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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 29 March 1899

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES TWO, THREE, FIVE AND SIX: (Continued from Fourth Page.) brutality Is hence demanded. The serfs were liberated In 1881, yet to-day peas? ants are hunted like slaves and forced to return to their homes; they are mer < ilcssly Hogged, tortured, consigned to a living death in tho mines. A govern? ment by force tends naturally to be? come increasingly cruel und heartless. The autocracy breeds naturally con? spiracies and assassinations. The gov? ernment is itself an organized con? spiracy. It proceeds by stealth and secret processes to rob and destroy the people. Without warning it lays hold of those who havo violated no law and subjects them to extremest penalties. The ordlnury processes of an autocratic government resemble In many ways thoso of an assassin. Hut autocrats have not hesitated to employ actual assassination. It Is believed that Alex? ander III. (Blaekwood's Magazine, vol. 157, p. 325) encouraged assassination In the contest with the ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 29 March 1899

THE NEWS of norfolk on PAGES TW?Tt^EeTIvE AND SDL bkambletoh ward. A very choice musical and literary entertainment will be given at Kirn Hall, Brambleton avenue, to-morrow night at S ??'deck by,a number of the best Norfolk talent, for a charitable cause. An excellent program has been arranged for the occuelon. At the close of the performance refreshments will be served. Only a moderate charge will be required to witness the enter? tainment and partake Of cream and c.ike. Till: pri ior?m. Piano solo?"America Forever".. .Messrs. Yarbrough and Harria Vocal solo?"Afterwards". .Mr. Malvern Haynes Recitation (Selected).Miss Fl< Vocal duet?"Life's Droahi is O'er"...Mrs. Pullcn and Miss Fulford Recitation (Selected).Mr. F. C. Chlsnell Piano SOlO (Selected). . Miss ISm?y La Blanc Vocal solo?"No Tongue Can Tell" .Mrs. E. F. Pullcn Recitation (Selected). .Miss Ellen Morion Piano and mandolin duet (S - lected). .Miss La Blanc and Mr. Hayes Vocal solo?"Life's Lullaby". ........Mrs. L...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 29 March 1899

THE NEWS FROM THE OLD NORTH STATE AND ITS CAPITAL Norfolk's Alleged Advantage in Transportation Rates. HARGETT STILL IN JAIL Iturhy illonnl'a tailored Postmaster Mm Looking 10 Men m nomi mm ?The Un|>tUt UnlverMljr?Cotton Keen oil mill (.'bartered ? Tbc Cruiser Itttloigb Again - Tone horn Assembly. Raleigh, N. C, March 23.?The Inter? state Commerce Commission will meet In Wilmington ai.out the 12th of April. The object of the session in to consider the petition ? >f the Wilmington Tariff Association. This petition sots forth the unjust discriminations against that city by ti>" railroads. Under the pres? ent tariff Norfolk and other competi? tors can secure from Western points anil ship i" Western points at a much greater advantago than Wilmington, and It Is claimed that Wilmington Is shut off from territory which is legit? imately bets. ROOKY MOUNT'S COLORED POST? MASTER, is ii el D. Hargctt, the negro post? master at Rocky Mount, Is still In Wake cou...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 29 March 1899

NEWS FROM RICHM?ND~^ND OTHER PART1Tot~^GIN^ RICHMOND NEWS AND GOSSIP The Governor Grants Nine Condi? tional Pardons. GENERAL NALLE REPORTS llonnoke Gem Ibo Hammer School or Methods? Slnsonle Homo Ancill? ary?Admiral Schley DcpnrtM ? Prominent Dien Dond-I'rol. C. A. Oritrci Elected to University ? Soathcro I'nbllshor? Rleol. ______ (Special to Vlrglnlan-Pilot.) Richmond, Va., March 2S.?Governor Tjier granted nine conditional pardons to prisoners doing time In the peniten? tiary. The law under which these par? dons are Issued was passed by tho last Legislature, and provides that when a prisoner has served out half his term he may apply for a pardon conditioned upon his future good behavior. The Governor and the Penitentiary Hoard of Visitors Inquire Into each ca3o, and if the circumstances warrant the pardon is granted. If at anytime the pardon? ed prisoner Is found guilty of any crime, however slight, he Is tit once returned to the penitentiary to serve out the remainder of his term....

