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

SCENES IN PORTO RICO TYPICAL DRAWING ROOM IN A PORTO RICO HOUSE tn none of Uncle Sam's new posses-1 ?ionsare there to befouml so manybeau ifvil homes and gardens as In Porto CO. The little Island seems to be cov? et .) with them, and It is safe to say ; "'once de Loon should return he would ii i go out of the place In search of the intnin of everlasting youth. These I:, mcs are not confined to Hie cities. In ? !. most of thorn are to he found In the \nd high ground which surround I them. In appearance they are veritable ' gardens of Eden. The visitor never tires of walking on the wide pathways or Unding rest and repose front the rays of the tropic sun in the shade of the great palm and other trees which grow in abundance. The owners of these places seem to vie with one another to make their places the most beautiful, and as a consequence it is difficult to select the finest. One, however, which surpasses many of the others Is the p irden of the Pe Leon estate near Ponce. It Is proba...

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

RICHMOND NEWS LETTER The First Virginia Regiment In the Throes of Death. HAVE MONEY ALL THE SAME Will Likely no Reorganised -- Mrs. I.nry Uliilics i?u Appen I 10 Govern* or Tyler?W ill Sco Mrs. lUcKinlcy ?Hero or Sniillugo Will He T*IM dcrni itccepilon ? Mr. DcJnriiell Wants (lie Ollicc. (Special to Virglnlan-Pilot.) ? Richmond, Va., Jan. 14.?The First [Virginia Regiment is in the throes ot death, and it cannot last much longer. Colonel Jo. Lane Stern, the assistant .'inspector general, has prepared his -(report on the condition of the regl ,; jiient for submission to the Governor, ? and while he will not make known its KScontents until the paper has reached i'the Chief Executive, it is understood [rthat he recommends immediate action [?on the part of Governor Tyler, t'olo I'jiel Stern was sought by a reporter to ~<d.*iy and asked to throw some light upon his report, but he said that it jgrwould be Improper for him to discuss Bat nt this time. In reply to a (|ttes Sftion ...

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

Till; 01,0 DOMINION Brief Items of Interest Picked Up Here and There. ICnte T.lnkans, the three-year-oltl daughter of Mr. John Uukans, \va3 killed Wednesday at her home In Pu laski cfcty by the accidental discharge of a pistol in the hands of James Rod gers, a boy 13 years old. The contest between General .T. A. Walker and Judge Rhea has commenc? ed. Both sides are taking evidence in Pulnski county, it Is believed Judge Rhea will get the seat in Congress. The annual meeting of the .lames (Breathed Camp! Confederate Veterans, will he hehl at Pltlaskl next Thursday. Among the speakers on this occasion will ho .indue Seiden Longley. lion. p. 8 Pollock and Capt. l. 11. Larew, of New Herne. At l o'clock the mem? bers of Pulaskl ami Flora Stuart Chapters or the Daughters of the Con? federacy of the county will meet with the veterans and the dons of the court room will be open to the pub? lic. Willie 03., infant sen of Mr. and Mrs. Henry G?rnett, died Friday morning of pneumonia at the hom...

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

NORTH CAROLINA NEWS BUDGET Old North State Lawmakers Grinding Out Bills. ' ARE AFTER CORPORATIONS BIn?tTnl<o Onl Sliito < lif?rlor? lo !><> miKiuoKN in Carolina?Tue Leglsln. inro rioo?ir?l WHli PetIIlona ?A Dlacliarso of Ail ilio Penitentiary Kmpiojoci i? Demanded or tiie Democratic Party. (Special to Vlrglnlan-Fllot.1 Raleigh, N. C, Jan. 1?.?Rcprcsent fitlve Locke Cralg has introduced in t the House a bill which requires cor? porations desiring to do business in this Btate to pay a license-tax of J.%00. At first it was $1,<'00, but to-ilay lie decided to make the llffuro $500. The bill is in? tended to apply lo railway and insu? rance companies, and appears in a way to bo a result of caucus action. Your correspondent to-day had a talk with Cralg about this bill, and asked him its purpose. He said: "Its purpose is to prevent the removal to Federal Courts of causes by or ngalnst foreign corporations. The fee fixed by t...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 15 January 1899

