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REVIEW OP MARKETS
FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL
S torts, Money, BzcUanga, Bon Is, Grito,
Cotton, Provisions, Etc.
These Are Closing Sales
Each Day.
i -
New York, Oct. 15.?There was an
outburst ot large and buoyant specu?
lation In thu stock market to-day,
which lifted prices during the course
of the day from 1 to over ;1 points. The
buying came from many divergent el?
ements, but the patent fact was that
an enormous number of stocks were
bought In an eager and confident man?
ner on a rapidly rising scale of prices.
Forced covering by a largely extended
short Interest had something to do with
the rise. Bull manipulation by a num?
ber of powerful cliques, some of them
newly formed, this morning aided the
advance. There has been steady growth
of confidence in Wall street for some
time past In the general outlook for
business. It has been firmly held that
as soon as election uncertainties were
disposed of there would be a renewal of
business activity up to the high level
of the recent prosperous period. On
the other hand, the growing constric?
tion of the money supply left room
for doubl whether the Intervening pe?
riod could be safely bridged without
such a money stringency as would be
disastrous to speculative commitments.
The conviction crystallzed to-day that
the danger of the money stringency
was mitigated and the expected post?
election demnnd for securities was dis?
counted on a very large scale.
The large additional engagements of
gold announced this morning promised
further help to the local mnrket. al?
though the receipt is deferred for sev?
eral weeks. This Is due to the fact that
the gold comes from South Africa. The
hardening of sterling exchange was duo*
simply to the purchase of bills against
the gold imports. The striking exhibit
of the foreign trade for September
showed conclusively the continued com?
mand of the International exchanges.
The Increase In cotton exports did not
suffice to offset the decrease Iii bread
stuffs In the Increase In the total ox
ports showing the export trade In man?
ufactures well maintained. The ex?
pected settlement of the coal strike
was also a factor in the strength in the
market and the special strength In
the group of coalers. Realizing In
stocks, which had had their extreme
advance early In the day made the
closing slightly irregular, but prices
generally were well maintained at the
top.
There was activity in bonds and some
advances In prices, but there were
weak spots which made the market Ir?
regular. Total sales, par value, $1,
?60.000.
U. S. bonds unchanged on last call.
Total sales of stocks to-day were
69R.600 shares.
New York, Oct. 15.?Standard Oil, 5.S0 ,
?5.84.
NEW YORK STOCK MARKET.
Atchlson .29tt,Unitcd States .. 15
Atchlson, pref. 71;*iWclls Fargo ?1-1
Baltl. und Ohio 72??
Chos. and Ohio 29% MISCELLANEOUS.
C, B and Q ... .127% Amer. ('ot. Oil . .'iPi
Chi. and Nor. ..103 IA O O. pref. ??? !'l
C C C and St. L 62VA S and W .... 2I>;
Del. nnd Hud. ..112%'A H and W. pre 74%
Gt. Nor., pref. ..166% A T. cx-dlv. .. 03
Illinois Central .117"? Amer. Tob.; pro 127
Lnke Shore .;. .205% Brooklyn R. T. 64%
lands, and Nash 73%!Con. Tobacco .. 27'a
Manhattan "1." PPlVCon. Tob., pref. 70
Met. St. R'y ..lMfilOen. Electric ..142%
N. J. Centrnl ..135 Glucose Sugar r.l
N. Y. Central ..130%GlU. Sugar, pre 98%
N nnd W . 36% Int'n'l Paper .. IS1)!
N and W. pref. 76% Int'n'l 1'.. pref. f?>4
Pennsylvania . 133% National Biscuit 32%
Bt. Raul .113%Nat. Biscuit, pre $9
St. Paul, pref. ..170 Pacific Mail .... 32%
6o. Rallwav .... 12% Pullman Pal. ..l^'i
Bo. R'y. pref. 54% Sugar .120%!
Bugar, prof.lit!
EX. COMPANIES. U. S. Leather .. 10%
Adams .125 U. S. L., pref. .. 70
American .151 .West. Union ... '?'.*' i
ROND MARKET.
New York. Oct. 15, 10 Hi.
U. S. 2's refunding, registered . 103%
United States 2's refunding, coupon.. It?-j
L'nlted States 2's. registered .
L'nlted Stales 3's. registered . I OK
.United States 3's, coupon .IC9Va
United States new 4's. reg., ex-lnt, .. 133
United States new I s. coupon . 134
i nited states old 4's, registered - IIP
United States old I s. coupon . 114%
United Slates 5's, registered, ex-lnt. 112
United States f?'s. coupon .113%
District of Columbia 3-05's . 123
Virginia centuries . Ill
NEW YORK MONEY MARKET.
