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FND BUOYANT
jCTtyfi nX» AKIMATIOX I?T THE ; I^TB
DEALINGS.
ioiilMi^wMHi^^ 8
' c*n ; Rite ■- *t - 'no' -Tlm« ;' nigrher ' Than
; 6^ Per ' C«nt^-:«nd s ßefore? the CIo»e
'- " ' ' " : ' '„ ■»*
SiONnW/vTOß^fJanuary;.6.--The: advance
i|n the Btoclt market continued to-day.
' In- a. rather, irregulnr . way for a time,
'but with a' burst of. animation, and; buoy
1 In the> late dealings. The ' Clearing:
financial skies made the underlying basis
■ for' the movement,, "supplemented -by a
' • number- of special- Influences on Indl
vidual:-.stocks or gTOupsj- of -stocks. The
cfill money rate was?at- no time higher
fS^Sianf 6 Jper.': cent_. : - fell-^oelow- that ' figure
r> Quite * normally, and* late ;> In-; the day got
■ : v as" low" as 4 per cent., '-/but' ,- with the day's
demand then mostly satisfied.:: There was
5 cV fair : : supply of 'both; grain and cotton
:-;Trfils In the exchange- market.- and: pur
';£ chases 'of stocks ;. here ' : ; for • .London ac
:„• count;' though' on ■■&) small scale, .made
v come- additional supply of exchanse
.: < TJbe;'demand .'at the '"same:' time 1 was very
I? £.-' moderate,*. «o that' prices fell away easily.
■ The 'knowledge of 'the^ impending Issue of
K'- number 'of lmportsint}.BOvernment loans
Ebfoad. added to -the/ likelihood of; the
:?:■; talllne: of credits. . For/; this ■ reoeon the
'- course- of the foreign f exchange markets
Is -viewed ' wltli especial satisfaction.
, All departments of the local money mar
;k«t showed .a much easter- tendency, . and
commercial paper ; was In quite ' active
demand. -Reports from, the interior cen
tres also showed money mar
■:•.;■• Itets developing; there. - Reports . from
Tittsburff of the ot the
proposaa rnalleable.irbni combination were
protaptly acceptedf; as l sympathetic of -a
■ ixalt-i-in'.Oie" creation of ; new securities,
•; -ead-j-of "largo syndicate;; borrowings for
their"; flotation. 'The : personality of the
money' lenders, under whose < offerings
the! curr>entv,has: broken 1 down, was ac
■;*eepted' as 'evidence that the so-called
;■■:-• larcoj Interests;: have - ceased . >to frown
. fpon the efforts to advance the' prices of
!; :: . BtOCkS. .:..'. -' ■ '*"'/*'."
SPECIAL BULL. ' FACTORS.
Add to- these, general -considerations a
;' ■n'umber.'ofr gratifying^ reports^ of weekly
i^-BTO6s\ earnings : by. railroads, a ■ large
. growth In; tlie'corn moveineh t,\ large earn
i v Ings in ; the' electricalTindustry. assertions
0. that 7 the '\ Union" Pacific ' : has settled its
labor, 1 troubles, vague -reports of. an:' ln
1 -..:..;■■.'. tended fnewT stockUssue? by Canadian i ; Pa
•.•■-••• elfic,". renewed -.'"gossip"; of -early action of
C,? the; authorized^ Str~Paul stock •■ Issue.v the
r. : jrepofted restoration of the ; factor • ; plan
Jfein; -.the-^ Sugars trade,- and van; Increase in
■.; : :.rtbe dividend r-'e on " : the'' common stock
the American; CarJ Company, and it
i** Xi 11 -.be seen . that there > wa s a pretty vcon-o].\:v con
o].\: kj* cuous'.'; basis for bulliah - speculators
*} :o operate oh. The' Judicial • check met by
V Ciho";Wflbash ■ in its i%o enter Pitts-'
■§-;. burg," had an ; unfayorablefeffect on; Wa
5;::-l)3Eh,and the antbraclto: roads were" af
;^::fectcd-;by reports- of ki large' engagements
; ; 'of * cbai ; for import.'^There .was I conslder-
' ' able prbflt-tJakings at times, but- the mar
■ Uct very., general ly responded ■• to thej final j
' dp-rush; of -prices..-- ' >;};' . ■ : .- ; '
ip^Ttie'i active i'deallngs; in stocks drew at
i'tention somewhat : from the bond market,
f^-fe but' prices; there were generally:firm:,;To
fstal?jSales. par value,' ;53,430.000; ; United
:*6tates y ; bonds i were "'.' all ; unchanged on
-p: thVj. last call. '. '..'.-!•*.; : ■"'■-'■"••;. .". ■-;:--
The: sales of Etockßlwere:l.l7S.4oo shares.
I/ HONEY ANDJBXCHANGB. , i
Money ion call steady^ at ?4&\ per. cent.;
li^closlngJofferedatfiTper. centr.Time money',
':i '"easier; "sixty das ; s.*,s ,' 1-2 ; per; cent. ; ninety
?::'*iaya, li i 5 : 1-2 v per cent.; | six i months. [email protected] ; 1-2
?! t>rime^ mercantile 'M -paper. '5%1§6 per cent;
. " Sterling, [exchange .:• easy. ■ with actual:
\~-' btnslness in bankers' 'i bills'- 'at?;, sl^6.so®
l 3 4.8655 for demand." 'and ' afc"54.83;[email protected]
'■■-, for sixty days. Posted grate's." -.4.84; 1-2 and
'■■'- iSI : l-2; cbmmerdalV bills. [email protected]^3 1-4. ; '
i ? ? "Bar silver, >43 r 3-8.. ' Mexican- dollars,"
'•8 1-4. . ' " - '. ■
|t^Crovernment bonds," .-steady; Railroad
|£t^aads,Hflrnu ; :-^-.--.:ri:;nf -.-..I '■' '" .'"■ ■".V. ':-'•/
~-\ WALL STREET TIPS. !
American stocks r'in:' London firm. -' W
to ;l-2. above; parity; : ':^ /^, . :.'.■ -. . : : ~J
fet Reported ;: third^dlvidend . V of the Appel
?' late ; decide "against constltu
; of Ford- Franchise .:tax{law.
pailtep^irted I combination /of- M;r K. &?T.,
■^ jMton* and Chicago .Terminal denied In
■ *■%>:'. "'.-.''.. '.- ' - . ■ '
,%'U -Advance in real estate In Chicago help-;
|i* Jnpr ; Chicago Terminal." •' v .. ,
' pool V formed ■< to -'. dlKlrlbute • Mex.,
- : <^atl6naty"-.v..; : .. ; 5-' '. ':J.Xj"v ""•' : '- £•'■ '"
f^V. Western: speculators': bullish/ on SL Paul.
: Boston -authorities;' say, 13 cent copper
vould^ mean over production. ' v
Twenty-two -ro^dsv for" fourth week ' D
ecember shows average i gross ■■ .-. increase
:^." 14.41 'percent^" ,-'.- : -~±~~-- z " -C. :■■■'■■' " '" . . '. '■■'■
ii|3|; Governor. Odell ! denies he ) Is to be presi
[&|<eT»t!of'theiPaclfic'Maii;f:;>--;:;:: .-: : : '■:'■.;
plenUfuli.in ,,loan; . crowd, but
o /ateaf easier.:' 'SX.-.K^ :-•'.' : - ; \;-<- ; 'Z\-'^i
l \-. ; Chlea'go V banks i largo 1 lenders:- of money,
iltn's-New ' Tork. ' '■■ ;i -;>;-;■; : ;• ■:•'■ • J . ;
Rock ft Island j officials; report somewhat
L jsaßierTcareituatlon.v ;j:; j: ■■ ■'-.-.,- \*,
$$$ Car,' ebortage still; serious jin- grain dls-
"Ira-.v:.^.:.J" I ra-.v:.^.:.J ■ '.
t>S2 "Denver ■■■ November- surplus : decrease, s43.-
Wi29.'^- ; ' v " :; ""' ■ :- y •'-'■ '■■ '■'/■-■ '■'■'■'■ ■;■/"■
;%; Southern >rallway r : fourth ; week r>ecember
: f < -;;7 ■;■■ . .:/,:'■ : ':.•.:,■;....■
I>% From! July> Ist; iincrease^ 52.137.517. :
a§S Chesapeake and .Ohio, fourth week in«
|^ay»se.H TOontb 1 ! Increase; $141,000.
