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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 3 January 1899

Baking Powder Makes the food more delicious and wholesome _WOTAI. WIW POWMB CO., Wtm TOR?. br?mbletob ward. Mr. A. M. Harris, the efficient or? ganist of Spurgeon Memorial Baptist Church, was presented with a hand? some umbrella by the cnurch Sunday morning. . Mr. W. TV/ Gordon, who has been spending- the holiday with his parents, ?returned yesterday to Richmond to re Bume hie theological studies at Rich? mond College. ? The Brambleton W. C. T. U. will meet with Mrs. Wade, corner of Rose and Claiborne avenues, at 4 o'clock this afternoon, at which time Mrs. Wade will make her report as dele? gate to the District Convention. Miss Effle Mae Bailey, who has been spending the holidays with her par? ents, on Hamlin avenue, will return to Centrevllle to-day, to resume her du? ties as principal of the public school there. The B. Y. P. TJ. of Spurgeon Me? morial Baptist Church held Its regu? lar meeting last night, at which time the annual election of officers took place, as follows: Presid...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 3 January 1899

FICUT AGAINST QUAY Wanamaker is Taking a'| Hand. Business M?n From nil. Over the (Mate Vn sent nt llurrlabiirij to Prevent Hin Kctnrn lo ttio I nlicd Htntca Neunte? ' (By Telegraph to Vlrglnlan-Pllot.) Hnnlsburg, Pa., January 2.?Senator Quay has taken personal direction of his campaign for re-election to the Uni? ted States Senate. He reached Harris burg last night from Washington with his colleague, Senator Penrose, and will stay until after the Senatorial caucus. Ex-Senator Uameron came to Harrls burg to-day from his country residence, below the city, and was a visitor to the Quay quarters. The former Senator came nil the way from England to take a hand in the contest fur his old friend and colleague. Ex-Postmaster General John Wana? maker is on the ground working against Senator Quay, with the assistance of ex-Judge James O. Gordon, of Philadel? phia, The Business Mens Lenguo opened headquarters this morning, and members are here from all over the State to help light Quay. ANTI-Q...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 3 January 1899

AIRS. FROG'S "AT HOME"?JANUARY FIRST. RICHMOND ; NEWS MATTER Gossip About New Commis? sioner of Agriculture. SEATS FOR SALESWOMEN LAW S.iiImii- <'OIIIHllNNlOU?r Noiiln|;ili! Will Tulic .Slc|?s lo Iiiivo llio Law iorced?Items *<tf lulcrCMl About X i rg I ii i n Volnutccrn-Coiigroiistoii? ill t oil tcM* - It f i'IiiiioikI'm >oniio( ( lor Tub'ueco I'oiiinilNHliiuor. (Special to Virglnlan-Pllot.) Richmond. Va., Jan. 2.?Mr. George w. Kolner <K>l not assume the duties <>r. the office of Commissioner of Agri? culture 10-,lay Owing to Its belhg a holiday. He will enter office to-morrow. It Is understood that Mr. Kolner will not nt once make any 'changes in the clerical force In his office. He has re? ceived several applications for positions, bui ho will not net upon any until he lias become familiar with the duties of the various attaches, und every change will be for the good of the service as he seos it. The Com...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 3 January 1899

THE OLD DOMINION Irief Items of Interest Picked . Up Here and There. Cards are out announcing the mar? riage to-morrow of J. H. Nowell, a prominent young lawyer of Roanoke, Vo.. to Alu? Ceclle Holley, of Colerain, N. C. Patents have been granted to Wil? liam C. Lynch, of Salem, on sclssor eharpener, and Arthur H. Boul, of Herndon, on a design for a necktie fas? tener. The marriage of Miss Lavlna M. Beardswbrth, daughter of Prof, and Mrs. William H. Beardsvforth. of Bue? na Vista, and Mr. G ilmer Pryor, of Bristol, Tenn., took place at Buena Vista, Thursday. Cards nro out for the marriage of Miss Carrie Bell Butterworth to Mr. J. L. Brown, on Jominry 4th, at the resi? dence of the bride, in Lynchburg. Mrs. Lena Childress, a Lynchburg miner, has assigned for the benefit of her creditors. Mr. William S. Bradley, a farmer re? siding near Glady's died suddenly Sun? day morning at 10 o'clock. ' He fs sur? vived by two sons. Mr. Morgan .Tett and Miss Cottie .Newton, both of Stafford, were ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 3 January 1899

