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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 18 April 1899

COOBT- DECISIONS. Nol Cases R conlly Decided, cli ate of Interest to Our People. DIGESTED BY V. 15. MARTIN, (Exclusively for Virglnlan-Pllot.) B. B. & B. R. It. C. V. CITY OF NEW WHATCOM. Supreme Court oC the United States, Jauu.ii y 3, i ?99. AN ALLEGATION IX AX ANSWER THAT NOTICE <>K A REASSESS? MENT WAS INSUFFICIENT, A N P T II E It 10 F O R E DEFENDA NT . PROPERTY WAS SOUGHT TO BE TAKEN WITHOUT DUE PROCESS OF LAW. RAISES A FEDERAL QUESTION. A NOTICE OF REASSESSMENT FOR A STREET IMPROVEMENT, AL? LOW IXC TEN DAYS ONLY FOR OBJECTIONS. IS NOT INSUFFI? CIENT FOB DUE PROCESS OF LAW BECAUSE THE TIME IS TOO SHORT. The property of the plaintiff in error, which was a private corporation was reassessed for a dre t Improvement (im former assessn ent Iii vlng been declar? ed void) under the laws of the State pi Washington, These laws provided, among other things, ?hat the owner of land assessed i'such Improvements should have 10 days within which to file obj...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 18 April 1899

THE HEALTH OF NORFOLK. LETTER PROM PR WERTEN BAKER TO BOARD OF 11 HA 1.TIL Several days ago Dr. C P. Wcrtcn baker, <>r the United Stativ. Marino Hos? pital Service, arrived in Norfolk as a special agent <-f the government to re port on the health conditions of the city. l>r. Wortenbakor's coming to Norfolk was not known previous to his ar? rival, and i'. Is supposed that he was sent here l>y lh< surgeon general to I ascertain the truth or certain news* I paper r< ports that had be -n telegraphed i iiom tills city by special writers. II Is said thai Dr. Wortetibnkor made very thorough Inspection and that his report satlsllcd the department In Washington thai lh< re was no necessity foi cither government assistance or In? terference. When t?r. Worlonbnkcr was In Nor? folk the ?resident "t the Hourd of Health asked htm i" thoroughly Inves? tigate the methods in practice licrC and write him what ho t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 18 April 1899

THI^ NEWS FRQM THE ?hD NORTH STATE AND ITS CAPITAL RALEIGH NEW AND GOSSIP .... _ The Day Decision Has Precipitated Many Contests. BOARD OF AGRICULTURE Tlx- OKI lludy Will Hold on nnd Com? pel tiio New Board to itriiiu Binti t'ur I'OHSfSklou - HI liny Knits For Divorce -Mew riirnlUir??* r'nclory SInnlorors Reiuovod?Nlttlo ItiliiU era Ainot'latton. Raleigh, N. C, Arrll 17.- It is now said that tho old Board of Agriculture has determined to refuse to recognise the new Democratic members. Tho present olllcers?Commissioners John It. Smith, Secretary J. L. Ramsey and others?propose to hold on ami compel Commissioner-elect Patterson, Secretary-elect Dm nor and the new commissioners to bring suit. This is the plan now. Though the old board has already recognized und sat at one meeting with tho new members of the board, the legal questions in? volved uro being Investigated and the old board will contest If they find any sort of probability of their winning out in the courts. A slmllur condit...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 18 April 1899

Virginia and Maryland Oystar Question Settled Amicably. MEED VIRGINIA TROOPS Will Appoint lli-l" [TO IPS "> Cowfrr-i enco "f t'h n llKS Putting Cnpllnl nn<i OronnU? In Order Sorted III* Term?Tbc May Coulrrenco ? Jtr. M nrtln'a Headqiturlcra?A * letorj 1'or Creditors. (Special to Virginian-Pilot.) Richmond, Va., April 17.?G ivern >r Tyler announced to-day that Ills efforts to secure n settlement of tlu> oyster dispute between Virginia and Maryland bad been perfectly successful, a recent letter from Governor Lowndes showing that the Maryland authoi Lies were en? tirely in harmony with those of Vir? ginia. Governor Tyler will make public the details of the settlement when he shall have received certain lllforniati in from Commonwealth's Attorney 11. T. Gunter, of Accomac county. Governor Tyler received to-day o. telegram from a New fork paper say? ing that It is evident many note tro< pi arc needed in the Philippines, and ask? ing ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 18 April 1899

