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GOLD MOVEMENT
.Offering? of Instalment of Now
Japanese IJonn and Paris De?
mand Unsettling.
SPECULATORS STILL ATCIVE
Ko Mistaking llic Aggressive
, Strength of Forces, 'Notwith?
standing Late Relapse.
?? ? (By Associated Press.) ?
NEW YORK. July ?.-In spite of ? re?
lapse In prices late In the day ll'.oro \\;>n
nn mistaking the aggressive strong!: of
the forces behind to-day's continued specu?
lation in stocke, trito.'e was evidence of
?omo extension of intjr;st m tho market
In tho character of the buslkf?? done l>y
commission hnjws when trading bogan
nnd It was evident that thnre was run.o
feeling of this demand ? take profits by
those who havo boon buying previously.
Support was uot aliando.v;d until the gold
export announcement.
Tho market was plainly under the In?
fluence still of the org.vi.-ijil ?poculaslvo
forces, which have cond?.?:id tho prirent
advance from Its lnivin:lir.i. , The. contin?
uance of maneuvroa to sustiln price?
created a belief thnt the dlstribullo.i of
?locks accumulated In the courre, yf tho
lai? rise Is not complaie-1, although tho
digestiva process was gi'ng on actively
to-day. News matters were disregarded
al the outset so far ai> thoy were ad?
verse to the campaign for iho advance.
The fcverlshness of t..o co "in market
offered no ground for revising the serious
view of the crop outloik Induced ty the
government report on Monday. Thero
was some special r>r*wsurn to reali/o in
consequence In lue mocks of cotton, cur?
rying railroads. Tho ?'??? markst fctlll
showed little effect firm any demand for
Investment. Thorn wns, however, ionva
activity In npw ?.muss ;if Irnid?, couve, l
lblc Into those sh.:ks wi.i.-h nava t'tn
n:adc active In i.ie |i|-..-.-ent iiioV&im nt. It
was In the Vnlnor Iron and steel Indus?
trials Unit the new force In tho semi
professional ppao.dAtlon iva* l"jlicwi| ??
make the la.vont >>?T.>ri, Ptronjjtli <-f
th.? local transactions on the record holiday
traffic yesterday w.-is promptly taken ad?
vantage of for profit taking.
The resumption of the gold export
movement inte. In the day discouraged the
flagging efforts to k/?ep up prlcus. Tho
definite announcement of the offering
here of a one-third Inwtalnict or ?oO.OCfl.OOl
of a hew Japanese loan, the withdrawal on
the 15th of government deposits and th/s
persistence of the Paris demand for gold,
cloud the future of the money market.
The, rush to sell on the gold announce?
ment shook tli/? market badly and left
remnants of gain? In only a few of the
Htrongest stocks. Los.'cs of 1 to 2 points
reunited for some of the leading stocks.
Bonds were steady: total sates, par
value. J3.3S0.CO0. United States 2*? dV
ollrv.-d 1-8 per cent. on. call. Tho totnl
sale.-i of stocks amounted to 1,076,(500
shares.
MONEY AND EXCHANGE-CLOSE:
Money on call, steady; 292 3-4 per cent.;
closing bid. 2: offered at 2 1-4. Time
loans, steady; 60 and 90 days, 3 per cent.;
6 iriontliH, 3 l-2-fi3 3-4. Prime mercantile
paper. 3 1-2???-! 1-4 per cent. Sterling ex?
change, easy, with actual business irr
bunkers' hills, nt ?4K9.?5?8S187 for demand
and at ???-?.25341?-'?30 for 60 day bills.
Posted rates, ?4M and ?487. Commercial
bills, $185 l-K. Bar silver, 58 5-8. Mexican
dollars, 45 1-2.
RICHMOND STOCK MARKET.
Richmond, Va-, July 3. 1903.
SALES.
Vlrclnls Centuries? 509 at '?; 100 at D?V?;
4.10? at 96.
STATE 6ECURITIE3. Bid. Aiked
North Carolina 4?, C, 1910.10* 102^
North Carolina f?. C. 1919. 130
Va .3c, New, C. and R.. 1M2.;.. 9S\$ ? li
Va. Centurie?, 2-3, C. and lt., 1991.. 95?? 'JS
RAILROAD RONDS.
Atlanta nnd Char. Ut 7?, R., 1907.... 10-1 ' .,.
A. C. L. R. R. Con. Tr. 4 p. c., 102
A. C. L. Cur.' of Ind. 4 p. c. 93
Georpia and FaeWr. 1st ?*. ??, 193:.. l??
<Jeorgl"i, So. and Fla. let S?. IM.*,.... 113 ...
OeoiKla and Ala. Con. ?a, 1S45. 110
Norfolk and Weitem Ry. 48, 1996.... 10!
?. and V,'. Ry. Porahonias 4?. 94
Florida. Southern, 1???. 97
We?tern N. C. lut ?s. C, 1914. 113
Seaboard Air Line Con. lit is, 1350.. MH 90
R.ULROAD 3TOCK? Par.
Atlanta and Charlotte.100 MS ...
Atlantic Coast Linn "A".10" 16] ...
Atlantic* Coajit Line pfd.1O0 121
Atlantic. Coaat Line com......100 163 ...
Chesapeake and Olli".100 -3 ...
Norfolk nnd Voatern com.tOO ?6 ...
R., F. and f. Dlv. Ohllg.100 278 ...
Kenboard Air Lin? pfd.100 il
???? AND TRUST CO. 8TOCK8.
Rank of Richmond.100 121 126
American National.100 12g ...
Broad Street Dank.,,,.-...25 a?
CUV .25 32tf ...
FI rat National .100 225 ...
Marchants National.100 ??0
.Vatloiml Rank ot Virginia.100 1?
Petoreburs Having? and In?.20 70 ...
INSURANCE COMPANIEa
Virginia Kirn nnd Marine...?5 \z
Virulilla Stato.?s 25 27"
miscellaneous.
Old Dominion H. 8. Co.100 ... UO
Vu.-Car. Chein. pfd. S p. c.100 JOT 100
\"a.-Carolina Chomical com.100 3t?
Va.-Cai. C, Co. Col. Tr. S p. c. 100 ',..
BALTIMORE STOCK MARKET.
BALTIMORE, MD., July ?_Seaboard Air
Lina common and preferred?Not ijuoted.
-?? .
COTTON MARKETS.
NBYV YORK, July ?. ? The. eotTon market was
usala exceedingly active, sali?? bolng animated
al fully a million bales, and fluctuation? con?
tinued very bread. A sharp advance In tho
middle pcs-lon was followed ' by un equally
?ovare declino during the afternoon, und prices
at tho clono showed little chnnre as compared
with Monday ? fliiul?. The opening was ir?
regular nt un advance of iittj.'M point?, thin
lielnK hardly a response to tho sensational
gain? In Hie Kiiglhfh niurket over the Foutrh.
