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1NANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL
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Stocks, Koney, Exchange; Bonds, Grain,
C?tLOD, Provisions, Etc.
. New York, Sept. 15.?There was a pres
-?ure .to'1 sell Brooklyn Transit and St.
.PuuLfrom tno outsoi'to-day. Brooklyn
iTranfelt, ocoupicd the. center of tho stage
." 4*11 day. .Tho deallOgsdn this stock were
' en an enormous .scale"'4>nd the amount
;.thrown overboard on the decline made the
fact, of. Inside, liquidation obvious. The.
.:t>ears.. of course, were also very actlvo
? In', this stock,- and th? occasional cover
. Sng , by, this element arfordtd tho only
K*ffe*tlve checks to'.the downward plunges
?'.of the stock. "Thoro Seemed to be no
?upport accorded1-at ' all . until It had
v-touch fed W>.' -'From that, stago there wore
; occasional -.checks .and rallies before U
"/ touched tho extreme low point of S6%.
'After a final .rally to 88 It closed aga n
.;' under :pressure nt a'nut loss of 6%. The
? other members of th? Flower group, did
'not develop any keen sympathy until lato
In the day. when People's Gas, Federal
4Btoel and Rock Island were down from
lTiCS points. The stocks rallied somewhat
Xbeforo' the ,otose_. . Holders of St. Paul
disappointed over yesterday's dividend no?
tion, of oko the price a point at tho open?
ing. Ther'o was a subsequent reuovery of
practically nil the loss, and the whole
railroad list moved up nearly to lust
night's level In a. manner to suggest tho
inauguration of an Influential buying
; Movement.
, The appearance of strength was In?
creased by a brisk demand for tho Coul
: era. which rose from 1 .to 3%. The up?
ward movement came t? an abrupt end
.. tooforo noon, when Brooklyn Trnnslt.
Sugar, People's Gas and the Western rail?
road shares generally, ? led by St. Paul,
fell away by rapid singes. St. Paul
dropped to 129% and ruled below 130 for
the rest of the day. Kxccpt In a few
? (Isolated cases there was no subsequent)
demonstration of the strength. The clos?
ing was feverish and Irregular at net
, lossos throughout, extending to over a
point in tUo Grangers and some other
railroads. '
;i The depression on foreign stock mar?
kets had. some effect here on tho drop to
tho low point In St. Paul, coming close
upon the 'announcement of tho afternoon
?' Weakness In British consols. .The appre?
hension of. an 'unfavorable bunk state?
ment to-morrow had Its effect In tho late
break." Preliminary estimates indicate
thnttho banks huve lost during the week
'"by shipments to the Interior and by s?b
. ?Treasury operations over tS.000,000. Wlth
ont taking action of the reduction of
deposit liability by reason of the week's
?loan'contraction, this would Ind'cnte n
5 fall In bank reserves to it level of about
53,500.000 bulow the legal limit, so that the
loan contraction must have proceeded to
the extent of at lenst 114,000.000 In order
that tho legal reserve should be pre?
served inttict, nnd lounn must have boon
reduced as much as $24.00U,0;Xl in order to
! provont a riocri.usa from last week's small
surplus reserve of less than JL'.fiOO.ltX). The
quiet tone of thu money market during
tho latter purt of the wevk Indicates
pretty clearly thnt the banks are within
their legal reserve limit. Whether this l.s
duo to the fact that the lonns have been
reduced as much us above Indicated or
whether there has been it supply cf cash
from hidden sources and not reflected In
the known movement will bo revealed by
to-morrow's statement. Forelirn houses
have loaned money during thu week which
was presumably borrowed In London for
that purpose. This .operation may have
gone further than has been suspected.
The bond market moved In sympathy
? with stocks, but changes us u ruL' were
not largo. Total silcs. pur value, SI,4115,003.
United States new 4's, coupon and the
fi's advanced >,&c. In the hid pr'cc. The
:? total sales of st:eks were 70S,?,00 shares.
New York, Sept. 15.?Standard Oil, 4.t!l5i
4.C3.
NEW YORK STOCK MARKET.
Atchlson .... 20% Texas und Puc. 19%
Alchlson, pre, .. C3 Union Puclllc ... 44?i
iiui. uiiu vjiuo u.-4 0 P; pr?f.70-v
Can. Pacific .... !'3 IWnbash . 7%
Can Southern . 52 |Wnhp.sh. prof. . 21^
Ccn. Pacific .... 5TVilW and 1. E .... 12
Ches. and Ohio 2J?1 W and I. E. 2d
Chi. G. W.. MHI Pief.29
C, B and Q . . ..131% WSs. Central ... 17
C. I and L. 9 EXP. COMPANIES.
C, I und L, pre 41 |.\dnms Ex.115
C nnd E I ...... SO lAincr'cnn Ex. ..117
C and N W ...;167 III. S. Ex.50
C R I and P ..114%'Wells Fnrgj ...132
O C C and St L 50Vi MISCELLANEOUS.
Col.-Southern .. 4\J|Amcr. Cot. Oll 44%
C S, 1st pref. .. 43%! A C O pref.03%
OS, 2d pref, ... 15 Amor. Malting . if.y.
Del and Hudson 122 !A M, pref.fit!','.
D. L und \V ,...1M)%A S und It .... S!>U
D and R O .21% A S und R. pre SS..
T>und R G, pro 75% Amor. Spirits ... 5%
Eric.13Vi A S. pref.30-n
Erie. 1st pref. .. 37 (Am. Steel Hoop 42','. I
Gt. Nor., pref. ..104 A S H, pref.S5%
Hocking Coal .. 17% A S and W .... 51% '
