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FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL
Stocls, Money, Exchange, Bonds, Grain,
Cotton, Provisions, Etc.
New York, Jan. 4.?Stocks were re?
actionary in tho lorenoon, but forged
strongly upward in the afternoon, led
by high priced specialties, including |
Brooklyn Transit, Sugar and Tobacco.
The opening was irregular, with a ten?
dency both here and in London to take
proilts, and prices reacted ?moderately
after the initial trading. Professional
traders sought diligently to reach stop
loss orders. Many shares eased off
considerably, but a number of stocks
showed marked resistance, notably
Brooklyn Transit, Pullman, Plttsburg,
Cincinnati, Chicago and St. Louis, and
Great Northern preferred. St. Paul
maintained a point advance on Its re?
markable statement for the fourth
?week in December, showing an increase
Of nearly $252,000 in gross earnings.
A better tone developed in the aft?
ernoon end continued until the close.
Brooklyn Transit made a total gain of
eight points on its showing of an In?
crease of $664,657 In its gross earnings
for the year. There were insistent ru?
mors of a pending deal, which Insiders
would not discuss, but there were In?
timations that tho control of surface
and elevated lines In Brooklyn might
oome into the hands of tho company.
Plttsburg, Cincinnati, Chicago nnd St.
Louis advanced three Points on con?
fident buying, which, it was conjectur?
ed, was due to a desire of tho parent
company, (Pennsylvania) to form a
closer with Its Western lines. While
there were lnrge gains In many cases
and the closing was strong, the ad?
vance In standard shares was generally
moderate. The rise in wheat stimulated
Interest. In many of ihe Western rail?
road shares. The advance of ." points In
American Tobacco was unaccompanied
by any new developments In th" prop?
erty. There were large purchases by in?
terests idcntillcd with the company,
and tho movement was thought to be
manipulated agn'lnst the short Interest
which hns recently been created by
the formation of rival concerns. The
Reading stocks were pressed for sale
f In the early hours, and declined uharp
' ly. These shares failed in respond to-|
the subsequent general show of
strength.
The bond market lapsed Into dullness
to-day, but there is no abatement of
. the recent pronounced strength. Total
sales, $3,355,000.
U. S. 2's registered declined % and
tho 3's and the now 4's registered %
in the bid price. U. S. new 4's coupon
advanced %.
The total sales of ntocks were 736,
700 shares.
NEW YORK STOCK MARKET.
St Ii and SP.. 8% |
St. 1. and 8 P,
pref.G7
St. I, and S F,
2d pref.33% I
?, St. 1. and 8 W Oft
C and O . 25% St. I. and 8 W,
C and A .170 pref. .17%
C, B and Q ....125%| 8t Paul .121%
C and B I . 5*4*; St! Paul, pref. 166%
C and E I, pre 113
Atchison .18*41
A, prer.51%'
B and O . 67tt
Can. Paclile .... 85%
Can. Southern . 54
Cen. Pacific .... 42%
C O W . 16
C, I and L .... S
C, I and L, pro 32
O end N W ....142
C and N W.prc 1S.".\4
C C C and St L 42?,,
C C C nnd Bt L
pref.M
D nnd H .105%
D, Ii and W ....158
D and R G .... 10%
D nnd R G, pre 70>/,
Erie (new) . 14%
E (new) 1st pre* 37*4
Ft. Wayne .175
G N, pref.Ulli
Hocking Val. .. 3%
Illinois Central 1M!4
L E and W .... 20
L E nnd W.pre 71
Lake Share _106%
L and N .64%
Manhattan "1." DSli
Met. St. R'y ..191M
. Mich. Central ..111
M and St H .... 3t!'ii A T, pref.132
M nnd St. L. 1st I Con. tins .It'4
pref.fl'V C C O .175
Mo. Pacific .... 44** C P and I .... 32%
M and O . 32 i C. T and I. pie 80
M, K and T .... 14% Cen. Electric .. !?.'.'
M,K nnd T. pre 3D 1 II C C . 57-f
N. J. Central ... OT*A Illinois Steel .. ?
N. Y. Central ..122','. Int'n'l P iper .. 84',? I
St P Hiid Q .... 92*4
St P and O.pre 167
St. P M and M 180
So. Pacific .3314 I
So. Railway .. 10% I
So. R'y, pref. . 41%
T and P .18%
Union Pacific . 42?(,
11 P, pref.73%
U P D nnd G .. 12%
Wahash . 7%
Wabash, pref. 22%
W and L E.... 5% \
W and I. E.pro 23
EX. COMPANIES.
Adams Ex.108
Amer.'cnn Ex. .142
U. 8. Ex.53
Wells Pargo ..127
MISCELLANEOUS.
A C O . 34?;
A O O. pref. .. N-i
A S . 14%
A S pref.:t.s
\ T .147
1 P, pref.
ljt Clede (las
land .
Lead, pref.IHVi
Minn. Iron
N Y, C nnd St 1. 14
N Y,C and 8t L.
