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New York
Stock Market
New York, March 14.?The stock
market awoko to-day from its Ions
period of inactivity, and under tha
inspiring Influence of an aggressive
bull movement, prices advanced almost
buoyantly. The movement was broad?
er and more active than for some time
past. Buying orders apparently c&tnu
from quarters which are popularly as?
sociated with sonic of the most impor?
tant factors in financial affairs, and
there was some revival also of invest?
ment demand. Most of .the buying
seemed to be for the long account, al?
though ns the <!.. v.ore oh there were
increasing symptoms of distress among
traders on the short side who were
forced to cover extensively at constant
Jy advancing figure?. The ease -With
which prices- were marked up and ? ?c
contraction and supply of loAnabl??
stocks apparently bore ojtt the assump?
tion that the market had been over
told. Demand slackened In the after?
noon, rind thb market became 00 ?
paratively dull. Prices eased oft .fH.n:.?T
what toward the c ?s?
pr?nt-taking but soon; ri
the greater part ,r
werfe maintained, adviyrt ?
ter known :s> -:es r.tnginp
one to two points. The
re.5
and
?c >ins
oct
'. rbni
pral influences wid
the market. Ferhn
tinl bullish factor
foreign tirade repot
:r helpful to
,. n:osr potcn
Uobruary
-- was given
t?i the value
largest total
ritry. imports
.eeri expected
suit of possi
;,oTCvf:-. w'ai ! 11 T.tly large to add
?x'terxsively * ? Ami - '??an credits abroad.
T-'he in iift'ert-? -\.:h which the mar?
ket ?.???st--- ? -Mved word of trie
z ..., .sicm upholding the
--.., An- encouraged bullish
: -r ? --? lltiops in the money
r ?.:'r.r: - - - i to f av or flotation of
new car': ihd the readiness with
which - new issues were jib
s'b!rSed - furthe! impetus to the
The :- ? : stocks, which of late have
lagged ? r.d were active and strong
United States 5:ee! was in
stead: Jemand at higher prices, and
Amalgamated Copper made its b?s't
r:.:':. ;i many days,
; ? er shares established goc>c gains.
- - i-'iit-: for the copper group being
ernent? : by flotation ef the Amai
sated's bond issue tb take over the
---'Jing agency of several copper com
? Jr.Us. Traders bough: the stocks on
?J theory that elimination of the
rpmrniision wotil i enhance ire profits
r.f the producers! American Tobacco
--a- especially strong, both the bond?
itid preferred stock improving in tjriee.
while commOn stock continued the
rapid advance which hap made it a
feature of the curb market recently.
Anno.:- 'emeht that the Minneapolis.
St. Paiii and Sault Sie. Marie road was
to float new issues of common and pre?
ferred sto-rk was followed by a break
of two points in the common, although
it rallied subsequently. Canadian Pa?
cific again made a new high record.
Plttsburg reported another advance '
in the price of tin plate. Some grades
of pig iron also arc being held for
higher rates.
The bond market was firm. Total
sales, par value, ,000. United
States os and 4s declined 1-4 on call.
Total sales of stocks to-day were
40S,600 shares.
New York. March 14.?Money on call
steady; 1' i-SQ'S 1-2 per cent.; ruling
rate. 2 1-?: closing h!d. 2 3-S: offered
at 2 1-2. Time money steady; sixty
days. 2 six months, .1 1-4 per cent.
Prime mercantile paper. 1^4 1-2 per
qent Sterling exchange steady, with
rlotual business in bankers* bills at
S4.^::7.-.'d ?4.st for sixty-day bills, and
at $4iS61."i fe,;- demand. Commercial
bills, 54.Sit.-???? J4.?4. Bar silver, r.H 1-S.
Mexican dollars. 45.
RICrOIOND STOCK MARKTCT.
By Richard W. Maury
Btock and Band Broker, 1015 F.. "Main Street,
Richmond. Va , March 14, l&ll.
^TATU SECURITIES. Hid.
Virginia 3s. Old. <\ nnd R . 1512_ <$
Vn, Centuries; 2-5, C; and jft., 1991.1 ir,
CITY SECURITIES.
Riehl City 4s, ('. and R.. lWS-:3t3.. 97
h;A ILROAD BONDS.
A. C. I. R. R. Con. Trust. 4s.
? ' and O. R. and Jb. -OenT M. 4U?..
Heor^ta. Sou. a.nd . r?4? .
?"?a. ar.d Fla. ft., fit Mtc. Sa. 1K5..
Georgia and Ala. Coii.'Cs.;19JB.
Norfolk and West. Ry. 4m, 1936_
Ni>f. ar.d West. Ry. if, poca. 4?..
S< aboard Air bine 4s, 19JO.
Seaboard Ad.'t. 5S 1949.
fjotith'erh Railway :st et-, i99i.i
R. Dey and G. M, 4s. If-'."...
\V Etern N'. C. 1st 6s C. 1914_.
STREET RAILWAY BONDS.
?v?r. arid Ports. Trac. Co 5s!, 1936.. .??-.
\'a F:v. :lr.d Power Co. Ss, 1931_ 92 ?,'>?
STREET itY; STOCKS. Par.
? By, and Power Co. pfd.109 S31.'. ^4
v.i rty and Po'v'cr Co. com..:.,i00 4/"
S'ot, ?nd Port.- ]r.v. Co. pfd_100 77K
Noh and Ports Trac. Co. com..100 oS " ...
RAILROAD STOCKS rar.
Atlantic Coast Line, com.
Chesapeake ,mrt t >hlo.To
ri- trgla ar.d Florida ptd.100 jo ft
' ?:.?!;< and Florida com..100 12 13
Norfolk and V\'cs'f;in com.1W
94
101
1W
?1
10t
107
103
no
Hitaboaid Air hiii
Beabt.ard Alf !.;:;<
Htiiboair! Cn, tit
K'i?bohi d <' i 2d
SiOUtliefl) V.;:'.. .% :?;
K?ut.befn Railway,
BANK AND TR
-A rnt : Natiriri
Bruajl Street.
l: ot Comiib: ?
l-'ifSI National. .
