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Advance in Stocks Attributed to Report That New Haven Has Taken Pennsy's Holdings. NEW YORK. Mny ll.?Speculative Hciitlniftit to-day "its .?tlll under thfi liifiucnif of thc birighteried outlook for corporation ilninu-ltig. whlrli Ims been the riilliiK fentnre flll tlirough tlio >iro.? < nt rlse ln stocks. Thc plllng Up of re fcervcM nnd Iho deellHlng rates for iiioncy promlse ?hiii)dniit resources for furthor flotntlon nf now capltnl Issue? nnd eXet'Utlve offlcer* of tho rnllrond companles feel eorrespondlngly relloved oi tho nnxictlos whlch developed dur Inp tho paralysls of rallroad huslness. Outslde of tho money movement, thoro ?ns nothing ln llih day's devel opmont" to prompt tlio cnhanclng values. Th* comnilttop on cnr efhVtonry of ?ho Aniorlcan Railway Association 'mado nnollier fortnlghtty report on tho mimhor of idle frelght cars ln the coun? try, whlch showed for Aprll 29th an ndditlon to thr rocord ngurcs of Aprll ItVth "f "7.714 frelght cnrs held Idle ir. thls country. Rsllrond ofllclals r?portcd that no improvonicnt was perceptlble ln the irnflV incivcniont. Tho stoi k markot showed now stocks bflng puslied upwards. Thore was heavy ronll7.1ng at tlio same tlme in th? recently leaders of the adyariee. The constanl Irregtilnrlty or tono was the iciisci|iirnce. The speclal strength of Chesapeake nml ohio nnd Norfolk and Western was ln connectlon wlth re? ports tl-at tho New Ilnven wns taklng ovor 'ho stock formerly held by the -"Pennsvlvania. wlth a 'vlew to safe gtmrdinc its soft coal supply. Bor.ds wero actlvo and strong. Total sales. par value. $6,364,000.;. Unlted Stntes bonds were unchanged on call. Total sales of stock to-day, 1.065.000 shares. NEW YORK, May 11.?Money on call easy: 1 3-4<T2 per cent.; rullng rate. 1 3-1: closing bld. 1 3-4: offered at 3 per cent. Time loans riuiet and easy: slxtv days. 2 1-2; ninety days, 2 3-4 ig 3: slx months. 3 1-203 3-4 per cent. Prlme mercantlle paper. :'. 3-4cg>4 1-4 per cent. Sterllng exchange firm. wlth r.etual business In bankers' bllls at $4.S725(T'$4.8730 for demand. and at '$".|-'SSO6tg'$4.S510 for slxty-day bllls. Commerelal bllls, J4.S4 3-4. Bar sllVer. '.".2 1-2. Mexlcan dollars, 47. RICHMOND STOCR MARKET. Richmond. Va.. May 11. 190S. SALES AT BOAKD. . Vlrginia Centiirtes?l.oon at 91. STATE SECURITIES. Bld. Asked. North Carolina 4?. C, 19.0- 99 North Caicllna Cs. C. 1919- UT Va 3s, Old. C. and R.. 193:.. 90'4 Cer.turies. 2-3. C. and R.. 1991. 91% 0" RAILROAD BON_S. A. C. _. K. R. Con. Tr. 4 p. c. 90 .\. I' I.. R. R. Ctfs. of Inr. 45. 76 ... Ga. Car. and North. lst 6s... IS C.ecrgla Pac. lst 6s, C, 1922.. 108 Georgla. Sou. and Fla.. 1945.. 102 Ga. anrl Ala. Con. 5f. 1945.... 95 Nor. and Went. Ry. 4s, 1996..- 94 Nor. and West. Ry. Toca. 4s.. M Rlch. and Dan. Gold 6s. 1915.. 106 P.'.rh. and Meck. lst 4s. 194S. 715 5-Y.iuh-Boiind lst ."s. 1941. 98 S.'Uliern Railway lsi 5s. 1994. 100 Western N. C lst 6s. r. 1914. 106 s.-aboard Alr Llne 4s. 1950_ 49 ? A. I.. Col Tr. .".?. 1911. 53 RAILROAD STOCKS. Par. Atlanta and Charlotte... .100 160 AUanllc Coast Llne pfd...100 99 ... Atlantic Coast Llne rom... 100 69 90 Atlantic Coast L. of Conn.,100 200 ... rees. and Ohlo_Nos-.100 4 44 Norfolk anil Western com.. 100 71 ... IX.. F. and P. Plv. Obllg...l00 190 Southern Raihvay pfd.100 42 ... S<. utliern Raihvay com.100 16 ... BANK AND TRUST CO. STOCKS. American National.100 134>_ ... Bioad Street Bank. 25 30 ... Rnnk of Richmond.100 120 130 ?"ity. 25 32 32", First Natlonal.100 2-->n Mttichknts National.100 500 ... N.-.tional Kank of Vlrginia. .100 142 Planters National.100 425 ... Savings Bank of Rlchmond. 25 50 ... Union Bank of Rlchmond.. 50 190 INSURANCE COMPANIES. Viiglnla Flre and Marlne. 55 ... M1SCELLANEOUS. Amer. Tob. pfd. 6 p. ct....l00 92 ... American I.oco. pfd.102 ... American Loco. common. 51 ? An.er. Toh. 4 p. ct. bonds. ... 72 ... Amer. Tob. 4. p. ct. bonds. 93 106 Va.-Car. Chem. pfd. S p ct.100 9.1 ... Va.