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ATHLETICS AND CHAMPIONS
IN GREAT 20 INNING GAME
'All Records Broken in Long and
Exciting Contest Yes?
WADDILL AND Y0UN6 PITCH
Cleveland and Chicago Break
Even and Arc Still Tied
for First Place.
Chicago, 8; Clovelund, 2.
Philadelphia; 5;. Boston, 2.
Detroit, 4; St. Louis, 1.
Cleveland, f>; Chicago, 2.
Philadelphia, 1; BoBton, 2 (twenty ln
New York, S; Washington, 6.
New York, 3; Washington, 2.
' St. Louis, 11; Detroit, 0.
Where They Play To-day.
Philadelphia nt Boston.
Washington at New York.
Chicago at Cleveland.
St. Louis ut Detroit.
Standing of the Clubs.
Clobs. won Lost F| Clubs. Won Lost P
Chicago .33 22 .sSHRoston ??????*< ? ?*]}
Cleveland ...33 V. .?M? New Ynrk...M SJ .411
I'hilndelphla.M B4 .?? Kt- Louis....82 #> .3M
Detroit .? 32 M Wastiinirlon.M *> .315
Philadelphia, 4. 5; Boston, 2, 2.
(By Associated Press.)
BOSTON. July 4.?All record*) for leng?
thy ball games 111 this city were broken
this afternoon, when Philadelphia de?
feated Boston four to two, after twenty
exciting Innings. Tho previous profes
flonnl record In the East, a Boston-Prov
Idence game, eighteen Innings. Wad stood
A fumble, a hit by pitched hall, a force
out nnd two singles gave- the vixltors two
runs and tho game In the final Inning.
Ferris gavo the finest exhibition of In?
field I ng seen in this city for years, ac?
cepting rfixtircn chances, many of them
difficult, out of seventeen. Young's re?
markable steadiness, not giving a bane
on balls In the entire game, was also a
Waddell's work was wonderful after
tho first inning, and four times In the
game, when it looked like Boston runs,
hiB pitching held the home tonm safely.
Davis's home run In the sixth Inning
was the only batting feature. Knight
?was knocked out by being' struck with
n pitched ball In the twentieth Inning
and was replaced by Monte Cross.
Boston.2 000000000000000000 0-2
Phila .OO00020OOOO0O0O0OO0 2-4
Batteries: Young and Crlger; Waddell
and Hchrcck. Time, 3:31. Umpire?. Mc?
Carthy and Kelly. Attendance, 12,668.
Morning Gamp: The Bostons outbatted
the visitors to-day. tweve hits to seven,
but lost because they bunched two er?
rors with a pass and a hit in one Inning.
Parents's batting was tho feature.
Score: R. H. E.
Boston .HOI 10000(1-2 12 3
Philadelphia .0 10 10 0 0 3 0-3 7 3
Batteries: Tannehlll and McGovern;
Plank. Coakley. Waddell -nnd Schrcck.
Time, 1:52. Umpires, McCarthy and Kel
ley. Attendance. S.T/T.
Chicago, 8, 2; Cleveland, 2, 5.
CLEVELAND. O., July 4.?In the pres?
ence of the largest crowd ever present
at League Park, Chicago defeated Cleve?
land this morning, thus breaking the tie
for first place. Altrock was a puzzle,
?while Hoes wns hit hard and received
poor support In the sixth Inning, 'when
Chicago scored six runs. A running
catch by Jackson, doubling Jones at first
base, was the feature.
Score: R R. E.
Cleveland . 10 0 0 0 0 0 10-2 11 4
Chicago .000 01600 1?S 11 3
Batteries: Hoss and Buelow; Altrock
and MacFarlnnd. Time. 1:50. Umpire,
Connolly. Attendance, 15,619.
Afternoon Game: Moore outpltehed
Smith this afternoon, and Cleveland de?
feated Chicago five to two. thus tlelng
Chicago aguln for first place. '
Score: R. h. jj.
Cleveland .0 0 1 0 1 1 0 2 ??5 9 2
Chicago . 0OO110000?2 5 3
Batteries: Moore nnd Bemls; Smith and
MacFurland. Time, 1:50. Umpire, Con?
nolly; Attendance, :ll,i32.
New York, 8, 3; Washington, 5, 2.
NEW YORK, July 4.-Thc New Yorks
called off the mornlnsr game and played a
double-header with Washington this at
New York Stock Exchange,
New York Cotton Exchange.
? Offer Subject <o Previous Sale or
CITY OP IUCmiOND (VA.)
4 TER CENT. BONDS, DUB 1038.
Price Upon Application.
DAVENPORT & TREACY
Fine values this week
In slightly used
Full size guaranteed
$135 to $185
OTHER EXTRA INNING GAMES,
July 3, 1887? Northwestern League!
Milwaukee, 4j Oakdala, 3| seventeen
September 7, 1896?Western League:
Grand Rapids, 10; Kansas,City, 9; six?
teen Innnlngs. <
May 8, 1890?Western League: St,
Paul, 5; Milwaukee, 4; savsnteen In?
September 4. 1899? Western League:
St. Paul, 3; Indianapolis, 2; sixteen In?
