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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 25 February 1899

THE NEWS FROM THE OLD NORTH STATE AND ITS CAPITAL RALEIGH NEWS LETTER City's Water Supply Charged With Sulphuric Acid. CONCERNING THE RAILROADS I'ropoiicil ? Impel in tho Mtnto Prison ?Itcprcsentativo? limited t'p l?y Si'rf cant at Armi t> Aiisuti- h ??Cnll of Iii? 11 a ii i' " i h o Now I'IhIi Law introduced by Mr. win Hants, of Darlc. (Special to Vlrglnian-Pllot.) Raleigh, N. C\, Feb. 24.?Col. Julian S. Carr, of Durham, gives $200 to the Old Folks Home, which Is to be estab? lished bete. It will be an enlargement of the present one and the Inmates will not bo confined to Raleigh people. To-day, the loud, complaints about the presence of sulphuric acid In the city water continuing, the water was drawn from the pipes. The water company Will have to relay Its pipes, ?which have for ten years passed under the sulphuric ucld works. A lire in 1S!>3 destroyed several hundred tons of the acid and the ground is saturated with it. It is proving very injurious to boiler...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 25 February 1899

PORTSMOUTH LOCAL NEWS AND ADVFRTI.c;fmfmtq PORTSMOUTH ?ND NORFOLK COUNTY What Virginian-Pilot Rep? resentatives Hear Daily. BRIEF ITEMS OF INTEREST Iho .Movements or I'eoplo la Wuom Ibe Aver.'CK Reader la Infer* ealcU?Happening* in Bas? loess, Jtcllgcoua mill Noclnl ?Ir Clcs?Jk Forecast of Fniuro Kreuts. Yesterday morning a gentleman from Norfolk came riding up High street on a bicycle at a fair rate of speed. When he reached the corner of Washington and High streets his attention was at? tracted by somebody, and before lie knew It he had run Into a pile of stones In front of the Catholic Church, and Was thrown violently to the ground, skinning his face and blackening one uf his eyes. He returned to his home. Captain W. H. Harnes, deputy clerk of the Norfolk County Court, was at ills desk yesterday. He is still quite feeble. William Jones and Andrew Wntkins. two colored oystermen, who have been locked up In the Poeosin river by the Ice for over two weeks, arrived "home yesterday wit...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 25 February 1899

(CONTINUED.) SPECIAL MEETING. Seaboard and Roanoke R, R. Co. Office Portsmouth. Va., Feb. 1, 1S93. AT THE REQUEST OF STOCK holdera holding: more than one-tenth of the capital stock of this company, a Bpeclal meeting of stockholders will be held at the office of the company In Portsmouth Va.. on TUESDAY, the 7th day of Mar?h next, at 10 o'clock a. m. By order ot tho President. WM. W. CHAMBERLAINS. fe2-td Secretary. SPECIAL MEETING. By a resolution of the Board of dlrec tors.a spectol meeting of the stockholders of the KALEHJH AND GASTON RAIL? ROAD COMPANY will be held at tho of? fice of the company, In Raleigh, N. C on WEDNESDAY, tho 8th day ot March. 1899, at 10 o'clock a. m. J. M. SHERWOOD, Secretary. Portsmouth, Va., February 8th, 1S99. fe22-td SPECIAL MEETING. A special meeting of the stockholders Of the RALEIOH AND AUGUSTA AIR LINIE RAILROAD COMPANY will be held at the office of the company, In Ral? eigh, N. C. on WEDNESDAY, tho 8th day of March next, at 11 o'clock a. m. By orde...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 25 February 1899

REVIEW OF MARKETS FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL Stocks, Honey, Exchange, Bonds, Grain, Cotton, Provisions, Etc. New York, Feb. 24.?Stock quotations to-day were decidedly Irregular, and the movement was In some Respects a counterpart of yesterday. Prices open led favorably for the bull? In a number of 6tocks. the Industrials and the spe? cialties being prominent. Subsequent? ly values moved alternately down and up, leaving the not changes mixed with losses averaging- a point In prominent railways, accompanied by some sensa? tional advances among the specialties. The dispatch from the American naval commander in the Far Fast, requesting the presence of a battleship for politi? cal reasons, was considered possible of an unfavorable Interpretation, but the rout of a body of Filipinos by the American army In a measure offset the advices. London, after some firmness, was a seller on balance. The interna? tional shares were generally fraction? ally higher in the early dealings, while the advanc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 26 February 1899

