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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 9 February 1899

r -._-_.- -.- ? s I ft f TP ft 0 i ft ?I? f ft i*i Conines Beginning Sunday February I. Popular Studies in European History. II. The World's Great Commercial Products. III. Governments of the World of To-day. IV. Popular Studies in Literature. V. The World's Great Artists. TRGINIAN-PILOT'S HOME STUDY CIRCLE has enlisted the co-operation of the most widely known educators "and literary and~scientific writers in its work. It places before newspaper readers the most valuable original lectures and lessons in attractive daily installments and so arranged as to form definite lines of study. The courses announced to begin are under the immediate direction of some of the foremost"scho!ars in the country. HISTORY: The course in European history will be published on Sundays; be? ginning February 20. CONTRIBUTORS TO THIS COURSE: Ed\vin A. Grosvenor, M. A., Professor of European History, College. Dana C. Munro, Ph. D., Professor of Mediaeval History, Univer? sity of Pennsylvania. George Emery F...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 9 February 1899

?I RESTORED IT Mill (Continued from First Page.) members of Company B, wore slightly wounded. Thirty dend Filipinos were counted In the brush, and there were many more wounded. DEWJSY'S GUNBOATS. The gunboats Concord ami Catlao kept up ah Ini essanl lire from this hay, the Concord dropping many shells In the town \\Ith tilling effect. In order to avoid nci hl< nt? from this Bourcc, Gene? ral Oils wns compelled to recall the Kansas battalion, after burning the outskirts of the town, lather the shells of the American warship's or the na? tives themselves fired a number of buildings within the town limits. Pre? sumably this was the result of the shelling. No further attempt to attack during the night was made by either side. FAVORABLE SPANISH COMMENT. The Spanish papers generally corn men I i'i favorable terms upon the ad? mirable order maintained in Manila. The Union Iberlcn sayst "We are satisllcd thai the Americans. who arc f< r the greater part volunteers, fou...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 9 February 1899

NEWS FROM RICHMOND AND OTHER PARTS OF VIRGINIA. SUPREME COURT OF APPEALS Decisions Handed Down at Richmond Yesterday. SEVERAL INTERESTING CASES I'ortytw/o t'uvcN Will He Heard lit llio .11 itrcti Term-- llmii'il ol MllltcrVlS pruofBIoulgoitiory County vs. Tul? IihiIm-a Nurloilt < nn' -l<)'i|c|ibnrc f'ngo- Wright vi, Independcure Nmioii.il itmiU. 'JTt; (Special to Virginian-Pilot.) Richmond. Vs., I-Vb. S.?A very im? portant case, decided by the Supreme Court of Appeals of YirK.mii to-day. was that of the Hoard of Supervisors of Montgomery county v.s. w. I'. Tal lant. The appellcee Is a merchant. His Invested capital was assessed by the Commissioner of the Revenue of Mont? gomery county. lie resisted payment on the ground that such taxation was Illegal in view of his having paid his license tax QS a. merchant. The ques? tion to be decided was. does the State assess with taxes tho capital employed by a merchant In his business? The opinion, which is exhaustive, an...

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

THE NEWS FROM THE OLD NORTH STATE AND ITS CAPITAL YESTERDAY IN RALEIGH Meeting of the State Board of Agriculture. ANNEX TO STATE MUSEUM KtitliiM ol Miinrrliiteniteul ofT'cniteu* ii.ii ? i? JPntr/.l.-' HiiiioyhI nf Hie \Tllaon(i-t'ishl oi Hie Itiillwnya Methodists lo KfttnbllMh nn <)r? pbnungeiii or Kcnrthe Cily-Tlic New lunnrmice I.nw. (Special to Virgin inn-Pilot.) "Raleigh, N. c, Feb. s.? This afternoon the Slate Hoard of Agriculture met in special session to award the contract for the construction of the extensive annex to the State Museum. It was the expectation that tHo cost of building Would he between Sl?.000 and S1S.000. Charles H. J. Taylor, colored, cx Kecordor Of Deeds of tho District of Columbia, lo-night delivered an ad? dress to the State Emancipation Asso? ciation. Taylor gave the negroes much good advice. Penitentiary Superintendent Day to? day offered the position of deputy war? den to William Ijlbdltter, who for years held it under Democratic rule. Dlbdi...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 9 February 1899

