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jjEVIEW OL<< THB Markets; Shipping News; and Real Estate Busine?.
FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL Stocks, Koney, Exchange, Bonds, Grain, Cotion, Provision, Etc. New York. Oct. 20.?The point of. greatest interest in to-day's.stock mar? ket was the active speculation in Pull? man, which wda rushed up after yes? terday's sharp reaction an extreme SP.4 points to 207.%, a record price. This motive was the ofnolul confirmation of the-merging of the Pullman and Wag? ner Palace Car Corripauy, which the stock (ape had clearly foreshadowed for eorho'time. The published assertion that the Vanderbllta aro. to gel the Pullman holdings of Boston and Al? bany, and Boston and Maine stocks as an incident to the deal, and that New York Central would thus gain control of New England railroad afCulrs, gave the bulls an opportunity for an active speculation in New York Central. They lifted the price of that stuck an ex? treme 3%\ The influence of this move? ment on the rest of the list was mark? ed, the other Vanderbllt stocks of course, moving most closely in sympathy. The bears covered heavily nil through the list. The prominent industrial special? ties were most affected, especially Sugar and Brooklyn Itapid Transit, tho dealings in which were very large. Tho hesitation whloh had been caused earlier In the day by marked weakness of the Glucose stocks and by sympa? thy of other Industrials, was overcome by the strength of Pullman and Now York Central, and prices of the rail? roads rose quite, generally nuovc last night's level. The easing of the rate for sterling killing encouraged the rise, but it gave way to prolit taking in the last hour, when the preliminary 9<sti ma[cs of the movement of money for the week appeared and the rate for call money stiffened to S per cent. The most active stock? reacted a point, and In Pullman the reaction extended to nearly 7 points.- There was sonic rally before the close, which was firm at small net gains for most stocks. The strength of the market, however, was not widely distributed, ami in fact was almost wholly conllncil to the few most active stocks. The banks have gained slightly from the sub-treasury on routine operations by reason of continued large disburse? ments for Government expenditures and on account of anticipated Interest. But the outgo of money to tho interior has been heavy. The week's shipments by some large hanks have been the largest of the season. The net reritilt is estimated by experts at a loss, of cash by the banks ot nearly $2,000,000. The easing of the exchange rate In spite of a slight hardening in I he Eon don discount rale was significant. The threatened outgo of gold to London may be averted, but Ii will be becutlde of a higher money rails here. The activity in bonds was somewhat j decreased, and there was weakness at some points. Total sales, par value, $1,470.000. U. S. bonds, unchanged in bid quota, Hons. 'The total sales of slocks to-day were j 444,MO shares. New York, Oct. 20.?.Standard Oil, 4.67@4. OP. NEW YOrtK STOCK MARKET. Atchlsdn .?Wi'it.' P, i?ref.77' Atchjson. pre. .. lil'.I] Wnbush . 7 Bal. and Ohio .V.'V'jl ?\ aoat,h, prof . 2l',i Can. Pae de .... VH'MW and I. E .... 11 Vi tSin. Southern . 62->s| \V nod E hi, id Ohes, und Ohio nr^i,. prof. Chi. O. W.H? U.:i. Central ... 10 C. B and Q ....131 ' BXP. COMPANIES. 1 and 1.12 C, 1 and E pre 4? C and !?: 1.!".">% C and N W_171 O, It l und P ..11314 C C C and Si E Col. Southern .. ls| C 8, 1st iiref, .. 4i!>> c s, 2d pref ... urfc Hel and Hudson 121'/, 1>, E and W ....limn, Adams Iflx.114 American Ex. ..MS U s. Ex.;.i Wells Parso ...132 MISCKEEANKOUS. Anier. Cot. Oil 44% I \ C O. pref. 1") and B O . 2I>0Ainer. Malting . 12-1 D and It Q, pre 75 A M, pref. Eni Erie, 1st pref. .. ;:>! (11, Nor., prof, ..17:t .Hocking t'oal .. in' A S and It . Hi;1, A H and It, pro ;>".'? s Ann r. Spiiits .. Hi A K, pref. Mocking Vul. .. Mil. Su el Hoop 42 Illinois Cenlriil .llf.-VA 8 II, pref.h'J1-'. lown Central ... l;l'/,i \ S and \V .... . < - Iowa Cen., pref. [A H and W pre :?.1 . I K C, P and O .. 