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

mi luimillllllil iiuinjimumiii 1 u iXiXW IN TWO PARTS. I T T TXT TTTTYTTTTTTTTTTTl 1 WEATHER FORECAST FOR TO-DAY f -4 _ t 3 NORFOLK AND VICINITY*? | 4 Threatening, probably rain In the t 3 ofternoon or night; stationary tempera 2 ture; light to fresh winds,fcecoming east jp oxi. n?no, 129, NOBFOLK, VA., THURSDAY, MARCH 2, 1899?TWELVE PAGrES. THREE CENTS PER COPY. AMIRS IN SAMOA UNSATISFACTORY Provisional Government In? terferes With Britishers. PARTIALITY IN TAXATION Dr. Itnfttncl, I'rrNlUcut or Hnutclpill Council nl A pin. Multen an A putn? ey -(Jermnu Consul Imiilurcs Ii lm ? ell', Fonrlnc Arrcat?l-'ecllne; In I m vor of BlflllCtOIl TltllllS GrOWlUg -Brillit* Annexation. (By Telegraph to Virginia-Pilot.) Sydney. n. s. w., March 1.?Advices received here from Apia, Samoa, under date of February 17th, say that af? fairs arc still unsatisfactory. The pro? visional government, it appears, Is In terferlng with native and British sub? jects und also with the servants of British subjects,...

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

_WANTED. WOUI.D MKjS TO INVEST AS partner In somo well established business Address "H.," carer Vlrglntan rilot ofllce. _mh2-3t? AI) I B S TO MAKE SAMPLE patches atlromc: JS to J10 ?weekly; no canvassing; reply envelope for sample nna particulars. foster MACHINE CO.. 52.1 West 29th'street, New York. It _ _BOARDERS'_ BOARDERS waktkd IN ghent, the most desirable part of the city, a couple or two young men. Address "LOCATION." W.rglnlan-Pllot ofllce. fegS-at*_ Y- OUNG MEN CAN SRCUHB MOST desirable rooms and lioard In picas not part of the city, at $1.50 per week. Address N. A., Caro Vlrginlan-Pllot. Rrf cri'iices required. fc28-lw? leasant Furnished room, with or without board at 241 Church street, opposite St. Paul's Church. felS-lm* , FOB R5IMT. FOR RENT. ? DWKLL1NO 157 COVE street, all modern .Improvements. Apply OS Fcnchurch street.' rah2-lw* Iii OR RENT. ?TiTe_TllREE^ST?JlY brick building, corner Water and Fayello streets, formerly occupied by C W Cirahdy & Sons Posses...

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

, WEATHER REPORT/ ?Washington, March 1.?Forecast for Thursday: Virginia?Hain; fresh easterly winds. North Carolina?Increasing cloudi? ness, probably rain; warmer; fresh to cast to south winds. Norfolk nnil Vicinity. WEATHER FORECAST FOR TO? DAY. ThreateninK', probably rain In after? noon or night; stationary temperature; light to fresh winds, becoming east. TEMPERATURE. RAINFALL AND HUMIDITY. Maximum temperature. 02 Minimum temperature. 41 Normal temperature. 44 arture from normal.plus S irjture from normal since Janu y 1st. minus 133 fall in past 114 hours. 0 '.til since llrst of month. 0 i humidity. 74 CALENDAR, .'a rises at 6:35 a. m. and sets at ." p, m. TIDES. S oi folk?High water at 0:00 n. m. and . 01 p. m.; low water at 6:10 a. in. mid I' iX p. m. i Id Point? High water at 11:30 a. m. 11:40 p. m.; low water at f>:40 a. m. and .'.:.".7 p. m. nie?. MANN'?At his residence, Hank street, Wednesday, March 1st, at 7:l"i a. in., A. .1. MANX In the Cist year of his age. Th...

