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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 16 February 1899

THE NEWS FROM THE OLD NORTrTsTATE AND ITS CAPITAL RALEIGH NEWS LETTER Asheville Bank Officers to Be Tried. SUFFERING AT DURHAM Colonel Carr Comas lo Hir Heiler ol Ilm Poor?Dentil Of ttr, Joint Man* Ulng?Wtinl i in- Legislature is Do. inn?Jude? . Itruwii Kxonorntrd - The Wlliou't Wln-Ollier Mailers or Iiilcrrit. Raleigh, X. C, Feb. 15.?Judge T. R. Purneli yesterday confirmed the coin promise of o. Taylor, case hi bankrupt? cy, heard before referee L. J. Moore, al tloldsboro on Monday. Taylor Is i merchant of La Orange who mad.' an assignment about two months ago. Th< liabilities were $28,000. The compro? mise Is :;o cents on the doll ir. Judge Purneli left yesterday after pooh for Asheville, where he will con-] veno the special term of the United Slates Circuit Court called by Judgi Coil for tho trial of the ollicers of tin First National Rank or that city, Which recently failed. The ollicers will be tried for embezzlement. SUFFERING AT DURHAM. The present severe spoil of ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 16 February 1899

^^^^^PyXj^lq^?Lr NeiWs And ?dvertisf,mfnts PORTSMOUTH ?ND NORFOLK COUNTY What Virginian-Pilot Rep? resentatives Hear Daily. BRIEF ITEMS OF INTEREST Hie .ilnveincnta of People !u Whom lln> Avcrnc? It emlrr In Inter* mfaiil? tluppciiliis* iii l.i 2 iI-Biih lln sv, ItvllfiOOtM mill Koclnl < lr clra a lorct.ni or V/uinre 1. vi-11 (a. A horseman called nt this oftloo yes? terday and suggested that owners and drivers of horses pour melted [allow In the frogs of their feet, or grease them with axle gre se. to prevent the snow frotn becoming httrd packed therein, thereby saving the animals consider? able Buffering. The Seahoard Air l.lno had a force ol men at work on Crawford street yes? terday loading lint-cars with snow, li was ha tiled 'to the creek and dumped in. Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Cutchin, of Pren tis Place, have a v. ry sick child. The funeral of Mrs. Laura Shafi r will take place tiiis afternoon at - <? > I i from the residence, No. 228 Hi...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 16 February 1899

PORTSMOUTH LOCAL NFWS AND ADVERTISEMENTS _Continued._ Hen's Overcoats! Just now Is overcoat selling time. Some dealers say it's a p'ty to let them po for so mile Ii wouldn't take such a out to move them, but we want to do It in a hurry. 'Tlsn't the right policy to carry t hem over. We won't do it! $3.98 tor Overcoats which sold up to $6.50. $5 48 for Overcoats which sold up to $8.00. $r 45 for Overcoats which sold up to $12.50. $10.00 for Overcoats which sold up to $18.00. Special etil on Men' Worsted Trousers. Evcrylttdy knows what pretty patterns they arc?11.18 for Pants which sold up to JL'.M; 5:'.."o for Pants which sold up to $4.00. SHOE DEPARTMENT.?We find we are overloaded with Winter Shoes, To reduce our stock, we will commence MONDAY, February 13th, to make a cut In pr.ee of every pair of Shoes for two weeks, ltclluble shoes at cut prices at THE BRANDT COMPANY, 213 and 215 High St. STRICTLY ONL PRICE?FOR CASH ONLY. that Washington hewed down made Washington senior as full o...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 16 February 1899

FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL Stocks, Money, Exchange. Bonds, Grain, Cotton, Provisions, Etc. New Tnik. Fob. 1."..?Many stocks were materially advanced on the Stock Exchange lo-day, with dealing consid? erably larger than on yesterday. Gen? erally tho carl) market was more an-| (mated than ot late, and .strength de? veloped on pool manipulation and com? mission house buying i" London sold about 20,000 shares of stock, principally Northern Pacific, while Berlin woe re?l ported as being n purchaser of this ft ick. Northern Pacific common In the local market received pronounced sup? port, apparently on pool buying and on large dealings advanced "> points. Around f>:t. at which point London was felling, enormous blocks of stock were absorbed, nlthough the price hung foi n long time at 63%. The advance In this stock progressed in spite of the dissemination of reports that the offi? cials of ihe company denied that ihe preferred stock would he retired or that puch :t proj...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 17 February 1899

5UUI uiumniiuu mimuiiuifi uuuu>5 IN TWO PARTS. VOL. II?NO. 118. rttta WEATHER FORECAST FOR TO-DAY NORFOLK AND VICINTTY-- c 3 Probably fair: n f arly stationary tern- ? 3 peraturti northeast winds; high on : coast. ?T f TT T ? . TTTTTT.VT TTTTTTT f TTTTTTTT TTT"TTTT TTTTT rrrrr^ -NORFOLK, VA., F\i DAY, FEBRUARY IT, 1899?TWELVE PAGES. THREE CENTS PER COPY. THE PRESIDENT IN BOSTON Delivers an Address at a Club Banquet. FUTURE OF THE PHILIPPINES Th*'.Country Mimt l'nce nmi solve nighty I'rolileiim ?T.vcry Act In Progress of two War From Manila lo SnutlngO Met lTnlvernal Com? meiiitailoit?Duty Compel loa V* in Secure Iii? riilllppliicn ilinl B>111 > Ucqnlres Thai tvo Hold Tiicm Hits Ko Imperial Designs?A Rosy Vlcivol'tlio l'nliiro of tue islands. (By Telegraph to Virslnlan-FUot.) Cos;..n. Mass., Feb. lB^Frcsldcnt McKinley arrived In Huston to-day. to li. the guest of the Home Market Club at a banquet In bis honor at Mechanics' Hall. Messrs. Long, Algcr, H...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 17 February 1899

WANTED. Af\7 ANTED . - CHRISTIAN ' >> woman to act as Childs WHITE nurso; coed Wattes to pr01>cr person. Address Itev. C. X. STEtNC-LiE, Berkley, Va., Box 111, fol5-3t OUNQ MAN???WUH. I/WO 13XPE rlenee In dry goods, shoes and gonts' furnishing >;' Ods wishes employment as salesman or bookkeeper; best references. KN'TKRPRISK, care Vlrglnlan-PllOt, fe!5-3t ADIE9 AND G ENTLEMtEN COR i respondents for New York magazine, also to take photographs for Illustrating. <; od camera supplied free. Addressed en? velope for terms. COLONIAL MAGA? ZINE. 100 Park Row, New York. fell-Tt WJ ANTED?A PI IS1TION AS SALE8 ?> man or clerk in any kind of busi? ness; tinee years experience; reference given. Address C., Gilincrton, Va.. care Post master._fCbl2-lw*,;' \\T ANTED. ? KVKRHODY TO BUY H oer Teas. Coffees. Every purchaser Is entitled to guess the number beans contained In a Mason Quart Jar. The person guessing nearest will receive a p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 17 February 1899

WEATHER REPORT. For Virginia: Fair; fresh to brisk West winds. For North Carolina: Fresh to brisk west winds. tYnrloIk nuil Vicinity. WEATHER FORECAST FOR TO-DAY Probably fair; nearly stationary tem? perature; norcast winds; high on coast. TEMPERATURE. RAINFALL AND HUMIDITY. Maximum temperature . Gl Minimum temperature . 00 Normal temperature . 41 Departeur from normal.minus 2 Departure since Jan. l.minus iso Rainfall In past 24 hours.48 Rainfall since 1st of month .4.33 Mean humidity. DC CALENDAR. Sun rises, 6:51 a. m.; sets, 5: IS p. m. TIDES. Norfolk: High water. 2:32 n. m.J 2:62 p. m. Low water, 8:00 a. m.; 8:52 p. m. old Point:?High water, 2:11 a. m.; 2:31 p. m. Low water, S::;,". a. m.; 8:31 p. m. Monuments and Gravestones, The selection of a suitable memorial In marble or grnn lie can be readily made from our slock, for we carry the largest assortment of finish? ed designs in tbo South. THE COUPER MARBLE WORKS (EMtabllKltetl OO Tenn.) i.in.in.'t Hum. Hi. .XirliilK. Tn. A.1il'...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 17 February 1899

