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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 7 March 1899

Makes the food more delicious and wholesome ?OY?i BAKiKo Pg*csn co., wtw vonx. BRIEF ITEMS OF INTEREST, .Mr. P. H. "Lamb, of Waverly, was in the city yesterday. Mr. E. W. Parker, of Smlthfield, spent Sunday with friends in our city, stopping at Hotel Norfolk. Mr. Charles C Freeman, of Rose mead. N. C, was In Norfolk on busi? ness Mr. George Henderson, of Raleigh, Is here on business. Mr. C. Eugene Hlnnlon, of Richmond, Is at the Montlcello. Mr. and Mrs. John A. Harham, of London, were In the city yesterday. Mr. John F. Push, a well-known commercial traveler of New York, is in tho city. Mr. D. D. Dyer, of Newport News, was In the city yesterday on business Mr. F. Gwlnn und wife, of Richmond, spent Sunday In the city. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. F. Klsoffcr. of Rod Hook, New York, spent Sunday at the j Montlcello. A butcher's wagon was run Into on i Enst Main street yesterday by :t trol-' ley car, but no one was hurt nnd I neither vehicle seriously injured. Norfolk United Royal Arch Chapter of Ma...

Publication Title: Virginian-Pilot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 7 March 1899

FILIPINOS II) BE CRUSHED (Continued from First Page.) the Uocanos, who nsscrt their dcslro to assist In conquering the Tagalos, if furnished with arms. The following order has been Issued regarding the movements of trans? ports: TO SAIL. FOR HOME. The Arizona will sail for San Fran? cisco, via Hong Kong, with all the side, on March 9th; the Newport, via Nagaskl, Japan, with all the returning Officers und their wives, on March 10; tho Scandla, via Nagaskl, with ills charged soldiers, on March 11, and the Morgan City, via Nagaskl, on March 12. ' AMERICANS AMBUSHED. Manila. March 6.?The rebels have been concentrating In the vicinity of tho reservoir. To-day a i>utrol of Company G, Second Oregon Volunteers, was taken in ambush Two men wen wounded, but the Oregonlans held their ground under a heavy lire until the re? mainder of the comnany< assisted by two companies ot the First Nebraska Regiment, flanked the enemy, killing thirty and.wounding several more. Two battalions of the Tw...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 7 March 1899

DEATHS ARD FUNERALS MRS. WT. S. THOMAS. The death of Mrs. Margaret S. Thomas, wife of Mr. E. T. Thomas, at tier home, No. 112 Clalborne avenue, Sunday night, at 7:45 o'clock, was learned with sorrow by her mauy friends In ttils city yesterday. She had "been 111 for sometime and hopes were entertained for her recovery un? til Sunday, when It was se'.Mi that she was sinking last. She was a lady of most exemplary life, and bore her pro? tracted illness with fortitude and Chris? tian resignation. Her husband, son and two brothers, Messrs. V. C. and J. Ar? nold Dolby, survive her. The obsequies will bo held from the residence ut 'i o'clock this afternoon. MKS. NANCY STEPHEN. ?Mrs. Nancy Stephen, wife of Mr. Hubert Stephen, died at her home on Wood street yesterday morning at 6:20 o'clock after a lingering illness, in the O?th year of her age. Before her re? cent sickness, Mrs. Stephen was an earnest and active worker in the First Baptist Church, from which her fun oral will take place ut...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 7 March 1899

