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

1?3 Page? IN TWO PARTS. VOL. in?NO. 82. LATEST NEWS OF THE RLD BY TELEGRAPH AND CABLE (SSSiS TEXAS STORMS TAMMANY HALL Governor Hogg Introduces Bryan and Free Silver. THE LEADERS DISPLEASED 'I'llo Eloquent Texnn Arotnos (Jrent EtitliiiHlaam l>y Icoclnrtition Unit i Democratic I?nrly Would llcclorc For Kroo Mtlvor nt ICittio of 10 to I ?Plonila wttii Tammany to Join Nonlb *w?I West llndrt Bryan's Lciiilcrnlilp. (By Toiograj.il to Vlrglnlan-Pllot.) New York, July 4.?Tammany Hall celebrated Independence day as custo? mary at the Fourteenth street wigwam, i The gathering was remarkable for Its unexpected features. There was a dearth of prominent men, Ex-Presldcnt I Cleveland. Ex-Sena tor David B. Hill.! Sv. .1. Bryan and Ex-Senator Murphy fnillhg t<> make acknowledgment of the invitation to attend. Ex-Oovernor Hogg, of Texas, created a sensation by the manner in which he Introduced tha mime of \Y. .1. Bryan and the Chicago platform to the meet? ing. The ...

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

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES~TWO, THREE AND FIVE lost.__ OST/ STRAYED OR STOLEN.? JJ snow wiiito roodio i>ok: one brown cor. Reward If returned or Information aa to whereabouts. Answers to name ol Rcubln. K. 1'. MORGAN, -U9 Fenehui Ii street._H* 7 ost ? BROOCTl W I Tl l MOSA! C JLj work or old castle on told stone, Saturday evening on Yarmouth street, between/York und Mary's avenue, Ghent. Rowan! offered at 88 Yarmouth st. It* W anted. Wanted! ? a first clas s hand saw sawyer; mutt be well recom? mended and l>e competent to manage hands. One with a family preferred. Ad? dress f. KELL, gumberry. n, c, Jyo-.lt WANTED?A MAN E'XPERlenced In making shingle*. Will employ on salary or coi.tr ict in.a. Address .1. l. ! FKNTRi.ss, Tunis. N. C. It* "ynrxc. man."lawvrit, ill m.i ?tenographcr and typewriter, de? sires position in established attorney's ci? lice; moderate salary with opportunity t't professional advancement. Address r. <'., cn.ro tills office. _J...

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

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES TWO, THREE AND FIVE. _WEAJ"H?R_R E.POJRTj^^ ??K.VTHKIt FOIUCCAST. Washington. D. C, .Jvily t. For Virginia: Showers nnd not bo warm Wednesday; probably Bhowers Thursday; light to fresh south to south? west winds. For North Carolina: Showers Wed? nesday ami probably Thursday; light south winds. ISnrtolU Mini Vlclllttr. WEATHER FORECAST FOR TO-DAY. Portly cloudy, with showers; variable winds, becoming southeasterly. TEMPERATURE, RAINFALL AN!) HUMIDITY. Maximum temperature. S3 Minimum t< inperature. 7! Normal temperature. IS Departure from normal.plus 2 Departure from normal since Jan? uary 1st.minus 0". Rainfall in past 24 hours.O'J Rainfall since 1st of month.OS Mean humidity. SS CALENDAR. Sun rines 4:50 a. m.: sets p. in. TIDES. Norfolk: High water 7:Cr, a. m.. 7:11 p. ni.J low* tvater 1:25 a. tit.. t:il p. m. Old Point: High water 7:0-1 n. in.. 7:20 p. m.; low water 1:04 a. m.. 12:50 p. in. ;n : c-. I .EE.?Mrs. M A It V FANNY DEE, widow ef Jo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 5 July 1899

