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DECISION OF COURT
INFLUENCES MARKET
Freeing* of Coal Companies From Charge of Con?
spiracy Most Important Event of
Week in the Street.
-4 ivhluh con.
d the lrati.<
. iiarite- ol
COTTON TRADE IS
IN NEW POSITION
Week Opens With Important Bureau Reports of
Season All In?Low Figures Bitter Pill
for Many to Swallow.
New Orleans, La., December 11.?Thc i
cotton trade thls week v. 111 flnd itsclf
ln an entlrely ?. ' position Ior tho
season. The important bureau report*
ot ihe season wlll all be behind it and
the question at supply and demand
may recelvo unillvided attentlon. From
now "ti untll the end of the crop year
the governmenl crop li ... tus wlll n?'.
pf the tol . - - l igfurci ,.- I
(je 1 U 0.bitter plll i
r. - . ? ix\ allov.-, und it may he li
\., _onv.net I i splnnors, p
tli ilarly contlnental splnners, that i
? _ , ,.:-.? upproxlmately corrc
t ervatlve tradt i- are ul ready wl
.->r>t t!, government's tlpu.
: .1 |n ucu . Ituation as the tru
r turf
Year.
il:,| \. IV I
ADVANCE FOLLOWS
GOVERNMENT REPORT
New York. December 11.?The pub.
Ucation of the govornment's annual
cstirnate un tlie crop nt 11,426,000 hale
ot the gross welght of aOO pounds each,
excluslyt of Hnters, announced at _
? -.lock Friday, had been awalted
throughout the week wlth c;rcat in?
terest. Front th.- charaeter or the trad
ln? whlch groeted tlu- gov.rnm-nt's
estlmat-- find .the vtolence of the ut
vance-.Vh'fch Immedlal ly followed Ita
announcemerit, !' would appear that
th ????: -.?_ .- li tl ?? ? juri ... bull
? tndlng the fact they
? - 301 ". ) ..-- v. ]..-.i the bull
? ? re ictually expoctlng, und
100,000 more fun ..une ot thc crop
cxperta had estlmated. Thls U prob?
ably due to tho fact that the e.tl.
tnates on the world'a splnners' i-.-un?>j-.
nients for cor_tumpt<on 111 i.-. y.ar havu
been ln the nolgrhborhood of 11,500,000
bales, and also because so many crop
i tl mai ? a had be. n for 12,000,000 to
ir, thh
fallur
oderate crop follows
>f last year. whleh
world's consumption was estlmated at
12,80 l b iles, it is n questlon, how?
ever, whether these statistics on the
present Indlcated crop and also th.
estlmated roqulremonts for consump.
tion may nol both have to bb altered
later ln th. season. Tho high prlres
of i;r, cents now prevalllng for tho sta
plc dlscounts a K-n<. d al whleh ap
pears in the present statlstleal sltua
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Telescopes
Microscopes
Hand Readers
Pleasing and Useful
Suggestions
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i i ii, tin ear tattni m or
? retitr* ol ,\g Icull un cnllotl 11
''???. I llttl nll,,n tn i nc roi.i hn .n>
!:::. . or . ei op, ?.*- li11 the sum loi il of
.iil r.i.in pro lucta Is .... \ asi as io al
mo! t sta i . Imag-ln it'lon
Mon. .ii,- il d hi re durlng tl '
'?? ? ... aiul llie ? -,i. li duUIok to w e i
ern and Botitlicrn polnts contlnued
i ...i . x, n tngc r ii to the lowcsi
I ..in r,,,i ? months, hfid negotlat'on
foi Imporis ol gold from tson.lon woro
undor way, Complete ofllelnl n turn
: i ? n \s ai hlngioii rhov i * lfgni rediu.
..; thi i.'-iii ftccOiini by national
Iil lho IVosl Ml Idic ' W'osl ann
South, Ln tin ,- ??. resourees ,.r tn.