NEWS FROM RICHMOND AND OTHER PARTS OF VIRGINIA RICHMOND NEWS AND GOSSIP Great Storm Swept Over the kO!d Dominion. JAMES RIVER AGAIN RISING Deitrncilon or I'ropcrly Reported ? Trnfllc Obstrnctort-Tlio GoTornor Will Return To-Morrow ? Vojeis biro i rom BtncUaburjr?Tue Henr RllgtiiiMt .Xcimpnpcr Dien ?Rot* c. A. Mnrk?) ul First Latuernn Cbnrch (Special to Virginian-Pilot.) Richmond, Va., March 6.?For the second time within three 'weeks the James river Is again In a state of flood. The water began rising about noon yes? terday, and has been rising until 6 o'clock this afternoon. It is not falling yet, but it will probably begin to go down before to-morrow. The entire lower portion of the city Is submerged. Little damage has been done, as there ?WQ9 notice of the rise, and those who resided on the water-front got their property out of reach of the tide. The track of the James river divis? ion of the Chesapeake and Ohio rall wuy was in many places submerged. The eastbound passenger train ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 7 March 1899

The news from the old north state and its capital [ALEIGH MEWS LETTER lans of the Land Grabbers Thwarted. \M WORK GREATLY DELAYED |c?BberlflrHarper, of Grocuo, l>rml ? Hciiaiar r.-n< iinni For Governor Next Yonr -Xccru Normal .School* Consolidated-.Seunlor Untier For Fnrncliiso Alueiidmciie ? S. A. I.. Purchase. (Special to Virginlnn-Pilot.) |Ralclgh, N. C, March C?At the AK (JUltural Department it is said that farmers have not been able to do y work at all tills year, and that they e six weeks behind hand. Farmers nflrm this statement. It Is really an d condition of affairs and may cause 3uble. The ground is so saturated th water that many wclis which, two ars ago were almost dry, are now al ost running over. Lower wells are ac ally overflowing. News reached here to-day of tie ?ath of cx-Sherift Luby Harper, In I jrecne county. He was widely known] that part of the Slate. PRITCHARD FOR GOVERNOR. Irhc Republicans are talking quite Icely now about Senator Prltchard Jlng their p...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 7 March 1899

PORTSMOUTH LOCAL NEWS AND ADX/P. F?Ti^F^/iFrix.TI PORTSMOUTH ?ND NORFOLK COUNTY What Virginian-Pilot Rep? resentatives Hear Daily. BRIEF ITEMS OF INTEREST H?o Movement* at People lu ft liotn (tie Avcriiso Iteutler 1? Inter rftlrit ?Ilap]ietilii^? In I.cjjut--Itin Itiess, Ilellgcuu? nntl NoclM ? lr? t'lrn ? A ron ciut or Inline I vents. Tho City Council will hoM their reg? ular monthly meeting to-night. North Carolina smoked herrings, commonly called "robins," have made their appearance In market and are selling tor 40 cents per bunch. Mr. John Mlnter is critically ill at his home on Court street. Mr. Sisterly was fined $?_? yesterday in the Police Court for disorderly con? duct. There were si rvices at the South Street Baptist Church nearly all day Sunday?Sunday school and preaching In the morning, 13. Y. P. U. meeting and Sunbeam meeting In the afternoon, and .services at night. Capt. Morgan, In Sunday's Issue, ad? vertised for a lost ring. Yesterday a gentlemen called him and said...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 7 March 1899

PORTSMOUTH LOC?L" NEWS |M ADVERTISEMENTS. _ ,_ _ Continued. STOCK MUST BE SOLD BY APRIL 1st. Great Sale Of Boots and Shoes ut and Below Cost, To Close Business. EVERYTHING IN THE WAY OF FOOTWDAR MUST HE SOLD AT THE TIME NAMED. WB WOULD ADVISE ETVBRYONE TO CALL EARLY AND GET THEIR PICK. WE WILL SELL OUR STOCK AS A WHOLE AT A RE? DUCED PRICE. THIS WOULD BE A SPLENDID INVESTMENT FOR ANY? ONE OR EOR. THOSE WHO SHOULD LIKE TO ENOAGE IN THE SHOE BUSINESS. l*. o. long &t son. mni-im 219 HIGH STREET, PORTSMOUTH, VA por s75l-0___^ Jfjargo houso. Chestnut street extended; large house, Glasgow Btreet corner; double house, large lot Sixth street; vacant lot Sixth street: large house Chestnut, carnor Ortfiln; double nauco London street extended; 2 nice lots on Crawford street; largo house.on Oiawl'ord street; nice press brick houso, Dlnwlddio strlcet; 2 nice residences ah Washington street: houso Hart street, all conveniences; nice houso, 9 rooips, hath, etc.. Hatten street; 5 chalea lot.s H...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 7 March 1899

