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PRACTICALLY IOLE ?* ????? ' Wo Change in the Repressive In? fluences Upon Speculation. lARGEINTERESTSHOLD ALOOF Professional Operators Are Apparently Unwilling to Venture Upon a Cam? paign Against Values?No De? mand for Stocks. (By Associated G???.) NEW YORK. June ".?There was no change- In the several repressive Influences tap?n speculation in stocks to-day, and the market was practically idle in conse? quence. The policy of the large interests in etocks seem to be de-lined as one of persistent holding aloof until the under? lying strength of the situation emerges from ihti present obscuring influences. Meantime the professional speculators are apparently unwilling to venture upon a campaign against values. To-day somo influence upon sentiment was exerted by the strike of the soft coal miners in AVest Virginia, bv the increasing difficulty of protecting "the anthracite mines from Hooding by keeping the pumps going with makt-shift labor, by reports of too abund? ant rains in the corn belt and by the fail? ure of the bank statement to show any recupor.itinn in the percentage of reserve atrainst deposits. While these facts had the effect of absolutely killing any de? mand for stocks, the selling induced was of quite iiisit-n?ieant proportions, and the light play between professional room trnders. whose attendance at the board was reduced to a minimum, was all that made the day's market. There was a lazy and halting advance of a large frac? tion In Canadian Pacific; otherwise not a single leadin?? stock on the list varied more than a small fraction. The small decrease In loans by the banks was insuf? ficient to offset the decline of over a mil? lion in cash reserves, leaving the surplus sliphtly lower than last week. Thero has been some liquidation of spec? ulative bond issues, and an irregular tone In that department of the market. United States 2's registered, the 4's and the new 3's declined ^i and 2's coupon and old 4's "vi, per cent, from the closing call of last week. The total sales of stocks for the day were 56,103 sharea. MONEY AND EXCHANGE?Tifoney on call clowd Heady a.t 3 per cent.: closed offer?"??! nt S per cent.; prim? mercantile papera, 4(9414 por ?feet. Sterling exchange, nominal with nct ??1 business in bankers'- bill? at ?4.S7"4 i_.4.S7 .4 for demand, and at $4.S4?}if__4.!>r> lor sixty day?; posted rates. e^."*".*? >>? 4.P6 nnd $4.SS(_?4.SRii.: commercial bills, "$firstname.lastname@example.org?4. Bar silver, 51f_: Mevlean dollars. 42. Government lK>nds, steady; State bonds, steady; railroads bonds, stcaily. Tlie statement of the associated banks for the week ending to-day shows: Loans. S<S4.2??G.r?0i?; decrease. S1.S25.700. De? posit?. $!)ir,.S?KI.50O; decrease. $2.420.900. Cir? culation. $3i;4C?3.400; 4ncreane. ?221.100. Legal tenders. ".7ft.044.100; decrease. $<_>_?.000. Specie, $172,216,800; decrease, $321.000. Reserves. ?*.247,769,7<">0: decrease. ?3.230.000. Reserve re ?inlred. ?2*ifi.474.12.",: tUvieasi?. $(',07.475. Sur? plus $11,285,675; decrease. So 13,425. ?STOCK QUOTATIONS. F on??.?} rrt by Mestre SCOTT ? STH.iWOFltt.OTf iieiuLcrsNow Tork Slook Exchnnee. ?"???a. lllih. Low. O?os?. Atclitsnn. ?_<^ 7<H_, 79i<_ 7_? ?.lenicen pin ._ ?>?<)_ SEI? ?t'A ?\, Bal Minore ? Ohio. li>?"? . 105). Baltimore* Ohio efd. SI ?rook ?t? llama Transit.. GWk 64V ??*?. C*A__ Canadian I-acino. UM? 33b? lEaK !_??___ Canaan "toulliern. H'.?, I b?ear?aa?vt01?lo. ....... 4SJ? ..? .... S5\_ ("McacoA Almn.... .... ?16?* Chicago __ Alton pfa._. .- ?. 7":>. Cblca?_oGreat Western_ ?iS. .- *'*? riiirsc? <??-. Wes???? ?Gp A .... . ?8 Chicago Gt. Wcst'n pfd ? _ .... ' .... ?S??, ? ..l.jL L.uis.? . 'in C..1.A Louts Jiftt.- it? C.A K. Illinois._ ?? .- ?0 C. ? North writ. ?W .? ?. ?50 Chicago. R. LA Pacific.. >71 Chicago term. ATrau. .- !v?_ Cl>lrspoitrni.?Trnns.pfd. ..? ??4 O.. <?. CVudSt, ^oulj..._? . ?SM Col.Southern._ . M Col Poutnern 1st pfd....... ?~ 6'H Col.Sout?ern ?a nfd.? . *>H L'ilnvri.r?? .'j ?iuiHon. ..?? "?''?'4 ???,.????.? Western..... . *"ii"l Urintio.iiiiui?ja._ 41?. . ir? DenTtr&Klobrandspfd.- ?0.H . ?? un?._ e??_ e??__ ri? sfa Eileletpid.? . ??'? Eiu-:_ii,n._ ? ?. M* G?*???Normern jifa,....? . ?? 1^8 II oc kl n ? Coal... ... 17**? docking Valley.- ??*< . S**. Hocking Valley pfd.? .-- il5* Illinois Ceutral. I50** . 16?"? 1 osra Central. "J5** lev? Central pfd. ?' Lake Eri? ? Western.