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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 6 January 1899

NORTH CAROLINA NEWS BUDGET All State Institutions to Be Investigated. SHERIFF1 f AILS TO SETTLE Tbr I,?elnlnlnr? Will I.ook Ii*to Fu? sion Blaungemout of Affairs? 'J'hlrrt Regiment of Volunteer* Will 'Corac^ Hero for final Dlscnnrge-Ueiwree In Bankruptcy A|tpol??t?*-C?ri? W'reeUcd. Raleigh, N. C Jan. 6.?The Joint catA cus of the Senate and House met in tho hall of the House at 8 o'clock Wed? nesday night. Reporters were again rigidly excluded. The principle question under consid? eration proved to be one of preroga? tive, eome members of the House feel? ing that in selecting and electing an enrolling clerk without Joint action, the Senate had infringed on its rights. Senators Glenn, Jerome and Daniels In behalf of the Senate, and Represent artives Ray, Allen and Overman, acted as paclflcos, pouring oil on the trou? bled waters and saving Enrolling Clerk Nowell the unpleasant experience of finding out how It feels to be bounced. It was finally agreed that the act of 1897, providing f...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 6 January 1899

PORTSMOUTH LOCAL NEWS AND a^x/^^i^m^^c* PORTSMOUTH ?ND NORFOLK COUNTY What Virginian-Pilot Rep? resentatives Hear Daily. BRIEF ITEMS OF INTEREST Tno JIOTfinciiti of People In Whom ibe Avemt? Header 1? Inier estetl-HappciilMB;* I.rsitl?Bua ' turn?, UoMffeoits mid Horlnt *'lr clra-A Forcen?! of Fuluro Event*. A commission in lunacy -was held last night by Justices Nash, Nelmeyer and Mosby on a married lady on North btreet. They declared her Insane, and ordered that she be sent to the State hospital at WHUiamsburg. The Misses Alice Wheeler nnd Anne Kroft, of Baltimore, who have been vi6ltlng Mr. James Broughton's family at 51* Henry street, have returned to their homes. Matinee to-day at the Academy. Ad? mission, 50c?any seat. Children, 23c. A negro was shot at yestorda? morning whllo trespassing on railroad property. He managed to make good his escape. Miss Cathrlno Miller, of Baltimore, ?who has been spending ?evoral days in the city, returned home yesterday. For the llrst time in mo...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 6 January 1899

PORTSMOUTH ADVERTISEMENTS. . _Con tinged._ HOSIERY! HOSIERY! The Best 12^c. Hosiery in the city. Also a full line of 2?c, 3$c. and 50c. qualities. 320 High Street. In Men's Winter Suits and Overcoats We have the largest and choicest stock tho market affords, and upon examina? tion you will admit that our prices are the lowest when quality Is oonsldcrcd. $13.50 Overcoats for $10.00. $10.00 Overcoats for $7.50. A bargain. Buy first-class Clothing In our storo and get splendid value. MERCHANT TAILORING. Well dressed younu men have a decided advantage by having their Suits. Trousers and Overcoats made by us. Prices aro right. Workmanship, Fit and Btyle guaranteed. SHOE DEPARTMENT.?Wre ofTer from to-day the greatest values on the market for examination. Boys' All Solid Shoes nt 11.00. Ladles' Dongola, Pat. Leather or Tip same. Button and I>ace, all widths, II.SO. Men's Hand Sewed Shoes, will wear as good as any $5.00 Shoe in the Slate .wears, Fit and Comfort guaranteed?Our pri...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 6 January 1899

