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REVIEW OF MARKETS
FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL
Stocks, Money, Exchange, Bonds, Grain',
Cotton, Provisions, Etc.
" Nov.- York, January 7. ?Stocks resum?
ed tho upward movement to-day and
in some cases advanced violently. Ef?
forts to bring about a reaction were
successful only in the initial trading.
There were moderate arbitrage sales tor
London account which aided the reac?
tionists' early efforts. The Grangers
nml Pacifies were off fractionally, while
the so-called Flower specialties, Brook?
lyn Transit, Federal Steel and People's
Gas were very sharply olT. The execu?
tion of an order to sell ;t large block
of slock at the market caused a bad
break in Tobacco. This brought out
further sales by reaching stop loss or?
ders. Floor brokers in many cast B ad
Vised their housevs that the movement
In the general market was too violent
to last and presently buying orders pre?
dominated over those to sell. These
purchases were largely Increased on the
appearance of the bank statement
which was far more favorable than ex?
pected. Brooklyn Transit rose S points
from the lowest. People's (".as 1%, To?
bacco, t%; Sugar. Am'efli an Steel and
Wire and Federal Steel 2 each, the
Grangers about a point and A-tchhson
preferred 3%. Notable advances were
rr.ade in A trier lean District Telegraph
Which rose $ points: Colorado Fuel and
Iron preferred. 1?>. St. Paul and Duitith
BU: Delaware and Hudson 3%. and
Rubber preferred 3%> The close' was
active a-trd strove- at the best.
The bond market during the week
displayed considerable irregularity but
there was a decided undertone of
strength which prevented any conces?
sions of note In the promitient line?.
United Slates eld 4's and the 6'a cou?
pon advanced %, ihe new 4's and the
fi's registered Vs. The It's declined % In
the bid price.
The total sales of stocks were (89,100
NEW YORK STOCK MARKET.
Atclilsen . ip%
Atchison preferred . e,. R3%
Baltimore and Ohio . fiH;i
Canada Pacific .
Canada Southern .
Central Pacific . 43_
Chesapeake niid Ohio . 24%
Chicago and Alton .170%
Chicago, Burlington and Qulncy.. 12*Ts
Chicago and East Illinois . 60%
Chicago and Bast Illinois prof. ... Ii8
Chicago Croat Western . 1"?%
Chicago. Indiana and Louisville .. 7%
Chi-, Ind. and Louisville preferred "2
Chicago and Northwestern . 141%
Chicago and Northwestern pref. .. 1S5Vj
C. C. C. nnd St. Louis . 43
C. C. C. and St. Louis preferred.. 94
Delawurc and Hudson . 109%
Del., L. and Western . 156%
Delaware nnd Rib Grande. It)
Delaware and Bio Grande prof... 70
Erie (new) . 14
Erie (new) 1st pro/erred . 37%
Fort Way no.17S
Great Northern preferred. 144*4
Hocking Valley . 2%
Illinois Central .114%
Lake Eric and Western . 19%
Lake Erie nnd Western pref. 73%
Dake Shore '. 197
Louisville and Nashville . 64%
Metropolitan Street Railway _1?0%
Michigan Central .Ill
Minn, and St. Louis. 36
Minn, nnd St. L. 1st preferred.... DC
Missouri Pacific . 45%
Mobile and Ohio . 37%
Mlssuori, Kansas and Texas . 14%
Mo. K. and T preferred . 39%
New Jersey Central . 97'i
New York Central . 122%
N. Y., Chi. and St. L. 13%
N. Y., Ohl. and St. L. 1st prof.73
N. Y.. Chi. and St. L 2d pref.34%
Norfolk and Western . 17%
Norfolk and Western preferred.. 62%
North American Company . 6%
Northern Pacific . 43%
Northern Pacific preferred . 76%
Ontario and Western . 20%
Oregon River and Navigation .... 48
Oregon Shore Line . 41
Pacific Coast 1st preferred . 84
I'aclllc Coast 2d preferred . 63%
Reading . 21%
Reading 1st preferred . 52%
R. G. W. 30%
It. G. W. preferred . G7
Kock Island . 111%
Bt. Louis and Stmte Fe . 8%
St. Louis nnd Sante Fo pref. 66%
St. Louis and Sante Fe 2d pref. .. ?,v"s
St. Louis and S. W. 7%
St. Louis and S. W. preferred_ IO'-j
St. Paul . 121%
St. Paul preferred . IGT
St. Paul nnd Omaha . 01%
St. Paul nnd Omaha preferred ... 167
St. Paul Mi and M. ISO
Southern Pacific . 34%
Southern Railway . 10%
Southern Railway preferred . 4'."H
Texas and Pacific. 1S%
Union Paclfk? . 42%
Union Pacific preferred . 7.1%
U> P. D. and G. 13%
Wabash . S'(,
Wnlmsh preferred . 23%
Wheeling nnd L. F,. 7%
Wheeling and L. K, preferred .... 28%
rOX PR ESS C< IMPANIES.
Adams Express . I OS
American Express . 142
United Slates Fx press . f.|
Wells Fargo . 125
American Cotton Oil . 34%
American Cotton Oil preferred .. 88%
American Spirits . 14
American Spirits preferred . :is
American Tobacco . 148%
Amerli an Tobacco preferred . 135
Consolidated Gas . ire;ij
Commercial Cable Company .... 17".
Coal, Fuel and Iron . 36%
Coal. F.uel and iron preferred .... 100
General Electric . 99
Hawaiian Commercial Company . 57%
Illinois Steel . ?
International Paper . 63%
International Paper preferred .. B4%
La Clede Gas . 52%
Lead preferred . 113%
Minneapolis Iron . ?
National Linseed Oil . 8%
Pacific Mall . 4r.'i
People's Gas . 112%
Pullman Palace . let
Silver Certificates . 1.9%
Standard Rope and Twine . y 14
Sugar preferred . 112
O'ennessee Coal and Iron .36%
United States Leather . C%
United States Leather preferred .. 72%
United States Rubber. 42%
United States Rubber preferred .. 116%
Western Union . 9r,i4,
Federal Steel . r>3%
Federal Steel preferred . 83%
NEW YORK MONEY MARKET.
