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

jjiiutiuin, mi nnimiimiimiiir IIS? Page?^ IN TWO PARTS. mrmtnt ?UUlllllliimiiliimililfHH"'l.iiimiiig 3 WEATHER FORECAST FOR TO-DAY T ?i - t. 1 NORFOLK AND VIONITY? | 3 Rain, followed by clearing weather, r 2 and colder; fresh southerly winds, be- ? 3 Coming westerly. fc coming; westerly. ?TT?nirtTTtrTT?TTTTTrrTrTTTt rtmrnitium VOL,. II?NO. 81. NORFOLK, VA., THURSDAY, JANUARY 5, 1899?TWELVE PAGES. THREE CENTS PER COPY, BRYAN ON IMPERIALISM Tells Why He Opposes the Policy of Administration. JEFFERSON WAS AGAINST IT lie Think.* It Astonishing that Any ltlnn Living Khonld Uphold 'Ink Ins i.ami by Force ? Forcible Aw hp xu? Ion I? t rim 111 ill Aggression ? A Grent Mornl Question Involved i?i in Directly with* the Filipinos. (By Telegraph to Vlrgianlan-Fllot.) Springfield, 111., Jan. 4.?William Jen? nings Bryan arrived In Spring-field at 4 o'clock this afternoon. He will leave for Jacksonville, 111., to-morrow, and will go to Cincinnati Friday. At 8 o'clock he addressed an Immense audi? ...

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

WANTED. BBSPON?1BLE MAN, WHO HAS 1600 cash to not us manager; business dean honorable and legitimate; will pay right man II.MK) yearly: no trlflers. Ad? dress ?'BUSINESS MAN." Ja5-3t YOtnNG MAN. BOOKKEEPER AND Stenographer desires few hours em? ployment at night, or would make a change and give full tlmo to better posi? tion: good references. D. M. R., wire Vlrg nlan-Pllot._Jan4-3t ^?T^PORTUN 1TY, ? A GOOD Bus? iness man. with S300. can clear $30 weekly: no labor: Invested money always ?worth Its full value. For particulars ad? dress 1. W., thl3 ofllcc. jai-St* WANTED. ? YOUNG IADY, GRAD uate of Froebel Institute. Wash? ington, ?. C. would Uko position to teach in family or to establish a school or kindergarten In small town. Good musician; lesson given In one family in exchange for board. Address MISS N., this oftiee. _Ja-l-gt* ANTED. ? A REI^NlcD jT?DY who has traveled the United Btatea, desiren position 'as governess or traveling companion: well up In the arts and lan? guages. Ad...

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

WEATHER REPORT. ?Washington, Jan. 4.?Weather fore? cast for Thursday: . ? Virglnla^-RaJn, followed by fair; much colder; fair and colder Friday; fresh southwesterly winds, becoming northwesterly. North Carolina?Rain, probably clearing In western portions; colder in the Interior; fair and colder Friday; fresh southerly winds, becoming west? erly. METEOLOGICAIj DATA. Maximum temperature. 61 Minimum temperature . 40 Normal temperature . 40 Departure from normal .minus 24 -Departure since Jan. 1st.24 Rainfall In post 24 hours.00 Rainfall since 1st of month.18 Mean humidity . 90 WEATHER. Rain, followed by clearing weaither! and colder; fresh Southerly winds, be? coming Westerly. ? CALENDAR. Sun rises, 7:18 a. m.; sets, 6:03 p. m. TIDES. Norfolk?High water, 2:45 a. m. and 2:46 p. m. Dow water, 8:69 a. m. and 9:10 p. in. Old Point?High water, 2:24 a. m. and 2:26 p.' m. Low water,-8:38 a, m. and 8:49 i>. m._ ??1BD. BIGGS.?Fell asleep nt 192 Duke street, January 8rd, 1899, SILVIA ...