N'.ii.oni: Rank j
Na' iona'. 8t?te ai
Pfd
(100
161
60
120
Bt
?4:S ...
6714 ...
Virginia Trust Company.
IN S13 R A NCR COM PA N 11; .-?.
Vlrdr.la l-'ite 6>,rj Ma tine.
M i.?;CEKl.ANEOUS.
American Tobacco pfd r ;.. i.JlOO ItO
Aniet. Locn. Co. pfd. . . . ' p-s
Amtr. Tob. Co. i p. c. bonds./ .'!? i~,
Arjier. Tob. <"., 6 p. c. bcriciS;!! ;<,?
Vic-Car. ehem. pfd s p. c_ i(H yXU
Va.-car. Chethi Co. com.u., ",*;./ 1
\'a.-Cer. Chcm. 1st M'^rt. 's, ;v:; . joji,^ "?'
Quotations for inierett p^.jit.p bonds are
*! a price i0 which Interest must be added
Income bonds and certificate* cf Indebted:
boss are flat.
COTTON MARK El S
New York, juaicb H--The cotton market
showed s, litth firmness around -Ik- openlhtf
to-df.y. hi:' worktrd Off gradually \irid*r re!
uejyed f.-illnc to, Hoiiihcfn nccount and a
I'.ttb- presMirf from room traders; which
bUt the marke.i Hnally barely steady with
i .' ire? riet imcliai'iged tr> C points lower. Thf
-_
Thomas Branch & Co.
(Established 1 828.)
MEMBERS
New York Stock Exchange
?rivatr; Wires to
Principal Markets
Official Range and Sale of Stocks in New York,
SALES.
By THOMAS BRANCH & CO., Bankers and Brokers.
Bid. Asked. SALES,
Open. High. Low. Closing.
AHts-Chalmcrs.
D00 Allls-Chalrivers, pfd.
9.&00 Amalgamated Topper ...
lilOO Am. Apr. Chem-, com ?
5,300 Amen Beet sugar, com..
200 American Can .
>00 American Can, pfd.
Airier. Car aria Foundry.
Am. Cai arid Found., pfd.
fAJ American Cotton Oil ?
100 American Linseed Oil...
500 American Locomotive ..
Amor. Locomotive, pfd..
Amor. Malt Cx. pfd.
[ <. ? Amoi lean Smelting
31?
??%
44%
53
;<>??
u
S*?t
. 75
noo American Sugar .
3,000 Ariier. Tel. and Tel. Co.. 145
. American Tobacco, com.. tv>
2,000 American Tobacco, pfd.. 00
100 Anaconda Copper .
si.'oo Atchlson . ior*?
? Atlantic Coast Line. lSOYI
;?: a. c. L of Conn.?25
l.tVO Baltimore and Ohio.lvVS
Brooklyn Rapid Transit, tp-t
? 00 Central Leather, com- 2?*?
S,t30 Canadian Pacific . 2;.^?
5|C0 Chesapeake ana Ohio.
400 Chicago Great Western, It
9,003: Chi.-. Mil. an vi St. Pa ill . ia
315 Crucible Steel Cor., com. l."v}
1SS Crucible Steel, pfd .
3,650 Chi. ;-nd Northwestern.. 142^
1.1W Colorado Foe! and Iron. S.v?4
Colorado and Southern.
liWO Consolidated via* . ltiH
^Delaware arid Hudson.. 167
KO Denv. and Rio Gr'de, com
De?v. and Rio Gr'de. pfd. -??
1,0? Distillers' Sc,-. Cor.
5,ON Erie. 25?
NO Erie, 1st pfd. 4*Vi
Fed. Min. and Sm... pfd.
?0 o.en. Electric .l^Vi
6,50} Great Northern. pfd. 125
KM Great Northern Ore Otfs. 60
64?4
W?5
4S^
stH
F3
"tVV,
TS*,
US
144*4
4S5
] <>??
lOJ-H
ia>i
2^
v:\
ilS
ss
it:
127
a**
31H
63?.
mi
sin
77>
ivn*
1?
450
P3
io;-N3
LV'.,
105H
771?,
si?S
Sip*
21
lit
Sl*i
H2U
111
so?i
149%
125
60
30?i
Wtf ei?;
4fA?
SU-.,
t>3%
112
?vi
p.
K>
ltt?
siu
76^.
R7->
146? a
-kn:
10>>S
1:1*4
106
6BU
4:*i
10
sis;
m%
my,
eoi'j
12*?
40
110
33
US
14KU
4*6 *
llOU
i
lOSft
230
Open.
11
SA2 1.300 Illinois Centra; ........
S3 745 Intcrboro-Mot.
2,700 Interboro-Met., pfd. .
Int. Mer. Marine, com.
000 International Paper .
21i0 Internat. Paper, pfd...
2.400 Kansas City So., com.
7,200 Lchlgh Valloy .
1.700 Louisville and Nashville, 144%
200 Manhattan .
1,900 Mo.. Kan. and Texas
SCO Mo.. Kan. and Tex., pfd.,
7,500 Bissourl Pacific . 66
-PV National Lead . 53%
3.900 New York Central.100?*
1,100 N. Y.. Out. and Western, 41
10%
m
172
3.1W Norfolk and Western...
S.900 Northern Pticltlc .
COO Paclilc Mall .
f>,:oa Pennsylvania .
1,200 People's Gas .
700 Pressed Steel Car.
Pressed Steel Car. pfd..
160
122%
106
33
IS;
-P.v
122>i
13H
SP?
S3 73
\m
70
29%
4Svj
A*
ISO
LS-'-,
00-.
Bid. Asked.
Closing.
134H 135
lS?i 1?
MY* 62%
4% &
10,4 11 ,
k M
147, 146
188% 140
33-yA a\
?77 M
h>M; R'y Steel Spring, com.
.":;s 73,vW Brad lag .165%, 1NM> ICR?
C>00 Republic Iron and Steel. 32W 33?<j 32^
2lC?i 100 Bep?blic S. and 1., pfd.. 9?^ ???b
S3 1,^00 Rock Island . 20% 3'.?\, '20?
1? Kock Island, pfd. f-0 M M
l.'-v. 100 Sloss-ShclTicld . 54 &i W
IS^S 8.100 Soittherri Pacific . m\\ R7? il*?
