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New York
ock Market
ss-x
us
N'rw Yorlt, Jlarch !>.?The -emblnnco
nt tlmes to-day of prcnt Mroiitfth nnd
unlmaUon ln the stock mnrUet ls not
borno ouf hv nnal.vnlK of thc moycmcnt
whlcli resulted ln net dccllncB for thu
?lny. Hpcctilntlvp Bcntlmcnt, novertlie
lesp was clifcrful, und roiifldcnc- ln
vatuos was well nwlntaincd. That con
certod support waa respmislblo for hc
movement of prlces was thc Imprcsslon
Blvon bv thc action of thc market.
Opcratlons ccntiod markedly ln a
f*w stocks, of which 1. nlon lu-cllc.
?\W York Central and bnltorf Mntrs
rU'oel wcrc tlio consplciiods oxampics.
ThW rnlninp of thc dlvldend ratc on
New York Central to f. per cent. was
In accordanco wlth cxpcctntlons. A
further sharp rise in Ncw^ork Cen?
tral. wlth the expected good news out,
warrantod a. favorablc ""W*,?{ "?
penernl spcculatlve posltlon, brlns ns
cut moderaic presstire of rcallznif,
Tbe wtdrr advance in Union I'nclllc
was a direet outsrowth of thc jscw
York Central dlvldend action.
A siiarp fall ln forelgn exctiance.
rateM was an inel.lent of thc day 1. ml
Ir Important, in vlow of thc expandlug
demands on the. New York money miu
kct. In tlie stork market. I.ondon was
a larce scllor again, in splto of snn
scriptions to new bond lssiies. rne
openina: decllno in prlces was ca.xis-d
bv that seillnc. Tho eoppers and Untteil
states Kteel were notably afl'cetcd. lt
was from that deprcssed level that thc
later advance set ln.
Tlie course of the news from labor
controversles was not liked, und the
report of the resolutlon In favor of n
' Kenerat strlko bv the rennsylvnnta
Stat" I-vderntlon of T__hor caused a
material rcactlon In tbo final hour and
the weak closlntr.
Bonds wero flrm. Total sale.-. pni
value. Jt.lC 1.000. I.'nited States _.s dc
cltTi'd 1-S per cent. on call.
Total sales to-day. 1,071.000 shares.
Vew York. 'Mareh !).?Money on enll
ettav " 5-80*3 per cCnt.; rullngr rate,
_"T-S;"elos'lnsr blds, - "-<: offered at
?> 7-? Time ionns considcrably strong
er- sixtv duvs. 3 3-4. nnd nlncty days,
- '8-4? i Prlme mercaiitile paper.
Siifl-'s -pea cent. SierllnK excliango
weak. wlth actual business In bankers
biliM at * l.s I (0"i VI.S1G5 for slxty-dny,
bllls. and at ji.fifisn for demand. Com
nierclal bills. 54.SI<v?*1.S4'_. Bar nll
vit. :.(i 3-1. Mcxlcan dollars, 44.
RICHMOND STOCK MARKET.
niehmond. Va.. March 9. 1810.
fiAL.ES AT BOAltD,
Virj-lnia Ccntiirlc.-l.0D0 at SDVs! LtOO at
SS'fe: 1,000 at S-a4: 2.000 at S!>?.
Yirgirila Railway nnd Power Co. 5a?
1,000 at ?.i'.i 1.C00 at 82tt.
STATE SECURITIES. Hla. Asked.
North Carollna 4s, C. 1910. 33
Virginia 3s. Old. C. and R.. IM2- W4
Ccnturles, 2-3. O. and R., 1991. *?>>.
RA1LROAD BONDS.
A C. l,. R- R. Con. Tr. 4 p. ct.. 95
C. and U. lt. and A Gcn'l M. t'-si.. 10"-'
<;corgia Pac. 1st 6s. C. 192-'.1"
Georgla. Sou. and Fla., 1915. 108
Go. and Ala. Con. 5s, 1313.103
Nor.oiK and West. Ity. Is. 1996... K?
Nor. and Wtst. Poca. is, 1944. 90
Rich. and Dan. Ootd 6?. C. 19:!..... 10C
Scaboard Alr Etii- 4s, I0o0. St
Soumcrn Rallway l?t 5s. 1991.109
So R Dev. G. M. 4s. A- 1560.S
Wo.tern N. C. 1st 6s C. 1914. 100
STREET RAILWAY BONDS.
A'a. Ry. and Power Co. 5s. 1531.. 9-U
STREET RY. STOCKS. Par.
ly and Power Co. pfd.ICO 70"i
-.' . :,-, : i ... L. I'o. C'Jir.....l00 '-'lv*
ILR-AD STOCKS. 1'ar.
Attama. _n.l ChOTlotte.IW 100
laaiic Coast l.lne com.100 V3
la'ntli Coa^t Llne ol Conn. .1M? .?
ICB-peSk- and O'nlo-Nov.V.100 *;
orfolk und Western com.1W 102
Rlck.. Fred. aml I'ot. com.1W-v,
rc. F. aud P. Div. ObUs.!?_??] :S5
Sioulhtrii Railway wid.100 CS
tjoutlii-ni Railway com.iW 50
BANK AND TRUST CO. STOCKS.
Amerlcan Xatlonal.100 170
< i-j-oad Street Banlc. -o -10 ...
Baak of Rtehniond.1WJ 1-ti
lianlv of Commcicu and Truat.100 110
Clty .?- -?!. ?
l.apltol Savinss Bank..0 -ti
Klnsl Nauoiiai.1W> 3t0 ...
Mcrohants N_tiona!.100 oM)
N'ntional Bank of Richmond...IW .00
Natlonal Statu Bank.100 IDi
J'lantcr? Natlonali..'.100 500
Savinss Bank of Richmond. -'3 U2
Union Bank of Riohmond.50 :10
VJrgiiiltt miBt! Company.loO ivj
M1SCEEI. AN EOU s.
cr. Tob. Co. rfd. G p. Ct....l00 57
Amerlcan Locomotlv- pfd. 11!
American Eocomotlvo com. -i
erienn Tob. I p. ct. bonds. SS
.erlcun 'Job. G |). ct. bmils. II
A a.-Car. Chem. pfd. S p. ct.. IW l.l
Vlrginla-Car. Chem. com.100 53
Va.-Car. Chcin. l-t Mort. is. !;?;-.. H*M M
Quotatlons for Iritcrest-paylns bonds arH
at a pricc. to which Interest must bc add?
ed. fiieonic bonds aud ccrtlllcatcg of ind'.-bt
cducss aie flat. , ..
