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Bold Prtdictions Regarding the
Probable Extent of the .
THE SPECULATION IN U. P.
It Was Forced By Rumors of An
Extra Dividend On That
(By Associated Press.)
NEW YORK, July 0.?Tho coincidence
of the free selling of. stocks to take
profits yesterday nnd the publication* or
on Interview with a prominent specula?
tive Under, sinking with great confi?
dence of vthe prospect for. much higher
prices, had the effect of leaving sentiment
a good deal unsettled to-day.
There wns further selling of stocks nt
avajluhlc opportunities, nnd under cover
of the sustaining effect of the spectacular
movements In special stocks. Several
Incld'-nts of tho dav wore In favor of thc
marked nnd It had no Important .obsta?
cle id contend with. But Ihq.ffojpma
or dealings fell beeW the total of yes'
t?-rduy, and there was a violent'Cbl&'-s
tlon of activity In Rendlnfc nnd .lUn-on
The buyin-r of Reading came from many
quarters under the encouragement of-the
bold leadership In tho movement, and the
seemingly Irresistible character of the
advance. The only news on the stock
was the' general assertion of Its high
earning power nnd the bold predictions
circulated of the extent to which it was
intended yet to carry thc movement.
Erie was a ITacted in sympathy. The
speculation In I'nlon Pacific wna forced
by rumors of nn intended extra dividend
on the stock. Southern Pacific and St.
Paul showed sympathy. Tennessee Coal
and Iron fluctuated violently on com?
paratively small dealings. This about
defines the limits of tho important move?
ments of the any.
Time loans were firmer In lone, and It
Is probable that consideration of the
money Outlook had a restraining effect
on tho market. Paris renewed its takings
of gold. In the London market, and the
sterling rate declined in Paris- The
possibility of. rurther export of gold from
New York Is thus kept open.
The favorable weather In the wheat
belt was matter for satisfaction to hold?
ers of rtllroad stocks. The condition In
the cotton market did not Indicate much
change In the opinion on that crop. The
digestion of profits was persistent, and
as a result, the day's important gains
are restricted to a few picked slocks.
I he closing tone was Irregular.
.onds. w?rp steady. Total sales, par
value, $1,859,000. ?
United States bonds were unchanged
on call. Total sales of mocks to-day
were ?!7,4*? shares.
-MONEY AND EXCHANGE-CLOSE:
Money on call stead v. 2 I-+5j 2 3-4 per
cent.; closing bid. 2; offered at 2 l~l. Tunc
loans firmed; sixty days.. 3?? 1-4; ninety
days, 3 1-4*53 1-2; six months. 3 3-4 por cent.
Prime mercantile paper, *t l-4fj4 1-4 per
cent. Sterling exchange steady, with act
unj business In bankers' bills at J2.S0.IOft;
4vn for demand, nnd at J4.SJ.2J-ij4.Xi.30 for
?!x'y ;ia>' bl,l*i; , Posted rates J4.80 and
J4.88. Commercial bills. J4.SJf*>4.87 l-S. Bar
silver, 58 6-8. Mexican dollars, 4fi 1-2.
RICHMOND STOCK MARKET.
Rlehmond, Vs., July ?, 1306.
STATE SECURITIES. ?-.,.-. ,..BId. Asked
North Carolina Is. C.. ,191o'...... lC lO'li
Norib Carolina 6?. C. 1819.., 1M
Va. 3s. New. c. and Ft.. 133?. %'i '&$
Va. Centurlot-, -.-.3, C. and It., 19SL. 9514 M'i
Atlanta aDd Char. 1st 7s, It., 1*07..,. 104
A. C. L. R. R. Con. Tr. 4 p. c.. 102
A. C. L. Cer. of Ind. 4 p. c. 93
Georgia and Pacific 1st 6s. C., 19;:. 122
Georgia, Ho. and Fla. 1st 5s, 1945..,. hi
Georgia and Ala. Con. 6s. 1945.no
Norfolk and Western Ry. 4s, 1996.... 102
N. and W. Ry. Pocahontas 4s. 95
Florida Southern, 1015. 07
Western N. C, 1st 6s. C, 1914....... 113 '
Seaboard Air Line Con. 1st Is, 1350.. S9V1
RAILROAD 8TOCKa P?r.
Atlanta and Charlotte...-.100 1SS
Atlantic Coast Line "A".,...100 163
Atlanilo Coast Line pfd.100 121
Atlantic Coojt Line com.100 163
Chesapeake and Ohio.100 54
Norfolk and Western com..100 Si
R., F. and P. Div. Obllg.10)278
R., F. and P- 7 p. c. guar.100 306
HA^fK AND TRUST CO. STOCKS.
Bank of Richmond.100 W
American National.ion ii
Broad Street Bank.......M gj ,
City .,.26 3214
First National.,...., 100225
Merchants National.100 400
National Bank of Virginia.100 ISO
l'etentburg Savings and Ins.20 70
Virginia Fire and Marine.25 42 .
Virginia State.5 25
Va.-Car. Chem. pfd. 8 p. c.100 107U 10SW
Vlrglnla.Ci.roIlna Chemical com..100 35 .
Va.-Cai. C. Co. Col. Tr. 0 p. c. 100 ...
BALTIMORE STOCK MARKET.
BALTIMORE. MD.. July 6._Scaboard Air
Lino common, 20 bid; do. preferred, 40.
NEY YORK. J-uy C.-Thn cotton market was
less actlro than yesterday, sales olng reported
of ahout 700,000 i,aie? against u full million on
the previous day, but business was well dlatil
nuteil, and thc markot showod a firm under-'
telle with prices nearly recovering tho loss
aivttalned.during the late trading of Wednes?
day. The opening waa Irregular at- a decline
of I points on near months, but generally tin
cl-angi-4 to 3 points higher. Cables were, about
as expected, but thc weather' In -Ul?-->8uuth
continued wet In mtne sections, thatihavslKcen
complaining of too much rain., and after a
few minutes of hesltallon thc market gdvanrcii
on buying by New Orleans and houses^nvlth
"?k.uthorn connections. . .-.
Liverpool also firmed up rapidly, whllo New
Orleans showed leading strength .on the In?
fluence of crop damage reports from the south?
west,' and In tho early afternoon prices hero
wero within 3 or 4 point* of yesterday's high
lrvcl, or nt a nel ndvonce of 25029 points for
the day, There wns some reaction later, as
Imps took profits, but wire and commission
houses were good buyers, forcing room shorts
to cover, and the market closed very steady
'at a net advance of 23fi'20 points. Private crop
news received during the day was of a bullish
average, and the official dispatch from the
chief of the Bureau of Statistics, claiming that
th" Job' condition report,was made up in ex?
actly the same manner as that of last month,
had a tendency to Increase bullish sentiment.
Cotton futures opened Irregular and closed
Spot cotton closed quiet; middling upandla,
11.10; middling gulf, 11.35; sales, 8,500 bales.
Cotton, quiet; middling, 11.10; not receipts,
THOMAS BRANCH & CO.