- ?- ?? LsseLrto?? Western ptd.<*.... I*?"1 ?.oclsvllleA Nashville:'.? 137 117'?. 1S7 JSC"__ MenlialtanL. ??Il ??? MOJ? }801__ M ?.Street Railway. 1??? US'* ?Sii *?H MexIcauO'n'rsl. **? National R. R- of Mexico .... ..- ? .'??t Mlnneap ? di. Luute... 110 Mi?oi?nj??i?o.:..;. :::..: ?;. ?* ?s* *j% Mlffoon Kan. A Tox. ???? ???? ??" *" 3flifi.ourl.Kaa.ATeX.DrJ. 5??* S6?* "*4 ^?H. I?ew Jersey Central.. IBs ? e* Y or* Central.1?? l^* ?? '!?. ? 01 loi I? A Western.- 55**) ??** "*?"? "* ? ertoli: * Westen? pfd- . Ornarlo* Western. "2 En.?:*"::::::::":::::: "? ?5 ?* ???* RICHMOND, VA. ****' ' Paid Up Capital ------ 8125,000 Authorized Capital ------ 8300,000 "Will furnish every one who will become a depositor to the amount of One Dollar or more, a handsome PR?VATE HOME SAFE. Cut This Coupon Out and send it to the Bank and we will send you a SAFE FREE. Capital $200,000.00 Surplus Over $500,000.00 Designated state, United states and city Depository. Ecce a Cenerai ?.itil-2 r__ir.eE Collections a Secfaify. Interest Alb t-i oa Da?, sit ? Largest Bank Depository South of Baltimore. JOHN P. BRANCH, President, JOHN K. BRANCH, Vice President JOHN F. GLENN. Cashier, **I,"I"I"hI'*I''M'"l',i'^'fr*^?i^*?^*t"I'4-f?? V1RGINIUS NEWTON, President. J. B. BEASLEY, Cashier. Union Bank of Kiclimond Organized May 3, 1866. Deposit Your Savings with a Solid institution?Tbe Strongest in tfas **>o_t_. Capita!. $219,750.00 Undivided Profit $300,000.00 Deposits.$1,400,000.00 DIRECTORS: V1FG1MUS NEWTON, R. T. ARR1NGTON, Jr., B. ALSOP T. W. PEM3ERTON N. W. BOWE, CHAS. DAVENPORT, J. B. BEASLEY. Small and Large Deposite Solicited, Interest Allowed. LOANS NEGOTIATED. BELL 8077?LONG DISTANCE 'PHONES?229 RICHMOND. SUCCESSOR TO INS. OEPT.-VlRGifilA TRUST CO., 1200 E. MAIN STREET, RICHMOND, VA. OWAF?i8S8 at HU_VI?, (Successors to Insurance Department Security Bank.) Real Estate; and Insw__?a,_o.ce. 1107 EAST MAIN STREET, RICHMOND, VA. Loans negotiated, rents collected, contracts carefully drawn. Prompt adjustment by liberal and courteous adjusters. THE NATIONAL BARK OF VIRGINIA United States and State Depository. Capital, - $500, W.M.K&MIitoo. President T. K. Sands, Casbler. 0. S. Morton, Assistant Cashier. DIRECTORS. Ceo. L. Christian, EeoJ. P. Alsop, H. Theodore Ellyson, John Addlson, F E. Molting, George R. Cannon, R. Lancaster Williams, J. H. Capers. h D. Williams, H. M. Vaughan, T. H. Ellett, R. G- Rennolds, T. A. Cary, B. Rand Wellford, J. W. Rothert, W. M. Habllstoa. Robert S Bosher. Geo. W. Stevens. ACCOUNTS SOLICITED. Icter est Paid en Deposits In Savings Department and on Certificates o? Deposit LETTERS OECEEDIT. FOEEI?K EXCHANGE. ^statoli ab od 1838.) Members ?, Y. Stock Exchange Members ?. Y. Cotton Exchange Private Wires to Principal Markets., ?msm SeciirMe a Specialty. Readlnffln pT?._.._ ??*? ReadlnB Zd pfd._ estui -SV 8t.UA_an.Fr._,._ is*. 6b*? -*.U A ?un. Ft. lut pfd... . Bt.l. * -nu. Fr. 2aprd..? . El. 1, <__ouuiwo?ter_...... ?? BlJUdiSouvawesiern pfd. ? BUPeol. 164 St. l'aul pfd. Southern G?????.......... -3^ BeothernRallt-kr..? ?6*? SouitiernKftllwaypra..... (IK l'tXA? <_ Facino.? . lolf?o.Si. '... ? West. Toledo.8t, L. ??"**,'--*, pfd.' . OnlonPaolflo. **?'>?? 104X OnlonPaotnopfd ...... *7Vi .. WnDaSn._. SO** ? WaBaehpfd.- .? TVninln?' fit LniteKrle..... Wheel. ?kLnlte Eric 1st pfd ?*V> ??? nn.ei. ??-. Erle 2a pfd... . Wucone'.n Centrai. tW> ?6M ffliconi?.*- Central p?d. CO l-8*? 6'lfe 8C>>_ GI? e?5? "??? li? t?*, --??a ?2*S4 68 I'8X M 72 27 d??? USJ? 188 fit P<*4 .... ?o _ ?OA, .... ?6V 10:>"< 10?*. .... -7? -?!< .... 43M, .... ?l ".. si .... t?*u EXPRESS COMPANIES, Adam?. American.? United States.... WQlic-ruieo.,... SlISCELLAN'EO?a. 6SX Amal-amMeflCopper....,? 6S>i Car Foundry.? 81 Car Fon ? dry pfd.- .... ? in er-S m Pit ?t Re?ln. ...... l?? ? Amer.Braelt?ReOiu pfd.? .... Amn. Loco. Si'J? Amn.Loco, pfd. ???? AnaconaaMlnlne Co....... 113*?? Colorado Fut?s Irou. *9><? Conmlldaten Oa?. -?o Continente! Tobacco 4's.. <?7>? Continental ToDao. pfd... 12? General Elcctno. 330 InternationaiPaper. .... Internatio?.?.Paperpfa.? .. . Linneo OH. Llneeed Ol? pfd. .... Ledine Gas........... ..? NstlonalBiicaU._ .... notional Lead. .... ? orth American.- .... PrclficCosst. ...... .... People'? Oa?.. .... Prctrea Steel Oar. 4G%_ Preeteotsteel Car pfd ..... .... PnllmanParlor Car. .... Sep. Iron & Steel. 17v_ Hep, Iron ?; a te-? pf a....... TOC Blandura OU._ .... Bupar........................ 