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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 20 June 1899

THE NEWS OF NORFOLKf^^AGES TW?7f riREE FIV AND SIX. Makes the food snore delicious and wholesome COURT DECISIONS. Notes of Cases Recently Decided, Which are oT Interest to Our People, DIGESTED BY W- B- MARTIN. (Exclusively for' VIrglnlan-Pllot.) SPRINKLE V. KNIGHTS T. &' M. I. CO. Supreme Court of North Carolina. April 11. ISO'J. AN INSURANCE COMPANY IS NOT BOUND BY THE KNOWLEDGE OF ITS AGENT. WHO, IN DRAWING THE APPLICATION FOB AS? SURED. FRAUDULENTLY FALSI? FIED HIS ANSWERS CONCER.N 1NG HIS HEALTH, TO PREVENT REJECTION Ob' HIS APPLICA? TION. Thl? waa an action against the de? fendant Insurance company on a policy of Insurance Issued by it. The tiefen I nnt alleged that the Insured, In his an? swers lo questions In his application with regard to his health, had mail false and rrauduh nt representations. It was proved by ih.- evidence thai the assured had made two answers I" the tfucetlons asked him by the agent of the company, but that the agent bad pul them down falsel...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 20 June 1899

THE NEWS ?F NORFOLK"oN P?GlS two, Tfi^R FIVE ANDffiC BRIEF HEMS DP INTEauoi. Mr. A. M. Agela.-to,, jr., has returned from Buropc. .\n immense turtle, said to have weighed 197 pounds, was found on the. beach at Ocean View yesterday morn? ing. It had !>..??? 11 dead some lime, and drifted in with Ihe tide, and although somewhat decayed, it excited consid? erable interest. The ll lohmond Times of Sunday pub? lishes a likemss of Rev. W. J. Young, D. D., of this city, as part of an article on the propose,i .Methodist Orphanage'. Mr. F. Wade Vaughan, of Atlanta, Ca., will speak ut Ihe Union Mission this evening at S O'clock. All Welcome. Tin- Members of the Needle Work Guild of the Norfolk Protestant 11 ?Spi? tal will meet at the residence of Mrs. J. L. Roper, on Tuesday morning tit 11 o'clock. Changes have just been made in the outer waiting room at the Ocean View depot at Norfolk. The exit to the train Is now near the door from the main waiting room. Miss Mary Ma gee, one of ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 20 June 1899

THE NEWS FROM THE OLD NORTH STATE AND I I S CAPITAL. OUR BALE! NEWS BUDGET Dispute Between State Treasurer and Penitentiary Board, SITUATION AT KITTREW. Um I xr<-itt I vi? lion i ll f'ontentls Unit Debts of l,ri>Hcntlnry Contracted Prior lo llpcember 31, 1808 9nil llo l*nl?l Out of hnlo i>l lloiirts, null che At lorncy-Gonorul *uy*> !Vliy-.llll-t h.iii-.;. Rnloich, N. C Juno in.?As n result of tho opinion of the Attorney General, touching the payment <>t" penitentiary claims, published In Sunday's paper, there is now a clash between the Stat" Treasurer and the Executive Board of the Stale's Prison. Tho State Treasurer, following the Attorney General's opinion, announces thut he will pay out of the funds aris? ing from the recent bond stile no debt contracted after December 31st, iv.?v The Executive Board contends that this is not n correct construction of the law, nor tic Intention of the Legisla? ture in enacting It ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 20 June 1899

