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FINANCIAL ?ND COMMERCIAL StocKs, Money, Exchange Bonds, Grain, Cotton, Provisions, Etc. New Tork, June 21.?Transactions In stocks were ot a paltry proportion, but this did not preclude eomc pretty wide movements of prices. In fact the leth? argy of .the speculation left the market vulnerable at any spot where genuine liquidation was thrown upon It. Such liquidation was undoubtedly made In all of the Tobacco stocks. American Tobacco suffered most severely, the ex? treme decline being 8%c. Continental Tobacco dropped an extreme 6 points and the preferred 3 points. Very heavy blocks of all three etocKS running from 1,000 to 6,000 shares changed hands In the course of the decline or the hesi? tating rebound. The break In these stocks was due to the rumors, which have been per? sistent for several days of dlssentlons of the directors on a likelihood of a division of reeouroes and possibly de? structive competition. Coining on top of the experience of tho last few days in the steel stocks, to-day's events ad? ded largely to the sentiment of disfavor held toward a large number of Indus? trial stocks. The steel stocks, themselves, were pretty firm on account of oillcial as? surance that the money for the pre? ferred dividend on Federal Steel had been set aside before the declaration of the dividend on the common, and also because of a prevalent belief that Steel and Wire is soon to be entered in the regular listed department of the Stock Exchange, which would necessi? tate a detailed statement of finances and earnings. The announcement of a great combi? nation of the exporting Spirits and Dis? tilling Companies was accompanied by a rather striking fall In the stocks of the constituent companies, American Spirits dropping over 2 points, the pre? ferred one and a half and Standard Distilling preferred a point, notwith? standing the alluring assurance that the new comdlnation Involves a de? crease of the capitalization outstand? ing for tho constituent companies. Baltimore ond Ohio stocks dropped off 3 and 2%c. respectively for the com? mon nnd preferred on the continued large decreases in earnings shown by the returns. There was a rather, no? table advance In the Morgan group at one time. Including Cleveland, CinclnJj natl, Chicago and St. Louis, Chicago, j Indianapolis and Louisville preferred, Hocking Valley preferred, and Chesa? peake and Ohio. This was followed by an upward movement In the Vanderbllts, includ? ing North westerns, St. Paul and Oma-| ha, the New York. Chicago nnd St. Louis stocks and New York Central. These gains were not well held. Pitts burg, Cincinnati, Chicago and St. Louis dropped 4V? points on very small deal? ings. American Car stocks and Amer? ican Smelting preferred showed good gains. The general market was senil-| stagnant, but as a rule showed small losses. Dealings In bonds were small, but i prices wore well held. Total sales par value, $1.705.000. U. S. old 4's registered declined nntl j the new 4's and the 5's %c. In the bid j price. The total sales of stocks were 310,300 | shares. New York. June 21.?Standard Oll, i 4.60?,4 and 1.70. NEW YORK STOCK MARKET. Atchlson .17 I pref. .TlVi i Atchlson, pre. .. BP.i'St. L and S F, R and O .67 j 2d prcf.35'.'. Can. Pncitlc .... t!U Si Land S W 11% Can. Southern . 53 St. L and S W, Cen. Pacific _f.0 I pref.i.t* C and O .21V St. Paul .12?' Ch'.. and Alton 15u St. Paul prof. 173 . C. B and Q ....1?0"? St P and O .... 99Vi C and E I .7t 1 St P and O. pre 170 C and E I, pre. 122VS St. P M and M ? Chi. G. W.13% So. Pacific .30% I C, I and L . SM C. I and L, pre 40 C and N W ....154 C and N W, pre 196 So. Railway .... 10? So. R'y. prcf. .. 4N% T and P . 18'^. Union Paclilc .. 3K',i C C C and St L 5l'i; U P, prcf.74 C C C and St L. U P D and G .. ? prcf.fi'i Wabash. 7% D and H .117 Wabash pref. . It*T""~ D, L and W _16ft | W and L E _ D and R G .... 