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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 1 February 1899

?Ulli illLiiuillllill iiiiillniiiilli iniuuif IN TWO PARTS. \ 1 t? TTYTTTTTT ?TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT TT TT T VOL. II?NO. 104. NORFOLK, VA., WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY ;i">..iMumiiiiHuiuiiiiiiH..:uiiiuiiiu"f ! WEATHER FORECAST FOR TO-DAY | 3 NORFOLK AND VICINITY? c j Snow, followed by fair weather; E 1 much colder; fresh north to northwest r 2 winds. t ..,..m.,ii.....vi? 1899?TWELVE PAGES. TILI? i: I: CENTS PER COPY. HOUSE PASSES THE ARMY BILL Discretionary Authority Con? ferred Upon the President. THREE AMENDMENTS ADOPTED Canteen* nml the Nate ot Liquor In < iin>i> Abolished?Civilians Sol 1:1 it i hie to r.iiulneor Cor|>s-A<col4, Piilmt'r uikI Cleveland IMseu??ied ? Mriin ? iinmilng? nnU I'naaoa 1:1? climigc Hot Slioia -Tll? Vote. (Ry Telegraph to Ylrglnan-Pllot.) Washington, Jan. 31.?Tho bill to re? organize and Increase the standing ar? my to about 10,000 men, but giving the President authority to reduce the size of Infant...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 1 February 1899

^j^lNT^D._ ANTPED. ? BKPEJRIECS'CTOD DRY goods mid notion saleslady. Apply with reference "H. X.." enref Virglnian PiLt. tci-it. vv i/ ANTK.l> ? r. ?;IIU^> TO M ak E .V baskets: steady work: good wages. Apply to BAST BASKET FACITORY, corner rhapoi and Culvert strci ts. N-or folk, Va. fel-iot (Portsmouth Mar copy.) TIT A N T K D SBVBBJAL TRUST W worthy persons u> manage our business In their own and n-nrby c-un tlcs Mainly office work oomlui ted nt homo Salary straight $?.'?> a year and expenses?definite, bonallde salary: mi n no less salary. Ref< n ine Baclc a r-address< I stamped envelope TH'E li .MiNio.N COMtPAiNtY, Dept. P., Oh'. fel-St WANTBD. - HV (; IS NT 1 .KM AN. 3? years old. r.f 12 years' experience, uosltlon as bookkeeper: will g.vo best ref? erences Address la " iKKKKI'Kli, ? are VIrglnlan-Pllot._ Ja3l-3f it ViTATlOX ItY EXPERT STENOIS O ra,.ber: very rapid typowrltlst; Blx years' experience. LlGHTNllNG, c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 1 February 1899

WEATHER REPORT. Washington, Jan. 31.?Weather fore east for Wednesday: Virginia?Fair, preceded by snow on tho coast; brisk northeasterly winds, high on the coast. North Carolina?Fair, preceded by xaln or snow in southeast portion; cold wave; high northwesterly winds dimin? ishing. METEOROLOGICAL. DATA. Maximum temperature . 43 Minimum temperature . 30 Normal temperature . 43 Departure from normal .minus 7 Departure since Jan. 1st .plus 37 Rainfall In past 24 hours.27 Rainfall since 1st of month .3.05 Mean humidity . 100 WEATHER. Snow, followed by fair weather; much colder; fresh North to Northwest winds. CALENDAR. Sun rises at 7:07 a. m. and sets at 5:31 p. m. TIDES. Norfolk?High water, 0:22 a. m. and 12:21) p. m. Low water, 6:33 a. m. and 6:51 p. m. Old Point?High water, 0.01 a. m. and 12:08 p. m. Low water, 6:14 a. m. and 6:30 p. m. Dilti?. MASON.?At tho residence of bis pa? rents, 704 Brambloton nvenue. January 81st <it 12 -nu, LOYALL C.-RiAVATT, in? fant son uf iRedln ...