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

VIRGINIAN- PILOT. ?BY THE? i (VIRGIN!AN' A(^ljp>n^0yr PUBLISI?NQ NORFOLK VIRGINIAN AND DAILY PILOT. (Consolidated March. 1S98.)_ ' Kntcred at tho Fostofflce at Norfolk, JVa., as second-class matter._ OFFICE): PILOT BU1LDINO. , ? CITY' HALL AVENUE, _NORFOLK, VA._ OFFICERS: A. H. OR ANDY, President; to. GLENN AN, Vice-President; W. S. WILKINSON, Treasurer; JAMES E. AL? LEN. Secretary. BOARD OF DIRECTORS: A. H. Grandy, M. Glennan, L. D. Starke, Jr., T. W. Shelton, R. W. Shultlce, James E. Allen, D. F. Donovan._ TIIIIEE CKNTJ? PBRCOt'T. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: The VIRGINIAN-PILOT delivered to Bubscrlbers by carriers in Norfolk and vicinity, Portsmouth, Berkley. Suffolk. West Norfolk, Newport News, for 10 cents per week, payable to the- carrier. By mall, to any place In the Cnlted States, postage free: DAILY, one your - 8.1.00 *? atz mo,Uli? - - - 3.00 " Iiiree months - - J-''0 ** one IllOlltl) - ? ? -*?0 ADVERTISING RATES: Advertise? ments Inserted at the; rate of 75 cents a Squa...

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

OPPOSED TO STANDING ARMY No Present Need for Bigger Permanent Military Estab? lishment. COLONEL BRYAN'S OPINION Nerd tor an Army of Occnpntlon In Conquered Inlands Only Tempor? ary?Firm Heletoo (lie Volunteer* Wbonre Held In Ana? Agnlunl tbelr Wll!-D?nci>r? to tbe Doily Politic In tbe Gronln or Blllltn rliu Grant and Inimluent. (By 'William Jennings Bryan.) In his annual message sent to Con? gress *December 5th, 1898, the President makes the following recommendation In favor of a permanent Increase In the standing army: The Importance of legislation for the permanent Increase of the army Is therefore manifest, and the recommen? dation of the Secretary of War for that purpose has my uno.uallfled approval. There can be no question that at this time, and probably for some time in the future, one hundred thousand men will be none too many to meet the ne? cessities of the situation. It is strange that this request for so large an Increase in the permanent army should be asked ...

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

A DAY IN CONGRESS A Coue of Criminal Procedure for Alaska. Tlte ire my or Ponce with Npnln Pre. oented und Deferred ? Dolo House* Atljnnru In Respect to tlouitlor MorrlU's Dentil. (By Telegraph to Vlrglnlan-Pllot.) Washington, Jan. 4.?The House epcnt to-day considering the bill to define and punish crimes In Alaska and provide a code of. criminal procedure for the territory. The bell was pre? pared by the commission appointed to codify the laws* of the United States, and Is a voluminous measure of 232 pages. Sixty-seven pages were com? pleted to-day, and the bill was made a continuing order until disposed of, not, however, to Interfere with appropria? tion bills or other special orders. The only section of the bill which promises to cause a contest is that providing for the sale of liquor in Alaska. Upon this question considerable difference of opinion developed. The House adjourn? ed out of respect to the memory of the late Senator MoiTill. IN THE SENATE. Washington, Jan. 4.?The ll...

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

RICHMOND NEWS AND GOSSIP Governor Asked to Interfere in the V. M. I. Case. REQUEST FOR REINSTATEMENT Virginia Glass Company to Bnlld n Branch Factory?Beatdencea Bob? bnd?General WUeeler Accopta an Invltatlou to Come to Richmond Jlrs. Buwdeu Improving?A Prot? peotivo Wedding. (Special to Virglnlan-Fllot.) Richmond, Va? Jan. 4.?Governor Tyler and Adjutant General Nalle are hearing a great deal of, tho action of General Scott Shipp, Superintendent ot tho Virginia Military Institute, yester? day expelling tho entire graduating class, with one exception, from the In? stitution. They are receiving callers, and letters "^king them to interfere tt> have the boys reinstated. Neither the Governor nor the Attorney-General can I a Kb nny official action. The matter will bo brought up at the meeting of the Board of Visitors, probably some time this month, nnd will be fully in? vestigated. Tho Virginia Glass Company, of Al? exandria, wl'H build a branch factory here. Tho plant will bo ...