New Yofk Stock Exchange,
New York Cotton Exchange.
Offer Subject to Previous Salo or
TTfTV OP RICHMOND (VA.)
4 PER CENT. RONPS, DUB 1038.
Price Udou Application.
| OFFICIAL RANGE AND SALE OF STOCKS IN NEW YORK. ]
By Thomas Branch & Co., Bankers and Brokers.
Open, High. ' Low.
200 A. C. L? com.
168)0 Amalgamated Copper .....
14O0 Amer. Car nnd Faun.
100 Amor. Car und FOUti., pfd.
410 American Cotton Oil.
--00 American Tobacco, pfd....
5O0 American Can .
.700 American Can, pfd..?.
2000 Amor. Locomotive, com.L
ZOO Amer. Locnmllve, pfd,.,,..
6300 American Sugar ....'.
10300 A., T. and 8. Fo, com.
900 A., T, and 8. Fe, pfd.
15200 Baltimore and Ohio.
34100 Brooklyn Rapid Transit,..
Canada Southern .-....
11800 Canadian Pacific .
MOO Chesapeake nnd Ohio.
11100 Chicago Groat Western....
28500 Chi., Mil. nnd St. Paul....
I4i!00 Colorado Fuel and Iron....
600 Colorado South.,, com.
400 Colorado South., 1st pfd...
1100 Colorado South., 2d pfd...
900 Clew, Cln., Chi. and St. L.
Chnttn. Hnd St. Louis.
100 Consolidated Oos .
500 Delaware and Hudson.
Del., 1,-ick. and Western...
7800 Erie, com.
4300 Eric, 1st pfd.
3600 Erie.' 2d pfd.
20O General Electric .
6300 Illinois Central .
3800 Loulsvlllo nad Nashville...
400 Manhattan .
9000 Metro. Street Railway.
1400 Mexican Central .
800 Mo., Kan. and Tex., com..
600 Mo., Kan. nnd Tex., pfd..
84% '88 ,
. 113% 113%
' 82% 82%
4400 Missouri Pacific . 100 100%
1000 National Lend . 47% 47% 47
128O0 New York Central.147% 148% 117
3800 Norfolk nnd Western. 63 63% 52%
1600 Northern Pacific \.188 190 US
41100 Pennsylvania Railroad;...; 142 142% 141%
6000 Peoplo'?,Oan (Chicago).... 100%; 106% 106
000 Pressed Steel Car...'. 40 ' 40 .39%
300 Pressed.Steel Car, pfd...... 80% 80% 80(4
1100 Republic I. nnd S.. com.... 19% 20% 19%
2000 Republic I. and 8., pfd.... W 81 K>
179300 Reading, com. MS 107% 101%
3300 Heading', 1st pfd. 92% 93%- 91%
100 Reading, 2d pfd. 92% 92$ 92%
10S00 Rock Island, com. 31% 3I%* 31%
700 Rock Island, pfd. 70% 76% 70
700 Sloss . 84 84% 83%
2900 St. L. und 8. F., 2d pfd... 68% 68% 67%
300 St. L. nnd South., pfd. 62 62% 02
12900 Southern Paelflo ..'.. 64% .,66% 64%
1300 8o,uthi?ro Railway, com.... 32% 83 32%
3C0 Southern Railway, pfd. 68 98 93
K. A. L., com. ... ,.,
S. A. L.l 1st pfd.
B. A. L? 2d pfd.
12400 Tennesson Coal And Iron.. 60% 91% 90
Texas Pacific .
114100 Union Pacific . 129% 130% 125%
, .U. 8. Leather Ctfs. 13% 13% 13%
40200 United States Steel. 32% 33% 32%,
33000 United States 8teel. pfd... 100% 100% 99%
2500 Va_-Car. Chem., com. 37 85 35%
300Va.-Car. Chem. .pfd.107% 107% 107%
200Wabash.com. 19% 19% 19%
100 Wabash, pfd. 40% 40% 401i
200 Western Union . 93% 93% 93*4
200 Wisconsin Central . 2i% 24% 24%
100 Wisconsin Central, pfd- 52 52 52
Total sales, 812,500 shares.
93%, 99% 100
MB. 106% ?
IT. P. refunding 2s, registered. I03T4
If. fi. refunding- 2s, coupon.10SH
V. B. 8s. registered... IOS'4
U. S. 3?. coupon. 104
U. 8. New 4s, registered.....132
U. 8. New 4s, coupon........'. 1324
U. 8. Old 4s, registered. 104
U. 8. Old 4?. coupon. 104
American Tobacco 4s. certificates.. 7HV5
American Tobacco <!s, certincates.114*i
Atchison general 4*.....;.?.. 103%
Atchison adjustment 4s (offered). 97
Atlantic Coast Line 4?.102
Baltimore and Ohio 4s.105%
Baltimore and Ohio 3^48. 86
Central of Georgia 5s.113*i
Central of Georgia 1st Inc. (offered). ?6'/4
Central of Oeorglo. 2d Inc..... f>4
Chesapeake and Ohio 4V4s. 108
Chicago and Alton 3',5s. 50
Chicago, B. and Qulncy new 4s.101H
Chicago, n. J, and Paclflc H. R. 4s. 82*4
Chicago. R. I. and Pac. R. R. col. 5s. 81H
CLOSING BOND QUOTATIONS.
C, <X, C. and St. Louis gen. 4s..
Chicago Terminal. 4s.
Colorado Midland 4s.-.
Colorado and Southern 4s.
Cuba 5s, certificates.'..
Denver .and Rio Grande 4s.
Distillers' Securities f*.
Erin prior lien 4s.
Erie General 4s.,. 93'4
Fort Worth and Denver City 1st (offered).. 11214
Hocklnjr Valley 4W*. 110
Japan 6s, certincates. 1(10*4
Louisville and Kaeh. Unified 4s. 103<4
Manhattan con. gold 4s.104%
Mexican Central 4s. 77Vi
Mexican Central 1st Inc....*.. 211,4
Minn, and St. Louis 4s. 9SV4j
Missouri, Kansas and Texas 4s. 101V4
Missouri, Kansas and Texas 2d*. S674
National R, R. of Mexico con. 4s. 82%
New York Central gen. 314s. 99(4
New Jersey Central gen. 6s. 113?4
Northern Paelflo is. I05*i
Northern Pacific 3s. 77
Norfolk! nnd Western con. 4s. 103
Oregon Short Line refunding 4s. 9?%
Pennsylvania, ennv, 3',4s. 10414
Reading General' 4s. 10174
St. Louis and Iron Mountain con. fis. UJ
St. I.oul? and San Francisco f(*. 4s. S5H
St. Louts Southwestern con. 4s., Rl%
Seaboard Air Line 4s:. 89\4
Southern Pacific 4s. 9,13"
Southern Railway 5s. lis%
Texas and Pacific lsts. 121*4
Toledo, St. L. and Western 4s. K14
Union Pacific 4s............L.:..?...vl; 106%
Union Paelflo conr. 4s. 130
United States Steel 2dGs. 04%
Wabash lsts. 117%
Wabash Deb. Bs. 7214
Western Md. 4s. 89 1
YVheelln-r and Lake Erie 4s. 94H
Wisconsin Central 4s (offered). 94%
M. and O. Collateral Trust 4s.'..;... 9SV4
Central of Georgia 3d Inc.:. 7314
SO bales; gross, 6,104 bales; sales. 8,600 bales;
stcck, 127.10C bales.
