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New York
Stock Market
N>w York, February 16.?Missouri
JPaciflc won the dominant factor in
'Speculation on ihr- Stock Exchange to
?Jay. After a day of feverish specula
tlon in t)i" stock, during which it ad?
vanced nearly (our points, and then
jiil back almost as much, came the
Announcement thai George .1. Gould
rwduld relinquish the presidency and
il i representatives of the Kuhn. L?beb
tStahdard Oil and German Inn rests
Vvould enter the board at the annual
jhccttng next month. Mr. Gould's state?
ment that no contest for control of
the road was in progress, was ac?
cepted sis indicating that an amicable
settlement had Pe n reached; There is
the host authority tor the statement
thai to day's developments math tho
beginning of a movement which has
for its purpose the ultimate severance
oi the Gould family from active man
prrrnnni oj' the various railroad prop?
c riles with which it Has so long been
.Missouri Pacific's swift ris?o r?n heavy
dealings soon after th>' opening ttn
nettled thr general market. The list
gre w steadier, however, on tho ronc
?tiop in Missouri Pad tie. and romaJried
. lose to last hight') level until tho mtd
r.f the session, Missouri Pacific Itself
rfrll off nearly a point on announce?
ment of Mr. Gc .ln's coming retirement,
and closed with only a fractional net
ftain.
passage of the Canadian reciprocity
Snoaniirn by the House of Representa?
tives had little brf< ct in view of the
overshadowing interest in Missouri
Pacific, as was shown by diverse move
???tents of stocks affected by it. inter
hatlonal Paper, preferred, declined still
further. Hill storks were Iii good de
' mand, and Fnitcd State? Rubber ad?
vanced fharply.
A belter tone in tb-- pig iron market
rwas reported from Pittsburg to-day.
together with an advance In price of
certain steel specifications, and ono of
the subsidiaries of the United States
T.t*el Corporations reported orders .for
r.'..oea tons of rails in the past week:
V'hile expectations of betterment In
the general industrial situation con?
tinue to be borne oiit in this direction,
outward evidences of improvement
elsewhere are less patent. From Fall
River came th^ announcement that
tome of tho cotton mills there would
h placed on a four-day schedule this
week. Exports of merchandise last
?week were more than $4,000,000 below
trose of the previous period.
Trading in the bond market was ir?
regular. Total sales, par value. S3,
ftfifi.OOO. United States ?? registered
.advanced 1-2. and the coupons 1-4 on
<? ;J1. Total Shies of storks for the day.
?52,500 shares.
N'ftr York, February 16.?Money on
<-!.! steady, 2 S-Sfi,1! 1-5 per eenr.: rul?
ing rate. 2 closing bid. L'.'.-s, of?
fered et 2 "1-2; Time loans stronger;
Sixty nays. per rent;; ami ninety days,
3(ft-3 1-4; six months, 2 l-2tff 3 .1-4. Prime
mercantile paper, i to 4 1-2 per cent.
Sterling exchange easy, with actual
business in bankers' bills, at $4.8350fi'fi
$4 '."f. for sixty-day bills, and at
$4.S<120 for demand. Commercial bills.
,S4.S2 S-4@$4.83 1-4. Bar silver. 51 FirSi
Mexican dollars, 45,
, RICHMOND STOCK MAItRRT.
By Richard W. Maury.
Fto.-'t; :;r;rt Bond Broker, 1015 P.'. Main St.
Richmond. Vn.. February 16; 1MB
BABES AT nOABD.
Virginia Zh Old?BOW it :c.
Virginia Railway anri Power Co, Tis?BOOH at
"it
Vjrpmn Railway and Power Co. pfd ?:> ?>.
f3; D at S^i
STATE SECURITIES. Bid. Asked.
">vitnrieti. 2-3. C. and R., \V)\. S7tf ST1,;
RAILROAD BONDS
A. C B. R- n. Con. Tr. 4 p. r. <>t
C: arid O. R; arid A; Gen'l M, 4>?e... 10"
C-.f.,r^la Pacific 1ft ?s, C. t. 314
licorsfR, Pott, and Fla , IMS. 1?* ...
On. and Ala. Con. J-b. l?t?. IfH
Norfolk and Western Ry, 4s, l?:-6..
S.-aboard Air Bine 4s. IP50. vr
f-'m'jV.oard Adj. r p. r. bonrifl. 1t>4!>.... T* ...
Southern Railway 1st Pt,. 1P.M. 107
?VVe.-tom N. C. l?t 6?. C. 1914. 10,".
street Rai Lava y bondh.
Ye Ry. and Power Co. 5s, !034.... C'1li M,
STREET UV. STOCKS. Far.
Va. Ry. and Power Co. pfd.100 ?1 ?2
Vs. Ry. and Power Co. com.... 100 3Pi 35
RAILROAD STOCKS. Far. .
Atlantic Coast Lino com.KO I'SSV* ...
^.?hesapeake arid Ohio.px> 85?? ...
iNorfol kM:d Wostf-rn com.100 Kati? ...
Southern Railway preferred_!00 *'<?'<
Southern Railway coni.100 2\ ...
BAXK AND TRUST CO. STOCKS.
LArriericari National.100 ig:: 1*7
33anl< ?'f Cohwnereie and Trust:.iti? 12(1
l'\rt-t National.KO ;:10
Rational Bank 0t Virginia.LOO lit: 1?!
f^iit'.or.al Stute and City BatiV:..l?l 1T?">
{Planters National.pXt 675
ffiavlnge Bank of Rlohrriori.l. 25 ?34 ...
jl?rilon Barili of Richmond. r?0-?'(. ...
N'irclnta Trust Company.W 110
MISCEBBA NE?Vj'S."
A s -Car. Che.rri*. rf3. *S p. c."".i>i l?Vi V??
f\'a.-Car. Cht-ta. Co. ct>m."00 fc. ..:
a?t?tlonr for Interest-paylns bonos urc. at
price, to whli h Interest nniet be added,
omt bonds jiui ccriiiuates i>7 Indebtedness
i OTTON MAUKKTS.
