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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 16 March 1899

British Steamship Stranded Near Cape Henry Italian llnrlt Run Down In the nonili ?'?"lie I>osl Orodgo Admiral?Tank Curs Itnoyod?A Floating Torpedo ? Oilier DlNimlorn, Yesterday morning at 3 o'clock the British steamship Brator, -. Bai quirl Iron Dock, Cuba, to Baltimore, iron ore laden, stranded Hi miles southeast of Cape Henry and about the same distance from Bhore. The night was dark and densely foggy and the rain light, with little wind. She was trying to make the Oapes and got too close in shore. Word was ,at once got-1 ten by the beach patrol to Capo Hcjnry | and the government telegraph line sent word to Norfolk to the Mcrrltt & Chap? man Wrecking Company, which com? pany sent the two tugs E. V. McCauley and Harold to her assistance, towing the barge John Hagcrty. At about noon the McCauley returned to the city for extra cables, and about I o'clock yesterday afternoon cables were gotten to the stranded vessel, lying easily and in no danger- It was though...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 16 March 1899

(Continued from First Pago.) open to auch an extent as would satis? fy oven the yearnings <>f the Hoar Ad? miral who has made the circle of the globe in search of It. I think I may say. aa a testimony to the good feel I tig sought to bo encouraged on our side ol the water that the ['resident gave the best Illustration of it. when he said. In my letter of credence', that he relied with confidence upon my constant en? deavor during my stay In Great Brit? ain to promote the interest and pros? perity of both nations." (Cheers nnd cries of "Bravo.") RUSSIA AND KNOT,AND. Alluding to the "satisfactory dispell? ing of the cloud between Russia and England over the Nlu Chwang railway extension loan by means of peat Cul diplomacy,'' Mr. Choatc said: ' "That is the kind of diplomacy which T. .lust entering upon it diplomatic ca? reer, desire very much to understand, for 1 am fresh enough to believe that If these two countries, laboring to? gether for peace, unite their voi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 16 March 1899

NEWS FROM RICHMOND AND OTHER PARTS OF VIRGINIA. RICHMOND NEWS LETTER Secretary Alger Writes Gov? ernor Tyler. all volunteer regiments H ill Ho Mustered Out by May lit.? Colonel Hodges Working lo Have Fourth Vlrglula Mustered out in Norlolk?Civil Service Kxaminn Han Namliir school Ileodquurt? vi s ii< ;ini lor .Snrgonm I.uwlor. (Special to Vlrglnlan-Pllot.) Richmond, Va., March 15.?Governor Tyler to-day received a letter from Secretary Alger, statins tli:it all the volunteer regiments now In Cuba will be mustered out before the first of Mjiy. This means, of course, that it will not be long before the Fourth Virginia I?) ordered home to be discharged. Sec ? retary Alger did not state when such order would be Issued. Col. Harry Hodges, of Norfolk, and late Commander of tlie Fourth regi? ment, was to see the Governor to-day regarding having the regiment brought to Norfolk for muster-out. Col flodgcs argues that as at least nine companies are from Norfolk and contiguous coun? ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 16 March 1899

THE iNEWS FROM VIRGINIA CONTINUED FROM PAGE SEVER B. Y. p. UNION Sixth fnnual Convention Convenes in Charlotteville. Tbe Prcftlflent Kubiultitn Report ISc plelo TVttlt Valunblo SuccrNtluiiM uisii Itceomnieiululloii* ? I'roml nrut Iiclccmca In Attendance. Cliarlottesvllle, Va., March 15.?The Baptist Young People's Union of Vir? ginia, convened In sixth annual conven? tion last evening In Baptist Church. The meeting was called to order by the president, Mr. John Garland Pollard, of Richmond. After prayer by Rev. J. C. Holland, of Danville, Bev. W. A. Trlbble, of the Charlottesvillc Church, welcomed the delegates and visitors, and his address was responded to by J. Calvin Moss, ot Lynch burg. After reports of committees, stated topics were discussed by Rov. George Braxton Taylor, ]">. 1?.. of Appomattox; Professor 11. \V. Boatwrlght, bb. D., nnd Rev. It. 11. l'itt, D. U., of Rich? mond. The evening session, which commenc? ed at s o'clock, was opened with Bong and prayer serv...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 16 March 1899

