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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 8 April 1899

THE NEWS FROM VIRGINIA CONTINUED FROM PAGE EIGHT PETERSBURG. Mr. Brown Recovering From Se? rious Wound. - -7 ' A. I*. Ulli Cuuip Confederate Voter ana Elect ?elegntea to Charleston Kennloo- ?c?ili or Well Uuonn Cltlzuua?Accident. Petersburg, Va., April V.?Mr. Warren Brown,or Hebron.Dinwiddic county.who It will bo remembered was so danger? ously shot and robbed by an unknown negro, about a week ago, Is now con? sidered out of danger. Mr. Brown has always contended that the. bullet lodged in his throat, and as the sequel will prove he was not mistaken. Wednes? day Mr. Brown wrote to a largo whole? sale, grocery firm in Petersburg for quotations. This letter was received yesterday. Mr. Brown wrote, "I am at the storo to-day attending to business. I feel a little weak and the wound is qulto sore. I got the bullet out this morning, it was in my throat Just below tho gultel and worked it lo?se wilh my lingers and spat it out." CONFEDERATE REUNION DELE? GATES. The regular monthly meeting o...

Publication Title: Virginian-Pilot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 8 April 1899

PORTSMOUTH LOCAL NEWS AND APVERTIRF"MFNT^ CHRONICLES t OF INTEREST Portsmouth, The Beautiful City ^ ^ ' By the Sea.: "found here and there '?fe - - <-? ati? I.afent Happenings In tbo City || ?Bd Connly Presented In C'onclae 1'oriu For tbo Edification of Vir g|ntnn?PU.ot Bcnderi lloro nnd KUcTviicro ? Gossip For People ?jTho Desire to-Kcep Posted. f Mies Alice G. Peefl, of Lincoln street, South Portsmouth, Is quite sick with grip. There was but little to be learned fcround the court-houee yesterday. TDr. R. R. Robertson eays that he Is not suing: the Postal Telegraph Com? pany, as reported in the court proceed Ings of yesterday. It was a mistake, but he -would not object to having the amount that was stated he had sued Cor. Mfcs Emma Johnson, of Southampton county, is in the city on a visit to relatives. She will remain for some lime. Mr. John H. Hall, who was elected a member of the School Hoard, will take the place of Mr. Irwin Brlnkley's, and ?tot Mr. D. A. Williams', as was el...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 8 April 1899

PORTSMOUTH LOCAL NEWS MOiSMi? (Continued.) ublic Approval Us a problem that all merchants are trying to solve We have won it by Fashion, Fit and Finish, all at moderate prices. The fact is, there isn't any new way to win trade. The prize package has been tried, and also the gift enterprise, all have been tried by others, but we propose to stick to our original plan, that is, to give the best Clothing and Furnishing for the least money. MEN'S SUITS, FROM S3.S0 TO $16.50. MEN'S PANTS. FROM $1.25 TO S5.50. MEN'S SPRING OVERCOATS, S5.90. BOYS' CLOTHING, FROM $1.50 UPWARDS. MEN'S SHIRTS, V/ITH TWO SEPERATE COLLARS, AT 50c MEN'S p. K. SHIRTS, AT 50c. MEN'S SILK BOSOM NEGLiGEE SHIRTS, 75c, Aim so on through the hundreds of other articles at "the NEW YORK CLOTHING CO.-, (THE LEADING HOUSE OF PORTSMOUTH) 2/4 HIGH STREET. Ask to see our English Serge, warranted fast color, at $7.90, worth $10.00. THEWs~A BIG difference IN CLOTHING. Some stores can sell anything, but to get room in our store g...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 8 April 1899

"Review oe tue Markets, Shipping News and Real Estate Business. REYEIW OF MARKETS Now York, April 7.? To-dayv sensa? tional stock market was remarkable for Ereat declines that took place in prac tically all the specialties. Losses of importance remained i?t the end of the day, although the eloping was strong. The potential Influence behind to-day * plunge in prices was the money mar? ket, where discrimination was escer ?dscd against the industrial securities. The inability of sonic large linns to renew loans on those shares as col? lateral made it necessary to sacrifice stocks at the best prices obtainable. Call rates for money ranged from to ID per cent., but left off at the lower figure. The forced sales l>y many com mission houses lent renewed courage to the bears, who constantly found new spots of weakness. A number of money lenders on the floor of the exchange refutted to pay any attention to th tids made by some brokers, who were known to be trading heavily In the In? dustr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 9 April 1899

