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Review oe the; Markets; and Real Estate "Business.
REVIEW OF MARKETS
FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL
Slocks, Money, Exchange, BonJs, Grain,
Cotton, Provisions, Etc.
New York, Dee. 3?.-The transactions
on Uio Stock Exchange to-.iay were
more or less interrupted by the holiday
frolics of the brokers on the lluor, but
there was sufficient trading In evening
ui, accounts for :hc close of the year
to niako u.iitc an active market and
some Irregularities in prices. The. Bal?
timore und Ohio stocks, after their up?
ward leap yesterday, were conspicu?
ously affected, the common falling back
nearly 2',fc and the preferred over a
point. The most active of special ties.
Including Sugar, the Tobaccos sind the
New York City Traction stocks, were
also inclined to react, although the
undertone, was Btrong an*! there was
disposition to hold stocks for the ex?
pected demand after the first of the
year. The expectation of this demand
is based on tie- sudden relapse In the
money rates at ail leading financial
centres, a London discount rate failing
below the bunk rate to-day. and the
Merlin rate showing a further decline.
This Rives ground lor a hope that the
export movement of sold will be
brought to u slop. It is possible, how?
ever, that the relaxation in foreign
money rate may lie- based on expecta?
tion of further supplies of gold from
this country. That being the? case
bankers believe that there may be n re?
currence of money stiffness in January.
The day's trading .1. inonslrtited that
the level of prices still offers It induce?
ments for Inv'cstmi ot buying. The sales
of small lots ot less than 100 shares con?
tinued oven more conspicuous than on
recent days- All grades of stocks were
embraced on this demand down to the
non-paying dividend stocks, with only
remote iirospects of return. The pre?
vailing sentiment on the exchange was
decidedly bullish. Prices of eilt edge
Investment bonds were not much affect?
ed in last week's liquidation, but the
junior Binde, or newly issued or con?
tingent Inlerestrpnylnff 'bonds, which
t-uffe'rctl last week, have been in ?ood
demand this week.
United Slates Ts, ..hl, IV.. new, i's and
r.'s, declined 'je. In the bid price. The
total s.'ilrs of to-day of slocks were
1113,700 shares, Including the following:
Atchlson preferred, 10,406 j Baltimore
und Ohio, li.?cu; Chesapeake and Ohio,
!>,608; Lake Erie and Western, 505;
Louisville and Nashville, 6,060; Man?
hattan Elevator, 0,420; Redding first
preferred, 6,000; Southern Pacific, 107*'
{150; Union Pacific, 12,000; American
Wire and Steel, 7,450; ltiooklvn Rapid
Transit, 7,900; Federal Steel, 7.625;
United States Leather, 40,030; Sugar,
10,775; People's (las, ?.G00; Pacific ."Mail,
7,605.
New York, Dec, 30.--Standard Oil.
4.7l>eY4.T4.
NEW YORK STOCK MARKET.
C P pre .75
Wu bash.7-:?
W pre.21'.j
W and L K .. .. !?w
\v nhd l. E pro.. 2TU
w c .im
a Ich i son .20
A teh'.H.n pre .. ?2
R and O .67?
C P. . . 02
C S .4S
C and o .,:i
O O W .12?
O B Hid <J .. ..|;(l?,'KXP. COMPANIES.
C i and i.IB-HI
C I and 1. pre.. 15 [A lams Ex.ltl
C and E 1 .. .. !K) lAnii e Ex .140
<: and N .IV :,i U t; Kx . ir>
C it 1 and P i...KKi'ii ""
?' ?' i. and S; i, . M-.j
S . r>Vi1 MISCELLANEOUS.
A C O .33"!,
A C O pre,. .. it!
A M . 7W
A M pro .31
S 1st pi ?. 11
C S 2nd pre.. .. If,
D and ii .us
l> 1. tind W ....177
I? and It <!? .... ISV4L
D and It i.i pr. . .'A S and It . :ir.?.J
l-:r:v.It "IA S and It prO.. SfAJ
Kile 1st pro.-. .. ir.'.jA S . 2
<u N pre.17.: (A S pre.17
II C .IRlilA H II .I
II V .Kl'/'dA S II pre.SI
Illinois Central .R2'.i A 8 ana w .. .. tsc.
.1 C .iiA 8 and W pre $9
I C pre.:?( L\ T P .2S<4
K C P and O.... S lA 'I* P
II v. .not W .... "!'?,}A T .W%
?L E And W pre. s:. Ja T pre.135
1. S .]!??;?;.! An Min Co .3M
and N .KOttfB it T
Manhattan I. ... W.-.'c Ii" and 1 .-14
hh s-. My .17i1?4|Con T.*2|i
Mtx O .1IVC T pre .5-5
M and St T.BOlii E,d Bt< el.S3
M and St L pre ?0! !? S pru .7t?
AI P ..|iv',i Vll El. eti le, ...kU'j
M and O.:'.".'..'C.hi Sucar.-Ii;
M< K and T .... 10V, Cl S pre .i'it
M K and T, pre '..;> Inter Paper .. .. 221*
N .1 C .IP-kil P pre.67$
N V C .'.i:tpN l .:u k do tins _80?
irTd iv .izm Nat His .sou
.?and V." pre .. 6S? N B pro.HOS
?/? V.5.:r? Nat Lead.
