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Stock Market
Now York. March . 29.?Tho rather
hollow and professional character of
the stock market was again strikingly
illustrated to-day, when prices made
'another upward move In tho early
trading, only to lose all and more In
the* latter part of the day. News of
the day was without very direct bear
upon the market situation. Ameri?
can securities opened steady in Lon?
don, hut closed lower on profit-taking.
'Ilia; market sold here to the amount
of perhaps 20.000 shares as against
large purchases of tho previous day
Continental markets were steady, with
a considerable degree of activity in
Merlin.
Business in the Steel and iron in?
dustry during the previous week was
ndenlably disappointing, especially for
rails. In which particular product it
,vas thought that some very large or?
ders were pending. Some improve?
ment was reported In the demand for
structural steel and bars. Trade in
general shows no change from the ad?
verse advices received last week.
The bond market was Irregular, with
trading in the convertible issues of
Uhioh Pacific, Norfolk and Western
? rid Atchlson again a feature- United
States government bonds were tin- I
? inged. Total sales, par value, aggre?
gated S2.991.000.
Total sales of stocks for the day
were 273.2?">0 shares.
New York, March 29.?Money on call
: l-4?2 1-2 per cent.; ruling rate.
2 1-4:" closing bid. 2 3-S: offered at
1 1-2. Time loans easy and dull; sixty
davs. 2 l-2 >? 2 3-4 per cent.: ninety
davs 3: six months. 3ff>3 1-4. Prime
mercantile paper. I m i 1-2 per cent.
Pierling exchange easy; with actual
&u?!ne*s In bankers' bills at $4.Si2? *or
ejxtv-dav Mils, and at $4.$.r.:>."i for rte-j
irtknd Commercial bills. S1.S375. Bar
silver. ?2 3-4 Mexican dollars. 45.
RICHMOND- STOCK MARKET.
By R!:r.ard W. Msurv,
Sti-lc ard Bona Broker, 1055 E. Mala ?treet
Richmond, Vs . March 2?. 1Mb
STATE SECURITIES, Bid. Asked
?? :rcJr.!s ?s Q'.i. C. ?nd R.. 1932.;i ?H ... ?
Vi. Ceat?rles, C, e = d R-, :??:.. ...
RAILROAD BONDS.
?? CLP- P. Cor.. Tr. 4 p. c- 94
-. izi o. G*r:: M.. ?Vis. .id
SeirktaJ Sru_ k-i Pia.. :H5. IPS
-i r-: ria. R l*t Mort. ?1 tl
--.-rg-ts ar.d A:*. Cm. :? IMJ.10E
?*rr iri Weit Ry. ts. '?>". ?S
Ncr. ?.r.d West Ry. Pocs 44. IHi.. $f
giiSc-Jird Air V.r.? 4t. . X
jeiVoird Air Use ?? IM? .. 75
^ - -:: i ? rr. R?'.:*-a.v ??. :J94.1P7
So' R. T*v. G M. ?.f 75
Trtr-.trr N. C U: C. l?<.IX
Nor. is? --r:?K Trs:. Co. 6s, ISSf . 53* ...
V?. Ry. trri ?,tTtr Or. If 2SJ4.... X S3
Vi. ?.r Sr: T.-trtr Cr y.'i ... .1? K
v?_ Sy tri j :t;: Co rrrr. . 101 41 ;.
Ni>r. tai Fr~s. Tri: Co. co3..:K Zs ...
K:\i.z.V-z C-s-as: ~'.r.t cbrn.5M irs
C&U E&7-M.V? t~i Ohio.ito *2
SttjrgU tri r r-.it p?. M 2:
Rti:4-4y p*d.:v. K
?: j:r.*-r--; F.i'.;vs.t corn.13:- 27
<=:?rlc?- Nitlouil..>.10> 155
'Srr.s.; Str?f.. 1? 0!' ti
P.s.-k pj Ccis;rr.?rre tr.5 Tr:?'.! . .ICO -21
Ni".::r.&! stc."e isd City Sask-.lOO ?75
?!l-?:?a Nitlbail.5>j
St-Bs?lt ?f Richmond. ?S H
Ucloa Bar.i: pi P.irr.rr.or.d. W i>?
V :.-.Mi fruit Company...-!CO ISS
:NSTTRANCE COMPANIES.
Viriclaia F:r- ar.d Ms.-is* Ir.s.. :5 'A ...
MISCELLANEOUS.
Va.-Car. Chem. pii. 5 p. c.KO
%'a -Cir. Chem. corr,.ICO *r~j ...
Va.-Car. Cliem. lit Mort. is, 1953.. 101
Quotations for Interest paving bonds are
at a pricf to which !nt.--r*st must be adde-d.
Income bonds and certificates of Indebted?
ness art flat.
COTTON MARKETS.
New Tork, March 29.?The cotton mark?;
was nervous and Irregular to-day with Wall
Street and other operators, including one t
pi the leacinn bull brokers. aKgrcusivc sell- |
ers or July on advances which May shorn .
appeared to be covering; and bid that ijosi.
lion up to a pr(-?ilujii of 20 points over the
ac tive- summer delivery. The ' close was
j-:eariy, net 2 points lower to points higher,
spring and new crop deliveries being re-la- i
lively firm. Tho openln? was steady at an:
advance of rjotnts In response to better:
cables thitii expected and a renewal of yes-'
terday'a late cpvorlng movement. Wal! |
Street houses wore seilers on the- initial ad?
vance, .however, and the market also looked
r?? if some of the loading buyers of N?w '
Vork were liquidating. At any rate prices
.^'. >ri eased olf with old crop positions react- \
l.hB to about the closing figures of last night. \
liiverpool waa good buyers on this setback, I
? ping to'Steady.Whe mnrkcl, .'did toward!
midday ?f?'iio?-'Ji "were Worked tip on covering ;
..i shprta. There was <|ulto a rally among
May shorts during the noon hour, that posi?
tion selling up to it.10. n points above tho ?
i losing figures nf yesterday and 20 points
ive yestbrdi*<*j low level, l.ate. months1
worked to a nel gain of points in sym
pathy, but pfferihg of July became heavy on !
thia advance, and flurtuatloh's In tlie later
trading was very norcous and Irregular.
Just before the close July broke to 14.W. or I
6 points net lower, but closed at 14.10; a net
advance of 1 point. May closed at t.S-.. and
"asi prices on the new crop were about .*?
poinus above the closing figures of yesterday.
