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Review of the Markets; Shipping News; and Real Estate Business.
REVIEW OF MARKETS
FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL
Stocis, Money, Exchange, Bonds, Grain,
Cotton, Provisions, Etc.
Now York, June 20.?'The stock mar?
ket showed the effect of continued
profit-taking- to-day. It was consider?
ed, a foregone conclusion that ttns
should prove to bo the cose and most "?,
tho truders came to the board rooin
this morning bearish in sentiment.
The approach of a triple holiday,
coupled with last week's sharp ntl
vunce in prices, was considered suf?
ficient reason for a reaction. The live?
ly buying utter the opening tor i.en
don account seemed for u time to re?
fute the position of the bears, but later
in the day, when this' demand had
been satisfied-.'apd an 'announcement
was mude of u ?2,00o.??? gold shlpni nt
to go out on Saturday, in spite of lite,
low price for sterling exchange, tin
bears gained renewed confidence ami
the market sagged away without much
Interruption until ttie last.
Tile weekly statement-uf the Haul; of
England shows that the bunk lias suc
ceeded in increasing its stock of gold
only about JS?O.O?O during the week,
whilo the demunds upon it by the'
.money market, incident to the Stock
Exchange settlement, have resulted in
the meantime, in on expansion in its
loans of over $2ii.0iHi.Oi>o. Tin1 propor?
tion of reserve to liability is thus re?
duced from -12.44 to 37.39 per cent. A
very striking change, in vo w of thi
.Widely expressed uneasiness in Eng?
land, over the present low stage of the
bnnk's g'fld reserve.
. The local stock market, owing 16 the
sustaining effect of the buying tor Lon?
don account, fared pretty well, in spite
of the undoubtedly heavy profit-taking
Incident to the approaching holiday, the
depressing effect of tin: gold announce?
ment, the Hurry In call money and a
[growing apprehension that the dis?
bursements of July dividends and in?
terest may not be reflected In the
money market for a considerable period
after Julr 1st.
The profit-tuklng was conspicuous in
?New York Central and Manhattan. The
former shows a net loss of a point and
the latter nearly two points. Consoli?
dated Gas tose at one time live points,
on rumors or a settlement of the local
gas rate war. but roacted again. The
Industrials and specialties generally
.were heavy, including Sugar, the To?
bacco ?tocks ami the city ".faction
stocks. Louisville, Norfolk ami West?
ern preferred, Rock Island, Atchis mi
preferred and Denver ami Rio Grande
preferred were among the st'.eks which
showed tho best support.
The bond market was generally
Btrong, tho Erie ami Colorado nnd
Southern Issues being prominent. To?
tal sales, par value. $2.050,000.
? United States 2*s ami the 3's advanced
liand the 5's ft in the bid price.
NEW YORK STOCK MARKET.
Atcblson .1'.",
Atchison, pro .. twt
Hal. and Ohio .. W,
Can. Tactile .... OTu
Can. Southern . 64
Cen. Pae'.ilc .... .vji,
Ches. and Ohio 2.V-,
Chi. and Altona 150
C. B and Q ....134H
C nnd E I . 71
C and E I, pre 1^1
pref.70
St. L nnd S P,
8d pref..17
St. L and S tV 12%
St. L and S \V.
.J2<6
St. Paul .IZP?
St. Paul, pref. 172';.
St 1' and O ....103 *
St P and O, pre ISO
ltd M
Chi. O. w.n>; So. Pacific .
C. I and L. ft So. R.illwav .... 1 P?
?C,- I and L, pre 41 So. U'v, pr< f. ... 51?
C nnd N W ....lCOVjl T and P . 19%
-Cand N \V, pre im "| Union Paelllc .. 42'1
O C C nnd St L 67% U P. pref . 7'J
C C C and St L, U P I) and (J .. ?
pref.?S Wabash . 7%
De! and Hudson I'jl"' ' Wabash, pref, . 21
D, L and W ....170% W and L 15 .... ?tf
D and R G . 22- W and I. !?'. pre 24%
D and R Q, pre 77aj KXPKESS COS
Erie (n"w1 . 12% Adams Ex.[10
E (now) 1st pre sr.1 v1 Amerl an Ex ..v.r.
Ft. Wayne .1S.V j ?. S. Ex.
Gt. Nor., pref. ..109 Wills Fargo ...127
Hocking Val. ... ? -
Illinois Central .114? MISCELLANEOUS
L E and W _ 1T> , A. Cot. Oil .. .. KU
E E and W, pre 71H A C O, pref. ... 92
Enko Shore .2'?; I Amor. Spirits .. 6%
Louis, and Nash. 70V A S, pref . 29%
Amor, Tobacco ?RS
A T. pref.HO
Con. Gas .1 ?!',?:.
Com. Cable Co. 17!?
C, F and I . 44%
C, F and I. pre 107 "
Gen. Eli ctrle ...119
Haw. Coin. Co ii'>
it r t .
Inl'n'l Paper ... 12 ..
I P. pref.. 7x "
La Cldt e Gas .. 62?.
-t.rnd .?. l
Lead, pr> f.ill1.,
Minn. Iron . ?
Nat Lin. t>i; .. :t
Pacific Mall .... 4S%
People'.-; (i ts .,110%
Pullman Pal. ..150
8'Ivor Cct.C0?:.
