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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 22 June 1899

LATEST NEWS OF THE WORLD BY TELEGRAPH AND CABLE P"?" ?M THE TREASURY DEFICIT FOR '98 May Be Less Than One Hundred Million Dollars. HEAVY CALLS FOR MONEY Wimt (ho GoTernuiout **r?" Received nini Where ilio Keceipla Wtiil Wbnl Wm IteaMrort From llit? ?nr Iteveuue Aol-Wltat the War Wtih Np?|u and Hin Troubles ??> Ilm Pbtllpplucs nave Cost, (By Telegraph to Virginian-Pilot.) Washing-ton, June 21.?It is regarded as a conservative estimate that the Treasury deficit Tor the Ilscul year, 1890, which closes ten days hence, will be les? than SlOo.ouu.ouo. Already the receipts of the year aggregate over S198.S00,000, with the expenditures bare? ly $100,000,000 mure, with ten days, judging from pact years, of abnormally heavy receipts yet to be accounted for. During tho year there have been two heavy calls upon the Treasury, and one large payment which could not have been foreseen one year ago. WHERE Till: MONEY WENT. In March tho Government received $11,789,314 on account of the settlement ...

Publication Title: Virginian-Pilot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 22 June 1899

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES TWO, THREE AND FIVE.' _LOST._ I OST?BERKLEY TAX-BOOK FOR JLl lSl'S. on one of tlio summer cam of the Norfolk Street Hallway. A reward of.ercd. W. S RUDD, Je22-3t Sergeant Town of Berkley. WANTED. ~ WANTED?BY A YOUNG MAN. WHO can do general work around ollico. position as stenographer and typewriter. Speedy, accurate. Industrious. Good ref? erences. Address, S. & T., Vlrglnlan-Pllot office. It* ANTED. ? A WOMAN TO DO general housework at 316 Clalborne avenue. Je22-lw ANTIC D. ?A BRIGHT YOUNG man. l'i or IS years old. who in well acquainted with the city, can write n good hand and make himself generally useful. Address "MERCHANT," care Vlr glntan-Pilot office. Je22-3t ANTED. ? BY A YOUNG- MAR ried couple, to rent flat of three rooms with pr.vate family: rent must he moderate; references. Address A. B. C. Virginian-Pilot ofllce. U XPERlENCBD SALESMAN WANTS pos'tlon with a wholesale llrm or manufacturer on salary or commission; best of references. Addres...

Publication Title: Virginian-Pilot
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 22 June 1899

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES TWO, THREE AND FIVE WEATHER FORECAST. Washington, June SI, 1899. Forecast for Thursday: For Virginia and North Carolina: Partly cloudy Thursday and Friday, preceded by showers on the immediate toast; variable winds. Knrlnlk nnO Tlcltillr WEATHER FORECAST FOR TO-DAY. Fair, with stationary temperature; light north to northwest winds. TEMPERATURE. RAINFALL AND HUMIDITY. Maximum temperature. 86 1 Minimum temperature. 69 Normal temperature. 78 Departure from normal.minus u| Departure from normal since Jan? uary 1st.minus 11 Rainfall In past 21 hours.? Rainfall since 1st or month.5.3S Meau humidity. 76 CALENDAR. Sun rises 4:43 a. m.; sets 7:28 p. m. TIDES. Norfolk: High water 7:41 a. m., 8:12 p. m.: low water 1:41) u. m., 1:16 p. in. Old Point: High water 7:20 n. m.. 7:31 p. m.j low water 1:28 n. m., l:2J p. m. DIEI?. MUNDEN.-1-At Ihe residence of Mr. Pentress, No. 12i> South Kelly avenue. Rrambloton, at a o'clock a. in. Wednesday, Juno 21st. after a long a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 22 June 1899

