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Prices Reached Substantially
DEALINGS QUITE HEAVY
Profit-Taking Made Only an Insignifi?
cant Impression on Prices, and the
Market Closed Firm and Active
Near the Top.
(By Associated Press.)
NEW YORK. June 12.?There was
continuance to-dav of the activo buying
of stockB which dovoloped so suddenly
yesterday morning and prices wore car?
ried to a substantially higher level
throughout tho list on dealings of over
a million shares. Thn market closed ac?
tivo and firm at near the top, profit tak?
ing on the considerable advance making
Hii Insignificant Impression on prices.
The largo demand this morning for stocks
was fed freely and the active trading of
the first hour was within a fractional
rango of prices, after tho opening ad?
vances, Tho confidence with which theso
Offerings were absorbed tmeouraged re?
Tlio demand showed signs of being sat?
isfied at times durln_ the ,1bv and there
were lull? In the activity of the mar?
ket with fractional recessions In prices,
hut no important pressure to sell devel?
oped at any time during the day, and tho
bulls liiid the situation completely In
hand. Evidently a considerable part of
tho demand came from tho short Interest
which had. failed to cover/ yesterday In
the hone of a reaction from tho first re?
bound, or which had put out fresh short
linos to contest the recovery. There
was some covering of short lines of older
standing as well, which were put out
earlv In the stock market reaction and
which have rcinaim.il uncovered through
thn occasional rallies. This demand and
nonio buying from belalod Investors was
significant of a feeling of confidence
that the turn In the market Is some?
thing more than temporary. There has
been a waiting Investment demand which
has held back from buying on the prin?
ciple tha tgo long aa the market was
going down they might get stocks cheap?
er. Thursday's sudden rebound deprived
this olement of Its opportunity to buy
stocks near the lowest, hut ?here seem?
to have been some buying of this char?
Thero was evidence also of some new
speculative veutures on the long side
and of ronewed activity by organized
dooIs In certain stoclts. A Judicial decis?
ion affirming tho rlcht of the coal-car?
rying companies to refuse to comply
with certain demands for information by
tho Interstate Commcrco Commission,
was the nominal basis for the rise In
coalers. Rumors wore circulated also
of a strong show In earnings for May
to bo shortly published. Tho Baltimore
snd Ohio statement showlnc more than
two-thirds of a handsomo Increase In
gross earnings preserved for the net earn?
ings made that stock and those affiliated
with It prominent features of strength.
The Pacifies and St. Paul were In large
demand, and there was some disposition
to attribute tho strength of the Gould
group to %'ague suggestions that the
heavy accumulation of Pennsylvania on
the declino had resulted In sufficient hold?
ings to secure representation In that
company for the Gould Interests.
Tho forecast of tho currency move?
ment Indicated a good balance of re?
ceipts from the Interior t? offset the loss
to tho Sub-Treaeury and by gold exports
and In addition yield an Increase In tho
cash reserves of tho banks of nearly
52,000.000. It Is hoped that tho heavy
liquidation early In the week will be
reflected In a considerable loan contrac?
Sterling exchance continued to recede,
but an additional engagement was made
of gold to go to South Africa, Mon?
day Is tho first day upon which pay?
ments aro to be made of th? fifty per
cent. Installment of subscriptions to tho
new Pennsylvania stock Issue. This will
call for the payment of ?45.000.000 on or
beforo June 2<th, Largo portions will bo
paid In Europe and In Philadelphia, and
It has been officially Intimated that tho
nroceeds will be used for repayment of
the MO.OOO.OOO loan taken out by the Penn?
sylvania for six months last January.
Bonds advanced In sympathy with
stockn. Total Bales, par value, ?2,833,000.
United States 2's. coupon, declined 1-4;
and the new 4'b 1-3 oer cent, on the last
Total sales of stocks to-day were 1,072,
MONET AND EXCHANGE?CLOSE;
Money o ncall, easy, 1 ??-4Q2 1-4; closed,
offered. 1 3-4; time money, steady; sixty
days and ninety days. 4 1-2; six months,
fi \-\<0& 1-2; prime mercantile oaper, 4 3-4@
6 1-4: sterling exchange easy, with ac?
tual business In bankers' bills at KS7.43
for demand and at H.84.70 for sixty days;
posted rates, S4.S-? 1-2 and 4.SS 1-?; com?
mercial bills. $4.84 1-2: bar silver, S3 1-8;
Mexican dollars, 41 1-2.
Wall Street Gossip.
(Snednl to The Times.Dlnpstcb.)
NEW YORK, Juue 12.?The opening of the
?took market wu generally strong on the further
advance In London and the belief that a good
part of tho ahort Interest was still uncorered,
The profeaelonnl element was follo?-lng the gen.
eral trend of the market, at leust ao far an the
floor tradera were concerned, but the larger
operators ara probably still doubtful of the rally
AMALGAMATED COPPER STRONG:
A. O. I'. showed considerable early strength
In sympathy with the advance In Rio Tinta I?
I/>ndon. It la doubtful, however. If thero la
much more than u short ?Interest to put tho
slock up at prenent. as the best-lnformod trnile
Inf?rent? ara ?'fry doubtful ns to the possibility
of maintaining the present price? of tho metal.
There waa ?oine attempt to develop a ipeclal
movement In thn Wnliasli Issues on tho report
of an arrangement with Pennsylvania. Tha atory
did not leculve any good confirmation.
FIRST HOUR SATISI'ACTOU?:
The market shoivod a very satisfactory tona
throughout the tlrst hour, and In ?pite of heavy
[irofll-taUluK did not react substantially. Linden
was an Important help In the enrly trading, but
tho operations of the larger profcsilonals were
mixed and difficult to trace.
I.udenburg, Thulmann &. Co. will ship $2.10,000
lo Argentina to-day,
THE) SECOND HOUR:
In tho second hour the market held rather
well, although there waa two sides to It, and
the Belling In 6ome places looked better than tho
buying. There was no doubt thnt a good deal
of stock bought to protect on Tuesday and Wrd
nesday was cowing ont. The small trader? wer?
bullish on the theory that there ?vn? sufficient
?bort Interest to offset the liquidation,
LOl'ISVILLB ANI) NAHHVILI.B:
Louisville acted as well as anything, and It la
probably well within tho mark to say that the
Western holdlnga, which were regarded us a
source of weakness by tha control, bave mostly
fon? Into safer hands during the recent decline,
t Is thought that ultimately tbl? will have an
New York Stock Exchange.
New York Cotton Exchange.
PRIVATE WIRES TO
fi ~.*?- -._._ 2
\ OFFICIAL RANGE AND SALE OF STOCKS IN NEW YORK
A _?-v_./-\ ??*.,?._._ ?._._._'.-? _.' _
100 American Can com . ft
v? American can pfil. 431,4
??? American Or?is Twine.,.
_? ?Arn**r'<,'"-n Cotton oil com. S5',i
?aog American l?ocomotlve coin. 21?,
&"0 American Locomotive pfd. 90?
100 Anaconda . !?i
?BOO American Car and Foundry..., ifc",i?j
boot American Bugaf. na?,
l.'M.Vo A., T. and Santo Fo corn. ?,s>,_
ITHO A., T. arid Santo Fo pfd. K
v.rtti Amalgamated Copper . G5'_
<WW>0 Haltlmorti nnd rilil,. . M's
10110 llrooklyn nnpld Transit. w\
2X200 Canadian Pacino . 122%
cot? Chesapeake und Ohio. ;r,%
4'JO Canad? Soulhern . 67'
8130 Colorado Southern com. lf<H
GOO Colorado Boulh'.rn Int. pfd.... Mi,,
800 Colorado Houthcrn 2d pfd.... 88
KWJ ChlcaRO, Ml!, and Ht. Paul. 151M
SOt/50 Chi., Hock Island and Pao. P.t'.i,
?do Fuel and Iron. (!7',j
Delaware and Hudson . 170
Del., Lack, and Western. 2.r>U?