S it and T . 7%
Sugar.163%
Sugar, prof.117
T C nnd 1 .
I'. S. leather .. 6%
U. S. I... pref. .. ?':?'..
P. S Rubber .. 53 "
r. S. lt.. pr< f. ,.H6
West. I'nlnn
Manhattan "L" 117?
Met St. R'y.221;?-.
Mich. Central ,.B3
Minn, and St L 5-1
M nnd St L 1st
N Y, C and -? L,
N Y, C nnd St L,
pref.93
Mo. Pacific.43*i
.Mobile and Ohio -in
M, K and T _ 12
M, K and T. pre
N. Y. Central ..139
N Y. C and St L 12
1st pref.t'.s
2d pref.31
N and W . so'
?N and W. pref. 70
? No. Amer. Co. .. 11%
No. Purine .
No. Pacific, pre 77 \
O and W . 20%
O R and N . 71
Ore. Shore' I.lne ?
V c, 1st pref. .. S2
P C, 2d pref. ... 55
-PIttshurg.1-:.
.Rending
Reading, 1st pro W?, Federal Steel... RSi.4
R G W . 33 i F S. pref.m "
R G W, pref. .. 7'' A S nnd \V .... 53%
Rock Island ...r. " \ s ni ! u
6t L and S F .. 10% Con. T- b. Co, .. 3 L
8t. L and S F, ' C T C, prol.7'j
BOND MARKET.
New York. June 29, l-:>9.
United States 2's, registered . I0l
-United States :rs, registered . i -\
Vnltcd Stat< b 3's, coup m . i
?Untied States new r?. r< ? Istered _ 129'
UrJted States new I s. coupon . ):.?
'United Stales old 1's, registered . II \
.United Statesold 4'8, coupon . II
United States 6*s, registered . it ,
"Ignited States 5's, coupon .
Pistr'ct of Columbia 8-65's .?? II?
Virginia centuries. }>?;
Virginia deferred . ? ;
NEW YORK MONEY MARKET.
New York, June 29.?Money on call
?firm at 2%@6 per cent.; last loan nt 6
per cent. Prime mercantile paper. 3fi
8% per cent. Sterling exchange heavy
with actual business In bankers' bills
at 4.87%?4.87% for demand and at
?.85%G'4.S5% for sixty days. Posted
rates. 4'.S6*?4.S7 nnd 4.SS6M.80. Com?
mercial bills,. 4.S5%. Bar silver, GOVi
Mexican dollars, -i^'... Government
bonds sinn;;; state bonds Inactive;
railroad bonds strong.
New York. June 29. The total sales
of s??v:k to-day were 439,300 shares.
New York, June 29.?Standard Oil,
?.60? 4.63.
NEW YORK PRODUCE MARKET.
New York, June 2ft.?Flour modi rate
}y active and steady, ci sing' ipi
unchanged prices. Rye flom steady.
Corn meal.steady. Rye dull. Wheat?
Bpot steady; No. 2 red, M%c corn?
?pot steady and fairly active; No. 2.
?40%c. Oats?Spot steady; No. o whito,
? 81%c. Beef firm. Cut meats
firm. Pork firm. Lard easy;
Western steamed, *."..:io; refined
Steady. Butter firm: Western cronm
i lOry. 15Vs@18Vic; State dairy, IZy-Qllc.
Eggs stc.itly; State and Pennsylvania,
15@16VfiCVi Western fresh, 141i$16c.;
Southern, IXjrllc. Cotton seed oil
Steady; prime erude, 21M;c.; do yellow,
2C<^26Hc. Rosin quiet. Spot colTee?
Klo steady; mild steady. Sugar?
Haw barely steady; fair refining, 4c:
centrifugal, 90 test, 4>ic. molasses su?
gar, Uv-jC; refined qultt, No. 10, 4%C.
TRUCK MARKET.
(P,y Telegraph to Vlrgtman-rilot.)
NEW YORK.
New York. June 29.--Pota!oes Brm;
Southern firsts. $2.00053-2?; do seconds,
70e.5T$1.50. Cabbage steady; all kinds,
$1.00?4.O0 per barrel crate.
New York. June 29>?Muskmolons
show a wide range In duality and val?
ue; demand for desirable grades only.
Wateniifelpns favor the buyer. Musk
melons, Charb ston, per basket, 75c.(f?>
$1.25; do Florida, per crate. $1.00@2.00;
do inferior. 50($'75c.; watermelons, ear
lead. $125@200; do per one hundred,
j $10@2?.
Quotations from Pape & Deyo:
Potatoes, $2.10 to $3.00.
BOSTON, MASS.
(Quotations from J. l>.. Meads & Co.)
Potato market higher, at $3.2533.50.
Beans, $1.50.
Cabbage, $1.50.
(Quotations from Bennett, Band &
Co.):
Potatoes, $3.25?3,.60.
PKCVIPENCK, lt.' Is
(Quotations from AYm. S. Sweet &
Son.): ;
Potatoes. $3.2f>fff3.D0.
Ca'bbage, $1.00.
Apples, SI.?:.*; 1.50 per basket.
Beans, $1.bor? 1.25.