New York. January 7. ?Money on call
sjteady st 2%@3 per cent.; last loan-at
3 per cent. Prime mercantile paper, 30 '
3% per cent. Sterling exchange steady
with actual business In bankers bills at
4.k4",.(?'t..vi'<j fofedemand und at 1.81%?
4.82 for sixty days. Posted rates, 1.82%
and 4.85%. Commercial bills. 4.80%tg
4.8H4- silver certificates, 59%@60%.
Har silver. 69ft. Mexican dollars, 4'".'-?.
State bonds strong; rallroni" bonds ir?
regular; government bonds irregular.
United States 3's .107%
United States new 4 s. reg. ..129 ?i 130
United States new 4's. coup. 129%@130
United States I's .lll%'8>112"4
United States I s. coup.112%
United States 2*s.99%
United ctates B's, reg.112 &?>U3%
United States 5's. coup.113*4
Virginia centuries .82
Vlrglnla deferred . 8
weekly i3a.nk statement.
New York. January 7.?The weekly
bank statement shows the following
changes: Surplus reserve increase, $1,
349.400; loans, decreased, $1..".04.900; spe?
cie. Increased. $3,685,800; legal tenders
Increased. $1,624,600; deposits increased.
$3,844,000; circulation decreased, $412,400.
The banks now hold $23,530,375 In ex?
cess of the requirements of the 23 per
NEW YORK PRODUCE MARKET.
New York .Tanuary 7.?Flour dull but
Strongly held. Winter patent?, 3.754}
t.r.r. fiye flour quiets good to fair. 3.151
'?.'...0. DUCk Wheat flour quiet. $l.li0. ?
Buckwheat steady, 65e. Corn meal dull; :
yellow Western. 82033c. Wheat?Spot
steady; No. 2 red, 79%c. Corn-Spot!
SteAdjr; No. 2. 42%|G>43%C. Oats?Spot
quiet; No 3, 33c. Beef tlulet; family.
email@example.com; extra mess, 8.60<8>9.00; beef
hams. ls.00; packet, a.r.OfflO.OO; city ??:<
tra India m'--s. 15.00016.00. Cut meats,
qtilot; pickled bellte?, 3%@6c: pickled
shoulders. 4c.; pickled hams. 6%@7c.
Eard steady: Western steamed. 5.760
5.80; January, 5.72 nomlrfal: reflncil
Steady* Pork steady; mess 9.5O@t0.25;
short clear. 10.60012.50; family. 10.60(0
11.00. Mutter fir lit; Western creamery.
15(0 21?.: do. factory, I2014%c.; Elglns,.
21c; imitation creamery. l:tf/17o.; State
dairy. I301SC. Cheese, steady; Iftrga
white. 10 %c. Eggs steady; State .i
Pennsylvania. 21r.; Western fresh. 2t"o.;
Soulhern, 25025 %c. Cotton seed oil.
lirm, but rather quiet at full prices;
prime crude. 18019c, better grades. 20
@2Sc. Spot Coffee? Itio steady: No. 7
invoice. 6%c.; No. 7 jobbing, ?%ci; tnild
steady: Cordova. 7%019c. Sugar?Kmv
Irregular; fair refining. 3 13-lflc.; ton?
trlfugal, nil test, 4 B^ISc; molasses sii
gar, 3 9-lfic; refined quiet.
NEW YORK TRUCK MARKET.
New York, January 7.? Potatoes
steady; JcraeyS, firstname.lastname@example.org; New York.
$1.2543>l.63%; Long Island, $1.7502.00;
sweets, jerseys. 1.3502.50. Cabbage
market quiet, at 2.OO04.OO per Ott? hun?
B A LTIM< > 11E OtlAlN MARKET.
Baltimore, January 7.?Flour diill and
unchanged. Wheat quiet; spot and
month, 72V.ti72;v;; F'ebruAry, 76076%;
Southern wheat, by sample, 71076%,
Corn easy; spot and month, 40^4040%;
February, 40%@40%; Southern white
and yellow corn. 37%04O%. Oats dull
and easy; No. 2 white. 33%; No. 2
mixed. :t:i'L.. Rye lirm: No. 2 nearby,
59',i; No. 2 Western. 02.
Wheat, Corn. OaU, Irovi dam. Lar.l. Short
Chicago, III., Dec. 7.?Liquidation by
outsiders to-day. together with heavy
foreign markets. weakened wheat.
Under the Influence Of Immense exports
for the week the market ruled strong,
tho greater portion of the session, but
finally succumbed to the persistent sell?
ing and May closed %c. lower. Corn
advanced ?%(?/'(.<?. Oats gained %c.
Pork lost Be- Lard and ribs improved
The leading future ranged as follows:
Wheat No. 2
May .70*4 70'^ r.9*s, 70
duly .G8V? 68% 67% 87%
Com No. 2?
Jan .84% 347, 34% .""""i
May.36% 37 "? 86% ::7
July .37 ,".7'. 37 37%
Oats No. 2?
May .27i,<, 21^, 27 27%
July .25% 26% 25% 25%
Mess pork, per bbl ?
.Inn .. $9.67% $9.67% J'.i.ii*. $9.tl5
'May .. 9.95 10.02'j 9.S? 5).95
Lard, per Hit) lbs
Jan .. $- $- $-? $5.43
May ...?.i'.o 6.66 6.67% 5.65
Short Ribs, per 100 lbs
Jan .. $4.72'A $4.75 $4.("7>i. $4.75
May .. 5.00 5.02% 4.95 5.00
Cash quotations were as follows:
Flour was dull; winter straights. $::.:,.0'W
3.40; .special spring brands. J4.10; hard
patents. $3.4003.60; straights, $3.0047/
3.15; bakers, in bags, $2.3502.50; No. 2
spring wheat. 66@67%c.; No. 3 spring
wheat, f>::l=rutiti'ic.: No. 2 red. 70071c;
No. 2 corn, 35',c ; No. 2 oats. 26%4}
26%c.; No. 2 white. 29029%c.; No. 3
white, 28%029c; No. 2 rye, 54%c; No. 2
barley. 42062c.: No. I flax seed. $1.11;
new, $1.16%.; prime timothy se d. $2.32%.
