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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 2 April 1899

A BIT OF PROGRESS. The sunlight fell so hotly on the pile Ot guano bags crowding the little wharf thut the man leaning against the, heaped-up sacks could hardly believe that it was May. and not July. He drew his eyelids together and through his lashes looked down the gleaming! river toward Norfolk, three miles away. On either sido of the river ? trucking farms stretched away toward the pine forests farther inland; just now the farms were at their greenest, strawberry Heids, cabbage patches, aetvs of spinach, all in verdant strife. The river clucked In here and there, Hinging (dear, shimmering streams ?? little way back into the country, ami the marshes around these Inlets gave a rank, yellow tinge to the green out? look. Now and then a pine grove not yet cleared away led the greens to the I other extreme, to the dark somber hue Which had little hut name in common with the brightness of the watt r-grass. Tin? man on the wharf sighed as he i note;1 these varying shades. "It would take...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 2 April 1899

TR??N8 VESSEL FOR THE C?OEfS The U. S. Chesapeake is Now Under Construction. THE FIRST CHESAPEAKE Two I ucraxrmciil* Willi . I.usll?li Yt-Nftfl? In Whirl! Mio PHI N?< I'i'ovo tho Vlrtor?Finally L'nn? turrtf bj mi Kiig;Hlliirii??i, Washington. April 1.?The appropria? tion bill for the year ending Juno 30. 1S9S, approved by the President March 3, 1S97, contained a clause appropriating $250,000 for one composite training vets Bel, propelled by steam and sail, to be used for the training of cadets at tho naval academy. This act was after? wards modified by striking out the word steam, and reducing the appro? priation to $125,000. Subsequently by act of July 10. IS'.iv. $125.000 additional was allowed for comple tion of this ves? sel. The vessel which has been designed by Chief Constructor Hlchborn, Is t<? be fitted with all the most modern ap? pliances for service and comfort, and ?will be constructed of steel. The bot? tom will be sheathed with yellow pine 4 inche...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 2 April 1899

FEW SURVIYO NOBLE P? Extemiination of lha Buffalo flow Nearly Completed, SOME FACTS AND FIGURES A ?'i'-.v tu: fi <>l (ho Kworiil'oiiM Hi r is Xlim limited Clio I'lniiiH Tltl<->y y*nm t^o Rnpltl Krauith? ler ?I tliu f.onsis Mill limiting ProfliMof Iii? Hunters lii!i}>lr)i>B Kpcctnclc l*rcscuIc<l by ? llcril. Albuquerque, N. M., April 2.?"There were between 1-0 ond 140 buff a I >es left In tbe United States last autumn," Bald John D. Dunham, formerly United States Land Commissioner in Wyom? ing, and later connected w'lth the Yi 1 l?wstonc Park Commlssion, " and thi mortality among the surviving 'masts has boon greater this winter than over before during their captivity. The Yellowstone Park herd comprised 103 head In 1893, but the temptation to ?i I a buffalo skin, worth nowadays from $U.o to 8260, and a buffalo head, whit h Is worth as much more, has In ;n t ?o much fur poachers. Despite the B&...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 2 April 1899

ON THE TRAIL OF THE KLONDKER rCopyrl?ht, I *< (3 7 7 AS been usual for tlie ). i>r tlireo years, each spring the! : etuis' man'.1! fancy lightly turns to | ':t:s of gold, Klondike bugs ana f '.niraculoucly discovered beds i yjllow metal. Once niora the ami tho Klondtker nr<? faring ? ' find renewed interest is he-! - In ciirAIaska gold fields. ? idem in connection wllh| I ty from the Canadian senate, an>l tli Irl 1 plans fell through. Their prop? i ? ': 'was to he by way of the ? \\- n i'ivci in light draft river boats ? 'those used on the Misslsslpi Telegraph creek, and front II [ Tesltu by rail. This was a p Sir William Van H?rne, who course, much disappointed v :' n C'nnndlnu politicians knocked it in I i | head. Many other routes and trails have,; lion of Iho track for Ulla hew railroad luts already been laid, and, despite tiio trernend? us difficulties that lind to he ivci'conic in the shape of mountainous kg, >tual frost, ...

