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(Continued,from Twelfth Fa_c.) llght recalpte and rotardod preparatlons for the new crop. Improvemcnt ln Ljv ?vpool and favorablo reports ffotn Amer? lean cotton roanufaettirlng centers were glven by tlie beara as influonoea whlch li?ld thi? cotton market togetnor ?nd pr? venting the long-looked for reftotlon.'., , ln Uio future markot, under.heavy llquj datlon, sale prices wero forcca down 7E6 polnts early ln the day. Aftor a slight iiuotuallon tho board at tho closo aliowerl tiet losses of 8 polnts on March, Anrl?, May. June nnd July, 8 on Augttst, T on Seplembor, and a loss of 2 polnts on Oc? tober. ' j. ?.,, ?_ Cotton futttrea slendy: ?trtr_h. *.8_<3' 9.83; Aprll. 9.8039.87: M^. 0.W4W.01: Juno, 9.931(19.95: .Iuly. &. wJKAuiSURt,9.Mflfl.691 September, 8.D9_9; OeHber, 8.K-8.C7. THB PRODUCE MARKET. Richmond, Va,, Feb, 28, 1903. i QUOTATIONS. .WHEAT- ,. _., Longberry.?+ gg Mixed .,..J* fg Shortberry.M QK No. 2 red.K . Vlrglnla (bag lots). 75 ?JfA CORN? ? _? White (Va, /bag lots.K,,?"5 ? N. 2 whlle/.,'..>."Mi No. 8 whlto ,.'.. WA No. 2 mixed .mi No. 3 mixed . W OATS- .... No, 2 mixed .\yh No 3 mixed. ?., No. 3 whlto. ?!4 Wlntar seed .65 S.S2 RYE.68 ?? NEW TORK, " Feb. 28.-FLOUR? Neglocted. hnt held llrmly. WInter pa? tenta, $3.65<7W: Mlnnesota. pat'ents, J4.10W 4.2G. Ryo Flour?Dull; fair to good, $2,90$$ 3.30. Buekwheat Flour?Qulet at $1.90$ 2.1S. Cornm^al?Sluady; yotlow western, 'i 11.15. Ryo?Flrm: No. 2 western, 6214. Bar? ley?Steady; feedlng, 47c, wheat?Spot steady; No. 2' red, Bl%c. Rfjflectlng at flrst a bulHsh weather map, hlgher eables and a darnand from shorts, ?wheat laler eaaed off on procpects for blg world's shlpments Monday. Tho closo was easy at He, net decllne; March closed at 84c. j May, 8_Via; July. 78%c.; September, 77c. , >Corn?Spot ateady, No. 3, 69c. Option market hnd a strong openlng on bad weather advlees'and unsatJsfa_tory grad }ng. but lat*r aold off under prorit-taklnB by room traders. T.he market olos?d rather weak at unchanged prlcea. March closed at 68c; May, 53 6.16c.; July, 61o. Oats?Spot dull; No. 2j 43Ua. Optlons ?low and Irregular, followtng tho changes iln coni. May closed at 4Wc, , '_ Beef-Qulet; famlly. tlWW mess, $103 10.60; beaf hams. $M.50?21.fiO. Cut Meats Flrm; plckled belllos, 9ueiO??c.i plckled Bhouldera. aVifiMic; plckled liamo, 11 w 1194c. Lard?Steady; western Btoam.ed, 810.06: reflned, steady; Contlnent, 110.25; South Amerlca, $10.78; compound, |7.Wp 7.75. Pork-Flrm: famlly, $18.wyS10j short cloar. $18.75??20.60; mess, $17.7&f$.18._6. - Butter?Eaay; extra creamery. 2?cs State dalry, WQ/Zoc Cheoae?Steady; State. full cream, small colored, fancy. fal make. 14?c; small whlte, colored, fall make, 14Vlc EgBS?Flrm; State and Penn eylvanla, avcrage best, 16V40.: Southern, lB?c. Tallow?Dull; clty $2 par packn^O. BHc.j country (packages freo), 6?o^o. Rosln?Flrm: strfaln'od, common tq good, $3.30. Turpentlne? Qulet at 65V4S?6e. Rice? Flrm; domestlc. fair to extra, 41.4$?,/?c.; Japan. nomlnal. Molaases?Qulet: New Orleans, open kettle, good to choloa, 82? 40c. Coffee?The markot for coffee futures opened stoady wlth prices unchanged to E polnts lower. Tho session was feature less and closed qulet wlth prices net un? changed to 6 polnts lower, wlth sales of only B.COO bags. Spot Rlo. flrm; No. 7 In volce, CVic.; mlld, qulet: Cordova. "Qll^c. Sugar?Raw. flrm; fair refinlng. 3V4&-: oentrlfugal, 90 test. 3Hc: molasses sugar, $rt.; reflned, unsottled; confeetlonera' A. $4,60; mould A, $5; cut loaf, $-5.85: cryshed. $3.35; powdered, $1.80; granulatcd. $4.75; pubfi*. $5. _ Potitoes? Steady: Jerseys, $1.7MM; State ?nd Western. por 180 pounds, $1..V>?2; Long sland. $2??2.25: Son.th Jersoy sweets. f2.0O? I. Peanuts?Qul?t; fanej' handplcked, 4VJ?4V4c; other domestlc. 3g>4V4c, Cab pages? Qulet; domeat)e..par:. barrel..: white.. ISo.ail: red. $1?>1.16. Cotton?By steamer to Llverpool, Uc. CHICAGO, ILL? Fnb. 28.?Tha graln r.jts were Influenead largfly bv the ac lon of corn to-dny, and wlth the decllne In that eemmodtty the markot? ruled aaslor, May wheat closing **?..lower;.May corn V?c. lower, and oats off. $?o. Provis? ions closed oteady, wlth the May prod^its unchanged to 2\?a. lower. The leading futures rangod as followa: Open. Hlgh. Low. Cloan. vVHEAT-No. Z. Feb. May . 