VIRGINIAN - PILOT. ?BT THE? .VIRGINIAN AND PILOT PUBLISHING COMPANY. (Consolidated March. 1S0S.) Entered at tho Postofnco at Norfolk, (Va.. a:, second-class matter. OFFICES PILOT RIMLDINO. CITY HALL AVENUE. norfolk. va. OFFICERS: A. H. GRANDY. President: M. GLENN AN', Vlce-Prcsldent: W. 8. (WILKINSON, Trcu.ua er; JAMES E. AL? LEN Secretary. BOARD OI< DIRECTORS: A. 11. Grandy, M. (Rennau, L. 1>. Starke. Jr.. ri". \\. Shelton, R W. Bhulllco. Jatnes E. Allen. D. p. Donovan. TilRGK CKXf* I'KR ( OPT. subscription rates: The ViTMUMAN-PlLOT is delivered to subscribers by carriers In Norfolk ami vicinity Portsmouth, Berkley. Suffolk. tVest Norfolk. Newport News, for 10 rents per week payable to tho By mall, to any place In tho istates. postage free: DAILY, one yenr - - - " .u on,iiili? - - - ?? Iiiree innnllii - ? '* one monlll - i ADVERTISING RATES: Advertise, rients liisrrteo at tlie- rate of 7i cents a Square, first Insertion; each subsequent Insertion 4'i r&amp...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 17 February 1899

Bakino Powder Absolutely .Pure Makes the food more delicious and wholesome BOVAL BAKIKO POWOEB CO., HEW YOBK. BRIEF ITEMS OF INTEREST. Raleigh Morning Post: Mr. W. S. Elliott, of Norfolk, who has been vis? iting his sister at the Normal School at Greensboro, is visiting the family of Mr. J. A- Sanders, on Jones street. Mr. Elliott is a nephew of Mrs. San? ders. Bedford Letter: Rev. Floyd Kurtz, pastor of the Episcopal Church in Bed? ford, lias just resigned Iiis charge- Mr. Kurl/, came to Bedford from Norfolk. Mr. it. Kewgass, president of the At? lantic and Danville railroad, sailed from London for New York on the 11th instant on the steamer Campania. He is expected to arrive in this city in a few days. Mr. C. F. Hodgmnn Is slowly recov? ering from a severe attack of grip. Dr. l'igott, of Rule street. Is Buffering from the effects of a violent attack of Klip and bronchitis last Monday, fol? lowed Wednesday by suffocation. For quite a while his life was dispalred of. The street cars...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 17 February 1899

WORK OF CONGRESS YESTERDAY Minority Report From Senate Military Affairs Committee. SPECIAL MAIL FACILITIES Kcmifor* uro Liberal In Vollnc Ap< proprlnllous?Hoiiho Nlrlkos Out Pnrwrrnph <?> Kniidry Civil Kin Appropriating livi'iHv .Millions to l'?y Vor Hie Pblllppluns?Trensnrn it (iiiKii'n Stnt-rillCUtS t linllvugc<l. (r.y T iegraph to VIrctnian-Pllot.) Washington, February 16th.?The nrmy organization hill was re? ported in tin- Senate to-day and Mr. Hawley (Connecticut), chairman of the military affairs committee, gave notice that ho would move lo proceed to its consideration at the earliest possible time. The naval personnel hill was taken up ami read, hut n<> effort made- to pro? ceed further with its consideration. The Military Academy appropriation Ml! ?was passed. Tin- postoilice appropria? tion hill was under consideration dur? ing the greater part of the .afternoon, but was not disposed of finally. A spirited de...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 17 February 1899