Mess pork, per barrel. $9.7009.75; lard,
per 100 pounds, $5 454i 5.60, short ribs
sides (loose). $4.*;.*.(?r4.so; dry salted
shoulders (boxed), 4%04%c.; shorl clear
sides (box. d). $4.950505. Whiskey, dis?
tillers' finished goods, per gallon. $1.27.
Sugars, cut loaf, unchanged.
On (he Produce Exchange to-day the
l.uticr market wtis easy; creameries 14
@19%<>.; dailies, 12018c. Eggs, dull;
Charleston, s. C, Jan. 7.?Turpentln
market, firm, at 42%c. Rosin, firm and
Savannah, fin.. Jan. 7.?Spirit si tur?
pentine, firm. 43%c. Rosin, firm; quote:
a it c n e F. $100; c;. $i.05: 11, $1.20:
I. $1.40: k. $1.55; m, $1.65; N. $1.75; w O.
$2.05*. w W. $2.30.
Wilmington. N. C, Jan. 7?Spirits
turpentine, dull. 43048%C. Rosin, firm.
97%c.01.02%, Crude turpentine, firm,
$1.30 and $2.30- Tar. firm, $1.10.
The Cotton Markets.
New York, January 7.?The cotton
market opened steady, with prices 1
to l points higher, this belup, i :i h
diffen nt response to Arm Llverp ioI ta?
bles, bullish weather reports from
pretty much the entire cotton belt ami
a small movement nt the |>ort? and
interior towns. Profit taking by less
confident lonns Belling pressure from
the stronger bears and liquidation oi
weak Southern holdings were largely
responsible for the failure of the early
market to'advance as had been ex ?
pected. Subsequent developments how?
ever, were decidedly better, prices m ?V
Ing up several points on foreign sup?
port and the appearance of Investment
orders, the latter being chiefly from
Wall street houses. For n Saturday
half-holiday speculation was active and
Humors that spot cotton was being
hehl at materially higher prices in the
South, with demand urgent,caused con?
siderable nervousness,1;? the bear ranks,
with tho result that not a Tew shorts
The lato market was bulllshly in
tlu >n< od by small estimates for Mon?
day's Interior receipts and reports that
groat damage had been done by tho
recent heavy rains In many portions of
the belt. At the close the market was
steady, 2 to 5 points net highctv Spot
steady, with prices l-16c. higher to
the basis of 5 3-16c. for middling, up?
lands, and C 3-lGc. for middling gulf.
No s ties. Outward shipments wero
said to include 400 bales of Peruvian
New York, January 7.?Cotton fu?
tures opened steady; January, 5.60;
February, 5.G0: March, 5.62; April. 5.65;
May. 5.68; June, 5.71; July. 6.73; Au?
gust. 5.77; September, offered, 5.75; Oc
tobi r, 5.75; November, 5.76 bid; De?
Futures closed steady; January, 5.62;
February, 5.60; March) 5.63; April. 5.66;
May. 5.70; June, 5.73; July. 5.76; Au?
gust, 5.S0: Septembcr,6.74; October, 5.75;
November, 5.75; December, 5.77.
New York. January 7.?Spot cotton
market el'osed steady, with prices t-16c.
higher ,on the basis of 5 15-lGc. for
middling, upland, and 6 3-16c. for mid?
dling gulf. Sides were, 450 bales, pre?
viously shipped out, but not before
New York..Tnnuary 7.?Cotton steady;
middling, 51R-16C.; net receipts, 42S
bales; gross. G45 bales; sales, -,
stock. 84,937 bales.
Total to-day: Net receipts. 26.777
bates; exports to Orcat Britain, 12.u>>7
bales: France,-. Continent. 14.471
bales, stock. 1.201.537 bales.
Total sinee September 1st: Net re?
ceipts. 6,052.245 bales; exports to Great
Uritnin. 2.379.714 bales; to France. 490,
158 bales; to Continent. 1,584,560 bales.
1.IV KP. POOT. COTTON MARK KT.
Liverpool. January 7.-1 P. M. Cot?
ton, spot, good business done; prices
hardening; American middling, 3 3-32d.
The Kniost of the day were 12.0u0 bales.
2.000 bales for speculation and expert
and included 11.Tun btfles American.
i:.Ipts, 20.000 bales. Including 19.000
Futures opened steady, with a fair
di . mhI. American middling: January,
:'. o::-i:hl. buyer: January and Febru?
ary, 3 ?3-84d. buyer; February nnd
March,3 04-64.1.5i.;s n5-t;4d. buyer; March
and April. 3 ti?-Gtd.r./:: 06-64d. buyer:
April and May. 3 06-84d><$3 07-64d. buy?
er: May und June. 3 0S-64d. seller: June
and July 3 09-tiM. seller: July and Au?
gust, 3 (V.l.Gbl. seller; August and Sep
temlk r. - 3-iD-iM,i.??/.:?, U-fl4d. seller; Sep
tember and Octeber. 3 ll-G1d. seller;
i ? t< ber nnd November, 3 11-6Id. buyer;
November end December, :'. 11-640.$]
3 12-Cld. buyer.
NEW ORLEANS cotton MARKET.
New Orleans. January ".^-Cotton fu?
tures nteadv: January. 6.18; February,
5.21 <ff 5.22; March; 5.25*/5;28; April. B.29(fi
5.81: M:tv. r>.3V?i 5.30: June. 5.40(^5.41;
July. 5.45(3)5.40; August. 5.46^5.47: Scp
tember, r..4nffi5.4,j: October, 5.424?5.43.
Nor.'olk Cotton Market.
Norfolk. Vri.. Jan. 7. l^OS.
