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New York
Stock Market
New York, March 21.?In view of tho
narrowness of Hie stork market of re?
cent weeks, which lias forbidden ex?
pectations of wide movements so long
as nothing cccms to disturb the pres?
ent, equilibrium, traders were content
to-day to accept profits accruing from
the advance ? >! Saturday ami yester?
day. There was considerable realizing,
in consequence of which the market
was hesitating and at times depressed
in contrast to the strong undertone of
yesterday after the announcement of
further delay in the antitrust decisions
ol the Supreme Court. This condition
was accentuated by more active short
selllnc on the part of speculators, who
regarded mote reaction at this time as
natural. The advance was interrupted
effectively in the case of the leading
Issues, iilthougb losses were somewhat
restricted. Traders wore bullish in
the ina inj and temporar:.- defection
from it).- long side could not be as?
cribed to alternation of the financial
viewpoint.
A source of encouragement to the j
bears, however, ans found in the largo ;
offerings of stocks on advances^ a
feature of the market which may be j
symptomatic of the desire of ?'insiders"!
to reduce their holdings. The hears!
made much. a> well, of stagnant trade j
conditions and other adverse; factors, i
such as the Mexican situation and lack
of public interest hi speculation. Ap- I
prehensions as to the ability of ra'I? j
loads to maintain their dividend rates,
however, has been quieted to sonic ex- I
tent by Iii? relatively small reduction j
of earnings in view,: of circumstances
Of the last few months. The reorgani?
zation of the Missouri Pacific hoard of j
directors proceeded, according to prof
grain, hud went far beyond that point,
Inasmuch as the Rockefeller rK uhn
l.ocb interests wore given a command- i
ing position in the directorate and'
executive committee of that road, and
were also invited by Mr. Gould to po- [
si lions of power and influence in the
Gould properties This result indicates
that such financing as may bp heeded
for purposes of rehabilitation and geti
erai Improvement will not be lacking.
Missouri Pacific became weak on an?
nouncement of tlic outcome of to-day's j
meeting, and fell nearly two points to I
almost a point below yesterday's close:;
Attempt? to couple the prevailing dull- I
ness of the market with developments
It. connection with the Carnegie Trust
Company were not taken seriously.
Although so far as known no final
plans have been made for the Issuance
by the government of the ;5 per cent.
Panama bonds, Si0.000 of these bonds
"when Issued" sold on the curb to
d?v at 102. The price is a fraction
shove the ruling bid price of the out- J
standing government threes, which are i
available as a basis for circulation. !
whereas the Panama bonds will not !
be. The Street's appraisal of the value \
of the forthcoming issue Is regarded
es foreshadowing its full success.
A;.art from increased Interest in the |
Russo-Chlnesc Imbroglio; news from ,
London was generally favorable. The i
settlement In London is proceeding ;
without a hitch, but speculative hold-;
tngs of American stocks there are now j
so liy,ht as to be without Influence.;
There was sonic excitement in London |
over nn extensive advance lit pig Iron.
Coppers were unaffected save for a j
slipht advance.
Railroad bonds were irregular. Total I
pales; par value. $2^236,000. Total sab s j
of stocks for the day were 26O;4O0
rkarcs.
New York. March 21.? Money on call j
Heady; 2 1-4'./2 1-2 per cent.; ruling
rate, 2 1-4; closing bid, 2 1-4: offered
at 2 3-S. Time loans dull; but slightly
firmer; sixty days, 2 1-l"ii^ 3-4 per
cent.; ninety days, '.' 8-4<5 3 per cent.:
six months. Zrn" 1-J- Prime mercantile
paper. 4 to 4.1-2 per cent. Sterling
exchange steady, with actual business
In bankers' bills at [email protected];?4:S425 for
sixty-day bills, and at J4jS630 for de?
mand Commercial h?ls. $?A3 i -: ?
$4 Bar silver. I. 5:S. Mexican dol?
lars. 45.
RICHMOND STOCK MARKET.
I
By Rlchsrd W. Maury
itoek tr.i Bond Br?ker. 1015 E. Main Str?*t,
Richmond. Va . March II, 1MI,
SALES AT BOARD.
Virginia Centuries?1.509 at ??*.
Rpjbaior.d City U, C; ar.'l R-?1/X? at
ii C';i
rgltiia Railway ar.d Power Co. Ss?3,000
STATE SECURITIES. 'Bid. Asked.
Virginians, Old. C. and R.i m:.... .<5Vj Mt-is
Vs! ? 'entut;es, 2-3, C. and lt.. ISO!vi 55 S5',i
? ITY SECURITIES^
r.i . h. City 4s. C. and R., 1533-iotit. . :?=?? 99
RAILROAD BONDS.
