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S^W'tok^ MONEY MARKET.
vEW YORK. Dec. 27.?Money on call
steady at 2U@V4 per cent.: last loan,
2% per cent.; prime mercantile paper,
3%: sterling exchange, dull and eas?
ier,' with actual business in bankers'
bi?s at 4.S4V?@Vi for demand, and at
4.ii%@4.S2 for sixty days: posted rates,
4i2%@4.S5; commercial bills. 4.S1: bar
silver, 59%: silver certilicates, 59%@60%;
ilesican dollars, 46%: government
bonds, firmer; State bonds, strong:
/railroad bonds, strong.
NEW YORK STOCK MARKET.
NEW YORK, Dec. 27.?Stocks were
strong and higher today with business
well distributed. The improvement in
railroad quotations from 1 to 2 points
generally and even greater in the spe?
cialties. Shifting of speculative ac?
counts and profit-taking were at times
responsible for fluctuations downward,
but the tone throughout was confident.
Among the many reasons to account for
this were favorable traffic statements
for the third week in December, espe?
cially St. Paul, where the gross increase
tos over $175,000. Saturday's good bank
statement and continued ease in the
money market. Moreover the advance
in Americans in London had a stimulat?
ing effect though in the latter there was
moderate selling in that quarter in ad?
vance here. There was a continuation
of the tendency to discount January
?dividend disbursements, larger pro?
portion of which will remain in this
country than hitherto, because the ab?
sorption of large blocks of internation?
als formerly owned abroad. The
grangers were more largely traded in
than of late at advancing prices. Rock
Island making an extreme advance of
three points; St. Paul. 1%, Burlington
1% and the others a point each. Or?
ders to buy accumulated over the holi?
days caused a wide opening in Ameri?
can stocks. American steel and wire
stocks rose about eight points each, and
retained the greater part of the ad?
vance. Federal steel, also B. & O. com?
mon and preferred was up over two
points and eased off somewhat. Peo?
ple's Gas and Brooklyn Transit were
very strong, the latter on the theory
that there would be an announcement
in January of the consolidation of com?
peting lines. Sugar Refining was an
exception to the general strength be?
cause of the reported complications in
the trade due to sales direct to the re?
tailers by the independent companies,
and a reduction in the price of the re?
fined article. The stock lost about three
points at the opening: rallied slightly
and closed a little above the lowest.
Several of the minor industrial special?
ties" displayed strength especially leath?
er preferred and lef^l. Other stocks
whose advances attracted attention
were Norfolk and Western: Pittsburg,
C. C. C. and St. L., the Pacifies, Met?
ropolitan Street Railway and Bay State
Gas. The closing was strong, slightly
under the best, aggregating transac?
tions having reached nearly a million
and establishing the largest total for the
year.
? al sales of stocks today were 951,
- 50 ..bares.
ding stocks closed as follows:
.' ieon. If 5
Ra more & Ohio. ti'.>{
i !? :..da Pacific. (r'5
? da Southern. 50f
*,nesapeake & Ohio. 2?i
Chicago <fc Alton. 169A
Chicago, Burlington & Quincy . 124$
C. C. C. & St. I. 41
do do pret'd. !Ki
Delaware & Hudson. 104
Delaware, Luck. & VV. 14?
Erie (new). 1-1}
Fort Wayne. 170
Great Northern pref'd. l???
Il?nois Central.ex div 1145
Lake Shore . 2014
Louisville & Nashville. M'i
Manhattan L. !??$
Michigan Central. ill
Missouri Paciiic. 45J
Mobne&Ohio. 31
New Jersey Central. 03
New York" Central. 123;
Norfolk & Western. !8
Northern Pacific. 43?
do pref'd.77J
Pittsburg. . 17a
' Reading:. 191
Rock Island. 114J.
St. Paul. nuj
do pref'd. . lfi".-*
Southern Pacific. 1-3
Southern Railway. 103
do pref'd. 42?
Texas & Pacific. 19J
I'luon Pac'?e prot'd,. 4'-;^
Adams Exuress. 108
American Express. 144
United States Kxpress. 52
Wells Farao Express. Iv9
American Tobacco. 142
do pref'd . 12'J
People's Gas. ill i
Consolidated Gas. 1!M>
General Electric. S)5i
Pacific Mail. 4'$
Pailinan Palae?.e* div 150
bilver Certilicates. D.'i
Sugar . i23i
do pret'd . 111 g
Tennessee Coal & lion. 3a
Wester;; Union. 02J
Chicago Northwestern. 140}
do pref'd. 3 85
Chicago Great "Western. 15
BALTIMORE PRODUCE MARKET.