Reullilng wns very heavy, but uftur working
off n, fnw point? from the opening figura? the
mnrket rallied on a continued demand through
wlro and commission house?, ani reached
til?, high point of tho day ?hortly niter the
weekly crop report at noon, although this
ftlilcd that the general condition of the crop
showed rtmied ?nmi>. Improvement. Qotobor
?old at 10.86 and .lanuury touched 11.00, or net
Klun? of about 351)39 point?. At thorn figures
It was reported that leading hull? wore ?oil?
ing actively both In the Southern and New
York market?, nnd price? loat almost all their
gain until ??inorai liquidation. The close waa
ut practically the low point of tho session,
Ini? steady at a net advance of ?JH points.
Southern ?pot markets, according to official
reporte wero '?file. tilgbar, with ?omo point?
reporting fair rate?. The local spot market
WBH 30 pointa higher, but no pu?tn<>M waa re?
ported? ...
Receipt?.of cotton at the port? to-day were
13,883 bales ngalnal 12,703 ]aat week and 1,928
last year. For tho week (estimated) 60,000 bale?
against 74.148 laat week nnd 10,525 last year.
To-day'a receipt? nt New Orleans wore ?,?d?
THOMASBRANCH?CO.
(BSTABLISHED 1833.)
MEMBERS
New York St?ck Exchange,
New York Cotton Exchange,
Offer Subject to Previous Sals or
Withdrawal
CITY OF RICHMOND (VA.)
4 TER CENT. BONOS, ???? 1038.
. Price Vpon Application.
w
anm********m0*i*****^****'^^**^+?^***
j OFFICIAL RANGE AND SALE OF STOCKS IN NEW YORK. }
By Thorn as Branch & Co., Bankers and Brokers.
SALES:
Open, High. Low.
100 A. C. I., com,..... Ifi4 164 164
46600 Amalgamate?! Copper . 82% 83% M
1200 Amor. Cur nnd Fniin. ffi% 3*1 33%
?200 Amur. Cur and Komi., pfd. ?SU ?8% .98
1400 American Cotton Oil. 32% '??ili '????
2200 American Tobacco, pfd.... ?7% 07% 97%
1200 American Can . 11% 12 11%
200 American Can, pfd......... (?fl ti!) 60
OMO Amor. Locomotivo, com.;. 49% 49% 4*%
100 Amor. Locomotive, pfd.112% 112% 112%
IWKLAmerlcnn Sugnr . 130% 141 133(4
IW.fl ?., T. nnd H. Fe, com. ?1% 80% 84%
100 ?., T. and S. Ko, pfd.102% 102% 102%
16200 Baltimore and Ohio.114% U4% 1I?W
'40200 Brooklyn Rapid Transit... 73% 73% 71%
Canada Southern . ... ..'. '
2'ilOO Canadian Pacific. 162 152% l?l%
?G??? Chesapeake and Olilo. fc3% 64% 53%
12000 Chicago Oreiit Western.... 20% 21 20%
30300.Chi.. Mil. miri St. Paul....'178% 180% 178%
20300 Colorado Fuel and Iron.... 46% 47% 45%
000 Colorado South., rom. 27% 27% 27%
300 Colorado South., 1st pfd... 68% 58% *.*%
300 Colnrudo South., 2d pfd.... 37% 37% 37?
300 Clov., Cln.. Chi. and St. L. 07% '?S 87%
loo Chfttta; end St. Louis. IM 1?0 ISO
POO Consolidated Gas . 181 131% 181
400 Dein wore and Hudson.190% 11)0% 190%
MO D., L. nnd West., ex. dlv.. 380 8S0 380
49900 Erie, com. 47% 47% 46%
7S00 Erie, 1st pfd\. 82% 'SI 82
8700 Krl o. 2d pfd. 73% 74 72%
liyiO General Electric . 177 179% 177
6200 Illinois Central .;.1fi7% ??% w
0900 Louisville and Nnshvlfle... 149% 150% 148
100 Manhattan . 10?',4 1??% 166%
16600 Metro. Street Railway.130% 131 128%
1300 Mexican Central . 22% 22% 21%
600 Mo., Kon. and Tex., com.. 29Vi 29% 29%
3700 Mo., Kan, and Tex., pfd... 61% 05% 04%
Closing,
Bid. Asked,
162 104
14% 82
as as%
98%
32?%
97%. 97%
11% 12
68% 69%
48% ?%
111 1121,
133% 139%
84% 84%
101% 102%
113% 113%
71% 71%
68% 70
151% 151%
63% f.:l%
20% 20%
178%, 178%
40% 4?
27% 27?
M 58%
37% m-t
96% '98
148 150
190% 191%
190 181
379 380
4?% 4K%
81% 82
72% 72
17? 180
167 167%
148% 14? '
166 167
1?S% 128?
22 ? 221
2D 2f>%"
64% 85%
HALT??!
Open, High. Ixiw.
E?0O Missouri radilo . 100%
2900 National Lend . 47%
9600 New. York Central.147%
7100 Norfolk nnd Western. 80%
(1900 N., Y., Ont. nnd Westenn.. 53%
1,100 Northern Bacillo. 183%
NU00 Pennsylvania Railroad .... 142%
11200 People'B Gas (Chicago).... 105%
1200 Pressed Steel Car. 40%
200 Pressed Steel Cnr, pfd,... 94%
58(10 Republic I. and S? corn... 19%
1500 Republic 1.-tanti S., pfd. f0%
171800 Reading, com. 1??%
500 Reading, 1st pfd. ?2
1900 Rendlnig, 2d pfd. 92%
13700 Pork Island, oftm....;. 32
]5??? Rock Island, pfd..'... 76%
2000 Bloss ....'.. ?3%
100 St. U and fltnith., pfd. 62%
30200 Southern Parine. ?>%
4500 Southern Railway, com.... 33%
200 Southern Railway, pfd...... 97%
S. A. lt., com.
8. A. L.. 1st pfd.
fi. A. U, 2d pfd.
2830? Tennessee Coal and Iron... R.9%
1100 Tcx?s Pacific . 34%
144100 Union Pacific . 120%
?. 8. Leather Ctfs. 13%
86960 United States Steel. 33%
166300 United 8tates Steel, pfd,.. 100%
72flO'Va--Cur. Chem., com_ 36%
UOOVn.-Car. Chem., pfd. 108
200 Wnbash, com.-,.:...' 20
10O WVbash, pfd... 40%
300 Western Union. 93%
600 Wisconsin Central..'.... 24%
Wisconsin Central, pfd.
Total sales, 1,076,800 sbures.
100%
47%
149 %
-T"/j
53%
18!l?,
143%
106%
40%
?M'?
