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New York. January 17?Another
??r? of depression swept over the
stock market to-day. hut the list showed
more recuperative power than during
ice unsettled ptiros earlier in the week,
and a smart rally later in the session
, sii. elled the larger part of the losses
?itnonn the active issues.
The market develofsrd some strength
..::< r the opening, but isolated points of
weskness were uncovered, chiefly among
- i't;cs such as Telephone. Rubber
h'd l-crtiurtcr shares. The depression
spread through the list and during the
noon hour prices receded sharply in all
.. ?is under heavy selling. Quota?
tions were borns down close to the lew
\ < I toui hed on Tuesday and in a few
instances below that point. During
the afternoon the tone was heavy until
in the last hour an upward movement
set in. At the low prices of the day
. ? as. ranged from one to six points
with more extended declines among the
According to the gossip of the street,
there was a considerable amount of
? - lie" selling. Throughout the week
there has isee n notn-eabie a disposition
to sell stocks whene\cr the market itn
I.i?>ved. and the dstduettoal was made
that stocks were being fed out as
r.ipidly as the condition of the market
would warrant At the same time there
was unmistakable evidences of active
short selling, ami borrowing of stocks
in the "loan crowd' am the Kxchange
this week is said to have been the
heaviest in more than a year Un
? uily large d. rnand was reported for
Blast. Ama.lgati.4ted. Smelting. Reading ,
and l_"nion Pacific.
1'orecasts of to-morrow's bank state- i
ment indicated another large cash gain
rattmatoe ranging from WtMMN to!
The bond market showed slight heavi
ress although there was aoBaa improve- ;
ment in a well-known issue. Total
sales, par value. C OSO.Oitf. United
States bonds were urn hanged on call. i
Total sales. 4.53.MO. including' Amal?
gamated Copper. 3S.900. American To-j
bacco. ?00; A. C. la. 1.300. C A <?.. 400:,
l,ehigh Valley, .VS00 L A N.. 1100; N
A W? ?00: Heading. S7 ?00; S. A. L. pre?
ferred. 300, Southern Hallway. I ion
do. preferred. 1 us; Tennessee Copper, I
2.400. Union Pacific, IS ?00. United states j
Steel. 1I?.000; V C. C, H?.
New York. January 17 ?Money on
call steady. 24 <a3 per OSnt : ruling rate.
2'? ; . losing bid, IS : offers*! at 21? .
Time loans easier: sixty days. 4 per
cent; ninety days. 4M1? ; six months.
Trime mercantile paper. 4?4 to 5'4 .
Slerling exchange strong, with actual,
business in bankers' bills at 4 h32o for
sixty day bills, and at 4 S730 for demand.
Commercial bills. tMH '? bar silver.
?3c: Mexican dollars. 49c; government
bonds steady . railroad bonds easy.
RICHMOND STOCK MARKLT.
By Richard W. Maury.
Stock and Bund Broker, lot3 Baal Main Street.
Richmond. Va . January 17. HB.
STATS SECURITIES. Bid. Asked.
\ irginia3s. old c. A R.. Mi. R ?7?,
\ irginia Centuries. ;-j C.S It. M'j 17
Richmond City 4s. R..is?)-!S? . . . K
Richmond city is. c. A K . ?7
RAILRo \D BONDS
A- C I- R. It. eon. trust. t%. ?5
C. ft o gen. mnrt is a. ISM. ag
(ieorgla. Southern anil I Ia.. IS45. . 1<>4
Oa. aad Ala. roosnl is. isss.104
Seaboard Air Line 4?. lviii . Ii
Seaboard adj Ss. is? . . 74
South-rn Railway ist is. itat. 10?
So. R> dev. and e m Is ISM. 7?
WnliTuN c. i?t .-.<-.. I?i4 ... Ml
BTBBET railway STOCKS.
V a. By. aad Power Co. prd . . . ito tn, ?j
Va. Kv aad Power Co.coaa._M ;i
Chesapeake and Ohio. 100 7?
Norioik and S/eataracosa.iou 112
Southern Railway, pfd .11? 7?ij
Southern Railway . com.ion ?s
BANK AND TRI ST CO. STOCK.
Bread Street .2i Su
Hank of < omincrrc and Trusts. i ? !97
Central Naii.>nal Bank.M 142
Kirst National .lUi 2S3 BS
Mechanics and Merchants . . . . 10S SE
Richmond Bank and Trust Co. 3i 2?'i
Ri-'bmond Trust pad sav. Co. .11? BS ini
Savings Bank of Hir hm.ind ... S) <a
I nlnn Bank of Richmond.su IM
A irginia Trust Co.Iiu 1SS
West Lnd.2i U ?
AHU-f halmers .V. ctfs. on !
American Tobacco Co. old 4s bid. at |
American Tobacco Co. old is tud. lit '
Atlantic Coast Line 4s aid . ?sp4 '
Atlantic Cosel Line-1. & N 4a. ?i
A C. L- conv 4? in Baltimore, bid. SJ'j '
Chesapeake and Ohio coov.4 ;-js. r.'i4
Liggett a Myers is .
Liggett a Myers7a bid . ijui,
Lonilard Ci mpar.y It bid. '
Lorlllard Company :> bid . :., ,
Norfolk and W esiern con\ 4s. IHM
Seaboard Air I.ipc -tamperl 4- bid.. Si j
Seaboard Air'Vin- adj.. ~s bid. 75 4 ?
