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Review of the Markets; Shipping
News; and Real Estate Business.
FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL
Stocks, Money, Exchange, Bonds, Grain,
Cotton, Provisions, Etc.
Now York. May 12 ?Tho hulls had the
honor of the speculative contest to?
day, hut the edge was taken off the rise
in the last few minutes of trading by a
vigorous bear raid. The eon tinned pur
Chases for London account and lite lack
of strain in either the money or Sterl?
ing Exchange markets were features "f
conddelice. Moreover. It was an?
nounced that the final (5,000.000 war?
rant, in connection with the Spanish
indemnity, WOUld be deposited on Mult
day in a local bunk, which unnounci ?
that all the needed exchange bad been
??cured, and tills was favorably Inter?
preted as to its probable effect on Sterl?
ing Exchange- The known movements
of money, although often misleading,
were thought to forecast a favorable
hank statement, as there had been but
few industrial consolidations linn need.
At times the stock market was very
erratic; there was first a recession from
tho opening higher level, and Iben a
gradual recovery until near lb,- close.
Sugar moved over a radius of nearly 10
points and closed with a rise of 6;
Brooklyn Transit lost nearly a point
net. hui closed nearly 2 points above the
figure reached in tho raid. American
Tobacco lost nearly :< points, after a dip
of twice as much. Metropolitan dropped
to 218%, jumped over tl points and left
off with a. gain of over 2 points. Tin?
Iron ami Steel shares were rather weak,
as were Hie Coalers, but the Pacific
and Grangers were strong, with frac?
tional advances appearing pretty gene?
ral in the rest of the list.
Immense blocks of high grade mort?
gages wore taken to-day at Improved
prices, and the strength of these issues
exercised a stimulating effect on the
speculative liens. Considerable activity
was noted. The market generally im?
proved. Total sales. $4,530,000.
United Slates new 4's and the old 4's.
coupon, advanced lie and old 4 s. reg?
istered, and the 3'p, 'sc- in the bid price.
The total sales of stocks were (129,300
shares.
New York, May 12.?Standard Oll, 4.SC
<T< 1.88.
NEW YOP.K STOCK MA UK ET.
Alchlson .is*; si i, und S e.
A lehnen, pre. .. -,;, >,, zd pref..17
'? and O . IBH,(j st. Land S W 13%
Can. Pa eitle .... 97%St b uml 8 W
l."a n. Sou tie rii . .'.4 pref . 31%
Con. I'au lie .... 47'J St. Paul .121
*-' am) o . Ib-Til St. Paul. nref. 169
C ci d a .ICQ ! St. P and <> .... 92
c. I: nd <! ....132% Si Pnnd O, pro 17?
C Uuu E I . 7? St. P M and M ?
C and i; 1. pre |J| ! R0. Pacllie . 29%
cg U . 14% s?. Hallway .... 12%
C. i an.! i, . ;i so. It'y. pier. .. 51%
C, I uml I.. uro to T and I' .
C and N W ....ij:;?*j Union Pacific .. 43%
G ami. X W. pie litt U. P., pref.7>:
C C O and St L55 1* P n and G .. ?
- <? C and St L, Wnbasli . 7'}?
pre'.91 I Wiihash. prof. . 21
1) and ll .Us W and L E .... 10%
I). L ami \V_na:?..I W and I. E. pre 2:?"a
l> am It g .... 23 "
1) und U G, pre 77',;! EXritKPH COS
Brie (ni w? . t ". a e. ex - illv, ..itn
e (neu? 1st ore 3414 Ainrlcnn Ex. ...II?--'
El \. lyjio .is, I II. H Ex . 47%
<:;. Nor., pref. ..;<?:. Wells Eurgu ...125
Hoiking Val ... ;<i'J -
tllirpls Central ,1l4Vil MISCELLANEOUS
L E und W .... 17 : A. Col. 1)1 _ 35%
I. K and W, pre 67 a C <-? picf, ex.
i.ake Shore .i!>s dlv. '..91% I
L and N . fi.W Amor. Spirits .. 12%
Manhattan "L" in%' a s. prof. _X'
Mrti St. It'y ....23! I Amor. Tobacco 160% I
Mich. Central ..u:t A T. pref.ill
M ..ml St I.f.71'.! Con Gas .IM
M and St 1. is: c e ?' .1510
pref.lOOVj c. V act I . .. 46%
Mo. Pacific . 4P? C E and I. pie 111'
M uml <? . 40 I Genl Electric ,.IIU%
M. K and T .... ISV4 II f C .12214
M. K und T. pre :i U KT . 118%
N. J. Central ...112% lnl'n'1 Paper ... 49%
N. Y Central ..lXi i I p, pref . S\\\
N Y. C and 81 L 12'-; La Clcde G.is .. ?3
N Y.C ami St L. Lead .31V
1st pit ".G5 : Lead, pref.112'.?
N Y.C and St L, I Minn. Iron . ?
2d pref..-Iii I Nat. Lin. oil .. I
N und W . 19'-. Pacific Mail .... W4?
N and W, pref. 07 P G, ex.- dlv. ..118%
N A C . us! Pullman Pal. ..1&SV&I
No. Pacllie . ;,cis Silver Cor .?1
P. pref.76% S It and T .... 81
O und W . 24
O It und N .... 07
O S L . ?
P C. 1st pref. .. s:l
P C. 2d pref. ... .'.7
Pittsburg.ist
ugar
Sui-'ar pref.IK?7S
T C and I .59
IT. S. I.? a I her .. 0%
P. S L, ptef. .. 70
U S. ltllbl.er .. nl
Reading .20% U. S lt.. pref, ..11414
Heading. 1st pre West. Union ...91%
R G W . 31 , Enlera! Steel .. (11%
R G W. pref. .. 70% F s, pre." . 81%
R?ck Island .112 i A S and W .... 66% I
Si L and S E .. 11',) A S and W pre 9"
St L and S E. Con. Tub. Co. .. ?
pref.69%' C T C. pref. .. 53%
NEW YORK MONEY M AUK ET.
