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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 29 January 1899

SITUATION IN CUBA United States Desired to Pay Cuban Soldiers. VlP?m of it I'romliiriit Spniilnril Sec oud Cimo nl Yrllun l>mr In <Jen <'ml Lee's Camp-Judgments null Toxei-Refrigerated Hoof. tBy TePegrajth to Vlrgln.'an-P!lot.) Havana, January 28.?Sonor Federlco Mora, tho Civil Governor of Havana, In an interview to-day, declared that the question of the payment of the Cu? ban army was of much greater import? ance than the Washington Government seems to realize. He said that if the Cubans were to collect the customs of the Island, which tire their property, their llrst action would be to meet Cuiba'a sacred obligation to the army by the payment in full of tho soldiers. But the customs administration being In the hands of tho Americans, the Cu? bans make a simple business proposi? tion to the United States Government that It shall advance money to pay the troops, holding the customs as security. THK NEEiD OF MONEY. If tho Americans were not present, S...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 29 January 1899

TUE OLD DOMINION Brief Items of Interest Picked Up Here and There. Mrs. Annie Rebecca Ebert, wife of William H. Kbert, a prominent farmer, died ut her home, near Stephenson, Frederick county, last night after a lingering illness. Mrs! Ebert was sev? enty-three years of age. At Raphino Thursday Miss Nellie Burton Deny became the bride of M r. W. Frank Humphries. Mrs. II. C. Da Hon. of Gladcsboro, sus? tained a stroke of paralysis a few days ago. In the Brunswick County Court R. XJarkln Rawllngs )vaa convicted of at? tempting to shoot Judson A. Thomas ?n, <uul given two years in the peniten? tiary. Mrs. Mary It. Mason, of Hotel p.imp Jin, Pamplln City, Is very ill at the JL/ynchburg Retreat for the Sick. Mr. William S. Muse, eon or the late General Richard J. Muse, or Essex county, died in Baltimore Friday. The remains will be interred in King and .Queen county. Mr. B. F. Sledge, Jr.. won of Mr. B. F. Sledge, Sr.. of Richmond, died in California Thursday of consumption. Mrs...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 29 January 1899

RICHMOND NEWS LETTER Governor Busy With Appli? cations For Pardou. NEWPORT NEWS STRUGGLE Ihc ripht I'or Appolilliiiout naQuar? antine Officer?Ita?Hew of Head Vol UierH I? BO ltr?ti;ilit lloitio-Xrgro Koltller Mioou StreetUenrt -SStmto From Cnlin-A i lg ratline- Brief Kcwi Notes. (Special to Vlrglnian-Pllot.) Richmond, Va., January 28.?Between applications for i ardons and the set? tlement of tin? contest for the oillce of Quarantine Office of Newport '? <?? Governor Tyler is kept busy now. Par? don applications arc coming In with al? most unprecedented rapidity. Did tin Governor grant one-fourth i>r tao.-v re? ceived Superintendent Helms, of the penitentiary, would Boon have Ills fam? ily so depleted that cnlargi ment ot his house, which was so persistently ut-ged upon the last ' Legislature, would be j unnecessary. Ky< ry application which reaches the Governor is r. a i car >fully, no matter whether it be n n irnl type? written document f...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 29 January 1899

?ORTH CAROLINA NEWS BUDGET Louisiana Suffrage Law in High Favor. CARE OF CRIMINAL INSANE Conflict ot Opinion lu tlic I.ejjlulnlnrc ?Northern Kcttlera nt ?Ottilien? Pinea Sinke Iniportnut Movot ? l'ropourd suite Textile Ncliool ? INiro Food l.ow A?l vorntctl?Toltl In Paragraph?. (Special to Vlrginian-Pllot.) Raleigh, N. C, Jan. 28.?The Demo? cratic caucus ditl not toko any decided action last night regarding the suffrage amendment to the constitution. As was shown very clearly in special interviews a. fortnight ogo with tho Democratic loaders In both Senate and House, the Louisiana law is In high favor. Hence there appears to be no doubt that the Louisiana feature, which exempts from all tho provisions of the law persons whose grandfathers or fathers could vote prior to January 1st, 1S67, will Ftand In tho North Carolina law. There Is a provision in one section that ex? emption shall not issue to enforce pay? ment of poll tax, but shall apply only to property taxes. The reason &a...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 29 January 1899

