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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 14 April 1899

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES TWO, THREE, FIVE AND S?T COURT DECISIONS. Notes of Cases Recently Decided, Which are of Interest to Our People. DIGESTED BY W. B- MARTIN, (Exclusively for Virginian-Pilot.) ATKINSON V. PLUMB. Supreme Court of Appeals, West Va., THE EVIDENCE OF PARTIES WHO ATTEMPT TO IMPOSE ON A COURT OF EQUITY BY" FALSE STATEMENTS. MANUFACTURED ACCOUNTS. OR THE LIKE. SHOULD BE REJECTED ON THli HEARING OF THE CAUSE. The facts of the cane appear from the court's remarkable opinion. The court says: Plumb, a mechanic?a house painter nnd paper hanger.?with little capital, but lots of pluck, began business as a green grocer in a little old frame build? ing In Parkersburg; his wife, Mary Jane Plumb, at abuut the same time running a restaurant, both working to? gether for mutual benefit,?not an un? common occurrence for husband and wife; not a thing to arouse unwarrant? ed suspicion or to create alarm. Being good Baptists, they made the acquaint? ance of the plaintiff, Atkinson,...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 14 April 1899

LOCAL NEWS CONTINUED FROM PAGE FIVE?TELEGRAPH CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE. GOMEZ IN COMMAND Restored to Old Position of Com? mander in Chief. A*U? For Council or ?punrnl? in A<U Xlnp natl An*!?! Ulm-A<lvi?r<i fjotlt? nute? fo Tlsll tienorul Itroohe Mutier Holl* Delivered I'p. (By, Telegraph lo Vlrglnlan-Pllot.) Havana, April 13.?Popular disap? proval lias caused tleneral Ludlow, In command o( tin Department of Ha? vana, to hold u:> ih<< appointment of Senor Agucrro as superintendent of the relief of the destitute. The local news? papers lire opposed to him. The ?'"bau generals this afternoon ?waited upon General Maximo Gomes otli.-lnlly and informed him Hint i h??>? desired him to represent the army In any negotiations with the United States military authorities In Cuba. General Gomez accepted the trust. Miter which nil waited upon Governor Gcnernl Brooke to discuss with him the detulls of disarmament and payme...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 14 April 1899

THE NffWS FROM THE OLD NORTH STATE AND ITS CAPITAL OUR RALEIGH NEWSLETTER Captain Day in Control of tha Penitentiary. RESTORED TO OLD POST Declvlon^ofNunrcme C'nnrt I'roiuptly ?>boycrt-l>r. Abbott Will Fight l or 3'oalllou of Hallj-ontl C'oiiiiiiImsIou* or-Clinmbcr or Commerce Warle Inir For City?Tlio Sow Library? Charters GrnntoU ? Xolcx. Raleigh, N. C April 13.?Captain Bill Day in again in complete possession and full control of the penitentiary. The Executive Committee of the new board, which has for the past month been managing the institution, yester? day afternoon went out with their at? torneys and turned things over, as di? rected by the Supreme Court, to the new superintendent. On account of the revolution wrought by the decision a meeting of the direc? tors of the State penitentiary is called for Saturday. Both old and new direct, s are in? cluded in the call, which Is made by the Executive Committee of the new board and by Captain Day, the rein Mated...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 14 April 1899

NEWS FROM RICHMOND AND OTHER PARTS OF VIRGINIA. RICHMOND NEWS AND GOSSIP The Governor Pardons a Footless Convict. VICTIM OF CONSPIRACY Tb? Han whose Mouse Carter En? tered In I'alnskn, Asked For Pur. don lii'imnt Offered For Appro hcuilou of .Unrderer ? Capltnl Kotes-Andrew Cnrnocle'n Geuer oniij IHfd lu Baltimore, (Special to Vlrglnlan-rilot) Richmond, Va? April 13.?Governor Tyler to-day granted a pardon to Ross Carter, who was convicted at the Sep? tember, 1S97, term of the County Court ol Washington, and sentenced to five years in the penitentiary for burglary. The pardon was asked for by the Commonwealth'sAttorncy.the assistant attorney who prosecuted Carter, the sheriff and clerk of the county, the Mayor of Ablngdon and other good citizens. As the result of a fever con? tracted while working In a coal mine, Carter had to have both feet ampu? tated eorne >ears ago. The members of the Jury say they would have Imposed a lighter sentence if they could have done so under ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 14 April 1899

