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REVIEW OF MARKETS FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL Stocks, Money, Exchange, Bonds, Grain, Cotion, Provisions, Etc. New York, July 11.?Tho slock mar? ket strikingly demonstrated Its Inherent strength ugnln to-dny, with a practical recovery of yesterday's losses- Closing prices to-dny were only slightly below those of Saturday and In some excep? tional cases sharply above. The only conditions In winch any change had tnkcrt place were purely technical. These were the elimination of a weakly margined long account and the creation of a short Interest. London began to sell stocks In New York at the opening to-day us it did yesterday, but instead of coming upon a large account of nearly exhausted margins, as was the ense yesterday, the opening decline in? vited buying to cover tho short con? tracts put out yesterday. The buying from this source afforded the principal support to the market In the early deal? ings. It was practically marked in Sugar and the New York Traction und gas stocks, which suffered most se? verely from bear raiding yesterday. By the time this short Interest had been covered the market came to a stand? still, the bulls apparently lacking cour? age to push their advantage In face of the continued stiffness of the money market, which held quite firmly about tho legal rate of call money. Shortly before noon, however, a de? termined buying movement developed in the great trunk linen, and, with oc? casional intervals of dullness, con? tinued for the rest of the day, spread? ing from one group to another until it embraced pretty much the whole list. The agreement among the trunk lines to restore rates on grain to the sea? board was apparently the cause of the origin of the buying in that group. St. Paul's increase In gross earnings for the first week in July of 8203,822 prompt? ed the buying of the Grangers. The high rate for call money was Ig? nored and very large amounts loaned on the Stock Kxchnnge at t! tier cent The rate eased off to 4V4 per cent, at one time, but rose again to 6 per cent., the demand apparently continuing hu ge for the Increased supply available. In? terior exchanges continued to run against New York, but yesterday's con? traction of loans bad apparently left the New York bnnks in an easier posi? tion. Demand sterling in New York only held firm tinder the stress of the high rate for money in London, but Sterling Exchange In Paris and Berlin advanced sharply and discounts were easier nt those centres. Long sterling in New York weakened an additional fraction under the sales of futures, bnsed on the expected outward move? ment of merchandise to begin in a short time. Among the speolnl points of strength in the late stock market were Texas nnd Pacific, which rose to 23. nnd later tho whole Southwestern group. Wall street hnd a rumor of n contemplated merger of Wabash and Missouri Pacific to account for the strength of those stocks. Northern Pacific also Bcored a brilliant advance, recovering more than its dividend, which was tnken <>rt to? day. There was a simultaneous ad? vance In Tennessee Coal, Cohn,ado Fuel nnd American Steel nnd Wire, which rose from 2 to 2?t, and also Chesapeake and Ohio, Cleveland, Cincinnati. Chi? cago and St. Louis and Lake Brie and Western preferred. After a fractional reaction on professional profit-taking prices were marked up again to near the best in the closing dealings. Bonds rallied somewhat from the early weakness in sympathy with Stocks, but are generally slightly lower on the day. Total sales par value. J2.O8O.00O. United States 4s, new. registered de? clined He. and the old i s. registered I4i<:. In the bid price, The toml sales of stocks to-dny were 395,538 shares. New York, July 11.?Standard Oil. email@example.com',t. NEW YORK STOCK MARKET. F '0% Atch'son .20',fi| Atchl.son pre. .. lil'-J 33al. and Ohio .. 47' Can. F'acllle _!i7 Can. Soul hern . S3 Con. Pacific .... S2 Ghea. and Ohio L'S" Chi. und Alton 150 C, R and Q _i:XK\ C and E I . 7.1 C and E I pie 121 Chi. G. W. . H'j C. I and L . ?i. C, I and L. pre 40 * C and N W _100 C and NsW, pre IP6 . C C C and St L I8<4 C C C and 81 L, pref.!W,i.. . Del anil Hudson 123U Wabash, pref , 22 D, L and VV ,...l?