20%
81%
101}
?
32%
?4??
62%
66
33'/,
97%
' 92
84%
130%
13%
33%
101%
37%
10814
20
40%
93%
24?
99%
<7%
116V ?
8f.%
188
Ri?};
105V?
39%
91
19%
80%
103%
02
91%
31%
76
83%
62'i,
64%
32%
97'?,
88%
31%
128%
13%
32':?
63%
36
107%
19%
40%
p:?%
24
1% ?2
?4% 81%
76% 76%
83% 84
62 63
?1% 61%
32% 32%
97% 97%
2S% 20
90% 91
03 M
88% 89
34 34%
128% 129
13% 13%
32% 33
??% 100
36% 37
107 108
19% 20
40% 401,4
93% ?94
2i% 24%
51% 52
U. B. refunding !s, registered.
If. S. refunding !s. coupon%.
U." 8. 3?. registered..'.
G. ??. 3?, coupon.
U. H. New 4s. registered.
I.'. H. New 4i. coupon.
I!. 8. Old 4a, rnK-iHK.-rcl.
U, H. old Is, coupon.
American Tobacco 4s. cerif?cate?.
American Tobacco Si. certlneatm.
Atchlson general 4?.
Alchlnon adjustment 4*.
Atlantic Const Line 4?.
Baltimore end Ohio 4s.
Baltimore and Ohio 3%s.
Central of. Georgia ?s.
Central of Georgia let Inc. (offered)...
Central of Georgia :d Ine.
Chesapeake and Ohio 4%s.
Chicago ami Alton 3%s.
Chicago, n. and Qulncy now 4s.
Chicago. It I? sud Pacino R. R? 4?...
Chicago, ?. I. and Pac. ?. R. col. 6a.
C, C, C. end St. I>5ul? gen. ts.
CLOSING BOND QUOTATION S.
103%
30374
103%
104
132
1?%
104
104
76%
115
103?4
88%
inr.%
108%
. ?5%
. 113%
. 9?%
. 84
. 108%
so
. 101%
. 82%
. 31%
. 102%
Chicago Terminal 4?.'.. 88%
Colorado Midland 4?. 75?/,
Colorado and Southern 4s. 85
Cuba G.!?, certificatali. 106%
Denver and Rio Orande 4s. 100%
Dlatlllors' 6?curltle? Be.. 89
Brio prior lien 4s. 101%
Brie General Is. 93%
Forth Worth and Denver City lit.112%
Hocking Valley 4%s. 109%
Japan Ss. certincaie?. 100%
lyiulsvlllo. and Kash. Unified 4s.103%
Manhattan consci gold 4e. 101
Mexican Central 4?. 77
Mexican Central lit Ine. 22
Minn, and St. Louis 4s. 86%
Missouri, Kanus.* and Texas <i.101
Missouri. Kansas and Texas 2di. 86%
National R. II. of Mexico con. 4s..'.'.. 81%
New York Central gen. 3%e. M
N?w Jersey Central gen. &s. 113%
Northern Pacino 4s. 105%
Northern Paclnc 3s. 77%
Norfolk and Western con. 4i.102'.j
Oregon Short Line refunding 4s?.,. 86%
Pennsylvania conv. Site..';..104%
Iteadlng General 4s. ioi?i
rH. Louis and Iron Mountain con. Ss...... 116%
St. Loifl? and fjnn Franclaeo fg. 4 a. ?s%
Bt. Louis Southwestern con. 4?. $1%
fleaboard Air Line 4a. $a??
Southern Pacific 4?. ps%
Routhe"rn Railway 6?...'..us'
Texas and Pacir.r ist?. m^
Toledo, St. L. and Western Is. 85
Union Pacific 4s.,. iof,%
Union Pacino conv. 4s. 130%
UnlteiJ States ?teel 2d Ss. 81%
Wabash 1st?. 117%
tVahaah Deb. Bs....i. 1
Western MTd. 4i. I
Wheeling and Lake Brie 4?..?. I
Wisconsin Central 4s. I
Japan 8?, 2d serle,?. I
Japan 4%s, certificate!......1. f
Colorado Ind. 6?,.aerisi A. '
Colorado Ind. 6s, series ?. ?
M. and O. Collateral Truit 4s. 98%
Central of Georgia 3d Ine. 73%
???!? ? against I.I.V. la?t year, and at Houston
4,7.13 bale? ?ruin?! Vi" 'oat year.
Cotton future? opened Irregular and closed
?toady.
Open. High. Low. Clos?.
July .}...10.-55 JO.SO 10.14 10.45
August ..V10.?V, 10.75 10? 10.40
September .........10.62 J0.7S 10.40 10.45
October .10.?5 10.86 10.M 10.M
November .IO.TI in.7| J0.?7 10.58
December .10.75 10.98 10.6.1 10.63
January .IO.SO 11.00 10.58 10.O3
February .10.80 10.80 10.80 IO.70
March .10.83 11.06 10.75 1073
April ..1. 10.75
May.10.KS 11.00 10.90 10.77
Spot' cotton closed quiet. 20 point? higher;
middling upland?, 11.10; middling gulf, ILA'?.
Cotton, quiet; middling. II.OO: gres? receipt?,
297 bale?; ?tock. 125.?77 bales; export 10 Gront
Britain. 98 bale?; to the Continent. 100 bale?;
to Japan, 2.G.?2 bales.
Total to-day at all port??Net receipt?. 13.883
bale?; export to Great Rrltaln. 98 bale?; to tho
Continent, .V.WJ baine; to Japan, 2,432 bale?;
stock, 293.702 bal??*.
Consolidated at all ports?Net receipt?. ?S.002
bale?; export tn Great Britain. 9.363 hales; -to
France, 3.001 balea; to the Continent, 18,346
bales; to Japan, 2.452 bale?. ?
Total since September, 1st at all port??Net
receipt?, 0.611.190 balKft; export to Great Britain',
3,793,875 bales; to France, 802,479 bales; to the
Continent, 3,085,669 hnle?; to Japan, 303,039
bales; to Moxlco, 23,232 bale?.
NEW ORLEANS. LA-, July 5.-COTTON
Spot cotton In good demand at full price?.
Bait? were 3,450 bajes, Including 300 to arrive
and 109 f. o. b.; quotation? advanced Vie
Future? opened quiet at an advance of from
lHtj?M point? A tarse bu?lnese was done. The
weekly bureau report at 11 o'clock was bullish,
causing an advance of lOftl? point? A promi?
nent bull leader than began to sell July cotton
at 12 points below board quotations, and de?
clared that price? were going tip too rapidly.