Now York. May 12.?Close: Money on
call steady at 3%@4 per cent.; last loan
at 3% per cent. Prime mercantile
paper, 3%04% per cent Sterling Ex?
change steady, with actual business in
bunkers' bills at 4.86% ?> I.S7 for demand
and at 4,84%{f4.S5 for sixty da vs. P.i. ted
rates, 4.Bo%<fp4.86% and 4.87'.3(8 1.88%;
commercial bills, i si; silver ccrtifli at es,
60%; Mexlcun dollars. 4s'.,. Govern?
ment bonds, strong: State bonds, inac?
tive; railroad bonds, flrnv
BOND MARKET.
United States 2's registered . 99%
United states 8's. registered . I0S%
United States S's, coupon . l?8%
United States new 4's, reg'stered _ 129%
United Sinti -? new 4's, coupon . 1 94}
United States old 4's, registered . 112%
United States old 4's. ooiipmi . 11314
I'n'.ted States S's, registered . 112%
United Sti.tes 5's. coupon . 112%
Dlstrlcl of Columbia 3-i'.5's . i;;
Virginia centuries . w%
Virginia deferred .
CHICAGO MnRltBL
Ifhut, forn. Ojts. Provision?, lari. Short
1 it b ? T.i..
Chlcaeo. May 12.?Wheat ruled sir >ng
to-day on reports allegation dnmug ? to
wheat by Hess ion Hies and prcdli lions
of frost. July dosed with a gun of
%@%C. Corn advanced %c, and oats
V.-c. Pork and lard advanced 2'^:.
and ribs 5c,
The leading futures ranged as follows:
Open High. Low. Clo*.
Wheat No. 2?
May . 69% G9% 68%
July . 70li 70% 69? 7 ? .
Sept. 69% 70'4 69% 70W
Corn No. 2?
May . 83% 33% 33 83=1
July . 33% 31 3314
Sept. . 34% 31% 31 31'.
Oats No. 2?
May . 26% y.<: 20% 26V
July . 23% 23% 2S14 234
Sept. 21 21% 21 21'.
?)?>'.(! Pur'i. por hm rol?
July.V27'a K.37'i S.2.", S.30
Bept.8.4714 S.5214 ,s.42'.i 8.45
Laid pc 10.1 pounds
July .4.9;. fi.iV? 4.93 5.00
Sept.5."7'i 5.12'i f..?;'.'. fj. 12' '
?h?rt R:hB, per 1<J0 pounds?
July .4.66 4.? I.CO 4.65
Sept.. 4.75 4.tvl 4.75 4.W
Cash quotations were as follows:
Flour easy; No. 2 spring wheat, CO'u1
"Of.: No. .1 spring wheat, G4$fGUc.: No.
2 red, 72?74c; No. 2 corn. 33V4@33t&c;
No. 2 oats. 26V&C.; No. I" white, 30c; No.
3 white, 28%?29%c; No. 2 rye. SSV&c;
No. 2 barley. 35940c; No. 1 Max seed.
$1.06,; new $1.08; prime timothy seed.
$2.35; mess pork, per bbl.. $S.20tfpS.25;
lard, per 1U0 lbs., $4.92V<!@4.95; short
ribs sides, (loose). $4.45*5*4.74; dry salt?
ed * shoulders, (boxed), 4'i(o I'-.c; short
clear sides, (boxed), $4.SS<S>4.95; w his?
key, distillers' nnlshed goods, per gal..
$1.2G; sugars, cut. loaf. $0.02; granulat?
ed. $5.52.
On the Produce Exchange to-day the
butter market was steady; oreamerles,
12ftil7c.: ?Iiiries, 10(<i 14;:.; eggs, steady:
fresh. liytC
NEW YORK TlilHMC MARKET.
Now York, Slav 12. ? Potatoes quiet:
New York. $1.25tfj>1.75; Jersey. $1.000
2.00. Cabbage steady, $1.50(1,2.75 per
hai rel era .
BALTIMORE GRAIN MA UK KT.
Baltimore. May 12.?Flour lower;
Western super, $2.1Sttt|2.30.
Wheat nnd lower; ppot and
month. 72 "< 72T;c.: June, 72%?73c;
July. 7$Vi?73V4c; Southern by sample,
CSOi 73%c.
Com steady: spot. 37T<.'!i3Sc.; month
and June, 37%@3Sc; July, 3Sc; South?
ern white corn, 4l1,&c
Outs steady: No. 2 white, 33?/-'<f34c.;
No. 2 mixed, 3l@31^c.
Rye dull and lower; No. 2 Western.
62 Vic
NAVA VL STORES.
Charleston. S. C, May 12.?Turpentine
market, quiet, 37c. Rosin, firm and
unchanged.
Savannah. Ca., May 12.?Spirits tur?
pentine. Arm, :;Sc. Rosin, firm nnd un?
changed.
Wilmington. N. C May 12.?Spirits
turpentine, quiet. 37?37?,4c. Rosin, firm,
95c. and $1.00. Crude turpentine, steady,
$1.35, $2.40 and $2.50. Tar, firm, $1.25
The Cotton Markets.
New York, Slay 12.?Business on the
Cotton .Exchange to-day was smaller
than that of the past few days, the
scope of price changes being narrower.
The market started steady in ton-', with
prices off 1 to 3 points in sympathy with
a reaction in futures at Liverpool. From
this basis there was little divergence
during the rest of the session, the mar?
ket at the (lose biing steady at a net
decline of l to :; points.
The usual buying orders for the sum?
mer months from Europe were on ha ml
at the opening, but hf'tcr these had
been executed the market became list?
less and showed very little energy dur?
ing the balance of the session. Com?
mission house representatives found
time heavy on Ihclr h inds, as In fact,
did the majority of the local trade.
This apathy was due almost entirely to
Imperfect ami conflicting Ideas as to the
real condition of the growing crop.
Dispatches from the belt were few and
far between, ami at best indefinite.
The weather news was gratlfllng in
some respects, noting fair to good rains
In the northern and western portions of
the cotton region with normal temper?
ature. The forecast pointed to showers
in portions of the Central Gulf States
and Atlantic States within the next 21
hours, where rain is badly needed.
