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New York
Stock Market
i
Kow York, Juno 23.?A slecidodly
firmer lone was apparent In tho stock
market to-day, and tho losses which
occurred during yesterday's shnrp re?
action were largely made up. Trading
tell to so low a point, bowovor. as to
lob tlic movement of much of Us slg
iilucuuoo, no important operations be?
ing attempted on either side of tho
market. The bourse of stocks Illus?
trated aptly the uncertainty which has
Iseemed to be the predominant charac?
teristic of the situation during most
or the present month. There were no
t;-:n* of pressure which was exerted
vestorday, and with 11* disappearance
traditiK seemed to be utterly without
motive. Following on upturn early
In the day, prices barely moved, except
in the ? ase of a few Issues, which in
crensod their ?ains toward the close.
Blocks were in scant supply, and whon
covering by shorts was attempted
prices rose steadily, the demand fell
<?! sharply at the bisher levels, und
business was of minor proportions dur- j
Ins afternoon The number of
gharse dealt In between 1 and 2 o'clock j
barely exceeded lO.OOO shares.
The hardening tendency of the mar-I
>:et was most apparent unions the ac- ]
live Issues, in Union Pacific which led
the market at n substar?ttal advance.
The Erics, Canadian Pacific. Union Pa
culc. Atchlson. I'niied Slates Rubber
ami General Floeule also, showbd es?
pecial strength, and Undorwood Type?
writer rose live points to 90 Sentl- J
ruenl was more cheerful, following j
yesterday's outburst of pessimism, al- I
though the day was almost barren of
developments with lnllue.no? upon the
ninrket.
N'ews from Wnshln.irton that no
moyo had been made to procure a re?
hearing by the Supreme Court of the
American Tobacco case within tho
lime stipulated was followed by re?
newed pressure against American To?
bacco on tho "curb." and tho stock
lost ten points.
Crop advices received to-day were
fragmentary, and contained Utile in
fornifltlon of assistance In shaping sen?
timent. While further unfavorable re?
ports <.iiue from the Northwest, such
Information as had been obtainable
In the last da> or two give? i(s,> to the
belief that less damage has been done
than has been indicated bv the so
called "crop-killers," whoso chief in?
terest apparently is speculative.
Another favorable weekly rejvort of
bank clearings throughout the coun?
try bore out ihe testimony which has
been discussed of a slow betterment
In some lines of business. The report
disclosed an Increase of more than 1.1
per cent, in clearings, as compared
With the corresponding week last year.
Virtually every clt> reported gains.
?Ith the exception of Pittshurc. whose
statement of a decrease of 20 per cent
reflected the condition <->f t^o iron and
!-:ed markets. nowh movements of
currency dnrlnc t!ie week-end Indi?
cated that a further substantial gain
In cash will be reported In to-morrow's
statement.
The bond market1 was stendv. Tola]
silos, par value. $2,12S:000, United
Pt3:o? bonds were unchnnced nn call.
Total s?An~ f,,r ,h(. d.iv. 207.700
fhares ' '
N'ew York, 'une 23.?Monev .->n call
*teady< 2 1 -1 -T 2 a.?; ruling rate, ? a-S:
Closing hid. 2; nifeped at 2 1-S Time
loans easy: sixty days. 2 1-2 per cent.;
ninety day*. 2 3-1: six months, 3 i-?
1-2. Close: Prime mercantile paper
434^1-2 per .-ent. Sterling exchange
fteadj- with nciual business In bank?
ers hills at $4 54 for sixty-day' bills
.=.-.d ?ttl.$5?5ijTt4 <>'. for demand", Com
PJ*rj5'al bills |4:S3 1-2. Bar silver.
"- ' v MJ6>clcan dollars. 4.V Govern?
ment bonds steady. Railroad honds
Ft C2<iy.
RICHMOND STOCK MARKET.
By Richard W. Maury,
fcVc k ?r.d Bond Broker. 1015 E. Main Street.
? Richmond. Va.. June 24, 1911.
?A!,Ef AT BOARD.
Vtrrtnla-Carolina Chemical 1st Mort.?1,000 ]
lit 1?.
STATE J5ECL*RiTIBH. Bid. Asked, j
Virginia 3?. Old. C. and R.. 19M? f5'-S .
Va.'centu.-lei, C. and R. 1991.. MS .
CITY SECURITIES.
Rich. City tf. C ind R . 155S-194?.
RAILROAD BONDS.
