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STOCKS ARE DULLER
coxniTioxs ric the market semi
stagnant .AT .TISIES.
(WAIT TODAY'S CONFERENCE.
p*»irr <*» Know the,R<;*nlt of This
a Ucß'trnl-niiicr tnflaencc on Specn
lAflon—\orfolk and Wciitcra Ad-
T«ncei> •»» Expectattoix of a D!vl
firml. * i : - .
I KEW YORK. October 2.— There was an
ajncreastnu" 'tendency toward dullness in
atthei stock market to-day, and the condi-
Stions became s=emi-stagnant at times.
frher« was an 'obvious readiness, backed
Ifey powerful resources, to support the
imarkot at any Indication of a break in
Iprfcey, pnoh sk occurred at the opening,
btit there was an rqually obvious dispo
frition to keop ad\Tinces within mofierato
Umltc, and r.ot induce any renewed out
break of extensive speculation. The
adoption of this policy in stock market
operations by well-equipped forces served
to reinforc« the admonishing policy of
the banks to restrict the: speculative" em-.
ployment of funds until after the money
outlook has cleared up. entirely. The de
sire to n wait the result of to-morrow's
conference of coal operators' and miners'
Tpprcsontalives with ' President Roosevelt
«ms also a restraining influence on "spec
ulation. As a consequence, speculation
fattened out almost completely, and this
development was regarded with genuine
relief and satisfaction by the best opinion
Jn the financial world.
WHAT AVERTED A CRISIS.
Tt Js realized that the relief offered to
the money market by Secretary : Shaw's
tctlon averted a crisis that promised to
bscome dangerous, and the determination
)s msoiifest not to allow the resources
thus provided to be prodigally used for
the purpose of rpnew«d speculative infla
tion of securities. There are various de
velopments to show also that there are
abundant requirements Upon New York
money resources yet to be mot, and that
pome of the possible sources of relief
have been shut, off for the present by tne
possession of additional facilities afforded
by the release of reserves against govern
ment deposits. There was a deposit at
Ihe sub-treasury to-day of 5150.0W for tel
sgraphlc transfer to New Orleans, and
the movement of currency by express is
e'gaJnst New York on balance. To
day's advance in the Bank of England
minimum discount rate, and the weekly
exhibit of that institution and the Bank
of France, are. clear indications that no
cold ; is likely to-be spared by cither of
those institutions at; present for ship
ment to New York. Sterling exchange
advanced sharply here.
ADVANCE INN.' & W.
Such movement as there was to-day in
the market, was confined to a few stocks.
An- advance In N. & "W., on expectation
of- an increased dividend, caused a sym
pathetic response in the Pennsylvania
group. The few prams were much cur
tailed, and last prices showed mixed net
changes.
The course of the bond v^market was
halting and irregular. ■>■"-■■■■
Total sales, par value, $3,522,000.
United States new 4"s declined \i per
cent, oir the last call. .. .
.The total sales stocks to-day were 494,
£OO shares.
Money on call [email protected] per cent.: closing j
offered at C per cent. Prime^hiercantile ':
paper. 6 per cent. Sterling exchange :
steady, .with actual business in bankers' !
lulls 4.55 for demand, and at 4.52.75©4.52.
b~5 for 00-day bills: posted rates. 4.53%@
J ,[email protected]; commercial bills. 4.82%; bar
silver, HOTi: Mexican dollars, 4014: gov
ernment bonds easier. -State bonds firm.
IlailroaxJ bonds irregular. '
TIPS ON THE MARKET.
Court orders meeting of Chicago Fuel
end Iron stockholders December 7th.
Morgran shipping- combine announced;
capital. J120.000.000, and bonds. $50,000,000.
Conflicting anthracite interests confer
v/ith President on Friday.
No probability of contest of Secretary
Shaw's action.!
/ Rock Island insiders report dej)osits of
fold etock satisfactory. •
) Reported Manhattan earnings show gain
Of nearly $5; 000 per day.
New bull pool reported in Reading.
Renewal of competitive buying in Chi
cago Fuel as-.\l Iron.
1 Stocks plentiful in loan crowd..
Crop reports indicate 'corn grading slow
ly.
Iron Age says that even without th<»
poal strike furnaces would be unable to
meet demand for pig iron.
' Burlington for August, surplus after
charges, incroape. 553.538.
|The genera] commissioii business in this
; market is extremely • light.
alt is the general impression lhal the
! i^SngJ power emanates from the Har
: .p-Gates crowd, their bi-okers hav r
t Wgj:*: ■■'': bpen active 7 buyers, notice
f ply Chicago Fuel and Iron, Louis-
t «-vnd Nashville, and Norfolk and
'■ postern, and it is thought other stocks
has been a moderate seller on
' il^e advance. Room traders encouraged
..to play lons side of - market in the ab-
of selling pressure from commis
sion houses. There is a noticeable ab
sence of business in many stocks.
It is thought in the room th^t the
Oatcs crowd is responsible for tlie ad
vance in Fuel.
It is said on what is said to be good
authority that Snuff, common, which haa
not so far paid any dividends, will soon
be put on a 10 per cent, basis. Not only
will this, in all probability, be done, but
It is intimated that the dividend action
will be made retroactive so as to cover
the first year of the company's earn-
Jnfrs.
Coal strike will- soon end.
A plan to increase wages 10 per cent*
ta miners will quickly break the back
bone of the coal famine. •;
The shorts in the anthracite stocks is
large.
Keep long of the soft coalers.
Time money is still scarce at rate of 6
per cent, for sixty days, and six months.
Millions will be required for crop moving
purposes, so do not load up .with more
stocks, than you can.' conveniently carry.
The stock market is likely to be some
what narrow and irregular to-day; with
probably specialty advances.
The banks have given evidence of their
•^termination to curb the pool operations
on the UDtum. ' : -„
The Bank of England hajs advanced
the discount rate to 4: per cent. This
lisa, the effect of operating cold • oxportn
to the. United States by making mDiiry
dearer. This may cause- a slight depres
sion, here. ._ : ./ ;-" .. '■;..,-
Host advices say. purchase the standard
stocks on reactions.
Specialty movements! in Erie. Southern
Pacific. Union Pacific. Manhattan. P<»o
Pie's Gas, United States'Steeis, or : Pcnri-
BylvanJa, are nothunlikely in view of in
formation wo get. ■- :-■-;■."- - - - :
Eullißh tips cro out on Atchison :ssues,
Union. Wabash preferred and:
Canadian Pacific. ' • : :■:; -
WASHINGTON.— The Advisory • Coro
"•'ittee, consisting of United States Treas-1
*J^ej Roberts,^^Controller "of the Currency^-
P. npely. and v -Assistant '-_■ Secretary ? Allie,"
cPI"-olnteac Pl"-olntea by .the • Secretary^ to^pasi ; upon
l 'f< x State and municipal bonds -for
nt-curity .in JJeui of^ gbyernineritibohdsV;
fceJo a mceUrig' to-day ; and- decideii, to
}fke as V'th'eJrlccneirali; standard 'that of
< tL e New .York «aving»i^^r
We close 1 at 6 F. M;
' ;-v_. ■ J . .;.