BALTIMORE, Dec. 27.?Flour?Quiet;
Western super. [email protected].
Wheat?Strong; spot and month, 75%
@<76; January, 74%!!%; southern by
sample, 71<g751/i.
Corn?Strong; December, new or old,
i2%<g<1/-; January, 42%@%; February,
42%<tt%; southern white and yellow
corn, 3S%@42%.
Oats?Firm: No. 2 white, 25@%.
Rye?Firmer; No. 2 nearby, 59; No. 2
western, 61.
Sugar?Strong.
Butter?Steady; fancy creamery, 22@
23.
Eggs?Firm: fresh, 25c per dozen.
Cheese?Steady; fancy New York
CO; large, lift1/,.
[email protected] per bushel box.
[email protected] per gallon for
finished goods in car loads; 1.31@132
per gallon for jobbing lots.
COTTON FUTURES.
NEW YORK, Dec. 27.?Cotton futures
opened quiet and steady. December,
5.40; January, 5.41; February, 5.42;
March, 5.47; April. 5.51; May, 5.55; June,
5.57; July, 5.61; August, 5.64; September,
5.69; October, 5.61.
Closing?Futures steady. December,
5.43; January, 5.44: February, 5.46;
March. 5.49; April, 5.52; May, 5.56; June,
5.59; July. 5.62; August. 5.65; September,
5.60; October, 5.60; November, 5.60.
Spot closed steady and unchanged,
i Sales, 1,636 bales.
CHICAGO PRODUCE MARKET.
CHICAGO. Dec. 27.?Grain and pro?
visions enjoyed a boom today and sharp
advances. were .secured all around. It
was more a result of increased trade
than of news, outsiders being prominent
in all markets. Wheat advances 1%
and corn about the same: oats added
-?>4c to the previous price, while provis?
ions closed 15 to 35c higher.
Leading futures closed as follows:
WHEAT? Open Hitrh Dow Close
Dee OGi GO;1 GO
May 07} 07* 07? G7if
July 05} (>">i CO? 05
CORN?
Dee 84f 34g 341 34 s
May 85? Sir. 4 35 i 854
July 35530} '6\\ 85}
OATS
Dee 2<U 201 ?0 20
May 21} ?04 21? 21'}
PORK
Dec 9.40 9 45 8.374 5 40
Jan 0.724 0.70 9.05 9.07i
LARD?
Dec ?.121 5.15 5.10 4.17
Jau 5.87i 5.37J 5.324 5.35
R IBS
Jan 4.05 4.074 4.G2A 4.G2J
Dee 4.85 4.85 ? 4.80~ 4 Sil
Cash quotations were as follows:
flour steady; No. spring wheat
l>><i?'J64; No. 2 red, 70; No. ?.
coro, Sei: No. 2 oats, L0'i@27; No
J white, 260293: N.o. 3 while, 58
?CO; rye. 54@4; No 2 barley, 40@47;
1X0. 1 flax seed. 104j@110; prime
limotbv sweiJ. 2.30; luce--; pork per
barrel 8 [email protected]; lard, per 100 pounds,
5.30@5 4.4; short ribs sides, loose,
4.8>@5.10; dry salted sh< ulderE'
bo ed, 4j@j!: short clear "ides,
loose. 4 10@5 15; whiskey, distillers1
(iaisbed goods, per gallon. 120; No. 2
yellow corn, 38}. 1
Work of the Orcoii liyml Monster, i
(By Telegraph.) J
DULUTH, MINN., Dec. 27.?Urs. W. j
L. Borgland today shot and killed Peter I
Hanson, a tailor, and then cut her own I
throat but wajs not effective in her own
case and will probably recover. Mrs.
Borgland is a widow forty years of age.
She kept a number of boarders, among
whom is Hanson, who is her cousin. He
is thirty years old and ten years her
junior. The widow was wildly in love
with him. Hanson paid attentions to
her. but later has been devoted to a
younger and fairer woman.
Horrible Suicide.
(By Telegraph.)
CHICAGO. Dee. 27.?Louis Slick, of
1904 North Marshfield avenue, chose a
unique and horrible method today to
end his life. He lifted a lid from a
stove and held his head against the
glowing coals until he burned so se?
verely that he was rendered uncon?
scious. He was found a few minutes
later by his wife and eight hours later
he died without regaining conscious?
ness.. Slick was fiS years old and was
formerly a harness maker.
What Sfco Would Want.
"And when we are married," said Iis
beautiful young girl to whom the aged
millionaire had just proposed, "will you
give me everything I want?"