1st pref.73
N Y.C and St L,
2d prof.31
N and W . I9%| N L ? . 8%
N and W, pref. 03 j Pacific Mall .. 4I'V
. N A c . 7 ! People's Gas ..HOtt
No. Pnc'fie _4;'>V l'ullniaii Pal. ..163
N P. prf'f.77',? Sliver Or. .69%
O nnd W . l?'ki S R and T .... 9
O/R und N .... .".n 1 Sugar .115*4
OS L . 41 I Bufcnr, pref. ...lli>j
'P C, 1st pref. .. 83% T C and I .... 37
P C 2d pref. .. 64 II 8 Leather .. 7
' Plttsburg .lf?t I II S L. Ptef. ..71%
Reading .23 I) S Rubber .. 43ft
R. Ist pref.58% V 8 It. pref. ..III?
R G W . 2f.%| W C .?3%
R G W. pref. .. 65 Federal Steel .. 54?j
Rock island ....HSV V S. pref.85%
NEW YORK MONEY MARKET.
New York, Jan. 4.?Money on call
firm at 3@4 per cent.; last loan at 3
per cent.; prime mercantile paper, Rffli
4 per cent.: sterling exchange Btcndy,
with actual business in bankers' hills
Ot 4.84%(fJ I.S4>.(j for demand, and at
4.81*4@'4.82 fur sixty days; posted
rates, 4.8216 nnd 4.35%; commercial
bills, 4.8016*14.81; bar silver. 58%; Mcxl
enn dollars. 46%: Government bonds, ir?
regular; Stale bonds. Inactive; railroad
bonds, strong.
BOND MARKET.
United States 8's . 107% I
United States nt w 4's, res. 128%
United ?Ute? new 4's, coup, . I29'4
' United States 4'S . 111%
United States I s, coup. 1124
United Stales 2's . '?'".
United States .*?'?, reg. 112%
United States 5's, coup. 112*4
?Vint nia centuries . 82%
Virginia deferred . 7
NEW YORK PRODUCE MARKET.
New York, Jan. 4.?Flour again
quiet, but reflected modoratelj the
strength In wheat. Rye flour, Iti'in.
Buckwheat flour, emy. Buckwheat,
quiet. Corn meal, ?teady. Rye, stca ly.
Barley, firm. Uli.at Spot, strung:
No. 2 red, 80%c. Corn?Spot, steady;
No. 2. 44044*40. (tats Spot, dull; No.
3, 83%o. Beef steady. Cut mens,
quiet. Lard, firmer; Western steamed,
J5.95; January, $5.87% nominal; refitted,
llrm. Pork. firm. Butter, firm: West?
ern creamery,16(f>21c. ; factory, 12(91 l%c.;
Elglns, 21c; hnlta'tion creamery, I3(Q
37c; State dairy. )3"nlSc*. Cheese,
steady; large white, 10%c. Eggs, firm;
State and Pennsylvania, 30c.; Wesl im
fresh, 2?e.; Southern, 27%?28e. Cotton.
" seed oil. steady; prime crude, 17%@
lac.'i do yellow, 22{f22%r. Spot coffei
Rio, weak and lower; No. 7 invoice.
6%c: No. 7 jobb.tig. 7.*.; mild, easy;
Cordova. 7%ft-15c. Sugar?Raw, Irreg?
ular; fair refining, 3 13-lfic: centrifu
ga.l, 06 test. 4 5-i6c; molnases sugar,
3 9-18c; refined, unsettled.
TRUCK MARKET.
New York, Jan. 4.?Potatoes, stondy.
Jerseys. $1.12%@>l:fi0; New York, 81.25?
1.62%; Long Island, $1.75(22.00; Sweets-,
Jerseys, 21.26@2.50. Cabbage, steady at
?2.00@4-00 per one hundred.
BALTIMORE GRAIN MARKET.
Baltimore. Jan. 4.?Flour, dull and
steady; unchanged. Wheat, firm;
spot and month, 76ft<9>76,,ic.; Febru?
ary, 76ft@76*4c; May. 76ftc. bid; South?
ern wheat by sample, 72<3>77u. Corn,
Bteady; spot and month, 41ft<g'41%c.;
February, 4lft@41ftc; Southern white
and yellow, 38ft@41ftc. Oats, firm; No.
2 white, 34ftc. Rye. steady; No. 2
nearby, D7ftc; No. 2 Western, 61c.
CHICAGO MflRKBT.
Wheat, Corn. Oats, Provisions. Lard, Short
Ribs, Btc
Chicago, January 4.?Export clear?
ances, diminishing receipts and predic?
tions of a cold wave, caused a sharp
advfcnco to-day In wheat. May closed
with a gain of %c Corn advanced %c,
and oats ftc. Pork lost 2ftc; lnrd ad?
vanced 2ftc. Ribs are unchanged.
The leading futures ranged as follows:
Open. High. I^ow. Clos.
Wheat No. 2?
Jan. 67% f>S% (77% ?Kft
May . 70% 7l4i 70% 71%
July . o;>% ??Vi 68% 6l>%
Corn No. 2?
J?n. mi 35ft 35% 85ft
May . 37% 37% 37?, 37%
July . 37-.? as 37W 37T?
Oats No. 2?
May . 27% 27% 27ft 2714
July . 20% Stf% 26 'M'/i
Mess Pork, per barrel
Jan.10.i>7% 10.16 10.07% 10.15
May .10.30 10.15 10.30 10.15
I^trd, per 100 pounds
Jan.5..V) 5.fi2ft 5.50 r.. ?'21 ?'.
May .H.75 6.87% 5.75 6.87ft
Short R:bs, per 100 pounds
Jan.4.7.". 4.82ft 4.75 4 R2> i
May . 5.05 6.15 5.05 5.15
Flour firm; No. 2 Spring wheat. 66ft C.;
No. 3 Spring wheat, 64@68c.; No. 3 red,
70{f71c.; No. 2 corn, 36Mc-i No. 2 oats,
26*4027c; No. 2 white, 2914030c; No.