A C. L R. R. Con. Tr. 4 p. e.;.. M
C and O. Gcn'l 1! . ;!-is. 1W2. 101
Georgia. So. und Fla., 1>15. 10S
Gl and A'.a. Con. fs, 1945. 105
Norfolk ir.d W?i. By. ts. 19? ... 9?
Seaboard Air Lina 4s, 1950.S7 ... I
F'sboard Adjustment ?s. 19t9.... ...
Southern Railway lit ?s. 1994.... 105
Western N. C. is! ?s. C. 1914.1W
STREET RAILWAY BONDS.
Va. Ry. and Power Co, .'s. 153?.... K;l ...
RAILROAD STOCKS. Par.
Atlantic Coa'tt Ur,? com.100 117 ... \
Chesapeake and Ohio.IM fV.i ...
Norfolk and Western com.100 109
Seaboard Company 1st pfd.100 S7 ...
Heabpard Company l'nd pfd.IM 61 ...
feaborird Company com.100 70
Southern Railway pfd.llr) 70
(Southern Railway com .1M 39
HANK A*ND TRUST CO. STOCKS.
American National.HO 17t ITS
Bruad street. ?j t2
j:ai:k ni Commerce und Trusts.H-0 125
FIim National.100 32S
Merrhants' National .ICO C90
National Bank of Vlrglnln.100 194
Katlonul State and City Bank..ICO ITS ...
Planten Nations).100 700 ...
Fnvlnns Bank of Dlrhmond.?i C7 ...
t'nion Bunk of Richmond.GO Tii
Vlierlnia Triiat Company.100 1?
INRI.'HANOB COMPANIES.
Virginia Fire rind Marine Ins.. 2S ?9
MISt'E l>LA N ROCS.
Amcrlrnn Locomotive pfd. 110
V.l.-Car. Chem. Pfd. S p. c.100 1:3 155
Vi.-Cur. ?'him, com.1O0 55
Y.i -Car, Chem. 1st Morl. 5s, iM3.. 100 1(0<i
Quotations for Interest-paying bonds nre
i,t a pri'.r- to which Interest must bo add?
ed. Income bond* and certificates of In
debtidnrt*! ar? flab
POND LIST
American Tobacctf Company ts. fMi
American Tobacco Company fis. I0t?i
Atlant!': r>o??: Line Isi <s Ibid). 9651
Atlantic Coast Line <*onv. 4? (bifll. 99*4
Atlantic ?"o:ist Llne-L. and N. 4h tuldi. 94
Chesapeake and Ohio conv. 4s. ;?*.
Norfolk and Western conv. is. lf:?H
f,<a!,t.ard Air Line stpi. Is . s;
F.-:iliourd A'.r Line adj. ?k iblrtl. 79
Seaboard Air Lino new 4s (bid). Sitl
Southern B^ll Telephone is. 99?i
Southern Itnltwiiv dev. Is. T.'Y,
Southern Railway con. r.6. 10-i>i
1,'nltcd States stiel r.s. if.',';
Vu. Brown Bros. clfs. Cs. f.7U.
VS.-Car. (.'hem 1st it tbtd). 'M
Wabaih deb. 4s. e?
Panama r,?--v 3s (bid). Itt%
COTTON MARKETS.
New Yr>rk. June S3 ? The cotton market i
showed a Mwewh-t steadier tone lo-day;
owing to the Increased buying by trad* in- |
(erects and covering lor over the week-end. '
but fur:!.er ??';;(. or showers were reported1
In Texas and advances ?vor? not maintained. '.
tii<- close being n-t unchanged to 31
points higher.
Receipts to-day l.tfrfS ba'.e? against 3.0T4 |
last week and 3.':2i Um year Tor the week i
Jf'.'Vj bales against 12 771 ln?t yeok and U.MI 1
last year. To.day's receipts n! Now Orleans, I
!l) bales against M3 last yenr. and at llous- I
Ion, 1.1*7 bales against last year. ; '
Cotton futures opened :inri closed steady;
Open. High. Low. Close.
June. 14.(3
July .M.71 14.77 W,f> it ;i
Augoei . .H.,17 H.*J 1H5 H,.10
September .13 si 13.? it.iA 13.37
October . .13 0? IS 1 12.?. pj.nj,
t.ov/.mber . -. M-W ?.?2 ?KM I
OPKN AN ACCOUNT WITH
The Union Bank
of Richmond
3107 EAST MAIN STUF VT.
tl.00 MAKES A STAUT. 8 PER
CENT. INTEREST
Official Range and Sale of Stocks in New York
Sales. Stock.
