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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 3 March 1899

RALEIGH NEWS BUDGET Five Hundred Thousand Dol? lars For Railway Stocks. ATLANTIC & NORTH CAROLINA Donili Sentence Committed <o 1.1 le Imprisonment-Fe mono I Mention -Condition of Fruit nnd Vogctublo Cropi-Hpenkor Connor Abandon* Cbnlr to Administer n Rebuke? Oninlbns Tension BUI. (Special to Virginlon-Pllat.) Raleigh. N. C? March 2.?The offer by W. J. Edwards of $300,000 for the Atlantic and North Carolina railway having been refused by the joint legis? lative committee last night, it now ap? pears to be understood that he will in? crease the offer to $500,000. Governor Russell commutes to life Imprisonment the death sentence of Jasper Hlnson, who murdered a man named Crawford In Mecklenburg coun? ty last year. John D. Bellamy, member-elect to Congress from the Sixth district. Is here, ns are also It. "W- Hicks and \V. E. Worth, of Wilmington, nnd Editor J. .E Robinson, of the Goldsboro Ar? gus. ABOUT CROPS. Inquiries are coming In :is to whether the fruit cro...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 3 March 1899

PORTSMOUTH ?ND NORFOLK COUNTY What Virginian-Pilot Rep? resentatives Hear Daily. BRIEF ITEMS OF INTEREST The Movement? or l'copln In Whom lbs Average Reader I? Inter ?Bled?Happening* In I.c-jul--lln* turns, Koll?0ons nnd Social ?'Ir? clea?A Forecast or Future K venia. Mr. E^ A. Butt, chief clerk to the civil engineer at ti?; yard, reported for duty yesterday, after three weeks' absence on account of sickness. Rev. W. P. Fisher, bf the Fourth Street Baptist Church, will have bap? tising at his church Sunday night Prof. Boatwright, of Richmond College, Will preach for him. ltev. W, f. Fisher bus commenced a series of talks to the B. Y. P. 1T. of his church. He has taken for his subject "How to Use the Bible." The Epworth League of Monumental M. E. Church will hold (heir regular weekly devotional meeting to-night. The subject for discussion will be "Palm Tree Christians," led by Mr. T. G. Mlnton. Emmett Deans, In another column, calls attention to his new line of in? fants' mull caps a...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 3 March 1899

PORTSMOUTH ADVERTISEMENTS. [Continued.] BED BUGS, AND HOW TO KILL. THEM 1 By using Cnrr's Corrosive Sublimate "Knock-out Drops" you can kilt bed bugs, ilestroy their eggs and serins. It is a positive preventattve. Put up in lull pint cottlcs, with brush, 25c. JEROME R. CARR, ?WTtOLKvSALH AND RETAIL DRUGGIST, Corner Court and County and Green near Bart streets. ALL. PATENT MEDICINES AT CUT RATES. Both 'phones. Goods delivered to all sections of city and suburbs. ATTENTION, BUYERS! READ THE LIST OF SPRING ARTICLES JUST OPENED I The largest line of Infant's Mull Caps in the city from 10c. to $1 each. Large stock of Nainsook and Swiss Embroideries, in neat and showy patterns. White Goods and Piques from 5c to 25c. per yard. Bargains in Black Dress Goods from 25c. to 75c per yard. Special in 45-inch French Serge, 39c Also 54-inch Skirting for 75c, regular 51.00 quality. Silk Cord for lacing dresses in all shades. No. 40 Taffetta, All-Silk Ribbon, 20c t _TERMS CASH._320 HIGH STREET._ NOTI...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 3 March 1899

FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL Stocks, Money, Exchange, Bonds, Grain, Cotlon, Provisions, Etc. New York) March 2.?The stock mar? ket displayed weakness, particularly In the Grangers, Pacific and Specialties, practically all day with but Incidental rallies. There was an appearance of support In certain stocks In the final dealings which caused a fairly steady close, although the Grangers were still under pressure. There was no news to act ount for the decline except for n firmer tone to money, call rates touch? ing 3%, attributable to u call issued preliminary to the settlement between the Central Pacific railroad and the Government. The easier tone of ster? ling exchange was a natural accompa? niment of the firmer tone in money in? dicating that an Increase demand for money might contract the volume cd" American funds now loaned abroad. There were denials from bank officials of the current assertion that undue dis? crimination was being exercised against the Industrial collateral. Sell? i...