I'rivate cab'e-s from Liverpool attributed the
advance there to improve.1 trading In Man
? !i**ieijr?-l a more active demand from the
ntinent; but domestic trade accounts show?
ed no Improvement, and rumors of n bettor
demand from China for cotton goo<is from
Southern mills laced cohhrmation.
Receipts at the ports to-day were 7.S33
b.'tles against lat.t week and ~.W last
jtar. To-day's receipts at New Orliahl i.i'.'l
bales agfslr.?': C'.SSd Ian year, and at Houston
2;655 halts against 1.779 last year.
Cotton futures opened steady ar.d closed
steady.
Open. High. Low. Closer
March . 14.37 14 20 u/J&
?xl'r!! . . 14.26
* .lb2S H 40 1? Yf Ii.? I
??'ins. 54.23 U.IS U.12 i
?'??">? '.H.-1S H.1H it Ol 14.10 i
August .V.fA 13 :<?> |3 So 13 si '
?'?flitember . J3.C0 13 tX> 12 55
Oelober .32 SO j;-jj gj ,j jjj
liocpmber' .Y?.V> 12.i2 12.41 ;2 4$
January . 12,4?) 3j <c .0 4
fivot cotton cie/?<!d quiet. 10 points higher;
middling uplanus. 14,46i Jt.lddllng gulf U '6'
sales', 2<*? bales.
Cotton, ejuiet; middling. 14.SC; stock 21? l?l
Vales.
Total to-day at all ports?Net receipts
7,835. bales; export to Qreat Britain. 3 3f<6 ?
bales; tr. the Centlner.t. < (o; bale?- stock
ff.5,421 bales
Consolidated at ail ports?Net receipts
ap,2? bales: export to Oreat Britain 14 698
l/ales; to the Contl'/icnt, -7 027 bale's; to
.lapar.. 161 bales.
Total since September I at all ports?Net
receipts, 7,991.707 balos; ex p.-, it to Great
lirltain, ".f'22.K<2 bales; to Fiance. R?5 S92
bales; io the e'emttner.!. 2.r.T7.f'if. bales'' to
.lap?n, \'i'j.<yJ> baies; to Mexico, 1,725 bales.
New Orleans. i.a.. March 29.?Spot rotlon
quiet ar.4 unchanged; middling, w:.*-. sales
cr, the. spot i% bales and to arrive
Fiilures opened steady at an advance of 1?
7 points. Fluctuations \ver? Irregul?r hf'first
but the tendency was upward on good cables
and continued low temperatures \n jnr pelt
'V.Mng bids: March, 14.If.; April 14 17; m
Thomas Branch & Co.
(Established 1838 )
MEMBKH8
New York Stock Exchange
^nvate ires to
Principal Markets
Official Range and Sale of Stocks in New York.
31
63%
44%
?
54%
3S%
'33%
76
119
147%
4*V<
07 lA
SSVa
110%
120%
SAL.ES.
Open
Allls-Chalmers .
100 Allls-Chalmers, pfd.
3,900 Amalgamated Copper ...
S<v> Am. Agr. Chom.. com
."00 Amer. Boot Sugar, com.,
American Can .
200 American Cnn. pfd.
300 Amor. Car and Foundry.
Am. Car and Foun pfd
400 American Cotton Oil
American Linseed Oil...
2V> American Locomotive...
Amor. Locomotive, pfd..
10."? Amer. Malt Co., pfd.
2,400 American Smelting .
150 American Sugar .
3,100 Amer. Tel. and Tel. Co.
4 American Tobacco, com.
200 American Tobacco, pfd
200 Anaconda Copper .
11,500 Atchison .
300 Atlantic Coast Line.
A. C Is. of Conn....*.
610 Baltimore and Ohio.10Pi
2,480 Brooklyn Rapid Transit 78%
750 Central Leather, com- 29%
lO.TW Canadian Pacific . 224VI
2,900 Chesapeake find Ohio.... S2%
100 Chicago Great Western; 21 Vi
j.900 Ghi., Mil. and St. Paul.. 122%
150 Crucible Steel Cor., com. 13%
130 Crucible Steel, pfd. 79%
730 Chi. end Northwestern;;, i-tpi;
400 Colorado Fuel and Iron, 31%
Colorado and Southern.
y.7<? Consolidated Gas .146
l 'tinu are and Hud don.
200 Pen ?- Rio Grande; com. 32%
100 Den. g5> B-*o Grande, pfd.; 71?s
6C? Distillers' Sec. Cor. 36%
S;300 Erie . 29%
100 Erle, ist pfd. 4S%
Fed; Min. and Sm., tfd., ...
?:?"?"> Gen. Electric . 140
i,GC0 Groat Northern, pfd.127%
2,000 Grt Northern Ore Ctfs.. 63%
Bv THOMAS BRANCH & CO., Backers and Brokers.
Bid. Asked. .SALES.
High. Low. Closing.
81
61
57%
4G
'si
64%
59%
"ss%
-53%
76**
119
117%
465
97%
38%
110%
120%
i?pi
7SI-.
29%
216%
82%
21%
122%
13V1
146%
31%
146
32V4
71%
36?
29?,
4S%
149%
127%
63V*
31
63%
67%
44%
80%
54
69??
"3S94
*33%
110
147
455
0712
109%
101%
78
20
224
.81%
Vm
121%
13%
79%
145
31 Vi
144%
71%
36%
29%
4S%
14S%
127
62
30%
KUi
67%
44? i
. 0>i
sot;,
ib3%
115
59%
11
37%
106 "
33%
76%
118%
H7
466
07
3S%
in;?Ts
120
226
104%
2S%
225T4
81%
21 Vi
121%
13
70
146
31%
b2%
145%
167%
32
70%
35%
20%
47%
60
14*%
127%
61%
Open.
.. 136%
.. 18%
.. 63%
.. 6
8% 1,300 Illinois Central .
31 201 Interboro-Met.
63% son Interboro-Met.. pfd. ...
57g;, -jno int. Mer. Marino, com
41% International Paper ...
0% Internat. Paper, pfd....
SI 400 Kansas City. Sc., com..
t^-iUKO Ijohigh Valley .
116% 300 Louisville and
Manhattan .
1 400 Mo., Kan. and Texas.
"CO Mo., Kan. and Tex., pfd.
6,100 Missouri Pacific .
10? National Lead .?.
I.G00 Now York Central iMvo
500 N. V., Oht. and Western,
8,700 Norfolk anil Western
?'.?-?1 Northern Pacific .
Pacific Mail .
2.I5SO Pennsylvania .
?00 People's Gas .
100 Pressed stool Car.
Pressed Stool Car, pfd..