-rwr T?s T?e HP w WS ?"Sf W.? W W Iff W The Hub's ery Vestige The Greatest Money-Saving Event in Years! Prices Cut to the Core of the Winter Stock of and To-morrow, Monday, January 16th?The Hub throws open its doors upon the greatest event which hu^ ever occurred in this vicinity?when begins the Third Annual Clearance and Pre-In\entory Sale of the entire Winter stock of Men's and Boys' high-grade Clothing, Mats and Furnishings. It has been the undeviating policy of The Hub to dear out each season's stocks at the end of that season?and not to carry over goods from one season to another. The Hub has always lived up to this policy?and permits nothing to stand in its way. So after the most successful season of our entire career?we begin the task of affecting a complete clearance ol the immense surpluses left from the great selling ol the past few months. Nothing has been saved from the reduction knife. We've cut and slashed worth prices until cost is laid bare. We've ignored all precede...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 15 January 1899

PORTSMOUTH LOCAL NEWS ?ND ADV EI RTIS E MEN TS PORTSMOUTH AND NORFOLK COUNTY What Virginian-Pilot Rep? resentatives Hear Daily. BRIEF ITEMS OF INTEREST 'Jlif Movement* ?I People tu Wimm lit" A Vertigo Ft. ;\il> r 1-. I mo r iMril - H npppllt HCl In l.i'ita t -1! ils IlK-MH, KltltCOWIIH llllll Sut'lill I lr Vlt'H A l'oiccajil of Inline liven I a. Tlcv. Dr. A. F. Owen will nil the pul? pit . tin; Ceritreville Baptist Church to-day. 'I his is iiiiv? of the churches which desire Dr. Owen its pastor. Mrs. N. 13. Laigoff and sott have gone to Chicago. Mrs. Litidgoff'8 mother is a resident of thai <Uy, and is seriously iK. hence the trip. Congressman It. A. Wise is doing his utmost to get a public building for Portsmouth. He appeared before the Congressional Committee on public Grounds and Buildings Friday and ad? vocated an appropriation of $100,000 f it that purpose. The accomplished singer. Mrs. Auspach, from Lynchburg, is epoct cd to render, a solo morning' and ev...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 15 January 1899

PORTSMOUTH ADVERTISEMENTS. Continued. THE BUSIEST CLOTHING STORE. JANUARY SALE. OF MEN'S SUITS AND OVERCOATS. BARGAIN MONTH OF THE YEAR, Record Breaking Bargains Ct7 flr IN FINEST CLOTHING ^7 IC OIi40 AND OVERCOATS. 5li40 ' It would not take BUClt a out to move them, bul wo wnilt to do 't In a hurry. everybody know.; what splendid pattosns they are and what splendid made up garments they are. See our windows. ST.45 SALE RRIOE $7.45 shoe: departmEzr\]~r. Wo tell you every week about those Men's Hand Bewcd In Tan and Black, at JT.Tfl, the,best Shoe f ir wear lo ks, comfort and keoj !liu In shape We don't hcsl tate to say as good as sold In Un ted States for Try a i?iir. you'll be pleased with them. THE BR&N3T COMPANY, 213 and 215 High St. STRICTLY ONE PRICE?FOR CASH ONLY. 12=4 ^SIX PAIR OF^ ALL WOOL BLANKETS ,TO BE CLOSED OUT AT REGULAR PRICE $6.50 PER PAIR. BMMBTT jyi^A^ TERMS CASH. 318 KIGH STREET. Eg n. Keep Out In the Open as much as possible. Nothing like at our t&...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 15 January 1899

FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL [locks, Honey, Exchange, Bonds, Grain, Cotton, Provisions, Etc. New York. Jan. 14.?Transaction* on th? stock Exchange to-day Were the largest Tor a two-hour session In many years, and ha.l the same volume Con? tinned for the usual ftve-hourft' trad lue It would have been within a quar? ter of a million or two million Shares. As it was there were nearly iOO.OOO shares dealt in. ami the average ni l rise in pi ices w as from 1 to 2 points in tin? shares; which figured most ex? tensively in the dealings. There was i diversion of Inter* m from the Pacific into higher priced stocks, the rjrang< s being the gainers. The exeltcmOnl on the lioor of the Stock Exchange was, tremendous. There was an unusually large attendance of brokers for the short session as the constant Influx of outside orders rendered it necessary I the large dealers to transfer Oonslder nb-lo of their buaihnsa to the hands of smaller brokers at the regular comthls stoti between member...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 17 January 1899

