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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 14 March 1899

THE NEWS FROM THE OLD NORTH STATE AND ITS CAPITAL RALEIGH NEWS BUDGET Recruiting: Officer Instructed When to Send Recruits. NEGROES WILL RAISE MONEY Jiuvi nirv.l oti Foot to Sink? Kncli Con tribute ? Dollar lo Defeat Trail* 'rhino Anienrtinouf Two AUiiiiton iii I'miiei I'nr nivorce-Tnx on I'luces ol Auiiiscwcut?Title to of* lli-c in Taiu'.ieo county. (Special to Vlrginlan-3?itot.) Raleigh, N. c, March 13.?Major Davis, tho recruiting ofllccr lute, has received instructions to send recruits to the posts Indicated by the regimental commanders along tho Southern Atlan? tic and Gull coasts. The infantry and cavalry, white and colored, desiring service In the Philippines, arc lo be s nt to Columbus Barracks, Ohio, utter they have been vaccinated. if smallpox continues to Increase, it is not unlikely that vaccination may ho compulsory. A 1. tier received from Lur llngton yesterday states that thors are eleven cases there, and a uood deal of alarm In consequence. TO DEFEAT FRANCHISE AMEND? ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 14 March 1899

NEWS: AND ADVERTISEMENTS PORTSMOUTH AND NORFOLK COUNTY Wliat Virginian-Pilot Rep? resentatives Hear Daily. CTRIEF ITEMS OF INTEREST fbe Movement* of l'ooplo in Whom flio Avrn'u" ReaUc* !h Inier falcd?Ifnppoiiliic* lit Legal?lilts* Ineaa, Kcllgooas mill Nodal l'lr? ilcn-a forecast or I'liltirc Cvenls. A gentleman advertised In the Vlr ginlan-l'llot Saturday for a '.-si pointer dog. On Sunday afternoon a gentle? man at Pinner's Polut saw the adver? tisement and returned the dog to the owner. The moral is obvious. See what A. J. Phillips tells you In this issue. The congregation at Central M. E. Church Sunday night was so large thai people Were turned away. Rev. Mr. Beadles preached on the subject. "Is It True that Every Man has Ills Price?" Next Sunday night ho will preach V ?'Recognition In Heaven, or shall We Know Each Other There." Sunday night was a warm night- It Jwas uncomfortable with windows down. The ladles are making i>i?r prepara? tions to give tho < d...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 14 March 1899

[Continued. ] 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 5U1T5 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 CLOTHING CO,, (THE LEADING HOUSE OF PORTSMOUTH ) 21? HIGH .STItF.RT. PORTSMOUTH. V ale SLAM Can find no faul They don't <ry. with tlio WlfLVERLEY. Every part of It Is as near perfection as years of study and ex? periment can brine; It. It has been sub? jected to every possible lest, and It ban stood tbeoi nil. It'r. not only strong, safe nnd serviceable, but graceful, light ami beautiful. And Its price, too?only JIO.W, Is a Elronr; Inducement.' Can you ask for more In a wheel? JM. ft WHITE, 108 High St.. Portsmouth, Va. SELLING OUT AT AND BELOW COST, TO CLOSE BUSIN6SS. THE MERCHANTS' AND FARMERS' PANK OP THIS CITY HAVE BOU...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 14 March 1899

REYIEW OF MARKETS FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL StocKs, Money, Exchange, Bonds, Grain, Cotton, Provisions, Etc. New York. March 13.?Tho market generally worked fractionally lower i > day for the railway Hat, with the mosl activity In tho specialties, which, on the whole, were well supported. To? bacco was a feature, with a rise of 0 points net. American steel a/id Wire and the Iron ami steel shares general? ly, wore conspicuously strong In the forenoon, but later lost ground. Arne, i can Steel and Wire preferred went up 2 points In anticipation of a dividend, whli h subsequently developed, and the stock cased off on realizing sales. Metropolitan showed alternate strength and weakness, while Third Avenue was decidedly feverish and they ended with a loss of ll<. points euch. Talk of rate cutting among the local gas companies brought liquidation in Consolidated Cas, which ended with a loss of points. Among the usually Inactive stocks there was a jump of 5 poln In Flint...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 15 March 1899

