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New York, .Inno IS.?Except for a
?formal statemet by the United States I
Steel Corporation announcing that It i
had followei the course of some of Its'
chief rivals in advancing prices of
various finished products, and the pilb- |
lioallon of a few railroad returns for
May of a not very gratifying char- 1
tit tri. to-day's Stock market was no
less dull, narrow and uninteresting
than most of its uredecesaorti of th.
pusi two weeks.
Prices hovered a traction above or
below yesterday's closing quontattoa.
In the railway division Louisville and
Nashville, Wabash preferred, and Kan?
sas City Southern preferred showed
some semblance of activity at im- i
proved prices, without exciting more i
than languid attention. Suspension of
the regular - per cent, dividend on
Ontario and Western common, which
fe'l sharply Was without effect on
prices which rose to their best In tho
final hour. American Tobacco. Re?
public Iron preferred and local trac?
tions were the features of the late i
trading. London's markets." were idle |
as our own. Our banks stand to lose j
a large amount of cash to-morrow i
with a probably expansion of loans
Bonds were featureless. United j
States bonds unchanged o:i call.
Money en can steady 2 3-1^3 per ,
c< nt . Illing rate 2 3-4. T.me loans
stronger: sixty days, ;: per tent.; s.x
months, ;t :;-i to I.
Prime mercantile paper, I to I !-|,
P< : cent
Sterling exchange, U.S.", for sixty i
days. J4.Sil5 for demand ' I
RICHMOND MOCK MARKET.
By Richard W. Maury,
Sto.k sr.j Bend Broker. 1015 E. .Main Street.
Richmond. Va.. June 1912,
STATE SECURITIES. Bid. Asked.
Virginia 5s. O.d. C. aai r... 153;.. 54 s-p:
Vn. Ccr.tu.-le?. C. und R.. koi.. S", 5514
Rich. City Is. C. and R.. 133S-1>4;. ...
A. C. L. R. R. Con. Tr. 4 p, C.... V,
A. C, L. R. R. Cnnv. Debs Is. 15?. 103
<? and O Gen'! M? 41?a. 1951. ".01
<*eo.-gis, Sou. and ria., IMS. 106
Georgia and Aiu. Con. It. 7045_ 104
.Nciloik and West. Ry. 4?. ity.-s_ \u
-? lb ctri! Air Line if. !&5'J. ti ...
Si aboard Adjustment lt. 1510. Vi ...
Souther- Ral'.wav in St. if.a. .jor
So R. D<v. and C. SI. 4s 135-3. 74
Westers N. C. lit St. c. mi. 10:
S7hEET RAILWAY BONDS.
Nor. and Poris. Trac. Co. 5s. 1030. SJ
STREET RY. STOCKS. Par.
Vn. Ky. and Power Co. pfd.100 SSH ...
Va. Ry. and Power Co. com.:..100 I7!- it
RAILROAD STOCKS. par.
Chetapeske and Ohio.. .l?o <o
N'erfolk and Western com.103 116U ...
R. F. and p. Dlv Ob] Ig.1C0 ;i?" 3*S
ocaboard Air Line pt.l.
Seaboard Air Line um.U-5 .;,
Southern Railway pfd.109 74 ...
Southern Railway com.1C0 2iU ,.,
BANK AND TRUST CO STOCKS.
American National.;va "'5
Broad Street. jj gg
Bunk of Commerce and Trusts.100 '.:?">
Central National Bank.100 136
Commonwealth Bank.too mu ...
I'lrst National.100 MS " ...
-Mechanics and Merchants.100 223
National Bank of Virginia.100 250
National Stato and City Bank.100 203
Richmond Bank and Trust Co.. 2S 3t'J ...
Ravings Banfe of Rur.mond. 55 64 ...
Union Bank of Richmond , SO 350
Virginia Trust Company.100 ;,-'? ... i
West End. 25 45 1
Vs. Flro anil Marine Ins. 25 75 ... \
Vs.-Car. Chem. pfd. 5 p. e.100 116 ... ]
Quotations for Interest-paying b >ndl arc
?t a part, to which Intercut n-.ust b. added.
Income bonds and certificates of Indebted?
ness are flat.
American Tobacco Co old 4s 'fcldi. 96K
American Tobacco Co r.1,1 e.f iMS). :. 4
Atlantic- Coast Line 1st 4s ihidt. M>,
Atlantic Coat: L.r.c-L. ar.d N*. 4s. 01
A. c. L. conv. is tin Baltimore). 101H
c'hejapi.ak* and Ohio conv. 4!-?. ;?">;
Liggett and Myers 5i. f4
Liegen and Myers . 1I0H
Lorlllard Cr,.-npar.y is. 94H
i.oriiiard Company 7s. . i;:'-4
Norfolk and Western conv. 4>. 116>|
Seaboard Air Line ?iimi?<l 4s fhldi_ -;\
S. aboard Air Line stamped "s ibid*_ JOIJ
Southern Railway ts.
Sou-Hern Railway ,'s (hid). 107 !
U. S. Steel 2nd f,s. 102'i'
U. S. registered :?. 1M5 i bid i. imt?'
U S. re iiste.jf<.l Is. 1011 'hill. 102"!
u S Panajns ,n'*w *i <tud>.lO'.'j
V Irglnla-RYowii AtOl. etfs. (bid). 52
Virginia-Car. Cham. 1st 5s.'.. & I
Va. Ry. und power Co , hid i..' ?>-.
Wabash den. 4s . . 7JH ?
Wgbash-Pltti Term. 1st it.'..
COTTON M VRKKTS
New York. June 2?.?Developments with
s-r< retire to July rantraets apptured to re-|
eclve more attention than any other feature,
In th-? cotton market to-day. and general
business was quirt, with the close steady,
net ur.-hani.-ed to 4 points bisher, generally
2rM points hlgh'-r. Th? opening wai steady
st an siivsn,'? of S points to a decline of I
point. It was *stlm!iteil that July notices,
representing about t'.OOO baie? of cotton, was
rlrcalattnff In the Mreet. but a eoup> of
prominent brokers appenre-'l around the ilnsr
who appeared willing to take all the July
e.fftree1.. ar.d the market sold up to ,-, net ad?
vance or 4 or 5 points rlKht after the call.
Reports that the notices were t-ent? stopped
by ? couple of the hlg ?po: Interests and too
much rain In sections of the eastern belti
notably Georgia, trem-d to Inspire scattore<l
r-iv?rlnf and to account for the advance.
