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New York. January 23.?Two well
defined movements of diverse charac?
ter to-day srave the .stock market a
nervous and unsettled tone Follow?
ing the general advance in London,
the local market opened strong and
buoyant, with gains which in some
cases carried stocks to new high point*
for the year, hut before midday this
position was reversed; A selling move?
ment, which gathered considerable vol?
ume, met with little resistance until
all the morning's gains were marked
off, and prices in many instances stood
at a figure helot* that of Saturday's
close. Buying til the bottom steadied
market somewhat, and during the
remainder of the day trading was dull;
at prices slightly above the lowest.
Tin market was subjected to vary?
ing Influences during the day. News
developments were not of sulllcieht
Import, however, t" account for the
wide range of lluctuitions; except on
the assumption (hat trading was on a
thin basis. United states Steel was
made the pivot of bull operation in
the morning on a revival of reports of
trad.' Improvements, especially In con
nection with the advance in the price
of wire product.-. This was accepted
as proof that certain branches of the
steel and iron industry were in a much
better technical position than had been
generally supposed, and the sympa?
thetic4 Influence of the advance in steel
shares was felt by the entire list.
Later in the day United states Steel
was vised as effectively as the centre of
Operations In a bear movement, when |
word came from Washington that t
resolution contemplating ah Inquiry
Into the steel corporation's affairs was
receiving consideration in the House.
"Word thai ho action had boon taken on
t?ie resolution helped to steady prices
in the late trading.
Interboro-Metropolitan was weak
through the trading, because of the
latest competitive off r for the con?
struction of subways, and Consolidated
Gas was affected adversely by its an?
nual report, showing earnings some?
what below expectations.
While little doubt Is expressed thai
tb-morrow's offerings of city bonds
will be successful; traders showed
some inclination to keep down their
commitments until the outcome is made i
known. December reports <>f I ho ? Le
hlgh Valley and the Pittsburg, Cin?
cinnati, Chicago and St. Louis Rail?
roads, showing further substantial de?
creases in net earnings, also exercised
a depressing influence, while reports
of an Impending decision in the Union
Pacific-Southern Pacific merger c=se
were used to sell those shares;
Much sliiftintr of loans occurred in
the money markets to-day incidental
to the city bond issues, but these oper?
ations found little reliction in local
monetary conditions, which remained
extremely easy. A better inquiry for
sixty and ninety-day loans was re?
ported, with no change of rates.
Bonds were steady. Total sales, par
value, $3,310,000. United States gov?
ernment 3s advanced 1 - \ on call.
Total sales of stocks for the day.
fi 17,100 shares.
New York. January 23.?Money r.n
. all steady; 2 l-2<f?2 :;-1 nor cent.: rul?
ing rate, 2 1-2; closing bid. 2 :.-s: of?
fered at 2 3-4. Time loans weaker and
dull; sixty days. 3 per cent., and ninety
<? ""\ :;''in 1-4; elv months. :: 1-2(1 :; jU i.
nut.N inner, -t#i l-?
Sterling exchange firm, with actual
business in hankers' hills at $4.S255<ff
? ' * for sixty-day bills, and at
f0r demand. Commercial bills
R4.S1 3-4^S4.S2 1-4. Bar silver. 53
Mexican dollars, 45. Government bonds
firm; Railroad bonds steady.
RICHMOND STOCK MARKET,
By Richard W.
Stock nnd Bond Broker,
Maury,
"1015 I"-. Main
St.
ton.
1*7?
114
10*5
tor.
r?s
S7
Richmond, Va.. January
RALES AT BOARD.
Virginia Centuries?12,009 at SS>j';
Richmond City Is, C. and R.?:t.2(m at OT1';
P.000 at r-7>i; l.OOO at 97'i.
STATE SECURITIES. Rid. Asked.
Virginia r?s. Old. C. find It.. 1592.. S7?/. ...
Centuries. ?'. nnd R., 1991. ss "
CITY SECURITIE's.
Richmond City Is. R.. lPJO-IMO_ f<7
Rieft; City Is. c. and K., 19il$-l?IO..
RAILROAD BONDS.
C. and O. R. and A, Clcn'l M. Bfcs.;; "id
OeorgSa Pric. 1st f>!>. i'. 1?$3_
Oo'orglrV, Sou. and Pia., 1945.
Ceorgin and Ala. ''en. 5s, IPlCi
Nor. and Went. By. 4s. 1336.
Seaboard Air Line Is, 1950.
Seaboard Adj. ."> p. r. bonds. 10If*.... "7
Southern Railway 1st F.s. lf>9i. 107
"Western N*. C. is; f.s. c. lau. 105
STRICKT RAILWAY BONDS;
Va. By. arid Power Co. .">s, 1931_ SS
STRICKT KV. STOCKS. Car.
Va. Ry. and Power <'o. pfd.100 T^'-.
Va. Ry. nnd Power Co com.... 100 2(1
RAILROAD STOCKS. Car.
Atlantic Coast l.lnc com.ICO 120
Chesapeake and Ohio.ICO S3
Norfolk nnd Western com.100 105',$
R., r. ^n"ii. p. ,,Dlv. Obllg.100 260
Soui he: i^.?Ita:It"'-iy pfd.Hit GP-j
RANK ANT) TRUST CO. STOCKS
American' National.U0 IGt'
Batik of Commerce and Trust..1C0 120
T'irst N?tional.10') :;10
National State anil <'it> Bank.. 100 173
Ravines Bank o: Richmond'.'.';, 2."> 64
IN SUR A N < ? K < '?.M PA NI KS.