Southern Railway 4?. -5 1
Southern Railway is. K4"4
U S. Steel i'nd Se. isp,
I S reai-t'Ted >.!??. bid. ;ri;.
t'. S registered'.s. u ;l bid. ..,
1 S Panama new j. 1,1 . 1; ,
Virginia-Brown Bros. I tfs ,bld>. il
\ i-cmia-t arolina < hemical ist 5s. ?7
A a Ry . and Power < o.asked.. (t
tVaba-sh det> 4s bid. t>
WaaaaSrfftna Term. 1st i? hid. 23
\rw York. I?c.::*-t [7.?An early decline!
carried pric?s into low ground for the move?
ment in to-day s aaSSaa market, but rallies
r<.'!owed. and the clo*e waa steady, net un?
changed to x points figber January led the
advance with th< more ac-ive old crop months
showing final on- af from to 7 patsM
The market apSMd baratS sic?d>. ai an
ad-, aiye of one point ..n Unitary, but gen?
erally i to i points inwrr. and sold : to ? aatggs
below the rsaaaag Sgwrai u-i mghi <i .r.ng
Iks* firs i few minutes There pan awaraaBjM
selling ord?rs around the ring, which appeared
to be largely for Soithe-n account hut
while thl? provided a f.a-i? f'.r further claims
that interior holder* b-dgir.r the ..r. r
? r-gs wer? sill ?'-. ? ? ? : the SwCttae, and
the market soon SsssSapad a steadier tone oa
covering of short\ a' the ear:> l?.w point
prices had shown le. r?-s ?.f o\?r a ??? I
pound from ihe b:rh records of last I??cem
be- ar.d as ic.- - .-? ? -s.? .ti.;,?.
to steady, sentimmt te-i ame rarh-r more
favorable te a rea< 'i"r. This helped the up?
ward roov? meni aggSS ?..\enn? .rvn?1 t >
I? sti mulate.j : ? r:.? ? i ? bj bullish wees .
end figures and the market was tiujie firm
during the afteraooo. wUh .It" h ?: ,| is(er
?Sd crop d-li > f-ie. ?el'.nc al~>ut ? -4? points
Bet higher A flurry of. < ring bv Jan shorts
aaeShaal in only a few s?te? but the p-. ? I
thai position ran up verv sharply, shea r.g
a net gain of a'. :t :4 pomtt n l?a ).., trld.
? be wrwid s \i?ilde stipply i
raaaared with as inereaar of 4
Cwtlon fatu**s rl'e.d |t
??!???-. Higb low ?|ose
JaBwaey . B-Jt I. si u 41 ajj
January . ii V. ;. as jj aj 137?
Mare* . BUI 1:;? it ai
April . 1' sc. ,:?
May . ? ?S1 lUJi at
June. ?s ?
Joty . - ItSi i: ?4 . ,
Sp?4 C?tteW closed
urn do t?u.f 1?b .
Ttxal to-day at ail r'
omf J x ;.c*3oi*xt snTH
THE UNION BANK
BBSS aSaVaV MASH STRtKT
l. as MsKrJ* > START. I PER
CK NT WTERBbTT.
Official Range and Sale of Stocks in New York
300 Allis-Chutmers, %t paid .
7U0 Allis-' hal . | $12 paid
39,90/1 Amalgamated t opper. . .
2. ?33 An.er. Agri Cssm., com
1,200 Amor Beet Sugar, com.
4.Ml American Can.
300 A mom an Can. pfd.
SOOAmer Car and Foundry
I <**> Atiicncan Cotton Oil. . .
1U0 Am. itnie unJ Leather, pr
American Linseed Oil. . .
I,2S0 American Locomotive. . .
Amor Ma.I Co. pfd. . . .
s.300 Aaterioan Smelting.
Amerli aa snuff, com. . .
sou Americas sugar.
?JM Amer Tel. and Tel. Co.
umi American Tobacco, com
Sat American Tobacco, pfd.
1.100 Anaconda Copper.
1.300 \' -iison.
3, jloo Atlantic Coast Line. . . .
A. c. L. of Connecticut,
l'??' Bai Unsere and Ohio... .
1.300 Hothlehem Steel Co.. com
sno Bethlehem steel Co.. pfd
2, MB British Amer Tob. Co. .
I. loo Brooklyn Hupid '1 taiisit
SOD Central Leather, coin. . .
2.530 Canadian Pacific .
. ?? < alifoi nis Pel roleum . . .
sou Chesapeake and (lino. . .
M chicugo Oraal B/aslet a.
Chi. llroat Western, pfd
5 ?00 Chi . Mil. ami St. Paul
a> Crucible Steel Col . corn
15 Crucible Stool, pfd.
TU? Colorado Fuel and Iron.
Colorado and Southern.
too t ort: Products, COM. . . .
.1?' I Jen ..nd Kio Clan . pfd
300 Krie. 1st pfd.
100 red Mm and BBS . pfd.
;??> t ietiorat KUetric.
tleo. \V. Holme Tob Co.
5 ?00 clreat Northern, pfd. . . .
I,sou Groat Noithcrn OreCtfs
300 Illinois Central.
i kM Inter bore-Met., pfd ....
rue in-. Harveetei. oosn. ...
Int. Mar. Manne, com . .
International Paper. . . .
400 ir.t Paper, pfd. ..
X co . Bankers and Hrokers.
Jv'4 384 ;"4
!;?:?? wh j
ith ITJj 174
?i?, 61 ?0
107 108 1064
46?, 46', 46
114 1134 1>4>4
Kan City South . com.
1200 l.chigh Valley ... . ? ? ? ?
Liggett,*, Myers lob DO
Liggett A Myers Tob Bf
Lorillurd Tobacco I mm
Lonllard Tobacco, pfd
Louisville and Nashville
I 0m Mexican Petroleum.
5?i Miami Copper .
tum Mo.. Kan and 1 ox.es
SJts Missouri Pacific .
;> .joi National Load. ..
1 500 Now York Central
500 N V.. Out. an.I Western
aju Nofrolk and Western. . ?
3 150 Noi thorn Pacific.
lea Paotlc Mail.
jin People's lias.
lai P.. C . C. and St. 1. . com
50ii Pittsburgh Coal. com. . .
