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F1HANCIAL A8D COMMERCIAL
Stocks,Mon?y, Exchange, Cools, (hula,
Cotton, Provisions.. Eta.
These Are Closing - Sales
Now York, Doc. 28.?The history of
today's stock market does not mate?
rially differ from that of succeeding
days for a long time past. That is to
say, selling to lake profits came on the
market like a Hood in the opening
dealings, and the professional hears,
constantly watchful for the llrsi sign
of the reaction, which they know must
inevitably come, offered prices down in
an attempt to dislodge long stock.
Their efforts were defeated, ns they
had been on many previous occasions,
by the supporting orders which came
into the stocks and new points of
strength which were confidently mar?
shaled from the stocks which have not
yet enjoyed any considerable rise. The
point wherein today's market differed
from those of recent stock exchange
history was that the proilt taking was
renewed In force before the close and
the unsettled condition continued until
trading ceased, prices at that time
showing wide declines from the best
and in some cases being well below
last night. There were no remaining
points of strength to sustain tho mar?
ket in this late break, the Ingenuity
of the traders having apparently failed
thorn or their industry in seeking out
new stocks being overcome by very
weariness. Once again, the oft recur?
ring cry of a year-end squeeze In Lie
money market was raised this niorn
ing in connection with tho opening at
tucks on stocks. Loans today on the
t?tock exchange carry over until .Men
day, but this fuct coupled with the
year-end requirements failed to create
a ripple of trouble In the call loan
market. Only at the opening was six
per cent, asked, an! the rate declined
from that point. A strong bank stale-;
ment seems assured 'tomorrow, in view'
_ of the gain by the banks during tho
"week from sub-treasury operations <?f
$2,575,000, and an estimated gain on the
lnteilot?exprcaa movement-?of nearly
$3,000,000 more. The failure of the
money market to harden was the occa?
sion ot fhc strong rnlly from the open?
ing break, In which People's Gas,
Brooklyn Transit und Sugar were
forced down from 1% to 3 points. The
striking feature of the buoyant mar?
ket which prevailed during the middle j
portion of the session was the Incon?
stancy of the strength and demand for
special stocks. A rapid price move
men tin an individual stock would be
followed by a sharp reaction, while
the speculative demand would shift |
hurriedly to other quarters, rapidly
bidding up prices 1 or 2 or 3 points.
Sometime pools had no difficulty in
liquidating their holdings at ? hand?
some day's profit. Tho list of stocks
In which this operation occurred In?
cludes many of the high grade rail?
roads, as well as those known in stock
exchnnge parlance as cals and dogs.
An Incident of the day was the rise In
St. Pnul above Burlington. This su?
premacy was contested, the friends ot
Burlington rallying the stock again to
above St. Paul, but the latter stock
closed within a hair of tho top and *\
above Burlington. The Into reaction
evidently was duo merely to n general
desire to convert paper profits secure?
ly Into cash.
The demand for bonds was not so
conspicuous ns yesterday, but there
wore Strong points In the market.
Total sales par value, $5.025.000,
1J. S. old -Ts advanced refunding
2"s % and 3's ond 5's Vi per cent, on
the last call.
Today's total stock sales wore 1,466,
New York, Dec. 28.?Standard Oil,
Baltimore, Doc. 28.?Seaboard com?
mon, lOffflO'/i; Seaboard preferred 27%
(Q2"%; bonds, four's, 70#71.
New Yrok, Dec. 28.?Consolidated
Gas closed 195%.
NEW-YOKE STOCK MARKET.
Atchison .46%i Wells fargo ....140
Atohtson; prof. 81 '< ...
Buhl, and Ohio B2% MISCELLANEOl S
Ches. and Ohio 41Vil
C. B and Q . .'.1428i Amcr. Cot. Oil . 31
Chi. nnd Nor. .'.170% A C O, pref.!>?>
?C C C ami hi. 1. iJ A B ana '.V . ..
Del. and 14nil. . L'V-i A H and W. ]<>?? S.'i
Ct. Nor., pref. ..187% Amcr. Tobacco 116%
Bllnois Central .i3?%|Amer. Tob.. pre l?5
Buke Shore .24" I Brooklyn K V M
l^iiila. and Nash W%| Con. Tobacco 83
Manhattan "L" 114% Coh. Tob., pr. f 9314
Mel. Sa. B'y .. .Vc'?! Ccn. El. ctrii ' .