July 22. 1900?American League! Chi?
cago, 5; Cleveland, 6; sixteen Innings,
August 9, 1900?-American League:
Milwaukee, 3| Chicago, 2) seventeen
July 3, 1901?American League: De?
troit, 7: Milwaukee, 6: sixteen Innings.
May 18, 1902?American Leagues Chi?
cago, 2; St. Louis, 2: seventeen Innings.
July 9,1902?American Lengue: Phil?
adelphia, 4; Boston, 2; seventeen In?
tornoon. defeating the visitors In both con?
tents. Five pitchers were used In tho
opening game, and after Washington* hud
secured a good lead the locals batted out
four runs In the fifth and won hnndily.
Tho second game wsw a pitchers' contest
Between Chesbo and Wolfe, the former
having a shado the bettor of It.
Score by Innings: R. H. E.
New York.0 2 0 0.4 1*1 Ox? 8 10 3
Washington .1 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 o- r. 8 4
Batteries-Griffith, Hogg, Powell and
Klolnow; Batten, Hughes and Heyden.
Tlmo, 2 hours.
Detroit, 4; St. Louis, 1.
Score by Innings: . n. H. E.
New York.0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 x-3 5 4
Washington .0 2 0000000?2 2 2
Battorfes-Chesbro and MeGuIre; Wolfe
nnd Kittredgo. Time. 1:80. Umpires?
O'l^oughlln and Connor. Attendance,
Detroit, 4; St. Louis', 1.
DETROIT. MCH.i July 4~M<a8terly pitch?
ing by Donovan almost shut out St, f/mis
In tho morning game. Detroit bunched
three Singles and a double -In the nfth in?
ning, winning the game. O'Leary's won?
derful stop and throw'of Koehler In the
eighth wns the fielding feature of the.
Score by Inning: R. H. E.
Detroit .0O003O001-4 9 1
St. Louis.OOOOOOlOO-l 7 1
Batteries?Donovan and Doran; Pclty
and Roth. Time, 1:40. Umpire, Sheridan.
Philadelphia 2, New York 0.
Pittsburg 8, Cincinnati 2.
Chicago 3. St. Louis 2. .
Brooklyn 8, Boston O.
New York 6, Philadelphia 3.
Pittsburg 8, Cincinnati 1.
Chicago 11, St. Louis L
Brooklyn 2, Boston 1. ?'
Where They Play To-day.
New York at Philadelphia.
Pittsburg at Chicago.
Boston at Brooklyn.
Standing of the Clubs.
Clubs. Won I-ost PI Clubs. Won Lost P.
New York...? M .714 (Cincinnati V.3S 33 .515
PUtshurg ...43 27 .814 Bt. Louis....25 44 .3*2
Chicago .42 28 .600 Brooklyn ...21 49 .300
Philadelphia.40 27 .G77 Boston ..20 4S .?4
Philadelphia, 2, 3; New York, 0, 6
PHILADELPHIA. July 4.-Suthoft gave
New York only three hits In the morn?
ing-game and the visitors were shut out.
Bhesnahan was Injured by a foul tip ln
the sixth Inninu and retired.
Score: R. H. E.
New York. O 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 3 2
Philadelphia . 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 *-2 8 1
Batteries: Matthowson and Clarke; Sut
hof and Dooln. Timo, 1:40. Umpires,
Emslie and Klem. Attendance, 12,996.
Afternoon Game: New York won the
afternoon game by hard and consecu?
Score: R. H. E.
New York. 10 0 112 0 10-610 3
Philadelphia . O 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 0-3 S 2
Bntterles: McOlnnlty and Boworman;
Sparks and Dooln. Time, 1:50. Umpires,
Klem and Emslie. Attendance, 17,403.
Pittsburg, 8, 8; Cincinnati, 2, 1.
PITTSBURG, PA., July 4.-The Pltts
burgs this morning; won tho game In tho
first Inning, when they hit Overall for
four singles and a triple, netting five
runs. Chech succeeded Overall the next
innlni- and did better. ?
Score: R. H. B.
Pittsburg . 50000030 ?-8 12 0
Cincinnati . 0 001010 00-2 7 1
Batteries: Flaherty and Pelts; Overall,
Chech and Phelps. Time, 1:46. Umpire,
Bausewlne, Attendance, 9,450.
Afternoon Game: Pittsburg outplayed
Cincinnati at every point. Rain delayed
the game thirty minutes, but before the
storm came, Cincinnati had lost, and
Pittsburg scored five moro runs in the
mud after resumption.
Score: r. h. E.
Pittsburg . 2 0 016 000*?8 9 2
Cincinnati . OIOOOOOOO?1 a 4
Batteries: Lever and Carlsch; Overall
aim Schlel. Tlmte. 2 hours. Umpire,
Bausewlno. Attendance, 10,105.
Chicago, 3, 11; St. Louis, 2, 1.
CHICAGO, July 4.-Tho Chicago beam
won the morning gamo by clean hitting,
sacrificing, and good base running, Egan
pitched a much hotter gamo than the
Reoro: II, H. BJ.