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

?BY THE? (VIRGINIAN AND PI DOT PUBLISHING COMPANY. KORFOLK VIRGINIAN AND DAILY PILOT. (Consolidated March, 1S9S.) Entered nt the Postoftlce at Norfolk, ,Va., as second-class matter. OFFICE: PILOT BUILDING. CITY HALL AVENUE. NORFOLK, VA. OFFICERS: A. IL GRANDY, President; Id. GLEN NAN. Vlee-I'rcslUcnt: \V. S. WILKINSON. Treasurer; JAMES E. AL? I-EN. g.-or. lary. BOARD UK DIRECTORS: A. II. G.-nndy M. t'ilenuan. L. D. Starke. Jr.. T. W. She-lton. K W. Shultlce. James E. Allen, D. f. Donovan. Til RKK vr.s r.1 PER COI'T. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: The VIRGINIAN-PILOT Is delivered to subscribers by carriers In Norfolk and vicinity, Port?rm>uth. Berkley, Suffolk, ?est Norfolk, Newport News, for 10 cent3 per week, payable to the carrier By mall, to any place In tho United States, postage free: DAI I.T, one ycur - 85.00 " als inoiilli? - .. ? .?{.!) Ulrrr IllOllltl* - . 1.50 " OUO til on ( Ii a ? a ?IQ ADVERTISING RATES: Advertise? ments Inserted at the rate of 75 cents a Square, drat in...

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

Absolutely "Pure Baking Powder Makes the food more delicious and wholesome DOV?l [MKINO POW0F? CO.. NEW YORK. BRAM?LET?H WARD. Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Cason, of No. S13 Tunstall avenue, have gone to Court-! land to visit Mrs. Caaon'a brother, who! is very ill. Evangelist Varley will resume his meetings at the Park Avenue Baptist Church to-day, holding two services daily through the remainder of the week at 3:30 and 7:43 p. in. Mrs. Jane E. Jones is distressingly ill at her home. No. 317 North Mallby avenue. Miss Lydia Herbert, of North Mar? shall avenue, is an acute sufferer from tonsllitls. There is a worthy family residing at No. 022 Jamison avenue in destitute circu mstances. Mr. \V. B. Saul is confined to his home. No. 212 Hose avenue with grip. The Brambleton independent Demo? cratic Club will meet at their c-lub rooms, West Brambleton avenue, at s o'clock to-morrow night. Miss Janet Tatem Is ill at her resi? dence on Clay avenue. Rev. Lundy it. Wright Is visiting In North Carolina,...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 1 February 1899

THE TREATY IN THE SENATE Mr, Berry, of Arkansas. Leads Attack Upon It. THE POSITION OF MR. BACON llnvlng Fought Mpnlii In tree Culm We Catiuoi \nn. without Disbou? or, nuke War 5 pun lbs i'iiinp i>iiicm?Hot siioi nt Mel&iiilejr lUvN'rs IMmM anil Teller l>cr<nil iiic Trenty und Uncon <>i>i?<incs. (By Teiograph lo Virginian-Pilot.) Washington, Jan. .ft?During almost tho entire morning hour -to-day the Senate had under discussion tho policy Of this country to he pursued In the Philippine islands. Mr. Berry, (Ar? kansas). In a speech upon the resolu? tion offered by Mr. Vest, discussed the policy of expansion without a refer? ence to the constitutional point involv? ed In the Vest resolution, lie spoke from notes, slating with force and em? phasis his objections to the pending treaty of peace. ??If In November, is%," he began, "it hnd been known that the President nt tb.ls time, so soon after his in...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 1 February 1899

