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OH STOCK 1I-I
Fd_.1__Lt.o_1 of Speculative Senti?
ment Awaiting Initiativc
l-rom New Hveiits.
THE FALL MONEY MARKET
Further Advance 'in High-Priccd
Coalcrs? Strengtli of San
Francisco I.anks.
____? Aasoclntcd Pross.)
NK.V YOUK, May --.-So profoundly
-.patlietlc wna the tmdlng in the atock
market _o-.i.-.y thnt there tva_ Jlttlo
room left for nny but negatlvc (Ic.ltic
tlona, Thnt thc formntlon of _P-.Ul6.UVfl
Bontlmi'iit awalts nn Inltlntlve from new
eventa la ihe one anfc eoiiclualon lo 1 tif*. r.
Thn prnl'lein of tho fnll ni'inoy innrhota
contlnuea to be nv>..t conaldercd, nnd thc
dny to dny events In Wall Str.ct at
pre.cnt offer I'.tt'e. na_l_t. nc- tn fortn-^
Ing an oplnlon. Tbe atretiBth of thc"'
Bnn -"ranclaco banka nml confldehco ln
tholr poaltlbn la Infcrre.l from Ihe fnct
that Ihey hnve not nvallod theniaelvea
of Ihe offer of tho Unlted Stnte_ Troaa
ury DopirtmoiU to place on deposlt wlth
them 116,-100 of B(.Vfrnm?nt funds to
.trengthen thelr posltlon. Wlth thelr nbll
Ity to m-"1 clalms of depositora promptly
Oi-mnn. trntcrl, n rott.m to Now 'Vork of
id.dk of tbo cnsh forwnrded to San Fran
_laor> ln expoct- d. Money hroliera re?
ported aoinr (limlnutlon ln tho supply
of funds offerlng on tlme ln thla mnrket,
and rates for the loncer i.erlorts were
flrm. The prlco of coppcr ln __on_Ion
mado n. recovery from ye. terday's ahnrp
break. but wlthout li.lplng the copi_?r
group In thls mnrket. Tho one lnci.lunt
ol intereat In the. mnrket was the further
ri. e in the hlgh-prlccd coal _rs. Lackn
?wanna addea ten polnta to Ua record
prlco nnn' >"M nt 5Z0- UeportS were rur
rent of nn intention on the. pnrt of these
companlea to dlveat theniaelvea of own
erahlp of coal minins proptrtlea to coin
ply wlth thc tendency of recent Judlclal
derlslons nn . of the aliuplnt. of lefflaUt
tlon. Thla would Involve, it was Infcrre.l,
a dlatrlbution of these nasets lo atock -
hqldera. It wna pqlnted out nlso thnt
the riBo 1n thc.c Btocka made nn nil.ll
tlonni attrnction for convortlble bonds
of Bome of tho compiuilea whlph art- now
ln the market. The stliTness of the conl
ern served only partly to euatnln tlie
mnrket agalnat tlie droop of j.rlcos In
eyltable ln a market where the buylng
demand la torpid. Prices gave way
rather genorally Just at the last. and tho
rloalng waa easy.
BonrlB wero lrr.-f.nlar. Total sales, par
value. tlfitO.WSO. l.nltcd Gtates new 4-a,
reglstered. decllned 'i per cent. on cnll.
Total aales of stocks were 475,800 aharc...
NEW YORK. May 22.?Money on call
steady, __>- 1--2 per rent.; rullng rate,
8V.; cloRlntr l.id. 3; offered at 3V_. Tlme
loa'nB Bomewhnt flrmer; slxty daya and
nlnety daya, 4% Per cent.; alx rnontha,
tPrltne mercantlle paper, ._.. per rent.
Btorllr.K c'..'ehn_-_re steady. -srlth r.ctual
bualneso in hankers' bllla at _4._S.__..-.1.8-.3.
fnr demand nnd at [email protected]?_W.M for
*ixty day bllla. Posted rni-S, _4.*~ and
M.SCVt. Commercinl bllls. *4..1*_. Bar sil?
ver, 67 _. Mexlcan -Aillnra, F.2V4..
lUCHMOSI) STOCK MAI.KI.T.
Richmond, Va., -lay ~. 1K*.
8A_.ES AT BOArtn.
Vlnrlnla Conu.riea-S.Cr-. at ?S*__: *.??.??? *?"*?
S-abonrd C-onipanr c.m_ion--o at nv..
8TATI-: BEX-URmES. MIJ
Norlh OU-Hlli- <?. <--. 1310... W
North CaroUna ??. C.. 1?J. "??
Va. _. Old. C. an.. R., IM" ....... M4
Va. Centurlea, _-3. C. an. R.. 1991.. ??_
MAIt_KO- D BONnS."
Atlanta and Char. ln 7s. R.. 130L. "g
A. C. I. R. R- O-n.Tr. . p. c. M
A. C. l_',"Cartine_ttea of I_d 4 p. c... f
Gn., S-_th.ni and Fla.. 1?45. J J
Georgln nnd Ala, Con. ia. ???j.. |?
Nor anil Weatern Rr- 4s. 199.. 100
Nor. an. Western P..ca'nonta. la.... 0!
Woatern N. C. l.t _.. C.. 1-14. 11_
Seaboard Alr J.lne 4?, 19o0.-?? 6. ?.*.
RAN.nOAP .TOC-KP. T??r
Atlantic Coait Llna "A".? 44 ...
Atlantic Coa-t \-laa c_m.M UO ...
Ailanltc CoMt l-'.ne com.;??-,?*..__. '"
Che__i?_3k? on/1 Oh'-O.-Nnv-mbsr 1? ?V_ ???
NOrfoIk anl We-lcrn com..........1? ? ?
BANK AND TKOST COMPA.Mi hTOCKR
Amerlcnn Natlonal.100 l"-* ? ???
Er'""'i s-""1._ ? :;;
rlJJt?N_Vio_v....v.".:::::::::::::::iMm m
Merchant, Natl.i al....V? <M
Nationnl Pank of Viralnla."?0 1?7
Btate Bank of Vln-lnla.100 104
MISCELI.ANEOllS.
Va.-Car. CUem. pM, S P- c.100 lODVi 110
BAI-TIMORB STOCK MABKET.
BALTIMORE. MD.; May 22.-_-aboard Alr
I.lne common, _EU bld; .'., preferrcd, SO bld.
COTTON~MARKETS.
NEW YORK. Mny 23.?Tl.o cotton market
-?.ia qulet. but stcad'.er lo-day and d.)?ed at
n net odvnnce of ttt5 polnta. Sales for the
0nv .nere Mtimatod nt nb .ut 17-.0O3 bnlei.
Tb.' nuonliiR wns nulr-t nt unchanifed price,
to an a-vanc. of I uolnt on ooverlng, wtucn
?ni pronmle.l by reports that h"twcen .'..OOil nnd
ieO-0 bales of the locnl ptock had bien Ue
bt'royed la a wnrnhouse nre on Monday nl_r!>t.
At lirHi ili~i" '_*_"_".'mo nj.prehenslon that th.B
cotton mlaht hnve been sold aaaln for dellv
.rv on May contracts, nnd that i>? de.tracilon
would embHrriiSH tbe short Jniorest, but mere
??_._ no Indication Of any _urli d-velopoients,
nnd Iho mnrket ease.-l off aoon after the call
ln retfoonne to a be_r!_h weather m?p a.i.l
eiisl-r rnble.. Some of tho local profetnlonalg
.ol'.l onltii benvlly in nn ovldent effort to catcli
StOD-lQH or-?r?. but after July had decllned
to 11 o-, nnd Octoher to 10.50 the mnrket waa
iteadiod bv coyerlpf.. and ln the afternoon de
l-eloped qiiiet at a Ilrm tono, owlng to a e?.
.nvoroblo weekly bureau report than expected.