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

a; ? 1152 Page? l I IN ;TWO PARTS. ( TTT?T1YTrM t TTTTTT TTTTTTTTTTT1T? 'Tm-YTTTTTTTTTt THE MOST LOCAL NEWS and the best of it in the vir- f{ ginian -Pilot. That's why ? you see so many people read- ? ing ihe VlRGlNlAN-PlLOT. ,.a.'.......,,.ll.1uii...iii?iiU-i?*"lUli ' VOL. Ill?NO. 3. ?NORFOLK, TA? TUESDAY, APRIL t, 1899?TWELVE PAG-ES. THREE CENTS PEU COPY. LATEST NEWS OF THE WORLD BY TELEGRAPH AND CABLET0?ON Philippine Commission Hopes For Early Peace. COLONEL DENBY ARRIVES OtllAriil oils < ili rs KiicouruKdiK Kc?N to ItOtue OfliclnlN lit lVunll in;. Doncrtrrs itclioti I'pnii i? Fur liier Weaken Agultiiilclo's Army ? Nilnnflon in llio Vlnnynu itinmK Improves?Gcncrill Har? rison (Irnjr Otis'Kalls Wltli die Roil lea ?I Contraries lViiu Have Fill I on In IJiittlo, fDy Telegraph to Vlrglnlan-Pllot.) Manila. April 3.?G:30 p. m?The na ?VC8 continue returning to their homes They are coming In all along the Ameri? can Hues and ninny of them, seeing the promises of good treatment...

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

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES TWO, THREE FIVE AND SIX WANTED. A1?R1 CHT. ENERGETIC NEW ENO . land young- man of good family, do? mes a first-class situation; salary. noi ob? ject; flrat-clasa references and security if desired. Address R. S., coro this ofllce. ap2 31* W~ANTE~D.? you no lady to act as cashier. Must bo first-class UKU'heicotltlon-. Apply with reference to HARRY MORRIS. 353 Church street. It ijtf ANTED. ? a YOUNG man to >' Invest small amount of money In good businit-s and work on- salary. Ad dr&sa A. m., this office. apl-3t T f?Dl ES T? MAKE- S?~MpT? J j ,j atrip-s at home; 5? to $10 weekly: no cahv .??\!nj:: reply envelope for sample nr.-d parli-ciU'lars. foster machine CO., . ... West 2tlth street. New York. It \ 17 ANTED?PEOPLE ?TO REIAD ADV. V7 of VA. GROCERY CO, on page 3. ap2-su,tu,we-3t WANTED ? SALESMAN IN OUR si W"e; must understand the busi? ness; apply early. VA. GROCERY CO. ?o2-3t _ _ WA NT E D?TIDY "WHITE GIRL TO attend invalid lady....

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

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES 2,3, 5, 6, and 11 WEATHER REPORT. "Washington, April 3. Forecast for Tuesday: For Virginia: Itain Tuesday and Tuesday night; probably fair und cold? er Wednesday; brisk northwesterly winds. For North Carolina: Rain Tuesday, fair and colder Wednesday; increasing east to northeast winds. Norfolk nnil Vicinity. WEATHER FORECAST FOR TO-DAY. Rain probable; no change in teinpcr rturc; brisk northeast winds. TEMPERATURE! RAINFALL AND I HUMIDITY. Maximum temperature. 48 Minimum temperature. 37 Normal temperature. 53 Departure from normal.minus 11 Departure from normal since Jan? uary 1st.minus 03 Rainfall In past 24 hours. 0 Rainfall since 1st of month.. .. .. o Mean humidity. Cs CALENDAR. Sun rises 6:40 n. m.; sets C:30 p. m. TIDES. Norfolk: High water 3:37 n. m., 4:10 p. m.; low water 9:00 a. m., I0:?o p. m. Old Point: High water 3:lfi a. ni., 3:10 p. m.; low water 0:38 a. m., !>:.~>i? p. m. Monuments and Gravestones. The ?rtoetl&...