Realizing checked the upward movement,
ar.d the m,rket was left at about the clos?
ing figures of last night under tmfn\ornh>
crop reports and some local presure. Rut
the firmness of July, once ti e notice* were
out of the way. operated against a..v g<
rral selling, and the market later in the
a'f rr.r.on again rallied or, covering for over
the week-end A private condition report,
issued by a well known local authority u
rnldda-v made te-h condition S3 9 pet ?
comparing with tr.* official ten-y**: ivet ,??*
of ?of per rent., ind with a condition of
7f.f? per cent last month, causefl Somi ? it
Receipts at the port? to-da;. v.< re
bates against 21? as: wesk and ', ;'
year To-day's reeeiptt al Ne? Orleans
bale! against 1.014 last year, at Oelvest - .
bales against 177 :r.st year. Find at Houston
S.V. bales agCr..-*. ta> last year.
Cotton fuiuies blessed stSady:
Open Blsh Low, c:,,s*
J?r . ....
February . .11.51 . U.5|
Mar^h . lt.SS 1!.? 11.59 U.C1
April . ll.Ci . ......
May . ii.? ?? l! ? j 11.67
July .1" :: 17 11.2:
August .ILM ll.}| .:.??. Il.a
September . II" ?? ?7 11.31 ll.jj
October .!'. 13 ".1 ? 11.II 11 1?
November ...11*0 S1.50 li.St
Spot cotton elesfrt o-ilel ? ??
mMdiing uplsnds, :: -t. . t . a ilf ll.io
Cotton, quiet ; mieleiilng. 11*5; gros? r,.
eelpts. 273 bales, itock, 144.223 >ales. eitpori
to OreatB ritaln. IVi bales, to the Continent
7? bales. COSStWlt? 521 bales.
Tots! to-flay at a:: ports?Net receipt)
J.l? bat*?: expirt to Oreal Br.tv.i.
bales, to th* Continent. :?*,-? bales; str," k
?12 136 hal'S
Cor.solidatetl at p-srts?Net r-f.;,.
1S.541 bales, expoll to G'ea? Britain
OPKN AN AOCOUN1 WITH
THE UNION BANK
1107 EAST MAIN STREET.
,100 MAKES A START 3 PER
Official H.ansfe and Sale of Stocks .11 New York
500 ?llls-Chalmeis. irt ri'-i
200 AlllS-Chal.. pfd.. 1st p::ld
5,7<3 Amalgamated copper ???
A tiler. Aurt Chem., com.
SO) Amor. Beet gugar.com..
2,100 American Can .
TOO Vmerlcan fan. pfd.
900 Amer Car and Foundry.
Amor Car and Komi.. pf<l
American Cotton "tl.
Am Hide an i Leather, rr
Vuioricun Linseed OIL...
4,100 American Lo omotlve ...
Ainor. I.bi omotP o, pt i ?.
10) Am. r Malt Co.. i fd.
3.<00 Amorlea 11 Smelting .
'.'*> American Rttsav .
1..'" Am. T. ind T Co.,' x V. ..
?.6C0 \ntertcan Tobacco, com,
!KHt American Tobacco. pi.L.
1>'? Anaconda Copp?r .
h600 Athlson .
l.:>" Atlal'.tl. Coast Line.
A C, L of Connecticut .
300 Baltimore and Ohio.
1.50) Bethlehem steel, com ?
?.OOO Heiti.li.Amer. Tob. Co...
1.0 ) Broi klyn Rap! I Transit
14.*> Central Leather, coat.
) Canadian Pacltit .
2,7(0 Chesapeake and O.ito ?
C00 < hi ago ? Ire it Western.
1.0C ? Chi., Mil. and St. Ba?L]..
1,315 Crucible Steel Cor., com.
l?i Crucible Steel, pf'l.
10) Chicago and Northwest
Colorado Fuel and -iron
Colorado ind Southern..
4 ?. 1 lonsolidated Gris .
Del 1 a re and Hudson...
loa i >. a. and Klo Gran., com.
120 Deii. unl Rio Gran., pfd
W) Distill! rs- Sec Cor.
us-* Erie .
1,470 Erle. 1st pfd.
Fed. Mm. and Sm . pfd..
Geo. W. Helme Tob. Co..
6,900 General Electric .
1,100 Cre.it Northern, pfd.
100 Great Northe n On etfi
7(0 Illinois Cent ral .
fi.ioo Interboro-Met., pfd.
Inf. Mi r Marine, corn...
100 International Papi r ? ??
By THOMAS BRANCH
Irish. Low. UM Asked.
1% 1\ 14 2
1*4 ?4 24 10
tiH So V."> S594
. 00 61
7 IS 744 7 ?4 74'?
26 3i4 SJ>4 3M4
117 1164 1164 U6V4
.SO rSUj f:, 6V?4
. 1134 HO
. C-24 !3
43*4 13 t
v ''i > i>i 4
4 I?".- 1:>?4 131
Ml', 1444 I4I?4 Ul:?
.: 'is, 302*a I?'.? 3,"*>>.
lOIti 1044 1"?-- 1 c
?4 ??"?-.? ?4
le7"H 107l'| 107% 1074
140 130 1394 H-?
|?S? ?pv>? I'M, PCS';
3V 37 TAi4
32?i am 324 324
?. CU, Hankers ana lirokers.
i> , 1
I0>>4 10i4 p.-i, lijt>yj
144 Hfl II-, 13
>??:.. i<U? .^4 *ls*4
137 * 137 " 137 1?
32 31V, 31% 324
. 39 II
1421, 14J Ultt 112
. 1674 K9
10?? U'n 194 I"
31, :?:.?? ::?4
334 :t;i? 3;:, S3?s
3; 31". it".-- I'-i-i
17s 17.} 177 LS
134*? 131", ISP? 1314
12 L* 414 42
I2S14 I2S 12.-- 1>
21 20? 21 21's
... * ..." 4 Is 1\
Open. Hlch. Low.
Int. Paper, ptd.
K.in. Cit\- South., com.
ll.lff) Lelilgh Valley. X 5 '/c 17"-%
500 Liggett and Myers, com 2"2*i
Liggett and Myers, pfd. ???
100 Lotlllard Tob, Co. com. ltd
Lor ilia rd Tob. Co. pfd. ...
2,600 l^outsvllle and Narhvllle leO
1^00 Miami Copper . 2Si4
Mo.. Kan and Texas.
Mo. Kan. .ml Tex. pfd.
l.."'- Missouri Pacific . ?'w,+
1,6 > Northern Pacific . 121
National !.ead . ?'?><,?
