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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 26 March 1899

A GREAT CONVENTION Meeting oflnternatioual Sun? day School Association. ATLANTA, GEORGIA, A.PRIL26-30 It Snpcrvlses Moro Tiinii Twenty ::n? lion .Sunday Ncliool Children? What itic city ol Atlnntn Will Do l'or ISor ?iupulH on I bl9 Oecaniou ? A Few Point* Ol Snlrn'sl. Tlio International Sunday School Convention, which will meet in Atlanta. Ou., April 2C-301U, is out? of a long se? ries of notable gatherings, ami pr<mi? ls, 's to be the most largely attended and widely successful <>r them all. The railroads have grunted a onc-rnte fare for the round trip, and the committee arranging the program bus pn pared an attractive outline of work for the con? vention. The llrst national Sunday School Convention, of which the lion. Theo? dore Prellnghuyscn was president, was held In New York, In 1832, und since Mil. B. J. JACOBS, See-.-etnry International Sunday Pcltool Assoclnl ion. thai lime twelve others have been held, s-o that the mm t<> be held In Atlanta in Anrii will be t...

Publication Title: Virginian-Pilot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 26 March 1899

PORTSMOUTH LOCAL. NEWS ?ND AD VERTI13 EMET^Fs PORTSMOUTH ?HD NORFOLK COUNTY Wliat Virginian-Pilot Rep? resentatives Hear Daily. BRIEF ITEMS OF INTEREST Xbc J5ov?>me?i< l*?i?i?lo !ii nii.nu I hi- Ar'cr:<cn Hemler i? lnior ?hteil- !t nt?*;iiM?l 1>C t In I-? ;i ?: It it * In. ?> *. J: ? 11 ? <<mh null Nnrliil fir i li n i I'tirt'ciisi or In;tiro l.rni;*. tore. T. O'Connor gives m lice ti> i rh there columns that she ua.u on hand li | full !y "i ??: r;i g ?-: od?, hi till ? ol ors, a:.it otiitr moods .;i endless varie? ty. Mrs. A. R. Watson gives notice In to? day':. ] > r that she has placed .V.r. K. D. Fisher, :< wed k.iown pnahuueiat, in charge -a her iduc-J business, In South Portsmouth, anil that in .yll.l keep oil It ,i ? :i '.''.-ti supply nl dm Preaerli tn v. 11 i' onretnUy coHi pour.ll .:. both r.av and r.i.,h'.. ! r. i':>.i er In lueut'.v.l nest duel* 10 the store. His i ii It he. I iv.-cr than :>!:y other Plate In ?:. lie..;! : .' i ti: :? ...

Publication Title: Virginian-Pilot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 26 March 1899

PORTSMOUTH LOCAL NEWS ?ND ADVERTlSEMERfST _ Continued. High Street, Corner SVSiddle. To-morrow will be a day of rare opportunities and delightful surprises for bargain seekers. The very latest novelties, the very best qualities and the very biggest bargains. GCc. for $1.00 quality, 27-inch wide China Silk. 25c for 30c. quality All-Wool Dress Goods. 33c. for 50c. quality Ladles' Cloth. 50c. for $1.00 quality Blnck Crepon. I2>,?e. for 20c. quality All-Wool Serge'. 85c. for $1.25 quality Black Taffeta Silk. 11c. for Mixed Covert Cloth, to make Bicycle Suits and Skirts. 8c. for )2'^c. quality Sea Island Per? cale. 0c. for 10c quality Mulhi use Percale. 12Mjc. for 20c. quality 10-4 Unbleached Sheeting. 6c. for Sc. quality White Plaid Muslin. 12V&C for 2'ie. quality White Pique. 6c. for Sc. quality I >ress Ginghams. 8c. for 12V&C quality White Cambric. 75c. for ?Sc. Umbrellas. $i.co for $1.50 Gloria Umbrellas, with Dresden handles. $1.50 for $2.50 quality Black Taffeta Silk ...