7'i Anier. Tin Plate L 10.and W .... ill AT P. prof. 1. E and W pre SO'/JAmcr Tobacco IIOVj I Eaku Shore'.M |A T. I?rei.1 ... 1-ouls und Nrf?ll i'i [Anaconda M C 47* Manhattan "E" lOS'tlB It T . Sl% ! Met. St, B'y_P.?l>, , ? V and I .... Mex. Cenir.il ... 13-'?, '. u. Tobacco Minn, and St. E 71% O'Olt. Tob., pref. I*U<. | M and Si E, pre ?l'.'.ti'i.leral Stei.-l Mo Paellh: .43% !?' S, prel.77' Mobile and Ohio 4fi (ien Kleetiiu ..111??? M. K and T .... I2?i (iluoi ? Sugar .. 4?y M, K and T, pre 3?'?'.'( ilu. Sugar, pre 103 N. J. Central ..illfi'WIM'ni Pnpcr ... 24%! N. y. Central ..13* -,i p. prof.70 N and \V . 24& Mcledc Oas ... 7s N and W, pref. i jXat. Biscuit .... 40'-. | No. Pacific . S3% N'at li - nit, pro i'7 " No Pacillc, pro in-,1 Nat iona! I., .nl .. :-'?, O and W . 24%IS'at. I, id pref 110 O It and N .42 N itottnl Steel .. 4v\ O It and N, pro 7i'.% N u. Sici-1, prei. !i| Pennsylvania . 132UIN. V. A. B.)I7 Heading .21 INorth Arne;-. ... 12% Reading, 1st pre f.SVjil'.ioiiii- iVast ... r,' Reading! 2d pro'-Siis P C, 1st pre-f. .. ss</i R. a. W.WJ4 I? C. 2d pn '. ... 09 ' Pacific Mail .... 39% People's 0 is ...112 fk. S. Car .M PS Car pretVSSl Pullman I'..I ,.J05 S Ii und T ..... i.e. Sugni .iirrs Sugar, prof.117 T C and I .H7-i l!. S Leather ii. S. I. . pi f, V. S. k-.ii. r r. s. it . pref. .;i)j R G W pref. St. E and S E .. II 13t. E und 8 F, 1st pref.70 Si. E nnd S E. 2d pref. .Sf.% Rf. E and S W 13<i St. E and S \V. pref.31V, St. Paul .-..H'f'li St. Paul, pref. ,.V7i St. P and O ?120 So. Paede .37% So. Railway .... 12 West lJuion ... S7% So. R'y, pref. .. 53% liepuhlie I und S Texas and Pnc. 17T4 It I and B, pr f. 70K| "Union Pacific ...4E.,i!\ CC and :~t E BOND MARKET Now York, t.'ct. 10, p^-.n. United States 2's, registered . L.ar, TJn'led States 3's, registered . United States 3's. coupon . IVSU United States new 4'?, registered .... J2?i^ United Slates new 4% coupon . jo6? United States old 4's, registered .... United States old 4's, coupon . IP.. Un'.ted Slates 6's, registered . nou United States f?'s, coupon. Uli,. DlBtrlct of Columbia S-C?'s . 1U " Virginia Centuries .? . iii Virginia'Deferred . NEW YORK MONKY MARKET. New York. October 20.?Money on call firmer at C4j8 per cent.; last loan G per cent.'; prime mercantile paper, per cent.; sterling exchange easier with actual business in hankers' bills at 07V&<3>-i.!>7Vi for demand, and at 4.S3?41 4.8:!',v for sixty days; "posted rates 4.81 ?4.S4Vi and firstname.lastname@example.orgU; commercial .bills, 4,92%; silver cortllicates, r>SJp69; -' bar silver, 5734j Mexican dollars, 47; W.?ovorhrhe.nt bonds steady; State bonds weak; rajlroad bonds .irregular. NEW YORK PRODUCE MARKET. Now York, October 20.?Flour opened stonily with a fair demand, but turned easier, owing to the continued decline In "wheat, except for low grades, which remained firm on -account of scarcity. Rye Flour, quiet. Buckwheat Flour, Bteady, $2.30?$2.r,0. Buckwheat, steady. Corn Meal, steady. Rye, dull; No. 2, 60c. Wheat, Bpot, weak; No. 2 red, 76%c; Corn, spot, steady; No. 2, -10c. Oats, spot, quiet; No. 2, 28%c. Reef strong;' family, $11.00?12.50; mess, $9i60?$10.00; beef hams, $24.00?$25.00; packet, $10.501?'$12.00: city extra Indhi mess. 51G.O0<iiS1S.00. Cut Meats, steady; pickled bellies, 6%?Sc. Lard, stcudy; re lined, quiet. Pork, dull. Cotton Seed Oil. easy; prime crude, 2Cc; do yel? low, 29 %c, Putter steady; Western creamery. 17?24c; State dairy, 10? 2ic. Cheese, firm; large white, l2?l2V'te, Eggs, quiet; State and Pennsylvania, 20?21c; Western, ungraded, at mark, 14018c. Spot Coffee, Hio, steady ? to firm; mild, linn. Sugar, raw, Ami and tending upward; refined, steady but slow. TRUCK MARKET. (Ry Telegraph to VlrKtnlan-Pilot.) NEW YORK TRUCK MARKET. New York. October 20.?Potatoes steady: Jerseys, $T.12%@|1.40; New York. $1.12%?$1.25; Long Island. ItSSOl $1.62%; New Jersey sweets. $1.50?$2.0?; Southern. 75c.?|l. Cabbage, dull; Long Island, ?2.00<5}3.00 per 100. BALTIMORE GRAIN MARKET. Baltimore, October 20.?Flour quiet and steady, unchanged. Wheat, very dull: spot and month, 70-H?71c: November. 