COTTON '1LI ItKETS.
New Tork. March 9.?Th'ero w.is not a sreai
deal ot buulness iu the cotton market to
day. but u-li'lc flucluationa wcrc Irregular,
witliiu a comparatlvely narrow range, they
?were such as to supK^st some licrvouBness
over tho position of thu near months. Tho
close wns steady at u net decllno of 1(6-7
polnts. Thc market opened steady at an ad?
vance of 1 point to a deeliiie of l polnts,
and in .plte of relallvely steady cables soon
sold off to a net loss of asjTi points, wlth
lato months relallvely easy under ?oattcrin?
liquidation. which may have bucn due to
lurnors of rain In the Soulhwcst. No pro
cipiiaiinns was shown on tht oarlj. map,
and wlth Ihe forccast for clear weather
there waa a eonsiderable demand on tho
early brcak. not only from Southern uuil
interests. but from scatterlng local tiadero,
un which prices soon rallied lb a net ad?
vance of ubout'-_<<?3 polnts on the old crop
and to the closlnt; tlgures of last nlght on
Jater months. This Improyenicnt wus ald
ed by cables from Llverpool rc;iorting that
J^incashire mills which had betm closed
down were opening up. und that mills which
had beer- runnlng on short llmo were ro
bumins opcrations ot, full tlme, but duriny
tlio afternoon rcnewed ruinors of showore
ir- Tc^as tharttd early buyers to realiziiiK
nnd Mav contracts sold oft from H.6S tt
;,7 while October decllned lo 12.47. Thop
wai'a good demand for May on thls bretik
j.nd tliat posliion siiffcnfd up toward Un
close whh-ii was ai 14.6J "id, whlle lat'
months remaine.d at. about Uio low poln
t the day. Southern epolo offlcially rc
ort-d early were >.tc lower. Tlie locul mav
ket was fiill ot rumors regardlng the Ma
-iluation. and somo tradem express th
opiniou that Mr. Patteu and lils frlend
are planning a snuecze of thc active sprin
?nionihs. whleh was selllng r.t nolnts ovo
July ai tbw close lo-uighl against _7 point
yesterday.
Recelpta at the ports to-day were 12,1s
bal-s agalnst 16,701! lasi wcel: and S0,O97 las
v-ar. Kor the wcel; '."i,0f>j bales atrainsl 7H.?i
iast week aud 121.363 luat year. To-day'
refccipts at New Orleans 7.170 bales agains
7.U1S last year. and al IIoiiBlon 2,458 balc
Bsain-l 6,500 laM >car.
Thomas Branch & Co
(Emblished 15JS,
MEMBERi
New York Stock Exchan?;;
New York Cotton Exchangi
Private Wires to
., PrinciDal Market
Official Range and Sale of Stocks in New YorJ?
SALES:
Open.
. -I7!i
. 1-1.
.. I.
By THOMAS BRANCH & C0? Uankors and Brokors.
Bld. Asked. SAL-KS:
I.ow. Closin*.
2,750 Amer, Agrl. Chem. Co
100 Allls-Cliulmcrs .
-Wl Allls-Chnlmers, pfd....
IS.OOO Amalgnmatrd Copper .
li_00 American Ciilt ..???????
100 American Can, P-U.....
3,000 Amer. Cnr nnd Foundry. -'li
500 Amer. Car and I'oun , pfd 119Vi
J.550 American Cotton OR. $%
1.900 Amerlcnii l-ocotnotl.e ... .'
ino Amer. I-Ocomotlve, pfd,.
28,200 American SnieUIng .
3,100 American Beet Sugar...
600 Amcrlcnn S''*?-"' ????;.;?"
2,700 Amer. Tel. nnd Tel. co..
___ Amcrlcnn Tobacco. com
Ho American Tobacco, pfd.
4,200 Anneonda Copper .
.3,000 Atchison .??.
1.S0O Atlantic Const I,lne.....
10 A. C. h. ot Cpniiectlcut. 261Vi
S.112 Kaltlmoro nnd Ohio...... iu
26,000 Brooklyn Rapld Transit. .7%
1,500 Canadlan Paclllc .i?f?
3,700 Central Loather . '?>-?
21,000 Chosupcako and Ohio.... .m.s
3,000 Chicago Great Wostern. 3.
I.SOOChl. Cireat West,, pfd;.... BS
18,600 Chl., Mll. and .St. Paul... IIM-i
r>,S00 Chicago and North west. ???.?
1,000 Colorado Fuel and Iron. *
S00 Colorado and Southern..
Col, and South., lst pfd'..
Col. and Sojith., '-'d pfd..
10,-CO Con.olldated Gas .
356 Cruclble Stcel Co.
SOO Cruclble Stcel, pfd..
P00 Delaware and Hudson..
3.700 Don. and Rio Cran., com
1-Vi
79
113%
8S%
?10
12i)
11-'
430
ns
50%
IISU
132',
(_!"_
IISU
91 Vi
177V.
43'i
OiX) Dcn. anrl Rio Gran., pfd. M'.i
1.SO0 Dlstlllcrs' See. Cor.
(I.POO Erlo .
1,400 Erle, lst pfd.
Fcd. Mln. and Sm.. pfd..
0(0 General Electric .
G.S0O Great. Northern, pfd.
1,075 Groat Northern Orc ctfs.
S+%
;'.2'_
157
13-V_
711.
Hlgh
?18%
l-'i
l'i"_
S4
i2*y,
79
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120
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oD
?un
12rt'/a
ll-l.
43:!
fS
- 61%
119
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-3U
11-1.8
79! i
1S0T.
-11%
88 li
32'.
<". V
149%
i:-_',_
43%
141%
10%
51%
17S%
41
31%
Ivi'i
if>7%
140',',
71%
4TVi
1-Vi
16
81%
iaU
110%
-5?.
m%
87%
40
J20
111%
430
9S
r,o%
117%
:i3'2
__Ui
112%
n%
iso-%
43%
.0%
siy_
r.s
117 V.
lf.7'!.
?13
_--_?
1*_S>"i
16V
90 :i
177V
S-V-l
34
61%
3 57
139
711.
47'/,'
12" i
?16
_H?
12',.
78%
B7Vi
118
CS"_
K5
113!.
-S._
39%
126
14114
?132
98
&o%
11s
132
1131.
7814
1S0
43%
87
311.
58V_
148
158
43
63
Sl
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14811
10%
90
177
43
?0
3-114
166
1-9'/,
71
4S
12V.
.?!.
82
12%
79
67%
120
69
5..U
lUVi
_SVi
.01
1261.