7774 July .,.,. 74U cnriN?No, i. Fab,. 4514 May- . 47*1 July ...,'. 45H OATS -No. 2. Feb. May . 35?k July . 33 WV.-^H l'ORK?P?r bbl Mav .,.17.93 1S.C July .17.45 17.62 Sept.10.97U 16.971 LARD-Por 100 lbs. Feb.9.60 9.60 May .9.6214 9.68 July . 9.57is 9.69 . Sept.9.05 9.60 UHORT RIBS-Per 100 Iba. May . 9.82U, 9.S2V4 ?.80 July .9.62U 6.65 9.M Sept.9.52V- 9.52V4- 9.50 Cash quotatlons wore as folows: JHour iteady. 'No. 3 spring wheat. '/79Wc.: No. 2 red, 70%W6Tge. No. 2 corn, 43e:: No. 6 yellow, 45c, No. 2 oats. 34c.; No. S whlte, kh?35!4c. No. 2 ryo. 49V4c. oGod feedlng barley, 43'flMflc; ralr to oholce maltlng, tsvi^?2c. No. 1 flaxsoed, $1.12; No. 1 norlhwestern, $1,16. Mess pork, per bar rnl, $17.S7'/i?lS; lard. pei' 100 pounds. $9.B7U S9.C0; short ,rlbs sldes (loosa), $9.60fi;9.i?; dry aalted shoulders (boxed), $8.37U0S.Mr, sh?rt clear sldes (boxed), tt.S7Vs_'10. basls of hlgh wlnes, $1.30. Ctover, con trace grade, $11.65. Butter?Steady to flrm; creamerles, 18<3-7V_o.; dairles, 14@24o. Eggs?Flrm at mark, oaeea lncluded, 15<8> Itfto. Cheeso-Stcady at 18H(8-13?4 to 13Vic. BALTIMORE, MD., Feb. 28.-FLOUR Dull and unchanged. ? Whoat-Steady; ?pot and the month, 80U?8O%o.i Southern by sample. 73_8lq, Corn-Flrmer; snot and February, 63M1W8n4e.i Southern white uorn, 4794??_tio. OaUs?Dull: No. 2 white, 12Vic. asked. Rye?Flrm; No. 3, 69o. But? ter, Eegs. Cheese and Sugar-Flrm and unchanged, RICHMOND PRODUOE MARKET (WHOLESALEO Prices corrocted dally by E. W.'EYana & Compauy, 1313 E. Cary Street. ? Saturday. Feb. 2S, 1903, l LIVE PO.ULTRY. Wlth'continued llght recelpts the mar' Icet closed vory active to-day and outlook good for balance of tha week, furkey liens. per lb.....$ 15 $ turkey gobblers, per lb. 18 & 13 pucks, per lb...,,, ia & is Hens, per lb . il a jj Chlckens, brollers, per lb. 20 @ 80 Chlckons, wlnter, per lb. 15 jf 20 Gulneas, each. 20 & ?5 Geose, caqh ,..,.. 50 & 75 Roosters, aach .,. 80 5 35 DRESSED PQULTRy; w Reoelpts llght and prlcea hlgh'ef than they were flrst part of the woek. Turkey hens, per lb.$ 18 m 19 Turkey gobblers, per lb. 14 Af 16 ' ? Pucks, per lb... 15'? 16. Chlckens, small, per lb. .17 @ 18 Hens, per lb ...,.,.,., 12V4? 14 Chlckens, large, per lb.,,.,,.. 18 ? 14, CJeeae, per Ib.j.^..,....,.,. h $ 13 Recelpts not nulel so heavy to-day and dauiand rather better. Eggs, nearby, per doz.t 13 @$ 14 Other seotlons, per doz. 18 * Barrels and boxes. per doz.. J3 ? BUTTER, Prlme table butter rather searpe snd. ln good demand at o.uotatlons. 'Medium and unsightly grades very dull at any reason able prlce. Cholce eweet rollg, p?- lb....| W m M Medium. P?r lb. 4S ffl 17 Common to fahvpoi.^.... 43 ?. U Veals more plenFlful, but active at qupT tatlons. Cattlo in fair supply and ln good Kteady demand. Cholce lambs, aheep and hogs also wanted. - ?, ,.. Deef cattle, por lb.$ 8 ? ?V4 Beef cattle, vory poor, per lb lUjff . ifl Veals, per lb....... BV?? 6<J Lambs, per lb. 8V<.? B Sheep, per lb.^. 2%# ty Th*re ta an-active market pn all oholce .shoice hpga ,at prleea quoted. ;,? ? cholce. p?r lb,.,?.....,,.??.?* 7V4<gi Umt>, per lb.,.,..,,.*??.?... m Itotlgh ?ld-k, M:.lfe";i'i?u?,?M? J_'. *W FK-UITS AND VEGETABLEM. . ApplwRw fe iiulity), bbi...11.60 ftt.fo prnnges (bal.). bo*./....'.ttt ft|.to Lomons, per box..2-ffi ?2.76 Bnnanas, per bunfth.?>.76 ?Lvs'U Obbages (Dnnluh), per lon.. 12.00 ? l_.t>0 Cabbnga (banisii), per sugar Potat.es (Western) per bus.. C8 ? 70 Oillons, oholco, per bus..78 ? ?0 Brans fWcstornf, por buH.,.. B.2n ? ?-W neahs rviminia), per bus.i.w ra f.oo l'eas./ blackeye, por bus. 1.2o W'AO Peas, black, por bus.,..,, 1.10 M 1,16 Peas, yellow, per bus........ 1.00 ?1.06 N6,~l Tlmothy.$20.00 No. a Tlmothy.-..19.00 No. 3 Tlmothy.17.00 __ ' ? No, i clover. mlxed.,..,.. 18.00 ?19.00 i No< 2 clover,. mlxed....... 17.00 No. 1 clover .1.16.00 No. 2 clover-.,,..,.14,00 Va. Tlmothy, No. "1. 19.00 Va. Tlmothy, No. 2..7.00 St 17.E0 Va. Tlmothy, mlxed.11.00 ?17.00 Va. clover .10.00 ?14,00 wooiv Tub-wasli'ed, free ot burs. 24 ? 25 Unwaahed . 18 ? 19 Mertno, unwash. lOH? 12 Biirry, 3 to 6c, />er pound less. ROOTS~ Glnsem? roots, per lb.,.. 4.00 ? 4.26 Mny npr'.o. 2W? 3 Snnlca. 40 ? 46 Virginla snako. ]_ ra 13 True plnk. 10 ra 12 Wlld glnger. freo of flbro. 