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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 10 March 1899

THE NEWS FROM THE OLD NORTH STATE AND ITS CAPITAL RALEIGH NEWS NOTES What the Late Legislature Did in Lawmaking. WILL EXHIBIT IN PARIS Sfntcrlnln In Ihn Ntnio Mttsenm Will Ue Srnt to tlio Greal Exposition? A Dviuniul Hefnsod? Kejprcsetiitn* live Trotmnn Dead ? Nprrlui fl'orU of (ho Legislature?ft'omui Bcml in Ills Car. '.' >..' " -? 1 (Special to VlrnlniiTi-Fllot.) Raleigh, N. C, March 9.?Not until this morning was the Secretary of Stnto able to give the c::aot number of. acts and resolutions ratified by the Legislature during its sixty-four days' session. He finds that there wore 1.107 acts and 7'J resolutions; total, 1.1SC. This Is loss than expected. The reason is that fewer than expected were rati? fied on the last day. Almost 50 per cent. o? the bills introduced became laws. AWAITING OTIIO WILSON. The people hero are awaiting the re? turn ot Otho Wilson, ex-Hailway Com? missioner, so they can ascertain from him whether ho really means to con tost S. L. Hogers' right ...

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

PORTSMOUTH LOCAL NEWS AND ADVERTISEMENTS PORTSMOUTH AND NORFOLK COUNTY What Virginian-Pilol Rep? resentatives Hear Daily. ERIEF ITEMS OF INTEREST Ihr Jto vcmouti of People in WI10111 ilir Averi'tra Itcaitcr 1? Inter tktcit?Happening* In I.ej>nl ?Diih liirN?. Cti'llU'fuui unit Sorlitl ? ir i'Ii-n a Forecast of I'uim-c l K lltS. Mr. L. C. ff. Page was out on the' BiioLis yet rday atier being confined to hin h tue for some time with rhcu iva.'If!.-. lion. John K. Abbott, the Roprcsen tntlvc of i'analen county, N*. C, in tlie <:. :.. ;:il ASSDlribly of Hie Old North :-!: to, was in the city yesterday. A drunken blind negro created con? s' Ii arable excitement yesterday on the corner of Washington itnd County streets. An olllcer was summoned by 'phone, and after much dilliculty the offender was taken to tlie station house. There will be no meeting of tlie Board of .Supervisors next Tuesday, the regu? lar meeting day. All of the business of the county was transacted ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 10 March 1899

PORTSMOUTH ADVERTISEMENTS. [Continued.] SELLING OUT AT AND BELOW COST\ TO GLOSE BUSIN9SS. THE MERCHANTS' AND FARMERS' BANK OF THIS CITT HAVE BOUGHT ?UR STORE. WE MUST VACATE. SO THEY CAN' REMODEL AND OCCUPY IT FOR THEIR BUSINESS. IF YOU ARE IN NEED OF SHOES. DON'T FAIL TO COMB AND SEE US. AS EVERYTHING WILL BE SOLD AS ADVERTISED. HEADS OF FAMILIES SHOULD TAKE ADVANTAGE OF T1US SALE. FOR THEY CAN SAVE FROM 25 CENTS TO $1.00 ON EVERY PAIR OF SHOES THEY BUY FROM US. L*. C. LONG ?t SON, mM-lm 219 HIGH STREET, PORTSMOUTH, VA FOR SMLE_ Large house, Chestnut street extended; large house. Glasgow street corner; double house, large lot Sixth street; vacant lot Sixth street: large house Chestnut, corner Grlffln; double house London street extended: 2 nice lots on Crawford street; largo house on Ciawford street: nice press brick ^louso, Dinwiddlo strtevt: 2 nice residences on Washington street; house Bart street, all conveniences; nice house. 8 rooms, bath, etc.. Hatton street: 5 choice lots l...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 10 March 1899

FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL StocKs, Money, Exchange, Bonds, Grain, Cotton, Provisions, Etc. New York, March 9.?The result of to-day's trading was irregular net changes, some of tho specialties show? ing advances, while most of tho stand? ard shares were fractionally lower. The activity in the Initial and llnal trad? ing, with dullness a large part of the day, was a counterpart of the deal ill] ? yesterday and the day before, ex , ep! that to-day trading was weak In the final dealings, whereas on those Other days the closing activity was marked by strength. The specialties and the general market improved con? siderably in the early dealings In sym? pathy with the Coalers, which were strong on continued talk of the pro? posed deal, but subsequently worked lower. The Fower stocks were lifted from time to time, particularly People's I Gas and Brooklyn Transit, which made I net gains of about two points each. Metropolitan Street Railway and Third Avenue gained 6V2 and 7 points respect? ivel...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 11 March 1899

IN TWO PARTS, t i WEATHER FORECAST FOR TO-DAY I NORFOLK AND VICINIT V? ^ Generally (air: warmer; south winds. VOL. II---XO. 137. ?NOHFOJ,K, VA., SATI:KDAY, MARCH ~ll7 1899?TWELVE pIgES THREE CENTS PER. COPY. THE PORTO RIC?N SITUATION. Commanding: General Henry in a Dilemma. MORE TROOPS ARE NEEDED. 1)1 .content Willi American Itnle Growing A in out; tiic Islanders)? 'I lio Ucuerai's Vlow ?f Gio Ninm llon?Trouble Mouveoii Soldier* uuii Natives-1 uo Nlnck iu Ike Kol u iu Ii? Taken Pp. (By Telegraph to Virglnlan-Tilo!..) Chicago, 111., March 10.?The Tribune to-morrow will print the following spe clitl correspondence from Porto Rico from a Tribune stall correspondent: Han Juan, do Porto Itlco, March 1.? The real situation in Porto Rico is not understood. People in the States gene rally regard Porto llloo as it sort ot haven ot peace. The War Department has just requested of General Henry that he immediately report how many regular troops he could spare from the island. Tie- One Hundred a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 11 March 1899

LOST\_ .^'KiAYJii).?a -maXe sictter. coC ,3 orcd brown, with white diroast nnd ?answering to tho natno of "Jack." Sat Isfacrorv reward If returned to tho owner at 305 North Park avenue, Ht-anihloton, it - WANTED. tit AN two. ? A YOUNO LADY VV clerk at LANGBALLITS, 2S0 Church sireel._mhll-3t TT7 ANTED. ? INSTRUCTOR IN <P1 \V ?no) Music lessons, to bo received ot nip-lu: male teacher preferred: state terms, etc., (in Norfolk). N. S. II. care X, 15 Luke, 4US-110 Water street, Ports? mouth, Y;?._fnhll-3t Tir ANTED. ? A flOOD BISCOND VV h.ind Refrigerator; must bo In pocd condition: lnrgo size. Address A. 'A., Ylrginh'u-lMlot ofllce. mhU-3t \\f~? N f ED . ? KI RST-CLASS CO17 V? ored cook io stay on premises. Applv ot Virginian-Pilot offlco from 10 to l o'clock._mh'J-tf WANTED. ? YOUNO MAN, 25. 5? slrcs position of some kind; nine years' experience In general ofllce work and assistant bookkeeping: nl prcsc temporarily employed with responsible Norfolk linn; can give brsl of ref...

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

Washington, D. C, March 10.?Fore- | cast for Saturday: Virginia?Fair; warmer In southeast! quarter; fresh to brisk southeasterly winds. North Carolina?Fair; warmer in ex? treme eastern portion; fresh to brisk | easterly winds.' Norfolk mi.I Vicinity WE ATI IE It FORECAST FOR TO? DAY. Generally fair; warmer; South winds. TEMPERATURE. RAINFALL. AND HUMIDITY. March 10, 1S99. Maximum temperature . <1X I Minimum temperature. 39 Normal teperature . 48 Departure from normal.minus 4| Departure einco Jan. 1st.minus 147 Rainfall In past 24 hours. o| Rainfall since 1st of month.3.12 Mean humidity. Si' CALENDAR. Sun rises, 6:21 a, m.: sets, C:09 p. m. TIDES. Norfolk: High water, 8:45 a. m., 9:01 p. in. Low water, 2:30 a. in.. 2:.r.i> p. in. Old Point: High water, 8:21 a. m., S:43 P. in. Low water, L':0h a. in.. 2:2!> p. m. Monuments and Gravestones. The selection of a FUlt?blo memorial in marble or gran Itc enn he readily made from our stock, for wo carry tho la...

