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III STOCK MARKET
{Tinprovcd Scntimcnr. Js Discloscd
, by Great Gains of Ycs
tcrdav.
SECURITIES ADVANCING
{supremc Court Decision in Fam
ous Tobacco Casc Ex
pcctccl T o-Morro\v.
Kew York, January 2?.?In thc stock
markot to-day n dlstlnctly better tone
prevalled. Mott Bccurltles closod the
day with an advance, but the great
goln of the gesBlOn was in the Improv
od sentlmcnt. It some qtiartrrs a dc
r-.islon ls expectod in the Suprcmc Court
Monday ln tho tobacco cascs. , Tf not
annonnced then tho declslon cannot be.
made publlc for three weeks, as the
rourt -wlll take a vacatlon. This tobac?
co declslon promlses to bc thc hingo
r>f thc market. There ls every reason to
espect that even though It. goes agalnst
the company the court wlll point out n
way to eotnply witb the law as was
done in the cuse of the coal roarle. Tho
goneral outlook has Improved rnateri.il
ly. espocially ln rcgard to busincss.
Money is a drug and the case of money
1:. worrylng the stock market loaders,
for they say lf busincss were better
money ought to be tlghter. I
The bank statement showcd a mod
rrate increase in cash. Wall Street had |
r aentimental journey toward Ipw
prices last week. Flrst lt was fear of
Taft, latcr lt was sorrow for thc suf
fering in France. Then the street re
membered how the poor cotton plant
ers had been deprlved of mllllons
through the crop disaster, and at the
end it was a debate between the hlgh
cost of llvlng and the cost of hlgh llv?
lng. Whlle the street was in sorrow,
rollicklng sailors of the Rock Island
crow sold stocks merrlly and had a
club for every head that showcd ltself
above the waters of llquldatlon.
I.ov?c? in Fronce.
Losses ln the French llood are estl
mated at from 5300,000 to $1,000,000.
Including Wull Street. There was no
doubt that thousands of shares of
Mocka were sold. elther dlrectly for
FUffercra or by bankers who knew
the sufferors would soon bc selllng.
As in the case of the San Franclsco
rarthquake, altempts were made to
bellttle the Importance of tho selllng i
to result from the disaster, but the |
liistory of Wall Street shows that i
every vast money loss of thls kind |
impresses itself on the sccurlty mar?
kets ot the world.
While paying attention to the French
losses. the publlc suddenly remembered
that the cotton planters had, by reason |
of only recelvlng 10.000,000 bales of |
cotton, where 14.000,000 bales had been
cultivated, sustalned an actual money
loss of at least $HSO,000,000.
It ls true the 10.000,000 sold in the
publlc market for as much as 14,000,
000 would have brought, but tho dam
Hglng featuro of the sltuation is that
the excesslve cost of cotton went to
merchants and not to the worklng
men. who would havo shared in tho
?wases necessary to plck the 4,000,000
bales of cotton and turn lt Snto cloth
ing.
llnlt in ProBperlty.
Thus the ttock markets have reallr
been forced to facc the detlnitc and
actual loss of say $600,000,000 at tho
least. These losses coiae at a tlmo
when there ls a halt. in the march of
prosperlty. This halt ls probably due j
to the excesslve haste that waa made
ln the last montb of 1009, and- prob-j
ably would havo corae had everythlng'
rem'alned there intact. But it glvcn an
excuse to blame innoccnt persons with
intentlons thoy never had. ,
Presldent Taft finds himself respon
Tlblc in Wall Strcet eyes for uneas
iness on the part of Investors. Tho
investors had no Idea of being scaredl
by Presldent. Taft's cumpafgn untll |
they dfscovered that Wall Street had
been llquidating freely under the falsc
protonso of buying stocks. Hundreds
of thousands of shares were borrowed
by banklng lnterests and sold in No
vember and December. Thc lcadlng
bankers decHved somo ot' their best
customers lu order to find a market
for their perscnal holdlngs. The re?
sult is a loss of confldence, not In
Taft, or In the country, but ln the
"Wall Street leadershlp.
In the Street the numbor of shares
told to-day was 319,162; a ye;ir ago
421,287. Par value of bonds sold to
day, Sl,57G.0^i/a year ago, $2,1.",4.000.
Charles ,M. Scbw-atf, presldent,of the
Bethlehem Steel Corporatlon, said to-[
day that there had been a let-iip' ln
the steel buslness, which had been e'.\
pected, as tli^re is alwaya a falling
off ln January. Ho considers the out?
look good.
A stock dlv'dc-nd of 3S 1-3 per cent
was declared to-day by dlrectors of
tho International Harvestcr Company.
Tbis wus unnounced nearly two weoka
ogo.
Business cn tho curb market to-day
was quicf. . The copper stocks that
aro to bo included in the glant mer
ger were firrri. Heavlest dealings were
in F.ay Consolldated, Mlaml Copper,
Kerr Lake. Giroux and Boaton Copper
and Bratlen Copper.
New York, January 29.?Money on
cail nominal, Time luans duli" and
Bteady;; .-Ixty days, ;;:;-i per cent.,
and nlnety days, ::::-i'? i per cent.;
slx months, [email protected] 1-1 per cent.
Close Prlmc tnercantllo papcr,*4 1-2
t.j ., per cent, Sterllng exchange stea'dy,
with actual bueinesi in bankers" bllls
at S4.S!J&S4.S3.T5 lor slxty-day bllls,
and at SIM..2.I lor domand. Commerclal
l.iiu $4.84 [email protected],3-S. Bar silver
D2 1-J. Mexlcan dollar's 44.
RICHMOND STOCK MARKET.
Riciimond, Va., January ?), igjo. I
STATE SECURITIES. Bid. Askud. |
North Carolina !s, C. 1910. 99
Virginia Ss, Old. <_\ und lt., 1932_ 90 'jj
Ccnturies, 2-Z, C. and lt? 1381... 90?i 81
CITY SECURITIES.
Richmond city m, i:., iajo-1930.... 100 ioO"i
Rich. City 4s, c- and i:., 1938-13*0.. 100 ..."
RAIWtOAD BONDS.
A. C. h. R. R. Con. Tr. 4 n. ,.-.... 3|
?? '-?? I- lt- R. Cfta ,., mu la... 100
( . and O. l:. and A. Gcn'l m ii- io1
UeorBta PacMc 1st 6s, C. -.'..."': 113 ',',[
Cforuia. hou. and Fltt., IJi;.. ;cs
(ia. und Ala. Con, us, 1943.'. icit !!!
