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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 26 January 1899

-? ? ? . ?? .. -y \ ir.-rP'3: jL^r-'. .a: 11 u';xr-a* '* * W. flSSMpff ] ."'7. Makes t!:c fcorJ shore dtititfous end ivho'osomo ERA^i/-.; ..; v/.i;::>. ?Mr. JamesVM.aUeh, of Bali abh?rt vJuit to hi.* friends, Kin tmd family, "f No. l-is ! uvcnuc. rc>lurilQ<3 to ji:^ Inasmuch Cireta <>:'. \Hng\i w .!l it?hi ?aelr i t Gfut'ar v.-.-.' at tu.! liomc 'it' Mi Si i.u ? ? nerof lllsldwad and B at :>:;?i o'clock thii? aft . A o< liichtful basl : i irtj l>y the IJ'usy Bee Siv Memorial Baptist^ of 3? ?. 10. \V. Bray, on Rai ton it venue. Ias>t iil;jhl. <Mu ist lone form? d a pie islnt evehiag's chl pi tl'otri nt, ?!>:?$ koM amount. .1 10 ? ' > < eiptfi from I. till ? in> 1 i tUo am .nut con? lorably. tl?niii lines, title I it i 1:> K.-r.vy Vai Icy, ai the The Local B( n tl of lmpr< ?i?olt1 Its recular monthly ?n.';. when matti re of imp h ; cot filOC : i ,: Mr. Ai M. i iaW. rii Is Vi i j h >mo, *\ ?>. lo? Co k? avettti ? Mia. >V. A. Wh I...

Publication Title: Virginian-Pilot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 26 January 1899

THE SENATE AND THE HOUSE What Our National Law? makers are Doing. TO VOTE ON PEACE TREATY nilln <rr*flM|E Tempor?rlly Ollicn ?1? Admlnil of Ihe Xnvy. CJriuilIiik Iii? dependence 10 Hie Filipino?, nnil Appropriating- 1'weitlJT MIIIImiH lo M'aj si> 11ii Before llioKennte?ltlgbt of roDCrcnmcii lo Hold OnlNldc onieea. (By Telegraph (o VlrKlnlan-Pllot.) Washington, D. C, Jan. 25.?At the beginning of to-day's session of the Senate Mr. Hale, chairman of the Com? mittee on Naval Affairs, reported the naval personnel bill and gave notice that at the earliest time possible he would call it up for consideration. The c?mnvM1 ' ' ? ments, Mr. Chandler, of New Hampshire, in? troduced a bill temporarily creating the office of Admiral of the navy. It was referred to the Naval Affairs Com? mittee. Senate bill, providing for the erection of a building in this city for the De? partment of Justice, at a cost of $1,000, 000, was passed. A bill was passed amending nn act In relation to the immediat...

Publication Title: Virginian-Pilot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 26 January 1899

RICHMOND NEWS LETTER Board of Agriculture to Meet For Organization. , JULIAN RUFFIN PRESIDENT Severn! New Hembcra Appointed ? Anxious For JPoalllou? Norfolk )lnn For l.lenleuant?Slot Mncnlue ?A Ilrllllitnl Wedding -On (be Itc llrcd bist? Some Army Orilera Otber Mm fir a of Interest, Richmond, V.l., Jan. 25.?The State Hoard ot Agriculture will meet In this city Wednesday. February 1. The call for the meeting was sent out by Com? missioner Keiner to-day. The meeting of the board la chiefly for the purpose of organization. The Governor last week appointed five new members of the board. These must take the oath of olllce. President Bu ford resigned, and Mr. Julian R?ttln, of Hanover, was appointed in his place. A new president of the board will have to be chosen. There are also many subject for the board to consider betddc that of or? ganization. Money is very scarce. The last Legislature made the Department of Agriculture solely dependent upon fees from the Inspection of fertilizers fo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 26 January 1899