REVIEW OP MARKETS FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL Stocks, Money, Excbange, Bonds, Grain, Cotton, Provisions, Etc. Now York, March C.?Friers dropped steadily to-day on some moderate re? stricted dealings, pratically affording the bears another level from which to attack prices. With some exception hading shares opened below Satur? day's close. London sohl some 12,000 shares on balance and arbitrage houses made purchases in London before our opining and sold here. Speculation wa.s purely professional, and much was made of the firmness of money, which at one time touched 3Vs for call loans, at which price il closed. The "best au? thorities" were quoted as terming the money Hurry as only a "Hash in the pan." The Improvement In demand for money In She dry goods and other linos of trnde, together with the preparations to finance the Central Pacific settle? ment with the government, the Chi? cago and Alton deal and some indus? trial combinations wer?' responsible for the Improved tone, it was arg...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 8 March 1899

^rTTTTTTTTTTTTT TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT11^ ^^^^^ '^^l^^^^''^^^'^^^^^^'^^^'^^^' '^"^ ^ >' /'^?^''^ ^^^^^ COrlliri^ WClUrly. ' VOli, II?NO. 134, NORFOLK, VA., WEDNESDAY, MAKCH S, 1899?TWELVE PA(iEs7 THREE CENTS PER COPY. THE WAR IN THE PHILIPPINES continuous Desultory Fight? ing With Loss ol Life. FLAG OF TRUCE VIOLATED Attempt or Filipino* to Gain Acrc?k to.llitulln Waicr Worltn Foilctl ami Hl'UVy I.Iis? : ii flic let! 8 pen TtiriM A mm i i e u n 'I >00|ll ( Inulni; the Country-Protection to Lives a ml l'loprrty ol Foreign Kesltloniii. fPy Telegraph to Vlrclnlan-PIIot.) Manila, March 7.-12:10 P. M.?A de? tachment of General Hole's and Gener? al YVheaton's brigades were engaged for two hours this morning, clearing the country In front of their lines on I), th sides of the river, the enemy con? centrating with the apparent purpose of cutting off the garrison at the water works. Tho rebels bolted at the first sign of the advance, but they separ? ated into small bodies and kept ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 8 March 1899

WANTTED._ Wanthd. '^youno man. 23. de elros position of somo kind; nine years' experience In general ofllco work and assistant bookkeeping; at present temporarily employed with responsible Norfolk firm; can glvo best of references. Address II. S. C. caro Vlrglnian-lMlot Publishing Co., City Halt avenue-. mhS-lw_ ?VT? ANTED. - AP.tist ON CRAYON YV nnd pastels: none but a strictly first-class worker need address only J. A. WALK, Hotel Norfolk._mh7-3t? aT7t"1"JD ?' a WOMAN HAIR dresser woo understands treatment of scalps, to come twlco a week to resi? dence: also address of masseuse. R. B., yirglnian-Pllot ofllce._ _mli7-3t ANTED ? IVY EX PERI E NC El") Stenographer, Typewriter and Book-keeper, employment afternoons and evenings. Address Pox KOI. _iiioil?3t-_ ANTED?A RELIABLE HOY TO tuko charge of Soda fountain: no small boy n< d apply. TROTTER'S PHDO STORK._mehr.-3t AGENTS WANTED. ANTED?*? AGENTS IN EVERY town to take orders for niade-to order clothing: no experience necessary; spl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 8 March 1899

