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Stock Market
New York, January 16.?The course
of to-day's stock morkct was disap?
pointing to those who looked lor u rc
?umptlon of last week'.- bullish nr
tlvtty. There was ovidence of con?
siderable professional selling. pre
bumably bnscd upon the expectation of
unfavorable news from .Washington .a?
well as upon the general outlook foi
trade as reflected in the large increase
In the number of idle freight cars
These Influences to a large extent were
aii offset to Saturday's excellent bank I
statement and the tone was heavy j
throughout. After a moderate selling
movement early in the day bad run its i
course the market grew dull and spirit - !
less with no pronounced tendency In j
cither direction. Quotations ut the end j
of the day were fractionally under (
Saturday's close. The coalers wore the j
Vlroiigcst feature of the list. The vnrl- ;
?us Southern lines, especially Norfolk
und Western and Louisville und Nash- j
vlllo, were In pond demand, rumors o( j
a prospective dividend increase being
connected with the advance of the lor- ?
ini r. There was steady buying of the
Kbck Island Issues, which were strong :
and active, and attention was directed j
to the restriction of operating expenses I
of the system. The Hill issues were I
quietly strong, but the llarrlmans were :
Inclined to heaviness and New York j
Central was again under pressure. ;
Complete returns from the railroads of;
the country for November show only a I
minor decrease in gross earnings, but !
a falling off of 11.51 per cent, in net, |
the laruest of the year.
The government's report of record- |
breaking exports of steel and iron in J
1910 was of little advantage to steel.,
?which offered freely at slight auvaiice?, .
Money continues to accumulate here,
and lower rates for all accommodations
are looked for. The banks made a fur- i
ther gain of $1,990,000 to-day of the
subtreasury. Commercial paper was in
bitter demand. The brightest feature
of the bond market is found in re?
newed assurances from foreign sources !
of large participation In the forthcom?
ing Issue of Now York City bonds. i
Bonds were Irregular; total sales,
yar value, 12,509,000, United States'
government bonds were unchanged on
call. Total sales for the dny were
406,SOP shares.
New York, January If..?Money on
rail steady, 2 3-4S3 per cent.; ruling
rate. 2 3-4; closing bid. 23-4; offered at
'.' per cent. Time lonns n little better
demand. The slightly Increased otter?
ing " 1-2 per cent., and ninety days,
3 1 -2!S 3 f>-S; six months. 3 3-4?4 per
cent. Prime mercantile, I to I 1-2 per,
cent. .Sterling exchange steady. With
actual business in ? bunkers' bills at ,
? i.S2G0ig $ 1.K270 for sixty-day bills ami'
r.t 14.S5SG for demand. Commercial
bills. $4.513-46 $4.821-4: Dar silver,
B-l 3-4; .Mexican dollars, 4&.
HI (If.MOND STOCK MARKET.
By nichard VP". Maury.
Stock and Bond Broker. pJIfi n. Main St.
Richmond. Va.. .lanunrv 1? 1?J1
SALUS AT BOARD. "
? irglnia 3f, Old?M0 at SS.
Virginia Centuriat?500 nt 8$Uj 1.C00 nt S5??
Airstnls-Carellna Chemical 1*1 Mart.?1,000
si Afrc PF.CCRITIF.S. Bid. Asked.
Virginia Old. ?' and ft., is:::.. $7?i >.<;
Centuries, r. and lt . IMI. ss?i SS*4
CITY SECURITIES.
Rieh, city Ii, c und it.. i53?-iato.. . jjjii
RAILROAD BONDS.
A. i'. 1.. R. R ron. Tr. 4 p. c_ ft
C. and O R. and. A. Gen'l M. t>4?.. ici
Ocorgla Pn,\ 1st 6s. c. u:;. til
Ueorgla, So. and Fla. 19IK. 1W
Ceoreia and Ala. Con. ?t. I945. 10.1
Nor. and Won. Ry. 4s, iJ'j?. ?|$
Nnr. ami West. Ry, porn. I?, l?n.. gg
Seaboard Air blue Is. 1950. S4t4
Seaboard Ad.1.. ? p. c. bonds. ISIS;. ~<- ...
.Southern Railway 1st .*s. 1M|. io;
Western N, O. lat (!?, C, KM . . 10j
STREET RAILWAY noXOS.
Va. Ry. and Power Co, 6 s. 1&34_
STREBT It Y. STOCKS. p?r.
Vn. Ry, and Power Co. pfd....100 7T so
V?. Ry. and Power Co. com_101
RAILROAD STOCKS p,lr.
Atlantic Coast Line coin.100 ll<
Chesapeak eand Ohio.n,.j jjijj
[Norfolk and Western coin.ICO pi- ., ,
Southern Railway ptd.100 $W ... i
Southern Railway cam.tr?> "7
BANK AND TRUST CO. STOCKS.'