Erlo com . ?-2
Erlo lit pfd .,. WU
Kilo 2d pfd . MT4
General Electric. 180
Illinois Central . Kit
Leather . 9Vi
m Louisville and Nashville. 110>4
8M0 Manhattan! . 130$
2200 Metropolitan . 12.)!,
4.TO*? Mexican Central . 22
?000 Missouri rnclflc . 103
0775 Chicago Great Western..
800 Ci C, C. ftiid 8L Louis..
4*20 Consolidated Oas
Branch & Co? Bankers and Broker*
Low. Close. SALES: ,
ft 6?t| 3110 Mo., Kan. and Texas com.
???i ?ft 2750 Mo., Kan. and Texas pfd....^,
??tu ".?J 9tT90 New York Central .
21? *3W??S5 S' _"?0l,t- ?"<' Western.
!?ii/a go? Jw25 Norfolk and Western.
00 tj7,j39870 Pennsylvania .
ajtil 2T10 Pressed Steel Car .
1 .,:, 883 Pressed Steel ?;ar pfd.
7,) I 07.^i People's Cas Trust .
ft', ?3V.^?> Heading com .
?.(?Hi WO HendliiK 1st pfd.
?;. , 1500 Heading 2d pfd.
r.? i l?l.i Republic Iron and Rtee] com....
12,-,i,;l 200 RoptlbllO Iron and Stool pfd....
39$ lKOO 8IOS8 ...
15$.I 1*08 St. L. and Snn Francisco.
H%\ *"? Ht. L. and San Fran. 2d pfd....
6J?7J 400 Seaboard Air Lino com.
:s4! 100 Seaboard Air Lino pfd..
)."".'., WOO St. L. and Southwestern pfd....
*S?%28**5*J Southern Pnclllc .'.
i;v, 17o'j."> Southern Railway com.
lfi% 831 Southern Hallway pfd.
JS I 4i.'"i) Tennessee Coal and Iron.
iri7 8060 Texas Pacific .
172$},"i,275 Union Pacific com.
2".2 i I.'nlon Pacific pfd.
i.V. lirm I.'nlted Stales Steel com.
W? IWI frilled Stntes Steel pfd.
50 i HW0 Va.-Carolina Chemical com....
Va.-Carolina Chemical pfd....
I.W-i 134?. 5350 WabBMh com
ni? ? r.t.-' 1/-_-_-_-_ It?.. U_?. .^r.t
6%|10000 Wabash pfd ...
137 17;7> Wisconsin Central
12W41 1387 Wisconsin Central pfd.
23 I Total sales, 1,057,200 ?.hares.
KMsl t Manhattan, ex-dlv., l.y?- per
V. R. refunding ?'s. registered. JOT?
f. K. refunding 2'?. coupon. 100?',
V. S. ,T9, r-Kl-.li.ri.-il . 107*-,
I.'. B. y's. eout>on . 107%
0. S. New 4's, reslnered.
V. S. New 4's, couoon .
tf. R. old ?;??, rcclstcred.
t?. K. old 4's. co'i|ion . ?11
P. S. r.'s, reslBtered. J?2V,
tj. S. 5's. eoupoti ..'. 10?H
Atcbison, K-ir-rnl 4's . P0H
Atchlson, adjustment 4's . PO
Ualtlmoro and Ohio 4'a. JOI
naltlmore and Ohio ",>V?. I'S'4
llaltlinur- and Olip, ?,'onv. 4's. IOOI4
f'ansdn Soutliern Id's . lor>V3
Central of Geordln 5's . 10.1
Central of Oeorgla 1st Inr. 73V4
ninsapeake and Ohio 4Vi's. 101
Chicago and Alton f:V4's.-. '?>%
Chlrago, B. atid Qulncy now 4's. OUT?
Chlrogo. M. and Ht. Paul (ten. 4's. 100
Chicago and North?ve?tern con. 7's. IROVi
CLOSING BOND QUOTATIONS.
Chicago. Itock Island an' Pnrlnc 4's_ in.1'4
O., C. O. anil St. Lonla ?sen. 4's. 07^
Chicago TermlnsI 4'e . H?
Colorado nnd Boatbern 4'a. SHtj
Menrer pud ? Itlo Orand? 4's. (if)
Lrle prior lien 4's. ft!?
Ivlie Oeneinl 4> . "-."iVj
fort Worth and Denver City lat'a. 304
llocUIng Valley 4?4's. lOHi
Louisville and Nash. Hnlded 4'a. 101?.
Mnnhattsn con. gold 4's. I'll-1',
Mexican Central 4'a .,7?:
Mexican Ontral l?f Ine. 24
Minn, and 8?. I/?iiIk 4'b. ftil
Missouri, Kan. and Texas 4'a. ftS
Mlas'iiirl, Kan. a-id Teisa 2d's. SOU
New York Central gen. ??.'a. J01
Ntw Jersey Central Ke?ji<ral O'a. IM
Northern Pacific 4's . 102
Northern Pacific 3'* . 7lU
Norfolk nnd Western con. 4'a. 0Sf,i
Pendln?: ''encrai I's . !)7
.SI. L. und Iron Moiintnlu con. S's. 112
'fit. I?, and San Francisco 4's. 9fl'_
Pt. Louis Honthtve?teni lft'a. o?i?j
St. Louis .Southwestern 2d's. 70
fan Antonia, and Arkansas Tr?s 4's. 78
Southern l'nclflc 4's. 87
Southern Hallway f.'? . 11.\
Texas and f'Hclflc Ist'a. 114
Toledo, St. I? and Western 4'?. 73
I'nlon Paclrle 4's'. >02?4
t?nlou 1'nelfli! eonv, 4's. MX?
W?baa_ lsfa . 114%
Wnbash 2d's . 105U
Wnbnph Heb. D'? . 741.
Wert Shore 4's . 110
Wheeling and Lake Eric 4's. 01
Wlsclnsln Central 4's . P0%
Contlneutnl Tobacco 4'? . 01
Colorado Fuel 0's . ?4V,
Rock Island 4's . M
Pennsylvania S't's. i_<.l
O. S. Steel 2d tv? . K'%
SI. and 0., collateral trust 4's. 90
Central of OcorRl? 2d lnc. SI U
Virginia-Carolina Chemical C?. com. 601,
Virginia-Carolina Chemical Co. pfd. 118
Important Influence on the dividend policy of the
The pr'nclpnl movement of currency this week
indicate that the banks gained thereby (4,287,100,
Tho market held very well In the early after?
noon. In spite of a considerable volume of pnjflt
taking, and aleo of selling hy people who were
obliged to support the market In the etirly
port of the week. Tbo traders, however, were
?vllltraj; to follow the rally so long aa It lasted,
and especially as there eeemed to be > very fair
amount of commission bouse buying ordert.
KEENE BROKERS BUVEBS:
The Keene broker? were credited W*5 a gawd
deal of buying In Steel, although it is doubtful
If they really took much stock. This Interest,
however, seems to hove ticen working In harmony
with what arc assumed to ?c the Morgan Idea on
the market position, atd Is still taken to reflect
that view of the general iltuatlon.
ROCK ISLAND LOOK8 BETTER:
Rock Island acted better than It hss done for
a long time past. The forced liquidation of the
past four months bss probably not been very
agreeable to tha (Tbtcago control, hut It has at
least created a genuine market for the stock
which never existed before, and may prove a
blt-sslng la disguise. The disguise is admitted to
have been excellent.
The close was Arm, and In spite of profit-tak?
ing tiy room traders and the natural distribution
of stock carried over, the worst part of tbe de?
cline ?vas practically at the best of the day. A
festuro of the day's trading was the more ag?
gressive attitude of the bulls of stocks, who were
not afraid to bid up on the aborta.
EICHMOND STOCK MARKET.
Richmond, Va., Juna 12, 1903.
Virginia S'a??5O0* at 03%.
Virginia Centurie???2.50O at MU; ?100 at
Klchintmd City 4's?$200 st 10fl'?.
National Bank of Virginia?J200 at 12S?4.
Virginia-Carolina Cliimlcul Co. preferred?1
?here at 110; 10 shares at 110.
Virginia-Carolina Chemical Co. common?35
share? at 55.,
8TATE SECURITIES: Bid. Asked.