N. J. Central ...145? Glucose Sugar . r>>>
N. Y. Central ..11.1% Chi. Sm:.ir. pie.!-".
N and \v . 41%! Infn i Paper
N and VV, pref. 62% Irit'n'l P., pi
Pennsylvania . ut? National Biscuit .
St. Paul .113V Nat Biscuit, pre 01
St. Paul. pref. ..188 , Pacific Mail .... 12
So. Railway .... 21V Pullman Pal.
So. R'y. pref. ... 72% Sugar .140%
EX. COMPANIES. Sugar, pref.IUI
Adams .150 U. s. Leather .. ir.
American.isr, U. S. L.. pref. .. 77
United States .. S7 West. Union ...S3"'..
New York, Dec. 28, I!
II. S. 2's refunding, registered .
United states-'s refunding, coupon I i'
United states 2's, registered . ? -
United States 3's, registered . Ill's
United states ".':>. coupon .i" .
United Suites now 4's; registered ? i3s\:.
United Htutes new 4's. coupon .13SVa
United States old 4's. registered .... lie .
United 8tales old i's. coupon . II. .
United States 5's, r?glsterod . Ill .
United Stiites 5's. coupon . 114 .
District of Columbia 8-65's . 12.
Virginia Centuries .?
NEW YORK MONEY MARKET.
New York, Dec. 28.?Close: Money
on call firhi at S&? r'or cent.; last loan
nt 3 per cent.; ruling rale, per cent.
Prime mercantile paper, 4%?5% per
cent. Sterling Exchange firm, with
actual btiMfic.-s in bankers' Ijllls at
4.85 for demand and at 4.81%@4.Sl% for
sixty days. Posted rates. 4,82 and 4.80;
commercial bills, 4.80%4i4.Sl: silver cer?
tificates, 64 ?4065%; bar silver, 63%;
Mexican dollars. 50. Government bonds,
strong; State bonds, Inactive; railroad
BANK CLEARINGS FOR WEEK".
New York, Dec. 28.?Total bank clear?
ings at principal cities In the United
States for the wok ended yostoreday
were $1,786,322,0SC. an increase of 1?.9
per cent, over the corresponding week
last year. Total outside New York,
$007,936,975, or 4.5 per cent Increase.
,\K\V YORK PRODUCE MARKET.
New York, Dec. 28.?Four, steadier
with wheat, but not more aotlv?
buyers still laejc contldent'c. Itye Plour,
firm, Buckwheat Flour, steady. Buck?
wheat, dull. Corn Meal, ijui. ;. Ry<
dull: No. 2 Western, 50o. f. o, b., afloat.
Barley, nominal. P.nrley M It. dull.
Wheat, spot firm: No. 2 red. V:ic. f. o.
b.', (afloat. Corn, spot steady; No. 2.
45%o., elevator; Oats, spot steady; No.
2. 28o. Beef, steady. CT tit Meats, dull.
Lard, steady: Western steamed, ?7.2?.
Refined, firm; Continent, S7.4?; S. A.,
$8.00; compound, G%@6c. Pork. dull.
Butler, steady;, creamery, l!)<0>25c.; fac?
tory. H%ttfl6c. Cheese, llrm: funcy,
largo fall made, ll%c<<ll%c; fancy,
smull fall made, ll?;^il2c. Kggs, quiet;
Slate and Pennsylvania, 240260. j AVost
erh. 19?22%.c. Sugar, steady; fair re?
fining, 3%c; centrifugal 00 test, 4%t\;
molasses sugar, 3%C. Refined, quiet.
Coffee, Rio steady; No. 7 invoice. 6%c
Mild, market quiet; Cordova, 9%?HV4c
COTTON SEED OIL.
New York, Uee. 28.?Cotton seed oil
easier again, with eajes at lower prices,
principally for local account. Prime
crude barrels, 26c; prime summer yel?
low. 28%c; off summer yellow, 28c;
prime white, 33%<?r34%c.; prime winter
yellow, 36?36%C. Prime meal, $24.50.