Hccklng Val. .. 31',*.'A S nnd W, pro ?7
Illinois Central .113?j'Amer. Tin Plate HIV,
Iowa Central ... lS'.^A T P, pref. ... Sli%
Iowa Cen ' pref. 55 lAmcr. Tobncea 12(1%
K C. P and G .. 9 A T. pref.143%
L E nnd W .... 19 Anucondu M C 51%
I. E nnd W, pre 79 H R T . S7\?
Lake Shore.202 C F nnd 1 01
Lou's, and Nash 79% Con. Tobne.o .. 48%
Manhattan "L" ICon. Tob. prof. 93%
' ex-dlv, .... ....113% Federal Steel ... 65?,
Met. St. R'y ,...205% F S, pref.79%
Mox. Central ... 15%iGi?n, Electric ...122% I
?Minn, and St. L 73',!: Glucose Sugar .. ?S2%
M. and St L, pro 94 lain. Sug.ir. pro 108
"Mo. Pacific .'..-:.. 45%'lnt'n'l Paper ... 29
Mobile and Ohio 15 jl P. prer. .70 ' 1
j M.'K nnd T .... 12% Laclodo Gas .... C5
Hi K and T, pre 40>/WNat. Biscuit .... 45
'N.J. Central ...ltS^INn. Biscuit, pro 101%
N. Y. Central ..180% National Lead ..2!?Vi
N and W_.... 24?s Nat. Lead, pref no
N and W. pref. f!9%!Nntlon:il Steel
?No. Paelffc ...... 53'f,
No. Pacific, pro wA
O and W ........ 20
OR and N .... 43
O R and N pro 70
v Pennsylvania . 131%
Rending .21%
Reading, 1st pro B0V4
Reading. 2d pro 3174
- IL G; W. ....... 87'i
s R G W, pref. .. 81
St. L and S F ..11
St. L and S F,
? 1st pref. .... .. 08
' St. L and S F,
' 2d pref. ?:...' .. 35$
, Bt. L and S W 15
St. L and 8 W,
?A pref. .85
: St. Paul ?.12314
St. Paul; pref. .J77V4
St: P and O ...AM
So. Pacific ...... 3<i%
So. Railway .... 12U
So. R'y, pref, ... 52*4'
Nat. Stool, prof, 97*
N, Y. A. 11.ICO
North A nur. ... 12%
Pacific Const ... irtij'
P C, 1st pref. .. 84
P C, 2d pref. ... C4V
Pncfflc .Mill .... 41 "
People's Hits ...113%
V. S. Car .RS
P. S. Car, prof. 90',.'.
Pullman Pal. ..IftlU.
S R nnd T . caj
Sugar .HM?
Sugar, pref.117%
T C and I .nwl
U. S. Leather ..12
U. S. U, pref. ..75">;
U. 8. Rubhrr .. 48"!?
U. 8. It., pref. ..nr.
West. Union ... so
Republ'c I and S 25%
R I and S, pref.
ex-dlv.73%
P, C C and St L 71
BONO MARKET.
...... New York. Sept. 15, 1S99.
United Slates 2's, registered .....100%
United Strite? 3's, registered.ios%
f Unjtcd Blutes 3's, couj>nn . ]0.S%
United Btntes now 4's, coupon. izo"
> '.United Stntes now 4's, coupon . 180%
United States old 4's, registered . 1)1%
'. United States old 4's coupon. 113
'United States 5's, roKlstered . 111%
, .llnHed Statos 5's, coupon . ln.v
> District of Columbia 3-tKVa . 117 '
VJrglpla Conturlea . 4,-71/.
Virginia Deferred . 6 "
't , NEW YORirTu^NEY MARKET.
Nt'W York, Sept. 15.?Money on call firm
/'?nt 45f(f per cent.; last loan at 4 per cent.
^ .Prime mercantile, pnper, 4%if,r> per cent
Sterling Exchange steady, with notuai
:v business In bnnlters' bills at 4.S3?4? i.SG for
?;;dema!id and nt 4.82%<f/4.H% for slxtv days.
?"'PDBtod rates, 4,82%4H.SI and l..S7?i.S7%
commercial bills,? 4.S1VWM.F2: silver certin
, cntcs, 5!tfM&; bnr silver, 59: M ex'can dol
, lars. 47H- Govornmont bonds, llrnt: Stute
:'.'bon.d?;-.'.lnactlye; railroad bonds, weak.
' NEW YORK PR?nUCE MARKET.
New York Sept. 15.~Flour, Inactive nnd
1 about' steady; Minnesota patent*. [email protected]
^.<?.V.;.'RyA;Flour( firm., Buckwheat Flour,
.. firm, . JBuckwlieit, steady. Com Meal,
y.'flrm,..; lifjjloy Mall, fiow, Wheat> ?pot
- -:-;-/, . , ."-?.-? 7
Arm; No. 2 red. 74Hc.. Corn, spot flrm:':No..!
2 40c. Oats, spot ilrm; NO, V?MW?WAo.
BcCf, Ihm,Cut Meats, steady. Und,
steady;, Western steamed, $5.00; Septem?
ber, $5.05, nominal. Refined, quiet. Pork,
steady. Cotton Seed Oil, steady; prime
yellow. 25Vi02Co. . liuttcr, Ilrm; Western
creamery, 11023c.;' State "dairy; '15<S0'iOe.
Cheese, easy; large white, lO%0Uc. Eggs,
strong; State1 and Pennsylvania; i!>0'2Oo..
loss off; Western ungraded at mark" 13^
lCVto. Spot Coffeo. Rio. quiet. Mild,
stcndy. Sugar, raw, quiet. Rcllncd,
quiet.
TRUCK MARKET.
(By Telegraph "to Vlrglnlan-Pilot.)
NEW YORK.
Potatoes, steady; Jersevs, $10001.50;
N.ew York, $1.2?0!1.4O; Long Island, $1.25(01
1.75;- Jersey sweets, .1.7502.25; Southern
sweets $l.25(ii.l.CO.
Cabbage, quiet; Long Island, $2.0003:50
per hundred.
Muskmelons, Irregular.
Watermelons, extremely dull.
Cranberries, fairly active.
Muskmelons, Rocky Ford Colorado,
good to choice, per case $1.5002.50: do.,
poor to fair, 75c.?$1.25: do", Maryland and
Rocky Furd seed, $1.0002.00.
Watermelons, fancy, fair to prime, $S.OO
0H2.?O; culls, $5.0007.00.
BALTIMORE GRAIN MARKET.
Baltimore Md., (Sept. 13.?Flour, dull
and Steady:" unchanged. Wheat, dull and
easy; spot and mouth. 70%?71c: October.
'[email protected]%c.: December. 73',i0731ie.: Soulli
ern, by siiin [.;,?. CS07U<.c. Corn, dull:
mixed and spot. :;s.vi3SVie.: month. 370
37V4o.; October 3O'*0-t:?ic: November and
December new or old, sa^i.He.: Januury
and February, 33',<.c. asked; Southern
while, 410 12c. Oius, Ilrm; No. 2 While,
2&Q2S&C. Rye steady: No. 2 nearby, 57c.
(rlKflGO Mr RIIBT.