VOli. II?NO. lio. ISOKFOLK, Y?? WI-DNKsnAY,," "maTu'.'U l?, 1S99?TWELVE PAG ES fllKKh Vhnts PER COPY. CUBANS LOYAL TO GENERAL GOMEZ His Characterization of the Cuban Assembly. RECOGNIZES UNITED.STATES There in So Oilier Power In ?lic Inland II? Declares?Proposition lo SoimI Assembly Commission ?? Wnnlilng? ion-Document <?f Justincntlon ? Uomri WIM Ismio Rtatenient?Sau? tmgo People MHcU ??> Illiu. (By Telegraph to Virginian-Pilot.) 1 lav.ma. March 14.?The action of Civil Governor Morn and the Police De? partment in attempting to prevent yes? terday's popular manlCestatlons In fa? vor of General Maximo Gomea Is strongly censured to-day, ami the ill fcellng against the police runs high. The people consider that their rights und freedom have been attacked. The action of Governor <lener.il Brooko In restraining the Cuban authorities from interfering, has pleased tho people, and is favorably commented upon. It Is rumored that several officers of the police...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 15 March 1899

WA NTED._ ACOOn COOK CAN' C.I7P GOOD WOgCS at 120 WotAI htreet. None but a good one wanted., _mhl4 WANTED. ? A FIBST-CLASS CAB Inot-maker, to make bard wood o.ib'.?f-t mantels; o'.."o a llrst-oli\s3 wood turner Address P. O. Box No. 89, Eden ton. N. C._mhl4 ANTED. ? HW MEN To PtTll Clinso our spot 111 ll.CO Derby equal to 12.50 bat sold by others. T. L. STRAW HAND .it CO., :?l Main street, Stevens' Old Stand._m)il4-tC ?\r ANTED?A POSITION AS CLERK V? by a young man of experience, who understands shipping clerk and book? keeping; Al references. Address this Of? fice. BUSINESS. mohl2-3t? WANTED?TO LEASE FOR TBRll of your.'. Office, lower floor; central? ly located: rein not to exceed J2r? per month. Address J. J. DORSE Y. 1-7 Oliurch Blroi t. mchl2-3t< AG C NTS WANTED._ XJfJ ANTED?SALESMEN AND CO!,. V> lectors to work In tit,, eltv and country. Apply to the BINGER MANU? FACTURING CO.; 2>:< and Z:n Church St.. Norfolk Va., or tu? Court street...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 15 March 1899

__JWE ?THER RJ^OFTT^ Washington. D. C. March 14, 1899. Forecast for Wednesday: For Virginia and North Carolina Rain; warmer; Increasing easterly winds. Norfolk im?l Vletultv. WEATHER FORECAST FOR TO? DAY. Rain and colder; fresh north to cast winds. TEMPERATURE. RAINFALL- AND HUMIDITY. March 14. 1S99. Maximum temperature . -12 i Minimum temperature . 40 Normal temoeraturo . 47 Departure from normal .minus 0] Departure since Jan. 1st ....minus 1291 Rainfall in past "1 hours . Rainfall since 1st of month .8.701 Mean humidity .t. 98 | CALENDAR, Run rises at 0:15 tu in. and sets at C: l:; p. in. tides. Norfolk?High water, 11:42 a. m. and 32:00 p. in. Low water. 5:4:i a. m. and 6:45 p- m. Old Point High water, 11:21 a. m. and 11:39 p. m. Low water, r>:"i! a. in. and 6:24 i>. m. dikd. RAY.?JAM-ICS K. RAY, at St. Vin? cent's Hospital, yesterduy morning at 3 o'clock, aged 42 yearn. Funeral from Oliver's Undertaking Es? tablishment THIS (Wednewdav) AKTER ?NOO.V at 1:110 ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 15 March 1899