New York, Oct. 15.?Money on call
steady at per cent.; last loan at
3 per cent. Prime mercantile paper, 5@
6 per cent. Sterling Exchange firm,
with actual business In bankers' bills
at 4.84% for demand and at 4.so'i for
sixty days. Posted rates, 4.81?4.81%
and 4.85@4-85%; commercial hills. 4.79%
fji4.S0; silver certificates. 62% 063%;
Mexican dollars, 49%. Government
bonds, steady; State bonds, steady;
railroad bonds, Irregular.
NEW YORK PRODUCE MARKET.
New York, Oct. 15.?Flour, somewhat
lower, with the break In wheat; Min?
nesota patents, S4.15@4.45. Rye Flour,
quiet. Corn Meal, easy; yellow West
em. Site. Rye. dull. Parley, easier.
.Barley Malt, dull. Wheat, spot weak;
NO. 2 red, 78%C. Corn, spot steady;
No. 2. 47%C. Oats, spot easier. No. 2,
25c. Beef, steady. Cut Meats, steady.
Lard, easy; Western Steamed, $7.3");
October closed $7.30. Refined, easy.
Pork, quiet. Cheese, firm; largo w hite,
10%c; small while, He. Coffee. Rio
<IUlet: No. 7 Invoice. 8%c. Mild, quiet,
Cordova, !)%(fj'Mc. Sugar, raw steady;
fair refining, 4%c; centrifugal 96 lest,
4%c,i molasses sugar, 4c. Refined,
steady.
COTTI >N SEED OIL.
New York. Oct. 15. -Cotton Seed Oil
?was very dull on spot' and a Rhade
lower on prime summer yellow: prime
crude, barrels, nominal: prime summer
yellow. 3tl%o.; off summer yellow.
,85%c; prime winter yellow, 41@42c.;
prime while, 40c. Prime Meal, $26.00?
26.50.
1RU0.K MARKET.
New York. Oct. 15.?Potatoes, quiet:
Jersey sweets. $2.25!<f2.75; New York,
31.60(8 1.62.
Cabbage, quiet; Long Island, per 100.
S1.50@2.25.
CHICAGO MARKET.
Wheat Corn, Oats, Provisions,
Lard. Short Rihs. &c.
, Chicago, 111.. Oct. 1.1*?Ldwer cables,
bearish news and statistics gave o
weak wheat market to-day, December
closing Hie under Saturday. Corn j
closed %c. lower and onts unchanged.
Provisions at the close wore un?
changed.
The leading futures ranged as follows:
Open, iii?b. Low. ciom.
Whe?R No. 2?
Oct.. 74 74 73% 73%
Nov. 71% 74% 73% 73%
Dec. .... . 76% 75Vj 74* 74*5
Corn No. 2?
Out. 41 41% 40% 40?
Nov. 37? S7? 87% 87?
Oats No. 2?
Oct. 21% 21ft 21% 21%
Nov. 21% 21% 21% 21%
.Dec. . 21% 21% 21% 81%
Mess Pork, per bbl.?
get.- - - 1C.00
Nov.10.85 10.95 10.82% 10.90
, J?n.11.22% 11.32% 11.20 11.25
Lard, per 100 lbs.?
Oct.- - - 0.85
Nov.0.S7% G.90 6.82% 6.85
J'?n-.6.57% 6.65 0.65 0.60
Short Ribs, per 100 lbs.?
Oct. 7.25 7.25 6.90 6.90
Nov.?.40 6.45 6.32% 6.37%
J?n. 6.00 6.02% 5.97% 6.00
NAVAL, STORES.
Charleston, S. C, Oct. 15.?Turpentine
firm at 37%c. Rosin steady and un?
changed.
Wilmington, N. C, Oct. 15.?Spirits
turpentine llrm at 37%<&37%c. Rosin
steady at $1.15@1.20. Crude turpentine
ftrm ut $1.30 ?2.30. Tar firm at J1.40.
The Cotton Markets.
NEW YORK COTTON MARKET.
New York, Oct. 15.?The bears in cot?
ton to-day left no stone unturned in an
effort to stamp out -ull signs of bull
supremacy which had obtained for a
protracted period until last week's re?
serves caused extensive desertions from j
the bull camp. English news to-day
was fully as unfavorable as that re?
ceived Saturday, with private cables
staling that the sentiment abroad- had
become intensely bearish. Our market
followed the Liverpool break with a
loss of 6 to 20 points on the call, the
loss later being Increased to 35@ 38
points. Not until after midday was
there the least indication of a lull in
the selling movement or a change in
the trend of fluctuations. By 2 p. m.
the advance from bottom quotations
was less than 10 points, with parties
having profits about the only buyers.
The late market was nervous and
with prices down to the lowest of the
day. The factors which led to the
break abroad and here consisted of
heavy receipts at all points of enorm
out export clearances, and a decline in
Southern spot markets of %<8>".