Wheat, Corn. Oats, rvovsl>i?. Lirl. 6 mr
III? ttfi.
Ch'cngo, III., Sept. 15.?Trading In wheat
to-day was marked by weakness, of Sep?
tember und comparative firmness In de?
ferred futures, Klevutor Interests were
J. Willing to sell September and disposed of
* enough to cut vie. on: previous prices.
December was helped by Ilrm Northwest
markets and a good export demand, und
closed Vic. higher. Corn advanced >?e. for
December and Vie. for September. Oilts
advanced .ibout Vic. Provisions closed 2V4
05c. lower.
The leading futures rnnged as follows:
Open. High. Low. Clos.
Wheat ,Nj. 2?
Sept. 71 ij 71 Vi 70 70'/.:
Dee. 70% 71 70 (A TOTti
May . 72-,'i 73;8 73^ 73;K
Corn No. 2?
Seid. 31% 32V1 3I>J i!2Vi
D?e. 28% 28% S8J4 28%
Muv . 2UVi 29% 29*4 2'J-!?
Onts No. 2?
Sept. 2iy, 21% 21?', 21?L
Dec. 20% 21% 20Th 21%
May . 22% 22% 22>,4 22%
Mess Pork, per barrel?
Oct., S.ik? S.02VS 7.so 7.:?2',i
Dee.8.121* S.15 8.t>5 8.05
Juli.9.52'i 9.6716 ii.50 0.50
Luid, per 10") pounds?
Oct.5.30 5.3214 "..25 B.SIU
Dee .' G.32V4 5.32% 5 32% 5.32%
.lull.r?.-17Vi 5.17% 5.4:?!! 5.42'.?
Short Ribs, per 100 pounds?
Oct. 5.20 5.20 5.13 5.17"^
Jan.4.I5 4.!)7% 4.92% 4.95
Cash quotations were as follows: Flour
was steady: No. 3 spring wheat, 854209c.;
No. 2 red, 71%e.: No. 2 corn. 32':ic.; No. 2
oats. 2:$f22?4c.: No. 2 while, 21024%e.; No.
3 white, 23>,02;'..(c.; No. 2 rye, 57'/,e.; No.
2 barley. 31:013c.; No. 1 llux mid, $1.10;
new, $1.12%; prime timothy seed, 52.33.
Moss Pork, per barrel, $7.3001.95; lard, per
100 pounds, 15.30; short ribs s des (loose),
$5.o.~0 5.35: dry suited .shoulders (boxed),
OVf-OVsc; short clear sides (.boxed), $5.550?
5.1*. Whiskey, distillers' linlphcu goods,
pc* gallon, $1.22. Sugurs, cut loaf, un?
changed. ?
On the Produce Exchange to-day ihn
butter market was Ilrm; creameries, 1C01
22c; dairies, 130l,Sc.
NAVAL STORKS.
Charleston, S, ('., Sept. 15.?Turpentine
market. Ilrm, ul 43c. Rosin, Hrm und iin
changed.
Savannah. On.. Sept. 15?Spirits turpen?
tine. Ilrm, at 45c. bid. Rosin, Ilrm und
'unchniigcil.
Wilmington, N. C. Sept. 15.?Spirits tur?
pentine, Urin, 4l%0l5c. Rosin, Ilrm and
unchanged. Crude turpentine, quiet, $2.50
und J2.50. Tar Ilrm, $1.30.
The Cotton Markets.
NEW YORK COTTON MARKET.
New York, Sept. 15.?Speculation In cot?
ton imures was only moderate in-day,
w ill price changes'too burrow to stimu?
late Investment Interest. The opening
was steady at iiu advance of l;.i I points
on Ilrm cables and Southern buying,
which, in turn, started .i scurry of shorts
to cover. T'lio rise was soon supplanted
by n plight net loss under foreign selling,
rumored to be for protection of heavy
purchases of spot cotton. From that time
on to the middle of Hie afternoon the
market ruled I felena, Hester's weekly
crop tlguivs proved of bearish import, and
during the latter part of tho session
llquldui'oh ligifre.l conspicuously, forcing
prices point by point to iln> lowest level
of the day. Near the close tlu-re was
some.' covering, with the nitrkct Dually
steady; net unchanged to 2 points lower.
New York. Sehl. 15.?Cotton futures op?
ened steady. October. 11.01; November,
007; December, 0.13: January, ti.19; Feb?
ruary, ii.20: March. 6.24: April. G.20; May,
11.31: .lime, ii.33: July. li.S.'i.
Futures (dosed steady, September,'5.94;
October, 5.99; November, 6.03; December,
(i.10; January. 6.15; February, 6 is: .March
6.21; April, 6.24; May. U.2N; June, ii.:>i;
July, i).:i2.
Spot closed quiet and unchanged; sales
? hales.
New York, Sept. 15.?Cotton quiet: mid?
dling, Wie. Gross receipts, 2,u".ib bales;
stock, p;ii,4!ifi bales.
Total to-day: Net receipts. 2S.I75 bales;
exports to Grcnt Britain, 11,930 balos; to
France, ? lmles: to the Continent, r,H,
bales; slock, 518,761 bales.
Total since September 1st: Net receipts,
281,038 bales; exports to Great llrltaln, 50,
3f,0 baits: to France. 1,732 bales; lo the
Continent, 57,263 bales.
New York. Sept. 15.?The following nre
the lol^l net receipts of cotton at all
ports since September 1, ISP!):
Oulveston, 98,062 bales; New Orleans 52,.
725: Mobile. 12.22S: Savannah. 6I.4S2: Cltar
leston, 21,(164; Wilmington. 15.337: Norfolk
S.5?S; Haltlmore. 1,081; New York. 3.127;
Iloston. 1,325; Newport News, 101; Phila
delph u. !'S0; Port Royal, 7.3CO. Total, 2-d,
033 balers.
NEW ORLEANS COTTON MARKET.
Now Orleans, Sept. 15.?Cotton future;
closed steady. September, 5,7205.75; Octo?
ber, 5.7105.72; November. 5.7105.77; De?
cember, 5>i05>2; .liunmry, 5 SIIJj 5.87; Feb.
ruary. &A9?i.'..91; Ma roh. 5.9105.95; April,
5.9705.59; May, B.O104I.?2.
LIVKRPOOL COTTON MARKET.
Liverpool, Sept. 15?1 p. m.?Cotton:
Spot fair demand nnd prices unchanged;
American middling, 3 9-16(1.
