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Nftr York. February $.?Wall Street,
or ?t least that part of it which ia
actively mm erneu in the affairs of
the -dock market, was inclined to look
op tke bearish side of things to-day
and the market was sluggish, with a
gem rally heavy tone. The range of
quotations waa not large enough to
i. ? ! a decided change In sentiment,
rail.' r, it suggested an attitude with
a general expectation that some of
ib. <;.<?!? pim nts awaited might not
b< f.ivrahl. Perhaps the news for
which Hi. street awaited most eagerly
was d? dnlte word whether the Halkan
war w..s to be resumed. It is as?
sumed that continuance of hostilities
would have a depressing effect on the
money and securities market of the
'". ..f widespread labor trout.de in
the ateel industiy was an influence oa
the bear side, as was the disappoint
psenl which was felt whea the su
pr. me Court adjourned for three weeks
without annouiiciT g the decision in
th- Minnesota rate ease. I'neertainty
wheth. r this decision would be an
l.eui.. ? d w .?>? a large factor in check
: ? .. ::t.-. ?I urine the morning, and
?heu word came from Washington
hinting thai the court's rulfng would
,..,t i BaaOM known to-day. prices
astgrai down under the most ac
tive of the selling.
steady pressure against steel
.. j. the most conspicuous stock
day's trailing and forced it down
B U over ? point at times. Can. whose ,
faint Ii.lvalu e last week excited much !
oaanmeat, pursued an uncertain course j
to-daj opening off a point, recover
big Ita tree, aad then falling three
points southern PacMc was heavy, j
Loaaca among most of the leading
at-?- vs, i .hi . vor. w . re comparatively j .
small. For a time |g the midday
trading the mark? t made a showing I
>?? strength, l.ehig'n Valley. Heading
and Ualoa Pailtic leading a spurt with
rlaea ??: a point, but the list soon gave
way again 4 !
lie,-laration of a $40 dividend on ' 1
Standard ?>u af New Jereey was foi- U
. .i |.v active trading in oil stocks I
on the < urb. Standard of New Jersey *
aeaadrl up eighteen potato, but later , j
lost a large part Of its gain. j
Laatloa sold stocks here to-day. dis- j
paatas of about l?/iuO shares <>n bal- 1
ance. j J
Fonds were irregular. Southern Fa- '
.in collateral fours were strong and
active. Total sales, par value, $1,075,- |
00?. 1 '
Panama ?s advanced ?? on call. 1
Total salts, to-day. 2*2. IHM shares. ,
including: American Tobacco, 500: ' i
Lehigh Valley, 5.500; Norfolk and (
?Testern, Cl"". Heading. 57.800, Sea- ,
beard, 14?; Seaboard Air Line, pre- ' ]
ferred, 100: Southern Railway, 100;',
Southern Railway preferred. 100; Ten- :
n. aaee Copper, 100; L'nltcd States Steel, j J
52.40". I i
N< ?v York. February ?;.?Money on l
call Bna; :lJ?i::'<: ruling rate and
floalni bid. t%i offered at 2S?. Time J
loans, firmer; sixty days, 3 4 ?i .1 \. \
ninety days, 4; six months, ''4 per | 1
Prime mercantile paper, 4 4 8 5 per J
cent. Sterling exchange steady, with ; ,
actual business in bankers' bills at 1
4.V.31.'. for sixty-day bills and at 4 8740 ('
Commercial bills, i.^'i.
Par silver. tt%. : "
Mexican dollars. 484. :i
Government bonds, tlrm; railroad;,
bonds, irregular. i 1
KlfHMOMI >Tf>CR MARKET
Bv ate hard W. Unary.
Stack and Benti Broker. Ml K Main Street.
Richmond. Va.. February 3. ME
BAUM AT BOARD.
\ i-tinia Centuries-1 00? at a*4
STATE SKct'R ITIKS. Bid. Ask*d
VI ?.:.-.:.? 3*. Old. C and R. 1SK.. S7
Vs . vr.iurles. r-J. C. am! It. 1?!.. W',
A C. la R. R. Con. Tr.. 4 p. c... _.
C. and O. Gen'! M.. 44?. ls?2. 101 ...
Georgia, Sou. and Fla.. JMi. 104
Georgia aid A a con la, iS4... Ks) ?. j
?seheerd Air 1.ire ??. tsso.
Beeksard liljeatmial f.s. 1*4?. Ti .? I
Southern Railway 1st In 1???. M ... '
?: Dev. and ?;. M. 4?. is**. :? _. j
?stern N C. 1st os. C . Ml.M _.
STRUCT HY. STOCKS. Par
Va K> :.rd Rower Co. pf.i_ICS) M ... j
\. c and Peeat ? 0. com_ino 53 15
RAILROAD 8TOCKR Par
Atlantic c..a?t Mne com .HO 1S? _.
? ...v.;.. ..?. .... ?>hlo.l'Sl TS _.
k ..r..l Western < om.100 US '
.? 1 loerd Air Mr.? pfu.in? 47 ... ,
Southern Ratlwaj pfd.is* W ... 1
Southern Railway ore.1** ;t
HANK AM. TRIST OO STOCKS
X- ? Sf-eet. X 01 ... i
r?. k mt >-..miner, e ar..l Trust- ins Bg
National Bank.M Ml _.
? ?->-in:env?ealtb Bank.!*? UC
Kit.-t National. 1*1 mg
National State and city Bank 10") Its ... j
I :.d Hank an.l Trust Oe. B Ma ???
Re-hmseH Tfhst m-L.ssi. CS..MM
Bavtngi Benhv*?t> ItTihrnsad . ?4 ?,7
I'nsae Bark of Rjchrion.. ?90 ... I
... Tru-t Company. . 1?) i:.? ... I
? ?? Bud .s> n 4-,
?' KI.l,A NKi lt*S.
' he..,. ->f?. a p. c.mm ii* i
-Chalsner^ rtfn. ?S
?' sa TeesM a Co eM ts ikeg). Mfn
-:. an Tobai . o ? 0 old ?* ibldi. UW
1 ...?.?t Line 1st 4? . JC.