New York. May 12.?Cotton futures
opened sleadv at 1 -to 3 points decline:
Mny, (1.80; June. 6.82; July, 5.80; Au?
gust, r,.SS; September, 6.86; October.
?.'.iO; November. 5.91; December, 6.95;
January. 6.99; February, Co.'; March,
6.05; April, fi.09.
Futures closed stcadr: May, 5.S2;
June. 6.85; July. 5.85; August, 5.00;
September, 5.S7: October, u.'.m-, Novem?
ber, 6.01; December. 6.95; January,
fi !?*: February. 6.01; March, G.05; April,
COS.
Spot closed quiet: middling uplands,
fi'-.c: middling guir, C'-'.e.; sales, 200
bales.
New York, May 12.?Cotton quiet:
middling. fd',e.: net receipts, r.OI bales:
gross, 1.622 bales; sales. 200 bales;
stoek. lTO.r.f'O bales.
Tidal to-day: Not receipts, 0.(100 bales;
exports to Great Britain. 5.73S bales: to
Frnnce. 12S hales: to the Continent,
4.521 bales: stock, 743.164 bales.
Consolidated: Net receipts. 02.575
bales; exports lo Great Britain. 23.362
ball's: to 'France. 5,655 bnles; to the
Continent. 20,814 bales.
Total since September 1st: Net re?
ceipts. 7,984,608 bales: exports to Great
Britain. 3.272.120 bales: ?.-. France, f.07.
707 bales; to the Continent. 2.525,305
bales.
New York. May 12.?The following
are the total net receipts of cotton at
all ports since September 1. IS98:
Oalveston, 2,269.550 bale?: New Or
loans, 2,114.262 ha I s;_Mobile._?.'.??<,,< II
bales; Savannah, i.ii47.(-'7i bales; Char?
leston. 861,034 bales; Wilmington, 2!?o.
625 bales: Norfolk. 632,451 bales; Bal?
timore, 44,242 bales: Ne?V York. 133.S93
bales: Boston. 292.631 bales; Newport
News, 1S.72I bales; Philadelphia, 46.024
bales; Brunswick. 260.499 bales; Port
Arthur, J9.765 bales; Pensncola, 1S5.261
bales; Port Royal, 20.S65 bales; tol.il.
7,'.i.M.r.0S bales.
LIVERPOOL cot tun MARKET.
Liverpool, May 12.- I p. m.?Cotton;
spot good business do ie; prices un?
changed; American middling, ?'! 13-32(1.
The sales of the day wc , 12.000 bales.
Of w hich 1,000 were foi i U all ?II .I
export, nnd Included 11.600 American.
Receipts', 4,ooo bales, including 800
American.
Futures opened quirt but steady, with
a moderate demand and closed quiet at
the decline American ml Idling:
May. 3 20-64??3 21-Old Boilers; May
and June. 3 2U-64?3 21-fild. sellers;
June and July. 3 21-tild. > II July nnd
August. 3 21r64?3 S2-64d. sellers: Au?
gust and September. 3 Ul-0157:3 22-64(1.
sellers; September and October, " 21
Old. seller: October and November, 3
20- 64d. buyer: November ind I? rer
ber. 3 19-64 ?3 20-64d. si liers; 11 ? i
her nnd January. 3 19 6l<Ji 3 20- >4d buy
ersi Janunrv a ml February, 20 I
seller: February and March, 20-64?3
21- 64d. sellers; March and April, :: 21
Cld. buyer.
Norfolk Cotton Market.
Norfolk, Va.. M.sy 12, l?!.!?.
IS99. |S(18.
Tone .Steady. Sternly.
Cud middling .?? . 6%
Middling .? - 'i s
l ow middling .-16 .", u-io
CSood ordinary . I . .">
Bullr. Bnlr^
?ipts
l.iqa
Shipments . 32 9SI
Stock.53.?$ I'-'.i"!
COTTON RECEIPTS
Thro. Local. Tot-.'
ScnboafVl Air Line .... ? 12 12
Nonoik .fc Western ,. ?
Norfolk ?v Southern .. ? 29 29
Norfolk ?* Carolina .. ;
Southern Railway .... 625 4M 9%
Total . 613 1,040
AMONG OUR COTTON MEN,
Receipts at ?. S. ports yesterday
were 9,600 bales, against 7,102 bales last
yeaT.
Bar silver In London declined 3-lGd.?
2Sd. against 26Vid. lus{ year.
Spot sales In Liverpool, 1.200 bales,
against S.000 bales last year.
Contracts closed quiet, one to one and
one-half points decline.
New York future market closed
steady, two to three points decline?
August, 5.00; October, 6.90 to 6.91; Jan?
uary, 5.9S to 5.09. Spot cotton un?
changed.
Norfolk received yesterday 1.010
bales cotton, against 6*.5 b ibs last year.
Receipts at New Orleans to-day esti?
mated at 1,800 to 2.300 bales, against
2,011 bales last year. (
Receipts at Houston to-day estimated
at 000 to 700 bales, against 128 bales
last year.
Crop movement Is as follows:
ISOT. IS9S.
Stocks int'r towns...
Rec'ts at U. S. ports.
Stock at IT. S. ports..
Ree'to int'r towns...
Brought in sight this
week (est.) .
Total crop in sight
(est.) ,.10,507,133 10
Liverpool stock and sales are as fol
lows:
1S09.
Sale* of the week. 102,000
Stock and stock afloat.1.616.000
Of which American_1,634,000
Middling .3 13-32d
403.381
743.164
32,050
!,630
.,010
1,106
,112
4I.1S5
526.146
1R0S.
51.000
1.310,000
1,235,000
3 9-10d.
RIGtlMOND STOCK MARKET.
Richmond. Va., May ii. isro.
Bld.Ask
? S 4 s .113 IH
U s ::-s .107%
STATE SEC.
N C 4'8 .1"7"j
N c c,s ...f.,lJ7l4
Va J'S .
Va ("en's .
CITY SEC
Rlch'd Vs
Rlcll'd ?"s
Rlch'd 5's ..11
Rlch'd 4's ...107
It. It. BONDS.
I A&C 1st 7's.ljn
Bld.Ask.
