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N a York, February 4.?The present
r r el uncertainty upon the part
t,f the stock market operators was
: I y i. (1 to-dav in th< ii regular
rt.ov. n< nl of prices on the exchange.
??v cl-.<?'!*? defined trend developed,
although broadly speaking the move
n-r.t was downward. After an tr
rmui.'r ? r> B ".(5. SOBM of the special
| tool i ?Hl .1 .-nl'kly. and at the
satn-' time hading stocks, particular?
ly at.i! sad the coalers, were marked
up. In th< afternoon the market sold
(ill. .ird Ihi weakness of some of the
si.i i -sui?? gave the list an ap
;.. ersni at heaviness.
l;. su-npt OS of war In the Balkan?
a i- largely responsible for the fasts
rtainty. the mark-t await
a definite lead from abroad
|?ndon sent over some lower prices
! ? :'.< opening here, but the effect
a| sewed hostilities was to curb i
aperatlena rather than actively to de. |
. pridea, and In the early part afl
ta) 'nternational issues were'
the strongest of the list.
talBt] a* to details of the'
Harriman dissolution plan, announc
i .i ? , ( whleb is looked for soon, and
. the action of American Can
rgardlnjj the back dividend
preferred stocks, were other,
factors which caused operators to j
n PacMJc was under heavy'
pressure, it miles sclline two points
. cent pressu-e against this i
sir. ' I t ? n attributed to the be- :
lief thai a larcc amount of these
. .. - .., b marketed in connectio
with lh< il.?Solution plan. r?n. after i
fnrl ? -ili: fluctuations, closed,
a petal lower.
|*Sai t' at the appointment of a new
public s> rvlce commission by tiover
ner Sulser ma] retard the subway
r..-K >?:.?? - was responsible for
early weakness of the Interborougli-j
)f<:: opolitan issues
a fartl ? ? -.isement of sold for)
s x| rl to Argentina was announced
Despip th? largi outtlow of gold to;
Fmi -ir.d Argentina, the money j
? re ma lna undisturbed,
horid market was irregular, j
with ,1 actuations narrow. Total sales,
par value. $;.250.*o?.
ITalted Plates bonds unchanged on
\". w York, K bruary 4.?Money on
rail, steady, 2 l-2#t 3-4 per cent:;
ruling rate, 2 l-'-': closing bid. 2 i-2i.
off'red St 2 3-1 Time loans firm,
gist) days, ? 1-44*3 l-I: ninety days..
a I ; 1-4: *-\ months, 4 l-4"'i4 l-Z. j
Close: prime Mercantile paper. 4 1-2I
to .". per cent. WU rline ?\chanse firm,
arltb actual business in bankers' hills i
at 14.83 for slaty-day bills, and at'
$4.s?ji' for demand. Commercial bills.!
?4.83 Bar silver. s2 ?-V Mexican dol?
lars, i? i-:' Govern ment bonds'
steady railroad bonds irregular.
Ml HMOND STOt K MAKKF.T.
By Richard w. Maurv.
Bot : |::..ker. IBM E. Main Street.
Richmond. U.. February 4. 1913.
BTATE SECURITIES Bid. Asked.
Vrrglala ?>. old. C and n . 1M2 . .7
Va. Ceatartes .??. c. and it., UM. W-? m\
? A. I . L. lt. R. Con. Tr.. 4 p. ? .... Jfi
C. ar.d O. Oen'l M. 4^5, 19*7. 101
Qeorgla. s?u. and Fla . ist"..im
Ueorria and Ala 0?tt. is. im5'. im
Seaboard Air Line 4s, 11??. si
Seaia.ard Adjustment 1949. 74
fetitl.ern Hallway 1st :? 1994. MS
s-. u. Dev. sad t>, at. 4?. 19ms. :s
V.enern N. C. 1st <s. ?v. 1914. 101
STREET BY stock? Par.
Va. By. ami power Co. pfd.100 ?j
Ys Itv asd Po?er c... ,-om 1"0 M>, ii
RAll.koAI> STOCK?, psr
Atlantic Coast Una com.ioi 1?
Caaaapaake and Ohio.I1?' 77'a ...
Kerf oik and Westers com. 100 no
Bsahnard Air Line pfd. 100 47
Seal?..Hfl Ail Line com.MMJ 20 ... |
Southern Hallway pfd. ISO si) ... !
Psuthern Railway com. .loo 17 ... 1
BANK AM? TROST Co. STOCKS
Br.ad Street. 15 *) ...
Bank at Commerce and Trusts ion is: ... :
< National Bank.Mi 143 ... '
Commonwealth Bank.MS III
Flist Natior.al.1M jaS ... i
National State and < Ity Bank 10? ?!?
J'ia'.ter? National. : i ??? ... I
R bntend Bank at.d Trust Co ? Sis, ... ;
BSrhntoad Trust and S*?s. Co. 100 100 * . .
Baring* Bank of Rlehmand.... km.
Pnlon Bark ..f Richmond. 50 3*?
Virgtola Trust Company.100 1M
West Bad.K 43 4?
Ta .c?r rraeni pfd I p. < .km 109 111
Jefte.-soi. Realty corp. 1st pfd lfrj m% ...
Qwstattees ;..r lataraat-paytag bonds are'
si . prl ta shi. h Interest must be add
as sum hands a:.<i 1 ailldcataa af tndebt
Hin- arc flat
BOND Li ST
a -Chalmers &? jt? etaaiped (sakadl na,
,.n T-d-a. .... 7 oi* Sj .bid) :?
