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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 20 April 1899

VOL.. II1?XO. IT. N OK FOLK, YA., THUIISDAY, V1?T. , : 1 A ? 8^-4-, V I i I ' . I . i [ i i i i i : i i , , ? ? I I I ' ' ' i I i I Ul 1 ) L1AJ ? 11 U11J 111 inn ; Uli WEATHER FORECAST FOR TO-DAY NORFOLK AND VICINITY? Continued showery weather; ncirly stationary temperature: easterly winds, increasing in force on the coast. TW ELY E PAG ES. TII1LEE CENTS PER COPY. LATggT XEWB OF THE WORLD BY TH fEGRApH AND CABLE.}T Fate of the Yorktown's Men Still a Mystery, GEN. OTIS HEARD FROJV3 Admiral llewey (bible* i ns: Ti \i ol i rcVtotIM Incomplete Itcport Flip thcr I'ai'iIrnlum ?I Disappearance ?I 1.101111*1111111 IIIIiiiopo und Com. p it <tr?t?litis Sniiiiiinriar?- Sil lint Imi in ?'lilllpptiiis .\ 1'onlti cure )?> ivn liliigton? (By Telegraph to Vlrglnlan-P.iot.) Washington, . C, April 19.?Tho Navy Department, haying rcnuestcd a cor reotlon of iho portions ot Admiral Daw cy's dispatches of yesterdny.whlch wore n.it decipherable, wan to-day able to furnish tho full te...

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

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES TWO, THREE AND FIVE. LOST. JOST?WHILE DRIVING IN SOUTH j Norfolk Tuesday, un? pockot book eonlnlning money and valuable pa? in rs Finder wall return the same to White Bros., Commercial Place, or police Station In Uorkley, and receive reward, aol0-3t* _ titAOTBa-TWO FIST-CLASS COAT Tl makers, none others need npply. Highest prices paid in th? city. FERE l'.Ki: .IONKS & CO., 323 Main street. np20-3t_ ANTED.?MAN WHO UNDER - stands manufacturing Ice, Frlek maoMno; one who can tako charge of plant. Reference. Address JAS. S. GtROVES, Norfolk, Va. _np20-3t* WA N T E 1 1. ? BY ATTRACTIVK young lady; position in lee cream parlor restaurant or Summer garden. Address mis. Jt., Vlrglalou-Pilot oilice. ?i)19-JL* _ WA NTBI>-POSITION "WITH FIRST class wholesale concern us travel? ing or local salesman; can give tho best of reference. I am at present the occu? pant of a res|K>nsll)lo position: desire change. "DRi'MMER," care Virglnlan ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 20 April 1899

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES TWO, THREE AND FIVE. . WEATHER REPORT. Washington, D. C, April 19, 1S9S. Forecast for Thursday: Vor Virginia and North Carolina?| Fair In western; rain, followed by fajr In eastern portions Thursday; brisk northeast, shirting to northerly winds; probably high uii the coast; Friday fair und warmer. ( Nortull? nuil VIcIiiIIt. WEATHER FORECAST FOR to? day. Continued showery weather; nearl> stationary temperature; easterly wind: Increasing In force on the coast. TEMPERATURE. RAINFALL AND HUMIDITY. ' April 19, IVO. Maximum temperature . 05 Minimum temperature . 54 Normal temperature. DO Departure from normal .plus I Departure since January 1st .minus ill Rainfall In past 24 hours .0 Rainfall since 1st of month.1.42 Menu humidity . 72 i CALENDAR, Sun rises at 5:2:: a. in. am! t" is :it 6:45 p. m. TIDES. Norfolk?High wnlcr, 5:08 a. m, and ' r>::;:? p. m. Low water, 11:14 n. m. and 11:41 p. m. Old Point?High water, 4:45 a. m. ah I 5:is p. m...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 20 April 1899