S white, 28ft@29ftc. No. 2 rye, 54ftc;
No. 2 barley, 39C?50c.; No. 1 flaxseed,
1.12ft; new, 1.16ft; prime timothy seed,
2.10; mess pork, per barrel, 10.15@10.20;
lard, per 100 pounds, 5.60Tf5,G2ft; short
rib sides, loose, 4.7u@n.00; dry salted
shoulders, 4%C'f4%c.; short clear sides,
boxed, 5.05@5.15: whiskey, distillers'
finished goods, per gallon, 1.27; sugars,
cut loaf, unchanged.
On the Produce Exchange to-day the
Butter Market was linn; creams, Ufa
20ft c; dairies, 120'lSe.; eggs firm; fresh,
'NAVAL STORES.
Savannah,Ga..January 4.?Spirits tur?
pentine quiet, at 44c: rosin firm. Quote:
A, B, C, D. E, F, 1.00; G. 1.10: H. 1.30;
t, 1.40; K, 1.55; M, 1.65; N, 1.75; W, O,
2.05; W, 2.30.
Wilmington, N. C, January 4.?Spir?
its turpentine firm, at 43<5"43ftc; rosin
firm, at 97ft?fl.02ft: crude turpentine,
firm, 1.30, 2.30 and 2.30; tar firm, 1.10.
The Cotton Markets.
NEW YORK COTTON MARKET.
New York, Jan. 4.?English cables |
hard'ly met expectations, spot quota?
tions at Liverpool being scarce!) sup?
ported, while the future market there
was finally ft point lower. The sub?
stantial featui? of the cable news was
the continued full sales to spinners, to?
day's aggregate being 12,000 bales Un?
der this Influence the opening call here
started oft at a decline of a point or
two, but tho feeling became firmer as
tho call progressed, with the finish
showing an advance of 2 points on tne
remote positions. Subsequently the
market worked within narrow lluctua
t Ions, and showed a Jack of outside I
interest. Wall street buying, which for |
some time past has been a supporting
factor, was not a feature to-day. Im?
mediately following the call the mar?
ket sagged, and at one time showed a|
loss of two points, reports of less fa?
vorable conditions in Southern spot
markets, of improved weather condi?
tions in the cotton belt and receipts i
meeting expectations, contributing to
the easier feeling. Later, shorts be?
came a little norvous, and steadied the
market materially on buying following
indications of light receipts and con?
tinued cheering accounts from cotton j
goods markets and New England spin?
ning districts. The mairket closed quiet
and steady, 2 points higher to 2 lower.
New York. Jan. 4.?Cotton futures I
opened steady. January, 5.49; Febru- [
ary, 5.50; March, 5.52; April, 5.50; May,
5.60; June, 5.63; July. 5.65; August. 5.69;
September, 5.64; October, 5.66; Novem?
ber, 5.65.
Closed quiet and steady. January,
5.48: February. 6.41); March, 5.52; April.
6.56; May, 5.5!); June, 5.63; July, 6.65;
August, 5.6S; September, 5.64; October,
5.65; November, 5.66.
Spot closed steady at the opening
prices; sales, 1,961 bales.
New York, Jan. 4.?Cotton steady;
middling. 5%; net receipts, 1,209; gross,
2,909; sales, 1,961; stock, 83,229.
Total to-day?Net receipts, 56,777; ex?
ports to Great Britain, 66,261; Fiance,
8,907; Continent, 12,539; stock, 1,236,612
Consolidated?Net receipts, 214,40.">;
exports to Great Britain, 140,171;
France, 29,194; Continent, 51,656.
Total since September 1.?Net re-1
celpts, 5,954,888; exports to Great Br|-|
tain, 2,32:1,931; France, 484,45S; Conti?
nent, 1,542,094.
LIVERPOOL COTTON MARKET.
Liverpool, Jan. 4.-4 p. in.?Cotton,
spot good business done ami prices
barely supported; American middling,
'?' 3-82d.
The snles of the day were 12.000 bales,
of which 1,000 were for speculation and
export, and included 10.600 American,
Receipts, B.000 bales, including 4,000
A merlcan.
Futures opened quiet, with a mode?
rate demand, and closed quiet but
steady. American Middling; January,
3 0l-64d. seller; January and February,
3 0l-6ld- seller; February and March,
3 03 64d. buyer; March and April,
3 03-64d. buyer; April and May, 3 04-64d,
buyer; May and June, :i 05-64d, buyer'
June ami July, 06-G4d. buyer jH|y
and August, 3 07-64d. seller; August and
Soptoinber, 3 07-G4<jJ>.1 08-64d. sellers
September and October. 3 08-64d, seller'
October and November. 3 08-64d. buyer'
November and December, 3 08-64A
3 09-04d.
Norfolk Cotton Market.
f.'
"1-16
Norfolk, Ya.. Jan. 4, 1S9S.
1399. ' is<>8.
tone- .Dull, Quiet
Good middling .;.\ Z" 1
Middling .:,\
Low middling .1 i5-]6
Cond ordinary .p4
Sat** .' 302 " filJ
Receipts . . 2 ?83 '> i?\
Shipments . 7^421 jjen
Stock. . 39,123 90i?24
* COTTON RECEIPTS.
