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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 8 July 1899

LOC?L NEWS CONTINUED FROM PAGE THREE?TELEGRAPH CONTINUED FROM P?GE ONE. COURT DECISIONS. Notes of Cases Recently Decided, Which are of Interest to Our People. DIGESTED BY W-B, MARTIN. (Exclusively for Virginian-Pilot,) STATE OF OHIO V. LAKE SHORE & M. S. R. CO. Supreme Court of the United States February 20. 1899. THE OHIO STATUTE REQUIRING A RAILROAD COMPANY TO STOP ITS TRAINS AT ALL STATIONS CONTAINING OVER 3.000 INHABI? TANTS IS NOT A REGULATION OF . INTERSTATE COMMERCE AND IS VALID. This was an action brought by the State of Ohio against the railroad com? pany to recover a penalty fixed by a jaw of that State for the failure of the company to stop Its trains to receive and let oft passengers at West Cleve? land, a station containing over 3,000 Inhabitants. There was a judgment against the cotnyuny for the penalty And It appealed The court says: The trial court found, as a conclusion Of "law, that within the meaning of the Constitution of the United Slates the statute...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 8 July 1899

LATEST TELEGRAPH NEWS, CONTINUED FROM FIFTH PAGE. THE WORK OF LIFE SAVERS Gravity of the Texas Flood Situa? tion Increasing. THOUSANDS PERISHING Out Ttion?i>ti?l 1'cmnim on n Mound nro Hiirroiiutlcd by I'oinoiioun Reptile? mul M?wly g?eri*tiiiis For Hunt Of FOOll ? SlOVetllOIII Ol TrnlnsOouernll jrNnspe tided?Vauy Morles of Di owuluc mill l>l?n?tcr. (By Telegraph to Vlrglnlan-Pilot.) Duke. Texas, July ".?The flood situa? tion Is more grave to-day. The river rose two feet during the night and is still rising. The life savers from Gal voston started out soon after daylight and are doing splendid work. The Galvcston crews brought in GS refugees last night from the high em? bankment at the Santa Fe bridge over the Brazos, where the people had taken refuge. Refugees are Hocking In from all sides or the river. Four deaths by drowning arc reported near here in the last 24 hours. The dead are: Ellas Desay, colored; Mrs. Adams, tin aged white woman. Mose King, colored, ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 8 July 1899

ODBND9H?L,VIC?R & GILBERT 330 T^KIN STREET, NORFOLK, ?K. Our Immense Stock of High Grade Clothing and Men's Furnishing Goods at Retail. Consisting of Men's Suits, Youths' Suits, Children's Suits, Trousers and Top Coats. ABOVE STOCK TO BE SOLD AT PRICES QUOTED FOR 8 DAYS ONLY. MENCES FRIDAY, JULY 7th, .9 A. M. Greatest Slaughter of Spring and Summer Clothing ever shown the Public. This Entire Stock will be sacrificed to make room for Fall Goods now coming in. All of our $13.50, $15, $18, Hundreds of dozens of Black and $20 Suit3, consisting of j and 'Van ) z Hose, per pr. 7c. Cassimeres, Worsteds, Chev? iots and Serges, put on one row of tables, Your Choice for $9.00. Never before has any one had the pick of our stock for $9. Men's Sunday Pants, $1.50. Men's Sunday Pants, $2.00. White Madras Soft Shirts, regular price $1, now 50c. Boy's Knee Pants, sizes 4 to | Underwear, 19c. for Shirts. 15, 9c. i 18c. for Drawers, wort,h 35c. Men's Crash Suits, Former Price, $1.20, $1.4...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 8 July 1899

NEWS FROM RICHMOND AND OTHER PARTS OF VIRGINIA. OUR RICHMOND NEWSLETTER A Man Found in a Young Lady's Room. SAVED BY HER CRIES The Intmrter Kscaped Wlltiont I.onv liiK*Clnelo nil IUenllly?IHsbop JPeiilcli Teurtors III* Resignation to Accept n Coll lo West Vlrclnl?? The Governor'* Itotarn ? Other Keir*. (Special to Virginian-Pilot. Richmond, Va., July 7.? Miss Ora Tudor, a very pretty young girl who resides at No. 102 Kast Main street, dis? covered a man In her room about 1:30 o'clock this morning. Her father was away from home, and tho Inmates of the house were herself, mother and brother, Mr. J. Christian Tudor. Miss Tudor slept in a room by herself. About the hour ind'eated she was aroused by a sound as of sonic ona scratching around the wall as though feeling his way around the room by the walls. The young lady at once sprang from her t>ed and started to her mother's room. Just before she reached the door ehe ran against a man, and screamed loudly. He caught her and at...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 8 July 1899