A. C. L. R. Ri Con. TT. 4 p. c ... 93
C. pn:i O. Gen'! M.. t^js. 1992. 101
Georgia, Sou. anil Fla., 19I?. 10/3
Oil and Kla. R. 1st Molt, ha, 1956.. Si 82
Georgia and Ala. Con. Is. 1945. 101
Norfolk and West. Ry. la, 1503. 99
Nor. and West. Ry. 4s, Poca. 4s.. C*o
Seaboard Air Line 4s, 1950.
Seaboard Air Line Adjt; r.s. 1949... 75
Southern Railway 1st is, K-91. 107
Western N, C.Jst 6s c. 1914. 105
STREET RAI JAVA V'BONDS.
Nor. and Ports. Trac. Co. 5s. 1936o Sfda ...
Va. Ry. and Power Co. is, 1934_ 921,4
STREET RY. STOCKS. Par.
Va. Ry. and Power Co. pfd-100 S3';
Va. Ry. and Ruwer Co. coin_100 42
Ncr. and Ports. Trac. Co. pfd...100 77 79
Npri and Ports. Trac. Co. com.. 100 37
RAILROAD STOCKS. Par.
Atlantic Coast Line com.100 120
Chesapeake und Ohio.lOu S3
Georgia and Florida pfd.100 L'O 21
Georgia and Florida coin.100 11 U
Norfolk and Western, com.100 JW
R.. P. and P. Div. Oblig.100,270
.sniithern Railway, pfd.100 65
(southern Railway com.w> '????
RANK AND TRUST CO. STOCK.
American National .100165
Bsoad Street. 25 CO
Batik of &o'aiinerc* and Trusts;'.100 125
First National.10'j ?lO
National Bank of Virginia.100 192
National State and City Bank.. 109 176
Kavliigs Bank of Richmond.% C4
Union Rank of Richmond. 60 260 ... 1
Virginia Trust Compaii}.100 135
INSURANCE '' ? M P A NI ES;
Virginia Fire and Marine Ins.. 25 6S
MISCELLANEOUS.
V? -'';tt Chem. pfd 5 p. c..*.. 100 lSfiVj ...
Va.-Car. Cheiri. tioni.if"., op..
Vh -Car, i. hem. 1st Moit. ;.s, 1923. 101 " .'.*.
Quotations for Interest-paying bonds are
at a price to which internst must be added.
Income braid8 and certificates of indebted?
ness are flat.
COTTON MAKKF.TS.
New York. March .M.-Tbe cotton market
T.-as very ?piict to-day and after Kliowlhj;
l pretty steady undertone iiiirllig tin: gr.;tt<.r
Part of the session eased off In the late trad?
ing with the e'losu barelj steadv at a net
decline of Pt/10 t""Mr.. The opening was
steady at an advance of I r<i 5 points, which
mas about in Iln< with tin reiativoly steady
showing of Liverpool. It. aiizliijr caused a
leacilon to about tin closing tlgnrPs ..,( Ihsi
nlsht durlnc tlie flrat few inlnnti-n, bid load
Ing bull brokers v.'vc the mnrkct ihodciate
support on the declines and prices Untied
up a^ain, holding within a polhf .,t \.\,. .,r
last nl?ht's cloying figures during the middle
of ihr da;.-. Offering.-) became a little heavier
late In the afternoon, however, and prices
reached the lowest level <?'. \\ic (|ay In tin
last few rnthuteii, cloying at practically th?
bottom Selling may have been encouraged
to S')me extent bj continued unfavorahid
domestic iradr accounts and advices froth
Austria claiming that Austrian spinners
viel!-! curtail production 25 per cent, for r.liio
weeks, beginning with April l. it was also
Thomas Branch & Co.
(Established 1838.)
MEMBKHS
New York Stock Exchange
private Wires to
Principal Markets
Official Range and Sale
of Stocks in New York.
SALES;
!<v>
r?, ii o
i,u?o
::<?
l;IC0
200
i i.i'
42
?jVl
11-300
ltd
4.400
23?
AHis>Chalmcrs .
Allls-Chnlmcrs. pf?.
Amalgamated Copper ...
Amor. Agri. Chom.. corn.
Amor. Beet Sugar, com..
American Can .
American Can. pfd.
Amer. Car and Kouhdry.
Amer. < Jar end roun.. pfd
A uteri? an < Jot toil OH.
American Idnaced OH.
American Lo emotive ...
Amer. L?c?motve, pfd.:;
Amer. Malt Co.. pfd..
American Snieltlhg .
American Sugar .
Amer. Tel. and Tel. CP...
American Tobacco, coin.
American,'Tobacco, pfd., .
Anacond.". Copper .
Atchlsoh . H
Miami. Const Lino.
A ?'. I., of Connecticut..
Hall ini'ir. and t llllo.
ook'o *i Rapid Trii nsit.
< 'en t ra i |,eh t Iii ;?. com.
<'median Pacific .
Ches.il 6? ko ai.d i >hio.
Chicago Croat Wc'stcrti.
Chi., Alii, and :?(. Paul...
Crucible Steel Cor., colli.
Crucible Sleek pfd.