NEWS FROM RICHMOND AND OTHEi^P?RTS OF VIRGINIA. RICHMOND NEWS AND GOSSIP The Governor Will Appoint Health Officer this Week. FOR PORT OF NEWPORT NEWS Unge Tyler Jr.. Accepts a Position ? Tita Ntnto Donrd of Agriculture Will Meet To.Uny-A llncket Shop Suspend* ? Virginia Furnished 0300 Wen?A Wann log ton Ball Work of Vnccliiatlon. (Special to Vlrglnian-rilot.) Richmond, Va., Jan. 31.?Governor Tyler said to-day that he would pro? bably make the appointment of. a health olllcer for the port of Newport News at the end of this week, possibly early next week. He is anxious that all the papers en? dorsing various candidates be gotten in at once, as he wishes to make the ap? pointment and ston the contest. He already has a large number of docu? ments of this charaoter, but he under? stands there are many more to come. A delegation of Newport News peo? ple was with the Governor sometime to-day, ndvocating the claims of Dr. A. C. Jones to rcappointmcnt to the posi? tion of quarantine olllcer....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 1 February 1899

THE NEWS FROM VIRGINTA^QNTINUED^?TvTp?r.F SEVER THE OLD DOMINION Erief Items of Interest Picked Up Here and There. Parties from Bedford City report that Prof. A. M. Ilughlett, who mysterious? ly disappeared from that place nearly a year ago, has been located In CaU> fornia. It Is said that a traveling man found him running a drug store In a town In that Slate, but the professor, when addressed, said he was another man and disappeared through an open door. A summer normal school will be held ot William and Mary College May 9? June 3. The Exchange Hotel at Boydton was btiiiied two weeks ago, but tire Is still smoldering in the basement, notwith? standing rains and snow. Col. "Lige" White and his son, Mr. E. E. White, ot Leesburg-, are in Cuba, prospecting. A new telephone line from Leesburg to Aldie has been opened. Dogs are said to be playing havoc with sheep In Loudoun county. A telephone line is to be constructed from Frederlcksburg to Spottsylvanla Courthouse, a distanc...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 1 February 1899

the; news from the old north state and its capital NORTH CAROLINA NEWS LETTER The Legislature Repeals All Election Laws. A FORTHCOMING NEW LAW. A Well Drawn Blll?llntti or Election C'linnareU? The Peulfciillnry Ntlll an Object of Absorbing Interest? two JIurtlerera ? Opposition to Propose*! t'orporallou Tax?From ?Uli. l I'arH of (lie Ntiile. (Special to Vlrginlan-Pilot.) Raleigh, N. C, Jan. 31.?The Legisla? ture has repealed all election laws. Thursday night the Democratic caucus ?will take up the new law, prepared with great care 'by Senator Glenn and Representatives Stubbs and Winston, nnd Democratic State Chairman Sim? mens. To-day each committeeman was given a draft of the new law. It Is very different from any former laws. As expected, It restores the old date of elections the first Thursday In August. This Is done to prevent Federal inter? ference at elections by disassociating the latter from tho Congressional elec? tions. It also names August 11100 as the date for the first ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 1 February 1899

PORTSMOUTH LOCAL NEWS ANn An\/FPTiQFMFfxirg PORTSMOUTH AMD NORFOLK COUNTY What Virginian-Pilot Rep? resentatives Hear Daily. BRIEF ITEMS OF INTEREST llio .MoyciiiciiIi ?>f 1'eoplo lu Whom Ihn Anmca Header li Imer vaittti? Happening? lieaal?Una" mos?, Rollgeous ?"?' Xoclnl ?'lr clea A Forecns? of 1'niurc ' Events? , Mr. n. G. Jones, \\\\o has been con fined i" bis home at No. 802 Middle street for .several weeks with a severe spell of sickness, is in a critical con? dition. Mud. snow and slush is the order of the day with reference to several streets in the city. I. X. L?. says III this issue that he de? sires to seli a milk dairy, which is doing a prosperous business. Bee the advertisement' The condition of Oflicer Ilartt Is not such as to encourage his family and friends generally. Constable John K. Hutcheson housed a vagabond in the county jail yester? day. He took compassion on him and sheltered him from the stormy weathnr. Dick Knight Monday shot at J. J. Danks. Justi...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 1 February 1899