VIRGINIAN - PILOT. ?BT THE? ?mO INI AN AND PILOT PUBIJSHINO COMP AN Y._ iOBfOir VIRGINIAN AND DAILY PILOT. (Consolidated March. 1S3S.)_ ?-?? 1 Entered at the Postofflce at Norfolk, j^a-. as second-class matter. ?FFICE: PILOT BUILDING. C1TV. BALL AVKNUE, norfolk. va. OFFICERS: A H. OHANDY, President; tt. GLENN AN, Vtcc-l'rcstdent; W. JVILKINHON, Treasurer; JAML3 E. AL? LEN. Secretary. BOARD OF DIRECTORS: A. H. Orandy, if. Olennan. L. D. Starke. Jr.. ET. W. Shclton, lt. W. BhulUce. Janie? L. Allen. D. F. Donovan. TlflRKECKMTM PUKCOI'T. subscription rates: The. VIKGINIAN-PILOT Is delivered to ?rUbscrlbcrs by earners In I>,0'rt'1K_n,'!;1 ?lolnltv Portsmouth. Berkley. SuTfoiK West fVorfolk, Newport News, for 10 cents per week payabio to tho carrlor By mall, to any placo In tbo Lulled titatea. postage froo: ?AJI.T, ou? yenr - S5.00 ?? ilxnmntbi - - ? a.00 ?> Inree moulbi - - J-:,u ?? one moiitti ? ? ? ? ADVERTISING RATES i Advertise? ments lnstrtea at tho rato of 75 ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 20 April 1899

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES TWO, THREE, AND FIVEr COURT DECISIONS. Notes of Cases Recently Decided, Which are oF Interest to v.. Our People. DIGESTED BY W- B- MARTIN, (Exclusively for Virginian-Pilot.) CUSSEN V. BRANDT & DUNLOP. Supreme Court of Appeals of Virginia. iMarch IC, 1SD9. IT IS ESSENTIAL TO A SALE THAT ROTH PARTIES CONSENT TO IT. BUT THIS MAY BE INFERRED FROM THE CIRCUMSTANCES. THE DELIVERY OF A NOTE FOR VALUE TO ONE WHO IS PRI? MARILY ROUND ON IT. IS AN* EX? TINGUISHMENT OF THE NOTE. A PURCHASER OF AN OVERDUE NEGOTIABLE NOTE TAKES ONLY THE TITLE OP THE SELLER, AND SUBJECT TO ALL EQUITIES TO WHICH IT WAS SUBJECT IN HIS HANDS. A MATERIAL CHANCE IN Till-: CHARACTER OF A NOTE, APPA? RENT ON ITS PACE, IS SUFFI? CIENT To PUT A PURCHASER ON ENQUIRY. Tili? was a suit In chancery In which arose the question as to whether two notes were liens on certain real estate, or hail been paid ami extinguished. The lower court held that the notes were valid liens, and there was...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 20 April 1899

LATEST TELEGRAPH NEWS, CONTINUED FROM FIRST PAGE THE PPCS UTILE EN! Pennsylvania Assembly Fails to Elect Senator, THE TRIAL OF QUAY V it:c? i; ii vi rimr < a'! ? IMi ii ScN>.i(>u I lie M. \* ill vr Only Olio Men* ntor During m run Ycuim llio state in Crlmliinl I'rcMecnlloii ol the Kx-Sei?i?tor Closes Iis ?nsc iii Iii ii in II n tilt Acconnlii (By Tclegruph to Vlrcln'.-in-riio'..) Harlsburg, 1'?.. April 19.?This great I battle for United Slates Senator ended to-day without an election and mil iss Governor Stone calls an extra session, nl which there should be an election, Pi nnsylvnnla will have only one repre? sentative In the United states Senate during the next two years. After the taking of the ballot in joint convention n motion was nfi'f red by Mr. Kow (Dem:), of Philadelphia, and adopted, that a vote of thanks bo tendered the olliccrs nnd that ih.nvention ad? journed side die. The Legislature wilt iidjotirn finally at noun to-morrow. There was ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 20 April 1899