' Nits' Ter'k. K'-brmirv I r.. ? Cotton rjulpttj
X1"-S<id 11ns.. 14 Co. jjrop* receipt?, i.MS bales;
'ialci. 1*0 hales; : etO' k; JSft.415 hales; export
$o the Continent, ij.l'OO bales; Coarstwise, 1,^37
M)t :
Tr.tnl to-day at ad pnrts-*Net ?'?:<fdpt?, ?. ?
IT? balrs; rxpei-t to '.!reaj Biltnlh, II.*s.
jbnlea; to Fr.mi-.-, S,?.t\3 iiali*: tii ' he Conti
^??pt, i; A*:, t-?;-1 ?>v ; to .litpun. h762 bales. s?to:k,
TeV'.eVi hntcf.
Cpnsolt'i.ited at all ports?.Vet receipts. 1?.
bales rjpf'rt to Orcat Ilrltatn, 17,321
.tader; to France. !<.t'17 bales; to the Conti
Xi-nT. *! ?-? hole*; to .Inpan, l.*f'- half*.
ratal slhr.f ptember i at ?11 ports?Net
receipts, 7.1?:,113 tnlos; ijxpnrt to OreH.t
-flirittitri. L.rIcs; to Krhnce. 7?n.r-:i
/tr^f" 'r the 1 V'ptitieht ? 17J>V" bales; to
jjanf"n ?'???.?..r.:: bales; <fj Me.vleb ? ??.:*, bn I es!
v.r.- Biiyerii und pellen? apart Middling
?JunctiatiHed at H:i-r. Sa'.rs ion the flpot Ut
tinh't nTt* ir>< to arrive futures ripened bare?
ly, steadj ut a decline *. ?? .'? point?. The
fr"r:ark"t held It- barely steady tone (or torn.
^Siiof- after the. opehintt, and tin- truditiS
ptctiths *.vere put ift6 points under yrstet
Viavs ctofiij.. At tlte >;nd o< th< first Hal:
J eer of trading pi ??* wen ttnehhtisi'd to i
pofhl down ronip'ar'ed ?v.ih eesU-rrfaVs elosi
5 a the afternoon fi;tix:on tb? inarkct wa.
/?? rand the old cfop month? broke ?.;?-. j<
tu turps
ritonrcr, m \nr. rri
ia'ry :r>.--riour?r>utl nr.
Hye r,r,ir ;ir.d ftVe-Thjl
r. rrw ll arid Harle;.
-QuVet Wheat-Weal
??>vao-.- and '!?<-. t o
? ? ? - . a I.', hs'wsr. M a
? ridard
v?Quiet I'c
St^hdy. nire
itawi fir mi
? iosrd firm
Thomas Branch & Co.
(EBlapltil t-A im .?
MEMS R?i
flew York Stork Exchange
New York Cotton F.xchange
Private Wires to
Principal Markets
Official Range and Sale of Stocks in New York.
THOMAS BRANCH & CO.. Bankers and Brokers.
CO.. Bankers and Brokers.
SALdSS.
r>vt Allls-Chnl mom . ?Ve
Allls-Chalmere. pfd.
7,400 Amalgamated Copper ... 65%
Airier. Agrl. Chpm,, com. 51 Vi
l,S*? Am er. Boot Sugar, corn.. 44%
100 American Can . 0%
l.OOO Xrncrlcari Can. pfd. Sl%
1,000 A trier ?'.?r and Foundry. 66
Amcr Car and Pouri., pfd ...
S00 American Cotton OH. f&Mi
American Llrisecd Oil.
tw> American Locomotive ... 41tv
Amer. Locomotive', pfd.
A met-. Malt Co.. pfd.
1 S00 American Smelting . 79%
American Sugar .
1.0GO Amer. Tel. and Tel. Co... HSVi
10 Atrterlcan Tobacco* com. 45ft
POO American Tobacco, pfd.. W
320 Anaconda Copper
1,100 Atchltton .
Atlantic Coast Uric.
A. C. B. of Connecticut..
200 Baltimore and Ohio. . !'? 1 ;
2,100 Brooklyn Rapid Transit. 7.*%
100 Central Leather, com_ 33
1.600 Ctnadian Pacific . -V-'>
riip^pp.ikf arid <">bk? ... FS%
PY? Chicago Or eat Western, 23%
and St. Paul. . t;:--.,
Steel Cor., com 13? ?.
Stool, pfd . *0V*
and Northwest. IIS
Fuel and fron, sr,
S,S 0 Chi . Mil.
370 Criiclble
6C0 < Iruclhlc
I PC! Chicago
tro Colorado
625 Colorado n "rl Southern.
V.000 Consolidated Oas. x l%%
100 Dclawnro and Hudson.
2;T00 Ben. and Kio nran., com.
600 Den. and Rio Gran., pfd..
105 Distillers' Sec. Cor.
lP.sea BHe.
2.4Q0 Brie. 1st pfd.
200 Bed. Mtn.. and Sm . pfd..
300 General Electric .
7,f4?0 Oreat Nbrrherh, pfd.
300 Great Northern Ore ctfs
Cd%
81%
iV*.
59%
'?12%
'71'fi
?im.j
42?
n>;% JOd'i
]0T>'
212%
12$%
H
S1V
KS
I ?Vi
ni'v
84%
on* a
129%
rat*
143%
IB',
73%
SC%
32%
f*%
f.4
ifittji
t^esi
?Vl7s
m
14 V.
?V>t
UM
691}
ii%
l irVH
43.0
96
:!'.>%
io ?
21?%
x.v;
23 vif
l?7%
13%
S0li
II.'
34 V,
p7> ,
H2i?
17BC,
jt;.,
i i.
SB,
fV>Vj
'-" 'i
1*1%
129>fc
62?
Bid Asked.
7% s?
32% 53
?V> (VA?
raw
siva
m
44 V5
9%
SI "
li6v?
12
tin,
lfO
n*Vi
i 15%
432
ft".
:.-.?.-;
i..;i~
122%
MS,"
Ida;
TS1*:
317i
?l2?4
ft-.'i
23%
I27?j
139*
Sl?
1 17'-.