.i 'lio- I li ItlOliBl li i iks; are uell abOVi
reoiilremcnts, In the comnrod
. rkc: i he Impoi tanl oi, em tvn
idvan i.In colton oplloni*. ivhlen
n ide n '.\ hlgli i' i ord - rol'ov. i ig the
lUbllcal Ion ol tlu govc rnmcnt'fl estl.
natc .,i the season' cutpul ln thal
t.i ile Rallroad eai nlngs were ln
nll
i ,ir . go\ ernmonl 3* and
,, ,,i i- advam cd i -1 ot I pei
on ihe week.
Irleans wlll probably adopt the same
lolldays. Thls means practlcaily an
ntlt-e week of Inactlvlty at tno year
nd. and that buslness wlll not be re
umed ln full untll the holiday season
s well over. Naturally. the getioral
endency from now on wlll be to avold
nterlng into fresh commltmenta pf
n Izo. in... ;r.-sh developnient.
f importam ? coine to !i_;ht, it wi.i bo
hollda; markel lu .or.- it .
...i ??? thls we. k.
Iial thc i- ...l" know- as m'ti li
hniit thi.-. crop as it can know un'.ii
i -.. nted, there will be moro of a
t .- Ir<- to learn as lnuch as posslble
bout trade conditlons ln order i., gei
i.;i probable consumption, .
rays, of course, taklng into uonsidera
ion thi evel of prlcei posslble.! .T.
lanchestcr has beon attractlng some
ittle attention of late because of tho|tl
irgo ha- nei It has been dolng, but I ci
i will comi squarel} int" thc ilnie- fo;
Ight or' it sends over good accounts yi
hls \\,.'. bei tusi there wlll he noth
; ? ? _ ging the attentlon of the
?-. lt ' ?? Continent wlll be watched, I
. trade conditlons there appear
. !.? underfjolng a change. j s.
The wenther lu Texas i. stlll dryjt]
mi coutln icd droughi iu : ? at Stato ,.
roulil be an Important real u e. l ?III _.
oi bc long now before preparatlona i
or the new crop wlll tn of Inlluenco ;.
., detormlnlng, i" Bome extent any- a<
;h.- prlce of tae dlstant posltions. u
lucntly, both sides will soon
iegln to gatlter reports from the ln- o(
ei ior regardlng the condition of the ti
trop,
tion of the supply and demand fea
tures.
Meniiliic- of Uip G.vcrnraent'ft l.-tlmate. j
The iva! moanlng of the govern- |
ment's estlmate on the crop '.= that the!
lota coinmeTclal movement wll.' ln all
probablllty e?e-e,i 1],800,000 bales. Thls
la because Its cstlmato on Its face.
11,126,000, does not 111.1 u.le llnters or
repacka of sample cotton. These ln
such a crop would amount to ahout
.40,000 bales, Thia is to be added tc
lhe govornmenl's, togothe. wlth pos.
slbly 100.000 bales of the new erop
whlch mai come Into slght In August.
Thls makes no allowance for the prob?
ablllty that the government's report
has again undcrcstlmabed th
ft certatnl did ao '.-, al least
baloS last year, whlle lt;! .estlmate oi
'.he year beforo was nearly 000.1.
bales iinder tho total commerclal crop
:>f thal season.
* >---;-" once for many years has the
.governm.nt'a estlmato ovcrestlmated
lhe crop. Thnt was ln 1907. In theI
Vgrlt ulturai Burcau's report or Decem?
ber thal year tht erop was estlmated
?it i 1.678,000 bales, aud it turned oul
? m the total commeTclal movement
11,G72,000 bales. its estlmate on the
Top of tlie previous three years \v_re
from 300,000 to 1,100,000 on the com
thercial movement.
Morc <;lnnluK Iteport- ln Come.