1 RUGK MftKKET.
Now York. Dec. 2v?Potatoes, quiet;
Jerseys, Sl.0001.37%: Now York, $L255f
1.02Vi; Long Island, $1.6001.75; Jersey,
BALTIMORE CHAIN MARKET.
Baltimore, Md., Dee. 28.?Flour, dull
and unchanged. Wheat, firmer; spot
and December, 72%cfj72%c; January,
72^4072%c; May. 77?77V4c; Southern,
by sample. 63073c. Corn, easier; spot,
old, 12%<a 42%c.; .new, 41%c; Decem
ber. new or old. 11 %'ri 4l%c.: January,
?11 <:/?/'ll%c: February, 41%?41%c.;
March, 41%?41%c; Souhern white
corn. 42043c. Oats, firmer; No. 2 white,
31 Vic; No. 2 mixed, 29c.
Wheat Corn, Oats, Provisions,
Lard, ShortRibs. &c.
Chicago, Dec. 28.?Firm cables, light?
er receipts and a reduction in Argen?
tine shipments caused a rtilly in wheat
today. May closed Vic. over yesterday.
.May corn (dosed unchanged and May
oalts %c. higher. Provisions at the
close were 2%01Oc. better In price.
The lending futures ranged as follows:
Open. High. Low. Clos.
Wheat No. 2?
Dec. 63% 70% C!l% 70%
Jan. 7"% 70% 00% 70%
May . 72% 73% 72% 73%
Corn No, 2?
Dec. 30% 30% 30% S0%
Jan. 86% 86% oti 86%
May . 3t'% 20% 10 3li%
Oats No. 2?
Dec. 21% 21% 21% 21%
Jan. 21% 21% 21% 21%
?M.i) ..... rrrrr.?23% 24 23% 23%
Mess Pork, per bbl.?
Jan.12.07% 12.20 1 2.07% 12.20
May .12.15 12.25 12.15 12.22%
Lard, per 100 lbs.?
Dec.C.S7% C.S7% O0 G.S2%
Jan. 0.70 6.77% li.70 0.77%
May .6.87% 0.92% G.S7% C.C'2%
Short Ribs, per lew lbs.?
Jan.0.22'," 0.30 6.22% G.30
May . 0.35 6.40 6.35 0.40
Wilmington, N. C. Dec. 2S.?Turpen?
tine nothing doing. Rosin firm at Jl.20.tP
1.26. Crude turpentine dull at $1.300
2.30. 'Par steady at 31.30.
Charleston, S. C, Dec 2S.?Turpen?
tine market llrm at 35c Rosin llrm
Savannah, tin., Dec. 2S.?Spirits tur?
pentine firm at 36%c. Rosin firm and
The Cotton Markets.
NEW YORE COTTON MARKET.
New York, Dec 28.?Quite general
buying <>f the near positions and ab?
sence of support in the late cotton
months with selling pressure from
abroad caused a widening of the parity
between these respective options in to?
day's mnrket. Taken as a whole spec?
ulation wns feeble. So far as Invest?
ment business was concerned very lit?
tle was, done. Room traders were han?
dicapped by conflicting reports in cir?
culation concerning 'the long and short
Interests In the January option, now
the center of attraction. On the open?
ing the market was quiet with prices 1
to 4 points lower under light room and
some foreign selling, all bused upon the
easier turn of the Liverpool market
and under more liberal showing of re?
ceipts. Soon after ihe call near month
Shorts took t'right on rumors that Jan?
uary was to be forced considerably
higher. The claim Ihait 20.000 bales
Dec, aiber notices had been Issued and
eagerly gathered In by export and spot
cotton houses helped to give the mar?
ket a steadier undertone. Prices read
ll.. responded to the change In the feel?
ing and as Liverpool quickly rallied to
conform with our firmness a subslan
t a I net rise was soon recorded. Jan
uttry climbed to :).C2 and December was
?-m?.. :i l.i m, r.?Ern'ope. noid tie. fi t'
months as a hedge against large hold?
ings in the winter positions, with the
result that Ihe Options tapered off slow?
ly. Early afternoon developments
were discouraging, large estimates for
tomorrow's receipts leading to selling.