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

VOL. II?-NO. 131, NORFOLK, VA., SATURDAY, M lJL?-.W:tLn.jWJII^^ .v..,,.,...,1.ii...l.llniuinuli; 3 WEATHER FORECAST FOR TO-DAY t NORFOLK AND VICINITY-- ? Probably rain; nearly stationary ? tentjperature; east winds, becoming " : brisk -TWELVE PAG-BS. THREE CENTS PER COPY. MR. M. GLENNAN DIED LAST NIGHT He Passes Away Quietly at His Home, THE END CAME AT 11:30 P. (VI, Und Itoeil III Muco .Sunday but Witt ThoiiKiit to no Better Yestor? ?lay iiud. tilH Frlciida Kocnuio llope inl but ?bauge licvotnueil nn? Ucatli Cniiio Very NiitUlculy ? Sketch uf III-. Lire. Michael Glcnnan is dead. Last Sunday morning while Mr. Glennan was attending mass at Sacred Heart Church he was attacked with ? vertigo and had tu he taken from the church and sent home. Physicians were hastily summoned and everything possible was done for the sufferer, but it was not until late In the evening that ho recovered consciousness. Hit condition was regarded as serious and! during tho week little hope has beonj entertain...

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

_WANTED. , anted? "a" woman hair dresser who understands treatment of scalps, to come twice a week to resi? dence: also address of masseuse. R. P., Vlrginlan-PlIot ofllce._It* WANTED. ? FIRST-CLASS SALES man for Lubricating oils. Greases and Specialties. Salary or commission. EUUITA.BI1K1 REPINING CO., Cleve? land, 0._mh4-2t* RELIABLE MAN to EMPLOY AND look after canvassers; $00 per month and expenses guaranteed. References required. CLARK & CO., 234 S. Fourth street, Philadelphia, Pa. it (1 IRL want KD. ? NICE white JC girl can steine a home In Berkley. Applv st:itlng ago to home, box 30 Berkley, Va._mh3 WOULD bike TO INVEST AS I partner In somo well established business. Address "lt.." caro Virginian i'llot ofllce. mh2-3t* HELP WANTED?FEMALE. BUSINESS WOMAN FOR PERMA nent traveling position. $00 per month und expenses guaranteed. Refer? ences required. CLARK & CO.. 231 S. 6th etrt?t. Philadelphia, Pa. fc25,mal1 WANTED MEN AND WOMEN In every town to -work fo...

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

._WEATHER REPORT. Washington, March 3.?Weather lore- ] cast for Saturday: Virginia?Rain; fresh easterly -winds. North'Carolina?Rain; brisk, east to | southeast winds. Increasing. Norfolk nn<! Vlclnlly. WEATHER FORECAST FOR TO? DAY. Probable rain; nearly stationary tem? peratures; cast winds, becoming brisk. TEMPERATURE, RAINFALL. AND I HUMIDITY. Maximum temperature . 42 Minimum temperaturo . 3S Normal temperature . 43 Departure from normal.minus 3 Departure since January 1st..minus 121 Rainfall in past 24 hours.50 Rainfall since 1st of month.50 Mean humidity . 100 CALENDAR. Sun rises at 6:31 a. in.; sets at 6:031 p. m. TIDES Norfolk?High water at 1:40 a. m. and 1:53 p. m.; low water at 8:04 a. m. and 8:11 p. m. Old Point?High water at 1:19 a. m. ana 1:32 p. m.; low water at 7:43 a. m. and 7:50 p. m. Monuments and Gravestones. The selection of a suitable memorial In marble or gran Ito can be readily made from our stock, for wo carry tho largest assortment of finish? ed des...