A C L A ....135
A C L 1! ....122%
REAP I'oti 110
RES P com .110 150
? ?? l>iv Obi 13714
SSU, ss-i; So By pfd .. 52
83% 84 ! " Com. .. 12
0 & a pfd .. 6914 70
'O ? a com . 35 36
GS&F pfd .. '.'2
" 2d pfd .
1 " com ..
Nor St Ry .. 68 69
BANK STOCK
..183
..118
10791
A&C B'd 0's.HfJ',-102 ICItlSCU's ex. 28>i
CC&A ex 5's City .SO
CC&A 2d 7 s
GaPa 1st Cs 120
OSAFIa 6's .103
Pet Cl A 5's.H5
Pet Cl It 6*0.123
RAM 1st 6'S i-2
S A ,t M ..
So 1st .Vs ....100
WNC 1st B's II
G'&A pr ?'s .1?
G&A con's
First Nat ..170
Mere Nat ..210
i Mctropol'n . 24
Nat bk Va .lopi
Planters' N 270
Pet s,\L-i Co. 40
i ?106'
N B_Ry pr
It Trac 5's ..1061410
N&W 4 pr ct 9414
NorSt Ry 5's
R R, STOCK.
A & C .125
c x- o .2.1
N C .|.V)
N .vW pfd . 07
Security
State ...
Union
Va Tins
lavlngs
,108*410914 INSU
T
V F
115
....ms ISO '
t'd'iis
.. .. 4<1W.
COS
1 D 1211412214
.* M ... 40
V.i S;at.
::::
MIS' lELLANEOUSt.
Am Tob pfd .110
?? Com _
k'a-Ca-Chpf 115 116H
I " Com .... r
's
2.C00 Va. 3's
100 Va. 2's ?.
NORFOLK MARKETS
For Grain. May, Groifirics, Provision
Sc.
<liinfntIoiintit ? iiuli'Hiili' Price*, mi.
lens oilirro lue ?tiiic?!, null price* arc
subject to (I ii i i ii m i i n ii in mal in i.
grain, tt at and TtICI3.
CORN?White corn,car lots.tlCe.; mixed
corn, car luls. 42e.: from stores, walte,
47c; front stores, mixed, 45c.
MILL FEED?Market steady, liran.
from store, $16-00: middling, from stoic,
10.50: shlpstun*. $16.60.
OATS?-Steady: mixed, CJc; white, 37c.
hay?No. l, $14.00 per ton; No. 2, j;::.r,o
per ton from store:
Ml!.LCD RICK?As to grades-?lj to
6%c.
ROUGH RICE?C:il*73c. per bushel.
PEANUTS AND PEAS.
PEANUTS?Market, linn; fancy, $14c.:
strictly prime 31?@3?4c.; prime. Sc.; com?
mon 2*12'-.i:.: Spanish, (Sc. Jer bushel.
PEAS?Black, ye. $2.40 per bag; black,
SOc. per bushel.
COUNTRY PRODUCE.
POULTRY?Live, steady; chickens, old
fat, 306.156.; spring chickens, steady, at 15
tjj;toc.; ducks, mud. 2u^.
EGOS?Steady, lie. per dozen.
BUTTER?Good country, 12 to ifie.
COUNTRY-BAMS ? Quiet: Smlthfleld,
old i:v'(i i.ic.: fancy, new, l214Q>14c; Vir?
ginia country, IOQ>12V4c; good North Caro?
lin i 10*111214c
POTATOES?Northern seed. $3.00f?3.50:
Northern white. $2.0062.25 per bag; new
sweets, H.iyman. $1.15 to $1.25 per barrel;
yellow, $1.504} 1.60.
NEW PEAS?$1 2545 1.85 per ba?k< t.
CUCUMBERS?$1.50 per box.
SNAPS?$1.25 per basket
CABBAGE?$3.00 per crate.
ONIONS?$8.01 'i.!.2S per bag.
BERMUDA?$2.00 per box.
- FRUTTSr.
STRAWBERRIES?6c, per quart.
APPLES?Northern, $5.0 f6.00 per bar?
rel.
LEMONS?$2.50>tl3.00 per box.
PEACHES?None.
LIMES J' 60 i"-r peck.
PINE APPLES?10ft 12c.
BANANAS-Per bunch, 50c.4?$l.60.
COCOANUTS?100 to bag, $3.00.
CALIFORNIA ORANGES Sevl'.tngJ,
J3.00Q3.25; navels, $3.75414.00 per box.
GROCERIES.
FLOUR?Markel strong; spring wheat,
fancy patent, $ixo: winter wheat, stand?
ard patent, $4.25: winter wheat, half piit
eut. i!:'u. winter wheat, best sum:..in.
$3.70; winter wheat, choice straight, $3.60;
winter wheat, family, $3.50; 'rlnifr wH-nt,
fair lo good kuidt* Uf extra. $3.25; wlri
tor wheal sill" r. $3.0 >'?) j. 10,
MEAL-^Pcr bag 100 ibs.. $1.03; :>0 lb.
bugs, 97c.
COFFEE?Coffee He higher and tirm;
jnva, 2lfiI5c.; do., Lagunra, l2<Tt-'13c,; cbolco
Rio. lOtg?lllic.; prime, do., hWloiio.; fnir,
do. v .. ',r ,i'.. common, do., 7! M40.
BUTTER -Prime i lioi'-i grades, 51c*.
fair to good grades. 20 u 21c: ia'r grades.
IN 10 i?C.
CHEESE ? Lower: large full cream,
ll'-e.; small full cream. 12c.
S'UOAR?Mnrket very llrih at the
advance. Out of town prices de
p< mi. in on delivery rates t6 dif?
ferent points: cm Loaf, :.f.s: Patent
Cubes. 5.60; Powdered. 6.60; Granulated,
". is Granulated In 5-ib. bag ;. 5,61; Granu
latcd In 2-lb. bags, 5.51; Confectioners' A.
is; Kevstone Ai 4:!iS; American A, 4.9S;
Centennial A. 4.9S; California A. 4.'d;
En nklln B 4.S5: Keystone B, 4 7!?. Ameri?
can B, 4.73; Centennial B, 4.<;<:: California
11 1,60; Franklin Extra c, 4..'.?: Keystone
Extra c. 1.48; American Extra C, 1.41;
Centennial Extra C, 1 California Extra
c 4.25: Franklin Extra C, 4.c.'>.