Allts-Chnlmors .
Allls-Chaliuers, pfd...?..
8,200 Amalgamated Copper ...
200 Amor. Agrl. Chem., com.
2,100 Amer. Beet Sugar, com..
090 American Can .
ICO American Can, pfd.
100 Amor. Car and Foundry.
Amer. Car and Foun.. pfd
100 American Cotton Oil.
American Linseed Oil.
American Locomotlvo ...
Amer. Locomotive, pfd...
320 Amer. Malt Co., pfd.
2,100 Amor. Smelting, x 1%
300 American Sugar .
4.L50 Amor. Tel. und Tel. Co...
673 American Tobacco, com.
SCO Americun Tobncco, pfd..
i?? Anaconda Copper .
6,600 Atcblson .
Atlantic Coast Line.
400 Baltimore and Ohio.
Brooklyn Bapld Transit.
8.800 Canadian Pacific .
2,200 Chesapeake and Ohio....
100 Chicago Oreut \VcBtorn.
4.'.? Chi.. Mil. and 8t. Paul...
WO Chicago and North wost.
Colorado Fuel and Iron.
Colorado and Southern..
10"' Consolidated Oas .
Ko Delaware and HudHon...
<f?> Den. and Bio Oran., uom.
I.COO Den. and Rio Qrnn., pfd.
Distillers' Sec. Cor.
0,100 Erie .
II,."/!?. -Erle. lEt pfd.-.
Fed. Mln. and Sm., pfd..
100 General Electric .
4,000 Great Northern, pfd.
1(0 Groat Northern Ore otfs
100 Illinois Central .
400 Inlerboro-Mot.
By T UOM AS BRANCH & CO.. Bankers and Brokors
Closing.
Open. High. Low. Bid Asked. Sales. Stock.
70%
67
64
10%
mi
62%
41%
SO Ii
ua
149%
son
96%
39%
112'i
107Vi
?0
241 %
K-'lt
i?%
1 I!'.*.
1?%
171
60%
86
16304
ISO
'"?iv,
140%
is
70%
67
86%
6C
41%
i-1%
119
149%
4lfl
90%
40
113%
1OTK
80%
WVt
83%
*3%
140%
US
171
?8%
mi
r.7
io*%
61%
H0%
18
70,4
60%
64
10*4
s&%
66
62% 62%
41%
t0%
119
148%
3M>
95%
39%
112%
ibY%
80
241%
831*,
SK
1ICH
1411?
l7l
58
M
M
i?%
1.T.14
61%
140%
17?,
9%
33
70%
56%
64 V?
U
Ml
IIS
63
U94
42
110
42
81'.*
120
l-lS-s
397
88
40 %
113%
129
107 Ti
80%
24234
83%
?4
120% 130%
146% 147%
8%
29V.
? 70%
56%
04%
io%
ss%
551*
116
51%
? U%
41
10S
41%
SRI?
110%
1IS%
396
39%
113%
12S
107%
60%
212%
83 V4
23?.).
3i%
?4%
149
171
28
fi?ij
BS%
S0>i
r>s
?m
102 t?,
186%
62
140%
IS
Df.
K?*
115%
172
23V
60
37
30%
r.1%
05 %
lMk
ia<vvt
m%
141
1S%
500 Intet boro-Mel., pfd.
Int. Mer. Marine, oom...
International Paper ....
550 Int. Paper, pfd.
210 Kan. City South., com..
2,100 Lohlgh Valley .
2t>? Loulavlllo and Nashvllto
100 Manhattan .
C00 Mo.. Kan. and Texas....
Mo., Kan. and Tex., pfd.
300 Missouri Pacific .
623 National Lead.?
000 New York Central.'
400 N. Y., Ont. and Western
C.CO0 Norfolk and Western...
9.S00 Northorn Pncllic .
200 Poclllc Mall .
1.800 Pennsylvania .
People's Gas .
100 Pressed Steel Car.
Pressed Stoel Car, pfd..
400 Ry. Steel Spring, com...
25,800 Reading .
160 Republlo Iron and Steel
Republic L (Hid S., pfd..
2.2CO Hock Island .
Rock Island, pt'd.
Sloss-Sheffield .
3.900 Southern Pacific .
1,100 Southern Railway .
100 Southern Railway, pfd.
75 Standard Oil .
200 Tennesseo Copper .
100 Texas Pacific .
30.400 Union Pacific .
700 United States Rubber...
31.401) United States Steel.
1.300 United States Steel, pfd
2.005 Vn.-Car. Chemical .
Va.-Car. Chemical, pfd..