1'iWE MM IN TUE NAVY The Law Under Which it is Granted Vnll-H srai.H Navy - IToi?irii ..^ Awnid 'ill* ?oii?m>?M??er?. ?j| , let ?flitndroiiN "??<! ? "U'\?iWii.l Mi?t>i The bill abolishing prize money L Use United 'jtn nv navy has passed thA House, "jicl will doubtless pass the Senate, Putting the recent war much In'.eivst was aroused in the system now fcbout t? be abolished. The New York Sun gives tie- Coliowlrig explanation <>t the theory and method of awarding prize money. A very unusual and suggestive inci? dent of the current House debate on the iVnVy P< rsonn i bill lias been the ap Viauso which greeted the announce? ment by Mr. Fobs, who has charge of the bill, that he should offer an amend? ment abolishing prize money. The pro? posal of the bill to increase pay of the officers of the navy gave .Mr. Foss a special reason for attempting to abolish prize money, and since there is much more peace titan war m tlie a...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 29 January 1899

PORTSMOUTH LOCAL NEWS AND ADVERTISEMENTS PORTSMOUTH AND NORFOLK COUNTY What Virginian-Pilot Rep? resentatives Hear Daily. BRIEF ITEMS OF INTEREST 'Ike Movement-* ol I <-<>|?!e In Whom Um? Avcr-njo . Header 1% liti??r* rBlo?l->lai?|i<'iilMC< ?? I.??b?i?Ui?? Iura?, ISt-1IS???!?* niitl .Social ?lr clt'm A Force o or I iniiro I.vriiim. If you want a bicycle ?!r. V.'. N. While says he will help you to pay for It. See his advertisement. For cursing and abusing, and threat? ening to kill Richard King. Luther Johnson, colored, was ?::? yesterd ly si i>. to Jad by Justime Ainsworth for a period cf CO days, and he will have to Bive a peace bond of $.">0 for his good behavior for sis months after he servea the sentence Imposed. The Brandt Company has a very ;it tracllve advertisement In another c ! Umn, which would repay our patrons' to read to-day. A number of boys engaged In a sham battle on Court stret i...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 29 January 1899

PORTSMOUTH LOCAL NEWS ?ND ADVERTISEMENTS. Continued, IM SILK C?PS, 50c. CAPS, 39c; 25c. CAPS, 19c Ladies' High Neck and Long Sleeve Ribbed Vest, 10c. 50c. Ribbed Vests reduced to 43c. 3 Sc. All-Wool Sacque Flannels, 25c. Bobnet for Ladies' Ties, 32, 36 and 37 inch wide, 20c. to 50c. per yard. Cheapest line of Cambric Embroideries in the city. Sole agent for the celebrated Telegram Skirt Binding. TERMS CASH. 320 HIGH STREET. ?NOTHING BUT? Drop Steal Forcings ?are used in the? BICYCLES we sell. 1809 models are now ready. We have adopted a new plan by which we HELP YOU PAY FOR YOUR BICYCLE. Come and see us for particulars. I. N. WHITE. 108 High St., Portsmouth. Va. ?FOR C?NDLEMHS DAY. Those wishing to buy Wax Candles for Candlemas Day can find them at JOSEPH A. PARKER'S, WHOLESALE GROCER, Corner cf Crawford and Columbia streets. TO CLOSE' C The Balance of Our Broken Linos of This Season's Best So Hers we will Sell This Week Only MEN'S WINTER SUITS That Sold at S10, S12, S13 30, $15, ^_...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 29 January 1899

REVIEW OF MARKETS FIN \NCIAL AND COMMERCIAL lu kMoney, Exchange, Bonds, Grain, Cotton, Provisions, Etc. New York, Jan. 28.?The market was Quite Irregular to-day. The opening was strong In spite Of the irregularity of the London market because, in part, of the absence of disquieting Philip? pine advices, which apparently had been expected by the traders who started covering short contracts. Pre? sently there was a renewed attack on values on predictions of an unfavora? ble bank statement, but when the statement appealed it upset all <:nl< il? lations by being very favorable. This was the signal for the ro-purehnso of stock sold earlier, which gave a strong tone 10 the closing. There wen- some recessions in the railroads, however, on the evening- up of contracts for the week. Sugar and Glucose gained over a point each, but It seemed to ho tin' impression of traders that Sugar was advanced in the interest of seilt is. while in other quarters the simul? taneous adv...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 31 January 1899