The Keely Motor But One of Many. Nailing n lMntuoiid Sllnc-Hovr Fitly I'ntindHol cciim IMnntod In Color? ado iiui-o iticii rmit?Adventure* ol au Amnion Alchemist. (San Francisco ChTOnlolo.) The sensational announcement that tliu Kcoly motor, tho promise of whose marvelous powers hat* for a score of years thrilled the expectant world, turns out to have been a fraud from beginning to end, as most people be? lieved it was, sustained by all manner of cunning devices, of which tho public has so far only received an inkling, calls to mind numerous notable decep? tions that havo from time to time been perpetrated upon our shrewd hard headed and astute modern civilization. The most daxxling swindle ever pcr petratetl upon a trusting public was launched in San Francisco on tho 1st of August, 1872, when IL went literally crazy with excitement over the an? nouncement made by men whose very names seemed to cany convincing proof of its reliability that diamond fields of inconceivable richness ha...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 9 February 1899

PORTSMOUTH LOCAL NEWS AME> ?DVERTISEMENTS PORTSMOUTH ?ND NORFOLK COUNTY What Virginian-Pilot Rep? resentatives Hear Daily. BRIEF ITEMS OF INTEREST 1 be illoTfinrnl* of I'conln la Whom Hip ATtrnso Keuder 1* Inlet* rated? Hap|>eiilii|r* in I,e?nl ?rtim Incas, Rellgeous rend Noclal cir? ri*-* A rorcriiiii of Fntnre Itciii*. ilr. II. K. Dorin, of tho firm of Po? lin Bros., merchant tailors and gents' furnishers, loft for an extended trip to Philadelphia and New- York yesterday to iiurchase .spring goods. Air. Dorin will be gone u week or ton days. Mr. Charles Howard, the well known painter, has accepted it position at the Government works in Port Royal, S. C. !!<? will have charge 61 the painting there. Mr. .lark Newbcrne, of Gertie, Nor? folk county, is reported ill at his home. Mr. fchnmett Adams is confined to his home by sickness. The congregation of Trinity Church will have an opportunity to-morrow night of hearing a trial performance of the Wilson ...

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

PORTSMOUTH ADVERTISEMENTS. __ _I Continued. | SPRING PERCRL6S i SPRING GINGHKMS! ?A LARGE ASSORTMENT TO BE PUT ON SALE? Thursday, February 9th, LATEST STYLES. _TERMS CASH THE 320 HIGH STREET. iT CUT ! In order to close out the balance of our Winter Stock, we will offer for tho next ten days, the following inducements: $3.90 for Men's Overcoats, worth $6.00. #6.90 for Men's Overcoats, both light and dark colors, worth $10.00. $3.90 for Men's Suits, worth $6.00. $?.90 for A\en's Suits, worth ,s10.00. $8.90 for Men's Suits, worth sk.00. All our 50j. Heavy Weight Underwear, now 39c. All our ,51.00 and $1.25 Heavy Weight Underwear, now 75c. BOYS' CLOTHING AT LESS THAN COST. MEN'S HATS AT A GREAT SACRIFICE. A special line of AAen's Black and Tan Hose 8c. worth l>c. NEW YORK CLOTHING CO, (THE LEADING HOUSE OF PORTSMOUTH ) 2H mom sTftHJ'JT. and have us show you recently improved e/CVCLES (hat arc absolutely perfect. Easy running;, strongly built and light in weight. These three e...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 9 February 1899

REYIEWOFMARKETS FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL StocKs, Money, Exchange Bonds, Grain, Cotton, Provisions, Etc. vt??- York Fob s.?stock prices clos eu^tronKwUk m?st stocks ru??.? above WiVrdav's closing, although tor the I r i, .-t of the forenoons Boston SiirP nn. weakness prevailed pructl Slly ?he entire list, partly ihe result M "he Impetus of yesterday's decline Lnndon bought and sohl alternately and n balance sold ?^out 20 000 shares, ft e carrying rates there Indicating a fan BUpply of st ? k. Practically all the lo? cal commission houses had realising or? ders at the op.-oing. n large part of which sales were apparently due to ex? hausted margins. Many stop loss or? ders u. re cnughl on the decline and a general level was reached of a point Slid ever in the railways and in some of tho specialties from two to tluoe points below yesterday. There was a drop of about 4 points In Great North? ern preferred. Pittsburg, C. C. and St. Louis and National Kiseuit, while Su? gar and American St...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 10 February 1899