THE NEWS FROM VIRGINIA CONTINUED FROM PAGE EIGHT. PRESBYTERIANS MEET A Great Gathering in Rich? mond. Many Delegates In Atteudnrtco on the CoiunilMlou ? Reports Submitted nnil DIsenMOd?Action ou flcnth of I>r. Ilogo?Dclcgnto From France, Richmond, Va., April 13.?The com? mission convened In the First Presby? terian Church at 9::>0 o'clock. The pro? ceedings wore opened With prayer. Rev. Dr. William Caven, chairman of the committee, presiding. The roll call showed a large number of delegates present. The semi-annual report of the secre? tary, Rev. Dr. William Henry Roberts, of Philadelphia, was submitted. The report contained an allusion to the death of Kev. Dr. Moses 1?. Hose, of Richmond, and Rev. Dr. J. M. Kins, of Canada, and suggested the appoint? ment of committees to draft appro? priate resolutions. The matter of the Synod of the Chris? tian Reformed Church is not lost sight of. and the hope is expressed that a delegation therefrom may bo present at the S...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 14 April 1899

PORTSMOUTH LOCAL IM EWS AND ADVERTISEMElNTS CHRONICLES OF INTEREST Portsmouth, The Beautiful City By the Sea. FOUND HERE AND THERE Tbe l.!?lc?1 lliipiM'tiinca '" ir>? * niKl County l'rcuciitc?! In Concise i huh for ilif K?llflci%ilnn ??f Vir? gliilmi-rilnl ICpuiIerM Hero nml KUewlmre ? tionxlp For I'coplo IVbo Desire lo Keep routed. A pookotbook, containing money, wns found yesterday. Hoc "ad-" A first-class clgarmaker can find cm ploment by applying to W. T. Backus. See "ad." Justice C. C. Haynes yesterday sen? tenced John Young and Albert Rendel man to the county jail for thirty days each' for larceny of a watch, ring and chain of tbe value of $45, the property of 'Squire Charles W. Rustic The small boy will bo In bis glory In a few days, as a circus will be here. Miss Maud Fcathcrbrldge, of Salem, Va., arrived<in the city yesterday on a visit to friends. She will remain several weeks. A seven-room house out Linden ave? nue, Park View, is advertised for rent....

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 14 April 1899

1111? "if HUB M PI II Now Is Your Opportunity. TO SECURE A BEAUTIFUL ORGANDY. DIMITY OR P K. DRESS BEFORE THE BEST STYLES ARE SOLD. 25C. ORGANDIES FOR 12? *C. A COMPLETE LINE OF TABLE LI NENS QUILTS. SHEETS AND HOUSE FURNISHINGS. TUB BES"" CC. LAWNS ON THE MARKET (ORGANDY PATTERNS). A COMPLETE LINE OF DRESS LH ING S: COLLAR ST IFFENINO READY FOR USE; FEATHER BOND IN ALL SHAD ES?WHITE 1*. K. BINDING. BMMBTT E>E^.Z^?S, TER^S CASH. 320 HIGH STREET. THIS LIST. CO Lots In Brighton, from $G5 to $100; 10 Dots In Cottas? Place from $125 to $350 a lot: 50 Lots In Park View, from $100 to $500 a, lot: 4 Ivots on Court street: 2 Lots on Crawford street; 2 nice Houses and vacant lot on Dlnwiddic street: 3 line Houses In Park View cheap: small House on Queen street; 1 on Itarl street; 1 House and 2 Ixils In Brighton for less than house cost to build. 1 have S or 10 small Houses Pur sale that will pay 15 per cent, on price nskecl. If nothing hero suits you. call at my office and let me ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 14 April 1899

