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Nriv York. February 14.?Speculative
Interest shifted frohi the stock F.x
. ! ange lb other qunrtors to-dny, and
tra'ding lagged far behind its usual
Ip'roportibha Price movements for tho
most part were without importance.
v\ ;.ll SI feet's chief interest lay In an?
nouncement id important new financing
and in s'i'.< tempestuous cibxirsc of spec?
ulation iu the commodities markets.
; >. \. '..i rnent iu regard to new
financing included an pfilCinl statement
of the Now York Central's plans, the
dir? tors having authorized issuance of |
f30,000,000 three-year i 1--' per cent.)
noii^; sale of $10.1.two-year t 1-2
ppr cent, notes by the Baltimore and
Ohio, and the statement that the Kan
City Southern - recent offering of {
55 000.000 bonds had been largely over- i
subscribed. |
' The decision of both- the New lork j
C.( ntral and Baltimore and Ohio to pro?
vide foi impending retitiireiuphis by
selling short term notes rather than
bonds, was Interpreted as an indication
that the terms demanded by bankers
for accepting bonds wore too onerous?,
and in some qunrters the b.plnlpri was
expressed that bond issues by these
toads would have been received with
jgreaier favor.
In the atbek iuarkei no disposition
was shown ;o oohtlnuc the recent up?
ward movement and bear operators
who leiirnod last week the effective
resistance they may expect, kept clear
of new ventures so that the market
lacked leadership from either side. a
brief period of strength at the opehingi
due presumably <o accumulation of
buying orders over the holiday sent
some Issues to new high points for
the present movement, but openin?; !
gains were marked oil quickly and the
list settled down for a dull, quiet day .
The Canadian stocks and the Gould
groupi particularly Missouri-Facfie, j
were the features' of the market. Cana-j
diaii Pacifies showing of more than |
$10,000.000 surpliis earnings for the last
half of lftlO, gave that Issue strength,
and carried up the other stocks in the
Canadian group. Steady operations of
Missouri Pacific, which has been evl
dent for several weeks; was explained i
presumably by advlcos received from |
St; Louis, which stated that attorneys!
for the Standard Oil Company and its
hankers had made a formal demand fori
ti.r i.noUs of the company preliminary,!
h campaign for proxies to be used
at the annual meeting on March I 1.
Time money was easier to-day. sixty ;
ami ninety-day rates declining slight?
ly. Tltc clearing house banks to-jrlay
made the unusual pain of $3,016,000 j
from tiie Suhtreasury.
Bonds were steady. Total sales, par
value. $2.800.000. United States bonds j
were unchanged oh call Total sales,
J502;700 share;;.
New York. February 14.?Money
Call steady. 2 1 -12 \ - 2 : ruling rate.
2 5) v closing bid. 2 1-1: offered at 2 3-S;
Tune loans easier; sixty days. :'. per
cent., and ninety days, r. Vi ;: i -1; six j
months, :, l-2$i 3 3- I. Close: Prime mcr- |
ran tile paper. I to l 1-2 percent.; sier- j
ling ex-change firm, with actual bus- {
Inrss iu bankers' bills, et $ I .S3 4."? 'i i
f '? r<"C\,"i for nlxty-day bills, and at
S4.Sfi30 for demand. Commercial bills.
$ I.S2 3-S@ $4.S2 7-S Bar silver, 51 7-S.
Mbxli n dollars, 45.
lUtllMONB ST Olli MARKET.
Rv Richard W. Mriury.
F!n-k and Bond Broker. 1015 E. Main St.
Richmond. Va.. February H. 1011.
SALES AT BOAnpj
Virginia Centuries?1,000 at S7U*. 1.000 at!
$7'.?: 300 at *7U; 260 at RTtti
Richmond City -is, R?2.0C0 at !<T'.v; 1,000 at
fi
Vlvcinln Railway and Power Co. rommoa- ;
W> at r.P;; Id .it. 341,6 J
STATE SECCRITIEr. Bid. Asked; j
Virginia 3s, Cid. c. and R.. ir._\... Sf.ij sr '
Centuries, C. ami It , 1??1. 57 " S71J1
J:All.ROAD BONDS
A. f. L. R. R. Con. Tr. { p. c. !?l
C and O. K. and a. Gcn'l M. I?(s... !<v.
Georgia Pacific 1st fis. C, IM2. 114
'sla. Sou. and Kla.i lOtb. Ift5
Gn. and Aln Con. ?s. 1045. KM
S"i jrfolk und Western Ry. ts. 10J6.. 0?
Seaboard Air hin? 4s. i!>f.o. vt
Kcal cird Adj. 6 p. c. bonds, 104!?_ 76
Southern Railway 1st r-s. lOfM. 107
?yvestefti N. c. 1st Cs; C. 1514. 10".
STREET RAILWAY BONDS.
Va. Ry. arid Power Co. 's, 1531.v*. '.<''? 01 j
STREET RT, STOCKS. Tar. |
Va Ry. and Power Co. pfd_ 100 M |
Va. Ry. and Power Co com;...100 "l'* ?
railroad STOCKS. Par.
Atlantic Coast Bine com.100 123 ..
? )i*riipeake ami Ohio.va ss
N'orfeiit and Weatorn com.l<v? jov
lb. r. ,-tnd P. Dlv. ObllK.100 270
Stiuiherti RallwaS- pi'rt.100 C5li ..
f-r.uiiiern Railway coinnion.100 2S',3 ..
BANK AND TRUST CO. STOCKS.
American National.101 \t,?,
JBisnk "f Commerce atul Trust..100 120
I N'attoa^l-.".KO "10
Na! ior.al B/nk,.^?f. \MVclnla.100 l?i
11 mal "state and City Bank..lf'"i !7n
3*laniera National.too 675 .
t>a.v|n{rfi Bttiik et* n'.i-hmond. nt
Union Rank of Hi.'hniond. ."0 77.0
v reihia Trust. Company.l'O r.o
m isceLl'a n EOVS.
American Teb, Co. pfd. f p. c.lOO W
Va.-Cni. Chem. pfd. S p. c.1W 12S
A'a.-Car. Chem. Co. com.100 C,
Va.-Car. Cheni. iFt Mort. to, 1003.. loP.i ...