Official estimates for continued large
receipts and predictions from Washing?
ton for unchanged weather conditions
continuing in the next 36 hours tended
to check buying late In the day. The
market closed weak at a net loss of 35
to :1S points.
New York. Oct. 15.?Cotton futures
opened weak. October, 11.70; November,
9.47; December, 0.36; January. 9.35;
February. 0.35; March. 9.35; April, 9.31;
May. ?.34; June, 9.33; July, 9.30; Au?
gust, 9.30.
Futures closed weak. October, 9.40;
November. 9.20; December, 9.18; Jan
uary, 9.1S; February. 9.16; March, 9.17;
April, 9.16; May. 9.17; June, 9.15; July,
9.10: August, S.96.
Cotton?Spot closed ensy. 3-16c. lower:
middling uplands, 10%c; middling gulf,
10%C.; sales. 262 bales.
NEW ORLEANS COTTON MARKET.
New Orleans, Oct. 15.?Cotton futures
closed steady. October, 9.06@9.08; No?
vember. S.90@8.93; December. 8;98@S.99;
January. S.RStfrS.SO; February. S.OI'i/n.92;
March, 8.95@8.96; April, 8.95@8.97; May,
8.96@3.97; June, S.97 bid.
LIVERPOOL COTTON MARKET.
Liverpool, Oct. 15.?4 p. m.?Cotton:
Spot demand bettor and prices easier;
American middling fair. f> 7-32d.
The sales of the day were 7,000 bales,
of which 500 were for speculation and
export, and included 6,500 bales Ameri?
can. Receipts, 1,000 bales, Including G00
American.
Futures opened easier and closed
steady. American Middling: October,
5 24-64(1. buyer: October and November,
5 13-61515 I l-i>4d. sellers; November and
December, 09-64@5 10-64d. sellers; De?
cember and January. 5 07-C4d. seller;
January and February, 5 06-64d. buyer;
February ami March, 5 03-64d. buyer
March and April. 5 Ol-r,id. buyer; April
and May. 6 00-64(1. seller: May and
June. 4 63-64(1. seller; June and July,
1 Q2-64@4 63-64d, sellers: July and Au?
gust. 1 60-64d. value: August .anil Sep?
tember. 1 55-G4d. seller.
Norfolk Cotton Market.
Norfolk, Va., Oct. 13, 1
1900 1
Tone .Dull. <
Good middling .19 13-16 1
Middling .0% <
Low middling .9 1-16 I
Good ordinary .8 7-16 f
Bales. 1
Sales . 726
Receipts . 6.905
Shipments . B.4S7
Stock . 26,209
RECEIPTS OF COTTON.
Thro. Locnl. Total.
Seaboard Air Line ....1,29.1 615 1.910
Norfolk A Western .. 331 ? 33]
Norfolk &? Southern .. 30 D28 558
Norfolk * Carolina .. ? 1,104 1,104
Southern Railway .... 9M 910 1,841
A. & C. Canal . ? 159 159
Total .2,560 3,316 5.906
NORFOLK MARKETS.
GRAIN. BAY AND RICE.
CORN?White ccrn, 54c.; mixed corn,
51e.
OATS?Mixed onts. 30c; white oats, 33c.;
ship stuff, $19.00; briar oats. $18.00.
HAY?No. 1 Timothy hay. per carload
lots. {15.50; for ton lots. $17.00; No. 2, one
dollar less than No. 1 Timothy; mixed
hay, "lie dollar loss than No 1 Timothy.
MILLED RICE?As to grades, 5i.<;(iJ6%c.
l.i d i.II RICE?None on tho market
PEANUTS AND PEAS.
PEANUTS- Market firm: fancy, 3c.j
strictly prime, 2",c.: prime, 2%c.j com?
mon, Ci&i2e.; Spanish. SI per bushel.
PEAS?nlackeyc, $2.50 per bag; black,
none.
COUNTRY PRODUCE.
TOI'LTRY?Live, steady; chickens, old,
fat. j;ni?0c; spring, 14^250.; ducks, mud,
20c.
Eggs-Sleadv at 17e. per dozen.
BUTTER?Good country, l^lSc.
COUNTRY HAMS-Steady; Smlthfield,
fancy, 17rt/18e.; Virginia country, H'olOc.j
good North Carolina. 12015c.
NORTHERN CABBAGE?$1.2501.50 per
hai r. I.
ONIONS?$2.00 per bag.
PI rTATOES-rNorthern, $1.50 per bag.
FRUITS.
APPLES?Northern apples, $2.oofr2.50
per barrel.
LEMONS?$3.00 per box.
BANANAS?Per bunch. 60c.1i$l.5O.
COCOA NUTS?100 to bag. $3.0003.50.
ORANGES?Jnmaota, $3.u0 per box.
GROCERIES.