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

VIRGINIAN - PILOT. ?BT THE? (VIRGINIAN ANI> PILOT FUI3USHIXG COMPANY. tORFOLK VIRGINIAN AND DAILY PILOT. (Consolidated March, 1S93.) Entered at the ro.itoMcu at Norrolk. iVa., as second-class matter. i; office: niOT mm.DiNa. ; city. HALL, AVENUE. norfolk. va. OFFICIOUS: A. H. ORANDY. President; M. GL10NNAN. Vice-President: W. S. WILKINSON, Treasurer; JAMES 10. AI_ LION. Secretary. BOARD OF mitECTOUS: A. II. Grandy, M. Glennnn. L. L\ Starke. Jr.. T. W. Shellon. 11 W. Shultice. Juuies E. Allen. U. F. Donovan. Tit k i ? e <: i x rs i?kit <:oi?T. subscription rates: The VIRGINIAN-PILOT ts delivered to subscribers by carriers In Norfolk nii.l vicinity. Portsmouth, Berkloy, Suffolk. West Norfolk. Newport News, for 10 cents per week payable to the carrier. By mall, to nay place 111 the Untied Slates, postage free; DAILY, onoyrnr - grj.on " sis months - - - a on *? Iliree mouths - - l.r?o t onc moiitil ? ? ? .SO ADVERTISING RATES: Advertise? ments Inserlca n...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 11 March 1899

Makes the food more delicious and wholesome BQV?l DAK1N0 r-OWJFB CO-. NC VOWK. BRIEF ITEMS OF INTEREST. Mr. Robert W. Gait, of Wllll.imsburg, to turned to "Ye Ancient Capital" yes? terday afternoon. Mr. Thomas Williams, a well-known and popular young Virginian, Is at Hotel Norfolk. Messrs. Howard H. Holt and Samuel M. Pcttus, of Newport News, returned home yesterday, from a visit to our city Thursday evening. Mr. J. H. Garthom, of Suffolk, was In the city yesterday, exchanging greet? ings with friends. Birds, sure harbingers of spring, gave a musical concert yesterday afternoon In St. Paul's Church yard. Mr. C. C. Kent, Jr.. of Newport News, permitted the light of his countenance to shine upon friends In Norfolk, where Ije Is always a welcome visitor, yester? day. Commencing Monday night, the train how leaving Virginia Reach at 10 o'clock p. m.i will be changed to 7::'.0 o'clock p. m. The weather was pleasant and Invig? orating yesterday, and tempted thou? sands of people, particula...

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

GERMANY IN SAMOA Consul Rose, at Apia, Defends His Course* Denies Statement Made by Culel Jus? lice Chamber* nnit Coutoutls Tlmt Ho M . Kot l.i'tnlly Judge)? Dr. Itiitroi Wauled to itc Uovornor. (By Telegraph to Virginian-Pilot.) Berlin, March 10.?The Reichsanzcig er publishes a scries ot ofllcial dis? patches from Samoa. Heir Ke.se, the tier man Consul, In Iiis report of the events prior to January Ith, dated Jan? uary 23d, says Hie decision of Chief Justice Chambers in favor of Malietoa 'i'anus was bound to have a stupefying < ff ?(, inasmuch as in a written state? ment, dated Ootobcr i*'.v>. Mr. Cham? bers declared that there was no ground fjr contesting Mataal'a's assumption of the sovereignty if he was legally' elected King. During the course of the discussion, prior tp the outbreak, respecting the measures to be udopti d to assure public security, Mr. Maxse, the British Con? sul, and Captain Sturdce, of the Brit? ish cruiser Porpoise, are represented as i...