Quotations '-it interectrpa>ing bonds are at
e pri< ? which inteirc&t murt he addr..'.
Incomfl i)ondk bnd ccrtificatba o( Indcbteditcss
?re flat.
cotton marrkt>.
Tir>rk. rebr?ary i4? ThTc was?
further jtinrp dcellne in the cotton markr-t i
1' the active mnuthc niaktnt; new
low reidrds for the movotnent, and whiln
rii' closi-: wa? very steady at a rally of s?ev
rrol {>f)'.:-,'.?. from the lowest, last prices ehow
dcclitie of \~<n's{ points under !>? ar
) < :-!.?!?' and liquidation followinB the wcak
(?r.ejs of r.5.-. f rpool over the holidays, unsatlst
Ifactory reviews of th- domestie. mill Fitua
tton and repons that further r.-ilr.f had ?.?
/?^rrcU in the Sotifhweat. Covering caused
* ra'.:;- n? h of 0 points from the lowest, but
there vine nn itnap to the buying, and a lit?
tle later :':e market weakened "aKaiii under
/on'.lrurd liquidation, trndlng no support of
consequence until May contracts had sold at
>H ?Tul.v at 13.M. e-r .r, point* below
the c:otdnc fl??w of last week, and in the
rrue of May ?hout 109 points below the high
T'rorrt of the set-f.lon, A: ihls level <-over1ns
became a lit tie inore ?c?fve and priee? ral
llfd from . the lowest, with May closlitft at
3< ''4 t.ld !:horts .'??:no1 r.hV to btty a Rood
c.e.tton jtist fcpove the 14c. level, nnd
despite the tieperted tore r.r the marWet In
the law trading s?ntiment was very nervoui
?? d unfiettled. r.ninr parily n% apprehcns.lona
that Sottthfm spot holder* tiilrht be liqtil
eU-t>.r.f. ?.r.ti part;>- to nervousness o\-i>r the
Orra, ,f !eij:if:Htlnn nfrelns' fuf,re* In
t'-' i-hi-(rtoa Southern epot rnarkets as offi
eialie re-ported v-e-re unchanged to >ic looser
com pa red with Fridty.
The day"? rnov* jrien) and ^stlroates for to.
v -r'-'w-j. :/e.- |.;.- -. ? Jars' H''<F ehqwrd r.o
1'ii-y.dt-ffalling off, such ns nr. dtetert last
'"?er-:--, and p toi? a bp; ihr- continued heayyfo
f t^f J-'.s. rr.vf.r<; -.\ - ? ? krj favorable
T- ?';<"?? eb:r> advices and the reports of in
crr.--.?ir.v rtirtaflrnrn.t a.tr.ong domestic tnl.'?
'. f> res|?oHsiblc for ?l;e bearish averr.gA of
? nt.merit and the rear of some change in
'\i *--.t-.jd' of rernj)lrtlng Son? interest"
bi-.h tri futures ?nid rp--ts. * '?'
Receipttt ?.<. th" ports to-flay were 22 if*
b?3e? acairst 34-191 last week and r. 7*? ian
yj-nr, Tor th* week Mf-.OOo bales against 177..
tr: tast we*k and :?'?<.:,'.: )Urt year. To-day's,
receipts New Oilcans f.,512 bales against
Thomas Branch & Co.
z (Established 3s?*.)
MEMBERS
NTew York Stock Exchange
New York Cotton Exchange
Private Wires to
Princioal Markets
Official Range and Sale of Stocks in New York
By THOMAS
SALES.
100 A) Hp-Chalmers
Open.
- -Vi
100 AlllsrChalmers, pfd.
*\tW) Amalgamated Copper ...
300 Amor. Agri. Che hi.; com.
l.s/O Amer. Beel Sugar, com.
TA) American Can .
400 AhiortCA-ti Can. pfd.
1,060 Amor C.ir and Foundry. .Y7
1136 Amer. Car and roon.. pfrl il?J%
200. American Cotton Oil. 60%
300'Amer. Linseed Oil. pfd...
1,100 Aiiierlean Locomotive ...
Amor. Locomotive, pfd.
Amer. Malt Co.. pfd.
3,S<K> American Smoitirig .
1,200 American Sugar .
1,500 Amer. Tel. und Tel. Co...
16 American Tobacco, com
L'l5 American Tobacco, pfd..
"JM Anaconda Copper .
2,100 Atchlson . 10715
Atlantik Cons! Line.
A. C. 1?. of Connecticut.
300 Baltimore and Ohio.
i.T? Brooklyn Rapid Transit.
100'Central Lent her, com ?
1,660 Canadian Pacific .
2,700 Chesapeake and Ohio ?
100 Chicago Groat Western.
o ? Iii.. Mil. and St. Paul...
7?> Crucible Steel Corlj com.
ISOCruelblc Stool, pfd.
71'?? Chica go and Northwest.
Colorado Foci and Iron.
5500 Colorado and Southern.;
9,300 .Consolidated <ias .
Delaware and Hudson...
iiS&Q Dm. and Rio <7ran.. com.
1,400 Deri, and Rio Gran., pfd.. 72%
500 Distillers' Sec. Cor. r;7
7 A? Erie . 32
3.600 Erie. 1st pfd. Gl%
310 Fed. Min. and Sm., pfd.. 03
S0Q General Electric . lff>%
2.600 Great Northern, pf<i. 129?^
?:,r>W Great N'orthcrn Oro ctfs 63%
?>Ph
5t%
9?;
41 >4
SI)' K
11S%
14&%.
140
96
io
7S-".i
:>1%
213%
SO
l?%
13%
14s%
144*?
.11
High,!
S?.i
33
66%
61%
46?i
9-i
S1U
fl'l
lisVa
GQ%
31
42%
119%
M5%
110
imj
F-7'<
21.3%
86%
?3%
12.^;
?0%
14S%
67%
I I3?s
22'*
51%
1?5%
im-\
(vtU
Low.