Almost Immediately price? all along the line
began to decline, and by nopn were ll-5'l?
point? below the highest of the day LlTerpool
hou?es cabled that they believed a reaction
wa? In order and that ?pinner? had refueed to
follow the advene*. July opened at 10.85, ?old
up to 10.92 and then declined to 10.58. October
opened at 10.64. advanced to 10.77 and Hnally
declined to 10.17. The market clo?ed quiet with
prices unchanged.
Cotton futures barely ?toady. July, 10.538>
10.55; August, 10.50010.51; September. 10.50}}
10.51 ; October, 10.47(510.4-?; ?November, 10.43'??
10.50; December, 1O.?I201O.53: January. 10.580
J0.K?; February. 1?. 63810,65; March, 10,6?910.69.
RICHMOND PRODUCE MARKST.
(Corrected dally. Unless otherwise stated these
quotations ?re wholesale price?.)
LIVE POULTRY?Spring ohlcken?, large, per
pound, 20822c ; small, per pound, 17819c. ; hens,
per pound, 12013c; ducks, par 'pound, 13t?l4c,;
geese, per head, [email protected] ; guinea?, per head,
?essa.
BUTTER?Choleo dairy packed, per pound,
121314c. ; choice faintly packed, per pound, 140
15c; atore packed, yellow, extra, per pound,
13014c ; ?tore packed, fresh, mixed, per pound,
12813c. ; common grade?, per pound, 10012c.
BOOS?In crates, freati, nearby, dozen, 16a.;
In crates, fresh, per dozen, 15c; In barrels,
fresh, per dozen, 15c.
M18CELLANEOU8?Dried peaehe?, N. C,
fancy, por pound, I3iilic; peaches, Virginia,
fancy ,per pound,- 12(jj?13c; peachea, unpeeled,
per pound, 48?c; apple?, fancy, sliced, per
potind, 4?J4V4C ; apple?, evaporated, per oounil,
485c. Peas? Ulackeye, No. 1 per bushel, ?1.239
(1.40; blackeye, No. 2, per bushel, 11.40;'black,
per bushel, 11.40; clay, per bushel, 11.1081.20.
Beans?llandplcksd, per bushel, J l.3?'y 1.4) ;
white, mixed, per bushel, 11.1081.25; colored,
per bushel, S1.15S>1.2o.
LIVE STOCK?Veal?, choice, per pound, 60
6Vic; veal?, thin, per pound, 4V48?c. ; runner?,
per pound, 485c; hog?, choice, per pound, i'Att
tu?.; lambs, choice, per. pound, syevic. ; sheep,
choice, per pound. 304?*?. ; beof cattle, com?
mon to prime, JViiH'.ic ; bulls, per pound, !Vi0
Se, Irish potatoes, fancy, per barrel, 11.60;
choice, per barrel, $1.25; medium, per barrai,
$1.00. Country ham?, 12014c
FLOUR?Winter superior. $3.6003.75; wtntel
extra, $3.7504.25; winter oleara, $506.25; win.
ter, straight, $5,2586.60; winter patent, (5.760
6.00. Buckwheat, per pound, JHflBc Comme?!,
oity sacked, 70872V?C ; country bolted, sacked,
? . i/05c. MIHfeed??hlpstuff, per ton, $21.500
IU.0O; bran, irj.CO0-Jl.oo.
OTHER PRODUCE MARKETS.
NEW YORK, July d.-FLOIJR?Barely
steady and quint. Ryo Flour?Steady. Corn
meal?Firm. Hurley?Dull.
Wheat?Spot easy; No. 2 red, $1.07. Option?
olo?od 1V?03HO. net lower, July, W',?c.? Sep?
tember, ?2c; December, Bilie
Corn?Spot steady; No. 2, 62Hc. Options
closed ',?c. net higher. July closed at ?l??c.;
September. 6H4c. ; December, S7V4c Oatn?Spot
firm; mixed outs, anv?037c
Iiatif?Steady. Cut Meats?Quiet, Lard?
Barely steady; Western ?teamed, $1.40; re
iiiii'd. steady; continent, $7.45; compound,
$5.3214. Pork-Irregular: family, $15.50018.00;
shorts clear, $13.008'l4.7o: mess, $l3.5O014.2o.
Tallow?Steady. Rosin?Easier; ?trained, com?
mon to good, $3.60 asked. Turpentine?Firm
at 50Va(fiO0c.
Coffee?Spot Rio, trteady; No, 7 Involo?, T&Q.?,
uilld, qulot; cordova, 10813c. Future? closed
linn, net 15825 points higher, Sugar?Raw,
nrm; fair refining. 3Hc; centrifugal, 08 test,
4'.io. ; nioUmee sugar, 3%c; refined, steady,
Rice?Quiet. Molasses?Quiet.
Butter?linn 1 stato dairy, 15V405Oo. Cheese-.
Steady and unchanged Eggs?Firm and un?
changed.
Potatoes?Weak; Southern rose, 76o.0/$l.OO;
souther npoor. 30ii60e,; Jnreey ?weets, $lgc'.25.?
l'canuts-Steady; fancy liandplcknd, ??4<????|
other domestic, 3VitiW.ie. Cabbage??Firm ;
southern, per barrai, pOfiCSo, Cotton?By
stetini to Llvorpool, 10lffl3o.
CHICAGO, ILL., July 6.?An offlo|al report
declaring spring sown wheat to be In excellent
condition caused extrema weakness tn tho
wheat market hero lo-duy. At the close t iq
Boplwntier delivery was nearly 4o. below tho
Highest figuro? of the day or 28'Slijo. down
compared with Saturday's linai nuota lone.
Corn 1? ui> KffVs?? ; oats uro off i,,c; provisions
show a Ion? of 150tMe.
Tho leading futuros tanged a? follows:
Open. High. Low, Close.
tVHEAT?No. t.
July......,. mi 04 0014 90T4
Sept. 90?? ?Pi S7&4 ST">i
rjcc. ?0 9014 879. Sl??
CY?RN-No- J.
Jqlv (oidi. ?li?. G.'?'?. -??".?? ??
July (new). 56'i 56>4 HU 5i*i
(Sept. (old). 6584 66 61% ?51
tc^L (new).1 Wi tola olb 65?
ili
Dec (new). 49% ??% 49% 49%
OATS?No. 1.
JulV . 32% 33 32H r.%
fspt. 32 32% 31% *Ui
Dec. 32% 32% 31% 82
???? PORK-Par bbl.
?'"?>' .12.80 12.81 12.82% 12.5*4
??'.U.00 13.00 12.72% 12.82%
,P?t? ".12.85 12.SS 12.82% 12.85
LARD-Par 100 lbs.
?u'y . 7.22% 7.2? 7.16 7.15
Oct.7.?0 7.52% ?.4? 74*
?HORT ????-Pw 100 Iba.