1?*" TenneeeeeCoal _: Iron .... Union Rae.? Onion -tag pfd.? United State? Leatner ... united Staiti Leather pfl United Statei RuDoer..... Ujiiled-tatea Ruddoi pfd. C.B. Steel. D.S. -teel pfd.. Kansas City Southern. Kansas City Southern pfd? Va.-Carolina Chern. Va.-Carolina Cbexupfd... YVeUeruUnlon....... 4B*i 99*4 !2-*_ _ 114 .?. 21? .... 81 .... .son 4$'t, Wfitj, .... 98 .... 82** .... 92 .... m 911H 9?H ?19"% -19*?, 124>> 124 46*? 17*. 17% ?.u, ez*. e??-. llf Eo BOH 89 89*4 issi* 81 ?0*?, 2S 501. 85 471?, 22 ?0 66 101 ?614, P5*?) 132 17H :? t?5 )2fi4 S2K 15 ??2 V. 13 ?Vi 145. -9?. 89 ? SS7* 8b ? .... SI .... 10 .... 6*14 .... 131 U F ? a. ReMo. reg.. lOBJ? U 93's, Rerun, coup, IOS?. t SS??, reg.107??_ D S B's,coupon. ?0?*? ?Snew 4'?, reg.J8? tJ E new s'a.f oupon. HO E Fold 4's. reg.309? US ?'s, coupon.110"fc CBS's, registered... 1051? U85"a, coupon.108*4 Atclitsongenerall'a 303X AtiihlsonailJustA'e.. ?4 Bait A OHIO 4*.302?? Bait AOhioSH's*?" 96*_, Bait AOhlo sonv 4? 107 Canada Southland's 10? Cenof GaS'?. cou.. JOS?* Cen of Ga let la .... B2i__ Cen of Qa id la. Bl? Ches A Ohio 4V???? '0? Chic AAltSM'a,.... ?5H Chtc.B A Qnaw4'a, 9".** CM A6t Pgem"?, 116)_ CANWconaolPs. 140 C.R IAP 4's.112*4 CCCASt L gen 4's. ???? CblcagoTerm?'s... ?? Colorado Boutbnl'i 95 Denvei AlUolU's.. ; 0 <__ Erie prior lien ?'?. lt?K ..- - ?. Krlegecera'U'e..... 8;*_ Wisconsin Cen 4?__ .__? J-'tW ADeCU let's. ".33 ?? A ? 4'e.88 Rocking Val O?'sll.V? !'J_. BALTIMORE STOCK MARKET. BALTIMORE. MD., June 7.?Seaboard Air Line common. 25"^? 25%; do. preferred, 45%(__; 4G. Seaboard 4's, d5%@85%. RICHMOND STOCK MARKET. P5. _ Richmond, Va., June T, 1002. SALES. Virginia-Carolina Chemical common?50 shares at 69*34 ; 7 shares at 70; 3 shares at 70; CO shares at 69.4. STATE SECURITIES. Bid, Asked. North Carolina 4's, C, 1910.105 North Carolina 6's O., 1919.133 Va. 3's, new, C. and R., 1032. 95% 00V. Va. Centuries, 2-3, C. and R. SOi 97 CITY SECURITIES. Rich. City 5*s, R., 1920-1922_118 .._ Rich. City 4's, R., 1920-1930.10S% RAILROAD BONDS. Atlanta and Charlotte let 7"s. R... J14 .._ Colnm. and Greenville 1st G's, C... 118 Georgia Pae??c 1st 6's. C.,1922.. 126 Ga., So. and Fla., 1045. 115.? 1161.4 Ga., So. and Fia. Con. 5's.134 N. and W". Pocahontas 4*s. 92 ... Pet. Class ? 5's. R. C, 3P28.... 13S Pet. Class ? 6's, R. C, 3926.... 127 Rich, and Meek. 1st 4's. 1948..., 87 S. A. L. Con. 1st 4's. 1950. S5% S5% S. ?. L. Collateral Trust 5's.103% 103% Western N. C. 1st 6's, C, 1914.. 120 STREET RY. STOCKS. Tar. Norfolk Ry. and Light Co.25 13 13% RAILROAD STOCKS. Atlantic Coast Line *'A".100 125 135 Atlantic Coast Line pfd.100 3181? 320 Atlantic Coast Line com.100 123 " 125 Atlantic Coast Lin of Conn_100 247 255 Ga.. So. and Fla. 1st pfd.100 100 Seaboard Air Lino prfd.100 45 46 Seaboard Air Line com.100 25 20 BANK AND TRUST CO. STOCKS. American National .100 llS-ft City .25 33 First National .100 199 Merchants National .100 270 National Bank of Va.100 125 Pat. Savs, nnd Ins. Co.20 60 Planters National .100 320 Iticlimond T. and S. Dep. Co_100 lf>5 State Bank of Virginia.100 161 Southern Trust Company.100 112 INSURANCE COMPANIES. Virginia-Fire and Marine.25 37 83 Virginia State .25 2G% ... MISCELLANEOUS. American Locomotive pfd......100 02 02V_ American Locomotive, com.100 32 ... Consolidated Tob. 4 p. c. bonds.100 6C9_ 67*4 Old Dominion S. S. Co.100 125 Va.-Carolina Chemical pfd.100 131 131 "^ Va.-Caro'.ina Chemical com-100 C9*? 69% GRAIN AND COTTON EXCHANGE. Richmond, Va., June 7, 1902. WHEAT? Longberry .St} @87 Mixed.86 <?_7 Shortberry.SG @S7 No. 2 red .S7 Ya. bag lots .76 @S6 CORN? - \ "White (Va.) bag lots.71 @72 No. 2 white . 71 No. S white.70*. No. 2 mixed . 70 No. 3 mixed. (;;)?._ OATS? No. 2 mixed . -6*4* No. 3 mixed .40 PEANUT MARKETS. NORFOLK, VA., June 7.?PEANUTS?Quiet; Virginians?Active at 3*4c. for best stock. Fancy. 3@3%c: strictly prime, 3c; prime. 