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New York
Stock Market
N'u- v<Tk November I'fl -Tha mo?t
effective innuenre on tb-d*y'a ?toeK|
of yeaterdny's market. The trmierd
watched !??. i i. .ii'." irance ?<( tm
orderii In Unlti ?'? Ht iti Bte I unioi
I'aelflc nmi Renrtlnir. Thej sold tnoso
Modi" and tin genoral llsl ISecatise iiio
ordera failed (o appear, Thln ?'??.'"}."
mi io indlcnt* Hi- abatidonmenl <>f t)?o.'
iitirmjii ii inauiturate h new market,
move bi < oncentrated deallwrs ln thon?
.Mi.-ks. The reappearance ol the same
k n,i <<r buylna ln United States t*te \ ?
and L'nion Paclfli ln
hour i
ii i lefi imi'iii
from Jani
.1 8 PT C8
day. 30T.S00 sr-..?r?.. ot <: ??
New York. Sovember lt? ttonej
call easy. 2 1-4031-4 - -
rate. 31-4: ?'closlng bid. 2 1-3: off
at ; 3-4. Time loans s?!; and J.
active; s'.xty days. 4 1-204 2-4 ?*? c
ninety days and six monthj I
1'rlme mercantlle paper. 5 1-1 to 6
cent. Sterling exchange
business in bankers' bilta at 14.81
$4.8180 for slxty-day bi!'.?. uv
J4.S390 for demar.d. Corr._r.---r-'.a'.
54.S11?! S4.S1 1-2. Bar silver 55 '???
lean dollars, 46.
tal --
RICHMOND STOCK StARKET.
Bv RIchard W. Maury.
Stock and Bond BrokT. 1013 E. Main St.
Rlchmond. Va., November ".?. 1310.
STATE SECtmrxrBS. Rld- Asked
Clrglnla 3s, Old C. ar.d R-, 19K.... R
Virginla 3s, Old. C. nr.il R., 1332 ... 87
CITT 8BCURITIES. f
Rich. Clty 4s. C. and R.. 193S-1940. 95?i ...
RAILROAD BONDS.
A. C. L. R. R. Con. Tr. 4 p. c. B4
C. and O. R. and A. Gen"l M. His.. Irl
Georffla. Pac. lst 6s, C. 1922. 113
Georgla. So. and Ela., 1945. 1C4
G.orgia and Ala. Con. Ss. 1945? 103
Nor. and West. Ry. 4s. 1S96. 99
Rlch. and Dan. Gold Ca, C, ISli.. Ju5
Seaboard Air Line ts, 1950. 55
Seaboard AdJ. 5 p. c. bonds. 1919.. 75V4 ...
Southern Railway lst Es, 1994. 1(N
Western N. C, lst 6s. C, 1014. .05
STREET RAILWAY BONDS.
Va. Ry. ar.d Power Co. 5s, 191.... SS
STREET RY. STOCKS. Par.
Va. Ry. and Power Co. ptd....l00 71
Va. Ry. and Power Co. com....KO 23
RAILROAD STOCKS. Par.
Atlantlc Coast I.lne com.1(0 119
"?hesapeake and Ohlo .100 f.3H ...
Norfolk and Western com.!C0 99
It.. P. and P. Div. Ot>llgatlon..l00 270
Southern Railway pfd.100 Sj
southern Railway com.100 27^4 ...
BANK AND TRUST. CO. STOCKSI
Bank of Commerce and Trust..100 119
Kirsl National.lOfJ 3C?1
Merchants National.,...1(10 675
Mechanlcs and Merchantg Bnnk.lOO tiu
National Bank of Virginia .1W 1^14 ...
National State and Clty Bank.,100 173
Planters National.1C0 675
SavlngB Bank of Richmond.... 2.1 63
Virginla Trust Company.UO US
MISCELLANEOUS.
American Tob. pfd. 6 p. c.100 54
American Locomotive pfd. 106 ,,.
Va.-Car. Chem. pfd. S p. c.100 122 ...
Va.-Car. Chem. Co. com.100 63
Quotatlons for interest-paying bonds ar?
*t a prlce, to which interest must be added.
income bonds and certiflcates of Indebted
ness are flat. .... ??'.
COTTON MARKET.
New Vork, November '.?".?The colton mar?
ket was flrmer to-day, recoverlng practl.
cally all of yesterday's loss on a moder?
ate demand from shorts, trado lnteresta and
locai bulls, accompanled by claima that the
market had discounted u hear report from
tht- Census Bureau next Monday. Thc closo
was flrm at a nfcl advancc of 91(16 polnts.
The market opened steady at an advanco
Ol l&l points in responsc to bulllsh forcign
trade advlccs, and soon worked up to a
nn advance of 12313 points on covering by
recent seilers, buying up forelgn and domes?
tlc trado IntcrettB and bull support !n
?plred by the steadlnesx of Llvelrpool and
an idea that liquldation had been pretty well
r^omplcted on the decline earlier ln the
Week. Offerlngs became a little heavier on
Uie advancc with early buyors taking small
proflts owing to the fallure of thr upward
movement to astract a broadoning outside
demand. but the market reacted only 4<<Tf5
polnts from the top and later flrmed up
agaln. wlth the close at practlcally the
best prices of the day. Tlu: buying late
in the day was probably encouraged by
rumors that thc latest figures of tho Na?
tional fllnners' Assoclatlon polnted to n
tota! glnnlng of 8,950,000 bales to Ihe close
of business on November 12, whereas yes?
terday the trade was talklng a glnnlng re.
pot". next Monday of 9,000,000 bales or over,
and numerouB private icports from tlie
South Indlcatlng an unusualiy large per?
centage of the crop glnned, also made a
bull impression on sentlment. I'rlv.tle ca?
bles from Llvenpool attributed the steadi
ness of the market thore to nn lmproved
di-mand from trade interests, more particu?
larly from German splnners,
Southern spot marketB offlclally reported
early wore generally unchanged to l-16c.
hlgher. a compllatlon of several hundred
reports received here trom pretty much
all over the South by a prominent local
flrm iniilcatts on the average between 7S
? nd 81 per eent. of the total crop had
been elnned by Novomber 1. Recelpts at
the ports were 7'.40! bales. agalnst 16,033
laat week mid M.32S lasl year; for the week,
H.W ables. agalnst 376.60S lasi week and
177,068 last year. To-day's recelpts at Nr w
Orleans, 7.S4! bales, agalnst 11,016 last year.