?u|y . 7.85 7.83 -7.60 7 60
*W?.7.05 7.M 7.80 }R<
g?? . 7Ji5 7.95 7.?? 7 ?5
?ti???. <?u?.,at,lonB were as follows. Flour
S? J*?\- "Prlng whMl.'fl.loei.lS: No. ?,
?l?H.10: No. 2 red. 93fl?4c. No. 2* corn. MKW
i&SiiiE? iwh?U'? ???34%?.: No. 3 white
3-%?l?3%c. No. 2 rye, 78%ji78c. Goo d?e?dlng
barlye, 42941c.: ralr lo choice malting 47ft4?c.
No. 1 flaxieed, $1.25; No. 1 northwestern ii 43;
prime timothy seed, ?.20OT.J0. Mesa pork,
per barrel, fl2.5CS12.eO; lard, per JO0 poundg,
li.lo; short ribs ?Idea (looael. f7.Ooe7.70: short
clear side* (boxed). f7.7507.87%. -Whiskey,
bails or high wines. ?1.27. Clover, contract
grade, *122&g/13.00. Butter?Easier; creamerlen,
liffiOc.?. dairies, 16318c. Eggs?Steady at mark,
cases Included. 13c.; firsts, 14c; prime flralF,
15%c.; extra?, 17%o. Cheeae?Easy at 9%f#
lOVtc. -
BALTIMORE. MD.. July 5.?FLOUR?Steady.
Winte rpatpnt. ?5.0535.25; spring patent, fS.f?fy
S.W. Wheat?Firm; spot, contract, 90%?f80'Ac.;
July, R7%fi$7%c. : new southern by sample,
70gif>c. Corn?Firmer; spot. 610ei%c. : July,'
60%c; southern white, 5*e?l%e. Dati;?Firmer;
No. 2 mixed. 3?&?%?. Rye?Dull; No. 3 west?
ern, 83c. Butter-r-Steady and unchanged; fancy
Imitation, nfilSc.; do creamery, 214r21%c.; do.
ladle. le&lJc: ?tore packed, HjJ15c Eggs
Firm and unchanged at 16%c. Cheese?Fina
an dunchanged; large, 10%c; smalt, 10%c.
Sugar?Steady and unchanged.
RICHMOND QJRA.IS MARKET.
Richmond. Vs., July 5, 1905.
QUOTATIONS.
W1IEAT
Ijontrberry fear lots).f 93 flf 93
Mined (car lots). ?3 <S 95
Shortberry (car'lots). 93 f 05
No. 2 red (car lots). . 9* <fj> ?
Va. liag lots. 70 ?? ?a
CORN?
White, Va, bag lots. 60 0 a
No. 2 while (car lots). 81%? 62
No. 3 white (car lota). 61 ? 61%
No. 2 mixed (car lots). 60%? 61
No. 3 mixed, (car lois). 60 Qi 60%
OATS?
No. 2 mixed (car ; "?. 35 iff, Ji%
No. 3 mixed (car ????-??. 34%$ 85
No. 2 whit? (c*r !i.ts). 37
No. 3 white (car lots... 35HO 36
RYE . Dominai
CATTLE MARKETS.
RICHMOND LIVE STOCK MARKET.
? Kales at Union Stock Yards.)
Richmond, Va.. July B, 1905.
The live, stock market for the week ending
July 3d wae aa follows:
Fair run of calilo, sheep and lambs, and
COTTON.
NEW YORK. July 6,-r-I understand that
I am generally accueed of having sold
my cotton, geno short, turned bear and
other Uko crimes. Bueh reports have
beon current on every twenty point ad?
vance during the past fortnight. To
those who doubt, or have doubted, my
sincerity, they can make no difference.
To those who attach any Importance to
my opinion, I would soy that It is my
confident belief that cotton will sell much
higher, and the fact that I sell or buy
will not affect tho Issue one iota. Tho
Influences at work nre fundamental and
traiiHcent the operations of any one man
or group of mon. Briefly they are a de
niund for fourteen million bales of cot?
ton at current prices and a prospective
crop of only about ten'millions. The sit?
uation, In my opinion, permits of no ad?
justment except through a further and
startling advance In prices. Realizing
that a "one-mon-niarket" Is always a.
dangerous marSet, I iiave to-day pur?
posely confused tho trade as to whether
I have bought or sold, I nm nlways nt
liberty to do cither. I do not care to
have anyone buy hocuuao, I am buying,
or sell ? because I am selling. To thoso
who would operato on the facts I would
say that In my opinion thoy point In ono
direction only, and that Is toward much
higher price.
(Signed) THEODORE ]H, PRICE,
FORSALE
I offer subject to sitie:
$50,000
Seaboard Air Line Railway
Refunding Collateral
Trust 6 Per Cent.
Gold Bonds,
duo May 1, 1011, interest payable
May nnd November, nt 102 5-8 and
interest, tu not about 4 1-2 .per rent.
These bond? are part of an author
Imi Issue of $10,000,000, nil of
Willed are outstanding, and listed on
tlio Now York Stock Exchange. They
are secured by deposit of $20,000,000
first mori gage gold ?1?, selline in tho
open market at about H(l 1-4. These
4's are followed by a total authorized
issilo of $25,000,000 preferred stock
nnd $27,500,000 common. These
bonds are attractive and thoroughly
well secured, and trust you may bo
ablo to place some of them.
LE ROY DAVIDSON,
Cliarlp/te, N. C, and New York.
.I|gbt p?a of hogs.
J?est steers, 6i?5tic. ; m?dium to ?rood, VA?
*?te. ; common to fair, , 3?3????..?. heifers, 3W?
4tic. ; extra. 4c ; cows, 284c. ; bujla, VAtpiO?
8heep, ,3fl-4e. ; lambs, heat, i>37e. ; common to
fair, 4S?'ic. ; calve?, 5tf0c.; cr*v? and calve?,
|18f35.?0' per head. Hogs, Sfitte.
CHICAGO. ILL. July K.-CATTLE?Re?
ceipts, 27.000 head. Market lOfll?c. lower. Good
to price steers, ?d.??????; poor to medium,
U.S066.30; stocken and ferrtrrs, ?2.5O?J?4.30;
cows, 43(34.50: heifer?,. ?.G????.??: canner?,
fi.60?I.OO; bulls, ??f?.00; calle?, $3 ig?. M. ffogs-l
Receipts, 13.(500, head. Market 6c. lower. Mix?
ed and butchers, |5.85?0,G0; good to choice,
heavy, ??.50*16.60; rough, Heavy, $5??.?5; light,
i.V^ygs.60; Irnlk o? nales, 15.47Hifir5.55. Sheep?
Receipts, lS.OOO head. Siieep strong; 'lambs
steady.. Good to choleo .wethers. H."Ji55,60?
fair to choice, mixed, Sl.&vas.lO; native lambs,
including ??pring lambs, f4.604Js.25.