N'.rth Carolina 4's. 0., 1010_103
Va. 8'8, new. C. and R.. 1032. 03H 04
Va. Centuries. 2-8, C. and It. 94<? 04?i
Richmond City 4's. U.. 1020-1030.. lOOft ...
Atlanta and Char. 1st 7's, R. 112
A. C. L. I!. R. Consul. 1Y. -l's.. 02"i 0?'?
Char.. Col. and Aug. 2.1 7's, C... 112 ...
Go,, So. .and Kla., 1015. 115
Go. and Ala. Con. 5's, 1015. 110 11114
Norfolk and Western Ry. 4'a_ i?S
N. and W. Ry. I'ocabontss 4's.... ?1
Petersburg Clues A 5's, II. 0.114
I'etersburg Class B O's. 11. C.127
Rich and Meek. 1st 4's. ID'S_ S3 ?2
Southern Railway 1st 5's. iti!>4.... 115
S. A. L. Con. 1st 4'a, 1050.-.. Tin,' 70 ?J
RAILROAD STOCKS: Tar.
Atlantic Coast Line "A".100 120 12.'.
Atlantic Coast Lino pfd.100 107 10!)
Atlantic Coast Line com.1 no 120 123
Atlantic Coast Line cf Conn.. 100 230 200
Chesapeake nnd Ohio.100 ::S
Ga., So. and Fla. 1st pfd."00 OS . 100
Ga.. So. nnd ITa. 2al pfd.100 ... 75
Norfolk and Western com.100 (12H ...
H., **. and .1' Dlv. Obllg.100 ... 225
Seaboard Air Lino pfd.inn 30 -to
Keiataaioral Air Line com.10(1 21 23
Southern Railway pfd.100 SM4 SU
Southern Rnllivay com.100 21
BANK AN? TRUST CO. STOCKS:
American National .inn ... 125V4
Broud-Street Bank .25 2014 ?*7V5
City .25 Sil ?,*
first National .ino 200
Merchants Notional .100 300
Metrotiolltau Bank of Va.25 20 27
Naatlonul Bunk of Virginia.11?! 12S'.._, 1UH
I'etersburg Suv. niiil Inn. Co_20 70 75
Planten NPatiouui .luonii
Rich, T. nnd S. Dan- Co.1ml ... 155
Soring! Hank of Richmond.25 ... ii:t
Stato Honk of Virginia.Ino 1511 111"!
Southern Trust Co.100 11 "J",-*, ...
Union Bank of Richmond.50 104 IOS
Virginia Trust Company.100 ... 120
Virginia Kile atid Marino.23 37<4
Amer. Tob. pfd., R p. e.ino ... 115
Aeuirloan Locomotive pfd.loo 00
Old Dominion aS. S. l'ai.100 UU 130
8.-S. 8. and I. Co. pfd., 7 p. Q...100 ... 00
S.-S. 8. and 1. Co, com.100 ... <2U
Vu-C&r. Chem. pfd., 8 p. c...100 117 JIBI'
Va. uCrollna Chemical cram,... 100 55H 501-j
BALTIMORE STOCK MARKET.
BALTIMORE, MD., .Utile 12.?Seaboard Air
Lino common, 22??(iV2'J:?4? do. preferred. ?>8f??|
381.4. Seubonril 4's, 70V4@7O"i. Atlantic
Atliintlc Const Lino, commua, l?lO'ii 1-7; do. pie
fcrrt'd, nothing doing.
NEW YORK, Juno 12,?The cotton market
opened strung ut uu advance of I2'i(3s points,
and at tiret ruled very tirm and oxcltod under
the surprisingly strong Liverpool cables. Theso
on the New- York close of yesterday should
have reported at a du-cllno of 2'.i((ji8 points.
Tim English market 1.pencil 1 point lower, hut
hy Ihu timo of tbe local opening u-us ?ilimit Ulli
211 pointa higher on old und .'lia", poluta on dio
new crup options. Private cables attributed
tbe kriisjiiiniui udvance tu purchuses for tbo
uccouot of Egyptian speculators, while many lu
the lucaal tl'aa.lia WITO llla'lllla'al to Uttl'ltaUtl! thai
guins to the presence on tho other side of tbo
New Engluud bull leader, who also Is salil to
have recently aunt buying order? luto the locul
uaairki't. But u'biitever muy have cuusod tho
Liverpool strength local eliort? ?uro ugulu
Paaivign houses had buying orders, tha South
ivas aalt... uu urgent huyor und tbla, with cover?
ing, sent prices up with 11 rusb. July rcni-lu-d
J2.31). August 11.84 and September 10.87 within
tin- [not few minutes. Aluiont ut once, h?wovcr,
then- was enormous. reuniting, which forced
July do?? 11 ulmost us rapidly us it hud udvuueed
UUtll It touvtiei* 12.15 und August 11.07, ?vltii
tho new crop months allowing a decliue from
the best of StftlO pointe. Tup utliilniiunit of
Hal? level was followed by a period of irregu?
larity during which trading became lesa active,
and at uild-duy thu market was uct 10-jt :;.??
points higher. All the nlti-i-aio.au prices ecu-'
suwed wlthtu u comparatively uurroiv range,
ttu.1 speculation was generally nulct.
Just before tbe close tha jmirket was weak
under .scattered ltaiuldutlon and reached- tlio
lowest point of the day tn the last half hour,'
July selling at 1208. August 11 .tail. There ?vus
u Bllgh.'. rlly puiler covering Jus-t before Ihu
close, but tho market was linully barely steudv.
net l3aS,3H polnu higher, with July closing at
W.W. Aui?U?.t-?l?68 WnJ ?i-ptenitiei; l?js. _
Total sales of futures for the day estimated
Bt 850,000 bale?.
?Cotton future? opened atroTig and closed bare?
Open. nigh. 7.ow. Close
Juno .12.13 12.17 12.13 12.0-1
July .12.13 12.80 12.0S 12.10
August .11.S3 11.84 11.80 11.07
September ...10.80 io.B7 10.70 .10.75
Oct'-aber .0.00 0.00 0.80 ?.D2
November ... ?.S4 0.84 8.74 0.78
December_?.SO ?.SO P.CO 0.72
January .0.73 0.75 0.70 9.73
Spot cotton closed quiet, 10 points higher;
middling uplands, 12.35; middling gulf, 12.00;
talcs. 1,000 bales.
Cotton, quiet; middling, 12.85; Bit receipts,
50 hales; pro??, 2,.'.r,0 bules; ?alee, 1,000 bales;
stock. 108,S.'"8 bales.
Total to-day at all reaports?Net receipts, 233
bales; export to Great Britain. 193 bales, to
the Continent. 700 hales; stock. 273,255 balea.
Consolidated at all seaports??Nt receipts,
18.071 bales; export to Great Rrnnln. 7.M13
bales; to raneo, 2,847 balea; to the Continent,
receipts, 7,018.883 hale?; expert to G.-eat Britain,
NEW ORLEANS. Juno 12.?COTTON?The
spot market remains very (julet; quotations un
In the futuro market the unexpected hap?
pened this morning. Instead of declining prices
?hot upward with wonderful velocity. As ?00c
as tbe market opened there was n wild msb
to cover and shorts forced prices up on them?
selves fully as much as they were lifted In re?
sponse to the advance In the Liverpool market
Within a short time after tbe opening gong
had Bounaled July whs forty points up-from tbe
closing of yesterday, August was 31 points
higher, September 42 points and October 23
point?. The advance w?s caused by extremely
bullish cubica from Liverpool.
In the local market there were slight fluctua?
tions, prices fusing from the highest point for
the day, but the list et the close showed sub?
stantial net gains on all positions. June and
July gained 34 points each, August 16. Septem
ti.-r 33 and tbe other new crop months ltl@17
Tbe following are tt: total not receipts of
cotton at all ports since September 1st:
Gulveston, 2.084,014 bales*. New Orleans, 225,
01?! bales; Mobile, 210.214 bales; Savannah, 1,
291. MS bales; Charleston. 209.503 bales; WI1
mlngton. 324.791 bales; Norfolk, 604,000 bales;
llnltlmoie, 45,101 bales; New York. 68,070
bules; Boston. 07,407 bales; Newport News, 14,
053 bales; Philadelphia, 25.993 bales; Bruns?
wick. 118,21 7bnles: Eernundlna, 8.134 bales;
Pensncola, 135.779 bnles; Port Arthur, 80,803
bale?; Port Townsend. 89,584 baleB; San ran
cisco. 35.447 hule?; Portland, Ore., 1.541 bale?:
El I'nso, 1,587 hales; Eagle Pass. 12.4711 hales;
Luredo. 13.709 bales. Total, 7,013,333 bales.
