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No* York, .January 15 ? By rom
bariaon with the two previous day*
? ?i weakness the stork market gave a
letter account of itself to-day, but it
nevertheless continued to reflect the
disordered state af speculative senti
B start. The market was nervous and ir
regular with contradictory movements
.Huong various issues.
Some stocks sold helow yerterdiv I
low point, although the range of Brio*
was much narrower und during a large
pari of the day many of the leaders
showed small net gains Heading LaV
high Vulley and Southern Pacific were
v.aKest af the more promincn? issues
while metal shares developed strength
The market was most unsettled dur?
ing early trading and us the session ad
> meed grew steadier until in the late
afternoon it made a fair showing of
length, with a number of gains of a
ooint or more
Various matters operated to ? heck the
deataaa. Thar* was evidences of deter?
mined support during pencils of wcak
? ? ss which rest ruled operations on the
sl.urt side The position ol the Kurope-an
markets was another favorable m
tiuence, and purchasus of i-tocks by
Europe were the heaviest in some time
It was estimated that Kurope bought
4V 000 to jil.OOO shares. London taking
chiefly steel and I iuon Pacific, and
Paris Amalgamated Traders with
i 'my coininitmen1 s on the short side
showed some uneasiness and covering j
operations were carried on extensively
l'urticularly in the metal stocKs.
Political consideration again figured ;
prominently. All Wail Street talked
politics to-day, and apparently little
headway was made to-day dispelling
the nervousness which hau been re
B*Ct*s1 in the week s dealings _Bond.
wete under slight pressure Total sale*. ;
par value. 11.927.000.
Panama 3's advanced '? on call.
Total sales to-day. 501.4000. b> hiding ;
Amalgamated Copper. 31.WO. American;
Tobacco. 2.400; A. C. Is., 700; C. * O.. 2.
V?. Lehigh. 16.100. U A W 700. N. A N"
110; Heading. 7&.300. S. A. I, . 200; do pre- j
trrred. HOP; Southern Hallway. 2*30. do
preferred. 400; Tennessee Copper MS;
I nion Pacific. 3?.400; I". S. Steel. 137.IW .
V. c. c. am.
New York. January 13.? Money on i
tail, steady. 2*4 wi per cent : ruling
rate and closing bid, 21? : offered at 3. j
Time loans, firm; sixty days. 3'4 <a4;
per cent; ninety days 4iii414 : six i
months, t (o 4-? Prime niercantile.
parier. i't (tt'.Hs . Sterling exchange :
firm with actual business in bankers ?
hills at 4 S3 sixty-day bills and at 4 S7I0
for demand. Commercial bills. 4 82'j .
liar silver. 63t, . Mexican dollars. 49.
i rovernment bonds firm . railroad bonds
RIC HMOND STOCK MARKET.
By Richard W Maurv.
Mock and Bond Broker. lOij Ea*t Main Street ;
'Richmond. Vi. Januarv tt, ism. I
STATE SECURITIES. Fid. Asked. 1
1 irsinia js. Old C. Jt at., IM2. *7
I a. Centuries. X,.". C * R. MM... s7 fftt
A. ?'. L. consol trust. 4r, . ?i
i ? i O. gen. uiotr- 4'j s IM W
'?corgis. South, and Kla . lta.'i at
ticor and Ala consol Is inj MM
Scavoard Air Line Is. BBJ ? .. I
South Tn Railway 1st ... ]<m. . . |?; I
Western V C 1st ts. < V . 1*14 . . . lot
STREET RAILW AY STOCKS
Par. Bid Asked.
N'orflok Ry. and Light Ca... .S .
Va R>. and Power Co . pfd. 100 satfj sJ
Va. h\ and F'nwer t'o.. com. . .10? 51
INI PR A NCE COM PAN I EI
Virginia Kir" and Mar. Ins .. ;i ..
Virginia Stale Ins pfd.BUI . .
Virginia state In* com . OLM
Atlanta and Charlotte.inn
Atlantic Csssl Lim . com Its M
Allan' ii i '..as. Line of Conn_SB
Chesapeake and Ohio. ... in,
Norfolk anil V\ cstcm. pfd .. 1(10 ..
Norfolk and Wc*tcrn. com. . . . 100 112
It.. F. * P.. com.ion ..
R.K A. I' on obligation ... loo ..
? P. & P . t guar. Mn ..
R i 4 P., T' guar. W0 ..
It A P aDd H P A P conncc. 71 . .
Seaboard Air l ine, pfd.10? IS
Seaboard Air Line, rom.lot
SasSjBers Satiwajr, pfd ......a* w
Southern Railwav. com . loo n
PANK tND Tat 17 ST CO STOCK
? merican National. lf>.
Broad street.ft a*
Rank of Com and Trusts.100 157
Central National Hank .10? ..
< ommona.-alth Bank.
Eir*i National .im ..
Pirst Nat Rank pa-tic. el f- . . i-i; ..
Merchants' National.ion . .
Mechanics and M ri chants'.. RS ..
Main Slr?*si P.,: k.B) .?
Manchester National Hank M
National Slate and ? tiy Hank He jl*
P< iersniire4pv\ mgs and Ins. < o .1 .