31%
S7VJ
it-",
17a
ml
<2'4
3fU
32V
fy)'<
?P 5
IS-Vi
129'.
i
I1S74?
:>nr.
12%
42
lit
3iJ
79 \U
120
J l?H
431
96%
to
106-14
123%
233
32%
??vi-.
2SP*.
128 "
It
s:i,
MS".
3f.
f?7%
143 "
171
84??
GALES.
200 Illinois Central . 18?
3,300 tntorboro-Mot. 20
l.SCO Interboro-Met.. pfd. 51%
Int. Mer. Marino, com.
400 International Bupor .... 70%
2.200 Int. Paper, pfd. 43
200 Kan. City South., com.. 34%
3, W Lchigh Valley . IB1.2
poo Louisville and Naehvlllo 146^i
Manhnttan _.
.^oa Mo., Kan. and Texas...j 30
Mo.. Kan. arid Tex., pfd. ...
i".roo Missouri Ba<-iilc . tw;
iai Nnti?ri.al Lead . f'73i
^iiyi New York Central. 1)8
N V., Orit. and \V es torn B-1?
PW Norfolk nnil Western... tf>v%
rK.li>i Northern Pacific . 1X%
lee Raclflc Mall .
4,900 pdnrisylybrila . 127%
r>cn people's Gas . . 100??
Tiie Pressed Steel Car.
Pressed Stool Car, pfd.. ..
i-r.o r>v. Steel Spring, com-.37',
43.30-1 Readlnp. ir.**-"?i
r>.">, Republic Iron and Steel
400 Republic 1 and S. pfd.. SO
\.:/'< Rock Island . "2*1
toi> Bock Island, pfd. *>4 :
Sloss-Slieffield .
:;.4<vi Southern Pacific . W\
1.300 Soul hern Railway . rssi
fiOO South?rn Railway, pfd. <?v<;
3a Standard on . 63f>?i
1.40? Tenncss?ee Copper _ ?.
4.200 Texas Pacific .. . -*ofc?
?6,100 Union Pacific . Br^;
'..mil T'nlted States Rttbbcr... <1H
13.3^0 Bntto,i States Steel. S<>T
Open. High. l^w.
jgng United Stales Steel, pfd B>"i
32U P00ATa:-Car. Chemical . r?7U
? ?'?'i Va.-Cnr. Chemical, pfd.. .-.
1'fO Wa bash . iru
K.100 Wabashj pf I.'. 3<;'li
I20"t 200 Western Union . 74'4
R?i Total sales for day. SOS,
1303-,
f>oV??
10%
34*'?
177?i
1-1?(,
36>4j
<S
r.TS
ii3>-i
43^,
tOO?i
1251J
mi
128
107
3?
art-;
lr.or.^
35
R4
' iron
291 -
05??
SSV4
30
IT*? 7,
4-fs
SlVi
lir?i4
lB.i
7iv,
1f?i ahar
13*
!?.>'?
64>S
4r?a
34*4
14?^i
?s??
o>'1-j
f.7%
It'-V**
43
I5!rt?i
?XY<
)2T>i
106VS
f.11 g
34%
Vi
32-Vsj
llOV4i
2?
r9?4
ioii
II
lTV^
371,
74V,
Closing.
Hid. A?kod.
iX lSii^j
30 30t;
fdt,4 W?i
6 6%
Ji"6 -i
4X
34%
1..%
14?%
139
:??-a
07
699?
?>I
nss-%
4.3H
I ?*
177".
127M
9S
30Ri
ir.p*?
3Pr
Wit,
32*i
ftS
110%
3S
G35
37 Tn
?vi
t7?.tv,
42%
80%
iis%
16%
371 i
r4%
l?0?i
p".1v4
er.
tir>%
vs%
at
BIO
r;i?%
m?vi
?7ti
37ti
.41.
CLOSING BOND QUOTATIONS
American Aprteiiltiiral 5s. . .. jfCH
American Tel. and Tel. conv. 4s. io:*;
American Tobacco *y.
American Tobacco fir.. 10?
Alcliiaon conv. in (hid). lOSVj
AtclHson c?->nv. ."s. RQ '
Atlantic Const Line 1st 4a. ??? '?'*'>
i B'rooklvn Transit conv. -If. RMJ
Central or Gr or fein !>s (btdi. \<>~'-;
('.hpv'tpoakn arid Ohio . tOUi
[.Chesapeake and Ohio conv. **,fca.
tChieaKO. B. ;md Qu'lhcy Joint <h.
ChicaBO. B. and Quincy gen. 4s. !?7\s
?f'hl. Mi!, and 8t. P. deb. 4* 'bidV. ???'? j
Chicago. R. I. nml r-jc Rv. Pfg. 4?. S?',
Denver nnd Rio Grande ref. fl?. !>";
Fiele conv. ts, sti'-icp "A". "s^i
En? oon--. 4s, series "H". ",7<
Into.rbor?liRti Metro, ??^s. . 7!?
I Int?r. M^rc. Marine *\?t> (bid*.
rcnnans City Southern 1st .":< <bid>.
; Mf'somt Pacific 4h. 's
Missouri Pacific 'onv. 5?. 0?
Norfolk and H'/icrn tri con. Is. S3
Norfolk and Westorn conv 4s. I05*j
Pennsylvania, ooiiv. Tv-.k (Mb??. Wl:
St. bouis arid San Fran. pen. 6a. *7',t I
Peabonrd Air Bin? Ad.i t>.?. **U
Southern Pacific conv. 4? . W
Southern Railway r>s>. 1WT?
Southern Hallway gr>n. t* .
r\ S. refunding: rcxistpred.IfllU
f. p. refunding :s. coupon. I Ol Vi
f. ?. if, replstcrod.
U P. Ts. coupon. l0-s*
tr. P. i*. rettlhtered. Rfi
t". P. (r.. i onpon.t. Its
Union Pncirtr conv. <e. 10??,?
V. P. P<*rl ?nd Ss. 105 Vi
Vlrglnla-Onr; Chcrn. hn. 101 *i
Wabash 1st and ext. <s. 65V5 |
(it a net saln of from r.r.<rr ?>? points. Spot,
(steadier; Rio. No. 7. K!>ic: Pantos. No. t.
