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STOGKS END ACTIVE.
MAN*** . rROMIXRXT SHAUI3S, HO\V
i;Vi;il, ATAnOCTTHB LOWEST./
CALL MONEY DOWN TO 3 P. C.
Thl« Tlntc. Howcvor. Fnilx (o Tnclnhe
my SotnW* Drmnml in" Korcljin
KxclmnßC Mnrkft for Kctiirn of
Jloiicy Bdrpowet] Alirontl. ■ .- : -
KEtV YOKTC. May 2(s.— There tv.na rather
wo re activity in in<J market to-day i
thnsi dtirin?: Uic latter t^arl of last !
tvoc^. but It was at Hie expense of |
values of the standard stocks. There i
V cr* ■ some specialties which made j
striicinE advances, which would have
served; as a sustaining influence un-1
fa! orcinary circumstances. Neither was
tJicro any had r.ews to- account ; for" ih*
so 'Jinfir. The day's immediate develop!
ments -were rather favorable. But tht fail-^
ure of the. favorable developments, and of
tiic "persistent hardness cf the market to
attract any general speculative demand
fijr-stccks. served to discourage some con-.
fij.ii.-nbio -holders, who liave ilred of the
passivity of' the market, with the result
that they unloaded considerable lines to
day* There seemed to^hc a large specula-"
tivV line-- of St. I'aul 'tfnd Union -Pacific,
sr.ij l«3ss : amounts of various other stocks,
. -which were urgently', pressed for .sale.' The
or.;y immediate news of a . depressing
charflCter was "the .spread "of the coal
strike into some portions of. the soft coal
f.cius in Virginia and West VirKlnia. The
coalers themselves, however, were little
a:'i> ctV-d. "■■ ■■ "' - - .■.-■■.-...
T.Jie rate for call money settled, dov.-n to.
a quietus per cent, basis without inducing
otiv notable, demand in tlie foreign cx
clim'Re..market for return of money. l»or
"rowwi abroad. But despite the relief a'c
cordfvj by the large sums borrowed on the
Evu< i i'f-an continent and from our own do
ni<:.Mic.centers, there is some solicitude
aj'psrent iiv financial circles over the fu
ture: meeting of the large oblsgatlon.«
which have been incurred. : Bankers aro
Inclined, to nurse their reserves to some
exu:'it In order to strengthen their ])osi
tion agninst the future need. It is be
■lic.vx-d that the trust companies are also
disposed to buildup their reserves In com- I
pliance ■•- with, the intimation , froni the.
eleartng-house; authorities that the total
volume of. outstanding credits ought; to
have nreater reserves bnck of them than
those included in the bank reserve alone.
Tik 5 retention of the exeliange rnto at the*
■ low level, despite the easing of the money,
market, is the more remarkable In view or
: the considerable buying of British -consols'.
for American account.
CANADIAN PACIFIC ADVANCE COX
TJNUED.
Canadian Paciiic continue! its remark
fibU; advance, which gave rise to rumors;
of something like a struggle for control
between the present dominant Interest and
ihi- Northern Securities* group. ! ,' '
There ,were; a fow minor points of
Etrongth among the railroads. Rutland'
preferred scored a nine-point recovery on
liglit: transactions. i Among the industrials,
tvhieh wrons irregular as the rnilroadsT
Pr<-sKed Steel Car was conspicuous for . a
rise of nearly five points, without explana-
; tion. ' : Favorable news from the crops, con
tinned increases -n railroad earnings re
portod for the third week, pi" May. and
jjwierally encouraging news from all
branches^ of Industry, except the coal j
trade, seeinctl- to be ignored in the trading, j
This market closed quite active and ir
regular, but with many prominent stocks
at .ihout the lowest.
The bond market was rather, dull and
Irregular. r Total sales par value."-$2,6*45,
f». United;" States; bonds r were all un
i-haiigcd on the last call:
".'])<• total; sales of stocks to-day were
£13,000 shares. ' ' V
MOXEYAND EXCHANGE.
Money on : eaJl steady;at 2 [email protected] 1-4 per
tent.; closing bid and asked, 2 3-4J13. .
Prime mercantile.; paper, L 4 1-2SJS , per
- c<;:it.
Sterling exchange steady with actual
business tn bankers' bills at 4.87 for de
manu and at 4.54.3-S lor i'>o days. Posted
j:;tts, 4;55; 1-2 and 4.SS. Commercial bills,
4.\'l 3-4fc«4.54 3-4.
liar silv^ir. hi 5-S. :
.'iuodcni dollars, 41 3-4.
Govenimcnt bonds, steady. State bpnds,
iiractivt>. Hailroad bonds, irregular.
Xcw Vorlc Stufilc airrrUet.
Quotations" furnished by Thomas Branch
£.- C 0... Bankers and Brokers,
Members : New York Stock and Cotton
Exchanges. ■
American Siniff, common. . 107 30C
. .American Snuff, preferred..... t!7 I*S?i
Amcricitn Can, com. ■"•(bid) 33 n\i
Ainerlcan Can,. pref, (bid);;.. HG • 54 •
"Atneiiea.ll Cotton Oil. corn — C 3 ■ MVs
An'ieriean Locomoiive. com... :;2 32"
Aini*riean ■•Locomotive, pref.. Kl'j Wg
American Sugar l-S*., 125%
. .A::ii-ritrnn Smelters C 0....... v W.V; -si :- 34
Anialgamated Copper 71 " 7n
Anaconda* kilning C 0.... lISVi" 117 .
*it.>hison, common . .. SuVi 70? i
Atohison, preferred SSI^ i)S
Kakimore and; Ohio lOt^j, 10ti
l:.iiiimorc and Ohio, pref.... .... D 5
Urooklyn liapld Transit '".-• t;S',{; C,";' s
Canada Southern (no sales).. ..." Sii^i
<'hesapenl:e and Ohio 4G?f H 40^
Chi; and Great v "\Ver.tern......2ovi 2514
Chi., .V.il. and St. Paul. 1~1% ]COTs
Chi..:K; Island and Pacific.;. 172V2 . 371V4
C. C., C. and St. L. (no sales; ,
closed .... 103
Colorado v. Fuel and 'Iron ■;.."•;.. I0J1&-' 100
Citlu. und Southern, com .. Sl'i 31 i
Colo, and Southern; l^t pref.. 71 70
Coin, and Sou ihern. -2<3 pref.. 42 42
Consolidated Gas ............ 221'iA 222-.
■ Con. Tobacco. 4 p. c. Cm""" OG"|
Con. Tobacco, pref.;...: J2i 32-Hi
Pt!aware and Hudson ... I 7u 1 ' 375' i
'!•!.. Lack' a:id AVestern (no '
rak-H. dosed):; „■ .... 200
; Krio, common — S'"i ac^
Kri«. Ist ju-ef erred CPw 67U
<"eivcral ICleetrlc dm sales, .
clus.nl) .............. . 315
niinoii, Central .... l'>iY & -; 35"«J'. .
■h. anil M. (no rales, c.Joscd).. .... 40V2
3-a:isvlJli; and Nashv'.lie..... 140 l."S"'
.-..^lar.hanani Elevated '„-332^, ir-lj
Si'HtviHilitau 150. uWt
Meirlean- Cfntral .. ..... :'7% ■; 27^i
■^*'<-x Central,.; Ist incomes.... 32' i S2>i .
JisPotiri Pr.rtfic. ...... s'X> T'OTfe
j"| '. K ifii," and 'IV.vas, prof... hfi\± s.>Vj
--;-" I " i ' f"f "' k Ccntial 3r>7^ 15VA
£■ v.,-Ojh. and Western.. ... S2si 32 a 1
->'J"f.'S X ,;,.,] \Ve<t.P:nv. rcu 56^
N;;r: aiui \\". t pref. (closed ).. ...'. 53 .".
N'i'.h Am't-r. Co. (no sales,
„--' iJ ! .« -1215;
I -■••<■ X:::) .... 40 ,
J'^^yivania:. ;349*;:;. lwi
'"•:.<-s Grjv: ... , jo2»i. KU^
■ "'-{••^'■;r'K .., ..02% -W%- i
I'-"adint'. Ist jirefenvd ........ K3?i . S2^ .
"•■Bfljnc. ''id preferred; ;. •"..G'li 1 . :.«l%: .«l%
•;;r 1-nin. 2d pref. (no sales) .... 71-%
<,': ... South wesu-rri, - ; pref ">! u ,i p '^Vi
•■• -iiihi-rn Pacific ... ... f.5 fi-^i
Knilway ... .. ; ?7 ffli
pt'Uhcrn n.Tilwriv prof.. f<s ' P4Th :
;. -..-.StandsiTd: Oil .. .". C 25 C 27"
Tcr.nosße? C«al and 1r0n...... CMi: «Wi
,»_'•> as :ind I'acinc ............ 41Vi. 40*4 :
."Vnlon- Paciflc.,;. c0mm0n..'. .;.'105 > 10<U"
1 :;^ n .- Pacifin, .- preferred .v....' W x X 7 •
. T :;!».<! States Leather.' com.. IS'h 324
■:>nofl Ptates • Stoeel. com. .. 4" 3 h 40;. !
1 nhod Statrs Steei. pref. '-;-.;. f*'^ ff* ■ '
Ch<>m.. c0m.......... 70 70?s
\:..-Oir. Chem.. jiref. (no .