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

VIRGINIAN - PILOT. ?BY THE? VIRGINIAN AND PILOT PUBLISHING COMPANY. LORFOLK VIRGINIAN AND DAILY PILOT. (Consolidated March. 1S9S.) Entered at tho Po.stofflco at Norfolk, Va.. a? sccond-clasa matter. OFFICE: PILOT BUILDING. CITY 11 ACL AVION UK. norfolk. va. OFFICERS: A. II. Git AN OY. President: M. GLKNNAN, Vice-Presldent: W. s. WILKINSON. Treasurer; JAMES F. AI lk.\ Secretary. HOAKD OF DIRECTORS: A. H. Gruildy M. Glennan, L. D. Starke, Jr.. I, \V. Sheiton. It. W. Shulilcc. James E. Allen, L>. je. Donovan. niiir.i: ckxi'.h Pisii <:<>?? v. subscription rates: The VIRGINIAN-PILOT Is delivered lo subscribers by carriers in , Norfolk and vicinity Portsmouth, Berkley. SufTolk. West Norfolk. N ewport News, for 10 cents per week payable to Hie carrier By mall, to any place In tho united Stales. postuge free: DAILY, otic ymr - $.->.on ?' nix months ... a.00 " Hi re- in on 1 II? . . 1*30 " one ?llontll ?> v a .AO ADVERTISING R...

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

^^^^ 4BS?JL?JTELY fesSE SP?Wi^E i? Makes the food more delicious and wholesome BRAMBLETOR WARD. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur J. Odell celcbra- ( tod the llrst anniversary or their mar? riage at their home, No. 200 South Res? ervoir avenue, yesterday. A prominent feature of. the most auspicious occasion was a sumptuous dinner. Among the many guests present to enjoy ihe Na? tive event was Rev. Daniel T. Merrill, pastor of Huhtersvllle M. 13. Church, who made a happy address. The host and hostess were the recipients of numerous congratulations. Mr. R. A. Hyslop. who has been con? fined for several days at his home on Windsor avenue from a revere throat trouble, was slightly better yesterday afternoon. The Inasmuch Circle of the King's Daughters will hold their regular week? ly meeting at the residence of Mrs. Howard Hudglns, att o'clock this af? ternoon. An Interesting program has been arranged and a large attendance Is desired. A great meeting is expected by the Christian Rellnnce, commencing ...

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

CLOSING HOURS OF CONGRESS Twenty Millions to Pay For the Philjopines. HE IS NOW ADMIRAL DEWEY The Price of Armor IMiWo It c ?tu rod Mini nullit i ii i; of n Plain Attllior Ir.eil ?IIoiiao I'ihsi^ Army Hrur It nil Iznl Ion Bill? Clovelnml'a Koine Jeered GoYOrnora IiiBoIIcIiiiIiiii'ii e?l tor Military Equipment. (Hy Telegraph to Vlrglnlan-Pllot.) Washington, Marcli l.?The Senate in rapidly clearing its decks for linal ad? journment. The naval appropriation bill, which ordinarily consumes the time of the Senate for several days, was passed this afternoon after less than live hours of debate. In Hint time, however, it was amended radi? cally in one respect. The price to be paid by the government for armor plate was fixed y,t the bill at SHOO a ton, a reducltlon of the amount fixed by the House of (145 a ton. In addition, the Secretary or the Navy was author? ised, in the event Of the refusal'of the armor plate companies lo supply armor at $000 a ton, to proceed to the con struction of a...

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

SPANISH MINISTRY RESIGN Sagasta Acquaints Queen Regent With the Collapse The Crisis Expected to Last Several Onyn-Keporl That Government Hm Received From United stuici Protest Against Gen. lllos* story. (By Telegraph to Vlrglanian-Pllot.) ^Iudrld, March 1.?Seiior Sagasta lias pded the resignation of the ministry ' the Queen Regent. .he Cabinet crisis is expected to last vseveral duys, as it will be necessary the Queen Regent to consult with presidents of the chambers and uter political leaders. In the incan hlle, the chambers will adjourn until a new ministry is formed. The Ministerialists hope the Queen Regent will support Sonor Sagasta. and dissolve the Chambers. The Reforma hears the Spanish gov? ernment has received' a dispatch from the United States protesting against the statements cabled from Manila by Gen? eral Rlos, who formerly commanded the Spanish troops In the Philippines, relative of affairs there. Tho Correspondence asserts that it has received such serious news from ...