THE NEWS FROM THE OLD NORTH STATE AND ITS CAPITAL RALEIGH NEWS BUDGET Mr. Hamrick Refuses to Sur? render an Office. SILENT AS TO HIS REASONS Sir, R. B, l.ncy, Labor Commissioner Elect, Will Have lo Resort to the t'onris ? llenurd ?fleroil for mi Uiiluiou'ii jniiirilercr ? Furniture Company Incorporated ? Pnbllo Urtitiliciinfi* i? Ml site men nor. (Special to Virglnian-rilot.) Raleigh, N. C, March ir?.?It was ru 1-1 ired to-day that I. T. Hamrick would not surrender his office to B. R. Lacy, who was appointed Commissioner of Labor by tho late Legislature. 1 wont to see Mr. Hamrick, and he Informed me that this Is true. He said that he acted upon the advice of counsel and preferred not to mention just now the legal grounds upon which he would make tho fight. REWARD VOR A MURDERER, rhe Governor has offered a reward of y. i for the unknown murderer of Ma con Bregan, who -was recently killed in Craven i oilntry. The Secretary of State has incorpo? rated the Macon Furniture Co.; capital ?...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 16 March 1899

PORTSMOUTH LOCAL NEWS AND ADVERTISEMENTS PORTSMOUTH ?ND NORFOLK COUNTY What Virginian-Pilot Rep? resentatives Hear Daily. BRIEF ITEMS OF INTEREST I be Movcmcut? of People tu Wimm Hm Avcmeo i:c;?ii"V is Inter* nirii-Happen Ilten in l.cgiii ? Hu? lurns, II eltgcoiiv untl Nodal Clr? des -A l orccint or Futur? l.VCltt*. To-morrow will be st. Patrick's Pay. The Hibernians will c lebratc it by ut ietidlng church in the morning, and by giving a banquet ut night in Elks' Mall. County street is the next thorough? fare tu be paved with stone, it is said that when tlie Wardroper money is re ceived tliiit an estimate will be made of the ciist, ami it will be only a Dtiort While before this prominent thorough? fare will be made one of the prettiest Btrects in tho city. The Lamps ami Gas Committee will put a lamp on the ? inner <>f Washing? ton and County street before Sunday. A lost collie dog is advertised for. Bee advertisement for particulars. The protracted rain is hurt...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 16 March 1899

PORTSMOUTH LOGfiL? NEWS flM flDYERTISEMENf& _ Conlinue 1. AD A. FIT? IF NOT, WE CAN GIVE YOU ONE. Over 1,500 samples to select, Suits made to measure FROM $14-00 TO $40.00 ?AT THE? You See a Well D cssrd Han end you tnvolunletlly remark "There Is a lucky, prosi? i ons fellow." Good clothed aro the hall mark of prosperity. They help you in life, in every way. We <-;,li help you into the elolhca that will tit, and suit both you and your purse. CUSTOM TAILORS, 214 High Street, - Portsmouth, Va. A perfect fit guaranteed in every respect or money refunded. We can also save you 20 per cent, on the cost. I Call and See Samples and Prices. PriiifBG nf Ufhaolol bssSib? ?l Ca.1 fintl no fault With the WAVERLEY. They don't 'ry. Every rart of It Is as near perfection as years of study and ex? periment can billig lt. It has been sub? jected to every possible test, and It has stood them all. It's not only strong, safe and serviceable, but graceful, light and Is a strong Ind...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 16 March 1899

FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL Stocks, Money, Exchange, Bonds, Grain, Cotton, Provisions, Etc. Xew York, March 15.?The chnngi a In ?lock prices to-duy were mixed with losses prevailing. For the greater part of the ilny stocks wi re uinh r pressure, in port due to the strength in the call money market, where live per cent, was recorded for some loans, although most of the business was at i per cent; Lon? don, while trading both ways, disposed of more stock than it took. The selling of Manhattan was attributed to the underwriting syndicate of tlte issue ol new stock, although there was no means of ascertaining the real source. The stock closed with a loss of nearly 2 points, after an earlier extreme de? cline of .leu. Kansas City, Pittsburg and Gulf lift off l points dawn in anticipa? tion of a possible heavy assessment in the plan of reorganisation. American Steel and Wire dropped 1% with a Smaller sympathetic recession in Fede? ral Steel issues. There Were fractional recessions, too. in N...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 17 March 1899