EYM OF MARKETS FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL Stocks, Mosey, Exchange, Bonds, Grain, Cotton, Provisions, Etc New York, Jan. G.?Notable gains were recorded in the epeclalties and norne of the railways to-day. The an? nouncement of gold engagements of a million and a half overcame the react ory tendency of the forenoon, and set the market forging upward, which continued to the close. The conditions of the exchange and money market do not eeem ao warrant the expectation that the import of gold will be a sus? tained movement, the theory being that our large balances of trade would not he drawn upon largely while money can be loaned at more profitable rates abroad. The lower range of London prices gave a declining tendency to early transactions here. Manipulation of the specialties, Tobacco, Brooklyn Transit and Peoples Gas gave better tone to the raWways, but on profit tak? ing there were some very substantial losses. With the announcement of the gold Imports In the afternoon the bulls had th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 7 January 1899

lumnuiuiuuuuuujiniuuuuuuiuujj T I \ IN TWO PARTS. I 3 E IMTMX^tTItlHttTTTTttTttTTtltTtTItltlTTItTt TTTtt? ?!iLii1i..njiuiuimun;uiiHliiunmuiUi?! 3 WEATHER FORECAST FOR TO-DAY 1 a NORFOLKAND VldNTTY? jj; 3 _ Clearing; f Air and colder; fresh north t 5 winds, booming northwest and la- W i creasing. | VOL. II?ZSTO. S3. ?NORFOLK, VA, ?S VT II R DAY, JANUARY 7, !S99---TAV^irFI7^^ THREE CENTS PER COPY. TWO FAMOUS VICTIMS OP TUR C.niP. , .^S^SS^BS^TS& eX-Secreta,y of John W. Foster are both very ,?. nn.l the,/frtVnd? CHOKER FOR EXPANSION Tammany Cliicf Claims Jefferson as an Advocate. Hl?! fit il I !?!?( ill's ll.CtOOtl Fldll tor ill tM. Htoiwtry Wor*l< r.ixl Iiumpi n ?? (irimiKi I'oir Our Young Men?Free Kilver He.ul. (By Telegraph to Virginian-Pilot.) New York, January 0,?The Journal ami Advertiser will to-morrow print the following .statement given out to-night by Richard Crokcr; "I believe In expansion; I believe in holding whatever possessions we have gained by an...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 7 January 1899

WANTED. WANTED -BY GENTLEMAN AND Wife furnished room and hoard In respectable family: good location. Ad? dress "J.," can- Virginian-Pilot. Ja7-3t? ?rf'rBD.?-CWE IXUGE SECOND hand Safe: state make, size and price. Address HON. this ollice. Ja?-at WA N T B D.-A DICHT SET OF books to keep at night by an ac? countant who is at leisure from 6 p. in. Address P. C, Vlrginlan-Pllot._jafi-3l? RESPONSIBLE MAN. WHO HAS $GM cash, to act as manager; business clean, honorable and legitimate: will pay bright man Jl.MX) yearly: no trlllers. Ad? dress "BUSINESS MAN." ja5-3t A LA OY" OK thorough EXPER1 XV enco wishes :v sltuntion as House? keeper or Llncn-Room Manager in a ho? tel. Distance no object. First > Um ref? erence. Address. "Mrs Mi," No. 4 Falk lund St., Norfolk, Va. Inl-tt DISTRICT M A N A oki t w A NT EI >. ? Lsrgc couiinlsslon; exclusive terri? tory: capital furnished on bond. Address FACTORY, ilox 17.1. Toledo, t.i. jal-It t>pr PIANO .PLAYERS wanted AT *...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 7 January 1899

WEATHER REPORT. Washington, January 6.?Forecast lor Saturday: For Virginia?Fair; cohier; brisk to high northwesterly winds. For North CordBua?Fair, preceded by rain In southeast*portions; much cold? er; high westerly winds, becoming northwesterly and diminishing. METEOROLOGICAL. DATA. ?Maximum temperature. 7? Minimum temperature. 41 Normal temperature . 41 Departure from normal?..... ..plus 10 Departure since January 1st ....plus 10 Rainfall In past 24 hours.0 Rainfall sluce 1st of month."0 Mean humidity . C2 Weather. Clearing; fair and colder; frcch north winds, becoming northwest and increas? ing. CALENDAR. Sun rises, 7:IS a. in.: sets, 5:03 p. m. TIDES. Norfolk: High water, 4:41 a. m., 4:5G p. tn. Low water, 11:05 a. in., 11:06 p. m. Old Point: High water. 4:20 a. m., 4:35 p. m. Low water, 10:44 a. m., 10:45 P. m._ _ i>si;i?. GALLAGHER.?At the residence of p.i rejits. No. 61 Wood street, Friday, Janu? ary Cth, 18!?. at :t:.m o'clock a. in.. JOSEiPH LAWRENCE, infant sen...