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

THE NEWS FROM VIRGINIA CONTINUED FROM PAGE EIGHT. NEWPORT NEWS. Morgan Liners Will Be Launched April 15, Negro Kicnpcs n KonaCluB? Pusbtng iu... Worli oil (lio Pttlllnsitln Itnllroail ?A Roy It I Wt'lCOIllO An nils Hum. iiiKtuti HiflcH ? Charged With Asannlt, ? Newport News. March -S.?There is no longer any doubt that the two Mor? gan liners El Alba and El Dia will be launched on the morning of April 15QT. That is the dato on which the ship? yard will endeavor to put the big hulls overboard, and if there Is any delay It will bo on account of unfavorable weather or some cause not foreseen at this time. There will not be much display on this occasion, us the officials of the Morgan Line have expressed the wish that there bo as little ceremony as pos? sible. The yard will be thrown open to the public, however, and It is probable that the launching will be witnessed by thousands ol people. ESCAPED A ROASTING. .About - o'clock this morning smoke ?was discovered coming from one of tin box...

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

PORTSMOUTH LOCAL NEWS A IMP ADVERTIfirMPMTQ CHRONICLES OF INTEREST Portsmouth, The Beautiful City By the Sea, FOUND HERE AND THERE Tho l?Me?t Happenings "?o Clly nnd Connij ProwcnlMl In Concise Form For Hie Kfllflcntlou ot Vir? gtnlanaFHol lltnderi Hero nml Eincwboro ? CJomoIp Front People WHO Desire to Kocp Posted. Th" County Court. Hon. W. N. Port jock; Judge, presiding*, adjourned ye3- | terday for the term. The Epworth Endeavor Society of the Park view Methodist Church will hold a ??Conundrum Tea Party" at the res.-1 dence of Mrs. M. K. Hart, corner of Webster avenue and A street, Thurs? day. March 30th. In addition there will be an old curiosity simp. Mr. John McCarrlsi who has been In? disposed from a painful Injury to Vits j arm. does not Improve rapidly. The colored man William Brown, who ho for forgot himself us to Inter? fere with County Otllcer James Hut? h Ins In the discharge of his duty, was sentenced to the county Jail for thirty nays yesterday morning by Juktic Alnsw...

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

PORTSMOUTH ADVERTISEMENTS. _[Continued.]_._ A PAIR OF NICKEL PLATED SCISSORS FREE! A pair of Scissors will be given to c store Monday, March 27th. Special sale or White Spreads. $1.25 A first-rate Quilt for r>0e. All 25c. Fancy Dress Goods to bo A full line or Light Windsor Ties. Th, best line or Infants' Muslin C Spring shades In Kid Cloves. The b v a r ran ted. A tine assortment of All-Wool Bl ack Goods, Serges, Henriettas,Cheviots, etc., on hand. White Goods a specialty. > very customer who spends 50c. in my quality for 89c.; $1.00 quality for V5e. sold at 15c. per yard. aps In the city. est 9Sc. Glove to be found; every pair TERMS CASH. 320 HIGH STREET. WE CAN "tat lim i oot." FIVE OF THE BEST MADE Call and let us talk the matter over. We can save you money. W. N. WHITE, Portsmouth, Va._ ~ E1STER C?BDS, BOOKLETS Catholic and Episcopal Prayer Books. Fancy Coods and Bric-a-Brac for Easter. ? 224- HIGH STREET. THE CHEAPEST AND BEST FLOUR, W. & J. P...

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

REVIEW- OF THE iXiARKETST ^HIPPING NEWS ?ND REAL ESTATE BUSINESS Stocks, Money, Exchange, Bonds, Gnin, Cotton, Provisions, Etc. New York, March 28.?Strength pre-| vailed nearly all day in Hie Btock mar? ket with total dealings of over 3 mll-J lion yhar,.-'. The effect of extensive realising was not felt until near the close, when the lone was easy, bul the recessions ^Lll lefl material advances In many stocks. London, after some early purchases, sold rreely on the nd vnncc hero, but the stock was well taken. Sterling exchange was strong | nn<l time money easier. Call money, winch had touched six per cent, waul loaned at the close at per cent. An Incident, bringing forth favorable com? ment was the week's increase of OVO| a million In exports of merchandise. Practically the only laggards In Ihc list were the Morgan stocks. Including I the Conlers, Louisville, Atchison pre? ferred and Manhattan. The latter was| weak on threatened in treaai ?! eompi titlon by the Underground...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 30 March 1899