21%l W and L E, pro 22% D and R G, pre 76VS BXPUKSS COS. Erie (new) .12 Adams Ex.110 E (new) 1st pre 33%l American Ex. .,133 Ft. Wayne .183 | U S Ex.-13 Gt. Nor., pref. ..169w,< Wells Pargo_125 Hocking Val. ... ? . Illinois Central .112 'MISCELLANEOUS. L E and W -16% A Cot. Oil .35li L E and W, pro G7', Lake Shore .206 L ond N .661.4 Manhattan "L" 112% Met. St. R'y ....225 Mich. Central ..113 Minn, and St L 57 M and St L 1st pref .92 Mo. f'Aolllc.40>? M and O .38 M. K and T .... 11% M, K and T, pre 32% N. J. Central ...116 N. Y. Central ..132% N Y, C and St L 13% N V. C and ~. L, 1st pref.70 N Y, C and St L, 2d pref.30 N nnd W . 19 N and W. pref. 67H No. Amer. Co. ., 11% No. Pacific .4?% No. Pacific, pre 74% O nnd W .25' O R nnd N .... 69 Ore. Shore Line ? P C. 1st pref. ,. 82 P C, 2d prcf. ... 63 Plttsburg.]S2 Reading.20? A C O, pref. ... 9l',i Amer. Spirits .. 8% a s. pref.si Amer. Tobacco M?"? I A T. pref.UO Con. Gas .I80V& Com. Cable Co. lb; C, K and I . 43% C F and I. pre 107 Gen. Electric ..117*4 Haw. Com, Co 110 BUT .: IK'.. Int'n'l Pap? r ... I P, pref.77 " Iji Clcde (; is .. 53?4. I I,ead .2$% Lead, pref. Minn. Iron Nat. Lin. OH ... 3?, I Pacific Mail .... 46% | People's Gas . ..iis% Pullman Pal, Sliver Cor.6 >V. j S R and T .... 7' Sugar.161*1 Sugar, pref.1 is T C and 1 . , U. S. Leather .. i \ U. S. L.. pref. ., 68Vj V. S. Rubber .. 52 " U. S. R . pref. ..11 l, West Union ... ssm Reading. 1st pro 57%: Federal Steel .. 60'.? ROW .33 I F S, pref.B2V4 R G W, prcf. .. 7S I A S and W .... 63i. Rock Island .H2'.i| A S and W. pre 93 6t L and S F .. ?%i Con. Tob. Co. .. 36% 6t. L and S F. 1 C T C, prcf.79 BOND MARKET. New York. June 21. 1S99. United States B's, registered . loo1,-. United State? :;??, registered .lOi-S-j United Stales 3's. coupon . 108% Uniud Stat.s new 6's registered .... 129% United stat.s new j's, eoupon . 12?% Ualtcd States old Cs, registered .112% United State sold l's, coupon .113% Un'ted states 5 s. registered.112% United Stales 5's, i ou|n.n . 112% Dlstr'et of Columbia 3-C.Ys .119 Virginia centuries. 86 Virginia deferred . 8% NEW YORK MONEY MARKET. New York, June 21.?Money on call, steady at 'llriy* per com.; last loan, 2Vi per cent.; prime mercantile paper, 3<fr 3% per cent.; sterling exchange, steady, with actual business in bankers' bills at $4.8Sfff4.S8% for demand, and at $4.85%frT4.86 for sixty days; posted rates, $4.8C@I.87 and $4.SU; commercial bills, $firstname.lastname@example.org%; bar silver, 60Vic; Mexican dollars, 48V6e.; Government bonds, weak; State bonds, Inactive; railroad j bonds, firm. NEW YORK PRODUCE MARKET. Now York. June 21.?Flour, lees active and Btfi, 10c. lower to sell. Rye flour, quieter. Corn meal, steady. Rye, firmer. Wheat?S|>.it, weak; No. 2 red, 82Vic Corn?.Spot, weak; No. 2, 41%c. Oats Spot, quiet; No. 2, 31c. Beef, eteady. Cut meats, firm; Pork, dnll. Lard dull; refined, steady. Butter, weak; Western creamery, 15V-!@15%c; State dairy, 13'y'tiTc Cheese, quiet; large white, 8%c. Eggs, steady; State and Pennsylvania, 15? l?yfcc: Western fresh, 14%? 15c; Southern, 9?12c. Peanuts, firm; fancy hand-picked, 5@6c; other domestic, 4l46"5c. Cotton-seed oil, quiet; prime crude, 20#20VgC.; do yellow, 25V4 <fJ26c Spot coffee?Rio, quiet; mild, quiet. Sugar?Raw, steady; refined, steady. TRUCK MARKET. PROVIDENCES, R, L (Quotations from Wm. S. Sweet & Son): Potatoes S2.75(l$3.00; beans. $1.00; cabbage, Jl.OOSJ'Jl.oO; apples, $2.00 bas? ket; cucumbers, $1.00. NEW YORK. (By Telegraph to S'lrginlan-PIIot.) New York. June 21.?Potatoes, steady; Southern, $1.50?.i2.75; do seconds, DOc. and $i.5t>. Cabbage, steady. New York, June 21.?Muskmelons In heavy supply, largely poor and selling slowly at very low figures, except for fancy, with some stock not accepted from transportation companies. Re? ceipts of watermelons 49 car loads; dc mnnd moderate and market weak and decidedly lower. Muskmelons, per crate, 75c.<5t $2.1)0; do per basket, 75c?