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Review of the Markets; Shipping
News; and . Real Estate Business."
Stocks, "Money, Exchange Bonds, Grain,
Cotton, Provisions, Etc.
Now York August 10.?The stock market
Uvus strong: and active again to-day, and
cftcr a briet period of hesitation and re?
action, after ihe publication of the bank
statement, new buying orders in n few
conspicuous slocks lifted thc-m to the top
level of thu day. There was some realis?
ing at other points under cover ot this
tblddltlg up ot prices, and a few weak
spots made the market rattier Irregular
<U *ho close. Yesterday's vigorous up
?wr.j-d movement allracted quite a large
volume of buying orders to the commis?
sion houses and the tone of the market
*ar?3 thus strong from the opening. The
weekly reports of the various trade and
commercial agencies und the Increased
carnlnRs oC practically all the railroads
reporting helped on the upward move?
ment. The organized buying in Lculs
Jcillo and Tennessee Coal continued in
evidence and Central Pacific was bid Up.
(Southern Pacific, In spite of huge deal?
ings, was held back by profit taking and
chows only u modest net i:.iin on Iho day.
Louisville roso an extreme and Ten?
nessee coal shows a net gain of SVfe. Tnk*
flnirs of St. Paul were- on a very large
tseale and were accompanied by rumors i l
?an Intention to declare un extra ?Hv dend
Cn the stock. Other stocks notably strong
?wcto Norfolk and Western common and
preferred, the common gaining l%. Pa?
cific Coast common and b< i ond preferred
rosn 1% points each. Hocking Vultey pre
ifcrred,iAtchlson preferred, American Cot?
ton Oil, National Blccl preferred, Wire
end Steel preferred and a few oilier
clocks ithow net gains of a point or
over, fin the other hand. Sugar. Brook?
lyn Transit, the Tobaccos and some of
the sti-el and iron stocks Were lindl r some
prerviuro and losses nro shewn hero and
there in the railroad list in stocks whli i>
W.'ie only lightly dealt.
The bank statement was rather pus
isllng in that Iho deposit liabilities were
mot Increased by os much as the cash
:nnd loan increase. lt<u the smallncss ot
th? changes lefl little ground for anxiety.
After a momentary hesitation, traders
decided 10 take iho optlmtsU'j view of the
statement.! Southern Paclllc collateral l's
when Issued w< re- taken In large amounts
tat a gain of t per cent.
Bonds have been Wss active relatively
than during Iho week, and price move?
ments have' been Irregular. '1 lie specula?
tive issues generally ar,- higher.
V. S. iie-w l's coupon have advanced 'S.
and new It's, old l's and 5's u per cent,
la the. bid price.
Tlio total sabs of stocks to-day Were
Z93.&X* shares.
New York, 'Aug. 19.?Standard Oil,
t.6r,@4.66.
Iowa Cent. pr. i:*6S'.'.".;; V.
k v p anda.... iv* '}-L'
a. m nmi w .... vi
NEW YORK stock' MARKET.
^Atchlson .22% Texas and Pn .. '-'-'i
Atchlson, pfd .. BS% Union Paclllc ... i%
Bnl. and Ohio 52%]U. I', prcf.78%
Can. Pacific .... 97 Wabash . 8
Can. Southern .. 54W Wabash. prcf. .. ?Bl?fc
Central Pac.60% w and i. is _ 10%
.CllCt. and Ohio., us-.. \V und I. E, 2d
Chi. Q. \V.15-; prcf.Hl',4
<C. B. and Q ...l.i?e, w is. Central . .. 15%
C, 1 and 1j . t) j KAPItttSg Cl?S
C, 1 tiid L pro 40 A,,.,ms.,|3
^!V?i:i'.'2 we'.Vs i.-;;,^:.-:.^
c?S 1st p"cf .I! 43UMISCEM.ANI50BS.
C s' 2<i prof it Airier. Cot. Oil.. 43%
Del and MudSOM24*AI A R O, pref. ... M%
D I* and \V ....n5%|Ainer.?M9ll!ng ?
a.V and Hi; .?>% A M. pr< i.'??
B and it a Pref.?t? | ?$ ft ^iilW
Kri::.?iM?v!^?f:?::^^:'?V,l;^,^:l;,i,s " 2P
Ol. Nor., pref. ..P.> Mfm ' flteel HooV) SSli
Jloekil.g Co.il .. Nlt'Vll ;r '
Hock Hg Valley. 26% ? I ?', w
Illinois Cent.,.i .11? \A I XV ;?:.'. . ,
Iowa Cential ....1!'_- Amer! T nl'lai ?- ,
pref.90
Tobacco..121%
i'-iIV shore' l,reMiui Anaconda M C '?*,7
l'oul^.^ind Nash">j.: g K ^?........Ig?
Manhattan I. ...UtftJcon Tol.?> ... >?'*
Met. St. R'y ....206 con Tob., pref... 07%
3Mcx. Central ... loVil Federal Steel .. 59%
Minn, and St, i.,.. ,r,,i St. l prcf..
M and Si L, pre 07%'fJen Electric ...123
Mo. Pac.49%joiucose Sugar ?? 6?
iMobile and Ohio t.:i<;in Sic-.ii prC.lOt)
Id k and t . l- i int'n'l Paper . .. WA I
at, ic and t. pre i. p. pref. . 7t>',i
N. J. Central ...P..", l^clede Gas _571 <
N. y. Central ..ma Not. Biscuit .... 4S
N and W . 24% N.i. Biscuit, pro 101%
tiji " j?Jd w puu Katlonil l/tad .. M',1
No. Paclllc .64% Nat, Lead, pr . II! .
