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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 12 January 1899

Makes the food more delicious and wholesome no??l n?Ki?n oo?of?. col^')r*' ?r>w?._ TUE SOUTH AMERICAN UNI; Direct Trade With South America May Be Secured. Sir. Kimbnll In Wnatiliictoi) Roprn? ! ?nntiug tin' Rallrontin?Wlim iito 1'ewpio <>r KurfolU 'iiiink or tti< ?'ropusltloii. Several days ago Mr. F. J. Klmball, or the Norfolk nrul Western Hailroad, visited Norfolk and accomppuuled by Mrs. Klmball, went to Old Point, where It was reported Mrs. Klmball would remain for some weeks for her health. I The Virginian-Pilot learned the evening Mr. Klmball arrived, that lys visit was not altogether for health and pleasure, but that an important deal was on hand, which would greatly ben? efit Norfolk. For prudential reasons this paper was requested by a gentleman hjgh in rail? road management, not to say anything about the business side of Mr. Kitn bnll's visit. THE MATTER MADE PUBLIC. The matter has, however, been made public from Washington, where Mr. Kimball appeared before th...

Publication Title: Virginian-Pilot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 12 January 1899

M. DE MiAUREPAlRli AGAIN Follows Up His Attacks on Court of Cassation, 11k ltehnbilitiwlon oi Colonel l'ic? quart TnnInmounl mi DFclnrmion ol Innocence of Urcyrn* ? Itiqnlrj About FlnlOioit. (Ny Telegraph to VIrglnlan-rilot.) Paris, Jan. lt.?M. 'Qucsnay do Beaurepatre, whose resignation of the presidency of the civil section of the Court of Cassation, is regarded by Im? partial observers, as the most dange? rous ^development of the Dreyfus affair thus far. to-day furnished to tlie newspapers the most inflnmatory pro? nouncement ho lias yet made. It is In the nature of a proclamation, and is entitled "An appeal to the deputies," whom he calls upon vehemently to re? move the Dreyfus case from the hands of the i rimlnal chamber of the Court. The i Iiimutlon concludes as fol? lows: "Order a r.al ami solemn Inquiry, which shall penetrate right Into the Viscera of this tortuous examination. If there arc guilty men in the bosom of the criminal chamber, authorize the executive power to remo...

Publication Title: Virginian-Pilot
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 12 January 1899

[OWN OF The Wind Blows In Many Weary Willies. Reinibitrtnl For Lomcn Nuslolnocl by Flro - 'Hie Police Cnnrl Mnttncc ? l'onslbly mi Klopciiien t lo North enrol inn oil Matrimony Pent. (Special lo Virginian-Pilot.) Suffolk, "Va., Jan. 11.?With nothing to eat but food and nothing to spend but time the army of hoboes is march? ing. The cold blasts to-night blew in several squards of the unwashed, and policemen were besieged with men who ?wanted to register at the station house. In the meantime good house wives have plenty to do with cold pie and tur? key. But the plague Is not as bad In Suf? folk as It used to be. The authorities have a little section in the Code which authorizes the organization of n chain gang. And hoboes, as a rule, will run Into a pest house filled with smallpox or yellow fever patients rather than work. It's against their principles. For the partial abatement of the nuisance thanks are due those sign? boards which greet the wayfarers be? fore they roach town from a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 12 January 1899

Brief Items of Interest Picked Up Here and There. t Scarlet fever has been prevailing for Bome time to an alarming extent In King George county. Last "week a mar? riage was to have taken place, the con? tracting pan-ties being high in social life, but had to be postponed on ac? count of the sickness of the bride-elect with the disease. John Wright, a Bedford county farm? er, was knocked down Monday by a liaise and seriously injured. Mt. J. M. Rose, a prominent citizen of Abingdon, died this morning. He was about 75 years of age. He was a Union man during our late war, and since had been a Republican in poli? tics. John Fritz, who shot Ernest Rowzec Tuesday night, was arrested at a late hour and lodged in Jail at Roanoke, charged with malicious shooting. Mr. Peyton N. Clarke, a native of Richmond, has been elected president of the Bank of Louisville, Ky. The Flncostle Herald has entered up? on Its thirty-fourth year of publica? tion. It is an excellent weekly. The Davis Coal and Coke...