NEW YORK, June 12.?FLOUR?Firm and
unchanged. Rye l'lour?Doll. Cornmeal?
Steady. Rye?Easy; No. 2 western. 58'4c. Bar?
Win 111?Spot quiet; No. 2 red, 84c. Options
generally ?veuk nil duy, except <or a brief noon
roily on strength in the Southwest and a bull?
ish Modern Miller rejiort. Tine crop weather,
easier cables, liquidation and a light export
trade occasioned most of the depression. Closed
easy. "?c. lower, July cloued at 81 6-10c. ; Sep?
Corn?Spot steady; No. 2, 57c. Options quiet,
but fairly well sustained on covering, adverse
crop news and tinner cables, closing unchanged,
July closed nt 5(l'!iC. ; September, 6ai"ic, Outs
Spot Ann; No. 2, -10?,4c Options higher, but
Beef?Quiet. Cut Meats?Quiet. Lard?Dull;
retliit'd, sternly. Pork?Steady. Tnlloiv?Steady.
Rosin?Steady. Turpentine?Quiet ut 40@40V4c.
Coffee?The market for roffe? futurea opened
qtllet, unchanged, ruled quiet, without feuturo,
??u-i-pt September, w-uicli advanced 5 points un.
dir covering: closed generully unchanged. To?
tal salon, 4.6?0 bilges. Spot ltlo, quiet. Sugar?
Raw, firm; relined, fctcatly.
Hinter?Steady; extra a-reamery, 22c; Stnto
dulry, 17a?!.21c. Cheese?l'lrm; full cream, fancy
?nil?I], colored and white. 10%e. Eggs?Steady,
Stat? and Pennsylvania, 1814c Potatoes?
Sternly ; ne?v southern, $2.50(23.50; old prime,
52.50.ija; Jersey sweets, baskets. ?1Q1.6U,
Peanuts?Easy; fancy hnndplckeil. A'Ac; other
domesilc. 2:;?farlV?c. Cabbage? Easy; Norfolk,
60c.il$1.50. Cotton?lly steamer to Liver?
CHICAGO. ILL., July 12.?liiere was only a
moderate trade in ?vheot to-dny, and the tun
dvney wua toward loiver prices, July closing
!-?-3i:?i.c. lower. July corn was unchanged, buj,
ou?s ?voie le. bisher, with September produc?s
a .la a al 1 tO IOC. Up.
Tbo leading futuros rouged as follows:
Open. HI-.-U. Low, Close.
July (old).. 75?1 70 76% ' 75%
July (new). 75'.., 75% 78? 75%
Sept. told). 72*i 7? 721? 72').
Sept. (new). 72>,4 7B 72% 72%
July . 48?A 4SH 48V1 4-SU
Sept. 47'., 47% 47% 41%
Dec. ?Uli? 40'4 40 4U>,?
July . 37 8S 30% 88
Sept. 83V? 8ST4 83 3311
Deo. 83% 33 iS S3H 83 ?
MESS PORK?Per bbl.
July .17.12 17.15 17.10 17.15
Sept.10.80 10,03 10.80 10.00
LA III??Per 100 lbs.
Julv .8.87 S.87 8.82 8.S7
Sept.8,07 9.00 8.07 8.?7
SHORT RIBS?Per J?0 lbs.
July .0.82 1187 0.82 . 0.82
Sept.9.25 U.311 ?.25 0.27
Cash quotations wero as follows: Fiour
fitfidy. No. 2 Bprlng wlicut, 78((?70c. ? No. 8,
7455)780.1 No. 2 red. 76V.c.? No. 2 corn, 48(40.;
N.i. 2 yellow, 48?'<v o.V, 2 outs. 38c; No. 2
wlilto. SU 14c. ; No. 3 wiille, 3S?38%c. No. 3
ryti, POvjO. OtKid feeding barley, 45<2'48c.;
fuir to i-holcc mulling, 6i><tf64c. No. 1 tluxseed,
$1.10; No. 1 northwestern, $l.l21(i; prime Tim?
othy seed, $3.75. Meas pork, per buiyul,- ?17?
laai-il. per 100 iKiuuds, $8.80; short ribs sides
(loa.se), $9.20; dry sulteal sbamlders $8; short
Blear tables (boxed), $0.75. Whiskey, busla of
high ?vine?, $1.30. Clover?Contract grudc,
$ll.&0aijll.76. 'miter?Went:: creamery, lOdj
21 lie. ; dulry, ISl-jiglSljO. Eggs?Steady ut
murk, cuses included, Wiill-HJc. Cheese?
Sia'udy ut lO'.-jftiil'.H'. Receipt??Wbciut, 20..
400 bushels; corn. 273.100 bushels; outs, 208,800
bushels; hogs, 722,000 bead.
BALTIMORE, MD.. Juno 12.-FLOUR?Un
ctiungt-d. WliKiit?Dull; ausy: ?.pot and he
moulu, 78 Is (?J 76 H C ; southern by sample. tti'A
7S.;lrc. Corn?-Firm; apol ?ml Hie month, 63tj.
faSUr. ; boutbera ?vhite. SQASBtt.*:. Oats?I inn ;
No. 2 white. 42@42>i,c. Ityt,?Steady ut 661$
WJSi Uuiitr. Chttiiu und Sugar?UuebimuO.
RICHMOND PRODUCE MARKET.
Friday, Jone 12. 1003.
Hens, per lb.? 11H?| 12
Roosters, old .?. SO
Ducks, per lb. 10 ft 11
Geese, each. 25 ft ?Y?
Chickens (spring), per lb. IS ft 10
Chickens (medium), per lb. 20 ft 21
Chickens (Urge), per lb. 22 ft 23
Crates, nearby, fresb, do?.$ 10
Cither sections, fresh, doz. in
Barrels and boxes, freab, dos.... in ft 10
Guinea, fresh, dor. 12
Fancy, dRlry packed, per lb-$ 10 ?ft? 17
Choice, dairy, packed, lb. 15 ft 16
Choice, family pocked lb. 18. fffi 17
ChMt-c, atore packed, lb. 14 ft m
Medium, store packed, lb. 13 ft 14
Common grades, lb. 12 ft 18
Beef cattle, very beat lb.$ ? ft? 6V4
Beef cattle, extra, per lb. 4Vjft fi
Beef cattle, good, per lb. RVift 4
Comnioo to medium, per Ib.... 2V4? 3
Sheep, per lb. 2%? 4
Spring lambs, per lb. S a BVj
Hoes, live, per lb. 6 ft 0%
Bulla, per lb. 21?,? 8V?
V?ala, best, per lb. 8?6
Viittls, common to prime, Ib.... ?
NEW COUNTRY BACON.
Hems, small, per lb.i I? ft? 10
Larga, per lb. 12 ft 14
Sides, per lb . 11 ? 13
Lard, per lb . 11 ft 12
Shoulders, per lb. 30 ft 12
Dressed bos?, small, per lb...... 7i?ft 8
Dressed boga,' large, per lb. 7
Apples, bright, sliced, per lb....*, S ft*. SU
Brlsbt, quartered, per lb. 2 ft _*'.
Dark, per lb . 2ft 2?.'
Peaches, peeled, bright, lb. 13 ft H
Unpeeled, per lb. 5 ft S
Cherries, pitted, per lb. 13 ft 14
Blackberries, per lb. 6 ft 7
Whortleberries, per lb. in ft 16
Raspberries, lb . 10 ft 17
Tub-washed, free of burrs, Ib.,i 23 ft) 23
I'd?ashed, free of burrs, lb.... 10 ft 20
Merino, lb . 12 ft 14
Hurry, per lb? 2(35c. le??.