?' ii. nccuracy of the governmenl _
estlm it .-? wlll bc proven to n large
exl nl hy the charaeter of t ie ikjnI
two glnnlng reports of the Census Bu?
reau, Thq lirst of this wlll be lssued
For
Christmas
lS
\ ,iqmpli |c stock of [Trench Glace
Frults, pacltoil ln all Isse fanej rlb?
bon boxes,
?Jll,. ln *??-'.Ild.
**I.\ IIMII.1I AI.I.OW S, L'Sc lll,
Theso nre tho tlnei i. ni.i.le of the
bi ' Ingredlents; htu o tho true, oi.i
tl me tasti Uoii should try them.
i.I!i*.ii\ Tllll.llTl,
l-'or year.; thc rccogftlzcd i|irillly,
Jn l.ime, i.eiiiini nnd Ilorehound, 30e.
(HIM OI.ATI* S'lH \\\ s.
rt dellcloua t-'onfcctlon dainty,
t ?>.M'i:< iiiiMiifi DEPA rtTMlS.vr.
A complete line of very attrac?
tive new favors and novelties for
holiday occasions at any prlco.
Very attractlve. box of Assorted
Chocolates and Creams. fancy hol?
iday wrapplng.
PltESERVEu GLXGER,
in fancy earthen pots, packed in
tJanton, China; seiect pieces, excel?
lent flavor.
30c, 50c, ULOO,
HermannSchmidl
."iCM-S i:n*t Broad Stroet.
'Phones: Monroo 101 t,> 106.
lecember 20, and -.vill srlv-o the total
glnned to December 12, The next
ivhlch wlll glvo the i,'InnlnK or the
!" Deceml. 31, will i... Issued on
? orts ..vii; i,e important, for
show whethor thr glnnlng of the
DRY GOODS MARKET
- Tork December tl.?Thr
? ? .'.? not impressed at all ami
Stlll say -hey wlll buy goods jus!
hey require them and pay what
have to for them.
II River sold aboul 150.000 pieces
?inl cloths and convertlbles durlng
??? ? ek, Brown and bTeached do
Ics rub- steady, hut 'SFe ln very
demand. Colored ,-otton.s rule
?2 and some additional orders
taken durlng ihe weok.
mKets and napped cottons of tho
er classes are ln .-toady demand
dlstributors. Wide sheotings are
on dellvorles, and aro Iirm. Glng
: are stlll thr best condltioned
? ? In ihe market, both a.-- to sup
and orders.
e movcmenl ln export markets ln
ViARKET IS SLUGGISH,
WITH SMALL DECLINE
New York, December II.?Inactlvlty
id narrowness governed domestic
lu ? markets early in tho week.
ading waa largely confiried to small
alping operatlons for i|tiick results.
alers were Incll.1 to hold off, await
g the insurance of tlie monthly re
rt of tho Dept of Agrlculturo. At tho
glnning thero was a slightly stronger
eling, which was mainly attrlbuted to
icouraglng cable advlces. i.uropean
arkets showed an advanclng trend,
4ng Influenced mainly by thc llght
irld's shlpments and the resultunt rc
ictlon in ihe quantlty on passage.
iiiiinued unfavorable crop prospects
o reported frOm France, whero the
cent heavy floods havo done material
tuage and'have hlnderod sceding. Th.
-?? in domestic markets was checked I
more tavorablo reports rospecttng
e crop outlook here, tlie plant hav
g I een benoflted hy moderate snow I
ralnfall over n falrly wide area.
lore was an unoxpectedly heavy de-j
ease in ih.. world's avallable supply, |
'?IT.' io bushols, ugalnst an increase
G.OSO.O00 bushels a year* ago. Ad
. s from Argentlna wero rather un
vorable, and estimates by trustwor
y authorities placed the exportable
rplus ui only 7ii.i"i(i.ono hushels, ...
um 20,000,000 lo .0,000,000 bushels uii
?r various recent estlmate.-. Later
'?rc wus another -hkkuik londoni ?
hich was mainly ascrlbed to the un
;pectedly blg increase iu the winter
lu-.it area, whicli wns placed hy the
ipartment of Agrlculturo at 34,.8D,00ij
res. a crop suggestion of 437,.,00
ishels ls tlguretl, agalnst r,u",.i.
ishels a year tlgo, There Is alwa
it.rloratlon betwoen seed time and
irvest, howover, and lhe December ea
inaie never is valuablo.