Amen .?? Taha4?ca Ca. aid ta (asbadi.. tats
At a t:. c,-,st L't.. in 4s j?s
a ? L -I. ? ei K 4s <?..,.I. ;.|
a ? I- ? mn i- in Baltlaaara, Mdi . s*
c ? ... ke .. ? Hti. i:j.-.. ?..??.
liS-rtt and M>er? is. ->yil
Uggetl aad Myers Ts (hMl. Uj-B
; ? ' mp*nj ja. SB4,
I ? ? ... ? -mipaay .?.
N?rt ,k ?? ,; w est era corn ts ihM). . IMsj
.ea>...anl Atr I.In? stamped 4? < bid i_
t lJn* ' nj IhM). To,
P ' "? Rai ?) ? . lo?*
lalted States st^?i ;.?: .
1 - -?: .. ism .sa.es, .. . jpj
1 - eatal-r-1 3. im? , ,,n, . 1?_A>
j ' ??' .
.Bros ? Bros rtra HSh
iirrir:..a- 1 hen ist . ibid) .
? a lt> ^ri . fWWSf Ca ?? <asked 1_ St.
tie. Term. 1st '? | SM I
?in ton sj \itht t s
r 1 ? ? I - j,
OPIT1? AN v.<5fXM*vt sriTH
THE UNION BANK
1104 r.AaT main hiiu.i.t
tie* M ? BTP3B A eTART S PKrt
Official Range and Sale of Stocks in New York
AUis-Clialmei s .
AUlB-Chalrncrs. I"1' .
11.000 Amalgamated CIIPP?
Am? r Agri. Ch*" ? ggg
Amri Be? t sugar, i Olli
Uf?,f.*i American < "a" .
tat Amei lean Caii. PW.???
Mr. Am. i- Cai ?i ? Ioundi>
U?9 American Cotton Oil ?
lou Am Hide and L^tfcwJN
Amer.. an UnMM ,
A:ncr lean Locomotive ..
?m?i M.'" Co., ptd.
UN Ami lean smelting
Amol i'-.ui Knu?. com.
American Kua-ar ?;.????,,',':
40v Am?. Tel and TeL ie.. MT
t,m? American Tobacco, com. ?
v. Amei can Tobacoo, pfd.. (?*?
'; .. Anaconda Cup<per .
t?.'0 Atchison .?.
Atlantic Coast Um....
A. C. L of Connecticut
IPt Baltimore ami Okie)?
Bethle steel Co, com
. R, thle Steel Co . pfd
?<... Brit iah-Amer. Tob. Co...
MM b.tb " Rapid Tranalt
Central Leather, com.
4 ??? <Canadian PaeiBC .
4>r California Petroleum ...
!?? Cheeapeahe ami Ohio
4? ? Chicago <;ie..t wee tern.
Chi. ?real Western, pfd
ISM Chi.. MIL and st Paal
Crucible Bteel Cor., eom.
CrUClbla Steel, pfd
&JM Colorado Fuel an<i Iron.
Colorado anil Southern .
p?) < 'oneolidated ?;as .
;??. Corn Producta eom.
Pen. and Rio ?Iran., com.
:??' Krio .
sm Krie. 1st pfd.?????
Ked Mm and Sm , pfd
isj Oencral Klee trie .....
?eo. W. Helme To!
BT THOMAS BRANCH
& i'ii, Bankers and Broker*.
Open High Low
-.11 i ;re;,t Not ti er n. pfd
MS Oreat Northern Ore t tfs
lori Illinois Central .
3.7"?. Interboro-Met. ... .
1,6011 interboro-Met., pfd.
;>?> Int. Harvester, com.
lot Mei Marine, com. .
IM inter national Paper .
Int. Paper, pfd.
MMi H"s 1 ? 1
37?. 37 .
ltU*, MM ?
Mexicas I'etroleum ? .6
Miami Copper. 23B
Mo. Kan. ami Texas.
Missouri Pacific'. 41V,
National Biscuit .
National Lead . 03'-..
Sett Yolk Central. IM
N" I . i'nt and Western. M
Norfolk sad Western... !1?'h
Sorthera Pnciric .1mb
Pacific Mail .?
Pennsylvania . BM
People's ?as .
p.. <'.. C and St. I*, com ..
Pittsburgh Coal. coin... MB
Pressed Steel Car. pfd MM
Ry, Steel Spring, com... .
Reading ?.? MfB
Republic Iron and Steel :.\
Republic L and S.. pfd. ...
Kock Island . MB
Cock Island, pfd. 43'?
.-eaboard Air I.inr. com. ...
Seaboard Air nine. pfd. ...
St Louis-South., coin.
Southern Pacific . lij}1-.
Southern Railway . 37
Southern Railway, pfd.
Standard Oil. old.??
Texas PaciHc . -,vl
LTnioa Pacific . MMs
C S. Cast I. Pipe, com. .
l i.ited Cl^sr Stores. Ms
Imied states Rubber... MB
I'nited States Steel
United States Steel, pfd ...
\'a Car. Chemical .
Va.-Car. Chemical, pfd.
Va. Ry. and Power, com ...
Va. Ry. and Power, pfd. ...
W abash .
Western I'uion .'-'
Wey man-Bra Tub., com .
West Maryland, com... ti
West Maryland, pfd
Utah Copper . MB
Total sales for day, -
Total sales for week (two d
Stock. Open. Hi*h
Kan City South, com. ...
Lchlsh Valley . 1<J*?
l.iugett and Myers, coin 3UI
Mggetl and Myers, pfd. Uf>
1 orillard Tobacco, com. 300
LorllUrd Tobacco, pfd.