142
4-3
?9
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1181.
i:r_Vit
?ji;o
113%
78!',
1-0%
II
87%
32 Vi
59
14811
1581=
?13',-j
IM
KI
82
349
16V.
HIV
17S "
43',i
81
31%
32'4
61%
81V.
157V.
139%
71%
Open.
... 113%
... 23!_
_8'*i
1,900 tlllnols Ccntral
6,800 Int. Motropollian .
0,500 Int, _t.t-bp_l.-iMi,' pfd
600 Int. _lcr. Marlne, com,,, C%
Itttcrnntlonal Paper .
300 Int. Papor, pfd. _S
5,000 Kan. Clty South., com.. 39}i
_50 Kansas Clty South., pfd WVt
0,300 t-Dulsvlllo nnd Nushvllle 1.1
Mnnhuttan .?.?.
Mclro. .Street. Railway..
11,300 Mo.j Kan. und Tcxns....
Mo.. Kan. nnd Tc:... pfd.
3,200 Mlssoitri Pftclfl- .
?1,800 National i_rud .
C..S0O Now York Cenlral.
2,100 N. V? ont. und Westot'n
2,(.-i Norfolk and Western.
fl.200 Northern Paclflc .
HOO Paclllc Mnll .
62,752 Foniisylvnnlii .
3,000'Pooplo's Gas .
700 Pressed Slei.1 Car.
100 Pressed Steel Car, pfd
r.uO Ry, Steel Sprlng, com.
110,700 ReadliiK .*.*?*, ,
1,700 Repuhlle Inm und Stcel I
200 Republic I. and S., pfd.. ml'i
20,700 Rock Islnnd . '"?
3,r00 Rock Ishiiid. pfd. '
l.ioo SlosK-'Shefrield .......
4?i,100 Southern Pa.-llic .
2,200 Southern Railway .
1,000 Southern Ralhvay, pfd.
51 Standard Oil .
200 Tcnnc-Sfc Copper .
1,800 Texas Paclllc .
14-1.-00 Unlon Paclllc . 1-9V
1,_on Unitcd Sttites Rubber.;. 47
218,100 Unlted States Steel..S-l.-S-Vi
3.40<) Unlted Stnto;-! Stcel, pfd 12-!',
17,800 Vn.-Car. Chemlcal . 67%
150 Vn.-Cnr. Chemlcal, pTd,. ]2ti
4,400 AVabash . 22
31,_00 Wabash. pfd. 49'/,
1,300 Western Union . 77%
Total sales for day. 1,007,800
l:)'..
85 ls
125V_
?10
102
18SW
, 31%
, 137%
. .111%
4?li
. in,i.i
. .111..
169%
82;
118
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31%
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115
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189%
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112'i
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83%
130-%
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58 jfi
Bid Askco,
I,ow. Closing.
113% 111!!. U-V
22% 22 li
57-s 6714
1114
6014
3"%
70
154
WA
15
?13%
73
7114
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138'/,
113 Vi
161
137
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129
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58
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CLOSING BOND QUOTATIONS
Amerlcan Tel. and Tol. conv. 4s. 10ii
Amerlcan Tobaeco 4s. 82
American Tobaeco 6s. lOUli
Ati'hison conv. 4s. U-Vi
AtcIil?on conv. 5s.1I0T.
Allantlc Coast Llne 1st 4s. OGI;
Brooklyn Translt conv. ls. S5
Central of Georgla 5s. lOS'.i
Chosapeake and Ohlo l!i-.'.. lOS'.i
Chesap.ako and Ohlo rcf. ."s tbldj. 10P*
Chl.-ago, H. and Cjulney Joinl 4s. 9G;?
Chlcago. H. nnd cjulney gen. lb. 99u
Chk-ogo.J!. t. aiul Pac. R. R. col. 43.. 81ft
September .12.90 12 90 12.87 12S7
October .12.61 '-??<?> '-?'l 1~AJ
November .KM 12.40 12.10 12.50
Daccmbor .12-M !*?? J3-M l-'.3l
S-'pot cotton closed qulet: middling uptands;
1I.S0; middling guir. K..03-. sales, 2,050 bales.
Cotton. qulet: middling. 11.S0; gross re
ccli-.ts. 1,122 bales; sulcs, -'.MO bales; stock.
154.:,.'fi bales. ...
Total to-dav at all ports-Net recelpts,
12.458 bales; export to tlio Contlncnt, 0,M
bales; steek, 627,836 bales.
Consolldated at a.l ports-Net recelpts.
41.65! bales; export to Great Brltain. 3,?7o
bales; to France, 120 bales: to thc Contl?
ncnt. IMiiJ bales; to .lapan. 2,391 balce.
Total since September 1 at all ports-Net
rocolpte, 6,U4.5SS bales: export to Great
Brltain. 1,600,931 bales: to !? rance, <86,.oS
bales; to the Contlncnt. _.<XK.89i bales; lo
Japaii, 60,393 bales; to Mexico. 13,819 bales.
Xcw Orleans. La.. March D.-CottoH?Spot
cotton qulet and unchanged; middling.
14 ?-16c ? ?ales 1,000 bales on spot and 407 to
arrive-' hi-dged cotton 1.500 bales. Cotton
ruturcs opened ciulet, 1 point lower to -
polnts hlgher. Cables woro bottci Clian cx
O-St.a: A sllght early advance was base.d
on contlnued dry weather in tlie. YvoBtern
helt The market contlnued sioady until tlie
noon hour. wiih prlces 2 or 5 polnts abovo
Uesierdav's closlnc. Thc Biislainlng f.-alure>i
of the market were the torecast for '-0111111.
lu'd dry weather in the Western belt and tho
> oficlal tigurea 011 weigbts ot cotton bales
! tor thc llrsi sU months of iho season. The.
averago welfchl "f balos was put ai 510.4.
polnm agalnat r,l0.ll durlng the sam.- penod
last year; Cables from Manchester sald
that 'sotne mills were reopenlng antl that
others were rcsumlns f"11 limc. T1,f! move?
ment contlnued cxtremoly light and lod to
cxpectatlone of more than usually bulllsh
weekly statlstlc*. ln tho. afternoon sesslon
the market became very dull, and under
tho inactlvity and reports of an oasior tone
to spots In thc Interior prlces saggod off.
Tho close wns steady at a net dccline of
_?3 polnts on thc old crop months, un?
changed on October. Cotton futures closed
eteadv. Closlng blds: March, 14.15; Aprll.
14 ?? May, 14.02; July. 11.61: August. 13.S2;
september, 12.03; October. 12.30; Deccmbcr,
12.31.
LOCAX rRODUCE MARKET.
