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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 1 June 1899

the news of norfolk on pages TW?7THREE, FiVe?NDSDT Makes the food more delicious and wholesome ?sv.vt c?*mo rowoii cn., new yopk.__ C TT DECISIONS. Notes ol Cases Recently Decided, Which are of Interest to Cur People, DIGESTED BY W- B- MARTIN. (Exclusively for Virginian-Pilot.) mv LLISTER V. purcelu Su;.i ?? ?'Hin of North Carolina, March ?s, isud. A 8E< . !? MORTGAGE takes PRK< EKCE OP an uNregis TERE 11 m< IRTGAGB, e v e N THOl ill TUM SECOND MORT? GAGEE has ACTUAL NOTICE OK THE FIRST. a CERTIFICATE of THE ac? KNOWLEDGMENT O F 11U sb A N1? AND WIFE TO A deed is NOT INVALID RKGAUSE TAKEN by AN OFFICER RELATED TO THEM. This wns an action to foreclose a mortgage |jj plaintiff and which lin.i been duly registered. The defendants hud executed u saoohd mortgage to VVprth & Worth, who Claimed prlurty to plaintiff's mortgage because the of licet1 rthh tooli the acknowledgments ti..??? ?tu wna the brother of tin husband grantor. There was n decree for plain tiff and Worth &...

Publication Title: Virginian-Pilot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 1 June 1899

LOCAL NEWS CONTINUED FROM PAGE FIVE-TELEGRAPH CONTINUEflRM^WW MAY FESTIVAL. SUCCESSFUL ENTERTAINMENT BY BRAMBLETON WARD SCHOOL NO. 2. The May festival given toy the pupils of school No. 2 of Brambleton Ward yesterday afternoon wns one of the most unique affairs that has, perhaps, ever transpired In East Norfolk, and the credit or the conception and suc? cessful termination Is due to the Inde? fatigable efforts of the four teachers. Miss Maggie Miller, senior of the pri? mary department, and her three asso? ciates, Misses Elizabeth Howard, Flos 6le Barbour and Lula Jenkins, whoso excellent training of the children added largely to the perfect character of the entertainment. The play ground of the school -was elaiborately decorated with plants and flowers in honor of the event. A large platform had been erect? ed for the exercises. There were several hundred visitors, consisting of parents of the children and friends of the school, conspicuous among whom were Superintendent R. A. Dobl...

Publication Title: Virginian-Pilot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 1 June 1899

THE NEWS FROM THE OLD NORTH STATE AND ITS CAPITAL OUR RALEIGH NEWS LETTER TIiq Corporation Commission Favors Eastern Carolina, ANNUAL TAX VALUATION Tlio Assessuisnc or Kniironii and Ktenmlionl Property Will Ho Made Jniy l- Tho University?A. * Bl? t'onituenceiiicui -Jinn Kitoots nun. ? elf?A Convict Kllot?Donth ol Promlncni Citizens. Raleigh, N. C, May 31.?The membors of the Corporation Commission have re turned from a tour or inspection of railroad and steamboat lines In Eastern North Carolina. Commissioners Hogers and Bcddlngflold returned here yester? day morning and Chairman McNeil went to his home In Wilmington. The next meeting of the commission Will be held on June 13th. Atter that meeting the commissioners will Inspect the other roads of the State. This in? spection Is made with a view to fixing the annual tax valuation of the rail? road property of the Stale. In making this assessment the reports of tho roads, supplemented by the In? formation obtained by the commission? ers...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 1 June 1899

NEWS FROM RICHMOND AND" OTHER PARTS OF VIRGINIA OUR RICHMOND _KEWSJBUDGET Union Theological Seminary Com? mencement Exercises. DR. ROSEBRO'S ADDRESS IRarrlnge of Dnnchtom of Professor? ?Meeting or.Htnto flonrd of Finlier les At l.r?fto;V?'nclmi?rngiie?Inquiry From Wew York. For Knolln ?la Memory of KxiQavrrnor llollldny ? A Sou i tier ii llcrilluo. I.. (Special to Virginian-Pilot.) Richmond, Va? May 31.?The com- I menccmcnt exorcises of the Union The-| ologlcal Seminary took place this morn? ing in the chapel of the seminary. A j large crowd was present. After Hinging, Scripture reading and praye-r, Rev. P. H. H?ge, D. D., pre? sented a biography of President Moses H?ge. He doing so, Dr. H?ge delivered a brief address, which contained valua? ble historical matter. The biography ?was accepted on the part of the neml- j nary by Prof. G. B. Strickler, D. I>., j one of the best speakers among a fac? ulty of unusually able men. DR. ROSEBRO'S ADDRESS. Rev. J. W. Rosebro, D. D., of Pete...

