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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 29 June 1899

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES TWO, THREE AND FIVE COURT DECISIONS. Notes of Cases Recently Decided, Which are of Interest to Our People, DIGESTED BY W- B. MARTIN. (Exclusively tor Vlrglnlan-Pllot.) STATE V. KNOTT. Supreme Court of North. Carolina. April 18, 1899. / AN AGREEMENT TO FURNISH A PARTY WITH $160 ON PAYMENT OF $21.50. IS NOT OBTAINING MONEY UNDER FALSE PRE? TENSES. Knott wns convicted of obtaining money under false pretenses and ap? pealed. The case appears In the opin? ion of the court. The court says: The defendant is indicted for obtain? ing money under a false pretense. Code, section 1026. The State's witness tes? tified that "he went to the defendant. Knott, and told him he understood he wns an agent for one Franklin, who would furnish cood and lawful money to any one at tho rate of $10 for each $1 Invested, and that he afterwards, on the same day, made a bargain with de? fendant, Knott, that upon the payment of $21.CO the said Knott was to procure for him from said Fr...

Publication Title: Virginian-Pilot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 29 June 1899

LATEST ' TELEGRAPH NEWS, CONTINUED FROM FIRST PAGR (Continued from First Fuge.) pound3, is c foot 1 and one-foalt Inches in height, and 22 years of ago. Ills home is at Brie, Fa. Ho prepared at Black Hall School, und is a member of the class of "89. H. P. Wiekes. No. hns had two yeans' experience at that position, hav? ing rowed there on last year's big crew, and also on the 1900 freshman. He tit ted at Andover, and cornea from New York city. He IB a member of the ( lass of 1H00. Is 20 years of age and 5 fen lo and one-half Inches in height. J. C. Oreenleaf, "90. bow oar, was No. 7 on last year's University crew. He is 6 feet in height, 20 years of age, and weighs 170 pounds. He came from Lawrence. N. Y., and fitted at West? minster school. The substitutes, comprising the four oared crew. Include two previous Varsity crew men. Brock and Grcen way. Cross, who was a substitute on last year'r big crew, and Mitchell, ot last year's freshman crew, fOO. J. P. Brock comes from Lebanon, Pa....

Publication Title: Virginian-Pilot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 29 June 1899

THE NEWS FROM THE OLD NORTH STATE AND ITS CAPITAL,. OUR RALEIGH NEWS BUDGET Tobacconists Will Sue Govern? ment For Retroactive Tax. A RUN FROM LYNCHERS Corner Mono of Mow rrribytorlnn Church I.nld?Forsy tti Rlflonivn Hcorgiui I ze?Executive Clciuciiry ?"Vonnsj Man Cbnrscd With Tore* cry?Neuro Chargen With Artuu SiiyocI From Lyuchera. Raleigh. N. C, .Tune 88.?Mnjor James D. Patton, of Richmond, is In Winston conferring with the tobacco manufac? turers relative to the rfult against the government about the 3 cents retroac? tive clause of the tobacco tax. He says all of the Richmond manufacturers are ?with him In this fight and he feels con? fident that he will win. The manufac? turers here have consented to share with him the cost of the suit. Senator Daniel, of Virginia, and others hold tha: the tax Is unconstitutional. CHURCH CORNER-STONE. This morning the corner-stone of the new Presbyterian church was laid with the Imposing and impressive ceremonies of the Masonic order, under the...