00) NoV Ycrk Central. II7*H
i'.I.Vt N V . Ont. in I Western '2-s
2.400 Norfolk and Western... 116*4
200 Pa lllc Moll . J2t4j
1,40) Pennsylvania . '23>>j
100 People's Gas . H3?s
100 P.. ? .. c and St. L?, com. l<>S's
P.. C. C. and St. L. pfd. ...
$00 Pittsburgh Coal. com... 22
1,100 Pressed Steel Car.
po Pressed Steel Car. pfd
10) i:y Steel Spring, com
Is'..'- ? Pearling: .
I.3!0 Republic iron and Steel 23*?
2.C ? Republic I and S.. Pfd.. 52
Rock Island .
Rock Island, pf-i.
.;.a Se-il-oard Air Line, com
300 Seaboard Air Line. pfd.
1<V> Southern Pacific .
I. 900 Southern Railway .
(00 Southern Railway, pfd
Standard Oil .
NO Tennessee Copper . 114
Texas Pad tie .
II, 400 Union Pacific . 160H
United states Rubber .. ''?">1.
:.:.( t- United States Steel. 704
:? > United states Steel, pfd 1107s
U. S Cast Iron Pipe.
Va.-Car. Chemical .
Va.-Car. Chemical, pfd.
Va. Rv. and Power, com ...
Va. Ry and Power, pfd ...
1,000 Wabash . *H
2.M0 Wabash. pfd. 1W?
W-.-stern I'nton . S2:?S 83
Weyman-Bruton To. Co. ...
Total sales for day. 2S7.100
Total sales for week (five days). 1
1 in 117
bales: to the Continent, 2T.;? bales to
Japan. :?; bales
Tola! ?Ine- September I at all ports ?Net
receipt*. 11.753.205 bales; export to Great
Britain. 1,101.015 bales; to France. l.HS.DST
bales: to the Continent, t 665,135 bales: to
Japan. :.;2.07J bales; to Mexico. S.7?3 bules.
. New O.-lcar.s. June 2S.?Cotton futures
opened stead}' at an advance of 133 points,
in spite of unfavorable- cables. The weather1
map again sh,.?,..i rain in the eastern and
central belt, which lu.de shorts nervous.
The clos,- Mat steady at a tie! decline of lajil
Sp : cot ten st-sidy. unchanged; I
middling, lIVJc.: sales on the spot 100 bales I
and S3 to arrive, rAiturcs closed: Julv,.
13.21; August. I .'.Ol; September. U.S.'. October.'
II.?*; December. 11.65. Janttarv. 11.70; March,
New York. June 25.?Weekly Cotton Re-,
view-.?Prices though at times showing re-|
llatsnci to for?,-s of depression have fre-l
quently receded under the weight of gen-1
orally good weather, favorable reports and'
mercllexr Pressure to sell at home and)
abroad. :. crop outlook in Texas is re
gatibd by many ae good, cnthuslastlcs talk-,
Ing of u possible yb-ld of K"0<mV.> to 17.000,
OtO. The prospects west of the Mississippi
are considered more favorable than those
of a year ago. Regarding the government
report, which is to appear on .lu'.y J, there
are those who believe that It is likely to,
show but a small decrease in the acreage
for the whole bolt, and that It will exhibit
a condition" f the crop folly equal to the
ten-year average. Early In the week the J
continent wns ? good buyer In Liverpool.
Weakness In New Orleans as well as the,
more favorable crop re ports were the cx-j
planatlons given for the continent's change'
of attitude. Bear? maintain that spinners;
the world over are now carrying good ?
stoiks. crop prospectsare improving, that!
there Is still a chance of raising a good
crop If conditions continue to be at all fav?
orable, or rather if they should come- m> to
average However, the <-poi situation e\>n- I
tlnues strong, owing to the relative scarcity
of the better grades for ?lilch there is a!
steady demand. j
A local report was to the effect that the.
cotton acreage in 6.5 per cent, less than last
year, and thai the condition is only $0.1 perl
rent, nc against 7? :? on June 4. from which'
It would appear that the Improvement has
not been very marked in the course of a
wii.tuh. some Indeed mnintittr that It has
deteriorated to any great extent. Jul has
laterl shown considerable strengt!), hoth
h'r. .ind In New Orleans, hems practically
coiner,,! in New York. To-day July notice*
amounted to about fVeOO bales. Issued by
various houses and slopped mostly by two
big spot concerns
LOCAL MAR RET QUOTATIONS.
f"urnishe,i h" Levy Commission Co.. Com-'t
mission Merchants, Richmond, Va.) I
Riehmond. Va , June 1M2. j
ACTUAL WHOLESALE qfJOTATlOSS Ol.
live poultry i
Chickens, choice, small, lb.. 21 If j
Chickens, choice, medium, lb. It ft '
Chi,-krn?. large, lb. S3 o,
Hens, lb. IS ? 1.V4]
Boosters, each. 3.: Te eu
;>uks.? I'arC". young, lb. 13 Si
Ducks, small, young, lb. 0 !fl>
In crates, nearby, fr<sh. doz.. '..*? 3
In crates other section*. eo?. is W
Galena eggs, doz. It t>
Family, choice, fresh, ib. 20 <a 33 j
Merchants, fair. !b. 19 "3
? live sto.k
; Veals, choice to fmcy. lb. <3 "V4 '
Veals, poor to tair, II,. ? 0 T j
Calves, runners, lb. & it
Sheep, Jb. 'Vi
Lambs. air:r.g. lb. 7 4| S'.fc
tattle, fa'e ?> prime, lb. 4 & *1?
. Hog?. lb. 6 & 7
< ?< lUNTRY-C'JRED BACON.
Sams, well smoked, sma',;, ih sss 15
Ham:., we.l smoked, .urge. lo. 16 y ?I
Hides, w. II smoked. Ib. U'ViS* It
Shoulders, wen stuok'-n. i? ... I .'lit 9 1"'
I'ry Mint, lb. V< It
fry salt, lb. 15 it
Ureeh, ?.alt. lb. UViti
Ureen, lb. &
' Ureen, damaiacd, lb. . 6 4} 6
Vallow . V 6
Beeswax . <a* IS*
''h'.. unwashed, free of birra Or 27
in, unwashed, lightly burry. u J 34
Ch., uhwashi'd, medium burry. 20 4f 21
i.'tl.i unwasl a. !. avy burry. 11 n 16
' Poultry in Hesvv receipt *nd urospects
,., ?, lower marke- Eggs moving slowly
.and market dull Ruiter ? tlve at quota?
tions; also live stork, tildes and wool.