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

?BY THE? (VIRGINIAN AND PILOT PUBLISHING' COMPANY. j NORFOLK VIRGINIAN AND DAILY PILOT. (Consolidated March. 1S38.) Entered at tlie Postofflcts at Norfolk, Va., as second-class matter. OFFICE: PILOT BUILDING. CITY HALL AVENUE. NORFOLK. VA. OFF1CEKS: A. H. G KAN OY, President M. GLEN NAN. Vice-President: W. 'S. WILKINSON. Treasurer; JAMES E. AL? LEN. S:-cii-lary. BOARD OF DIRECTORS: A. H.L Grondy. M. Glennan. L. D. Starke. Ji..B T. W. Shelton. It \V. Shulttce, Jam-os I" " Allen. D. F. Donovan. TURKIC UKNTN I'KR CIM'Y. SUBSCRIPTION RATES The V1HCIN1AN-PILOT Is delivered lol subscribers by carriers in Norfolk nn.lE Vicinity. Portsmouth, Berkley. Suffolk.! West Norfo!!;. Newport News, for lOIi cents per week payable to the carrier.g' By mail, to any place In tho united! States, postage free: DAII.T, one yenr - SB.OCij ?* His IIIOIHIH - tt.OOr' ?? liireo iHonthi - - J.-ioj '? one moiittl - ? A DVERTISI NCI BATES: Advertl? tncnts instrtea nt tlie rate of 75 cents i Square, first Insertion...

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

Baking ?BSQ&VTEtX t>URE Makes the food more delicious ond wholesome ?OV?l BAXINO PO*0?B CO., NEW YORK. BRAHBLETOK WARD. The Epworth League of Trinity M. E. Church will hold Its regular weekly de? votional meeting at C:30 o'clock to? morrow night. The meeting of the Christian Alliance al Park Avenue Baptist Church next Sunday, is looked forward to with much Interest. A strange white man has been tres? passing on the premises of several of the residents on South Kelly avenue for the past day or two. He was ac? costed by a lady, who found him on her premises, to know what his business was, and he made no answer, although she followed him and repeated the call several times. It is thought by some that he 13 laying plans to rob at night. The 13. Y. P. U. of Spurgeon Memo? rial Baptist Church will meet Monday night at 8 o'clock for devotional exer? cises. Miss Lucille Sanderlln, of 115 North Maltby avenue, will leave Tuesday for Nansemond county, to visit friends. A...

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

LflSf DIY OF COMGRESS (Continued from First Pasc.) been referred to the Commit tee on Ap u roprlations. Tri > Vice-Presldcnt held the latter P dnt to be well taken. Mr. Poraker offered tlie same amend? ment, restricting its application) how? ever, to the present adjutant general.! Mr. Pettus made a point of order j ?&qlust it ami . -? s .?-?-.???u: ) Vy .h?l eiinlr. f Mr. Allen, of Nebraska, npivaaled from the Chair's decision and by an aye and noc vote the Chair wus sus? tained? 11 to 1. CUBAN FRANCHISES. Mr. Foraker then offered the amend? ment of which lie save notice a few days since, declaring against the grant? ing of franchises in Cuba, omitting the portion relating to the withdrawal of the United States troops in tliu island. The amendment as offered was as fol? low s; ",T(\:it no property, franchises or concessions of any kind whatever shall bo granted by tlie United States or by any military or other authority what? ever in the Island of Cuba during ...

