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Pfofcssional Opcralions Fall to
lnducc 1?ollowiiig; Oulshlc
Circlc of Traders.
DAY'S NEWS IS DEPRESSING
Sharp Break ln Rcading As Rc
sult of Situation in Coal
Ficlds.
(By Ansoclnted Press.)
NEW YORK, March 27.-Vosterdny's
upward movcmctit of prlceg was reversed
In Ihe stock inarkel to-day. Tho noml
nnl gro'urid for the charlgn In thc cotirse
of the market was the dlsagreement bo
tween conl mlnerii and operatorn al III
tllniinpolls. The more probnble explana
tlou of thc prlce movomcnt nnd the one
gnnerully nccepted was that yesteiday'n
pnrely profosxlonnl operatlons hnd failed
to Indnce anv followlng oulsldc thn elrclo
of traders. Th- general llst merely fol
lowed In (he v/nkn of the Rcading movo
ment. That stock was heavy from tha
oulsel, but Hn deetded break on the nn
hotineemont of the. rupturo of nogotla
tlons nt Indlanapolls gave a declslvo
rourso to the whole llst. The selllng was
not pressod urgently heyond the rcallz
Ing of yestcrday's purehases, and tho
market, showed symptoms of dropnlng
back Into Its state of soml-stngnntlon.
The nnnouiioemcnt of the Increaso in the
fllvlrlend rato on Anaconda induced some
buylng of Amnlgnmntcd Coppcr nnd
ciused qulio a brlsk rally. ln whlch tho
tnetnls Btockfl shared largely. Thc cal
money market was trnwiull to-dny, and
rhtcB for ttme loans were riuotably lower
In splto of thn aproach of Aprll 1st re
qulremcnts. Last prlces of stocks were
nhove Ihe lowcst nf tho day, but thc
rloslng tone wns ensy.
Rnnds were steiuly. Tolal sales, pnr
imluo, SS.nO.CtO. Knlted States bonrts were
all imchanged on call.
The totnl sales of stocks amotmte.l tn
Bol.SOO shnres.
NEW YORK, March 27.?Money on call
Btoady; 4<Ti 1^4 per eent.: rullng rnte, 4>4:
closlng bld. 4; offc-red nt 4V4. Tlme loans
Bomewhot easler; fllxty days nnd nlnety
flays, nftfiU per eent.: six months, 5.
Prl'me rncrcantlle pnper, StfoVi per cent.
Bterllng exchange steady, at depllne. wlth
a'c,' nl bnslness In bankers' blllB at
V, Ki wnU.Ki.M for deninnd and nt $l.?2.35<rf
tBS2.m'for sixtv day blll. Posted rntes.
M.KVSH.ra^ nnd $BSn!r.<!($).S7. Commcrclal
bllls, *l.S2ffJH.S2 1-S. Bar sllver, Co1*. Mcx
Icnn dollars, 50.
RICHMOXD BTOCli MARWET.
Richmond. A'a., March 27. 19O0.
BTATB SECURITIES. Bld Asked.
Horth Carolina ls. C. 101ft. W ..:
A'a. 3a. Old. C. nnd R., 1982. 9I? &>,
Va. Cehturlet, 2-3. C. and U.. 1991.. 95 M*
. KAIBROAD BONDfi.
Allanla nnd Chnr. 1st 7s. R., 1007.. 102
A. C. B. R. R. On. 'fr. I P. c. ?
A.. C. L .Certltlcatos of Ind. I p. 0... 93 ...
Georgla Pac, l3t C?. C, 1922.120
Goorgla- So. nnd Fla.. iMi. 118
Oeorfrla nnd Alu. Cna Ss, 1913. 110
Nor. and Wostern Ry. 4s. 19W. Wl
N. and \V. Pocaliantus 4a, 1944. 82 ...
Wmtern N. C. ls: ??. 0.-. W14. 1U
Beabonrd Alr Llno 4j, UtoO. ,90
RAIBROAD BTOCKS. Par.
Atlnnta nnd Charlotle.,.....,1W 170 ,...,,,
Atlantlo Coasl Blne'"A".*w.i.J. ??? ?
Atlnntlo Coaat Bine pM.1M? 123
Ailanlle Coast Blne com.?????J? '?'
Ch.>p-ipcak? aad Ohlo..Novcmber 100 63
Norfolk and AVestern com.1C0 *S
BANK AND TRUST COMPANY STOCKS.
Amerlcan Natlonal.100 12V& ...
Broad Street.2. -fa ???
Clty .^ **** "?
Flrst Natlonal.100 250 ???
Merchant* Nut!onr??;.)'?- 4,.,
Natlonal Bank of Vlralnla..;.....!? 135 ...
PcterslmrK Savlngi and ln*. CO....0 m
Stnte Bank ot AMrglnla.],- ,1s
Bank of Richmond.1? 1-J ...
INSURANCE COMPANIBS.
Virglnla Flrc and Mnrlno.23 45
Vlrsinia Siafce.......St> W ???
MlSCBBBANEOyS.
Va.-Car. Chem. pfd., S p. c.100 115
A'a.-Carolina Chorrilcal com.100 oO ...
Va.-Car. C. Co. Col. Tr. S p. c.102',. ...
BABTIMORE STOCK SfARKET.
HA.BTIMOHE, MD., March ?.'.?Seaboard Alr
Bine, coiainon ond preferrcd?Nothing dolng.
CX)TTON MAKKETS.
NEAV'A'ORK. March 27.?Tho cotton marltrt
was tnoderately uctlvo and ruled qulet. Irregu
lar: an early decllne bolng fullowed by a aharp
rally wlih thc olo?o steady at a net advance of
IfjS points, Salea for the day tstlmated at
UTO.fOO lmlen.
The oponlng waa utoady at 11 decllne of only
:tij points, whlch wbh bettor than duo on tho
cables. Uut Blvorpool and Now Orlenna woro
celllng here on the dlfferences, and the markot
toon increaaod thc loaH to a matter of S pointH
on the actlvc montliH, May nnd July both sell?
lng at 11.02. The room was bearlsh,, expectlng
to nnd ?top-loss orrtfra below 11 cetits for tho
? urnmer montiy), but thore was a good demand
nt the decllno from wlro and commlsKlon
liousoK as well a? from clinuo brokors, and tho
mark?t rallled to nbout tho closlng llguros of
tho prevlous day. Thls was followod by a sec?
ond reactlon on repons of more llhoral BiKit
orrerliigs and less actlvo dosiand South, but
tho benrB wero unnble to forco Mity bolow 11.05
on thls break, nnd durlng thc Jaler trndlng
the liulls becama moro aggrewive, forclng tho
shorts to ccrv-cr nnd scndlng May np to 11.20
or wllhln 2 points of yestcrday's hlghoiit. July
sold at ltlf' or 5 polpis not hlghcr ftgalnst
the galn of 10 points for May. Tho closo was
2 or 3 points off from tho bost, but stoady,
wlth May nt 11.17 and July nt 11.12. The
wenther Houth wus wnrm, but rnlnt wero re?
ported In tho centrnl belt, wlth tho forocast
polntlng toward furlhor proclpltatlon.
Recolpts at tho norls to-day 29.1S0 baloa
ogalnst 21,9(14 lnst weok and 38,(123 last yoar.
For tho woek 100,000 bales agalnst 100,772 last
weok and 202,712 last year. To-day's reeelpte
at New Orioans 12,402 bales agalnst 13,114 last
yenr, nnd at Houston 9,300 bales agalnst 9,0o2
last year.
Spot cotton closed nulet: mlddling uplands,,
11.70; mlddling gulf, 11.95.
Cotton, qulot; mlddling, 11.70; net receipts,- 50
bales; gross, 3.0RS hnlos; stock, 105,105 bales; to
Ihe CVintlnont, 4,045 haleg.
Total to-day nt all porta?Not recelpls 29,1,0
Vales; export to the Contlnont, 8,063 balo.s;
Itock, 701.SM bales.
Consolldated at all ports-Not rocolpls, 69,413
Vales ;export ln Great Rrltnln, 23,537 hales: to
rranco, 8.4S2 balos: to Ihe Contlnent, S8.49d
Valos; to Jupan, 3,730 bales,
Totnl slnea Beptembor 1st nt all ports?Net
.HOMAS BRANCH a CO.