VIRGINIAN-PILOT. . -BT THE? VIRGINIAN AM? PILOT PUBL.ISH1NO COMPANY. i.oiiioiK mm m daily pilot. cCo.iKo':<SutcO ta.ircb, ."i'JS.) Kniet r.d .n tiio Pastufflce at Norfolk, Va? us secund-.msa u:wll<r. officio pil^JT BUIIjDINO. CtTJi UAl.L. avknck. norfolk, va. OFFICERS: A. II. UranOy. President: W. S. Wllk In son, Treasurer; Juuud 1-.. Allon. a^ rot.iry. BOARD OF DIRECTORS: A. H. lir?tidy U l> Starke Jr.. T W. fiheltou. it, VV. Khultice YV. S. Wilkinson, jaultet t-'. Allen, ij. i-. Donovan. i iini t: ?i..v r.?* I'.ui nu'T. subscription rates: The WROINlAN-PlLOT :? delivered ?.?> subscribers by carrier* in No/folk and ycir.it;-. 1'crtsuioulli. Berkley. So"1--;. " fst Norfolk. Newport New?, tor 'J cents per week payable to t*e> currier. ?y mail, to any ulace la Uio Lulnd t lutea lustiiyr Iree': All.y, one yenr - - - $8.on ?? ?im iiiiutllia ... S.oo " Ihrer- inoutlia - - !???>? ** oil.* MIOIIlll ? *? ? *?"?*? AWVF.RTIS1.N...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 5 July 1899

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES TWO. THREE AND FIVE COURT DECISIONS. Kotes of Cases Recently Decided, Which are of Interest to Our People. DIGESTED BY W- B. MARTIN. (Exclusively for Vlrglnlan-Pllot.) DE WEY V. CITY OF DES MOINES. Supreme Court of the United States. February 27, 1S99. A STATE STATUTE AUTHORIZING AN ASSESSMENT UPON PROPER? TY FOR A LOCAL IMPROVE? MENT, AND IMPOSING UPON THE LOT OWNER, WHO WAS A NON? RESIDENT OF THE STATE, A PERSONAL LIABILITY FOR THE ASSESSMENT. IS VOID AS BEING A TAKING OF PROPERTY WITH? OUT DUE PROCESS OF LAW AND A VIOLATION OF THE FEDERAL CONSTITUTION. This was a suit to set aside certain assessments made on plaintiff's lots, sit? uated in Des Moines, for paving streets upon which the lots abutted. Tho phkin tlff resided In Chicago, 111., and had no actual notice of the proceedings against his lots. Under the Iowa stat? ine the assessments were made a lien on the lots and the owner was made personally liable for their payment. The plaintiff was held l...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 5 July 1899

LATEST TELEGRAPH NEWS, CONTINUED FROM FIRST PAGE. THE WORLD OF SPORT I STANDING OP TilL ci.rn:--. A\ on. Lost. Per Ct. Brooklyn .-15 21 .683 Philadelphia, .3D 21 .610 Chicago . 3S 21 .613 Boston.40 30 ?Gt,li Baltimore.37 '-'6 -r,s' Bt. Loiilfl .36 20 .684 Cincinnati.34 '."J .510 plttsburg.32 32 .wo New York .30 35 .462 Louisville. 23 4': .354 Washington.21 47 .30!) Cleveland.12 52 .US BALTIMORE. 2?6; BOSTON, 1?4. Baltimore, Md., July 4.?Tile Orioles ?won this morning's game from Boston after the hardest kind of work. The visitors played championship ball und were ably seconded by the pair of um? pires. Attendance, 4,212, Score by innings? R.H.E. Baltimore .. ..0 0 o 0 l l o o x? 2 5 2 Boston .0 o ? 1 0 ti o 0 a? l 7 l Batteries: Kltson and Robinson; Lewis nnd Bergen, Umpires--McDon? ald and Manassau. Time Two h uis. AFTERN? ION GAM I?. Boston gave the Orioles a scare at the close 'of this afternoon's game, but the three runs secured at the op? ening by the homo team was too much a h...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 5 July 1899