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

NORFOLK LOCAL NEWS. NORFOLK'S lEBKVARY TRADE. EXPORTS ? SHIPPING ? CLEAR? ING HOUSE TRANSACTIONS. Mr. B. E. Dawes, statistician of the Board of Trade, mokes the following statement of tho export shipments from the port of Norfolk fur the month of February, 1899: . Amt. Coal, ships' use (a).. 8,483 Corn (b). DG.">,t!S0 Coal in) Logs and lumber' Grease ..... Soap (c). Staves . 10,963 . 471.'.'00 ,. 327,810 Lard (c). 2,839,143 Coke (a)....;. 2,254 Tallow (c) . 261,800 Steel (a) . 477 < 'aimed beef (c)....* 178,600 Tobacco (c)..... ?, 1,022,000 Flour (d) .13,444 Cotton seed oil (g).. 300,000 Cotton seeil meal(c). 5,178,890 Pig Iron (a). Copper (c). Cotton (h). Cotton waste (c)... castings .', Nuts . Glucose (c) . Miscellaneous ... ? V/heat lb) ., Park . Hutu t,a) .*?.' G.627 0S6.U17 lc.oir, 487,759 1P.4S5 0.750 KS Value. 25,455 232.029 23.4S0 116.877 9,801 14,136 15,430 170.34S 4.60S 7,854 9,530 10,710 71,553 63,7; C0.1S0 I 119,766 I C6.275 147,802 493,073 I 11,632...

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

NEWS FROM RICHMOND AND OTHER PARTS OF VTRt^iTkn a RICHMOND MEWS LETTER State Officials Attend Gov. McKinneys Funeral. will: remove the shops l!*r, Irwine Tlilnks There nre One Tliuaannd Cmei or Hmnlipox in viruliiii?- iijui to Tnito Down Pie* im cm nl (lie (iuycly GJiIt-i'. A it, Oniclnl Rr?lsiis?nootc Agent In 1 rnnl>lc-nr. Scott III. fffrcrlal to Virglnlan-Pllot.*) Richmond, Va., March 3.?The heads . ; Stale departments who attended the ? ral of ex-Governor McKlnncy at . tiiville to-day, were Colonel Mar ; .1 Ma rye, Auditor of l'ublic Accouhts; Dr. Joseph W. Southall, Supcrintcn -.-.t of l'ublic Instruction, und Mr. A. -.. Caiman, State Treasurer, and Sec I Auditor Joshua Ryland. Mr. J. C. nklng, chief clerk In the office of the uretory of the Commonwealth, rep? resented that department, Secretary ; aw less being unable to attend owing : . his having to ofliclatc as a pall? bearer at the funeral of a friend in this city- The Governor was represented by Col. C. O'?. Ca....

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

THE! NEWS FROM THE OLD NORTH STATE AND ITS CAPITAL RALEIGH NEWS BUDGET Complete Vindication of the Wilsons. EIGHTEEN MONTHS SALARY Reinstatement Makes the suite I.iablo For iho Money They Would ?lavo Enrn?il na Itail ivny Couuula. ?lonora?A I'uplnr Presiding; Olli? cer?Members or Gang or Orcmi? Iscd Robbers Kngged. ' " (Special to Vlrginlan-Pilot.) ' Raleigh, N. C, March 3.?No one of the eager hundreds who witnessed tho proceedings during the joint session of the Leglslaturo from 4 o'clock yester? day afternoon until 3:30 this morning will over forget the tjcene. The vindi? cation of Major J. W. Wilson and S. Gtto "Wilson is complete. Practically every leading Democrat voted In favor of reinstatement. There are only five Populista, and these all voted on Gov? ernor Kussell's side nnd against the Wilsons. The Republican vote divided. Major Wilson was at the railway commission ofllcc this morning and congratulations poured In upon him. He stood during all the time since the Governor o...

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

PORTSMOUTH LOCAL NEWS AND ADVERTISEMENTc;' PORTSMOUTH AND NORFOLK COUNTY What Virginian-Pilot Rep? resentatives Hear Daily. BRIEF ITEMS OF INTEREST iht> Atoveinontn or I'eonlo In Whom Ilia Avcrncn Kriulor Is Inter? ested? Happening I? l.ra'nl ? Uir? Inen?, lli i!; rous mill Koclitl t'lr? ClCta?A Forecast or future Events. Mrs. James D. Shackclford loft Fri? day morning for North Carolina, where Bhe will visit her uurents, Dr. and Sirs. Richard C. Smith, of Gatesville. Monumental M. E. Church, Rev. L. It. Betty, pastor Preaching at n a. in. niul 7:30 p. m. Morning subject: "The Divine Method of Increasing the Mem? bership of the Church;" evening theme, ??The Dfvlne Power of the Gospel of Christ." The food thnt was left over from tin banquet was distributed to the poor yesterday by the Lawn Workers of Monumental Church. There were seven thousand pieces of crockery used at the banquet Thurs? day. The Indies paid $4- for the use of It. Mr. Wm. P.. Johnson returned yester? day...