-.Car. Chem.. com.100 23 ..'. Va.-Car. C. Co. Col. Tr. 5 p. ct. 98 COTTON MARKETS. NEW" TORK. May 11.?The strength of .luly corttracts *;as ihe feature In to-dav's c-i tton.,.i"U'ket, * which was very attractlve and nervous wllh the close steady' at a net aovanre ot 14fj34 polnts. Sales were estl inaied at 400.000 bales. The market opened lalc-ly steady at a decline of 4'fl' 10 pointu an,l durlng the early tradlng sold 8?12 points net lower wlth July touchinc 9.00 and October ?.74 under lllsappolnting cables. fav? orable weather reports. scatteied bear pres fiire and liquldaiion. But there was a gnod ri'inand for July on the decline. presumably fo.- the account of shorts. nnd after the tlrst few mlnut.-R the niarkei rallie dsharply. New crop months followed the advance slowly but selllng pf these posltions was checked by the strength ot July. and the whole list worked up 10 a net advance of about 9?27 pclr.ts. Following thls there was a raactlbn under rcalliing, hut ln ihe late tradlng the market developed renewed strength on ra 1 ports of a tornado ln Oklahoma, wlth Julv sel lng at M5 01- 37 polnis nel higher and October :n 0.0.1. or 1, points net higher. Thf ?riuse waic only 2 or 3 polnts off from the, top At llie high polnt July was IVJc. above the recent Ion record. There were rumors dur ir.4: ihe day thui Julv was practlcally cor nerefl ln al! three of the blg markets nnd r. ports from the Houlh reported ihat cottor could noi be purchnse.i in New Vork for c'.c IIvery 011 contract except nt a loss. South ? ern spot markets offlolally reported were i;n tliangcd to 'ic higher. .fie, <??!,,!? at.the ports to-dav were 6,S6c veLr '5? ""L"'8'5 last,weck and S.370 lasl '?I i-'-. '.,' , , wcek ?'?J-no? blllf-s agaiuil .-.!.., last week and r.y.DDl last vear Tn c.uy s receipts at New Ortoans 2.293 hale bafea'Lnln.4. U?S V"'' and al "?"*t?n 941 ujif.s .igamst WJ last year. Cotion futures opened barely steadv am cl'.'*cd sleady. ;""' .' ..' . ?Ppr- niRh. Low. Close ^,r;7 . 9.0." D.03 9.3: julv . ;, ?; ,-?: ??? ? ?-3 "-? .:::::::: lli :S 3s V _e;ob"eVber..:::.,-; ;?? ^ \* November ......7. s.7a J-? Dci-embei . v vi j'o'j j'-j ^ Vvtruary ".'.'.'..'..'.'. s's'l ;''"7 *~:'> 2'S M?rcn .s-s7 t'ii 7is |:? Spol cotton Oosed steady. >5 points hli-h cr; mldilling uplands. 10.90; mlddllnr i?,ii 11.15; sales. 2,908 hales. mlna"??. gull Cotton. strong; mlddllng m.cin- ,rrol,. . cepts. 1.607 bales; .sales. 2,909 biilcs- >',?,.i SS.293 bales. ' ' """? ? Total m-dsy at all ports?Net recelpu Thomas & Co. (Efta/JIshod 18J8.) MEMBERS New York Stock Exchange, New York Cotton .Exohang. PRIVATE WIRES TO PRINCIPAL MARKET! OFFICIAL RANGE AND SALE OF STOCKS IN NEW YORK. By Thomas Branch 6c Co., Bankers and Brokers. Open. SALES; 200 Allls-Chnlmer.-. . 8% l.wi Allls-Chalnifirs, pfd . 22% f.2,200 Amnlfriiiiihtc-d Copper..., 62% Amerlcan Can .,. 4,wm Amerlcan Car and Foun. 36% 4,sno Amerlcan Car and Foun. ?6% 100 Anv*r. C. nnd F., pfd. 117 8,000 Anierlcnn Cotton Oll.28% 4,SOO Amer. l.oro., ex*dlv.60% Amer. l,oco., pfd. .. 40,800 Amerlcan Hmeitlng .73% 1.100 Amorlcnn Sugar .12*% Aiii<*ilrnii Tohnoro, rom, .. 000 Alnerlcnn Tohnreo, pfd,. 92 11 .-'.v. Anarondn Copper. .Wri 7.100 Atchlion . 81% 100 Atchlson. pfd . 02-i 1.500 Atlantlc. Coast Mtic.S7 6.000 Bnltlmotc nnd Ohlo.80 46.260 Brooklyb Rnpld Translt 48-Si II.70H Cnnadlnn Pnclflc.168% 40,460 Chesapeake nnd Ohlo.... 44 J00.Chlcago Oreat Western. B ?5.000 Chl.. Mll. nnd St. P?ul..lS4?!? 610 tt; M.; nnd at. Paul. pfd..152 2,900 Cnlcag'o nnd Northtv'n...lM*i 1,000 tt, C, 0. nnd St. Louls.. 80 "i.ooo Colorado Fuel and Iron. 2* 4.150 Colorado nnd Southern.. 30% *'-5 ColO. nnd South., 1st pfd. fi9% 600 Colo.. nnd Sbuth., 2d pfd 60% 3.2'*1 Consolidated Gas .121 1.300 Delaware and Hudson...164% 1,400 Dtstlllers* Seo. Cor.33% 8.350 Erle . 20% 3.25n Erle. lst pfd.3,'>% 1,600 Krle. 2d pfd. -?*>% 860 General Electric .137% 21,700 Great Northcrn. pfd.130-_ 15,fS0 Great Northern Ore ctfs 60% 1.010 Illlnols Central .136% 5,820 Int. 