Futures opened steady an.l closed flrm:
Open. Hlgh. Low, Closo.
November . 14..":: 14.33 14.34
December . 14.3-i H.4J 14.IC, 14.41
.Tanuary . 14.M 14.37 14.26 14.36
February . 14.14
March . 14.43 14.53 14.40 14.51
Thomas Branch & Co
(EsUbllihed 18334
New York Stock Exchange
New York Cotton Exchange
Private Wires to
PrinciDal Markets
Official Range and Sale of Stocks in New York
Ope
SALES
Amer. Agrl. Chem., com.
Alll ?-Chfllmors .
;*nn Alll**-' 'liiiliunr*'. pfd.
8,100 Anialgamaled Copper ...
im A ii,. .b mi Can .
!?,? Arrh rlenri CitH, pf'i .
1,400 Am' r, Car nnd foundry.
Amer. Car an i Fotih , i>rd
l.'ii'i Anicr'enn Colton OU.
800 Amer. Llnseed 011, com. .
400 Amer. Llnseed nll, pfd...
MO Amerlcnn LOCOmdtll B ...
Amer. Locomotlve, pftl...
Amer, Mull, nfd.
1,600 Amerlesn Smeltlns .
800 Amerle in Bi ol Su*;.ir...
I"' Amorli nn Sugar
By THOMAS BRANCH & CO., Banker* and Brokers.
n. Hlgh, Low. Closlng. Open.
Bld. Aaked. SALES
S2U
1.600 Anior. Tel ..'inil Tel; CO... II
I* American Tobacco, eom, c.">
100 American Tobacco, pfd.. ?!!
Ahacondd Copper .
8,8)0 Atchlson . '"?':?
1,000 Atlnntl* Coast Llno. 1K0
ill a, C. !.. of Connectleut.. :3&
nn Biltlmore and ohio. h~\
I.SOO Brooklyn Rapld Translt. ,,1
,vw Canadian Paciflc . i-':ii
125 Central Leathei . J-HK
i 6T, Chesapeake and Ohio.... MV
i"0 Chlcago Greal Western JXTS
?Phi f.reat WeSt t-ifd
4GJ4 ?"Hi 200 Great Northern Ore ctfs U0V4
S?i 10 Illlnols Central .
i'i'A 82 8-t'A I,*>00 Int Metropolltan . 21U,
li'.n., ;n\ td'.s l.tjoo Irlt, Metropolltan, pfd.. B?VS
i" 9T? 1" Int. Mer. Marlne, com."
? ?''?i 70 78M Internntlonnl Pnner .. .
m'i M*, 1.1 4on int Paper. pfd. ?*<?.
lll 1"'*j !K? Knn. Clty South., com.. 33M
UI IM Wft Kansas Clty South., pfd ,.
i:>, HIM VM 700 Loulsvllle and Nashvllle Hf>h
83)4 ;i.H4 ::( Manhattan .
SS M ?'j 700 Mo., Kan. nnd Toxas_ ;t3?4
llk' 107 Mo., Knn. nnd Tex., pfd. ...
33 3T, 11,2**0 Missouri Paciflc . 61?
Mi% M% Mft Ti"*) National Load . f,<*i4
;i;vtj :ts',4 .v^ 0,300 New York Central. ni'.j
HMt, 117!*? 119 N. V.. Ont. nnd Western ...
IIH) 1H\ U- 200 N'orfolk nnd Western... 09
4:1 r.-ii c.i fi.900 Northern Paclfic . lpjif,
WM M'. H PaclMc Mail .
<? RH 7.600 Pennsylvanla .,. 1.10
' *' < "'?? 100 People's Gus . ir?*,Uj
' ? ' ' 1 Pressed Steel Car.
Pressed steel Car, pfd.
Steel Sprmg, com... .'H?<.
ling . 163T4
ibllc Iron antl Steel 34?4
iblii* I. nnd 9.. pfd.
?i Island . 321^
< Islarui, pfd. 6Vi'i
f-shefTlcld . 52
?ern Paclfic .HS-i,
hcrn Rallway . 27%
hern Rallway, pfd.
dard OU . K22
ssee Copper . 37W
is Paciflc . 26'.,
1 Paclfic . 177H
ed States Rubber... 35V6
e I States Steel. wtj,
ed States Steel. pfd ...
Car. Chemlcal . 62V?
Car. Chemlcal, pfd.
. 17VS
- i fd. 3fi*K
n Unlon . 71N
Total sales for day, 514,
130U
34 Uj
9614
CLOSING BOND QUOTATIONS
ich!
-. ? - si all r^:s-N?t'
. '-. ?>! bsles; export to Great
balei France. :.. ??-'
Contlnent. K6.GS baies; toj
h : 3,49! bales; to Mexlco, WO bales.
-
New Orleans, La., November 16.?Spot co:- j
?t sdy ar.d unchanged: mldd.r.g. :?Sc-;
loles on the spot 500 bsles and 2.7Q0 to ar- !
" turei opened steady at an advance
if 6'ii^ polnts on giod cables and ur-favor
ible weathei ? nts from the Western
md Central portions of the cor.or. belt.