. f-a!^) .;. ....■- nVA
V" ■■::;. '^ "';■■-■,.]-';-■ :;-./.\- : - , .
pencer 1 rask OC
BANKERS,
27 &29 Pine.. St., New York \
ilcaibtis Hew York Stock' Exchange.". - ;
'-"■■' . ■ ... ■■ ■ ■. ■■ .■ ■- '" ' ' : ' "■"■ ■... . ■■ - - " . ... ■ *:.:.*:■• 'ii
. ■ ■ X
J» 2-Th,sal&Tue» 150t-fprinrc«. [(
. HI; i: : < :- , '■" Wj!iV"ji!j -
A word in con fidence. -"■■ r -
That double-breasted suit
thiat you saw in the str v eet, and
supposed made by a high
priced tailor, came from bur*
store.-.; " - ; :! V : ■:../*".,
We described it. last- week;
come in and see it, but if you
mcli nc to s to u tf> ess, you'll *b e
inclined to our new single
breasted sack, strip ed~ cassi
mere—special sizes.
: : $is^ . - : . : ' : V ■ -
■ \*>~~~~ . .■■■■..: -.;---ty, J ..\'. y . ■■ ■ . . :
Wabaeh; preferred .. ..... ... .4 1U 43%
' JJonds.
United States refunding 2'a, reg'd 10S;^
United States refunding 2\s, coupon.. Hi.ys'3
United States 3's, registered. ...107%
United States 3's, coupon ............. 10S
United States new An, rogistered.... 335^4
United States now -!r! r s r couponl 3>>'H'v
United States old 4's, registered...:.. 'llo%
United States old 4's. c0up0n.........: Htt^i
United ' Slates s's. registered. .'...... l(6V.t
United States s's? coupon ... ...... l«) 5V t
Atchison, general 4's .10:%
Atchison," adjustment 4"s ...*../..".. "04 .-■
■Baltimore and Ohio 4's 102?^
Baltimore nnd Ohio 3^'s ' l<ti .
..Baltimore! and Ohio cony. 4's :.;107
Canada Southern 2s Kill
Central of Georgia, i s's 10!S%
Central of - Georgia.; Ist income.s.....: SG- :
Central of Georgia, 2d incomes (bid).. 40V&
- Chesapeake and Ohio 4>£'s ........ JOS '4
Chicago and Alton SV-Vs- ........... !>4i2
Chicago. Bur. and Quincy new.4's.... SG
Chi., Mil. and St. 'Paul gen. 45.. ...... 115
'.Chi:; and Northwestern consol 75.... 134
Chi. R. Island and. Pacific' 4's... ~. 112;
C, C.,C and St. Louis yen. 4's.. lmVj
Chicago Terminal 4's ..T..... &'J%
Colorado and Southern 4's •'•ii^i
Con. Tobacco 4's' ....................... ;G7 "
,' Denver' and Rio Grande 45............ 10394
Erip. iirior lien 4's ...: 100'
Erie general 4's b7-)i
Fort Worth and Denver City Ists.... lll'/a
Hocking Valley AM's .....110''.
Louisville and Naish. Unified 45..... lo:%
Mexican Central 4's -82%
Mexican Central, Ist incomes.... 32.
Minneapolis and St. Louis '4's.. .'lO5 ■ "'
MisHOtiri. Kansas and Texas 45..... 101>4
Missouri. ".-Kansas and Texas 25...... §2%
Mobile and Ohiocol.tr. 4's (bid)...... .'«
■ New York Central Ists — 104 r ;3
New York Central gen. :'. SVs's'. .."..:..' . 10S
New Jersey Central general" 55....:: 138%
Northern Pacillc 4's 10.T
Northern Pacific- 3' s .................... .73*4
Norfolk .and Western console's 102
I Reading genera) 4's i 99%
St. Louis and Iron Moun. "con: 55....: 116%
St. Louis and Sasi Francisco 4's. US
St. Louis Southwestern Ists SS%
St. Louis Southwestern 2's .......:... S'SVx
San Antonio .and -Aransas Pass 45... Wi .
Southern • 'Pacific* 4's ...........;........ %Y 6
Southern Railway s's ... .... ..!..... 122\i
Texas "and- Pacific : Ists .'. . . .-. .......... 121 .
Tolfdo, St. L. X and Western 4's.. 82*4
Union Pacific 4's .....105%
Union Pacific 1 ; cony.: 4's .107%
Va.-CarolinaTiChemica 1 C 0. ,. com 7U%
Va.-Carolina Chemical Co., pref..... 131 Vi
Wabash Ists 120^:
Wabash £'s .'.'. ."....: :......... 112
Wabash Dels> B. 75^
West Shore 4's ...:....... 114
Wheeling and Luke Erie 4's !H
Wisconsin Central 4's 9-I V4
Sehboaril Air-Uine iSeenrltics.
BALTIMORE. May 2fl.— Seaboard, com
mon, --25V45 -<5; Seaboard, preferred, 45-^Q- 1
40; Seaboard bonds, 4's, SGJfSGVa-
HICIUtIOXD STOCK EXCHANGE.
Richmond, Va., May " 2G, 1902.-
State Securities-
Bid. Asked.
North Carolina 4's,: C.......1910 103
North Carolina 6s, C........1019 133
Virginia 3's (new), C. & R:.1032 r .ti\i>: s<>
Virginia Cnt's, 2-3, C. & R.l&'Jl OG'-i ". SGU
City Securities— ' .
Richmond city s's, R... 1920-1922 US
Riclnnond city 4's, R... 1920-1030 103 .
Railroad Bonds-
Atlanta & Char. Ist 7's, R..1J107 114 *
C. <feC, R. &A. Div.V lst.".l9SJ> 103& .
C. & 0., R. &. A. 4's. 2d..JSS9 103'.^
Georgia Pacific. irtG'5. .....:. 1922 -12S : .
Ga., So. and F1a..... l'J4o 114 " '
Ga.. So. and Fla., con. 55. .1915 114
Nor. and Western Ry;4'»..l9DG 100 '
l'etersb'g Class A ss; R. C.192G 118 ,
P'sburg Class BG's. R.C...l'.'l'G 12S
Rich: ariu?Dan. Gold G's, C.l!'ir> 122
Rich, and Peter's con. G's.. 1915 120
Rich, and Peter'g con. 4Vi's.ll)4o 110
■R.. F. ■& P., con. A\>-> p: C..1940 110
Rich, and 'Meek. Ist 4'5....194S SG
South-Bound Ist s's.. 1941 112 ;';..:-■..
Scab. Air-Line con. Ist 45.1 050 Ss?i: SG ■
Scab. Air-Line, col.. tr.5'5.:1911 10_'Vi '--lU3
Western N. C, Ist G's,: C... .1914 "120
Railroad Stocks— Par.
Atlanta and- Charlotte. .....loo IG3
Atlantic-Coast Line "A"... .100 12G 13a
Allantie-Coast Line, pref.... 100 IIS
Atlantic-Coast Line. c0m.... 100 .122 l^a
Atlantic-Coast Line of Conn. 100 24S ~00
Ga.,: So. and Fla.. Ist: pref. .loo P9&
Ga, So. and Fla.. £d.pref..lQo SI ; .
Nor. and Western, com. UK), o'j , ,
North Carolina ........100 172;
R. f F. and P., div. 0b1i...-.100 ... 242
.It.. F. arid -.. 7p. C.........100 ... ,2to
Rit P.--& n.. F. &P. Con.. : <o 10) 140 -
Seaboard Air-Line, pref:... 100 ; *4o^i 4G:
Scab. Air-Line, com .....100 25}4. i'U I,*1 ,*
Bank and. Trust Co. Stocks— _
American National .......... 100 115
Broad-Street 8ank. .........25 28 ..
City ........ i.. '..:.. — «) *>«>
First National --^00 ll'S 205
Merchants National 100 1.0
Metropolitan Bank of. Va... 2a 2r lb
Planters' National .. ........ 100 320 _ v
Rich. Trust and S. D. C0..11K) loi l^ loV-
Savings Bank of Richmond 2a ... <0
Stato'Bank of Virginia. .....loo IGI
Southern Trust Company. . -lw HZ
Union Bank of Richmond. . 50 167
Virginia Trust Company...- 10J 132 ■, I^9
-Insurance Companies.
Virginia Fire and Marine 25 30'^
Virginia State ..'.: •;• 25 i 6 '
Miscellaneous— „. .. ..
American Loco.. pr0f.....f.100 93U 34
American Locomotive, com. loo 01. .
Old Dominion S. S. C0'..V : ..1'» 12) 140
S. 1. &r S. Co.. ists. Gp. ci'.li'iO. 109 _
S 1. & S..CO.'. con.-4Vi 1 5....191S S3: Sb •;
S.-S. S. &I. Co.. pref., 7p. c.-i^i SO _
S -S S &1. Co., com. ....•-.-. 100 o0 ,
Va.-Car. Ch'cm:, pref.. Sp. c.lOO: 131V4 131-}* •
Va.-Car. "■ Chem., c0m... .....100 t>9->i '2 |
West-End L. and Imp.; Co.. 25 ..: -a I
' SALES BEFORE THE BOARD. _/- j
100 Virginia-Carolina Chemical,: .pre
ferred, at 13HA; 2 -^American Locomotive, ]
preferred, ati)J. * •''"• •■; ''..- :"; " : * I
\ ' SALES AT THE BOARD. V ;■.; |
WW- VirKiniii 1 '- Centuries at" %%;; 5.000 . Sea- j
board ,Air-Linc:4's;at SG; 10 Seaboard-^ ,lf- ;
Line,'- preferred, at: i 0; 10 Richmond^ Trust ;
1 and Safe: Deposit Company at 15.%:5->O.