• on va'i4; per cent;
MStasJs"on(the*common;6t6ek. : ;.;i ;1 :.- ,;t-^:-\ 'i\\.
i&t ItSwask thought;. TJiJJ^ Taylor •• andtMr.
I vlKwne ■■ were* responsible for ' etrength : in
?silThloht-PaclnC:r::'t './"• : - -..* - >: ' "'-'."' ; ' "'::-" ■
.• . - Reported i Canadian >Paclflc hadrsecured
mi the ' fast f Atlantic'; sef vice.'l" which no doubt
"{the :. stoclr : strong^T- r -S - ;.' , ■;■; ■' ■ ' . . " .
- ■ *""" Accbrdlng ■ to" surf ace \ everj'
f%st>6&y£. isf" workingi; forC a\ recession, but
; ' I stocta?, seem ; to » be absorbed these
]'s *} ldvelsvV^and 'j, remarkable ssudden, case "i in;
about^ by*
Inclines :<: <- one ; '• tot. look
for.a; resumptio^of; at moderate advance
almost? any l time. \ ; .
feifs Roora i? traders -■ are^; working for *a; reac-
9 : :.: 7; . • , *. Richmond, Ya., November I, 1902.
I have this day transferred the Insurance Business he'etofo'e conduoted by
ifMfit'i ZOOjEast Main Street, to Davenport & Oo^ General Agents of the Liver
/pool and LondcyuihdjGlo)^^
■*hall be henojsrorth'atsbbiated with them, at the last named addres», £ \*fiero
|1 thali fbel prepiired; better, than ever J before; toiaervti^valita^oMly^tKelin^
of atrwhp have entruited their business in this line to me for attention^
I beg to own my appreciation of the patronage with which I have been fivored,
and to solicit further order.- " - iwßFPT^P^TDt^no^
Pg^jh^M;JfJiMt^Ny:t^gtliJmed
seryioea and :buslne»».*i Hi»: pitront ihd : bur own may feel assured "of a contii
ifaiK* of the punctual and faithful attention which hat heretofore be«n given to
; :PAVENPpRTv& CO., GENERAL AGENTS,: &$m
!!: UVERPOOLANbaONDON AND GLOBE INSURANCE COMPANY, i
lar-froni the first— thissale of ". .-„
Fine Boys' <ntf Children s
C/iotning
AT, IN MOST INSTANCES.
Actually Half -Price!
We're in for a complete xlearance^and
we've pricedi ced the garments to : accomplish' it
$4 and $5 Suits and :■ Overcoats, <jf#y rry
all styles, at .l.^V-' V-^i*M»*s>V
$6 arid $7 Suits and Overcoats, tt'i friV
all styles, *t
$7* 88, and $9 Suits and Overcoat^, in fact.
practicali^thepickof oiireiitire stpck/ijj n f\f\
■ , in this sale, at #s>»vU
Kioses' Camel's Hair Tam-o'-SliaiiterE* ; 25c. ' ■-
OH Rprrv &«i C^o
Men khd Boys* Outfitters^
tion, and they ' may be ; successful: to a
small 'degree, but it is ■ believed it' will ■be
more ;in the nature;of:;specific^decllnes;
and that In meantime specialty" advances
will be 1 witnessed; ; : ;; . :-. •; '.-'"•-'?' ... '. ;.V V .' : .; ?f;
j The : best •information points to; a- bull
market ' for the- remainder, of the month,
unless conditions suddenly change, -. '."" : '
OUTLOOK FOR MONEY.
It;fs said that, the rate for .time , money ;
was ' reduced -.to 5 1-2 : per.. cent" for" four, to'
six;months by Chicago ihstitutions. which
placed considerable amounts, at 'that rate.
Bankers v admit that the >tone of the
money market Is. easier, than "they ; ex
pected it to be-soEoon after; the -turn of
the year. and. with money coming to New-
York from the interior in ilargre amounts,
the prospect ■; is ■; considered good ; for a
steady -4 to 5 per cent; rate both a_t "call,
on time, and on commercial ; paper until
something /happens to draw currency;
away: from New : York. ." \ ' : ' .- L\ .
.' An -easier ' tone - is.- reported ■in all the
"European ' money, markets, ■ arid -' a; ; much
more cheerful -view;. of ; the situation is
taken every where."';,;; : ' , ; ■ ■ /-*
COTTOjyiOSSIP. ._ : .
Liverpool cables were disappointing. : but
our ■ 'market ', opened ; at about- the : p;reyiqus
night's close, and held ; .well : all V day;£ad^
.vancirig.3;-to:s■.points.;-Liverpool ■evidently"
believes, , if the: census; report^ is correct,
cotton ...will see -higher ".-; prices.:. V-f. .
ITheodoreH. Price said: -I; am In receipt
of a ' great many telegraphic . inquiries -as
to why; 1., have 'changed my "opinion' in 'con-,
riection to the ■ market. My reply Is v that
In . nine ■: cases "out of - ten Van : advance .; of
1 cent a pound. ; such as we have ■ just ; ha d
in the cotton : market has 3 always been
followed '.by/a. 'decline of :a.t'_least. 1-2 cent.'
.: This ., was the 'case last year.' 'the year
before; ■ and .-the year ■: before .; that. The
statistical position . > In each, case was as
strong "as it now appears. ;; • -! - : , ■
' My second reason is that 9 cent a 'pound
for cotton ils -above;: the average* of .'.the
past ten /years,-- and (that 1 1' must "have"a :
decided "effect? on consumption. ; • f
My third reason is that the speculation
ls;exceedirigly; apathetic' in : every f quarter
of , the trade, r and there- is no immediate
scarcity of : cotton any? further.- advance
must ' depend upon speculative : >; buying,
which, at -present, it seems impossible to
induce. :':">". ■"". '■;';. . "... '■;['.- •.';'.•'.-'..• . .'
OUTSIDE^SECURITIES.
The. market for unlisted securities yes
terday produced but few interesting: fea
tures, and In . this respect : did npt com
pare, favorably with the market on the
previous day; There was a"; stronger un
dertone, biit "pricetchanges.f.unllkeithose
of Monday, were largely .fractional.-, Spe
culation: .was reduced ; slightly,, in '•; several
of , the- recently ; active; stocks. -but showed
a small ■ increased in btlier.: directions. 1 ;
: . Standard ; Oil % exhibited :■ strength. , rising
from 74S t0.750, or 4 points above Monday's
close. The transactions : amounted to about
115; shares . :; :.-;;., -v ;::..-;;.:;;:■■.;
American Can preferred .added a net
gain of 3-4 of a point to : i ts ~ recent':: rise.
There was a broader^ inquiry for the stock
also. About :, 1.500 shares 't. 'changed ■; handsj
first between 50 1-2 1 and 51 1-S, and ; later, at
51.; the best: price in some time. Abbut^SOO
shares of .. the common -was interchanged
at 113-4. „'••" ' -' v - \':-r:'':' : - "' ;
; .Virginia Coal and ; Coke , improved ; to the
ejetent ''■ of S-S of a : point; 1 purchases of, 300
shares! at * 33 1-2 and 33 7-8 being '
The '" bonds $30,000 sold between 70 and
703-4. v ';•' .- . -■■; : - / . . ;'; ;'v ;
• Seaboard . Air-Line common .i at
'277-s'--:: '-;..;.; -„-: ." . . . -v -
GRAIN_NOTES. . . -
There was only; a ; moderate 'trade in
wheat ; to-day, and; '.opening prices .-were
about v unchanged. May being '■ unchanged
to V shade **higher.' '" ,- , V • " V; '
Local traders ; favored '- the Ijuyirig" side,'
but: the ! support (from (other > sources \was
lacking.- and; in', consequence., the market
eased'off. i ' \ ,\
L: Strong; Cables" arid smaller, receipts than
had:; been- expected ■ caused (a - strong tone
In : corn ' and v May opened . a shade F- to ; 1-S
higher -at 43 S : 4>to; 43 [email protected] There <was
a - good n- d emand - f rom ',- provision 'interest
and for 'export account, and; thefmarket
held . firm. ■ ; ; ; - -:"■':' : : -'' .-.H'-v;. i :^yr:-'fy~-,-:'-<M' : "
THE BALTIMORE MARKETV:
■■■'• BALTIMCJI^; V MD.^ January- r6.i-r(Spe
clal.)-pTh*e - local ; strong } at
about ' highest! prices of -ithe* day y-.".^-^'^.".'^*/;
- !; Seaboard ' : Air-Line?, common - closed :-; at
. : ' 1838),
MEMBERS N. Y. STOCK EXCHANGE
MEMBERS IF yVcOTTONEXCHANGE
PRIVATE WSBES TO
PRINCIPAL MARKETS.
toveslmeni Securities
'.".'- A SPECIAtIY.
