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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 19 February 1899

HORSES AND HORSEMEN t As srjoc l Bprings from the Kentucky od, under which the ashes <>f George Vilkes Bleep, so from a Norfolk rose garden, the birthplace of Zinganee, ci incs grace In tho guise of a comely p . a id ,ns light a dancer as ever mur hiured "Yes, titanic you," to "May I nave the pleasure of this waltz?" Ami the atmosphere about the homo of great Morcllo's dam vibrates with Hie sound Waves from our church bells. The poet Virgil, from whose works buotatlons arc still permissible in the House of Commons, has cleverly Imi? tated, with his lively tUctyls. tho gal? loping of the horse; famous artists love to paint him both in motion und re? pose; sculptors fashion him in bronze and marble; his strength and courage (ire beautifully described In Holy Writ. Hut for the horse many of tin? bright? est pages of romance and history would not have been written. Sir Galahad yorto horseback, and so did Washington iuid Lee. THE THOROUGHBRED. In countries where civilization is mos...

Publication Title: Virginian-Pilot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 19 February 1899

PORTSMOUTH LOCAL. NEWS AND ADVERTISEMENTS PORTSMOUTH AND NORFOLK COUNTY What Virginian-Pilot Rep? resentatives Hear Daily. BRIEF ITEMS OF INTEREST Itie Movemouti ol I'enple lu HUihii II??' Aver?so Itrailer In loier ?Mlril?llaiM>?'"'"C* "? l.?*S'?-?Bus In.'r*. ttPilt?<*on* ?ml social t'lr? rim A It'oruciiit or FCMMro Kvruts. , Some time during Friday night some one went Into the lish-stand ol Messrs. Hurst & Fasj. in the City Market, and Stole a Stove that was used ro heat their place. Nothing eise was tbnched. Mr. Jacob E. Myens la conllncd to his bed at the residence of his daughter, Mrs. Adolph Urandt, on High street, by sickness. Mr. J. A. Garre'tt, son of Mr. W. B. Qairctt, of J-.yiichbu.-g. and a minis? terial student at Uichmond College, itr rlvcd in the city yesterday. Ho is the guest or the Rev. Samuel Banders, lie Will return to Richmond to-morrow. If you, reader, have lost your laundry ticket thlo oiiiee is the place to get It. During Friday night some unknown pe...

Publication Title: Virginian-Pilot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 19 February 1899

AROUSED FRENCH IRE,V r, Kl? ,n the wlntlow of the London Punch ofnce. 1 .t! "V . 11 Window to express his In^?, -lion. In Paris the carl ay Frciiel mciiwroi t ? .4ft matcrla"y ?? ?he feeling against England. ?1 ill 4r^avt t& fflfi^--' X- -^>: > .??i'v- --v. -- PREPARING FOR TROUBLE, QUIT!?PRO QUOT ' J. P.: "Go away! Go away!" French Organ Grinder: "Eh? What you give me if I go?" J- P.: "I'll give you something if you don't!" (IcUIiik liven. Our Uncle Sam, 'tis elenr to see, Dislikes the thought of debt. The Frenchmen gave us Liberty, We give them Lafayette. ?Cleveland Plain Dealer. Tlie Cnnuiitnavllle Snsc. "The progress of a nation," said the Cumminsvllle sage, "Is general? ly onward and upward in civiliza? tion?until it gets clear oft the earth."?Cincinnati Enquirer. A STORY WITHOUT WORDS. "Say, barber, why do you order the tables nnd chairs to be removed?" "Because here Is a customer who wants a tooth pulled, and I want plenty of room!" ?Fliegende Platter. llf A Funny M...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 19 February 1899

FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL Stocks, Money, Exchange. Bo; ds, Grain, Cotton, Provisions, Etc. ' Kew York. Feb. IS.?The not change? In stock prices for the Jay were Ir kvgular, with slight fractional ad? vances predominating, although In pome Important stocks the advance was considerable. The dealings were Very large for a Saturday Bhort bcs ?Ion. almost 700.000 shares being traded In. London was early a seller nnd Jatcr repurchased nbout half of that amount. A more confident sentiment regarding the situation at Paris ac? companied the election of a n< v\ Presi? dent of France. Houses with Wash? ington nnd Chicago connections ap? peared as liberal purchasers and the selling was scattered. The standard shares were generali} Btrong. while the feature of the mar? ket wns the sensational advance In To? bacco, which made a net gain of 17V4. after nn extreme advance of almost U0. The dealings In this stock were of a very sensational character, tin variations between sales running eltliei wa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 21 February 1899

lUXLUtllluliiiin.| ?.. iimiiiiiiiiiill|t,uu^ I Ii Pages f \ IN TWO PARTS. MTT"T'TTTTTTrTTTTTTTT TTTTTTTTTITTTTT TTT f TT T T TTTTTS VOL. II?NO. 121. NORFOLK, VA., TUESDAY, ITEttKUAHY 21, 1S99?TWELVE PAGES. 5? 11 < ? . 1 111 n 11, . , , , ij 4 411U i n u ux, u 1XU1 ui* 5 WEATHER FORECAST FOB TO-DAY f 2 NORFOLK AND VICINITY"? c He- E J fair: nearly stationary temperature. - 1 fresh south winds. 0 C ?T.f'T.,.?r.?.,,..,,r,ttT,TTTTTTTTrtTTtttTr^,r,T,5 ^ THREE CENTS PER COPY. ADMIRAL SCHLEY DEFENDS HIMSELF Resents Charges Recently Made Against Him. SAMPSON WAS UNGENEROUS lit All t hill lie III?! aw Nccoutl III Com* 1:111 ntl ol Hie Norlli * 11 nit; ic Squntl roil IIo Obeyed Orders I s on. III? ? U|?rrlora?A l>|i|?iiicb From Nniup? ?011 Wit held From lMibliclty Lo? cution oi (orvcm'a Fleet ? Sum? mitry <>r Fact,. (Uy Telegraph to Virginia-Pilot.) Washington, D. C, February 20. Rear-Admiral W. s. Schley.havlng been granted permission to answer the charges made against him in the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 21 February 1899

_LOST. _ T OST.?SATURDAY EVEN! NO, BE I j tivprii now market ami Commercial JMacp Russia Leather Puekctbook, with J. S.'ULINCOE. Ashland, Va., stamped In roM li tters on Inside cover. Liberal reward If returned to room 422 Citizens Bunk Building._fe21-3t* I WANTKD.?TO PURCHASE A 8EC ond hand book ease or letter Mo. Address P. O. Box 17*:. Norfolk, Va. f 1-21-31*_ OUNG MAN WITH NINE YEARS practical experience in double entry bookkeeping desires a position with a wholesale house: will give reference. H. S. V. 1*., care Vlrg'.nlan-Pilot._U? ADIES AND GENTLEM EN COK J respondents for New York magazine, also to lake photographs for illustrating. Good camera supplied free. Addressed en? velope for terms. COLONIAL MAGA? ZINE, 100 Bark Bow. New York. fell-71 rfJlT ANTED. - A RAKE Ol'POKTl' >> nltv is offered active party with small capital t-> invest to net a reliable, legitimate cash business, where expenses are very low, mid with an ordinary amount of labor from two to five thous...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 21 February 1899

WEATHER REPORT. Washington, D. C, Feb. 20, 1899. Forecast for Tuesday: For Virginia?Fair Tuesday; con? tinued warm weather Tuesday and Wednesday; fresh southerly winds. For North Carolina?Generally fair Tuesday; continued warm weather Tuesday and Wednesday; fresh south? erly winds. ISortofc nnrt Ylciully. WEATHER FORECAST FOR TO-DAY Fair; nearly stationary temperature; fresh south winds. TEMPER ATI'RE, RAINFALL AND HUMIDITY. Maximum temperature .? 63 Minimum temperature . '-is Normal temperature' . 4:1 Departure from normal .plus 7 Departure since January 1st .minus 17S Rainfall In past 24 hours. a Rainfall since 1st of month.4.33 Mean humidity . <JS CALENDAR. Sun rises ut 6:46 a. m. and sets at 5:52 p. in. TIDES. Norfolk?High water, 0:23 a. m. and 5:28 p. in- Low water, U:0U a. in. and 12:49 p. in. Ohl Point?High water, 6:02 a. m. and r.:i>7 p. m. Low water, 11:39 n. in. and 12:28 p. m._ III KU. KI NO.?On Sun-lav. February 19th, lvf.', nt R o'clock p. in., MINNIE, wife or W. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 21 February 1899