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

RICHMOND NEWS AND GOSSIP Governor Tyler and Party Leave For Havana. THE LABOR COMMISSIONERS Commlialoncr of Aerlrnllnro K?lner Discusses Dos: I.nni nml Mir? p Ilnabau?ry ? Anxloni to Necure Normal Kc>>oola?Col. Eclier Ac cepta Hew Position??rilor For ?.<>?. comotlves?Baseball ? Suit, rt^ , J_ _ - (Special to Vlrclnlan-Pltot.) Richmond, Va., March 1.?Governor Tyler and party left at 9:05 o'clock this morning for Tampa and Havana, In the party besides the Governor, were Mrs. Tyler, Miss Tyler and Miss Sue Tyler, Col. W. O. Skclton, Col. Brighton Tennant and wife, and Mr. Wyndham It. Meredith. The Journey to Tampa ?will be made In the private car of Mr. John Skelton Williams, president of tho Seaboard Air Line, who suggested the trip. The party will return either Wednesday night, or the night of Sat? urday, the 11th Instant. There is not at present any pressing or Important business demanding Governor Tyler's presence In Rich? mond, and as he...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 2 March 1899

raleigh news budget Interest in the Election of Railway Commissioners. A PREPARED SLATE BROKEN Frlaonoi'H Iirouittit Ilrro For Hale Keeping?Ort?! Follows Lodge to He Orxmilzril ni Mn iiiy nnd .tlcAUcn*. vlllo?Tlio Slnto I'rliiUue- Montis to Pity l'cultentlnry Debts nud liny Purin? For Con viol Labor. : \ - (Special to Virginian-rilot.) Raleigh, N. C March 1.?More Inter? est is shown in the selection ot Hallway Commissioners than in that ot other officers. It was thought they would be chosen last night, but at the request of Senator Justice, the Democratic cau? cus did not name them, but deferred ac? tion until to-morrow night. There are a dozen or more aspirants. It was said last night that there was a "slate" for all three places, but that it had been broken. There arc certainly plenty of offlce-seekcra here. Ex-Congressman Kitchen was sure he would cot the place as Insurance Commissioner, Vilich Is given Mr. Dick Young, of Henderson, who is a well known Insur? ance man and who too...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 2 March 1899

SECOND DAY OF THE GRAND LODGE Its New Officers Elected and Duly Installed. A VERY PROFITABLE SESSION Tlio AI oh t important ftcsnlon In ilit< lllntory of (lie OrniKl l.oilsr, mid Mora Distinguished I'jrtUlnua l'reaOOl 'I'linn I'.vrr Holoro nt One Time?Tb? Wort* Exemplified by tin- Supreme Clin n cell or. Tlie second day of the Grand Lodge session In Portsmouth opened bcuutl fully yesterday morning, and bright and early Portsmouth Pythtans yveri stirring themselves to make things rcudy for the 'lay's pleasure. The hotel corridors were thronged; new arrivals were tjlven comfortable quarters, old friends met and new as? sociations und acquaintances were formed. Here and there little parties were made up, nnd In till directions they were seen wending their way on pleas? ure hent, nrlor to assembling of the Qrand Lodge at - o'clock, as per ad? journment Tuesday night. At 10 o'clock the general commltti e of arrangements, consisting of mem? bers from the three city lodges, char...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 2 March 1899