The rlose wns wlthln a polnt or two of ihe
best and etendy on coevrlng nf ahnrts and a
blne freih buylnpr for Ipng acrount. Tho week
v hi.reau repoited D'at raln .??. needed ln
ho bell? tho influenco of thi, belng ...unler
ie.efl o S''nie extent by tho facl that rulns
wern shown on thls mornliin's mnp, w.thUha
foreca. cnlllng for further showers. Southern
ipot mnrket, were unchanged to >_c. ""*"?
Becelptfl nt tlio ports to-day were l-.!>._ ba.es
sgalnst 13.9- lasl year and 2..11. loat yW^ 1'0<
,_??, rereiots ut Now Oneans _...5 bales
sgalnst \.M W yenr. and nt Houston 3.S'._
balfi agalmt 0.91. laat year,
Cotton futures ateady. Prlcea ranged as
f0*'OW': Open. Hlgh. I-o-v. CImo.
Mhv .11.34 11.40
r<me .11-13 11-1*
u\v .II OS 11.16
August .'0-8- 10.90
Keotembor .lO.ftl 10.64
October .1063 10-0
November .10.r>8 1AM
Perember .10,M 10.00
Jnnunry .W M 10.04
THOMAS BRANCH & CO.
(Eatabllshed 1838.)
MKHll-KltS
New York Stock Exchange,
Now York Cottou Exclu._.__e.
Private Wires to
Principal Markets,
Investment Secur Itlesa
OFFICJAL ;<ANGli
By Tlie
SALES:
C-pen. I
100 Al.-itillt. Const Mne. com. 111 1
15.RV0 Ami.rle.in Sirfelters com.. I.Vj 1
37..O0 AnxjlgntT-ntrd Copper .... ltfi't T
l.W) Atnnir. Car nnd Fonndrv.. -II
Amer. Cnr und Foun., pfd ...
3'r) ArriMlcim Cottn-i Oll.... 3_ !
4M Arnerlcan Tobncori, pfd.... 1OTH 1
- Aiaoilcnn Can .
Arnerlcan C'.in, pfd.
4.100 _Amrr. I.oeomotlve, com.. W1^
Amer, I.ocomotlvc, pfd.
1,700 Amorlenn Sugar . Ma li
000 A_, T. and B. Fe, com... mk '
V_ A., T. und S. F?. pfd. 10.% V
l.r.00 BnllltrtOfO nnd Ohio. 107V. 1'
a.CCO Brniiklvn RnpM Trnnslt... *3
l.lio C-inaclL-in I'neiric . 189% 11
Ew.C-i-_Mpe__.to and ohld. f>C;''- ;
600 C'hle.igo Urent Western... 1!"<i 1
".SO*) Clilciigo. Mll. nml St. Paul lWVj 1
2.000 Colorado Fuel nnd Iron... 4_*.i
tOO Colorndo South,, cotn. _S3&?
COjOrfldO South., 1st pfd.
2.0 Colorado Bouth., 2<1 pfd... 47.4
Clev.. Cin.. Chl. and St. U ... .
?M Cnnsolldiiled Oas . 13S*1i j:
5..00 tielnwaro nnd Hudson.811 2
1.203 liC'l.. Lrtok, nnd Western.. 640 5!
47,200 Erle, com. 44
e/! J'.ile. Jst pfd. 78.4 7
2.yi0 Erlo, _d pfd. C9V0 (
lC.i Clerier.il Electric . 169 1<
700 (Jroit N'orthorn, pfd. 901.4 *
7on llllnols Contrnl . 174V4 174'
G00 1-oiilsvlllo nnd Kashvlllo.. 144% B
200 Manhattan .152 1
Metro.-Street Rallway.
1.000 Mexlcan Centrnl . 22%
1,600 Mo., Kan. and Tex.. com.. 34'4 :
U. B. refundlng 2s, registered. Wi*
U. 8. refundlng 2?, coupon.'..10JV
t". S. Ss, registered. I"-*
V. 6. ti. coupon ,. i*.?
I_*. S..OId ti. refflatercd.- '0*<V
V, fi.'OM 4s, coupon. iu-V
f! H. New te, reglsterod.12V
t*. S. New <s. coupon. U'}'
American Tobacco 4n. '?/
American Tobacco fl?. '*'
Atctjliwn gcneral 4s. w
Atchlton adlintment <s. ?"
Atlantlc Oo?*t IJne .i. ??***
Baltlmore nnd Ohlo 4*. lfl-'J
H_.lt-_i_.j_-6 and Ohlo i%?. *?]?
Brooklyn Raplfl TranHlt conv. u. ""V
Central of Georgla fts. "jV
C'cntrnl of O-irpla lst Inc. fiV
Central nf Georgla 2d Inc. J?
Centrnl of G?orAla 8d Inc.y. ?
diesapcake and Ohlo H4?.??. W*.
C_il_-i_-i_ _u_d Alton 3l?_s. ?f
i.-hlens_o, B. nnd Qulncy new 4i. l?.
Chicago, R, I. anrt Pa*. li. XX. 4a.? Jjl?
Spot cotton closed qulet; ml.dllng uplands
11.001 middllng rulf, 12.161 ssl<**>. 200 l"11*"'
Cotton. qulet; mlddllDg. lL?i grosa receipt..
CCil bnlei; fc&les, 2<>S bale*; atock. ltO.W bale.
Total to-day a: all ports-Net recelpts, !..-??
bale..; export to the Oontlnent, 2O0 balea; atock
r.2-.''33 hnlei".
Consi-lldatod at oll ports-Net recelpts. 3S..-V
bale.; export to Oreat Brltaln. 6.-20 bales; ti
the Contlnent, JO.Otti b.ilce.
Totnl ?ln_? September lst nt all ports?.Nt*
rec.iptt. 7,354,Wl bales; export to Oreat Hritam
2.MS..05 balea; io FratU-S, C41.8S5 bales; to th>
Contlnent, 2.3|2..3_ bales; to Japan. 11S.S7:
bales; to M*j;l_-_. 2.104 balea.
NEW OR._EA.NS.' May _2.-COTTON--Spo
c-.tton waa qulet tr-day. Sales were *0 bale.
spbtj an.l 80 to arrlve. a total of 1.J00 bal<*
?>/> Xalct were aellverea on cwntrnc-S. QirMtft
tlons were re.luced 1-lCc; middllnK Is nw XX\e
Futures opened quieU 1 polnt hlgher to
p.lnt lower than vesterdays' cloKlng interea
!n the July poaitlon ?-na qulckened by heav;
l.uylnu around 11.23.' Durlng the dilj- sh-irti
covered frceiy and drove prlces .up On them
aelvt'J. At the close the tone mu ateady ani
the llal showed a net advance for the day o
320 polnta. '. _
Cotton futures doaed: May, 111!; June
11.V1; July. 11.31; August. 10.M; September
1.005; Octobor. 10.60; November. M.DO; Decem
bvr, 10.50. _
NEW VORK PRODUCE MARKET.
NE*.V VOHK. ilay 22.-FI_OUn-Sleady.rty
mnur-Tlrm. Cornmeal-ftteadr. Rye?Duil
Rarley?DulL - ?, .
Wheat?Uareljr ateady; No. l^red. 83c. noml
na! clevator. Optlona ateady at 1491VIC. ne
decline. Way. soy/:.; July, S_'/.c.; September
liirn?Ea?>': 'Ko . ~t.: 'STc. "rKmTfnal;* "elVvilbi
Opttons \-it1v;c. net lower. Mny. WXc.; July
W,c; September. W/_c.; Uocomber. JP__c
Oais?Quoted at 3_g3SV_o.