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

VIRGINIAN - PILOT. ?ET THE? .VIRGINIAN AND PILOT PUBLISHING _COMPANY. iORFOlK VIRGINIA? AND DAILY PILOT. (Consolidated March, 1S98.) Entered at the Fostofflce at Norfolk, Va.. as second-class matter. OFFICE: PILOT BUILDING, CITY HALL AVENUE, norfolk, va. OFFICERS: A. H. ORANDY, President; M. GLENN AN. Vice-President: W. ?. WILKINSON, Treasurer; JAMES E. AL? LEN. Secretary. HOARD OF DIRECTORS: A. H. Grandy M. Glennnn. L. D. Starke. Jr. T. \V. Shclton. R. W. Shultlce. Jamea L. Allen. D. F. Donovan. TIlllKK CKStT.H I'lilt COPT. subscription rates: Tbc VIRGIN IAN-PILOT Is delivered to subscribers by carriers In N?rf?lk a"11 vicinity. Portsmouth, Berkley. SufTolk. West Norfolk. Newport News, for 10 cents per week payable to the carrier. By mall, to any place In the Unltea Stales, postage free: XtAll.Y, ouo yenr - ?3.00 ?* elsmonllis - - *-Q0 " Ibrea month* - ? ?.30 *? one moiitb - * ? JIO ADVERTISING BATES: Advertise? ments Inserted at the rate of 75 cents a. Square. Aral Insertion: each...

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

COURT DECISIONS. Notes of Cases Recently Decided, Which are oF Interest to Our People. DIGESTED BY W- B- MARTIN, (Exclusively for Virginian-Pilot.) WILSON V. DAWSON. Supreme Court of Appeals of Virginia. February 2, 1SU9. UNDER CODE OF VIRGINIA. SEC? TION 3.211. A PARTY CANNOT RE? COVER, ON A MOTION. DAMAGES FOR AN INJURY RESULTING FROM A BREACH OF CONTRACT. This case was a motion made dnuer section 3,211 of the Code of Virginia, prior to its amendment by the acts ol 3sur>-G' for damages resulting from the breach of a contract. The lower court gave Judgment for plaintiff and de? fendant appealed. The court says: The verdict and judgment complained of plainly Include items 27 and 23 of the account sued on, Which are for prollts the plaintiff alleged .'he would' have made upon the work which she was to do under her contract had there been no breach of It on the part of the de? fendant: that Is, for damages claimed by her by reason of the breach of the contract on the ;&...

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

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES 2, 3,5?6, AND \ U EASTER SERMONS "This is the Day Which the Lord Has Made." iccv. fr'ntlier t'rloll, nl St. Blnry'H C'lllllollC < Itnrcli ? Itov. Dr. Curl 1 . Granulier, ol Clirlnl tUuroli, on tlic ltcitirrcclioii. The churches In Norfolk were largely attended Sunday, both morning and night. The ministers preached sermons eppropriate to Saster day. Below we give a Bynopsls of those de? livered by Rev. Joseph Frioll, of. St. Mary's Catholic Church, and lifv. Carl E. Qramincr, D. D., of Christ Protestant Episcopal Church": ItEV. JOSEPH FRIOItl. "This is the day which the Lord lias made; lot us rejoice and be glad ".hero? in."?Psalm cxvll:24. Kastor surpasses all other festivals as the sun outshines Iho stars. The feast corresponds with the Jewish Passover, hence is called the Christian Passover, and points out to us in a striking manner the connection be? tween the old and the new dispensa? tion. Jewish Passover commemorated the deliverance of t...