Tllli 01,1) DOMINION Brief Items of Interest Picked Up Here and There. The Turner-AsMby Camp, Confederate Veterans, has passed resolutions tak? ing exception to the bill of Senator Pritchard in regard to the General Government taking charge of Confeder? ate cemeteries. Stonewall Cemetery, fln which 13 burled over 5,000 soldiers, Is the property of Winchester, and the veterans resent any measure to deprive them of the privilege of taking care of their dead. (Mrs. C. P. Snead, of Fork Union, Flu vana. county, died Tuesday. Mr. Ililllard I* Edwards, ot Henrlco county, died Sunday, aged 28 years. (Mr. Thomas Hope, of Hanover coun? ty, died Monday night, aged 70 years. Miss Sallle T. Dickinson, of Caro? lina, county, died at the Richmond Re? treat .for the Sick Monday night. General Thomas L. Resser has re? ceived orders 'to report to Havana, Cuba, for duty, and left to-day for his Held of duty. Tazewell County's new Courthouse Is Hearing completion. Mr. B. R. Greever, of Five Oaks. Taze...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 26 January 1899

NORTH CAROLINA NEWS ?ND GOSSIP Governor's Penitentiary Ap? pointments to Be Ignored. A NEW COUNTY PROPOSED Mm? tiniirii Reorganisation I'ro errMlne-'??Jim Crow" Car lllll ttv Ing Prepared.-*))!! to Rnptlwt fe? male University ? FIeIiI Ovjer l ex tile School mil Mfcoly lo lie Lively ?PrisonIn Democratic iinml*. (Special to Virgin Ian-Pilot.) (Raleigh, N. C, January ,2r..?As was predicted, Immediately upon tho ap? pointment of Captain W. H. Day, as Superintendent of the Penitentiary, the Legislature decides to ignore such ap? pointment hy tho Governor and will take entire control of the penitentiary, os, indeed, it will do of all the other public Institutions. There are but two persons promi? nently named In connection with the management of the penitentiary?Au? gustus Lcazar, ex-Superlntendant, and Air. Aycock, of "Wayne. It is said here that It Leazur will make an ofttjrt he can get the position, bin that he does not appear to "bo seeking it. N03W COUNTY DESIRED. A delegation of Ric...

Publication Title: Virginian-Pilot
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 26 January 1899

RORTSMOUTH LOCAL NEWS AND ADVERTISEMENTS PORTSMOUTH AND NORFOLK COUNTY What Virginian-Pilot Rep? resentatives Hear Daily. BRIEF ITEMS OF INTEREST 1Uf> M nn'iiicn ti of I'coplo In Whom Iii? Avcr?co Header It luier r?l?>?l-IIa|>|>rnliiff* to Irfgnl-Itim lurH?, Rcllseoiis mill Social Ur< rli-n A Force??* or Future I.Vents. Attention Is called to an advertise? ment which appears in another column <>f a 5-'1 0 cash register which Is ottered for sale at (GO. Apply us notice directs. The Young Men's Hebrew Associa? tion will give their second annual ball nt the Pythian Castle Tuesday. Feb? ruary the Tili. A mule, which looked as if it had a bad case of the influenza, made thing? lively on South street yesterday after? noon by attempting to run away. The Epworth League of Owens Me? morial church held their usual mid? week devotional services last night, and were greatly enjoyed. These meetings are very interesting, and have gradu? ally grown in interest. The attend? anc...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 26 January 1899

PORTSMOUTH ?DlRTlSEMEMTS. Continued. t>::;';! to ? P?lfil [?J!f p (9 PI? Dei Dustomar?. GUNS, at Iii _^ fl WHITE. [OB High Sy Pc GBfiHB E jJI HO :. u ui Mi a .' :?;;> 3.PCO Vd?. Cambric Kwbv heard fc-r. Sp ? i.-i .1 Ulli Audi <>.-? ?? . ? i lied to 10 yards. tiirkc&t stock of Val I n'n > Iti city. from A run Iii:.' or Whli - ('io;ds in Piain a'iid H.-^t Uoi sditle ?' itnKr ??. Curtrtln M?sllttfi tunl Berlins from i.e. tip. Muslins at l?wi st ; i?:? _ TERMS CASH. 3 3 Hl< $7.45 The i y ! c ?on our Clothing floor, sp< \ ' Honest, Legitimate Advertisi \Ye ivnt".v vv.v i>i h ;..? ii-ii >?> i ni_ ?,.45 MS 81$ E Ell Included in Here we arc, ,i heavy sd . ic of V, \ ! method is, lo fctit the price, and wo e: ; : i pii llie Bargains iii .Children's 'Shojs, bargains in Ilm Boys' Shoes. Bargains in Men's Shoes. Your mo sell first-class Shoes for less money than els; a h ire. THE BRANDT 1 STRICTLY 0 ALL Tt-'i?:: r ?i 224 HIGH STRE . ^ Th'fi ' ? ?? V A. a <: ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 26 January 1899