?"rlvate telegrams reported rain and cold
veather and unfavorable conditions gener
tlty for picking at many polnts in Texaa
ind in the Mississlppi Valley. The weather
orecast prelicted raln and poes:biy snow j
or Texas, Alabama, Misslsslppl and Georgla :
;ave the market added strength from the
nlddlo of the mornlng on, and tradlng
uonths were sent up untll they stood at a
iot advanco ol 16?17 polnts. Houses wlth
~onnectlons in the interlor issued slate.
-nentB tn the effect that Interlor spot hold
srs, especially it; Texas, were weakenlng,
>ut thls was dtsputed by bulls and many
ipot buyers. The movement was heavy and
ipot houacs sal dlt was due to preparations
'or unusualiy large entl of November ex
iorts. Futures closed steady at a net ad
?anco of 21'o 23 polnts. Closlng hld: Novem
,er, H.27, nomlnal: December. 14.34: January,
4.44; March, 11.61; May, 14.73; July, 14.72.
LOCAL MARKET QCOTATIONS.
Furnished by Levy Commlsslon Co., Com?
mission Merchants. Rlchmond. Va.)
Rlchmond, Va.. November 16. 1910.
ACTUAL WHOLESALE QUOTATIONS
Ol" MARKETS.
LIVE POULTRT.
"urkeys. iarge and fat. 17
"urkeys. small and thln. 15 ?? 16
hickens. cholce. small, lb. 11 ? 15
:iiickeiis. cholce, medium, lb.. 14
?hickens. large, lb. 13
Kns. per lb. H ? 12
tnostors. each. 35 ? 40
!oe?e. fat. large. each. 65 ? "0 ,
ieese, nmall, ?ach. 45_ @ 50 |
)ucks, large, young. lb....,. 16 |
Jucks, small. young. lb. 13 ? 14
DRESSED POULTRY.
(Head and Feet Off?Undrawn.)
rurkeys, large and fat. lb. 20 ' I
rurkeys, small and thln. lb.. 17 ? li ;
??owl. per lb. 13 ? 11 j
'hickens. per lb. 14 ? 16 ?
3ucks. large and fat, lb. 17 ? 1? ,
Ducks, small and thln, lb. 14 fe 15 |
jeese. fat. lb.:?? 10 ? 11 ,
DRESSED, HOGS.
Hogs, small sizes, lb. 11 ? 11U
Hogs, large and medium, lb.. 10 ? 1014
Hogs. sows and stags. j>
Hogs. boars. 1 ? "Va i
gparerlbs and liver. 13 0 12VJ
Jounlry sausage, lb. 12 ?
GAME.
Whole deer, per lb. 15
Saddles, per lb. 20 ?
Rabblts, No. 1, each. 22
Rabblts, No. 2, each. 12 ?
EGGS?CRATED.
ln crates, nearby, fresh, doz.. 29 i
In'craies. othor sectlons, doz.. 2S 131 ;9
Qulnea. doz. IS
BUTTER.
Family. cholce, frosh. lb. 25
Merchants', falr. lb. -'OVs
LIVE STOCK.
Veals. cholce to fancy. lb. 9
Veais, poor to falr. lb. 3 0 3H |
Calves, runners, lb. 5 0
Sheep, lb. 3 SJ
Lambs, spring, lb. 6
Cattle, fair 10 prlmo, lb. 3 df
Hogs, lb. SI413
COUNTRV-CURED BACON.
Hams. well smoked, large, lb. IS ?
Sldes, well smoked, lb. 17 <Q
Shoulders, well smoked. lb.... 17 ?
HIDES.
Pry fllnt. lb. 16
Dry salt. per lb. 14
Green, salt, per ih. 9
Green. p?r lb. t
Green, damaged, per lb. 6 ?
Tallow . 6
Beeswax . M
WOOL.
Bright, No. 1, tubwnahed. ;b.. 2?
Bright. No. 2. unwashed. lb... 24 ?
Ch., unwashed, free of burrs.. 11
Ch., unwashed. llghtly burry. 18
Oh,, unwashed. medium burry 26
MISCELLANEOUS.
Drled apples . 1%
Onlons, dry. per bbl. 1.75 ? 2.25
Potatoes. Irlsh, No. 1, bbl. 1.50 ? 1.7S
Apples, bbl. 1.75 ? S.00
Walnuts, per bus. 60
NFW VORK PROIU'CK MARKET.
Now York, November IC.?Flour?Barelv
sioHdy al old quotatlons. Rye Flour?Flrm.
Bucktvheal Flour?Dull. Buckwheat?Qulet.
Cornnieal and Ryo-Steady. Rarley-Flrm.
Wheat- Markel easy; No. 2 red, K\v, eleva?
tor and 06,J?n, t "? b. afloat. Futures closed
OPEN AN AC-~>UNT WITH
The Union Bank
of Richmond
1107 KAS.T MAIN STREET.
J1.00 MAiCKS A 8TAHT. 3 PER
CENT. INTEKK8T.
?
Ktna-or
SoffoXk
Nrri -*:**
S*2\r r.?* i?: -- D."'- X.x.c.; May,
t'-(S\: ."-.* IXGM -Flra No. : corn,
il"-i--. ?:i-ii::r ;.---.?: Mull to arrlve, c.
I f *ri 7.S.- '. c b afloat. Futures clos?
ed H9'.~ net c?eUa? December, 5Uic:
Ms; v , - ?:???>'.*.:; r.::u-*s t'lo?ed ;
?c Set - ?- ,V ?J '?" -" Ncvcmber.
.***-,: r- ? ? ?- " ; ;',". ???'J. July. ri'-'jo.
Beei?5-.is- - T?"iow?Qulet.
7 ?- . ? ? 5*. i ' rT-?in ar.d Turpentlne?
Qu:**.. R .-.- *- - aaiet?Steady. Sugar?