Ry. Steel Spring, com...
!9,600 Beading .
4(o Republic Iron und Steel,
100 Republic I. and S.. pfd.,
2,30?) Rock Island .
100 Bock Island, pfd.
Sloss-Sheffield .
r.,10O Southern Pacific .
1,100 Southern Railway .
ion Southern Railway, pfd..
100 Standard Oil .
Tennessee Copper .
300 Texas Pacific . 28%
3I..W I'nion Pncitlc . 178%
300 United states Rubber.. 424
41.4(0 United States Steel. 70%
400 United States Steel, pfd. 119%
810 Va.-Car. Chemical . 66%
Va.lCar. Chem., pfd.
200 Wabash . 17%
149% 3,9CO Wabash, pfd. 38%
127% 2,325 Western Union . 73V?
69
12
3S%
10S
34
76
iiu%
147%
4<v)
on
3S%
110
120%
230
104%
78%
29 Vi
226
81%
121%
lM
tv>%
14b?i
14o%
16S%
32Vi
71 Vi
36
20%
4S%
6.1
34%
17G%
Nashville 140%
34%
6S%
52%
53%
107 Vi
42
100%
125
126 Vi
W7%
3:1 Vi
15S
33%
07%
30%
00
iis
27
66%
G65
High.
1SS
18%
63%
?
34%
176%
145%
*3-i%
GSV-i
62%
63%
10V?,
42
109%
125 "
126%
P?7%
33%
33%
97%
i> a . .j
GO
iis
27%
05%
655
28%
17SVi
12%
79%
119%
C6%
'17%
30
74%
Low.
13?%
18%
63%
6
34%
175
145%
33%
6S%
61%
63%
106%
41%
108%
121
126*
107
33%
166%
:w>i
CO
irivi
26%
61'%
C&l
*i>.s%
41%
78%
119%
66%
'im
3S%
73%
Bid. Asked.
Closing.
137% las
18%
63%
4%
10%
48%
34 V4
174%
MB
136%
33%
67%
61%
53 >i
106%
41%
1\%
Viru
2;l
126
.107%
33
OS
34
166%
33%
97
29%
tiOVi
62
317%
26%
64%
?J60
28%
176 %
78%
110
66%
126
17
38
73%
Total sales for day, 276,900
CLOSING BOND QUOTATIONS
X*?* . _ .... j <?.. n i? _ Rcadlnc s:on. 4a..
American Agricultural ft.
American Tc!. and Tel. conv. 4a.
American Tobacco 4?.
American Tobacco 6s.?
Atchiaon conv. 4a.
Atchisob conv. fs.
Atlantic Const Line 1st 4s.
Brooklyn Transit conv. 4s.
Central of Gaorgln (bid).
Chesapeake ar.d Ohio 4%a.
Chesapeake and Ohio conv. 4Vi?.
Chicago. B. and Qulncy Joint 4s....
Chlcaco. P. and Qulncy pen. la.
4 Chicago. Ml. and f-J^?^ lino Adj. 5a (bid)....
Chicago; R. I. and l nr. n,. rrg. ? Southern Pacific conv. 4s.
Col. and Sou.,ref. 82% Southern Railway As (hid)....:....
BrWK#?W^ 78VV I Southern Hallway gen, 4?.
Erie conv. 4s, series "TV'.
j lnterborough Metro. 4,?s.
Inter. More. Marine 4Vfcs.
Kansas City Souttiurn 1st 3s (bid)..
Louisville and Nash. T.'n. 4s (hid)..
(Missouri Pacific 4s (bid).
Missouri Pacific 6a.
Norfolk and Western l<"t con. 4s.,
Norfolk and Western conv. 4s.
[Pennsylvania conv. 8%s n?is).
70'-;|.!. h". rofundlng 2s. registered...
7SH j I". S. refunding "is, coupon.
I U. f>. 3s, reRistered.
73% U- s- 3s- coupon.
f<7 U. S. 4s. registered.?
78% U. 8. *s- coupon.
93 I Union Pacino conv. 4s.
r?S',? United States Stool 2nd 5s.
ldSH I Vlrglnla-Car. Chcra. Bs (bid)...
03% Wabaeh 1st and ext. 4e.
?.L?; July. 14J3; Aura?L October, 12.ES;
December, LiW.
NEW YORK FRODCCE MARKET.
New Tork. Maren Ii.?Flour?Qu'.et and
Ir?sr. Rye Flour?Firm. Buckwheat?Quiet. ,
"btrnineal?Steady! Barley?Firm Wheat ?
Spot weak: No. 2 red JMc. sr.d ?: ? ?. V:
f. o. b. afloat Future* lf31Hc. lower. May,
".??kic ; July, ? Corn?Spot steady: ex- '
5 r-rt. No 2 ;2. f. ?. b. afloat. Futures *, 3
lower. May. M\c; July. 6S?ic, Oats? Spot
stcad> Futures :^rr^r.a!. M^-, ? 4r.. Jul;
:-i-,c.'
i at Me-a-.s-Au'.et. Lard-Weak: Mtddle ?
Weil f- K - - refined- easy; continecjt, |
totnpound, dull. Petroleum?Steady.
r jslh?Firm.' Turpentine?Steady; machine
barrels, 11-13 Molasses--rSteady. Rice?Qutet.
Sugar?Raw, steady: refined, quiet. CoSee? (
Futures steady. Spot, steady: Rio. No. 7,
: . Santo*. No. 4. 15%'c: rr.'.'.d. quiet: Cor
i v-a j i5%iC nominal. Butter?Weak;
cream., r-. -. -'- Cheeses-Steady, --.cgs?
Weaker; fresh gathered. 14U~:?.-. Potatoes
?Flrin; Bermuda, per barrel. ?5-j7.!.o: Flori?
da, new, S6.2: : Western shore, per bar
rel, J 2 i;" Cabbages?Steady; Southern,
per crate, ;::.-?": old, Dsr.i.-h seed, per ton,
f.: 7 Freights ar.d Peanuts?Unchang?
ed. ' i
Cottonseed oil was barely steady for spot,
but steady otherwise. Cru'le markets were
ess-.-. Futures closed 2 points lower to 2
points higher. April. 6.1006119; May. 6.233
f. 24; June. 6.8006.83; July. ? SC3?.37; August.
6.36 ?6.38; prime crude, 6.20<31.'.'; prime sum?
mer yellow. 6.103 6.3?; prlt>e winte r yellow.
6.C0Q6.70; prime summer white. tt.2v3j6.70. j
CHICAGO GRATS MARKET.