Chicago and Northwest;
Colorado fuel and 'ion.
Colorado and Southern.
< Consolidated ?las . 144 V.
I?, la ware and I pud-on.
I ;en. and Ki.< t Iran., com.
I ten. and Rip ' Irani, pfd; VI
Distillers' See Cor.
Kile . 29>i
Krie. 1st pfd. IS
l':d. Min. and Sm'., phi..
General Kdeciiie .
Croat Northern, pfd.
i ircat Norf io rn < u-p ctfs
By THOMAS BRANCH & CC
Hid. Asked. ?
Open. High. Low. Closing.
ci\
SI
IP
70%
121
170
22? V.
10395
:p-<
SP s
21 Vi
122%
10! -
ir.'~
; 19'.
127-i
CP-.
."?V
10%
II",
3?
p.s.1..
I'.'I
i 1-U;
175
?_-'>',i..
103*4
-IC
i2fr>;
I-::-'.
1273i
60
11%
3S%
1"7
33
70'?
120'fe
liu,
46$
iosf<
i c'i
29'!.
2 IS!;
S2-Vj
21%
12114
13%
sm..
I!'. "
llt<4
:i"'i ^
kS
I27??.
HP;,
.11
CO,
571..
IV**
y%
S"i-i
115 "
K>%
lt'v
76%
120
64%
s".7%
l.".T*
?* i
MVj
53%
I 10%
Gl
12
Ml
I0J?
?si
146% 116%
?' i
3S
i2o%
'.'?.''',
i?i%
J52 ! j.
21%
?22
13V,
>el N
141%
39
109%
121
230
ii?%
i
2lS'i
21%
i22*i
13%
v.41.1
I K>m]
KS Gl
t;:.?i ir.',
ICS l.l
SWS ?2?
m TP,
I7:,t
150
I luv
., Bankers and Brokers.
\LL7S,
Open.
Illinois Central .
OV? luterlioro-Mct.
2,100 Interboro-Mct., pfd.
Int. Mer. Marino, com...
230 International Paper ..
200 Int. Paper, pfd.
100 Kan. City South., com.
1,!"> Lebigh Valley .
1?0 Louisville and Nashville 140%
Manhattan .
W Mo., Iva-n. und Texas....
1(0 Mo.. Kan. and Tex., pfd.
r.foo Missouri Pacific .
National Loud .
2^300 New York Central
N. Y.. Out. and Western
1.S00 Norfolk and Western...
2.70) Northern Pacific .
Pacific Mail .
775 Pennsylvania
C75 people's Gas
pressed Steel
Pressed steel
Ky. Steel Spring;
!0.U?) Pea ling ?.
100 Republic Iron and Steel
19%
51%
' lbs
43
85%
i7it;
:it?i
10SW
r.v,-;
l'-i'.;
Car.
Car, pfd.
mm..,
l" i Uepublic I. and S.. pfd..
" i..o. pock Island .
Hock Island, pfd.
Sl?s?-Sheff leid .
i 2(0 Southern Pacific .
100 Southern Railway .
20) Southern Railway, pfd.
2f? Standard OH .
Tennt ssee ' Jopper .
3.100 Texas Pacific .
:7 ICO Union Ptieitl: .
5,1(0 United States Rubber...
? CAo United States Steel.
400 United States Steel, pfd
200 Va ?' 'ar. < Jhemical .
Chemical, pfd..
1GS
97%
30%
117%
600
170%
13%
79V4
111)%
Va.-Cur.
POO Wabash
710 Wahash.
300 Western
Pfd..
Union
High. Low.
lpvi.
134%
"l6%
40
33%
171%
140%
07 Yi
i.'.Sir,
107%
125%
1"7
33%
&7K,
117-y*
ir,
6S5
1?%
63%
4'.'
35V4
173?i
1 l?'...
:ii
C7"i
61?i
i?i'i
1^4^
120?
10C.IA
Bid. Asked.
Closing.
19%
4?.i
4S't.
114%
l7:'.*h
33?i
07
bl!i
52! 3
41'^
107! i
124%
24 V,
torn
1061&
33
S7V?
33?,(.
? ir.7>'i
.t."%
!?<%
20: <"
117'*
Total sales for day, 202.5
1771?
4i%
7n:,<
ho.%
66%
17%
?S%
T2%
(<0 share
176%
1769?
43%
I1.S%
66%
17Vi
3S%
CLOSING BOND Ob'OTATIONS
American Tel. and Tel. con v.
American Tobaiiuo t^.
American Tobacco .
Atcliison conv. If.
Atcblsoii conv. .^s.
Atlantic Coast Lilie 1st 4s....
Brooklyn lt;j-pi?l Transit conv.
Central of Georgia .
Chesapeake and Ohio ivjs.
Cliesapeake and Ohio coriv. P
Clilcago. P.. and Qiilncy joint
Ciilcngo, P. ahd Qiilncy gen.