NEHV YORK. July d.-BBEVBS?Receipts,
1.607 head. Market slow, but steady to strong.
Steers, f5.10ifu.80ip distillery fed, ?3.303?.60;
bulls, J2.TOS3.75; eows, J1.75g.lli. Celves?Re
celpts, "J.105 head: Veals active"'a&i ftriri to
36c. higher; buttermilks, 252?0c. higher. Veals,
?5.60F7.59;'tops. 17.75;" ciillfl, HMilf.OO; butUr
mllks, $3.87??f?.75;" western, $2.79/ Dressed
calves firm; citjrO'dressed' veals,- t?flUic. per
pound; country dressed, : friUOe. per pound,
fiheep and Lambs?Receipts, 10,873 head. Sheep
Arm and wanted; lambir slpw; but full steady.
?Sheep, *3.^>ifiYe5; pulls, R.*.?)4Jfl.2?; iambs,
J7.2nS?.95; culls, ,???^ general'.?aies of lambs,
fS.75fifl.63l4. Hogs-^Re??lpts, 7;4irhead. Market
higher. ?Lato hogs._W06.25. . ? ..
CINCINNATI..'p., July. 6,?HOG??Lo'wsr.
Butchers', ?.7.fy1??.C5; common, ?4.45^-5.45. Cat?
tle?fllow. Fair'to good shippers. H.4fi^4.W;
common, 12^:552.76. Sheep?Steady at $2.75?
4.?4. Lambs?Steady at t5.60gs.60.
MISCELLANEOUS MARKETS,
(Reported by Rogers, JlcCsbo and Co.)
PETERSBURG, VA., July 5_PEANUTS?
Spanish?Market firm at ?1.10 per bnushel. Vir?
ginia?Market quiet .at 4c. for fancy stock; ma?
chine picked, 2!44J3Ho.; shelling; stock st
S32&C.
DRY GOODS MARKETS.
NEW TORK. July 5.?The situation !b very
complex In the dry goods market as aersult
of Ih era?? material advance.- Many agents re?
fuse to quote prices and a good many lines are
practically, withdrawn. Naturally business Is
i-eaHlchH under thwe circumstances, .aticl
neither buyer nor seller is willing to predict
vigorously th? future.
NAVAL STORES.
WILMINGTON, N. t\. July S.-STTRITS
TURPENTINE?Quiet at' 56c.; receipts, H
casks. RoHln?-Steady and unchanged; receipts,
122 barrels. Tar?Firm at ?1.80; receipts, 61
barrel?. Crude Turpentine?Finn at ?2.lfi(g^,15
and ?4.65; receipts, 246 barrels.
?SAVANNAH. OA., July 6.?TURPENTINE?
Firm at 6flV4c. ; sales. 1,295 casks; receipts 1.924
casks; shipments, 600 cask?. Rosin?Firm!
sales, .1,650 barrels; receipts, 4,089 barrels; ship?
ments, 2,570 barrels.
CHARLESTON. K. C. July .5.? TURPEN?
TINE AND ROSIN?Nothing doing.
COTONSEBD OIL MARKET.
NEW YORK. July 6_Cottonseed oil finn and
active. Prime crude, f, o. b. ?float, 22^0,
nominal; prime slimmer ysllow. ?S\i'(t29Vie. ;
oft summon yellow,?nominal; prime white, 31c,!
prims winter yellow, 32c."". ,
MARINE INTELLIGENCE.
PORT OF RICHMOND, JULY 5. 1906,
ARRIVBD ?
Steamer Brandon, Harney. Norfolk, morchan..
dise and paasengerii, Old Dominion Une.
Company. ,.
Rargo Ferryvllle, Morso, Baltimore, ooal,
S. II. Hawea and Co.
SAILED.
Steamer Old Point Comfort, Graves, Norfolk
and James River landings, merchandise and
paesongers, Virginia Navigation Co.
Steamer Brandon, Hamey, Norfolk, me roban
tlUti una puhsongurs, Old Dominion ime. .
Schooner Alice J. Venable, Slgnalgo, James
River, coal.
PORT OF WEST G????, JULY' 5, 1006.
ARRIVED.
Baltimore, Coutrncy, Baltimore, passenger*
and (tuerai cargo.
Biro City, Haynes, Mattaponl River landings,
passengers and general cargo.
BAILED. "'
Baltimore. Coutrney, Baltimore, passenger?
and general carro.
Blm City, Haynes, Maltnponl River landin?;*,
passengers and general cargo,
PORT NEWPORT NETVS.'.JULY? 6, 1906.
aRRivan
Steamer Lansing, Sabine Pass.
Steiunor Rulysses, Port Arthur.
Steainer Rappalinnnock, Lltorpool.
? Actionner Chllde Harold; Norfolk.
Rargo Fiiiuii?, Bridgeport:
Brthonnor Margueilii?, Provldoncc.
llargo Iowa, New Bedford.
Rargn Ohio, Now Bedford. ?
Bohoonor ]<auiu L. Snraguo, riymeuth,
BAILAD.
Steamer Cayo Domingo, Havre,
StSiimer Lansing. New York. ,.
Schooner Henry W. Cramp, Portland.
Schooner Alimi E. A. Holmes, Boston,
lia ru o Montami, Providence,
CROFCONDITIONS
(By Associated Presa.)
WASHINGTON. July, 5,-The Weather
Bureau's weekly hulletin of crop con?
dition* Biiy?:
AVhlln cotton Is generally Improved ami
Has nunlo {rood growth, throughout tlio
cotton belt, tho crop la much In neod of
sunshine nml cultivation In tho contrai
mid western districts, In portions of whloh
loo rank growth Is reported. Kxcunt In
Ilio contrai districts cotton in generally
fruiting well. Boll weevil* nnd oilier
pests are uctlve In Texas and Louisiana
Tobacco lp suffering, from drought hi
central? Norlh Carolina and from Jack
of cultivaron In Kentucky; elsewhere tills
oro ? Is doing well. _
If YOU'RB AT?I?Q, ~
DRINK BEAUFONT ALE,
AT
? STRAUS CIGAR CO.
Qat Vour Face Changed for 10 centjB.
6?y "BEAUFONT," 6ay |t plain,
T. M.
IS AGI ELECTED
Chosen By Tobacconist Associa?
tion of United States Fifth
Time.
MAKES A FINE REPORT
Sixty
Men in Attendance?An.
Excursion to the
Capes.
(Special to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.)
NEWPORT NEWS, VA., July O.?
Thomas M. Carrlngton, of Richmond, was
for tho fifth timo unanimously elected
president of the Tobacconist Association
of tho United Stales, when the associa?
tion held tho first session of Its fifth
annual convention at Old Point thin
morning. President Carrlngton road his
annual report, which wne lengthy and
Interesting The report was referred to
a committee, which will pass upon its
rocomiiiendatlona and report to-ir.orrow
morning.