American National.100 ISO ... I
Hanlt Commerce and Traat ..ioo i:o ... I
First National.100 310
National Rank uf Virginia....100 l?l?4 it'.-,
National State and City Bank..ICO ITS " ... '
Ravlngi Bank of Richmond_ til . ' i
Union Hank ?f Richmond.,v> "50
IXB t.'R A N Ol I COM !? A XI BS.
Vlraliiltt Plre and Marlin-. 20 65 ... I
MISCELLANEOUS,
American Locomotive pfd. Hil
?VS.-Car. Chain, pfd. s p. ci... ..100 123
Va.-Car. Cliem. iota_.'fo 6J>S 61
Va.-Car. C!i-ir... Itl, Mbrr et, 1'. :. 101'I Io; i
Quotation* for ihtcro?t-pa>liiq bonds are'
at a pre e. to Which Interest must he .uhb .1. ?
income bond* nod einhielt** uf Indebted-1
nes.i .ire tint.
( OTTUN M VKKF.TS
New York. Juiiuarj 16-Tlie rotten market
*\as qiilel, hut nervous and unset tied dur?
ing the day's trading, ami while the .-Im
was steady last tol.es showed ,,ct lorn of'
from Str 12 points. The opening way staady |
in h decline of 3ft} points, and tn-lde ot Iii?
tlm few miaute? active positions sold a: |
,i net of fioin lull points undm lion!- i
datIon by local hem pressure, Inspired by!
relatively ea*> cables jiml private advices
Jri.nn Liverpool claimlnR that spot offerings
were easier, although tie- South had si nt
ver; hellish report* her.- nt io the attitude
??( interim bolder* on Saturday. Around
11.03 for May sonn .-aippuri ih v'loped, and
the market'rallied .'. or II points from the
'???????. but tliore wan no n^gresslvc demand,
mid iater th? mo: lift ibsoiI off ngoin uiidci
n renewal of hear pressure and liquidation,
v lueli appeared due to, riiru'or* Hint earl) re
lurns io the N'atlonal C.lnuer.i' Aasoclatloa
jnilltaird h blnillitji of o hales r.?r tie
period bist . !i,|,.,l ?RHlu*.: . .<> ?> liices for Hi
^alllJ periid :.tti year. pri< ca were r.t
nearly the hovem on up iie.tive iuouttis.
A sbmmaiv ot Tf-xji weather eoiiilllions
ior the moiith of tic<eiul.-r. Issued l>v O..
Jlonstoil Weiubei l.tureaii, showed p'recipL
lation at I LS slat loin :t\ :Mt. j,,,
which ?xi said to b, " of an Inch greater
lhan the last.: ?? w yens. There r.hs very
lime preelpltatluii In uort.hwisi and wcBtyru
butlons of l.hv Sinti I'hl. :.; .rt littrzcte'il
snnie et teat Ion out s.-nod to have less In?
fluence In the snirkei than appielxa.is
j '<? ??? unsettled sp..-. sltiiutlon ami ih, Itrlj
Thomas Branch & Co.
(Established 1K3S.)
MEMBKBS
New York Stock Exchange
New York Cotton Exchange
Private V/ires to
Principal Markets
63%
40 H
4'Hj
3'U,
11?
Open.
SA UliS.
MO Allls-Chalmera .
Allls-Chnlm? rs, pfd.
7,S0O Amalgamated Copper ...
lOO Aiuer, Agrl. ehem.. com.
If* Amor Beet Sugar, com..
200 American Can .
300 American Can. pfd.
200 Amer. Car and Foundry.
Aue r Car and Foun . pfd
K"1 American Cotton Oll.
?fl Amer. Unseed OH, pfd...
300 American Locomotive ...
ICO Amer. Locomotive, pfd...
Amer. .Malt Co., pfd.
9,700 American Smelting . TS
American Sugar .
l,500 Amer. Tel. and Tel. CO... 112%
i" American Tobacco, com. VA
American Tobacco, pfd.
309 Anaconda Copper . x*
3,600 Atclilron . 168%
300 Atlantic Coast Line. Iis
A. C. L. of (lonnoclIct'L. ...
1,500 Baltimore and Ohio. UtT
." 100 Brooklyn Itnpld Transit. T'i1,
1,601) Central Leaiber, com. '-".'*?
1.950 Canadinn Pncltlc .20$
1,590 Cheshpcnko and Ohio?
lpO Chicago Croat Western. 23V.
-""Chi.. Mtl. and St. Faul... 126
v. Crucible Sic) cor., com. r.",
Ilfi Crucible Steel, pfd. 70
600 Shlcago and Northwest. 143
300 Colorado Fuel ; nd Iron. 32?!
Colorado and Southern.
7.300 Consolidated Has . HI
200 Delaware and Hudson... 167
I ten. and Rib Ornn., com. 30?i
I ten. and Bio < '.ran , pfd..
100 Distillers' Sec. Cor.
liOO Brio .
IO0 Krle, 1st pfd.
General Electric.
UK) Great Northern, pfd.
