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FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL
Stocks, Money, Exchange, Bonds, Grain,
Cotton, Provisions, Etc.
New York. March 7.?The stock mar?
ket to-day In the final dealinga made
early losses and ended strong and
higher than yesterday. There was an
effort >>n the part ot the professionals
to depress prices In the early dealings,
which was successful only temporarily
and to a moderate extent. Investors
generally held on to their slocks anil
the market became exceptionally dull.
The rate for call money, which In tho
initial transactions touched per
cent., with an accompanying easier tone
In the Sterling Exchange market, cased
off with the last loan at t;'j ncr cent.,
with it- resultant better lone in the
general market, it was said that be?
cause of yesterday's Hurry in call
money a considerable amount of un?
employed country bank balances was
expected to be transferred to New York
this week. ,
The dealings for the entire day were
less than half a million, anil except for
tho opening and closing dealings, the
ticker was practically silent at Inter?
vals. The dealinga for London account
were of small volume, with a harden?
ing tendency at the close and about
tho best prices of the day on the curb.
Third Avenu.- railroad lost about :>
points on the public agitation, against
increasing the electric lines already on
a prominent avenue, The Grangers,
BOme other standard Stocks and the
Pacifies were even more prominent on
the rise than in the earlier weakness.
Tho Anthracite stocks, except Lacka
wnnna und Rubber, were sitting be?
cause of the snow storm und tin- uold
?weather. Forecasts of General IClcc
tric's annual reports, being favorable,
strengthened that stock.
A number of the specialties, includ?
ing People's <ias, rose easily. Reports
that the Chicago and Alton was plan?
ning to use Chicago Terminal facili?
ties brought out si.illative activity in
the latter. There was much difference
of opinion on the board regarding the
dividend to-morrow on Sugar, with the
general expectation of the regular dis?
bursement, closed at I he best prices.
Considerable firmness developed in
vnrious spots in the bond market, but
this tendency was in a measure offset
by heaviness in others. Total sales
$3.145.000.
United states 3's and old 4's, register?
ed, declined Vic ami the new I":; v.o.
In the bid price. Total sales of stocks
.were 431.400 shares.
New York. .March 7.?Standard Oil
fcloscd 4.7Gl?>4.76%.
NEW YORK STOCK MARKET.
Atchlson .21% St 1. and s f .. IP*
A. fret .Gl? st l and s f, *
B nnd O . GS ? prof. 70"..
Can. Pacific .... Rgi 8t l cud S F "
Can. Southern .66% ? i nref ?t
Cen. Pacific .... -i>'4 ?t. l and S w' sS
\, nnd O . 26)? St. l and S W.
? and A .172 prcf . 5714
C and K 1 .66% St. Paul .1271:.
C nnd B I, pro 118% St. Paul, prof l?n%
?? ? 5Sd W ?I I' and O.... *\M
G ^ .. 15% St u nnd O.pre 170
C. 1 and l .... :<\ St 1> M am! M ._
C, I and l, pro 46% So. Pacific ....
? ?n? 1 So. Railway .. J2%
C and N Wpro lid':, So. Rv ?? ?.-f ?!?
C C C and St l 66% T and I1 ? <<
C C C nnd St l, "j Union Pacific"! 4?>fc
l""cl\ .P I'. prof .7..UC
? ",nd " :.US ,r 1' I-> und G. 1%
D, l nnd W ....161 Wabash .. . S'A
B and ft G .... 21% W abash. pref 21\
P nnd R O, pre 7-1 1 W und l ?
Erie (new) . W and l E.prc 32
E (new) 1st pre 8SVS ICXPRESS COS
Ft. Wayne .m a,i Ex..112
O N pref.1S2 American Ex. .1:0
3locking Val. .. U g i;x
Illinois Central 114? Wells Fargo ....123
L K and W .... 18?
J.nke Shore .200 i MISCELLANEOUS
3- and N .63%l A C <? . 34%
1. E and W.pr. ..
Man. "L" .1111
Met. St. Kv 336a
Mich. Central ..11;;
M und St L ....
M nnd St L 1st
.Pref.
Mo. Pactfli
O, pref. .. pju
A s . iay,
a s. pref.::\'..
A T .v.,\C
A T. pref.1 "
Con. Gas .2I4
c C c .im%
F and 1 _.;>
Jf and o . 37y c, F and I. ,
M, K and T .... 13% Gen Elbetrlc ..lit.':.
M.K and T. pre ::v 11 <" <" .. . . 7, ]
N. J. Central ..inn, h it t . Diu
N. Y. Central i.iss ' Int'n'l I'an.i- . r-'
N Y.C and St L 14
N Y.C ami St I.
ist pref.or.
N V.C and St I..
. 2d prcf.33
N and W . 17
N und W, pref. <:p,
Int'n'l Pap. r
I I". prcf.S7
Li Cl.de Has . ,'.|
L ad .33?
Lead, pref.
Minn. 11 a .... ...
N I. t) . 4'
Pacific :.ai!