WEATHER REPORT. "Washington, D. C, March 7.?Fore? cast for Wednesday: Virginia?Fair: high northwesterly winds, slowly diminishing. North Carolina?Fair: slowly rising temperature In the western and south? ern portions; fresh to brisk northerly winds. 1 Norfolk nuil Vicinity. WEATHER FORECAST FOR TO? DAY. Fair and cold; northwest winds, be cr-mlng westerly. TEMPERATURE, RAINFALL AND HUMIDITY. Maximum temperature . I'll Minimum temperature. it Normal temperature . 46 Departure from normal .minus 23 Departure since Jan. 1st ....minus 132 Rainfall in past 24 hours.34 Rainfall since 1st of month.3.12 Mean humidity . 71 CALENDAR. Sun rises, 6.25 a. m.; sets, fi:0G p. m. TIDES. Norfolk: High water, 6:09 a. m., 0:34 p, m. Low water. 0:00 a. m? 12:20 p. in. Old Point: High water. 5:48 a. in., 6:13 p. m. Low water. 1L39 a. m.. 12:n.~> p.m. i:i( i>. MAGOON.-At tho residence of her daughter, Mrs. O. A. Stoneman, Front ?troot. Atlantic- City ward, Mrs. MA TJLDA M1AOOON aged SI years. Fauier...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 8 March 1899

VIRGINIAN - PILOT. ?BT THE? (VIRGINIAN AND PILOT PUBLISHING , COMPANY. NORFOLK VIRGINIAN M DAILY PILOT. (Consolidated March, liSS.) Entered at the Posternco at Norfolk, ,Va.. as second-class matter. OFFICE: PILOT BUILDING. CITY HALL AVENUE. norfolk. va. OFFICRtS: A H GRANDY, President: hl. GLENNAN. Vice-Prealdenl: \V. S. WILKJNSON. Treasurer, JAM KS E. AL? LEN. Secretary. BOARD UF DIRECTORS: A. II. Grandy M. Oloiinan, L. D. Starke. Jr.. T. W. SbdlOR. R W. Shullicc. James E. Allen, D. F. Donovan. rilltii: VKX i '.H IMS It COPY. subscription rates: The VIRGINIAN-PILOT Is delivered to Subscribers bv carriers In Norfolk and v'cir.ity. Portsmouth, Berkley. Suffolk, West Norfolk. Newport News, for 10 cents per week payable to the carrier. By mall, to any place In the United States, postage free: DAILY, on* jei?r - ?500 " six.uln ... ::.oo ?* Ihree nioiitlis - - l..*,o M one in?ittli . ? ? ?So ADVERTISING RATES: Advertise tnents Instrteo at the rate of ?? cents a Krmare. lirst Insertion: e...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 8 March 1899

Heptasophs or S, M. W. in Annual Session. Reports or Grand Officers?Appoint* incut of Committees? Grand Ar? clion'a Itecomeudnllons-Donation to.n idoiv otn Ilrotlior?Soclnl. The night Worthy Grand Conclave of the Order of Heptasophs, or SI W. M., convened in its fifteenth annual session In Odd-Fellows' Hall at 11 a. in. yes? terday, with the Grand Archon, Alex. .Ward, presiding. A legal quorum of members being present, the grand body was opened in due form by tho Venerable Grand, Pre? late, asking the Divine blessing upon Its deliberations. Tho Committee on Credentials report? ed on those entitled to seals as repre? sentatives. PAST AUCHON'S DECREE. The Past Arclion's Degree was con? ferred upon the following representa? tives: 10. L. Snow, Virginia Conclave, No. 1, nnd W. J. Woodward, Friendship Conclave, No. 2. REPORTS OF OFFICERS. The annual reports of the Grand Ar? chon, Grand Scribe and Grand Treas? urer were read and referred to appro? priate committees. Among the recommendati...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 8 March 1899