Planters' Jtaasaal . l"i
Hi' hmon'd dark ami rru*t ( o ?'>
Rich. Trust and Savings t'o. . . im ino
saving* Bank of Richmond. . Vi %i
Pnloo Bank of Richmond . .Vi c,
Virginia Trust Co.100 1.4
West End.?41 ? j
Mist K PLAN I.<>1 S.
old Dominion I s ?"o.im ..
Richmond Reali> I or . pfd . . loo ..
Richmond Realty Cor . com . |so .. .) I
i nion Securities A Realty* or !'?
II -fir I hemical pfd. W% ... it* ns ni
Va -f'ar f'hi niicsl. com |i?i . . 1
Va Building and I -.a- Co ion ..
.'?fferson Realty t orp . 1st pfd |ir, .. [ \
JeSersoo Realty < orp.. 2d pfd..
issue IKS.19? . .
.i'ffcrson Realty ?"orp 3d pfd..
issue ltlj . .. im .. ..
.IrfFcrson Rralt-, ? orp .com . im
?ALES IT Hl) ?KP
Richmond Tru*t and Savings Co.. y at tf?-.
yuotatmn- for 1-O4--*' t-paying bond* are
at a price to whi'-ti interest must Kr added
Ir'-eme bond? ?r.d i rrimcates of indebtrd
BBBI are flat.
BOND I.Is I
A Iiis-* balmrr- .s stamped ctfs . ^
Amersraa Tobacco ? e ,^d 4s . s^i. "
t\ merican Tohac,.I* Sj hid ..." r?
Atlantic ? oasi i . i hid . ???,
?tlant i: I < as: i j- i A n 4. ...
?. < L ov .z Bali ? i ;. ss-(
? hesapeake and OMa CSSJJ1 4' * . , i
I *g* * i A Mi*'- .
Ijggrti A Mjrrs -s . ....
la.Hllard < "tsBBf *.
lonnard < ompan> :* Kid
adi. is .
. rt's Nd
?t as .
o . asked
t anted ?tat.- Registered i? :?? hid
I - ??? I v - r- .. ?). s . t,|,t
4 (lIltlN M 4 Rh? 1
New > '*k Ja' ..t, The cotton
bet sbowd ? "sd'T t?ni i
wa taaartd of as in.pf,'?"l .pot Ueman'
closed arm ai sr. adia r two to fi
firssts -.Id - ' t : . rif fr'>rn t
en g '?
msg to sfst
in? tatsir I
aaybag seaa seaaem
in*? hersme lass at
bigbw Rrpsarts ?
asfwasasSed tbe den
wbiV lessba* was
advssra Ibas R I
orn Ajt ..coryrsr with
THE UNION BANK
IlM EAST MAIN STREET
^^^^^^^g^ocks in New York
I_?-"-BY thomas BRANCH _ _ _
1 inn Allis-Chalmers. 13 Paid. .
300 Allis-Chul . |)fd 16 Haiti.
39 sou iMlfJM'1^ 1 opper. . .
Am. Agn ( hi m . coin . .
I ?i<i Am Pect Sugar, com . . .
7 210 American fan.
MOi* Arncr u an < an. pfd.
Mi \m i ai und Kouadry..
i.iiw Am Cotton oil.
Am llnlc A Leather, pr .
Mi Amor Linseed Oil.
-i Viiieiican Locomotive.. .
200 A met Mult Co.. pfd. . . .
? ? i A luei n an Smelting.
Amen i an smiff, com. . .
s irti American Sugar.
I,IM a in Te I a 'l>i Co . . .
. i'i> Amer Tobacco, com....
im Amer Tobacco, pfd. . . ,
i. u?i Anaconda Copper.
( JOn Atchison.
IM \tluntic Coast Line ....
\ C. L of Connectl< ut.
i .no Baitimoreand Ohio.
i mo Bet hieben steel Co.. com
4'm Bethlehem Steel Co. pfd
Bethlehem Steel c<> pfd
I.KM Britleh-Amer. Tob. Co, .
I.Mt Brooklyn Rapid Transit
10? Central Leal her. com . . .
S.'JM Canadian i'm Iflc.
s.joo California Petroleum . .
3.200 Chesapeake and Ohio. ..
V?i <'hicHK Iirout Western.
a?> Chi tireat Western, pfd
I ( In Mil A St Paul....
Ml < i tioible Steel Cor . com
_*40 Crucible steel, pfd.
taw < ol r'.iol ami I n>n.
( oloiailoA Soillhertn. . .
soo Consolidated Has.
1 Ml i urn Prod note, cum
.U0 Den a Rio (Iran., com . .
14M Krie. ... .
4?0 Krie. 1st pfd.
rod Mining A Sin . pfd
( ion W. lit line Tub. Co
I.MI Orenl Mori hern, pfd...,
4'? Urea! Nor Ore. Ctfs. . . .
.;??> I n; erboro- Met.
? iJO I tit erboro- Mot pfd. . .
6So Inf Harvester, com.. . .
IM Inl Mi r Marine.cow
Ml International Paper
Open. High Low. Bid
I Is' ,
open High, how Bid A skod
imm Wh m
id 1 nt Paper, pfd
SOU Kan City. So..
is ???) I.i high \ alloy.
Liggett .* M ?reis To
v*> Liggel I a M irere To
:iju la.rillard Tob., com.