Norfolk und YVc-su-rn Ry. <b. 1936.. 9s
Nor. ano West. lly. Poca. Ib. I'JU. s.'i
ntch. and Dan. ijold Es, (j. i'j;-, ^5
t'outhcrn Rallway Isi 6e, 1991. 108 '.'.'.
.So. rt. Dc-v. a. M. la A. !'?;.;;.... go
VVo?tarn N. C. lat 6?, 1 . :;.n. m '.'.'.
STREET RAILWAY UO.VDs.
Nor. r.y.'iu.d LlgUt 1st Ca, 1913... ns
^ a. rty, and Power po, 5?, r.-;.i... i?? m
^a. I....C. rt, dov, i?t Mon. ;,b. 193
STREET hV. BIOOXB. Par.
Norfolk Ry, and i.iiriit Co. ;; 01 .1
Thomas Branch & Co.
;r:5t4bli?!ied 183S?
MEMBERS
New York Stock Exchange
New York Cotton Exchange
Private Wirea to
Principal Markets
Official Range and Sale of Stocks in New York
11
60] t,
62 %
SALES:
.? . Open.
1(0 Amer. Affrl. Chera. Co... 44%
Allfs-Chalmern .
100 AUls-Chnlmors, pfd. 48
13.IVO Amalsnmated, C'oppor ... Sl'.n
W0 American Can .
100 American Can, pfd... . .
650 Amer. Cnr nnd Koundry. i
Ainor. Cnr nml oFun.. pfd ..
(W) Arnorlcan Cotton OII.
400 American Ijocomotlvo ...
Amcr. Ijticomotlvc, pfd.
.0,200 American Smcitinp. ot
600 Arnorlcan Rect Stigar. :w%
200 American Sugrar .*12?%
S00 Amcr. Tcl. nnd Tel. Co... 137'i
15 Arnorlcan Tobacco, com
136 Arnorlcan Tobacco, pfd.
6,200 Anaoondn Copper .
7,400 Alcliison .
Atlantic Coast Llno.
A. C. L. of Connectlcut.
41 A. C. U of Conn. war'ts.
1,20f> Bnltlmoro and Ohlo.
1.200 Brooklyn Rapid Translt
4<t> Canadlan Paciflc .
1,000 Central T,eather . 41
:"..<00 Chesapeake and Ohlo.... 84
400 Chlcago Great "Western.. 31
Clj|. Great West., pfd.
P.lfO Chl.i Mll. nnd St Patil... 147%
400 Chlcago and Northwest.. lf>77^
1,700 Colorado Puel and Iron. 38%
100 Colorado nnd Southcrn.. 67%
Col. and South., ist pfd.
Col. and South., 2d pfd.
7,423 Consolldated Gas . 142%
195 Cruolble Steel . 16',
100 Cruciblc Steel, pfd'.. SO
100 Delaware and Hudson... 175
1,000 Dcn. and Rlo Gran., com. 42%
Den. and Rlo Gran., pfd. ...
nistlllers' See. Cor.
4,550 Krlo . 29%
ErJc, 1st pfd.
100 Fed. Min. nml Sm., pfd.. S3V5
100 General Blectric . 153
By THOMAS BRANCII & CO., Bankcrs and Brokora.
Bld. Asked. HAXiBS:
Closlng
JDS
61' U
110%
160
, 115%
1S0
HlKh
41"/.
46
82%
ll'i
62?
02%
37
1C2H
137'<j
39S
SM4
117%
1C0
116%
73%
1S0
41
?5
31%
14ST
16St>
R71
] i.V
S9
175
43
S3?
153
I-ow.
?H%
4(1
SOTi
11
(.0%
62
J22
1:17
60%
110
160
115%
t47y,
1SJ*
38%
142%
IrtVi
46
13%
4R
K
11%
78
(f>%
120
62
63
114
91%
37%
121% 122U
137VS 187%
590 4fld
92<" 03%
61% 61%
4-1%
12%
42
81 tt
11
76
65
117
61%
62%
112
116%
128%
160
116
40%
86%
B0%
5$ia
148%
168
39%
117
128%
270
170
ii6v;
73%
1S0
41
KV%
31%
60
14S%
159
39%
16';
88%
17,-.
42%
.S0
32%
29%
81
146%
16%
$0
17S
43
S0%
Opon.
2,337 Great Northern, pfd... 135%
200 Great Northern Oro ctfs 71
230ininols Central .114%
2.G00 Int. Motropolltnn . 21%
Int. Motropolitan, pfd.. 60
Internattonal Papor .
100 InL Paper, pfd. 67
100 Kan. City South., com.. 3s%
200 Kansas Clty South., pfd GW
300 IiOulHVille and Nashvlllo 145%
1,700 Mo., Kan. and Tcxas.... 42%
Mn., Knn. and Tox., pfd. ...
700 Mlssourl Paclflo . 69
600 Nationnl Ijead . ?3%
4,100 New York Central.U9
N, V., Ont. and Western ...
300 Norfolk and Western... 97%
1.900 Northern Paclfic .136
100 Paciflc Mail . 33
21,820 Pennsylvnnin. ..,,.133%
1,760 People's Gas .109%
200 Presscd Steol Car. 43%
Pressed Stcel Car, pfd.
200 Ry. Stool Sprlng, com.. 42%
74,600 Roadlnp . 157%
1,600 Republlc Iron and Steel 37%
.".no Republlc I. and S., pfd.. 101
2,OT Roclc Island . 41%
100 Roclt Isl.ind. pfd. 83
Sloss-Shefflcld .
24,800 Houthern Paciflc.ns%
1.900 Southern Rallway . 29%
100 Southorn Rallway, pfd.. 67%
27 Standard Oil .641
100 Tenncssee Coppcr . 35
Tcxas Paciflc .-.,.... ...
65,710 Unlon Paclllc .
1.000 Unlted StateH Rubber... 43%
102,000 Unlted Statos Steol. {3%
100 Unlted States Steel, pfd 123%
400 Va.-Cnr. Chemlcal . 51%
Va.-Car. Chemlcal, pfd.
400 Wabash . 21%
3,500 Wabash, pfd. 48 '
709 Western Unlon . 71
Total sales for day, 427,200
Total sales for week. 6.921
HlKh.
ias%
74%
144%
21%
C0
7.7
38%
CO
140%
4314
69%
84%
119-1!
110
43"j
43
100
101
42'i
188%
4i
S4%
123",
I.ow.
i '?''?.