71">', ?72c; De? cember, 73V4?73%c. Southern by sam? ple. 65@72c. Corn, strong; mixed, spot and month, 3S(?i'::sVie.; November, 38?38%c; De? cember, 37%c,; November or December, new or old, 36%?36*ia Southern white, 40@.l0VsC. Oats firm; No. 2 white, 30?3lc. Rye firm; No. 2 nearby, ?SC'i?Oc. CHICAGO MARKET. Wheat, Corn, Oats, Provisions, Lard, Short RlllS. ttr,. Chicago, lit. net. 20.?Wheat resumed Its downward course again to-day, mid December closed with ti net les;> of rvt J>.'i(.'. Liquidation induced heavy addi? tions La domestic stocks In the lace of a pom- foreign demand was responsible for the decline. Corn, outs nnd pro'vl sions wore cnmpilrattvcly strong und closed practically unchanged. The lending futures ranged las follows: Open. lPgn.-Low. Cios. Wheat No. 2? Ocl.? . ?'?:?'i 6S?S OS*; ! Dec. 7014 7^', 7?'i 70% May . 74% 74% 71 74% Ci in No. 2? Ocl. ?)?.'? 309i 3t>'; 80% \ Dec. 30% 39*1 30% ap%l May . 82 32% lilTi 32% vj;,:.- Nu. 2? Dec. 22% 22"-; 22% 22% May . 2IVrf 21% 21 21% M ? .- I oi It, per barrel? Doc. .7.N2% 7.81% 7.82% 7?S2% Jan.'J.3U y.2.'i 9.30 'J.M Laid, per 100 pounds? Dec.5.16 f..17'.' r..ir. n.ir, Jan.r..2U 6.32% G.30 f..30 Shu.-t Ribs, per iw pounds? Dec.4.67% -i.70 l.r.7?i 4.771/ Jan. .-k.ST'.j 4.90 4.SS -J-&7?<i push quotations wcro as follows: Flour was steady: No. 2 spring wheat, 69%?7ic.; No. :i spr'llg wheat, lUoTiie.; No. 2 red, 7ll;7l'-'\ : No. 2 cuin. 32?32%c: No. 2 oats. 22%c : No. 2 wlilto, 2n%?2iic; No. 2 white. S!5(tT25%c.; No. 2 rye, u;.'j??-: No. 2 biirloy, 10 IgVitlc.; No. 1 (last seed, 11.32%; new, 11.32%' prime ttinotby seed. $2.30. Hi.-.-; Pork, per barrel $7.e'5&790; lord, ptr Pi0 pounds, |&.?0?C.22%; short ribs sides (loose), $4.73}j 5.10: dry salted Bhnulders (boxed). C?6%cT; short clear siiles (boxed), $5.49?5.60. Whis? key, distillers' finished goods, per Ballon, 81.23. Sugars cut loaf, i?.70: granulated, $5 is. On tho Produce Exchange to-day the butter market was dull but Heady; creameries, I6?22c; dairies, 13%@19c; NAVAL STORES. Savannah, <:a., October 20.?Spirit* turpentine, ilrm, 49%e. Rosin, linn, and unchanged. Wilmington, N. C, October 20?Spirits turpentine, nothing doing, unchanged. Rosin, Ilrm, 9,5c. nnd $1.00. Crude tur? pentine, (Irin, Jl.fiO and $2.SO. Tar Ilrm, $1. :<o. Charleston, S. O, October ' 20.?Tur pentllio market, quiet, at .r>0(<< 00 Rosin steady, unchanged. The Cotton Markets. NEW YORK COTTON MARKET. New York. Oct. 20.?A multitude of conflicting opinions served to prevent speciul activity on cither side of to? day's cotton market oriel checked any marked alteration in prices. The mar? ket opened ntendy, 2'j<;', points higher on tin- to ur in nths, following firm cable:- and buying for foreign uccoiint Bui fears thai tho weekly statistical showing mighi prove bearish led in? vestor.': to unload the latter months, with the result that those mouths wont Off sharply 1?2 points. After wavering for a few mi m utn the market became unsettled ami broke nervously under gciii rnl Rolling pressure. Ak the returns came In from tho in lee.or point:.: anil the poi'tfl it was seen ilml the movement of the crop during the past week had lallen far below the most conservative estimates- Shorts were qtilck to realize their position and sought cover with n rush, prices re? sponded to tffelr support In good f,orm, reaching u level Of 6?>7 points above last night's close curly in tho afternoon. As the market improved trading grad? ually Incroused, with fresh buying for investincut account, the ehlpf feature. Sentiment at the dose was strongly bullish on tin , rop situaiion, Tbc mar? ke: was flnnlly \. ,v steady at a not rise of 8?< points. New V ik, Oct. 20.? Cotton futures opened ensy. November. 7.02; Decem? ber, T.o-,: Jnnunry and Fobrunry, 7.12; March, 7.14; April, Tit;; May. 7.10; June and July and August, 7-IS; September, (I. :??. Pu tu res closed very steady. October. 7.01; November, 7.05; December, 7:10; January, 7.13; February, V if.; March. [7.17; April, 7.10; Muy, 7.21; June. 7.22: July .-in?! Angus:, 7.23; September. 6.05. ?not closed quiet; middling uplands. 