Chicago .1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 x?3 9 0
St. Louis ...() il 0 2 () 0 0 0 0-2 6 2
Batteries: Lundgron nnd O'Neill; Egan
and Zearfoss. Time, 1:50, Umpire, O'Day.
Aftornoon game: Chlcugo found
Nichols very easy In the after?
noon game, and pounded him naro
ly. thirteen times for a total of nine?
ty" b,aH*8' Only three singles were madfl
pit Wicker. Both games wero good ex?
hibitions of clean fielding, tho work of
tho homo team being perfect, while tho
v ?USirii "cpepted all but three chances,
all difficult, ones, In tho eighth Inning.
Score: R. H E
Chicago.2 0 013160X-U 13 6
St. Louis .000 100000-1 3 1
Batteries: Wicker and Kllng; Nichols
and Zearfoss. Time, 1:80. Umpire, O'Day
Attendance, 11,000. f"? "r"*';
Brooklyn, 8, a; Boston, 0,1.
BROOKLYN, N. Y? July 4.-Dlsplaylng
mow ginger than they havo done at any
tlmo this season tho Brooklyn Nationals
won the morning game, "shutting out tho
visitors. Dobbs's batting was tho fea?
Score: r, 11, to
Brooklyn .0 0 3 0 0 1 4 1 x-8 ia i
Boston .000000000-0 0 8
Butteries: Bason and Rltter; Wolhelm
Noedham and Moron. Tlmo, 3 hours
Umpire, Johnstono. A'tleialaiico, 2,000.
Afternoon game: Three straights from
Boston Is the result so far of tho aeries
being ployed-between these teams und
afuor tho morning victory, the afternoon
gamo was very close. It was nip ? and
tuck until RJelntyre won his own game
with a home run, hit in the third Inning,
and nobody was able to score during tho
Score i R. H. E.
Brooklyn.0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 x-2 6 1
Boston .10 00 00 0 00-1 6 1
Batteries: Mclntyro and Bercen.v.Frazer
and RJoran. Time, 1:81. Umpire, John?
ston*, Attendance, 5,000,
FINANCIALS. . :
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mM r n ? ^ ? RI-fflPl!!MIIL4JLElL0|HT. BONDS
'110 llflfl PUE 'M8ITI06? iMWEHESf:
ill I UU,UUU it which price they yield about 3.70
? ( per cent, on the investment
Wo respectfully mil tho attention of f.lio holder* of maturing
Richmond City fl's to tho above offer.
ItRANGH, OABKLh * CO.,
i\ ? lilt Knst Main Street.
DAVENPORT * CO.,
11J3 KitKt Main Street.
NOTICE OF REMOVAL.
Wo nre how located In our new and commodious quarters, fully
equipped to serve our many valued patrons and tho public generally.
PROVIDENT SAVINGS BANK,
Comer Ninth nnd Main Streets
(Mutual Assurance Society Building).
S. GALESKI, President. W, GRAY WATTSON, Cashier.
Surprise Their Friends.
Mr. James II. Barrow, son of Mr. J.
E. Burrow, of this city, and Miss Joan
nette Pngo . Porter, also of this city,
boarded the early train for Washington
yesterday morning for a holiday outing.
Lato yesterday afternoon tho father of
the young; man received a telegram in?
forming him of tho marriage of the
young; people In tho national capital.
Miss Porter Is a charming and pretty
young lady, a sister of Mr. William S.
Porter, of the Chesapeake and Ohio Rail?
road. Mr. Barrow is employed as a
clerk at the Richmond branch of the
American Locomotive Company. *
After spending some days in Washing?
ton and Bultlmoro. Mr. Barrow nnd his
bride will make their home at No. C10
North Eighth Street, this city.
Valuable Property to Be Sold.
Messrs. J. D. Carneal and Sons, real
estate auctioneers, will to-morrow at 6:30
o'clock In tho afternoon sell at pubi.e
auction the handsome property on tho
northeast corner of Marshall and Ninth
Streets, Including a brick dwelling. No.
902 East Marshall Street.
The property Is considered very valua?
ble. It Is centrally located and in a
nice residential neighborhood. The Indi?
cations are that the sale will bo largely
Honor to Captain Millar.
(Special to Tho Tlmes-Dlspatch.)
FRONT ROYA.L. VA., July 4,-Before
the Warren Light Infantry last night a
handsomo sliver stein, bearing tho Inscrip?
tion "Presented by the Officers and Men of
the Warren Light Infantry, an Expres?
sion of Devotion to Their Captain, Sam?
uel Rolfe Millar," was presented by Sena?
tor M. J. Fulton, of this city.
Captain Millar's resignation was tho
result of his recent promotion to major
In the 8eventy-second Regiment. During
his service as captain, Major Millar en
Joyed the distinction of belne ono of the
most efficient and popular officers in the
Atlantic Coast Line Dividend.
The Atlantic Coast Lino has declared
its semi-annual dividend on its common
ratock, payable July lath..
Johnson for President.?
CHICAGO, N. Y., July 4.-Accordlng to
a report in political circles yesterday Tom
L. John?on Is an. aspirant for the Demo?
cratic nomination for President in 190S
and Intends to seek this nomination on a
platform declaring for governmental
ownership of transportation lines.