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

THE NEWS FROM THE OLD NORTH STATE AND ITS CAPITAL RALEIGH'S DAILY NEWS BUDGET Father Needham, North Carolina's . Oldest Citizen and Preacher. DESTRUCTION OF THEPINE A Mux ton t'orrewpouOcnl ?lvc? Inter* cNiin'f 111101 in:i1111 ii Concerning *tt ? Fnlan IlcportM About smallpox Ntnmnetl unt-Pension Fund Nenr Ij- All I'nltl Ont?Trensnrtr Will issue Pcuttcutinry itonils. Raleigh, N. C April 3.?The death of Ttev. James Nccdhnm, known all over the Slate as "Father Necdham," will be regretted by all denominations and nil classes of society. He was North Car? olina's oldest preacher and citizen, and on .May 26th next, would have celebrat? ed the 100th anniversary of his birth by preaching the annual sermon at the school commencement at Pilot Moun? tain, his home. Dr. Creasy, of Winston, a warm friend of deceased, preached the funeral \ i . day, and a very laj-ge crowd at? tended the services. A letter from Maxton saysi The ".sighing pine" will soon be a thing of the past In Robeson county I...

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

NEWS FROM RICHMOND AND OTHER PARTS OF VIRGINIA^ CIHMOND NEWS AND GOSSIP The Senatorial Conference At? tracting Much Attention. c ~ _____ PRIMARY OR CONVENTION Tito Former Method Will Possibly I!? Decided Upon ? Coiigrenmiinn June* Ilie I'riibnblc Can tlltlnte?At? torney Geueral Montncuo Declines to Tnlk Aliotit llio Oyster COUtro? vefsy-TUlriy-foiir Venn Ago. (Special to Virglnlan-Pilot.) Richmond, Va? April 3.?There are two things in connection with the ap? proaching Senatorial conference hero that are attracting most attention. They arc the plan which will be the outcome of the meeting, and the man who will he chosen as Hu- champion jf the popular m vein. nt. There seems no question that the con? ference will recommend a primary or a State convention. Opinion aa to which method of selecting a candidate will be favored is-- much divided. The ma? jority, probably, look for the conference to call UDOtl the State committee to It-sue a call for a convention. The con? vention will be ex...

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

THE NEWS FROM VIRGINIA CONTINUED FROM PAGE EIGHT" NEWPORT NEWS. Names of New Morgan Line Ships Changed. Dentil of Mr, V?. II. Curtl*. Nr-.-En? Icrprino of Our NccrocH-Itiinor tnul I'll All ff OS lu Hallway Clerical Force-??ColOBOl" Austin Arrevtcri, Newport Netra, Va., April 3.?Tho Morgan Kino lias changed tho names of the ships which arc now building for Its Now York Orleans service at the plant of the Newport News Shipbuild? ing and Dry Dock Company. Instead of Ml Alba, El Pia. Kl Siglo and El Libre, the names selected sever? al weeks ngO, the four new ships will be designated El Norte, El Sud, El Sol und El Rio, In order. These names. It will bo remembered, were those of the four ships of the Mor? gan Lino which were sold to the United States Government at the beginning of the war. These vessels, which, With the excep? tion of the El Sol, were also built here, arc now in the government auxiliary service and are known respectively as the Yankee, Voacniltc, Prairie and Dixie. Tho E...

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

PORTSMOUTH LOCAL. NEWS AND ADVERTISEMENTS CHRONICLES ?FJNTEREST Portsmouth, The Beautiful City By the Sea. FOUND HERE AND THERE xiie l,nte*t Happenings ?no <"r mill < on illy l?rc<?ciitc?l In ?"oiiclao J 01 ni for the i:?ltflt*.> 11 on of Vir? ginintfi'll >i Renders Hero nnd Elsewhere - Gusilp **or People Who Desire In Keep l'onlctl. At Central Church Sunday morning Rev. Mr. B ndlea received two members Into the church on professions of faith. Teh additions to the Sunday school were res 01 ted. Mrs. J. J. K i rhegay. who lias been spending some time in Magnolia, N. c, has rcturtu ?'. lb her home, No. 200 Cooke street, Paris View. The "Kntscnjammers" beat the ''Tel low Kids" at baseball yesterday by a score of Cl to ID. The Park View Baptist Church will organize ?> O. Y. P. I", next Sunday aft .ernoon a; :'. o'clock. The eoinmittee ap? pointed ut the regular monthly con? ference- Friday night is at work and hopes, to h...