(Eatnbllshed 1838.)
M?]]MHKRS
Now York Stoclc IDvchtuige,
Bfew York Cotton Exi'han?e,
Private Wires to
Principal Markets,
Inveetmont Socurltlos,
=%f V
OPFIC1AL RANGE AND SALE OF STOGKS IN NEW YORK
By Thomas Branch & C-'j., fianktra and Brok?s<
SALESs
100
2&,t0Q
180,909
:i,m
800
20J
000
1,000
2,300
100
2,-lOT
ll.OOtt
2.700
1,000
20,060
2.5O0
8.O10
scn
0.001
33,]o0
1,400
100
0,900
1,800
ii,6oo
100
100
200
2O0
6,400
100
2on
1.200
600
Opcn.
A, C L., com. 165
Ainerlcnn Srnellcrs, eortlii 109%
Anuilgiitnntcd Copper .... 108%
Amcr, Car nnd Foun. 12%
Alnor. Cnr nnd Foun., pfd. 101%
Amerlcnii Cotton Oll. 33%
Alnerlcau Tobacco, .pfd.
Alncilcan Ciltl . 0%
Aninrlcati Can, nfd. C7
Amtr, Locomntive, com.. 09%
Amer. I,oco.? pfd,, ox. dlv. 116%
Ainerlcan Htignr . 189%
A, T, und S. Ft-, com. 91%
A? T, nnd S. Fe, pfd...... 104
Baltlmore und Ohlo... 11114
Brooklyn Rnpld Trnnslt... 84
Cnnndlan Pnelflc . 172Vi
Chesnpenko nnd Ohlo. 611%
Chle.-ign riroiit AVestern.. 20%
Chlcngo, Mll. and St. I'ntil 170(4
Colnr/ldo Fucl nnd tron..., (14%
Colorndo South., com. 33%
Colorado Houth., 1st pfd.
Colorndo Houth., 2d pfd.
Clev.. Cln., Chl. nnd St. 1, 100
Consolldnted Ona . 149
Delnwnre und Htldson.208
Del,, l.uok. nnd AVestern. ...
Erlo, com. 48%
Erle, 1st pfd. 78
Erle. 2d nfd. 08Vi
Oencral Eloetrlc . 1G7%
Gredl Northcrn, pfd. 322
flllnols Cctilrnl . 172%
I.ntilsvllle and Xnshvlllc. 16095
Mnnhattiin . 158
Metro. Street Rnllwny.... 113
Mexlcnn Cenlrnl . 24%
Mo., Knn. nnd Tcx., com.. 35
lllgh.
IM
100%
ioo%
101%
83%
"ii%
t;7
69%
115%
1I0V4
HI %
10.1',',
111%
84%
' 172%
69%
. 20%
170%
06%
83%
100
110%
20!)
78
???
107%
1721/t
151M
IM
113
24%
85i?
IiOW.
165
-?M
i?%
12%
101%
m
"flM
00%
07%
Hf>%
139
03%
161
111%
13%
171%
69
20%
17".
08%
33%
100
117%
200%
'i.'i
78
f*%
107%
171%
110%
ife
112%
24%
Bld. Aakod,
Closlng.
151
150%
107%
'12%
101
33
iraw
0','t
06%
(IS
116
1811%
03%
10-1
111%
'84
171%
58%
20%
33%
70
50%
100
147%
200
452
43%
777<,
08%
1(!7
810
170%
140%
157%
112
24%
85
150
1M%
107%
?m
101%
84%
101%
n%
67
m
110
189U
v.vy.
101%
111%
81%
172
68%
21
175% 175%
fil <11'-?
04
31
70%
fil
102
148
207%
406
43%
78
09 '
1GS
320
171%
150
169
112%
24%
35%
.LKSl
Opob.
300 Mo,, Knn, nr.d Tcx., pfd.. 72%
,rm Mlssourl Paelflo. 00
,700 Nntlonul I.end. 12
Nush,, Chat. nnd St, J^ouIh ...
,800 Now Ynrk Conlrnl. 141%
,400 Norfolk and AVestern. 88%
100 N. Y,, Onl. nnd AVes'orn. 60%
,000 Nortliern Piiolflc .
.400 Pctmsylvnnln Rnllroad ..
?100 Penple's O/lft (ChlCngo)..
,30'l Presscd Stwl Cnr..
800 Prossed Steel Car, pfd..,
2O0 Republle. 1. nnd S,, com.
300 Republle I. nnd 8., pfd...
,200 Rendlng, cotn.
400 Readlng, 1st pfd,.
Rendlng, 2d pfd.,#
,300 Rock Islnnd,, cotn. 20%
'Roclc Island,' pfd.
,000 Hloas .
Sloas, pfd.' ???
,500 Soiitbetn Pncillc . 07%',
.JO-l Hoiithern Rnllwny, com.., 40%'.
Sttl Southcrn Rnllwny, pfd....il02 . ? .
Scnbnard Alr I.lno, 1st pfd-',.'.' ?'%
Beahonrd Alr Dlno, 2d pfd ,..' :";'
flonhrvird Alr Dlno, com.,.'!.-,''',
200 Teiinessee Conl and Iron,, 117% ,
000 Texas Pnelflc . 33% .
.803 l.fnloh Pnelflc. 153%
.000 Unltod Staten Steel. 40%
.000 United HtntoH Steel, pfd.. 100%
,100 U. 8.- Rubber. 60%
300 Uj S. Rnbher, 1st pfd.113%
400 TJ. S. Rubber, 2d pfd. 81%
,100 Va.-Car.' Cliemlcal, com... 50%
100 A'n.-Onr. Cliemlcal, pfd.... 114%
AVnbnah, com.;...
,100 WnlMsh.'pfd."51 ...
AVcalorn Hnlon .>V..
Totnl snles, 878,900 shnres.
218%
138%
or.'/i
62%
97 .'.
29 3'
101 '
13:.%
02
82
ttlBh.
72%
90
82%
145
m
50%
219%
138%
06%
63
97%
"29.
101 -
130% .
02 ',
28%
S2%.
'fl7% j
?II
102 '
147*4
33%
104%
40%
103%
57
113%
84%
00%
114%
'61'
Low.
72%
04%
80
uV
87%
6.1%
217
1?7%
9:i
- 02%
97
211
lf0%
IM%
91%
147
33%
J52%
39%
ItfiM
65%
118%
84
59%
111%
'49%
144
87%
50
217%
137%
94%
62%
97
28%
100%
133%
91
97
20%
05%
80%
112%
07%
40%
101%
89
00
30
147
33%
113%
91
50
113
23%
50
02
98
81
145
144%
m
50%
218
13.8
95
620:i
98
20
101
?#
92
99
26%
C<1
81%
114
67%
102%
92
62
82
148
CLOSING BOND OUOTATICN!
U. S. refundlng 2a, roglstered..... 103%
</. B. refundlng 2s, coupon. lORi
V. S, 3?, rcglstered. 101
t.'. H. 3s, coupon. 104%
U. 8. Old 4s, reglatored. 103%
U. B. old 4s. coupon. 101%
U. S. New 4s. reglstered. 132%
U. 8. New 4s, coupon. 1.12%
Amerlcan Tobcceo 4?.?. 79%
Amerlcan Tobncco 0s. 110%
Atchlnon genoenl i?. 104
Atchlso nndjustment 4s..'. 9.'.%
Atlnnllc Coast Blnn 4s. 99%
nnltlmars nnd Ohlo 4n..... 101%
Ualtbnore nnd Ohlo 3s%. 94%
Ilrooklyn Itapld Transit oonv, 4s. 91%
C'-ntrnl of Oorgln 5s. 113%
Cenlral of Oeorgio. ist Inc. osi.
Central o( Georgln 21 Ine. S9%
Ccntrnl of f;?orgla 3d Inc. 57%
Chevnpenltr nnd Ohlo tVis. 100
Culcago r?.| Alton 8%s (offered). H)H
(?hP-afo. II. nnd Qalncy new 4s. lOoij
Chicago. R. I. and PnelHc R. R. 4s. 79-.