?ed fi t of 14?20
r? oU Spot, S: ? R :-'?c : Santos,
N- l ::-,- -~. Cordora, imet3%c.
Batter r.-J. ? -i Flrm a**d unchanged.
Hgga?5tea*> * gerator Srsts. ln 'ocal
ttorare. .?? lo. sc-conds. 73-H24C.
? ?-.--? ., ? iges?Steady. Frelghts
a.-.i Ps ?.- itl . *ft I
Coltosaetd o:: *raa decldedly lower under
?.-. : r ? ai ngi, holding off poi?
lcy of bu> ? - - . ? mpathy wlth weak
neas of r* ? i ns Fulurea closed but 15
pr-.r.:. nei toiwer Sovi nber, 7.1S07.17; !'>??
cember. 7.1Sf?7.17 January, 7.1V<i 7.:"; Feb.
ruary, 7.SI4S7.S' March, 7.U?7.*3; prlme
et Ie ? .;- lummer ye.iow, 7.10U7.2S: do.
I 7.7? fS.50; ,io... summer *.vh!te.
CHICAGO ORAIN MARKET.
Chicago, IH., N- vember lfl.-Reaaaurlng
news from Argentir.n to-day ended anxlety
regarding the safety of :h? wheat crop ln
that country and gave a sharp backsei to
prices here. The close -was weak at a net
loss of 'ic. All the other leadlng staples,
too. suffered a decllne. corn rlnlshlng '?i'fi'sc.
down; oats off tttJUc. to ViOHc., and pro.
vlslons lower by 5fi7V2e. to 40c.
Tne leadlng futures ranged as follows:
Open. Hlgh. Low. Close,
WHEAT?
Dec. !>: 93 90?? Wi
May . <r,'; 9S ssy :-;*,
July . Sl?, MH 9314 Mii
CORN?
Dec. 461i
May . 4S',
July . Ifii
OATS?
Dec. 313i
May . ZA\
July . 311
MESS PORK?Per bbl."
Jan.17.41
LARD-Per 100 lbs.
Nov.lO.vr,
Jan.10.17
May . 9.7:
6HORT HIBS?Pcr 100 lbs.
Jan.9.22 9.25 9.17 9.17
May . S.9-.' S.95 8.90 8.90
Cash grain closed: Wheat?No. 2 red, 93?
I"1..-.: N*o. 3 red. 9OHr0O3%c.* N'o. 2 hard, 93? [
9S1 . No. :; bard. 90',4?64c,* No. 1 northern.
V ?? M 08; No. 2 northern, $1.0401.0*3; No. .1 !
northern, $1.02?i 1.04; No. 2 spring. 97c.?]
H.ttll* Nn. :; spring. OSc. fi $1.03; velvet chaff.
:-? . 11.02; durum, S0$91c. Corn?No. 2, b\\'n
'-:'.- No. -.' whlte. .il*/,ffj 51%ic.: No. 2 yei-1
low, .-,',*?, Tisvuc; No. 3, 51<951Uc.; No. 3
ni*w. i;ijfi4Sc: No. 3 whlte, &t%@61%c*.
Nn. 3 white. new. 47>/?4Sc.; N'o. 3 yellow.
611,4 i.".'>,,-.; No. 3 yellow, new, 48?i4S^C.; No. i
4. .?"'..-,i :,'.,-.; No. 4 new. 45'/?fi 56c.; No. *.
whlte. W?44751c.: No. 4 whlte . new, t5U<n I
(64c; No. 4 yellow, 5K3>Slli(-:* No. 4 yellow.!
46W47C Oats?No. 2 whlte. 33H*(f34c.; No. 31
whlte, 32', Vi32?ic.; No. t whlte, 32*8>32lic.; I
standard, 33Si 33*,4c.
Receipts?Wheat, 56.400 bushels; corn, 259,
01*1 bushels; nats, 306,000 bushels. Shlpments
?Wheat. 46.000 bushels; corn. 134,SO bushels;
oats. ::i,ono.
RICHMOND GRAIN MARKET.
Rlchmond. Va., November 16. 1310,
WHOMCK.W.R QUOTATIONS ON 'CHANGE.
WHEAT?Car lots.
No. : re,l iWesternl.J1.00 fj>$1.01
No. 2 red (Vlrglnla). 98 (?? 99
N'o. 3 red. 96 (J2 97
Steamer . 92 <3> 95
Vlrglnla (bag lots). S0 i?J 16
CORN?Car lots.
Nn. 2 whlte. @ $0
No. 3 whlte. @ E'Ji-j
No, 2 mlxed. ? 59',-i
N'o. 3 mlxed. (ii 59
Virginia ibag lota). 58 @ 60
Corn on the cob (new). 49 O 51
Virginia (bag lots, new). 64 (jj 36
OATS?Car lota.
No. 2 mlxed. 4? 36
Xo. 3 mixed. f.i) 35V4
No. 2 whlte. df 38
No. 3 whlte. '<(> 37
Winter seed (bag lots). 65 fi1 >'?'>
RYE?Car lots.
Vlrglnla iab lots). 81 ifj
CAITI^B MARKETS,
RICHMOND l.IVE STOCK MARKET.
(Sales at Unlon Stock Yards.)
Rlchmond. Va., November :6, 1910.
Report of the live stock market for Ihe
week ending November 14*.
Recelpti,?Cattle, 332 head; calvou, 63 head;
sheep. 66 head; bogs, 2,63^ nead.
Best steers, S%(ff6c.; some extra higher;
modlum to good, 5(iroV?c.; common to falr!
3?i''/ 4>4c.; besl helfers. 5Vic; medlum to
good, 4%*fj5c*.; common to falr. [email protected]*^o
best cows, tlic.; medlum to good, 314<j|c
common to falr, Z'i'ii3l&c; bulls. 3V.'Wli
calves. 5<?/Sc.; extra, S'/ic. Cows and calvosi
t,^5ii)6:,.0O per head. Sheep, 3(ftU',(\; I, '
lambs, 6(('fo'/jc; luedlum to good, SViifiSc;
common to falr, 4Cif5c.; beat hogs, s.60; rna
dlum to good, 8Vi?8V4o.; sows. 7iiiSc.; stat-s
C5j7Mc.