The Sales of the tiny were 10.WO bales, of
which 500 were for speculation and ex?
port, nnd Included 9,500 Amerlenn. Re?
ceipts, 3,300 bales, all American.
Futures opened und closed quiet at Hi
decl'iUH. American Middling: September
3 29-6103 S0-6K1. buyers; September and
October, 3 27-6103 28-64d. buyers: Octobci
and November, 3 26-Cld. buyer; November
nnd December, 3 21-6103 25-6-ld, buyer
December ami January, :t 2l-64d. buyei
January and February, ;: 2i-64d. bnvi.i.
February and March. 21-6403 23-Cld.
buyers: March nnd April, ? 25-0ld. buyer;
April and May, 3 23-615/3 26.64(1. bin ei s
May arid June. 3 '36-6403 27-6U1. sellers;
June and July. 3 27-UI.1. seller; July and
August, 3 27-610 3 28-Gld. buyers,,
Norfolk Cotton Market.
Norfolk. Va., Sept. 10, 1899.
1S99. 1S9S.
Tone .Firm. Q.ilet
Good middling .6'A 5 13-k;
AUddllng. .6(5 iu
Low middling .G 11-10 r. "i-n;
Good ordinary .4 3-16 l^
Bale*. Bales
Bales ........ ..- ...... 17 .67
Receipts . ...... 826 . 7i>9
Shipments .? 8-o
Steele. 1C.C00 3.730
COTTON RECEIPTS.
Thro. Local. Total.
ScAhoard Air Lino .... ? - 2
Norfolk & Western .. ? 2 ?
Norfolk & Somborn .. ? 23 22
Atlantic & Danvillo .. ? 2 /
Norfolk & Carolina .. ? 263 -t>l
Southern Hallway ? 4 31 -to
Total . 1 322 320
AMONG OUU COTTON MEN.
Dry, clear weather prevails in tho
cotton belt.
Liverpool sold 10,000 bales cotton yes?
terday. Contract market closed quiet,
half point decline.
Rar silver, London, unchanged at 27
3-lfid., against 2Sd.. last year.
Future contract market in New York
declined partially one point, closing
steady. October, 5.99 to 6e.; January,
0.15 to G.1C; May, G.2S to C.2!l.
October contracts in New Orleans,
unchanged, closing at 5.71. Spot cotton,
quiet at 5 15-10 for middling. Salon,
4,000 bales.
Galveston market is quoted llrm at
G'/k for middling.
The movement of the crop during
week Is ad follows:
1S99. 1&9S.
Interior rcc'ts fest.).144.07S- 132.? 19
Interior slocks (C*t.)J.2S5.155 130,S:!G
Port receipts .1G4.39I 111.475
Export? .S!?,S'J5 34,292
Port stocks .f.lS.TGl 25S.310
Br'ght Insight w'k (est.).229,014 102.599
Total crop in eight (est.)..400,400 275,117
New Orleans receipts to-day esti?
mated at from 7.500 to S.500 bales,
against .n,,2S? last year and 11,790 in 1SU?.
Receipt? at Houston, Texas, to-day
estimated at 12,000 to 13,000 bales,
against 11,913 last year nnd 12,017 in 1S'J7.
NORFOLK MARKETS
For Grain, riiij, Groynes, FYovisioi
&o.
<? im i n i I n in fi i wholesale Prien*, ritl?
m? iittior |m> mnli'il, It ml prices are
Mtlljrcl tn Ii u e i ii ii i in ii In iiiurlirt.
GRAIN. HAY AND RICE.
CORN?White corn, from store, 45c;
mixed corn, from s>tore, 44c: white ouls,
from store, mixed oats, 32c.
MILL FEED?Market steady; bran, per
ton. 310.00: middlings. 317.50 per ton.
OATS?Steady, mixed, ::2c: white. 37c.
HA Y?No. 1 Timothy hay, car lots, 411.00;
ton lots, 715 00; mixed buy. car lots, $13.50;
ton lots, 515.00.
MILLED RICE?As to crailes?5% to
6%c.
ROUGH RICE?C3073C. per bushel.
PEANM'TS AND PEAS.
PEANUTS?Market firm: fancy, 4c;
strictly prime. 3?ic: prime, 3',?e.: com?
mon, 2%W3c.; Spanish, $1.00 per bushel.
PEAS?Hl.ickeye, nominal.
COUNTRY PRODUCE.
POULTRY?Live, steady; chickens, old
fat, 22h25c; spring chickens, small, steady
at lOgi'Hc; large, 154f2uc.; ducks, mud,
20c.
EGGS?15c. per dozen.
BUTTER?Good country, 1147,14c.
COUNTRY HAMS ? Steady: Smlthneld,
fancy, lJifflOc: Virginia country, 10?12&c.;
good North Carolin:?. [email protected]%e.
POTATOES?Southern, now 51.00 per
barrel. Northern, white. 31.7u per bag;
niHv sweets 1 layman, 90e.4j$l.OO per bar?
rel: yellow,' SOe.47$1.00.
CAiniAGE-ii.5u.il 2.00 per crate.
ONIONS?32.00512725 per hag.
BEHMUDA-$2.00 per box.
FRUITS.
APPLES?Sou then!. Sl.iil4f2.00 per bar?
rel; Northern. $2.2.7ii3.25.
LEMONS?$3.00414.00 per box.
PEACHES?Georgia. $333 50. In crate.
PEARS?S3.50?4.00 per barrel.
LIMES?i:.0u per, basket.
PINE APPLES?105jl2c.
BANANAS?Por bunch. S0c.9Sl.50.
COCOANUTS?100 to hau. $;i.,00.
CALIFORNIA ORANGES/? Messina
73.0047/3.50; Hcedlngs, $3.004/3 23; navels. JI.oj
421.50 pei' box; Jamacln, $4.uu per box.
GROCERIES.
FLOUR?Market llrm; spring wheat.
p:ilcnt, $150: winter wheat, patent. $4.000
i.'J); winter wheat, half patent. $3.S5: win?
ter wheat, choice straight, J3.7o: winter
Wheat, family, }::.i:0; winter wheat, fair tu
good grades of extra, $3.25: winter wheat
super, $2.754/3.10.
MEAl^-.Per bag 100 lbs., $1.00; 90 lb.
bugs, 95c
COFFEE? steady; Java, 2li??2?c.: do.,
Laguara 12<ii;ic; choice Rio, loliite.;
piinii... <!o., l'!:i:|,...o.: fair, df)., 7?41jS?4c.;
common, do., Iftilgc.