33
66%
el
9%
:6v>
us-,
32%
41%
79?a
118%
143%
?133
!"67i
!0'?
lOSft
105%
75%
31??
213?
i$%
23%
12S
13?,
HS's
7,7
114%
36%
31%
BO?}
63
lc??4
129
r.3
BRANCH &C
Bid. Asked.
. Closing.
<1A tflS,
O., Bankers and Brokers.
SALES.
51
44
M%
36? i
116%
m\
41%
109
St
???%
lift I
115't
435
&?%
39 ?
106%
122?
229
105%
7.??
31%
212'-..
23%
127-?
13%
SO
34%
S7
1 t^i
17?? i
34%
36%
31%
20%
62%
164
129%
62%
51%
4434
9%
SU*
Mi,
UN's
60
SI
41%
in
35
12<l
116%
440
97
}0%
1007?
124
236
io6*i
78?
32
51?%
XS1?
?JTvh
12S
13%
SOI i,
1 1S?
144%
I7i%
34%
72? i
S?%
31%
coy,
?ifi
156??
12?%
?')3'.t
Open.
.. 136%
... 20%
.. 66
3V) Illinois Central .
1.300 Interboro-Met.
2,600 Interboro-Met... pfd.
Int. Mer. Matin?, com..
4 ft'. International Paper
730 Int. Pa per. pfd.
700 Kan. City South., com.
7.47? Lehlch Valley .
IVO Louisyllle and Nashville H7%
Manhattan .
1,100 Mo.. Kan. and Texas? 35!?
Moi;; Kan. and Tox.. pfd.
M fW Missouri Pacific .
la-) National Dead .
1,000 Now York Central.
1.1CU N. V.. Ont. and Western
700 Norfolk arid Western.
1,600 Northern Pacific .
:<m Pacific Mail .
Jut Pennsylvania .
I'flO People's Gas .
200 Pressed Steel Car.
Pressed Steel Car. pfd..
10? k
cid
17S?i
e7?b
67? s
11S>.j
43%
. 107? is
. 126^.,
. Z^H
. 127%
107?,
36
Spring, com.
Steel
pfd..
Pfd
:>(V> Ry. Steel
Ifi.sro Bcadinc
210 Republic Iron and
lea Republic r. and S.i
550 Rock Island
Rock Island, pfd.
Sloss-Sheffield ?
2.7?v? Southern Pacific .
4.40O Pout hern Railway
l.liv? Pont hern Railway,
10 Standard Oil .
:\oao Tennessee Copper .
1,200 Texas Pacific .
17.27T. Union Pacific .
5<Yi IJpited States Btibber.
36.430 (Triitcd States Steel....
760'Urilted States Si eel, pfd llf>
1,600 Va.K'ar. Chetrilcal . ?>6
Chemical, pfd.. l"fi
. 17
pfd. 37*i
t'nhui . T 4f-i
160%
:tv
PO
32%
3S%
2S'.
r,
41%
.?jp-;
526 Vn.-Cnr.
r.7iio Wabash
10.2fV> Wabash.
2>yt Western
74>5
Total p^ks for day. 321.S0O shares.
High.
20%
.'if
36' i
irt%
147'.?
CO
r.7-1
iisv-j
43%
m7!*
127',
28?h
127%
P>7'?
37? i
1*1
36? i
rvj
33? 4
61
120'4
?2fr?
6V?
.T.",
50%
150',
42
Sl\
tin
66
12*
17*.
39%
74?,
Bid. Asked.
Closirix
1S6V4 U-i'i
ii?i
biVt
1.-6'i
20?/i
64?i
'lO'.k
m
.tp<
177%
147%
67%;
113
13'. i
105?,
29%
!:?;?..
?07%
;{Jt;
63'i
ii?ii
3S%
fi.Vv,
63fi
3S%
'.*?' i
li5?,
41?i
?>?>-.
lit-.
?>
I2.V
1
10?^,
49
atvj
177?;
146%
139
S5%
U7
o9
nr.
13
lt?6%
12tUi
27%
127%
!(v}%
n:>'..
9S
:<7?i
169*4
34%
99
;w4
63? <i
W^,
119%
2?%
rtS'i
635
J9?^
l'.9?i
11%
Rl
?s
171s
38%
7Px
CLOSING BOND QUOTATIONS
Amf rleah AKricaUural S.i'.'f ?.
American Tel. and Tel, cony. 1a . Wi.
American Tobacco 4s..
American Tobacco '.-s. 'iW*
Atchlson conv. 4s. ?0S?i
Atcliison conv. r.n..'. Ul'j
Atlantic Coast Line 1st *s. ?t
Rruoklyn Transit conv. !??=. 51
irrnital of Georgia <bid?. Ws
Chesapeake and Ohio t'As. 101??
Chesapeake and Ohio conv. His. W5*
Chicago. B. and Qulncy joint Is.
Chicago, B. and Qulncy 4s.
Chi.. Mi'., and St V. dob 4s tbid). P2?4
Chicago n, 1. and Par. Ry. ?fg. 1?. Sf?,
Denver and Rio Grand? ref. 5..?. :<-'
F.rie conv. 4?. scries "A" (bid). 7S!S
Erle conv. 4?, juries ?l>" ?. ~l~\
Intorborough Metro, U,is. #
Inter. Mere. Marino P.j?. {j*"?
Kansas City Southern Int "s. 71
Missouri Pacific (?. .
Missouri Pacific conv. S*..'.
XorfolK and W->torn 1st r0n. . M
Xorfoih and Western com- is. 105%
Pennsylvania conv. ?^a . 36?fc
5t. Loui? and San Kran. pen. 5s. $?*? 1
Seaboard Air T.irn? 4s, Adj ?J. e?v
Southern Pacific conv. 4%. 99
Southern Railway 5s. 1?!
Southern Railway Ken. . "'?
?. S. refunding registered. 10?
t;. F. refunding 2x. coupon.
V". S. 7*. registered.
U S 3s, coupon.
102?
II. 8. <*. reclstercd.???? 116
L'. 5. 4". coupon.
t'nlon Pacific conv. 4s. t^J
f. S. Stcol 2nd 5*. 1<?