Vn. Rv. and Power, com
100 Wabash .
Opon. High.
50% 60%
Low.
60%
47%
85
178%
149vi
135
36%
49%
60
109%
44M
1W>%
132%
27
124
47%
35%
179%
149%
135
3614
49%
66
109%
?K5%
109%
133%
27
124%
38% 36%
37%
158%
30%
119%
31
70%
650
41%
28%
184
7?%
118%
66%
88
159%
30-H
33% 33%
120%
31%
70-%
C50
41%
28%
185%
41%
78%
118%
6614
47%
35
17S?i
149%
1S5
36%
*49
65%
109
41%
109
132%
27
121%
" 36%
37%
1SS%
30-%
119
31
70?,
645
41%
2S%
184
40%
77\
US
65%
Closing.
Bid. Asked.
60% 61
4% 6%
10% 11%
47% 47%
85% S?%
20) Wabash. pfd.
1,100 Western Union .
Total sales for day. 315.700 sh
17
37%
79
17
37%
79
37*;
78%
1.res.
135
86%
66%
49%
65%
109%
45
, 109%
133%
26*?
121%
105 Ti
361*
101 %
38
159%
30
93%
33%
66%
49
120
31%
70%
640
41%
2S
1K>%
41
7S%
118
*%
125
35%
17
37?i
79
December .IK.03 13.13 13.00 13.04
janunry .13.01 13.H 13.01 13.02
Marati .13.07 13.IS 13.07 13 0?
May .13 1? 1320 13.15 13.111
Spot cotton olosed quiet. 10 points lower: j
middling uplands, 15.10; middling gulf, 15.35. 1
Pales 121 bales.
Cotton, quiet: middling. 16.10; gross re?
ceipts. 51* bales; sales. 124 bnles; stock. IIS,- .
S23 bole* 1
Total to-day at all ports?Net receipts, j
L20S hales; export to Great Britain. S? bales; |
to the Continent. 2,071 bnles: stock, 247.416
bales.
Consolidated at all ports?Net receipts.
6.917 bales: export to Great Drltaln, 1,234
bnles: to the Continent. 19.OS0 hales; to
Japan. 253 hales.
Total since September 1 nt all ports?Not
receipts. $,429,030 bales; export to Great
Brlintn. 3.232.S10 hales; to France. S9S.2I2
bales; to the Continent. 2.953,555 bales; to
Japan, 14S.S?* bales: to Mexico. 2.075 hales.
New Orleans, La.. June V,?Cotton futures
opened steady. 1 point up tox 1 point off. The
close was steady. 5 points d\wn to h point*
up c.ompir.?d with yosterday. Spot cotton
steady and unchanged. Sales on spot 90
hales and 75 to arrive: middling, 15o. Clos?
ing bids: June. 14 S7: July. 14 S'; August.
14.M; September. 13.19; October. 12.9S! Decem?
ber, 12.M: January. 12.9?; March, 1S.09.
LOCAL MAJIKET QUOTATIONS.
(Furnished by Levy Commission Co.. Com?
mission Merchants. Richmond, Va.l
Richmond. Va., June 23. 1911.
ACT HAL WHOLESALE QUOTATIONS OF
MARKET.
LIVE POULTRY.
Chickens, choice, small, lb? 22
Chickens, choice, medium. Ib.. 23
Chickens, large, lb. 23
Hens, lb. 13
Roosters, each. 3b O 40
Ducks, large, young, lb. 15
Ducks, small, young, lb. 12 ? 12^}
EGGS-CRATED.
In crates, nearby, fresh, doa.. IT
In crates, other sections, dos.. 17
Guinea eggs, do/.. 12
BUTTER.
Family, choice, fresh, lb. is <J 20
Merchants', fair, lb. 16
LIVE STOC1C
Veals, choice to fancy, lb- 7%
Veals, poor to fair, lb. ?'S1 7
Calves, runners, lb. 6 ttf 6
6hccp. !b. ? 3> 4M
Lambs, spring, lb. 6 & 7
Cattle, fair to prime, lb. 4 '<? ?
Hogs, lb.A- ? H' ?b
COUNTRY-CURED BACON.
Hams, well smoked, small, lb. 17
Hams, weil Rinoke.il. large, lb. 15 Q' 16
Eides, well smoked, lb..-. 12\42> 13
Shoulders, well smoked, b.... 12
HIDES.
