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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 9 June 1899

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES TWO. THRRR AND FIVE WEATHER REPORT. .Washington, June 8th, 1S99. Virginia?Thunder storms Friday night and probably Saturday; not so ?warm Friday and Saturday; variable ?winds. North -Carolina?Fair with thunder showers in western portions Friday night; thunder storms Saturday; con? tinued high temperature Friday and cooler at night; variable winds. Norfolk noil Vlrlulfr. WEATHER FORECAST FOR TO? DAY. Fair, with high temperature; light variable winds. TEMPERATURE. RAINFALL. AND HUMIDITY. June Sth, 1599. Maximum temperature . 09 Minimum temperature. 76 Normal temperature . 72 Departure from normal.plus 16 Departure from normal since Janu? ary 1st.minus 2C Rainfall in past 24 hours. 0 Rainfall since first of month.2.21 Mean humidity . 06 CALENDAR. Sun rises at 4:44 a. m. and sets at 7:21 p. m. TIDES. Norfolk-High water at 10:02 a. m. and 10:15 p. m.j low water at 3:36 a. m. and 3:51 p. m. Old Point- High water at 9:42 a. m. and 9:54 p. m.; low water at 3:35 ...

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

VIRGINIAN - PILOT. ?BT THE? (VIRGINIAN AND IM LOT PUBLISHING COUP ANY. NORFOLK VIRGINIAN AND DAILY PILOT. (Consolidated March, lws.) Entered at the Fostofnca at Norfolk, ,Va., ?jt second-class nutter. OFFICE: PILOT BUILDING, C1TX HALL AVEKUB, norfolk. va. OFFICERS: A. H. Grandy. President; W. 8. Wilk? inson, Treasurer; James 13. Allen, Sec? retary. BOARD OF DIRECTORS: A. H. Grandy, I* D. Starke, Jr.. T. W. Shelton, R. W. Shultlcc. W. S. Wilkinson, James E. Allen. D. F, Donovan. Til HKK ?EST.1 PICK COI'T. subscription rates: The VJRGINIAN-PILOT Is delivered to subscribers by carriers in Norfolk and vicinity Portsmouth, Berkley. ? bufTo.u. Wot Norfolk. Newport News, for 1U cents per week payable to tho carrier. P-y mall, to any place la the United States, postage free; DAHT.on? jmr - f.l.oo ?* ?I * IllonUls ... 3.00 M Ibrcet moutliB - - ' J..10 " ouii uiontli - ? ? ??'JO ADVERTISING HATES: Advertise? ments lnsenea at the rate of 7? cents a b'quaro, ihsl Insertion; each oubiu-iiueni In...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 9 June 1899

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES TWO, THREE. AND HVR ?BSQLVTHtX jP?RE Makes the food more delicious and wholesome pov? v ttwiNi Powwi rr>., now vp?. COURT DECISIONS. Kotes of Cases Recently Decided, Which are of Interest to Our People. DIGESTED BY W. B. MARTIN. (Exclusively for Vlrginlan-Pllot.) STRAUfJIIAN V. TYSOR, Supreme Court of North Carolina, March 21, ISM. ON THE PRINCIPLE THAT POSSES? SION IS IMPLIED FROM TITLE, IN THE ABSENCE OF ANY AD VERSE CLAIM ONE IN POSSES? SION OF LAND UNDER COLOR OF TITLE IS SEIZED AND POSSESS? ED THEREOF. Tile nets appear from the opinion of the court. The court says: This is a petition iileU before the clerk by plaintiffs, as administrators d. b. n. of Josiali Tysor, against the defend? ants, the widow and brother and sis? ters of said Josiali, for the purpose of soiling land for assets. The plaintiffs allege that their intestate died In 1896, seised and possessed of the land de? scribed in the petition. The defendants, except the widow, an...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 9 June 1899

LATEST. TELEGRAPH NEWS, CONTINUED FROM FIRST PAGE. THE SOUTH'S IRON INTERESTS The Outlook Bright All Along the Line. VIEWS OF BUSINESS MEN ritoy Itcllcve Wr, Have Entered 1'pon a l'crlo?! of Incicn.?e<l C?<tn?imi|>? ?ton or Iron mill Med (luit WIM I. iki Several Ycnri ? l>oveiopnu-nI of Foreign Trndo WIM I'revetit ltciliiclion In 1'rtccs. (Special to Virginian-Pilot.) Baltimore. June S.?In view o? the great Interest throughout the business world in the remarkable activity and prosperity of the iron and steel inter? ests, the Manufacturers' Record, under date of Ma> 80th, asked a number of leading producers and consumers of iron and steel for their opinions on the following questions: (1.) Have we, in your opinion, enter? ed upon a period of such Increased conJ sumption of iron and steel as to Indi? cate the probability of a continuance of several years of the present world? wide activity in this country? (2.) Will the developmen...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 9 June 1899