_ . Thro, ttocal. Total
Seaboard Air Lino. ... 187 tiii7 854
Norfolk & Southern . liM 151 348
Norfolk A Carolina . 47 326 ;.7s
Atlantic *i Danvillo . - 15 1?
Southern Railway ... 723 :.r,s l.gfio
Steamers . ? li U
Total .1,150 1.715 sTsta
AMONG OUR COTTON MEN.
Liverpool futures closed quiet and
steady, % point decline. Spot sales,
12,000 bales, against 12,000 bales last
year.
New Orleans future market declined
1 point. March, 5.13.
New York future market declined 1 to
2 points, closing quiet and steady.
March, 6.6206.63; May, G.59?f?.60; Au?
gust, 6.08{?5.69.
Norfolk received yesterday 2,865 bales
cotton, against 2,401 bales lust year.
Receipts at Houston to-day estimated
at 4,600 to 5,000 bales, against 6,868 bales
last year.
New Orleans receipts to-day esti?
mated at 5,000 to 6.000 bnles, ngaiust
15.276 bales Inst your.
Receipts at United States ports yes?
terday were 56,777 bales, against 44,523
bales In 1898.
Rar silver In London unchanged?
27'id.?against 26??<1. last year.
Exports of cotton continues very
heavy, amounting so far this week to
221.021 bales, against 131,140 last year.
Port stocks last evening wore 28,001
bales less than last year.
NORFOLK MftRKcTS.
For Grain, tlaij, Groceries, Provision
<> u <>( in I it u* nt M Imlctnlo Prien?,
tnilea* other trine ?tutoil. ?ml price*
nresubject to ttnetUMtloia l.i market
GRAIN. IT AT. ETC.
CORN?White. 41c: from store, 45c;
mixed. 3Sc.; from store, 43c.
MIEL. PEED?.Market striidy; bran,
from storo. 15.50; middling, from store,
lti.00; shlpstufl. 1C 00.
OATS?Steady; mixed. 35; white. 37. v
HAY?No. 1. ?12.00 per ton; No. 2, 511.00
per ton, trotn store.
MILLED RICE?a3 to grades?6Ji to
?%.
COUNTRY PRODUCE. FRUITS. ETC.
POULTRY?Live dull; chlckets, old, 22?
:.')c.; spring chickens, dull, at 12018c;
ducks, mud, 20c.; turkeys, live, 10c;
dressed, laUftMc
EGGS-Finn. 22c.
HUTTER?Good country, 12 to 15c.
HAMS?Quiet; Sinithfiold, fancy, 15 to
lCc: Virginia, country, 10 to 13c; good
North Carolina, 10 to 12',-ic
POTATOES?Northern. $1.50 per barrel;
new sweets. Dayman, 05(|}i5c. per bar?
rel: yellow- 60070c.
CABBAGE?$l.?5$f2.00 per sugar barrel.
ONIONS?$1.76 to J-iOO per barrel.
APPLES?Northern. $3.00 to $4.50 per bbl.
LEMONS?$3.50 per box.
PEACHES?None
LIMES? $1.50 per pecK.
-PINE APPLE?- M to-tSe.; Florida. L50
to 4.00 per case.
CALIFORNIA ORANGES - Feedings.,
$3.50 to tiv>: Jamaica, 43.50 per box.
PEANUT?Market firm; new fancy,
2%c.: strictly prime. 2%C.: prime, 2'4e.:
common, IV602C.; Spanish, 62c. pe r bushel
PEAS?Blackcye, new, $1.00 per bag.
ROUGH RICE?Per bushel r,? to 75c.
MILLED RICE? As to grades. 5*406ttC.
2%c.; strictly prime, 2>.ic.: prlmu, 2Vfcc;
common, l\i01*ic.; Spanish. 6UC. p?ir
bushel.
COCOANUTS?100 to bag, $3.25.
OROCERIES.
COFFEE?Market firm at I'ic advance
from lowest; common By&08*4o.; fair,
9*HT10?4c; Laguayra, 12%S13Vic; Java. 234p
24 c
FLOUR?Market very strong, with up?
ward tendency; spring wheat, fancy
patent, $4.50; winter wheat, stand?
ard patent, $4.25; winter wheat, half
patent, $3.S0; winter wheat, best straight,
$3.70; winter wheat, family, $3.60: winter
wheat, fnir to good grades of extrn, $3.50;
to $3.60; winter wheat, super, 88.15 to $3.25
MEAL?Per bag 100 lbs., 97c; SO lb. bags,
91c.
BUTTER?Prime to choice grades. 24c.
fair to good grades. 30 to 21c; fair grades.
15 to 19c.
CHEESE?Higher; largo full crenm,
UtfiUMic: small full cream. UV4'f712c.
SUGAR?Market steady nt the decline.
Out of town prices dependent on do
lively rates to different points. Patent
Cubes, 6.23; Powdered, 5.23; Extra Fine
Granulated, 6.23; Fine Granulated. 6.10;
Standard Granulated. 6.10; Confectioners'
A 4.9S; Keyslono A, 4.73; American A,
4.73; Centennial A; 4.73: California
4.60; Franklin It, 4 60: Keystone 11. 4.51:
American B. 1.4!*: Centennial It, 4.41; Cali?
fornia B, 4.3.".; Franklin Extra C, 4.2s;
Keystone Extra C, 4.2S; American Extra
C, 4.2S: Centennial Extra C 4.2S; Cali?
fornia Extra o. 4.2v: Franklin C, $4.28.