Louisville and Nashville 1384
: f-i 113
. l\ 04 '? i>41
;iys). r*>.l'?i shares
re. eipt?. T.M&IM bales, export to Oreat
Hrltaln. 74!<.:;i3 Laie?. M France ?i>7.kh
bale*, to the Continent. I ??'CM bales, to
Japan, URBM bales. to Mexico. ;*.*M bales.
KKW KOMM l'KOIM ( K MARKET.
New. York. rehrearv 4.- Blear Market
steady. \\ heat - Klrm No ; red. II 0*4-11.11.
No. 1 northern. Imlutli i ? , ?'orn ?Klrm
Hide? and Leather lum Petroleum and
Turpentine--Steady. W....I Quiet. Reeks -
Quiet Itlee- Klrm Ml ias?es-Ste?d) . Sugar
Raw. firm, refilled, steady. Butter Kirm.
Cheese Irregular Coffee Spot steady. Klo.
No. 7. 13"?.'.. Santos. .NO. 4. 1?S?' : mild quiet.
Cordova. MRS lie. nominal Potatoes und
Cabbages ?Dull and unchanged. Krelghte
and peanuts -1'n.hanged.
c>ttonseed ell advanced early on the
strength in lard and erude. buying by the
Wem and South and covering. Realizing
caused a slight setback, but the undertone
was firm. . losing I'-tH points net higher. Sales
1*:. '?"t barrels. Prime crude. .~>.20tt?.S3: do.
summer yellow, spot, g.MwM.M: February.
?31. Minli. C.SZ. April. (At; May, ?.3S: June.
* 3.'.: July. August and September. I 43. prime
?rioter yellow. S.4r>'u7.00: do. summer white.
<HICAI.II I.KAIN MAKKIf
Chicago. III. February 4. -Wheat ailvanced
to-day. chiefly Impelled by the reopening of >
hostilities aeelasl the Turks. nosing arli ??
were ilrm. "??. to 12y. above last night.
Lateet trndina left com tjjAlc. to MPittc. Mat
hirher. osi* up '51 to ';VS'"-. and pr.Als?
tons increased In coat T'l'il'i. . to Mtfcc.
The leading futures raiaed a? follows: '
Opjn. Hlah. Low. c lose. ?
V> H EAT -
May . .3*. MR !>3S PJ*f
July . MR MR MM KR.
Sept. SO', JO1. ,V?\ 90
May ._. :.2\ as s:s R*i
Jaly . "3 :a\ H% leR .
Sept. t*% MR <A\ RR
May . 3? 34-, 31 34', '
July. 3C? ?*??'? 34', 34% :
Sepl. 31'? .".41, 34 34 ,
mess PORK?Per bbL
May .If'.Si 19 47 M\3S MM
July .l?.r? PUH th.23 1?.3T 1
LARD ivr Ml lea.
May .10.90 1? 37. 10.;7 10 35 ;
Julv .10.? 10.37 10.30 M.J- ;
Saal . 10.3.". io.?? 10. si 10.40
SHi >RT RIBS IVr HM lbs.
May .!"*? MM 10.77 103;
Julv .I0.77 10*1 MLS lo.io
Sept.10.3" 10.37 10 37 10.37
Cash grain closed: Wheat No, t red. ,
II lJ'i'fll.llV No. 1 norihern. MRdJSlRc.; No.'
3 northern. gaffte.: No. 2 spring. Hs'nPrc.:
velvet chaff. ?'.?>?/ MRc.. durum MPJJMe Corn
No. J yellow. He. Oats?No. I white. 3'*fc
37c. standard. Mt,g#M%C.
Baltimore. Md . February ? Wheat- Firm?
er, contract. 11 0?. Corn?Strong, contract.
M%e. Oats?Fab demand for Letter grades;
Na 7 v.hll' X'. Maiciard white. 3sc |i> e
Tradiag light. No. J western, .lomesti?. 70o
Kll IIMIIM) i.RMN MABKKT.
Kir h mor.d. V?. February 4. MB)
WH' >I -E - aI E QUOTATIONS ON 'CHANGS
WHEAT Car lots
\... 7 red. We.-tern._f 1.13 /
No. I red. Virginia. LM to
No. I red. LM '.,
\ Irginia >baa i.dsi. l.oi 'a 10?
corn car lots.
No. I white. -1 ?1
No. 3 white. * fl i?
No. ; mixed. ".S 1
No. 3 mixed. MRS
\ Irgtnla ?'?3m lotsi. *Cl -i a3
Corn on the cob. 'a 60
No. 11 mixed. 3S u
No. I mixed. 37 '?!
No. 7 while. 40 'a
No 3 white. ''i 3*
Winter seeo i l ag total. M I SO
RA K car !"ts
Kit IIMIiNH H\\ MARRKT.
Kb aaassad. Pa February L 1*13.
ranpalat or? the quotations on the Kb h
m..ni Hav Kxchsaae:
No. 1 Timothy. PPSLM
No. ; Timothy. IT.** <a
No 3 Timothy .13.? '1 IVO?
Light clover, mixed.. ? Is **
\.. 1 cissjar, n.ixe.1. ?>> rbi
No. I Clover mixed. 17..?? 1 14.0?
No. 1 Clover. ti 17 0?
No. ? <\'V?r . Nominal
II v \ Sample . N...ulna:
straw ? ..nipressed > '?' ??
I o?,se presse.i ;?rr? hti'e? ? 110?