NEWS FROM RICHMOND AND OTHER PARTS OF VIRGINIA. RICHMOND NEWS AND GOSSIP Governor Tyler and Family Visit the Southwest. POLYTECHNIC INSTITUTE 1IU Excellency Will Attend Ihe <?ou> ! nieiiccitieii t Ixrrrlxpi An Inter oatltiK i.ciiit KcKorillng Pro* l ?I mi Jlnnid Monroe-Tlie It. i". & t. j Rnltwny ? Two .llou Sem to tin- { Penlicuilitry, (Special to Virginian-mot.) Richmond, Vn., June 19.?Governor Tyler, Mrs. Tyler and Miss Lily Tyler left for Southwest Virginia to-d.'y, the Governor to attend the com mi nee meirt exercises at tho Polytechnic In? stitute at Blacksburg to-morrow, vvhll Mrs. Tyler and Miss Lily will go on to Belle Hampton, probably to remain all summer. The Governor Is expected to return to Richmond this work, but later he and Miss Tyler, Miss Sue nnd Hal, Will go to the Southwest for iho hot season. Major Heth Tyler will probu bl accompany them, ns lie is to be mus? tered out .Tune ruth. Mr. ,J. H?ge Tyler, Jr.. will remain here durin...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 20 June 1899

THE NEWS FROM VIRGINIA CONTINUED FROM PAGE EIGHT NEWPORT NEWS. Another Big Gun Received For the Kearsarge. njr. llniillt'Sflon I.onvot* For TCIImlng ton ? Tyitliogrniilitcal tttilon Or Kitii lzi>U - ? all lv Mtllpuioul lo ! n^ luna?Colored Cbttrcb Dedienteil. Newport News. Vn., Juno 10.?There arc now two great guns at the ship? yard and both of them are for the llrst class battleship Kearsarge. The first of these guns arrived from Washington about ten days ago and the second yesterday, morning. The latter one was shipped from Washing? ton Saturday morning on two steel cars. It was securely chained down to ?both. On arriving here yesterday morning at 11 o'clock, it was Immedi? ately transferred to the shipyard. The gun weighs 141,977 pounds and is the right hand rifle for the forward turret on the Kearsarge. Its number is 14. The gun which arrived at the yard several days ago is No. 10 and the right hand rille for the after turret of tie Kearsarge. It weights 141,877 pound...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 20 June 1899

PORTSMOUTH LOCAL NEWS AND A D VERT IS E ME NTS A Compilation of Miscellaneous News Malter in Condensed Form. FRESH CLEAN AND BRIGHT A i).mi Directory <>i the lln|t|?enlui?' ofait l>?.v llrtelly Told, 'lliuiiuli Mm.II ii. lite Leun 1111 en-Hi t nu ?ml Import inn Inloi iii.xloti 1 ?ii 'J'Iiono ti in> Meok Hu?w mi?l Um? tlernliiiKl tVliat is ttotlig i?n Allioiiss llio 1'eople. Mr. and Mrs- James Dayis lost by death yesterday their Infant daughter, Mallie Maupin Du vis. The funeral of the lute Thomas Stark was conducted Si/nduy from his resi? dence, ut Pinner's Point, Rev. W. It. Proctor presiding. The remains were taken to Accomac county yesterday toi interment. There will be nn important meeting of Howard Division, Sons of Temperance, to-night. Attention Is called to the advertise? ment of $".0.000 of Fifth Ward paving bomls. which are offered for sale. Thesi bonds bear 1 per cent. Interest and un to run for ten years, ami are exempt from ta...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 20 June 1899

PORTSMOUTH LOCAL. NEWS.AND ADVERTISEMENTS. a 13' tin A El tys'Q 1 D ^fi Sil if! d RETIRING SA Such a marvelous seltjng of High Grade Merchandise never before known in this vicinity. Prices cut regardless ot cost. The items below will interest you. We will be glad to have you call whether you wish to purchase or not. Bargains in Men's Clothing. Bargains in ttie Children's Clothing Department. Double-breasted Btuo Serge Coats worth $5.00, J2.3S. Men's Linen Crash Suits, all si.... worth $1.50, $1.39. Children's Reefer Suits, ages 3 to S, worth and 50, $1,29. -" ?. I Children's Stilts, nges ?! to 14, worth $1 The standard Blue Hcrse. worth $1.:.. ?>. unj j.; . :o g? ut $7.ss. - , Knee Pants, a f- w odd sizes, worth An? of $6, $7 and $3 Men's Bu'.ts, to go ......... i . at $4.89. Any of our $12, $13.50 and $15.00 Wen's Suits. $9.98. Men's Pants, in the latest plaid effects, worth $2.5* and $3.50, $!.'.??>. Bargains in Ilia Neil's Fur? nishing DepariiiBnt, Men's Ind...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 20 June 1899