Total jo-day at all ports?Net receipts, 9,708
haW: export to Great Britain. 13.66S bales; to
France, B61 hales; to the Continent, 871 bales;
slock, 357,652 bales.
Consolidated at alUports?Net receipts, 47.710
bales; export to Great Britain. 23.027 bales; to
France. 1.261 bales: to the Continent, 13,217
bales; to Japan, 2.4G2 bales.
Total since September 1st at all ports?Net
receipts. 9.663.698 bales; export to Great Britain,
3.0X.SM bates; to France. SO3.440 bales; to the
Contlnept, H,0S6,S4O bales: W Japan, -"03.038
bales: to Mexico. 29,232 bales.
NEW ORLEANS, LA., July' tt.~COTTON-i,
fipet cotton active and firm; sales, 4,360 baler,
Including 1,600 to arrive. Quotations ttc
Futur?B opened steady with prices 386 points
abovo last evening's finals. Tho undertone was
decidedly firm, Influenced by excessive rains la
a large section of the belt, and unexpected
Improverncht' lit LKerpOol. The market was
fairly active throughout the session, profes-"'
slonals being the leading sellers apparently,
while the outside public was doing most of
In the trsdlng July opened at 10.65 asked,
sold up to 10.83 and finally declined to 10.82.
October opened st 10.53. advanced to 10.S0 and
finally declined to 10.73. Thc market closed
firm within a point or two of the top, the list
showing net tfalns of 29-332 points.
Cotton futures firm. July. 10.8:8-10.84; August,
I0.Slfia0.83; September. 10.81?10.S3; October,
10.7sai0.79; November. firstname.lastname@example.org; December,
10.83fll0.84: .January. 10.S-V910.92; February,
10.96G10.97; Ma.r<*h, 10.M3ll.00;
RICHMOND PRODUCE MARKET.
(Corrected dally. Unless otnsrw'ae stated there
quotations are wholesale prices.)
LIVE POULTRY?Spring chickens, large, pet
pound, 20922c; small, per pound, 17913c; hens,
per pound, 12313c; ducks, per pound, 18814c;
geese, per head, 60^76c.; guineas, per head,
BUTTER?Choice dairy packed, ,per pound,
12314c; choice family packed; per pound, 140
Uc; store .packed, yellow, f extra.-, per pound,
12914c; store packed, fresh, 'mixed, per pound,
12813c: common grades, per pound. 10312c
? EGOS?In crates, fresh, nearby, dozen, l?c;
In crates, fresh, per dozen, 15c; In btrrels,
fresh, per dozen, 15c.
MISCELLANEOUS?Dried peaehes, N. C,
fancy, per pound, 18914c; peaches, Virginia,
fancy ,'per pound, 124}13c; peaches, unpeeied,
per pound. 435?-; apples, fancy, sliced, per
pound. 4@414c.; apples, evaporated, per pound,
435c Peas? Blackeye, No. 1 per bushel, 81.250
11.40; blackeye, No. 2, per bushel, 41.40; black,
per bushel, (1.40; clay, per bushel, 41.1081.20.
Beans?Handplcked, per bushel. (L8531.40;
white, mixed, per bushel, Jl.10jjl.25; colored,
per bushel. (1.1631.26.
LIVE STOCK?Veals, choice, per pound, 60
614c; veals, thin, per pdund, 41436c; runners,
per pound, 43&c.; hogs, choice, pur pound, 4*40
5c; lambs, choice, per pound, sgsvjc.; sheep,
choice, per pound, 394%c; beef cattle, com?
mon to prime, 2V4@>414c.; bulls, per pound, 2*40
3c Irish potatoes, fancy, per barrel. II.60;
choice, per barrel, SI.26; medium, per barrel,
41.00. Country hams, 12314c
FLOUR?Winter superior, 13.5033.76; wlntel
extra, 18.7604.25; winter clears, 1636.26; win?
ter straight, 85.2336.60; winter patent, 86.760
(.00. Buckwheat, per pound, 2>40tc. CornmeaT,
city sacked, 70O72'4c.; country bolted, sacked,
62!4t??'c Mlllfeed?Shipstuff, per ton, l21.Si.-0
32.00; bran, (19.50321.00.
OTHER PRODUCE MARKETS.
NEW YORK, July 6.?FLOUR?Quiet and
barely steady. Rye Flour?Quiet. Cornmcal?
Wheat?Barely steady; No. 2 red, (1.07. Op?
tions closed heavy at "iQ'l^e. net decline. July
closed at 94Hc; September, 90J4c.; December,
Corn?Steady; No. 2, 62',4c elevator. Optlens
closed at ",4(3%c ent advance. July closed at
OiVic.; Septembor, 81?c Oats?Easy; mixed,
Beef?Steady, Cut Meats?Steady; plckle'd
'hams, lOH310'4c per pound. Lard?Easy;
western steamed, (7,36; refined, barely steady;
continent, (7.40. pork?Steady. Tallow?
Steady. Rosin?Quiet; strained, (3.60. Turpen?
tine?Firm st 60<(i?0Vtc;
Coffee?Spot Rla, quiet; No, 7 Invoice, 7T4s.;
mild, steady; Cordova, 10913c Futures steady,
net unchanged to 5 points lower. Sugar
Raw, dull; fair refining. 3 9*16?3*ic; centri?
fugal, 98 test, 4 3-16c.: molasses sugar, 3 6163
3*ic: refined, steady. Rice?Steady, Mo?
Butter?Steady and unchanged. Cheese
quiet nnd unohanged. Eggs?Firm: nearby,
selectod white, 22c; southerns, 12?16c.
Potatoes?Quiet; southern rose. 90cflJI.3>;
southern, 40945c.; Jersey sweets, (192.26. Pea?
nuts?Quiet: fancy handplcked, SVic.'j other do?
mestic, 3tfl36'4c. Cabbages?steady; siuithern,
per barrol, 50976c. Cotton?By stooim to. Liv?
CHICAGO, ILL., July 6?Excellent weather
throughout the wheat sections of the United
States led to a fresh slump In prices hero to?
day. At tho close wheat for September deliv?
ery was %i. down. Corn Is practically un?
changed; oats are 14c off; provisions snow s
loss of a shade to 714e.
The leading futures ranged as follows!