Virginia Piro and Marine. 23 65
MISCELLANEOUS.
American Tob. Co. pfd. 6 p. c..!"> W
American Locomotive pfd.110
Va.-Car. Cherri pfd. S p. <:.100 124
Va. Car. Client, corn.lKi Ct
SO
Quotations for Interest-paying bonds are|
at a price, to which 'Interest must be added,
Ir. ..n>p bonds arid certificates of .'ndo.uied
he'ss are flat.
COTTON MARKETS,
.v. u York. January 23.?Tho report of the
Census flu renn, published at the opening of |
the cotton market this morning, seemed to
encourage, local traders Iii estimating tin.
commercial crop at 12,(iO0,(Otl nnbis or t lightly
uvcr. and tlie market cased off under scbt-'j
lerlng liquidation and bear pre/MUrc wlfh
tjio i-lofc steady; bid a net loss from 17
points for t|ie day j_; j
The market, ripeiied steady 1,1 an advance
of 4 points to a decline of .*. points, iieai ,
positions being influenced by the stbad.v
showing of Liverpool, while Inter months
felt tiiu bearish Interpret:!tlon of the tent
sti.4 ilgures, u ud the whole HC was sopn
selling at a m l decline of front ??'?tV, points.'
There did not rn i > i>*- a great deal ol
Ions cotton corning on the market at the
decline. On the contrary, there was buying
of March t>y trade Interest's and a liitlOi
?upport lor later months, as a resuji 'of
which receipt sellers for >h>n account Ivjg'Jn
to lake pro tits, nnd during 111 ? ? middle of ths
morning prices rallied 0 o'r " points from
the lowest De in a ml failed to broaden on
the ndvanc
c .s
ti o
uatioii, *i
again ?
local ?e?l
as they
Sita rket.
cc sober.
two up
Ken??al
less unset tie I
crease estlniati
of bullish private ad?
it!) as to tin., spot si'.-'
nd later ihe market turned <<ii?ier
itler renewed liquidation; while
>rs hpeanie moie aggressive as sooil
raw Ions cotton coming on the
Prices reached the lowest point of
In the late trading, with Miy <??.:
v at tt-SO. or within ?". points of thoI
ivi-1 reached since 11??? publication
jyViinmont's vrirj estimate list l.>c
Tbc close was within a point or
from the lowed ori covering, but
sentiment seemed to be more or
to the tendency to In
oi ti;.- commercial crop and
to -apprehend a falUn? off in export demand
foiiowlng tin iicilve buying recently report?
ed. Southern spbl mark, t.- as officially re?
ported were i'. Iriged. Exuortfi for tho
Thomas Branch & Co.
(Established p:',s.)
m ism bi5rs
New York Stoc:: Exctjan^c
New York Cotton LMchuri^c
Private AX^ires to
Principal Markets
Official Range and Sale of Stocks in New York.
SALES.
100
1 40?)
12 l'*'
?00
f..Tf?>
209
1,900
30
100
1'o
1.S7G
?1,520
1,10?
5,300
r.iw
100
l.C c
1,423
1,500
l;20fl
LtVI
I'.l'"
3.600
Allls-Chalmers .
Allls-Chalmers,' pfd.
Atnor'can Can, pfd.
Amalgamated Copper .??
Amor. Agrl. Chem. com.
Aunt. Beet Sugar, com..
American Can .
Amcr. Car and Foundry.
Amcr. Car and Foun.. pfd
American Cotton Oil.
Am uican Linseed Oil_
American Locomotive ...
A hier. Loc?ihotive; pfd...
Arne:-. Malt Co.. pfd.
Open.
.' 29
By THOMAS BRANCH <& CO.. Bankers and Brokers.
Bid. Asked. SALES.
64%
4S'4
41%
?%
E3?,
lioa
Amorlcan Smelting . 7S%
American Sugar'. 110%
Amor. Tel. and Tel. Co... H'*"i
American Tobacco, com. 425
American Tobacco, pfd.. 94%
Anaconda Copper . 39%
Atchison . 101%
Atlantic Coast Line. 120
A. c. L. of Connecticut.
Baltimore and Ohio. 107
Brooklyn R .;>;>1 Trails't. 77't
Central Leather, coin? 32
Canadian Paollio . 20S%
Chesapeake and Ohio.... j.3%
Chicago Great Western. ...
Chi.. Mil. and St. Caul... 12S%
Crucible Steel Cor., coin; I2V?
Crucible Steel, pfd. 75%
Chicago and Northwest. 140
Colorado Fuel end Iron. 34*6
Colorado und Southern.
Consolidated Gas .143
Delaware an! Hudson... 107
1 >en. and Rio Gran.; com. 31
Den. and Rib Gram, pfd.
Distillers' See. cor. 33%
Erie . *>%
Krie. 1st pfd. 45%
Fed; Min. and Sm.. pfd..
General Electric . 151%
Great Northern, pfd. 120%
Croat Northern ore ctfs 60
High.
