETS FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL Stock', WoB6y, Exchange. Bonds, Grain, Cotton, Provisions, Etc. New York, Feb. 6.?Stock prices were extremely variable to-day bin ended With only fractional net changes, the n.ajoiity of which were upward. Many conflicting reports reached the street us to the probabilities of the conllr inat on or teJeUl u > f the Spanish peace treaty, and these were Instrumenta in sway:::;; values. The llrst effect of the uprising at Manila was disturbing, blocks opened below London parity, und there were soon material declines In a number of cases. Lake Erie- and Western preferred dipped ,">:>i. Southern Pacific, 3% and numerous other shares to tlie extent of a point or more. To? bacco ran off '-'b and later extended its decline to over six points on the an? nouncement that a rival company had absorbed an Important Independent concern. London sold about 15,000 shares of stock. Traders bought on the decline and prices improved. Although dealings w...

Publication Title: Virginian-Pilot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 8 February 1899

iiiiiiiiii....iiilli Uliig C I / E { IN TWO PARTS. ! ,1 ? TTTTTTTrTTTTTTf tttt?tt? tt??t VOL. II?NO. 110. rUIIIUIUIIIIUIIl WEATHER FORECAST FOR TO-DAY NORFOLK, VA., WKDNKSDAY, FEBBUAKY 8, 18i)!)-TWi:LVK PAUMS NORFOLK AND VICINITY? g Fair and colder; fresh north winds, t r ..... T.TT.TTtTTTTTTTTTt TTTTTTTTrrrrtTTTTVTr? THREE CENTS PEB COPY. AMERICANS IN COMPLETE CONTROL Filipinos Routed, Horse, Foot! and Dragoons. AMERICAN LINES EXTENDED A Day of Excitenent at the War Department FILIPINOS TERRIBLE LOSS Driven ltpytiiKl Manila ?>}- llurTroop* ? Women Willi < lopiii il Hnlr und AH I red In Men's Clothes Mr-til In HieltniiMS Willi Hielt- Co it Ii tri? men- Fing* <>i Trnee Violated American I'iiymlclmi Brutally Mnnlorcil mul Mutilated a Wtiler Famine Averted?Agnlnnida lie N|>oii?ll>le S'nr llie a Hueli fpon Onr N?>l?licr?i - He Order? Thal Peace mul Friendly Kelntleiia Willi llie Ailit>rienim lie ISrok u (P.y Telegraph to Virglnla-PUoL) Washington, 1>. ?'., Kei...

Publication Title: Virginian-Pilot
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 8 February 1899

FOUND. F If, OUXD.- rXMN-TEK r>OG. WHITE ij under body, white stripe down fore bead; color, reddish brown. Owner can apply at Cottage Toll Bridge- and ?et .the dog. _Te7-3t LOST. r OST-ON STEAMER LOUISE OR Ij between the I/oulse landing und the Aiont'.eeiio hotel, card case containing fortv-two dollars. 1 I/. A. W. membership ticket and visiting cards. Kinder will Please h ave It with THE MONT1CBLILO I WHEEL CO, M ntlecllo Building. Nor? folk, Ya, and receive reward._1C_ T OST DOO.?IRISH SETTER, FE-I J i male reddish brown over body, white Under neck and breast. Answers name Urewn'e. Reward of ?."?.00 for return to l'..':. York street. fe2-tf BOARDERS. ,7 ANTIC I > . - HOARDERS West Rute slri et. PLEASANT FURNISHED ROOM with or without hoard, at 211 Church street, opposite St. Paul's Church. Jalt-lm* AGENTS WANTED. WANTED?SALESMEN A NO COL Icctors to work In the cltV and country. Apply to the SINGER MANU? FACTURING CO., 2v.i and fell Church st.. Norfolk Va . or 407 Court stree...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 8 February 1899