REVIEW OF MARKETS FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL Stocks, Honey, Exchange, Bonds, Grain, Cotton, Provisions, Etc. New York, January 25.? There were gains of I to 1% points In stocks to-day on transactions In excess of a,million shares, which were widely dlsitributed, many usually neglected shares figuring In the total. The market here opened hesitatingly, in sympathy with the ir? regularity In London, which was a sell? er of some 20.000 sharea in the Hrst hour. The effect of this selling was hut slight, owing to the support given by leading Interests. The professional ele? ment relieved the pressure which k had been exerting on the market, and turned buyer. The commission busi? ness was in fair volume and was dis? posed to follow advances wherever they occurred. 'London to.ik back some of | her earlier sales on noting the Improved tendency here. Iniluences bearing on the situation were the handsome In? creases in gross earnings for the third week In January shown by St. Paul, Missouri Paci...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 27 January 1899

"j'LLU lUllUlliA?.?! Ulllllliutttu IUI UXU" ?S IN TWcT'pARTS. 3 rVV. j ' I ?TTTTTTTTTTTTTMTTTMT TTM II IT TTM ITT mf TUT MTT1? V?Ii^II?NO. 300. oo. Ilifimmpnnmn: WEATHER FORECAST FOR TO-DAY atuiouii .DAY F 3 NORFOLK AND VICINITY? ? I Fair t brisk south to southwest winds- F ?TTTTTTTTTT- TTTT T TTT TTT T TT TT TT TTTTTTTTTTTTTT7T TTTTT? NORFOLK, VA., FRIDAY, JANUARY 27, 1890?TWliLVE pages. THREE CENTS per COPY. INCREASED POWER FOR AGUINALDO a " h o ri 3t?a a to Declare War on the Americans.: WOMEN. ANXIOUS ..TO FIGHT Willing Ki )!C(\v Anrn III Oi'f. line or InilcpeVi decree If NcccMiiry-AnitT IciiuNchfrlr- Kill Flliplnoa-Bpou t*h tUlorgyJo Remain Vrlnoners-^ ? On vnh.'fKiTi I ?oplirr? Returning Homo-8nt Inlnctory Illgpnlcli from ljvurcrh.1 Olla, ?-? i , - v . . ? ' ? ??.. (By Telegraph to VIrgininn-Pilot.) Mniill^.iivn. 21, via Hong ICong, Jan. -fi._TUtt/liepublka, the ofTielai organ of the Teilipltios, announces .'that the Congrcs?i at'Malol.Ts has adopted the lMilllppifiw cVnstitul...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 27 January 1899

^J/vanted. WANTED. ? A QUALIFIED TEA and grocery clerk. F. hakky. Hampton._ _ <r%\r< ANTED. ? A BAND-SAW-F1 DEB vv wants position: llttccn years ex? perience; b-wt ot reference. Address FILER, Vlrginan-Plloi ofllce. Ju26-lw ?NTDI). ? AX EXPE Rl I'. N t WD salesman; also a lady t-ltorouguly experienced lor coal and suit department exclusively. Apply In writing. AMES, BROWLMY .v iioirvniAL. laStMf X\T ANTED?BY YOUNG MAN I'OSI \\ tl n of am kind. Has lltld expert nice a.s clerk and salesman In men-anUle house. Oan furnish good references. Ad drews. f'M.H.3.." this ofllce:_Ja25-?t? ALADY OK TllOItOlJC.lI EXPER1 . cure wishes a situation as House ha per or Linen-Room Manager In a ho? tel. Distance no object Fust class ref? erence. Address N., Virginian-Pilot ofllce. Jal-tf WANTED. - A LIGHT BUT OF books to keep, or would accept u position aa ussistaiU h?okk? per. Ad? dress X. Y. /., care Vlrglnlun-l'llot. JaM-lw,_ WANTED. A CLERICAL Posi? tion in any honorable business. by n young ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 27 January 1899