THE NEWS FROM THE OLD NORTH STATE AND ITS CAPITAL,. OUR RALEIGH NEWS BUDGET ^>v ?? State Guard to Encamp at More head City. COTTON MILLS ENLARGE i irsi ko^ihii mi u m Co into Cnmn July IS, nutl tbo Kucotid ? Wo?k I.nter?Enlargement or Camlelgh Cotton 91111k ? Hastings? Senator Butler?Htnte Elniika?ainUu Aitju tnnt. Raleigh. N. July 4.?The Second Regiment North Carolina State Guard will go Into camp at Morehead City. N. C, for seven days commencing July 15, ISM. The Third Regiment North Carolina Slate Guard will go into camp at More head City. N. C, for seven days coin menclng July 22, ISM. Each regimental commander will, a few days prior to the dates of encamp? ment of his regiment, send the Regi? mental Quartermaster and a detail ot twenty men, selected by him from his regiment, to assist in pitching tents anil arranging the camp. The e.Liii|) equipment will reach More head City July 13, 1S99. COTTON MILLS EN LAUG KD. Tho Caj-alelgh cotton mills, already one of the large...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 5 July 1899

NEWS from richmond ANLToTFE^p?rts~?f VIRGINIA. Disorderly Excursionist From the Old North State. SHOOTS A SUFFOLKSAN Democratic Convention to /.Aoniln? lo n tHimII'Iu'o Fur St.ite Senator? Isle of Wlslit Dcmncrnli- Dentil ol n Prominent Citizen? A Itlver Partr-M? ItrOe/Ptton ?>n Congrosa? uinn Youus ? Hlcjclc Accltlcnt. (Special to Vlrglnlan-Pllot.) Suffolk, V.l., July 4.?With guns, razors and brass knucks and the price to pay lor whiskey a crowd of excur? sionists came in from North Carolina to-day to have some fun. To-night three of them lie In the station-house, held to answer serious charges, and an Innocent man lies in bed at bis home, on Wilson avenue, wounded twice with bullets. They are negroes. The man in bed is Wesley Burrcll, an orderly citizen, who runs a little store on Wilson avenue. The men In prison are Jim Morris, Elijah Burke and Henry "Warren, of North Carolina. THE CAUSE OF TROUBLE. A woman caused It. Chcau liquor helped. The excursionists were among n...

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

THE NEWS "FROM" VIRGINIA CONTINUED FROM PAGE EIGHT PETERSBURG. Tliq Movement For a National Mil? itary Par!; Hero. littforspil by Abla nucl influential Northern Paper-Will Mmly For Ministry- I'oisottnl Kacouiiter ? ItebtilHIlug Irate Factory?Fire. Petersburg, Vu., July 4.?Under the above caption tho Rochester Democrat, the ablest ami most Influential paper In ?western New York, has the following editorial, which will be read with Inter? est and grateful appreciation in this section: "A project t.i which the War Depart? ment ha.s given its fuvorablo attention and which is heartily approved by all patriotic citizens who have had an Op? portunity to consider It, Is tin; estab? lishment of a national military park at Petersburg, Va. Congressman-elect Sydney P. Epos, of tic Fourth Virginia district, is the atithi r of a bi'l fOr car? rying the plan into execution, it was introduced in the fifty-fifth congress but not acted upon and will again be Introduced next winter, it already has man...

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

PORTSMOUTH LOCAL NEWS AND ADVERTISEMENTS OF ME THAN PASSING N?TE A Compilation of Miscellaneous News Matter in Condensed Form, FRESH CLEAN AND BRICHT A Dhiiv Directory of the Hrtppcutng-' of i? Dnj HrleCly Told, Though Km'iill Notm ilia Less Interesting nntl Important-iMlorntnllou For Those U'lio Necll lo Know and Dil" ?terslnud What is Going on Among I lie I'r ?>?>!?'. The same negro man, or one answer? ing tlu- description of. the man who went Into Mrs. Cujpepper's house in Prentls Place, was run out of u house mar the electric ear power house yes? terday afternoon. There was a slight hhuwer which lasted for a moment yesterday after? noon. The farmers are badly in need of rain. They say that everything is drying up from the heat of tin' sun. Colonel E. I.. Pelts, of Southampton county, was in the olty yesterday. IP was the guest of .Mr. J. Frank Hodges, on Kllir.ghani street. In this issue Mr. D. W. Murden ad? vertises a lost open-face gold watch. For particu...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 5 July 1899