Dry flint. No. 1, per lb.$ 12 ft$ 18
Dry salt. No. l, 'per lb. 10 ft 11
Green salt. No. 1, per lb........ 8'^
Green, No. 1, per lb. ?%
Glue, per lb. 8 ft 4
Apples, fancy, liand-pneked. bbl.14.00 ft$4.?0
Choice, bund-packed, bid.8.00 ft 3.S0
Medium, baud-packed, bbl.2.00 ft 3.00
Grope fruit, per box.B.OO
Lemons, choice, per box. S.SO ft 4.00
Btrawbcrrles. per quarl. 4ft 7
Whortleberries, per ?piart. 10 ft J2U
Blackberrlea, per Quart. "-8 ft 12',i
Watermelons, per 100.30.00 ftS?.OO
Cunteloupea, per bbl. crate.2.50 ft 3.00
Ponchea, fancy Fla., free ?tone,
0-husL-et carrier. 2.25 ft 2.50
Booth Carolina, cling. 7,1 (<t l..:>
ri?en, each . 25 ft 85
Limes ....'.. 3.00
Cabbage, S. C, per crate.$1.00
Cnlihnge, N. C? per crate. 75 ft 1.00
Tomatoes, per carrier, fancy..., 2.50 ft 2.75
Tomatoes, No. 1, per crrrler..., 2.00 ft 2.25
Tomatoes, small, No. 2. 1.25 ft 1.75
Squash, choice, per basket.... 1.00 ft 1.25
Beets, choice, per barrel.11.00
Pen?. English, per crate.1.25 ft 1.B0
Lettuce, per hamper. 1.00
Asimragus, per hunch. 7 ft 20
Celery, larrr o per crate.?,. 2.50
Eri? plant, per crate.2.00 ft 2.50
Potatoes, nevr. No, 1, bbl., white 2.B0 ft 8.00
No. 2, per bbl,, white., 2,00 ?<i 2.25
No. 1, per hid., red. 2.?0 ft 2.7?
No. 2. per bbl., red. 1.75 <fp 2.25
Cukes, per basket. 1.50 ?j, 1,75
Ilenns, S. C, round, per basket., 1.60
Pea us, N. C, round, per basket, 1,50
Onions . 1.00 ft 1.75 i
Pean?, navy, white. No. I, hus.Jl.no ftito.no
White, common, tins. 1.75 ft'l.85
Colored, per bus. 1.25 ft l.no
Peas, blaekeyc, oN. 1, bus.... 1,00
Peas, hliiokoye, No. 2, bus. 75 ft 85
Pea?, black, per bus. 0.0 ft J .00
Peas, clay, per bus. 75 ft 85
Fluxaeed, per bus., 1.20 ft 1,40
Kerutrux, per lb. 27
Tallow, per lb. 5
Feathers, live, goose, per lb...,- 45 ft fin
Feathers, mixed, per lb.,..?.., 85 ft 40
Peanuts, No. 1, per Hi. ?|i,?
Peanuts. No. 2, per lb. !| ffj a?,
Walnut kernel?, per lb. 13 or ri
Walnuts, per bin. 25 ft 80
??liiKong. choleo, per lb. 8.75 ft <?i
Wire chicken coops. 85 ft 00
Wire turkey coops. 1.00 ft l.io
RICHMOND GRAIN MARKET.
Illchmond, Vn., June 12, inrxi
IV H HAT?
I/oiigherry . R2 ??3
>?_?<} . 82 ft?3
fchortberry .?2 Snj
N?? ? red . 83
CORN?-?' .?'*' 7? <SS3
While (Vn.) bag lots.6U @-,8
No. 2 whlto . 58
No. ft white .,, 57
No. 2 mixed .?...,,, 67
No. ? mixed .,.nou
No. 2 mixed ,..,.,.?JO
oN. 8 mixed . DOt-i
NEW YOIiK, June 12.?I1EEVES?Steers
steady at f4.h'0 _A ?10; hulla, "?ftf 1.23; cows
Sl.65ftl4.20. Calves?Venia. 50c. higher. City
divbaed veal?, *4.fj0ft7, l*lty dressed veals
tinner at 7Vjftl01i,c. per pound: country dressed,
Uliilie. per pound. Sheep and Lamba?Sheen
sluiuly; lambs, 2,ic. lower. Slieep, fllft.V isinba.
i0.6Uiif7.7O. Hugs-Higher; Suto liofs, 'O.0U.
CHICAGO, ILL., Juno 12.--CATTLE? Texas,
lOiJtlSc. higher. Good to prluie ?tuurs, JDftfi ;_;
IKeir to medium, S-lfti.UO; a lock era and fe,-,|..i-.s,
*;i(f_.1.75: cow?, il.tKift-l.7U; bulls, |B.60ft i-'.,|
culv.a, $2.001,11.75; ?e?ua-fed ?leurs, |4ft-l.r>5.
IIu?s?Opened ?teudy, closed ?ftlOc. Iilgher.
Mixed mu? butcher?. $6.U0ia?U.20? rough beuvy,
$5.Uu(?t?).20; giHid ?o cliiiJeu heavy, f?.20ft(i ????\'.\
light, t6.fi0ftU.10. Kheeu?iiteuAy to strong.
Good- tu Rho.ce wetle.-in, *l.00<_5.60; fuir to
Cliolce mixed, fcD.l'odi i.iiO; uutlvo lumb4, fl.uv?
HAST LIBERTY, l'A., June 18.?OATTLB?
Btemljr. Choleo, *5.40ft?.5O; prime, I?.l?ft?.a';
good. '4-S5?5. Hugs?Activa. ' prime heavy,
id.::<>'.i il.X'; medium*, heavy yorkers. light
yorkera ami !>!;.;->, $ilH5'?30.-10; rough?, ?4ft,r,.7r>.
Slii-ep--?ieii'ly. I'"'? ?i-lhers, $1.70ft4.K;.;
boleo yearling?, ??'..?O.BO. Veal calle?, $7ft
l?INOJ.SKATI, 0? iuu? la.-?O.G'l-AcUiq
and lower at $-?.4."?"??0.35. aOattle?Steady ?t
?2.80?4.(W, Shei'K-Htendv nt $2.25(34.25.
Lnmbt?Hu? end lower at M.85?T.
? TOBACCO MARKET.
Richmond. Va., Junav 12, 1003.
The quotation? of the Richmond tolitcco mar?
ket are s follows:
Primings .$ 3.50(0$ 4.BO
Lugs, common . 4.60iq* n.no
I.tlft?, good to primrt . (IM'i 0.00
I.f.if. common . n.r.O'a" K.faO
l.caf, medium . s.radas 6.5a)
Leaf, flu?.:. In.fioa?J 18.00
Wrappers . ?4.00Q 16.50
Smokers, common .$ 4.60(5$ 0.50
Smoker*, medium . 0.60i-<( 8.00
8mokert, due . 8 no?? lO.fiO
'utinrs. common .,. Sfin-vj m.no
1 utters, medium . ln.raOd< 12.00
Cutters, tine . 12,803 16.00
?utters, fancy . 14noif( 17.0?!
Tillers, common. 6.0044 7.00
IIHers, common . 7.nii^j p.oo
Killers, fine . n.wa 12.00
Wrappers, medium. 13.00'i6 18.00
Wrappers, fin? . 80.(Vn?? 40.00
Leaf, medium . 6.6O1?} 8.60
Leaf, good . fl.B?i?l 8.0O
BROWN SHirPINO TOBACCOS.
Lugs .$ 4.60.17$ R.BO
Lesf, melum . 6.7.'fj 7.50
Leaf, good . 8.003 B.60
LTNCUBDRfJ TOBACCO MARKET.
L.vnchbugr. Vs., June 12, 1003.
Wareheusti of the city ronort light receipt?
for Hie past week. There ha? been no material
chango In prices. -Of-dns to thi.dry weather and
tbe fact that farmers are busy prm-ating for
the new crop, It It expected that the markst
will continue dull.