29
79*4
04%
41%
63%
Ml
110*8
*7S%
1 16%
144
42?
m%
38%
li?4%
19
l 16%
Ho';
167'
31
2S%
I" i
K.i %
126%
10%
Low.
tvl?i
4S
.|l>1.
1 K'%
110
143%
424
:m'..
39%
103%
120
106%
..a.
31%
yt>7%
K!%
127
12*4
'if.'-.
140 "
3i?i
14114
167
2.^4
47 ?4
Clo
S
1X%
Oil
4..<-h
40%
9%
b2%
UOU
mi
1 nn 1
110
143%
420
94
39V'i
ItXHfe
115
221
i0?%
31?j
2u?'
I3f%
12%
7.>1'.
H.V"
34%
68%
1411?
KM
30? 1
TO
33%
88%
?.%
?\>:
VM
120
bS-i:
ing.
.Sit.
30
u;>"h
4S%
41
9'/if
117' =
59
"Vi
40%
111
37%
77%
110'k
113? i.
42f>
1HJ
39%
104's
I l?%
?ssn
100'.,
76%
2hs%
m'i
KiH
12-7?
lb%
140
O00 Illinois
Open.
Central . 130
. 19
High.
130%
19%
:.9\n
1'm'r
31
71
SS?
2fc! i
4*
101%
12v%
tv>
6 Vi
15?%
00
178%
1 ti%
l"vS
a?%
M%
111%
4-'ls
u>?%
120
26%
127%
107 Vi
32%
t.ir-i lnterboro-Mct .
?7.3iv> liiterboro-Mot.; pfd. 63
COO Int. Mor. Marine, com.. 5%
WK? International i'aper ? 12%
1O0 Int. I'aper, pfd..". 50
200 Kan. City South., com.. 33%
11,00) Lolllgh Valley . 17S%
W0 Louisville and Nashville 141%
100 Manhattan . 13$
1,10?) Mo.. Kan. and Texas- 30%
Mo., Kan. and Tex., pfd. ...
3,700 Missouri Pacific . M%
?'.*0 National Lead . 67%
2,300 New York Central. Ill Vi
."?on N. Y., Out. und Western 42%
3.700 Norfolk and Western..:106
8,060 Northern Pacific . 119*%
?_W Pacific Mail . 20%
22,100 Bennsylvanla . 127%
600 Rooplo's Gas . 106%
10) Pressed Stool Car. 32%
Pressed Steed Car, pfd.
Ry. Steel Spring, com..
i4$,7?0 Heading . 157% 1!>7 s
100 Republic Iron and Steel 32%
Republic I. and S., pfd.
r?,"^i Hock Islam! . 32 32%
Hook Island, pfd.
Sloss-Skeff'eld .
lO.i-o Southern Pacific . 118% US'*
1,700 Southern Railway . 2S
500 Southern Hallway, pfd. 05V-j 66Vis
35 Standard OH . 020 626
600 Tenncssne Copper . SO'-j 80:-j
Texas Pacific .
60,300 Union Pacllic . 1704 177
200 United States Rubber... 37% :r7*?
146,200 United States Steel. 77V+ 78%
1.600 United States Steel, pfd 119% Ul?l4
1 300 Va.-Car. Chemical . 01!>l. 04-^i
Va.-Car. Chemical, pid.
409 Wabash . 10%
tiOO Wabash, pfd. 35'/.
500 Western Union ?
Bid. Asked,
l^ow. Closing.
13?Hs "
WA
ix.%
1S%
&"J%
5%
12 VQ
00
33
1761?
l?ii
13S
35
79Ts
67V4
llWi
41%
1"\%
ll.sVi
20Vj
126%
106 V6
32%
155
3*2%
81%
27%
64%
625
35V[i
174%
K t?
76%
llh'-i,
01' ?
101, Ifta;
3f>?,ti ;??>
T.-.'.," 74 V
Total sales for da.v, ?79.2?"i shares
74%
"6
12%
b?
32
177
142%
13S
31%
64
bO
07
110-t4
41 >M
20
126%
100%
32%
95
32
165%
?2%
91
31%
02
id
ILM?
27 Vi
CS
625
37,?;
2?%
175
36%
77
HSV.
64
124
15%
34*4
Vit
IV!
33
VI
lob%
33
up'j
31%
02%
62
11*%
2S
65%
tvTJ
36
CLOSING BOND QUOTATIONS
American A'gricuit?ra.1 5s. [Jti?
American Tel. am! Tel. conv. Is.
American Tobacco tv.
American Tobacco fis. J|?A
Afchlson conv. Is (bid). IvtU
Atcblson conv. 5s ibld>.
Atlantic Coa*t Line 1st 4s ibid). Ml?
Brooklyn Transit conv. Is. 53<? I
Central of Georgia Cs (bid). luS I
Chesapeake an<l Obio 4Us. *J}J*
Wiesapeake anil Ohio conv. 4\is. fcjjs
Chicago, B. and Qulncy joint Is.
Chicago, B. and Qulncy K--n. Is. 'r'^
Ch*l? Mil. and St. V. dob. Is (bid). !>
Chicago, R. r. and Par Ry. rig. is.
Denver and Rio Grande ref. 5s.