13S [email protected], no sales. The, first instalment
The 'preferred closed 41 [email protected] 1^2, sales of
150-;at;44'l-4. v. ; : ; , : ', %'/;< '.; : ■ ../;."
-Coast; Line common; closed
138 [email protected], jno sales. oThe 5 first instalment
paid j closed , 45 [email protected] 7-B,^ sales of 15 : shares
at 46/' ;;: _ " . ; , ■
The rest of the ; list, closed at top.
NEW YORt< STOCKQUOTATIQNS
; Quotation's/ furnished by '-Thomas" Branch
;/& Co., Bankers and Brokers,*
, Members • New > York 'Suick -and Cotton
{ . Exchanges. ,\ •
aY, . o « Opening. Closing.
American^ Snuff. : c0m......... : .... tizTA
.American- Snuff, .pref.. ......-..;.: 55
American J Can, c0m........... 11% "11"
American Can,!- pref.. :...... .." ; 50=6 50
: American. Cotton Oil.^com:.. ; 45 •• 45
'American: Loco., .c0m......... 29% 30%
'American iLoco., .pref......... 94% - 94V&
■ American - -Sugar - ..•.;;... .-. .... i^:
American. Smelters C 0......... 43 • 431/,
! Amalgamated \Copper .......'.: W& - 65&
-Anaconda Mining -C0 '..;..-. 100 101*4
: Atchison, .-. common - :-.~i: ...... t<s ,
•Atchison, preferred :........ .loiVi 102
Baltimore; and .0hi0....... htiiy&'ilozft
Baltimore" and Ohio, pref.... 5)4« r 94
Canada? Southern' ;........-.... ..^- 77
Chesapea«e.:.and^hio... ...:..< 49% sou
i Chi. ;:. and '; Great 1 , Western . ... . . r- 29% 29 '
Chi.-;* Mil.^and iSt. -nPau1....... 17y% .'iS2%
Ch .; - ; R. ■ 1. . and Pacific, com . . •;■ &)& fai>|
'H^ L sW'- an i £ ac l flc ' ?«*•"• V*3ft"."' Ss^
C, : C, C. and . St. 11 - L0ui5. . . . . . 97% 9y%
Colorado Fuel and 1r0n::.... ' S2 • fciy,
Colo.vand Southern, 'c0m..... -30% ''•„,:£
Colo.and Southern, ; Ist prtf...../ 71?
Colo.*, and I Southern, 2d-pref.. 4G4 46
Consolidated Gas .............. 2is4 ■• 22u%
Consolidated ;;,Tob., 4 p. c. 67% ; 67^
Consolidated a.Tod.. pref.:. . • li§
Delaware and -' Hudson.::.:... 173" '■■ w
Del.; ■ Lack.i and .Western . .... .- 2G3V. ' V 265
Erie; common ":-....-.... :...-..... 39 r sy%
Erie. Ist preferred •.;......:.:. iu&£ 6iS
General /Ei'cctnc ■...:..;......„ i 05%":. li>/
. Illinois >' Central ; .'...-..;•. ...;:.-.' 14s „ . '149%
Kanawha: and 46^' 4ti J A
Manhattan 1 .■..'.. 1 ..'.. 150 •"-'•■ ■ 150 ■"■
Metropolitan .--.;. ..... ■■'. .... . ; ;. . 141% v*
Mex., Central.'vist incomes. . . ;: 27^. ; : . ; 27%
Jviissourii Pacific ;..... .......;.iO9 iiwl
Mo.,'.Kan..:and Texas, pref.. 61? i 61»i
:New-; York- Centra 1...... ..-;..;. Is»u ' 153«
N.vvY:,-Ont.- and .'.Western.... 32? i.' 32%
Norfolk;and-TVestern..v.:..... ,75ja ;; - 757?
Norfolk and ' Western,, pref.. 92 " 90-
North American C0. :;....;... fH9 :'j - 117 V*
spacific-Maii;-.:..;.;; r..v:;:.;-.- >4i\ . 41^
Pennsylvania V;:..;:.. /.:..... .^155%: -.157 C
People's : Gas ..:.:::....;:; ... ...Hj3% 104%
Reading. Ist preferred........... SSM- &«%
Reading. ,2d ■ prelVrred."...v:.'. :Bl': 8l' 79%
; Republic Steel; c0m...:."..-.... : 20% 20%
: Republic ■ S teel, - pref ."iV1 . . . .... 7P "; . •
San : Francisco .......^. :........ :73%: 73% 72%
:San' Francisco; ;T2dJ pref :;.".:;. :i'7l%"-- :71: 71 "
St:;L. .Southwestern;: pref.... 641J/ ci?''«
Southern: -^Pacific >■-.": .-;-'.v.-; :-.:... 66- : ff/4
Seaboard 'Air-Line, .com : .; : . ; " 28 ' :"■'.'-
Seaboard ■} Air-Line, ;;pref .7. ... 44*<. ].\ :'> 44 •
Southern; Railway .~..:^........5 3554 36
Southern "" Railway; pref . ;. . . . >. 949: " - 94s'
Standards Oil JiVv;. ;>:■*.;:;.■;..; 749^* 7W '*
Tennessee^ Coal: and 1r0n... .^ 64V ;:--64?i; :--64?i-
T^xas.;and^Paclflc... ...:..-....-. 42 i. '- %>s>
Union; Pacific, -com.... 1 ..-.:.... ioi?4' 103*
Union ~ Pacitic,- oref . .-. .;.::■".". . ; -■'■■ 9332 -"'■ - 0314.
United^States^Leather^com:. '^l3 ' > tm :
■ United > States ■;: Steel.- com. r- . .{> '■ 3S^ ).V- ■ spl^
United^States: J Steel,:pref.«:..v:-BSii l: tr $S>H
Va.-Car.::Chemical; -bom::..:v-"64% V 64 u
a i; ' ' Ch^F ; • P ref • — • •• • -la 121
iWabash.^ preferred :.:-::.... ;45« 45 ■
Western- .- Union , . Telegraph: . . - 59 ,,. = ;' : - '.;.' S9%^
V -^Offered.'
1 ' .» „ /.-, Bonds.