13<rf 13?/4o.; mlid, nominal; Cordova. M*J Itiajcl
Huttcr?Steady; creamery held, specials. 2l*s
';?."><-. Cheese?S.tcad> and unchanged. I'sss?
Barely steady: ref i b;ert. tor seconds Ho. I'o
l?tods?Weak; .loraoy, per Was, ^l.S5(]f_1.7n.
CubbaseH?Steady and unchanged. Freights
and Peanuts?Unchanged. Cottonseed Oil?
Genera My low it under eelHr.^ against cheap?
er crude, sca.ttcrcd liquidation, short fellioc
rind In sympathy with woakriess In cotton,
futures closed 508 points net lower.
CHICAGO GRAIN MARKET.
Chicago, February 15.?Wheat to-day ntrtdc
a new low record for the ^<-ii^on. Antl-op
lion and reciprocity were two bugaboos. Tho
close was *lCfll,ic. under Irisl night. Other
^rnin ruffero? severely, corn finishing at a
net decline of ;j;fSr , and oats off V'i'S'.
?o 'i <t ????. I-itest Males, of r;og products
I varied ftont ?*,?is. cheaper tri a .".<. advance.
Tlie leading futures ranged r.s follows:
Open.
WHEAT?
May . M?i
J.?ly . V
?tr.pt . :<"'??
:CORN?
' May . 43?;
i July . W?i
1 Sept. .'.1
OATS?
May . 31?i
Sept. SP.
MKS.- P?RK?Per bbl.
May .17.70
.Inly .17.10
UA It D?Per 10a M>s
Muv . 3. BO
.Inly . !>.<3
Sept.<m:>
SHORT RIRS-Per 100
May .9.50
July . 3 30
Sept.3.30
Receipts? Wheat, :;:i.7<Y> biish*ls; turn. 770,
000 bushels; onts. t-A'.Ou bushels. Shlprriorits
--Wheat, 14,106 bushels; corn. iMS.SOO bushels;
pa te, 331 MO bushel^
liish. JxtW. Close.
i3>; is", tMi
n1?t t3t;, V.tl
:>f. 7.o?I rv)|;
a? .fi*; rti*i,
Xl-i 31?j "I'V
: illla 31 3Fn
17;S0 17. W 17.60
*1T.3? 16 37 17.02
!*.V: 3.40 MS
9.42 3.7?? !>.3S
3.17 'XX, 3..Vi
Pis.
9.M 3,W 0.4;.
t>.S0 9. CO !*.32
CATTLE HARRIOTS
Kien MONI? Id VE STOCK MARKET.
(Stiles .it Union Stork Yards.)
Richmond. Va . February 14. 13".I.
Ropott of the live, stock market iov tlli>|
week ending February 13, 1311.
Receipts?Cattle, 2.7 head; calves, SO head;
hogs, 3.452 head.
Fest steers, n?fr,t-c.; medium to good; ~>\i'if>
-ommon to fair. !'? u -,i fit, ?.. best heifers,
5*i'<t.; medium to good, ,v; ?h 5Hc,: common to
fair. t-jTic.; best cows. 4-*-ic; medium to good.
; ?. I1,-.-'-: common to fair. S@3?;e;; trails. 3*i(3
<!,Sc,; calves. fi?I?'.??;: extra. Sr.; Cows and
calves. $?-"??"< 65.<>0 per head. Rood, medium
weight hogs. S'ic.; light cud heavy weight,
s.- ; extra heavy. 7*,r\; sbonts. Sc.; pigs; 7V? t
7\c.; sows arid stags. Ty il^c.; sheep.
4He.; lambs, &Ht&6*?c;
Chicago, 111.. February 15.? Cattle?Receipts
16,000 head. Market steady. Reeves; S*><j}6.S0;
Texas steers, Sl.iOtiif 5.10; NVestern steers. Si.40
? "-.CO: striclcers and feeders, 53.75ffG.r,5; cow?
and heifers. $ ;.fiO'o ,", 70; calves. $7@S.<5. Moss
--Receipts 24.009 head. Market 101? 15c. i>igh
er; light, 57.!'.'n 7. Cj; mixed, 16.W? 7.'>".; heavy.
':<?? <'>-'i 7.-">. rough; i>':<f>'ij. fi.'Si good to choice
heavy, $4.f?<fs 7.23; pigs. 17.25 ff 7.CO: hulk of
sale}.. $7.i0''ft 7.35 Shoep-r-Recclpts "0,f>00 head.
Market ueak. Native. VJ. 7.".-i l.<*/e wcsterti.
}",75<a t.r'0; yeiii llhgs, $t.fi05i r..r?0; native lamb?.
ii / f : western, J4.7.V'?* ?.CV
.MISC EI I.A N Et?US MAR K F. I S.
J'RAXrv MARKET.
(Reported by Kodgers, McCtibe t o. )
I'el ennurg. Va.. February lV?Peanut?.- ?
Spanish?Market firm nt $l,22t.?. per bushel.
Vlrginihs?Mnrltet firm nt i@A\\<:, for Jum
I bris; ."%'u *",r, for fancy handplckcd; ;.,,Ti)
Slafi, :<>r machine plrkod; '?! 3c. for shell
\ i:-;; iif?chi
M.MIINK INTKt.iA0F^N(? K.
I'f'IlT OF !LI?1I.\I?)M>. FEnUUAH'T l?. iQlh
A KK1V10I)
KH'ajhoi Brandon; Harne}", Norfolk, ihor?
ch:indl*o ; and pas.?enif?,rs, Old Dominion Line.
fstcamcr Ulrtnclxi, Ktinnaii Pnterabtiri; and
.f.'.n-n nivfii I? n?iusK iricrohhndilia and pti?1
srr-Kert.. Kur man l.in?.
Oaso)ln?r, Mattel Virginia; Matthews, !'??
lo'fhnu and .1 limes itivor landings. pVer
rtiamlis? -iMri piitfsctignrs, Hlehthoud jr.d Jv
ioisbnri; Line,
Tun Standard Oil Company No. i:\ Burk.
Baltimore, hzrjr-. <u oil, standard uil Co.