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

VIRGINrAN - PILOT." ?BY THE? VIRGINIAN AND PILOT PUBLISHING CDU l\ANY. KORFOLK VIRGINIAN AND DAILY PILOT. (Consolidated March, 1S0S.) Enlcn:d at tlic l'oslofllco at Norfolk, Va., aa second-class matter, OFFICE: PILOT BUILDING, CITY HALL AVENUE, NORFOLK, VA. OFFICERS: A.1I. GIIANHV, I*:. . : l: M. GLEN NAN. Vlce-Presldent; v.. S. WILKINSON. Treasurer; JAMES 13. AL? LEN Secretary, BOARD of DIRECTORS: A. H. Grandy, M, Glonnan, L. I>. Starke, Jr., T. W. Bhclton, n. W. Bbulticc, Jamca E. Allen, 1). P. Donovan._ Tint be vests vi.k vorr. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: The VIRGINIAN-PILOT 1.' delivered to subscribers bv carriers hi Norfolk and vicinity. Portsmouth, Berkley, Buffolk, West Norfolk. Newport News; Cor W cents per week, payable to the carrier. By mull, to any plucu In lite United States, postage fret : IKA1I.Y, one yenr - pri.on ?* nix months - - - ' ?? three month* - - 1.30 one month - ? * ?Bh ADVERTISING RATES: Advcrtlsc nients Inserted at tho rate of 7B cents a Square, first ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 7 January 1899

RICHMOND MS AND GOSSIP Governor Tyler Concerned About Dismissed Cadets. THE LATE DR. MOSES D. H?GE f\cnt-cl? lor J0I111 Itrowu Helles? Trims*"* '-u i vi '"' 1 Hog tun Work on Torpedo llonls?Hosier ol"Vlrglnfi? Troops? Hound for Moulin?SIIIU lory E?eor| Tei??lere?l for tho Fit* nernl ol Itcv. Dr. Ilotfe. (Special to Virglnlan-Pllot.) Richmond. Vn., January 6.?Govenor Tyler la deeply Interested In the case of tho first-class at the Virginia Mili? tary Institute expelled for insubordina? tion on New.Year's eve, but he is ulso getting a great deal of amusement out of it in a a cpiiet way The Governor Is receiving numerous letters from people all over the State, asking hini to have the boys reinstated. Many of these conio from parents and guardians, bujL the Governor has .also received a letter from a young lady of Lexington, asking him to have the boys taken back. Governor Tyler has not made any of these letters public, nnd he guards the letter of the young lady referred to very Jealous...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 7 January 1899

PORTSMOUTH LOCAL NEWS ?NO ADVERT1SE".MENTS PORTSMOUTH ?ND NORFOLK CO?NTY What Virginian-Pilot Rep? resentatives Hear Daily. BRIEF ITEMS OF INTEREST loo Sloveniouts of 1'eoplo lu Whom (be tt(ri<K? Header I? IlUcr" catcd-JMuppciiliiict tu Eies?!?Bus? Ineaa, Kellgeou* nml Socliil ?'fr? eies-A Forcen?! or Future Montauk Tribe of Red Men and Old Dominion Lodge, I. O. O. E... both in? stalled oillcers last night. Miss Agnes Clay's musical recital last night was a grand success. Housekeepers should be very careful now how they send their Clothes out to be washed. There was only one rase in the Mayor's Court yesterday, nnd that was continued until next Monday. Hon. J. T. Baird returned from Bal? timore yesterday, where he had been spending the holidays. Mr. Logan Adams Is said to be criti? cally 111 at Iiis home, in Park Vl< w. The street force should be put to ?work cleaning mud oft the streets thai are paved with stone, and keep the crossings clean. They arc at prese...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 7 January 1899