US Page?; j IN TWO PARTS. \ ITTTTTTTT?TTT TTTTTTTTTTT. VOL. II?NO. 112. n V'lo'IUUiiuliMlUUllulllia.'llllUUl WEATHER FORECAST FOR TO-DAY NORFOLK. AND VICINITY? = Fair and a little warmer? frtsh ? west wind?. ?NORFOLK. VA., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 10. lSm?---T\VELvlTpAcTBi: THREE CENTS PER COPY. THE COMMISSION IS DISSOLVED Report in the Hands of the President. A VOLUMINOUS DOCUMENT Investigating Co in in Isaf on Fiudn mat tlic Vontlnet Of llic Wnr W'n* All ICIglll?Strictures ou Course ol Ueuernl Miles-A Uember Declares linn Report Does Wot Will I civil*. Ii ? .\ol hiiijr i:vn?lc?l or Giosieil Over. (By Telegraph to VIrglnlan-Pllot.) Washington, Feb. 8 -Tho report of. tho War InvcstlgntlnJr Commission Is in the bands of the President, and the com? mission Is dissolved. All of the mem? bers of the commission, including the secretary. Mr. Wrlghtman, and the re? corder. Col. Davis, met by appointment nt the White House at 4:60 o'clock this afternoon and wore nt once shown Into the Cabinet room,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 10 February 1899

w WANT^DL_ ? Asri^>~- :M <*oix>red mein at TT once tin canal work at Llttlo r-V.'ek Anniv on works to \V. A. ?lo cSmTJEK, The Degnon Mc-Uin Oon tttructioMjCV^_fc-10-..t? AYOUNG MAN WANTS POSITION is stenographer and bookkeeper; in give rcfcrenccS. Address, stating sal ur" b T. i>.. core Vlrglnlan-PUot. fV'J-lw*_ ^7 -WTED ?POSITION AS STKNOG W ' raphcr or assistant bookkeeper. Can furnish satisfactory reference Ad? dress A. F... this oflice._fc9-3f Vir-ANTlVn.-lN A PBW DAYS sev \V eral good ship carpenters that are accustomed to wooden vessel imlldlng. Address, stat'ng terms. G. HOFI' MAN, Wliliamsbur>^_Va._ fo9-3t IINTCD ? 35 GIRLS TO MAKE baskets; steady work: good wages. Applv to BAST BASKET FACTORY, corner Chapel and Calvcrt streets. Nor? folk, Va._fcl-10t WANTED ? EVERBODT TO DI7Y oer Teas Cogces. Every purchaser Is entitled to guess the number beans contained In a M.ison Quart Jar. The person guessing nearest will receive a...

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

WEATHER REPORT. WalHiTn^r^^ 1S99. Forecast for Friday: For Virginia?Fair; not so cold: fresh westerly winds. For North Carolina ? Increasing cloudiness; probably rain or snow in southwest portions; not so cold in ex? treme western portion; brisk northerly Winds. rVortolIt nuil VlclnHr. WEATHER FORECAST FOR TO-DAY. Fair and a little warmer; fresh west wind. CALENDAR. Sun rises, 6:59 a. m.; sets, 5:11 p. m. TIDES. Norfolk:?High water. 0:02 a. m.: 9:2G p. m. Low water. 2:44 a. m.; 3:10 p. m. old Point:?High water. S:41 a. m.: 9:05 p. in.; low water, 2:23 a. m.; 2:f,j p. in. METEOROLOGICAL DATA. Maximum temperature . 291 Minimum temperature . 1' Normal temperature . 41 Departure from normal .minus 22 Departure since January 1st ..plus n Rainfall in past 21 hours . T. Hainfall situ,. 1st of month .2.C4 Mean humidity . so J, J. GRAY, Observer. AMl'NIiH KKTN. y,t \ WV< li'S A4 AUK.MY OF.MUMItt, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, AND SAT UKDAY MATINEE, Feb. 10 and 11. ?The only One? J O 13 O '...

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

VIRGINIAN-PILOT. ?BY THE? VIRGINIAN AND i'll.uT PUBLISHING COMPANY. iGRioLK mmu and daily pilot. (Consolidated March, IMS.) Entered nt the Postofflce at Norfolk, Va.f a? tecond-clasa matter. OFFICE: P1IX)T BUII.D1NO. CITY HAUL AVENUE. norfolk, va. OFFICERS: A H. ?handy. President; M. GLEN NAN, Vice-President: W. S. Wilkinson. Treasurer; JAMKS K. AL? LEN Secretary. BOARD oi- DIRECTORS: A. H. Grandy. M Glennan L. D. Starke, Jr., T. \V. sin !ton. It \V. ShUltlce, James E. Alien, i). k. Donovan. I ii ItKK CK? I t PKK COPY, subscription rates: The VIRGINIAN-PILOT Is delivered to subscribers by carriers in Norfolk and v unity, poi istnuiuh. Ui-rkl.y. SutTollt. West Not folk, Newport News. for 10 cents per week, payable to the carrier. Ry iiiai!. to any place in tho United Slates, postas? tree: DAILY, on* rear - - - tj?.no als innnllu - a.00 " ihn i' moullia r - i.?o nnr ???<>?>iii ? ? ? .50 ADVERTISING RATES: Advertise? ments Inscrtca at the rate of Ti cen...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 10 February 1899