the: news from the; ou) north state and its capital B?LEIGH NEWS ANHQSSIP The Moravian Church Secures a Big Inheritance. A WILL INTERPRETED Exodus <ir Negroes From Hie suite Kurnl Mitteln to Oo on n CruWo Auotlicr 4?uiilc*t For Office?Frille in Iba Cruiser KhIoIkIi?1 lie .Nrw Inaiirnnco I,i?w ? An Argument llcnril. Rnlclgh, N. C. April 19.~An Import niiL will case was yesterday decided by the Supreme Court, when by the M >ra vlan Church nets $100,000. The ease is that ot E. W. Keith, ad? ministrator vs. Mary Scales < t al. This1 proceeding was brought by the ndmlnls- j Hntor Keith with (he will annexed ot 13. T. Clemmons against his heir:; at law. n< Nt of kin and devisees lo have the w ill proved in Bolcmn form, and for u construction of the same. lie died childless. After a devise to his widow and three smaH bequests to relatives, the testator devised and be? queathed his estate, estimated at ?ioo, 000. as follows: Til!: WITJI* "After ih...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 20 April 1899

NEWS FROM RICHMOND AND OTHER PARTS OF VIRGINIA. OUR RICHMOND NEWSLETTER A Young Man Attempts to Commit Suicide, A NORFOLK PASTORATE Reported ihct Dr. Hawthorne win JRcCailefl ??> Succeed l>r. Wlinrton ni Freemason Biroel iinptiat Chnreu?Smallpox l>l?nppci?rlnsr? OritiKl i n;iiM ,l nojnl Arcnumu ? liccUcr Case Continued. I ' (Special to Vlrglnlan-rilot.) Richmond, Va., April 19.?A young man named Charles M. Meyer, well known about town, uttcmpted to com? mit suicide in. a most sensational man? ner to-day. About 2 o'clock this after? noon he was standing In front of Mur? phy's, at Eighth, and Broad, when he deliberately took a small vial from his vest pocket ,and, uncorking rt, raised it to his lips and drained it. People were passing in great num? bers at tho time, and they saw the young man's action. Police Justice John Crutchfleld and Captain Frank Cunningham rushed the young man into tho hotel ana turned in an ambulance call. Meyer was kept walking...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 20 April 1899

THE NEWS FROM VIRGINIA CONTINUED FROM PAGE EIGHT, PETERSBURG. The Chesterfield Mystery May Re? main Unsolved, Tr:??io of *ny Threatened by Low Water-Medication of odd Fellow* II nil?Tho Now Electric ICilllwoy? Itemoved i<, i>? n vi Mo. Petersburg, Va., April 10.--A night or two ago tho steamer McCall ran aground In Appomattox river just as it entered the corporate limits, and it was several hours before the steamer could proceed to her wharf. Mr. J. W. Phillips, the owner of the boat, and who is now In the city, coin plains that the terrible condition of the river seriously Interferes with naviga? tion, and says that It In to the city's in? terest as well as bis own that the har? bor should be dredged and kept in good condition. Mr. Phillips added that In the middle of tho Appomattox, opposite his wharf, the water is not 18 Inches deep at low tide, making It Impossible for tho Mc? Call to turn at her wharf. Mr. Phillips UlSO said that he had just received n let...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 20 April 1899

r?mgMOUTH LOCAL NEWS AND ADVERflSFMFMT.c; CHRONICLES OF INTEREST Portsmouth, The Beautiful City By the Sea. ' FOUND HERE AND THERE Tlio I.ralest Hnppeulnga In llio illy nuti County Presented iu Conclne l (inn Fur Mi? lallUruilou of Vir? ciniitii>rilui Kondom Her? und Elaewliere ? Uos?lp For People \\ im Desire to Keep Pouted, Mr. s. M. Edwards Is now n special policeman for Western Branch District, : Judge W. N. Portlock having appoint- j ed him to thai position yesterday for duty at Pinner's Point. A colored man. Mark Sawyer, <>n trial j In the County Court for larceny, got a juil .sentence ?>l six months. By reference t?> the front rent "mis." it will be seen that II .i stand for II saloon is on the market. Miss llattle Dushanc, <>f Spottsyl vanlu county, who has been visiting Miss Eugen In Gray, left for her home yesterday morning. Mr. A. \V. Mooro, who fell from his stand in the vegetable market Tuesday...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 20 April 1899