(Furnlshed bv E. XV. Evans & Co.. Commis.
slon Jlerehanis.)
Richmond. Va., Mareh 9. 1910.
ACTUAL WTIOLKSALB QUOTATIONS.
j LIVE POU-.TR-.
Chlckens, brollcrs, per Ib. 30 C,l> 33
Chlckens,- small, per lb. 22 ai/ -8
Chlckens, large, per lb. ..'i?
Hens. small, per Ib. l-Jj.
llcns. large, per lb. H!_
Ducks, large, per Ib. J"
Ducks. small. per Ib. 1"
Turkeys, hens. per lb. 25
Turkeys, gobblers. per lb. 22 <S> 23
Gocse, cholce-. large, each. 75 tii) So
Geese, small and thln. each.... 40 <s> 30
EGGS?Cratcd.
NVarby. frosh. per doz. 21
Other sectlons, per doz. -1
BUTTER.
f'hnico dairy. per Ib. 25 (f? 2S
Cholco famlly. per lb. 25 tfi) 2?
Cholco store, per lb. 21 <W 2.j
I Cholce rolls. per lb. 23 ifj) 2u
I Medlum- grades, per lb. 20
LIVE STOCK.
i Veals, cholce, per lb. 8 @ SVi
I Veals. falr to good, per lb. 7 <_? 7!J
| Veals, runners (10 lo 15 weeks
old), per lb. 3 @ ?
Veals. each, as to sizo and
quallty . 1.00 Gi' 13.00
Calvcs, runners, as to eize and
. quality . 6.90 ? 10.00
I Lambs, spring, cholce. lb. 12 ?i> 13
I Lambs, small and thln. lb.... 10 r<i> II
I Shpep, per lb. 4 <& ?
1 Cattle, cholco to prlme. lb;.. 5 /w <i\i
'.Cattle, common to good, lb... -*? -r?' -Hs
Hogs. common to prlme, lb... 9 f.fi 10
DKESSED HOGS, LARD, ETC.
I Hogs, olioco, small, pe.r lb.... 11
, Hogs, 'cholce, large, lb. 10 r(p 11
i,1 Hogs, slags and cows, lb. 9 6j> 10
j i I.ard. choiec, new, lb. 14
, | Sparerlbs, cholco. Ib. T
j I Chlne, cholce. lb. 12
> i Saueage,. cholce, lb. 12V.
v SMOKED BACON.
. I Hams, cholce, small, per lb.. 13 @ f)
- I Hams. choice. medlum slze. lb IS
y t Hams, ehoic.e, large. per lb,. 16 @ 17
II Sldes, cholce. per lb. 14 @ 15
s ! Shouldcrs. cholce. per lb. 12 ? 14
s I DRIED FRUITS.
r 1 Peaches, cholce, pooled, lb.... 14 cy> U,
_ j peaches, dark. peeled, lb. 12 & 13
I peaches. unpceled, lb. 5 e_) ?
S ! Apples, evuporated. lb. S
l ! Appless, brlght. sundrled. lb... V/-? SI
' Apples, lark. lb. 6 ? 61
PEAS AND BESAKS.
Peas, blackeye, cholco, large
per bus. 2.33 <B> ?M
I'eas, blackeye, small, bus.... 2.23
Pcas, clay, bus. 2.00 cjj> 2.15
Peas, black. bus. 2,10
Reans, cholce, small, navy, bu 2.2."> 0 2.33
Bcanu, large. bus. 2.05 ifil *?.I0
i riUJITS AND VEGETABLES.
?.,-Applcs, choice lo fancy, bbl,. 4.00 <fi> 6.00
?3 ! Appler. common to good. bbl., 2.00 W) 3.50
?1 , Orauges. Fla,, choice, box. 1.30 (fti 2.23
?0 I TanserliKb-. Fla., cholce, box. 2.7.-, <& 3.50
Cabbagcs. choico, 100 lhs. 2.00
Onlons, choice. dry. bus. 75 iff Si
MARKET CONDITIONS.
Pouliry?Turkeys, ducks und chlckens con
tlnuc high aud scarce, Hens lower, bu
but active. Hpiing brollcrs espe.dally ao
tlve. Ess-?Rather a-uren thls week am
hlgher, Market elean and acltvo. Btitter
Murkel in better shapo;.all grades active a
prlces quoted; recelpts light. Llve Stocli
\'rals, spring lambs, sheep, fat cattle nm
hogs very active at prlces quoted; recelpt
In-Uffjclent "1 supply the demand. Mlaeel
laiiepus? tt'cll snioked, country. bacon. hldes
diessed hogs. pcas, drlcd frulls and fur
_ ! contlnuo atoady.
new yohk rnouuon marrkt.
New Vork. March fl.?Eloiir-Flrmly hel
wlth a modorata johblng trade. R.\'o Flour
i-'irm. Cornmeal?Eaay, Rye?Dull. Whcat
Elrm; No. 2 red. M-'-'S':: bld. elovator, domes
tlu and nomlnal f. o. b. aflnat. Opllon
closed ITsOiJllc net hlgher. May, Jl.22'4
.luly. H.is^i; .September, ?1-Utt. Corn?Spo
-ii._i_li . -i.aim-r. GJVic , and No. 4, 62l._c, tiic
Chicago, rt. I. and Pac. Ky. rfg. 4s.... 51'-,
Colorado and Son, rcf. nnd -_t. IVas.... .|-._ j
Dcnvcr nnd Hlo Ornndc 4s 1.1-1-1). 9>-,f
Denvt-r and nio Oraudo rcr. ,.s. 94
Krlc conv. la. serlcs "A". _'-_
Intcr. Merc. Mnrlne I'.s. 65','
Kansas Clty southern lst 3s. i-.iil
Loulsvlllo nnd Naah. Un. 4a. ???? !
Mlssourl PnclOe 4s. sl.
..orfoll. nnd Western lst con. ls. -'-'?
A'orfolk nnd Western conv. ls. 1-3%
.'ennsylvanla conv. n'.js (1913). 97U
jt. Louis nnd San Krnn. son. 5s. S9.4
-t. l.oula SVcstcrn lst gold 4a. 92.,
both elevator, export bnsls. Optlona closed
unchanged to '.c. net hlshoi. May, 73!.c;
July, 74*ic; Septeinber, "SUc. Onta-Steady.
Mlxed, nomlnal. Optlona -fie. net lower. May,
60Hc.
Beef? Flrm. Lard?KtronB. Tallow?Flrm.
I'ctrolenm?-teady. Roaln and Turpcntinc?
Flm. Rice nnd Molasses?Steady. Sugnr?