7%d.; middling gulf 7$sd.; stiles. 06 bales. . , NYw'York. Oct. 20.?Cotton aulet: middling, 7%c; not receipts, 190 bales; gross, 2.r?l bales; sales, 96 bales; stock, 111,164 bnles. Total to-day?Net receipts, ".?.032 bnles; exports- t.- Clreai IliVialn. 10,641 bales; to Friiifle, hone; (Continent, 9,667, Stock, S02.062. Total ibis wee1; Net receipts, 264,526 bales: exports to Oreat Rritotn,^67V235 bnles; Prance, 29,323 bales; Continent ,87,220 bales. Total since S <pt. 1 .Net ret i i;>;s. '1,527.460 bales; exports to Orenl Britain, 413.021 bales; Pre nee, 133,103 baits; Con? tinent, 403,424 bales. New York. Ocl. 20.?Following ore '?the total net receipts of cotton In.all ports since September 1, 1S99: Galvos t?nj 493,800 bales; New Orleans, ?S1.SC2; Mobile, 47,781; Savannah. 283,550; Oharieston. SC.S59; Wilmington. 1)4.154: Norfolk. 73,COO: Baltimore, 9.207: New York, 7.444; Boston, '7,419: Newport News. 711; Philadelphia, 4.(153: Bruns? wick, 15,190; Pensacola, 18,944. Total. 1,629,460. j NEW ORLEANS COTTON MARKET. New Orleans. October 20.?Cotton fu? tures closed steady: October, 0.7S; No? vember, 6.73<g0.74; December, 6.7S? 0.79; January, 6.83@6;84; February, t'..$7f?fG.SS; March, G.89?6.90; April.! 0.92^)0.93; May. email@example.com; June, 6.96?| C.97; July, ?.9S5T?.99. LIVERPOOL COTTON MARKET. Liverpool, Oct. 20, 4 v. m.?Cotton: Spot, fair demand, prices l-32d@l-16d lower: American middling. 3.31-32d. The sales-of the day were 10.000 bales, of which r>00 were for speculation and export ami included 9.400 American. Receipts; 8,000 bales, including 7,700 American. Futures opened quiet and closed steady at tho decline: American mid? dling: October, 3 56-64(g>3 57-64d. buyer; October and November, 3 55-64 (JP3 G6-64d. I buyer; November and December. 13 r.r,-GUI. buyer;?December and January' ! :: 51-64 51*3 55-iiid. seller: January and February, 3 53-64#3 5l-04d. buyer; Feb? ruary, and March. 3 53-GKf] 3 54-0 Id, buy? er; March and April, 3 53-GPt7>3 54-64d. , buyer; April and May. 3 54-C4tl. seller: May and June, :: 64-61d, seller: June and July; 33 64-64(1. buyer: July and August. :i 61-64(1. buyer; August and September, 3 53-64(1, seller. Norfolk Cotton Market. Norfolk, Va., Oct. 20, 1SM?. isu9. isr^. ? Tone .Finn. Easy Good middling.7:'s 5 7-1C i Middling .7 i-iR r.i,4 Low in ddllng .fi n-lG 4 11-16! C.ood ordinary .5}<* 4 Rales Bale? Sales . in? 711 RCCC'ptS . 1.GI7 r>,5?> Shipments . X377 i.v:; Stock . 30,060 4'i,S7> COTTON RECEIPTS. Thro. Local. Total. Seaboard Air Line_ ? 203 205 ! Norfolk & Western .. 321 ? 321 I Norf Ik iV- Southern .. I 307 :ui Norfolk & Carolina .. 99 91 190 .Southern Railway .... 210 ?l7 7v; Total . 661 9.Vi 1.017 AMONG OUR COTTON MEN. Georgia and Alabama had rains. Bar silver. London, 26-,-Jd., against 27 15-lGd. last year. Spot col in n Liverpool declined 1-32(1. The contract market closed steady, 2 to 2'L. points decline. Stocka and sales during week at Liv? erpool: 1899. 1S9S. Sales of the week. 04.000 S2.O00j Stock and stock afloait 927.000 854.000 or which American_ 802.000 777.noo Middling .3 ::i-:'.2d. 3 1-lGd. Future contract market Iii New York advanced 4 to 7 points and closed Very steady. January, 7 12 to 7.14; May, 7.21 to 7.22; August, 7.2.". to 7.21. Tho crop movement for week Is as j follows: 1S99. 1S9S. Interior receipts fest.). 281,81)4 349.116 j Interior stocks'(est.)... 5S2.93I i7G.n:i2 Receipts of ports. 264.52 I .21.873 Port stocks . 802,962 909,070, Brought In flight past week (est.) . 395.252 569.450 Crop In sight' (est.)_2.262,026 2,560,316 New Orleans contract market, un? changed. January closing at 6.83. Houston receipts to-day estimated at 7."i)u to 8,000 bales, against 22,009 last year. NORFOLK MARKETS For Grain, ttaj, Gfosirios, rv3'/l*loi .vc. Qtiftt n I lo 11? ill ivtmlniile r?r'o^, uti r?a oflier'TlNr atiiltMl, nml prints uro ?til'Jct-f to nuel iinllon In imirltot. GRAIN. RAY AND RICH. CORN?While corn, from store, 45c; mixed corn, from .store, 4.4c; white oats, from store, 3Sc; mixed oat.s, ::2c. MILL FEEL?Market btcudy; bran, per ifn $16,00; middlings. $17.M) pi-r ton. OA TS?Steady: mixed. 