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

THE NEWS FROM VIRGINIA CONTINUED FROM PAGE EIGHT PETERSBURG. Danville Election Commissioners Settle a Dispute. ix uri is Iteclnretl Rlecled Treasurer Arier -l browing Out Two Products Wltlcll Unrc Ullllnui n JUrJorlty Vnso Will On lu iliu ?<>iirt>?. Petersburg, Va., May 31.?Pursuant to adjournment on Saturday, the commis? sioners of election of Dlmviddle coun? ty met yesterday at the county court house to coinpktu the canvass i?r last Thursday's vote for the various candi? dates for office. Interest centered sole? ly in til'.- vote tor Treasurer, which .was very close es betwci n Samuel V. Gui? llain (Independent), ami .lohn V. Har? ris, the. Incumbent und Democratic nominee. Whvn the commissioners met on Saturday, the returns from nine pre? cincts were passed upon und ncccptea. There were irregularities more or less serious in the returns from the other si* precincts, and in order to examine into them more carefully, and allow both gentlemen interested to be ropresonti .1 ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 1 June 1899

PORTSMOUTH LOCAL NEWS AND A DVEFTfl SEME NTS OF MORE THAN PASSING NOTE A Compilation of Miscellaneous News Matter in Condensed Form. FRESH CLEAN AND BRICHT A Daily Directory of the Ifnppcnlns* Of n DaT Jlrleliy Told, llionc!? Hiniill Kono the Letts InlcrcHt lug nud Important ? liiforninllon ?or TIioko Who Seck I? Know miiU in derstand What !? Ualug ou Aiming tbo People. There will bo a lawn party on K"s<; street, near Glasgow, by the ladies of j Port Norfolk Bantist Church Friday nnd Saturday nights for the benefit of Port Norfolk Baptist Church. Mrs. J. G. Codd's Circle No. 4, of Owens Memorial Church, will have u basket entertainment this (Thursday) evening, June 1st, at the Bchoolhouse corner of South and Godwin streets at S o'clock. Those who took rnrt In "To Old Folks Concert," given by Mrs. Irene T Ethcrldge at Wright Memorial Church some time ago, will please meet at Owens Memorial Church to-night for rehearsal. This excellent entertain? ment, with several Important additi...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 1 June 1899

PORTSMOUTH LOCAL NEWS AND^DVERTfSEl^ I h m m Go-Carts, Stoves, Desks, Couches, Tables, ? The ladies who have seen our superb line of Furniture, Desks, Couches, Parlor Suits, Golden Oak Bed Room Suits, Lace Curtains and Carpets, all come to one conclusion. f "THIS IS THE ONLY PLACE" To buy such articles at economical prices. This same opinion holds good in relation to our fine line of i t REFRIGERATORS AND BftBY CARRIAGES. I ? We have the best assortment in town and are proud to show ^ them. * ITS HIGH TIME ft To put in Screens and get your new Bicycle, both here to good advantage. You can buy SAVE THE COUPONS f f 4& i'i i*i i?i ?fe i?i i'i i*i ?gfc it i'? iei i?i id A*;. A i& ;?i ?& i?i ift i'i- 4tb i?i & i?i ONE I PHILLIPS I WEEK. one! weieik -OF If you do not lake advantage of these prices it is not our fault. rr>0 pieces M sipilto Net. fxirn lino ni.-sh. worth 75c. piece. this week 25c. piece. "? "i yams <,'nit..n Grenadine, worth 121 . .. Hi .-* week ?.'.'"...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 1 June 1899

Review oe the Markets; Shipping News: and Real Estate Business. FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL Stocks, Hooey, Exchange, Bonds, Grain, Cotton, Provisions, Etc. Mew York, May 31.?There was a rc crudcacence of bear sentiment on the Stock Exchange to-day In more for? midable array than ut any time hith? erto since the Spring reactionary per? iod lias been In force. This sentiment met a decisive Check after Mr. Flower's death, when the most powerful finan? cial interests In the country combined to support prices and avert a panic. It had but newly Inaugurated a campaign Inst week when the decision to close the exchange for three days left the lead? ers In rather timid frame of tnitul ab. ut carrying short contracts over for so Ions a period. To-day's slump In prices Beemed to be distinctly a development of the day's operations. Some of the stocks which suffered most severely in the later break, showed signs of firm? ness and even of strength in the open? ing transactions. But si^ns of strength...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 2 June 1899