9 ra 12 Wlld glnger, natural . 6 ra 7 SEUD Clover (wholesaie), bus... S.00 ra 7,00 Tlmothy. l.W ra 1.75 Orchard grass . 1.60 & l.gs Buckwheat, per bus. 85 ra 1.09 German mlllot,...,,..,. 75 ? 90 FURS? i Otter .,..V.? 3.00 tfi* 8.00 Beaver. 2.00 ? 6.00 Mlnlc . 25 ? 1.75 Raccoon .?. 20 ? 85 Muskrat. VI ? 15 'Opossum. 10 ? 1.10 Bed fox . 60 ? 1.25 Gray fox. 25 ? 75 Wlld cat .....'. 20 ? 30 Slttmk . 15 ? 75 Itabblt sklns, per lb. 11 ? 12 Deer sklns, per Ib. 20 8TRAW?Compresscd .11.50 ?12.00 Loss pressed. large bales, 11.60 ?12.00 Hhlpstuff, perion, (n bulk, 20.00 Brand, per ton, In bulk.. 20.00 SHUCKS-Baled .11.00 ? 11.50 MISCELLANEOUS. Beeswax, per lb.} 25 ?$ 26 Walnut kernels, per lb. 12 ? 12"4 Walnuts, per bus. 40 ? 50 GIngseng, per Ib. 8.25 ? 3.50 llldes, green. per Ib. 6 Hldes, grpen salt, per lb. fli,_ Hldes, dry fllnt, per lb. 12 Hldos, dry salted, per lb. 10 ? U Honey. atralned, per lb....? 8 ? 1(1 Tallow,. per lb... 5 ? 6'^ Peanuts (Va.) per lb. 3 ? 8V. CATTLE MARKET. CHICAGQ, ILL., Feb. 2S.-CATTLE-BO. celpts, 200 head; nomlnal. Oood to prlmo st'eers, t^W^.li', poor to medlum. J3.25? 4.7S: stockera and feeders, ?2.3oS-l.70i cows, S1.4O?4.G0; helfers. $2?t.7fi; cariners: E1.-10? 2.601 bulls, $2?4.25: calves, J3.ffi?7.M; Tex as-fed ateers, |3.60?4.2S. Hogs?Receipts to-day, 1,600 head: Monday. 3S,O00 head; left oVer, 6.000 head; slow, steady to weak. Mlxed and butchers. tS.S0?7.20; good to cholce heavy, j7.2Jft7.42V_: rough beavy. Vi.mVM; light, $*.50S?.85: bulk of sales, W.85?r.20. sheep?Receipts, 1,000 head. Sheep and lambs steady. Good to cholce Wethers. $5?5.50: falr to choleo mlxed, ?4?4.75; native larnbs, $1.75G6.S5. NEW YORK, Feb. 2S.-BEEVES- No sales reported. Dressed beef steady; clty dressed, native sldes, extreme range, 5*4? DV4c. Calves?Reported sal*s of Westerns wero at J3.50 per 100 pounds; clty dressed veals, ll?Ho. Sheep and Lambs?General tone to both Bheep and lambs qulet. Kheep sold at $1.40^6.60 per 100 pounds; larnjws at ^0.75; dressed mutton. 7'^?9c. per pound; dressed. lambs, ??l_c. per pound liogs?No sajes reported. EAST BUFFAIX),' N. T? Fob. 23.-CAT TI.E?Steady. Veals, Sl per 100 lower; tops. tfffS.S; common tn good. $-l.50?7.75. llogS'-Heavy. steady; others 10015b: low? er. Heavy. I7.36K7.SO; a few at $7.55; mlx *ed, $7.20*37.35; yorkers. I7.10S7.15; plgs. Jij.75?6.S5; roughs, Ji3.40'g'(l.SO; stags, to.25? B.7E. Blsed siieep-and-ewes, 25c. hlgher; lambs, 5c. lower. Top lambs, $7(37.10; oulls to cood, J4.lVX34;.90; yearllngs, $5.f/V/?i5: ewes, $556.50; sheep. top mlxed, J5.60!5v.75: aulls to good, J2.7&36.40, CINCINNATI, O.. Feb. 2S.-IIOGS--Dull and lowpr at $email@example.com. Cattle--Actlve at $2?-l.75. Sheep?-Steady at !3?i.S5. Lambs? Steady at Ji.firstname.lastname@example.org. TOBACCO MARKET. Richmond, Va., Feb. 28. 1903. The tobacco market for the week end- ( Ing February 27th closed for the month m very good shape, 11 Brlght sun-cured lugs and wrappers wero very strong throughout the week, whlle low grade3 kept up at usual prices. several crops averaglng from 5S' to S1LS0 around, and selllng as hlgh as S1..50 per hundred for the best wrappers. Dark stemmlng and orlght tobacco are selllng at about tjie same flgures as last week'g quotations, ? Total amount sold at the four ware houses thls week, 427.S5S pounds. Total amount of loose tobacco sold during the month of February, 2,123,554 pounds. To? tal amount of looso tobacco sold dur? ing the season up to date, 7,2.9,038 pounds, Quotations are as follows: SUNtCURED TOBACCOa Prlmings .* 3.50014.50 Lugs, common . _.tjQ@ o.oo Lugs, good to prlme. 6.2b? 9.00 Leaf, common. S'S9S f-!?0 Leaf. medlum . 8.50? 9.50 Leaf, flne .10.50? 11.00 Wr?pper?...;.. 14.00? 16.60 v BRIGHT TOBACCOS. Smokers, common .* i-??2* 5-55 Smokers, medlum. g-oora tM Smokers,, Hns. 8.5P3 10.00 Cutters. eommon. 8.004* 10.00 Cutters, medlum. 10.00? 12.CO Cutters.. fino- .#$__-'&S? Cutters, fancy.14.00? 17.00 Flllera, common. 6.00? 7.00 Fillers, medlum ,.? 7.00? _9.00. FUl.m, flne .??-,. B'00@ 12.00 Wrapper?. medlum .'.."-5S? i!-52 Wrappers. flne .,.20.00? 25.00 Wrappers. faney . 30.00? 40.00. Leaf. medlum .,.'. 6-50C* 6.60 Leaf, rood . 6.60? 8.00 BROWN SH1PPING TOBACCOS. ., Lugs .,,,.,.f$4.50?$ 6.50 Leaf, medlu m.. 6.75? 