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

NORTH CAROLINA INTELLIGENCE Company Chartered to Build a New Railroad. DEMOCRATS TO TAKE CHARGE 'aliens I'aTOM F.lcctloii of V, ti, Hen nforiiby tiio Peoplo?Stllllary Pro motions by ?!?? Governor?Chair* ?linn Hol ton's Memento ol tho Cam? paign? Tli? A. A N. V. Kiillrnnd ? .roMonnl mid ?enernl. Raleigh, N. C, Jnn. 11.?The Carolina Railroad Company has been incorporat? ed by the Secretary of State for the purpose of constructing and operating a railroad from the town of Lumberton, In the county of Roboson, and through said county in the direction of the town of Marlon, S. C, to tho North and South Carolina line, a distance of twenty miles, and thence to the said town of Marion, S. C, a further dis? tance of about twenty-five miles, through the county of Marlon, S. C. The corporation Is to exist for ninety nine years and the capital stock is to be $500,000. The principal office shall be at Lumberton, N. C. The first meet? ing of the stockholders shall not occur until January, 1900, an...

Publication Title: Virginian-Pilot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 12 January 1899

RQRTSM??^ L?CAL_ NEWS AND ADVERTLSFMFNTS PORTSMOUTH AND NORFOLK COUNTY What Virginian-Pilot Rep? resentatives Hear Daily. BRIEF ITEMS OF INTEREST She Movement* or People la Wtiom Hip Average ncailer li Inter? ested?Happening* lit I.egzU?Bus? iness, Hellgeons nutl Noclnl ?'ir cles-A Forecast of Jaime Etc n Is. A competitive examination Is being held at the navy-yard tor the position of master rigger In tho steam engineer? ing department. Dr. Ward, of Washington, D.,C, In? ventor of the vaccine point how In gene? ral use, was in the city yesterday, Dr. "Ward is Introducing a new vaccine process Judge A. P. Watts, tn tho Hustings Court yesterday, confirmed tho election of the following gentlemen as trustees of the Chevra Qomly Chesed Syna? gogue: Samuel Lasting, Morris Iscn stot, M. Solomon, W. M, Caplan ami S. Goodman. Mr. und Mrs. Howard M. H?ge, of Llncon, Loudoun county, Va., will spe :'?; on temperance at Central Church to? night at V:::0 o'clock. Mr. H?ge is a Quaker preacher. Mr...

Publication Title: Virginian-Pilot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 12 January 1899

PORTSMOUTH ADVERTISEMENTS. _ Continued._ Office Supplies of Every Description. A FIRST-CLASS LETTER FILE FOR 25 CENTS. AXDERSOX *Xs THOMPSOJV. 224 HIGH STREET. Just received a ne.w stock of wall PAPER. The Only Pebble On the Beach. wo don't clnlm our coal to he; there may ln> others, I '.t you will never find any coal that will give yon innre genuine .uat Isfactloh for cooking or heating than our high grade wall-screened coal. You can't beat it. and you won't want to try when ybu have once tested lt. it l? tlio beat coal on the market to-day. wholesale cmocER and dealer IN CO a I.. feed and 1CB. Crawford. Columbia and Water streets. Why Don't You Stop Tint Coughing ? YOU CAN STOP AND CURE YOUR COUGH BY TAKING "CARRS COUGH BALSAM/' an Infallible remedy for Coughs, Colds, Hoarseness and all Throat and T.unc; Troubles. Read wh.it ,Mr L. L. Lester says about "Carr's Cough Balsam," he says that aft>r suffering for several months from a very severe Cough, using almost every [intent ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 12 January 1899

REYIEW OF MARKETS FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL Stocks, Honey, Exchange, Bonds, Grain, Cotton, ProYisions, Etc. Now York, Jan. 11.?Directors' meet? ings were responsible for considerable variations in ilio character ot tlte stock speculation to-day. As is usually the case forecasts were rife us to Ihe prob? able action of the various directories in session, which were Utilized for ef? fect upon the market values of the se? curities interested. The nost Import? ant development was the action of the Louisville and Nashville directors In replacing the stock in the category of dividend payers. The report submitted for the six months ending December 31, showed total Income as $1,437,622 and surplus of 11,426,790, after deducting fixed charges and sinking fund require? ments. This exhibit prompted the man? agement to declare dividend of 1'-.. per rent, out of the earnings for that period, which may ion shallow a regu? lar annual disbursement of U per cent. The dividends on tin:-: property were...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 13 January 1899