iuiiiMimiuiiuuiuutuiMumuiuimiuua ] WEATHER FORECAST FOR Tff-DAY P ] NORFOLK AND VICINITY? ? Rain; warmen brisk northeast winds. nnitmr? 1S<>!>. SIXTEEN v \<; KS. i'HTCK THREE CENTS. CEB? SURRENDERS TO THE PETREL Progress of tlie War in the Philippines. SUSPECTED HOUSES RAIDED Filipinos Made Prisoners by Military Police ? ?'Ire Insnrnnco Clnlnw rtie itis Battleship Oregon Will ?... to llcnry r.t Itlniiltn ? Wovor? ?Igntjr of United ntnies r:stnbii<itic<l ai Cfton-Sitnotion Improving;. (By Telegraph to Virglnlan-Pliot.) Manila. Feb. 25.-3:54 p. m?The military police have raided bcv< ral s\is Itcctcd houses In various districts, cap? turing small bodies <>r twenty t" thirty prisoners in each pla< e. This and the ~> o'clock ordinance is effectually dis? pelling the fears ??f the threatened out? break of natives, who do not dare, singly or colloctlvi ly, :?>...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 26 February 1899

WANTED. .__ XNTED-A FIRST-CLASS PUR nlshlng Goods Salesman; none hut experienced ono need apply. THE HUB, 87? Main street._U WANTriO?BY A YOUNG LADY, with ?onio experience, position as Stenographier and Typewriter. STENO., care V. & P. P. Co._fc20-lt_ A'NTB5?755 SKLU ALLi OF MY Household Furniture In ?. boarding IvouBe thutls well established and '.11 good condition: sell cheap for cash: vacate at oneo; Call on 1J. B. M., 4'Jl K. MAIN 8t., ctty._ fcas-st* Ol / l?"hif V1*1"- STORIES AND PO ??Jti* JLHJemS; fiend for particulars to the leading 6-cent magaxlne-*THE GRAY GOOSE, Cincinnati, O._It* AN EXPERIENCED ENGINEER, with good references, none other need apply. ST. VINCENT'S HOSPITAL. fc::.-st LADY. WITH TWO CintiDREN. would manage boarding houso ?.>r wld owir'i family In return i >r board, Ad? dress &HtS. A. J. P., iare Virginian Pi? lot, fo20-3t AWTBD-BY A YOUNG LADY, A few hours" of Stenographic work; can furnish references, It require...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 26 February 1899

WEATHER REPORT. Washington, February 23.?Forecast for Sunday: Virginia?Increasing cloudiness, pro bably rain; warmer; fresh to brisk easterly winds. North Carolina?Rain; warmer; brisk to high easterly winds. Nortoltc nuit * leliilty. WEATHER FORECAST FOR TO? DAY. Rain; wanner; brisk Northeast winds. TEMPERATURE. RAINFALL AND HUMIDITY. _February 23. 1S30. Maximum temperature. 44 Minimum temperature. ti2 Normal temperature . 47 Departure from normal.minus a Departure since Jan. 1st.minus I3t> Rainfall In past 24 hours. u Rainfall Bince 1st of month.4.31 Mean humidity. 84 CALENDAR. Gun rloes, C:tt'J n. m. Sets, S:67 p. m. TIDES. Norfolk: High water, 0:27 a. m., 9:31 p. m. Low water, 3:22 a. m., 3:11 p. m. Old Point: High water. 9:0ti a. in.. 0:20 i>. m. Low water, ;i:0l a. m., 3:23 P. m. niitn, KKl.T.INtKK. At 1 o'elo-k p. m., the 86th day of Pebruary, st the residence of bis father, 153 Duke street, C. W. KBL 1,1 NO Bit. Jr., in tho 34th year of his age. Jits fun...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 26 February 1899

VIRGINIAN - PILOT. -BT THE? VIRGINIAN AN1> PILOT PUBLISHING COMPANY. 10R. OLK VIRGINIAN AND DAILY PILOT. (Consolidated March. 1S0S.) Entered nt the rostofflce at Norfolk, ,Vu., a.-> second-class mutter. OFFICE: PILOT UUII.DING, CITY IIa;.'. AVENUE. norfolk. va. OFFICERS: A. IL GRANDY, President: Id. GLENNAN. VIcc-Presldent; \V. s. WILKINSON. Treasurer; JA.MKS 13. AL? LEN, 8trcretary. HOARD OF DIRECTORS: A. H. Grandy M. Glennan, L. 1). Starke. Jr., J'. tv. Shclton. It VV. bliuluce. James E. Allen, o. Donovan. tiiiu.i: ?i..x ra PGR cor v. subscription rates: The VIRGINIAN-PILOT Is delivered to subscribers by carriers In Norfolk and vicinity Portsmouth, Berkley, Suffolk. .West Norfolk. Newport News, fjr 10 cents per week payable to the carrier. By mail, to any place in Ute United States, postage free; DAILY, omo year ?? W Sft.OI) - ntx month* - m ? S ?0 Hires ninulln ? ? 1.?O " snr in,.oiii ? ? ? ??O ADVERTISING RATES: Advertise? ments insertro at the rato ot T."i...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 26 February 1899