MEM \ <Ulx PRODI*? I M IRK Kl
v. ?< Votv luhi ? Ryi Flour?Dull Rye
In 1 l"?ornm*al?Nominal Har,?y ? 'JuIm
Wheat- No. . red. H.1S. ?pol. elevator, do
mefTli i.??>. Jiii expoit, 51 :i f . b afloat
to iirriv? Future* unchanged m "i< net
hit- Jl. 17; September. $'. II i-l?: De
. ? mi er II OornT-Spot st^ftdy; export,
s-';' i .? I nr>3',. bat??Spot quitt.
. pork find Beef?Steady. Cut Meat* and
L?rd?Dull petroleum-Steady Tallow
v., Wool?Quiel Ro?ln?Quiet Rl?e
I'lrin Mota??c?? Steady, Rugar?Raw, quiet;
rnnn?N. quiet. Coff>i?Future* closed ?trade,
Kir.. '<>? '? li??c.. September, l}.tt; March, j
:H!I. ?' i.. <?> ? ? -1 ni bar. j. d Egife?Kl:m. Rui
ter?Steady Cabba jet?Steady Freight,1
? rotir.???' i ?1: ?va? Irregular early, "id < rep
delli'eriei i.elng e*?y under liquidation on]
i account bl big tender*, on July contract*,
while l*'* crop month, ??re higher en pro.
'' t???l?na; buying. The whole list wan ea?y
. at th<? close in absence of outride support.,
> Future, r:o?fd t. point, lower to ; point*I
.-higher S?le? amounted to 20.0M barrels,
(jtily, W-71?6.7I; August CStfl6l&; Septem-1
.Iber. t:<fl'i.;.>. October. November.!
1 ;,'i?;j!.. prime crude. nominal,; prime
I ?ummer yellow, l.*0tfC.!$ do. summer white.
vii-( i i i iVEOrs >i MtKr.rs
PTERSUIIRO PEANUT MARKET
(Reported by R?dgen, MeCabe &? Co.)
Petersburg). Vs., June is ? Peanuts.?span
lih.?'Market firmer: farmers' s-par.irh. M'jc.
per huehrl; jumbo Spinlsh. R7HC, per bushel)
No. 1 (helled, j-pantrh. f.tfS'.c per pound;
No. 2 ihelled, Spanish. J\?3tc. per pound
Virginia*?Market firm, fancy Jumhn, tc. pur
pound; fancy handplcked. J>:i<J.Vl?c. per
pound, extra prime. 3'*c ; per pound. prime,
2c. per pound: machine picked. .Vn3'-,e. per
pound; shelling Mock. .'lac. per pound.
DRY GOODS MARKET
New York. June 2S ?The cotton goods
markets are ft.-m with a fa:r business pass?
ing in print cloths, convertibles and domes?
tic staples. Wool markets are grin 10 to 13 i
per cent, higher and will affect carpet j
prices. Jobbers reporte a fair mall trad
Wilmington, N. <;.. June 25.?Spirits Tur-I
pentlnc?Steady at w?jc.: receipts 9 casks.1
Rosin?Steady at 11.95; receipts 5 barrels. >
Tat?rirm at c rude- Turpentine?-Steady
at 13.2Vi 4.75. receipts Iii barrels.
Savannah, Oa? June C?Turpentine?Firm
at 0(Sj (j n'jc. ;i ales 1.1*4 casks; receipts 1,711
casks: shipment! TO.'I casks; stock 29.0S2
casks. Rosin?rirm: sales " 039 borrels: re-1
celpts 1.045 barrels, shipments 1,121 barrels;:
stock 55.696 barrels Quote: Q. |5.56 (j 6.05.
CHICAGO GRAIN MARKET.
Chicago. June IS,?Rain and cooler weather;
In the Canadian country took the cereal a!
few points down. The close was easy. Lust:
night's trading left corn IkOlVkC lower; oats]
oft ?i<t?aic? and provisions varying frotn |
I. '-jc decline io u snadv advance.
i"ash grain closed: Wheat?No. 2 red. Il.lj'
Q.l.t3>i; V?. 2 hard. SL.09V.Ot.13. Corn?No.
II. f."1;'', Tj\r ; No. 3 yellow. 5 TO'-.c.
Baltimore, Md., June 25 ?Wheat? Firmer; ]
spot, contract. 11.12. Corn?vjuie t; spot, con-:
tract. :;c. Oats?Firm; No. 2 while. 40c. Rye
RH H.MONI) GRAIN MARKET.
Richmond. Va., June 2s. 1912. i
WHOLESALE QUOTATIONS ON 'CHANGE.
No. 2 red. Western (new)_J 1.10 tj! i.u
No. ! red. Virginia i new i_ 11 1.10
No. 3 red titewi. 1.07 5? 1.05
Virginia, bag lots (new),.., 1 '0 B 1.05
No. 2 white. S 51
No. 3 white. S 47
No. 2 mixed. Stl4 3
No. .7 mixed. 53>,j-<i
Virginia, bag lois. (7 ji S9
i ?ATS--I 'sr lots.
No 2 mixed. 1',7'jfl1
No. 3 mixed. ??>>-? ej
No 2 white. '.i 591J.
No. 3 white. 9 ?5Vi
No. 2. Nominal .. '
Sr. 3. Nominal
Virginia, bag lots. Nomina!
RICHMOND MAY MARKET.
Richmond. Va . June 2S. 1312.
Following arc the Quotations of the Rich
mi nrj Hay Exchsfnc*:
No. 1 Timothy. 24 03 Q
No. 2 Timothy. ij 24 00
No. 3 Timothy. I9.M ?
Light Clover, mixed. .. 3 24.00
No. 1 Clover, mixed. 22 00 f?
No. 2 Clover, mixed. fi 18.00
No. 1 Clover. Nominal
j STRAW?Compressed . 5? 1S.00
Loose-pressed, laige bales.. ? 1S.0O
Load your cats ?e. that hay at doors r.p
ris-nt? contents and thus avoid rejections.
This market grades hay |n accordance
.\ii.,. the National H?y Association.
RICHMOND LIVE STOCK MARKET.
(Sales at Union Stock Yards.)
Richmond. Va., June 28. 1912.
Report of the live stork mark-?t for th-?