(il W nnd I. K .... g.fel D and It f| .21% \V ?ml L B, pro 21', D nnd It Q, pre 75 I K\I'll ESS i.< Erie (new) . |3*4 Adams Ex.m B (new) igt pre 517 I American Ex. ..137 Ft. Wayne .1^4 U. S. Ex. 17 Ot. Nor., pref, ..170 Wells Pargo ...125 Hocking Val. - Illinois Central .U?wMISCELLANEOlTfl pref. St, L and 2d pref.371; St. 1. and S \V 13% St. L and S \V, prof.3(s: St. Paul .131*9 st. Paul. pref. 174 St P and 0 _1 ?i St P and O, pre I7S St P M an I M So. Pacific .MK S.u. Hallway . So. R y, pref. T and P . Union Pacific U P. pref. ... V P D nnd <; Wabash L E and W .i><*j L E and W, pre 7.V-, Lake Shore .2"<? Ivouls. nnd Mash 71 Manhattan "L" I1?U Met. St. K'v ....221 Mich. Central ..Ml Minn, mid SI 1/ Si'i. M und St L, 1st pref.90?-i 2do. Pacific . 4G% Mobile and I in 0 M. K and T .... 12', M, K and T, pre 3t\ N. J. Central ...117 N. Y. Central ,.187?j N Y, C and St L 13 N V. C and St L, 1st pref.CS N Y, C rmd ... L, 2d pref.32 N and W .20\ and W, pref. 70\ A <'ot. Oil .39? A C O. pr< f. ... 92 Ant er, spirits .. 6'i A S. pref.29 Amor. Tobacco t<7 A T, picf.N2 Con Gas .P3 Com, Cable Co. 179 C, F and I . 46 C, F and I. pro 103 Gen. Electric ..U7"i Haw, Com. Co ? K IX T .,.U5?4 int'n'l Paper .. 42 I P. pref.78 La t ii de * las .. :.i Lead .29<4 [>ad, pref.112 * Minn. 1 ron .... ? Nat. L'n Oil .. 2>4 Pacific Mnll .... 17 People's Gas ...117",. Pullman Pal. No. AmoT. Co. .. llvi Silver Cor No. Pacific . 4:>-k S It and T 77'J Sugar. No. Pacific, pre 77'^ Sogar. r/\ o and W . 2fj? Sugar. 1 ref. Ore K. nnd Nav 7j Ore. Shore Line -- P O, 1st prof. .. 84 PC. 2d prof. ... 57 Plltsburg .IM Reading .80*4 Kending, 1st pro ?1 RGW . 33 R G W. pref. .. 78 Rock Island ,.,.1164) ?x L and 8 F .. 10U Et. L and S F. .. 70% 70? .. fi2 ..IIS T C arid I . ll S, Leather l S. I>.. pref p. s. Rulibei p. s. ft , pr< f. West. Fti'on . Federal Steel F H. pref. A H and W .... r,:\ A S and W, pre 951Z Con. Tob. ?'o. .. 4e-" C T C, prof. '? ' BOND MARKET. New York, July 11, 1SS9. United Stairs 2's. registered .101 Halted Slates 3's. registered . loSft United states 8's, coupon . I09','i United States nrw 4*8, registered ? 120 United Slate.* n. -.v 4's, coupon .. .v... 130 United Slates old 4's. registered .... 112 United Statoa old 4's, coupon .112W United States B's, registered .v.... 112U United States .vs. coupon . 112' District of Columbia 3-C6's . llu rvirgiilfa. centuries . 85 ?Virgin:a deferred . NEW YORK MONEY MARKET. New York. July 11.?Money on call, steady at i'.'tiG per cent.; last loan. 4 per cent.: prime mercantile paper. 343*4 P'-'i" cent.; sterling exchange, heavy, with actual business in bankers' bills nt J4.87@-1.87W for demand, und nt 84.84% 04.84% for sixty days; posted rates, 84.85!??'?<4.86)6 and $4.88@4.S8V4: commer? cial bills. S4.S:iVi: bar silver. 60%C.; Mexican dollars, 47%c; Government bonds, easy; State bonds, inactive; rail? road bonds, easy. NEW YORK PRODUCE MARKET. ] New York, July 11.?Flour?Minne? sota patents, f3.SC<8>4.00. llye Hour,] quiet. Corn meal, easy. Rye, steady; No. - Weatern, <Mc. Wheat?Spot, easy; No. 2, 40e. Oats, spot, quiet; No. 2. 29Vie. Reef. Hi in. Cut meats. No. 2, 29 %c. Beef, firm. Cut meats. Ilrm. Lard, firm; Western, $550: re? fined, steady. Fork. firm. Butter, steady: Western creamery, J.H'iloVjc, State dairy, 13',jSj 17c. Cheese, Arm; large white, B%c. Kggs. easy: State and Pennsylvania, lf.'/itft lf.c.; Western fresh, lT.'rj lr.ijc. Peanuts, firm; fan. y hand-picked, 5%fiJ>G%c; other domestic, ?iv-'o 5c. Cotton-seed oil, firm. Spot coffee?Rio, dull and nominal; No. 7 ln? voice, 6c.; No, 7 Jobbing, 6%c; mild, quiet: Cordova, Sift 13c. Sugar?Raw, easy; fair refining, 3 29-32c; centri? fugal, Oiutrst. 4 7-l0c: mousses augur. 