SIM . KS Compressed 1.- ?- ?
1 ..?.. .p-..,sd. Israe bales ^ i;.o?
I ITT I R M Mikl.Ts.
RH7MMOND UVB VTOCS MaI;K;;t.
? h at 1 aaea Ptecp Tares. I
Bsrhataed. v< . r>lw aai| t BM
':'t. M the In? st.-, k market for the
a ? -v ei ')? c I v t urr 3:
V. steer 1 7',-? me.'.i .1 1 t-. gfs?.|. ????/
a? ?"^'.'c *' ' ntsea R MB
MIM I I I ?Mol - m tKKI Is
cotton 'Kayo* mwk'Ts
? ABCg INTlJLAeH.KJ.ta
Of f? PBBKt'gRT i "?"*?
>"?? Xo? j*. a oraraa.
.lames River landings, merchandise and
passenger*. \ i; kimj Na\ Igatlon Company.
fteamer Aurora, Furman. Petersburg ami
James Ulcer landings, merchantflj< and pas
gers Kurman Line.
Steamer Berkeley. Shelly Norfolk mer?
chandise an.! passengers, eld Dominion Line.
Stentner Aurora i'urman. Petersburg and
Jam?s l:i\er landings, merchandise snd
pajyengers. Furman Line.
Holiday in \c? Orleans.
New Orleans. February 4. There v aa no
cotton marke! here fa Jay it being a noil - ;
day on at count of the Mardl Gras.
FISHING SEASON MGGlNS.
Men Leave lo Let Tackle and < ?nur. in
tApseisJ to The I imes-Plsp..teh. i
<51oui ekter < 'ourt house. \'h . February 4.?
Tlie ttshlng season in Gloucester may he
sail! to have mail* a beginning to-day. ag
twenty--five men from \\ areneck left on
their steam launches for Hu. kroe Beat h to
get their .-ha.-ks and cottages ready for oc
. upatfon during ttie fishing season, and to
get their poun?s and fishing tai kel in readi
11?.' for th? Mg catch which is anti> ipatsd
this season Thirty fishermen also left
Oulneu for Ba> k Klver on the same mis
Short News Stories From All Over Virginia
ON SI I.ZK.ICS ST AFP.
Lieutenant Malone. i.radnstc of \. M.
I.. Get*. Appointment.
Lexington. Va.. February 4.? First
Lieutenant Paul Ma lone, of a com?
pany. Sixty-fifth Infantry, was yes?
terday appointed a member of Gov?
ernor Sulzer's military staff. Lieuten?
ant Malone was graduated from the
Virginia Military Institut'- of Lexing?
ton, th. W.-st Point of the South. Ho
entered the SiNty-rifth infantry as a
second lieutenant on December ."!". i9os.
anil OH September IS, ISIS, he was pro?
moted to first beute Bant, and was as
Signed to A company. Lieutenant Ma
lone's name was submitted by Colonel
George, J. HafTa, of the regiment.
Lieutenant Malone is a Buffalo boy by ;
birth, and is the son of Senator-Fleet
.lohn F. Malone. Malone was a mem?
ber of th-- dam of 'OR at V. M. I.
M4.NY SH.NS OF SPIUVG.
Trees la Bloom and Fron" Are I roak
Idk In the I'ends.
Newport News. Va., February 4.? i
While this section of Virginia is sup?
posed to he in th? grip of a cold wave, ,
spring-like weather prevails Peach,
plum and other small fruit trees arc
in full bloom, fig trees are budding,
rose bushes putting on new leaves, a
Sew mantle of green Covers lawns, and
frosts arc c roaking in the ponds. Not i
in the memory of the oldest inhabi?
tants have any of the trees bloomed '
so early in winter, nor have they seen
such a mild winter. Then- are other
signs of spring. Sons birds have come
and bird operas may be heard on the
outskirts of the city in the early morn?
ing. And It Is said wild geese arc fly- j
\i;w DIB AT HF.MOI VI STATION.
f?eSSISaSBCfSt Tnke.? Precaution to Pre?
vent Itlseane aSBeaag Horses.
Front Royal, Va. Febrvarjr 4. -The
n? w- dip for the goserami st*a rensosint
station near Front Royal has be( n
completed, and about twentv horses
arc now betas given dally "dips" in
th?- structure, which was built of ion- ,
erets The dipping is done to prevent
oise.tse ami it is in charge of Dr. Hol- i
lingsworth. a well-known veterinary
sarge est, i'.ipt.iin C H. OesarasS. jr..
who is in command at the station, baa'
bought a large number of berses re?
cently, and MM) are being trained and
Stted for cavahrj and artillery pur- :
i "S'-.s. A f. w days ag" a special order
was received from am ofhVer in At?
lanta, and a horse that measured up
to tii. requirements was obtained from
HeatJ Frost. Jr.. of Clarke County, for ;
Bl). Mt'SIXKHfl IN toil. THYOL.
total of SM.fTS Tons . ?ported ? rom
Norfolk lliirlnG January.
N rfolk. Va., Februar>- 1.?A total!
ef L'eT.lT? tons of coal, cargo and hunk
erere en parted from the port et I
N rfolfe 'i'iring the month of January.
... i i rdirg to the unofficial figures at
Um l". a I custom house, i if the total.
'. 7v Ml tons were eargPS ar.d ."<>'.3.14 tons
Tiie month was one of the largest
la the hlstorv of tnf iiort. ar.d the I .am
beefs poir' .?nd s. wall s point coal
I i--rs wen kept busy t-i supplying the
? !? man is of the \arious vessels which
, aM d f..i- reed
Amount of < oal sent to \nrious parts .