Dry flint, lb. 17
Drv salt, lb. 15
Green, salt, lb. 10
Green, lb. 9
Green, damaged, lb. S <3 t
Tallow . 5
Beeswax . 27
WOOL.
Ch.. unwashed, free of burrs.. 2?
Ch., unwashed, lightly bnrry.. 1J
Ch.. unwashed, medium burry. 15
Ch., unwashed, heavy burry.. 12
MARKET CONDITIONS.
Receipts of poultry heavy and with small 1
demand our market lower and very wenk.
Butter active and wanted. Other lines ac?
tive
NEW YOItK PRODUCE MARKET.
Now Y"ork. June 23.?Flour?Firm with a
moderate local trade. Ryo Flour?Quiet.
Cornmeal and Rye?Firm. Barley?Firm.
Wheat?Easy; No. 2 red. r.j*ic. elevator and
9t*ift f. o. b. afloat. Futures closed barely
steady nt H *<,c. net decline. July. 9571c.;
September, K I-Hc. j December, 9$Hc Corn?
Easy; export. No. 2 new. C3c. f. o. h. afloat.
Futures closed unchanged to l'Jc. net lower.
July, 62*ic.; September, sic.; Decembnr,
S6%c Oats?Steady. Futures nomlnnl.
Lard?Easy. Tallow?Quiet. Petroleum?
Steady. Wool-Quiet. Rosin? Easy. Turpen- |
tine?Firm. Molasses?Steady. Rice?Quiet j
Sugar?Raw. firm; refined, steady. Coffee?
Futures closed quiet, net unchanged to 2 1
points lower. Spot, steady; Rio. No. 7. 12*40.';
Santos. No. 4. 13V|0 : rnlld. quiet; Cordova.
13ff 15c. nominal. Butter. Cheese nnd Eggs?
Firm. Potatoes?Firm ; Fluithern. No. 1. }3<r ]
4.2."?; Southern. No. 2. 52 // 2.50; Jersey sweets.1
basket, {1.E04J 2.00. Cabbages?Steady; Long
Island, crate. ll.754T2.25: nearby. Jl.SOTf 2."0;
Southern crate. 11.503 2-50. Peanuts and
Freights? Unchanged.
Cottonseed oil was easy for spot nnd neai
months under scattered liquidation nnd con?
tinued poor demand for real oll. Lato
months, however, wore firm on covering of
shorts nnd speculative buying. Futures
closed 9 points lower to 3 points higher.
June, fi 7nc.fr..July. 0.21 r, f.,?:,; August. 6.36'.,
S.S7; prime summer yellow, spot, 6.25(57.20;
summer white, r..40177.co.
CHICAGO GKAIN MAHKKT.
fhlcago. III., June 23?Marketing of now j
wheat gave the price of Ihe cernnl n firm] 1
downward swine. It wns a nervous, flighty
session, however, with many a trailer keep,
ing an finxiou* eye on ernp developments
In North D:ikoin. The close was '4 3Hr.
lower than last night. Corn finished 'I'Jf'Hc.
down; onts ',40^0. off, imd provisions at &<!/
12:4c decline.
Lending futures le-dfiy ranged n? follows:
High. Low. Clous.
Open.
soy,
89',i [
Wit !
42?. i
43'4
wnr.AT?
Jnlv .
?Sept.
Dec.
(O UN
July .
S=ept.
Dec.
OATS?
July .
Sept.
Dec. *M
Miiss PORK?Per 1.1.1.
July .16.S6
Sept .15.".'.
I.AItO?Par 110 lbs.
July . 8.V2
Kept.837
Oer.9.1?
Jan.4.10
SHORT RIDS?Per 10? lbs.
July . S.33 V
Hept.M2 i.li ?.37 f.i7
Jim . 7.S0 T.M 7 72 7j2
i'4?h grain closed: Wheat -No. 2 r-.i jfif)
9114c.; No 3 red. y-?*(J0e.; No. 2 hi.rrt. BS'it/i
-i-i?ir.. No. 3 hard. MffliOc.; No. 1 nor than,
ST'uH.OJ; No. 2 northern. K?tl;01; No "a
Northern. 904JR', No. t spring, Mi/'*:.; No.
f sptlng. ?ff9J4\; velvet chaff. 8i??U4c; da
mm. .v>tl&7c. Corn?No ?. !&v, T\ r.7e.. >;,, ?
while. f.(>i 5f S7'if : No. 2 yellow, w\ ?/ r.7",r ;
No 3 and No 3 white. 88?!?'?? : No 3 yellow,
KU fttYJe. i Ne t and No 4 white, Hi) ?/.<? :
No. I yellow, f. I'.?fi .'??<? Oau-Nn. 2. 4M, '?