2'.e. PETERSBURG, VA., June 7.?PEANUTS? Market uulet. COTTON MARKETS. NEW YORK, June 7.?The cotton market opened steady with prices unchanged to 3 points lower, though one sale of July was made at 8.77, and August repeatedly .old at 8.48. This .showing was In keeping with tbe Liver? pool cables, which reflected an advance of 1@4 points, the June option alone being a single point higher. The crop .reports were nearly all favorable to the plant. The weekly review of tbe Chronicle for climatic conditions in the belt was bearish and receipt? at all points were small, as expected. The beare were quick to discover, however, that commlsson houses had very few buyng _orders and that ring traders, as a rule, were long of the Bummer eentbs nnd anxious to secure pro?ts. A flurry of selling for both accounts Immediately set In and prices rapidly weakened. July dropping 0 points to 8.68, ? and AuRuet 6 points to 8.43. But at these fig? ures substantial buying came to the front, and the core cautious Aorte turned for covr. Before 10:30 the whole list had rallied some four points, July selling at 8.72 and August at S.47. The weather map Indicated little or no rain In the cotton sections of the South, and the weather forecast gave no sign of icneral rains over the Sunday Interval. Cotton futures opened steady; closed carely steady with prices not 1@7 points lower. Opened. Closed. June . 8.S8 July .S.76 8.6S August .S.48 8.43 September .8.0-1 .8.01 October .T.02 7.87 November.7.82 7.S2 December.7.81 7.S1 January. .'.T.S4 7.82 February .7.S5 7.83 March.7.88 7.S0 Spot cotton closed with prices nnchanged on the basis of 0*!ec. for middling uplands nnd 9%c. for middling gulf. Sales were 2,480 bales. Cotton, quiet; middling, 9%c; gross receipts. 811 bales; sales. 2.4S0 bales; stock. 106.54S bales. Total to-day?Net receipts (nil TJ. S. ports), 3.325 bales: export to Great Britain. 392 bales; to the Continent, 10,65 Obales; slock. 53S4.944 bales. Consolidated?Net receipts (all U. S. ports). 3.325 bales; export to Great Britain. 302 bales; to the Continent. 10.650 bains. Total since September 1st?Net receipts (all U. S. ports). 7.397.201 bales; export to Great Britain, 2.955.212 bales: to France. 707,00b bales; to the Continent, 2,572.857 bales. COFFEE MARKET. NEW YORK, June 7.?COFFEE?The market for coffee futures opened steady and unchanged, and throughout the ' short suasion followed a narrow rut. nut moro than 15 poluts. with tbe close quiet and net unchanged. Total sales were 13.750 bags. Spot Rio, dull; No. 7 Invoice. 5%c.; mud, quiet and steady; Cordova. 8<Q!ll%c. CHICAGO MARKET. CHICAGO, ILL., Ju?e 7.?Excessive rain was the bugaboo of the grain bears again to-day, but this session th cables also told of the same bad weather abroad. In consequence a little support in a dull market was sufficient to bring strength. July wheat closed "tec; July corn V'(SMlc. higher, and July oats a shade down. Provisions closed a shade to 2%c. up. Tho loading futur?? ranged as follows Upen. High. Low. Close. WHEAT?No. 2. July. 72% 72t*, 7} t; -?? Sept. 71 li 71 % 7034 71*3 r>ec. 72'i 72% 72 72% CORN?No. 2. July. OS 63% 02% 63% Sept. 59 mi 68% 53% Pec. 44% 43 44*4 44TA OATS?No. 2. July (old).. 87 87% *"?% 3?% July (now). **9% 39% 80% S?% Sept. (old). 20Vi 20% 29 29 Sept. (new) 0114 31% 31 81 Dec. (new). 31 % 81VS 31% 81% MESS PORK?Per bbL July .17.40 17.47% 17.85 J7.42% Sept.17.50 17.50 17.40 17.45 LARD?Per 100 lbs. July .10.25 10.27% 10.22% 10.25 eSpt.10.27V? 10-30 10.27% 10.30 SHORT RIBS?Per 100 lbs. July .10.17% 10.17% 10.17% 10.17% Sept.10.10 10.10 10.02% 10.07% Cash quitatlons were as follows: Flour easy; winter patents. $3.70*353.00; straights. $email@example.com; clears. ?firstname.lastname@example.org; ?pring special, $4.20; pats. C3.**0<?$3.60: straights. $3*33.30. No. 3 spring wheat. 70<372c. ; No. 2 red. 80c. No. 2 yellow corn. 63%c. No. 2 ont?, 42%c. ; No. 2 white, 45%<S40%c.?. No. S white. 450 46V.C. No. 2 rye. 58%@P0c. Fair to choice malting barley. 05@e7c. No. 1 flaxseed. $1.50; No. 1 northwestern, $1.76; prime Timothy seed. $0.30. Mess pork, per barrel. $17.Bn<?2_7.55; lard, per 100 pounds. $10.22i./5510.25: short ribs sides (loosel, $10.10???l0.20: dry salted shoulders (boxd). $S@9.25: short clear sides (boxed). $email@example.com. Whisky, basis of high wines. $1.30. Clover, contract grade. $8.35. Butter market easy; creamrles, 18i??22c.: dairies, ISA? 19%c. Cheese, weak at 9%@10%c. Eggs, easy: fresh, ?5*?c. Receipts?Wheat, 11.000 bushels; corn. 189,000 bushels; oats, 123,000 bushels. BALTIMORE MARKET. BALTIMORE. MI")., June t.?FLOUR?Dull and unchanged. Wheat?Inactive and firmer; contract, spot nnd June. 77"?@77 %c.; southern by sample. 75?82e. Corn?Firmer; spot and June, eeViif/v?eiec. ; southern white corn, 68c. Onts?Firmer; No. 2 white, 50c. sales. Rye? Dull; No. 2, 60(_f.01c. Butter?Steady and un? changed. Eggs?Steady; fresh, 16@16%c. Cheese and sugar?Firm and unchanged. CATTLE MARKET. NEW YORK, Juue 7.?BEEVES?Receipts. 