I.tiivtr I'rlees l.ale ln Ihe Week,
I.itc in lhe week there wns a fur
ier saggtng ln prlces, hut the ne! loss
as unlitiport int. There apparentlj
cro almoBl no notevvorthy ordora from
itsitlcrs, and ihe small dealings whlcn
?ciirred were mainly between room
ad ers or rogular plt scalpors, Thero
as nothing ln the market news oi i,i.
Btlcs lo Justify any material change.
ii mail iraders were Inulincd iu fa?
ir ihe hear slde, m ilnly on tin :. ? ,
iat both ihe doniesiie und fon ., |
and was not sufllclonlly activt ?
IV, il availahle BUppllos lu liny |
.nl oxtent. Late cablo ad. Icei ...
ti-iflt woakoj al tlmes. owlne .
oi oi' moro favonibli woatl .
,.,. prospocla in Argentlna, when
-I Ing ls sahl lo he ui.,1.1,,; ,. .
iry progress, Muny comml nlon .
ere of ihe' oplnlon thul ?. al ?
iwn to a falrly solid ha- I Irn
VC of the qllll lUile lu tllB OXp ? ' '
large i ircentagi. i ,-. ,, .
ady boen marketod, and 11 .
iat wcii-io-iio f.nmors ??? 111 i
ie balance of tholr n ? ? > .
f;ui-.- . Thoy icei ni;,t reservi
rawii down to a (ulrLv luw luvtl I,,
GOVERNMENT TROOPS
AGAIN IN CONTROL
irs, however. were utatloncd withln
iasy rango of the Island, so as to pre- j
?ent any attempt by thc mutlneers to
scape. Towards midnlght several
.oats put out and men could be 'seenjl
wlmmlng, evidently with thc lntentlon |
,f reachlng the main land. The de
troycrs bore down on them and made
hem prlsoners.
Martlal law ha: been declared for
hlrty days ln the federal rll<?tr!ct. nnd
.'letheroy.
To-day the Chamber )f Doputles met!
ii dlscuss the subjcel I ti spoclal ses
lon. Tlie goi rniii<-nl bellovcs it has,
he Bltuatlon we1, ln hand, for. asidi
rom a ',',;? malconteni . the army and
avy aro ipyai ,\ strl ; censorshlp ls
r*ltis? matntalned but condltions within
he city to-day were normal.
Thc scout shlp Rlo Grande Do sul
red tlie flrst shot ln : rovolt, turn
ig hor ijiins on the clt: Tbe heavy
otnbardmenl by botl tnd battcrli B
nd Warships caused ? lt irful panlc
i Rlo Janelro during thi ? irly hours
f yesterday, and :' tened and I (
-ound-d r>- oph [led iu all directions.],
.?ceordlnK to tho a ? the U
auses leadlng lo the second revoli are u
rlvlal. ?nost of the demands made by I
lie men in the IasI mutlnj having bi
rantod by the covornment.
BOY FREE FOR CHRISTMAS
nice l.nndi* Refuses t? ""ente-aor l.ml | _;
Who Stole ??*? Untll After HoIldayn.
('lu,-ago. December 11.?Boles Kak
ivlcz, seventeen years old, who con
-.~e,l to steallng $2 from a reglstered
tter. will not lie senteneed until
'ter tlio holldays.