H
143
21! i
1461,
42%
71
= hare.=.
ix> Fhare
43V
i;s%
r9i lj
67%
611
43?i
WH
'51%
'H Vt
43
71
67
38
68 tt
145
42 Ti
71%
69
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UO'.i
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97",
137
33!i
133%
110
43
103%
43
169%
37%
101
41%
82
77%
1?%
20%
67
640
34%
31%
1*7%
44
84
123% 124'
61% 52
116 123
21% 21%
48% 4%
71 71%
CLOSING BOND OUOTATIONS
?nmencan Tobacco 4s. 7,
American Tobacco 6s. j06?
Atchlson conv. 4s. Il6i
Atchlson conv. Bs.jtyi
Atlantic Coast Llne 4s. 85
Brooklyn Tranalt conv. 4a.. . . 04
C?ntral ot Goorgla 5s.!!.'!!! 10S5
Chcsapcakc and Ohlo ref. 2s..'.' 1031
Chlcngo, B. and Qulncy gen. 4s.. 931
Chlcag-o. R. I. and Pac. R. R. col. 6s.. 1021.
Chlcagro. R. I. and Pac. Ry. rfg. 4s. 91>|
Colorado and Sou. ref. and oxt. 4jifl.... 3S
Va. Ry. and Power Co. pfd.,.,100 83 70
Va. Ry. and Powor Co. com....l00 224 27;j
RAILROAD STOCKS. Par.
Atlantic Coaat Llne pfd.100 123
Atlantic Coast Llne cora.100 123
Chesapeakc and Ohlo... .N0V...I1O Rj
Norfolk and Wcsteni com.100 ?T
Rlch.. Frcd. and Pot. com.100 2S3 ...
R., F. and P. Dlv. Oblig.100 2S0
Fouthcrn Rallway pfd.100 67:,i ...
Southern Rallway com.100 29
BANK AND TRUST CO. STOCKS.
American Natlonal.1C0 170
Broad Strcet Bank. a 3S',i ...
Bank of Riciimond.100 127 " 130
Flrst Natlonal.100 500 " .'!'.
Merchanta Natlonal.100 575
Natlonal Bank of Vlrglnla.100 190 ...
Natlonal stato Bank.100 190
Pet. Savs. and Ins. Co.20 SO ...
Plantcra Natlonal.100 525
Havtngs Bank of Richmond.... 23 62 ...
Union Bank of Richmond.60 200 ...
>.rginla Trust Company.100 105
INSCRANCE COMPANIE3.
Virginia FIre and Marlne. 25 67
MISCELLANEOUS.
Va.-Car. Chem. pfd. S p. ct.,.100 122 122U
Virginia-Car. Chem. com.100 63
Va.-Car. chem. 1st Mon. 5s, 1523.. 95
Quotatlons for lntcrest-paylng bonds aro
at a pricc, to which Interest n'.ust bo ada
ed. Incomo bonds and certlttcaies of lndebt
edness are flat.
COTTON MARKETS.
New Tork. January 29.?Southern acliing
orders encouraged a ronowal of local bear
prcasuro in the cotton maruot during to
day's lato tradlng, und prices had a ahurp
break fro.n the cloelng ngures of last nlght
with tho close casy at a nct decline of 160
23 points.
Tho oronlng was oasy at a decline of I
points 011 January and of [email protected] points on
tho gentra! 11st ln reaponse 10 d*eappoini
lng cables. Local profeaslonals considcred
tliat tho bulllbh week-end flgurcs had been
dlscouutcd by the advanee ot" Friday, but
thcrc was some tradc suppon and u little
covorlng, bnsed upon ihe stanstlcal poeit'on
aud larger spot sales in tlio 1,'verpool mar
kot, which served to absoio olTcrlnsa at
about the Inltlal ngurcs during the llrsi few
mlmjtes, Thero was, however. 110 s'sn of
aggresalva bull sui>port, and latcr ln the
mornlng solllng orders from Southern
sourccs ovldontly crcated an apprchension
lliat the Interior spot sltuatlop. might be
iveakening, or that tho South was go'ug
ihort on prospects of a b'lg new crop acre
i?e this sprltig. At any rato the South
tn seillng was fol'.owed by greater contl
lence 011 the short slde nmong local profes
lonals, .offorlngs and became more general,
top-Iu3s orders were uncovered. and tho
narktt broko shnrply with March contracts
clllng off to 14.21 und May to 11.33. Tho
:.>m was.nt tho lowcst levol of thc day, and
bout 3.KJ33 po|nt8 bclow the hlgh ievel
opprtod. iyestcrday. Privato cables ttr'
uted tho largbr spot sales In tho Llvor
ool market to the und of thc month "llx
ig." and, geiicrnl speaking, there scenia
j b.j rather a rupid distrlbutlon golng for
?ard 01 cotton lield ln tha visible Bupply at
Ile var'OUS large centres of aecuniulollon.
.nother 7.0CO bales wore cxported irom tho
>cal stock to.day, and it appears lhat u
ood deal of tho hedged cotton purehascd
:?- .milla during th,e recent ECDiisational do
llne 1b now belng Bblpped out. youthcrn
pot markets offlctully reportcd early were
nchanged to Uc. blgher, but it was ex
cctcd lhat thc larger markets later In tho
ay would make a loss salisfactory show
Recolpts at the ports to-day wero 10,000
alcs agalast S.05S last week nnd D1.067 last
car. For thc week 1CO.C0O bnlc-s ugalnst
13,002 last week Hnd 253,627 last year. To
ny's recolpts at Now Orlcans 2,100 balea
galnst 131,413 laat ycar, and ui llouiiton
H7.7 bales agaiiiBt 5,911 last ycar. j
Cotton futures opcncil and closcd casy.
Open. Hlgh. Low. Close.
anuary .ll.ls li.-is 14,34, 11.24
Vbruury . 14.31
larch .14.43 11.43 14.21 li.il
\prll . 14.21
?lny .11.40 H.53 11.32 1I.3J
one . n,2J
Uily .I4|33 UAf, II..',", lk^O
Vugust .13.65 14.03 13.87 I3..'>a
ii-ptembcr .12.97 l3.02 12.54 12.S3
Jciober .12.55 12.^0 12.60 12.51)
Coveirtbcr . J2.27
JoCt-mber .1J.::.' i:.3G 12.2S 12.27
.Sjiot cotton closed qulet. :o points lowor;
niddlitig uplBflds, lt.::,; middllug gulf, 14.b0.
Jales T.tiai bales.