? A c. gl? I?.lo's Gas ..112%
No. Pacific .... fipg Pullman Pdl. ..157
N P. pref.7M Sliver Cer . 1
O nnd W .26% S It and T .... ? ,
O R and N _ 15 . Sugar .138
O 8 1.42% Sugar, prcf. ...in
I1 c. 1st pr. r. ..>>?, T C 1111.1 I
P C, 2d prof. ..68 lT S Leather .. c>,
Flttsburg .ISO ' c s L. prer. .. 70 ,
Reading .23% 11 8 Rubber .. !?'.,
Reading, 1st pic id'.. C S R, pref. ..n.M.
R G W . :tt; W U . ??{ '
RG W. pref. ..75% Federal Steel .51%
Rock Island ...in;'.., F S, prcf..->,?-...
NEW YORK MONEY MARKET
New York, March 7.- Money on call
Steady at 2' :\1 ?_. |)er cent.: last I inn at
2% per cent. Prime mercantile pap '.".
3?3',a per cent. Sterling Exchange
steady, with actual business in bank?
ers1 bills nt 4.8fi%?4.S5?i for demand
and nt [email protected]*j for sixty days.
Posted rates, 4.M1-?; 1.85 and 4.86!
4.S7; commercial bills. 4.82%; bar silver,
K9*i; Mexican dollars. -17'?_-. Govern?
ment bonds, weak: State bonds, Inac?
tive; railroad bonds. Irregular.
BOND MARKET.
United States 3's . 107%
United Stat.-s new 4'R. reg.l:v, ?!: ,
"United States lo w 4's, coop. .. r>?,. ,
United States 4'x . Ill
United States 4"s. coup.11 111:t
United Stuti-s 2's .
"United Slates .Vs. reg. 112 '.ill''.
"United States .Vs. coup.112 :.
District 3-65's . 117
Virginia centuries .
Virginia del", rrcd . G
NEW YORK PRODUCE MARKET.
New York, March 7.?Flour, dull and
generally easier. Lye Hour, barely
steady: choice to fancy, $3.40?4.55,
Buckwheat (lour, nominal. Corn meal,
quiet. Rye, quiet; No. 2, 67c. Wheat
Spot, easier; No. 2 rod, 83%c. Corn -
Spot, easier; No- 2. l2%(g)43Tao. Oats
Spot, dull; No. 2. 34c. Beef, firm. Cut
meats, dull. Lard, steady; March, $5.55
nominal; fcflned, steady. Pork, quid
Putter, steady; Western creamery, 15%
620c, do factory. 12(3 i t %C.: Blglns,
20c.: imitation crenmcry, I3%?j>17%c;
State? dairy, 14Q19%c. Cheese, firm;
large white. ll%c. Eggs, steady: Stale
nnd Pennsylvania. 23%<f?24c.; Western
fresh. 23%c; Southern. 23#23^C. Col
ton seed oil, steady; prime .rude. 21$j
22c. Spot coffeo?Rio, dull and easy,
lower to sell; No. 7 Invoice, GVic.I No,
Jobbing, 6"%c; mild, qulot; Cordova, S
07d4c. Sugar? Raw. strong, tending no
ward; fair refining, 3?Hc; centrifugal,
PC lest, 4%e.; molasses sugar, 3-%c; re?
fined, firm.
New York. March 7.?Potatoes,
steady; New York, $1.2D'rJ2.00; Long Is
land, $2.2?; sweets, Jersey, $1.75?2.'
Cabbage, steadier at S-l?10 per hundred.
BALTIMORE DRAIN MARKET.
Baltimore, March 7.?Flour, dull, un?
changed. Wheat, firmer; No. 2 red, |
spot and month, [email protected]; April, T'lVi
?76%c; May, [email protected]%c.; Southern by
sample, [email protected] Corn, firm; mixed,
spot und month, [email protected]; Southern
white, 3S'/[email protected] Oats, steady; No. 2
while. 36Vic. asked; No. 2 mixed, 3314?
34c. Rye, dull; No. 2 nearby, [email protected]
No. 2 Western, C2'.ie.
CHICAGO MflRKBT.
Whr.it, Corn. Oats, Provisions. larJ. Short
Fils Etc.
Chicago, March 7.?An unexpected In- 1
crease In Blocks afloat had a depressing
Offei t on wheat to-day, and May closed
with a loss of &?%C. Corn und oats
closed a shade lower. Pork and lard
arc unchanged and ribs 2%C. lower.
The leading futures ranged as follows:
Open High. Low. Clos.
Whoa I N".
May . 72? 72'.i 71*4 71%
Corn No. .
May. 35% 3? 35% 85%
July . 36*4 36% 3? 36%
gent. 3'.;i 36% 36% 3U';?
Oats No. 2?
May . 17? 27% 27-* 27%
July . 85% 2?!B 2i'.j 2.".',a
Mi ?., 1 oi k. per harr? I?
May .9.82% '-' S-. . a.2.'. B.25
.laic .9.47% 9.5214 0.42% 9.42ft
Lard pe* km potinds -
,Mny .6.40 MO f..:i7'i 5.37'?
July .5.62% 5.52% &.;>') ?.M
Short It Its, per 100 pounds? ,
May .LT.". 4.">'> 4.72% ?1.72',..