'""'iimiiinuuii iimiiiiiiiuii 1111 um 3 is IN TWO PARTS. fTTTT TTTy TTTT T VOL. II?NO. ?1. NORFOLK. VA., TUESDAY, .TAN 17 A II Y i ? 1ST ?um i iiuiiiuii; 1-DAY f WEATHER FORECAST FOR TO-DAY _ t. NORFOLK. AND VICINITY? t W ? \%i iM 11 lr* ^ Threatening weather, with ? > \ E /"n^t^ot* /^y'^^ change in temperature: light southwest p 1S90?TWELVE PAG BS. TIIttEE CENTS PER COPY. THE EAGAN AND MILES DISPUTE Fierv Commissary General Modifies His Testimony. APOLOGIZES TO COMMISSION Ketitrna m* .sworn Testimony Wttii Hie Objectionable l.tuigiinga Klint? luntcd-Nccreturj Algor Nnys In? War nrpiirlmont linn Tnken No Aollou? I'robnblo Uutcouio or (lio Controversy. (fly Telegraph to Vlrgtn.an-Pilot.) Washington, I> C, Jan. 10.?Follow? ing Is the text of. the letter sent by General Eagan to the war commission to-day, with an amended statement In reply to the charges made by General Miles concerning the beef furnished the tinny: Office of Commissary General of Subsistence, Was...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 17 January 1899

WANTED. WANTED. ? DADY TO YVOKK IN photograph and tin type gallery. Apply at onci> at WAGONJiR, 31M Main street._it* Iii IRST - CDASS PA INTER. WANTS 1 work. Address PAlNTlvK, care Vir glnlan-l'ilot_jal7-3t* WANTED. ? DA D Y BOOKKEEPER and accountant, typewriter pre? ferred. Apply at CABLE PIANO CO., No. 62 Hank street, city. jal.V3t WANT 10 D. ? A MIDDLE - ACER white woman for general house? work In family of three; must stay on premises. Address with references \v. J., Virginian-Pilot ofllce, jai7-;tt WANTED. ? POSITION AS Book? keeper or salesman, with expe? rience; satisfactory reference furnished. Address p.. care Vlrglnian-Pllot. Jal3-3t* YOUNG MAN. EIGHTEEN YEARS of age, would like to aecurc a posi? tion In some honorable bus'ness; will work for hoard until business Is learned. Address "ENERGY," care Virginian Pilot._JalS-at* WANTED. ? AN EXPERIENCED lady for lady suit and coat depart? ment; only an experienced person need apply. Address ENTERPRISE, ehre Vir? ginia...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 17 January 1899

WEATHER REPORT. Washington. Jan. 16.?Weather fore cast for Tuesday: Virginia?Rain, followed by fair Tuesday afternoon or night; fair and much colder Wednesday; fresh varia? ble winds. North Carolina?Rain, followed by fair: light variable winds; fair and much colder Wednesday. METEOROLOGICAL DATA. Maximum temperature . 5?. Minimum temperature . 41 Normal temperature . -*2 Departure from normal .plus 6 Departure since Jan. 1st.plus 2C Rainfall In past 24 hours .20 Rainfall since 1st of month .1.92 Mean humidity . 90 WEATHER. Threatening weather, with rain; no change in temperature; light southeast winds. CALENDAR. Sun rises, 7:17 a. m.; sun sets, 5:1b p. m. TIDES. Norfolk-High water, 1:07 a. in. and 3:20 p. m. Low water, 7:24 a. m. and 7:.15 p. m. Old l'olnt? High water, 12:42 a. m. and 1:06 p. m. Low water, 7:o:$ a. m. and 7:14 p. m. ' Monuments and Gravestones. The selection of a suitable memorial in marble or gran? ite can be readily made from our stock, for wc carry the inrge.vt a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 17 January 1899

?BY THE? VIRGINIAN AND PILOT PUBLISHING COMPANY. I.ORfOLK VIRGINIAN AND DAILY PILOT. (Consolidated March, 1S9S.) Entered at the Postofflce at Norfolk, Va., aa second-class matter. OFFICE: PILOT BUILDING. CITY HALL AVENUE. NORFOLK, VA. OFFICERsTa. H. Git ANDY. President; M. GLENN AN, Vlcc-Presidcn t: W. 8. WILKINSON, Treasurer; JAMES E. AL? LEN St-cretnry. HOARD OF DIRECTORS: A. H. Grnndj- M. (Herman. L. D. Starke, Jr., T. W. Shelton. It. W. Sliultlce, James E. Allen, D. F. Donovan. _ Til REG CtiMTH PER < OI'T. 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 pavablo to the carrier. By mail, to any plnco in tho United States, postage free: Alf. T, our yriir - 8.VQ0 ?* six months - **.o ? *? tfarco mouths - - J..10 om? month m n ' m .."iO ADVERTISING RATES: Advertise? ments inserted at the rate of 75 cents a Square, first Insertion: each su...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 17 January 1899