VIRGINIAN - PILOT. ?bt THE?" virginian AND PILOT publishing COMPANY. t.ORFOLK VIRGINIAN AND DAILY PILOT. (Consolidated March, 1S98.) Entered at the rostofflco at Norfolk, Va., us second-class matter. OFFICE: PILOT BUILDING , CITY. 11 A LI, AVENUE. norfolk. va. OFFICERS: A. II g It ANDY. President: M. GLENN AN, Vice-President: YV. s. WILKINSON, Treasurer; JAMliS K. AL? LEN. Secret***. BOARD (.51- DIRECTORS: A. it. ,V'a',d.v. M. Glennan. L. D. Starke. Jr. J . W. .Slielton. R. W. Shultlce. James E. Allen. D. F. Donovan. t ii it k k ?; k x r* i? b R <:o e y. subscription rates: Tho VIRGINIAN-PILOT ts delivered In subscribers by curriers In Norfolk and vicinity. Portsmouth. Berkley, Suffolk. West Norfolk. Newport News, for 10 cents per week, payable to the carrier. By mall, to any place la the United Ktatcs. postage free: I)All.I,ou( yror ... BK.OO six month* ... .too " 111 roc month* - - I.?O " one inonlli ? % m ..'><> ADVERTISING RATES: Advertise? ments Insirtea at the rate...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 21 February 1899

WIFE FROZEN IN HIS ARMS The Awful Voyage of the James E. Bayles. RESCUED BY THE MOUNT -HOPE Cup (?In Darling's Wile Hurled nl ^cu ?Tii? Mino of I'czm Hnve?l in Fine Niylo Slmiy l.o?t i.iv?-? nud Ve? ?eis?Tue Mlrnuited Menmer Wlnrt? ?or ??n?l Hnrgo I'nCtulUS? Will He Repaired Here. Tales ot shipwreck und death In the storm uro still coming In as vessels arrive in Dort, but the most pitiable one thus far authenticated was brought in by the schooner Mount Hope, Cap? tain McLean, which arrived yesterday from Boston, for cargo, with the cap? tain and crew of the schooner Janus ES. Bayles, captain E. H. Darling nboard. These she took off with great trouble, from the sinking wreck of the Bayles, Saturday afternoon about ninety miles east of the Delaware Capes. The cap? tain and crew were found lashed to the rail, all too weak from thirst, hunger, exposure and frost to help th tmselvcs mm h and?crowning horror of all ? lashed t6 the body of the- cuptalll was that of his wife, a fr ??/.<-...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 21 February 1899

DUD BEEF NOW ON TRIAL (Continued from First Pago.) FKD TO THE VICTIMS. Witness <liJ not recollect that the large sick list of his regiment In Cuba had been laid at the lime to the canned meat. When the refrigerator beef ar? rived a large part ot It was spoiled and the men continued to use the canned meat- The spoiled refrigerator beef was laid out on the hill for the buzzards. Several issues were lost in this way. Witness had eaten some of the refrige? rator beef which arrived in camp tin tainted, and found that good. The men ate it without complaint and he had no reason to believe It was any differ? ent from the beef lie had gotten at Ormy posts In the Stales. COLONEL, Ml NO It HEARD. 1.h ut.-Col. Charles W. Miner, of the Sixth Infantry, was the next witness. /Iis regiment was among the first to leave Camp Thomas and to camp .at Tampa. They reached Cuba and .'i: embarked on June 22d. Canned roast beef was issued as a travel ration when thty left Tampa and until the end of tlie s...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 21 February 1899