Opr/n. High. Low, Close,
July . ?0Vi 90% mi SDK
Bent. 87% 87% S6U 16%
Dec.. Wli S7% mi 8614
July (old). 66 66% 5614 M14
July (new).v. 55% 66*; f,5*i 66U
fiopt. (oldI. 65H 66 66*4 lift
Sept. (new). 651.* 65Va 65 66)4
July . 327 32H 32V4 32V
Sept. 31% 81% 31 81V,
Dec. 31% 32 3114 31*
?JESS POKK-Per bbl.
July .124 12.55 12.60 12.50
Sept.12.S5 12.83 12.7714 12.80
UliD-I'ir 100 lbs.
July . 7.15 7.15 7.05 7.05
?Sept. . 7.85 7.35 7.25 7.26
Oct.7,37% 7.3714 7,33 7.85
HJfOKT KIBB-Ptr 100 lbs.
July ,,-i.7.B0 7.6214 7.6714 7.6714
Sept.7.S5 7.86 7.7714 7.80
Oct.7.83 7.85 7.80 7.8214
Cash quotations wero as follows. Flour
Steady. No, 2 siirtn* wheat, (1.1031.15: No.
3. (1.OJ91.10; No. ?? rod, 91144198140, No. 2 corn,
87c; No. S yellow, 67',4o. No. 2 onts, 3244c;
No. ! whltti, 331i<sj84'/ie.; No. 3 white, siviHj)
M'fic. No, 2 rye, not qnoted. Good feeding
barley, 42944c; fab- to choice malting, 47S40u.
No. l flaxseed, (IS; No. l northwestern, (1.43;
prims timothy seed, (3.8598SO. Mess pork,
per barrel, (12.269lf-.i>0; lswl, per 100 pounds,
(7.05; short, ribs Bldos (loosol, $7.55197.65; short
clear sides (bnxed), S7.75-a 7.72%. Whiskey, basis
of hlsh wines, (1.27. Clover, contract grade,
JX2.25BUi.00, Eggs?Steady at mark, cages In
eluded. 18c, Cheese?Easy at 9*i910'4c. But?
ter?Steady; creamery, 168*200.; dairy, 15918c.
BALTIMORE, MD.. July 6?FLOUR?Qulet
and unchanged. Wheat?Unsettled: spot, con?
tract, S0V4c.; southern by sample, new. 709
R914c. Corn?Firmer; spot, SlV>c; southern
white,. 68961 Vic. Oats?Firm; No. 2 white,
KV4c. bid. Rye?Firmer; No. 2 western, 849
(6c Butter?Steady and unchanged; fancy Imi?
tation, 17918c: fancy creamery, ?lQ2t!4c.
Eggs?Steady and unchanged at l?Hc Cheese?
Firm and unchanged. Sugar?Steady and un?
RICHMOND GRAIN MARKET.
Richmond. Va.. July 6, 1905,
Lougberry (car lots).( 93 91 95
Mixed fear lots). 93 01 05
' Shortberry (car lots). 03 9 95
No. 2 red (car lots). 94 @ 95
Va. bag lots., 70 9 83
"White, Va. bag lots. 60 3 82
No. 2 white (car lots). 61149 83
No. 3 white (car lots). 6OI4? 61
No. 2 mixed (car lots)....,. 60149 6t
No. 3 mixed (car lots). 60 0 (0*4
No. 2 mixed (car lots). 351119 35>4
No. 3 mixed (car lots)...;. 83
No. 2 white (car lots). 37Vj
No. 3 white (car lots). 37 , .
RYE?Bag lots (new).'. 65 @ 70
"/ RICHMOND LIVE STOCK MARKET.
(Sales at Union Stock Yards.)
Richmond, Vs., July 8, 1906.
Tho live stock market for the week ending
July 3d was as follows:
Fair run of cattle, sheep and lambs, .and
light run of hogs.
Pest steers, S^Wc.; medium to good, 4149
4?ic; common to fair, 3V404c: heifers, 3!49
4>4c.; extra, 4c: cows, 234c.; bulls, 2V433c
Sheep, 894c; Iambs, best, 697c; common to
feJr. 43614c; calves, 69?c; cows and calves,
(B93S.O0 per head. Hogs. 6(g?lic.
CHICAGO, ELL., July 6_CATTLE?Re?
ceipts, 8,000 head. Market steady to weak.
Good to prime steers. (5.6096.25; poor to me?
dium, (3.8096.30; stockers and feeders, (2.509
4 25; cows, (2.90S4.60; heifers*. (2.4096.10; can
ners, (1.6092.90; bulls, (294.10; calves. (396.40.
Hogs?Receipts. 20,000 head. Market 5c higher.
Mixed and butchers, Jo.40Jj-6.C2H: good to
choice, heavy. (5.6635.S5: rough, heavy, (5.209
6.40; llg-ht, (5.4536.60; bulk of sales, 85.509
6.60. Sheep?Receipts. 12,000 hesc Sheep
steady to strong; Iambs, 26?30c lower. Good
to choice wethers, (4.7596.50; fair to choice,
mixed, (3.6095.00; native, lambs, Including
spring lambs, H.5098.00.
NEW YORK. July 6.?BEEVES?Receipts.
i\l head. Nothing doing; feeling steady.
Calves?Receipts, 237 head. F*ull steady. Vea|s,,
(597.76: buttermilks. (4.50. .Dressed calves firm
to halt a cent higher; city dressed veals, SV49
HVic. per pound; country dressed, 6I4910I4C
per pound. Sheep and Lambs?Receipts, 4,462
head. Market active and firm. Sheep, (3.503
6.25; choice, (5.36; culls. 86.S7V4. Hogs?Re?
ceipts, 1,316 head. Nn sales reported. Nominal
quotations for State hogs, (69-6.16; mixed, west?
UNION STOCK YARDS. PITTSBURG. PA.,
July 6.?CATTLE?Supply light; market 6teady.
Choice, (5.7036.85; fair, (5.4096.65. Hogs?Re?
ceipts light; market active. Prime heavy.
(5.85; medium heavy and light yorkers and
pigs, (696.05; roughs, (4186.OO. Sheep?Receipts,
light; market firm. Choice wethers. (5.6096.75:
common, (39-4.00; spring lambs, 859S.25; veal
CINCINNATI, O.. July 6.?HOGS?Steady.
Butchers, (5.62V4((|6;?5; conimon, (4.609-5.45. Cat?
tle^?Extremely dulL Fair to good shippers,
(4.2594.SB; common. (292.76. Sheep?Steady at
(2.7694.35. Lambs?Steady at (5.509S.50.
Richmond. Vn., July 6, lOflS.
Tobacco?Darked Fired?Receipts nnd ofter
LYNCHBURG AND RETURN, $2.00.
ROANOKE AND RETURN, $3.00,
VIA NORFOLK & WESTERN RAILWAY.