FLOUR ? Market advancing; spring
Wheat, patent. il.MJ; winter wheat, patent,
$4.60; winter wheat, half patent, $4.10; win?
ter wheat, choice straight, $1.00; winter
whent, family, C3.9o; winter wheat, fair to
good grades of extra, $3.70@3.S0; winter
wheat, super. $3.50.
MEAL.?Per bag 100 lbs., $1.15; ?2 lb.,
bugs. $1 08.
COFFEE?Advancing; Java, 2Sft30e.; La
guayra, 14015c; choice iyo, n%'rfi.v\c.;
prime, do., lO%011c.; Inlr, do., Btt@l6%c.
ROASTED COFFEE?Ariosa. 100-lb
cases. $13.50; Ariosa. 60-lb.; caKfs. $13.60;
Ariosa, 3?-lb. cases, $13.70; Lion. loo-lb.
cases, $12.50: Iaon. ??-lb. cases, $12.60,
The.so Now York f. o. b. prices subject
tu <li livery conditions.
CHEESE?Small full cream, :2c.'
SUO A RS?All sugars having advanced
ton points, tho following are the prices.
Including this advance: Cubes or pressed
blocks, loose In barrels, 6.50; Powdered,
loose In barrels, 6.45; either. In half bar?
rels, additional per 100-lbs.. 19c; Granu?
lated Standard, loose In barrels, 6 20;
Granulated Fine, looso In barrels, 6.20:
Granulated Fine, looao In 100 lb. sacks,
SHIPPING REPORT.
Forolgn and CoantwUs.
October 15. 1900.
ARRIVED.
British stmp. Britannia, Brown, Rio
Janeiro, light.
Italian stmp. 'Slcllla, Martini, New
Orleans, for coal.
American stmp. Michigan, Peck, New
York .light.
Sehr. M. K. Rawley, -, New York,
crushed stone.
Sehr. May and Anna Beswlck, Smith
North Carolina, for New York, lum?
ber.
Barges It. R. Thomas, San Joaquln
Albertls and Sovereign of the Seas
-, light.
CLEARED.
Italian stmp. Slcllla, Martini, Genoa,
coaled.
Sehr .Calumet, Coombs, -, coal
Barges Hamilton Fish and Pilgrim
-, coal.
SAILED.
British stmp. Saba, Winds, London,
coaled.
Norwegian stmp. Themis, Anderson,
Demcrara, coal.
Sehr. Elizabeth M. Cook, Hill, New
York, lumber.
Sehr. J. B. Anderson, McPhcrson,
James river, light.
ALBEMARLE AND CHESAPEAKE
CANAL.
NORTHBOUND.
Stmr. Edith, light, North Carolina to
Norfolk.
Stmr. M. \t. Harlow, towing, North
Carolina to Norfolk.
Barge Hobt. McCoy, lumber, North
Carolina to Norfolk.
Barge City Point, lumber, North
Carolina to Norfolk.
Stmr. Flora, lumber, North Carolina
to Norfolk.
Stmr. Croatan, towing. North Caro?
lina to Norfolk.
Sehr. May and Ann Beswlck, lumber,
North Carolina to Atlantic City.
Barge No. 10. lumber, North Carolina
to Norfolk.
Stmr. Virginia, towing. North Caro?
lina to Norfolk.
Barge F. C. Kughlcr, lumber, North
Carolina to Philadelphia.
Sehr. Annie E. Edwards, lumber,
North Carolina to Baltimore.
Sehr. Susannah, laths, North Caro?
lina to Norfolk.
SOUTHBOUND.
Stmr. Alton, light, Norfolk to North
Carolina.
Stmr. C. A. Mclntyre, light, Norfolk
to North Carolina.
DOMESTIC PORTS.
New Orleans, Oct. 13.?Cleared. 6tmr.
Oriel (Br). for Havre via Norfolk.
Port Eads. Oct. 13.?Sailed, stmr. Els
wiek Park (Br.), Glasgow via Newport
News.
FOREIGN PORTS.
Belfast, Oct. 13.?Arrived, stmr. Bel?
fast, from Newport News.
Bremen. Oct. 13.?Arrived. stmr.
Howiek Hall, from Savannah via Nor?
folk.
Lizard. Oet. IS.?Passed, slmi-u.
Breckfleld, from Savannah via Nor?
folk, for Bremen; Everlnghnm. from
Pensacola, via Norfolk, for Grlmshy.
Lisbon, Oet. 12.?Arrived, stmr. Crom?
well, from Newport News.
Naples, Oet. 10?Arrived, stmr. Bal
111a, from Norfolk.
LIGHTSHIP NO- 71.
WENT ON GUARD LAST NIGHT AT
THE TAIL OF THE HORSE?
SHOE.
Yesterday the Lighthouse tender
Maple towed lightship No. VI out to
the tail of the horseshoe at Diamond
Shoals and anchored her on the new
station. No. 71 will bo on guard there
for about a month, when she will he
replaced by a vessel that will be sta?
tioned there permanently.