. lUnited'fStates'lrefu riding '2's, reg^::v: 10S%
= United States j refunding 2's,*: coupon:: lOt>y
' H n l! e^ tates v. s ' s^ registered:- : . ; V;-. lOts^
i United States : 3 s,;, coupon ... : i-.v:-;-; nc;u»s
United registered;^ :- r 135%'
United r? Stateslnewi 4 s.-'f coupon; . .v.v 135 3 "
United £ States:;old i 4^. ■ reg/r.-.-'. ; : ;v:. ! .': . 109%
United s States old •■ 4's; JcouponlT.t'.Tr. V 109%
United -= States s s's; a regisiertd: ; .V.r.. r-lfcv
United; States »' s*s. v : coupon r;:;--; ; r.': = .'.-; v .: 103%^
Atchjson,;gcneral ..4's-,.i;^.'.i....:.;r.. 10.;%
j Atchison. ; ad justment "4's -T.: . ; ; :.;:;; : «2 ;*:
1 Baltimore? and : ; Ohio ? 4's'v*'; ;■.-;.". ; ; . vv:- 10^ S- :
r ßaltimore 'and? Ohio^3%'s '~:'M:r.'; ••;■;*". V ;■• 94 •■
:Baltimore land; Ohio rconv.f l*s v. ':: . ! ' H ' iotj - '
I Canada* Southern >2's -■-:: iw::. '. 2. :v. ■ ; 108 -
; Central. of -Georgia :s's : 107
{ Central | of | Georgia^ 2dl: !ncqmes;; : .v;: 37%^
iCentral |of £ Georgia?-«lst c ; iricomesr: 4 :?: -
I.ChPsnpeake^ and « OhfoS 4%'s;; :::..'..■:--.- iO3Ti
; Chicago J and j-Alton c 3%'s i-.-. 4 -. ';: -. ?^S^m7B%
|uni.v^iJur.vandSQuincyanew.s4's?S.^-.V"94Si
; ChLn s MU:3 and S St'vPaul ? genJ^'s;-:^:' 111% ;
|Chlcago;andi; North western"? cbn.'47's.';i 135 rv
Chl.'.ißockf Island >-andiPaclflCf.4 t .a:^?? ! .i ; lo7^f
lC.;%C.JtCJsand iiSt< Louis ?gen/ 4's^v: :vV 99^
IChtcaßdyrerminal i VafX f: :i.: i. v.-.^ ! ;? 84 H£
iColorado land? Southern 4's'.;;;.;i;.T;;V 93"'
|.Deny-eriandiß!otGrande?4'Br:..;:::.E.i-99-^
JErielprior^lien-^'s rfl*":;";v;i ;; ;?; ,v- - iv--^ ; '98 ff^
I Erie * general jt4's S.t:: :.-V :;^: ;^. f ;':^r. ; ?; :v.;v::'i' Bs^
£Fort?^Yorth3andiiDenver^City,Slsta*S;vtl9% j
sHockinKOTaUey£4H > s^%H'r»:ft^tivv > ilo6i|i
jl^ulOTiHe)andiNash.'|Unified*4 > s*i';i';';ii:99iEg/
pM^can|iCentraljf*a;|2:^;Ti^^'^^-;i-;-:i:v:S,76%'
: fMexlcaniCcrih»l^;ist|lncom€a^r.^:r^si : 27%;
4Minn^ and i St^Loufs- 4-'s 5 wi'.ViVTi"^.^^ 102\l'
jMls?pyrJijKansaßiaqdp l exas.;*sXtf^st^W
Missouri,,; Kansas rahdJiTcxas] 2'sf?iJ^^B4s4a
fMpbiSbßfand sOhlpicoLr, trust: 4's i (bid) ;. •■■?.
'New York Central gen, SH's ........ 104
: New. Jenwy w e«ntnkl* g«ri; ; J*'«.Ci-«.-.<:; •» 133% i
Northern-: Paclflo '4*« x ....'.;i...:;..v..V-M3^4
tßeadlngsgenerial|4'sr;^^. : a-.";r^^^9«-g
SL^LouiSiand,Jlron>Moun:icon;t 5 ». .^tlM^
St^LouisrandiSan^Franclaco 4 « «d»^
St|Louis|Southwestern' lsta i?.^JK^|S6sJ
St-^LouisySouthwesterniys . ..*. ,;..r.i«85%
Ban>Anton!o and iAransasFasß ,4'sr;^ Bo% J
Southerii|Pacificl4's '...'.. ...;..:... 92 0;
Sbuthernf Rail way : 55: .... -';- t^M
.Texas s and 4 Pacific ; lsts^:r^^v:v^:sU7fe
Toledo;tSt?Louls and:;:Western;4's.... 77
iUriion -Pacific r4*s,T.*;..; - MB
iUnion .'Pacific -cony." -4*5.... ."..1..1 1«%
Wabash lsts-..-.;.'.......".:11:"*."..« "7
Cwabash?bebVntuVe?%r^^^^*76|;
iWest? Shore'^4*s ?;■„.:'..: . ;. ;. .; ..:;;;;;. :^ 110%'
Lake Erie 4*5..........;^54;
CwisconEini Gentralfts . i ......... !g .'.•|S^'
Consolidated iTobacco^-'s ..............
Seaboard Air-Line S* C nr«tie«.
BALTIMORE. MD., January 6.-Se*
board $; Air-Line^common^; 27% ; y Seaboard
Air-Lintel preferred^! 44% ; : Seaboard s ivlr-
Llne;bonds,t4's.'£3%.
RICHMOND STOCK EXCHANGE.
Richmond.' Va.. January 6,'? 1903- ■?
STATE SECURITIES^- j/^^^^,;
North Carolina 4's;; C. .'. . . . -1310 103 ■ . - ■
North CCarolinaie's,- C^:»:1919; ISO . -.p< ■: Y>
Virginia: 3*s ■ (new). - C. ' & ; R. 1532 i ,96?;:?; : 97 -'; ■;
.Va: Centuries. : 2-3;- Cs. & - $lp t ■« 87%
■ RAILROAD BONDS-
GaltPaclfic Ist 6*s. C..'. 1922 il2l.
rNorfolk;&tWest'n - .Ry/4 > 5.199t5;.100: ' . ; .
;Peterab'giClass ?A"s's.~R; C.1926 113 '-
Petersb"g'ciass ; B:6 > s, i:JB-tC.l9'^i :JB-tC.l9'^ 127
Rich;> and-Meck.ulst;4's.V.%l94B^ 89
iSouth>Bound»lst?5 t s;r.v;'.:.l94lillo^i?; :^ij
Seab;TAir-Line?con;;lst^4's.'.l9Do;;'B4^-'i>^%
Scab. i Air-Une r ; col:; tr. 1 ? 5'5.U911 •; 102% ; 1C6 ;; -
STREET RAILWAY BONDS.
Norfolk :street:Ry:»ls:t' o's;:l9l3^ 113 ]%'£■* I
Norf oik ■ Ry; and Light Ist; s's. . ... : .; . S7 r J
'STREET, RAILWAY STOCKS.
Norfolk Ry/: and Light Co.. 25 ,12 14
:; RAILROAD- STOCKS—' ." '
;:■;;.;■ ■-'.-_ Par. .-
Chesapeake iarid = Ohio ". . .; i .100 ■/ 49 i : ;; j:J :
Norfolk;and i Western, = c0m.;j.u0;.">75%^ ; :
R;/-F. r ;and;R,:com.;;..^:.:ioo-,2COv .;■ - ;
R:,= F^and^P;; diy.7obU:;v;;.100:;;;-i- : • 224 -
Seab.v Air-Line/ pref i. .... .1 .1100 ;-?j"44%'£ 45 . •
Scab:-. Air-Line. > c0m;::..i.'..100 ' 28 „V; ZSty
Southern; Railway, pref . ... .100 :94%: 94% 95%
! v : BANKJ STOCKS— "• ;" _ " '--
American National'.. ; .".■... .v.lOOj: 125= : X :
Broad-Street: Bank ■ ... J ;. ;.;..' 25 : 26 ■27 ■:
City:...;..;;......- ...:.;./.;.".. 25 :33 ">. ■:■■
First 'National :..'.:;..:::■.... 100 ;200 -;
Merchants'- National ........100 300 -.
Metropolitan ™ Bank -■ of Va.. -25 25 ;;.:■ 27 .
r.ational * BankVof Va; ..:. . ..100 : 125 , ■ :; ..; ;
Planters' v National ....;.....100\330 '. -
Rich. : Trust and i S. D.^ C0.. ..100 ■ ;156 ' r ,: 162 :•:.'
Statel;Bank* of V Virginia... '.loo 158 -, -
Southerns Trust C 0..... ....".100 112%'p ■■
Virginia Trust C0...... ...v.. 100 ..• :-'I2S:V
v INSURANCE ; COMPANIES— : '■■: ;; Cr ' /
Virginia :' Fire and' Marine.' . • 25 ''■■'.'_ 35% ; 37 "'
..Virginia^State -..r.V.v;.. '..-..;. '25 -;26% .;■ /
"" " ' •' I ■: ; ; '
AmerT^ Tob. Co. : .'pref.; Bp. c.IOO V.." ! 150 >
; American,"; L0c0.",; pref ;. . ;. ;100 . 94 94%
Amer. ; Locomotive, c0m.... ;30 ; : *
Old. Dominion rS;S. C0... ;.:i00 130 140 -i
Va.-Car/ T Chem.V T pref.. Bp. c.IOO ,122% 123%
Va.-Car. . Cuemical, ; c0m.. . .100 ■': 64% ' 64%
\ aiCHKOND ighain^maeket; ;;
/Quotations 'furnished by -Richmond Grain
..and iCotton '.Exchange.;: . „ '
, ■ .' Richmond. .'Va.. "January 6, .1903. -''"
"V. '.■■ •■■'■ .' - WHEAT-. -;■ --V. -;
Longberry ....;.............. - 80:@ ; « -;■
Mixed-'.;..;....;.. SO; @ ;Blv
Shortberry . ......... .......... 80 @ '81
No; 2 red ...;...•..'.... ;.. ■; 81 •'•. ■: : ] ■ . .--■
Virginia': bag lots .;.... ...... 70 ! @ '-" SO •
■-•'■': '■■ ■-■--. -i. ; v---' CORN." - - ■•- -■.: :: -■:
Virginia' white, bag 10t5.... .; 48 -=,©.- 32 •
No. 2 white .....'..... ' 62, ;
No:; 3 white..........;.;..;.... ,51 '■ .