?????'itnniinuiiiiiii iinim>\iiiiirtr?>uiij? 11 Pages l I IN TWO PARTS. I TTTTTt TTTTtTTrtTTTTTt TTTT1 Ul TTT11? VOL. Ill?NO. 54. oNOBFOLiK, YA., FRIDAY, JUNE * LATEST NEWS OF THE WORLD BY TELEGRAPH AND CABLE!CONT,NUED ON _ ^ ^ J PAGE 6,9,11. JUDGE TARVIN'S GREAT SPEECH Delivered in Louisville Wednesday Night. ONLY HOPE OF SUCCESS He I>coluro? Hi.U c Mmul Wltli out (Itlitllltcnlloti, ite-o i re, or L'Ott ?Iltloim l'ur Ilm I nil' null I'ulliiiK. cil Colling;* of Ml Vit aii(I t.olil at ? UmiIii ui iu to l*?*ntoomcy>a i'o ? 11 Ion. (My Telegraph to Virginian-Pilot.) bouisvllle, Ky., June 1.?The speech of Hon. James 1\ Tarrln, president ol the uhlo Valley Bimetallic League, lust nifilit, wus pronounced one of the bi si ami ablest ever h._nl In this city. Hi had the attention of Iiis audience fur more than an hour. \\ 1th reference to currency reform lie said: WHAT W 13 STAND FOR. "We stand without Qualification, re? st rve, or conditions for the free and un? limited coinage ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 2 June 1899

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK Ofr PAGES TWO, THREE AND FIVE. LOST. LOST OR STOLEN?A CRESCENT Bicycle, No. 3B09L ?10.00 reward If relumed to pollco station. my28-lw _WANTED._ ANTED. ? SOBErTaND indus trious white nun? to run errands ond do porter's work. Apply at THE HUB._It WANTED. ? A YOUNG MARRIED man desires position as clerk In wome wholt-salo or retail mercantile es? tablishment; have considerable experience. Address J. W., caro Virginian-Pilot. jc2-3f_ WANTED. ? POSITION BY EXPE ?lenccd young man of moral habits os night or day watchman or any other thonest employment. Address '/,. 1* D., Virginian-Pilot._Jc".-3t? ANTED POSITION. - AN EXPE rlcnced s!rii writer, wlmlow dresser .end Rents' furnishing salesman desires situation In some department store; good references. Address P. E. C, this ofllec. Je2-3t?_ ANTED ? PARTNER WITH V>.000 for a ir.anv factoring and store busi? ness; a monopoly; large prolits; capital under full control of Investor and Interest pa'id on investment. "172," V...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 2 June 1899

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES TWO THREE AND FIVE. WEATHER REPORT. Washington. r>. C, Juno 1. 1S99. Forecast for Friday: For Virginia?Fair. followed by threatening weather Saturday; light variable winds. For North Carolina?Threatening weather Friday and Saturday; preced? ed by showers in eastern portions; light southwesterly winds. Norlolli nuil VleltlHY WEATHER FORECAST FOR TO? DAY. Probably fair; variable winds becom? ing westerly. TEMPERATURE. RAINFALL. AND HUMIDITY. June 1, 1S'?9. Maximum temperature . 90 minimum temperature . *>'> Normal temperature . "1 Departure from normal.plus 9 Departure from normal since Janu? ary 1st .minus 78 Rainfall in past 24 hours .1?'.! Rainfall since 1st of month.83 Mean humidity . i>4 CALENDAR. Sun rises at 4:4C a. in. and sets at 7:20 p- m. TIDES. Norfolk?High water, atria a- m. and 4:2G p. m. Low water, 10:00 a. m. and 10:f.0 v. m. Old Point?High water, 3:114 a. m. and 4:0". p. m. Low water, 9:39 n. m. and 10:29 p. m. Plt.ll. Tl MIBE ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 2 June 1899

VIRGINIAN - PILOT. (Virginian and pilot publishing COMPANY. lORfOLK VIRGINIAN AND DAILY PILOT. (Consolidated March. 1S3S.) Entered at ths Postofnca at Norfolk, ,Vn., aj> second-class matter. (OFFICE: PILOT BUILDING. CITY HALL AVLNUE. norfolk. va. OFFICERS: A. H. Grandy. President; W. S. Wilk? inson, Treasurer; Jumis 15. Allen, Sec re lar*. BOARD OF DIRECTORS: A. H. Grandy, L. D Starke Jr.. T* W. Bhelton, It. \V. Shultleo W. S. Wilkinson, dames 10. Allen, U. F, Donovan. TilKKK CENTS) 1?KH COPT. subscription rates: The VIRGINIAN-PILOT la delivered to subscribers by onrrlers In No/folk and vicinity Portsmouth. Berkley, tjufloik. .West Norfolk. Newport News, for ID cents per week paynblo to tho carrier. By mail. t? any placo lu tho Lnlted klatce. poslagt- free: W.tlt.V.oiic yiur - t:: im " k i -i in >>ii t tin - _ , 3.0V ? Hirer motitlt* - . 1.30 " Olio mould m m m ..*tO ADVERTISING BATES: Advertise? ments Inserted at the rate or 75 cents a J>qt.ars. nisi insertion; each ?ii...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 2 June 1899