XO Great Northern ore ctfs
Bv THOMAS BRANCH ft CO., Hankers and Hrokers.
High. 1/nv. Closing.
Uld. Asked.
33
?t%
58%
K%
63t,
4Gt.
40%
ft*
eS't,
62%
'??%
:n"-r
112%
vs>
102%
11?
100%
23%
124%
VP. 1
1 12%
::i'j
27 V4
63%
39%
109
03S
16%
41
0M>
78%
e3
119
M
31%
111% in;
112?, 1121
42?? 42.*>
94 V4 :<>
3s% sin
10291
103
I18\?
228
68%
124?;
11?".;.
ltiiVj
30%
To
32%
i&o%
124%
hVA
71%
::;t'4
2S%
Open.
BALKS.
1.S0O Illinois Central . 13.7
600 liiterboro-Mot . 18%
050 iitlerboro-Mel., pfd . 61
Int. Mer. Marine, com.
inn International Taper - 12%
!C0 Int. Paper, pfd. 6ft%
Kan City South., com.
31,$00 Lehlgh Valley . 179
1.600 Louisville and Nashville 145Vi
Manhattan .
360 Mo., Kan. and Texas ... 34%
Mo., Kan. and Tex., pfd. ...
800 Missouri Pacific . 4iu;
M? National Lead . B6%
4,400 New Vork Central.110<8
N. V., Ont, and Western ..;
8,800 Norfolk and Western... 102'i
1,300 Northern Pacific . 117%
Pacific Mail .
8,900 Pennsylvania . VSVA
People's Gas .
Pressed Sleel Cur.
Pressed Steel car, pfd.
lly. Steel Spring, com.
113,600 Heading . 165%
100 Itepubllc Iron and Steel :!'-"?
2T0 Itepubllc I. and S.. pfd.. 93%
13,300 llock Island . 31%
M00 ItOCk Island, pfd. 61%
Sloss-ShelTlcld .
2,fi00 Southern Pacific . 110%
1,100 Southern Railway .
Cii'i Southern Hallway, pld
?:. Standard OH .
300 Tennessee < "oniier .
Texas Paelllc .
.?ts.iKM Union Pacific .
ICO United States Lubber..
83.225 United States Steel. 76%
?'lilted States Steel, pfd ...
1,050 Vn.rCar. Chemical . 63%
\';i.-t jr. Chemical, pfd.
4(0 W a bush . 16%
300 W a bash, pfd. 33
|e-'? Western Union . 74'i
Total salts for day. 406
High.
130%
19%
12>j,
?0
179t?
HO'v
49"?
f<V,
110%
i?i%
11s
127 Vi
-et?
83%
632
:o%
i76%
:i7'?
98%
31%
632
3:p,2
76%
bow. Closing,
nid Asked.
1:*
T?'?
17s
115%
34%
49li
10*4
101" ,
117',
lii5?
166% IS
131%
19%
63%
4%
12%
W
33
ITS
146
13*
34?
03 to
49% 49
Ki to
109% It'.'
41% 4:
168%
JITVi.
'.'7U.
12ti%
107
31%
93%
32
156%
32'
lh.
171%
16%
33
7 4 Vi
Ol sliaf.
6311
31%
93
81%
104
IL?
28'
121
10 c'
3!i'>;
91
31 >
If'i
321
91
lib'
61 % 62
rd
lb.', in.'
27 20t
tvt i;.p
630 ?Ha
32% * 33
26 261
174% 17 F
36% 34 ?
75% W
118% I IS?
03% ?4
123% 124'.
16 % I?
31% W>
74
CLOSING BOND QUOTATIONS
American Aurieultuini 5? ibhli.
American Tobacco In.
American Tobacco 0?.
Atchlaon conv. 4s.
Atchlaon conv. r.s ibbti.
Atlantic Coast l.lnc l^t 4s.
Brooklyn Transit conv. is.
Ontral of Georgia ibldi.
Chesapeake and Ohio pjs.
Chrosapcakc and Onto conv, *Vi*.
Chicago. It nnd Qulncy Joint Is.
Chicago, B. nml Qunincy gem Is...
Chicago, lt. I. and l*ac. n>-. tfp. is.
101't
?l>i
Denver and ttto Brande ref. Ss.
Brie ronv. 4?, series "A".>?..
Uric conv. Is. sorir? "II".
rborough Metro. Us".
Inter. Merc. Marin? IVis ibhli.
Kiinsu* City Southern lit If.
Louisville and Nash. Un. 4?.
Missouri Pacific 4?.
Missouri Pacific conv. r>i.
Norfolk ami Western 1st con. 4s.
Norfolk nml Western conv. 4?.
Pennsylvania conv. "':s (1915).
SI. I., nnd sun Kran. geh. ?"?? (bbli.
Scuboaril Air I.lue Adj. ??.
I Southern Railway S?.