VVhat are the new patterns
for Fall? I " r ' \ .
Armistic cloth .-.is/one, Coro
nation cloth ■is another— this
has more life and color than
the somber materials' popular
last season. Indistinct plaids
on black are also! correct— but
to describe cloth ing in cold type
makes dull reading. Come in
and see the bright showing. "
The best is h^r-e.' :
The lowest in price for relia
ble cloth is also here.
; — ""■" 0 -„ ■ ■■■: ,;
GRAINJOTES.
The Armour interests control every
speculative article traded in on the board
except lard, and the Cudahays have that.
It is the most peculiar position ever
known to the trade. : ;
All stocks are very light.
Armour controls the stock of 2,100,000
bushels of contract wheat here, all tri3
l.COO.OO') bushels of corn, part of the oats,
the 31,000 barrels of contract, pork and
the 11,000,000 pounds of short ribs, also a
good part of the, other provisions in store
here.
The Cudahays have the 34,900, packages
of contract laxd here.
Carrying charges will 'have to be pa!a,
As there is no money in hedging by sell.
ing futures at discount, the shorts will
have- to pay them. Armour /bought the
grains and provisions in the open market
and stood for , a delivery of the cash
stuff. At. the same time, It has'; always
been his practice to settle with shorts
and feed the market. If any strong In
terests should take hold of our December
corn they rnig-ht put it 10 cents over
May before they get through. .1.-, >/""
Cars to-morrow.
Wheat, 10G; corn, 90; oats, 120.
Liverpool, close. IT ?S]jtf
Wheat 1-S higher;, corn 1-2 higher.
OUTSIDE _SECURiTIES.
Speculation in the unlisted securities
tapered off slightly to-day particularly
in several of the recent active specialties
Values were inclined to easiness. ■
A renewed inquirj' appeared for the
San' Francisco railway issues.
Lees activity featured the Rock Island
stocks, both of which were under slight
pressure.
Seaboard Air-Line was quiet, only a
few shares being sold between 301-4 and
30? i for the common, and 491-2 and 50
for the preferred.
American Can sold at 12 5-8 for the com
mon, and 300 shares of the/ preferred
changed hands at 52, 52 1-8 and 52 1-4. .
COTTON GOSSIP.
Government report on cotton due to
day. The guess here is from 55 to 65.
If below GO there is no doubt our '■■ market
will show some advance. If above 65 it
is believed it will decline.
The October report last year, was 61.4
and last month 64.
THE BALTIMORE MARKET.
BALTIMORE, MD., October 2.—(Spe
cial.) — The local market was firm on lim
ited transaction's. Notwithstanding tne
proposed issue 01 new stock, Atlantic-
Coast Line maintained its strength, sell
ing at ISO to IS2, which is near its record
price. Seaboard Air-Line issues improved,
the common selling at 201-8 to 301-2 ana
the preferred at 49 1-2, the 4's sold at
S5 7-S and s's at 103% to 103 7-S.
United Railways were steady, the first.
4's selling at 94 5-S to. 94 7-8, incomes at
67 1-8 to -67 1-4, and common stock at I^.
Consolidated Gas stock 72 1-2 sales and
bid.
Northern Central sold at 124;, .■.,"..
NEW YORK STOCK QUOTATIONS
Quotations furnished by Thomas Branch
& Co.. Bankers and Brokers.
Membera Kew York atocK and Cotton
Exchanges.
American Snuff, com 134-74 132
American Snuti, pref. ........ 100 . ._ IU0 .:
American Can, com. 12%* .12%
American Can, pref... 51%* -52%
Amer. Cotton Oil, c0m....... 51 51
American Loco., c0m........ 3i% 31
American Loco., pref U4ft 94%
American Sugar 12t>v*s lZo'ft.
American Smelters Co.. ..47 • ;46%
Amalgamated Copper 65% ■* 65%,
Anaconda. |: Mining Co 103"
Atchison, common 99% 90%
Atchison. preferred .......... 101% 101 1/*1 /*
Baltimore and Ohio lUSft. 103.
Baltimore and Ohio, pref... S3
Brooklyn Rapid Transit..... 65 C»%
Canada Southern ............. SS - 87
Chesapeake and Ohio 51? i 52^
Chi. and Great Western 31^. 31
Chi., Mil. and St. Pau1....... 191% 192
Chi., R. Island and Pacific. 201 200
C., C. C. and St. L. (no sales,
closed) 103%
Colorado Fuel and 1r0n...... 82 S2*£
Colo, and Southern, c0m.... 32 31*4,
Colo, and Southern, Ist pref.. 73
Colo, and Southern. 2d pref.. 49% 49%
Consolidated Gas .....220% 219%
Con. Tob.. 4 per cent — ..... 65% 65%
Con. Tob., pref. "(no sales).. .... 123
Delaware and Hudson... 176% 175
L>ei., Lack, and Western (no
sales closed) .... 268,,
Erlv, common — • 40 39%
Erie, Ist preferred... ...69 65%
General Electric .............. 185% 185
Illinois Central 153% 163%
K. and M. (no sales, closed). :..- 43%
Louisville and Nashville.... 133% 13934
Manhattan Elevated ........ 137% .137
Metropolitan ........ 142 141J4
Mexican Central (no sales).. .... 2614
Mex. Central. Ist incomes
. (no sales) ........ ............... 29;-s
Missouri PacK* 115% 115J&
Mo.. Kan. and Texas, pref.. 63 . 62%
New York Central ........... 15S : 1a7%
N. V.; Ont. and Western 34^ 34^ s
Norfolk and We5tern......... -7354 75%
Nor. and W., pref. (closed).. .... 91
North Amer. Co. (no sales,
, bid)..' -. ........-..••••- .... J2fi
Pennsylvania ........ ......... 164 16? /
People's Gas ....105 104%
Republic Stetel. c0m.......... 21% 21%
Republic Steal, pref .......... 79% ■ , 79 -
■Readlns'. •••••••• ............... 71% ; 71%
Readme.v Ist preferred — ...r; 87% ; 87%
Reading, preferred........ 7SJ4; 77%
San" Francisco <S% 7 f«
San-Frandscor 2d pref....... 74?4
HL-LrSotithwestern.: pref.'... <2 . .. 71%
Southern: Pacific :.... •" £#. Z°,4
Seaboard Air-Line,-? c0m.:.; .. 29%* ■ 3QI&
Seaboard- Air-Line. p«f ...... ;4?%» 49%
Southtrnf Railway .:.;...:...; 3*% :r 39%
Southern -Railway., pref...... SSI* 96%
Tennessee Coal and- 1r0n.... 67% ■67%
Texas and Pacific........:..:. 45% 77*7 7*
Union SPadfic. ;c0m..V;...;....10fi».» ;lf«^
Union ,:Pacinc, praf:.....v.i... 91^,: 9r
United States; Leather; n com.Ll4% ; ,;«J».