?in Ii i:: i n i u i um: mini lliiiuil Uli ill 11? ) IN TWO PARTS. \ VII Rill. X ?iiiiiiiu.i.iiiiiiii]..iiiia:iiiiiumiliij! WEATHER FORECAST FOR TO-DAY | NORFOLK AND VICINITY? | Increasing cloudiness: light varia- ? blc winds; stationery temperature. ? vol. ii?xo. 103, noufoi.k, VA., TUESDAY, JA>>UA1!Y :i !. is99?TWELVE PAOES. three CENTS pbh copy. AFFAIRS IN ISLAND OF CUBA General Butler Gives Senate Committee Information. PORTER'S SPECIAL MISSION i iiii>)>?ereil t<> Arrange For Dlibnnc mi sii <>t Tlireo Million Dollarn Antonie (Julian Koldlem?Ctoiienil Games, Hint iiy American Neglect siny Kol Accept Money ? KpuiiUli Haulier Summoned. (By Telegraph to Virginia-Pilot.) Washington, P. C, January SO.?Gen? eral M. C. Butler was given a h arii g by tho Senate Committee on Military Affairs to-day in regard to affairs in Havana, whore lie lias been recently stationed an one of the evacuation . ?ni mis...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 31 January 1899

_WAl^TEp^_ 1?' A D I ES : TO MAKE RAM PI-E j patches at lumo; J6 to $10 weekly: no canvassing; reply envelope for sample ?ml particulars. POOTBR M ACH ink oo f w co.. &20 West 29th street, Wew York. : ANIW3D. BY GENTIae'M'AN. 30 , years old, of 12 years' experience, position as bookkeeper: will f-V? best ref erencea. A<idress ''BOOKKBEJPBR. i?re Virglnlan-Pllot. Ja31-.ll s w w 1TUIA.T10N1 RY EXPERT BTBSOO rapher; very rapid typewrltlst; six -v.irs' experience. LlOHTNttlNG, care Virginian-PilU._Ja31-?f ANTEIL). ? PA'RTN'ERi IN good paving business; n rare chance f-r good live man with some capital; IT you moan business answer quick. Address 6VI am: st Kit, care Virginian-Pilot. Ja31-3t*_ ANTEJD1? a No. 1 SALESMAN OR saleslady: light high-grade work amongst ladies; go al wages to quick. In? telligent person. Address HOW arid. Ja;tl-3t_ ANTEID. ? m> CARPENTERS to work on new hotel at Willoiighby Iieach Apply to J. II. PIERCE, Outtcn street, or at Wlllo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 31 January 1899

WEATHER REP?RT Washington, D. C, Jan. 30th. Forecast for Tuesday: Virg. "1 Light snow, followed by fair; cok. eri brisk West to Northwest winds, mm*" colder Tuesday night. North Carolina?Rain, followed by snow In northwest portion: colder in western portion; fair and much colder Tuesday night: fresh variable Winds, becoming- northwesterly and increasing. WE ATM Kit. Increasing cloudiness; light variable winds; stationary temperature. CALENDAR. Sun rises, T:0S tu m.; sets, 5:30 p. m. TIDES. Not-folk: High water, 11:16 a. m., 12 p. m. Low water, 5:41> a. in., 0:10 p. m. Old Point: High water, 11:25 a. m.. 11:39 p. m. Low water, 5:25 a. m., 5:49 p. m. METEOROLOC.ICAL DATA. January 30, 1 -:?:?. Maximum temperature. 48 Minimum temperature. Normal temperature.minus Departure from normal . 40 Departure since Jan, 1st.plus 44 Rainfall In past 24 hours. Rainfall sine- 1st of linonth.2.fir, Mean humidity. 74 MBU. COTTON,?At the r? sid- nr.-. No. 22G Foil much street, Monday, Januar...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 31 January 1899

VIRGINIAN - PILOT. ?BT THE? VIRGINIAN AND PILOT PUBLISHING COMPANY. I.0RFOLK VIRGINIAN AND DAILY PILOT. (Consolidated March. 1S3S.) Entered at tho Fostofflco at Norfolk, \a.. an second-class matter. OFFICE: PILOT BUILDING, CITY HALL AVENUE. NORFOLK. VA._ OFFICERS: A. II. GRANDY. President; M. GLENN AN, Vicc-Presldent; W. 8. WILKINSON. Treasurer; JAMES E. AL? LEN. Secretary. BOARD OF DIRECTORS: A. H. Grandy M. Glennan. I.. D. Starke, Jr., T. W. ShHton. R. W. Stiultlce. James E. Allen. D. F. Donovan. TIIRKK CKNTS l'KRCOi'T. SUUSCRII'TION KATES: The VJRGINIAN-PIIX)T is delivered to subscriber* by carriers In Norfolk and vicinity Portsmouth, Berkley. Suffolk. West Norfolk, Newport News, for 10 cents per week, payable to the carrier. By mall, to any placo in tho United States, postage free: DAI 1. V, one jciir ... 93.00 "' alxmoiitha ... a.o ?? tbrco moutha - - J.ao " one month ?? ? ? .no ADVERTISING RATES: Advcrtlsc ments Inserted at the rate of 75 cents a Square, Jlrst Insertion: each ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 31 January 1899

