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New York. January 23?Weakness of
steel was the conspicuous feature of
to-day's stock market. Pressure was
directed steadily against this stock
and its loan of more than two points
was |M-rhups the principal factor in the
unsettlemerit "f the whole list The
strength enanbited ea the previous
two days vanished and material in?
roads were made on the recently estab?
lished gains The selling converged
on steel. Heading and the Harrtmun
stock* and standard investments, issues
and *-,>eclaltles sold down with the
speculative lenders. A spirited rally
Iste tu t he day lifted prices consider h etjr
above the low point.
The sharp upturn Just belore the
< ctc.'day following announcement
of Turkey's acceptance ot the peace ,
proposals aroused hopes of bull traders ?
that the upward movement would revI
i, ?? nipetus to-day but the course of
?!? ? -ki- indicated that the announce- |
had been dis< minted Wal \
K i? clung persistently SO the!
hoefilrtaaa would not be re- i
? f in the akaence <>f a shurp 1
?i the London market, where i
.- lose only slightly before
ruing, here, traders were not tsV
lake the initiative in bidding ;
up prices on ihis score, designation |
of the rurkiak Cabinet in coriseouetice
..t tta aCttOa, made known late in the
?<---. . was a further unsettling in
fjueia 9 *
Pre--iri- against steel was asso?
ciated With the revelation* made in the '
goverument ? dissolution suit, aarttcti
larly the admission of a former presi?
dent IIIIMQIllllH an international rail
pool. Harriaaaa shure.? were depressed
by intimations of serious obstacles m
the wuy ol carrying out the dissolution
gaereS The weakness of She general
market seemed to radiate from these
!<- let the local position of the market
having been weakened by extensive
short coverings on the previous two
Offering of 32 nuo.non convertible C,
I ent St. Paul bonds caused a break
in both the stock and bonds. The stock
broke 1'? and the outstanding 44 s two
Bonds were irregular, with a lower
trend. Distillers fives made up the
recent loss. Total sales, par value.
I'nited States bonds were unchanged
N'ew York. January 1.1.--Money on
call steady. 2'4 t<?3 per cent . ruling
rate 2?? , closing bid. 2Ti . offered at 3
Time loans weaker: sixty days |hj
pat cent: ninety duye. 3?4 (g,4. six,
months. 4 #JiM ?
Prune mercantile paper 4>3 to 5 per
cent, sterling exchange strong with
actual business la bankers' bills at
S4 K>7> for sixty-day bills, und at ?4 s775
for demand Commercial bills. $4A3.
Ear silver. f>2?, c. Mexican dollars 49--.
Oovemroen* bonds steady, railroad
RICHMOND STOCK MARKET.
J Richard BT. Maury.
Stock and Bond Hroker. Utt Fast Main Street
Richmond. Va ? January 23. 1V13.
SALES AT BOARD.
? jot Virginia ("enturies. at Se?, . 2.0U0 Vir?
ginia Onturtev at Htf . J"J0 Richmond City
a C * R. at .
Virginia 3?. old I".* R. I?2.?7
Va Centuries. !- 3. C. A. K.. 1WI. . . . ?o'4 s??4
Richmond <'in ?' A R.. 183S-1S43. ?7
a. c. l. R. K eeaeol oust 4<-i.?.-. .. i
Can., gen mort 19?.'.M
Oa.. Sou. A Fla . 115 . M
Ga. g Ala consol is. IMS. l'U
s- A. l 4s. 14*1.Si
Seaboard Adjustment, is. 1S44.7?
Southern Railway 1st 5s. i?M.]?*
Sou. Ry. de\ i g m . 4s. taw.
Western X isi ?s. I?I4.10!
ST RF KT railway STOCKS
Vs. Ry. A-power Co.. pfd_ 1 <i ?U4 r."4
V's Rv a Power l o . com. .. 100 Sl'a
Atlantic Coast Line. cum. .. . 10? 129
Chesapeake & Ohio. 100 ;7
X.aw .com. too Itj
Seaboard Air Line, pfd. 100 4? .. .
Seaboard Air Line, com. 100 IS
Southern Ra'lway. pfd. 100 7?
BANK AND TRUST CO. STOCKS.
Broad Street. 2i SO
Bank of i Oi^mer. ?-4 Trusts. Mi 1*7
Centra! Xa. Bank ....... IOI IV)
CVnimcnwraltb Bank .... lOu
First National. 100
Na. Statt A City Bank . i"J
Rich Bank and Trust Co ... 2i
Rich Trust tc Savings, Co . im
S.iings Bank cf Richmond.. B
Union Bank of Richmond .. M
Virginia Trust Co ...
Weit End . 2i ? ?i
MI SCKLI.A N KOI S
V?-far. Cases.. eaaUI%.... iw no
Quotations for Interest paying bond, are
at a pric- to which Interest must he added.
Income bonds and certificates of iodehteduc?
Alle ' halmers a. etfs. asked.
A:-.. aa Tobacco J o old 4s. bid ..
A... .? n TubaccH> Co. uM t?. > bid. U>
I A X is
Ugg a Myers :% ?
lakln I i
Lorilla.d ('?? 7- . ..
x a w ?
S. A. L sts
Bou'b.-m H .
Bouiher-i I si
T S s,^l.n.i
u s kajhiuii
l . e K.-gis:ere.j
f. S I'ansms nr?
Va - Brown Bro- .it. ted
Va -( a- ? h> :i ? - ?
Va Ry * Tower c0 i? a?ked
Wab??h deb 4s.
1 ? 4
WabaMi- fills. Term. 1st Is bid. :i^
New York. January gj. The cotton marker
become weak and unsettled after an earl)
vsnce to-day. and Just about be.r ,
gains, with the .la.- >tead>. but f-,,ro n'to
as oet lower.
Tb? market opened stosdy at a decline of ,
point oo January and Msrch. but anawaH]
S to 4 p.iaf? higher w ith the a< t.? e i.w.r.lh. ?eil
Ing is to 13 points al \- the . I.eung ?eure, , ?