,.f the world from th'* port, accord
ilns; to the custom house figures, arc:
Cristobal. Canal Zone, Panama. 61.100
tons; Bridgetown. Rarhados. CTflf
tons; Naples. Italy. 3.221 tons; Genoa,
Italy. MM tons; St. Thomas. I?. W.
I . 7..".97 tons; Hio Janeiro. 12,118 tons.
Curacao, 2.147 tons; Port Castries. St.
Lucia. r>.I i"i tons; Kingston. Jamaic.-i.
S.j;?6 tons; Havana, Cuba, 1.1.70;: tons
Sague. Cuba. 700 tons: Puerto. Mexico,
4.704 tons; La Plata. 3.9?5 tons; San?
tos. Brasil. 3.30!? tons: Point A Pltre.
i luadaioupe. French West Indies. 1,949
tons: Para and Manaos. 2.7"7 tons: St
Lucia, 4.200 tons; (Jeorgetown. I?em
:ir;ira.'2.2.i0 tons. Cartrite or olangapo,
P L, 7,4*0 tons; Trapani. LOIS tons.
Pakar. French Africa, 6.1.TO tons;
St. deorges, Rermuda. 1.557 tons: Coro
nel, Chile, l.iOO tons.
DEFY ?ULI? OA PK A K si OF OTTER.
W Hikers From ftoanoke Go to Heights
of Mountain Knob.
Roanoke Va . February 4.?With an
idea of seeing how a thermometer
would behave oft a cold day on a trip
up the steep sides of the Peaks of
Otter, A. O Brown. W. K. Laughon.
W. H. Witt and J II. Trent Sunda>
mounted the heights of that mountain
In the dim twilight of the early
morn, they boarded the 6:40 train and
went to Thaxton. arriving at 7:30. At
Thaxton the niercury stood at 19 de?
crees above the sero mark. On foot
the party traversed the winding roads,
reaching the foot of the peaks at I)
o'clock The thermometer recorded at
this place a temperature of 3t degree^.
By 10:30 the climbers were on the
top of the peaks, where all was bare
and desolate. In the ravines, where
the sun seldom <asts its rays, snow
added to the bleak, wintry scene. On
the top of the peaks, the thermometer
dropped to Is degieea, and rose one
point by 12:30 o'clock, when the pe?
destrians departed for Thaxton on the
return trip. TejnperatatTC in the val?
ley at 2:30 was found to be 4i. The
party arrived at Thaxton at 3 o'clock
In time for the train which arrives in
Koanoke at 4:35. The total distance
of twenty-four miles was covered in
rive and a half hours.
HUH DOWN ??1.1? >TO\K FK\?K>.
Land Owners Then l.lxr the ItorL for
Hiiildlaa ' ?.I Itoads.
Winchester. Va . February 4.?A
large number of land owners of va?
rious sections of Frederick Coin ty are
ass'stini; the county authorities in
building new roads and improving old
ones, by allowing stone fences to be
torn down and the res k used on the
rcois. The good roads campaign is
>;.r. iding all over the county, and it
is expected that within several months
many roads which have not been given
the proper attention for years will
tare been placed in excellent condi?
i-ii < ? eey w w in nm. ? kah.
I nuses \nti-? Which Wage People
Think He Is Mad.
Newport News. Va.. February 4.?
Quite a littb excitement was caused
by a supposed mad dog on the 130r>
block and Twenty-third Street to-da>.
,i:lc1 for a while ninic reigned op. that
An officer was < ailed to kill the In?
sane canine, but when he arrived at
iK'sririe'R home be found that a piece
A 5h Per Cent
Investment which is as i>afe as safe can be.
We refer to the Real Estate Notes secured by first
mortgage on real estate located in the heart of the busi
:ie>s section of the city
This security is in the form of coupon bonds of $1.000
each, and is being purchased by men who know a safe
and desirable investment when they see it.
Full information sent on request.
Virginia Trust Co.
1106 East Mam Street.
Resources 2l/2 Millions
of wax. which had been put Into dog?
gie's ear to cure him of distemper, waa
the cause <>f all the fear.
The dog's ntrangc actions led resi?
dents on the block to think him mad.
The wax in his ear evidently worried
him and caused him to shake his head
constantly. Several persons. Including
a woman with a rifle, chased him. and
would no doubt have sent him to his
happy hunting-ground on account of
his incessant head-shaking, but doggie
got home safely.
At his home lie was protected by his
mistress, who refused to allow his ex?
ecution, and explained the cause of
his pecullur manner.
Supervisors of Caroline Approve
Action Recommended in
R., F. & P. Case.
(Special to The Times Dispatch.)
Howling tireen. Va . February 4 ?
The supervisors of Cji oli he held their
regular meeting here yesterday, and
among other things approved the ac?
tion of the commission appointed by
ighe Legislature of Virginia to Mitel
the question of taxes due the state
ami counties by the Richmond. Fred
ericksburg and PotOtnaC RallrOaWl Ca*?'
pany. and passed a lesolutlon request?
ing the Auditor of Public Accounts of
this State not to Interpose any objec?
tion to the settlement The clerk of
the ooaid was directed to make copies
of the resolution and deliver them to
T. I?. Cogbill. who was appointed a
Messenger to deliver one to the Audi?
tor of Public Accounts of Virginia
and one to Governor Ma'in.
The settlement of the taxes, as re
I orted by the commission, meets with
the approval of the itflzens of this
County, and they are willing that mat?
ters be adjusted as reported.