3110 Pressed Stool < ur.
M Kv steel Spring com. .
1 |iw Hopubiic Iron and Steel
500 Itepubllc I and S . pfd
] .mi Kock island.
I 400 Hock Island, pfd.
Ben board Air Line, com.
200 Seaboard Air Line, pfd
High. Low Bid.Asked
im 4 IHM
301, 3<'4 30?,
st. I.ouis-Southw n-, com.
1.? 4Io Southern Pacific.
1 100 Southern Hallway. . ? ???
1 loo Sou t hern Hallway, pfd.
standard Oil. old.
Texas Pacific . . . .,.
29 700 I'nion Pacific.
I". S. Cast I. Pipe, com. .
2,500 t inted Cigu: Stores
5300 United states Rubber. .
122 2O0 United States Sstoel. . ..
3 500 United States Steel, pfd
6 200 Va -Car. Chemical. .....
Va.-Car. Chemical, pfd.
Va Hv. and Power com .
Va. Hv. and Power, pfd.
inn Wabasb. pfd.
no> Western I'tuon.
Wevman-Hru. Tob., com
1 100 West. Maryland, com. .
iti West Mai yland. pfd . . .
3.600 Utah Copper. -.,.g
Total sales for day. 4.W
Total salts lor week (five day*
140 I36S 13*
t - 4
MM MMi i**1* ,i7^
l(?.i 4 109?,
2'.54.1 bales: eiport to ?.reat Britain. ?31 hales:
to the ?eminent. I tm bales stock. fM.&jO
Consolidated at all ports?Net receipt-.
:?-> 22s bales export to ?.r?-at Britain. ?9 4.13
hales, to Frame. ?.OOi bales: to the t'onti
nent. 11.35? baies. to Japan. 9.477 halt^s:
Total sinee September I at all ports Net
receipts. T IIT.nw ha'es. export to t.reat Britain.
tJOtJM bales; to France. 441.104 hales, to the
Continent. 2.323 473 itales: to Japan. 14?.922
bales: t?i Mexico, i.ayi bales.
New Orleans. January 17. ? Cotton future
opened steady, at a decline of ISld iHiints. in
spite of a loner Liverpool mark el than due
The market, however, recovered, ami the
close -h,'?pil a net advance ?>f .'(".'. point
Immediately afler the opening the market
broke sharply en heat} otTe-ing- from the
spot side the most active months going to a
level Ri-ry points under Yesterday's close, (in
th.- drop sellers of the early part of the week
were heavy buyers tt> realize profits, ami their
purrhiMs checked the decline and brought
about a rronery. At noon the trading month
were ist? points over yesterday's last quota?
tions. The market was quiet, bu* very steady
in the afternoon Spot cotton steady, un
changed, middling. U*4j : sales on the spit.
171 bales, to arrive. M ba'cs.
( losing futures. January. 12.27: February,
h t?; March. i:.S: May. 12.27: July. 12.*': Au?
gust. ll.ST. October. II.40.
local market QUOTATIONS.
Furni-hed by Levy Commission Co.. Com?
mission Merchant- Kiohmond. Va
Richmond. Va . January 17. ion.
Actual tVholeasale Quotations on Market.
Turkeys, lb. If ? 1?.
Chickens, choice lb. 16 (? it
Hen-. Ib. (a. 0
Boosters, each. 33 (<i *)
(ieese. fat. large, each. 70 m
(.eese. small, each . . . .*) ?c r.">
Duck-, large, young, lb. M c 15
Duck.-, small, voting, lb. 12 (" 12'a
Heads and Feet Off.1
Turkeys, choice. Ib. 19 la ?
T?rke vs. fair l?i good, lb. IT (o. It
Chickens, lb. is <" IT
Ducks. Ib. 1? (?>? it
(.etvse. lb. t>* 12'?
Babbits, each. 17 4a. 20
F.t.tiS - ? rated.
In crates, nearby, fresh, doz. ... <?: .'2
lu crates, other section*, doz.... ??. 22
Family, choice, fresh, lb.
Merchants', fair, lb. Bjlj
Veals, choice to fancy. Ib. S) 10
\ eaN poor to fair, lb. 9 tu, ?'j
('alxcs.runners.il>. 6 et, 7
siheep. Ib. ft. ?'j
Lambs, spring, lb. . . . 7 m 7
Cattle, fair to prime. Ib. 3 in- l*3
Hogs, lb. 7 ?a ?
Hams, well smoked, small, lb. . . 2i> Sj U
Hams, well -moked. large, lb... . is ? 1?
sides.wellsniok.Hi.il>. 13 (c
rsboulders. well smoked, lb. 13 (a, 14
Dry. fine. Ib. ??>? 2d
Dry. salt. Ib. 6c I?
tireen. salt. Ib. S) i|i,
Green. Ib. ?n. 10',
(irocn. damaged. Ib. *' ?
Tallow. Ib. ec 6
Beeswax, lb. (?' 1>
Dressed hog. small, per Ib. in .
Dres-ed bog large per lb. 9 Sj ?>j '
Sparerib and iM.ne. frj, lb
M ASSET ? ?IN Di l IONS
Egg-?Demand light, market lower. Live
Poultry?All kinds very pit r.tiful Ibis week,
market over-locked: ?clling slow and lower
Dr< -sed Poultry Weather h? been very un?
favorable and. together with incri a-ed sup?
plies and light demand, market depressed and
lower, tlair.e?Babbits when arriving sound
are in splendid demand. Live Mock ? Veals,
lamb-, sheep and cattle a:e very scarce, de?
mand good. col enough coming to supply
the demand Hides?Market firm. MawSe*
larn ou- Dressed hogs. spa-erit> <nd bone in
good demand, but weather prevailing is moat
unfavorable to \ r:mt us encouraging ship?
m:v\ >okk pkodk k market.