NORTH CAROLINA NEWS AND GOSSIP The rmprovement Company is Out $500,000* THE ATLANTIC COAST LINE Connection Nocurr?! vrltli Xorfolli A Wc?(?r u .System mi us to Handle Coiil?l'lnnnlnB lo ?tsinbllftb n Jtlor nion Colony ? toiuitekleHem Hag gcrt-I?ockery?? floatest? Vetornns Blcoltug Called-Perstimil*. Raleigh, N. C, Jan. 2.?The North State Improvement Company ot Greens? boro, which in 1683 undertook the task of operating the Cape Fear and Yud kln Valley railway. Is out over $500,000. For all Its interest It gets only $106, 000 out of the recent sale. It built thirty-three miles of branch lino. The Class A bondholders of the Cape Fear and Yftdkin Valley, It Is figured, lose 33 per cent; Class B, 53, and Class C, 60 per cent. The Atlantic Coast Line has for years desired a connection with the Norfolk and Western, so as to han? dle coal. This It now gets. Its bid was, therefore, not In collusion with the Southen. though the relations between the Coast Line and the Southern have for sever...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 3 January 1899

RQRTS1V[QUTH LOCAL- NEWS AND ADVERTISEMENTS PORTSMOUTH ?ND NORFOLK COUNTY What Virginian-Pilot Rep? resentatives Hear Daily. BRIEF ITEMS OF INTEREST The Moveiru>iits of 1'eople lu Whom (he Average Reader In Inter rstetl?Mai>|i?nlUK? lu I.esnl?Btm luraa, Rellgcous f?i?d Noclrtl < lr clrs-A. Forecast or Folurc KtfdIr. There came near being a fire yestor flay at the residence of Air. James Veale, on "Washington street, about noon. The mantleplcce was discovered to be on fire. The Indies called for assistance and Mr. Walter Cain ran in and put the fire out without .turning 'n an alarm. The schools will all reopen to-day. D. Stowo, the sailor, who was lined 3150 for cleaning out a barber shop, and in default committed to jail, was on yesterday released from custody, he having served out his sentence. Mrs. James \V. Allison and three chil? dren left for Raleigh last evening to spend several wcek3 with her mother. Mr. Robert Allison, of the Postal Telegraph...

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

PORTSMOUTH LOCAL NEWS ?ND ADVERTISEMENTS. ? _ Continued. HOSIERY! HOSIERY! The Best 12^c. Hosiery in the city. Also a full line of 2jc, 3?c. and 50c. qualities. BMMBTT ?I^AJ^S, 320 High Street, In Men's Winter Suits and Overcoats We have the largest and choicest stock tho market nffords, and upon examina? tion you will admit that our prices are tho lowest when Quality la considered. $13.50 Overcoats for $10.0O. $10.00 Overcoats for $7.50. A bargain. Buy first-class Clothing In our store, and get splendid value. MERCHANT TAILORING. Well dressed young men have a decided advantage by hnvlng their Suits. Trousers and Overcoats made by us. Prices oro right, Workmanship, Fit and Style guaranteed. SHOE DEPARTMENT.-We offer from to-day tho greatest values on the market for examination. Boys' All Solid Shoes at $1X0. Ladles' Dengeia. Pat. Leather or Tip same. Button nnd Ence, all widths, $1.50. Men's Hand Sewed Shoes, will wear as good ad any $5.00 Shoe In the State wears, Fit and Comfort gu...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 3 January 1899

EDITORS IN PORTO RICO The Career of Journalism Full of Trials, Old Time Journalists Familiar With Iutltlo of I'ritou wmiK-A Konrrll om Article on Amerinm Soldler? Arouses (irurrnl Ucnry's Ire. (Correspondence of. Associated Press.) San Juan, Porto Kico, Dec. 28.?The lifo of: a Porto Klean Journalist or ed? itor in Porto Rico, has been known In tho past as a career full of trials, Vicissitudes and dlsgustos. There was ample reason for this opinion, and even to-duy the editor of a local paper is Bubjected to peculiar conditions and many difficulties. . Politics are and have been, the rea? son of being of ulniost every Porto RI can newspaper. And pulitics In Porto Rico have been peculiar. They ht^ve been tilled with all sorts of bitter ) sonalitlea, of rancor and squab'/..n?. contcstB where principle, platform ana 'party idea arc lost and forgotten In the light against your opponent, us a per? son. It Is seldom :i politician would seem to be opposed because of the par? ty principle he ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 4 January 1899