President's Report.
?Thu?'i!;1 H*'r'n*te'> ?r??R m part a? follow?:
me. ., ni,itrle.r?ur,nJtlme our "sedation ha?
?G, iS R}1 ?oln1? ,*nd ""?? ??PProprlatones.s may
?.???. ?;?he f&cl tnat from tnls sl'"t wo can
fin?.?,ih.0.. ox??n"e unf *??????-?? which first
floated tho ?hip? that bore our forefather? to
thl? country.
"At our last meeting we wero In the midst
of protesting ngalnst the action of England In
putting on a* excess duty on strips. A? you
are aware, this excess fluty was reduced one
naif, ana whether or not our protest had any
weight, the prompt manner In which It was
placed before the English authorities serves
to show tho good of our association.
"The. Committee on Parcel Postage, no doubt
can make suggestion? by which a bill can bo
framed to afford u? very-great assistance. It
he? been etat/d thai there are four reasons
why auch a system' has not been put In opera?
tion, they being given on account of tho attl
(ude of the (Southern Express Company, thu
;nlted States -Expresa Company, Adam? Ex?
presa Company and tho \Vell?-Fargp Express
Company,- hut our hope lies in the fact that
the influence 'of such corporations Is on tho
wane. - - ;
"Tho Committee on National Legislation ha?
a broad fleld for Investigation by trying to
have the adverse tariff In operation ?o amended
*?, to promote, trado In many countrle? from
which tobacco I? now debarred.
"Not only ?ueee??ful results from this work
will help our trade generally, but will give
opportunities to Individual enterprise, for It
1? a well established fact that the various
species of tobacco, In which the, member? of
thl? body are Interested, ?land first and fore?
most wherever they are Introduced.
"Tho insurance question is one that ha? to
be considered by each State. In Virginia, con?
ditions are" exceedingly unsatisfactory, and no
doubt by consulting with member? from other
State? many lilcns for; the betterment may be
obtained.
"Under the ab?olute sway of.the Southeastern
Tariff Association, we have no relief or appeal,
for so arbltary afe the actlbns of the repre?
sentatives of tho companies composing this
great trust, that relief should certainly be
sought and most probably obtained at the com?
ing session of the Virginia Legislature,
? "It ha-s been said that the- continual flow of
labor from the agricultural districts will bring
about a ferions result In the. underproduction
of tobacco, and while-this diminution of labor
1? certainly true, yet It Is to a ver}* great de?
gree, checked by the higher prices of all farm
products, and this, with Uhs Invention of agri
cultural Implement?, should do away with this
fear.
The average product of the crop? of the dif?
ferent epeclea Is as follows:
Kentucky,- Ohio nnd West Virginia
burley ...\.''.'.-....;......... 125,000,000
Kentucky and" Tennessee dark ship?
ping.150,000,000
Pryor type, of Kentucky. 75,000,000
Bright tobacco, Virginia. 60,000,000
Dark shipping, Virginia. 60.000.000
Dark manufacturing, Virginia..... 10,000,000
Bright tobacco, North Carolina.125,000,000
South Carolina varies from. 12,000,000
i In 1904 to? 40,000,000 In -1603. -
: "In the current year there -will he an aver?
age crop of -dark tobacco Iri.TContucky and
Tennessee, and burley tobacco? there will be
an Increase of from 20 per cent, to 30 per cent.
In Virginia there will be an Increase of 15 per
cent, to 20 per cent.'of dark tobacco, and about
an average crop bright. '?
"In North Carolina the average Increase la
estimated to be 15 per cent, to 20 per cent.
In South Carolina-about Bttper cent, more thirr
was planted last. year. rTheiie fjgure.? apply
to planting, but the ?ea?on? are to 4>e counted
on as much a? the planting, a? yields vary
from SO per cent, to 40 per cent.
"The condition of business In general ap?
pears to hold out ahepeful future. At the
head of our government'we have a President,
who elected by one party,? 1? broad enough not
to decline to put Into operation the view? of
the party opposing him, when to his mind the
best ends can be reached by so dqlng.
"His suggestion a? to the control of the
railroad? must be recognized as especially
beneficial to that class of merchant? and man?
ufacturers to which our member? belong, and
while accomplishing this, this control will ap?
parently be helpful to railroads In saving them
against the evIJ. of ?ecretv rebates from which
they appear helples?, and to get rid of 'the
private, car service Which Is grndually absorb?
ing the be?t. paying part ot their business,
"One of the greatest obstacles to reform I?
the presence of our legislative bndle? of a
large number of so-called 'representative?! who
are owned, body and s?ul, by some corporation.
Their vote I? bought when they enter, and
that they should retain their own ?elf-re?pect
or should hold the respect of their fellow-mem?
bers Is a peculiar twist, of practical politics
that ?hould be remedied.
"The nhlpbulldJng bill Is one, to which tho
attention of commercial, bodies ha? been called
for an expression of opinion. To my mind, I
cannot seo any successful, outcome except by
a? subsidy so large that it I? Impracticable.
May It not be better for tho commercial Inter?
ests of this country to have tho advuntngo of
tow ratos of freight,? whleh cheap shipbuilding
and low wagea to crew? of other countries
make possible, than to pay very much higher
rates, which would have to be done If ship?
sail under the flag of the United Stales. There
Is no development that ha? ever taken place
that will help thl? question moro than tho
opening of the Panama Cuna!,
"The part tnkon towards bringing to nn
end the war now going on between two great
nations, within the highest degree, put? the
United State? In good standing both commer?
cially and sentimentally with the world.
"And now to make thl? association of the
practical use that It ?hould be?we need first?
an energetic personal canvass for members;
second, tbe member? should communicate with
the secretary ?o often ne ha may wish to got In
fojmatlon. that they have not the time or the
means of doing; third, the. subject of the
committees should be handled by the secre?
tary, and, finally, In some way. the Interest?
of the members of this association bo aroused
to that extent that we cari be depended for
oriootlve'co-oryratlve work.
"Thus I think, we can face the futuro with
hopeful 'heart? nnd have every reason to be
llave that the worst ?torni? are past, and
that haven of ?ucees??the deelrfl of every bus?
bies? man?will be safely reached.
"And now In all earnostnes? I ask you tn
nut ?oine one else In thl* office. It I? an honor
too great to be usurped by one member, and
? giving It up. I cannot ?umcleiitly -express
n'y appraclatW of your electing mo to It so
many time?, ?nd am proud to b? known and
estimated by the company I keep In the inoio
?ip of the Tobacco Association of the
United States."
Excursion to Capes.
To-ntght tho members of the asBOcla
tion went on un excursion to the Vir?
ginia Capes. There are about sixty In
attendance. It I? .expected that Old
Point will t?e selected as the n?jtlj placo
of meeting
Leroy Davidson,
ORGANIZER,
PROMOTER
And Dealer In
Investment Securities.