WEATHER REPORT. Washington. D. c. Feb. 7. 1899. Forecast for Wednesday: For Virginia?Snow In northwest; rain in southeast portion, followed by fair; brisk northeasterly winds becom? ing northwesterly. For North Carolina?Kaln, followed in the Interior by fair; fresh to brisk northerly winds becoming brisk north? westerly. Norfolk nnii Vicinity* WEATHER FORECAST FOR TO-DAY Fair and colder; fresh north wind. CALENDAR. Sun rises at 7:00 a. m. and sets at ?">:i5S p. m. TIDES. Norfolk?High water, 7:1S a. m. and 7:50 p. m. Low water, 0:62 a. in. und 1M0 p. m. Old Point -High water. r,;.-,7 a. m. and 7:2!? p. m. Low water. 0::il u. m. and 1:19 p. m. METEOR?LOGICAL DATA. Maximum temperature . 34 Minimum temperature . 32 Normnl temperature . 42 Departure from normal .minus ;i Departure Blnce January 1st ...plus 111 Rainfall In past 24 hours.70 Rainfall since 1st of month .2.:i? Mean humidity . 100 J. ,r. CRAY, Observer. Ill KD. TYNAN.-In this city, at the rCSldenCQ of her mother, No. lut' ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 8 February 1899

VIRGINIAN-PILOT. -UY THE? VIRGINIAN AND PILOT PUBLISHING COMPANY. I I'M OLK VIE6IKI.il AND DAILY PILOT. (Consolidated March. 131)_ Eutci'.d at the Postofflca at Norfolk, Ytti, as second-class matter. OFPICK: PILOT BUtLDINO, Cl'l ^ HALL AVENUE, NORFOLK, VA. OFFICEItS: A 11. QRANDY, President; >l. Gl.KNNAN. Vice- President: W. s. WILKINSON Treasurer; JAMES E. A!. LBN, Secretary. HO AHL? . .;? DIRECTORS: A. H. Gru ly. M. i tennan, L. I>. Starke. Jr., T W, Shclton. It \V. SllUltlce, James E. Allen, U. !?' Donovan. Til iti:K? < v r, I'Kit t:oi?T. SUSSCRirTION RATES'. The VI HC IN I .*. N-PI1 iOT !s delivrrcd to subscribers I? carriers In Norfolk ami v'elr.lty Poit?m nth, Berkley, Suffolk, Went Norfolk, Newport News, for 10 cents r'i week payable to the carrier. B) malt, lo any placo in the United Stales, postage <r. ??: UA1I.V, on* yritr - ?5 no ?* ?im lunutii? - - a on ? Ihrer mo Ulli? - - I..10 *? on<* mouth ? o ? .."><> ADVERTISING ItATK.S: Advertise? ments Ins...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 8 February 1899

ItKAt I 1 8 l I, KKW IIOAT. VIGILANT WILL BE PUT ON OCEAN VIEW UOUTE. The magnificent steel twin screw propeller Vigilant has been purchased by the Norfolk and Ocean View Rail Way Company to ply between Old Point Comfort and terminus of the Norfolk and Ocean View railway at Wllloughby pier. The lower deck has ladies' saloon aft. with toilet rooms, side saloons and purser's otllee, the floors of which are handsomely carpeted and the compart? ments are furnished with plush furni? ture with mahogany frames. The toilet rooms have basins of Tennessee marble, with nickel trimmed fixtures. There Is a commodious stair case of hardwood leading from lower saloon to upper saloon aft an fore of boat. The upper saloon Is enclosed with plate glass win? dows, giving; an uninterrupted view from within at bow and stern, and on the sides of this deck are open decks for those wishing to enjoy the open air. This saloon has hardwood polished floor and Is furnished In rattan, with plenty of comfortable c...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 8 February 1899

THE PHILIPPINES IN THE SENATE No Vote Reached on Declar tory Resolution. HUMAN AND LODGE SPEAK I he Month Cnrolliia Senator Declares Thai the only Ncluilllo l.ori or ilia Constitution is itio Treaty .ilnkiu: dann? A Characteristic Speech Mr. Lodge Replica Ili-lcliy ? Liit Itcmunul of UinqunliUcntlou. (Fiy Telegraph to Virginlan-Piloc.) Washington, Feb. '>?? For two hours or more tin Senate to-day had the reso? lution declaratory of a policy of this Government In the Philippines under dlacussion, but no vote was reached, anil the resolution wen; finally to the calendar, in accordance with notice given lest evening Mr. Tlllman (Demo? crat,. South Carolina) addressed the Semite upon the resolution, making a characteristic and picturesque argu? ment. ? Mr. l.oilce (Republican, Mass.) fol? lowed with a strong reply to Mr. Tlll? man, in which he stated (dearly and directly the conditions as they con? fronted the United States in the Phil? ippines. Mit. TII.UMAX'S SPEECH. Mr. Tillman sa...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 8 February 1899