\*Irglnla-Car. Ohcm. 5s..:. 10;
Wahash no and ext. 4.?.
"/II list year, and at Ilouoton 4,509 bales
against 3j550 last ;var.
cotton fiiturca opened easy and closed very
steady.
Open. High, Low. Close.
February . 13.S0
March .18.$5 13.50 13,95 19M
April. 13.04
May .14.04 H.07 13.91 14.40
June .13.?9 14.00 13. S3 H.06
July .14.03 11.09 13.S3 14.t<7
August .13.75 33.ss 13.65 n.;.r,;
October .12.32 12.97 U'.vt 12.04
December .I2.S5 12:$? 12.80 12.81
Spot apot cotton closed q'dct, -u points low
or; middling uplands, 11.19; middling gulf,
14.33; sales 200 bales.
Cotton, <piir-t; middling. 14.10; gross re.
:elpts. 3,643 boles; mi!.-?. 200 bales; stock,
iT.'i bales; export Coastwise^ 1,898 hairs.
Total to-day st all porta?Net receipts,
12,405 bales; export to Great Britain. 65f5
bales: to the Continent, 3,:*n balrs; stock,
iS7,77u balrs.
Consolidated at all ports?Net receipt?'.'
il.SSi bales: export to Great Britain. 33,139
bales; to France, 1.039 bales; to tho Conti
item, 47.171 bales.
Total since September 1 at all ports ?Xet i
receipts, 7,409,317 bales; export to Gr cat I
Britain, 3^475,705 hales: to France, 75715811
bales; to the Continent. 2.161,201 hates; tot
Japan, !<vj,77u bales; to Mexico, 1,623 bales.
New Orleans, ha., February 14.?Spot cot?
ton dull. lie. lower; middling, lt'ic. Sales
on the spot 260 hales and 100 to arrive. The
future market opened steady at the decline,
17?/21 points under Friday's close on the old
crop months and 12 points under the new.
In the afternoon session the market was
Kteadj <m a good demand from realising
siiorts. At 2 o'clock the list was 11 (ft113
points under Friday's close. Futures closed
steady at a net decline of 11 #16 points. Clos?
ing bids: February 14.07 nominal; March,
14.12; May. 14.27; July, 14.37: August, 13.S3;
October, 12.95; December, 12.S5.
NEW A'ORK PRODUCE MARKET.
New York. February 14.? Flour?CJuiet and
h iminally lower. Rye Flour?Steady. Buck
wheat Flour?Dull. Buckwheat?Quiet. Corn,
meal?Steady. Rye-Hull. Barley?Quiet.
Wheat?Easy; No. j !??), 95(S957ic elevator
and c f. o. b. alloat Futures closed
? sc. net lower. May. 9S->?c.': July. 07'?.r: Corn?
Steady; new, Nu. 2. 52c. f. <>. h. afloat. Futures
closed %c; net advance. May, C6?ic. Oats?
Steady. " Futures closed %@?ic. net lower.
July, 37?.
Beef?Steady. I.ard?Easy. Tallow?Quiet.
Petroleum and Rosin?Steady. Turpentine?
Firm. Molasses and Rice?Steady. Sugar?
Raw, firm; reiht ed, quiet. Coffee? Futures
'?;o."> d weak, 31 -IT: 39 points net lower. Spot,
nominal; Rio. No. 7. I? -i 1J:;c.; Santos, No. 4, 1
I2;i$vl3e, ; mild, nominal; Cordova, l3"-4 '?>:15*4c.
Butter?Steady; special, 29c.; extras, 2814c;
first". 22"g 24c.; seconds. 19<#?lc.; held, spe?
cials,'24 @ 25c.; extras. 2i'.'(i V3'ri:. ; (irst, 21#2c.;
seconds, 19^?00c; State dairy, finest. ''f'-'fje.;
do. jiood to price. 215?24c.; do. common to
fair. 17 v -'(V.; process, specials. 20V?C, Cheese?
Firm and unchanged; State, whole milks,
special, 1 17c.; do . September quality,
fancy colored. 13c; do. fancy white, M'.-.-7
15c; do. summer and fall made choice, IS*??
do. late fall, good to prime, 13<g>13',4c.;
do. winter made, beet, lO'A^lPjAc.; do. com?
mon io fair. 9?ff K't.: skims, 2J?. 12c. Bggs
Weals; fresh gathered, selected, extras. IStfjV
l!?c.: do. first, I7f. asked: do. seconds. l?'rj'.i.
16c; No. 2, Il't 1"''., do. checks, '.l'tfl'.'c: re'-'I
frlgviator, first'. 12c ; do. seconds, 100.11c;
State. Pennsylvania and nearby hennery,
white ,2fl<ft23c; do. gathered, white. I93i'22c::
do hennery, brown. 19c : gathered, brown
and mixed, 17318c. ? Western gather, white.
Potatoes?Dull and wrsk; Berm\ida, per
ban c!. V' ?>' : Maine, per hag. $;.40if 1,652
.Mate. 5l.a0<i>i.45; Long island. $1 so</2: Jer?
sey, $1.40?fl.75: all sections, Inferior. $ I ;t 1,2a;
Jerocy sweets, per barrel, J1.S09S3.R0. Cab?
bages?Firmer; Dan I oh seed, pel ton. W>?12;
domestic. Jo<? v'iO. Freights and Peanuts?
Unchanged Cottonseed Oil?Easy tinder
cheaper ?rude offerings, scattered liquidation
and short selling and in sympathy with
I weakness in cotton and lai d. Futures closed
2'?iO points net lower.
i CATTT.E MARKETS.
RICHMOND LI VF, STOCK MARKK7.
i5a!e? at PnioM Slock Vards i
Richmond. V?.. February 14, 1911.
i lVport of the live stock market, for the
; week ending February 13. 1911.
Receipts?Cattle 227 head; oalve?, ja head;
j hogs. 3.412 head.