Here is a List of the eminent Educators who will contribute to the Spring term of the Virginian-Pilot's Home Study Circle. Edwin A. Grosvenor, M. A , Professor of European History, Amtierst College. Dana C. Munro, Ph. D.t Professor of Medlneval History, Univer? sity of Pennsylvania. George Emery FelIows,Ph. D., Professor of History, University of Chicago. Samuel B Harding, Ph. D., Professor of History, University of Indiana'. Willis M. West, M. A., Professor of History. University of Minnesota, Dr. William P. Wilson, Director of the Philadelphia C minerclol Museum. John C. Van Dyke, L. H. D., Professor of the History of Art. Rutgers -C?TlTT^ Russell Sturgis,Ph.D.,F.A.I.A. Author of "European Architecture," Art critic of the New Volk Times. Rev. James M. Hoppin, D. D., Professor or the History of Art, Yalo University. Albert Shaw, Ph. D., Editor of the "American Monthly Review of lt. Vit ws." J. Whipple Jenks, A.M..Ph.D., Professor of Political Science, Cornell Uiilv? rally. Jesse Ma...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 21 February 1899

NEWS FROM RICHMOND AND OTHER PARTS OF VIRGINIA OUR RICHMOND NEWS LETTER Condition of James River Not so Threatening. DANGER NOT YET AVERTED Tho City In Darkness? AfThlra With the Cover n or?Sold I cm Discharge tl -cnn'i 4>ct n t'nrtcr Jury?United Ktatea Circuit f'onrt ? n.?tu lo Schooucm-St. Patrick's Celcbrn* tlon- He Wants Ula Wife. Richmond, Vtu, Fob. 20.?The condi? tion of tho river to-day Is not as threatening ns it has been for four days, but the danger is not averted. Tho great pack in the river for a dis? tance of a mile und u half above the rwharves of the Old Dominion Company Is etlll in existence. It still threatens the destruction of the bridges caught In its grasp, and its'sudden breaking .would probably do much damage to chipping and residents and manufact? ures Immediately below the point where tho engorgement begins. The city has to-day had dynamite used to blow out the gorge. The effort was not successful. The pack seems very solidly frozen. At the lower end it i...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 21 February 1899

POSTOFFICE APPROPRIATION BILL. During almost six hours this after? noon the postoftlce appropriation hill was under discussion In the Senate, the time being largely consumed by Mr. Butler (Pop.), of North Carolina, and Mr. Pettlgrew (Silver Hep.), of Dakota. In amendment providing that the postal commission should present Its final report to Congress by March 1, 1900. Failing after many trials to obtain unanimous consent for the in? sertion of the amendment In the bill. Mr. Butler permitted It to come to a vote. It was defeated?27 to 19. Agree? ment was reached to vote on the bill und amendment at 2 o'clock to-mor? row. AHMT REORGANIZATION. Ai 2 o'clock Mr. Hawlcy, chairman of the Military Affairs Committee, moved to lake up the army reorganisation bill, unanimous consent having hcen refus? ed to take tili tin: measure without dis? placing the unfinished business?the antl-scalplng bill. Mr. Hawley's mo? tion prevailed?44 to 26?thus making the army bill the unfinished business. It Is...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 21 February 1899

PORTSIVCTTH LOCAL NEWS~AND, ADVERTISEMENTS PORTSMOUTH ?ND NORFOLK COUNTY What Virginiaii-Piiot Rep resentatives Hear Daily, j LhlEF ITEMS OF INTEREST \ - I in< .ilovcmniiti <>r People lu Wbom lite Average Itemler Is Innr ratril?llappriilnx? in l.rgui-Bus? Iiics*. ttellgnons nmi Social l'lr? vim A Forecast of 1'iiuirc Cirnll. The ferry boats made twenty min? ute I rip all day yesterday. Kev. J. lt. K?nsten was unable to conduct services Sunday on account of being Indlsp 'sed. He was out again yesterday. i Tile oyster dealers expect some oys-1 tors in a few days, if the weather con? tinues good. Scottsville will soon have electric lights "li each street corner. The power \.':!! 1. furnished 1>>' tlio Seaboard Air l ni". the county paying fur the lights. i rp.c McCornlck was lined Ss, in the May. f'a Court yesterday for disorderly conduct. A white man who created a disturb? ance at his home \..; bound over to keep the peace tu the sum of $?0 yes? terday. The \V. C. T. V....