The quotations are as follow?:
PRIMINGS .$ 1.B0Q1 8.00
Common and dark logs . 8.50<a 4.00
DARK STEMMING TOBACC08.
Lig?.-$ 3.60(3$ B.M
Medium dark lugs. 4.0O<? 5.00
Good dark lugs . fa.iiai'i' 6.60
Common and dark leaf. B.00?
Medium dark leaf . 5.601
Go?d dark leaf . 7.00$
Pine dark leaf . H.OO19 IJ.00
Kitra fine dark leaf.11.60(11 18.00
Black Wrappers .ie.S0Q 20.00
Common .._....$ fl.OOi
Medium bright . 0.OO?
Good . 7.004
Common cutter? ............'..$ 7.0O?
Good cutters. 9.00?
Fine cutters . 11.00g
Common. 6.00(t) 8.00
Medium . 8 hoc} 10.00
Good . lS.OOif 18.00
Pine. 16.00*$ 20.00
Medium . 11.00Q 20.00
Good . 14.003 26.00
Medium . 12.603 I7.B0
Good . 17.603 65.00
Sales of tobacco on the Lyncbberjc market for
the two weeks endlnc June 8, 1003, furnished
by John L. Oglesb**, of Lynch'a Warehouse:
Sold ?veek ending May ??Oih, 28%200 ponnda!
sold week ending June (?b, 851,800 pound?! In?
crease for week ending June 6th, 686,000 pound?.
Sold front October 1. 1902. to June 0, 1903,
21.011,700 pounds; sold from October 1, 1001,
to Juno 8. 1903, 10,125,500 pounds! Increa?? for
1008, 1.888.400 pounds,
Receipts this week much besrler tban last,
caused by tho good season for the past two two
vcecks for handling tobacco. The order and con?
dition was good for eelllng. Prices on all
. grado ?were fully suitelned at former quota?
tions. A gentle, warm ruin began to fall last
eight and has continued during the day. If It
Is general It will almost insure tbe early plant?
ing of tbe crop of tobacco In this section. We
expect light receipts for tbls week.
Tbe ??notation? are la follows:
Common logs.$ 3.00<fl$ 4.60
Medium lugs . 4.503 5.00
Good lugs . 6.OO3 6.00
Common leaf. 6.003 6.60
Medium leaf .,. 6.003 7.60
Good leaf. 8,003 10.00
Pine leaf. 10.603 14.00
Green lags .$ 2.603$ 4.00
Good bright lug? . 7.603 8.SO
Common bright lugs. 6.003 7,60
Fine bricht Inga . 8.503 9.60
Common cutters. 7.003 0.50
Good cutters . 0.603 11.00
Fine cutters .11.003 12-50
Xo wrappers offered.
PETERSBURG TOBACCO MARKET.
Petersburg, Vs., Juno 13, 1003,
Tbe quotations for this market are ss fol?
Common to medium lag*.$ 8.003$ 4.00
Good lags. 4.003 0.00
Poor short leaf . 5.003 6.50
Medium short loaf . 7.003 7.60
Medium to good wrappers.10.003 16.00
Good to fine wrappers. 15,003 25.00
Fine shipping . 8.603 15.00
PEANUT AND PEA MARKET.
NORFOLK, VA.. Juno 12.?The peannt market
Is quiet to-day. The nny change In prices Is
SpanlBb nuts, which have dropped in price to
7"MiC. a bushel. Tho prices ern a? follows:
Fancy, quiet at 8c; strictly prime, 2We.?
prime, 214c; low grades, 2c; machino picked,
2((?2?ic. : Spanish, 7715c per bnsbol, Blackeyo
peas, $2.25 bsg; black and epcckle poas. $1;
clay and red peus, 80c. Peanut bags Id bales
OS In., 7 4-lOc
PETERSBURG, VA.; Jone 12?PEANUTS?
Spanlsb. new, market very firm at 77%c.; sellers
asking more. Virginia's?Quiet at So.
DRY GOODS MARKET.
NEW YORK, Jttne-12.?Tbe dry goods merket
ban been quiet with buyers cautions. Prices are
steadily advancing, announcement of the fact
not lacing mudo In many cases, hut when tbo
buyer comes to purchase tbe goods be la In?
formed that an ndvanco has been made. Tho
shutting down of an Increasing number of mills
Is proving a factor which will increase In im?
portun?e w-ltb additions to the number of those
WILMINGTON, N. 0., June. 12.?SPIRITS
TURPENTINE?Steady at 40c; yecelpts, 148
casks. Rosin?Firm nt $1.75; receipts, 292 bar.
rols. Crude Turpentine?Firm at $1,7638 and
$3.25; receipts, 154 barrels. Tar?Firm at
$1.115; receipts, CO harrols.
SAVANNAH. OA., June 12.?TURPEN?
TINE?Firm nt 40c ?receipts. 008 cuaks; sales,
2-15 casks; exports, 500 cask?. Rosin?Firm;
receipts, 1.797 barrels; sales, 4,805 burrels; ex?
port?. 8.687 burrels.
CHARLESTON. S. 0., June 12.? TURP?N
TINE?Steady nt 45i,!iC Uosln?Steady; re?
ceipts, 100 barrels.
COTTONSEED OIL MARKET.
NEW YORK, June 12.?aOottonseed oil wae
laffi red less freely nnd showed a moderate ad
v-inru. Prime crudo, f. o. b. mills, 3.|ff?31c. ;
prime summer yellow, 41iS41'jc; off summer
?allow, ;i7'(r37!iic.; prime white, 48c; prime
winter yellow, -16c; prime maul, $27327.60
PORT OF RICHMOND, JUNE 12, 1008.
Steamer Brandon, Rhodes. Norfolk, merchan?
dise and passengers, Old Dominion line,
Steamer Pocahontas, Graves, Norfolk and
Jumes River landings, merchandise and passen
gers. Virginia Navigation Co.
Barge Sw.snshoro, Scott, Baltimore, coal,
Crump & West.
Steamer Brandon, Rhodes. Norfolk, merchsn
dise and piifsengers. Old Dominion Hue,
Hcbooiiei- M alai of the Midst, li'jai, Jumes
PORT OF WEST POINT. JUNE 1??, 1008.
Danville, Courtney, Hu|tlmore, passongers and
Danville, Courtney, Baltimore, passengers and
PORT NEWPORT NEWS. JUNE 12, 1008.
Steuuier Orion.' Huston.
Steamer Georgia. New York.
Hurgo Ohlu. Beverly.
Hurgo Ocean Belle, Providence.
Sillonner Paul Palmer, Boston.
Sleamer Andes, Port Cabello.
Barge Carrie, Providence.
Barg?' liniluna, Providence.
' WEEKLY TRADE REVIEW
Demand is Steady and the Prices Are
(Hy Associated Press.)
J*KW YORK, Juno 12.?tt.. O, fii'i? &
Company's Weekly Jtoview of Triulo to?
morrow will say:
Kxcept In tliosu bronchf-i of liu-aljios?
tliut are alwaya ?inlet ut this season, ie
|iaj?-la Indicate a steady clenuind anil prices
of commodities upa firmly Maintained,
Manufacturing returns are irregular, Idle,
ness In textile Unos i/tirtliilly offsetting
the good effect of activity elsewhere.
learnings of the railroads reporting for
t.'ia first week of June nia only .3 pur
cent, larger than last pear and 7.s p-.r
rent, greater than iu'llWI. a condition dim
entirely to Western floods.
That furnace stocks of Pittsbuig in.
crca-ied pulx iS?i last *K$eJu dt?ulU Ilia
unprecedented output, testifies to the
(treat consumption of steel.
In case nf a general settlement of labor
trouble? there would bo a resumption of
? work on tniny buildings and Including the
requirements of railroads a heavy ton
nago would be sought. It la an evidence?
of confidence In tho future that blast fur
I naco operator? are forcing production be?
yond nil previous maximum figures,
while the flomand for structural steel
has diminished there Is notable Inquiry
for rails and plates. Machinery and
hardware lines nre doing remarkably
well lor tho season.
Cotton goods again average slightly
higher In price, the advance belnf In?
sisted upon by producers on account of
the raw material, and In no degree at?
tributable to Incronsed anxiety to place
contracts on the part of tha buyers.