WEATHER REPORT. Washington, D. C, Jan. 26th. Virginia?Generally fair; cold wave; the temperature will fall twenty to thir? ty degrees by Friday night; tho cold weather will continue until Sunday; high northwesterly winds. North Carolina?Threatening weath? er, followed 'by fair; cold wave; brisk westerly winds, .-hitting to northwest? erly. a! ETEOROLiOG 11 "A L DATA. Maximum Temperature. 157 Minimum Temperature . 35 Normal Temperature .* . 40 Departure from normal.plus 0 Departure since*.Jan. 1st.plus tlx Rainfall In past 21 hours. it Rainfall since 1st of month.2.2>! Mean humidity. Gl WEATHER. Fair; brisk south to southwest winds. CALENDAR. Sun rises 7:10 a. m., sets 5:25 p. m. TIDES. Norfolk: High water 9:32 a. m.. H::,r> p. m.; low water 8:14 a. in.. 3:48 p. m. old Point: High water 9:11 a. m., 9:1(4 p. m.; low water 2:03 a. m., 3:27 )>. m. Ollis?. hawks ?At her residence, N ?. ::<; I'.nlo street. Wednesday. January 25th, 1S89, tit 1 O'clock a. m., MKS. MA KV ANN 1 'A...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 27 January 1899

VIRGINIAN - PILOT. -by the? virginian and 1MI.'?t i'ublishing company. [MOLK VIRGINIAN AND DAILY PILOT. (Consolidated March, 1SDSJI_ Entered at the Festofflce at Norfolk. Yu.. Ui second-class matter. OFFICE: 1MUOT BUILDING. CITY 11A1.L AVENUE, NORFOLK. VA._ OFFICERS: A, H. GRANDY, President; 3d. GLENNAN, Vlcc-Presldent: \V. s. WILKINSON, Treasurer; JAMES K. AL? LEN P^cretary. HOAJil? OK DIRECTORS: A. H. Grandy. M. Glcnnan, U D. .Starke. Jr.. T. \V. Shi Hon. H W. ShuItlcc. James E. .-?Hen, D. F. Donovan. _ Til tti.i: ? i.mPKR roi'Y. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: The VIRGINIAN-PILOT Is delivered to subscribers by carriers in Norfolk and vicinity, Portsmouth, Berkley. Suffolk, west Norfolk, Newport News. for in cents per week payable to th<* carrier. By mall, to any placo In the United Slates, postage free: DAILY, one your - - - S?.OO " i>ix iiionili? - at.' o lliree mouth* - - I.."IO " niie niontli - ? ? .SO ADVERTISING RATES: Advertlse ments Inserted at the rat" of 73 cents a Square, llr...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 27 January 1899

Baking Makes the food more delicious and wholesome ROrM. r?KI?:Q POWCEB CO., BRAMBLETON WARD Meeting of the Local Board of Im? provement. Report From llio Nircet Cumin III op - Sctiooi Haiiern - Communications lli'lrrrcil riircli;iM' of Holl MreeC ?Irlilgc K.mIoi?e?l, The Local Board of Improvement of Bramblcton Ward convened In regular monthly session at 8 o'clock last night, with President Jones in the chair and the following members present: Messrs Bunting, Fercbce, Gale, Hancock, Rcld, Spann, Sterling and Whltehurst. The report of the Street Committee stated that the streets in the ward were not In as good condition as usual, but that there had been some Improve? ments since the lust meeting. An order had been placed for the material for curbing and guttering the east end of Lovitt avenue, and the culvert is now being fitted: work on Water ave? nue hud been delayed on account of un? satisfactory bids: board walks had been replaced with cinders; the gutters on Clay avenue hud bee...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 27 January 1899