Is*', eight durini ir- |flr?t ;. a c u, t t
s<lv?n< e ?e hi rrspoDse to letter tables
than due tc- a ~ee?wal of yeaSergar i tl
lr:o\ er.enr March 'ontrscts .old up te 12 J7
bu* ?? ? hl? le\?l jhe market ro"" tsff ti.4it
egerta*>. The i?asia? figures aere aawel in
bne with eip,et?ti..ns. and were eol -cnsldr
ed a factor either ws*. but privsi. :. <
Ajsti. c;air ig ? ? .. ? ?. -. ?s.
>?? ? S-- .,
i t. r... at
S--r. ?? 1
.- ' ^ - .i^
? 'ipea. Hura Us < io??
? c.?i..n eess*. arajakssa.
OPEX AV SwQMsVff WITH
THE UNION BANK
Ii?? ?AJ4T M \IN uli T
li e* WaKtrs A ST a rt. i pkh
Official Range and Sale of Stocks in New York
(Sale* SKHk ObWB,
Um Allis-Cbaljiers ? . *m
Allis-Ch aimers pM ...
30.200 Amalgamated Copper. .
aaanr Agri Chess omrnm.
9U? Aincr Heel Sugar, com..
4r?.83u A marie*" i'an. ? ? ?.
6,250 American C an. pro . ? ? ? .
30U Amer c ar and l-uuiidry.
1.800 Arne; I. an C.Mft Oil . .
loo Aaaai Hid* and l/Sljfn.. pr
Amen an Lineeed Oil. .
500 American Locomotive. .
Amer Malt CO PN ? ?
? SOfi Atneruun Smelting.
aou American Snufl. com. . .
ion Ameritiu *"?"?',.. ? ?
1 3*i \tnei Tai and lei. to.
900 Amer n an Tobacco, coin
American Tobacco, pfd.
*0 Anaconda Copper.
jtut Atlantic t oast Mlie.
A C I. of Connecticut.
1 f?ll Baltimore and Ohio.
100 Bethlehem steel Co., com
HO Bethelehem Steel Co., pfd
1 Ml British Amer Tob. On
j mjt Brooklyn Rapid Trarisu
'sat Central Leather, com..
? :s.', Canadian Pacific.
1 roil California Pet roleuni. . .
750 Chesapeake and Ohic. .
mo < in csreat Westarn, pfd
8 n37 ( hi., Mil and St Paul
45 Crucible Steel Cor., com
5<i Crucible Steel, pfd.
1 Ml Colorado Fuel and Iron
Colorado arid Sout h? r n
400 Consolidated Oas.
Corn ProdiH ts.com.
Mi Da?. and Rio Gran., com
120 Krie, 1st pfd.?
red. MiB. and Sra . pfd
410 General Electric. . . . . .
( ;. o W Helme Tob. C
3 300 Orrat Northern, pfd. .
41kl i Irani Northern Ore Ctfs
:i?i I llmols Central.
I 3011 Interboro-Met . pfd. . .
600 lal Harvester colt.
Inl Mer Marine, com
rttst International Paper. . .
200 Int Paper, tifd .
BV THOMAS BRANCH
Hitch Low Bid Asked.
3?. 3?? 3?? ???
A CO., Bankers and Brokers.
7?4 74?, 73',
40t4 ?04 39?,
1424, 142?; 142?? 142', 14:1
Ml Kan City South
4.200 I.ehiKh Valley ??????
200 Liggett A Myers Tob., com
KM Liggett m Myers Tob.. i>fd
200 LorTllard TobnoOO, OOm, .
Lorillard Tobacco pfd ?
450 Louisville and Nashville.
800 Mexican Petroleum.
? 300 Miami Copper. ..
Mo . Kan and Texas....
1 500 Missouri Pacific.
500 N'ationul Lead. . ..
523 New York Central.
N V tint, and Western.
500 Norfolk an<l Western. . . .
2 900 Northern Pacific.
p C . C and St. L.. com
150 Pittsburgh Coal. com...
100 pressed Steel Car.
Bv Steel Spring, com. . .
50.700 Reading.? ? ? ? ? ?,?
500 Republic Iron and Steel.
Republic I. and S , pfd. .
1.600 Rock Island. . . ..
700 Rock Island, pfd.
?00 Seaboard Air Line. <-om. .
700 Seaboard Air Line. pfd. .
St. Louis-Southw rn. com
7 400 Southern Pacifti .
1 200 Southern Railway .......
400 Southern Railway, ptd . .
200 Texas Pacific.
30,300 I'nion Pacific.
U. 8. Cast I. Pipe. com. .
2HO0 I nited Cigar Stores.
?000 I nited States Rubber...
97.900 L'ntted Stares steel. ...
710 Cnited States Steel, pfd.
300 Va -Car. Chemical. . . . . .
Va.-Car. Chemical, pfd. .
Va Ry. and Power, com.
Va Ry and Power, pfd. .
W a bash, pfd.
100 Western I'nion. -
Wevman-Bru. Tob., com
100 West. Maryland, coin. . .
West Maryland, pfd ....
2 700 Utah Copper. ...........
'Total sales for day
Total sales for week (four
com. . . 26'? 26'?
ia?; 1224 mM
davsl, 1.343.000 shares.
io.isi bale* sales, I tuo bales: stork, 1*2.2m bales
exports to (.real Britain. 4.038 bales, to the
Continent. OA.i bales ,-oastwise. 1.002 bales.
Total to-day at all ports?Net receipts. 14.
?*s hales .-sport to (.rest Britain. 37.448 hales:
to France. 2.151 hales, to the Continent Mai
hales, to Japan. ?45 bales: stock. S0?.50? bales.