PORTSMOUTH ADVERTISEMENTS CONTINUED?TELEGRAPH CONTINUED FROM SIXTH PAGE. He is to retire from business. Every article in the store must be sold. Men's and Boys' Clothing, Hats and Furnishings offered at prices that will astonish you. An actual saving 0f FIFTY CENTS ON EVERY DOL? LAR YOU SPEND. Store for rent. Fixtures for sale. Here Are Bargains You Cannot Afford to Miss v, Men's $7.50 Suits 1 Go at $3.98. \\ Men's very well made Cheviot nnd (( Castlmerc Suits, In neat und service >> able patterns, which we bought to si 11 at t'J-CO and 37.F-0 and which ;iro worth ?very cent of it now?will go ut thu insignificant price of ?3.'JS. Men's $10 Suits go at $4.98 Lot of Men's Bine, Black am] Fancy Cheviot and Worsted Bults?cut und m?de in the very latest style, splen? didly lined nnd perfect in lit and lin Ish?worth every cent of Sio nnd never before solo, for less?will go for $4.98. Men's $12 Suits go at $6.40 A splendid assortment of Men's Fine All-wool Suits in a ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 5 July 1899

Review qe the Markets; Shipping News; and Real Estate Business. BRYAN ANSWERS , HAVEMEYER V ' \ > , - The Statesman on the Sugar King's Defense of Trusts. A VIGOROUS ANSWER ExtortlouOnly ?im of ttie Evils or TrliMH?-Government for Ilm I'oo |il<> Cnnuot I.out; survive If Imlii?.? frlnl IiiOcpoiKlciioo lilHiipprnrn - Tariff Iteform Oiilyu Pnrllnl ISi-m cdy ? Monopoly i . ml?. Ton-nrO in? dustrial Aristocracy w licrcln a few Control ah Henna of Production ?ml Trntmiult Hint Control From Gone nil Ion to General ion. ?'Tlie Oiievilmi fn ltnl?pil, tile Gnvort ? Ion In alt l>ettitrlineiil< <>t Private. Inil Overthrow Competition Everywhere. ?*M?lt?l?rcMervi<Clou in Clio l'Irst l.nw I'liyKlc-ul Kxlnli'iir", A Monopoly Timh Tt'iiiU In ( rialii a Condition *>*Iinreln Production, ami 'I'mnmnlt ihm com Mlillo I in UlIMM Ml'll|i|;l(! Cor It lliirc Independence." To the Editor of the Journal: Mr. Ha...

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

IN TWO PARTS. TRUE TO THE.h Id Victor; or Defeat. VOL. it?NO. S3. NORFOLK, VA., THURSDAY, JULY 6, 1899. ^3??-w?T THREE CENTS PER COPY. LATEST NEWS OF THE WORLD BY TELEGRAPH AND CABLE{ CONTINUED ON PAGES 5, 6, 11 AN APPALLING DISASTER Scene of Desolation in a Texas Valley. RUIN ON EVERY HAND Tho Fnlrcat Fnrt of ibe I.ono Ktnr Ninlo n week Aco, la now Almost n God Foratilicii Wilderuoii ? I,oan of Ijlfo iflny N<>v<*r bo Knonn, lint la Homy Enortnona E>oaa Suatnln ed by Fortucra. . I n * ? ? (By Telegraph to Vlrgtntan-PIlot) Houston, Texas, July 5.?A corre? spondent lias Just returned from a voy? age through the flood districts. The half has not been told of the havoc wrought. The disaster Is so appalling that description is not possible. After this flood will come sickness undoubt? edly and that a week ago was the fair? est part of Texas, la now alnfost a God forsaken wilderness. The waters of the Brazos have for six days covered its valley ...

