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ON BROAD SCALE
Prices Go Up in Way Better
Sustained Than at Any Time
in Recent Movement.
MOVES ALONG WITH VIGOR
Buying Embraccs thc Oicl-Time
Leaders and Transactions
Show Good Gains.
[Speclal to Thc Tlmes-Dlspntch.]
NEW YORK, July 7.?Prices of
' itocks rose to-day In a way more broad
; and sustained than shown at any tlmo
In tho course of thc present upwnrd
movement, toleratlrvg few rcactlons
?nd .vliiclr.g the deslre of a large num?
ber of people to nmke purchases when
c-ver such small recesslons occurred,
'end provlng pretty concluslvely whnt
wns? strongly suggested in the recont
dullness?that the r-uantlty of, stocks
fov sale at existing prices hnd l.een re?
duced to relatively small proportions
by investment purchases mndo durlng
la.it vear*s panlc and since that tlmo.
Vlle most notable feature of tho markot
to-day in thc early part of the dealings
wus thnt tho advance dld not concern
IU.CI. wlth those stocks thnl hnvo re?
cently been among tho most conspicu
" oi;s market leaders. Fnion Pnclflc.
iaicadlng, Unlted States Stoel common
-und other slmilar issues. although flrm,
Were not especlally active, and tho de
?d-e of buvers seemed to bc ohlelly
to acqulrc the shares of thc Nortliern
Pociflc, Chieago, Mllwnukoe and St.
Paul and a good many othor stocks
that' have lately been laggrds in a
comparative senso.
Durtng thls tlmo the mnrket was
.ought steadlly by the professtonal
..tradlng elcment, who lald great strcss
"vpon the contentlons that tho advanco
hnd been too rapld, that tho publlc
wero not buying stocks, nnd other ar?
gumonts f.-tmlllarly heard at such tlmes.
_ut as thc days woro on, little atten?
tion was paid to these in the presence
of the great upwnrd sweep ln values.
Od-Tliiie I.cndcr*-.
The buying came once more to em
brace the old-tlme leaders, so that
the whole market, wlthout exception,
moved along wlth exceedlng vlgor and
closed with a display of galns of bo
tween one and two polnts ln the prom?
lnent stocks. The volume of tradlng
was larger thnn any seen for five
weeks past. "Whlle. as stated, thc ad?
vance i-i the market was thorougJUy
general, the ono matter that excrclsed
more Influence than any other was the
appearance of lnrge buying of all the
Unlted States Steel Issues, thls mak?
lng its presenco felt first ln thc Unltod
States *-*teel preforred shares. which
made nn extreme advance at one tl uo
of .*! 3-S polnts from Its closlng prico
of yesterday. nnd as this came ufter
an advance almost as largo In the prlce
of tho stock ln the course of a few
preceding days it naturally Indicated
tliat an invostmont movement of no
small prop*ortlons was taking place.
A movement of liko character took
place ln the Unltod States Steel sink
ing fund bonds, which on lnrge pur?
chases advanced a full polnt, nnd upon
the heels of thls followed very natur?
ally a striklng rlse. In the Unltod
States Steel common shares. It was
unive'rsally admltted that the effort to
accumuln-te tho United States Stoel
preferred stock dlselosod tho fact that
the floating supply of the stock had
become exceedingly small, whlle much
the same Mate of affalrs was apparent
; in the United Stntes Steel common
shares nnd tho sinking fund honds. It
may be sald that thore is trustworthy
sre.aspn t.. belleve that tho buying of
'.."nitcd Stntes Stoel preferred to-day
.was very largely the result of Invest?
ment purchases for the nccount of
-Kngllsh people.
Steel nnd Cropp. ,
Tho advame ln tbo Stool stocks was
j coupled as n mnrket factor with the
Ssppearance of the governmejit's July
crop report, whlch was considered In
- AVnll Street ns bolnt, of favorable chnr
acter in vlow of tho damage to prowlng
grain admlttedly done by the wet
Weather last month.
Using as n hnsls of oompnrlsnn the
Fnme niethod of ostlmatlng tho crop as
that nflopto(1 last year?such uso helng,
of coui-.so. necessary by reason of tho
f:iot ihnt otherwlse no comparlson
would bo posrJWe, t,o-day*s ostlmntos
woro for a c.c.m\ij.ned-^prlng nnd winter
Wheat crop-cf r,_.*,,/>o fi.oo. bushels. ns
. compared wlth nn actual crop of fine.
"i.Of.o burhels
As rognrds
corn. to-day's estlmate wn. even moro
of a sort to induce optlmlsm. the p
dtctlon boinp for n crop 0f 2..7C sn-> ooo
/'^/ir ns n:TnlnRt last year's ernn of
Urn T^b,*'%Th?"*'"no
v.,t i .. flm of t,lp month Wns
IZ\ V. ""? ^vernment nt s_.r. whloh
botow tt:J?r.that of ,n;;t vonr*and *7
S;i^r . ?f a J'oar ,,c;n- h"t ns tho
present Corn arr.a ,, Incro_SO(1 . ^
thi ClZt,hnf nf n ycar a*?* ???
?fjllOTin in the Unlted Stitos i
Bonds were f|rnl. TotnTnal-^ nnrl
valuo ffS.O'iS.ooO. I'nlted it?*J i ,
inrofi -.tates bonds
UBchahged
sall. I'otni
Hvwcku to-day worn 631,500 shares.
oe-rViTV JUW 8?Mon?y on cnll
, .''J , }'2 Per cent.: rullng rnte
1 1-4. closlng bld 11-4; offered at
S x.y da^' T to'"'64 an" ??*?<*
????*' &? *P- clntP?rs,rn;o?aths
B.-j Blhor 63J-4. Mexlcan dollars ._.'
KICH-VIOND STOn. M--.ItK._T.
Itlchmond. V... Ju)y , 100
SALES- AT BOARD.
Virt.lr.la Centurles?.00 ai SO'i
IS-it _'__,/*Caro!lna Cf,**>mlcal pf
STATK SECURITIES. Bld. A.ked
S-Gi-th farolin. !s. c, 1910 o
North Carollna 6?. r, 1919. " j.S
\a. _s. Old, C. and R? ID..:1..; g? 'o.
p;enlur!e., 2-2. c. and R? 1391. ^.. ??