?e. k ending June 24. 1912:
Rest /tiers. 7-a 7\o. j medium to good,
|*V4?7'4'-; coinrr.on to fair, .'.?'j4'?e . best
'heifers. i'lU'c: medium to good. SO'Vic.;
common to fat:, Iti?CHc.; be?t cows, ise
It's' . medium to good. SffMic.; common to
fair, :i'ti4c ; he?i oxe-n. IVifiTc.; m--diuin to
, good. Sfjttc; common to fair. 435c; bu!!s.
IVjIJCVic. Fresh cows, ISOil CO 00 per head.
? Rest ca ves. 71-a.; f air to good. 6 If 7c.: dicks.
1 J! . t? si hogs, 7c ; shoats, g*?(fie.; pigs,
i... sows ur.el stags. SUQCHc.; beat
sheep. SflSVic.: fair to good. 4V406C.: com?
mon iiiOSi best woo! lambs. SVi<9(Mc.i
fair lo good. IV4'a5e.; spring lamas. 7 3i:'c
fhicago. June 28.?Cattle?Receipts 1,50"
head, Market steady to strong Reeves.
16.75U 9.?9; Texas steers. $<S7.M; western
Steers 16,30 tj 7.50; stocker? :,i<\ feeders. !4?7
6,<0; rows and helfen, t2.7S0t.8O; calves.
I 15.50?5.50. Hobs?Receipts 16,000 head. Mar
?V.m active, 5010c. higher. Light. J7.i:.'V7e.o.
? mixed ?7.iSJ}7.61V4; lough. 67.:05i'7.20; pics
14.55JJT.CO; bulk of sa>s 5" 4S'J7.5$. Sheep?
Receipt* 12,000 head. Market weak. Native,
II'i ?? <??. western. ft.?OlM; yearlings, $i.To
iit.Ti; lambs, native, 13.76*5 7.00: western.
11.907,15; spring lnrnt?, JUIs.V
RICHMOND TOBACCO MARKET.
Richmond. Va.. June :S. IMS.
Following arc the quotation* ol the Rich
ntond Tobacco Exchange:
S U N-CU R IT L)?N ? W.
cuki, common to good. ( ?u 3 7.Co '
C'jks. good to prime. 7.Mi it *.?>) ,
enorl leal. tw.00 it 10.'*
cons leat. to.vu tt U-oo
wrapper* . iz.'no <o 17.64) '
e.Mi IKBK8? Common . 7.00 Cf i.?o '
Medium .10.M e 19.0(1
Cine . Li.jo .j |S.M
nil; rers?common .h oo n.oo
Medium . IS 00 ? IT.SO 1
l'lne . 20 CO O - AJl
Fancy .?C.00 <r? J7 ?
ftlJUKIts"?Common . t 00 it 10.00
Medium . n.oo i-.oj
elood . 13.00 (i 16.00
> in* . 10.00 j i0.*e :
TORT OF RICHMOND. JUNE i'. 1012.
Steamer Berkeley. Shelly, Norfolk, mer
cnandlie ami paiseng- Old Dominion Line.
Steamer Aurora. Furman, Petersburg and
Jamei River landing*, merchandise and pas
?eager*. Furman Lin'.
Steamer Berkeley. Shelly. Norfolk, mer
chandlio and paasengeri, Old Dominion Line.
.-i. .?nur t'ocahontai, einves. Norfolk ur.d
Janus River landings, merchandise und P3?
?engers, Virginia Navigation Company.
Steamer Aurora, Furman. Petersburg and
Jamc* River landings merchandise and pus
?enger*, K-iman Line.
"Saonden" Farm 1* Sold.
[Special to Thf Times-tMspatch.)
FrelerlcksburK, Va.. June- 2-i.?Krank
B. Guest has sold Mis handsome- farm.
"Snowden," in Spotsylvanla county, |
near this city, to Krank C. Baldwin, of
ue-ar Washing-ton. The price, which I
was a handsome one. is private. -1-.
Baldwin and family will lake posses?
sion of the property July 15 as their
home Mr. Guest expects to go to Cal?
ifornia to reside i
IN T1IL DISTRICT COURT OF Tili-:'
UNITED STATES FOR THE RAST?
ERN DISTRICT OF VIRGINIA:
In the matter of
order of notice FOR DISCUARGE.
On this _'7th day of June. A- VJ.
I 1S12. on reading the petition for d's
! charge of the i.?nkrupls, it is
Ordered by t:.<- court, that a hear
inK be had upon the same on the
?11ST DAY OF JULY, A. D. 1912,
1 r.e-tort sain court, at Richmond,
i in said district at 12 o'clock noon;
and that notice thereof be pub- !
I lished In The Times-Dispatch. a
' newspaper printed In said district. I
I und that all ki ? n creditors and other I
persons in Interest may appear at the
1 said time and place, and show cause.
! if any they ha -. why the prayer of
the said petltl t.c-r should not bo!
And It is f-:riher ordered by the
court thai the clerk shall send by mail
! to all known i -illtors copies of said
petition and .:. - order, addressed to
them at their places of residence as
i Witness the HONORABLE EDMUND
i WADDILL 11": idge of the said court.
] and the seal thereof, at Richmond, in
said district, on the 27th dav of June,
A. D. 1912,
3 >SEPH P. BRADY.
Imp., isador shapiro,
Attorney [or Bankrupt.
Training is for the management of :s home. She
learns to SPEND an income prudently; she is seldom
taught to EARN an income. When she does earn
one it is hy personal service rather than by invest?
Do your wife and daughters know how to safely
manage money? If not, what will happen when you
This Company was organized to solve that ques?
Virginia Trust Co.
The S.ifeM Executor and Tru-tor?,
Capital, . . $1,000,000.00 ,
To the Holders of
ALABAMA CONSOLIDATED COAL
AND IRON COMPANY
First Consolidated Mortgage
5% Bonds, Due 1933
Receivers having been appointed for the Alabama
ConsoidateJ Coal and Iron Company, wo are desirous
of being in the position to protect the holders of the
above bonds. W ith this in view, we desire the
owners of the bonds to communicate with either of
the undersigned, giving their address and the number
of bonds owned.
BAKER, WATTS & CO.
Calvert and German Sts.,
GUST AVUS OBER
300 N. Charles St.,
BANK OF COMMERCE
Capital and Surplus, $350,000.00.
Solicits Your Business, Personal and Savings Accounts.
3% INTEREST ALLOWED
Loans on Real Estate and Approved Collateral.
Depositor}- for the State of Virginia and City of Richmond.