^eew York. January it. Flour. ea-> : No. 2
r.d II m*MU 0*. No. I northern Dulutb II ?>? .
I'eiroleum. Hides. Wool Turpentine. Ktce
Molasse- and I.'ather firm Kosin. quiet
Kaw sugar -t-a.iv. reined, quirt. Butter,
unsettled. Cheese, irregular ( uffir. spot,
?ratet : Klo No. 7. uT? r : Mantow is. IMM a.;
mild, quiet Cordova. !??>..?<-. Potatoes. Pea
:: .' - ai d ' a!jt>ag> - d nil and unchanged.
? ottonseed oil wa- higher ou covering of
short- and moderate sp*-eu!ative buying of
lard and rotton. Hestern refiners were best,
sellers. closing prices were ifcat points net
I ^;.-r. sales. ? barrels. Prime crude.
? ? ' II. prime summer yellow, spot, a.ijw
? ? Januar; .ti(. February. S.ll March. 4L.
April. ?;). May. ?.?. June. ?2J. July. ?25
Augi?i. 4?. pr.me winor yellow. 4 2S?t4.*J:
prime ?uramer yellow. ? Cez.% 79
? HI* ?(.o (.R4I> MARKET.
( hie ago. January - I ocel grain markets
d?s hr?U again la day. while provisions gained
-hfhv V M ? heal o il?i wheat wa- nearly
a i ? at under Iwataraaj s top < om was weak .
all day Pr?.v i-k.bs again advanced on the
light new of hugs.
Leaning futures ranged a< follow
Opea it ifta Low. close '
May.- *^? w, ? ? ar.
JuI.y * B94 Be I
??epteiever. ??', ?? , a> a>>, :
May. BW Wki SM 5>l?t
Jaty. u la gra, jr, .
s.piemt er. *??, u , a?, v .
( ? M s i
May . < , M . BM X*?,
J?l? . ? , ? ? - .
>ep?eeH>#r a 34 '.,
MKS? r*o|;K?Per sa law
Jao'iar?.B4I BUB ? ?2
May. .... !??* ?7; t*?. i? R
LA kd Per 149 Iba
Jan aar? ??c BS 9? ??
Mag.??? b ta tut mm
*m*w.???? m 17 9t ar ?? u
sh gra'n rl???r?? I
Me. I hard, at"
Rt< MMOMI CSAIB M O KI r
Hx-hmeod \ a J.n..-.
Sa la .?e?i
Virginia, bag lots. ?0 <"? JJ
Com on the cob. <"? 50
OATS- < ar lols.
No.I mixi-U. <" 3*'
No. 3 mixed. M H)
No.-?hilf. Ii ??'
No. J white. 19 &
Winter Seed, bag lots. >"> ?
RA K -? ar lots.
No. 2 Rye. 9 "'?
N?a.l?y. <S? ?
RICHMOND HAY MARKET.
Richmond. V a.. January IT. 1*13.
Following an- the tiuolatious on the Rich?
mond Hay Exchange.
No. I Timothy. * 1?.?
No. Timothy.MM M
No. i Timothy .IiM M 1500
Light clover, mixed. M 17 su
No. 1 clover, mixed.1? SO M
No.-?( lover, mixed.12.50 <<-. MOO
No. 1 Clover. *?> MM
No .1 Clover . Nominal.
ilAV - Sample. Nominal.
STRAW- < omprcssed. W 950
Loose pressed, large bales. SI ll.ou
SHUCKS?Compressed.11.00 (a. UM
Loose pressed, large bales.10.S0 (a, 1100
l-oad your cjr- so that hay at doors repre?
sent.- contents, and thus avoid rejections.
This market grades hay in accordance with
the National Hay Association.
BALTIMORE GRAIN MARKET.
Baltimore. January 17.?Wheat, steady:
contract. II 09'; . Corn, easier, contract, ii'jc.
Oats, tirm . No. I white. MMjMM?.; standard
white. 39?<39'?c. Rye. firmer: No. 2 western
New York. January 17. -Beeves, steers and
fat cows, barely steady: bulls. Arm. medium
and common UOwB, steady: steers. ti.ri ij I'50.
bulls. BJSSJM.B! cows. I2.25(.i Se.uo. Calves,
-i,adv. v.als. ?*??.!., f.::->. cull-. ?* or,? ?t o
baimjSId calvts. SwdSS, Sheep and lambs
? Sheep, steady : lambs. 2Jc lower. sheep.
14 I MMM: culls. UM m MM: lambs. $s.fo"? SS;
culls. ftMMjtlM Hogs, higher, ai VM9VM;
pigs, lower, at $7.75.
Chicago. January 17.--Cattle? Market slow
and steady, Seeves, USSSj cows and
heifer-. ShSSiN; calves. r.OOtailLM). Hogs?
Market active: iu i*-. higher, buik of sales,
j: 4 ? ? ir.30. Sheep?Market steady to strong;
native. MMMMJt: native lambs. S?>.7?wi-SS-OO.
DRY GOODS MARKETS
New York. January 17.?The cotton goods
markets were quiet. Jobbers are doing a very
fair business for the season.
Savannah. Oa.. January 17.?Turpentine.
Arm. at . sales. TJ7 casks; receipts. ?03
casks, shipments. J.2S7 casks, stocks. 28.333
ca-ks Ro-iii. firm: sales. LAB barrels, receipts.
1040 barrels: shipments. ?92? barrels; stocks,
MMTi barrels. Ouote: ABC D. 5.30; E. 5.40;
K. 5.4-: Q II. 5.4S?.'5..V0: I. IS#IS; K. SM;
M N. ut; W O. M; \V VV. 7.3?.
New Orleans. January 17.? Rosin?Re?
ceipts. s*3 barrels: export for New York. MSI
l-arrils Turpentine?Receipts. 445 casks, ex?
port for New York. SS0 casks.