United: Ftates^Steel;:com::;..;4o%f= >; 40%:
■United v States i. Bteel.i P«f^ ..;; SO% y^; 90%
,Va;-Car.''Chem.. com 63% . 67%
Va-rCar.!' Chernov- pref 128 If^r
;waba»h;i preferred .*.«;».... «1 ?&gm'
•Western Union Telegraph... 93V4 M% \
jßtanaard'JUU „ SSB 643
•Bid.
"■ ■ " ■■■■ ".. Bond*. 1• ■ _ •
United States refund! nK ; 2' s^reff^.J 103^
.United. States; refunding- :2"s/^^ coupon-." 109%
United States Z's, : reg. ; (ex: Int.) .'.C. / 107 VI
iUnited .States 3's; c0up0n. . ... ..'.."..:■ li«
United : States new* 4's^registered.: 136%
United States new ; 4's coupon;-, r. . . 13G4*
Unlted":State3iold 4's, ■registered....;. 120%
United^; States old ?4*s.= c0up0n.^..... 110%
.United States s's. ■■ registered. ... . : . ; :. '■■ 105^4
-United States s's. 102%
: Atcblson i;i general 4'5. . . . . . .V. . ... . . . ":i lfll?4 :
j Atchison, adjustment 4's 95
1 Baltimore and Ohio • 4's . ..... . ..-. . v. . . 101%
[ Baltimore' and Ohio 3%*s r..;..... 94
I Baltimore and Ohio cony. 4'5.....:./11l .
! Con.; Tob." 4'a . ; ; . ; i"~. .r. ~:. ; ;h".v. . ; : '.. '. '. : •■ 63%
[Canada, Southern '2d5.......
Central, of Georgia 55.....;.......... 110^
Central of Ist; incomes.. ....!»
Chesapeake and Ohio ■ 4V4's. 106
Chtcaso: and, Alton- 3%'5.;. ............. 81 :
Chicago. B. and Quincy new ■■"4*sl .':.-' 55.%
Chicago, ;M.; M. , and. St. ; Paul gen. 48.:114
Chicaco ahd~ Northwestern can. 7's.: 335"
Chtcago,: R;~lsland and Pacific 4's.. 10S%
C- C, C. and St.v Louis gen. 4.'5...... 102
Chicago Terminal 4's .....'.............■ 90
Colorado and Southern 45.. . . . -.. . . . ; . : &3%
Denver , and Rio Grande 4's. : 101V4.
Erie prior Hen. 45.......... ■.....;.. SSh'z
Erie : general ; '45. . ; . "... ...... . . . . . . ..... . Ss^
Fort ' Worth and Denver City Ist..'.. 115
Hocking Valley : 4%'s. 10S&
Louisville and Nash, unified 45...... 101
Mexican Central " 45.. .... -". . . - . - : .';'.'. • ■ $- x &
Mexican Central, Ist inc0me5........ 29^
Minneapolis and St. - Louis 45.. . . . — lot
Missouri, -Kansas-anrl Texas 45...... 100
Missouri, Kansas and Texas 2*s. ...'.. 83%
New York Central 15t..:;.... 301%
New York; Central genera* ZM's. ..:.': 107
New Jersey Central general 55.... 135%
Nor them Pacific 45. ".. . . - ........'...... 105^4
Northern Pacific 3's •• 74
Norfolkand Western consql 45.... 101%
Reading general 4's ....„",. .";.;........ '98 :
St' Louis a'ndrlron Moun.coi>sol s's.. 114%
St. Louis and San Francisco 4's..v. 100%
St. Louis Southwestern 1^t5.......... 9^>
St/. Louis I Southwestern' y5.v. . .... . . • SS%
San Antonio and Aransas Pass 45.... 89
Seaboard Air-Line 4's — ..... — ... 06 ■
Seaboard Air-Line 5'5...... T.." •• 10314
Southern Pacific 4's. 94
Southern Railway s's 115%
Texas and Pacific lsts 120 ,
Toledo, St. L. and Western 4's ...... 80%
Union Pacific 4's : •• 105
Union Pacific cony. 45......... — 1.. 109%
Wabash lsts -• ...Hi) •;
AVabash 2ds 110
Wabash Deb. 8.-.. 84
West Shore 45... ......::....■....••••... 114,,
Wheeling and Lake Erie 4's 93%
Wisconsin Central 4's 92V t
Mobile and Ohio col. tr. 43 off. at.. -97%
Central of Georgia 2d incomes. 39%
Scasoard Air-Line Securities.
BALTIMORE. October 2.— Seab<yir(T
Air-Line, common. 30*4<S.VV. fie3l-'"/"irr[.
Air-Line, preferred, 4W550; Seaboard
Air-Line bonds. 4's, 85%®85%.
RICHMOND STOCK EXCHANGE.
Richmond, Va., October 2, 1902.
STATE SSCURITIES
; ■ ■ Bid. Asked.
Virginia 3's: (new). C. & R. 1932 9« 96^4
Va. Centuries. 2-3. C. & R. 1991 97 97^
CITY SECURITIES— . )
Richmond city s's, R. .1920-1922 117
Richmond city 4'5,R.. 1920-1930 ... . lOSVa
: RAILROAD BONDS—
Atlanta and Ch. Ist 7's, R. 1907 113
C. & 0., R. & A., 15t...:.. 1989 103
C.-&-0., R. & A., 4's, 2d.. 1989 103
C. & 0.. R. & A. G. M. 4^.-5.1992 106
Petersb'g Class A s's. R. C.192S 118
Petersb'g Class B. 6*3, R. C.1926 128
Rich, and Meek. Ist 45.. ..1948 90
Scab. Air-Line, con. Ist 45.1950 86 86%
RAILROAD j STOCKS—
Atlantic-Coast ; Line' "A". ...100 ISO
Atlantic-Coast Line, c0m.... 100 180% ISI%
Atlantic-Coast L. of Conn. .loo 355 .
Seaboard Air-Line, pref.. MOO 49 50
Seaboard' Air-Line, c0m. ...100 30 £0^
BANK STOCKS-^
Par. -
American JNational ..........100 122%
City 25 33
First Nationfcl ....100 205..
Merchants' National 100 300
Planters' National -....:..... 100 330 .}. -■■
Rich. Trust and S. D. C 0...100. ..100 160
State Bank of- Virginia 100 160
Southern Trust- C0...... 100 112%
Union Bank "of Richmond.". 50 165 .
Virginia Trust C 0 ...... ......100 122% 125
MISCELLANEOUS—
American L0c0.,, pref. 100 05 96
American Loco., c0m....... 100 31
Va.-Car. Chem., pref., Bp. c.IOO 128?4 129
Va.-Carolina Chem. c0m... 100 6S& .69
SALES BEFORE THE BOARD. .
25 Atlantic-Coast Line, common, at 180;
30 Atlantic-Coast Line, common, at 180
15 Virginia-Carolina Chemical,- common,
at 65%; 15 Virginia-Carolina Chemical,
common, at 68%.
SALES AT THE BOARD.