5 Ohead; al consigned direct. Dressed beef steady; city dressed, native sides. 9V,<_?llc. per pound. Exports to-day, partly estimated, 1,320 head of beeves, 80 head of sheep and 9,150 quarters of beef. Calves?Receipts, none; no trading; city dressed veals, S'?? lie. per pound. Sheep and lambs?Receipts. 4,511 head. Sheep, __c. lower; yearlings, .??i?'.ic lower; lambs. Vi@%e. lower; about four cars of stock not sold. Sheep sold at $3?4.60; one car at $5.25; culls, $2.50; yearlings, $5?(i.0.50; lambs. $5.25? 8.25; one car at $?>.50. Hogs?Receipts, partly estimated, 1,515 head; all consigned direct; nominally weak. EAST BUFFALO, N. Y.,. June' 7.?CATTLE? Receipts, 325 bead; good, dry-fed stock firm; grassers easy. Veals?Slow and dull; tops, $8.50 (??6.75; good. S6??6.2S; common to light, $5? 5.75. HOGS?Receipts, 5,500 head, active; good demand; heavy, $7.S5@7.50; mixed. $firstname.lastname@example.org; pigs. $6.75(i.8.S0; roughs, $6.50? 6.S5; stags. $5.50? 0. Sheep and lambs?Receipts. 2,400 heart, fairly active; sheep 0@15c. lower; lambs easier; no oxtra good dry-fed lambs here; top lambs, $email@example.com; fair to good, $firstname.lastname@example.org; culls. $4?5.50: yearlings, $5.50?5.75; sheep, top mix? ed, $4.75@5; fait to good, $email@example.com; culls to common, $2.25@4. EAST LIBERTY, PA., .Tun? 7.?CATTLE? Steady; choice, $7.15?7.5?: prime, $6.75?7; good. $8.25?0.70. Hogs?Slow; prime heavy, $firstname.lastname@example.org; mediums, $7.15; heavy yorkers, $7.05?7.0; light yorkers. $8.00(37: pigs. $6.80? 0.90; roughs, $5(5:5.70. Sheep?Slow; best weth? ers, $4.S5@5; culls and common. $2(32.50; choice lambs, $email@example.com; veal calves. $7?7.50. CINCINNATI, 0.. June 7.?HOGS?Steady, $firstname.lastname@example.org. Cattle?Steady, $2.50?6.40. Sheep Steady, $email@example.com. Lambs?Lower, $firstname.lastname@example.org. NAVAL STORES. WILMINGTON. N. C. June 7.?SPIRITS TURPENTINE?Steady. 46*?c; receipts, T5 casks. Rosin?Dull. $1.10?1.15; receipts. 97 barrels. Crude turrentlne?Firm. $1.40. $2.50 and $2.60; receipts. 40 barrels. Tar?Firm, $1.45; receipts, 16 barrels. SAVANNAH, GA., June 7.?TURPENTINE? Firm, 47.6c. ; receipts, 473 casks; exports. 5S0 casks. Rosin?Firm; receipts, 1,185 barrels; sales, 3.429 barrels; exports, 1.72S barrels. Quote: A, B. C. D, E, $1.25; F, 51.25; G, $1.40; H. $1.65: I, $1.95; K, $2.45; M, $2.90; N, $3.20; TV G, $3.35; W W, $3.55. CHARLESTON, S. a, June 7?TURP?N TINE?Steady at 46._.c. Rosin?Unchanged. LYNCHBURG TOBACCO MARKET. Lynchburg, Vn., June 7, 1002. Receipts of tobacco in tho warehouses of the city continue light. Owing to the lack of a suitable season the farmers are unable to move the balance of the old crop which they have on hand. There has been no material change in prices. Quotations are as folows : DARK GRADES. common dark luga.5 2.50@$ 4.00 Medium dark lugs . 2.80(0. 6.00 Good dark lug* .? 8?30(_? 0.00 Cuinmon dark leaf . B.OO? ?.00 Medium dark leaf . ?3.00? 7.00 Good dark leaf . LOO? 10.00 Sine dark leaf . ?l.OOfa 12.00 litre fine dark leaf . U.wS 13.50 Black wrappers . 10.00? 25.00 Ulack W"-?KIGHT TOBACCOS. WF???Zr=? sii si f?s ? ?::::"""??:??: M M Good cutters .12.00? 15.01 Fine cutters.ll-OOg 18.00 RUIGHT WRAPPERS ?common .Ti iSi .? ?S ??pillum.?.11.004} 1/5.00 Good.?5???<3 2???? S?ne.20.000 30.UO ilAHOG?N? WRAPPERS- ., ?_,??. ? flood .* 14.004S 33.00 Medium .?..12-004? 20.00 WRAPPERS? rommon .......... ???.? 8-?OfJJ 13.00 Medium.?OO? 17.?O rood ..17.50? 85.00 PBTERSBUBO TOBAl-C? MARKET. Petersburg. Va., June 7, 1902. Sales have beeil large for several day? and Pr?_.e Allons are as follows: Commor. to medium lug?.* ?gOf _??? Good luge. g?3 |.mi ?foor o*lort leaf....... g??}? ?.00 Fair to good short leaf .... g-gOg ?.0? Medium to good wrappers. 8.00? 11.00 Good to fine wrappers .16.00?* 25.00 Fine shipping.10.000 18.00 MARINE INTELLIGENCE. ? PORT OF RICHMOND, JUNE 7, 1902. ARRIVED. Steamer Richmond, Page. Norfolk, .merchan '^.. .?? r,v.wni!era Old Dominion Une. ?"steamed Pocahontas, Graves Norfolk and James River landings, merchandise and passen ?eaVmer'? ^S&?S?S^?