7.50 Leaf. good . 8.00? 9.50 W. P, CTJ8HMAN, Bupervlsor of Sales. LTNCHBUR& TOBACCO MARKET. Lync-bburg, Va.. Feb, 3S, 1003. Tho Lynchburg tobacco market shows no material qh^nge a^ compared with' last weak. wltb tne axceptlon of a de cTded Inoraase ln the amount of brlght, tobacoo tlmt - is_, beingf offerad. Tlie ln? crease ln tne offerlnga of brlgbts ls ex? peoted to contlnue. Prices remaln about statlonary, w,lil|e the quallty of tlia broaks suowa a tendency to improve, PRIMINOS...* 1.5CQ* 5.00 liun4 ...... -V,.,,..,....5 J-50ra* 5.00 UMUtm dark lug. 4.00? 4.80 Good dark lugs.???. 4.25? 6.00 LCommon dark leaf. 6.00? ?.M Medlum dark Itaf. ???? g.bo Good dark )ea/T.. 7.00? 8.00 Flne dark leaf.,,.....,. J0.00? W,?i fxtraTno dark leaf.!_?__$ ?'$ lack wrappers.,. lo.PQ? *9iW 1 BRimTO TOBACCQ3, bVQS Common. o.oow b.ou Medlum brlght . *>.?m 7.M Good ,.,,,,.,,,,,,.,... 7,00? $.00 ^Common cutters. Mttt'SS Good cutters .,,,...,..,,.-??.. 13-00? 1400 BRIGHT WRAPPEBS- _?,?,.? Common. 6>*?.?'S9 Medlum. 8.00? 16"" Good .,..,,. 13.00? IB.w Fine .'.,,..,, ::::?::::::...:..:. 15.00? $0.00 tfAifod/wr wrAppbrs- ,. *!_?!_?? Good .,,,,,?,,,. 14.00? 25.00 Medlum ...,,.,,..;,.12.03? 2D.00 WRAPPER3 Common ,.,-.\;1-,,1 8-00? 13.00 Madlum ,,.,,.,,,",,.,,.,.,,..,, 12.60? 17.50 Oood .,,.,,,.;-; 17.60? 35.00 Fanoy ,..,,.,.35.00? 65.00 Sales of tobaocQ oi> tlia Lynoliburg mar. k?t reported by Jolm L. Ogleeby,. of Lyneb'S, Wareliouse, for tho two weeks ondlns Fobruary 38, 1908: / Sold week endlng February 2lst, 7JS.30O pounds: sold week endlng Felbruary 28th, Slt&QO poynrts; Iricreij^e for week endlng February BStb, D?,?i0 pounds. Sold from Ootob'ex J. 1902, tp Febmacy 28, }903. 13. Febru?ry 28, ISOO, JMftrfcft ? jwuivls: In isreaao for W- S.6C4.800 pounds, fteolpUi Wi$ waek HMher Uvtiv ?!?? ' SYDNOR AND HUNDLEY, IEADERS IN UurniturI w? VALUES. ___?_?_? '0 received this weok a large invoice of Up holstery Goods which we will Ije'please^to show, and quote prices ori recovjering odd pieces and parlor suites. "Our reputation " as niakers of "BOXOOUOHES,,istbo lvell established to need com ment. Prices from $9.90 to $40.00. We make an"8.& H." special, upholstered in Velour, Corduroy or Tapes try, at $16.60, that is an " EYE CLOSEK." Another shipment of ..GO-CARTS.. JUST IN. A handsome Hhe of MANTEL MIRR0RS, including several beautiful antique designs. To say we are overstockedinHall-Baoks, "Wardrobes, Sideboards and Parlor Suites is but telling the plain, unvarnished truth, ?whilft tha stock in general looks more liko December than February.' "We have a few special prices on LAOE OURTAINS, if yo^only wish one to three windows. The stock is particularly attrac tive, nofc only in designs, but prices. (Second floor?front.) Our " SPECIAL KOCKEK SALE " will last only as long as the special rockers do. SYDNOR & HUNDLEY, 709-11-13 E. Broad St. laat, wlth less of tho flne shlpplng and wrappers belng offered. Offerlngs of bright tobacco about tho aame as last week. PrlceB on all grades falrly well sustalned on both dark and bright at quotatlpna. DARK TOBACCO. Common lugs ......$ fMfM-SO Medium lugs .,. ?.Wf 6.00 Good lugs . 500$ ?.00 Common leaf. 6.003? 6.50 Medium leaf .?,. ?.00? 7.60 Good leaf. S.OOflj 10.00 Flne leaf .WoCffl 14.00 Wrappers .,.,.16.009 23,00 BRIGHT TOBACCO. Greon lugs .$ 2'55S* i_ Green leaf. .oo? b.bq Common bright luga..... 6.00? 7.60 Good bright rugs . 7.60? 8.60 Flne bright lugp \..'. J.oOffl 9.50 Common cutters . 7.00? 9-50 Good cutters . O.oO? U.M Flna outters. U.00@ 13-80 No wrappers offered. PETERSBURG TOBACCO MARKET. Peteraburg, Va., Feb. 38, 1003, Market very active and prlcea aie hlgh. Quotatlons are aa follows-. Common lugs .,.,.$ 3.60?J 4.00 Good lugs .t,......... 4.30? 8.00 Short leaf ....;.,.,.. B.OOfi) 6.00 Meadlum leaf . B.50g 7.B0 Good to flne shlpplng leaf.,... B.00? 16.00 Good t,o flne wrappers. 12.60(3) 21.00 MISCELLAHEOUS MARKETS. DRY GOODS MARKET. NBW YORK, Feb. 28.?Owlng to ths lnclem'ent weather condltions purchaaes at flrst hands ln dry goods have. been llmlted. Prlcea contlnue unusually flrm wlth many llnes heldat value. The man ufacturers In many Instanees are unwlll Ing .to aqcept offers whloh would have beon taken a week ago. . .' , , In jobblng quarters a fair trade la ln progress wlth lmproved condltions antl cipated foi' the comlng week. NAVAI, STOTtES. WII_tfINGTON. N. C., Feb. a^SPIR ITS TURPENTINE-Flrm at Ko.i re? celpts, 10 caska, Rosjn?Flrm at ll.OOi re? celpts, 306 barrcls. Crude Turpentlne?. Flrm at $2.40@4; recelpts. 