I Iii Pages| IN TWO PARTS, f ?TTT?T' rt-rfyTTTryi * M >f t ' I T T^TTT^TTTTT'T rTTTTTTTT T T T > T ?TTTTfTT TTf f M t THE MOST LOCAL NEWS and the best of it in the VfR- | ciNiAN-Pilot. That's why,i F you see so many people read- \ ing the VlRGlNIAN-PlLpT. i i t. .........- ..... i ._?....?.,. -i.j. * - VOL. II?NO. 153. HOBFOLK, TA., THTJ3JSDAY, MABCH 30, 1809?TWELVE PAGES. three cents per copy LATEST NEWS OF THE WORLD BY TELEGRAPH AND CABLE-! CONTINUED ON PAGES 6 AND 11 WAR IN THE S?MOANJSLANDS The U. S. Cruiser Philadelphia Shells Native Towns. JOtHED BY THE BRSTiSH Hittnnrn nnd His ChloU, Constituting: (lie Provisional Government, En couriised ?>y Uio German Couwui? I'recipitnto IVnr l>y Continuing t? Defy Trenly At??>r tlio Plalliillol? Itbin'n Arrival?Renal? Ignor r III lluiwtmn mill AlliicU .11II11 n ll II, Which llnd linen Fortified by Atiiorlcitua ? Villages Mielli-d by United Hialoa nud Hritisli ships. (By Telegraph to v...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 30 March 1899

THE news OF norfolkON pages TWO, THRE^TveTnD six. JLOST. f ost. ? near the LIBRARY', on XJ Granby street, ?? Black Marten Ear. L(bat il reward ottered If returned to York street._It* "lost, a dog. Lost Thursday afternoon, "\Vbltr> Shaggy Dog, both ears black and black stripe on lower '-rid of baek, also black st-ots on stomach: long, shaggy tall: hclglu about IS Inches; length of body ubout 24 inches. I have raised him since ho was a puppy and am much attached to him. Aged t'. months. Will gtve $10 for his return. MISS LILLIE MYERS, mh2?-3f_4S Avon Street. FOlJiND~ F^OUNTTA^mFTT^^ Point, Chesapcnko Pay, by tug Ashor J. Hudson, ono Fish Boat nnd Bklff. Ownor can get same by applying tto HUDSON & BRO.. CS Roanoke avenue, Norfolk, and pa-ylng costs._mh2S--4t* _BOARDERsT" WANTED. ? BOARDERS IN PRI vnrto family oit 31? Duku street. mh30-8t?_ ANTED, BY GENTLEMAN. ? Room and. board (private family preforred), convenient to business sec? tion, stato terms anil locatio...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 30 March 1899

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES TWO, THREE ^WB^D~BIX WEATH ER REPORT. Washington, March 29.? Forecast for Thursday: For Virginia: Increasing cloudiness, probably rain at night; warmer in southwest portion; variable winds be? coming brisk easterly. For North Carolina: Increasing cloud? iness, probably rain at night; warmer; brisk southeasterly winds. Nortolli ami Vicinity. "WEATHER FORECAST FOR TO-DAY. Fair and a trille warmer: rising tem? perature; northwesterly winds. TEMPERATURE, RAINFALL. ANP HUMIDITY. Maximum temperature* -. f,2 Minimum temperature. 37 Normal temperature. 4> Departure from normal.plus 2 Departure from normal since Jan? uary 1st.minus 02 Rainfall in past 2-1 hours. .15 Rainfall since 1st of mouth.5.13 Mean humidity. 02 CALENDAR. Sun rises 5:53 a. m.; sets G:2C p. m. TIDES. Norfolk: High water 10:51 a. m., 11:25 p.m.: low water ?:00 a. m.. 5:02 p. m. Old Point: High water 10:30 a. m.. 11:04 p. m.*. low water 4:39 a. m., 4:41 r "i._ DIE?. LYON.?At her resid...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 30 March 1899

VIRGINIAN-PILOT. ?BT THE? Virginian and pilot publishing COMPANY. RORFOLK VIRGINIAN AND DAILY PILOT. (Consolidated March, 1S9S.) Entered at tho Postoftlce at Norfolk, V.?., as second-class matter. OFFICE: PILOT UUILDING, CITY HALL avenue. norfolk. va. officers: a. h. ouandy, President: ?I. GLENNAN. V!ce-Fi esldent: W. ?. WILKINSON. Treasurer; JAMES E. AL? LEN Sc-crotary. BOARD OF DIRECTORS: A. H. Granuy, M. Glonnan, L. D. Starke, Jr.. V. W. Shclton. lt. W. Bhultlce, James E. Allen. 1). jj\ Donovan. rilllEKVEMTS rCRCOPT, subscription rates: The VIRGINIAN-PI LOT ts delivered to subscribers by carriers In Norfolk and v:clr.lty Portsmouth, Herkley. SutTolk. West Norfolk. Newport News, for 10 cents per week payable to tho carrier By mall, to any place In tho United dates, postage free: 1>aii.v, one jci?r - ?...00 ?* stx months - 11.00 ?? Ibrrtmontht - ? JUSO one uinuth ? ? ? ??'?O ADVERT1SINO RATES: Advertise? ments lnatrtca nt the rate of 75 cents a Square, first Insertion: e...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 30 March 1899