This Is said to ho the underlying mo?
tive of Johnron in taking so active an
Interest in the effort to municipalize the
Chicago traction lines. Mayor Duimo Is
grooming the Cleveland man for the
Presidency and. It is understood, hopes
to deliver him the Illinois delegation.
The report caused a smile among the
Harrison men. who have well defined
hopes of getting the Illinois delegation
for Carter H. Harrison.
Hume's Famous Retort.
Hume, the historian, found himself one
day at a social dinner, next to Lord John
Russell. In the courso of conversation
his Lordship said: "What do you con?
sider the object of legislation?" "The
greatest good to the greatest number,"
was Hume's answer. . "And whnt do
you consider the greatest number?" con?
tinued Lord John Russell. "No. 1, my
lord; .was tho ? historian's answer.
Liverpool Cotton Market.
LIVERPOOL. July 4?4 P. M.-Spot cctton In
limited demand: prices 61 points higher; Amer?
ican middling fair at 6.37: good middling, 6.05;
middling, 5.89; low middling, 5.73; good ordi?
nary, 6.55; ordinary, 5.19.
The sales of the day wero 7,000 bales, of
which BOO were for speculation and export and
Included 8,300 American. Receipts 12,000 bale?,
Including 8,900 American.
Futures opened nrm and closed strong: Amor
lean middling, tc. o. c, July, 5.Si: July-August,
6.84; August-September, 0.64; September-Ooto
bcr, B.S4; October-Uovember, 5.83; November
December, 5.83; December-January. 6.88; Jan
uary-February}, 8.83; February-March, 6.83;
March-April, 5.S3; April-May, 6.S3; May-June,
PORT NEWPORT NEWS, JULY 4, 1903,'
Steamer Cnyo Domingo, Pensacola.
Steamer Crown of Granada, Clyde.
Schooner. Henry L. Peckham, Norfolk.
Barge Buena Ventura, Boston.
XIargo City ot Atlanta, Providence.
Barge Bristol, Boston.
Bargo Halton. noston.
Barge Oeo. R. Skolflold, Boston.
(By Associated Press.)
NEW YORK, July 4.?The Liverpool
market evidently regards tho report of
the Department of Agriculture upon ac?
tion, published yvosterday, even moro
bulllshly than America. Prices in Liver?
pool havo to-day advnncetl some sixty
seven polntB sterling, which is the equi?
valent of 1(11 points In American currency,
ns against a riet advance of 100 polntB In
the New York market yasterday.
My private cables advise that tho un?
official market on the curb In Liverpool
was still higher nnd that buying orders
are being recelvod from all over .Eu?
rope, This foreshadows much higher
prices In America. Europe consumes six?
ty per cent, of tho American cotton crop
and their eagerness to buy oven at tho
advance Is conclusive evidence that tho
controlling demand is ns yet unsatisfied.
Private cables advise' that a very- largo
number of spinners aro under contract
for their manufactured output as far
ahead as July, 1906, and that they nro
much concerned over tho situation, nnd
will shortly becomo heavy and precipi?
tate buyers. Meanwhllo such crop re?
ports as I havo received from the South
to-ilny continue exceeding gloomy In
olptruoter. The boll w.tevll Is rapidly
extending tho area of Us. depredation In
Texas and while continued ruins -would
mean nn exceedingly .late and unpromis?
ing crop, a drought would result in com?
1' would appreciate it if those of my
correspondents, to .whose oyo this ad?
vertisement may come, will tolograph
me not more than ten words ut my ex?
pense, advising me as to tho crop out?
look In their section, and I would es?
pecially pei'iuest my correspondents in
Texas and Louisiana to note carefully
and telegraph me promptly nny Indica?
tion of Increase of serious damage from
THEODORE M. PRICE.
6 TO 8 PER GENT. INTEREST
Many .Southern Cotton Mill
Stocks Pay Above Rates.
Wo offer somo gilt-edged
7 Per Cent. Preferred Stocks
Country and Municipal Bonds
To Net S and 6 Per Cent.
' Write for our offerings.
Would like to have offerings from sellers.
LE ROY DAVIDSON,,
Banker and Broker,
Charlotte, N. C, and New York.
i W. M. HABLISTON.
W. M. ADDISON, Cashier.
O. 8. MORTON, Assistant Cashier.
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Spanish War Veteran Struck By
(Special to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.)
HEJDSV'ILLE, N: C, July 4.-fcdgar
Williams, about twenty-seven years old,
son of ex-Mayor R. ..L. Williams, was
crushed by one of tho fast north-bound
passenger trains early this morning, ana
died about i o'clock. '
It-is supposed t:-.e' young man was
elthor sitting or standing on tho track
when he was struck. The mangled form
was Immediately carried to tho family
home on Main Street, and physicians
dressed tho wounds. Throe ribs ? wero
broken, the side of the face was horribly
lacerated and there wero Indications of
Internal Injuries, and. the- young man
never regained consciousness.
During tho recent Spanish-American
war he was a volunteer and sorved witn
the regular army ln the Hospital Corps.
RE ? D Kicnmona, Frederick*
? li V ?? burg <ft Potomac B. B.