Berf-^jteady. Cut Meata?Steady. Larii
Stcadv; Western .prlme. t_.7S; reflned, atoady
Pork?Steadr. Tnllow?Qulet- Roaln-'FIrm a
Mi__VS4.1i. Turpentln*?Flrm nt WCemc
Rlce?Flrm. Mol__Bsea?Flrm- Coffee? Hpo
R|_ dteady; mlld. qule*.. Futures duli ani
unchanged to ? polnta hifther. Sugaj?Raw
??>?dv; falr reflnlng. 2 28-32.K 16-1?c; cenlrl
fusal.' il_-W'K?.; molaaaes augnr, 2 il-m
?11-1-c; rellned. ateady.
Butter?Faay. Chccse?Flrm: new, Btate. rui
cream. large and amnll, niQlOHc. EBga
Peanu's?Easy. fancy hanrtptcked. ihbQHILc.
Btfcer domestlc. _r_|4Wc. Frelghta-Qulei. c^t
ton-By steam. 15c.; graln by "teatti. lVic. fo
[at,M.__.Eas}-; Mnlni., per bag, ?2.15*f_._<.. Cab
?aj.ea?Qulet nnd unchanged.
njttonse*d Oll?Steady lo ftrm wlth a mod
orate trado. Prlme exuda. f. o. b. mllls. 31c
nomlnal; nummor yellow. 8_-.838.-C.; pnm<
white, tlc.
CHICAGO, May 22.?Indlcationa -of a breal
ln drouth conditions In tbe Souttiweet hnd ;
we-akening nfle_-t to-day on the local when
market Flne.! q,_otatlon_! of the July optloi
were" down 4ic. Corn was off hi_%c. Ont:
showed a loaa of KCic. Provtalona were o%
7V_c. lower.
Tlie leadlng W?'?"^"1^" <&,.
^AT~No:..1.... W* WH * B5
july . . Mt BK *% U
Sept. . 82 ? -^K ?
,'?^Va^.N.<:?..^:. <??-. m ?* ?
jul, . iSVi 45Vi <7S 47*
Sept. .:......:.... 48.. i%h 47Vi 17*
0MnT"N0'..-'.. SIH "*?? M^ M*
sept. ............. mi ?vi m 3i*
W5Sf P?.R^:.Per..U.60 U.60 . 1S.60 ?.W
julv .15.78 15.76 15.-0 16.65
S?pt.li.fl. 15.47H 16.45 ?.-6
LMayn~P".."' MO S-50 I.S0 S.50
July ..... a.ti. 8.MV. 6.67M B.6U
e"pt ...::. S.77H 8-77H 8J2VJ 8.T2M
SHOHT B1BS?Per 100 Itn,
Mny. 8.96 J.95 8.95_ 6?_
jUTt. ;'?'. 9.07*4 ..07", 9.00 V.tUV.
Sept ....... l.K. 8.0211 0.02V? 8.97.4 U.WVl
Cash quotntlons were o? fullowe: FJou**
Plrm. No. 2 .prlng wheat. 8SO&6C,: No. a, JOil
Uc ? No. 2 rod. KOffOJc No. 2 corn. ..Vifl-MVic
S*o"2 yellow. *99i'S<''Oc. No. 2 oats. 33Zc; No
'Whlte, a.i.fl'K-*. No. 8 whlte, 33V_-ff'3?\_iC. NP
! rye' 6-c ; good feoding barley, ?_r_f43c.; q_ti
;0 cholco inalllng. 4?fl?8c. No. 1 fln?ee^ U.OU
S-o. 1 northweatern. .1-1414. Clover. contiac'
?rmle .11 _S. Short rlbs aldoa (loose), JS.WJ)
|.C0i mess pork, per barrel. *[email protected]; lard
;,er 100 pounds. ?S.52*-i; short clear sldes (box.
?d) J9._i>ii?.80. Whiskoy, baala of high wlnea
il ]8 Butter?Steady; creamerlea, 13Vji?lSV_c,
liiiVic-, lS-fflVc. I__rB??Steady al marfc, cueei
ncludod. 14^14-40.! nrtta. U'.ic; prlme fUau
l5Hc; cxtrai, iSc. Clicose?Steady at Stt&l-O
RICHMOND GRAIN MARKET
Rlchmond, Va, Mny VI, 1904.
QUOTATION3.
No. 2 red (car lotal..? W ?".
No. 3 red (car lota). <ti W
Steamor (civr lota). ? J?
Rajoctod (car lot?). 75 & ti
Virjlnla (bug lota).,. S_ it it
"So\ t whlte (car lots). O ?
No. 3 whlto (car lota). <f W
No. 2 mlxed (car lota). W ?^V
No. 3 mlxed (cnr ]ota). 4J w
VlrBlnla (bag lota). ? ?l
' No. 2 mlxed (car lots). <G_ S
No. 3 mlxed (car lots). ? j?*
No. 2 whlte (car lota). W f
No. 8 whlto (car lota). <9 ?
No. ! (car lots). ? 9 '?,
Virginia (br_g lota). 67 tf i<
CArfi.-M MARKETS.
CHIO-W30, May 22.-CATTI-E-Re-_elpts, _.??
head. Mnrket steady. Common to Prlnia"'6,''';"
ii_Ma0 cows, JS.25(_jO.OO; helfera, ?2.7D(ff5.35
f .rle'rs V. 7Mfi.OO. OllBJ-?'>'-''lPW. 1S.0M heftU
' ;fT Cholcu to prlme, heavy, J..S7V.
?? 12V-; Smw ?ood. heavy. HWMMM
butche.-.' welghu. f?.87V.?'5 43_i; good tfi cholce
,_:?_... r_.i?i.,l*_?2._'il<.37i,i; pack ng. J0W6.31VI
Rhem*.l-Rece 1H?> xIIm head. Market: Sheep
yeorlln'ga? We-O.60; lambs. H?tt7.*.
I>TBW -i-ORK, to&Y 22.-BEBVES-Recclpt-i
7_fEhell, nll cins.giied dlrvct t, ????"???
SounJ for U. Iva ?l'l??- Cnlves-Recoipts. nono
11.417 fio-ul, Murhet eijsler; MUVMI14 nim li
Klnlui lunibs by tlie heud, Mfoiil-O. 1H?
Hecelpta. 1,21. imad. all fo.- alaugnterers, ex
capt a fewv|ie?d' No aalea .eportod.
MTSCELlTANEOUt- MARKETS.
I.RY OOODS MARKBT.
PETHRSBURO PEANUT MAR^CET.
PETERSBURO. VA.. M?_* 18.-PBANUSA.
AND SALE OFSTO
>mas Branch _. tV... Bankers and
Old. Aaltctt. gAt.KS:
rt-th. kow. Cloalnff. j
1. 144 .143 HI _ort Mn., Knn. nnd
.._ ir_iVi lMW ifi4 d <__ Mt. _ftiifl I'ncin
11 ,?H 40% 41 _,? Norfolk nn.l \.
. IM 1"2 ,,0W N. y., Ont. nn
32 32 31i/2 32 .1 i.imi N,?-thern Pucll
03'/_ 10JI/4 lOR'i llflVii 29,Kifi ponti. ylvfinl. 1
. 7% 8 I ax. I'pople'a Ch.fi (i
. f.2 ? 63 J t/ys Pr6__.d Steel
7?.{, CS.. ,C8? l-|1- I'reM.. Rteel i
. Ill'.i Ho | l.flro Itep'.ililic 1. nm
K.4 134}_ 134% 1* I 3,100 He_.UI_._e I nn?
mrt W* 8tti **H i26,600 r.e.tdlnif. com.
m, io?<i io: icc-i 20, ntaditiff, lat pi
T7?j Hi7 VC 107U 2f0 RoitiiiiKf, 2.1 pf.
ra'.ii MVi 1*1% Pj* 1,300 tlook lalnnd. t
iDfi 1OT 150 1S8U wn imelt Jalan.I, p
r**!i &.??% OMt f*% ifOO.SIOM..