I Southern Itullway gen. I".
ill. S. refunding S?, registered?
i it. s. refunding C? coupon.
|U. S. is. reg?tared.
I tJ. S. 3?. coupon.
I lt. S. 4s, registered .
I tl. S. 4?. coupon.
I t'nion Paclltc conv. 4?.
I b'nltcd State? steel laid Ss.
I Virginia-Carolina Chcm. r-s ?
I WaliiiBh 1st und ext. Is .
Spm cotton closed nutet, l" points lower;
middling uplands, lljSOi middling gulf. 15.0*
Sales, ::,SW bales.
Cotton, quiet: middling. 1?.S": gross re?
ceipts, s*5,37S bales; sales. 2,600 bates! stock.
308,401 Tuiles: export lo Great nntaln, 121
bnlQsl Coastwise, 2,9112 bales.
Total to-day at nil ports?Net receipt?.
34.663 bales; export lb Great Hrltaln. Zt.M ]
bales; to the Continent, "",078 hales; stock.
1,0C5.66* bales.
Consolidated at all ports?Net receipts,
SU. IK bales: export to Great Hrltnln. 15.1301
littles: to France, 10.12" bales: export to thu ]
Continent, 46.::i7 bales; to Japan, 2,617 tmles
Tola! oince September 1 at all ports?Xet j
receipts, 6.6|.1.'-"7I bales; export to tiri'iit ?
Hrltnln. 2,4:6,063 bates; lo France; 603.:;7 |
bales; to tho Continent. 1,620,05) hales: lo ;
Japan; JJ.62I bales, to Mexico. 1:316 bains.
New Orleans, La,, January 16.?Spot cotton
quiet find easier, unchanged! middling, 1""'.
Sales on the spot 600 and 200 to arrive. No
great amount of business was In ?vldenc?
lit any time during lite morning. Closet
Jununry, H.K; March. H.M: May. 16.10; July.
15.19; August. 11.(5; October, l".?5(>.
LOCAL M ARK KT QUOTATIONS,
< furnished by Levy commission Co.. Com?
mission Merchant*, Richmond, Va.)
ACTUAL WHOLESALE Qt'OTATlOTVK
OF MA RK FIT.
Ithhmond. Vn.. January 16. Uli.
MVS POULTRY.
Turkeys, hens. 2a
Turkeys; gobblers. IS
liens, pi lh. 14
Chickens, large, lb. IS
Chickens, medium, lb. 16 V IS
Chickens, small, lb. 17
Roosters, old. each. jr, <i'r I"
Roosters, young stags. cach.V.. iti
1 Micks, young, large, lh. 16
Ducks, old. lb. 11
Guineas; each.
Geose, each.**. 60 v 86
DRESSED POULTRY.
(Head and Fool Off?Undrawn.)
Turkeys, fat. large, lb. 22 Ht M
Turkeys, small, thin, lb. 20 Ii 3:
Ducks, fat. lb. IT ?J 1!.
Fowls, lb. 11
Chickens, ib. is
loose, large, fat. lb. 13 8 14
P.C.fiS -cr.it.-.i
In crates, nearby, fresh, dos.. 21
In < rates, oilier sections. do*.. _'l
RUTTRR,
Family packed, choice, U>.... 20 <t 25
Store i? r, it,.i. li. 1.*.
LIVB STUCK.
Calves, ?hohe, lh. ?
Calves, tnir to good. Iii. " 'i f
Calves, overgrown, lb. 6 :.i 7
Sheep, fat. lb. I
I.aml.s. fall, fat, lb.
I.ambc, spring, fat, .1?. ?'? S 6!
Hogs isross WKt.i .'.vt. S.25
catile. rood, int. lb. S*?4fl .">'
ciiuxTR>vctjimn hams.
Vii. hams, new. small. Jl. 2*.' If 73
Va. hams, new. large, II?. U 'u 21
Va. sides. Ib. 17 'a 1<
Va. shoulder*, lb. 17 k> Id
OAm K
Rabbit*, No. 1. each. 20
Rabbit* No. 2. each. I" 9 12'
Wild turkeyr. Il>. 22 ',"( 23
drks.-T.'h II OOS.
Hogs. smaM sUos. lh. 1"
Hobs. .arge, medium, lb. !' "ft !'
Hugh, sows ami -tags. II. S
Sparerib 'and chine, lh. u> a 11
Couiitrj sausage, lb. IJ'.fcTf IS
RIDES..
Dry illnt. Ib. 1?
Drv silt, ib. H
Qre(en. salt, in. SV?
Green, ;i>. "Mi
Ore,mi. damaged, lb. 5
Tu 1 low. Ib. *
He. sv. ax . 2*
\VO< >I ?
Bright, No. I. washed, lb.... 24
Bright. No. 2 washed, lh.... 23 Tr 24
I'll,; unwashed, free of tuirrs.. 20
cii . unwashed, tightly hurry.. 17
i Cll.; uhVasbetl medium hurry 15
MISCELLANEOUS.