THE WORLD V ^ OF SPORT BALTIMORE, S: NEW YORK, 1. Baltimore, Md., April 17.?Baltimore v\???i to-day by tocttcr all-around work. Colcolough's buses on halls, however, together with costly errors behind him, gavo tho locals a larger score than they should have had. Attendance, l.r.v.i." Score: R.H.E. Baltimore .. ..3 0 3 0 0 2 0 0 x? 8 0 Now York.0 0 l o o 0 i> o o? 18 4 Batteries: Nops and Robinson; Col colough and Warner. Umpires?Kmsli ? and Betts. Tim??Two hours. PHILADELPHIA, H; WASHING? TON, 1. Philadelphia, 1\... April 17.?Philadel? phia made U lhr.ee straight Crom Wash? ington to-day by superior bnttlng. Baker supplanted Dincen in the box tor the Senators in the third Inning, and he proved effective, until the seventh and eighth Innings, Attendance, 2.852. s. ore: R.ll.E. Phllu.2 5 0 0 0 0 1 3 x?it 13 :: Washington ..0 0 I '? 0 0 0 - l? I ?i I Batteries: Platl and MeFnrlnnd; l>i rtceh, Baker and IPurrell. Umpires Hunt and Connolly. Time?Two hours. Lt ?UISV...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 18 April 1899

James H?tchins Fires the Fatal DEATH !N ?5 MINUTES A Terrible ii'iilnj Htern??Ht Jrn;?. cilj in ii suburb <>i iiioCHy IUI lYient !tc|M?rH? Ol Ii??' Cuiisn ??? ????' AfTaIr two ? MPIUH'l'* .ti:ile- 111" niii'iki lilj ni.:; <t in rliia Morning IVr<ouii]. Sunday afternoon^ n limit fi o'clock, I>, j., ...... rill I,. VV. ? .id received In? to Iiis une. SUiteiilh?, a con? stable .>!' Nil i lk e unity, on the serloiw cltarj ? : tin . -. .\1.-. liutehSha at I . ' . ? . > fliaiii :? T i . ; : . . ! W. !i. pper i re r] ! will him : t",an hum ap more. Captain llapii i ivas el Si'tefl ? lilm yojjtcr? ilay ;n uaii':; for iiiiUe ;: vvlille, hhfl ]' ! )?? were rciuined .-??? eetinsei for the ? . warrants t i thai el ?: having been eer\cd by i'.ni.-: ? ;.? Ivei and I.-nr.. - ban. I' .:? ;> ? i. !..: C Mr; Robert J. Sliair Sunday . i ? i noun ab. ut I O'clock. :;t.;.,f :::??..? :.v i|i front ot the door ..i tin ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 18 April 1899

PORTSMOUTH LOGIiL NHNS flHD ftDVERTlSEMEfSTS. __ Continue'!. 0 P 0 l :> ^ Jjjj | Of Men's Boys' and Children's Cloth ing and Furnishing Goods, Hats, Umbrellas, etc. Jlll.VS CM5THING. Cona Business Bult?, $3.80; worth, |5.00 <. $5.00: worth, s:.r,". ? iluh Serge, Cas ncd anil unlin< Rtfvul English Sorge 89.80. These Si . are the final of the $15.00 Stilts sold where. Sco th >m and If conduced th! Neat Ev< nliU! Suits, . Dress Suit. $7.60; Gnirltsh Serge; r3.',. moro, Cheviots, loth lined and unlincd, worth $10.60. Ol'R M.!0 SC1T3. There Is only one way todOsetlbe them, viz.: That they are tli.> bist !(? - to Wear clot hint; to ho had for men y hath iprlhg Overcoats at $5.w>; worth for fashion, Pit oi Xlu.'JO. MEN'S PANTS. Everything thai Is now and nobby, anfrini; In prtco from $1.25 to $5.00 nova* ci/nilINc. Wo have In Hits lino a comoleto ns tmcnt. comtnenclhK with a Mc. vvusb t to the ln>st tjr...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 18 April 1899