N P pre .73-ji N L pre.lO'.l
O ami W .22 Sat Steel .43
o r (Mid N .... 42 IN 8 pro.!>2
O R und N pre 7U YAP. .135
Penn .Kt"- N Amcr.II
Reading.i-> Caa Coast .:a
R 1st pro.fiiU P C lot pre .. .. }>2
R 2nd pre.2-'- P C 2nd pro .. .. ftV
R Q and \v .... . i .e.- Mail .45'
R C. and w ?res: Peoples Caa ....jot'
?St L and S F .. 9n Pressed Steel O05?.}
Kt. E and 8 P, P 8 C m'a.S3
1st pre.6? ' Pull Pal Our ..lSTlS
St I, and 8 V, S it and T
2nd pre.:;::;,i. Sugar .ISS'.i'l
t I. and S K .. lo'
Kt. I, and S W. "IT C and 1 .. .'. fM\
pro .25U U s Leather .. IMS
Rt P.1I7--. I' S L pre .. .. 7%
S P pre .172 itr s Rubber .; 42?4
St P and O .. ..120 U S R pro .10,1
HP .Wi st Union .... 85
8 R.T.a4 It I and S . SAU
s r pro .51*4 R i and 8 pre .. 61'J
T and P .it? IP C C and St I-7'..'i
U P .4S I
BOND MARKET.
New York. Dec. 30, 1S9:>.
United Spites registered .lojy
l-n:tcd States :t's, registered . liii
Uiiiicd States 3's, coupon .im
United States new t s, registered;133?
t/'tvlted Stale* new I's. coupon _133*1
UptUd States old 4V, register d .... ill
United States old 4's. . .op n .iir,
United' States ?'s, reirlstcred . JIMS
United States &'s, coup m . ii:
District, of Columbia 3 G5's . Hi
VIrsln'a Centuries . $ .
Virginia 1 lefi ricd . i"
NEW YORK MONEY MARKET.
New i'ork. Dee. 20.?Money on call
steady at r,'? 7 per cent. Prime trjor
cnntile paper, 6 per .-r-ut. S'efilriK
exchange firm, with actual business
in', bankers' bills al 4.87Vi<9''i.S7% for
.demand and 4.S1 =}i?.< 1.S2 for slxly'davs.
I'ofltr-tl rotes. I.R2vi(7/4.1s3 and iMYi
^OViiinic-rci.'il bills, -i.Sti',-l.f.o 'j. Silver
cert'flea t$\tsG-&tyc. Bar Kilver,
f.ri^vic Mexican dollars, 47''.?-. .State
honds inn-alive, strong, flaverntnc-iit
. bnntls, irregular.
WEEKLY BANK STATEMENT.
Xe\v York. Dec. 30.? The weekly bank
statements show the.following ehnngo:
Loans, Jncreuso .$ :S73,5fiO j
.'HtjB'plus. reserves, increase. 7S4.00U
Specie, (iiicreasc .?. -lo<;,2oo
I,isa) tenders, in-ireas.-.1 .lOS.rt'O
IV'jOSlt?. ?leere ;-v. 34?,.>M
CircuUtti'i'n, ipv: ?? ? ' ??. 45,MO ;
. The banks now hold S11.10S f'M |n |
excess of the legal requirements^
NEW YOllK PRODUCE MARKET;
New York. Dec. "to.?Flour inactive
and nominally uncliangcd; Minnesota
patent; [email protected]; Mlnnes ti bak r. 2 80
#3.10; winter potent.-0.50fi3.7r.; winter
rtraght. 3.3503.4S. Rice n ur ste fly;
fair to Rbodi 3.10'-?3.25; choice to funky.
3.3?$j|3.50. Buckwheat Hour, cjulct, at
;.lC(?i>2.23, Rice quiet; No 2 western)
C?ovJ. Barley quiet; mil i g. i$<8fZe.
Hurley malt dull. Wheat?Spot llrm;
No. 2 rod, 75c. Options opened steady
and unchanged on repents of exhort
business to Lisbon, thus offscitins the
slightly tilvcrrodl "lee inc. gp eulatloh
was, of cours '. v ry light all day. Al?
though exceedingly cold weither pre?
vailed over winter r.tatei, (here was no
apprehension over crop matters;
IVorld'H shipments were expected to bo
a !?):? ?3 la go/ thai last week.
Laicr the market imp overt1 o i covering
rind closed linn at [email protected]',c. advance.
Sales Included No. 2 red, March, closed
nt 755?c. May c l s d 75c. Corn? Sp'btB
lit adv; X'. 2. L03%C. Ml t. and 39'Ue.
?ptl iis opened dull "out steady, wi.h
wheat and on cables, in fa'-: of liberal
receipts al Chicago, ruled slow and
featureless all day. closing steady and
in h.g d. May .los d 3flc. O la Spot
dull: No- 2. 2;'-. Opt ons dull. Mess
10 CA. Baefhaini?, [email protected]; packet 1150
'n 12. Out meals quiet; p'ckled b Hies,
:>';''<~.y,; pickled hams, s!,'e.>. lyard
st tidy; December closed 5 nomljia):
rcllned quiet'. Pork st u ly; mess. IP?