CITV SECURITIES.
Ftiuh.. Clty .E. e. and R. ._,._ ._
RA1LROAIJ BONDS.
^ S* .*** Sf ?* ctfe* of Iad- *18- ~'j
A. C. L. R. R. Con. Tr. . p. ct. 91
A. O. _. R. R. c-t... of Inrl. ... .2
Gf.ori.la Pa?. l?t 6b, c, 19__ 107
Georsia, Sou. and Fla., I9t_'. io'
<S- S p. ct_
ThomasBranch
& Co.
(Established lass.j
* T3SIBBR.
New York Stock Exchange,
New York Cotton Exchange.
TRIVATE WIRES TO
PRIXC1PAL MARKETS.
OFFICIAL RANGE AND SALE OF STOCKS IN NEW YORK,
' By Thomas Branch 6c Co., Bankers and Brblcer*..
Open.
8ALH*8:
300 Allls-Chalmers . 11%
200 Allls-Chalmers, pfd. _4T_
23,100 Amnlgnmated Copper.... 07%
200 Amerlcan Can. 4%
1,300 Amerlcan Oun, pfd. 60
C30 Am. Car and Foun. 37
800 Am. Car and Found., pfd 09
1.800 Amerlcan Cotton OU_ 31%
4,400 Amerlcun Locomotlve... 60%
640 Amer. Locomotlvo, pfd.. 101H
25,300 Amerlcan Smeltlng. SO..
600 Amerlcan Smeltlng, pfd. 103
300 Amerlcan Sugar.127
Amerlcan Tobacco, com. ...
Amerlcan Tobacco, pfd. ...
".a>0 Annconda Coppcr. 43
5.500 Atchlson . 82._
3C0 Atchlson, pfd. 02
."?OO Atlnntio Const I.lno . 91%
2.SCI) Baltlmore and Ohio.? 8S%
2.900 Drooklyn Rapld Translt 49._
4,900, CanndInn Pnclflc. 162..
4,810 Chesapeake and Ohlo.... 41.4
Chl. Grent Western.
3,400 Chl., Mll nnd St. Paul... 136%
325 Chl., Mll. nnd St. P., pfd. 151
1,400 Chl. an.l Northwestern. 165
C, C, C. ond St. Louis.
4,073 Col; Fuel and Iron. 20
1.700 Col. nnd Southern. 31*..
610 Col. nnd South.. lst pfd
435 Col. and South., 2d pfd.
2.4O0 Consolldated Gas.
1.600 Ocluwnre nnd Hudson.
1.050 Dlstillers* Seo. Cor.
2,300 l.rlc .
600 Krle, lst pfd. 38*/i
200 Erle, 2d pfd. 26
400 General Electrlc. 121
12,600 Oreat Northern, pfd.133%
S.10O Great Northern Ore ctfs 60
6,950 Illlnols Central. 132
Int. Metropolltan.
Hlgh. Low.
49.4
126..
162
19%
11%
34 %
69
4%
57
37<.
101
32
50%
102%
31%
43_
S3'.i
02
02
89
50
163%
42%
137%
155
153
'29%
32%
58%
50*4
127%
lt>.
35%
20
38
26
135%
134%
62%
134%
11%
34%
67%
4%
66
36%
09
31%
40%
101 Vi
80%
127% 127
ciosifin. _
Bld. Asked 84LKS
11% 11%
34%
6V(_
Open.
34%
68-.i
4%
571.
37
101
31%
50
101% 102%
81% 81%
103% 104
127% 127%
340 355
42%
._%
01%
01%
38%
49%
162%
41%
136%
154
155
'28%
31%
58%
40%
126%
161
?i-m
10%
36V.
26
134
133
60
132
100 Int. Metropolltan, pfd... 31
Inter. Mer. Marine, p.d. ,.,
Internatlonal Paper...*-?<..,
300 Internatlonal Papor, pfd. 53%
5 1,300 Loulsville and Naahvlllo 108
57% 800 Manhattan . 137
37% Metro. Street Rallway.
101% Moxlcan Central.
32 3,200 Mo.. Kan. and Tex. 28%
50% Mo., Kan. and Tex., pfd. ...
5,750 Mlssouri Paclflo. 40%
3,100 National Lead. 67%
1,300 New York Central.104%
4,700 N. Y., Ont. and Weat.... 41%
260 Norfolk and Western.... 70%
25,100 Northern Paclfic......130
600 Pacltlc Mall. 25%
17,500 Pennsylvanla .121%
450 Peoplo*3 Gas. 02%
1.670 Pre.sed Steel Car. 23%
220 Pressed Steel Car, pfd... 87
98,000 Readlng .116
1,400 Rep. Iron and Steel. 18%
1,525 Rep. Iron and Steel, pfd 6S%
1.600 Rock Island./...... 16%
137% 137% 5,500 Rock Island, pfd. 31
154% 157 200 Ry. Steel Sprlng, pfd... 07%
155% 156 1,960 SlOSS-Shoffleld . 54%
53 55 1.300 Southern Paciflc. 87%
20% 29% 1,500 Southern Rallway. 17%
32 32% 100 Southern Rallway, pfd.. 46%
5S% 59 4 .standard 011.609
50% 61 Tennessee Coppor.
1.800 Texas Paciflc. 23%.
163% 104.000 Unlon Paciflc. 148%
3o% 900 Unlted States Rubber... 25
19% 1O4.1O0 Unlted States Steel. 39%
37% 24,150 Unlted States Steel, pfd. 105%
26% 200 Va.-Car. Chemlcal. 24%
137 847 Va.-Car. Chemlcal, pfd. 100
400 Wabash . 11%
600 Wabash, pfd. 23%
100 Western Union. 63%
Total sales, 635,500 shares,
01
43%
83%
92%
91
80
40%
163
42%
6%
92
43%
83%
95
P2%
80%
49%
163%
42%
7
\ -
127% 127%
163
34%
19%
36%
25%
136
134% 134%
62 62%
133% 133%
11% 11%
CLOSING BOND QUOTATIONS.
U. ti. refundlng i's, reglstered. 10."*>_
lf. S. refundlng 2s. coupon. lO-H
l*. S. ii. reglstered. 100
l*. 8.3a, coupon. 100.;
U. S. 4s, losls'ered. 12114
U S. 45, coupon. 122'/?