0'4 18!i 1S"? 10 | RIokh, pf.1..
Wli lWI'. 1fi7?i 1CS I 1..-.0O Boiilhotn T'rieli
TO 4pa.I 4f?',i 49% 2,9)0 Southern Rnllv
!3>_ 33U MVi 3-1V4 lOO^oiitliern Itnllv
Bcnh'uur] Alr I
Senlinnrd Alr 1
Be.ihonr.l Alr 1
1,100 Tenneaaec Con
200 Toxna Pnclflc
100 Unlted fitntcH
M% '43% 44V_ 441,4' If. S. Ruhher,
VA 7?% 7SV'j 70 | 1*. 8. Kiihhnr,
'.07/4 65% fif.% KW 3i,ym Unlon Paclflc
57 "lfii 1C7 168W 9,tno Unlted Btntea
f> &,i\i 300ai 301H 2,700 Unltod Stntea
Vt 1TZ% 173'.', li<i%. 100 Vn.-Car. Chen
14% U4'4, 148?i 144 I Vn.-Cnr. Chon
K lf,2 101 lft3 tVnbnah, com..
. 112 113 200 Wnbnsh. pM..
22% 22<4 2% Wi weatern t'niot
84% 31 34V4 34% Total anlea,
CLOSING BOND QUOTATION
Chicago, R. 1. nnd P.ic. n. R. col. 6?. *JV4
C. C, C. and fe't. Loula gtn. 4a. 104
Colorado Indt.etrl.il &*. etrlea A. _>A
Colorado Induatrlal Ga, aerlea 11. J]w
Colorado Mldland 4*. JJ
Colorado and Bouthern 4?. ??k
Cuba ta. ?
Denver and Wo orando 4a. "J"
Dtatllleril' Bwurltlea B?.E. %JJM
Erle prlor Hen 4s.
fiOifc 70
l'l/j 47 47 4S
. IB 118
??% 13Si/_ IM Ui
15 211 212 213
'jO (40 :>r, 549
Krl- O ~ner.il I.i ... . W?l
Hocklng Valloy 4H?.
.Jnpan 6s. "JS
t 1 Jupan G*. M aorlea. ??7?
i. Jnpnn 4H?. jj?
iijapiui 4s. certMratea. ?
4 (Japan 4Vja certll1cate? 2d eerlej. ?.'?
i I Iy)iil?vll)e and >i??h. Uninod U. ??
- ; Mnnhattan con?nl gold 4?. "Sin
Mexlcan Central 4?. ???
Mexlcnn Central l?t Inc. ?'
Mlnn. nnd Bt. I/miI? 4s.,. w
Mlaaourl. Kinaaj and TOxHJ 4a. l?*V.
MlNiourt. Kanwu and Texae Ma. ?
Natlonal n. R. of Mexlco con. 4s. 8^4
Ppanliih-SUrlcet Arm at $1.07)4 per buah?';
Vlrglnla^-Market flrm atlWc for fancy atock!
machlne plcked at HiQCttc; ihellmu atock.
H4ffJe.
DRV GOODS MARKBT.
KHff l'OJUC. May S2.-The dry gooda trade
to-day waa ateady wlth a little better demalld
rtported for .tnple prodnct.. The export trade
to Chlna wu dull and cotton yam? were not
nn atrong as a couple of wcek? ago.
NAVAL STORES.
WlbMI.VGTQN. N- C. May 22.-81'IRlT8
TfBPBNTINE?Flrm ot b?*Ac.; rccelpta, 4fl
caika. Roaln-Nt.thlng dolng; recelpta. 265 bar
rela. Tar-FIrm at *1.K0; recelpta, a barTem.
On.de Turpcnrtne?Flrmi: hand. ?2.?; dlp,
1160; vlrgln. 16.00; racelpt., 190 barTOta.
flAVAN'NAH. GA_. May ?:.-TURPENTIMS
Flrm at 57c: tale*. 1.423 ca*k?: recelpta. 1.WS
i cneka; ahlpmenta. 2?4 caika. Ronln?Flrm;
oalei, LM0 barreli; recelpta. S.971 barrela; iliip
n-enta, 1.473 barrela; atock, M.Stt barrel*.
CHARLESTON. 8. C. May 22.-TURFEN
T1NE AND ROSTN?Nothlng dolng.
MARIXB IXTEIjMGKXOK.
PORT OF RICHMOND, MAT 2!, lHOa.
ARRIVED.
Bteamer Berkeley. Shelly. Norfolk. merctum
dlae and paBaengera, Old Domlnlon llne.
Steamer Pocahontaa. Oa.ve?, Norfolk and
Jamea Rlror landing*. merehandiae and paa
aangera. Virglnla Navlgatlnn OomDan>%
Schooner loulae Flelda, Rappahannock. corn,
Warner "Mooro and Company.
SAILED.
Steamer Borfceley. Shelly, Norfolk. marchan
dlae and pnaaengera. Old Domlnlon llne.
Schooner W. C. Klrwan, Slmpklna, Potomnc
Rlver. llght. __ , _.
Barge Hharon Hlll. Bnttcrby, Bermuda- Hun?
dreds, rallroad tle?.
PORT OF WEST POINT, MAT 22, 100?.
JLRRIVEU
Stoamahip Chsrlotte, Murphy. Baltimore, paa
aengera and general cargo. \
SAILED \
Steamahlp Chariotte, Murphy. Baltimore, pas
?engers and "genoral cargo.
SPRINKLING HELPS
THE PUBLIC HEALTH
Members Laboring Earnestly to
Give the People Needed
Relief.
There Ia a growing sentiment ln tho
Council an<J tlie Committee on Health
In favor of street aprtnkllng on a much
more extended acale, nnd lt la yet ex?
pected by thoao behind It to bring forth
reaulta.
Councllman John F. $on Lenvy haa
a reaolutlon pendlng befci^i the Commltteo
on Health looking to thla end, and lt pro
poaea a llberal appropriatlon for clty
sprinkling. There is another paper pend?
lng, .requlrlng tbe atreet railway com?
panles to do a greater nmpant of aprlnk.
Ung along their tracks, nnd out of lt nll
lomo enrly and tanglblo understandlng
la expected.
Mombera who favor Btreet sprinkling
on a larger acalo dec aro that lt has now
become a public necesslty, ln order to
protect the public health, to any nothlng
of the comfort of tho peoplo,
Tho matter wlll come boforo the next
meeting of tho Health Committee.
TO HAVE MASS MEETING
Citizens of Henrico to Meet in
East Richmond.
Dr. G. T. Colllns, of Highland Sprlngs,
proaldont of Honrlco County Improve?
nient Asaoclation yeaterday issued a call
for a moSB-meetlllg to be held in the Sun?
dny 8chool hall ln East Richmond to
morrow nlght, Thursdny, nt 8 o'clock. Tho
questions to be dlacuased are oapeclally
Interesting to all resldents of Henrico
county, and lt ls underatood that tho
maln toplc to be taken wlll be tho recent
tranafer of tho Fulton Pnrk proporty to
nogroes.
Leaf Tobacco Market.
Thore wero three arnall breaks yeaterday at
Shockoo, Btonewall and Sholburne'a wnrohoiissa,
Tho total oaloa were about 60,000 pounda of
aun-cureU laat tobacco. Tha markot ,waa very
flrm and all feooda offered woro taken at out
alde' flgurca. Some plles aold oa hlgh aa fM.
and a number went abova the twcnty-dollar
mark . Owlng to the dry weather tlie ware
housc'mon dr. not look for any goo.1 rocelpts
tho balanco of the woek, and tlie breaks, lf
any thore be, wlll be vory llght.
STOCK BROKERS.
GEO. T. KING & CO..
U04V4 B. Maln Bt, RJchmomJ, Va.
STOCKS, COTTON AND QRAIN.