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

TBE OLD DOMINION Brief Items of Interest Picked Up Here and There. Judge A. M. Lybrook, of Patrick county, died Sunday afternoon at his home, near Stuart, aged 69 years. Mr. J. M. Barker, of Henry county, succeeds Hon. John L. Hurt, of Pittsyl vanla, as a member of the State Board of Agriculture Mr. P. A. Spain, of Dry Bridge, near Mlddleton, was accidentally killed Tuesday by Mr. T. H. Heath, a friend with whom he was hunting. E. E. Herring, a leading merchant, operating the Bets Hive stores (dry goods and notions) at Winchester, made nn assignment Tuesday to M. M. Lynch, trustee, for the benefit of his creditors. Without preference. The liabilities are $7,285 and estimated assets $5,000. Capt William Safely, an old and well known Mississippi river steamboatmnn, died Sunday in New Orleans. He was a native of Staunton, this State. Deputy Sheriff C. R. Leech, of Natu? ral Bridge, hnd his barn destroyed by Are. He entered It with a lighted lan? tern and by some means It caught from th...

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

NORTH CAROLIM NEWS GOSSIP A Democratic General Assem? bly Convened To-Day. NOMINEES OF THE CAUCUS TIio J'coplo Kcjolco Hint ibe l.ntv aiitkluc 1* >oi? In Nate Hunds ? i'onjiilcr Ol aVtret ItnptUt C'UurOll Deail-Ffnitlcan Soar els ror nn An ? attain ? Aisnoylug Kntnor Hut nt Raleigh, N. C-, Jan. 4.?The General Assembly Is aguln In -session. Unlike the lust, the present body Is strongly Democratic and will legislate to secure the greatest good, to the greatest num? ber. It may bo depended upon to effec? tually provide against the possibility of the State ever again returning to negro rule. . Both the Senate and House held a caucus and nominated officers, who were to-day elected and inducted into office as follows: SENATJ3 NOMINEES. For Principal Clerk?C. C. Daniels, of Wilson. For Engrossing Clerk?F. A. Cllnard, of Watauga. For Beading Clerk?Hon. Walter Murphy, of Salisbury. For Sergeant-at-Arms?J. B. Smith, of Cumberland. Mr. Smith received 35 votes. The asslstunt doorkeep...

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

PORTSMOUTH LOCAL NEWS AND ADVERTISEMENTS ORTSMO?TH AP NORFOLK, COUNTY What Virginian-Pilot Rep? resentatives Hear Daily. BRIEF ITEMS OF INTEREST Tito Movement* of People In Whom inn ATcr?Be Header la Inter? ested-Happening* In I.eg:?l?Bni Inrii, llellgeoaa nnd Nociitl t'lr? Clin A I'D recant of Inline Events. Farrngut Post, G. A. R., will install ofllccrs to-night and have their annual camplire. The January term of the Hustings Court begins to-day. Rev. C. L.. Corbett, of Mnrlonvillo, Va., Is In the city on a visit to his father, Air. James Corbett. on Wash? ington street. He will preach to-night at the Park View Baptist Church. The Green Street public school will not be opened to-dny, for the same reason that It has been closed for the past two days. The next holiday will be on the 19th of January, General .Lee's Birthday. A delightful pnrty will be given this evening by the Misses Maggie Sullivan, Annie Colosnntl. Sarah Pace and a few more of South Portsmouth's charming young ladl...