Consolidated at all ports ?Net receipts. 121.
oio bales: export to Great Britain. ?3.340 bales:
to France. 25.352 bales, to the Continent. 7* ISO
hales.: to Japan. S.soti hales: to Mexico. 200
Total since September 1 at alt ports?Net
receipts. 7.u<).Js>> bales export to (irest Britain.
2.?54.4fo bales, to France. WI7.387 bales: to the
Continent. 2.301.??.' bales : to Japan. 150.82t bales .
to Mexico, l.soo bales.
New Orleans. January 23?Cotton futures
opened stead) . unchanged to one point up
compared with the last prices of yesterday.
The close was steady at a net decline of 15 to 2? .
points. Cables were about as expected, and
so was the census report on ginning prior to
January to. This repcrt put the total ginnings
for the last period of l?4.000 bales. Support
was given the market after the call, apparent?
ly coming from the ^amc sources as yesterday.
on the rise scalping longs took profits, and
the market comm. need to sag As it fell
-hurts added to their lines and increased the
?lowtiwa-d tendency . Around the middle of
the morning the market had an easy tone, and
the prices of the old crop months were It to 1?
eoaeta under yesterday's close.
At this level cables were received from ;
Uvereeei. stating for the first time this sea?
son Russian spinnt rs were taking a serious
interest in cotton. This caused something of a
In the afternoon the market was soft,
under what the trade considered to be profit
taking by buyers of the early part of the week.
Spot cotton, steady. I-40esT: middling. 124? .
Sales on the spot. IJJM bales; to arrive. !.o:M
hales. January. 12.14: February. 17 OS : March,
rxet-t May. BjM; July. BJB; August. 11 ?7;?
Liverpool. January 2V? Spot cotton in fair
demand: prices firm American middling, fair.
7.43; good middling. Ms; middling. s.m: low
middling. ?.71: good ordinary, e 31. ordinary.
The sales of the day were s.ono hales, of
which ???) wer.- for speculation and tiport. and
included TJM American. Receipts. BMB bales,
including I7.?v American. Futures opened
steady and closed bar.lv steady. January,
s.sl'j . January-February . 4 1*1, . February
March. 4.5S. March-April, o 7.7: April-May.
#55'j : May -June ?.54; June-July. ?52: Julj
Augusi. ? 4?: August-September. 4.3? : Septem?
ber-October. ? 24 : October-November. ?14;
November-December. : December-Jauu
ary. ? !2'j . January-February, s.it'j.
NIW rOU PRODLI L M ARKET.
New York. January 22. Flour, about
steady Wh.-at. eeS) No. I red. tl-'iSWII 10; .
No. 1 northern fluliuh. Mfge. l orn, easy.,
54'4 c. Hides and bather. Arm. Petroleum and
wool steads. l:osin. quiet. Turpentine, firm:
machine barrels, st. I: Ice and mola-.se?,. steady
Kaw ?ugar. nouiiri:il; refined, steady Butter,
steads, cheese, irregular. Spot coffee, dull.!
Itio. 7s. 13", c : Santos 4s. i5?ic. mild coffee,
quiet: Cordova. h?4j l?<-.
Potatoes, steadj. < ahhages. peanuts?dull
and unch?ng.-d Freights, easy, grain to'
Liverpool. Id Cottonseed oil was lower under
liquidation and brsr ha mm/ ring, induced by
reporls of easier crude markets, the weakness
in cotton and continued i?oor outside demand.
i losing prices were from .". to V points net low?
er. Total sales. s.SOO barrels. Prime crude. 4 93
(,: kSB: do summer yellow. s20eT?.jn; Jsnuary.
?23. February. 4 1". March. ?II. April. 4.10:
May. MB: June. ?14. July. ?21. August. ? 2?.
Prime winter yellow. ?.??.?< .-..?0; do. summer
cHICAc.o i;k\IN MA BS KT.
Chicago. January 23 Wheat, corn and
aal .1 ? lined on th< hoard ml trade to-day. and
provisoes slightly Spot wheat markets
throughout th. country were reported dull
and we?k conditions May declined '4 net.
te-neral rains reported in Argentina sent the
local corn market down. '??-. net r..r May
Oats were duM and the tone a reflection of
??rn. May dropping ', net for the day Pro
itstons were dull aud fluctuations were very,
Leading futures to-day rangrd as follows
open. High Low Close.
\\ II1 VI
Mas . ? ta'? eWtj BBJ
July . **. ?J? *?*? ?*?, :
September. s?'i s?r? B?'? !**?
Mas. S2 j S2?? *l?? M?,
July* . 7J m'? BBj
September. 54 24', *t?, i??,
. . \ T<
lea) . J4<? 34'. 33'? x*s ;
July . *'? 34>, -H*? 33?? i
September. 34 34 11', Ws '?
I'tiKK Per 100 BsV
January. . I* VI
Mas .1?? 14 43 l??? '??,
I A KD Per BB Ihs.
Januarv.10.13 K> 12 I" 07 1? 07
Mas .TO :* K> B IS It BVM J
.>?, ' .K'.l? N ? MM BUI j
s. ;?(< nkr .2 I" 22 1<>22 I
s llek'l ?IIIS Per I* lbs
M?j .lew BUB K'Ki
Juls ... BJB i* 12 lots ? ic
? ??h wheat. No irrst. m ?sei?! 14. No j hard.
>. e-..' No t northern. srj'jiaStc . No :
aattlksri ?? B9?4 ? orn. No 2 yellow. e>'? 4% ?
Ueas. Be white, lisssve.; ?taedard. 3445 ,
January 2? ? Wheat, easy, eoo
1-oni. easier. < ontrsci. S4:. c.
No 1 white. Jf, ?M'i e ?laed
I <s>?s?, r Bye. steady: No. I
LOCAL MARKET Ql OT4TIONS
mlsstoe ?4? r. ban's hi- brmini, \?
kk tnmss \s . Jeeoeo T*. :*t*.
ssl Wh?.l.-.sle ???.... ...ns SS9 Merkel.
Lit E POl LTRV.