3 2j-32c; refined, firm. TRUCK MARKET. (By Telegraph to Vlrglnlan-Pllot.) NEW YORK.. Potatoes steady; Southern Aids. 11 CO 4T3.00; Long Island. $2 00?J3 00; South? ern seconds. $1.WTrl - 75 Muskmelons steady for fancy, but poor ?lock neg? lected and low. Watermelons In heavy supply and lower; not many brlnplnj' freight charges. Muskmelons. North Carolina, per ernte, 75o 01); do per basket, 60c.4fll.00; do Charleston, per basket, 75c.0S2.00; do Florida nnd Georgia, per crate, 31-00472 00. Water? melons per car load, $76?L">0; do per hundred, $6.00(5 20.00. PROVIDENCE, R. I. (Quotations from Win. S. Sweet & Son): Potatoes. $3 00<5 :t.2.">. Cukes, SLOOlt l.M) per barrel. Totuntoes. J1.00fii2 00 carrier. Pros? pects ahead arc excellent and we advise liberal shipments. BA1 -TI MORE CHAIN M A1! K F.T, Baltimore, July 11.? Flour, quiet; un chnnged. Wheat, steady; spot nnd July. 74fft7P,io ; August. 74%tj>74%c.; September, 7C%?70%c: Southern hv sample, 70??75%c. Corn, dull; spot anil July. 37%($3Sc.; August, Si94038c; Sep? tember. 3Sc hid. Oats, dull and easier; No. 2 while. 31%?32c. Rye. steady; No 2 nearby, 5Sc asked; No. 2 Weilern. Clc. CHICAGO MARMOT. Whrat. Corn. Oats. Provision?. UM, Short Hl.? Et', Chlcngo, July IL?Midsummer dull? ness prevailed on the Board <>f Trade to-day und lluclt.uiions in nil commod? ities were norruw In consequence. Wheat closed unchanged, corn un? changed, outs ',4c. lower and pro visions BQUQc higher. Tue IraJluc futures rangi'O .is follows* Open. High. Low. Clo.s. Whont No. 2? July . 7i'-i 72 71>!) 71% Srpt. 7:i V?'-i 7'J::? 73 Lee. 71!. 7o'.i 7 IS 7C Corn No 2? July . 53"h 33% 33% Sept. 33% 84VS 83% 83% Dec.. 13 3JS 33 On I* No. 2? July . 2U'i 23'i 2.1'i 23% Srpt. 20^*? 20% 20% 2014 May . 22% 22% -'- 22'.* lieu I'uri, per barrel? July .8.65 P.7*. 8.65 S.75 Sipt.t>.!;0 8.0214 8.82% 8.90 Lai d pc." 100 pounds? Sept. . ... ...... 5.40 6.40 6.87% 6^40 " Gel .6.42% 5.42% 5.42% 4.42% 6le>i t R hs. per hu pounds July .5.02% 5.On 6.02% 5.05 Sept.6.15 6.IS :..I2' ? ."..I". Oct.6.15 5.17% 5.15 6.17% Cash quotations were as follows: Flour unchanged; No. 3 spring wheat. 70?71%C.; NO. 2 red. 72','0 74c; No. 2 corn, 34c: No. 2 oats, 24?24%c; No. 3 white. 25(j>27%c.; No. 2 rye, 68?59%C.; No. 1 llax seed. Me., now. $1.01%; prime timothy seed, f J.4r.; mess pork, per bbl., $S.luf(tN.7.'.; lard, per 100 lbs.. 86.17%?! 5.30; short ribs .- d. s. (loose) JLOfifff5.15; dry t=alted shoulders, (boxed), 5%65%c; short char sides, (boxed) S5.25tfj5.30; whiskey, distillers' llnlshcd goods, p tr gal,, $1.20; sugars, out, loaf, unchang? ed. On the Produce Exchange to-day the buticr market was weak; creameries, lS";.'ii ISc : dairies, 114( 1 ;">%c; ciiee.se, firm, S%tfJ9c. NAVAL STORES. Wilmington, N. C, July 11.?Spirits turpentine Arm, 40c. and 40%c. Rosin steady and unchanged. Crude turpen? tine Hi in and unchanged. Tar lirm. 81.35. Savannah, Go., July 11.?Turpentine firm, 40c Rosin lirm and unchanged. Charleston, s. C, July 11.?Turpen? tine firm at 30c. Rosin (Inn and un? changed. The Cotton Markets. NEW YORK COTTON MARKET. New Vork, July II.?The cot ton mar? ket opened barely steady nt a decline of l to 3 points, and ruled Irregular and generally weak. Prices reached a loss of 12 to 14 points as compared with yes? terday's closing prices. The decline was nrrested by covering, in the early aft ernoon the feeling was very much un? settled on nccount of bearish crop ad? vices, notably the weekly government report, which made H--> appearance at 1 o'clock, indicating that the crop had made very good progress in central ami eastern portions of the cotton belt, al? though Injured to seine extent by in? sects In parts of Mississippi nnd Geor? gia; that outside of the flooded region in Texas cotton Is doing \\o!l and fruit Ing. ex. opt in scattered localities. The most bearish feature of the report was the statement thai In 13 counties in the southerly half of Ilia Brazos draln nge bcsln the l"ss resulting from the tl.1 Is estimated at only one-third to half Ihe crop. As most of the report:" reached here have claimed the lo,:s of the entire crop In this section there was an active selling movement following the government statement. Good par? ties were seen to be buying, however, when the market war about Its weak? est. The English advices were unfavor? able and dislodged considerable long notion in the morning. Wall street houses, to a pood extent, being the buy? ers. But in the afternoon selling was <iutt? general, Including n full propor? tion of cotton for Wall strcetcrs, Al Ihougli the market picked up n li:'.lo Just before the clone, local sentiment wns very much unset lied. The cles2 was steady ut 11 to 12 points net de ?llnc. < New York, July 11.?Cotton futures opened barely steady, July, G.60; Au? gust, 5.03; September, 5.6G; October, 5.72; November, 6.76; December, 5.80; January, 6.84; February, 5.s<; March, 5.92; April, 5.94; May, 5.98. Futures closed steady; July, G.'iO; Au? gust, 6.63; September, 5.55; October, 5.62; November. 