?i. Coast I ine-L and N. ?*. >l
???m. 4? ?in Baltimore). ?e
!?- k? an.! <>h*o <ons-. i",e ....... H
h and Mvers ".?. reti,
in am iivers ;?. i.-p,
?rd ? sasvnay ie. ss-,
? aid Company Ta il.|d?. !**'.,
in ano Western . enr. 4?. UlS
. -1 Mr line stamped 4s ibldi ... I ,
? si I Air lane a.i.. ae. ... .
awn Rag was ?*. n .
t IIHiin n IRkl Is
-a February J.?T--- :a- - .
-ned easy after as esr(? ad-, an
, - ? ? "i^i
oftji ajv ^<3nrsf.-xt with
THE UNION BANK
um Karr main itki kt.
tie* htvicra a sTTart. j per
Official Range and Sale of Stocks in New York
HT THOMAS BRANCH . C
Op*n High Low. Bid.Asked
. . ? 11*
12.J0O Amalgamated Copper. 7." TS'? TSV
100 Am. Agrl. Chem, com. M", KV*A 5.?,
1?M Anier Beet Sugar, com. IK RE
? '. . <"' Am,i r.( an Can . 42\ 43?? +
Ms* American Can, pfd. !37'? 127*. lMC
100 Am. Car and Foundry. ?S*? ;~.3*? 6.|i9
American Cotton Oil.
American Linseed Oil.
300 American locomotive, pfd.. P6*4 MHi
iesTT Malt Co.. pfo.
1.700 American Smelting. TS1-* 71
Anivri'-an Snuff, com.
?00 \nu t ican Sugar. 117'. 11T7?
UM Am Tel. and Tel. Co. Its I?."*
60U Anierlcu Tobacco, com. 9*4 3d
Amerii'an Tobacco, pfo.
1 ?>>? Anaconda Copper . 37*? 38 37*4
?Ml At< bison . MS?, l?t PC.
Atlantic Coast Line.
A C. L., of Connecticut.
too Baltimore ami Ohio. 102?, 10!?, I?-.-*?
M Bethlehem Steel Co. com_ 39 39\ MV
I OS Bethlehem Steel Co. pfd
mo Hi itisli-Amer. Tob. Co
I.imi Hr.iciklv n Rapid Transit. ..
Central leather com.
2,!<?' <'anadian I 'a? itic.
4.9011 California 1'etroleuni.
Chesapeal.e ami ' iblo.
Chicago Qroel Western.
Chicago Oreat Western, pfd
j.6*i Chicago, mm aufi st Paul
Crucible Steel Cor., com.....
Cnselble steel, pfd.
v/i Colorado Fuel and Iron. 4P~
Colorado and Southern. ...
.'kh Consolidated Gas. 13s
S?ies Cera Prodi acta, coi. i5?-i
Denver ana Rio (Iran., com. ...
Ms Brta . :ui.
K.ie _'cl pfd. to
Kc<i. Min. nd Bmoltlag. pfd.
.::??< ieneral Klectric. %%%%
Ose. \V. Helme Tob. ?.'o.
i.;rcat Northern, pfd.
?0ii Great Noethara Ore Ctfs..
?'?i Illinois Central .
2.SK> Interboro-Mel . Ml
?SM Interboro-Mel . Jtd. tu
LjM In Harvest, r. COM. U4
Int. Mer Ma : im , > Sen.
von International Taper. 12
Interntional Paper, pfd
. l '!K
i. Hankers and Brohre
Bales stock Open. High
.ei Kansas City So., com.?. 2S*? %t-j
,aW Lehlgh Valley. ....... lfflVs !?*?
Low. Bid Asked.
Ustt IM lUS UP*
:i?> Llitsrett & Mvera Tob. corn..
00 Llggetl and Mvem Tob., pfd. 11*.
Lorillard Tobacco, com.
Lorrlllara obacco. pfd.
Louisville and Nashville.
Mexican Petroleum. 7*1,
300 Miami Copper .
Mo . Kan. and Texas.
600 Missouri Pacific . 41%
10? National Lead . 3!?i
Ks) New York Central .
? ?? N V. out and Western
2.lie Norfolk and Western...
-.?.??? i Noi t'iei n Pacific.
i^ii Pacific Mail.
; Pen nsylvania .
I'copie s Gas .
P. C <'. and St. L. coin..
Pittsburgh Coal, com_
m Pi Seaed Steel Car.
Ry, S'eel Spring, com....
Sfrj lA.ton Heading .
?si, 1 i? Republic I. and B.
KM RepnbliO 1 and S.. pfd..
10.000 Rock Island .
.. Rock Island, pfd.
lOt S. Am L., com.
let) s a L. pfd.
St. Louia South. cOm....
86 Southern Pacific . lot!',
lot southern Railway . 27
100 Southern Railway, pfd. NMj
Standard oil .
Texas Pacific .
:i.?50 fnion Pacific . l-ss?
U I Cnst Iron Pipe, com.
?10 t'nitd States Stores. lttM
2.409 United States Rubber. M
t .??> United States Stleel . ?4V,
Uft1/? I JO1 4
1?1H 161% 1?-"
H -?2K 2.-4
1MJU 114 I!.'.
. . i?wvj m
41 " :>?' I . S Steel, pf.l.. X 1?,. M
B Va.-Cer. Cheas.
pSJ V'a.-Car. Chemical, pfd...
1>\ .WO \'a Ry. ami Power, com.
]y*t Va. Rv. and Power, pfd.
4t \\ abash . 4 4
c>-1 \\ abash, pfd. IS IS
V? ',*?> Western l'tuon. 72 72
?ym4 We% man-Hrn. Tob., com.
IM SM Western Ma;>lnnd. COSH. 4.'^, 44
W ?-stein .Marv hmrt. pfd.
12-- 1.M0 Utah Copper. M% 64^
? " Total sales for da>. SUN shares.
31-5, 31*. 32H
110 110 IHM.?
n*'? n?s iw
SO 29 30V
!2iS ia.** ii2
... IWi I MM
1 ltfeV, IBS',
?:ov? 20 aoa
::: s^:* 3
44 4 4?,
MMj b**i l?j:,
... 1377. L2s?
m?; Ml B
?rlnting companies Is said to h?v* adopted
i time schedule of five day* per werk.