No.*-* 2 ? mixed.-; ■ . 51
No. 3 mixed.................... ;50 '
":--;-■--■ -v • ■•:-- ; :OATS.--:'.- L . '■-<-■■ ■
No. 2 mixed... ;••........ -SSi4 : ■ " :-;
No. 3mixed;.:... ..........;...; '38 ;
Rye ............. .............. -;S> ;@' «
PRODUCEMVIARKETS.
CraCAGO."*i January* 6.— Trading .on the
Board -of Trade to-day was almost -fea-:
tureless, and; wheat.? after* an » easy 'tone
the greater' part ■; of the ■ day.' closed $ firm. '■'■
with; May ;%c. higher.'; May corn *was' up
[email protected]%c.-' and-: oats a; shade -higher. "-May
provisions ■ closed ; from '- 7%@12%c." higher. y
The; leading ; futures ranged- as f follows:*
p^Wheat— No. S— - - . J"?C&£2s£sfe "
: j&n: r:.-. ii'.:n%\;.\% n% '■■■■■ nw&fe-W&'^-i
May , ; . ; . . . .75*4®% : 75%@% ■• 75 "@% " 76%@%
July .......72% : -..; 72%. •■";! ,72%^/v :72%@%-
Corn— No.V.2— •"'" ■ - ' : ■--
Jan. ....... H .4s%@Ts 47 ; 45% • '47- • '
May;;.:....43%@%: 43%; :./ 43>A~.. 4,43%®%
July^ :..... V42%@% v 42%;; 42%®% V 42% /
;'-'-Oats; '-'-Oats— No. ■&— ':■ '■'" ' ■'■ -"• ',:. ■';-:/ \ : '"[>:'■. i
Jan: ;.;..iV ■•: •' ir .;''■"•';•'.-• '" " "' ' 82% '"'"
May "...;... 34%' i" 3i% : -33% ". :•: 34V6 '
July ...... .3i7s-,. J31%@32J 31%@32, 31% . ,31%
I Mess ■■ Pork— Per bbl.— ''", '. , ;"
Jan.: .;... §17.20 -- $17.20 \'i:: $17.20 -^r $17.20 =;•
I May. .....$16.07% - ; $16.^^ $16.97% $16.02%
''-"' Lard— Per - 100 /lbs?.—" '';-.'/" --■:;-. : -}..'-. :■;■';,-
Jan. : ;.:... 59.55 i: $9.55 v „$ 9.80 $9.82%
I May J;v.-.v.:59.10 ,^59.15, >. $9.37% . $9.42%
Ju1y?.'.r..:59.25 ; ' {9.25 V : 59.20 ?9.25-.
Short^Ribs— Per lOOlDs.— \ • ,^
Ijan;' :„.... sß^4o^ ' ; $8.47%; V $B^4o :': •$^47%
I May ....:.$5.62% : ?8.67%' ■: $B.Ki% f ;$5.67%
; ' ■ Cashquofatlons' were as! 'follows: '.P!f»iir
j dul! and i easier. 'J. No.. 2 'spring -wheat,
- 75% c; ?No.:- 3,t. 65®70C. ;-:• No:' cC" red,/-"( X 74 iU'
71% c. No. , 2 , corn, . 46% c . ;. No. ■;■ 2 .yellow, '
I 4634 c. No.' 2 0at5,: 32%c.;; N0" 3; white, 32^4®
I • 34c; : No. ;2 L : rye, -: 3Sc. Good .; f eedingi barley,"
[email protected] ;;, fair ' to tVchoice , malting, „[email protected]
iNo.il iflaxseed,- $1.14..; No.il^Northwestern,
$1.21:-5j Prime >. timothy seed; ;• $3.85. ' : Mess ;
pork, rper- barrel; '$17.50. fLard,": per 100
pounds;? $9.82%, . Short' ribs sides | (loose). 5
$5.45fe55.46.: Dry, salted shoulders Hboxed),l
[email protected] - Short ' clear ' sides'' <boxed); = $SK#
$9.12%. ;: Whiskey, ;; basis ; of P high - wines. .
$1:31.^; Clover, a contract-grade;; [email protected];io.
Butter ■ quiet '■■■ and steauy ; creameries, "[email protected]
28c.;"-, dairies, [email protected]^ Eggs' quiet -and
steady ; < loss off, • cases ■■■ returned, ■ H 25c. -
Cheese^duil, but steady,^ at- 13%c.'
: NEW : YORK,', January : 6.— Flour— Dull
and about v '".-'•.'•. ■.'•, : '-- : .' : - : - -.
'■'■■ Rye '? Flour— Steady. .-: . :. : .■ . / .
: -Buckwheat Flour— Steady. .. :
Cornmeal— Dull;} ■■■■■':■■•- -.
.Rye— Steady; No. 2 western, B9c.
; Barley— Quiet. •;■ . ? ••.■"- y v.^ ; . '^>-.r ->•.::■
.Wheats-Spot- steady; .No.\" 2. »red,; 79% c
Options.-: ■; start.'ng^ out ; • dull v ; but i steady,
gradually} hardened ; during? the fdaV; > Ear
}ly (short.^sales',: had 5 to>be: ; replaced sat';ah
Fadyance;'; cables > were • flrm.'p interior
ceipts iwere j small,;" and ' export :> trade '.was
■ f air. 1 : vThesmarket;closed, steady .; at :a s ;%c."
; net? advance; * May;^79Vic; ; 7 July. lTi%c. ~i5&;Q
T..n iCorn— Spot --flrmer; \No:i 2,- SBc : ... Option '.\
4 was., generally & firm vallr day, -^and :
. moderately-: active.lV- Trie : ; influences^werc:
higheri cables, unsettled iweather.ta" scare
■ of s," January,:.- shorts,. 3 and'A continuedS'Dobr.
grading:..; Laßt .1 prices - showed ; 2c..' r het*i adf;
..v.i nre; on";' J« nuary/arid v%c." ; rise "elsewhere?
: January,": : 58%c. ; v Februa ry, :;£3c.' ; VMarph;
■'oi'vsfc, ;'• May, . ■^':.<c. ; ■;'July,-'47%c. = 'Wi;.-/i; i i ,. 7 ,i^r..v
i; • Oats— Spot ; steady; ; TSo.i 2. ; 38%c1.T Options
quiet. 4buts flrm:" with cornl>vMay,'i39c.' . • v : :
v--Beef—Steady.<?: ■.-;;? *-;::.,;X "^v--*"--.-/^":'
;\; \ Cut-Mea ts^-Qii!et: : pickled belljes.t- S%@
10c. ;>;• •- pickled -; shoulders, i B\ic. : ;\'{l pickled
-hams'l ill (q IVAc. ;.;■": ■■::■". ■>.':. ' ■.'; — "?-?r: ; -'i- V- '5 ••"'.• i -'-■ -v;
H^Lard— Steady; -western -steamed,^ $10.80;
'■ refined - steady: ■<}&■> :':: 5 : -J~ x v.: w *ti? :?£-:£ "'-I
;::>Pork— Steady. "• L " '~ -
:- : A Tallow— Steady. ' -
i Rosin— Steady; Lstrained,,. cbmmonftto
:good;SstSs!Bsl.9o.- -
y RTurpentine-^Steady.
'•, -lice— Firm. , ■>•' - .
s HMolaises-^Quiet. ' .- . - ">-. -
.vliCoffee-^-Spiot j quiet. ".The ; market - for/cof
?feeli; future's 5 opened ;« steady.'^ at-i unchanged :
rprices.vand ; . ruled ,quiet|ibut iritherjfirmer.