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

PORTSMOUTH LOCAL NEWS AND ADVERTISEMENTS. __________ Continued, HOSIERY! HOSIERY! * The Best 12^c. Hosiery in the city. Also a fujl'line of 2$c., 3$c. and 50c. qualities. BMMBTT T3E>?I?: S, 320 High Street, CTjBRMS CASH-? Iii Men's Winter Suits and Overcoats Wo hove the largest and choicest stock tho market affords, and upon examina? tion you will admit that our prices are the lowest when quality is considered. $13.50 Overcoats for $10.00. $10.00 Overcoats for $7.50. A bargain. Buy flrst-cfess Clothing In our store and get splendid value. MERCHANT TAILORING. Well dressed young men have a deckled advantage by having their Suits. Trousers and Overcoats made by us. Prices aro right. Workmanship, Fit and Style guaranteed. SHOE D1CPARTM'KNT.?We offer from to-day tho greatest values on the market for examination. Boys" All Solid Shoes at 11.00. Lad'es" Dongola. Pat. leather or Tip same. Billion and Lace all widths, $1.60. Men's Hand Sewed Shoes, will wear as good as any J3.00 S...

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

FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL Stocls, Money, Exchange, Bonds, Grain, Cotton, Provisions, Etc. New York, Jan. 4.?Stocks were re? actionary in tho lorenoon, but forged strongly upward in the afternoon, led by high priced specialties, including | Brooklyn Transit, Sugar and Tobacco. The opening was irregular, with a ten? dency both here and in London to take proilts, and prices reacted ?moderately after the initial trading. Professional traders sought diligently to reach stop loss orders. Many shares eased off considerably, but a number of stocks showed marked resistance, notably Brooklyn Transit, Pullman, Plttsburg, Cincinnati, Chicago and St. Louis, and Great Northern preferred. St. Paul maintained a point advance on Its re? markable statement for the fourth ?week in December, showing an increase Of nearly $252,000 in gross earnings. A better tone developed in the aft? ernoon end continued until the close. Brooklyn Transit made a total gain of eight points on its showing of an In? crease ...

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

3 PaSeS= Jl-jX/*A1f-#wZA^l'?^/AA, 'WH Z, I I WEA7HEB. FORECAST FOB TO-Mr I ^ *> TWO PARTS. ! IPXT UXtt't^l't * 11 if I HHX 1 I 3, E /SM?^ /^T ^ y^TWW W *!& IwJLwJIfcJ** iW^> I . F/ir: much colder: brisk northwest E iTnrTTTriTTTTTtTTT'ITTTT-ITTTIIITT..TTt^TTTTTT TTTItS ^ J^^^T ^ /N^ \> M. *^if ^"^JP^ 2 Wind*. VOL. II?yd. 82. NORFOLK, VA., FRIDAY, JANUARY (k 1890-TWP.t.vr PAG-E3. THREE CENTS PER COPY. were senTSoS me^ Two members of the Knickerbocker Athletic club man. whose allotment was Innocentlygive byhim to MrV x a-POl80ned mediclne ?nU died, and Harry Cori PHILIPPINE INSURGENTS Aguinaldo Goes to Hollo to Lead His Men. TIio Nctt Filipino Cnblncl Plcilgert to IIcHlnt United NtHicn ? What ttt? Minister of Foreign Affair* Claims and DcmniKln?Npnnlab I'rliouers. (By Telegraph to Virglnlan-PIIot.) Paris, January C.?Arn ofllclal tele? gram received here by the Filipino Jun? ta, dated Manila, January 4, says that Aguinaldo has gono to Iloilo,...