.?? lb . n *t> 14
kens, ce.wce lb . H ia
WM I TRY
f t ? n
Itsbbft? eecfe It a I
In rrat?ss. eesensr f-?sh dor *> %
11. erstes otasrr sii Ilses. 4o? M .1
FsrriT r%nmr*. fers?. Bs . ??> %
m.-.hsrt? Isi' 14- "? sc,
I ft f "Tin h
V-el. .Boas* ?* fancy It, ..... a. m
\.ai. twawtnrasr.lt> . ? *%. ?4
ae.B>. B ?a
a irfisje 14? ?? i'?
1 \fm ? I I.ED B A' "N
? - ?asrswed. ?m?il B>. j*
w?il ?a?n**sl i?u>>? lb ... 1?
W-: ?rr.c?.d t> .... ? . ?
Shoulders, well smoked, lb. 13 to, 14
Dry . line, lb. ft M
Dry. salt. Ih . ?x i?
Green salt, lb. *?, UM
Green, lb. to
Green. damaged, lb. 4* *
Tallow, lb. ** I
Beeswax, lb . ?* 1)
Dressed hog. small, per lb. 4$ in
Dressed bog. large, per lb. S ? ?!j
Sparerib aud bone. ?$ H
Kggs - Demand light; market lower. Live
Poultry?All kinds very plentiful this week:
market overworked; selling ?low aud lower.
Dressed Poultry?Weather has been very un?
favorable, and. together with Increased sup?
plies and light demand, market depressed and
loner. Game?Rabbits (when arriving sound
are In splendid demand. Live Stock?Veals,
lambs, sbeep and cattle are very scarce: de?
mand good: cot enough coming to supply
the demand Hides?Market Arm M s
anrous?Dressed hogs, sparerib and bone in
Hood demand, but weather prevailing is most
unfavorable to permit Us encouraging ship?
RICHMOND GRAIN MARKET.
Richmond. Va.. Januarv EL l?n.
WHOLESALE Ol'OTATIONS ON EX?
No. 2 red. western. LH ?i
No. 2 red. Virginia . 1 12 to
No. 3 red.LH ??.
Virginia, bag lots. LH ig LH
No 2 white. to 62
No. 3 white. to. tiu
No. 2 Mixed . fa, ?6
No. 3 mixed.. 5* x>
Virginia, hair lots. 1.60 W 1.63
Corn on the cob. tj so
No. 2 mixed. (* 3?
No. 3 mixed. <" 36
No. 2 white.. 41 to
No. i white. (a. 3?>a .
Winter seed, bag lots. TO to., 71
No. 2 rye. to. 72
No. 3 rye. 'j*. ?9
RICHMOND HAT MARKET.
Richmond. Va.. January 23. H13.
Kollo?inn are the quotations of the Rich- '
mcind BaYJ Exchange:
No 1 Timothy . to. 19.00 ,
Standard. <tt 18.00
No. 2 Timothy .17.00 in.
No.3Timothy.13. j0 to. 15 06
Light <"lover, mixed. to, is.oo .
No. 1 < 'lover, mixed. to. 17.00 ,'
No 2 Clox er. mixed.12.39 to. 14.00
No. 1 < 'lover. to. 17.00
No. 2 Clover . Nominal.
BAY Sample . Nominal.
STRAW Compressed. 9*1 to
Loose prosed, large bales- ft 11.00
SHUCKS?Compressed.1100 A IJ.'W
Loose pressed, large bale*. . . 10 so to. 11.00
Load your cars so that hay at doors repre?
sents contents, and thus avoid rejections.
This marker grades hay in accoreance with
tbe National Hay Association
New ^ nrk. January 23?Beere?, no trad?
ing: feeling dull but steady. Calves, steady;
sesls. HHBHI ?: culls. ?4.09*xH.5?: barnyard
calves, and yearlings, almost nominal Sheep
and lambs, weak; sheep ewes . H--HH tits 74.
? nils. I3.WI164.'?. iambs. V.'mu 19.25: culls.
t6-O0i*S7.0O. yearlings. M0u 43.SS.00. Hogs, none
lor sale: nominally steady.
Chicago. January 23.?Cattle, market weak,
and mostly HHjMc lower, beeves. n.i?g 13.5j:
<ows and heifers. $? ?.m.|7 :<); calves. %: -.tin tll.isi
Hog-, market steady to 15c. lower; bulk of
sales, ft ?,(,!.|T . Sheep, market weak, i>ti>
2 c tower. ?4 .:; w t* 2j: laaihe, $?.:;<?' 19.?>.
RI< MMoNl) LIT! STOCK MARKET.
SaJes at I'nion Stock Vards.
Richmond. Va.. January 23. Hi
Live stock report for the week ending Jan?
uary 22. 191.1.
Best steers. 7 ? t to ? . meduim to good. ?' d lo
;;? . common to fair. ??? lo . lw-*t belfers.
?' j to 7: medium to good. .'? to if, : common to
fair. itoi. best cows, H, inf. medium to good.
I", lo V, . common lo fair. 3 to .V, ; bot oxen.
-. - ie > , . merlmm to go?id. 4', to 5', : com
mog to fair z? , to 4', ; hulls. 4', to 4?, ; best
calves. - to !>. fair lo good. " tot; duck- 4 to 5:
? ows and calve.. BJf, to I".', per head, good
heavy hog-. - |... medium snd light weight
1 P - Bbji " , t" ? medium In goo<t. wwww
bogs. ?. pigs. 7?, to 4. viw, and ?tags, i to 7.
best limls. ' In', medium in good. 5'i to ?', ;
oimnmn to fair. 4 to '?. nest, sbeep. 6: fair, i;
medium. I tu., culls. ; to J.
Rlt HMIISIl GRAIN MARKET.
Richmond Va . January 13. I*U
WHOLESALE IJtJOTATlo.N 3 ON
WHEAT ?Car Int?
No. I red. western. t .tl to.