Goiid middling.5 13-10 5%
M :>idling .5 7-1? BVi
Low middling .5 5 1-lfl |
Good ordinary.i 5-16 4%
Snles . 146 830]
it. ? . i, isj . 2.MI 2.190
Shipments . 3.739 4.60 t
Slot k. 3^,090 89.0S:|
Thro. Local. Total.
Seaboard Air Line 700 104 SOI
Norfolk & West'n I 53 51
Norfolk & S'th'll 12 73 IV
Allnritla & Dan. ? 4 i
Norfolk & Car. .. ? 102 1G2
Southern Railway 582 1,008 1,670
Total.1,325 1,486 2.811
AMONG OUR COTTON MKN.
New York future market advanced 3
to 5 points, closing steady; March, 5.63
to 5.64; May, 5.70 to 5.71; August, 5.S0.
Liverpool future market itdvmccd i
to I 1-2 points, closing steady, liar sil?
ver hi London, unchanged; 27 5-16d.,
against 26 7-16d. last yea'-.
Receipts tit Houston for Monday are
estimated at 5,600 to 5,700 bales, ngnlnsl
12.74."i bales last year.
Receipts at New Orleans arc esti
matcd at 10.000 to 12,000 bales, ngnlnsl
31.158 bales last year.
Receipts at United Stales ports yes?
terday wero 2G.7T7 hales, ngainsl 40,563
h I..- last year.
Norfolk received yesterday 2.Ml bales
of cotton, against 2.ll'n bales last year.
New Orleans fURire market grft roiced
3 points; March. 5.2'..
For Grain. Haj, Oro;5ri63, Pro/Is'?r,
otiotitt ton* nl n linlovnls Price*,
iiiile.n?>? tier vim Nftttoil, mid prior,
iirt*Hiibjeet tn 11 no 111 kilo 1 1 , miir k?l
GRAIN. l!av etc.
CORN?White. 4b- : from store, 45c:
mixed. SSc.; from .--tore. 43c
Mtl.I. peed -41.1 swadv: bran.
from stoic. 15.60; middling, from .-tore,
lo.i... shipstilfl. iC W.
OATS -Steady: mixed, 3:.-. vhlte .".7
HAY?No. 1. $12.00 per ton; No. 2, $11.011
pel ion, it ou> more,
MILLED RICE?As to craUcs-il, i>
:i>;.'NTRY PRODUCE. FRUITS. kto
POULTRY?Live dull, ehlckels, old. 220 I
2Sc.: spring chickens, dull, a: 124/utc;
<iu mud. 20c.; turkeys, live, i0c:
Jtl TTJ5R?t i odd country 12 to lie.
HAMS?Quiet; Smilhflcld, fancy, 1.". to
ICo.. V lrg nia. country. 10 to 13c; good
North Carolina, in to 1214c
POTATOES?Northern $1.50 per barrel:
new sweets. I layman, C?i,., . per bar
nl: vellow, ?0?70c.
'' \ HBAGE?<l;7! [f2 00 per sugar barrel.
ONIONS?41.75 to 12 00 per narrt"
api 'LiES?Ni l t hern. 13.10 10 $1.50 per l.'ol !
LK.MONS?43.50 pei box.
I.IMHS- $1 50 per pecK,
pink APPI.es?s ;o 13c.; ?Florida, 1.54
lo i 00 per case.
CALIFORNIA ?RANOICS - Seeding*,,
J." 1 to SI.00: Jamaica. 15.50 per box.
PEANUT?Market llrm; new fancy,
2'. strictly prime, i'->e.: pilule.
? in.:rnn, I',?>'(?2c.: Spanish. G2o. pi r bushel
i'i:.\S -1 llackeye, new, $1.90 per 1...;;.
Kol Oil RICK? I'd bushel .... 10
MILLED It ICR - A- 10 grades,
strictly prune, -v . prime, 2',fcc.;
common; I'.iQl^o.; Spanish. G0c. jw
COCO AN UTS?100 to bag. $3.25.
COFFEE? Market Arm at IVJc. advance
from lowest: common. MV(< >l,e., fair,
:-;,-i ;<'%c.; Laguayra, 12l4@13l$e.; Java 23fl
FLOUR?Market very strong, with up?
ward tendency; spring win at, fane
patent, $4,60; winter wheat, stam
ail patent. $125; winter when, half
patent; $3.90; winter wheat, best straight,
$8.70; winter wheat, family. $:i.':?; winter
wheat, fair lo good grades of extra, $3,60:
.' ??>; winter wheat, super, $.! 15 to j.: :'.,
Mi:.\L-Per bag 10ii lbs., 97c ; 90 lb. bags,
R?tTER?Prime to ch Ice grades, 24c;
to good grades, ?;>: 10 21c ; fair grades,
IS lo 19c.
CHEESE?Higher: tarxe full cream,
ll.ill'ic: small full cream, ll*4?12c.
SUGAR?Market steady at the decline.
Out of town prices dependent on u>
llvely rntes to different points. Patent
Cub?a>. 5.2J; Powdered, 5.23: Extra Fine
Granulated, 5.2.1: Fine Granulated. B.JO:
Btaitdard Granulntcd. 5.10; Confectioners'
A OS; Keystone A, 4.73; American A,
4.7*1; Centennial A, 4.73: California A,
4.?>: Franklin R, 4 60: Keystone B, 4.54;
American R. 4.4S: Centennial ft. 4.11: Cali
forn:a J!, 4.33: Franklin Extra C, 4.28;
Keystone Extra C. 4 28; Amnican Extra
C, 4 2S: Centennial Extra C 4.2S; Cali?
fornia Extra C, 1.2S; Franklin C, $4.28.
SYftUl'S AND MOLASSES ? Market
firmer at the advance; syrup, good to
choice. 20922; lower grade, syrup. 124915;
molasses, Porto RR-o, 1J?27; molasses,
Cuban, none; New Orleans, fair to choice.
IS to 26; common, 12 to 14.
BURK MEATS ? Market advanced
sharply; rib sides. 5>;e ; bellies, eastern,
Cic.: be.lies, western. fi*!4c.
DRY SAEE JOVVtiES?4*?c.
RAM PORK?I'er barrel, $10.75.