?BT THE? VIRGINIAN AND PILOT PUBLISHING COMPANY. NORFOLK VIRGINIAN AND DAILY PILOT. (Consolidated March. 1S3S.) Entered at tlie I'ostofllce at Norfolk, ,Va., aa second-class matter. ' 1 I -?-'? OFFICE!: PILOT BUILDING. CITY HALL AVENUE* norfolk, va. OFFICERS: A H. Git ANDY, President: M. GLENN AN. Vice-l'i -csldcnt: W. S. WILKINSON. Treasurer; JAMES E. AL? LEN. Secretary. HOARD OF DIRECTORS: A. H. Orandy M. Glennan. L. D. Starke, Jr., T. W. Shelton. R. W. Sliultlce. James E. Alien. D. F. Donovan. THRKK (3KHTN PKRCOPT. subscription rates: Tbe VIRGINIAN-PILOT Is delivered to subscribers by carriers In Norfolk nnd vlolr.lty Portsmouth, Berkley, Suffolk. West Norfolk. Newport Nowi, for 10 Cents per week payable to the carrier. By mall, to any place In tlto United States, postage free: *>AI1,T, one your - 9(1.00 " six mouths - tl.OO " Hirer mouths ? - 1.50 one ill mi (li m m n ..TO ADVERTISING RATES: Advertise? ments lnsertcu at the rate of 75 cents a Square. Ilrat insertion; ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 15 March 1899

BRIEF ITEMS OF ISTEREST. Rev. G. W. Lawson w ill conduct the | services and preach at the Second Pres? byterian Church to-night. Mrs. J. H. Hell, accompanied by Miss] Hertha Hell, of Pollocksvllle. N. C., were in Norfolk yesterday. Mr. S. Garland, wife and two boys, ] of Washington City, are at the At? lantic. ., ... .T , Mr. A. H. Askeu, of Harrellsvllle. Is. 1 C, was In the city yesterday on busi-1 ness. ?Miss R. T| Dalby. Miss J. H. Hughes, accompanied by Mr. W. B. Dalby, of Petersburg, spent a dlsagreeble day in i Norfolk yesterday. Mr. Harry C. Macklln, of Roanoke, a popular chief clerk In the Norfolk <Ss| Western general olllccs, is in Nor-1 folk. Commander C. IT. Rockwell, IT. S. Navy, is In the city from Port Royal.' He Is stopping at the Montlcello. Mr. John B. Leonard, of San Francis? co, is in Norfolk. Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Hall, of Washing? ton, wore guests yesterday of Mr. Syl vanus Stokes, at tho Montlcello. Mr. W. T. O'Connor and wife, of Bal? timore, arrived ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 15 March 1899

THE BEEF COURT OF INQUIRY Contract Differently Con? strued by Seller and Buyer. CHEMICALS WERE NOT USED 1 lie llcnil ol i Ik- Swift Pncklng liousi ou iin- Wlmoi* Mo ml? >otwltti> I ?Inn din - Ilm?? r um o II t 1* II rcll us 1 n Commission* Were In < lilcrtgo, Ucnernl Engnu itou^in Heel, Vr.y inu" More l or it Per I'onuu. (By Tc7egraph to Vlrslulan-Pllot.) Chicago, March 14.?Colonel O. M. Smith, purchasing agent of the Govern? ment at Chicago since is:?r,, testified lo duy before the Government court of inquiry that the storeB of canned roast beef, bought by him during the Spanish war, were all uimn the direct order of General Eagan, the Commissary Gene? ral. He also stated that some purchases of canned beef were made without his knowledge by tho Commissary General. A PACKER TESTIFIES. Another of the day's Important wit? nesses was Gustavus P. Swift, head of the packing house of Swift & Co. Mr. Swift said: ?> "Wo ngreed to be re...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 15 March 1899