5.66: December, 5.71; January, 5.76; February, 6.79; March, 5.S2; April, 6.86; May. 5.89. Spot closed steady, unchanged. Sabs 1,312 bales. New Vork. July 11? Cotton steady: middling, 6 3-l0c.; gross receipts, 2,606 bales; sales, 1,312 bales; stock, 152,169 baits. Consolidated: Net receipts, 13,373 bales; exports to Great Britain, 7.S26 bales; to France, 4,511 bales; to the Continent, 14,986 bales1. Total sine- September 1st: Net re celids, 8,270,203 bales; exports to Great Britain; 3,460,097 b:'les: to France, 786, 953 bales; to the Continent, 2,755,861 bales. NI W OULBANS COTTON MARKET. N"\v Orleans. July 11.?Cotton futures steady: July. 5.5805.69; August. 6.4101 P.4;t; Sept,.!!)!!,-!-. 5.3505.36; October, 6.36(75.37; November, 5.3805.39: De? cember, 5.4305.44; January, 5.4605.47; February. 5.4905.50; March, 5.53<j|3.34. LIVERPOOL, COTTON MARKET. Liverpool, July 11.?4 p. in.?Cotton, spot, fair demand: prices steady. Amer? ican middling. 3 ll-32d. Tin, srlcs of the day were 10,000 bales, of which 5nn were for specula? tion and export and Included S.!i00 bales American. Receipts 6.000 bales, Including 5,700 bales American. Futurt s opened quiet but steady, with a peor demand and closed quiet. American middling: July, 3 18-8403 l9-64d buyers: July and August. 3 1S Pid . buyers; August an'' Se,i?e,nber. 3 17-6403 is-nd.. sellers; September and October, 3 16-6403 17-64d.. sellers: Octo? ber nnd November. :; 15-6403 16-64d.', sellers: November nnd December. 3 l."> 64d sellers: December ami January. 3 14-6403 15-64d., buyers: January and February. 3 15-64d.. sellers; February and March, 3 l5-?4<f7>3 16-64d., buyers: March and April. 3 16(54*13 17-64d., sell? ers: April and May, 17-64d? buyers: May and June, " 18-64d? sellers. Norfolk Cotton Market. Norfolk. V.l.. July 11, 1S99. 1599. IK'S. Tonn .Nominal. Nominal. Good middling.'.'-10 Middling .6 6ft Low middling .5?4 .*> 11-16 Good ordin try .I 1-10 Bales. Bales Sales . 36 4? Receipts . r..".7 16S Shipments . :'3l 321* Stotk . 35,979 16,240 COTTON RECEIPTS Thro. Local, Total. Norfolk Carolina .. ? >> Southern Hallway .... 213 SOS 557 1 Total . 213 311 111 A MONO OCR COTTON MEN. Tho cotton belt Is having tine weather| for development of crop. Bar silver, London, unchanged at 27T,d., against 27'id. lust year. Liverpool future contract market closed steady?half point decline. Future <.tract market in New York declined 10 to 11 points, but nl ?S0d steady?August. 5.5305.64; October, 5.6205.63; January, 5.76. Spot cotton was steady at unchanged prices; sales, 1,312 bales. 1'. S. port receipts yesterday were I 2,717 bales, against 3.326 bales last | year. August contracts in New Orleans de-| dined 10 points, closing at 5.41. The live leading Interior towns naval received 1,891 bales during the halt | week, against 1,653 last year. The stacks have decreased M.42S bales, against loss 2,129 last year. RICHMOND STOCK MflRKET. Richmond, Va , July II, Pt>3. Rid. Ask. Hid. Ask U S 1*8 .113 A C L A_.Iii i In U B S's .I0S%109% A O I. it ....1.7 I2jj STATE SEC. RP&I' i '.in . N C4's.107 RF&P Com II" N C U'a . I " Dlv Obi i;:7'~ Va 3':; . 8 So Ry pid .. 51 " Va Ccn'a ... &5H S5',4;So Ry com . n CITY SEC. jO & A pi I .. ?...' . GS ltich'8 S's ..132 G & A com . 30 Rlch'd ?'3 ..115 OSAF pf,| ..:?!?,'?.?'.. Rlch'd i's ? I!.", ?? 2d pfd .. Rich d 4's ...105 j " < !om ... It. K, BONDS. Nor S: Ry .. 63 -A-&C 1st 7 s iM^jHO ??? \.\1-; STUCK A&C g'd 8's lol'a Title Tt. CO, :?? CCA A ex 5'.i IClttxou's ex. In'. 23 CCAA 2d 7's City .301a Clnl'a 1st 6'a First Nat . .!? ', GS&Fla 5's F9 Mere Nat .. Pot Cl A 6's 115 Metropol'h . 24Ja I'i t Cl H 6*S 125 Nat bit Va .10? 112 R&M 1st 4's 85 90 Planters Na ! . S A & M ;. j Pot S* I < o So 1st B'S ...108 . Security .. .Ill wxc ist 6's State .iit i;o m6a pr 5's IOC i i nlbn.123 <;.