No 2red. \ irgioia. 112 **
No J red . l.ng ?*
\ i'Klnu l ac I.e.. . i el. : ot
t t>KN -Cat lots.
Ne : white . to, M
No , white. 4*> ?9
No 2 mixed. w> 9?
No J raised . . II <*\
1 irginta. bag lots . ?9 e* H
i oro on I be cob. H H
OATS ?Car lots.
Ne J mixed. ?
Ne. i Bslxed. 4*? H
No. 2 white . 41 ??
No 1 white. 4? i*
Wlote' ?ecd bag lo1? _ TS 4-6 71
RV F. -Car lot ,
N?. 2 R.ve . 4? TJ
No 1 Rye. ?9 ?
RK HMOMi H 4V M4.RKKT
Kl.-hmond. Ve . January J2. l%U.
I ..Hewing see Ihe rjuOtatlODS ol the RIcB
n-ond Hsr. Ex. hamge
.. i Timothy . *f* *?"?
MaaeMrd . ? ? ?
Ne :Ttmotb* .H 09 *.
No. l Timothy.J?-?* H ? ?
Light ? ?Over, mixed. *? ? *
No i? lovsr. mixed. ? ??-?
N . 7 ' Iroe,. miied .OH H 14"}
N? l < Inn, . <B CM
Virginia Trust Co.
The Safe Exetutor.
CAPITAL ONE MILLION
I No. J Clover. Nominal.
; STRAW?Compressed. ?.S0 fr>
Loose-pressed, large bales. K9 11.0?
j SliL'CKS--Compressed.11.09 fe> 11.00
Loose-pressed, large bales.1P.S0 fc> 11.U0
Load your ears so that hay at doors repre?
sents contents, and thus avoid rejections.
This market grades, hay In accordance with
the National Hay Association.
PETERSBURG PEANUT MARKET
Reported by Rcdgers. MrCibe * Co
Apatush market strong. Farmers' Spanish.
flrtii et per bushel j Jumbo Spanish. II JO
p?r bushel: No. 1 shelled Spanish. 7Si c. ?0)74 c p
P*r pound; No. 2 shelled Spanish. 44,'c. per
Market firm, fauey jumbo, 4c. per pound;
fancy hand picked. 1*4 r. per pound: extr
prime. 3'-? e Up!?, c. per pound: prime. 114 c.
per pound: machine picked. 34?lM ?? per pound
she Hi ck stock. .<".",. per pound.
DRY tiOOOM MARKET.
New York. January 21.?The cotton goods
markets were quiet. In men s wear circles (he
stock among clothiers is disorganizing deliver?
ies. Yarns were easier Jobber* are doing a bet?
ter trade In. wash fabrics.
Wilmington. N. C January a.?Spirits
turpentine, steady. 40c.: receipts, none.
Kosiu. steady. 13.M. receipts, none. Tar. Arm.
' 12.20; receipts, ti barrels ( rude turpentine.
; Arm. 13 00. M m sod MM: receipts. I barrels.
Savannah. Oa . January U.?Turpentine.
Arm. <l?g?iv4r.: sales. 101 casks: receipts. M7
1 casks; shipments. IM casks; stock. 22.U0 casks.
Kosln. Arm. sales. SM barrels; receipts, t.177
barrels; shipments. ; ,? barrels* slocks. I2i.it
barrels. Quote: A H lUM.It; O I).. L404?
s?i: E. 75. P. 5.7143 5.so. O. t.U: H. l.M<s
4 M; I, J SOWIOO, K. ?.?0<<4?.;o. M N. 7.13; W O.
7.10; W W. 7 ?.
MARINE imii iii.i m t
PORT OF RICHMOND, JANUARY 23. 1111.
Steamer Berkeley. Shelly. Norfolk, mer?
chandise and passengers, old Dominion Line. .
Steamer i'ocahontas. Graces. Norfolk and
James River Landing- merchandise and pav
sengets. \ irginis Nav igation c o.
Steamer Aurora. Kurnian. Petersburg and
James River landings, merchandise and pas?
sengers. Kurman Line
Steamer Berkeley shelly. Norfolk, mer?
chandise and passengers. Old Dominion Line.
Steamer Aurora. Kurman. James River '
landings aud Petersburg, merchandise and 1
passengers. Kurman Line.
Bradstreet s to-morrow will say for Rich?
mond and vicinity
' Trade conditions taken as a whole have .
been satisfactory for an after holiday season .
however, sales in seasonable commodities 1
have been retarded by continued warm weatb
er this condition particularly applies to retail
trade. Travelers for all Hoes are out with 1
summer and fail samples, and orders for
further shipments are being received In fair
volume Generally a tendency to conserva?
tive buying is evident. Weather conditions
have favored early farming operations.
Sales of loose tobacco and suncured hav ? been
active and prices average higher than lo any
recent years. If not In fact the highest was
paid The high price of cotton has stimu?
lated trade aud helped collections In North
Carolina LgmbQf is in unusually good de?
mand, and many buyers for Northern dealers
are reported in the South. Building opera- ??
tions continue active creating a good demand
TELLS HOW HE GOT
Former Hearst Editor Tells
CorTirnittee He Paid Less
Than $500 for Them.
Washington. .Tanuary 22.?Charles
P. J. Mooney. editor of the Memphis
Commercial Appeal, and formerly man
aging editor of the New York American,
told the Senate Campaign, Fund Inves?
tigating Committee to-day about se?
curing copies of some of the Standard
Oil letters published by William R.
Mr. Mooney testified he negotiated
for copies of only a few of the Archbold !
letters: that they were brought to the
American offices by a white man. whose ?
name he did not know, and that he '
paid less than KM.
"I believed that wi'h letters contain- j
ngrnattersof this sort it wassomeone's
duty to make them public. They 1
showed that senators and representa?
tives sworn to protect the public inter?
ests were committing treason against
the people." Mr. Mooney told the :
Made Photographic Copies.