VIRGINIAN-PILOT. ?BT THE? VIRGINIAN ANI> IM LOT PUBLISHING COMPANY. _ T?RF0LK \ UND DAILY PILOT. (Consolidated March, Enteitd at ihe BosttiMcu at Norfolk. Va.. as second-class matter. OFFICE: PILOT BUILDING. CITY HALL AVENUE. norfolk. va. OFFICERS: A. H. Grandy President; W. S. Wilk? inson, Treasurer; James K. Allen, Sec? retary. BOARD OF DIRECTORS: A. H. Urandy. L. D. Starke Jr... T W. Ehelton. R. VV, Shultlce. W. S. Wilkinson. James E. Allen. D. F. Donovan. THIIKK UliM r.H MSB t.Oi'Y. subscription rates: The VIRGINIAN-PILOT la deUvere?i to subscribers by carrier* in No/folk eno vicinity, Portsmouth. Berkley. Su,?, 7? West Norfolk. Newport News, Cor W cents per week, payubie to tho earner Uy mall, lo any place lu ??S UttlteU States, posing* tree: llAIM, (hit j??r - ??.?<? ?? simiuonilta - - - " Ibrec snwutlia - - s.-.o *? one mwucli ?? ? ? ?ao ADVERTISING HATES: Advertlse ?ncnte Insertea at the rat? ot 7o cents n Square, 111.11 Insertion; eacl> wbseque h lnsrriion <u ce...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 22 June 1899

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES TWO, THREE AND FIVE. l^^^ Absquteeix "Pure Makes the food more delicious and wholesomo _rov?v n??i?? ?o*t>m co.. MW yorx._ _ COURT DECISIONS. Kotes of Cases Recently Decided, , Which are of Interest to Our People. - DIGESTED BY w". B- MARTIN. H .<ExcIu.Brve.ly for Vlrglnlan-Pllot.) '':'* WYMAN V. TAYLOll. Supreme Court of North Carolina. April llth. 1699. WHERE THE BOUNDARY OF A GRANT FROM THE STATE IN? CLUDES OTHER LANDS THERE? TOFORE GRANTED, WHICH ARE RESERVED. AND THE RESERVA? TIONS CAN HE LOCATED, THE GRANT IS GOOD AND- CONVEYS ONLY THE LAND NOT RESERV? ED. THOUGH THE NUMBER OF ACRES IS GREATER THAN CALLED FOR THE GRANT IS NOT VOID. WHEN THE STATE IS NOT INTER? ESTED PERSONS CLAIMING UN? DER ONE GRANT CAN BRING SUIT TO SET ASIDE ANOTHER FOR THE SAME LAND. THE ACT OF ISS",, REPEALING CODE, SECTION 124S. AS TO REQ ISTRATION, DOES NOT APPLY TO GRANTS FROM THE STATE. This was an action of trespass upon land and was a question of title be? tween pa...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 22 June 1899

LATEST TELEGRAPH NEWS, CONTINUED FROM FIRST PAGE YELLOW FEVER IN CUBA. FOURTEEN CASES IN SANTIAGO DISINFECTION OF BAGGAGE. (By Telegraph to Vlrglnlan-Pllot.) Washington, D. C, June 21.?Surgeon General Wyman, of the Marine Hospi? tal Service, to-day received a cable from Dr. Bark, the uuarantlne otllcer at Santiago, reporting the existence at that port of fourteen cuses of yellow fever and four deaths from that cause. This is not the first report the Marine Hospital Service has received of the ex? istence of the scourge at Santiago. Five days ago came the first report of the appearance of the fever. On that day five cases were reported. There has not been time for a mall report elnce the outbreak. In addition to tho number of cases and deaths Dr. Park's cable to-day conveyed the Information that the American troops had evac-. tinted the barracks and that their bid? ding and baggage were being disin? fected aboard the Marine Hospital bark "Rough Rider," which is fitted with a complete...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 22 June 1899