Publication Title: Virginian-Pilot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 26 March 1899

Review ok r\i??: Markets" Shipping News and Real Estate Business. Stocks, iioney, Exchange Bonds, Grain, Cotton, Provisions, Etc. New York, March 25.- Stocks wore Very strong to-day, and with transac? tions ot over half a million shon s In the two hours trading, material gains wore qul,tc 'general, ainl quotations closed at about half tho best. !*: <? ita tlon that the bank statement woUlt} be favorable was uti eurly Incentive t > purchases, and when it appeared, ni rhough showing an Increase ?'f only half a million In the sur.lu rei rve, received a fa vom hl- Intorpn tntlori, sind most stocks continued their progress upward* The llrthness for American securities In London in nnticlpath u i 1 the fortnightly settlement, the re? appearance of large factors In the mar? ket, le::s apprehension as to tin mone? tary situation and the htiu'iiess of the close of certain Sim-.- legislatures, were nil assigned as reasons for i.d- n < in market operations. Th ? qnnoune'O xneht of the...

Publication Title: Virginian-Pilot
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 28 March 1899

V ' " 1 ' u ? ? II uiiiii 11 Hi I III nil 111 u nu m 1i 11 :> \l?3b Page? \ IN TWO PARTS. tfttrr'Ttf TMTMITTTTI f tf TTT|fTT TTTTT rfTT ?tTf Tf H ' ? VOL. II?NO. 151. K?BFOLK, VA., TUESDAY, MARCH 1S99?TWELVE PAGES. THREE CENTS PER COPY. LATEST NEWS OF THE WORLD BY TELEGRAPH AND CABLE. The Filipinos Contest Every Foot of Ground. AMERICAN LOSS HEAVY I'olo Abninlniieil null Ilm 'Jlorrli A|ta piled?Tho Filipino Coutninutlor In Clllel IkNuca sanguinary ei iioi? 'i tic monitor Moiimliiock Mioitn iimi Practically Burn* Pnrniiquc? Eiiciiij FiglitN imi, i French Finn ' lim i> KiiKiiKFiuonl ?if Hi in Unnrd ot itr i mil i n i,;- I oreo ? Cnptiire ol Alnllloii null Many 1'rlniiiicrM AstiiitiiUdo in iiio Field?Sieitdj Ail vuiico on 91 a tot oa. (By Telegraph to Vir^lnian-Tila'..) Manila. March 27.?11:3.". a. m.?The Americana this morning found the Im? portant town nf Polo ami a. number ? >! small villages west of the railroad de? serted and burning. They are advanc? ing along the railro...

Publication Title: Virginian-Pilot
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 28 March 1899

the; news of norfolk "qn. pages two, three five and six' LOST. LOST, A DOG. TJw\ Thursday. nftAnvwi, Whltci Shagiry Pop. bt>th earii blufck and blnok stripe on lower *md of b*:ck also black, spots on stomach: long, Khnggy tall; height uliout I? Inches*: length of iwdy ?l>out. 24 Inches, 1 have raised Mnv siivco ho was a puppy und am much attache-d t-> him. Acred C months. Will frlvo J10 for his return. MISS LILLIE MYKRS, mh2S-3t? 4S Avon Street. FOUND. 171 OCN'D AI >KI FT. ? OFF WINDMILL . I'olnt, Choaapeako Hay, by tug Asher .1. Hudson, one , Fish Roat and Skiff. Owner can pet same bv applying t'u HUDSON' & Ilfttl., a, Roanoko avonuo, Norfolk, and payljrjr costs. mh2S--4t* WANTED. WANTEb-AX AfCTlVE TOD N G man for offlro work, with full knowledge of book-keeping; mtisl have satisfactory references. "POSITION," this ofllce. inhi!t?-3t* WANTEi >.?TAI I.OUKSS TO WORK OD tiro- custom made vest, also ;;iil for gengffwl frOUBO work. 412 Weft High? land :ivcni]i>. _I...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 28 March 1899