Yellow Squash, B0c.?$i.00 per basket.
Cukes, $1.00?1.25 per basket.
(Quotations from S. Tourtelot & Co.):
Potatoes. $3.00@3.80.
BALTIMORE GRAIN MARKET.
Baltimore, Juno 29.?Flaur duil and
unchanged.
Wheat dull: No. 2 red, spot and
month, 75?75V4c; July. 7.">.i'i< 751{..c:
August, '?''^i'''<'.<?.; September', 7Sc.
asked; Southern by sample, TOWTfic.
Corn weak) spot, month and July,
3$%t9>3S%c,; August, SSVif?SSWa.; Sep?
tember; 3SVs@3S^ic; Southern white,
41 '.-jfT/ 11'.\
o.,;s steady: No. 2 while. ai'i'? r,2*io.
Rye firm; No. 2 nearby 57V4c
Sugar strong and unchanged.
GrllLflOO MflRKBT.
Whr.u, Corn. Oats, Provisions, larl. fhort
I tl ? Etc
Chicago. June 29.?Heavy additions
to slocks in the Northwest was a phase
of the situation in wheat to-day that
caused it to weaken after a considera?
ble show of strength. September clos?
ed at a decline of -Ikc. compared with
yesterday. Everything else on the ilnor
was lower, corn declining 14@9?C.; oats
closing a shade lower and provisions
2\L<$i>vc, lower.
TUb leading futures ranged as follows:
Open. nigh. Low. Clos.
Wheat No. 2?
July . 7:-;i 7,-;'<i 72% 72%
Kept. 74? 74% 74V4 7l'.i
Dec. 75vh 7fr)i 7j:^ 76
Ci ,-r. No. 2?
Julv . 3l'i 34?i 33% 33?i
Sept. 84% 3I-S? 33% 3IM,
Dec. 33>5 33?? 33',i 33?i
On Is No. 2?
July . 2T-ii 21% 24V4 24'.4
Sept. 21% 21% Zllj 21?
May . 23% 2.1% 23% 23-,M
Hess Porte, per barrel?
July .8.1714 S.iO S.15 S.?0
Kept. .8.42^4 S.I5 s>.::7'i 8.40
l.;.ro po* 100 pounds
July .5,0716 5.07'.'. 5.00 6.0214
Sent.5.2214 0.2215 5.17'.;. 6.1716
Sleor II lia. per ICO pounds?
July 4.7.". 4.7.". 4.70 4.70
Sept,.r.v-i.s?'j, 4.'.-y~ 4.s7'i 4.87%
Cash quotations were as follows:
Flour steady; No. 2 spring wheat,
73*40.; No. 3 spring wheat, 71@73%c.;
No. 2 red, 73%C.j No. 2 corn, "4c; No.
2 oats. 26@26V4c.; No. :t white. 27<320c.;
No. 2 rye. t'.2c: No. 2 barky. 29 Vic; No.
1 Ilnx se.d. $l.o:i. now. $1.0C?l.0GVx;
Ii:.-ss pork, per bbl., $7.40?8.20; lard,
per 100 lbs.. $l.92Vi?5.02V?; short ribs
sides, (loose), $4.55?4.85; dry salted
shoulders, (boxed), 5@5V4c.; short clear
sides, (boxed) $5.00?5.10; whiskey, dis?
tillers' finished goo,Is, $1.26; sugars, cut,
loaf, unchanged.
On the Produce Exchange to-day the
butter market was Brm; creameries.
13'>;.*} lSc: dairies. ll'n lf.lic; cheese
firm, SVi?9V4c.
NAVAL STORES.
Charleston, S. (.'. June 29.?Turpen?
tine firm at 85c. Rosin llrm and un?
changed.
Wilmington. N. C., June 29.?Spirits
turpentine opened steady and cl ised
dull nt 35o. and 35V&C. Rostn quiet,
90c. an.l 95c. Crude turpentine Arm,
$1.25, $2.00 and $2.10. Tar firm. $1.30.
Savannah. Oa., June 29. Spirits tur?
pentine market llrm, 30Vic llosin Arm
and unchanged.
The Cotton Markets.
NT.W YORK COTTON MARKET.
New York, June 29.?For a time
around the opening it looked as though
the cotton bear interest were to score
appreciable further successes, Influ?
ential news having averaged up against
the market ami liberal selling orders
having come in from outside points.
Prices opened 1 to 3 points lower and
continued to decline, touching at the
lowest figures a level four to six points
tinder the Anal figures of the previous
"lay. A number of stop-orders wore
soon tin ? ivered and stories were nAoat
to the effect that a large number of
July notices had boon put out, but not
Stepped.