2,500 Virginia Centuries at 97; 10 Vir
ginia-Carolina Chemical, preferred, at 129;
10 Virginia-Carolina Chemical, preferred,
at 129; 10 Virginia-Carolina Chemical, pre
ferred, at 129.
SALES SINCE THE BOARD.
10 American Locomotive, preferred, at
S5; : : ■ '... , ;■•': ' .- . . '
RICHMOND GEAI2I MARKET.
(Quotations furnished by Richmond Grain
and Cotton Exchange.)
Richmond, Va., October 2, -1002.
WHEAT.
Longberry ............. 77 @ 78
Mixed 77 # 78
Shortberry ..: 77 @ 78
No. 2 red....... 78
Virginia bag 10t5........ ' 70 @ 77
CORN.
White, Virginia bag lots.. : G8 @ 70
No. 2 white 6S
No. 3 white 67^4
No. 2 mixed 67 .
No. 3 mixed .................. 66%
■ OATS.
No: '2- mixed' 33^
No. 8 mixed 33
Winter seed .1 - 52 @ . 5S
Rye .........:.........;...... 55 @ 60
LIVE STOCK_MARKET.
BALTIMORE, October I.—Cattle—Re
ceipts for week ended . noon to-day 4,271
head,' against 4,208 head last week. Mar
ket slow.- Best cattle ; stead y^otb/ers
about 10c. lower. Quote: Steers, export, .
53.75ft56.50; choice butcher, [email protected];
others, ?2.65(<z54.50; heifers, [email protected];
cows; [email protected]; ' bulls, [email protected]
1 Hogs— Fair receipts ; market slow.
Quote: Western, light, $7.50; from tuner
points, "[email protected]: roughs, [email protected]
Sheep and Lambs— Fair receipts since
Monday; market steady. Quote: Sheep,
butcher, [email protected]; stock, [email protected] . per
head; :lambs, [email protected]
Calves— Fair supply; market steady.
Quote: Common to b"est. [email protected]
. Horses and Mule.y-Draft horses, $50
to $200; drivers. $50 to $200; southern
chunks, $50 to $S5; mules from $100 to $200
a head. ;■ - ■' • \. '" ' "•
Fresh Cows— Moderate i supply. .Best
cows in demand at | from §35 to $60 per
head; others dull at from $17.50 to $30.00
psr head. ■_- •■
- EAST BUFFALO. N. V.. Octob-er 2.—
Cattle— Receipts, ■ 100 head; mar kc t
steady; prime steers, [email protected]; spring
steers, [email protected]?6.75; : butchers', [email protected];
heifers, $3.00®*5.25; cows, [email protected]; can
ners, [email protected]; bulls; [email protected]; feeders,
$S [email protected]; ~r stockers, $3.00^14.00; stocker
heifers, [email protected]; veals, - [email protected] 75.
Hogs— Receipts," 4,100 head; market fair-;
ly active; , [email protected] higher; heavy, $7.45©
$7.55; mixed. $7.25®57.40; Yorkers.- $7.00® 1
$7.20: light Yorkers. • [email protected]; pigs, $6.50
(ff6.fis- roughs,. 56.25®56.50;- stags.; 55.00© ;
$5.75; , grassers, $6.50©?6.90; dairies, [email protected]
87.30. . ' "-.. '-■ ' . : ' -' -: " '.- ■ . - -■-. ■'-
;;- Sheep and-Lambs-rßec'eipts, .2,soo head.:
Sheep firm; lambs 10c. higher; top lambs,
$5.40#55.50: culls -to good, [email protected]; year-;
lings., $4.0C€54-53: ; ewes.v [email protected]; top:
ar<i mixed. [email protected];- culls to good, $2.25
€$3.65.; ■.- .- • '-:;.:;.: • : ' " " . 'a
NEW YORK. October- 2.— Beeyes-rlle r
ceipts, ; 287 : head ; - dressed ,: beef ~>. steady. •
Cables : last * received quoted if American J
steers at: [email protected] \ dressedi, weight; ref rige-:
rator beef at 12% c. p^r ;■ pound.- ' '
1 Calves— Receipts. : : lll' head ; -j market very
'dull : f salss ■■* included :: a: - f ew • State ': : - ajnd
Pennsylvania veals at [email protected] 51 56 '. per 100 .
pounds. V -V '-""-:" '.';".;., ; '■• :'.: '"'■■-:" ■'"..." ■:--'-■ ■ ■ ":; : .- r: :y
'Sheep ; andTLambs--Retfeipts, ■ 3.511 head;
good ' sheep ; steady pothers ; , weak ; < lambs i
slow,? but . average sales f silently -- s t'ron orer -
than s yesterday. -: Sheep : sold ; at • $2.75(353.80 .
per ; 100 } pounds : 1 1 ambs." [email protected] ; ja 5 carl
of Canadas.t ?s.so:K dressed'^ muttonr":-- ex- 1
tretn e?f range. 6%®7%c. ; ■■ ."■ dressed- : lambs, a
7%#10c. ' - •
i Hogs— Receipts," 2.l96 ! head; market firm : !
State l- and ? Pennsylva»ia~i hogs, ; [email protected] ?
per 100 pounds.
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(Established 1838),
MEMBERS K. Y. STOCK EXCHANGE
MEMBERS IT Y. COTTONEXCHANGE
PRIVATE WIRES TO
PBI^GiPAL HftRKETS.
Investment S&funfies
A SPECIALTY.
.. --. jaig-iy ■;_-...-■::
Hogs-Steady; prime heavies, $([email protected]$7.va;
mediums, ' [email protected]; ; h eav >; ork , e rs, ,S'@
Sj.ls ; iignt Yorkers. $6.'i01i55.90; pigs,- sb.sO,
(SSS.tiQ ; : skips, ; rough,'; [email protected]?7. . ..." :
-Sheep— Steady; best wethers, [email protected];
culls and common, ,[email protected]?2; choice lambs,
*vVea^Calves-S7^o(gsß. ;
CHICAGO, October 2.— Cattle— Receipts,
S.OoO head, including, 3,yoo westerns. Good,
steady, others :"-■ slow. /Good" to prime '
steers, ••$7.!55<6 1 ?8.4P; poor to-medium,: ?4.CO^
57.00; cows, ?1.25fi54.50; heifers, $'[email protected];:
canners, [email protected]*2.40; : . 0u115,v: ; 52.i5^?4.75;
calves $3.50<<i:57.00 ; Texas-fed : steers, ?6.oft
; western; $3.75(g-$4.75. : :
■Hoss— Receipts to-day,. 12.000 head; to- ;
morrow. 8,00(1 head; left; over,- 3,000 --Stead.',
Average 10c. higher. Mixed . and butchers'. '..
[email protected]|7.60; good to choice ■ heavy, $7.40®
$7.Wr rough i heavy/ [email protected]: light, ?7.00
@$7.50; v bulk of sales, ?7.15<g57.30. : ,
. Sheep— Receipts, • 17,000 head; market
steady; lambs steady. Good to choice
wethers, [email protected] .
CINCINNATI, October 2.— Hogs— Active
at- [email protected] .'
