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TONE WAS
STRONGER
Stock Prices Rose to Better
Level.
OCCASIONAL REACTIONS
Trading Fell Away to Nominal Propor?
tions at the Recessions Until Last
Kour, When Prices Turned
Downward
?Ry A.??"clnted Press.)
NEW YORK, July 22.?The price level
O? securities made eoine recovery to-day
?a * hesitating and Irregular manner.
Thr; opening rise met renewed HellliiK,
?specially In the United Staten Steel
? tocltn, -which caused a wavering In the
whole list. With a relaxation of the
urgent pressure, upon th"!>e Htock?, the
market took on a better tone, nnd start?
ed morn steadily upwards, Therefore
peeaslonal ?light r?actions, but thtsTrad
lng fell away to iiotnlnnl proportions nt
the recessions, until the last hour of the
session. At Mint time, the mnrkot paused
for ti time, and then liirneil downwards
oil a growing volume of selling and closed
?a?>y. Tho principal active stocks had
been lifted fl'om two to tliren points over
last lllghL and tho reaction left them
not more than half of the extremo gains.
The demand from the shorts was nn Im?
portant element in the buying, as a mat?
ter of course, nfter so violent a decline
?is that which has been occurring. No
other Inducement in cover shorts was
needed than the failure in dislodge stocka
?with Ihn rccoiit customary cuse. The
rise In I ho dividend rate on Erie, first
prefer?1?!, from ?i ;? to a 4 per cent, basis
marie Itself frit to some extent hi the
market. Many p.ist hopes of dividend
Increases, raised by tho large surplus
earnings roported by various railroad
compa??a?, have been held In abeyancn
since the period of putting surplus earn?
ings back Into Improvemf-nts and some?
times In addition issuing bond? for addi?
tional Improvements func?a. Some of the
high prires of last year in stocks wore
rinsed upon probable dividend Increases,
which were confidently counted upon, and
comparatively few of which were realized.
Tho Brio Incrcaso Is the flrnt Incident to
rovlv any hope that somo of these ex?
pectations may be realized later, in spite
of the prevalent competition ixir rondy
funds amongst railroad corporation".
There was a notable falling off In the
number of Inactivo stocks to show wide
declines nn the marketing of small blocks,
('clorado Fuel, preferred, was the only
notable example, 100 shares of that stock
selling 22 points lower than the lost pre?
ceding sale.
The activo bond issues worn firmer,
but weakness Of some of the Investment
issues mado the market irregular. To?
tal ?ales, par value. $:,17.i/s?.
United States bonds were unchanged
on call.
Total sale.?. 7.3,109 shares.
MONEY AND EXCHANGE-CLOSE:
Money on call, steady; lowest. 1 1-4 per
cent.; highest. Z 1-4; ruling rate, 2; last
loan. 1 1-4; closlnc. 1 1-lft'l 1-2; tlmn
money, sixty diiys, 4 1-2 per cent; ninety
days. 5; Is ?months. ?; prime mercantile,
paper. .'d-2??i; sterling exchange, easy,
with actual business In hunkers' bills at
f ?Sfi.25fi IM5.?O for demand and at C4M.C&?P
4*4.10 for sixty-day bills; posted rates,
I4S5 und W 1-2; commercial bills, ?4M 3-4
<BdR4 T-S: bar silver, ?>i 7-S; Mexican dol?
lars. VI 1-2.
Wall Street Gossip.
(Kpeclal to The Tlm*?-I?l?p?tch.)
NEW YORK. July 22.?The ?lock market
open-d strong with substantial advances prac?
tically all through the lint. There ? a feeling
that the drain had been rather overdone and that
storks might he bought, nt lean for a turn,
with fair prospects f?r profit*.
Steel Isaac* showed relatively lei? atrength
than other ?tecks.
ERIK FIRST PREFERRED:
Erie lm preferred Showed notable strength on
tho Increase In dlildod. and this strength was
reflected to a considerable extent In the common.
ROCK ISLAND!
The liquidation notable In Rock Island re?
cently whs no limiter hi evidence. In the early
market, and ?bould it not reappear the effect
on the general market would be wholesome.
THE GRANGERS!
The Granger storks ?bowed good strength n:i
the Improving outlook for the crops, and the
prevailing sentiment was that these ronda were
assured of n good business for another year nt
least.
THE EARLY TRADING!
In the early trading there was considerable
short covering, which carried prices up rapidly,
but some large interests were said to have dis?
approved of tho rapidity of the advance and to
have exerted their Influence toward checking It
for the present. The urgent liquidation teemed
to have been exhausted with the exception of
linall accounts In ono or two Issues.
ERIE VOTIVO TRUST:
There was some speculation as to the effect
r,r dissolution of ibe Erie voting trust which.
Snder present condition?, would be accomplished
v tho payment of dividends on the 1st preferred
for one year at the 4 per cent. rate. It wns
considered not Improbable, however, that incas
Brea would he token fur a continuance of the
voting trust along the llnei followed in the ease
if Southern ltullway.
GOOD CROPS HEWED TAXES PACIFIC:
The favorable repents on Texas crops hod a
pood effect on Texas Pacific. According to pros,
?nt Indication?, Hie cotton crop, which baa hero.
tofv.ro been sonw weeks hue, give? Indication?
ef turning out well.
1. C. AND I. RALLIED:
A rflov? against Ihe shorts lo Tennessee foal
and Iron resulted in a substantial rally, on
tshl.'h, however, ?luck was met, and the
freatcr part of the rally was quickly lost.
STRONG IN THE SECOND HOUR:
in Ibe second hour tho market displayed enn
?Idi-rahle strength and was remarkable, per
hips, not so milch for any excellence of buying
is for the removal or the selling pressure. For
the time, nt least, liquidation seemed lo have
entirely censed.
BULLISH ON NEW VIIHK CENTRAL:
Hulls on New York Centrill predicted a eon
?Merahle advance, bul about the only basis
therefor which tho' offend iviih the return of
Mr. W. K. Vnuderhll! to active railroad llfo
portended good results, and Ihut the sentiment
attached to the namn ?as worth several points
for this ?toek.
ADVANCE (?AVE SATIKFAi TION:
The advance In Step) gave a great deal of sails.
faction, particularly In view of the fact that
there was n widespread belief that there were
numerous stop orders at II lilt lo below Tuesday
night'* closing price.
BUYING IN ST. PA PL (JOOD:
The buying of SI. Paul was said to have been
of very good quality, and it was claimed In
moro than ono quarter (hat a section of tun
THOMAS BRANCH ft GO
(ESTABLISHED 1839.)
MEMBERS
Hew York Stock Exohanga,
New York Cotton .Exchange.
PRIVATE WIRES TO
PRINCIPAL MARKETS.
Investment Securities.
I OFFICIAL RANGE AND SALE OF STOCKS IN NEW YORK |
O?OSOi OSOSO?O?.030$<>30 ?O?OIOtO '?O iOCT; OiO JO ?O ??X>tO<0*OvOtOSO!vO'JOi-0
By Thomas Branch & Co.. Bankers and Brokers.