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

W' WANTED. **^?.'i(w^1*11** I? ?' i in i " r inn--f nr ill1 >i->nAnmrwirs^?i WAMTDD^PARTT ACQUAINTED with grocery trad* to -handle good ?peciolty. Call between 13 and 1, Atlantic Hotel, Koom SS6._If ? ANTED.?ONE LARGE SECOND band Safe; state make, also and price. AddresH BOX, this olllcc. Ja6-3t YOUNG MAN WOULD LIKE ANY kind of honorable employment, either Id tho dty or country; fair education and good penman. Address R. G MATT1 SON, Norfolk. Va._'_u? WANTED.?A LIGHT SET OF books to keep at night by an ac? countant who Is at leisure from 6 p. m. Addrcas D. C, Vlrginlan-Pllot. Jn6-3t* \KT ANTED.?iBY GBNTLEMIAN AND ?? wife two bright connecting rooms with board, pleasant locality and within ten minutes walk of postoltlce. Address B. a K., Virginian-Pilot. JaO-fr,BU,tu3t KESPONS1BLE MAN, WHO HAS IM? cash, to act as manager: business oloan, honorable and legitimate; will pay right man S1.S00 yearly: no trlflers. Ad? dress "BUSINESS MAN." Ja5-3t "y OUNO MAN. B~?OKKE...

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

WEATHER REPORT. Washington; Jan. 5.?Weather fore? cast for- Friday: Virginia?Rain; colder; light norther? ly winds, becoming northeasterly. North Carolina?Rain; colder; fresh variable winds, becoming northerly. METEOROLOGICAL DATA. Maximum temperature. 67 Minimum temperature . 49 Normal temperature . 40 Departure from normal .plus 18 Departure since Jan. 1st.minus 6 Rainfall In past 24 hours.03 Rainfall since 1st of month.20 Mean humidity . 92 WEATHER. Fair; much colder; brisk northwest Winds. CALENDAR. Sun rises 7:18 a. m.; sets 5:04 p. m. TIDES. Norfolk: High water 3:42 a. m., 3:50 p m.; low water 10:01 a. m., 10:08 p. in. . Old Point: High water 3:21 a. in.. 3:29 D. m.; low water S):40 a. m., 9:45 p. m. ihk?. ' EfWEiDL.?At the residence of parents, No. 26 Henry street Thursday, January 6th, 1RM, at 10:S0 a. m., MARY MAGDA? LENE, infant of James T. and Margaret A. Ewell, aged 3 years. Funeral THIS (Friday) AFTERNOON from the residence at 3 o'clock. Friends and acquaintances respec...

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

VIRGINIAN - PILOT. _bt tub Virginian and PILOT PUBLISHING COMPANY. KORFOLK VIRGINIAN AND DAILY PILOT. ' (Consolidated March, 1S9S.)_ Entered at the Postofflce at Norfolk, Va., ?3 second-class matter._ OFFICE: PILOT BUILDING, CITY HALL AVENUE. NORFOLK. VA._ OFFICERS: A. H. GRANDY, President: M. GLENN AN, Vice-Presldent: W. 8. "WILKINSON, Treasurer; JAMES Es, AL? LEN Secretary. BOARD OF DIRECTORS: A. II. Grsndy, M. Glonnan, L. D. Starke, Jr., T. W. Shclton, R. W. Shultlce, James E. Allen, D. F. Donovan._ THRKR VKKT9 PKB COPT. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: The VIRGINIAN-PILOT Is delivered to subscribers by carriers In Norfolk and vicinity. Portsmouth, Berkley, Suffolk, West Norfolk, Newport News, for 10 cents per week, payable to the carrier. By mall, to any placo In the United Btates, postago free: UAII.T, onrjrnr - - - 6(5.00 M SlS. UIOIllIl? - - - 5.? ?? three months - - 1.30 ?* one moil Hi - % ? .BO ADVERTISING RATES: Advertise? ments Inserted at the rate of 75 cents a Square, first Insertio...