10.50: short clears. 11.OOS) 12 00; fuinjly,
12.00? 12.-50. Butter strong; Western
creamery, 2302.SO.; do. factory, [email protected] ;
Ftate dairy, 18? 26c. Cheese?Fall-nin'cle
fancy small, l2-y,?'fl3e.: large, 12-Ti ; i::c.
Eggs steady; Pennsylvania 23"i?2lc.;
West rn ung od d nt mark, l.v.cjoc Pe?
troleum steady. Rtfln qul t. Turpeu
I e steady, at 51 Vjct52c. Rice Aim; do?
mestic fair to extra, [email protected](1VjC. e'offec
Mcady. Cut leaf sugar und crush d.
:i 9-lGc.; powdered; 5?,ic.; granulated,
5 3-ISc; cubes, 5 5-16c.
COTTON SEF.D OIL.
New York, Dec. 30.?Cotton seed oil
was quiet to-day and -unchanged, hut
still lirmly held.
TRUCK MARKET.
(By Teleeranh to Virginian -Pilot.)
TRUCK MARK FT.
New York, He -. 20.? PotaI e. steady;
New Je s y, 1.25('j 1.75; New York, 1.505)
1 75; Long Island. 1.50^)2.00; New .1 >rs y
sweets, 2.2.".'./;; 50. Cubbnga steady;
Long Island; [email protected] per hundred.
BALTIMORE GRAIN MARKET.
Baltimore, Dec. 30.?P'lour dull, un?
changed.
Wheat steady: spot and month,
7O^@70',.;c.; .lanuary. 7o;:i'<i 7iH?c;
February, 71">fn72c; May. 74?4#76c.;
Southern by sample, i?SiQ>71V&C.
Corn steady; spot, month and new
or edd, 30%4J37c; January? [email protected]%e,;
February, 37"4?371/(!c.; March, 37"4e.j
Southern whit and yellow, '.TV.:
No. 2 white, [email protected]
Rice dull. Sugar strong, unchanged.
Batter, cheese, and ogs-s llrm, tin
changed.
CHICAGO MARKET.
din
ftl 8H
??'tlie
Nor'olk Cotton Market
Hupci Intendenl'a nt ilco,
Norfolk and Porbuu nth col'ton Eh'.
Saturday, li e. kith, n<>W.
Following Is stateroom of th- n olpi i
and slilpniviits of cotton a; Norfi) . for
tin four (it months ending Saturday., P
ccmber 3, isot?, with comparisons for
y*?rs;
??';'-!:'?. "OS-'
Receipts ?! mo*
30 Dec, 'Mi ..233,3?
Exports .17,001
Cstwlsc, Oerl'nd
7- '.'s
ilC
. im aw
517,021
lrO.072
Stock on hand
Pflco midd^g ..7'i
Respectfully suhml
NORM A
Supcr'ntc nd< t-.t a..
ttefl,
N i:
I s ?
NORFOLK Vflf'KHS
For Grain, tiaij, GrncerlBS, Prov
.u.
?I mil Ii I tons in IVIIolnnllo t'r r
**M oilier" Is* ?liili il, mill i,r(<
Kiibjcn to IllM't Million <n mi,,-.
grain. HAY AN!) RICE.
OOrtN?Wblte corn, frotn nlorf
m'.xcd corn, Iroin store, -i.V .; whit
(rani itore. SSo.j mixed eats 33c
MI li. PEED?Market steady; b;
ton. $17.00: middling, $19.00 per ? ?
OATS?Steady; mixed, 35?. i whli
HAY?No. 1 Tllhjjthy hay. car lot
to:i lots, I1C.CA; mixed hay, a-.- idti
ton lots. S15.0O.
?milled Rlce--a? to eradfj
C% 0.
ROUGH lUCF.-Ncno on tho mn
PFANIT? AND PICAS
'PEANUTS?Market, new fancy!
strletly prime, 2V?c'.i prime, StiffSe
tnon. l'-eiyiv ; Spanish. (Co; per bti
PDAS?Blackeyo, t3.50jj[3.eo per \\
Country propuce,
rot; ltry
tin .
70
:m' i
32;,
Whcnt, Oorn, O.its, Provibljns, l.ard, Tdiort
Hills. BU.
Chicago. Dee. 30.?There was less i
than an hour's business In any of th ?
markets to-day. The cold woollier
made slight Improvement in the- cash
demand, and steadied Wheat, May
closing at a sha le gain over yesterday.
Corn closed u shade and oats, ijc, bet?
ter, anil provisions unchanged to 2V1'C.
lower.
Tho leading futures ranged OS follows;
Open. IIikIi. Low. Clot
Wheat No. 2?
Dec.m C:>7fc CVrn
May . tw\ ??Va
July . C9% 7'.? t.!':i
Coin No. 3?
Dec . r.n% ton W?8
.lan . ?r-s :-.?-h
May . 2--4 mi
0. 1ts No. 2?
Deo . 22?? 88H 22M
May . 23?j 2,i'a 23?i
Jless Fork, per barrel?
J in .10.07'/i In.10 10.r>:e
May .10.121-.. Hi. 15 30. lu
1. ani per loo pounds
Jan .:..ti."i r..i".". ;..! ::t;
May .fi.SO ii.otyj 5.m?