No. Paclllc, pre. 17% National Steel .. 9H
O and \Y . ^.'^ N:,t St el pref.. S8
o u and N .... 41 N Y A B .l?3
O Band N, pre 75 North Amer. ... !2H
l'ennsylvnntu ... i i I'aclflc Coasi? 45%
Heading .?2? P C. 1st pref. .. S5
Reading, Jst pre >dp c. ^d prcf. ... (i^'j
Reading, 2d pre 13% paclllc Mall .... 47^
R O W .-- P. S. Car . :?.?>?..
R ii W. pref. .. 78 Pcoplr/n Otis ...l:--4
Bl. 1> and S V ?? Wft P S C, pref. >:"...
di. U und S V, Pullman Pal. ..I5S
1st prof.70 S it and t . >'a
Si L and S b\ Sugar .150
2d pref .7SV4 Sugar prof.120
St. Ij and 8 W.. it', T C and i .95-7
St. L- and S \V. U. S. l.eathci .. :??
pref.80V P. ^. U. Pri i . .. 74??
Si. Paul .1.11:,jl'. S. Itabber ..
So. Pacific .-io'i P. S. it. pref. ..115J4
So. Railway _ 124? Westen: Pn'.on . ss?..
Sj. R'y pref. .. 6Pa|P- C >' and St I.
BOND MARKET.
New York. An*. 1?. ISF9.
United Plates '.'*. registered .i
T'nlted Slates It's, r gi. l-r-d . !?>'.
United siaf s 3's. coupon. Wi .?
United Stales new l's, rcg?*tcr< l
United Stau s new ^'s. coupon.
United States old 4's. registered .n-''2
United stai.s eiti l's, coupon .
United Staus v.. registered . nc.
United States 5'B, cou|m)h . ill's1
l?istrlct of Colliltibla 3-im'.s . 117
Virginia Centuries . f.'.'.
Virginia Deferred . j
NEW YORK MONEY MARKET.
New York. Aug. 19.?Monej on call
easier ut L'^i.-'j per cent.; jnsl ban. J'j
percent.; prime mercantile paper, 4VKl
6 per cent.; sterling exchange steady,
with at mal business IP bankers' bills
at 4.Sti>.|<fi i.sf.1-. for demand and at
[email protected]\4 for sixty days; posted
rates, 4.83^04.84 and i.87?r4.87%e.;
commercial bills, 4.S1V4<9,4.81?4; bar sil?
ver, 60?.?; Mexican dollars, -IS;, State
bonds, inaetive; railroad bonds, titrong;
Government bonds, strong.
BALTIMORE GRAIN MARKET.
Baltimore, Aug. 19.?Flour quiet, un?
changed.
Wheat firmer; spol and month, 72%
d?7^'ii,c.; September, 7:i-\,(fi : Octo?
ber, 74%?75c; December, 77",c. naked;
Southern by sample, 65?73c.
Corn firmer; mixed, spot and month.
3fi-"-i((i :u"sc.; September and October,
8C%(p3G%c.; November <>r December,
new or old, ;i:x-. ; .lanuai y, :.; ?<
?3?4e.
Southern white corn, 40?40%c.
Onts firm; No. 2 white, new. 26Q
2C>^c.
Rye firm; No. 2 nearby, 52?,4?53c.
NEW YORK* PRODUCE MARKET.
New York. Aug. 10.?-Flour quiet, bill
firmer: winter patents. M.i'.o'..
rye flour firm: good to fair, W.OO'ii
$3.10: corn meal (irm; yellow Western,
[email protected] Rye firm; No. 2. 60 f.o.b.j State
rye, 56c. Wheat, spot, strong; No. L' re I,
79c. Corn, spot, strong; No. 2, lie. Oats,
spot, firm; No. 2. 26%?27c. Beef steady;
faniily. S9.50?$tl.00. Beef hnma. $27:
city extra India mess, .*11 (Ti t I5.B0. Cui
Meats steady; pickled bellies, 6?7Uc,;
do shoulders. -: do hams lfi'vie- i.ar.i
firm; Western steamed closed, 55.60;
city, $5.15; August closed, $5.60; nom?
inal; refined, Bteady. Pork steady;
mess, $S.7r>$7 $9.50; short clear, JI0.H5??
$11.7".; family, $ll.0i>@$l2.00. Putter
firm; Western creamery, 174921c.
Slate dairy butter, 14<jH8%o. Cheese
firm; largo white, 9%c. Kggs (inn-,
State and Pennsylvania, 17018c; West?
ern fresh, ungraded, 12016c. Potatoes
quiet; fair to prime, SI.60081.76; fancy,
82.00082.26; Southern. $1.50082.00.
Cabbage steady. Cotton seed oil, dull,
but steadily held: prime crude nomi?
nal: butter grades. 30031c. Spot coffee,
Rio, dull and nominal: No. 7 Invoice,
5%<\; No. 7 jobbing, C%c: mild, quiet:
Cordova. 9%011o. Sugar, raw. held
higher and firm: fair refining, .4c; cen?
trifugal, 96. test, I 9-lCc: S"s for mo?
lasses sugar: refined, firm; mould A.
5%c.; granulated, 5%c.
TRUCK MARKET.
(By Telegraph to Virginian-Pilot.)
NEW YORK.
Fancy muskmclons meet some de?
mand: stock still mostly Inferior and
pressing for sale at low prices.
Watermelons closed about steady.
Muskmclons, Hackcnsack nutmeg,
barrel. 75c.0$l; do Monmoulh county.
Christina, per barrel, 5OC.081; do Jenny
Lind, 6Oc.0Sl.25; do Hackensack seed.