Open. Mleh. Low. Clou?. SALES:
Pacific .. .
SALES:
lono American t.'pn coin.
10?O American Cflri pfd.
American Grass Twine.
American Cotton Oil com...
223."> American Locomotive com.
2100 American locomotive pfd.
700 Anaconda .
2M0 American Car and Foundry.
,vr/t American Sugar .
22.100 A , T. and Santa Fn com.
2735 A.. T. and Hanta Vf. pfd.
.1*370 Amalgamated Copper .
2CK/I Baltimore und Ohio.
11485 Brooklyn Rapid Transit.
5250 Canadian Pacillc .
snT.'i Chesapeake and Ohio.
ion Canada Southern .
2000 Colorado Southern coin.
2/0 Colorado Southern 1st pfri.i.
900 Colorado Southern 2d pfd...
.?no ?Mil., Mil. and St. Paul.
27100 Chi., Rock [?land and Pac.
2100 Colorado Fuel and Iron.
3300 Chicago Great Western.
limo C? Ci, C. and St. Louis.
n.'fl Consolidated Gas .
mo Delaware and Huoaon.
100 Del.. Lftclt. and Western....
29200 Krln com .'
1R170 Krlo lit pfd .
1(100 Krle 2d pfd.
910 General Electric.
2*70 Illinois Central .
3307 Tont her .?/'?-.'?-..'mi..
7:;n0 L?UlavIlte and Nashville.
r/,10 Manhattan .
24?) Metropolitan ....
017) Mexican Central .
3H
83 V4
1131*
122%
?I'm
3IV6
11?
ff?
n
4S%
121
5?? \
B1V4
19%
17 H
KI
11.:'.,
64%
4;VJ
fVj^,
47',,
121H
32%
60%
13%
ISSV4
1W
zs%
10.3
129%
7':?
105 a
13H?
lid
19%
Mc
1
1 ?.
MOD Mo., K;
?0 New V
i:m N. v.. ?
"00 Norfolk
and Texas com.
and Toxa? pfd.
; Central .
t. and Western...
ml Western.
K., .ir? .?.oiiuiK nuil western.
77iA'821M Pennsylvania .
3.:-..| H*> Pressed Steel <??,. ...'.'.'.'.'.'.
1Hi,i 2<0 Pressed Steel Car pfd.
6tU 3623 People's Gai Trust.
?m?HO?0:0-.0-0?O?> @
Open. H'.ch. L-w. cii
121
M Mi
gfrts MOM Rending
45%
15?
4 ' V4
122
2-3'!,
00 Kj
19(4
1200 Rending 1*t pfd
inn Rending id pfd.
1770 Rppiiiiip?. Iron and steri eom.'.i
2650 Republic Iron ,md Steel pfd...
700 sioss.;..:.
St. L. mid Sun Francisco.
1550 St. L. and San Fran. 2d pfd...
Seaboard Air Line com.
Seaboard Air Line pM.
"' ?* ?J ".*?-n pfd...
141? 400 St. h. and South
2.-,y, 12f>09 Southern Pacinc ....
6260 BOulhern Railway eo
1700 Southern Railway pi
.. , WOO Teniie.?.?PP Coal and I
lK>tfl??00 Texas Pacific .
1(M%?2B200 Union Pacific com..
2.38 I Knlnn Pacific, pfd....
30 114970 L'nlterl .States Steel r
o7',<i;r>fi0.7) United States Steel pfd
163 "
13o'?
71)
10W
133
IK.U
19V?
2410 Ya.-Carol I nil Chemical ,_.??..
Vu.-Carolina Chemical pfd..
1210 Wnbiish com .
?4"0 Wahimh pfd .
1C7 Western Union .
?133 Wisconsin Central .
GG5 Wisconsin Central pfd.
Total number of shares, 70.
49%
"j?3
4 ?
21?,
f.?
42
2H%
70 W
41
21%
16*
44
2?%
24%
431?
'"Hi
39
KH?. f
17% 1
. 3? 3S% t
109; bonds, J2.WS.0O
I'. R. refunding 2?, reglntered. mes,
U. S. refunding 2?. caution. 100H
f. P. .Is, registered. 107%
U. S. fis, coupon . 10R \t,
C. K. New 4?. registered <cj Int.)...!.... 184 U
I!. K. New 4?, coupon. IW?v4
?I. H. old 4s. registered. Ill
U. R. old 4?. coupon. Ill
'I. S. r>s. registered (ex.. Int.)). mi*;
'?. H. Tm. coupon . 103
Atchlson. general 4? .IM)*i
Atehlaon. adjualment 4a . K',
Iialtlnii.re and nblo 4s .ioo?;
Ilalllmore and Ohio .IVi? . ni%
rtallltnore and Ohio Conv. 4?. V?i
?'anniln Southern 2d?. m?
Central of Georgia 6? . 10HV4
lentral of Georgia 1st Inc..... 71
I hesapenke and Ohio 4H?. 102?;
Chicago and Alton ::4? . f'l'i
ebb ago, R. and Qnlncy new 4? . M)*4
Chicago, M. mid Kt. Paul gen. 4s. 1?"", |
Chicago and Northwestern con. 7s. l.'iOVl
CLOSING BOND QUOTATISON.
Chicago. Hock Island and Pae. 4s. mo
c. C. 0, and St, I/iuls gen. 4s. fit
Chicago Terminal 4s . '.H
Colorado a,tul Southern 4s. N7
Ib-nver mid Rio Grande 4? . P7'i
Erie prior ll"ii 4s . P7
Eric General 4s . K2
Port Worth ami Henver City 1st?. lOlvi
Hocking Valley 4i(,i< . m4<$
I/mlsvlllo and Nasb. Unified 4s . 08%
Manhattan eon. gold 4s. 100
Mexican Central 4s . 72
Mexican Central 1st In?. 2n
Minn, and St, Lotlla 4s. BDU
Missouri, KBtl. and Texas 4s. I'?';
Missouri, Kan, and Teta? 2d?. 7S
New York Central gen. 814?. '.?Hi
New .Terser Central gen. .'?. 327
Northern rncioc 4s . mow
Northern raclflc fi? .- 71 ii
Norfolk and Western con. 4?. fit
Reading General 4.? . 04**
St. I., and Iron Mountain con. ..a . Ill
fit. I/iul? and San Francisco 4's. O0H
ni? Koiithn-nstern 1?". ni
Sun intohla anrl ArktbJis-PaM 4?. 77
Smithern Paelfle 4s .-.. ???'?';
Southern Ilnllwnv r.? . 113
Texn? ?ml PnclOe 1st? . Ill
Toledo, Si. L. and Western 4s . 71
tinlon Pacific 4? . oil'?)
Union Pacific cnnv. 4? . HOT?