NEWS ,FROM RICHMOND AND OTHER PARTS OF VIRGINIA, RICHMOND NEWS AND GOSSIP Turkish Minister Sues United States Government. f?rt Mb THOUSAND DOLLARS In Allied as Damnac*) For on linil^. nii.v I'm Upwu i% Countrjrmnn? ConrtvMitrtlal's Sontouooof t'olor? oil Monitors? Woodmen ?r iiio At iii-i<i Honor Norfolk Moil?Died In Ii a nnil. (Special to Virginian-Pilot.) Richmond, Vn., February M.?Gover? nor Tyler to-day received from the State Department at Washington noti? fication thai the Turkish Minister has Instituted suit against the United Stati i Government for ten thousand dollars for damages done a Turkish subject, Scrkls Nlchanlnn, at Wuterliclc station, Warren county. Secretary Hay encloses to Governor Tyler a note from the Turkish Minister, brlelly setting forth the facts, it Is charged that four citizens of Warren arrested the Turk upon a false warrant, b eating ami handcuITIng him, though he had committed no offense whatever. The Secretary ot .state requests that Govern...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 17 February 1899

A Money Trust With Despotic Pow- j er to Be Created. JFoiicv Clinnccr* nutl I'.nrrr, "?VIII Control llio (liivrrintirut nnil Prnc< tlcnllyOwn tlto Conutry?Secretary Gage ami Hie Ilniikcr'n Association Dnsliltis Hie Measure?Tho ltlli;Ex> posed I>y ll><* Democratic Member* of Ilm foliiace Committee - ;i;sa The Silver Knight-Watchman. We print below in full the minority report lo Congress on House bill 1191'f, a. 1)111 reported to the House of Repre? sentatives January 31, by Chairman Btone, of the House committee on coin ago, weights ami measures. It is the most infamous measure that has been Introduced into Congress since 1S73. The bill demonetizing silver in 1ST3 was passed without the knowledge of Con? gress or the country. Had Congress known that the bill passed that year omitted the silver dollar from the list of coins the bill would not have re? ceived a dozen votes In both branches of Congress. The bill demonetizing sil? ve...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 17 February 1899

the news from the old north state and its capital RALEIGH NEWS BUDGET Gift of Free Library to the City. IN MEMORY OF HIS WIFE Gruorona Act of Sir. lt. D. Rancy-a ainimetl Ex?Confederato Selected For Ntate tiibrnrlnu- No I'bungo tu lie .Unite in n'cbonl Bookl lie >i li ot nrii Uwjrtroll, nt Henderson ? Personal. r;i _____ ' ' Raleigh, N. C, February 16.?Raleigh Is to have a free circulating library at some future day. Just how .soon is not yet known, but It is to bo hoped that tho day will not bo far distant, how? ever, as It is badly needed in the city. Tho library will be the gift of our public spirited and enterprising Mr. It. It. Rancy, of this city, In memory of his wife. The library will bo known as the Olivia Rancy Library, and is to be a free circulating library and reading rooms. The bill incorporating it passed both houses of the General Assembly yesterday. The following prominent citizens are the Incorporators: Messrs. R. 11. Battle, Joseph G. Brown, Rt. Rev. Jo...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 17 February 1899