I Be?l Hteerp r,'?'fiiic; medium to good $\z<3>
5?ie-. common to fair. 4%@5V?c ; bnM heifers,
M?c ; medium to g>ed. P'i4?5Hc.; common to
fair, \'i~..<. best cows, 4?4e.: medium to good,
! '?'?! 4t2. -. common to fair. 3#{t??c.; bulls, S*?(ft
4"jc.: eftlVGS, ??.'; 7tje.. extra, "r Cows and
calves, s:>'. :"j t",1. t?i per head. r;*nd. medium
'n-ptht hogs, v;?e . tight And heavy weight.
>'?? : extra heavy, 7*?c; shonts. Sc.: p:?r". ?MA'd*
7*ic . sows and s?ago. ?'"7:;^r . she?p. r.t-Z ^i
4'vc.. lambs, e'.i K'i.^.
.MI>r r.l.hANEOCS MARKETS,
PEANUT MARKET.
(Reportfd by Rodgf.rs. McCabe A- Ov
r*?er?hurg, vo . February 14?Peanuts.?
Spanlsl Market firm ?!? 11.22% r-^r bushel.
irginlasr-Market t\m at ??j47ic for jum
for fancy bindpickVd; r.';'r
foi machine picked; 2*?"?Zc. for shell
I la>; stock.
MARINE INTEhTJOENCE.
POPT OF RICHMOND. TEBRt AKT II, l.v.i
ARRIVED
Si*3msr R*.rk^-i?y, Slie.ily. Norfolk, msr
< ha::<?!!?<?? *nd p?ss<;ngsrs. Old Dominion ijlne
Steamer Mobjack, Grave*, Norfolk and
Jarncs River landings merchandise, and pae
t?ngf-rs. Virginia Navigation Company.
OPEN AN ACCOUNT WITH
The Union Bank
of Richmond
1107 EAST MAIN STREET.
11.00 MAKES A START. 3 PER
CENT. INTEREST.
Sic a tri er Blanche. Kurmah; Petersburg anri
Jam es KI\oi landings, merchandise and pas
ccnEfrs. Fiirnian Line.
Gaeollner, Mubcl Virginia, Matthews. Pe?
tersburg and .lames River landings, mer?
chandise and i>asscii6crs. Richmond and Pe?
tersburg Line.
SAILED.
Steamer Berkeley, shelly. Norfolk, mer?
chandise and px'ieenccr.?. Old Dominion Line.
Steamer Blanche, Hirman, Petersburg and
James River landings, merchandise and pas?
sengers. Kiirman Line.
Gascllner. Mabel Virgluia. Matthews, Pe?
tersburg and James River landings, mer
chahdlse and passengera. Richmond and Pe?
tersburg r.lne.
Schooner Alice C. Ogden, Sisnaigo, .James
River, light.
CHARTERS ISSUED
The. following charters were issued
yesterday by the State Corporation
Commission:
II. L,. Driscoll Construction Company,
Incorporated. Principal ofhec: Rich?
mond, Va. tncorporators: H. L.. Dris?
coll, prcsidont'; M. B: Van D?ren, vice
president; W. .1. McAughbry, secretary
and trenstircr?all of Richmond. Cap?
ital stock: Maximum. $2.r..000: mini?
mum, $3.000. Objects and purposes:
Construction business.
I Jefferson Building Company. Incor?
porated. Principal office: Uoanoke, Va.
' lncorporators: C. M. Armes, president;
I H. C. Klliott. vice-president: M. Sterne,
secretary and treasurer?all of Roa
inoke. Va. Capital stock: Maximum,
?.;>0.000; minimum. $10.000. Objects and
purjioses: Real estate business.
The Iiewls Company, Incorporated.
Principal office: Norfolk. Va. Tncorpo?
rators; M. C. Ferebee, president; B.
F. Lewis, vice-president; Walter Bur
dick. secretary and treasurer?all of
Norfolk. Capital stock; Maximum.
?25,000; minimum, $15;000. Objects and
purposes: Mercantile business.
Coan River Guano Company, Incor?
porated. Principal office: Lewisetta.
Va. lncorporators: A. B. Garner, pres?
ident; if. B. Chambers, vfco-pro'sident;
I Mi T. Garner, secretary and treasurer?
all of Rowisetta. Va. Cajntnl stock:
Maximum; $50.000; minimum, $?,000.
I Objects and purposes: Fish, oyster and
fertiliser business.
Brisiol Athletic Association. Incor?
porated. Principal office: Bristol, Va.
In cor porn tors; Prank Leake, presi?
dent; Gcorcc s. Bunn, vice-president;
G. C. Fnqua. secretary* and treasurer?
all of Bristol. Capital slock: Maxi?
mum. $5,000; minimum, .11.000. Objects
and purposes To conduct an athletic
associa tion.
Pope's Cree-lc Packet Company. Prin?
cipal office: Colonial Beach, Va. lncor?
porators: H. B. Owen. president,
Weenis. Va.; W. .1. Gordon, vice-presi?
dent, pope's Creek. Md.. u. n. Hoy nie.
secretary. Pope's Creek. Md. Capital
stock: Maximum. $00.000: minimum.
$10.000. Objects and purposes: Operate
a steamboat line
Providern^ Forge Packing Corpora?
tion. Principal office: Richmond. Incor
porators: W. c. Mercer, presidc-nt: C.
\V. Montgomery, vice-president: J. R.
Sheppard. secretary and treasurer?all
of Richmond, Capital stock: Maximum.
$10,000: minimum. $1,000. Oliiects and
purposes: Fish packing and fertilizer
business.
An amendment was issued to the
? harter of the Roanokc Furniture
Company (inc.), increasing; the maxi-'
in urn capital stock from $25,000 to $50,- i
00.0.
An a mend men i was lEfhicd to the !
charter of the Farinora' and Merchants'
Bank of Timb?rville (Inc.), decreasing
the capital ytock from 320,000 to $10,
000.
An amendment, was Issued to the.
charter of the Dominion Iron Works
(Inc.). of Bristol, increasing the maxi
I mum capital stock from SfiO.OOO to
$ 100,000;
I An amendment was issued to the
I ?"harter of the Crescent Box and Luni
! her Company (Inc.), of Roanoke.
I changing the location of the principal
other from Roanoke city to Roanoke 1
county; I'ost-office address, R. 1*. D.P
Roanoke, Va.