4l%c ; No. 2 white, 4?iia43'ie.; No. 3 white,
ll!4<?42Me.: N<, 4 white. 41V4W42?.: msridard.
4I?4?i,4c
t.i:,
S.40
S.15
V10
s.;o
3 32
h.10
8 07
8 20
IS. 50
1S.&7
naltlmore. Md., June 21.?Wheat?Steady;
spot, contract, ft?'ic. Corn?Quiet: ?not. con
tract, n ;f.'?>.;.- Oats?Steady; No. 3 white.]
47?4'54Sc. Rye?Quiet; Xn. 2 western, domes?
tic, MfiJKc,
RICHMOND GRAIN MARKET.
Richmond. Va? June 23, 19U.
WHOLESALE QUOTATIONS ON 'CHANGE.
WHEAT?Car lots.
No. 2 rod. Western.! 97
No. 2 rod. Virginia. 56
No. 3 rod. g> 95
Virginia (bag lots). So {|i 95
COHN-Car lots.
No. 2 white.. 15 G4
No. 3 while. H (IS
No. I mixed. <2> 65
No. 3 mixed. -ft St
Virginia (hag lots). 55 Q> 67
OATS?Car lots.
N"o. 3 mixed. 45
No. 3 mlxcj... 4Pi
No. 2 white. "? 4S
No. 3 white. (7
RICHMOND HAY MARKET.
Richmond, Va.. June 23, 1911.
>tarket steady at quotations. Receipts tot
this week, 730 tons; receipts for lnsi week,
453 tons; same week last year, 217 tona.
N'o. l Timothy/. 25.60
.Vo. 2 Timothy. 24.CO
So. 3 Timothy. 20 0" Sf 21.56
Light Clover, mixed.;.. 21.00
S'o. 1 Clover, mixed. 23.00
N'o. 2 Clover, mixed. 20.00
So. 1 Clover. 19.00
.Vo. 3 Clover. Nominal
STRAW?Compressed . 7.50 @ 8.00
Loose pressed, largo bales.... 9.00
6HUCKS?Compressed . Nominal
Loose-pressed, large ba'cs.... 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 Hay Associa?
tion.
CATTLE MARKETS.
RICHMOND LIVE STOCK MARKET.
(Sales at Union Stock Yards.)
Richmond. Va.. June 23. 1911.
Report of live slock market for lh(> wook
ending June 19:
Receipt??Cattle, 12S head; calves. 74 head;
cheep, 244 head; hogs, 653 head.
Best steers, 6c ; medium to good, 5 rr.'.^ic..
common to fair, 4?lK<s.; best heifers. f.'.4c.;
medium to fair, 4ff 4*ic.; common to fair.
(KfiMVic.; beut cows. 4\$?5c.; medium to
good, ft? (tic.; common to fair. 2K'd-3Hc.;
bulls. >Vx94ttb.: best calves. 7Hc.; common,
ff??c. Cows nnd calves, 120350.00 per head.
Rest Hebt hogs, ({HUc; heavy. 5?; if 6c:
sheep; S'lftVic; Uiinhs. 6'S7c.
Chicago. III., June 23?Cattle?Receipts. 17.
500 head. Market steady. Beeves, $4.S?t?
8.70; Texas steers, f 4.4593 6.09; Western steers,
$4.7595.70; stockers nnd feeders, ?3.25(35.(0:
cows and heifers. S2.40'5 5.S5; calves. J5.75'?
S.C0 Hogs?Receipts 17,000 head. Market
weak nt opening figures; one lood nt J6.G5:
light. <S.20<fM.?2Vi; mixed. 16.203 fi.f.2?4y, heavy I
f6.15576.60; rough, !6.15,f}6 25; goo rtto choice j
heavy, |6.26$T?.G0; pigs. {5.70^6.40; hulk of
6a!es. 56.40^6.55. Sheep?Receipt? 15.9CO head.
Market steady. Native. |4.U>(2M 75; yearlings,
1494.75; isnihs. $3.7596.20; western, {1*5(6.20.
New York, June 23.?Beeves?Receipts 2.655 I
head. Best steers firm; others slow. Steers. !
II.50(36.70; hulls. ?3(75.10: cows. 11.5094.40.