Amerlcan Tobacco 4s. 72%
Amcricnn Tobacco Os. 105*)_
Atchlson goneral 4s..... 09
Atchlson ndjustmont 4s (bld). 87
Atchlson conv. 4s. *1_
Atchifcon conv. 5s. 100..
Atlantic Const Line 4. 91
Baltlmoro nnd Ohlo 4s. 98.S
Hnltlmoro nnd Ohlo 3V_s. 92
Brooklyn Rapld Translt conv. 4s. 72
Centrnl of Georgla 5s. 105
Contral of Georgla st Inc. (bld). 7t
central of Qcorprla 2nd Inc. (bld).... 46Vi
Centrnl of Georgla 3d Inc. 38V_
Cheaapeako and Ohlo 4V_s (bld). lOOVi
Chlcngo and Alton 3V_s. 64.?
Chl c_tgo, B. and Qulncy new 4s. 96
Chieago, R. I. and Paclflo R. R. 4s.... 63.J
Ga. and Ala. Con. 5s, 1945.. 98
N'or. and West. Ky.'4s, 1996- 91
Nor. and West. Ry. Pocn. 4a.. SO
Rlch. and Ban. Gold ?s, C- 106
Southern Rulhvny lst 5s, 1994. 97 ....
Western N. C. lst 6s, C. 1914., 103
.Seaboard Alr I.lne 4s, 1950.... 56 ...
S. A. L. Col. Tr. 5s. 1911. 91
RAILROAD BONDS. Par.
Atlanta and Charlotte.100 160
Atlantlc Coast Llne "A"-100 92
Atlantlc Coast Line pfd... 100 100
Atlantlc Coast Llne com..100 91
Atlantlc Coast L. of Conn..l00 190 210
Ches. and Ohlo-Nov.100 41". ...
Norfolk and Western com.. 100 70
R.. F. and P. common.100 203 ...
R.. F. and P. Dlv. Obllg...l00 193
K., F*. and P. 6 p. ct. guar..l00 230
R., F. and P. 7 p. ct. guar. .100 240
Southern Rallway pfd.100 46 ...
BANK AND TRUST CO. STOCKS.
Amerlcan National.100 134
Broad Street Bank. 25 30
Clty ...-. 25 32
Flrat National.100 220
Merchants National.100 301
National Bank ot Virginia.'.100 145
National State Bank.100 167
Pet. Savs. and Ins. Co. 20 75 ...
Planters National.100 430
Savings Bank of Richmond. 25 48
Unlon Bank of Richmond. .100 192
INSURANCE COMANIES.
Virginia Flre and Marine. 57 ...
Virginia State-.%. 33
M1SCELLANEOUS.
Amerlcan Loco. pfd. 101 ...
Amerlcan Loco. com. 50 ...
Amer. Tob. 4 p. ct. bonds. 72V_ ...
Amer. Tob. 6 p. ct. bonds.. 93 106 ...
Va.-Car Chem. pfd. S p. ct.100 99*.. 100
Va.-Car .Chem. com.100 24 ...
COTTON JIAKKETS.
NEW YORK, July 8.?The cotton market
opened steady wlth prices 2 polnts lower
on July and [email protected] 4 polnts hlgher on the rest
of thc Us tln tho face of more favorable
cables than expected. Later the cablcd news
started coverlng, and a demand from abroad
uas a factor more or less throughout tho
session. Thc local bears took profits. Spot
house. bought October and sold thn lator
months. Llv.rpool longs sold out July, but
bought October. Tho volume of buslness,
whlle not larger than yesterday, showed an
Increasa In publlc interest, and tho market
i'i Ihe afternoon hnd nn upward tendency
ln the fnee of weak spot advlccs of tho
South an.l contlnued good ^ciop accounts,
with thc close steady at a decllne of 4 polnts
or. July aml an advance of 9*5 11 polnts on
the later months. Wall Street partles cov?
ered short conliacts, and some were reported
to be buying for a further reactlon on the
theory of an oversold market wlth a crop
summary by a Southern newspaper, whlch,
lt is said as a whole, Is In most satlsfactory
shape for the season, referrlng to drought
Biid other drawbacks In localltles that led to
some uneaslness ln cotton clrclos here.
Recelpts. at the porls to-day were 4,046
bales against G.58S last week an d2,699 last
year. For' the week 55,000 bales against
35,033 lnst woek and 55.38S last year. R?
ceipts at New Orleans 1.104 balcs against
31S last year. and at Houston 1,859 bale.
ugnlnsl 172 lnst year.
Cotton futures opened and closed steady.
Open. Hlgh. Low. Close.
July . 9.40 9.40 9.26 9.3S
August . 9.27
September .
Octo-ber . 9.12
November .
Deeemb.r . 8.97
January . S.93
F.bruaey .
March . S.93
Spot cotton closed qulet; mlddling uplands,
11.20; mlddllng gulf. 11.46.
Cotton, qulet; rruddllng, 11.20; gross re
cdpis, 59 bal-'.'i; stock, "5.132 balcs.
Total to-day at all ports?Net recelpts.
4,046 balcs; export to Japan, 130 bales;
stock, SIO.'.'SO bales.
Consolldated at all ports?Net recelpts.
24.207 bales; export to Great Brltaln, 7,602
bales; to France. 770 baks; to thn Contl?
nent. 7,515 bales; to Japan. 130 bales.
T?ital since September lst at nll ports?
Nct receipts, 8.'.'56,03a bales; export to Gieat
Brltaln, 2,856,381 bales; to France, 830,031
bales; to the Contlnent, 3,251,334 bales; to
Japan, 190,121 bales; to Mexlco, 1,519 bales.
NEW ORLEANS. I.A., July 8.?COTTON?
Spots wero eniy wlth prices unchnnged; mld?
dling, 11c. Sales 460 bales on Ihe spot and
100 to arrlve. Futures opened quiel, ljt2
I polnts abovn the close yesterday. Llv.rpool
telng a little batter than cxp.cted. Pricea
were generally hlgh on complaints of too
much rnln along wlth complaints of more
than the usual damage by boll weevll. Fol?
lowing iho opening Iho scarcltv ..f offerings
also ended lu trlnglng r.bout a hlgher mar?
ket. There was llttlo chaonge in the mnr?
ket durlng thc late sesslon. and tho closo
was barely steady, wlth the actlve months
4..' 5 points above the close yesterday. Clos?
lng blda. July. 10.90; August, 10.05; Sep?
tember. 9.47; October, 9.14; November 9.0.S
December, 9.02; January, O.Ot.