Chlcago, lll., November 16.?Cattle? Markel
slow and weak. Beeves. $4.I0M7.I0; T, xas
ateera, S4'a'6.30; Western st,', rn, {llfifl,;,;,,
atockora and foedera, 43.SO?6.60; oow?'aiid'
lieKera, ?2.20ifj 6.20; calvt-a, J7.50CH 10.."A H0ga
Market more acllve and atoady at early
pricea. I.lgl.t, J7.05<it7.ri5; mlxed, ?7.SO?7.|0|
heavy, $7.-10i"r(j7.60; one load al $7.65; rough!
$7.10<7| 7.30; good to choice heavy, $7.3flfi 7.?n'
plgs, *W.75iii7.50; bullt ol sales, $7,8501 0
Bheep?Market lOftiBc. lower ihan yestor!
day's cloae. Natlve. $2.23<t)i4.10; Weatern
12.6004,10; yearllngs, S4<ii r,.L>:>; lambi, natlve'
$4.25ifj 0.30; westorn, $4.50*!| 6.30.
New Vork, N'ovomher 16. ? Beevea-,Minliei
Irregular. SteerH, M 25ff 6.50; oxeii. SJ.IOftS'lfl'
bulls. $3.f,0'(.*,.00; cowa, $2n (75. Calve'a-i
t Vfc?-1?. JVftttO."?: lo*o, $U; culls, |6?J,6^
M-Hooarn Alr i.ine ,\nj. na . 75'i
Southern raciflc conv. 4s. 9714
Southern Railway 5s . 105
Southern Railway gen. 4s . 76'?
II. 8. ref. 2s. reglstered...,. 1001!
U. S. ref. 2s. coupon..'. 100'S
IV S ?s, reglstered. 101V
17. S. 3s. coupon. 101H
r. S 4?, reglstered. 115
U. S. 4s. coupon. UJV$
Union Paclflc cv. 4s . 106
U. S. Steel 2nd 09 . 1?1'4
flrglnla-Car. Chemlcal 5es . lOOVi
Wabash lst and ext. 4s. 65Vi
grnssere, J3-60?4.00; Westerns, ?3.M?0.90.
Sheep and Lambs?Sheep. $2,501? 4.00; a few
cholce. 34.24; culls, j:?2.25; lambs, 15.50?
8.60; culls. 14.50^5.00; yearllngs, J4.J0. Hogs?
Market lower at I7.SO05.OO; cholce llght and
hlgher, $?#S.10.
RICHMOND TOBACCO MARKET.
Rlchmond. Va.. November 16, 1910.
Brights?Unchnnge.d: o.ulet but l.rm. wlth
llght recelpts. Dark Flred? New.?Reccipts
up to this time have been very llght; market
tirm at prices quoted. Sun-Cured?For want
of season recelpts are very llcht. Markcl
colntinues active at quotatlons.
DARK FIRED?NEW.
Lugs .? 4.50 ?| 6.04
Short leaf. C.S0 @ g.04
Long ieaf. S.OO ?12.01
BRIGHTS.
SMOKERS-Common . 7.00 ? s.OI
Medium . 9.00 O 11.01
Fine . 12,00 ?13.04
CUTTER.S?Common . 11.00 ?12.54
Medium . 13.00 ? 14.54
Fine . 16.00 ? 1S.04
Fancy . 16.00 ? 20.0*
tTLLEP.S?Common . 8.00 {j 10.04
Medium . 11.00 <ff 12.04
Good . 12.50 ?18.51
Flno . H.00 Q 1604
WRAPPERS?Common . 16.00 fc 17.04
Medium . 13.00 3 20.04
Good . 26.00 S 30.04
Flo? . 32.50 ?37.34
Fancy . iO.OO ? 45.04
SUX-CURED-NTW.
Prlmlngs. com. to primo. 1.00 ft 4,04
Lugs, common to good. 5.00 ? 7.54
Lugs, good to prlme. 7.50 ? S.5C
Short leaf. 9.00 ? 11.00
Long leaf. 11.50 3 12.50
Wrappers . 15.00
MISCELLANEOUS MARKETS.
DRY GOODS MARKET.
New York. November 16.?The cotton goods!
market Is qulet wlth prices generally Bteady.
Silks are slightly hlgher and a falr business
is belng done. On underwear und hosiery
some large prodticers are Beeking business
for next fall dellvery at about tho values
current thlB season. Others are asklng ad
vances in keeplng with hlgher yarn and cot?
ton costs. Jobbers are doing a moderato
house business on holiday goods.
NAVA.L STORES.
Wllmlngton, N. C, November 16.?Splrlts
Turpentlne?Steady at 75c: recelpts 6 caaks.
Rosin?Steady at 36.40; recelpts 404 barrels.
Tar?Firm at $2.60; recelpts 100 barrels.
Crude Turpentlne?Firm at [email protected]; re
ceipte .9 barrels.
Savannah. Ga? Novomber 16.?Turpentlne?
Flrm at 76?76VJc: sales 794 casks; recelpts
72 casks; shipments 69 casks; stock 12,807
casks. Rnsln-FIrm; sales 2,746 barrels; re?
celpts .1,451 barrels; ahlpmonts 380 barrels;
stock 73,593 barrels. Quote: B, $5.72^.
WARINE INTEUT.IGENCE.
PORT OF RICHMOND. NOVEMBER, 16, 1910.
ARRIVED.
Steamer Berkeley, Shelly, Norfolk, mer?
chandise and passengers, Old Domlnion Line.