JOSEPH E. WILLARD.President
A. R. HOLLAD AY.Vice-Presldent
R. M. KENT. Jr.VIcc-Presidcnt
R. B. CAMPBELL.Cashier
Is usually considered an Indication of me-diocrity, but there Is one.
industry where conservatism is the stror.gest of business assets?In
a hauklnR Inxituclon. Conservatism In a banking institution protects
the depositors' interests, and the conservatism of
Richmond's Strictly Commercial Bank
has boon c r. i :c;ve to ;tf> incomparable Mrrnitth a r, i ?eeurlty.
PLANTERS NATIONAL BANK
OF RICHMOND, VAh
Of our pitronatre furnishes elo?
quent testimony to the fact that
this institution has; at ail times
since rti establishment in 1S65
commanded th* confidence of th?
community. \V#j would like to
number you amons our pa>trons.
You will enjoy our service.
First National Bank
1104 EAST MAIN.
( npltnl nnd Surptn*. ?2,000.000.00
National Bank of Virginia
Surplus Profits. .$ 700,000
Ninth and Main Streets.
Manchester National Bank
Progressive methods combined
with absolute safetv of funds.
One of our banking offices is in YOUR
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNITED STATE'S FOR THE EAST?
ERN DISTRICT OF VIRGINIA:
In the matter of -\ NO. 1100.
H. E. R?BENSTEIN .t- ( In
ORDER OF NOTICE FOR DISCHARGE
On this 2?th day of June. A. D.
1012, on reading the petition for dis?
charge of the bankrupt, it is
Ordered by the court, that a hear
infi be had upon the same on the 31S.T
DAY OF JULY. A. D. 1912, l.eforo
said court, at Richmond, in said dis?
trict, at 1? o'clock noon; and that
notice thereof he published 'n The
Times-Dispatch, a newspaper printed
in said district, and that all known
creditors and other persons In in?
terest may appear at the said time
and place, and show cause, if any they
have, why the prayer of the said pe?
titioner should not be granted.
And It is further ordered by the
court, thBt the clerk shall send by
( mail to all known creditors copies of
I said petition and this order, addressed
I to them at their places of residence ns
Witness the HONORABLE EDMUND
WADDILL, JR., Judge of the S'a'd
court, and the seal thereof, at Rich?
mond, In said district, on the 25th day
of June, A. D. 1012.
JOSEPH T. BRADY.
MR JACOB S. COHEN.
Attorney for Bankrupt.
F'IRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.?I
Preaching by the pastor. Rev. F. t. Mc
PAOEN, D. D . at U A. Si. and 1:11 I'. M.I
bunday tonoo. a-. 9.if. BlDlc l.imci at 19
SECOND PRESBYTER lan church?'
Rev. RCSSBLL cecil. D D. pastor. Sir
vlcei at 1: A. M. and I.Ii IV M Wtinn
day 5:15 v. St. Sunday Scauo. ?.t5 a. XI
church OF the COVENANT?REV. J.
CALVIN .STEWART, d. d., pastor. Pr-a-.-h
Ing at 1J A. St. and V.5 p. St by the paator.
Midweek service Wednesday at l:U p. M. '
sabbath School at >:M A M and B;?i?
Class meet* at 10 A. M Seat? all fret. Wel?
come t.j all service*
SERVICES AT ORAUE STREET pres
byterlan Church at H o'clock A. M. and 1
t:IS o'clock I*. M.i preaching by Dr. lilly
Morning aubject. ?'Tee At ailing Sacrifice,"
and at alcbl. 1 A Disquieting Remem?
W E 8 T M 1 N S T E R PRESBYTERIAN
Church?Rev. JAMES V. FAIR. D. D.. pa?- '
tor. Preaching a M, ana i P, St. by thj
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH (BROAD AND
Twelfth Streets).?Rev. CEO. W. UcDAN
IEL. D. D. paetor. Th<! Fev. .1 R. SAM- 1
PEYi D. D.. or Louisville. Ky.. will preach
at both service.?1] A. M. and i r. M. 1
iraried Sunday School. Haraca and Phil
athea classes (A. W. ratt.-.-.&n. supt.i.
\, M- A welcome to all.
SECOND BAPTIST church (PRANK
III) and Adams Streets Service* U A M. and !
~:15 P. M Graded Sunday Srhe.ol at ?:30 A.
M. Organized classes for men and women. i
Rev. W. E HATCHER. D D. will preach'
at both the morning and evening service*. .
Music by the quartet choir. A welcome to
GRACE STREET BAPTIST CHUR'JH 1
(?jrare and Poushee Streets).?Preaching '
at 11 A. M. by the Rev JOHN H. EAGER, j
D. D., of Baltimore-. Md.: subject. "When
Will Christ r-ome Again and What Will He
Do?" At t:U P. St., subject. "A't?r Death."
Sunday School at 5:35 A. M- (Hugh P, Pow-I
Hupt.). Wednesday evening prayer
meeting at S.15 o'clock. The public, eapc'i-'
aily strangers, are cordially Invited to wc-r-1
shln with us
GROVE AVENUE BAPTIST church
(Grove Avenue and Harrison Street)?Rev. I
W. C. JAMES. Th. D. pastor. Preaching
by th-i pastor at 11 A. M. and 1:15 V. M.
8unday School at &:lf. A. M. (J?rne? Ii.
Wood, .Sup*, i. i'rayer-meeting Wednesday
at f:lS ei'clock
I..EIGH STREET BAPTIST CHURCH
(corner Twenty.fifth and Leigh Streets).?
In the absence of th* pastor Rev. E W.
WINPBXT, of Culpeper. Va.. will preach
morning and evening. Sunday School 0 r.Oj
A. M. All welcomo.
CENTENARY M. E. CHURCH. SOUTH.
Gra,ce Street between Pourth and Fifth
Streets)?Rev. W. J. YOUNG. D. D.. pastor.
Itev. S. C. HATCHER, P. D.. will preach
at 11 A. M. and S:15 p. M. Oraded Sunday
School, with organized classes, at 9:30 A.
M. All sent* free.
PARK PLACE METHODIST CHURCH
(opposite Monroe Park, on West Franklin
street).?Rev, Walter o. Parker, pas-,
tor. will conduct the services end preach >
at ii A. M. and 8:15 P M. Special music hy
a large chorus choir Strangers and visitors!
weir.im? at all services.