Money loaned on well locatori bua
Ine?H und city properly and Industrial
plant? In any part of tho United Stateti.
OFPICPS;
Charlotte, ?, C, end 15 Wall Street, New
York City.
Correspondence Solicited.
FINANCIALS.
? ' ' g:=s-^^
158,1011
?FOR SALE,
RICHMOND CITY 4 PER CENT. BONDS
DUE 1938 AT IO534 AND INTEREST,
9 U U U at which price they yield about 3.70
? - per cent, on the investment.
Wo rtwpcctfuUy cnll tlio attention of tho holders of mntnvlng
Richmond City O'e to tho nliovo offer. . '
BRANCHI, CABBLL & CO.,
? 1 Ili Enst Main-Street.
DAVENPORT & CO.,
?? . 1113 Enst Main Street. ..
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY PLAN
Notice of Readiness of the Seaboard Compan;
to Receive Subscriptions.
To the Holders of Morton Trust Company Certificates of Deposit.
and of yVarrants of the Seaboard Company:
You are hereby notified that the Seaboard Company Is ready to receive
subscriptions for Its first preferred stock at par, on tho terms set out in
the Change or Modification of Plnn or New Plan, relating to Seaboard Air
Line Railway, dated May IG, IDOii, a copy of which was filed with tho.
Morton Trust .Company May 17, 190 5.
Every holder of a warrant of The Seaboard Company or Morton Trust
Company certificato of deposit desiring to subscribo, must, within fifteen
days after the last publication of this notice, sign and deliver to the de?
positary, Morton Trust Company, or one of the sub-depositaries, Contlnen-?)
tal Trust Company, Baltimore, Maryland, and Old Colony Trust Company, '?.
Boston, Massachusetts, on a bla.uk form to be obtained from such deposi- j
tary or sub-depositary, an agroemont to/take an amount of the first pro- j
ferred Rtock at par, not greater than the amount for which ho is entitled
to subscribe, and to pay therefor, at par, in cash, in five equal Instalments,
payable at Intervale of not less than thirty (30) days, at such times as
the Committee under said Plan or The Seaboard Company shall prescribe,
and must, at the time of the delivery of such agreement, pay for the ac?
count of The Seaboard Company, by check or draft, payable in New York
Exchange, to the order of the Morton -Trust Company, one-fifth (1-5) of ,
the amount of such subscription.
The Seaboard Company hereby calls for the payment of the first In?
stalment of twenty (20) per cent, of the subscriptjOn price at the time
of the delivery, of,the subscription agreement and not later than July 28, '
1905, and for the payment of tho second Instalment of twenty (20) pet
cent, on August-2 8, 1905, and prescribes such dates as the times for th?
payment of such instalments. ??
Thi3 notice will be published on June 29, July 6 and July 13, 1905.
THE SEABOARD COMPANY
By order of the Board of Directors,
D. C. PORTEOUS, Secretary.'
THOMAS F. RYAN, Chainnnu; ?
JAMES A. BLAIR,
ERNST THALMANN,
JAMES H. DOOLEY,
T. JEFFERSON COOL1DGE, JR.,
C. SIDNEY SHEPARD,
, . . S. DAVIES WARFIELD,
Committee.
N. S. MELDRUM, Secretary.
VJR(JINIA TRUST CO. I20? E- Mai" s*?
':'fhis Company is authorized under its charter to act as
Executor and Trustee under wills.
'.Administrator of Estates. Guardian of Minor Children.
Assignee and Receiver.
.-Registrar and Transfer Agent of Bonds and Stocks.
''"' Trustee for the Execution of Trusts of every nature.
Loans Money on approved real estate and collateral
security.
? Pays Interest on Deposits.
. Issues Guarantee, Judicial and Contract Bonds.
Rents Safety boxes and stores silverware and other val?
uables. . Vaults Burglar and Fire-proof.
JAMES N. BOYD, President. MANN S. QUARLES, Vloe-Pree.
LEWIS D. AYLETT, Secretary. JOHN H. SOUTHALL, ? reas.
UNION BANK OF RICHMOND,
No. 1107 East Alain Street.
Your money Is never absolutely safe unless deposited in good,
strong bank.
Capital and Surplus, - - - $600,000.00
WE WANT YOUR ACCOUNT.
Interest allowed on deposits of one dallar and upward?.
Loans negotiated.
President, J. B. BEA8LEY. Cashier, W. R. MASSIE.
CITY BANK
OF RICHMOND, VA.
Capital and Surplus ? $500,000
Would bo pleased to receive the ac?
counts of corporations, linns and Indi?
viduals.
Interest allowed on deposits In Sav?
ings Department.
WILLIAM H. PALM??.. President.
E. R. ADDISON, Vlce-Presldont,
J. W. SINTON, Cashier.
Get Terms aud li?tes From
The American National
Bank.
Thoy may bo ablo to nave you some
expense In tho collecting; of your out
of-town business.
THEIR FACILITIES ARE UNSUR?
PASSED.
Business and Personal Accounts
Solicited by
State Bank of Virginia
IIE. Main St., Richmond, Va.
Lancaster & Lucke,
BANKERS AND BROKERS,
RICHMOND, VA.
CONSERVATIVE INVESTMENT
SECURITIES.
CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED.
THE SAVINGS
BANK OF RICHMOND.
1117 Eant Main Street, Next to
Hotel Lexington,
THE INSTITUTION FOR THE
PEOPLE.
^"t'T. LIBERAL AND COUR?
1?.OUS TREATMENT TO ALL. '
Depoalm lu ?uiiw of ONR DOLLAR
and upward? received and Interest
allowed, Loan? made on real estate.
Negotiable vuper discounted.
R. A. RATTHHSON, l'rasldeiit,
L. Z. MORRIS. YU-e-I'rc*ldent,
JAMES M. HALL. Cashier.
Director??Qeorge L? Christian, N.
Hargrove, P. WhltVck. H. .Theo?
D.
..-......,.,??, ... ....odor?
Klly?on. W. ?. Zimmermann, ??. Ai?up,
F. smerdine, II. Hil.loii Taylor, ?. ?.
Owen?, John W. Gordon. Q. Q. Vulon?
tino, R. F. Patterson.
?anini??.iiimi?iiii??i?i r iMTiiCTne???
We Can Furnish You
A Draft or Letter of Credit
on any city of Importance lu the world.
Our Foreign Exchange Department
meets the want? of all cluBseti.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK.
BANK OF BIOHMOND,
~_ Corner Main and Tenth streets,
Capital, Surplus and Profits, $1,180,000
Interest at 3 per cent, paid In Savino*
Department, .compounded
tetii-aniHially. '
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