N ir n\!il,lay the market made a
"riffht about face" movement and ad
van i 5 i., g p,.in's rapidly on n flurry
,r i iverlng. sudden demand from the
for,- element and buying for Wall
Street n tc?unt, This change of posi?
tion was due entirely to reports from
Texas that ihe crop had been badly
damaged by the tremendous rains, in
some cases veritable cloudbursts, reach?
ing In one Instance over eight inches
In the past 21 hours and over 14 inches
In the p.i^i is hours. Private dispatch?
es were slow in coming through, owing
to the fact that the wire service had
been crip;.led by the tsiorm. Tho.se re?
ceived staled that the rivers were out
of the banks, the bottom lands under
water, the Holds In a number of dis?
tricts badly washed out and the crop
seriously dam.ige< 1. Several New Or?
leans houses endeavored to make light
of the unfavorable news, claiming that
while the rains in the Southwest wore
unusually heavy, they could do no
great harm to cotton at this time in
the Benson unless followed up by con?
tinued generous precipitation. As was
argued that the soil would rapidly ab?
sorb the moisture, being peculiarly
adapted to this purpose, and that In
an average season the plants suffered
more from drought than a supera?
bundance of rain. Bulls late in the day
were quite jubilant, and worked ener?
getically in an effort to regain some ot
the lost ground, during the paat ten
days. The close was steady with prices
net unchanged to .') points higher.
New York, June 21'.?Cotton steady;
middling, Cl-lOc; net receipts, ISO
bili?s; gross, 1.S21 bales; sales, 1,101
bales; stock, 172,51,3 bales.
Total to-day: Not receipts, 2,294
bales; exports to Continent, 2,050 bales;
stock. 528,462 bales.
Total since September 1st: Net re?
ceipts, 6,232,821 bales; exports to Great
Britain; ;;.:ii9.-.':i:i bales: to Prance, 770,
290 bales; to the Continent, 2,695,859
bales.
New York, June 29.?Cotton futures
opened steady, at the decline. June,
6.44; July. f..17: August. 5.51; Septem?
ber. 5.51: October; 5.57: November. 6.C1;
December, 6.66; January. 5.71: Febru?
ary, 6.74; March. r>.7C,: May, 5.84.
Futures closed steady. June nominal;
July, 5.49: August, 5.51; September,
5.66: October, 6.62; November. 5.G6; De?
cember. &.70; January, 5.75; February,
5.7S; March. 5.S!: April. 5.84; May. 5.S5.
Spot cotton steady; unchanged. Sales,
1,404 bale3.
NEW ORLEANS COTTON MARKET.
New Orleans, June 29.?Cotton fu?
tures quiet atid steady; July, 6.4805.50;
August, 6.35?5.36; September, 5.34 05.35;
October. f>.:ti!fj5.:i5; November. 5.36<g>
5.37: December. 5.40<y,5.41: January, 5.43
05.45: February; 5.47*65.48; March, 5.51
05.52; April. 5.54 bid: May. 5.57 bid.
LIVERPOOL COTTON MARKET.
Liverpool, Juno 29.-4 P. M-~Cotton
?spot good business done. Prices Un?
changed., American middling. 3 6-16d.
Tin" sales of the day were 12.000 bales,
of which 1.001? were for speculation and
export, and Included 11.600 American.
Receipts; ll.OOO bales, including 8.500
balfs American. Futures opened quiet,
with a moderate demand, and closed
I quiet; American middling;
June. 3 15-f.4d. seller; June and July.
3ir,-fiJd. seller: July nnd August, 3 11
6403 l".-r.4d seller: August and Septem?
ber, 3 14-64d. seller: September nnd Oc?
tober. 3 l3-64d. buyer; October nnd No?
vember. 3 12-64d. buyer: November and
December, 311-6(03 12-6td. seller: De?
cember and January. 3 11-6403 12-fi4d.
seller: January and February, 3 11-64??
3 12-64d. seller: February and March.
3 15-61d. buyer; March and April; 113
64d. seller; April and May. 3 13-6403 14
Gld. buyer.
Norfolk Cotton Market.
Norfolk, June 29, Va., 1
is:?9.
Tono.Steady.
Good middling .li 7-10
Middling.r?-j,
Low middling.
Good ordinary .2 ir>-ir>
Bales.
Sales .'. ?
Receipts. 292
Exports or shipments .... S94
Stuck.41,?30
COTTON RECEIPTS.
Thro. Local. Total.
Seaboard Air Line ..
Norfolk & Southern .. 27
Atlantic ,t Danville .. ?
Norfolk <v Carolina .. ?
Southern Railway .... 1M0
Total . 157
RICHMOND STOCK MARKET.
Richmond. Va., June 29,
Bid. Ask
t: B 4's.
V H 3-s .lOS'i
STATU SEC.
N C 4's .
N s !?*a ..
Va .Ts ....
< len's .
CITY SEC
Rieh'd S's
Rich'd ITa
Rtoh'd r.'s
Rieh'd Is
It. R PONDS.
A&C 1st 7's 121
A .VC g'd C's 101%
CC&A ex 5's
CC.&A 2d 7's
O.al'a 1st r.'s
GS&Fla 6's .119%
Pet Cl A 6'S II"'
Pet Cl It 6*S I.'.'.
R.VM 1st i s 1.5
8 A .V M ..
So \<\ 6*8 ...lit
WNC lsi 6's
O?A pr 5's F0
O&A con's .102
N S Ry 5's .108%
U Triic 5's ..l?<7
N&W I pr ct 93
No: St Ry 5'a
B R. STOCK.
A ?V C .
C * O .
N C .
N & W pfd .
:, 1'
.1?
.115
.115
.105
90
90
63 70
Bid.Ask.