A supplemental certificate of incor- I
potation was issued to the Virginia j
Commercial and Shorthand College
(Inc.). of Lynchburg, decreasing the.
par value of the shares of stock from
$100 to $10. and creating a preferred!
stock of $5.
An amendment was issued to the
charter of the Atlantic Trust and De- j
posit Company, of Norfolk, reducing
the outstanding capital stock from
$250,000 to $125.000.
A license to dp business in Virginia
was Issued to the Rush Creek Lumber
Company (Inc.). a corporation orga?
nized and existing under the laws of
the State of New York. George W. Gll
liam, of Cambria, statutory agent.
Maximum capital authorized by char?
ter. JlO.noo. Objects and purposes:
Lumber business.
ABANDONED MOTOR BOAT
! _ j
Three Bnttlenlilp Officers Give Scare
to Kellow Officer*.
Caminera, Cuba, February, 14.?Three
officers of the battleship Minnesota,
flagship of the third division of the
United States Atlantic squadron, gave
their fellow officers something of a
scare when they failed to return last
night from an excursion in a motor
boat, which had been begun during
the day.
This afternoon the missing men
turned tip aboard the battleship Ver?
mont, ft. seems that they had aban?
doned their motor boat on the coast
and walked back overland to the sta?
tion,
In the meantime tugs and torpedo
boats had scoured the coast. In the
vicinity of Gunntanamo Bay, off which
the fleet is engaged in winter manoeu?
vres. As the mishap did not prove se?
rious, the names of the party were not
1107 Kant Main Street.
Members:
NRW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE.
XBW YORK COTTON EXCHANGE.
CHICAGO BOARD OF TRADE.
E. Li RODEN, Manager.
Paid this institution an indirect compliment some
days ago by stating to an official that he would like
to secure some of its stock. We greatly appreciated
this evidence of his confidence, and we stated to
him that the management wanted the. stock held by
those who would divert business to the Company. He
saw the point, and then stated a truth, to-wit: That
the strongest and most successful institutions are
those in which the owners ?ivc it their influence
and as far as possible their patronage.
922 East Main Street,
RICHMOND, - - - VIRGINIA. <
Capital, - - $1,000,000.00
Jf?mnefeL
jT?tflnxtaL
Capital, $1,200,000
Surplus, $600,000
DIRECTORS:
E. B. Addison,
?. L. Bcmir-3,
T. Hi Ellett,
H. Theo. Ellyson,
Geo. L. Christian,
T. A. Cary,
Carl H. Nolting,
Win, T. Reed.
1. W. Rothert,
Wni. Northrop,
T. C. Williams, Jr.,
E. C. Laird,
R. H. Lindscy,
W. P. Giinn,
Eppa Hunton, Jr.,
R. G. Renn old a,
W. M. Habliston,
Bern. P. Alsop.
B. Rand. WeTtford,
S. W. Travera,
G. Tinsley,
[no. T. Wilson,
Jas. A. Moncure.
Tnov Skckon Williams,'
* ?. Williams,
OFFICERS:
W. M. HABLISTON, President.
JNO. SKELTON WILLIAMS, Vice-President. WM. T. REED, Vice-President?
W. M. ADDISON, Cashier.
O. S. MORTON, Assistant Cashier. JOHN TYLER, Assistant Cashier.
W. H. SLAUGHTER, Assistant Cashier. J. M. BALL, Jr., Assistant Cashier.
ACCOUNTS SOLICITED.
3% Merest Paid in Savings Department
marie known. Th? Minnesota la under
command of Commander Sims.
TO RESTORE .iiHisnicnox.
W llmlnaton l.nivyerN YVniit Supreme
Court to Handle "Ullnd Tiger" Crises.
ISpeeial to The Time* Dispatch.]
Wilmington'. N. C, February 14.?
The ?'blind tiger" situation has grown
so acute In Wilmington that a meet?
ing of the bar of Wilmington was
bold this affrnoon lo discuss, the situ?
ation in respect to restoring to the
Superior Court jurisdiction over cases
of selling whiskey and the like, which
was taken away from this tribunal by
a special act of the Legislature and
vested In a recorder's court.
By a close vote, tne bar decided lo
demand stich restoration.-: at the hands
of the Legislature. It. also decided to
protest nttalnst giving the present re?
corder jurisdiction In civil suits, aa the
county's representative is advocating
before, the Legislature, and to ask that
this county ^r. formed into a special
judicial district.
i!
TO AND FROM WASHINGTON ANO BEYOND.
Loave-Richmond I Arrlvo .Richmond
?4.50 A.M. BjrdSt.Sta.
?5.20 A.M. Byrd St. Sta.
*?.42A.M. Main St. Sta.
K7.lh A.M.Bjrd8t.8U
?5.40 A.M. Bird St. SU
(9.30 A.M. Main St. St u
?12.01 nOOuMjrdNt. Sta.
ft.OOP.M.Bjrn 8t.SU,
?4.1f. P.M. Elba Station
*ft.l?P.M. Main St. Sta
?8.20 P.M. Byrd St. BUj
?7.60 A.M. BjrdSt.Sto.
31 t.2S A.M. Elba Station,
?l l.::;> A.M. Byrd Kt.Sta.
?1.18 P.M. MnlnRt.SU.
?S.4? P.M. B>rd8t.SU.
?7.25 P.M. Bjrd8t.SU.
t?.inr.M..MalnSt.SU.
fOiRJ P.M. Bvrd St.Sta.
+10.20 P.M. B> rd St. Sta.
?11.3* P.M. MalnSt.KU.
'12.on nicht HjrdSt.BU.
ACCOMMODATION TRAINS?WEEKDAYS.
Leare Bird St. Sta. iJwr.ll. for Krcicrldksbnrg,
I.eare Elba Sta. 7.60 A.B.,0.80 P. M. for Atbland.
ArrlTeBjrd St. 8U. 8.26 A.M. front Frederleksh'g. \
Arrive Elba Sta. 0.80 A.M.,6.30 P.M.from A*blst?d. {
?Daily. tWeekdays. (Sundays only. I
I Daily except Monday.