S"1" Hi im u i ii Ii im ii i u 111. mini l u; MlilJ 3 IS Pa,ge{s| I IN TWO PARTS. I ?TTTTTTTTTtTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT1tttttttttttt? VOL. II?NO. 88. NORFOLK, VA., FRIDAY, JANUARY r*mm ??m ??i WEATHER FORECAST FOR TO-DAY ] NORFOLK AND VICINITY? j Rain, beginning as snow in north I and west portions; warmer; fresh to 3 brisk east to southeast winds Stttty ttt tt- rr t ? t ti t t tt t , t t t t t t rr t t t tt tttttttt tttt 1S95)?TWELV G PAGES. THREE CENTS PER COPY. CABLEGRAM FROM GENERAL OTIS Reports Condition in Philip? pines as Improving:. THE SITUATION AT ILOILO luanrgen<s Nluk Lighter* to Itlock I'hnnncl at EnlrMM ?<> tin* Itlver - Order .11 uintuitied itu<l llfTcndora Miol?American.* llciilcil a I.iiihIIiiu A uynlierr-Ciivi'rnuiPUt t?t SlalOlOS In Fnvor uf u Protectorate. (By Telegraph to Vlrglnrnn.-rilot.) Washington, D. C, Jan. 12.?Tho Sec? retary of War was much gratified this morning- by tho receipt of the follow? ing1 cablegram at 7:20: Manila. Jan. 12, 1S99. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 13 January 1899

LOST. TT OST. ? A HIJACK AND WHITK _Li Laverlck Setter Dog with brown face, rather targe, between two and three years old If found, please return to 87 Charlotte street, city, und receive proper reward. Jal2-3t FOUND. Ij^OUND.?RA'IT HD AY, IN HAMPTON 2 Roads. Yawl Boat. Owner can re? ceive samo by applying to W. S EEN STEN.caro llckett & CO.. and paying charges. jal0-3t* WANTED. WAiNTED. ? POSITION AS BOOK kocper or salesman, with expe? rience; satlsfa<-torv experience furnished. Address 1?.. care Vlrgiirian-Pilot. Jal3-3l? UNB DAME BIKN ELKYKE DESIRE place, fem mo do chainbre on bonno d'onfaint: mellleure reference. S'addresser MME. M., Ctt Cumberland street. It' WT AN1TE3D. ? AN EXPERIENCED ?T lady for lady suit and coat depart? ment; only an experienced person need apply. Address ENTERPRISE:, care Vlr glnlan-I'ilot. _Jal.l-tf WANT KD TO RENT A COTTAGE at Ocean View for July or August, or fv r the season: please state terms, lo? cation and number of rooms. Address OOTTtAOK....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 13 January 1899

WEATHER REPORT. ,Washlngton. Jan. 12, 1699. Forecnst for Friday: For Virginia: Warmer; brisk north? east to east winds. For North Carolina: Bain; -warmer; fresh to brisk northeast to east w inds. METEOROLOGICAL. DATA. Maximum temperature. 43 Minimum temperature... 34 Normal temperature.. .. . 40 Departure from normal.minus 2 Departure from normal since Jan? uary 1st.minus fi Precipitation In past 24 hours.26 Precipitation since 1st of month.61 Mean humidity . 96 WEATHER. Rain, beginning as snow In north and west portions; warmer; fresh to brisk east to southeast winds. CALENDAR. Pun rises at 7:IS a. m., and sets at fi: 11 p. m. TIDES. Norfolk: High water at 10:06 a. m. and 10:31 p. in.; low water at 3:46 a. m. and 4:24 p. m._ i i Vim a i. Minn:. The funeral of THOS. C1RBICN, aged '1 years, Will take place from his resilience, pa i street, Atimtic City, Tins (Friday) AFTERNOON at 3:30 ovioek. Friends and acquaintances respectfully Invited to attend. ' _ mrn, 11A PPF.Tt.? In Durham, N...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 13 January 1899

VIRGINIAN-PILOT. ?BY THE? VIRGINIAN AND PILOT PUBLISHING COMPANY. I.0M0IX VIRGHIU tm DAILY PILOT. (Consolidated March. lV.'S.)_ Entered nt the Postofflce at Norfolk, V.u. as sec md .-la-;- matter. OFFICE: PILOT BUILDING, CITY BALL AVENUE, NORFOLK. VA. OFFICERS: A H. GRANDY, President; M. GLEN NAN, Vlca-Presldcnt: W. S. \\ ll,Ki.\s?>.\, Treasurer; JAMES E. AL? LEN. Secretary. UOA KD 1>E DIRECTORS: A. 11. Graiidy. M. Ulcnunh. I.. i>. Starke, Jr.. T. \v. Shelton. K w. Shulitco, James E. Allen, D. F. Donovan. Til It KK CKS t'H I'lilt 4 Ol' Y. 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, payuble to 11><r carrier. By mail, to any place in the United States, postage tree: l?A 11.1 , one y i-nr - $.7 1111 ?* hi* uioiiitii - - - a. ' " Iure? iiiaiiIIis - - 1..10 iiik* nioiitli - ^ - .r,o ADVERTISING RATES: Advertise? ments Insert, d ,:t th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 13 January 1899