A C L A ....14'? ISO
A C L li ....127 12S
RF&P Con .115
rtF&P com .140
?' Dlv old 136%
So Ry pfd .. 61
4o Rv com .U
? ? & A pfd .. 66% fi>
G & A com .:i3 14
i,.~,v F pid .. 81% 63
" 2d pfd .. &7>-j 82%
Com ?
Nor St Ry
RANK STOCK
CRUSH'S ex. 21 30
City .10%
First Nat ..170
Merc Nat ..
Metropol'n .
Nat bk Va ..103
Planten Na
Pet s.vt Co
Security .. .115
State .14S
Tiden .127
Va TrUst C lid
Saving89%
R T .'. 9 D 1U 121
IXsl'l! i 'OS
V F ?V M ... 42
Va State .... 29?
MISCELLANEOUS
Am Tob pfd ins
" <'nm ... 90
V t-Cn-Chpf I12%114
Coin ... 72 71
150
10 i la and Ala., pfd.
POKFOLK MARKETS
Tor Groin, tlaj, 0roo;rie5, Provision
?J iiol n I ton? Ml wIlOlftftAlS Pries*, un?
less ?illier lue ?ti?l?Ml, ami prices arc
? ulijeci I? llueiMKiloti in market.
GRAIN, HAY AND RICE. I
CORN?White corn, from store, 47c.;
mixed eorn, from store, 46c.; white oats,
from store; 18c.; mixed oats. 15c.
mill PEED?Market steady; lean, per
i on $16.00; middlings, $17.50 per ton,
OATS?Steady; m xrd. 30c; white, s?c.
II V.Y- NO. 1 Timothy hay, ear lots, 114.00
QI4.50: ton lots, $14.5u: mixed hay, car
i^t? $13.0?); t?n lots, $13.f.d.
MILLED RICE?As lo grades?0% to
C-jc.
ROUGH RICE?66073c. per bushel.
PEANUTS AND teas.
PEANUTS?Market firm: fancy. 2\c ;
strictly prlmo, 8:,j..; prime, 3%c; com?
mon 2%02*i<\: Spanish, .s.'.c. per bushel.
PEAS?rBlackeye, nominal; black, 80c.
per bushel.
COUNTRY PRODUCE.
POULTRY- Live, steady; chickens, old
fat,2703Oc.; spring chickens, small, steady,
at I2%0l5c.; large, 20?25c.; ducks, mud,
20.'.
EGGS Quiet, nt 12c. per dozen.
BUTTER 'i ?> I country, 11014c.
COUNTRY HAMS - Study. Bmlthfleld,
fancy. 13016c.; Virginia country. lO012%c;
good North Carolina, 160l2%cJ
POTATOES Southern now,11.6O01.7S per
barrel; Northern. White, $2.0002.25 per bat;;
new sv/ccts, Dayman, 90 .0$1.OO per bar?
rel; yellow', li 0001.25.
NEW PBAS?76c. per biskct.
CUCUMBERS 50075c,
SNAPS? 30075c. per basket.
CABBAGE $1.6002.60 per crate.
ONIONS?$2.75 per bag.
BERMUDA -$2 00 per box.
TOMATOES?II;7602.00 per box.
SQUASH?50c, per basket.
FRUITS
M ELON8?$10 fo $'.5 per hundred.
CANTBLOPES?83.66 per barrel.
BLACKBERRIES -75?Sc per quart.
\V i n ?RTLBBERR1 KS Siii'c. per quirt.
attlt.s-Northern. $5.oc'tfti.uo p?r bar?
rel.
LEMONS?$.1.;V'i 1.00 per box.
CKACIIKS- None.
L1MES-41.00 per basket.
TIN E APPLES 10012c.
HA NAN A 8?Per bunch, TA- f?5150.
COCOAN UT:5?l?o io bag, ?.oo.
CALIFORNA ORANGES?Messina.$4.50;
seedlings, $3.O0?3.35; navels, ?4.00@4.C0 per
box.
GROCERIES.
FLOUR?Market strong; spring wheat,
patent. $4.C0; winter wheat, patent $1.20?
4.30; winter wheat, half patent, $1.00; win?
ter wheat, best straight $3.S0; winter
wheat, choice straight. $3.70; winter wheat,
family, $3.60; winter wheat, fair to good
grades of extra, $3.40; winter wheat, super
i3.106I.25.
MEAL?Per bag 100 lbs., $1.02; 90 lb.
bugs Wc.
COPPBE ? Firm: Java. ?4(32?c.; do.,
Laguara. I2if 13c.: choice Rio. lOVi<U'HVjc;
prime, do., lOdalOUc; ralr, do.. S'i'ab'.ic;
common, 'lo.. 7*iWSV4c.
CHEESE?l.nrgo full cream, none; small
full cream. Wie
SUGAR?Market very firm at the ad?
vance. Out of town prices dependent on
delivery rates to different points: Cut
Loaf, 6.1?; Patent Cubes. 5.73: Powdered.
:..TA: Extra Fine Granulated, 6.73: Fine
Granulated, 5.C0; Standard Granulated,
5.60; CpnfQCttoners' a. o4S; Keystone A,
5.10; American a, 5.10; Centennial A, 5.10;
California a. 5.01; Franklin b, i.98; Key?
stone 15. 1.91: American 13, 4.55; Centen?
nial b, 4 7s. Oal fornla H 4.73: Franklin
Extra C. 4 fie.; Keystone Extra (J, 4.00:
American Extra C, 4,54; Centennial Extra
C, 4 4S: California Extra C. 4.4S; Frank?
lin C. I. is.