December and January shorts were
restless, however, and covered on all
the easier periods. The close was quiet,
with prices 4 points lower to 8 points
New York, Dec. 2S.?Spot cotton clos?
ed dull; middling uplands. 10 5-16; mld
dllrig gulf. 10 9-16; .-ales. none.
New York. Dec, 2S.?Cotton opened
quiet; December, 10.02; January, 0.62;
February. '.'..;..: March, 0.31; April,
?. May. 9.27: June, 9.25; July. 9.21;
Augu ', 93; September, 8.37; October,
Closed quiet: December, 10.13; Jan?
uary, 0.66; February, 9.3S: March, 9.37;
April. 9.29; May, 9.28; June, 9.25; July,
9.19; August, Si93; September, 8.37; Oc?
New York, Dec. 2S.?The following
ore the total net receipts of cotton at
all ports- since September 1, 1900:
Golveston, 1,214,472 bales; New Or
I ins, 1,475,366: Mobile. 101 ir; Savan?
nah, 681.94S; Charleston, 181,808: Wil?
mington, 21.0,126; Norfolk, 259.M0; Bal?
timore, 26,958; New York. 53,639; Bos?
ton, 111,548; Newport News, 16,908;
Philadelphia, 10,733; West Point. Yd.,
--; Brunswick, 12.400; Port Arthur,
1,500; Pcnsacoia, 57,178. Tolnl, 4,452,
NEW ORLEANS COTTON MARKET.
N, w Orleans, Dec. 2s.?Cotton futures
do i <iuiet- ai: l steady; December, j
9.30 bid; January, 9.2709.29; February,
9.26< 9.28; March, 9.2600.26; April, 9.23?
9.2".: May. 9.2109.22; June, D.1909.21;
LIVERPOOL COTTON MARKET.
Liverpool, Dec. 2S, 4 p. m.?Cotton?
Spbl i limited demand; prices 1 J.l
lower; middling, 5 15-32(1.
The sales Of the day were 6,000 bales,
of which ,500 were for speculation and
export, and Included 5,100 American.
Receipts 12,000 bales, including 11.000
Futures opened quiet and closed
r.tcady. American middling: Decem?
ber, 5 2ti-t;!<i Keller: December and
January, 5 22-64d buyer, January and
February. 6 ifl-tVid buyer; February
and March. 1,6-64(1 seller; Marc h and
April, 5 13-t'.ld buyer; April and May,
5 10-6406 H Id seli r; May and June.
5 8-r,4d Heller; June and July. 5 5-64*1
5 6-64d seller; July and August, 6 2-6-ld
buyer; August and September, 4 Dl-Gld
Norfolk Cot too Market.
Norfolk. Yo.. Pre. 2S, 1900.
Tono .null. Firm.
Ooo.l middling .' . 7 13-IG
Middling .7 7-1? 7%
Low middling .9 7 1-16 |
flood ordinary .Sfy G'-'i
Sales . 14 343
Receipts . 1,603 2.M1
Shipments . 3.607 1.240
Stock . 39.114- 43,423
RECEIPTS OK COTTON.
Thro. I*ocal. Total.
Seaboard Air Line _ 200 U33 5"5
Norfolk ?<fc Western ..50 ? SO
Norfolk .?i Southern .. :?"> 11 40
Norfolk & Carolina .. BIO XI 591
So?thern Railway .... 3vS 51 3G2
Total .1,103 1,103 1,W)2
GRAIN. KAY AND RICE.
CORN?Whlto corn, 50c.; mixed corn,
HAY?No. 1 Timothy, In carload Jots.
$17.00 per ton: No. 2 Tlmolhv. In carload
lots, |15 ?'">?' 16.00 per ton; No. 1 mlx6d hay.
In carload lots. $15.60 per ton.
OATS?Mixed oats. No. 2, 31c. from
store; mixed'oats, No. 3. i'Oc. fror., store;
white oats. No. 2. 32c. from store; white
oats. No. 4. 3tu. from store,
MRA N?Rrnu, per ton. $16.60917.00. sack?
ed; middling, per ton, $18.0(Vj$19<00, sacked;
ship stuff, per loh, $13..Wi 19.00, sacked.