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES TWO, THREE, FIVE AND SDC COURT DECISIONS. Notes of Cases Recently Decided, Which are of Interest to Our People, DIGESTED BY W. B- MARTIN, (Exclusively for Virginian-Pilot.) RICHMOND U. & E. CO. V. HARRIS. Supreme Court of Appeals of Virginia. February 2, 1S09. A SUB-CONTRACTOR CANNOT EN? FORCES A CLAIM AGAINST A RAILROAD COMPANY FOR EX? TRA WORK DONE BY HIM UN? DER HIS CONTRACT WITH Till'. GENERAL CONTRACTOR FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF THE ROAD. This wp.s a suit in chancery, brought by Harris, to recover from the defend? ant company for extra work done by him in the construction of the railroad of the defendant. A contract had bei n made- with a general contractors to build and cmiip a street railway, and the general contractors made a con? tract with Harris as sub-contractor to do the work. The claim set up was for extra, work done by Harris under this contract made by him with the general contractors. The lower court gave a decree in favor of H...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 30 March 1899

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES TWO, THREE. FIVE AND STY BR?M?LETOH WARD. Mr. George M. Meredith, who has Ixen 111 at his home, on North Park avenue, for the past week, with pneu? monia, was reported better last night. Rev. Dr. A. E. Owen? preached at gpurgeon Memorial Baptist Church last night, by request, on "What Will Take Place During the Mellenlum?" The largo congregation listened with dose attention to the eloquent words of the preacher. Virginian-Pilot must be rapidly y: ahead," said a gentleman to the l : crier last night, as nearly every i he had been he found the paper In the homes of the people. The re 1 ::;!? smiled pleasantly and answered that the people are in search of the i i i.p and know where to lind it. .'. 1 asket party will bo given at the ; Ith reo of Miss Lucille Sanderlln, No. J13 North Maltby avenue, to-night for the benefit of Trinity M. E. Church. Brambleton Independent Demo n itlc Club will meet at their club ms, on West Brambleton avenue, at I lock to-night...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 30 March 1899

the news from the old north state and Its capital RALEIGK'S DAILY NE WS^ BUDGET The State Guard Soon to Be Reorganized, FIRST REGIMENT'S RETURN l o y \ i In- I'. i|i ii i>i in us Wnnl n Content ?Copper Mines Kcnr Gold Hill ? Industrial Progress at Koxboro Itrlcf Menllon-Colonel Curr Do-i Ins Jury Daly?New School For JMn limn I in- 'J'lirco C's Hnllrnud, Raleigh, N. C., March 23.?With the return of the Pirst Nortli Carolina Ueg lment the State Guard will practically be re-organized. This will be particularly true as to the present Second Regiment, which is the old Fourth, from which tho First North Carolina Volunteer Regiment, Just returned from Cuba, was com? posed. And it Is the. return and muster out of the First Regiment that will cause the re-organlsntlon. Of course, Col. Armflcld will become Its colonel and the other vacancies also will be filled from the First Regiment. And under them the new Second will undoubtedly become the cruck regiment of the State. These offi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 30 March 1899

NEWS FROM RICHMOND AND OTHER PARTS OF VIRGINIA. Investigating Maryland Depredators in Virginia Waters. THE PUBLISHERS ADJOURN A Pntbella Story nn Tolrt by Fntlier of Virginia Volunteer ? Interest* Ins Meeting of Confcitcrnto morlal Noclety?Rnprcma Court t'nan-Norfolk mict Wo*toru v*. Olil Coniluloo BniiciiKO t'oluimny. I (Special to Virginian-Pilot) Richmond, Va., March 23.?Governor Tyler had a caller to-day who told a story of deepest pathos, and one which had many of the characteristics of fic? tion, save that it was true. The Governor's caller was Mr. C. F. Hall, an old man who resides near Montnellcr, in Hanover county. He Is now well advanced In years. His figure is bent with ase, and his hard hands Indicate that labor has also helped to bow his once erect form. The clothes he wore were old, and faded; bnt they looked neat, becuuso of being so well patched. The old man came to tell the Gov? ernor the story of his son's death, and ask for help in obtaining money due him from the...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 30 March 1899