Dried tlp-jo*, lb..'.. 41?'.;
On ..ns. cry. per 1(0 lb. 2.(0 y 2 25 1
Potatoes, ebolce, bus. !?'? it 65
Apple* per bill . 2 5? Q 6.00 1
Walnuts., bus. 75
V. i at kernels; 11. IS ? 20
Rlarkeyo pens, bus. 2.60 ? 2.7:. I
M \ RK ET CONDITIONS.
Live t'oultia HecelpH Increasing: market!
iiliHt.ailv. Pggs Market brake again to-day
dOxeii mid verj weuk. Prospect* fori
still I vat i market. Other produce steady at1
pries onoted. . . ?
new vom? pitoni't'K market.
New. Voilt. January 16.?Flour-rOulet ?Ith
prices unchanged. Itye FloMr?Quiet; Iluek
wlicai Ftour?Itull. Ruck?? beat? Quiet. Corn
meal .'mil It ir'ev -si.-ioly. itye?Dull. Win nt
IVeak: N'n. : red. ?l elevator and Wit. f.
? i i. ill, it. Future* closed "ifil'.o. net
lower. Ma>. 1.01?.'; July. $1.0.".. Corn-Has
h i : d at ta t decline, May. 5R1?\
Oats st.ii.H: Mandant While. 89c. Future*
closed nominal. May. its-.; July. We. I
Reef?Finn, Lai'jl?Easy. Tallow?Quiet,
Petroleum and Ro?ln?Steady. Turpentine?
Firm. Molasses Steady. Rice?Firm Sugar!
Raw, llrm: refined; steady. l>tfcc-S|><>t
: |. .' ? sati'o? No, i. ll'dl'.e.: mihi, aulot;
Conto? i. ::. . . : ? . nominal. Untier- Easy: ,
creamery, specliil. -???.; extra*. 25c: llilrd to;
first, lei.'. .; held, Creamery, third to *pe
? :i . H'l 2i!o.; Stall, dairy, common to lliiests, I
Ii ,.hei ?? St?'a?ly: Stnte, whole milk.
Seidemlier (jlinlltv. L\'iil7c.: do far., y. |5?| !
Si Li-ie.: do. i iioii... ii'jiM'c. Ilggs-Kasy;
-Siaie, Pentisylva.ala and nearby hfititcry, ?
w hile, fiiney! lar^e. ::t-.i Vn-.; do. gathereil. I
white, '.v.; <b, hennery, brown, fancy.
:ll?i22|... do. ttalherril, btowtb SOtr.lle.j west
.?in gaiiien-l. white. Wir lie.
Fotatoe.*?(Julet: liermuda, per bane:. *4'.i
6.60; Maine, per bag. It.AOWu.tOi State. II 4'. ?/
I.St<; l...ng Island. t}l.M1t 2.?l; .lei s. v. R.SQ{|
l.7i'.; Inferior, all sections. 51M1.25: Jersey
svm i i. tier li irr. i. si ,'".i :'.f.f>. Cnbliage*
Dull: Hu,:-.. . pei ton, S4?jft2.00; ilomcs
tle, (fifis.00; ted. l'<',:'??<?? Fielghis-rtleody:
cotton tu I.Imt;.i. per :?>! pounds, ISe.s
grain to l.Hcii. 2'. n'raln to l.oiidun. 2d.
I'l nnuts Stead> ; fniiey liandpleked. Vlr
j glnia. iffS'itr.; \ trglnl.T shelled. No. I. I'r'.t
I Cottonseed oil wai easltr under scaitereil
sellltig bi' t lie .ongs ami re)iort* ot easier
I irueH viarket.. Future* (dosed unehsnged
??. ,-, point*, .iMiiuaty, 7.3*fi7.)tt t Marcli. 7 ;6u
t May. 7.2.1 sV 7.13:' )?rlme crud?., ft.20; prime
rummer ^??llow?. 7.2sS77.60; ? rime ?Vinter ye!
.. r.loes.OO: prime summer white. 7.3V..I
( nil AGO (.Ii ?IN MARK El".
rago. III.. Januar)' 18.?With toreign
ries>bl|if.|ng h^avll) and with iloines
locht! of wheat piling up ? l??- market
showed unmistakable weakness to
Klnal prh es ?m ro 'e loner to a shadt
.mp?red with Saturday night. Corn at
liiu ol tut sts-ion ???? a': '.ji. I? 1c
down: ont? ofr t-Wu nr.. and provisions at
n decline of
The lending futures ranged is follows:
Open. Hich. Lote. Close.
wheat?
Mbj- . i,co?{ i.ooti i.oo>; i.ob?j
July .
Sept. ,
CORN ?
May .
July .
Sept.
OATf
Mny ..
July .
Sept.
96
94?i
4n>..
91?
Jl'.i
PORK?Per hid.
.;0.0i
.l?.f>7
.I?.:n
..Mill-Per if*) His.