Dr. R. T. nissssll assistant coroner
of this county, viewed the remains of
.lessu .lames hanks. ? olored. which
were found near his father's house
atimiay, in a clump of woods, and
came to the conclusion that no In- |
<iues was necessary. as the evi- !
dence before hint seetued to be tint he
nut with accidental death His -rut:,
which was a single barrel one. and j
which did not have a guard to It. van ?
found near his remains. lying agnltist
a log. and It is the opinion that be
: . cidentally discharged the gun as
be got over the log. and it fell fron
1 is hand in that posit on.
Vine Deaths From Tuberculosis.
'Special to The Times-Dispatch ?
Lynchburg. Va.. February 4 - The
report of the local health board for
January shows that there were nine .
deaths here during that month from ?
tuberculosis, out of a total of forty
(Special to The Times-Dispatch )
Lynchburg. V.i . February 4 ?A
telegram received here announced the
marriage in Charlotte. N C. on Sun-,
day afternoon of Miss Myrtle PartieW, '
of this city, to Horsey Hrydon Nuckols.
of Hamlet. N. C The ceremony was
performed in the parlor of the Hotel
Stonewall, the Rev. W H Walters, of
The groom is a son of the late Dr.
Addison N Nuckols. of Danville, and
the bride is the eldest daughter of Mr.
gad Mrs. Lewis L. I'artlow. of Lynch
bu.g. The couple whs accompanied to .
t'harlotte by Miss Mary A I'artlow. of)
Lynt hburg. and Hoy Muse, of Hamlet.
N C. -I. K. Hland and Mrs. island, a
sister of the groom, were also pres- ?
The marriage was in no sense an
elopement, as theie were no parental
Mr. and Mrs Nuckols will reside in
Hamlet, where the groom is engaged
NKt.KO MCMDMMMM < 1M.HT. j
Will He Tiled for ? rime I ommltted
I Special to The Times-Dispatch i
? loldsboro. N. < ".. February 4?Lryant i
Kina. a negro, wanted here tor mur- 1
der. was captured at Selma. N. C. by ,
Chief of Police Smith, of that place,
and brought here and placed in the
Wayne County jail Sunday night. He ;
shot and killed a negro namerl |goM
Faison on May 1* 1!?1C. and sn.ee that
time has escaped arrest. The killing
of Faison occurred at Mount ??live,
where Faison and five other re if roes
from this place were picking straw?
tH.ll HOI SK DK.oTHOVF.D.
Residence Built et Same lime es 1 bet
at Mount \ ernoe Pre? to Flamen.
t Special to The Times-Dispatch I
Walkerton. Va . February 4?Fire
destroyed the home of Robert 'Iriggs.
who lives near Smyra Church, or .-at
urday. The house and contents were '
valued at several thousand dollars, i
with insurance of |I<M
The house was formerly ow ned by !
deorge Pendletor. and was noted for
its large brick columns, having been ?
built on the same style and about the
MM time as Mount Vrrnon.
'TURKISH AND ROMAN BATHS~
Table d'Hote Diener Saturday sad
Sunday rvrnlna. l to j o'clock. SI .'?!>
The ptoet magntficens botel In the
south. Eu-opesn plan. Roossa stagls
snd en su'r- . w'.t'i and otthout batka
spacious sample rooms.
< Inb Hn-ikfaM
The Valentine Museoin
ELEVENTH AND CLAT 5TRKETS.
Open dally from it) A. M. to I P. M
Admission. rSc pv?e on .Saturdays
The Confederate Museum
TWELFTH AND CLAT STREETS
Open * A M >o S . P at
Admission. 2?c gr?s ?" Saturdays
Twao i?eimHio via o??s?- ? -
S~ NMw is-w laipi ami ? ? m> S et ms Ss
%*?? SI IIMIA aod r * N ? M *
? < ...,.? M??? S? S T
,-'L '^UfrST H SlSf'l )
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 TOO radical to Jeopardize depositors' Interests?
are characteristic of the methods of
III? HMOND'S STRICTLY COMMERCIAL BANK.
1'eraonal Checking. Commercial and Savings Accounts solicited.
PLANTERS NATIONAL BANK
OK It l< It MMN Ii, VIR?.IM\.
? apltOl . ?? IIMI.IMHI.OO
?or,.In- and Prodi?.$1.450,000.0?)
Money Saved is Money Earned
All great fortune^ had a small beginning at some time and some place.
Now is the time (or \ou to make your beginning, and the Savings Department
of tlic Bank of Commerce and Trusts 'he place. No matter how small
YOUR lx-gMining may be, you nil! fir. tisj officers and employees of this
Hank waiting to extend to you the same onvenience? and facilities of an
intelligent and careful service that it is their object and pleasure to offer to
euch customer of this Institution.
Within our doors you will receive Promptness, Protection, Politeness
and 3 Per Cent Interest on your Savings Account.
Bank of Commerce & Trusts
VIRGINIA FIRE & MARINE
INSIRWA COMPANY OF RICHMOND. VV
I ifthtieth Annual Statement, January 1, 1912.
(.apical . $250.<MH?.IH?
WM. H. PAUKER, President. W. H. McCARTHY. Secretarv.
K. B. ADDISON. \ke President. OSCAR D. OTTS, Irea-uicr.
Winter Trips "By Sea"
BOSTON 4KB I'BOVrOO'CK
Siesme'*?Norfolk to Boston 4?i:;. except
Thursday; to Providence. 'Monday. Tni^ra
U?> and Saturday. ? P. at ?Frrght only
Through tickets oa sal* to prlncipa. points
Fine steame*-*, assailant aer?lce. .ok tarea
Wire.ess tr.ograph Send tor booklet.