Publication Title: Virginian-Pilot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 29 June 1899

NEWS FROM RICHMOND AND OTHER PARTS OF VIRGINIA. Governor Said to Be Considering Running For Senate. A VERY SAD TRAGEDY jrjra. Iilzzio SI. Ellis, n Toting Fnrm? Tille Woman, Kl von BI?t Ilnlic l.aiKlniiuiu i%u?l Then Trios 10 tnlie Jtlrr<*wii I.lfO??b? ill Cutler Arrr?l _-('hrt?. It. Mntioiio A(tcni;>H sui? cide?indium n?i court Jfews. * '* - (Special to Virginian-Pilot.) Richmond, Va., Juno 2S?The publi- j cation In the Vlrglnlan-Pllot to-day of the statement that there was likelihood of Governor Tyler entering tho Sena? torial race, coupled with the call ot Charlotte county Democrats reauestlng him to enter, published In the Virgin? ian-Pilot this morning, caused much comment in political circles. It is tho general opinion that the Gov? ernor Is considering becoming n e indl date. What bis decision will be .< no: known, but it Is thought that there is considerable likelihood of his entering tho lists. It is reasonably certain thai he Will have to make sotn ? d< Unite an...

Publication Title: Virginian-Pilot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 29 June 1899

THE NEWS FROM VIRGINIA CONTINUED FROM PAGE EIGHT PETERSBURG. School Board Elects Teachers For Ensuing Session. Lous ftasltilnetl by Wllllnma A Sana l" llurnlnff lot \' i>' ' r imil-Uiill<ll?C Contract? ACCidOUlal StlOOIlMK Injorodi Petersburg, Va., June 28.?The regu? lar meeting of the School Board was held yesterday afternoon and teachers elected for the next session as follows: High School?H. P. Boiling, A. W. Lalghton, E. C. Drummond, Mollie Blves. S. G. Robertson, S. H. Plckrell. Anderson School?M. L. Mlnetree, B. O. Sweeney, .E. J. Keeler. M. L. Malloy, J. A. Smith, M. C. Martin, L. E. Peebles, L. V. Scott, 1. V. Young, M. S. Hlte, Maud Harrison, M. A. Akins, P. Allen, J. A. Strachan, M. E. Brockwcll, J. C. Weddlll. EaBt Ward School?F. H. Lalghton, M. F. Brackett, Addie Emmerich. Sixth Ward School?M. E. Wade, A. W. Branch, M. V. Morton. Peabody School?J. E. Shields. P. It. Walker, L. B. Tabb, B. D. Avery, M. E. Owens. A. E. Williams, M. D. ?prlggs, M. C. Smith, F. W. Rams...

Publication Title: Virginian-Pilot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 29 June 1899

PORTSMOUTH LOCAL. NEWS AND ADVERTISEMENTS OF MORE THAN PASSING NOTE A Compilation of Miscellaneous News Matter in Condensed Form. FRESH CLEAN AND BRIOMT A Dnlly IHreciory of tin- Hnppenlug? ?r n Dity IlrJcMy Told, Tbongtl Nimill >one ibn I.css Intrreiilue n mi Imporisnl-lnfarniMtloai Far TIioho wtio Neolf la Know mid '' ? deratnud Wlirtt In Gulnxvu Among ? lie 1'coiilo. Mr. G. S. Brooks advertises In this Issue that he has purchased the stock of groceries of Mr. J. T. Nicholas, cor? ner County and Eftiugham streets, and solicits the patronage of the public. Mr. and Mrs. T. S. H?rtung arrived home yesterday after a week's visit In "Washington, D. C, accompanied by their daughter, Miss Evelyn H?rtung; Mrs. J. William Miller and grand? daughter, little Miss Sarah E. Miller. The Portsmouth Hilles will hold st meeting to-night to complete the list of names and forward the same to Richmond. The clghtccn-lnch water main, from Lake Kilby to the Portsmouth witter works, ha3 been laid with...