Itaw, steady; retlned, steady. Cofte'o?Fultires
closed stendy; spot. rnilr-1: Rio, No. 7. S?ic.;
.antoB. No. 1. -Uc.; mild. qulet; Cordovn,
9'j?.--,/i-. But ter?Flrm nnd unchanged.
Chocso?Flrm and uiichnnsed. Bggs?Flrm;
Ktat.-, Pcnnsylvanla and nearby hennery,
whlte, fancy, 2S-J5 28C.; do.. _nthorcd, whlte,
?.-'.i 2-<-c.; do., hennery, brown and mlxed,
fancy, 25*o"26r.; do., gathcrcd, brown, ralr to
prlmo. 2l(_>26c. l'otatoea?Steady; aouthcrn,
per barrel. ?I.25i*f.-1.7.".. Cnbbages?Steady and
unclinnsed; I'eanuls and Frclghts?Un
edanged.
Thc cottonsccd oil mnrkct was more nc
tlvo and Brnior on buylng by speculators nnd
Western packe'ra on thu strcngtli ln lard,
eloslnc 4't? 1_ points net higher. wlth sales
of 11..00 bnrrcls. Marcli, 7.1.*ii 7.1.1; May. 7.4.)
_7.43 Julv, 7...SCT-7.60: _eptember. 7.60-&>7._2:
prlme crude, _._?'!: prlmo suniincr yellow,
-..1-1.7.15: prlmo wlnter yellow, 7.5O*?rS.0O;'
iirimc summer whlte, 7.5508.00.
CHICAGO GBAIN M-.KKET.
Chlcago. 111., March 9-?Urged on by a
floo.l of crop dama'go reports wheat pricra
advanced throughout the aeaston to-day.
closing from 1% ?-*.-. up. Corn also advanc?
ed. anxlety of shorts to cover being tlio
movlng factor. Oats gained ln a less de?
gree, whlle provlslons went stcadlly higher
on ihe strengih of inereasod prices for ltvc
hoss, May pork closing at $_-.,33.
The lcadln. futures raneed as follows:
Open. Hlgh. I.ow. Close.
WHEAT?
May .1.1-1. LlS'.a 1.111- l-13.i
julv . 1.051. 1.07). 1.1*5 1.07'i,
tep't.1.029. l.-l. 1.01?i l.-Fi
CORN?
May . 63U G31? 621* 63;,
July . -5'i "j.i 641s _-*.'_
Sept. KJ-IJ li. ._ K.'.i 60.i
OATS?
May .?. ?'?? ? 4,? ?.;
July . ??!& >--- ?*? <??
Sept. 40 401a -''.i 10.?
MESS PORK?Per' bbl.
May .-4.M1- -?">???? 21,921- _..._,.
July .23.00 -3.50 2l.-7'.i 2.1.421
L.Y-.D-Fcr 100 Ibs. _
May .1".--'i 13.99 19.60 13.-.
July .I-.4- ".7.-. 13.45 13.70
Sept.13-.-0 13.7. 13.171. 13.70
SHORT R1BS?Fer 100 Ibs.
Mnv .L1.10 13.__ 13.10 13.2i'._
lufv .1_.?.. 13.-7.. 13.00 13.2.1.
Sc-p'l.13-10 13.--!- 13.071- 13.221.
Receipts?W-ieat, 103.600 buslu.-ls; corn. 61G
200 bushels; oats, 5.13.800 bushcla. Shipmonts
-Wheat, 4..00O bushels; corn, -'34,300 bualicls;
oais, 135,900 busliela.
Cash Wheat?No. 2 red, j:.i5|.#1.21*. No.
3 red, Sl.t4ffi-I.lS: -_-? 3 hard, ?..lltsfc'il.l-.*.
No. 3 hard, Jl.OOtSH.lll.: No- 1 . "?,.,,h.c^.'
Jl.I4i___-l.17U; No. 2 northern, Jl.1-.-j-.l-l-*'.:
No. 3 sprlng. *[email protected] Corn-No. 3. ,GS%?
59c*. No. 3 whlte, [email protected]?0?__c. No. 3 yellow,
,.;.v..vsssic; No. ??. [email protected]; No. 4 whlte.
[email protected] No. 4 yellow, -3?_6c, Oats-No.J
44c.* No. 2 whlte. ??46V4c; No. 3. -t-V-c.,
No. 3 white, 44g46e.; standard, 4?l'[email protected]
Baltimore, Md.. March 3.-W'hcat-Qulet;
spot. contract. $1.21; aouthcrn on grade,
nominal. Corn-Quiet; spot, 63V.C. Oats
Qulef. No. 2 white. Me.;. No. 2 mtxed. 19u
R>-o?Qulet; -S-o. 2 western. domestic &[email protected]
mciiMOxn r.r-Arx market.
Rlchmond. Va.. March 3. 1010.
WHOLESAI.E QUOTATIONS ON 'CHANGE.
WHEAT-Car lota. _^ ?
No. 2 red. Western. |' ?
No. 2 red, Vlrglnla. @ \-f
^a^d:::::::::::::::::::=-|l
Vlrglnla (bag lots). to V -.-?
CORN-Car lots.
No. 2 whlte. 71 ? .?
No. 3 whlte. ? ?'
No. 2 mlxed. ? ??
No. 3 mlx?d. ? ? ?
Vlrglnla (bag lota). J- ? '?
OATS-Car lots.
No. 2 ml_ed. "_?
No. 3 mixod. W ?
No. 2 whlte. W ?*
No. 3 white. [email protected] "1
Wlnter seed (bag lots). 50 ? 58
RYK-Car lots. #
no' 3::":::'...:'.::"'"'-...."'.v: ? ?
Virginia (liag lots). 84 # 87
CATTLE .UAKKETS.
RICHMOND LIVB STOCK MARKET.
(Sales at Unlon Stock Yarda.)
Report of tbe. livo stock murket for tli
week endhiK MnTi-li 7: .
Rlchmond. Va.. Mnrch 3, 1910.
Receipts?Cattle, 125 head; calves, 61 head
sheep, 3- li'ead;-hogs, 2.127 head.
Cattle?Best steers, e'jc: medium to good
r.'iijec: common to fair, -t'.i??/>5c.; best lielf
crs, 5!ic; medium to Kood, l.ijSSHc.,; bes
cows. ?'?.; medium to good, lwl_.c.; commui
to falr, ..Cg'S-Sc; bulls. 4?.l.?('.; oxtra llilt
higher. Cows and calves, J23?53.00 per head
Calves. _!i->7!_c.: extra. Se.; best sheep, 64
G'-'-c.; common to falr, S-iiC'Jc-; best lumbs
S-tti-SV-c; common to falr, 5?7VV_; b"_' '>9_l
lOe.; llglit and nicillum. 9?91!(C.j slioats, S?