PORTSMOUTH ADVERTISEMENTS. [Continued.] BED JBXJOJS, AND HOW TO KILL. THEM! [By using Carr's Corrosive Sublimate "Knock-out Drops" you can kill bed bugs, destroy their eggs and germs. It Is a positive prevcntatlvc. Tut up In full pint botUes, with brush, 25c. JEROME R. CARR, ?WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRUG CIST. Corner Court and County and Green near Hart streets. ALL PATENT MEDICINES AT CUT RATES. Both 'phones. Goods delivered to all sections of city and suburbs. WEAK PURSES BECOME STRONG. They take on new life when they enter our store. There is not an article offered that is not worth the full amount asked for it, and in many cases more. What's the use of looking all over town for something you can't find?looking elsewhere for as good S7.45 Suits as those we are selling. Our Spring Special?Men's Spring Serg Suits in blue or black, single or double-breasted, $10, with or without silk facing. SHOE DEPARTMENT. Specialty Shoe for Ladles. This shoe represents Ideas of our own In the way Of...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 2 March 1899

REYIEW OF MARKETS FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL Stocks, Money, Exchange, Bonds, Grain, Cotton, Provisions, Etc. New York, March 1.?Stocks to-day Again opened up and then worked low? er with some rallies. Dealings were on rather a less extensive scale than Of late. The specialties displayed ex? treme irregularity and the Standard stocks showed weakness most of the day. The opening rise was associated with the more favorable aspect of the Philippine situation due to Germany s withdrawal of her cruiser, supposedly lessening the chance of complications. " The 128.000,000 in dividends and In? terest which was payable to-day had but little appreciable effect on the money market. Atchlson preferred tin01 Burlington had an early appearance of strength, but a large volume of sell? ing orders appeared, which, rightly or wrongly, was nttrlbuated to some of the leading bull Interests that had been conspicuous purchasers for two months. The same interests appeared to be sell? ers of the standard stoc...

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

Mi?uumiiiiiiniiiii iiiin.iiiiiniiiiiinni. \ IN TWO PARTS. I yimin umuuiuiuiiiiuniuuiuiuiiumtf \ WEATHER FORECAST FOR TO-DAY f 4 .? 1 NORFOLK AND VICINITY? | 2 Generally fair: stationary tempera- c 2 ture; fresh variable winds. P Jt.t.t rTTTTftTT*>r,TTTt,T,Pf?,f Htf TM,t,lf*,ett>w VOL. II?NO. 139. NORFOLK, VA., FRIDAY, MARCH 3, 1899?TWELVE PAGES. THREE CENTS PER COPY. CECIL RHODES ON AMERICA Outlines Future of the United States. COLONIZATION WILL GO' ON Wlinlii n Cculnry Wo Will Coutrol All of the Amorlomi llcinlspliorn Kxcopt Cniinrln?Duty of Civilized Nations? Cnuuot Withdraw from Ibo I^lilllppluna ? Our Ullluiale Work?America's Polloy In Uriel (Copyright, 1S99, by Associated Press.) Alexandria, Egypt, Feb. 11.?Cecil Rhodee, who. In the eyes of most Eng llshmcn, Is the Incarnation of the Im? perialistic policy, hrtlrlB views concern? ing the future of the United States oven more far reaching than most American Imperialists have broached. Mr. Uhodes In conversa...

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

WANTED. c5 a TT a ?V HO Wants three- | 0& VJ\J. young men keep stock in furnishing department. It___ iuf; WANTED. ? NICE- WHITE girl can securo ft homo in. Berkley. Apply stating ago to HOME, box 38 Berkley, Va._nih3 OULD LIKE TO INVEST AS partner In somo well established business. Address "R.," cato Vlrglnlan Pllot office. mh2-3t? B9AR.PEj?^_ WO YOUNO MEN CAN GET nicely furnished room, with board, (heat and gas Included: reasonable terms: private family, fit Bank street. City. nih3-lw*_ YOUNG MEN CAN SECURE MOST desirable rooms and board In pleas? ant part of the city, at $4.GO per week. Address N. A., cure Vlrglulan-I'llot. Ref? erences required. fe28-lw* LEAS ANT F?iTnTsHED ROOM, with or without board at Ml Church street, opposite St. Paul's Church. fe!5-1m*_ FOR RENT._ F' CoTiTeNT. ? DWELLING 157 COVE street, all modern improvements. Apply CS Fenchurcn street. mh2-lw* 1" 71 OR RENT. ?THE THREK-STORY ? brick building, corner Water and Fayolto streets, formerly occupie...