SOCIETY ENDORSES THE DOG SHOW Bill Gossette Chimes in With the Four Hundred THE GREEN EYED MONSTER A;rntl IMlllOROplier's I.onrucd I>lt,qul?.l?? lion on llnvy ? Tells Uncle Zob Kol to Worry on Account of Jcal mity or Oilier* ? Old linrKpj'N I'uiqno ??impiaiiic ? vioi?niititles ami Diversities or Ilmiinu Nature. OG Bhows, HUc I horso shows, arc becoming very pop? ular. In fact, any? thing thai society autographs on tin; back bounds into I high life like ? small boy shooting Sp tii> from n spring* *i board, and I want put In my lorscmcnt right 1} V ' 'I ? aow. 1 not:. C that >*--'. yi*Jjf s mir very line la? dies are exhibiting some very superior | i-J&nlncs In tho New York show, ami V hile some of them are spoken of as I "beauties," the newspaper illustrations don't strike me that way. However, everybody don't see pictures1 tho same way, be. ause I was told that tho cut ?if myself in last Sunday paper was a| beautiful llattery. I didn't th...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 26 February 1899

?^^^sj^{^fasi_\^|^^?air?ar-alf~alr-al--?lr-al~-al;?s \:?s i.?a I,?a l"?? \.?\r?Ir??\.-?a If?5 L?a \r-s L?5 Ir^a l(?5 MILLER, B HO ADS & CO., NORFOLK'S BUSY STORE, OPEN UNTIL 6 O'CLOCK. MILLER, RHOADS & CO.. NORFOLK'S BUSY STORE. OPEN UNTIL 6 O'CLOCK. SPECIAL?Bleached Sheets, 2'1 yards bv 2}i, made of an extra heavy round thread ol cotton. These Sheets have always sold at $1.25 per pair, as long as they last, and .-s many as you want, 93c per "air. Positively the heaviest Shcilin town fjr the money. ta New Silk Petticoats. In our Silk Petticoat Department it is from maker to wearer. 'I hat is one of 1 the reasons lhat prices cannot be dupli? cated?one of the reasons why our styles are never seen elsewhere- -one of the reasons why you receive those dis- | linctive ttyles that I stand alone j for real Silk Petticoat magnifi? cence. This week one hundred Silk Skirts to select 'from* Plain Taf? feta Skirls In Cerise, French Bltic, Burnt Orange, Black, Black and Wh...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 26 February 1899

WATT. RETTEW & CLAY. WATT. RETTEW & CLAY. Store Closes Promptly at 6 P. f*l.; Saturdays, iO. THERE'S A DIFFERFINCE BETWEEN CORSETS HADE EXACTLY RIGHT AND THOSE HADE riCRELY TO SELL. W ATT. RETTEW & CLAY. WATT. RETTEW a ClaAY. of Tailor=made Suits, Silk and Wash Waists and Separate Skirts. Wish \vc could find words strong enough to emphasize our determination to make Watt's The Ladies' Suit SI <. of Norfolk! We have been planning for months for the new-season's wants. We are in closest touch with New York's pre-eminent tailors and, in many instances, are their sole representatives for this section. Their garments are to be had only of us. Exclusive styles make suit buying here infinitely more to your liking than choosing from common-place styles that find lC they .?: ? showing in every other store you sei foot in. Juage our Suit show from any standpoint. Judge it by its excellence. Judge it by its novelty, Judge it by the si I ishness of...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 26 February 1899

CONGRESS DRAWING TO A CLOSE Three Appropriation Bills Yet to Pass. ARMY REORGANIZATION TALK Jerry Kinipson nnUrs Mr. Cannon (lie Victim ol' a I'nii ? Lively IlUrus ?Inn I'ro iiu<l foil? Mr. Uronvenor ChnrccH i rc!i?i<ii ?Mennlor C.ormtiii Kiibiutt? i? Proposition Nitlriulsli For Opportunity li> Vote. (By Telegraph to Virginian-Pilot.) Washington, Fob. 25.?Owing to the pressure of business, the House met at 11 o'clock to-day. Mr. Henderson (Republican, Iowa) stated to the House that on account of tbe great amount of public business to be disposed of during the remainder of the session. It was desirable that the House meet hereafter at ll o'clock. Three appropriation bills were yet to pass the House. Bald he, and but three had gone to the President. An order to meet at 11 o'clock was made. ARMY APPROPRIATION BILL. The House then went Into committee of the whole and resumed the consid? eration of the Army Appropriation bill. General debate, closed yeste...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 26 February 1899