PORTSMOUTH LOCAL NEWS AND ADVERTISEMENTS _Continued, We Never magnify Tho qualities of our goods in our adver? tisements. In fact, it would bo bard to do so, us everything that comes Into this stors Is the- very choicest that tho price can buy. Somo people sell dangerously cheap guns and short-lived Implements, but we can't afford to. We arc concerned about tho after effects more tlun about the immediate profit. Guns and Loaded Shells -AT CUT FnlCES. N. WHITE, 108 High St., Portsmouth. Va. THREE SPECIAL NUMBERS T FOR ONE WEEK. BEGINNING TO-DAY. All 25c. Wool Dress Goods for 19c. Sixty Bost Quality Calico Dress Patlcr:is: 10 yards each, for 45c. a Pattern. 12 1-2c. Flannelettes, dark and light shades, for 8c. The bed KID GLOVE in the city for 9Sc. Every pair warranted.. Sole Agent for KLEINEUT'S TELEGRAM BINDING. The only Bind? ing that will never wear put. JANUARY SACRIFICE SHLb ! FIFTY FINE COLLARETTES AND BOAS. They are Drummers' Samples, at twenty cents on the dollar less than wh...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 7 January 1899

OUR NATIONAL LAW MAKERS Anti-Civil Service Reforms Score a Victory. SOME STANDING DOCTRINES Home Tot*? Vxtra Vay for Volon? irers'-lleprefteiiintlTfl Rwmmon on Aiill-lni|)cr)!ili.ni (Srmilor ttct'af* rcry <on 11 it ii cm Ii I? Arjtamoui Airnlu?t s xpniikioii Policy of tlio A Ilm I n It: i -a II on. (By Telegraph to Virginian-Pilot.) Washington. January 6.?The anti clvll service reformers scored a victory In the House to-day. Tho Legislative, executive and Judlciul appropriation bill was taken up for consideration, and when tho appropriation for the civil service commission was reached Mr. Kvans (Republican, Kentucky) made a motion to strike It out. This motion has been made annually for a dozen years or more, but I1113 invariably fail? ed. But to-day the opponents of the law laid great stress on the fact that they could not get a direct vote upon the proposition, and were, therefore, compelled to seek Its nullification in this manner. Even these appeals failed to bring ou...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 7 January 1899

north Carolina news budget Items of Interest from the Governor's Message. ENDORSEMENT OF LATE WAR A I.eiisfllir Document In lYIilrli Poll* tics nro ( nn funy Avnlilnl-l'xcel lenl Itcmitt* from flio Cicoloulcul Hurvcy ? filtere?! In Uio Itettor lit cut of I'llllllo Itoail. \ JPlcn lor (lie Mute University* Raleigh, N. C, January 0.?Govern? or Russell's message to the Legisla? ture makes 41 typewritten pages. He begins by referring to tho North Car? olina volunteers in the late war, say? ing tho State has reasons to bo prourl ot> tho record they made "in a war rightfully declared and quickly brought to a successful conclusion.*' Ho refers specially to tho deaths of Lieut. TV. 10. Shlpp at Santiago and of Ensign AVorlh liattlcj-Jit Cardenas, and to tho fact that the First North Caro? lina ltegiment was the first to enter Havana and bear the flag through its streets. Ho says the geological survey con? tinues us excellent work and has al? ready brought several millions of capi...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 7 January 1899