He testified that when he became
managing editor of t he New York Amer- J
ican in 1904. John Eddy, previously city '
editor, turned over to hirn a number of'
photographic copies of Standard Oil
correspondence with public men. As \
to how t hose were obtained Mr. Mooney ;
could give no information Later aj
man lie could not name offered him more ;
letters and wanted Mr. Mooney to buy .
them, assuring him he had "come by
them honestly." Mr. Mooney made '??
some photographic copies.
"I was later assured by counsel."
said Mr Mooney. "that it would havo
been entirely proper for me to bu t
original letters containing ma'ter r f
such a criminal character. I did not !
want them, however, and I did nat
care to have them remain in my pos?
session or in the paper's possession."
Did Not See Letter Books.
?.Ir Mooney denied the statement ,
in an affidavit by Charles Stump,
presented to the committee las! week,
that "Mr. Chamberlain and Mr. '
Mooney" had inspected letter books
taken from the Standard Oil offices. ,
lie taid He never saw any such books
arid that h?* never had negotiated with
Mi. Chamberlain for any letters. He*
added further that he never had talked
with Mr. Hearst about the corres- j
pondence. and never had bought any '
of the originals
Mr. Mooney branded the statement
that J34 rmo was paid foe copies of the;
Standard Oil letters as "an absurdity" 1
When asked for his judgment an to
the ststemen* that $4 50n was paid. Mr
Mooney replied that from a news,
point of view ;hat price would not
have been excessive.
Th? committee took an indefinite
POWER PLANT SOLD HERE.
Appalachian 4 timpani Pats ? :? non to
Enter < h ri-11.-, n - hurt'?
Bpe< ial to The Times-Dispatch )
Ckrtsttnnabnrg, Va.. January 23 ?
The Appalachian Pow?r Company ves- '
tor.lay bought the c!nistlanshurg Klee-;
tri.-al Cowtpanvs plant and system '
at the price of |30n?i. and will take!
ohargeon February I The new own?
er* a'so made a contract with the'
Council or the town of Christians
burg for lichtiiig and furnishing power
to the town and agreed to furnish
street tight* fre? of charge for twelve
years and six months All lights will,
l>e p-jt on the meter svtem. and will
be furnished at a s.igh'.lv reduced rate :
from th? one now m force. 3 W.
Olass. the owner ?( the ,.id company,
came here two years ago from Halifax
' owaty and bo-nth? the pUnt from
the Morrgomrry I lectrtcaf Cornpany
at the p'l. o of ft.-.rm and has received
ll? ?n? Iracotjne. ol wktch 110 noo was net
profit, and has not expended over R,
r?n on the p'anv tie sa!? is consid?
er, d an e?. silent o[:, for Mr Olase.
On next Thiir?-1av Montgomerv
County will von cn a bond Issue [nr
Itie etc lion of a new jail, and the out
cme is sorr.ewl.aT uncertain. The'
I ircu.f <'o ;rt ta? i.lreadr entor?v|
a:i ? 'der ac.-epttng the answer of th?
b'' ? "uperv.eors ihet thev wotil.i
build the a and 'he s-ip?rv.sors art
commit tec? by re. r M ? ? hulld It. SO If
the b- nd i??iie I? defeated, the court
w' ' ' robably mandamus tke board
BOND IM ?B MONEY DEPOSITED.
?Till Be Drawn As Needed In Building
(Spocial to The Times-Dispatch )
I'ulaski. Va . January 23 - The pro?
ceeds Of tha ?100.COD Dublin district
bond issue have been placed with a
Baltimore trust company at 5 per cent
interest on the dailv balance, the in?
terest being paid January 1 and July 1
of each year. The intereet received on
the deposit will be used to assist in
paying the interest on the bonds and
creating a sinking fund a? directed by
the Board of Supervisors. As a result of .
the arrangement it will not be necessary
to raise the- taxes in Dublin district
more than IS cents on the lioo for the.
first several years, or until the roads are ;
practically completed. It is estimated
that it will take three or more years to 1
consume the money using the road con- I
vlct force, which is now working on the
roads in the l'tilaski district, they to
be transferred to Dublin district upon,
the completion of the roads In the dis
trict in which they are working. Thil
will be some time early m the spring.
Richmonti,. Fretlerictsli'ji & Potomac R.
TO MHO FROM WASHING TOM ?HD Bt TO HO.
Leave Richmond I Andre Richmond
*.">.2J A.M. Bj/ri St. Si*..
?1.40 A.M. Main St. hi*,
IM A.B. Bt.-c at. tita.
?7.SO A.B. Bat* St. Six.
?H.40A.M. Bjrt Skate.
??30 AM Bit* St. Ms.
?0.50 A.M. Main St. Sta.
?12.01 iioos Elrrl St. StaJ
??.OOP.B.Rvra St. StaJ
*S.*0 P.M. Dj r4 St. St*
?4.16 P.B. Lisa station
?6.15 P.M. Main st. sia-J
?S.S0P.M. Btri St
?7.60 A.B. ByrtSLSk*.
ill.:< A.M. klL?8t*t!sa.
HlM A.*. Bjil St.St*.
?12.50 P.R. IilnKLlu
?i.50 P.I. BjrlSt.Su
?s.ts P.a. ByrsKLsts.
?7.1 ' P M. Halo St.tt*.
?7.35 P.B. BTIIMAU
??.00 P.B. Byr.8t.8u.
?fl.HOP. B. BjrtSt sta.
?11.17 P.B. MalnSt.Sti. :
?14.it sight Bv rt stJvt*.
ACO0MM00ATIOV TRAINS-WEEKDAYS. *
bears B/r* St. sts. 4.00 P. a. for Fresrrtcksborg.
Lasts Elba St*. 7-10 A. R..?JR> P. B. far its lass
? rrlTs Byrl St. Sta. ?15 A.M. from Frrsrrleklb'f.