Short Rib.--, per 100 pounds
Jan .B.nS 5.37?,&
May . 5.50 5.55 5.50 jj>.
fash quotations were as follows;
Flour steady, quotations tin tJuftged
No. 3 spring wlnal. KOiffiCe.: No, u rial,
02!jvpi>'-..e.: No. ?.? corn, "ii 4'/:;ie ; f,-?,, ^
oats 22,...'(;i22->ic; No. 2 white 21",
No. '3 white. LMU'il-'.'<'?.; Nu. 2 1}
DiVJo,; No. 2 barley, 3<!^ 13c.; No.
.-.Hl, tl.-W?^; mess pork, per bid., ..
10,15; lard, per l?.o II?.. *5.35'i"i.r?tllnihorl
ribs shies, (loose). Sr..u5''i5.15; whisi
tillers' Hashed goods, por u.il., tl.
itiir.s, cut, loaf, unchanged.
On the Produce ISxchauge to-daSi
butii-r market was unchanged.
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2?h
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fl
nJl.511
er-'d
se.
dew.
of
rias
ta
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-Live, ttvady; ehielt?
218270..; i-pring chickens, .-null,,
.arge, tu^iOc; liucKl
5Re.
?'.ft ? i '
JH.50;
to
ket
- Si ?;
: cjiii
hel.
eg.
A most successful remedy lias been
found for Bexual weakness, -s;?<-1> as ;m
poleney. vnrleoeele, shrunken organs, ncr
von? debility; lost manhood, night einig
:? da, premature discharge and :i!l other
results ot self-nbusc ?r excesses, it cure;
any case uf the difficulty, n?vi r falls t."
restore the Organs toJfull natural strengt)
and vigor The Doctor who made this
wonderful discovery wants to let ever}
man know jbmit It. He will, therefore
.'?end the receipt, giving the various In?
gredients to he used, so that all :nen at
a trifling expense can cure themselves.
He sends the receipt free, and nil tin
readers need do i.-s 10 send Ills name and
address to L W. Knapp, M. D.. 1! .V.? Jim,
Uldg . Detrlot. Mich., requesting the fix
receipt as reported In this paper, it is a
generous offer, and all men ought to be
nliid to have such an opportunity.
nol2-?u,we-tf
>e.
EGGS?Market firm at lSe. P"r dozen.
Bin ?!;?:?< -cod eeuitfry, iztfjice.
COL'NTKY HAM? ? Stead,-; Smlthfteld.
faney. i^'iitoc: Virginia country; i'J'ji-'.jo ;
good* North Carolina. I0?'t2i4e.
POTATOES?Northern; white, J1.60?1.7r,
per bag: new sweets -layman, -jl.o-j pei
barrel; yellow; WcS/llCO.
CABBAGE?II.B04I 1.75 per sugar barrel
ONIONS?$1.5081.75 per bag.
U ERMUDA?None.
FRUITS.
APPLES?Virginia apples, $2.25<&3.G0 p-r
barret: Northern, $2.0t<#3.00.
LISMONK?13.50 per bux.
PEACHES?None.
PEAS?BB-VCKEYE, f2.30JJ3.00 per bag
DIMES?tl.00 per basket.
PINE API'l-ES-lli.i 12c.
BANANAS?Per bunch, EOc<5rS1.50.
COCOANUTS-rlOO to bug,'{3 50
CA i-l PORN IA ORANGES ? Messina
S2.ix.'iiJ -j: BCcdlngs, }3.00t>>3 25; navels. ji.ou
ft-1.50 per box; Jamaica, 13.60 per box.
GROCERIES.
FLOUR?Market nrm; spring Wheat
patent, 1-1.50; winter wheat, patent, $1.25;
winter wheat, half -oalcnt, SJ^O; win?
ter wheat, choice Straight, 53 US: winter
wheat, family, t.i.?j; jvlntcr wheat, fuiir to
Kood grades of extra; JJ.-i; winter wheat
super, J2.754f3.10.
Mt'.AL-i'ir bag 100 Iba., SSc; 00 lb. bags.
*C?I''PEE?steady: Java. Sf4Q>25c.: do..
Dagiiara, l-:<u<:.: ene'ee Rio, 1 Off Be;
prime, do., '."?-t".ic.: fair., do.. fft^c;
common, do.. 7V44f'7*ic.
CH EESE? Large full cream,.13*,&<"pl4*4c.f
small full cream. Uft&c.
SUGAR?Market steady. Tl-.o plan of
Belling sugar at delivery prices has been
suspended for the present; All quotations
wll( he- made f. o. b. Norfolk, cut Loaf,
6.112; Patent Cubes. 6,54: Powdered; 6,43:
IChie Granulated. 6.4.1; Standard Granu?
lated, 6.41: Confectioners' A, 5.1.5: Key?
stone A, 5.C0; Centennial B. 4.00: Califor?
nia B. 0.45; Franklin Extra C. 4.41; Amer?
ican Extra C; 4 2S.
SYRUPS ANIJ MOLA3SES ? Market
Prtncr n: the adverseo: syrup. g?o<*. tc
choice. 2!fj".?c : lower grade syrup, lL-'ipiSc.:
molasses, l'orto Pico. 204j'2Sc.; molaases.
provisions.