?I0(frT.'.e.: do Monmouth county, per half
barrel box. 40075c; do South Jersey
Gem and Jenny Llnd, per bid.. 5Oc.0$l;
average, 40?TG0e.; Rocky Ford seed in?
ferior, 25$r40c: <lo Emerald Gem. per
crate, EOSfcCOc; do Gem and Jenny Und,
per two basket carrier. 404760c.
Watermelons, per carload, $7.'.<"i iCO:
do per 100, $70818.
(tlltP''0 IV..nRKtT
Wttiat, Corn. Cits. rrovltltttis. larl. ShorS
I II? Cts.
Chicago. Aug. 19.?Advances of 1%
In September corn, and %0%c. in Sep?
tember wheat were the features of to?
day's trailing on the Board of Trade.
In corn small receipts and large ship?
ments drove alarmed shorts to cover;
In wheat damaging rains in the Nor h
wosl and strong foreign markets had a
similar effect. Oats advanced 140%e.
for September, ami provisions closed
unchanged t" 2%c. higher.
The leading futures ranged ns follows:
Open. High. Low. Clos.
Wheat No. I ?
Sept. 7:'''? 72^^ 72% 72?
Dee. 74'a 71", 74% 74%
May . 77% 77% 77% 77:<4
Ce.-n No. ??
Sep!. ?Vi SC?; 31~i, 82%
Dee. . 2"**i, 2S% 28% 2?*?
May . 29% 30 ?J'. -?TS
Oat-. No. 2
Sept. 20 2,'.% 20 20'4
Dec. )!??(, 20 19% 2"
May . 21% 21% 21% 21H
II??* i'...'.i. per narr??
Sept.!>.;:.". 8.37% 8.32% 8.32%
Oi t.S.45 8.45 8.40 S.IO
Jan .9.7.5 O.tW 9.62% 9.60
1 .:? I l| |N ' I0U I OemU?
Srpt. . 5.23 5.27% 5.22% 5.25
Oci.530 6.35 5.30 5.32%
Jan.6.47% 5.50 5.47% :..47>]
short ribs, per 109 lbs.?
Sopt.6.12% 5.15 5.12% 5.12% i
Oci.:> i7>i .'>.2*> s.17% :..i7?.".
Jan. .."..?J 6.00 4.97% 4.:i7>3
Cash quotations wire as follows:
Flour strong: Winter patents, 3.5O*?3.60:
straights, 3.1O03.SO; Spring specials 4.20:
Sprlnti patents, S.4OOS.70; stra'ght, 2.804?
3.10; Bakers, 2.i",;2.''.a: No. :; Spring
Wheat, 691} 72%; No. 2 red. 7:i'- ,ti71: No. 2
fern. ;>;?'?,: No. 2 Oats, 21"'m2I1,: No 2
white. 23%@23%; No. :'? whin 224} 22%: Ne.
2 Itye. 54: No. ?_? Barley. 344j73S: No. I
Ftnxsccd, 1.08: ncw,l.Cfffl.03%! prime Tim?
othy Beed, 2.40112.45; Mess I'ork p< r hat
re:. 7.t: 1 n o. tier 100 pounds, 5.12%
G .25; Short Ribs sides (loose), 4.95115.25;
dry sal teil Shoulder (boxed). .'>?-??)"."?,:
short clear Sides (boxed), 5.530*5.65; Whis?
key, distillers' llnlshcd geods, per gallon,
?1.215.
On the Produce Exchange lo-dny the
Putter market was firm; creams, 15(7/20;
dairies, IS{ji7.
NAVAL STORES.
Charleston, S. C.. Aug. 19.?Turpen?
tine market firm at 4!ic. Rosin llrm, ?n
chnnged.
Wilmington, N. <".. Aug. 19.?Spirits
lur| ntit'.e unchnnged. Rosin llrni, un
ehi iigcd Crude turpentine llrni and
unchnnged, Tar llrm, $l:>o.
Savannah, G:?.. Aug 19.-*-SnlrP.s tur?
pentine firm, 49%d, Rosin firm, un?
changed.
The Cotton Markets.
N! IW V111: K Gl ?TTON MARK ET.
New York. Aug. 19.?The market for
cotton futures opened quiet and ste >dy
with prices unchanged to two points
hover, after which there wa.i very little
change. Trading was restricted al
most exclusively to the professional ele?
ment, which was averse to assuming
new obligations in the absence of in?
fluential news, or backing from outside
quarters. The Liverpool cables were
soincwhnl disappointing, but nol suftl
ctently so to bring out long cotton. The
crop accounts nnd weather informa?
tion failed to reveal tiny market
changes in the situation throughout
the belt over nigh'. Weekly reports
from New England cotton centres re?
port healthy conditions In all depart?
ments. Like news wea received front
Manchester cut Continental points re?
garding the cloth markets of Europe.
The mni'kct for futures closed quiet
nnd steady, with prlcos 1 to 2 points
higher.
Itattmnted receipts nl the ports to?
day 2.000 bales against 2.582 bales last
week and 1.415 hr.les lest year. This
wee!- 15.000 bales against 14.999 bales
last week and 20,212 hates hist year.
New York. Aug. 19.?CbttOn futures
a petted qulcl end steady. August. 5.50;
Ropti V. r. 6.61; October. -"'.75; Nnvom
ber. 5 7(1: December. 5.83: January,
5.RS February. 5.9,1; March. 5.9"; April
5.99; May. 6.04; June,-.
Ppol closed quiet; middling uplands,
a.1?c.; middling gulf, 6 7-Wc.j sales.
25 bales.
Futures closed on'et nml steady. Au?
gust, 5.50; Setdemb.r. 5..r.7: October.