|Uumuu mimuuimi luuuimuutiuujjjj jlS Pages? I IN TWO PARTS. I 2ttt TTTTTTTTTTTTTTfTTTTTTrTTTTTTTTTTTTrTTTTT TTTllS NORFOLK AND VION1XY? Increasing cloudiness} os*tly rU Uonary temperature* light to irerf? Z sou Uiwest winds. VOL. 11?2*0. SO. Jlli?!l?..':-!.V VA- WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 4. 1899-TWFJ.YT: t>A^q THREE CENTS PJESB COPY. FACING PROBLEMS _IN CUBA General Wood, of Santiago, Hastening to Washington. A TEXAS COLONEL DYING '.. Mg fitr Arm* In Havana? I>tc:ikCil will! Honorable Conduct ol Mpnulfth General Cnnfollanos Nmitlntro Mill Au'Uiii.'d by rrono* altlon to invert Its lloionrcea to llavnmi ? Our Governuteut In so Ordcrliiur r?ii(i\>i u Precedent Not by Spnlii'?Manllnss'? Seeds. (By Telegraph to Virglnlan-Pilot.)" Havana, Jan. 3.?General Ludlow has caused several private houses to be searched for arms. Eighteen rifles were seized at No. 40 Compostole street and eight rifles were taken possession of In a bouse on Toniontorey street. The searches w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 4 January 1899

_ WANTED. YOUNG MA'N. BOOKKEEPER AND I ? Stenographer desires few huurs cm- i ? ?loj-sncnt at night.:, or would make a chango;itnd give f'dl tlmo to better post . tton; good references. D. M. R-, oare r Vlrglnian-Pliot._ Jar,l-3t ANTED AT ONCE. ? BRIGHT, young man, with knowledge of ! bookkeeping and typewriting; must write i good hand end have good referonce. Ad? dress M EBC'l I ANT, euro Vlrglnian-Pliot. n ?_ WAITED. ? BOARDERS FOR A rtlee largo front ro^iu and two others at 2S7 Granby street. Jal-3t? I anted:? iYOTJNO 1-4DY, GRAD dato of Froebel Institute, Wash? ington, d. C, would like position to truck- in family or to establish a school or kindergarten In small town. Good musician; lesson given in one family In exchange for board. Address MISS n., this oftice. Jal-2t* ANTED. ? A REI^nIdD UA.?Y who has traveled the United Slates, desires position as governess or traveling companion; well up in the arts and lan? guages. Address MISS MAJIE, Vlrgln lan-Pilot. _ _Jal_t W~ANTDD. ? B...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 4 January 1899

WEATHER REPORT. ?Washington, January I. Forecast for Wednesday: For Virginia?Increasing? cloudiness ] and rain at night; warmer; fresh to j southeast winds. For North Carolina ? Increasing cloudiness, with rain in western por? tion in the afternoon; fresh east to southeast winds. METEOLOQICAL. DATA. Maximum temperature . 4J Minimum temperature . 25 Normal temperature . 38 I Departure from normal.minus 2 Departure since Jan. 1.minus 88 | ItaintfaHl in pant 24 hours. 0 Rainfall since 1st of monith. 18 Mean humidity . 84 WEATHER. Increasing cloudiness: nearly station? ary temperature; light to freslh south-, west winds. CALENDAR. Sun rises, 7:18 a. m? sets 5:02 p. m. TIDES. Norfolk: High water, 1:51 a. m., 1:51 p. m. Low water, 8:00 a. m., 8:19 p. m. Old Folnt__ High water, 1:30 a. m., 1:30 p. m. Low water, 7:39 a. m., 7:58 p. to. ______ Monuments and Gravestones. I H The selection of a sultablo N memorial In marble or gran [I Ue can be readily made from our stock, for we carry lh? Uh|...

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

Iplff-PIL?T. Htkt^imA^'^rfry^p^^' publishing CO HP AN T. KORFOLK ViRGEHI/lfl ?ND DAilY PILOT. (Consolidated March. 1898.)_ Entered at the Postoffice, at Norfolk, pVa., Am second-claas matter._ . * OFFICE: PILOT BUILDING, L-; u CITY HALL AVENUE, KOR FOLK. VA._ - JOFFICKRS: A. h. GRANDT, President; M. GLENNAN, Vlee-Presldent; W. S. WILklNSON, Treasurer; JAMES E. AL? LEN. Secretary. _ BOARD OF DIRECTORS: A. h. Orandy. M. Glennan. L. D. Starke. Jr, T. W. Sbelton, R. W. ShulUce, James E. Allen. D. F. Donovan._ TUBEIS CENTS PER COPY. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Ths VIRGINIAN-PILOT Is delivered to subscribers by carrlors In Norfolk ana vicinity. Portsmouth, Berkley. S"?01" We?t Norfolk, Newport News, for 10 cents per. week, payable to the carrier. By moll, to any place In tho United State?, postage free: DAILT, eu* year - - $5.00 ?* six. months - 3>00 " ?? Itiree months - - L50 ?? nn? mouth - ~ ** ADVERTISING RATES: Advcrtlse m?nt> Inserted at the rate of <t&am...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 4 January 1899