" Lorillard Tob . prd .
Loisville a Nashville.. . .
?1 mo Mexican Petroleum.
" ;i?i Miami Copper. ..
I um Mo . Kan and 1 oxas . . .
, ??1 M issouri Pacific.
40U National Biscuit.
-i?) National Lead .1
v TM N'ow York Central.,
Iii N V Ott) A Western. .
IM N'urfiiik a aVeetern.
-, i*ii Northern Pudfic.,
Pacific Mail. ..
I Mt Pennsylvania.
ion People's Has.
IM i' C c A st I. com. . .
pressed Steel Car.
Ky. Stoel Spring 04MB ....
; siNi Heading.? ? ? ? ?
S ROPUDlM Iron a Steel...
Son Hep Iron a Steel, pfd. . .
:, ;i?i Hock Island.
a so? Kt.ek Island. pLi
?no seaboard An Lin.m
3110 Seaboard Air Lino. prd..
?11 001) Southern Pacific.
" ? Ml Sout horn Hallway. ???? ?
V?j Southern Railway, pTd.
41m Texas Pacific.
-.7 soo In ion Pacific.
i s. C. I Pipe, com ...
1 soo United cigai Stores.
1 soo United states Rubber.
Ii7>l0 I S Stool.. . ..
1 7>0 U, S Stoel. pt'i ........
"30o Virginia-? ai Chemical
Va -Car. Chemical, pfd
Va R.v A Power et*4M
\ a Ky A Power pfd. . .
Ml Wabash.. . ?.
2 100 Wabash, pfd..
i IUJ0 Western union.
400 Western Md.. com.
a* Western Md.. pfd.??
4 ." ,
break the market ruled rery steady late in
the dav . with the close only a point or two
off from the best The improved lone or
Southern spot advices was considered th?
feature of the d?>. hut talk around the
ring reflected little change in the genera
ax ?trage of local sentiment, and many attrib?
uted the bulk of the day ? buying to cowrine
iff short*. ITivate reportd of a sti-adltr spot
'situation, however, were confirmed to some
cxteent bj official ad\ices showing the South?
ern markets gt narally unchanged to c ent
higher Liverpool attributed the relative
steadiness there to continual byuing and a
more favorable view of the situation in the
Cotton spot closed quiet middling uplands.
13 middling gulf. U 25 Sales, none.
Cotton futures market ? k>*, d fJrin
open High. Low. Close.
January.12S3ta-it> I2.7U 1J.3U I2*?<a.7i'
February. .. Mull
March.12.0?<alii u.? 12.0? 12.251*2?
April.12 12(414 17.73<a,25
May.12. t??*l4 12.2? 12.9? OMtf?
June. I. !oj .1
July.12.97 <a0* 12.21 12.04 12.20*1:1
August.ll.<?<a?7 11*7 ILK I2.0SK19
September.IUI .. .. ilm <?.?>;
October.HUM 44 11.44 il 38 11 r i; 4>
November. 11.45 .
December.l! ?1W44 11.44 II 44 11.47434?
t enon sready: Middling. IMtt net receipts.
4?7 bales, gross receipts. 6.S7I hales: stock.
tl.>..1K bales, export: coastwise. 4.430.
Total to-day at all ports?Net receipts. I
22.3?:; export to tirea; Britain. 14??: to France.
14.27?; to the ?,'ontlnent. OJU; lo Japan. 2.721:
Consolidated at all potrs? Net receipts.
lin.06g; export to Great Britain. 62.473: to
France. Mass; to the Continent. ?5.52*; to Ja?
Total since Sepytember 1 at all orts?Net
receipts. : export to t.reat liritaia.
2 54?.1??: to France. H3.54?: to the fontinent.
2.207.443; lo Japan. HI HI to Mexico. 1.1?.
New Orleans. La.. January IV ? In spite of
a higher Liverpool market than expected,
cotton futures poened steady at a decline
of two lo three points Tbe market grad
aully advanced, however, and the close was
steady, with prices showing a net advance
of seven lo foune?*n point*
At the opening bears found fault with the
small spot sales la Liverpool, and the mar- ;
ket as a whole appeared lo be influenced by
?b? pessimistic utterances fronm Wall Street.
At a decline ?>f ofur points under yesterday's
rises, however, profit-taking became heavy
among shorts These purchases caused a
reaction, and at the end of the fl*rt half-hour
of business prices were five points over yes?
terdays close. Support continued to romr j
from the shorts throughout tbe morning scs- .
sion and at noon prices were ten lo eleven i
poinis cover yesterday's final. In the after?
noon ibe market was very steady and fairly
Spot cotton steady, unchanged: middling.
12's ; sales on the spot. 41s hales: to arrive. ?*?.
4 lo*ing ? Future*- January. 12 42: February.
OM; March. 12.10 May. 12 14; Ju ly 12.51: Au?
gust. 12 07; October. 11.53.
NEW YORK PRO DICE MARKET.
New ^ ork. January IV?Flour, quiet.
Whcal. firm: No I red. pJSll and lie*1, :
No I Northern Duluih. 11 n;<A . 4'orn. firm
Hides, petroleum and molasses, steady.