Review of the Markets, Shipping" News and Real Estate Business. REYEIW OF MARKETS FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL Stocks, Money, Exchange, Bonds, Grain, Cotton, Provisions, Etc. New York, April 13.?Local transpor? tation and gas properties wore advanc? ed smartly to-duy, and retained about liair the rise to the end. Brooklyn Transit's strength was conntetird with Its purchases of the King's C?Vity Kle vated system. There were no new devel? opments to account for the rise in Man? hattan and Metropolitan. Assurance that adverse legislation was unlikely helped Consolidated Gas and Brooklyn 1'nion Gas. Among other specialties that were strong were Sugar and Press? ed Steel Car. The activity and strength of the specialties caused the early weakness in London to be Ignored and the standard railways were neglected until the afternoon, when renewed ac? tivity was at the expense of values. Some considered the Salyonn Incident as a bear argument, hut crop damage reports caused the Grangers to be sol...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 15 April 1899

?ptxiiiiiitmuuitmtMviuiiiUxiu-nxtoxt^ I l?? Pages I 3 ?IN TWO PARTS. i ^TmTTtTTTTTTTTTMlTTMlMMTMMMTTTTTTTT TTTtlS xrr.T?TJT.T.Tr V ASATin?nAY. APT?TT, IB. 1S99 ?TWELVE PARES rrrr t ttttttttttttttttt tt?ttttt? ? tttt ? ?tt f ? t? tttm tttt rrYTTj c THE MOST LOCAL NEWS t I and the best of it in the VlR- I ? GINIAN-Pilot. That's why E I you see so many people read- c ing the Virginian-Pilot. ?1<UiU*iill'Li.i1i*..iii.1u.1iaH1il.i.Ui.in.iui ?AAA3 THREE CENTS PER COPY LATEST NEWS of THE WOR^iJb^TELEGRAPH AND CABLE.}conpan0?ee:on THE SAMOAN CONTROVERSY McKinley's Cabinet Considers the Situation. A COMPLETE REPORT Real ('linse or Iho Blulnnrn Uprising t:x|ilntur?l ? '1 lie Tlireo 1'arile* to (lie Iterilii TreiMjr Agree TJpou lu xt rue?in hi la 1 hrlr Nnmonn Com> nilMtouere- Wlmt Ttieir Ittproion tntlTOH SIny ?u-A Kccue In the Gcrmnu Relclialnc?Onr Coin ml*" ?inner? <<> *'?*r?s 1'rnoo Conrcrciico In<ilriiulcili * (By Telegraph...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 15 April 1899

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES TWO, THREE FIVE AND SIX. LOST. LOST-TI IURSDAY A FTDJRNOON, either on Bank or Freemason streets, tho Gold-Rim of a Pocket-Book, marked "C. W. G." Liberal reward'If re? turned to 476 Freemason street. It* WANTED. WANTED ? BY RESPECTABLE whit? person, a placo t'o do house work or take care of children or Invalid. "R. H. B-," this office. apl5-3t ANTED?A - RELIABLE W?M?5 to cook and do house-cleaning for small family. Apply promptly, 305 I^vitt avenue;' Hramhicfon. api?-3t OUNG MAN, SEVERAL YEARS AS clerk wants position: best of refer? ences with Cash bond If necessary. Ad? dress BUSINESS, this office. apl4-3t* ?TfTB?.-? A YOU KG LADY DE slres :l position as stenographer and typewriter; can glvo good references. Address MISS C, 151 Falkland street. apl3-3t _ YOUNG MAN WITH 5 YEARS' experience desires position in cloth? ing and gents' furnishing store or any clorleal work: have some experience In shorthand and typewriting: best of refer? ences furnished. Add...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 15 April 1899