Coinmeii-d in tint? HiglbL?sst Vii^KiwLian.-I^ilot9^ MMBssIsb^ '^sa^^-Mote What These Educators Have to Say_?c?k. r LITERARY CLUBS. Your "Home Study Circle" scheme oC instruction is an admirable Plan for popularizing literature. The mosses can, in this way, become familiar with the interesting topics you have an nounccd and with the best Known authors of tho day. I think It will result in the organization of literary clubs by those who have not given much attention lo the sub? ject, and tho Virginian-Pilot will bo then a dally text book. M. is. WHARTON, }} Pastor Freemason St. Baptist Church r look forward to it. "I take much interest In the series of Articles which the Vlrglnlan-Pilot pro? poses to publish. The 'Home Study Circle' will no doubt he of much in? terest and benefit to the public. 1 look forward with pleasure to the nppcar nnco of these studies and will be Kind to call the attention of my pupils to them. MARY RANDOLPH, "Teacher of English, "Norfolk Collogo tor Young Lad...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 26 February 1899

?f? ? -ffl? 1 ^ BUY Y o TLY'S Famous Fabrics, and the Celebrated GOLD MEDAL s (every yard guaranteed). Also COURTAULD'S All-Silk Water prooi Crapes. The newest designs in Fancy CREPONS all are to be found at W Ii >9 4: o 1 I 1 1 Hit? 1^1 i A fM EISA/ RHONE 822 UiUlUUllUUlUUluiiimiinnninniiinrc TUB BORDER STATES Their Attitude in War and in Politics, Itlilorr Recalled to Bilm!-TM vldeil l':> in 111 <-? Won Famo on Either Nldo In ilio War Belweeu ibe Hintes?Nil? unllou 1 ii .MI*?ourl mid Kotltuolij. [Cor. Now York Evening Tost.] The recurrence uf the birthdny ot Ijlncoln, a product <>f one ol our bor? der Stales as a reminder that the at? titude of theso States in war and in politics is one of tho permanently inter? esting features of American history. The civil war experiences of Missouri, Kentucky and Maryland furnish a large sbare of the romance ot' that struggle. And our present politics, thirty-four years after Apporhattox, h...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 26 February 1899

OUR RICHMOND MEWS LETTER Fourth Regiment Will Re? turn From Cuba. THEY ARE ANXIOUS TO LEAVE Willie. Kpp? nii? nnimiol IloiUnn Coufcsi .11 ordering I n\\ l< r ltd used to Arocpt I'nrdon -Tlio Trlnl or carter?Kxflmlnlns Wit. iicr.Moi In fllO Third Trlnl - I*?thoii iiI niter*. (Special to Virginian-Pilot.) Richmond, V;>.. February 25.?A tele? gram from Washington to-day an? nounces that the Fourth Virginia Regiment will be ordered home next month. Congressman Lamb has been assured by Secretary Alger that this \vl!l be done. The regiment will return to this country in time to avoid the deadly rainy season. Secretary Alger docs net say that the regiment will be mustered out, nor did he Indicate the point to which It will he ordered. There are no means ot knowing whether it Is the Intention of this department to muster out the regiment at an early date. It Is not InVprobablc that an effort will be even? tually made to compel the muster-out of the regiment. There is a...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 26 February 1899

RALEIGH NEWS BUDGET Anxious to Purchase State Railway Stocks, PROPOSITIONS SUBMITTED Oloro 'Hum Fifty CotimlcH Authorized to Levy Special Taxes-Itond ltn* proTrmcnl-CUarlOtte IIMpeiiniiry tun Defeated?Local opiuinu i.icc llou lu Burtio County?Will Ellmu untn iimi Ori ii u inc Water. [\ j (Special to Virclnian-Pllot.) Raleigh, X. C, Fob. US.?Tho small? pox case here lias boon released by l>r. Renn, who took charge of it voluntar? ily. The patient is yet quarantined. The rase has been well managed. W. J. Edwards, who wishes in buy the State's stock in tho Atlantic and North Carolina Railway, tolls mo be has $100,000 in bank hero as a 'guaran tee. and thai he will give $300,000 for the stock, at the same time putting up nlso $100,000 that the road will he ex? tended: $100.000 that it will not he sold or leased to any competing line. Or, he says, lie will give $.VX>.noo fur (ho road flat and no questions asked, that Is unconditionally. It appears that there Is some...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 26 February 1899