CHEESE?Lurgu full cream, none; small
full cream 12VsC.
SUGAR?Market steady. Tho plan of
selling sugar ul delivery prices has boon
suspended for the present. All quotations
will be mado f. o, i>. Norfolk, cut Loaf,
5.112: Patent Cubes. 5.54; I'owdered, 5.4S:
Flui? Or'ahuhltedi 5.41; Standard lirnnii
latcd, 5.11: Confectioners' a. 5.29: K-y
stone A, 5.00: Centennial I!. 4.00: Califor?
nia n, 5.I.V. Franklin Extra C, 4.41; Amer?
ican Extra C, 4.2S.
SYHUI'3 AN Ii MO LASSE? ? Market
Iiriner n: tlid advance: syrup, good ta
choice. 214?23c; lower grade syrup, U^lGc;
molasses, Porto Rico. 204V2k'c.; motassea,
PROVISIONS
BULK MEATS?Market llrm: rib sides,
t>%c; bellies, eastern, 0'447t>Vl*e.; bellies,
western Oc.
HAMS?.Sugar cured, 12y>c.
DRV PLATED JOWLS -p.c.
PURK PLATES?5'AC.
MESS I'ORK-^Oldi S'.l.iO.
HAM PORK?Per barrel. $10.50.
LARD?Pure butchers', In tierces, CUig1
C:,.,c.; compound tierces, 5>4c.; S0-lb. tubs,
und 50-lb. tins, 14c. mure.
WOOL AND HIDES.
WOOL?Uiiwiisi'.cu. isc.. milky, S to 7c
Itss: w.islu-d wool ISc.: black. liVjc to 1G
H1DES-?. S., 7%; green, dry am,
14: drv ?alt. damage.! 7.
SALT Fl KM.
HERRING?New North Carolina cut In
Eastern, barrels, $4.00; Potomac, gross,
UM: mullets, icu-lb. kegs, So.75; spot*, w??
lb keg.-., j.;.75: mackerel, fat No. 2, $2:1.00
White llsh, new catch, loo lb. kegs, $2.00;
40 lb. kegs. $2.25; 70 lb. kegs, $2.10.
FRF.SII FISH
Spots, per pound, 6c; conkers, per
pound, 2c. Taylors, per pound, 3c. large
rock, pc pound, 12:i.c; pan ruck, per
pound, 104/12C.; shad. none.
SHIPPING REPORT.
I'ltrOIBIihlMl i n.i.;?i o.
Sept. 15. jy?'.t.
AH RIVALS.
Slmr. Hercules (Ital.), Massaitlo,
Brindisi, ballast, u> load erinl for Genoa.
Sehr. Massachusetts, French, New
York, light.
Sehr, Twilight, Lane, New York
light.
Sehr, C. B. Loot, Rowlfn, Now York,
light.
Sehr. Amelia Hcurn. Tolley, Balti?
more, light.
Sehr. John J. Ward, Wilbur. New
York, light.
Sehr, Enterprise,-, Hat terns via
Dismal Swamp ('anal, wreckage
CLEARED.
Stirfr, Buckingham iHr.), Cole, New
Orleans, ballast.
. Slmr. Titorniina (Ger.), Moller. Rio
Janeiro, foal.
J. M. JO - DAN A, CoTj
Grocers arid Ship Chandlers,
Have opened In their new store, south?
east corner of Water street and Ferry
Plnco.
CALL AND SEE THEM.
Cnlmii. nr.ne: New Orleans, fair to chotce.
16 to 36; common. 1: to 14.
Sehr: Eva.L,. FerrlsrSt. John, Bridge?
port, .coal.
Sehr. Daniel Brown, Smith, ? New
York, wood.
Sehr. J. H. Elliott,-Atlantic City,
N. J.,- lumber.
Sehr. Mfuhle Saunders, -, Rich?
mond, light.
SAILED.
Stmr. Hebe (Nor.), Pcdcrsen, Porto
Rico.
Stmr. Agnes (Nor.), Halborsen, King?
ston.
Sehr. Roger Moore, Dlx, East Boston.
Sehr. Express, Byrd, Baltimore.
Sehr. Kate Darlington, North, New
York.
Sehr. Flora Kerwln, Kerwln, Balti?
more.
ALBEMARLE ANDA CHESAPEAKE
. CANAL.
NORTH BOUND.
Stmr. W. B. Rogers, merchandise,
North Carolina to Norfolk.
Lighter Blackbird, wood, Mt. Pleas?
ant to Norfolk.
Stmr. Lucilc Ross, towing, North
Carolina to Richmond.
Bge. Lizzie Wallace*' cooper logs,
North Carolina to Richmond.
P.gc. Virginia; cooper logs. North
Carolina to Richmond.
Ego. Richmond Cedar Works, cooper
logs. North Caroll. a to Norfolk.
Stmr. Spring Garden, raft of piles,
Norlh Carolin? to Norfolk.
. SOUTH BOLIND.
Stmr. Croatan, lowing, Norfolk to
North Carolina:
Sehr. W. C. Wheatlcy, coal, Norfolk
to North Carolina.
Sehr. A. T. Coloman, coal, Norfolk to
North Cnrollnn.
Stmr. R. E. Lee, light. Norfolk to
North Cnrollnn.
Stmr. W. B. Hogers, merchandise,
Norfolk to North Carolina.
Stmr. Grace Titus, towing, Norfolk to
North Carolina.
litre. Goo. May, light, Norfolk to
North Carolina.
Bge. Roam, light, Norfolk to North
Carolina.
MARINE NOTES.
Thanks are returned to the branch
Hydrographie Ollice for the pilot charts
for September ami the Hydrographie
Bulletin to date. The late Bulletin
of the iCth Instant contains a very full
reports of derelicts sighted and ice and
fop encountered.
The following reports arc furnished
by the branch Hydrographie Olllce:
The Norwegian stenmship Hebe.
Captain Pedersen, reports speaking an
English three-masted schooner flying
signal letters N. F. H. L. In 4(1 de?
grees, 2 minutes, north latitude 71 de?
grees 6 minutes west longitude. Sep?
tember 12th. Wished to be reported "All
well." This was the schooner Africa, of
Windsor. Nova Scotia.