THE NATIONAL LEGISLATURE fllr. Mallory. of Florida, Speaks Against Expansion. FOR CONFEDERATE PENSIONS After Hi Irl Consideration or I'piihIoh Appropriation Itill .Mr. Hull or, ?>r Noaili i'nrollnn, Addresses Sonnte With Itcfcrcttco (?> Von feil erni? l'on.ioiiH ami Withdraws m* Amendment. (By Telegraph to Vlrglnlan-Pllot.) Washington, 1>. C, .Inn. 2(J.?In the Senate to-day Mr. Mason (Illinois) an? nounced that to-morrow morning he would ask for ;l vote on his resolution declaring it i<> be the policy of the Vnltod States imt to attempt to guv em tho people of tmy other country without the consent<0( the people.them? selves. Mit. MALLORY AGAINST EXPAN? SION. Mr. Mallory (Florida) who had been waiting for nearly three-quarters of an hour for tin opportunity to begin his announced speech pn the Yost anti-ex? pansion resolution, was then recog? nized. Ho BO.Id that In tho very face ot the declaration <-f our disinterestedness In Cuba, wo proposed to take Porto Rico...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 27 January 1899

RICHMOND NEWS AND GOSSIP Decisions Handed Down By Supreme Court. SUMMARY OF THE CASES Term* ol Visitor* umi Directors Near* Ijr Expired,?Tbs Diniculitc* Tbnl licnn nn r.iopinu Connie?.Hin Vim I.rwlN Alumni I'rotcnt Atrnliml Tax iillon Wlllionl Itoprcsciitn lion ? Oilier U< ill- of I 111 <? rem. Rioliinoml, Va., Jan. SC.?The Su? preme Court of Appeals to-djy handed down an opinion in tlie cases asking for orders compelling Registrar James A. Stone, of Bristol, to allow General James A. Walker, Congressman from the Ninth Virginia district, to Inspect the Bristol poll-hooks, deciding that such inspection must he allowed. The cases were styled J. B. Kellar and A. It. Ulchmnn VS. James A. Stone, und James A. Walker vs. James A. Stone. They were practically similar. The opinion, which was written by Judge Card well, recites that on the 22d of November, lS'Js, General Walker asked Registrar Stone lo be allowed lo examine the poll-book, stating that he wished to obtain from it Informa...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 27 January 1899

Brief Hems of Interest Picked Up Here and There. ? ?? ? - " "; ? Mr. Parle Daniel, one of tlie oldest citizens or Charlotte county, died Tues? day near Abcline, aged 'JO years. A great deal of nine wood is now being shipped from Oak to New York City. Jim Porter, colored, who hilled John Staples in Dudley's bar-room, at Char lottesvllle, was convicted sind Impris oncd for thirty months. Mr. John W. Doswcll and Miss Helen Edmonds, of Danville, were joined m wedlock Wednesday evening. Miss Sullle Virginia Hardy.of Freder Icksburg, and Mr. George Hamilton Lehew, of Alexandria, were mude man und. wiTe Wednesday night. Mrs. J. Perry HnddOX, wife of a lend? ing merchant of Winchester, died after a protracted illness Wednesday night, at an advanced age. Mr. F. Otey Hoffman, late of Tteil ford, Is court stenographer In Alabama. Mr. Teeny Cundlff, a large ami In? dependent farmer of Bedford county, has lost his mind brooding over prop? erty losses. Ex-Governor F. M. W. Holllday Is ill at his ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 27 January 1899