$l .25. Watermelons, car load lots, $100(g$200; do per 100, $10.00@$25.00. BALTIMORE GRAIN MARKET. Baltimore, June 21.?Flour, steady, unchanged. Wheat, weak; spot and month. TK^GVbC.; July, 76%<3>76V2C; Au? gust, 77%#77%c; Southern by sample, TlfjTTc. Corn, easier; upot and month, 3S%<ti3S">tC.; July, 3S%<?3S?4c; August, 38%<a'39c; Southern white corn, UdJAlMc. Oate, quiet; No. 2 white, 3214 ?33c. Rye, easier; No. 2 Western, GlA?c CHICAGO MARKET. Wheat, Corn. Oats, Trovlsloas. LarJ, Short Fits fctn. Chicago, June 21.?The spectre of the new crop loomed up before wheat trad? ers to-day. and was a big factor in the decline of %fii ;ic which marked the day's trnding in that cereal. Continued heavy domestic receipts made Its ef? fect more apparent. Corn and oats were rather heavy, but closed only a shade lower. Provisions showed practically no change at the close. Tho leading futures ranged as follows: Open. High. Lotv. Oos. Wheat No. 2? July . 75 75 74 74% Sept. 7G% 76v4 75% 7ti>.i, Leu. 7S% 7y>8 77 77Vs Corn No. 2? July . 34?4 34% 311? 1416 Sept. . 31% 84$ 34'? 34-h IJcc. 33',? 34 33',-j 33?. Oats No. 2? July . 24',4 24% 24', 24% Sopl. 21% 21% 21% 21% Dec. 24% 24% 24 24V* | llrv? I'urU, per bairol? Julv .S.25 S 25 S.22'/. S.25 Kept.8.4214 l>-45 8.4254 8.42',fc j Lam. |io? 100 pounds? July .5.02V6 6 02% 6.00 6.02V-.: ?ept.5.15 Bib 6.15 6.1& Short It.bs. jier 100 pounds July .4.72% 4.72Vj 4.72V4 4.72% Sept.4.87% 4.5-7% 4.S5 4.S7',?, Cash quotations were as follows:?' Flour easy; No. 2 spring wheat, - No. 3 spring wheat, 71%5i75c; No. 2 red, 76%c; No. 2 corn. 34%t/34%c; No. 2 oats, 26l4@2614c; No. 2 white, -; No. 3 while. 2S'n23%c; No. 2 rye, 62c; No. 2 barley. 37'?c", No. 1 flax seed, $1.0G. now $1.09; prime Timothy seed, $2.3&@$2.40; messpork, per bbl., $7.50? $8.26; lard, per 100 lbs., $4.92%(Q502%; 6hort ribs sides (loose), $l.55@$4.85; dry salted shoulders (boxed), 4%?4%c; short clear sliles (boxed), $5.00i"$5.10; whiskey, distillers' finished goods, per gal.. $1.2G. On the Produce Exchange to-day the butter market was firm: Creams, 13%? 18c; dairies, 10<&15%c; cheese, firm, S@ 8%c. _ NAVAL STORES. Savannah. Qa., June 21.?Spirits tur? pentine steady, 37Vbc.; rosin firm and unchanged. Charleston, S. C, June 21.?Turpen Hne market ilrm at 3Cc; rosin firm and unchanged. Wilmington, N. C, June 21.?Spirits turpentine, dull, unchanged. Rosin, quiet at 90 and 95c Crude turpentine, firm at $1.35, $2.10 and $2.20. Tar, firm at $1.30. The Cotton Markets. NEW YORK COTTON MARKET. New York. June 21.?Notwithstanding yesterday's break of 3:5 7 points In the price of cotton futures, which led some traders to prepare for a reaction to-day, the market continued on the decline and prices, during the weakest interval, showed a further net loss of 15 to 20 points. At times the market was very unsettled and a panicky feeling pre? vailed. The ."lump was particularly no? ticeable during the morning, when the selling appeared to be general by nil classes. English cables were decided? ly disappointing; crop accounts con tlucd of .'. brilliant average, and specu? lative support was almost entirely lack? ing. The summary of the weekly crop re? port gave the bear contingent In? creased courage as Indicating a gen? eral Improvement in the condition of cotton In all sc lions of the belt, while reports from private sources were, If possible, even more favorable than they have hi rctofore been, offsetting the government's statement that the Texas crop la grassy and the Georgia crop Buffering from caterpillars. The volume business to-day was very much Inrger than any single day's business in recent weeks; but this was due to liquidation and not to a disposi? tion to make new ventures, although there was some investment buying on the ruahea to sell by conservative par? ties who bell, v,. that the market, hav? ing declined about a quarter of a cent was entile d to some reaction. Tho fact that there is a tremendous business in cotton goods in