>. \ con's iioo'.&ioi'/i Vn Trust C r:i N s Ry .n>7 lOSH Savings .. .. :??? KTrnc v.s ..pi.; h t ? S i? lit 121 NftW 4 pr et D4?4 .-.' N'SUR. COS Sot St Ry'6's V F ? M ... 10 i; It STOCK. I Vn Htuti .... .' -, n A' a <*.12"> I MISCELLANEOUS. C & O . -''i A in Tob pfd 140 X C I " ???? ;'' N As W pfd . 70 ? Va-Cn-c:.pf V,:\'\:\ Com ... 7J;i 73 10 On. nnd Ali pfd., @66; 85,000 Va, Cen? turies, 6S5%; registered. NORFOLK MARKETS ror Oraln. iluj, Grocsries, Provision Sc. niinlntliiimm wlliili'wiilfi l'rtce?. im l?M* ??Iiier Ue ?l'iieit. iiml ;,iiim'h ;,rc ? iiltj??cl to nnei um Ion in miirhel. GRAIN, DAY AND RICK. CORN ?While corn, from si i.e. .|7.<.: mixed corn, from store, 45o.; whlto oats, from store. 38c.. mix* d oa I MILL FEED?Markci steady; bran, per ton, $10.00; middlings. ir,'..S<? per ton. OATS-Steady; mixed, White. 37c. HAY?No. 1 Timothy Iray, car lots.lu'-ic.; ton iots. 16c.; mixed hay, car lots, I4($c," loll lots. flic. millich RICE?As to grades??Vi to C'jC. ROUGH RICE?65073c. per bushel. pea NETS A.\'i> peas; PEANUTS?Market firm; fancy, 3\c ; atrlctly prime, . .... prime, 3%c.; coin mon /-Sc.: Spanish. 81.00 poi bufthcl, PEAS Ulackoyc, nominal; black, 81,00 per bushel. COUNTRY PRODUCE. POULTRY? Live, steady: chickens, old fai.S7? spring ohlckcns, small, steady, at U'u.M-c: lo:^-. 20025c; ducks, mud, 20>". EOGS- ?t at lie, per dOSS n, BUTTER?Good country, 11014c, COUNTRY 11A MS - 8tcnd> . Smlthflcld fancy, 18015c.: Virginia country, 1001213c gooil North c.ue.lwn:; ? ?. POTATOI5S? Southern new.JI 5O0'2.OO per barrel; Northern, white, $^.1- if2.25 per bag; new sweets, llayman, ?Oc.?8I.O0 p<.r bar? rel; yellow, 11.0001 -.">. NP.W PEAS 50075c, Jer basket. CUCUMBERS?50075c. SNAPS?00075c. per basket CABBAGE?Sl.5002.00 per crate. ONIONS?$2.73 per bo.fr. HKHMI'IM |2.00 per box. TOMATOES?$I.2f ?1.76 per box. SyUASH?O?c. per basket. FRUITS. ME!,ONS-!(''i per hundred. CANTBLOPES?$2.50 per barrel. BLACKBERRIES?708c per quart. WIIORTLKIiKRRIHS-S'ii'Jc. per quart APPLES?Northern, S?.l/Oyo.?O per bar? rel. LEMONS?t3.00tfi3.60 per box, , , I'KACHES?None. LIMES?31.00 per basket. PINE A PP1 <ES-lOii 12c. BANANAS?Per bunch, R0c.t5rJl.E0. COCOANUTS?100 to t>nc. $:t.00. CALIFORNIA ORANGES ? Messina $4.00; secdlngs, S3.00?3.25; navels. $l.O?tfl.5o p? r box. GROCERIES. FLOUR?Market steady; spring wheat, patent. $1.00; winter wheat, patent, $1.200 4.30; winter wheat, half patent, Sl.oi); win? ter wheat, best straight, $3.75; winter wheat, . holce Straight, $3.CO; winter wheat family, $3.55: winter wheat, fair to good grades of extra, <o.40; winter wheat, super $3.10$?3.25. MI?AL?Per Lag 100 lbs., $1.02; 90 lb hau.:. 9Cc. COFFEE - Firm: Java. SPfi2?<:.: do., I^guara, 12CP13c.: choice Klo. lovu lice.: prime, do., tOOlOUc.; fair, do., S9*44fl>Vic; common, do.. 7-7i'"*1jc CHEESE?Largo lull cream, none; small fun en nm, 1094c SUOAR?Market steady at the ad? vance. Out of town prices dependent on delivery rates to different points: cut Loaf, G.I0; Patent Cubes. ".7.".; Powdered, 3.73: Extra Fine Granulated, 5.73; Kino Granulated, 5.00; Standard Granulated 5.60; Confectioners' A, 6.48; Keystone A, 5.10: American A. 5.10; Centennial A 6,to-, California A, ?.oi; Franklin it, 4.68; Key? stone Ii, 4.91; American it, 4.S5; Centen? nial It, 4 7->. California B. 4.7;i; Franklin Extra C, 4.66; Keystone Extra C. 4.00; American Extra C, 4.31: Centennial Extra C, 4.48; California Extra C, 4.48; Frank? lin C. 4.4S. SYRUPS AND MOLASSE? ? Market firmer at tho advance; syrup, good ts choice. 20023; lower ttrade *yrup U'TTlo: niolasseB. Porto Rico, 20<fi2fe.: molasses, Cuhnn. none; New Orleans, fair to choice, hi to 3G; common. 12 to 14. VROVisioNa. BULK MEATS?Market strong; rib sides, 594c; bellies eastern, 6T?'u 594c: hollies, western 5V44T5%c HAMS?Sugar cured l'.'ulllic DRY SALTED JOULES?40. PORK PLATES?4 Vic. MESS PORK?Old JS.75. HAM PORK?Per barrel Jln.eo LARD?Pure butchers'. In tierces, 6%fjl 614c; compound tierces, 49ic: So-lb. tubs, and CO-lb. tins, 14c. more. WOOL AND HIDES. Wool?Unwashed. iSc.: bulky. 3 to 7e. less; w.ished wool 2ic : blark. 