Chicago, R. I, and Pac. R. R. col. 5s. 90',.
C? C, C. nnd St. Bouls gen. 4a.. 101
Colorado Inrtustrlal 5s, serles A. 78
Colorado Indiistrlal 6s, sorlos H. 7B?
Colorado Mldland 4a.i. '?
Colorado and Southorii 4s. 94
Cuba 6s.? J04Va
Donvar and Rlo Clrando 4s. "9%
MstlPers' Securltles 6s. *SM
Rrl? prlor llcn 4s. 10"%
Rrlo Clonernl 4s. 92
Jlocklng A'nllcy 4s',_. 10(1 _
Japan Cs. 101%
Japan 0s, 2d serlcs. 100%
Japan 4%h. W>*
Japan 4s, certlflcotea. 84%
Japan U.s dertlfloatos, 2d serlos. 91
BoulHvllIe and Naah.'Unlflod 4s. 103
Manhattan con. gold 4s. 103
Mexlcan Central 4a. 81%
Mexlran Central 1st Inc. 23V.
Mlnn and St. lyml* 4s (offered). 03
Missourl, Knnsas and -Texas 4s. 101
Missourl. Knnsas nnd Texas 2ds. 89
Natlonal R. R. of Mexlco con. 4s. 8.".%
Now A'ork Central gen. 3%s. 95
New .lersey Central gen. f,s. 129%
NorUiera PacMc 4a. 104%
Northcrn Paclnc 3s. 78%
Norfolk and AVestern con. Is. 102%
Oregon Short Blno refundlng 4s. 96%
Ponnsylvanla conv. 3?V4 (ortored). 100%
Readlng General 4?. 100%
St. Bouls and Iron Mountaln con. 6s. 117
St. Bouls and San Franclsco fg. 4s. 86%
Bt. Bouls Southwostem con. 4s. W>%
Beaboard Alr Blne 4s. 90
Southern Pncinc 4s . 93
Southern Paclflo-lat 4s, certlfloates. l?%
Southern Rallway 5s. 1171.
Texas nnd Paelflo lats. 123
Tole.do, St. B. nnd AVestern is. 84
Cnlon Pncino 4s. 104%
Unlon PanlOc conv. 4s..'. 165%
Unlted States Bteel 2d Cs. 98%
AVabnsh (offered). 118
AVabash Deb. Bs. 81W
AVestern Md. 4s...'.. 87%
AVheolIng and Bnke Erlc 4s (offered). 90%
AA'lsconsIn Central 4s. 0!',.
M. and O. Collateral Trust Is. 00
rec'e!pti/t;;6J2,53ti bales: export to Oreat Brltaln,
2.r.'i.047 bales; to Francc, 592,513. bales; to thc
Contlnent 1,912.773 bales; to Japan 91,954 balet;
to Mexlco. 2,711.
NEW ORBBANS. March 27.? COTTON?Spot
cotton opened easy and eioned steady. Tlie de
mand for spot Ir not urgcnl, whlle the ofrer
Ings were somewh.-i.t moro llbera". Sales 2.i>0
bales, Includlag 1,050 to arrKo. Quotatkma un?
changed: mlddling, ll%c.
Futurcs opened easy at a decllne of *ra?
pnlnu on dlsujipolntlng Blvcrpool and unfavor
ahlo weather. Tho market ivm qulet through
out tho llrst half of tho sesslon, but thcreafter
prlces took an tipturn, the old erop posltions
galnlng nun poln^:, and golng well auoye
last evenlng's nnalH. Tlie morkel elosod atea.lj
withln n potnt of 'the topi the actlvo posltions
ahowlng net galns of 5ff9 points.
Cotton futurcs eloseflv Maroh. 11.14; Aprll,
11.10; Mav. 11.27; ?unc/: 11.23; July. 11.87: Au
gusl. 11.18; Septomber, 10.C3; O.etober, 10.40;- Dc
cember, 10.42.
NEW YORK PRODUCE MARKET.
NEW YORK, March 27.?FIXJUR-Steady.
Rye Flour?Bieady. Cornmenl?Stoady. Rye?
Nomlnnl. Darley?Qulet.
Wheat-SVeady; No. 2. S5%c. elc-ntor. Op
tlona net unchanged; May. *,%c.: July. i,c.,
September, S2%c.
Corn-Steady. No. 2. 54c. elevator. Optlptia
partly %c. net lower. May, 60%<:.; July, 60S4C.,
B.ptcrnCer, 61c; Decembcr, 50c. Oats? Barels
steady; mlxcd, 20c.
Heef?Steady. Cut Meats-Steady. Lard?
Blroiig: AVestern steamed. |S.5;,3?.G0 nomlnnl.
retinod. strong; Contlnent. J9.W;; compound,
{S3d%f(1.12I>. ?,rk-Flrm. Tallow?steady.
Rosln?Flrnf. Turpentlno?Flrm at 7itlj871c.
Illct*?Steady. Jlolaasea?Flrm. Coffee?Spot
RIo, ilull; nilld. steady. Futurcs dull at a net
decllne of t?10 points. Sugar-Rnw, nomlnal;
fnlr ronnlng, 3 1-I6c.; cenlrlfugal. 3 17-82^
3.1-lGc: tnolasses trugar, 2 ^?o.'it: li-Kc..; re
flned. qulet. Buttcr?S'.cady and unchanged.
Cheese-Flrm and unchanged. Bggs? Steady
and unchanged.
potatoea?Steady: State nnd Westcrn. per bag,
ll.6effl.K5; forulgn, H.SOffl.SG. Frelghts and
Peanuts?Steady and unchanged. Cabbages?
Easy; Florldn and Charieston, per barrel. I2itf
T/l Coltonseed Oll?Strong nnfl hlgher wl'h
good spcculatlvc dernand. Frlme crude, t. o. b.
millJ, 27i.<>c.; prlme summer yellow, 36c.: prlma
whlte, S0320c%.: prlme wlnter yellow. 25t?3G%e.
CHICAGO, March 27.?Buylng by several men
who had out extenslve short llnc-s. held tho
looal wheat market comparatlvoly steady to
dny. desplte lower cables nnd contlnued favor
able weather for fall sown wheat. At tha
close the May opTIon showod a loss of c.
Corn was down %ff%c. Oats wero oft %c.
Hrovlalons were lOQr.'&c. hlgher.
The Uading futuree ranged as followi:
Open. Hlgh. Bow. Close.
WHEAT-No. 2. _ ' ?' ' ?
Mnv. <S% .*% ?.% "%
JUIV . 77% 77% r77% 77V=
Bcpt.??? <T% '<*? ?'? "??
CORN?No. 2.
May . 43% 44 43V. 4.!%
july . 44% 44% 44% 44%
Bcpt. 4Pi 45 41% +1%
0Mav~f!?:.'.".. S0% ?U 29%, 30
July . 29% 29% 28% 29
Sept. . -*? S? 2S 28%
MF.SS PORK?Per bbl. .
May .10.43 16.05 10.51 16.67%
july .10,32 16.12 16.32 lb.l'l
BARD?Per 100 Iba. ?
? May . 8.35 S.41 8.35 8.47
July . 8.50 S.57 8.47 8.57
Bcpt . 8.80 8.67 8.60 8.67
SHORT UIBS-Por 100 lbs.
Mnv . 8.75 S.82 8.75 8.1.6
july . S.70 8.77 8.70 8.77
Hept.8.75 3.82 8.76 8.S2
Caah quolatlons woro as follows; Flour?
Dull and steady. oN. 2 spring wheat, 70-gsoc.;
No. 3. 73ff89c: No. 2 red, 82%i3S4%c. No. 2
corn, 42%c.; No. 2 yellow, 13c. No, 2 oats,
30c; NO, 2 whito, 32c.; No 3 whlte, 30ff31%c.
No. 2 rye, 60c. Cood feeding barley , 37%ff3.*c.;
aflr to chnlca malllng, 40ffG0c. No. 1 tlaxseed,
$1.07%; No. 1 northwestern, J1.13V.; prlma
tlmothy seed. $3.17%. Mesa lKirk. per barrel,
116,1,'fi 10.50; .lard, per 100 i>oundH. fS.42; short
rlbs sldos (loos"\ IS.709S.75; Bhort clear sidon
(boxed), is.9539.00. AVhlskay, baals of hlgn
wlnea, 11,28, Clover, contract grodo, 51.1..A).