SYRUPS AM> MOLASSES ? Market
firmer n: the ndvam 1: syrup, pood to
choice. 204722: lower grade syrup, 12915;
molasses, Porlo Rico. 2O02Sc; molasses,
Cuban, nr.iie: New (Orleans, f.ur lo chj.ee.
p; to 36: common, 12 to 14.
PROVISIONS.
BULK MEATS' Market firm: rib sides.
$5.1505.25: hcirc-H, pastern, 61465%c; bel?
lies, western. :',', ??
HAMS -SUB 11 ? in tl, 9Up.
DRY SALT KD .lOWI.ES?None.
PORK PLA*1 I R $4:60
MESS PORK old $'.?..-.).
HAM PORK P r barrel. $10.10
LARD?Pure butchers', In llcrfies, 614c;
compound Ii reo*, 6c; SO-lb. tubs a ad
C0-lb. tins, lie, more.
WOOL AND HIDES.
WOOL?Unwashed, tsc : bulk/i S to 7o.
\e++- wished wnoi SSc.i black, \2\ic lo 16c
HIDES?O, S.. T>7; gr'eii. "it, ?iy Ont,
drv *ait. 1114; damaged 7.
SALT FISH.
HERRING?Now nastorn Gross per
Parrel, none; mullets. 100-lb. kegs. $373:
spots, PJj-ln. kegs. $}.~5; mackerel, fat .No
2. SJi.OO.
FRESH PISH.
Spots, none; cn.akcrs. per pound, 2c.:
Taylors, none; large rook |>er pound,
l2He.; pan rock per pound, K(Sjl2' ,c; shad,
Puck. 7c; rue. lie.
L. GRANDY
?^2 RQAN?KB DOCK
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
HAY, QRAIinVsI RAW
-A.Ml
TWILL. FEFD
Large stock on hind and In transit
selected seed da is and sb kd
It YE IN STOCK.
NO. 1 Tl.MU'l 11 V HAY ALWAYS ON
11 AND.
c.w.grmdy& sons
_
Cotton Factors and Commission
Merchants,
NORFOLK, VA.
No. 19 Front Street. Atlantic City
W. H. H. TRICE &" CO
REAL ESTATE & RENTAL AGENTS,
COL. RANK AMI PLUME STS.
FOn KENT
RESIDENCES, 1 CLVrS.
? , LtSO Main.
Olney Road. fa Maln'
iS ,,,,kP- Sh elds
206 Cove St. 579 Mam.
, - Cumberland. ' STORES.
579 Main. , Church.
1 EOS Tuustal avenue. 223 Water st.
i>o Bermuda, Mar. ilCampbell Wharf.
40 North st. 521 ' hnreh.
793 Church. 91 Commercial.
4 Houses ...n Forte. I S3 Church
Tho Willis House.' New store City
? Franklin nvo. ! Hall Avenue
Biaehwood Placo.,632 Church street.
Ghent. James and High,
Graydon by., Ghent, rn Church,
Manly House, Ghent &S3 5 Main st.
Glen Iran House, Colon st.. neaj
Ghent. I "hurrh.
Nee houso on tho suburbs with live
1 acres.
40-acre Farm, good buildings, three m'.lcs
from Norfolk.
Also 11 w0"-arro Farm, good buildings,
Kemsvllle station.
BYRD, BALDWIN ?Sc CO.,
ItU.M'AI, Al.i:>' I >. imOUS 3'J t M) 11
IIAIHIIXC; !'??* Itt'M.Ul.SG,
<? It A A i \ si .: ?;(. 1.
FOR RENT
DWELLINGS.
110 Falkland, !'".so.
727. Church. $5.90.
ST?RES
427 Corprew, $7.50
5& H:,,rc?^!'r.?;ivi-!v ?Sft
4-is Reservoir Jli "'! ' hlirch, $10.00,
m Maple, $12.50; w^ChUKh- $4 n
Hi Fri 'it. A. 0 $15.1 - 1 ' ' ? 1
Mabry Arch. Client.
$100.00,
Warren Crescent.
Ghent. $10.90.
Warren Crescent,
Ghent. $:0 00.
21 Cecelia ave, $9.r,o.
ROOMS.
t Cecelia, Ji."?.
3O0 Grnnby, 110.00.
l?< I'r Anne. i'',.oo.
7^9 Church, $1.50.
132 Maple
itmercial, J7."
Granby, .'2",.'j,>.
:;ii Grnnby, $10.00.
OFlJ M.l.s
Warehouse and of
Hees cor. Wntci
anil Faycttc. $S3.S4
105 Granhv $15.00.
2!7 Main $10 euch.
460 Main, a tables, ?:>
W< t Building, cor.
Main and Church.
Haddington Build?
ing, con Granby
and City Hall ave.
h. c. h0ggard & co.,
REAL, LSI Air. RENTAL AGENTS
2? RANK STREET. 'PHONE 743
DWELLINGS Church.7r., $12.50
4cs S. Park ave. .?20 \ 12S N. Kelly, }>..",'>
317 Wllloiighhy. $!>> 12 Hamilton, $23.00
?....) W. Hlghland,$10 51 Libert} st.. $13.50
123 Grnydon, $231 R' M IMS,
15 Queen. 10r., $25 SC Maltby. 1... $6.59
123 Wood street. $23 | II? 8. Kqlly, lr.. S^
SOS and SOS Water str, 1 t. 3 floors, $t0.
?131 and 4'7 Church streut (each), j.lu.
6S Nicholson stn ? t. 110.
65 Commerc nl Place, t7".
749 Brambleton avenue. $7.50.
747 Brambleton av< nuo, Hi.
Colltue at Ocenn Vi< v, $10.
All property for sale.
AND MONEY TO LOAN.
RliHOVAL NOTICE.
H. 0. WIL LlflfllS k SOU
RENTAL AGENTS,
Have removed u> room 9 Talbot Build?
ing from No. 173 Main street, where \h y
will he glad to mi?!?Ho .r old tri nds I
make new ones. Special attention given
to the collection <?! r ats. If you have
vacant property list with us. Vehicle in
attendance.