Publication Title: Virginian-Pilot
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 29 June 1899

PORTSMOUTH ADVERTISEMENTS CONTINUED?TELEGrTphCONTINUED FROM SIXtIiT?qF RETIRING FROM BUSINESS. M. Rosenbaum's Entire Stock of Men's and Boys' Clothing, Hats and Furnishings is being sold at less than cost prices. Not a single article exempted. Everything must go. We'll advise you to come while the assortment is yet good. Read carefully the prices below: Men's $7.50 Suits go at $3.98 Men's very well made Cheviot and Cas ?lmore Bults. In neat and serviceable pat? terns, which we bought to sell at {6.60 and 17.60 and which are worth every cent of it now?will go at tho insignificant price of $3.98. Men's $10 Suit's go at $4.98 Lot of Men's Blue. Black and Fancy Cheviot and Worsted Suits?cut and made lr? tho very latest style, splendidly lined end perfect In fit and finish?worth every cent of 110 and never before sold for less -will go for ?1.08. Men's $12 Suits go at $6.40 A splendid assortment of Men's FIno All-wool Suits In a ?coro of the very nob blest patterns you could find anywher...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 29 June 1899

Review oe the Markets; Shipping News; and ReaTT Estate Business, REVIEW OF MARKETS _ FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL StocKs, Money, Exchange Bonds, Grain, Cotton, Provisions, Etc. Now York, June 28.?An effort was made t.> repeat the demonstration of strength In the sink market, which was given i>y the outburst of activity nnd Btrength, which carried prices to the highest In the closing dealings yes? terday, but with only partial success. Manhattan was rushed u:> to a final quotation of 11944, which was :i>4 above last night's price, as New York (??li tral was rushed u:> late yesterday. The sympathetic effect <>n the k- noral list was far below that Of the New Vork Central movement. Decidedly the ni Bt Significant feature or the day's trad? ing was the cessation of the upward movement In New York Central and affiliated stocks. There was an actlvi opening in th^ stock, caused by the a - cumulation of commission house orders, j which were attracted by the recent strong up...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 30 June 1899

LATEST NEWS OF THE) WORLD BY TELEGRAPH ANlT CABLE j^r:" 11 Yale Loses Three Races in Three Hours, IDEAL WATER AND WIND After Elsrlit Tcunor I>efc??t til? Klu Ueiiln of ??nuibrl<lff? nro Now Tull? ing flio MvcelH or Victory ? I'ullrU Over llio I.lue Six itml a llnll I.cn'tctlia Alioiwl of Tlirlr Compel* Itors-A l'rctiy tontest. (By.Telesraph to VIrginlan-Pilot.) New London, Conn., June 29.?Har? vard won all of the boat races to-day ~three vic tories over Yale In 3 hours? nnd the western sky plowed crimson this evening when the Harvard 'varsity crew pulled over the finish line six and a half lengths ahead of Yale. After eight years of defeat the students ot Cambridge ure tasting U'c sweets of success. HARVARD WINS ALL RACES. Harvard's university eight won front Yale over n four mile course by-six and a half lengths In 20 minutes and 52 seconds. Harvard's freshmen eight won from Yale over :t L.W0 mile course by two and a half lengths in 9 minutes and 33Vs ^seconds. Harvard's subs...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 30 June 1899

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES TWO, THREE AND FIVE WANTED. ??? ANTED. ? AN EXPERIENCED V? Grocery Salesman for Eastern Caro? lina and Virginia; ono who knows the trade preferred; give age, whether mar? ried or single, last employer and refer? ences. Address WHOLESALE GROCER, Vlrginlan-Pllot office._Je80-3t? ANTED. ? AN ENERGETIC young or middle-aged man to man ego and take orders for a good paying business; $18 per week for right party. Address J. D. CASSADA, Box 124 Newport News. Va,_Je30-7 GENTLEMAN AND WIFE WANT desirable room and board at Ocean View; relertnces exchanged. Address W. H. G.. Atlantic Hotel, Norfolk lt?_ '_ WANTED. ?3 UNFURNISHED rooms and bath; good locality and quiet street. Address "D.," care Virgln htn-Pllot._U? T> OARDERS WANTED ? 88 RlLEY 15 street, second door from Holt, pleasant rooms. Terms moderate. Mrs. W. M. POPE _ Ji'25-lw WANTED . ? FIRST-CLASS" BAR bor; terms good. S. U. UPTON, Berkley, Va. Apply No. 120 Liberty street, next door to postoffice. Most...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 30 June 1899