'Metropolltan . 10% 1.740 Int. Metrcrolltan. pfd... 20 1,280 tnternntlonnl Paper. 10% Ml_h. Ix>w. 64 Vi as ra 07 80 61 ti 7*51,4 129% .Vi7 12.! 1641. 34 20% .V.% 26T ias 131 60% 186% 11% 31% , 10% 21 Vs 36% 3fl% 29% so*. 78V. 128 121 163s'. 33V. 201, 36 137 123% 59 135% 10% 28% 10 Closln*. Bld. Asked 8 8% 21% 68% 64 87V4 37% f? 20% 50% 102 74% 1201, 345 0211 39% 82% 01'4 Sfl 89% 50% W*. 169V. 160 4.5% 46% 51, 37% 37% 07% 30 50% 101 74% 120% ,*l5o" 02l? ::fi-7 82*14 P2% .".fiij 4% 133% 151 154% 69% 6 134 1fs3 164% 60% SAL_S: ?pen 100 Internatlonal Pnper. pfd fjfi% 2,600 Loulsvllle. and Nashvllle..*09*_ 1,000 Manhattan .lsnvi 100 Metro. Street Rallway,. 20 800 Mexlcan Centrnl.16% 14,600 Mo? Kan. and Texas_*WJ. 700 Mo., Qnn. nnd Tex., pfd. 59% 4,000 Mlssourl Pnclflc .40% N? C, nnd St. Louls.' 2.200 Nntlonal Lead .?3 21,ii75 New York Central.105% 2S.nO,i N. *_.. Ont. and Western 40% 700 Norfolk nnd Western.., 71 45,f?o Northern Paclflc .138% ?30 Pnclflc Mall . 26% 11.700 Pennsylvanla .110% 2.R90 I'nople's t'Jns . 91>i 1,675 PrO-.ed Steel Cnr . 28% Pressed Steel Car, pfd.. .. Rnllwny steel Sprlng-s.. .. 153.000 Rendlnp .Ufi% 1,920 Rep. Iron and Steel.18% 1.860 Rep. Iron nnd Steel, pfd 68 8.000 Rock Island . 17% 12,260 Rock Island. pfd.35% 500 Smclters, pfd . 98% 100 Sloss-Shofflfld* . 471,', 31.600 Southern Pnclflc .66% 7.500 Southern Rallway .16 2.W Soutliern Rallway, pfd.. 41% 09 Standard Oll .I....599 1,000 Tennessee Copper .37 3.300 Texns Paclflc . 22% 122,600 Unlon Paclflc .141% 1,000 Unlted States Ruhher.... 23 110,650 Unlted States Steel.36% 11.150 Unlted States Steel. pfd.101 2.200 Va.-dr. Chemlcal.22% Va.-Car. Chemlcal, pfd.. .. 1.900 Wabash . 11% 3,330 Wnbnsh, pfd . 22% 200 Western Unlon . 61% Total sales, 1,053,300 shnres. Hl*rh. Low. 86% 108% 134% 29 15 28% 59% 40% 62% 1(6% 4o;4 70% 131 2H% 119% 90% 28% WVi 110 135% 29 15% 29% 61 50% 63% 106% 43% 13554 120% 91% 29% 116 1SW fi$% 18% 35*. 99 47% PS"'? 16% 42% fA", 37% 2i% 141% 23% 37% 102% 21 12 23% 52% IV.% 18V4 68 17% 35 98 47% 86% 16 41% 599 37 21 140% 22% 36% 101 22% ii% 221* 61% 18% 68% 1S% 698 CLOSING BOND QUOTATIONS. V. S. refundlng '->. reglstered. lo.'l'i l. S. rerundlng If, loupon. 103% V. S. r,t. reglstered. 100% 17 S. 3s, coupon. 100% U. S. New 4b, reglstered. 111% U. S. New 4s, coupon. 111H, Amerlcan Tobacco 4?. 72% Air.erican Tobacco 6*. 105H Atchlson general 4s. 97% Atchlson adjustment 4s (bld). 87 Atchlson conv. 4s. 93 Atchlson conv. 5s. 102% Atlantlc Coast Llne 4?. 90 Ealtlmore and Ohlo 4s. 98 Baltimore and Ohlo 3%s (bld). 92% Brooklyn Raplri Translt conv. ls. 73% Central of Georgla 5? (bldl. 101 Central of Georgla lst Inc. (bld). 70 Central of Georgla 2nd Inc. (nsked).. 80 Central of Georgla 3d Inc. (asked)... 40 Chesapeake and Ohlo 4%e. 100*4 Chlcago nnd Alton 3%s (bld). 63 Chlcago, B. and Qulncy new 4s. 96% 6,864 bales; export to Oreat Brltain. 720 bales; to France, 2S0 bales: to the Contl? nent, 3,411 bales; stock. 424,207 b&ies. Consolidated at all ports?Net receipts, 1,7470 bales; export to Great Brltain. S.200 bales; to France, 3,400 balea; to the Contl? nent. 7.092 bales. Total slnce September 1st at all ports? Net receipts, 7.S06.651 bales; export to Great Brltain. 2.S7S.666 bales: to France. 790,592 bales; to the Contlnent, 3.03S.665 bales; to Japan, 186,516 bales; to Mexlco, 1,549 bales. RICHMOND -RODCCE MARKKT. POULTRY?LIVE. Sprlng chickens. lb. 2? @ 30 tl lnter chlckens. lf. <3> 20 Ducks. large. 13 _ 14 Ducks, small. 13 - Hens . 12'i Roosters, plece. live. 30 f_? 35 Gi-:enas, plece, live. 25 dp 30 Goese, plece, live. 40 <_ 60 BUTTER. Choice famlly packed.... 17 ? IS Choice dalry packed. 17 Q> 18 C'nolcc store packed. 16 Medlum store packed. 15 Pucklng . 15 EGGS. Crates, nearby. fresh laid. 17 Crates. other sections. 17 B-rrels and boxes. IS _> 16 FRUITS AN'D VEGETABL5S. AITl.ES? plpplns and wlnesapi,... 3.10 Fancv. per bbl. 3.00 @ 3.25 Poor to falr. bbl. 1.00 <ff 2.00 ORANGES?Fla.. fancy... 2.00 & 2.50 GRAPEFRUIT?Box . 