Fraotlohal Lota a Speolnlty.
Close Attontlon to Out-of?Town Acoountt.
PRIVATE WIRE8.
NEW YORK, CHICAQO, NEW ORI_CAN8
Weatern Unlon Branch in our olfjeo,
Stock Tlckar In Customer'a Room,
-Meiubera
Richmond Graln and Cotton Exchange.
Strnngers vlsitlng tho clty aro lnvltnl
to make our offlco thelr headquart&rg and
UAve tsoil voA -wlxti* g?a( ta our car*,
CKS IN NEW YORK
Brokerp,
Bld. Anlteil.
Open. lllfth. t-ow. ciosltu..
;r**-p<?- !W g!f At & Sl
. 70%
tr.H. 139%
?cutrrn. ?8%
_?H
1d . 105
Wi 7'i "'l1*
M 140
204 204'/,
C_11l.-ai_._J.... 82-11 ?g Mft ?},, :''?,.'
Cnr. 61% S'H 61Vfe nJM "*?
__.">/<_il? ifVi t'-'i-j. 102U.. loaiS
1 8" ' : : 82U itt? 181"-*. i?n fjffi
,. <2.i Mv! W(4 92 S'2V_
II'*''. V*. '** S..7* fti _VM/ Illl
91 ?* 94 M Mi. 94 V
_z
:'ihi. ITi.i 25% 2-> jg ?}_4
?.? ?j & ,?_ $ S
. . no uo
li,", .lyi B..-4 *4*4 94% G4W
?nv'cotr.'. 83 HU ?? ??'% 8$
.ny pfd..!. 6914 ?% 9?%, gpi ?fi
.Inc lst pfd ..
Llno. 2(1 pfd ..
?l!ic, com.
1 ancl Iron. 146 147V4 144% 147% 14S
. 81% 81% 81% 31% 1114
.lublinr. GOVi MV. 60.J W (6PJrj
l?t pM. ? Hffl
IHJ
co
28 80
"'".'.' 14X-1', il9v. l?_i 148VS 14W,
Htnel.... 40% 40% 40M, 40% 40%
Steel. ptd.. 106% 10S# lf-"'1.- 10?% 106%
HOttf, com.. 41 41 41 41 41%
llctll, pfd. ;JJ* i*%
. ,,. ... .*'.*--'_ _u
.'.'.'. . 4fi'4 40% 40% -j?1% 46%
92%
453.100 sharoB.
s.
I New Torll Central gen. 3V4s. ??V_
New Jersey Centrnl gen . 6S. 127
Northern Pacinc 4s..'. W?W
I Northern Pacinc 2s. MJ4
I Norfolk and Weatern con. 4.. 100
I Oregnn Staftrt LlliO refundlng 4s. mir.
Pennsylvania conv, 3'_4a. WH
I Reading Ocnet-al .a. IVu'A
? Bt. Louls and Iron Mountain on. in.llOVi
ISt. Louls nnd Han FYar-Claco fg. la. 88
I Bt, I.ouls Houth western con. _s. 1S0
? Seaboard Alr Line 4?....'.. 87JK
: Southern Paelflc 4?. MVs
1 Southern I'acMc lst 4a oertinnatcB. t><%
[Southern Rnllwny fla. U7?i
Tc'xfta nnd Pacinc lffts. l_"_.i
! Tolodo, Bt. L. nnd Western 4s (offered).... 81 .i
Unlon Paelflc 4s. HHIi
' United Stntes Bteol t& ba. 84
i TVabaah 1_<ts. 114
WabMh Deb. Ba. (_.i
?Woatern Md. 4s._~. '<
| Wheellng nnd LaUe Erle 4s. _*
I tViaconsln Centrnl 4s. ?2
IM. and O. Collnteral Truat ,4s. 95
IF FELLOW
Virginia Conference of Charities
and Corrections in
Petersburg.
WARM WELCOME SPEECHES
Mr. John M. Higgins, of Rich?
mond, Responds-"Many Ladies
Were Present.
(Special to The Tlmes-Dlspatch).
FBTl_.RSBr.I-O, VA., May 22.?A Inrge
attendnnce, good specches ancl a. great
Interest characterized the openlng: ses?
sion of the flfth annual meeting of the
Vlrglnla Conference'"..o... Charities and
Correctlon at A. P... Hlfl Catnp Hall to
nlght. .
Rev. Dr. J. M. Pllcher. of Peters?
burg, presldent of the conference, pro
sided and Introduced Mnyor Wllliam 11.
Jones, who mnde a courteoiiH nddress of
welcome.'
Lassiter's Address.
Stato Senator Charles T. Lasslter nlso
welcomed the conference ln the follow?
lng speech;
Mr. PreBldent, Ladies and Gentlemen:
From tlie Introductlon to the published
proceedlngs of your fourth annual ses?
slon hold at Norfolk two years ago, I
learn that the conference has no offlclal
connection wlth any Instltutlon, religious
denomlnntion or other organlzatlon, but
is an independent organlzatlon, undor
the direction of representatives of the
varlous charltable, penal and reforma
tory institutions, benevolent socletles nnd
workers In the fields of charlty and
correctlon throughout the State. And
further, that?
The purposo of the conferenco are to
educato tlie public mlnd to a proper
conception of tho needs of the indlgent
and dellnquent classes; to encourago a
huninne and phlluntliropic splrlt; to
create and foster a deeper and moro
general Interest ln charlty and reforma
tory work; to procure dats regardlng tho
condition of the unfortunnto clnsBea, viz;
the destltute, tho homelesa and neglected,
tho feeble-minded. idlots, the lnsane,
epileptics, tho waywnrd, the criminal, 4c,
and to study the'"1.est methods of rellof
nnd correctlon; to dlscuas and solve the
vnrlous problems involved in pauperlsm,
degeneracy, vagrancy, and crlmlnology;
and to Impress upon the peoplo the ad
vnntage of organlzatlon ln charltable
and correctlonnl efforts.
Abou Ben Adhem.
Upon rendlng this nohle cleolaratlon of
prlnclploB thore came Into my mlnd, ns
presentlng a pen-plcture of the author of
these sontlments, tliat fninous little poem
of Lolgh Hunts:
"Abou Ben Adhem,?may hls trlbo in?
crease?
Awoke one night from a sweet drenm of
peace,
And saw, within tho moonllght in hls
room,
Making lt rich, and llke a llly ln bloom,
An angcl, wrltlng ln a boo.t of gold,
Bxceedlng peace had mado Ben Adhem
bold,
And to tho Presenco in the room ho sald,
'What wrltest thou?' The vislou ralsod
Its head,
And wlth a look mndo nll of sweet nccord,
Answered, "The namea of those who love
the Lord.'
'And ls mlno one?' sald Abou, 'Nay, not
eo,'
Replied tho angel. Abou spoko more low,
But clieerily stlll; and snld, 'I pray thee,
then,
Wrlto tno ub one tliat loves hls fellow
men.'
The angel wroto nnd vanlshed. The next
night
lt camo agaln, wlth a great wnkenlng
llght.
And showe.i tlie names whom love of O-od
hacl blessM;
And lo! Ben Ailheiu's name led all tho
rest."
Taking it for grnnted that tho author
of your declHriitlon of princlples has
falthfully served to voleo your sentlinents,
I rordlally welcome you to the Cockado
Clty of tho Unlon, and "may your tribe
incrense."
Not in Vain.
In tha brlef tlmo allotted io un ad?
dress of thls chiirnctor from my expe?
rlence as ?? nienihor of tho Clenernl As
Bi-iuiilv of Vlrglnla. I deiilre to bear tes?
tlmony to tho fnct thut your lnboiB havo
r.ot been ln valn.