[rains L?ave Richmond?Northward.
4:16 A. M.?Dally?Byri Bt_ Through.
6:45 A. M.?Dally?Main St. Through.
7:26 A. M.?Week Pays?Elba. Ashland Ac?
commodation. ? ?
S:40 A. M-? Dally?Byrd Bt, Through. Local
12:05 noon?Week Days?Byrd St. Through.
4:00 P. M.?Week Day*?Byrd St. Fredericks?
6:06 P. M.?Dally?Main St. Through.
6:30 P. M.?Week Daya-r-Elba. Ashland Ac?
6:06 P. M.?Dally?Byrd Bt. Through.
Trains Arrive Richmond?Southward.
?:40 A. M.?Week Uayj^-EIba. Ashland Ac?
8:20 A. M.?Wook Day*?Byrd. St. Fredericks?
burg Accommodation. . ?
6:26 A. M.?Dally?Byrd St. Through.
U:60 A. M.?Week Days?Byrd St. Through.
2:14 P, M.?Dally?Main Bt. Through.
6:41 P. M.?Week DayB?Elba. Ashland Ac
7:16 P. M.?Dally?Byrd St Through.
8:00 P. M.?Dally?Iiyrd Bt. Through. Local
9:60 P. M.?Daily?Main St. Through.
NOTE?Pullman Bleeping or Parlor Cars oo
all above trains except trains arriving inch.
niond 11:60 A. M. week days, and local accom?
Time of arrivals and departures and connec?
tions not guaranteed.
W. D. DUICB, C. W. CULP. W. P. TAYLOR,
Oen'l. Man'r., Ass't. Oa'l. Man'r., Traf. Man.
Aih Line Railwa*;
TRAINS LEAVE HlQlJMONb-DAlLT.
8:10 A. ii.?Local?!? or ISoriljm and iiunUeU
'i:i0 P. il.?Seaboard l-'aal Mall?auvaanah,
jucKbunviiie, Atlanta and bouthwoat.
10:00 P. M.?beabourd ExproMS? ?<4vunaali, Jack*
sonrlllb, Atlanta and Boutuwaat.
TRAILS AillUVW RICHMOND.
(:S6 A. M.?1< roiii Florida, Atlanta und Couth*
4:56 1'. M.?From Florida, Atlanta and Bouib<
6:30 P. M.?From Local faints.
H, S. LEARD, W. M. TAYLOR,
Ulat. Pass. Agent. Cits/ Ticket Agent.
if "". \
All Trains Leaving Southern Rail,
way Depot, Fourteenth Street,
TWILIGHT LIMITED, DAILY EX.
Leavo Richmond 6:30 P. M\ neturnlajf
louvo Jieach Park 10 P. M.
Leave Richmond 10:30 A.M. and 4 P.
M. Leavo Reach Park 8 I1. M. and 10
PfMliwiiu fir $800,000 Fint Profarrod S Par Cont. Stock of Tht J.fftnon Unity Corporation.
The Bank of Commerce and Trusts
offer, and recommend, to Its friend, and patron, the first Preferred 5 per cent, (free of tax) Cumulative Stook of the
Jefferson Rsalty Corporation (owners of the new Jefferson Hotel), as set forth In the prospectus below.
The Jeff.rion Realty Corporation was chartered April 19, 1905, with an authorized capital of:
FIRST PREFERRED STOCK, .... $500,000
SECOND PREFERRED STOCK, ... $450,000
President, JOSEPH BRYAN. First Vice-Pre.ldent, JOSEPH E. WILLARD.
Second Vice-President, D. LOWENBERQ, Treasurer, o. J. SANDS. Secretary, E. O. LEIGH, JR.
DIAICTORS-Decatur Axt.ll, e/paab, D. Lowenberg, Jame. H. Dooley, T. C. William., Jr., Alfred T. Harris, Jr
Joseph Bryan, Joseph E, Wlllard, P. H. Mayo. ,
. This company wns organized especially for tho pur?
chase and reconstruction of tho Jefferson Hotel. Rich?
mond. Virginia. It has purchased nnd now holds free
of all claim the present Jefferson Hotel, including tho
sito, which comprises the block of land fronting 144 feet
2 Inches on Main Street, 309 root 8 Inches nn Jefferson
Street, and 146 feet on Franklin Street. Th nctunl value
of the present hotel building and It. equipments, ex?
clusive of the value of land on which tho Improvements
are situated, ns shown by the appraisement of the
American Appraisal Company, of Milwaukee; Wisconsin,
made ln 1904, Is ,692,721.54.
In addition to tho above mentioned property, tho
Jefferson Realty Corporation has purchased 82 feet of
ground adjacent to, the hotel and fronting on Main
Street, nt a cost of ,17,000.00.
Tho nhove proporty has ail been paid for in full, ex?
cept some' Items of china nnd silverware under dispute.
out of the proceeds of salo of $340,000 second preferred
and $340,000 common Btocks, and th? corporation has no
debt, and ,haB In Its treasury ,110,000 second preferred
?and ,110,000 common stock.