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON~PAGES TWO." THREE, FIVE AND SIX WEATHER REPORT._ Washington, April 14. Weather forecast for Saturday: Virginia and North' Carolina?Fair and 'cooler Saturday; fresh westerly -winds; probably fair Sunday. Norfolk and Ylclnlty 1 WEATHER FORECAST FOR TO? DAY. Fair and cooler; brisk southwest to ?west -winds. TEMPERATURE. RAINFALL AND HUMIDITY. Maximum temperature. 86 Minimum temperature . 68 Normal temperature . 66 Departure fro normal .plus 16 Departure since Jan. 1st.minus 126 Rainfall In past 24 hours.0 Rainfall since 1st of month .1.34 Mean humidity . 66 CALENDAR. Sun rises, 5:30 a. m.; sets, 6:40 p. nr.. TIDES. Norfolk?High water, 0:35 a. m. *and 1:02 p. m.; low water, 6:56 a. m. and 7:00 p. m. Old Point?High water, 0:14 a. m. and 12:41 p. m.; low water, 6:35 a. m. and 0:39 p. m._ DIED. JOYNER.?At her residence. 132 Scott street, Thursday. April 13th. at 7 o'clock a. m.. ELITHA JOYNER, aged GO vears. Funeral will take place at 2 o'clock THIS (Saturday) AFTERN...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 15 April 1899

VIRGINIAN - PILOT. ?DY THE? .VIRGINIAN AND PILOT PUBLISHING COM PA-NY. MM filH AHD DAILY PILOT. (Consolidated March, 1S58.) Entered at tho Postofftco at Norfolk, ,Va.. as second-class matter. OFFICE: PILOT BUILDING. CITY HALL AVENUE. norfolk, va. OFFICEIIS: A H. GItANDY. President. M. GLENNAN. V:ce-Ft esldcnt: W. ? WILKINSON. Treasurer; JAMES L. AL LEN. Secretary. , HOARD OF IM HECTORS: A. It. Grandy. M. Glennan, L. D. Starke Jr.. T. W. Sbeltan. it VV. Shuttle?, James L. Alien. D. b\ Donovan. tiirec ?ks r.i i'K? _ subscription rates: The Vt RGINl AN-PI LOT l.^ellve^ subscribers by cniriors ,n, J.V'Tolk vicinity, Pcitsmonth, B?rkley. S?"?Iki Went Norfolk. Newport how* JKJ? cents per week, payable to the <?">er By mall. !o any place hi the Unltca Btalcs. postage free: llAIM,,. y.xir - - (?IS motil Ii? 15 ?0 ? ' ?In? r nionili* - - one til oil til - ? ? VaDVER+ISINO RATES: AdverlUe n:ents lnstrtcc. at the r."e of 7? -cn" " Bqilsre. Mist Insertion: each subsequent ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 15 April 1899

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES TWO, THREE. HVE~?ND S JX COURT DECISIONS. Notes of Cases Recently Decided, Which are of Interest to Our People. DIGESTED BY W-B-MARTIN, (Exclusively for Virglnlan-Pllot) P. C. C. & ST. Tj. R- CO. V. BD. PUB. WORKS, WEST. VA. Supreme Court of the United Slates. November 28, 1S9S THD COLLECTION OF TAXES AS? SESSED UNDER AUTHORITY OF A STATE WILL NOT BE ENJOIN KD BY A FEDERAL COURT, UN? LESS THE TAX IS ILLEGAL AND ALSO THE OWNER OF THE PROP? ERTY HAS NO ADEQUATE REM? EDY AT LAW, AND THERE ARE SPECIAL CIRCUMSTANCES BRINGING THE CASE UNDER SOME RECOGNIZED HEAD OF EQUITY JURISDICTION. PROVISION FOR REVIEW AND CORRECTION BY A COURT OF THE ASSESSMENT IS ADEQUATE AND WILL PREVENT SUCH AN INJUNCTION. PREVIOUS NOTICE TO OWNER IS NOT NECESSARY, IF THERE IS NOTICE, AND RIGHT TO APPEAL TO A COURT TO BE HEARD. AND OFFER EVIDENCE, BEFORE THE ASSESSMENT IS FINALLY FIXED. This was a suit by appellant railroad company to enjoin the appellees from the assessment...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 15 April 1899