IN TWO PARTS. minium. I WEATHER FORECAST FOR TO-DAY : NORFOLK AND VICINITY? 3 Fair; n*arly stationary tempera l iure: Irish north winds. VOL. II?NO. 112, NORFOLK, VA., I LM DAY, MARCH 17, ? 1S99?TWELVE PAGES TUIin: CKXTS P Ell COPV. MORE FIGHTING AROUND MANILA Americans Capture the Vil? lage of Cavite. DRIVEN FROM THE TRENCHES firvprnl Light Engagements Follow* cil t>> n Stubborn lonlpil Wllh Filipino* Beb lud lniraucnui?ttU Aujerleana AUvnnce in Splendid Style,Inflicting o Loss or*bontOiie Hundred niou. (Tiy Telegraph to Virginian-Pilot.) Manila, Marcli 16.-1:30 I'. M.?The In? surgents at tho outposts and In the trenches beyond Caloocan fired several volleys last night upon the Montana ami Kansas Volunteers and a part of th.< Fourth Regulars, desiring, It Is sup: ?sed, t<> discover If the American line had been thinned by the move? ment <>c General Wheatoh's command. The Americans in the trenches replied w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 17 March 1899

LOfT. Iost. ? on CHURCH STREBT, BE a twccn Golf and Johnson, Hunters vlllc, pocketbook containing sum of money ana papers valuably only to owie r. I liberal reward If returned to 13. BAMSETf? 376 Main street._mhl? ^ WAN TED._ WA NTE1 >. ? IM M I0DIATBLY TWO or Ihne good upholsterer*. Apply to A II. LINDSAY, No. ?U3 Crawford street, Portsmouth, va. mhl7-3t W- A nt V I >. ? TWO YOUNG ACTIVE Carpenters at once. Apply to J. Q. DICKINSON, West End of Mary's avenue. Ghent. It* W.\ nt i: 11. ? C( imY,T:tjvNT; mill man to saw lops by contract with si nearl y new .Mils Hand Mill, with dry kill:' n North far Una. Apply by letter to Box 2T7 Norfolk, Va.. .statlnR- expe rleneo and financial ability to carry out contract. mhl7-3t W~~ ?ntkd. ? ft) mii.n to :riliT chase "or special $1.60 Derby, cipinl to I2.C0 hat sold by others. t. L. STRAW HAND .v, CO., 331 Main .street, Stevens' (ild Stand._mhu-tf FOR SALE. ?fjM ;: SALB. ? ONE STEAM run 1,1 ? :? r, In ttood working conditi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 17 March 1899

WEATHER REPORT. Wushington, March 16. Forecast lor Friday: For Virginia: Fuir; fresh to brisk northeasterly winds. For North Carolina: Fair; light to fresh easterly winds. Norfolk nuil Vlclnltv. WEATHER FORECAST FOR TO-DAY. Fair; nearly stationary temperature; fresh north winds. TEMPERATURE, RAINFALL AND HUMIDITY. Maximum temperature. f>2 Minimum temperature. 42 Normal temperature. 47 Departure from normal. 0 Departure from normal since Jan? uary 1st.minus 131 Rainfall in past 21 hours. 0 Rainfall since 1st of month.. .? ....4.33 Moan humidity. 73 CALENDAR. Sun rises C: 12 a. in.; sets 6:15 p. m. TIDES. Norfolk: HIkIi water 1:05 a. m.. 1:20 p.*m.; low water 7:25 a. m., 7:20 p. m. Old Point: High water 12:14 a. m., 1:06 p. m.; low water 7:04 n. m., 7:03 p. m. Monuments and Gravestones. The selection of a suitable memorial In marble or cran Ite can bo readily made from our stock, for wo carry tbo largest assortment of finish? ed designs in the South. ?THE COUPER MARBLE WORK...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 17 March 1899

VIRGINIAN-PILOT. ?BY THE? .VIRGINIAN AND PILOT PUBLISHING COMPANY. (ORFOLK VIRGINIAN AND DAILY PILO!. (Consolidated March, 1s3s.) Entered at the Postofflco at Noriolk. ,Vn., aa second-claS3 matter. OFFICE: P1 LOT BUILDING, CITY. II ALL, AVENUE. norfolk. va. OFFICE RS: A. H. Glt ANDY, President: at. GLENN AN. Vlce-Presldent: W. S. WILKINSON. Treasurer; JAMES E. AI. LrsN. B.-crotary. BOARD OF DIRECTORS: A. H. Grnndy, M. Olenniui. I* D. Starke. Jr.. T. W. Shcllon. R W. Shultlce. James L Allen, D. F. Donovan. thiiki: ckst? PBRCOl'.t. subscription rates: The VIRGINIAN-PILOT Is delivered to ?ubacribeis by carriers In Norfolk ami vicinity Pot tsrnviith. Berkley, aortollc West NorTolk. Newport News, for tc cants per week payable to the carrier By mall, to aay place hi the Vnitro States, postage free: DAIl.T, onn year - sa.oo *? als m?ii l Ii? - - - S.00 iliree mouths - - ???I" *? one moutli - ? ? ADVERTISING RATES: Aa\ertlse tnentc Inserted nt the rate of 75 cents a Bquare Hr.it Insertion; ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 17 March 1899