SAILED.
Stearner' Berkeley, Shelly, Norfolk, mer?
chandise and passengers, Old Domlnion Line.
Steamer Pocahontas, Gravos, Norfolk and
Jomes Rlver landlngs, merchandise and pas?
sengers, Virginla Navigation Company.
Treasury Statement.
Washington, D. C, November 16.?At tho
beginnlng of business to-day the condltlon
of the United States Treasury was: Work
ing balance In Treasury offlce, 328.717.954:
in banks and Philippines treasury'. 334,301.222.
The lotal balance ln the general fund was
$83,793,334,
Ordinary recelpts yesterday were 32.195,793,
with ordinary dlabursements of 31,067,937.
Tho deflcit to date for thla fiseal year Is
$12,614,001 as agalnst $28,110,948 at thls time
last year. These flgures oxcludu Panama
Canal and publlc debt transacJons.
N'o Clmnges Made.
New Tork, November 16.?No changes were
mad. m iho dlfferenccs between grades as
applied tn dellverles on contract at the meet?
ing of the revislon commltteo of the New
York Cotton Exchange to.day,
^ctooW.
UNIVERSITY COLLEGE
0F MEDICINE 3SSSS?
Medicine?Dentlatry?Pharmacy.
For session of 1910-'ll.
New Bulldlng. Perfeot oqulp
ment. Experienced faculty of elgn
teachers.
Stlnnttc ?itp ^^rW.
GALEN HALL
AND COTTAGES
HOTEL AND SANATORIUM
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.
Always opea. Always ready. Always bmrf.
F. L. YOUNG. Gen'l Mana?4?l
ler & Co.,
1107 Eaat llslu Ntreet.
Msrnbura:
NEW VOIIK STOCK EXOHANOB,
NEW YOHK COTTON BXCIIANGM.
CUICAGO IIOAItll OF 'I'llADH.
ia U KODBN. Managar.
$ote
_k.
Special Dining Room for
Automobile * ? -4_;Si
THE JEt FERSON
Kichmond, Va.
Thc most magniiicent hotel in
the South. European plan. Rooms
single and en suite, with and
without baths. Spacious sample
rooms.
Ra<- $1.50 per day and upward.
Aflantic Coast Line
EFFECTIVB NOVEMBER 1 1310
TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND DAILY
For Florida nnd South: l:0o A. M., 8:15 A.
M. and 7:35 P. M.
For Norfolk: 9:00 A. M., 3:00 P. M.. 4:14
?For^'?* .V- Ry' We,t: ?!l* *? ??. ?:?> A
M.. 3:00 P. M. and 9:20 P. M.
For Pctersburg: 1:00 A. M.. 6:16 A. M. I'll
A. M.. 9:00 A. M.. 12:10 P. M.. 3:00 P M..
4:10 P. M.. 6:06 P. M., 7:35 P. M.. 9:20 P. M . I
11:45 P. M. I
For Goldsboro and Faycttevllle: ?4:10 P. M. '
Tralns arrlve Rlchmond dally: 4:40 A M., I
6:l0 A. M.. 6:40 A. M.. ?8:37 A. M? 'ID-.ti A. ?
M., 11:40 A. M.. '3:00 P. M.. "2:15 P. M. 6:06
P. M.. 6:36 P. M.. 8:00 P. M.. 6:00 P.' li...
11:20 P. M.
?Except Sunday. "Sunday only.
Time of arrlval and departura and conneo
tlons not guaranteed.
C. 8. CAMPBELL, D. P. A.
SOUTHERN RAILWAY
TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND
N. B.?Followlng achedule flgurea publlshea
aa informntlon and not guaranteed:
6:10 A. M.?Dally?Local for Charlotte. Dur?
ham and Ralelgh. 10:45 A. M.-Dally?Llmlt?
ed?For all polnta South. Drawlng Room
Buffet Sleeplng Car to Memphls vl? Ashe
Tllle and Chattanooga. 3:00 P. M.?Ex. Sun?
Local for Durham and lntermedlate statlons.
6:00 P. M.-Ex. Sun.-Keysvllle Local. 11:45
P. M.?Dally?Llmlted?For all polnts South.
Pullman ready 9:30 P. M.
YORK RIVER LINE.
4:30 P. M.-Ex. Sun.?To West Pt.. connect
Ing for Baltlmore Mon.. Wed. and Frl. 4:34
A. M.?Ex. Sun. and 2:15 P. M:?Mon.. Wed.
and Frl.?Local to Weat Point.
TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND.
From tho South: 1:50 A. M., 8:06 P. M?
dally: S:4o A- M., Ex. Sun.; 12:55 Ex. Sun.;
2:00 P. M.. dally. From West Point: 9:30 A.
M.. Dally; 11:35 A. M.. Wed. and Frl.; 5:45
P. M.. Er. Sun.
S. E. BURGESS, D. P. A..
B2q E. Maln St. 'Phone Madison 455.
iiclmon^FreuencisI]'! & Potomac R.ft
TO AMD FROM WASHINGTON AND BEYOND.
Leave Rlchmond I ArrlYe Rlchmond
?4.50 A.M. Bjr* St.Sta.
'5.20 A.M. Bjri St.Sta.
?6.46 A.M. Milnht.Sta.
?i.4(l A.M. Hjr? St. Sta.
'12.01 nooDUjrast. Sta.
t?.00P.H. Brr4 st. Ma.
H. 1; P.M. Klba Statlon.
?5.16 P.U. SalaSt. Sta.
?8.20 P.M. ByraSl. Sta.
?7.60A.9. B7raSt.SU.
?1 1.26 A.M. Elba SUtlon.
ill.lii A.M. Bir6St.SU.
?1.18 P.M. MalnSt.SU.
?Mt P.M. Bjr4St.SU.
7.211 P.M. IliraSl.SU.
?9.00 P.I. BjraSt.Sta.