Leather and rice, firm Wool, rosin and tur?
pentine, uuiet. Haw sugar, steady, refined,
steady Butter, firm. I hees'-. steady. Cof?
fee, spot steady. Km ;*. 1 , cents: Santos 4s.
p.'? cents, mild, quiel ?'ordova. l?<" is cents.
rotatoc*. steadier. Florida. 12? H: Maine,
bag. t: f*t2 W estern, bag H 404a$1.4;.
I atihige and peanuts, steady, unchanged
4"ottonseed oil was fairly active, with
prices higher on scarcitv <if crude offerings,
covering of shtirts. buying by cotton bouses
and support from refiner* ''losing prli es
were five to right points net higher Sales.
II ?v> barrel* Prime crude. 4 Mca5.no: prime
*urimer yellow spot. *.l2**i*.J5. January, r R.
February. 4 12. March -P. April. SIM." May.
?.21: June. ?20; July. 4.2?. \ugust. 4.10. prim""
winter yellow. ?HS??*?: prime summer white.
l.Oi 4L M 4 R KET t.1 ?>T 4T1IINS
Furni?h?*d by Levy torn mission Co.. ?*om
mi-sion Merchants. Richmond. Va >
Richmond Va January 15. l?U.
Actual Wholesale Quotations on Market.
LIVE pot I.TRV.
Turkeys, lb .I* SJ 1?
< he kens, choice, lb .i* 4a. 14
Hi ns lb. ...14 4? ?
Iioosters. each .ii to 40
Oeesa. far. iarge. eacb.70 us.
i.rese small, ?ach .^.so a
Dae ha. large, young. Ih.14 ?15
Dil'k- .-mall voting lb II 1 :. t
DHI >*KI) CHI I.TKV
Ilia 1- and feet off
Turkevs. choice, lb .21 4"
Turk?ys fair lo good, lb.71 St 22
? Hi bseavah .is *?
Ducks. Ih _. to 1.",
I.erse It,. f Rfjf
Rabbit, eaeb. . .ts 4? ti
Ei.t.s 1 rated
Inru'c* neart.v . fo*.h do/ .... St 21
In ctraes. oth?r seetions dog..... 4? 23
Hi TTr R
I ?teil- -ti II' . ?> 3
M'r-hant. . fai- It ... *? HJM
l it E sT?m K.
\ esls. ?boiee to fam-> t>.. at D I
Veals poor total- Ih. to y><t
CalTet runm-s R> . 4 at ?
:,, ptie R SB
NTh 1 < 1 Ki ll H \?
? Hit ??.0 4.R4.IN HARRI 1
raste. IR . Jaaaary H tloi sad mm
vrij-rw. ? Osts No. :?!>'??
??Sfidsnf X44, ash
Leaditag fu'aret 1 o-ssa um? .i > -.
??prn M ,1, I . ?
Mer.asv. <*., **-? a?
Jvii> ........ ? t*. ? > p/H
_ gWpRjfjRl .??*, . R*? fj
COR St ?
January. .. - . ei
M 11 ,
July. 34 34*, UM 34' i
scpttinber.S3", 34*, 33", 34?,
January. 19.07 18.? 1*07 11.20
May. i?, to 16.5? 1s.37 is.55
I. a kd?
Januarv.' ?.72 ?.75 ?.73 9.73
Mav. ?.?.? ?.97 ?.?0 ?97
July. . 9 ?7 10.? ?*5 MuH
JauuarT. ?.:? ?.*J 9.77 ?.77
May.". t.92 ?.?5 ?.87 9.95
Baltimore. Md.. January' II ? Wheat, steady
BaltioDire. Md.. January HV- -Wheat,
steady, eontraet. 11.0S?, . Corn. easier; con?
tract. MM- Oats. Arm; No. -' white. 40
?tandard white :9. Kye. inactive; No. 2
Western dome-tic. 72.
RICHMOND GRAIN MARKET.
Richmond. Va.. January 15. 1913
WHOLESALE QUOTATIONS ON ex
wheat -far lots
No. 2 red. Western. *? 1.12
No. red. Virginia . ?? IM
No. 3 red . . ?* 1.07
Virginia hag lots. 1?) V- IM
j No. 2 white. 4? (a
No. 3 white. 51 ?
I No. 2 mixwd. 5*
I No. 3 mixed. 57 4"
Virginia, bag lots. ? <?'
Corn un the cob. 9 60
No. 2 mixed. -is 4o.
No 3 mixed . M7 m
, No. 2 white .... . (??
No. 3 white. 36'i m
Winter seed, bag lots. <"
RYE far lots.
No. 2 rye. 4*
No. 3 rye. <* ?9
RICHMOND HAY MARKET.
Richmond. Vs.. January 10. 1913.
Following are the quotation- of the H eh
mund Hav Kxcliange
HAY? far MM
No. 1 Timothv. I MM
Standard. %\ OM
No. I Timothy. MM W
No. 3 Timothy. BUM <"- i", on
I.igbl clover, mixed. U OM
No. i clover, mixed. HM '"
No. 2elover. mixed. 1250 <" MM
No. I clover.. *t 16-30
Nu 2clover. . .Nominal
Straw, compressed. ** ? 50
Straw, loose pressed, large
t bales. . 1 UM
Shuck-, compressed. 11.00 tr> 12.00 1
, Shucks, loose pressed, large '
bales. . 19.50 s> It op
CATTLE MARKE I s.