Review oe Tim Markets; Shipping News; and Real Estate Business. REVIEW OF MARKETS FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL Stocb, Money, Exchange Bonds, Grain, Cotton, Provisions, Etc. New York, Jinn- 1'.?.?Speculation In stocks has evidently reached a sort ot equatorial line und is hopelessly be calmed In Ihe doldrums with not enough headway to Indicate In which direction its course shall be finally shaped. Dealings to-day continued profoundly dull and iaus.de of move? ments ot a few special stocks, which were Influenced by individual causes the day s events were inconsequential As is only natural In a market win ti? the buying demand is practically ml, the drift of prices was drownod, even with a very small body of offerings to weigh on tho market. There was, in addition, the sympathetic effects of tin active liquidation, coupled with b-at pressure in Steel ami Wire. The net resUllS for the day are losses in almost all cases, and in quite a large numbei of cases these amount to as much as a point...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 21 June 1899

LATEST NEWS OF THE WORLD BY TELEGRAPH AND CABLE {llZT.loZ Another Report From Captain Chadwick Made Public. LT. HElLNEfTS STATEMENT i in I.ictitctmiii (.'out m ii ii (I or Niiya nr. ?fotfifsoii um Muh? ibo Mnii nnni Attributed i<> Ulm mm loWbut l'oni? nioilwra settlor Ni?l?l m Siintlwira A'tlVltl Bnltla About llio Ti'Xun?A Correction UiVoii Out. (I3y Telegraph to Vlrglnlan-PUot.) Washington, D. C, June 20.?Follow? ing the statement of Lieutenant Com? mander Hodgson respecting the events that occurred on the bridge of the Brooklyn, July 3d, the Navy Depart? ment to-day made public the following report from Cuptain Chadwick of his examination of Lieutenant Commander Hcllner.;_ THE REPORT. I". S. S. New York. Boston, Mass., June 19, 1S90. Sir: In obedience to the outers of the Secretary of the Navy. I have the honor to make the following report of an examination of Lleutcant Command? er Hcllner with respect of his knowl? edge of ;i conversation r< porte...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 21 June 1899

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES TWO, THREE, FIVE AND SIX. FOUND.?M I.OOS. PINK, at MOUTH Tanner's Creek. Address JOHN w. WEST, Sewcll's Point. j.el5-lw \\T ANTED. ? ONE WHKELWRitlllT; y\ steady Job to good inun. Also ono blacksmith's helper. Apply 553 Chapel street._Je2l-Sf WANTED. -A BRIGHT, ACTIVE young man to tako* position n.s stenographer; must also nave some knowledge of bookkecn ng and of lumber business; position in the city, A. B. Je20-3t*_ TT ANTED ? FIRST-CLASS. UP-TO ?? dato foreman for saw mill; good puv for right man. Apply to DUKE SMITH, Citizens' Hank building. je20-3t W~?NTED-^MO JUNIPER POLES, 40 feet lone. 12 inches bottom, 8 inches top. Address, ?:> Bank street, city, jeis-?t? WANT KD. ? FIRST-CLASS _ SEAM stn ss in pr vale home at once, Kor Information call No 13 Middleton street, Berkley._Jol!i-3t WANT KD. ? BY THE ELIZABETH City Buggy Co., a good buggy and carriage trimmer. Address THE KLIZA BETH CITY BUGGY CO.. Elizjheih City, N. C. j. 1.-.-1W AGENTS ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 21 June 1899