THE NEWS FROM VIRGINIA CONTINUED FROM PAGE EIGHT PETERSBURG. Progress of Movement to Secure an Agricultural Fair. / .?,'. - id ... Dwelling Bout In Cncateru>ld Bnrned-ln Doors For TItreeTcara ?BrMfflus the Appomalloi-To Organise a Hamauo Society. Petersburg, Va.. July 7.?The regular I meeting of the Young Men's Business Association was held last night at their rooms. President Charles Hall Davis In the chair. Among other business con? sidered was the report from the Fair Committee, which was presented by Ita chairman, Mr. W. S. Young. The report stated that about $4,250 had Uccn pledg? ed for the fair and $250 more promised If it should bo determined to hold the fair. The report also stated that Mr. Dally had promised to guarantee $1,500. The report recommended that there be a meeting: of the stuck holders on the Hth of July to determine whether or not the fair should be held. The re? port was accepted by the Association without making any recommendation. DWELLING BURNED....

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 8 July 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 Dally Directory of tlie IlnppciiliiK* of a Dny Briefly Told, 'Itioncli Bimill Done ibe Leas Intereatlug mid Imporlnut-Inforntrtiloii For Those Wbo Nook to Know mid Uli? tlerslnud Whnt UOulujrou Among Hie I'oonle. Miss Teblc Ophelia, who is known as 6i3ter Catherine In the order or Sistci3 of Charity, is visiting her mother, Mrs. J G. Ophelia. She has been absent from the city for more -.hin six years. After remaining here for it few days she will go to Emmettsbut g. Md. A horse attached to a bread wagon ran away In Seottsville yesterday and would have run off the bridge: but for the driver throwing him down. In do? ing so both shalfts were broken short oh*. It will take JSOO to put the Fourth District school house in good condi? tion. Mr. Dave Hodgsdcn and J. Griff Ed? wards are In Washington whore they ?went to take the third degr...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 8 July 1899

PORTSMOUTH ADVERTISEMENTS CONTINUED?TELEGRAPH CONTINUED FROM SIXTH PAGR M. ROSENBAUM'S He is to'retire from business. Every article in the store must be sold. Men's and Boys' Clothing, Hats and Furnishings offered at prices that will astonish you. An actual saving of FIFTY CENTS ON EVERY DOL? LAR YOU SPEND. Store for rent. Fixtures for sale. Here Are Bargains You Cannot Afford to Miss 4 Men's $7.50 Suits Go at $3.98. Men's very well made Cheviot and Casslmere Suits, In neat and service? able patterns, which we bought to sell at JGto and $7.00 and which are worth every cent of It now?will go at the insignificant price of (3.93. Men's $10 Suits go at $4.98 Lot of Men's Blue, Black and Fancy Cheviot and Worsted Suits?cut and made in tho very latest style, splen d'.dly lined and perfect In lit and Ha? lali? worth every cent of $10 and never before sola for less?will go for $4.98. Men's $12 Suits go at $6.40 A eplendld assortment of Men's Fine All-wool Suits In a score of the very nobbie...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 8 July 1899

Review of the Markets; Shipping News; and Real Estate1 Business. FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL Stocks, Money, Exchange, Bonds, Grain, Cotton, Provisions, Etc. New* York, July 7.?Sentiment on the I Stock Exchange favored lower prices | during the greater part of to-dtty'e session, but the falling changed In th? late dealings and prices were brought well above yesterday s level before the close. The late strength originated in the Southwestern group of railroads Texas and Pacific wus the first of these to advance, but the largest buy? ing, as well as the greater gain In Brlce, was in St- Liuis Southwestern preferred, which rose 2 points on the publication of the May statement of net earnings, showing a surplus over e penses of $t>6,4SS, compared with $7,2 last year. Missouri Pacific, Kansas and Texas preferred, Wabash preferred, Texas Pacliic St. Louis and South? western preferred nil rose between l and 2 ooints, and aroused active haying In other portions of the list. It was no...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 11 July 1899