SAM.KTV
1 Strainer Brandon, llnrn^y. Norfolk. mer?
fhandlkr and paps^'nEe.**, <>id Dominion Lino
! Stt? tiier Mob jack'; Graves, Norfolk ami
? .tames Kl vi landings, merchandise and pas.
:er^i>. Virginia Navigation Company.
I Sit-amri I'l.i:; !.?:. l'urrnan. retris<b?irg and
Janus KP-i liudin^r. n?.-r-?vindlre and pin
I fengrrs. Furman L!ri?
' i ilfif-r; Mab? Virginia, Matths?-?. P?
jersbiirn ,-.r.d .tamps Itlver JandtO??. nier?
i t-liandU? .in.*. pa>s*rig?*'ra, Rtchmohti and p?
j t er Abu 11: Line.
? Tu? Standard Oil Company No. II, Purl;.
I Baiiunore, ell baiso.
CHARTERS ISSUED
i't'narterE wer- grant'?'! h> ir? 3t?tp
Corporatt?n Conimlsalori yostf-rday ns
follow s
Cedar Mill Cem?M*?n <'<-mpari,y, in.
torpofated; principal otti--,-., Colonia I
Bpa'r.h rn,',r>rv,rf' t <".rs Manon,
n.rosldoht, Cokmi.il Beach' .1. Ford Tay
lor. vlrifl prM?ld?int, WnPhlnKtop, l> <
W ); Taylor, sscroiary and Ire-ninjrkv
'.v.i'-binp'Mr. D C. Capital sdocl? Max
imum. ?f-,ft00; minimum. $500 ppjeet?
OBEN K.l ACCOUNT WIT!.'
The Union Bank
of Richmond
110" KAFT MAIN' STREBT.
H.OO MAKKfi A ST A BT. 3 PER
CENT, INTEREST
Iii. . -
and purposes: Maintain n cemetery foi
the burial i>f tin' (load;
Mereereau-I-Iawkins Tie Company,
Incorporated; principal ofllce. Staun
ton. Incor:porat ors: M. \Y. Merccroau;
President; 13. K. Mereercnu; vice-pres?
ident; .!. M. Hawkins, treasurer; ,1. B.
Bin,I;, secretary?a ll of Statin ton; Va
Capital stock: Maximum, $100,000; min?
imum, $50,000, Objects arid purposes:
Tip iind ltmiber business.
KAvass ?- Gross Company, Tricor
porated; principal ofhre. Boanoke. Vn.]
Bicorpora tors: Harry Gross, president,
Pbctihohtas, Ya.: .t. T, Kwass, secretary
mid treasurer, Boanoke: .1. A. Peters,!
Boanoke. Capital stock: Maximum.
$5,000; minimum. S3,onn. Oh.iccts and
purposes: Lin dor and tobacco bus?
iness.
An amcridmenl was issued to tiie
charter of the American Box Company.
Incorporated; of Lynehburg. Iriereaslrig
the capital stock from $10,000 to ?jae,.
000.
A license to do business in trie State
was Issued t.' W. G. Cornell Company,
a corporation organized and existing
under tin. laws of the State of New
York. Kcuben Coulbounie, i>;' Rleh
mond statutory agent. Maximum cap?
ital authorized by charter. $50,000. Ob?
jects and purposes: Plumb.ng and con?
tracting business.
A license to do business in the State
i was issued to the "l nree State Bealtv
' Company, a corporation organized and
existing under the laws of the State
of N'ow York. William Northrop, of
Blebntond. statutory npent. Maximum
capital nttthorlzed by charter. $100,000.
I Objects and purposes: Real ctsate,
I building and mercantile business.
I A license to do business in the State
I was issued to the Rhode Tslarid I ii
I stirance Company, a corporation or
! ganixed and existing under tin* laws
i of the State of Khorte' Island A. B
j Pleasants. of Richmond, statutory
I agent' Maximum capital authorized
i by ?harter. $?00,000. Objects and pur
I poses; Piro Insurtince business.
HOSPITAL HUT
COMMITS SOIC
tSpeci 11 to The Timea-TMspatch.]
Wllllhmsburg. \'n.. February 15.??
Henry Throekmorton, aged forty-two
years, a patient in the Eastern State
Hospital, committed suicide last night
at iihout :* o'clock by hanging. Throck
mortoh, who win? admitted front Meck?
lenburg county lean than a year ago.
suffering with suicidal mania, had de?
veloped ttihereuioais, and was cpnlinod
in tin* tuhcrcular camp at the Institu?
tion. The attendant in charge was
called to another part of the building
to attend a patient who wan in a lit.
when Throcktnortdn wont into Die bath?
room, hastily tied a towel about his
neck, and. attaching it to the wall,
fwiing himself across the bathtub with
.-. it'h force as to break his neck. When
he w.ir found a few minutes later life
was extinct.
Coroner George A. Han kins and a
j jury Investigated the suicide and ren?
dered a verdict completely exonerating
j the attendant iri charge and the oflt
cers fiiini any blame or contributory ]
negligence
This Is the ilrsl suicide nt the ICasterh
State Hospital in a number of months.
i.vmuhi rtfj ( Omi'amus i'i.m:o.
Charged With Violation of Chilli niirt
Womnn l.nbor i.\> m.
I Spei I I to The Times-'Dispai.ch;l
Ilyiichburg. Va.. February 15.?In the
i Police Court t" dnyi Crariclock-Tcrry
Company ami Ohl Dominion tlox Com
! pany were (Inert $25 each and costs
on the charge of working a child in
(their respective factories under fbhr
i teen years of age, and the .1 II. Bell
Company and the 11 arris- \Vbodsoh
jiCbrnpan.y were fiuerl $5 each on ih.
reh.irgr: of working women longer than
[ ten bourn a day. The One?-- in each of
; tlie cases were rhr minimum fixed by
i the State statute The eifiSf'S \vfr?
[the I'CMllI of investigations mad" hv
A gen t v Clinertinr.t, at <he .state | ,nhor
Department.