Calves?Receipts 523 head. Market abotrt
steady. Veals. S6.5077 9.25; culls. SSQ>6..00,
buttermilks. $4?>6.75, Sheep nnd Lambs?Re?
ceipts 1,192 head. Shvep nnd Lambs. 101F25C.
higher. Sheep, 1293-60; culls. $1771 50; iambs
t". A?ti 7.6:-. Hogs?Receipts 2,4->; head. Mar?
ket hlt-her at til.50tTC.S0.
RICHMOND TOBACCO MARKET.
Richmond. Va., June 23. 1911.
llrlghts?Receipts light on account of lale
season. Sun-Cured?Receipts lighter. Mar?
ket fairly active nt quotations. Rrown Ship?
ping?Receipts continue light; demand gl od
et quotations.
BROWN SHI P PI NO?R EO RDE R E D.
Lugs .I 7.R0 fi t S 50 j
Short leaf. 5.00 ? 10.50 i
Long leaf. 10.00 <$ 13.50 I
Wrappers . 13.00 & 15.00
BRIGHTS. I
SMOKERS?Common .$7.00 0 $ S.B0 I
Medium . 5.09 9 11.00 j
' Fine . 12.00 @ 13.00'
CilTTERS?Common . 12.60 ffj I2.M)|
Medium . 14.00 61 lG.'.O
! Finn . 17.00 ft K.VOl
! Fancy . 13.50 fi 20.00
j FILLERS?Common . S.00 <<X I0.C6
Medium . II.?) 12,00
Fine . U OO 9 1C.G0
WRAPPERS?Common . 15.00 'i\ 17.0)1
I Medium . IS.M 'fr 20.?)
C.ood .2S.00 <f 30? I
Fine. 32.50 fj 37.50
Fancy. 40.CO 'u 45.001
SIIN-CUIt ICD- N* K \v.
i-MKf. common to good . *>-"'' f? 7.M
I,?CS, Rood lo primp. 7,80 Ir S.SO
Short leaf. mo ?f 11.60
l.oiur leaf. 11.00 r" UM\
Wrappers .?_ H<>0 O 26.fl
l'rlmifnts . 100 1.00
MIS C KI. I .A NI: O U S M A It K |;TS.
I Reported l>> Rodders. McCahe & Co.)
Petersburg, Vn.. June- 23.?Peanuti.? Farm?
er*' Spanish quiet at St.27',4 pei bushel;
?helled Spanish, No. I. 1c. p?r pound; No.'?
?hnlled Spanish. '-i'.v,c. per pound. Vir
einlas? Bunch. I'. 6 IVL-c- per pound; fancy,
hand picked. 3\fil<-. per pound: exirn prlrnn
IVi^i'i^ic. per pound: prime. S'.iftS^c. pei
oonnd: machine picked, \i n'je. per pound:
rh.lling stock. 2*4 "'?'?. p. r pound.
dry norms MAHKKT.
New York, June 23 -The eotlop. Roods
markets ore quiet with little rhringe In
price tendencies. Yarns nre very qulci with!
son..- Inquiry fer late eontrnets. based on i
ii.iure cotton vn lues. The Jobbers are itolng '
n light trade., and arc not buying in antici?
pation. Local wool markets are firm, but
quiet.
NAVA Ii KTOP.RS.
Wilmington. N. June 23?Spirits Tin
p?ntlne?Steady lit MHc. i receipts f,0 casks,
rtosln Steady nt V^-\ receipts 200 hnrrels..
Tar?Firm at 12.20, Crude Turpentine?Firm
r,' |3 r,. .'i and SO; receipts in barrels.
Savannah, On., .lurit '-3 -Turpentine?FIrni
at Me.. ?a!es 103 casks, receipts 1 ..IT,I rank*;
shipments 47: cask*; stock 22.^77 cask*.
Hosln Firm: sales 3.431 barrels; receipts 3.f.0>
barrels; rhlpment? l,4.'o barrels: snek M.6II
barrels, Quote! B. JtJSJJ r,.: f s
M A Kl N K INTKI.I.IO I.NTMK.
PORT OF RKTIMONB. JUNR ?3, 1M1
ARRIVED
.nr.- Brandon. Ilarney, Norfolk, mer
rhandito ?nd pavsenKer*, Old Dominion Bine.
Hi earner Blanche. Pminap. Petersburg and
JDtnea Hiver landings, merchandise and pns
<e>elk. Kiirmaii Une.
BAI USD.
Xtenme.r Brandon, Ilarney, Norfolk, mir
;h?nrtl?. nr.d po*se.ns?rs. Old Doinlnipn I.ln*.
