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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 23 March 1899

PEOPLE'S FORUM. NOTE.?Tho People's Forum being freely open to all parties, classes, per? sons, views and. capacities, tho Vlr ginlan-Pllot Is responsible for none ot tho statements nor opinions ex? pressed therein, nor for the style In which they are set forth. Tho ignorant and uneducated shall be heard hero equally with the learned. March 20th, 1899. Editor Virginian-Pilot: In your Issue of Saturday, 18th lnst., there Is an article from T. A. Foster "On Toll Roads," which strikes mo us misleading, or at least striking far short of the mark. He mentions the fact that "a largo trucker who lives near the city lius paid as much as $120 per annum for toll." 1 doubt not there lire truckers in tho vicinity of Norfolk who pay as much as $300 per annum, and probably much In excess of this amount, 1 class myself as only a small trucker, and my toll Is more than ?200 per annum; and in,adddttion to this the roads are soinetlmes'in such a condition that It 1s out of the question to think of dri...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 23 March 1899

PORTSMOUTH LOCAL NEWS AND ADVERTISEMENTS PORTSMOUTH AND NORFOLK COUNTY What Virslnian-Pilot Rep? resentatives Hear Daily. BRIEF ITEMS OF INTEREST Uio JIoTfinrut? or I'COpIe In TCtlOlll iho Aremc? Iteniier U Inter* ??ted? Happening:* lu I.cjnl -Ilnii- ' Innii llcll??o?i mill NoctrtI Clr clea?A Forecnil of t'oinrc Events. Master Spnrmnker Geo. A. Bailey, of the navy yard, who has been confined to his home for the past few days With grip, reported for duty yesterday. Two drunks, a man and a woman, were lined $1 each In the Police Court yesterday morning. A colored family club has been or? ganized at Pinner's Point to take In hand the question of the promotion of health among its members. Mr. E. N. Grant, clerk of the market, who has been ill for some time, has entirely recovered and Will resume his duties next Monday. .Monumental Elpworth League will hold Its regular weekly meeting to? night. An excellent program has been prepared for the occasion. 'M1S3 Nellie Jackson, of Elmlra, N. T...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 23 March 1899

PORTSMOUTH ADVERTISEMENTS. _[Continued. "j READY TO WEAR CLOTHING! HIGH I IM QUALITY-LOW IN PRICE. Men's Suits From $3.90 to $16.50. Men's Pants From $1.25 to $6.00. Boys' Reefer and Vestee Suits, $1.50 to $5. We have the largest ami most cf imlete line of Shirts of any house In the South, comprising nil the stntulnrd brands, such as MANHATTAN, MONACH, GRIFFIN, STANLEY, ETC. We can give you a good Shirt cither . Ith collar at? tached or two seperate collars at 50c. See Our special P. K. Negl'gee Shirt at 50c. You can't buy it clsewhero fir less than 11.00. STYLISH HATS AT POPULAR PRICES -AT THE NEW YORK CLOTHING CO,, CUSTOM TAILORS, 214 Hifvii Street ? Portsmouth, Va. A perfect fit guaranteed in every respect or money refunded. We can save you 20 per cent, on ilie cost. Call and see samples and prices. HOSIERY 1 HOSIERY! A COMPLETE) LINE OF HOSIERY OF ALL GRADES. IN LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S. BLACKS. TANS AND FANCIES FROM 10c. to 50c. PER PAIR, INFANTS' SOCKS IN BLACK AND WHITE, 10c. A...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 23 March 1899