?10.40 P.M. MalaSt.SU.
ACCOMMODATI044 TRAIf.S-WEEKDAYS.
i.eare Rrr4 St. Sta. I-IOP.B. for Frelerlckibnrr.
Leare Klba SU. 7-10 A. K., 0.30 P. M. far Ashland,
4rrlre Brra St. Sta. S.tfi A.M. frsm Frelerieksb'*.
Arrire Klba Su. 0.40 A.M.,6410 P.M.from ishlanJ.
?Daily. fWeekdaya. {Bundaya only.
All tralaa ta or from Byrd Street Stitlosj
lexcept tralna leavine 4.50 a. m. and arrlvlns
ta.50 nieht) atop at Elba. Tlma of arrivala an?
'tpartures aot enaraataed. Reaa tha aigaa.
Chesapeake & Ohio Railway
t.f. a I Ualiy?iaai tralna to Old Poiut,
4:00 P. , N'swport Newa aud NerXolk.
7:40 A.?Dally. Locai to Notvport Newa.
5:00 P.?Dally. Local to Old I'olnt.
3:00 P. 1 Dally?Loulavilla aod Clnclnnatl
U:W P. 4 Pullmana.
4:45 P.?Da.'.y. "St. Loula-Chlc-.-r. Special."
Pullmana.
C10 A.?Dally-Cbarlotteavlllo. Week daya
?Hlnton.
6:15 P.?Week days. Local 10 Oordooavtlla.
10:00 A.?Dally. L'burg. Lex., C. Forge.
5:15 P.?Week days. To Lynchburg,
TRALNS ARRIVE RICHMOND.
Local from Eaat?8:25 A. M.. 7:50 P. M.
Turough from Eaat?11:35 A. 11., t'.ti P. M.
Locai from Weat?'3:50 A. *!.. 3:50 A. ai.,
':20 P. U.
Through-7:00 A. M.. 2:46 P. U.
Jarnes Rlver Line?"8:35 A. il.. 6:16 P. M.
Richmond and Petersburg Electric Railwaj
Cars leave Manchester, Seventh and Perry
Streeis, for Petersburg:
?6, 7, 3. ?9, 10. 11. '12 A. M., 1, 2. *3, 4. 5,
??5:45, '6, 7. 8, '9, lo P. M.
11:00 P. M. for Chester. 12:00 mldnight for
Petersburg.
Cars leave Petersburg, foot of Sycamore
Street, for Manchester:
6:16, 6:35, "7:15, ?7:35, 3:35. 9:35, ?10:35. 11:?
A. M.. 12:35, ?! :35, 2:35, 3:35, '4:86, 5:35. 6:36
?7:35, 3:35, 9:35, ?10:40. 11:40 P. M.
?Carries baggago and express.
"Llmlted. except Sundays and holldays.
All cars from Petersburg connect wlth cars
for Rlchmond.
Norfolk and Western Railway
ONLY ALL RAIL LINE TO NORFOLK.
Schadule ln Effect October 2, 1916.
ueave Byrd Street Statlon, Rlchmond, FOR
MCRFOLK: ?9:00 A. M., '3:00 P. M., '4:10 P.
M.
FOR LYNCHBURG AND THE WEST:
?6:15 A. M., '9:00 A. M., '3:00 P. M., ?9:20
P. M.
Arrlvc Rlchmond frjim Norfolk: ?ll:4o A.
M., '6:35 P. M? "11:20 P. M. From the West:
?$:50 A. M? a2:00 P. M., b2:15 P. M.. 6:05 P.
M., *9;00 P. M.
?Dally. aDally, ex. Sunday. bSunday only.
Pullman. Parlor and Sleeplng Cars, Cafe
Dining Cars. C. H. BOSLEY,
"W. B. BEVILL, D. P. A., Rlchmond. aV.
O. P. A.. Roanoke. Va.
RICHMOND AND CHE8APEAKE BAT
RAILWAY COMPANY.
Schedule ot electric tralns to and from
Ashland, stopplng at lntermedlate statlons
upon slgnal: Lv. Rlchmond (Broad and
Laurol Sts.): ii:(Gb, ?7:10, 8:10b, 9:10b, "10:10,
11:10 A. M.; 1:10, 2:10. 3:10, 4:10b, 5:10. 6:20,
7:10, 8:10b. 10:10. 11:45 P. M. Lv. Ashland:
?6:66. VOOb. S, 9b, 10, "II A. M., '12 M., "1.
2, 3, 4. 5b, 6, 7, 8, 9b, U P. M.
?Dally except Sunday. "Sunday only.
bCarrles baggage.
-J.
SEABOARD AIR LINE.
fiouthbound 'ralns scheduled to leave Rlch?
mond dally: 9:10 A. M.?Local to Norllna,
Ralelgh, Charlotte, Wllmlngton. 1:20 P. M.?
Blcepcrs und coaches, Atlanta, Blrmlngham,
Savannah, Jacksonvllle and Florida polnts.
10:50 P. M.?Sloepers and coaches, Savannah,
Jacksonvllle, Atlanta, Blrmlngham and
Memphls. Northbound tralns acheduled to
iirrlve Rlchmond daily: 6:33 A, M., 5:05 P.
M? 5:40 P. M.
&teaml)oats. __
s^rmudoa
Round Trlp $30 nnel Up in December
??. TOURS ?*??
liicludiiiit Hotels, shure uxcurslona, etc.
Fast 'I'w'n Hcrew- a. s. "Bormudlan" aalla
,10 ?? m? Nov. Mth, Deo. 10th, 24th, Jan. 4th,
lliti, Ittlh, 25th.
Bngu k*:<>l? olectrlo fana; wlreless tele
grupliy.