2.00 @ 3.00 LEMONS?Maslno ,. 2.50 <H> 3.00 Callfornla. 2.00 @ 3.00 PIN'EAPPLEB?? Fancy, por crate. 2.75 Q 3.25 STRAWBERRIES? .. Fancy, per 32-qt. crate.. 3.50 @ 4.00 Choice, per 32-qt. crate.. 2.50 <_ 3.00 BLACK PEA..S.J,-. 2.00 <_> 2.15 BI.ACKELE PEAS? No. 1, per bus. 2.00 <_i 2.25 No. 2 per bus. 1.75 ? 2.00 CLAY PEAS?Bushel. 2.10 @ 2.20 MIXED FEAS. 2.00 @ 2.15 BEANS? Navy, No. 1 white. 2.00 ? 2,25 Common to choice. 1.75 0 2.00 Mlxed, per bus. 1.(5 ? 1.75 Colored, per bus. 1.65 <gs 1.75 POTATOES?Choice. bus.. ?5 Fla., white, fancy, hbl.. 4.00 <*J> 4.50 Fla.. whlte. choice, bbl.. 2.50 ? 3.00 CABBAGE? New, Southern, bbl. 1,25 (31 1.50 TCMATOES?Fancy. car.. 2.25 @ 2.50 Choice. per carrler. 1.76 <5' 2.00 Poor to (alr, carrler.... 1.00 _. 1.50 CUCUMBERS? Fancy, per basket. l.bO SQUASH-?Fancy, bskt- 1.00 @ 1.25 BF-ANS?' Round green, basket.... I.OO <5> 1.50 PEAS?Fancy, bskt. 1.00 ? 1.25 BACON?llam. small, new. 16 <_ 17 Hams, large, new. 13 (_ 14 Sldes. smoked. 10 (gi 11 Shoulders, smoked. 3 & 10 LARD?Country. prlme... 10 ? 11 l'FANUTS?Farmers, lb... 3%? 4 ] F NEW YORK PRODUCE MARKET. NEW YORK, May 11.?FLOUR?Barcly steady wlth light domand. Rye Flour and Oi-.i nmeal?Steady. Rye?Dull. Wheat? Weak; No. 2 red, $lr03 nominal. elevator. May optlons closed 3c. lower and others IVic, lewer. July, 99*?c.; September. 94'2C. Corn ?Steady; No. 2, 7Sc. nominal. elevator. Op ilini- 41-c. down: latler on May at 7Sc; July. 73%c: September, 71*sc Oats?Steady; mlxed. B7c. j Beef?Stuady. Cut Meais?Quiet. Lard. 'Fork?Steady, Tallow? Dull. Rosln?Easy. Turpentlne?i-'irm at 46c. Rice?Flrm. Sugar ? Raw. flrm: fair roflnlng. J3.S6; eentrlfugal, I 3? test, $4.36; molasses sugar, $3.61; reflned, steady. Coffee?Steady: Rlo, No. 7, 6 6-16c; Santos, No. 4. S%c; mlld, quiet; Cordova, 9^i(<ri2%c. Futuroa net 5 polnts lower to | 5 polnts hlgher. Butter?Steady; creamery, I sptclals, 25'tf 2oiic; extras, 24!?c; thlrd to !lr.-t!<, 17@24c; Held. common to special, 17 <8 2Sc.; State, dalry, common lo choice, 17-iJ 2<c; process, ? common to special, 15f$22l3C Cheese?Steady; full cream. old, special, 15c.; do? State, full cream, old, white nnd eclored, large and small, S?f l Jfic.; sklms, lOSWOKc, Eggs?Steady; nearby, selected, whlte. 19c: prime tn cliolre, 18(5 18%c.; brOwn and mlxed. 17Mi<_ 18V4c; fres'i gather? ed storage, packed, 17'iiglSc. Frelghta io Llverpool?Steady; cotton by steam, 10? 12c; graln by steam. Id. Peanuts-r-Steady; fancy handpicked, 6c; other domestlc 2%ifj!>M,c Pctatoes?Steady; Bermuda, new, per bar . rel, $3<_5.50; southern, $1.60(0)4.00; Maine. per saek. 52.2581 1*2.50; State and Western, ln bulk, per 180 pound*. $2.37!5f 2.6 2; Jersey sweets. per basket, $1.1,0^2.50. CabhageH? Weak; Soulliein, 25e. ??l por crate. Cotton sectl?CHI quiet wlth prices steady on small movement and wlth cotton. Prlme crude. sr.i.e.; prlme summer yeilow, 43\c; of? sum mei yollow, 40U(Q>43%c.; good off suminor v.llow, 4mi.43',4c.; prlme white, 451J 46->,c; me wlnter yeilow, 4 5ft. 17c. CHICAGO GRAIN* MARKET. CHICAGO, May 11.?Liberal selling hv Inngs i-aiiKCfi weakness to-dny hl ihe loral Wlieat markel, tlie July dellvery oloslng at a Iofs of l'.r. Corn was down %ffl'.%c. Oals were HOVJc, Provlalona were 24 to 6,@7%o. lovier. leadlng futures ranged as follows: Open. Hlgh. Low. Close, WHEAT?? May . 1,05 1 0SU 1.00*, 1,01 July . 92% 92% 90% 9044 Sept. R7% j-t, s-i- S6v CORN? May . 73 737. 7 1\ 71% July . 64H 61% ?3% I Sept. 62% 631', 6,'U 1 ?'uly told. 47% 47% 47 17 July (newi- 4?n \s\t 4;,*, 4.^5 Sept. 371, 37% 37% 371' ll-.SS PORK ?I'er bhl. May .13.42 13.42 13.42 13.(2 July .'..13.57 13.65 13,57 13. ?0 y*Pt.18.86 13.S7 13.82 13.$2 .ARO?Per 100 iba. Mav . S.46 S.45 8.4.'. S.4r* ? Uly . S.62 S.63 R.52 S.52 Nept. S.70 8.72 h.7l) S.70 HORT RIBS?Per 100 lhs. 'Va,y . 7--? T-.*-- "-20 7.20 JUlj' . 7.37 7.37 7.36 7.35 '~:"l". 7.60 7.t;o 7.57 7.67 ir..-ii quetat'on- v,er? as follows-. F|oiii:?. ?hicago. R. I. and Pacinc R. R. ls.... 67&ii ,'hlcagri. R. I. and Pac. n. R. col. 6s.. 733i I *.. 