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES TWO, THREE FIVE AND SIX WEATHER REPORT,. Washington, March 27. Forecast .for Tuesday: For Virginia: Rain; increasing east? erly winds. For North Carolina^: Rain; colder Inj extreme western portion; Increasing! easterly winds. NorlMlk nml viciniiy. WEATIIKU FORECAST FOR TO-DAY. Probably fair; fresh to brisk north? enst to north winds. TEM1 : rtATURE, RAINPAt?li AND HUMIDITY. Mix:, m temperature . 41 Minimum tcmpcrutuic. 3u Normal temperature. f>0 Departure from normal .minus s Departure from norinan since Jan? uary 1st.minus no Rainfall in past 24 hours.13 Itulnfall since 1st of month.4.76 Mean humidity. 80 f - PADENDAR. Sun rises ;":5i; a. m.; sets C:24 p. m. TIDES. Norfolk: High water r>:Hl a. m., 0: p. m.; low water S:34 a. m., 3:-K) p. m. Old Point: High water :?:lf? a. m.. 1?: p. m.; low water 3:13 a. m., 3:19 p. m. ?i hc i?. MARTIN? Captain DAVID A MAR TON dd?sd suddenly In Silver City. New Mexico, Sunday March 2*.. Ills wife, a ron. and wn da...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 28 March 1899

VIRGINIAN-PILOT. ?BT THE? (VIRGUN'IAN AND PILOT PUBLISHING COMPANY. SQRFOLK VIRGINIAN AND DAILY PILOT. (Consolidated March. 15?8.) Entered st tho Postofnco at Norfolk, ,Va., 83 second-class matter. OFFICE: PILOT BUILDING. ii'Li _ CITY HALL AVENUE. norfolk, va._ OFFICERS: A. H. GRANDY; President; M. GLENN AN. Vtce-Prcsldent; W. ?. (WILKINSON, Treasurer; JAMES E. AL? LEN. Secretary. BOARD OF DIRECTORS: A. H. Grandy M. Glcnnan. L. D. Starke. Jr.. JT. W. Shelton. R. W. Suul?ce. James E. Allen. D. F. Donovan. THREE CENTS rERCOPT. subscription rates: The VIRGINIAN-PILOT !? detlverefl to Bubscrlbers by carriers In Norfolk and vicinity, Portsmouth, Berkley. Suffolk. iWest Norfolk. Newport News, for 10 cents per week payable to the carrier. By mall, to any place lu the United States, postaco free: 1>A1I.Y, oue year - 8.VOO sis. in on Ilia - - - 3.00 ?? Ibree moiilln - - >?so 1 ?* nnn luonttl - ?? ? 'r'? ADVERTISING BATES: Advertise? ments lnsert-c at the rato or 7o cents a Bquare. firs...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 28 March 1899

Makes the food more delicious and wholesome govgt a??ma pc?p;n co,, new vobk. COURT DECISIONS. Notes of Cases Recently Decided, Which are of Interest to Our People, DIGESTED BY W- B- MARTIN, (Exclusively for Virginian-Pilot.) GOLDSMITH & CO. V. LATZ. Supreme Court of Appeals of Virginia, February 2, 1S99. IN AN ACTION BY EMPLOYE AGAINST IIIS EMPLOYER TO RB< COVER, COMPKNSATTON FOP. SERVICES, IT IS ERROR TO EX? CLUDE FROM THE JURY CON? SIDERATION OF THE QUESTION WHETHER Till: EMPLOYE WAS DISCHARGED, OU VOLUNTARILY ABANDONED SERVICE WITHOUT CAUSE. ACTS OF ACQUIESCENCE IN A STATKM ENT OF ACCOUNT FUR? NISHED PLAINTIFF RAISE A STRONG PRESUMPTION OF AN' AGREEMENT THAT IT IS COR? RECT. WHICH MUST BE REBUT? TED OR IS CONCLUSIVE AGAINST * HIM. This was n suit against Goldsmith & Co. by Latz for compensation alleged to be due the plaintiff for services as an employe under a certain conti act made between the parties. There was a Judg? ment for the nlalntlff In the lower court, and ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 28 March 1899

NORFOLK LOCAL NEWS ON~ PAGES 2. 3. 5f 6 AND TT DIVINE SERVICES SUNDRY (Concluded from Fifth Page.) things and death Itself. So unwilling? ly, as in tlie case ot St. Paul, Holy men i?f old spake as they were moved by the Holy Qhost, and all Scripture la Bhcn by Inspiration of God. All the writers of that book agree singularly; nil philosophers do not agree; hardly any two can agree; no two scientist*! can agree exactly, and yet nil these writers agree as well in the iucompr- - hensible two-fold nature, of Christ as In the simpler recital of the minute In cldents of His lifo and work before them. While Parliaments, Senates and !.? ? Matures have never formed their highest work In the enactments and amendments of laws, we have In t- n Bhort principles thai any child can re? member nnd understand all the re? quirements that spring from all the conditions, circumstances and relations of Ufr?, and of which no repeal or amendment Is ever needed. By inspl-I ration the past,'the present nnd ...