Asido from a more liberal demand If:
print cloth yarn fabrics for converting
nnd printing purposes, there Is no evi?
dence of activity. On the other hand,
supplies are not accumulating at the
mills, owing to curtailment of produc?
tion, not only voluntarily but by strikes
and storms. Consorvatlsm prevails among
buyors of staple woolens and worsteds,
while little Intotest Is shown In now lines
of light weights for next spring.
Failures this week wore 2T'5 In the
United States against 162 lnst year, and
lit Canada, 14 against 20 a. year ago.
Table Giving Figures for Principal Cities
In the Country.
(By Associated Press.)
NBW YORK. June 1?.?The following
table, compiled by Bradstreet, shows the
bank clearings at a number of the prin?
cipal cities for tho weok ended Juno Uth.
with tho percentage of lncroaso or de
creaso ns compared with the correspond?
ing weok last year. Slxty-flvo other
cities are Included In the totals:
Now York, tl.3i?2,1?>l,735; Incronse, 23.0.
Chicago, Jicn,i.64,77h; lncreaso, 8.6.
Boston, (144,137,213; increase, 1_.5.
. Philadelphia, J106.743.001; Increase. 8.?.
I St. IjouIs, ?il,SS7,?78; decrease, O.a.
I Plttsburg, ??2.912.VG3; Increase, 84.1
Ban Francisco. |25,4DO,600; Increase, 11.2.
? Baltimore. ?25,617.726; Increase, 18.L
Cincinnati. (23,768,300; Increase, 1.8.
Kansas City, (14,750,*i82; decrease, 10.0.
New Orloans. }1R.8".6,355; Increase. 60.3,
] Louisville, J10.872.88S; Increase, 1.8.
Richmond, (4,384,476; Increase, 18.4,
Washington. $-1.50*1.307; Increase, 12.?.
Savannah, J2.731.224i decrease, 1.1. ,
Memphis, 14,301,879; Increase, 412.
Fort Worth, $3lT4M9S? Inorease, 18.L
Atlanta. $2,9_3.rx>0; Inoroaso, lt9.
Nashville, (2.?S2.335; lncreaso, 43.8.
Norfolk, (1,63>,709| Inorease, 14.6.
Augusta. Oa~, (784,70*1; Increase, 14.9.
Birmingham, (1,346,668; decrease, 3.?.
Little Rock. (8*7,736; Increase, 11.4
Knoxvlllo, $l,3ni,703; Increase, 02.6.
Macon, J728,00?>: In croase, 60.?.
Chattanooga, (766,837; Increase, 40.T,
Jacksonville. Fla., (417,031; Inorease, 17.
Houston, (10.203,656; lncreaso, ?.L
Onlveston, $6.667,000; -?
Charleston. 8. C_ (1,050,807;-?,
Totals United States, (2,101.770,8171 In?
Outside New York, 1828,669,083; Increase,
Total for Canada. (04,828,113; increase,
' ? ?
PRESIDENT BAER MUST
(By Aaaaclated Press.)
NEW YORK, June 12.?Judge Lacombe,
In the United State? Clroult Court to?
day handed down on opinion In the appeal
taken by the Interstate ?Commerce Con??
mission against tho coal-caYr. lng rail?
roads to compel tho witnesses to produce
certain contracts and answer certain
questions In the w. R, Hearst proceed?
These contracts were refused by the
witnesses on the advice of counsel. In the
opinion, Judge Lacombe sustains the po?
sition of the railroad cotrlpanlos lfi ??very
particular except In one lnstrrico". Presi?
dent Baor, of the Reading. Is directed
to answer certain questions regarding the
details of general expense.
Judgo Lacombe holds as a reason for
this decision that the Item of expenses
are already In oveldence. Contracta re?
ferring to coal transportation alone
ahoulil be produoed, but no such contracts
were called for.
Dr. Hawthorne to Make An?
swer to the Catholic
It appears that the sermon reoently
preached hero by the Rev. UTather Pardow,
S. J., of New York, upon the occasion
of the laying of the corner-stone of the
new Cathollo Cathedral, has creatod
somewhat of a stir In oertaln Protestant
The Religious Herald of this week takes
editorial notice of It, declaring; that the
Catholics are certainly frank In the ex?
pression of their contempt for ull things
Protestant. Dr. J. B. Hawthorne, pastor
of Grove Avenue, now announces that
In his Hormon to-morrow morning ho will
make reply to the sermon. Tha an?
nouncement ?will probably attract ?an
unusually large attendance to tho ser?
Father Pardow, It will be recalled, re?
ferred to Protestant ministers as "so
called preachers of the Word of Clod
who, four hundreds rears ago, cut thorn?
solves off from the central station," and.
who "are like children shouting Into n
toy telephone In the nursery, and ex?
porting the message to reach their baby
friend? In California."
The Supreme Lodge, Knights of Honor,
now In annual session here, will attend
services In tho morning: at the Second
Bapllst Church, or which Dr. XV. Vt. !..
Smith Is the pastor, ?pocla) seats will
bo provldad, and there will be an un?
usually ?atractivo musical programme.
Any mombors of the order In Richmond
are Invited to ntteitrj.
The Flev, I. S, Hoyles will preach In the
morning nt the Iliindolph Street Tiaptlat
Clmrch on "Tho Devil In tho House tf
Worship." At night he will praach the
last of the ?erics of sermons on "The
Gospel of Matrimony."
At Immanuel Papllst Church, Fifth and
Leigh Streets, the pastor, David A. Roily,
will preach nt 11 o'clock, beginning a
series of three sermons: 1. To tho preach?
er, "speaking tho truth In lova"; ?*. To
the deacons, "ministering to the neceas!.
ties of the saints," and 3. To the lay?
men, "ye are my witnesses." Th-j an?
nual meeting af tho church will ba held
at 4 P. Mi Sunday afternoon. All peo.
pie cordially welcomed.
Dr. Henry R. Johnson, pastor of Lau?
rel Streot Methodist Church, will preach
two sermons to the women, beginning
on next Sunday night, His sutijeot will ho,
"Woman and the Hn-me." Un will speak
In the morning rvft "The Supreme Muliva
In Christian Work."
Dr. Wltherspoon, having partially re?
covered from his slight attack of throat
trouble, will occupy his pulpit to-morrow
morning, At night?the Rav. A. ?,. Phil?
lips, D. P., will prisach at Orace Street
Dr. Francis p,. Biiattlo, of Louisvlllj.
TCy., will pteaoh at the First Presbyterian
Church to-morrow morning and evening.
JACKSON, MIHfl. -James Hill. for
many vears a noted nogro leader In the
KciiuUHcfiii party pf Mississippi and Sec?
retary of Suite during- reconstruction
duys, is ?iead, ?I/? $a_ kJiown .tlu^mjh.Qu*.
?JONN L. WILLIAMS & SOMS
Dialer?.- ta RICHMOND, VA?*'
MtTNICn*At, BONDS A SPECIAI/TX,
Correspondence Invited? .?J
G. W. Branch & Go.
BANKERS and BROKERS
Members of Now York Cotton Ex?
chango and Chicago Board of Tradfi
New York Correspondent??
LADENBURG, THALMANN &. CO
PRINCE & WHITLEY.
f NEW YORK.
u bold nf.xj
Private Wires to* BOSTON,
GnOVI*.AV_r*_E BAPTIST CHtTBOH
(drove Avenno and Beech Street)?Hot. J. B,
HAWTtlOUXE, I). D.. pnstor.?Preaching at 11
A. SL br the pa-tor, Morning atibject, "Founda<
tlona of a Tmo Chrlatlan Character." No ser??
rice? at night on account of Richmond Colleir*,
commencement. Sunday acboul at H:R0 A. ?,
FIItST BAPTIST OIIUHCH?WORSHIP AND
preachlns at 11 A. M. by tho paBtor, Dr. COOP.
Mil! aiiblect, "A Oront Historic Movement,''
N'lght aervtc? at Richmond Colics?. Blot?
?cbool at 0:30 A. U. All made cordially ?val?