The provisions for the security of this stock aro fully
set forth In tho certificate of corporation, and they
are deemed most ample. i
Tho dividend Is payable semi-annunlly on the first
day of January and the first day of July of ench year,
the first dividend beln,g payable on Hit first day of Jan?
uary, 1906, and the stock is redeemable after fivo year,
atlio and'accumulated dividend.
The provision Is also made against the Incurrence of
a floating debt to the detriment of tho First Preforred
Stock: and so long as any of said First Preferred Stock
Is outstanding the corporation shall not issue any bonds
or other evidence of debt secured by mortgage or deed
or trust, or other Hen upon Its "property, or any part
In short, the First Preferred Stoek I. made a. ..cure
a. such a security can be for the express purpose of
Inviting and obtaining the subscription of the most cau?
tious Investors. ' ?
Tho proceeds of the sale of this First Preforred
Stock will bo applied exclusively to tho reconstruction
and equipment of tho Jefferson Hotel, on a greatly Im?
proved plan, with the addition of a large auditorium to
bo. built on tho eighty-two feet of land adjoining the
present hotel Bite on Main Street.
The totnl values on n cost bnsts which will underlie
nnd seure the First Preferred Stock will ho:
Valuation of Improvements by nppralsement
n^KI* aVtntctl ....? 092.000 00
Real estate., value present hotel-site. 75 000 00
Cost of 82 feet nddltlonnl. 17000 00
Cost of now building, auditorium, nnd equlp
ment . 500.000 00
As there will ho In the now hotel 400 bed-rooms of
which over 300 will havo direct access to privato bath?
rooms, and with the still grent reputation of tho .hotel
nnd Its vastly Improved provision for tho accommoda?
tion nf guests, It Is not doubted that moro than double
the amount necessary to pay tho dividends on tho First
Preferred Stock will bo speedily earned each year.
Tho directors of tho Jefferson Realty Corporation
feel, therefore, that they can with propriety confidently
recommend the First Preferred Stock of the' corporation
to nil who wish n safo Investment to yield r> per cont
payable semi-annually, and be troo of all taxes and
assessments, State, city or county, to tho Virginia in?
The stock Is offered at par and accrued, dividend
from July 1, 1905. '
The payments will bo made ns follows:
Cash on allotment .10 pe.r cent. ?
1905, November 1st.U..10 per cent!
1906, .Innunry 1st .10 per cont.
1006. March 1st.10 per cent.
1906. Mny 1st.20 per cent.
1906, July l.t.30 per cent.
1906, September 1st.20>.por cont. 1 ?
All pnyments will bear fi per cent. Interest from,
dato of payment, and any subscriber who desires may
anticipate any or nil Installments, and receive full paid
Btock bearing full dividends from tho date of payment.
Proper certificates of subscription with provision for
partial payments will bo Issued to those persons-who
do not wish to pny ln full for the stock.
Copies of tho certificate of Incorporation or charter
of the Jefferson Realty Corporation* and of tho form
of certificate of tho First Preforred Stook may be had
of, the corporation or the undersigned for fuller in?
A. a large amount of thl. .took ha. already been subscribed for, applications for any part of thl. Issue should
be forwarded AT ONCE to the underpinned. Allotment, made acocrdlng to priority of application.
We feel .afe In recommending thl. stock, which should appeal partlclarly to Richmond . Investors.
BANK OF COMMERCE AND TRUSTS, by A. R. Holladay, Vice-President.
Subscription, (o this stook rooolvod byBank of Commoroo and Trusts, Main and 10th Sts
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY.
To the holders of Certificates of Deposit of the
Morton Trust Company for voting trust certifi?
cates of the Seaboard Air Line Railway:
The undersigned committee hereby gives notice of Its decision that the
assent of enough of the holders of voting trust certificates representing
stock of Seaboard Air Line Railway has. been obtained to warrant It in
declaring effective the modified or new plan set out In the change or
modification of plan, dated May 16, 1905, a copy of which was filed with
the Morton Trust Company on May 17, 1905, and that It has declared such
modified or new plan effective.
THE HOLDERS OP VOTING TRUST CERTIFICATES FOR 503,208
SHARES OF SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY OUT OF A TOTAL REP?
RESENTING 600,000 SHARES OUTSTANDING, BEING OVER 82 1-2
PER CENT. THEREOF, HAVE ASSENTED TO THE MODIFIED OR
Holders of Morton Trust Company certificates, who havo not surrendered
their certificates for exchange, are hereby notified to surrender them to
the MORTON TRUST COMPANY, New York; CONTINENTAL TRUST
COMPANY, Baltimore, Md., or OLD COLONY TRUST COMPANY, Boston,
Mass., and receive their new securities.. .
The committee, having declared the plan operative and practically com?
pleted Its work, will accept no further deposits.
Dated, New York, June 20, 1905.
THOMAS F. RYAN, Chairman;
JAMES A. BLAIR,
JAMES H. DOOLEY,
JAMES BYRNE, T. JEFFERSON COOLIDGE, JR.,
SAMUEL UNTERMYER, C SIDNEY SHEPARD,
FRED'K B. VAN VORST, S. DA VIES WARFIELD,
'? Counsel. Committee.
N- S. MELDRUM, Secretary, 38 Nossuu St., New York City.