NEWS FROM RICHMOND AND OTHER PARTS OF VIRGINIA. RICHMOND NEWS AND GOSSIP Plans to Organize State Troops at Once. GOVERNOR NOT A CANDIDATE n<> win Accept Um ScnatorKtilp it (lOTcrcil to lllin-A Cilooil Sinn Gone -I.iiw.vrri mill Kent Estate Mo:? Discuss Commission on Court Rules Advertisements? ,TiiiI;c lo Reu? dor Opinion mitt I ii Kates. (Special to Vlrglnlan-rilot.) Richmond, Vu., March H.? There Is now ready f>>r use in tlie equipment ol tho Virgliilu military about $22,000, equally divided between State and na? tional a'ppropi iullons. Adjutant General Corbln has noilltcd Governor Tyler that tho War popart incut is ready to furnish the State with Its quota of urnis. if in not probable that the men will get Krug-Jorgcnscns, but ihat tin y will be supplied with the Improved Springfield arm. Governor Tyler wishes to have tho State military reorganized as soon as possible. There has been no need for troops recently, but the Governor wishes...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 15 March 1899

THE NEWS FROM VIRGINIA CONTINUED FROM PAGE SEVEN, Several Residences Destroyed by Fire in Salem. Recruiting Office Opened? JVorfolU A Western ? oiiimiiiin Representa? tives?Cnt letl i*p lllgber? Do mil <>r Sir. J. Franklin, Roanoke, Va., March 11.?Fire broke out yesterday morning In tho residence of Alfred and William Peel, on Broad street, and before any assistance could ?be given tiie building wan burned to tho ground. The residence of Dr. W. R. Ranalds, next door, caught on lire and In a few minutes also was completely destroyed. Nothing was saved from tho Peel house, while only a few pieces of furniture ?were saved from Dr. Hen aid's. The lire is supposed to have originated In a defective flue. Only a servant girl was In the Peel house when tho lire broke out. Dr. Renald's wife, ?who Is nn Invalid, was carried to the house Of a neighbor, and is in a. very nervous condition. Both houses, with their furniture, were Insured. Tlie house of Judge W. W. Mottet, c...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 15 March 1899

THE NEWS FROM THE OLD NORTH STATE AN D I TS CAPITAL, RALEIGH NEWS LETTER To Receive the Body of Lieu? tenant Shipp. WAS KILLED AT SANTIAGO Short hi Ilia Itotiorls ?r Hrandy I>l?i? tilled?Unit to reit Validity ol i'ui>. Ilo I'riiiduK Contract? Cnmpnltu Inaugurated Against Tcsni Fsver ?Insurance t'oiiimtnsioucr Young Holums? (Special to Virgtnlan-Pllot.) Ralclsh, N. C, March 14.?Mr. P. II. Busbee left here this morning for New York, to receive the body of Lieuten? ant Wm. B. Shipp. which will arrive in New York hy iho "McClellnn" to? day. Lieutenant Shipp's remains will be taken to Lincolnton, N. C, where they will he publicly interred the last of next week. SEIZURE! OF BRANDY. Deputy Collector J. P. H. Adams has nrrived liere with live packages of brandy, containing 130 gallons, which iv.-re seized from J. T. Pulley, at Robs vllle, Wake county. Pulley ran u reg? istered brandy distillery, and reported only fifteen gallons as being made. Deputy Adams was suspicio...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 15 March 1899