32e.: winie, 37e. HAY?No. 1 Timothy hay, car lols, $14.00: ton lots. $1500: mixed hay, cur lots, $13.;'.t>; ton lots, $15.00. MILLED RICE?Aa to grarle.i-$Vi to C>j e. KOUGII RICE?None on the market. PEANUTS AND PEAS. PEANUTS?Market flrnr, fancy, 4c.; str'ctlv prime, 3',e.; prime, SMic; com? mon, '.',.-'.'n3o.: Spanish, $1.00 per bushel. PEAS?Illdckcye, $2.76 per bushel. COUNTRY PRODUCE. POULTRY?IJve. Steady; chickens, old fat 22Sf'26c.; spring chickens, small, steady, at 'iWsfiic: large, ?&4i'20c; ducks, iuua, 20c. KOGS?Market dim at 15c. per dozen. BUTTER?Good country, iK'jlic. COUNTRY hams ? 8teudy; Sin thfleld. fancy. I3j?16c.; Virginia country, nm l2Vic; good* North Carolina. I04fl2<ic POTATOES?Southern, new, J! .00 per barrel Northern, white. 4l.7o per bag.; new sweets dayman, 80c.?$l.00 per bar? rel; yellow, '90o.(B>$1.00. CABBAGE 5; ? i -' 00 per crate. ONIONS-$2.f-':.r2.2.'. per bug. BERMUDA-$2.00 per box. FRUITS. APPLES?Southern, $1.60?2.C0 por bar re!; Northern. $2.2&4f>3.25. 1 ,niii ins?j.; ????1; n 1 per bos PEACHES?Geoigla $3tf/3 SA, in crate. PK AUS? $3.50$ 1.00 p.-i Panel. MMKS-J: ' ?-> l>< r basket; PINK APPLES?10 il2e. BVNANAS? Por liuucb, 60c.?$1.60. COCOANUTS-100 lo bag. $2.00. CALIFORNIA ORANGES ? Messina, $3.00?f:i.t0; seedlnits, i:..u ::>: navels, $4.0? 614.50 per box: Janltic la. il.oo i>cr box. UltOCKKIKS. FLOUR?Mai bet lirm: spring wheat, patent. Si 7-0; winter wheat, patent, 81.004/ 4.20; winter wljeal, half patent, $s.&5; win? ter wheat, choice straight, $...7o; winter ?JjJSiriVEUY GuAHAKTEtoV P D Ein Lu ?I* THEY CURE! NOT SIMPLY RELIEVE:. ? Ob, what a bles?lng your Kidriej rills liavc Wen lo in? I cvrui 1. I straighten up for a year, liud walking iienrlj killed n*c. Now I could inn 11 fuot-tHcc, mid ulieii I m-c n man ' humph.c along, 1 lell liim lo ??: a box of Ji hu sou's Kidney i i!'-: anil get \ 1 j, i? uinks. vi:6T pocKrT sin. Cauloa, Ohio. 25 PILLS 10 CENTS. Superior to any hlgh-pri r.l remedy, i:y mail, ou receipt of I c ? <-iu ?.; -. Snclling's pharmacy. Itobert F. Holmes & Co., J. M. Fi Trotter, Wallace ?<C- .Moore. Norfolk; Wallace Co., Berkley; Jerome Portsmouth; Ur. A. W. Ely, Sur' ! P. Carr, I folk, Vn, Or Nice Buil?lno Lots in Front ol Giuj Pank Apply to SVIorris, SVlarshal. & Co., PHONE 884. NO. 158 PLUME STREET. We can sell yon a house in any part of the city. wheat, family. 13.00: winter wheat, fair to good grades of pxtra, $3.25; winter wheat super, $2.J5<U3.I0. MEAL?Per bng 100 lbs., $1.Q?; so lb bass, 05c. ' COPFEE?steady; Java, 21?25c.; do Luguara. 1211131-.: choice Hlo, 10?iic.: in line, do., 9St!)?.<!-.'.; fair, do., ? 79,(Jj 6Vic.; common, do., 7?7V?e. CHEESE?Largo full cream, none; small fid; cream. itl'.L-c HI T.Alt?Market steady. Tho plan of soiling sugar at delivery prices lias been suspended for tbo present. All quotations will he made f.' o. b. Norfolk. Cut Loaf, 5.'.'2: Patent Cubes. 5.5-1: Powdered, 5.IS: Pine Granulated, Ml: Standard' Granu? lated, 0.11: Confectioners' A. 5.20: Key? stone' A. ii.OO; Cenlennlul U, 1.00; Califor? nia 11. 5.15; Franklin Extra C, 1.41; Amer? ican Extra C, 1.28. SYRUl'? an u MOLA8SK? ? Mark?t miner n| the advance: syrup, gnori to choice, 21?23c.: lower grade syrup, ]2<yil5c.; molasses, Porto Pico. 'Wae; inolasscj. IMIOVISIONB BULK MEATS-?Market firm; rib s'oe?, r."ie.: bellies, eastern. C'/rftGl&c.; bellies, western, Oe. HAMS?Sugar rurod. 12%c, DRY PLATED JOWLS?IViC PORK PLATES?5V4c. MESS PORK?Old, s:>..10. HAM PORK?Per barrel, SlO.iiO. LARD?Pure butchers'; In tierces, o:;,c.: compound tierces, BVic.; fcQ-lb. tubo. m.J CO-lb. tins. Vie. more. WOOI, AND HIDES. WOOL?Unwashed. ISc.; bulky, 3 to 7c >-.s: crashed wool 25c: black; imjc. to 16c. HIDES?U. B.. 7H: ?reen. 0rt; dry nnt. '.I: <l.-v ?alt. life; damaged 7. SALT FISH. HERRING?-New North Carolina cut, In Bastei'n hnrrcls, $1.00: Potomac, gross, $3.00; mullets, IGO-lb. kegs, $3.75: spots, in?, lb. kegs, ;:;.V5: mackerel fai No. 2, $23.00. White li*h. new euch. 100 lb. kog.s, i"2.tio; i<) lb. kegs, ii.-i: 7o lb. kegs, $2.10. r-Mti-sii rtsn Spots, per pound, f>c.; conkers, per pound 2c. Taylors, per pound. 