Review oe the Markets, Shipping News and Real Estate Business. REYEIW OF MARKETS FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL Stocks, Money, Exchange, Bonds, Grain, Cotton, Provisions, Etc. Now York, March 22.? The market hud a highly professional appearance to-day. With market Irregularity In the specialties, where Interest centered, and moderate improvements in the rail? roads, which were comparatively neg? lected. An easier tendency appeared enrly sympathetically with London Quotations, and prices moved nervously In the general market, while among the specialties fluctuations were in many cases sensational. Sugar, after a 6llghl rally, broke to ir>S. and then ral? lied .moved about aimlessly and finally Jumped to 100, eased oft but retained G% points of its advance. Brooklyn Transit dropped oft sharply, but, recovering, left off fractionally above yesterday's figures. Manhattan was lifted over 3 points. Third Ave? nue regained much of its loss of yes? terday, closing 8 points higher on th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 24 March 1899

y>Hlfllniiiiiil,.11?iiimt|mmmilUit,t|f US Page?[ I IN TWO PARTS. I VOL. II?NO. 1 8. NORFOLK, VA., FRIDAY, MARCH 21, 189i)-TWK!.V K L'A(. E fTtTTTT*T*?TTTTTTTTTTTTTTT 1 TTTTT T TT I T 5 THE MOST LOCAL NEWS and the best of it in the VlR- | GlNlAN-PlLOT. That's why j you see so many people read- j lllg life VlRGINlAN-PlL?T. uiimuiiiiiui.iimMMfniiiiiiiiiin .. > 1.1 THREE CENTS PER COPY. LATEST NEWS OF THE WORLD BY TKI .EGRAPH AND CAB3 Jv ?%S?xigjfc FILIPINO MAIL CONFISCATED Details of Hie Recent Fight? ing' at Hollo. AGUINALDO SHORT OF PAPER Leiters i'i?|?mrcil lUxrioMo Interest* lute Fuels About Filipino [flelhoils Itcpij ? ?> II It< quoit l or Btouey Nqlieraseil From Merchants?Jlnln rlpnl Presidents lust meted i<> fry ??Long I.ivo I'tliplno Indepcnd oner unit IIOIVII Willi Annexation" (By Telegraph to Vlrglnlan-Pllot.) Manila. March 23.-5:10 p. m.?Details of to.- liuhtitiK nt llo.ito on March 10th show tii.i. four hundr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 24 March 1899

the ne,ws of norfolk on pages two, three AnTdTfivfT _W/^TED. WANTED.?AN" INTELLIGENT Ac? tive lady of good address to adver? tise our goods. Steady employment and good salary. Apply J. B. C, Vlrglnlun IMlot ottlee._mh2l ICbTNKIJ. ? STRICTLY mIdIlYl, weil trained, young (Norfolk) busi? ness man. wants contldontlal Interview, in refer- nee to Investing his timer, money and energy in some established business. Address BOOK KEBPER, "A.," care Vir-I Bln'.an-l'ilot. mli23-th,fr.su A N T I: D. ? YOUNG 'MAN WANTS situation collecting, clerking or work !?! office; win a -ccpt anything that if honest; wMl Btart for small wages; will show go d recommendations and give j cash bond. Address "CASH BON IV caro Vlrglnlan-Pllot. mh24-3tr> WANTED.?POSITION ?s" BOOK- j keeper or salesman in clothing rind gent's furnishing store; can fur? nish good references. C. M. P., care Vir? gin Ian-Pilot. iUh23*3t* BY A GRADUATE OP SMtTHDBAL Business, n position as bookkeeper. References given. Address...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 24 March 1899

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES TWO, THREE AND FIVE, Washington, March 23, 1S09. Forecast for Friday: For Virginia: Fair; brisk, northerly winds. For North Carolina: Fair; fresh northerly winds. * Norfulli iiikI i ichiliv. WEATHER FORECAST FOR TO-DAY. Fair; colder; brisk northwest winds, changing to northeast. TEMPERATURE, RATMFA1.T. AND HUMIDITY. Maximum temperature. 00 Minimum temperature . 4s Normal temperature. 4f> Departure from normal.plus 11 Departure from normal since Jan? uary 1st .minus 02 Rainfall In past 21 hours.oi Rainfall since 1st of month.4.G2 Mean humidity . 6s CALENDAR. Sun rises^6:02 a. m.; sets 0:21 p. m. TIDES. Norfolk: High water 7:15 a. m., 7:::? p. m.; low water 1:00 a. in., 1:22 p. m. r>?.'1 "-.iMt; High water C:.",t a. m., 7:10 p. m.; low water 12:29 a. in., 1:01 p. m. Monuments and Gravestones. The selection of a suitable memorial In marble or gran Ito can bo readily made from our ?tock. for we carry tho largest assortment of finish? ed...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 24 March 1899