PETERSBURG Prisoners Burn their Way Out o Jail, ?? T-?'-1- ? ~* Xiiit7ConslderntelyExtlnsaUUFI?ni?a Before m?iuiib tin ii Exit?Injured by i x j>t<istoii or n Gtm-Nncrliico ol'Fingers?Stnblcs Burucd, Petersburg;, Vs., Jan. 6.?William Stith and another negro whose name was not learned, bunted out of the county jail of Amelia county a night or two ago. It seems that they set flic to the door of the jail, and after burning a h.?lo in the door sufficiently large to make their exit, they extin? guished the flames. William Stlth. one of the negroes, had been escnt on : >r trial for forging the name of E. A. Sydnor, for fifteen dollars. Mr. 8yd nor is a merchant at Mannboro. The other negro, whose name was not learned, had I.n convicted of house breaking and given two years In the I penitentiary, and was in Jail waiting to| be sent to State prison. ACCIDENTALL?Y SHOT. Mr. C. M. Farley, or Amelia, and Ml J. W. Luinpkln, editor of the Amelia Record newspaper, ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 7 January 1899

FUNERAL OF REY. DR. H06E Will Take Place To-morrow Afternoon at 3 O'clock. SKETCH OF HIS LONG LIFE I'nalor Hairn (eutury-Ripe In Years aud Rich lu Hoiiors-llo Lived a Life Of lueliilnrn null Died llo? loved by All ?An Eminent lllrlue and Ono of llio noulh'M Cirealeat Richmond, Va., January G.?The fun oral of the late Rev. Dr. Moses D. H?ge will take place to-morrow after? noon at 2 o'clock from the Second rresbytcrlan Church. Rev. Mosc9 D. H?ge. D. D., Richmond's ablest preacher and citizen and leading expounder of the gospel in the Southern pulpit, died ut his home in this city at 2:30 o'clock yesterday morning. His death was not unexpected, by reason of his long Illness and extreme age, but It will be mounted sincerely by thou? sands of friends in this country and Europe. Last Juno Dr. H?ge had a spell or sickness, which convinced his most In? timate friends that a general breaking down of the system, incident to old age and long and arduous work had begun. I"t> to that...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 7 January 1899

REVIEW OF MARKETS FINANCIAL A?D~C?HHBRClAL Stocks, Money, Bxchaogo, Bonds, Grain, Cpttbn, Provisions, Etc. New York. January C.*-Pn.:sient be.iv pressure to-day caused much stock held for ;\ rise to be thrown over, resulting in a considerable- break In the specialties ai>d a decline of about a, poitK in many of the railroad stocks. The market was broad and unusually active during the liquidating process. London was a seller <>i\ balance The variations in the early quotations here v.?vis small but an unsettled Ceding Booh set In on evidence that many of the specialties which 'have fi lehlly i'i i n marked leaders showed lack o? ?support. .There were temporary rul )l(s, one about noon, bringing prices back to yesterday's closing ilgtlros, Chicago appeared t" bo a inbderatc teller While W?Shinjrluil boUSCS BCChl otl purchasers. At oni time or another pronounced Btrength and material dd . vancos were shown by Colorado, Southern, Plttshurg, Cincinnati, ft...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 8 January 1899

JIG Page? j 'J^ ^ !|Ji3^^ j m?** forecast for To-PAy | ^TTTTTrTTTTITTTTTTTTT'TTTTTTTf TTTTTTTTTTTTTTT TTTTtS ^^^^^^^^ ^^^^^^^^^ ^^^^^^^ rTTT" CTT TTTTTTTI ITTTT rTTTTTTTtTTTTTTI TTVfT^ VOL. II. NO. 84. NORFOLK, VA., SUNDAY, JANUARY S, 1899. SIXTEEN PAGES. PRICE THREE CENTS. GREAT BRITIAN AND FRANCE Madagascar and Egypt Put Forward as Irritants. THE TENSION INCREASING I'nbllc Opinion In Emlnnd Will Mot Nimcilou NwerTlni mi Inch lo Avoid Wnr-A (im. t but Keninrk able Pronouncement i?i Khnrtoum ?New Hclicino of t'ocll Itlioilcn In Al'rlcn-Wiihont Lender*. (Copyright, 1S99, The Associated Tress) London, January 7.?All events seem to work together In European politics to increase the tension between Great Britain and France. The past week has brought Madagascar and Egypt forward as Irritants, Just when the mutual Irritability was subsiding. Even the most conservative observers begin to take a pessimistic view ot the rela? tions between the two powers. This includes those who up to the pr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 8 January 1899