Capt. Cole, of the British steamship
Buckingham, reports passing, on Sep?
tember Uth, n can buoy, color uncer?
tain, surmounted by pole having a
square red flag, about four miles south?
west of Cape Charles lightship. This
Is surmised to be The buoy placed to
mark the wreck of a barge either on
Tall of Horseshoe or near Smith's
Istbnd. Mariners will take warning
of these points.
The small Norwegian stmp. Agnes,
which sailed yesterday morning for
Kingston, was eighty miles off Hattc
rns and In the heart of the great hur?
ricane during August ICth and 17th.
and escaped unscathed, while several
lnrger steamers went to the bottom In
her vicinity .
' Why go humping around with a
LAME BACK
When you call get instant relief in a 10c. box of
as PILLS
10 CENTS
mm
farSQWELy fiuARAKTECDX
The best Kidney prepnrr.llnn on earth, nnd a
10-CtNT BOX contains nearly as' much ni
oKiera sell for 50 cent*. If your druggist will
not supply you, send us five 3-ceut stamps and
get a box by muil.
The Johnson Laboratories, Inc., Phila.
Snclltng's Pharmacy, Koberi F. Holmes
& L'o.. Ji Mi 1\ Trotter, Wallace .si Moore,
Norfolk; Wallace ?V: Co., Berkley; Jerome
P Carr Portsmouth; Dr. A. W. Ely, Sut'
folk, Va.
LADIES CAN WEAR SHQSE
One sl<so smaller ?Tier vising Allen's '?Foot
Ease, a powder to bo shaken Into the
shoes. It inukes tight or new sliuva feel
easy: gives Instant relief to coins mid
bullions. It's tho graatcst comrort dls
covory of the age. Cures "unit prevents
swollen feet, blisters, callous and soro
spots. Allen's Foot-Kuse Is a certain cure
for sweating, hot. aching, nervous fuel.
At all druggists and shoe storos, 25c. T-lal
package free. Address. Allen S. Olnrneu.
1^3 Roy. N. Y. '
Fine Lots for Sale
AT A BARGAIN
on Hamilton, Ward, Duncan,
Franklin and Martin Avenues
(West End Land Company).
Prices from ?150 to 81,000
one-fifth cash; balance
on time.
h. l. page & co.
Real Estate Agents,
22 BANK ST.
T. F. Rogers,
ROOMS 211 AND Z12 COUUMU1A BUTL?
' INO. G HA NUT 8'1'KISET.
BTOR.KE.
Store No. 19 Dank street.
Store No. 45 Commercial Place
Storo urn! dwelling No. COS Ala n street.
4 new stores on G run by street.
Storo No. 7U Coiiiinercti strcei.
Wnrc-liousii ICO Water atreet.
Sture No. 376 Huto street.
Warehouse Ncs. 4? and 43 Wood.ilde Dane.
Otltccs: Qranby. Bank and Commerce at*.
Storo 270 Water street.
DWlC.*^,lNQa
Dwelling 303 Church slrcet.
Dwelling 4SI' Muln .street.
Dwelling corner Warran Crescent and
Colonial avehno,
Dwelling 412',<. Main street.
Dwelling No. 137 York street.
Dwelling No. 12S Freemason street.
Dwelling No. 2:i7 Diu?, street.
Dwelling No. 105 York street.
Dwelling In Moltu lllock. Ghent.
Dwelling No. 21.S B??sli street.
Dwelling No. 222 ltoush street.
Dwelling No. 222 York Blreou
Dwelling Olney Kond. Ghent.
FOR SALE.
A nice brick dwelling for salo on York
street, cheap to a quick buyer.
C. W. GRAM Sl SONS
Cotton Factors and Commission
Merchants,
NORFOLK, VA.
No. 19 Front Street, Atlantic City
F= CRKNDY
42ROKNOKBDOCK
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEAL?
ERS IN
HAY, GRAIN, STRAW
AND MILL FEED.
Larg'j stock on hand sad In transit.
SELECTED SEED OATS AND SKCI)
RYE IN STOCK.
NO. 1 TIMOTHY MAY ALWAYS ON
HAND.
HAVE YOU Sora Throat Pimples, Cop?
per-Colored Spols, Aches Old Sores Ul?
cers in .Mouth. Hair Falling? Write
COOK REMEDY CO., 1677 MASONIC
TEMPLE. Chicago, 111., for proofs of
cure;. Capital S3W.C?0. Worst cases cured
In 15 to 3J days, loo-page bonk free.
INcxt time you make a voyage lake a
Ripans Tabule after dinner for three or
four clays before sailing, and continue the
practice on board ship till you get your sea
legs on. The chances arc you'll not be
seasick at all, and if you arc, the attack will
not last over the third day.
_ They overcome Weak?
ly ncss, irregularity ami
_ omissions, increase virr
-"'""""- or and banish '"pains
of menstruation." They arc "LIFE SAViSUS" to girls at
womanhood, aiding development of organs nnd body. No
known remedy for women equals them. Cannot do harm?life
beeomea n pleasure. $1.00 1? HR BOX BY MAIL. Sold
y by druggists. Dil. MOTT'S CHEMICAL CO., Clevelund, Ohio.
Sold bv BURROW, MARTIN & CO.
AUCTION ?ALI.?-VtJTITItK ?AT. AUCTION ?*AJiKM -- VVV rilR
On SATURDAY, September sotn, lew, me Atlantic ana ounvlllo Railway
St pubUo auction iitnhotr station, foot of Malhewa street, Norfolk, Va.,
?clock no?n. the following unclaimed freight:
DESCRIPTION OF PACKAGE. - DIRECTED
On SATURDAY, September SOth, t he Atlantic and Danvlllo Railway will sell
at ?12:00
h
._ TO.'
Two caddies tobacco :. W. M. B. Alexander, City
One box household goods..'v*'.Dennis & GrltHn, Klngham.'Va.
One wagon gate, one scat, two bundles sldeB. .Marlon, S. O.
Ono trale cotton.:...H.J. Logan, Plttsburg; Pit
Two bags coffeo .i.?. C. W. C. & Co., Danvlllo, Va;
One bag Coffee .J. W. C. & Co., Danv.lle, Va,
One bug Coffee . M. Gro. Co., Greensboro, "N. C
Ono box drugs.?... South Boston, VHit
Ono box bottles . C. Brown, Petersburg, Va,
Two bugs fertilizers (special tobacco). Lynchburg, Va,
Eleven crutes school desks und one box 11 xtures...Board of Education Suffolk, Va,
One pair of shafts ... Semora,, N. C.