Publication Title: Virginian-Pilot
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 28 March 1899

THE; NEWS FROM THE OLD NORTH STATE AND ITS CAPITAL RALEIGH'S DAILY NEWS-BUDGET The First Regiment of North Car? olina Voiuntaers. MUSTERING OUT POINT Aisistitnt Attorney (?onoriil lluytl Kx? I'l.iln- Wliy It .liny Ho I ii ox poll cut to Seiet KnlcJgU?The Ntnte Itnr AMoelntlou ? MniHint University Will Not i,use by Car Company failure Oilier .llmtom. Raleigh, NT. C. March 27.?The gen tlcmcn composing the aldermanlc com? mittee, Messrs. H. W. Miller, Drown Pcgriim and J. S. Riddle, who were appointed for the purpose of Bccurlng, if possible, the muster out of the l-'irst North Carolina Regiment in Raleigh, used their best offorts to have the regi? ment brought to Ulis city, but it was ascertained that such a course would have worked an injustice to tue mem bora of tho regiment. The following letter to Mr. H. W. Miller, from Mr. .lames E. Boyd, Assist? ant Attorney General, fully explains itself: "J have b en i > the ?War Department this morning and have had u confer? ence with boih...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 28 March 1899

NEWS FROM RICHMOND AND OTHERHpARTS^OF VIRGINIA AND GOSSIP People at Want Voice in Selecting U. S. Senators. MAY MEETING AT CAPITAL .Mr. IHortln Declines to Dlscnns tlie Blatter, bnt Will ?o Kothlns In Opposition to llio Movement-A?l nilral Sicliley Receiving Mmiy C'onrteslcs?Rev. I>r. swccni y lie* ?Itnt-Ntira Notes of Interest, (Special to Vlrertnlan-Pllot.) nichmond, Vau? March 27.?The sub? ject of the approaching conference here; In May for the purpose of considering methods whereby tho people may have a voice In the selection of United States Senators, Is creating more comment than any which has arisen In Virginia In some time. The call for tho conference, which' was published In tho Sunday papers, has been analyzed and discussed, and every sentenco interpreted, and from them deductions and Inferences drawn until the subject would seem to be meeting threadbare. The fact that fifty such prominent men of the State signed the call for the conference caused comment, as illustrati...

Publication Title: Virginian-Pilot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 28 March 1899

SENATORS BY POPULAR VOTE Movement Looking to Change in Methods of Selection. PARTY MANAGERS CONFER nomoornllc I.onclcr* Issue to the l'?o pie an Add res? In Which They JPolul Out Objcr tlOUS to Iho ['roi. out System -Popular nrnmnil For a Chnugo ?Inlnicu-Other Hintes ftre TaUlnr. Action, The telegraphic columns of the Vir? ginian-Pilot's issue of Sunday give an (account of a conference of Democrats held In Richmond to take action look? ing to a chance In the method Of elect? ing Untied States Senators. The con? ference issued an address which in be? lieved to have been practically agreed upon at the lime of Congressman Jones visit to Richmond some two weeks ago, when a number of gentlemen prominent lo political affairs met him and talked this matter over freely. THE ADDRESS. Following Is the address: To the Democratic Voters of Virginia: The demand for a change In the me? thod of electing United States Senators Is so widespread and so Imperative that the Issue thereby raised cannot ...

Publication Title: Virginian-Pilot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 28 March 1899

PORTSMOUTH LOCAL NEWS A IMP ADVERTISEMENTS PORTSMOUTH AND NORFOLK COUNTY What Virginian-Pilot Representa? tives Hear Daily, BRIEF ITEMS OF INTEREST 2bo Movement* of I'eoplo Id Whom Hi ? Average Itoacter In Inier? ?atcd?llnnponliia;* in l.egui?Bua In. Bcllgroil!? null Social t'lr? Clr.t A Forcen?! of I untie Kvents, Mr. John C. Parkcrson, who Is at the Hospital St. Vincent do Paul in Nor-' folk, is Improving slowly. Colonel A. J. Somers, of Charleston, S. C. was In the city yesterday en route home from New England. Those who have not heard the Sea? board Air Line shops' brass hand play will be astonished when they have that pleasure nt the great progress made. It makes excellent music. Mr. James Jac ibson, of Halifax, N. C., was In the city on business yester? day. This wan his first trip ;?> Ports? mouth. He was much pleased. Mr. T. P. McGuire, who has been connected with the Seaboard Air Lino for a long time, will move his family to Littleton. X. C, which place he will engage in...