No. 71 Is commanded by Captain
Bowling, and under him arc Chief Olll
cer Towies and Engineer Pltspatrlck.
0 20: Granulated 2-lh. nnd 5-Ib. sacks,
packed in barrels, 8.30: Granulated;
and 5-lb. papers, paciced in cases, ii 3'.';
Yellow No. s, very bright; 5.7u; Yellow.
No. 9, nearly as bright. 5.05; Yellow No.
10 very good bright. 6.60; Yellow No. 11.
pood blight, 5 f'i; Yellow No. 13, lairly
bright. 5.80.
SYRUPS AND MOLASSES ? Market
(Inner ut tho advance; syrup, good to
choice. 'jn^lc.: lower grade eyrup, li^Jc. ;
molasses. Porto Rico. 22<fjP30e.
PROVISIONS.
BULK MEATS?Market higher; rib
sides. JT RO; belli,-::. Western heavy, Ji.Ji;
bellies. Western light-weight, JS.tiO.
bellies. Western light-weight. $S.sLi.
HAMS?Susar cured, 12^c.
]>UY SALTED .IOWI.S?SC.OO.
PORK PLATES-37.25.
HAM POKK -New. $11.75.
MESS PORK?$1100.
I.API)?Pure butchers'. !n tl.?reofl, 8c;
compound, tierces, ns to brand, 6*?c; S0
1b. tuba and F>0-lb tins. ',ic more.
WOOL?Unwashed 15c.: bulKy, 3 to Te,
Ies.s: washed wool. "oe.: black. 12Vic. to 16c.
HIDES?O. S.. 7>,i; green. fi%i. Uiy flmtr
14; dry Ball, 11V?: damaged. 7.
SALT FISH.
HERRING?Now North Carolina cut.
none; Eastern, barrels; $4.00; Potomac,
gross, none; mullets. SO-lb. kegs, $l 00;
spot"?. 100-lb. kegs. $5.75; mackerel, good
No. 2, $20.00; white fish, new catch, ICO-lb.
kegs, none; 80-lb. kegs, none; 70-lb. kegs,
none.
JOHNSON'S DYSPEPSIA CURE
A Scientific. Uniting and Ptrmansnf Rsmsdv for Ofspeptla,
Indi^aslrua iad oil Sloraach and Dana Troublai.
Jas. Starin. of fit. Paid. Minn., says : " t bad
always been thin and emaciated ; appetite pood
bat food did uot seem to nourish rac and had
never found anything to do me anv good until I
commenced P. lake lohason'fl Dyspepsia Cure.
Have now been t iktnc it two "month*, have
f;aincd fiftCM pounds nnd nm still increasing. It
s a wonderful medicine for weak nnd run down
people." Larje Bancs, 10c, 25c and 60c.
FOR SALE BY
Snelltng's Pharmacy, Rotiert F Holmes
& Co.. J. M. F. Trotter, Virginia Phar?
macy, Wallace ,t Moore, Norfolk; Wnllace
& Co., Berkley; Jcromo P. Curr, Ports?
mouth.
Diseases, such as Chills, Fevor and Ague,
Loss of Appetite, Killous and Dyspeptic
Disorders. Headache, Pains in the Rack,
Side, or Limbs, folds. La Grippe. Neu?
ralgia, etc. At all druggists. 50c. Jy22-3m
Rupture,
Tlydrocelo. Varleo.
cele, nnd Piles cured.
No knife; no deton
t.on from business;
painless and harm?
less. Over two hun?
dred euros made
here last year. Ex?
amination and book
lot free.
HERHU SANITARIUM
905 Bank Stree', RICHMOND, VA.
Jal2-ly Permanently established.
To Protect Themselves
tho monarchs may have to
wear suits of armor to ward off the at?
tempts of assassins. Wo protect you
from dissatisfaction by our guarantee of
your money back If you arc not satisfied.
Geo. W. Taylor & Co..
61 Granby St.. Norfolk. Va.
DRY
ALWAYS ON HAND.
We have a very choice lot of pine and
hard wood In stock, which we can sell
at the lowest market price.
We wish to emphasize the fact that our
wood Is all kept under shelter and Is
therefore, always dry and In a strictly
first class condition.
Hundreds of homos recognlzo the high
standard of our coal. Wo want thou?
sands to appreciate the merits of both
our coil und wood.
Norfolk Coal and Ice Co
SA MITEL FERF.BEE.
S U. HARRELL.
Proprietors.
537 Water strpal._Goth Phones 391.
CW~BM.I 80,
Cotton, Stock, Grain
and Provision Brokers.
Direct Wires to New York,
Chicago, Philadelphia,
Boston ??
And All Principal Exchanyss.
Orders Psccuicd Promptly.