Clilcago; Mil. and st. V dbln
103
StTi
vy;:-f
io;>'c
ilo%
108?.'i
iC0:<
('hicrigo, ft. I
Ki le conv, is
Kile i.-onv. I
in torborough
and Co. Ry. rfg.
series "A" (bid);,
series "B" (bid!.
Metro. I%a.
; inter. Mer?-. Murine Pi--.
; Kansa.v. City Southern 1st "s (bid)...
1 l.eiiirv llle and Nash. Pn. Is.
I Missouri Pacific 13 'bid!.
'Missouri Pa el tic conv. 5s.
I Nor. and West. 1st con. 4s (bid)...
i Norfolk and Western conv. 4s.
I Pennsylvania conv. ;t';s (1915).
1 Seaboard Air Line Adj. 5s.
7'"?
7S*i
6v\
?S?i
77't
M?4
9S
1071.,
MV
I Southern Pac ific conv. (s.
I Southern Hallway 5s.
' Southern Hallway gen. 4s.
! C. S. refunding Cs. registered.
' P. .S. refunding -'s. coupon ?
j U; S. Ss, registered.
! P. S. ??. coupon.
j U. S .4s, reglEtcred.
j C. S. -Is. coupon.
I Unioti I'acltlc conv. 4s.
I P. S. Steel 2nd 5s.
i Virglnth-Car. Chetn. ns.
Wnba6h 1st and ext. 4s.
:'oi,
i.-Ji;,
117 "
26*4
CP3
670
:i7'i
176%
176?g
13',...
7S-H
11.8%
OtrJi*
127
17V4
TAU
l'S
20V4
60>/(
51
117V4
?swig uohii mi oaiiiiii>i<a i.vi imvv
is. beginning with April, anil that ih'e I
\ould be kliown here by the '--nil of the !
said that Lancashire spinners would vote !
on the proposition to curtail their production I
by* closing down on Saturdays for three
month
vote w
week. There was nothing In the way of
Southern news to create any fresh sentiment
as to preliminary crop prospects, and the
advance of the planting season finds the
local trade looking for Increased acreage re?
ports and a favorable start, with good
weather during the spring. Loading bull j
Interests scehiod t? > be giving the new crop '
months some support to-day, however, and '
general business i:= probably restricted1 by a !
tendency to await fresh developments in re
spect t>> the old crop positions and for it i
nearer view of flic new crop outlook tic fori
forming any decided ohhllon as to the prob?
able course nC prices during the end of the i
season. The report "f the Census Bureau on
tile supply and distribution the crop since)
the 1st of September will be Issued Friday. ;
and will show stocks In the hands ?>t do?
mestic mills, ns of March 1. i
Receipts at tie- ports to-day were I'.Sf'T j
bales against 0.554 bales last week and 21,213
last year. To-day's receipts at N< w Orleans
.M-1G bales against fi.!74 last yeiir, and at
Houston 1.777 bates rigillist I.III last ycai'i
Cotton futures opened steady and closed
barely steady:
Open. High. L?iw. Close. !
.March .14.15 11.15 14.12 if..".-'
April . 11.50 11.17 U.r,7 j
May .14.60 14.60 14.46 14.47 ;
Jniie .lf.n ?.ii? 14.1. 14.35
July .54.t.'> I ?.43 14.712 it.:;::!
August .13.W I3.P5 13.S1 1.:.S3 I
September . l'l.O? :
October .1 -17 12.70 12.61 12.644
December .12.56 l^.'o 12.56 12.53 ?
January .12 ."?:'. . 12.53 |
Kebruary .12.53 .i
February opening, offered price.
Spot cotton closed quiet; middling uplands;
-?.SO: middling gulf. IIA*.; sales ?7 bales.
Cotton, quiet: middling, 14.60; gross re?
ceipts. I.SW bales; sales. C''.*7 bales: stock.
21,595 bale?: export Coastwise. 1.5? bales.
Total to-day at all ports?Net receipts,
S;22t) bales: export to Great Britain, ft. 1(0
bales; to Franc?. 2:0 bales; to the Continent.
1,125 bales; stock, .V-j.O.'t bales.
Consolidated at aM pots?Net receipts,
25,S34 bales; export to <;r, :it Britain. ?.''?,177
baler-, to France, 5.30t bales; to the Conti?
nent, 33,205 bales: :?> Japan, 2(SJ hal. s.