AT WEFT END METHODIST CHURCH
the pastot. Rev. CHARLES TINSJLEY
THRIFT, will preach at both services. In
.the morning his subject will be "The Es
I sentia] of Sonship.' At night he will preach (
on "Released from Prison." Every member
of the Sunday School Is urged to attend
SEVENTH STREET CHRISTIAN
I Church?Preaching both morning and even
i Ing by the pastor. Rev. H D. C. MAC
I LACHLAN. Subject at CIS p. M. "A Ynunj
i Man Who Came Back." Sunday School at
?:& A. M.
ST. JOHNS GERMAN EVANGELICAL
Church t'corner Eighth and Marshal!
? treats)? Rev. it. Gil THE. pastor. To-mor?
row at II A. M.. Children's Day exercises,
services In Ervglish. Muslr hy Sunday- j
School orchestra. No evening services. :
REGULAR SERVICE OF PIRST
Church of Christ, scientist, will be held to?
morrow morning In church edifice (corner
Park Avenue and Meadow Street) at 11
(.'clock. Subject. "Christian Science.'
Wednosdav evening testimony and ex
perlenen meeting at S:.V.. The reading
room, are located at 80714 North S xth
Street, and nre open every week W'trJat
in a. m to 6 P. m. All are cordially In?
Richmond, Fredericteo's & Potomac R.R.'
TO AND FROM WASHINGTON AND BEYOND.
?5.21? A.M. Iljrrd M.Sta.
?8.00 A.M. Unit. M.Sta.
?N.I01.M. U) rd st.su.
?9.10 A.M. II j rd St. Sta.
?0.28 A.M. Main St. Sis.
?12.U1 noonBjrd St. sis
12.00 P.M.Bjrrd St. Sta.
-rS.611 PH. Bfrd St. Sta
34.15 P.M. Klij* Station
?6.15 P.M. Main SL Sta
?8.20 P.M. Bird St. Sta
?7.60 A.M. BirdKt.Sta.
11.26 A.M. Elba Station.
11.86 A.M. II) rd Si.su.
?1.12 P.M. "Jain M.sta.
?2.60 P.M. It j rd si.su.
?6.17 P.M. Main St.St*.
?6.40 P.M. BjrdSt.SU.
?0.00 P.M. Ilyrd St.St*.
tu.I.' P.M. BjrdSt.Sts.
11.17 P.M. Main St. Si:-.
'lttjOStsIlt Ily rd Sl.su.
LonTC II; rd W. sta. 4.110 P. M. for Fredrrlrkiburc.
I.earr IMIio Sta. 1.16 A. M..0.25 P. M. for Asldaod.
Arrive Hjrd St.NU.H.iS A.M. from r'rrdi-rleknu'?.
ArrHe Klha Sla.0.30 A.M..6.atl P.M.from AstiUad.
?Daily, tWeekdays. ^Sundays only.
All trams to or from Byrd Street Station
stop at Elba. Time of arrival* and departures
sot guaranteed. Kead the signs.
RicbmoDri & Petersburg electric Railway
Cor? leave, Manchester, Seventh and Porr?
Streets, for Petersburg:
?6. 7. 8. ?3. 10. U, 'Li A. M.. L 2. ?J, A. i.
??4 i . ;. ?. *j. i? p. it.
11:00 p, St.. lor (.heater, 12:00 midnight for
Cars Have )'eier?l?u i g. fool of Sycamore
btieet. tor Minehesler:
|6:16, 0 ,V>. "7:16. *::3i. ?.:?. 9:33. ?10:15. 11:11
A. M ; 12:15, '1:IS. 2.25. 3:25. ?1:55, f,:i>, 4:ii.
?7:?. 6 Ii. S.15. ?10:40. 11? P. 11.
tOslly, except Sundays and holidays.
'Carries baggage and express.
"Limited, except Sundays and holidays
All cars from Petersburg connect wllk
cars for Richmond.
Norfolk & Western Railway
ONLY ALI. It A11. LINE TO NORFOLK.
Schedule in Effect June 17. VS.Z.
Leave llyrd Street Station. Richmond, FOB
NORFOLK: bs.io .v. M. m?M A. 'A... ?J.94
P. SI.. ?4 10 P. m.. t>7 .33 p. M.
FOR LYNCHBURG AND THE WEST: ??
A M . '10:00 A. M . a3.0o P. St.. '3:20 P. it.
Arrive Richmond from Norfolk: a 11: to A.
51 bll'tt A- it., ?0.? P. 41., b'.0:2? P. 11.,
?11:30 P. M. From the West: ?4:?"5 A. II.,
a2.'.0 P. it., bl.AO P. M.. ??.'X. P. M? 'J.00 P.
? Dally. aDslly ex. Sunday. bSunday only.
W. B. BEVILL. IL 11. BOSLEY,
a P. A.. Rssnoke. D. P. A.. Richmond
PKBMIER CARRIER OF THE SOUTH.
Trains Leave Richmond.
N. B>?Following schedule figure* publlib
ed is Information and not guaranteed:
For the South?Dally: *:10 A. M LocaL
Trains Arrive Richmond.
Prora the South: 8.40 A. M.. 5:40 A. M?
1:00 P. M . S X P. M. d*t:y; 12:61 Ex. Sun.
From West Point: !>:30 A. M. dai:y. ll;3S A.
Id.. Mor., Wed. ind Frl., 4:23 P. it. Ex Sun.
H E. BURGESS, D. P. A..
?CT E Main St I'or.n. Aladlaon 271
10?; A. M. Express. 4.00 f. it. Hxpress.
wtth electric lighted Sleeping Car for At
.snta and Birmingham. :: i. P. 51. Express.
Week D?y?: 1:00 P. M. Local.
YORK RIVER LINE.
4:So P. it? Dally. ? Connecting for baltl
more Mir.. Wtd. and Friday. 4:00 A. 14.?Ex
bun, and l:IS P. U.?Mon? Wed. and Fil
Chesapeake & Ohio Railway
1:15 A.?Local?Doll}?Ch'vlll*. Ex. Sun.
r?:W A.-Express-Daily?Norfolk. Old Point.
110:00 A.?Local?Dally?Lehbg., Lex. C Forg*
? :. 00 Noon?Expre**?D*lly? Norlolic u.d PL
P.?Express?Dally. Cm.. L'vllt*.
14:00 P.?Express?Dally?Norfolk. N News.
1:00 P.?Local?Dally?N. News. Old Polau
l It P. ?Loc*.?Ex. b in ? QordOUIVlll*.
1:16 p.?Local?Ex. Sim. ?Lc:.:,g. Natural
lirldg-. Cilflon fco.-ge.
?4 ???? P. ? Limited ?Dal.y?Clr.cln'll. Chicago.