Review of thj: Markets, Shipping News and Real Estate Business. REYEIW OF MARKETS FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL Stocks, Eoney, Excli. n a Bonds, Grain, Cotton, Provisions, ttc. Now York, April 17.- A rise 1" call liiouey mhI a recurrence discrimina? tion In loans against Hie Industrials caused prices to recede below Satur? day's close in the afternoon trading. The innrki l, us usual on Monday, after it strong Saturday closing, opened ac? tive and strong on an accumulation "f outsld."der?. Except for ;? spurt <jf Bt length in I he Grangers with Burllng t..11 it ullng, although ihey subsequently lust(aboul all >>r their earlier guln, the dealings were largely corillncd t<> the Industrials and specialties. Prominent In the carlj strength were tit'' To'bncco, Iron ami Steel shares, Anucondn Min? ing, Cotton ')il. and General Electric. 'Iii" luttt v was influenced i>y gossip rel? ative to dividend prospects. Manhattan and Sugar...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 19 April 1899

5l"""uuuiuiiiuiiii.iiiimuimuiiiuiii( -. t a IN TWO PARTS. I 1?IMIIIUIUIIIIIIUU"?U'U"""'IU1IU"U WEATHER FORECAST FOR TO-DAY ~ NORFOLK AND VICINITY? 3 Showery weather: nearly station - ary temperatures southerly wind?. TT* TT FTYTT * TT T TT T TT TT? TT. TT TTT *TT TTTTT? 1 TTTTTT TTtT VOL. Ell?NO. 1(5. NORFOLK, VA., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 10, 1390?TWELVE PAGES. TU REE CENTS PER COPY. LATEST NEWS OF THE WORLD BY TELEGRAPH AND CABLE.-:?? EWE! Meets Its First Reverse, INFORW1AT5QN WJTHMELD l.lflllteiinnt (iilmoro ?ml 1'orllitn nl Crow hi ilto ta'nnboitt Vurhlonn Ambushed l>y I'illpliiiis ?*A licllior Killed or nnilo Prisoners in K?>t Known?Kzciimuciil in WiikliliiK* Ion?Committee UuUcriukcs lo Bio? c*>iinto I'onco. (ny Telegraph to Vircinlan-Fllot.) Washington, D. April IS.? Tho Navy Department has Riven out the following dispatch Crom Admiral Dew .^?v: Manila, April istli. ; ? ret^ry of the Navy, Washington: Tin- Yorktown visited Baler, Luzon, 0. -&gt...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 19 April 1899

THE; NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES TWO, THREE, FIVE AND SIX, LOST. LOST?while DRIVING IN* SOUTH Norfolk Tuesday, one pfccket book containing money and valuable jki pors. Finder will return the same to Whito Bros., Commercial Place, or police station la Borklcy, and rccclvo reward. WANTED. WANTED. ? BY ATTRACTIVE young lady, position In lco cream parlor, restaurant or Summer garden. Address MISS Ii., Virginian-Pilot oflice. ap!9-St*_ Wanted?POSITION WITH FIRST class wholesale concern as travel? ing or local salesman: can give the best of roforon'o<\ I am at present tho occu? pant of a responsible position: desire ohango. "DRUMHER,'' care Vlrglninn aiiot._opitt-iw* POSITION"1 WANTED? HY X MAN with several years' experience In general merchandising. Cm give lirst class reference. Address, "M. B.," P. O. Box 85, Churchlond. Va. opl6-3teod ANTED_colored GIrTTtO DO general housework; must come with best of reference. S4 Virginia street. apl?-3f_ FRENCH COOK DESIRES POSITION in priva...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 19 April 1899