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

PORTSMOUTH ADVERTISEMENTS. [Continued.] Organdies. Organdies. Organdies A FULL LI Ts' 10 OF NEW PATTERNS. T. K.'S?P. K.'S?P. K.'S. THE SCARCEST GOODS ON TUB MARKET. PERCALES?PERCALES ? PERCALES. THE MOST COMPLETE LINE IN THE CITY. MADRAS?MADRAS?MADRAS? THE BEST GOODS IN THE WORLD FOR SHIRT WAISTS; ALL FAST COLORS. DIMITIES ? DIMITIES? D1.MFPJ.ES-ALL NEAT. PRETTY PATTTERNS FOR CHILDREN'S DRESSES. REGULAR J1.00 KID GLOVES FOR 85C. IN WHITE. THE LARGEST ASSORTMENT OF LADIES' BOJ3NET AND MUSLIN TIES TO BE FOUND IN TUB CITY. EMMETT ?3B&AJ?I(Sj t_ TERMS CASH,_320 HIGH STREET._ following new books have been placed in our library for april. "Lady of Qualify." Mrs. Burnett; "A Forest Orchid," by Ella Hlgglnson;; "Re? turn of O'Muhoney," by Harold Frederick; "Mr. Dooley In Poaco and War"; "If Sinners Entice Thee," by Lcdueux": "Crook of Mis Bough," by Muriel Dowie: '"Adventure* of Francois," by S. Weir Mltoholl": "Nameless Castle," by Jokol; "Jana Field," by Wllktns; "On the Brigh...

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

Review of the Markets, Shipping News and Real Estate Business. REVEIW OF MARKETS New York. April 3.?The usual ac? cumulation over Sunday ot "buy at the market orders caused a buoyant opening In many stocks. The dealings ?were on a tremendous scale, particular? ly In the morning, and the total trans? actions were over a million and a quarter shares. The most sensational advances wero among the specialties, many of which maintained gains t'> the close, although the railways cased ort". The legal rate, six per cent., was the prevailing figure for call money on good collateral, but the rnnse for the day was from 5 to S, with the closing at the lower figure. Although the Lon? don market was closed because of the Easter holidays, arbitrage brokers put out some lines of stock In the expecta? tion of getting them back cheaper In London to-morrow. The market throughout was highly speculative, with rapid advances and declines. Man? hattan on tremendous dealings main* tallied an adv...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 5 April 1899

t v...,- ?,. . ???> WS a-*,'?/* ^.''"VssWjSBSBSHBBSSB E ISi Pages I 1 IN TWO PARTS. e JrrTTFTTTTTTlTTTTTTTTtTTTTTTTTTf rrTTTTT-ITTTTTTTTIl* VOL. Ill?-NO. 4. NORFOLK, VA? WEDNESDAY, APRIL ! THE MOST LOCAL NEWS I ? and the best of it in the VIR- I GiNian-Pilot. That's why | I you see so many people read- | I ing the VlRGlNlAN-PlLOT. THREE CENTS PER C?PY. LATEST NEWS OF THE WORLD BY TELEGRAPH AND CABLE.}^???nd0?. The Philippine Commission Speaks For McKinley, AMERICA'S INTENTIONS Xbo I'uro 41111* mihi 1'iirpoMOH of Our GoTornmniil lluvc Itecn Misinter? preted, lloiico Iii? Open Attitelc on tho Friendly American Force? in tin- i'tlllHiioy, KnT> tlio Adminis? tration ? Kovcrrlguty will lie MiiliitnlticU?'I'lio CotniuUsloii Will Viait Provlncc? nutl Ascertain (lie Forum of Government Adopted to lilt People?'I lie i'.lc vru Article* nl tbo I'm i lu Ml ill I n II. (By Telegraph to Virginlan-PUot.) Manila, April 4.^-12:40 p. m.?Tho pre? amble of. the proclamation of tho...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 5 April 1899