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

PORTSMOUTH ADVERTISEMENTS. ' [Continued.] ? STOCK MUST BE SOLD BY APRIL 1st. Great Sale of Boots and Shoes at and Below Cost, To Close Business. ETVERYTHI KG IN THE WAY OF FOOTWEAR MUST HE SOLD AT THE TIME. NAiMED. WE WOULD ADVISE EVERYONE TO CALL EARLY AND GET* THEIR PICK. WE WILL SELL OCR STOCK AS A WHOLE AT A RE? DUCED PRICE. THIS WOULD BE A SPLENDID INVESTMENT FOR ANY? ONE OR FOR THOSE WHO SHOULD LIKE TO ENGAGE IN THE SHOE BUSDNESS. l.. o. long 3t soim. mhi-im 219 HIGH STREET, PORTSMOUTH, VA SPRING STYLES -NOW ON EXHIBITION AT The New York Clothing Company -UP TO DATE NOVELTIES IN MEN'S SUITS, SPRING TOP COATS, MEN'S PANTS, YOUTH'S CLOTHING, CHILDREN'S SUITS. Men's Hats, Shirts, Hosiery, Neckwear, Night Robes, Pajamas, Boys' Blouses and Shirt Waists, and every? thing appertaining to a First-Class Men's Outfitters at the NEW YORK CLOTHTOG CO,, (THE LEADING HOUSE OF PORTSMOUTH ) 214 HIGH STREET. PORTSMOUTH. VA. BED BUG89 and how to kill them! By using Carr'S Corrosive Sublimate "K...

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

REVIEW OF MARKETS FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL StocKs, Money, Exchange, Bonds, Grain, Cotton, Provisions, Etc. New York, March ".?Stock dealings Were in moderate volume to-day. Which induced sharp net gains generally, with a firm tone prevailing at the close. The realizing which appeared yesterday continued but a short time this morn? ing, and the market quieted down, with an appearance in ninny stocks of a har? dening tendency. Traders were In? cline d to cover to some extent on the appearance of some so-called good buying, which encouraged endeavors for the long account. Burlington, Atch lson preferred, Sugar and the steel stacks,iWlth the cessation of long stork c >ming out, became decidedly firmer. Brooklyn Transit was strong, because of the announcement that the stock is? sued to ucqulre another company had been absorbed by a syndicate, St. Louis, Southwestern preferred was de? cidedly strong and there were u num? ber of ndvnnccs among the specialties, including Consolid...

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

""IU'lllHlUI.HIIlMil IN TWO PARTS. [ TTT rrrrTTTTTTTTTTT? TTTT.TTTTTTTTTTT TMTTTTTTTTI T? VOL. II---KO. 133. NORFOLK, TA., TUESDAY, MARCH 7, 1899?TWELVE PAGES. THREE CENTS PER COPY. FILIPINOS TO BE CiT?SHED General Otis Has Completed Plans For Grand Onslaught. ANOTHER SHARP ENGAGEMENT I'orl.v-imc 11loll*HIMl ?Iflicrrs null Men Comprise the Army mid .>nvy l'urt'O Auw hi or i " IIoulo lo Mit niln? Admiral Ucwcy's roTverlul > i|iriili iin ( uniiini.ih'iii'i s AWall? lug Colone! lieuby. (By Telegraph to Virginian-Pilot.) Washington, March C?There Is some reason to expect Important news from Manila within the next fortnight. It has developed that General Otis has practically completed his plans for a grand onslaught of the Insurgents, which is expected to deprive them of offensive power at least. It is proba? ble that he will form a large part of his force Into columns, ns soon as his reinforcements are all at hand, and will push these In parallel lines through the ...