: Nrw York. January 13.?Sieers. alow,
l-teady: bull- and cows, steady to strong
steer-. ?4 II M f?C. bull*. 15 to $6 30. io?>.
I io I* . falves?n-al-. steady to strong,
olher calves steady. Veals. $s to M RtlJJS;
eul!-. as M P t>arnyard calves, t'. lo |s.t5;i
Wi sterns. MM lo V "jO. yearlings. $4 to 11 ;j.
Sheep and iamb? sh.-cp higher, lamb- -teady.
Sheep. ?4?:. la ?4: cull-. 13 to 14. lambs. l>
IOS9.73; cull-. Is lofl. yearlings. 16 toj? Hi.es
Arm to higher. mH um weigh;-. 1". !ihgt hogs
and pig- I" lo 1" . coarse. hca\ y hug.-. 17 i).
fhiraeo. III. January 13 ?t attle: Market !
slow and weak to 13 cents lower, beeves. ,
$5 ?nittl? rows and heifers. U 7} w.t: v..
calve-, r >*1IM M Bulk or -ales. 17 WmMM '
, Sheep Market slow and !?<?? :?> cents lower !
native, ft.v.erM I"., lambs, native. M 70t?g*.on. I
New York. January 13 - The cotton good
market ?a- quiet and steady. Worsted yarns
foe sweater purposes were easier. Cotton
varns ruled quiet and easier. Jobbers rrport
, ed an expanding trade with retailers.
Ml GOODS MARKET
N A V AI STORKS
Wilmington N" f . Januarv 13 - Spirits
turpentine si.., : ? , rr. two ca?k
1 liosin stead> f ?e . rrr.iprs. none Tar flrrn.
receipts, sixteen barrels frude turpen?
tine flrni. it and 14 receipts none
Savannas. <<a . January 15.?Turpentine
Arm. 3?', rents, sales,. 4S). rereipts. Ml: sbip
! meats. 71? stork. *>.*di Rosin Arm sales.
ereetpts. i.ix.. shipments. 45S. ?in k.
;?' ? i),,,,.- A B . *4 m to 15.35. f. D K . 1
MM to ?.?. r.. MM I i ' t-4"to?-4S:
II I ? I 1 h 1 . M and N . V.15.
W. O-. 17 j?: W. W . r js
Nrw Orleans la January 14 ? Rmrt-i.
.-wi barrels rosin turpentine, none Expotrs
for Kottrrdaai. 4SI barrles rosin.
MARINE INTEI I.I4.EN? E.
tort "i' Ell HMOMD. JAM AkV i*. EM
\ H HIV E D
Steamer Berkdrv Shrltry. Norfolk, mer?
chandise and pa?enger? old Dominion IJne
M <mrr isjeara. Fur man. Petersburg and
Jan.- Rur? linditir ntT'h?mli?r and pas?
senger-. 1 u.-msr. IJne.
Steam*- BerV'l. shellv Norf.-lk. me
cbandise and passengers. Old Dominion Line.
steamer I'ocahontas. Braves. James River
landing*, merchandise snd passengers. Vir
i ginia Navigation Co.
Steamer Aurora. Furmsn. James River
landings and Petersburg, merchandise and
passengers. Furman IJoe.
NEGRO REV SES
"Stage Fright and Bad Head?
ache Kept Him From Tell?
Washington. January 15?William
Winkfleld. the former Standard Oil
negro messenger, who has told the Sen?
ate < ommittee investigating campaign
? funds of his participation in the sale
?of the "Archbold letters.'' made ma?
terial alterations in his testimony when
he reappeared to-day before the com
1 mit tee
Winkfleld told the Senators he had
"stage fright and a bad headache yes?
terday." bic that he later remembered
that one telegram, two letter copy
books and three parcels of letters were
tukfii by himself and Stump, another
messenger, and for his chare he got
II.300. which he believed to be one-third
i of the price paid He said he under?
stood they were sold to the New York
Winkfleld told of being called into
?lohn I). Archbold's office and ijues
Monad about removing the letters
The witness said that Mr. Archbold
told him Stump could prove he had
taken them YVinkflold said he denied I
he took the letters.
" This is the first time I ever acknowl- ?
l iig'-d mv part in the matter." said j
I never admitted it to Gilehnst '
Stewart or ?<> collier's. I have never
told Mr Arch bold about it."
The witness said that Mr. Archbold
discharged him because he believed 1
he knew something about the letters
hemg taken 1'nder cross-examina?
tion witness said the letters were in
Mr. Archbold's desk and that he and
Stump got them by using a key he j
found. Winkfleld testified that he and
Stump :tnd a man named Zimmer
would fake the batches of letters out
to sell them.
'Stump and I would remain on the.
outside while Zimmer went la to get
the money." declared Winkfleld.
Wiririfidd swore that he bad not told
Gilchriel Stewart he had received 134 ODO
for the la'ters as was said in the state?
ment Stewart prepared for former
(leorge w Stump, chief cleik of the;
traffic department of the Long Island ;
Kailroad. tes'iflcd that on one occasion [
he returned to Krank Barstow, of the ?