For . Illiiatraie.t pamphlets apply to
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Alfls. Qllolirc K. H. (Ip., Md? 29
itroitdnuy, New York, or to Sumuel II. Bow
,,,iin. 703 Knst Mulii Htreet, ur any tlokat
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To those wishing to establish
relations with a safe, strong bank
We heartily commend our services, confi
dently believing thev will prove satisfactory.
Our large Capital and Surplus ($2,000,000)
is your protection: our large and increasing
list of depositors proof of satisfactory serviee.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK,
RICHMOND, VA.
TOTAL ASSETS. $9,500,000
1016 E. MAIN STREET
BROAD STREET BANK
303 EAST BROAD STREET
Temporary location durin-j construction of naw ban'cinj haim
Capital.$200,000
Surplus and undivided Profits - $110,000
W. WL Habli.ton. Pr-M.'J. ?V l*t->th;rt, Vic.-Prei.; Jm. 6 .*/tlc;.-. II /??'
Pres.; Andrew M. G'over, Cashier
PERSONAL AND BUSINESS ACCOUNTS SOLICITED
With assets of over Sl.70D.0D1. every inJuc:-nint carnisten withgml
banking is offered to its customers. 3 pcr cent. aliowed in savinjs depart?
ment. Bank i3 open till cight o'clock Saturday eveninjj.
?*ttami}oat&.
Baltimore Steam Packet Co.
Equipped wlth wtreleaa telegraphy.
TO BALTIMORE AND THE NORTH V1A
NORFOLK AND OLD POINT.
I.mh Rlchmond Dally Includlng Sunday,vlg
N. & W. R>'- 3:00 P. M.. Norfolk 6:*? P. VI.
C. & O. Ry. ?:0O P. Itt., Old Polnt 7.-80 P. M.
O. D. 8. S. Co. 7.00 P. M. (one day ln Nor?
folk).
Va. Nav. Co. 6:30 A. M. (Monday, Wadnaa
day nnd Frlday).
Tlcketa at all offlcea. For ataterooma ap?
ply to H. M BOYKIN. Agent. MO Eaat Maln
street. _
OLD DOMINION LINE
Lv. Rlchmond foot of Aah St. dally.7:00 P. M.
Leave .Newport Newa.5:00 A.M.
Arrlve Norfolk .S:00.A. M.
Connectn wlth maln line aleamers leaving'
Norfolk for New York dally except Sunday
7:00 P. M. Connection alao made by N. A
W. Ry. ? P. M. and C. & O. Ry. tt 4 P. M.
Nlght Line ?teameri atop at Claremont to
land or receive pasaengera on algnal.
VintilNIA NAVIGATION CO.-Jamea Rlver
by dayltght for Norfolk, Old Polnt. New.
port Newa and all Jamea Rlver landlnga.
Steamer leavea Monday. Wcdneaday and
Frldny a*. 7;00 A. M. Frelght received for
all James Rlver landlnga.
Maln Tlrtet Offlce. s:*l E. Maln Street.
Winter Cruises
TO
THE WEST INDIES, SPANISH MAIN,
PANAMA CANAL and
BERMUDA
By S. S. "MOLTKE," 12.S00 tons, the
largest steamer sailing to the West Indies
this winter.
DURATIOX?16 to 28 days.
COST?$85 and $150 pcr person and
upwards.
Thc efficiency of twenty years' experi?
ence. All arrangements aboard and
ashorc under direct management of thc
llatnburft-Amcrican Llnc.
"Ask Mr. Bowman"
708 East Main Street,
Richmond, Va.
PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRY.
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WdVr26. JAN 7. JAN 21.- FEB IB. MAR1I.
It-" ?? F-OR PARTICULAR8 APPLV TO^OUW ACCNCICS AT
NCW VORK, BOSTON, CHICAGO, MINNCAPOL1S. P M 1LA OC L PMIA ST. IOUH
BAN mANCISCO, TOKONTO. MONTWCAL AND WlWHIPCO OH LOCAI. ACENTS
Jtanfc &tattmtnti. jBanti Atatzmmta.
Condensed Statement of
Virginia Trust Co.,
Richmond, Va.,
Made to Corporation Commission, November 10, 1910.
RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts.$1,443,132.46
Bonds and stocks. 158,564.52
Real estate, furniture and fixtures . 32,574.13
Cash in vault.$ 6,315.40
Cash due from banks. 159,614.82
-,- 165,930.22
Total resources.$1,800,201.33
LIABILITIES.
Capital stock paid in.$1,000,000.00
Undivided profits. 66,095.70
Reserve fund . 5,000.00
Set aside for taxes and interest. 7,359.41
Individual deposits . 721,746.22
Total liabilities .$1,800,201.33
Comparative statement showing growth of deposits
on dates called for by the Corporation Commission:
September 1, 1909.$123,495.50
November 16, 1909 . 170,169.42
January 31, 1910.427,847.36
March 29, 1910. 461,523.11
June 30, 1910.:.'...633,581.94
September 1, 1910.671,802.38
November 10, 1910.(.?'..721,746.22
We invite inactive accounts, and pay 3 per cent. on
daily balance.
Won't YOU open an account with us? Whether
large or small, it will be gladly welcomed.
Commonwealth
12 North Mnth Street.
Rlchmond, Va.
niiA-vcnE*.:
4 Eaat Broad Street
Twanty-flfth and Broad Sta.
WlUIamgburg Av?.. Fulton.
Actlve buslnesg accounts aollo
ited.
Interest Paid on 1
| Savings Deposits I
F. F. V.
FACTS, F1GORES, VERIFIED.
Sj?(cnintl/.liiK, Audlttnic, Vfcoiiullnjc.
Charles F. Hudnall,
1113 Eaat Maln Street,
'Pbone Monroe 431. Illrhmunil, Va.
National Bank of Virginia
Capital, - $1,200,000
Surplus, - $ 600,000
Accounta solicited
Ninth and Main Streets

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