All train* to or from Byrd Street Station
{except trains leaving 4.50 a. m. aod arririog
it.50 night) atop fit Elba. Time of arrivals aod
departure! not guaranteed. Read the signs.
SOUTHERN RAILWAY
TRAINS LB AVE RICHMOND.
N. B.?Following schedule liguroe publishes
as information and net guaranteed:
j 6:i0 A. M-?Daily? Local for Chat lotto, Dur?
harn and Rnlk'gh. 10:45 A. M.?Dally?Limit- '
od? fur ail points Sooth. Drawing Room
ilutfot Sleeping Car to Memphis via Asha
vtlle aod Chattanooga. 8:00 P. m.-Ki. Sun
Local for Durham and Intermediate stations.
6:00 Pi M.?Ex. Sun.?Keysvllle Local. H:tf
P. M.?Dally?Limited?For all point* South.
Pullman ready y.iQ p. ]?.
TORK RIVER UN'S.
4:30 P. M.?Ex. Sun -To West Pt.. connect?
ing for Baltimore Men., Wed. and Frl. S:03 ]
A. M.?Ex. Sun. and 2:15 P. M.-Moa., Wed.
and Frl.?Local to Weat Point.
TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND.
From tho South: 6:50 A. M . S:4fi P. 14.,
dally; 8:40 A. M., Ex. Sun.; 12:85 Ex. Sun.;
?:00 P. M., daily. From, Weat Po4nt: 9:30 A.
M., Daily; 11:85 A. M , Wed. and FrL; 4:24
P. M.. Ex. Sun.
S. E. BURGESS. D. P. A.,
Bio E. Mala St. 'Phon? M&dlaon 456.
Chesapeake & Ohio Railway
?:00 A. 1 I?Ji:y? V**l w Aim 10 Old Pot&t,
? :00 P. \ Nswport ;.okj and Nwrtolk.
7:40 A.?Dally. Local to Newport Naws.
8:00 P.?Dally. Local te Old. Point.
2:W P. t Dally?Lou lav ui a ?od Cincinnati
U:W> P. < Pullman*.
*:<A P.?Dally. "St. Louts-CM-n Special."
Pullmans
1:80 A.?Daiiy?Cb&rlattasvlUa. Week days
?Hinten.
6:15 P.?Week day*. Local te Oordonsvllle*
10:00 A.?Dolly. 1,'burg, Lex., C. Forgo.
6:15 v.? W f.cK daya. To Lynchburg.
TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND.
Local from East-8:a? A. 7:M P. U.
Through from East? 11:85 A. M., l:6s P. M.
Local from West??8:8? a. H . 8:W A. M.,
t:20 P. M.
Tkrough?7:00 A. M . 3:46 P. U,
James River Ida??'3:35 A_ M.. 6:18 P. M.
Norfolk and Western Railway
O.VLY ALL HAIL LINK TO NORFOLK.
Schedule in Effect January 10, imi.
Ijravn Byrd Street fltntioa. Richmond. FOR
NORFOLK: 'Sew A. M... '3:00 t. iL. ?4:10 P.
M.
FOR I.y.NCirdURd AND THE WEST:
?C16 A. M.. *9:(-0 A. M.. ?3:09 P. M., ?8:H
P. M.
Arrlv? R|rlir.,<ind fr.im Norfolk: ?11:40 A.,
M.. ?6:PG P. M.. ?11:30 P. M. From the W?jBt:
?6:60 A. M., n2:00 P. M.. bJ:15 P. M.. ?:06 P.
M.. ?9:00 P. M.
?Dally. aDaily. ex. Sunday. bSunda; onl7
Pullman, Parlor and Sleeping Car*, C*U
Dining Care. C. H. BOSLET.
W. B. BEVILL. D. r. A., Richmond. Va.
O. P. A.. Roanokft. Vt_
EFFECTIVE JANUARY V, xtil.
TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND DAILT.
For Florida and South: l:te A. M.. 8:15 A.
M. and 7:?? P. M. ?:0:?0 P. M.
For Norfolk: 8:00 A. M.? 3:00 P. M-. 4:11
P. M.
For N. & W. Ry. West: 6:15 A M., 2:00 A,
M., 8:00 P. M. and S>:20 P- M.
For Petersburg: 1:00 A. M., f.:l5 A. M.. 8:U
A M., f:00 A. M., li:10 P. M.. 3:00 P. M.,
4:10 P. M.. ?:06 P. M.. 7:35 P. M., 9:20 P. M.,
U:45 P. M.
Fo. u&ldpb.->ro and Fayettevlile: ?4:10 P. iL
Trains arrive Richmond daily: 4:40 A. M.
6:10 A it., 6:10 A. M.. J7:05 A. M., 'iiK A. M..
??10.45 A. M., 11:40 A. M.. ?2:? P. M., "2:15
P M., 6:W P. M., 6:f^ P. M., S:00 P. M.. 9:00
P. M., 11:30 P. M.
?Except Sunday. tExcept Monday. ??Stia
I day only.
Time of arrival and departure and concec
cons not guaranteed.
C. P- CAMPBB5LL. D. P. A
Richmond and Petersburg Eiecltic R?ilwaj
C?rs leave Mabcbeste'r, seveot.v and Perrj
Streets, for Petereburg:
?6, 7. 8, '9. 10. 11. "Li A. M., 1. ?. '3, 4. 6.
?*b:\h. ?6. 7, 8, *9. 10 P. M.
11:00 P. M. for Chester. 12:00 midnight for
Petersburg.
Cars leave Petersburg, foot of Sycamore
Street, for Manchester:
?15-15, 6:35. ??7:1?; ?7:.V. 8:35. 1?:35, ?10:35, H:3.i
A. M., 12:35. ?1:35. 2:85. 3:35. ?4:35. 6:85. 8:81
?7:35. 8:35. 9:35. ?10:40. 11:40 P. M.
tl>aily except Sunday and hoildaya.
?Carries baggaB?? and express.
"Limited, except Sundays and holidays.
Ah car* from Petersburg connect with cars1
for Richmond. __
SEABOARD AIR LENE.