Eric convj 4s. scries "A" (bid). T3\
Erie '-one. 4s, series "B". 1^.,
Intcrborough Metro. 4*i?. 78*i
Inter. Mere. Marine I'i*. l"^1*
Kansas City Southern 1st 3s (bid). 73?tj
Louisville nnd Nasb. Uri. 4s. PS'.J
Missouri Pacific 4s. 77?;
Missouri Pacific conv. 5s. P-'.i
Norfolk and West. 1st con. 4s (bkl)- 9S*4
Norfolk and Western conv. 4s. KX^i
Pennsylvania conv. 31ss (1915). SCMs
Pt. Louts and San Fran. sen. 5s. !>714
Seaboard Air Mnc Adj. 5s (bid).In
Southern racine conv. ?s. DSU
Southern Railway r-s. lyjvs
Southern Railway gen. 4s. TTVy
1*. S. refunding -'e, registered. 100??
XI. P. refunding 2s. coupon. 10C3?
U. S. 3s. registered. 102<i
l\ S. ;is. coupon. 10"-?
U. s. 4s, registered. 31}Vr
U. S. 4s. coupon. 115?
Union Paclllc conv. 4s. 'f',T*
U. S. Steel 2nd 5s. 10!*?
Vlrglnta-CaK Oheih. 5?. lulUj
VVabash 1st and ext. 4s. fill-i
dny were full, but fell slightly under port
receipts, although for the season so far they
now show an Increase of about 1,120,000 bales
over last year. The census figures, showing
11,'.'54,115 bales ginned to January lfi, indi?
cated ? g'.tning for the last period of about
170.W baies against 14l>,00t> for the same
period last year.
ltoceipts at the ports to-day 46,970 bales
against ?.>5,6r>n last week and 19,155 last yesr.
Tor the week 200.000 bales against 222,490 last
week and 114,049 last year. To-day's receipts
at New Orleans 4,669 bales against 9,002 last
yea r.
Cotton futures opened and closed steady:
Open. High. Low. Close.
January .14.70 14.70 11.50 it v.
February .14.S0 . H.5S
March .14.S5 14.S5 11.G7 11.60
April . 14.70
-May .15.03 15.05 1 4.S6 ll.SS
.Inno .14.?^ 14.93 14.90 I14.SS
Jitly .15-01 15.01 14.SS 14.00
I August .14.69 14.70 14.56 11.57
i Septoiuber .13.74 .
October .13.35 13.30 13.30 13.31
j Decent be r .13.23 . 13.20
I February opening, offered; September ?pen
| big. bid.
Spot cotton closed dull, 15 points lower;
middling uplands, 14.75; middling gulf, 10.00.
Sales, 1.700 bal^s.
Conor., dull; middling, 14.70; gross receipts.
C.6:7 bales; sales. 1.70ft bales: stock, 309,352
bales; bxpdrt to Great Britain, 2,:?ss bales;
to France, 3.25nl bales; CohsIwIs?, ^V.'iO bales;
to Japan, 1.200 bales.
Total lo-dnj at all port's?Net receipts,
Ii>;!<:i9 bales; export to Greal Britain,
bales: n> France, 23,i>W bales; to the Conti
neni. UjlS7 bales: lb Japan. Ii.Uli.bales; stock;
1,032,735 bales.
Consolidated ai nil ports?Not receipts.
72,135 bales; export to. Grc-ai Britain, 21.19$
bales; to France; -*:<,."?01 bales: to ibo Conti?
nent. I0.9S2 bales: to Japan. 6,914 bales.
Total since September 1 at all ports? Net
receipts, 6,'846,CS7 bales; export to Grcttt
Britain. 2.510.lv.* bales: lo France, 661,116
bales: to the Continent, :,,>m,P>i bales; to
Japi'ii, S9,i34 hales: to Mexico, 1;215 ba'.es.
New Orleans, l.a., January 25.?Cotton?
Spot cotton steady and unchanged; middling.
11 15-ltie. Sales 2.300 hnles and 600 to arrive.
Tlie market was ipilei throughout tli? morn
i11?< session. Prices moved steady and within
a narrow range. Toward the middle of the
morning bulls found it bard lo Influence the
market in their direction because each point
down met fresh buying orders from the Jong
side. Commission bouses appeared to have
a fair volume of buying orders from outside
customers following the census report. Later
in the morning the trading months were put
within 7 points of Saturday's close, hut this
called for the renewed short selling from
ring scalpers Future- closed steady at a
net decline of li 1 "? point" Closln.g bids.
January. II.S3; February, It. '?; March. 14.96;
May, 15.16; July, S5.25; August; 14.60; October,
13.35.
LOCAL MARKET ??lU>TAT!ON\S.
(Furnished by Levy Commission Co.. Com?
mission Merchants, Richmond, Va.)
ACTUAL WHOLESALE QUOTATION
OF MARKET;
Richmond. Va.. .lanuary 1911.
Lives poultry.
Turkeys, hens. 20
Turkeys, gobblers.. 1?
H r-ns. per lb. 1S
Chickens, large, lb. 1*>
Chleki 119, medium; ii>. "> @ "
Chickens, small, lb. 17
Roosters, old. each.. 35 <a io
Rooster*, you OB Htags, each? 40
Pucks, young, huge, lb. 15
Ducks, old. lb. U
ttiinctii. ench. 35
Geese, ehcli. 6t' t>0
DRESSED POULTRY,
i Head and Feet Off?Undrawn;-)
rurkevs. fat. Inrse. lh. 22 (ft Vt
fmk.vs. small, thin, lb. 20 <r? 21
Ducks, fat. Il>. 17 <it' IS
Fowls; lb. U
Chickens; 10. 16
Geese, large; fat. lb. !*.: <8> 11
BOUS?United.