BULK MEATS?Market firm: rib sides,
$5.00; bellies, eastern, G$?c.: bellies, west?
ern; $0.10
HAMS?Sugar c-irod, J2c.
DRY PLATED JOWLS?tVie.
PORK PLATES?5l?.e.
MESS PORK?Old "jo.25.
HAM PORK?Per barrel. J11.00.
LARD?Pure butchers*. In Heroes, 7",e.;
compound tierces, 6: so-lb. tubs and iu
lb. tins ',;c. more-.
Wool,?Unwashed. 13c.: bulky, $ *? 7c.
r?.?s!i?,l wool I?C : black. !-"-???- to 16'.-.
HIDES?G. S.. 7"-: gr<-en, 6%; dry Bat,
14; drv tait. U'-j: damaged 7.
BAI/T fr'ISU.
I HERRING?New North Carolina rut. 5p
I Eastern barrels. 34.25<fJ4.?O: l'otom.ic,
gross. ?.C0; mullets, liw-ib. kegs, $1.60;
spots. 100-lb. kegs; $4.50; mackerel rat No.
v. $23.00; white lish. hew catch. ico-ib.
kegs, $275; to-lb. ktgi, 3-.40; 7J-IO. kegi,
til.20.
FRESH FtSIT.
Spots, per pound. 6c: croakers, per
poui-.d, 2'"itc.: tayiors. p-r p.c.. :.d. 4i'r;
large rock, per pound, 12}&c.; pan rock,
per pound. Ctif-Se.: ; h.,.,.' none; ti out 2g 3o.
Sl^BpcSj ION
Cure,! by .Inhn.'on's Dyspepsia Ccro
"I auffere'l overt wo years with Indigestion rind
Nervoi.s I'yspepsla, u-iablc to c: l er sleep. I
j tried several | Uj ic.ls.ud mid different ietucdlss,
hut they only helped me fot n shoit nan-, a
1 fsiciid advised nie to t,:!.e Julllisoit's, Dyspepsia
j Cute. I i.i>?<- t.iVfu lli.re l- sea, and ani now
feeling better than I !-.. ?? foi two years. Have
a good appetite. Bleep well and hnve uoneof-the
! t-ymptum:. of Indigestion or Dyspepsia, while
[ 1 have gabled t.;u poiiiidl in weight within a
I couple ol tnunt'is. I.mi taking pleasure in re
comuienditig Johnson's Dyi a< psia i ire win tc
. et-n I enniand several pfitiy friends, i re taking
it with niar'-ed tcAults..'- f?:A. Aruold, Cinn.
i l^irge Box to cts. by mall', ?rfly? ?? atamps
Made ot TUB JOHNSON t.A ? RIF.S, Inc.
PHlU.p?Li>'4ifl
Sncillng's Pharmacy, noherl P. iitimes
.t- Co., J. M. P. Trott? r. Wallaci A Moore,
Norfolk; Wallace & t'o., Berkley; Jerome
P Carr Portsmouth: Dr. A. \V. Ely, t'uf
fo'lk. Vu
HOME KILLED MEATS \
THE ONLY KIND WI-J SELL THF
ONLY KIND YOU Wti.i, C.-l AI-TER
YOU UNDERSTAND THE MEAT PRO?
BLEM; IT W1L1, I'A V YOU TO SEND
US YOUR ORDER FOR A NUMBER
OF REASONS.
i Corner Queen oil! Hhorch SU.
Ol'l 'Phone. .S3".. Naw 'Plione, HU0.
j BEE?H??S'S FHJLSf
p For Bilious and Kerraus Bisorders
!; 8re VSflfhqut a Rival, :
?5 Aii,*((jAi.:.Ai i?ov>:iu.,ooo,oooaoxrti. $
l ineentartnU2Sccit<i,.alalldruifet?rfj,, &
, . Kv: .-. -.. - .-.-.u-y-.-iiait'.aiit.cwvtl
3 B 9
USB
-It Requires to rYlake Monthly Payments on the
X^XI?* JB> LOTS
-OFFERED FOR SALE BY THE
But you ure sum to miss it if you fail to buy one or more of these lots at the prices at which they are now ofj
fered. Ten dollars per month will in a few months put you in possession of as nice a lot as tan he found anywhere
in the best locality that can be chosen. J.'-j you think you ion buy one of these lots live years hence as low as ?::00?
Von can buy one of them to-day as low as 5150, and as they will surely bo wortli more than ?300 in five years, that is
20 per cent, anuur.l Interest on the investment. The ? ighl t? do better than that, and in all probability will In?
crease 100 per cent, within three yvartybu! ? ? >? ? ? Tbl I .it! < ? ?periy will soon V-c-m? in?
side property
It is but a very short time since there were ni h . s ? r improvements in the Port Norfo;k-,P}riner's Point Sec?
tion. Now it seems that everything is turning that way, nnd to-day there are but few desirable lots on the market.
As soon as the present tract is sold, buyers will have to go farther out, and even pay higher prices than are asked
now by THE PORT NORFOLK INVESTMENT CO. Just now acreage property beyond this tract is held at as high
a price as we uro offering this property by the lot. Now Is Ihe time to lay the foundation for future wealth by making
a wise Investment. Economy and prudence will do the rest. Everyone who visits this property is surprised at the
growth of this section, and charmed with the beauty of the lots.