Standard Oil offices, two or three letters 1
he had taken i>y force from his seven?
teen year old brother. Charles Stump.
To Speak en "Every woman."
At Beth Ah*l,a lo-morrow evening. Dr. E.
ft. < alls, b will take for his subject the moral?
ity pla> Ew\vwoman." On .Saturday
morning he will speak on the subject. "Short
IT ays and l-ong Ways."' Services begin
Friday evening at > U o clock. Saturday morn?
ing at ii o'clock The public Is welcome st all
Drunk While Driving.
lief laring tha* he intended to break
Dp the (.ra'tt'c of chauffeurs driving
automobiles under the influence of
.I'istice t lr it. hfleld yesterday'
rnoining im|>o?e.l a fine ,,f |io and costs ;
on W L l.indsey who was arrested '
by oift.er \V A Moore for driving
RR automobile -vvh-'e drunk
F. F. V.
Fa..*- -Ft fin res- Verified.
CHARLES F. HUDNALL
N? Traveler I Bid* Richmond, Va.
V carov ?1.
I Have $16,000
to invcM what have you got?"
Th.it w.t> tin question of onr of the Imr men of Richmond
wlici ?.trrji - .i> !c\<l i hr.ul on hi- shotiMrr-. .i- .inv man who
w.ilk- our streets.
In Ir-s time than it t.ik*-> to writr thi- .itkertisement, we
told iuni i>f an investment jpH he bought it.
I h< kind of investments thi.s (Vrrnpany rleaU in are Coupon
\ ? mi denominations of 550000 and ?i.ooooo each ?i^ured
l?\ I ir- Mortgage or Ke.il Kstatr\irlding 5 i-> to 6 per cent.
I rr > nothing hettrr and nothing safer.
Virginia Trust Co.,
Capital One Million
I COURT OF RUSS A
EXPECT N6 STORK
w Berlin. January 14?St. Petersburg
dispatches to-day confirmed the report
circulated in Paris that the Russian im?
perial family is awaiting an interesting
event, expected early in the spring.
The court chamberlain has been or?
dered to omit the ('/.uriiia's name from
all court functions, and this is the ex?
planation of why the Km press did not
attend the Christmas festival of the
Cossacks at the palace recently.
Czar Nicholas II married tho Prin?
cess Alexandra A leg, or Alexandra
I'eodorovnu. daughter of Ludwig IV.,
Urand Duke of Hesse, In November
1904 They have live children?four j
daughters, the Grand Duchess Olga, the
Orand Duchess Titiana, the Urand
Duchess Marie; the Urand Duchess;
Anastasia und one son. the Grand Duke '
Alexis, the Czarevitch.
PASTOR PAYS FINE
ER BIG ROW
Omaha, Neb . January IJ---After
making a dramatic deelaration that he
would 'go to h--l rather than pay a tlo
fine," in police court. the Rev Krank M
Weeks, a Presbyterian minister, und
owner of the Lafayette apart merits, to?
day paid the fine levied for assault upon
Williani Kuhn, a department store mes?
senger. Kuhn was delivering two suit
cases to the apartment and being unable
to open the electrically-operated frmit
door, forced the lock. The Rev. Mr.
Weeks ejected Kuhn with force.
TUWCI5H AiND ROMAN BATHS
Table d'Hote Dil
Sanday evening, g
?r Satorday ai_
ff o'clock. ?1.50
The most magnificent hotel In the
South. Ku'opean plan. Rooms single
and en suite, with and without baths
Spacious sample rooms.
Clab Breakfssat- _,
The Valentine Museum
EL.EVKNTH AND CLAY STREETS.
Open daily from 10 A. M. to S P. it
Admission. _.vc Free on Saturdays
The Confederate Museum
TWELFTH AND CJLAT STREETS
Open ? A. Id. to 5. P. M.
Admission, :5c pre* on Saturdays.
H607 Hanover Avenue.
Half session begins February
Mail ?7452 U
I ;. ARCADIANS
T%e Lsrgest snd I- meat Strainer to
Rcur.rl Trip. 130 ar.t up 1st class extcta
Orotava every Tufsdsv. b- ginning
Tickets Interuhangt ab:?, with Quebec S.
Program 'Royal Mai. H Folder) ?on
tateasB Maps and details of j? different
CT'BA. JAMA It 4. PANAJIA
may be had on application.
The ItayaJ Mail "team racket Ca.
SANBFUSON A SOS On. Agts. X?
BCsttS ?) NT; SAMt'KL U BOWMAN,
704 T. Main Srr?->. oll AKT LOCAL
STEAMSHIP TICKET AGENT.
OLD DOMIXtOlS UXk
br. Richmond foot of Ash St. dally 7:??P. at
?aavs Newport News.is a. SC
Arrive Norfolk.<o* a. at
Connect* with main line steamers leaving
Norfolk tor New York daily, except Sunday.
T:49 P. at Connections also mads by If. A
W. By. 1 f M. aad C. A O. By. at 4 P. at
N.ght ilne steamers stop at Claremoat ts
Saat or receive passengers on signal, sod wUi
be met bf public conveyance.
TItMilMA KATBSATIOM CO. fEffeeUss
March 11.)? James River by daylight fsr
Norfolk sod Old Point. Newport News aad
atl Jamei BJeei landings Steamer leavss
Monday. Wednesday and Friday at 4 J? A.