THE NEWS FROM THE OLD NORTH STATE AND ITS CAPITAL. OUR RALEIGH NEWSLETTER Wake County Commissioners Sue Ex-Sheriff Jones, s f ! DR. DIXOM AT OLD HOME Uli 4 onffrrs-ntlou Will Bnllrt l.nreoat (baren In the fcnml ?II yuioinutl The Mule Oanrd t-.ncnmpmrnt ? The Anhevllle llnnK C??e?-Tb? rcnltentli?rjrClt?liii?-Gi-oousboro*f? Lnto Fire. Raleigh, N. C, June 22.?The commis? sioners of Wake county yesterday com? menced suit against ex-Sherirf Hamil? ton T. Jones and his surety, the Fi? delity and Deposit Company, of Mary? land. , The suit Is not only for the amount of the shortage, J4.718.41, but also for the penalty of $2,000 ?ind 2 per cent, a month upon the amount duo and un? paid slnco May 1, 1R99, as allowed by law. This will make the total amount sued for, when the case cornea on for trial at the July term of court, about $7,500. The title of the case is: The State of North Carolina upon the relation ot Bailey P. Williamson, treasurer of Wake county,? Norlh Carolina. vs. Hamilton T. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 22 June 1899

NEWS FROM RICHMOND AND OTHER PARTS OF VIRGINIA. RICHMOND NEWS ANtnOSSIP The Trial of Jacobs, of Bogus Bonds Fame. JANITOR VICTIMIZED Com m Union rr Of Agriculture HnR Arranged to IIhyc Virgin In miner? als Exhibited at Purls ? Inquiries For Copper l.aoda ? Gold Bearing (.mm Wanted? The Newport News Abattoir?Bis Collections. ? I Rlchmona, Va., June 21.?Mr. Joslah Ryland, second auditor of State, re? ceived a letter to-day from Attorney Tyler, who represents the brokerage Arm which recently advanced money on bogus Virginia bonds, stating that he did not thlnU It necessary that the 6econd Auditor be present to-morrow when the trial of Jacobs, to whom the money was advanced, begins. The letter stated that Jocbbs did not deny having uttered the bonds, but did deny all knowledgo of their spuri ousness. He has rcvcral times used them as collateral. It Is not believed at the capltol that Jacobs knew of the bogus character of the bonds. Walker Howard, the old negro Janitor at the capltol, wh...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 22 June 1899

THE NEWS FROM VIRGINIA CONTINUED FROM PAGE EIGHT PETERSBURG. Death of h... v W. Lathop, of Hebron. Tho I>otor?llurc Cinmlio t'ompniiy ('Crimea All i Inliii? Aquilin itaii? ItcNiiiiif? Work - Sttritlcul Opern? iiiiu vititiu r.uglnuu; Petersburg, Vn? June 21.?Mr. F. Vv*. Lathrop, of Hebron, Va., died yester? day morning about,t? o'clock at the Home for the Sick, where he had been brought to have an operation performed on him by his physician, Dr. Mcllwalfte, hut cn account of his advanced age he ?was not able to Burvlve it. Mr. Lath? rop was SO years old, and had ben a res? ident of Dlnwlddle county for 30 years. He came from Connecticut In 1SC9. hav? ing served in that State as chairman of the Finance Committee and for a num? ber of years was member of the Senate of that State. He also had been super? visor of Dlnwlddle county for the last twenty years, and by his death tho county loses one of its honored officers and residents. Hp to a very short time before his death he had alwa...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 22 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 A Wally Directory of the II n|i]irn I ng . Of I* f>ny Uriel ly Told, I luiu;li Nliinll .tone Ibe i.i'n IiitercWllug nud Imporlnut'-Informitilou For Tlione IVbo Seek to Know ulKl Vn flcratiind What la Goliiff ou Amoue the People. To-night at the Armory tho Ports? mouth Rifles will enjoy a "Smoker." A pleasant time is in store for the boys. The Epworth League of Monumental M. E. Church will hold its regular weekly meeting to-morrow night. The eubjectwili be ?Intemperate Pleasures.*' at taken from 2d Tim., 3d Chapter, 1st and 7th Verses. The meeting will be led by Mr. Charles Graves, of Cen? tenary League, Norfolk. The Catholic commencement will be held at Elks' Hall this afternoon. An excellent program has been arranged tor the occasion^. The only business in the Mayor's Court yesterday was two drunks, both of them being fined 31 ea...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 22 June 1899