" 77; November, n.80; December. .".?7;
January. 5.01: F^hrunry. 5,95; March
5 ''(: April. U.Otj May. 6.05; .Tune, C.09.
New York. ?na. 1f>.?Cotto-i nulet;
middling. 1 a-t<t,..; sioetr. 14' boles
Tolftl '.n-day Net reeelpt8, 8.IWB ln)-s:
exports to the Continent. 2.617 bales;
Stock, R5S 121 baler.
Total since Sent ember 1st: Net re*
eelnts. ?;?"-. "in b <ips: exports to <;-e<t
Rrtl tin. r.504.240 bales: lo Franco 7iut..
_>' bnlos; (6 ili"- Continent, 2,845,567
hales.
.Norfolk Cotton Market.
Norfolk, Va.
'.ug. 19, 1S99
.;; eg
Tone ..
Good n
Mldd'.ltl
Low middling
Good ordlnnry
.Quiet.
,..e. 9-16
.4 1-lf.
I'ales.
Sales . ?
Receipts . 15
Rhlprm ti!'; . 211
Steck .20.M0
COTTON RECEIPTS.
Seaboard Air Line .... ? 16
NORFOLK MARKETS
For Grain, ttaj, Orossrlci, Pro/isloi
&C?
4)jnntn?loii??< wholesale Prl??s, nn.
ir?? iiihrr n l?r ? 11?toil, ?ml prtrra are
?mbjri'i to flucttiKtloii III ilirxrkrt.
GRAIN. HAY AND RICE.
CORN?While corn, from store, 47c.i
mixed corn, from store, 4M.; white oata,
from store, BSc.j mixed oats, 3io.
Ml id. FEED?-Market steady; bran, per
ion $18.001 middlings, $17.SO per ton.
OATS?Steady; mixed. 34c: white, 37c.
HAY?No. 1 Timothy nay, car loU.loHc.;
ton lots, 16c.i mixed hay, car lots. 14ftc.;
ton lots, l?c.
MILLED RICE?AS to grados-5% to
'ROUGH RICE?6S?73c. per bushel.
PEANUTS? AND PEAS.
PEANUTS?Market Arm; fancy, tc;
strictly prime, 3%c;; prime, 3Mc.; com
tnon, 2{4if3c. t Spanish, $1,00 per bushel.
PEAS?-Rlackeye, nominal.
COUNTRY PRODUCE.
POU I.TRV?Live, steady; chickens, old
fat, -"-'i'-'"? .; soring chickens, small, steady
a liallc; large. IStjftQc.; dUClu, mud,
20c,
EGGS ? lie. per rinr.on.
BUTTER?Good country, lift He.
COUNTRY hams ? Steady; Smilhneld,
fancy. 13'oi??<??; Virginia country, ItjBPlSUc;
gooii Noun Carolina. t04j)t!&c,
POTATOES?Southern, new. $1.00 per
barrel; Nortuern, white. $2.0002,23 per bag;
new sweets, I layman, $1.3091.70 per bar?
rel: yeltoW, $1.SO? 1.75 per barrel.
SNAP."- o.e. per bosket.
CABBAGE?$1.2? per erat".
ONIONS?$2.0062.25 per bug.
UERM UDA >: 00 per box.
TOMATOES?60075c. per crate.
PRU1TS.
MELONS?Native, $3.54)03.60 per hun?
dred.
CANTALOUPES?$t.00?l.28 per barrel.
WHORTLEBERRIES--".'."..-, per quart.
APPLES?Southern, $1.5002.00 per bar?
rel.
LEMONS? i;.."0(T/3.O0 per box.
PEACHES?Groir.in 131(3:0. In crate.
PEAR8?$3.00tf4.0u per Barrel.
LIMES?$1.00 per basket.
PINE APP1 .ES?lOli 12c.
BANANAS?Per bunch. S0e.1TJI.50.
COCOA NUTS?100 to hag. $:;.oo.
CALIFORNIA ORANGES ? Messina.
$3.0093.50; seeding*. $$.0003.23; navels. $4.03
111.CO per box.
GROCERIES.
FLOUR?Market strong; spring whrat,
patent. $1.50; winter wheat, patent, $4.004j
4.20; winter wheat, half patent, $3.85; win?
ter wheat, cltOlce stralglit, $3.70: winter
whrat, family. $3.00: winter win .it, fair to
good grades of extra. $3.25; winter wheat
super, $2.7503.10,
MEAL?Per bag 1C0 lbs.. $1.02; 90 lb.
bags, !'6c.
COFFEE ? Firm: Java. 24025c.; do.,
Laguara. I2tfl3c.l choice Rio, iu'-/(t il'-e.;
prime, do., lOOlOUc.: lair, do.fl k-Vg&'j.c.;
common, do.. '??*,''< vj"
CHEESE?Largo full cream, none: small
full cream, lie.
SUGAR?Market firm. Tho plan of
selling sugar at delivery prices ims been
suspended f,.r the present. All quotations
Will be made f O. b. No: folk. Cut Loaf,
3.9S; Patent Cubes, 5.73; Pow dered. :',.7:i;
Fine Granulated, 6.09! Standard Granu?
lated 5.00! Confectioners' A. 5.35; Key?
stone' A, 5.10: Centennial R, 4.7:1: Calif >r
u .-. i:. 173: Franklin Extra c, CO; Amer?
ica 1 E::trn C. 4.R.
SYRUPS AND MOLASSE!? ? Marke;
ntin.'r at the advani'o: syrup, good ta
choice, 2l?23e.; lower grade syrup, l?OI5c.;
molasses, l'urio llleo, SOttMC; molassiM.
Cuhun. .ion"; New Orleans, fjlr to cholc*.