the news of norfolk on pages two, THREETfiVR and six "Washington, D. C June 20, 1899. Forecast for Wednesday: For Virginia?Fair Wednesday and Thursday; not so warm Wednesday night; variable winds. For North Carolina?Fair Wednesday and Thursday; continued high tempera? ture; light southwesterly winds. IVnrfoln Mill 1 IClltltV WEATHER FORECAST FOR TO-DAY, Fair and warmer; westerly winds. TEMPERATURE. RAINFALL AND HUMIDITY. Maximum temperature . .'. 88 Minimum temperature . 6a Normal temperature . Departure from normal . 0 Departure since Jan. 1st.minus 11 Raibfaii in past 24 hours .o Rainfall since 1st of month.5.".SI Mean humidity . CO TIDES. Sun rises ut 4:4G a. m. and sets at 7:28 i>. m. CALENDAR. Norfolk?Hlch water, 6:51 a. m. and T:22 i>. in. Low water, 0:57 a. m. and 1:01 p. m. Ohl Point?High water. 0:30 a. m. and 7:01 p. in. Low water, 0:3C a. m. and 12:43 p. in. MoDiinifiii'j an*J Graves'om The selection of a f.ultiti'.o memorial In mnrblr. or r.rnn tic c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 21 June 1899

VIRGINIAN-PILOT. ?BT TIIE? VIRGINIAN AM) l'll.oT l'Cm.ISIUNQ COMPANY. ici.ioLK \um akd DAIllf PILOT- I (Consolidated .March. IMS.) Eintett? at lliw Postoftice at Norfolk. Va.. a.-, ?vcu.-ni . ...fs matter. Ul- l-H. K- P.'EUT BCI I.I 'INO. C1T> HAI.L. A? EM1B. NORFOLK. VA. OFFICERS: A. 11. Brandy, ['resident; W. S. Wilk? inson; Treasurer: Jaints 13. Allen, See re iar>. BOARD OF DIRECTORS: A. H Orandy, L !? Starke Jr.. T W. Blieltoti, it W. Shulttve \\. 8. Wilkinson. Junic? K. Allen. L>. j-'. Donovan. I llltKlj ? ? I'SlU <OiY. SUBSCRIPT.ON RAT?S: The VIIdUNIAN-l'?.OT Is dnUvercd in subscribers by carrier? t" No. folk and v.cir.ity Portsmouth. Berkley. ?s"rr?-'i West Norfolk. Newport News, for 10 cents per week payable to tho carrier. By mall, to any place lu tb? binted fciatee, postage treu: JDAII.Y, oiio yrnr - SS.00 ?* sisniiiiulii - a.uu " I brer moulds - - JLAO ?* onr inoi.iii - ?? - ??'HI ADVERTISING HATES: Advertise? ments lustriea at ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 21 June 1899

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES TWO, THREE, FIVE AND SIX; Pr*^"^ lf#WDEl| Makes the food more delicious and v/JioIesome s COURT DECISIONS. Notes of Cases Recently Decided, Which are of Interest to Our People. DIGESTED BY V- B- MARTIN. (Exclusively for Vlrglnlan-Pilot.) MITCHELL V. SIMS. Supreme Sourt of North Carolina. April 11. lsau. PROPERTY HELD UNDER EXECU TION AGAINST A THIRD PERSON IS SUBJECT TO REPLEVIN UN? DER CODE SECTION 322. EVIDENCE THAT THE DEBTOR HAD. WHILE IN POSSESSION OP THE PROPERTY. ASKED OTHERS TO SEND THE PROPERTY OR ITS PROCEEDS, TO HIS WIFE. IS AD? MISSIBLE TO SHOW OWNERSHIP OF THE PROPERTY. This was an action by Mrs. Mitchell against the defendant, the sheriff of Person county, to recover a mule which he had levied on under an attachment against plaintiffs husband, sac alleg? ing that the mule was Her propi rty. The mule had been taken in exchange for a horse by Lite husband, and plain* tiff testified that the horse was her property and when ?hc beard her hus? b...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 21 June 1899