Cotton futures cloved steady :
Open High. Lo? close
?Vhruary..12.30 . 12JJ
tar. h .IUI I1SI 12 2? l-'VI
vpril .12.12 . a.**
fay .15.12 IEM 12.M UM
Une . ULM
lulv .15.02 12.?? 11 ?"> II.9?
lugust . .. . ILM ILM ll>4
September . 11.49 II.?'.* 11.4?
>. toner .ILM 11.44 11 Sr. 11.SS
>eceniber .11.?? 11.41 IIS? 11.?
Spot cotton closed antat; middling up?
ends. 129?. middling gulf. 13 :t>. sales. 700
Cotton, quiet: middling. 15so: net re-elpta,
0 balsa; gross. ;< .TO? bales sales. Too bales,
t... k. IM.M1 hal?>. export to Oreat Britain.
.94s bales. Coast vise. 7,?;,; bales.
Total to-day at all ports-Net reretpts.
4.HSU bales, export to Greet Britain. 10.91?
ia|es; t? the Continent. 2*.03.". bales: stork.
Consolidate.! at all ports-Net receipts
7.r.5" bale;.; export to Qreat Britain 12 050
.ales; to the Continent. 4"..4?2 bales: to
?Rpan. EM bales.
Total since September 1 nt all ports Net
e.elpts, 7.SV5.1M bales. export to Oreat
4rltatn. 124S.nl bales. to France. KZ.?M
.ales, to the Continent. 1 ?Km bales, to
'apan. lwl.?Os |..,ies. to Mexico. 2.95* bales.
New Orleans. February 3.? Cotton futures
pened steady at an advance of ;vi3 points i
?n favorable .able* and tee much 'aln In
he cotton belt. The market had a fairly ?
teady tone throughout the Beesten, and the
lose was at a net advn.e of from ftW
lotnts. Immediately after the opening shorts
llsplayed a tendency to sever. Neither side .
ttempted much new business because of ,
he holiday here t..-morrow. The market i
ia.1 a good undertone and BO real pressure j
ias in evidence from any dlrertlon. The |
narket est steady at an advance of Tat
.oints when telegrams from New York
verc received reporting a f.ve-.lay schedule
miong printing works fca Fall River. Mass.
This caused selling fi r both accounts, and
urne.l the advance into a decline, although
t did not stimulate trading te any great
?xtent At noon th.* trading inontha were
lb t points under the last prices of Salur
ia>. Complaints that (arm work was being
Jelayed by wet weather held the market
?teady. however, and there was some ad -
ante aft.r the decline in the afternoon
he market was steady. Spot cotton quiet
ind unchanged: middling. U 7-Mc. I sales
m the spat. tSt hales and 100 to arrive. Clos
ni tuturee: February. ULM; .March. l;.3l;
day. KM; July. 1230. August. II 94, Septem- ,
>er. ILM; Octeksr, 11.4S; December. 11.4a. j
NEW YORK I'KODKK MARK KT.
New York. February 2. - Flour- Market
Seedy Wheat Bear; No I red.
11: No. 1 northern Dululh. tl Corn?
<teady at 5?-kc.
Hides arid Leather Firm. Rosin- Finn,
"etroleuin Steady. Wool steady. Turpen
ine- Steady, ma. hme barrels. 4?^?. Blee
m.I Molasaea? Steady Sugar Raw and re?
ined, steady Butter- Steady. creamery,
?stras. 3*>e4?37r Cheese ? Steady. State,
?hole milk. held, colored, specials. }'-\'a
;??-?.. CetVss spot r.rm. Rio. No. 7. l3Tac:
?ante?. No. 4 B%r,; mild, <-ulet. Cordova.
Potatoes -Loser. Bermuda new. barrel.
M - Southern do.. 91 7.V.M 0-5 Msine In
t'Uik. per 1*' i.oun-is. E4MEM; Long Island.
I. . oiJ.7... State. $1 7."-?:.'Si. Western. 11. :".-<i
?B Cabbages Meady. Danlea seed. ton.'
kltisOO. red. ll.'.-a 17.'*i. Southern, new. .rate. ,
?"? all Fretghts Bar.lv strady .-.-.?'on to1
Liverpool, p-v Nt pounds. Mtt.: grain te Lev- .
?rpool. 3'i-d grain to London. Id. Peanuts ? I
nha: fancy han.ipi. ked. V irginia. Mt?9MkC-; ?'
Virginia shelled. Noe I and g Me.
Celtsnaaad "H was higher on talk of ad- !
lancing crude markets, rseestng of shorts
and local speculative buying on the firm?
ness In lard closing prl.es were points
net higher. Sales ?.sfn". bales Prime . rude.
'?14 sales summer yellow, KMMCM, Feb?
ruary, e .T. M?r< h. ????. Apri. a..;. May and
June ?. _s, Julv. iiA4 August *? 3.".; Septem- .
l-er. tMK prime winter yello- . w ?"Hr?.??;
prime --iimriier white $MW* M
4 air \i.4i t.R \l\ M tKkl r.
1 h'.sgo. February 3.- Wheat prl.es sagged
a> a result of heavy- snow, dlspelifna cold
v.rather danger lr: the wirter crop belt The
market c!??e.i unsettled al a decline of ',?1
'j. net. Cf.rn finished Ujg. up. oats un?
hanged to 1-I?. higher and provisions
learer by ---r"!r- to 17174.
1 he leading futures ranged as follows:
open. High. Low Clean
May. M% ft*. Kt% 93',
.lulv. 9;:. 9.?, ViS 91
sept. *?"? ????., m% M%
? ? RX
Max- .?. :;?, ;.; ,
let] . 13 3?a n -sV.
s POKE Ter ML
ly .19 1?
Eb-. fer its Ina
to 2? 10 1? l"..-:
.MM is 1. 1? n
!?..?> 1"? 10 .e i > j
:T RIPS l,r WS lbs
MM 1?:. mM mM
mM ? j? is 12 10?
gra-. esseed: v\ h?m- No 1 red fl 10
! hard :. ??>. \.o 1 northern.
? 0 ? itatgc . No 2 spring,
j. Ontf No ; Re. ; eh:-e .rv.