PORTSMOUTH LOCAL. NEWS ?ND ADVERTISEMENTS PORTSMOUTH AND NORFOLK COUNTY What Virginian-Pilot Rep? resentatives Hear Daily. BRIEF ITEMS OF INTEREST 1 be Movement* or People In Whom Iii? Average. Itrutlor Is Inlrr estocl?Mappcnliisr* o? l.ejpal?Bim* Iura?. Hellgeoas oiiil Koelnl ? ir clc? -A Forecast of Future I.TCtlll. rapt. John TV. Hopper s?ll conltnuca Eick nt bis Ilium-, on Dinwiddte street. Show is piled up mi County street in some places at lensl five feet high, Where It was thrown Off the street rail? road trin k and the sidewalk. A number of congratulations have been extended tii this paper on the prmnpt delivery during the storm. A great many people did not expect to receive their paper, but appreciated our efforts in getting it to them. The poor horses h;nl a. tough time yesterday getting along. Tho city cmplcves were paid yester? day for the first half of February. The first morning ferry boat has for the past three days been leaving at 0 B. m.. Instead of ?! :30. The rain...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 17 February 1899

HE FflG?LTY MURK fiOlll JOnOBSG LUHES Are Interested in the Virginian Pilot's "Home Study Circle." Principals niul 1 cnclier? Itrgnr?! the l'liui 111? nn llxccllrnt Out* anil Commend It .Mont Illicitly, ?? l"onclirr? Will Welcome It/' Prof. Coo. F. "Winston anil Mrs. S. O. H. Winston, principals of the Nor? folk College for Young Ladles, wel? comes the Home Study Circle. Virginian-Pilot, Norfolk, V'a.: Gentlemen?It affords me pleasure to see that yon are to publish your Home Study Circle. Teachers will welcome it ns an assistance in he.-ping abreast of the times, ami its attractive form will doubtless in.luce others to study who would not learn from a text hook. Wishing you the greatest success in the enterprise, 1 am. Vours very truly, G1SO. F. WINSTON. E-l'i'clnily ?'oiiiiMCM?te?l by Ktlucator* "The enterprise of the Virginian-Pilot in furnishing to the readers of their excellent paper the series of articles of th" Homo study Circle, should be es? pecially com.nded by educators am...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 17 February 1899

REVIEW OF MARKETS FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL Stocks, Money, Exchange. Bonds, Grain, Cot-oD, Provisions, Etc. New York. February 10.?Practically all prom incut stocks advanced to-day, ^\ith gains in many cases material and trading loft oft with the tone strong and priced at the best. Traders from time to time Bought lo bring about a reaction, but were dislodged from one position after another ami the upward movement becaino general. In fact, the only nctive stocks of importance that wero exceptions to the rule were To? bacco and Northern I'aclllu, the former suffering a loss of 3% oh prospect <>f Increased eompetlllon ami the latter "M on ;i decrease in earnings reported yes? terday for tlx second week in Febru? ary, which decrease v.as said to be due to storms. London houses reversed their policy on Northern Pacific .and bought mere than tiny had of any other stneks. Burling! >n, w hich was ex-dividend, made an extreme advance of 7--.j on a large volum...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 18 February 1899

IN TWO PARTS. VOL. II?NO. 110. fU WEATHER FORECAST FOR TO-DAY NORFOLK AND VICINITY? Fair: nearly stationary tempera NORFOLK. VA? SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1899?TWELVE PAGES. THREE CENTS PER COPY. NEW PRESIDENT OF FRANCE M. Faure's Mantle Falls Up= on M. Loubert, M. DUPUY DECLINES TO RUN 'I lie Wortil C'onUole* With llic I>eo|>lo ul? I'riuirc in Their Iti-rcuvciiicii l ? l'rcMleii t l'linrn's lloil.v ??!?? In Mute?A fr'ntnllty I'uriiici tlio Killers ?>r iiio l-'roueb Republic? Dentil licit Heenes. (Dy Telegraph to Vtrtrtnian-Pllot.) Parla, February 17.?The Premier, M. Dupuy, has llxed the meeting of the National Assembly, or Congress, In whirl) the Senators and Deputors unite In voting tor a President <>f France, for 1 o'clock to-morrow afternoon at Ver? sailles. At a meeting <>f the Leftist Senators to-day M. Loubct, the President of the Si nato and former Premier, was unani? mously nominated for the presidenc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 18 February 1899