Ono bundle machinery .W. C. Henderson. Morgantown, N. C.
One box codilsh .'.?.;B.
Ono package Irons . W. H. Jordan, Holland, Va.
Ono farm bell and one bundle castings. Samuel Gardner, Holland, ,Va.
One bag peanuts .;.; W.
One package paper patterns. I* H. Runcy, Lawrencovllle, Vail
Ono bale cotton piece goods. C. B. K'.ng, Lawrencovllle, Va.;
One box plows and one bundlo handles. Wm. Vaughun, Walthall Va!
Ono box luindware.? '?. D. F.. Jonei
Ono barrel elder and one half barrel cider. O. D, 3. Vlrglllna Vaj
Ono bundlo paper bngs . J. P. P. & Son, Flat Rock, N. C.|
One bundle wire fencing. S. W. Triplet, Dela Plain. Va.i
Ono bundlo plow euslings. F. B. F
One bug colieo . D. Bros., Lynchburg, VaJ
One box pants . J. H. Nell, Mt. Carmel, VaJ
Four kegs nails .?.<.. R.. Norfolk, VaJ
One box . M. Bros. & Co., Philadelphia, Pa'
Ono box soap . Barchel & M., Bnrnesvllle, S. CJ
One box crackers . Dreyfus Bros., Montgomery, AlaJ
GOO bags scrap leuther, ono barrel castings, ono pump, ono hose and one bundle
reels .?.'?'. I* O. H. & T Co., La Crosse, VaJ
Ono case smoking tobacco and one endd io tobacco?W. C. Slayglc, Emporla, VaJ
One bog corn . Eliza Smith, Emporla, VaJ
One box drugs .,. J. W. Wright, Cornwall, VaJ
One box sundries . Lllllc Mobley, Homevllle; Va.1
Three bundles wrapping paper .A. J. Day & Co., Emporla, "VaJ
Two boxes cattlo food. R. & M., M'lton, N. Cj
One keg catsup . Commercial Bank, Danville, for E. C. White.
Ono case clothing .Mrs. Betllo Cabell. Danville, VttJ
One case lubricating oil .Riverside Cotton MIUb, Danville, VaJ
FOLLOWING PACKAGES WITH NO MARKS OR DIRECTION.
2 soda water drums, 1 bundlo pump strainers, 1 wlro reel, 2 reels wire. 1 barrel'
household goods. 1 pnek-age, 4 caddies tobacco. 1 sldcbonrd top, 1 box rrult, 1 bundl?
bod ends 1 bundle bed rails, 1 hogshead E Ware. 1 barrel E. Ware, 1 burrcl Hour,1
It bags fertilizers, 2 boxes baking power, 1 bag oats, 2 boxes soap, 1 bag guano, 1
bundle stovo pipe elbows. 1 stove and parts. 1 box drugs, 2 boxes cattlo food, 11
bundle water buckets, 3 boxes roofing sin to, 2 boxes clay, 1 box A. M. food. 1 crate1
sewing machines 5 freight doors. 1 bund le ? forks, 1 bundlo handles, 1 box suiw
dries 1 keg clder.'l empty crate, 1 buggy c usliton. 1 bag Hour, 5 bags peanut mlx-l
turo 1 bundlo hides 1 bag fertilizers. 1 Iron wrench. 10 pair soxs. 3 pair stockings,'
1 sw'eater 1 pair shoes, 1 quarter gross leather shoe strings.
' 1 WILLIAM H. TAYLOR Traffic Mtinager.
NORFOLK AUCTION CO..
?se2,!).lG,23"lt Auctioneers.
W. M. Moore. W. W. Doyle.
11 HI. mDGBE & GIL
Brokers
?AND?
Real Estate Dealers,
ROOM 406, 4lh FLOOR.
Columbia Building,
Offer for sale cholco and eligible lots
in client. North Ghent. Virginia Place;
Kensington. Ktvervlew. Old Dominion
Plaue. Also lots In "Woodland," llun
tersvlllo.
Maps of the above property can be seen
at our olllce. Easy terms offered to pur?
chasers.
Houses for sa'.o In various parts of the
city and suburbs. Also line truck and
timber lands. Correspondence' solicited.
FOR REIN r.
313 Bousll St., Oct. li320 Bute St. (vacant)
110 Chapel St., Oct. l| 93Vlrglni:i street.
112 Chapel St., Oct. 1(303 Church St., 325.00
317 WIIIouKhby.bittb, |5iM Highland avenue
etc.
170 Bermuda street) 52 Liberty street.
131 Kelly Avo.. 37.50:270-272 Chapel street
55 Franklin avenue, | 3 rooms and hath,
316.C0. I ?7.00.
33? Bute. St., Oct. 1 i'252 James St., 37.00
FOB SAMS.
Nice house on Windsor avenue.
Three brick houses oil Chapel street.
Nice house on Clatborne avenue .31,800
Nice house on Highland avenue.2,100
Nice house on Maltby avenue .1,300
Nice brick house on Maltby avenue.. l.BOO
Nice house on Duncan avenue less
then cost.
Fast Main street property, Church street
properly, paying 7 per cent, net; 3 new
houses on S. IColly avenue, at water;
brick house on Fenchuroh street, lot on
Fonchurch street, ono on 'Bank, one on
Charlotte, two on D?ke, nice house on
Boush street, 1(1 rooms; will make a llrsl
class boarding-house.
MONEY TO LOAN.
H. C. H0GGARD & CO.,
PHONE 719. 36 BANK STUFET.
\\T R. FENTRESS & SON, REAL'
VY . ESTATE AUCTIONEERS AND
RENTAL AGENTS. No. IS BANK
_tmm^'i^_?jtim--m w, v \
FOR RENT.
DWELLINGS.
Tin Wllloughby avenue.
22 High street; all modern Improve?
ments.
22 Arlington Place; all modern Improve?
ments.
?133 Bute street, all modern Improvements
210 Cliibornc avenue; modern Improve?
ments.
119 Wootl street; all modern Improve?
ments.
COS Main street; 7 rooms and store.
23 and 25 Smith street.
STORES.
?W Main street: 7 rooms above.
237 Nicholson street;
71$ W. Urambleton avenue.
Factory Building corner Water nnd
Madison streets.
Livery Smbl? corner Church and Union
streets.
FLATS.
TIS and 720 W. Brambleton avenue.
12. II. !U and IS Taylor's bine.
FOR RENT.