THE) NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES TWO, THREE FIVE AND SIX, WANTED. WANTED.?A BOY 14 TO 16 YEARS yearn of ago ?o learn the. dry goods bus'ness and mako himself generally uuo fuli Address "BOY," caro IVinrinlan Pilot _ ai>5-3t? Vir anted. ? YOUNG UADY with TV experience as cashier and assistant Ii ?kkeepor. Address DiRY GOODS, caro Vftglnlan-PIlot. ap&-tf Afirt] (Ti FrT"rnergetic nbw bncT . land young man of pood family, de> il a n ilrst-class situation; salary no ob? ject; lirst-class references and security if :? Ired. Address R. S? caxo this office. qp'.'-3t? _ W ANTED. ? a young MAN to ? ? invest 6mall amount of money In good business and ?work on salary. Ad? dress A. M., this office. up4-3t \?/" A NM'K'o- i?K?V?l7i3TO read adv. >V ?jt VA. grocery co, on pago 3. r.p?-su.tu.we-St \y ANTED. ? 10W MEN TO PUR ? ? chase our special $1.60 Derby, equal t'i f2.50 hat sold by others. t. L. straw il INI) ?Vi co., 33t Main street, Stevens' - &...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 5 April 1899

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES 2,3, 5, 6, and 11, WEATHER REPORT. Washington, April 4.?Weather fore? cast for Wednesday: Virginia?Fair Wednesday; cloudy and warmer Thursday; fresh northerly tv'inds, becoming variable. Not th Carolina?Fair and warmer Wednesday; probably fair and warmer Thursday; fresh northerly winds, be? coming variable. Koriolti mid t Iclnltr WEATHER FORECAST FOR TO-DAY. Fair; no change in temperature; in? creasing northeast winds. TEMPERATURE. RAINFALL AND HUMIDITY. Maximum temperature . 42 Minimum temperature . 2:! formal temperature . 63 Departure from normal.minus 15 Departure since January 1st..minus 121 Rainfall In past 24 hours.24 Rainfall since 1st of month.24 Mean humidity . 5S CALENDAR. Sun rifles, 644 a. m.; sets, C:3l p. m. TIDES. Norfolk?High water, 4:46 a. m. and r.:24 p. m>; low wt'.'Jer, 11:01 a. m. and 11:23 p. m. Old Point?High water, 4:25 a. m. and 5:03 p. m.; low water, 10:10 a. m. and 11:08 p. m. Monuments and Gravestone*. The selectio...

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

VIRGINIAN - PILOT. ?BT THE? iVJROINIAN AND PILOT PUBLISHING _COMl'ANY._ KORfOLK VIRGINIAN WB DAILY PILOT (Consolidated March, 1S98.) , Entered at tho Fostoffice at Norfolk, ($a., an second-class matter. . (OFFICE* PILOT BUTLDINO. r.l.Y CITY. IIall AVENUE. _norfolk, va._ OFFICERS: A, H. ORANDT, President; M. GLENNAN. Vice-Presldent: W. ?. "WILKINSON, Treasurer; JAMES E. AL? LEN, Secretary. BOARD OF DIRECTORS: A- H. Grandy, M. Glonnan, l. D. 8tarko, Jr., T. W. Shelton. R. W. BhulUce. James E. Allen. D. F. Donovan. _ . THKEE CENTS PER COPT. subscription rates: The VIRGINIAN-PILOT I?'*5 subscribers by carriers In Norfolk end vicinity, Portsmouth. Berkley. Suffolk West Norfolk, Newport Ne*S. *0* W cents per week, payable to the By mall, to any place In tho United Ulates. postage tree: 0AI1.Y. ono yci?r - - 00 ?* aia mouths ... n.00 ?? Hirer, monllli - - *?s0 ?* oni> monlli <? ADVERTISINO BATES: Advertise? ments inserted nt the rate ot 7o cents a. Square, first Inser...

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