Deputies de Roulede and Habard Change Prisons, l'rocrraalst Republicans Vrgo ltr> (nrmi lu I'nrlliuentnry Cnstom? iiikI it Return to Traditions ?I i in in and Unmbollni (By Telegraph to Vlrglanlan-Pllot.) Paris, Fr-h. 25.?Deputies (le Roulode nnd Hubert were taken to-day from the prison de La Santo to the olllcea ot the League t>C Patriots, where further police searches were made In their presence. A great number of Thursday's rtot Prs were sentenced this afternoon to u tew days' imprisonment. JtKTl'RN TO TRADITIONS ADVO? CATED. Paris, Feb. 25.?M. Mellne, the former premier, presided to-day at a meeting bf the Progressist Republicans, refer? red to the gravity of the present sit? uation for Prance and the Republic, and urged reform in parliamentary cus? toms and a return to the traditions of U'hlers and Gumbctta. M. CONSTANS' CANDIDACY. London. Feb. -t>.?The Paris corres? pondent ot the observer says that M. Constnns, who was recently appointed Frenc...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 26 February 1899

PORTSMOUTH AP ?ORFOLK COUNTY What Virginian-Pilot Rep? resentatives Hear Daily. BRIEF ITEMS OF INTEREST Jim .>loveuirut? of l-coplo lu Wliom Ihr- AT?r?ga ttciulcr In Innr illvtt-tlnppenliis? in ????gut?Buk? In, n?. lt?-li;;coum hihi Niiiial < lr lies a fr'urccitsl of liiniri' KTl llU. Mrs. W. F. Durfey, of Hnrrcllsvllle, N. C. is the guest of Mrs. T. D. Gat ling, on Comity street. Judge A. S. Walls, of/ tiio Hustings Com :, is confined to Iiis home, <m L'cn don street. L>y sickness. He hnpc:< to be able to'hold court to-morrovy morn? ing. Rev. I?. P.. Eggleston v.ill preach at Court Street Presbyterian Cliurch to? night at 8 o'clai k on tin- subject, "The &?ument After Death." The regular monthly meeting ?>f the Methodist Hun-lay School Association of Portsmouth und Norfolk c-vunty will bo lieM ni :;;:'-.i o'clock this afternoon ot Central M. E. Church. There nil be a Bpeclal program on this occasion. Arch...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 26 February 1899

(CONTINUED.) Tft?prffl? O?uuty Ferries -FOR Whereas, by virtue of Section 1"1 of tho Code or Virginia, edition 18S7, aa amended by an Act of iho General As nsi.lv of Virginia, approved February JSd J6'JK, the Council of the City of Ports? mouth und Hoard of Supervisors of Nor? folk County are authorised, If tlicy di era beht for tho interest of said city and county, itftcr advertising tho same tor thirty" days previous to tho d ly of lease, to lcu.se out the Ferries which now ply, by authority of law, botween the city of Portsmouth and Norfolk and Welhnfrion Point or Berkley, known as the Norfolk County Perries, nt public auction, to tho hifjhost bidder, for a term of ten years, upon such terms and conditions as Iho ?aid Council and Board of Supervisors shall determine, and may require bind or bonds ft oni the. lessee or lessees in such sum as they may deem best fur tho faithful performance of the terms of the lease, and with sureties deemed by them sufficient which bond or bonds sh...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 26 February 1899

FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL StocKs, Money, Exchange, Bonds, Grain, Cotton, Provisions, Etc. New York, Feb. 25?The market work? ed fractionally lower to-day on dealings of half a million shares during the short session. The Philippine situation continued to be used as a bear argu? ment with the professional element, which was largely in control of ihe market. There were various rumors otlont favorable to the Specialties, in? cluding Tobacco, Sugar, American Steel nnd Wire, International Silver and Third Avenue Railroad, but lacking "t confirmation. Insldi rs were said to have given assurances that the regular div? idend disbursement might l>o expected In Sugnr, and forthwith the stock rose over five points from the lowest. It was asserted that the Tobacco earnings were large, and that the company was back? ing those securing control of Ihe Cu? ban cigar making plants, but this was In a measure offset by denials from Un? ion Tobacco Company sources, that there be a consolidati...

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