VIRGINIAN - PILOT. ?BT THE? "VIRGINIAN AMI PILOT PUBLISHING COMPANY. tORFOLK VIRGINIAN AND DAILY PILOT, (Consolidated March, 1K38.) Entered nt tho PostofOce at Norrolk. (Va.. bj> second-class matter. 1 OFFICE: PILOT BUILDING. p.I CITY HALL AVENUE. norfolk, va. OFFICERS: A. H. ORANDY. President: SI. GLEN NAN, Vlcc-Presldent: W. S. iWILKINSON, Treasurer; JAMES IS. AL? LEN, ?icre.tary. BOARD OF DIRECTORS: A. H. Gmndy M. Glennnn, L. D. Starke. Jr., ST. W. Shcllon. R. W. Skultlce. James E. Allen. D. y. Donovan. THREE CENTS 1'EKCOPT. subscription rates: The VIROINIAN-PILOT la delivered to Subscribers by curriers in Norfolk and vicinity, Portsmouth, Berkley. SurTolk. .IVest Norfolk, Newport News, for 10 cents per wook payablo to the carrier. By mall, to any place In tho United states, postage free: PA1I.1 , ?>??< t> i?r - ?5.00 *? six. UlOlltllS - 3.00 *? three mouths - - 1.50 ? on? month - ? - .50 ADVERTISING RATES: AOverllsc rr.entG Inserted nt...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 24 March 1899

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES TWO, THREE^ND~ FfVE HOI STUDY CIRCLE (Continued from Fourth Page.) proso" ns indicated here? What was the name of his greatest work? What is the epithet usually applied to this great man when his name is men? tioned? 2. Three great men of the Elizabethan nge were one after another Spenser's friends and patrons. In them he thought he "saw realized his conception of human excellence and nobleness." These three great men were the proto? types ot several of the principal per? sonages of hi3 great allegory. A fourth greut man Of that age was also In part a prototype of a personage In the alle? gory. Who were these great men? Who are the personages in the alle? gory of which they wore the proto? types? 11. "Master Gridlcy lifted his eyebrows very slightly, remembering that some had called Spenser the ports' poet." In what well known novel of a fore? most American writer is litis remark to be found? What is the point of the re? mark? 4. What was ' Macaulay's ce...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 24 March 1899

LATEST TELEGk?PH NEWS, CONTINUED FROM FIRST PAGE MANY VICTIMS OF LYNCH LAW Negroes Die at Hands White Citizens. of IN TEXAS AND MISSISSIPPI Heven lyiicticil in iliu Lone star Stole mill llio Work i* .\nl Yet DOMO? oiiiom whipped mui Turuoii i.oo?e ?."tltirdcrs, Tiicit? ami Figius, nu<l IMotlo Kill llio Wbltes I'reetpl latcd llio Trouble ? lltree In Mississippi. ? (By Telegraph to Virginian-Pilot.) Texarkana, March 23.?A race war or. In Bittie River county nnd during the last IS hours an Indefinite number of negroes have met their death at the hands of an Infuriated white popula? tion. Seven are known to have been lynch- | ed and the work is not yet done. The bodies of the victims of the mob's vengeance are hanging to the limbs ol trees in various part of the county, strung up wherever overtaken. The, county is in a state of Intense excite? ment. "White men are collecting in mobs, heavily armed and determined; negroes are lleeing for their lives and the community is in an ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 24 March 1899