:WTHE NEWS FROM THE OL,D NORTH STATE AND ITS CAPTTAK OUR RALEIGH NEWSLETTER Dr. Holladay Still President of the . A. and M. College, THE DEADLOCK UNBROkEN i irriidii or;iiu Mircmnor Postponed to July 6 ? Trinity College Ornit> uiitrn ? Commencement Kxorclneia or ' l>avid?on College?St. Joun'a Ony nt .lie Oxford Orphnnngc?TUo I'eiiKvnlInry l'hyslclau Unrred. P.nlelgh, N. C, Juno 8.?Col. A. Q. Holladay is still president of the A. and M. College, and will remain so for another month. Tho trustees have been unable to elect his success and ho will hold over until they do elect. Two ballots were taken for rresldent yeitorday, and as they showed that the deadlock was still unbroken the board adjourned till July 5th, hoping to have I etUr luck then. The motion to adjourn was made by a Winston man end seconded by a Primrose supporter aal carried almost unanimously. The next most important thing clone hj the board 'was to separata the chcirs of agriculture and horticult...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 9 June 1899

NEWS FROM RICHMOND AND OTHER PARTS OF VIRGINI?T RICHMOND NEWS AM_GOSSIP Virginia to Be Represented at Paris Expositor UNCLE SAM WILL ASSIST C'ommlaaioncr or Agricnitnro r?n> rinding Hin ollic? on Ecuiioihlcnl DuitH? Board of Public Wnrlis < <iii flUcr* Aa?c?*nicnl or lSullwnj I'roprrlles-Tlie Union Pnakenger lirpnt iticiimoiid _<> I as* Worka. (Special to VIrglnlan-PlIot.) Richmond, Va., June 8.?Virginia Is to "be as fully represented at tho Paris Exposition as is possible without an appropriation, such as many of her sis? ter States have for this purpose. For some time Commissioner Keiner has fceen Interesting himself in this mat? ter, which he thinks is a most import? ant one to Virginia, and as a result of his efforts in this direction, he has re? ceived'a request to furnish the United Slates Department of Agriculture with a list of all persons who own valuable mineral lands in this State. The mean? ing of this request Is tha...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 9 June 1899

THE NEWS FROM VIRGINIA CONTINUED FROM PAGE EIGHT EPISCOPAL COUNCIL Woman's Auxiliary of Southern Virginia Diocese^ Huuy Delegaten In tue City and a I.nrgo Alleuttnnoe Aaatirctl ? Sllaa l,. I.. Taylor, of Surfoiu, rresl*\ca Bnine f amily itenulou. Danville, Va., June 8.?Many dele? gates the seventh annual Council ot the Protestant Episcopal Diocese of Southern Virginia, reached the city by the morning trains and nearly all of tho balance came In by the afternoon trains. Bishop A. M. Randolph, who is to preside, 'reached here from Norfolk to-night and Is the guest of Colonel James M. Neal. About forty members of the "Woman's Auxiliary to the Foreign Missions Board reached here last night, and this morning and their annual meeting was held to-day. "A QUIET HOUR." A preUminary service'was held lost night. The service was "a quiet hour of worship" conducted by Rev. Robert Jett, of Staunt?n. It was largely at? tended by the people of Danville and the visitors who are interested In the sub...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 9 June 1899

PORTSMOUTiTLOCAL NEWS AND AnVFPTIc;FMPNTQ OF MORE THAN * PASSING NOTE A Compilation of Miscellaneous News Matter in Condensed Form. FRESH CLEAN AND BRIGHT A Dully nireelnry of the Hi\|i]irnInK? <?f n May IlKclly T??!d, 'Ibongti Km ill .\otio Ilm t.esH Inl>rct)llu|| nml Iiii|torliitil -tiil'oruiiilinu I'm 'loos,- Wuo Srch i <? Ii iinw iiu?l i n <i ?>?'?? a ml Wbat I? G?ltig on Ainu us Hip People. The ladles of Purl Norfolk will, on the Li in Instant, give a "lawn social" fur the benefit <?!" the new Masonic Lodge nt th! t place. Miss Millie Dosier, of Calvert coun? ty, Maryland, who has been visiting the Mistes lirown', in this city, returned home yeito.day. Itev. 1 r. Itny, foriner pastor of Cen? tral GUurt-h, but now of Danville, is in the i :ty. He visited ;i number ot his old r,ci.uaintnnccs yesterday, and was wiirnily Welcomed. He paid the Vlr ghiV.n-I'.lot ofilce a visit. He will re? turn to Danville to-day. The ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 9 June 1899