MILLED hick-As to grades. 5'<.:Si;*ic.
ROUGH RICE-Nono on the market.
PEANUTS AND PEAS.
PEANUTS?Market steady; fancy. 2%c.;
strictly prim.-. 2V4C; prime, 2c; Spanish.
PEAS?Klaekyeye, $3.2;". per bag; black.
OOc; clay, tsic.; speckled, $6c.; whlppor
POt.'fjjrtY?KIvo. steady; chickens, old,
fat, 2;Vu2Sc: spring, 12020c; ducks, mud.
20c; turkeys, dressed, 10c. per pound;
EGOS?8tcady, nt 22e.
BUTTER?Good country. 12Q15C.
COUNTRY HAM.-'-Steady. SmlthfiMa.
fancy. 17ffilSc: Virginia i luntry, 14u;lCc.;
good North Carolina. 12>(M5c.
NORTHERN CABBAGE?$1.6091.75 per
l>N10NS-$2.0trfJ2.2S per bag.
POTATOES?Northern, $1.60 per bag.
APPLES. ? Northern apples, $2.5003.75
LEMONS?$2.50 per box.
Hananas Per buncb. coe fiH.'i.
COCOANKTS--100 to bag. $3.50fc>1.00.
ORANGES?Jamaica, $3,00 tier box.
GRAPES?Malaga, $1.50 to l?.OO per keg.
Kl.OCR?Mai !;el steady; spring wheat,
patent. $1.75; winter wheat, patent, $1.32>A;
winter wheat, half patent, 51 10; winter
wheat, choice straight. $3.95; winter
wheat, family, 33.s.>; winter wheat, fair to
good graues of extra. $3.6O?3.70; winter
wheat, super. $3.0003.25.
MEAL?Bolted meal, ?l 04 per bag 100-lb.
sacks; unbolt, d meal, 90c per bug loo-lb.
COFFEE?Steady; Java. 29031c.; La
guayra. 11/715c.; choice Rio, l2c; prime,
do. IR-'.c.: fair, do.. BW@10e.
ROASTED COFFEE?Arlosa, 100-lb
cases. $12.00; Arlosa, 60-1 b. cases. $12.10;
Arlosa. SB-lb. cases. $12.20; Lion. lou-lb.
cases. $11.00; Lion. 60-lb. cases, $11.10.
Thes? New York f. e. o. prices subject
to delivery conditions.
CHEESE?Snill full . ream, I3ci
SUGAR?Markot sb ady; Cubes or press?
ed blocks, loose in barn is, ' :. Powdered'
loose In barrels. 6.85; either, m half bar?
rels, additional per 100-Ibs.. . Granu?
latcd Standard. lOORO In barrels; 5 7.';
Granulated Fine, loose in barerls, 6.75;
Granulated Eine, loohe in 100-lb. sacks.
5.75: Granula.id 2-1 b. -and 6-lb. Rack .
poked In barrels, r>>*>; Granulac'd, J-:b.
and 5-lb. papers, packed In cases. ?j;
Yellow No. 8, very bright. 5.00: Yellow
No. 9. nearly as bright. 4.00; Yellow No.
10. very cood bright. 1.75; Yellow No 11
good bright, 4.Jo; Yellow No. 12. fulriy
BYltUPS AND MOLASSES - Markr>t
firmer at the advance; syrup, good tu
choice. 23324c: lower Krad.' syrup. 15jj>23c.;
molasses, l'orto HIco.
BULK MEATS-M.iritol higher; rib
sides. 7',-; bellies, Western heavy, 7',i; bil?
lies. Western light-weight, 8?SV4.
HAMS?Sugar cured. 12c.
DRY SALTED JOWLS?5%C;
HAM POP.K-N. w. $15.00.
M ESS PORK?$12 :.">
LARDrr-Pure butchers', In tierces, S'l-o.;
lb. tuba and 60-ib tins. V4a. more.
8A LT FISH.
HERRINO?New North Carolina cut.
ione: Eastern: barrels; JI.OO; Potomac
gross; i'-'.T": mullets. 80-lb. kegs, J| 25;
spots. 100-lb. k.-cs, $7.0068.00; mackerel,
good No. -. $20.60; white fish, new catch,
100-lb. kegs, $3.25; SO-lb. kegs, $2.76; 70-11).