3 ^ ^ I 10 Page? | IN two parts. VOIj. III. so. 8. MnmiinmTTTT?VHH'fmr?nr?T I THE MOST LOCAL NEWS p and the best of it in the Vir- j c GiNiAN-PiLOT. That's why I I you see so many people read- | I ingthe VlRGINlAN-PlLOT. .ummmiiuiminiiuuimuamiiiiuimiimimu NORFOLK, V A., SUNDAY, AIM?IL 9, 1899. SIXTEEN PAGES PRICE THREE CENTS. LATEST NEWS OF THE WORLD BY TELEGRAPH AND CABLE-}p?!^^ A SETTLEMENT N?WJN SIGHT England Takes Action in the Samoan Question. GERMANY IS ANXIOUS Knrnrmlf Criccs llio S|icr<ly A|?iiotnt incut mid Dl?p?K'li or I'oihiiiI?hIoii ?Ii a< io I'rcvnil I'urtlii-r Dllticiil lion ? Cicrmiiu I oi-clun Ofliclnl Holds Hint Action of .1 111 it I c.i null British la 1'lonr Violntlbu ul MlllIIOIIU A i I A in l):iiiiul ii r Willie Itli*|-g|irpnniilo<l ? (?rriiinii < ?null nt Apln Repoi ta Itnliy Minor Col linloiia, mill Admiral K-ui's ? ub:?>? Kn I-'Igliilng?TniiiMi liialitllrtl um Kl MIT? (Dy Telegraph to Virglnlan-rilot.) Washington, April 8.?The British governmen...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 9 April 1899

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES TWO, THREE FIVE AND SIX. J WANTED._ UlAAIILY OF TUR13E WANT FOUR jj Booms? or will rent part of house. with reliable party. "A., Virglnlan-Pl Jot. ? gp9-3t? WANTED?'PEOPLE TO CALL ON AIADAAC BLRADO. tho celebrated palnvlst. at 230 MAJN ST It BET. Price . 25c. only. '_It ?jiTBD-A RaiiGIST%RED PI I Alt mac 1st; must bo oobcr and indus Itrious. Address P. O. Wjx 74, city. ?;>9-3,t?_ WANTED ? THREE OR FOUR Rooms, suitable for light house? keeping, wx?st of Bank 6trcet. Address "ROOMS," this office._ap'J-St SOBBRi AINtD INDUSTRIOUS YOUNG man, with- several years" business experience, desires position with stable firm, to advance himself. Addres? OBORG40, care Virginian-Pilot._It 117 ANTJ3D?A YoT'NvTl.VDY CLERK W nt WiXftHALLE'S, Call after 10 a, wp. 2S0 CHURCH ST._?10H^L WANTED, PARTNER ? I HAVE -the State agency for nn article needed In every store, factory and home. As I lack the means to extend the busi? ness, I will seil JttVlf interest, for ?L00. It i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 9 April 1899

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON P&GES TWO, THREE, FIVEAND SIX. WEATHER REPORT. Washington, D. C, April 8, 1899. Forecast for Sunday: For Virginia and North Carolina? Fair Sunday; fresh northwesterly winds; Monday fair and wanner. Norfolk nn<1 TIclnltT. WEATHER FORECAST FOR TO? DAY. Fair; slightly colder; westerly winds decreasing. TEMPERATURE, RAIKFAL.li AND HUMIDITY. April 8, 1899. Maximum temperature . Gl Minimum temperature . 52 Normal temperature . 54 Departure from normal .minus 4 Departure from normal since Janu? ary 1st .minus 142 Rainfall in 24 hours .53 Rainfall since 1st of month .1.24 Mean humidity . 84 CALENDAR. Bun rises at 5:37 a. m. and sets at 8:35 p. m. TIDES. Norfolk?High wnter, 8:24 a. m. and 8:40 p. m. Low water, 2:15 a. m. and 2:24 d. m. Old Point?High water, 8:03 a. m. and 8:19 p. m. Low water, 1:54 a. m. and 2:03 p. m._ ?IHM. ABDELL.?At the resltlenco of her daurhter, Mrs. M. S. Hodges, No. 11 Cumberland street, Friday, April 7th at 11:15 o'clock a. m., MARY S A...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 9 April 1899