^ Stand ard Oil Compauy 8AILED. - Steamer Richmond, Page. Norfolk, merchan? dise and passengers. Old Dominion Une. ?Lo??? P<Whoutas, Graves, Norfolk, mer chf?6 and^sengers, Virginia Navigation ?? JuUa. Kelly, toes B?ter, coaL ' ftT ^STANDSTILL A Small Number of Shares Dis? posed of Yesterday. THE STRIKE IN WEST VIRGINIA Had Very Little Effect on Chesapeake and Ohio and Norfolk and Western. . The Bank Statement Showed but Little Change. The total sale of stocks yesterday amounted to 55,000 shares. That simply means that the market was absolutely stagnant. It Is rarely that transactions on the New York Stock Exchange are so small. Indeed, It Is to be doubtful if there has been such, a dull day in years. There can be but one meaning to this, and that is that stocks aro held by strong people. The labor situation is alarming, and if stocks were held by the '.'public" there would almost surely have been an unloading movement yesterday, when it was announced that in addition to the strike in the anthracite regions a large number of minors In the bitumtous regions of West Virginia had gone out. CONDITIONS GOOD. But the general conditions with this ex? ception are oxcellent, as shown in the trade reports yesterday. The crops are most promising, and the strike will be settled one way or another by and by. In view of these facts holders of stocks being able to hold are not willing to? turn them loose at a sacrifice, and so the mar? ket remains dull. In many stocks there were no sales av all during yesterday's cession. One sala was reported of Chesapeake and Ohio at 45%. the closing price of the day before, and one sole of Norfolk and "Western at 55%. Canadian Pacific was stron?*?, and so wns Union Pacific. There was little trading, however, of either. Tho report of tho Central Kailroad of Georgia showed nn increase In earnings for the fourth week in May of $2-.S00. There was recovery in the price of the first income bonds of this road. One sale was made at 93. THE BANK STATEMENT. The bank statement showed little change Tlio banks lost during the week $1.350.900, but there was a decrease of $1.325.000 In loans, and a decrease in de? posits of $2,429,900, making a net decrease In the surplus reserve of $643,425. The pub? lication of the bank statement had no ef? fect on the market. Barge Overbrook, Maloney, Petersbur*r, light. Barge Virginia, Landln. James River, light. JUNE STH. Steamer Saglnaw, Tnnnel. Philadelphia, Pa., merchandise and passengers, Clyde line. PORT NEWPORT NEWS, JUNE 7, 1902. ARRIVED. Schooner C. A. Campbell, Bangor. """'' Steamer Socstdvb, Rotterdam and Amsterdam. SAILED. Barge Oxford, Providence. Barge Parks, Fall River. Schooner XV. C. Carnegie, Portland. Steamer Conway, Greenwich. -_-. CIVIL DOCKET. Ali Cases in the Hustings Court to Be Disposed of This Week. All lawyers interested are requested by Judge Witt to be in attendance upon the session of the Hustings Court to-mor row, at which time the civil docket will be called and cases set. An effort will be made to close out the civil docket during the week. In the suit of M. F. Montague against J. H. and H. T. Goddin, Mr. S. C. Flem? ing was appointed receiver by Judge Minor yesterday and an injunction was granted. The litigation arose over the co__ten tion as to ownership of a certain parcel of sand land, and the defendants aie re? strained from interferring with the land in question, and the National Bank of "Virginia and all others are restrained from paying anything out now on de? posit to the credit of defendants and from collecting sums due for sand sold or de? livered since February 7, 1902. In the case of Mrs. Annie M. Chandler against the city and others for $5,000 the jury returned a verdict for $2,500 in the Law and Equity Court yesterday after? noon against the city and declared that the other defendants to the suit, the Virginia Mechanics' Institute, A. C Hous? ton and W. Ben Davis, were not liable. Mrs. Chandler fell over an obstruction on the sidewalk and sprained her ankle and otherwise injured herself in Novem? ber, 1901. Juan F. Pizzini qualified In the Chan? cery Court yesterday as administrator of the estate of his father, the late Juan A. Pizzini. The estate is valued at about ?3,500. In the City Circuit Court judgment -was rendered in the case of Rothert and Com? pany vs. Walter Matthews for the re? covery of certain articles of furclture valued at $103.10. STRIKE IN CHARLOTTESVILLE. Cars Run by Manager, President's Sons and Linemen. (Special Diopatch to The Times.) CHARLOTTESVII-LE. VA., June 7 Becauso they would not sign the new rule* nnd regulations issued by the