.Inn.10.15 K
May .I?.0S 10
;HOKT HlHS-Per inn lb?.
M
.lull
:'?.in
Itb'O
IS.Sj
Jan.
Jill
. I". 7
Sept . 9.97 0.JJ P.J7 a.;;
Receipts?Wheat. ?5,800 bushels I ebrn. i:ov
000 bushels; oats. 3SS.IO0 husheis. Shipment*
?Wheat. ;;?;.sfpo bushels; torn, 135,100 bushols;
oats. 114.600 bushels.
cosh grain- Wheat?No. rod. MlfcflMUc.:
No. .1 red. Pili :?.=,(?.: No .2 hard. Kt>C.?J$l,0l:
No. 3 hard. 97c. ?II; No. I northern. ?LOS?
I. 10; No. - northern, tl-Or.? 1.09; No. .1 north
ein. Jl.'.v-.fl I.IK; No. 2 sprint;. JHfl.OH: No. 3
fprint,-. 97c-.iV.A4. velvet chaff, 91 it We.:
durum. Soi*. Corn ?No. 3 white. 46Ti W<? ?
No. : yellow. 4*0,'0 P?,e.: No. .: and No. 3
white. 44>l?i tl\r;.: No. 3 yellow, ll'.iflttc:
No. I. 43';?4Si'e.; No. t white. 13',-fi 4S?r.-..
No. 4 yellow, ?J'iftl3?;c. oats No. .'. 32*J
S'V.: No. w hite. 33M 331;.-.; No. 3 while.
."..''.'.13.";c; No. 4 white. JM? 32'.c.; Standard,
3:V-( .Vo-.
Baltimore, Md.. January 16? Wheat ?Eas?
ier; spot, eontraet, Mi'c.; Southern on gradai
9-iii.e. 1'orii?Easier, spot. contract, re1..,,
:.'??,", (ins tjulet and easier; No. '.' white.
Siiic live -Nominal; No. ; Wertem, domes
II. -. MtTSTc.
041.03
'.i 1.03
A i.oi
RICHMOND GRAIN MARKET.
Richmond. Vs., January 16. 1911.
WHOLESALE QUOTATIONS ON 'CHANGE.
WHEAT?Car lots.
No. '.' red. Westrrn.
No. 2 red. Virginia. l.ti
No 3 red. I;M
Steamer . Of.
.Virginia (hag lots). K
fonX-Car lots.
No. 2 white.
No. i while.
No. 2 mixed.
No. 3 mixed.
Virginia Ihag lots!._. 63
fern on the cob. f.2
ft A TS?Ca r lots.
No. ? mixed.
No. 3 mixed.
Winter seed (hag lots). 53
II YE?Cor lots.
r.3tv
36 >4
Nu
HOT Enal Mnlti Street.
Members:
NEW YORK STIC K I.XCII ANOH.
NEW YORK COTTON EXCIIAN'fill
CHICAGO HOARD or TRAD8.
K. 1. RODEN. Manacor
No. 3.
Virginia (on* :ots>.
CATTLE MARKETS.
RICHMOND LIVE STOCK MARKET.
(Sales at Union stork Yards.?
Richmond, Vn.. January 16. ID: 1.
Report or the live Flock market for the
week ending .Innuary It:
Receipts?Cnltle. L'ST heart; calves. 55 head:
Sheep, 53 head: hogs. 3,319 head.
Rest steers. 5?4 5T t",',e. . on? or two extra
lots. i.'-c. medium to good, f'i \\ 5l-r.; com?
mon to fair. Itff.c.: best heifers. 5*ic.; me?
dium to good. 6Y%Q'&l?c.! common lb fair. 3\
(ISc.i hesi cows. I*ic: medium to good. Ifj
4'?c.: common to fair. 3'a3';e.: hulls, r.L-ii
t'n'.: extra. l>&1T4*?c.: calves, ??iS'.Sc.: ex?
tra; 9c. cows anil calves, 12517?3.00 p."r head.
Sheep, I ii :.c.; :nmlis. $6u'7.fn; best hogs, S.IO
It$.60; ;.|gs ami light hogs. li.20ffS.lO; sowb
and stags. Tij'.iSc.; rtngr. 7fi';'.je.
Market strong on all kinds of stock.
Chicago. III., .lanuiirv I?. Cattle?Receipts
:v..onn bean. Market w.ik Reeves. ft.SOSJ
7.0O; Texas steers. M-25$j6.40; western ?teer?,
51 ?:o 'it ?> 00; stocket ? and feeders. t3.S006.S0;
cow-, and belters. I2.S01j6.lO; calves, 17.60 Ii
(?.:.0. lings - Receipt.- 3S.C00 head. Mark. I
more uctlye und strung to .'??. higher Hian
e.irl*. I.lgbt. $7.75fi S.oO; uilxedi f 7.55 475.00;
heavy. }7.*O0$.OO; rough. !7.:<> .i 7.SO: good to
I choice heavy. I7.S0Oti.00; piss. 67.60QS.05:
bulk of sales. 17.60? 7.95. sio-ep. Receipts,
; 1.00.1 head. Market weak. Western. 12.(047,
' 4.10; yearlings. J4.60.fi 5.70; lambs, natives,
, f 4.7311 ?.05; Western, 65 i? 6 CO.