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

WEATHER REPORT. Washington, March 2.?Forecast for Friday: For Virginia: Generally fair; light to fresh variable winds, mostly east? erly. For North Carolina: Generally fair; fresh southerly winds. Norfolk rail vicinity. WEATHER FORECAST FOR TO? DAY Generally fair; stationary tempera? ture; fresh variable winds. TEMPERATURE. RAINFALL AND HUMIDITY. Maximum temperature . 72 Minimum temperature . 40 Normal temperature.plus 15 Departure since Jan. 1st.minus 113 Rainfall in pa6t 24 hours. T Rainfall since 1st of month. T Mean humidity . 82 CALENDAR. Sun rises 6:32 a. m.; sets C:02 p. m. TIDES. Norfolk: High water, 0:41 a. m., 12:51 p. m. Low water, 7:01 a. m., 7:10 P. in Old Point: High water. 0:20 a. m., 2:30 p. m. Low water, 6:43 a. m.. 6:49 p. m iiu.ii. PARKS.?At Frederick H'Jtel. Pinner's Point Thursday. March 2, lS'.'n. at 2:30 o'clock a. m.. Mrs. ALICE PARKS, ago 34 years. The funeral will take place at the grave In Kim wood remoter v, la Norfolk, at 3 o'clock Tins (Friday) afternoo...

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

?BY THE? VIRGINIAN AND PILOT PUBLISHING COMPANY. KORFOLK VIRGINIAN AND DAILY PILOT. (Consolidated March, 1S98.) Entered at the PostofOcu at Norfolk. Va., aa second-class matter. OFFICE: PILOT BUILDING, CITY HALL AVENUE. norfolk. va. OFFICERS: A. H. GRANDY. President; M. GLENNAN. Vlcc-PresIdent; W. S. WILKINSON. Treasurer; JAMES E. AL? LEN. Secretary. BOA BD OK DIBECTOIU5: A. 11. Grandy, M. Ulennan, L. D. Starke, Jr.. T. W. Shelton. B. W. Shultlce, James K. Allen, D. p. Donovan. TIlltt:t: GEMTM PER COPT. subscription rates: The VIRGINIAN-PTLOT la delivered to subscribers by carriers In Norfolk and Vicinity, Portsmouth, Berkley. Sortolk. West Norfolk, Newport News, for 10 cents per week payable to the carrier By mail, to any place In the United 6tatcs, postage free: DAILY, one year - ?a.oo ?* ?ix niouttta - a.on ?? Ihre? months - - ?? one lliuittll ? ? ? ADVERTISING RATES: AdverttlC rncnls lnsertca at the rate of 75 cents a Square, first Insertion: each subsequent Insertion 40 cents, ...

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

Absouteew "Pure Baking Powder Makes the food more delicious and wholesome gOVM ?miwo ggwcgg cp., mw von*. BRIEF ITEMS OF INTEREST, Mr. W. W. Early, of Anlandor, N. C, ?was a visitor to our city yesterday. Mr. E. A. Alston, of Raleigh, was on our streets yesterday, exchanging greetings with friends. Mr. Francis 1). Magee, of Cambridge, Mass, was the guest of the Atlantic yesterday. Mr. V. P. Holt, of Hamilton, return? ed home yesterday from a visit to our Messrs. A. F. Durch and J. S. wray. ?f Newport News, returned home yes? terday afternoon from a business trip to Norfolk. The almshousc committee met yester? day evening at G o'clock to approve hills and settlo up accounts for the past month. Only routine business was transacted. A number of farmers are preparing for the strawberry trade by purchasing their crates and baskets. Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Darnell, of Ronn oko. are the guests of Mrs. J. B. Earn? est. No. 25 Hamilton avenue, Ghent ?Tlio former is here attending the Grund Lodge ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 3 March 1899