MESS l'ORK?New, none; mess, old,
HARD? Pure butchers'. In tierces, fi'.&c:
pure western In tierces, Cc: SO-lh tubs and
DO-lb tins. '/4c. more: compound lard. In
tierces 1"gC; SO-lb tubs nnd iiQ-lb tins,
WOOL?Unwashed, lSc: bulky. 3 to 7c.
less: wished wool 23c: black, 12Vte. to I6c.
HIDES?Q. S.. 7??.: preen, o-?i; dry flat.
14: drv ?alt, ll'.i: damatied. 7.
HEBRING?New Eastern Gross per
barrel. $4.00<-T4.2.*.: mullets. 10O kegs, $3.75:
spots, 100 kegs, $3.75; n.aekcrel, fat No. 2.
Spots. $2.00 per hundred: croakers, per
p und, 4c: Taylors, 4c. per pound; pan
dsn. per pound. 3 to 1c: baking fish, per
pound. 5 to 6c.; flounders, per pound, 3 to
tc; slteepshead, 5 to sc.; blueflsh, 4 to 6c.
per poupd: speckled trout, 5 to Gc: large
rock, per pound, 10 to 12'^c: pan rock, 5
to Cc.; Spanish maekarel, ISc.
THE NEXT CENSUS.
Some of the Great Figures It May Be
Expected to show.
(Boston Evening Transcript.)
The twelfth annual census of the Uni?
ted States will occur in IIHIO, and while,
no doubt the statistics gathered will
show a continued healthy growth. It Is
the opinion of experts that those who
I ik for sensations In the growth of
States and cities in all quarters of the
country (and who have seldom boon
disappointed since the census of 1S30,
when the settlement of the West was
ui der full sway) may nnd the growth
in the ten years ending in 1300 not com?
mensurate with that of former decades.
In the decade of the rebellion there
was the lirst and only decrease in our
Increases since the lirst census was
taken. This was caused in part by
tho Increased mortality because of the
war, but was probably more largely
due to a railing off In immigration. It
Is expected that there will be another
falling oft In the amount of the In?
creases In 1900, though the natural mo?
mentum "f the century's growth may
give us an increase equal to that of
The first census was taken In 1.90,
which developed a population of 3.929,
21!. In 1S90 the census showed an ag
gregnto population of 02.022.250. total
Increase In ooio hundred years of 58.
693,030. The aggregate Increase In each
ib endo was as follows:
Decade. Population. Increase.
1700-1800 . 3,929,214 1.379.269
1800-1810 .5.30S.493 1,931,398
1810-1820 . 7,239,881 2,393,941
[g 10-1830 . 9.633,822 8,232,198
IS30-1840 .12.S66.620 4.203.433
1840-1850 .17.069153 6,122,423
1650-1860 .23,191.87? 8,241,445
JM10-1S70 .31.443.221 7,125,050
1870-1880 .3S.55S.37l 11.590.412
1880-1890 .50,155,783 12.4Ct5.4G7
Total increase .58.693,036
In 1790, when the first census was
taken, there were only seventeen States
in the Union, severally populated as
f .Hows: Virginia, 747.610; Pennsylva?
nia, 313.373; North Carolina, 398,761;
Massachusetts, 37S.7S7; New York.
310,120; Maryland, 319,728; South Caro
l n t, 249,073; Connecticut, 237,946; New
Jersey, 184,139; New Hampshire, 141,855;
Maine, 96.540; Vermont. 85,425; Georgia,
S2..Y1S; Kentucky, 73.677; Rhode Island,
6S R25; Delaware, 59,096; Tennessee, 35,1
In I8S0 tho percentage of people liv?
ing In America cities ..f 8.000 popula?
tion and upward was 22.57 Of the whole,
n little over one-fifth. The census of
ISi'O increased this percentage of urban
population to 29.20, nearly one-third of
the who).-. More than one-half the
totnl increase in population between
IS80 and 1SS0. viz.: 12.466.4G7. was in the
cities. This urban Increase was pre?
cisely 6.965.S3S. in isso there were 2S6
cities In the United states containing
8,000 people nnd upward, nnd their
nggrcgate population was 11,318,547. in
18(10 the number of these cities had In?
creased to 44S. having an aggregate
Population of 18,284,380 out of a total of
62 622,250. The proportion Of urban
population to the whole In all the South?
ern States is very small compared to
the North and West, being loss than
13 per i out- The growth of Southern
cities during lUf last decade was sub?
stantial, but not so marked as in other
It Is hard to convince lite American
that his country is not ahead of all the
world in everything, says Leslie J.
Pi rry, In the New York Sun, especially
In the expansion of its cities and towns,
it will be remembered that the Ger?
man census of 1890 disclosed some sen?
sational features in respect to the
growth of German cities. In the five
cars between 1885 and 1890 the capi?
tal of the German Empire. Berlin, had
in reascd In round numbers 260.000, to
1.574,485, showing it to be somewhat
larger than New York nt that date.
The great seaport, Hamburg, had
ju npod from 410,000 to 715,000. a clean
gain of 305,000 in five years. Leipsic
gained 183.000; Munich, 83.000; Breslau,
35.000; Cologne, 121,000; Mngdebury, 86.
000, and others In like ratio. The period
bei wen the two German enumerations
quoted is only live years, whereas the
American census period is ten years,
and lioncc the nail's set out are sur?
prising, I.ausc multiplied by two they
equal our most astonishing urban
growth. The English census returns
for 1890 show only moderate increases,
the greatest, in ten years, of course,
being that of London. 396.512. Liver?
pool actually decreased :ii.ooo. E^oth
the Greater New York and Chicago are
gr wing more rapidly than the metro?
polis of the world.
0<>0 S> 0 0 C O 0 O 00000 0 0 0 0 0 ? 0 0 <
QUICK CURE FOR i
COUGHS AND COLDS,
Tho Canadian Remody for all
I THROAT AND LUNG AFFECTIONS.
*j> Larcjb Bottles. 25 ots.