I bj - i ? .p.-\ I -K.tte- q^ote-l
Bsl'1-....re >t. ! e,.r.,ary "?Wheat Kas
?r at tl ?: . 1 - Rtendi at ?..?>
steady N* : white Is. s-andard white
?. R e hsS t: S \" : s-estern de-r..stic.
KIIHMilMi I.IOIN MtRRFT
I ? r ?? . ?? \ ^ t en,.?:?, .
ITH<>1 .ESALF QUOTATIONS ON ? HANi.E
no : ? sett I a line
No ; res' ragfcts . 1 i; g
1 "I e I 95
ft e .
Va Febfaar-i -
? . srta'o.ns ? O ?
!??* m y, m
d is-ssessaa-e. ** '
?.a ?? ? 11.
. a 17
.. am PMaaai
.... N ? ? .
11 ?e a
Loose-pressed, lnrg? bales... if 11.00
SHUCK* -Oompresae J . 11.00 *f 13M
I.ouse-prea.scd. large bale?.. ig 12.00 '
1 ITM OND UVB STOCK MARKET. I
iSales .it l'nlon Btaek Tarda.?
Slrhmanfl Va. February 3. 1S13 ;
l>port at the live stock market foi the .
??ek ending February 3:
Uesi Nteery. 7',?(V . medium to good. !
T1.*- . COtwaaoa to fair. ^'a7t\'\; best heifera.
t;i^'a7i4, .. ir.r Hum ?o good. ?'U^f'*''.; c ommon ,
to fair. 4??ft^ .: best rom. RM<Sc ; medium
to good. 4*4* jw> .. common to fair. 3"?$4c.;
best oxen tH#a%e>; medium to tool. 4^8
Wc.i common to fair, SH'tM^c. , bulls. 4V,4T
''?V beat calves. 93!<v.; fair to good. 7<?*?c.;
d? ks afBac. rows and calvea. $3??iTS.OO per i
head. Best heavy r.oga. MS; medium and j
lightweight hoga. Ic; pica TVtfSc.: son* i
and stags. B-Htlc.: best lambs. 7*i84c.: me?
dium to good. r.^tcjrTr.; common to fair. 4fr
ic; best sheep. K*t>'?e.. fair to medium. ; S :
6c.. common to fair. 3H'<'< ic
New York. February 3. Beeves Irregular.
Steers. Sl.7.VB>..i;:. bulls. i."4f6.10; cows. ?3.40'd
SJK, CaUes steadv to Arm. Veals. IVSOw
ISM; a few at R2.1V culls. $*?*.00. barnyard
i alv?s and yearling. $4'aS.n0. Sheep and
1.?nibs? Sheep steadv lambs higher. Sheep.
|4$*.M; culls, ttW9>.W: lambs. ?7.7S<?9..".0:
.Ulis. $Mf: ?0. Hogs -Higher at 1*.10'.i I ?
Chicago Hi.. February 3.-Cattle?Oenerul
ly steady. B?e\e>. I? 35'a 9 00; tows an.I belt?
ers. $3ii7.$l; calves. *fi ^V'rlO.00. Hogs?Mostly
|e. above Saturday 'a :.\erage. Bulk of sales,
$7.<>0"'r?.70. Sheep-Steady to strong, native ?
muttons. ?4.?UMSO. I?mbs K?0*r?7-.
MISCKEEAN BOC8 MARKET*.
COTTON C.OODS MARKETS.
New York. February 3. -The i oiton goon*
markets nrt' steadier with tiade In domes?
tics stronger So ji hern staple ginghams
have been advanced ? and Kastarn < hum
brics lie, a yard. Jobbers report good bus
Ineas ?Ith retailers. Kail dress good- Ilms
?111 f.e formally opened within a week by
leading mills. Tarns are steadier.
Wilmington, ft. C, February 5.-Spirits
Turpentine?Steady at 41c. Itoaln?Steady at
*'?.*> Tar- Firm at ttJtt Crude Turpentine
Firm at fc'c4.00.
Savannah. Qg, February 3.?Turpentine -
Firm at i_ sales 314 . ask* recata -
34) -asks shipments. <u: caaka, stork
?tasks. Rosin -llrrn, salea. 44>> barrels, re- ?
celpts. ! SM barrels; shipments. 4*9 barrels;
etoi k 12S.TS1 barrels.
New Orleans. February 3.- Rosin?Receipts
300 barrels! Turpentine?Receipts. W barrels.
MARINE IN HI I Mil MM ?
PORT OF RICHMOND FnBKFAKY 3. 1013.
A RH IV ED.
, Steamer Berkeley. Shelly. Norfolk, iner
raaavdlrsj and passengers. Old Dominion IJaa
Steamer Brandon. Harney. Norfolk, mer?
chandise and passengers, old Dominion Dine.
Steamer Aurora. Furman. Petersburg ami
James Klver landings, merchandise an i pas
gers, Furman l.lne.
Steam?r Berkeley. Shelly. Norfolk, tner
chandlse and passengers. Old Dominion l.lne.
Steamer Brandon. Harney. Norfolk, mer- '
chandlse and passengers, old Dominion Lit.-.
Steamer Mubjack. t.raves, Norfolk and '
James River landings, merchandise and
pa-sengere. Virginia Nav|e?':.in Company.
Steamer Aurora, Furman. Petersburg and
J.im?s River landings, merchandise and
passengers. Furman Line.
Sloop Floren, e. A. J. Calkins. Claremont,
Odds and Ends From the Wire
SAVKIt BY FAITHFIT. DOG.
Intoxicated Man Nearly Perished in the
1 Atlantic Cltr, February 3.?Rai attention
. attracted by the barking of a dog on Had
don Avenue soon after midnight. I'atroiman
Marshall found a man lying unconscious in
the street. ?Ith a -mall fox terrier tearing
.?t his clothing In an effort to arouse him.
Marshall had the man removed to the clty
.?n. allere It waa found that while intoxi?
cated he had nearly frozen. When revived
be gave the name Frank Craven, of Bos
t. < r.. He ivm given medical attention.
Had it not been for the dog. which die- ,
appealed as soon as the policeman arrived,
Craven must have perished.
AxTRAl IN (OLD HAN DOBS.
Lost in Blinard for an Kntire Day and
Perry N. Y. February 3.--Fighting against
a tlerc" blizzard for a day and a night.