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES TWO. THREE ANDFWE jAbSOIOTEIY fojRE Powder Makes the food more delicious and wholesome ? OVAl OAKIfa POWOS? OO.. REW YORK. COURT DECISIONS. Notes of Cases Recently Decided, Which are of Interest to Our People, DIGESTED BY W. B. MARTIN. (Exclusively for Vlrglnlan-Pllot.) BANK OF FAYETTEVILLE V. N1MOCKS. Supreme Court of North Carolina. A*.ril 4, 1891?. SURRENDER OF COLLATERAL DE? POSITED TO SECURE A NOTE, WITHOUT THE CONSENT OF THE ACCOMMODATION ENDORSER, RELEASES THE ENDORSER PRO TANTO, OR DISCHARGES HIM. This was an action on a note for $3,000 executed by defendant Nimocks to the defendant MeArthur, and by the latter endorse/l to plaintiff. MeArthur was nn accommodation endorser <>f the note, and the nlalntlff bank had held certain collateral for Us payment, which amounted to more than the bal? ance due on It. several credits having been put upon the note. The plaintiff, without notice to, or the consent of the endorser, surrendered the collateral...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 2 June 1899

LATEST TELEGRAPH NEWS, CONTINUED FROM FIRST PAGE (Continued from First Paije.) soon have him elected ns to have Mr. McKinley. "The Organized Wealth of the land, realising the danger impending over it in 1900, and fearing the result of a contest In that year on the lines as laid down in 1S96, Is seeking to save itself by diverting the attention of the peo? ple front the real issue, and by secur? ing a departure by the Democracy frrjm the lines laid down in 18DG, and to that 'end you have men calling themrelvca Democrats, going about to-day, declar? ing for a platform broad enough for all Democrats to stand upon, and you have men calling themselves Democrats, de? claring that we should omit the plank favoring Independent bimetallism at 10 to 1, in the platform of 1900; and you find the political bosa of New York city undertaking to dictate to the s%me end. the platform of 1900. and offering to support the Democratic party If it will surrender the Democracy, and offering to support Mr....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 2 June 1899

THE; NEWS FROM THE OLD NORTH STATE AND ITS CAPITAL SEEN AND HEARD IN RALEIGH The Claim Against Ex-Sheriff Jones, MIS BONDSMEN, LIABLE lie Saym Ho Dor* Not OWO Amoitul ?Inline?! nnd hin ???iiroty Will Ilo elsl Payu'ieut?Tbe Stains of Sou* Heslilcnt Iimtii-uiico t'oiitpnulen ? Ilia Kcxl <iiui|iali;u? II nsbiuid'i I'ouiitlnltit Asrnliist Wife. Raleigh, N. C, June 1.?There is a (HITerence In the amount which ex Sberifl! Jones claims he owes the coun? ty and the amount which the County Commissioners say he should pay. This amount is fa.21S.ll. The Commis? sioners have made a statement, show ins that this is the amount ho owes the county. It is understood that ex-Sheriff Jones says that this amount should bo Included in the list of delinriuent and insolvent tax-payers. It appears that ex-Sheriff Jones has paid In all the money he has collected, and that the difference of ?.">,21S.41 rep? resents the delinquent and Insolvent tax-payers who have not yet settled. County Attorney Armisl...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 2 June 1899

NEWS FROM RICHMOND AND OTHER PARTS OFl^mGTW OUR RICHMOND NEWS BUDGET Interest In Senatorial Reform League Movement. WILL BE NO CONVENTION L tin Dnmo.crntic ExecallveComtuttteo Meets Jan? 12, bnt All Hope Thnt Tbcy Will need tbo (Bebest of tbe Senatorial Reform I.rntno For n ?onatorlnl Convention im Gone Beform league committee to Moot ICik 1 p i (Special to Vlrglnlan-Pllot.) ' Richmond, Va., June 1.?As the time for the meeting of the Executive Com? mittee of the Senatorial Reform League In this city, on June Sth, draws near, the plans of the committee and those who head the movement for the popular selection of a 'Senatorial candidate are being developed. As stated by Hon. William A. Ander? son, the chairman of the May Confer? ence, more than two weeks ago, there will unquestionably be a candidate to represent the principles enunciated by the conference. In other words, there will be a candidate to oppose Mr. Mar? tin, who opposes the principle of the conference platform. It Is stat...