RICHMOND PRODUCE MARKET.
FLOUR?Very qulet; recelpta moderate.
WHEAT?Good demand for all mllllng
wheat. Damp and onlony wheat ha-.-e to
bi- eol.l on tholr merlto.
CORN?Very dull.
OATS? Contlruib qulet but flrm.
RYE?Contlnues very qulet.
HAY?Recelpta oontlnuo very heavy; mar?
ket ov.ralockud and very dull.
SfRAW?Very dull.
? ' POTATOES?Rsceipts heavy and mnrket
qulet.
WOOL?Flrm; light rocolpla.
EGGS?Receipts heavy; market qulot.
BUTTER?Very actlve at quotalloiis; rc
f. Ipis llght.
POULTRY?Market contlnues actlve for
al". grades at prlee.i quoted.
tJ,l,??,8?"v79"'.,tl.nJ.5 llcllv*** Hsht recelpts.
*. IRGIMA BACON?Steady at unchanged
FRUITS?Apples dull unlo-a cholce to
foncy. Peache. plentiful and low. P.ara
In fair demand. Wuteirntlons comlng In
Cre.ly and raiher dull. Canten.unea i'n lib.
eral supply and very low.
RECEU'Tt? FOR THE WEEK?Wheat
In'ile I"15!!*3!* l'V'n- o:,-T22 bushels; oats!
30.83. bushels; flour, 3.697 barrels- hav
1.22S tons; mlllfeed, 120 tons.
STOCK IN l.I.EVA TOR?Corn, 2,!1D7 hush
.l?i oats. 14,04*. b.i.hels.
POULTRY?LIVE.
_, , . , , , . I'e'' pound.
*b_.rln_, clilcltei.., lur_;o... 20
Chieago. R. I. nnd Pac. R. R. col. 5s. . 65
chieago, R. I. and Pac. Ry. rfrtg. 4a.. 85i_
(*., C. C*. and St. L. gen. 4s. 9(*/_
Colorado Industrlal 6s. 64
Colorado Mldland 4s. 61
Colorado and Southern 4s. 90
Delnwarc nnd Hudson conv. 4s. 97%
Denver ind Rlo Grande 4a. 90
Erle prlor llen 4s. S0*_
ICrlo Genernl 4s. 63
Hocklng Valley 4V_s. loifi
Interborough Metro. 4V.B. 674.
Japan 4s (bld). 79
Japan 4V_s. 89*i
Japan 4V_s. 2nd serles. S9H
Loulsville and Nash. Unifled 4s (bld).. 99
Mnnhattan consol gold 4a. 99
Mexlcan Central 4a. MV.
Mexlcan Central lst Inc. (bld). 14
Mlnn. and St. Louls 4b (asked). 80
Mlssouri, Kancns and Texas 4s. 87
Mlssouri, Kan. and Texas 2nda (bld).. S3
?Nat'l R. R. of Mex. con. 4b (bld).... Sl>.
New York Centralgcn. 3*/_a..... 92
New Jeraey Central gen. 5a (bld).... 121
Sprlng chlckens, modiums. 19 I
Sprlng chlckens, small... 18
Ducks, large. 10
Ducks, small. 10
I Hms . 10
. Roosters, por plece, llve.. 30
I' Guineas, per plece, llve.. 25
BUTTER.
Cholce famlly packed. 17 _*) 18
Cholco dalry packed. 17 Q> 18
j Choice atoro packed. 17
Medlum store packed.... 17
j Pocking . 17
EGQS.
Crates. nearby, fresh lald. 16
Crates, other sectlons.... 13
Barrels and boxes. 13 _> 14
HIDps.
Dry fllnt. per lb. 9
Dry salted. per lb. 7
Green. salted. per lb. 6
Green. per lb. (S
Dry fllnt, calfsklns, lb.... 7
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES.
APPLES?Fancy, bbl. 2.00 @ 2.50
Cholce. bbl. 1.50 @ 1.75
Cloth-co-vcred, fancy.... 2.00
Cloth -sove'red, cholce_ 1.00 @ 1.50
PEARS?
Le Conte, fancy, bbl.... 3.00 (*_. 3.50
Le Conte. cholce, bbl... 2.50
WATERMELONS?
Large, per carload. 150100
Medlum, per carload. .. .100.00 (_. 125.00
Small. per carload.... 50.00 _ 75.00
CANTELOUPES?
Fancy. per crate. 1.50
Cholce. per crate. 1.00 ? 1.25
PEACHES*?
Georgla, fancy. 1.50 _*? 1.75
Georgla, cholce. 1.25
South Carollna, fnncy... 1.25 _.' 1.50
South Carollna. cholce.. 1.00
ORANOES? ,
Fancy, Valencla late... 4.50 ? 6.00
LEMONS?Maslna . 3.60 @ 4.25
FINBAPPLES?
Fancy, per crato. 1.50 @> 2.00
BLACKBERRIES?
Fancy, per 32-qt. crate. 2.50 _. 3.00
HUCKLEBERR1ES?
Por 32-qt. crates. 3.00
BLACK PEAS. Nomlnal
BLACKEYE PEAS?
No. 1. per bus. Nomlnal
No. 2, per bus. Nomlnal
CLAY PEAS?Bushel. Nomlnal
MIXED PEAS. Nomlnal
BEANfi?
Navy, No. 1 whlte. 2.00 _* 2.25
Common to cholce. 1,75 ? 2.00
Mixed, per bushel. 1.63 if 1.75
Colored .?... 1.63 <&> 1.75
POTATOES?
Virginia, fancy, bbl. 2.00 & 2.25
Virginia. choice, bbl.... 1.50 <U> 1.75
ONIONS?
Yellow, ch., sugar bbl.. 2.75
Yellow. ch.. flour bbl... 2.00 ? 2.25
Yellow. ch., small bbl.. l.i>0 ? 1.75
HAY.