PORT Of RICHMON D JANUARY 17. 1913. |
Steamer Berkeley. Shelly. N'orflok. mer?
chandise and passengers. OM Dominion Line.
steamer Aurora. Eurman. Petersburg and
James River landings, merchandise and pas?
sengers. Fur man line.
Steamer Berkeley. Shelly. Norfolk, mer?
chandise and passengers. Old Dominion Lino,
merchandise and passengers.
Steamer Tocahontas. Grave*. Norfolk and
Jam-s Riv,r landing-, merchandise and pas?
sengers. Virginia .Navigation Company.
steamer Aurora. Kurman. Petersburg and
James River landings, merchandise and pas?
sengers. Furman Line.
Review of Trade.
New York. January 17.? Dunn's review to
row will say :
Trade in most Important branches continues
to show a satisfactory gain over last year In
volume of Iran-actions Business sentiment,
however, while confident, is conservative. A
notable development is the marked increase
in railroad activity. While track construc?
tion is at low ebb. the railroads are with eon- '
spicuotis energy, adding lo their rolling stock
and extending their terminal and other
Railroad earnings continue large, the rec?
ord, the gros- earnings for the first week of
January, si.owns a gam of li t per cent, the
larcc-' iTicre^s. m over a vcar
The copper trade is thr only area' industry
which die*- not r? port enrrent Improvemen*.
The di : r.vods n.a'ket is more ar'ive than
last year and the shoe trade also improrrt.
The wheat and rotion mar?ets displayed
considerable it? gularity. foreign commerce
statistics continue to make a remarkable
?Thit.it of expansion in our trade with other
WEEKLY COTTON REVIEW.
New" York. January 17.?There aas been a
? her advance ir. cotton dirine the past
w?sefc. with m??ee active dct;v?-rics in ihr local
aacartosasata At any rate, there has un
doubtedly been heavy general liquidation,
as well as pressure from bearish sources,
while Southern selling has been accompanied
by rumors that interior holders were hedging
tbe.r spots iu ibe contract markets. Increas
ing arrivals of cotton here, supposed to be
partly for delivery on January contract, has.
?I ii icndcd to strengthen a prevailing im- '
araaauM ihat holders were more willing to'
rind an increased outlet than appeared on the
surface, but la spile of these arrivals January
In kacreaaea its premium. Meanwhile there
ha- baaa Itttla or no change in the news from
manufacturing | lit lea Spinners are said to
have ' flvMl prices' on considerable cotton ;
on a -. ale-down, and the recent census report ?
on supply and distribution showed that do- I
Matte consumption for the tlrsl four months
Of Ik* season has been at the rate of about
S.aXi.OOO bale- per year, while weekly trade
statistics are now showing reductions In the
visa bis supply, owing to continued heavy
mill takings and the falling off In receipts.
Oa the other hand, stocks of raw cotton al-j
ready In the hands of American spinners at
the end of December, judging from the recent
eeasua report, were nearly sufficient for four |
CLASS IN WORLD
Bristol, Va-. January 18.?Thn pub- i
In-ation in The Times-Dispatch of a
story recently, to the effect that
Bristol bans claimed to have the largest
Bible class for men in the United
States, if not in the world, has had the
effect to stimulate a nation wide in
tjuiry among Bible students. Many
lctters have been received by the
ofSoera of the Bristol class, which is!
known as the State Street Methodist !
Baraca class. Letters have como from j
almost every State in the union. A ;
?i u' her of a Wisconsin class wrote:!
"Wo thought wp had the largest class !
in the country, with a membership of1
132. all white, but when I read the story
of your class. I was anxious to know the '
facts, and to know if the story of such
a iatge class could be true."
The Bristol class, as mentioned in ?
the 6tory published recently, at the!
time, had an enrollment of 714, with an i
average weekly attendance of 4(S).
Marshall 11. Hudson, of Syracuse.
W. V., founder of the Baraca move-j
ment. and perhaps the best posted man ;
in the country touching the develop-1
ment of this work, has written President |
?Joe L). Taylor, of the Bristol class, ?
confirming the truth of the claim made!
in the recent publication referred to, I
to the effect that the Bristol class is the i
largest of its kind in the world There
are more than P.ouu baraca classes in :
existence. Of this number. Mr. Hudson
SCSI writers, that so far as he has been
Abie to ascertain, there is not another
class in the woild that has enrolled so
many members or has so large a weekly ;
attendance as the Bristol class.
Mr. Hudson urges that the Bristol'
class send a speaker to the national I
meeting of Baraca classes, to be held !
in Nashville, in May. to explain how
UM Bristol record has been accom- j
plished. In re.-ponse to Mr. Hudson's
rtiglieet. the Bristol class will be re pre-|
sented in the Nashville meeting.
The officers of the Bristol class are: |
Joe D. Taylor, president; R. M.
Crumley, vice-president; Karl Harmel
ing. secretary-treasurer; Judge Jos. L,.
K' Ujr, of the corporation court, teacher.
Annual Memorial Senire at St. Paul's
St. Paul's Kpisoopa! Church will be
the scene of the annual memorial ser
of Richmond Chapter. Tiaugh'ers
?l Iba < '??nfederaey. to-morrow night,
the anniversary of the birth of Cleneral
ert E La*. Members of l^eo and
Picket t Camps of i "onfederate Veterans,
have been 'ordered to be present in
uniforms, and all Confederate organi
rts are In vi tod. The address will
be by Kev. W. Russell Bowie, the
: l.e arr.'ial tea and informal recep?
tion of the chapter will be held Monday
night in l.ee Camp Hall. Rev. Oeorge
w m. Daniel. i>. I) , will deliver the
a Mli --
GEN. RAFAEL REYES HERE.
Says Roosevelt iVa-v a little Rough.