Wnl>n?li 1st? . 93%
IV?hash 2d? . 1140
Warmth p.-h. n's . Uirt>?
West Shore 4? . (13
WhecllnE and Uk? Erlo 4? . 10714
Wisconsin (Vntrnl 4s . S9Va
f'oiitliieiitnl Telia eco 4s . 07
Colorado Fuel eon. f??. S2
V. S. Steel 2d f>, . 7liu;
flock Island 4s . 7Rt?
Pennsylvania .lUs . 941?
M, and O., collateral trust 4s. Ml
rentrai of fieorela 2d lac. 28%
Vlrdnln-Carolina Cliemlcnl Co. com. 43%
Vlretnla-farollnn Cliemlcal Co. pfd. 103
Standard Oil parly, which had been conservative
almost to the imlnt of hesrlshnesf ?tree the time
when Mr. Vanderbllt made his remarkable state
m?nt sa to the buslnria outlook, is now hulllsh
on Ibe situation.
EARLY AFTERNOON THAniNC,:
In the early nftcroeon the market showd
continued strength, made almost entirely, how?
ever, by the traders, ?bled by the covering of
short?. The big Interest? seemed to be doing
little "r nothing.
EAVORARLi: Cltnp CONDITIONS:
The favorable reports as to crop condition?.
coming from the Middle Welt, were reflected In
the good recovery In '.'Big-Four.'; Bu?lne?s con
dlllona In Ihl? rn?d'? territory ?re. ?aid to be
very bright.
HEADING TAKEN OFT OF STREET:
That. Heading 1? being ?leadlly taken out of
the street Is the opinion of c|o<.e observer? of
the trading In thla stock. The source of the
demand Is ?till a mystery, but much of the buy?
ing appnreutlv comes from capitalists identi?
fied with .lersev central before control of the
latter passed to the Heading Company.
ROCKEFELLER AND N. Y. CENTRAL:
There was a rumor in the room to the eifert
that lb? Rockefeller interest? bad ?ecured con?
trol of New York Central anil that th?se Inter
ii?ts bsd also been Instrumental in bringing
itliout a settlement of the Penii'vlTanla-Gould
difficulties and would secure representation on
the PennsTlTnnla board for themselve? or Borne
Interest friendly to Mr. Gould.
THE LAST HOUR: t --.-? ,",
In the last hour the markst hdd fairly well
until It wns announced that a receiver hail been
appointed for the building firm of Nor cross
Uro?. The comparatively low prices obtained
for New York city bonds also had some effect,
?nd on the resumption of bear pressure prnotl
rally all Issues lost considerable of their early
gain?.
RICHMOND STOCK MARKET.
Richmond. Va., July 22, mon.
BALES.
Virginia Centuries?$2,000 at 00'i ; ?1.000 at
no?;.
Virginia-Carolina Chemical Co. common?1
share ot 40.
6TATK SECURITIES: Flld. Asked.
North Carolina 1'?, 0'.. 1910. 102
Va. 3'a New, C. and It.. 1032.... 80\4 f>0
Va. Centuries, 2-3, C. and R. Wl% Diu?
RAILROAD RONDS:
A. C. L. It. I!. Con. Tr. 4's. 02
Pel. Class A r.'a, It. C, 102?- 112 ....
Pet. Class R O'a, It. 0.. 102?- 120
S. A. Li. Con. 1st l'a. 1050. 7SH ...
Wettcru N. C. 1st ??. C, 1014. 115
RAILROAD STOCKS: Tar.
Chesipeako'and Ohio .100 83? ...
Norfolk and Western com.100 ?3U ...
It.. F. and P. Dlv. Oblig.100 200 21S
Seaboard Air Line pfd.100 3."> .Id
ScaNmrd Air Line com.100 20 21
Souihern Railway pfd.100 85
Southern Railway com.100 21?; 22
HANK AND TRUST CO. STOCKS:
Clly Hunk .25 33
First National .100 104
Planters National .inn .14.'.
Southern Trust Company.100 112>? llSVi
INSURANCE COMPANIES:
Virginia Eire und Mnrlne.25 37
MISCELLANEOUS ?
Va.-Car. Chew, pfd., 8 p. C.100 IOS 110
Va. Carolina Chem. com.100 4.! 41
BALTIMORE STOCK MARKET.
BALTIMORE, MI'.. July 22.?Seaboard AI
Line common, 1OH02Q; do. preferred. 34H<
35. Senlionnl 4's. 7S>, i?j;7S'i. Atlniuic Const
Line, common and preferred, no sale.
COTTON MARKETS.
NEW YORK. July 22.?Tho cotton market
opened tirni at at an advance of .'Iff;.7 points un?
der belter English cubic? than expected, particu?
larly In respect to spot cotton, which -was report?
ed In good demand at an advance of 14 points,
with ??le* of 11.000 bales American, These
cable?, in connection with rattier high tempera?
ture? ?till reported In Texas, started aborts
covering, and tbern was nlso some demand from
Iho brokers usually supposed to represent tho
clique, chiefly for September, Ak the session
progressed the action of July ultra.-ted uttcn
llun In connection wllli the approach of the hint
delivery day In that month. Enrly In the morn?
ing there was u sain of July ?t 12.SO: In the
afternoon nt sold at 13.00, imt a single halo
having passed bnnd? lu the Intervnl. mid from
KI.00 it was bid up in 13,30, or Hi points over
Ihn-highest previous price for the season. It
finally ipiotetl 18.20 bid. August sold up to
12.48 and September to 10.05. with the general
list at ihe heat price? of the session, reaching
n level net 13rri.Cn point? higher, A feature lu
the afternoon was the demand from Wall Street
for September and October, and all through Ibe
session, while there was inoro or lesa bull sup?
port, II looked to be mostly o case of shorts
covering, lu tho last few minutes there was a
little realizing ?bat eased prices off u few points
from ttin host, but the market was rtnally ateadv,
net 10?I? points higher.
Sales for tlie day were estimated, at 250.000
bale?.
Cotton futures opened firm and dosed steadv:
Open. High. i.ow. Diosa
July.12. KO 13.30 12.RO 1.1.20
August .12.30 ]2.4S 12.80 12.
September ...10.70 10.03 111.in 10.1
October .0.S3 ?.OS o.st (I!
November ... 0.05 ll.RO 0.(1., 0'
December-0.01 0.78 On", li.'
January .?.HI 0.73 lull 11.?
February . ? .... 0,t
March .0.01 O.tll o.tll 0.1
Spot cotton closed dull, flo pointu advance,,
middling uplands. 19,25; middling gulf, 13,60
?ales, Hi bales.
Cotton, dull; middling, J8.2?J gross receipts,
123 bales; sulcs. 31 hules; ?lock. 137.R73 l?ales.
Total to-day at nil seaports?Net receipts, US.I
bules; ?rock. .21,024, bules.
Coiisollduted at all seuporla?Not receipts,
1.070 bales: export to Great llrituin, 4111 hales;
to tito Continent, 1,00!) bales.