SlHi 1,200 Southern Ktillwav . 'XS<j 27 26V
145t; 400 Southern Railway, pfd.. if> ?V.
23-% 26 Standard Oil .G25 029 G25
iv f^i Tennessee Copper . SS*fe 30 3S
it! 300 Tex is Pacific . 23,4 2S*a -l^1
16S 40.700 Ui.ion Pacific . 173Vj :7fr?* 173a
ri,&M United states Rubber.... 4Hfe 43?4 <1!
72 00.500 United States Steel. 77?.4 78Va 77?
3*',j 1,400 Cnlte.l States Steel, pfd. HSVj Hi>Ti US!
2i??j 6.S00 Va.-Car. Chcriiicril . to'.z t>' 67'
4S?i Va.-Car. Chemical, pfd.
6.J?4 4<? Wabash . lVVa 17=? IP
lbOit, 3.600 Wabash. pfd . 3S*a 39i* CvS'
127 i?) Western Union . 73 73u 73
C^Vi Total sales for day. 422.700 sltares.
CLOSING BOND QUOTATIONS
.ICS
. s5
. 107*1
.IM
.110
. MT4
. St
Central of Georgia Js iMcF. IP*
Chesapeake and Ohio <?i*. 101
Chc'aape?ke ir.c Ohi.> conv, 4ir?. WS
Chtcagoi B. arid Qiilney ;oint 4?. SSTi
ITliicaco, B. and YOulncy geh. 4s. ?T-t
;:::.?SC Mil. and St. P. <ia>. 4s tbiti)... s:
.'."?.rricin Te' sr.d Tel. conv.
American Tobacco *s.
American Tcbacco fs.
Xtchliop conv. 4s.4..
Atchison conv. fs.
Xtiaritlc Coast Llr.e 1st 4.?.
Brookiya Trar.si: conv,
Chicago, It. I. and Pac. Ry. rfF. 4s (bldi SS*i |
Erie conv. 1?. series "A" lhld>. 7.".
Erie conv. 45. ^.rlc? , B" tbid>. TO
Intorborough Metro. i?as. ~>l~
Inter. Merc. Marine l^s. 6.".'s
Kansas City southern 1st Ss (bid). 7;;:;
Louisville and Nash. l*n. 4s. ti&U
Missouri Pacific Is. 7S *
Missouri Pacific conv. 5s ibid?. P5?i
Nor. and West. 1st con. 4s ibid). t'S
Norfolk a:;d Wrsrcrn conv. Is. Wi
Pcririsylvariia conv. 3W>s (1915).
Seaboard Air Line Adj. is. 75>i
Southern Pacific conv. 4a. P7*?
Southern Railway fifl. 107*?
Southern Railway gen. 4a. 7S5J
U. S. refunding L's, registered. 101V?
U. S. refunding 2s. coupon. 101'<
I". P. 3s. registered. IOC1.;
Vi S. 3s. coupon. 10IU
V. s. is. registered. H5?i
l". ?. 4s. coupon. 11B?,4
Colon Pacific conv. is. lOI'.j
U. S. Steel L'nd 5s. 10i>.?
Vlrglnla-Car. Chem. 5s (bldi. 101??
Wahash 1st an? ext. 4s. 7K?
c;;:-.!r.g was steady at an advance of 33"S
points ar.d with one or two exceptions
proved tb be the highest level of *.:-.? day.
This advance was based on higher cables
snd the figures of a Lender, cotton author
!?.:??, in which the crop was .placed at IV
r?O.KO bales, minimum consumption 12.250,008;
and '.a'Kir.F 12.0O0.NO bales.
The buying was mostly for short account,
howierer, and scon after the opening call
-com bears were successful !n an eitert to
force prices l?wer. practically all of the
initial advance being l?st within the Brat
half hour. A period of ineguiarity followed,
during which trading was mostly of a pro
:essicnal nature, but near the ciosc offerings
increased materially, finding the market
without much resistance. Throughout the
day there was considerable undoing oJ
"straddics" between May and July, which
had been put out at 5 points difference,
traders :-<??. ?rsir.c the opcratlbn by buying
the May t>n\ selling the July at current dif?
ferences. While some reports from the
South indicated 'arger offerings, others said
there had been good sal*s at New Orleans
to eastern mills. w.tth the underuvf.e firm
News from Texas was generally favorable,
advices stating that the new season had
started under satisfactory conditions.
Receipts a*. th-> ports to-day were p,&54
bales against 5.:::- isst week ar.d 3.1$; last
year. For the week 63,t?X> bales against 77.640
last >ear. To-day's receipts at New Orleans
ljSil bales aqair.it -."01 last year, and at
Houston 2.530 bales against 3X50 last year.
Cotton futures opened steady and closed
barely steady:
Open. High. Liw. Cloae.
March .14.42 1V42 14.3'.' 14.11
April . 1143 14.43 14 36
Mav .It.eo 14.60 14. vS 14.17
July .14.:? 14. 34 14.23 14.25
August .13. Ss 13.S? 13 75 13 75
September . 13.03 12.(.1 12 ??t
October .12.70 12.71 12.62 12.52
December .12.53 12,69 12.53 12.5?
January . 12.53 12.50 32.57
Spot cotton closed qu!*t: middling uplands.
14.65; middling gu!f. 14.90; sales, 1.3i<7 bales.
Cotton, quiet; middling, 14.65; ptoss re?
ceipts 1.509 bales; stock, 232,9?1 bales; export
Coastwise. 1.527 bales.
Total to-day at a it ports?Net receipts. 9.654
bales; export to Great Britain. 2,G3? bales:
to the Continent. 1.102 bales; stock. 633,2$$
bales.
Consolidated at all ports?Net receipts,
bates; export to Great Britain. 2L4S2
bales; to France. 3.42S bales; to the Conti?
nent, 25.714 bales.
I Tola! since September 1 at all ports ?Net
receipts 7,7!C.2'J2 bales; export to Great
Britain; 2.9C3.6S5 bales; to France, S29.S7S
bales; to the Continent. 2.141.794 bales; to
Japan. 135.366 bales; to Mexico. 1,6'J5 bales.