EXPRESS IM<KAHI> 5TOI.WN,
Soullifrn n?llv>n> orr-i?">?. el Fadfin Kn~
((?red l?y Thlci t*ii
j sv.t ci', i inThf Tlnvey-DlsnafcH 1
far;:., Va . February 15.--The -?oiith
erh IIa li way .-?fb'-" a I tins einer w,?
r'.irv.-'i by ihlcves some iirric during:
lap') high? rind robbed of fevetal valu?
able- ?? \\n'< pac,katjes. Nothing else
apppars to hnvei hoch tampcrfd with
There is no clue I lie rohfoors.
WASHINGTON \NJ1 VP;t'.
Al.l'M.M TO Gl VF. OAA'aUKT
' poclnl to The Tlmos-iMjpatch l
Washington V). <". February 15.?
The Washington and l.*>e Alumni Aaso
? elation of the rit\ <>f Washington will
. ply- Its annual banquet at the.Hotel
I lottch to-morrow even In?
< Tbts year the dinner will bp given
Iin honor of <he l/>e m*m"orla,l com?
mittee rhlib committee, hau in ohar?o
the raising of a fund of 51 noo.noo. tor
a memorial at Lexington, Va., to Gen- i
era! Robert K. l^c, who was president
of ;h< university at the time of his
death. Charles Francis A darns, a mem?
ber of tl committee, though not an
alumnus, will be the RUest of honor.
Tim speakers v. ill he C. F. Adams;
"President Lae. of Washington ami
Lee"; Dr. Denny, ''Washington and
].<?(?". Miles Polnrtextcr. "The t.'niver
slty and the Alumni," and .lames Hay,
"College Days," .lames Luther Sin yd en
will be toast master. P. II. Mod.
Poultry ShoTT nt Itonnokc.
[Special to The Times-Dispatch. I
Boanoke, Va? Frbrusry 13.?Kon-,
noke's first annual poultry show was j
opened here t ?-day under the auspices
of the Roaribke Poultry and Pet Stock
Association. Birds from every city
and town in the State arc on exhibi?
tion here, Including Bedford City, Rich?
mond, Lynchbilrg and Tazowell. Be?
sides the exhibits from the cities and
towns, every county in Southwest Vir-,
pinla is represented.
Richmond and PetersburgEleclric Rail v/a)
Cais leave Manchester, tieveni* and P?rr?
Streets, tor Petersburg:
??. 7. s. ?3. is, it. a. m.. t. :. *a, 4. &,
?*i:4n. '6. 7. S. 'S. lo P. M.
ll:O? I?. m. for Chester. :::09 n^dntttbt for
pel ors burs. <
. Cars leave Petersburg, tool or Sycamore
Street; tor Manchester:
15:15. 8:35. ?17:1?, ?7:35. S':35, 3:35. ?10:35. 11:35
A. M.. 12:35. *Uii. 1:3:.. 3:70. M:35. 6:35. 6:33
?7:35, K:3i. 'J.rj, ?10:40. 11:40 P. M.
tDalty except Sunday and ho'.idayj.
?Carries baKMite and express.
??Limped, except Sundajn *nd holidays.
All cars from Petersburg connect with ear?
for Blchmond.
LS Norfolk: ?8:85 and ?11 A. M.. *? P. M.,
for Eastern Carolina and tho South.
Lv llaleiKh: ?5:15 A. M., t?. and ?3:13 P. M ,
for Eastern Carolina and Norfolk.
Pullman Sieepinc. Curs between Norfolk,
lialelffh and Goldsbbro
-Daily. fDaily Et. Sun
C. D. LEORANPE. <;. A.. American National
Bank. 'Phorir Monroe :537. Richmond.
w. v,-. CROXTON, g. P. A., Norfolk. Va.
1107 Frist Main Strrrt.
Members:
xrw york STOCK K?.'CIt axoe.
.new YORK COTTON e.v< iia Sil e.
Chicago noAitn of trade.
B T. BODEN. Manager.
_V '_
ANNOUNCEMENT
This Bank will occupy its permanent quar?
ters at the corner of Ninth and Main (Mutual
Building) on and after to-day. We have refitted
this office with up-to-date furniture and fixtures
so as to afford every convenience and comfort to
our customers.
With ample resources, complete facilities,
convenient location, a desire to serve the public
in every possible way consistent with sound banking,
We solicit the accounts of Individuals, Firms and
Corporations. We act as Executor, Guardian,
Trustee, Registrar of Stocks and Bonds, Notes, etc.
BANK of COMMERCE and TRUSTS
&aUioau&.
southern railway
TKAINft LriAVK RICHMOND.
N. B.? Following schedule ft gurr*) published
as Information nnd not guaranteed:
?:M A. M.~ Dally?I?rnl for Charlotto, Dur?
ham and Ha!ei|(h- 10:ti A. M. ?Dally?Ltmlt
ed?For all points South. Drawing iloom
Wurfot SlevpiiiK Car to Memphl? vi? Albe
villa mil Chattanooga. J:00 P. M. ?Bs. Kun ?
Local lor Durham and intermediate ?lauon?.
S.00 1'. M. ? Ex. Bun.? KcyivUlo Eocal. ltiii
P. M ?Dally- Elmtted?For all poiuta South.
Pullman ready 9:30 I', u.
TOBK RIVER 1JNE.
4:S0 V. M-? Ex. Sun -To Wcet connect
I Ing for Baltimore Won.. Wed. nnd FrL. R:0i
j A. M.?Ex. Suu. and :.li P. M.?M&n., Wed.
and FrL?Eocal to West Point.
TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND,
i From tho Mouth: 1:50 a. M.. '-.-.ti F. M..
dally; S:<o A. U., Ex. bun.; 12:5b Ex. otic;
I ?:C0 P. M.. dally. From West Point: ?;S'J A_
! M.. Dally; 11:SS a- Mi, Wed. and Frl.; l.U
P. m.. Ei. Gun.
b\ E. BURGESS. D. P. A..
Slfl E. Main St 'Phuno Maillion 4M.
Atlantic Coast Line
EFFECTIVE JAN?ART ?. iSll.
TRAINS EE a VK RICHMOND It AI ET.
For Florida und South: 1:0$ A. M.. 8:1? A.