Absolutely Ihjre Baking Powder Makes the food more delicious and wholesome BOY?l BAKttlQ POWQFn CO., HEW VOHK. BRIEF ITEMS OF INTEREST. There will be no matinee to-day of the "Moth and the Flame." the only performance being at night. A small blaze ut No. Hank street yesterday morning was extinguished by William Thorogood and William Sparrow, two colored men. No damage of any consequence was done. Miss Jcannctte B. Gray, of Windsor, N. C, is visiting her brother, Mr. G. T. Gray, No. 117 Soutli Marshall ave? nue. Mrs. Burnett, of Petersburg, Is in the city visiting her husband, Mr. F. D. Burnett, No. 140 Bank street. She will return home the latter part of the week. Mrs. R. M. Paxson and daughter, of Butte, Montana, were In Norfolk Sun? day. Mr. John K. Heyl, of Washington, D. C, Is In our city. Mr. W. H. Clarke and wife, of Co? lumbia, S. C, are at the Atlantic. Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Slmmonds, of Tonkcrs, N. Y., spent Sunday in Nor? folk, as guests of the Atlantic. Mr. S. C. Vance, of ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 31 January 1899

HOI CONGRESS PASSES THE TIME Senate Calls Upon Secretary Alger For Information. PEACE TREATY DISCUSSED Senator nitron I'lenila For Action u p? on 1IU BpsoIiiIIoii* mid Is Opposed by Nenntorn Chnmller null Carter? Tlio Preslaleul Nni.iillca Informa? tion About Pence Nreollnllon! ? MotMO Wreallea Willi Army Bill, (By Telegraph to Virglnlan-Filot.) Washington, Jan. 30.?An effort on the part of Mr. Allison, of Iowa, to ob? tain consideration in the Senate to-day for the Indian Appropriation bill, pre? cipitated a running debate, which occu? pied all the time until the Senate, at 2 o'clock, went Into executive session on the peace treaty. A House Joint resolution authorizing the Secretary of War to admit to West Point Military Academy as a student Andres Poute Huego, of Venezuela, was adopted at the opening of the ses? sion to-day. HEALTH OF OUR SOLDIERS. Mr. Mason (Illinois) called up his res? olution offered Saturday ufternoon and presented a resolution in an amended form as follows: W...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 31 January 1899

NEWS FROM RICHMOND AND OTHER PARTS OF VIRGINIA. RICHMOND NEWS LETTER Election of United Stales Sen ators by Popular Vote. WILL BE A : LIVELY QUESTION t'uiitcsi lor >??? port News <lnwrt?ntlne Officer? tlr.SIensol Kol nr it oil Home I nun Cioly i.mill ? Sent I>irK lo Europe Vit i led .Slntes IMitrlct At? torney ? tllsclutricetl I roni Bunk* rupicy?Wchiii or .Hiss I'oworr <Siir-ri.il t? Vlrglnlan-Pllot.) Richmond, A'a., .ion. 30.?The election of Senators by popular vote is still a very live question In Virginia, appa? rently, it. Is thought that the bill pro? viding for the selection of a Demo? cratic; candidate for the Senate by a party primary will be re-introduced at tho in>xt s.sslon of the Legislature. It will hardly pass. It is thought to be very probable, however, that a reso? lution will pass requesting Congress to utlnpt an amendment to the constitu? tion providing for the election ot" Sen? ators by popular vote. Twenty-f...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 31 January 1899

THE NEWS FROM VIRGMA CONTINUED^ROM PAGE SEVER THE OLD DOMINION Brief Items of Interest Picked Up ?Here and There. ' The south-bound passenger train on the Norfolk and Western railroad,Roa noke and Southern division, ran down and killed John Leslow, of Spray, N. C, Saturday night, about six miles north of Martlnsvllle. It seems that Leslow was walking on the track and was closely wrapped, head and ears, to protect himself from the snow-storm that had been raging all day, hence he did not hear the approaching train. "Voters in the southern part of Bed? ford county have brought Dr. J. W. Fuqua out for the Legislature. R. D. Buford, a typical old Vir? ginia gentleman and one of the oldest clerks In the State, in point of service, announces himself as candidate for re? election as county clerk of Bedford. A new bank will bo established at Christiansburg, Montgomery county. The capital has been subscribed. A telephone line from Chase City to Boydton, via Clarksville, will soon be put In o...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 31 January 1899