New Orleans. La;. March 14.?Spot cotton
steady ar.d unchanged; middling, 14 0-16-.;
sales on the spot M0 bales and 400 to arrive,
cotton futures opened steady nt an advance
?of 4'-)'-, points on pood cables; Liverpool
standing higher than expected on futures,
while p:i\.it< messages said that Manches?
ter was a good buyer. Closing bids: March,
14.31; April. 14.33; May. 11.42: July. 14.4s;-. Au?
gust, 33-St; October. 12.61; December. 12.52.
LOCAL MARKET QUOTATIONS.
(Furnished by Levy Commission Co., Com?
mission Merchants, Jtichmond, Va.
Richmond, Va., March 14. 1911
iCTUAI. WHOLES A LE QUOTATIONS OF
MARK BT;
LIVE P?UL.TRT.
Chickens, choice, small, lb. 22
Chickens, choice, medium, lb.. -ja
Chickens, lar.ee. lb. I?
liens, tb;.. 13'A
I Roosters, each. 4!? if; 40
1 Geese, fat. large, each. 75 jg 90
Geese, Small, each. f.O
Ducks, large, young. 15 ft 16
Ducks, small, lb_. It
EGGS- Orated.
Fresh, nearby. Va.; doz. 16
Fresh stock. N. C. Term. 16
BUTTER.
Family, packed, choice. lg ^ ;n
Merchants', fair, p?r lb. ll'i't) 12
LIVE STOCK.
Veals, choice to fancy, lb. V
Veals, poor to fair, lb. 7 <fjj 714
"Hives, runners, lb. 5 'h 6',<.
Sheep, lb. 4 & a"
l.nmbs. springt lb. 5
Cattle,' fair, to prime, lb. Stj
it?gs, it).I. fi'.i
COUNTRV-CU RED BA (:< >N.
Hams, well smoked, lb. new.. 11 \i
Hains.' weil smoked, large, lb.. 15
i-i-i- Well smoked, lb. !4
onlders, well smoked, ib.... 11
HIDES.
Dry flint, lb. IS
Dry salt, lb. 14
(irren, salt, per lb. 9
Green, lb. %
Ore en, damaged, lb. f,
Taliow. lb. 6
Beeswax, lb. is
MISCELLANEOUS,
Onions, dry. bus . 75
Potatoes, Irish, No. 1, bus...... f,0
Apples, per lib!.4.CO 6.00
Blackeye peas, bus. 2.7,-,
Walnuts. bn?. 76
Walnut kernels, lb. IF, @ 20
i MARKET < ONDITIONS.
Mo ket unsteady under heavy' rm
I cnipis. Poiittry?liens lower; receipts "me.fl
crate. V? a'.r -Acti\e at prices rpioted. 11 bleu?
[Market continues firm. Country Bacon?Very
1 pit nt:: nl aiid dull.
St
M v\ VORK PRO Die E MARKET.
Ni v. York, March 14 ? Flour?Steady w'l11|
a lair local finde. Ryt Flout and < JoriniVea I
--Firm. Ruck wheat?Quiet; Rye?Duli ibivl
! If?>-r-te.-tdy. Wheat Spot Urn, . NO. 2 re'rj
I94^c. cleyatru and ?:^)\^ f. ? \, tiflo.it!
Futures ifcftHe. higher. Mr.;.. 1 ..;.-., ; j(1|y
|:?5 1l-l6e. Corn?Spot easy; new. No 2 rent!
Wc f. o. ?>. tiiloat: Futures it in hnifged. Mav'
?
OPEN AN ACCOUNT WITH
The Union Bank
of Richmond
1107 F. A ST M \ I N ST R E BT
? 1.00 MAKES A START :; PER
CENT IN*I IS REST
t*l;C. Oats?Spot steady Futures nominal. ,
Cut Meats?Steady. Lard-Easy; Middle
West. S3.10 ;j >9.50; reilned, barely steady; com?
pound, steady. Tallow?Barely steady. Tur?
pentine?Firm ; machine barrels. J6.o??}7.35.
Petroleum?.Steady. Rosin?Firm. Wool
Quiet. Molasses and Rice?Steady. Supar?Raw
firth; refined, steady. Coffee?Futures un?
changed to 3 pointE lower. Spot, quiet; Rio,
No. 7. liu?c.: Santos, No. 4. 13lic: mild, dull;
Cordova, ISH'iJ le\e. nominal. Butter?Mar?
ket steady and unchanged. c'herse?lrrcgu- j
l.ir. E^sj??Irregular; fresh gathered, 17c. |
Potatoes?Irregular: Bermuda, late crop, pet
barrel, il> i?6.Cabbages?Quiet and un- '
changed. Peanuts?Unchanged. Freights to
London?Barely steady ; grain by steam. l??d ; I
Cottonseed oil was generally steady on -
I scattering commission house buying and re?
ports ot a better inquiry for sports. Trad?
ing was only moderate V volume. Futures
; closed 1 point lower to ? points higher.
March, ?.70;iC.T:; April. 6.7t ? 6.7S ; May, 6.SI?
6.S2; June. SAS -i -5.51; July, O W?S.'-C; prime
; crude, $5.60^6.70; prime summer y ellow, 6.TO-ji
6.75; prime winter yellow, 7.0j'37.U?. prime
summer white, 6.$vS'7.35.
4&?i
SO! ^
CHICAGO GRAIN M?KELET.
Chicago, 111. March U.? Japanese war
rumors gave aid ar.d comfort to-day u> bull
speculators in wheat; Pessimistic opinion ;
regard to the Kansas crop was also a
subject of worry for the bears. In conse?
quence the market elosed strong at a net
advance of 10 ~\C Final sales leu
corn He. off to '? '?c. up; oats dearer, H'J
;?c, and provisions 2V6'd'7,,4c, down.
The leading futures ranged as follows:
Open. High. Low. Ciose
WHEAT?
May .
July .
Sept.
:o UN
May .
July .
Sept.
OATS?
May .
July .
Sept. 30?i
MESS, PORK ?Per bbl.
I May .17.11
July .16 45
I t.ARD?Per 100 lbs.