MUSCOV2VKSD AT LASTS
A QUICK ANO SURE CURC roR
One Gives l&litf?cbUkci Sick People. Well.
N.? purging, pain or Inconvc deuce, clear the
complexion; increase the app< at?, tcue the entiie
system. A sine cure loir Repression of Spirits.
Nrrn ia.-ness and nil Stoma.'a. Liver and Dowel
Troubles. i.arc.-lioT.io CENTS, (IS Tablets)
My mail for iW< i-cenl Hani]
Snelling'fl Phnrmiicy. ITooert V Holmes
& Co., J. M. R Trotter, Virginia Phar?
macy. Wallace & Mooro, Norfolk; Wallace
& Co., Berkley; Jeromo P. Carr, Ports?
ON DEC. 1STH, AND FOR 10 DAYS
thereafter, D advertised In this space
to BUY BTOCItS. Everything h;>s ad?
vanced 3 to 10 points. Not too (At? now to
make money. Account:; of $io0 and up so?
S. K. DYER.
Columbia Building Both Phones 1024.
Members New York and Norfolk Cotton
Cotton, Stock. Grain and Provision
?5* BROKERS ?=?
Direct wires to New York and Chi. ago.
COR. MAIN AND COMMERCE STS.,
W I K > L, IC ??I^JB
Gry Goods and Notions
Special attention to mall orders.
80-84 COMMERCE ST.. NORFOLK, va.
42 KOH.NUisB DOCK
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEAL?
HAY, GRAIN, ST RAW
AND MILL IT-ED.
I.rjcs itock on hr.nA on.*, in transit
6ELECTKD SEED OA I 9 AND ?KF.ti
RYE IN STOCK.
NO. 1 T1MOTHT HA* AL'.VA f a ON
n0tt1h91 & wbehh co.,
Pine and Oak Wood.
Nut Coal, Stove Coal,
Egg Coal, Furnace Coal.
We have special facilities for supplying'
Pocahontas Steam Coal
Water for Tug Boats,
firnlBlns Companies. &c, at N. & W. -ly.
Co '?> cJty local pter.
NO. 1?6 MAIN ST.. NORFOLK. VA.
Po. Hell Telephone. 6? 111?23*.
bo. States Tcfeuhone. 16? 2&? Si
SAWED AND SPLIT
PQGHHQHTHS BTESFfl SfilL
The best Coal for grates.
|Geo. W. Taylor & Co.,
61 Granby St.. Norfolk. Va.
DOTII PHONES NO. 31.
Is around a cold Winter Is pre?
dicted?bolter lay In a pood supply. It
P n t pie;'; ant to wait n day or two for
coal in Hie middle of winter. If you
come to us that will never happen, be?
cause wo pride ourselves on our prompt
delivery. But you may not be one of our
patrons. We would like to have you of
course, and are sure that after one trial
you would never ro elsewhere.
Norfolk.Coal and !ce Co
S. B. HARRELL.
357 Water Street. Botli Plionc3 391
WHITE & CO.,
Real Estate Auctioneers
AND RENTAL. AGENTS.
31 HANK STREET.
Old Phone 1071. Now Phon* U&
,400 Olney Road.
39 York Place.
205 York street.
21 North St.
?31 Hank St.
110 W. Brambleton.
25 North St.
103 and 105 Lovltt.
433 Hamilton ave.
224 and 220 Lovltt
117 Glbbs nve.
66 N. Maltby.
1SB and 393 Bute.
747 \V. Brambleton.
416 E. Main
Lots (or sale.
WE HAVE GOT IT!
A FINE LOT OF
DRY SLAB WOOD!
Nice Clean Slab Wood?has not been In
Salt Water; will not hurt your stove.
Also Cood PINE and OAK WOOD.
CHftS. E. SCOTT & CO..
2U0 LOVITT AVENUE.
Old Phone 621. New Phone 1126.
Arc you building ? If so,
you will need ....
Grates, Tiies, &x.