3c. largo rock, 'pc n?und. Iz'.fcc; pan rotte, per pound. 10'u 12c.; shad, none. SHIPPING REPORT. Parolen unil ' ?"<i?lv. OCTOBER 20TII, 1S09. ARRIVED. P.r. stmp. Qu eh Margaret, Curtis. Cor 1111, (from quarantine), to dis? charge cargo. Nor. stmp. Hebe, Petersen, New York, to load. Hr. stmp. Chancellor, Whldborno, Gal veston, to coul. Sehr. Eva D. Rose, Joins, Mlllvillc, light. Sehr. Alben Mason, Gale. New York, light. Se hr. Demon- Cray, Walton, Balti? more, light. Sehr. Clarence R. Lockwood, Walton, Now York, li;;in. Sehr. Florence Shuy, Abbott (relum? ed; crew ill). CLEARED. r.r. stmp. Chancellor, Whldborne, Liv? erpool, coaled. Br. stmp. Samuntha, Simmons, Lon? don, .oa rgo. Br. stmp. Pinner's Point, Wall, Liv? erpool, cargo. Nor. stmp. Hebe, Petersen, Kingston, coal. SAILED Oer. simp. Plohecr, Kunzcn, Tump: p. Nor. stmp. King Iluakon, Luisen, King's Lynn. Barge Henry A. Lltohileld, New York. A LBEMAR LE AND CHESAPEAKE CANAL ARRIVALS. NORTHBOUND. Stmr. R. IS. Lee. rnfl of logs, from North Carolina to Norfolk. Stint*. Virginia, towing, from North Carolina 1 1 Norfolk. Large Maryland, lumber, from North Carolina to Baltimore. Sehr. Three Sisi, is. potatoes, from North Carolina to Norfolk. Sehr. W. I). R igcrs, merchandise, from North Carolina to Norfolk. SOUTHBOUND. Stmr. Juniper, towing, from Norfolk tr \',,.[ti IVuviliiKi_ Barge No. S, light, from Norfolk to North Carolina. SHIPPING NOTES. Captain c. 13. Knowlton .md others; bought yesterday the nm- schoonci Henry .1. Itaymond and will inn her in tho lumber trade from ibis unit, sin is now under charter to the Cuinmoi Lumber Company. The schooner Florence Shay, Captain Abbott, returned from sen yesterday mate nmI cook being 111, and' will ship substitutes nnd proceed as quickly as possible. The x. Y.. P. ,<:? x steamer old Point Comfort went on Grnvos' railway yes? terday for cleaning and painting. J. M. JO-DAN & CO., Grocers and Ship Chandlers, Have opened in ihcir now store, south easl corner 01" Water street tun! Ferry Plaee. CALL AND SEE THEM. Cuban, none; .Nu-. Orleans, fair to cholcp :?; 1,1 If,; common. 12 10 h Dhde Remedy Co f>VnUll iO\ Primary, Secondary or M r ill o' "??1 1 ;"'-v sypiiihn i? ??? to 35 days, "ion can he treated at bora lor the aatlic price lind or fame guaranty. If you prefer la coin* here we will con? tract to pay railroad fare and hotel bills, ami no cliar;:< if v.? fail to eure U you have taken mercury. Iodide potnsh. ?nd | still have aches and pains, Mucous Patchei In mouth, sore throat, uimnle?, copper colored :-pots, ulcers on any pan of iho body, hair or eyebrows falling out It Is this Syphilitic BLOOD POISON thai we guarantee 10 euro. Wc solicit the most obfctlnate cases and challenge tin world lor a case we cannot cure, 'I'll., disease has always baffled t.V skill of the mqst eminent physicians. Absolute proofs scnl sealed 01. application, Also Lost Manhood cured, and make you feel in-, .1 hoy. Also Gonorrhoea: Gleet; Sperma (orrhoch, Whites, unnatural discharged or any ntlniuinutlon or ulccrntjpn 0. mucous inerbrnnes cured. We guiirantci tu cine or money refunded. Write foi Id.inks and i ool.lels on these dlseaai a, Address THE DIXIE REMEDY CO. i'. O. Ho.\ 523, Norfolk. Vn, por-COlOrtd'Spots, Aches. Old Sores, t .. cor? in Moirtli, Hair Paling- Write COOK REMEDY CO., 1617 MASON'IC TEMPLE! Chicago. 111., for proofs ol euros. Capital f?CO.Ati. Worst eases cured In 15 to SO duys, 100-page book free ';l>x. 1.;. ? BYRD, BALDWIN & CO., It Iv > I Ali AG I: > I It Of) MS \ Ml Jt JlAi)i.l\(ilO\ Hi I iiiAU, UUAA ?V KilllilX FOIt KENT. DWELLINGS. .731 Church. $4.50. 733 Church; $1.50. or> Falkland, $22.50. Three liouses, Poole STOllEa / St., Atlantic City, SI 5 cac>li. OS Tn/.ewell. $37.50. 133 York, $-11.67 CS York, $11.07. Mnbrv Arch. Ghent, $100.00. 2tl?,~ Maltby, $7.50. noons. 108 Falkland, $6.50. 30 Mar nor. $7. 136 Maple, $7. 112 Maple, $7. 7I'J. Church, $4 50. 725 Church, $1.50. 317 Grunby, $10. 335 liutc, $15. ?2 Cumber.ami. $7.00. 331 Church, $10.00 237 Church, (40.Wl 300 Grunby, $?>.0O. 314 Gran by. $UX00. OFFICES. 