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

NEWS FROM RICHMOND AND OTHER PARTS OF VIRGINIA. RICHMOND NEWS AND GOSSIP Methodist Program For Rais? ing Centennial Fund. THE ARRAY OF SPEAKERS ?' ini'i'cil I n us Of tile Virginia Sunday Nohoul Npclely?Election ol unicorn -Koanoht H?lsen One Thoiiauntl U oil it ra toNccnro Mummer Keim?l ol Methods mid win W2n the Prime -Guv. Tyler Itetiirulng from Cubn (Special to Virginian-Pilot.) Richmond, Va;, March 10.?The Meth odist stewards of this city have adopt? ed a lino program as the result of several mass meetings In the Interest of the centennial celebration of Metho? dism here next month. It lias been de? cided to form a league to bo known as the Centennial Church Extension So? ciety of Richmond and Vicinity- The I program for the celebration next month j follows: SUNDAY. APRIL 23D. AT TRINITY CHURCH. 9:30 a. m.?Prayer and experience meeting, led by Rev. A. tl. Brown, D. p. (lrsl pastor of the present Trinity (-11111011 and last pastor of old Trinity, on Franklin street. 11 a. m-?Pre...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 11 March 1899

THE NEWS FROM VIRGINIA CONTINUED FROM PAGE SEVEN. Funeral of Mrs. A. Blajr An? trim. Annual C'oitlcroilco or Itto M. I . 4 linrcli. < i?loio:J Ml* tlNllCII] NnlCH ?Illvlilciitl From lite Hook Cou? coru?A I.OHS Train- I'nrniyzrd? Roanoke, V.l., March 10.?The funer? al services of the late Mrs. Blair An? trim took place at St. John's Episcopal Church at 11 o'clock yesterday morning and wore conducted by Rev. Dr. W. II. Monde, formerly rector, now of Chapel Hill, N. C. The services were largely attended, showing the high es tees In which the deceased was held by the community. The services wore of the usual Impreslsve character. The choir sang "One Sweetly Solemn Thought," and "Peace, Perfect Peace." The Interment was at Falrvlew Ceme? tery, and the njound above the grave that holds all that is mortal of the deceased was covered with beautiful flo? ral tributes from friends. M. E. CONFERENCE.. The 'Washington annual conference of the Methodist Fpiscopal Church (color? ed) op...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 11 March 1899

"THE NEWS FROM THE}" OLD NORTH STATE AND ITS CAPITAL, RALEIGH NEWS LETTER The SeabGard Air Line Must Reduce Rates. THE LEGISLATURE'S WORK To Kit* n Fox WlUiin lite Scxt Two Yvnr? Win >???? a Rllmlaniemior? euro or criminal Insan?-Dlseuv* fry of Copper Oro-Sienior liixi .lit of Volunteers? A|>]>roprln ; t to IIS. li Sj* , 1 . ' ???-? {?_??.. I (Special to VlrKlntan-Tilot.) Raleigh, N. ('.. March 10.?Tlic clerks or the House branch of the Legislature have worked so rapidly that to-day they turned over to the Secretary of Stato and the Public Printer the Jour? nals of the session, complete. Tlic ground is becoming somewhat dry, for the first time In over two months, nmi farmers who came here to-day say a. little work is beginning. M 1ST REDUCES RATES. The Railway Commission is called to meet again April 1st. it will require the Seaboard Air Lino to reduce freight rates on certain lir.es and it will also cause a general reduction of rates on cotton. Gran...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 11 March 1899

PORTSMOUTH LOCAL NEWS AND ADVERTISEMENTS PORTSMOUTH AND NORFOLK COUNTY What Virginian-Pilot Rep? resentatives Hear Daily. E RIEF ITEMS OF INTEREST ihr Uovemcut? or rcopio lu whom in. Average. Itenilcr Is liner ratod?Ha|>|>ouliiB<< in Le^nt-Hm Iness, ltcllgeona unit Kacliil < ir? rim A t'orrcaat uf Fill lire l rents. II. C. V ikins informs our readers i. lust unloaded a cargo of I. 6. coal. t e . ti i ?1 aler sent twenty empty i is Thursday night to Lewis ton to i iued with wojd to be delivered line to-liny. N It is fnld that a number o,f improve? ments will be made at Columbia Park be?< re the Spring open.-. ;i ssrs. Maynard and Watson have ? to New York to look after some business. Several additional attempts have 1 een made to break Into stalls in the market lately. The Vlrglhtan-Pllot representative? Will remove to their new quarters April nt. The ladies nt the navy-yard made i ? rly two hundred dollars from tho tw...