Call on or address for further information.
? it xi j$ ?
ROniHWlH & WBEI CO.,
'NORFOLK, VA.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS
-1JV
We now have on our yard a slock ol
freshly mined and cuoico
ANTHRACITE COAL.
Our customers would do well to p'.nco
their orders and lay In their winter si.ri
ply while the coal is dry, fresh and clean.
Pocahontas Steam Coal
a specialty. Get our prices before buying
clsutvhere.
Pine and Oak Wood !
of the very best quality on tills market;
sawed, split and delivered as rcci ilred.
Your orders aro respect fully solicited.
If
ii> Rnlliilmi I Br
illlllliPill o HI
iu
NORFOLK, VA.
OLD 'PHONES, ?-lll and 236.
NEW 'PHONES. 16 und 20. .
COAL UPS AND DOWNS
hard
Increased freight raten by land and
we.ier front Pennsylvania havo caused an
advance In the price of Anthraclto Coal
throughout ilia United Stat;;s. The ad?
vance In Norfolk, however Is not great
as at meat points t/sewhoro.
J? o 1a
On the other hand, the railway rates on
Soft Coal in Vluyn.* Have not rimp-.'ca
.ind It fives us pleasure to annotinco that
on and after NOVEMBER 1st. the price
of our
? oms Creek Lump Coal is REOUCEO to
$4.50 per Ton of 2,240 Pounds.
This Coal makes a bright, cheerful fire,
producing a maximum of heal with ?
minimum of ash. TOMS CREEK COAL
may ulwaya bo known by Its pecullur
reiso Aflsi-i;
Trigg .& VYHmer, Agents,
Virginia Iron, Coal and Cuke Co.
Moth. Phones. Citizens' Rank Building
ami l-'.z Nlylson street, Norfolk, Va,
JUnno DnUdi
k $ ffsf*^ ff* ?*. jpp 1 ? f 4^
bM\ 3RQ ft000
We Make Prompt Delivery
With First-class Articles.
JOHNS BROS,,
COAL and WOOD.
Down Town Office, 117 .Main Snoot
Both phones 7So,
C.W. GR?NDY & SONS
Cotton Factors and Commission
NORFOLK..' V A.
Ne. is From stress!; AtlaMio* Ci
JA:
ABBOTT MORRIS, V/. W? MARSHALL.
NOTIC&??ll Investors or Komeseekers Will
Do Weil by Calling' on
II?BHIS, M?B6H?LL $k CO.,
REAL ESTATE AMD INSURANCE AGENTS,
nkw 'itionkl nriMCE, 158 PLUME STRCET. oir> -iTioxK 92?.
BY WD. BAL?WJN & GO.,
Uli A I A I- A4! l.Ti i ??. < OH ? - ?'. 4 . I> U
u? ih?i .s?; r??,\ is it. n.vu,
<iUA:. tiV M
DWaWNCS ISM rtranby. ::s.00.
IlM ?vaplo, $7.<H>.
4M Frbethason, ?S3.ir. j ?????? b, ?1.00.
S2-Mariner, *l! |!'"- Walke, $12.50.
n north A. City. U>.lj2l Church; ti.:o.
31 north A. Uli;
$10.50;
North A. City
Two h?llpc
dark Rtrei t. I.tni
bri-t'n Polin, euch.
?t.CO.
c.< liai'iiiohii. j:c.:o.
jr.3 > orU. ?ll ' 7.
r.> York, sti.'.v.
Mnbry Arch. Ohorn,
$100.00.
ROOMS.
Front 00.
Fr?nt, v.M.
?:i < hurch, $1 iO.
STORES,
.'17 Cranby, $1).
U? Bine, sfg
.-:?! Church, jto.r-).
EST t hurch, Sto.ua
?itt Cranby, t.io).
OKl'lCKS.
:n.'. Cranby. fli CO.
Math; $10 each.
West Building, cor.
.'istn and Church.
Ha.i<lint;ton Build
ins, -.or. Qranby
oral City Jlali avo.
[XY;;..;,;;
Make a Note
of our price of $5.f>) '. tt our cel?
ebrated SPLINT COAL, then try and
match this prlee frir i coal of equal qua
ity. Wo say you can't do
our word for li and save
pui'cucc, n.-> well as money.
take
and
Geo. W, Taylor & Co..
61 Cranby St., N?rT?lk, Va.
.Blow it Upl
I If our coal doesn't burn right? blow it
? up
If it <l;n't burn then?blow us u:>.
We cart nave yon a lot of coal worry if
! you'll let us. Our coal In carefully satect
i ed. screened and graded.
You pay what la rist'm?no ni?ro \'h%%
i iret at?.d coal. Delivered whoti
' It?tlS yon want it.
want
Norfolk Coal & Ice Go.
? ? samt. rmtiTifei: \ ?
S. B. JIAI? fTil.L I / Proprietor*
. 5537 WATER ST.
BOTH PHONE3
T. F. Rogers,
ROOMS 2*i. ?10 2!t COLUMBIA BUILD?
ING. UriANBV STREET.
STORES.
Storo 3S1 ?ml 3S3 Main drool.
Sture No. !KI Ruanoko avenue;
Store Roanoke avenue.
Storu No. >.! Commerce street.