PORTSMOUTH LOCAL NEWS AND ADVERTISEMENTS PORTSMOOTH ?ND NORFOLK COUNTY Wnat Virginian-Pilot Rep? resentatives Hear Daily. BRIEF ITEMS OF INTEREST STfjo Movement? of I'coplo la Whom (bo Arcmeo Reader tn Inter* eslcd?Happenings lu Legal?Bim lotiii KcHccom nnd Noclnl C'lr? Cles-A rorccntl of t'titnro kfenlt. C - Mr. R. S. Brooks tolls you what $5,001 frill buy If you enll and see him Mr. John Chen, of Cainden( N. J.) t?tige B. P. ?. Elks. Is In the city. A well known young man will be married to-nicht to a County street lady. Miss Nannie "Wcymouth, of ITiiladel phln, is in the city on a visit to re? latives. Constable Anderson, of the county, in confined to his home on account of sickness. Master Willie Trant, one of the Vir? ginian-Pilot route boys. Is confined to his home on account of sickness. Mr. Samuel Hand will leave to-night for Baltimore, where lie will be mar? ried to-morrow to Miss Prltchard. On account of the continuous rain yesterday but few people came out on tho streets ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 15 March 1899

PORTSMOUTH ADVERTISEMENTS. [Continued.] Critics of Wheels Can find no fault with tha WAVERIJ3Y. They don't ?ry. Every part of It Is as near perfection as years of study and ex? periment con bring tt. It has been sub? jected to every possible test, and It has stood them all. It's not only strong, safe and serviceable, but Kraccful. llRht and beautiful. And Its price, too?only 510.00, Is a strong Inducement. Can you ask for more In a wheel? W. N. WHITE, 108 High St., Portsmouth, Va. SELLING OUT AT AND BELOW COST, TO CLOSE BUS1N6SS. the merchants' and farmers' bank of this city have bought our store, we must vacate, s<? tuet can remodel, and occupy it for their business, if vou are in need of sikh:.-. don't faid to come and see us, AS everything Wild. be sold as advertised. heads of families should take advantage of this sale, for they can save prom 25 cents to ?1.00 on every l'air of shoes they buy from VS. l.. g. long <3c son, mhi-im 219 HIGH STREET, PORTSMOUTH,...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 15 March 1899

FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL StocKs, Money, Exchange, Bonds, Grain, Cotton, Provisions, Etc. Now York, (March 11.?The not) Changes In stock prices to-day wi re Ir? regular with mostly losses prevailing. London quotations Inducod a low* r range of prices here at the st.irt. Firm-] ness In the call money market, which ranged from is to 4. was a depressing In? fluence much of the day, but with its! casing off to per cent, before the ? lose, ii rally set in which wiped out! earlier ms^es in some stocks. Union Paclllc, Northern Pacific, Atchlson pre? ferred and Manhattan were under pres? sure moat of the day, ami disturbed confidence among the other railroads, which were weak on moderate offerings. The weakness in Manhattan was per- i haps attributable to anticipation of the new Issue of stock. Pear of the possi? ble failure of desired legislation af , fee ted Third Avenue and Consolidated I Gas, while in connection witli the lat? ter there, was also talk of Increased competition. The pronou...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 16 March 1899

IS Page IN TWO PARTS. t E E 'TrTtiTTTTTTTTTITITITTrTTTTTrtTTTTTTniTTTTTTnr? yuUiiiiuaiiiiin^wiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiij I WEATHER FORECAST FOR TO-DAY 3 NORFOLK AND VICINITY? 3 Generally fair; warme? brisk to 5 high east winds, becoming southeast 3 to-day. VOL. II?NO. 141. NORFOLK, VA., THURSDAY, MARCH 1(5, 1899?TWELVE PAGES TIIRE E C EN TS* PER COPY. WHEATON GAINS ANOTHER YICTORY Several Engagements With the Philipinos. FIVE HUNDRED PRISONERS Stubborn Fight and Brilliant Suc? cess at Pasig. AGUINALDO TO BE ATTACKED Wheaton's Flylnjr column Dermin Two Tboimnnd Filipino?, inflict Ina llniw I.osi I' pun Tbcm- About I'lv? Hiin?lrc<l of the Knnmjr Were Either Captured or Hurrcntlere?! Arier Ibrowlug Tholr Arms In tl?e Klver-i'oHlsr, Taqalg null Pnteros Occupied l>y American., Wii?? Will Koir Press Forward Toward ?gnlnnldo's Headquarters at Mii laios?General Oils' official Kcport (ByTelegrnnh to Ylrglnlan-PHot.) Manila, March in.?12:40 p. in.?Gen? eral Wheaton's briga...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 16 March 1899