NEWS FROM RICHMOND AND OTHER PARTS OF VIRGINIA. RICHMOND NEWS AND GOSSIP Claim For Collection of Di? rect Tax Fund. CONVICTS PLEA FOR PARDON A |t illicit I Ion Tor Negro n?y?i In lite Peulteutlnry - Heeling or NIM? ItoitrU ol Education - l>r. Cooper AMhtitin QMMrhntltia OfJtcer ?i Newport News- Nnurew? tonn mittirr?. (Special to Vlrglnlan-PHot.) Richmond. Va.. Feb. 7.?Claim has been made for $45.000 alleged to be due on the part of Virginia for the col? lection of the Interest tax fund paid by citizens of this State just after the close of the war between the States, Governor Tyler to-day received a let? ter from Mr. Kills Moran, of Baltimore, asking information on the subject. He stated In his letter that his father, the late Dr. J. J. Moran, had entered Into nn agreement with Governor Holllday whereby the former was to receive $25,000 for collecting the direct tax fund due Citizens of Virginia. Mr. Moran states that Ills father devoted many y. dra' work to the collection of thi...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 8 February 1899

THE NEWS FROM VIRGINIA CONTINUED FROM PAAR SEVEN. ROANOKE Items of Interest From the Magic City. Now Ulirti school Iliilltllnc Openpd Tbo Oldest linn Vlr*lnl??Big Lumber J?enl CoiiimmninleU 11) LjHChburcitril-niril 111 nnllunl. Hoanoke, Vn? Feb. 7.?This city open ad Its splendid new high school building yesterday. It Is thorough in Its equip? ment and quite an ornament. It is constructed of brick and stone, and, ?upon the whole, Is perhaps one of the best buildings of Its character in the State. OLDEST IN* VIRGINIA. The Kvening World has the follow? ing to say of Aaron Washington, col? ored, who la In the service of Dr. John D. Scott, of this city. There Is little doubt that Aaron is the oldest person in Virginia. He was born In Louisiana In ITHS, a few miles above New Orleans, and 1? hale and hearty yet. Ho has been an Inveterate user of liquor and tobacco all his lite (there Is no moral in this^ ami cm jump over Dr. Scott's horse with the agility of a circus man. The cycles of tim...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 8 February 1899

THE NEWS FROM THE OLD NORTH STATE AND ITS CAPITAL, SEEN AND HEARD IN RALEIGH Otho Wilson Expresses Him? self as Satisfied. THE GOVERNOR'S TESTIMONY Druggist Will Protect Agninnt n Pro? limi'il I.iih ?null "i ?? II Known Hau ? Addlllonnl Apportionment Scliool Fitutls?I'oycttevlllo IMs pousnry ,*(lvofnlo? ? < Iturlor it Train?A Day'" Legislation, Raleigh, N. C, Feb. 7.?Otho .Wilson returned on the early morning train und slated that the Governor's charges against Major Wilson and himself, were not sustained. He said the charges ugainst him with reference to the Round Knob Hotel were disapproved by Ihe Governor's own witnesses, and the charge about the eatlnghousc was disproved by parties who hail run the hotel Drlor to Mrs. Wilson. He raid nothing was disclosed against Major Wilson except what he had publicly admitted. He says that Major Wilson bnd himself arc thoroughly Batlsfled' ?with the result of the Investigation. DRUGGISTS T<i PROTEST. Tlie Druggists' State Convention wil...