.Cattle-Steady [email protected] ; ...... -
; Sheep— Steady at $£[email protected]*3.40- : ;
Lambs-Steady at , [email protected]
COTTONJARKET.
LIVERPOOL. October .2.— Cotton— Spot;
good business done; prices lower; Ameri
can, "middling fair. 5 24-100 d.; mid
dling,- 4 S6-100d. ; middling, 4 S6-100d. : low
middling-, 4 76-lOOd.; good ordinary..
4C4-100d.; ordinary. 4 52-lOOd. The sales of
the day were 12,000 bales, of which 1,000
bales ■ were for speculation . and : export,
and included. -.900 bales American. Re
ceipts, 1,100 . bales, all American.
Futures opened quiet and closed bare-,
ly steady; American middling, good-ordi
nary clause, October, 4 69-100 d., sellers;
October and "November, 4 64-IQOd.; sellers;
November and December, 4 62-100 d.. sell
ers; December and January, 4 61-100 d: ,;
sailers; January and February, 4 GO-100d.,
sellers; February arid March, 4 59^-100d.,.
buyers: March and April. :4 59-lOOd., sell-:
ers; April and May, 4 53-1003., buyers;
May -and June, 4 58-lOOd., buyors.
NEW YORK, October 2.— Cotton— Quiet;
middling, B%c; gross receipts. ■ 2,264 bales;
'sales, 94 bales; stock. 31,549 bales.
Totals to-day: Net receipts. 4.4.550
bales; Exports— To Great' : Britain, , 4.D00
bales; to the Continent, 15.42G bales; stock,
367,067 bales. . ;
Consolidated: Net receipts. 253,321 bales;
Exports— To Great Britain, 84,8S4' bales: to
France. 44.490 bales; to the Continent,
140.502 bales.
Totals since September Ist: Net re
ceipts, 955,649 bales; Exports— To Great
Britain, 233,167 bales; to France. 84,523
bales; to the Continent, 352,116 bales. .
Cotton futures opened steady and closed
barely steady. 1 Opening. Closing.
October ........ .......... 8.60 8.60.
November 8.73 8.67
December 8.79 8.73
January 8-SS 8.78
February "........ 5.65 5.58
March. ........ •.-• 8.6-4 8.58 '
April .......... ...........8.65 8.58:
May '..... - 8.63 8.5S
S«ct closed quiet; middling upland, B%c;
middling Gulf. :9%c.: salos, 94- bales. •:
The cotton market opened steady, - with
prices unchanged . to 2 points higher, fol
lowing which there was a slight further
rise, on general buying, .led by the room
shorts. The -Liverpool market "news' con
tamed nothing to stimulate investment
buying, and the weather chart failed to
offer 'special inducement to the room
bulls. Nevertheless." there was little cot
ton for sale. The South and Europe sold
on the rise, as did some of the more de
termined bear operators. -Not long af
ter the call tha market suffered a reac
tion under-realizing by commission houses
and continued pressure from the bear
side. The receipts at the ports were seen
to be increasing, again, and rumors were
circulated to the effect that to-morrow's
bureau condition statement for October, j
will sklv, 60 or over. After easing off to
8.82 the whole list Stiffened up again, soon
after the noon hour, on reports of dam
age to open cotton by excessive rains in j
Northern Texas. The ring shorts, how
ever were about the only buyers on this
information, and late in the afternoon the
market turned weak under active public
realizing, with a fresh demonstration of
bear confidence. The selling movement
was active all the last hour, and at. the
close the tone was barely steady, with'
prices net 5 to 7 points lower. Total sales
were estimated at 250,000 bales. . .
NEW ORLEANS, October 2.— ln the
market for spot cotton there was little
doing; quotations unchanged. In tha line
of contracts the market was also very
slow. Quite a number of leading spirits
were absent from the ringside on account
of the Jewish New Year, and those who
were in" advance displayed but ; scant, in
terest in the market, executing a few.
outside orders and doing an occasional
of scalping, but holding off before en
gaging actively until to-morrow's bureau
statement had been received. The changes
in prices were slight, the market at the
close-. showing 'losses of 2 to 3 points, com
pared with yesterday. .
Cotton i futures closed - steady and quiet.
October [email protected]
. November . . . . . . - . : ' . ::'. ■ ■■■ ■ 5.3G??8.37 ;
December :.......:.. ...:.... [email protected];:
January .......... ....'...... 8.44itc8.45: .1
February .......... ...... ..." [email protected]
March ........:... [email protected]
April .....■:..... •- • • S.SOfffS.ol
May '..' ..•• [email protected]
PRODUCE MARKET.
CHICAGO PRODUCE MARKET. .
CHICAGO, October 2.— Trading in corn
was one of the principal -features on the
Board of Trade to-day. \ and considerable
strength was manifested in both the grain
and provision pits. December corn [email protected]%c.
higher, December wheat }£c. lower,-- while
oats closed , %c. higher. January pro
visions' closed from, a shado lower to
10c. higher. '-'■' . ..
The leading futures ranged as follows:
Opening. Highest. Lowest. Closing.
Wheat— No. 2— ,■
Oct. .......68^ 69 65% 85%, (
Dec; ....... 69%@vs 70%@% 69% 69% ':
May, . . . . . . :.'70%@% 71 . "^V»WA : 70%@%
'. Corn— No. 2— .. ' ;
Oct. ....... [email protected]% 60 53 59
Dec. ....... 47%fiT?4S 4S?i 47%@% 45^i
May ....... 42%@U 43% "42% 42%'
/ Oats— No. V- :~-' : ''. "■ ■■ '■ . : : -' "■ ■
Oct. (new).3l% / 31% 30% 30%
Dec. (new). 3l% ■ Sl% ; 31>4 31%
May .......32V4 ,32% . ! '";[email protected] 32%
■• Mess Pork— per bbl.—
Oct. ;..... $17.00 $17.00 $16.85 .-$16.85
Jan. .....515.40 ,$15.60 $15.35 $15.45:
May .....$14.35 : $14:47% $14.32% $14.35 ;
Lard— per 100 lbs.— =
Oct. :v...: v . . . . .$lO.lO $10.10 $10.00 $10.05
Jan. ..:..$ 8.77% $ 5.32% $ 8.75 .. $ 8.77%
May..;:.? 8.17%: $ 8.20 $ 8.15 . $ 8.17%
; : Short Ribs— ncr 300 i lbs.— ... - ■ :'
Oct. :..:.;SU.OS- $11.60 $U. 05 $11.25
Jan. ...:...'. .$ 5.20 1 ; $ 8.25 .'.'..? 5.17% J 8.17%
. Cash quotations were as follows:
Flour : steady. No. :" 2-" spring wheat, [email protected]
73% c . - No.: 3. [email protected] ; ! N0. 2 red,. 68%@63c.
Nor 2 corn, ;61c. ; No. 2 yellow, ■ 61% c. No.
2 oats, 27%#27%c"; No.. 3-Avhite, 29%@34c.
No. 2 rye, 1 38% cV No. 1 fJaxseed, $1.25%.