No. 1 Tlmothy. 12.60
No. 2 Tlmothy. 11.00
No 3 Tlmothy. Nomlnal
Light Clover, mixed. 11.00
No. 1 Clover, mlved. 10.50
No. 2 Clover, mixed. Nomlnal
No. 1 Clover. Nomlnal
SHUCKS?Baled, comp'ed. Nommal
Raled, large bales. Nomlnal
STRAW?Compressed .... 7.30
Loose-pressed, large bls. 8.00
Load your cars so that hay at doors rep
resnnts contents. and thus avold rojectlons.
Thls market grades hay in rccordance
with the rules of the National Hay Asso?
clatlon.
FLOUR.
Winter super. 3.76 @ 2.85
Winter extra. 3.25 ? 3.50'
Winter clear. 3.60 & 3.7.
Winter stralght. J.75 @ 385
Winter patent. 4.40 @ ..60
CORNMEAL?
Clty, sacked. 87 (_> 89
Country. bolted, sacked. 83 & 85
MILLFEED?
Ship stuff. per ton. 24.00
13ran, winter. 23.00
Shlp.tufT, sprlng. 23.00
liran . 23.00
WHEAT.
Car lots.
No. 2 red. W*ern, now. 90
N*o. 2 red, Va., new. S9
No. 3 red, new. 87 ? 88
Steamer, new. 84 ? 87
Virginia, bag lots, new... 75 >ij 87
CORN.
Car lots.
No. 2 whlte. 81._
No. 3 white.'. _i
No. 2 mixed. 79
No. 3 mlxe.l . 7^
Virginia (bag lots). 80 g> 82
OATS.
. ., Car lotn.
i No. 2 mixed. 56
No. 3 mixed. ,.5
No. 2 white. _:?_
, No. 3 wdnlte. 56
'Winter >iee.d. Nomlnal
RYE.
No 2 (rar lotB). 90
No. 3 (nar lots). SS
Virginia (bag lots). 80 ? S5
COUNTRY I'ltuDUCE- WHOLESA.LH.
FEATHERS?
Llve geese, per Ib. 50
Mixed. per Ib. 40
si..'.ns? '
S'hni?/. Wh0!M,Ri9. bUB-. 11.00 ??> 12.50
Tlmothy. wholesale. 2.00 IfT) 2 ...
GEO. T. KING & CO.,
1114 East Main Street,
RICHMOND, VA,.
STOCK BROKERS.
qORRESPONDENTB,
UALPH Ai BKLKNAP,
MEMBERS
New York Con. Stock Exchange.
past i'hivati. winns.
co?assi'ONi*ir.i,scjii si._i_it___.
Northern Paclfic 4*. iOi'i
Northern Paciflc 3s.i. 72
Norfolk nnd Western con. 4s (bld.... _4',_
Oregon short Llno refundlng 4s. 90
Pennsylvanla conv. 3V_s, 1915. 92.-,
Pennsylvanla eonsol 4s. 102.ii
Readlng General 4a. 97?**
Republlc of Cuba 5s. 1 *>?"!**.
St. Louls and Iron Mountain con. 5*.. 107
St. Louls and San Francisco fn. 4s.... 66
St. Lo-uls Southwestern con. 4a. 65>_
Seaboard Alr Llno 4s. 67V.
Southern Paclflo 4s. 86V.
Southern Paclflo lst 4s (bld). 91
Southern Rallway 5s. 98V.
Texas and Paclflo lsts. 107V.
Tolodo, st. L. and Western 4s. 72
Unlon Paclflo 4a. 101
Unlon Paciflc conv. 4a. 90. i
Unlted States Steel 2nd 6a. 99
Wabash lsts. 103V.
Wabash now 4s. 61V_
Woatern Md. 4s. 70V.
Wheeltng- and Lake Erle 4s. 661.
Wisconsin Contral 4s. Sl
Orchard grass, wholes'e. 1.25 ? l.bO
Buck wheat, per bus.... 1.00 ? 1.20
O-raman mlllet, per bus 1.10 ? 1.25
BL -3WAX?Per lb. 26
CHERRIES?
Pltted (new) dry ordor.. 10 ? 10V.
WOOL? '
Tubwashcd, free of burra 22 ? 2s
Unwashed, free of burrs 20
Merlno, unwashed. 12 @ 16
Burry, 2_.Sc. per lb. less.
ROOTS?Glnseng, lb.-5.50 ? 6.75
Senlca, per lb..'. 40 ? 45
Va. snake, per Ib. 20 ? 23
May apple, per lb. 3 ? 3Vi
True pink, per lb. 20 ? 25
Wlld glnger, free of flbre 8 ? 11
Wlld glnger, natural... 6 @ 7
Virginia star grass. 10 ? 18
PEANUTS?Farmers. Ib.. 5V.? 4
BACO-T?Ham, small, new 16 ? 17
Hams, largo, new. 14 ? 16
SIdes, smoked. 10 @ 11
Shoulders, smoked. 9 ? 10
LARD?Country. prlme... 10 ? 11
FLAXSEED?Per bus.... 1.20 ? 1.40
TALLOW?Per lb. 4*4
WALNUTS? Per bus. 40
ICHICKKNS COOPS. 85 ? 90
TURKEY COOPS. 1.15 ? 1.25
EG CRATES. 45 ? 50
BUTTER BUCKETS?Doz. 2.75 ? 3.00
CATTLE MARKET.
Beet cattle, good to prlme 5 ? 6
Common to fatr. 3H? 4?_
Bulls . 3 ? 4'
Cows . ,3 <_) 414
Calves. 5 ? 6
Calves, large runners.... 4 ? 4Vi
She?p . 3 @ 5
Sprlng- lambs. 5 ? 6
lloes .L. 4"*[email protected] 5Vi
NEW YORK PRODUCE MARKET. '
NEW YORK. July 8.?FLOUR?Steady
v.Ith a llght trade. Cornmeal?.Steady. Rye
?Dull. Wh-:at?Flrm: No. 2 red. [email protected]
olevator. Optlons V_?*t_c. net hlgher. July,
&.''_c; Septomber, 96c; December, 97V.C.
Corn?Easy; No. 2. Slc. nomlnal, elevator.
Optlons lc. net hlgher. July, S.'c.; Septem?
ber. S1V.C. Oats?Steady; mixed, 56?66c.