May . fe07 9.1Q
I July . n.f? 0.W
I Sept.3.05 rt.r;,
, SHORT RIBS?Per po |Da
I May . CM7 !>..-()
I .'.u?y .*.? r..W
Sept.0.0.' 9.05
I Receipts? Wheat, 1R.C0O bushels; corn. 310.000
bushels; oats. i'W.'OO bushels. Shipments?
Wheat, S.S-'a bushels; corn. ! 1 J.4=? bushels;
oats, 2S2.OO0 bushels.
Cash grain closed: Wheat?No. 1 red, SO'J fr
SWie.*; No. 3 r-rt. fSftS^c.; No. 'j hard. S9?i #
Jlc.; No. 3 hard. S7'<i ?)c,; No. l northern, 9Sc\
,;i 51.01; No. 2 northern. tCr.'/iJl; No. north?
ern. 96(r?'9?e.;; N<>. : spriiiR. WS96c.; No. 3
= prlns. SS<r?'95c; velvet chaff. S2j7D4e.; durum.
S2's S?r. Corn ?No. : and No. ? white. 47 ."i
47t,ic.; No. L' yellow. t7'V;7t?e: No. T. and No.
17. U
16; 17
17.
16.40
8.95
f'l
31
30Ti
30*4
17.37
16.45
9.0,5
9.03
0.15
f'.OO
0.00
1107 East Main Street.
Members:
NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE.
NEW YORK COTTON BXCIiANGE.
CHICAGO BOARD Of I'ltADE,
K. L. ROD EN. Manager.
3 white. *5U@*5?*c.i No. 3 yellow, fSH"3?6Hc.;
No. i and No. 4 white, 43(g43\e.; No. 4 yel?
low, 43 IT 44c. Oats?No. 3 white. 31U"9:32c. J
No. 3 white. 30)6? 31c; No. 4 white. ;:Oo? 30stc.:
Standard, SK33IV3C.
Baltimore. Md.. March 14.?When t ?Easier;
spot, contract, OOSc. Corn ?Easier; spot,
contract, iOUtS^O'-mC Oats ?I'irm, No. 2
Khite. PE'-.'S 35}?c. Rye?Firm; No. 2 domes?
tic, western, S7(5 S?c.
RICHMOND GRAIN MARKET.
Richmond, Va., March 14, 1511.
WHOLES A EE QUOTATIONS ON 'CHANGE.
W HEAT?Car lots.
No. 2 red. Western. Gt i ?7
No. " reel, Virginia . '1 '.?<)
No. 3 red . <";{? 93
Virginia (hag lots) . 53 if 93
CORN?Car lots.
No. 2 white . ffj. 53'i
No. 3 white . GL'lj
No. 2 mixed. 3l> v2\t
No. 3 mixed. 51V4
Virginia, hag lots. 52 '?; 54
OATS?Car lots.
No. 2 mixed . <$ 34lj
No. 3 mixed. <5 34
No. 2 white. @ 36
No. 3 white. 35
Winter seed (bag lots). ?? ? t?
RYE?Car lots.
No. 2. <& 90
No. 3. (& ?7.
Virginia (bag lots). <g ?7
RICHMOND HAT MARKET.
Richmond. Va., March 14. Uli.
With continued heavy receipts our market
ts lower and demand somewhat limited. Low
grades dull and neglected, and can only be
sold at large concessions.
Receipts for this week S53 tons. Receipts
for last week 772 tons. Same week last year.
1SS tons.
No. 1 Timothy. 20.00
No. 2 Timonthy .19.00
No. 3 Timothy . 15.00
Light Clover, mixed. IS.50
No. 1 Clover, mixed. 17.50
No. 2 Clover, mixed. 14.00
No. 1 Clover. 13.00 T> 1"50
No. 2 clover . Nominal
ST R A W?Compressed . 7.30
Loose pressed, large bales... 9.00
SHUCKS?Compressed . 10.00
Loose pressed, iarce bales_ l?.?"?
L >nd your cars so that hay at doors rep?
resents contents, and thus avoid rejections
This market grades hay In accordance
with the rules of the .National Hay Associa?
tion.
CATTLE MARKETS.
RICHMOND LIVE STOCK MARKET.
I(Sales at t'nion Stock Yards.)
Richmond, Va.. Marc* 11. 1611,
Report of the live, stock market for the
I week ending March 13:
{ Receipts?-Cattle, rttl head; calves, 114 head;
sheep, le ad, hogs, 1,755 head.
Rest steers. Go.; no strictly good cattle
here; medium to good. ?Vi ft'?^ic.; best heif?
ers, fdio.; medium to good, f.'?/5i;c.; good
cows, ti?'(# 4V ? extra, higher; common to
medium, 'j1-. Ti "'-..c.; bulls. I<9'4\&c.; calves, 11f
Sc. Cow s and calves good, $40 ff 55.00 per head,
?omni on to fnir. $25? 35.00 per liead. Quaran?
tine cattle?Fat steers with good quality, 61?
Si'6?ic.; best hogs, 7^jc.; sows and stags, S'i?
6c.; sheep, i@5c.; lambs, C3-7c.
Chicago. Iii., March 14?Cattle-Receipts
5.O00 bend. .Market slow and weak. Reeves.
t* "v,; Texas steers, $4.35@6.<5; western
steers; <4.70v? 5.75; Stockei s and feeders, lift
i s'o); cows and heifers, JC.hiW-S.SO; calves. $V75
''($.75. Hogs?Receipts 34,000 head Market
weak and 5c. lower than opening. Light,
$6.85-87.15; mixed. $<;.7."><ft7.ry.: heavy. $0 ?(
6.95; rough, $6.55^6.75; pood to choice heavy,
$6.76<f?7.GO; pigs. $?.60fj 7.15. Sheep? Receipts
16,000 head Market steady. N'atlve, $3? 6.00;
The greatest number of wills in which this Company
is named Executor and Trustee have been executed by
residents of Richmond. However during the week
just passed three have been executed by outside
parties. One in Albemarle, one in Mecklenburg and
one in Orange counties.
We respectfully call the attention of non-residents
to the fact that this Company may qualify as Executor,
Guardian or Trustee in any section of the State.