Southbound trains icheduled to leave Rich?
mond daily: 9:10 A. M.?Local to Norllna.
1:20 P. M.?Sleepers and coaches. Atlanta,
Birmingham, Savannah. JaokF.onville and
Florida point*. 8.12 P. M.?Florida Lim?
ited. da:l.v. except Sunday. U:8SJP. M.?Sleep?
ers and coftchea, Sivnnnah, Jacksonville, At?
lant?. Birmingham and Memphis. North?
bound train* itchedulert to arrive Richmond
daily: 6:32 A. M.. 9:26 A. M? ?xeept Monday.
6:05 P. M.. 6:46 P. M-_
RICUHONO A7fX> CHESAPEAKE BAH
RAILWAY COMPANY.
Achedul? of olftctrlo trains to and from
Ashland, stopping at intermediate stations
upon signal: I.v. Richmond (Broad and
Lsnirel fits.): 6:061:, ?7:10. 8:10h. 8:10b. ??lOtl?,
U:10 A. M.; 1:10, 2:10. 3:10. 4:10b, 6:10, 6:20,
7:10. 8:10b, 10:10. 31:46 P. M. Lv. Ashland:
?6:65, ?:00b. 8. 6b, 10, ??11 A- M.? *U M., Vt
8, 8. 4. 6b. 6. 7. 8. 9b. 11 V. M.
?Dally exc?pt Bunday. "Sunday oa)r*
I bCarrlcs boggag*.
Established in 1865, this bank has enjoyed an un?
interrupted existence of more than forty-five years,
during which period it has been a prime factor in the
steady growth of Richmond. Its record of faithful
service is evidence that: its affairs are conducted in
such a manner as to merit and hold the confidence
and loyalty of its customers. To-day we carefully
guard every interest of our depositors and render the
best possible service in every branch of banking.
Your account will be appreciated.
of Richmond, Va.
No. 1104 East Main Street.
BROAD STREET BANK
303 EAST BROAD STREET.
Temporary loc.at.io>4 during construction cf new banking house.
Capital .... $200,000
Surplus and undivided Profits . $ 110,000
W. M. Habliston, Pres.; J. W. Rothcrt, Vtcr-Prcv; Tno. G. Walker, 2d Vicc
Prcs.; Andrew Mi Glover, Cashier.
PERSONAL AND BUSINESS ACCOUNTS SOLICITED.
With assets of over SI,700,000, every inducement consistent with good
barking is offered to its customers. 3 per cenL allowed in Savings Depart?
ment. Bank is open till 8 o'clock Saturday evenings.
FACTS. FIGURES, VERIFIED.
Systematizing, Auditing, Accounting
CHARLES F. HUDNALL,
Phone Monroe 431. 1113 E. Main St, 'Richmond, Va.
Incorporated 1832.
The Virginia Fire & Marine
Insurance Company
OF RICHMOND, VIRGINIA.
January 1, 1911.
Assets.-.$1,590,315.55
Capital.~.~._ 250,000.00
Net Surplus._ 577,288.33
Surplus to Policy-holders_ 827,288.33
WM. H. PALMER, President. W. H. MCCARTHY, Secretary.
E. R. ADDISON, Vice-president. OSCAR D. PITTS, Treas,
DIRECTORS.
WM. II PALMER D. O. DAVIS, f. JORDAN LEAK Fl.
E. B. ADDISON, N. W. BOWL, W. IL PALMER, Jr.
Lv, Norfolk: *S:?.E and ?11 A. M., ?9 P. M-.
for Eastern Carolina and the Kout.li.
Lp. Raleigh: ?6:15 A. M., t3 and ?9:15 P. M.,
for Eastern Carolina and Norfolk.
Pullman Sleeping Cars between Norfolk.
Ra.leish and Goldsooro.
'Daily. 1 Daily Ex. f=un.
C. D. LEGRANDE, G. A.. Am-.rieaji National
Rank, 'Phono Monroe Richmond.
W. VT. CROXTOX. G. P. A.. Norfolk. Va.
THE CORONATION
of their Majesties.
King George and Queen Mary
of Great Britain, Westminster Abbey,
June 22d. Make reservations now through
SAM'L H, BOWMAN, Southern Passen
ger Agent Representing ALL Transatlan?
tic Steamship Lines, office 70S East Main
Street, Richmond, Va.
OLD DOMINION LINE
Ev. Richmond foot of Ann 8L da1ly.7:00 P. M.
Leave Nawport News.....6:00 A.M.
Arrive Norfolk .....6:00 A.M.
Connects with main lino steamers leaving
Norfolk for Now York dally except Sunday
7:00 P. M. Conn' j? also made by N. &
W. Ry. 3 P. M- and C. * O. Ry. tt i P. M.
Night Tin? steamors atop at CJareroont to
land or receive passengers on signal.
VlJUiUNIA NAVIGATION CO.-Jamea Elver
by daylight for Norfolk. Ola Point, Now.
port News and all .Tamea Rivor landlpss.
Steamer leaves Monday, Wednesday And
Friday at 7:00 A. M. Freight received for
aji James River landings,
Main Ticket Office. KM K. Main Arrest.
Marchants and Miners Transportation Co
Norfala. to Boston, Mass., ?cd
Providence. It f. '
Ktciraeri leave Norfolk for Boston, 3un^
Tues.- and Frl.; for Providence Mon.,
Wed. and Sat. at t P. M. Pastelgern and
freight taken for all New England points.
Ticket? on sale at office C. & O. Ry.. N. A
W. Ry., S. II. Bowman, 70S East Main, as*
Richmond Transfer Co.. M* East Mela, -
The Officers of the
American
National Bank
Of Richmond, Virginia
Give their personal attention
to every department, insur?
ing perfect.
Safety and Service
Start an account with us
and follow the tide of pro?
gress and prosperity.
3% Compound Interest on
Savings Accounts
There is nothing in safe banking
we cannot perform. Try .us.
Commonwealth Bank
The Confederate MnsQum
*WKUTTH AND CLAY \ STREETS
OPEN A. M. TO K P. iL
ADJflS?ION JBc, FREE} ON ?ATtTRD/.TA, .

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