WANTED. Iir ANTKX) TO BUY FOB CASH. A VV wagon or buggy borse. Apply to B. B. HALSPEAD, 70 Church street. It \,\? ANTED."?T^VKllljo'l>Y~T??If?"Y tV <ur Teas, Coffees, Every purchaser is entitled to guess the number birans contained In n Mason Quart Jar. Thv person guessing nearest will receive, a told watch. KINO TKA AND LWHiB CO.. H> Marl i Place._jaS-lm ANTED.?ONE L.MtCiB S13CON D hand Safe: state make, size und price. Ad d ress BOX, thl s_o I lice. Jaij-3t ?\\T A N T E~D.-A LIGHT SET OF T? books to keep at night by an ac? countant who Is at leisure from C p. m. Address D. C Virginian-Pilot._Ja6-3t* TXT ANTED. ? FJVERYONB T4) cab!, VV at HOPKINS'. 3S2 Main Btreet, Norfolk, v?., for photvs of all kinds. J3.w Cabinet Carbonctts a specialty. Sat Btoctlon guaranteed. _JaS-3t* ANTED TO CORRESPOND WITH young man capable of editing wceklv newspaper in small town; pointer preferred: a good opportunity. Write 5NO. S. bv:k, Edcntoii, .\. > . _u AB...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 8 January 1899

WEATHER REPORT._ Washington, January 7.?Forecast for j Sunday: Virginia?Fair till Monday; warmer: l:ght southwesterly winds, becoming variable. . North Carolina?Fair; variable winds. Maximum temperature . 3S Minimum temperature. ?|4 Normal temperature .r- ?? il Departure from normal .plus D Departure from normal since Janu? ary 1st .Plus Rainfall In past 24'hours.11 Rainfall since first of month.31 Mean humidity . WEATHER. Fair till Monday; colder; fresh west? erly winds. CALENDAR. Run rises at 7:18 a. m. and sets at 5:00 p. m. TIDES. Norfolk?High water at 5:42 a. m. and f.;oi i>. m.; low water at 0:00 a. in. and 12: os p. m. Old Point?High water nt 5:21 a. m. o-nd 5:40 p. m.; low water at 11:39 a. m. and 11:47 p. m._?_ UPSHTJR?At Frederlcksburg. \"a.. on the morning of January i!tb, lV'O, R?SA DIE S ELD EN wlfo of Walter 8 Upshur. The funeral will take place TIMS (Sun? day) MORNING, January 8th, at :>:::n o'el .ek from St. Mary's Catholic Church. ADAMS.?At his...

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

VIRGINIAN - PILOT. ?MY THE? ? VIRGINIAN AND PILOT PUBUSIllNG COMPANY. KORFOLK VIRGINIAN ~M DAILY PILOT. (Con:.olldatcd Mnrch.JSSS.)_ Entered at tho ostofflce at Norfolk, Vs., as scound-class matter. OFFICE: PILOT HUILD1NG. CITY HALL AVENUE, NORFOLK. VA. OFFICERS: A. II. GitAN'DT, President; M. GLENN AN. Vice-Presldent: W. S. WILKINSON. Treasurer; JAMES K. Ab L.BN. Secretary. - HOARD OF DIRECTORS: A. II. Grandv, M. Qlennan, L. D. Starke, Jr., T. W. Shelton. lt. W, Shultlco, James B. Allen. D. F. Donovan. Til RISE CIS X m PER COI'T. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: The VIRGINIAN-PILOT Is delivered to subscribers by carriers In Norfolk and Vicinity, Portsmouth, Berkley. Suffolk West Norfolk, Newport News, for 10 cents per week, payable to tho carrier. Ry mall, to any place in tho Lnlt?l States, postage free: KAll.V.mir jnir - ?!?.00 ** nix mouth* - - - " tlirf* month* - - ?* on?? montli ? " ? ?r'l> ADVERTISING RATES: Advertise? ments inserted at the rata of 75 cents a ?quare, first Inser...

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