Chicago. Ill , March 2?.?Snow report on the
new crops broke the prica of wheat to-day
to a new low record for the season, the third
smash of the kind this week. The close was
within >jc. of the bottom flsures and a net,
loss of ?*jC. to tt?l?jc In sharp contrast
barley, which has been a scarce article of
late, went to a new high level here. 51.14 a
bushels. Final sales left corn HS Sc. down;
oats off ?,71 tic, and provisions with 15@
47\fcc. decline.
The leading futures ranped as follows:
Open. High. Low. Close.
WHEAT?
Ma v . 87% >?:?, m* ?-s
July . 87V4 S7N 84% 86% |
Sept. 87% 87% -7--4 i"3-',
r< IHN?
May . 48?, 4??i 47-t 475.
Julv . 49% 49% 4!??i 4:"?
50%
Kept. ?>?, ?.1 DC
oats?
May . 30% 30^ S0% 30%
Julv . SO-, 30-? S0% 30%
Sept. 30% 20% 30% 30%
Siess pork-r- r bbl.
May .1". 70 18.70 IF. 22 1B.22
July .15.40 . K-.I2 16.03 15.05
LARD?Per lbs.
May .8.50 8.65 8.87 8.37
Julv . S.M) 8.60 8.86 8.35
.Sept.S.60 S 80 8.30 S.30
SHOUT RIBS-Per K0 lbs.
May . s.-r, 8.85 s.70 8.70
Julv . 8 47 S.47 S.32 8.32 ]
.Sept. 8.37 8 37 S.25 fi.25 j
Receipts?Wheat, 45.600 bushels; com. 383.
7?o bushels; oats, 256,800 bushels. Shipments?j
Wheat. 12,800 bushels; coin. 166,100 bushels;
..::!S. 25t.4(iO bushels.
Cash grain closed: Wheat ?No. 2 red, 66%
SSc. ; No. S red. 8PS 87c : No. 2 hard. 86% ?(
?-5..c. ; No. ?. harii. 93<3>&5c; No. 2 spring, 89?
94071 No. 3 spring, SSffStc; velvet chaff. 885? ?
He.! durum. 82fr$9e. <orn -No. 2. 46%#47e.; |
NO 2 white. V\ t7l-.c; No. 2 yellow, 4?$ j
?7%c;i No. 3, 44';, 4i.c; No. 3 white. 4;?.:, 1
!>,; No. 3 yellow. 45^i4Ee.; No. 4. 42% j
43'jc.; No 4 white. 424*'/i 4'p.i.c.; No. 4 yellow.!
43@4,C. Oats-No 2. ?t'fifdtCtMc.; No. 2 whitu
Kl'.S?331*40-; No. 3 .white. 30%f,31c; Nfi. 4
white. 29%f 30%c; standard. :>0% 31',c.
Baltimore, Md . March 25 ? Wheat -Easier;
spot, contract, S0c; Southern on grade, 90c.
Corn?P.asler; spot, contract 60%ft36%c. Oats
?Quiet; No. 2 whlto. 36\Jci Rye?Firm; No.
2 westeriii domestic, 8SS9te.
RICHMOND GRAIN MARKET.
Richmond. Va . March 29. 1911.
WHOLESALE QUOTATIONS UN "CHANGE.
WHEAT?<"6r lots.
N j. 2 red. Western. 4J | P6
No. 2 red. Virginia. ? 96
No. ? red. (g. 94
Virginia (bag lots). W J 01
CORN?Car lots.
No 2 white. 13 641',
No. 3 white.,. Q n"
No. 2 mixed. ft 64
No. 3 mixed. ft 63VJ
Virginia (bag lots). f,3 V< 1?
OATH?Car lots.
No. 3 mixed. J} 38
No. 3 mixed. \] 34?J
No. 2 white. ti
No. 3 white. J? Sf'J
HVK-Car lots.
No. 2. <?. W
No. 3. (f si
\'lrclr,la tbag lotsi. Cj. *7
RICIIMONI) IIA V MARK KT.
r'.'.hmond. Vs.. March 20. 151L
' Tlwre Is i'.iup Improvement In values on
:i.r better tirades Low gradcB and clover
hay remain dull.
Receipts for this week, tons. Receipts ,
for last week V.A tonse* aft hie week last >ear,
829 tons.
No. 1 Timothy. 10.00
No. 2 Timothy.-.,1? 60 Q> 13 00
No. 3 Timothy. 16.00
Light Clover, mixed. 18.1.0 Q 19.00
No. 1 Clover, mixed. 17.60
No. 2 Clover, inUed. 14.00
' N"o. 1 Clover. 13 0-i 'it 13.60
' No. 2 Clover. Nominal
i HTHA W--Coinpressed . 7.60
Loose pressed, larga halea.... 9.fa
SHUCKS Coin pressed . Nominal
LOosh pressed, large bales... Nominal
Load your cars no that h?v at doors rep?
resents contents and thus avoid rejections.
This market grades hay in accordance
OPEN AN ACCOUNT WITH
The Union Bank
of Richmond
110? EAST MMN STREET,
J1.0O MAKES A staut. 3 PER
CK nt. I nt KR F..ST.
with t-s rules cf tho National Hay Assocla
tlon.
CATTLE MARKETS.
RICHMOND LIVE STOCK MARKET.
I5s.:es at Union Stock Yards.)
Richmond. Va.. March 29, 191L
Fy.'.cw:r.{: the report ot the Richmond
::v[ s:c:k market for week ending March 27:!
P.cceir*-*1?Castle. 391 head; calves, f? head;
sheep :.? head; hogs, 747 head. Best steers,
fc,; a few extra higher; medium to good. Bli
@S\c.; common to fair, 4Vit"5c.; best hell?
ers. J>\c.; medium to good, 6{r6%0.; common
to fair, 4@4Vic; fat cows, 4li t? 19?c.; extra j
higher; common to fair. 2%',i ."'sc.; bulls. Si j
'3t.t0; calves, S7@S; cows and calves. $25?
f.t? per head: good hogs. I"; a few nice light
nogs higher; s ??? .-.-.J stags, $j'<_:5; sheep, W
fjj; lambs, 568Vi
Chicago. 111., March 29.?Beeves. $5.256?-.6.50:|
Texas stoers, S4.60CT-5.75; Western sieers. J4.75
: ? :i. stockers and feeders, i4fj5.SQ; cows
and heifers, t. i>j; calevs, $6 ?8.75. Hogs
Recelpts 30,000 head Market 6c. lower. Light,
$6.50.43 7.20; mixed, 55.5o.'J 7.00; heavy. }6.ti5 ir !