"I can't sentonce thls boy now." .said
idge IC. .u- I.andls. in tho Unlteu
atos Distrlct Court, after givinK th?
ise conslderation. "I can't do it.
arlstrnaa ls coming on. and he has
ur llttlo brothers and Mlsters at home.
shall allow him to remain with them
itll after Christmas. Let hlm come
i. igaln on .lanuary !1 and I'll see
hal I'I do then."
Tho hov was employed by a prlvate
inkor on South Halsted Street.
f -ire
that
In tl
llght
nrri\
lhat
lv ti
end of the crop |-ear, irrespec
-xport trade; hence they argue
.an safely pay little attention
price chahgcs in foreign mar
i eci illy lf the plunt In winter
errltory is not speedlly pro
v a heavy snow blanket.
Iic \v rfk's Corn Market.
was strongly supported early
t'eek, as avallable stocks wero
d prlmary recelpts disappolnt
iddenly the offerings became
and, wlth less demand and
essure to sell. a weaker feol
eloped. The Increased selling
was ,iue to somewhat heavier
ai prlmary points and reports
nors were dellvorlng ntore free
ountry statlons. XeveTtheless.
ices have not decllned to any
thy extent.
Christmas Holiday ItnleM Vln South?
ern H-lhvuy.
. Very low fares to points in the
S"uth. Southeast and Southwest. For
rates, dates of salo, llmlt, etc, call on
llcket Agent, or wrlte
.S. K. BURGBSS, D. P. A.,
rtlchmond, Va.
&attroaos.
HKABOAIU) ATB IJNI_
ind train. scheduled to leave Rich?
ly: 0:10 A. M.?Local to Norllna,
"harl.tt., Wllmhufton. 1:20 P. M.
nd conciie., Atlanta, Blrminghi'm,
Jaek.onvllle and Florida points.
.?Sleepers and coache., Savannah,
le. Atlanta, Blrmlngham and
N'orthbound tralns acheduled to
hniond dally: o:_ A. M., 6:0. P.
M.
cr & itf?(
1107 I.n.t Main Street.
Members:
.\'_W YOIIK STOCK EXCHANOE
NEW VOnK COTTON KXCIIANGE.
CtUCAGO IIOAIID OF . KADB.
K. L J.OD_N. Mannc
?_1B_
The facl that the charter of this
Company' is perpetual makes it
cspecially desirable as Executor,
because, unlike an indivldual, tt
never r'ies, thereby assuring a per
manent executorghip,
Virginia Trust Co.
Richmond, Va.
Capital.$1,000,000.00 (??
Jftaanctai. /WinuntiaX. jPfomirtaZ,
very Man, Woman and Child in
Greater Richmond
and the South
SHOULD KNOW THIS FACT
NOTE IT WELL
THE
ANK
1107 East Main Street
5 THE OLDEST, STRONGEST
AND SAFEST SAVINGS
BANK IN THE SOUTH
Write for our booklet, "Banking by Mail."
Capital . $219,750.00
^urPlus.-.-...... 600,000.00
Assets over._ 2,000,000.00
J. B. BEASLEY, President. GEa w> CALL Cashier_
DIRECTORS.
?--?Is?p'_ R. T. Arrington, Chas. Davenport,
J. B. Beasley, Samuel W. Tompkins, T. VV. Pemberton.
ialtimore Steam Packet Co
Equipped with wireless telegraphy.
U BALTIMORE ANU THE NORTH VIA
NOKFOI.K ANI) OI.D POINT.
e.ive Richmond Dally Includlng Sunday.vl?
N. _: W. Hy. 3:00 1'. M.. Norfolk 6:30 i?. M.
C. & O. Hy. 4:00 P, M., Old P-lnt 7:30 I'. M.
O. D. S. S. Co. 7:00 P. M. (ono day In Nor
Dle).
Va. Nav. Co. 6:30 A. M. (Monday. Wednes
a> und Frlday).
Tlcketa at nll o_V.s. For statoroomi ap
ly to H. M. BOYKIN, Agont. &30 E_st Main
treet.