Total since September 1 at all ports -Net
receipts, 7,S5t,726 baits; export to Croat j
Britain. 3.002.01? bales; ?, France. 5IS.071 |
hales; to the Continent. 2."iO."i,4S*i bales;
Japan; 137,SMt bales; to Mexico, 17.'. Iniles
New Orleans, I.a.. March vi. ''otton steady
and unchanged; middling, l?..">v. sales on the
rpot 7?0 bales and 100 t.> arrive. I iitur.-s
Opened steady at an advance of 3*i 5 points
on good cables. The weather report indi?
cated dry weather everywhere in the cotton i
belt, and this stimulated buying of the new
crop months, for the general opinion is that
enough rain has fallen to carry Ibc licit
over the planting season. At the end of the
first half hour of trading prices were fi*?6
points over yesterday's close. Throughout
the morning session ring scalpers continued
to furnish the bulk of the business trans?
acted At tin- first the demand and supply
were about evenly balanced; luiiy later shorts
also increased ;,s the result of very favor?
able reports from Texas; where in counties
nut well covered in official weather reports
the rainfall at the end of last week appears
t., have been heavier than at first thought,
several important sections reporting from I
to <; Inches. I.ate in the morning tie- market
was inclined to sag. and at noon May was
Id point under > ester,lay's close, while the
other active months were unchanged to
?2 points up compared with the same level.
In I lie afternoon session the market was dull
! and ha?! a tendency to sag. At 2 o'clock
the trading months were uuchntlf.cd t.. .".
points down compared with yesterday's
close. -Futures closed steady at net decline
of I points >>ii Cue 0id crops and unchanged
on the new compared with yesterday's close.
Close: March. 11.30; April. 14.36; July, 1I.V4;
August. p!.S3: October; 12.02; December. 12.53.
NlilV VOKK PRODUCE MA UK KT.
Nitw York. Mri.rr.il .'I.---Flour?Firm with a
fair jobbing trade, riyfe Flour?Firm. Buck
vrbeii l Flour?Quiet. i "brri meal?Steady1,
coaise. jlJOtii. 15. Bye?Nominal. Barley-^
Firm. Wheat--Spot easy: No. 2 red. ?-H._..-.
elevator and !t5',?c. f. <? li. afloat. Futures
' c fowl;!*, Miiy; '??> I5-I6C.; July. JO'v-'. Corn?
S|iii| ca:- , ? Nil, 2; 53'sC; f. O. I?. Hllo.lt. Flltliri '*
r, . lower. May. 56c. Oats?Spot steady
I'lifiircs nominal.
Cui Meats-rStcady. Lard Firm; Middh
'?V. st. ts.'.i.-.'ii 0.05; it-lined, quiet; Continent
}'.'..'?. compound, quiet. Petroleum?Steady.
Wool?Qhlet. Itosin Firm. Turpentine?
I'n in: machine barrels. $l.'6. filer?Quiet.
Molasses steady. Sugar-picaw, very firm;
icflncd. steady; Coffee- Fu litres steady; spot)
dull; Bio. No 7. I2%e.: Santos. No. 1. 13'itc.:
ihlld, dull, Cordova, IS*?#15**0. Butter?
w.-.ik. creamery, l:?s.r. Cheese.?Stead}
and Unchanged, Lggs Weak: fresh gather.
led, r?''i 19c. Pofntoes?Irregular; Eastern
Shore, sweetr, per barrel, SI.2Gffl.75. Cab.
bilges- Steady and unchanged. Peanuts?
! Cnciuillged. Freights t() Liverpool ?Baiely
steady; grain by steam, l*?d?
Cottonseed oil was easy, owing to ship?
ment of cheap crude, continued poor demand
for actual ell and scattered selling by pro?
fessional longs. Futures close,i generally :'f
12 points net lower. Mafch, 6.50^16,70; April,
?" 55ig C.63: May, 6.6? <i 6.65; June. r,.7fe5i 6.73; July.
K.75ff6.76; prime crude, 5.to$5.55; prime suni
jhn yt-llowj 6.56ji'6.75; prime winter yellow.
fclCO tddj prune summer white, G.co bid.
( II1CAGO KIIA1N MARK KT.
? go. Ill,, Match '1. ?Liquidating of
May wheat started In earneet here to-day
B.al selling of that option by houres de?
rb big to purchase July narrowed the spread
I to lc. Lower cables and a promise of ralr
marti pie market as a whole, take the dowi<
grade. 'I he close, which wan weak, showed
a rife- decline of He. to !&I'fcc. Latest tig
in es v.-f-vt unchanged to '?JP/je. under la?.t
OPEN AN ACCOUNT WITH
The Union Bank
of Richniond
11 ?7 FAST MAIN STUIQICT
$1.00 MAP. P.S. A START. 3 ppjlt
CENT. INTKRF.ST.
S'1" t
"?5%
SS?4
is--;
50
61?
SO*?
SO! i
CIoso
50',
30??
10.90
night for corn, arid were off tt?Hc. on oats
In provisions the outcome was a rise <>f 51r !
25c. compared with twenty-four hours before j
Leading futures ranged us follows:
Open. High. Low.
WHEAT?
May . 01
July . i'S-i S9&
.Sept. so?;
COHN?
May . 47 45li
July . B0?i m3
Sept. 51V? 51?i
UAT.S
May . 3H? 31%
Julv . ... St?, ol>?
.S'epi. 3i>.s 3Hi
MESS PORK?I'cr bbl.