.Iam.es Dillon, aged fifty -seven years, waa
f: oaen so badly that w hen he was taken to
the h?nne of ileorge i.einley-. near this city,
he oied without regaining consciousness.
I'tlb.n left a train near ills destination on
Friday night and started to walk a rsaM
. BasaltJr to the home of relatives. The bllz
Bafd Minded hirn anu after awhile he be?
came lost arid could not rind his way. He
remained in the . oid until found and res?
cued by Lemley. v ho ru?hed Dillon to his
home, where he iib.1 shortly alter. Dillon
formerly ?vas a larn.er liv ing near here, but
had been engaged In the nursery stock
business tor the past few years.
Mil APIKNDH ITI?. RK( OKU.
sixteen Boys Operated on in a Meek at St.
Philadelphia. Fa . rn.ruary 3. ? A world"*
appendl'-l'ls record has heeii established
oaring th? past week at St Mary s Hospi?
tal, where sl.teen hoys have been operated
upon for that fashionable disease, and every?
one of the victims will recover. The lad*
? .n?e in age from tsel'-e to fourteen years.
They are all inmates of St. Fran-is Indus
i-tal s.h'ad. at Kddington.
Starting -?lih Monday last. Ihe boys were
t.iken ro the hospl;::! In relays of four, the
?sch haorif k?n admlt'ed on Friday.
They were operatel on at different times,
as the knife was used on all of them by the
same surgeon. Dr. Kllwoeei Kirby.
The disease was pronounced i hronlr. and
the attacks necessitating operations were
lire.tly due to the failure of the boys to
take medi. ine that was prescribed for them
a- Ihe hone.
?c. I.KIOMI. BY sVHiKF Ol STF %K.
i>dd s.!cn!rnt >,niU Man anil 1A oman to
PI-1 a'.eiphla. Pa . February 3.?Overi-nroe
b) the fames of birring meat, a man and
? at .-n were removed from the rooming
-V tm at 13.* Vine street yesterday to the
Hat.nemann Ilesplts, I:, an uncons-lous con ?
dition. and it required several hours' work
I the use of the p-lmotor to rev ive them.
7 ne < oupie are William Chupllo and So
utiiH Snilih Both formerly lived In Slien
?"doah. airo-clrg SS A. ting Iseteetlve C i
rar who I?-e.rigat?d the case The accl
dent 1? one of the m?t unusual that has ,
< oine to the attention of the local authori- j
ties In a long time.
FOOL ST AKTS PANIC.
Scorching Trooeer* in Big Meeting dive
Chance for fry of Fire.
Hartdonfield. N. j February 3 - An odor
of burning cloth. :ne rise of a thin wreath
of srnoke and some fool crying fire starred
h panic at a men's meeting In the Opera i
House, vchiih might have become serious
b'jt for the ?ool heads of the leaders. The ,
room whs lammed with SOO Interested men.
aad Dr. YVIntleld S. Hall, of Chicago, w ,..*?
Hearing the end of a lecture on "Sex
Hygiene'' v hen the trouble started. Be?
cause of the cobl the heaters had been
pushed to their Ihm'., and Harry Komer
cot so near a register that his trousers be?
gan to gcawTgc
While an Investigation was being made
of th? cause of the odor and the smoke
the fool with his ready . ry frightened most
of those near the only exit, and a wild
stampede began. J. Flthian Tatem. who
v as In c harge of the meeting. Dr. Hall and
others commanded order and manages! to
get in an explanation at what was wrong,
while the rornettst started a lively hymn
and the pann- was over In a trace. Mr.
Homer's trousers were badly scorched Th*?
meeting was under the auspices of the V.
M. C. A.
I.KM THIEE IRON -JAWED.
Bites Diamond from letting on Wearer's
Baltimore. February 3?The pol|e? are
looking for a thief v ho weighs about Hi j
pound'* and lias an iron Jaw. This Is the |
only description that eaoM be given by the !
men who were so astounded by his feat that
the man Heil before they had a good look i
at hlni. While In a saloon with several j
friends, l.oui? VACH p it Ms hand negligent- |
ly on the bar. c in the third finger of hla j
right hand sparklej a half-karat diamond j
In tls gold setting. The strong-jawed man \
stood at en? end of the bar and edged |
? loser to Woir. Suddep'y he rea. hed forth j
both hands, setjert Wolf by the Wt arm j
an.] at the same time bent over and grasp- i
ed the ring with his teeth.
Wolf gave en etirle.niatlen of pain ar.d
th? stranger after giving him a shove that ,
?ent him reeling half ?eroas the room, dart- I
ed out of the door Believing that the man
a as a maniac and had tried to bite his hand 1
Wolf raised that member to his fare There
ras a slight scar on his third finger, but
there was something missing?the diamond
had been bitten clear of its setting.
MARR1 TWICE TO BE -IRE
Bridegroom'* Itmih Wat i on tinted by
Sharon Bill, pa Fehruary 5?Although 1
thev were married In Wilmington last i
fourth of .tul>. Mr and Mrs ?George Boy?
er, of Sharon Hill, were married over again
in the reetory of St. Colombia's Cfcurch. |
to convince the bridegroom'*! mother that
?hey really ?ere i,ot fooling Bo>er and his
a ife v ho was MI? Emma Hoppe, daugh?
ter of Mr and Mrs. Edward Hoppe, form- j
erly of Sharon Hill, but nose of Lands
I rt ma?ic by men of moderate mean-, in which thi< Com?
pany i- named cxecntor. than by rich men.
I iie only reason is that there arc more men in the t'or
Which lead> u* t?j >ay that it i* even more important
iof t'. c man of ?>mal1 mean* to safeguard his e?tate than for
the rKh man.
< ? lect. piea-e?we will draw yorr will free of charge,
- company is named executor.
Virginia Trust Co.
The Safe ktecutor.
Richmond. \ j.
Capital One Million
downe, derided to slip sway to AVllmlngiou
on last Fourth of July and have a u.ul?t
wadding, which they kept uulet for savaral
months. When they did announce It. how
aver. Boy er's relatives refused to believe It.
and It vii to convince them that the ?ec
ond ceremony waa performed.
I EX AS (OlLEbK KTPELS 4?eJ.