No':" I Northwestern, $1.27%. ".Mess j pork,
per. barrel, : rS^ig^lS.SO. "; Short ribs !r sides
(loose), - $11.10^?11.20. : ■ Dry -% salted v shoul
ders (boxed),- [email protected] " : 5h0rt ■ clear sieles
(b0xed).'[email protected]%. : Whiskey.? basis -of
high- wines, $1.32, Clover.v contract grade.
$9.65.v-i, -;;.;v -/••■' v;-::- - : ": V-■"■-■■V -'■"■-■■ - v--^!v --^ ! - .-' ;: -' r -.>^
--.-; Receipts— Wheat, .238,800 bushels;: corn,
140,900 bushels; oats, 269,400 bushels; hogs,
12,000;head--:,:vr-.y"--*-' ;^ : ' : '^'-:- v-:.v:: -;;
: On the: Producer Exchange;- to-day "the
butter mmarkert r was 5 steady; -;creameriesr
[email protected] : i4c. ; - dairies. [email protected]* lOheese v- steady
at 10%@ai%c. * Eggs -steady; ; loss off. ; cases
returned, [email protected]%c.
. NEW YORK-, PRODUCE I- MARKET^
'SNEW^TORK^ Ootober.*; 23?10ur-iMar-i
; ket twaa] f airlyj actiyejagain,v and firm • at
old-prices.
Jrßye : Flour— Firm Vat: [email protected]
p Corriitfeal— Quiet ; § y ello w*swestern, % $1.54. i
x?Rye^Steady;';No.;2; western, 5Sc.
; afeedlnsr, "43c.
S^,'W"heat-^ol>ot>SDlea<Jy* % **4« "^
Opening -,i b«c«as&To| \ disappointing s
cables * from and \ snorr: tuynng. 1 !
wheat •'expertencea 7 !*,'; sharp i racpvery^ anit 5
a? consiaerabie } advance, on ; aTstrpng jjurap; 5
mv corn/?! air jTclearaaces;? smalterl'NortnTi
west -■ receipts^ ■ rumoi'ed^ export? busineas,^
and^i active i covsring: « This | was i .
by^ a h sec on d | reacacui, V due.^. tc-s pront-taK-.
Ing,: ;the " markec ;-■ closing i- about 'S. ateaayvs
at:a:partialMc.;net decline. -May closed
74%e.;/l>ecemcter.-74%Ci . -. • •;. -
v.Corn— Spo£:'firmer; ; No:"2.«69%c4iiOpuon^
market' tor . - ccxn % opened ■• tirm -, on rains, ,
eased i off '< under > poor/ cables, but ;; turned;;
strong j on" small - estimates rat Cnl- ;
cago, advancing :■ nearly \ a. ■; cent ; a 1 ausnet ;
:on vheavy scovering.s; It;l thtnftweakened
again," thrbugb realizing-:saieSt;;bi«tiral
lied. ■ and "closed firm at a':%@ic-~net ad* :
l vance. - January closed , 50c. : May.- 47% c .;
October. 66% c .; November, 62c. ; Decem
;ber,: 54c/: ; " -'^< ::: .;; "■': '"■".;■ T'--"7 ; '
Stoats— Spot steady; No. 2, 33c. Option
market 'was firm and: more !activ\i; until
■afternoon, when it eased-, on! a "little,
with corn. October -closed 35c.; Decem- : ;
ber," 36Vic. ■ - . '"■ ■'•..■ ;■ .
:; Beef— Steady- - , -/ . - , '
,:' Cut-Meats— Firm. : -, : " : : ; -
•Lard— Dull: -western : sfeameoV -511.6&;
October closed at $10.60-; refined dull.
Pork— Firm ; i mess,- [email protected] \ ;
:. .Tallow— Firm. 1 ' : "" " ■ _
? % Rosin— Steady. ; . .■•..•■ . ■- .' ,: '
/Turpentine— Firm at [email protected]%c.
: Rice— Firm. ' :•"--■: •"--■ - ■ "•: ■■-.- ' ; - - ■ ■■■:
Sugar— Raw. firm ; fair refining. 3c. :
centrifugal, 96 : degree test, S^c; refln'ed
steady. ~ < . • - - : '■■'- '
. Coffee— Spot Rio quiet; No. 1, invoice^
5 5^16c. ; mild market quiet; Cordova, &§>
ll%e. Coffee* futures opened barely
steady, with " prices; unchanged to 5
points lower, : this . in ■: response to ; a Ham-: .
burg ;„ decline, and to, ; liberal receipts
from local bears.: Prices jumped sharply
in the - afternoon, on covering,* and fairly ;
active buying .-,by^. bull leaders.- the net
: advance, at one time'r*eaching [email protected] points...
But ■ bears, at : the close sold . the. market,
down 5 points, the final figures being net
.unchanged; to- 5 points; higher. ;•-"■: Sales
amounted t0.; 32,000 bagsvA
-Butter— Steady! :^xtra creamery^ 22^0. :
■State dairy. [email protected]%c.' : >■': - ' ■■" -■■.. - -■■-.■'.- ,:
.Cheese— Firm; new State f/W cream
small colored fancy, 12c; small white,
12c. "■ ■■ ■-.-- ■ ;.-':.- ■ ■:--• - : '■.■■■,
E?gs— Steady : ; ■". average best, [email protected] :
wesiern j candled. ; 21(323^ ; refrigerated. 13
[email protected] , . .. „„._„
i Potatoes— Steady: Jerseys, 51.50<??51.52;
New York, ...» per . ISO pounds. • $t.SO(JSSI.6D: |
Lon^ Island. $1.62(351.75; South Jersey
sweets. [email protected]?2.50. . - '• •
Peanuts— Steady:: fancy hand-picked,
5V»@5%c.:. other domestic, s%@s?ic. ; ':■■: *
Cabbae'es— Quiet; Long Island, per 100,
[email protected] : .- - ;««.--.
Cotton— By steam to Liverpool, 15c.
BALTIMORE PRODUCE MARKET.
BALTIMORE, October 2.— Flour— Dull
and unchanged. " _„_
Wheat— Firmer; spot and October, 71%@
71% c; December, 72%@72%c; scuthern, by.
sample. [email protected] : ' " ' '
T Corn— Strong; .new: or old. November,.
53c: -; bid ; the : year, [email protected]%c- ; southern
white corn, : 6G(5H39c. ' - \ ' " „
\ Oats-Quiet; . No. 2 white, [email protected] ; No. 2
mixed. [email protected]%c. "."".,-• "" v ; ' ' ' „
Rye— Steady: -,No. 2, " [email protected]%c: No. 2
western. ,55®55i4c. • " '"r. ; ...
Butter— Firm, and higher; fancy imita
tion [email protected] fancy creamery, [email protected];
fancy ladle, 16(gl8c. " .'- . .
Eggs— Firm - and unchanged.
Cheeses-Firm and unchanged.
Sugar— Firm and unchanged. .
MISCELLANEOUS MARKET.
NEW YORK COTTON: OIL MARKET.