THE NEWS FROM THE OLD NORTH STATE AND ITS CAPITAL" RALEIGH NEWS BUDGET A Glaring Mistake in the Revenue Act. IT CANNOT BE REMEDIED Itupiil Clin it go of Officers tu iiio Hull* ronil I'OlllllllSNloil ami the Corpor? ation. Commission ? Tho 'lux on .Slot .11 n fill itr* ? TUo I mil no I.i%w? of Ilm NlatO?I'M LUIS?DctHh Mm-ringe. Raleigh, N. ?'.. March 23.->-Thcre Is in evident mistake in section :>2 ot Lhe Revenue Act, which Imposes a graduat? ed tax on the capital stock of banks. This section, as written in the origi? nal and rat I lied bill, and as printed in tho Act is as follows: "Every State bank, savings bank or association conducting a business as contemplated in this section, any pri? vate,banker, every money exchange, bond or note broker, whether operat? ing as corporations or associations or privately as Individuals, in addition to the ad valorem tax on their capital in vested, shall pay annually to the State Treasurer a tax 'according to capital employ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 24 March 1899

NEWS FROM RICHMOND AND" OTHER PART^?l^MGINI?" RICHMOND NEWS AND GOSSIP Governor Tyler in Favor of the Naval Reserves. TO TAKE A CRUISE IN JUNE Government m Pnjr I'nrt of ilio ptnio ? Executive Clemency I*e nicci ficrrrai Prisoners? ivorU or llio (Mate Honrit of 1? line nines' ? Held (Tp by lllgliwiiyiiin.il- Vlslt Inc ltulgbts Templar. (Special to Vlrcinl.in-rilot.) TUchmond, Va., March 23.?There seems to be a well formed intention on the part of Governor Tyler nnd the military department of Virginia to boom the Naval Reserves of the State. After a conference with Commander C. \V. Cake of tho naval battalion, and Cnptnin "W. W, Barrow, of the adju? tant general's office, Governor Tyler yesterday decided to accept the offer of the U. S. S. Prairie to take the reserves on a cruise in June. Tho Prairie will be at Norfolk on June 0. The depart? ment will allow the battalion to havo it for eight days, time sufTieicnt to take an extended cruise. Captain Barrow spent considerable time asce...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 24 March 1899

BUSINESS METHODS ABROAD. How Commercial Transactions arc Handled In England and on the Continent. In an address on the subject of "Busi? ness Methods Abroad." recently deliv? ered before the Business Men's Asso? ciation of Auburn. N. Y., by Roland R. Dennis, formerly European manager for the Whitman & Barnes Manufacturing Company, Borne very Interesting facts about the manner in which business transactions are handled abroad were given. From hlB remarks the follow? ing extracts are taken: ' SATISFACTORY METHODS IN FRANCE. '"From a general standpoint, the Frenchman Is undoubtedly the best man in the world to do business with. 11c is more Easily approached than any gf his European competitors, and he certainly has d much higher apprecia? tion of his obligations regarding pay? ments. By far the largest part of the collections in France arc made by drafts. There are only two pay days In the nlonth. the 15th and the last day of the month. Should either of these days fall on S...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 24 March 1899

PORTSMOUTH LOCAL NFU/c; AN D ?DVERT13EEM HUNTS PORTSMOUTH AND NORFOLK COUNTY What Virginian-Pilot Rep? resentatives Hear Daily. BRIEF ITEMS OF INTEREST 7 in' s:ovciiicnt? of I'eople In Wlioiu i lu> AvcrnBO Itoailor In Inler talcit?UanpeiiliiB* in l.egnl?Bns> liMB?, Hrlljrooiui ?ml Soclnl cir? cles?A I'oicLiisi of Future I.Veil I?. Fish are becoming plentiful and arc selling cheap. The vestibule* can be taken off the street cars after April 1st, if the own? ers see nt to do so. Several tramps were found in a lum? ber yard asleep and ordered out of the city. One Of the milliners sold a straw hat for $1- and another for $2'J un Wednes? day. If you want business advertise for it. Select the paier that reaches the peo? ple nnd then Insert your ad and good results will follow. Mr. I/. C. W. Page Is again attend? ing to 'business, having recovered from his recent sickness. The Board of Supervisors will hold a special meeting on Monday to con? sider the ferry bond, etc...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 24 March 1899