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

?f0s (GailBorden %ff,l \ Eagle Brand ^ \ Condensed Milk. Our IllusYrated Pamphlet entitled "Babies^shoulo Be in Every household. sent on application.; New York CoNpcNStD .Milk Co. Hev* Yo*k.. PORTSMOUTH LOCAL NEWS wem (Continued frvm Pago Ten.) Eward F. Berryman, appointed Bergeant major Sixty-first Regiment July 1, 18(5;; Reuben Bradley, John Butt, Samuel Burford, James C. By rum, wounded May 1, 1S63, at Chancel lorsville, died May 7; Gideon F. Byrum died In hospital Januaiy 23, 1863, in Richmond, James M Cartwrlght, Sharp K. Cox; Theophtlus t reekmure, died In hospital, April 14, P-G3. at United States Ford; Benjamin Cowell, promoted Ccrporal, killed July 30, 1161, at Crat*r; Thos. Curtis, discharged January 30, 1368, disabled; John w. Darnold; John Decenler, discharged February 34, 1(64; Grady 1'.. Doxey, \VSunded August 19, 1864; Davis' farm; Oeorsc W. Kason; Nathaniel Forbes, died in hospital. April, 1S6S, United States Ford; Thos: H. Fullford, cap? tured July 13,1863, In Maryl...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 11 March 1899

FINANCIAL ?ND COMMERCIAL Stocks, Money, Exchange, Bonds, Grain, Cotton, Provisions, Etc. Nav York. March 10.?The movement tdf stock prices to-day was irregular, the railways being eenerally fraction? ally off, while BOtne notabio advances were recorded among the specialties. JLofitl traction stocks were buoyant on the idea that the action of the State Senate yesterday diminished the chance of hostile legislation in restricting the use of Amsterdam Avenue,which would particularly affect Third Avenue, which rose an extreme of 12 points, while Metropolitan street Railway rose near? ly as much. Among the other specialties to dis? play strength were Tobacco, American Steel and Wire, Peoplo's Qns, American Spirits, Standard Distributing, Con BolidateO ti.is. Brooklyn Transit, New York Air Brake, American Tin Plate, Cotton oil and Tennessee Coal and Iron, although the full gains were not maintained. The railways and some other standard stocks sagged slightly for luck of attention. On tlie ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 12 March 1899

3 WEATHER FORECAST FOR TO-DAY NORFOLK AND VICINITY? Rain; nearly stationary twnpera 3 ture: fresh to brisk east winds. ?TfT'T TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTrtTTTTTTTrTTTT?^TTTTT?TTrm vol.. ii. no. las. NORFOLK, VA? SUNDAY! MARCH 12. 1809. SIXTEEN PAG-ES. IMjICE THREE CENTS. GOVERNOR'S VISIT TO HAVANA A Graphic Description of What He Saw. HAD A DELIGHTFUL TRIP Nest to Hoeing III., Son He Most Ell? Joyed Belus Willi Fonrlb Vlrtjlnl* Volunteers ? T*io Doyi nro Home NIcli ? Ilnvnun i? flue Cliy --Tho t'nbnns nro misters - A llorrlhle HIllbt'Auiicxiitloii. (Special to Virglnlan-Pllot.) Richmond, Va., March 11.?Governor Tylor was back at his desk to-day, having returned from Havana this morning. His Excellency put In several hours of hard work try Inn to dispose of the business which has accumulated during- hi3 absence of ten days. "I had a delightful trip and 1 think the entire party enjoyed It as much as they ever enjoyed any outing. Every? thing was full of novelty and fujl <>f ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 12 March 1899