::i.ir..- No. i'i Bunk street,
store N .. .;j Commercial Place.
?jtotn ami dwelling No. COi Ma n street.
I new tit ores on Crnnl.y struct.
Warehouse 1'^' Wai.'f street,
htore No. Buta street;
Warriiuttse Ncs. 4> and U Woc?<S*l4? Lan*.
< ?::!. Cranky. Bank anil Commerce *t?
Store S7P Water ntreat.
Two office* Ui the Alberr.arle bmldlpx
DWKLI.INf.K
Dwelling 5*0 Freemason street.
New Dwelling on Brown streit.
Dwelling 2?S Granny street.
Dwelling No. W York street,
Two dwellings tn .Mottit Block, Client-.
Dwelling 54 Gran by street.
Dwelling i<-7 Cove eireti, opposite Cum? ,
Ijcrland street.
lnti York street.
XI Grunby street.
Dwelling 197 Main street.
Dwelling No. k? Doush atrc-t-r.
Dwelling In Mottu Mlocl., Ghent.
Dwelling No. i22 York strcoi.
FOR SABS.
r.-") Church street.
Dwell, n;; Vorn I'.ice ami .lames street
Queen street, corner National lane.
No. ,% Hamilton avenue.
Dwelling on Freemason stroot.
No 93 Commercial Place, occupied by
\v. it. Martin us u wholesale hardware
s.
Pour brick dwellings on Chapel lane.
paying 10 per cent.
2.15 Main street.
SIO Bute street.
26 Falkland street.
Ii3 Chapel street.
Cu and 71 (eld numbers) Bank street.
Two dwellings DeBreo l'iace. N. K. cor
nt : of Bridge street.
49, ;.). 53, 57, .">j Bank street,
lir.t.iy warehouse; Nlviion street.
72 TuzcWcll street.
209 Chapel street.
Two cottages at Virginia Beach.
.Slop-? 47 Ruanoko avenue
37 High street. <
201 Cumberland street;
Nos. c> ;n,.j ?;?) pool street.
210 Park avenue;
Heanicn'M Friend Society's property on
Water street, oppoo to ClydO Line.
Small farm on Broad Creek Turnpike,
al>.at three acres.
:? Hull street.
2*7 Gran by sir. et. ,
55 ard f>7 Virginia street.
222 York strei t.
V,i und KU Wolf street.
39?, 25$ Church street.
Pour brick ton emeu 14 on Wilson .ver.ue.
531 Bute' strei t.
j.j and ill Brown avenue.
273 Yolk sir.-et.
74 Olid *.G York stre-et.
74 and "0 Ro.tnok: Square.
KJ Brown nvenue.
623 and 1"..". Bute street.
Two dwellings on Olney tj^ad (Ribble
tract;)
1211 High street
One dwelling Duke street, south end.
43 Oueen sireat;
Li3 and 213 High street (Portsmouth.)
211 and 210 King street (Portsmouth).
$14 Bank street.
12 Duncan avenue.
LEACH E-WOOD PROPERTY. S. W.
co; tier Gro'nby and Freemason streets.
Commerce street, cast s;de, and on Wa?
ter, front 72 feet.
It and 10 Roar.oko dock.
103 Duke street.
130 N. Marshall avcntio.
103 High street.
(tOI Par.k avenue.
31 Cumberland street.
ICO Ctrto street.
'.*. York street.
and 424 Highland avenue.
*<?.. York street.
Vl York ' at ice'.
4l< 420, 422 and 424 Freemason street.
240 Hank street.
Warehouses S-iC and 24S V.'atT street.
'Dwelling MS Botish street.
I inching SM Hute street.
anil 130 W. Main utreet.
; -? ar..l I-".. Main stree t
Elegant dwelling 127 College Place.
v tenement hou^ea on Kent streit.
16 Hill street.
IS, ".? 22 and 2t Ronnrke dock.
Vacant .lots ii*. West End Land Co.,
Ghi n't, Norfolk Co, Collcy avenue, Cc-n
t:..l avctluo, Camp avenue, Mary's avc
i hue, Oliii-y-ivraii,-note street, Y'ork street,
1 Rough street;' WftfOr front lots on Water,
Gktiborne, Levitt avenue; vacant lols on
' .1ui- -s and River street. 57 feet front on
. Granby and Charlotto streets. HO vacant
, lots ?1x100 c-i Princess Ann* avenue und
I Rroiot CrccW Turnpike, cheap lo u quick
i. buyer.
-t-??.? -
W. H. H. TRICE & CO., v
Real Estate and Rental Agents,
COR. BANK AND PLUMB STREETS.
'PHONISS 605.
FOIl RENT?RESIDENCES.
63 York street.
N.'ce House Olney Road, Ghent, fur?
nished. J27.50.
. 265 York street 130 per month.
Avenuo "A," Atlantic City.
121 Washington street.
203 Covo atreet.
Three rooms No. 5-1 Fenchurch slreot,
21!) York street, possession at one*.
133 York street.
2C North street.
tan cove street:
125 Mariner street.
z nice houses In Atlantic City.
STORES.
01 Roahoko avenue.
023 Chinch street.
6*5 Main street.
5S3 Main street.
Dos table storo corner Cove and Fea?
church streets.
Stable on .Madison street.