PORTSMOUTH ADVERTISEMENTS. [Continued.] READY TO WEAR CLOTHING! HIGH IN QUALITY-LOW I IM PRICE. Men's Suits From $3.90 to $16.50. Men's Pants From $1.25 to $6.00. Boys' Reefer and Vestee Suits, $1.50 to $5. Wo have the largest and most crmnleto lino ot Shirts of any house In the Bouth, comprising nil the standard brands, such as MANHATTAN. MONAC11 GRIFFIN, STANLEY, ETC. W? can give you a good Shirt either with collar at? tached or two seperate collars at 50c. Seo our special P. K. Negl'gcc Shirt at 60c. You can't buy it clsowhero f>r less than 11.00. STYLISH HATS AT POPULAR PRICES -AT THE NEW YORK CLOTHING CO,, CUSTOM TAILORS, 21-5 Hlggla. Street - Portsmouth, Vn. A perfect fit guaranteed in every respect or money refunded. We can save you 20 per cent, on the cost. Call and see samples and prices. HOSIERY! HOSIERY! A COMPLETE LINE OF HOSIERY OF ALL GRADES. IN LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S. BLACKS, TANS AND FANCIES FROM 10c. to 50c. PER PAIR. INFANTS' SOCKS IN BLACK aAd WHITE, 10...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 24 March 1899

RfrVtEW OF TUB MARKETS, SHIPPING NEWS AND REAL ESTATE BUSINEST REYEIW OF MARKETS FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL Stocks, Money, Exchange, Bonds, Grain, Cotton, Provisions, Etc. New York. March 23.?The stock market took on an appearance of strength to-day and the dealings' of about thr?e-quarters of a million Bhares were largely centered in the railways. Realizing toward the close cut down Borne of the advance, leaving the net Improvement generally slight. The ex? pected early adjournment of the New Jersey Legislature was used as a bull card among the coalers, on the ground that It lessened the prospect of hostile legislation against the rumored anthra? cite coal. Lackawanna made an <x treme advance of 3V&. There was talk also of a lease of the Jersey Central to the Heading company. People's QttS gained 2% In anticipation of the ad? journment of the Illinois Legislature and on gossip of a possible consolida? tion with nn electric lighting company. The dealings in Burl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 25 March 1899

yiUUiMllllllllimln I Hl. ?..!(!!. ig (IS P^ks^ts?! \ IN TWO PARTS, i *'TTtT?Tt?|TTTT!TT?TTtMTTTTTTTTTTM?TTTt'T?T?TT'T,S VOL. II?XO. 1 IS. NORFOLK, YA? SATURDAY, MARCH 25, 1S09?TWELVE PAOJES, pyvm I rrr^TTTTTTf tttt rr tttttttttt rrm? ttTT? tttttttTTTT TtTTTJ I THE MOST LOCAL NEWS : and the best of it in the VIR- \ X c.i.NiAN-PiLOT. That's why | von see so many people read- \ mg the VlRGlNlAN-PlLOT. fiilU ?im"""" ..... '........i.i iuii nimiiiuillll ihm* THREE CENTS PER COPY. LATEST NEWS OF THE WORLD BY TELEGRAPH AND CABLE-! SWEEPING VICTORY OVE.R flGUiNflLDO'S FORGES Met Btj United States Tpoods and Defeated Witli Heavy Loss OUR LOSS KILLED AND WOUNDED 10 General Otis Preparing to Strike a Decisive Blow in the Early Future?Will Attack by Both Land and Water?Filipi? nos Extremely Active in the Vicinity of Malabon, Where They are Concentrating With the View of Staking Their Fortunes on a Battle?Relying Upon Charms?Shortage in Supplies?McKinley Awaiting Commission's Report. New York, M...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 25 March 1899