Butter?Flrm; creamerlea, 16tr2fi%c; dnlrics,
15C(T'23c. Cheesi^-Strnng nt [email protected]%c, Bggs?
Flrm at mark, cases Inoluded, 12%c.; flrati,
12Vic; prlma hrsts, 13%c.; extras, 15c,
BABTBMORE. MP.. March 27.-FBOUR
Flrm and iinchangod. Wheat?Flrm! BPpt.
contract, 83%<S*3%e. Corn-Steady; spot, 4s%ff
4S%c.; southern whlte corn, 47%'0l9%c. Oats?
Enslor; No. 2 mlxed. 95?35%c. Rye-Steady;
No, 2 westorn, GSfilOe. Butter?Steady nnd
line.hongod jfnnoy Imltatloiji, 20f(21c; Wo., ,
rrMuincry, 2Sr3:'9c.; oo., ladlo, 17ffl8c.; storo
pucked, 14W15C. Eggs?Steady nnd uncnangod.
(?hpo.p-.^ctlve and uiichangod; large, Beptem?
ber. 14%c.; November. He.; mcdhim, Beptember,
14%c.; Novembor, 14e.; amall, 14{tl4%c. Sugnr?
Strong and unchanged. _
RIOJfMONlJ OTtACX MAltKUT.
Richmond, A'a., Mnrch 27, 1906.
QUOTATIONR
No. 2 red (oar lots).I 87 @ J ?8
No. 8 red (car lota).
Steamer (car lota).
Rejectod (car lots).
A'a. bag lots..,.
CORN- ??>-?'? ?'-.
No. j| whlta (car lots)...,,,..,,,
No. 8 whito (enr lots).,.,,,,
No. 2 mlxod (enr lots),..,,,..,,,
No. 8 mlxed (ear lota).
A'a.^ bag lots. 45 if
No. 3 mlxed (car lots). & 86
No. 3 mlxod (car loat). & alfj
No. -2 whlte (oar lots). ? S6?
No. 8 whito (car lots). <ti 85%
Winter seod . ? 9 ?
No. 2 ryo fcar lots)., . ? '?
A'a. bag lot?.,?., 65 (3 71
OATfTIvR MAKKWTi,
RICHMONH LIA'B STOCK MARKET.
(Sulea at Unlon Block Yarda.)_
Richmond, A'a., Maroh 27, 1808,
Roport of tha llvo stock market for the woek
cnalng March 26th Is aa follows;
Best steers, 6fflo%p.: niodlum to aqq4, 4%0
4%e.; coinnmn to falr, 3%?!lr..i best heifors, 4%'uv
4%c.: mediuui to good, 4S-f4Wc; coinmon to inlr,
a3fiia%'o,'i best cows, 85J1C.; medlum to gpod,
8%(3>8%e. best Veal calves, (|07%o.; coinmon to
fuir, 'Us'/jo.; cows nnd cnlvos, ?2S?fi0.00 per
head; best nhecp, OJtOHo.; wiraraon to falr, 4<P
Cc.; beat lamba, 7?7%c.; coinmon to falr, 6sj)
0%c; BoVa and stags, [email protected]%c. ..?:?' ,
Prosjiocts good for nll kinds of atock ror
next wpek'8 market. ?
CHICAaO, March 2B?CATrBB-Rccehita.
4.600 head. Market steady. Ciimmon.to piim*.
steers, $3.85^6.4.); cows. }3.05S!1.00; hedfers,
^.75'a.-,.35; bulla, 12.80ffl.25; cnlvos, $30f7.?);
stockora nnd feeders, J2.76Q4.75. Hogs?Rn
colpts, 12,000 boud. Market SfflOc. nlgher.
Cholce to prlmo, heavy, Jtl 10(20.45; medlum to
good, heavy, 46.35ffO.40; butcliers' wclght, t6.3oSS
6.47V4; good to eholue, heavy, mlxod. |6.:Ms
0.12%; packlng, SOfiO.40, Shccy-UwdpUi. 17,000
head, Market: ?fTTfep (lrm; lambB weak to oc.
lowor. Shc-ep TTtXivi.ial ycarllnga, (ii.7J?|6W;
lambn, 14.7508.70.
NEW YORK, March 27.?BBEVES?Recelpn,
!/71 lioad. Dre6sed bcef, 433V4c. per pouad.
Calvca?Rocelpta none and none for sale. Bh&eji
and Lambn? Recelpta nono. Sheep. Jl^a.W,
lambn, iTS'.WA; culls. J5.2o: yoarllnK". KoO.
Horb?Recelpls, 3,080 head. State and Pcnn
?ylvanla hogs, t8.8Oflfl.B0; cholce llght, J7.00.
MWCKTJjANEOU.*. .A 1A K KET?.
PETERSBURG PEANUT MARKET.
(Reported by Rodaers. McCabo and Co.)
PETERSBOIta; VA, March 27.? PBANUTS?
SjMnUh?Market flrni at jl.05 per buehel. A'lr
glnla?Markot qulet at 3c. for fancy atock;
ninohlne plekert. R4&:Uci shelling otock, Rl'tf
DBY QOODS MARKET.
NEW YORK. March 27.?The dr>' goods mar
ket waa qulet to-day ond prlcea wero flrm.
The oipert buslneea was qulot, the only notable
nvovoment fnr the weck belm? for the South
Arnerlcan trado an^ atxiut 2,000 balas of flve
yards sheetlntr for Ohbia.
NAA'AL STORES.
AVIIvMINGTON, N. C, Mnrch 27_-SPIRITS
TITRPENTINE?Nothlng dolns", retclpts, 22
ensks. Rosln?Nothlng dolnjr: recelptu, 233
barrels. Tar?Flrm at tl.SO; recelpts, 103 bar?
rels. Crude Turpontlne?Flrm at I3.254r5.00; re
celpts, 27 barrels.
SAVANNAH. GA., Mnrch 27.-TURPE.V
TtNE?Quiat at 65c: nales, t3 caxUs; receipts,
63S caaki; shipmenta, 234 oaska. Rosln?Flrm;
?ales, "(14 barrels; recelpts, 1.420 barrels; slilp
mentit. 1.200 barrels; stock, 33,672 barrels.
OHART-ESTON. S. CV, March" 2T.?TPKPEN
TINB AND ROSIN?Noth'lng- dolng.
INSPECT MAIL DELIVERY.
Washington Authorities to Take
v Action in the Matter.
Aaslstnnt Superlntendent of Rallway
Mall Servicc Illnchman, of tho ..'asb
Ihgton Postofflco Department, nrrived ln
the clty yestcrday to Inapect the cowdt
tions of tho mall delivery of thls clty
as now bclng carrled on by I3r. Sweenoy,
veterlnnry surgcon.
Delays ln the trnnsportatlon of tho malls
to' nnd from tho rallway depotB h'afy.e
been so numerous and freciuont thnt
Postmaster Knight was at lnst forced to
take nctlon, nnd on Monday he tele
gruphod the authorities in AVnshington.
Mr. Knight sald yesterday that the pres?
ent condlllons havo exlsted ivlthln a
few weoks of Dr. Sweenoy's flrst com
mencement of the mall delivery aervlce,
In July, up to tho present tlme, and thut
he has been contlnually forced to tako
some action blniself In order to wnrd
off serious delaj's,
Mr. Hincbman wlll probably flnlsh his
inspectlon to-dny, when he will lirimo
dlately report back to Washington.
MILITARY NINE.
Baseballists of F Company to Or
ganize Friday night.
F Company, Sevontletb Vlrglnla Rogl
ment, hold Its usunl drlll lnst nlght_ wlth
a full quotn of mon and offlccrs present.