& DAVIS & LAWRENCE CO., Lim., &
X Prop'? Pirrv Davis- Pain-Kuu*. v
V FOR SALE Or C>
J. C. GORSUCH.
FOR TUR MONTH' OF JANUARY, 1099.
CALCULATED FOR U. S. NAVi
YARD. NORFOK. VA.
i Sun |H.\VatorjI,. Water
Week IUI. |Set|A.M|P.M|A.M|P.M
3'rues. .. .
5 Th?rs. ..
9 Mon. .. .
10;Tues. .. .
11 Wed. .. .
12 Th?rs. ..
10 Mon. .. .
17 Tum. .. .
t*- Wed. .. .
? Moil. .. .
24|Tues. .. .
Wed. .. .
26 Th?rs. ..
2S Bs t.
30 Mon. .. .
:ii Tue*. .. .
- : T11T I
7:57i 1:03 2:C0
S:50 1:516 2:49
9:4ll 2:53| 3:38
11,10:0-1110:31 3.461 4:24
112 10:53 H:19 4:39 5:10
:14 12:12112:32 0:45
:16 1:07 1:2$ 7:24 7:35
:!>;, :?:<? 2:22; 8:23 8:29
.17 3:06 3:25 9:29 9:21
h 1:06 1:31; 10:34 10:22
:19 5:03 5:35111:3? 11:2?
:20 5:59 0:32 o:0012:34
..21 0:501 7:25(12:17 1:21
i:22 7.30, 8:10 1:09 2:01
i:23 8:20 S:j<)| 1:55 2:40
,:2I S'M\ 9:23' 2:38 3:14
i:25 9:32 9:55 3:11 3:4S
i:26 10:02 10:27: 3:50 4:21
i:27,IO:3t|U:OI 4:20, 4:54
? 28 '.I ?7 11:37 6:06 5:30
i:30|ll:46|l?:00| 5:40| 0:10
Sunrise and sunset are computed for the
Visible rising and setting; the observer's
eye 15 feet above sea-level and view un?
In the tide columns. Oh. OOm. Is mid?
night; 12 Ii (?ni. Is noon.
Sn-.all ll.les range 1.5 to 2 2 feet rise;
average tides, 2.3 to 2.9 feet; great tid<-s.
3.0 to 3.3 feet. Gales from north to east
cause extreme Mali tales.
MOON'S Pit ABES:_
I Day|H0ur| Mln.| Period"
..I ii~ 5 I 60 IEvenlng
? 11 I so [Morning
2 I 34 Evening
le I 22 lEveiilhg
New Moon.. .
Full U -ui ...
t'oreluru nml <u.iili?l?i.
Rr. simp. Thyra, Dunning, Liverpool,
(to Hampton Roads).
Sehr. Marion, Weiss. Jamea rlvor,
Tug E. T. Williams, Baltimore, tow?
Rgc. John King, George May, Maggie
Donaldson and sehr. .Maud Seward,
-, Baltimore, lumber.
Tug Hercules, towing bge. Carbon,
New York, coal.
Dan. stmp. Nordfarer, Brunnlch,
Rr. stmp. Tropic, Barber, Liverpool.
Sehr. Florence Randall, Randall, New
AT CITY POINT.
Cleared: Tug A. I!. Covlngton, towing
bge, Viola W. Tunis, Norfolk.
There was no grain exported from
Norfolk this past week.
The Richmond Cedar Works tug
PrlScHla Ross lost her barge in Pas
quotank river Thursday night. Ar?
rangements are being mnde to raise
the sunken vessel, which is loaded with
The schooner Samuel B. Russell, In
attempting to clear yesterday from a
Wharf in Atlantic City Ward, swims
against the wharf and crushed her
yawl-boat, thus delaying her.
The following delayed svhooners pass?
ed nut the Capes yesterday: "Maria O.
Ted," "Collins W. Walton." "Ilattie
Dunn." "Untile G. Mos.ley," "John A.
Beckerman." from Norfolk; "Pasade?
na." "Alice McDonald," "Alice M. Col
burn," "Alma 13. A. Holmes," from
Newport News;" "Minerva," from Bal?
I ARRIVALS ALBEMARLE AND
CHESAPEA k" E 1 \\ NA L? NORTH
Str. Carolina, North Carolina to Nor?
Sehr. Chase. North Carolina to Wash?
Sehr. Mary Emmor, North Carolina
I to Norfolk, oysters.
Sehr. Maggie J. A., North Carolina to
' Norfolk oysters.
, Stinr. Manlstee, North Carolina to
I Norfolk, towing.
Sehr. Allied .Murray, North Carolina
! to Norfolk, oyster;-.
I Sehr. R. E. Leo, North Carolina to
Stmr. Grace Titus. North Carolina to
Norfolk, raft of logs.
Stmr. Flora, Norfolk to North Caro
I Una. light.
La Grippe is again epidemic. Every
precaution should be taken to avoid it.
Iis specific cure is One Minute Cough
Cure. A. J. Shcperd, Publisher Agri?
cultural Journal and Advertiser, Eiden,
Me., says: "No one will be disappoint?
ed in using 1 >ne Minute Cough Cure
for La Grippe." Pleasant 10 take, quick
to act.?Rut row, Martin ?fc Co.
Importers ot a Large Lot
?OF FIRST- CLASS ?
F. M. PEED &. SON,
Witer street and Roanoko Dock.
: 1 Nassau Street Cor. Wall St
[ New York Stock Em-linnRC.
Members oft New York Cotton Exchange,
I Chicago Hoard of Trail*.
Orders executed on aboveExchanges in
BONDS, STOCKS, GRAIN
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
HAY, 0RAIN, SI RAW
large stock on hind and in transit.
SELECTED SEED OATS AND SEED
RYE IN STOCK.
NO. 1 TIMOTHY HAY ALWAYS ON
R. 1_. GRAN DV
-4 2 ROHNCKE DCCK
BYRD, BALDWIN ?5c CO,
?? ,* m>? m; i <> > llltll.lll.su,
?HAN iiv HTKKUT.
Mohry Arch, Ghent,
Graydon av., Ghent.
so Holt itreet. $37.5".