Visit our show roomn and soo tho
latest designs, or maybe you want
an cBtlmato on
Doors, Windows and
IV? make th??so and yon don't
have to wait. Patronise HOME IN?
-WHITE HARDWIRE CO.
309 MAIN ST.. N0RF0L!(,VA
GfiMftGE, & WftLLM
12-18 PLUME ST.
Fine Front and ornamental
m popular shades, in sto:'<,
?- RED, QUAY, OUFI' ami TEUR*
I'ceuru, Excelator. CoiurlAo. l.urio;
BLoJa? tn Standard Colora.
HAVE YOU Sore Throat, Pimples, Cop?
per-colored Spots, Aches, Old Sores, Ul?
cers in Mouth, Hair Fulling? Write
COOK REMEDY CO., 1677 MASONIC
TEMPLE, Chicago, nr., ror proofs of
cures. Capital J.'.HO.OOU. We solicit tiio
most obstinate cases. We have cured tho
worst cases in 15 to 25 days. lUO-pucu
R04D.H!7TEt**> BAGGAGt CHECKS
BRASS CHECKS PTAU DESCRIP
HONS. SEAIS.BADGES.STENCIL "?
XT**" [?]STaHP INKS.PAOS, DATERS. ETC
DAIRYMEN ! CATTLE FEEDERS S
$SO.GO is offered by the undersigned to anyone who can
show from actual test of any beltc tattle- feed ? ??
in the world than
COTTON SEED MEAL ?HflD HULLS.
Cotton Oil and Fibre Co.,
For sale by all dealers._NORFOLK, VA.
ABBOTT MORRIS. W. AV. MARSHA[,!,.
Stocks, Bonds, Insurance and ail Classes of Realty.
HOMES BUILT ON, AND S.0LD ON EASY TERMS.
Several Good Bargains in City Real Estate.
PHONE 884. OFFICE, 158s PLUME STREET.
"FRANK T. CLARK"C07^(L7td!r
(SUCCESSORS TO COO KU, CLARKE CO.)
Sash, Doors, Blinds, Builders' Hardware, Polished Ph(e and
Window Glass, Paints, Oils,
87 Roanoke Avenue. 84 Commercial Place.
_XQKFOJ^K, VIRGINIA,_ _
BATCH ELD ER & COLLI NS
141 to 145 WATER STREET.
- DEALERS IN
Sewer Pipe, Cemsnt, Brick, Lime,
WALL PLASTER, SHINGLES, LATHS.
CAR AND CARGO LOTS A SPECIALTY.
PHONE 101 NORFOLK, ,VA.
A17CTIOV SA Ii IK!? THJH DAY.
W. J. Jlatstead. General Aticttonoer. 4J
and 44 Washington St., Opposite City
? Marke t. H, lt. Morris, Crlor.
TT ATtOK SALB OF FINE FURNITURE
Jj at our Auction Houso THIS (Satur?
day) MORNING nt 1? o'clock, cun.dsUny
In Part Kino Bedroom Suits, Parlor Suits,
Childs' Cribs, Sewing Machines. Side?
boards, Chairs, Rockers, Iron Bedsteads.
Mattresses. Springs, Extension and Lcai
Tables, Cooking and Heating Stoves,
Toilet Sets. Drugges, Rugs, Bed Lounges,
Pianos, Blankets, White Spreads, Pilluwa,
Overcoats, Dresu Coats, etc., etc.
W. J. HALTEAD,
K. R. MORRIS, Crier._It*
BYRD & BALDWIN BROS.
RENTAL AGENTS. HADD1NGTON
BUILDING, tf> GRAN BY STREET.
DWELLINGS. 30 Mariner St.. 7.150
J |43ti Highland.... 6.00
Clark street.... 8.00 S00 Gr?nby St.. 8.00
Clark street.... 8.00,31 Church SC..4.M
\1 Cecelia ave.. 0.5U
038 Main St. 41.07 OFFICES.
bis Main St.20.00
1G0 Bermuda .. 12.5ocity Hall ave
?or. of Grnnby and
719 Church St...11.60
721 Church St...11.50
125 Falkland.... 13.50
23 North St.20.00
25 North St. 20.00
One new house on
Holt Street Ext.