this coun? try, as well as abroad, with spinners generally carrying light supplies of cot? ton, also letl some of the more conser? vative shorts to cover on to-day's break. r,? the basis of 5.GO for August, soino good Wall street houses bought summer month contracts; and the fact that August is now believed to be In strong hands also added to the con? servatism of tho smaller local trad? ers, causing them to cover. The de? mand from abroad was fairly good early in the session, but later the for? eigners sold. The close was steady at 10 to 15 points net lower. New York, June 21.?Cotton futures opened steady. June. 6.73; July, 6.76; August, 5.79; September. 5.76; October, 5.79; November; 6.82; December, 6.S6; January, 6.89; February, 6.92; March. 5.96; April, 5.98; May, 6.03. Spot closed quiet at 3-1? decline; mid? dling uplands, 6 1-16; middling gulf. 6 5-16; sales. 600 bales. Futures closed steady; June, 5.60; July, 5.63; Augu.it, 5.66; September, 5.05; October, 5.70; November, 5.73; Decem? ber, 5.76; January, 5.79; February, 6.S2; March, 5.85; April, 5.SS; May, 5.91. New York, June 21.?Cotton, quiet; middling, 6 1-16; net receipts, 200; gross, 2,015; sales, 600; stock, 177.116 bales. Total to-day?Net receipts, 6,567; ex? ports to Great Britain, 795; France, 11, 131; Continent, 713 bales. Total since September 1. Net re? ceipts, 8,212.031; exports to Great Bri? tain, 3.396.111; France, 750,977; Conti? nent, 2,659,192. NEW ORLEANS COTTON MARKET. New Orleans. June 21.?Cotton fu? tures, steady; June, 5.56 bid; July, 6.51 | 5.59: August. 5.46J15.47: September, 6.42 <fJ5.43; October. 6.42(05.43; November. r..43t??5.44: December.<6.48<S>5.49; January, 5.S105.52; February, 5.545}5.55; March, email@example.comS. , LIVERPOOL COTTON MARKET. Liverpool, June 21.?4 p. m.?Cotton? Spot fair demand: prices lower; Ameri? can middling. 3%d. The sales of the day were 12.000 bales, of which 2.000 were for speculation and export, and Included 11,200 American. Receipts, none. Futures opened easy, with a moderate demand, and closed barely steady: American middling: June. 2 19-Gld. buyer; June and July, 3 19-64d. seller; July and August. 3 19-64d. seller; Au? gust and September, 3 19-Gld. seller; September and October, 3 1S-64J. seller; October and November, 3 17-64d. seller; November and December, 3 lG-61d. December and January, 3 16-64d. seller: January and February, 3 16-64d. buyer; February and March. 3 17-64d. seller; March and April. 3 17-64f(J3 18-G4d. buy? ers; April and May, 3 1S-61@3 19-64d. sellers. Norfolk Cotton Market. Norfolk, Va.. June 21, 1*99. Tone.Easy, Good middling.6 9-16 Middling .6 Low middling.5% Good ordinary .i 7-16 Bales. Palss . ? Becelpts. 911 Shipments. 377 Slock. 51.07? 1S99. 1S9S. Bales COTTON RECEIPTS. Thro. Locil. Total. Norfolk & Western Norfolk & Southern .. ? Southern Hallway .... 323 2 557 Total coo S3] AMONG OUR COTTON MEN. Weather very favorable for the cot? ton crop. Spot cotton in Liverpool declined l-32d. Contract market closed barely steady, 2 to 2\i> points decline, j Bar sliver advanced l-16d.?27 13-lCd. against 27%d. in 1S')S. United Slates port receipts yesterday were 5,567 bales, compared with 1,525 bales last year. Future contruct market In New York declined 10 to 14 points, closing steady: j August, 5.60 to 5.67; October. 6.70 to 5.71; January. 5.79 to 5.SO. Spot quota? tions were reduced 3-16c. Spot quotations in New Orleans de? clined %o. August contracts declined 11 points, closing nt 5.46. Norfolk and Augusta mnrkets de? clined l-16c. Norfolk received 941 bales cotton yes? terday, against 3S3 bales last year. RICHMOND STOCK MARKET. Richmond. Va., June 21, 1E99. Bld.Ask.i Bid.Ask U S 4-s .113 A O L A ....143 150 U 9 3's .MSVilOOVj A C L B_lno 133 STATE SEC N C 4's .110 N C 5's .139 Va 3's .f-9% 90 Va Cen's ...it Si>U CITY SEC. Rlch'd 8's ...133 Rlch'd 5's ...116 Rlch'd 5s ..113 Bich': 4's ..IOj',4 R. R. BONDS. A&C 1st 7's 121 _A*C g'd 6 s 10U,_ CC&A ex 5's CC&A 2d 7's Gal'a 1st 6's GS&Fla 6'S . Pet Cl A 5's Pet Cl B G'3 1V&M 1st 4's S A & M So 1st 5's WNC 1st 6'b 119 OA A pr 6's 105 G A A con's .10:' N S By 5'? R Trac 5's S5 90 111 RF&P Con BF&P com .140yjl4a " DIv Obi 136<?140 So Ry pfd .. 