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

troops for otis. NEEDS SBVERAXi THOUSAND MOKE MEN--CAPTAIN TILLEY'S MURDERERS. (By Telegraph to Virginian-Pilot.) Washington, D. C June 1.?Replying to tb.9 Inquiries of the Secretary of War. General Otis telegraphs: ' That ho Is still of the opinion that thirty thousand troops will bo necessary for the effective control of the Philippines." Secrclury Algor took General Otis' cable to the President, and after a con? ference with him, stated that the text of the dispatch would not be made pub? lic. "It reallirm-s General Otis' esti? mate made some time ago." said th ? Secretary, "that 30,000 men would be. sufficient to cone with the situation. As Instated yesterday the regulars now 1 on the way or under orders to go to I the Philippines will give General Otis about Jl.OOtJ or 20,000 men after the withdrawal of the volunteers." "Where will the additional ".,(100 or C.000 men for whom General Otis asks come from?" the Secretary was asked. "That has not been definitely de- i termined as ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 2 June 1899

PORTSMOUTH LOCAL NEWS AND ADVERTISEMENTS |0F MORE THAN PASSING N?TE - r;W> ? 4 Conipilatlon of Miscellaneous . I/latter in Condensed Form. FRESH CLEAN AND BRICHT : A Dally Directory of tlie Hitppenlng* _ ^?1 a liny Briefly Told, TIioiikIi - ?mall Hon? (be Less Interesting ? nil Imporlnnl-Informntlon For Tlioso iTbo Seek lo Know nml Un? ft j deriUnd ?hui la Ooloc od Auiouc ?be People. The School Board will Tncet to-night, j St Is probable that the teachers will be j elected. The assault case which was continued [ Srorn Tuesday until yesterday, was J again continued until Monday. Mr. E. It- Barksdale, In to-day's is-] sue, tells you how you can get up picnic basket In economical style. For | particulars read his "ad." The Port Norfolk cars were not run? ning for several hours yesterday morn- I lng. on account of some accident at the] power-house. A marriage license has been Issued to I Mr. N. L. Oakley to wed Miss May E. | MePhcrson, of this city. There was but six marriage license...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 2 June 1899

PORTSMOUTH LOC?L NEWS AND ADVERTISEMENTS SH IT AL I ft Go-Carts, Stoves, Desks, Couches, Tables. # The ladies who have seen our superb line of Furniture, 2? Desks, Couches, Parlor Suits, Golden Oak Lied Room Suits, Lace Curtains and Carpets, all come to one conclusion. "THIS IS THE ONLY PLACE" To buy such articles at economical prices. This same opinion holds good in relation to our tine line of I REFRIGERATORS AND BABY CARRIAGES. 1 We have the best assortment in town and are proud to show them. ITS HIGH TIME To put in Screens and get your new Bicycle. You can'buy i?i WEEK. oinje: week -OF If you do not take advantage of these prices it is not our fault. 200 p!r.s Mosquito Not, extra fine med), worth T8c. piece, this week 26c. piece. ",<x') yards Cotton Qrenadlne, worth 12Vfee.. thin week 8Vic yarda pretty Lawns cheap at he., this w. < k 3'j. . :i.'>0 yards vlvolta Corded Wash Lawns, worth 1214c., this week 6V4c. Ladtes' S'.lkallno Underskirts, worth ?! 60, this week $1.25....

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 2 June 1899

Review of the Markets; Shipping News; and Real Estate Business. FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL Stocks, Money, Exchange, Bonds, Grain, Cotton, Provisions, Etc. New York, June 1.?The bears made nome further progress in forcing prices to a lower level 10-day, but they were by no means in so aggressive and con lldunt a mood as yesterday. There was very heavy covering of. short contracts during the course of the day, and lusi prices are materially ubovc the lowest even in those stocks which sltow the heuvlest net losses. The bears met de? termined resistance' in some of the Stucks which have hitherto proved most vulnerable to their attack. The latter part of the day showed a dis? tinctly improved tone and an upward tendency of prices, with no disposition apparent from the bear faction to make further ventures for the present. After the opening dip in prices, liiere was the usual professional covering designed to meet the orders of outside operators. The resulting rally was short lived, and the...

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