NEW YORK, October 2.— Cotton seed oil
was steadily held on spot in absence of
offerings. Prime crude* f. 0. b. mills,
2S®29c. ; ; prime summer, yellow. [email protected];
off summer yellow, 3Sc; prime white, 44c;
prime winter yellow, '44c. . . ■
NAVAL STORE MARKETS. .
WILMINGTON. N. C October 2.-r
Spirits Turpentine— 47%c. bid; receipts, 45
casks. ■ ■ * '■■''*"■
Rosin— Steady at $1.15<g51.20; receipts,
237 barrels. . - .
Crude Turpentine— Firm at 51.60 and
52.60; receipts, 78 casks. '":••-: ' -': '
Tar— Firm at $1.40; receipts, 74c. . .
SAVANNAH. GA., October
tine—Firm at 48V4c. : ; receipts, 1,004 casks;
sales. 799 casks; exports, 194- casks. ... -
Rosin— Firm; >. receipts. 2,809 barrels;
sales, 1,213 barrels; exports, 3,331 barrels.
Quote: A. B, C, and D, $1.25; E»
FlLeSiG.^l^: H. $1.65; I, $1.90; X, J2.50;
M ?3.00: N, $3.40 ; window-glass. $3.63 ;
water-white. $4.00. -. ' • ,-'"'
CHARLESTON'S. C-, October 2.—Tur
pentir/e and^Rosin— Unchanged.
NEW. 'YORK DRY-GOODS , MARKET.
NEW YORK.- October 2.— There has
be/en a very quiet market on the spot to
day -owing .to -the-' Jewish -New* Year holi
day, few fall buyers being in attend »nce.
No other change can be noted for either
staple or fancy lines" of cotton goods.
Silks and ribbons are firm, but with de
mand moderate. ;
MARINE INTEJI.IiIGEXCnE.
PORT OF RICHMOND, OCTOBER 2, 1002.
„ ARRIVED. . .
Steamer^- Berkeley, Catherine, Norfolk,
merchandise and passengers; Old Domin
ion Line. ?■"■ ; ■ • ■ : _ i „
; Steamer Pocahontas, Graves, = Norfolk
and James river landings, merchandise
and pasaeng&rs; Virginia Navigation Com-
P Steamer Winyah. Simmons, Philadel
phia, Pa., merchandise and passengers,
Clyde Line. ■■'■
- SAIIjED -
Steamer Berkeley.: Catherine, Norfolk,
merchandise and passengers; Old Domin
ion Line.'. ,': ,> /
PORT' OF- NEWPORT NEWS, VA:,
OCTOBER 2, 1902.
. (By telegraph.)
: ■; -.'-■. -arrived. ;.:;/'■; ' . • '
Barge Mary C." McNally, Philadelphia.
Schooner Deraory Gray, New York.
. SAILED..-, .
Barge EnosSoule, Norfolk.
PORT OF BERMUDA* HUNDRED, VA.,
V OCTOBER 2, 1962. ';
(By telegraph.)
SAILED. .-
Barge Experiment, Joseph, loaded with
lumber, Philadelphia, Pa. j
Schooner Henry W. May, Douglas, load
ed with lumber, City Point. Va.
THE BANK. OF ENGLAND
RAISES DISCOUNT RATE.
Increase front 3 to 4 Per Cent*— lilt
Only Brings Rate to Bins
•"!■■,;. ■ ■■. ' •' '" ; : : teveiJ* ;': .:.:'- : . .:
LONDON, Oct. 2.— Tba Bank of Eng
land's rate of discount was: increased
from 3 to 4 per cent, to-day. The advance
had, in a great measure, been anticipated
in consequence of the; stringency in thai
money market and the depletion (of gold,
as shown by the report of the Bank of
England. Consequently its effect was laodt
eratel Prices declin ed fractionally lin all
the leadingvdepartments'under the lead of :
consols, "which lost; one-eighth of a point*
Opinion in Lombard' street favored an
advance:, of; ;.a full point, r as it
was claimed that -the /time": for pre
cautionary measures . ■-had arrived.;
Notwithstanding ' Secretary • Shaw's
measures, a strong demand » f or j p^r j gold j
for 1 the " States ; continuea.Tand Egypt and
South America are : also customers. \\ •■ : '"'-'
■>i The general ; ppinioh ■of i the"; leadin g ' : LonV.
don ; bankers (tended \ to the /belief \ that • the
NewiTorkj market : rightly * summed upj the
situation \ by, lendinsr a; stronger tone 'to jse- )
purities. All well-informed; quarters were
practically "sure ' that : there .would ■?. be /a;
rise \in the 'i rate and had" taken "; measures
accbrdiriglyV^Onei iOf^the7 ; largesti ; Anglo-:
lAmerican \ financiers ; said ; to a fepresenta- "i
live jof the Associated Press":
Ir^TheiraiseTonlyr brought tttiQl rate i to = its]
right; leyel;^l^ouldrhotit»e:aurprised;at[al
further- ; Increase. 1 asStheSformerJ nominal?
bank ; rate 'was i considerablyj below Jseyeral ;
transactions .' which ?:occurred?during the
last : few days." '
Il.Th'e f. i orthcoming^ Japanese loan Is | not
lik^yttp'sCTlouslyiaffect/^e'kpld'BituaUoiii]
inAthelUnUed States. The payments Jare ■
yxpect^Hp^ba;«ten4^foy»ra'i'(i»x^daraL^
We f p«rlo£ % <MMili»ukccf wU| ; I
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kJIMMUIM JLJctmV UM M\MksiMMMIUIM%J
Deposit your savings with « Solid Institution. Tie strongest int&ftSontn,
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UNDIVIDED PROFIT, • - WOO^QOak)
DEPOSITS, - - - - -$1,400000.00
.. .. .:.-■-..-■:■ • -DIRECTORS. ''■-:■/
VIRGmroS irEWTON, R. T. ARRINGTOIf , Jr^; B.ALSOP, .T. WV PEkBER!KKf
• If. W. BOWE, CHAS. DA¥EaPORT,r;jiB.Ba4SLBY. -
sw^ug^^soxeiua. LOANS negotiated;
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OP AKY BANKOR TUTTST* icOMPAKXINTHE SOUXHiiB^ STATES;
Richmond Trust and
Safe Deposit Company,
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Capital amfcSurpius, $1^10,000.00
■ Execute* l^usts. Receives Deposits from $r.oa and Upwards.
Allows 3 per cent, interest on Baity Balances; Subject ta Chack.
.. - Accounts Solicited. / (despondence In^e^v-
T3STO. SKELTOW WILLIAMS, , I^WIS D-- CSEWSBAW", ji»
■■;.-■• .'President. : : -'- ; .' v -'. "^ ': Xwaaaxer. .
w JAMES H. DGCMCBY, KBSRY L;CABELL,V :
; ... '_'.-[' ■;-.:--- -.'■ ■ ■ Vice-Pre&ideirts. ■; - " "^ : -: ;
The Savings Bank
of Richmond.
HIT East Main .Strait, Meif to Hoie! Lexington. t
THE IHSTITUTISM F3R THE PEOPLE.