Mav ..lC.i>2 16.CC 16.73
Julv .16. IT 16.23 16.12
I.AKP? -I'cr 100 lbs.
Mav . S.t-i ?.77 S.ST
July . v77 S.SJ S.72 S.*2
Sept.S.75 S.S0 S.70 N.77
SHOUT RIBS?1*01 10.1 bs.
May . 9.35 ??>?"? !>-2-"' '.'.32
Julv . s.s" S.7.7 S?.f2
Sept.$.75 !>.>i> S 67 .S.72
Receipts?Wheat. 22,SO*) bushels: corn, 2'<3,
?CO bushels; oats. ~:03.i0u bushels. Shipments?
Wheat. 16.'.'to bushels;: cor?. 150.CC0 bushels:
dats. 259,600 bualn Is.
t.'ftsli grain closed: Wheat?No. 2 ted. 9tnj
f?.9ic.': No. :: red. $???90c.: No. -' hard, 9jiU.fi?
S.t.Yjc.'t No. :: hard. .-.'<'-i : No. 1 northers).
'?SC. It #1.01: No. '.' northern. USc. fr| 51; No. 3
northern. 97?i,9?i\; No. 2 spring. fl'-OflMc.: No.
:! spring. w?i-. r-tv.-i chaff. [email protected]'iMc;i du?
rum. NJ '?? '.?>!.-. I'oiii- Xo, _'. IT' jv. : No. 2 yel?
low, ?71;'i : No. <4'??'i i*.<;<-.: No. 3 while.
4t*4',i !.v\.-.; No. ;: yellow, \S\\ ft Vic.: No. t.
12*4tjl'Wy.c.;: No. I u hit.'. ?2*''/t 4'U'iO.; No. I
ybll?w, 'ityiQ 4?t.?c. Oats-?No. 2 white ::"i'u
3l*ic.; No.'".3 white. 311/31?' ?:.; No. t white.
30*ic;; standard; 3i<t?3)l,4c.
It ICH MONI? GRAIN MA ItKI
Richmond, Va., March -'
yVli?LKSA L E QVOTA T10NS
WHEAT?Car lots.
No. ;' red. U'l-sti in.
No. 2 red, Virginia.
No. 3 red.
Virginia 'bag lotJi.
CORX-j-Car lots.
No. 2 white.
No. 3 white.
No. '.' mixed.
No. 3 mixed.
Virginia (bag lots...
OATS-H'ar lots.
No. 2 mixed.
No. 3 rai\ed.
j No. 2 while.
j N,?. 3 white.
Winter seed
! t: v !?; - car lot
I No. 2.
T.
i, i ft
HAN
ig lots).
No. 3.
Virginia i bag lots i
'-i
% 1
v, B.
571.,
'.'6'"
95'. j
5<H
63Vi
53
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35?
RICJIMONI) II \V MARKET,
Richmond, Va.. March 2!, 191?
I About the same conditions prevail here as
last week. Low grades of mixed and clovei
? very dull and can only be moved at cohces
j sions,
itcceipts for this week, 555 tons; receipts
1107 En.st Mnln Street.
Members:
NEW VORK STOCK EACHAXGE.
NEW YORK COTTOX 13 XL IfAJSCB.
CHICAGO HOARD OV HIADi:.
ID. L. rtODKN. Mannger.
for Inst week. SS3 tons; same weck Ism year,
C2 tons.
No. 1 Timothy. 19.50 '4 20.00
No. 2 Timothy. IS.50
No. 3 Timothy . 15.00
Light Clover, mixed. 13.50
No. 1 Clover, mixed. 17.C0 5? 17.60
No. 2 Clover, mixed. H.00
No. 1 Clover. 13.00 4J 13.50
No. 2 clover . Nominal
STRAW?compressed . 7.50
Loose pressed, large bales... 9.00
SHUCKS?Compressed . Nominal
Loose pressed, large bales... Nominal
Load 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 H?y Associft
lion;
CATTLE MARKETS.
RICHMOND LIVE STOCK MARKET. I
(Sales at Union Stock Yards.)
Richmond, Va.. March :'l, 1011.
Following is the report of the Richmond i
If ye stork market for week ending March '.0- !
Receipts?Cattle, 220 head; calves. 60 head; |
sheet). Ua head; hogs. 7.410 head. Hosts .
steers, 6c.; some, extra good cattle higher. :
medium to good. 5'}4jif5s<c;i bos', heifers
medium to good, ?frul'c.: fat cows, t'Atf I
Co ? common to medium, 2!?Sj zi?c.; bulls, (
' to l'^ -.: calves, 7 it Sc.; cows and calves. |
$25(f/60 pef head; best hogs, 7'.ic.; sows and j
stags 5:, 'i 5:?c.; sheep, 3'>3l. ; lambs, j'atpjo ,
Chicago. Ilk, Match 21.?Cattle?Receipts ;
2,500 head. Market weak. Beeves, |[email protected]; 1
Texas steers. $t.40<5 5.50; western steers, ?4.7C
it 5.75; slockers and feeders, 3.75; cows
and heifers. $2.60'?. 3.73; calves. $3.,.'3'(Y7.50. !