PORTSMOUTH ADVERTISEMENTS CONTINUED?TELEGRAPH CONTINUED FROM SIXTH PAGE. Go-Carts, Stoves, Desks, Couches, Tables, ? The ladies who have seen out superb line of Furniture, Desks, Couches, Parlor Suits, Golden Oak Bed Room Suits, Lace Curtains and Carpets, all come to one conclusion. S "THIS IS THE ONLY PLACE" m i m m # f To buy such articles at economical prices. This same opinion holds good in relation to our tine line of REFRIGERftTORS AND BftBY CARRIAGES. We have the best assortment in town and are proud 10 show them. ITS HIGH TIME To put in Screens and get your new Bicycle. You can buy both here to good advantage. m 1 CONSIDERABLE MONEY lias been made at Pinner's Point within the laM three years, and now that MONEY PANICS and WARS are ended these prolits will be more than doubled within the next two years. II you have money to invest PINNER'S POINT is the place to put it, cither from a speculative view or interest bearing basis. We began when Pinner's Point began, and can conseq...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 9 June 1899

Review oe the Markets; Shipping News; and Real Estate Business. FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL StocKs, Hooey, Exchange, Bonds, Grain, Cotton, Provisions, Etc. New York, June 8.?The mnrket took Strength which arc associated with a bull market at one period during the day, but the inevitable professional re? alizing seemed to take the snap out of the market, and when the bears per? ceived thut the buying was not renewed with any eagerness, even after the re? alizing offerings had ''eased, they at? tacked the market in the last half hour and worked some very material re? cessions in prices. Sugar, Metropoli? tan and Brooklyn Transit closed more ?than two points below the high level, though retaining still good net advances in price, a number of the specialties and prominent railroads also had n point nr over taken from top prices. A long list of Import ant stocks open? ed nt unchanged prices, and no Stock In the list showed a change of as much as a point In the early transactions. It ?was ev...

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

LATEST NEWS OF THE WORLD BY TELEGRAPH AND CABLE{cP?"oT, - Jeffries Knocks Him Out in the Eleventh Round. THE BATTLE DESCRIBED Tlio Clinmptoii Mcela With More tlmu III? Match lu it?o ?nllfornlnii-* l'liicliy Flghl, but Yontti ami Su? perior Weight Wrest tlio CliniU? plouslilp I rom Coi bctt'? tonqn^r er~irir?t Illooil Hud FlrsU Kuock Down Vor Joirriov. (By Telegraph to Virginian-Pilot.) New York, June P.?James J. Jef? fries, another sturdy young giant, has come out of the West to whip cham? pion pugilists. At the arena of the Coney Island Athletic Club to-night he defeated Robert Fitzslminons, world's ichampinn in two classes?middle weight and heavy weight?In eleven rounds of whirlwind Jbjhtlng. lie came to the . ring a rank outsMcr and left it the acknowledged master of the man he de? feated, lie was never at any time in serious danger and after the size-up in the earlier rounds of the contest took tin- lead. Mi? had the Australian whip? ped from the ninth round. It was ac knowlcdgc...

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

THE; NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES TWO, THREE, AND FIVE. WANTED. WANTED. ? A MAN WITH SMALL capital to Invest In. fi pood bus ness; will licar Investigation; husiiuMs estab? lished seven years. Address B. D. C, c?ro Virginian-Pilot._Jel0-3t? AN^ED"nYTAN"l5xPEn.IENCBD younc lady a position u? stenog? rapher, bookkeeper or cashier. Moderate ?alarv. Address CASHIER, this ofllco JelOVtt*_ ANTED.?TO BUY A BARGE 100 TO 125 feet long. 24 to 30 feet beam and iouble drum hoJst.ng engine, second band. Apply to D. W. RAl'Elt & CO., Edenton, N. C._JfO-r.t? ANTED, AT ONCE. ? A LADY TO teach small children English and music In private family: stale ?alary, Ad? dress SEASIDE, care Virginian-Pilot. roySO-eod-St* T IGHTERS WANTED. - WE CAN JLj use several lighters at once, so If you have any to leas* or sell send your ad dress with location of I'jrhtcrs to NORTH? ERN-SOUTHERN KINDLING WOOD CO.. 15? Main street, Norfolk. jel-lw* ANTED, BIDS. ? WE WANT 100 trucks that will bold a half cord of ?...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 10 June 1899