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES TWO, THREE, FIVE" AND SIX, Washington. April is. Weather forecast for Wednesday: Virginia?Probably showers Wpdnes-| ?lay; fresh east to southeast winds; un? settled weather Thursday. North Carolina?Ruin Wednesday and probably Thursday; brisk and high | cast to northeast winds. Norfolk mm Vicinity WEATHER FORECAST FOR TO? DAY. Showery weather; nearly stationary temperature; southerly winds. TEMPERATURE. RAINFAUL AND HUMIDITY. Norfolk. Va., April 18, is:<!i. Maximum temperature . 73 Minimum temperature . 4ii Normal temperature . .Vi Departure from normal .plus 5 Departure since Jan. 1st.minus 115] Rainfall In past 24 hours .o| Rainfall since 1st of mouth.1.45 Mean humidity .IS CALENDAR. Sun rides at S:24 a. m.; sets ai C:ll TIDES. Norfolk?High water, 4:1T. n. m. and 4;M p. m.; low water. 10:J7 a. in. and 10:50 p. m. Old Point?High water. 3:">4 a. m. and' 4: : '. p. m.; low water, 10:0G a. in. and | H':'j:> p. m. Monuments a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 19 April 1899

VIRGINIAN - PILOT. ?by the? (virginian and pilot publishing company._ 10RF0LK VIRGINIAS MD DAILT PILOT. (Consolidated. March. lt>?S.) _ Entered at the Fostofflca at Norfolk. (Va... a? second-class matter. OFFICE: pilot I1U1LDINQ. CITY. HALL AVENUE. norfolk. va. OFFICERS: A. II OK ANDY, Prestdcnt: ?I. OLENNAN. Vice-President: W. ?. WILKINSON. Treasurer; JAM1.S E. AL? LEN. Secretary. HOARD UK DIRECTORS: A. H. Grand)-, M. Olennnn. L. D. Starke. Jr.. 3\ W. MK-lion. R W. Shultice. James L. Allen. U. F. Donovan._ tii itia; ens in i*kk cf'T. subscription rates: The VIRGINIAN-PILOT Is delivered tc. Subscribers by carriers in No/folk and vicinity. Portsmouth, Berkley. Suffolk. West Norfolk. Newport News. lor to cents prr week payable to tho carrier. Hy mall, to ar.'y place In tho United dates, jiostagc free: 1>a11.I, one yrar - $5.011 ** nix mouth* ... tt.OO " lb res ma 1? tils - ? J?r'0 " our moi?ll? ? ? ? ?.10 advertising RATES: Advertise? ments Inserted at the rate o...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 19 April 1899

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES TWO, THREE, FIVE AND SIX ?ABSOUJTEEV to&JRE POWPEB Makes the food more delicious and wholesome BCr?l tAHIWO EOWPtH CO., NEW YORK. COURT DECISIONS. Notes of Cases Recently Decided, Which are of Interest to Our People. DIGESTED BY W. B MARTIN, (Exclusively for Virginian-Pilot.) MERRILL. V. NATO. BANK. &C Supreme Court of the United States. February 20, 1S99. A SECURED CREDITOR OF AN IN? SOLVENT RANK IS ENTITLED TO PROVE AND RECEIVE DIVI? DENDS ON HIS WHOLE DEBT, WITHOUT REGARD TO HIS COL? LATERALS OR AMOUNTS PAID ON THEM, PROVIDED ONLY THAT THE SUMS RECEIVED FROM DIVIDENDS AND COLLAT? ERALS DO NOT EXCEED HIS EN? TIRE DEBT. y This was a suit In chancery by the National Bank of Jacksonville against Merrill, Receiver of the First National Bank of Palatka, which had become In? solvent and for which Merrill had been appointed receiver by the Comptroller of the Currency. When this bank fail-! cd the National Bank of Jacksonville, the plai...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 19 April 1899