Cotiou. qulet; nilildling. II. 35-. gioss 10
alpta-2.63i bales; stock, 173,7)5 bales.
Total to-diU' at all porls?Net rooclpte,
.MS bales; cxport 10 ureat Brituln, 4.600
lalc.i; to tha Conllnent, 7,042 oales; to Japau,
.'... balos; stock. 777,488 bales.
1 onsolldalcd at all ports?Not recolpta.
,;:.s balea; cxport to Oreat Brltaln. 4.6WJ
)Ules; to Hie Conllnent, 7,042 balea; to Japan.
Total since Soptember 1 nt all ports?Set
-ecolpts, 5.CCI.610 bales; cxport to Oreat
3rltain, 1,547,300 balos. to Franco, 746,706
jab.s; to tho Contlnont, 1,766,182 linlea; to
lapun, 42,131 bales; to Mexlco, 12,819 biiltu.
New Orleans. I.a., January 2D.-I'ottou?
Ipot cotton <i'ii"t and easy, gnchatigcd, Mld
ll'.u-;. 11'i.e. sales on the spot 7W balos and
00 10 urrive; hodgod cotton jco balos.
"lituiu opened atoady at u daCUnc 01 5?S
ultits pii Bomewhat lovror cabloa than 0;
lected, bjt Immodlntely following the open
HB ii.'-'i' wa? a. recovery to tho jovbl of
ast nighi's cloalng. On thls sllght advunco
!ioii siilllng bvcauu. aggresBlve aiul pricr.s I
mmofllately gftve way, Tho solllng was bau
??: un a minus corjeotlon of m.ooo balos ln
ha mlll taklns for tha wevk, muking them
'..'.WO bnks Inatead uf JC^.OOO, and lliu stuti'
.. nt by a loadiiig nutiiuiiiy tliat plcklng
ivas btill In pro'eress iu Toxas, Thls state
m?nt wus incorroci m ihe propor bonsc, in
ustnucii as tho only picklng golng ou unv.
whore ln II,e bt.ll is of thc acrups of llne
ll !t Ili thc llvlils. !)ill It llHfl ils OtfOCt 011 lliu
markut, rcsuiilnx' ln u decline of JOdiil
pomts on tho moro antivo puBtiiona. To.
ward tho ond o( the aostlon ;.iioiis look
profits nnd oawsed somothinu <>f a reoctlon,
tbo inailiit Oloslng litf-udy at u net de
clln? ef i?.',i ih points.
Cotton luturoB this week lost a8?28 points
on the ulil rrop inonthH and 2s poiiitu un
October. Iteais were m??t ttggresstve earl?
in thc w?ek, when they p?i prlcos over >V
uudtr la'el wt'.-lv'a closiiie. Viuie waa no'th.
Delawaro and Hudson conv. 4a. S3!
Dcnvcr and r.lo Orando 4b. 06'
Dcnver and Rlo Grande ref. 6s. fil
Erln conv. 4s, sorles "A". 7J-'
Erle conv. 4s, Bcries "B". 72
Intcrborough Mctro. 4Hs. 811
Inter. Merc. Martno 4V:a. 6S
Kansas Clty Southorn 1st Ss. 73'
MIssouH raciOo 4s. 81'
Norfolk nnd Western 1st con. 4s. 00
NorfolTc and Wcstom conv. 4a. lfll'
Pcnnsylvanla conv. 3%8 (1915). 98'
Ecaboard Alr Llno 4s. 8C
ing sensatlonal In the tradlng of the weel
and the bears had much their own waj
except at tlmea when the market oppeare
ovcrsold. Bulls wero paesive, and the chlc
aupport of tho market at all times was th
spot demaud, which was strong and wa
mct by llght ofTerings. On Fr.day tho hlgh
cst prices of the week wero reported, th
active months 3?4 polnts over last woek'
cioslng. Tlils advance waa dfr.o to shor
covering more than anything el6o. The buy
Ing of covcrs was lnduced by tho very smal
amount of cotton belng brought into. slght
Kpots closcd at K%c. comparcd with 15c
last week and Olfce. this weok laet year. Sak-i
on tho apot amounted to 2.5G1 balea agalns
K3 last week and 2.92." last year; sale* t<
nrrlve amounted ?to 1,007 bales ab'alnat 2.051
last week and 2,323 last yaar,
Futures closed stcady. Cioslng bldB: Jan?
uary, 14.24; March, 14.11; May, 14.59; July,
14.71; September, 13.07; Octob-ir, 12.4ii.
NEW YOKK TRODCCE MARKET.
I New York, January 29.?Flour?Dull and
(about steady. Sprlng patenls, $5.30Ctf3.75;
! winter stralglitt, J5.3505.15; winter patents,
! SJ.10 JO.M. Bye riour?Flrm. Buckwheat
I Flour?Dull. Buckwheat?Nomlnal. Corn
| meal?stcady. Bye?Steady. Barlcy?Nom
Inal. Wheat?Steady; No. 2 red, 4(1.30 noin?
lnal. clcvator, domcstlc, and nomlnal f. o.
j b. afloat. Options elosod {401*0. net hlgher.
May, il.15^4; July, $1.00?i- Corn?Steady; No.
I 7414c. elovator, domestic; 75c. dclivcrcd, and
7214c. t. o. b. afloat, nomlnal. Options closed
unehang.id to V.\ net lower. May, 7C'4c.;
July, 755hc. Oats?Qulet; mlxed, nominal.
Options cloEcd unehanged. May, 52%c.
Beef?Qulet. Lard?Easy. Tallow?Qulet.
I'e.troleum and Rosin?Steady. Turpc-nllne?
Qulet. Rice?Flrm. Molasses?Stcady. Sugar
?Raw, stcady. Coffee?Futures closed steady,
net uiichangcd to 5 polnta nigher. Spot,
flrm; No. 7, Rlo, 8%?S%c; Santos, No. 4,
90014c.: mlld, qulet; Cordova. 0$j U'jc. But?
ter? Stcady and imchanaed. Checee?Steady.
No cxpo.-ts. State, full cream, macie, opa
clay. 17!iQ. lSe.; do.. fancy, l?'5c; do., gcod
to prlme. 16U016HC.; do., current make,
best, 1514016c.: do.. uommon t'.. good, 13?
lor. Eggs?Woaker; state. Pennsylvanla
and nearby, henntry, whlto, fancy. 376 30c.;
do., gatliercd, whitc. [email protected]; do.', hennery,
brown nnd mlxed, fancy, 34087c; do., gatli
erod, brown. falr to prlme, 35037c. Potatoes
?Easy and unehanged. C.lbbages?Weak
aiul unehanged. Frelghta and I'canuts?Un
changed.