6.SO; rough; 16.25 'i 6.45; good to choice heavy.
:?.. pjKs!. I6.6O?-7.S0. Sheep?Receipts
25.000 head, Market weak at opening prices.
Natives, SS'?S.SO; Western. i3.25igE.35; year?
lings, 5- 3.60; lambs, native, $5(36.35; west?
ern, 16.13 if ?. 45.
March 19.?Beeves?Receipts ;
ket steaoy. Steers, io ij 6.76; j
New York.
2.502 head. Mai
bulls, $4<g5.S3; cow% $2? 1.90. Calves?Receipts
1,629 head. Medium, $2.50<34.00; culls. il.uO.
Sheep and Lambs? Receipts 11,.'{TO head. Mar?
ket steady. Sheep. i4ft3.GO; lambs. $5^17.15;
'clipped do.. $5;25 Q c.75; yearlings. 50 I logs?
Rei .?ipts 6,763 head. Merket, ilrm at $7..5*
7.70.
RICHMOND TOBACCO MAUKET.
Richmond. Va.. March 23, 1911.
Brights? Mai kr-t continues nnn with light
receipts. Dark Fired?Receipts light. Sun<
Cured?Receipts lighter; market fairly ac?
tive at quotations. Dark Stemming ?Receipts
light; demand good at quotations. Brown
Shipping?Receipts light; demand good at
quotations!
DARK STEMMING?N EW.
/.ugs .? 6.00 -3 i S.Of I
Eh'ort leaf. 7.50 cf 9.51 j
Long leaf. 9.00 'a n.5f
Long leaf. 9.00 <3 U.Of j
B R O W N SIIIPPI NO? N E W.
Lugs . C. u >3 7.r.l i
Sh?rt leaf. 7.60 @ 9.tf 1
Long leaf. 9.00 '?] 12.04 j
Wrappers . 10.C0 'i 12.34 1
BRIGHTS.
SMOKERS?Common. 7.00 & S.5'. i
Medium . 9.0Q <Q ll.t.-fl ?
Fine . 12.00 <<j 13a I
CUTTERS?Common . 12.00 @ 12.50 j
-Medium . 14.00 & 16.;,? |
Fine . 17.0") @ 1S.5I
Fancy .18.60 'a 20.00 i
FILLERS?Common . 5.00 \i 10.04 ,
Medium . ll.io @ 12.00 |
Good . 12.M \i 13 50
Fine . 14.00 fi 16. eg
WRA PPERS?Common . 15.CO i) 17.Ot
Medium . 18.00 ? -0.0'
Good . 35J0? ? 30.W '
Fine . 22.50 'q H'.ti
Fancy . 40.00 @,?JW
SUN-CURED?New.
[.ugs, common to good. 6 00 <? 7.0:
Luge, good to prime. 7.50 ? S.5?
Short leaf. 0 O-i @ 11.00
Long leaf. 11.00 <3 14.00
Wrappers . 14.00 @ 26.00
Primings . 1.00 @ 3.00 |
MISCKLLANKOCS .MARKETS.
PEANUT MARKET.
(Reported by Rodgers. Mr Cabe Ss Co.)
Petersburg, Va.. March 29.?Peanuts?Span- j
lah.?Market fir in at $1.23 per bushel; Vir- j
glnlans?Market steady; bunch 4@4Uc. peri
pound; fancy handpWied. 3Vs'iir 3%c. per!
pound; extra prime. 3%@3Hc. per pound;
prime, 3c.; machine picked, 3U,;j 3V?c; shall-;
lag stock, 2',-,.c.
DRY GOODS MARKET.
New York. March 29.-- Sale* of bleached
[woods following the reduction, have been
buch better In volume. There la no lrnme- 1
dlate prospect offering fo?' revisions in othur
Iln*-s. agents being doubtful of the action !
they might get from buyers at a different >
price busts. Underwear and hosiery am
quiet. Ribbons are very dull in primary
mark? i s
NAVAL STORES,
j Wilmington, N. C.; March 29.?Spirits Tvir
Spehtlne?Steady at 11.03%; receipts 5 ??asks
Roaln?Steady at 17.M.1; receipts 41 barrels.
Tat -Firm at 12.20; ro; flpta 121 barrels. Crude
Turpentine?Firm at JS^^.Tw) and 19.26; ie
< < lpts 5 barrels.
1 Savannah, Ga , March 29.?Turpentine -
m at $1.05; y.Ues 36 i:?s]ts; receipts 'XR
casks; shipments i',4 casks; stock 1.630 tasks,
Roaln?Firm; Bales I. ICS barrels; receipts; 11531
barrels; shipments 20,143 barrels; mock 31,230
j bariola. Quote: II. $S0J%.
MARINE INTELLIGKNCK.
j PORT OF RICHMOND, MARCH 29, 19?. j
ARRIVED.
steamer flrandoh; Ifarney, Norfolk, mer?
hahdlso und passengers', Ohl Dominion Line, ;
Steamer Blanche, Furman, Petersburg and j
j.lanicH ftlver landings, hicichondlsc and pus- I
iBfthgera, Furin.nn Lino,
sailed.
Steamer ntandnn, ifnrncy, Nprfolk, mer
nndike and pasnengera. Obi Dominion Line,
j :-'u ,-iiin-i Mobjack, Graves, Norfolk und
.Inure* Riyer landings, nicrchandlre ilnd pas
? ?" \ Ii ??mi.i Navigation (Company.
Biauche, Km mini. Petersburg and
?'!??'?" ? It I er landings, merchandise and pas.
Kengera, Kd>:iha;i Line.
m t.uo giot*i i'ii"!'iii;\ vi;.\ns.
I Plendn <.niuy (i, i unr.tf ??r iflKlMtdy
! It<,bl,.r>?Halifax Court in SrHNlolt.
(Special to The TiHve's<Dispa tch l
' II- i !,,!;, Va.. March 2*j Quito a
i'.u<l att.n.K.j ilui oiitmlhK dnv
o.i tin rcKitlar March term -?r llalifitx
if ? > ; ? ? Monday. A Kpcclal Kiand lurv
I "hi. William Hall IMinuildH an foio
: 1 " ? im empaneled, which1 returned
I nidltsttnent a gainst Jucoh Owen
I 'V,,'or<','< r'" n telnnloua a.-nault ?{,
V?i >'?? ? WlljiintS uhitv. a/i.j .iKJlnul
Mose? Barnott and Fred Harris for
highway robbery. Barnett and Harris,
negroes, held up J. II. Oaks, white, a
farmer, near South Boston, on his way
home, and drawing a Dlstol on him.
compelled him to throw up his hands
and robbed him of his purse, contain?
ing a small sum of money. Harris
made his escape and lias never been
apprehended. Barnett was caught soon
iifter the hold-up, and when arraigned
to-day pleaded guilty, and was given
liftecn1 years In the penitentiary,
CLINTON JONES ACQUITTED.