PORTSMOUTH LOCAL. NEWS AND ADVERTISEMENTS. LATEST NAVAL NEWS. Pay Director R. P. L.ISle, Pay In Bpector J. P. Loomis and Passed As? sistant Paymaster W. T. Gray have been promoted. Assistant Paymaster W. T. Wallace, detached from "the Naval Academy and ordered to the League Island navy yard. Assistant Englner Mansfield's orders to the Solace revoked. Lieutenant W. B. Whlttlesey, detach? ed as Inspector of ordnance at Bridge? port and ordered to the Lancaster. Lieutenant G. W. Mentz, ordered to assume duties as Inspector of works in connection with the building of torpe? do boats at South Boston. Ensign W. D. MacDougall, detached from the Lancaster and ordered to the Amphltrite. Lieutenant L. C. Bertolette, detached from the Amphltrite and ordered to tor? pedo Instruction. Ensign C. Webster, ordered to the Navy Department for duty in the Navi? gation Bureau. Lieutenant E. Lloyd, detached from the New Orleans and ordered to 'he Marietta Lieutenant W. J. Sears, assigned to the New Orle...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 22 June 1899

Review oe the Markets; Shipping News; and Real Estate Business. FINANCIAL ?ND COMMERCIAL StocKs, Money, Exchange Bonds, Grain, Cotton, Provisions, Etc. New Tork, June 21.?Transactions In stocks were ot a paltry proportion, but this did not preclude eomc pretty wide movements of prices. In fact the leth? argy of .the speculation left the market vulnerable at any spot where genuine liquidation was thrown upon It. Such liquidation was undoubtedly made In all of the Tobacco stocks. American Tobacco suffered most severely, the ex? treme decline being 8%c. Continental Tobacco dropped an extreme 6 points and the preferred 3 points. Very heavy blocks of all three etocKS running from 1,000 to 6,000 shares changed hands In the course of the decline or the hesi? tating rebound. The break In these stocks was due to the rumors, which have been per? sistent for several days of dlssentlons of the directors on a likelihood of a division of reeouroes and possibly de? structive competition. Coining o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 23 June 1899

LATEST NEWS OF THE WORLD BY TELEGRAPH AND CABLE TT?. ?N THE CONFERENCE AT THE HAGUE Demand For Protection of Private Property at Sea MAY NOT BE DISCUSSED American lie I <-t o t < ? Have Not Tel Presented It to llio Conference ? V>i< ot Nrn' i:xplo<lv?D or New In* ventliins For Ordinance FnTowd? nnmdnm Ballets Canaidered?Th? Asphyxiating ????cs Coudesuued. CBy Telegraph to Vlrtrlnlnn-PI'ot.) The Hague, Juno 22.?The American demand for the protection of private property at sea has not yet been pre sentcd to the Peace Conference. An? drew D. White, heart of the American delegation, on Tuesday, requested the Prosldenl of the Conference, M. dc Staal, to BUbm.lt tho question to the conference, at the same time Huggest Ing that the proper way to bring the matter up for dlaiusshm?wrrald be u> assemble a plenary conference, submit tii" (Jinti and have it referred to n ?? immktsion for examination. MAY NOT BE DISCUSSED. M, do Staal has not yet arrived at n di Islon, a.s tlio...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 23 June 1899