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES TWO, THREE, AND FIVE WEATHER REPORT. Washington. June 9.?Weather fore? cast for Saturday: Virginia?OccasionM showers Satur? day, followed by fair, t'alr Sunday; va? riable winds. North Carolina?Showers and cooler Saturday afternoon or night; variable ?winds; probably fair Sunday, preceded by showers in southwest.portions. Norf Iii nil : Vlrlnllr. "WEATHER FORECAST FOR TO? DAY. Showers to-night and Sunday; nearly stationary temperature; freeh cast winds. TEMPERATURE. RAINFALL AND HUMIDITY. June 9. ISO?. Maximum temperature . 94 Minimum temperature . "0 Normal temperature . 73 Departure from normal .plus 9 Departure since Jan. 1st.minus 17 Rainfall In past 24 hours.24 Rainfall since 1st of month.2.46 Mean humidity . 74 CALENDAR. Sun rises, 4:44 a. m.; sets, 7:25 p. m. TIDES. Norfolk?High water. 10:46 a. m. and 10:53 p. m.; low water, 4:36 a. m. and 4:35 p. m. Old Point?High water, 10:25 a. m. and 10:32 p. m.; low water, 4:15 a. m. and 4:14 p. m._ Monuments...

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

VIRGINIAN - PILOT. -BT THE:? (VIRGINIAN AND PILOT PUBLISHING COMPANY. i.0rt0lk mmm m daily pilot. (Consolidated March, isos.) Enteitd at the PoaiuMca at Norfolk. \a., aa second-dais matter. OFFICE: PILOT BUU.PINO. CITY HAUL AVKXI IS. norfolk. va. CPFICER3: A. H. Grand), President: W, S Wiik tison. Treasurer; Jj?hs 13. All?. Sec ??i*r>. BOARD OF DIRECTORS: A. 11 Grantly. 1. !>. Stark* Jr. T W Bhelton. It W. ShuUlee W. S. Wilkinson, James 13. Allen, U F. Donovan. 113 i:cr.? :;th a >* l?H? < orr. subscription rates: The VIRGIN IAN-PI LOT t? OV-Wwred i<> subscribers by carrier* in So/iolK ami v.cir.itv Portsmouth: Herkloy. Hurt?ih. West Norfolk. N'.wport News, tor 'u c'*:us per wcri. pay ?bte to tb) carrier. By mall. >o any oIucb lu t?? Lmu?u km tee. psstagr (reo': DAILY, one yenr - SB.OO ?? ?ix monlU? m m m ?. 00 lUrcc iiiouilts - - l?A0 ?? mir um .nil ? ? ? ?'>*, ADVERTISING BATES: AavertUe menm In...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 10 June 1899

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES TWO, THREE, AND FIVET Makes the food more tfaOdoa? end ?tcfesorua HCMtJ l!)Y G11CL (Continued from Fourth Page.) end It Is probable that no Instance I could be found of this certainty havlngl ever betrayed him or proved deceptive.] Few are the signs even of changed In? tention In the work of this or the next ensuing period, and this finishing of a part while the whole white sheet around it remains with only the pencil outline was probably Intended as a scheme for a finished drawing?ideas for finished drawings which were clear in his mind at the moment and which must not be allowed to escnpc there? from. Turner must have felt sure of his ability to pick up that thread of thought at any future time and to finish in 1S03 or 1R04 that color design | which he hud begun in IS02. Note? th's paper will be concluded Saturday, June 17. EXAMINATION AND CERTIF! C. "ES. At the end ot t term o' seventer i weeks, a series c quest ions on each course, prepared 1 Profess...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 10 June 1899

LATEST TELEGRAPH NEWS, CONTINUED FROM FIRST PAGE (Continued from First Tage.) eturdv voting hercules. who awaited Itim. It was as courageous and gritty as a dash up to the ruing line in bat? tle, but it was hope'.ee*. They were to? gether. It was n . plendid moment and full of all that dramatic intensity that characterizes a tragedy. Jeffries was. as fresh as at the start. There was a moment of sparring, and the giant arms of the Californian shot through the air, It was left and riuht and over. Fitz Blmmons, limp and unconscious, drop red to the door. Jeffries stepped back for he knew the force that he had put behind his terrible blows. COUNTED OUT. The timers called off the seconds that courted out an old ring hero and heralded another, but nobody heard them. The crowd was on its feet howl? ing. There was arush for the ring, but scores of biuecoabs barred the way. Ten seconds are short, and when the tenth had come there was a new roar of excitement to welcome the victor. Julian. Hl...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 10 June 1899