Booklet, telling how to draw a will, sent free.
922 East Main Street,
RICHMOND, - - - - VIRGINIA.
Capital, One Million Dollars
$3,000,000 Guarantee
Against Loss Offered by the Stockholders to Depositors in the
NATIONAL BANK OF VIRGINIA,
Incorporated 1865.
CAPITAL $1,200,000. SURPLUS $600,000.
STOCKHOLDERS' LIABILITY $1,200,000.
In addition, the stockholders have placed the management in the hands of the following Board
of Directors and Officers:
DIRECTORS:
E. 3. Addison, T. A. Carv, T. C. Williams, Jr., R. G. Retinoids, J. G. Tinsley,
E. Li Remiss, Carl H. H?lting, E. C. Laird, W. M. Habliston, Jno. T. Wilson,
T. H. Ellctt, William T. Reed, R. H. Lindsey, Rcnj. P. Alson, Jas. A. Moncurc,
II. Theo. Ellvson, j. W. Rothert, W. P. Glirin, B. Rand. Wcllford, Jno. Skclton Williams,
Gco. Li Christian, Wm. Northrop, Eppa Munton, Jr., S. W. Travcrs, F. D. Williams.
OFFICERS:
W. M. HABLISTON, President.
JNO. SKELTON WILLIAMS, VIce-Presldent. WILLIAM T. REED, Vicc-Prcsldcnt.
W. M. ADDISON, Cashier.
O. S. MORTON, Assistant Cashier. JOHN TYLER, Assistant Cashier.
W. II, SLAUGHTER, Assistant Cashier. J. M. BALL, Jr., Assistant Cashier.
ACCOUNTS SOLICITED. 3% Interest Paid in Savings Department
western. S3.2?<57/?.OO; yearlings. $4.76?S.S4;
lambs, native. J5?i?><0; western, _T. .?6.50. I
New Torlt. March lt.?Bonces?Receipts.
45S hoad. No trading; feeling steady. Calves
-Receipts 215 head. Market steady. Veals, j
}7'j10.5'?; culls. V'.i/c-OO. Sheep and Lambs? i
Receipts 3.720 head. Market steady. Sheep
nominal; lambs; $>','S|7.00; culls. $595.50. Hons
?Receipts 2,Cv0 head. Market nrmer. Pigs i
sold at 17.S0.
MARINE INTEI.LIGKNCE.
PORT OF RICHMOND. MARCH 11. 191L
ARRIVED.
Steamer Berkeley. Shelly. Norfolk, mer?
chandise and passengers, Old Dominion Line.
Steamer Blanche. Furman, Petersburg and
James River landings, merchandise and pas
?engers. Furman Line.
Steamer Crescent. Chappell, Petersburg and
James River landings Richmond nr.d Peters?
burg Line.
SAILED.
Steamer Berkeley. Shelly, Norfolk, mer?
chandise and passengers, Old Dominion Line.
Steamer Mobjack. Craves. Norfolk and
: James River landings, merchandise and pas
sengers, Virginia Navigation Company.
Steamer Blanche. Furman. James River
I landings and Petersburg, merchandise and
passenpers. Furman Line.
Steamer Crescent. Chappell, Jamei River
landings and Petersburg, Richmond and Pe?
tersburg Line.
MISCELLANEOUS MARKETS.
PEANUT MARKET.
(Reported by Rodders. Mci'abe A- Co.)
Petersburg. Va.. March It ?Peanuts- Span?
ish firm at tl.22'4 per bushel. Virginias?
Quiet; Jumbo or bunch, 4c. per pound, fancy
bandplcked. 3Hft'3*ic.i extra prime. ' . i
8Hc.; prime, 3c; machine picked. ?". i
shelling stock. 2^#2?ic
rBaflroaos.
RicMonO.Freifiricisli'E & Potomac R. R.
TO AHOFROM WASH I HG TON AND BEYOND.
Leave Richmond I Arrlv? Richmond
?4.50 A.M. Byrd St.Sta.
?6.20 A.M. BjrdSt.Sta.
?5.42 A.M. Main St.Sta.
r7.16 A.M. 117 rd St.Sta.
?3.10 A.M. Byrd St, Ma.
V.l.HD A.M. Main fit. Sta.
'12.01 noonilyrdSt. Sta.
14.00 P.M. Byrd St. Sta.
?4.1? P.M. Llba Station.
?6.15 P.M. Main St. Sta
?8.20 P.M. ByrdHt. Sta
?7.60 A.M. IlrrdHt.Sta.
:-i 1.86 A.M. L'lba Ktatioa.
tl 1.115 A.SI. Iljrd St.Sta.
?1.12 P.M. Main St.Sta,
?2.46 P.M. Hyrd St.Sta.
?7.25 P.M. Ilird St.Sta.
t8.10P.M.MalnSt.Sta.
*0.I0 P.M. Bird St.Ma
H0.20 P.M. Byrd St. Sta.
?11.25 P.M. Main St. Ma.
?I2.50nlcht Bird St.Sta.
ACCOMMODATION TRAINS?WEEKDAYS.
Leare Brrd St. Sta. 1.30 P.M. for Frcdeiieitshnrg.
LeareEIba Sta. 7.60 A.M.,8.B0 P. M. for Af hlanc
Arrlre Byrd St. Sta. 8.26 A.M. from Frcderlckub'ir.
Arrlre Elba Sta. 6.30 A.M.,6.30 P.M.from Anhland.
' 'Daily. fWeekdaya. ?Sunday s only.
% Daily except Monday.
Ail trains to or from Byrd Street Station
(except trains leaving 4.50 a. m. and arriving
11.50 night) stop at Elba. Time of arrivala and
departures sot guaranteed. Read the signs.
SOUTHERN RAILWAY
TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND.
N. B. ? Following schedule figures published
as Information and not guaranteed:
6:10 A M. ?Dally?Local for Charlotte. Dur?
ham and Raleigh. 10:45 A. M.?Daily?Limit?
ed?For all points South. Drawing Room
Buffet Sleeping Car to Memphis via Ashe
vllle and Chattanooga. 3:00 p. m. Ex. Sun.?