Deposits in sums o! ONE DOLLAH AKD UPWARDS
EECEIVEB AND INTEEEST FALLOWED; Loans mad©
on Seal Estate. Negotiable paper discouoted. .
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JAMES m BAlL, ■■Caih.ler.'T^;], : ...;.-.:.;j.----.:::..
saving a portion of your earnings, be it ever «o
small. It will help you provide for . the proverbial
"rainy-day,' 'or later years in fife, and add to
your comfort. It is the duty of every parson,
young and old, to save something:. If you are not
already a depositor at this tank, we invite yoa ta
becomeone. ; .
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DO
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S. Ealsskf, President. W^ Sray Walfson » Sash.
TRANSFERS OF PROPERTY.
In Richmond: : Cornelius Bosher and
wife to Mary Emma ; Fidler. 33 feet on west
side Twenty-seventh street, northwest
cotner O street; $1,700.
C. Camp and wife to Philip
Taylor. 24 9-12 ; feet on east side Third
street. No. 521 north; 55.7
I,ewis Ginter's executors to George "W.
Tiller, 1 75-12 feet "on sooth side Leigh
street/ 62 6-12 feet from southwest corner
Graham street ; 5700.
J. E. Jones and wife to Ro. W. Ander
son; 20 ' feet on west side Third street; .be
tween Leigh and Jackson street ; 51,800.
H. R. Pollard. Jr.. and wife, to Nannie A.
Algenon S. ; James H-'.Jr.. Pauline "W..
and Lewis C Grant. 22^ feet on north
side Park avenue, 15? feet east of Birch
street; $5,500/ : ':: : .
George P. Pearman and wife to J. "W.
Maker. 33 feet on east side Twenty-eighth
street, 65 feet south of Broad street; $1,600.
A. E. and John L. Sims to C. ; D. Duke,
31 feet on south side jvlain street, 53 feet
west of Lombardy street; $1,420.
Mrs. Martha Allen and Lewis W. Wise
to Katharine' R.B. Warren, 25 feet on
north . side Grace . street, 8-1 feet west of
Allen avenue;; $1,400.
"William Webster .and. wife and Joseph
Terrer to Jotm ■ Washington Hughes, :2S
feet on west side Thirtieth street, 98 feet
north of Q street; 522 G.
In-Henrico: John H. Brown and wife
to John C. Easiey. W interest ; in 66 feet
on south side Main street, 58 feet west of
Sycamore. street; $1,500. , * ;
John C. Easiey to John H. Brown. 1134
acres about three -• miles ; ; from Richmond
on the Charles City road, subject to de«d
of, trust for 5700; $750.
? Fairmount Land Company^ to George B.
Wood, 50 feet ion east plde Twenty-third
street, 25 feet south' of. T street; ?500.
H. P. Misefedu and wife and John A.
Lamb, sub-trustee, to J. M. Hall. S3O feet
1 on east side Jefferson avenue, about one
mile east of Richmond; $450. '
GALIiAGHER STAYS OUT.
Belfast Mannfsctarer Not In the To
bacco''Combination.
Mr. Thomas Gallagher, of Belfast, Ire
land, Is -in Richmond, .; and .will v remain
here several ? days for the ; purpose, it is
stated.- of -entering a fight: against the
Imperial Company and the • American To-
Company. v ~. :
He is a member of the Gallagher:To
bacco : Company, : Limited. At present ; fhjs
is only- a rehandline center of the con
cern.; Mr; Gallagheriis alleged to have
said that he fwould not form?a combina
tion, and that hl3 company ? would "re
main independent of/ other concerns.:
: With his cigarette, the "Gold Plate,"
Mni Gallagher will enter the field against
the combined forces 0f .". ; the > : American'
Tobacco Company and 'the ; Imperial To
baccbSCompany-" N ot only 'will he ."com
pete? for "-the c traded InvEngland, 3 buf ; he
will ''place ''his wares, on American ;mar T ;
kets, and may'erect' aVfactory in Rlch^
rnond. \ . '- ' :" : ■": ' ; ' :
; . Medicnli Stndenti^>Receptlon.y ;
The students « of the Medical College "of
•Virginia -were* tendered j atl most j delichtful
; reception ■;.? las t V evening ■;/.■ by H the T J Young
Men's Christian i. organization 5
of > the v colleee."- IThe S exercises I s were Sheld '
in (the • lecturer oom j of! the j Second' Baptist;
church. >-Dr. s " Christopher, j Tompkinal pre
sided, "R-The room Vwaa I Oiled ; with I thel stu-'
dents,^the^faeuity^and|ithelri:frlends.w^
most : delightful : programme iwaa ) rendered;:
rAddreaaes fof JwelcoroelTirere 1 mad« ! to phtr
students ibyiHonriGeorjreißryan.^Rev.tDr,?
Cedl^ ana-Dr.^Willlam tPAMatthewa^aTliel
; audi en<se E"were I|very.| appreciative 1 of a the.
■vocal^muslc^solexaulsnelyisrenderedAby.
FAnnie^PenlclcilandlFranclsfDlgics^
and'; Messrs.*?} liftman 1 and William iTrlb^
ifettr,- ' . JBged
•IfAftwrJtJiti^MdirflMefjsindj mwAc.%T^tea^
iiowitsPiWSKp.W'Wßri *•<! ftU I" enjoyed.% •
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Lancas!er& Lucke
BAHKEBSM BROKERS,
11 07 Main St., Richmond, Hfe*
Dealers In all Local Secu
rities and those dealfc in
other /markets. Investraoxit
aeburities a specialty,
Business and
Personal taounts
SOIICITEDBY
THE STATE BANK
OF VIRGSNIA,
Mil EAST Mm STREET,
Richmond. Va,
2iSU3b&§ 111 LiUfliii
We will loan you money in anyaum
from §ro up, on the building and loaa
association plan, on your houseaoM
furniture, pianos, &c, and allow you to
pay us back in monthly instalments in
amounts to suit ycur convenience. • Ho
eacpense unless loan is made, and rigid
confidence always observed.
TIDEWATER LOAB AMD TRUST CO.,
Suite 33 t Third Flcor, Merchants* National
Bank BoUding, Ixo3 E.KTain Street.
T*k» elevator." ; ;"":; r - : . ' -■•,'-' - "as 6«iy
THE
First National Bank
OF ISICII3IONI>, VA,
United States, Siata, and
City DaposHory.
CAPITAL 4HO PROFITS OVER
OME KILLiOH DOLUHS.
Deposit accounts. of corporatioas t firms,
ladmduals^bjßks, and bankers xtcdjj*!:
on. favorable terms. ;■■.■ ■■'■■^- ,
Coßectioa ; ? and \ telegraphic % txaosfcra *ot,
pioney : maae"Qnallpciats..;. £ .-^^B
g- TravslJora'land 9 Commarcial i|l,«t^»t»loC
Credit issced/arailablfr iaf all I parts of .tlw \
lateraatibnal Ck^tte»:-;" : .l^^^^
tl United Stat»«BondJiPoteigaaodEll«aiii;
;^'EtebM|ieboogataa4Mld. c / .
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