LATEST NEWS OF THE WORLD BY TELEGRAPH AND CABLEICONT,NUED ON _ _._;-_ ^ ^ I PAG E 6l General Wood Returns to Find the Situation Serious. SUSPENSION OF PAYMENT t'nbniis will Br Given No More Mon er to Exp?n<( For llrtuh Until iv T?*r Ik ??iaiii|ic<l Oal-I'ronklii .\n tiOlnntl'U?SlOllOjr Desire?! m l'nr? cliute I'armlnc Implement* ? ?'n bnu Itobbcr? Coullliuc On'ragca. (ny Tflcprnpli to vnctnlan-rilot.) Santiago do Cuba. July 10.?General Leonard Wood, the Military Governor, returned this morning from the United States and Immediately began Vigor us action to stamp out the yellow fever. He finds the situation more serious than l?e had anticipated. REMOVAL, OP HEADQUARTERS. To-morrow headquarters will move to Songo, twenty miles north on the ruil rond. a point about a. ih.nm:m.i t above sea level, ns well as nil the ad? ministrative departments, except the sanitary and a few immune clerks in the Quartermaster's and commissary staff's. PAYMENTS SUSPENDED. Tho paymas...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 11 July 1899

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES TWO, THREE, FIVE AND SIX LOST. LOST?SUNDAY MORNING ON Chestnut stieot or Berkley avenue, a Ladles' small HundkercliU7 of Mexican Diawn Work, tinder will plc-aso return to H Pearl strot, Berkley. _It* LOST?WATT'S STORE, SM AM. LA dlcs" leather Pocket-book, containing about 11: also receipt bearing name Miss Bessie Cr dor. Finder plcise return to WATT, KBTTJ5W & CLAY'S. lt? WANTED. WANTED? A BOY OF EXPERIENCE to ultend to soda fountain at t)t> "Candy Kitchen." Appiy ut NORFOLK CAM)Y KITCHEN, Bank street. _It \\j ?NTICD?AN A('TIVB PARTNBit t> In an established manufacturing business, with ll.OJO to invest. Address, "MANUFACTUR12R," this offtoe. it WANTED?A GOOD, STRONG GIRD, either white or colored, to ass'.sl In cooking, housework and look alter cniid Only one that can work need apply. 11" Chapel street. 11 ANTED?YOUNG MAN OF, EIGHT years' experience desires a situa? tion as LUmber Inspector. Will work fot moderate salary....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 11 July 1899

THE NEWS^OgJjOggOLK ON~PAGES TWO, THREE. FIVE AND SIX. Washington, July 10, ISO?. Weather forecast for to-day: Virginia?Fair Tuesday und Wednes? day; variable winds. North Carolina?Partly cloudy Tues? day; threatening Wednesday, with probably showers on the coast; light cast winds. ?VorfoHi ami Vlctult.V. WEATHER FORECAST FOR TO-DAY. Fair weather, with slowly rising tem? perature; variable winds. TEMPER AT U RE, R?INFALL AND] HUMIDITY. Maximum temperature . Minimum temperature . Ci Noral temperature . TS Departure from normal.plus G Departure from normal since Janu? ary 1st.minus 12 I Rainfall In past 24 hours. t>j Rainfall since first of month.1.G8 Mean humidity. 02 CALENDAR. Sun rises at 4:03 a. m. and sets at 7:27 p. m. t1pks. Norfolk?High water at 11*31 a. m. and 11:32 p. m.; low water at 5:1S a. in. and 5:25 p. m. Old Dolnt? High water at 11:10 a. m. rind 11:11 p. m.; low water at 4:51 a. m. and 5:01 p. m. mi: I*. DONOVAN?At Id.r~res'd7^;re! No IV* East Main street. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 11 July 1899

VIRGINIAN - PILOT. .VTIK3JNIAN AND PILOT PUBLISHING COM I'AM V. LOW VIRGI.MAN AND DAILY PILOT. (Consolidated Starch. DOS.} frJ.aicifd at tlie I'ostufflco at Norfolk, Va., at. aecoiid-Ll&sa uiklier. Ol'KICE: PILOT nUILOINO. CITY HALL AVKNUL, norfolk. va. OFFICERS: A. H. Grandy. . President; XV. S. Wilk? inson, Treasuier; James IS. Allen. Sec re la rj. BOARD OF DIRECTORS: A. H. viiaudy. L. D ?tarke Jr.. T XV Eliellon. U H. Hhuliice W. 8. Wilkinson. Jtunce K, Allen, D. t Ponovan. t it it*;*; vkh ? ?? i'ick cbi'T. subscription rates: Thu VntCINIAN-PlLOT ".? delivered \a ?ub?cribui? (iv onrrler? in No/folk an.I V-Ciaity ,'cKsmuuth. Berkloy. 8\jn..ik. Vrest Norfolk, Newport News, for 1? C;;nts per week payable to t!i? carrier, i'y num. io any place In U?? Pulled tluiet, postal tree: DAll.t.our jrnr - ?IS.on ?* ?11 lunuili? - - - 3.t)o ?? ilirtp itionllls - - I..J? ?* ?11?. inn>?i II ? * ? .'ill ADVKilTISING HATLS: A?Nerilsi B-.ontai inaerieu al lite rale of Ji '-cms...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 11 July 1899