LOCAL NEWS CONTINUED FROM PAGE FIVE?TELEGRAPH CONTINUED" ".FROM PAGE ONE divise services sunday. PROTESTANT EPISCOPAL.. Christ, corner of Freemason and Cumberland streets, Ttev. Dr/Carl K. Grammer, rettor.?Holy communion at 7:30 a. m. Morning; prayer and sermon nt 11 a. m. Evening prayer and pre? sentation of Sunday school offerings at 4:30 p. m. The hour is changed for this service from 5 to 4:30 p. m; on ac? count of it being a special occasion. St. Paul's, Church and Cove streets, Ttev. B. D. Tucker, rector?Services at 11 a. m. and evening prayer at 5 p. m. St. Luke's, corner of Granby and Bute streets, Rev. A. S. Lloyd, rector. ?Preaching by Dev. W. Woodson Walker, of the Southern Diocese of Vir? ginia, at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. St. Peter's, Brown avenue. Bramble ton. Ttev. C. E. Woodson. rector?Ser? vices at 11 a. m. and 7:45 p. m. Emmanuel Chapel, corner of Wide and Calvert streets, Bev. John II. Dick? inson, curate.?Services at 11 a. m. and . 8 p. m. METHODIST EPISCOPAL. Epwort...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 15 April 1899

THE NEWS FROM THE, OLD NORTH STATE AND ITS CAPITAL OUR RALEIGH NEWS LETTER The Penitentiary Directors May Possibly Resign, THE REASON THEREFOR It Is Hot Believed That They Will Ac? cept Divided Ileapoiinlbllliy-Nii* pretue Court Decision ainy Ilclnln Burn* na Keeper of C*>pllol?Invea OgiMIng Splenetic Fever ? 'Ino Abbott-IleudIn?Hold Cnao. Raleigh, N. C, April 14.?Tl Is not at all Improbable that the new board of penitentiary directors may resign, un? less Day gives them control of the in? stitution. The throe members of the Executive Committee of the board?Travis, New land and Osbprn?considered the ques? tion yesterday, but reached no conclu? sion. The members of the board will have to settle the question for them? selves when they meet here on the 27th. Captain Day, the reinstated superin? tendent, is purring soft encouragement to them to hold on. Ho said-yesterday: "I hone the new board will not re? sign. Those that I know personally are gentlemen and men of character;...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 15 April 1899

NEWS FROM RICHMOND AND OTHER PARTS OF VIRGINIA RICHMOND NEWS AND GOSSIP An Appeal to the Governor From Pheobus. THE ORDER PROMULGATED Stiporlutendenti Anlborlsed to Iua< Xencbera Certificates to Graduates of Cortuln HebooU?Medical t'ola leg* Profcseor Reilffui ? Slreot KniinnT Deal-Will nailer Ont Major Tyler. (Special to Vlrglnlan-Pllot.) Richmond. Va? April 14.?Governor Tyler to-day revolved a letter from a mother residing: at Phoebus. V.l., who prays the help of His Excellency in se? curing the admission of her children to the public schools, entrance being de? nied them because of the charge that their mother had negro blood In her veins. The mother writes very earnestly. She says she was born of German par? entage in Baltimore and has Jewish blood in her veins. She was educated In the public schools of her native city and refers to many of the school offl clals of Baltimore to establish her race. Bhe says she married a man prominent In business In Washington and live...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 15 April 1899