M F-etgM received for all Jarr.ee River
Winter Trips "By Sea"
BOSTON AND rKOVIDCNTB.
Ptegmr-s?Norfolk to Boston dally, except
Thursday, to Providence. 'Monday. Thurs?
day and faturday. 4 P. M. *Kr?ght oaiy.
Through tickets oa sale to principal polnta
Fine steamers, excellent service, low fsrea
Wireless telegraph Send for book et.
App r C St tX Fr.. I*. * W. By, ?. H
Bowman. No 7? E. Main Street, and Rich?
mond Transfer Company N- xss K Mala St.
"?IT MR. nnustv
About personally conducted cruises to
Cabs. Jsmslca. Panama. West Indies
and Bermuda. January 4, ?. ta. 1(. ?n.
;j and :J. Febrosry l. ?. ;s. tj and ;S.
March 11. 27 and Special Indue
mcnts for January 4, ft. IS aad is. Call
for illustrated programs
a. if. arm Ma*.
Independent Tourist Agent.
TOS fa?? ?sin street. Itlrfcmond \ a.
TO **D r?0* WASHING TOM AMD Sir OVO
T as ?i Richmond
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The Bank and Business
The bank is no longer considered as a mere dYrxjsitory for
surplus funds?it offers a service indi&pcnsiblc to the house
using twentieth century business methods. There are different
kinds of banking service, however, and we would like to tell
Richmond's Strictly Commercial Bank
has to offer you. An interview with our officers would be mu?
Planters National Bank
OF RICHMOND, VIRGINIA.
Surplus and Profits.$1,450,000.00
Are You a Bad Investment or Do You
Pay a Dividend?
No corporation pays dividends out of its gioss earnings It is only
the in-1 income whi< h can lie used for that purpose. It is the same
with the individual no matter what your earning capacity niay be.
if you do not save something each year, over and above your expenses
you arc a BAH I.NVKSTMKN'I' for you can not declare a dividend!
Pla.-e yourself on a dividend paying basis. Capitalize your earnitig
power. Put by something each month out of what you make and, as
the principal stockholder, you will reap your reward In the profits
THE BANK OF COMMERCE AND TRUSTS
1*flieg yon to make it the depository for the funds you can save and out
ol which you expe. t to pay dividends to yourself.
.1 Per Cent. Interest allowed on Mayings Account?.
"The Home for Savings"
Set apart a specific amount of your salary each week and
deposit it in this STRONG, PROGRESSIVE and CONSERVA?
TIVE bank. It's a habit easily acquired, and you'll be sur?
prised how quickly your balance will grow. We pay 3 per cent
interest per annum, compounded semi-annually on savings
Start the habit-this week by opening an account with
The Central National Bank
CAPITAL ....._._. $350,000.00
Atlantic Coast Line
Ihr standard Kaliroad of the South.
KfTBtTlVE JA.NfART S. i?lj
TRAI o ..,.iw: tCK-efhUf-STD IiAlt.T
Vor Korida and South: t:li A. M and
? X P. M . >:4* 1- M . 12 3 A. II.
Far Norfolk. >:00 A. at.. IMP at. < 1? p.
For at * W. P.j Went: * it A. at.. >M A.
M.. 2:00 P M . ? so P at
For 1*<-ersburs: O ? A. m ( ? A. M.
1 :i A. il . ?<*J A M . 4.5* A. m 00 P. at .
? 10 1'. M . ? * r. at . ? * F. M . ? j? i: at.
Bal P. M.
For GolSsriro snd Fainter::.*: ?? :a p. M
Trains arm.- Rlchmend dal'v: 106 A. si.
7 :UU A. M . 4 M A ? . > JO A )| , 1 I A m .
??W:4? A M , 11 ?0 A 14. lu P. VI. ?ism
P. M . mm P. al. ?:X P. M . S 0? P. 31.. t.H
r. m.. 11:30 P M.
?Except Sunday. ??Sunday only.
Chesapeake & Ohio Railway
T:M A?Locai ?Dai.y*??wport Nasr*
i li A.?Local -Daily?Cb'rllia. Ex l a.
??:? A.-Exprsaa?Daily-Norfolk. Old Patat
tit 0? A?Locai?Dali??Lrhbg., Lex. 42 Fcrsj
'12 S? Noon? Exprest? Dal.y?Norfoia, Old Ft
?1:B ..i;????-:???.> ' In L'vUle.
t?.M P.?Expraes?Daiir?Norfolk ML Newa
4.06 P.?tocal ?Dally?N. Neva Old Point.
1:14 P.?Locai?Ex. Sun.?Oorlonarlila.
1:1* P?Local-Ex. Sun.?Lrncbbar*.
?4 M P ?Limited?Daily?Clncta\t, Ca*ca?*
?11:M P.?Express? Del.y?Cincinnati, brills.
?Sleepers tParler cam
TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOJvD? Lacal from
East: j v. A. :.t T:4S P. at Tbroush from
Saat: ILM A. If . I ? P. M . ?:? P. at Local
froa> West I IS A at. "IS A M. and
i:X P. If. Thrausb: i M a M li 44 A at
and j -?? P bf
Janes Rlvar Line: "1:? A. at 7:1? P. at
PREMIER CAKhlER Or THB SOUTM.