1 New York. January I*.?Beeves?Receipts
l ::.4i!3 head, steers, f ?.S5. bulls. $4-u .*.!?):
cow... 13.10671.60. Calves?Receipts, :i,200 bead.
Venif. I6Q-I1.O0; culls. 55ii7.00; Western. 14.60
I 110 75. Sheep nnd l.nmlis Receipts 15.71? head..
?Sheep. $394.60; rulls. 12.60: lainhs. $6'n 7.00;
yearlings, I5473.SO, Hog.--Receipts 10.MO bead.
Market higher at I&46QS.90 for choice; pigs,
: }9;00.
i _
i RICHMOND TOBACCO MARKET.
Richmond, Vs., January 16. ion.
Urlgbts- Receipt* light and market Arm
at unchanged prices. Dark Fired?Market
I tlrni at quotations, Receipt* moderate. Sun
I Cured?Receipts liberal: market fairly ae
tl\c at prices quoted.
BRIOHTS.
SM?KQRS?Common . '?>? fi S.60
Medium . 7.00 S.:,0
Kin'e . I2.W 9 U.IC
I CUTTERS?Common . 12.00 y 15.64
Medium. 14.00 ,;, \f.M
I Fine . -.7.00 n n.51
\ Fancy . IS Oo :i 30(4
FILLERS?Common . a.to n iooi
Meilliini . 11.50 ;i 15.04
OO?d .:. 15.60 sf 13.61
Fin" . 14.00 i?( 16.00
WRAPPERS -Common . 11.00 "J !7.W
Medium . 1S.C0 Q 50.04
Fine . 35.50 (Q 37.51
Pane) . 4''.00 ?j 4?. Ol
MISCELLANEOUS MARKETS.
PEANUT MARKET.
(Reported by Rodger*, McCabe A- Co. i
Petersburg, Vn.; January is.?Paauuis.?
-punish.-Marke! tlrni at 11.20 per huahcl.
Virginias?Market firm at 3%t?4l4c for Jum
: 3|4fl3*ie. for fancy handplckod; ?".H r.i,.-.
- machine picked; 2Vf.fi;2?tc. i,>r aliening
stork.
DRY GOODS MARKET,
cew York. January 16.?Many buyers ar
! In the dry g.I- markets, partly In attend
nine here at the annual meeting of the n\i
liontil Wholesale Dry Goads' Association
I Cotton blankets ror fall ion show advance
? ranging from 2't*? ic. per pair, and linen
! msitng from 60c, to K per pair. Lines of per
I percales foi fall were priced, and It was an
Condensed Statement of
Richmond, Va.,
Made to Corporation Comniision, January 7, 1911.
resources:
Loans and Discounts.$1,386,092.83
Bonds, Stocks and Investments. 253,097.82
Real Estate, Furniture and Fixtures. 32,571.13
Demand Loans.S 70,000.00
Cash in vault and due from
banks. 412,878.95
- 482,878.95
total resources.$2,154,643.73
LIABILITIES.
Capital Stock.$1,000,000.00
Undivided Profits. 63,320.61
Reserve Fund. 10,000.00
Set aside for Interest. 2,608.29
Individual Deposits. 1,078,714.83
TOTAL LIABILITIES.$2,154,643.7.?
We solicit personal and inactive accounts, and pay
THREE PER CENT, on daily balance.
During the past fourteen months tbe deposits of
tins Company have increased ^875 PER CENT. We
draw attention to this point as an evidence that those
who deal with us are satisfied customers.' We invite
the reader of this advertisement to open an account.
IL W. Jackson, President. ?<
.lame N. Boyd, V.-Pres. John M. Miller, Jr., V.-Pres.
L. D. Aylctt, Secretary. John II. Southall, Treas.
SinuntteL
.IftnaiiC?iL
Every Man, Wornan and Child in
and the South
OULD KNOW THIS FACT
NOTE IT WELL
THE
If
AM
OF
1107 East Main Street
Write for our booklet, "Banking by Mail."
Capital . $219,750.00
Surplus. 600,000.00
Assets over. 2,000,000.00
J. B. BEASLEY, President.
B. Alsop,
J. B. Beasley,
DIRECTORS.
R. T. Arrington,
Samuel W. Tompkins,
GEO. W. CALL, Cashier.
(?has. Davenport,
T. W. Pemberton.
Why not patronize
a bank in which
YOUR interests will
be promoted?
THIS BANK
conducts a gen?
eral banking business
and offers every advan?
tage consistent with
proper methods.
nouncrd thai the American Printing Com-i
pany in to show the tirst iimo standard ::?;!