_>LD DOMINION TlNE
V. Richmond foot of Ash Ht. dally.7:00 P. M.
eavo Newport News.E:00 A. M.
rrlve Norfolk .6:00 A.M.
Connect. wlth main llne steamera leavlng
orfolk for New York daily except Sunday
00 P. M. Conne Ion alio made by N. _
i. Ry. 3 P. M. and C. _ O. Ry. ct 4 P. M.
'Ight Llne ?i_tti . ep at C'laremont to
:nd or recelve pasiengen en slgnal.
utci.lM \ NAVIOATIO.N ( O. ramea Rlver
urt Newa and all James Rlver landlngs.
teamer leaves Monday, Wedoesday and
rlday at 7:00 A. M. Freljh. rdcclved for
li James Rlver landlngs.
.Y-Ua Ttc-et Offlre. 821 E. Main Rtre*t.
Two Grand Yachting Cruses
.VE8.T I.M1I1.S?SOUTH A-IERICA
nml lhe PANAMA (WAI..
(American Llne, Jan. 2S-Mch. 4.)
::i daya in the Amerlcan Medl
terranean for $1.60 and upwards. A
winter vacatlon trlp of unsurpassed
lovellness at less than $."> a day.
"ASK MR. BOWMAN"
Stcamship and Tour!*. Aisent,
7U8 East Mnln Street.
-RaGroatis.
.OUTHERN RAILWAY
TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND.
N. U?Following scliedule hgurt. pubiishe
i InforiiiHtion and not guaranteed:
?:1U A. 11.?Daily?Local for Charlotte. Dur- j
im and Ralelgh. 10:45 A. M.-Daily?Llmlt- ]
l?For ail polnta South. Drawlng Room .
uffet Sleeplng Car to Momphls via Ashe- I
ile and Chattanooga. 3:00 P. M.?Ex. Sun? I
oca! Ior Durham and lntermedlate stations.
00 P. M.?Ex. Sun.?Keysvllle Local. 11:4J
M.?Dally?Limltud?For al: polnta South.
ullman ready 9:30 P. M.
YORK R1VER LINE.
4:30 P. M.?Ex. Sun -To West Pt., connect
ig for Baltlmore'Mon., Wed. and Frl. 0:00
. M.--EX. Sun. and 3:15 P. M.?Mon.. Wed.
ld Frl.?Local to West Polnt.
TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND.
From tho South: 4:50 A. M.. 8:06 P. M?
illy; S:lo A. M.. Ex. Sun.; 1_:.5 Ex. Sun.;
00 P. M., dally. From West Polnt: 8:3. A.
., Daityi U:3S A. M., Wed. and Frl.; 4:i!_
M? Ex. Sun.
S. E. BUnOI-SH, D. P. A.,
..0 E. Mnln Ht 'Phone Madl.on 4_.
icinnoni, FP6_ericic__'g & Potomac R, R,
1 AND FROM WASHINGTON AND BEYOND.
oave Richmond Arrlre Richmond
4.50 A.M. Bjrd St.Sta.
"?._(?...... ByrdSt.Sta.
5.4. A.M. Main St.Sta.
..40A.M. Byrd St.Sta.
_0l iioiiii IIj r_ St. Sta.
4.00 P.M. Byrd St. Sta.
1.16 P.M. Klba Statlon.
5.15 P.M. Main SL Sta.
_20P.M. ByrdSt. Sta.
*7.50A.M. ByrdSt.Sta.
jfl 1.26 A.M. Klha Statloa.
tl 1.85 A.M. Bjrd St.Sta.
?I.I. P.M. MalnSt.Kta.
_.4S P.M. Byrd St.Sta.
*7.!!5 P.M. ByrdSt.Sta.
?D.OO P.M. Byrd St.Sta.
?10.35 P.M. Main St. Sta.
?Hi_Onlg_tByrd St.SU.