"Everything, my charmer," replied
the old man in .an ecstasy of delight at
this intimation that she would surren?
der; "everything that you can ask."
"If I could believe you," she said,
doubtfully, "I would not hesitate a min?
ute,"
"Why should you doubt me?" he
asked.
"Oh, because of the chri-acter of the
request I would make," she answered.
"You mean well, but I'm afraid you
might back out. You see, the first thing
I should ask after marriage would be
for a divorce and alimony."?Chicago
Post.
Two Babies.
Mrs. Nevroia?Oh, I wish you could
see Mrs. Winkler's baby. It's perfectlj'
lovely! Such a delicate, sweet littla
creature as it is! It's a perfect little
cherub, with the loveliest eyes, the
sweetest little mouth, the cunningest
little nose, and eyes of heavenly blue.
It looks as if It just dropped from Heav?
en and every tiny feature had been
fushioned by the angels.
I Mr. Ncwrna?Is it as nice as our baby?
Mrs. Newma?Mercy! no, not half.?
V. Y. Weekly.
Animal Keeper?Take care, youns
lady, the old ape is treacherous.
Elderly Gentleman?Your insolence
shall be reported. How dare you insult
me??Meggendorfcr's Blaetter.
Evidence of the Truth.
; Hicks?Bowers has been telling me
?ome of his war experiences,
j Wicks?And I suppose you believe al!
bis yarns.
Hicks?Oh, yes; they were so uninter
i esting I'm sure they must be true.?
; Boston Transcript.
Coiaine: and Co'lag.
j Mrs. 'Crimsonbeak?There's been a
iteady stream of men going into that
; saloon nearly all day long.
Mr. Crimson beak?I don't suppose it
I was a very steady string coming out.?
j Yonkers Statesman.
3 40pm.
lRpml l? HOpm
5 Upm
7 OSpm
S 57pm
9 ??pm
2 4 Sam
4 22am
6 2Sam
rp HB NORFOLK & WASHING
JL TON STEAMBOAT COMPANY
Tis** New and Powerful Iron Falaca
Steamers Newport Newa, Washingtor
and' Norfolk Till leave dally as fol?
lows:
NORTH BOUND.
Steamers leave Portsmouth, foot
of North street at.5:00 p. :
Leave Norfolk, foot of Mathewe
street at . 5:45 p. m.
Leave Old Point at. 6:45 p. ra
Arrive Washington at . 7:00 a. m
B. &. O. R. R. PENN, R. R.
Lv. Washington at.. 8:00 a ni..8:00 air
Ar. Philadelphia at. 11:00 a m.10:50 a rr.
Ar. New York at.. .. 1:25 p m..2:15 p m
South bound, B. & O. R, R. Penn. R. R
Lv. New York at_ll:3v> a m..l:00 p rr
Lv. Philadelphia at. 1:33 p m..3:18 p rr
Ar. in Washington .. 4:30 p m..?:18 p re
Steamers leave Washington at 8:30 p xr
Arrive Fortress Monroe at.... 7:00 a rr
Arrive Norfolk at . 8:00 a xr.
Arrive at Portsmouth at.8:30? ir
The trip down the historic Potomac
river and Chesapeake Bajr oh the ele?
gant steamers of this company is un?
surpassed. The steamers are compar?
atively new, having been built in 1831
and are fitted up in the most luxuri?
ant manner, with electric lights, cai
bell, and steam heat in each room
The tables are suDDlied with every de
licacy of the. season from the market
of Washington and Norfolk.
For further Information apply to
D. J. CALLAHAN, Agent
Wnr*nlV TT?
C1HESAPEAKE & OHIO RAILWAY
J FOR RICHMOND. WASHING?
TON, CINCINNATI, LOUISVILLE
CHICAGO, ST. LOTUS, &C.
Schedule in Effect Nov. 13. 1S9S.
WESTBOUND^ I No. 1 f No. 3"
Lv. Newport News ...j 9 15amj 4 35pm
Ar Richmond .| 11 30am| 6 50pm
Lv. Richmond .|*12 ??n'hj
Ar. Washington ..
Lv. Richmond _
Ar. Charlottesville
Ar. Staunton .
Ar. Clifton Forge
Ar. Va. Hot Spring
Ar. White Sulphur
Ar. Cir^innati .I TSSamj 515pm
Ar. Louisville .lilOOaml S 00pm
Ar. Chicago .| 5 30prnj 7 15am
Ar. St. Louis .I 6 5Rpm| 7.10am
"Dai.'y except Sunday, other tune
daily
No. 1 Cincinnati Express daily.