HOI STUDY ?IE (Continued from Fourth Page.) THE BIBLE AS AN ELEA1ENT IN LITERATURE. (Ideated sindlc*. Tho King James version is the bible of whlcli 95 ner cent, and over is first English and width, as far as the ver? nacular Uself is concerned, still re? mains unetiualed. It is more than a specimen of the king's English. It Is the people's English. Too much emphasis cannot be laid uoon the fact, as bear. ing on our present purpose, that the bible is an example, on its secular side, of English prose, and enters as an es? sential element into this formative work. Viewed as :i version or transla? tion purely in its human aspect, as an example of English speech, it un? doubtedly stands all through English literary history, and more especially In this era, as the leading agency of all others. It did then for English prose what no other production could possi? bly have done. It gave that true direc? tion and character to English prose style which is now an elemental part of It. English pi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 17 March 1899

SHOT DOWN IN GOLD BLOOD Terrible Work of a Mob in Georgia. GUARDS ARE NO PROTECTION A Slnske?! Party or T,wcnty Neil Itrcnk I Hi" nn Improvised Prison, Kill Four Jitoji mill Wound Three Others I'mler .Nn?iilcloii ?>r Uovlng < o m in 111 < <1 Arson?.111111 In Order? ?I ; Out?'i'lio Governor Angry. (Fly Telegrapn to Virginia-Pilot.) Palmetto, Ga., March 16.?Twenty men, armed and masked, rode into this little town at an early hour this morn? ing and put to death four negroes, fa? tally wounded one, shot another and broko the arm or a seventh man. Two others, who wore of the crowd upon which tho bullets were showered, mi? raculously escaped. These unfortu? nates wcro under guard of three men awaiting the hour of '.) o'clock, whi n they were to have a hearing before a Justice of the peace on the charge of arson. William Cotton, the leader of the nine men, confessed some time ng i that a conspiracy had been entered in? to which resulted In two i...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 17 March 1899

NEWS FROM RICHMOND AND OTHER PARTS OF VIRGINIA. RICHMOND NEWS BUDGET Governor Tyler Grauts Eu? gene Barnes a Pardon. GUILTY OF EMBEZZLEMENT 'Ilie Jmlso nnii Ten or Convict lim Jurymen AnIi KzeeiitlTe Clemency -Cnmllilnlri lo -Succcctl Professor ifmi.si ? $ tit University of Vlrglnln? Callers at Hie smio Capital -Union D?|iot? QW ?; -? (Special t.> Virginian V : '. *-? Richmond, Yn., March 1C.-C j. Tyler to-day granted full pardon to Kugene Barnes, who was convicted <>f embezzling tho funds of Mr. John T. Powers, a merchant of this city, for whom Barnes was bookkeeper. Barnes was sentenced to one year in jail- lie lias served about two months. Harnes willingly gave himself up to the oRtcers <d* the law. In assigning his reasons for the exercise of clemency the Gov? ernor says: "Whilst it may not be best to exer? cise clemency In cases where willful and premeditated crimes have been committed there should, nevertheless, bo exceptions to the ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 17 March 1899

THE NEWS FROM VIRGINIA CONTINUED FROM PAGE SEVER The Discussion of Interesting Set Topics. flection of Ollleera- It. O. Averj, of Norton., For NccoimI Vic*-I*rciil. Uuut- Ii ii ii y 1'rouilncut Delegaten In Attendance. Chn'rlottesvine, Vn., March 1C?While the'attendance on the convention of the Baptist Young People's Union of Vir? ginia has been very large, certainly as far as visitors to the various sessions are concerned, it cannot bo denied that tho very inclement weather has de? tracted si riously from the pleasure of the occasion. It has rained Incessantly. Another disappointment was the ab? sence of the Hon. ?William L. Wilson, president of Washington and Leo Uni? versity. His address on "Christian Citi? zenship" had boon looked forward to With great interest. There was much in the way of compensation, however Tho address of the Rev. Dr. 13. 13. Chlvers, of Chicago, the general secre? tary of the Baptist Young People's Union of America, won tho highest praise. His subject was ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 17 March 1899