App > C dt O. By.. N. AW Bj . B. H
Bowman. No. 70? E. Main Street. an?l Rica
Bond Transfer Company Ma, in? C Male 9l
t.olV?. A WAT I
To Bermuda. Cuba. Jamaica. Panama,
West Indies. South America. Kurope.
.Mediterranean. The Orient, or any part
of the world.
"Oh MB. IIOW ? x N .**
Manager Foreign and Travel Depait
RICHMOND TRIM- A MMNI.S CtAs
110? K Main St. Hirhmond. Va.
Phone Madison 51.">4
OLD DOMINION LINE.
LT. Richmond foot of Ash St. daily : r. p >t
Leave Newport News.4.00 A. \f
Arrive Norfolk.?.S?A M
Oaasaacai with main line steamer* laarhag
Norfolk for New \ ork daily, except lot daj
T % I*. M < ooneetlons also made by N. A
v. Ky i 1'. M. and C. AO. Hi. at ? 1' M.
Night line steamer* stop at Claremont to
Und or receive pae-enger? on signal, and wit
be met by public con?e>ance.
MIO.INI* NAVIGATION CO. (F.ffeetlv*
March MJ?James River by daylight for
Norfolk and Old 1'oint. Newport New- and
all James Id vor landings Suamer leave*
Monday. Wednesday anil Friday at, e X) A
M 1 reign i received, rur all James RI.ec
Atlantic Coast Line
The Standaid Ballroed of the South.
EFFF.cTIVE JAM tk) i. '
TRAINS LKAVt RICHMOND DAILY
For Horlda and South ? li A. M. and
%M V. M M . u B A M
For Norfolk ? <? A. M . Ui P. M
,i A M
i :3 P
I H A.
? M *. M
3V P M .
* ?> P. M
lor V A W F'.y West
M . i J* P M ? ? P M
Kor Peter-burg: 17 J; A. M
IJI A. If.. ?oo A. M . i St) A. M
* i P. M . t'Ji P. M . ?? %*. M
i: a r M.
For l.old-horo and Faj er-ville: ?< HP. M .
Train? ?rri\. i. - ll .. ? I ? A. M .
7 " ?. M.. * ? A M . t A M *? 17 A M
??nil A M.. Ii ? A. M . *i i? P. M . eej *-i
V M.. ? -V) P M . t U P. M.. 5?. P M.. Mi
P M . 11 S? P. M
?Except Sunday ?'Sunday only
Tune of arrival and edparture and coo
ne-.uons not guaranteed.
C. B. c AM I'It ELL. D. I' A . 7?i Main -t
"icliiiiolit!, Fre?isncfci!;r? & Fctcuiac IL P
n MHO FROM WASHINGTOM ?MD bt YOU
ve Itlchmoud I ikrrlve K.'chinont
? < i A.B. Balast. St*.
J.I IA.?I. P-jrl St. his
7 SO 4 ?. B?lr, I?. B?l
's.pi t g. Bari ht-hii.
Bg-IX.B SrrSSt. ?itl
K.iO A. ?. Bita St. h?a.
UM Baas Brrd ?u Sta..
x.Onp.H.BsrS St- KtaJ
?LS ? P.B u'jrl S? St?
H.I?P.B Elb* Station
?4.14 p B. Bain ?t- ???6 ,
?s.esp B BTr4s>. BasJ
?JAO A B. B;rl>t.Mi.
?11.14 A.B. Llba static*
? |l.ne j j B*H -lmi
?KAA f.B. li'uM.m
?7. IM. Fiii M.M
*fl c 1.1 I ' lV.VI
r.P B. Bslaet.au.
?jj* PJL t-iit MJMi
?0.00 P I. P< ? St.Mtr.
??.30 P. B P;r?bt SU.
IUI PK. B*!a?t.Mtr.
?11.45 alrbt 0Tr<<<tAu.
?If.vi BlrktBal*S?.fiia. 1
ACCONMODATION TSAlSS V.CEN0AT8. |
bsnSB Brrs SI. Sta. 4J? P. B f-r rre?erlrh*rar?
Lear* M'.a Sta. jjj0 A- B..SJ? p. B. for l*bl*e4
?rrlre Brr* St. ?ita. -?.f 3 A.B. fmm t reAerlekiVg.
.rrlre Elba Sta. ?Jn A B .1.4? P.B. treat Artlaal.
?Dailjr. ?Weakdav*. j Sunday* ealy.
All traiaa to or frasa By-d Street Btatiaa
?tap at KIba. Tim* a: arrival* aaa depertaraa
nvt waav>'t**d Re*dtb**tgaa
Norfolk & Western Railway
ONLY ILL RAIL LIMB T'> NORFOLK,
schedule in Effect ?epteaber t>. I*1i
H .rd Street on Riehmood. FOR
NORFOLK. *?e? As M . 1 S? p. 3d.. ?? ?
FOR LTN? IIRI R'i AND THF WEST
? AM. 1 B A MIT P M . -?^? P PL
Arrive Rieb mood from Norfolk *HB* A.
M . ?? ? P M . ?II * P. M Proaa the Wext:
*? ??> A M.. ai n P M.. w s. p. M. "les p.