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

'THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES TWoTTHREE AND FIVE _WAr^ECX_ PARTXEK WANTED ? WITH AN[ additional capital for tho manufac- | ture of a staple and profitable article. Dears Inspection. Address K. KUR N1TZKI, Newport News, Va._3t?_ ANTHd7~X FIHST cd ass HAND saw sawyer; must bo well recom? mended and be competent to manage bands. One with a family preferred. Ad? dress F, kjeld, Gumberry, N. c. Jy5-3t WANTIOI)?A GOOD GO TO SO HOUSE- I power second-hand Horizontal I Boiler, cheap for cash. Box D., Suffolk, Vo._Jy2-?t AYOUNG MAN. LAWYER.] (Lb M.) stenographer and typewriter, de? sires position In established attorney's of? fice; moderate salary with opportunity for professional advancement. Address It C, care this office. Jyj-3t? BHoarders wanted ? ?s riley street, second door from Holt. Pleasant rooms. Terms moderate. Mrs. W. M. pope JcZ'J-lw H ELP WANTED?MALE. M*N OH LADY TO TRAVEL AND appoint agents. Established firm. $50 per month and all expenses to start IMFR., Box 39S. Philadelphia,...

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

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES TWO, THREE AND FIVE. WEATHER REPORT._^ WEATHER FORECAST. Washtngon, D. C, July 5th. Virginia: Showers Thursday; proba? bly fair Friday; variable winds. North Carolina: Showers and cool? er Thursday2 threatening Friday; va? riable winds. , Norfolk iimi Vlrlitltr ?WEATHER FORECAST FOR TO? DAY. Showers; variable winds; stationary temperature. TEMPERATURE. RAINFALL AND HUMIDITY. Maximum temperature . 91 Minimum temperature . 72 Normal temperature . 77 Departure from normal .plus 5 Departure since Jan. 1st.minus Ctt Rainfall in past 24 hours .01 Rainfall since 1st of month.01 Mean humidity . 84 | CALENDAR. Sun rises. 4:50 a. m.; sets, 7:2S p. in. TIDES. Norfolk: High water, S:lt> a. m., S:2'J p. m. Low water, 2:11 a. m., 2 p. m. Old Point: High water, 7:55 a. in., 8:08 p. m. Low water, 1:50 a. m., 1:39 p. m. ?Ir.li. BARRON.?At her residence. No, 20 Queen street, Wednesday July Bth 1899, at 1:40 o'clock a. m.. Mrs. MARY A. BAR RON, aged 7:i years, w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 6 July 1899

VIRGINI AN - PILOT. -BT THE? iVIRCINIAN .AND PILOT PUBLISHING COMPANY. lOnfOLK VIRGINIAN AfiD DAILY PILO!. vCo.T?o?ilalcl li.uch. JN?8.) Entered at the I'o.stofnco at Norfolk, Va., as second-class mutter. OFFICE: PILOT BUILDING. CITY HALL.AVENUE. norfolk. va. OF.ICSWS: A. II. Grandy President; W. S. Wilk? inson, Treasurer; Juuus E. Allen. Sec? retary. BOARD OF DIRECTORS: A. H. vi randy, L D fi'.arWe Jr.. T W. Elielton. R. IV. f.liultlc'e W. ?. Wilkinson. Juiii'.s E. Allen, 1). If' Donovan. Til Klltl VKS I'M IMC It t CH' Y. subscription rates: The VfitQiKIAN-PILOT '.s delivered ?<> subscribers bv carriers in No/Iolk and Vicinity. Pcrtsmouth. Berkley. Suno.iu ?est Norfolk. Newport News, tor .u cents per weel; payable to tho carrier By rr.?l>. to any place la the bulled tiates postatfv tree; D.11I.T, ??!<- yei?r - ?S.OII ? I? 111 ..III In ... 3.00 " ihr> i' m??i?li? - ? *??"?" " oito iiimtlli - ? ? ADVERTISING RATES: AOvrrtlsc Bicn...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 6 July 1899

LOCAL NEWS CONTINUED FROM PAGE THREE?TELEGRAPH CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE. COURT DECISIONS. Kotes of Cases Recently Decided, Which are of Interest to Our People, DIGESTED BY W- B MARTIN. (Exclusively for Vlrglnlan-Pilot.) CITY OF COVINGTON V. KEN? TUCKY. Supreme Court of the United States. February 20. 1899. NEITHER THE CHARTER OF A MU? NICIPAL CORPORATION, NOR ANY LEGISLATIVE ACT REGU , LATINO THE USE OF PROPERTY HELD BY IT FOR GOVERNMENT? AL OR PUBLIC PURPOSES, IS A CONTRACT WITHIN THE MEAN? ING OF THE FEDERAL CONSTI? TUTION. Thin woa an action which Involved the validity of the taxation by the State of Kentucky of the water works of the city of Covlngton. The legislature of Kentucky authorized the city of Cov Ihgton to build water works and one section of the law provided that said water works should be and remain for? ever exempt from State, city and coun? ty tax. By a general law of the State nil charters were dubjoct to be amend? ed or repealed at the will of the Lcgf? lalure, an...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 6 July 1899