SYRUPS AND MOLASSES ? Market
firmer at the ndvnnce; syrup, good to
choice. 20Q22: lower grade syrup, 12015;
molasses, Porto Ri-jo. Ili{f27; molasses,
Cuban, none: New Orleans; fair to choice,
16 to 3C; common, 12 to 14.
PROVISIONS.
BULK MEATS ? Market advanced
sharply: rib sides. 5*40.; bellies, eastern,
6",c; belies, western. 6">.c.
DRY sali: jowles- r;c.
PORK PLATES?5%c ?
HAM PORK?P"r barrel, $10.75.
MESS PORK?New. none; mess, old.
$9.5o
LARD?Pure butchers'. In tierces, BJ4c;
pure western In tierces. Be; SO-lh tubs ainl
50-lh tins 140. more; compound lard, ffi
tierces 4*ie; SO-lb tulis and GO-lb t:ns,
V<c. more.
WOOl/?Unwashed. ISc.; bulky. 3 to 7c.
IcSsl Wishivl auul. 25c.. Iil.uk. \2>,ir.. tj IC.
HIDES?G. S.. 7V.-: preen. 6*?; tiry lint,
14; drv salt, 11V4; damaged 7.
SALT FISH.
HERRING?Now Eastern Oross, per
barrel, $4.0004.25: mullets. 100 kegs, $2 7.":
spots, loo kci,'H, $3.75; mackerel, fat No. 2,
$21.00.
FRESH FISH.
Spots, $2.00 per hundred; croakers, per
pound, 4c: Taylors. 4c. per pound: pan
fish per pound. 3 to 4c.: baking fish, per
pound. 5 to 8c.; flounders, per pound, s to
4c; shecpshead.'5 to .sc.; bluonsh, 1 to 5e
per pound: speckled trout, 5 to i.e.; large
rock, per pound, 10 to 12Vjc; pan rock, 5
to Gc; Spanish mackerel, ISc.
LARGE PROFITS, GOOD INVESTMENT.
BUY MAY WHEAT.
WILL SELL FOR $1.00 LATER.
$50 Invested In May Wheat by our
Safety Method of Speculation, will pay
j.vmi proilts by May 1st, Wheat la low.
and now is the time to buy. Will sill 1>\
May nt $1.00 Write for particulars.
INVESTORS CO., Lock ilex 705, Haiti
more. Md. d< 10-c d-Sm
1 Nassau Street Cor. Wall St
NEW YORK.
I New York Slock Bxrhnnge,
Members of < New York Cotton Exchange,
I Chicago Hoard OfTradt.
Orders executed c:i aboveExchanges in
BONDS, STOCKS, GRAIN
AND
COTTON.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
dealers IN
HAY, GRAIN, SI RAW
?AND?
MILL T=EE5D
l^arge stock on hand and in transit
SELECTED SEED oats ani> SEED
RYE in STOCK.
NO. 1 TIMOTHY hay always ON
hand.
P. GRHNDY
?q2> RQHNOKE DOCK
FORT CALENDAR
F??,Tn.E MONTH OP JANUARY. 1899.
\ ARD, NOR KOK, VA.
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Sunrise and sunset arc computed for the
Vlslblo rising and sotting; the observer's
eye 15 feet abovo sea-lovel und view un?
obstructed.
In the tide columns, Oh. 00m. Is mid?
night: 12 h 00m. In noon.
Small tides range 1.5 to 2.2 feet rise;
average tides, 2.3 to 2.9 feet; great tides,
3.0 to 3.5 feet, dales from north to cast
cause extreme hlxh tides.
MOON'S PHASES:
Phase.
I Day|Ilour| Mln.| Terlotl.
New Moon.| 11 | ? | 50 | Evening
First Quarter ..I 1.8 I 11 I 30 IMornlng
Full M-oon .1 2*1 1 2 1 31 [Evening
Third Quarter ..| 4 | 10 | 22 ]Evrnlng
SH1PPIBG REPORT,
foreign mill UesttWlsBi
ARRIVED.
British strap. Sylvlana, Wyatt, West
Ilartlepool, kainit.
British stmp. Olenloig, Wallace, Rot?
terdam, to load.
Sehr. Howard A. Hunt, Hawkins,
New York, light.
Sehr. Maria Pearson, Morris, New
York. "Cement (to navy yard).
Sehr. James C. Clifford, Mills, New
York, light (see disasters).
Sehr. Fred Jackson. Johnson, New
York, light (see disasters).
Sehr. Fannie Tracy, Htckman, New
York, light.
Sehr. William McGoc. Feat-sail,*Now
York, nitrates (for American Fertilizer
Co.).
Sehr. Mabel Rose, Walton, New York,
light.
Sehr. E. M. Skinner, Skinner, Balti?
more, coal.
Sehr. Carrie, Frazler, Reltlmore,
coal.
Sehr. Watchful, -, Baltimore, coal
(to Old Point).
CLEARED. ?
British stmp. Sylvlana, Wyatt, New?
port News, in ballast.
Sehr. Spartan, Thomas, Baltimore,
light (for coal).
Sehr. Edward E. Brlry, Ross, Balti?
more, light (for coal).
Sehr. N. H. Burrow, Lowery, James
river, light (see charters).
Bge. C. T. Rowland, Makeleyvllle, N.
C bay and grain.
Bro. Kingston, New London, coal.
Bgc. Rondout, New London, coal.