Bogs?Receipts 13.000 head. Market more'
active ;:t early advance. Light. $6.65<tf7.lO; 1
mixed, 5C50? 6.05; heavy, 50. t31t 6.S5; rough.!
16.13(40.60; good to choice heavy, $6.60? 6.85; j
pigs, $6.50#7,05; bulk of sales. ?6.r,3l7I
Sheep?Receipts M.000 head, Market steady]
to He. lower. Nativ e. 53'rt5.]0: western, S3.25 '
? yearlings, 51.75 0 5.80; lambs, native,
: " :;:,; western. J5.256.15.
New York. March 21.?Beeves?Receipts 8-**
head, No trade; steady feeling. Calves --Re?
ceipts tl head. Market quiet and steady.
Veals. $5.50?/ f'.00: culls. $1 iff 5.00. Sheen and
Lambs-Receipts 3,705 head. Market firm to
ttigher. Wethers, S5 50; lambs, $6.25-Vi 7.30;
yearlings. $5.25 ?f 6.00. Hogs?Receipts 3.911
head. Market nomlnai.ty steady.
RICHMOND TOBACCO MARKET.
Richmond. Va.. March 21, I9H. j
Brlghts?Market continues firm with light I
receipts. Dark-Fired?Receipts light, sun- j
Cured?Receipts lighter; market fait I y ac- i
live at quotations. Dark Stemming?Receipts j
lighter; demand food at quotations. Drown
Shipping?Receipts lighter; demand good at J
quotations.
DA RK STEMMING???NEW.
Lugs .I 6.co rt? I K M
Short leaf. 7.50 ft.50 j
Bong h'nt'. f',00 0 ll.Oo I
DROWN SHIPPINCI?NEW. !
i.ugs . r..i,o tr 750
Short leaf. 7.50 Ti 9.00
Long leaf.v.n 9.C0 ff 12.00
Wrappers . 10.C0 tt 12.50
BRIGHTS.
SMOKERS?Common. 7.00 Q $.30
Medium . 9.00 <".; 11.00 |
Fine . 12.00 ?t I3.C0
CUTTERS?Common . 12.00 12.50
Medium . H.00 "< 16.50
Fine . 17.00 '(!? 18.50
Fancy . 1S.50 <Q> 20.00 1
l'lI.LKRS?Common . 8.00 ft! 10.00
Mcdlun. H.CO fi 12.00
Good .12.50 fj? 13.50
Fine . H.OO 11 16.00
WRAPPERS?Common . 15.00 '<t 17.00
Medium . 1S.00 a, jo.Oo
tJood . 25.00 ? 20.OO
is thai of acting as Executor, Guardian, Trustee and in any
Trust Capacity, and we arc gratified that the public gener?
ally is becoming acquainted with this branch of our business.
Scarcely a day passes that we do licit have practical evi?
dences ot it. Our advertisements have been chiefly directed
Id that department, but for the next live days we will talk
about another important branch of pur business that should
equally interest the public.
922 East Main Street,
RICHMOND, - - - - VIRGINIA.
Capital One Million
We respectfully answer "YES" to the
numerous inquiries sent us to know if we
accept and file Wills, free of charge in
which this Bank is named as Executor.
WE ALSO BEG TO SAY THAT
A Strong, Progressive Banking Institution makes the
safest of all Executors. We especially desire the public
to know this by reason of the fact that numbers of Rich?
mond people and throughout Virginia are honoring us
by selecting this institution as Executor, Trustee,
etc.; but sometimes fail to file the papers with us for
safe keeping, as evidenced by a WILL handed us a few days
ago; found in an old trunk a week after the party died.
In all matters pertaining to the Banking or Trust business we shall be pleased to
serve you, whether as Executor, Administrator, Guardian or Trustee.
3?/o
gs
'3^
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. B Addison, T. A. Cary, T. C. Williams, Jr., R. G. Rennold3, J. G. Tinsley,
E L. Bcmiss, Carl H. Xoltinp, E. C. Laird, W. M. Habliston, Jno. T. Wilson,
T. Hi Ellctt,' William T. Reed, R. H. Lindscy, Bcnj. P. Alsop, Jas. A. Moncurc,
H. Theo. Ellyson, J. W. Rpthcrt, W. P. Glinn, B. Rand. Wcllford, Ino. Skclton Williams,
Geo. Li Christian', Wm. Northrop. Eppa Hunton, jr., S. W. Travcrs, F. D. Williams.
OFFICERS:
W. M. HABLISTON, President.
JNO. SKELTON WILLIAMS, Vice-President. WILLIAM T. REED, Vicc-Presldent.