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES TWO, THREE^vmFTVi?. WEATHER REPORT. Washington, D. C, June 20, 19S9. Forecast for Friday: For Virginia?Fair nnd moderate temperature Friday; fair and slowly rising temperature Saturday: light northerly winds becoming variable. For North Carolina?Fair Friday, ex? cept showers on the cioust. with cooler In western portion; fair Saturday; light northerly winds. Norinik nnil Vlelnltr. WEATHER FORECAST FOR TO-DAY. Fair and moderated temperature; variable winds. TEMPERATURE. RAINFALL. AND HUMIDITY. June 29, 1899. Maximum temperature . 88 Minimum temperature . 68 Normal temperature. . 77 Departure from normal .minus 1 Departure from normal since Janu arp 1st .plu3 25 Rainfall In past 24 hours .28 Rainfall since 1st of month .0.62 Mean humidity . S2' CALENDAR. Sun rises at 4:48 a. m. und sets at 7:29 p. m. TIDES. Norfolk?HIbIj water, 2:21 a. m. and 2:57 p. m. Low water, 8:30 a, m. and 9:21 D- m. Old Point?High water, 2:00 a. m. and 2:36 d. m. Low water, 8:09 a. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 30 June 1899

VIRGINIAN - PILOT. ?1 L, -BY THE? {Virginia*? and pidut publjsiiino COMfAN Y. NORFOLK VIKGIKIM HD DAILY PILOT. (Coaito?ittated March, jkos.) Kmerr.il at the Posiofflco at Norfolk. Vn., as second-class matter. offices pilot huildino. citv iia ayknuk, norfolk. va. officers: A. H. Uraudy. President: W. S. Wilk? inson. Treasurer; James E. Al'en, See tcury. board of directors: A. H. virandy, U l> Starke, Jr.. T. \V. Clielton. ?-:. W. i/.liulilce W. f*. Wilkinson. Juincs u\ Alien, D. B'. Donovan. in it*:*: ck.x 11 i?i-:at rin'v. subscription rates: Toe v'ItGI Nl ak-pi LOT :s delivered !<i subscribers by currier? in Noffollc au.I y.cinit- Portsmouth. Berkley. Suffolk. ,?Yest Norfolk, .Newport Ncf?, tor :0 cents per week payable to tho cairler. i'y m?ur tj otly p|aCo la Iii? ?ntl'eU titles, paslag? tree: J>AII.Y, oue yriir - C-*> ?" '* six moiitli? ... ii. tit1 " iii reo inoiillia - . J.*>n " OIICI IIKIIllll _ ? . ..',(> ADVKRTISINO RATES: A?v?Tll?e n:entd leserteu at tho ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 30 June 1899

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES TWO, THREE ?ND ?WE COURT DECISIONS. Notes of Cases Recently Decided, Which are of Interest to Our People. DIGESTED BY W- B- MARTIN. (Exclusively for Vlrglnlan-Pllot.) SMITH V. BURNE3TT. Supreme Court of the United States. March 13. 1899. A WHARFINGER DOES NOT GUAR? ANTEE THE SAFETY OF VES? SELS COMING TO HIS WHARVES. BUT HE MUST USE REASONABLE CARE TO ASCERTAIN THE CON? DITIONS OF THE BERTHS. AND IF THERE IS ANY DANGEROUS OBSTRUCTION, REMOVE IT, OR GIVE NOTICE OF IT TO VESSELS ABOUT TO USE THE BERTHS. This was libel filed by tho owners ol the schooner Ellen Tcbln for damages to their vessel while moored at appel? lant's wharf at Georgetown, the injury being caused by a rock which had been allowed to remain in the bed of the Tlver and within the limits of the berlh at the wharf where the vessel landed. The appellants were the lea sees of the wharf and water rights to the channel of the river. The vessel sunk at the wharf and was sold at auc? tion for $25....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 30 June 1899