! Virginia-Carolina' Chemical., preferred.-; at
131 Vi; 30; Virginia-Carolina : Chemica-:}com-.
mdn,; at 70: 10 Virginia-Carolina Chemical,
common.: at -70.: ''.-;.;': ,!::' : - ; ; .■■■;
.-;"-■ SALES SINCE THE " BOARD. : ,
i "". 15 OOO.Virginia Cehturlesat ;-96V«.;?32 V-Vir-'
irinia-Carollnar Chemleal.'s preferred, at
131^: 7 * Virginia-Carolina .Chemlcal.^pro-;
feri^d,at:i3lV4 : 15 Virginln-Carolina^hem-:.
ical.- af 13114 ;-"S0 Virginia-Carolina^..Choml-.
■cal," common, nt 7p.-- '"-'■' "" _•■*.
GRAirfAXDVcOTTOX KXCHA^GE.^
Richmond, Va., May 2'J, 1902.
■Quotations;: :- Wheat— Lonsberry.;^it>9c.:;
mixed; - 8Sc: ; •; shor tborry^ 89c. : SNo^ rcd^
i3c^^.Vinrinia?bag|lots,-7S?to^cSiCorn^
2 ■ mixed; ■• 4G% • t0.; 4«c. ; .'No." 3 : ' mlxcd,"' : ';4o : to
:NBW; h:
■j.;NEWe,yORK;rMayS26^FI6ur-?-fc)teatlier
and more active: rye flour dull. "_" -'
•X Cornmealf-Firm;*yellow western,? ?l.33.;;;'
; Rye— Firm;VNo^2-vre3tern,vCGc/r; : r •":<"'• ; /
, ' Barleyr-Kominal.
y^Whcat^-SpotKllrm; :^No,'' 2 V : red, ;•:■'■. 575 c .:
iWheatYwas;firm!all;day;-e'xcept:fGr;a'brlef
"clccllncratsthfe"openlng; v due:to*uhsatigfacf
tory cables rand:? large j. world stahiprrients:
Is'ear : months .""were "" especially ii'strphg,^ on
ilight supplies:. Vßpeculative; offerings;; were
Ismail all -day,', indicating-. ari r o versold r ma'r-
Mcctr/a'nd the 'visible '? showed a^big-;. de-"
-:'crease. r :/rh'e : ' close! '"was". firmTat"i4c^',net;ad-
Ivance; Mayjcloscd,SOVie.i^July.^^c.;:Sep
tember, - ;T;; T; Dfeceinber.* 71)%a tf' :. "•:■_ T' " '-."
Corn— Spot Jlrm: Ko;'; 2, 1 Corn v«vas
.' generally. .firm;"''anQ'; advanced -actifeiy.i'air
:day, : ."on : rj ecreaslns : stock3,-=; Higher
and; absence ':of. : aellinjj,?-closiinEr.' : lVic. i pet
\ higher ; .^lay, '- 73 ?i-71 54c— closed ; 71o. ; ; '* July
closed CSIAc. ; Sep tember; 65V^c. ; December, ,
"51%C'.-.; '.;'.- ""•■'■■"' ;'.j' y-i -':■■: ■'' :.':■%":.-. v ; ■
■ .-v Oats— Spot stead y ; .N0."2,"',45^<. N0. " 2,"', 45^<5 4Gc: ; -op
tions generally firm but quiet. "following 1
.COrni- >"'-. '"■* ';"••",': :: ' : .v;. v; 7r -' : 'Kn. : '.:''.■--."-.;. -j"O;*.r.
■; Beef— Firm. ■-' ..-_■
:; Cut-Meats— Quiet; pickled bellies, IO^t)
ioy,c. .'- : " '■'■". - ; -. ■"■""■ •- r ■■'■■■■-■■: ...-;■•".-■•
! 'Lnrd— Steady; v.-estern steamed.. $10.5055)
$10.55; •••: refined steady .;]'} Continent, v>slo.So;
Sou lh American"; $11.50; com pOurid/ 55.75(3 53.
! Pork— Firm; 'family, 'v?l.n.so-g?20.50;---Ehort
clear-"$3S.5!")iJ/?2.1 ; mess, $IS®?l^:sO. '-.■•■ - : ? " :* '
•Tallow— lrregular; '"• city,' C^e.'; '■■•■' country
(package frov'/GTiifMC.;^""- ■-■ V : J ; .
"Rosin— Steady; strained, '-common to !
kood;",?l's7^|l.fiO. ,""-'"" "
. .Turpentine—l'Mnn*. -.;■ ! . -""
■; Rice— Steady:.-.:"- -.:-.■• ■<•:;•:--- - — -■- ;-,"..
- -"'! Suyar— Steady; ■ fair :refinins-. 2?3C.; cer.-.
_trifugal :(56-desree'-tcEt): (56-desree'-tcEt), 7.'7 .' 3 J-ISc; refined
steady. .. • •.'-'■'. : ".. ' ' '
Coffee— Spot .Rio- steady; No. .7 : invoice, .
I E^ic.:, mild' quiet:" Cordova, [email protected]%c:': The
! coffee'markcticpened steady and .10 to 05
1 points?; higher, on ; active :J cove-ring I,',1 ,', some
iforcig-n buying-.vand: good supp'vrt'by coir. r '
i mission Ihuying.;: ln the" afternoon there
was- a. lull' in- the outside .buyhur.': and
prices ' lost: a "portion 'of ■ thu. forenoon im
provement. The market-yvas finally/ steady,
and net ur.ehnnged • to/ 5- points higher.
Total Vsales.'v'-IS.OOO baer"-:. : '. - ■
, IButter— Firmer; ■■•■ creamery,' 2G^T.22YiC.;
State:dairy:.lSii.&22c. .. . ... ... ....._—-,..
Cheese— -Weak and lower; new State,
'full cr<?ain. : small," colored, choice, 10% c .;
White-, ,10-y-c- -. - - • .-..••
Eggs— Strong;. State and Pennsylvania,
ny/a.lSc: southern," l-i?ilsc; : ■;-.
' ; Potatoes— Weak; Sffite, and western.
51.75: southern-prime, barrel," [email protected]; Jersey'
sweets,' barrel, .?2.soff3sr ■■'■ : .-:'•
; Peanuts— Firm; fa Hoy. hand-picked, 4->4c;
"other domestic. Zii'V/iv.. "■ ' " "' -
.-' Cabbage— Weak; Florida,^barrel .crate,
50c<?/?1. .....". .„- . • • --
Cotton— By stcamdrlto: Liverpool, 10c.
Cottonseed-Oil— Was; -unchanged ->. and
steady,, with jnodernte demand for prime
summer yellow at io\~>c; prime crude. f>. o.
b. mills, o.7 r fioS"V2C. i^prime summer -.yellow, :
•loViff? JCe. : off summer yellow, -JnfflSVic.r
prime" white",' 45^.: : prime winter' yellow,
•JSJiGyc; prime meal. $25.50Q-52!V nominally.-
CHICAGO PRODUCE MARKET.
CHICAGO, ,';Mny SO.^- Bullish statistics;?
especially bl^rjdf creases in locaT stocks,
and continued small -receipts. --'gave bull
traders good buying incentives to-day, and
fair gains were made in grain prices. Tuly
wheat closoii yy t !f?%r. up: July corn %@%«-
higher, •: nnd J«!y oats -unchanged. Provis
ions, were weak, and closed 'WS lOc. lower.
'-. The" leading futures ranged;as.^follows:
■ . Opening. -Highest.- lowest. Closing.
•Wheat-Xo 2. . . : - : ' ■ '
May "../.. ..73% 74'/ 8 ; 73"-i ,■•: 74
July ...'..'..73V25i% 73*iitiT«4 7.v.s 7 " r 's<?-'"4
Sept.- .. 72%5S 1 / »'--72j4 .72% 72% ■-,-
D<-c. ..73Tii/74 74U - 73% '-. 74- -
Corn — No. .-. ■ "
May ..r.1% 62% (>\% G2%
July ....... .02%, •■'•- G 3'-i 02V1 ::G3- <$&
Sept.. ..:... GOvs CO-ls CO 60 ,%'
Oats— No. 2. • " ..'* 1 ;^ ;
May ........ AZ\i A 2V 2 --^ i,.\
July (01d).. 35% ' :3: 35 1 / - 35% ■". Tj^'fJ
July (new). 37% oiVz'UYs 37% - 37%.!,,,
Sep: (o!d)..2r.Vfc : - -2PV& ' 20 *■ '•■-£!)-■ mk~
Sep. (new).3o%':.v 50 : : i 30% 30%@?4
Mess 'Pork— Per Bbl. •
July ....'.517.00" " ?17.02Vi: 516.90 ?16.97',^
Sept. ....$37.10 ?17.15 517.05... $17.12 Vi
• Lard— Por ,100 Lbs. "
Juiy .....$10.15- 510.13 510.10 f10.12^
Sept. :...$10.17»^ 510.17/2- : $10.12^. 510.15
Short Ribs— Per 100 Lbs.