THE) NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES TWO, THREE~~AND~1?IYE. _WTAtNTJEp^_ M\N or LADY to TRAVEL AND appoint agents. Est iblishcd iirm. J.-.0 por month and all expenses to start. 1LFK.. J'ox 39S, Philadelphia, Pa. mh22-wc,sa.8Utoapli).inyl7toJuH_ lljfr ANTTEID. ? a TEA OLBRIC, WIBLL T> qualified, with good references. Ad dres? "MKlt'jhant," this ofllco. mlC-VS'*_J_ AGOOD COOK CAN 1'INI> KMPLOY nicnt at 120 W.od Street. None but (rood eil?'? need apply. It* WANTED.?AN INTELLIGENT Ac? tive lady of good address to adver? tise our g >>ds. Steady employment and good salary. Apply.J. B. <-"., Vlrgintati l'ilot ofllco. _,_mh2l ?*nteT>. ? \ ocn?;"m a x~ w a nt's, situation collecting, clerking or work In ofllco; will nccepl anything that is honest; w 11 start for small wages; Will show gotod recommendation* and give cash load. Address "CASH HONP," care Vlrglnlan-Pllot. mh21-3t* ANTED.?POSITION AS llOOK keeocr or salesman in clothing a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 25 March 1899

THE NEWS OP NORFOLK ON PAGES TWO, THREE AND FIVE. WEATHER REPORT. Washington. March 24. For Virginia: Increasing cloudiness; Warmer; winds becoming brisk easterly. For North Carolina: Fair; wanner; fresh to brisk easterly winds. Norfolk and Vicluttr. WEATHER FORECAST FOR TO-DAY. Fair and warmer; fresh winds, be? coming east; nearly stationary temper? ature. TEMPERATURE, RAINFALL. AND HUMIDITY. Maximum temperature . 4S Minimum temperature. 38 Normal temperature. 47 Departure from normal .. ..minus 4 Departure from normal since Jan? uary 1st.minus 96 Rainfall In past 24 hours. 0 Rainfall since 1st of month.4.62 Mean humidity. 68 CALENDAR. Sun riser, 6:00 a. m., s-ts 6:22 p. m. TIDES. Norfolk: High water 7:51 a. m., R:10 p. m.i low water 1:40 a. m.. 1.57 ]>. m. Old Point: High water 7:30 a. nt., 7:40 p. m.; low water 1:19 a. m., 1:36 p. m. PfJNKKAIi NOT1CI5. WH1THBURST Tho funeral of Mr. JAMES Ii. WHITE-HURST, will be held on SUNDAY MORN I NO at h> o'clock from Oa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 25 March 1899

VIRGINIAN - PILOT. ?BT THE? (VIRGINIAN AM" l'Il.oT PUBLISHING COMPANY. LORFOLK VIRGIKI.? AND DAILY PILOT. (Consolidated March. 149S.) Entered at tho Fostofflce at Nortolk, ya.. as second class matter. OFFICE: PILOT BUILDING, CITY HALL AVENUE. NORFOLK. VA. OFFICERS A II GRANDY, President; 11. GLENN AN. Vice-President: \V. B. WILKINSON, Treasurer; JAMES E. AL? LEN. ^. in ury. HOARD OP DIRECTORS: A. H. Orandy. M. Glenunn. L. D, S'.arke. Jr., 0'. YV. Sbelton, It v.. Shulllcc, James E. Allen, D. F. Lv.novuu. tiikiu: t i.n i > T'y.'.i copy. subscription rates: Thr VIRGINIAN-PILOT '.s delivered to Subscribers hy carriers in No.fv.it nn,i V.'clr.lty Portsmouth, D rlsley. Su.roiu. West Norfolk, Ncwr-nrl News, l-'i it) c-Mit.i per week payable to tins ciirrior. By mall, to any iilaco Iii Ihe ? nttcU Biatcs. pottas? tree: DAILY, ?tue j-r-tir - t>"v ?u> ?? M* r.i mills - - - :: *;t> ?? lurce iMOiitl?? - ? *?? on in ii ii t Ii ? * - ?SM ADVERTISING BAT...

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