Publication Title: Virginian-Pilot
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 28 March 1899

PORTSMOUTH LOC?L NEWS ?ND ADVERTISEMENTS^ ,_? _(Continued.)_ BROWN'S BAZAAR High Street, Comer BVSiddlo. me to Our Great Easter Sale To-morrow will be a day of rare opportunities and delightful surprises for bargain seekers. The very latest novelties, the very best qualities and the ve:*y biggest bargains. GOc. for J1.00 quality, 27-lnch Wldei China Silk. 25c. for 83c. quality All-Wool Dross j Goods. 33c. for BOe. quality Ladles' Cloth. 60c. for ?1.00 quality Black Crcpon. j IKVic. for 20c. quality All-Wool Serge. 85c. for |1.!5 quality Black Taffeta Bilk. 11c. for Mixed Covert Cloth, to make BloycU Stilts and Skirts. 8o. tor UVtc quality Sea Island rer? oute. 6c. for 10c. quality Mulhoufe Percale. 12V4o. for 2?O. quality 10-4 Unbleached I Bhoetlng. 6o. for Sc. quality White IMald Muslin.! 12M;c. for tiUe.. quality Whit* Pique. 5u. for Sc. quality Dresn Ginghams. 8c. for 12M.c. quality White Cntr.brlr. 75o. for KSc. Umbrellas. $1.00 for 41.50 Gloria Umbrellas, with' Dresden handles....

Publication Title: Virginian-Pilot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 28 March 1899

Review of jmz^^Km^BHippim News and Re at, Estatr'rTT^^^sT REYEIW OF MARKETS FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL Stocks, Money, Exchange, Bonds, Grain, Cotton, Provisions, Etc. Now York, March 27.?Nearly nil Bti i Ks mad.- advances to-day. and some of them were of material proportions. Various reasons might be assigned for the movement in Individual Blocks, i>ut the prlnclpul motive for (he general rise apparently was that the steady ad? vance of prices of late had again aroused the outside public to buy. Th dealings reached nearly one and one quarter million shar.-s. Aggressive bull manipulation by the leaders of specu? lation had seemingly caused the pub? lic lo cease waiting for an Immediate opportunity to secure Blocks at n lower level. The market opened under an im? petus of higher quotations from L >n don, and though large realizing con? tinued pretty steadily until near tin close, when the rate for call money reached six per cent., leaving the range for tile day from four to six. w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 29 March 1899

ynULinmuiimluuuiiiiiiiiiniminiLi. 3 Pa^gre? IN TWO PARTS. ? ?TTTTTTTTTTTTTT TTTT *TTT TTTt '* [ THE MOST LOCAL NEWS and the best of it in the Vir- \ i GlNIAN-PlLOT. That's why | you see so many people read- 4 ing the Virginian-Pilot. j . * . . >.?. WW-^^iA^l?liliii. vol. rr?no. 152, NORFOLK, VA., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 29, 1S99?TWELVE PAGES. THREE CENTS PER COPY. LATEST NEWS OF THE WORLD BY TELEGRAPH AND CABLE ) CONTINUED ON j PAGE 11. Will Atlcck the Filipinos in Their Stronghold. SPANiSH SHIP CAPTURED A Coilipnrilfl xviy <lulct liny iteyoml .llimlla ? Insurgent Advance 4>mtrd Itrlnlorecil?Uur Troiipi ICoccivoil %V ii I: Joy on Inland ol .Xi'^roa - Au? ulltcr Attvntica Toward .llnlolo? win ii<- mniio'rvmtynitii it i? i x g>rc(eil Tin?I llocnvo Hi Bo Tiiiten ? Atiitiinltto'a lieclnration ? ?UH 1 Itcpoii. (By Telegraph lo Vlrginlan-PiloU Washington. D. C, March 28.? There wa8 a lull to-day in the reports from the scenes of net Ion north o? Manila, whli h for a time was rathe...