49 So Rv com . M q A a pfd .. i',7'<. cm; G & A com. 33 .14 GS&F pfd .. 92 93 " 2d pfd .. 571- 62'-'; " Com ... 30 Nor St Rv .. 62 BANK STOCK Citizen's ex. 2fcU City First Nat MerC Nat .. Melropl'n . Nat bk Va .1?S Planters Na 270 Pet S.t-1 Co . Security .. .115 Slate.150 Union.12"> Va Trust C 116 Savings .... 39 liw%imii:. INSU It. COS l'/l R T .fc S I) 120 30 104 123 N&W 4 pr ct 91% 95'-j V F & M ... 40% 42 NorSt By 5's H R. STOCK. A & C .123 C A O .21% N C .135 N & W pfd . CS Va Statt i MISCELLANEOUS I Am Tob pfd llu 145 " Com ... |p.'? 97 Va-Ca-Chpf 115 116% I " Com .... 7294 74 rORFOLK Tor Grain, tlai, Groccri??, MARKETS Proviso i OnntnlloiiaiU u holcoiile Price*, tin oilier tue ?luii'il, mill prices are snbjrcl in lliiciimilou lu market. GRAIN, BAY AND RICE. CORN ? Wfcito corn, from store, 4fic; mixed corn, from store, 44c; white oats, from store. 3K\; mixed oat?. 35c. MILL FEED?Market steady; bran, per ton $10.00. middlings, $17.60 per ton. OATS?Steady: mixed, 3i?'.; white, 37c. HAY?No. 1 Timothy hay, car lots, iH.OO r&H.jO; ton lots, $14.50: mixed hav, cat lots $13.0'); ton lots, J!3.."A .NULLED RICE?As to grades?3% to 6%c. HOUGH RICE?C3ff73c. per bushel, PEANUTS AND PEAS, PEANUTS?Market firm; fancy, Z\c ; strictly prime. $%c.; prime, 34fcc.; com. mon 2'.ill2%c; Spanish, Sac. per bushel. l'KAS? Blackeye, nominal; black, 99c. per bushel. COUNTRY PRODUCE. POULTRY?Live. Steady; chickens, old f'at.'-7 <i ;.0o.; sprinK c!;!il;.'ns. small, si.-.eiv, at IZV/ulac.; large. 20ou25c.; ducks, mud, 20o. EGGS?Quiet, at 13c per dozen. BUTTER?Good country, liiilio. COUNTRY HAMS ? Steady. Sm'thfield fancy. 13916c.; Virginia country, 10@>12< good North Carolina, I0@12%c. POTATOES?Southern nowjl.50r91.76 | ei barrel; Northern, white, $2.0082.25 per bag new sw.'ris. Hiiyman, 90c.(3$l,00 per bar? rel; yellow $14081.25. NEW I'.lAS?75c. per basket. CUCUM BKR8?60c.eil.00. SNAPS? "-I'd75c. per basket. I'A B BA> 1 $2.5cif3.Oil p.-r crate. ONIONS?$3.00 per bag. BERMU])rt-$2.00 per box. TOMATOES?91,2501.50 per box. SQUASH?50c. per basket. FRUITS. MELONS-$15.00<330.00 per hundred. BLACK HER UI ES?8c. per quart. WHORTLB11ERR1ES-SiROc. per quart. APPLES?Northern. $5.0o<at>.00 per har? ret. LEMONS?$4.00 per box. , la ? . |>KACHES?Nono. ? ? Qv LIMES?$1.00 per basket. ?'' ^i. IM NE APHIjKS?IO'ji 12c. BANANAS?Per bunch. S0c.5TJl.50. COCOA NC TS?100 to bng, $3 00. CAL1EORNA ORANGES?Mcsslna.$4.60: seedlings. $3.0??T3.25; navels. $4.tKXti4.50 per box. . GROCERIES. FLOUR?Market strong: spring wheat, patent, Jl.fiu: winter wheat, patent. fl.L' 4.30; winter wheat, half patent, il.w): win? ter wheat, best straight. $3.S0; winter wheat, choice straight, $3.70; winter wheat family, $3.60; winter whear, fair to good grade's of extra, $3.40; winter wheat, super, 50.10f.i3 25. MEAL?Per bag 100 lbs.. $1.02; *h) lb. bags, 1'Cc CO KEEK? Steady: Java 24Q25C.; do. Laguara, l??T13c.: cholco Rio. lUW?lH<jc; prime, do.. 104T10V4c.i fair, do., 8*i?SVsC.| common, do.. 7%<fSt4c. CHEESE?Large lull cream, none; small full er am, b'v. SUGAR?Market very firm at the ad? vance. Out of town prices dependent on delivery rates to different points: Cut Lnaf, 8.10; Patent Cubes, 6.73: Powdered, 5.73: Extra Eine Granulated, 5.73; Eine Qranulatcd, 5.60; standard Granulated, 6.60; Confectioners' a, ."> is: Keystone a, 5.10: American A. 5.1-': Centennial a, B.10; California A. 5.01; Fr&nktln B, 4.98; Key? stone B, 4.91; American II, t.v5; Centen? nial u, 47N: CaJ fornlu lt. 4.7.1: Ernnklln Extra C 4 titi; Keystone Extra C. 4.1X1; American Extra ?', 4.51; Centennial Extra C, 4 is: California Extra C, 4.18; Frank? lin C, 4.4S. SYRUPS AND MOLASSE? ? Market firmer at the advance: syrup, good to rhoir?, loTi;?: lower Brads syrup, L'tri?: molasses, Porto Rico. !0*J'2Sc.; molasses, Cuban, none: New o-l'.itu, fair to choice, 16 to 36; common. 