company, the motormen and con? ductors of the Charlottesville city and suburban railway were discharged this morning. The cars to-day are being operated by the president's son, the gen? eral manager of the company and the linemen. The objectionable clause is as follows: "The personal risks of service with the company must be assumed by the em? ployes. No one can better understand the dangers than the employe himself, and if they are greater than he is willing to carry, he must not accept the employ? ment. The company will not be liable, under any circumstances, for accidents or Injuries to employes." Interesting to T. P. A.'s. The following telegram of much in? terest to Richmond and neighboring T. P. A's., was received yesterday by Mr. Joseph Wallerstein. ' Portland, Oregon, June 7, 1902. Joseph Wallerstein, Richmond, Va.: Peak elected National President. Har? wood re-elected. Indianapolis secured next convention. National Board en? dorsed your report received and referred to special committee. Hundred and ninety delegates. Spleno-U convention; delight? ful entertainment. Regards from many. C. W. SAUNDERS Mr. Peak, of Texas, is a prime favorite with the Virginia T. P. A. boys, and they will rejoice over his success, as well as that of Colonel John S. Harwood. ARE TOU SEEKING EMPLOYMENT? CUT OUT THE FREE COUPON AND ADVERTISE IN THE SUNDAY TIMES WANTS. GREAT BARGAINS IN TO-DAY'S SUNDAY TIMES WANT PAGES. DO YOU NEED A CLERK? CUT OUT THE FREE COUPON AND ADVER? TISE IN THE SUNDAY TIMES WANTS. EVERYBODY READS THEM. GREAT BARGAINS IN TO-DAY'S SUNDAY TIMES WANT PAGES. PHrANClAl. $30,000.00 To Loan on Real Estate. Charges Moderate. We have three fine farms that can be had at extremely low figures. It will pay you to see us about them. Also, several good 10 per cent, brick investments in nice locations. C. L. & H. L. DENOON, 821 East Main Street IMPOT RULING IN BANKRUPTCY ? Country Postmasters Charged With Padding Returns. UNLAWFULLY SELL STAMPS Messrs. Lassiter and Southall Will Meet at Lunenburg Courthouse To Morrow?Faithful Watch man Paralysed. (Special Dispatch to Tlie Time*.) PETERSBURG. VA.. June 7.?Mr. Geo. S. Bernard, referee in bankruptcy, has rrinde an important ruling in the caae of John A. Thorp, of Sussex county, [ pending before him. Tho bankrupt in ; 1S&9 executed a deed of trust securing | an indebtness to the John L. Roper Lum- ' ber Company of several hundred dollars. The deed was not admitted to record until several days after the debtor was ad? judged a bankrupt. The referee rules thnt under the bankruptcy act of 189S tho deed is invalid as against the trus? tee in bankruptcy and that the property thereby conveyed must go to the bank? rupt's trustee for distribution according to the provisions of the bankruptcy act. It is expected that the John L. Roper Lumber Company, which is represented by Mr. S. S. Lambeth, Jr., of Norfolk, will ask District Judge Waddlll to re *.iew the referee's decision. The trustee in ?bankruptcy is repVesented by Mr. Bartlett Roper, Jr., of" this city. POSTMASTERS IN TROUBLE. Allen T. Saunders, jpo^tmosten, j'iry^ Mrs. Mary R. Powell, assistant postmas? ter at Skippers, Va., and Thomas L. LangfordT, postmaster of Hitchcock, Va.. were before United States Commissioner Bartlett Roper, Jr., of this city, to-day charged with making false returns of business to the auditor of the Postofflce Department, for the purpose of increas? ing their compensation as such officers. They -waived examination and were sent on for trial at the October term of tho District Court in Richmond. They were admitted to bail in the sum of $200. with W. T. Tiller and C. A. Saunders as bondsmen. They are charged with mak? ing false returns of the business as to the amount of postage stamps actually cancelled at these offices, and in the case*? of Saunders and Powell it is charged that the returns were further false in ?hat they were not signed by said Sain?ders, though they bore oath tj that effect. In the cases of both postmasters and the assistant the charge is made that they unlawfully disposed of stamps in payment of bills or in exchange of mer? chandise. WHEN GREEK MEETS GREEK. Congressman F. R. Lassiter, of this city, will.be in Lunenburg county Mon? day morning, court day, to meet hl3 friends. Mr. R. G. Southal will be in LunenbufT on the same day to look after the interest of his candidacy for the nomination for