Publication Title: Virginian-Pilot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 8 February 1899

PORTSMOUTH LOCAL NEWS AND ""ADVEFPHs!^ PORTSMOUTH AND NORFOLK COUNTY What Virginian-Pilot Rep? resentatives Hear Daily. ERIEF ITEMS OF INTEREST lb* Xowmeuii of People lu Whom du' Aver use Header It luier oini-Happening* to l.rgnl?litla lii<??. Iteli*f ewnti mit! Noelnl C"lr? elm a Forcen*! of luuire J Velll?. Remember, yo candidates for tho po? sition of iiollccimtn on the city torce, that the commissioners will meet tin: tlrst clear night, rind remember, ><?. also, that the weather clerk has said thai to-.lay (Wednesday) would be fair und cold, with fresh north winds. The Seaboard Air Line Shops [truss Bund is progressing llnuly. The bunds men arc much Interested and have mus? tered seven l marches. The impression is general that a foot pong and two strong; headlights should be placed nil >!>? hook and ladder, as public safety d.mauds it. The merchants hrc Indignant at the talk of Baltimore (luuruntlnlng against this port, as liiere is no necessity for such n< lio...

Publication Title: Virginian-Pilot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 8 February 1899

PORTSMOUTH LOCAL NEWS ?ND ADVERTISEMENTS. _ _Continued._ FOR ONE WEEK ONLY ! flnu wen's Suit in our worth double: the: ivioimeiy. Biggest thing ever offered?see them. Big Cut 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 ) I'M HIGH STREET. PORTSMOUTH. VA. and have us show you recently improved BICYCLES that are absolutely perfect. Easy running, strongly built and light in weight. These three essentials and a guarantee are what we have to offer you at the price of an unreliable wheel. Special terms,-if desired. Our new plan by which we help you pay for a wheel is working like a charm. Come and see us. _W. N. WHITErrorHTgh St.. Portsmouth. Va. The Best Always the Cheapest! High quality at low prices our persistent aim ?and our people are not slow to recognize that for perfection in MEN'S WINTER SUITS AND OVERCOATS ! Unequalled Values. Specials lor tIiis week. Regular Goods. Advance...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 8 February 1899

REVIEW OF MARKETS FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL Stock?, Money, Exchange. Bonds, Grain, Cotton, Provisions, Etc. New York. Feb. 7.?Stock prices re? ceded to-day with an average loss of 1 to 2 points w'hich was exceeded in a. num? ber of Instances. The ratification of the peace troaty by the Senate induced purchases from London of about 25,000 1 shares. There was less enthusiasm, lo? cally, and after an initial rise from fractions to" a point and over in many cases, traders were ire,, sellers in an? ticipation of a rea tion. When u be? came ' videnl thai prices were not hold? ing1, commission houses were free sell? ers. Frli j re i ded rapidly in some In? stances and wer,- presently at practi? cally lust night's closing. The purchases for London account, which were partly due to anticipating the fortnightly settlements, together ?with covering by the shorts rallied the market Washington houses were large pur? chasers, while Chicago houses Bold. The market became feverish arid seml Btagnant...

Publication Title: Virginian-Pilot
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 9 February 1899

|U1M mnuUHiuii iiiiiujuuiiitiLUi uiu; IN TWO PARTS. VOL. II?NO. 11 1. I WEATHER FORECAST FOR TO-DAY f 1 NORFOLK AND VICINITY? ? a Fiir and decidedly colder; brisk E 3 northwest winds. NORFOLK, VA? THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 0, 1899?TWELVE PAGES. THREE CENTS PER COPY. ANNOUNCEMENT EXTRAORDINARY FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY AND FOR EVERY FAMILY. THE VIRGINIKN-PILOT lakes pleasure In announcing Hut it has perfected arrange? ments enabling it to oiler its readers? A FEAST OF LITERATURE A WHOLESOME EDUCATION. Beginning In its issue of February 26th, THE VIRGINIAN-PILOT will place before its readers themost valuable original lectures and lessons in attractive daily installments, anJ so arranged as to form definite1 lines of study. These will be known as ue VIRGINIAN-PILOT'S # HOME STUDY CIRCLE Tin: VIRGINIAN PILOT'S Home Study Circle lias enlisted Hie co-operation of the most widely known educators and lileraty and scientific writers in its work. Its courses are under Hie immediate direction of some of t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 9 February 1899