July' .."..-. .5D.57ia ■ ?i).60 ..■.';. ' f9.52»/, ?9.55
SepV : -..'i.-.^OHJO -•• ~ • $9.55 :. $!'.57 !^
Cash i quotations ■ were' as ;•" follows:-
Flour I steady. -„. No.' 3 spring .wheat,
73 ; Jic. ; • No. '2 red, Sl c. No. 2-. oats,
■!3S'43>£c. : - No. 2 white, "' 44M.<ft45Vic. ;
No. 3 white, 41 Jr-H^c. "No.-2 rye.-OOc; Fair
to choice malting barley. 70(fi72c. • No. : 1
llax'seed. '§1:53; No. 1 Northwestern, .SI.7G.
Prime timothy seed. -5R.3051-SC.3s.". 'Mess pork,
per barrel, $lfU'qJrslo.9s.- "L"ard, r per' 100
pounds; " ?10.10(a $10.-12^ :'-.-.- --shore— ribi: sides :
(loose), $9.G0f(5!).70; dry-salted shoulders
(boxed). $5.1i.55.25: short, clear sides, (box.ed),t
[email protected]~ Whiskey.; basis of high 'wines,!
$1.30. Clover, contract grade, ?S.3s. \,£>n' the
Produce. Exchange to-day the butter.-mar
ket'was steady;. creameries, lSS"2l'ic^;dal- j
ries, 17\!.fil'Jc.: Cheese heavy at Il%<gi2vic.
Eggs -firm; fresh, [email protected] l ,4C. . .-•"-;
' 'BALTIMORE PRODUCE JIARKET."
BALTIMORE., May 26.— Flour— Steady;
winter . extra,: ?3.15i5;?3.40; Avinter; clear,
?3.55fi?3.75...,. ! - '.^-. :'"■ . , :'.: '.
AVheat — Firmer; . spot, contract, " and
May"- 7fl l / j>.'s'7fl"~ic.'; southern, by sample, 77®
£s:ic. "-- '-. ' " ..-.- -
' Corn— Strong; spot, C7^c. bid; May, '6S%c.
asked; asked; southern white corn; 6S l />(®
C9C. •: ■ ' :•-'. ■■?.; ■ ■"; ;>-. -■ . . .-" '."" i
Oats— Dull and easy; No, 2 white, [email protected]
50c.:- .- .- . ' '•"■■■ - ' ". - ■'■
Rye— Quiet; No; 2, Gog6lc» " -"...-
Butter — Firm and unchanged; fancy imi
tation. 205721 c .; fancy. creamery, 23c. ;
(Eggs— Firm and unchanged ; 'fresh, [email protected]
iT'ic: . :- '■■ * ■■• - . - :
Cheese— Large, 11%@12c; .small, 12^4®'
12% c. " / . .-• '•-■ .
■Sugar— Firm and unchanged; fine and
coarse granulated; $4.71 V«. ; ■ I
THE LIVE-STOCK:. MARKETS.
■'EAST. BUFFALO. N. ,.Y... ,May_2li.^Cat2
tie— Receipts,- 3.^00^ head; good, [email protected]".
higher; common steady; prime f=teers.s7Js
Gj§i.2s: choice. 1,200 to 1,-lflO pounds." [email protected]
• $7;! choice heifers.. $i>&:s<j.2a; ■/ springers,
steady; choice/ [email protected]; ,'lair to good. '5:5©
545. : ■ -■ . ■ ' ". ' ' - , , ■ ■ -
Veals— Receipts, _ 1.000 head; market
ct-nng; tops, §7(ii s7.2T>; fair to good. ?6Q)
5G.50. ;"- - :..- . , .' :-:
i togs— Receipts, 15.700. head; Yorker
.weights, 10tf?35c. ; lower; others steady:;
honvy. ?J.0%57.40: mixed. 57,20®57.30. ,;.".. :
Sheep and Lambs— Receipts. 20.C0O'head; T
market slow and dull; top -lambs, JG.sOt?
?7; fair to 7 good. 'SG.SufiSGiTcr; sheen, mixed
tops. ?sQ?3.i o;_ fair, to good, ?l:£C!3fs.-*'- *~""""
■..-NEW YORK. May 2C— Beeves— Receipts.
3.450 -head; steers steady to. ]oc, lower:
bulls and cows jrenerally steady; fatrcows
firm ; .! steers. Ss.uoffis7.3s; oxen .and slags.
?. r )Ji?S.SO: bulls. ?;{.50®55.70; cows, [email protected]'J; .
cables steady: exports to-morrow. 750 head
r-"t>'r>. i;O4Q head sheep, ;and: 2,040 quarters :
of beef, "-y ■ - .-"r -'■■■. \' -.:-■:•■:.■■■
O;ti\"t:s— Receipts, (i.254 head; market ac
; tive; veals, . 25 to SOc. higher; veals. 55ffjP
!s7.*is; little carves.. s4;icull veals, ?4.50Q?i.^5;:
city dressed veals. SVfSJllc: per pound: : ;
Sheep and Lambs— Receipts/ 11,011 head:
sheep and yearlings. 35(a75e. off; " good
spring lambs 'steady; - sheep, all cllppe't".
$3r<iss; culls, : [email protected]?2.75; .:. yearlings,; all
clipped. :: $4.iW7?i;.50; culls. : : ; JSsi'sl: v spring
lambs, ? t;.00!a?5.25 ; ' by the, head.-.52.505 55..5(». '
Hoss— Kpeeipts, 9.53S head; market wetik
at ?6.55(5?7.c>5 r £or th* 1 * ..whole range. •• --•
-CHICAGO. May. 2ts.— Cattle— Receipts.
2.1007 head, .including 10,000 head - Texans;
10 to 15c. 'lower;' good to prime steers,; [email protected]
S7.GO; poor Co medium. [email protected]; stockers
and feeders, '[email protected] 1" 5 cows. .Si;6OJs^?.;
heifers. .-> 52.50-g'SG.2s ; ■:• cannons. " ?1.50(rT52.u0; 1
bulls, calves. : [email protected];-Texas
fed"steers^":ss.4o(&SG.so. - " • ; r ' • . „-'"
I' :llogs— Receipts; to-day. -JG.OOO . head; to
| morrow, 22,000 head; left over, 7.50Q head;
! market' slow to : 10 :to 15c. "• ..lower.jr-xnixtjij;
butchers, ?G.50<?7?7.10; good to choice heavy, l
! $7- i7.15;- rough,-: heavy, ~s's.SO2?sG.!>G;liSinr
i's6.so(J?so.oo;'.!bulk of sales, $ti.SO^/ ?7.05. ';.• :
Sheep— Receipts,' ,10,000 : -head;; ."market'
"steady .to strong for; good lambs; .- good .' to
■ choice- wethers. I ' Ss.sofisG.3Q; -.western sheep.
$5.25^5(1.30: native Uambs. ; clipped, $55§6.7fi.;
western lambs,' [email protected] ; :-, curing lambs;
?7 40._ .
- May 24— Calves— We
quote: ;i: Strictly^. choice,"; fat veals,- :- per ;
pound, 7c; good veal.' per :pound,'G l ,s!g694c;;
poor to good." per head.' ${sl's]2. :' .":
'-■:■/■ Lambs "and N Sheep-^Quoto -as: "follows::
Spring 7; lambs, choice »• fat:'> :-l&7\t>c'.'^ ■--■. per
pound ; : poor," thi n; ■'■'_ or ; heavy.' [email protected]^2C; ; per :
pound ; - sheep.> per : . r pound,;., fat,- .'[email protected]:;-.
good;perhcad. $3^53.50; inferior, per head,;|
$i:so3is2; old?bucks. per .pound, [email protected] J ,3C. K .'|SS;
:to: quality' and weight; ; ■■•7 .■"'. ■„». ■...;-r. ; -j- .;•; .--^;|
'•-■ ClNClNNATloMayrStJ^Hogs^Acttve:^ -
' Cattle^-Active and higher at ?2.5Qff?5G.80.1. *
':'■■ ; Sheep— Dull ? andi lower* aV< s2.soff s4.7s. ? v
■ Lambs— Dull-rand' lower iat "?3.50!g;55.60.^ 'i
; EAST^LIBERTY; ': PAJ. May ; : 2G;- Cattle-?
• Higher; > choi pjpgffilßQjgSfcSQ: \ gp_6d;:s3iJt!s6.7s. .v §
iiaiogs— Lower ; c_ pVime^ hea vy;~ hogs;? $7 [email protected]
S7 30 "^ best '• mediums/- $7(?J57.G5 ; | heavvi'York- '.
; ers s:s6.Soai?o-85i5HEht^Yorkers.'' [email protected];si [email protected]; s
> /55..
- - Sh eep— Lower ; v prime >. wethors/K $5(5?|5.10 ; j
cullsS? nnd $ conimon.'i S2^S3; " choice f lambs;
?'S.SOS?G-'w;; yea' ; : calves.-- $7(5 57.50. ; . ;;■<£>&£.