Beet?Steady. Cut Meats?Steady. Lard
?Barely uteady. Pork?Flrm. Tallow?
Sieady. Rosin?Qulet. Turpentlne?Qulet at
4.V_c. Moia.sses?Dull. Rice?Qulet. Sugar
?>Raw, steady; fair reflnlng, $3.S9?3._2;
centrlfugal. 96 test, .4.39?4.42; molas.es
sugar. ,[email protected]: reflned. steady. Coffee?
Qulet; Rlo, No. 7. 6 6-16..; Santos. No. 4,
8..C.; mlld, qulet; Cordova. 9.iQ.12Via
Futures net unchanged to 5 points lower."
Butter?Firm; creamcry speclals, 23c;
cxtras. 22V_c; thlrd to flrst, 19?22c. Checso
?Steady and unchanged. EggB?Flrm; west?
ern. fir.ts, [email protected]; seconds, 17?17'-_c.
Frelghts and Peanuts?Unchanged. Potatoes
?Flrm; southern, No. 1, por barrel, 42?
3.60; do.. culls, 75c?.1.26. Cabbage?Steady
and unchanged. Cottonsood Oil?Eas yundcr
absence of bull support. Prlmo crudo, noml?
nal; prlmo summer yellow. 47V.C; off sum?
mer yellow. 42V_?45._c; good off summer
yellow, 42(S>45c: prlme whlte. 48*[email protected];
liime winter yellow, 48V_?49c
CHICAGO GRAIN MARKET.
CHICAGO. July 8.?Wheat prices on the
local exchange advanced sharply to-diy.
owing to the bulllsh show of the government
report. At the close Septoinbur dellvery
showed a galn of ._? .ic, Corn was a shnde
highcr. Oats were .ic lower, and provlslons
v. ere 2'[email protected] lower to 2>,_c. hlgher.
Leadlng futures ranged as follows:
Open. Hlgh. Low. Close.
WHEAT?
?July . 86._ 88% 86V_ 8S*i
Sept. 87% S9 Vs 87V1 88%
Dec. (old). S9V? 90% S9'_ 90>.
Dec. (new)- S3V. 00.. 89 90V_
CORN?
July . 71% 72**_ 71.i 721J
Sept. 72 73Vi 72 72%
O^c. 61-J. 62;_ 61._ 01,.
May . Cl.j G2 V. 51>_ 61 V_
OATS?
Jt.ly (old). 48 48V4 47 V. 48
July (new)- 46V_ 47.1 46V_ 47 V.
hopt. 40,4 41V_ 40V4 40V_
P?c. 41-jg 42V4 41V. 41*).
May . 43->_ 44 42**. 43V
MESS PORK?Por bbl.
July .15 77 15.62 15.57 15.52
Sept.15.65 15.75 13.60 15.70
Oct.15.67 16.85 15.07 16.76
LAUD?Per 100 lbs.
July. . 9.37 9.37 9.37 9.37
Sept*. . 0.45 9.47 0.40 9.47
Oct. 9.50 9.57 9.50 9.55
SHORT R1BS?Per 100 lbs.
July. 8.60 8.65 S.60 8.62
Sept. S.75 8.80 8.70 8.77
Oct.S.SU 3.85 ' S,S0 8.S2
Cash quotatlons were as follows: Flour?
Sieady. No. 3 sprlng wheat, 33c.?.1.08; No.
2 red. S8*4?89V.c; No. 2 corn, 73?73V_c; No.
2 yellow, 74Vlc; No. 2 oats. 32V.C; No. 3
whlte, 52?36c: No. 2 rye, 72?73c; fair. lo
cholce maltlng barley, [email protected] Flaxsoed?:
No. 1 northwost.rn, $1.23.',, Short rlbs, sides
lloosoi, $8.37 rr?.S.75; mess pork. per barrel,
.15.50? 15.6.; lard por 100 pounds, ,0 37;
short clear sides (boxed). ,8.S7iy 3.00. V. ilis
Uty, basls of hlgh wlnes?Not q.oted. Re
ctlpts?Wheat, 232,100 bushels; corn. 147,000
bushels; oats, 333,500 bushels. Shlpmonts?
Whcal, 13,000 bushels; corn, 44*S.000 bushols:
oals. 251,000 biisheln. Butter?Markot was
steady; cteamerles, 18 _?ai">_,9.-. dalrles, 17?
2'c. Eggs?Firm; at mark, casoa lncluded,
Uc.: fl-.sts, 17c; prlmo flrsts, 13c. Choesc?
Stcnd yat 10 Vi ? 11 Vjo,
BALTIMORR, MD., July S.?FLOUR?
I-'nsler; wlnlor patents, S4.33(i. 4.45; sprlng
pnt.-nts, .5.20 _i5.45. wheat?Easy; spot,
contract, 90V_<&90?,_c; do,, do., No. 3 red,
wctt-rn, 92',.tr,-'J2*;c; new, southern hy sam?
ple. 77-f.87c. Corn?Flrm; spo', mixed. 79V'i
?-?' 7fi*iic.; No, 2 whlte, 82V. ?52 **_o. Oats?
Klrm; No. 2 mixed, 57?57Vic Rye?Steady;
No. 2 western, export, 88?89c. Butter?
Flrm and unchnnged; fancy Imltntlon, 20?
21c; do? oroamory, 25c,; do? ladlo, 19i.20c.:
siorc packed, 17V5?18_, Eggs--Stendy aud
uiirhnnged ut 17? 17V.C, Choe.e?Flrm and
unchanged; now. large, I'-'Vic; do., flnln,
l*.V_c,; do,, small, 12*JJo. Kugar?Unchanged.
Coarae granulated and flne, .5,ti0.
RICHMOND GRAIN MARKET.
Rlohmond, Va,, July 8. 1908.
WHOLESALE QUOTATIONS ON 'CHANGE.
WHEAT?Car lots.
No. ,2 rod, wo.te.h. ? 93
No. 2 rod, Virginia. ? 02
No. 3 red. 30 ? 91
Sleniner . 88 ? 90
Vlrgliil- (bag lots). 7b ? 90
C0ltN?_-Car lots.
Nn, 2 whlte. SS J.
?*-.... 3 wliito.,,--,. _a I
CATTLE MARKETS.