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

?BSQMJtEBf iPvRE Baking Powder Makes the food more delicious and wholesome BOVAl 8AKIWO POWOEB CO., NEW VOffit. BR?HBLETOH WARD. A meeting of the Brambleton Im? provement and Democratic Club was held last night. After a conference. It was deemed advisable to postpone the annual election of officers to the first Thursday night in February, and the secretary was Instructed to send out postal cards, requesting* all Democrats who are In favor of improvements and good government to be present at that meeting. Mrs. A. T. Griggs and her grand? son are visiting relatives at Water Oak, Princess Anne county. Mr. M. V. Beale, of South Park ave? nue, while working on the Old Do? minion dock yesterday afternoon, had his foot badly hurt by a piece of heavy timber failing on it. A very Instructive Bible reading ser? vice was held at Memorial Christian Temple last night. Chicken thieves are again plying their vocation in the Northern section of the ward. Several henneries have been robbed lately. S...

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

1MT CONGRESS IS DOING The House Devotes a Day to Court Matter Sc Mr. Iloar Wnuts Information About Clatius Of Our I'ltlxeui Acutus? Npnln?Tbe Nicaragua Cnnni BUI? Confedcrn.es Opposed to.Pensions. I (By Telegraph to Vlrglnlan-Pllot.) Washington, D. C, Jan. 5.?The Ju Vdlclary Conimittee had the right of way In the House for three hours to-day, tand quite a number of bills of minor importance reported from the commit? tee were passed. The remainder of the day was occupied In continuing tho consideration of the bill to codify the Jaws of Alaska Some 21 pages were disposed of to-day, making 83 In all of tthe 232 pages. A section of the bill, ?copied from the statutes of Oregon, :providing punishment by fine and im? prisonment of persons who prevent or -endeavor to prevent employes from working aroused a protracted debate on the ground that it was an attack on organized labor. It wa.s finally stricken The following bills called up by the 'Judiciary Committee were passed: To provide addit...

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

TOWN OF SUFFOLK Difficulty Over Fence and No Fence Law. Bond Hnpirfliori Appointed?Hut* inir Kotea ? Obsequies?Ufmtawl Notes?Toe Bunk ley Fotrtto ? tc?? aela- no me from Cuba? Personals, (Special to Virginian-Pilot.) Suffolk, Va., January 6.?The preva? lent 111 feeling between/ fence and no fence farmers reached a crisis near Chuckatuck yesterday. As a result, Job Holland Is under a doctor's care, Buffering from a bad gash on tho head, end W. 33. Pr?den will have to stand trial for assault. The fence question has sundered friendly .ties and made bad Mood among farmers all over the county wherever Its agitation or execu? tion, progressed beyond the first stages. It seema a no fence law prevails near ?Chuckatuck. As* a consequence when Pruden turned out stock to pick his own fields some of them picked Hol? land's too. A few warm messages were exchanged, and Pruden went over to see Holland. He carried a gun. The weapon wasn't fired, but was used as a olub for Holland's 'head. The men m...

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

TBE OLD DOMINION Brief Items of Interest Picked Up Here and There. Mr. C. P. Hendrlcks, a prominent cltl gen of Orange county, Is dead. The wife of Judge Robert Turner, of Front Royal, died Sunday last of typ? hoid fever. Thomas Conner, assistant yardman at the Southern railway freight depot, Harrlsonburg, died Tuesday afternoon of blood poisoning and lockjaw. His death was caused by the premature explosion of a firecracker. George Holmon, aged 12 years, in passing a gun to his cousin, Samuel Loving, near Eldrldge's mill, in Buck? ingham county, on Saturday last, ac? cidentally discharged the gun and blew away the top of bis cousin's head. i Jesse "Vandergriff and Lon Graham, laborers in the Fratersvllle Blate mines, 'were severely injured by the falling of slate. Graham will probably die. The Radfofd street car line, owned by Col. J. G. Crocket, has been leased by the electric light company for $40 per month. The company Is to keep the line In repair during the term of the lease, w...

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