The cottonBosd oil market was dull with
sales o;j l.ioo barrels, and ln absence of the
demand prices lost 307 polnts. influenced
eomewhat by tho decllne ln cotton. March,
7.1607.18; May, 7.125J7.23; July, 7.2607.28;
September, 7.2407.27; prlme crude, 6.00 asfc
ed; prlme suiumcr ?ellow, 7.15ij>7.20; prlme
winter yellow, 7.25Cfj 7.60; prlme summei
white, [email protected]
CinCAGO GRAIN MARKET.
Chicago. lll? January 29.?Tradlng In
gralns '.vas within narrow llmlta to-day.
Wheat ;eid oats Increased slightly and corn
(oil off iu about tho same meaaure. Rro
viBlona ruled geiicrally lowor, January fur
nlshlng tho only execption. The flrm under.
tone was manirosted throughout tho day ln
the wheat plt, strength belng contrlbuted
by foreign cubles tc-lllng of slU-ht advunces
In Llvorpool priccB and a good demand ln
tbe Northwest. I'ricea swayed up and down
nnd the fluctuatlons varying from %?%c.
Llberal arilvala tpnded to keep prices at a
low level. May advanced from $1.11?.1.115s.
TIih ciosc was llrm with May at $1,111*0
1.11%. Hc. hlgher than yeslerday's flnals.
Tlio leadlng futurea ranged as follows:
Open. lllgli. Low. Close.
WHEAT?
May . LllVi 1.11% 1.11 1.U94
July . l.Olli 1.01% 1.01',4 l.Ol'.i
May . l'?"."i 67 W.i SC%
July . U6ii C'3% GGHi G61a
Bept. 6B!-; 66>i b'UTi 0U?8
OATS?
May . 4.V-; 45'i 46% 46%
July . 4i<* 43% 43',i i'i'Vi
Sept. I0"i 40Ti 40% 40%
MESS I'ORK?I'er bbl.
May .20.00 20.C3 20.00 20.63
May .20.00 20.07',s Zv.SV.'i 20.03
July .20.S>7'.f. 20.05 2;O.S7',?: 29.92%
LARD?Per 100 Ibs.
Jun.11.75 11.75 11.73 11.75
May .U.67is U.70 11.63 11.70
July .11.60 11.05 11.60 U.62',i
SHORT RIBS?Per 100 lbs.
Jun.11.45 11.50 11.42'i 11.30
May .11.85 11.37',$ 1L32V4 11.87W
July .U.32W 11.35 11.30 11.35
Recolpts?Wheat, I'O.IOO bushels; corn, 370,
700 busheis; oats, L'13.000 buslielH. Kltlpmonta
? Wheat, 20,700 bushols; corn, 172,400 l)vi^h.-]??
oats, 1GC300 bUBllcls.
Cash WUcut?No. 2 red, Sl.270t.29- \o. J
tetl, 31.'J2'i|l'27; No. 2 hard, $1.14(0.1.1li'i; \o'
.1 hard, 8i.lO01.ll; No. l northern, JU5?
o. 2 mirtlicrii, JI.13Ji01.14Uj x?. ;i
uprlng, $1.1001.14. Corn?No. 2, GS'4?06c ?
No. 2 white, B6?i67o.; No. 2 yoliow, 060
6614c.; No. 3, B3083Jtc(; No, 3 white, 611400.;
No. 3 yellow, [email protected]!{e.; No, 4. 6OJ4061.!4c.j
611606314c. Outs-No. 5, IS i 4S'ic; No. 2
wlilt.-, lM~.',(4S%c.; No. 3. 4Sc; No. 3 whlto,
IV" lS?c; No. 1 whlto, 4P?1U7?ic; stundurd,
l^,. -.1 UKc.
Baltlmore, Md., january 23_Wheat?pirm.
Ppot, eoiUropt, fl.l'7'i; Hotithein on grade,
$1.2001.3714, Corn?Spot, contract, 70ftf70V?c.
Oats?Flrmi No- 2 White, 51c; No. 2 nilxcii,
'.??": i iSe, Ityc?Plnti; No. 2 western, donua
Rlt'll.MOND Gll.VIN MARKET.
Rlchmond, a.. January 29. PUO.
WHOLESALH QUOTATION8 ON 'CHANOE.
W'llEAT-'.'ur lots.
No. 2 red, Westurn.$1.31
No. 2 red, Virginia. 1.30
No. 3 red. 1.28
Sl.-iiimr . 1.23 & 1.28
Virginia (htig lutHl. 1.05 <ip 1.28
CORN' i'ar lota.
No. 2 white..,. 74!ii? 70
No. 3 whlle. 18140 74
Vlrglnlu (bng lutai. 73 w 75
Corn on thn >ob. 73 fp j(i
).\T.S?Car lutH. ?
No, 2 mlxed. 53 0 5314
No. 3 n?U?d. 52 U !.2',a
Wlntoi iccfi (Iihk iot?).
RVL?Ciir ltita.
Southern Paclflc conv. 4?.10314
Southern Rallway fe.103
Southorn Rallway gm. 4s. 73-4
United States rofundlng 2s, reglatered.. 1005?
United States refunding 2a, coupon.100=? i
United States 3s, reglstcrod. 101*i
United States 8a, coupon.101^
United States 4s, reglstered.11414
Unitod, States 4s, coupo.i. 1145^
Unlon Paclflo conv. 4*.uqij
United States Steel 2nd ls.lOjj,
Vlrglnla-Carollna Chomlcal 6s. 93'
Wabash let and ext. 4a.'.. 73
No. 3. O SS
No. 8. 0 63
Vlrglnla (bag lots). 17 ? tt
CATTLE MARKETS.
RICHMOND MVE STOCK MARKET.
(Sales at Unlon Stock Yards.)
Richmond. Va.. January 29. 19JP.
Report of tho live stock market for tbe
week endlng January 21:
Rccelpts-Cattle, 276 h?3d: cslves, 54 head;
eheep. n head; hogs. 3,3:: head.