91 Holt St.. 135.
132 Cumberland ?25
73 Falkland. $22.50
7(7 Tunstall ave. $n
F09 Highland $12.50.
3-tO Corprew a v.. in,
423 Corprew av.. ?7.50
S Cecelia av.. $9.50.
14 Cecelia av.. $9.50.
10 Cecelia a v.. ?9.50.
37 Cecelia a v., $9.60.
?102 Main St.. $12.50.
5Sf. K. Ma n St.. J7 50.
337 Church St.. $8.50.
331 Church st.. $3.0o.
S2 Hank St.. $12.50.
Front at., A.Clty. $7.
438 Highland, $7.50.
6 Cecelia av.. $1.50.
136 Maple av.. ?7.00.
110 Falkland $8.50.
114 Falkland, $8.50.
118 Falkland, $0.50.
331 Church St., $10.
337 Church St.. $10.
3(io Granby st., $23.
3io Granby st., $20.
314 Granby st.. $20.
t2 Hank St., $10.
105 Granby St., ?25.
West Bid., Main
nnd Church Ms.
Warehouses 149. 151
Stables. 480 Main
H. C. H0GGARD & CO.,
REAL ESTATE & RENTAL AGENTS,
se bank Street. ? phone 749.
DWELLINGS. i DWELLINGS.
519 K. Main ?33. 99 Duncan. $21.
i<7 K. Highland. $10.1116 Highland. $16.
123 Graydon. $25.
r.* Bermuda, ?!?">. ltciOMS.
179 Bermuda, $10.50.1
128 Kelly, $8.50. 101 S. Kelly $7.
40S S. Park $20. KlS S. Kelly. ?.-.
317 WlllOUgllby, $l*v 2711 Chapel. ?7.
E. Hramblcton, ?7.1 IS Cornlck, $7."0.
707 Church street, store.-od dwelling, 513
7'.'9 church street, store. $35.
Foil SALE.?Wo -have several pieces of
property In Hratublcton and other s
tlons ot the city we can offer us bargains
to Investors or part es wanting homes;
also several nice firms on salt water.
For further Information call on
H. tlOGOARD ft CO.
WHITE St GO'
REAL ESTATE AND RENTAL AGENT
NO. SI HANK STREET.
123 Wood at. ,175 Brewer st.
113. 127 Walke St. I F< 1>. I.
220 Holt. !??.? I luncon. x
K'.s Holt. 52-54 Franklin.
148 FenchUreh. I Debreo ave.
875-377-398 Mute. 105, 312 Lovltt ave,
15 Queen st. I40S a Park avenue
133-212 York. 1 215 Kos.-.
iU 'l'uxtiwcur <U2 \V. Urambleton.
30 Brown. 1 Iioump Llndcnwoou
Offices on Main &
Granby sts. ROOMS.
11 North st. 212-650 E. Main.
3'9 Duke st. Cor. Plume and
12? new houses on Church st.
Hank st. M elegant rooms eor
87 Walke st. I ner Bosscvaln nnd
?in clay st. I Morion avc.Ghenl
We are offering vacant lots and good
homes in any part ot the city.
Of WILL I Bill 8 I SON.
22S MAIN STREET.
We have four new live-room houses on
C avenue, in Huntersvllle, very conve?
niently situated for 1 mployes of tho
Street Car Company, which we will rent
at a low figure. These houses have cis?
terns and niff large and roomy. Otb r
houses for rent In different paila of tho
city. Vehicle in attendance.
JOHN 0. GflMflGE
Sewer and Well Pipe
ALL SIZES. .
Shingles, Flooring Etc
NOKFOI K, VA.
J. W. GAMAGE. W. S. WALLER,
Headquarter for Foreign
Cement. Linie, Piaster. B.icKs,
Sewer and Chimney Pipe, Laths,
Shingles, &c. Office and warehouse
12 to 18 PLUME ST.
Near thd Bridg;. NORFOLK, VA
In the market for I. mo. Hol t?
land or American Cement Plas?
ter, Hair, Chimney Pipe Fire
Brick, Lath or Shingles. See us
before you buy. Wo are sole
agents for Ai ine Cement Plas?
ter. New No. 145 Water street.
BATCHELDER & COLLINS
Cooke, Clark & Co.,
Sash, Doors and Blinds
TILES AND GRATES
DUII DLRS' IIAKDWARK,
PAINTS, OILS AND GLASS
84 Commercial Place and
87 Roanoke Avenue
AUCTION S V I i s I n I it I DAT.
By Joseph Jones & Co.. Real Estate" und
General Auctioneers, No. 49 Bank St.
Tim DAISY LUNCH ROOM AT AUC?
TION.?Wo will soil ut public auc?
tion on tho premises, NV>. 291 Church
street, on MONDAY, January 9, at 10:30
n in., tho Daisy Lunch Romtii, with nil
tho fixtures and everything usually found
in a lunch room. Good stand, good busi?
ness good ehanco for buyer.
JOSEPH JON ICS & CO..
By Townsend & Joyncs, Auctioneers, No.
227 Main street.
r> Y VIRTUE OF THE TERMS OP A
> decree of tho Court of Law and
Chancery rendered on tht 21st day of
December, lM'S, In tho chancery cause
therein pending In which Mary L. Itatton
and another aro plaintiffs and John P.
Hatton and others are defendants, 1 will
sell at public auction at tho Norfolk Real
Estate Exchange, 23i Main street, Nor?
folk. Va.. on
FRIDAY. THE Cth DAY OF JANUARY,
1S99. at 12 ni., tho following property,
AHE THAT CERTAIN LOT OF LAND
with the building No. 9 (old number)
thereon situated on the south side of
Virginia street. In the city of Norfolk
and hounded and ''escribed as follows:
Beginning at the line of Dllworth (now
Hatton's) on snld street and running cast
wardly on said street lifteen feet to the
middle of the partition wall, thence along
tho middle of the partition wall and tho
fenco ninety-one feet, thence cnslwardly
threo feet, thence southwardly to Cleve?
land street, thence westwardly along
Cleveland street to Hatton's (formerly
Dllworth's) line, and thence northwardly
along said line to the beginning on south
side of Virginia street.