Tolul tinco September 1st at all ?c-nports?Net
receipts, 7.OSH.701 bales; export to (?rent llrllain,
2.HKE,onfl bules; to France, 777,:',2-l bales; to
the Cunllnent, 2,803,777 bules; tu Japan, i:;:, 133
hairs.
NEW ORLEANS, I.A., July 2:!.?COTTON ?
Spot cotton lu good demand; low middling and
higher grades advanced }?c.
Future? up,der the Influence of the unexpected
activity and higher prices In Liverpool and tho
Improvement In spot? In New York, there was
an udvunce on all grade? at iho opening of 2tii!) '
polat?. Activity of tho bull? kept tho market
strong, and the upward inurement was emit In
ued lurougbout ihe st-sslou. At the close the list
showed net gains for July of 10 polois, August
25. Herterubor 30. October 20, and 1 7 each ou
the inoro distant positions. 1
Cotton futures wm: July, 18.50(213.35; Au.
?usf. 18.20(8113.23; September. 11.04?1L05? Or
lolier. o.MlTU'.s": November, 9.0Q$0.BS? Dccem
| her, 0.0130.65: January, 9.C2?J9.04.
PRODUCE MARKETS.
NKtV YORK. July 22.?rLOUIt? Unsettled.
clo?ln gc??y. itye Flour?Steady. Ornnieal?
Pull, Hurley?steady.
Wh??l?Spot cany: No. 2 red. 80V,C. Options
opened steady nnd'were generally very firm all
the forenoon on cables of ?drente crop reports,
small winter wheat receipts ami covering. IJiter
hears awakened the market with success, forc?
ing out considerable Ion gwhoat and a sharp
declina In prices with the close i$c. net lower.
No. 2 red. J< 'y, S0C?c; September, ROHc. ; 1>?
cembcr close? at oO"iC.
Corn?Spot easy; No. 2. 50'ic. Options mar?
ket w?s also strong after the opening on further
outside baring, lighter receipts and Rood ?hip?
ping demand, but eventually hroke with wheat,
closing ?s?lUc. net lower. July closed at
50% c; September, 65?ic: Peceinher, .'?rii^c.
Oats?Snot quiet: No. 2. 401410! 40?ijc. Option?
advaleed with corn, bur finally sold off.
Beef?Easjr. Cut Meats?Steady. Lard?
Steady; refined, dull. Pork?Steady. Tallow?
Quiet. Hosln?Firm: strained, common to good,
I2.00S32.0S. Turpentine? Firm at 62@d2$4c.
Coffee?The market for coffee futures opened
quiet at unchanged prices to n decline; of 5
Points in the absence of demand, but later turn?
ed ?lightly firmer In keeping with steady prl
mury markets, closing steady at unchanged
price? to an advance of r> point?. Sales, 9,r
bags. Spot ttlo, quiet : No. 7 Invoice. *>%
mild. easy. Sugar?Ran-, firm; fnl rreSnlng,
3 310c.; centrifugal, l?! test, .". 11-lf.c: molasses
sugar, 2 1,',-l'lc; refined, llrm. llico?Firm.
Molasses?Fl.-m.
Putter?Steady; extra creamery, 20c: cream?
ery, common to choice, lDillOMiC. Cheese?Ir?
regular; State, full cream, fancy small, colored.
loi;c; large, colored, 10e.; ?mall, white, lOUc.t
Inrge, white. 10e. Eggs?Steady; State and
Pennsylvania, firsts to extrnn, l?/Sl?i-u'j; west-'
ern. extras. ISTilSijc: western, seconds to
firsts. 14 ft 17<-.
Peanuts?Firm; fancy hnndplckod. 4I?'?i4Sic.;
other dornet !?-. :;friA'',r. Cabbage??Quiet;
lloltimoro, $1.0O?t!l.l2; Long Island, per 100. $5fc
7.00 Friegbt.i to Liverpool?Quiet; cotton by
attraui to Liverpool, 1% pence.
CIIICAfio, IM,., July 22.?Wheat nilert weak
after a rather firm opening, and the close ir?
a loss fur September of %c. Corn was steady
to a trifle easier. September closing He. lower.
Oats were strong early, closing firm at n gnln
?f i?c. Provision? were unchanged to lO@12^&Ci
higher.
The leading futures ranged as follow?:
Open. High. Low. Close.
WHEAT?No. z.
July (old).. 7?5>, 70i? 73 75?
July (new 1. 70 70 73H 7.'.i',
Sept. (old). 70% 7074 TB?! 75?{
Sept. (new) 70% 70% 75?j, 75%
CO UN?Nu. fj.
Jill". 50 50 4tUi 49?;
Sept. not', 50% 41)^ 4!>a,
Dec. 405?, 49% 4Sa? 41%
May. 35% 35% 88 35
OATS?Nn. 2.
July. 57% 3H 37K, 3S
Sept. 82% 331,4 32? 82?
Pee.'. 83% 33% 33'i 33%
URSS PORK?Per hbl.
Sept.14.30 14.35 14.15 14.25
LAUD?Per 100 lb?.
Sept.7.90 K.02'i 7.00 7.97%
Oct._ 7.G3 ? 77.72 Vj 7.05 7.70
SHOUT KIPS?Por 100 Hi?.
Sept.S.4n 8.4m R.:i2i$ 8-.".T%
Oct.S.12V? 8.15 8.07"i 8.15
Cash quotations were a? follow?: Flour
Steady. Hutter-Easy; creameries. 17i?(?M9%c. :
(luirles, 15ijftf1cS. Wheat. No. 2 red, 75C(!l
7tl%?. No. 2 corn, W,r.\ Nn. 2 yelled, fjOMc.
Oat's. No. 2 white, 3!H.Jc; No. 3 white. ?ISc.
Nu. 2 rye. 40 ??<fi 53c. Hood feeding hurley. -12c. ;
fair to choice malting. JtPrTBOc. No. 1 llasseed.
OOc.J No. 1 northwestern. U5i?c.; prime Timothy
seed. $2,fio. Mes? pork, per hnrrel. S14.05@
11.10; lard, per 100 pounds, S7.77%(ii7.?0; thort
rlhs ?Id?? (loose), ?S.l2'i'?(s.KO; dry ?alted
shoulders (boxed'1, $7.SOfft7.02% : short clear
?Ides (boxed). fS.50@8.62%'. Clover, contract
grade. $12.00? 12.50. Eggs?Easy at mark, ease?
lncliideil, U?E13c. Cheese?Firm at liV??11 K.e.
Ilecelpts?WhenK 03.32'. bushels; cor^ 202.100
bushels; oats, 537,050 bUSliel?! hog?, 22,000
bushels.
head.