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES TWO, THREE, FIVE AND SIX. LOST. I OST?BERK I JOY TAX-BOOK FOR JLi li&S on one of tho summer cars of tho Norfolk Street Railway. A roward offered. W. S. R?T1D, Je22-3t Sergeant Town of Berkley. WANTED. ~ WANTED. ? BY YOUNO MAN WHO can make himself generally useful, position as stenographer and typewr.ter; speed v, accurate, Industrious; references. 8. &. T., this office _It WANT IS d~. ? POSITION WITH ? lumber llrm ua foreman of mill or logging department, or will contract for logging. Address W. G., care Vlrglnlan pfiot._Je23-3f ANTED ? THREE UNFURNl&rl ed rooms. West End preferred, In a private family, by gentleman, wife and daughter, for light housekopleng, In I first-class neighborhood. References cx changed. Adurese M. A., this office. 3t? W?Tjted^ro-??-AND BOA RD~BY young man In private family or boarding house. State terms. Refer? ences exchanged. Address A. Z., thts office. It* ANTED. ? A WOMAN' TO DO general housework at 316 Cialborno...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 23 June 1899

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES TWO, THREE, FIVE AND SIX WEATHER REPORT. WEATHER FORECAST. Washington, June 22, 1S99. Forecast for Friday: For Virginia: Partly cloudy and wurmer Friday; increasing .cloudiness Saturdny; light easterly winds becom? ing variable. For North Carolina: Fair and contin? ued high temperature Friday; threaten? ing Saturday with showers in western portions; light easterly winds. Norfolk mi.i vie.v WEATHER FORECAST FOR TO-DAY. Fair nnd warmer: easterly winds, be coming southeasterly. TEMPERATURE. RAINFALL. AND HUMIDITY. Maximum temperature. 711 Minimum temperature. 60 Normal temperature.. .. . Departure trom uormal .. minus 4 Departure from normal since Jan? uary 1st.minus in Rainfall In pnst 24 hours. 0 Rainfall since bit of month.5.3S Mean humidity. 62 CALENDAR. Sun rises 4:45 a. m.: sets 7:2S p. m. TIDES. Norfolk: High water 8:35 a. m., 9:02 p. in.: low water 2:30 a. m., 2:3C p. m. Old Point: High water 8:14 a. m.. S:4l p. m.; low water 2:18 a. Irl., 2:15 p. m...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 23 June 1899

V1RSINI?N - PILOT. ?BY THE? VIRGINIAN AND PILOT PUBLISHING COMPANY. I.0RF0LK mmm m daily pilot. (Consolidated March. .'(OS.) fcnictt.d at the Postofflce at Norfolk, \q., >a second-class matter. Of PICE: PILOT BUILDING. CITY IIA1.L. AVENUE. norfolk. va. ? OFFICERS: A. H. ?randy. president; W. s. Wilk? inson, Treasurer; Jurocs E. Allen. Sec? retary. BOARD OF DIRECTORS: A. H. virandy, L. U Siarkc Jr.. T W. Bhelton. R. W. Khulclce W. a. Wilkinson, James ft, Allen, D. h, Donovan. THKKK VKft I S l?l?K COl'V. subscription rates: The VIKGINIAN-PILOT :s detlverc? to subscribers by carriers In No/folk and Vicinity. Portsmouth. Berkley. Suffolk. VVest Norfolk, .Newport News. t?r '? rents per week payable to tho carrier. By mail, to any place lu tbo United fcuum postage tree: I1A1I.T, our year - gft.OII ?I ? limn I lie - S.OU " lilroo in?.Ulli? ? - l.'.O ** our uioiitl) m ? ? .."?0 ADVERTISING BATES: AO>Tllsc kttcnis loaertca at the ralo of 7i cents a BQuare, ?iat insertion; each subseque...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 23 June 1899