WANTED. AVOUtNO man wants position as stenographer and bookkeeper; can give references. Address, stating ?al arv. Li t. 1>. caro,'VirBinlan-JMlot. r.y-iw? Wantkd- V. .SITI? >n As"sTKNixf raphcr or assistant bookkeeper; Can furnlsli satisrictory reference. Ad? dress a. Jt , this ollloe. f?'9-3t? YtiTantku--in a kkw days sbv VV oral g.l sbjp carpenters thai uro accustomed to wooden vesSOl IcilMtim Address, stating terms, ?;. 1 iofkm an\ Wllllamsburg, Vs. fe9-3t* \\r a n t Ii iv ? a position as " salesman ? r clerk In any kind of business; eight years' experience: good references, Address 1.. ii., rar.- Virgin? ian-Pilot oth. <?. rc3-Gi* ANTKI1 V. <; 11:1 .s ~t~?V~ju7\" K e baskets: steady work; good wastes Applv to bast basket FACTORY corner Chapel and Calvert streets, Nor? folk. \"a. frUOt AI.?ov ok TMOItOI-'lH ~EXIM\Ri7 . ence wishes a situation as llouse kceper nr Linen-Room Manager In a ho? tel. Distance no ohh ct First class ref? erent?. Address N\, Virginian-Pilot of...

Publication Title: Virginian-Pilot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 9 February 1899

WEATHER REPORT. Washington. D. C, Feb. 8, 1899. Forecast tor Thursday: For Virginia and North Carolina Fair; continued cold, fresh westerly winds. Norfolk nuil Vicinity. WEATHER FORECAST FOR TO-DAY Fair and decidedly colder; brisk northwest winds. CALENDAR. Kun rises at 7:00 a. m. and sets at C:3u p. in. TIDES. Norfolk?High water, 8:18 a. m. and 8:40 i>. in. Low water, 1:50 a. in. and 2:30 d. m. <>ld Point?High water, 7:.',7 a. m. and 8:11) p. m. Low water, 1:29 a. in. and -:0'J p. m. ?d ETEO ROLOOICAL 1) ATA. Maximum temperature . 32 Minimum temperature . 23 Normal temperature . 42 Departure from normal .minus 11 Departure ?lnco January 1st ..plus r> alnfall In past 24 hours .29 alnfall since 1st of month .2.Gl Mean humidity . !>G i?li;i>. A LRAiKO.?At the residence of parents. No. SCI Hole street, <>n the morning of February sth. ist".'. RQSA, daughter or Antonia and Annie Rosa Albano, aged u months. The funeral will tako place from above residence THIS (Th...

Publication Title: Virginian-Pilot
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 9 February 1899

VIRGINIAN-PILOT. ?BY THE? VIHOINIAN AND PILOT l'UHI.ISH 1ng CUM PAN V. Ii OLK VIRGINIAN AND DAILY PILOT. (Consolidated March, 1S9S.) : iion.d at the I'ostofflce at Norfolk, \ ii: geeond-class matter. OFFICE: PIIX>T BUILDING. CITY HALL AVENUE, NORFOLK. VA. . OFI :??!.!;-? a. It o r a not, President; m. CSLKNNAN, Vice-President; W. S. M II.KI.WSON, i reascrer; james is. AL? LEN. Secretary. HOAllli UK DIItECTORS: A. 11. '?randj, .\l (.Herman L. D. Starke, Jr.. T \V. fe'ln Ion. It VV. Shulllco, James K. Allen. D. k Doiiovuii. _ I II it kk t!i:? i??* l*KK ? OJ'Y. subscription rates: The VIHGINIAX-PILOT Is delivered to nuliii r.'Iiei s by curriers in Norfolk and \ chiity Poitsmouth, Barkley, Suffolk. Wcsl Norfolk, Newport News, for 10 ? i :.ts per week, payable to the carrier, l'y niall, i. any place In the United Blatt?. postage free: ]>.til V,. v?ar - ga.OO " .It oi...Uli? ... 3.00 I Ii reo months - - J.?o " line .m i.ii. - ? ? .an ADV I LTiSINCS RATES: AdvertlSC !? '. ' ii it tin...

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