Baking Powder Makes the food more delicious and wholesome lV BRAM?LEIOS ?ARD. Rev. C. E. Woodson. rector of St. Peter's P. E. church, preached his sec? ond anniversary sermon before bis con? gregation Sunday morning. The church under Mr. Woodson's administration has greatly Improved financially, and there has been a considerable Increase In the membership. The condition of the church in every respect has been very much Improved. The first District Conference of thes Woman's Foreign Missionary Society of the M. E. Church, South, In the Norfolk District will convene in Mc Kendree church at 9:30 o'clock this morning. Mrs. F. A. Washington, of London Bridge, formerly of Norfolk, the secretary of the district, under whose energetic management the con? ference has been arranged, will pre? side, and the program will be a most Interesting one. The public is invited. Special railroad rates have been se? cured, and a large out-of-town attend? ance is expected. Miss Agnes Carty. of Clalhornc a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 17 January 1899

A BATHE ROYAI, The Contest For Senator in Penn? sylvania. Quay, tlto Itcpithllciiti t'nneii? Nomi? nee, Jinks, tiic Democrat'* < liolcc, mill it Half Dor.ru "Favorite WnMn lu llio Flelit-Denillock I'iuhi ble. (By Telegraph to Vlrglnlan-Pllot.1 Harrlsburg, Ta., Jan. 16.?The battle for United States Senator will open In earnest to-morrow with tho taking of the first ballot In ttv Senate and House. The two houses will vote separately at 3 o'clock in tho afternoon and in joint assembly on YWiitu .-<luy. If tho same person receives a ma? jority of all the votes in each house he will be declared elected. If the houses in their separate action do not agree the Joint assembly will proceed to elect a Senator. In the event of a deadlock or failure to elect the joint assembly will meet each succeeding day and take at least one vote until a Senator Is chosen. The light Is between Senator Quay, backed by the It'!' Senators and mem? bers who took pert in the Republican caucu...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 17 January 1899

RICHMOND NEWS AND GOSSIP General Joe Wheeler in the Capital City. GIVEN A GREAT OVATION Plctnro of Colonel Joint I'cllinm Pro? Homed to 1.10 Cimip-Hio Hero or Nntitllngo Jlnkn n nenuttlul Knrecti mid In Applauded to tlio JJcho ? I li'u 'Mil) Kittcrtnluod l>y i lie uovornnr mid Others. (By'Telcgraph to Virginian-Pilot.) Richmond, Va., Jan. 16.?General Jo? seph Wheeler arrived here nt 7:30 o'clock to-night. Edwin P. Cox und a committee from the Sons of Veterans met him at Elba Station. They took him to Murphy's Hotel In a carriage. After cupper the committee carried him to Lee Camp Hall, where he presented to the camp tho picture of Major Pal ham. He sold In part: . GEN. WHEELER'S SPEECH. Ladles and Gentlemen: It affords me groat pleasure that I am permitted to bo with you on this interesting occa? sion. Virginia, tho birthplace of pa? triots, the homo of. heroes, the grave of liberty's martyrs! it Is a privilege to stand upon her historic soil. How over? whelmingly rush-up...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 17 January 1899

TUE 010 DOMINION Brief Items of Interest Picked Up Here and There. Cards are out announcing fho ap? proaching marriage of Miss Varabel Petite Ogburn to Mr. Harold A. Taylor, of >' 9W Zealand. The prospective bride Is tho accomplished daughter of Mr. It. E. Ogburn, of near South Hill, Meck? lenburg county. The event will take place at Shlloh Methodist Church, in that county, Tuesday afternoon, Janu? ary 24th. William Jackson, of Staunfon. was convicted of cutting Charles Carter Sat? urday and sentenced to one year in tho penitentiary. The handsome residence of Mrs. Si? meon Ooyner, near Waynesboro, erected over one hundred yca.rw ago, was re? cently burned down. Mrs. N. P. Hannah, formerly of Ap pemattox, mother of Mr. James H. Hannah, of Richmond, died Friday night, aged G4 years. Mary Archer, the little daughter of Mr. Carter Class, owner and editor of the Lynchburg News, fell and broke ono of her wrists Saturday. An unknown man, riding on a ticket from Lynrhhurg to Klle...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 17 January 1899