1 barrel. T?r? Flrm a.t $1.851 recelpts. 118 barrajji,,,,? SAVANNAH, GA., Feb. 28,-TURPEN TINE?Flrm at 6Ce.| recelpts, 01 oasksj sales, 40 caska; esnorta, 60 casha, Rosln Flrmi recelpts. 1,675 barrels; sales, 694 barrelaj exportd. 1,690 barrela, PEANUT AND PEA MARKET. NORFOI/K, VA.. Feb. 28,-rTher* haji beon no change ln the dullness of the peanut market, but the prices ot peaa have rallen from last weelt rapldly. -The quotatlons ar? as followsi ; Fanoy, qulet at mo,] atjlotly prlme, 3%o.| prlme. 2Ue.: low gradf*. 3c. t ma chlns plcked. l%<a>2Mo,i Spanlsh, 76p. per. bushel. Blaokeye peaa, ?,_5 bag! blAcJt and sneckle peau, ?| clay und red nea?, SOo. Peanut basa iq bales-68 ln.. 7 4.10c. PETERSBURG, VA.. Feb. ES.-rMJA l^UTS-Spaonlsh new, aotlve at T8q, Vlr? glnla'a, new, aetlvo at 3c WARWE JNTELXIGENCB. PORT OF RICHMOND, FEB. S8, 1008, ARftlVKD. Steaptar Ilerklay, CaMiertne. Norfolk. merchandise euid passengora. Old Oomln-. ton line. Steam?r Pocahontaa, Gravea, Norfolk and Jamea River landlngs. merohandls* aml passengers, Vlrerlnla Navlvmtlon Co, Steamar Sagtnaw, Tunnell, Phlladelphla, Pa., nieroho.na.ls6 and passengers. Clyde llno. BAITwED, , gteamer Berkelay, Catherlne, Norfolk, morohandlae and paaaeug'erB, oid pomln* >o Ball Maroh l, JWM. _.? A Sfeamer Baglnaw, TunneU, Phlladel? phla, Pa., merr.handlse and paasepgers, C'lyde line, PORT OF WEST POINT. FEB. 58, 1803. SAIM5D. steamer Mary Tyler, Wnynes, Mattaponi River landlngs. pavsengers and general cargo, -v PORT N?wa?0?TrNBWS,-FBS, 29, 1803, ARRIVEB. Barge San Joaquln. Portland. Ba-rge J. 8. Khig, Portland. SohSooer C H- Venner. Norfolk. PAII.ED. Barge Florrle. Boston. Ba-ge Ohlo, NewHaVen. ?ehoone? Jenn?t Tlwmaa, B?v?B.__b, TO STOP ON FRAML1N Electric Cars Wlll Run from That Point ln Futurc. IMPOSED ON FOR SEALS Members of the Ex-Slave Assoclatlon of Petersburg are Belng Vlctimlzed in the Hope of Securlng _ Pension, (Speclal to Tbe -Imea.hlspiitch,) PETERSBURG, VA., Fobruary 28.? Among the lmprovements to bo mado ln Peteraburg by the Vlrglnla Paaaenger and Power Company wiu bs tho laylng of a spur track on Franklln Streot, where the electrlo cars betweon Peteraburg and Richmond wlll stop, lustcad of at Old Street. aa at presept The car.i wlll be run from Franklln Streot, Petersburg, to Broad Street, RIohmond, for one faio. Thero ls some cornplalnt belng made by passongera on the trolley line on account Ot tho Insuiriclent accommodatlons for colored passengers; Mr. Frank Berberlch, who was badly and probably. serlously lnjured yesterday, waa restlng fulrly well to-day, The cx tent of hls Internal Injurles cannot be known for a day or-two. The membora of tho Ex-Slave Assocla? tlon ln Petersburg are belng Imposed on for seals. Each member of the assocla? tlon ls requlred tq have a certain paper certlfylng hls membershlp. Thla paper haa a red aeaj for whlch the holder paya ten cents. Slnc* ths payment to tho mnn wlth tho red eeaJ another has appeared, explalnlng that a whlte seal ls neceesary to secure the payment of a pension. He has collepted ten cents from each mem? ber of the assoclatlon. Another seal man may aoon show up, and the business wlll piobatoly oontlnuo aa long as It la proflt able. TO DELIVER ADDRESS, Rev. George E. Booker, the pastor of Hlgh-Street Methodist Church ln thls clty, haa baen phosen by the alumnl of Willlam and Mary Collego to dellver an addresa befors the soclety at tho college commencement wsek. A maetln'g of thja-'Retall Clerks' Assocla? tlon will be held at Red Men's Hall Mon? day ovenlng. OfBcers wll be eleoted at thls tlme, Henry Coleman, a negro sixty-flve years old, llvlng tn Surry county, has been 'sent on to the Federal grand Jury on tho charge of making false Ipaths on hls appllcatlon for pension. He wll) be held ln Norfolk urrtll the June term of the United StMes Court, wh.en hls case wlll be. trled. Tho old'negro made oath that he was a member of Company I. Elgh teenth Reglmenl of Colored United States Infautry. He did not-.aerve ln the war at all, and has