SHc.i rougb hogs. 71.?_o,; tiuurantlncd cat
tle, ,.'l.jj.CD; u. low extra, higher.
Chicago, -II-. March 9.?Cnttlo-l-ccoipl
esllmaiod at 7.3M liead. Murkot 10?16;
T ; hlKlmr. Siocrs, S.',..*.0_i)S.40; cows. ***???'?'
??! helfrra, J4W-.0I); bulls. 84.50^6:501 calves, $31
"|10.(?: stockcrs and feedeis, $l.'.'3?J 6.00. Hob
1 I ? Rccelpu estlmated at 17,000. Head, Markf
I l2030e. higher.' Cliolco heavy; S10.45.. 10.:*;
3' DUtohera, S10.40'(i40.60; HfilU mlxed. $10.00,
s ? 10.23; cli-loo llgl't. *10.30ftr 10.40; piss. *9.i.0l,
9.90; -bulk of sales. $10.10U10..0, Shecp-Itf
colpta estlmated al 12,000 head. Market 10
l.-.e. hlglior. . hoep, ?6.50#S,23; laiiibs, S7.-U'
n.CO; yearllnKs,, ?7.30fti S.00.
Now Yovk, March 9.?Boovos?Rocelp
3,503 head. Steors-tlrin; bulls and cows.gei
erally sloady. Steors, $6.30Sf7.60; oxen, *3.
41',-i.00; bulls. S4??_23; cowa, ?>..-ivW^??,
Calvea-Reciilpts 2,251 head. Voals, _*7.W
1100; culls, SS'ii 7.00; barn yard calves. \WtA
Sheep und i.arnhs?Roceliita 5,500 head, Tlirj
i enra on salo, Sheep. ow.os. S5?f.7.00; cull
I, ' $ia3,75; wcthera. IS.0O; ycariln.s, ?9.00i o
S'eaboard Alr Llne Is (bld). fl
southoni Paclllc conv. Is. 10'JU
Southern Rallway 3s. 10M
-OUtlicin Ralhvav gen. *s. .9!?
United Stntcs rofundlng :s, re.glBtcrcd.. tOOTi
United Htates refundlns '-'*? coupon. tnoj,
Unllcd Stales 3s. reglslttrcd. 102U
United Sta.es Ss, coupon. 102VS
United Stalt'.i Is. reglstered. Il4*i
United Stato. 4?, coupon. UI-?
Pnlon Paclllc conv. l?. J?}j
United Ktates Steel 2nd os. 10o'.:
/Irclnla-Carollna Chemical js. J9
xt. Is.3-;;
vVabash 1st
dinary to falr lambs. *9?'p-.B0. ?oip?n*
celpts 1,831 head. Market hlgher at ;10..,0_
10.CO.
JCICHMOM) TOIJACCO MARKET.
Richmond, Va.. March 9, 1S10.
BrlshtB-Uiiehangcil. Qulet. nut llrm. Fal:
rccelpis. Dark Tobaceo-Re^clpts llberal
Market steady at unchanged prlces. Sun.
I Cured?Recelpts coiiilnuc llberal and mar
lret active at prices quoted for ali aoum
stock.
viARK STEMMING?NEW.
Lu.s ...?..* "J S*7.0
Short leaf.00 <_) 9.0
Lon= leaf. l?-*? * W.6
BROWN SIIIPPIN'G?NEW.
I.ug? . _?? ? H
Short leaf. '?? ? 8.S
Lon* leaf. 9.00 ? 12.0
Wrappers . ">??> ? ???
BRIOHTS.
SMOTCERS?Common . ".OO tp 8-5
Midlum . 9.W) 0 11.5
lT|ne . 12.00 & 13.0
CRTTERS?Common . H-OO & 12.5
Medlum . 18.0O <S> 14.3
Kinp . 16.00 f?, 1S.0
Fancy . lsM ? 20'?
FILLERS?Gomman . s? ? 1O.0
Mediuni . "?? f ???
Good .'. l-?? ? ??*
Klne .14?? ?* 15-c
WRAPPERS?Common . 13-00 (3 17.0
Medlum . I'-" g ?J
Cond . ?.W' '?<* M-c
Fine . 32.50 0 37.5
Fancy . 40'00 ?_>???
SUN'-CURED?NEW.
Lugs. common to good. 5.00 <W 1.*
Lugs. good to prlme. S.w ? 9.o
Short leaf. 10.4)0 ? Ha
Long leaf. 11.00
Wrappers .16-00 ? 3,,.c
mlngs .'?? !??
MISCELLANEOUS MARKETS.
PEANUT MARKET.
(Reportcd by Rod-crs, McCabe & Co.>
Petersburg, Va., March 9.?Peanuta.
Spanlsh_Flrm at $1.33 por bushols; recelpt
llght. VtrgUta*. ?Steady, Bunch, 4'._<3iGc.
fanr.y, l!14fP,ie.: maehlno picked, 3%4H!_c.
shelllng stock. 3H6'4e.
DRY GOODS MARKET.
N_\v York, Maich 0.?Thero was more ln
qulry for finishcd .goods ln the cotton good
tiade durlng the day. Staplo hosiery U i
better rall for spot shipinenls. .lobbers ha
a fair day; Cotton and silk fabrics are bc
Itig: bought freely by thc retail trade. nn
tnssahs and foulards iu sllUf. are also i
better call.
NAVAL STORES.
Wilmington. N. C. March !>.-Splrts Tu;
pentine?Steady at 59lic.; recelpts 11 cask
Rosln?Recelpta 126 barrels. Tar?Flrm ?
$2.00; recelpts 715 barrels. Crudc. Turper
tin??Flrm al $31}'4.50 and $3.76; recelpts.
barrels.
Savannah. C,a., Mareh ?.?Turpentine
Firm at 60c.; rccelpis 154 casks; sales 2
casks; shlpmcnts 312 casks; stock 14.S
casks. Rosin?Flrm; sales 923 barrela; n
ccipts 051 barrels; shlpmcnts 1,303 barrel
stock 101,i!oG barrels.
Charleston, S. C. March 9.?Turpentine
Flrm at 60c. Rosin?Firm.
MARTNE INTELLIGKNCE.
PORT OF RICHMOND, MARCH 9, 1910.
ARRIVED.
Steamer Berkeley, Shelly. Norfolk. mei
ohandise and passengers. Old Domlnlon Lln
Steamer Aurora, Furman. Petersburg ar
James Rlver landlngs, merchandlse and pa
sensers, 1'hilllps Llne.