F=. I_. GRHNDY
'42 RQHNOKB DOCK
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEAL?
ERS IN
HAY, QRAIN. SI RAW
AND MILL FEED.
Largo mock r.n njnC. and in transit.
6ELECTED REED OATS AND BKKD
Ft Y K IN BTOCIC
NO. 1 TIJtOrilT HAY ALWAYS ON
HAND.
T. F. ROGERS,
ROOMS 20?, 110. ?1 COLUMBIA BUILD.
INO. QRANBY STREBT.
FOR RENT.
STORES.
Warehouse, 7 Loyall's lane.
Shop over 11 and 13 Plume strcot.
Wurchouse 190 und 192 Water street
269 Water street.
Offices Main, Granby, Commerce and
Bank streets.
240 Main street
Stores, offices and apartments in "Tha
TazowjII." cor. Brooko avenui and dran*
by streets.
Stora dwelling 444 Cumberland street.
Storago room and ortlces KrUcy street.
Store and dwelling No. WS Mala atreeb
No. 376 Bute street.
DWELLINGS.
625 Main street.
134 Charlotte street.
521 KrcemiiHon street.
435 Hamilton avenue.
222 Boush atreet.
33 Arlington Place.
454 Hamilton Avenue.
."9 York Place.
449 Hamilton avenue.
18 Brown street
2 Cumberland strct.
No. 330 Graydon avenue.
No. 37+ Boush street.
3 Mottu Block, Client.
21 DeBrco Place, furnished.
S3 Grace street
No. 423 Duncan avenue.
4M) Main Etrcct.
61 Granby street.
No. 222 York street
FOR SALE.
576 Bute street.
151 St. Paul street,
so? Freemason street.
( dwelling* in the Mottu Block, Qhont.
Three new houses, 212, 214 and 210 Ave?
nue A, Atlantic City?a bargain.
Four brick houses on St. Paul strooL
prlco J2.50O.0O.
Store and dwelling and gooa business.
Maran avenue.
Ono house on Scott street. $700.09.
Vacant lots in all port* or tbo city.
Valuable water front In Brainbleton. ad.
Joining N. & W. It. It. Co. "* uu
Valuable water front in Portsmouth, be.
tween Ferry Dock and Navy Yard.
Hardy warehouse, N'lvlson street.
Nos. ?8 nnd 70 Pool street.
2?7 Granby street.
138 Iiuto street.
109 and 11] Brown avenue.
43 Queen street.
214 Bank street.
109 High streot.
C01 Park avenua.
100 Bute street.
75 York street.
422 and 424 Highland avenua
Dwelling 90 Boush street.
Dwelllns 294 Bute street.
VALUABLE BUSINESS PROPERTY
IN SUFFOLK, VA.
Three-story brick store with tints
above, corner Washington and Sycamore
streets. An opportunity for a good in?
vestment in a five town.
Two Bargains.
We have for sale cheap and on very
easy terms two new houses in
Old Dominion Place.
Thev are both located within a short
distance of the Norf.dk .?i. Atlantic Ter?
minal Railway.
This Is your chance to secure a homo
on easy terms.
(). 1). JACKSON CO.,
Montlcello Building - - - Norfolk. V.o.
FO R RE INI r.
4IS Hamilton avo., s rooms.J25.00
450 and 151 Hamilton avenue, 9 rooms
and bath.35.00
160 S. Kelly ave.j 7 rooms and bath . 25.00
Nice House Park Place, 9 rooms ml
and halb. 20.00
415 S. Park ave., 7 rooms and bath.. 1S.00
303 Church :'t.. 8 rooms ami bath.. 25,00
313 Wlllonghbv avenue, 7 rooms and
bath . 1N.00
STORES.
299 Church street . 40.00
SO P.:. ilk street .;. 13.00
95 < ?Inn eh si reel. 15.00
Property lor sale In, around the city.
Money to loan.
H. C. H0GGARD k CCL
PHONE 74?. 10 BANK STREET.
IRWIN'S EXPRESS CO.
52 Campbell's Wharf.
PHONE 6. EITHER PHONE.
W? liaul anytblr.g to ana from any.
where In thu Ihrce cities.
Special facilities for hauling Safes,
Boilers. Furniture and Pianos.
1.0U tilled und tilling wunteU.
-DEALERS IN
Sower Pipe, Cement, Brick, Li
WALL PLASTER, SHINGLES, LATHS.
CAR AND CARGO LOTS A SPECIALTY.
PHONE 101
NORFOLK VA.
ABBOTT MORRIS.
W. VV. MARSHALL.
?Home, Sweet Home ^w^m^,
fes. Indeed, It Is sweet when you own Wnmimiin_~7riTo! _ - ,vrf-:v>>-'i ><?'. ?'