IRGINI?N - PILOT. ?BT THE? fVlROlNlAN AND PILOT PUBLISHING _COMPANY._ lORrOM VIRGINIAN ?ND DAILY PILOT. (.Consolidated March. 1893.)_ Eutered at the Postofllco at Norfolk, !Va., a? aecond-claaa matter._ OFFICE: PILOT BUILDING. CITY. HALL AVENUE. _NORFOLK. VA._ OFFICERS: A. H. GBANDT. President; M. GLENN AN. VJce-Prcsldent: W. ?. ?WILKINSON. Treasurer; JAMLS L. AL? LEN. Secretory. ? BOARD OF DIRECTORS: A. II. Grandy, M. Glennan. L. D. Storlte. Jr., ?T. W. Shellon. R. W. Sbullicc, James b. Allen, D. F. Donovan. _ TURCC CENTS PERCOi'T. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: The VIRGINIAN-PILOT Is ?eUverea"to subscribers by carriers In ,Norft'lk_",'].<1 vicinity, Portsmouth. Berkley. b"?r in .West Norfolk. Newport News..,-forvM cents per week, payablo to the carrier Pr mail, to any place In the United Elates, postajo tree: OAir.T, oue year - - ?5 00 ?? aix utonlliB a.00 " Ibre* moullts - ? ???<> one iimn til . ? ? ?r,? ADVERTISING RATHS: AaverlHe tncnts Inaertca at the rate pt ?. ?'n"J? Square, f...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 9 April 1899

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES TWO, THREE, FIVE SIX AND EIGHT" COURT DECISIONS. 1 Notes of Cases Recently Decided, Which are of Interest to Our People. DIGESTED BY B- MARTIN, (Exclusively for Virglnlan-Pllot.) MEYER V. RICHMOND, &C. Supreme Court; of tho United States, December ?s, lS'JS. CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES TO PROPERTY BY AN OBSTRUCTION IN A STREET DOES NOT COME WITHIN THE CONSTITUTIONAL, PROVISION AGAINST DEPRIVING A PERSON OP PROPERTY WITH? OUT DUE- PROCESS OP I,AW. This was an appeal from the Supremo Court or Appeals of Virginia. Meyer owned a lot on Eighth street, in the city of Richmond, and brought this suit against the city and the Chesapeake & Ohio It. it. Co. for dumagos caused his said lot by reason of the obstruc? tion on Eighth strict, caused by lite trucks, shells, fences, etc., of the rail? road company, which were placed in said street under an ordinance of the city allowing the same. The obstruc? tions were not in front of Iiis lot. The plaltitlff contended ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 9 April 1899

ffl. SOCIETY'S REALM The period of sackcloth and ashes Is over, and Easter was urherod In with ?uhshlne and flowers, a fitting setting to begin Joyous d ys again. After the al? most unbroken c.uict which attends the JLenten season, :hlo air of festivity Is truly refreshing. The past week has been a busy ere !n the social world, and the gorgeous weather has added to the Kcal with wfcir-h old and young have Joined in for the ei j ynicnt to be had. The winter of car discontent has ended. Indeed, and v ircrria- ar.d happier sea eon has beg-. :-. Our eyes and hearts nave been gl.udcr.ca by the sight of the nappy brides an.: radiant bi idesgroofns, and betides the weddings, society haa given us other reals in the Easier dances and re-o; lions, while the hos? pitable doors of the Country Club have ?tood open w.de to welcome the num? erous cyclera who have reveled In the glorious wea.her And good rouds. Last Sunday being Easter was a day Bf. great pleasure. Family dinner par? ties were give...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 9 April 1899

WATT. RETTEW & CLAY. WATT. RETTEW & CLAY. Store Closes Promptly at 6 P. H.; Saturdays, iO. WATT. RETTEW & CLAY. .WATT. RETTEW * CLAY. Light Draperies and Hangings in all their pretty newness. The early shipments of light-weight draperies are ready. . the splendid-wearing Scotch Lace Curtains come in a host of nf ?v and very attractive patterns. And, they have a decided improvement over the old style tape bound curtains. These new ones have patent over-lock corded edges. The edges can't fray out. Full width and length. The prices are 75c, $1, $1.25, ?1.50, ?1.75, $2, ?2.50 and ?3 the pair. Now Irish Point Lice Curtains? 54, 85, SS.ro. $?'. on up to $10 tho uair. Now Swiss Tambour I^ico Curtains? $2, S2.50 and S3 the pair. Very pretty India I^aco Curtains?for window and door draperies?colored cross stripes?deep borders?fringed ?41.50 the isilr. a gteat assortment of New Sash Nets ?32-Inch. Klsh Net, 17c; SO-lnch I Pantty Laco Stripe, 20c.; 30-Inch ,? i Figured Fish Net, 25...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 9 April 1899