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES TWO, THREE, FIVE AND SIX Makes the food more delicious and w'haferionie COURT DECISIONS. Notes of Cases Recently Decided, Which are of Interest to Our People. DIGESTED BY W- B MARTIN. (Exclusively for Vlrglnlan-Pllot.) WEBB V. ATKINSON. Supreme Court of North Carolina April 11. 1899. AN ADMINISTRATOR MAY SUE IN? TESTATE'S WIDOW AN D CHIL? DREN TO RECOVER PROPERTY FRAUDULENTLY CONVEYED BY INTESTATE TO THEM. ' THE LAW PRESUMES FRAUD IN i\ CONVEYANCE BY AN INSOLVENT TO 11 IS RELATIVES WITHOUT CONSIDERATION. INSOLVENCY MAY BE PROVED BY O E NERAL REPUTATIO N. AGREEMENT BY INSOLVENT GRANTEE TO PAY INCUM BRANCES NOT INCURRED BY GRANTOR IS NO CONSIDERA? TION FOR THE CONVEYANCE. This was a suit by Webb, administra? tor of AiUlnsnn, to recover from his widow and children certain land con? veyed to them by intestate and to de? clare the conveyance's void. There was a judgment for plaintiff and de:, nd ants appealed. The court says: If tho legal title to the Graham ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 23 June 1899

LOCAL NEWS CONTINUED FROM PAGE FIVE?TELEGRAPH CONTINUED" FROM PAGE ONE. BRIEF ITEMS OF lNTEKESC The Francis Barnes Y's will hold a called meeting ot Importance Friday evening at 8 o'clock, at Nu. 513 Free? mason street. Mr. Leroy Bogge and bride, nee Miss S.illie Sintoh, of Newport News, arrived in Norfolk last evening on their bridal trip. Bids for transporting two batteries from Fortress .Monroe to points in Maryland, were opened yesterday, but no decision was arrived at. The bat? teries will be moved on Monday or Tuesday next. The celebrated Ralph Ringham, known throughout the United States its the Boy Orator, passed through Nor? folk yesterday, en route to Elisabeth City, N. C, where he will give an en? tertainment to-night. In Portsmouth yesterday Mr. Wesley Ashburn, of this city, and Mrs. Elfte Ashburn, of North Carolina, were mar? ried by Rev. Frank Hall, of the Friends' Church. They were husband and wife several years ago, but sepa? rated and lived apart. They became reconci...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 23 June 1899

THE NEWS FROM THE OLD NORTH STATE AND ITS CAPITAL., OUR RALEIGH NEWS LETTER A Constable the Victim of Murderous Assault. DIES Or HIS WOUNDS A t'on vioi Counterfeit*!*- TiieRnieish ?So,4 ' Company Chances IIrikU? Improved I rain Service?TUo Slor? inonii Agtiln Acll vo In Hie Ntnte? An Escaped Con vie t Cnptttreil-A New Hotel ii uiin?er, Raleigh, N. C, June 22.?Constable Ellsha Bryan, of Bethel, who on the first Saturday night in May was mur? derously assaulted by four negroes, be? ing severely cut and his skull broken, died last night from his Injuries. He lived nearly two months In this criti? cal condition, and there was once hope he might ultimately recover. Three of his assailants are arrested and Jailed, one being still at large. A CONVICT COUNTERFEITER. The District Attorney has received a report from Detective George O. Bark? er, of the United States Secret Service, notifying him of counterfeiting which in being carried on by the convicta on ihe Castle Hayne farm. Detective Ba...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 23 June 1899

NEWS FROM RICHMOND AND OTHER PARTS ?F VIRQNTX RICHMOND NEWS AND GOSSIP The Disappearance of the Agricul? tural Fair. RIGHT OF WAY WITH ELD Bnfnelcnt I.nud For Trnrln of It. P. & v. K .Hi on.! t'nnnot lie OblnlnoO Without ?oodoiiinnllon I'roceed luca?C, ?* <>. VtMdttci?Boy? Iloilj Found - Ilryiin < uu'i Come- Su? preme Conrl UeclNiona, (Special to Virginian-Pilot.) Richmond, Va., June 22.?The deca? dence, or rather the disappearance, of the agricultural fair in Virginia is a subject now engrossing the attention of the Department of Agriculture. Com? missioner K?lner has received a num? ber of letters from other States asking for the dates of these fairs. He can make only very brief replies. There are probably not over half a dozen coun? ties in which fains are still held. Mr. Kolner is desirous of taking steps to encourage the reorganization of ag? ricultural associations for the purpose of having more county fairs, but he is in doubt as to the steps to take as the reaso...

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