I have th^ CHALLENGE REFRIGER?
ATORS arid it has the right name, as it
I will challenge aiiy good hardwood refrig?
erator on the market, if In need, call and
examine stock and get prices. All sea?
sonable goods at low prices.
P. J. MALBON,
Both Phon? No. 401
J. W DAMAGE. "V s- WALLER.
pie k man
Headquarter for Foreign
and Doniestis
imt Lime, Piastsr. busks
Sewer and Chimney Pips, Laths,
Shingles, OHice and warehoiisii
12 to IS PLUffl? ST
N<Ar th; r.ri.i". NORFOLK VA.
machinery]
For Lowest Prices
and Best Terms
en Portable, stationery, Corl j'= und Jin
rlno Engines, Steam Boilers, all styles and
sizes; Ga::, Gasolene and Naptha En?
gines El clric Motors, 8nw, Grist and
Sliing'lo Mills, Wd d W< rklng Machines,
netting. Scales of all kinds, &c. Call on
er write to
T, A. PERRY,
MANUFACTURERS' AGENT,
No 303 Water street (Roper Building).
Uoili phones Xj, ?*. Norfolk, Vu.
A ITT ION NAI.KS-TM1S DAY.
By the Morris Auction House. 44 Wash?
ington Street. Opposite New Market
tAItOF. SALE OF FURNITURE},
J Carpets. Knits. Mattings, Oll Cloth,
Large 8tore Refrigerators, lot Groceries
Fish, &c, .it our auction liouso THIS
(Saturday) morning at 10 o'clock,
it* K. K. MORRIS, Manager.
Ai ri ia\ s,\ i.i>-i<TTt;iti. ? ?t.
By~J. Walter Hosier and It. B. Chafftn &
C:\ (Incorporated), Kcal Estate
Auctioneers.
Commissioners' Auction Sale of1
Desirable Lot.
Acllnpr under a decree of the Chancery
Court "f the City of Richmond, in the
causes ,)t" Campbell \s. Southern Building
and Loan Association, and Watson vs.
Mime, entered Octob? 29th, 159S, the un
dei :?!? i Special Commissioners ap?
pointed tor the purpose, will Bell by publlo
auction on iii(< prem.ses, on TIIUR8
DAY. MAA" ISTIl, 1899, at 12 in., that cer?
tain lot of land known as lei No. 4 w.
Suffolk, Virginia, beginning at tin north
wesi corner of the S Quay road and
Broad street and running thence west
along and fronting on said s. Quay road
in feet, thence north 113 feet to alley It.
thence east along south Bide of said alley
CO teei to ?aid Broad street, ihenco south
along said I i ad street 14j feet to the be
II :RMS.?Onc-ih'rd cash, balance on
en dil 'I ii and 13 months from day of sale,
with Interest. Purchaser to give negotia?
ble notes with personal security for de
ferrcd payments and title to be retained
i.ntd purchase money la paid In full.
willis B SMITH,
w. 1' Mi It A Ii,
s. s. I'. FATTBSON,
Special Commissioners.
Walter iiokier,
Auctioneer.
The bond required of the Special Com?
missioners by the above decree has u< i n
duly given. CHAS. O. 8AV1LLE clerk.
iuyC-llt
UNDER A DEED OF TRUST erom
1>. C. Lasslter and Wife, dated April
30th, I km, of record In Clerk's Olflce of
Corporation Court of Norfolk city, default
bavins been made m the payment ef in?
debtedness therein seemed, by direction
of the creditor Hierein seemed. 1 shall I x
po.se for sal ? Bt publ c nuctlon at the Nor?
folk Real Estate and Slock Exchange,
No I:'.'; Main strict. Norfolk, Va.. on
TUESDAY, the 28rd day of May. at
12 o'clock m., the following property slt
uati i in Brambleton Ward, in the City of
Norfolk, to-wit:
Beginning at the southwestern Intersec?
tion of I'-rauibleton avenue und M iltbv
avenue ?nd extending westerly along
Brambleton avenue 117 feet, or mire to a
ice at tie- eastern line of the land now
or formerly leased to T. A. Ferry; thence
southerly at right angles to Brambleton
avenue 12a fei t. thence easterly pai ill I to
Brambleton avenue 117 feet, or more, to
Mnltby tivi nue, und thence northerly
along Mnltby avenue Iii feel to the be?
ginning.
TELMS. ' ei. -th'rd cash: Valance, one
and two v. irs, with Interest from date of
s ile at sj\ per rent, per annum, payable
.? ? ml-anui ally, to he evidenced by negotia?
ble me,, s and secured by deed of trust
i nstituting a liist li, a upon the property.
Deed ol tin : to be dinwn, stamped and
recorded at the expense of the purchaser.
T. It. I 'a IRLAND, Ti nstee.
TOWNBEND & JO Y N KS,
myll-tdH Auctioneers
TfNDER A DEED OF TRUST FROM
J p. C. Lasslter and wife dated May
Gth, IStMl, of record; default having been
u,i,l, in the payment of the Indebtedness
^ ? . ud, by direction of the creditor there
i. Bccurcd, I shall expose for sale at pub?
lic auction at the Norfolk1 Heal Estate
ii i Slo k Exchange, No, ?30 Mi in street,
No: i,.n<, Va. on TUESDAY the 23rd day
ol" May. ISO?, at 12 o'clock m? the follow?
ing i n perty situated In the City of Nor?
folk, to-wit:
At: that 'ol ef land wllb the frame
dwelling house thereon, commencing on
the South side or Falkland street at a
point distant -i feel west of Rellly street,
and extending thence easterly ai mir Falk
bind tit-. :"? feet, more or less, I hence
southerly (9 feel ton ten-foot In no extend
in"; to Rellly street, tie nee weatwardly
along said lane 15 feet, more or l< ss, ami
thence northwardly S9 feet to the begin?
ning point.
TERMS.?One-third cash; bnlnnce, one
and two yens, with interest thereon from
date of sale ai si?: per cent, per annum,
payable seinl-aiiuually, to be evidenced by
negotiable notes and secured by deed of
trust constltut ng u first lien upon the
property.