Publication Title: Virginian-Pilot
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 29 March 1899

THE: NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES Tv?/oTTtIR^ AND SIX WANTED. WAINTED- EXPERIENCED SALES ladles In dry poods store. Only those experienced need apply. H/VIUU MOREJS, 352 Ohurch street. _It XTTANTED. ? A WHITE COOK AND >V l?Utnlrcss, also a wh.to house i:.ri. Address with references P, O. Box N i folk._ nih2g-3t_ ATIDY WHITE OIKL WOULD like a good homo to <lo plain sewl I? and nss'.st in house work. Apply 71 ??liurrh sircot, MISS V. B. mlO-3C Air ANTED.?A POSITION IN . NOR \\ folk or vicinity hy a registered drug clerk; reference* given. Address M., Virginian-Pilot olllcc._nih20 {tr ANTED. - BY A YOUNG MAX >> ttomethine to d:>, Ik willing to do i nythlng th-at is lionost; Pest of refercn< e furnished. Address D. 11. C, care Vir l inla-n-Wlot_mhgHt* WANTED?AN' ACTIVE YOU NIG man for offloo work, with full knowledge of book-keeping: must hive , IsPaetory references. "POSITION." this ofllce._mh2g-8f ?\\T ANTED.? A STY LI Sil V AU1U AGE yV Horse; one that is perfectly Found...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 29 March 1899

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES TWO! THREE FIVE AND SIX. Washington, P. C, March 28.?Fore? cast for Wednesday: Virginia?Clearlug in the morning; colder in extreme south-'.ist portion; winds becoming high northwesterly. North Carolina?Clearing In the early morning, Wednesday fair; colder; high westerly winds. ftorfolli nml Vicinity. NORFOLK AND VICINITY. Fair and colder; East winds, becom? ing brisk west. TEMPERATURE, RAINFALL AND HUMIDITY. Maximum temperature. 56 Minima mtcmperature . 38 Normal temperature . f>l Departure from normal .minus l Departure since Jan, 1st.minus !M Rainfall In past 24 hours.22 Rainfall since 1st of month.4.98 ?Mean humidity . i'T CALENDAR, i Sun rises, 5:,"."i a. m.; sets, C:2j p. m. TIDES. ' Norfolk: High water. 10:10 n. m., 10:^.7 p. m. Low water, 4:10 a. m., 4:20 p. m. Old Point: High water, 0:4'.} a. m., 10:16 p. m. Low water, 3:55 a. m., 3:59 p. in._ Monuments and Gravestones. The rrlpriion of n sultahlo memorial In m.irbln or ;;ran He can he readily...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 29 March 1899

VIRGINIAN-PILOT. ?BT THE? VIRGINIAN AND PILOT PUBLISHING COMPANY. ?Ii VIRGINIAN UND DAILY PILOT. (Consolidated March. 1E98.) Entered at tho Postofflco at Norfolk, ?ls second-class matter. L OFFICE: PILOT BUILDING, Hit . CITY HALL AVENUE. norfolk. va._ OFFICERS: A. H. OBANDY, President; M. OLENNAN. Vtce-Presldont: W. B. WILKINSON, Treasurer; JAMES E. AL? LEN. S-jcretarjr. BOARD OF DIRECTORS: A. R. Orandy, M. Clennnn, L. D. Starke. Jr.. T, W. Shelton. R. \V. Shultice. James K. Allen, D. F. Donovan. TIIRCF. CK?T? PER COPT. subscription rates: The VIRGINIAN-PILOT Is delivered to Subscribers by carriers In Norfolk and vicinity. Portsmouth. Berkley. burtoUc. Weat Norfolk. Newport News, for IP Cents per week, payable to the carrier By mall, to any place iu the United States, postage free: VA1I.T, out. yenr - SB.00 " ilimonltia - - - 3.00 Ibrco month* - - 1.50 ** one niontb ? * ? .SO ADVERTISING RATES: Advertise? ments lnsertea at the rato of 75 cents a Square, first Insertion; each subsequ...

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