P^E^-Tliß i COTTON iMAJRKWr^SmBm
lOlEßFlGflliii
.(Established 1833);
MEMBERS N. Y. STOCK EXCHANGE
MEMBERS if. Y. COTTON EXCHANGE;
PMBOIPALiIUKETS. 1 /
{nvesfitießit -'Serurifisis
A SPECIALT ;
Spot;, > moderate --business; k. prices un--
; changed ; -"Anie.rican c mitldling i : r ; si,d; - ; : The
salos-of.the uay^were. B,o)o baie&. of .which
2.000 ;■ bal es • were'" for r specu iation ■; and ■;■ ex- ;
port; and included ;•' 6,7oo 'bales: 'Americun:
Receipts,:. "45,000 "..bales,. Including 33,40*
bales rAmerleSn. :":■-: ; -■--" •"•■/'•■:•.-.-..-■.""•■ ."'- ; :
- Futures. opened steady and closed ban*'
ly steady.- American^middling, good-ordi
nary.^ clause. - ■Mny ; r -i [email protected] (>2-G4d; ; ■'May.
and *-Ju'ne,';-:4:59-G4ii!4 fiO-ind.': :: 'buyers: ' Jim■ '■
andi July^ 4 SS-G4d..-:buyere;. Julv^and-Au-""
; gust, 4"57-'j'-ld.; '■• buyers : .August" and ;. ; Sep -.•
tember, 4 51-(iJ.(O4 52.-C-Kl.;, sellers; September
and :October.-434 4 -04d:;:.October .; -anrlvNo-
Tember, .4 kG-iHcl.', buyers ;. .Koverober;- and
December, 4 -2.T-i>id.. "pellers; .Deceniber and-
January, 4 21-o l(j[i>i 22-(J4d.', sellers./- .-.< ;t.; t . ■',
;-. .NEW C TORIC May .26.'. 26.'— Cotton— Quiot
and; steady; middling. !' 9.-lCc. ;:net ; : receipts,!
25 -bales;* gross 'receipts, 3,053' bales; "sales,
3,955 bales; stock, l£a,'44Q;baies."- " ' . '.-..:.
Totals to-day. ".(/ill; United States ports):
Net receipts, ..: 1,051 v bales; /"/Exports— To
Great Britain,. 300 "bales; -to -the Conti-.
neiH, 10 bales;, stock; .4(ii;511 bales. "'' .- !
Consolidated, (all United". 3tn tea ports):
Net receipts; : 3.533 .bales;: Exports — To
Great; Britain, Z'jQ bales; to the. Cont'.
• nunt.' Ill" bales* -'/ ",'•-'. . - ■ ~ ■ ■■: -
''".Totals'" -'since .September: Ist fall United
States ports) :" Net receipts. 7.357,442 bales,
'Exports— To; Great : 'Brita in;.- 2,035.4.fi5" : ba lea:
to Frunct};.GS9,u(J3" bales;' to.tno; Continent,
2,C03.«i5 bales. . . ,
Cotton futures opened steady at the de
cline and- closed -ciuict. - - \ -.■
■ " •■■ ■•-■•■--^ 'Opening. Closing.
"May- ..........: ....'...:..'9.in ■ n.12 ■
June ........... : ".. !).0S 9.03.
July ..:.....:............ 5.07 . '8.P2
August ..;...; ..:..;. 8.67 . S.t>2
September. S.OS S.CS
. 'October .......... 7.92 7.91
November 7.80; 7.51 .
: ..December ........ ; 7.52.; 7.50
January ...7.84 ■ 7.50
..■.-February ........ ....._. ..7.51 7.5
' March" foffored) ......:. 7 :»3.' ..".".. ;
Cotton— Spot "closed, quiet and steady:
middling uplands, !• 0-1 fie. ;■ middling" Gulf.
91 3-K>c; sa !os. :;.Hr.") bnies. ' ; '
... .: The : cotton market opened steady, With
priccsll.^t.o.-a.iiioiiUs- lower, -and ..continued
to ease off afrer.thi- call, und-:- strag
glin" stilt-s: by cominissinn hrjuses. and ah-"
sence of .speculative support.. Wn 11 •; Street
bear.- interests were <iuiot ' .sellers ; ofvihe
summer months, and tne foreign business
went, to the short sidf. . Local -nrbitragc
houses bought the Dcftr months here, but
sold freelj- In Livoi pvoK w;using thai
markf-t: to; wrnken rapidly. ;:i'ter at one
time being tirrn ami 2 to 3 pi>ints. highei "'
on the near rnonth.s. The receipts at l:\fl
ports and". interior .towns w.-re light,, and
the southern. s;.»it niarkot -lepurta told of
firmly hold cotton. Yet these 1 influences
v/ere .counteracted by, spluridid crop ht/c!
weui her: conditions ovei-- the entire belt
In the afternoon there was; si' report that,
millions of. grasshuppers. were : attacking
the plant in' Texas. and this sent prices,
up: some" 5 points; "all of which was soon
lost,- however.- in- the absence of -substan
tial :-support from the commission, houses v.
The whole trend' of loesl sentiment seem
ed to favor lower "prifes, and euch slight
iidv.inoe was . used by the boars as :an
opportunity, for puttiiig out; short cotton,
while spurts of iii'iuldatlon' by " public
lotigs ..wore ' taken artvtuitage of to cover:
The, market: was listless and unsatisfac
tory most of the day, with the total snl^ss
estimated at." not over 75.0U0? bales: Every
thing" in 'the way of statistics was bullish:
and the .fact seemed to have been dfs
counted. The market was -finally. "quiet,
and -net 3 to lie. low';r.
NEW ORLEANS, May 26.— Cotton fu
tures- steady,. May nominal; July,: 9.19
bid; July. !).2S<ftn.29; August, S.fiS^S.69; Sen
tember. S.10{38.11 : October,- 7.7fi!&7.??;: No
vember. 7.CT)ffiT.('7;.-" December," 7.6i>@7.1i7,-
January. ■7.f»[email protected] -' : "'
Spot" cotton quotations unchnnged. The
market for contract furnished something
of a surprise to the talent to-day, when
the ;conlidently-expected rise at -Liverpool
failed to : materialize, but instead the:mar
ket .went off from 1 to 4-64 points. New
York, was also 7 to 12 points lower. ; ; Lo
cally," prices? which "opened "very ■ neat Sat
urday's range sagged steadily. The prices
on the long side -were, as a -rule, encour
aged-by light -receipts. After-unimport-;
ant the market! at -the cloeo'
showed-net- losses of -7. to S^points on * the
near, months/including September, and 2
to 3 points on the more distant positions. ;- :
NAVAL-STORE MARKETS. .
- WILMINGTON, N. C, May 2G.— Spirits
Turpentine— Nothing -doing; receipts, .50
casks.- --- - -— -- - ■•..-■- -'•'
Rosin— Firm at [email protected];- receipts, 171
casks. - ' ".' ■- . ..:: ■'..-: '••■■.
:Crude Turpentine-^Firm- at $1.40, $2.50,"
and $2.60; receipts,' l9l barrels.
Tar— Firm at $1.33; receipts, 10G barrels.
. SAVANNAH," G A.. May. 2G.—Turpen
tine— Firm at 451ic.: receipts, 1.004 casks;
sales. 5G4 casks ; exports, G34 casks:
' Rosin— Firm; receipts, ' 2,924 ' barrels;
sales,. "l,22l. barrels; exports, ,4,CG9 barrels.
Quote:"A, B. C, and D, 51.20; *E,. $1.25;' F,
$1.30; G, $1.35;; H. $1.55; -I, 1 51.95: K. ?2.45; M;
§2. 50-". N.r§3.25; window-glass, ?3.55; :water ■•.
white. 53.G5: : ■ ' . . - ' '
CHARLESTON, S. C./.May 26.—Turpen
tine and Rosin— Unchanged. ■ ■ -••■-.
NEW YORK DRY-GOODS MARKET.
- NEW: YORK,! May 2G.— A, quiet demand
has been -reported to-day in : all lines >. of
cotton goods'.in this -market. There- is -no
pressure to sell.'and prices are unchanged.'
Print-cloths are^inactive in; all. counts,
without change in:price. Cotton hosiery^is
in moderate ; demand, but : knit underwear
is slow. ' v "' ' * ''".,*
MARIXB IXTEL.HGEXCE.
PORT OFRICmiOND, MAY- 26, 1902.
. ■:,:.., .ARRIVED.- .•.-'■ ;"
Steamer Brandon, ; Rhodes, Norfolk;
merchandise : and passengers;: Old Domin
ion 'Line.' . ;"'. " ' :-■■-■-; ■ ■ ."• .' •.'.:■.
. Steamer Yemassee.O'Neil. Philadelphia,
Pa., merchandise and passengers; Clyde
Line.;' : --«--' -■:-•■- ; >,-.., . - ..
" ; . ; ; SAILED.
Steamer: Pocahontas, Craves, ■ James-
river, landings and. Norfolk,, merchandiso!
and. passengers; Virginia Navigation Com
pany.' ■ ' . "'.'". . ■"-. '. -' ■ ■' '..'" •.-.'.■:. ; : .■..•";:"
;Steamer " Old Point Comfort, "Bagnell,"
Norfolk, light ; ; Virginia , Navigation Com-r ;
pany. . -.' ■ - ;.-" " 7 •' ■'.".;■■:" '':._.< .">'■'."". ';-"7~.:'
Steamer Brandon. Rhodes, James-river
landings and. Norfolk, merchandise/and
passengers; Old Dominion Line.; : ; ;
MRS. LAXGHORXB ENTERTAIXS.
Delightfnl Occasion at Greenwood—
■ Sirs. Clius. Dana Gibson Honored.
' .' GREENWOOD, .VAi, May 2G.— (Special.)