Deed of trust to be drawn, stamped and
recorded at Hie oi ilu rmrchiser.
IICC.il C. DAVIS, Trustee.
TOWNSEND .v. JOYNES,
inyl2-td <_An. .1 :i_
T. F. Rogers,
BOOMS 211 AND 212 COLUMBI \ BUILD
INC.. GRANBY STREET.
STORES.
Wnrehouse ICO Water street.
Store No. 870 Bute street.
St< ro 2li7 Water BtrCi t.
Warehouse N< t, it and 43 Woodstdo Lana.
Olliccs over the Business Muu's Associa?
tion.
S:o:j .">.",?>. 16 Nlvlson street.
Stur? s .N..S- and 269 Water street,
Nos. i? ar.d 53 Commerce street
OiP.ccs: Granhy, Bank and Commerce sts.
Store and dwelling No. 84 Queen street.
Store 270 Water sir, et.
?. ? ?.:.:sr.3.
Dwelling ?:. 7 Ma-!: street.
Dwelline. No. 222 York street.
Dwelling No. 120 lli;:h street.,
I >w dl ng No. t i reiver street.
Five I. ,v brick dwellings en Yarmouth
Btreci all modern conveniences.
' ng Oliioy Itosd. Ghent.
Flat No. 41 Wuahlnton street.
Two rooms with bath, Granhy street.
Wi rd ? ottngc ut Virginia Beach.
FOR SALE.?Lot Bt Virginia Beach.
WHITE St GO.
REAL, ESTATE AND RENTAL AGENT
NO 31 BANE STREET.
Crosby house. Ghent .J.'.O.eo
i02 Bute St., 1 rooms .10.00
i ?.. i iiinmoi ??. 19 rooms.mo to
East Grace St., V rooms .h?.67
I.". jCoith St., 7 ro ins.20.09
liUI Cove >:.. C rooms .20.CO
IS* M niner si. S rooms.22.50
Gr inbv st. extended, 7 rooms .2n.?)e
i ; ? rv !r liVe., 7 rooms .Sm?
? ., |<el y ave. <? rooms.& l?i
is James st.. - rooms .IS.50
? : ^ rk st. 12 rooms . 41.67
t.i Tar. " i ?! I't-. >'?* rooms .;t;,.(K)
113 YnrmoHih st., S rooms .r.o.oo
(,ii Franklin ave.. 7 rooms .10.1? j
nr. Franklin ave.. X rooms .Pi.co
20 Br.iV.-n st., 7 rooms .2a.<H?
15 Queen St.. S room:.2T. o.i I
173 iv wer *t., ? rooma . 22 74)
3!'S Lute St., 7 rooms . 17.0-J i
? ?7 Walke st., * rooms . 20.<a> 1
p'j Wood St.. lo rooms . 2510
p\1 1 ovitt ave., 9 rooms . 25.091
213 Rose ave., '.' rooms. IS.Oo
:? room house on < >hio Creel: . i.
l.ois'of Flats, Ofllccs and St i. in ;.ll
l arts of the city,
We have cottages at O r m \ :, n. an(|
Virgin!* Bench for rent. Come ,aiiy ami
set iour cho cc.
\l FENfHESS ? SOiN,
Genera! Real Es!a 3 and rental Agsnls
IS HA N <v BT Li. ET, SEI I >N D FLOOR.
FOR KENT
DWELLINGS. i STORES.
?7 New street. C r. Church and
Tss Mariner street. 1 Charlotte sts.
House on Graydon'184 church si.
ave., Ghent Bblg, cor. Water A
Hons- on Olney Madison si.s.
Road. Gin at.
?0 Brown st. FLATS.
217 Rose ave., mod?
ern tmprovements;l77 Brewer St., first
133 Bute st., S looms tl lor, with water,
st Falkl in i Bt, gas and bith.
23 and Small s:. 115 Ki llcy ave.
Cottage at Ocean View for season.
a IT nox ? AL.F.M-?TJ I UHK l>AT.
AT TUR RKQUEST OK THE OWN
era we ahull ?fter for sale at tho
Heal Estato Exchange, 23G Ma'.n street, on
TUESDAY. MAY THE 1CTII. AT 12 M.i
the following desirable property, to-wit:
ALI. THOSE THREE CERTAIN l.OTS
OF LAND on the east Bide of Rrewer
street. In the city of Norfolk. Va., begin?
ning on the east side of Urewer street at
a point distant llfty-three (S3) feet north?
erly from the northeast corner of Rrewer
and Washington streets, running norther?
ly on Urewer street 7S feet. Each of said
)0U fronts 20 feet on said Urewer street
w- th a depth of S4 feet, more or less, and
arc numbered 5. U and 7. Also one lot on
Washington street, beginlnng at a point
distant S.'> feet and 6 Inches east from tho
northeast corner of Urewer and Washing?
ton streets, fronting 25 feet on Washing?
ton street, with a ill plh of 101 feet, more
or less These lots are situated close- to
the new market liuildll g, where Improve?
ment is lite order of the day. New stores
an- be ng bullt in this vicinity and are oc?
cupied as soon as IIII d at good paying
rentals. Investors will do well to attend
this sale if they wish to purchn.se prop?
erty In a gocd busllli BS locality.
ri.u of property tan be seen at our of
Ilce.
TERMS ON DAY OF SALE.
TOWNSEND & JOYNES.
myl3.M.16-3t Auctioneers.