W. M. ADDISON, Cashier.
6. S. MORTON, Assistant Cashier. JOHN TYLER, Assistant Cashier.
W. H; SLAUGHTER, Assistant Cashier. J. M. BALL, Jr., Assistant Cashier.
ACCOUNTS SOLICITED. 3% Interest Paid in Savings Department.
In doing business through a check?
ing account with a strong, reliable
bank. With our service your finan?
cial transactions are accurately
kept, you know your daily balances,
your business prestige is greater
and your funds are securely safe
guarded.
Keep your commercial deposit at
the
First National Bank,
RICHMOND, VA.
Capital and Surplus, $2,000,000.
Pay all your bilks by check and
save yourself a lot of trouble.
Commonwealth Bank
Pine . 32.50 @ 37.60
Fancy . 40.00 <a 45.00
S U .V-C U RE D?New.
Lugs, common to good. 5.50 7.00
Lugs, good to prime. 7.60 S.00 j
.Short leaf. 9.00 'a 11.00
Long loaf. 11.00 <3 14.00
Wrappers . 14.00 <<< 26.00
Primings . 1.00 ? 3.C0
MISCELLANKOVS MARKETS.
PEANUT MARKET.
(Reported by Rodgcrs, McCabe & Co.)
Petersburg, Va., March 21.?Peanuts.?Span?
ish steady at $1.25 per bushel. Virginias?
Quiet; bunch, 4{p4>?c.; fancy ha nd picked,
8',fi<{J3*?c.; extra prime, 5;jic.; prime, [email protected]',ic,;
machine picked, 'i\t Ii'-o.; shelling stock, U'/ic.
DRY GOODS MARKET.
New York, March 21.?Additional revisions
in the price of branded bleached cottons
wore announced dining tho day, The cotton
goods market rules very quiet. Somo small
export trado Is reported with China, the
Kales to date aggregating about i,50u bales, i
The yarn markets continues quiet.
NAVAL STORES.
Wilmington, N. C. March 21.?Spirits Tur?
pentine?Steady at $1.01. Rosin?Steady at
$7.05; receipt? IS barrels. Tar?Firm at 12.40;
receipts 11 barrels. Crude Turpentine?Firm
at |6<8>S.25 and J0.25: receipts 0 barrels.
Savannah, On., March 21.?Turpentine?
Firm at $1.03; sales 122 casks; receipts 102
casks; shipments 75 casks: stock 1,160 casks.
Rosin ?Firm; sales 2?>3 barrels; receipts lit
barrels; shipments 128 barrels; stock 01,ISO
barrels. Quote: B, ?7.72V>
MARINE INTELLIGENCE.
FORT OF RICHMOND, MARCH 21, 1911.
ARRIVED.
Steamer Brandon, Harney, Norfolk, mer?
chandise and passengers, Old Dominion Lino.
Steamer Mobjack, Graves, James River
landings and Norfolk, merchandise and
passengers, Virginia Navigation Company.
Steamer Blanche, Furman, Petersburg and
James River landings, merchandise and pas- ?
sengers, Furman Line.
SAILED.
Steamer Brando'n, llurnoy, Norfolk, mer?
chandise and passengers. Old Dominion Line.
Steamer Blanche. Furman, James River
landings and Petersburg, merchandise and
passengers, Furman Line.
Ordered to the Front.
[Special to Tho Times-Dispatch, j
Salisbury, N. C. March 21,?Captain
W TL Cox, of tho Fourth Coast Ar?
tillery, of Salisbury, has heen notitlcd
that ho hns been designated by the
War Department to go to Texas to
nsslst In tho army manoeuvres. The
notice Is signed by State Adjutant
Genera] R. Ix Licnstor. Captain fox
ha? signified his readiness and enger
hess to go to the front with tho North
Carolina officers.
The truth of the old adage,
A pen ny saved is a penny earned'
of Richmond, Virginia,
will help you change theory to practice. The bank for prac?
tical SECURITY. The bank for practical SERVICE. 3 Per
Cent. Compound Interest on Savings Accounts. Assets, over
Five Million Dollars.
INCORPORATED 1832
OF RICHMOND, VA.
Assets January 1, 1911, - - $1,590,315.55, .
Net Surplus January l;l9n - 577,288.33',
Surplus to Policyholders. - 827,288.33:
WM. FL' PALMER, President;
E. B. ADDISON, Vice President,
WM. H. PALMER
E. B. ADDISON
DIRECTORS
D. O. DAVIS
N. W. BOWE
W.'H.' MCCARTHY; Secretary]
OSCAR D. PITTS, Treasurer
, J. JORDONLEAKE
WM. H. PALMER, JR.
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
303 EAST BROAD STREET.
Temporary location during 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 Vice
Pres.; Andrew M. Gloyer, Cashier.
PERSONAL AND BUSINESS ACCOUNTS SOLICITED.
With assets of over Sl,70O,C0O, every inducement consistent with good
1 nr.king is offered to its customers. 3 per cent, allowed in Savings Depart?
ment. Bank is open till 8 o'clock Saturday evenings

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