July .4.90 4.90 4.S? 4.S5
Cash riuotutlons wore as follows:?
Flour slow with an easy undertone.
No. 2 soring wheat. 68?70c; No. 3
spring wheat, ?M?! 70c ; No. 2 red, 72ir
7:tc.; No. 2 corn. 3?o.; No. 2 oats, 27':c.;
No. 2 white, "U'.ic.; No. 3 white, 2'.i'u'"
30c.; No. 2 rye, 65c.; No. 2 barley. 42 to
.Mr.; No. I llax seed. $1.14%, new Jl.lSVi
?$L18Vi; prime Timothy seed, 82.40;
mess pork, per bbl., [email protected]; lard,
per 100 lbs., $.r?.22' '?!?."..2.'.; short ribs
sides (loose), $4.50?$1.70; dry salted
shoulders (boxed). 4%?4%c; short clear
Si.|. s (boxed), S4.S5?$4.90; whiskey, dis
tlllcrs' finished goods, per gal., $1.20;
sugars, cut loaf, unchanged.
im tie- Produce Exchange to-day the
butter market was steady: Creams. 14<j
19','jC.; dairies. ll%@17c; eggs Weak and
lower, fresh. 11C 18c.
NAVAL STORES.
Savannah, On., March 7.?Spirits tur?
pentine, firm; 4ic. Rosin linn nnd tin
changed.
Charleston, S. C, March 7.?Turpen?
tine lirm, at lie. Rosin steady; un?
changed.
Wilmington, N. C. March 7.?Turpen?
tine firm: [email protected] Rosin firm; 95?1.00.
Crude turpentine unchanged; nothing
doing. Tar firm; LOO.
The Cotton Markets.
NEW YORK COTTQN MARKET.
New York, March 7.?To-day's mar?
ket for cotton futures was the dullest
of recent times, after opening quiet,
but steady at unchanged prices to tuie
point advance and further improving
1 to 2 points. Tho basis of the firmness
was chiefly the bad climatic conditions
in most sections of the cotton belt. In
addition to this tho regulation, but ap?
parently worn-out Influences, were at
hand, namely, good conditions in cotton
spinning and cotton market circles In
tills country; generally (Irin accounts
from .Southern spot markets, cheap
money and further reports that plan?
tations were poorly supplied with
mules, horses and fertilizers and state?
ments that planters were contemplat?
ing the cultivation of other crops to the
IV gli i ; of cotton on account of the un?
profitable average of last season's
pric es. After uil the news was in, the
market began to soften from a lack of
outside support, und prices cased off
2?3 points from the top. Rut the mar?
ket at no time showed pronounced
weakness, ami in the afternoon was
particularly tame and featureless, Sidl?
ing for short account was restricted
by tlie colil wave, with freezing a:
many points, and the outlook tor plan?
tation work made very doubtful, espe?
cially in the northern localities, while
lowlands were reported too wet, if not
Inundated. The close was quiet and
steady at a net advance of 1 to 4
point--.
New York. March 7.?Cotton futures
oponi i quiet and steady. March, 6.32;
April; 0.30; May. 0.33; June, 6.30; .Inly.
6.32; August, 6.33; September and Oc
i ber, 6.17; November, 6.14; December,
6.17; January, 6.20.
Cl?Si I quiet and steady. March, 11.3.".;
April, 6.33; May, G.34; June. 6.31; July.
6.33; August; f<."\; September and Oc?
tober, 6.20; November, 6.17; December,
8 20j January, 6.22.
Spot closed quiet and unchanged;
sales, 989 bales.
New Yoik. March 7.?Cotton quiet;
middling. 6 9-l6c: net receipts.340 bales:
gross receipts, 9,348 hales; sales, 9^9
bales; .stock, 116,907 hales.
Total to-day: Net .oipts, 12,927
bales; exports to fireat Britain, 2,815
bales; exports to France, t'.;> bates; to
Iho Continent, l.osi bales; stock, 75S,
295 bales.
Consolidated: Net receipts,. 48,639
bales; exports to Groat Britain, 26,418
bait'.*: to France. 2.VS9 bales; to the
Continent. 13,228 bah s.
Total since September ist; Net re?
ceipts, 7,241.212 bales; exports to Great
Hrltai 3,022.259 bales: t > France, 636.
"' Dales; to ih,. Continent, 2.225.S12
bales.
NEW ORLEANS COTTON MARK FT.
New oi l-ans. March 7.?-Cotton fu?
tures lirm: March. 5.96 buyer; April,
?' ' ? '??": May. fi.004f0.0t; June. G.04
bid; July. 6.0l?6.05; August; 6.00?6,01;
Si pti inber, b.S9?5.90; Ocl?bcr,5;St)??.90;
November, 5.SS?5.90; December, 5.90S
5,91;
LIVERPOOL COTTON MARKET.
Liverpool. March 7.-4 P. M.?Cotton,
spot quiet; prices favor buyers: Amcrl-i
can middling, :: ir?-32d. The sales wt-rc
S ? 90 bales, of which i.tmn were for spoi -
ulatlon and export, and Included 7.10?