Night Line For Norfolk.
Leave Richmond evory ovenlnij (foot Ash
Street) at 7 P. M., stopping at Newport Nowa
on route. Fan 12.60 one way, 14.M round trip,
it.eluding stateroom berth; meaU, 60c. each.
Street Cant to Steamer'i Wharf.
FOR NEW rORK.
Via Night Lino Steamers (excopt Saturday)
miking- connection In Norfolk with Main Lino
Ship following duy at 7 P. M., alio Norfolk
and Wostern Ry. at 0 A. M. and 3 P. M. and
Chesapeake and Ohio Ry. at , A. M. and i p.
M., making connection dally (except Sunday)
at Norfolk with Main Line Ships, sailing at 7
T. a. BOBWBtjti, City Ticket Agent, Ml E.
Main Street; J. F MAYOR, Agent, Steamer'.
Wharf j' H. B. WALKER, V. P. and T. M..
New York. N. Y.
MERCHANTS AND MINERS
Boston, Maw., & Providence, K. I,
Bteamora lc*vo Norfolk for Boston Tuesday
Wednesday. Friday and Sunday, Koi^Provi:
denca Monday. Thursday and Saturday at V
P. M. Passengers and freight takon for all
Now EiiKland points. Ttoketa on <ulo ut O an,i
?,? s?J-Mi w*Rwy- $H $ **
IR8INIA NAVAQITION GO.
JAMKU Him" DAY UNB
STEAMER OLD POINT COAtl
FORT laavua MONDAY, WHn,
NiTSDAV, AND FRIDAY at 7
. A-M. tot,Norfolk, Portsmouth,
Old i Point. . Nuwport New/,
. ciaremont and Jamai River
Undlnga, and connecting at Old Point for
Washington, Baltimore, and tho North. State
room* reserved lor tho night at moderate
prices. Eloctrlo care dlreot to the wharf. Kan
only nai and II to Norfolk.
Frtdght received tor atioyu-tvamed placea and
all potnti In Eastern Virginia and North Caro?
lina. IRVIN WEIBIOER. den'l M7r.
10, A. BAKI1EH. Jr., Secrotary.
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT MAY 28. 1808.
, m ?? TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND.
,!:SS ?? M.-dJally?Local for cnano'.le, N. C.
U:W'F. M.?Dally?Limited?Bullet Pullman to
ALantn and Birmingham. New Orleans,
Memphis, Chattanooga und all lit* South,
with through coaoh for Chuse City. Ox?
ford, Durham and Ralolgh.
?:00 P. M.?EX. Sunday?Chase City Local.
11:80 P. M.-Dally-Llmlled-Pullmau ready S;3i
P. M., for all the South.
YORK RIVER LINE,
.the ravorlto route to iiaitlmoro and Eastern
points. Leaves Richmond 1:20 P. M? dally,
2:15 P. M.?Local?Dally, except Hunday.
4:20 P. M.?Except Sunday?For West Point,
connecting with stenniurs for Haltimoia
and river landings. Steamers call at York
town and Clay Dank Mondays, Wednes?
days and Fridays,'and as Gloucester Point
and Allmonds Tuusduys, Thursdays and
4:46 A. M,?Excopt Sunday?Local mixed for
....TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND.
?:68 A. M. and 6:42 P. M.?From all the South.
S:M P. M.?From Charlotte and Raleigh.
8:40 A, M.?From Chaso city and Intermedi?
?:2fi A. M.?llaltlmoro and West Point.
10:46 A. M., Dally, except Sunday and Monday;
0:10 P. M., dally, excopt Sunday?Ftum
O. W. WESTIIURY, D. P. A., Richmond. Va.
& H. HArtDWICK, W. H. TAYLOB,
P. T. M., O. P. A.,
II. B. SPENCER. Oen'l. Mgr.,
Washington. ?. C.
BAY UNO TO BALTIMORE
via C. and O. Rwy, and old Poll,,
U. S. MAIL ROUTE. *
Leave Richmond via c. and o
dally, except Sunduy, ui 4 p m
connecting at Old Point 'wlti!
steamers of Old Bay L,ln?. \a*v.
lag 7:16 P. M., arriving' tluij,:
more 6:30 A. M., connecting North, E,ilt and
West, For tickets and information apply to
O. and O. Rwy., nichmond Transfer ComrJinv
or No. SM East Main Streot. "?j-uny,
RICHMOND AND NORFOLK LINE.
' Freight received and delivered dally at C.
?n4 o. Rwy. t-'u.'s Depot, Seventeenth and
Broad Streets. H. K. wood kin, Soliciting
A?ent,.V?. lS?v, Co.fa Wharf. RocketU.
7u ?Mo the West
wayM;7aUonj7LOCal t0 Noivi'orl *ow.-and
0:00 bu,'BT^aliy-?Vml'0(1-A"'^ Wllllaiiia.
. ?? ?? M- Portsmouth 11-46 A 'M"""",K *.4.i?
*? Sr^Tirp^SPn1^^' ^.lilama
. ? S" Portsmouth' 6:45 P. jj "ortoUc *?? p
7-tft A MtAf'V ':[-NlE-WESTBOUND.
i.30 A. M-Local-Tu Ronccverte; dally' to
2"j*"fE"l? and week days beyond?