In crates, nearby, fresh, doz.. 21
In crates, other sections, doz. 21
RUTTE.R.
/'n:i!il\. ? lioiic. frosh. lb. "'?
Merchants', lair. Il>. IS <?T H
Store puckert. 15
LIVE STOCK.
Calve;, choice. H>. 0
Calves, fair to good, lb. S fi? S?i
Halves. e\row r.. Ib. ?i (JJ T
Sheep, fat; lb. -1
Lambs, fall. fat. lb. 5
Lambs, spring, fat. ;b. 6 57' 6Uj
Hbg.i (gross wgL) ewt.. S.23
Cattle, "rood. fit. ib. 5U
COUNT RT-C/.1 R ED 11a M S.
I'n. hams, Hew, smnll. lb. 22 (Ci< 23
Vn. ham;, new, large, lb. 19 <3> 21
Vn. sld.-.s. lb. IT \i 18
Vn, shoulders, Ib. 17 <3> IS
<.; a m e:
Rabbits. No. 1. each. 20
Rabbits No. 2. each. 10 ? 12V4
V? .Id turkeys, lb.?. 22 <#> 23
DRESSED HOC?.
Hn^s. small sizes, lb. If
Hogs, inrtjo. medium, lb. 5 'S' 'V4
lh>i;s. sows and sta?n. Ib.;. 8
iSpsirerlb and chiSo, lb. 10 & 11
Count ij ttiiiicgc, lb.;.. K\i& 'S
RIDES.
Dry fiint. lb. 10
Dry suit, lb. II
Green, salt, p^r lb. S
Green; lb. 7
Green, damaged. 5
Tallow, lb. 6
Rees wax. 2S
WOOL.
Itrlsiu. No. 1. washed, lb. 25
Iir!nh!. No -. iVn sited. ItL... 23 ? 21
( It.', on a" si:r'1, fr<e cf burrs..
<."a., -viiwas!"- i. Ilshti.v burr.v.. Yl
Ch., unwashed, medium, hurry 15
m ihci:llane;ous.
Dried apples. |b.,. VA$ f>
Walnuts, oiis.T.. 75
Walnut kernels, lb. 15 20
Rlackoyc peas, bus. 2.fi0 ft 2.75
MA HK ICT < 10NRITIONJ5;
I.iio Poti I try?Receipts "bout equal to dc
maad. Dressed 1 "ouR: y - Mat u< t steady.
OPlvN AN ACCOUNT WITH
The Unicn Bank
of Richmond
HOT LAST .MAIN STRKF.T.
C1.00 MAKES A STAKT. i! PKR
CENT. INTKRKST.
Eggs?Market l?wer and unsettled. Veals
and hog? In good demand.
NEW VOKK PRODUCE MARKET. (
New York, January 23.?Flour? Dull and
louver to effect sale;. Rye Flour and Corn
meal?Steady. Buckwheat Flour and Rye
Dull; Buckwheat?Quiet. Barley?Easy.
Wheat?Easy; No. 2 red. OS'.jc. elevator ami
!>*>Iii?He. f. o. b. ulloat. May, SI.03'?; July,
3)1.02. Corn?Easy: new. No. 2, 53e. asked,
f. o. b. afloat. Futures closed Unchanged;]
May, ?vc. Oats?Steady; No. 3, 8$c. Futures I
dosed unchanged. January, 3SVic; May, I
40-,c.; July. lO'Je.
Beef?Steady, l.nrd?Easy. Tallow?Quiet.
Petroleum and Rosin?steady. Turpctttint??
Firm. Rice?Firm. Molasses?Steady. Sugar
?Raw, quiet; rellned, quiet. Coffee?Futures
cloved steady, net unchanged to II points
higher. Spot, <pdct: Bio, No. 7. 13V4<Jf 13->ic.;
Santos, No. t. 13-%c.; mild, nominal; Cordova,
13?i fit l.">3?<\ Butter? Weak ; creamery, spe?
cials. 27c; extras, 25#25V&c; third to first,
IS@2le.; held, creamery, third to tlrst. lS5i
"5c; State dairy, common to first. lv ?". .?"><?. I
Che.-se?Easy: State, whole milk, special, !
15?^ 17c; do. fancy, I5(ff l5^c; do. summer '
and fall made. 11 'o 11'.^e.; do. late, fall, good;
to prime, LHitHc.; do. winter made, common
to fair. 9<&">)le.; skims, 2?f'12c. Eggs?Easy;
I State; Pennsylvania and -nearby hennery,
white, fancy, lurgo, 35$?.36c.; do. gathered,
white, 32(fi".lc.: do. hennery, brown, fancy,
CSc.; do. gathered, brown and mixed. 2GiQ'27e.