BBAVBLETOH WARD. A "cafe klatch and bundle party-' will be fflven tit tho residence uf Mr. (>. F. Baxter, Nt>. 306 West Brainble ton avenue, Tuesday, the 17th instant, for the benefit of West Brambleton and South Reservoir Chapters of St. Peter's P. 13. Church. An enjoyable evening nt small cost is assured to all Who may attend. Rev. Li. u. Christie, pastor of Spur-! goon Memorial Baptist Church, went to Newport News yesterday afternoon. Mrs. R. II. Bennett, wife of Rev. It. H. Bennett, who has been ill lor the past ten days at McKeildrec M. E. parsonage, on Wllloughby avenue, was very much improved in her condition yesterday. Tho rain last nli;ht did not prevent n. larse congregation from attending the services ? t Park Avenue Baptist Church last night. Rev. Henry Varlcy, the noted evangelist, preached nn able and edifying discourse on "The Sec? ond Coming of Christ." DEMOCRATIC CMIB MEETING. Despite the Inclement weather last niKht there was n fairly good attend? ance nt the...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 13 January 1899

Deputies Thrown Into a Tumult By Oratory, M, Ho ir< n p:-. I i?: ?'?? Aeensntlous Agnlnsi (In* court of Causation?31? lMiim.v Protest* Against Attacks Upon .litOlclnry. (By Telegraph to Vlrgtnlan-PHot) Paris, Jan. 12.?The Chamber of Dep? uties after an exceedingly stormy do ba-te on the interpellations relative to the charges or M. de Bcaurepalre, adopted tlie order of the day, which was accepted by the government, tlie vote standing 423 to 121. The Cham? ber was crowded. Paul Deschanal, on taking tlie chair, s;iid that France lov? ed both the army and justice. He ,dwelt upon tin- danger <<( Internal dis? sension, appealing to tlie Deputies to be calm and moderate. DK BAUREPAIRE'S ACCUSATIONS. Then on the motion or M. Dupuy, the premier, the Chamber decided to pro? ceed immediately to discuss the Inter? pellation of l.tieien Millevoy, Repub? lican Nationalist, respecting M. <le Beaurepalre's accusations against the Court of Cassation. M. Millevoy, amid a. constantly grow...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 13 January 1899

RICHMOND NEWS MD GOSSIP Mr. Edward D. Christian Dies of Pneumonia. BRIEF SKETCH OF HIS LIFE Norfolk nnd Itlclimoml Pawnbroker to Marry-- Arrniigcinont For En tortnltilng Fighting Joo Wlicoler? ItCNlgnn Front Hospital Itonrd ? Itoprenciitnllvo Follies I'rcsrnted ?iiii u Wateb, (Special to Virclnlnn-rilot.) Richmond, Va., Jan. 12.?Mr. Edward P. Christan, president of tho Richmond Paper Manufacturing Company, died nils morning at his home. No. 415 West Franklin street. Lcptlc pneumonia caused death. Mr. Christian was horn May Iii, 1S-IS In this city, and came of old Virginia stock. He entered the Virginia Military Institute in 1803 and served gallantly with the cadets at the 'battle of Ne Market, receiving a slight wound. After tho war Mr. Christian returned hero and engaged In the tobacco business at the age of eighteen. He was remarkably success? ful, and before he attained his major? ity was known as the Napoleon of the local tobacco exchange. Since that time Mr. Christinn was a con...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 13 January 1899

TBE 01,0 DOMINION Brief Items of Interest Picked Up Here and There. The Methodist churches of Richmond have under consideration a plan for holding a big celebration during the coming spring of the centennial of Methodism. The idea originated with Trinity Church, the oldest of the Meth? odist group In Richmond, and all the other churches have been asked to co? operate. The celebration, if decided upon, will be a big one, lasting several days. Mr. John 15. Chalmers, of Smlthflold, was found dead in the road by the Bide of his buggy. Mrs. Kdmonln Beckner, wife of Mr. J. E. Beckner, of Roanoke, died Tuesday of consumption. Mr. A. II. Bowerlng, of Frederlcks burg, has accepted a position with the Long Islund Slate Hospital Baud, Broklyn, N. J. Mr. Richard P. Utorls. of Washing? ton, and Miss Kvie Blankenshiy were married in Richmond yesterday after? noon, Rev. Mcade Clarke olllelatlng. Mrs. Emma V. Edelln, wife of Mr. Thomas J. Edelln, deputy marshal United States Court, died Wednesday m...