HALTIMORE. Ml>.. July 22.--FLOPft? Inac?
tive, unchanged. Wheat-Firmer; npoi mid Ihe
month, 77l?<fi77%e. ; southern by sample. H2'a'
771-c. lorn ? Firmer: spot and the inniiih, M:1i<<i
51 He.: southern white coin, IWtffftOC. OatH?
Dull and (Bller: No. 2 white, H??-lU-r. Ityi?
Quiet; No. 2. 55c. Mutter, Egg? and Cheese?
Steady and unchanged: Sugar?Strong and un?
changed.
RICHMOND GRATN MARKET.
Illchmnnd, Va? July 22, 1003.
QUOTATIONS,
WHEAT -
1/mgbeny .SO <f/R'J
Mixed .?O 1&S2
Sliortbeiry . so r,?*y
No. 2 red .R2
Vu. hug lots .70 l.iSl)
CORN ?
White (Va. bag lots. 5S (i{.VJ
No. 3 ?hilo .fiSWj
No. II white .5T'j
No. 2 mixed .57
No. 3 mixed .60
0AT3
No. 2 mixed . 40
Nn. 8 mixed . 30
No. 2 whltn .42
Winter seed .45 ff?50
ftV'IJ .55 (gtiO
CATTLE MARKET.
NEW YORK, July 83?BBHVES?Receipt?,
2,400 head; market active. Steer?, ?toady;
hull? and cowB, steady to shade higher. Steers,
f,YliO(!t,Y05; topa, $5.75; oxen, ?1.25; bull?, ?Uij
?1.25; export do., If40{?f?0? cows, $1.70<??4.10.
Calve??Recelpia, 2,710 head; veal?, CO??(75o.
higher: luitierinllks. filKiiOuc. higher. Veals,
K>.iiiifii.7.75: tops. $S.OO; culls, ?1.0iii,j l.r.O; iiut
lennllks, S2.5<Jf;i3.(IO; western calves, $3.70,
Dri'tsuil calves blghcr; city dressed vcnls, bff(
lie. per pound; country drcascd, 0(|ilOu. jier
pound. Sheep und Lunihs?Ilecelpts. 7.1O0 bend;
sheep strong: lamliH firm, closing, iodise, blgli.
er. Sheep, $3.iMiH4..r.H; luinb?, ??'? Olid 7.00; one
car ut ?7.10. Hogs-Receipt?, B.uc.t) head; mur
l;el Ih'in. Heavy und inediuui legs, ?Ui?U.lE;
light do, JU.40.
OIUOAOO, U.U. July 22.-CATIT.E?Receipt?,
20,000 ?bend, Including 1,000 Texan?; uiurkot
strong to loe. higher. fjnud to prima ?teer?,
$.Y25??fi.Q0; poor to medlil'u, U 25??5.25: ?lock
rr? und feeders. $2.50di4.4u; cows und heifers,
Jl.00(85.00: cuuueis. ?T.004i8.(O] bulls. i2.5or>i)
4.50; calves, J3.(l0i?(l.40. Hogs - Keeelp(8 to?
day, 22.000 bead; estlmutod for to-morrow, 20.000
heart; left over. 3.000. Mixed and butcher?,
?r5.4iKft5.T5i good, choice, heavy, ?5.?,V,j5.?f,;
rough, heavy, *5.25ti5.c,i.i; lltlit. K.5,45ifi,'.,syi!1 ;
bulk of ?ales, ?;.1.tioQ5.Tli. Sheep?Receipt?. 18.
luvi hesd: ?teadr to 10e. hleher. I.iimhs opened
bU'udy and closed lower, ti'oud lo chuleo weih?
ers, ?3.7r.'(74.0n; fair to choice mired, ?3.00(9
3.00; nativo lombs, $3.23@6.40,
EAST LIBERTY. PA., July 22.?CATTLE??
Steady. Choice, $3.25ft.-,,40; prime. $4.00(35.10;
good. .??.r,0tg4.S5. Hogs--Higher. Prime hoary.
$3.S3?J.'(.f?0: m?diums. $11.13?0.20; heavy ynrk
ers. .?tJ.25'ao..'in; light yorkors. ?(1.400(1.50;
roughs. $I.O0r?5.on. Sheep?Steady. Rest weth?
ers, y-ir.niiM.it5; ciiIIr and common, S1..W?2.25;
yearlings! i.'i.OOfftri.OO; veal calves, $7.00(057.50.
CINCINNATI, 0.. July 22.?HOCS?Active at
t4.OOQS.00. Cat tie-Dull and lower at $2.25f?
4.75. Sheep?Active at $2.00<f{4.00. Lambs
Active and higher nt 53.SOfr7.fl.40.
MISCELLANEOUS MARKETS.
PBASOT ANO TEA MARKET.
NORFOLK, VA.. July 22.- The peanut market
Is ijulet to-day. The ony change In prices la
Spanish nuts, which bave dropped In price to
77'ic. a bushel. The price? are " follows:
Fancy. o,ulet at 3c; strictly prime, 2?ic:
prime. 2i?c.; low erodes, 2c.: machin? picked,
2f"?2};c. : Spanish, 77Hc per bushel. Blackejo
peas, $2.25 bag; black and speckle peas. $1:
clay and red peas, 80c. Peanut bags In bales
08 In.. 7 4-inc.
PETERSBURG. VA., July 22.?PEANUTS?
Spanish, new, market very firm at 77Vic; seller?
asking more. Virginia's?Quiet at 3c.
DRY GOODS MARKET.
NEW YORK. July 22.?The dry goods market
continue? In a depressed condition as far a?
business Is concerne*]. Prices are very firru. and
where goods are wanted for imroedlato shipment
high prices are belns paid. Tho market, how?
ever, lacks speculation, and conditions are likely
tu remain unchanged until the Jobbers' fall trade
commences In earnest.
NAVAL STORES.
WILMINGTON, N. C, July 22.?SPIRITS
TURPENTINE?Nothing doing: receipts, ISO
casks. Rosin?null at 51.50ritl.53; receipt?. 105
barrels. Crude Turpentine?Flun at $1.76S}8.25
and $3.75; receipts. Su barr?la. Tar?Firm at
$1.05: receipts, 32 barrels.
SAVANNAH. GA., July 22.?TURPENTINE?
Firm at 40Vic; receipts, 1,342 casks; aalcsyflST
cask?; exporta, 11- casks. RobI?j? Firm; re?
ceipts, 2,050 barrels; Bales, 1,211 barrels; ex?
port?. 1.174 barrels.
CHARLESTON. S. C. July 22.?TURPEN?
TINE?Steady at 4SVic. Rosin?Steady.
COTTONSEED OIL MARKET.
NEW YORK, July 22? Cottonseed oil was
dull, cIoaiuB steady. Prime crude, f. o. h.
mills. 31c, new crop; prime summer yellow,
42'/ic; off summer yellow. 37J4@3Sc; prime
white, 4.7f?j'4Pc.; prime winter yellow, 47c; prime
meal, $27.O0r<227.SO ncuninul.
MARINE INTELLIGENCE.