Potatoes?"Weak: Bermuda, per barrel, $1.50
COO; Maine, per barrel. J1.505T liOO: State, jl.tj
<g 1.50; I.ong Island, Jl.50Sr2.CO; Jersey. $1.50 i
1.75; all sections, inferior. SI >?< I.3.V. Jersej
sweets, per barrel, SI.5002.50 Oabbage
\Veak; Danish seed .per ton. SSfiJ 11.00; do
mestlc $6f(j"S.OO. Freights?Steiidy.'; cotton to
Liverpool, per 100 pound-, ISc: grain to LB
erpool, 2d; grain to London, l%tl. Peanut8r
Steady; fancy hnndplcked, Virginia. .".',-?/
5V46J; Virginia shelled, No?. I and 2, W-'n
fi' i.e.
Cottonseed oil moderately active with
prices iaboi.it steady on light offerings ?l
crude and commission buying of late months
Futures closed 2 points lower to 1 point
higher. January, 7.V7'o 7.31: February, 7.27'.;
7.2S; March, 7.25'.i 7.27; April. 7.2Sti?7.30; May.
7;23(gi7.30; prime criule. 6.07476.20; prime sum?
mer yellow, 7.S0tS7.37; prime winter yellow,
i.S0@$.0p; prime summer white. 7.-l0'<i 7.!<>.
CHICAGO GRAIN MARKET.
Chicago. 1!'... January 23.-f-BuylnB ori ;i
large scale by lending long.5: pushed up tht
price of wheat to-day. Decreased Hcrengo
in France helped, and so did lessoning <>l
the United Ptates visible supply. The <-in<r>
wns at a ncl sain <>i '\'<i\r. t,ntost tlgiN'i
for corn showed a rl*<? nf n shade to '?*<?
oats were I-16c. up to '.de. off, and provisions
Irregular, 15c. down t<i .vji^c. Advance,
The lending futures ranged as follows;
op. n. High. Low. Oiose.
WHKA T?
MM- . !>$?? W,
July . WS '???; :*5V?
.Sept. *3% ?I M l'3*i
coro:?
May . :.f> t?; :?<!
duly . :<<>K 51 50?? 0)
Sept. r>l34 51T? M-'-n .MTS,
oa ts?
May . -IN 3t*s 34??
1107 Kast Mnlu Street.
Me nib era:
NEW 1'OBK ST(>"K EXCHAXGE;
NEW YORK COTTON EXCHANGE
cifir.4i;o hoard ok tkaub.
El L H?PEN. M.nntror
July . ZV.7 ZiYi 31s, 3411s
Kept. 33'i, 33>& 33'. i S3??
MESS PORK?Per bbl.
Jan.rjO.i: 30.67 20.12 20.62
May .1S.47 1S.50 1S.20 15.15
July .17.95 IS.?} 17.M 18.09
LARD?Per 100 lbs.
Jan.5.92 r?. 35 3.S5 3.92
May. 9.77 9.S0 9.70 9.80
July . 9.65 ^67 5.57 9.65
.Sept.9.05 9.72 9.62 9.72
short RIBS?Per 100 lbs.
Jan.10.52 10.5.-, 10.S0 10.55
May . 9.77 ??.82 9.72 9.S2
July . 9.60 9.^5 9.57 9.65
Sept. 9.62 9.65 9.62 9.?i5
Receipts?Wheat, ISiOOO bushols; corn. C0S,
700 bushel's; oats. 300.000 bushels. Shipment.*
?Wheat. 70.600 bushels; corn, 267,700 bushels;
oats, 2'.'7,100 bushels.
Cash grain: Wheat?No, 2 red, OS*? <Q 97*ic.;
No. 3 ted. 95tt@97c.; No. 2 hard. 96*?c.lft$l;
Ni>. 3 hard, 95'? ffi 97c.; Nn. I northern. 11.07 n'
1.09; No. 2 northern, S1.05#1.07; No. 3 north?
ern. $1.04 <?>'1.00; No. 2 spring. 95c.<fZ$1.04: No.
:; spring: 96c.;(b*$1.02; velvet chaff, ooe. '<> si.01:
durum. 52(Q flic.
Corn?No. 2 and No. 2 white. WMfi} 47c.: No.
2 yellow; 47'<i 17'..^.;.; No. 3 and No. 3 white,
41?? (f/43e.: No. 3 yellow, 14^4 @ 45c.; No. land
No. 1 white. 43*? ? 41c.; No. I ye llow, 43?i<0
44c.
Oats-No. 2, 32Uc.; No. 2 white, 33Vi 33\c:
No. 3 white. 32ft?933c.: No. I white. 32?,??
32^aC.; Standard, 33rti3:t>;c.
Baltimore, Md., January ?_'.''..?Wheat ? Eas?
ier: spot, contract. 96*tc,; southern on grade,
i'_". .1 :-;t-i-. Corn?Steady; spot, contract, l'?
??>:?: Viats?Steady; No. 2 white, 3Sc. Ryo
?Stclldy'; No, 2 western, domestic, SO ?> S7c
RICHMOND BRAIN MARKET.
Richmond, \*a., Jnnuary 23. 1911.
WHOLESALE QUOTATIONS ON 'CHANGE.
(V HE at?Car lots.
I No 2 red. Western. (fi ?1.0",
I No. 2 red. Virginia. 1.02 c# 1.03
I No. 2 red. 1.00 <fj> 1.01
I Kteamer . 96 <ff 99
Virginia (big lots). 85 0 1.02
CORN? Car lots.