GOING JULY 15TH, RETURNING JULY
Special excursion will leave Richmond
12:10 noon, Saturday, July 16th, via Nor?
folk and Western Railway. RetOrntner,
leaves Roanoke July 18th. $2.00 round
trip to Lynchburg-, $3.00 round trip to
Bedford, Montvale, Blue Ridge and Roa?
noke. This train, will be run on a fast
schedule and will stop only at above
named stations. A delightful thrso-day
trip to tho -nountains. Full particulars
at company's office; 838 Tast Main Street,
JNO. E. WAGNER, C. H. BOSLEY,
City Puss. Agent, Dlst. Pass Agent.
INAUGURATION OF THROUGH PULL
MAN SERVICE TO BIRMINGHAM,
ALA,, VIA SEABOARD AIR LINE.
Commencing Sunday, July 2d, tho Sea?
board will operate a through Pullman
sleeper from Rlohmond to Birmingham,
leaving Richmond 10:00 P. M. dally. Im?
mediate connection Is made nt Birming?
ham for Memphis, Kansas City, Little
Rook, Meridian, VIeksburg, Shroveport,
New Orleans and all important 8116th
wostern points; only one chango of cars
to any of tho above cities, For sched?
ules, Pullman reservations nnd all Ihfor*
mation, apply to nearest Soaboard agent
II. S. LEARD, W. M. TAYLOR,
Dlst. Pass. Agent. City Ticket Agont.
MONDAY MORNING SPECIAL FROM
WAYNESBORO, VIA 0. <t O. RY.
For tho iioconunodatioti of natrons hav?
ing thplr families on tho lino of ll)o C.
& C, the Chesapeake mid Ohio will have
spoolaj train tp leave Waynesboro nt 0:00
A. M.( commencing Monday, July lOHu
nnd continuing each-Monday thereafter
t'.ntU August 38th, Inclusive, stopping nt
nil Intermediate stations, arriving Rloh?
mond 8:45 A. M. Tickets sold for all
trains of Saturdays, good until Monday
following, at rate of one fi'o for the
round trip, plug twonty-flve cents,
Ings light and market very oulet; very little
doing. Brlghts?Market continues quiet, but
firm with fair receipts. Sun-Cured?Offerings
have been quiet heavy, but wi look for lighter
receipts and offerings. from now on. Market
continues.very quiet at quotations.
The .Tobacco Exdhange will close Saturday,
July 1st. and will reopen July llth. During
this time there will be no auction sales on
Note?We advise shippers to avoid too high
order, a? much of the tobacco coming In Is
damaged, and when such' is the case It sells
far below market price.
The quotations are as follows:
DARK FIRED TOBACCO-REORDERED.
Lugs .;...;..,......( 6.60 3(6.5"
JShort leaf.:. 6.(0 & 8.GO
Medium leaf.,. 7.00 @ 9.04
Long leaf. 10.00 9 13.00
Wrappers and selection...'.'. 10.00 ? 15 C?
SMOKERS?Common ...!,...?. 7.00 3 9.00
Medium......>;. 9.60 3 n.jo
Fine . 12.00 9 13.00
CUTTERS?Common ....-. 11.00 0 12.50
Msdlum ..??'... 18.00 ? 16.04
Sine. l?.0t 4*30.04
Fanoy. 20.00 #83.(4
FILLETRS?Common. 7.00 0 1.04
Medium ..'. 9.06 (J 10,M
Oeocl. 10IO (J U.M
Fin*..'.:.'...'.?;?.. 11.00 4*14.04
WRAPPERS?Common . 11.00 8 18.04)
Medium . 11.00 O 3S.4M
Good. 27.00 9 88.04
Fine .;;...'....7.-...'...... S5.00 4*40.04
Fancy. . 40.00 0 48.00
Prlmlrlgs ...'.:.......".....;.?..*;. 2.60 9 4.00
Lugs, common to good...:;... .6.00 fffi 6.00
Lugs, common to prime.'. 6.00 0 7.00
?hort leaf. 7.00 <& cot
Long lear. 9.00 012.00
Wrappers ........,...*....w. 15.00 9 30.00
I-iyi-cM-urg irotipcco Market.
LynehburgrVa., July 6, 1305.
TJie sales of loose tobacco on th9 Lynchburg
rrlarket for the two weeks ending June 30th. as
reported by John L. Oglesby, of Lynch'a Ware?
house, Is as follows:
Sold week ending June 23th, 56.900 pounds;
sold week ending June 80th. 61,500 pounds; in?
crease for the week ending June 30th, 6,600
Sold from September t?1904, to June 30, 1905,
15,196,800 pounds; sold from September 1, 1903,
to June .30, 1904, 20,825,100 pounds; decrease for
1905, 5,629,309 pounds. . .
Sold during June, 1905, 264,800 pounds; sold
during June, 1904, 1.672,100 pounds.
The condition of the growing tobacco Is fair?
ly good. The weather has been favorable for
the planters to properly cultivate their crop,
smI there has been molsturo enough to keep It
Id a good growing state.
The quotations are as follows:
Dark lugs, gsod. 178 O 1.04
Dark leaf, common........./ 8.04 o 4.54
Dark leaf, medium.,. 8.(0 ? 1.64
Dark leaf, icod. (.50 0 1L04
Dark leaf, fine. -Loo # li.M
Dark wrappers. .18.04 0 28 N
Petersburg Tobacco Market.
(Reported ty Croddock-Jones, Virginia Wars
Petersburg, Va., July 6, 1906.
Receipts continue light with an active market
on all grades.
The quotations are as follows:
Common lugs.'.....(4.00 fiW 5.50
Good lugs..,. 6.00 9 7.00
Short leaf. 7,00 S) (.00
Common shipping leaf. s.oo -J 10.00
Fine shipping leaf.,...;.'ll.OO ? 14.00
Short wrappers. 10.00 @ 15.00
Fine wrappers.....?.15.00 9 --s.oo
(Reported by Rogers. McCabe-and Co.)
PETERSBURG. VA., July 6.-PEANUTS
Spanlsh?Market firm at, (l.lf per bnushel. Vir?
ginia?Market quiet at 4c. for fancy stock; ma?
chine picked, 214(83!?c; shelling stock at
DRY GOODS MARKETS.
NEW. YORK, July G.?Tho dry goods situa?
tion Is little cless complex than yeet'erday.
Manufacturers are reluctant to quote prices.
WILMINGTON, N. C? July 6.?SPIRITS
TURPENTINE?Quiet at 57c; receipts, 65
casks. Rosin?steady nnd unchanged; receipts,
281 barrels. Tar? Firm at 82.00 bid; receipts.
20 barrels. Crude Turpentine?Firm at (>.60<if
4 16 and (4.65; receipts. 74 barels.
SAVANNAH, GA., July 6,? TURPENT1NE
Firm at BftftGSUc.; sales, 1,831 casks; receipts,
8,813 casks; shipments, 4.920' casks. Rosin?
Firm:'sales.'3.694 barrels: receipts, 64,827 bar?
rels; shipments, 4,455 barrels. ? . *
CHARLESTON. B., C? July 8?TURPEN?
TINE AN DROSrN?Nothing doing.
PORT OF RICHMOND, J*JLT 8, 1906.