Parlor Car Old Point to Richmond and
Pullmans Richmond to Cincinnati.
Louisville and St. Louis.
No.3 with Pullman daily Old Point to
Hinton, Cincinnati and Louisville.
Meals served o.i dining cars on Nos.
1 and3 '.vest of Gordonsville.
~ FOR NORFOLK/ | No. 2 | 'No. 4
_I daily. | daily.
Lv. Newport News ....]1115amj 6 05pin
Ar. Norfolk .112 15pm j 7 05pm
Ar. Portsmouth .|l2 40pm | 7 30prn
Steamer Louise leaves Portsmouth
daily 7 40 a. rn. and'3 00 p. m. Leaves
Norfolk 8 10 a. m. and 3 30 p. m for New?
port News.
For tickets and other information ap?
ply to E. W. ROBINSON, Ticket Agent.
Newport News.
JOHN D. POTTS,
Asst. Gen. Passenger Agt..
_ ^ _Richmond. Va. _
rHE STEAMER S. A. M' CALL
will leave Newport News with
both freight and passengers for Peters?
burg every Monday, Wednesday and
Friday about 7:15 A. M., and will leave
Newport News for Norfolk every Tues?
day, Thursday and Saturday about 3:30
P. M.
Will leave Norfolk every Monday,
Wednesday and Fridav at 6:00 A. M.
sharp._J. W. PHILLIPS.
MERCHANTS & MINERS TRANS?
PORTATION CO.'S STEAM SHI F
LINES FOR BOSTON, PROVIDENCE
and BALTIMORE.
Leave Newport News, via Norfolk fo?
Poston every Monday.Wednesday anc"
Friday. Leaves for Providence every
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, sail
ins- from Norfolk at 6 P. M.
Leave Newport News for Baitimor?
daily, Tuesdays excepted, at 5 P. M..
connecting for Washington, Philadel?
phia and New York.
Steamer sailing Oct. 14, 23. Nov. 2. 1L
20, 30. Dec. D, IS, 2S does not carry pas?
sengers.
Fare to Baltimore, one way, $3: round
! trip; J5, including stats^room berth. Ac?
commodations and cuisine un?
equalled. Freight and passengen
taken for all points north and south
For further information apply to
L. C. SAUKDEH.fi. Agent
Newport Newa, Va
W. P. TURNER, G. P. A.
J. C. WHITNEY, T. M.
/->?ner-fii ->ffioo Pqltimwp ?
LI) DOMINION " STEAMSHIP
COMPANY.
Daily Service Between New York and
Virginia Points.
The elegant steamships Jamestown.
Guyandotte. Princess Anne and Old
Dominion leave New York every day,
except Sunday, at 3 P. M., for Norfolk
and Newport News, touching at Fort
Monroe on the Southern trip. Ships
leave Norfolk for New York direct
every day at 6:00 P. M. Ship leaving
Tuesday carries freight only.
A short, delightful and invigorating
sea voyage.
FARE:
First-class, straight, including
meals and berth.$ 8.00
Round trip, first-class, including
meals and berth. 13.00
Steer*ge. without subsistence. 4.50
STEAMER LURAY arrives from
Smithfleld and leaves for Norfolk daily,
except Sunday, at 9 A. M. Return?
ing leaves Norfolk from Bay Line
wharf, every day, except Sunday, at 3
P. M.
All business between New York and
Newport News transacted at Pier 6.
All business between Newport News,
Norfolk. Smithfield and local points
transacted at Pier A, foot Twenty-fifth
street.
_CROWELL, Agent.
1 RICHMOND,
V.. BOOT AND SHOE MAKER.
REPAIR WORK a SPECIALTY.
2S09 Washington avenue.
Some of the f
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city $
PROPERTY f
FOR SALE f
MERE. f
Our Long f
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Knowledge of Realty f
Values enables us to in= f
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v hat to buy and " i
where to buy. I
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Established 1893. |
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I Bric=a=brac. I
q Beautiful .articles of *
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q shapes in the newly im- ~|
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|i Doulton tobaccojars and
? vases. Articles in Lim
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^ A fine line of ladies' k\
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fill!
A Happy New Year for 1899
will be enjoyed when Beauty passes the
cheering bumper of good old Southern
egg-nog or warming punch, when made
from our velvety, pure anr high grade
v-biskey, when on your round of New
Year's calls.
"Fill the bumper fair!
Every drop we sprinkle :
O'er the brow of care
Smooths away a wrinkle."
&. J, MAGKJS& '
Cold Wave
And why prepare for it by hav?
ing your winter suit dyed or cleaned,or
both for that matter, as prices are so
low you can well afford to have it done.