.?; to si".: common. 1- to 14
PnoviStoNa
BULK MEATS ? Market steady: rib
sides. s*,c.; bellies eastern, S'Af/OVjc.;
bellies, western, 5%???!.
HAMS?Sugar cured. i:> ??.
DRY PLATED JOWLS- l%C.
PORK PLATES ?"?
MESS PORK?Old, $9.50.
ham PORK?Per barrel, $t0.*iO.
LARD?Pure butchers', In tl- ices. q?:.Tf
ir^,.: compound tierces, 5Vlc.; 8Mb. tubs,
ni.J 10-lh. tins. tin re.
WOOL AND HIDES.
WOOL?Unwashed, *.Je : bulky. 3 to 7c.
:<?.?.?: tv..s!i.-,i wooi Tic : black. I.'ic io l?:
HIDES -';. S . 7't. r.rf-n. <8*il iry fin;.
14: drv ?.alt. II??; dnmnguit 7.
SALT Fl?H.
HERRING?Net* Nortb Carolina cut. ir
Eastern barrets, $1.0-11 Potomac, gross,
13.00! mullets. ICO-lb. kegs, $3.75; ?;.ots. 100
lb. k.-i-.s. tA.-,:>. mackerel, fat No. 2. $23.00.
White Hah, new eptcb, 100 lb. kegs, $2.t.>;;
$0 lb. keg.-, $2.?5; 70 lb. kegs, J-.i".
FRI'SII FIHll
Spots, per pound. Sc.; conkers, per
pound 2c. Taylors, per pound, 3c, largo
rock, per pound laticj; pan ruck, bcr
liound 10012c.; sh 11. none.
shipping reporv.
1'itrctgn ami ' ??? ?' '? ? ???
AUGUST I9TH, 1839.
ARRIVED.
Br. stmp. Btrathmore, Cunningham,
London (Hampton Reads tor orders).
Steamer of Red star Line, repotted
in t tapes 9 n. m- (Bultlmori 1
Sehr. Penokce. S?mmervlile, Catts
kill, N. Y-, brick Itirrlvcd Hampton
Roads 16th).
Sehr. Bayard Hopkins,-. Si tith
<rtn port, ties (for harbor).
CLEARED.
Br. stmp. Inchmnreo, Purse, Rotter?
dam. ( or go, und sailed.
Note?No exports of grain this past
Week.
Albemntic and Chesapeake Cannl?No
arrivals, no clearances.
NOTICE TO MARINERS.
1 No. ico of 1899? New York-)
Branch Hydrographie Ofllco, )
Custom-bouse. )
Norfolk, Vn., Aug. 19. 1899.)
SCOTLAND LIGHT VESSEL-.?No?
tice Is hereby rive., that on or about
August 23, 1899. lighi vessel No. 7,
moored off Randy Hook, on the south?
easterly prolongation Of the axis of
South and Bwash Channels, about
miles si;. % s. from its Intersection
with the nxis '?;' main channel, entrance
10 New Vork Lower Ray. will bo lom
porarily withdrawn from her station
for repairs nnd replaced by relief llgiit
vessel No. II.
Ltghl vessel N? II will show two
tlxed red reflector lights (the sntnc as
l'ght vessel No. 7). one from the fore?
mast 4ti feel, nnd tho other from the
mnlnmnst 50 feel above the sen. The
lights will be visible and l-'j tmu
tlcnl miles, rospectveiy, the observer's
?we if. feet above the sea.
Light Vessel No. 11 has two mnsls,
schooner rigged, no bowsprit, a block,
circular eogework day mark at each
masthead and a straw-colored hull,
wit 11 "Relief No. 11" In Mack on ench
siile.
During thick or foggy weather n 1>dl
or gong win be sounded.
Light Vessel No. 7 will bo returned to
her Station ns BOoit as repairs have been
comblotcd, of which duo notice will be
given.
By ?uder of the Lighthouse Board;
FUANC1S .1 H1GG1NSON,
Renr-Admlrnl, U. s. NnVy, Chairman.
J. M. JOPDArV &. CO.,
Grocers and Ship Chandlers,
Have opened In their new store, south?
east corner '?( Water sti et mid Ferry
Plni e.
1 a l,\ INO SUE THEM.
Stomach
Out of Order?
^g^H?^ Eat, Sleep or Work !
IS
Create nppettte, induce refreshing sleep, and
make work a pleasure. One Tublet, one dose.
Immediate, Lasting, Agreeable. Large Box
{2$ Tablets) 10 Cents. Mutlc id
rhe Johason LeUoratOrles, lac . Philadelphia.
Snclllnfi's Pharmacy, Kotiert F". Holmes
& Co., .1. M. F. Trotter. Wallace & Moore,
Norfolk; Wallace &? Co.. Berkley; Jcroiuo
P, Carr. Portsmouth.
Rick ITf.adactio a nd
dent to n bilious
Di7.7.ineRB. Nausea,
relievo all Ilm troii'u'.?? Inrl
t:ao of tln? syatera, auch a*
Drowsiness, Dlslreaa nflor
ealliiK. Pain iu tlio Bid.), fcd. Willie tb'-ir ii ojt
rcmarkablo buccoss has been fIiowii lu curing
Iler.darhr,, yet Cart-r'a I.ltlto I.lvcr Tilli are
equally valuable ia Coniilipnlinn,curing and prc
TPiitini; lhlsannoylngcx>Mnlalttt.wlillo they ulin
corrcciall dlsordi rs< i lhoalomach,stiuiUlate the
liver and regulato tbfl bowela. Eren if tlicy oulj
cured
Arliothoy would lm almost pricelessto IIiot* who
Buffer from this dUtrussinit complaint) but fortu?
nately Ibolrnoodnoan does nol bud hcro.and i>>n??