Steamer Old Point Comfort, Graves, Norfolk
and James Rivet- landings, merchandise and
passengers, Virginia Navigation Co.
pteamer Berkeley, Shelly Norfol-j, ni-rohsn
diss and passvngers, Old Dominion line.
Barge Albemarle, Wqlf, Baltimore, coal,
fi. If. Haw?? and Co.
' Steamer Berkeley, Shelly. Norfolk, m-rchan*
dise and pausngern, Old Dominion StMunshlp
PORT OF WEST POINT, JULY 6, 1905.
Charlotte, Murphy Hultlmoro, pasaenrers and
Him City, Haynes, Mattaponl River landings,
passengers and general cargo.
Charlotte, Murphy Baltimore, passongors and
Elm City. Haynes, Matta'x-nt River landings.
passengers and general ourgo.
PORT NEWPORT NEWS, JULY 6, 1905.
Helen 11. Benedict, Norfolc. 1
Schooner Cox and Green, Norfolk,
Barge Health-, Boston.
Steamer Bulyssc*, IJoviry.
Staamor Powhatan, Loudon.
Bchoonoi- Robert H. Htevenaoti, Chelsea.
Schooner Allison *5, Dullard, Boston.
Richmond: Mary T. Williams to Isaac
Cohon. 40 feet on went lino of Lombnidy
Street, 201 feet north of Park Avenue, 15,
John C, 13ny to Laura,- E. Day, \.% in.
Icrest In 19 feet on east line of Twenty
<nfife? ?^ CITY OF LYNCHBURG, VA., 4 PER
conn nnn cent- *?m> ^ &* & -^
$ZIJU,UI)IJ A,ND INTEREST, at which price they
' Jfleld about 3.85 per cent, on the
jj E.T>. SHEPARD & CO., Bankers,
31 Nassau Street, New York
NOTICE OF REMOVAL.
We arc now located In our new and commodious quartors, fully
equipped to serve our many valued patrons and thc public generally
PROVIDENT SAVINGS BANK,
Corner Ninth and Main Streets
(Mutual Assurance Society Building).
S. GALESKI, President. W. GRAY WATTSOX, Cashier.
THE FIRST PREFERRED
FREE OF ALL TAX
Of the Jefferson Realty
Corporation/ at Par.
This Stock 1b a first-class in?
vestment, Issued in lieu of bonds.
Subscriptions $100.00 and up?
wards received by
BANK OF COMMERCE
MAIN AND TENTH ST8.
6 to 8 PerCent
Southern Cotton Mill Stocks
pay above rates. Wo offer some gilt
edged seven per cent; Preferred Stocks,
County and Municipal Bonds, to net
five nnd six per cent; Write for our
offerings. Would like to have offers
Banker and Broker, Charlotte, N, C,
and New York.
seventh Street, 129 1-2 feot south of O
Hill Montague and -wife to Charles T.
Norman, 28 feet on north line of Gracd
Street, 252 feet west of Allen Avenue,
James H. Eubank to Virginia C. Eu
bank, 18 1-2 feet on east line of Twenty
third Street, 129 1-12 north of Marshall
Wyndham Boiling's trustees to M. L.
Hofhelmei*. 65 8 2-3 10-12 feet on south
line of Franklin 8treet, 2IJ.5 1-3 10-1"? feet
from southwest corner of Allison Street,
Henrico: Wallace C. Saunders and wife
to W. G. Saunders, 6.56 ncres on Broad
Street Road, near Staples (Mill Road,
Jo Lane Stern, special commissioner, to
Charles Sawyer, 5o 1-2 feet on south line
of Taylor Street, southwest corner of Elm
T. W. Rogers's trustee to Samuel P.
Cowardln, 25 feet on west line of Thirty
fifth Street, 60 feet . south of P Street,
William C. Bcntley, special commis?
sioner to Protestant Episcopal Church
Home, 100 feet on south sl<le ? of Grove
Avenue, southeast corner of Vine Street,
Edward Ralney and wife to Henry Holz
frefe. 5 feet oir north line' of Mooro
trect, 145 feet west of DInnecn Street,
?15. .. ~_
A. E.. Dickinson and wife to John R.
Kersey. 90 feet on west'line of the Na?
tional Road, between Brown and Lewis
F. M. Boxley to Mary E. Hill, '34 3-4
feot on east line of Mulberry Streot, 145
feet .south of Main StreeJ, $650.
Thomas F. Boylo and wife to J. William
McCabe, 24 11-12 feet on wost.llne of Thir?
ty-sixth Street. 114 2-3 foot south of Mar?
shall Street, $1,400.
Schooners in Collision.
(By Associated Press.) .
PORTLAND. ME., July 6.?The throo
mastetj schooner Melissa- A. Wllloy, of
Thomaston, Mo,, from Clark's Island, for
Norfolk, was towed Into tho harbor this
afternoon In a damaged condtllon.' Her
jib boom nnd hcndgoiir hud boon cnrrlod
away . by collision with tho schooner
W, D. Hilton, from Bangor. Tho Hilton
sustained damage to hor port side nnd is
leaking. ? ? , ? . ?
FAMOUS OLD LANDMARK
DESTROYED BY BOYS
Brook Farmhouse, Where Famous
Community Had Its Begin?
ning, is Gone.
(Special to The TImes-Dlspatch.)
BOSTON, July 6.?Boys celebrating the
Fourth sot flro to tho famous old Brook
Farm house, In West Roxbury, Tuesday
night, nnd destroyed . the old building,
which .In the day a, of Ilia Brook Farm
community sheltered many famous, men,
but has been unb'ccupieid for some tlnio,
and was gradually falling Into decay.
A socialistic community was establish?
ed In 1841 by'tho Brook Farm Assoo'n
tlon of Education nnd Agriculture and
lastod .until 1W Tho loading- spirit in
the movement was George Ripley, and
there wero associated with him Nathaniel
Hawthorne, George William Curtis, Mar
garot Fuller, Charles A. Dunn, Ili'Oiison
Alcott und others interested |n tho work
of substituting "a system of brothorly
cn-operntlon for-one of selfish competi?
tion." All tho members of the commun?
ity united In manual lis well us lutul
loctiial hibor, all sharrd tho snmo food
nt tho saino tabid, und all owned a llko
shmv of tho property. But tho schema
soon proved Impruetteublo ami some of
tho lending, spirits lost Interest nnd wont
elsowhero, rtiul In 1846 a flra destroyed oi)o
of thc mast liiiportnnt and oostlv build?
ings. Tho following year Oio associa?
tion wns dissolved. Hawthorne utilized
his CBrook Farm experiences in "Tho
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State Bank of Virginia
Mil E, Main Sl?Richmond, Va,
Night Line For Norfolk.
Leave Richmond every evening (foot Ash
Street) at 7 P. M., stopping at Newport News
en route'. Fare $2.60 one way, $4.50 .round trip,,
It eluding stateroom berth; meala, DOo. each.
Street Caps to Steamer's Wharf.