0.. <:. nnd St. L. gen. 4s ibld).. 9 'clorado lnduslrlal 5s. serles A. C 'oloradu Mldland 4s. a Nilorado anil Southern 4s. 9 ?tiba 5s (bld). 1021i Jenver and lllo Orande 4s. 91 >fstlllers' Securltles 5s. 71' !rlc prlor Hen 4s (bldi. 86 Irle General 4s. 71 foeklnK Valley 4V,s (bld). 103 nterborough Metro. 44s. R74J apan 4s (bld).'. 77H opan 4Hs. certlflcstes. 85% apan 4'^s, certlflcates. 2nd serles.... SS'fc ,culsvllle and Nash. Unlfled 4s. 9," ?i.-iniiattan con. gold 4s (bld). 9i lixlran Central 4s. 81V4 lexlcan Central lst Inc. 16*5 ilr.n. and St. Louls 4s (asked). 80 llssourl, Kansas and Texas 4s. 98 llssourl, Kansas and Texas 7nds.... 82 <at'l R. R. of Mex. con. 4s (bld)_ 79Vi Vew Tork CentraJ gen. 3V4s. 89*4 yellow. 71!sC. No. 2 oats. 6fic; No. 3 whlte, 2$65_c. Fair to cholce maltlng harley. 7 0 75c. Flaxseed?No. 1 north western, 1.23ft; prlme tlmothy seed. $4.25. Rhort lbs, sldes (loose), $6.8707.35; mess pork. nr barrel, $13.5013 13.62; lard, pei- 100 nunds. $8.45: short clear sldes (boxedi, $7 17.62. Whlskey, basis of hlgh wines. $1.35. leceipts?Wheat, 19,200 bushels; corn, 110, 00 bushels; oats, 305.500 bushels. Butter? tarket weak; creamertes. 17ifl23c.: dalrles. 7 0 22c. Eggs?Flrm: at mark, cases In luded. HSaPjc; flrsts. 15c: prlme flrsts, i?4c Cheese?Steady at lO'i011'.sc. BALTIMORE. MD., May 11.?FLOUR? 'irm and unchanged. Wheat?Steady; spot, ortiact. $1.0301.0311; Southern on giade, 9Vic.^i $1.03. Corn?Steady; spot, mlxed, (il4(cji76%e.; No. 2 white. 72a*fi73c. Oats? 'irm: No. 2 mlxed, 66Vi0'S7c. Rye?Flrm; ,'p 2 western, export. 8971 90c Butter? 'Irm and unchanged; fancy Imitation, 235j 4c; do., creamcry. 2S?29c; store packed. u@17c. Eggs?Steady and unchanged at 15 61jc. Cheese?Flrm and unchanged; large, SVic; new flats. 1114c'; new. small, ll'ic ugar?Unchanged: coarse granulated and r.e, $5.60. RICHMOND GRAIN MARKET. Rlchmond. Va.. May 11. 190S. VliOLESALE QUOTATIONS ON 'CHANGE. VHEAT? No. 2 red. Wern icar lots). 0 $1.08 No. 2 red, Va. (car lots).. 0 1.07 No. 3 red ccar lotsi. ta 1.06 Sieamer (car lots). 0 1.06 Virginia (bag lots). 95 @ 1.05 :orn? No. 2 whlte (car lots).... 0 80 No. 3 whlte (car lotsi.... ._ 79 No. 2 mlxed (car lotsi.... 01 7J No. 3 mlxed (car lots).... 0 7X Virginia (bag lotsi. 79 ip S0 )ATS? No. 2 mixed (car lots).... 54 No. 3 mlxed (car lotsi.... JJ 53 No. 2 whlte (car lots).... 57 No. 3 white tear lota).... 531 11E? No. 2 (car lots). ? 90 No. 3 (.car lotsi. @ g; Vlrginia (bag lots). SO fii 85 CATTLE MARKKTS. CHICAGO. May 11.?CATTLE?Receipts stimated about 1,000 head. Steers, $5 Ji 7."f.? ows, $3.7506.25; helfers, $3.80t_6.75i bulls! 3.500.1.30; calves. $2.5006.25; stockers and eeders, $3.25<g5.75. Hogs?Receipts esll nated about 45.000 head. Market steady. iheep and Lambs?Receipts estlmated at d'out 2.000 head. Market steady about un hanged prices. Yearllngs, $5.5006.35. NEW VORK. May 11.?BEEVES?Receipts ^,363 head. Steers. $5.4007.15; bulls. $4'<ji ? 10: extra do.. $5.2506.00; cows, $2,400 ..40: one car extra do., at $5.75. Calves ticelpts. 8.181 head. Veals, $507.50 per .00 pounds; c_lls, $4 0 4.50. Sheep and .?ambs?Receipts, 9,359 head. A few rom lunsheep. 54 ("a 5.00 per 100 pounds. Un ihorn lambs, $7.5008.00; cllpped do.. $6,750 '.25: spring lambs at $4.5003.00 per head Hogs?Receipts, 15,554 head. Market lower i. $6.0006.10. MISCELLAN KO US MARKETS. DRY GOODS MARKET. NEW VORK. May 11.?There was an In ieased Inqulry and movement in cotton ;..ods to-day, Raw sllk was steadv but tbe lemand was llght. Rovlslons in the prlce if ginghams and an auctlon sale of wash noods were announced. The new fall prices 'or carpets, whlch were made publlc to-day ire 7Vs per cent. below the prices of last icason. NAVAL STORES. WILMINGTON. N. i'., May 11.?SP1RITS rURP.ENT.lNE?Steady at ll'.ic; reeolpts .".' casks. Rosin?Steady al $2.60; receipts !9S burrels. Tar?Flrm at $1.60: receipts] rt barrels. Crude Turpentlne?Firm nt 12.250>3.00 and $4: receipts, 4S barrels. SAVANNAH, GA.. May 11.?TURI'BN r.NE?Firm al 42U?42?Jc; -??ales. 1,417 ;asks;; recelpls, 714 casks: shlpments. 