! M. and 7:2S P. M. V0:30 P. m.
> For Norfolk: 3:00 A. M , 3:00 P. M , 4:1?
; p. m.
I For N. & W. Ry. WeM: 6:15 A M.i 1:09 A.
I M., E:fO r. M. and 9:20 P. M.
I For l'otrraburg: i;00 a. M., 6.If A. M-. f.LJ
A. M? ?:0o a. M.. 12:10 P. -V. . 3:0v P. M..
4:10 p. Mi, ?;05 P. M.. 7:25 P. M.. 3:10 P. M..
U:ti P. M.
Fo. Ootdsboro and Fayattevllte: M:t9 p. st.
I Trains arriv.- Richmond dally; ?.40 a. M .
6:tp a. Mi, h:?0 a. M., r':C? a. M.. ?.S:.?7 A M .
"10:10 a. M:j 11:40 a. M.i *2-M P. M., *'2:15
j P. M., 6:fv P. M . S^i P. M.. S:00 P. M., 3:00
! P. Mi, 11:30 P. M.
I 'Except Sunday. IExcept Monday. "Sun
I day only.
I Time of ?rrl\el nnd d*pa.rture and connec?
tions not guaranteed.
C. P. CAMPHKLK D, p A
rO4JV0 A7i0Af WASHINGTON AND BEYOND.
Loavo Richmond
i **..V) A.M. RyraSt.Sta.
I ??.SO A.M. Dyr* St.Sta.
1 *5.*2 A.M. Main St. Sta.
i '7.15 A.M.llyrdSt.Sla.
, 'b.10 A.M. Uvrd St. Ma.
^O.HO A.M. Main 8t. Sta.
. ?12.01 hood nj rd St. tSta.
1 14.00 P.M. Djrd St. Sta.
tfi.l? P.M. Klhu Station.
?0.1? P.M. Main St. Sta.
?3.80 P. K. PyrdSt. Sta.
ACCOMMODATION TRAINS - WEEKDAYS,
i T.eare Rjro SU Sta. 1.30 P. M. for r're drrltksharsr.
Ieare Klba Sta. 7.50 A. M.,K.:50 V. M. for Aiblattd.
' Arrlre Brrd St.Sta.8.25 A.M. from Frederick*!, sr.
ArrUeKlhaSta.C.31) A.M.,6.30 P.M.from Aildnnd.
?Daily. iWeexdaya. {Sundays only.
V Daily except rrlonday.
; All trains to or from Byrd Street Station
(except trains leaving 4.50 a. m and arriving
is.50 night) atop at Elba. Time of arrivals and
departures not guaranteed. Read the aigoa.
bK.VUWAKD A?rT.l*VK. ~
Southbound trains scheduled to leave Rich?
mond daily: 3:10 A. 51.?Eora.1 to Norlina.
1:C0 P. M.?Eleopera and coaches, Atlanta.
I Birmingham, Savannah, Jacksonville and
j Florida polnti. *:12 P. M.?Florida Lim ?
; ited. daily, except Sunday. 11:3^1 P. M.?iileey
era and coaches, Savannah, Jacksonville, At
I lanta. Birmingham and Memphis. North
I bound train* scheduled m arrive Richmond
I dally: 6:32 A. M . 0:16 A M.. except Monday.
j?:Ci P. M.. l,:4C P. V
' ItiCllilONh ; AND. OHISSAPKAKB M?V
RAILWAY COMPANY.
Schedule of eU-c'.rlc trains to aod from
Ashland, stopping a: lnterm-dlete -tattoca
upon signal: I.v. Richmond fBrosd and
I.9tir?l Sts.)! 6.One. *7:]0. S:l0b. B:l0b. ?-lOMO.
U:1C A. M.; 1:10. :.10. :t:lf>. <:'.0b. 6:10, R:I0.
7:10. 8.10b. 1010. 11:45 P. M. Bv. Ashland:
?6:fi>. *:COb. S. 8b. 10. "ll A. M? ?13 M.. ??!.
2. 2. 4. 6b. 6. 7. S, 5b. 11 P. M
?Dally except Sunday. "Sundnv only.
t>C:?rrl?s bnirgaze.
Arrlvo Rloutuond
?7.50 A.M. llrrdSt.SU.
M1.25 A.M. Kin:. Slatloti.
?fll~?f> A.M. P?rd SUSU.
?1.12 r.M. Stain St. Kta.
'2.45 P.M. njrdSl.Sto.
?7.25 P.M. ?\r<JKt.Sta.
tS.lOP.M.MalnKl.Sta.
'11.10 P.M. Bjrd St.Sta.
+10.20 P.M. Byrd St. Sta,
?11.25 P.M. Main St. Sta.
?12.50nicht RyrdSt.Sta.
THE VIRGINIA TRUST COMPANY, by reason of
its perpetual charter, extends assurance thai when
named as executor, no matter how large the estate, it
will economically and efficiently attend to all trans?
actions from the beginning to the end of the executor
ship.
Perhaps the reader of these lines has already made
a will nod named an individual his Executor and
Trustee. If .so that person may and perhaps will die
before the trust is at an end. The expense of two
administrations is heavy.
Peimit us to suggest thai you add a codicil and
name this company your executor and t rustee.
922 East Main Street,
RICHMOND, - - - ? - VIRGINIA.
Cash Capital, - $1,000,000.00
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. Fts 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 locatio1' "uririg construction of new banking house
Capital - - - $200,000
Surplus and undivided Profits - $110,000
W, M. Ha hi is ton Pres.; J. W. Rothen., Vice-Preis.; lno. G Walker, -d \";cj
Pics.; Andrew M Glover, Cashier.
PERSONAL AND BUSINESS ACCOUNTS SOLICITED.
With assets of over 51,700,000, every inducement consistent with goci
hanking i; offered to its customers; 3 per cent, allowed in Savings Depart?
ment Bank is open till 3 o'clock Saturday evenings
! Chesapeake & Ohio Railway
j ?:oo a. j l"\!'.j?* mi traisa i? old *J?i%v,
i ?:G0 P, <,.S?*pori .Nftwa aoU .Norfolk.