HE MEWS f NORFOLK CONTINUED IN PAGE 5 BRIEF ITEMS OF INTEREST. Attention is called to the advertise, jr..nt of l>r. U it. Flrey. announcing that for a few days longer special] rates will prevail. t Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Hughes, of Pol .ocksvllle, N. C? are in the city, stop? ping at the Atlantic. judge Thomas it. Purncll, of the Vniteii States Court tor the EasternI District of North Carolina, was in our t Ity yesterday. Mr. Horace I* smith, of City Point, Was a visitor to Norfolk yesterday. Mr. Charles C. Grant .of the Weather Bureau, returned Monday from a two weeks' trip to New Vork. Baltimore and Philadelphia. He reports that he had a i good time. ! . a young lady was accidentally knocked down on Church street, oppo? site st. Paul's Church. Monday evening by a colored 'cyclist, but escaped unin? jured. Corinthian Lodge of Masons had work In the second degree last night. Mr. R. F. Baldwin arid bride, nee Miss Boykln, of Baltimore, arrived in, Nor? folk, their future homo,...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 19 April 1899

_THE) NEWS FROM THE OLD NORTH STATE AND ITS CAPITAL iLESOH NEWS ANDGOSSIP Another Inconsistency in the Revenue Act, PAYMENT OF THE TAX **?>?? < i?u?o say* Payment of iHvp^n? sary Tax Muiii lie .Hi\?ti> lo sia?? Treasurer, nuii Another to 11s<? County Tr.-:?Mtr.->r?Shipment ol llerrieH Xnvnl Iteservc* t'rul^e Miilu J>cn(itl Society to Meet, ?'? .:?)?. X. <?.. April IS.?Another in ?' nicy of Hi.' Revenue Act In re- j itnrd to the tax oh dispensaries has )? n diseovi r id. The latter part of sec ti'ii SI, levying a tax on dispensaries, n iifis as follows: "En h dispensary in the State shall pay annually Into the Btnte Treasury lit* following franchise taxes: 1. Bach il nsary for a town "f less than 1.000 people, $50. 2. Bach dispensary for a tow?(?ship in any county the sum of $200. ::. Each dispensary for a town of '. an 1,000 Inliahltants and m>t ex ? ling 3,000 Inhabitants, the sum of $200. t. k....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 19 April 1899

NEWS FROM RICHMOND AND OTHER PARTS OF VIRGINIA. OUR RICHMOND NEWS LETTER Body of J. 0. Wilson, Chester? field Farmer, Found. THE MAY CONVENTION Prof. E. <% Gins? Select* Teaclicra For the School of ITlet hodi-Judeo Well? ford rhnrlersnn Electrical Snpply Co.?The United Ntntea t'oorl, Jndga Wmldnlt I*rrsl<Ilue, Trie* Illicit Liquor Cases. Richmond, Va., April 18.?The body of John T. Wilson, the Chesterfield farmer who mysteriously disappeared In this city March 2 last, was discovered In the dock this morning. Wilson was thought to have had at least $500 on his person when lie left home. Apparently not a dollar of the large roll of bills found on his body was missing. About 10:20 o'clock this morning Prof. D. N. Vassar, of the colored Theological Seminary, was standing at the dock at the foot of Nineteenth street watching the workmen rivet the keel on the tor? pedo boats at the ship-yard. He ob? served something slowly rise to the sur? face of the dock, and he ca...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 19 April 1899