Legislature Will Innulre Into Trouble at
Auatin. Tex.. February 1.?An official In?
quiry by the Legislature Into the expulsion
last night of 4*t> students of the State Agrl
< culture and Mechanical College will prob
1 ably be ordered.
! The students dlmi'sed are charged with
Insubordination. They tdgtied a statement
1 admitting that they were gulltv of having,
, but demanding that twenty-seven who wer?
expelled a few day* ago be reluctated,
threatening that unless their demands wer?
complied with th?\ would cut all c buses.
The order expelling them was signed by
Pr?sident R. T. Mlllner.
PHI DELTA PHI'S
PLAN HIGH JINKS
Richmond Alumni of Legal Fra?
ternity Will Hold Mock
Trials and Feast.
Members of the Richmond Alumni
Chapter of the Phi Delta Phi legal
fraternity will irather for their annual
feast next Thursday night at the Com?
monwealth Club Invitations, just out,
are in the form of a court summon*,
ilemainliifg tUe presence of the ad?
dressee upon the night and hour
The occasion will ha\ c as its fea?
ture a number of mod: hearings, in
which the members of the organisa?
tions; will figure as counsel for the
plaintiffs ?ml defense Tin- cases bear
humorous titles -several of them bur?
lesques) of persons and I orpoi utions at
present much in the public eye
The court proceedings will be fol?
lowed by a loilTet fe.ist. which will
close the evening Members ate ask- .
ed to report at I o'clock. The of- j
ticers of the Richmond Alumni Chap- ;
ter. Phi Delta Phi. are Robert N. Pol?
lard, president. Leon M Nelson, vice
president, and William M Crump, sec
Members?Stuart Hone. Julien ?lunn.
John P. l/Cary. Murr?; M. M-'Juire,
John R. Minor, Jr. I^eon M. Nelson.
Fred (I. Pollard, Henry C Riely. James
H Price, Robert K Pollard. Hiram M
Smith. John A. Coke. Jr.. John Wr
Boyd, ?ieorge Ainslie. AVilliam Hodges ;
Mann. Jr.. E Don Cameron. Lucius F. :
Cary, Samuel R. Carter, Stuart U.
Christian. Brockenbrough Umh, Jos?
eph C. Taylor. J. McD. Wellford. John
T AVIngo. P. H. C Cabell. Alex. It.
Sands, A. S. Bufoid. Jr.. Hunsdon Cary.
John H. Guy, J J Leake. William W.
Crump. H. C. Claiborne
Honorary members?Judge James (
Keith and Hon. Andrew Jackson Mon?
Wooden Building at Ninth and
Broad Streets Must Be
I'.uilding Inspec tor Butler yesterday
condemned and ordered vacated the an?
cient two-story trooalos building at the
northwest corner of Ninth and Rroad i
Streets, occupied by a lunch room. J.
Thompson Brown & Co.. agents for
the property, were notified that It was 1
unsafe and must be removed or put in
proper order at once.
Building Inspector Butler also con?
demned a row of frame dwellings, 52S,
531. 533 North Tenth Street. H. Seldon i
Tavlor & Son, agents for the property,
being notified to have them vacated at
once. The houses were originally of j
cheap construction and were erected i
on made ground, where a deep ravine .
had been filled in Because of Insuf- '
flcicnt foundations, they haA'c been ?
se ttling for some time, until their fur- I
ther occupancy Is regarded as unsafe. t
WOMAN STOPS JAIL DELIA ERT.
l oc ks Doors A\ heu she Hrara t orn
motion and i.i?ea Alarm.
Kllsworth. Me. Februar-. i?The
quiet wit of the wife of Sheriff F. O.
Sllsbv prevented the escape from the
county jail of Edwin ?loodman. seven?
teen vears old. the confessed murder?
er of Captain Harry C. Voung, who
was killed at Surry last October.
liootimar. aided by another prison?
er, hid knocked clown and overpower?
ed a deputy sheriff and was taking his
keys when Mrs Silsby heard the com?
motion Checking an Impulse to In- ,
vestigate. she lirst secured the outer
door of the pail, and in doing so clos?
ed the only remaining barrier between
Goodman and freedom. Then she
sounded an alarm that brought aid to i
S. S. "BER MEDIAN rsW -hip BMP* ny
President-Elect Wil-on Sail* every W ed
nesday. is A. M. Twin sen w. M.IM tons dls
placemenl. Submarine signal- wireless, or-:
chestra. Record tri? >? hoars .- mlsutes.
Kaste?', aewes? aad ealy Steamer larding
easseafers at Ike dork in Bermuda wtthoat
S*S. "?>ROTA\ A," IvSB tons displacement:
aail? every Taesdsy. beginning Febraary 11.
Tours Inc Hotel. >hor. Kicnrdon? lowest
Rate?. Tickets in(< rchamrcanlr with ? M
S. P. Co.
New S. S "l.l DM" and other steamer?
fortaigbtly for st Thema?. Si Croti. sit
Kitts. Antteue (?oadahmpe. Dominica. Mar
tlnisuc. si Liici? Harl.adoes and Itemerara,
For full information applv to A- E- Ol TF.R
BKID4.E B CO.. Ag.nt. (farbrr S S Co.
Eld.. Broad.at. Nr. Vork: SAMltl. H
BOWMAN. 701 f . Main Street.
Winter Trips "By Sea"
BOSTON AND i ROVIDCNCX.
ftt arc er?? .Nor.'?,? to Boataa da. -. except
Ttcraday. :? 1'roT tarne e. ?Monday. Tnura
aa> aad saiurSay. ? P at ?Fr.gnt sea*.
Tt-rough ticket? oa aal? te principe: polata
Fine SSSOS ? - ??r-. loe. ,o w 'area.
Wireless la!?fr*eh send tar booklet
Appr a a ft Ry . K. m W. By.. P. H
Bewmea. Sa E Mala Street, aad RJcA
? oad Traaafer Cmapaar V- SB) M Mala St
i.mim. lV4 , v?
To Bermuda. > "tkba. Jamaica. Panama.
West Indl'? - America. Europe.
Mediterranean. The orient, or nrtr part
of the world
A-K MR. BOW SO"
Manage- r.oc,gn and Travel Depart
Nl< IIM'iMI IUI -I A ??U*r.? ' <>
'!?? K Main St. Richmond, Va.