The drlll proveel very satlsfnctory, ns thu
mon ura taklng nn Increaslng Interest ln
thelr weekly drllla. There wero two cn
llstments. x
After the drlll a Bqund of the men held
tnrget practlce, whlch rosultcd in tho
followlng scores: Ueutenant K|ndorvatar,
21; Prlvato Krouso, 18;.Prlvata Nunnnlly,
12; Prlvnte Gentry, 22; Prlvato Dowdy, 8;
Prlvato Garrlott, 13, and Prlvato AVIIker
son, 17,
The baae-hall playors of tho company,
who aro maklng every endeavor to or
gnnlze a thie team, wlll meot In tlje com
pany's room Frldny night to nsslgn tho
mon thelr posltlona and to arranga for
tho Inltinl privctlco on Saturday.
FOUND HER PURSE.
Tee-Dee Want Ads. Brings Miss;
Bodeker's Lost Property.
Tha superlor. power of tho Tlmcs-Dls
pntch want ads waa cloarly donionatartcd)
ypstcrday ln tho prpmpf retiirn of tho"
lost pockot book of Mlss Peorf BodoHor.
Whllo out on Monday, Mlss Bqdekoj. ?
hnd tho misl'ortuno ? to loso herV.piirs*
containlng a consldornble sum of monay.
A wnnt ndd wns Insertwl ln oij o/lloi
nnon paper, but hnarlng nothlng from
the pockc-t book, Mlss Bndoker ndvor
tlsed lor lt In tho Tlmes-Dlspatch. Thfl
ndd wns Insorted yestnrdny mornlng nnd
tho purso wns returnod to Its owner bs
foro 10 A. M.
All who uso the TimeB-Piapntch?vnntB,
flnd tho resiilts entlroly satlafactory.
Stock Brokers
GEO. T. KING & CO.,
1104>/j 10. Main St., Rlohmond, Va.
8T0CK8, COTTON AND QRAIN.
? Fractlonal Lots a Speclalty.
Close Attentlon to Oupof-Town Accounta.
PRIVATE WIRE8,
NEW YORK, CHICAGO, NEW ORLEANS
Prlvato I^ong Dlstunco 'Phone to N. V.
Lpop to AVestern Unlor. Muln Offloo,
Stock Tlcker In Cuetomer'a FtQQJrij, "c.j
Moniluu's
Rlohmond Qraln and Cotton JSxghange,
Strnngers ylsRIng tho clty aro;lnvHod,
to njako our offlco tholr heudquurtei's, und
havo. thelr mull und Wirot) bbiU ln oui'
car?,. '.:_
FIIE EMIIH5
OF
Southern Raihvay Secures Con
trol of Vicksburg, Shreveport
. and Pacific Railroad.
jPresIdent Barr, of tha Seaboard Alr
Llno, hns decllned to dlscuss the rumor
of hls early retlrcment from tha' Seaboard
Alr Llno road.
It ia Interestlng to note that the name
of hls sucoessor is alrcady nolsed around.
It Is sald that Alfrod ,'AVnlter, chalrman
of tho Board of Dlroctors of tho South
uud AVestern, will succeed Mr. Barr as
president of tho Soabourd.
Mr. AA'altors, thls rumor says, .will re
tain hls conneetion wlth tho board of
the South and AS'estern, ln addltion to
tho prosldency of the -Seaboard.
' iMiv:C.''H.Hix''l8Sirrtad', It ls sald, for
general manager. Thls' appolntment will
bo . very acceptable to VKIchirJond peqplo,
for Mr, irix ls extremely popula'r here.
Mr. A. H. Plant, comptroller.. of tlie
Southern Rallway Company, has- Issued
tho followlng statemont of tho earnlngs
of the road for the thlrd week ln Maroh:
Southern Rallway Company, excludlng
St. Louls-Loulsville Unos;
Thls yoar. Last year. Inoreaso.
$974,291. $968,724. $15,667.
Southern Railway Company, St. Louis
Loulsvlllo lines:
Thls ychr. ' Lar<t year. Inoreaso.
$83,970. $74,084. $9,880.
Tho gross earnlngs of Atchlson for tho
month of February wero $6,487,666, an
lncrease of $1,81S,250; the net earnlngs
for tho month of February were $2,573,163,
an lncrease of $1,465,976,
The gross earnlngs of the Loulsvlllo
and Nashvllle for the thlrd week of
March, 1906, wore $795,735. as compared
wlth $783,315. an lncrease of $12,420.
From July 1 to Mnroh 21, 1906, $30,713,127,
as compnred wlth $28,271,014 last year,
an lncrease of $2,441,113.
Samuel Spencor, president of tho South?
ern, wlth A. B. Andrews, flrst vlco-preHl
dont; AV. H. Flnley, second vlce-presl
dont, and other officlals, has just returnod
from a trlp to Atlnnta, . He says hls trlp
prosnges no chnnges ln t?j5 posltions of
locnl omclnls, He declares thnt the work
on tho doublo t'rack's of the road betwaen
thnt clty and AVoshlngton is progresslng
raptftly, and thnt ho hopes soon to have
doublo traoks over tho entiro syatem.
"It ls Intendod to Inoreaso the doublo
trackngo aeeordlng to tho demnnds, us
fast as poBslhlc," says Mr. Speneer. "The
Knoxvllle Dlvlslon of tho road ls bolng
double tracked, and we oxpect ultfmatoly
to carry the work stlll further."
Of 11,000 cars ordered by Bnltlmore nnd
Ohlo last year, moro than 7,500 have beon
recelved and are In oporntfon, lncludlng
'2,000 box cars of 40-ton cnpnolty. Most of
tho new equlpment conslsts of hoppnr
cars nnd gondolas. There wero also or
derod 225 loooinotlves, many of whlch
are ln sorvlco. The frelght equlpmont
now Inrludes 85,000 oars.
. So puich greator wns. tho growth of
traffio than had beon oxpectod, the frelght
department recommended tho purchnso of
.10,000 more cars.
mc SENTin
lll TO GQME
Four More Arrests to be Made
ill Conneetion With Bank
Failure,
(By ABBocmtod Press.)
PITTSBURO, PA,, Maroh 27.? In tho faoe
of danlnls by' eov.ernment ofllelals, It waa
learned to-nlght from an nuthoritatlvo
,soiirce that warrants havo 'been ISsued
for four otlier pernons ln oonnoctton wlth
tho collapso of tho Knterprlso Nationnl
Bank'lnst Oclober. Theso aro iu uddltlon
to the six poraons now under arrest, flvo
of whom wero arrested yesterday, nnd
tho slxth,' fonmer Payjnif. Teller Thomas
AV.'Harvoy, who surrendored hlipseif to*
dny. Tho Fedoral ofllelals. deolaro that tho
ftvejarroBtsmado yesterday and ono to
day concludnB " the orlinlapl proceedlnga
(or the pveaont, but It wns learned from
apother sourca tnat tho offlclalB will not
admit the exlstence of,, the oth*r four
warritnta untll they have. heen eerved.
The Moxey lnveatlgatlon ls by no means
over, and beforo It cJoses some aatound
Intf dlscioBuros iir* expeoted,
THE MDROGCAN
American Dclcgation Proposcs
Final Sdttlemcnt Coinpli
, catctl Qucstioti.
(Hy Aasoclatcd Pross.)
ALOKCmAS.. SPAIN, March 27.~Am
basandor ? AVhlte-and "tho others of tha
Arnerlcan.dolcgtillon.lo ,the conference on
Moroccan rcfiirtna wero showcrcd wlth
cotnplltncnta to-day for whnt Is regarded
as thelr aagitclous Ihtcrventlon, whlch has
nseureda soltiilon of the last romaJnlng
scrlouB dlrtle.ul.ty of., tho. conferenco and
n flnal aottlemcnt of bn? of thu most dcll
cntq'v aijd ...ttmipllbated questlons ever
broUghtTbQfOtc'th^ ;conforence for jfcjcl*
alonf'*'?-',^ <'}??,? - -JJ
i .VvPjWiceSproposal.
A'uatrla's poltco.jiroposnl yoatcrday loft
the Oorman ond French delegatos stlll
occupylng totally oppoacd atandpolnta
rclath'o to the police Inapectlon. Mr.
Whlte, seclttg the danger of dlsagreement,
took tho Inltlatlve ln nn attempt to aavo
tho altuatlon. ??