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

NORTH CAROLINA NEWS BUDGET Grand Lodge of Masons Keeps Late Hoursc THE GIFT OF MR, BEN DUKE IIa? Olvon Oxford arnhou Aayliim ?lore Than 3 I ii Thousand Dollar? ?Xorfb l'iirulltii? Woiuuu Fnvorod lor HMron ? I'cuUciillnry noult* 111 Itlld I'OlldHloil?I tie Mute I :imii< ? Now itniiMiiy Couintlsston. (Special to Virginian-Pilot.) Raleigh, N. C, .Inn. 12.?The Grand j Lodge of Masons was in session until 4:i"> o'clock this morning', it was the latest hour at which it had ever ad Jour nod. The length of the session was, due to the discussion regarding; the Ox- j ford orphan asylum. There were two points at issue?on whether the gift of I riev. Duke, of Durham, ought to be re- J eclved, us coining from u member of the American Tobacco Company or trust; the other whether the matron. Who Is from Massachusetts, and who is paid a salary of $1,000, ought not to be replaced by a North Carolina woman. The result of the long discussion was , the adoption of a resolution that it was pr iper t...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 13 January 1899

PORTSMOUTH LOCAL NEWS AND ADVERTISEMENTS PORTSMOUTH ?ND NORFOLK COUNTY What Virginian-Pilot Rep? resentatives Hear Daily. BRIEF ITEMS OF INTEREST 3li<> Moremruln or I'cople in Wliotn ? hi) ATcr?c? Rentier !?* Iiiter islril .liii|ti?cit!lig"< I" I.ff?l?!?Uli?, im ss, llellxrotti nn?l Social fir ?l<s a i'or iiMfit of Futur?' A now postofTicc has been established nt Pinner's Point. Norfolk county, with James <-'. Darst as postmaster. Fire was discovered yesterday on Hi roof of a kitchen on Duke Hired. ]i was r>ut out without turning In any alarm. There are a number <>f beggars going around the city. A small bey had a pitiful note yesterday asking for help, lie could nm tell where In; lived < r whore his people came from Tin? Vlrginlnn-Pllol office received a social visit yestordny from Mr. T. .1. Anderson, late general phssahger as ml of the Benbonrd Air Line. "Tom" Is always web omo nnywhore among the newspaper men. who are fond >>f him and remember hi...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 13 January 1899

PORTSMOUTH LOC?L NEWS ?ND ADVERTISEMENTS. _ Continued._ Office Supplies of Every Description. A FIRST-CLASS LETTER FILE FOR 25 CENTS. THOMPSON. 224 HIGH STREET. Jttst received a new stock of WALL PAPER. ( <WT< The Only Pebble On the Beach. WO floii't claim our co.il to lie; there may ho others, 1 ;.t you will never Had any coal tint will (;lve you more genuine sat? isfaction for cooklllK ?r heating than <-.ur high grade well-screened coal. You can't !>? .it it. ami vou won't want to try when v .u have um i' tested it. it I? the best coal on the market to-day. JOSEPH Si. PHHKER, WHOLESALE OrtnrRR AND DEALER IN COAL, RR KD AND ICE. Crawford. Columbia and Water streets. Why Don't Vou Stop That Coughing ? YOU CAN STOP AND CURE YOUR COUGH BY TAKING "CARR'S COUGH BALSAM," nn Infallible, remedy for Coughs, Colds. Hoarseness and all Throat and Liang Troubles, Read whit .Mr. L. 1.. Lester s.i ya about "Carr's Cough Balsam." ho says that utter Buffering fur several months fr urn a...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 13 January 1899

FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL Stocks, Money, Exchange, Bonds, Grain, Cotton, Provisions, Etc. New York, Jan. 12.?The not changes In prices for the day were rather mixed, but with a preponderance of gains. The movements seemed largely to be the outcome of an organised campaign against the short Interests- one group of stocks after another were boosted, leaving tho bearish doubt where the next move would set n. The activity and t?trength was In the gilt edged rail? way shares and then successively drifted into the Pacllics, tho Flower stocks and then back Into the Pacifies again. Great Northern preferred made an extreme gain of 7%. Pennsylvania, 4; Jersey Central, 1; American District Telegraph, 5%; Third Avenue. 3: Brook? lyn Transit, 2%; Norfolk and Western, 2; Burlington, 1*;. and the Pacllics, 2 to 3%. part ot which gains was lost In the late dealings. The iron and steel (shares showed a lagging tendency, al? though they, too, enjoyed periods of strength. London was again a. seller on ...

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