Bge. Frank Pendleton, New Bedford,
coal.
SAILED.
British stmp. Sylvlana, Wyatt, New?
port News.
Sehr. Harbison Hickman, Wallace,
New York.
Sehr. Spartan, Thomas, Baltimore.
Sehr. Ed. E. Brlry, Boss. Baltimore.
Sehr. N. 11. Burrow, Lowery, James
river.
CHARTER,
Bohr, N. II, Burrow, Captain Lowery,
chartered to loud pine wood near Clnre
mont, James river, to New York, at
better than $2.50 per cord.
DISASTERS.
Sehr. Rebecca Sheppard,-. In col?
lision With schooner Fred Jackson,
<'ap;ain Johnson, off Thimble Light,
Chesapeake bay. Tuesday night. Fred
Jackson lost jib-boom and had bow?
sprit damaged: will repair hero.
Sehr. James C. Clifford, CaptnJn Mills,
arrived; lost anchor In late storm; will
replace same here.
ALBEMARLE AND CHESAPEAK1
-CANAL A 111 M V A1 .S:
NORTH B( ?UND,
Stmr. M. J. Jory. North Carolina to
Norfolk, raft logs.
BOUTHBOUND.
Stmr. J. W. Murray, Norfolk to
North Carolina, towing.
Bge. A. J. Murray, Norfolk to North
Carolina, light.
Bge. Portsmouth, Norfolk to North
Carolina, light.
Importers ot a Larae Lot
?OF FIRST- CLASS?
SPUN OAKUM
F. M. PEED &. SON,
Water street and Itoanoke Dock.
Henry Walke
saw mill;
And Railroad Supplies,
HARDWARE AND SHIP CHANDLERY
"Giant" and "Giant Planer," Leather
Belting, "Olant," "Granite." and "Sliaw
mit" Rubbi r Belting.
\ .? in for Knowles' Steam Pumping
Machine. _ocU-tf
Norfolk Iron Works,
GEO. W. DUVAL & C0?
NO. 15 WATER STREET, NORFOLK.
KV '.INKS, BOILER8, SAWMILL and
iill kind* of machinery Ol the most im?
proved patterns. Also repairing at the
siiort? st notice, Particular attention to
steamboat work. DUVAL'S PATENT
ROILER TUBE FERRULES arc the
only perfect remedy f r leaky holler
tubes. They oui be inserted in a few
minutes by any engineer, and are war?
ranted to stop leaks.
l REEVES WOOD PULLEYS
?WILL NOT?
? SLIP ON THE SHAFT.
? THE PORTER-McNEAL CO,
BYRD. BALDWIN & CO.,
BE.XT A I. AtiKNTM. lioo'isr: am):;;l
lUDIIINUT?t.\ Uli I.IH.N'U.
t. U A.\ j: y NT It E KT.
FOR RENfc.
DWELLINGS.
Mobry Arch, Ghent.
$100.
Warren Crescent,
Ghent. $50.
Graydon u.V., Ghent,
$25.
Rawlolgh, avenue,
Ghent, $30.
$9 Holt street, $37.50.
91 Holt St.. $33.
132 Cumberland $25.
73 Falkland. $22.50
707 Tunstnll ave, $H.
SO!) Highland $12.50.
34.0 Corprew uv., $11.
423 Cornrew av.. $7.501
S Cecelia av.. $9.50.
14 Cecelia av., $3.50.
16 Cecelia av., $9.50.
37 Cecelia av., $9.50.
ROOMS.
402 Main St., $12.50.
5S6 E. Main St., $7.50.
337 Church St., $6.50.
331 Church St., $3.00
S2 Bank St.. $12.50.
Front et.. A.Clty, $7.
436 Highland, $7.50.
6 Cecelia av.. $4.50.
136 Maple av.. $7.00.
110 Falkland $6.50.
114 Falkland. $6.50.
116 Falkland, $6.50.
STORES.
331 Church St., $40.
337 Church St., $40.
300 Granby st., $25.
310 Granby st., $25.
314 Grnnby St.. $20.
$2 Bank st., $40.
OFFICEB.
105 Granby St., $25.
West Bid.. Main
and Church sts.
Haddincton Bid..
Grnnby street.
Warehouses 149, 131
Water street.
Stables. 4?0 Main
St.. $5.00.
W. R. PEHTRESS & SON,
Genera! Real Estate and Rental Agents
18 BANK STREET. SECOND FLOOR.
FOR RENT
DWELLINGS
199 Boush St.. $25.
House on l)unean|
avenue, $2).
Hotisn on Groydonj
avenue, $"">
House on Frankllnj
avenue, $1S.
M Falkland St.. $20.
30 Brown St.. $22.50.1
lfiO Bermuda st.. $n.
215 Brown ave . $15.]
123 Church St., $22.50.
K4 Virginia at.. $10.50.
127 Charles st., $7.
412 Baxter ave., $6.
STORES
416 Main st,
OS Brewer st. $25.
stalls and room for three carriages.
Southern States Tclcphone
TO INVESTORS.?Wo an offer several
fine bargains In good paying city prop?
erty. Correspondence solicited.
Conveniently located stables with three
299 Church st. $40.
Cor. Church and
Chnrlotte, $22.50.
416 Church st, $25.
34 Queen st, rooms
above $15
p;0 Botetourl. $75.
Factory building
cor. Water und
Madison Ji'.O.
FLATS.
"93 Church st, $10.