*under.sproflt-taking^by^shorts4S,The£close-
Iwa s : ste? dy . 4at •:' a / partial > * advanced of < a
• points. ■"■£• Sales;- 4 : 29 Oul bags.
to . .-idSW
L--Bu veer— Steady; S extra j| creamery, m 29c; ;
Stateidairv*[email protected]%c/ ti ; '- - ,".',-; L ,
.'r'r ; Cheese^Firm;;s State full cream - fancy
;fan,*a4c;; ; J small Iwhileafall. 14c. '"vSg?^gtt
?> Esgs— F»rm ; Pennsylvania,'!^ ayorage
I best, -29c. \-pZgtfis
;& Potat oes-^-Stea dy ; f-; Jerseys, % [email protected] ; S State"
iand^^esternrseperSlOOSpounds^Jl.eo^SS;!
iT. one il^lslandfei [email protected] ; <:~, 3 Sou th « Jersey
;sweets^s^.EQ©s3.7s;T':;;,"s-.", ;; "=£fg3p;^^^^
g; Poanuts^Fancy.;- hana-plclsed,; ;' 4%@4%c. ; :
! other? domestic^ 3SN*ic, k v>.gsj.s^jg-
S? Cabbages— Stea dy ; s tiomestic IS white S to :
gd,-|per s|;100,;s |;100,;- [email protected]"i [email protected]" >v - : #^
■. '^ton'-By - steam j-to S Liverpool. 1 ? 12c^M
vi'BAL.TIMORRi'iMD.'.-f January/ 6.— Flour—
and unchanged, -£gfel?Si
f&^TJheat— Firmrr: spot and Janwnry,
m%®7B!4iß:;^ii6uthern." by sample, ;s"69%a>
i Bo^o%c;:isouthernl white scorn S!,46%flilJfe;.i
Oats^Firmer : '- Noiv. 2> white.^C-
feßyep-pull; N0;, 2. fiSc. - - - ;.K|l^|
Butter-^-FirmiandS^WKher; fancy lm!t»>
! tion: : 22<fl23att ; fancy ! creamery; 30« Be .: p
> Ew*F-Ftnn » and < fctrter;- frjerti. «••&. : •>.
tIVE STOCK, MARKETS. ..
BUNION STOCKr-sTARDS. :%& CJjAKB^
fMONT.tBAI/TIMORE.IJanuary, S.^Hogs^:
TheftweelcfslreceJpts.^cotnputingCtoijnoon!
:to-da3r4werel7, ! 435iljead;<asaln8tt9.444iliead
: last 3J weefcTsS Receipts £ t air.pWe iqupf e:j
i\V«sternMW.9o#J7;sfSfron>'S other; ipoints^
*[email protected]|6.7o;?roughs,^[email protected] ; ;:
m Sheep iands?liainbs— Receipts p f oraweek
i endedfenoonvj tOrda'yM6;lite headil* against :
1 4,470 ~> head Hast % week.^Receipts I for •! tOrdayj
| light.? •■ Market 8 steady.v:> Wete t quote . asl f ol-'
lows:jßheep^[email protected];:Lambs/;4®6a:r f ; ; :
?3S Horses : : and 'i horses.^ S6O ito
$2flO;sdriverß,|S£o"to!s2pO;Tsouthernlchunks. s
|SOUo-s96;tmuleß>froml«i)o^;S2«»^a;lieadL:'
Pi Calves-^-Receipts j for; week; ended v to-day,*
229^head;%againstv2C8glast=:week^3Light'
' supply, and ; market =firm. --.Wo quote: ; Com-
*■- ' ' "','
0. EAST • iblßEßTr;v PA^ January ; 6^Cat-S
tle-^S teady ;> choicer [email protected]^.90;Vprime, i .
©$5.60; : g00d,- $0(g*5.30." ' c . rf> , ( ,\,
-Hoss^-Higher ; . prime I heavies,- [email protected]; ;
[mediunj's,'-J|i).40(g56.40;/heavyfYorkers.'ts«>. i 4O;,
;light'>Yorkersarid;plgs»"*[email protected]?6.3s^roughs,^
J5U16.25. . ■: •. ..^..m
m SheeprrSteady ; £ best- '.-X wethers,- "§ ?*gs4.2o. •
'culls* aridt commons; sl^[email protected]; choice lambs,,
[email protected]?5.'55.----- • ■ .■-.;-. ■• :
.;■ iVeal •" Calves;? JB.^@|9. .v
-■ EAST ' BUFFALO^N^Cy^V J&hoary'.S.^
Cattle— Receipts;^ 2so head ; j markerstead yi
; veals 5 25c.v lower ; s common *to X gooa, \
$B.ss;^tops, : : ;[email protected]£p. tlv^r. -..^ ;S- ,V-,; ': -
S .: Hogs^-Keceipts,^.6,loo g head : - market': ao-^
: tive;'[email protected]"hisher;'heavy/ $6^[email protected]*6.65; mix
ed > '-?8.4&!g;j6^5; ti Yorkers,^ $6^s(ia*6:4o; :: pigs,
$t?.35 : ! roughs,^ $5.60!555^0;/Eiags; < $4.Vi>^«s.J|s. •;
Sheep fahd«Lambs^-Receipts,:Lßoo' head;
sheep -■> ilrm ; s lam bs ' strong-, to i 10c-| higher;
top h lambs;^ $5.90® $6 ; i culls 2to \ good.? 53.V&®
55.75; f ! yearlings,[email protected]?4.75: ewe 5 .:544114.25;;
sheep ctop : :mised,s3.i&@s3.Ss; culls'to good,
:.>^?sQ^^ ! y:rjis^;,r^^rff.^^:;v;.^-^i
fcmCAGO: January: 6.i-Cattle^-Recelpts, ;
4,500 1 head, including r : 2VSV headH westerns; ■
all * grades i steady ; i good*: to . prime :> steers,;
?3.4o<&|S.2o;|poor,- to- mraium, ; $3<&?5: stock
ers I and v feeders, : [email protected]; cows. v . JL2s<&s4.{)o; '.
heifers, 52®54.50; • canners;- *[email protected]»J.60; buhs.
[email protected];v :' calves,^ ..Texas-fed
ateers.> s4f&S4lßsJ : • '/-- v ; 3 :' : : if. : :;, : - : -"-■■:]
Hogs-^Receipts'i to-day, .28,000: head; : to
morrow. ' 48.000 j head ; j left ; over. : > 8,000; head ; :
' market g strong : : to : ; sc.v'h.gher;. v'h.gher; • mixed and
butchers, J6.(J0®56.43; good -to .choice heavy,
*>;&tA&*t>;iu; < rougn;s neavy^ $t>.ls'&sb-4s£ light,
{o.So^UO^r.bulk ' of ? sales, ?6.li><&pi.Ss.^f ::i
> rSheep-rßecelpts, ; - 16,000 ; -head; 'sheep
steady- andi 2%fa«c? lower. :."« '-. ••. -^ . ' :
- Lambs^-Steady ; "goods to choice wethers,
$4;2btes4.7s;;fair: tochojeemixed, ?3.10®53.H0;
native -lambs, , ; - : rJ; v -
CINCINNATI, - 0.. ; January 1 6.— Hogs—
Active ■', at^ [email protected]:45. ' :: -. ; / . : . ,;, "r
■Cattle— Steady ;at :s2(?f?i). -■ - • ; •;
■ , .
Lambs— Strong .at; • '
COTTON MARKETS.
■ tiIVERPOOL;; January e.^-Cotton-^pot
in, fair demandjrprlces' 4 points lower;
American % middling ;~ fair. 5 JSS-lWd. ; ; good;
middling. ."4 84-luOd.;- middling. C 4 66-100 d.:
low -,: middling, • :4 64-100 d; ;: goou .ormnary,.
4 42-100 d. ;v ordinary.- 4 3u-100d. :> The sales ■of
the dayr.were :li),ooo.i bales, ot which .500
iwei'e r for. speculation -and : export^ .ana
inciuded 9.40U; American::- Receipts, 30,u00
bales." including -26,600" American: " vy
• Futures^ opened easier ' and closed barely
steady ; 'American - middling, " good -. ordi- <
•naty.--- clause, .V 4 [email protected] 61-100 d.; January,
and ••■ Februavy: «4 [email protected] bl-100d.: ..: .-Ftbru-;
ary f and Ma,tch.;.4 6a-100(&4 61-100 d .;-. March
and : : April, vj 4 [email protected] 61-100d:;KApriK^and:
May,v4 61-100 d .; ■ May and: June.:4 62-iCOd.;
June - and J uly. L '■' 4 62-100 d . ;'; July iand .Au
gust,:462-100d.; August, and? September.;
4 55-100154 56-lCvd;; ;September. ana October.