TICKS FROM THE WIRES Harrlsburg, Pa.?The Legislative Committee to investigate charges of bribery to secure passage of McCarrell Jury bill, ha? developed a sensational condition of affairs, involving Repre? sentatives Crlste, Engler and ex-Sena? tor Coyle, who endeavored to buy votes. The inquiry will be continued. Wichita, Kan.?Rev. Mr. A'on Hor lach, Episcopal rector, who went to New York to collect a $10,01)0 legacy several months ago, has not been seen or heard of since. Foul play is sus? pected. Harrisburg, Pa.?The Central Iron end Steel Company, working Out) hands, has raised wage?, to take effect April 1st Chattanooga, Tenn., March 7.?The Eighth United States Immunes, mus? tered out here to-day, fired Indiscrimi? nately from the train as it moved off, wounding W. W. Hnvvklns, car Inspec? tor of the Nashville railroad, and An? drew Letford, a country man. Fltchburg, Mass., March 7.?The Park Hill Manufacturing Company, employ? ing 1,200 operatives, to-day announced an advance in...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 8 March 1899

Mallory'Liner Leona Beached on Jersey Fiats? ?Irltlota Sclionncr Hurj II. Williams llnriieil - itcsruoil l'niiisHcor? nutl Crew ul tho fnunril I.lnt r l'uvouln ? Oilier Disaster* Itcporteil, (By Telegraph to Vlrglntan-rilot.* Now York, March 7.?The Mallory Line steamer Leona, which sailed last evening for Qalveston with a large pas? senger list ami a cargo consisting prin? cipally of sugar and coffee, lies beached on the Jersey flats, near Kllis Island, to-day. When approaching the Narrows Bmoke was dlcovcrcd coining from the forward hold, and the ship was put about and returned to the pier In East Itlver, from which she had sailed two hours earlier.I There the passengers were debarked and efforts made to ex? tinguish the lire, which was among the sugar. Thoupth Hie ship's crew were as? sisted by a lire lug, no impression could be made upon the names, a ltd to save tho ducks and nearby shipping the steamer was sent to the Jersey flats, where she was sunk in '..'U feet or water, the ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 8 March 1899

NEWS FROM RICHMOND AND OTHER PARTS OF VIRGINIA, RICHMOND NEWS AND GOSSIP Damaging and Disagreeable Effects of High Water. N. & W. R. R. LOSES A SUIT Tax. Assessment Bindo by Ilonrd of Public Work? on ItrWlwny Com? panr'a Tngi nud rnreco nt Norfolk Carried to Conrt Where Fnrmi>r Wins ? Norfolk Typographical t i) loci I'IIcn Intnl. (Special to Virginian-Pilot.) Richmond, Va., March 7.?Falling waters all clay to-day relieved popular apprehension regarding conditions In the Jumes, but did not help the situa? tion a very great deal. The water receded from some of tho streets, and there was assurance that It would not come back, but tho cel? lars were left full to overflowing, and the streets and sidewalks recently sub? merged, bore a coating of disagreeable slime. The water did not fall fast enough to relieve conditions nt the Gas Works, and while it receded sulllciently to per j mit the lighting of the fires, citizens who depend upon gas for light, had dark homes last night, or u...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 8 March 1899

THE NEWS FROM THE OLD NORTH STATE AND ITS CAPITAL RALEIGH NEWS BUDGET An Outside Republican Will Appeal to Courts. ONE DAY'S WORK RECORD 'I'll iT? Ilnuilrcd niul TweiltJ>tottr mils Knilllcd In Duo liny ?now About Itullrouil* ? i: ci>u ])i i t a ii s I'lfKM'H with senator Prltchnrtl T*j? on Tliriilroa?Bocrulllllg tMlico to Bo O|ionc?l. ! *!. ?. -? (Special to Virginian-Pilot.) Raleigh, N. C, March 7.?Dr. Abbott, tho Republican Railway Commissioner, tells me he will bring suit hero after April 4th to test the'constttutlonality of the act abolishing the Railway Coin mission, when he has four years yet to serve. Yesterday no less than 321 bills wore ratified. This, It Is paid, breaks all rec? ords for one day's work. This Leglsla turo has broken the record as to the number of bills Introduced. UNDER WHIP AND SPUR. The provisions of tho actions in I lie revenue bill taxing railways upon {;ross earnings, which passed tho House un? der whip und spur wem the work of Representative Wil...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 8 March 1899