SAILED.
Steamer Berkeley. Shelly. Norfolk, me'
chandisc and passengers. Old Domlnion Lin
Stoamcr Pocahontas, Gravcs, Norfolk ai
James River landlngs, merchandiso and pa
Bcngers, Virginia Xavigatlon Company.
Steamer Aurora, Kumian, Petersburg at
James Rlver landlngs, merchandlse and pa
sengors, Phlllips Llne.
Treasury Statement.
Washington. D. C, March 9.?The com!
tlon of the Treasury at tho beginnlng
business to-day was as follows:
Trust Funds.
Gold coltl..38-4.963,1
Sllver dollars. 486,849,1
Silver dollars of lSSO. 3,823,1
Sllver eertillcates nutstandlng. 4S6,S49,<
(ieneral Fund.
Standard sllver dollars iti goneral
fund .J 4,860,1
Current llabllltles. O9,078.i
Worklng balance in Treasury offlcoa 20,777.1
ln banks to ereiilt of Treasurer of
tho United States. 35,8.53,!
Subsldlary sllver coln. 21.375,1
Mlnor coln. 1,157,1
Tolal balance in gtmural fund. -0,900,:
STREETS REPORT.
Bradstreei's Saturday wlll say for Rlc
mond and vlcinity:
Condltlons ln general trado aro good, ho
ovor, a tendency toward dullncsH ls notod
Eome lines. The manufauturlng and Jobbi
paper trado roporl laigor ordai's and actl
Inqulrles. Maiiufaeturera of trunka. ba
aud leathcr novoltloa report aotlvo sah
'Prnduce |s qulet; apples aro scarce a
high- Sales of leaf tobaeco contlnuo lari
aml prlces ranglng up to 40c. por pou
aro reportcd. Thc dry goods market Is fa:
MILLER ? CO
BANKERS AND BROKERS,
1107 1-. MalniStrcct.
Members New York Stock l.xchanj
New York Cotton Exchange, Chica
Boanl of Trarle. Orders executed I
iivve-tinent or on niargiu on all cxchangi
Private wires to New York, Chicago a:
New Orleans.
?E. LEE RODEN, Manager.
ty nellve, nenlerg In I-tnlH und'eflp- report
Ijicrenaed anleit. An aetlvo demaiid for lontp.;
Iron and tnotal- la nolcd. Pcrlillsern flro'
reported movlng mnre unllsfaetorlly, how?
ever: the iriuon ls late. Retail irado I
quiot. CollectloH- aro fnlr to good,
?? Amtilgnmntrd Copper l.l-t.il.
Now Vork, Mareh 9,? Tho governor of the
Ptnck KxehntiRO nutliorl?nd tlie plnclug of
Amnlgnmnted Copper ln the regulnr. "Ilsted
depnrtnient." Thoi eompany's atithorl-ed
rnpltnl Is JI53.0M,0W). ot whloll .,.jJ,8Si,9IK) Is
now lesucd nnd outntnmllng.
MYIrIiIk Mado Fiitillr.
New Orlonns, Mareh 9.?Secretary tlester
(o-thiy Issueil a atalemont of welgtus of'
fi,r,28,7(W bales of cotton hnndlcd nt out ports
nnd noross thc Mhtslsglppt, Ohlo and Poto- ?
inne rlvers overtalid to Amerlcan tnnnitfac-<
liirora outslile of thn cotton belt durlng' tlio
months of September to February, Inelti- j
she. showing an averngn ot1510,42 pounds
rmrtlnst 519.41 pounds for Ihn sainc porlnd !
Inst yoar.
suniKME cotrtir opimojvs.
Dccl.itotift llnnileil Down l>y Ainrth Cor
ollnn Trlliimnt.
[Special to Tlio Tlmes-Dlspn.teh.J
Ttalelgh, N, C. March 9.?Tho North
Carollna Supremc Court dtsposcd of
twe-nty-one easea on uppeal thlfl after?
noon. ns folloivn:
Stntc ,vs. atopheiifl, New Hnnover,
motlon to rcninnd alloivcd: Wolfendon
vs. ComnilHaloner.'!. Uoaufort. error;
Henderson vs. Lumber Company, Pltt,
afflnned; BiiBgy Corporatlon vs. Kall
road, Craven, rcversedj Dcepe vs. Kall
rond, Craven. now trial: Kord vs. Mnn
nlnp. pltt, nfnrmed*, AVills vs. Construc?
tlon Company, Crnvcn, new trial: Brown
vs. Plereo, Craven, iilTlriitert: Smlth vs,
French. Craven. iiffl'rrhea: Whltilcld vs.
Hoberson, Martln, iifllrmed; Bverott vs.
Wlllliims, Martln, aflirmed: Blssell vs.
Lumber Company. Martln, ufllrined;
Bank vs. Drui? Company; Franklin, af?
flnned; Elllson vs. Wllllamson, Martln,
nfllrmcd: Clary vs. Hat ton. Martln, new
trial: I-effffett vs. llatlroad. Martln, af?
lirmed; KiiiB'ht va. Kvorctt. Martln, fif
llrnied; Klncli vs. Slaler, Wllson. error:
MiinufactuiinB Company vs. Telegraph
J Company, Wake, revcrscd: Sprlngtleld
??'vs. Uallrond, Hnywood, modlfled and
? jalllrme-l: Slmmon vs. I'otter. dtsml-scd
! under rule 17.
? INSTANTLV KILI.EI) BV TRAITt.
1 | Belleved thnt Oeorge Oreene XVan Asleep
" IVhrii He \Yuk Kiill Over.
' I [Special lo The Tlmoii-DJ.pnl'ch. J
i Martinsville. Va., March 9.?George Oreen
of llils county, nboul thirty years old. wa?
I run over and instantly klllod by a south
" ! bound passenger traln on the Norfolk and
Western road a ?ew hundred yards west nt
.Martinsville about S o'clock Insl nlght. It
ls supposed that Grcene sal down on th_
track and fee! aslecp. Tho englnoer saw
hlm too late to prevent the accldent.
Clrecne was n worklng man am* wns on
his way lo Wnller. wherc hla mother llves.
His remalns were taken ln charge by tlio
coroncr and turned over to undertakcrs.
WILL AI'PEAL TO GOVERNOR.
Counsel for Murdcren. or Wultcr Sehultz t_
I'lcud for Commutution.
[Special to Tho Tlmeg.Dlspatch.J.
Alexandrla. Va.. MRrch 3.?Lewls 11.