Ho nnd. hla colleagues drew up n fresh
achenie, lay'lng^dqwn tho proposition that
tho Inapector shaTrrepor*. slmultnneously
tc both tho Sultan and the . dlplotnatlo
corps at Tangler, the latter havlng au
thorlty toordor lnqtitrles Into the work
Ing of tho Franco-Sprthlsh pollco acheme,
thtis gimrantoelng the carrylng out of
the conferonco's declalon and aafo
guardlng forelgn Intereats and commer
clal trnnsactlona.
May Order Inquiry.
Tho dlplomatlc corps, after Informlng
the Sultan, may at any tlmo order tho
Inspector to Inqulre and report, should
any lntoreatcd governmojlt. present a com
plalnt. Before preaentlng thls plan to
tho commlttee, Mr. AVhlte approached tho
prlnclpal dolegate*. Tho Brltlsh, Rnlian
and Rusalan delegates unhesltntlngly op
proved the propoaal and promlsod lt thelr
fullost aupport.
Mr. AVhlto then conferred successively
wlth the French and German delogatos,
who agroed as to the practlcablllty of tho
Idea and consented to subrrrlt the schemo
of thelr reapectlve governnients, whoae
concurroncs they conalder to bo vlrtually
certaln. ??
Scheme Incorporated.
Mca-ntlme the .comrhittee Incorporated
the schemo ln thelr proposition for pre
sontatlon to the full conference, whlch
lntcr adopted it provlslonally whlle awalt
Ing the French government's rocommen
datlon, whlch tbe dolegatea do not doubt
wlll be accorded. .,-?-. ,',. ??
Tho eftect on the conforonce of the nc
ceptamce- of tho Arnerlcan' suggcatlon was
Immedlatcly notlcenble. Ono - of _"?
neutrnl delegatos present.at the moment
remarked aa the French and Gernran
delegates wero belng photographefl to*
g?''That photo'graph constltutes the flrst
delegatos "hitsi made'.certaln .the ?Pee?>
end of the labors of th* Mnforenca. No
one now foreseeB tho sllghtost obstaclo
to flnal accord. ' ,
Next Plenary Sittmg.
Tho conference haa dcclded to'hold Its
?nexf plenary. alttlng on Thursday. Tn tho
lnterlm tho commlttee. wlll meet several
tlmes In the endeavor to conclude the
settloment of detalla thls week.
MOBE LOTS SOLD ON
Valuable Broad Street Property
Changed Hands Yesterday;
More to Be Sold.
" There ls somethlng dolng ln real estate
all the tlmo. Several'deals were closed
yesterday, but no. power oni eiiitli.can
make tho Intcrcstod parctes glvo Partlc
ulars untll the deeda have beon recorded.
Messrs. J .B. Elam and Company have
sold a flfty-foot lot on ^*\_?"?__>X__
nue, near Meadow. Street, to Mr. Chaiies
R Otjy.' of j tbe flrm ot Elltngton and
G uy.'' lumbef" denlera, 'lt. !????? W8t?e*
that Mr Giiy wllla't onc'o bul d upon the
lot a handsome and costly cJwollliiff. to
be completed by the curly fnl. The: lot
wiis- formerly owned by Major Otway
S'Tbee"ame flrm has also aold a slxty
foot lot on Monumcnt Avenue. between
?ec Clrcle and Meadow Street, but be
namo of the purchaser ls wltheld for tho
P1MesBtrs. Elam and Compnny mado an?
other blg salo of Leo Dlstrlc^-croporty
yesterday. Thls was 199 feetJ^vond
Streot, for $11,070. .Tho nnme of the pur
ehaser bns not been made Pub"<;' T_
Next Monday MessrB. C. L. and ?? ??
Denoon wlll sell nt auctlon tlie two stores,
Nos. 2 and 4 East Broad Street. These
bulldlngs are occupled. now by thQ_Cl>es
terfleld Sboo Compnny and J. T. Lewts.
driigglst, and aro two of tho hnnflsomost
stores ln tho clty. Above tho Btores aro
modem flats wlth porcolaln balh and
all otbor convenlencos. _. '_
To-morrow at 4:30 P. M. J. B. E am
and Compnny wlll sell a valuable bulld?
lng lot on the BOtith side of-Bi-ond Street,
botweeri Twonty-ntnth and Thlrtleth
Streets.. The lot fronts forty-two feet.
MeBsrs. Casselman and Company re?
port tho salo of the Blanton farm, on
Jiimoa niver, to 0. N. Rubb...formerly of
Adnms. Mass. The prlce pald was ?ROOO.
The following deeda were put to recora
>eK.01Rnnb to Martha C. Trlce, for $2,000,
property on Sevonth Streot. near Preston.
Otway S. Allon to C. R. Ouy, for _R nnd
other coiiBlderatlons, property on Mon
umont Avenuo, near M^oadow Streot,
Snmo to H. S. AVallorsteln, for. $11,070,
property on Broad Street, near A!!l?on.
JamoB E. I.ambort and wlfo nnd John
llenry I^nmbert's admlnlstrator to Wll?
liam A. nnd Phlllp I-rtniborJ Internat in
tho personnl eatato of John h'^nry Lam
bert, and' Intorest In 120W feet on the
north eldo ot''Mooro'-Stroat, and runnlng
back to Bacon .QuarterrBranch, nrt-i 54
feet on tho weat'Alde qf'Brook Avenue,
opposlto Bacon .Q'tiarter Brannh Tavem,
$f.ooo. .':.; ''
J, H. Thomas to ThomaB Toblaa Hul-i
char, 80 feot nn tho north llna of Han
ovcr Streot. 127 7-12 feet OaBt of Rowlnnd
Stroet. $1,200.
R. II. Hnrwood and O. 71. Funston nnd
wlves to fjllllan Moss Cranahaw, 40 feot
on tho south line of Monumont Avenue.
83(1 feet west of Meadow Street, $?,Oo7.50.
WILL MEET !CONDITIONS.
Authorities at^.'.TJniversity Say
That There Will be no Difflculty,
fSneclal lo Tha'TlmoH-Dlsnatch.l
HNIA'-ERSITV OF .VIROINIA, Mnrch
27.?Inquiry at the ndmlniatrntlon bulld?
lng at the Unlvnrslty faljs to ellclt any
foundatlon whntevor for the rumor sald
to be ln clreulntlon In Rlchnionii ragurd
Ing tlie Inalnllty of the Unlvcrslty to
comply wlth tha 'tanwv of Pr. Oeorgo
Ben. johnBton's.BOoeptance of the chalr
of surgpry. v ...,-.
Prealilent Aldfirmnn. ls hlmself ahsent
from' the Instltutlon on a trlp to tho
Paolflo ooast, nnd thoso lii' churge of
hls oftlce refiiBo to glvo opt anythlng fur
ther than to ,state thnt thoy havo no
rpiiBon to bqlleve that there Is any truth
In tho rumor. The genornl oplnlon -ex
presBed, ls that the Untvers|ty wlll .not
experlen^i any dlfllouTTy In'.meetliilr tho
condlllons that '^ll{ Jnsure t)r. john
ston'B removnl here.,
' The Hiilverslty Ib Juet now arritngliig
t'o com'pleto ' thA hospltal nccordlng to
plans"and Btiggestlons npproved by Pr,
Johnston.
'IV'wlll bo.recallod W>at tho stim of
$6n,000 wna r'ecehtly donuted for tho pur
poso of ' ?rectlng uddltloual hospltal
v-tird?.
situit1 very
eiirking
Austrian Court in SomcAvhat of
Quandary to Know What to
Do in Storcr Case.
(By ABsocintod ProsS.)
VlENNA, March 2i.-Thu forelgn ofllco
recelvod thls mornlng n dlspntcli from
Seorbtnry of Stato Root rogardlng Atu
Ibassador Storcr, us follows;
"I hnvc the honor to advlse your
excellcnqy that the President Tias
been plensed to tormlnnto nt oneo,
and wlthout any such ttolriy ns would
bo Incldcntnl to tho transmlsslon of
a letter of recall by innll. tho uuthor
Ity of hls Arnbnssndor, Mr. Storcr, to
roprosent hlm. The President hns no
cordlngly rocallcd Mr. StqrofV whoso
rcprpsentatlvo funotlons hnvo nlrendy
censod. Thls nctlon will bo stipplc
monted <by a formnl letter of recall
whlch nlrendy has bocn slgncd nnd
will bo presented to you In acoordnncu
wlth the former custom ln such mat
ters,
"Secretary Rlvon, of tho Vlene?. Km
bassy, hns beon nnmed tia chnrgn, I
reqtiest your oxcellency to rocolve hlm
nnd treat Hlm' In that. c'npnclly."