PORTSMOUTH ADVERTISEMENTS. _Continued._ REDUCTION IN SILK CAPS, 50c. CAPS, 39c; 25c. CAPS, J9c Ladies' High Neck and Long Sleeve Ribbed Vest, 10c. 50c. Ribbed Vests reduced to 43c. 35c. All-Wool Sacque Flannels, 25c. Bobnet for Ladies' Ties, 32, 36 and 37 inch wide, 20c. to 50c. per yard. Cheapest line of Cambric Embroideries in the city. Sole agent for the celebrated Telegram Skirt Binding. BMMBTT DBAIVS, TERMS CASH._320 HIGH STREET._ ?NOTHING BUT? ^\fe> Drop Steel Forgings ?are used in the? BICYCLES we sell. IS99 models are now ready. We have adopted a new plan by which we HELP YOU PAY FOR YOUR BICYCLE. Come and see us for particulars. W. N. WHITE, 108 High St., Portsmouth. Va. WAX CANDLES ?FOR? CRN DLEM K S-DHYt Those wishing to buy Wax Candles for Candlemas Day can find them at JOSEPH A. PARKER'S, WHOLESALE GROCER,_Corner of Crawford and Columbia streets TO CLOSE OUT The Balance of Our Broken Lines of This Season's Best Sellers we will Sell This Week Only MEN'S WINTER...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 1 February 1899

REVIEW OF MARKETS FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL Stocks, Money, Exchange, Bonds, Grain, Cotton, Provisions, Etc. New York, Jan. 31.?The overage re? cession in stock values to-day was fractional. There was no pronounced pressure to sell, as was shown by the diminished volume of business. There were transactions in about three-quar? ters of a million shares, which former? ly would have been considered a large day'o business, but, which In the small? est amount traded in, In some time for a full day session. London continued a moderate seller on balance, and the market showed alternate spells of strength and weakness. There was considerable selling for Chicago ac? count. Tin traders were tree sellers at the opening, and juices ran oft frac? tionally except for de-dines of a point and over in Heidin? lii-st preferred; Now York Central and Tennessee Coal and Iron. Buying orders appeared in various directions, and there was a number of recoveries from one to two points, including Tennessee Coal...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 2 February 1899

llS Pages! j IN TWO PARTS. | VOL*. II?NO. 105. NORFOLK, VA., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY i WEATHER FORECAST FOR T0-D?Y .rUY f NORFOLK AND VICINITY"? z Fair mi continued cold; fresh north- ? I * cist winds: fresh on coast. 1S99?TV^JSLV E PAG ES: THREE CENTS PER COPY. ESTERHAZY FLEES FROM PARIS Profits by Warniug From Court of Cassation. DREYFUS IS NOW DOOMED Hl? .m<>,i Ardent Nupporlcra Admit 1 hin There is So Longer Hope '?!??( Justice will lie Douo-.ln On aiaiiKlit of Usipnrnllolod Violence on ilic Jens Predicted-Tbo Slat* Bean Dossier, (By Telegraph to Virginia-Pilot.) Paris. Feb. 1.?Major Count Bster hasy was officially informed yesterday that his testimony before the Court of Cassation being concluded the proceed? ings against him would be resumed in 21 hour.?. He, thereupon, left by the Northern railroad for an unknown des? tination. HOPE! FOR DREYFUS ABANDONED Paris, Feb. 1.?The most ardent sup? porters of Hie theory that Dreyfus was unjustly condemned, now admit ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 2 February 1899