WANTED. WANTED - POS1TIOX, BY A young lady, with experience. us> Stenographer and Typewriter; good refer? ences. Address STKNO, caro \ Irglnlan (pilot._ WANTED. - A YOUNQ LADY Clerk at DANGBAIAJO-S, ISO Church street. _mhll-3t AOT'KD?A POSITION AS ChEllK hv a. young man of experience, who understands shipping clerk and book? keeping: Al references. Address th's cf llco. BUSINESS._"J'lli't:3!*? ANTKD?TMK USB OF A GOOD Upright Ko.no for tho keeping, or would not object to paying a moderate rent; no probability of Injury to Instru? ment; gentleman and wife only In fum fly; reference given. Address J. T. H., ?caro Vtrginion-Pilot. _it* ?\\J ANTED. ? INSTRUCTOR IN (Pl YV ano) Music lessons, to be i'ce.ved at night: male leather preferred; stale terms, etc., (In Norfolk). N. S. H.. care I. It Duke, 408-410 Water street. Ports? mouth, Va, mhll-3t_ ANTTC-D^TmiY GOODS SaT.Es" inan: must haver thorough knowl? edge of tho bulness; bring good written references. Apply to HARRY MORRIS...

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

WEATHER REPORT. Washington. D. D., March 11, 1839. Forecast for Sunday: For Virginia?Threatening weather: probably rain; Increasing south to cast Winds. For North Carolina ? Increasing cloudiness; probably rain; fresh to brisk southwesterly winds. Nortollc r.n?l VteliillT? WEATHER FORECAST FOR TO? DAY. Rain; nearly stationary temperature; fresh to brisk east winds. TEMPERATURE, RAINFALL AND HUMIDITY. March 11, 1S99. Maximum temperature . G7 Minimum temperature . 3S Normal teperature . 4S Departure from normal .plus 4 Departure since January 1st .minus 14:> Rainfall In past 24 hours. 0 Rainfall since 1st of month.3.12 Mean humidity . so CALENDAR. Sun rises at C:19 n, m- and sets at 6:10 d. m. TIDES. Norfolk?High water. 9:13 a. m. and 0:?0 p. m. Low water, 3:20 a. m. and 8:34 p. m. Old Point?High water. 9:10 a. m. nnd 0:29 p. m. Low water, 3:00 a. m. and 8:14 p. m. Monuments and Graveslom?. The selection of a suitable memorial In marble or uran Ite can be readily made from ...

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

VIRGINIAN - PILOT. ?BY T1IE tVIROINIAN AND PILOT riT3LISIUNG COMI'ANV. CORFOLK VIRGINIAN AND DAILY PILOT. (Consolidated March. 1SSS.) Entered at tho rostofflco at Norfolk, ' tVu., as second-class mutter. Iii? OFFICE: PILOT BUILDING. \ CITY HALL AVE.NUK, _ norfolk, va. OFFICERS: A. H. QRANDY, President: ?I. OLENNAN. VIco-Presldcnt: W. S. WILKINSON, Treasurer; JAMES E. Al. LEN, Secretary. BOARD OK DIRECTORS: A. H. Grand}' M. Glennan. L, D. Starke, Jr., " ? >V; Shellon. }t. W. Shultlcc, James E. - Allen. D. p, Up,,ovan. Til it EE CENTA PK1I COPT. subscription rates: The VIRGINIAN-PILOT Is delivered to subscribers !)>? carriers ' In Norfolk anil vicinity, Portsmvtiih. Berkley. Suffolk. iWest Norfolk, Newport News, for 10 cents per week payable to tho can lrr Xty mall, to any place Iii tho United Btates. postage free: ?AI1.Y, our jptip % nj ?? S^.OO ?* nix IttOllllls 3.U0 ?* Itireo oaoutlis ? ? I.?O ?* one nioiiili ? ? .J ADVERTISING RATES: Advertise monts Inserted ...

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