American. Receipts, 33."'?' hflles in
eluding 29,300 bales American.
Futures opened quiet, with a moder?
ate demand, and closed quiet, bul
steady; American middling: March
a 25-64d. seller: March and April, 3 2.V
64d. seller; April and May.3 23-fild. buy
v: May and June. 3 25-64?3 26-0ld. buy
r: June and July. 3 26-C4d. seller; Jill)
Rtd Aliens:, 3 !6-64d, J.uyer; Angus
nnd Si :?:? mi. r, 3 20-64d. seller; Septem
her and Oeiui.er. 3 2.'.-6i,i. value; tvto
l nnd November, 221-61.1, value; Dc
comber and January. 3 23-64?3 21-fild
buyer; January and February, :: 23-644
3 24-6ld. buyer.
Norfolk Cotton Market.
Norfolk. Va.. March 7, 1$99.
isw. is?s
Tone .Finn. Quiet
Ooi l middling.fi'i 6%
Mlddl iu: .6% ?>
Low middling .5 U-lfi 6 9-10
Good odlnary .. .. ....r> 4"h
Ra!.?. Bale?
I Sale.? . 191
Receipt? . 1.S77 012
Shipments . tvtf xti7
Stock . ,.4U.244 C3,0ti7
COTTON RECEIPTS.
Thro. Local. Total
Seaboard Air Eine ... ? 408 -los
Norfolk ei. South..en.. 21 87 111
Atlantic & Danville . 55tl 162 711
Norfolk & Carolina . ? 123 123
Southern Railway ... Si>5 219 624
Total . U!>1? 1.S77
AMONG OUR COTTON MEN.
Receipts at United states ports yes?
terday were 12.?27 bales, against 2I.S05
bales last year.
New York future market closed quiet
and steady; old crop months advanced
1 point;'new crop months advanced :!
points; .May, 6.34<fp6.30; August, 6.33<tf
6.34; October. [email protected]
, Liverpool future market close,! quiet
and steady, at practically unchanged
prices; spot sales. 8,000 bales.
liar silver In London advanced l-16d.;
27 7-lCd.. against 25 l-8d. last year.
New Orleans future market advanced
2 points; May. 6c.
Receipts at New Orleans to-day are
estimated at 6,500 Id 7,600 bales, against
12,068 bales last year.
Receipts at Houston to-day aro esti?
mated at COO to 700 bales, against 2,418
bal es last year.
norfolk markets.
For Grain, Hjj, Gro::rij5, Fro;is:or>
So.
onotntlan? nt ?imiciniii Priens,
nillc*? Otlicru l<?B ?tntSil, im.I prlm?
are mibjecl tu lliietictllw? t?? nmi-liot
GRAIN, HAY. ETC.
CORN?While, 41c: from store, 45c;
hum d, 40c.; from store, 400.
MILL FEE] > -Market steady; bran,
from store. (16.00; middling, fron, store.
}17.e": shlpstult, 817.00.
OATS?Steady; mixed. "7c: white, 3<v.
11 AY?No. 1. $11.60 to $12.00 per ton: No.
2, $11.00 per ton, from st ire,
MILLED RICE?As to grades?6% to
HOUGH RICE?65?73c. per bushel.
PEANUTS AND PEAS.
PEANUTS?Market steady new fancy.
3x?c.: strictly prime, 3%c; prime, Sc.;
ceiiinioii 21(2'ir.; Spanish. .Vl)e. per bushel
PKAS? Blackeyc. new. $2.00 per bag.
COUNTRY PRODUCE, FRUITS, ETC.
POULTRY?Live dull; chickens, old. 25
Ji30c: spring chickens, steady, aj M ??.5c:
ducks, mud. 20c; turkeys, live l!ol2'-c;
dressed, 13916c.
EGGS?Market steady, at 22c.
PUTTER?Good country. 1- to 15c
HAMS?Quiet; Sntlthlleld, fancy, 15 to
li'.c.; Virginia, country. 10 to 13c.; go d
North Carolina, irt to i2>-c
FOTATOES ? Northern, Jl.7."'?72.00 jier
bag: new sweets. I layman. li.'/y Vjc. per
bai rcl; yellow. BOtfrfOc.
CABBAGE?(2.75 to J5.C0 per barrel.
ONIONS?82.01 f/2.60 per barrel.
APPLES?Northern, Jl.vu to 55.CO per
bbl.
LEMONS?{.1.60 per box.
PEACII ES?None.
LIMES?81.50 prr peck.
PINE APPLES?3 to 12c; Florida, Jl.r.O
to 84.00 per case.
COCOANUTS?100 to ling, J.I.CO.
CALIFORNIA ORANGES - SeMllngS,
$2".": Jamaica, $3.03 per box; navels, J;;.w
tio.ro per box.
c.unr'F.niES.
J3 75: winter wheat, ramily. $3.65; winter
wheat fair to good grades of extra, J:;.."5;
winter wheat, super. [email protected]
M HAL - Per bug 10O lbs., tfl.00; JO lb.
bags, Me.