Declared Not Guilty of Attempting to
Dernll Paxaengcr Train.
[Special to The- Times-Dispatch.1
Amelia. Va., March 20.?The court
spent the entire day yesterday taking
evidence of a large number of wit?
nesses In the case of Clinton Jones, in?
dicted by the grand tury for Dlaclnsr
obstructions on the track with Intent
to derail a train on tho Southern Rail?
way, near Jelcrsvllle. Late In the
day the case was- argued by Common?
wealth's Attorney T. R. Harda-way. and
.lohn Garland Jefferson, for the d.efense.
mid the case was given to the jury,
which In about live minutes returned a
verdict of not guilty.
Civil cases will occupy the rest of
the term of tho court.
Vesael a Total Wreck.
Beaufort, N. C, March 20.?The I
schooner Martha E. Wallace, of Now j
York, while, while bound from Bruns- ;
wicki Oa., laden with crosstiea; strand?
ed on December 21 on Cape Lookout j
Shpals, has broken In two and now
lies in the sand. Wreckers were to-day ;
trying t<> save the vessel's gear.
$100 Reward
Will be paid for the arrest and con?
viction of the person who enterf-d five
houses at Wcsthampton Wednesday
night, March 22.
WESTHAMPTON CITIZENS'
ASSOCIATION.
Atlantic ?itp ^Restarts.
lSLESWORTII,
On the ocean front Virginia Ave. Moat cen?
tral location. Cap. SCO. Fresh and sea water
tn all baths; s-.in parlors, elevator. Large
rooms, southern exposure. etc. Orchestra. ;
Amorlcan or European plan. Special Amerl- |
can plan. JlL'.S-j up weekly. Always open, i
Auto at train, Booklet.
WM. HTM AN, Prop.
FRANK M. PHOEBUS, Mcr.
Virsinio Avenue. Near Sleel Pier. Atlantic City, N. 1.
Fire-proof. Largo sun parlor. Rooms with pri?
vate bath. Rooms' with running water. Elevator to
street level. Modern In every particular. S10. $12
and $14 up weekly. Special apring rates on appli?
cation. Booklet. O, I). PA INTER.
The Valentine Museum
ELEVENTH AND CLAY STREETS.
Open dally from 10 A. M. to 5 P. M.
Admission. 25c. Free on Saturdays.
The Confederate Museum
TWELFTH AND CLAY STREETS,
i OPEN 0 A. M. TO 5 P. M.
Admission, 25c. FREE ON SATURDAYS
1107 East Main Street.
Members:
NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE.
NEW YORK COTTON EXCHANGE.
OHICAGO HOARD OF TRADE. .
E. L. RODEN. Manager.
Table tl'Hoto IMnnern snturdnj
?nd Sandfly evealnse, 0 to 0 o'clock,
91.50 each.
THE JEFFERSON
Richmond, Va.
Tho moat magnificent hotel in the
South. Buropeau plan. Rooms siriKie
and cn suite, with and without bathe.
Spacious sample, rooms.
Rate, $1.60 p?r day and upward.
Special Summer Law Course.
1'nlvcralty of Virginia.
One hundred lectures on Rights,
Wrongs, Remedies-, Evidence, Eciultv
nnd Ronl Property, from July first to
September first. Fee. forty-five dollars.
Applv to
JAMES B. GREEN.
Law Instructor.
University of Virginia. Va.
UNIVERSITY COLLEGE
OF MEDICINE SSKK?
Medicine?D eatt istfy?Ph sirmiaey.
For session of 1S10-*11.
New Building. Perfect equip?
ment. Experienced faculty of eigh?
ty-one teachera.
Chesapeake & Ohio Railway
a-.00 A. I Dally?Fast train to Old Point.
4:00 P. f Newport News and Norfolk.
7:40 A. Dally?Local to Newport News.
6:00 P. Dally. Local to Old Point.
2:00 P. f Daily.?Louisville and Cincinnati.
11:00 Pi f Pullman.
0:4? P.?Dally. "St. Loula-Chtcago Special."
Pullmans.
8:30 A.?Dally?Charlottesvllle. Week days?
Hlnton.
6:15 P.?Week days. Local to Gordonsvllle.
10:00 A.?Dally. L'burg, Lex., C. Forge.
6:15 P.?Week days. To Lynchburg.
TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND.
Local from East? 8:25 A. M., 7 60 P.M.
Through from East?11:36 A. M.. 6:S? P. M.
Local from West?*$:50 A. M., 9:50 A.M.,
7:20 Pi M.
Through?7:00 A. M.. 2:46 P.M.
James River Line?8:35 A. M . 6:16 P. M.
SEABOARD AIR LINE.
Southbound trains scheduled to leave Rich?
mond dally: S:10 A. M?Local to Norllna.
1:20 P. M.?Sleepers and coaches. Atlanta.
Birmingham, Savannah, Jackson viile and
Florida points. 5:12 P. M.?Florida Lim?
ited, daily, except Sunday. 11:35 P. M.?Sleep?
ers and coaches. Savannah. Jacksonville, At?
lanta. Birmingham and Memphis. North?
bound trains scheduled to itrrlve Richmond
daily: 5:32 A. M.. 9:26 A. M., except Monday,
E:0S P. M.. 5:40 P. M.
RICHMOND AND CHESAPEAKE BAY
RAILWAY COMPANY.
Schedule of electric trains to and from
Ashland, stopping at Intermediate stations
upon signal: Lv. Richmond (Broad and
Laurel fits.), ?6:06, ?7:10. 8:10b, 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, 11:45 P. M. Lv. Ashland.
?5:65. 7b, 8. 9b, 10, ??11 A. M., ?12 M.. "L
2, 3, 4. 5b. 6. 7. 8. 9b. 11 P. M.
?Dally except Sunday. ??Sunday only.
bCarrles baggage.
NORFOLK SOUTHERN
Lv. Norfolk: ?8:C6 and ?U A. M.. ?9 P. Is*.
for Eastern Carolina and the South.
Lv. Raleigh: ?6:16 A. M.. IS and ?9:13 P. M.,
for Eastern Carolina and Norfolk.