THE NEWS FROM THE OLD NORTH STATE AND ITS^ CAPITAL NORTH CAROLINA NEWS AND GOSSIP Draft of a General Insurance Law Submitted. NEW COUNTY OF SCOTLAND Astounding Rcto1ulioii?n*?o Rotten* new of Penlleiillnry Miiimgenieiit During I'll*.! Two Years?ii'miiclilne a mi nil mm! Will Limit M?CrO Vote -Young Lnffjfr li?JTrot?blj -15111k Introduced nutt russctl. (Special to Virglnlan-Pllot.) Italeigh, N. C, Jan. 30.?A draft of a general insurance law was this after? noon submitted to the legislative com? mittees on insurance- As yet there Is no agreement as to the proposed de? partment of insurance; that is whether it shall be of insurance alone, or shall cover also banking, building and loan, railways, etc. A largo delegation of Roboson county people arrived here last night, some be? ing for and some against the new bill to create the county of "Scotland" out of iiarts of Richmond and Robeson. ROTTEN PENITENTIARY MANAGE? MENT. The revelations as to the rottenness of the penitentiary managemen...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 31 January 1899

PORTSMOUTH LOCAL NEWS AND ADVERTIRFMfmtc; PORTSMOUTH AND NORFOLK COUNTY What Virginian-Pilot Rep? resentatives Hear Daily. BRIEF ITEMS OF INTEREST Ibe Uoveinenta or I'eonle la Wboni Ihe Averngii Header la Inlcr ratr.d-Hap|>oiilns;? In lergi?l?Bus Inene, Itclljceons nnrt Nodal t'lr? clea-A Forecast of t'Riuro Evan la. Mrs. W. S Dlggs and three children, who have been quite sick, are slowly Improving, much to the gratification of their friends. Officer Carmine yesterday lodged In the county jail John Redman and Wil? liam Johnson, on the charge of stealing coal, and thirty days each is the length of time they will have to stay with Deputy Sheriff Codd. Mr. E. P. Rodman has returned from Rodman's station to Pinner's Point. The W. C. T. U. will meet this nf ternoon nt 3 o'clock with Mrs. M. E5. fcaunders, No. 70? Washington street. Rev. Henry Varley will preach this afternoon nt 3:30 o'clock at the South Street Baptist Church, and ngaln at 8 o'clock. He Is a gentleman of promi...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 31 January 1899

PORTSMOUTH LOGflL NEWS AND ADVERTISEMENTS. _[Continued,] REDUCTION IN SILK CAPS, 50c. CAPS, 39c; 25c. CAPS, 19c Ladies' High Neck and Long Sleeve Ribbed Vest, 10c. 50c. Ribbed Vests reduced to 43c. 35c. All-Wool Sacque Flannels, 25c. Bobnet for Ladies' Ties, 32, 36 and 37 inch wide, 20c. to 50c. per yard. Cheapest line of Cambric Embroideries in the city. Sole agent for the celebrated Telegram Skirt Binding. TERMS CASH. 320 HIGH STREET. ?NOTHING BUT? Drop Steel For gings ?are used in the? BICYCLES we sell. 1S99 models are now ready. We have adopted a new plan by which we HELP YOU PAY FOR YOUR BICYCLE. Come and see us for particulars. W. N. WHITE. 108 High St., Portsmouth. Va. WAX OiVPCDI^S ?FOR CHNDLEMHS D7XV. Those wishing to buy Wax Candles for Candlemas Day can find them at JOSEPH A. PARKER'S, WHOLESALE GROCER,_Corner of Crawford and Columbia streets. TO close out The Balance of Our Broken Lines of This Season's Best Sellers we will Sell This Week Only MEN'S WINTER SUITS That Sol...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 31 January 1899

REVIEW OF MARKETS FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL Stocks, Honey, Exchange, Bonds, Grain, Cotton, Provisions, Etc. New York, Jan. 30.?The movement of etock prices was extremely variable, and alter ulternate strmgth und de? pression the market left off firm, with mixed changes averaging about Satur? day's flnul quotations. The supply of money continued abundant at reason? able rates, and was unaffected by Feb? ruary dividend and Interest require? ments. Gold to the amount of $576,000 was engaged for import, and cable ad? vices were that three and a halt mil? lion dollars of gold had been purchased In London for America. Tho periodical railway earnings re? ports that appeared were gratifying. The volume of business was again over u million shares, and because of the continued activity of the market n number of commission houses now work employes in shifts. London was a purchaser on balance to-day, particu? larly of Northern Pacific and Readings, and sold Union Pacific and Louisville. There wa...

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