?rhootic?try tbora will find these little pitta valtt
able In to niauy waya that thoy will nut bo wit?
ling to du without tlinu. Put after allalcU bead
Jfltliobanoof id many Urea Hint \\wo 1? where
vtoniaho our (jreat boa^t. Our pills ? uro it while
others du not.
Carter's l.lttlo I.lver Pllli ar<? \rr- eiuMI and
Tory ca?y l?i tulie. Omo or two pUla Make a d< so.
Tboy ara atrletly regotablo aim do nol grlpa or
purge, i>uit>v tin irocntloaetlon plcnaoatl who
tuotbeui. lu vialsatSSceuts; flveforft. held
by drut'^iots everywhere, or i-ent by mail.
CARTER MEDICINE CO., New Ycrk,
MR kill to, kallfe,
our Sliiil
Aftrr I Induced !r> f.-y <MrK'A.
KF.TS, I will hover bo without them lu the house.
Mr liver was Ina very bad shape. nod 11.7 Iwafl
afiied and I mi! ctornne'h trouble. Now. since tak
los Cascarcts. I feel One. My wife baiaieo titoa
tbotn with beneficial results for iour klonmeb."
Juii. Ki'XUl.iNG, 1921 CongrOM b-.., Bt. Louis. Mo.
CANDY
CATHARTIC
Rlatsto l l. lli'. tobacco itnl>it.
Sisbscrintian List Onen.
NEWPORT NM:WS, VA.
PHILADELPHIA OFPICK NO. 80D
DREXEL BUILDING, l'i 11 EjAI ?Kl.
PI11A, PA.
INCORPORATKD UNDER THE LAWS
OP Tili: STATE OP NEW JERSEY.
CAPJTALi STOCK, Jl.??O.ofrT
S0,( l shares 7 per crnt. Preferred Slock;
1,030 shares Common Stock; par $25.00.
Offers 4,000 Sliarcs 7 per cent,
Preferred Steck,
Bonus of 'ft per cent, in full paid non?
assessable common stock. Contract for
excavations lias been ii-ven out and work
Is Im inj: inislicd rapidly,
The- foiiowU'K prominent business men
at< Directors :
HON. CHARLES T. O'PERRALL, Rieh?
mi i..I. V.i.
!>r. L. S. PILBERT (Vulcanite Paving
Co.), Philadelphia.
JOHN SCHMIDT (cx-Prcsldent Cray's
Perry Abattoir), Phlladclph a.
ARTHUR B. HUEYi Philadelphia,
Dr. c. w. HARVEY, W nonrth N, .1.
E. P. PALMER, Philadelphia.
J. BELL AUSTIN, Becrctary-Treasurer
Philadelphia Stock EX< hangi .Treasurer.
SAM I KL B. HUEY. Bol'.cltor.
SUBSCRIPTION LISTS OPEN ON
MONDAY, JULY 31, at RANK OF
COMMERCE, Norfolk, Va.
The terms of subscription are :
Pirst?Thht each sUbscribtlon shnll be
accompanied by cash or certified check
fr<r twenty per cenli (20 per cent.) or the
fa, e thereof, and that the residue shall
be payable in InStalmenls of twenty pet
cenl (20 per ceni.) OH thirty days c:lt>)
Written or published liciti.'...
So and Thai all ehecks and cash be
payable to Bank of Commerce, who have
been authorised tu receive and receipt for
ail money paid on account of the stock
in question, and to hold tin- same sub?
ject only i" the order of Newport News
Abattoir company.
Third?Owing lo the fever scare and
general absence of business people duHng
the past week it has !<? n deemed advisa?
ble to further extend cme to prospective
subscribers, and that subscriptions io said
preferred stock Shall close ..t ;? o'clock p,
in. September Ith. I8M, and in tin- event
uf said amount of stock being; ftvi r-.-nb
s. l ibe l previous lo that dale, the r gbt
is reserved to return any money remitted
ii? advanced payment on said preferred
steil;, .i.;d to lot to subscribers a .less
amount than that named in their sub?
scriptions.
l'cr further particulars cull or address
Olll'jtlUle*
?BANK OK COMMERCE.
FOR REST!".
RESIDENCES.
October 1st.
22ft York street.
219 York strt et.
HO Duke street, nrar I'ronnison.
New House Colonial uveitUc.
13'J Varmoutli street, corner liouno.
Frame House on Yai mouth street, fur?
nished,
lit Duke street.
Possession Given at Once,
?toi Bute street.
IN) York street, largo yard In front.
OS Wood .street.
tin.", and 1(07 l.ovctt nvenue.
30? Duke .street. ;
t?i Fonchurch street.
332 Bank street.
117 Kiely stre. t.
332 Hank street.
117 Mariner street.
'.'1 1 loll street. '
Sweial nice houses In Atlantic City.
STORES,
f.*.'. Main street.
621 Church street.
3<H> and 302 Church St., coiner store.
BS3 .Main street.
2ii ?'horch street.
Vi Washington street,
ISO Church street. Il.it above.
For further Information 'phone DCS.
S. TH10E
Utlit
Real listate ami Rental
Agents.
CORP BANK AND PLUME STS.
BYRD, BALDWIN ?5: CO.,
I',i; \ l A 1. a'<1 K7t I >?. BOOMS t N 1? - t
li,\urn ?? i n; i) :>t ?.i..
?,::'.. .IV SI Ki l l.
FOB RENT.