SVHUl'3 AND MOLAS3E? ? Mark?;
firmer at the advnnce: syrup, good to
choice. 20022: lower grnde syrup. 124715;
molasRCS, Porto Rico, 20$2$c.; molasses.
Cuban, none: New Orleans, fair to choice.
16 to 36; cummon. 12 to 14.
PROVISIONS.
BULK MEATS?Market steady strong:
rib sides. J,"..lC,'o?.25; bell i'.?, eastern, i>ls'tf
5%c: bellies, western, 5JS ?<',',c.
HAMS?Sugar cured. llfill'.ic
DRY SALTED JOWLES?1C.
PORK PLATES?4V6c.
MESS PORK-Old JS.75.
Ham PORK?Per barrel. $10.00.
LARD?Pure butchers'. In tierces, 6Vi?
6V&C.; compound tierces. 4*ic; SO-lb. tubs,
and 50-lb. tins,' Vic. more.
WOOL AND HIDES.
WOOL?OnvTBshed. lie: bulky. 1 to 7c
less: washed wool 2?c: blick, l2Vic. to ISc.
H1DKS-G. S.. 7'i: green. 6\; dry tint.
14; drv ?alt. Uli: damaged 7.
SALT fish.
HERRING?New North Carolina cut. In
Eastern barrels. $1.00; Potomac, gross,
$2.85; mullets, 100-lb. kegs $3.75; spots, loo
tb. kegs, $3.75; mackerel, fat No. 2, $23.00.
FRESH FISH.
Spots, per pound, 5c; croakers, per
pound. 2c. Taylors, per pound, 3c. largo
ruck. "pe?- poiuul 12' ac: pan rock, per
pound, 10? 12c; .shad, none.
SHIPPING REPORT.
Foreiff? ?ml ( ?n?iMlio,
June 29th, 1S99.
ARRIVED,
Span. stmp. Benita, Arana, Punta
Gorda ,to coal.
Br. stmp. Wordsworth, Eagan, Car?
diff, to load.
Sehr. Sallle Purnell Beswick, Beswick,
New Yurk, liglit.
CLEARED.
Span. stmp. Benita, Arana, Blrkcn
r.ead, coaled.
FAILED.
Br. stmp. Breckfleld, Jeffella, Rotter?
dam.
Br. stmp. Sir Garnet Wolseley, Lav
er. Lynn Docks.
Sehr. Laura L. -Sprague, Wlxon,
Lynn.
Sehr. Beulahland, Knowles, Balti?
more.
Sehr. John B. Prescott, Crowloy, Bos?
ton.
Sehr. Massachusetts, French, New
York.
Tug Columbia, 5 barges, Philadel?
phia,
ALBEMARLB AND CHESAPEAKE
CANAL.
NORTHBOUND.
Stmr. Manistee, towing, North Caro?
lina to Norfolk.
Barge Carolina, lumber, North Caro?
lina to Baltimore.
Barge Reliance, lumber, North Caro?
lina to Baltimore.
Stmr. W. B. Rogers, merchandise.
North Carolina to Norfolk.
SOUTHBOUND.
Stmr. Juniper, light, Norfolk to North
Carolina.
Stmr. Spring Garden, light, Norfolk
to North Carolina.
Tho barge Thos. P. Shelton Is from
railway to coal pier to load for Provi?
dence.
The tug Katie Is on Graves' Railway
for repairs and the ferry steamer Eliz?
abeth is at the same railway to have
her boiler, lately condemned, put In
thorough repairs or replaced, as may
be needed.
A picture of the Massachusetts was
taken yesterday before she sailed. ?
AT FOREIGN PORTS
Genoa. June 2S.?Arrived: Trevillan,
New Orleans, via Norfolk.
Gerstemunde, Juno 29. ? Arrived:
Grest, Pensacola,
Hamburg, June 29.?Arrived: Mo
hune, Norfolk.
Importers ol a Larae Lot
?OF FIRST- CLASS?
SRUINS OAKUM
J. M. JORDAN &. CO.,
Water street and Itoanoke Dock.
F=. L*. GRKN DV
2i 2 RGHNOKB DOCK
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
DEALERS IN
HAY, GRAIN, SI RAW
-AND
7VUL-L. FEED
Large stock on hand and In transit
SELECTED SEED OATS AND SKCD
RYE IN STOCK.
NO. 1 TIMOTHY HAY ALWAYS ON
HAND.
COBB, BROS. & CO.,
BROKERS.
159 MAIN ST., opposite Atlantic Hotel.
Kxecutfc orders in cotton, gruln, either
on margin or buy and sell outright.
1'ilvatt- wire to New York. Chicago and
New Orleans. Correspondence solicited.
my27-eod-tf_
H. E. Owen Grain Co,.
716 CITIZENS HANK BUILDING.
N? ? folk, Va.
Wholesale Shippers HAY .and GSAIN,
_J. C. GORSUCH.