But Has Hopes for Wilson.
New York. January 17.?(Jen. Rafael ?
Ttcvcs. president of the United States of
Colombia from I1M until 1ST* when he
calmly abandoned the job and departed
for Paris arrived from Parts yesterday
on the Kn.se- Wr heim II He came
? te't'for l shorn he wished
Referring ha r>i? rail on President
! IS SOLI) AT A BARGAIN
51.000 Lowest Price Paid in
Year*. Not Excepting
190 7 Panic.
? w vr.r. laraary il-*-m*
ef ?all etrwt k*??r
afcea a ?aat on !???? ot
-,<1 tor ? an TW K tfc.
?? tn? Una* of iba ivt aal
?nk a Mrt t>
?am ?ho deal in Mark* and hood, arf auf
ferin? from fr?r
Th--j are afraid vomnhin? really be* m
tnirm *o happen to ibr tu ?Ii lag? b*n*?aaa.
The inanui aaiiat ihai BrnmrnmU f?al?w ku
rtlaai for ?? Th f ><-han?? r-foran baa rrbrhlaaa
many of la^-m .Uh ich be baa aot aaadwup
!>o -.1 i l,r :. cotnd lo do Dr
mand- f~ -rfrm la bat MafiBf" by F*rea
dti?-IM Wilanaahvo hare made broker* frr
T*ir r*?i i- ,,i r ,? ,h? #, iirwui there er?
,.ilm .baa pi** aalet, la the atrert
' ' - .ft- h.nr- ?aat? ar. rr
I ?? . barmaner of Iba brnberacr
??jlbMi lb* imatwtear* af bli
a hirb prW for l be ?rat? heromen Hal a when
?? To-miwred, that teeny brat era aar?
kj loan* an the rtrraal* of their
ownership of um
*?>-?> t?rw rmhmt at I? an> ihrralu?
mm.mm- ?, 4fce ,,?.1,. mn rt nvi.-ao
*?"ai tala? b) n? Mb *?. a abrtaka?? of
tm ?? 4a
Roosevelt when he protested ?seinet
the attitude of this country regarding
the secession of Panama, and asking
for indemnity, he said:
"Mr Roosevelt was a little rough, but
he was the surgeon. The arm had to
i be taken off." ... _ .
"But we are conddent. he continued.
i "thatMr Wilson will make compensa?
tion and settle matters with justice und
I honor, and thereby make friends of all
the nations. The Latin-American re?
publics love John Barrett; they love
Klihu Root and they love Mr Ma.
Jerry Johnson Shoots Robert
Reedy, Following Quarrel
Over Steel Trap.
(Special to The Time's-Dispatch )
Tazewell, V? , January 17.?Robert
Reedy, a white mun of this town, was
shot and seriously wounded at Max?
well to-day by Jerry Johnson, a young
white man. Johnson emptied the con?
tents of a 32 Smith und Wesson revolver
at Reedy, but only one bullet took ef?
fect, entering his right side, and pene?
trating his left lung, lie is in u hospital
at Richland*. where efforts are being
made to save Iiis life.
Johnson was. arrested by County
Officer John S. Thompson and brought
to jail here. Johnson claims that the
shooting was done in self-defense. The
two men had quarreled over a steel
trap. Johnson dunning that Reedy
had stolen one from him, which he
had set on the banks of the Clinch
Biver for catching rnuskrats. A prelimi?
nary trial will be had as soon as Ready's
condition justifies it.
TURKISH AND ROMAN BATHS
Table d'Hote Dinner Satarday aad
Sundar evening, 6 to S o'clock. II.10
The most magnificent hotel In the
South. Ku'opean plan. Rooms single
and en suite, with and srlthout bath*.
Spacious sampls rooms.
RicMoni^edencbti'ii & Potomac I fi.
TO AND FROM WASHINGTON AMD BEYOND.
?5.11) A.JI. BrrsSLSta.
?5.40 4.H. Stair. St. Kta.
?7.B1 a "..jre 84? Sta.
? ; 40 t.U. aslant. Sta.
??.40 4. ?. Kirs St.SU.
?9 3u A.M. errs St. eta.
ejuMA. ".Mains*. Uta.
oi anas?rrsSt. staJ
rr.OOP.M. Bjr? St. StaJ
?3.40 P.S. Errs St. Sta'
,4.16 P.l. Elba Stall??
?6.14 P.S. Ha!? sc Sis
?8.80 P.?- BrrSSt. KU
??J>0 A H BjrlM.sva.
el 1.26 A.M. klba Stall*?.
?UM A.M. Bjrs hi.SU.
'MM P.M. Ms!*bl.Ht*
?i.*0 P.M. BjrlSt.KU
?S 15 P.S. Btr4M.SU.
?7.19 P .?. ??io St.sta.
?7-18 P.M. Mjr4St.SU
*9.00 P.M. Bjr* Kt.SU.
?9.30 P.M. B;r4St sta.
11.17 P.M. Main Si. Sit
12.45 BUkt BjrlSt.Kta
L?sv* Byre St. Sta. 4.00 P. M. for r'resrrir kaberr.
lasre Elbs Sta. 7.30 A. M.. fi Jo P. M. far Attila?*
?rrlre BjrS St- Sta.$.25 A.M. rpsm Freserlekab'*.
. rrlrr Elba Sta. 6-30 A.M..1.42 P.M. from 4abla?4\
?Daily. tWeakday?. JSunday* only.
All trains to or from Byrd Street Station
atop at Elba. Time of arrivals ana1 departure*
ast gaaraatsed. Read ths sigs*.