Mrs. • Chiswell Dabney.Langhorne enter
tained last" Thursday "at r Mlrndor, . Green
woou. Va./in compliment, to -Mrs. Charles
Dana'Gibson. " v>>— •:■•-■;: :~* '—- : ?- : ., " -.--,
• Mirndorris an ideal Virginia home; every
comfort i and sbeautys beauty - -.of • oldeni. times :'; ro-'j
j mains* there, .'and -no '. convenience r or; aes
i Uhetic effect of : modern -times Is-- found
- waiting. : >" ;-■-" ' „-"• ; '".*••; •■- - : '\ -'■■■■ '■■''■■'•:■ .-;■ "$s •-'.--. ••■
'■'.Th'eispaclous grounds, with the- beautiful.
'. ,1a wn,'v: : rare. ;flowe_rs,r.magnificent¥>; forest"
trees,: and: rnountajni-lni-tfie;dlstance.-are'
: a;T)erfect delight. „'A%hundred guests'from
| Albemarle were/present.'TMrs. "Ijahghorno
received ■'-:': with '•-■•■ the '. gentle vgraeiotisness;
that 1 characterizes "her. ■ She r was bassist-.'';
ed Vby Mrs.' Gibson. : whose grace ?, and
charm' crowned r a? perfect ;-■ social "'occasion.'
- A ; delicious ' collation' was ■, served'?: irr.' the :
afternoun, :>Mrs;'F. D." iOwxloy,:, presided;
rafthe:pun"ch=bowl. c : Some of thosespresent;
were Mr/;andiMrs.' Winiam;Blrd/Rarrioni :
Mr: ' nnd •"' Mrs.-. Samu el ." "Eurcell,^ Dr.?" and :
Mrs. - Onclay; Mrs.*-" 'Shirty/? Mr.'-s and" Mi's.";
:Howard;SDinwiddie,iMr.-and' Mrs.iiJohnj
, ; Dayis, - Mr. S and Mrs. iMi eh 5 c,*, Mr' and; Mrs.*:
; George T3.~: Purvis. ": Mrs. vSemmes, .Miesos
iPurvis.,:Mr.Vßouldin. ! ?Mlssi ; Dorothy ; Early f 'r
MrJ-and Mrs.'Pairiter.^MrnandMrsi'Small.s
r-Mr.r 1 and^Mrs." -:" William
•Woods. JMrs.'"RobertsHenderson,'i Mrs:? Jo-.:
seph PeFKins.lJMiss^JanlebPerkins.'oMiss;
-Woolhough/iMiss'-Hobarton^Mr.'; andlMrs.l
Russell,^ Mrs.~" Moon:' Mrs.'j-GardlnGr.ftMr.*!
Pnrcell. McCea;'.pr,>Waylancl,'Mr: Snowdejv
AVoodr ; Mr. "I.earnedSWdodr^Mr:^ Rupert;
Woolriough. : Miss'-Ma.ttiafPalnter.^Misa';
ijTurnhullriMr.'* and rMrs.'^'auter;* Miss »VauS
;ter;ysMr^ and s> Mrs.!? Charles S?Prlce^: Miss;
'Priced Miss f-Maryi Cabell.iSMr.g and?f Mrs*
feWirate)>^Mr4;ands]U?^^i®^^fi^ftncy
-Mrs:-rJtxcHenrv 1 2;Mr.9?and «Mrg.^ Gbodloe.«
'Atr"sandTMrß.?WnHam".Rhodeß*iMp«aand!
iafrs/S'Grea vesS Dr.' Sand iMrs.T=Pag6;<l Mrs;-;
;-Armstead!.Thurly,^Mr^Ju]lansCorbetJ,'iMr.i
■ ;l^ckle^Missiand'lMr.Srliobartbrfe&Mr»^i
'Nellie ?TaiPOtt; : -.anu-;Kiafiy:.!ottoer<t . -;'
temifc.' .
/. - •' ~ "-
TKEtfJ C.*PT|fRISS TIID I/ATO3JIA
OERDY, IX EASY FASH
CAMERON- AND- iHYRHEp
— ___ —
These •; the *.-j Only Winning; Pnvbrites
at - Grnrcsend— Fatcbogao. Stakes
:!.. .'tnfeeny-by.-v/tfic^VPbFiaei^Contexid
.Lowers tlie Trac^ltec'orcl;
jCINCINNATJ,:; 3! ; May,: : ! 26.— Harry . .- New,;
;from" the 'stable; of .C"rellisop,\woh ; Jthe"La- :
; ton-la iTDerby'! to-day: in"' easy/ fashloni'-ber
fore a orowd'of ; 10,000 Vpeopie. ':■-- There was:
a big' amount placed "onl Harry, -New; md
all the books quit ; losers ! to the race. .The
;Derbyc. was .devoid bV. any/sensational;tea
■ tu res. V: Otis; who rode: the vwin'ner.taUowe'd
■his r mount!' to 7 ; lag salongrin'ithird'j place ? : till
: the ; 'stretch" was 'reached," and ?.with ; : a" little
.'urging-: the ' colt ;came ■■-• away ■". from ; - the
others, 1 " and ''won"'; byv five : open -lengths.
Souii: Trimble 'landed the place ' handily."
', Summaries :V-i :;•':- ;"■ "■•:•. : : •'■: •-.;■ '
4 First .race— six furlongs— Death (1 t0, 2)
won. Jack RatlinkKS to 1) second; Foneda
i(3 to lj; third.':!:.Time;'l;ls%.: '--rpv-c -! " !'"
: ' Second •race- : -pne".mlle; : selling— Jena ..(ll
to i)* won; .Nels Morris (6 no 1) second;
MasteVful. (s ;to .2)^ third,. Time, l:44;-*-' i -
'-Third., race — flve" furlongs, •" 2-year-olds—
Luralighter, '(7.t0'6) won. : rDeborah'(7'to-5}
seconds Nancy Blake (12 ttbil) third. iTime:'.
1:03%;., v. -, " , r <y ■;;:.: -■.>: :" . ■: , t :■■ , r:;:-:-\
'- Fourth race"— the -.Latonia Derby, -net
va1ue ». 54,390,"' one and: a half, miles— Harry
New (5 to 1) won" •" Sou th * Trimblo (4 t0". 5)
second. Martin Burke (4 to 5) third; Time,
'2:35%.-,-.' ■■--•, .; : \ :-■:./--/: ■••;.:" - '■£ ;- ;"' :
'Fifth race — five furlongs— Sheriff :Bell {4
•too) .-won. Rosanco : (50 • to' 2) . second,'- Bur
.lap (0 to .1) third. ■ Time, 1:03%. -'.: -.
.Sixth ,; race— one mile, -selling—Drurn
mond (9 to 1) won, Chorus Boy -(9 -t0.; 5)
Ferond, 'Audiphone' (4 ,to >l) ■ third... Time,
1:43. T- -; ':--. '" :-■>. !- ■--■ ■:< i: .'"■ "/ :w.'.:r,.;:
■•V GRAVESEND TRACK. ' ■';
NEW -YORK,-' May 2b.— Cameron and
Hyphen f wore •:■ the I only winning: favorites
at Gravesend ■• to-day. . -The. - Patchogue
stakes,- .at- ; about six - furlongs, Twas won
by. Cameron,- i...c favorite," whoi,was mak
ing his first appearance of the year.; Con-*
tend, -'"carrying- - 99 ; -, pounds, - : in» the "; second
race, atone mi le'ancT-a furlong," andmak-;
ing;- all'-the-' running.' lowered. ". the' track,
record: one; second," by coVering"it-;ln;l:52
tlat. " . : " ' ■ " '-.*":
First race— about six furlongs; selling—
Graven- (10 to. 1) won, . Shark (20 to 1)
second. Jim Tully (20 to 1)- third. Tim*,
1:10.2-5. -. ,".- ■' ' • ■'• • '■ :'
Second race— handicap; mile and a fur
long— Contend: (10 to :1): 1) won. Ethics(4 to
1) second, Kamara, (16 to' s) third. Time;
* Third' race^f or 2-year-olds;' five fur
longs—Plater (IS to 5) .won,- Mamie •> Worth
(.15 to' 1) second,". Our Nugget (12 to 1) third."
Time, 1:01 1-5. ~ 1 ' .
' ■'. Fourth -.race— Patchogue stakes;* about
six : furlongs— Cameron (even) won, Bruns
wick (6 to 1) second," Flying Buttress (25
to 5) third. Time r . 1:10. ": - . : .
Fifth : race— mile and a.-sixteenth—Hy
phen (9 to: 10) won, Hermes (4 to- 1) se
cond. Bessie McCarthy (7 to" 1) third.
Time,' I:4G 2-5. " r . .- ! : ! : ; "V-
Sixth race— for maiden 2-year-olds: five,
furlongs— Wild Thyme (8 to 1) won. Brim
stone (10 to 1) second, Cincinnatus (30 ;to
1) third. Time. 1:02;- . :
: — —- * tm . ; - .
XATIOXAL LEAGUE BALL.
I Chicago Defeat* the . St. LiOnlsans—
. • Score, 4 to 2. .- . '
ST. . LOUIS, May 26.— (National.)— St.