, iinil :il hi T>,j?3Se., respectively. Men's wear I
ge..ds are at advanced prices.
NAVAL STORKS.
Wilmington, X. <?.. January 10.?Spirt la
Tiirpontliic -Steady at Slc.j receipts IScnsh>.
Rosin-Steady at $'..S0: receipt? 113 Parrels, i
'1 'ar? Firm ai 12.10: receipts .'6 liarreis Crude
i Turpentine- Firm at $I.M>fl J.M; receipla 110
; li.irrela.
j Snvannnh, Ga., January !?">.--Turpentine?I
; Finn at HIHc: Mies 111 casks: receipts
I casks; shipment* 30 casks: stuck 18.219 casks.'
I Itusln -Firm: sales, 156 Panels; receipts 1.699
I barrels; shipments 3.567 Parrels; stock S6,o9l
j liarreis. Quote: B. S6.S5.
MARINE INTELI.IOENCE.
' PORT OF RICHMOND JANUARV 16. 'Ml.
ARRIVED. >?
I Steamer Rerkelcy, Shelly. Norfolk, mor
Ichandlse and passenger*. Old Dominion blue.
I Steamer Brandon, llurney, Norfolk, liicr
cbahdlse and passenger*, old Dominion I.In..
Steamer Aurora. Furman, Petersburg and
James River landings, merchandise ami pas?
sengers, riiiiiips Line.
SAILED.
Steamer Berkeley, Shellyi Norfolk, mer?
chandise and passengers. Old Dominion Line;
steamer llrnndon, Homey, Norfolk, mer?
chandise and pacscngors, old Dominion Line,
Stcame'l Mobjaek. droves, Norfolk ami
Jnn|cs River landings, merchandise ami pain
scngers. Virginia Navigation Company.
Steamer Aurora. Furmati. Petersburg and
James River landings, merchandise ami pas?
se iiKfo^s_i2iiilips Lino._
l/AST VIRGINIA INTERESTS
j New Vork Lite InHurnuce Company,
I With n lllc llrtmrh Oilier In Rich?
mond, Practically u Virginia
t 'oueern.
I The New York Life Insurance Com
I I any. with a branch ofllce located in
I this city, in the Mutual building, may
he classed as a Virginia institution, as
it lias been doing business In this
Suite since 1851. Richmond being its
Southern headquarters; The company
does a very la rue business in Vir?
ginia, and during all of these years it
I has been paying in death claims, ma?
tured policies, dividends, etc.. vast
sums of money. Indeed, the books
show that Ibis company turns loose,
.more ready cash in Virginia than it
carries out, thus making it a valuable
Virginia industry ihn aids wonder?
fully in the financial and industrial
upbuilding of the old State,
t In addition the company has larfre
j I:.vestments In Virginia securities and
enterprises, nnintintliiK' to many tnil
I lions of dollars. ??>
I The New York Life is one of the
I oldeal and most .substantial of the
i American life Insurance companies,
I und Is weil known all over the countrv
fei Its progressive policies and Its
; economical and Intelligent munago
i llient, and also for Its reputation for
I paying its obligations of all kinds
promptly on the SpOl
I You arc assured of courteous
treatment here and close personal
attcnlion to voiir wants.
Commonwealth Bank
The strength of this bank, evidenced by Capital
and Surplus of $2,000,000.00 and Resources of over
$10,000,000.00, recommends it to you as a safe
depository. Its
has secured a large and growing number of de?
positors, demonstrating its ability to take care of
the legitimate requirements of a discriminating
public.
303 EAST BROAD STREET.
Temporary location during construction of new banking house.
Capital - - . - - $200,000
Surplus and undivided Profits ? $110,000
\V. M. Ilablislon Pres.; J. VV. Rolhcrt, Vice-Pres.; .[no. G Walker. 2d Vice
Pros.; Andrew M. Glover, Cashier.
PERSONAL AND BUSINESS ACCOUNTS SOLICITED.
With assets of over SI,700,000, every inducement consistent with good
banking is offered to its customers. 3 per cent, allowed in Savings Depart?
ment. Bank is open till S o'clock Saturday evenings
E. A. Barber, Jr., C. P. A. Phone 5321
E. A. BARBER & CO.,
A CCO U N fiNG.iAUDITING.
() KG A NI ZING, S VST'K M ATIZIN G
215 Mutual Building,
Richmond, V:?.
I The Valentine Museum
ELEVENTH AND CLAV STtlEETd
I Open dally Irom 10 A. H. .p t P. >i
I Admission ?be. Frs; i/O 8alurd?/a.
National Bank of Virginia
Capital, - $1,200,000
Surplus, ? s 600,000
Accounts solicited
Ninth and Main Street
The Confederate Musuem
TWELFTH AND CLAY STKBET?
OPEN 9 A. M. TO f. P. M.
ADMISSION 24c. FIU?E ON 8ATURD/.TS.

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