Via Night Line Steamers (except Saturday)
making connection in Norfolk with Main Line
Ship following day at 7 P. M? also Norfolk
and Western By. at 0 A. M.. and 3 P. M. anii
Chesapeako and Ohio Ry. at 9 A. m. and 4 P,
M., making connection dally- (except Sunday)
at Norfolk with Main Line Ships sailing at 7
T. Q. nO.<AVBLL, City Tlckot Agent, 808 B.
Main Street: J. J. MAYER. Agerjc, Steamer's
Wharf; H. B. WALKER, V; P. and T. M.,
New York. N. Y.
IRQINIA NAVAQITION CO.
JAMES HIVERDAV UM
STEAMER OLD POINT COVI
FORT loaves MONDAY. WED.
NESDAY AND, FRIDAY at 1
A. M. for Norfolk, Portsmouth
, 014^:Point,. New-port Now"*.
..Clarornotlt and James 'River
landings, and connecting at" Old ' Point for
Washington, Baltimore and tho North. State
rooms reserved for tho nlglit at moderate
prices. Blectrto cars direct to tho wharf. Kara
only U-M and $1 to Norfolk.
Freight received for. above-named places and
all points In Eastern Virginia and North Caro?
lina; rnviN weihio.br, aen'i, mSi-.
E. A. BARBER. Jr.. Secretary.
BAY UNB TO BALTIMORE"
via O. and O. Rwy. und Old point
TJ. S. MAIL ROUTE.
Leave Richmond via Q. and o
dally, except Sunday, at 4 P. m '
connecting ut Old Point witjj
m eteamers of Old Bay Line, leuv
W Ing 7ili P. M., arriving Balti.
more 6:90 A. M., connecting North, East and
West. Fv>r tickets and Information apply to
O. and O. Rwy\, itlchinond Transfer Company
or No. 830 Kant Main Street.
MERCHANTS AND MINERS
Boston, Mass., & Providence, R. I.
Steamers leave Norfolk for Boston Tuesday
Wednesday, Friday and Sunday. For Prow,
dence Monday, Thursday and Saturday at 0
P. M. Passengers and freight taken (or all
New England poltitB. Tickets on *ulu at C. ojul
O. Rwy. and N. and W. Rwy. Ulricas, and No.
119 East. Main.
RICHMOND AND NORFOLK LINE.
Frtxlght received and delivered dally at C
and O. Rwy. Cu.'s Depot, Seventeenth and
Broad Streets. H. K. WOODFIN, Soncltlug
Agent, Va. Nav, Co.'s Wharf. Rocketu.
All Trains Leaving Southern Rail,
way Depot, Fourteenth Street,
TWILIGHT LIMITED, DAILY EX
Leave Richmond !i:*u p. M. Roturnlng
leavo Beach J'urk 10 I'. M.
Leu v.* Richmond 10:30 A. M. and i p.
M. Leavo Roach Park 8 P. M, and 10
1.M'""?"? ? ?? ??r*..f.j*t1>i*.t.rrfrnrJ|-r.Vf-1rnf| t, ||Jt>l t
lo the West
tHounand 26 Mlnutts to NorfolK
. ?.,.,. -'uno 4-llm.
1 *?S AM ?\JMCH,MOND-BAflTBOUND.
"J wJ^.^ftar^1 l? f "W? N.?> and
?? LrfV^-ll^i?'1-^" William..
M nil ? ! M' Newport Now* 10 do A.
M., Old Point 11:00 A. M., Norfolk H-Si
<-oo p* m- i^r,""n^"n?-?<* a. m. " !I4
bun-'75?' lI*r?f!clJ,,7Arrtv?*i Williams
M oi,i J'.*i''?!J"*?ort Now* *?*? I'.
p- iu7V*5I,rr.,-^f"'?: <& pomt.
7-90 A tfH^ -ffNE-WEaTUOUND.
rh?H7",I'/";ft,IrT4 Ronoovorte; dally .to*
Parte?\*7SSlK *?"- .w"k ^y" "wonif
f'haHot.?iJ,,uCon*'?.<LU nt u"*?n Station
<^J.i i.??vLlln': wlln Southern Locals
O NSrthl.a-'?0Slhi at a,t,u-"?n with B. and
2-no i* ?? 5,1 .15 BnncevcrK* for Dtirbln.
i,r^.~?hn,l*'"1r" ? 1'arl01, <-?*?? '" R"--o?*
Inrt ,?Lihr?u*n , Pp?*n*n" for Conclnuatl,
p. i ,,^?ol'H "P'1 C.Mm?? Without change
Louis! ?"-rvlco 'or Loulsvlllo and St.
6:15 andMo7an^k Da!"-Local <? Gordon,*-!!!,,
10:45 vM?tffePaAiy^L*?.'.t<>drwltn P-Ulman air*
vlc?'P.r Cincinnati, Louisville, St. Loul.
and Chlcngo. Ty--'
iflVen a ,. i.'va*BS RIVER LINK. ?
A ?f.-Dally-E x p r e s s-To Lynchburg,
Islington, \n., Now tiurtlo, Clltton Forgo
and principal stations; on week days no
fc.1- ? v.''y?an'1 K-mont. Parlor Car.
-rri i^^W.?f.l.1'",''"-I*oc**l'-To Gladstone.
vT^*N8 -A-BRIVE RICHMOND FROM
ANorfolk and old Point 10:0R A. M. dally,. 11:46
A. M. dully, anrl 7:00 P. M. dally, and from
Newport, News sm P. M. dally.
nnH *"l>':'in0inna,tl mi<J WoJ,t l!30 A- **'? <-"*"y
and 3:.w P M. dally; Main Llrto Local 7:45 P.
irnrZ?r,,Ki ff>m sts-'lons between Clifton
EllJ?iit!? CharMttesvllle; dally from Char*
iott.en-.llle; Orango Accom. 8:15< A. M. woek,
is.?i?JS,eM??1 ?*?*;. Tjlne Lo?*1 trom Clifton Forge
E Su <-n"-': Gladstone Accom. 840 A. M.,
U' ""? *i*Vfl-I--3R. W. O. WARTHBN,
985>-UPtt*"* Agt. Dlst. Pass. Agt,
., C E. DOYLE, GenM. Manager.
Juno 11. ISM,
LEAVE RICHMOND DAILY.
?"?*!?,,AV.Xtr-NORFOLK LIMITED. Arrives
Norfolk U:M A. M. .Stops only nt Petersburg,
Waverly and .Suffolk.
0:05 A Mi?CHICAGO EXPRESS. Parlor
Car, Broiler Son-Ice, Petersburg to Lynchburg
and Roanoke. Pullman Sloop*? .? Roanoke to
Columbus, Blueflold to Cincinnati; also Roan?
oke to Knoxvlllc, nnd Knoxvlllo to Memphis.
Cafe Dining Car. Roanoke to Williamson.
12:10 P. M?ROANOKE EXPRESS. "For
Farmvlllo, Lynchburg and Roanoke.