Cor. Church and
Holt, 2 rjoins, $10
422 Highland, JG.50.
7is-t?ii W. Bramble
ton ave, $0 each.
271 James st. $r..
125 Kolloy ave. $ti.
H. G. W1LLIHIHS & 50.N
R5NTAL AGENTS,
22S MAIN STREET.
FOR RENT.
Wo have four new five-room houses on
C avenue. In Huntersvllle, very conve?
niently situated for employes of llio
Street Car Company, which we will rent
at a low fiRtire. These houses have els
terns and are large and roomy. Oilier
houses for rent in different parts of tho
city. Vehicle In attendance.
J0HN~o7 "?flM?GE
ESTABLISHED 1865
Sewer and Well Pipe
BRICK TILE
ALL SIZES,
Lime, Cements,
Plaster, Bricks,
Laths, Hair,
Shingles, Flooring Etc
woodside's wharf,
norfolk, va.
J. W. C.AMAGE.
W. X. WALLER.
QuPInuE k UMHIEB,
Headquarter for Foreign
and Domestic
Milt, Lime. Piaster, BiicKs,
Sewer and Chimney Pipe, Laths,
Shingles, &c Ollice and warehouses
12 to 18 PLUME ST.
Near the Bridge. NORFOLK, VA
CONTRACTORS
AND
BUILDERS. ?
In the market for Lime, Fort
land or American Cement Blas?
ter, Hair, Chimney IMpe Fire
Bl ick, Itli or Shingles, See us
before you buy. Wo are solo
?agents for Acmft Cement Blas?
ter. New No. 145 Witter street.
BATCHELDER & COLLINS
Cooke, Clark & Co.,
Sash, Doors and Blinds
HARDWOOD MANTELS,
TILES AND GRATES'
BUILDERS' HARDWARE,
PAINTS, OILS AND GLASS.
84 Commercial Place and
87 Roanoke Avcnuo
MADE. ME A MAM
A.tAX 1 ABLBTS POSITIVELY COMt
A t.I, Nervous JHaeaace?Falling Mom
ory. Im potency, SIoerleMi* ei?, etc., ceuied:
by Abii*o en<* other Excesiea and Indis?
cretion*, 'rhry quirfity and nurriu
rmtore Io?t Vitality in old or jonnjt, and
tit a man for ?tudy, DttflMM or marriaun
. I r ?vmt ltif-..Mity and Coneuuiption II
taken in time. Their o?? vhnwa m.tncliaf^ Ir.inro70
mnnt antl efiai t?? n CUAG whom all orh~r? fail. Ic
lUtopon bA7ir.ee tho cenuip? AJax Tablets. They
have cur*M ImMIMI and ?III cur* you. We site a
posit Wo written cnaraatae to effect a cars In earn case
or refund tha moafy. Price 00 cant? per paikaaa.or
stxpuckagea [full treatment] for By mall,la
plain wrappar, uyon i*relptof price. Ojrcnlar free.
AJAX REMEDY CO., "SstS?*
For sale In Norfoik by Burrow, Martin
& Co. and R. F. Holme* & Co.. Drug?
gists, tu.th.sa
AVGTION HAI.RH-TH8? ?AT.
By The Morrrls Auction House. 44 Wash?
ington street, opposite New Market.
T ARGE TtRAiDB SALE OF DRY
JLj Goods. Clothing. Gents' Furnishing
Goods Shoes, &c, at our auction house
THIS" (Thursday) MORNING at 10
o'clock.
It _ R. R, MORRIS, Manager.
By Joseph Jones. Real Estate and Gen?
eral Auctioneer, 49 Bank Street.
AUCTION SALE OF HOUSEHOLD
FURNITURE.?AH auction sale, of
Household Furniture will take place at
607 East Main street THURSDAY MORN?
ING at 11 o'clock. This sale will include
a complete set of Parlor Furniture, Rugs,
Brussels and Axnilnstcr Carpets, Book
Cases, Tables, Chairs. Lamp Shades and
Lamps, Bedroom Sets und Kltohen Ware.
At this sale there will be an excellent op?
portunity for buyers to obtain first-class
Parlor and Bedroom Furniture, but little?
used, at their own prices. Ladies espec?
ially Invited to attend sale.
JOSEPH JONES,
Ja3-3t_AucUoneofe
By Townsend & Joyues, Auctioneers, No.
227 Main street.
T> Y VIRTUE OE THE TERMS OF A
? decreo of tlie Court of Law and
Chancery rendered on the. 21st day of
December. 1S98, In the chancery cause
therein pending In which Mary L Hatton
and another aro plaintiffs and John F.
Hatton nnd others aro defendants. I will
sell at public auction at the Norfolk Real
Estate Exchange, 23? Main street, Nor?
folk, Va., on
FRIDAY. THE 6th DAY OF JANUARY,
1S99, at 12 in., the following property,
to-wit: ,
ALL THAT CERTAIN BOT OE BAND
with the building No. a (old number)
thereon situated on the south side of
v Irglnla street. In the citv of Norfolk
and, bounded and described as follows:
Beginning at the line of uilworth (now
nation's) on snld street and running east
Wairily oh said .street fifteen reel to tho
middle of the partlllnii wall, thence along
tho middle of the partition wall and the
renco ninety-one feet, thence eastwardly
three feet, thence southwardly to Cleve?
land street, thenco westwardly along
, ,.?vo';">d street to Hattou's (formerly
I Mlwortirs) line, and thenco northwardly
aluiiK paid line to the beginning on south
side of Virginia street.