? fCHVDfH Assouuf ew pure Makes the food more delicious and wholesome Sff'Al BAKINO POWPCH CO., HEW VOKK. BHAMBLETOH WARD. The daily prayer meetings that are being held preparatory to the visit of. Rev. Henry Varley, of England, to the Park Avenue Baptist Church next Sun? day, to conduct a series of ? revival meetings, are weM atended, and much Interest Is manifested. The board walk on the west side of South Kelley avenue Is In a dangerous condition and need Immediate atten? tion. Brambleton Lodge No. 36. K. of P., Installed newly elected officers lasi night. A young men's prayer meeting will be held at Spurgeon Memorial Baptist Church to-night at 8 o'clock. Mr. John Hall, who has been 111 at his residence on Eust Brambleton ave? nue, for some weeks, Is reported to be improving. Mrs. C. A. Russell Is sick at the home or her husband on Tunstall avenue with acute neuralgia. Mr. John F. Wiiklns continues 111 at his residence, South Ferguson avenue, though somewhat Improved. There will ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 4 January 1899

RAILWAY llAl 151 SIGUT A Richmond Banker After Sea? board Air Line, Hnb?w Offtor for fonlrolllne interest nini President Moiriiuwi Fnvors II? Acceptance-Will tiubluit Prop* oslllouto IMreolors. fBy Tclctrrnpli to Vlrglnlan-Pllot.) Baltimore, Jan. 3.?A syndicate be? lieved to be headed by J. Skelton Wil tlams, the Richmond banker, has made an offer for a controlling Interest In the Seaboard and Roanoke Railroad Com? pany, the parent organization of the Seaboard Air Line. President R. Cur zon Hoffman declined to discuss the subject to-day, but from other a thentic sources R was learned that the offer had been made, and that Mr. Hoffman, as chairman of the pool j Which controls the company, favors its | acceptance. INSIDE INFORMATION. A gentleman tndentlfled with the company said to The Associated Press to-night: "1, understand that an offer has been made to Mr. Hoff man for a controlling Interest In the stock of the Seaboard and Roanoke Railroad Company, which he will submit to his st...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 4 January 1899

RICHMOND NEWS LETTER Commissioner K?lner As? sumes Duties of Office. DR. DICKERSON MARRIED Two Fat Turkeys from Grayaon? ' Girls wiint Higher Education ? rmhi Kbootlnfr-nnrnos Indicted? Confederate Veteran Dead ? Tbo Health of Urn. Joseph Lawless Greatly Improved. (Special to Vlrginlan-Pllot.) (Richmond, Va., January 3.?Mr. Geo. W. Kolner to-day assumed the oath of ofllco as Commissioner of Agriculture, succeeding Colonel Thomas Whltehead, who lias held the office for twelve years. There was no formality atend lng the change of the head of this de? partment. Mr. Kolner went to the of? fice of tho Secretary of the Common? wealth about noon and filed his bond of $10,000. The oath of office was then adminilstercd by Mr. Lawless, and Mr. Kolner went over to his ofllco in the Library Building, where ho was re? ceived by Colonel Whltehead, who tranrforred the office with wishes for the successful administration of Its duties by his successor. "I will make no immediate changes !n tho offic...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 4 January 1899

PETERSBURG infully Injured by Falling on the Ice. ' \ , ?--;i \ 'T? Statistic* or the Fort-Tnesday Club Blocta Officers?Tobacco In Brani trick ? Remembered by ftntidny School? Touoa; Lmllos' Gorman, "t > -?? Petersburg, ,Va., Jan. 3.?Mr. William E. Starke, of Brunswick county, had the misfortune to fall on the Ice on the sidewalk on Washington street Sunday and cut his leg in a most pain? ful manner. Mr. Starke Is from Law rencevllle, Brunswick county, and Is here on a visit to his uncle, Mr. Jos. J, Pcrclvall, who resides on Washing? ton street. He was attended by Dr. Stockdell, who dressed his wound. Mr. Starke'? wound'was bo painful that he fainted three times before It could be dressed. PORT STATISTICS. The renort of the ?ort warden for the month of December show the gross receipts from wharfuge to have been $137.64. The report of the port war? den'for the port quarter shoWs the val? ue of Inward commerce to have been ;J87.084.90, and thet of the outward commerce $91,...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 4 January 1899