LATEST TELEGRAPH NEWS, CONTINUED FROM FIFTH PAGE ODBNITHA^VICAR <& GILBERT 330 7umiN STREET, NORFOLK, VK. Our Immense Stock of High Grade Clothing and Men's Furnishing Goods at Retail. Consisting of Men's Suits, Youths' Suits, Children's Suits, Trousers and Top Coats. ABOVE STOCK TO BE SOLD AT PRICES QUOTED FOR 8 DAYS ONLY. SALE COMMENCES FRIDAY, JULY "7th, 9 A. M. Greatest Slaughter of Spring and Summer Clothing ever shown the Public. This Entire Stock will be sacrificed to make room for Fall Goods now coming in. AH of our $13.50, $15, $l8lHundreds of dozens of BlacklMen's Crash Suits, and $20 Suits, consisting of and Tan \'y Hose, per pr. 7c. Cassimeres, Worsteds, Chev- ?-~?-??? iotsand Serges, put on one , Men?s sunc|(1y Pants, $1.50. row of tables, Your Choice for $9.00. Never before has any one had | White ^Madras , Soft _Shirts, the pick of our stock for $9. Me.i's Sunday Pants, $2.00. regular price $1, now 50c. Boy's Knee Pants, sizes 4 to j Underwear, ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 6 July 1899

THE NEWS FROM THE OLD NORTH STATE AND ITS CAPITAL^ OUR RALEIGH I NEWS BUDGET r. - ? - Crop Conditions in the Old North & State. Disease jAnnini: tho Cnltlo Jicnr tlx UlT-lno Wnrrnul Natts to bo Ina wo?tle;ntod?At Worli on tlto Mil * aenm Annex ? Investigating; Ineou? * ?Hary Fires nt WlUon ?liueroMtng * Penitentiary Statistics. iv ? _ ? ? ? I ' Raleigh, N. C, July 5.?Rains began falling early this morning, with a northeast wind, and the hope here Is that the rain Is general and will end what, In many, perhaps most eases, was beginning to be a dangerous drought. In the Middle West the drought has already blasted some crops. Corn has suffered more than any other crop. The excellent cultivation of crops has done much to check drought damage. Cotton Is doing well and has suffered very little. Tobacco Is prom? ising In the East, but not so good else? where. Topping Is In progress, and a few early cutlngs have been made In Lenolr, Bladen and Duplin. in some sections it is grow...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 6 July 1899

NEWS FROM RICHMOND AND OTHER PARTS OF VIRGINIA. OUR RICHMOND NEWS LETTER k A t '-' Chesapeake and Ohio and Big Four Unite. THE CASE OF MRS. ELLIS Lfnd and SSllTer Or. DliooTnrod in Fredcrleb Conniy-Sinl? Cnpiioi Hol?? iDdlno. Wnui B.prr.eu(ii< fton atPnrla Fxpoiil?lon-Evl<1?no? 'I lint Blr. nud Mm. Kill. 1V?r? idnr rled?The wiiootiuc ot Henntor Clnnnsaa. (Special to Vlrglnlan-Pllot.) Richmond, Va., July 5.?It Is believed that negotiations looking to the con? solidation of the Bier four and the Chesapeake and Ohio railroads into one | system are now pending with prospect of a successful termination. The New York papers have frequent? ly of late spoken of the probability of the two,roads being united and taken Into the big; New York Central System, which has greatly branched out of late, taking: In about everything in sight There is said to be no likelihood what? ever of the Chesuiieake and Ohio and Big Four belnff placed In any euch combination. But It Is believ...

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