DWKU.iNfis. . 7^r> Church, $t
733 Church, $!.??.
267 York. Sil r,7. 725 church, $1.50. I
ii'j Tascwelt. 5-!T.r,o. ch irch, t-'-.'-n
Colonial avc., Ghent, church, ?1.50
$50.00. 731 Church, SI.60,
22'.? Bute, $00.00. ,i,o Orauby, 110.00.
Colon al uvc. Client, no Falkland, IC.oO.
133 York, f 11 67. STORES.
u-'Oc'l ?\V'?.;?V.";- 32 Charlotte.
102 \\ oc.d, ?20.00, . , irlotte
ACttT?fe? Bn wch?te;
40S Bhimbieton uvc, ^"churchf'ilO.OO.
m v"'!i. tu r- h ' Church. II0.OC.
-? Vo' i - t i e1' ,v- I!:l!1,;'
?North. $20;e. kvarehoM. an*d or
*Sra s-;:rc"n1' $
Client. $.,0'?0. w,._. |,?i|,iiui{. cor.
Imn?. i Main and Unurcn.
BOOM.?. Iiaddlngton Build
H2 Manic 17.00. Ihg. Qranbj
S3 Walke, $12.50. I and C'.ty Hall avo
T. F. Rogers,
ROOMS 211 AND 212 COLUMBIA BUILD
1NO. OHANRV STftKET.
dTOP.EE.
4 new stores on Grnnby iitrci t.
Five story hrtck s'.o:.-- .No. t.'i Commercial
Place, possession January If.1., 13W.
Store No. Commerce etreet.
Warehouse ICO Water street.
Store No. Btilo eircvt.
Warehouse Ni". <i anil (". Woodjldo I.tine.
KtOTs .*-."?. 16 Nlvlaon nlrr?l.
Stores Nos :<".T and S*B Wati'r street.
i 'tit* i it titan by. u-sek ai.<l Commerce at*.
Stora 270 Water street.
t I>Y1 i.v?;h
Dwelling N o. Ii i'orls strei t.
Cottage at Virginia Beach.
Dwelling No. .". Cumberland *tr?r-:.
Dwelling No. iis Krueiuason. street.
Dwelling No. 12S Freemason street.
Dwell in;; No, 59 ? iiarlotte street.
Dwelling No. 2!?7 DUKtj Mrr?'.
Dwelling No. 1?:, York street.
I)welling No. 273 V'-::< street.
Dwelling In .',i"ttu Block, 0)tcrll,
Dwelling on Warren Cr< ifrent.
Dwelling N'.j. 'M Botish utreet.
Dw< i. : .; No. :.. llousli street.
Dwelling No. 222 York streoi.
Dwelling olney Rout. Ulu.-nL
Flat No. 41 Washlnton Street
Flat Grnnby sin l.
Two rooms with bath. Cranby s'reet.
V. P. SNOW & CO.,
Real EstaU ftgonls, 233 Main SL.
FOR SALE?Nine room house on PooIp
ji- t. Atlantic <'it;.- Ward: easy Prats.
House, eight rooms. Thlrllr'.h streot,
Park I lac . . ? w stable, water anil sewer?
age. House ?ii F.-tlKlaiiil street, eight
rooms, large !?'?,. enay terms. Sixty-three
lots in East Brautblcton: must ho sold
at once; price very luw for the lot.
R. GRKNDY
12KOKNOKKDOCK
WHOLESALE ANT) RETAIL DEAL
LB S IN
HAY, GRAIN, SI RAW
AND MILL TEBL).
Large stock nr. hand nnd la transit.
BELECTED REED OATS AND SEED
RYE IN STOCK.
NO. 1 TJMU111V 11 A Y A i.WAY3 ON
HAND.
? TL* I f 23 ?
HOTTiiiBHHPl S WBEi CO.,
'NORFOLK, VA.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS
-1N?
We now have r.n our yard a stock of
freshly mined aiid choice
ANT 11 RAClTG COAL,
Our east tin ts would do writ to place
their orders ami lay in their winter sup?
ply while the coal is dry, fresh iitai clean.
Pocahontas 5tcam Coal
n spi laity. Get our prices before buying
ClSOU hl i e.
Pis;e an \ Oak Wood !
of tho very luvt quality mi tiiis niarket;
sawi i. >i>iit and delivered aa required.
Your orders are respectfully s dlclUd.
Brilligii v lij
NORFOLK, VA.
OLD 'IMIONE8, 5-114 nnd 226
.\ BW 'PHON l ".S. 15 and
W UoteK*Mer> Rnglltti FMasaoad tlraaa.
I EMMVRaV^l PILLS
V^-^V;; ?---! -. MM 'III ?
n
witMri
' In ?iN-,r? hi rarUetltt*, i*?(1.t,-?!*I? ?o?
V CT " f. ?:?.~r ?'er :.%Mt*r ??>. -a-*. ??? mum
'V KOII, i' BO II' Im i.oi?. .*??< funtr
t I.I.I,- ??-.-< knall)??...Un.ttiiit !??,*???.
.. .. PlUI.tUA. l-A,
AUCTION ?ALKM-t-UTUKti DAY*.
of trust to me as trustee dated the
18th day of December 1891, and duly re?
corded In the Clerk's office of Norfolk
county, In Deed Book No. 1P2, page 149,
to secure u certain debt therein described,
default having been made in the payment
of the said debt, and at tiie request of
the creditor therein secured, 1 shall aeli
at nubile auction, at the Norfolk Real
Estate and Stock Exchange. No. 23? Main
street. In the city of Norfolk, on the 2d
day of SEPTEMBER. 1899, al 12 o'clock
in., the followriiK property, to-wit:
ALL THAT CERTAIN IX>T OR PAR
CELi OF LAND ut Lambert's Point Vir?
ginia, designated on the plat of the' Nor?
folk Water Front Development Co. as lot
No. 21, In block No. Gl, fronting twenty
five feet on Forty-tlrsl street.' together
with tlie building thereon. Terms Cash.