Pullman Sleeping Cars between Norfolk.
Raleigh; also Goldsboro and Norfolk.
?Dally 11 '.niy Ex. Bun.
C. D. LEGRANDE. O. A.. American National
Bank. 'Phone Monroe 1627. Richmond.
W. W. CROXTON. G. P. A.. Norfolk. Va.
Subject to check, receive 3% on daily
balance.
Small as well as large accounts invited.
922 Bast Main Street,
Richmond, Va,
Capital One Million Dollars
financial.
jflnsntlaL
JPfoanefaL
Capital and Surplus $325,000
Depository for the State of Virginia
and
City of Richmond
3%
Savings Accounts
Is the DUTY of every Banking Institution.
It is the policy of this strpng, progressive company not
only to put every safeguard around its depositors, but to
serve them in many other useful capacities. Whether you
desire to deposit your savings, borrow money to ex?
tend your business, to build a home or for other pur?
poses, we are at your service. Acts as Executor, Trustee
under Will, Administrator, Trustee under Mortgages,
Registrar of Stocks, Bonds, Notes, etc.
Correspondence and interviews invited.
O. J. SANDS._.President
A. R. HOLLADAY .Vice-President
R. M. KENT.Cashier
R. D. CAMPBELL .Assistant Cashier
BROAD STREET BANK
303 EAST BROAD STREET.
Temporary locatio'1 during construction of new banking house.
Capital .... $200,000
Surplus and undivided Profits $110,000
W. M. Habliston, Pres.; J. W. Rothert, Vice-Pres.; Tno. G. Walker, 2d Vlce
Pres.; Andrew M. Glover, Cashier.
PERSONAL AND BUSINESS ACCOUNTS SOLICITED.
With assets of over $l,7CO,C00. every inducement consistent with good
larking is offered to its customers. 3 per cent, allowed in Savings Depart?
ment. Bank is open till 8 o'clock Saturday evenings.
3ftauroaDff.
SOUTHERN RAILWAY
TRAINS I.KAVE RICHMOND.
N. B.?Following schedule flK'ires published
as information and not guaranteed:
6:10 A. M.?Dally?Local for Charlotte. Dur?
ham and Ralegh. 19:45 A. M. ? Dally ?Limit?
ed?Fors all points South. Drawing Room
I Buffet Sleeping Car to Memphis via Aahe
j vllle and Chattanooga. J;00 1'. M. Ex. Sun.?
I Local f?,r Durham and Intermdiate stations.
I 6:00 P. M. Ex. Sun.?Keysvltlo Local. 11:48
P. M.?Dally?Limited?For all points South.
Pullman ready 9:69 P. "M.
YORK RIVER LINE.
4:30 P. M.-Ex. ASun.?To West Pt.. connect?
ing for Baltimore Hon., Wed. and Frl. *:O0
A. M.?Ex. Sun. and 2:15 P. M.-Mon., Wed,
I and Frl.?Local to West Point.
TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND.
From the South: 6:50 A. M.. 8:05 P. M ,
I dally; S:49 A. M. Ex. Sun.; 12:?6 Ex. Sun.;
|2:00 P. M. dally. From West Point: 9:30 A.
M. Dally: 11:35 A. M. Wed. and Frl.; 4:?S P.
M. Ex. Sun.
S. E. BUROESS. D. P. A..
920 E. Main St. 'Phone Madison 4S3.
I Richmonfl,Fredericisli'g & Potomac R. H
TO AND FROM WASHINGTON AND BEYOND.
Leave Richmond 1 Arrlre Richmond
?4.60 A.M. Bird 8t.SU.
i ?6.201.?. Bjrl Bt.Sto.
1 ?5.48 A.M. Main 8t.8u.
57.16 A.M.Djrd St.Sta.
?3.40 A.M. Bjrd St. Sta.
{9.80 A.M. Main 8t. 8ta.
c ln.ol noon lljrrd St. Sta.
}4.<):> P.M. Bird St. Sta
ia.li P.M.Klba Station.
?6.16 P.M. Main St. Sta.
?8.20 P.M. UjrdSt. Ku
?7.60A.M. BrrdSt.Sta.
>11.26 A.M. Elba Station,
til.81 A.M. Bytd St.Sta.
?1.12 P.M. Main St. Sta.
?2.46 P.M. Hjrd St.Sta.
*7.26 P.M. BjrdSt.Sta.
tS.10 P.M. Main Bt.St?.
1).10 P.M. Byrd Kt.Ma.
tlO.20 P.M. Byrd St. Sta.
?11.26 P.M. MalnSl.Ma.
* 12.6Uni|bt BrrdSt.Sta.
ACCOMMODATION TRAINS?WEEKDAYS.
Lostc Bjrd St. HL?. 1.30 P. H. for Frederlcksbarr.
Leare Elba Sta. 7.60 A. K.,6.30 P. M. for Ashland,
arrlre Bird St.Sta. 8.26 A.M. from Frederlekkb'g.
Arrlre Elba Sta. 6.80 A.M.,6.80 P.M.from Ashland.
?Daily, t Weekdays. ISundaya only,
f Daily except Monday.
All trains ta or from Byrd Street Statioa
' (except traina leaving 4.50 ?. m. and arriving
M.50 night) stop at Elba. Time of arrivals and
*6?p&riurea not guaranteed. Read the signs.
! Atlantic Coast Line
.1 \ NIJA It V 9. 1911.
TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND DAILY.
Fur Florida and South: 1:00 A. M., 8:15 A.
M. and ?:36 P. M? '10:30 P. M.
Fi'V Norroik: 9:00 A. M., 3:00 P. M.. 4:16
P. M.
For N. <fc W. Ry. West: 6:15 A. M? 9:00 A.
M? 3:C0 P. M. and 9:30 P. M.
For Petersburg: 1:00 A M , 6:15 A. M., 8:15
A. M.. 6:(0 A. M.. 12:10 P. M.. 3:00 P. M..
4: 10 P. M.. 6:06 P. M.. 7:35 P. M., 9:20 P. M..
11:45 P. M.
l?"or (Jr.ldwboro and Fayettevllle: ?4:10 P. M.
Trains arrive. Richmond dally: 4:40 A. M.,
0:10 A. M.. 6:40 A. M.. 17:05 A. M.i ?s:~ A, M.,
??10:45 A. M., 11:40 A. M., ?2:00 P. M.. "2:15
P. M.. 6:05 P. M:, 6:35 P. M.. 8:00 P. M., 9:0o
I P. M.. 11:30 P. M.
i *Except Sunday. JExcept Monday. ??Sun
'fday only .