Phone Madison 5IS4
old do minion l.|\?
La Rk-wmood foot of A?S St daily T <*y P. M.
?Laave Nrspsi New. .... ie A. M
Arrive New-folk ? St A M.
Coeeert? with oiaew ;ir.? es?am lea eins
NorfoO. for New v,..? dally e?ewa>t StltdST
j at p M i oeasT-iosi alwa made by N A
W. By ? p M aed ( AO Be at 4 p M '
NktrAlt line i'iitiec etae> at Claremowt ??
land or o-Scf paawenswr? aw atanal and wit'
' * a i p. c. i n ,', n"? a i r. ?*Tl?V? TO. 'KBaotiTa
Marcs ti -James River ay darlieht for
no-'o. ? Nm N -pcs-c ISeSM SxMl
all J?m?a River landless aieamer lea tea
Moods . W -4r<-4.j and PrtaAar at ? M A
M P ilsBi racarvad rar aB Jeeaej Blear
Have you spent the little extra money you had in your pocket?
the dollar, two dollars or even more?for something that brought
you no material gain?
It's a human fallacy to spend, whereas that money, depos?
THE HOME FOR SAVINGS,''
where it would draw } per cent interest per annum, compounded
semi-annually, would be available when most needed. The
impulse to save is merely latent?it's a habit easily acquired.
Try it and see?even as small an amount as one dollar will
open an account with
The Central National Bank
OF RICHMOND, VIRGINIA.
CAPITAL and SURPLUS,.$400,000.00
Conservative and Judicious Banking Methods
Are the foundations upon which the reliability of a banking institu?
tion rests Transactions that are conservative and Judicious?not TOO
conservative, nor yet VOO radical to Jeopardize depositors' Interests?
ure characteristic of the methods of
Hit HMOMVN MTB It Tl-V < OMMKR1 IA 1. BAAK.
I'ttrsonal Checking, Commercial and Savings Accounts solicited.
PLANTERS NATIONAL BANK
OK lilt HMO M>, \IB4.IMA.
I apltal .???*??. s:t?vi.??n.oo
surplus aid I'roBta.?l.4M,OWfc.e?
Money Saved is Money Earned
All great fortunes had a small Is-ginning at some time and some place.
Now is the time lor you to make vonr Ix ginning, and the Savings Department
of the Bank of t ommerce and Trusts is the plate. No nutter how small
VOUR beginning may be, you will find the officers and employees zi this
Bank waiting to extend to you the same conveniences and facilities of an
intelligent and careful service that it is their object and pleasure to offer to
each customer of this Institution.
Within our doors you will receive Promptness, Protection, Politeness
and 3 Per Cent Interest on your bavtngs Account.
Bank of Commerce & Trusts
1*33 Rr? d
I U? :r.4 Trip. $30 and up 1st Claas axcin
Isa '. " additional oteeraer CA. 11
InOliTl eTrry TklBdSJ. btclnnln* * c"* 41
Kiteta interchangeable with Quebec 6
Ihr n."?i Mall ?? trans Parket Ca.,
SANDERSON * SON. <^mn. Agio. B
u*u e t N. I . SA ill KL B BOWWAJf,
|t? K. Main Street. OR ANY LOCAL
'.?TJiAMSHIP TICKET AGENT.
Atlantic Coast Line
The Standard Railroad of the South.
RPKECTIVK JANIARY 4. 1?IJ.
TRAIN? LEAVE RICHMOND DAILY.
For Florida and South ? i: A. M. and
9 H P. M . ? ?0 P. M . 13.44 A If.
For Norfolk I do A. M . 3 du P. M . i ll P.
For N. A W Hy. Weit: ? II A. M . %M A.
m . I?P M * 30 P. M
For Petersburg 12 ii A M . t IS A M.
4 :13 A. M . ? jo A. M.. I 40 A. M . * ?0 P. M .
4 :10 P. M . ? 04 P. M.. * M P. M.. I JO P. M
11 44 P M
For f.oldnboro and Kayetteville ? ?? io P. M-.
Trains am\<- KnhmoBd daily :> o* A M .
7 du A M.. 4 *j A. M.. ? M A M.. ?? 37 A- If..
? 11.43 A. M . It 40 A M-. ?3:10 P. M.. ??!.??
P. M.. 4 03 P. M.. ?M P. M . JiJ P. m . ? SI
I' m 11 ? t m
?Except Sunday. "Sunday only
Time of arrival and edparture and on
nectioas not guaranteed.
<:. S. CAM Pit ELL. D. P. A.. 24* Maio St.
Ric?Ml, Fredencksb'c & Potomac E. E.
TO MHO FROM WASHING TOM AMD it YOMD.
-i.OOP.f.B.rd S?. KtaJ
?3.40 p.b Bjr* la fm
,4.i? P ? KIM statlsa
?a.tflA.B. Btrf ?s t-bte- ?7J0A.B. Birdst-Stt.
?4M A.B. Rain? t. Sie. pLUAJT UM Htettss.
?71U A.B. Bf rd BU bte. MUi A H. Bfra HLMa.
?7 40 A.B. Mala hi. Sta. Mt JO rJ. Beta bt. Mis
?v4<? i. l.Byr* BLSta.
?311.1. Bjrf "ii. hta.
?4.?0 p * Byrf ftt.Bts
?? is p.l. Byr??.l.S^e.
?;.l?p B. Mala ht.-ta.
?9.00 P I BjtlMAU.
?9.30 P. ?. ??rla? Sta.
11.17 P.B. Balast.Sla
??ir.1. Bale m. Sla ?lt.44 algbt ByrdSt-Ste.
?8.W P.I. Byrf St. sta. ?11.40 alf k tBslssAJta.
Leave Byrd 9?. Bte. *M P. H. far FreaVrtrBakarj.
t est e Elba ?AB. J JO A. B..B JO P. xLfbi^??f**
?rrlre Byrd ?A. Uta. S.tl A.B. Bees Pr^erWka* a.
. rrlTf tlba Sta. ?J0 A.B..?.?f PJkneai Asblsef.
?Daily. 1 Weekdays. .Sundays oaly.