NORTH CAROLINA NEWS BUDGET Legislature Against Seating of Polyamist Roberts. THE RESOLUTIONS ADOPTED Nenutors and Itcproncutatlvs Ask eil to Advocate Passngo or Law by <on(jr<:ii (hut WlllForcvorDi'bnrn Polygamlst in.in Occupying a *enl In Tliat JUoUy ? Other Lcglslatlvo Proceedings, (By Telegraph to Vlrglnian-Pllot.) Raleigh, N. C, January 16.?In the House of Represent a tivves of the Gem-* eral Assembly of NOrth Carolina, Mr. Patterson, of Ctifldwell county, to-dny offered a rcsoluitlon protesting against fbe seating of Congreesmati-elect 13. H. Roberts, of Utah. The resolution calls upon the Sena? tors and Representatives In Congress from North Carolina, not only to oppose the seating of Mr. Roberts, but to pass a law covering all 6ueh cases In the fuiture. The text of the resolution fol Ibws: "Wherena, at an eSectwn held In Utah in November, B. H. Roberts wets elected as a member of tho Fifty-sixth Con? gress of the United States, and as the said B. H. Robe...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 17 January 1899

PORTSMOUTH LOCAL NEWS AND ADVFBTlf ix/ifr^,-,-<=; PORTSMOUTH AND NORFOLK COUNTY What Virginian-Pilot Rep? resentatives Hear Daily. ERIEF ITEMS OF INTEREST Hie MoTfinouli of I'cople lu Whom lite Avemc? ItcaUei- Ii Inter? ested -Ma|?|?eiilii?<l I*eg??l?Bus? lucss, Bellgeous und Noclnl ?'lr elm-A t'orccual or I-titurc l.vrllll. Mr. W. J. Rogers, of the Vtrginlan Pilot, is confined to his homo on ac? count of Blckness. Tin- mild weather Sunday afternoon had the effect <>f bringing out a great many ladies and children. The Hos? pital Park was the favorite spot for them. Dr. F. S. Hope received a telegram from Richmond Sunday night that the operation performed on the throat of his little daughter Mary had been very successful. Her mother is with her and both will be home in a few days, they desiring to spend a few days in Peters? burg. Police Officer Hart Is re?orted sick at his residence, on Henry street. Rev. Mr. Riddick. the newly appoint? ed...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 17 January 1899

PORTSMOUTH LOCAL NEWS ?ND ADVERTISEMENTS" - _.._ Continued. ????_ THE BUSIEST CLOTHING STORE. JANUARY SALE OF MEN'S SUITS AND OVERGOATS. BARGAIN MONTH OF THE YEAR, Record Breaking Bargains $7.45 IN FINEST CLOTHING AND OVERCOATS. S7.45 Tt would not take euch a cut to move them, but we want to do '.t In a hurry. Everybody knows what splendid patterns they are and what splendid made up garments they ore. Soo our windows. $7.45 SALE PRICE $7.45 SHOE! DELRARTIVIEirslT. Wo tell you every week about lhose Men's Hand Sewed In Tan and Black, at 13.60, the best Shoe for wear, looks, comfort and keeping in shape. We don't hesi? tate to say as good as sold In Un'.ted States for J3.50. Try a pair, you'll bo pleased with them. THE BRANDT COMPANY. 213 and 215 High St. STRICTLY ONE PRICE?FOR CASH ONLY. -?^_SIX PHIR OF> 12=4 ALL WOOL BLANKETS TO BE CLOSED OUT AT -?-$4.30 f ? I?&iiv2---i?: REGULAR PRICE $6.50 PER PAIR. TERMS CASH. 318 HIGH STREET. Keep Out In the Open as much a...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 17 January 1899

REVIEW OF MARKETS FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL Stocks, Honey, Exchange, Bonds, Grain, Collen, Provisions, Etc ' Now York, January 15.?The week opened with transactions again reach? ing; the million share mark, resulting in Irregular net changes, losses prevail? ing. London, it was estimated, sold al? together 75.000 shares here, nearly half of that amount In the first quarter of an hour. There was no news market wise of any Importance. Standard Stocks wert? in heavy demand In the forenoon, all the Grangers making new records for high prices. The evidence, of support to leading stocks wo? fol? lowed by bursts of strength elsewhere after a period of hesitancy in the early dealings. There was a rise In Federal Steel on the continued good demaind for iron products, nut the advantage gained was not fully ret imed. Among other s pec i.a it': es where renewed Inter? est jvas displayed were Metropolitan, Consolidated Gas, Leather preferred and American steel, while Air Brake made a sensational ...

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