I No. 2 white. (7f 55
j No. 3 white. t(. .",4
I N'o. 2 mixed. 153. 04
No. 3 mixed. 4$ 53
I Virginia 'bag lots). 52 <g> 53
Corn on the cob. 52 <S 54
OATS?Car lots.
No. 3 mixed. <@! ::*
No. 3 mixed. S6
S'o. 1 white. Q 3S
No. 3 white. fi 37
Winter seed ihag iotsj. 53 -li 65
RYE?Car lot?.
No. 2. 5? 90
I No. 3. iff. f7
Virginia (bag lots). S2 ? ?7
CATTLE MARKETS;
Oh lea go, 111.. January 23. rrdattle?Receipts
Sl.Odt .bead: Market weak. Beeves. $6..V".j
"AO; Texas steers, 51.15r<? 5.S0: Western steers.
$1.50,(0? 5,85; stbekers and feeders. $3.754}5.75;
cow.-; and heifers. $2.60S?) 6.10; calves; $7.50-,/
9.50. Hogs?Receipts 50.000 bead. Market
more active and rteady at decline. Light,
$7.657.90; mixed. $7.65fi 7.90; heavy, $7.>"iM'.r
7.V3; rough, S~.6Qtil.70i good to oholce heavy,
$7.70it'f7>Ti; pies. $7.50(1? S.05: hulk of sales.
$.7.75(07,85. Sheep -Receipts :{",.li>n bead. Mar
V.el weak. Native. $2.50ft 4 10; western. $2.70
3*4.35; yearlings, $4.50^6.50; native lambs,
$4.23i@'6.20; western, f4.5O@,6.20.
New York. January 23. ? Beeves?Receipts
3.i>s head, steers. |5Sf6.75; cull;. S4ifS?5.00;
cows, $2.50t|i: 1.60. Ca'ves?Receipt.- 2.450 head.
Veals, J7.50tfJ 11.00; culls; $fif?7.00; barnyard
und fed calves. J4fi5.50: western calves, $1.50
'n 6.50. Sheep isnd Lamba?Receipts 16.<)O0
head. Sheep, Si-Co 1.?.',>; lambs. $5(rj'6.25. Hogs?
We are a great believer in the doc?
trine that if one is interested in a bank, or
particularly in a Trust Company, as a
shareholder, that he ought to patronize it.
As a result of recent friendly sugges?
tions to our stockholders in these columns
quite a number of them have placed ac?
counts with us. Another one came yes?
terday. And we are looking for others!
Dont wait until you have a large sum
to deposit. Get your name on our books
to-day and receive 3(/c on daily balance.
RICHMOND, VA.
Cash Capita!, - - One Million Dollars
^financial.
JffnatufaL
INCORPORATED 1832.
The
Insurance Company,
OF RICHMOND, VIRGINIA.
Seventy-Ninth Annual Statement, January 1, 1911
ASSETS.
United States, Virginia, City of Rich?
mond and other stocks and bonds,
market value as of December 31, 1910.$1,
Office building and other real estate..
Loans on bonds and mortgage (1st Hens)
Interest due and accrued on bond and
mortgage loans, bonds and rents ac?
crued .
Bills receivable and call loans secured
by collateral.
Premiums in course of collection.
Cash in office and in National State
and City Bank.
243,091.75
72,990.29
42,895.29
4,021.70
20,088.93
119,237.91
87,989.68
$1,590,315.50
LIABILITIES.
Capital Stock .f 250,000.00
Reserve for losses unpaid. 64,359.00
Reserve for unearned premiums. 669,555.69
State, municipal and county taxes due
and accrued. 12,241.36
Dividend declared in December, 1910,
due January 1, 1911 . 12,500.00
Stationery bills. 258.64
Reserve for December, 1910, reinsurance
accounts, payable January 15, 1911 4,112.53
Surplus bevond capital and all liabili?
ties. 577,288.33
51,590,315.55
SURPLUS TO POLICYHOLDERS, $827,288.33
WM. H. PALMER, President.
E. B. ADDISON, Vice-President.
W. H. MCCARTHY, Secretary.
OSCAR D. PITTS, Treasurer.
Receipts 0.100 hcnd. Market lower :u JS.25"^
S.tio.
RICHMOND TOBACCO MARKET.
Richmond, Vs.. January 23, 1011.
Brights?Unchanged, firm; light receipts
Dark Fired?Hocelpts liberal: market con?
tinues firm and fairly active at prices
quoted. Sun-Cured?Market continues fairi>
active at unchanged prices; receipts heavy.
DARK STEMMING?NEW.
l.ugs .J S.CO ? S 7:C9
Short leaf. 6.50 ?jf> 8.51
Long loaf. 0.CO <g> u.H
BROWN SHIPPING?NEW.
I.ugs . 5.00 ,?? 6. -.f
Short leaf. 7.00 <S> 8.0\
Kong leaf. 9.00 (nt 12;?
Wrappers . 10.00 U 15.0(1
BRIGHTSj
SMOKERS?Common . ~.'J) fx S..M
Medium . T.00 Q ?.;,?
Pine . 12.00 li- in it
CUTTERS?Common . 12. GO @ 12.51
.Medium . 14.00 <3 lC.si
Fine . i7.w eg, lK.sq
Fancy . IS.SO (q. 20.M
Fl LLERS?Common . S.0I) @ I0.?i
Medium . 1! (0 ? 12.M
Good . 12.50 @ :?..:?<)
Fine . 14.00 <'i 16.'.0
WR.\ PI'FR.S?Common . IS.G0 r,f n.w
Medium . 13.00 r,T 20.00
Good . 20.0-3 r(1 r.o.o*
Fine . 32.50 @ 37:58
Fancy . 40.00 ft- 45.0?