Louis closed ' fast ! to-day, ?; but "was "" one
run behind Chicago 'when the game was
over. Score: . . . :- ; "R. H. E:
St. Louis ......V...0 0 0 0.0 3 0 10— 4 8 1
Chicago; :....: ....2 00210 0 0 o—s 10. 4
Batteries:: Murphy, Yerkes, and O'Neil;
Menefee; : Kahoe," und Chance: r*" r 1 "■".r.
Umpire: Mr. O'Day. Time of the game,
1 hour and 37 minutes.-- Attendance, l,2u>J.
POSTPONEMENT. .
Pittsburg-Philadelphia game postponed;
rain:-- - -v' -. - ■--•. -:■:■ ci .'-- ■-•■' .>-..■■■■ y_- '■,■■,
; HOW THE CLUBS STAND.
■ W. L. P.a
Plttsburg ........... 2S 5 ...84S
Chicago 21 10 .U77
New I'o'rkr.V 15 1G „454
Boston 13 15 ':4G4
BrooKiyn .......r.. 12 19 .3SS
Cincinnati ...12 .19 t .3SS
Philadelphia 11 19 .3G7
St. Louis 10 19 .34b
WHERE THEY PLAY TO-DAY.
New York at Boston. .' % . !
" Cincinnati'afPittsburg. ■
■ Chicago at St. ;Louis. - j
Philadelphia at Brooklyn.
THE AMEIUCAN LEAGUE. "
Cleveland Wins from Washlnffton—
'■Score, (J*<o S, *'
WASHINGTON. May 2G.-(American.)-
Cl eveland, by making ; a couple •: of ; oppor- ;
tune hits in;the first inning^ won the game
from "Washington: Score: R. H.-E.
Washington .......0 0000 00 3 o—3 9 1
Cleveland ..........4 00 100010-6 9 0
: Batteries: Orth ■ and- Carke; Wright,
Moore.- and Bemis.: „ ; ■ -.:-".
' Umpire r Mr.— Sheriaan: 1 - Time ;of !the
game, 2 hours.- Attendance, '- 3,115. •""■ :
■■ ! * CHICAGO,. B; BALTIMORE, 3.
BALTIMORE, May '2G.— (American.)—
Fielding- "errors •'•': behind HowelT -lost •■' the
first -game~of- the series 'here -to-day for
the Baltimore (American League) club to
the Chicagosr Score: -" - :• —^^-RrHrET
Baltimore .........0 02010 0 0 o—3 7 5
Chicag0". ......... .1 10 200 4 0 0-=-'S' 12 T
-Batteries: Howell and Robinson; Garvln
and McFarland.-;. . :.;'.. ■; J -••";/ ' :
■:-■■'■'■ Umpires :•'- Messrs. \-arruthers and
O'Laughlin. !- Time-of the -game, 2 hours..
Attendance, 3,035. - -. - ~
; . ST. LOUIS: 3; BOSTON, 0. .
BOSTON, ' May 26.— (American.)— SJ.
I Louis outplayedv Boston in -every respect
to-day. A running catch by Stahl arid
Powell's "pitching, , were the- features.
Score: — .".._..■:...-. -■ :--.-.-.-......:- R.H.E.:
Boston .........0 000 00 0 00—04 3
St:.: Louis . ....... .'.O 2 10 0 0 0 0 o—3 ."S: ."•*
I Batteries: rDineen., and -Warner;;; Powell
t - and ' Sugden. - ' % -- •■- .*.••:'.; • ' '..■".■ ;": v ' r
Umpire:.,.Mr. Johnstone., Time, of the.:
i game," I : hour anu- 32 'minutes. Attendance, 7 .!
3.541. ■ , „ - -. ' -, .- -
DETROIT, C; PHILADELPHIA, 8. I
! ; PHILADELPHIA, May "26.— (American.) I
'.Detroit played ,; a :hard-iuprhill-game..to-. I
daj', and a batting Orally -in the last in- I
ning- almost enabled the visitors to tie the
score."". Score: 7 - ':•';.* "'.; ■' .. ■*■.:: -R. H.'.Ei';
Detroit :.~.:: ......0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 3—; 6 13: 4
Philadelphia- ::;.r.O 0.4 0.0 0 4 0.*— .8 9 : 3
Batteries: , Miller .and McGuire;:.Wlltz :
and' Powers ."■-.■"■. : ; ■,■-■■' .'.-;-;/• ::■:
',; Umpire:' , Mr. Connoll. Time of ! the
game; 2 hours and 10 minutes. Attend
ance, 2,450.; v .: ■;, .: ' - -- ■*'.''
Xorth Carolina. I,eajju«.
. Charlotte, 7; Raleigh. 2.
: Greensboro', G; 2.
New Berne, J 2:Wilmington,--l.
" : .'-'./' \ .-.-' .,-. .•:***** . ...*. _; ;'■'-'.. .. ; : _ ' '. ' -
". ' ' ''.'Southern ' Xeiisue..
~ : Atlanta; 7; Little Rock.' 4. •
- ; Nashville,:; s ;.Shreveport, 3." . . .
-ißlrmihgham. 8; Memphis.\3. .
'Chattanooga, Of- NewtOrleans, 7. - - -
•■■-■■ ■Eaateni" liCnKme. ; : , "
Jersey City. 8: Worcester, 5. . -
.Toronto, 2; Buffalo, 12., ' '-
' '■■-■•■ Newark. 7; Providence, 8.
-.Rochester-Montreal;.; ...game ' postponed;
raln?:^'*:* T'V'-~~~''~':'.- "".' "'*: : '"^. .. "" ":"'."_!'■•
■■■■'.■•->'■■■:■:■ ;: CoHegre Games. ...-■- ."
Yale; 9; Georgetown. 4; six innings; rain.'
•-- ■ .-.-.-.- ;_;,- ■; yz-^. — — —.m &* ' — -~'\ .\~.~J_ , .'• ■ '. - ■:;.'
>"-■'•: GAYXpR-GRiEEMS PJETITIOXS.
Argument Thereon 'Contlnned Until
-•■•' ■■ Thursday. Next. ..' .- <
QUEBEC, May 26.— When the petitions
of r. Colonel' Gaynbr^andy Captain? Greeno.'
for 'the 'issuing 1 of twrits^ofr/certlorari.--. to
havoSthe? proceedings vinvMontrealVtrans
ferred"to Quebecrcameup 1 to-day in chami'
bers."and rJudse'Mndrews.Sonrfapplicatlori
of 3lr.* Stuart, foritheprosecution; I , ordered
; thatrnotieesrrof;: said beiiyiven ?to
Magistrate r La ;FpritairiG,Tof 'MontrealffAr
gument? thereupon wax -continued?* until
Thursday next. _ . "
T RICHMOND AUTO TO RUN.
f ■ ■ ■- :: — • _ .
It. W. Coffee & Bonn Enter a Machine
| isNETV' .Ylr&lC. May C 6.~ (Special.)™
\
I •lmndred-mlle;endurance;race:ofithepA:uto.-5
' mobile^Club; of f Anxeric*iU*fon'* j ;'lfoiotßicn^
''•W'rirS't'- "■ ■' • .-'•'/■^ '.' ''■'■<■■- "■"--•^•:--:.-;--:.L".--- : i~/:«^'^"?::^---'' I gP"-'-- 'j'^ % /M^3^^'o^SM
> ...of Riehmonil^S
5 HIT I: lain St. Mat to Hotel LtHaUdft ; -'■ -^ :
? I THE IHSTITUTIOH FOR THE PEOPLE, j
i C Deposits in sums or OJtfß DOTJ^AliyjfliTrP (TARDS RBfEIVSDt ASB KTWJSTiSC^
W->. ALLOW ED. " Loans made on KO4I Estate." Nocottable pnper discounted.' * " . . i
PTtilideoC 3 Cl MORRIS, Vlce-f¥Mid«it I J^S |
-5; ■'■■"'■ DIRECTORS^George L.^^ Chris^in^N. D. Hargfbr^P^WTiltloclf^F.'Sitterdlaz, B. f
f^Tlieodore Ellyson, H; Seldon Taylor;^?!.' 3. Zimm«iaw^O^CyOw«B»;B. Altop.joha ;-- jg >
f^ G.G:V«lenfc«: ' ' ■ ,
■ ■•'■--. ■•.■"■• '■--' ■ '.; ; -- : "<■ ■„--■"■ .-•'■:■,•"■. -^j»Tu.»'*auo- - • -*;_ . / ....
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' ' ' ' / " '.-. . ■
Metropolitan 3ank of Virginia. |
Corner TentH'and Main Sts., Richmond. Va. - ' fj£
PAID-UP CAPITAL AMD ASSETS OVER HALF MILLION DOLLARS. .' .
•'■■ -.. .'•■"■.'"■-.:.■. .:-t^ -w'LUCIEISr'Bj:TATUM, : : President/ : "" : \ - "' JH^v
HENRY L. CABELL, Vice-Pre>idcnt. - I HENRTAr WILLIAMS; Cwlkf. ;
: ??:s&:£ DIRECTORS: "-..-,,- V * m
• x- -Thos. Ni Carter^ Henry^ ||
Williams] A. r ' tVon l RosenegkV- Lucien;^B. : c
Cf^n^^has; B; Q
Depositors furnished every 'accommodation consistent with ;•;
safe banking.- * . ! '""I
■ J SAyiNGS';X)EPARTMENT a sfjccialty. Deposits of $i f*%
.and upward received, and interest allovved. - ; ; ?..