MW INS EX PRE SS CO
2l8Water St., Phone 6.Either Phons
We haul anything to and from any.
where in the Ihrea cities.
Special facilities for hauling Safes,
Boller?, Furniture and Pianos.
Lots filled and tiliinc wanted.
V. P. SNOW & CO., ?
Real Estate Agents, 236 Main St.
New 8 room house. Camp ave., Atlantic
City Ward.
8 Lots corner Thirty-first street and
Lewlllan avenue, 1'ark Place. Cheap and
on easy tcrnuj.
10 Lot and House and Lot near High?
land avenue, Brambloton. Price, $2,000.
Easy terms.
House und 3 Lots in Riverside Park;
easy payments. jeitj-tt
hTc.~h?ggard & ecu
KKA I, ESTATE & RENTAL. AC 1': NTS,
3G PANK STREET. 'PHONE 743.
DWELLINGS ROOMS.
362 Chapel St., 8 101 8. Kelly, 7 rooms.
rooms. $7.00.
317 Wlllouirhby av.$18lCight-room CottaKe
>04 E. Highland. 313. at Ocean Vw. 3200.
!>1 Holt St.. 333 WI. Ofliee, :i? Hank, 310.
571 Last Main. $10.00. I*S Bermuda at., $20.
STORES,
20C and 20S Water street, 434 and 407
Church street, 05 Commercial Place, 9
Rank street.
FOR SALE.
Nice house on Duncan avenue at cost.
Church street property, well located.
Lois In Huntersvllle, Uratnbleton and
Norfolk.
Farms well located, on easy terms, or
will trade for city property.
RtilOVAL NOTICE.
H. G. WILLIHP1S & SOU
RENTAL AGENTS,
Havo removed to room 9 Talbot Rulld
Ine from No. 173 Main street, where they
will be Riad to meet their old friends and
make new ones. Special attention given
to the collection of rents. If you havo
vacant property list with us. Vehicle in
attendance.
POCAKONTAS GOAL
We beg to call the attention of (he
public that we are Miners' Agents for
the Celebrated
Pocahontas
Steam Coal.
?eo.W,Tay!nr&Co
?
Wholesale and Retail Dealer* in
ANTHRACITE
and BITUMINOUS
61 GRANBY STREET.
YARDS?Central Wharf.
SHIPPING- PIERS?N. & W. R'y Co.
Norfolk and Lambert's Point.
'Phones, at end' 137.
LAND PLASTER !
Wo have Just received a fres'n eari^o of
the celebrated It ICD BHACtl land
PLA8TER, recognised as the best in the
world. No better fertilizer known for
use of
PEANUT GROWERS.
Only a limited nmount of the plaster
can bo secured. Place your oidcrs early
before the slock Is exhausted.
Pocahontas Steam Coal
A SPECIALTY.
Dry Pine and Oak Wood
OF THE BEST QUALITY.
ALL SIZES
ANTHRACITE COAL.
PROMPT DELIVERY. FULL WEIGHT
AND MEASURE.
No. 156 MAIN STREET.
Norfolk. vi,
COAL,
WHOLESALE & RETAIL
?FOR?
Bituminous, Toms Creek, Vir?
ginia, Anthracite, Penn?
sylvania.
The coal we handle In strictly uniform
ami of lust-class quality.
Trigg & Wilmer
CITIZENS' RANK BUILDING AND 7-15
NI VISION STREET.
ROTH PHONES. _
l&I&E & WBLLB
Headquarter for Foreign
and Domestic
Cement, lime, Piaster, bucks.
Sewer and Chimney Pipe, Laths,
Shingles, &c Oriice and warehouse
12 to 18 PLUME ST
Near the Briass. NORFOLK VA .
For Over Fifty Years
MRS. WINSLQW'S
Soothing Syrup
has been used for children whllo teeth?
ing. It soothes tho child, soften-', the
Kiima, allays all pain, cures wind colic,
regulates the eunuch and bowels, and
Is the best remedy for diarrhoea. Twenty
(Ivo cents a bottle. Sold by all druggists
throuthout the world.
Al<TIO\ NAMS-TIIIWII.tT.
By D. Notes & Co., General 'Auctioneer
05 Commercial Pia
ARGEST THADB BASE OB* THj
On FRIDAY, Jun? 30O. In front of a]
within our salesrooms we will sell for
wholesale jobber dcclltlng business
250 ROLLS OF COTTON WARP AI
JAPANESE MATTING.
Imported this season, nnu consisting!
tho finest and most expensre patter
ever handled by a first-class husn.
50 ODD SQUARES AND BROH3L;
RUGS.
, 4\
or llirjt JT
Tho finest quality and deslms.
abovo will be sold without reserve i
to the highest bidder for cash.
Also 10 loads of HOUSEHOLD FURNI?
TURE. / Goods on exhibition June 28, "29,
30. Ooods sold In lots to suit the trade.
Po not miss this sale, as It Is to your ad?
vantage to attend. Dealers especially In?
vited. D. NOTES & CO.,
je2i-3t Auctioneers.
FOR RENT.
RESIDENCES.
October 1st. 1S88.
H2 Duko street.
417 Bute street.
Three new Houses, Ghent.