FREIGHT AGENTS National Association to Meet in Norfolk in June. Hear.i ol Trmloiil ?vi tins laut Nigtil Decided to Extern! f??iirictlcB ? Piiih nl i.ail .\ot SnimlHccory - liar can ? it dl im. A meeting or the directors of the board of Trade Mid Business Men's (association was held last night. The resolutions adopted by the com? mittees of the Lynchburg, Richmond nnd Norfolk Board of Trade, at their conference held In this city a few days ngo concerning the bill^of lading, were read and approved. The resolutions read us follows: Resolved, That the railway compa? nies be, notified that the new bill ot lading known as the Virginia bill of lading, offered by them, Is not satis? factory to us, and that we renew our. request that they restore the former forms of bill of lading for use for all signature shipments, and ask as early a reply from them as circumstances will permit. That the Attorney General be request? ed to give us his opinion as to legality of the present form of signature ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 9 April 1899

Cuban Bombproof Generals Not Consulted are Disgruntled Have its TUueli IM it I? I to l>ttrllol|tnto in 21 |n ItcMloralloii la Supremo loill' iitoml i?? U 011?? rail In AC ll'I der Vlco. <By Telegraph to Virglnlan-Pllot.) Havana, April 55.?-The generals ha. not yet officially notified General Max? imo Gomez of his reinstatement In the command of the Cuban army. Barto? lome Maso and May la Rodriguez have been named us members of the execu? tive advisory board. The wrangling over the naming of the third member continues. Home of the Cuban generals who Trre not actually in command of forces met Informally at the Hotel Inglctarra last night and protested against the ac? tion of the other Cuban generals, de? claring that they, as generals, had as much right to assist In the deliberations and to be heard as those In actual command of forces. The other generals insist that only command rs of forces have a right to take action. There is no doubt Gomez will eventually be re? instated. D...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 9 April 1899

NEWS FROM RICHMOND AND OTHER PARTS OF VIRGINIA. RICHMOND NEWS AND GOSSIP Norfolk Man's Fruitless Search liFor Missing Father. BELIEVED TO BE ALIVE TlsHor? to tbe nodical College Ap? polnfnd? Tbo Mnrylnn?! V:. gin in Oyster IIH;.jlc~.,\ihhI Ilrncrvcs , vinc'pri Elected? Exnmlnod For i Commissions ? i lie. Wluule Da v in Monument' 1.-..A - -n?r) ? I" (Special to Vlrglnlan-Pllot.) Richmond, Va? April 8.?Governor Tyler to-day received a letter from Mr. J. M. Wilson, No. 117 Windsor avenue, making further Inquiries regarding his father, John T. Wilson, the Chesterfield (armer whose mysterious disappearance In this city on or about the Tlh day of March last has been recorded in this correspondence. Nothing has been heard of Wilson. His son -writes that on last Tuesday be? fore returning to Norfolk he was in? duced against his will to consult a for? tune teller regarding his father's dis? appearance. While talking to the wo? man her husband came in and told him ho had met. a man about ten ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 9 April 1899

ID SOCIETY'S MBU! , ICConoludcd from Seventh Page.) commemorates the deeds of those brave soldiers who gave their lives for the Lost Cause, but Is a magnificent orna? ment, It should appeal to every man, woman and child In. the city of Nor? folk. In view of this fact we aro en? couraged to ask for a large and gen? erous response and liberal patronage. The following ladles have been selected to act on the different committees, and are requested to meet the ladles of the Plckett-Buchanan Chapter of the mem? bers of the auxiliary In the hall of the camp Thursday 13th, at 12 o'clock: Mrs. Charles F. Mclntosh, Mrs. Richard "Waidrop, Mrs. T. R, Borland. Mrs. H. N. Page, Mrs. J. T. Allyn, Mrs. R. B. Cooke, Mrs. S. Hamburger, Mrs. G. M. P. Batts, M?. David Lowenberg, Mrs. W. T. Irvine, Mrs. O. W. Gordon, Mrs. M.' Umstadter, Mrs. C. F. Myers, Mrs. N. Beaman, Mrs. John Wilkinson, Mrs. Washington Taylor, Mrs. Frank A. Walke, Mrs. Walter P. Burrow. Mrs. G. M. Serpell, Mrs. L. Hecht, Miss Llda S...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 9 April 1899

the; nejwb from the old north state and its capital OUR RALEIGH NEWSLETTER Truck and Fruit Crops Greatly Damaged. COTTON MILLS INDUSTRY r?acli Treee Alice led by Nan Joao (Scale?Convicts on the state Farm ? 1 ho tolcomeo Cotton Mills-111 Hi? lary Note*?The Fnre .Food T,n w? ?A Sensational Murder? Rorlb Car? oltoa's 8pon?ora-ISotcs, -_ Raleigh, NT. C, April 8.?Reports lo the .Weather Bureau here, for the weekly crop bulletin, show that great havoc was caused in the trucking sec? tion of the State by the recent frosts and the snow storm. Much of the early produce was entirely destroyed and all of It received a severe setback. Con? servative estimates ulaco the damage to the strawberry crop along the Wil? mington and W'cldon railroad at 25 perl cent, of the whole crop. Although many farmers covered their crops and sus? tained practically no less, others failed to cover and suffered heavily. The crop | Was looking extra fine before the freeze. The statement is made that the San I Joso s...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 9 April 1899