LATEST TELEGRAPH NEWS, CONTINUED FROM FIRST PAGE THE FILIPINOS AREMTRIOTIC Young Men Construct Forts Against Emergencies. REPORT CONTRADICTED Every l'ort In tho Noiilticrn lalnitil* C>urrl?oncMl by Null vcn-Tlie ?In? ?? liOIl Of IC? I ll I o I rr in r Ii li t o 1)*I<l <-r > ed HI Wn?tlli)glon ? No KcCPS?ltJ for llnr _v ? < otiiml*<iloncr Wor? cester l>cii|ps Itrpurt Hint Atttcri hihi il iii ili i ?< il I'rlHonors. (By Teixgraph to Vir&ianlan-Pllot.) Victoria, B. C, Juno 2?.?Advices from Hakodate state that Captain Sa kiohl, of tho steamer Hokoku Marti, just returned from the Phll|ppln< 8, im? ports that in the southern islands the young- Filipinos are constructing forti? fications against emergencies. Every port is garrisoned by a thous? and or so volunteers, whose wea? pons, however, are very crude., only about 20 per cent, being armed with rifles (Remington.) They are, how? ever, full of patriotism and state thai they will not yield to the Americans ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 30 June 1899

THE NEWS FROM THE OLD NORTH STATE AND ITS CAPITAL/ OUR RALEIGH NEWSBUDGET A Series of Important Timber j Gases Decided. A PARTITION OF LAND Electric Light companies to Combine -Tbo OldotUlnion la ino Hinte Tho SanrorU CoKon BIIIIn luoor ported?Poiilteutlnry Clnlius l'nld -I.nre? ?rdor For UrlcU-.UnJor Davis Heard From, t r" - -\.: 4 < Raleigh, N". C, Juno 29.?Judge Fur nell yesterday decided the last of a se? ries of Important timber eases affect? ing the title to Juniper timber lands in Dare county. The case was entitled the East Const Cedar Company vs. the Richmond Cedar "Works and W. A. West for partition of 5.0S0 acres of that land. It was heard before Judge Pur nell upon the report of Judge Connor, referee, who held that the East Coast Cedar Company was entitled to eleven sixteenths; the Richmond Cedar Works three-sixteenths, and W. A. West two sixteenths. The report of Judge Con? nor was confirmed, and division by par? tition was ordered. Judge Purnell ap? pointed A. J. Bro...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 30 June 1899

NEWS FROM RICHMOND AND OTHER PARTS OF VIRGINIA, OUR RICHMOND NEWS LETTER A Sensational Elopement Exposed ' at Charlottesville. THOUSAND DOLLARS FINE C? * O. Bullwny Extends Time of Ten? ?Uta?Handolpti?8Incon's Tro????? Aceepte Dr. Hrrn'a Reitlgnntloii n* President nnd AdJonrns-TheMoge Duma** Case? Military company Hind; For Service, (Special to Vlrglnlan-Pllot.) Richmond, Va,, June 29.?A dispatch from Charlottesville to-day gives the details of a most sensational elopement. The dispatch says: "Lost Monday night a lady and gen? tleman arrived in this city from the South and reglsted at Hotel Glasgow as Francis Emory and wife. The next day they proceeded to a noted summer boarding house, in the western portion of the county, where; they engaged quarters for a month. This morning the train "brought another arrival, which proved to 'be the brother of the lady in question, he having learned that the party had purchased tickets for that point, and upon his arrival he examined the register...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 30 June 1899