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

, WANTED. ^JUMUijtfiri r.r i-m'.- ?-.-^-. ^ WANTED ? PLACE 1IT A GOOD cook: can gAo references. Apply C73 Buto street._R* ANTED. ? ARTIST ON CRAYON and pastels; none but a strictly first-class worker need address only J. A. WAI.dK. Hotel Norfolk._mh7-3t? . AKTKD, - A WOMAN IT A JII dresser who understands treatment of scnlns. to come twlco a. week to resi? dence; "also address of masseuse, lt. li., Virginian-Pilot ofllce._mb7-3t ANTED. ? TO BUY. SECOND hand Iron Snfo for cash. Address SAFE, euro of Vlrglnlan-Pllot. mh7-lw* ?\\T ANTED ? BY EXPERIENCED W Stenographer, Typewriter and Book-keei>er, employment afternoons and evenings. Address Box 391. mch53t? ANTED?A RELIABLE BOY TO tako chargo of Soda fountnln; no Fmnll boy need apply. TROTTER'S DUUG STORE._inchS-3t ?"?L~D LIKE TO INVEST ?~S partner In somo well established business. Address "lt.," care Virglnlan I'llot ofllce. 111112-31' FOR RENT. Ill URN1S11ED OR UNFURNISHED 1 Front Rooms ut 518 E. MAIN ST. mch5-3t?_ 171 OR...

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

WEATjH^R^JREPORT. IVaahington. March C?Forecast for |esday: frlrglnl"?Generally fair, possibly pre? ttied by rain In extreme southeast r|b>n; colder; variable winds, be inuig high, northwesterly and dimln ilng by afternoon. Morth Carolina?Clearing In the ear morning; fair Tuesday; colder in rttral and eastern portions; high Vthwesterly wipds, diminishing by ?eriiuoii. \ Norlollt nnil Vicinity. BATHER FORECAST FOR TO ft, UAY |Falr and cooler; brisk, northeast nds. IMPERATURE. RAINFALL, AND | HUMIDITY. Itxlmum temperature. 4SI nlmum temperature. 36 irmal temperature . 45 'Parture from normal.plus :; 'parture from normal since Janu [try 1st.minus 109 | lilnfall In past 21 hours . tlnfall since llrst of month.2 tan humidity .'.. TS I CALENDAR, pun rises at 0:27 a. m. and sots at 1)5 p. m.' TIDES. IVorrolk?High water at ?:0? a. nr. and 113 J). m.; low water at 11:20 a. m. and ]i\ p. m. bid Point?High water at 4:44 a. |d'Q:l2 p. m.; low water at 11:0.*> a. d 11:20 p....

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

YlKWM?M-rUUl. ?BT THR? ftTIRGINIAN AND PILOT PUBLISHING COUPANY. EORFOLK VIRGINIAN AND DAILY PILOT. (Consolidated March, 153S.) Entered at tho PostofHce at Norfolk, [Va., tu second-class matter. PFFICE: PILOT BUILDING. I CITY HALL AVENUE. _NORFOLK, VA._ OFFICERS: A. H. ORANDY, President; M. GLENNAN. Vlce-Prcsldent: W. S. WILKINSON. Treasurer; JAMKS E. Ab i-JSN, Secretary. BOARD OF DIRECTORS: A. H. Grandy, M. Glennan, L. D. Starke. Jr.. JT. W. Shelton, R. W. Sliultlce, James E. Ailon, D. F. Donovan. TUREG CENTS PER COl'Y. SUBSCRIPTION RATES". The VIRGINIAN-PILOT is delivered to Subscribers by carriers In Norfolk and vicinity, Portsmouth, Berkley. Suffolk. RVest Norfolk, Newport News, for 10 cents per week payable to the carrier, py mall, to any place in the United States, postage free.: PAII.Y, oue;rar - - ? - 85.no ?? alz months ... 3 00 *? three months . - 1.30 u ono month m n a ?50 ADVERTISING RATES: Advertise? ments Inserted at the rate ot 75 cents a j Square, first Insertion; ea...

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