SECOND BAPTIST CRORCR (OORNEB
Slith avid Main 8tre?ra)?Servlcea at 11 A. M?
conducted by the p?stor, Dr. W. B. L. 8MITH*
No acrvtce at night, owing to tha annual nn
mon at Richmond College. Bible school at D:3Q
OU?CK^TnBHT BAPTIST Cn?BCTI (CO?V
ner Omce and Fousheo Streets)?Re?. CHARLES
S. GARDNER. D. P.. pastor. Sunday school ?1
0:80 A. M. I'reachlnR by tho paator nt 11 A. M,
and 8:IB P. M. Prayor meeting Wednesday ail
8:15 P. M,
CALVARY BAPTIST CH?ROH (CORNEH
Pln? and ?race Street?? Rev. WESTON BRU?
?VER, D, D., pastor.?Subject at 11 A. ?t.,
"Coinpul-ory nellRloo," tho second la th?
series, June religion. Every seat tree; every?
body welcome. So evening service?.
LEIOH.STHEET BAPTIST CHIWCTI ?CO?
ncr Tivonty-firth and Leigh Streets, on Broad
Street ear line)?? It. A8IIBT JONBS. pa?tor,-4
PreacbldB 11 A. M. and 8:15 P. M. by tho pnstor"
Morning subject, "Din Service ot Friendship'*?
evening aubjget, "Tho Liberality of IuilltT??
TUB REGULAR MONTHLY MEriTKiC
tho BAPTIST BU.NDAY-3CH00I, ASSOCIA
of Richmond and Manchester will no boli! .
Sunday afternoon at the Second Baptist F \\
4:30 o'clock. Dev. Dr, WESTON BRUNER, o?
Calvary Baptist Church, will deliver an nc.
dress, and a good nrogrmmne may be e-.pcet>/L
AU ara Invitad.
-W. D. DURE, Preilfl-nU
Alf. H. McDowell, Secretary.
BROAD-STREET M. E. CUORCH?RBV. "vT.
B. BEAUCHAMP, pastor.?Services Sunday bjj
the pastor nt 11 A. M. and 8:1ft P. M. Morning
Subject, "God Can Do Hard Things") evanln?
subject, "An Individual and His Sabbath." _.'
cordial Invitation to nil.
TRINITY M. E. OHURCH (CORNER TWBNT.
tletb and Broad)?QEO. BANSFORD SPOONEB,
pnstor.?Children's day service at 11 o'clock*'
Evening subject, "An Attempt at Bribery.1*
You arc Invited,
CENTENARY M. B, CHUnCH?RBV, W. W?
LEAR, D. D., pastor?Preaching at 11 A. M.
by Rev. W. J. MAYBBB. At 8,15 the pastor
will, by request, repeat the sermon preached
some weeks ago on "Recognition In tb? Futuro
Life." Sunday school nt 0:30 A. M.
UNION-STATION M. E. OHURCH?RBT?
JOHN IIANNON, D. D.. pastor.?Preaching at
11 A. M. ami 8 P. M. by tbe paBtor.
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCn (CORNBI*
Madlson and Orac? 8trects).?Services at 11 A,
M. and 8 P. M.. conducted by Dr. F. R. BEATS
TIE, of Louisville, Ky. All welcome.
SECOND 1'RESBYTHttlAN CHURCH?RBVi
RUSSELL CECIL, D. ?., pastor.?Services at Hr."
A. M. and 0 P. M.. conducted by the pastor?
Sunday school at 0:45 A. M. Prayer meetlns .
Wednesday at 8:13 P. M.
WESTMINSTER PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
(drove Avenue and Elm Street).?Services at 11
A. M. and 8:10 P. M. by Rev. T. R. ENGLISH.
D. D. Sunday school at 0:30 A. M. Mld-weo!)
service Tueaday 8:15 P. M. Welcome to all.
ORA015STREET PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH-?:
Rev. JERE WITHEBSPOON, D. D.. pastor.-*
Services at 11 o'clock A. M. and 8:15 o'clock P<
CHTJROH OF THH COVENANT?BEY, Xt
CALVIN STEWART, D. D? pastor.?Divine ser
?- to-morrow at 11 A. M. and 8:15 P. M. San?
?chool at 0:30 A. M. Devotional servies)
Wednesday at 8 P. M. All welcome.
MARSHALL-STREET CHRISTIAN CHURCH"
(Marshall Street between Graham and Ban? '
cock)?Rev. B. H. MELTON, pastor,?Preaching
Sunday at 11 A. M. and 8:15 P. M. Sundai
school 0:30 A. M, Christian Endeavor Socle?
8:15 P. M. Mld-wceU prayer aeetlng Wcdna?
day 8:15 P. M.
THE MONUMENTAL CHURCH (BROAC
Btreet, below Twelfth)?Rev W, B. EVANS, Da
I)., Rector,?Holy communion 8 A. M.? morning
service 11 A. M.. afternoon 5 o'clock.
FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST.??
Services Sunday wornln? at 11:15. Subject?
"Is tha Universo, Including Mao, Evolved by]
Atomic Forcel" Wednesday evening meeting;
nt 8:30, No. 1201 Grove Avenue. All are In?
MR. UMLAUT'S HARRIAQE
Popular Member of the Fire Alarm Sew
vice Takes a Bride.
The marriage of Mr. Lewis Alfred Urn?)
lauf und Miss Otealle Paulino Bchmldf
took place In Philadelphia on Wednesdays
June 10th, at 8:30 p. il., >at tho home o(
the brlde'u uncle, Mr, August ni.shoff,
the Rev. J. P. Ohl. Lutheran mlsslonnr?
of Philadelphia and chaplain of the Gor-i
man Hospital, ofllelatlng. The bride wart
tastefully attired in a travcllni* suit o?
gray, with hat and gloves to match, ano;
cnrrlod bride's roses. Miss Einraq
Schmidt nnd Miss Mlnnio Blshoif acte?!
as bridesmaids. Tho wedding niurch wus[
rendered by Miss Elsie Griffith. The
ceremony was performed In' tha hand?
nonio parlors, which, were, decorated wltlti
palms, potted plants and cut flowers.
After the ceremony tho guestawere ten?
dered a reception at the homo of Mr.
Blshoff, and the happy couple left on
an extended tour, which will Include Newt
York, Utlca, Jersey Ctty and other points.
The bride Is the popular daughter of Mr,
Herman C. Bchmldf. of this city, and th.d ,
groom 1h connected with tho city's fir?
alarm service and la highly estimad.
Mr. and Mrs. Umlauf will be at home
to their friends at No. l-'l South BelvU
dcre Street after July 1st.
SEASHORE EVERY SUNDAY.
n.00 round trip to Norfolk and Ocearf
View: "l.'JTi to ?'ana Henry and Virginia?
beach. Special Fast Vestlbuled Tratq
leaves Byrd-Streoi Station 8:30 A M,
QutcUt'Kt liest und "ONLY ALL-RAI If
ROUTE. No chiinge of curs between
Richmond, Norfolk and Virginia Beach.
At Virginia Beach.
Go ?in the "TRILBY" Sunday to Vir?
ginia Beach. J1.?5 round trip. These tick?
eta include Mo trips to Cane Henry. A
view from tho government light house 16a
foot hlgli nt this point la the gr?ndest
sight on the coast. Oo on the "TRII/
isy." which gives you three (3) houiM
longer at Virginia Roach than any other
route. Past veitlbultirf train leaves Rich?
mond, Byrd-Streot Station, ?very Sunday
8 30 A. M. Quickest, best and "only alii
rail route." No change of curs tintwetuj
Richmond. Norfolk anil Virginia Beach.
ROllN? SI.00 X?U*
NORFOLK AND OCBAN VIEW.
SPECIAL SUNDAY TRIPS
To Beach Park, West Point, Va.-^aO?t
Two fast trains wviry Sunday loavq
Richmond 0:3?j A. }_., ' P. JU ; returi>t?ft
leave West Bolnt s anil 10:30 P. M. m
cents round trip, A dellguUui **)?"* l?
??.?ill ?u?aiu*!. y -- *.?^*?V