•- . .-. . '.. , ..ii.^:>. :;.,::.. ,(aiyC r Tu. ,:f,&Bu.) r-"^;r -"^; ~- ; -"'■■■ -- K r ■ ■ ~ '- ?^'-:':~ : y~T: 0i
. .... ■ . rjualil^t • f>n- - ■■ "- ■' ■ -<■«---■---•* :■ ..--./ ' .". '■- '.; '-**!~*"~~~*•"-"*"*'■"■! ~*"~~~ *•"-"*"*'■"■ .-■ '-'■ -■■' ■'■-•'■'■'■'•■ A ,«'ii«i
KAMERIGANi;N^P^AL : BA^K.s %
DEPOSITORY^TTNITED STATES, STATE OF VIBOIOTA ; AITO CITY OP BIQBMQXp.
oapiM - - $300,000.00 1
-.-•'.wri.IJAHC.'OAMJP, Manager Savings DepMtmen^ ''..l^^- _ "!; %£
DIHECTORS-^William i C; Camp, ! Willian 'J, Payne. 'Xeon '-L: ,Str*^^ Em ?^,^*- £V
ton Oliver J;. Sands, Philip .Whitlock;^.^., ;McCoinl) r Chas. E. Wtago, James B.
G^^ E :^P^D':|^riSS*D^o S iTORs; e^^ ||
Vgo^l^nWn^Fr^ smallest, saving, -to .large.t- commercial • co » tt^«^^'« l^ - _
I ! vorablo terms.': -^ ;;;..:, ', ! ' :.;..:■: ■.. "; - ...-■■ ■:,.■ , ..;.„. ..■.....,. .'■- .^gr^^^gxgg^zrcg^ ;~ t \
ROBERT LEE TRAYLOR, ||
■ ■ V "'-pSURANCE, ■■.;.. :
. BELL 3077— LONG DISTANCE 'PHONES— 229 RICHMOND.. *. - ' . /
■SUCCESSOR TO INS: DEPTi-VIRGINIA TRUST CO., 1200 "E: WAIN STRE*iT t RICHMOND^ Va. : jg
THE NATION! BANK OF VIRMNIA; |
. ' -'united ;.; states and "■'state depository. . " '
: CAPITAL, $500,000. ' •\\
W. MrHABtESTON, President. - -->-
T* K. SANDS. Caahier: O.' • S. MORTON, Assistant Cashier. -
' ' "~*~' T .""'' ' - ; DiaECTORS. -■- ■ . ; ' : r P r...*t, '■> „. ,
ACCOUNTS SOLICITED. ';:'■* . ; ''■■^ " ' -
Interest Paid on Deposit In Savings Department and .on Certificates of De- ;;^ r '
Posit.- -tetter OF CREDIT. FOKEIGN EXCHANGE. ,\ „ .;•= "J
WB DRAW^IoWN^RAFTS ON, LONDON AND THE CONTINENT.^.
-''". „ . ... ' . -J ., — ' - - (my 2-SuiWTu&Th) : •' - :: -"■■'_ ';. : !'
" "' " ' THE
First National Baink
! OF RICHMOND, VA,
United Siatesi Staje, and
: Glfy Depository .
CAPITAL AHD PROFITS OVER
QHEMIUIOH DOLLARS.
'"Deposit accounts ;of corporations, firms,
individuals, banks, and tankers received
0n Collection "aad telegraphic transfers of
money made on all points; - • _ . : .: .
■ Travellers' -"and" Commercial Letters .of
Credit issued, available in all parts of the
world: International Cheques. . . _
'--.United-States Bonds, Foreign and Domes-.
; tic Exchange bought and BO id.
INTEREST?' PAiI)''ON 'TIME DEPOSITS
BY" AGREEMENT. '
ap 29-Tu&J"ri
close^^ was accepted. l ,The ■ entry is opk-
The men who wi.l rhandle it are not "men
tioned Seventeen entries | are foreign te*j
chines. Mrs. Howard Gould is the, only
woman entering. '- -. ..-'■.■■■■.■.■.
IN * THE 'CITY COURTS.
Hearing of the Oalleso MlllvCase
* Small Boy 1» the Hn;tiiis».
The hearing. of the case of the, Gallego
Mills vs the city of Richmond .was con
tinued-in the Law and Equity^Courryes
terday. It is .not, expected ithat the. near
ing' of the case will be : concluded before
the end of the^weck. -■ .-'.
Mr S.S. P. Pattuson, attorney for Culr.
vertVand. Fltzpatrick, yesterilay; filed ; a
mechanic's vlien _ for. , 515 C.50 .against g the
Jefferson.Hotel- Company.: The- claim is
for labor ciiid fupplies furnished.
In the Law and Equity Court yesterday
motions tor! judgment -were riled as ffori r
lows :; Joseph Alia rd. -Jr.; vs. James Hart
ly .for; J1,1H>.70.,aml Charle3 Cohn & Co.
vs: J. ;L.; Grimth for J120.20. ' ; - .
Greller" Collins, surviving partner, yes
terday'p'rocured-inUhe City Circuit Court
a judgment:for, i 5634.5-4;u.galnst A.-. W.Car
ter. .. ( l - ' /. '_ .. . : .■■ .. .'. •" : :-:; ; -;
James Eilett,. a small Vrcho
was charged" with breaking; into; the house
of G."W."Taylcrjarid stealins'a watch and
several Uo'ther vartlclesr^was * tried ," In v the
Hustings: Court yeaterday.\The Jurj'- found
him JgulltVi <= and -'would "have: nned r him -15
andJsent, liimV to nhei city; Jail. for twelve
months. Judge Wit(, '--: however,. > decided
that ifwas'besfthatrthe boy. sh'ouldgo'to
"the. s reformatory, and^ ordered^, him to > -be
taken there. '
Clerk!;" Christian^ Issued ; the :? following
"marriage • licenses : yesterday Vi Julian iS.
Binford'< and ■■Ellav'M."-- Chiles;- and ; i'Horace.
B.SByrijett and Mary vEdna=Bran3fleld.V v
: Railway Y. M. C. A. 7.'otea.-\
Dr. Jer.e ■.WlthersDOoh^will . deliver" Jan"
address to the merobera;of: the; Railway
Christian tfAssociatlon'vthls ;
[afternooniat ;3:3Q " o'clock : on the^ subjects
"Life for a" Look." "" , „
fksmz. - - '.-^—.. . "'-liPi!
On Tuesday evening)the Ladies" fAuxM-];
ary;and'the-:Soclal7Commlttee-'bf ttheTaa-:
sociatloriiiwUWglverfaL-^socialitoHrailroadM
(raenfandatheirjfamiliea^ A muslcalipro
sramineihasjbeenfarrangetl. - \ j^jl>sgjM
I^Beginning'rtn' tho flrnt Sunday. In-JTuO^
ithe; i men's S meetings ; of jj theVasspcJatiprii are;
■ to;4besheld^!n?itheiteat^Vwhlchs!s^to>be
detected ffqrj Gospels meetings ■ at ' Twentieth.
JACOB BERR^&CQ.
%r kI- I Consolidated Stock Exchanjo^ '*'"'
Members [ N . V ; Produce Exchange>
• Stocks, Bonds, Grain, Cotton. f il ,
' ESTABLISHED iß6£ * f
:■/"■' "44 BROADWAY, N.Y. .-"-£.
209 .MA1N STREET, DURHAM, N. .C; "^
TELEPHONE 1*0:7. : t~ '•
; Send for market letters and pamphlet- •—►;
Direct wires with the- Postal and Western • ■- "« »<
Union offices ! ensure ! prompt' atteutloa on tr;C*j
telegraphic 'basjness.";-" _ „, . ; ' -'iV
•: . ■]a*3o-Sos,Td&Th'''zy" ; " ' T'"' K ~~?,\.
$7,500 ] ; To L^d at Five
V : per "cent/ on v\,'^"
C AAA j City Property, ;; ! tr
- •- ■■-;•. — J' ' • • ' ' , f ',f
;: McVEIGH &GLINN.
THE STATE BANK"
OF VIRGINIA
Richmond, Va. t ■'-£,
■'■'. '''■_■-■■ '.''.•■."' . """ .•'--.!•'•" "■-/. .'.-'■ '- ;'■•'-* -('
Designated depository for the faads ; : ,; v
of the Commonwealth of ; ' Virginiaand^^,
the City of Richmond. . '" : " .
Capital, - 5500,000.
Surplus, 524p,00j8. |
PresidentiVjOHHcS.rElXETT; -. ;; 1
-' • Cashier; WILLIAM M:;BnJ^^' : —
Alex. Cameron, '; Gran. G. Valentine, * .-.*,
John S. Eliett;' : ■'■■'■: J \me3 D. Crump,^ l^^
Jos.Mi : Fdiuq.uea'n/'J.' : 'L^'Aatrimf :; . ; '' •**'.'
T.crW^am^,^;A^R.'Ellej»oii. " r ; ;ii
—- ■■ : MONEY. ~~ . -.^ ; i
MONEY -TO LEND ON' CITY REAL - -1
"' ! :rESTATE-5 PER CENT. - I .V^"?
my2s-2t --;--T::M:;WORT]EIAM & CO. : '!' ' '
. jlh ■ i
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RICBMOSD, YiL - -:. B
InYestmentSecaritles a Specialty, v:
ft:-;.-..: .-ft--.-- «■"•■- ■-■■■■•■- -7. •'-.■ »-' -T-.'
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