Embarrassing Situation.
Forelgn btflce qlrcles nre not qullo suro
how to meot the request of President
Roosevelt. The offlclnls stlck to tho
oplnlon thnt there 19 no precedent for not
regnrdlng Mr. Storcr ns ambnawvlor ns
long ns ho stays ln Vlenna wlthout havlng
presented a letter of reoall. Tho kcy to
tho embarrassing sltuntton ls now In
Mr. Storer's hands. He wlll-rench Trlesta
AA'ednesdny nlght nnd procfied at onco to
A'lenna. A letter of recall can only bo
presented, occordlng.to court nnd dlplo
matlc etlqtletto, by An nmbasSiS-f or to tho
omperor, nnd not to tho forolgn mlnlstcr,
and b>t,np,:tTiearii< by.a charge. ,
The forofgn' offlce" to-nlgltt" Informed
Secretary Rlves that tho government ac
cepts hls nomlnatlon aa chargo unti.1 Arn?
bnssndor Storer roturns to Vlenna, oontll
tlonal upon Forelgn Mlnlster Ooluchow
skl, who left to-day to attend his uncle's
funeral ln Oallcla, maklng no othrjr nr
rnngoments, < . ,
Tho forolgn offlce to-dny informed tho
Associated Press that Empcror , Francis
Joseph -thls,,mornlng, npprpved the np
polntmerit,,,flf,,,Charles ,.Speneer.,,, Frnncls,
of Tr;>y,oN.iY.i to ibe.nmbassador of tha
Unltedf'States to Austrla-Hungiiry.
MRS. WM. C. CARNEGIE.
Wife of Nephew of Andrew Car
negie Dies at Florida Home.
(Speclal to Tho Times-Dlspatch.)
JACKSONVILLE, FLA., Mnrch 27.?
Mrs. Wllllnm C. Carndgle. wlfe of tho
nephew of Andrew Carnegle. diod at mld
nlght last nlght nt her home, Staffprd
Plnce, on Cumborland Islamd, six nylos
from...I>unBeneBB... Sho.had..UY.e.d..at Staf
ford tor.:.thcrpast ten oi- t>v,ejy,e yenrs and
for soWalVyears hnd suffered from a.
sovore nttack of rheumntlsm. Her death
wns the result of nn nttnek of typhold.
feV&r. Sho leaves no chlldren. Tbo funeral
will take place. at 8:80 to-morrow after?
noon, nnd the Intermer). wll lbo at Dun
geness. No partlculars are obtataable
here.
? )
U. S. Courts to Meet.
Tho United Statea Clrcult and Distrlct
Courts will begln-ln thls clty next Mon?
day, and on Tuesday a grand jury and
pettlt Jury will bo summoned to try
the crlmlnal casos on tho docket.
Roses,
Cut Flowers,
and Designs.
Largest Stock.
Hammond,
109 East Broad Street.
FINANCIAL.
The Bank, oi Commerce & Trusts
?^,T?nth. and-Maln.Streets,,
Sollcita-^cc^untViWtiy'.lriTJa'r '. Ihdlvldiiali
? ,^'i'and Corporatlone. ?
3 per cent. interest Allowed on
Savings Depostts.
BORROWERS AND DEPOSITORS
INVITED
First Natlonal , Bank,
."'? RICjHM O N D, VA.
CAPITAL anil SURPLUS, $1,200,000,
BUSINESS
And Personal Account*
SollcKed by
STATE BANK OF VIRGINIA
1111 Eaat Maln Street,
Richmond, Va. ,:
LANCASTER & LUCKE
Bankers and Brokers,
iuciimoyd, va.
For anle, tho Flrst Preferred Stock of
tho Jerferson Realty Company. yldldlng
11 ve per cent,, free of ta*.
STEAMBOATS.
o
LD DOMIMON
S1FAA1SHIP COMPANY
Nlght Llnefor Norfolk,
I.cuvo Rlohmond every evenlng (foot
Aeti Btreet) ttt 7 I*. M., stopplng ttt Newport
Newi en romo. Furo, %i.lO one wivy, HW round
trlp, Inoludlng etuteroom berth; nieals, 00c,
eaoh. Btreet Cars to Btwrner's A\Thurf.
FOR NEW YORK.
via Nlg'it Llno Rtcamera (except Saturday)
nmklnk- conneetion In Norfolk wltn Maln Llnt
Bhlp. followlng day ftt 1 V. M.; ulari Norfolk und
WeVtarn Ry. ftt 9 A. M. and SP.H-. ond Cheta.
poake & Ohlo Ry. at 8 A. M. *nd 4 P. M..
rnaklnK connoctton dally (except Bunday) at
Norfolk wlth Maln I.ina Hhlpe .alllii* at \ l'.
M. Tlcketo, S03 K. Maln Street.
Mcrchants and Miniers
Transportatiotv Co.'s
Boston, Mae?., and Provldonos, R, I.
Btoamerg kave Norfolk for Uoeton Tufeday,
WediiMday, l'rl<l?y apd Bunday. For Provl
donce Monday. Thurnday and Saturday ttt I
P. M. Pagseneera and frelght taken for all
New Hnglund Polnla TlokeU on ??U at C. U4
O. Rwy. and W, aod W. Rwy. Oal*4* ?ad
k?. m e??t uai*
RAfkROABS.
,m.i+M+mi iiwi'"*'
Rr** ^ 1"% ttlchrrt6rtd#
. r.OfcP. Pr.dedek.burp 4 >
in i . . .i.?ii._.iiuau Potomao R, R.
Traln* Leavo Richmond?Narthwif* \
? l? A. M.-Ually-Bytd flt, Throtlth.
?:? A. M.~Dally-M*lM St. 'ThroUtn.
?*? A. Ji.-toally-OUla St Throue*. All '
.,. Puiimaa can. , ,. .
*M A.; M._Except Monday. Byrd 8k. Throttfh,,
.. All Pullman cara.
??8 A. M.-AVeek Daya?Clba. Aehlead Ae* i.;
0:40 A, M7-Dal?yl-Bytd St. Throuio. Looal
atop*. , , >.,
4iOO P, M.-Weok Days. Byfd Ut Frednrio?e
i.nit S'"X Accommedatlon.
t so p' 'M?9.allr-Mnin St. Through. .'
?,M?.M'-.Weo? Oaya-Hib*. A*hland Ao?
?.,ft ?0'nmod?tlon.
a.J ?? AT.r,Vfl Rlohmond?aouthward,
*'w A.'Ab-AVeok Daye-Blba. AahlaWl A>
?.?, ^"irnodatlon.
A,,..i,'7w?olt Day*-Byrd ?L . Frederlca*
ii X i' S'*"?,?'^-^^ Bt.
?... feoe.V Stop*.
2iiP JJ?a>?t-MalB St. Through. . ?.
,ia *);**??Woel. o?>??Elba. Aahland A?V'-?
,,,? gunmodatioa. !,;,:?;
:H? "..-ruiiy-rjvra et. Through. . ' .,,.
P. M.-Oaify-iijrrd St. Through. t,oc?l"
stops.
9itlJVr--Dnlly-Main st. Through. *U
ii 5n p JJ?R?llr-Maln S . Through. <>
1H40 P. jj._AVeek Days?Hyrd St ThrotlfS.;
?ii ?TE-p?'llrn'in Hlcening nr Parlor Carn, ojl .,
S,Li ?}'e.All?ln?' '"ept tralne arrlvlng Rleh.
r"?"ntlo woek days' and ,oc*1 accon-'
,,JJmo ?/ irrlvati gnd departurea and conneo
iions not srtmrantecd.
Yi.P-.mlKT>- c- W. CULP. AV. P. TATLOR.
Aset to Pw?t Oen'l. Supt. Traf. M?r.