BUTTER?Prime to choice grades, 2K-.;
fn'.r to good grades. 20 to 21c; fair grades,
IS to 19c.
CHEESE?Firmer; large fuil cream,
U'.iM' e.: small lull cream, 11' tiI2c
SUGAR?Market steady, out of'town
prices dependent on delivery rates to
different points; Fine Granulated, in 2
In 5 lb. bags. 6.16; Kino Granulated bulk,
r.io: Centennial B, 4.ti; California B. 4.:."..
Franklin Extra C. 4 85; Keystone Extra
<'. 1.2^: Anierte.iTi Extra C. 4.2S; Centen?
nial Extra C. 4.28.
SYRUPS AND MOLASSES ? Market
fumer at the n.lvnncc: syrup, good to
choice, 20?22; luwr grnd.- syrup, 12915;
molasses. Port ? El-.-o. 19927: molasses,
Cuban, none; New Orleans, fjtr to ch; :cc.
1C to EC; common, 12 to 14.
PROVISION!.-.
HULK MEATS ? Mar' et Steady: rib
Fides. 5%c: bellies, eastern, 5"?c; belllCy,
western, r,";'i . -.
DRY SALTED JOWLES--l?4jc.
PORK PLATES?IJfcc.
HAM PORK?Per barrel, $10.75.
MESS PORK?New. nono; mess, 0:3,
$10.00.
LARD?Pure butchers'. In tierces. 6%c:
pure western In tierces, C'i:.: SO-lb tubs
and i.0-lb tins. %C. nun. : compound lard.
In tierces. 4V$c.; SO-IU tubs and 5u-lb tins,
',4'' more.
WO? (L?Unwashed. Hr ; bulky. 3 to 7c.
less: Washed wool :Cc. black. ISVfcc. to 16c,
HIDES?G. S.. 7'-: green; 6%; dry fillt.
14; div ?alt. 11%: damaged 7.
SALT FISH.
HERRING?Ne? Rastern Gross, per
barrel. Jl.00fl4.25: mullets. 100 kegs. $3.75;
?pots loo kegs. J7.75; mackerel, fut No. 2,
$21.00
FRESH FISH.
?!pr,M, J2.CO per hundred: croakers, per
p?und 4c: Taylors, 4.-. 1 er pound; pan
fish per pound. :t to 4?-.: linking fish, per
pouha l to Gc.: flounders per pound, r. 10
\c; Bheepshead, 5 10 Sc.; blu?nsh. 4 10 Be
per pound; speckled trout. 5 10 6c.: Inr;;e
rock, per pound. '.(? to I2%c: pan rock, 5
? to Cc.; Spanish mackarel. ISc.
SHIPPING REPORT,
Forelan anil <r>?a<itwi 11
MARCH 7TIT, P>?9.
ARRIVED.
Tug Rescue, towing:
Barge C. It. Bowen, Baltimore, steel
rails for Seabonrd Air Line railroad.
CLEARED.
None.
SAILED.
Br. simp. Maplemorc, Campbell, Liv?
erpool.
Br. simp. Mlddlcham Castle, Jack
man. Antwerp.
Br. stmp. Ludwig. Margen, Antwerp.
Br, stmp. Colum6inn, Wrake, Ham?
burg.
Br. stmp. Cnstleflold, Ellory, Ham?
burg.
Br. stmp. Cambria, Douthwalte,
Hamburg.
Br. stmp. Rochnmpton, Davis, Hol?
land.
All delayed till this p. m by heavy
Storni of wind. Many miner accidents
In Roads and lower harbor. Vessels
? .:? ,1 an? hor and fouled, top hamper
! hhd upper works suffered. N?> serious
? nsualtlcs reported;
ALBEMARLE AND CHESAPEAKE
CANAL. ARRIVALS.
NORTH lit ?UND.
Plnir. Womple. piling, frofn North
Carolina t.? Norfolk.
SOUTHBOUND.
Stmi*. Harbinger, merchandise, from
Norfolk to North Carolina.
Stmr. <". w. Pettlt, merchandise, froin
Norfolk to North Carol inn.
Stmr. Chowan. towing, from Norfolk
11? North Carolina.
Stmr. Chowan towing, from Norfolk
to North Carolina.
Sohl', Chart..? W. S. Hanks, light,
from Norfolk 10 North Carolina.
Lewes, Del.. March 7.- The schooner
William B. Stcelman, from Norfolk, for
New York, with a car?o of j>!k iron,
stranded In tho gapway at tlie oust end
ot the iee breaker at the mouth of the
Delaware, this morning, during a heavy
storm. The crew was taken off by the
quarantine tug. The vessel will be a
total lo~s. '
A BARG IS STRANDED.
(By Telegraph to Virginia-Pilot.)
?Washington. D. C, March V.?Super- I
intendent Klmball .of (he Life-Saving
Service, has received a .dispatch from
the keeper of the Lone Hill Life Saving
station, near Fire Island, saying the
huge H. I). Alglerson, from Boston to
Newport News, with a crew of six. has
stranded one mile from there. All the
crew were saved.
Importers of a Larcje Lot
?OF FIRST-CLASS?