430 -asks. rtosln?-Flrm; sales, 1,743 barrels; re ?elpts, 1.973 barrels; shlpments. 3.153 barels; stock. 01,818 barrels. Quote: A, B, C, $2.85. MARINE INTKLLIGENCE. PORT OF RICHMOND. MAY 11, 1908, ARRIVED. \ Sieamer Brandon. Harney, Norfolk, mer ehHtidlse an.l passengers. Old Domlnion Llne. Steamer Berkeley, Shelly, Norfolk, mer? chandise and passengers. Old Domlnion Llnj. Barge Shendei, nultimurr, coal. s. ii Hawes & Co. SA1LED. Sieamer Brandon, Harney, Norfolk, mer chandlse and passengers. Old Domlnl.in Lln-. Sieamer Berkeley. Shelly, Norfolk. mer cliaiullso nnd passengers. Old Domlnion Llne, Steamer Hampton. uraves, Junua Rlver Inrdlngs and Noi folk. mercliandlso and pas srigers. Vlrginia Navigation Co. Steamer Fnlrficld, Haynes, James Rlver, l'i.^,oon?r Loul?*. Flelds, James Rlver. l.Hhor Ketlcrntlciii. i nVll ?mRl.n,a , s-,at0 Merition ol Laboi vc in inof,i ,? annual sesslon in Tacit&l ?1 ?!"nf' 2d' A numbSr of locai counoils have already elected del iS>tocfe ^Brobcrs geo. f. kingT co.; 1114 E. Maln St., Hlchmond. Va. STOCKS, GRAIN, COTTON, PROVISIONS. FAST PRIVATE WIItF.S. NEW YOKK. CUICAQO. specai allrnilnn glven'uut-of-tnivii *ccount?. Correspondence Sollcltr*. New Jersey Ontral gen. 5s. 123** Noi them PnelOr Is. 101 Nrrthern Paclflc 3s. 71% Nirfolk and Western con. 4s. 94 Oregon Short Llne refundlng 4s. 90% Pennsylvanla conv. 3%s. 9<*i Readlng General ls. 97', Sl. Louls and Iron Mountain con. 5s.. 107i? St. Loula an<i San F'rancisco fg. 4s.... 74 St 'Louls Southwestern con. 4s. 67'> Seaboar," Alr Llne 4s. 49% Southern Paclflc 4s. 37'-. Southern Paclllc lst 4s. certlncates. .. . 91 >_ Scuthern Rallway 5s. 102 Tcixas and Paclflc lsts. lll8;, Toledo, St. L. and Western 4s. 72'i Unlon Faelflc 4?. 101% Unlon Pnclflc conv. 4?. S9'4 Unlted States Steel 2nd 5s. 96H Wabash lsts. 105% Wabash Deb. B. 56 Wabash new 4s. 54% Western Md. 4s. 69% Wheellng and Lake Erle 4a (bid).... 63 Wisconsin Central 4s. Jl?i eg-ates. AJI the trades unlons ln the State wlll be represented and a large attendance is antlclpated. Mr. .Ias. .1. O'Donnell. of Newport News, is presl? dent, and "Mr. M. R. race. of Rlch VETERANS A T LUNCH Luncheon belnK srrved to Ij. O'B Uranch Cuinp, Confodernle Veterans by tlie Ladies Memorial Assoelation nud D nusrfatern of the Confederne*-. CI THREE DAYS Tl Annual Memorial Day Observ? ance in Ralcigh More Elab oratc Than Usual. [Special lo The Tlmes-Dlspatch.] RALEIGH, N. C, May 11.?Tlie ob? servance of Confederate Memorial Day in Ralelgh lias continued through three days. with dinner to the vetarnns In Capitol Squaro hy tbe Ladics' Memorial Associntion and Daughters of the Con federacy Saturday afternoon; the ora tion Sundav afternoon at Oakwood Cemetery by the Rev. E. A. Oshorne, of Charlotte, ancl the closing of the State offices and business houses to-day in observance of the Memorial Day legal hollday. the observance this ycai hrlng altogether the most elahorate anrl successful Ralelgh has ever ex? perlenced. "The Chrlstian Spirlt in the Confed? erate Army" was tbo theme of the elo quent oratlon Sunday afternoon hy tbc Rev. E. A. Osborne. Weather condi? tions were ideal, and nn immense crowc gathered in the Confederate plat at. thc Oakwood Cemetery for the service whlch was under the ausplces of the Ladies' Memorial Associntion nnd Ihe Daughters of tht* Conferteraoy, wlth Mrs. .Tosephus Danlels, president. anc, Mrs. 11. W. Jackson, chairman in charge of arrnngements. lt devclops li*. connectlon wlth thc Memorial Dny celebrntion thnt twenty three veterans, 'members of the L. O'B Branch Cnmp, havo died during thc past vear. Kight crosses oC honor were awarded nt the close of the exerclse Sundny nftornoon. The .lolinsoii-Pettlgrew Chapter Daug-btcrs of the Confederacy. will holt on Frlday nf this week a May festlval the procteds of which v.'lll go to swel the fund for the Wyatt monument Mrs. .Tosephus. Danlels ancl Mrs. Her bert