THE NEWS FROM VIRGINIA CONTINUED FROM PAGE EIGHT PETERSBURG. Arrest of Men Suspected of Post Office Robberyi Confirmation of Keport of commis? sioners tn t'suiiden night of Way Liquor Denier? Organise-Accl dent-nni Ask l or Ke?rnrd, Petersburg', Va., April IS.?A gentle? man who was in the city yesterday stated that while at Diaputanta Sta? tion, on the Norfolk and 'Western rail? road, ho learned that the men who blow open the safe ut the poBtoftlce at Wav erly some nights ugo and stole $100. were arrested nt Suffolk Sunday and that they bad been taken to Washing? ton. The informant did not learn whether or not any of the stolen money Was found on the person of the parties arrested. COMMISSIONERS' REPORT CON? FIRMED. The report of the commissioners ap? pointed to assess the damages to cer? tain tracts or land In Dinwiddlc county for a right of way for the Richmond, Petersburg and Carolina Rullroad Com? pany was confirmed yesterday by Judge It. J. Epes, of the County Court, and the mo...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 19 April 1899

PORTSMOUTH LOCAL NEWS AND ADVERTISEMENTS CHRONICLES QF INTEREST Portsmouth, The Beautiful City By the Sea. FOUND HERE AND THERE The LMmI Huppen Iii*? In ihn ?liy mid roomy Presented In Concise Form For tlio KdlOcnlton ?f Vir? Clnlnn>rili>t Itenderi? Hero null Elsewhere ? Gn<i<iip For People Mho Desire to Itcrp Pokicd. Several civil cases were disposed ol In the Police Court yesterday. Seven colored buys?Alberdo Blllups, Willie Taylor, Lin wood Baker, Edward McCoy, Emanuel McCoy, Alex. Jackson and Percy Mason?charged with disor? derly conduct, were dismissed yester? day in the Police Court. Miss Jennie Ethcredge, a teacher In the Second District School, was unable tu attend to her duties yesterday on ac? count of sickness. Miss Mliltle Brlt tlngham taught In her place. Ml.-s Annie Brown, of Richmond, ar? rived In the city yesterday on a visit to friends. A party of gentlemen left last night, for Southern Pines to attend the meet? ing of Nor...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 19 April 1899

PORTSMOUTH LOCAL NEWS AND ADVERTISEMENTS. _ Continued. Opening Sale For Spring and Summer Of M?n's Boys' and Children's Cloth? ing and Furnishing Goods, Hats, Umbrellas, etc. MEN'S CLOTHING. Good Business Suits, 13.90: worth. $5.00 Neat Evening Suits, $5.00: worth. $7.50. Dress Suit. ?7.50: English Serge. Cash? mere. Cheviots, both lined and unllned. worth !10.f,i>. Royal English Sorge $9.S0. Those Suits are the equal of the $15 00 Suits sold clst w-here. See them and bo convinced that this '.a a fact. OUR $11.40 SUITS. There is only one way to describe them. v*.z.: That thev are the best Ready-to Wear Clothing to be had ror money both for fashion. Kit or Finish. Men's Spring Overcoats at $5.90: worth 310.00. MEN'S PANTS. Everything that is new and nobby ranging In price from $1.25 to $5.00. HOYS' CLOTHING. We. have In this line a comolete as? sortment, commencing with a .".(v. wash null to the lust grade of Worsted and Trio's a t $5.00. MEN'S UNDERWEAR. "Anything at Any ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 19 April 1899

Review oe tue Markets. Shipping News and Real Estate Business: REYEIW OF MARKETS FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL Stocks, Money, Exchange, Bonds, Grain, Cotton, Provisions, Etc. New York. April IS.?Stock prices nd v a need moderately to-day on profetr siohal dealings. Incidents where de vcloiinients in tlie properties accounted lot price movements were many and manipulation was prominent through? out the day's dealings. The abandonment "f the tunnel scheme by Metropolitan ?as reflected in a loss of s points In the stock and a gain of over 'J in Manhattan. Tennes? see Coal and Iron gained 3V4 on an ex? pectation of a change in its finances in connection with a sale of the Com? panys railroad. Colorado Fuel and iron also advanced nearly :: points. The decision by the Court of Appeals In favor ot Brooklyn Transit left that slock nearly - points above yesterday's figures. What was said to be the cov? ering of shorts raised Burlington 2 points, coincident with an easier tone in the wheat market....

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