12V,c. to 15?. HIDES?a. S. 717: preen, 0%; dry Uni. 14; drv ?alt. llVs: damneed 7. SALT fish. HERRING?Now North Carolina cut, In E IStCrn barrel ^. $4.<K>: Potomac, gross, $3.00; m?lleis. ico-lb. kegs, $3.7.": spots, 100 lb. kegs, $3.75; mackerel, fat No. 2, $23.00. FRESH fish. Spots, per pound, 6c; croalters, per pound, 2c. Taylors, per pound, 3c, large rock, 'per pound 12!?e.; pun rock, per pound, 105; 12c; shad, nono. SHIPPING REPORT. Toreicn and <'m>?i ml?r>. July 11. ISO!). ARRIVED. Sehr. S. M. Bird, Gilbert, Boston, light. Sehr. Henry D. May, Douglass, Now York, light. Sehr. John B. Carrlngton, Anderson, New York, buhl. Sehr, lei ward Smith, Scare, New York, light. Sehr. Samuel Holmes, Evans, At? lantic City, light. N. and W. tug No. 2, two bargee, New York, light. CLEARED. Nor. simp. Sauna. Wahberg, Tnm pieo, Mexico, cargo. Br. stmp. Inchlsla, Holllwell, Ham? burg, phosphate. Tug Teaser, Haley, Nassau, N. P., ballast. Sehr. Moonlight, Cranmer, New York, lumber. Sehr, f'has. G. Joyce, Wheatley, Suf? folk, light. Sehr. Engte, Meek I ns, Suffolk, light. SAILED. Itnl, stmp. Gitta ?Ii Palermo, Bruno, Genoa. Sehr. John M. Drown, Robinson, North Carolina. Sehr. Nettie Champlin, Kendnl, New buryport. Si hr. Amelia llcirn, ditchings, North Carolina. Sehr. George Griff, -, North Car? olina. ALBEMARTVE AND CHESAPEAKE CANAL. N( ?RT1TBOUND. Stmr. Gra< e Titus, light. North Car? olina to Norfolk. Stmr, llnrblngor, merchandise, North Carolina io Norfolk. Stmr. Juniper, raft of logs, North Carolina t" Norfolk. S< IUTHBOUND. Stmr. ManUtee, towing, Norfolk to North Carolina. Sehr. Oakland, light, Norfolk to North Carolina: Sehr. W. H. Mitchell, light, Norfolk to Nbi th Carolina. Sehr. H. ::. Ritter, light, Norfolk to North Carolina. Sehr. Th H. B. Ilnnvn, light, Nor? folk to North Carolina. Sehr, Right Bower, raft gear, Norfolk ti> North Carolina. Stmr. Samuel Kodes, light, Norfolk to North Carolina. Stmr. Ctirtln, towing, Philadelphia to North Carolina; Barge .1 T. Pears >n, light, Philadel? phia to North Carolina. Barge M. N. Saylov, light, Philadel? phia to North Carolina, Barge Vellanova, light, Philadelphia to North Carolina. Barge L. B. Tucker, light, Philadel? phia to North Carolina. Barge Pennsylvania, light, Philadel? phia to North Carolina. Lighters Nob. 4 and 10, light, Norfolk to North < 'arolinn, Stmr. Lucy, light, Norf.dk to Noith Carolina. importers of a Large Lot ?OF FIRST-CLASS? SPUN OAKUM J. M. JORDAN &. CO., Wllfr Direct and Koanoko Dock. F=. GRAN DY ^'?2 RGHNCKE DOCK WHOLESALE AND RETAIL HAY. QRaFn.STRAW ?AND? 7VYIL-L FEED Large stock on h.ind nnd In transit. SELECTED REED OATS AND SURD RYE IN STOCK. NO. 1 TIMOTHY HAY ALWAYS ON HAND. ROOMS 111 AND 02 COLUMRlA BUILD I.NU. GllANHY BORBET. 8TORB8. Flvo story brick store No. 45 Commercial Place, possession January 1st, 1S0O. 8toro No. 79 Commerco street. Warehouse 100 Water ntrcat. Store No. 37C Ruto street. Warehouse Ne?. 41 ana 43 Wood.tlde Lane. Btor? No, 16 Nlvlaon street. Stores Nos. 2C7 and 269 Water afreet. Otllt cr.: CJranby, Hunk and Commerce, sts. Store 170 Water street. mvic*.i.j recta Dwelling No. 207 Dnko Street. Dwelling No. 105 York street. Dwelling No. 275 York street. Dwelling In Mottu Block, (Hu nt. Dwelling on Warren Crescent. Dwelling No. 218 Bottsh street. Dwelling No. Boush street. Dwelling No. 77 College Place. Dwelling .No. 107 York street. Dwelling No G24 Bute street. Dwellings In Mottu Dlock. Ghent. Store and dwelling corner Cumberland and Nicholson streets Dwelling No. 25 North .street. Dwelling No. 232 York stree.1. DwelltllS Olnry Itofd. Ghnnt. Flat No. 44 Waahlnton street. Flat l.i Granby street. Two rooms with bath, Granby street. Abbott Monis. wi W. Marshall. In any part of the City. Sold Cheap and on Easy Terms. GOOD RENTAL PROPERTY FOR SALE Cull next week. 158 PLUME ST. MORRIS,. MARSHA!.!, X CO., Southern States Phone SSI. Lots and Cottages for salo at Ocean View and WillOUghby Beach. BYRD. BALDWIN & CO., KE.\TAI, AflGX I'.dOHS 33 ANOsI II A ?J> t \?JT4?\ 1: a I 1 i> 1 s <., U 11A > 1; 1 ST II K KT, FOR KENT. DWF. LUNGS. 731 Church, 14.60. .?? Granby, $to.?o. 1:0 Falkland. 16.50, STORES. 68 York, $41.67 -2 York, $11 1.7 108 York, SU.'... 