PORTSMOUTH" LOCAL NEWS. AND?DYERTI8EMENT8. _(Continued.) _ Opening Sale For Spring and Summer Of Men's Boys' and Children's Cloth? ing and Furnishing Goods, Hats, Umbrellas, etc. MEN'S CLOTHING. Good Ruslncss Suits, J3.P0: worth, 15.00. Neat Evening Suits. J5.00: worth ?7.60, Ureas Suit, i7.'J>: English Serge, Cash? mere, Cheviots, both lined anil unlliud, v..nth HO.SO. I! val English Serge JH.SO. These Soils are tbe equal of the $15 00 Suits soi l ,1 where. Seo them and bo convinced that this is a fact. OUR $14.40 SUITS. There Is only ono way to describe them, vis.: That tiiev are the best Ready-to Wear Clothing to be had for money buth for Fashion, Fit or Finish. Men's Spring Overcoats at Jj.SO; worth JW.0O. MEN'S PANTS. EverythTng that Is new and nobby, ranging In price from $1.25 to $5.00. BOYS' CLOTH I NO. Wo have. In this lino a comnleto as? sortment, commencing with a Goc. wash mil to the best ? ratio of Worsted und TrtCo's al J5.00. MEN'S UNDERWEAR. I "Anything at...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 20 April 1899

Review of the Markets, SiiippiNO News and Real Estate Business. r ; !< FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL | Slocis, Honey, Exchange Conds, Grain, Cotton, Provisions, Etc. New York, April 1?.?There la a cer? tain contingent of Stock Exchange; nj?e< it la tors who bane their ventures for llie ilay oii the tendency of prices dis-| played :it the immediate opening of (he market. To-day's Initial trading gave promise of.mii active mid Btrong mar? ket, and the symptoms accordingly in? duced some outside orders, hut there was n development Of weakness In * i ?? - - j ttfti moon. The early demand w as stint-1 ulatcd by 111 - decided strength display? ed by the Granger group, which was helped by reputed moro favorable dl-1 made conditions in the wheat ii it and.: encouraging statement by llio govefn irieht of the general crop conditions. These circumstances caused a. relapse In wheat prices, which w> also in? fluenced by heaviness in lilveri.!? In? terest rnh mainly to...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 21 April 1899

5"'?i i iuu ii illinium ui illinium im nu I IS Pages \ I IN TWO PARTS. [ *rTT.?iniTTT ''')iiiiiiuiiiuu'""""u"'u''?m"TnmiapM'?uB WEATHER FORECAST FOR TO-DAY NORFOLK AND VICINITY? Partly cloudy and warmer; possi bly rain: brisk easterly winds. VOL.. TII?NO. 18. LATEST NEWS OF THE WORLD BY TELEGRAPH AND CABLE.}ZsTmi YELLOW FEVER JN CUBA Fortunately No Americans Are Among the Sick. A DELAYED EXPLOSION 4u a in c: 11 n M sin ii Fired Into nunxii uiiin I.ml Nummer F.xiiloilm u 111> llnrunffing Rcniitts? Dial rlbnt Ion of ii micj Among i ilium (tnltllrrs? Kfwupaper < nrro?f?onilciil* Itrlln qiilsli Their I'orliniiN-Tnx NIIuiib lion nt Niiullngo. (By Telegraph to Virginian-Pilot.) Havana, April 20.?Three oases <>r yellow fevwr tlovelopetl to-rlay. Colonel Davis Isolated the houses und declined in ullow any ingress or egress except in the case of the physlclnn nnd the necessary assistants, who were not al? lowed to come in contact with the pub lie u...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 21 April 1899