NORTH CAROLINA NEWS BUDGET The Russell-Wilson Dispute Reaches Acute Stage. THE GOVERNOR DENOUNCED Insurance Men to anhi Coni.'"1?10?' 1? Framing; mi lainranet l,i?vT ? BUI tn Prevent Transfer or KentM y'roni Mute ??> Federal ? oiirti- Ciijtta.'n !?:i.v urn Unlit on?Miner Matter* <>i Interest. (Special to Virglnfan^Pllot.) Raleigh, N. C, January 20.?The mat? ter between Governor Kussel I and ex Chairmati James W. Wilson. oC the Railway Commission, has reached an aetitc stage. Last night the Semite chamber was packed with people eagei to hear the evidence, but none was pre? sented. The Governor's bill of charges Mas again read and Wilson's attorneys pressed tor a hearing at once. <?ne of tin sr. cx-Judgo John Gray llynuin, declared that Governor Russell's at? tack mi Major Wilson was "hellish In purpose." Captain Ulli Day, of counsel for the Governor, denounced this sinte? rn? in as an Improper reltection upon a coordinate b'ranch of the government. Then ex-Judge Byiiurn r...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 27 January 1899

PO RTS M OUTH LOCA L_ INJ EWS AND A D V E RTI SEM EN TS PORTSMOUTH AND NORFOLK COUNTY What Virginian-Pilot Rep? resentatives Hear Daily. 1- RIEF ITEMS OF INTEREST I he n??vciMPUt? ot I'ennle <u lviumi Ilm Avenme Itcuiier Is Imer ? Mini lln]>)>?? itiiik. in i.i uul ? ItiiM liifHi), lti'tiici'im<i n ii.i Kiiriitl *'lr? eles a i'..it. ?. ur iuai4'c l.vrn'a. ?Mr. K. L. Dnshlell. the insurance . nt, has something <>r Iht fast to t>'ll a r readers In his advertisement, which , [.ears In another column. Head It. ? v ins to the fact that the erection iho organ will Interfere with the :vices of Trinity P. K. Church, the Impel will be used for divine services ii..lay morning and night. The Boilermakers' and Iron Workers' Union nf America will give a ball at Armory Hull, February 10th. Ptkitle Keeling, of Drivers, has been f...>??!; I : ii ti'sV I Unit l !-' ttaa pen felon cr : :. The i . s. P. Ycremlte will shortly lonvo the yard for the Itilnii I of Quam. She will car...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 27 January 1899

PORTSMOUTH LOC?L NEWS ?ND ADVERTISEMENTS. Continued, "no die mim ii mwr While Its protecting folds floats over two ocntlnemts, McKinley asks. No one! Any n.ore than they Hin Und a Haw in the concise and clearly drawn iiolieies that we will draw on the Aetna, Hartford Orient and Seabord P re Insurance Com? panies, while their protecting folds shields you from loss by lire. We will Insure yon in the Betrm, Hartford, Orient and Semboard Piro Insurance Companies at a small premium. You i-mnoi .iffoid it be without Insurance, and the Aetna. Hart? ford. Orli nt and Sealiord F re Insurance Companies ore the companies to Insure In. E. L. DASHIELL, Agent 410 Crawford Street, ja20-i2m Portsmouth, Va. Just Arrived A FINK SELECTION OF Umbrellas, 75c. Up Hats and Caps Black Leather Caps for 'Engineers u_aa_ 8h pmen. COc. All kinds or Caps. Children's Hats and Caps. ' : jAdles' Parasols. , '?; .' j Adjustable Handle Umbrellas. 1. B. D! 318 High Street. to Fisass flur Gustomsrs. ?We have? GUNS, BI...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 27 January 1899

REVIEW OF MARKETS FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL Etocfcs, Money, Exchange, Bonds, Grain, Cotton, Provisions, Etc. New York, Jnn. 26.?Stocka made sub? stantial progress upward to-day till the closing dealings, wberi there was the usual profit taking, accompanied by vigorous selling for the short account, Which sent prices down an average of ?hont a point, hut leaving fair gains for the day. Transactions were In ex? cess of a million ami a. half, being the second largest day in the history or the Exchange. Expectations of an early settlement of the peace treaty and the firmness of Americans in London were Important features in the market strength. The unrest in the Philippine lslnnds was passed unnoticed, and had no appreciable Offed on trading. Tin Grangers made extreme advances of from 1 10 2%, the latter in St. Paul on its showing of a net Increase for De? cember of $336.000. Northern Pacific ami Union Pacific displayed strength, although the latter eased off consider? ably on intimation...

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