PORT OF RICHMOND. JULY 22, 1D03.
ARRIVED.
Steamer Rrandoii, Rhodes, Norfolk, merchan?
dise and passengers. Old Dominion lino.
Sloop Roamer, Johnson, Jamea River, wheat
and straw, J. F. Jacob? and Co.
SAILED.
Steamer Pocahont.is, Graves, Norfolk and
James River landings, merchandise and passen?
gers. Virginia Navigation Ce.
Steamer Rrandoii. Rhode?, Norfolk, merchan?
dise and passengers. Old Dominion lino.
PORT OF WEST POINT. JULY 22, 1003.
ARRIVED.
Baltimore, Courtney, Baltimore, passenger? and
general cargo.
SAILED.
Baltimore. Courtney, Baltimore, passengers and
general cargo.
PORT NEWPORT NEWS, JULY 22, 1003.
ARRIVED, ?*
Schooner Addle M. Lawrence, Portland.
Schooner Clara Goodwin, Providence.
SAILED.
Nathan T. Palmer, Boston.
ACUTE OLDFARHER
In Original Terms He Gives His Views
as to Strikes and Strikers.
Editor of The Times-Dispatch!
Sir-I whs born in the country anrl
live there now, ?uni if Ihe Lord will allow
I intend my last breath lo bo pure coun?
try u Jr. Deiner a religious man, i natural?
ly luivo pr?judices, und It l? us woll for mo
to say that in an ordinary count of noses
I lino my pr?judices up on tho country
nide. For town folks, with their ?ilia anil
pomps, i have Home mighty athletic, feei
inga, and It would hardly be prudent tn
commit them to typo if I over wish to go
?o Itlelimond again at tho time my to?
b?ceo is sold. I had a powerful uprising
of emotion? when thi* car fusa sprung up.
It took my gravity out of mo totally. It
broke out ho sudden--the boya all stopped
nt the. drop of a hat?and next thine; |
heard bricks, linch-phis, eggs, sIiiks,
curses and rotten e&fcTS were (lying through
the streets of Richmond saino na war. I
felt cock-sure that th? money men were
wronging our buys, nml II shook my bile,
to evaporating point. 1 own up 111?t. 1
niailo n lot of remarks that made tno
quito promlnotit In my neighborhood.
I reckon Ihe fact that one . of my
iiephewa?my younger brother Zack's son,
J Im. wiia In the upheave made It worse
with mo, and OH general principles I
was down on the railroads. I- told my
wlfo that If I was young I would march.
to Richmond In BQlId phalanx and help
road und feel us awkward as an uncul?
tured calf. It always did '?'like be ucho
bo stubborn about "tuet um.m?, ?m. or?
?n? religious, I believe In owning up, ?md
I have decided to drop ?oma thoughts
out-some experiences I ha\o had about
thnt strike, which has been r?tU|n?. up
Richmond. 1 taiiKln ?l"h.?,' ,'",?,1'(il01'0
the Civil War. ami I"-"l1.'",1 ln ' ? "IV
thoughts Into number. ?! ?cuon?, und tins
I will do now, ?rln?lnl.? _.
1. The first ebock my principles got
JOHH L. WILLIAMS & SONS
BANKERS.
Dealer? In RICHMOND, VA^
SOUTHERN INVESTMENT
SECURITIES.
MUNICIPAL BONDS A SPBCIALTT.
Correspondence invito.
carne when I got It straight ns to why the
bbya struck. It came out hero at first
that the rnllrond owed the ear-men money
und would not pay It. That mrido me
piping mud, for I was born to feel th.it
folk* ought to pny tlielr debt", rich nnd
poor th? samo. When I asked Zach how
much they owed Jim ho told me .llm was
pu hi up to the last second. When I
heard thnt I whistled In itplto of being
bereaved of front teeth. I further won
track of the fact that the gist of the
butlicr was that, tlio boyst wanted moro
pu y. That flustered mo. considerable, for
I ltnew Jim was getting muro than his
father was making, including hi? two
boys at home. Jim never had five dollar?
of his own in his pocket In Ids lite until
bo got on the cara lust September. I
wan well aware, too, that when Jim came
homo late lu Inst April ho was dressed
fine ns a colored bridegroom, nnd had
bin valiso stuffed with cigarettes, fancy
Handles, yellow fruits find dazzling neck?
ties. Ho wont on real wild about how
much be was making, nnd I know for cer?
tain ho was getting more a year tbnn our
pastor gets, who took nlno years to go
to tho big schools,
They tell frjo a fellow <??nt knows tho
multiplication (able and division, and can
writo a tolerable hand can graduate for
car work In two weeks, if be is naturally
quick In his mind. Naturally, wo want
nil wo can got lindar tho moral law of
Moses, nnd a few I know of would on
n pinch take morn than Moses said was
the limit, if the bnvs wanted more they
bad tho right to ask for It, and If they
did not get It, tlien the public road wits
at tlielr service whenever thev chose to
go. From what Jim writes ?ach, I see
he -wanted no raise?that Is, 'specially,
but bo was in that trust gotten up by
the boys, and if the boat went the whole
party had to go. My brother Is still twist?
ed a bit, and leans to Jim, but lip says
that Jim Is awfully cut by the troublo
and would go back to-rnorrow If ho was
not nfrald of being mohbed.
2. What still further shook my refuges
down to the earth was the mobs. Even
when I supposed that the strike was to
get back pay and thought the mob was
intended to scare the road Into paving
Ils debt, I felt deadly sick in heart. That
rocking tho cars and that shooting at
ear-men and passengers In thn dark
solved several tangled problems for me.
That was not the Al?sale method of col?
lecting debts. When I heard that they
were seeking to wreck tho road-not to
enforce the payment of a debt, but to
compol an Incrouso of salary, It blew the
whistle out of my thront. 1 told my
wile that If Jim was In that mob busi?
ness be should not talk to my grand?
daughter another timo. This would make
/.ach's wlfo out-cavort tho Tucker con?
tingent, but to me this destroying prop?
erty Is a vulgar form of robbery, and
this attempt to destroy llfo Is malice pre?
pense. I wash my hands of it, and poor
Zach Is awfully cut. up by It. He says
?that Jlrn is not In It, and I expect that
Is true of most of the strikers, but what
has muddled my head to distraction Is
that I never have seen where the strik?
ers over held a meeting to condemn tho
mob?never saw where one had lost blood
in trying to suppress the mob; and, more
thanothat, I have worn tho papers to a
frazzle In my efforts tu find one case in
which a striker appealed through tho
publlo press to the mobhers to stop their
devilment and go home.
I told my wife over and over again that
the strikers were the foreordained agen?
cies to repress the violences, but you may
swing inn to the big oak In my back-yard
if I could find whore one of them lifted
his loft-hand little finger to stop the riot?
ers. This has looked iigly to us in tho
country; whore if outrageous assaults are
made, wo telephone for .fudge Lynch, and
the thing is over before next morning.