_LOST. T* OST DOG ?IRISH BETTICIR, FE malt' reddish brown over body, white under mvk and breast. Answers nnmu Rrownie. Reward for return to 223 York street._fe--? t OST.? A FEMALE FOX TERRIER; XI bsdy entlr.lv white; yellow spots over each eye. Reward if left at 26$ Free mason street. _fc2-3t WANTED. IVr AKTIE?. ? BRIGHT lady, WHO VV lies had ? me experience- In cut? ting and lilting lade s' clothing, In one of our doparlnu nts. Room too Columbia Building._ tit ANTED BXPEIRIEfNCBD DRV VV goods and notion saleslady. Apply with reference "H. X.," care Vlrglnfun llLt, _fel-3t WANT KD. ? ?URLS T() MAKE baskets; steady work: good wages. Apply to EAST HASK'ET FACTORY, corner Chapel and Calvcrt streets, Nor? folk. V.l. fel-lut (Portsmouth Star copy.) WAN T E D. - SHVKItAL TRJUST worlhy persons 10 manage our busimss in llieir own and muri.y e un? ties. Mainly ofike work conducted at lioine Salary straight $000 a year and expenses?definite, bona Ilde salary; no more, no less salary. Referenc...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 2 February 1899

WEATHER REPORT. "Washington, Feb. 1.?Forecast for Thursday; Virginia ? Increasing cloudiness; ?lowly rising temperature; light to fresh easterly winds. North Carolina?Increasing cloudi? ness; probably rain in southwest por tiou; rising temperature; light to fresh northeasterly winds. METEOROLOGY "AL DATA. Maximum temperature . 24 Minimum temperature . 18 Normal temperature . 41 Departure from normal .. ..minus "JO Departure from normal since .Janu? ary 1st.plus 12 Rainfall in past L'4 hours.OK Rainfall since llrst of month.os Mean humidity . ?. 70 WEATHER. Fair and continued Cold; fresh north cast winds; fresh <>u coast. CALENDAR. Sun rises at 7:06 a. m. and sets at 6:32 p. in. TIDES. Norfolk?High water at 1:12 a. m. and 1:10 p. m.; low water at 7:2S a. m. and 7:40 p. m. Old Point?High water at 12:51 a. m. and 12:85 p. in.; low water at 7:07 a. m. and at 7:17 p. m. in i; n. BATTLE IT.?At 111 s residence. 101 M arl ner strep-t. February 1st, JOSEPH F. BATTtLEV, ...

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

YIRGINI?N-PILOT. ?BT THE? iVIRGINIAN AND IM LOXTUBLISIIING COMPANY. ?ORFOLK VIRGINIAN AND DAILY PILOT. (Consolidated March. 1S38.) Entered at the Postofflco at Norfolk, ,Va., as second-class matter. OFFICE: PILOT BUILDING, CITY HAU. AVENUE, _ NORFOLK. VA._ OFFICF.KS: A. H. GRANDT, President: 1U. GLENNAN, Vlce-Presld-nt: W. s. WILKINSON, Treasurer; JAMF.S E. A I . LFN. P.-cretary. HOARD OF DIRFCTORS: A. H. Grand}- M. Ulennan. L. D. Starke, Jr.. T. W. Shclton. K. W. Shultlce. James K. Allen. D. F. Donovan. Til KEK VESTS I'BR <OI?T. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: The VIRGINIAN-PILOT Is delivered to subscribers by carriers in Norfolk and v.'cinily. Portsmouth, Berkley. SuITolk. West Norfolk. Newport News, for 10 cents per week, payable to the carrier. By mall, to any place in the United States, postage free: DAILY, one year ? - ?vno ?? ?Ix month* - - - 3.0 llirce month* - - J..TO M ntio month ? ? a .OO ADVF.RTIS1NC. ItATF.S: Advertise? ments Inserted nt the rate of 75 cents a Square, fi...