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES^TW?7 THREE, FIVE AND SIX COU.iT DECISIONS. Motes of Casss Recently Decided, Which are of Interest to Our PeoDle. DIGESTED BY W- B- MARTIN. (Exclusively lor Vlrclnlan-PlloL) I? ALK V. HARRIS. Supreme Court of North Carolina. April 18, 1899: UNLESS A NON-RESIDENT GAR? NISHES HAS PERSONALTY OK THE DEBTOR WITH HIM. OR HIS DEBT IS PAYABLE IN THE STATE WHERE OARNISHEBD, THE GARNISHMENT IS A NUL? LITY. The case sufficiently appears from the opinion of the court. The court says: The judgment of another State, con? demning the debt due by Harris to Balk, can only be recognized as valid here when that court acquired jurisdic? tion. It was not founded on personal service, but It Is contended that the Maryland court acquired Jurisdiction by attaching the debt due Balk by serving notice upon Harris, who was transiently In the city of Baltimore. The situs of the debt for purposes of taxation, and usually for all purposes, Is with the creditor. But there are many State...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 11 July 1899

LOCAL NEWS CONTINUED FROM PAGE FIVE?TELEGRAPH CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE hKAMBLETO? WARD A special meeting <>f the Local Board of Improvement of Brumblelou Ward was held last night for tl?o purpose of having a conference with the school trustees of the ward with reference to making appropriations fur running the schools the next session and to consider other matters. Chairman Jones pre? sided. , ? ,, Mr. Arthur Bradley, general solicitor of the Wnrren-Kharf Asphalt Paving Company, of New York City, addressed the board at some length on the advan? tages of the system of asphalt pave? ments over all others. A number of questions were pro? pounded by the members of the board In regard to the construction "f those pavements, all of which were satis? factorily answered. On invitation ??f Mr. Bradley the members of the hoard decided to mi et him at the Montlccllo Hotel at 1 10 o'clock this afternoon and accompany him to Ghent to see the operations of the plant and inspe...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 11 July 1899

THE NEWS FROM THE OLD NORTH STATE AND ITS CAPITAL^ OUR RALEIGH NEWS LETTER Sixty Thousand Dollars in State Bonds tc Be Issued. TO PURCHASE FARMS Splenic Fever CoillllinM lo *|>r?o-<l Among ?Unnii? of ttyo Ntato?'Hie .v. <k N? ft K. K. Itolllngr Ktoclt - Moon ? llino DlitlllOrll'B i np liriMl - 1 lie Cmiu !.!'?% Again? MlrtvtUji lo Hc> gnla l.oit Fooling;. State Treasurer Worth will at once take the preliminary steps lor Issuing $60.000 more of State bonds by adver? tising the same for the required thirty days, etc. This action will bo taken in response to an official request made to the Treasurer yesterday by the members of the Executive Board?Messrs. Tra? vis, Osborn and Nciwland. of the State Prison directorate?in pursuance of the act passed by the present legislature, at its last session, providing for the is? suing of certain bonds in order to ef? fect the purchase of certain farms at present operated by the State Prison authorities. T...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 11 July 1899

NEWS FROM RICHMOND AND OTHER PARTS OF VIRGINIA. RICHMOND NEWS AND GOSSi? Suicidal Epidemic Still Ragnanl in the Capital City, GARY TAKES LAUDANUM Oat ol WorU nii?l llrc4l ?I Lire the Cnnno ? A Report llrmiffd ?Uieh iniiii.i Man Unj'N i? Town site Dr Piirlivr Crlltcnlljr in ?l liio ricllire of R. Leo Tu liuy aUreol Kmi (Special to Vlrglnlan-Pllot.) Richmond, Va., July 10.?Tho BUlcld al epidemic seems still regnant in Richmond. About 7 o'clock this morn? ing Mr. Kobert C. Gary drunk an ounce of laudanum. Before 0 o'clock ho was dead. He had been out of work for some time. Ilo had been employed at the Richmond Locomotive Works, but bad lost his position. He was about "0 years of a so nnd unmarried. Further than the reason assigned by m< mbera of his family?being out of work?no cause Is given for the self-destruction. A REPORT DENIED. The report which has been sent out that Rev. Joseph L. Cross, of Wash? ington, Gtt., will accept the pastorate of Venable Street Baptist Church...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 11 July 1899