In great part ou account of your efforts
Iind of the labors in season and out of
iiensop of your lionored treasurer, tho
Iweglfllnturo uf lOtXJ created, as a l/ruuuh
of the Wostorn Stnte Hospital, a hos?
pital Xor tho wlilto Insano eplleptlce pt
FINAf
f HE^STATE BA1
RICHMO
Depoaltory for tha Funds of the Comm.
nichr
CAPI'fAL, $500,000.00.
UNDIVIDED PR
DIREC
Alexnnder Cameron, Ornnvllln O.
John 8. Ellett, Jnmos D, Cr
Joseph M. Fottrqurean, J. L, Antrlm
OFFH
John S. Ellett, Prcaldont.
Jullen II. IIHI.
Thla Bnnk offers patrona every modcrr
nnd Safe Deposlt departincnta. Inqulrlea
be checrfully rcapondod to.
Mifier i
100 Brosdway, New York BROK]
Branch Office, 1108 East TS
E. L. RODEN, Manager
MEME
NEW YORK BTOCK EXCHANOE Cl
KW YORK COTTON EXCHANOE Nl
NEW YORK COITEE EXCHANOE P
ASSOCIATE JTEM^ERfl LIVER1
Private Wires to New York, Chi
the State. Many of you know how long
drnwn-out mid, nt tlmes, sccmlngly hope
less wns tho struggle to enact Into Inw
the Idea for the better cara of eptteptlca,
whlch wna concelvcd In the mlnds of
aune of your members. The fact that
thls grent chnrity hna ben created, prnc
tlcnlly wlthout serloua opposition on the
pnrt of the member* of the present T.eg
lalature, la a magnificent trlbtite to thc
educational work alroady accompHshed
by the Virginia Conference of Charities
and Correctlon.
Vagrant Law.
The former Legisluture (1904) enacted
the vagrant law. whlch waa halled hy
your then president aa a step whlch
promlaed good results ln thc care of the
wnywnrd and criminal claaaes. The Bcg
lstature of 1906, reallzlng that an idle
braln ls the devll'a workHhop nnd ap
preMatlng the fnct that the Jnlls of the
Btnte, fo far from belng Ogencles of re?
form, hnvo hcrctoforo toO often proved
schools for crime. onncted a law to glvo
omployment to nll Idle prlaon.era ln tho ;
Jnlls of the Btate. prlmnrlly In the In?
terest of the prlwnerr. themselves. and
secondnrlly for the improvement of lllB
public hlghwnys. In addition to thls.
there wns cvincod n kecner appreclatlon
of the fnct that Insanlty la n dlseaae.
nnd, consoquently, the I./>glnlature gave
more llbernlly in support of our great
hospltala for the enre or the Insnne. Altl
was alao cxtended to the wnywnrd girlB
nnd to the negro denf, dumb and blipd.
Never In the hlstory of the Stnte ha*
the Leglslatnre been so generous to al!
of our Instltutiona of education, nor
have the primnry whoola ever had so
mnny and such Influential frlends in
both brnnches of the General Asncmbty.
These,'ladies and gentiemen, nre some
of the frults of your labors, nnd, whlle I
congratulate you most heartlly upon what
has been n.ceompllshed. I would be dere
dlct to my duty dld I not remind you
that much remains to ho done.
TubercuHosis.
An earnest attempt was made to enact
a law for the creatlon of a tubbreulos'.s
commlsslon, -whlch carriecl a small appro?
priatlon. Thls bill passed the Senate,
but failed to securo the approval of tho
'.'watch dogs of the treaaury" in the
House of Delegates. Probably there la
no class of sufferers In the communlty
so numerous, ao helplesa, and, at the
same tlme, so neglected. The spread
of consumptlon has been called the
grent whlte plngue, and yet we are told
by those. beat Informed on thla subject
thnt consumptlon ls a preventable dis?
ease. and that It only remalna for the
State to glve the necessary aid In order
to apply tlie wcll-establlahcd prlnclples
of preventlvo mpdlclne.
In addition to the care and treatment
of consumptlves, your nttentlon should
be dlrected ln the future, aa It has been
In the past, to the care of the foeble
nilnded and of he sane eplleptlca, whllo
the management of our public- Instltu
tlons?almshouses, Jnlls, penltentlary nnd
Insane hospltala?should recelve your
watchful, lf unofflclal, attentlon. For,
ln order to secure "the best methoda of
rellef and correctlon," It will be woll
for us to remember thnt eternal vlgllanco
Is the prlce of liberty.
Ladies and gentiemen, the work of thls
conference la fouhded upon that senti?
ment whlch Hehry I>rummond called
'The Grentest Thing In the World." So
long as the Conwinwealth can rely upon
your love and self-sucrlflee, so long wlj)
tho repUbllc take no harm, but Remem?
ber?
"The nlght has a thousand eyes,
And the day but ono;
Yet the llght of the whole world dles
Wlth the settlng sun.
"Tho mlnd haa a thouaand eyea,
And tho heart but ono;
But tho llght of a brlght life dles
When I.ovo la done."
Mr. Higgins Replies.
John M. Hlgglna, of Rlohmond, re?
sponded In cordlnl terma to Petoraburg's
welbomo nnd pnld hlgh trlhutes to her
hospltallty.
Dr. Pllcher's reaponae referred to tlio
good work of the clty'a mnny charltable
socletlea nnd suggested the formatlon ol
an orgnnlzatlon to be called tho "Aa
Bocinted Chnrltlea of Peteraburg,"
President Pllcher'a nnnual addresa pald
hlgh trlbutea to tho character and aer
vicea of tlio former president, tlio lato
Cnjftaln C. E. Vawter. cxplnlned the
purposes and work o'm thn conferonco,
aa se* forth In the constltution nnd by
laws, rolewed leglalature work for
thoso objocta, nnd cspeclnlly roferred
to the conference'a recommendntlons for
tho estnhllsliinont of a State board uf
charities, of a homo for frlondless and
wnywnrd girls, whlch haa boon aucceas
fully started, nnd for tho foundntlon of
an Instltutlon for erlppled chlldren.
A Historic Gavel.
Pr. Pllehnr presented thn conference
'wlth a gnvol mndo from tho wood of tho
troo at Appnninttox Courtliouse undor
whlch Genernl Lee rond hls farewell nd?
dress.
Ocnrsro Ih Davla, of Blchmond, secre
tnry of tho conferonco, mndo a brief
speech, rnferrlng to Petersburg ns tho
"Homo of tho Vlnglnla Conference,"
whom Ita orgnnlzatlon wna effectecl largo?
ly by tho Rfforta of Dr. W. F. Prewry,
thc present treasurer.
The sesslon wn? opened wlth prayer hy
Rov Or. Foster, nnd elosed wlth the bon
e.llction by Rev. Dr. W. C. Tnylor.
A largo number of Indles' woro prea*
ont, nml a reception to membera and dolo
giit'ea wua held nftor ndjournment.
9 '
Literary Entertalnment Friday
An Interesting entertnliiiiiont hns been
..irrmiged fnr nexl Friday ovening ut 8:15
o'clock ln the purlnrs of tho Socond Bnp?
tlst Church, A.hiins and Frunklln Streets.
Jn luldltlo nto v. rnualcal programnio und
a refreahnient atrvlce, Profeaaor Metcalf,
of Klchmond Colh.ge, wlll rend a moat
ontertulnlng puper cntltled "An Evenititf
Wlth lirownlng."
Dr. MetCBlf llft8 rettd 1)e'oro soveral of
tho lUehnioiul clubs and socletlea alnco
ho hns heen horo, nnd ln every In
Blunco has charmod und delighted hU
rciAL.
SIK OF VIRGINIA
ND, VA,
nwcnlth of Vlrglnln and tho Clty of
lond.
SURPLU9, $250,000.00.
3FITS, $35,000.00,
TORS.
Valentlne, A. R. Klleraon,
imp, Horiico B. Hawoa,
Wm. M. Hlll.