PORTSMOUTH LOCAL NEWS AND ADVEIRTISF~tVlRrx|-r<=; PORTSMOUTH ?ND NORFOLK COUNTY What Virginian-Pilot Rep? resentatives Hear Daily. BRIEF ITEMS OF INTEREST tho Movement* or l-eoplo In Whom the Avcr?go Iteutler it Inter* r-Wc.l -llalM"'111 ?>> Legat? Bllt> lurss, ICeUsconn ami tiocinl Vtrn clrn-A l'orccnsi or Future Ladies, your attention is called to the prices quoted in the advertisement <,r Messrs. L. T. Adams & Bro., of em? broideries. Just see what bargains the.se young gentlemen are offering you. The former members of the Old Do? minion Guard are bestirring themselves to give their old comrades In arm? a hearty welcome home, and the citizens generally will help them in their ef? forts. Mr. Sam Stringer, an old Portsmouth boy, was appointed motorman on one of the cars of the Portsmouth Street Hallway Company yesterday. In less than three hours a young man killed 25 or more "robin red breasts" at Burton's Point yesterday. Harry Kelly, a young white man, j ?who c...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 8 March 1899

PORTSMOUTH ADVERTISEMENTS. [Continued.] STOCK MUST BE SOLD BY APRIL 1st. Great Sale of Boots and Shoes at and Below Cost, To Close Business. EVERYTHING IN THE WAY OP FOOTWEAR MUST ?R SOLD AT TH"F. TIME- NAMED. WE WOULD ADVISE EVERYONE TO CALL EARLY AND GET THEIR PICK. WE WILL BELL, OUll STOCK AS A WHOLE AT A RE? DUCED PRICE. THIS WOULD P.E A SPLENDID INVESTMENT FOR ANY? ONE OR FOR THOSE WHO SHOULD LIKE TO ENGAGE IN THE SHOE BUSINESS. L?. C. L-ONG 3t SON. mM-im 219 HIGH STREET, PORTSMOUTH, VA FOR SHLE Large bouse. Chestnut street extended; largo house, Glasgow street corner; doublo house, large lot. Sixth street; vacant lot Sixth street: large house Chestnut, corner Grlflln; double house London street extended; 2 idee lots on Crawford street; largo house on Ciawford street.; nlco press hilck house, Dinwiddle strtett; 2 nice residences on Washington street; house Hart street, all conveniences; r.lco house, 9 rooms, bath, etc., Hatton street; 6 eholeo lots High street. Cottage Place; 1...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-pilot. — 8 March 1899

FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL Stocks, Money, Exchange, Bonds, Grain, Cotton, Provisions, Etc. New York. March 7.?The stock mar? ket to-day In the final dealinga made early losses and ended strong and higher than yesterday. There was an effort >>n the part ot the professionals to depress prices In the early dealings, which was successful only temporarily and to a moderate extent. Investors generally held on to their slocks anil the market became exceptionally dull. The rate for call money, which In tho initial transactions touched per cent., with an accompanying easier tone In the Sterling Exchange market, cased off with the last loan at t;'j ncr cent., with it- resultant better lone in the general market, it was said that be? cause of yesterday's Hurry in call money a considerable amount of un? employed country bank balances was expected to be transferred to New York this week. , The dealings for the entire day were less than half a million, anil except for tho opening and closing ...

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