?11:00 P.?Expreis-Daliy ? Cincinnati. L'vlll*.
?nieepere. ?l'ar;or Car*.
TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND?Local from
East, 4.1'j A. U.i 7.ill P. 51 Through from
East: 11:W A. M? flOS p. 51.. t JO p. m Local
trum \Ve*t: 1120 A. m . ??* U A. iL, und
7:;m P. M. Thtough: 4:1.0 A. 51.. U.i; A.
Al. snd . i? P it.
James River Line: ?Hi3S A. 51. 4:40 P.M.
??Dally on-pt I'unde;.
Atlantic Coast Line
The htundiird Rullruad al the SnuiS.
EFFECTIVE JUNE 14th, 1M2,
TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND DAILY.
For F.orid* and South: 4:16 A. it. *u<
e.W) P. m. l.W A. m.
For Norfolk: **l:10 A. M. ?:Oo A. AL, *t:Ct
P. M . ? .:'; P M . "7.13 I- M
For N. Ar W. Jty. Weil: 6:16 A. m., ?<:?
A M . ?1-M P. it.. *::0 P. m
Fur Pet^-sburg: 1:00 A M . e !5 a. at.,
??4:10 A? M , ttli A. M . >:00 A. lt., I0:0t A.
M? ?S:? P. M. 4:10 P. M . S:M P. M . 4:3J
P. M . ?'??:* P. M . ?:20 P. M. 11.46 P. it.
For rjj.daboro and Fayettevlile: '4:10P.M.
Trains ?rr.v? Richmond dally: 3:03 A JL,
i vt A M . 1 i'. A it . '5 y. a M . ??!( Id a.
M . '11 tv A. M ?".?. .13 A. M , ?2:1 j p f*t.?
??1:40 P. it., ?:? P. it.. 4 3i P. Jl.. ?:05 P.
st. s 00 P. 11. ?von p. m . :i so p, m.
?Except Sunday. "Su.iday only.
Tune of arrival and departure and con*
nectlor.s not guaranteed.
< !- ? Alll IIKLL. D. P. A_ *.u Mala SL
BKABOARD AIH 1JNE.
Southtound liai.-.s scheduled to lc?ve Rlc'j
mond dally: S:05 A. M.?Local 10 Nor.Ina.
1:20 P. M.?Sleeper* and cache*. Atlanta.
Birmingham, Savannah, Jackaonvltl*. 6.23
P. St.?Sleepers ?na coici.n, Jacksonville,
11:25 p. M.?Sleepers and coacher. At.ants.
Blrmlnghsni, Memphis. Northbound trams
schedu.rd 10 arrive In Richmond dally:
7:4-) A. M.. ?.:o A. St., P. IL. i'.lj P. Si..
OLD DOMINION LINE.
Lv. Richmond foot of A*h St. daily ." OOP. M.
Leave Newport News.6:?oA. 51.
Arrno Norfolk.4:0OA. 5i.
Connect* wlib main line steamers leaving
Norfolk lor Nr* \ork daily, except Sunday.
1 00 1'. 51. CounectLoi.a aiso made by N. St
\V. Ry. 3 P. 51. and <:. & U. Ry. at 4 P. 51.
Night lln* ti.arnrrs ?top at Careuiunt 10
land or receive paasengers on signal, and
W i; be met by puu.ic conveyance.
VIRGINIA NAVIOATION ?-u. (tsuectlv*
Maren U>.?Jsme* Klv?r by dayilgnt for
Norfolk and t-ou f.i.ni. Newport News and
?li Jurocs It:vur landing* Steam.r leave*
Monday. W?dn*?dsy and Friday at 4.40 A.
M. Freight received for all Jau.e, River
landing*. 'Phone Madison 174.
MrIh Ticket OlTI?-e. i-'l K. Mi'? sir-.c
RKriiMt)ND ~"AND HlEsXt'EAKE BAT
Schedule of Electric Trains, effofttve May
Z0 IV Z.-n~.e Richmond. I.aurei and Mioad
Bt'reet?: i>>(:(C a. si.. '7;io a. SI.. h$:lO A.
St. *:i0 a St.. "10:10 A. M . 11:10 a. 51.. 1:10
P M 2::.l P. SI.. 3:10 P. SI.. bl:10 P. SI.. 5::0
P. SI., 6:20 P. M? 7:10 P. SI.. bSilO P. M.
lO'.o P. St. 11:46 P. St. I.eavn Ashland. Eng?
land and Slapl- Street*: *3:?3 A. SI., h ?7;? a.
SI 8:00 A. M? M:00 A. SI.. 10:00 A. St.. "11:00
A M M2:t0 M.. "1:00 1'. SI.. 2:00 P. M., 2 00
P M , 4:W P. SI.. b.i:W P. M . 6:f? P. SI., 7:00
P. SI.. S:(rt P. M., b9:00 P. 51.. 11:00 P. If.
1 ?Daily exeep: Sunday. "Su,-day only.
via Hnlifav. N. S.. cruUo ol 1500 mile*. Msg
niflcent Scenery: GUI of Car.?o, Northumlier
land stra.t. Ciulf and River St. Lawrence and
far-fumed Ssguensy River. S E. ??Trinidad"
from N. T. July Cth and Chth. Auf 3d an*
17lh. From Quebec July 12th and 20th, Aug.
'1 h and ?3rt.
Tours Inc. Rotela. Shore Excursions, Lowest
Knie?. Twin Screw S. S. "BBRMTJDIAN."
10.51S tons displacement. Electric fans; wlra
less telesraphy. Fastest, newest and billy
Steamer ian'Mnp passenger* :>l thei dock iu
Bermuda without transfer, r-iiillngs every
ttve dsys in connection with R. M. S. P.
Co. Tickets interchanjeable.
For full Informal Ion apply to A. E. OL'T
EKBRIDGE A CO.. Agts.. Ourbec S. ?. Co.,
Md.. 2? Brdwy.. N. Y.. S. II. BOWMAN, 70?
E. Msln, or any Ticket Aj?t., or QliEBFG
i S. S- t'O., Ltd., Qiielwc.
Travel Without Trouble
America and Europe
Includes railroad, steamship, inde?
pendent tickets, with hotel accommo?
"ASK MR. BOWMAN,"
TOS E. Main St.. niehmnnil. Vn.
The Valentine Museum
ELEVENTH A.NVD CLAY STREETS.
Open dally from 10 A. M. to 5 P. M.
Admission, 25c. Free cn S-aturfiays.