Jackson. ns, respectlvely, preslden of the chapter and chairman of th* central commlttee, havo tbe undertak Ing ln hand. Extencl Car Llne. A lnrge sqund of laborers begnn thc work of eonstructlng the Martin Stree extenslon of the Ralelgh Street Rall wav thls mornlng, this belng the las ot tho soveral cxtenslons-pledged to th> clty authorities some months ago bj the Rnlelgh Electric Company ln tht extenslon of its charter nnd the grant ing ot important franchlse concesslons When thls llne is completed the stree mrs wlll penetrate every sectlon of thi citv, there belng no clty ln nll thc Soiith wlth a more oomplete stree enr service. The North Carolina Retntl .Tewelers Associatlon meots ln Rnlelgh Wedncs dny ancl Thursday of thls week nnd i very full attendance ls expeeted. R. C lWrinu. of Greensboro, ls presldent; H Et, Vogler, Wlnstcii-Salom, vlce-presl dent, nnd Frank .lolly, Rnlelgh, socre tnry. An ordc-r ls made by Qovemor Gleni for un exchange- nf courts betweei Judgo J. L. Wobb and Judge Froi Moore, whereby Judgo Moore will lioh thc. regular term nf Superlor Court a Greensboro, lieKlnning June 15th, an< on tlie snme day Judgo Wehb will con vene Uio specinl term nf Clevelnm county Court at Shelby, hls own hom* Mattings, Carpets and Rugs. Tliis part of our business lias given us great satisfaction. Tt has made us leaders in the floor covering line. That we do lead is cvident to thousands. Lead in the careful filling of our ordcrs lcad in thc frcshncss, variety and amount of stocks; lead in thc beauty of patterns; in thc pronipt hess and liberality when a claim comes np for adjustment. And last, but not least, lead in giving better values for thc least money outlay. Think these thoughts over care? fully before you make your.'next purchase. Hopkins Furniture Company 7 and 9 West Broad. CASH OR CREDIT inoiHl. socrotary-trcasurer, of the or ganlzntlon. lt Is nald that somo of the contest* for otrlcen for the ensulng year wlll be ciulte splrlted. Dcrnllrd Trnln Tenrsi 'ITnck. fSneclal to Tho Tlmes-Dlspatch.1 SAI.ISBURY. N. C. May 11.?By the. derallment of a frelght traln two mlles north of thls clty last nlght the doublo track of the Southern Rail? way was b.'.dly torn up for a coneld era'hle dls:ance and all trafflc delayed durlng the nlght while two -wreckers bullt a new track. Elght c_rs wero domoiishcd nnd tho tralnmen escaped wlthout Injury. Her Bodj- Sent Home. [Speclal to Thc Tlmes-Dlspatch.] CHESTER. VA.. May 11.?The body of Miss Allle Kenton. kllled by traln 85 Snturdny nlght nt Oentralia. was turned over by the coroner to her rel? atlves, and wns shipped by them to her home at Lawrenceville. The Buchanan Machine Company, of Charlotte ls chartered wlth $20,000 capital for the manufacturlng of en? gines and all klnds of machinery and general machinery repalr work. The incorporators are XV. F. Buchanan, B. L, Buchanan and II. E. Buchanan. LUMBER flash, Bllnds, Doors, Mouldlngt. Large Stock. Low I'rlce*. WOODWARD _ SON, Rlrhmnnd. Vl Special Notice C&O. Sunday Seaside Outings Commence Next Sundny, Mny 17th. Round $1.25 Trip TO Old Point, Buckroe and Newport News Round $1,50 TriP Ocean View and Norfolk Two fast tralns leave Rlchmond S:30 nnd 0 A. M.: returnlng. leave Norfolk vla Ocean Vlew Rnllwuy 7 P. M.; leavt Ocean Vlew 7:30 p. M.. Okl Polnt S:30 P. M. Arrive Rlchmond 10:30 P. M. Tickets also good returnlng vla C, ct O. steamer leavlng Norfolk -1:20 P. M.: fast trnln leavlng Old Polnt 4:50 P. M.: Newport News 5:25 P. M.; arrive Rlchmond 7 P. M. jFtnancial. Bank of Commerce ahd Trusts OTH AND MAIN STREETS. Capital, - $200,000.00 DepoMtory for the State ot Vlrginia and Clty of Rlchmond. Sollclts accounta of Indlvlduals, flrms and corporatlons. S per cent, Interest allowed on savlngs ac? counts. Authorlzed by charter to act as Executor. Kcplsti-ar, Guardlan. Recolver. etc Branch, Cabell & Co., I5ANKHJRS, , lllo East Maln Street, Membara New York Slock Exchange, New York Cotton Esshange and Chlcago Board of Trade ?. A. BARBER & CO. Accountlng, Audlllng, Organlzlng, SystematUlng. tlo Mutual Buildlng, RICHMOND, VA. \ ____?