no claiin on the sovernr. ment for a penslon.v ? r SHOT HEMSEIiF. James Gray (oolorpd). llvlng near TVaverly, Sussex county, accldentally shot and kllled hlmself Thursday nlght. Gray was lnspectlng a loaded plstol ,when lt was'aoelflantally pred.. The ball pene trated the brfmUl)J _ ~S _.4 ;,-'. Sam 'Johna*n.Xcoloro4>,.wa? acqultted thls mornlng by tho Mayor of the charge of theft preferred agalnst hlm by hls father. The negro beara a good reputa t|on ln police clrclea, and,there has ri ever been any aocusatlon agalnst him from any one exqept hlg father. The oplnlon prevalls that the charges are unfounded. ; Rev W. B, Beauehamp wlll ? address the men'-'meettng at tho Young Men's Chrls? tlan Assoclatlon to-morrow afternoon at Dr. Battlo wlll preach at the Flrst Bap? tlst Church to-morrow mornlng P-nd evenlng. ? ..., , , 'it\_ ?,. The revlvat servlces being held at Market-Streot Methodist Churchwill-con tlnut untll next week. Rev. W, B,Beau ohwnp. PHrtw of BrojuJ-Street Church, Blphmond, preaxhsd each evenlng QEN. BUCKNER'S SPEECH Hero of Two Wars to the Young Heroos at the Instltute. (Special to The Tlmes-DUpsteh.l JjEXINGTON, VA.. Fetoruary 28,-Last nlght .General S. B. Buckner. of ICen tuoky, addrsssed the corps of cadets of the Virginla Milltary Instltute ln the JacKaon M?morJ-l Hall at that inetltu tlon. Hls'subject was the Jtfexloan war. As he> waa an ofneer ln the army at the tlme, a?4 served through that war wlth Meade, BtcWes. Jackson nnd kee, he Is well fltted to make such an address. He related many rorntniscenpea of that strug gle that wers Interestlng and hlstorlcal, but whlch have, unfortunately. found no placp Jn nistory, General B-ckner was Introduced to the oadets by General Shlpp, the superlnten? dent of tru> Instltuto. It was an Jnspir Ing slght tp behold thoso two heroes, one the gallant Jeader of two wors, the othor atlll bearing the wound. rocelved at tho battle of New Market, Genoral ,Buokner sald that lt did not seem so long ago when he wns a young oadet at West Point, and waa bound by the same tlos to hls classmatea as the many happy youths before hlm to thelrs. "And y?t," lie pathetlcally rarnarked, "gentlemen, you see ln me the last single survlvor of that noted class of 1344." By the applause that was acporded hlm whep Jje flnlshed hls 'talk lt appeared that the co-rpu of oadets was agreed that the class that graduated from West Point ln ?4* had a, nohie, repre-pntatlve, ??? h >. " '' WANT THE NORMAL Bedford Oity ls Movlng Actlvely to Se? cure tho New Sohool. (Speclnl to The Tlm???l?P?t<*,) BJSD1T0RP Ciry. VA-, F_bru&ry B8.~ ln eplte of ths heavy ra4n there was a large- wi* anthuslastlp meetlng held ln thp oourthouse Itwt nlght to taKe. steps to ssourp for Bedford ths locatlon of the proposo State Normal Schoql. The meetlng wau called by tho Mayor and was ln overy reinset representatlve. Mr J, t*wrence Campbell was called to the oholr, and t?peech*? wer? made by Revs, W. 6. IW?U, J.' W. iBbaoWord, Professor J. R. Guy *n<* others. The meetlng appointed Judgo j R, TuqHer and Alr, J, l-awrence Campbell to wgn Bed'ord'a clalms. before the t*_lalature, and to saoura the pasaa.se -f the Claytor bill, Messrs, H. 0. Hwmphrsys aud Nel so nSale were chosen alternatea. A oom mlttee was also sel*Hed to secure funda (a defray thp expenses of toh gentlemen sent to RIohmond- The people of Bed? ford are thorouphlv 1" earnest and are conjldent no other seqtlon has more elalm tor reeognUlon ?? has thls uounty, whloh ha? never recelved a State appro? prlation. _ Negro Infantlclde, flOCKYMoWr, VA.. Feb. 38,-A no g?a woman emj'l^ved ln th* -famlly cf C. 1 Klioaf, hirtr Qf .tobacco f'r tli?> Amerlean T-bacco^Company, w|i.) i,'.'l\'l>. 1 Dirth to ? lieulii'y <UU41 t*w aivya w wm arfes,*,1 Ihls cvanlng, .turg.4 wilb lnfahtlelde. 'iho th-lt.' .vUmiIIv dled from expon-f., h* lt ??