ACC0MMODATI0N TRAINS- WEEKDAYS.
ire Byrd St. Sta. 1.30 P. M. for Frcderlcksbirr.
ire Klba Sta. 7.80 A. M.,6.80 P. M. for Ashland.
rlrellyrd 8t.Nta._-5 A.M. from K rederlcksb'sr.
rl. e Klba Sta. 6.30 A.M.,5.80 F.M.from Ashland.
*Dally. ? fWeekdays. jlSundays only.
All tralns to or from Byrd Street Station
tcept traina leavlng 4.50 a. m. and arrivine
.50 ninht) stop at Klba. Time of arrlvala ano
parturea not guarantaed. Read the _i_na.
hesapeake & Ohio Railway
:W A 1 Dally?iaat tralns to Old i-oi.i,
;00 P. \ Newport News aud Nar/olk.
;40 A.?Daily. Locai to .Newport Newa.
;00 P,?Dally. Locai to iDld PotnL
;00 P. j Dally?LoulavilU and Clnclnnatl
:0o P. "" FuMmaua.
:45 P.?Daily. "St. Louls-Cl''<---. Special."
Pullmana,
;|0 A.?Daliy?Charl .ttesvl'.lo. Weok days
?Mlntpn.
:15 P,?Week days. Local to Gordonsvlllo.
;00A.?Dally. L'burg, Lex., C. For??.
;15 P.-Woek days. To Lynchburg-.
TRALNS ARRIVE HICHMOND.
tiocai from EaBt-^jiias A. M.. 7:fO P. M.
rhrough from E-_t--U:3- A. M., 6:<_i P. M.
[_cal from West? ,:S0 A. M.. 0:i0 A. M?
!0 P. M.
rhrough?7:00 A. M., .:4S p. M
Janie.i Rlver Llno--?S:35 A. M.. 6:15 P. M.
orfolk and Western Railway
jNL. ALL HA1L LINU TO NOHKOLK,
tfchudul- lu ElYoot October 2. 1910.
_ea_i Hyrd Streot Statlon, Richmond, FOR
jlt.ULK: _:00 A. M., '3:00 P. M.. '4:10 _.
TOH LYNCIIBURQ AND THE WEST:
? A. M., ^QO A. M.. _:00 I>. M., .:20
M.
Vrrlve Rlehmond fr.im Norfolk: ?11140 A.
, ?6:35 P. M.. ?UsSQ I . M. From tlso West:
60 A. M.. u.:00 P, M., b.:15 P, M.. 6:05 P.
, "_;00 _ ? M.
Pally. uDally, ex. Sunday. bSundaj only.
hilluiun, l'ailor and Sle.plng Cars, Cafe
nlng Cars. C. 11. BOSLEY,
, B. BEV1LL, D. P. A., Richmond. aV.
a. P. A.. Roanoke, Va.
Foreign Exchange
If you bave Foreiftn Exchanfte to sell we can pav
you the top of the market.
We issue Letters of Credit, Drafts, Travelers' Checks,
etc, avallable in every civilized part of thc world.
Come in and let us talk it over
First National Bank
OF RICHMOND, VA.
ASSETS OVER TEN MILLION DOLLARS
!att& of (UnttraiBrce and (Erusta
MUTUAL BUILDING, RICHMOND, VA.
Capital and Surplus, $325,000
STATE AND CITY DEPOSITORY.
Gcpcral Banking Uusincss. Compound interest paid on savings accounts
Acts as Trustee, Executor, etc.
OLIVER J. SANDS.President
A. R. HOLLADAY .Vice-President
RO. M. KENT, Jr.Cashler and Secretary
R. B. CAMPBELL.Ass't Cashicr and Ass't Sec'y
BROAD STREET BANK
303 EAST BROAD STREET.
Temporary location during construction of new banking house.