Birhmond and Chesapeake Bar Mr- Co
Schedule of Electric Trains, effective May
30. 1913. Leave Richmond. Laurel and Broad
Streets: b*4.05 A. m.. *7:10 A. ML, b?:;o A.
m.. ?10 A. St.. "M 10 A. m.. 11:10 A. m . IM
p. at., i h p. at., - Ii p. m . m m i' m
p. m.. t 20 p. m.. : io p. m . ht-n p, at-,
10:19 P. If.. 11:41 P. M. Leave Ashland. Kur?
land and Maple Streets: ?4:65 A. M.. b*7t? A.
m.. 1:0? A. M.. bt !?? A. M V.M.-'
A. ml, ?12 ? ML, setjaj p. \i . 2 no P. M . i ?
p. 11 . i m p. ML, m ? P. M . * P. M I j.
P. M.. ? Of P. M . b? ? P. M . 11 m P. M.
?Daily except Sunday. ?'Sunday only.
Richmond & Petersburg Electric Railway
Cars leave Manchester. Seventh and Perry
Streets, for Petersburg
?t. 7. t. ??. 10. II. *1J A. ML, L J. ?I. 4. I.
??5 .4;. *?. 7. ?. ??. 10 P. M.
11 00 P. M. for Chester. I2D0 midnight for
Car* leave Petersburg, foot of Sycamore
Street, for Manchester.
ti:IS. ?J5. ??7 IS. *7 .45. I IS. t :3S. ?10.35. tl U
A. M.. 12 M. ?I IS. I M. 3 45. ?4 ii. i Ji. I J5.
?7 .44. 4:J5. t ?5. *10 40. 11 .40 P. M.
tDaily?Ex. Sunday and holidays.
?Carries baiteage and express.
??Limited?Except Sundays and holidays.
All cars from Petersburg connect with
cars for Bichmaond.
PBEMIER CARBIEB OP THE SOLTH.
Train? l-eavr Richmond.
N B?Following, srhedule flgures published
as information and not guaranteed
For the South - Daily: t I? A. M Local
10 IS A M Express. 4 on p. M. Exprcsa.
with Electric lighted Sleeping Cars for At?
lanta and Birmingham. II 45 P. M. Express
Week D?v? J oo P M Local.
YORK RIVER LINE.
4 SI P. M.? Daily?Connecting for Balti?
more Mod.. Wed. and Friday, tSt A. M.?
Ex. Son. and 1.14 P. M.? Mod . Wed. and
Trains Arrire Richmond.
From the South: t SS A. M. and ISAM.
J W) P. M . ? ? P. M daily 12 41 Ex Sun.
From West Point: t Jt A. m. daily: II SS A.
M . Men . a ed and Erl . ? JS P. M Ki. Mun
?> K BCRC.ESS. DPA
ar M. Main St. Panne Mntttana CT.
Chesapeake & Ohio Railway
; a> A ItBMB- Dally?Nrwport New*,
t is A?Local?Daily?Cfc'vitle. St. San.
?t no A ? Fip ?DeSy? Norfolk. Old Point
tit St A.? Local?Daily?Lcbbg . Lex. c
?U at Noon -Etpre*.?DaOy? Norfolk. Old
?? 1? P ? E*pee~? Dally?On . L vltle
t4*tP.?Esnrea*?Dally?Bar.. N. New*,
ist P?Loral?Daily?K. New*. OM Point.
4 is P.?Loral?Bs. San.?<i?idusitBtS.
I:|S P l.oral -Ex. Son ?Lynrhhurg
?t ei P -Limited?Dally?Cla . Chicago
?ll st P ? Expre-aa? DaHy?Cln . Loo Ist I He
TRAINS AKRIYF. RIC H MON D ? txical
from Bant t 41 A. M.. 7.49 P. M. Threna?
from Ka?t II tt A. M ISS P. M . I St P M.
Loral frotn Went I ? A. M ??? ? A M
and 7 Jt P M Through I Jt A M . II tt A.
M and 124 P M.
James River Una ??? ? A. M 7 M P. M.
??Batty I staBt^ attattay._
Norfolk & Western Railway
(INLY ALL BAIL LINE TO NORFOLK
Scbednle In F.ffeet ?rpi r rr, Ner SI. Itlt
!**?? Bjrd ?treet Station Richmond. FOR
NORFOLK *tnj A. M. ?ist P. M ?? tt
FOR LY NC B BI'BO AND TRI WEST
?t is A M . ?? S* A M.. IMP M ?4 S? P M
Arrive Rar b mo ad from Norfolk *ll 4t A
M.*tttP M.*IltSP M Prats the Went
*4?A M s2f*P. M.tMSlP. M.ttsp
N 1?P M
?Dalit a Dally ax Sander s?o?day etvty.
W. B BRYtl.L. Paa* Traf Mgr
tt c ?irvnf.R? li P 4 Rnanobe. t/e.
( . H ROSLEY. D. P A . BltMmtsd. Ta.
NOW-TAXABLE SECURITIES 1
Street Railway Preferred
Shares, Bank Stocks,
YIELDING ON THE INVESTMENT
596, 5*96, 696, 6*%
U. S. GOVERNMENT BONDS,
Correspondence and Interviews Invited.
John L. Williams & Sons,
Cor. 8th and Main Streets.
HAVE YOU BEEN THINKING?
Wc have t>cen talking to \ou quite awhile of the advantages of opening
an account with the
Bank of Commerce and Trusts
HAVE YOU BUN THINKING A BO LT IT*
If so, you have begun to appreciate that a bank account is the beat
insurance against possible financial disaster and continual anxiety. Days
free from tare arc happy days. It isn't the work?it's the worry that breaks
Set your mind at rest by coming to the Bank of Commerce and Trusts.
If you have not fully decided what form >our deposit shall take, we will be
glad to talk it over and advise with you.