12 to 14. PROVISIONS. BULK MEATS?Market steady strong: rib sides. $5.1SfJ?.25; belies, eastern, 1>\J\! 551c.; bellies, western BViV?T?c. hams?Sugar cured, w ?. DltV SALTED JOWLES?Ic. PORK PLATES?ll&c. MESS CO UK?old >s.75. HAM PORK?Per barrel $10.00. LARD?Pure butchers'. In tierces, 6V?<i Stic.: compound tierces, IT^c; iO-lb. tubs and 50-lb. tins. Vic mere. WOOL AND HIDES. WOOL-tltntislicil, ||c: bulky. S to Te. leas: washed wool 25c: blnck. 12Vjc. to 16c. HIDES?G. 8.. iH: Kresn. ?7*; dry not. 14; dry aalt. 11 Vi: damaged 7. SALT fish. HERRING?Now North Carolina cut. In Eastern, barrels, $3.75: mullets. 100-lb. kegs, $3.75; spots, 100-lb. kegs, $3.75; mack? erel, fat No. 2, $23.00. FRESH FISH. Spots, per pound, 5c; croakers, per pound 2c Taylors, per pound, 3c. large rock, 'per pound UVfeC.; pan rock, per pound, 10<g)12c.; shad, nono. SHIPPING REPORT. Forela? atitl < oh*iw1?o. ARRIVED. June 21, 1S'J9. Br. stmp. Anerley, Sherborne, Wil? mington, Del., to load. Amn. Stmp. S. T. Morgan, Anthony, Richmond, light. Sehr. S. B. Marts, Holloway, Balti? more, light. Sehr. David Carl, Korvin, Baltimore, light. Sehr. Beulah Land, Knowlcs, Balti? more-light. Sehr. Chase, Garrett, Baltimore, light. CLEARED. Nor. stmp. Peter Jebsen, Hansen, Tampico, coke. Sehr. Annie Mitchell, -, New York, lumber. Sehr. Eva May, -. Boston, lumber. SAILED. Br. stir.p. Tropic, Barber, London. Sehr. Twilight, Lane, New York. Sehr. Thos. L. James, Pierce, New York. Sehr. Fred Gowcr, Gower, Newport Newa. Sehr. Eddy, Thomas, Baltimore. The British steamship Canada. Tay? lor, in at Capes, from Rio, for .Philadel? phia, ALBEMARLE AND CHESAPEAKE CANAL. NORTHBOUND. Slmr. W. B. Rogers, merchandise, North Carolina to Norfolk. Stmr. Virginia, towing. North Caro? lina to Norfolk. Sehr. L. J. Marvill, lumber, North Carolina to Baltimore. Sehr. Hulda, shingles. North Carolina to Hampt ui. Sehr. Allee Cory, shingles, North Car? olina to Baltimore. Large Confidence, lumber. North Car? olina to Baltimore. Stmr. Thos. Newton, merchandise, North Carolina to Norfolk. Stmr. Spring Garden, raft of logs, North Carolina to Norfolk. Stmr. Col. J. C. Hill, towing, North Carolina to Norfolk. Purge Portsmouth, aeh logs, North Carolina to Norfolk. Stmr. Curtln, towing, North Carolina to Philadelphia. Barge Villanova, lumber, North Car? olina to Philadelphia. Barge Edward, lumber. North Caro? lina to Philadelphia. Barge Skuylkill, lumber. North Caro? lina to Philadelphia, Stmr. w. H. Rogers, merchandise, North Carolina to Norfolk. SOUTIIUI ?UND. Stmr. Bramble, light, Norfolk to North Carolina. Stmr. Col. J. C. Hill, light, Norfolk to North Carolina. Slmr. W. B. Rogers, merchandise, Norfolk to North Carolina. Stmr. ('. w. Pettlt, merchandise, Nor? folk to North Carolina. Captain R. Jenkins left for Peters? burg list ni??ht to take command of the yacht Pocahontas. NOTICE TO MARINERS. Branch Hydrographie Office, Norfolk, Va? June 21, 1 S0f?. RHODE ISLAND -NARR AG AN S ETT BAY. Notice Is hereby given that the sec ond-class red and black horizontal striped can buoy, established May 15th, to mark the sunken schooner Addle N. Anderson, in the Western Passage, NarTagansett Bay, Rhode Island, has been discontinued, the wreck having been removed. Very respectfully, R. (>. EITLER, Lieutenant. U. S. Navy, in charge. NEW YORK?NEW BALTIMORE DIKE POST LIGHT, Notice Is hereby given that, on June 16, 1S99, tills fixed red lantern light, importers of a Laroe Lot ?OF FIRST-CLASS? SPUN OAKUM J. M. JORDAN &, CO., . .Water strict ana Roanoke Dock. near the southerly end of the dike, easterly side of the main channel ot tho Hudson River, westerly side of Hotaling Island, was discontinued. By order of the Light-House Hoard: FRANCIS J. HIGOINSON, Renr-Admlral, U. S. Navy, Chairman. V. P. SNOW &. CO., Real Estate Agents, 236 Main St. New 8 room house, Camp avc.. Atlantic City Ward. 8 Lots corner Th'rly-flrst street and Lewlllan avenue. Park Place. Cheap and on easy terms. 