LOST. I" ORT.?ON 15 BwJcS KEY'S IN VI11 1 glnln Beach Railroad yard. Finder ?will leave same at Mr. T. li. TURNER'S store, corner Park and Urambleton ave? nue and rccolvo reward. lt? LOST. ? ON MAIN STREET, NEAR Atlantic Hotel, Saturday, March II InM., roll of }M3.G0. Finder will bo largely rewarded by returning same f tills Of lice. _ Jt" TOST. ? ON CHURCH STREET. BE a twi en Coff ami Johnson, Hunters vllle, pockclbook containing sum of money mid pa|>er8 valuable only owner. Liberal reward If returned to B. RAMSEY, s:.; Main street._inlilS WANTED. AflOOO COOK CAN GET GOO wa^es at 120 Wood street. None but a good one Wanted, mhll WANTED.'? SEVERAL GOOD CAN vassers, male and female: food pay and steady employment to right parties. Apply lt. em 2, --1 Main street, over Mar tin's Pharmacy._ _ i.ihh!-:;t WANTED. ? A DISTRICT DEPUTY and Organiser for a reliable fraternal Insurance order, with up-to-dato plann An exceptional opportunity for the right parly for pi i mam at and p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 16 March 1899

WEATHER REPORT. Washington. March IB. Forecast for Thursday: For Virginia, and North Carolina? Generally fair; fresh to brick westerly winds. _ ........... ' "- ^*vti85a i i Norfolk nnd tlcliillr. ' WEATHER FORECAST FOR TO-DAY. Generally fair; warmer; brisk to high east winds, becoming uoutheast to-day. TEMPERATURE, RAINFAliIi AND HUMIDITY. Maximum temperature. 4S Minimum temperature.?. 3S Normal temperature.,. 45 Departure from normal.minus 2 Departure from normal since Jan? uary 1st.minus 131 Rainfall in past 24 hours.78 Rainfall since 1st of month.4.38 Mean humidity.'.. OS CALENDAR. Sun rises 6:14 a. m.; sets C:14 p. m. TIDES. Norfolk: High water 0:12 a. m.. 12:31 p. m.j low water 0:32 a. m., 6:31 p. m. HI,] Point: High water 11:51 a. m., 12:10 u. m.: low water 6:11 a. m., 6:13 p. m. MIIRiPllREY.?At the rcsldenco of her sister, Mrs. M. A. Vail No. 113 N. Reser? voir avenue, Wednesday, March 15th, 1890, ?t h:M o'clock u. in.. ABACKAIL PORTER MTJRI'IlRET, au', (I i>S yea...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 16 March 1899

VIRGINIAN - PILOT. ?BT THE? (VIRGINIAN AND PILOT PUBLISHING COMPANY. NORFOLK VIRGINIAN AND DAILY PILOT. (Consolidated March. 1S08.) Entered et tho Postoftlco at Norrolk, ,Vn., a? second-class matter. OFFICE: PILOT BUILDING. CITY. HALL AVENUE. norfolk. va. OFFICERS: A. H. Git ANDY, President; 61. GLENNAN. Vice-President; W. S. WILKINSON, Treasurer; JA MLS E. AL? LEN. Secretary. BOARD OF DIRECTORS: A. H. Grand}-. M. Glonnan. L. O. Starke. Jr., T. W. Shelton, R. W. Shultlce, James E. Allen, D. F. Donovan. tu itki cbwr .?* rr.itcoi'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 iveek payable to the carrier. Xiy mall, to any place In Ute United mates, postage free: DAILY, one year - ftft.on ?* als uiAiiiita - - - 3.00 three luonllll - - 1?50 ? ane month ? ' ? ? ..in ADVERTISING RATES: Advorllsc tncnts Inserter! at the rate of 75 cents n Square, llrat Ins...

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