Capital ..... $200,000
Surplus and undivided Profits - $110,000
W. M. Habliston, Prcs.; J. VV. Rothert, Vice-Pres.; Jno. G. Walker, 2d Vicc
Prcs.; Andrew M. Glover, Cashicr.
PERSONAL AND BUSINESS ACCOUNTS SOLICITED.
With assets of over 51,700,000, every indiicenierit corisistent with good
banking is offered to its customers. 3 per cent. allowed in Savings Depart?
ment. Bank is open till S o'clock Saturday eventngs.
National Bank of Virginia
Capital, - $1,200,000
Surplus, -, $ 600,000
Accounts solicited
Ninth and Main Streets
iiaUroaos.
Richmond and Petersburg Electric Railwa)
Cars leave Alnncheslur, .Seventh nnd Perrj
Streets, for Petersburg:
?6, 7, 8, *9. 10, 11, ?1*> A. M.. 1, 2, '2, 4. 6,
"6:45, '6, 1 S, ??, lo P. M.
11:00 P. II. foi* Chesier, 12:00 mldnlght for
Petersburg.
Cars leave Petersburg, foot ot Sycaraore
Street, for Manchester:
6:15, 6:36,' "7:15, ?7:35, 8:35, P:35, "10:35, 11:3a
A. M? 12:35. *?1:35, 2:3;. 3:"5, '4:35, 5:35. 6:33
?7:35, 8:35, 9:35. Mo:40. 11:40 P. M.
?I'nrrlus liugKHgo and express.
"Llmiicd, exeopt Sunduya anil holidnya.
All cara from Petersburg connect wlth enrs
for Illchinond.
ItlCHMONn AM) CHESAPKAKK BAY
KAU.IVAY CO.1I PANY.
Schedule of eluctrlc tralns tn and from
Ashland. ftopplng ut tnlormcdlaie btatlons
upon slgnal: I.v. ltlchinoml (Hroad and
I.aurol Sts.): 6:06b, ?7:10, 8:10b, U.lOb, ??10:10,
ll'lO A. M.i 1:10. 2:10, 3:10. 4:10li, 6:10. 6:20.
7:10, S;10b. 10:10, 11:45 P. M. ' Lv. Ashland:
?6:65, ?iOCb, 8, 8b, 10, "11 A. M? MJ M., "1,
2, 8, 4, 5b, ii, 7. 8, 01). 11 P, M
?Dally except Sunday. ??Sunday only.
bCarries baggaga.
TAX NOTICE
Ofllce Collector of City Taxes,
City Hall,
Richmond, Va? Dec. i. 1910.
Notice to Taxpayers
THE LAST HALF OF CITY TAXES,
REAL ESTATE AND PERSONAJJ, for
1910, Ih NOW DUE AND 1'AVABLE ut
this offlco.
EVERY MAL13 twenty-ono yeurs of
age, and EVISRY peraon Ueepins houstt
or doiiiK business in the city. is as
sossed for personal taxes. Thoso who
huve, not' pald nny clty taxes durlng
tho year wlll pleaae call and settle, so
ns to avold belnfi; postcd as delin
Qiionts.
ORADING, I'AVING, PIPE AND
SEWER CONNECTION BlLLS aro also
due, and wlll have to bo declared da
Ilnt'uent it' not paid on or beforo end
of year.
FIVE PER CENT, will bo added to
lust half lf not paid on or beforo DE?
CEMBER 31ST.
Intorest at six PER CENT. also at
taohtia to all bllls as soon as reported
delinquent
I'arllcular attentlon Is called to th?
above, tin under nn ordlnance passed
by ihe Clty Council thero can be no
avotdanoe of the' penalty.
WASHINGTON WARD TAXES
to bo paid In same iminner at tbe offlce
of J. P, ROUINSON, Special Asslstant
Clty Collector, ut Tenth and llull
Stroets.
F. \V. CUNN1NC.UAM,
Colleqtor of Clty Taxea,

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