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES TWO, THREE, FIVE AND SIX. BRIEF ITEMS OF IHTBKESf. AH of the lady managers are request? ed to attend u meeting Of the Protestant Hospital Thursday morning at 11 o'clock for election of ollicers and other important business. The Nusbaum Hook and News Com? pany's quarters in the lobby of the Monticello Hotel are now much beauti? fied by a number of handsome palms, placed there yesterday. These are among the handsomest In Norfolk and give a very pleasing appearance to litis part of the lobby. Mrs. Eouis Selig, of Elizabeth City, N. C, is visiting relatives in this city, Mr. A. A. Root, or Elizabeth City, who has been in Norfolk for a day or two, left yesterday for Wahi>eton, North Dakota, on a business trip. Mr. H. W. B. Glover, tratllc manager of the Seaboard Air Line, left yester? day for Hot Springs, Va., to attend a meeting of railway men. The Old Bay Eine has arranged for holiday excursions, to Baltimore and return on July 1st, 2d. and 3d. M...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 21 June 1899

THE NEWS FROM THE OLD NORTH STATE AND ITS CAPITAL. OUR RALEIGH NEWSLETTER An Old Suit Against Railroad Set? tled at Last. FABLED TO NOTE APPEAL 1'ho Nennonrd Air l.lue-'a Attorney* Allow Tims I.milt 10 F.xplre Cbnrged wiih N (online Embalmed Nniisnffo - University Alumni Building ? NorlhWMI Furnier? Wmit lo Conic Koulli. Raleigh, N. C, June 20.?After f.vo years :m the courts the dumage suit of the Hygienic Plate Ice Company vs. the Raleigh ami Qaston Railroad Company has suddenly come to an end. Something like live years ago the Hy? gienic Plate Ice Company s factory here was burned. The company alleged that the fire originated from a spark thrown out by a Raleigh und ?JaMon railroad engine, and accordingly brought suit against that read for damages, fixing the damage at something over $23,000. The case has been on the docket ever since. At the last term of Wake Superior Court It came on for trial before Judge Brown. The Jury brought In .1 verdict against the railroad for $20,000, i...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 21 June 1899

NEWS FROM RICHMOND AND OTHER PARTS OF VKCTNTA7" RICHMOND NEWS BUDGET American Tobacco Company to Erect a Large Building, VIRGINIA WHEAT CROP Tbe ? onlcxl Over Hie > <? ? <?nnrthoii?r Mic i ii A ecu nine Couuly ? liiqn Tic? for I arm I'nipiTiy In Cnillltli-K Iruvcridl i>.v Ii. I*. ?.". Itullroml (Imrlrri I niiu Acnpurl Arn? Recorded! (Special to Virginian-Pilot. Richmond, Va., June 20.?Tlic Amcrl cun Tobacco Company has purchased property bavins an aggregate frontage on the north side of Cary street, be? tween Twentieth and Twenty-first, of 20-1 feet, upon which it is proposed to erect ;i large building to be used ns a stemming und general storage ware? house. The property purchased embraces the site of Mr. Cyrus Urassieux's stables and an adjoining lot. It was sold at public auction Thursday by Colonel 'W. Brydon Tennant, trustee, and the sale has.been confirmed. The price paid was $12,000. The American Tobacco Company will Install an Imme...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 21 June 1899