4 44-lOOd.;: October and Noyember,4 34-100 d.
NEW YORK; January ' 6.— Cotton-
Quiet ; .x. x midaltng, -- 8.90;*- net : receipts,"- 253
bales;- --gross •> receipts.' 10,656 ; bales; sales, :
800 : bales;? stock. y172,277/- bales. ;■/ V : .:
- ; Totals I to-day at ' all 'i seaports: •: I«et : re
ceipts, 41.919 V: bales.* /-Exports— to - ->reat :
Britain." ■;; 23.C68 . • bales; to ■ . France. 11.800 ;
bales; to the Continent, 14,155 .bales;: stocK.
1,066,081 balesj:;;:;::j ;.!.>.- :;-.^.:;v- ; :
Consolidated -' at-; all ;. seaports: .Net ? re
ceipts, 142,403 ; bales. V Exports— to . Great-
Britain; 45,140' bales;;': to.-; France; 16,65 l
bales:' to the'Contlnerit." 43,595 bales. „. „
Totals since - SeDtember - Ist ■■;. at : all * sea
ports:- Net rectipts,". 5.092.114 -bales, i; Ex
inorts-^to-Great Britain, ; 1,510.156 bales;: to
France '437,504^bales;?; to Uthe; continent,
: 1,579.946: ba1es. •■; --:^'^ ~'- ' -•-;■: vl :;••':
: Spot 'ootton closed .quiet: -'.middling-: up-'
: lands. 8.S0; - middling Gulf. 9.15; sales. fcOO
Futures " opened -. steady, , at the tfecllne
and- closed- firm. :. .'Opening. Closing.;
'.January /...... •- 8 -5* '■":'>.^.*i^*s?iVr
".-:■;• February ■... y..:.. ...'..... 8.50 8.61;
......March'..;....'...—:..— 8.61.-- . 8.67 ■ ,
. Apri1.::.—:..: ...-..:- |.g 8.66 ■..
■ May;....:.:.,;.:.;.— ..'... 8.61 f-gr
,-■ June,.. v ,. :; >..' : ;v.,:.... 8 .». -;_ Jg. ;
; ;;;August,.-..:^..:..v-;8.49 8.55
September ..■.........'.:.. 8.10 , «•".
;The ;:cottoni market ;easy,.' at a
declinN2-ofa-to 6. polnts,=and. ruled Irregu
lar.- After the; opening calll, there , was^a
further" decline of ■'••l! to : 6 onj. the
more • • active ; posl tions: ; ? The , weakness
was' largely* due' to:actiye-stlling:of: long
accounts." following the recent open letter
by- the- leader., of "the bull party -to }. the
effect that; cotton i had been to, a:
stancistill, V and , Indicating that a '=; reaction
was* in"order;iat; the "same time advising
his f ollowing, to sell.;; 'A'decline of I' point
to U .points i followed^:,:: But : it appeared"
that "strong .'parties^were all
offerings," and jtoiday/ilt" became apparent
thatithe'Sanro. party-, was: himself ; buying
cotton vatva; rapid; rate.-% Sentiment: on:
"Change soon became very- bullish. ; part«y
on" this^ account :. and r partlyj becauset the
movement' ;oi t cotton ? continued Ito be a
disappointing' one., -The ; semi-wvekly;
movement,' -X instead/ at* being a : bearish
statements proved ft to .be a -bullish one,
showirig?a Moss-',in.:stock. instead -lof;. the
predicted ; . increase g in- 71 stocks, whl le •.- the
port% ; receiptsi :were -'49,055. ? against , 62.790'
bales,- and f or f . the : week ; s 147.617..; again5t:
163,430 lastiycan;- This showing, was quite;
the:- reverse; of ■ what? had J been?: predicted,;
and^by nianyiexpected."VAt ; the same ; time
the <spot : cGtton j markets lof •:; then country, l
with : but ■ one /exceptions maintained I form
er "prices. •<■■ the> ' exception : being r Gal
.veston; 4 which \. declined^ l-16c. ; The :■ local
market -for,-- spot ;cottoh;: was \qulet. > with
:a'-scarcity;of.= dealrable -grades; a feature.;
"The 7 " mar 1 / pt:forifutures ; .was-- finally firm,
■at*-a:jnvt decline, of ; 2 f. points to a;.net > ad
; vasr c4 : of ; 4; points: W Total sales •of f u tures
''estlm_ated-at 400,000 "bales. -.-' ' ; .•
, NE W; ORLE I ANS^LA:, January 6.—Cot
: ton" futures Tsteady:- ~ .'7 ;. :; -„•.'_•■
'■?-. January ."•. — .'. .v. . .".".;...."... ."'.".';. . . .". . [email protected] : j ■
■ ' i February .v.v ;::'.". — ....-: 8.6108.63 r
V.SiMarch^.""-^'"^-"'""-*""''. [email protected]'-:
:'-""April:-'":-: ' -""April:-'":-t —"—'■■•;■— '~fl. .— .Vv;8.72<3!5.74"-. .;'
• ''-■ May ; . — .^..: v '."— —;;..—.. [email protected] .■"-'•:?:--Juhe:.';:-;--.v:..':-:.''?:^i?i.\-/;-:-'-'. ■"
'•:?:--Juhe:.';:-;--.v:..':-:.''?:^i?i.\-/;-:-'-' 8.84^8.85:;-;=
r '"July;— v;.'.-*-v;V. ; .v:;';-f::.:-. r :.i'=8.90®8.91 •■;-.
:"•■ V:.August -^-... :':;.*■;..;.^. — [email protected] v
■"■.■Sftptember : .'^.". : . v — V.-£'. J .:;..'.. [email protected];:
' Owing '-to^thew difference t of; views^of
sellefsand buyers." the? transactions in the
; spot S to-day; were very,; light; Quo-,
■tatlbns 'unchanged.- JThetcontractJcotlon
: market; .was I quite aictlye. ; . Prices j opened
'afabbutV yesterday's ;; f closing J leyelrfbut
thereaf Kr. 1 -workedi off. iwithvwide; fluctua
tions,^ until" a"; de'cllr,ei of J6;to 8; pointsthad
.been- recorded. '^.The'- market ; then \ quieted
down 'somewhat;"; andiwith'lighteritradlng
prices "raovediup gradually/; until , the -early,
losses \ nadJbeen'wipediQut l and ! sharp? ad-;
:vancps-niade;;the»bpard'atithe;close'show
ing>;net*;''galnsiof46ito i .i7Kpointslon"rall
j months,? except-'Augus^lwhlch'galned but
3 'i polhtsi ' ?."VT;V.';:;-. j-,-.f ;■;■'-■*■
uUUn'iilii^lHiUUuvtii
• ; •■ : '. ; -:.t.-.i,- <■.;;. ■-•■■■ •■■-?,--.• .--- .->*.-.; >,.;-■.:- 3 ::;\ : .^''. .: ■::■;; ;■
The i prices i are "> strictly ' * wholesale ;<(not]
j JQb~j;l6ts)lr and [ •] prices:. -obtained/
' on-^actuallsales.^:Vf"Ss;^/- |C-.. — o<-v .;i : ;>.-
light:' * Market 4 has"? advanced
'■ andippultry -.fyery 'active? at- prices quoted.
•CHIGKEICS^SmaII/rsprlnsr. pe^ - - ?&£sm
-v.ipoundv.^r:^'.-;:-;.'-;-.'.-. i-;-.v.v.:. .•;■;■ v "-"'to 12 ■:•;■■
.-wrediumiand>Jarge; v .tV^ ; to.ll.:
f 3Smairvand^niediuOTihens.;:;v:v " to;10 " ; v
|f*Very 4argef h«;ns [email protected]^S . . to . 9%
sSTjoo5 f ers: ■j'old-f ,«»acli?:.;.*;'.-;..;;-.-. -25 *#^&
.TTIRKE-YS^Hensr;. ;.'.;;..'.;.:... 12 -to"l 2% a
p&'GobDiersg^:-^*^^::'. 11 -.to^iivi
DUCKS-fLarge5;:.:^U;:. ....... 11 tO"rl2ißj
MSmalliand; poor „.„. IS to : uM
tGEESE^Dargeiandfat:......... 60 to7SN
feSrrinillfand thin' :..-..:.-...i...... *> . to &*
Igutneas -*.... .-..v V.-.- .....r-is^to'aȤl
% ohefcentf nil
•rouddL^MarketNve'ry|ttcUve;srec«lptaillglit.4
Cfilckens,Siturlcey;afapdsducliasalla.wahtedJ!