Congress in this city. Mr. W. A. Totty will resign as member of the Council at the next meeting. Mr. Totty says that his business at present will prevent his giving the proper time and attention to the affairs of the city. Mr. James E. Harrison, who for many years has\ been employed as day watch? man at the factory of David Dunlop, in this city, was paralyzed yesterday af? ternoon. The Baptist Sundfiy-Schcol Union will bold a regulnx meeting at Ettrick Church to-morrow afternoon at 4 o'clock. Ar-nual children's day services will be held at High-Street Church to-morrow morrdng. CHARLES CITY COUNTY. Many Improvements at Presque Isle. Crop of Wheat Very Poor. ? (Spprlnl Dispatch to Th<; Times.) CHARLES CITY COUNT?, VA.. June 7?The wheat crop throughout this coun? ty ?3 the most indifferent seen In many years. There are some exceptions, of course, but the outlook generally is dis? couraging. Winter oats are looking fairly well. Farmers are busy cutting the clover hay crop and working corn. Many improvements are in progress around the buildings on the Presque Isle plantation, which was recently purchased by Mr. Ad. Williams, of Richmond. Va., from the Lipseomb estate. This is one of- the finest places along James River, and the hunting and fishing faoilltles are among the best in thte section. Mrs. Molly Saunders, of Richmond. Va., is spending a few days at her country place, Little Buckland, in this county. She is accomp>anied by her two little grandsons, the children of Mr. W. Bailey Saunders. Miss Vinna Carter, who has been very sick, is somewhat better. Mrs. William Hogan is quite sick. Mr. Jesse Walker, a popular young man, has accepted a position in West Virginia, where he will be engaged In railroad construction. Mr. J. W. Douthat has accepted the po? sition of manager at Lower Brandon. Big Engines Ordered. The Virginia-Carolina Chemical Com? pany placed contracts during last week with the Allis-Chalmers Company, engine "builders, of Milwaukee and Chicago, through their Southern agent. Mr. J. L. Lindsay, of this city, for two powerful Corless engines of the finest modern type for their Charleston, S. C, and Atlanta, Ga-, plants. WORK OUT THE PROVERB. SEVEN' CASH PRIZES TO-DAY. SEE WANT AD. PAGES. WHAT IS THE PROVERB TO-DAY? SEVEN CASH PRIZES. SEE WANT AD. PAGES. SEVEN CASH PRIZES IN TO-DAY'S SUNDAY TIMES WANT PAGES. THE PROVERB CONTEST. ARE YOU SEEKING EMPLOYMENT? CUT OUT THE FREE COUPON AND ADVERTISE IN THE SUNDAY TIMES WANTS. REAL ESTATE INSURANCE LOANS CHAP?N & HUME, 1107 East Main Street Fox? Sale. VERY HANDSOME WEST ORAOT STREET DWELLING. 14 large rooms. Magnificent Suburban Residence. Ono of tho most attractive anywhere near Richmond, on the HERMITAGE ROAD. It would be useless to attempt to de BOrlbo In detail this beautiful place, which must be seen to be appreciated. It will be a pleasure to drive any proposing pur? chaser to look et this property. ? MONEY ? ANY AMOUNTS. NO DELAYS. $1?550.00 WILL BUT DESIRABLE DWELLINO on Twenty-Mventh Str?*et, now rentlnff for $1S0. $6,000.00 TO LEND? ON ?CHOICE CITY PROP-? ERTY AT d PER CENT. Wanted at Once. A DESIRABLE DWELLING ON ORACH Street, with modern conveniences: 8 to 10 room, from 5?.0CO to $3,000. WANTED, REAL ESTATE OF EVERY dracrlption to sell, to rent, to exchange.; Collections of rents a specialty. Prompt' returns guaranteed. CHAP?N & HUME, Real Estate. Insurance. Loans. HOT E. Main. MONEY TO LOAN ON* CITY REAL ES? TATE AT 5 PER CENT. T. M. WORTHAM & CO. ft/lono.y To lend on city and country real estate; write or call for free Virginia Real Estate Journal, which contains many bargains. R. B. CHAFFIN & CO.. INC.. No. 1 North Tenth Street. Money Loaned Salaried People retail merchants, teamsters, boarding houses without security. Largest business in 42 principal cities. TOLMAN. Room 10. 1110 Main Street MONEY TO LEND IN ANY AMOUNT ON CITY PROPERTY, Terms Moderate and no Delays. WM. B. PIZZINI CO.. _Te ? th and Bank Streets. 5 Per Cent. MONEY TO* LOAN ON CITY REALTY. N. W. BOWE. 4 N. Eleventh Street. $2,500 j To Le?d ?? $5,000 City Property $7/000 J at 5 per cent. 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THOMPSON BROWN & CO. Bankers. ?.-,-tr- f New York Stock Excnugt ?' 1 New York Cotton Exchange Detailed statistical ?nformatioa urnishcd on Southern Investtaert Securities. MANY SITUATIONS ARS Ol IN TO-DAY'S SUNDAY TUBES .?KAMI PAGES. READ TO-DAT8 SUNDAY WANT PAGES.