_? ?<?! ??!??? jftoanefaL _ffoattcfal. W. M. HABLIBTON, Prest. J. W. ROT11ERT. Vlce-Prost. JOHN O. WALKEn, 2d V.-Prest. ANDREW M. GLOVER, Ca.hWr. Broad Street Banh STATE AND CIT*. DEPOSITORY. Capital, - ? $200,000.00 530 East Broad Street. AT YOUR SERVICE. Wc cxtcnd to you a cordial invitation to open an account ?with this Bank. Wc shall he glad to place at your service every facility that a careful, conscrvativc Bank may offer, eithcr in thc form of commcrcial accounts subject to cheek, or a savings account paying 3 per cent. interest. Drafts and letters of credit issued available in all parts of tlic world. First National Bank, ItlCIIMOND, VA. Invites Accounts of All Classes. CAPITAL, - - - - $1,000,000.00 SURPLUS, - ... $ 700,000.00 JOHN B. PURCELL. Presldent | 1 JOHN M. MILLER, Jr., Vlce-Pres. nnd Cashler. CHAS. R. BURNETT. Asslstant Cwhler. J. C. JOPLIN, Asslstant Cashler. XV. P. SHELTON. Asslstant Cashler. ALEX. F. RYLAND, Asslstant Cashler, A Savings Department for the Thrifty. The National Bank of Virginia, Richmond, Virginia. INVITES FIRMS, CORPORATIONS andINDIVID UALS TO OPEN ACCOUNTS WITH IT Its management ls sound. Its rx.*'.rods are 1 ctlcal, courteous and UberaL It handles out-of-town Items a? lowest cost. It pays 3 per ccnt. Interest semi-annually on moneys placed ln Its Savings Department. Wrlte, phona or call ln person. We would be pleased to consult wlth you. , Corner Eleventh and Main Streets. Commonwealth Bank, 1- North Ninth Street, Klehmond, Va. Capital, - $200,000.00 STRONG, CONSERVATIVE, PROGRESSIVE. Liberal Accommodations Extended on Business Accounts We Pay _? O/q on Savings Deposits. H. L. DENOON. Presldent. W, L. WALTERS. Cashler. S. E. WALTERS. Asslstant Cashler. New Depositors Are taking advantage each day ol the Inducements w? offer. Tha 4 per cent. ldea Is getting .popular. We glve you FOUR PER CENT. compound Interest as one Inducement. We will tell you some of the others when wo see you. It's worth your while. The Bank That Pays 4 Per Cent. JNO C. HAGAN. Pres. ' JNO. GARLAND POLLARD, Vlce-Pres. R. M. KENT. JR. Cashler. CLINTON L. WILLIAMS Asst. Cashier. Capitol Savings Bank, An Opportunity For Traveling Salesmen Do you feel that you possess salesmanship ability? Would you like to use this ability to build up a business and a future income for yourself? Thc Equitable Life Assurance Society is now in position to make most attractive contracts with men of character and ability to sell thc new Standard Policy of the State of New York. Address William A. Danner, General Agent, 1118 lCnst fllnln; Street, RK'HMONU, ... VIRGINIA, We Want Your Account. Bank of Richmond Ninth and Main Streets. Capital and Surplus, $1,475,000 Lancaster & Lucke Bankers and Brokers, RICHMOND, --------- VIRIUNIA, Investment Securities. Correspondence Solicited The Savings Bank of Richmond, 1117 E. MAIN STREET. Xext to Lexington Hotel. THE INSTITUTION FOR THE PEOPLE PROMPT, LIBERAL AND COURTE? OUS TREATMENT TO ALL. Deposits ln aurns of ONE DOLLAR anil upwards recelved and Interest al? lowed, Loans made on real estate. .Negotlable paper dlscouuted. R. A. PATTERSON, Presldent. L. X. MORRIS. Vlce-Presldent. JAMES M. BALL. Cashier. Dlreorors: George L. Christian, N. D. Hargrove. P. Whitlock. H. Theo? dore Ellyson, XV, H. Zlmmermann, B. Alsop. F. Slttdrdtng, H. Seldon Tay? lor, John XV, Gordon, G. G. Valen? tlne, R. F. Patterson, E. A. Shepherd. CITY BANK OF RICHMOND. VA. Capital and Surplus, $400,000 Undivided Profits, $150,000! Would be pleased to receive the accounU nf corporiidons, flrms and lndlvidual*. Interest allowed on deposits ln Saving* Dtpartment, WILLIAM H. PALMER, Presldent B. B. ADD1SON, Vlce-Presldent. J. W. SINTON. Caahler. MONEY TO LOAN BY THH Life Insurance Co. of Virginia on deslrably located business or resldeno* pioperty. For terms and condltlona call oa or address Mr. J. T. LAWRENCE, HOME OFFICE, BICUAIOM). VA.