THE NEWS "FROM VIRGINIA CONTINUED FROM PAGE EIGHT PETERSBURG. jn ? i ? Hon, Charles F. Collier Takes His Own Life. Bent * BiUI Cmalilns Tbroueli HU BvalH Aller lila Wile Went to the Train Bu Baute to Virzin lu Ucncti ?Tbe Fnrtlealnre. Petersbure, Va., June 29.?Hon. Chas. F. Collier, for many years Mayor of Petersburg, committed suicide nt his residence on High street this morning about 8 o'clock by shooting himself through the head. He was lying un? dressed in bed when the shot was ilreii. The ball entered the right temple, passed out through the temple, struck the headboard of the bed. glanced oft against the wainscoating and fell to the floor. Death must have been al? most instantaneous, as death had re? sulted before aid could reacli him. It was the intention of Mr. and Mrs. Col? lier to have gone down on an excursion to Virginia Beach this morning, where Mr. Collier is interested in a cottage. Ho gave up the Idea, however, not feeling well, and Mrs. Collier, at Iiis suggestion, ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 30 June 1899

PORTSMOUTH LOCAL NEWS AND ADVERTISEMENTS _:__. OF MORE THAN PASSING NOTE A Compilation of Miscellaneous News Matter In Condensed Form. FRESH CLEAN AND BRICHT A Dnlly Plreclory of tl?? Happening? of i? Day nr'.elly Told, Ihongti Hinull >i)ni> loa i.f?? Interoallng onrt Imporlnnl-tnrormiiilon tor TIioho WHO Hrck lo Know mill de rat mid ?hm la Going on Among llio People. At noon vestcrdny a sneak thief en? tered the hall of the residence on the corner of Dlnwiddie nnd Queen streets, occupied by Mr. nnd Mrs. Mangle, and stole a shunting case silver watch and gold chain from a vest coat which was hanging on the hnll rack. Yesterday morning a lady, who was on her way to a grocery store on Coun? ty street, was grossly Insulted by a drunken negro man who, If caught by some gentlemen who went after hin?, would be severely dealt with. Richard Clary, colored, charged with stealing clothing, etc-, from J. Ii Woodruff and Stephen Miller in Nor? folk, was arrested by the Portsmouth authorit...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 30 June 1899

PORTSMOUTH ADVERTISEMENTS CONTINUED?TELEGRAPH CONTINUED FROM SIXTH PAGE, RETIRING FROM BUSINESS. B 1VL Roy.nbaum's Entire Stock of Men's and Boys' Klothing, Hits and Furnishings is being sold at less than cost mlces. Net a single article exemptfd. Everything must go. sBfe'U id vise you to come while the assortment is yet good. ayar1 carefully the prices below: tjrWs $7.50 Suits go at $3.98 Men's very well made Cheviot and Cas ?Imere Suits. In neat and serviceable pat? terns, wh'ch we bought to sell at tl.SO and 17.60 and which are worth every cent of U now?will go at the Insignificant price of ?3.88. Men's $10 Suit's go at $4.98 Lot of Men's Blue, Black and Fancy Cheviot arid Worsted Su'ts?cut and made In the very latest style, splendidly lined and perfect In fit and finish?wonh every cant of (10 and never bofore sold for less ?will go for tt.98. Men's $12 Suits go at $6.40 A splendid assortment of Men's Flna All-wool Suits In a score of the very nob blest patterns you could find an...

Publication Title: Virginian-Pilot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 30 June 1899

Review of the Markets; Shipping News; and Real Estate Business. REVIEW OF MARKETS FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL Stocis, Money, Exchange, Bonds, Grain, Cotton, Provisions, Etc. Now York, June 20.?'The stock mar? ket showed the effect of continued profit-taking- to-day. It was consider? ed, a foregone conclusion that ttns should prove to bo the cose and most "?, tho truders came to the board rooin this morning bearish in sentiment. The approach of a triple holiday, coupled with last week's sharp ntl vunce in prices, was considered suf? ficient reason for a reaction. The live? ly buying utter the opening tor i.en don account seemed for u time to re? fute the position of the bears, but later in the day, when this' demand had been satisfied-.'apd an 'announcement was mude of u ?2,00o.??? gold shlpni nt to go out on Saturday, in spite of lite, low price for sterling exchange, tin bears gained renewed confidence ami the market sagged away without much Interruption until ttie last. Tile weekly s...

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