CHICAGO, July S_CATTLE?Reeelpts
about 15,000 head. Mnrket steady, 10 5.15.:.
lower. C'owa, .B.40.,5.60; hclfors, J4.30?
6.00; bulls, .1.50.1'.',.23; calves, .5.40.16.25;
Btockers and feeders, J3.7Dff5.tr.. Hogs?
Recelpts about 38,000 head. Markot gener?
ally 10d. lowur. Cholce, heavy shlpplng,
S'*.6O?6.70; butchers, $6.65?6.70; llght, mix?
ed, .,6.30^0.40; cholce, llght, *_6.40 ??.;.,*.;
piKB, _4.50?6.00. Sheep?Recelpu about 15,
000 head. Markot weak. Sheep, *J4?4.60;
lambs, S6?7.25; yearllngs, $4,50?6.60,
NEW YORK, July 8.?BEEVES?Recelpt.
1,363 hear], Steer., $4.30?7.50; atngs, 13;
bulls $3?4.65; cows, $1.50?3.b0. Calves?
Recelpts, 3,01V hoad. Venli. $B?7.B0; a few
at $7.73; oulls. $4?4.50; buttormllks, $3 JO?
4.00. Hhcep nnd Lambs?Recelpts, 6,667
head. Sheep, $3?4.60; lambs, $4.76?7.1B.
Hogs?Recelpta, 3,498 head. Feellng: woak.
. RICHAIOND TOBACCO MARKET.
RIchmond, Va., July 8. 1908.
Tobsccn; Dnrk Flred?Recelpta contlnue
very llght nnd market atrong; very ll'tlo
dolng. Brlghts?Unchanged; flrm; llght re?
celpts. Stin-Cured?Senson about over and
recelpts very llght. Market qulet at un?
changed prices: llttlo or nothing dolng.
DARK FIRED.
LUffO.$7.00 ?$9.00
Short leaf. 9.00 ? 10.00
Long leaf. 10.00 ? 14.00
Wrappers . 12.00 ? 20.00
BRIOHTS.
SMOKERS?Common .$ 8.00 @$ 9.50
Medlum . 10.00 - ? 11.50
Flne. 12.00 ? 13.00
CTTTTERS?Common . 11.00 ? 12.50
Medlum . 13.00 ? 14.50
F'ne . 16.00 ? 18.00
Fancy . 18.00 ? 20,00
FILLERS?Common . 9.00 ? 11.00
Medlum . 11.50 @ j___
Oood . 13.00 ?14.50
Fine . 14.00 ?16.00
WRAPPERS?Common .... 15.00 ? 17.00
Medlum . 18.00. ? 20.00
Oood . 3G.O0 ? 30.00
J"'ne .32.50 ? 37.50
Fancy . 40.00 ? 45.00
8UN-CURED.
Lugs. common to good.$ 6.E0 ?$ 6.50
Lugs, good to prlme. 6.50 ? 9.50
8hort leaf. 8,50 ? 10.00
Long leaf. 10.00 ? 15.00
Wrappers . 11.60 ? 35.00
MTSCELLA..EOUS MAKKET8. (
PETERSBURG PEANUT MARKET.
(Reported by Rodgera, McCabe _ Co.)
PETERSBURG, VA., July 8.--FBANUT8:
Steady at $1.07Vi per bushel; rocelpts llght.
Vlrglnlas?Steady at 4V4?4V4c for fancy
l\^'' ,2.;f,hlno D|clted' 3V_?4c; shcillng
siock, 3?3._c.
DRY GOODS MARKET.
NEW YORK. July S.?The day wss slow
ln the dry goods market. although many
buyers wero ln looklng about. Knlt goods
S?t>inr"f ar*s b.,fnnlnF t0 order sprlng goods.
Satln-faced sllk goods are belng orderod wlth
consldorable freedom for fall, and tho vogue
for thom appoars to bo sprca.ling. Cotton
r'er_.faar? 80"lne ?lowI>'- but prices are Ir
NAVAL STORES.
WILMINGTON. N. C. July 8_SriRITR
^kfEpT'.N'E^StCa,dy ? "Hc recelp" ^
casks Rosin?Stoady at $2.50; recelpts. 2S I
barre s. Tnr?Flrm at $1.60; recelpts. 23
i-Vnn ";^Cr?U,d-'. TurPen?'ne-Steady at $2.70
?*OAi.??d?,!*lV5i,rece|Pt?' S6 barrels.
SAVANNAH, GA., July 8.?TURPENTINE
7V",?rm B.1 39c*: ??''*. 1-300 caska; recelpts
V.r^,.Ca8?k,S: ?h,'5?'e"t8- ?2 <*a"k8. Rosin?
h.n..'. ai'.*' 3*,a0 barrels; recolpts. 3.186
harrels; shlpments. 345 barrels, stock, 111,
862 barrels. Quote: A, B, C. $2.80?2.S5.
MARINE "TNTEI.LIGENCE.
PORT OF RICHMOND. JULY S. 1908.
ARRIVED.
^i?te^,mCr brandon. Harney. Norfolk. mer?
chandlse and passengers. Old Domlnlon Llno.
SAILED.
steamer Brandon. Harney. Norfolk. mer
chandlse and passengers. Old Domlnion Llne.
t.i. i.amer P?e?hontaa. Graves. James River
Iandlngs and Norfolk. merchandlse and pas?
sengers, Virginia Navlgatlon Company.
TfinffPOBT.
Bradstreet'-s Saturday will say for
Richmond and. vicinity:
Trade, as a whole. shows slight Im.
provement over a comparatlve period
of last month. IVholesalers of dry
goods are recelvlng fair. orders for^
shipment, and they antlclpate Increased
sales a8 the season advances. Stock
of merchandlse generally are depleted,
nnd consumptlon has necessarlly eaused
an Increased demand. however con?
servatlve buying contlnues a featurr.
Dealers in oils. palnts. hardware and
building material report Increased
sales. A stronger demand for leather
Is noted. Protluco Is dull, except In
carload shlpments to resorts and North?
ern markot--. The frult crop through?
out Virginia is reported good. Whc-.-t
Is belng threshed and the yleld and
quality are reported good. Cotton,
vorn and tobacco crops contlnue ln
excellent condition throughout Vir?
ginia and North Carollna. In some
sectlons, however. storms have been
dipnstrous to cotton.