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

Absolutely 'Pure baking Powder Makes the food more delicious and wholesome ROV?l OAKINO PO*CEB CO.. NEW YORK. NEW MAGAZINES OF UNCLE SAM Splendid Grounds and Build? ings on Southern Branch. WAS A BARREN WILDERNESS i jii'inivp Improvement* ?tili <><>iuc Ou-Qrciit Quuiitliy nfAluiiimittlou Biored Awny -siipiu From iiic i>n Hiroycd Crrvcrn'? Fleet are I'nelio?! in dio Mouses?Gunner i.yucii in tliurifc of die Place.' The grounds or the Government mas azlnes, located at the point of land formed by the angle of the Southern Branch and St. Julian's creek, formerly known as Coxe'a Point, are not only an ornament to that section, but a credit to Uncle Sam and Gunner P. Lynch, who has command ot the place. Thirteen months ago yesterday, the magazines of tho Government were re? moved from Crancy Island to its pres? ent site, on the Southern Branch. At the time, Uncle Sam's property at that place was a barren wilderness of brown fiiiKC and ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 2 February 1899

THE CAPITAL , OF THE NATION A Day in the House and Senate THE RIVER AND HARBOR BILL The llOOSe Sin kr?, EC:i[>i?t Progress iwiii I< - members of Ihin Itoily t'nnuot Hold Army Commission*? 'fflic r\outi I*> Again II I'.ciissik 1\. pttuklon nitri I'nlnreol Ilia I'IHHp? pillCS- Xi ? Hani. I'm' !?nii j, (By Telegraph to Virglnlan-rilot.) Washington. D. C, Feb. 1. -Tin: House entered upon the consideration of the river and harbor biil to-day nnd niade rnpid progress. Fifty of the eighty-six pages of the bill had been completed when Ihe House adjourned The bill appropriates directly nbout $12,500,000 and authorises contracts to the extent of $18,000,000 additional. Th general debate was unusually brief. He feature was a speech in opposition to the bill by Mr. Hepburn, of Iowa, who has fought every river and har? bor bill for the last six years. He said he knew his opposition would avail nothing, as the votes for its passage had been arranged for by the app...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 2 February 1899

NEWS FROM RICHMOND AND OTHER PARTS OF VIRGINIA. RICHMOND NEWS KB GOSSIP I Meeting: of the State Board of Agriculture. THE TAX ON FERTILIZERS A Conference With tim Farmer Uov< criio *? Tr?ii?fcrre?l to Norfolk? Ncvcntb tn?y Atlventim Look Ins to Virginia For Asylum - I.iiikI Tux Cases? Feeding Hiu I'oor - Arrest? in January. (Special to Virginian-Pilot. Richmond. Va., Feb. 1.?The State Board of Agriculture met in called ses? sion to-day and transacted regular bus- j Jness. Besides considering several mat? ters of interest and importance to Vir? ginia agriculturalists. The hoard was organized by the election of Mr. Julian Bullln, of Hanover county, as presi? dent of board, to succeed Colonel A. S. Buford, whose term of office has Just expired, and who declined reappolnt ment. Bight members of the board were present: .Messrs. Julian Bullln, J. H. C. Beverley. A. H. Llndsey, J. M. Barker, J. B. Kemper. (>. 13. Hille, C. \V, Heater und John T. Cowan. The board appoi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 2 February 1899

THE NEWS FROM VIRGINIA CONTINUED FROM PAGE SEVER Tlili OLD DOMINION Brief Items of Interest Picked Up Here and There. A new bank will be opened at Floyd In the near future, with a capital of $_T>,000. Following- are the ollicers: Hon. P. Q. Lester, president; V. M. Sowder, vice-president; S. H. Brame, Cashier. The above named and W. H. Harman. S. P. Willis and W. L. How? ard were elected as directors. Nelson Harris, of Asldand, was kicked to death by a vicious mule a few days ago. Mr. Wesley Page, a well-known farmer of Hanover county, died Mon? day of consumption. Mr. William R. Faulkner, of Amelia county, died Monday, aged 76 years. Thomas F. Nelson was yesterday ap? pointed fourth-class postmaster at North. Wrn. B. Hlenton, a young man, aged 38 years, died at Raines Sunday morn? ing. Mr. William S. Peyton died at Rapt dan Station Monday night, nged 83 years. Deputy Sheriff H. W. Steele will re? move with bis family the 1st or March from Tazcwell to Washington county, n...

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