Ecst stoers, bc; one extra lot higher; me
dlum to good. 4MU.V.: common to falr. 40
4Vjc.; best helfers, e'je.; medlum to good,
4'.sS5Uc; common to falr, Z%ii 4??c; beat
cowa, 4lic.; medium to good, 4^.41ic; com?
mon to falr, 2M?3?ic.; bulla, 3?-i04!-j. Cpivs
and calves. $20g50.C0 per head. ralves, 50
7'.ic.; extra, 8c; best heavy hogs. Sc.; light,
SVi fiS-lic.; p'gs and ahoats, 707Vic: bows
und stasa, 7?.Sc.: best larnbs *'Sc.; common
ro medium, 6?7c.; sheop, ?i-051ic.; hogs,
ii#lic. lowor. Other stock about the same
os laat week.
Chlcago, III., January '.i.?Cattle?Recelpta
estlmawd at 500 head. Market dull and
weak. Bceves, $4.1054 7.50; Texas stccra, $3.75
e? 4.S3; western steers. $11?5.30; stockers nnd
foeders, S2fj * '": cov.s and ne'fers. 8205.59;
calvas, f7'; 0X Hogs?Recolpts r.3timatod
at 15.PO0 liea.. Market wak to sbade low
er. Light. S7.S598.35; mixed. $S.05?3.45;
heavy, $<U508.45; rough, $8.1508.25; good to
choice heavy, $8.2503.45; plgs, SS.8007.90;
hulk of sales, $8.3008.40. Sheep?Recelpts es.
tlmatcd at 2.000 head. Market steady. Nu
tive, $3.50'<i5.9o; westem, ?3.90f; 5.20; vear
llngs. $6.75?r7.75; lomba, naljve, $5,05.30
westerns, $'ig8.S0.
New Tork, January 29.?Be^ves?Recelpta
1.317 head Feeling tlrm for steers; steady
for rough atuff. Dressed becf slow. Calves?
Rcccipts 255 luud. rrlme veals. $10.50: barn.
yard and fed calves, nominal. Drcssed
calves flrni for best: others steady. She?p
and Lambs?Recolpts 3,797 head. Hogs?Re?
celpta 2,450 head. Fecllng n'm.
RJCHMONn TOBACCO MARKET.
Richmond, Va., January 29, 1910.
Brlghts?Market continues rjnlet, biit flrm
wltli falr recelptB. Dark Tobacco?llecoipts
contlnue llboral and market aoti%e at prices
o.uotcd. Suu-Cured?Recelpts contlnue heavy
und market acttve at unohanged prices.
DARK STEMMIN'J?.\EW.
Lugs .$5.00 0$ 7.00
Short leaf.; 7.00 0 9.00
Long leaf. 10.00 <a .i.OO
BROWN SHIPPING?NEW.
Lugs . 5.0O 0 5.50
Short leaf. 7.00 0 3.50
Long leaf. S.00 ?12.00
Wrappers . 10.00 (,t li.oo
BRIGHTS.
s.MoKKRS-Commun .; 7.00 0 3.50
Medium . 9.00 <&> 14.00
Eine . 12.00 av 13.00
CUTTERS?Common . 11.00 0 12.06
Medium . 13.00 0 11.5'j
fine ..16.00 0 1S.00
Fancy . IS.00 4c 20.00
Fll.LERS?Common . 8.00 '0 10.00
Medium . 11.00 0 12.00
Good . 12.50 ?13.50
Fine . 14.00 0 16.OC
WRAPPERS?Common . 15.00 0 17.00
Medium . 18.00 0 20.00
Good . 25.00 <U- 30.00
PIne . 32.50 0 37.59
Pancy . 40.00 0 45.00
SUN-CURED?NEW.
Luga. common to good. E.OO 0 7.60
Lugs. good to prime. 8.00 ? 9.50
Short leaf. 10.00 0 12.50
Long leaf. 11.00
Wrappers . 16.00 0 35.00
Primlngs . 1,00
MISCKLLANEOl'S MARKETS.
PEANUT MARKET.
(Roporled by Rodgers. McCabe & Co.)
I*ctorsburg, Va.. junuary 53-Peanuts?
Spanlah nrm at $1.3714 per buahels. Vir
giniris llrm; bunch, 4'.iffi |y4c-.; fancy, 404'ic;
machine plcked, 3,.<!04c; shelling stoolc,
35404c. Both S[janlnh and Virginiaa in ^-ood
demand. Offcrlngs small.
DkV GOODS MARKET.
N'ow Vork. January 29.?Tho dry goods
mark-t was rather qulet Saturday. Jobbcrs
are dolng a modorato houso busincss with
thc t'nileiKy toward lmprovcment. Domos
tlcs are held steady by jobbers. Gray eoi
tonB show weakness on very limited sales.
Yurns are weak. Llncns aro actlvo nnd
strong, buriaps clow and low in price. Flno
nnd fancy tottona are only ln modurate de?
mand.
NAVAli STORES.
tYTImlngimi. x. c., Jnnunry 29.?Splrita
Turpnntlne-kceelpts 8 caoks. Rosln?Mar?
ket steudy i.i 43.80; recelpta 554 barrols. Tar
?Flrm 111 {.'00; n.cdpts 233 barrols, Crudo
Turpcntlne -i'nm at S2.3O0t.CO, recolpts 10
barrels,
vann
? ', Junuary 29.?Tuiprntlne?
Quotcil ;,i .;-...-.. recolpts 401 caeks; alilp
menta 1.071 caska. Rosln?Flrm; sales 1,076
barrels; i--. ||,ta (il|7 barrels; ahlpmenta 1,071
burrcls: Btock 112,723 barrols. Quote: c, d
?1.20'H I-..',.
MAKIXK INTELLIOENCE.
I'ORT OP KK-Hm'oND, JANUARY 29, 1010.
ARRIVEP.
Stoamei Jlrandon, Ilarnry. Norfolk. mor
chandlao .1,1.1 paaseugors, Old JJnminion l.mo.
Btcann r Mobjack, Oraves, Jamos Rlver
landti.ga und Norfolki morchancllBo and pus
sengcra, Vlrglnlu Nitvlgatlon Company.
SAIL15D.
Prandon, Ilarnsy. Norfolk, mer
SLLER ? CO.
"ANKEIIS AM) IlItOKBRS,
110? K. Mlll" Strcet,
Members \-,.w York Ktooic ExohutiKo,
^?v i'ork Cotton I'lxoliuny'O, Chlcafe'o
l.euni of TiaiUj. Orilora oxooutod for
iRvcBtmeiit ,,,. ori murb'ln on all ox
ctiaiiBCH, I'rivmo wlron to Now York,
t-nieugu and now orlcana.
3. LISB BODISN,
chandlas ?nd pflBBensrers, OH Domlnlon Lln<
Trcflsury fUofement.