=CHlCKENS^Small>sfdrlawn^?nMKgto;is|:!
isSEarge;anasfat:-:.:.. ....:...... 11. to 13i|5
|TURKEYS^Ghdl?e.'?drawn..... 15 ;ttoSlSj§
.M^awnwi?PowWrx-/«e!lf-i from Jllto^-Jjosnwj
a pound lew th»tj^T*wß^B^tto in*r-
Tftir».<inrCT.TnTr;^rTr.TTAifttMJAlggiH»POOXgx«jgia*»*^'*» ;-: i '*; : i. l «***J*™» ; "*»"
S«^*ii!««ti^S^KM»TJXi<CAßni,''Yv,'" f •; TrtMuarw. ■
I pE DEPOSIT CO.
■-■ At the Close of Business. December 319 I9Q2*
■■■■1.! *C ~ ..'.-. -..-■.■...■.■■. . .. ,■ „ ■ ■:■ ■["»—' '*r- 'W m' f \^ m WF ''-' *^ '''' ■ " "■.'*■ ■'■'■■ ;.- : '- - ■■-"-•'■''''-
If „ EE^ "^ s ,76 »« «
. Demana loans on . collateral 3> 3/ 0 »*93 2 7
' /Time loans on collateral , 377>054 88
' Investments, bonds and stocks -. 1,452.905 92
jj^g«^dfi^erest receivable. . ... . .. . ; .-.-.,.:. ... 5^5 21
Furniture and fixtures..-.. , - 1 00
i 1 hand and in bank". ... . . ..... . ........ 586,115 71
:•--.■. -. ■•■ ■■■ ■-. ■■ ■■ ■■■ I^l/%Bllil?iTl^fcS.; ;.;-;:-:-■ „;■/...;:■■::.--■ .
Capital stock ; $1,000,000 00
and undivided pr0fit5.. ............. 712,188:69
; Deposits 1,065,81944
/Certified checks 27500
;> Accrued interest; payable. .. .v ... ,y. ........; 9,682 86
Quarterly dividend January 1, 1903... .... .... 10,000 00
52.797.965 99
I/Lewis DACrenshaw, Jr., of the Richmond Trust
and^Safe 'Deposit Company, do solemnly Jswear; that the above
statement is true to^the best of my knowledge; and belief. : •
I® WMBB : - I^EWIS D. : ,CRENSHAW t JR. t Treasurer.
-Subscribed and sworn to before me this- 2d day of January,
1903:: :: , ; ; H;,A. WILLIAMS, Notary Public.
Attest:
E. B. ADDISON,
' "■■* TT /~" Ti T7 X>T ih ITTTr" XX TX>
. JOHN STEWART BRYAN.
COPPER MINE STOCKS
PAY DIVIDENDS
EQUAL TO 40.4 PER CENT.
of the total dividends by aH metal mines I
i and there are ."no safer^ or.rrioreiprofitable investments than
•";.* in copper mining properties.^ ; Only; a fewy dollars invested ■
in copper stocks often return as many thousands to the in
vestor. „ ['\ '- ■ , " *- v '
: , -I offer at a very lovv price stockin two copper mining com
panies located in Mexico, now paying dividends of 10 per
cent, per annum, payable (juarterly, with prospects of a much
v larger divider^; in the near future, and .within a year divi
-dends of 25 per cent, per annum. are assured.'. "'
Call or write.for full 'particulars.^
■■; .... %- Bell f Phpne3oßo. "", ;
Union Bahfeof Richmond
V _ ; ' ■ ' -"■ - ORGANIZED MAY 3.. 186& ;. . . . ' ::,■_ ■■ :
repecit yctir t •▼lngs i'with ' i.Solidln»lituttoo.;'--'.^Thes^aTMtlatij-3>i:l
CAPITAL, - - - - - f - $219,750^a
UNDiyiDEDPROFIT,; - T | $300,000.00
DEPOSITS, - - -; -:$1,400 000.00
• " • - ( DIRECTORS-" - ' - ' ;>;.;-
VIICGmiUSREWTOW.; R. T. ARRINGTON, Tr^, : B. ALSOP, - T. T7. P3 135*0 ?
I*' , H. W. BOWE, CHAS. DAVEaPORT, J. B. BEA3LBY.
:^•" " s^fm S^ iicltei LOANS NEGOTIATED
i^^ g^ y -' - -■'■" ' :': ' ' ""'" •'"• '■■— ~~~~ ; ~~~~~~ — ~~ 't^w
1 ' LAE&ST CAPITAL AND^RFLUS' 1
| OF ANY BANK OK TKU3T COMPANY IN THE; SOUTIEfiRN STATE&
I IR^ichm^rid Trust|and
Safe Deposit Company,
U ) :; Teritliiand MuinStrcets. Kichmqntlj Va.
Capital krid4§ujiplus^|l 71 O^OQQOO
: '■■- V ; Ezecotes :\: \ Receires -Deposits frow si.ob and JTpwards.
;' Allows 3* per cent, intereston Daily' Balances Subject : to Check.
W^ ■ .'
■ JRO. SKELTONiWILLIAMS, ' ' LEWIS D. CREW SHAW, JH^
■ \~-_f. :"-- i ;-.-'/':'';-pieaideht.i':^:v^Tv";.^v:.n".: 3 f ■::,:_ :■:,: : ■-■-' 5J :-.-y. -TroMuxor.; .;-■■■/ - „-
? '...-.; JA3HES H. DOOLEY, HEWRY L. CABELL,
1 . ■-. '-. '".'■•* - ' r '' ' ■-*". Vice-Preafdents. _.:■ •'"-''-'..' - r . " - >
Business and; \[ h .v
PersGnJSounts
SOLIOTED BY
iHiHililii
of ypiA,
fMIiEAST MAIN STREET,
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: :Blohmohd.,Vi.
lidwhced from 2 to 3 cents. Market
active; Partridges, pheaaants: and wild
turkeys|wanted.
RABBITS4-Each 10 to 12%
laQUIRRELS-^Each .....'..:.'.-.. t .:%&**%
fPAT^TRIDGES^-Doien ...::.$1.60 to «.75t
[PHEASANTS';..- « :to3oi!
[WIIimTURKEY»?-Peripoundimi{tol2s
SwiLDIDUCKS^-Mallard. per -$%&%,
JwtFrultf markets dulLßMore 1 demand ssf or
Florida « oranges Uhanlany thing j e|»c Re«
'ceipt»3'w«ht.*^SKtefe^;/:.: .
> IS«^£l^^^
SextraS fancy vr:n i^^CLOO.teV-iKMti
If Choice^.-.: : ..;.... w.oo" toi.tf.dti
No- .^;tl.tt;;to;»Jt|
r Norttar« vaitadoa.:...;W4lJ* «^frff
[ -nMmi ,^; «ti
MONEY TO LOAN
tlO j and nywßtta ■ lo«n«d ;ra P!*ac»
and ' hoa»«hbld fumitar*. on th« l>ulW*
laV and :• loan • auooiatloa pi»n, wbicH
r make»|th»|eost 2 ntaoh": lwu^tkas 70a
pay elsewhere,'; and allow you to j pay
it off ; la monthly paynwata, running
from one .'}.tol. J :tw«l»o^xaoat2u.'- Vat
others'iratet, tliea te« as.
Tldr.witer Lean cnTrus? Cc,
■ .- ■-„..-.-.' -.. . ..- . ■
Merchant.- Jf^tlon*l Sank aulldlaj.
. ' ■■ -•..,
-. i - <iiasZ*atM*la Street. '' ■■
, Take elevator. -
l»Vxr
ORANOES^FIorId ».OQtoJ£»
•FEAKS~*tlcfrer,i ...;.«.15 to %&
K:B«urreld^AnJoa.lb<wAS^r^|M|tft;« : 5«
IllSawwhce^ssbbx.': ■-'***.£&■
GRAPB.FRUiT~Perib<w,,?r.«(» to «.»
:ORAPJB^^alawtiS^^it:HW,tPv»»
&Gftt£wbl&fiH?| b*«ket.; .;....- 15 to .; ■■■"
BAN ANAS-Per ; bunch . »J* fi»

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