SPUN OAKUM,
J. M. JORDAN &. CO.,
Water street and ltoanoko Dock.
G.W. GRANDY& SONS
Cotton Factors and Commission
Merchants.
NORFOLK, VA.
_No. 19 Front Street, Atlantic Ci!y
F=. L-. GRKNDY
4 2 R0KNOKB COCK
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
DEALERS IN
HAY, GRAIN, SI RAW
?and?
MILL FEED
Large st^ck on hind and In transit
SELECTED SEED OATS and SEED
RYE in stock.
no. 1 TIMOTHY II \Y ALWAYS on
Han u.
r.j, malbon.
?DEALER IN?
Har?ware, cutlery, &cj
109 commercial place,
Keep on hand a complete stock of l!i2
above from the best manufacturers in
the country.
An examination of stock and prices
invited.
I marvelous in Its Effects-*
? i\'OT A DYF, a
I But Restores L.fe to the Hair, ?
a and Removes DandrufT.
* - 6
Rev. A. A. James, pastor of the ?
Presbyterian Church at Jones- ^
X ville, S. C, says: <>
q "li is far superior to anything ^
a of Ihe kind I have ever seen." .
4 The highest testimonials of its ^
4 merits are given. a,
I Ail Druggists. PRICE S1.00. 0
^ Send for circulars. J
%xanthin&Oa. %
<, RICHMOND, VA. 0
O<J-o o <s>o ooo <o-o <?> <&-c><t
Pf?OOF.
II Is an easy matter to claim that I
a f in dv has wonderful etirntivo
RH BUMACJ i >E
loavu It to thoso who have been
permanently nnd positively cured
or RHEUMATISM io make claims.
Among those who havo recently
written us voluntary letters say
irn; ih.it they have been cured are:
Lev J. l. Foster, Raleigh. N. C.:
Mr. J. E. Robinson, Editor Golda
bord Argus; Mr. A. Daus, a pi uii
hent merchant, Macon, Qri:, and
Mr. W. R, Duke? a railroad man,
? Kansas City, Mo.
Rhcumacide Will Cure You.
Monufaciurcd tw ihe bobbiit drug go..
Raleigh, N C
Sold In Norfolk by MCCIenahnn
ec PoWell and Druggists j:?-ncraiiy.
Price $1 per bottle,
tn hr>-su,tu,frl-Cin
E. L. MAYER. WM. M. WHALEU
MAYER & CO.
M anufacturcra' Agents. Importers and
De .?Urs in
MACHINERY
ard supplies, Tools, Shafting and Pulleys,
Engines ahd Boilers, Pumps, Injectors,
Syphonos Hose, Loa Pipe and Fittings,
valves, Co Its &e.. Saws, Raftlil* Goar,
Rolts. Nuts. Washers. Delling, Packing,
Waste. Iron, Steel. Nails, Ol|s. Cordage,
v. e guarantee, the quality of our goods
and nis< ;i impt delivery, and with In?
creased facilities wo uro prepared to meet
all coinpctiloi s. lraiuirics and o;dct? so
UviUU.
COMMERCIAL PLACE.
NORFOLK.VIRGINIA.
DO YOU KMOW
WH AT ?
KK NO VAT 1 NO HAIR MATTRESSES
We have all kind* In stock, and maut
of Ks; materials.
WILLARD E. BROWN,
ISO Main street.
ROOMS 211 AND ?12 COLUMBIA BUILD
LNQ. URANBY 8TUKBT.
STORES.
Warchouso Nos. 41 aad 43 Woodslde Lane,
Ofllccs over tlio Business Men's Associa?
tion.
Store X". 1C Nlvlson street.
Stores Nos. 2G7 and 2C9 Water street.
Nob. S3 and 101 Commercial I'lnce.
Nos. 79 and S3 Commerce street.
Ofllccs: Grnnby, Rank and Commerco sts.
Stoic No. 3TC liuto street.
Store and dwelling No. ::t Queen street.
DWKt.MNf.a.
Dweiriifr No. 1(V7 Brewer street.
Dwelling No. 450 Main stiegt.
Five new brick dwellings on Yarmouth
Street, nil modern conveniences.
Dwelling Onloy road. $33.3;;.
Dwelling on lJt-rtrec IMaee.
Dwelling; Olney Road. Ghent.
Dwellli.fi No 122 Freemason street.
Two rooms with hath, Granby street.
FIRST
} IN TUB GRATUS OF ITS
COUNTRYMEN 1
Toms Creek Coall
NONE BETTER. TRY IT ONCE.
COAL FACTS_
There's a world of OltTercnre In flreq
They're like people; some bricht and
cheery, others gloomy and dilti. For
downright good company, even if It does
make you stand ofl". it's hard to heat a
Toms Creak lire. Wo ali,o sell all utzes
or
Your orders ulways have our prompt
utteulioii.
TRIGG & WILMER, Acjents.
55 GRANBY STREET. Main Office.
\j N1V1SON STREET, Yards.
BOTH PHONES.
Wo have on ha:id a fresh supply of?
(1/ HI
.coo m i
Ravin* recently put In a spitting ma.
chine we now make no extra ci.orKC foi
splitting.