105 Grailby $15 00. 217 Mala, $10 euch. West Building, cor. Miin md Church. Haddington Build? ing, cor. Granby and C:ty Hull uve W. H. H. TRICE & CO., Real Estate and Rental Agents, COP.. BANK AND PLUME STREETS. 'PHONES 665. FOR RENT?RESIDENCES. 314 Hose avenue. 20 North street. ?00 Cove sircet. ? 401 Hute street. 2V) York street. 125 Mariner street. 2 nice houses In Atlantic City. !?5 Holt street. STORES. ]*J6 Church sircet. 211 Church street. 5S5 Main street. 5S3 Main struct. FOR REIM T. '.I Not lb s-t.. 7 rooms and bath. 1 Pool si.. 0 rooms and bath. M! W. Highland ave., S lOOIIIS. 3 new hOUSCS Oll S. Kelly live., ill bridge. 407 1% Highland ave., ho. S. l ark five., 8 rooins und bath. 04!) E. Main st.. S> rooms and bath. ROOMS.?5 rooms. llrsl Moor, on York Rtrccl ivllh bath. 3 rooins and bath on 1 Holt street. 501 W. Highland ave. 270 Chapel street, ?-' rooms nnd kitchen. 3 lints over Vlcltery, on M iin st. FOR SALE.?Nice licus' on Windsor nve Three houses on Chapel st. Nice I heute im Duncan Houses on Olnlborne, '. Reset vo^r and Highland avos. Throe new hi urn a on H. Kelly, at bridge. Brick b us ? on Charlotte. Bunk and Roush. Lots on Hank. Fcnchurcll and Charlotte. 1 MONEY TO LOAN. |H, C. HOGG ARD & CO., PHONE 7l'J. i0 BANK STUFET. L 6. WVL LIBBIS & SOH REN TAL AGENTS, ? ROOM NO ? TALBOT BU1LDINO. 173 MAIN STREET. FOR RENT. No. 715 Church street, lluutersville. No. 20 C .avenue, Hun tors ville. No is C avenue Hutitorsvillc. No. no Highland avenue. No 4S0 Sheldon avenue. STORE corner Cook and Calvcrt Sts. II' you have houses to rent cull us up ; over new phone No. SSfl and you will re : colvo prompt intention. RETURNS MONTHLY. i Norfolk Iron Works, GEO, W. ?UVAL & CO., j NO. IS WATER STREET, NORFOLK. ENGINES. BOILERS. SAWMILL and ' uil kinds of machinery of tie.' most un i proved pa'lKirns. Also repairing al Hit ! shortest itiitiru Particular attention iu i steamboat work. DBVAI.'S PATENT I BOILER TUBE FUR RULES are ib0 only perfect remedy fer leaky boiler tunes They can be Inserted In ;i few I minutes by any engineer, and uro war I ranted to stou leaks. |\v7i3,tavlorTc()T 224 Water Street. RAILROAD, STEAMBOAT AND MILL SUPPLIES. Agents for this section tor the bale of Graton Knight's Leather Belting. No* York Belting und rucking Company's Rubber c^o,is Knowlton's Patent Pack ? iu?. Snow Steam Pumps. my7 |TKE HENRI WAliEXDL^ SAW HILL, And tl ail road Supplies, HARDWARE AND SHIP CHANDLERY ?;n'niit" arid "Giant Planer," leather Re]111 "Claul," "Granite," and "Shaw nut" Rubber Belting, Agent for Knorvies' Steam Pumping Machine R. L.. CRANDY -P 2 ROKNOKB POCK WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEAL? ERS IN hay, grain, si raw AND MILL FI2ED. La rue stock on hand nnJ In transit SI LECTKD SEED DATS AND SEKn RVE IN' ST?CK. NO. 1 TIMOTHY BAY ALWAYS ON HAND. C.W.GRANDY&SONS Cotton Factors and Coraniksion Merchants NORFOLK, VA. No. 19 Front Street, Atlantic City AU? TIO> NA Ii KS-Til IN HAY. Liy the Morris Auction-house, 12 and II Washington St., opposlto City Market. LA RGB SALE OF FINE FURN1T tire, Carpets. Rugs, Druggets, l'lct ures, Cook und llent'ng Stoves. Crockery, UhiFSware, 1 Piano. 1 Organ, &c? at t?nr auction house THIS (Saturday) MORN? ING at 10 o'clock. It R. R. MORRIS, Manager. WK. FENTRES3 & SON. REAL . ESTATE AUCTIONEERS AND RENTAL AGENTS, No. IS DANK STREET, NORFOLK. VA. FOR RENT. DWELLINGS. 2C5 York street. 9 rooms. 8 Hamilton avenue, 10 rooms. 22 High street, 7 rooms. 220 Wllloughby avenue, S rooms. 435 Hute street, .Inn. 1st. Pool street, new house. STORES. Possession given Jan. 1st, 1300. 30 G ran by street, now occupied by Tay lo- & Loyall. 78 and SO Wnter street, now occupied by Norfolk Distributing Co. 62 Hank street, now occupied by Cablo Pinno Co. 77 Commercial Place. ill Union street. Possession given at once. Building corner Water and Madison. Possession given at once. 235 Brewer street, rooms adjoining. ?12-1 Freemason street, November 1st. For other Information 'phono 615. T. F. Rogers, ROOMS 200, 81(1 211 COLUMBIA BUILD? ING. GRANBV STREET. - 8TOHHE. Sloro No. 10 Bank street. Store No. 45 Commercial Place. Store and dwelling No, COS Main street. 