Retall trnde Is at its end-season dull?
ness. Owlng nartlv to many bllls be
comlng duo tht- flrst of this month,
collections show improvement.
-
CANADA'S WWF.AT CI.op
I.ATtfi!.n THAN LAST YKl'l
"VVINNIPFO. July 8.? After a enref-l
revlew nf the. crop situation In "West?
ern Cnnnda, the l*-ndtn_ rnHti-nv' c=t!
mnte the total whont yleld In "Wo. tei n
Canada will he 12r.,000.ono bushelr. otj
an avernge of twentv bushols to tho
acre. Last year's whent cron was SO.
000.000 bushels of wheat. Slxty-seven
mlllion bushels were exported. It Is
estimnted that 100.000,000 thls season
will be available for export.
ANNUAL MEF.TING MYSTIC SIIRINE,
St. I'ntil, Mlnii., .fllly l'Jth-IStli.
For the above occasion ChesapoAke1
ar.d Ohio Rallway will sell tlckets from
Richmond, Va., to St. Paul and return
July 9th to 12th Incluslve. -wlth return
limlt leavlng St. Paul not later thair
Julv 26th, nt rato of $10.50.
Through Pullman sleepers vHl leavo
Richmond ? P. M. July lltli vla Cln?
cinnati -\nd Chieago. Reservatlons
therein can be secured of Mr. S. H.
Bowman, No. 808 E. Maln Street, Rlch- |
mond, Va. |
I.. rtcest Stock,
Ri-wt AriNortiuriit,
I.tivt'c-Kt Prlccn.
WOOinV.AHI) ?& SON, Klchmonil, Va.
Cut Price Sale MEN'S OXFORDS
HU E. UUOAD.
SKE 1V1NDOW DISPLAY.
LONG DLSTANCE! PHONE 481
R. L Barnes Safe & Lock Co.
Manuiaotiir..* of lllgh-Grnd-. Htunilnrd
Safea and Vaulta.
Kftotorlos Nos. 1 nnd 2 Trlgg Ship Yards.
Offlcea and' Bhow Rooms,
11-13-15 North Fonrleenth Strt*t,
Kiehmond, Va.
^(nanctal. __ jftoanctal.
W, M. HABLISTON, Prtsst. J. VV. ROTHEUT, Vico-Prout.
JOHN O. WALKER, 2d V.. Prest. A.VDRB.W M. OLOVER, CttshUr.
Broad StreetBanK
STATE AND CITY D_POSITORY.
Capital, $200,000. Surplus, $50,000
530 East Broad Street.
AT YOUR SERVICE.
We extend to you a cordial invitation to open an account
with this Bank. We shall be glad to place at your service
every facility that a careful, conservative Bank may offer,
either in the form of commcrcial accounts subject to check,
or a savings account paying 3 per cent. interest.
Drafts and letters of credit issued available in all parts
of thc world.
Travelers, Exporters and Importers
Will Find It to Their
Advantage to Consult the
First National Bank
of Richmond, Va.,
before taking a trip at>road, buying or selling foreign
exchange. Travelers' Checks, Letters of Credit and
our own drafts, available all over the world, issued
without delay.
Banking House 1104 East Main
The National Bank of Virginia.
Richmond, Virginia.
INVITES FIRMS, CORPORATIONS and INDIVID
UALS TO OPEN ACCOUNTS WITH IT
Ita management Ib sound.
Its n. -'.hods are otlcal, courteous and llberal.
It handles out-of-town items at lowest cost.
It pays 3 per cent. Interest aeml-annually on moneys placed ln IU
Savings Department.
Wrlto, phono or call ln person. We would be pleased to consult
wlth you.
Corner Eleventh and Main Streets.
Commonwealth Bank.
12 North Ninth Street, Rlcbmonit, Vn.
Capital, - $200,000.00
STRONG, CONSERVATIVE, PROCRESSIVE.
Liberal Accommodations Extended on Business Accounts
We Pay _?. O/q on Savings Deposits.
H. Lw DENOON. President. W. L. WALTERS. Cashier.
S. E. WALTERS. Asslstant Cashier
Bank of Comnierce
and Trosts
PTH AND MAIN STREETS.
Capital, - $200,000.00
I)e|>UHltoi. for thn State of Vlrtfnla and Clt>
of I.i.liinond.
Solicits accounts of Indlvlduals, flrms an>l
corporatlo.is.
3 hor cent. Interest allowed on savings ac?
counts.
Authorlzed by charter to act as Executor
Ii<glstrar. Gunrdlan. Rocelvor. etc.
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BY THB
Life Insurance Co. of Virginia
"ti dealrabl. located buslness or residence
i>roperty For terms and comllilons call ot
a; nddress
. J. T. LAWRENCE,
HOME OFFICE. CCIIMOM). VA.
$AVINGS
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Safe?Broad---Oid?Reliable
1117 E. Main St.
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Bankers and Brekers,
RICHMOND. - - VIROINIA.
For Sale, A-l 6c/o Secimly.
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BANKERS,
1115 East Jialn Street.
Members Nev. VciK Stoclt Exchange, Now
Vork Cotton Wrchango and Chieago Doa.' 1
of Tra'a
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Wo want overy man and woman
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wlthout tho use ot the knlfe or by
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We Guarantee Our Cures.
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" 1013 ?>?. Maln Streel,
-fUCUUIOMi.VIB-IMA
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i
It "takes more than a year to
| settle up the average estate?evert
i a small one. But an estate that
consists of a policy, or policies,
in the Equitable Life is settled
and the money paid twenty-four
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for the prompt payment of death
clairns and the prompt settlement
of maturing* policies uncqualed by
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in the world.
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you're nmliln/, nn Innurnnce con
frnct to protect your famlly or
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ItlCIIMOXD, VA.
Equitable Life Assurance Society
Strongest in the World.
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Bank of Richmond
Niath and Main Streets.
Capital and Surplut
$1,475,000
OF RICHMOND. VA.
Capital, - ..'-'. $400,000
Surplus and Undivided Profits, $150,000
Would be pleasnd to receive the accounts
ot corporatlons, flrms and Indlvlduals.
Interest ullowed on depoplts ln Savings
Department.
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E. B. ADD1SON, Vlce-Prosldent.
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