THE BANK AND BUSINESS
The bank is no longer considered as a mere depository for surplus
funds?it offers a service indispensable to the house using twentieth
centiury business methods. There are different kinds of banking ser?
vice, however, and we would like to tell you what
Richmond's Strictly Commercial Bank
has to offer you. An interview with our officers would be mutually
PLANTERS NATIONAL BANK
OF Hit IIMOM), VIRGINIA.
Surplus and Profits.SI.4 10.000.00
Atlantic Coast Line
The Standard Kaflroad of ihr South.
F.FFF.? T1VK JAM ary ?. isij.
TRAIN B I.F.avk RICHMOND DAILY.
For Florida and South: ?15 a. M. and
\t jj i-. M i *? ?'. M.. a a. m.
For Norfolk: ? 00 A. M . IM P. M.. 4 ? P.
For N * W. Rv. 8:15 A. M . ?50 A.
ML J 00 P. M.. 9:20 P. M.
For Petersburg U v. A. M. S .15 A. M.
' ? :li a. M.. IM a. M.. dma. M.. 3 P. M .
4 i ? P. M . b ; P. M., 4 *: P. M . s ? P. M .
IIM P. ML
For tiotdsboro and Fayettei Hie: ?4 19 P. M..
Trains arrive Richmond daily: If* A. M..
7.1U a. M.. 4 40 a. M.. * --) a M . ?? ? A M .
??n 43 a. M . 11 40 a. M . ?1.10 P. M-. ?*1 ?3
P. M . ? 05 P. M . 4 ? 1*. M.. S O? P. M-. ?.J0
P. M-. UM P. M
?Except Sunday. **Sunday only.
i Time or arrival and edparture and con?
nections not guaranteed.
C. 8. CAM PUr.I.b. D P. A . ?4? Main St.
SEABOARD AIR LINE.
Southhound trains scheduled to leave Rich- 1
??iond daily: SU0 A. M.?I-ocal to Norlina.
i TO P. M.? Sleeper* and coach's.. Atlanta.
Birmingham. Savannah. Jacksonville: tM
P M ?Limited. I? ? A. M?Sleepers and
coache?. Jacksonville. 1125 P. M ? Sleep?
ers and caocbes. Atlanta. Birmingham.
Memphis. Northbound train* scheduled to
arrive In Richmond daily: r ? A. M-. 5?
a. M.. ? 4? A. M-. il* r. M . 5.40 P. ML
OLD DOMINION LINK
Lv. Richmond f.?o- of A h St daily : On P. M
Leave Newpo't News.5 ro A. M.
Arrive Norfolk.?S0 A. M
fonnccts with main line steamer* leaving
Norfolk for New York dally, except Sunday,
r 00 P. M. fonncctlons also made by N. A
mj Ry : P. M an.I 0 * 1? Kr at 4 P M
Nicht line steamers stop at t'laremont to
land or receive p??wns<rs on signal, and will
be met by public conveyance.
VIRCINI* HATV4SATIOM OCX F.tTecfive
March 11 ?James River by daylight for
Norfolk and Old P? n Newport News and
all James River Undines Steamer leave*
Monday. Wednesday and Friday at tM A.
M Freight received for all James River
. Pulaas. I
S. ?. -BKKHI IH ?V 'The ship used of
PrcWet t He. t V* I Until Sail, every WeO
aewatay. IS .%. M. Twin arts. la.St* tons dis?
placement Submarine signals; wlre>ss. ar?
ch, stra Record trip ? hours m nte*
I aalest, newrat and aaU Maaassr I ?
??>se?tgen at the dock ia Rerwind? without
1 ran- fer
s s itRnrwv U0M mm d:?place?n?nf :
sai s . v. . Tareday. hegteninr iehniar* <
Teurs Inr llntr'n. Snere Excirslen?. Lowest i
Kj|'?. Tickets interchaaseahle wph R. M.
1st P. Ca.
; Klits Anilgua. Ouadaenpe Dwmlwica. Mar
tlntque. at. Laacsa. Harheisis ews4 Dem-ra ra
in'imstlon ipp'r "i VtOtTCs
BStllw.p A ? ?, \genU ?loche? - - (..
HrirSI... Xew >
Hii?S1\ - t. Main Sttreet.
? -g-e aad Plaaat teaur t
Raw* a Trip. Ma aad s la*. - aaaj .,
every Pueeday. t?rtn.-.lBg
Ttcketa tst*r?atasvrtsa*:a with trustee a
Pr si ? 'Rare: Mel N P?4*te?> ?wa
talMig Mesa aar* ? stalls ef ft aisTares
TV was sa
OTBAw Ja Mat I OA. PA > * MA
may he tad aa aawiintioe
The aeyal MaAl IShsaaa PwOal Oa.
savuntsosi m aDw caaw ago* r
rat ?? ? t SA?rv?n. ? s?owm*n
MS K atawa Vtrawt. am *?rr local
rtwtAMwMlT laciRii araarvT
? STRONG ?
This Bank has an abundant
measure of security, so essen?
tial to safety.
It has the capacity f?r
transacting all banking busi
aem in the most efficient
? OBLIGING ?
It never tires in supplying
the legitimate needs of its
customers, and is prompt and
Ninth and Main.
Capital and Surplus,
Manchester National Bank
One of our Home Savings Banks
will help you to save money.
Your account is welcomed, be it
grca or small.
We will p?11. at ?h? Richmond Stock
F.achange. cn .TANl'ARY 21. AT 12 IS
P. M.. for account of whom It may con
It abare? of Kmith-CourTnea
Company atock. reserving the right to
DA VKN PORT * COMPANY.
??iK an i*oww?*
About personally contacted cruises *?
Cuba. Jamaica. Panama. West Indlea
and Rormuda. January 4. t, if. 1? ??,
2; and :?. February 1. ?. 2t. 2J an*. It.
March 11. 27 and 2? ?portal induce?
ment*, for January 4 *, 1* and 14. Call
far llluetrated prhSrrams
a. H ??%?**?.
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