RESIDENCES.
October 1st.
219 York street.
New House Colonial avenue.
13? Yarmouth street, corner house.
Frnme House on Vurmouth street, fur?
nished.
; in Duke street.
Possession Given at Once.
401 Bute street.
2*0 York street, large yard In front,
i 332 Hank street.
127 Mariner street.
m? Holt street;
305 and 2u7 Lovett avenue.
401 Bute street.
20t! Cove stiO'. t.
1>2 Bermuda street.
123 and 127 Mariner strcot.
S3 Cumberland street.
Several nice houses In Atlantic City.
STORES.
B$S Main street.
300 nnd 302 Church St., comer store.
633 Mnln street.
I 241 Church street.
42 Washington street.
J96 Church street, flat above.
For further information 'phone 565.
W. H. H. TRICE & CO.,
Real Estate and Rental Agents, .
Cor. Hunk and PUimc Streets
V. P. SNOW 4. CO.,
Real Eslalo Agents, 236 Main St.
FOR SALE?Nino room house on Poole
street, Atlantic City Ward; easy terms.
House, eight rooms. Thirtieth strcot.
Park Place, new stable, water and sewer?
age. Houso on Falkland street, eight
rooms, lnrge lot; easy terms. Sixty-three
lots lu East Brambleton: must he sold
at once; price very low for the lot.'
aim I inv na i.i:s-i'll in day
Jctlon-housc, 42 a
opposite City Market,
By tho Morris Auction-house, 42 and
Washington St., opposite City Marke
FINE FURNITURE AT AUCTION-a|
our Auction-room Tills (Saturday
MORNING at 10 o'clock Fine BedrooH
Suits, in Oak and ? Walnut; Extension
Tables. Lounges. Chairs, MattresseJ
Feather Pillows and Blusters. Rurs nnd|
number of useful household articles. Alfl
26 Iron Bedsteads. R. R. MORRIS,
It _Manager
WHITE St GO
HEAL ESTATE AND RENTAL AOENl!
NO. $1 BANK STREET.
33 Arlington Place, 8 rooms . 21) I
309 and 373 Boush, S rooms .30 |
125 Mariner, 7 rooms . 25 :
2)5 Bank, t> rooms .25 I
19S Bute. 9 rooms .37 !
15G Bermuda, 15 rooms .33 ?
7 Franklin street, 4 rooms . g.
S North street. 9 rooms .20 i
25 North street, S rooms . 20!
123 Rleley street. 8 rooms . 20 I
207 York street, S rooms . 37
129 Cumbreiand street, U rjoms . in.
Grnydon avenue. In rooms .,. 25 I
27S Granby street, S roums . an]1
2 Hughes street, 5 rooms . 6
Freemason street. 5 room Hot .2oj
210 Clalborne avenuo, 7 rooms . 2a
22 Arlington Place. 7 rooms .
2fi7 Holt street, 8 rooms . 2j
52 Franklin avohii'o, 7 rooms . Ill
59 Arlington Place, good llat ehc-jp. J
I? Dartmouth, *? rooms . 3Q
IIS Chapel. 10 rooms .23
14? Charlotte. 6 rooms . 2i
104 Bute, 4 rooms and kitchen . I
144 Boush, S l ooms .3i
24 North, S rooms .20
205 York, 0 rooms . 3t{
175 Brewer, 9 rooms .
East Brambleton, corner Holly and
Excelsior; good house and lot .
CIS W. Brambleton avenue, G rooms..
328 Bute, 9 i ooms .33
04 Mariner, 8 rooms .21
103 West. Brambleton ave.. S rooms-2t
;;93 Bute St.. 7 rooms . 17
1?5 I.ovlll ave., 9 rooms . 25
A few of the best stores in the city I]
rent.
Abbott Morris. VV. W. Marshd|
morns, Plarsiiail k Go
Real Estate and
Insurance Agent^|
Office, 158 Plume St.
?W"PHONE"N?. 884.
One of the prettiest homl
on Willouglib)' avenue forsaj'
j cheap.
j Don't forget the lots in fro!
j of City Park. We have a fe
j left.
j If you want to insure yoj|
i home call to see us.
BYRD, BALDWIN ?Sc COj|
It E.VI'A I? A4B KM TN, ll?m> ms 22 AND
HAiHii.Mil'o.x m n iu.vo,
OICAM ii V KTMKET.
FOR RENT.
DWELLINGS. iFront St., AtlarJ
C'.ty, $S.
Brown ave., $16.66. 729 Church, $4.50.
Three houses, Poole 733 Church, S4.50.
St., Atlantic City, 725 Church, $4.50.
S15 each. I 725 Church, $3.00,
IS Mowbray Arch.355 729 Cliurch, 34.60
207 York. 341.C7. j 731 Church. $4.50..
63 Tazewcll. $37.50. 110 Falkland, $6.o
Colonial ave, Ghent,
$50.00. STORES.
229 Bute, $00.00. rha'rlotte
Colonial ave., Ghent. ?
m York,. $41.67. I Water. ?83 ?,
Martin ave.. $16.66.
102 Wood, $20.00.
40S Brambleton ave.,
$13.50.
6? York. $41.07.
10S York. $11.67.
77 Falkland. $22.50.
25 North, $20 00.
136 Maple, $12.50.
Mabry Arch, Ghent,
$100.00.
Warren Crescent,
Ghent, $50.00.
10.00
lO.OOi
m
ROOMS.
142 Maple, $7.00.
331 Church, $40.00,
?37 Church, $40""
82 Bank. $40.00,
65 Commercial. .
300 Grunby, $25.0?
314 Granby, $10.08
OFFICES.
Warehouse and
flees cor. Wal
ond Fuyctte. SS
105 Granby. $15 Ott
217 Mala, $10 eaci
West Building, d
Main and Churi
Hnddlngton Bui
ing. cor. - Grai
and City Hall s]
H. C. W1LLIHI11S a S
RENTAL AGENTS,
ROOM NO 9 TALBOT BUILDING.
MAIN STREET.
FOR RENT.
No. 715 Church street, Huntersvlllo.
No. 20 C avenue, Huntcrsville.
No IS C avenuo. Huntcrsville,
No, 110 Highland avenue.
No. 420 Sheldon avenue
STORE corner Cook and Calvert
If you have houses to rent call us
over new phono No. 8S6 and you will
ce'.ve prompt attention.
RETURNS MONTHLY.

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