NORTH CAROLINA NEWS GOSSIP Management of the Peniten? tiary Changes Hands. CAPTAIN DAY'S CLEAN SWEEP" Now ttnperfitietKipiit .'?hIhiiuiih ?i.i>" to f.'tiurUV for Colored nn?l Will Ron tll?> 'MslUs.'*'0" I*! AccorUiinco with BilliotfH % ?????* ?Bp.?rt?H Book Ueci?or'*4'*r^ ?>*??????. Kaleigh, N. C., Jan. 8.??. event ot Monday was CaptAV' J ? Day's takln? charge oC the pwa. te"u" ary. He said to your correspond'nt: "All of my appointments arc suDiK'1 to the approval of the directors, it" J have my way, I will appoini Mclvei" and Rheme and Bradshuw, who for twenty years In constant service proved their efficiency as supervisors ot the farms. These will, of course, be urubn the management of Mr. Dick Tillecy the chief farm supervisor. Here is rrt? jt first order to Mr. Tillery: "You are | hereby directed to remove all negro guards front the Caledonia Farm and substitute white men in their stead. This order is imperative.' There arc no negTo guards on any...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 4 January 1899

PORTSMOUTH LOCAL NEWS AND AnVFPTRFMFNTS PORTSMOUTH AHD NORFOLK CODNTY W?at Virginian-Pilot Rep? resentatives Hear Dally. BRIEF ITEMS OF INTEREST 'jbt Movement? of I'eoplo in Wbom the Avernc? Reader In Inter? ested? Happenings In E.ejjrel?Bne ln?Mi Hellgeona and Noclnl I'lr clea-A Foreenas of ruinro Events. Mrs. J. G. Salisbury and daughter, of I park "View, who have been .spending the holidays In Hamilton, N. C, return? ed home yesterday afternoon. The "chl?pers and caulkers in the construction department had their pay cut yesterday from $3.01 a day to $2.80. Attention is called to advertisement of W. &. J. Parker, In which they tell you that their coal Is the best you can get. See their advertisement. .-'The schooner Maud Seward- is dis? charging coal for Joseph A. Parker. A young man in this issue advertises tor a pocket-book he lost Monday night, containing $20. A reward will bo paid If left at this oillce. . ' "ie children of the Green Street pub lW school were given...

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

PORTSMOUTH ADVERTISEMENTS. Continued. HOSIERY! HOSIERY! The Best 12^ c. Hosiery in the city. Also a full line of 2Jc, JJc. and ?Oc. qualities. EfMMETT I>E>AJN:S, 320 High Street, I^JE&RTMCS CASH In Men's Winter Suits and Overcoats We have the largest and choicest stock tho market affords, and upon examina? tion you will admit that our prices arc the lowest when quality Is considered. $13.50 Overcoats for $10.0O. $1.0.00 Overcoats for $7.50. A bargain. Buy first-class Clothing In our store and get splendid value. MERCHANT TAILORING. Well dressed young men have a decided advantage by having their Suits. Trousers and Overcoats made by us. Prices are right. Workmanship, Fit and Style guaranteed. SHOE DEPARTMENT.?We offer from to-day tho greatest values on the market for examination. Boys' All Solid Shoes at J1.C0. I.ad'.es' Dongola. Pat. Leather or Tip same. Button and Tjace, all widths, Jl.fiO. Men's Rand Sewed Shoes, will wear as good as any Si.OO Sho...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 4 January 1899

REVIEW OF MARKETS FINANCIAL ?ND COMMERCIAL Stocks, aonoy, Exchange, Bonds, Grain, Cotton, Proitsions, sic. New York, January 3.?The market v. as Irregular to-day and left oft strong, with fractjonal gains in most shares, with a larger advance in other stocks where interest largely centered. Initial prices were generally higher, but subsequently the course of specula? tion was somewhat reactory, and Lon? don eold some 30,000 shares partly on the Philippine incident and talk of trouble between France and England. Profit talcing sales caused some of the : railways to recede froth the early best figures, IJfew York Central being espe? cially weak, although it subsequently recovered most of its loss. American Steel and Wire shares, after opening at Improvements, were raided and the common declined 5 nolnts, while the preferred lost 16 and then rallied 314 and 12 points respectively. In the af? ternoon r<se there was nn Increase in the volume of trading. The favorable -November...

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