TERMS- One-half cash nnd the balancn
upon a cre,m nf one year, to br- evidenced
? >y tho note of the purchaser, carrying In?
terest from day of sale, payable semi-an
nually, and to he further secured by a
deeii of trust upon the property to bo
drawn and recorded and reloaded at tho
expense of the purchaser.
THOMAS H. WILCOX.
Special '"om mission er.
TOWNSENVD & JOYNES,
Auctioneers.
IHEREBY CERTIFY THAT THE
bond required by the decree referred
to nbevo has been given.
j'este: L. ROYSTEB.
dr2o-tds Clerk.
T. F.
ROOMS 211 AND 212 COLUMBIA BUILD.
ENG, GRAN BY STREET.
FOR S?LE.
RIBBLE LOTS.
The best building lota In tho city. ;
FOR RENT.
STORES.
Warehouse Nos. 41 and 43 Woodside Lane.
Two Offices over the Business Men's As?
sociation. Main street.
Stoics Nob. 265. 207 and 2C9 Water street.
Store No. 1C Nlvlson street.
Siore and dwelling No. 34 Wueen street.
Nos. 93 and 101 Commercial Place.
Nos. 79 and S3 Commerce street.
Offices: Oranby. Bank and Commerol
streets.
Fine of lice on Grar.by street. ,
Store No. 412 Main stroet. . . '.
Store No. 376 Bute street. lJ '."
Stables on Flume street. ,j
DWELLINGS. ;"> j
Dwelling No. r,2 North street.
Dwelling No. 403 Main street.
Sx new brick dwellings on Yarmouth
street, ill modern conveniences.
Brick dwelling west of Granby street, on
Freemason street, furnished or unfur?
nished ; possession January 1, 1SS9.
Dwelling No 69 Cumberland street.
I'welling Onley road. $33.33;
Dwelling No. 5 Cumberland street.
Dwelling so Boush st.
Dwelling on DtRree Place
Two dwellings on Hamilton avenue.
Dwelling on Pool slreot.
Dwelling No. 4S9 Main street.
Dwelling Olncy Road, Ghent.
Dwflllng N?. 112 Main street.
Dwellh.g No. 122 Freemason street.
Two rooms with bath, Albemarle build?
ing. IPanhv street
Ft?R SALE.?VaCant property on Atlan?
tic, and Plume streets, opposite new Pub?
lic ?ulldlng Lot.
H. C. HXXGiIrVRD_&_CD.,
REAL ESTATE ?= RENTAL. AGENTS,
3G BANK STREET. 'RHONE 749.
DWELLINGS. | DWELLINGS.
549 E. Main ?33. no Bermuda, 915.
4</7 E. Highland, JlO.lr.j jli(t t;!;{
156 Holl. $25.
121 Graydon, $20.
179 R'-rmuilu, $10.1
123 Wood. J25.
87 Holl, $55.
12S Kelley. $7.
40S S. Park, $20.
317 Wllloughby, 313.1268 Chapel, ?7.
STORES.
707 Church street, store and dwelling, $15.
799 Church street, f.tnre, $35.
FOR SALE.?We have several pieces of
property lr. Brambleton and other sec?
tions Of the city we can offer as bargains
to investors or parties wanting homes;
also several nice farms on salt water.
For further information call on
H. C. IIOOOARD & CO.
(Ledger copy.)
Bermuda, $10.60.
E. Brambleton, $7.
10?} Chapel. $12.50.
ROOMS.
101 S Kelly 17.
103 S. Kelly", $8.
W. H. H. TRICE & CO.
REAT, ESTATE fi: RENTAL AGENTS.
CORNER BANK AND PLUME
STREETS.
FOR RENT.
RESIDENCB',3. I FLATS.
_ , 1311 Church St.
J Houses on l orte. r,.-,2 Church st.
141 Reservoir
17 North.
132 Brown ave.
101 Bank.
132 Brown ave.
69 Wood.
The Willis House,
Franklin ave.
123 Wood.
Granby st., ext.
133 York st.
Graydon nv., Ghent
27 Talbot St.
STORES.
300 Church.
421 Main,
.latins and High.
1C6 Church street,
dwelling above.
95 Commercial pi.
13S church, dwelling
above.
91 Commerce st.
71 Cumberland. 615 Main.
Hardy House, Ghent 74 & 76 Roanoke av.
lllcnnnn Houso 6S3-5 Main St.
Ghent. 75 Roanoke ave.
PI Holt Street, 409 Main St.
Raleigh ave, Ghent. Union St., near
273 York ?t. Church.
751 Church St. 1380 Main.
lAZHIXe 5t GO'
REAL, ESTATE AND RENTAL AGENT
NO. 31 BANK STREET.
M Clav street.
123 Wood st.
113. 127 Walke sL
220 Holt.
168 Holt.
91 Holt st.
14S Fonchurch.
315-877-399 Bute.
15 Queen st,
ir:3-2i2 York.
70 Tazewell.
?0 Brown.
Offices on Main
Granby sis.
We are offering
homes In any part
99 Duncan.
62-54 Franklin.
Debreo ave.
105. .113 Lovltt ave.
<ds S. Park avenuo
215 Rose.
613 W. Brambleton.
1 houoe Bindcnwood
ROOMS.
&: 212-550 E. Main.
I 121 Bermuda,
vacant lots and goad
of the city.

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