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 21 February 1899

PORTSMOUTH ADVERTISEMENTS. [Continued.] In order to close out the balance of our Winter Stock, we will offer for the next ten days, the following inducements: $3.90 for Men's Overcoats, worth 56.00. #6.90 for A\en's Overcoats, both light and dark colors, worth ?10.00. $3.90'for Men's Suits, worth $6.00. $?.90 for Men's Suits, worth 510.00. $8.90 for Men's Suits, worth $15.00. All our ^Oc. Heavy Weight Underwear, now 39c. All our $1.00 and $1.25 Heavy Weight Underwear, now 75c. BOYS' CLOTHING AT LESS THAN COST. MEN'S HATS AT A GREAT SACRIFICE. A special line of Men's Black and Tan Hose 8c. worth 15c. NEW YORK CLOTHING CO, (THE LEADING HOUSE OF PORTSMOUTH ) ZU HIGH STREET. PORTSMOCTTf. VA. THREE ATTRACTIONS I WHICH MEN of good TASTE MU?T APPRECIATE No. I?Men's Stylish Cheviot Suits, Blue or Black, $7.25, sold all season at $10 00. No. II?Sale of Men's Trousers, about 200 pairs included see window. No. Ill?Advance Sale Blue Serge, made to order, $12.50, special. These ponds will cost $...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 21 February 1899

REYIEIOFMARKETS FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL Slocks, Money, Exchange, Bonds, Grain, Cotton, Provisions, Etc. Now York, February 20.?The active specialties generally made largo ad-J vances to-day, while the railroads gain? ed from 1 to 3 points;. A strong tone prevailed practically all day, with the strength radiating from one group of stocks to another. The movement started in the Grangers and standard stocks, and next the Pacifies advanced. Interest then switched Into tlie Flower group and the Southwestern successive? ly, and then into Die Industrials, with Sugar and Tobacco leading the rise. Central and South i n Pacific were weak in the forenoon, prior to the publica? tion of the reorganisation plan of the former road, and subsequently rallied but feebly. London opened slightly be. low parity and on the rise here sold ubout ??.OOO shares, and subsequently purchased about N.OOII shares. Among the Grangers St. Paul made an extreme gain of IVi, being sold by Ix>ndon and purchnsed by ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 22 February 1899

ai.............. ..,.,ii...i|,,i;.uiam-t||||f| ] IN TWO PARTS. [ tttt tttt ttt tt tttt ttt t tttt t5 ? tt ttt tt ttt tt tt t ? t tt tt tttt VYEA1 WEATHER FORECAST FOR TO-DAY UUH Hllllif TO-DAY P i NORFOLK. AND VICINITY? ? 3 _ E 3 Fair; nearly stationary temperature, ? . : fresh and high south winds. ? 2yTT*T fTflfllllfllUflll rTTltTTTTTTTTm TTTTT" tTtTT^ VOL. II?NO. 122. NORFOLK, VA., WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1899?TWELVE PAGES. THREE CENTS PER COPY. SITUATION IN THE PHILIPPINES All Quiet at Iloilo and Manila RESUMPTION OF BUSINESS <;<-iirri?i miller Hun (lie Nitumloii Well in iiiiiui in First Nnmctl I'luee hikI llrporli i lnil IiiKiireoiil i'*rccs are VtSllltegrlMlUg -Wvuer nl oils Will Try to Maintain null Improve PromUlnR Conditions. (ny TeSegr.iph to VlrRln'nn-Pilot.) Manila, Fob. 21.?15 p. id.?The ^United states transport Newport has arrived here from Iloilo with dispatches from General Miller to Gcnernl Otis. She reports all quirt at Hollo. The American troops there are oc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 22 February 1899