Looks as If we beat tho Richmond police
out of their blue buttons In putting down
disorders, though I am no dlsciDle of the
lynching fraternities.
3. When the boycott enmo on the scene
I was Inverted entirely. I hardly knew
my nativity or my hopes for tho years to
come. I do not study the dictionary much
in later years, and boycott was now to
me?is now now, nnd I do tint know
whero It came from nor what it means
when you boycott a fellow. My wife
figures that it is the samo as trundle
bod, and when you boycott folks you put
them In tight places. I remember when
tho district conference was up at the
Methodist Church our house ran over
with company, and they put mo to sleep
in the trundle-bed. and, positively, I hung
i out of it at four sides and camo noar
, cutting myself off at my ankles with the
, footboard. That, in my wife's sereno
opinion, was a mild case of boycott. I
heard a lawyer on court day say it was
nn effort to keep people from getting
trado and making a living, because they
do not do to suit us. It Is clear to my
mind that Moses would not have touched
such conduct with a ton-foot pole. ,f toll
you I wouldn't, not even if Moses had
?? that electric road does not choose to
pay tho hoys what they ask, what then?
Whose rouii is it? Are the boys the direc?
tors? Not by a day's journey over land
and sea. The road may bo illiberal, and
It is a pity If it is, but illiberality is not
unlawful in this country. The boys may
think Mr. Gould unreasonable, and he
may bo, but the strikers aro not a com?
mission of lunacy, nnd are not sent to
mete out punishment to unwise business
companies.
Really, no one Is quite prepared to say
how much tho road ought to pay, but it
Is not a crime to suggest that It is by
every principle of juntice the right of
persons owning property to say what they
will do with It, and If they do not use
it to cripplo or d'sturb others, tjioy have
a right to do what they please about it.
1 despise the boycott, and have written
my Cousin Aleck that If he don't go along
and ride just to show his right I will riot
bn home to him tho next bird season. 1
Kinder sicken on the business piopln who
poddor up ami down the street, dying to
ride and almost dying because ?ilie.vr do
not ride, and yet ufrnld of the boycott.
I would ride just to show my spirit, and
you need not believe that the boycott will
ls?.t long, .t 1 was down there and Jim
was to como exporting on nie about rld
I ig on the curs I. would haul lutn a
blinding slap, bounded on the north liy
his cheek-bone and on the east by his left
ear. No, sir, 1 have no surplus courage
to lend, but 1 don't let my wife bulldoze
mo, though sho' occasionally gels on
the next tudgo to ?I.
Now, I will not glvii my niiine. It looks
wiser for mo not to do it. . For ono thing
II would mortify Jim. Jim Is wrong, but
still Jim is tho son of my younger bro?
ther, and I. feel tender towards him. I
may have some fears, and If so I am like,
just thousands of scared people who are
afraid to be seen on the ears. Then my
wife Is so stormy about it that I fear that
sho might strike.
I*. S.?Since writing tho above Iho nich
moud paper bus come, It brings news of
that Wednesday night rumpus in Fulton,
Do you know that when I scanned thn
mimos of the midnight plotters I shivered
lest I might run up on Jim's name, but
he was nut I here. The country boys are
not far enough gono for that sort of work
yet, Not a country product in that batch,
I advise the boys who uro not willing to
go back to the rund to pull out and
strike l'or a now scene. They have got to
begin at the bottom and build up with
the country. I would not be thumping up
anil down the street?, waiting for a few
charity dollars, listening to tho groat
morning Injunctions and lineal'? that are
designed to keep nie Idlo and fooling my?
self about winning. The railroads aro
?"Oing i heir happy way. 'They are not dy-'
fur for a few hoys-thcy enn get forty
thousand In a few months if they put on
the nitiwuient. The road und boys have
fallen out, and thern 1? a coldness be?
tween them, ami that being so they had
to part. If there was any chanca before
that bagging of the alley crowd at the
bag factory Wednesday night it closed
;,li alunices. One bov on the ridge above
us who was In the strike, Is at his
father's working the i'miiii and rebuilding
a tumbled down engagement bel ween him
nnd a glil whom he blinked at when they
wem at school together six years ago.
The strike Is over wllh h I in._
M of Town.
Ten' minutes from Broad Street;
R cent fare; slate roof, water, sewor?;
joo feet front $n,ii00; beautiful place;
photo st office.
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ILL
[ Capital $200,000? Surplus and Profits $672,445.75 f
i Designated Siate. United States and City Depository.
*? Mercantile and Bank Accounts I Largest Bank Depository Sont? +
? respectfully solicited. ?f Baltimore. ^
t 3 per cent. Intores! Paid on Deooslls In Savings Department, %
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GR ND EXCURSION
Richmond to Danville, Greensboro and
Wlnston-Salem, N. C., August 10th,
$2.60 Round Trip, via Southern Rail
way.
Spacinl excursion train will leave Ttlr.h
mond at P:30 A. M. AUgllSt 10th for ?nti
vllle, Greensboro, WliiKton-Salem. Re?
turning, leavo Wlnston-Snlom at 12:05
A. M., August 12th. arriving Richmond
about 7:80 A. M. Only $2.50 round trip.
Special care for White and colored pen
pi?. A splendid opportunity to visit the
Old North Slate.
Ruy your tickets of th<? Southern Rail?
way Agent, Fourteenth-Street Station.
FARMVILLE & POWHATAN RAIL
ROAD.
Schedule in effoct Saturday, July 25,
lf03:
L,eavo Richmond, via Southern Railway,
Saturdays, G P. M.? other -week dnys 12:50
P. M.. for Farmvllle nnd Intermediate
stations.
Arrive Richmond from Fnrmvlllo Sat?
urdays nnd Monday?, S:40 A. M.', other
week days 3:2,> P. M.
T. M. R. TAI.COTT.
Receiver.
R. T. WILSON,
Genoral Passenger Agent.
C. &. O, FAST TRAINS TO NORFOLK
Now Vestibuled Equipment.
The new vestlbnled electric lighted
coaches and parlor cars, which coaches
created such farorable comment on the
C. and O. Snndny Outing of Sunday last,
havo been assigned to the C. nnd O. fast
trains between Richmond and Xorfolk.
These trains leave Richmond nt 0 A. M.
dnllv nnd 4 P.-M. dnlly except Sunday,
tim?-l;to Old Point two hours, and to
Norfolk two hours nnd twenty-five min?
utes. Returning these trains arrive Rich?
mond 11:46 A. M. dnlly except Sunday;
and 7 P. 51. dally. Those coaches scat
eighty persons. Unexcelled service on an
unexcelled road bed.
Going to Norfolk? Tho C. and O. points
the way.
FINEST COASTWISE TRIPS IN THE
WORLD.
Richmond to Doaton and return, $23.00;
to Providence and return, $21.00, includ?
ing meals and room, v?a Merchants' and
Minors' Transportation Company, from
Norfolk. Dally lino to New England.