Desirable location for light factory, !n
cIutliiiK stables, Brainbleton avenue, B-0
per year.
F"OR REN f.
26 North street, 7 rooms und bath.
176 South Kelly, 7 rooms und bath.
327 Bank, ;> rooms and bath.
519 East Main street. S rooms and bath.
205 York street, t> rooms and bath.
Corner Golf and Church, brick house, 8
room*.
313 Wllloughby, 7 rooms and bath.
Several nice farms on salt water near
the e'ty ror year lfiOO. Nico largo brick
houso with about 7 acres la village of
Kenipsvlllo by month or y ar.
Rooms -121 Freemason, first Moor abjvo
Rtoi e.
271 Chapel street, r. rooms.
Store on Freemason.
13 Henry street.
FOR BALE.
New houso on So\iin Kelly or.o on
Windsor: three nice bouses on Wiilough
by?a nice Investment: one houso on
Reeves, sooth of i.ovitt: one. ru Duncan;
on<: on Puke street: nice brick houso on
Bank: one op Charlotte; w:o on Cumber?
land; also In other sections:
Several nice farms near tho cltyj somo
on salt water; also laud by lot; block
or acre, and
MONEY TO LOAN.
H. C. HOGG ARD & CO.,
PlIONE 7t'J. \'M BANK STREET.
WHITE ?t Co7
REAL ESTATE ? N11 RENTAL AOK.Vl
NO. II BANK BY BEET;
!.i Franklin uvcnuo.'S rooms .ir,.r,7
21-! chapel street. 0 roomsu;,. 10.00
3t North BtrC t. 7 room:; . fi.ca
(New) Olney Read, 3 rooms .2.i,oo
(New) Olney Road, s rooms .30,00
Ki Duncan avenue. !l looms .25.00
30th street. Park Place, ):: looms .... 2.".t?
(NOW) Crown street, S rooms .JJO.Oil
131 York street. 13 rqtms .?IO.QTi
110 BroWer-strcef, S rooms .ikm
217 Ciimb. rhitid strecj, rooms.25.00
*,:.<) W. Brainblolon a 'eitti ?', 10 rooms I8.?)
421 N. Reservoir avenue, 7 roomn_l?.ijO
7L'i J.wnue'.n aci.nije, ; iooiii? . Ifl.i.O
4SS Duke street; t. rooms. r:..<-i
3X5 Church ulrtet, store.(.. i'?.oo
240 Church street, store.40.00
3 ri om Ha: York street.
26 North, :l looin3 .!?.> CO
;'12 Yot.lt, 9 looms (.Inn.. 1)..'. 37.50
175 Bill?,, h tooths . 25.0?
40*1 Bute. 7 looms ./.I7.."rf?
Ghent/ i" rooms .
I: is: Orate street. 7 room.i . 15,01
26S York, P reontH .:;o.cJ
to.! West Rrambloton ave.i s robmti_20,00
;<IS Bute St.. 7 rooms. . 17.00
forhemtT
Large Store, Goruer
Water street and. iloan
oke avenue.
11. C. WILLIPIS &
ROOM NO 0 TALBOT BUILDING, 17J
MAIN STREET.
NEW PHONE NO. SS?.
AT A BARGAIN.
jj_r-i.t feet en Chrirch street and iwo
Lots oil Mary's avcnu.2,
For further p.irticu! ifi apply to
H. L. WAGE,
No. 2 2 Bank St.
W. R. Fentress & Bon,
GENERAL REAL ESTATE AND
RENTAL AGENTS;
IS BANK STREET. SECOND FLOOR.
FOB rent.
dwellings:
I", York street.
in Wllloughby oyonue,
435 Bute street, Jan. 1st.
3 pool street.
2 Railroad avenuo.
in Dartmouth street, 3 very deslrablo
rooms.
??('j Bank street, store a ad dwelling.
STORES.
30 Granby street, Jan. Is!, 1500.
7-. and 80 Water Btreet, Jan. 1st, 1P0O.
!>?' Bank street. Jan. J-t, 1000.
7V Commercial Plate. Jan. 1st, 13?.
R69 Bank street, dwelling above,
Rollfilm: corner Water and Madison.
2.15 Brewer street, rooms adjoining,
421 Freemason rtr. ( I.
FLAT.
421 Freemason .stnet.
For further Information 'phono 515.
F=. L-. CRANDY
MZ R?HN O K ?5 DOCK
Wtt'?LESALE AND RETAIL DEAL
EES IN
HAY, GRAIN, si RAW
AND AULL FEED. .
Largo stock on hind and In transit.
SELECTED SEED OATS AND SICCO
RYE LN STOCK.
NO. 1 TIMOTHY BAY ALWAYS Ol:
HAND.
IIA VF. YOU S?ro Throat, Pimple?, fecit
ner-Colorcd Spots, "Acheo, Old ?SorW. >"?
cor* la Mouth. llal>. l?n.>Ht??-.' Wr'l>
COOK REM KiiY CO.'-JC! iMASOXR
TEMPLE; Chicago, 111.. for, nrooi's o
cues. Capital $01)0,000. We !.solicit th<
,'nvst obstinate ciiec?, \v* have wired th
! worst cases. :n 15 to d .* >a. JOO-paS
I buoV '

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