-<? found hld undol aome br__h ln tlio rear of tho premlses. . a The Stato Hospital. Edltor of The TlmcB-Dlspatch: Slr,-t read ln ono of the clty papor. wher. donator Barksdilo wanted to know why the Weatern Stato Hospital, Staun ton, always took tlio llberty of excoedlng Its annual appropriatlon, and stated thnt lf the Leglslaturo passed the blll to rnake up the deflolt of thls year lt wouid bank. rupt the State, ? Could we bankrupt thls grand old Stato for any grander, i noblor work than to allevlat? tho sufterlngu of thls affllotod olasa of peoplo? Who of us can poftltlvoly assertllot our soclal po? sltlon, wealth and loarnlng, be what it may, Uiat wo wlll nevor becomo as help less .and as dependent aa the moat for saken and worst patlent conflned ln any of our Stato asylume? May we' not by some sudden calamity.or boreavement bo bereft of both reason and property? Tho crylng and ?reatest need of Virglnia is not that she ' should havo better Jalls, roformatorles and that tho popltentlary should bo enlargod, but tho shamcful munner In whlcb her Insane aro neglest should be correotod, lt wouid bo moro humari? for tha Legls lature, whloh ls now ln sesslon, to pass a law providlng that every insano person who ls absolutoly .dependont upon i the State to bo ohloroformed than bo aa sadly, noglected.' Ono can woll undorstand why It oosts more to malntaln th? Western Hospital than tho paotern or gouth-west. ern. It ls our larsfati the climate ls better for tho health of patlents, and for thls reason patlenta prefer golng there, and thls year they were forced to take patlents whlcb could have been sent to Willlamsburg. I am confldont that if members of th* Leglslaturo only knew th. worklng of the Wostern Hospltn.1, that Instead of ptcklng to pieces the Ex? ocutlvo Board and the physlclaps in charge, they wouid mako a muoh larger appropriatlon not only for thls hospital, but ?very on? In th? State, Dr. BenJ. Blackford, superlntendent, is a iman emjnontly sulted for the posltlon ho occuplea and has a corps of nobl? Chrlstlan men and women?Drs, George S. Walker, Joseph S. DeJarnott? and Ch'ertsey Hopklns?as his asslstants. They do all In th?lr power to relleve the suffaring, add to th? happlnes_ and hnst. on the recovery of thosa persons ontru.t ed to thelr care, but are aadly crlppled In thelr work by an appropriatlon not sufflclently large for the proper malnte nnnce of suoh an institutlon. Mr. C. Miller, seward, and Mr. C. J, Armstead, clerk, are well posted In their work, and falth fully perform every duty, What could a dozen of our most espment and talented physlclans, much less five, In cludlng the superlntendent, do for th? number of patlents to b? treated, when we conslder the detaljed work whlch must of necessity b? dono ln suoh an In? stitutlon as wo flnd at Staunton? Ought there not to be at each of these hospltala at least one physlclan who Is an.expert on insanlty, wo wouid be relleved of all duty, and study th? indlvldual caso of each patlent, as .they may bo received, to enable them to be glven proper iwsdl cal treatment and not bo treated ?n mass^"as ls now belng done? * Does not the Stato do as much for her convicts, who dejlberatelyf by thelr own aotions, brlng not only sjifferlng' upon their own heads, but aortrow and dlsgrace upon tho lnnocent? Are they not as comfortably clad, as well fed, when nslck, glven as equally good medlcal treatment, and ar? they requlred to work any harder .than tha, Insane who are .able to work? \ God grant that the day may soon dawn when not only our law-maklng, but our cltlzens, generally, bo aroused to the im portanca of carlng for thls claes of suf? forlng humanlty. SALLIE W, WEST. Richmond, Va. A Constitutlonal Questlon. Edltor of The Tlmes-DIspatch: S|r,?1? readjng over tho new Constltu? tlon of Virginla I flnd tho followlng in Sectlon 21 relatlve to tlie requirements for votlng: "He shall, unless physlcally unablo, prepare and deposit hla ballot without aid, on such printed form as tha law may prescrlbe.'' .^-~ The punctuatlon liereln is th? same as that of the copy of tho Constltutlon ax amlned. But punctuate thls clauso as you wi)l, ls there any way that lt can be made to avold tihe requirement that a. ballot in order to b? legal, shall ba de poslted "wttliout aid, on auch printed form as tho law may prescrlbe?' ERNE8T A. GRAY. Clnclnnatl, Ohlo, Feb. 27. EAGLE WING'S MATE WAS MURDERED Body Found at NorfolK ln Mutilated Conditlon is Identifled. (SpecUl to The Times-Dlspatub.) NORFOLK, VA? February ?8,-The mutilated body of a. man waa found on tho boaeh at Atlantlo Clty Ward" thls afternoon, The body was Idontlfted as that of tha, mate of tho schooner