Tickets on sale at Chesaoenko and Ohio
and Norfolk and Western Rallwnya' of?
fices, No. 810 East Main Street.
R. W. WRIGHT.
Agent, Norfolk.
SPECIAL LOW-RATE EXCURSIONS
To Atlantic City, N. J., via the Popular
York River Roule?$8 Round Trip.
On Thursday and Friday of each week
until September 12th the Southern Rail?
way will sell special round-trip tickets
to Atlantic City. N. J., and return at U.
These tickets limited, returning, to reach
Richmond not later than Wednesday fol?
lowing date of sale.
In. addition to theso low-rate tickets,
the Southern Railway will sell Summer
Tourist Ticket?, Richmond to Atlantic
City, at $11 round-trip, good, returning,
until October 31st. Theso tlckots on, sale
dally until September 30th.
Via Tork River line to Baltimore, nnd
Pennsylvania Railroad or B. and O.
routes, Baltimore, lo Atlantic City.
SPEND SUNDAY AT THE SEA?
SHORE.
Special Week-End Rales via C. & O
Railway,
The Chesapoako and Ohio Railway will
sell tickets from Richmond for trains of
Friday afternoon and Saturday, good until
the Monday following, to Old Point ami
tcturn, at ralo of $3.00; to Norfolk, $3.20,
and to Virginia Beach, 8.50; aluo tickets
to Old Point and return, Including accom?
modations at the Chamherlin Hotel, for
4:00 P. M. train of Saturdays, good until
Sunday evening, at $5.00, and good until
Monday morning, $7.00.
EXCURSION
To Wharton Grove Camp.
Commencing Friday, July 24, 1003, the
fast nnd attractive steamer Tourist will
extend her Friday and Wednesday trips
from Frederlcksburg through to Wharton
drove Camp, and will discontinuo bor
Saturday trip up and Monday trip down.
On .Saturday, Sunday and Monday she
will leave Nayior'n Wharf at 0:30 A. ?,l?
Tappahannock at 7 A, M., and will make
nil wharves en route to Wharton Grove
nnd will arrive nt the Camp at 11 A. M.
She will return samo evening to Nuylor's
This will give you a chance to havo n
delightful sail and onjoy the dny at the
Camp Grounds, Thin scedulo wll bo In
effect until Cuinp closes.
F. V. ARCHER,
General Manager. Frodericksburg, Va,
,'THE LAND OF THE SKY" AND
"SAPPHIRE COUNTRY IN WEST?
ERN NORTH CAROLINA.
"Tho I^nnd of the Sky" and "Sapphire
Country," In Western North Carolina.
All-year-round resorts. Lake Toxaway?
flfteon miles shore line?equal to the lakes
of Kuropo. Ashevillo. Hot Bprlngs, Hop?
(laisoiivlllo, WnyiiOKvllle, Brevard, Lakes
Toxaway, Fnlrllold ami Sapphire, Elegant
tourist hotels. Scenery unparalleled; high?
est mountains east of iiockiea; cllinato
filiperb in Bummer or winter. Southern
Hallway will carry you there In through
trains. Ask any ticket agent lor Iolder
and ilt-Hi'iiptlvo matter.
S. H. HARDWICK,
General Passenger Agont,
Washington, D. C.
WHEN IN NEW YORK
Stop nt New Gregorian Hotel, Thirty
fifth Street, between Fifth Avenue and
Herald Square. Fire-proof. Delightfully
appointed. Cool.
UNION AND NON
UNION MEN FIGHT
(Py Annotated I'reM.)
ST. 1-eOUlS, MO., July '.'j.__i:'p0n orders
of walking delegates, about ono hundred
and fifty mon, structural iron-workers
and roofer?, on the machinery building
at tho World's Fuir grounds, are on stellte,
?their ' claims being that workmen build?
ing tliei elevated track aro not union men.
A fight ensued, resulting In the non?
union men fleeing l'or safety. .Several
men were hurt, Joseph Myers' skull being
(tnctured. Pollua restored quiet audi the
milkers wero forced lo leave the build?
ing. No arrests wero made.
Mr?. James R, Kerrey and her daugh?
ter, Miss 1-ucili-, of No. S0$ West Mar?
shall Street, are spending a few weeks
wllh friends at Hampton.
BUSINESS AND
PERSONAL ACCOUNTS
SOLICITED BY
THE
OF VIRGINIA,
HUE. Main St..
Richmond, Va.
Bankers and Brokers
1114 E. Main St., Richmond, Va ?.
Private Wires to Principal Points.
Correspondents?W. E. WOODEND. &
CO., Members New York Consolidated
Stock Exchange..
Correspondence Invited.
BANKER AMD BROKER. "'
1015 E. Main St, Richmond, Va
Bonds and Stocks Bought and Sold
for Cash or Carried on the Most
Favorable Terms.
Investment Securities a Specialty
'Phone 366.
G. W. Branch & Go.
BANKERS and BROKERS
Members of New York Cotton Ex?
change and Chicago Board at Trail
Now York Correspondents?
LADENBURG, THALMANN & CO
PRINCE &. WHITLEY,
LEHMAN BROS.
? NEW YORK,
Private Wires toJ BOSTON.
?CHICAGO.
Typewriters
20 to 40%
under regular prices'. Mid-summer
clearing sale. All makes, aorrio brand
new. If you want a good Typewriter
at a big- saving, seo us quick. It you
niu out of town, write for price-list.
?\Vo rent, sell, repair all makes any
iv here.
SOUTHERN STAMP AND " STA?
TIONERY CO.,
'Phone 1895.
Twelve-Six Main Street.
All makes Typewriters?
Sold, Exchanged, Kented, Repaired.
75c. Half-Soling Men's Shoes
Ladies', 60c.
Evory pair V>'oll Shoe restltehed on
nur I?lQCtrlo Stltehor; no big ugly sew?
ing around the sole like a cobbler sewa
by liHtirl: no nails, no pegs; the only
un-to-dute plant for repairing shoos In
.',. South.
? ELECTRIC POWER
* SHOE FACTORY,
7I6 East Main Street.
'Phone 2GC7, will sond anywhere and
deliver?
Tills advertisement good for 10c.
3-AH Kinds
u,*h?K. ?'?'I-'?V?.?mi?iIiI?-.''? ?""""i "U. 0Uffl~M?
BOPTnisn?rea ?)m v a?u Muu.?Uc?im0Bd. y. -
?.L11.1U JJiUiai"?! *
The Jefferson
Turkish Baths
have been thoroughly renovated and
are now open to the public.
EVERY EVENING
To Popular Beach Park?60c. Round
Trip.
Spn.-inl inst train leaves Richmond it
;30 1'. M., returning, leaves West Point
t 10;S0 P. M. &0?. round irlp, It'? %
?e|y plaoi to spiMni an evenhur. Muelo
nd dancing. Sunday trains lr.no at f J>
. M. and 4 P. M.

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