THE NEWS OF" NORFOLK ON PAGES TWO, THREE AND FIVE. LOST._ Jost?WHILE DRIVING IN south j Nnrfolk Tuesday, one iwckclr 1, containing money and valuable pa i? ?? Finder Will return the same i<> Wi Uros., Commercial Place, >>r police station In Berkley, and receive reward, aois-ai* _ WANTED. WANTED. - REGISTERED PIIAlt nuicist, Bohcr and Industrious and about :t. yeara of age: state experience und salary expected. Address PHARMA? CIST, care Vlrglnlan-Pllot. ap21-3t 1> OSITION WANTED?by ? MAX with Hovcral years' experience In general merchandising. Can niv~ llrst class reference. Address, ".m. b.," P. O. }tux S">, Clltiri bland. Va. aplfi-uteod W_?XTKD. ? TWt?lCXDItKII MKX for railroad work at $1.00 per day at nth and M iran avenues. ap21-lw* \\' a nted.?two El ST-C LASS COAT 11 makers, none others need apply. Highest prices paid in the city. F KUK? UK K jones & CO., 323 Main strict. np20-3t Wa N TEt &g...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 21 April 1899

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK OX PAGES TWO, THREE AND FIVE WEATHER REPORT. Washington, April 20. Weather forecast fur Friday: Virginia and North Carolina?Pair Friday; fresh east to northeast winds; rains Suturday. Norfolli null Yicinitr WEATHER FORECAST FOR TO? DAY. Partly cloudy and warmer; possibly rain; brisk easterly winde;. TEMPERATURE, RAINFALL- AND HUMIDITY. Norfolk, Va., April 20, ISM. Maximum temperature . 01 Minimum temperature . M Normal temperature . 59 Departure from norni.il . 0 Departure since Jan. 1st.minus 111 Rainfall in past -1 hours.0 Rainfall since 1st of month .1.42 Mean humidity . 881 CALENDAR. Sun rises, 5:22 a. m.: sets, 6:16 p. m. TIDES. Norfolk?High water, T,:T>2 a. in. ami j fi:17 p. m.; low water, 11:57 a. m. and] 12:00 p. m. Old Point?High water. 5:31 a. m. andl 5:56 p. in.: low wat<r. 11:36 a. m. ami 11 ::::i p. m. IUI.II. SMITH At li-s r-si.lnee. Maple' n. Princess Anno county, Thursday, April 20th. at 10:15 Ii. m NAPOLEON .1. M. SMITH, in...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 21 April 1899

VIRGINIAN - PILOT. ?BT THE? [VIRGINIAN AN)) PILOT PUBLISHING COMPANY. lORFOLX VIRGINIAN AND DAILY PILOT. _(Consolidated March. IS^is.) Entered at the Posiofftce at Norfolk. (Va.. a? second-class matter. ft i OFFICE: PILOT BUILDING, CITY. HALL AVENUE. norfolk. va. !I OFFICERS: A. If. Grandy. President: W. S. Wilk? inson, Treasurer; James K. Allen, Sec fret ary. BOARD OF DIRECTORS: A. II. Grandy '.. 13 S Parke, Jr.. T. W. Fhelton. it. w. sindii\v. S. Wilkinson, yomes E-. Allen, D. F. Donovan. 11IKKE Vt'.XTH I'lilt C'Ul'T. subscription rates: The VIRGIXIAN-P1LOT Is delivered to subscribers by carriers In No/folk and vicinity. Portsmouth, Berkley. Suffolk. [West Norfolk. Newport News, for I'' cents per week payable to tho carrier. J'y mall, to any olae.c lu lbs United blatte, poatag*? froe": I>AI1.Y, one year - $.->.<>(> " Kix iiitiHiiis ... a.oo " lltree moiitii* - - l.au " oik- iiiuiiiIi ?. ? .r>t? ADVERTISING BATES: Af...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 21 April 1899