Local tcr Durham and tntermdlale stations.
6:03 p. M. Ex. Sum?Kcysville Local. 11:45
p. M.?Dally?Limited?For all points South.
Pullman readv 9:30 p. m.
YORK RIVER LINE.
4:10 p. m. ?Ex. Suh.?To West PL, connect?
ing for Baltimore Mon.. Wed. anil Frl. 6:00 j
A. m.?Ex. Sun. and 2:15 P. m ?Mon.. Wed.
and Fri. ? Local to West Point.
TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND.
From the South: 6:50 A. M.. S:05 p. M..
dally; S:40 A. m. Ex. Sun.; 12:55 Ex. Sun.;
2:00 p. M. dally. From V.'est Point: 9:30 A.
m. Daily; 11:35 A. m. Wed. and Erl.; 4:25 I*.
m. Ex. Sun.
S. E. R URO ESS, D. P. A..
920 E. Main St. 'Phono Marltson 455.
Chesapeake & Ohio Railway
9:00 A. I Dally?Fast train to Old Point.
4:00 p. f Newport News .and Norfolk.
7:to A. Dally?Lecal to Newport News.
6:00 p. Daily. Locnl to Old Point.
2:00 P. ( Dally.?Louisville and Cincinnati.
11-00 p. ("Pullman.
6:45 p.?Dally. "St. Louis-Chicago Special."
Pullmans.
8:30 A.?Dally?Chariot tea vlUc. Week days?
Hinten.
5:15 p.?Week days. Local to Gordonsvllle.
10:(O A.?Daily. L'hurg, Lex., C. Forge.
5:15 p.?Week days. To Lynchburg.
TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND.
Local from Bast?8:25 A. M., 7 50 p.M.
Through from East?11:35 A. m., 6:35 P. M.
Local from West ? 'S:S0 A.* m.. 9:50 A.M.,
7:20 p. M.
Through~7:00 A. m.. 2:45 p.M.
James River Line?S:35 A. m.. 6.15 p. M.
RICHMOND AND CHESAPEAKE If AY
RAILWAY COMPANY.
Schedule of electric trains to and from
Ashland, stopping at intermediate stations I
upon signal: Lv. Richmond (Rroad and'
Laurel Sis.), ?6:05, ?7:10. S:10b, 9:10, ??10:10.!
11:10 A M.: 1:10. 2:10. 3:10. 4:10b. 5:10. 6:20,
7:10, 8:10b. 10:10. 11:15 p. m. Lv. Ashland.1
?5:55. 7b, S. 9b, 10. "U A. m.. ?12 M.. **t, !
2, 3. 4. 51?, 6, 7, 8, 9b. 1) P. m.
rDaily except Sunday. '"Sunday only.
bCarrles baggage. j
i i : SEA BOARD AIR LINE.
Southbound trains scheduled to leavo Rich?
mond dally: 9:10 A. m. ?Local to Norllna.
1:20 p. M.?Sleepers and coaches, Atlanta,
Birmingham, Savannah, Jacksonville nnd
Florida points. S:12 P. M.?I'lorlda Lim?
ited, dally, except Sunday. 11:35 p. m.?Sleep?
ers and coaches. Savannah. Jacksonville, At?
lanta. Birmingham and Memphis. North?
bound trains scheduled to arrive Richmond
dallv: 6:32 A. M.. 9:26 A. M.. except Monday.
5:05 P. M.. 5:45 p. M._
Richmond & Petersburg Eleclric Railway
Cars leave Manchester, Seventh and Perry
Streets, for Petersburg:
?ii 7. S, ?9, 10. 11. ?12 A. M., 1. 2. ?3, 4, 5,
??5:45. ?'!. 7, 8, ?9, 10 p. m.
11:00 P. m. for Chester, 12:00 midnight for
Petersburg.
Cars leave Petersburg, foot of Sycamore
Street tor Manchester:
45:15 6:35. '^-.IS, ?7:35, 8:35. 9.35, ?10:35. 11:33
A. ml. 12:33, '1:35, 2:2,".. 3:55, ? t:37>. 5:3*, C:35.
?7:35, S>:35. 9:3.5, '10:40. 11:10 P. m.
{Daily except Sunday and holidays.
?Carries baggage and express.
??Limited, except Sundays and holidays:
All cars from Petcrsl/urg connect with
cars for Richmond._
Norfolk and Western Railway
ONLY ALL RAIL LINE TO NORFOLK.
Schedule in Effect January 10. 1911.
Leave Byrd Street Station, Richmond. FOR
NORFOLK: ?9:00 A. m.. '3:00 P, M? ?4-.10 m.
M.
FOR LYNCHBURG AND THE WEST:
?6:15 A. M.. '9:00 A. Mi, ^OO p. . M.. ?9:20
p. m:
Arrive Richmond from Norfolk: *11:40 A.
M *6 ?5 1' M *11:30 p. M. From the West:
?-;':50 A. .\L. a2:00 p. M.. b2^:15 P. M . 6:05 p.
ML. ?9:C0 p M.
?Daily. aDiilly. ex. Sunday. bSundny only.
Pull man. Parlor and Sleeping Cars. Cafe
Dining Cars. C H. HOSLEY,
D. 1?. A., Richmond. Va.
W. B. BBVHiL. t?. P. A.. Roanoke. Va,
BROAD STREET BANK
303 EAST BROAD STREET.
Temporary localis" ''uring construction of new banking house.
Capital .... $200,000
Surplus and undivided Profits - $110,000.
W. M. Habliston. Pres.; J. W. Rothert, Vice-Pres.; Jno. G. Walker. 2d Vic?
Pres.; Andrew M Glover, Cashier.
PERSONAL AND BUSINESS ACCOUNTS SOLICITED.
With assets of over 51,700,000, every inducement consistent with good
1 ankinp is offered to its customers. 3 per cent, allowed in Savings Depart?
ment. Bank is open till 3 o'clock Saturday evenings
?- ' '-~
Virginia State Insurance Company
1865 RICHMOND 1911
"FORTY-FIVE YEARS OF
HONORABLE SERVICE*'
Resources, $546,000. Surplus to Policyholders, $234,000.