WILLIAM II. BALDWIN, Trustee.
BYBD, BALDWIN & CO.,
aulO-!lt Auctioneers.
Wn. FRNTRKSS & SON. REAL
. ESTATE AUCTIONEERS AND
RENTAL AGENTS. No. 18 BANK
STREET, NORFOLK. VA.
FOR RENT.
DWELLINGS.
?CO Rule street, October 1st.
220 Willoughby avenue, October 1st.
22 Illfrli street. October 1st.
23 Arllnr.toi! place, October 1st.
?33 Bute street, October 1st.
?'?Ob Main street, 7 rooms and store.
::i> Brown street.
30 Shields street.
$4 Falkland street. '
23 Smith street.
17 Cnlverl slret.
G03 E. Branibleton avenue.
3 Hamilton avenue, modern improve
in;:,is, October 1st.
STORES.
COS Main street, 7 rooms above.
i;;i Church street,
'.':.? Nicholson street.
71s w. Drainblcton avenue.
Factory Bu Iding, cor. wutcr and Mad?
ison.
FEATS.
7is \v. Bramblcton avenue.
12. 1!. in ami is Taylor's lane.
iiu Lois for Sale
AT A BARGAIN
on Hamilton, Ward, Duncan,
Franklin and Marlin Avenues
(West End Land Company).
Prices from S150 u 51,000
onc-fiflh cash; balance
on time.
H. L. PAGE & CO.
Real Estate Agents,
22 BANK ST.
h. c. wuLiams & soil
rentt l agents,
! ROOM NO 9 TAI.BOT BUILDING. ITJ
.MAIN STREET.
FOR RENT.
[ No. 7!."i Church street, tltintcrsvil'e.
No, 20 i" avenue. HuntcmvlllC,
No IS C avenue llunlersvi.ic.
No. 110 Highland ivehue.
No. -i;'1 Sheldon avenue.
(STORE corner Cool; and divert Cts.
If you hnVc houses to rent call us up
ivcr now phone No. SSfl and >uii will re
t c prompt attention.
RETURNS MONTHLY.
Abbott Morris. w. w. Marshr'l.
CHLL ON
ffis, Barop & mi.
158 PLUME ST.
tor bargains in Real Estate in
any part 01 city. 8 houses
I and 9 lots. Rent for $40 per
I month. Will sell for #3,000.
We also have a few lots at
Willoughby Beach at special
prices.
'PHOftBE 884._
WHITE 3t CO.
REAL ESTATE AND RENTAL AGENT
NO. 31 BANK BT RE ST.
309 and 373 BOUSh, 8 rooms, Oct. 1st...S30.no
in Boush, iooins .:i.">oj
2-> Dartmouth, S rooms .30.00
21 North. S room:; .20.'.'0
421 N Reservoir, G rooms . ?.00
205 York. II rooms .30.00
118 Chanel, 10 mums . 23.10
121 East Clalborne avenue, 3 elegant
rooms .10.00
17.". Brewer, 9 rooms .25.00
East Branibleton, corner Holly and
Excelsior; Kood house and lot . 7.00
818 \V. Branibleton avenue, 6 rooms.. 15.00
New, Hamilton avenue, 10 rooms,
September 1st.$35.00
SS Grace. 9 rooms. 25 00
15 Queen, 9 rooms. 25.00
32S Bute, 0 rooms .35.00
Gl Mariner, s rooms .23.00
?03 West Bramld- ton live. 8 rooms..., 20.00
East Grace St.. 7 rooms .16.67
55 Franklin uvt., 8 rooms .lii.GU
2*js Bute st . 7 rooms . 17.00
;?>.'> I.ovltt nve., 9 rooms . 25.00
125 Mariner, 7 rooms, Oct. 1st.25.00
!27 Mariner, 8 rooms, August 1st.27.50
215 Bank, S rooms, Oct. 1st. 25.00
lf'\ Bute, II rooms, Oct. 1st. 37.50
Twenty-eighth st., Park Place.25.00
150 Bermuda, )?> rooms, Oct. 1st.33.33
01 Fenchnrch, S rooms, nt once.21.00
307 Granby, S rooms. Oct. 1st.? ?5.00
FOR RENT.
91 Holt street. '.""O Bute St., Oct. 1.
."!7 \\ llougbby Ave. 152 S. Kelly avenue.
.VI Highland avenue.; $13.50.
55 1 nchurch street. 60 York, P. Oct. 1.
170 lb rinmla street. ' 27 York. P. Oct. 1.
556 Main street. 1239 Reservoir Ave.
11". Windsor avenue. G rooms and sta
Corncr Cooke nnd| hies. $20.00.
Rowland avenue. I 52 Liberty street,
1131 N. Ke'.ly avenue. | Berkley.
FOR SALE.
Nice house Clalborne avenue.$1800
Nice house Highland avenue . 2.100
Nice house Maltby avonue . 1,300
:; brick houses on Chanel street .$3.300
Nice house Duncan avenue less titan
cost. East Main street property, Main
street stores, Church street property pay
Inn 7 per cent., three new houses on South
Kelly avenue, at water: lot on Fenehurch
stnet. 1 on Bank, 1 on Charlotte and 2 on
Duke streets Nice house on Bank street.
10 rooms, will make DrSt-ClaSs boarding
house.
MONEY TO LOAN.
H. C. H0GGARD & CO.,
PHONE 719. 36 BANK STREET.

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