10 Lot and House and Lot near High? land avenue. Brambleton. Price, J-.'aij Easy terms. iluuse and 3 Lots in Riverside Park; easy payments. lelS-tf H. C. HOGGARD & CO.. REAL ESTATE! & RENTAL AC 1.NTS. *? RANK STREET. THUM' 149. DWELLINGS l ROOMS. 363 Chapel st., B1104 8. Kelly, 7 rooms. rooms. ? I tT.W. ni7 W'itloughby av.(18 Eight-room Cottage V I B. Highland, J15. | at (le an Vw ?200. vi Holt St., $35,00. Ofllce. Bank, $10. 574 East Main. $10.00. lUS Bermuda st., S-M. STORES. C?fi and "US Water street. 4M and 407 Church street, 64 Commercial Place, ? Bank street. FOR SALE, Nico house on Duncan avenue at cost. Church street property, well located, Lots in Iluntersvlile, Brambleton and Norfolk. Partus well located, on easy terms, or will trade for city propi rly. Fine Lois for Sale AT A BARGAIN on Hamilton, Ward. Duncan, Franklin and Martin Avenues (West End Land Company) Prices from 15150 to $1,000 one-fifth c ish; balance - on time. H. L. PAGE & CO. Real Estate Agents, _22 BANK ST. HARD WOOD ! IN CAR LOAD LOTS Jn**t Recelvecl? j The best for Wood I leaters, seasoned or green. Deliver any quantity. CHAS. E. SCOTT & CO. 200 LOVITT AVENUE Old Phone Ml._New Phone III? PQGAKONTAS GOAL We beg to call the attention of the I public that we are Miners' Agents for ! the Celebrated ! Pocahontas Steam CoaB. Geo.W.Taylnr & Co Wholesale and Retail Dealers ..i ANTHRACITE p and BITUMINOUS U 61 GR AN BY STREET. YARDS?Central Wharf. SHIPPING PIERS?JJ. & W. R'y Co. i Norfolk and Lambert's Point, j 'Phones. 34 and 1-7. LInd plaster"! Wo have Just received a fresh cargo of :he celebrated RED BEACH LAND PLASTER, recognised as the best in the world. No better fertilizer known for ':se of PEANUT GROWERS. Only a limited amount of the piaster ? an be Secured. Place your orders early before tho stock is exhausted. Pocahontas Steam Coal A SPECIALTT. Dry Pine and Oak Wood OF THE BKST QUALITY. ALL SIZES ANTHRACITE COAL. i'BOMPT DELIVERY, FULL WEIGHT AND MEASURE. No. 150 MAIN STREET, Norfolk. Va. F=. GR A INI DY H2. RORNOKE DOCK WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN HAY, QRAIN, ST RAW ?AND? MILL FEED Largo stock on hnr.d and In transit. SELECTED SEED OATS AND SKtai, BYK IN STOCK, NO. 1 TIMOTHY HAY ALWAYS ON HANI). IRWINS EXPRESS CO 2l8Wa!er St., Fhone 6,Either Phons Wo haul anything to and from any? where in th* three cities. Special facilities for hauling Safes, Boilers. Furniture and Pianos. Lots filled and Cilins wanted. _ a i C i i on sales I IIIS KAY. By the .Morris Auction House, 44 Wash* melon Street, Opposite Now Market. TRADE SALE OF Clothing, Shoes, Notions Sc. At our auction rooms THURSDAY MORN UNO, June 22, 000 pairs Men's Wo? men's and Children's Shoes, 600 Coats, Punts and Vests, Men's und Youths' Suits', 100 dozi-n Rnlbrlggan Shirts and Drawers, Ladles' Skirts, Hosiery, Gents' Furnish? ing Goods. Overalls, Jumpers, &c. 8old In Int.s to suit the trade, without limit or reserve. Je21-2t R. R. MORRIS. Manager. ai ? iion ?Alikm -rnrcritK hats. Dy 11. L. Rage & Co.. Auctioneers, No. 23 Rank street. IN ORDKR TO WIND UP THE AF fair.-i of the INVESTMENT RUILD ING COMPANY, we will sell at publlo auction, to the highest bidder, nt tho Nor? folk Real Estate and Stook Exchange No. 236 Main street, Norfolk, Va., on Wednesday, June 28,1899, AT 12 O'CLOCK M., the following property?to-wlt: i-t. That certain frame house (contaln Ing 6 ro ans) and lot situated on tho north s'de of Princess Anne avenue, be tweell Hanson and Maltby avenues. Hlzo of lot 23 feet by $2 feot. 2d. That certain lot situated on tho north Bide of Princess Anne avenue, be? tween Hanson and Maltby avenues; size of lot". 