Ch*Hni.?f,;.,.Con".ocJa nt Un'?n Station,'
No?th nS ?lf,.s.w,,h? South?rn Locals
O vnrfi". ?^?Sth: at Stftu?ton with B. and
-.n,-, d V,?ortlV S1 Ronceverto for Durbln.
" v;^I,.~?,allj'~.Cafo Parlor Cnr <o nonce
rnrtS;?i5i7,UBn,I^,Jlm,ln tor Conclnnatl,;
Indianapolis and Chicago without change!
Louis"1" sorvIco ror Louisville', and St.
6:16 a?ndM67an"ek Dayfl-Loca> to Ooraonsvllle
10:45 P. M.-Dally-^-Llmited-iwith Pullman ser?
vice for Cincinnati, Louisville, St. Louis
??. ?? JA-^ES RIVER LINE.
10:20 A. M.-Dally-E x p r e a a-To Lynchburg.
Lexington, Va., New.Castle, Clittou Eorgo
and .principal stations; on week days to
Rosney and Esmont.. Parlor Car. ?
6: ^ Jv; 'wVT^JK,. Days-Loca l-To a ladstone.
TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND FROM
Norfolk and Old Point 10:05 A. M. dally, 11:'B
A. M. dally, and 7:00 P. M. dally, and from
Newport News 8:00 P. M. dally.
From Cincinnati and West 7:30 A. M. dally
and 3:30 P. M. dally; Main Lino Local 7:45 P
M. week days from stations betwenn Clifton
Forge and Charlottesville; dally from Char?
lottesville; Orange Accom. S:15 A. M. week
.fumes River Lino U>cal from Clifton Forge
8:35 P. M. dally; Qladstono Accent. 840 A. M.,
Ex. Sun. i
II. W.'FULLER, W. O. WARTHEN, '
Qon'l. Pass. Agt. Dlst. Pons, Act.
C. E. DOYLE, Onn'l. Manager.
^^^^^^^JUNE 11, lao3.
LEAVE lUCHMON-u DAILY.
9:00 A, M.?NORFOLK LIMITED. Arrives
Norfolk 11:20 A. M. Slops only at Petersburg.
Waverly and Suffolk.
8:05 A. M.?CHICAGO EXPRESS. Parlor
Car, Broiler Service, Petersburg to Lynchburg
and Roanoke. Pullman Sleepers Roanoke to
Columbus, lllueileld to Cincinnati; also Roan?
oke to Knoxvllle, und Knoxvlllo to Memphis,
Cafe Dining Car, Roanoke 'o Williamson.
WHO P. M.-ROANOKE EXPRESS. Fof
Furmvllle, Lynchburg and Roanoke.
8:00 P. M.-OCEAN SHORE LIMITED. Ar?
rives Norfolk 5:20 P. M. Stops only at Peters?
burg, Waverly and Suftolk. Connects with
steamers to Boston, Providence, Now York.
Baltimore and Washington.
7:2o P. M.?For Norfolk and all stations east
9:80 P. M.-NEW ORLEANS SHORT LINE.
Pullmun Sleepers Richmond to Lynchburg and
Roanoke, Petersburg to Bristol, Lynchburg to
Chattanoogu, Memphis and New Orleans. CatQ
inning Car. ?
9:30 P. M.?ST. LOUIS EXPRESS.. Pullnvtn
Sleeper Petersburg to Roanoko and Roanoke to
Columbus. Cafe Dining Ctr.
Trains arrive from the West 7:42 A. M.. 2:01
P. U. and 11:18 P. M.; from Nbrfolk 11:40 A. M,
and 6:00 P. M.
Office No. Sit East Main Street.
W. B. BBVILL. C. H. BOSLBY.
Gon'l. Pass, Agt. Dlst. Pass. Agt
ATLANTIC COAST LINeT7"
TRAINS L^VE RU^IMOND^DAILY-BYRD
EFFECTIVE SUNDAY, APRIL 16TH.
?;06 A. M.?A. C. L. Express to all points
South ?? ?
9:00 A. M.?Petersburg and Norfolk.
12:10 P M.?Petersburg and N. and W. WeaL
I 00 P. M.-F?ten>burg and Norfolk.
?4 10 P. M.?Goldeboro Local.
??45 P. M.?Petersburg Local.
7;2o P- M.?"Florida aud West Indian Llm
Rod" to all points South.
9:30 P. M.?Petersburg und N. and W. West.
M ; 7:? * ? M. i ?:li> 1'. M.
?Except Sunday. "Sunday only.
C. S. CAMPBELL. Dlv. paas. Asrt.
yf, J. CRAJO. den. Paas. Agt.
Cars leave ? corner of perry end Seventh
Streets. Manchester, every, hour (oo, tho houri
from 6 A. M. to 10 p. M. | fust car 13 ntldiu ihu
Cars leave Petersburg, f-u of Syoaiuoi*
Street, every hour from 6:35 A. M. to 10:ii P.
M. I last car iiuo P. M.
All cars from Petersburg connection Kick.