w WANTED. RELIABLE WAN TO EMPLOY AND 1 look after canvassers; ?.? pet month mid expenses guaranteed: references re? quired CIjAoRK ?<? CO., 234 S. Ith Btreet, Philadelphia, Pa._R ANTEP SLOT MAOHINE5S.-t-PAR tles having Slot Machines to-Tent or sell address "J. C," euro Virglnlan rilot. u SALESMEN WANTED. ? EXCT3P llonal opportunity; largo house changing travelers for resident agents. Offers samples in each district. RUBBER CO., IS Ol if street. New York._It* 17 ANTED. ? 11 EDI ABU B RA DBS V men to sell the. liest specialty ever placed on the market. Staple article and ready seller, affording a large protit. There Is a steady and Increasing demand for it in all sections. No samples re? quired. Address "MANUFACTUREiH." Cleveland, Ohio._?fclS-Ct* T XT>li:s and GENTLEMEN COR .1 i respondents for New York magazine, also to take photographs for Illustrating, i; '...I camera supplied free. Addressed i n velope for terms. COLONIAL MAGA? ZINE, 106 Park Row. New York. f...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 18 February 1899

_WEATHER REPORT. Washington. D. C, Feb. 17, 1S99 Forecast for Saturday: For Virginia?Cloudy and threatening ] weather; light southerly winds. For North Carolina?Cloudy, proba- I bly rain In southwest portion; light | southerly winds. Norfolk nml Vlclully WEATHER FORECAST FOR, TO-DAY Fuir; nearly stationary temperature. TEMPERATURE, ? RAINFALL AND HUMIDITY. Maximum temperature . I>0 Minimum temperature . ...... 56 Normal temperature . 41 Departure from normal .minus 1 Departure since January 1st .minus IS 1 1 Rainfall In past Jl hours . 0 Hainfall since 1st of month.4.33 Mean humidity . 199 CALENDAR. Sun rises at 6:50 a. m. and sets at 0:19 p. m. TIDES. Norfolk?High water, 3:3r. a. m. and 4:02 p. m. Low water, 10:0L u- m. and 9:54 p. in Old Point-High water, 3:11 a. m. and 3:41 p. m. Low water, 9:40 a. m. and 9:33 p. m._ _ DIE?. FOSTER.?At her lato residence, 21 Magazine street, after a brief illnes Mrs. M A It I N I >.\ POSTER, Widow Of the late Thomas Poster, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 18 February 1899

VIRGINIAN - PILOT. -BY Til E? VIRGINIAN AND IMLoT PUBLISHING COU TAN Y. lOHiOLX VIRGINIAS AND DAILY PILOT. (Consolidated March. li'JS.) Enten'J at tlic l'oatofflce at Norfolk, Va.. US sn.ond-i.iass manor. office:: pilot bcilding. city hall a venu is, NOHfOLK, VA. OFFICERS: A 11. GltANDY. President; ?I. glen n A N. Vice-Frtaident: W. s. WILKINSON, Treasurer; JAMES 13. al? LEN Secretary. itOAKD OF DIRECTORS: A. II. Grandy. M. Glennan, 1,. D. Starke. Jr.. 'J'. VY. SheltOII, It. W. Shultlce. James E. Allen, D. F. Donovan. Til UK*; vast I H I'lIK <:oi*Y. SUBSCRIPTION RATES". The V1RC1NTAN-P1LOT I? delivered to subscribers by carriers In Norfolk and vicinity Portsmouth, Berkley. Suffolk, West Norfolk, Newport News, for 10 cents per wees payable to the carrier. Ily mull, to any place In the United States, postage free: UAil.V, one r< or - S.t.OO sis iiiimiii? ... a.uo " tlirco inonllis - - 1.?O '* one iikiiiIIi ? ? ? "111 ADVERTISING KATES: Advertise? ments Inserted a...

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