369 Fn eniason. .?11 c7. ?;- ' $ >r]9\. 77 k 1 lkland 822.50 ?'' 1 "??otl J21 Falkland. $12.50. 26 Chiirlot b 2"> North. i.u 00. Water, $43.31. 136 Maple. $12.60. *" . '? Mab ry Arch. Ghent, i??c,,u/ch.i tww <]?? AO Hni.k. it" 00. Wan ri Crescent. '; ' < '?""l"yrc'a'-. Ghent 85000. granby. 826.00. Warren Crescent. *!l a*HJ&faJl!%* Ghent, $50.00. Warehouse and of. P. CO.MS. Hees cor. Water and Fnyctte. 8S3.34 436 Highland. $7.<H <<>S Granby $15 00. Front, A. City, $8.00. 217 Main tin each 710 Church, $1.:*. IWesi Buildlnt 719 Church, 81.60. TL-.", Church, ?i M. T'.'.-, (Church, 85.0 '. 723 Church, 81.60 Main and CllurcH. Ilnddlngton Uu.i.i Ing, 1 or. Granby anil C.lv Hall avu. Fine Lots for Sale AT A BARGAIN on Hamilton, Ward, Duncan, Franklin and /Wartin Avenues (West End Land Company). Prices from $150 to 51,000 one-fifth cash; balance on time. H. L. PAGE & CO. Real Estate Agents, 22 BANK ST. RCriOVAL N?TICB7 H. G. WILLIBP1S & SO)!, REM T AL AGENTS, Have removed to to m 9 Tal hol RiSUi)- ! 1 lug from No. i7lMihi nr;-,:. wh.-r-. m, > Will be clatl to meet their old friends nnd I tnuko now ones. Special attention given i to the collection of routs. If yoti !iav<! vacant property 1st with us. Vehicle In I attendance. ? WHITE cV GO. REAL ESTATE AND RENTAL AOENT NO, 31 HANK BT RE ET S69 and 37:1 Bough, s rooms, Oct. 1st...$30,00 ' lilil'V, t' lO.jlllS. :,".(>) 15 Queen, 9 rooms. :;.',.".) : ":!?> II ite, '.< rooms .a?.w i oi Mm Inor, 8 rooins .23.09 851 Charlotte, 6 f boms, . l?.OJ t'...t West Bra mbl< ton ave.. * rooms_20.03 Last Grace at. 7 rooms . 15,67 . North st? 7 rooms . 20.00 | v? Franklin ave.. >> rooms . 1 30 Brown St., 7 rooms . 2 17.'. Brewer st.. 9 rooms . 2 v.'S Rute St.. 7 rooins . 17.00 105 Lovltt ave.. 'J rooms .r.? on 20 Arlington Place, :> ro ims.20.00 125 Mariner, 7 rooins, Oi I. 1st.25.fl>i i ll7 Mariner, s rooms, August 1st.27..ri0 2;.". Umk. 8 rooins, Oct, 1st. l 193 Bute. 9 rooms, ? 1st.37.60 ; 869, 371, :.7S Boush, K rooms, Oct, 1st... 80.00 :t: > Boush, 8 room*, Oct. 1st. 27.00 I 33 Queen, 5 rooms; Oct; 1st.5 Twenty-eighth st , Park Place. : ! 156 Bermuda, 15 rooms, Oct. 1st.33.33 61 Fenchtirch, a rooins, at once. 2t.??! 367 Granby, 8 rooms, Oct. 1st. 24 Dartmouth, 9 rooms .30.01 .,: Hum I m ivi am . s n.oo'.i. 20 c.wTgram <Boi Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants, NORFOLK, VA. No. 19 Front Street, Atlantic City FOR SALE I i FIRST-CLASS GRAIN AND IT AY" SHIPPING BUSINESS, Has a large nct'.vo Trade WILLIAM SIMPSON, S13 Citizens' Hank Building, Norfolk. Va. COBB, BROS. & CO., BROKERS. 153 MAIN ST., opposite Atlantic. Hotel. Execute orders In cotton, grain, either on mat gin or buy and sell outright, l'rlvatc w:ro to New York. Chicago and New Orleans. Correspondence solicited. tnj-27-eod-i.C AUCTION NALEM-t'B I CKK DAVH. liy tho Morris Auction House. 44 Waih-i nig ton Street, Opposite New Market. 17? INB CASH REGISTER AT AUCj J-1 TION!?We will sell, by order ofl Special Commissioner of Court, at nurl auction-bouse THURSDAY MORNING,! July 13th, at 10 o'clock, one line self-addlngS Cash Register; cost $200.OO Hale positiver Jyl'-lt*_R. R. MORRIS, Manager. By John C. Nlemeyer, Auctioneer. Special Commissioner's Sale of Desirable] Suburban Real Estate io Scottsville, Near City of Portsmouth, Norfolk County. Pursuant to a decree of tho Circuit | Court of the Countv of Norfolk, rendered! on tho 2Sth day of June. 1S'.'9, in vacation, I In the chancery cause therein depending, wherein John B. Huuheson nnd others | are plaintiffs and Virginia Avcry and hus? band and others are defendants, tho un dcrslgned, as special commissioner ap? pointed by said decree, will proceed to sell at public auction, to the highest bidder or bidders, in front of the Courthouse door in the City of Portsmouth, at 12 o'clock m.