.trite Elba St*. 6.80 A.B ...4* P.B. from Ashlaas.
?Daily. tWeskdays. JSundays ealy.
All traias te er frem Byrd Susct Statiea
step at Elba. Tims ef arrivals and depsrtsrss
ast gsaraatsed. Rssd ths signs.
Chesapeake & Ohio Railway
7:30 A.?Local ?Daily?Newport News.
1:15 A.?Local Daily?I'b'ville. Ex. Sun. .
ft no A.?Kxp -Daily? Norfolk. Old Point
tlO.OO A.?Local?Daily?Lcbbg.. Lex.. C.
?12.00 Noon Express?Daily ?Norfolk. Old
?2:1.5 P.? Express? Dai!) ?fin.. I. ville.
t4 no P.?Express ?Daily? Nor . old Point.
6 00 P. ? Local -Daily- N N?ws. old Point.
*:i: r. ?1-ocal?Ex. Sun.?(.onion.vllle.
S:li P.? I seal Ba Sun.? I.ynchburg.
?6:40 P.? Limited? Daily?Cin.. Chicago,
?ll ?0 P. ? Express? Daily?< In.. Louisville.
?Sleepers, tParlor cars. ?
TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND-- local
from Ka?l ? r. A M . : ?u IV M. Through
from East 1! (I A M r p \f ? p. M.
Local from West ? 2u A. M. **? 51 A. M..
and , 2o I' M Through - .1 A M.. :: a A
M and 3 20 P M
James River Line ??. A M . 7.10 P. M.
??Daily except Sunday.
PREMIER CARRIER or THE Sul'TH.
Trains Leave Richmond.
N B?Following schedule figures published
as information and not guaranteed:
For the South -Dailv 4 10 A. M. Ixv-al
M 4* A. M. Express, s at P. 34. Express,
with Electric lighted Sleeping Cars for At?
lanta and Birmingham, ll 45 p. M. Express
Week Days. ?.0* P. M- local
YORK RIVER LINE.
4 3? r. M -Daily -conn, eting for Balti?
more Mon . Wed. and Friday. 6 4? A. M.?
Ex Sun and : ii 1'. M?Mob. Wed. and
Trains Arrive Richmond.
From ihe south . ? ? A. M. and ? r 4 M
2 ?s P. M . ?5 P. M dally. 12 M El. Sub.
From West Point * *> A M. d?Hy: II M A.
M.. Mon . Werl and Fri .4MP M Ex Sob.
11 LR?. ESS. D. P. A.
?S? E Mais St Phone Madlsna 271.
Atlantic Coast Line
The Stasdar* Rsllresd ef the Seetb.
EFFECTIVE JAM' A R Y 4. ihj.
TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND DAILY.
For Florida and South ? It A. M. sad
t h T. M . 4 M F M . 12 it A. M.
Far Norfolk t 0? A. M . IS* P. M . 4MP.
Fsr N. * W. Ry. West: 111 A M . tJS A.
M.lfl P. M . ? ? P. M.
For I rtrrvhurg t: it A M . 6 11 A. M.
? 11 A. M . ? 60 A M . 6 JS A. M . IS? P. M .
i ?:? P. M . I? P. M il p. M . ?? P. M..
: It :4t P M
Fo- Ooldshorn and FavetteTllle ?? ts P M .
Trais? arrive RlchnnOd dally: tat A. M-.
I IM A. M.. ? M A M.I* A M . "? *? A. M .
I ??in 4? A. JB.. ILM A. 1.? P M.. ??! M
P. M.. 4MP. M . 4 M P. M . IMP. M tat
P. M 11 M P M
?Except snndsr ??Sunday ealy.
Tiste of arrival and od pert ere and Con?
ner t too* oet guarsoteed.
? ? < AMPBBLL. D P A . :t? Msls
Eickmeed ssd Chesapeake Bay By. Ce
Schedule of FJecnV Trains. eftWtlre Mar
*> is 1 Lea?? kl hmond. LJWel ssd Brood
11? A Si.. ?7 6 A. M.. M M A.
M INI M . **t* is A. M.. 11 M A. M . I N
P. M . I l? P M . 1 N P. at.. MS f M > M
P M . * 3? P M . 7 IS P. M.. M M P. M .
14 Ii I* M . II M P M. !.**'? A?hl*od Fog
land aad Maple Streets *l U A M b*: ? A
M ? at A M.b*?*A M.. M m A M . ?*H 1 %
AM ?11 *> M . ??? ej P M.. ? 4? P M 1 ?
P M.iaP N. M* P. M 4 e? P M . : M
P. M . P. M.. M M T ?4 . Ii 4S P. M.
?Doiiy except Sosday. ??gaaaay sssy.
bf arrtej bar gags.
icfo PREFERRED CUMULATIVE
Union Securities & Realty Corporation
$100,000.00 of this stock is offered at par, subject to sale or
increase in price.
This Company has a large paid-in Common Stock, and its
funds are entirely invested in Real Estate or Real Estate Se?
curities in Richmond and Virginia. The officers, directors and
stockholders are all men of known standing and successful
Richmond business men.
This is an unusual opportunity for a Virginia investor, for
the reason that the stock is not taxable. Full information will
be furnished by the undersigned.
UNION SECURITIES & REALTY CORPORATION.
THOMAS GRESHAM, President.
R. H. BRUCE, V.-P. and Gen. Mgr.
A. L. McCLELLAN, V.-P. and Treas.
DIRECTORS-J R. Paschall. A. L. Adamson, Warner
Moore, A. L. Hawse, W. L. Walters, C. Boice, O. J. Sands,
Wm. C. Camp, A. L. McClcllan, R. H. Bruce, Thomas Gresham
and James Mullen.
Offices: American National Bank BIdg., Room 514.
JOHN L. WILLIAMS & SONS,
The Bank of Commerce and Trusts
Ninth and Main Streets,
Invites TOU to consider its claims to your patronage.