?BSQiMii?Vi 'Pure Baking Powder Makes the food more delicious and wholesome ftOVAl OAXINO POWOFR CO., NIK YORK. BRAMBLETOB WARD. Mr. T. C. Gale has boon confined to his residence, on Water avenue, for the past week with grip. Rev. Li. R. Christie lias returned from a pleasant visit to friends in Eastern North Carolina. Mrs. E- W. Kray, who has been very ill at her home, No. 1115 Eust Bramble ton avenue, for the past three weeks, is convalescing. Miss May Townsend, of Connecticut, Is visiting her cousin, Miss Lucy E. Townsend, of No. IIS North Park ave? nue. Tho Evergreen Social Club was or? ganized Wednesday night with a mem? bership of sixteen. The following offi? cers were elected for the ensuing year: President. H. V. Stokes; Vlce-Presl dent. P. jr. Sawyer; Secretary, A. L. Diggs; Treasurer, II. G. Buckwatcr. The object of the club Is to bring the young people of the ward together for social recreation and intellectual Im? provement. At the meetings of the Brambleton W. C. T. U. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 10 February 1899

OUR NATIONAL LEGISLATURE Supervising Architect of Treasury Criticised, DAY'S WORK IN THE SENATE Sir. Alton. <>r Ncbrnfckn, Dciionncce j Government Employment of Poo l>t?> who Kemler So Kqnlvatena in ?ittbor Mr.t'Unnlor, ot New iiitni|t. Mhlro. Replies A Koto of YVurulug Noitllileil In ilio Homm*. (By Telegraph ic v,rslnlan-Pllot.) Washington. Feb. 9.?Throughout Its* open session to-tluy the Senate had un? der consideration the legislative, exec? utive and judicial appropriation bill. A lively debate was precipitated over the appropriation f"t- the support of the of? fice of the supervising architect of the Treasury, anil that official was criti? cised fur the delay in the con? struction nf public buildings throughout the United States-. A sp.h nttide by Mr. Allen (Nebras? ka), lu which he commented unfavor nbly upon the methods of the appropri? ation committee, induced a rejoinder from Mr. Chandler (New Hampshire), Which resulted In :i sha...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 10 February 1899

NEWS FROM RICHMOND AND OTHER PARTS OF VIRGINIA. RICHMOND NEWS LETTER FavGr Election United States Senators by Popular Vote. WILL PRESENT LEGISLATURE People of Npotlnyl vimln Oppose CJriiiif Inur I'nrdou?He wikiics.cum? min ions on <>iio II unit red mid ICiclily 'i iiiiii?nuii ItollnrH? l.niv jots' .111iiiinnhi FeoM-Bnrerowletl on tlio Ico ? Ifillfod Stnte? Court. (Special to V|rglnlan-Pllot.) Richmond, Va., Feb. 9.?Governor Ty? ler Is Just at present In a quandary?a greater quandary than usual In such mutters?regarding the case of a mur? derer now serving an eighteen years sentence In the penitentiary. Ah.nit ten years ago D. ES. Pendlcton, a well known man ot Spottsylvanla county, killed his father-in-law. lie was tried und given eighteen years In the penitentiary. Recently I'cndleton made applicalon for a conditional par? don.- The Board of Directors of the penitentiary recommended that the pardon he Issued. Governor Tyler re? ferred the case to the Judge and...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 10 February 1899

THE NEWS FROM VIRGINIA CONTTNTIFD mnu PAr.c wna? ROANOKIi The Death of Mrs. Robert W. Harris, ivm T.n Ronte to Aabevlll? in Nenrcli of llenlth ? s>ii(i<tcn Dcnlli of u Traveling Mnu ?AililKlou to Kali. WHS Shops, Roanoke, Va., Fob. 0.?Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Harris and daughter, of Ctiarleston, W. Va., passed through Virginia Monday afternoon en route to Ashovillei N. C, where Mrs. Harris ex pccted to spend several months. The party arrived in L>ynchburg via the Richmond and Alleghany division of the Chesapeake and Ohio railway on the 1 o'clock train- Mrs. Harris seemed to be very weak and was unable to walk without assistance. They took the 4 o'clock train on the Southern rail road. ' Wednesday morning a telegram was i.Ived here stating that Mrs. Harris hhd died at Salisbury, and that the re? mains would be shipped to Charleston, W. Va., by way of Lynchburg. The announcement of her death was quite a shock to all the railroad people, among whom Mr. Ha...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 10 February 1899