THE NEWS FROM VIRGINIA CONTINUED FROM PAGE EIGHT. NEWPORT NEWS. Name Selected For the New ' Theatre. >orlolt<t Newport Newa, Pctembiir:; nmi itlchmoiHi Form n Circuit? I5n?cbnll~Tlio Itcallli Munition 31." m n tun Will Welcome Soldiers Newport News, Va., March 20.?The name oC the theater that will be built at the comer of Washington avenue and Thirty-third street by air. AI. Withers .and will be leased by Messrs. G. B. A. Hooker anil Thomas G. Leath, ?will be known as the Academy of Mu Ble. After considering several names Messrs. Honker and Leath decided that Academy of Music was the one for their house. ( In futuro when shows are booked for this section of Virginia, they will play a circuit of four Academies of Music Newport News, Richmond, Norfolk and Petersburg. The last three aro leased outright by Mr, Leath and in the New? port News house he has an Interest with Mr. Booker, who controls the lease and will be the manager for the new house. BASEBALL TO-MORRO...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 30 March 1899

PORTSMOUTH LOC?CTsl^W?^ AND ADVERTlSEMErxjTR CHRONICLES OF INTEREST Portsmouth, The Beautiful City By the Sea. i OUND HERE AND THERF 10 l.nlesl II ii |i pr ??! Ii Ii? in Iii? ?Ii. ami < oiillly Presen I oil in t'oilClKi [ orm Fur Hu' KUIIlciilliiu nf Vir? hi ii inn* I'll nt Kondors 15 en' mi. i:isun'Uoro - <Sos?i|i For I'cop u ii ii Desire to Keep Posted, i young bloods, one Crom Norfolk, ? oilier from Portsmouth, wer?, before Justice llnyne? Tuesduj . .? i iti:iilt on me sidewalk in lllu . 'I'liey were let oft with costs. . John C. Nlemeyer will sell at .?..im on \Vciluesd y, April Bib, . ;fi- of lots on the iilnt of the . ? rtsmouth Land Company. The !?? liu i on Llndshy uveuue, ? .-hell i 'a-1 ami Elm street, and ? ti et. See add. .., . ivcment was reported yes ti... condition of Mr. Herman /er, who has been conllned to ? it Swimming Point by 111 the pnst ten days, b- Kiss ICvnus arrested n no? il I "olphus Williams at Deep nj ? ii suspii ion of ids be i d n...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 30 March 1899

PORTSMOUTH ADVERTISEMENTS. [Continued.] TWO CARGOES NEWLY MINED f STOVE, coal. * and GRATE w. s j. phrker, CRAWFORD AND COUNTY STREETS. A PAIR OF NICKEL PLATED SCISSORS FREE! A pair of Scissors will be given to every customer who spends 50c. in my store Monday, March 27th. Special sale of White Spread3. $1.23 quality for Sflc; $1.00 quality lor 75c. A first-rate Quilt for 50c. All 26c. Fancy Dress Goods to be sold at 15c. per yard. A full line of Light Windsor Ties. The best line of Infants' Muslin Caps In the city. Spring shades In Kid Gloves. The best 9Sc. Glove to bo found; every pair warranted. A line assortment ol All-Wool Black Goods, Serges. Ilenrlcttas.Cheviots, etc., on hand. White Goods a specialty. TERMS CASH. _320 HIGH STREET. WE CAW ''DlKt IIP! [111 out. FIVE OF THE BEST MADE tt?MSif J BICYCi -/SIL We can Call and let us talk ihe matter over, you money. W. N. WHITE, Portsmouth. Va. save EASTER CARDS, BOOKLETS Catholic and Episcopal Prayer Books. Fancy Coocls anri Brlc-a...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 30 March 1899

Review oe the Markets, Shipping News and Real Estate Bustnfss: FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL StocKs, Money, Exchange, Bonds, Grain, Cotton, Provisions, Etc. New York, March 29.?The. bull move? ment In stocks which started Saturday received its ilrst material check short? ly before noon to-day. The' dealings were considerably above the million share mark, with nearly a quarter of n million of the transactions in Brook? lyn Rapid Transit. The sensational ad- I Vance In the forenoon brought about realizing sales on an enormous scale | In Ilia late session. Foreign exchange was strong and higher, especially on I short bills. There was no satisfactory | supply of commercial bills, and the April settlements were given as a reason for tho Increased remitting de? mand which was said to be unconnect? ed with any anticipation of the settle? ment of the Philippine Indemnity money. There was a Hurry In call money which went as high a<s seven per cent, and closed at ?>Vj per cen...

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