4 new stores on Granny street. Sloro No. 73 Commerco street. Warehouse lie Water struct. Storo No. 370 Bute street. Warehouse Nos. 41 ana 43 Wood.ildo Lane. Orllecs: Granby. Bank and Commerco at* Store 270 Water street. Offices over 251 and 255 Main street. Two ofllccs in the Albcmurlc building. DWC'-LUtOS Dwelling No. 90 Bbush street. Dwelling corner Warran Crescent and colonial avenue. Dwelling No. 207 DuKo street. Dwelling In Mottu Block, Ghent. Dwelling No. 21.s Rons)) street. Dwelling No. 222 York street. Dwelling Olney Hold. Ghent. FOR SALE. A nice brick dwelling for sale on York street. cheap to a quick'buyer, W. M. MOORE. W. \V. DOYLE. ( HI. PORE & fit Heal Estate Investments & Loans ROOM 406, 4lh FLOOR. Columbia Building-, For Sole lit a big bargain lo quir k buyer six beautiful lota near the Country Club, very choice lot Olney Road, Rlhlde Place, two hundred dollars less than tho com? pany's price?must be Mild in next few days fur cash. Lots for salb in Ghent and all suburban sections. Easy terms offered purchasers. 15 shares paid up stock in West End ! Rial Estate Company. I3S lot-s in South Norfolk, near the Eliza? beth Knitting Mill, at terminus electric I car Ihn!?will be sold very low for cash. ! Choice truck Innd near the city and In Eastern North Carolina. Houses for salo In all sections, of tho cily and suburbs. All business has our personal attention, i Parties having houses or vacant lots to : sell will consult ihelr Interests by calling I on us. I Money lo loan on long lime in sums to , suit. Correspondence solicited. WHITE <3c GO. REAL ESTATE AND RENTAL AGENT NO. U BANK STREET. S North, S rooms .20.00 20 North, 8 rooms .,. 20.00 212 York. 0 rooms (Jan. 1).37.50 612 W. Brambleton, 0 rooms. 15.00 375 Hute S rooms .25.00 4<M Rule, 7 rooms (Jan. 1).17.00 406 Hute. 7 rooms . 17.00 421 N. Reservoir, 7 rooms. 0.00 1 Pool, Atlantic City, ti rooms. 1500 102 i hewer, 0 rooms .25.00 Ghent, 10 rooms .50.00 02 Grace street, 0 rooms . 25.00 203 S. Reservoir avenue. 7 rooms. 15.00 East Graes street, 7 rooms . 15.00 -T-Fn'.nklin sueel. l^cjoms . -feOO 25 North street, S rooms . 20 00 Grnydon avenue, 10 rooms .25.00 Pr< eiuason street, 5 room Mat .20.50 21.7 t loll sirect. S rooms .25.00 265 York, !l rooms . 30.00 175 Brewer, 9 rooms .25.00 32$ Hole. ') rooms .35.00 103 West Brambleton avo.. 8 rooms_20.00 ..:>.?> I;ute at.. 7 rooms . 17.00 105 l.ovlti avt., 9 rooms . 25.00 We have some good stores and Offices; also colored lenameuts not Included in UliS llKU_. FOR SALE! My residence. No. 123 York street, con? taining H rooms, bath room, greenhouse, cellar, etc. House is heated by hot water and .bus all modern Improvements. Lot ?Oxioo feet. PRICE, $8,500. TERMS.?3500.00 cash; balance, 1500.00 per ye?i with fl per cent, interest. This property would make a first-class hoarding house. I'oi further particulars apply to H. L. PAGE, No. 22 Bank St. v. P. snow &. co., Real Estate Agents, 236 Main St. Fine building lots in Virginia Place, Park Place, and Kensington at reasona? ble pr'cftf. also houses for residences and Investment in all parts of the city, Houses built on small cash payment and easy monthly Installments In any loca? tion desired. _ MADE ME A M?t? **B&* AJAX TAfil.ETS POSITIVELY CUliB 47?"^ A T.T.Xrrvoxta Dlstiutt?V .'Knit Mem; P7 ~ -\ t>rj,Imi?tene?;Ble9pleOTuo?*,oW.je?UfW if *? Im Ai.uho or other Exttcset mm Jndtr M..A.Y etotiea? Mm Qtiinklu, ????/ turclu \,. aora X/?t Viti.iiiy ii. <A1 or j-sr.nir. nr.'I .?s^f^'i. I i ii mini farttudr, huflnrr.', er raarrlice. lUrniatnnl. Ibofrnto ?i.i innnc-ji .;n iiiwij* .< ->i or..l ?^ccJ? ? tlOttR nhero nil rttjor I ? I In ?t c-ti h .vlr.ii Ihn cumino .'.J.-.s ^.<j.c'.*. IMJ ? ? lthousandsniiO, willcntiiyeo. Wa, i.eip:> tin :t?U8uaraatMtoe0ecvo?ars BfinvG in tchcattar refand the money, Prio vuU iurror . i.c!:? -o; or fix |>kc<M itnll trefttmenn for f2?0. 1y t nil. In "lain wrni.i.pr. "i on moent of rrlra. i; ',?r "???ajax remedy co., ^^1'" For sale in Norfolk, Va,. by Burrow, Martin .fc Co. and R. F. Holmes & Co., druggists. fe9-tu.th,sa-ly.