7:40 A.?Dfc?>. lx>ca. to .Nu*vi>ort :-.???.
j ?:v0 p.?Dully. Local to ?id Polnu
; i.i-i P. j Dally?Louisr wie and UlncsonaU
j 21 :W P. ? Pullmans.
t ? P.?Daily. "St. Louta-CV---> Epecl*!."
Pulitnane.
? ?.10 A.?Dauy?CbarlatUrvlU*. Week day*
?HI a ton.
i t:15 P.--Week dayi. Local to Ocrdo.nvlllo.
! 10:00 Ai?Dally. L'burg, I.ox., C. Sots:
i S:li P.?v> eck ua>?. To Lyocbaurj.
TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND.
\ Local from E*|l-^:35 A. M . 7:13 P. VS.
1 Through from ? 11:3? A. tf., *:^> P. iL
, Local trout West?*S:3? a. U., 9:W A. M ,
t:14 P. M.
Through-7:to A. M . 2:4* P. W
James River Lln?~'8:30 a. M . S:ll P. la.
Norfolk and Western Railway
ONLY ALI. RAIL LINK TO NORFOLK.
Schedule In Effect January 10. Ml.
Ajeave Byrd Street Matioo, Klclimoou. FOR
.XJKPOLK: '9:00 A. M.. *3.C0 t\ JJ., M:14J P.
a3.
FOR LYN'CHYUKO A2iT> THE 'TEST:
?C:1R A. M., ?3:C-0 A. M., ??:M P. M.. '?:M
P. M
Arrive Richmond fr'sm Norfolk: ? llMr? A.
M., *S:26 P. M.. ?Xl:30 P- M. Prom the West:
?5:?0 A. M.. ?2:00 P. M.. bll-.la P. 15.. 6:0i P.
M.. P. M.
?Daily a Dully, ex. Sunday. lr.St:nna> only.
Pullman.. Parlor and Sleeping Car*. C*J*
Dining Oars. C. If. BOSLET.
W. 13. BKVILL. D. P. A.. Richmond. Va.
O. P. A.. R-oar.oke. Va_
OLD DOMINICWN LINE
I,v. Richmond foot of Aab Bt. daily.7:M P. M.
Lenve NawDort Newa.5:00 .V- M.
Arrive Norfolk .6:00 a. M.
Connectn with main line ateamcrs leasing
Norfolk for New York dally exrept Sunday
7:00 P. M. i ? :.i ? ii nlao made by N. <fc
W. Ry. 3 P. M. and C. & O. Ry. r.t 4 P. M.
Night Lino steamers ptop at Claremont to
Jand or receive passengers on signal.
VLKliLMA NAVIGATION CO.- James Fiver
by daylight foi Norfolk. Old Point, New.
port News and all James RIvor landings.
Steamer leaves Monday. WcrfjjcBday and
Krlday at 7i00 A. M". Freight received for
e>'i Jarno? River landing)),
j Main Ticket Office. 82i ?. Main Street.
THE COR0NAtlOtSfT
of lheir Majesties.
King Goorrje and Qtieen Mary
of Grpat Britain, Westminster Abbey.
}?nc'22d, a fahr, rosei vat tons now through
SAM-L Hi BOWMAN, Southern Passen?
ger Agent Representing ALL Transatlan?
tic Steamship Lines, office 70S East Main
Street. Richmond, Va.
We arc: just as attentive in oiir
dealings with the small customer
as with lHr* large one.
Commonwealth Bank
National Bank of Virginia
Capital, - 51,200,000
Surplus, ? $ 600,000
Accounts solicited
Ninth and Main Streets
E. A.Barber, Jr.. <;. P. A. Phone 3321
E. A. BARBER & CO.,
ACCOUNT1 KG, AUDITING,
O RG A XIZIX f). SYST EM ATIZiXG
215 Mutual Building.
Richmond. Va.
u? Rouhp Tri^ ppow ftt? To??
Twin RfTff??? ?? "llrrnudlan." ."?AH?'*ai?fv m|i#w-.
Wednesday, lo n
n?trrhrci?. electric fun* -fclreleea ?stepipm
riurii!?t- new??i and only Steaoier tandina oassenstr? w
ihr doc* In Berroud?
. WEST INDIES
Nerr S. S- ? Guinna" Kalis Feb. Uith. \v.\
other :-tearnrrs fortnl?htly for .St. Thoma?,
St. Croix. ft. Kitts Antigua. Guada.loup*.
'Dorrdnh'a. Martinique. St. Lucia, nsrbadoe?
and Demcrara. For I Must rated pamphlet*
app|y to A. K. OUTERBRIDGE * CO.. Gon l
Ajrt*.. Quebec S. S. Cn-, lad., S3 Broadway.
>'civ York,
or Samuel H. Ilntrntan, Tffi East Main Street,
or nny (irkot aprnt. or Quebec 8. S. Co.,
tad., Quebec.
TdF\ T T tCa d ?0 EUROPE; ORIENT,
%J %J SX 53? around the WORLD
FIRST-CLASS ON I j Vi Prosrama FREE. A>?
Automobile Tours, escorted and private t3CI
year).
f>E POTTER TOURS, ?2 Broadway. Y.
EUROPE Tf,g ORIENT
30 finf tours. 32.:V upward. Frequent sailings.
IIth Anntiiil Orient Cruise, Feb. 1. 1?12, by 5.
S Arabic; "1 days, all expenses, ? 100 and up?
ward. Round ihr, World Tours, 1911; 51,559,
and up.
Prnnk r. Clark. Times Building. NtftW. Torjc.
S. II. Bowman. Tffi E. Main St.. Richmond.
GIBRALTAR
vAtXl&RS VILLEFRANCH?*GEN0A*
NAPLES /??EXANPRIAl
Ait.A CARTE SERVICE,
?WITHOUT. CH ARCS
FEB. 18^
MAR. tli
NCWYOR?. BOSTON, CHICAGO, MINNtlPQLIS. l?HIUOClPHU, ?T tO??.v
oak ratNtisco. tooohto, MOHTse?f and 'VinHiPCG oa LOC?t *6cnt8

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