As a strong, progressive factor in the upbuilding
of your city, an agent upon whose honesty and ability
you can rely to look after your banking affairs in
times of plenty and as a friend in your time of need.
This Bank stands prepared to serve the small cus?
tomer as well as the larger interests with the same
unfailing courtesy and attention to individual re?
quirements and with its liberal policies and unexcelled
facilities it is in a position to create between its pa?
trons and its management those cordial and per?
sonal relations so difficult to establish with the
largest institutions, and yet so essential to your
daily comfort in business.
Accounts of Firms, Individuals and Corporations
VIRGINIA FIRE & MARINE
Are ample enough to cover any unforeseen contingency that might arise.
( AN VOr SAY THE SAME.' If not, the fault is yours. Better make
them so bv opening a savings account in
RICHMOND'S STRICTLY COMMERCIAL BANK.
Make deposits regularly, whatever you can spare. You won't miss the
money now and you WILL need it later. For every dollar you deposit in
the savings department we will pay you 3 per cent interest, compounded
semi-annually. One dollar opens an account.
Planters National Bank
of Richmond. Virginia.
Surplus and Profits. $1.45t).t>H.6w
Rkhinond & Petersburg Electric Railway
Cars Invr Msnrhetter. Seventh snd Perry
Street?, for Petersburg
*t. ;. ?. ??. M. 11. ?? A. M . I. I. ?3. 4. i.
??. r.?. *t. i? p. m.
P. M- for Chester. 12.?00 midnight for
Cars leate P?ter?hurit. foot of Sycamore
str^. for Manchester.
t;:ii. t ??; i* ?: j?. t it. t at. ?Ii j*. am
A. M ; 12 Jt. ?1?. :J3. 3.14. ?4JS. t .Jt. 4 JJ.
*?:?. ? iS. ? 15. ?13.40. 11:40 P. M.
t Dally?Ft. Sunday snd holidays
?Carries hseesKC snd express.
??Limited?Kxeept Sundays and holidays
All cars from Petersburg conact with
cars for Richmsood.
SEABOARD AIR LINE.
Southland trains scheduled to lesre Rirh
??iond dally: ?.* A. M.? Locsl to Norlina
i ?>! P. M ?Sleepers snd coach's. Atlant?.
Birmingham, .?atanoah. Jacksonville: fsj
P. M ? Limited. ? ? A. M.?Sleepers and
loach's. Jsrksonci?e. II 21 P. M.?Sleep
ers and raoche* Atlanta. Birmingham.
Memphis. Northbound trsin* scheduled to
arrive In Richmond dairy: ; .40 A. M.. 3JB1
A M . 4:4? A. M . it) P. M.. t.40 P. M-.
Norfolk & Western Railway
ONLY ALL KAIL LINK TO NOKfOLK.
Wcbedul? in FfT'-ci ?ept's?h?r n ism
Leere Byrd Street Station. Richmond. FOR
NORFOLK *?u> A. M.. *?M P. M. *4:M
FOR LYNTHBI Rli AMI TKK WEST:
?4) It A. M-. ?? v? A. M . 1?P. M.. ??.? P M
ArrlTe Rlchn,oad from Norfolk: *1| 4? A
M . *t Jt P. m 11 JO V. M. From tee W<st:
Si. A. ML S3 10 P. M . bl 40 P. M . ?? OS P.
M . ?v et P. M.
?Dally a Daily ex Sunday bSunday only,
tt B BKV ILL. Pass Traf. Mer
W. C. SAl'NDER*. O P. A . Kosnok?. Vs
' H Rf'-I.I.V I) I' A Kl<-hmond V?
Winter Trips "By Sea"
BOf4TON AM? IROTTDBNCB.
- . s ->r."o ? u Boston 4?. r. ? i -? pi
Thursday, 'e Pro?t4sece. 'Header Teurs
dar sod s .tareey. * P sf Tr.?ht osiv.
Tr routr? tickst? es eels te prtectpei eeseea.
Fts* etseeaere. tees tuet sendee, lew rarsa.
Wir?i?es tsieerepb Ssed tor seekist.
Ap? r C. a O Ry.. jt. * W. Ry, S. B.
?foe. Ke 7e? K. stela Street, end Rtce
sxsed TTSBST.r c?aseny N? ts? C Mala S4.
ens; srst- wommmir*
About pereonally eondweted) cruises to.
Cube, Jamaica. Pa name. West ladles j
snd Bermuda. January 4. S. 1*. 1?, t4X
22 end St. tvbruary 1. I. 2". ? end 21.
March 11. 27 ?J>d St. Special !rduc?
ments for Jeaeary 4. | it aad 1?. Call
for II lust ret ?d prorren.
Independent Toufiet Aarenf.
res i ee4 ejoto street nienesenC I
of our customers arc matters of
first concern to the officers of
this bank, as we prosper with
our patrons. We have the in?
clination and ability to serve
First National Bank,
Ninth and Main.
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS,
Your account is welcomed, be it
forge or small.
Manchester National Bank
One of our Home Saving* Banks
will help you to save money.
OLD DOMINION UKt
L?. IMefctwrod root or As* *t daily - *f ?I.
Leav. Newport Nm.I? A. M.
Arrive Norfolk: ... I ?J A M.
Coaaorts with a>s>n IIa? ifMM ?eaelag
Norfolk for New Tor* deOy. e?rwa? *ax.4ay,
7 ? P. M Cuaustillsas alas taade by Jf. a)
?y. t P. M. aad C. * O. Mj. at ? P. M.
?tip ?? Osr-tBoat ?#
aa ataaaJ. aad will
^v|mciNf*hNA?ToVTION CO. ISectlre
Marrh II ?Jaates Pdver bp w*TUC*t Par
Norfolk aad Old Potot Newport New. ard
ail Janes giver lax<Uaas . . ?t**.m?r leaves
Monday Weaaesday and Prlday at tJi A,
M Prescht received for ail Janes Airs?