Maehcn, represontlng Calvln Johnson. ono
pf tho quartet of negroes convlctod of tn?
I murder of Waltor F. .Scliult.. has received
I a letter from Governor Mann, ln which lh?
, Oovernor stated that hc would bo willing to
lake up tho cases of thc negroes followliiK
Ihe adjournment of tho State tvglslaturc.
. Mr. Machon c.vpects to leave for Richmond
1 Monday next and dlscuss the matter wllh
; the Governor. All four negroes are sen
tenced to be clectrocuted March IS n?xt.
Bond I-siue for Improvemeiitn.
f Special to The Tlmes-DIspatch.l
Frederlcksburg, Va., March '?'??A
special electlon was held at Colonlal
Beach to-day on the questlon of lssu
ins bonds to the amount of $10,000
for street and other town Improve
01 ments. Thc bond issue was carrled by
??. twenty-flve majority.
National State Bank
RICHMOND, VA.
(Formerly thc State Bank of Virginia)
Capital, - $500,000
Surplus, - $350,000
JOHN S. ELLETT, President.
WM. M. HILL. Cashier.
JULIEN H. HILL, Asst. Cash.
Deposits large and small received. In?
terest allowcd on savings deposits.
The Surplus
What are you doing with your
surplus cash? Some people spend
it for things they do not actually
require, but wise people put it in
thc bank, where it will grow at
compound interest. We cordially
invitc you to open an account with
us.
Banking by Mail Accounts
Invited.
Interest Paid on
Savings Accounts
4%
Commonwealth Bank,
12 N. Ninth St., Richmond, Va.
Branch?4 East Broad Street,
Richmond, Va.
_Q. A. BARBEJR E. A. BARBER. Ut
'Phono 5321.
?. .4. BARBER & CO.
Accovntlnir, Auditlnjr,
OriranUlnK. Syst-matl.ln*.
_1S Mutual Bullding,
RICHMOND, VA.
CITY BANK
OF RICHMOND VA.
Capital, - i - ? -. $400,001
Surplus and Undivided Profits, $175,00*
Would be pleated to recelve the accounts of coi
porations, nrnia and individuals.
lntere?t allowcd on deposits ln Savin.a Depart
ment. '
WILU'anTh. PALMER, Presldent.
II. B. ADDISON, Vice-Pre-ldent.
I. W, S1NTON. Caihelr.
Branch Cabell & Co.
BANKERS.
1113 R.___lnS_ Phone. No. 4( and 79*
Member* New York Stock ' E-ch??i-,, Nn
York Cotton Exchange and Chlcago Board g
Trada.
fimimial.
finantlal.
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
OF VIRGINIA.
Incorporated as a Stock Company ir. 1871.
Issues the Most Liberal Forma of Life and Endowment
1 Pollcies from $1,000.00 to $25,000.00,
Wlth Prcmluras Payable Annually, Scmt-Annually or
Quarterly.
All Pollcies are Non-partlclpatlnfi.
Insurance ln force Dec. 31, 1909.$68,337,613 00
Assets Dec. 31* 1909. 5,372,691 99
Capital and Surplus Dec. 31, 1909. 1,060,286 67
JOHN G. WALKER, President
Virginia Trust Co.
922 E. MAIN ST..RICHMOND, VA.
i capital i
_lJone million dollars!
Mutual Confidence
It is thc constant purpose of thc management of this institution
to come into close personal contact with its dcpc_>itor3 and establish
mutual contidence. Thus thc ripc cxpcricncc of this old cstablishcd
institution, as well as the unfjucstioned sccurity which it affords, is
madc availablc for the clcposttor of moderate resources, and every
courtcsy and attcntion are accorded to those who patronizc this Com?
pany, whether their business is large or small.
H. W. JACKSON, President.
JAS. N. BOYD, Vice-Pres. JNO. M. MILLER, Jr., Vice-Pres.
L. D. AYLETT, Secretary. JNO. H. SOUTHALL, Treasurer.
3<V_. ON SAVINGS & IN ACTIVE ACCOUNTS
5 Per Cent. Money 5 Per Cent. Money
Stop Paying Rent
BORROW MONEY AT 5 PER CENT. SIMPLE INTEREST PER YEAR
AND BUY A HOME.
,\Vc will loan you any amount to purchasc or improvc real estate at an aver
agc payment not to exceed $9.64 per month, principal and interest, on each
$1,000 borrowed.
YOU DO NOT HAVE TO OWN REAL ESTATE IN ORDER TO SE
CURE A LOAN.
If intcrcstcd, let us cxplain our plan, and how you can in a short time be
your own landlord, or how you can hft that mortgage on which you are paying
an exorbifant rate of intcrest. If it is not conventent to call, wc can handlc
your business by mail. #'????'?_
Our Invcstment Contract guarantces 12 per cent. per annum for the averagc
time for the amount paid at maturity of contract.
Call on or address
THE CAPITAL SECURITY COMPANY,
Home Life Bulldlnft, Washlngton, D. C,
Adderion Real Estate Law Co.,
Resident Agent* for Richmond and
Manchester
N00NAN & MASON,
STATE AGENTS.
523 Seaboard Bank Building, Norfolk, Va.
11th & Main, Richmond, Va. Phone Mad. 845
Energetic Agents Wanted.
THE
South Atlantic
Life
Insurance
Company
E. STRUDWICK,
Pres.
A POLICY
In this strong Southern Life Insurance
institution insurcs comfort and pro
tcction to your loved oncs after death.
and it climinatcs the embarrassments
that confront those left behind.
HOME OFFICES,
Mutual Building
A. O. SWINK,
Manafter for Virginia.
Local Representatlvcs: M. D.
Hart, Arthur Levy, O. S. Hunter.
I
-nvrn.i_tiai_>n-_rr-'-"^i,-"'"-''^'^?'-,:t^'>*"-J*'^*h'*
Is a commcr
cial bank?uscs
its funds for the
betterment of
the commercial
interests of the
community.
Capital and aurplue
$1,900,000.00.
1104 EAST MAIN STREET
1
J
"Stronfc as the Stronfcest."
Open an Account Witli thc
Savings Bank of Richmond,
1117 East Main Street,
R, A. PATTERSON, President.
JAMES M. BALL, Cashier.
WILL
Will to grow rich or to be
independent right now, and
you are ori thc fair road. Will
to save, and start with one
dollar or more in the Bank of
Richmond?that is the way
to grow independent.
The Bank of
Richmond
Will help you.
Nlnth and Maln Streets,
303 East Broad Street,
3914 Williamsburg Avenue,
or ,
Twenty-fifth and Broad Streets.

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