-doift fear rent day or landlord. Why ?M^mTO*-^^**'^ ? PX ?'?
t start to-day. Call on us and wo wilt '^V^^zZT^rir :?-??.-W P ? | \jj
MORRIS, MARSHALL & CO.
_._ ? inn.
158 PLUME ST., Near Bank.
S. S. PHONE 884.
Special prices on property at City
Park.
IF YOU HAVE 0 FIREPLHCE
you can secure four tunes the usual
umuunt of heal by ustnf
nouni oi neat uy using a .-"v ' sfy/
Jackson Ventilating Grats, fMM?f?
This grate has heat-saving chambers ^'???!^?*^
In which outdoor air I- wanned, re.-u't- .^eSm
Ing In perfect ventilation and economical V/r^f
heat. Two rooms on the sumo or differ nt ? - .tj,y
floors can bo thoroughly heated with nuo
of these grates in the most sevcro
weather.
F. T. CLARK CO., (Limited.)
84 Commmercial Place. 87 Roauoke Avenue.
The Best Time to have your
"Fireplace Heaters" and "Furnaces"
overhauled and cleaned Is "now." To assure Rood work nnd
prompt attention, It Is well tp send In your orders AT once,
THE COLUMBIA STOVE CO.,
Phone 379. * 173 TO 177 BANK STREET.
. AUCTION SIMSTIUS DAT,
By tho Union Auction Co., General Aue.?
tlonccrs, SO Bank St., Morris
Gross, Proprietor.
WE WILL? SELL AT OUB AUCTION
House THIS (Tuesday) MORNING
nt 10:30 o'clock. Bedroom Suits. Chairs,
Rockers, Mirrors, Pictures, Sideboard,
etc., etc.
UNION AUCTION CO.
It._ Auctioneers.
W. J. Halstead, General Auctioneer, 43
and 44 Washington St., Opposite City
Market. R. R. Morris, Crlor.
IARGE SALE AT OUR AUCTION
-i House THIS (Tuesduy) MORNING
nt 10 o'clock, of flno Bedroom Suite in
oak and walnut; Sideboards. Exteiibion
Tables, Chairs, Hall Racks, Lounges,
Couches, Fancy Rockers, Wardrobes,
Piano, Organ, BO Decorated Toilet Sots,
Carpols. Rugs, Matting, Oil Cloth, Pic?
tures, Stoves, Lacu Ourtains, Portlers,
Mattresses, Pillows, &c. Ladles espe?
cially Invited.
W. J. HALSTEAD,
? General Auctioneer.
R. R. MORRIS, Crlor. It*
A14TIO* HAltBH? rOTOHM DAYS.
vaiuaBtB Tiger Lais.
In pursuance nnd by authority of an
order of the Superior Court of Pnsquo
tauk county. North Carolina, mado In
re-petition of Batnuel S. Lamb, adminis?
trator of John F. Davis, deceased, Tnbl
iha S. Davis, widow. Juno Stanton and
William C. Davis, heirs at law of John
P. Davis, ex parte, to tho Court. I will
on THURSDAY, the 1st day of Novem?
ber, l'.iuo, at 12 M., nt tho courthouse
door In the town of Elizabeth City,
North Carolina, sell at public auction to
the highest bidder the following described
tract of land, I >. longing to tho estate of
John P, Davis, deceased:
A tract of land situated In Pnsquotunk
county, and known us a part of tho
Great Park Estate, said to contain 1G.000
acres, more or less, described as follows:
Lying and being In Pasquotnnk county
and In Newland township, beginning at
the Intersection of the Norfolk road nnd
the Jackson road; thence along the Jack?
son road N 4S 50 deg. e 120 chains; thenco
N 5 10 dog. W .sn chains, N 84 60 (leg. H
73 79-uv) chains, N 0.15 dog. W 370 43-100
Chains, N 85 30 dog. \V 1<>3 73-100 chains.
S 22 e Ml chains, N 85 30 deg. W 15G
chains. N 75 :w deg. W 80 chains, S 17 30
deg. W 170 chains. S 13 40 deg. W 4'i
chains, S 14 30 deg. B 10 chains, 8 2 39
deg. 50 mln. to S3 20-100 chnlna to Perry's
Turnpike; thence along Perry's Turnpike
as follows: S 31 3-1 de?. E 5 13-100 chains,
S 40 E 1 21-100 chains. S 65>,<, E 5 13-100
chains. S 66 E 6 52-100 chains, S G5 E
12 31-100 chains. S OVA E 0 33-100 chains,
S 53 25 de?, e .{ 5-100 chains, S 63V4 E
1! 17-100 Ohulns, S Sa*', E 27-70-100 chains,
S Qi'i V. 3 55-100 chains. S O?lA E 5%
chains. 8 C&K E 11-08-100 chains, S 71Vi
E 3 lJ-ii") chains, S 32 50 deg. 24-70-100
chains. S 54 H 0-5-100 chains, S 65 20 deg.