22 feel by V0 fort. 3d. Thai certain lot situated on the east side of Hanson avenue, ass feet from tho iiorih Side of Princess Anne avenue. Size of lot W feet by 113.8 feet. TERMS:?One-third Cash; balance on.j and two yens, with 6 per cent. Interest, secured by deeds of trnsl on the property. Deeds of trust to be drawn and recorded at the expense of the purchaser, il. L. PACE X: CO. Auctioneers. Jel7-10t FOR REKST. RESIDENCES. October 1st. ]*:?:?. Three new Rouses, Ghent. Desirable housa In York street. 131 Yarmouth, corner house. 127 Charlotte street, 7.' College PluCC. 133 College Place. Posses inn at once. Large house Cainbei iand street, !?! Holt street. 10 North st i. el. Hute street, nenr Doush, It roomu Good house with large yard o:i suburbs. Several desirable houaus Atlunlte City. For further Infurmatlon 'phone 505, ? 11 tie & go., Estate and Rental Alien! s. CORNER BANK AND FLUME STS, WHITE c3c CO. REAL ESTATE AM? RENTAL AUEN? NO. SI HANK STREET 250 Holt, 12 rooms.$<cm*? :i2.> Hute, i) rooms .gj.,1.0 in Walke; s rooms .s?ji.od 84 Marlin r, 8 rooms .21,01 113 Wood, 10 rooms .iO.Ki 331 Charlotte, 6 rooms,. lg.tt) 1103 Weal Drambloton nve,; S rooms.: .,? ;?.?'; Dunmore, lu rooms.V"0 East Grace at. 7 rooms .ifi.67 :SS Rerinuda. S room i.: i< i North st. 7 rooms .wo 126 Kelly ace.. 0 rooms.i ,ri [133 York st.. 12 looms . 41 'i 63 Franklin nve., 8 rooms .:?:??.; 30 Drown st.. 7 rooms .24,i*| :r. Drewer dlw a rooms .2. :::is Pule st.. 7 rooms . 17.>;> 12? \Valko st., S rooms . 20.v0 105 Lovltt uvc, 9 rooms .25.00 \'j room h >uso on Ohio Creek . 20'U Lots of flats. Offices and Stores .n all put la of tho city. We have roIt ages nt Ocenn View and Virginia l-'.ieh f_r rent. Come early und get your cho re. RLHOVAL NOTICE. H. C. WlLLIfi?iS k SOP RENTAL AGENTS, ' llavo removed lo room 9 Talbot Build ' in^ fioiu No. 173 Main street, where liny will be clad to nice; their old friends and muko new ones. Special attention given to the collection oi rents. If you huvo vacant property 1st with us. Vehicle in attendance. W. R. FEN TRESS fi SON, General Rail Esl3l3 mi Rental Agnli 18 DANE STREET. SECOND ri-OOK. FOR RENT. DWELLINGS. I STORES. House on Graydon] Ghent. 1134 Church strmt. House on Olney Road, Ghent. ?>?> Drown street. 84 Falkland st. 80 Shield St. 3:> Dartmouth Si pt. 1st Nicholson gl. Large building cor. Water &. Madison. 1?" Kelley avenue. GUI E. Draiubleton. 12 Proby's Court, ave. .".:'l E. Main street. 160 Bermuda street.; 720 W. Draiubleton 23 Smith street. ? ave._ T. F. Rogers, ROOMS 211 AND 212 COLUMBIA BUILD. 1N?, GKANBY STHEET. BTORPJB. Five story brick store No. 45 Commercial Place, possession January 1st, 11)00. Store No. 7'j Commerce street. Warehouse loo Water streeL Siore No, 376 Uute street. Waieboiise Scs. 41 nnd 43 YVood.slde Lane. Store No. 1C Nlvlson street. Stores Nos 2G7 nnd 26? Water street. Offices: Granby, Hnnk and Commerce sts. I Storo 270 Water street. i)wir:.:.iNOst Dwelling No. C24 Iiuto street. Dwell ng No. 265 Rute street. Store and dwelling corner Cumberland and Nicholson streets. Dwelling Pool street. Dwelling No. 25 North street. ; Three new dwellings on Ynrmouth street. Dwelling No. 222 York street. Dwelling Oln?y Rosd. Ghent. I Flat No. 44 Washlnton streeL Flat 29 Granby street. Two rooms with bath, Granby strest. byrd. baldwin & co.. KE.M'Ali aokji ??*?? KIIO'IS 51 I ND JI IIAlOllM. !0\ HI It HIM., 441( A > ??T STKK1X FOR RENT. DWELLINGS. H Cocci'a. $9. HS E. M-iln. ?20. 132 Maple, 312.W. 427 Corprew, 17..>0 136 Maple. 112.50. Mnbrv Arch, Ghent. 1100.00. Warren Crescent, Ghent. 150 00. Warren Crescent. Ghent. 150.00. 21 Cecelia ave, 19.50. ROOMS. 7:0 Church. 14.60. 725 church, 15.00. 729 Church, 14.60. ;00 Granby, 110.00. 110 Falkland, 16.60. STORKS 161 Church, 130.00. 331 Church, 140.00. 337 Churchy 140.00. S>2 Bank. 140 00. 65 Commercial, 175. 300 Granby, 125.00. 314 Granby, 110.00. OFFICES. Warehouse and of? fices cor. Water nnd Fayctte. 1S3.34 105 Granby 115.00. 217 Main. l\0 each. West Building, cor. Main and Church. Haddington Build 731 Church. 14.50. lng. cor. Oranby 1 Cecelia, 11.50. I and City Hall ave.