Southern Railway
eCHggVJ1B IN EFFECT FBB. 11. 190a.
7-0,* i ?cRAlNS LEAVE RIOHMOND.
12^ p' {J?En y-T-ocnl for Chariotte, N. C.
A,i?-rDally-Umlt?'|-Burf?t Pullman to
Atlanta nnd Blrmlnithnm, New Orleana.
Memphlii, Ghottanooga and all the South.
TJirough coach for Chaae Clty, Oxford.
... _,.. Through. .
*y??Byrd St., Through.
li,M V Jf'-g'i.Sunday-Keyavllla I^oeal.
P. M?Diilly_I,lmlle(l-Piillmnn rcad
P- M? for nll the South.
Th- . YORK RtVEK UNE.
J,a??r"? root? to Baltlmnrfc and Eastern'
?>P'n(?- r^ave Rlohmond 4:20 P. M? dally.
>*???,' Bundny, conneotlng with atoamer
FrWa "a orB Monday?, Wednaedaya and
Frldnv"r'00al?Mor,daya, AVedneadaya and
410 M^T.T'*?**1 Sunday?Fnr West Polnt,
iWlpZi*. n',,h atenmer* for B?lUmor?
?n3 ^'.".llandlnga Msnnayn. Wodnaadayi
eMi..B1?'"' Stnamera oalt at Olou
ins 1 it ?lnt' Allmonda and Clay Bank.
TTeSt "p5|",_'.pt Bimdny-I/jenl .ulxed fol
H-53 Jt TxJrAW,S ARttVB RICHMOND.
S:35 p' m aS.a 7,M p- M?From all the Soolh.
Raiel'jh ^ ? chRrlntta- Durnam and
'!4?aAatfori7^r0m Ke',,v,n9 ana Intarmedlata
*lW A,'nir'~'3',l|y '"im Weet Polnt wlth BattU
Frlda fonneotlon? Sun'laya Wftdeaday* and
10:4S A. M.?Wednesdaya and Frldnysi |:10 !'.VM
Poinf except Sunday?From Weat
?' ?r'T?TVi.S.Ti'trnT- D- p- A- Rlohmond. Va.
V,- 2ARdwick. W. H. TAYTjOB,
p- T. M.. O. P. A.
H. B. fiPENCTJH. Oen'l MgT.,
Waahlnirtojw *?. C.
Chesapeake Cf Ohio Ry.
Clnclnnatl, Indlanapolla, St. Loula, Chi?
cago, Loulavllle, Nashvllle, Memphla,
*:00p.m. and lliOO p. w. dally.
Weatbound toeal Tralnti
7:30 a. m. and B:1S p. m. week daya.
Newport Newa, Norfolk and Old Polnt, i.
?:Oo a, m. tnd iM p. m. dally.
Local for Newport Nawt and Old Polnt,
T:88 a. m. and B:00 p. tn. week daya.
Jamei Rlver Ulnet
10120 ?_ m. dally: 5:15 rv m. weok daya. .
Arrlve Malne Llne from We?t: *T:iO A. M?
"8:80 A. M., 'SM P. M.. ?^:45 P. M. Frora
Enst: ??10:03 A. M., ?U:? A. M.. ?7:00 V. M..
??8:00 P. M. Jamea Rlver: ??8:40 A M.. ?f.U
P. M. (*Dailys ??Bx. Sunday.)
ONL.T AL.L-RAII, T_,TNB TO NORFOLK.
Leave Byrd-St. 8tatl6n, Richmond. Dally.
In Bffeot Jnn. 34th, 1908.
FOH NORFOLK: ?9:00 A. M.. ?3:00 ,P.
M., 7:Zo P. M.
FOn LTNCHBURQ, the WEST and
the SOUTH WEST: 9:05 A. M., 12:10 Noon.
?.00 P. M. Pullman Parlor and Sleoplng.
cara. Cafe Dlnlna;'cara.. Tralna arrlve'1'
dally from Norfolk ?H:40 *0:E0 P. M.;
from the West 7:42 A. M., 2:06 P. M.. 9:J0
P. M.
Offlce 838 B. Maln St. ?Flyer: 2 hrs. 20
minutes.
W. B. BEVILL, C. H. BOSLET,
Qen. Pass. Acent. Olst. Pass. Agent.
ATLANTIC COAST LINE
EFFECTIVB JANTJART 24th.
Tralna* leavo Richmond dally;
For Florlda and South, 9:05 A M., 7:25 and
?11:50 P. M.
Fci Norfolk. ?:00 A. M., J:*, t>. M. and
7:25 P. M.
For N. & W. Ry. We?t. 12:10 and 0:0?
P. M.
For Pet?r?hurg. 0:00 A. M.-, 12:10, J:00, .6:45.
8:00 and 11:30 P. M.
For Ooldaboro and Fnyettevtlle, *t:ti P. M.
Tralne arrlve Richmond dally: 4:17. 8:40, ?t:JJ,
??10:46 and 11:40 A M.; '1:00, 2:05, ?:50, 8:00
ond 0:20 P. M,
? Except Sundny, ?? Sunday only.
Tlme of arrlvnln nnd dopnrturea ond conneo
tlon. not luwnM, CAMpI3I5LU D. p. ^
Seaboard Air Lfnc Railway.
Southbound Tralna Leave Rlohmond Dally.
9:10 A M.?lyical to Norllna, Mamlet and
Chariotte. ??
?:50 P. M.?Solld Pullman to St. Augaa*
. 2:20 P. M, and' 11 P. M.?Throusri Pull
mans and coachM lo favan*
nah, Jack?onvlll*. Atlantx
Blrmlnrhnm and 8ou*hweat.
Tralna Arrlve Ftlchniond Dally.
lillAM.! 8:45 A. M.: 4.M P. M.
Richmond and Petorsburg Elsctrlc Rallway;
Cars h-avi corncr of Seventh and Pjw.
Slreetn. ilnnc^ener. ovory hour (on the hourl
from 6 A. II tn 10 P. M., Laat car 12 mldnlght
l.lmite.1 enr. 6^S V. M. dally, orcent fiundny.
CarT leave r'etersbur*. foot ot SyeamoM
Str?", every hnnr from_?:? A, M. to 10:33 P.
M iVaat car 11:4) P. M. Umlted car 7:16 A.
M.. ilnllv. except Rundnv. ;
All cnrii from Peturalmnr connectlng Rlch,
monfl care.
STEAMBOAT8.
irglnia Navlgatlon C9,
JAMKa RIA'ER DAA' M.VB, .
STKAMER POCAHON T A. ?
l.BAVEd MONDAY. AVEDNEH
DAY AND FRIDAY AT 7 A. M.'
for NorfoM;. Portemouth. O'-'l
,'olnt. Newport Newa, Claremont
and Jainu* Rlver landlnge. anl
connectlng at Old Polat for AVushlnRton, RaU
tlmoro and Ibe North. StaU roonii rraervnd
for the nlsrlit at moderute prlcc* Klcctr.o cira
dlrecl to the wharf. Faru enly tt.iu und >l
Frelalit 'eoclv*d for above-namM plnce? anit
all polnm ln Emlorn VirKinla and North Ciiijj^
Uwu IRVIN \A'BIStriK?, Oeo'l. Ugr
13. a. nARHER. Jr.. Secretary.
CJyde Steamship Co.
PHILADELPUU.
RICHMOND AND NORFOLK MNES.
Frelght recelved ond dellvered dally at O.
arul O. Rwy. Co.'? Dop.it. Seventeenth ??e
Rroad Streete. II. K. AA'iJODFiN. &>ll?|tlni|
Axent, Va- Nav. Co.'e Wharf. Rocketta.
RM| l*u) l.ine to Ualtimoro
llHI VI* O. and O. Rwy, aa>l uu i'olo*
IUS U. B. MA1L ROUTB.
!!?*??. Leave Richmond vla C. aad O.
lll ? dally. except Sunday, at i ?T*f..
lll oona?c(in? ?t Old polnt wTt?
f, iteumera of Old Bay l.lae. leev
\a* 7:15 P. U., arrlvlB* Ba7u:
more iM A- ??, conseotlna North, Eaat ?ai.
Weet. For tlcketi and loiormatloo apply t?

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