the news from the old north STATT?NdTtS capital RALEIGH NEWS AND GOSSIP An Official Statement From the State Auditor. CORPORATE FRANCHISE TAX Ma cements In ?Sic I>rcan Oivo lunccu rafo Iiifnrmjttloii? Soldiers ll <>n ornbly Dlacli'itrgatl ? Lieutenant .Sulpp's Obsequies ? Content Over Ktale Omccrs?The Cnso of Btnie Superintendent l>?y. -s - ? IT ? IS (Special to Virgfninn-Pirot.) Raleigh, N. c, March 10.?Mr. Ayer, the State Auditor, has made, the follow? ing Btatemont to me with reference to the tax on corporate franchises In this State: "Tho properly of railroad corpora? tions is assessed by the Railroad Com? mission at so much per mile, it is sup? posed that the value of tho franchise is considered in connection with tho as? sessment. An ad valorem tax is paid on the amount or assessment, and no other tax Is levied. "In addition to the ad valorem tax on the property owned by private cor? porations! a graduated franchise tax Is imposed ac...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 17 March 1899

PORTSMOUTH LOCAL NEWS AND ADVERTISEMr^jT^ PORTSMOUTH AND NORFOLK COUNTY Wliat Virginian-Pilot Rep? resentatives Hear Daily. i RIEF ITEMS OF INTEREST .1.. '?*,<? Vchichi* of I'ooplo III H linui H?' .t viTiijci Itentlcr In liilor ralt'tl?ItapjienliiBi ?? l.?*B?'~6*nn" Iupnm, Ke Harrow* kimi Koclnl **lr? rlis % i'.i. I'i'ual of III in i-o IvrnH. There will bo several changes am? ;.<, business houses by the 1st oC April in ilitrsi lutlons, etc. Altunti ;i is called to the ndvertisc i, -nt ft lost v tbook iu another , - im.'.. Constrble I.Inn ban arrested a col 01 I ii an named George Williams yes? terday morning, whom he charged with I i :?:. Into a loaded box car. Justice 111 i.i.i Irlcd the man yesterday afler n . i nd found him guilty of two <>r fei ca ol the kind mentioned and sen? tenced him to jail for sixty days. This is rtt. Patrick's Day. Two drunken tramps wore committed to Jail for live clays by Mayor Balrd yesterday. Mr. .:? hn A. ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 17 March 1899

(CONTINUED.) COFFEES AND TEAS. In order to introduce our Teas and Cof fco more thoroughly, we have decided to put the knife In u!l grades for the next throo days. Our l'ne of bottled and canned goods are a thing of beauty, Special, Excelsior Oats, in packages, 3:.'ic R. E. KING, Southwest corner Court and Glasgow Sts. fc2S-ly JUST WHAT YOU WANT Have, you visited PEARSON'S NEW DAIRY LUNCH ROOM? If' not, do so at onco. There you run Bet cither hot or eold lunch in a short time at a small cost. Everything in first-class style. 11. O. PEARSON, mhO-lm Opposite Kerry Wharf. MOUNTAIN EGGS. Have Just received a large shipment of fine, largo fresh Eggs, and am offering them very cheap. Fine Elgin Butter, C?c.: ten cases 3 pound Standard Tomatoes, at Sc. E. R. BAHKSDABE. 123 Court strcot. Boll 'Dhone. 2253. no25-6m Notice of Coal in Town. H. B. WILKINS has just unloaded a cargo of free burning ? o: o v e> o o ^ i^, mhl 1-1 w CLUAL AND FRESH. Arrival ol Mails at Norfolk, (Va.) I'ovt...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 17 March 1899

REVIEW OFMARKETS FINANCIAL ?ND COMMERCIAL StocKs, Money, Exchange, Bonds, Grain, Cotton, Provisions, Etc. New York, March 16.?The sensation? al rise in Sugar was largely responsible for the elimination of much of the short Interest 111 the rest of the list, material gains uppearing notably among the specialties, while the railways, at the high point averaged up 1V4 up, but there were recessions from the best and the market closed under pressure. It was a wild day on the Exchange, Sugar llguring for over a quarter of a million shares, wtlh the aggregate trad? ing reaching nearly a million shares. The market was moving cautiously up-1 ward when Sugar burst into promt nence, and touched 170, a rise of 2914 points over last night, 11 points above the September boom prices of 1897. Tin stock closed at 15DV&. The fluctuations were erratic, an instance in point be? ing the drop of ten points on two trans? actions from the high point. A trader sold short 300 of (he S90 shares tr...

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