Trams Lear? Richmond.
N. B.?Following schedule fix p-oolLie
I aa aa information and not guaranteed:
ror the South?Dally: 4 1? A. at. Loeai
:? ?6 A. bt Expreaa, i c P. It Cxpraaa,
?Ith ?;*etrlc r-r-* Sleeping Cara fur At?
lanta and Birmingham. 11 44 r. bt Exprssa
Weak Dais 1 OS 1'. bt. Local.
YORK RIVER LINE.
4 53 p. M.-Daily-foanecllns; for Balti?
more bton. W'ed and Friday ?:w A. m.-Ex
San. aad Mi p- m-?Mon. Wed. and Fridar
Trains Arrrtre Richmond.
From the South ? SS A. at and ? 49 A bt.
I.SB p. bt.. IS p. m dally; It 44 Ex Sva.
From West Polat. S:m A. bt. dally: 11 _m A
at., at on. Wed and Frl . 47S P. at Ex. Sun.
I. E BL'ROEFS. D P. A_
SST E. Mala St Pboe* II? ? tm TTi.
Rlebmoad ti>< r heistpea.Se baa. St- Oas
Schedule of Electric Train* effe Ttr. May
m. an Leave Richmond. LaurfM end Broae
Street*: HIS A M. ?7:1? A St. bS IS A
m . ? -* h. m . **1S M A m . U:m A m . 1.JS
V (a- 2 IS p m. 1 IS p. at M m P. m. 13
r. m.. s m r. m.. Urn p. m.. aSeM p *.
h j I ? .::?]' m. Eraeo atbSsa. Eag
aoU and Maple fctrceta: *S.4s A m.. a *T.a? a
S , I a A. m.. BVM A. M . IIS A m . -U n
a ? . *u os m . saj sa p ?. 1 ?s p m. i at
P M . 4 M P m.. kt M 4. m 4 SO !? m . ; st
P. M . 4 M P. at . bS M r. M. 11 M f>. m.
?Dally except ?wstr ?Sis .aa/ ealy
Ricfaraoud & Prtersbvf Bectric lUitSny
ears MESS Mancaeotsr, Soveaia aad ? ?rr,
.?iir.ix for PeieraSairaj.
?, ?S. M. 1.. 13 A E. I t 1 4 I
"IStt. t1?f. ? ?
UM r at- for Cbostar. 12 M m'4n.?M toe
Cara learo reterabanf. feet ef dreamers
?4 U ?Sa. ?I M. t M IP It *1S?. 1141
A M UM -.Sa. IM. It NM 4M 4m
?7.4V I t ? M. *!? 4S. II 44 p M
iDai.y- Ea. Sundays and belMara
-? bstdsas* sad exereaa
"U?l tod?Except Sanders aad be! Idar a
All aaea frort? Petersburg roaaect wltS
Bare Pss Kicbmsed
Ttmo ef arrreai aad Separtare aad ea*>
C. b CAMPRELL. D a A- T*S Mala St.
eeetfaaa a??t suaraa'eod
Norfolk & Wettern Railway
O.v.V ALL RAIL LIME TO ^SOtsSTOLK.
Srhedsie is EaTeea September It tSU
Leave aryrd Street Statloa. Rlcbmoad. FOR
?ORPOLK ISA M.. "JSS p. M . ?? .1 p.
for LTvcHBtrun AtTD the srcrr ?i U
A. M. ?S M A M. ?S M F M . ?? M F at
Arrlra Rlcbmead from forfeit ?71 M A
. t M F M 11 M P bt From the Wae?,
at a M . at M F. at a: ? F. M ?4MP
?? a> f M
aDaliv es. Saasa?. baanSay oat?
B BaTviLL Paea Traf MST
C SAt'.?JT?F.?t?, O F A. ajeaaab?. Vs
at argtjurr. d r a. ?wm m
This Hank bas an abundant
measure of security, essen
tial to safety.
It has the capacity for
transacting all banking busi?
ness in the most efficient
It never tires in supplying
the legitimate needs of its
customers, and is prompt and
Ninth and Main.
Capital and Surplus,
Wc will mm\ M tkm Bichmond Stock;
, Exrhance. on JANI ABY 21. AT 12 II
? P. IL, for account of whom it may con
corn. 25 ?h?ren ..f Smith-Courtney
Company eto-jk. rceerring the right ta
DAVtVPORT A COMPANY.
Iltl Kaat Main Street. Richmond.Va.
E. A. BARBER Jr.,
Certified Publlr Arroontaat.
E. A. BARBER & CO.
A< < 1)1 NTIVI., At DITTN?..
11\ Mutual Building,
?e Mad. .VI?I. Blrhmoad, Va.
V'our account is welcomed, be it
grr? or small.
Manchester National Bank
One <A our Home Savings Bank?
will help you to save money.
->p.?i*n?iut tn lM-*
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a p ? glrar i rw eaa esacbee. Atlanta,
-ro.ngxam ?avaaaea, BataWweBJB: Taxi
M - ljmtt?d BS A M-ateaaeea a ad
Jacl<??rrrlt> 111 P ?--e?