I make old clothes look like new ones.
Try me and be convinced. You'll be
glad of it.
W r&iEDBBRG
PHONE 219.
221 27 th street!
Wilmift.-'a '"Id Ftnn.i
M1U: from healthy cows. Stab'es ar
clean as a house and alwys open to in
"'"j. F. LANGSLOW,
Newport News, Virginia.
Be La Salle Institute
Hampton Roads. Grand Boulevard
and De La Salle Ave. For young men
and boys. Commercial, Scientific and
Literary. Also Military Tactics. Half
car fare from Newport Xews to La
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institute. oc2-Sm.
Dr. r. Lee romdsod,!
Dtz?~y s
Washington avenue and Twenty-eighth street, over Ideal Pharmacy.
Office Hours, 9 A. M*. to 5 P. M. Sundays 9 A. M. to 12 M.
Open Evenings 7 to S.
VITALIZED AIR FOR PAINLESS EXTRACTING.
GOOD SET.rnCTH .5 DOLLARS
BEST SET. g ff j H .8 DOLLARS
PARTIAL SETS .I ?-It/ 1 t I.IN PROPORTION
No charge for extracting when teeth are ordered.
Extracting .25c
rainless extracting with local anasthetle.50c
Silver filling.50c. Up
Gold .. $1.00 up.
Teeth Cleaned. 75c.
Bridge work and crowns. 22 karat sold, $5 per tooth.
ALL WORK GUARANTEED.
SX?&Hfcifcfit* 1cA^rAa:irlY^-te-Jir?rt! ??4r****** .
We never before showed so many pretty Illings 4
at sucli small prices. We need not remind you that *
useful articles are most appreciated. Fancy Parlor ^
Tables. Pretty Rockers, Lamps, Pictures, China Sets, \
China Closets, Chiffoniers, Couches, Mirrors, Desks, ?
Sideboards, Suits of Furniture, Parlor Suits. Our ^
terms aae most liberal. We can accommodate you. ?
Our prices are lower than any competition can reach. ^
We only handle goods of undoubted quality. <
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COMPANY,
T$t ? Universal House Fur ri ishers,
248 Twenty-dgthth- Street
Thank all of their numerous customers
for their liberal patronage and trust to deserve their
confidence in the future. Wishing all a Merry
Christmas and a Happy New Year, we remain re?
spectfully at your service,
Watchmakers and dcwelers,
2819 Wcsiiinqton fivenus, BGlwcjn 28th an J 29th S irret
Jjl^li^Fmo repairinga Specialty.
be acquired in no other way. Better be
trades and master of none. Eyes exam
OFFICE HOURS:
I
T;
Having completed a scientific and
practical study of the eye at the Phil?
adelphia College of
HOROLOGY AND OPTICS,
I am now prepared to fit the public with
glasses by all the latest and most im?
proved methods known to the art.
I belong to an up-to-date class of Op?
tical men who believe that it is impos?
sible for one man to know it all and ad?
vocate the proportioning of different
branches of science among those who
are willing to devote themselves
solely to their respective specially.
This means a thoroughness which can
master of one thing than jack of all
ined free.
- - - 9 to 12 A. M. 1 to -1 P. M.
MO- 136 TWENTY-SIXTH STREET
Albany Dental
Liyxuj
Ho. 2613 Washington
Avenue,
:-: flewport News, Va.
A new departure in
Dentistry-Teeth ex?
tracted without pain
with Vitalized Air.
Teeth Extracted."'c WE extract and - fill teeth and apply
Vitalized Air.50e Gold and Porcelain Crowns, undetec
Air or Gas AbsoluUly Painless. table from natural teeth and warranted
Fine Geld Fillings.$1 and up for ten years.
Silver Fillings.50c and up LADY IN ATTENDANCE. ..
Amalgam Fillings.50c and up
Gold Crowns. $5.00 to $10.00 Office Hours 8 A. M. to 8 P. M.
Bridge Work.55 to $10 per Tooth
Set Teeth.?....$5.00 DR. W. W. FREEMAN,
Best Set Teeth.?S.00 to $10.00
TEETH CLEANED. General Manager.
Buy It of the
Old Dominion Land Company.
n Lot- for 3ale on easy terms in all sections of th<3
*Y city.
rf Finely located business lots on "Washington Ave.
s|f Farms I or sale or rent in Elizabeth Oty, "War
a| wick and York Counties.
Domlmosi Lsand Company?
ROOM MO. 11.
FIRST 'NATIONAL BANK BUILDING.
i office open until -8 p. m.

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