All trales te er from Byrd Street Statioa
atep at Bike. Ti?e of arrivals aad depsrtaros
astenassateed. Baad the signs
Richmond & Petersburg Electric Rajf*ay
? ars leave Manchester. Seventh and Perry
Streets, for Petersburg
?9. 7. 4. ?t. 10. Bk ?13 A. m . 1. 3. *3. 4. 4.
eej ?. <n. ;. . iu p. m
Iii? I". M. for Cheater. IIDO midsicbt for
Cars lea.e l . tersburg. foot of Sycamore
t?:l3. ?34. **T 14. ?;:?. ?.3?. ?J?. ?!? 34. II m
A. M . 12 ?. '1 35. 3 AS. 138 ?4 ?. $ 34. 4 34.
*TA$. ?31. (A4. "14 40. 11 sB P. M.
tDaOy?Ks Sundas and holidays
?Carries haccaste and express.
"Limited -Except Sundays and bolldar*
All cars from Petersburg connect erttb
cars for Ricbmaond.
Rirhssoad ssd t besepeeao Bar By. Co
wchrdule of Fterrrlr Trains, efferiire May
M. 1*13. L?ave Rlchooed. I^urei sod P.road
etrects b*1 % A M.. *t It A M . Ml'/ A.
M . ? .* a. M . **N *? A. M 11:49 A. M . i N
P. M.. 3:13 p. M . 3:19 P. M. 64 m P. M.. 4 Jt
r M ? 39 P M.. 7-49 P. M . MM P. M
$9:? P. M ii a P. M Laave Aabland. f urn
land and Maple Streets: ?? 4? A M.. b*744 A.
M..tat A BE . MB AM.. 19.99 A- M-. ??!! ?
A M . *I3 0 M . **1 ?9 P. m.. IJ9 P. M . $ ?
P. M.. 4 49 P. m . MSS P. M . 9 99 P M . 7 49
p m itp m . bass P. M ii at p. M
?Daily except Sander "Sunder eels
Norfolk & Wettern Railway
ONLY ALL RAIL LINK to NORFOLK
Srbedule |? p.lTert ftepteaher 49 1*11
Leave Byrd Mtreer Station RI. beioed. POR
p or pol k . ?tat a. af.. *ia p. m. <mm
POR lyn' fiBCRO AND the 9tebt
?"- A M . ?9j9a. m.. *?D0 P .M.. ?9jip M
ArrtT? Rlchmoad from Norfolk ?1149 a.
m . ?t Jt P M . Ii Jt P. M. Proas fbo Watt
"t ? A m at tt p. etat P. If., nm P.
Bf- nta p. m.
*Datir aliasly ea. Ban Bar bOnndey only
W B. BEvILL. Pass Traf Mar
* C- SAt \DERS. O P. A . Reeaeke. Ya.
C H BOSLB Y. D. P. A . Rieb Bond. Ya
9R ABOARD All HNS
Otstaaeaad trabte acbednled te leave Rlek
%aad daily I? a. If?Lean! to Neniae
n." T A"ssts
VBBBinebam. Sarannah. JeetraeevtMo ? tt
r M -UaaBaat-^ it a | m 'f+Jgm srd
7? ssd caoebeo Atlanta Blrmlne'hs'ev
Vettpbio Nor'hhesied falm ..-tedul-1 <e
arrive la Rirhnord daily T? A U ,2
m 4MB. at.. ittV M ret'r JT
Who has demonstrated his abll
tty to successfully conduct a
small business receives special
sttentlon and encouragement at
Hath aas Mala.
< a pita I BOO ?arplna, SA000,0*0.
?. A. BARBER, Jr.
Certified Public Accountant.
E. A. BARBER & CO.,
215 Mutual Building,
Phone Mad. 5321. Richmond. Va.
F. F. V.
Facts? Figures? Verified.
CHARLES F. HUDNALL
9*9 Travelers Bldg.. Richmond, Va.
Manchester National Bank
One of our Home Savings Banks
will help you to save money.
Your account is welcomed, be it
large or small. ?
I'KEMlKk fMRRIF.R OK THl SOCTB.
Train? Leave Rlebmond
N P. Following schedule figure, etjhlltbed
, aa informaUon and not guaranteed
' For tbe South?Daily ? it A. M Local
It at A M yxpreas, IS? P. M Express
with F.lectric lighted Sleepia? Can for At?
lanta and ntrralnebam u w P. M. Express
Stses Dar? > to r M lo *
YORK RIVER Live.
< ta P. M ? Pally?conm-etio. for Bate*.
a>ore Mat. Wr?. and Friday ISA. af.?
Ks. Sue. aad 1 it P. M? Moo.. Wad and
Train? Arm? Richmond
Prota tbe South ? St A. M aad t a* A. M .
tts P M. ? ? P M. daily II M Eg. Saw.
From Weat Polat ISA " I St A.
M . Men . Wad. and Prl . ? SS P. M. Es. Sea.
?. E. BC ROE as. D P. A..
tr B. Mate St. Pbaai Madtaoe n
Chesapeake & Ohio Railway
J St A.? Local?DsilT ?N>e-aayrt Neva,
i ll A ? Local?Daily?Cb Ttlta. Ex. Bee
*?? A ?Bxp.? Dally?JTorfePx. OM Point
?it at A ?Local?Dairy?Lcbbg . Last, C.
' let Vo?a? Kxpiaat Pltr?XerfoWx. oitt
?tat P? Express? Dallr? Cla I. elite
HS? P ? Expeeaa? VUlT? *er . OU PaitM.
t at F ?Local?Dally?* Nre. OM Fat?..
I M F - Leest?Is- Faa ?Oat 1 sea101 a
I u F?Local?Et. ?na ? t.r ace beta
?? a) F ?LBJalteeV?De0F?Cte.. C?ereee
?ti St F.?Bspr?a? Pallr?Cla.. Laattifl'.
'Sleepart. ?PsTter cars.
TRAIN ? ARervF tlc?MO?n-la*al
frets Best: t at A M . ? ? F M Ttaeaab
' %. St A M . ISI P M. tSF M
Loral trees Wast t ? A. M At A H
sad ' it F M TIM sates - t? A. M u tt a
M tnd IBP M
<?mo? Biege Llse "I If A- M * ' P M