Eagle Wlng, now undergoln* repalra at New? port Newa, Ha has been mlssing for ten days. Tho outa on th? body ehow evl dencaa of an'attempt to dlsmember lt by lnsertlng tha knlf? between th? Jolnts, Th? ooronar declarea that a foiji murder has been committed. Tho body Is that of a strong man of nfty years of aga, wltb gray halr and a sandy moustaeha, Tha right eor waa out off, the face waa hackad. tha l?gs wara broken, and ono of tho bones of ono Us wa$ out aa lf wltli a cleayer. Tho trousers and alioea romalnad', but tho olotheij of the trunk waro torn away. except tho front of th? ehlrt and tho Ua. Thoro aro two thsorles. Ono ls that tho man's body was struck by tho propolier of a vesaelj the other ls that cuta may havo been In'flloted by eomo qqo who stood over hlm to hack hls body with a sliarp and heavy Instrument. Read BOBS, thlrd page. Read BOB&Thlrfl P?5? Commonwealth of Virginla, LAND OFFICE, Rlohmond, Feb. 25, 1903. Bidders Wanted. j? ursuanfc to an Act of the Gonoral As eomblv of Virginla, apprnved by tho Gov ernor on .Timuary 28,1003,14es!re bUU to eroofca steol orircn fimeaurounu. tboatatuo of General Itc-hort }5. Lee, in Leo Dlstrlct, thls olty. SuWificatlons can bo had by wrlttng to ov cftlHng on mo at my offlco. Right wlll bo reserved to rejeetnll bld. piado. JKO, W. WCHARDSOK, a#il*t?r of Und Qffioi* . AMUSEMENTS, AMUSEMENT3. immmmwsmv?WmmimaMmmm i ACADEMY. ???;, SATURDAY, I1ARCH ...7... S Firsfc and only appearance this season of the original'Boacl Oompany presenting HOYT'S Greatest and Lasting Success ? ?? TEER SUPERIOR COMPANY ALL THE OLD FAVORITES LAUGHTER EYERY MINUTE riARCH ...3... aTSt wednesday, GERTRUDE COGHLAN In a Dramatizafciqn of Maurice Thompson's Oharming Eomanco ALICE OF ! ORIOINAL MASSIVB NEW YORK SCENIC PKODUCTIQN ELABORATE EU.CTRICAL .EFFGCTS ] OLD VINCENNES PRICES, 25c, 50c, 75c, $1.00, $1.50 SALE OP SEATS OPENS. THURSDAY, MARCH 4. ONE NIGHT ONLY. PRIMROSE & DOCkSTADER'5 MINSTRELS Tbe Greatest Minstrel Organization in the TVorld. TICKETS FOR flANSFlELD.?AII tickets ordered .and laid aside will be sold unless called for by next Friday evenlng. GEORGE FAWGETT 00. - presenting PERCY (.ASWELL Her first time this soason in this city nnclerhis management.' MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY "FED0RA" _? Miss Hasivell in the title part. EAST LYJSME" THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY , r ? .. , . An entirely new version with Miss Haswell as Jjady *b?u?m.. OritioB have heen xinanimous in their,pmse of Miss Has well and the company. Superb Proctuctions I Stnnning Gowns I MATINJ5ES, TUESDAY, THURSDAY AND SATUKDAY. H0 ADVANCE IN PRICES 0UT-REC0RDSNG ALL Consecutive Performances, ATTENDED BY IHDISPUTABLE SUCCESS. STAMPING "BOSTOGK'S" As the Most Popular Amusement Resort Ever Organizesi in the Histary of Richmond, _.._-_ mw __ a_ia 1 n II ADMISSION 25 OENTS DAILY AT 2 AND 7 r, m* ohildren is oents SUNDAYS EXHIBITION 0FANIMALS ONLY, FRIDAY MARCH 6TH. BENEFIT METHODIST ORPHANAGE JUDGE CAMPBELL HAS GONE TO AMHERST Thera woreN no new dovelopmenta In tho Campbell case yesterday. The Committee (or Courts of Jurtlce wlll maet on Wednesday afUruoon. when lt is expected that tne two reports that have bemi untlelp-tad wlll be ready for the t,|siiature.-i of tho members. Jurtfie Campboll left for M? home yes? terday mornlni;. He ls expected to re turn here, ln * fow days. lt ls be lloved" that Uio llnul llne-uii of tlie com? mittee wlll be r'lnut ua was Indle.ited in The Tline*-piss Mi of-yetiterduy. Rc;\d BQB9, thlrd pago. Read BQB8, ^4 $>???? THE VALENTING MUSEUM ELEVENTH AND CI_\T STREETS.: Open dally from 10 A, M. to 5 ?, M. Admlsslon, ua cents. Freo on Saturday*. THE CONFEDERATE MUSEUM TWEEFTH AND CEAV STREETS. Opena dally from fl A. M. to 8 P. M Admlsslon. !5 sent*. Frpo on __turd_ys. M^rTTmSTsT ORPHANAOB BENEFIT-* Bnstock's Arena. FRIDAY. MARCH "h. afternoon and ovonlng. Tlcliou on oaie nt S. E. Blshop'*, J, ^-Gr'gg *h?? <r?,; Acius Gfooeo' Co..'Polk MlUer's. John Bauer's. E- B. Taylor Co? an4 WfW dfcivs. Regular prlea*.____=___? ii. ?ii i ii_?i munmmmm OPFICE FOR RENT. I Havo eomo very deslrabloof- ? flyaa for rent, Tonin aiw Maln ? and Rbel Bulldlng. Nlnth aad Maln ?, Street*. Address Real Estato Truat ? "" East M-?in ,3tro?t ? '