M . ?? * P M
?Daily. aDa:l> eg. S'inday bSuaday only
t? B. BK\ ILL. Pass Traf. Mgs
W. C. BALNDF.Rs. G. P. A . B??e?Bl. Ta.
C H. BOBLBY. Ii IV \ Richmond I a
Rirhmond A Petmburg Elertnc tWtnj
Car- leave Manchester. Saveatb ?od Parrr
g?reels far Petersburg
??. 7. ?. ??. tu. I?. *ll A. Id.. I. A. "L ?. a.
??? *i. ??. 7. a. ??. g. P. M.
net p Id- for Chester. US? mid eight far
? ar? lea e Peter-bar?, foot of Svcassere
gtreet. for Mioah'- er
M r.. ? u. ?I ?. ?7 at. ? m. *m ?. :?si
A. M . U M. ?!?'.. IB. ISS. ?? ?V. i ?. ? u
?7 n. ? a*. ? m. ?** a*, ii e? r. m
?Dall>- K? Ssndar ?ad holldar*
?' "series haaeaer and egps-rw?
??l.rpiieO I ?cept Suada?, aad h Ml Pa BO
All cars frem Pet<T?l?urg raeaect wt?h
can for Rtehmaon4
Rirhw.e-4 i>4 < beaaaeaae n.? Bt <?
Scbedale of I loctrtc Trais- effect!?? Mar
m. ISO l^eve Rk-hmead. l^arW and Brood
aireet*. b*? a. *. ?? M / . m . hS i? A.
Id . ? t? A. M . **>? a* A m ll M A m . I M
P M . > to P M.isFM h**? P hl.. I
P. m-. ? a p. M . ? s? P t* ?? ?? p.J
M n P. M . II il I' M. I^aee Aahjlaail Rae
land and Mae" "ireeas ?? at A m h*7 * A
M ? ? A M b* ?> A m . S) ? A m.. ?*ll ^?
AM Ma M ??? ? P M . i ? p. m . ? e
p M ?e?p M.htar n eap M
i m ? ?? p M . he a p m . ii a p m.
?Daily *sre*n heads? ??sendee eeir
K arrtas hessasa
Who has demonstrated his at:l
itv to successfully ?onduct a
small busmeaa re< eives special
attention and encouragement at
Math and Mala.
< ?pltal aad ?orpln?. S-1.0OO.oOO.
E. A. BARBER, Jr.
Certified Public Accountant.
E. A. BARBER & CO.,
215 Mutual Building.
Phone Mad. 5321. Richmond, Va.
F. F. V.
CHARLES F. HUDNALL
909 Travelers Bldg.. Richmond, Va.
Manchester National Bank
One of our Home Savings Bank*
will help you to save money.
Your account is welcomed, be it
l?rge or small.
i'KEMIEK ?ARRIi.R >>F THE SOl'TH
Train.? L*a^e Richmond,
y,". B.? Folioolnr ?chcdiib- fl* ire? puMUbed
as Information and Bet guaranteed
For tea South- Dad*/ < >> A M. Local
M-e) A. M Kspress. ?P M Espres?.
?Ith Electric bsn;?d Sleepine < era fee At?
lanta and Birmingham 11 ?S P. M Espres?
tVerk I>aya *? P M. Ix>cal
MiKK RIVKK 14 N I
*2h P M?Daily?Ceaarestng fee Salti*
more Moo . t*?d. and Friday, t CO A M
E?. San and 7 ? P M.? Men. Wed- and
Train? Arriv Richmond.
From tfte South . s ? ? M and l?i M .
IS P St.. ?.?SP M dail> . R I Es SVsa
From Set Point ? " \ M d.ol> . ?? ?.
M . Moo. Wed and Fn 4 ; I- M Fi Sue
S. S HI Kf.F.Sft. D P A .
mr. K. Main St. Phon- Madison Tl
Chesapeake & Ohio Railway
t S A.? Local Dsily -Neepon News
( U A ?Local Paily?t.h vmUe. Ss. Sun
rtsnA?Csp Daii> Norfolk. Old Point
?TO*. A.?1-eeal- Dally ? Lcbhc Les.. <
?UaS Nooe-Eiprese?I>slly?Norfolk. Oid
?I It T ? K?pr??>? - Dailr -'-in . L vfll?
tSSSP.?Espres?-Deity?Nor. Did Point,
f SO P -Local - Dady ?st. Newa. Old Petni
Itir Loeal is Sss? <io.doo?viri?
?.JP- Loesl??m See?Lyecbbuej.
?jeP ?Limited?Deity?eis, ClUcaso
?ll JO P.?Esprr-ia? Doily?Ctsu L session1 ??
TiJtP' ARRIVE RU-RMOJtD?Leeal
from Esst: ?es A M . 7 el P. M Tbrous*
from Esat: II jn A M . 1 ? P M . IX P M.
I/eeel from West- OSS A M ?*? OS A M
and r P M Tbreaab I ?> A. M . Iia A
?I sad I* P. M.
iame. Rice Use ".JO A Urn ?"? M
?PASOitD SIR U?l
Sss??QSSd tralse srbedeled to leave ?eV-t.
?send deft. SS? A. at ?Leeel te WerTt?a
I SB P at ? Sleeper, sed ree*%?s AMee'a
Rlrsrlssbam. ?a.ennab JeiSaasifS? 7 ?
P M?Limited UM A. M ? SSaepnr? an?
.?erbe? J^.wndS. I' ? P _Si ? Sle?sv
er? sod eseesjes. AUeart*. MsSSBao I .
M?san?SSs Mm sabs so I oraoas iSisml I te
series la Barb meed daily ' a M <, m
a m.. ssi a. ?so >. si. ?o p. st.