PERSONAL. WJLiL, Tino M'R. ROtBBTNS THAT ' called on lady on Holt street re gardlng tlie keeping ?I dos send his ad? dress at once. R* lost. Los'jv^vrTHvrxT^evening, be twoen now market and Commercial Place Russia Leather Pocketbook, with L S.' BL1NCOH. Ashland, Va., stamped in' gold letters on Inside cover. Liberal reward If returned to room 422 Citizens Hank Rulldlng. fc21-3C WANJJlD._ 117 anted.?boy between 10 and VV IS vears, who has soino knowledge of typewriting. Address In own hand? writing. SIGMUND M. BRANDT, city. It_ ANTED.?TO I'UHCHASE ONE OH two lots at Park Place for cash. Address M'RS. CAR RIB L. WHITE, 23th street Park Place, between I.owelyn und Debree avenues. _fc22-3t* \\l ANTED.?TO PURCHASE a SEO W ond hand book ease or letter llle. Address P. O. Box 47?. Norfolk, Va. fe21-3t* LADIES AND GENTLEMEN COR rcs)>ondents for New York magazine, also to take photographs for Illustrating. Good camera supplied free. Addressed en? velope lor terms. COLONIAL maga? ZINE, lOt...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 22 February 1899

WEATHER REPORT. Washington. D. C. Feb. 21, 1S99. Forecast for Wednesday: For Virginia?Cloudy weather; pro? bably rain; fresh to brisk southerly winds. For North Carolina?Cloudy, proba? bly rain; fresh south to southwest winds. Norl.IU nnil Vicinity. WEATHER FORECAST FOR TO-DAY Fair; nearly stationary temperature; fresh and high south winds. CALENDAR. Sun rises at 0:40 a. in. and sets at 5:5ii p. in. TIDES. Norfolk?High water, 7:0!* a. m. and 7:42 i>. m. Dow water, 0:46 a. m. and 1:20 p. in. Old Point?High wnler, r,AS si. m. and 7:21 p. m. Low water. 0:21 a. ni.*"aiid LOS p. in._ IU I I?. PITMAN.?In SmTt hfiH7l?Va~. F Nday" February 17, IS90, Mrs MARGARET PIT M'AN, mother of Mrs. Frank Hatton, of this city, aged 7S years. The funeral tc>k place on Sunday, 19, at 3 p. in. RONN10Y.?At the residence of her son, J. T. Uonney, No. 250 Hank street, Tues? day February 21st, at S o'clock p. m., SARAH U, widow of the late Henry Bonney, In thu 82d year of her age. The funeral will take p...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 22 February 1899

Virginian - pilot. ?BT THE? {VIRGINIAN AND PILOT PUBLISHING COMl'AK Y. lORfOLK VIRGINIAN AND DAILY PILOT. (Consolidated March, li-JS.) Entered at the Postofflco at Norfolk, [tfa., aa second-class matter. . PFFICE: PILOT BUILDING. LL.L- CITY HALL AVENUE. norfolk. va._ OFFICERS: A. Hi OR ANDY. President: gf. GLENN AN, Vice-President; W. S. .WILKINSON, Treasurer; JAMES E. AL? LEN, Secretary. BOARD OK DIRECTORS: A. H. Grahdy M. Glennnn. L. D. Starke, Jr., B.W. ?helton. It. W. Shultice. James E. Allen, JJ. F. Donovan. T?rke ckvi? PER COPT. subscription rates: The VIRGINIAN-PILOT Is delivered to subscribers by carriers In Norfolk an.l vicinity Portsmouth, Berkley. Suffolk. W?st Norfolk, Newport News, for 10 cents per week payable to tho carrier. By mall, to any place In the United States, postage free: KAU.I, our year - $."? (?> *? alz inontlia ... 3.00 " lliroo months - - 1.30 ** one uioulli . ? - .30 ADVERTISING RATES: Advertise? ments Inserted at the rate of 75 cents a Square, first...

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