THE NEWS FROM THE, OLD NORTH STATE AND ITS CAPITAL. OUR RALEIGH NEWS LETTER Well to Do Farmer on Bogue Sound Murdered, ? ? - HTf'l WAS CHOKED TO DEATH Exumlniilloii I'nporn For Tencbers Desiring Life Cei'dilcnlPn Sent Out Truck Crop Around Now Ucru Ilc|>orte?l Sliort?Unvldton College Confers Honornry Degrees *nd Nnmcroui Diplomnii P.alelgh. N. C, Juno 9.?Mr. TS. 13. Wce'.s, a well-tt-do merchant, who lives on Brgu? Sound, about twenty five miles from Beaufort, was murdered last night In his store on Bogue Sound rieir the pest-ofTlcc ltnown no Bogue. The parties -who committed the deed ore so far not known, though strong suspicion rclnts to men In the neigh? borhood. One c! Iherr. is a negro. Mr. Weeks has been sleeping in his store, and for the last few days had been feeble. The people at the placo where he took his mcals*Wondered -why ho -was so late coming to breakfast. When some of the family went out to the store, they found there that tho window shutters had been bro...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 10 June 1899

NEWS FROM RICHMOND AND OTHER PARTS OF VIRGINIA RICHMOND NEWS AND GOSSIP The Remains of Colonel Bigger Laid to Rest. AN ICE FAMINE FEARED neanlts of tha Intense Hoot?Tbo P?> ?or?5>nrC-Miiiii'Ii.n?<>r l.luc-Elr. .!, It, IIi?w?Iiorno Arrive* -The I.rtw und Kqnlty ?onrt Yeaierrtny Ilonth of Sirs. Jnmei II. Har? rison. (Special to Vlrglnlan-Pllot.) Richmond, Va., June 9.?The funeral of Colonel John Bell Bigger took place from Monumental Church at 5 o'clock this afternoon. The remains were In? terred In Shockoe Cemetery. The body of Colonel Bigger was taken from the residence, at No. 703 Kast Leigh street, to the Capitol this morn? ing at 10 o'clock and there it laid in state until shortly before 5 o'clock this afternoon, when it was removed to the church. The body was escorted from the residence by a detail of four men from each of the two Blues' companies, and this detail acted as a guard of honor while the remains laid in state in the rotunda...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 10 June 1899

THE NEWS FROM VIRGINIA CONTINUED FROM PAGE EIGHT THE EPISCOPALIANS Council of the South Uioceso of Virginia. UUiiop R?ii(lol|ih Holds CoiiUriii't? Hon Nrrvicc-Opening Ncrinon by Ztov. W. Q. Iluliilieii, ?r Miiuutou couiiulllee Appointed. Danville, Va., June 8.?The seventh annual Council of the Protestant Epis? copal Church in the diocese of South? ern Virginia, found a sweltering day for its opening session. At 10 o'clock, the hour for the opening service, at the Church of the Epiphany, the mer? cury In the thermometer was playing around in tho nineties, and as the min? isters and laymen gathered in the ves? tibule of the church and about the front door, fans, to create a breeze, and 'kerchiefs, to mop the perspiration from perspiring brows and leaking bald-heads, were mueh In evidence. MANY DELEGATES. However, the one hundred and forty odd delegates were promptly on hand, and they came with a business ait hanging about them, and evidently de? termined to make the seventh annual cou...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 10 June 1899

PORTSMOUTH LOCAL NEWS AND ADVERTISEMENTS OF MORE THAN PASSING NOTE A Compilation of Miscellaneous News Matter in Condensed Form. FRESH CLEAN AND BRICHT . l>i?lly Directory of the Ilaitpenlnc? of i? Ony llt:elly Told, Tnoncb Small Mono tlic I.ran Inlcrcallug ?ml Iini?ori??t-lMrorni?ilon For TIioho U'lio Neck to Know iliul Uli? ?leralnud n'bnt in Going ou Among 'the I'coplo. A horse attached to a delivery wagon (yesterday turned it over and scattered thiiiKs generally. The wagon was bad? ly injured. Two p^ntlernen went out yesterday nnd caught three hundred line fish. That was a bis catch. James E. Heath, trustee, to Victoria J. Peed, property at Johnson avenue and Church street, Huntersvllle, $S00, was the only real estate transfer re? corded In the court yesterday. Mrs. Missouri Tatem qualified In the Hustings Court yesterday as adminis? tratrix of the late John W. Tatem. Owing to the failure or the brakes to work, two care on the Portsmouth Btreet railway collided nt Cra...

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