Washington, D. C., January 23_Tho cond
tion of tho Trcnsury nt tho beglnnlnc c
biifllncss lo-dny was mi followa:
Trust Fundo.
Onld coin. ,..; .m .
Fllvcr dollara. . Jsitron,
Ftllvcr dollam of 1830. . a 80" ?
Bllevr ccrtlllcotos outstandin'g!.'!.'!,' mlisJjoi
Ocneral Fnnd.
Otandard Bllver dollara n gonerat
funa . , . ,,...
r-iirrent llnbllltios., . 1032705]
iM0^!!,.1b,""lnco.. ' T"fl??ry oft'l'con Ztfrttltl
In banks tocrodlt of Troasurer of
thc Unltod fjtatos. ss ST> +
Subsldlary sllvor coln." .' T&V
Mlnor coln. 1 tf.'M'
TotoJ. bulanco ln genoraV'f und,'....'. 78,853,0
CIcnriiiK-iroiine Stnlcinont.
,^VV /?fk' January 29.?Tho stato
?,? , f cleiirl?S-honso banks for th
cn., K fill0WH that tho bnnks hold $33,
t)?-,,co moro than thn rcnttlrements 0
lno/5 por cent. reserve rtile. Thf8 1
nn lncrease of $8,264,100 in tho propor
uonato cash reserve as compared wit!
last week. Th0 statomcnt followa:
48??0OS' *1,1!18l'17c'900; l"crcaso, $17,
Depo'lsts, $1,240,711,800; lncrease, $27.
004.400.
Cfrcu'latlon, $51,200,500; decrease
$502,500.
Lognl tendcrs, $74,026,700; decrease
$72,800. ?'
? Spocle, $2f9,S14,0O0; incrcn-so, $10,
087,200.
Reserve, $343,840,700; lncrease, $10,
015.200. .
Reserve roqulred, $310,177,950; ln?
crease, $6,761,100. '
Surplus, $33,062,750; lncrease, $3,
264.100. /
Ex-I'nltfd State* drposlts, $34,078,
000; Increaso, $3,235,450.
The percentage of acttial reservo o;
the olearlng-house banks to-day wa;
27.05.
The statcment of banks nnd trtisl
companlos of Grcntor New York nol
reportlna: to thn clearlng-hoiiso shows
Loans, $1,150,962,400: decrease, $0,724
700. S-pccIe, $125,-.(17.100; lncrease
$.i2R 500. LeK.il torders, $20.!)5K,fino
decrease, $971,900. T^tal deposlts $1,.
225.S11.900; deerease, $3,217 100
Sketch of Projects That Have
Taken Shape Since
August, 1909.
Tho Textlle Manufacturer in Us next
Issuc will say. concernlng new mills
in North Carollna;
'T'he steady increaso in the num?
ber of splndles and looms ln tho
South is duo more to the increaso ln
exlstlrig plants than to the new mllls.
"Xoverthelcss, a number of new
mllls are Incorporated each month, and
the following I" a sketch of tho new
projects that havo taken shapo in
N'orth Carollna tince August 1. 1903:
Klvcr Falls Manufacturins Company.'
Construction has been started on
this mlll near Graham. X. C. lt will
have 10,000 splndles and 200 looms. J.
W. Menefen will be manager.
Saxony Splnnlue Comnuny.
Edprar Love ls constructlng this
TilJl at Llncolnton. N. C, to operate
i.700 splndles on combed Sca Island
?arns from 30"s to 80's.
Jprininji!, Cotton Mlll.
This ii.lll |8 proposod and will
loubtless be built at Lumberton, N".
-'.. by H. B. Jennlngs and othcrs. It
vlll have 1M00 splndles on liosicry
?arns.
Finirln Mllls.
This mlll will be built nt NortTi
fVilkesboro, x. r? by .r. Locko Erwln
ind T. B. Finloy. Tho equipment
ivlll probably be 3.000 splndlea on
?arns."
Prntcrson ManufacftirlnK Company.
Work is progresslng rapidly upon
his mlll at Rvuhko Rapltis, X. C.
t will have 20,or>o splndles and 700
ooms for the manufacturo of fancy
:olored goodr. riaru F. Patterson ls
nanafrer.
EntTviatle Msinu'factur.tns Company.
Willlam Kntwistu-, the vetcran cot
on manufacturer of Rooklnghnm, X.
X. is president of tlils mlll, v. hich is'
iow under construction. It will havo
.0.000 splndles and 500 looms 011 f|nc
ilieetings.
Amnzon Cotton Mlll,
This mlll, which will be one of the
r. W. Cannon proup, is under con
tructlon at Thomasvtlle, x. C, and
vill havo S.ono splndles on ya'rns.
Jewell Cotton Mlllsi.
This mlll Is also bolng built at
rhomasville, X. C, and will havo 0,000
plndles on fine combed yarn. T. .1.
..illard Is manager.
Peck MnnufnUtiring O>iiipoiiy.
Construction is under way on this
nill at Warrenton, X. C. It will have
.,000 splndles on 20-2 yarns. Thomas
3. Peck is presldent.
Ivpi-iiess .Mnriiifncturlng Compnny.
Lawrence McRae has recentlv In?
corporated this mlll to bo built at
Vinston-Salem. X. C. It ls assured.
tnd will have 5,000 splndles and 200
ooms.
In addltion to tho abovo eoveral
nills have been Incorporated, but
vhich are not assured.
At other placos, notably Lowndsville,
1'. C Bladesboro, X. C, and Jackson,
la., mlll projects aro takin^ shape
.ntl will probably be incorporated at
.n early date.
SIUPMKNTS PltOM U3.YINOTOX.
Potnl for Yenr 1000 Amounted <o 755
Carlond (,<.(>,.
[Speclal to The Tlmes-Dispntch.]
Lexlngton, Va., January 23.?Clydo C. Hlte,
tatlon agent at Lexlngton for tho Baltl
lore nnd Ohlo and Chesapeake and Ohlo
allroada. hus prepared for tho press a
tatc-ment of shipm^nts from Lexlngton of
arload lols for tho yenr endtng December
1, 1000. The rvport Is a most gratlfylng
no, nnd show.H a consldorable lncrease over
he prevlous year. Tho total number of
oarloads amounted to 7o5 na against 620 for
ho prevlous year. Following lB tho report:
Llme, 321 eurs; llvo Htoek, 00; bar, G3; lum
er, 66; eggs, 40; huy, 33; straw, 2; oross tles,
i; hldoa, 12; Htaves, 9; wheat, 8: hlllots, 8;
rood, G; mnchlnery, 4; grass seed, 4; house
old goods, 3; ment, 3; logs. "; wool, 2;
yrup, corn, cabbagos. boties, oil bnrrels,
rlcks, BCI'ap iron, wire, 1 ,;ach.