TERMS?One-half cash nnd the balance
upon a credit of one year, to be evidenced
by tho note of tho purchaser, carrying In?
terest from day of sale, payable snnl-an
nually, and to be further secured by a
deed of trust upon the property, to be
drawn and recorded and released at the
expense of the purchaser.
THOMAS II. WILCOX.
TOWNSEND & JOYNES,
IIIERERY CERTIFY THAT THE
bond required by the decree referred
to above has been given
Teste: L, ROYSTER.
BY virtue OF A CERTAIN deed
1 of I rust to me, as trustee, made by
J. 10. Fontress and J, t. Pen tress, to bo
euro to the Portor-McNeal i ompany the
payment of two noti s, fully set out and
descrobed In said deed or (rust, which
said deed Is date.l tho 15th day of Septem?
ber 1698. nnd is duly recorded In tho onioe
of the Registrar of Deeds of Hertford
county. State of North Carolina, in lloolc
No. 15, page 143, and at tho request <>f tho
holder or said n u s. the same being ovor
dnn nnd unp-itd; 1 shall, ai 12 o'clock noon
On the I9tll DAY OF .lAM UtY. 1899, <in
?the premises, at Murfrcesboro, in Hert?
ford county. North Carolina, sell at pub?
lic auction, for rash, to the highest bid?
der, the following properly, to-wlti
all that Certain piece of
HAND at Murfrcesborop Mm th Carolina,
<m wWi h III? saw iiTTll plonl of the said
J. e. Fontress and J. t. Fi ntress is sit?
uated, containing two i2> acres, in or.?
less, together with tho s.iw M n. Shlnglo
Mill, Engine and Boller an i all other per?
sonal property on said pn nil si 9 owned by
the grantors In ?<id deed or which was
on said premises at the time of the mak?
ing <>f said deed, and which s embraced
therein. It being all the real and personnl
property used by said grantors In tho
manufacture of lumber and shlngleii at
Mtirfroeaboro, N. c.
R. W. SltUI/TICE,
T. F. Rogers,
ROOMS 211 AND 212 COLUMIIIA 11U1LD.
ING. G RAN Ii IT ST 11EET.
The beut building lots la the city.
Warehouse Ncs. 41 and 43 Woodstdc Lane.
Two ofikts over the Business Men's As
ioclailon. Main Street.
Stores Nos. 2C7 and 2s9 Water street.
Stole No. ic Nlviaon street.
Store nn.i dwelling No. ?( (jueen atreet.
No?. f9 and 101 Commercial Place.
Nos! 79 and S3 Commerce street.
Offices: Granby. Hank and Commerct
Fine oll. e on Granby strict.
Store No. 412 Main street.
Store No. ST'", Bute street.
Stuhles on Plume street,
Dwelling No. 32 North street.
Dwelling No. ?3 Ma n Bin et.
Sx now brick dwellings on Yarmouth
street, ill modern conveniences.
Brick dwelling west of Granby street, on
Freemason street, furnished or unfur?
nished; possession January 1, 1899.
Dwilling No 60 Cnmhii i ind ftreet.
DweK!!i": 'Jiih j?ru.1.1. J3373X
Dwelling No. fi Cumberland street.
Dwelling on DeBree Place.
Two dwellings on Hamilton avenue.
Dwelling on Tool street.
Dwelling No. IVJ Mam street.
Dwelling Olney HobiI, Ghent.
Dwelling No. 412 Main street
Dweltli.g No. 122 Freemason sircet.
Two rooms with bath, Albetnarle bulld
ing. O'anby street.
FOR SALE.?Vacant property on Atlan
| tic and Plume streets, opposlto new Pub?
lic Building Lot.
W. H. H. TRICE & CO.
REAL ESTATE S- RENTAL AGENTS,
CORNER DANK AND PLUMS
RESIDENCES. ! FLATS.
_ . 1311 Church st.
3 Houses on Forte. ,,;? church st.
144 Reservoir. 2; Talbot St.
132 Brown ave. STORES.
164 Hank. 1300 Church.
132 Itrown ave. 121 Main.
6S Wood. Jami s and High.
Tho Willis House, ICQ Church slice,.
Franklin ave. I dwelling above.
12.1 Wood. 95 Commercial pi.
Granby :-t., ext. 13S Church, dwelling
133 York st. I above.
Graydon nv., Ghent. 91 C immerce st.
74 Cumberland. 515 Main.
Hardy House. Ghent74 & 7t> Hoanokc av.
Glennan House 6S3-5 Main st.
91 Holt straet,
Raleigh ave. Ghent
273 York At.
754 Church st.
7Ti It' .moke ave.
403 Mala st.
Union St., near
W. R, FEHTRESS ? SON,
General Real Estate and Rental Agents
13 BANK STREET. SECOND FLOOR.
DWELLINGS. i 299 Church st, 340.
159 Polish st.. $25. Cor. Church and
House on Duncan Charlotte, $22.50.
avenue, $21. [41?; Church st, $25.
House on Graydon ;.4 Queen st, rooms
avenue. $25. ) above. $15.
House on Franklin MO I'.otctourt, $75.
S4 Falkland St.. ?20.
j SO ISrown St., $22.50.1
160 Bermuda "=t., $11.|
215 Brown ave, $15.
123 Church st.. $22.60.1
S4 Virginia st.. $io.5o.|
127 Charles st.. $7.
412 Baxter ace., jo.
I 4ir> Main st,
9S Brewer st, $25.
stalls and room for three carriages."
soutie-rn States Telephone?515.
to INVESTORS.?We an offer several
I fine bargains In good paying city prop
I crtv. Correspondence solicited.
I Conveniently located slat l-s with three
cor. Water and
299 Church st, $10.
Cor. Church and
llo'.t. 2 rooms.
422 11 ghland, $6.5?.
71S 720 W. Bramble*
ton ave. $f, each.
274 J imes st, $6.
125 Kelley ave. $6.