THE NEWS FROM VIRGINIA CONTINUED FROM PAGETeIGHT . PETERSBURG. Additional Particulars of Mr. Mar? tin Lambert's Death. '< '/ 'a <W ? Be Is Supposed ?<? Hnyo Rlrnnglcil TCban He Fell Into (lie ffnlor-Ho covering I'roiu ibo SUucie or Severe Injury. \J% ., a - ? f Petersburg, Va., July 10.?Tho s&0 and sudden drowning of Mr. Martin Lambert, mentioned In this correspond? ence; has cast a gloom over the entire community. Mr. Lambert was one of the most popular and honorable young men In the city. No one could aav aught against him. Ever trying to do something to please and entertain bin friends, always jovial and agreeable, be was ever on the alert to du some? thing that would make one feel better end happier. The unfortunate young man was one of the best business men In the city, managing with rare skill and success the two stores which bis father owned. He took a. special de? light In running down the river in the afternoon after business hou...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 11 July 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 lilroolory of tlie llnppenlnc of n Oxr nr:olly Told, I hoiiKll mii.ii ?one ib? I.? Imercilu;! nnd iMiporlnttt Inrornuulno For ?1 I. Wim f?i ok ?<> Know Vn dorxiiind Whnt la Qulug on Aniouas Ilia People. Neitlier the Supervisors or City Coun? cil will meet to-night. , The Naval Hospital Park was a scene of beauty ami loveliness Sunday. The belles nnd beaux were out In endless numbers. All kinds of styles were rep? resented. Dr. Fisher and Rev. Mr. Waterfle^d exchanged pulpits Sunday and each was greeted with large attendances. Yesterday mornlnR about 4:45 o'clock the residents of Washington street were awakened from their slumbers by 'ihr cry of "Stow thief." A boy had stolen a bag: of flour from a store ' The case of stealing beer bottles w 11 come un In the Mayor's Court to-day for examination. There wa...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 11 July 1899

PORTSMOUTH LOCAL, NEWS AND ADVERTISEMENTS. $ -->- *Jt SM. jRoscnbaum's entire stock being & sold at less than cost price?CLotbing, ^ 4^ Hats and Furnishings all to go, a| S You'll do well to give us a call be- ^ x fore purchasing elsewhere. We'll save # you money. Below are some of the ^ 5 special offerings?Note these carefully: 0 w_ SUnlaundered White Shirts, 4-ply linen bosom?worth 1$ 50c, to go at.29c I Jean Drawers?worth 35c, io go at-I9^C. m $ Men's Garters. & The 25c. grade to ro at !? .13c. The 15c grade to go ai <.9c ft Linen Cra^h Suits worth $2.50?to go at $1.39 ? Guaranteed Serge Suits that sell everywhere f >r 0 ?12 50?to go at 87.98 i& -? & Fancy Worsted Suits? Ifc worth $12 and >U 50? # reduced to.$7.98 - $ Children's Suits. | $2.50 values.$1.39 S rffi _ Oi cro Black and Tan Hose th.it sell everywhere.for 15c? I^J.OO values.SI.59 iji rjr to go at.'.9C, I,$4.00 values.SI. 79 4jj ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 11 July 1899

Review of the Markets; Shipping News; and Real Estate -Business. FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL Stocks, Money, Exchange Bonds, Grain, Cotton, Piovibions, Etc. New York, July 10.?The continued tightness In the money market precipi? tated liquidation of speculative ac? counts to-day which resulted in losses In value ranging from one dollar to three dollars a share in all the prin? cipal active storks traded In. Heavy selling for London account marked Ihe opening on the exchange, and as the day progressed the successive calling "i loans resulted in the marking up of the! rate for call loans to 7 per cent. This rate forced many speculators on the long side to close out. There was spe? cial points of weakness besides in one or two prominent stocks or which the bears were quick to lake advantage, and which were a potent Influence in the general sentiment favoring a de? cline. Most conspicuous of these was People's Gas, which opened at 117. uguinat 120% on the last sale Saturday. There were heav...

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