SUN'-CUR ED?N BW;
Lugs, common to good. "p.00 Si: 7.00
Lug1*, good to prime. 7.00 <jT S.S0
Short leaf. S.00 (it 10..V
Long leaf. 0.00 Q I LOO
Wrappers . l2.;.o 'ri 20.00
Primings . l.co '<}? :t.00
MLS C E1.1. A N K O C S MARKETS.
PEANUT MARKET.
(Reported by Rodgers. McCnbo A Co.)
1'et er? hing, Va.. January 23.?Peanut s.?
Spanish.--Ma rket firm c: J1.2o per bushel.
Virginias?Market firm at Stil/P.Jo for Jum?
bo; 3,,S<5,3%c. for fancy handplcked; 3@3Uc
fur machine picked; 2^@2?4c. for shellliuj
stock.
DRV GOODS MARKET.
New York. January 23. ?I.lue? of flannel
lettes were opened In <i general way to-day
on about the price level of a year ago. anil
business has started promptly on them for
fall delivery. Dress goods lines are being
opened for fall, and buyers are showing
more interest. Retailers are buying more
cotton goods.
NAVAL STORES.
Wilmington, N. C January 23.?Spirits
Turpentine?Steady at SI',R*.; receipts 5 casks.
Rosin?steady nt i.">.0.*.. Tar?Firm at $2.10;
receipts 24 barrels. Grude Turpciittne? Firm
at $&<fi 0.50; receipts 22 barrels.
Savannah, ?'.a., J actuary 23.?Turpentine?
Firm nt S2?|C.;; sales tG'4c; receipts 393 casks;
shipments 27;: casks; stock S/.'fit casks. Uos
Ih?Firm: sales !,or>.s barrels; receipts 2.17ft
barrels; .shipments 1,421 barrels; Btoek 82,938
barrels. Quote: u, $G.57V-i.
MARINK INTELLIGENCE.
PORT OF RICHMOND. JANUARY 23, 1011.
ARRIVED.
Steamer Brandon, Barney, Norfolk, mer?
chandise and' passengers, old Dominion Line.
Steamer Berkeley, Shelly. Norfolk, mer?
chandise and passungers, Old Dominion I.Inc.
steamer Aurora, Fttrniun, Petersburg and
'James River landings, merchandise and pas?
sengers, Phillips Dine.
SAILED.
steamer Brandon, Harney, Norfolk, mer?
chandise and passengers, 0!<1 Dominion Line.
Steamer Berkeley, Shelly, Norfolk, mer?
chandise and pa?tetigers, Old Dominion Dine.
?Steamer Poeahontas, Graves, Norfolk and
James River landings, merchandise and pas?
sengers, Virginia Navigation Company.
S,came)' Aurora.. Furinnn, Petersburg and
James River landings, merchandise and ;.as
sengers l>hilhi>s Line.
Steamer Arilin in SorvR-p.
I Special to The Times-Dispatch. 1
Cnpe Charles, Va., January 23.'?-The
.steamer Maryland, of the New York.
your haul; for safety and its ability "and willingness to
serve you.
of this bank is attested by ample capital and surplus, its
strong, conservative directorate and capable officials.
The Service
rendered our customers is careful, courteous, prompt and
satisfactory in every way.
receive the same attention as the large, and is as much
appreciated.
CAPITAL, $1,000,000.00.
SURPLUS, $1,000,000.00.
RESOURCES, $10,000,000.00.
303 EAST BROAD STREET.
Temporary locatio" ''uring construction of new banking house.
Capital - . - - $200,000
Surplus and undivided Profits ? $110,000
W. M. Habliston. Pres.; J. VV. Rothert, Vice-Pres.; Jno. G. Walker, 2d Vice
Pres.; Andrew M. Glover, Cashier.
PERSONAL AND BUSINESS ACCOUNTS SOLICITED.
With assets of over $1,700,000, every inducement consistent with good
hanking is offered to its customers. 3 per cent, allowed in Savings Depart?
ment. Bank is open till 8 o'clock Saturday evenings
The Commonwealth Bank
Is ready at all times to advise with
you concerning investments.
Philadelphia and Norfolk Railroad
Company, which was damaged by. fire
December 15. made Its first trip across
the capes last night. The steamer
caught on fire shortly after leaving
Old'Point, and was landed at the expo?
sition pier, where the jassengers were
discharged. The. Maryland has been
at the Newport .News shipyard, and
has been repaired. President McCroit.
of ?the Pcnnsj 1 vanin Railroad, who
spent Sunday at t.ho Ohamberlln Hotel.
Old Point, was among the passengers
on board to-night.
National Bank of Virginia
Capital, - $1,200,000
Surplus, - $ 600,000
Accounts solicited
Ninth and Main Street
E. A. Barber. Jr., C, P. A. Phone 5321
E. A. BARBER & CO.,
ACCOUNT!NG, AUDITING,
ORGANIZING, SYSTEMATIZING
215 Mutual Building,
Richmond. Va?

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