8:00 P. M.?OCEAN SHORE LIMITED.' AR
rlves Norfolk 5:20 P, M. Stops only at Peters?
burg, Wavcrly and Suffolk. Connects with
steamers to Boston, Providence, New York,
Baltimore and Washington. '?
7:25 P. M.?For Norfolk awl all stations east
9:30 T. M.?NEW. ORLEANS SHORT LINE.
Pullman Sleepers Richmond to Lynchburg and
Roanoke, Petersburg to Bristol, Lynchburg to
Chattanooga, Momphls and Now Orleans. Cafe
9:30 P. M?ST. LOUIS EXPRESS. Pullman
Sleeper Petersburg to Roanoke and Roanoke to
Columbus. Cafe Dining Car.
Trains arrive from the West 7:42 A. M.. J::06
P. M. and 3:18 P. M.; from Norfolk 11:40 A. M,
and 0:50 P. M.
Office No. 833 East Main. Street.
W. B. PSVILL, C. H. BOSLBY, PI
Qon'l. Pass. Agt. ' Disf. Pass. Agt..
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT MAY 23. 1903.
TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND.
7:00 A. M.~Dally?Local for Charlotte, N*. C.
12:30 P. M.?Dally?Limited?Buffet PuUman to
Atlnnta and Blrmlngha-n. New ?'Orleans,
Memphis, Chattanooga and all the South,
with through coach for Chase City, Ox?
ford, Durham and Raleigh.
8:00 P. M.?Ex. Suridny?Chaee City Local.
11:30 P. M_Dally?Limited?Pullman ready 9:J0
P. M., for all the South.
YORK RIVER LINE.
Tho favorite route to Baltimore and Eastern
points. Leaves Richmond 4:20 P. M., dolly,
2:16 P. M.?Local?Dal I}-?Except Sunday.
4:20 P. M.?Except Sunday?Fop W'fjst Point,
connecting with steamer.-) for Baltimore
and river landings. Steamers call at York
town and Clay Bank Mondays, Wcdne-i
days arid Fridays, and at Gloucester Point
and ,Allmonds,,'I'iJCsdays,j Thursday and
4:45 A. M_Except' Sunday?Local mixed for
' West Point.
TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND.
6:63 A. M. and 6:42 P. M.?From all tho South.
3:35 P. M.?From Charlotte and Raleigh.
8:40 A. M.'?From Chase City and intermedi?
9:25 A M.?Baltimore and West Point. '.. ;,'
10:? A. M.?Dally?Except Sunday and Mon?
day; 5:10 P. M.. dally, except Sunday?
. From West Point.
C. W. WEKTBURX, D. P. A., Richmond. Va.
& H. HABDWTCK. W. H. TAYLOE,
P. T. M.. -G. P. A.,
H. B. SPENCER, Gen'l. Mgr.,
Washington, D.' C.
burg & Potomac R. R.
Trains Leave Richmond?-Northward.
4:16 A. M.? Dally?Byrd St. Through.
6:45 A. M.?Dally?Main St. Through.
7:25 A. M.?Week Days?Elba. Ashland Ae
8:40 A. M.?Dailyi?Byrd |6t.. Through. Local.
12:0" noon?Week Days?Byrd St. Through. ' , ;
4:00 P. M".?Week Days?Byrd St. Fredericks?
burg Accommodation,. '. ,
6:06 P. M.?-Dally?Main St. Through.
6:30 P. M.?Week Days?Elba. Ashland Ac*
S:05 P. M.?Dally?Byrd St.- Throtlgh.
XraliLS Arrive Richmond?Southward.
(5:40 A. M.? Week Days?Hlbo. Ashland ? Ac?
commodation. : .
8:20 A< M.?Woek Days?Byrd St.' Fredericks?
8:35 A. XL?Dally?Byrd St Through.
HifiO A. M.?Week Days---Byrd St. Through.
2:1,1 P. M.? Daily?Main St. Through.
6:43 P. M.?-Week Days?Elbn. Ashland Ac?
7:15 P. M.?Dolly?Bynl St. .Through.
8:CO P- M.?Dally?Byrd St. Tlirougli.. Local
0:60 P. M.?Dally?Main St. Through.
NOTIS?Pullman Sleeping or Parlor Cars on
all above trains except trains arriving Rich?
mond 11:50 A. M. week days, and local accom?
Tlinn of arrivals nnd departures and rnnn?c
tlons not guaranteed.
W. D. -DUKE, C. W. CULP. W. P. TAYLOR,
Oen'l. Mnn'r., Ass't. Oen'l. Mnn'r.. Traf. Man.
Air Line Railway
TRAINS LEAVE IUOHMOND?DAILY.
9:lu A. M_Local?For Norltna and Hamloi.
2:20 p. M.?-jeabourd Fivst Mull?Havunnua,
Jacksonville, Atlanta and Southwest.
10;0fl P. M.?Seaboard Express?Savannah, Jack?
sonvllle, Atlnnta und Southwest,
TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND.
6:35 A. M.?From Flurlda, Atlanta and South.
4;ofi P. M.? From Florida, Atlanta ani South
6:30 P. M.?From Local Points.
II. S. LliARD, W. M. TAYLOR,
, Dlsi. Puhs. Agent. City Ticket Ag*nt.
ATLANTIC COAST LINE
TRAINS WEAVE RICHMOND DAILY-HYRD.
EFFECTIVE SUNDAY. APRIL lOTH.
0:00 A. M.?A. (.'. -L. Bxpfoas to all **qlntl
9:00 A. M.?I'i'terstiui-g nnd Norfolk.
13:10 P. M.?1'otursburg arid N and W, Wei*..
3:00 P. M? Petersburg and NurfoU*.
?4:10 P. M.?cinidsboni Local,
6:45 P. M.?Petersburg Local.
7:X I*. M.?"Florida und (Vest Indian Lim?
ited" to nil jMlntH Wutb.
9:E0 P. M.?Polersburg uml N. and W. West.
U;jo v. M.?Petersburg iweai.
TRAINS ARRIVE Itl(:il.Mi>ND-DAH,Y.
4:U1 A. M.i 7:42 A. M.: '^:3a A M-; ??10.41
A. M.; 11:40 A. M.; l:0? 1'. M.; 1:05 p, M.; B:W
P. M.; 7:45 P. M.; ll:IS P. M.
?Except Sunday. ??Sunday only.
C. H. CAill'IlEl.L, Dlv. Pim. Ag'..
W. J. CllAIU, Gen. Pum. Ag*.
RICHMOND AND PETERSBURQ
Cars leave coiner of Puny and Hnv^m't
Hlreots, Ma-lcMnier, every hour (?>? the hi>ur)
from <: A. .V. >?? 10 P. M.J lnut car 1J midnight.
i'nrs leave Peltr*burg. foot of flycaiuur*
p!tre?t,N?very ln'-ur from 6:35 A. M. lo iv.H f.
M.: iu?t car 11:40 l"- M.
All curs from ivu-.oburg o.jimecUng Rich