THE NEWS FROM VIRGINIA^ CONTINUED FROM PAGE EIGHT PETERSBURG. I Notes From the City On the Appomattox. Escaped Surry Frlaoner Recaptured ?Prince George Democrnli Make Piomlnrttlotis ? Jndgo Hancock Token Slck-The T. P, A. Petersburg, Va., April 14.?The Pe? tersburg Episcopal Convention met In third day's session this morning. At 11 o'clock the convocation sermon was preached by the Rev. W. B. Capers, of. Farmvllle. The essay ot Mr. Pulllam was eo chaste and practical that it was re? solved to have 1,000 copies printed lor distribution through the congregation ot the convocation. After discussing various questions connected with missionary work, the convention, adjourned sine die. ESCAPED rniSONEB CAUGHT. William Walker, one of the two ne? gro prisoner* who got out of the county Jail of Surry a few nights ago, has been captured here. Be was arrested last night on suspicion, and this morning he was fined by the Mayor $20 and costs for carrying a pistol concealed. He subsequently confe...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 15 April 1899

PORTSMOUTH LOCAL NEWS AND ADVERTISEMENTS CHRONICLES OF INTEREST Portsmouth, The Beautiful City By the Sea. FOUND HERE AND THERE Tbo Latest Happen Ine? In the < ny and Genntai Presented in Vonelne Form For Ibo Edification of Vir? glnlnnnPllot Heilder? Hero nnd Elaenbtre ? Gomlp For I'cople Who Desire to ttocp Potted. Monumental Church services for Sun Bay.?Preaching by the pastor. Rev. L. B. Betty. 11 a. m. subject: "Trans? mitted Piety;" 7:45 p. 'm. subject. "The Wise Purpose of the Head of a Distin? guished Family." Quartermaster Sergeant Walter R. Bennett, of the Fourth Virginia Regi? ment, now encamped at Savannah, Ga., lias, been called home by the death of bis mother-in-law, Mrs. Mary A. Law? rence. Thursday night a crowd of boys got Into the fine flower garden of Mr. Jo? seph Booth, on the corner of Fifth nnd Jefferson streets, and carried away and destroyed a large quantity of flowers. The parties are known and It is very likely they will be prosecuted. Judge Watts...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 15 April 1899

PORTSMOUTH LOCAL NEWS AND ADVERTISEMENTS. _ _;_ Continued. M BIO DROP ?in prices will scare any thinking man. When you see a clothier offering for $10 Suits that used to be worth $20, tie a chain to your money when you pass his door. You might be tempted to buy, and you'd regret it. - We sell honest goods at honest prices and you get your money's-worth. We mention a tew. MEN'S SUITS Cheviots, Cassimeres, Worsteds and Serges, $6 50, $7.87, $9.50 and $12.00, all elegantly tailored. MEN S TROUSERS $1.15, $2, $3 and $5, every pair perfect in detail and fit. Boys' and Children's Suits, new and novel styles. Silk Front Shirts, 62c. Be prudent and give us a trial. - LEVY dfe JACOBS, 200 High Street. Portsmouth's Best Clothiers. Now Is Your Opportunity. r' TO SECURE A BEAUTIFUL ORGANDY, DIMITY OR P. IC. DRESS BEFORE TUB BEST STYLES ARE SOLD. 25C. ORGANDIES FOR 12',iC. A COMPLETE LINE OF TABLE LI NBNS. QUILTS, SHEETS AND HOUSE FURNISHINGS. THE BEST 6C. LAWNS ON TTTE M ARKET (ORGANDY PATTERNS...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 15 April 1899

Review of- the Markets, Shipping News -and Real Estate Business. MEIWOFJARKETS FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL Stecfcs, Money, Exchange, Bonds, Grain, Cotton, ProYislons, Etc. New York, April 14.?Trading was rather sluggish tho most of. the day, transactions only slightly exceeding half a Million shares. Local transporta? tion shares continued prominent In the dealings, while the railways moved ?within narrow limits. The idea that Brooklyn Transit might benefit by some of the mooted electrical combinations made the stock in keen request. The Stock sold "ex-the subscription rights" from 129 to 134%, closing at 134, against last night's 130. Manhattan, too, went ?up some 3 points, whilo Metropolitan, after an early display >of strength, broke 7 yolnts,; closing with a net loss of 3 . points. Among other strong specialties "were Sugar, People's Gas, Continental Tobacco, Federal Steel, Rubber and Tennessee Coal, tho two last named ris? ing 8 and 6 points, respectively. The railway l...

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