( on MONDAY, tho 17th day of July, 1899, tho real estate mentioned nnd described In tho bill and proceedings In said cause, of Whl< h Mary Aim Huteheson died, seized and possessed, consisting of those certain traits or par. 1 Is of land situated at Scottsville, m ar the c!ty of Portsmouth, in Western Branch district, county of Norfolk. Virginia, nnd located on tho west .side of Scott's Creek and on the north side of Glasgow street extended, and about one hundred and ten feet, more or less, north from said Glasgow street extended, and hounded on the north by the land ol* the heirs of John Shea, de ceascd, on the east by Scott's creek (said laud extending out to the middle 01' said creek, or us far Into sa'd creek us the law allows}, 011 tho South by land uf \V. It. llouKhton, Joseph Owens and Alexander Hulclieaoii's estate, and on the west by }l Spurkmnn, Grant, Rogers and Shea. Said <| tr.n.1 containing about four acres, mere Ol? lis-. Also a small triangular lot or parcel of land located at the Intersection of North street ami the old Scottsville rend, Willi ll said land h:is bom surveyed and platted lino streets and building lots Uy V. o. Cavsell, Jr., surveyor, ami will be ofl'er. d for sale in lots or parcels an shown upon said plat; > TERMS: One-th rd . of purchase im,10 y 10 b< paid in.cash, one-third in six months ami one-third In twelve months \\ from the day of sale, the del irred pay? ments to be ovldcuccd by bondh of the purchaser or purchasers, bearing In.crest at the rate 0' six per centum p t annum from tli<; date "i said sale, and title to said properiy lo be retained until tho whole of the pun base money shall have been paid, Tho houses upon said lard to he insured by mild special commissioner at tin- co>t ol tin* purchaser or purchasers thereof, from said date of sale, or the purchaser or purchasers^ or any of tin in may elCCI t.> pay tho Whole of the pur Ihaso uiom y in cash. WM. N. PORTLOCK, Special Commissi tier. Blate of Virginia, County cf Norfolk?to wit: I. L. M. HI'verter. Ciuk of the Clr.-ti I Court of Norfolk County, do hereby cer? tify that the biir.i1 rt?|ulr0d .n' the K|l elal commissioner by the above mentioned do cr< e has in i'ii duly oxeculcd. Witness my hand this. Ihfi f.lh day of July. IE90. I. M. SILVESTER, JyS-tds. cie;k of Court; \\T R. PENT RKSS .'i SON, GBNER >> . AI. It BAL KSTATB AND Hl X TAL AGENTS, IS HANK STREBT, SECOND FLOOR. FOR RENT. D\> KI.I.INGK. sr. Dartmouth ?11-1 t. Hoptemher 1st. 220 WlllQughby nvenue, October 1st. 417 Put ? ?tl set, October Int. 1 ii u ood sir- . 1. 'M l:iown .-licet. m Folklanri str< et, 30 Shields -!l . . KM IWmudn street. L"i Smith street. 47 1 lalvpft Direct. Arlington place, October 1st. STORES; 131 Churoh streot. 2'.7 Nicholson street, 1 BCI ay liu Idiug, cor. Water and Mud Iron. Livery Stable, cor. Church and . PI.ATS. 12 Arlington place. 125 Kt-liy avenue, 71S W. Brambleton avenue. 12, 11, 10 and IN Taylor's lane, V. P. \ CO., RiMl E3talo Agents, 2?P Wain St. New S ioe:.. heu.-?;. Camp nve'., Atlantic City Ward. v Lola corner Th'rty-flrsl slreft and I.evvilian avenue. Park Place Cheap and on easy lerin . i" Lot and House and l.oi near High? land nvenue, Brambleton. Price, S2,UO.i. Easy tei ins. M use .>-.'i 3 Lots in Riverside Park; easy payments. . .|ei>-tt FOR RENT. RESIDENCES. October Ml, 1S3II. 270 Rule Street. 10 and IM Duko street. 142 I 'like si 1 e, 1. 4t7 i?nto su 1 et. Three in w llous.1 s, Ghent, Desirable housa In York street. ISO Yarmouth, corner Hull. lij Mariner. 180 Bermuda street, 125 Mnrlni r ?tre< I. 127 Mariner street, Granby street extended. 01 Holt street. Dcslrabl ? house on Rule strict, IS roams (tillable for-boarding house. 3.'2 Rank Firrel. J7". Bank itic. I. 2 Houses on Highland avenue. Rule street, near Doush, 16 room?. Good house witii large yard on suburbs. Several desirable houses Atlantic City, Eor fume: Information 'phono 5C.'>. W. 11 TRICE & CO., Agents. CORNER BANK AND PLUME STS. H. C. H0GGARD & CO., UtAi, ESTATE & RENTAL AGENTS, S? BANE STREET. 'PHONE 74?. PWKtMN'OS r ROOMS. SC2 Chapel St.. 8 jl04 S. Kelly, 7 rooms. rootn?. I $7.00. 317 WUloughhy av $!S Eight-room Cottage VI E. Highland. $15. I at Ocean Vw, $200. M Holt St.. J.'-?en. 'Office, 20 Rank, $10. 574 Lam Main, $10.00. ISS Bermuda st.. J.o. STORES. 2<W and 20S Water street. 434 nnd 407 Church street, 65 Commercial Place, 9 Rank street. EOR SALE. Nice house on Duncan avenue at cost. Church street property, well located. Lots In Huntersville. Brambleton and Norfolk. Farms well located, on easy terms, or will trade for city orooerty.