Persons navlng wood stoves' wlU dJ
well to order
Hard Wood
COAL of ALL KINDS
,in,' hept quality, at lowest tnarkot prlcti
at V? i.' leu ? and retail.
Tin. IM Wain fit.. Norfolk Va.
Just Received
A fresh supply of th;
celebrated
KANAWHfl SPLINT
'1 he superior of r.!i grate coali
We x\ Hit* sole agents.
b'eo.W.Tavlnr&Co
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
ANTHRACITE
AND BITUMINOUS
8
61 GRANBY ST. 'Phons VI
Cl-NTRAL W'llARI'. 'Rh?n: 117.
HARD WOOD!
IN CAR LOAD LOTS
Ja??! I-t'ccc I v?( B.
The best for Wood Heaters, seasoned
or green. Deliver any quantity.
CHAS. E. SCOTT & CO.
200 LOVITT AVENUE.
Old Phone 251. New Phone 1130.
Norfolk Iron Works,
GE0. W. DUVAL & CO,,
NO. 15 WATER STREET. NORFOLK.
ENGINES. I'.OILF.RS, SAWMILL and
all kinds of machinery cf the mo*t Im?
proved patterns. Also repairing at the
shortest not c Particular attention to
steamboat work. DUVAL'S PATENT
BOILER TUBE PERRl LES are n10
only pcrfi ct r< ntedy f r leaky boiler
tubes. They can be Inserted In a few
mlntoes by any engineer, and aro war?
ranted lo stop leaks.
Henry Walke
SAW MILL,
And Railroad Supplies,
HARDWARE AND SHIP CHANDLERY
"Giant" and "Giant Planer," Leather
Boitins;, "Giant," "Granite," and "Shaw
nut" Rubber Bet tine.
Agcnl tor K no wies' Steam Pumping
Machine. oct: tf
Hay and Grain.
(0 car LOADS in hand and en route.
Will he seid ;-netp. Secure my prices be?
fore placing : ur orders.
X H. COFER,
fei9-3m Citizens BanU Building.
AVi a io\ s \i v:s i isis mv.
By the Morris Auction House, 44 Wash
, Ir.nlon Street, Opposlto Now Market.
Large and Attractive Sale of
Italian Marble, Statuary, Vases, &c.
WE WILL SELL FOR ACCOUNT OF
I.a ml I Bros., of Now York, at storo
No. COO Church street, between Flume unit
Cove, TO-DAY nt 10:80 a, in., 3:00 and
7:20 i>. m., vno of the best assort?
ments of Italian floods ever offered In
this city, vis., Vases, Pedestals, Fruit
Baskets, Figures, card Receivers, Mosa to
Work, Animals, Birds, etc. Sale to be
continued dally until closed out. Goods
on exhibition at S a. m. Monday. LadieB
especially Invited. lt. R. MORRIS,
mch?-tf Manager.
APoriojf ;?Aidjs?firrifkk dat.
By Joseph Jones. Real Estate and Gen?
eral Auctioneer, 49 Bank Street.
PROFITABLE BUSINESS, AVERAGING
860 A BAY, AT AUCTIO-H.
AMDS P. JORDAN'S DAIRY LUNCH
ROOMS. :>S ROANOKE AVENUE Is of
fereil at private sale until MONDAY,
March 13th, 1899. It' not sold by 11 o'clock
oil that day will be sold ut public auc?
tion. Splendid locution in business sec?
tion: cheap rent (tnd long lease; fixtures
and furniture llfSt-elass; uvcruge business
j iiO ur more a day. Mr. Jordan has mado
the place a popular buincss men's lunch
room.
For further particulars and terms ap?
ply to
JOSEPH JONES.
Auctioneer,
niehS-tds 4'J Hank street.
W. K. PBMTRBSS & SOU, .
General Real Estate and Rental Agents
13 BANS STREET. SECOND FLOOR.
FOR RENT
DWELLINGS. 120-22 Arlington Placo
House on Duncan STORES
avenue. 521 1416 Main street.
House on Graydonl Corner Churoh and
avenue. | Charlotte, $12.iO.
Olncy Bead uhent. 131 Church, $20.
si Falkland. 520. 299 Church, $10
30 Brown, $20. Bid;:, cor. Water &
. Brown ave, $16.66 Madison JiO.
217 ItOSC ave., $10.66.
S4-S6 Virginia, 610.50 FLATS.
eai h. 122 Highland, !d.50.
221 Cumberland st., 271 .lames, $?; o.i.
Mar. 1st. 1125 Kelly, $5.00.
FOR RENT.?Stable No. G."i Union street,
Miv 1st.
TO INVESTORS.?We offer several
fine bargains In good paying city prop
erty. Correspondence soihitcd.
W. H. H. TRICE & CO
REAL ESTATE f.- RENTAL AGENTS,
CORNER BANK AND 1'LU JE
STREETS
FOR HE nt.
RESIDENCES
8 Fenchurch.
i Clay.
..! Chapel.
?o Wv ai.
MOWbry Arch.
Ghent
iso Bermuda, Mar.
in Reservoir.