NAYAL PERSONNEL BILL A LAW Senate Agrees tc the Confer? ence Report. THE ARMOR PLATE QUESTION A llonvy Army a ?I .\o Proper IS'nvy to Go Willi Ii - itnis Kaaboil TUtouicli?House it.inscs to Cou> nKlcr Itepnrt on General VI heeler'* t i iii mi to Sent?Oue Million Toted to Expositions. (By Telegraph to Virginian-Pilot.) Washington, March 2.?Tho chaplain oC tho Senate in his Invocation at the opening or to-day's session, paid a tri? bute to Lord Fairer Hcrschcll, of the High Joint Commission, who died in Washington yesterday. The prayer was ordered to be printed in the Record. The conference report (in the bill au? thorizing Governors of States to be re? imbursed for expenses incurred in rais? ing and equipping the volunteer army was agreed to. NAVAL PERSONNEL. HILL PASSE I > 1\lr. Hale, Maine, presented tile con? ference report on the naval personnel bill and it was agreed to. Mr. Faulkner (West Virginia) pre? sented the protest of 'in out or 07 mem? bers of the-...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 3 March 1899

NORFOLK LOCAL NEWS. (Contlued from Sixth Page.) HnntUt MI?alonnrr Rally* Rev. Dr. W. R. L. Smith, of Rich-' mond, delivered an eloquent address at the First Baptist Church last nlgnt on "Home Missions." He Is a very attrac? tive speaker, and held the closest at? tention of the audience. Dr. "Wharton presided. Rev. J. W. Mitchell made a brief but effective address, and Mr. II. J. Williamson offered prayer. The subject to-night will be the "Ed? ucation Board," and the speakers will be the Hon. J. Taylor Ellyson and Rev. F. W. Boatwright, of Richmond Col-, lege. Rev. Dr. A. H. Dunaway will pre? side, Itev. Vcrnon I'Anson will Intro? duce the speakers, und Itev. L. R. Christie will offer prayer. These meet? ings are awakening much Interest. Hilf? New IMrrcloi T The J. L. Hill Printing Company's new directory of Norfolk, Portsmouth nnd Berkley, for 1S0O. Is now being de? livered to patrons. The book contulns neurly one thousand pages, and is in many respects the most complete of Its kind...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 3 March 1899

RICHMOND NEWS AND GOSSIP Flag at Half Mast Over Cap? ital Building. IN RESPECT OF M'KINNEY J ho Ex?OOTOruor'n Dentil Canto Deepest Itcgrct ? Xloge Tyler, Tbrousli I*rlrnto Necrctnry Owen Ncml* Condolences ta Ilercnvril Family? Clinrcli Divided Ajcnlnnc Itself-Slrnngo Will of Dr. Tliomni (Special to Virginian-Pilot.) Richmond, Va., March 2.?The nag or Virginia floated at halt-mast on the Capitol to-day, and ofllclals and at? taches about the State olllccs expressed deepest regret at the death of ex Gbvernor McKinney at his home In Farmville "Wednesday night. Several of theso will attend the funeral at Farmville to-morrow afternoon. Many of the officials and clerks were at the Capitol during Gov. McKlnncy's ad? ministration, and none of these ever speak his name save in accents almost of affection. Wherever ono went about tho Capitol and Stale Library building to-day one heard stories illustrative of tho simplicity nnd goodness of the dead and gone Governor. Mr. Ben. P. Owen, Governor...

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