RELATIONS OF MONEY. The value of money it? Its relation to tommodltlcs anil other forms of prop? erty with which it Is composed, and ns this relation is constantly changing and is never llxed, congress cannot tlx it. It can only "regulate" the value of money. How does congress regulato the value of money .' By making of it a scale or standard. In the denomina? tion or unit of which, and its multi? ples and tractions, all values arc ex? pressed, precisely as the weight and di rftenslons of objects are expressed In terms of the standard of weights and measures. This was d ine by the twen? tieth section pf. the act of lTtK!, which organized our monetary system, and Which reads an follows: "And be it further enacted, that the money of account of the United States shall be expressed In dollars or units, dimes or tenths, cents or hundredths, land mllles or thousandths; a dime be? ing the tenth part of a dollar, a cent the hundredth part of a dollar, a mille the thousandth part of a dollar...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 9 April 1899

PORTS MOUTH LOCAL NEWS AND ADVERTISEM ENTS CHRONICLES OF INTEREST r r -- ljj Portsmouth, Jhe Beautiful City By the Sea. FOUND HERE AND THERE The IifttQBt Hnpn-nlncft In llio CHy nml rsmiilj HrcneiitPtl In <'<>nclni> Form For Hip ' '' >'1 <?<> *>r Vir? glnlnmaPllnt ItciMlcm lloro nu<l .Elsewhere ? Oo?i!p For !>0|>l? Who Desire to Keep l?n>tc?l. "A thief visited the hennery of Rev. R. B. Egglestbn Friday night and took away, all of his fancy chickens, in? cluding a setting hen. Attention ia called to the advertise? ment of A. J. Phillips in this issue. See what he has to offer. Bee call-of Stonewall Camp notice to lta member? to attend the funeral o? A. C. Ironmonger. The funeral of Mr. A. C. Ironmonger ?will take place this afternoon at 4:30 o'clock from the residence, No. 203 Cooke street, Park View. The funeral of Mr. J. Q. Anderson will be held from Central M. E. Church this afternoon at 3 o'clock. The Republicans will put a full ticket In th...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 9 April 1899

PORTSMOUTH LOCAL NEJS AND ADVERTISEMENTS. _,_ Continued. ML ML W to secure a beaut'iful organdy, dimity or p k. dress before tu 1-2 rest styles ard sold. 25c. organ'difs for 12v.c. a complete line of table linens. quilts. sheets and house furnishings. tur best 6c. iva-ns on the market (organdy patterns). a complete line of dress ei nino s: collar stiffening ready for use; feather. hone in all shades?white p. k. bind1no. TERMS CASH 320 HIGH STREET. eXT^milNEB THIS LIST. 50 Dots In Brighton, from $G5 to $100; 40 DMs In Cottage Place, from $125 to $350 a lot; CO IiOt3 In Park View, from JIOo to $500 a lot; 4 Loi3 on Court street; 2 lAla on Crawford street; 2 nice Houses and vacant lot on Dinwlddlc street; 3 fine Houses) In Park View cheap; small House on Queen street; 1 on Rart street; 1 JIouso and 2 Ijots In iirighton for less than house cost to build. 1 have S or 10 small Houses Cor sale that will pay 15 per cent, on price asked. If nothing here suits you, call at my ofllco and let m...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 9 April 1899

Review oe the Markees. Shipping News and Real Estate Business. New York, April 8.?Interest In to? day** market centered about the bank Statement, which, on Its appearance, re? ceived a variety ot interpretations. The Hirst impression seemed favorable as prices rose at a lively rule but fuller analysis of the statement appeared less optimistic to, some, as realizing set In, leaving the market weak at the end and irregularly changed on the day. The speculation was characterized all uay by feverishncss and Irregularity. 'After an early show of .strength weak? ness uppenred, and some stocks lost 3 Vor cent. After the shaking out o? many speculators yesterday the ner? vousness to-day may be considered nat? ural. Some fortunate purchasers at yesterday's low level accepted hand? some profits to-day, while certain bro? kers' who had sold too hastily on re? ceiving increased margins from custo? mers, bought back stocks sold. There was a dribbling of standard stocks that their owners might pr...

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