Time of arrive and departure and connec
I lions not guaranteed.
C. S. CAMPBELL. D. P. A.
1 Richmond & Petersburg Electric Railway
I Cars leave Manchester, Seventh and Perry
I Streets, for Petersburg:
I ?6, 7, 8, ?9, 10. 11. ?12 A. M., 1. 2, ?3, 4. 6,
??5:45. '6. 7. 8, ?9, 10 P. M.
11:00 P. M. for Chester, 12:00 midnight for
1 Petersburg.
Cars leave Petersburg, foot of Sycamore
Street, for Manchester:
I 15:15, 6:35. ?*7:lt. '7:35, 8:25, 9:35. ?10:35. 11:35
1 A. M.i 10:36, ?1:35. 2:35. 3:35. ?4:35. 5:3f. 6:35.
?7:35. 8:35. 9:35. ?10:40. 11 :40 P. M.
! IDaily except Sunday and holidays.
?Carries baggage and express.
??Limited, except Sundays and holiday*.
All oars from Petersburg connect with
cars for Richmond.
Norfolk and Western Railway
ONLY ALL RAIL LINE TO NORFOLK.
Schedule in Effect January 10, 1811.
Leave Byrd Street Station. Richmond, FOR
NORFOLK: ?9:00 A. M.. ?3:00 P. M.. ?4:10 M.
M.
FOR LYNCH BURG AND THE WEST:
?6:15 A. M., ?9:00 A. M., ?3:00 P. M.. ?9:20
P. M.
Arrive Richmond from Norfolk: ?11:40'A.
M.. J6:35 P. M.. ?11:30 P. M. From the West:
?6:60 A. M.. a2:00 P. M? b2:16 P. M.. 6:05 P.
M:i ?9:C0 P. M.
?Dally. aDally. ex. Sunday. bSunday only.
Pull man. Parlor and Sleeping Cars. Cafe
Dining Cars. C. H. BOSLEY.
D. P. A., Richmond, Vs.
W. B. BEVILL, a. P. A.. Roanolte. Va.
Fabre Line
J. XV. Rlwcll A Co.
U. A., 19 State St.,
N. Y.
AZORES-ITALY.
NICE?MARSEILLES,
4.K00 Miles of Delight.
Venezla.April 1, 3 P, M.
Oornianla..April 8.3 P.M.
Sent Anna. April 15, 3 P. M.
_ Roma.April 29. 3 P. M.
S. H. BOWMAN. 708 E. Main St.
tDLCTD?MlNr?NUNE
Lv. Richmond foot of Ash St. dally,7:00 P. M.
Leave Newport News.5:00 A. M.
Arrive Norfolk.6:00 A. M.
Connects with main line steamers' leaving
Norfolk for Now York dally except sun.Viy
7:00 P. M. Connections also made by NT. &
W. Ry. 3 P. M. and C. & O. Ry. at 4 P. M.
Night Line steamers atop at Claromont to
land or rocclvo passongora on signal.
VIRGINIA NAVIGATION CO.?James River
by daylight for Norfolk. Old Point. New?
port News and all James River landings.
Stoamcr leaves Monday, Wednesday anal
Friday at 6:30 A. M. Freight received for all
James River landings. 'Phone Madison 176.
Main Ticket Office, 821 E. Main Street.
A Snug
Bank Balance
Will never com? nmlsa. It will
open opportunities and provide
the wherewithal to grasp them.
Just as well start In our Sav?
ings Department now as later.
Nobody ever trained anything by
putting off thl?. important etep.
Richmond, Vs,
3fyf Capital & Surplus Q syf
/0 $2,000,000 3 yO
National Bank of Virginia
Capital, - $1,200,000
Surplus, - $ 600,000
Accounts . aolicited
Ninth and Main Streets
E. A. Harber, Jr.,
f ortified Public Accountant.
E. A. BARBER & CO.,
ACCOUNTING. AUDITING,
OHO A NFAING, SYSTEMATIZING
SIS Mutual Building,
Phone MndlNon 53*.'!. Illchmond, Va,
Bear in mind that we pay 3 Per
Cent. Compound Interest on Sav?
ings Accounts, compounded semi
annuaily.
Commonwealth Bank
S>teamboat?>.
Enjoy that
long-thought-of trip to
EUROPE
upon modern steamers equipped with
every comfort and convenience.
London?Paris?Bremen
Express Sailings Tuesdays.
Fast Mail Sailings every Thursday.
Gibraltar?Algiers?Naples
and Genoa
Sailings Saturdays
with Company's connections for Egypt
and the Far East.
Wireless and Submarine Service.
I Travelers' Checks.
BiSpfW Arownd-the-World Trips, S618.
' Sill! ^^Sendfor our book?it gives aU.de.taUt,
ti m^jOELRICHS & CO.,Gen. Afts*
I' - r i'^r^Sw ? Broadway, N. Y
Itl^?lPtotoit? or Local Agsnu
Co
lo
u? ROUND Tri? rnou Nl* ?o??
brti Sc*?? ?? ft "hrrKudla*." WBomm urIUscsst
Wednesday, lb ?- ? '
BOg* Msisi stecirfenuiB wirmets tstrmw ??
twtRM, oowf.ti acq oni?_Ste?nifr igndtn? Deesen*?? ei
the dot* In Bermuda
New S. 8. "Guiana" satis April 1st, and
other steamers fortnightly for St. Thomas,
St. Crolx, St. Kitts Antigua, Guadaloupe,
Dominica, Martinique. St. Lucia, Barbadoes
and Demerarn. For illustrated pamphlets
apply to A. E. OUTERBRIDGE & CO., Gen'l
Agfa., Quebec S, S. Co?, Ltd., 29 Broadway,
New York,
or Samuel II. Bowman, 70S East Main Street,
or nay ticket agent, or Quebec 8. S. Co.,
Ltd., Quebec.
mATT TE? Co EUROPE, ORIENT
iyU JCK S>round the WORLD
FIRST-CLASS ONE i. Programs FREE. Also
Automobile Tours, escorted and private (3Id
year).
DE TOTTER TOURS. 32 Broadwoy. N. V,
I" EUROPE the ORIENT
30 fine tours, upward. Frequent
sailings. 11th Annual Orient Cruise.
Feb. 1, 1912, by S, S. Arabic; 71 days,
all expenses, 9400 and upward.
C Round the World Tours, 1911 j Ql,bo0
and up.
, s. II. Bowmnn, Southern Tourist '?Beut,
1 708 12. Main St., Richmond, Va.

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