THE NEWS FROM VIRGIMA CONTINUED FROM PAGE EIGHT THE COCKADE CITY ! Money Appropriated For Streets I and Sewers, Meero Cnilfftll Hobblng-n Frolsht rnr - Barbecue ?I I.n?viciii'evlllo-To? bncco I'll. cl?n*otl lor Itnlti'n (iov> criiuiout-A I'tbornl (.burr II. Petersburg, Vn., June 20.?The. City Council at its meeting to-night appro? priated SU.UOO to pave with cobblestones different streets of the city. The sum o? $1,080 was appropriated for the con? struction of two sewers In Sycamore Street. A resolution was adopted instructing the President of the Lower A.ppomat to>: Hoard to ascertain why the appro? priations made by the United States Government for the Appoina^tJX river have nut hen expended in the improve ment of the river, and also why the channel Is nut properly buoyed. CAR ROHBER CAUGHT., A night or so ago !i freight car ni the Atlantic Coasl Lins at Acrce siding. In Pmwlddlo county, was broken Into and robbed and a negro calling himself John Henry Willi...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 21 June 1899

PORTSMOUTH LOCAL NEWS AND ADVERTISEMENTS OF MORE THAN PASSING ?TE A Compilation of Miscellaneous News Matter in Condensed Form. FRESH CLEAN AND BRICHT A Dully Directory of tlto llnp|>eiilti;r< or a Di?y briefly Tout, 'itiouuli Niunll .Nonr* ill. i.css Imrrcstius mid IninoriNut-Information tor TIiiinc Who Ki ck Io Uikiw um! Uli? ?IitniiiimI Wlim la Otiinic ou Antonie Hie reowle. Miss Kiln Richardson, of Washing? ton, is visiting Mr. w. J. Richard? son's family, No. 533 Harrison street. Mr. ami Mrs. P. P. Jarvis lost by death yesterday their Infant daughter, Ethel Darling. This is the longest day In the year. The Presbyterian Sunday school will go to Delaware Park to-day on their annual picnic. A. J. Phillips tells you that he will have a special silk sale all this week. See list o"f prices. Professor Albert 55. Whltworth. rep? resenting the Passion Play, paid the Virginia-Pilot a visit yesterday. lie is a very pleasant gentleman, and an old newspaper man. There ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 21 June 1899

PORTSMOUTH ADVERTISEMENTS' CONTINUED?TELEGRAPH CONTINUED FROM SIXTH PAGE. Such a marvel >us selling of High Grade Merchandise never before known in this vicinity. Prices cut regardless of cost. The items below will interest you. We will be glad to have you call whether you wish to purchase or not. Bargains in Men's Clothing. Bargains in the Children's Double-breasted Blue Serge Coats. I CI?1 hIfiGl DCD31't"iT.21!t. worth J?.UO, 12.98. a 1 ~ I Children's Reefer Suits, as'.s 3 to 8. Men's Linen Crash Suits, all size.,. . w0Pln ^ !lml ?: .? worth $1.00, fl.30. _ -. Ch'ldren's Suit.-, ages I io 11, worth The standard Blue Serge, worth |13.?0, una t:,.;>, $]..,>. to go at $7.SN. _ Knee l'ants. a few odd slr.es, worth Any of JG. J7 and $S Men's Su.ts, to po j ?>;, ., u?j 35c., 19c. at $4.so Any of our $13, $13.50 and $15.00 Men's Suits. $0.08. Men's Tanls, in the latest plaid effects, worth $2.60 and $3.50, $1.98. Bargains in the Men's Fur mshTn...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 21 June 1899

Review oe tue1 Markets; Shipping News; and Real Estate Business. REVIEW OP MARKETS FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL Stock, Kon6y, Kxcbange Bonds, Grain, lotion, Piovisions, Etc. ?Now Yurie. Juno 20 -To-day's advance in price ot stacks utter an early weak? ness was no no.re conclusive ot a set? tled condition of the speculative situa? tion and of the future course of the stock market than was yesterday's de? cline, iiu re was a brief and spasmodu period ot" liquidation in Federal Steel and American Steel and Wire In the opening deals and the professional bear party took advantage id' ihis to make a drive against the whole market, lint the brief duration of the decline und the grim resistance offered by prices :? t the low points warned the bears of the fu? tility of an effort lo break the whole market.They, therefore, took their prof Its on the decline of yesterday and this morning by buying stocks at the low level. There was some organized buying of the Flower group of specialties,, not onl...

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