ROOMS & FLATS
729 Church Bt...84.W
114 Falkland St. CDU
West Building, cor
Main and Church.
2nd Floor, Flat
145 Bute St.?15.00
U7 Bute St.15.00
0 Nlvlson St.. 26.00
101 Walke St... .$14.6? fool of York and
T. F. ROGERS,
ROOMB 209, 210. ZU COLUMBIA HUM.D.
1NG, GRANBY STREET.
19 Charlotte Street.
Offices vJranby, Commcrco and Bank
Oillces In the Tazewell Building.
!>i Brewer street.
bhop over 11 and 13 Plumo street,
2li9 Watr;r street.
No ?7fi l.utn street.
Warehouse H9 and 171 Water streot
122 Pool strlot.
241 Olney Road.
Fla i si i Iranby street.
4!>7 Main street.
Thr< u apurtmcnta In tho Taz?woU
5 Cumberland street.
32 North street.
43"> Hamilton avenue.
33 Arlington Place.
464 Hamilton Avenue.
Vi York Place._
? Cutidjerlar.il stret.
No. 330 Qraynon uvenuo.
No. 423 Duncan nvenuo.
Four brick houses on St. Paul street.
C7U Hute street.
151 St. Paul street.
b dwelling* In tho Mottu Block, Ghent.
Three new houses, 212, 214 and 216 Av>
duo A. Atlantic City?a bargain.
Htora und dwelling and good buslnota,
Mm an avenue.
One house on Scott street.
Vacant lots In all part, of the city.
Valuable water front In Braiobleton. ad
Joining N. & W. R. R. Co.
Nob. CS and 70 Pool m eet.
2W Gran by .treet.
US Bute street.
109 and 111 Brown avenue.
43 Queen street.
314 Bank atroot. ,
IU9 HlKh nlr.ot.
C01 Park uvenuo.
100 Rut* .treat.
75 York street.
422 and 424 Highland avenu*,
Dwelling 294 Huto street.
A RARE OPPORTUNITY.
A large brick bulldlnn. with holler an4
engine, in good condition, suitable for
manufacturing purposes and conveniently
located on the Lambert's Point rallroud.
just outsldo the city limits, for rent at
For particulars call on
H. C. Williams & Son.
ROOM NO. a, TALBOI BUIL 0IN3, 17} MAI? H
S. S. PHONE con
313 Wllloughby avenue, 7 rooms and
C12 Jameson avenue, ? rooms and
hath . 10.50
Ho W. Brambleton avenue, 11 rooms
450 Hamilton avenue, 9 rooms and
"5" and 0 OmVj"?Htta+b 0-rrtama_arjd_
3 rooms 272 chapel street. 7.00
:i rooms 271 Chapel street. 7.0J
3 rooms 270 Chapel street. 0.00
7 rooms corner of Hamilton and
3 rooms IS Cornlck street. 7.50
One farm near city, of GO acres.
One farm near City, of 35 acres.
Property for sale In and around the city.
MONEY TO LOAN.
H. C. HOGGARD & C0.v
Phono 749 SO Bank St.
wTh. h. trice & co.,
Real Estate and Rental Aqents,
COR. liAMi AND PLUME STREETS;
'I'll ON ES 665.
RESIDENCES POK RENT,
ars c,r.mi.v stretc, small flat, with
21S Cumberland street.25. M)
uoi la. wer street.25.00
ISO Bermuda street. lo.oo
26 North street.IS.00
OS Wood street.13.IU
242 Onley Ro.id.40.00
110 W. Brambleton avenue.25,00
.r.;(7 Oranby street.IfcW
Nice Office 272 Main street.lO.m)
192 Church street.83.33
287 Church street. 25.00
190 Church street.
19 Charlotte .street, store and dwell
r?". Fenchurch street. 8.00
270 Water street.I.o.c?
Small store near Market. 15.00
72 Queen St. .storo and room above.. 26.00
2K9 Church street.25.00
291 Church street.-.25.00
NONE "BETTER I
For grates, Toms Creok; clean,
bright, economical. \.
FOR STOVES iX/
Best Pennsylvania Antbra\ t
Coal. i \V? *
-FOR? .. ^
Marine and Manufacturing
and Locomotive Uses.