1ER9.
Wm. M, lllll, Caahlcr.
Aast. Cashler.
fnclllty ln Ua Banking, Forelgn Exchange
relntlvo to any of theeo departtnents wlll
2RS, 82' Cravler St, Now Orleana
lain Street, Richmond, Va.
PHONES 4522 and 601
ER3
ICAOO BOARD OF TRADE
W ORLEANS COTTON EXCHANOE
HIjADBLPHIA STOCK EXCHANQB
?OOL COTTON ASSOCIATION
:ago and New Orleans.
TRAVELLER8, IM-PORTERS AND
EXPORTERS
wlll save monoy by conaultlng
Flrst Natlonal Bank,
RICHMOND,' *"
before buylng or selllng
FORBIQM EXCHANQE.''
The Bank ol Commerce & Trusts
Tenth ond Maln Strecta,
Sollclta Accounta of Flrma, Indlvlduals
nnd Corporjtlona.
3 per cent. Interest Allowed on
Savings Deposlts.
Henry S.Hutzler&uo
BANKERS
IOI3 C.MAIN ST
ft.CMMOHOiVA.
SOLIC IT
YOUR
PATRONAGC.
FLOOR PAINTS
BEST REIDY-MIXED PAINTS,
Waxcne, /'oor Wax, Brushes, &c
TANNER PAINT t OIL CO,
Cow or Stock Peas
We are prepared to flll orders ln any quan
Uty for Black, Clay, Whlppoorwlll Mlxed. New
Era Peaa and Soja Beans. Sond your ordara
to headqtiartors for Peaa. ,
WAJLLERSTETN PRODUCE CO?
10-21 S. 13th Btreet.
Look at the
Patterns. Please,
f%
nnd you wlll flnd the neatcat and most
nttrnctlvo designs thnt hnvo beon shown
ln Wnll Papers ln many years. We hnve
n wonderful asaortment of new and
beautiful patterna, suitablo for Drawlng
and CHnlng Rooms, choorful and brlght
colors for Bod Rooms, Halls, otc.
R. B. Brauer,
120 East Broad.
Phone 1899.
hearora. Tho object of tho entertaln?
ment ls to enlurgo tho treasury of the
churcb building fund. lt wlll bo undor
tho nuaplces of ono of tho circloa of tho
ladies' organization.
Colonel Cabell HopefuL
Colonel Geo. C. Cabell, Jr., of Norfolk,
accompanled by Hon. Oeo. T. Snend, or
Prlnceaa Anno, nn.I several othor frleniia,
paased througa tha clty yesterday on thelr
way to attend tho Pylhlan meotlng at
Staunton, Colonel Cabell aald ho folt
much encourngod at hla prospents for
winning tho nomination for Congress In
the Sooond Distrlct, Dr. Sncad aald the
colonol wna atroiiK ln hls country.
Pickett Camp Invited.
Pickett Cnmp has boon Invlted to nt?
tend tho nioatlng at 1** Camp Hall Fri?
day nlKht. whon Colonol T. M. It. Tnl
cott wlll make an nrtdroaa.
Tho Pickett Vetorans wlll bo glven ro
aerverl seats.
Must Qualify To-day.
Ciindldates for Council and Board of
Aldermen have untll to-day .to notlfy
Clerk Christian, of tlio Huailnga Court,
ln ordor to get tholr names on tho offl?
clal ballot.
OCEAN 8TEAMER8.
ANCHOR LINE.
\ OCEAN STEAMER3.
QL.A6QOW ANU fcONDONDBRRV.
Salihuj from Now Vork overy Saturduy.
MnW TWIN SCltlDW STEAMKHII'S
"CA.I.BDONIA" ANU "Col.U.MHIA."
Average passatfu V-, days.
ANU FAVORITE dTKAMWIIll'S.
"ASTOR1A" AND "l'*lJItNi-:s.-ilA."
For ?ook of Tours and fur.tior intormation
apny to HENDERKON JIUi.TMlOHH. NPW
York; or ANPllEW WEUMl. ,",:.', E. Maln Bl ;
BAMUISL II, J'lOWMAN, IM3 E. Muln Ht., Hlcli?
inond.
6TEAMBOAT8,_
Merchants and Miners
Transportation Co.'s
Boaton, Maaa.. and P/0V(l_fQM| _B> JL*?
Steait.?re leave Norfolk f-r ??Wn Tu(?l? ,
Wednesduy, KYIduy un.i tfun.lay. For *TM
deno Monday, Tl.urs.lu>' and buturday ut 8
1*. m. Pwaeiweri ?n>l frelght ISkMi (or ull
New Hmtlmid Polnta. TKkets on sale ?' l-- unJ
O Rwy aiul N. and XV. H?y. Ortlccs. and
RMLR0A08.
R. r-4 _*_ I"** Rlchmond,
Tralns Leave Rlchmond? Norlhwnrd.
_:_5 A. M ?Dsiily?f-yr.l flt, Throimh.
.:? A. M.-I.atiy-Maln Bt. Through,
7:2_ A. M-Week I.inyB-Elba. AshlaWl A. l
oommodiitlnn.
9:40 A. M.-1-ally-Hyrd Bt, Through. Loo*
stops.
fi06 noon?Week Imys-Uyrd Bt, TJirmurh.
I;C0 T. M.-Week Duys-Iiyrd Ht. FrederlCIU
burg accominodntlon.
S.0_ P. M?Dally?Main Bt. Through.
1:30 P, M.?Week Dnys? Elba. Ashland no
commodatlon.
1:20 P. JI.?Dnlly?Byrd Bt. Through.
Tralns Arrlv>e Rlchmond?Southward.
i:4fl A. M.?Weok Daya?Elba. Aahlnnd aO
cominodntlon.
i:20 A. M.?Week Days?Hyrd St. Frederlck*
bUHff nc.icnnmodatlon.
1:33 A. M.?Dnlly?IJyrd flt. Througn.
UM A. M.?Weok Dnys?Hyrd Ht. Through
Local stops.
*:I4 P, M?Dally?Mnln St. Through.
?_l_ 1'. M.?Week Days?Elbtt. Ashland no
coninioilntlon,
*:1S P, M.--tislly-Hyrd St. Through.
);00 P, M.?Dnlly?llyrd St. Through. LoeaJ
alops.
)|S0 P. M.?Dnlly?Mnln St. Through.
NOTE?Pull man Sleeplng or Parlor Carg on
II nbove trnlns, except trnlns nrrlvlr.g Kicn?
ion.l 11 ;M A. M. woek daya, nnd local occom
i-.bitloris.
Time of arrlvnls nnd departures and connec
lona not gunranteed.
V. D. D1*K!_. C. W. CL'LP. W. P. TAYLOK,
.snt. to Prest. Oen'l. Supt. TreL Mgr.
Southern Railway
SCKEDULE IN EFFECT APKIL 10, 1D00. ?
TI.AIN.S I.EAVE RICHMOND.
7:00 A.'M?Dnlly?Local for Chnrlotlo, N. C.
2:30 P. M.?Dally?l.lnilted?Ruffet Pullman to
Athinta an.i Illrmlmrlinm. Now Orleans,
Memphts, c;-linttanooga nnd all tho Soutn,
ThPHigli conch for t:huae City, Oxford,
Durhnm nnd llalelgh.
_:0o P, M.?Ex, Bunday?K.yavlile I_oc.nl.
1:30 P. M.?Dally?Llmlted?Pullman rendy BlStO
P. M? for all the South.
YORK RIVER LINE.
4:30 P, M.? Except Sundny?No. 16?l-Alttmore
Llmlted.
2:15 P, M.?Except Bunday?No. 10?Locnl to
Weat Polnt.
4:45 A. M.?Except Sundny?N... 7t?Locnl to
West Polnt.
TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND.