HOYS' COltN OLOB ORG.VN1ZEI).
hli'ty Members Form New Organlintlon in
llrimsirli'lc County.
[Speclal to Tlio Tlmcs-Dibpatch.]
Lawroncevllle, Va., January 20.?T. 0.
nndy. from Burkovlllo, wns horo Wedhes
ay nnd reprganlsed a boys' corn club for
il's county wltli about thirty members, as
? llows: Tlionina Crlehton, Arthur Brow
or, -Taek Shell, Robert Kldd, Willlo Mat
icwa, Georgo Porolvall, Percy Parrlsh,
K-Inn Ro|gall, Pronk Haner, Alex Roborts,
orbort Matthews. J, W. Mutthewa, Jr., \v.
. Moselv, C. V. Moredltli, L. O. Parrlsh, J.
. lluncr, II. M. Rawllngs, \V. T. Clay, Hor
ort Bnlrd, Lovy Qiiago, Clllford Brown,
ewls Vnlcntiiie, Horbol't Rawllngs, Robert
einer, Lnwreiiee Elmoro, Georgo Williams,
od Oodrlch, W. R. Matthews, Rutua Al
?n.
Tho meetlng was lield In the county eourt
ousci nnd wns preslded over by W. B. Vol
utine. Several of tho teachors from tho
lunty na woll ns a nuinbor of farmoiB weto
reHont, nnd. nianlfuitod much luternst.
hero Is no county in tho Stato liottcr (iiinll
d to gi-ow corn than Urtinswlck, and good
suliB will lomo. from thla club.
Guarantee Company,
^S XorlU Mutb Strccl,
fft'i' $35,Q00 7 per cont. Btock for salo.
ar $1(10, isnsy paymopts, Kstabiish
1 -'1 youru. a9 UlvitleiuU paiu.
Start the New Year Right
Start Saving Money
Syatorn&tlc vavlnr of even irtiall amounts will leafl to great proa
porlty In ? few years.
Begrtn the NBW YEAR with amoll doposit |n our Savlntra Depart?
ment A slnjle doiiar atarta an account.
If you have aquandered your earnlnjs durlns; thla year, which la
aoon about to close. then raako Nlneteen Ten the banner oj your llfe
tlme?START SAVING. AND SAVjD A LITTLE MONEY EVERY WEEK.
Wc pay 4 per cent, Interest, oompounded twlce a year, on all -avina-a
accounts. "
Capitol Savings Bank,
907 East Maln Strt>et,
RICHMOND,.VIRGINIA
The Bank that Paya 4 Per Cent.
mmm
MM
Mr
"SAFE AS THE SAFEST." 1117 EAST MAIN STREET,
OFFERS BEST FACILITIES FOR SAVINGS DEPOSITS?
Becauae It Investa largely ln mortgsges on Improved Clty Real Eitate. the
beat aecurity In the world.
Bccauae It lenda money on Real Eatate on easy terma and enablea you to
?cqulre s horae.
Because the management of the bsnlc la ln the baade of trted and experfeaosd
tnen whose Intefrrlty la beyond queatlon.
Because the atfalrs of the bank are examlned by audltora not oonnecUd wltb
the Inatltutlon, fully equal. If not auperior, to any natlonal aupervlsioa.
One Dollar atarta an Interest account Attentlon and courtesy to all.
R. A. PATTERSON, Prcaldent.
L. Z. MORRIS, Vlce-Prealdent. JAMES M. BALL, Cashier.
DIRECTORS.
B. Alsop,
H. Theodore Ellyaon.
R. F". Patterson.
II. Seldon Taylor.
J. M. Ball.
jno. W. Goi
E. A. Sheph
Gordon,
Shepherd,
'.ranville G. Valentine.
Vrilliam II. Zlmmerman.
Geo. L. Chrlrtlan.
B. M. Gwatlim?y.
F. Sltterdlnif,
P. Whitllclc.
Virginia Trust Co.
922 E.MAIN ST..RICHMOND. VA.
CAPITAL
ONE MILLION DOLLARS
The Business Man
Employs skilled lal>or and expert assisrants in thc conduct of his
business, and the careful owner of property, whether of great or small
value, should select as his Executor a Trust Companv which is char.
tered for the purpose of acting as Executor under Will. Our offi'-rra
are always pleased to confer with persons who desire asfistar.'.e in the
making of their Wills.
A rcquest on a postal will bring cur booklct on trusts.
H. W. JACKSON, Presldent.
JAS. N. BOYD, Vicc-Pres. s JNO. M. MILLER. Jr., Vicc-Pres.
L. D. AYLETT, Sccretarv. JNO. H. SOUTTIALL, Trcasurer.
3% ON SAVINGS & INACTIVE ACCOUNTS
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BANKERS
1013 EAST MAIN STREET
Solicit your business and personal accounts. Deposits subject to check.
$1.00 and upward received. Interest allowcd? 5 per cent., compounded
semi-annually.
1104 EAST MAIN STREET
You Have Papers
That Require the Protection
of a Safc Deposlt Vault.
THE
National State Bank,
Richmond, Va.,
Rents Safes as Low as $3.00 Per Year.
Ask to See Them.
FORTUNES MADE IN WHEAT.
buya options on 10,000 bu. of
wheat. ' No furthcr Risk. Kach
ic movement from option price makes
$100; 2c, $200; 5c, ?500, etc. Write for
free circulars.
Coloniat Stock and Graln Co..
... Cleycland, Ohio,
Never be a quittcr. No
one loscs out unless they say
so. Start to savc now. Never
fail to savc. One dollar or
more will start you with a
' bank account in
The Bank of
Richmond
where you will get compound
interest. This bank will help
you.
Ninth and Main Streets,
303 East Broad Street,
3914 Williamsburg Avenue,
or
Twenty-flfth and Broad Streets.
OF RICIIMOND VA.
Capilal,.$400,000
Surplus and Undivided Profits, $175,000
Would bc plesse.l to reo?lve (tbe s-cn?t t-j of cor
poratlons, lirna nnd UtMl'ifcili.
Interest allowcil on depusits in Savlnjr Tepart.
incut.
WILLIAM II. PALMEtVPrealdent
If. B. APDISON, Vlce-Prcaldent.
J.W.tilNTON.CaiheU.

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