Des'rable house In York street
131 Yarmouth, corner house.
72 College Place.
Possession at once.
Largo houso Cumberland street.
91 Holt street.
Desirable house on Bute street, 18 rooms
suitable for boarding house.
332 H?nk street.
2 Houses on Highland avenue,
Olney Road, Ghent.
40 North street.
Bute street, near Boush. 16 rooms.
Good house with large yard on suburbs.
Several desirable houses Atlantio City.
FLATS.
241 Main street, sultablo for offlco.
683 Man street.
17". Bank street.
For further Information 'phono 665.
W. ft H. TRIBE & GO,,
Real Estate and Rental
. Agents.
CORNER BANK AND PLUME STS.
W. R. PENTRBSS 5 SON,
General Real Eslata and Rental Agsnls
U BAN IL STREET, SECOND FLOOR.
FOR RENT.
DWELLINGS. i STORES.
House on Gray don]
ave, Ghent, 1|3I Church street
House on Olney
Nicholson st.
Large bullding cor.
\\ at< r & Madison.
Road, Ghent
80 Brown street.
?i Falkland st.
30 Shield st. FLATS.
a.". Dartmouth
Sept. 1st. 1 I2f> Kelley avenue.
Ol E. Brambleton 12 Proby's Court.
nve. ' i i" Mam street,
160 Bermuda Ftrcet. 720 \V. Brambleton
23 Smith street. ? ave.
Fine Lots for Sale
AT A
on Hamilton, Ward, Duncan,
Franklin and Martin Avenues
(West End Land Company).
Prices from $150 to $1,000
one-fifth cash; balance
on time.
h. l. page & co.
Real Estate Agents,
_22 BANK ST,
T. F. Rogers,
UOOU3 214 AND 212 COLUVirtlA BUlLIi
ING. QKANBY STREET.
BTORBB.
Five story brick store No. 15 Commercial
Place, possession January 1st, 1200.
Store No. 711 Commerce street.
Warehouse loo Water atreeL
Store No. 37C liuto street.
r-WereTTOuse Nos. 4k ana IS Wooajlds Lena.
Store No. 10 Nlvlson street.
Stores N?>s. 207 and ICS Water street.
Ofllues: Granby. Bank and Commerce its.
Store 270 Water street.
UWE'.MNOH
Two Dwellings on Warren Crescent.
Dwelling No. 83 Grace street.
Dwelling No. 2t>7 Bute btrect.
Dwelling No. 77 college Place.
Dwelling No. 107 York Street.
Dwelling No. 621 Bute street.
Store and dwelling corner Cumberland
and Nicholson streets
Dwelling No. 25 North .street.
Dwelling No. 222 York street.
Dwelling Olney Hnsd. Ghffnt.
Flat No. 41 Washinton street
Flat 29 Granby street.
Two rooms with bath, Granby streot.
WHITE St GO.
HEAL ESTATE AND RENTAL AGENT
NO. SI BANK STREET.
2.7) Holt, 12 rooms.140.00
113 Yarmouth, t? rooms. 35.00
SS Grace, 9 rooms. 26 00
15 Queen, 9 rooms. 25.00
324 Bute, 9 rooms.36.00
111 Walke. 8 rooms.20.00
i;i Mariner, 8 rooms .23.00
851 Charlotte, 6 rooms, . 16.00
W Wcsl Brambleton ave.. 8 rooms.20.00
East Grace si., 7 rooms .16.67
iv Bermuda, S rooms.20.00
25 North 7 rooms .20.00
55 Franklin ave.. 8 rooms .16.68
?.0 Hi own St.. 7 rooms .20.00
17.". Brewer st.. 9 rooms .22.50
39S Bute St., 7 rooms . 17.00
127 Walk? st.. 8 rooms . 20.00
lPj Lovltt ave., S rooms . 25.00
Lots of Flats. Offices and Stores in all
parts of the city.
Wo have cottages at Ocean View and
Virginia Bench (or rent. Come early and
Ret your choice.
BYRD, BALDWIN & CO.,
RE.VrAt.AOK!? IN. Boons 23 AIHD'll
llADIiPiOTOJi BCII.DIMG,
lilt* N Ii V M'KK KT.
FOR RENT.
DWELLINGS.
121 Falkland. 112.50.
2.". North, 120 00.
188 Maple, ?12.50.
Mnbry Arch, Ghent,
1100.00.
Warren Crescent,
Ghent. liOOO.
Warren Crescent,
Ghent. 850.00.
ROOMS.
436 Highland, $7.00.
Front. A. City, $S.O0,
713 Church, 84.50.
713 Church, 84.50.
725 Church, ?4.50.
7:'.'. Church. $5.00.
72:i Church. $4.50.
731 Church, $4.50.
S00 Granby, $10.00.
110 Falkland. 16.50.
STORES.
Water. $53.34.
3S1 Church, $40.00.
337 Church. $40.00.
?2 Bank, $4080.
65 Commercial, $75.
300 Granby, $26.00.
311 Granby, $10.08.
OFFICES.
Warehouse and of?
fices cor. Water
and Fayette. $53.34
105 Granby $15 00.
217 Main. $10 each.
West Building, cor.
Main and Church.
Kaddlngton Build?
ing, cor. Granby
and City Hall av

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