Patronize a Southern Company.
Say to your agent, Write My Policy In THE VIRGINIA STATE
INCORPORATED 1832
The Virgina Fire & Marine
Insurance Company
OF RICHMOND, VA.
Assets January 1, 1911, - ~- $1,590,315.5?
Net Surplus January 1,1911 - 577.288.33w
Surplus to Policyholders - 827,288.33:?
WM. H. PALMER, President . W. H. MeCARTHY, Secretary
E. B. ADDISON, Vice. President OSCAR D. PITTS, Treasurer
DIRECTORS
WM. H. PALMER ,'J. JORDON LF.AKE
E. B. ADDISON D ?- DAVIS WM.. U. PALMER, JR.
N. W. BO WE
&a?roac?.
Atlantic Coast Line
K 1 ' Nl'ARY 9, 1911.
TRAINS I.r.AVE RICHMOND DAILY.
For rioiida and South: 1:C0 A. M? S:15 A.
M. und 7.:i& P. M . ?10:30 P. M.
For Norfolk: 9:00 A. Mi, 3:00 P. M., 410
P. M.
For N. & W. Ry. West: 6:15 A. M.. 9:00 A.
Mi, 3:00 P. M. and 9:20 P. M.
For Petersburg: 1:00 A M . 6:15 A. M.. 3:15
A. M.. 9:00 A. M? 12:10 P. M., 3:C0 P. M.
<: 10 P. M., 6:0.", P. M.. 7.26 P. M.. 9::0 P. M...
11: ?5 P. M.
For Goldnboro and Fay*ttevil!e: ?4:10 P. M.
Trains arrive Richmond dally: 4M0 A. M
0:10 A. M.. 6:44 A. M.. 17:05 A. M.. '0:37 A. M..
??:0:45 A. Mi, 11:10 A. M., *2:00 P. M.. ??2:15
P. M., 6:05 P. M., 6:35 P. M., 8:00 P. M.. 9:Go
P. M.. 11:30 P. M.
?Except Sunday. JExcent Monday. "Sun?
day only .
Tim* of arrive and departure and connec?
tions not guaranteed.
0. ?. CAMPBELL, D. P. A.
NORFOLK SOUTHERN.
I.v. Norfolk: *8:36 and ?11 A. M , *9 P. M ,
for ICaaterti Carolina and the South.
Liv. Raleigh: ?6:15 A. M.. t3 and '9:15 P. M..
for FuKti*r:i Carolina und Norfolk.
Pullman Sleeping i'ar? between Norfoik.
Raleigh; also Goldaboro and Norfolk.
?Daily * Daily Ex. Sun.
G, D. LEGRANDE. G. A.. American National
Rank. 'Phono Monroo :G27. Richmond.
W. W. CT.OXTON. G. P. A.. Norfolk. Va.
i&teamuoate.
Then "See Mr. Bowman" before mak?
ing arrangements elsewhere. He fur?
nishes TRAVEL WITHOUT TROU?
BLE. TOURS in America, Bermudas,
Cuba, Panama. Europe, Orient arid
Around the World. Free Information
Bureau. Call for Illustrated Programs.
Phone Madison SI54. S. H. BOWMAN,
Tourist Agent, 708 East Main Street,
Richmond, Va.
Patronize Home Industry.
OLD DOMINION LINE
Rv. Richmond toot of Ash St. dally.7:00 P. M.
Leave Newport Nows.T>:00 A. M.
Arrive Norfolk.".6:00 A. M.
Connects with main line steamers leaving
Norfolk for New York dally except Sunday
7:00 P. M. Connections also marie hy N*. &
W. Ry. 3 P. M. and C. & O.. Ry. nt A P. M.
Night I.ino steamern stop at Claremont to
land or receive passengers on signal.
VIRGINIA NAVIGATION CO.?James River
by daylight for Norfolk, Old Point. New?
port News and all James River landings.
Steamer leaves Monday, Wednesday and
Friday at 6:30 A. M. Freight received for nil
James River landings. 'Phono Madison 178.
Main Ticket Office, S21 K. Mnln Street.
Merchants and Miners TransportationCo
No-.-fcLi to Huston, Mb-!?.. CEtf
Providence. R- L
StenmeM leave Norfolk for Boston, 3ua.,
Tues. and Frl.: for Providence Mon.,
Wed. nnd Snt. at 5 P. M. Pnsseigers and
freight taken ""- ah New England points.
Tickets on sale at office C. & O. Ry.. N. A
Wi Ry.. 8. H. Bowman. ?03 East Main, aad
Richmond Transfer Co., >M East Mala.
EUROPE the ORIENT
30 fmo tours, $2S5 upward. Frequent sailing?.
Hth Annual Orient Cruise. Fob. 1, 1912, by
S. H. Arabic: 71 days, all expenses, ttOO and
upward. 6 Round the World Tours, 191);
$1,660 and tip.
Frank V. Clnrk, Times Rulldlng, New York.
S. IL llotvninn. 70S E. Main St., Richmond.
SECURITY & SERVICE
The American
National Bank,
Richmond, Va.
Twenty-Five Cents a Month
gives you exclusive use of
one of our new steel fire and
burglarproof Safe Deposit
Boxes, measuring 2>j by 5
by 22 inches, ample room
for insurance policies, deeds,
documents, jewelry and valu?
able trinkets. Immediately
joining the vault large and
comfortable booths give ab?
solute privacy and conveni?
ence in examining your pa?
pers. An inventory of your
valuables at home will prove
to you that you need this
protection.
Get protection that pro?
tects.
Systematic Savings
develops character, the greatest
of resources and the corner-stone
of credit. Character und Credit
are as essential as Cash when the
rainy day tomes.
A Savings Account
at tIiis bank, systematically con?
ducted, will add to your charac?
ter, credit and cash resources.
First National Bank
Richmond, Va.
3 Per Cent. Savings Department
How much can you save each
week ?
If only a dollar, put it regularly
in our Savings Department.
Commonwealth Bank
The Confederate Museum
TWELFTH AND CLAY STREETS.
OPEN 9 A. M. TO 5 P. M.
Admission, 25c. FREE ON SATURDAYS

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