-OF
Valuable Farming Lands
In Norfolk County.
rursunnt to a decree of the Circuit
Court for Norfolk County, Va., rendered
on the Hth day of March, IKK), in tho
Chancery suit of Dennis Etherluge, sur?
viving partner, fte., vs. Jerome it. Fen
triss. ei als.. Un rein pending, as Special
Commissioners acting under tin Btild ?e
cree, we shall offer lor sah- at public auc?
tion at the front door Of the County
Courthouse, in the City of Portsmouth,
Va. on
MONDAY. the I5TII DAY OF MA", 1su9
at 12 o'clock in, the two following tracts
of dcsliahle real ustaic:
First. All that etna n piece or parcel
of land situated, lying it:d In ing in Butt'*
Road Magisterial i Istricl. NorfoiK
County, Va.. bound d and described as
follows: (in tin. casi by tie' lands f
Willie Payne: on tin west by the lands
of John Payne; on ihu north by the lands
of J. F. Deal, and on the south by tho
lands of Willie and Samuel Payne; con?
taining two acres, in or less, together
w th the buildings appurtenances to
the same belonging'or lu anywise appor
tulnlng, being the .same tract of land
which was conveyed la Samuel Payne by
Enoch Payne ux. by deed rtJie-d tho
201 ll day of MarcrC~T5!*4 and duly of fee id
in the el rk's ofltce Of the County Court
of Norf lk County, Va.
Set mi.i. 'that certain tract or parcel of
:.'.ud situated In Putt's Rein! Magisterial
District. Norfolk County, Va., :he same
i cing ::ll that certain pecc or parcel of
land'which ?ras assigned to Inreh "Payne
by Commissioners Felix Jennings, F. P.
Jennings and John Editress, said tract or
parcel of land being Known and described
an follows, to-wit: Helng the southern half
of the "Walker Tin ,' which formerly
belonged to l-.iie< h . .. ne. deceased, and
adjoin ng the land 61 t.'j i =. < hnunlng, es?
timated in contain t. y-onn acres, more
or less, being the ll'act of land
which was convey. lohn F. Deal by
Enoch Payne ft. i deed dated the
3rd day 01 l>.. duly o( record
in Ihu clerk's <>l. lie County Court
of Norfolk ?'oiuii
TERMS.?Our-I the purchase
price cash; the i iwo equal P?
stnlmcnts, payahl ic and two years
respectively n m i ay of sale, the de?
ferred payments, ng six per cent,
inte res I from tho i of sale, to be se?
cured by deed of t: oil the sa d prop?
erty, to be drawn. led and released
at the purchacr's
OKI I MARTIN.
M. i! ETERSON,
Sp c ol Commissioners.
Dennis Etherldgc, :. rvivlng partner, fte.,
Jerome it Fentress. et. als.
XCERTIFY THAT THE BONO RE
quired In the above described suit has
i.i duly given.
Teste: I.. M. SILVESTER.
Clerk of the Circuit Curt of Norfolk
Coun.y. Va. my2-lds
By '!'. i", Roger* in. 1 R. P.. Chafllii & Co7,
(Incorpurati ill Real Estate
Auction) ?! s.
COMMISSIONERS' AUCTION SALE
-OF?
: BramDiaion Heigiits Properij.
Acting Under a dccr>.*e <>r the chancery
Court of tin i Ity ol Richmond, n Camp
... i: vs. Southern Building lind Lo.ii Asso?
ciation iml Wats ii vs. same, catered Oc?
tober ?1111, IS9S. th - uadei giiert S|>ectal
Commissioners, appointed for the purpose,
will sell by public auction, on tie- premi?
ses, on WEDNESDAY. .MAY IJTH, l>:-9.
??'. 12 in., lot No :? on the plat of tho
Brnmblctan Heights C.pany, recorded
wllh the deed from Luther Sheldon to the
I said company; /aid lei front* 2."> feel on
the west side < f Sheldi n avenue and inns
*"?fj: between iinrnliel Ilm?luu feet, situ*
a leu in Bramblcton Ward, Nut-toll:, Vir
;lnla.
TERMS.?One-th'rd cash, balance on a
Icredit oi six and twclvi months, with In
leresl from day of -: .1 . purchaser giving
negotiable notes with personal aocurliy
and Utle retained until all of purchase
money Is paid. .
Willis r. smith,
n p. McRAE,
s P. PATTUSON.
ii Commissioners.
T. F. ROGERS.
A uctioiieer.
I certify that Iho bond required of the
Special Commissioners In Iho above decree
has In en du!> given.
inyC-lOt <'HAS. o BAVILLE. Clcrk._
I> URSUANT T<5 A DECREE OF TIII
Court i I Law and Chancery of tho
? ly oi Norfolk, Virginia i nt. red this Ut
day of May, IS93, in the chancery suit
therein pending, in which David Parker
Rirri s. by his nexi friend, is plaintiff,
an.I Louise E. Burgess and others are
defendants, wo Will ."11 in public unction
ai the N..rf Ik Real Estate Exchange, No.
230 Main street, Norfolk. Virginia, on
WEDNESDAY. THE 17TH DAY OF
MAY. IS99,
at 12 in., the following property, to-wit:
(I.) ALB THAT CERTAIN LOT OF
land, with the improvements thereon,
situated on the west side of Brewer street
and bounded and described as follows:
Beginning at J. H. Hciiilr.-n's line on sa:d
treel. and running thence south along
inld street fifty feel to Pumphrcy'i line.
I hence west nlong his I ne two hundred
and thirty-six feel and six Inches, thence
nniih nfiv feet to thes oithwes; rorner of
said Ilcndren'a lu:. thoncc along the
Otltll .? ale Of said lien.u s lot two bun?
dled and thirty-six la h< - td the point of
beginning on Brewer street, and being
mpioved by the !.;; n ,s. 12 and 14
old numbers. Brow i i 111 i
(2.) THAT CERTAIN LOT OF LAND,
situated on the wilo oi Bank street,
in the city of Norl ill;, fi ,:.t.ng forty feet
on Lank street and running buck 10..03
feet, more or less, line parallel, or
nearly SO, with Dank . tree;, and helng
unproved by the bulldihg No. SS, old
iinnib. r. ...
TERMS.?One-third rash and the bal?
ance upon a credll ol s.x and twelve
months, to he evidenced by the notes of
ibe purchaser or purchasers, carrying in?
terest from day of s.u.- payable semi-an
nually, and the tit!., to be retained until
the- further order ..i the court.
JOHN .1 UCRROIJGHS,
THOMAS II. WILLCOX,
Bp clai i lommlssloners.
T, F. ROGERS,
Auctioneer.
I certify that the bond required by tho
foregoing decree has been given.
Teste: JEN ll'S A. CO 1 .EM AN. D. a
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