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES TWO, THREE, AND FIVE COURT DECISIONS. Notes of Cases Recently Decided, Which are of Interest to j*.. Our People. DIGESTED BY W. B-MARTIN, (Exclusively for Virginian-Pilot.) FIERCE V .TENNESSEE COAL, I. & R. CO. Supreme Court of the United States. February 20, 1S99. .WHERE AN EMPLOYE OF A COM? PANY WAS PERMANENTLY IN? JURED AND THE COMPANY AGREED TO PAY HIM CERTAIN WAO ES, Stc, SO LONG AS HE IS DISABLED, AND AFTERWARDS DISCHARGED HIM, HE CAN SUE AT ONCE AND RECOVER DAM? AGES FOR WAGES. &C l"P TO THE PERIOD OF HIS EXPECT? ANCY OF LIFE. This was an action by Pierce upon a contract made; with ill in by defendant company. He ha.i been permanently injured while in Its service; and, in consideration of his releasing the com? pany all claim for damages, it had agreed In the contract sued on to give him such work as he could do and pay him therefor certain wages per month and give him certain supplies so long as his disability lasted, and ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 21 April 1899

LATEST TELEGRAPH NEWS, CONTINUED" FROM FIRST PAGE THE WORLD OF SPORT The Norfolk High School boys proved that they were better ball players than the Eagles, l>y defeating them yester? day by a score or 13 to 5. The feature! ?if the game w< r.- the nll-'round playing of the 11 if;Ii School Jr.'s, also the superb| pitching "f W. Tlltcm and the brilliant field work of Webb. The n:^ii School | boys started their run-gottlng In tin first inning. Cannon was thrown oul in first. Johnson hit lo left for a single stole sc on.I and scored on Montague') hit to right: Montagu.? scored on 1'. Ta? lent's hit: Taterii stole s.>ti.l und third (bind scored on a passed ball. The in xt two wore thrown out at llrst, thus mak? ing a total ?.r three runs. The Eagles did not see the bom., plate until the ninth inning. In t'nis inning they si orcd live runs. Bullock lost his repu? tation In llto sixth inning and was fol-| 1 iwed by Roland, who was also found to i?- an easy ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 21 April 1899

THE NEWS FROM THE OL,D NORTH STATE AND ITS CAPITAL RALEIGH NEWS AND GOSSIP Dispensaries May Sell Liquor on Physicians' Prescriptions. TREASURER'S DECISION Important Killing on u DrfflCllvo bnw ?Hielt Tax on All Ilm. hull Knuten lo WIilcli Ailmlntlon I* ctinrges? < llillii.-ri III ?'OllOKOOf A L. i ii ll I I ll l <? nml Mcctinulc Arts ? I nmiiu ii tinin? Vota*. Raleigh, X. C, April 20.?"No liquor c.n bo sohl from ft dispensary except the party hoi.Is prescription from ;i practIctus physician." This la the ruling of State Treasurer * Worth .made yesterday In answer to a letter of Inquiry from Mr. Meade A. Kelsey. of High Point. The letter In full i:! as follows: ??Yours of the ISth, saying that you had seen that tome provision restricting the sale of liquor at dispensaries to those holding physician's prescription, and asking Information on this point Is received. In reply. 1 will quote you an extract from the law, which says that this section shall apply to all ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 21 April 1899

NEWS FROM RICHMOND AND OTHER PARTS OF VIRGINIA. OUR RICHMOND NEWS LETTER Mayor Carter Harrison, of Chicago, Goes Away. NOT AFTER PRESIDENCY In Interview in Itlcuinoud n?j w II? Blii'i ndntll .Fob Kur Two Yrnr?, nn<l That llrynn in s: i luni?' < liulec ? Alton i 31,000 Pensioner* Pnld lios|itn>i ni Slnrlou Overcrowded mid Needs Knlnrgotueut, (Special to VIrglnlan-Pllot.) Richmond, Vu., April 20.?To-morrow the Stale Auditor will complete the payment of pensions to disabled Con? federate veterans. The total numbers paid will aggregate about 3,100. The amounts paid each veteran, or widow, runs from $15 to $100. There ore v. ry few who receive as much us the latter amount. The work of paying out these pen? sions is very onerous. It has been in charge <>f Mr. 13. L. C. Scott, of the Au? ditor's offlce, though he has had to have assistance. Applications for pen? sions come in chiefly by letter, though many veterans have culled to ?et t...

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