18-79-100 chuliis. S t;i io deg. V. 45 92-lon
chains, S 83 60 deg. E 22 lrt-100 chains,
S GO 10 dept. E 24 32-100 chains, S 79M- E
51 17-l'?l chains to the place of beginning.
Excoptlng the Henry Perry tract of one
hundred Ham acres, the William Jen?
nings and Robert Dozier tract of two
hundred acres, and the Wlnslow tract of
twenty-live (25) acres, within the said
boundaries. Being the same tract of land
conveyed to John P. Davis by decree of
the Superior Court of Pnsquotunk county,
North Carolina, dated January Kth. 1891,
and duly recordod In Rook 21, pages 275,
270 and 277 In the Registrar of Deeds'
Office in said county.
The terms Of said sale will bo one
third cash and the balance In six and
twelve months, with Interest from dato
Of sab-, or all cash at the option of tho
purcascr. SAMUEL S. LAMR,
t 'onimlssioner.
This 1-t day of October, 1!. ocl2-tf
BYRD & BALDWIN BROS.
rental AGENTS, ROOMS 89 A NO 23
m a 1)1 > i n<.ton 1UTI.i>in<j,
UKANIIY stkket.
FOR RENT.
DWELLINGS t OFFICES.
BIS Colonialiave.|IS.S8 |o? Granby ....$25.00
,!? }'"k gi- ???ii!-?i217 Main Street.
r v m Vi., at' "m r -7,-'1 Main Streut.
Tis . : It '"VAm\ We8t ??ll??ng. eor
?48 Mall Bt. . Main and Church.
33 Cumberland.|2u.00 second door Flat
l Bermuda ...?2.60 tron aquaro.
' Church .?1.80 Haddlngton Ruild
f2I Church .....$U.M|nB eorntr r.ranby
!? our new houses Ui ftnd CUy HaU
STORES.
Rule St. ...$15.00
on Holt St. ext.
ROOMS & FLATS.
Urs Falkland... $0.50
3<K) Granby St..?2.60
136 Maple avc..8 7.50 847 Lute St. ...$15.00
7:3 Church St. .S I .',0-211 church St..$35.00
731 Church St..8 4.50l20 Nlvlson St..$25.00
A RARE OPPORTUNITY.
A large brick building, with boiler and
engine, in good condition, suitablo for
manufacturing purposes and conveniently
located on tho Lambert's Point railroad,
just outsido the city limits, for rent at
low figures.
For particulars call on
H. C. Williams & Son,
RENTAJ_AGENTS
ROOM NO. 8, TALBOT BUIL0IN3, 173 MAIM ST
S. S. PHONE 886
WHITE & CO.,
Real Estate Auctioneers
AND RENTAL AGENTS.
31 BANK ST RS KT.
Old rhone 1074. New Phone 118,
2Slh St. Park Placed420 Frecniansoa,
137 Maple ave. I3S Bute,
s room Hat, Main st 878 Bute.
60 Cumberland. |I75 Brewer.
28 North St. .24 North.
NCW and P.rosvn St.;17 Olncy Road.
412 Main St., flat i42l Duncan ave,
:tl Chapel. U9li nnd 39S Butu.
4.1 Clay St, 64 Mariner.
r,i- w. Bram. ave. ;5?9 Church.
(19 i [amil 1 en ave. , Lots for sale.
.. \V. Olnry Road.
70S IV. Uramblaton.
'473 Polish.
Stores for rent.
W. H. H. TRICE & CO.,
Real Eslale and Rental Agents,
COR. BANK AND PLUME STREET3J
'PHONES 605.
RESIDENCES FOR RENT.
449 Hamilton avenue . ZOO"
4.) North street. lb.00
Several rooms 61 Fencliurch street..
422 Olney Road.g-Jg
2Mb street. Park Place . 20 00
839 Duke. Oet 1st . 20.00
33 CoVu street . -uu,?
CS York street, brick. 2-story; very
desirable .??<?
19s Bute street .?'?>??
STOKES.
192 Church street.I?3 33
L's7 Church street . -o.CO
190 Church street .
26S Water street .**> 00
270 Water street .:;0 00
Small store near market .J? ?IW
RoanokO ave.. 3-story press brick. 6j.0J
72 Qi.11 street, store and rooms
above .25.00
W. R. Fenti*ess & Son,
REAL ESTATE AUCTIONEERS AND
RENTAL AGENTS,
NO. Vi RANK STREET.
DWELLINGS.
420 Freemason str< < t.
New houses Montlc illo avenne.
122 Claiborne avenue.
372 BOUSh street.
2?ti Lovitt avenue. .
371 Bouah street.
8.; Virginia street.
103 Bermuda street, 5 rooms.
STORES.
;99 Church street.
For other Information phono 1J&9?Bell,

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