THE NEWS' FROM THE OLD NORTH STATE AND ITS CAPITAL OUR RALEIGH NEWS BUDGET r . ? . Several Railways Chartered t?y the Senate. FROM THE GOVERNOR'S HANDS >"ew < ;>i;j]It of Ncollnnil Crontoil ? I'ciiltoiiUory-Sn.'ierlmeinlciilllny Aw'vlscd to -Xolil ok- ?? Hi" IMuco JmtT. >or?voo?i mil luapeneh? i'il-(lmnw(' *????*? in ibc .Ami Trust Hill- ?Mlier !h!??U?r?i. (Special to Vlnftnlan-Pllot.) Raleigh, N. C. Fob. 9.?A bill passed tin- Senate to-day declaring the South? ern railway duly Incorporated. Hills were Introduced in tin-- House to j Incorporate Hi" Capo Fear '.Terminal railway, tin- Burlington ami Southern railway ami the Salisbury und Fnyc.'to vllle Const Line railway. Hills were passed appropriating $!T. 000 annually to Ihe deal muto school nt Morganton, taking Hu? Atlantic and] North Carolina railway mit of Gov? ernor Russell's hands ami putting it In charge of the Democrats. NEW COUNTY CKEATEDi By n vote of 80 to 13 the House passed th...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 10 February 1899

F^?RTSlyiQUTH LOCAL NEWS AND Arwf"RTT<^frfi\!nr<^ PORTSMOUTH AND NORFOLK COUNTY What Virginian-Pilot Rep? resentatives Hear Daily. BRIEF ITEMS OF INTEREST 1 in> Movement? <>r I'eople in whom ?lio Arcmiio It?'U<ler In laier? ettted?lluppeiiliiff* >>i l.egnt?Una lurss? llellgeous itnti KocImI t'tr? cli'm A I'nrrvuat of Iiuuro Measles arc becoming quite prevalent again. Yesterday morning was the coldest one of tots winter. There was plenty skating during the May and the small boy enjoyed it. Rev. .Mr. Beadles, 1? netor of Central M. B. Church, was on the street yester? day for the first lime In ion days, hav? ing been confined to his home by sick? ness. The Monumental Epworth League will hold Its devotional meeting to? night. The subject for discussion is "Idle in the Mail;.': Plnoc." The meet ing will l).- I'd by Miss Louise Ernest. The condition <>f Mr.. 13. N*. Grunt was muc...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 10 February 1899

PORTSMOUTH LOCAL N&WS AND ADfERTISEMLhlfS. _Continued. lira de? ion m limns Tee that Washington hewed down made Washington senior as full of wrath as you will be at yourself when your prop? erty is destroyed by fire, and you have no source of compensation, such as you would have had In a good fat policy on the Aetna Ptro Insurance Company that wo had drawn up In such a clear and concise manner as would cnablo you to rebuild quickly. E. _.. D?SHIELL, Agent Seaboard, Hartford, Orient and Aetna Fire Insurance Oompan'es, 410 CRAWFORD STREET. SPRING PERC?LGS I SPRING CIMGHKMSI ?A LARGE ASSORTMENT TO BE PUT ON SALE? Thursday, February 9th, LATEST STYLES. __TERMS CASH^_320 HIGH STREET._ TTJEIl^ LAST CUT! . In order to close out the balance of our Winter Stock, we will offer for the next ten days, the following inducements : $3.90 for Men's Overcoats, worth 56.00. 56.90 for Men's Overcoats, both light and dark colors, worth 510.00. 53.90 for Men's Suits, worth 56.00. 5^.90 for M...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 10 February 1899

REVIEW OF MARKETS FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL Stocks, Money, Exchange Bonds, Grain, Cotton, Provisions, Etc. New York, Feb. 9.?Stock prices ad? vanced except tor periods ot the tem porary hesitation pretty generally un? til the last quarter ot an hour when professional pressure left many ciliares only slightly above- yesterday. Com? mission houses wtie said to have ev? il*.: s to buy liberally if the market, at the opening, was weak. As it was, many commission house custom? ers were disposed to repurchase Slock recently sold. Chicago houses were credited with being sellers, while purchases and sales for foreign account were about even. Large oper? ators were said to have purchasing orders'in their specialties and traders bought tor a nun. There was sonib evening up of accounts bath ways, in anticipation of the holidays on Satur? day and Monday. The advance brought p'rlces up about a point in many instances, which was exceeded In some cases. There was a recession in prices, which was di...

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