793 Church.
14 lion - a ? n Forte.
The Willis House
Franklin ave,
J?..: v. i i. Et ?
Graydon a v., Ghefll
Manly House. Ghent
Glennan House
(Blent.
ttAlelgh ave. Ghent.
Jit Main.
211 Main.
u Church.
Main,._.
Church st.
STOKER
rial.
city
FLATS.
d Commc
|S3 i'Inn eh.
New store
Hall Avenue.
200 Church.
102 Church.
421 Ma.n.
.lames and High.
106 Church street,
dwelling above.
241 Church.
Main st.
Union Ht.. near
Church.
40-acro Farm, good hulidinitn, three miles
from Norfolk.
Also a 200-acro Farm, itood buildings,
Kemsvlllo station. ___________
H. C. H?GG?RD & CO.,
REAL ESTATE RENTAL AGENTS,
3? HANK STREET. 'PHONE 749.
2?; sir. ids
Talbot
DWELLING
"17 Witloughby, $18
549 Main. 5 '?.
l"ti Kelly, $3.60.
Iis s Paik. $20.
::ry Bute. $K.
123 < !ni> don, $22.
;;;.'. Rcaci volr. $10.
u Arlington pi., $n
PW KILLINGS.
1-7. Bramblelon, $7.
IK IOMS
.71 Chapel, 4 rooms,
*7 00.
IC4 s. Kelly, 4 rins.,
$7.00.?
502 II ghland, $7."o.
? Highland.
Henry street, storo and 6 rooms, $20.
424 Church street, store. $2'>o?.
2!>!l Church street, store. $:!7.n0.
707 Church street, store, J'.'.u).
?". Commercial place, $70.
7 Bank street. $7.V
107 Church street, $.70.
OS Nicholson sin et. $12.
Money to loan on long lime.
n wiLLiepis Fm
RENTAL AGENTS,
NO. ::s MAIN ST., NORFOLK. VA.
WE HAVE FOB BENT :
ni Brown avenue .$16.61
::? Duncan avcaue .21.00
3? and 42? Baxter oven"" . 7.00
=~ Graydon .-.venue .2..00
;<i Park avenue . 1J00
is c avenue lliintcrsvllle . o (-0
Storo corner Church and Charlotte.
List with us. Vehicle in attendance.
BYRD, BALDWIN & CO.,
ib:\tai,a(iksii. kcm>iis-_ txosj
it \ it iii *.<; n? > hi 11.in.M?,
(litA N '.V M IIKI.T.
FOR RENT
DWELLINGS.
Mai.tv Arch. Ghent, ..
Ill Ol 0 i 331 Church, 83.00.
Warrcii Crescent.' stores.
Ghent $50.00. ? n::i church. $>io.no.
Warren' Crescent, 337 Church, $10.00.
Ghent. $50.00. 82 Hank. . 00.
? houses Oraydon 65 commercial, $'ij.
live. Ghent, $25. i 1 it' Water.
132 Cumberland. $25.151 Water. '
7:t Falkland $22.60 IS00 Granby, $25.00.
B3 Maltby ave., $t2j::il Granby. *i".o0.
23 North.'A. C. $9. | OFFICES.
21 Ceccl.n ave, $9.60.1 Warehouse and of
r Corolla ave, J'.i.:",0.| lices cor. Water
: 7Zu < Ihurcli, V 00.
Church. 01
L":> Gronvlllo av
ROOMS.
402 Main }!2 50.
108 Falkland, i7.no
110 Falkland, $
436 I llghlund, (
136 Maple. $7.00.
7n7 Tunstnli, 17.
586 B. Main, $7.60.
340 ? 'or;.: CW $6 00.
.; Coci IIa $4.60
721 Chut. h. $5.00,
ami Fayctte, trt.'H
105 Granby $IT.0?i.
Warehouse's 149 and
151 Wau r St.
217 Main $10 each.
268 Main. $25.
IfiO Main, stables, $5
West Bullding, cor.
Main and Church.
Bnddlngton Build?
ing, cor. Granby
and City Hall ave.
WHITE 5t CO.
REAL ESTATE AND RENTAL AGENT
NO. 21 BANK STREET.
1S-20 Arlington pi.a Granby sts.
new brick dwellfnglGraydon avo.
2 elegant houses on';)
Hamilton ave.
123 Wood st.
127 Walk?: St.
220 Holt.
I S Holt.
393 Bute.
15 Quern st.
133-212 Vork.
70 Tazewell.
10 Brown.
coca
17". Brewer.
Granby Ext.,
hMixe.
lo:.. r.i2 Lovltl ave.
21.S Hose-.
"1 Hamilton ave.
56 Franklin ave.
113 Yarmouth st.
(Ar I! 1st.)
504-3 u Freemason.
Ofilco.i en Main ? 122 Highland ave.
We have cottages ai Ocean View nnd
Vlrglnin Bead for rent. Come early and
got >o ir Choice,
Thai nice residence on Ohio Creek is for
rent.
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I REEVES WOOD PULLEYS t
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I SLIP ON THE SHAFT. J
? THE PORTBR-HcKBAl CO.!
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