B.-fiS A. M? 7:50 P, M.?From all the South.
3:35 P. M.?From Charlotte, Unlelsh, Durhnm,
Chnse Clty and Ixicnl Stntlons.
8:40 A. M.?Front Koysvlilo nnd Locnl Stntiona. ?
9:15 A. to.?N'o. 15?From Jialtlmoro nnd AV??t
Polnt.
0:4.5 A. M., No. 9. 5.15 P. M., No. 7.1?From
West Pnlnt nnd I_ocal Btntlona.
No. 15 and No. 16 stop Qulnton. Tur.stnlls,
Vhlte Houso nnd L.ster Minor.
;. W. WI-STl-t-RY. D. P. A., Rlchmond, Va.
S. H. HARDWICK, XV. H. TAYLOR,
P. T. M. O. P. A.
IX. B. SPBNCER, Oen'l. Mgr.,
Wethlngton, D. C.
Chesapeake & Ohio Ry.
Dlnclnnatl, Indlanapolls, 6t. Louls, Chica?
go, Louisville, Nashvllle, Memphls.
2:00 P. M. nnd 11:00 P. to. dnlly. /
Westbound Local Tralns:
7:3.) A. M. dnlly nnd 5:15 P. M. woolc daya.
Newport News, Norfolk and Old Polnt, ?
9:00 A. M, ond 4:00 P. M. dnlly.
Local for Newport News and Old Polnt,
7:3_ A. to. and 6:00 P. M. daily.
James Rlver- Line:
10:30 A. M. daily; 5:16 P. M. week d?. ~
Arrlve Malno Line from West: *7:_0 A. M.,
?8:80 A. M., -3:30 P. M.. ?7:46 P. M. _*"rom
Coat: n0:05 A. M.. -"lD-B A. M., TM P. M..
S:00 P. M. Jamea Rlver: ?*S:40 A. M? ?6;*?
*-. M. ("Datly; "Ex. Sunday.)_
ONLY ALL-RAIL LINE TO NORFOLK.
Lenve 'Byrd. Bt. BUtton, Rlohmond, Dnlly.
ln Effect Jnn. 24, 1906.
FOR NORFOLK: '9:00 A. M., "SiOO P. M..
?:_S P. to.
FOR LYNCHBUT.O. the "WEST and the .
SOUTHWEST: 9:06 A. to. 12:10 noon, 9.00'
P. M. Pulimnn Parlor and Sleeplns cars;
Cafe Dinlns cnrs. Trnlns nrrlvo dally from
Norfolk "11:40, *?:__) P. to.; from the West 7:43
A. M.. 2:05 P. M.. 9:_0 P, M.
DITlco S3S E. Mnln St. -Flyer: _ hrs. 2f
minutes.
fV. H. BEVILL. C. H. BOSLEY.
Oen. Pnss. Agent. Dlst. Pass. Agent.
ATLANTIC COAST LINE
EFFECTIVE APRIL STH.
Trnlns leave Itichmond dally: -_.?..'
For Florldn nnd South. 9:05 A. M. 7:33 P. M.
For Norfolk. 9:00 A. to., 3:00 P. M. an?
:25 P. M.
For N. and W. Ry. Weat. 12:10 nnd 9:00 P., M.
For Potorsburg, 9:00 A. M., 12:10. f-W. 6;*i.
:00 nnd 11:30 P. M. , ._?
For Goldsboro and Fnyettcvtlle, ,*x*V. M.n -
Trnlns arrlve Rlchmond dally: 4:17. ?S.M;,
?10:4_S nnd 11:40 A. M.I 'LOO. 2:06, 6:30. i:Vt
nd 9.-2M P. M.
?Except Sunday. "Sundny only.
Time of arrlvnls nnd doparturea and conneo
lona not ????t?*-CAMpBBI,I.i D. P. A.
Seaboard Air Line Railway.
Southbound Tralna Leave Rlchmond Dally
3:40 A. M.? Norlinn nnd Intermedlate stntlons.
Chnrlotto. Atlnntn, Btrmlngtiain, Mem?
phls and Bouthwest.
2:20 P. M? Savnnnnh, Jncksonvlllo and luo
l'OO P. M? To Savnnnnh. Jacksonvllle. Atlan?
ta. Birmingham. Memphls nnd Southweat.
Morthbound Trnlns Arrlve Rlchmond Dally
6:10 A. M.. 4:55 P, to.. 5:80 P. M._
iicifmoRd;and Petersburg Electric.Rallway.
Cars leavo corner of Seventh and Porry
itreets. Mnnchester. every hour (on the hour).
rom il A. M. to 10 P. M. Laat cnr 12 mtdntgh*., ...
,lniltod cnr, 5:45 P. to. dally, except Sunday.
Cars leave Petersburg. foot of Sycnnioro
itreet every hour from 6:35 A. M. to 10:35 1.
,1 Lnst cnr. 11:40 P. M.i Llmlted car 7:15 A.
,1.. dnlly, exoept Sunday.
All cnrs from Petersburg connectlng Rlc.1
liond cnrs.
STEAMBOATS.
o
LD D0MINI0N
STEAMSH1P COMPANY
Night Lln? for Norfolk.
Leavo Rlchmond every evenlng (foot At?
Ureeil nt 7 P. M., stopplntf at Newport News
n route. Fare. fctO ono wny. I4.W round trip.
n.'luJInir atateroom berlh; menls. -0e. eiu.n.
Itreet Cow to 8tenmer,a Wtiaif.
FOR NEW YORK,
Yln Nlttht Line Steamer. (except Saturday)
niklu/oonn^tlon l? Norfolk wlth Main Line
Ihlp. followlng duy ?.J i: ?^??,?1V, ?,?,?,-he?
iVoVlern Hy. ut 9 A. M. and 3 1 . i';;.??'1 <-'m' '
loeuko and Ohlo Ry. at "> A. M.and 4 P. M..
naklni connectlon dnlly fexc-ept Bunday) at
s'oiMk witli Muln Une .'ihlp. salllug at 7 P.
U TU'liVu. 508 E. Mjidn^btruor_
irgiula Navljjntion Co,
JAMES RIVER HAY LINE.
STEAMER V O C A H O STAB
LEAVES MONDAY, WEONEH
HAV ANIi PRIDAT AT 7 A. M.
for Norfolk, l'.irtsmoutli, Old
Polnt. Newport Nuws. Claramont
nnd .lsni".- lttver lundlng*. and
I'nu at Old l'Unt for Wa.hlngtoii, _,ul
ra und the North. Stala rci'mvn ri??rv_(l
or the nlgtit ul inoderatfl prlces. Electric cara
llt-eot to the wharf Fare only fl.oo and fl
^Kratlrht recelved for nbova-name.t plaooa and
Vv A. Hurber. Jr., Seeretary.
fJay Une to Maltiinore.
Vla i-. uud O. Rwy. und Oid Polnl
U. 8. MAIL HOUTK.
Iyenvn Itichmond vla C. and O.
dally. exiuiJl Sunday. at 4 P. to ,
connactlng at Old Polnt wlta
iteamers .-if ou Hay Line, l?uv
' lni; 7:16 P. M.. ?irrivlnif Baltl
?ore 6 _?i A. M-. conneoting North, __aat *n4
Vem F?r ttcketa und liifi'rmmion apply \a
? and O. Rwy.. Hlchnunid I'miufor Company,
nd N.' -'W I'usi MaJn Strecl.
3lyde Steamship Co,
PHII-A11BLPH1A.
HlCHMONn ANU NOUFOLK LINB.
Frc'lght r?c?lv?d and d.llvfre.l -Ullir *i C.
nd Cl Hy .'o.'s D?pot. 8?veol__?nth aiyft
iroad Streets. 11. K. WOOPFtN. Bollcltmf
b___j- v*. N??. Co.'* Wharf, Rocli?t_,

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