Steamer Pocahonlas. Gravgs. Norfolk nnd
J?rne? River landings, merchandise and pas?
sengers. Virginia Navlgatlo: Company.
Steamer Blanche. Furman. Petersburg nnd
James River landings, merchandise and pas
sengeis, Furman Line.
Dun. 4& Compsny's Review.
New 'York, June 23. ? R. G. Dun &
Company's weekly review of trade to?
morrow will say:
The actual volume of business con?
tinues below producing capacity, and
such Improvement as Is In evidence is
slow. Yet the I rend is unquestionably
for the better, and the movement
promises, to quicken as the crops ap?
proach nearer to harvest. It Is no?
ticeable thai the most optimistic trnde
reports come from those centres close
to the main agricultural sections.
Further Improvement, appears in Iron
and steel at a time when quietness
usually prevails, and the bookings of
the leading producers nre steadily In?
creasing. The betterment In trade has
extended to pig Iron also, which bus,
heretofore made a poor showing. Con?
siderable animation Is noted In fabri?
cated and structural stool, with largo
purchases In prospect, while additional
orders for about 20.000 tons of rails
have been placed, although Individual
contracts are small. Further read?
justment of prices Includes a rut of i
J2 per ton on wire products.
The trend of business In dry goods
1= again toward supplying only imme?
diate needs, the lack of anticipatory
buying by jobbers tending to increase
the volume of curtailment by mills
Trices are firm, and on fine count
bleached cottons advances have been
named on some lines. At Eastern cen?
tres the wool market is more qtilel.
but there Is still considerable business
negotiated in a quiet way.
Further slight improvement is notexl
in footwear, though most wholesalers
still operate conservatively.
Manuf aeuirors are confronted with
a higher leather market. X>ut as to
readjustment of prices a higher
basis Is noted. There is a regular de?
mand for shoe leathers to meet the
requirements, but the descriptions of
sole and upper present trading Is not
active, although the markets have
shown a gradual - Improvement tor
some time past. The domestic hide
markets continue in a strong position,
but at the higher quotations tanners
ere holding off. with the result that
trading in hoth packer and country
hides has been of much smaller vol?
ume than for several weeks past.
Hrndstrcet's- llcvlew.
New York, June 23.?Bradstreet's to?
morrow will say:
Warm, bright weather favors retail
trade in seasonable, light dress fabrics
and wearing apparel, which also feels'
the stimulus of earlier than usual
clearance sales. Jobbing and whole?
sale trade Is of a between-seasnns
character, immediate jobbing huslness
being largely confined to ?mall re?
orders to fill depleted stocks. While
business for fall and Inter dates Is
about fair, the disposition Is to act
conservatively, pending clearoj- views
of crop outcome and of possible tariff
revision. There is little new in Indus?
trial lines, restriction of production
still being in evidence In most lines of
manufacture, and In building activity
Is less marked than a year ago.
Cotton goods buying for the future
is still quiet, nnd production Is re?
stricted, but a hopeful view Is taken
as to the future, because of the general
agreement that crop conditions have
improved and that a record crop at
lower prices Is possible.
Business failures In tho United
States for the week ending June 22
were 22'J, against 212 lust week and
1S7 in the like week of 1010.
World** VIsifMc Supply.
New Orleans, June 23.?Secretary
Hester's statement of tho world's visi?
ble supply of cotton Issued to-dav.
shows the total visible is 2,591.357
hales, ngnlnst 2,SiS,S93 last week nnd
2.571,OOS last y'ear. Of this, the total
of American cotton is 1,477,357, against
1,553,883 last week and 1.461,60S last
year. and. of all other kinds, in,-hiding
Egypt. Brazil. India, etc.. 1,1 14.000,
against 1,125.000 last week and 1.110.
000 last year.
Of tho world's visible supply of cot?
ton, there is now aflont and hold In
Greil! Britain and Continental Europe.
1,541.000. against 1.307.000 lnst year;
In Egypt. 105,000, npcainst 82.000 last
year; in India, 530,000, against 702.000
last year, and In the United States,
365.000, against IS2.000 last year.
Weekly Cot ton Review.
New York. June 23.?Prices have
fallen sharply under the relief to dry
wonther conditions In at least some
parts of i.ho South and heavy liquida?
tion of July and August holdings by
leading bulls, partly. It Is supposed,
on account of the seamen's strike here,
nnd n fear that export trade. In cotton
rnighi thereby bo hampered. Also it
has looked to some as though leading
bulls in old .Ter. months were selling
them out in order to take the "long"
side of tiie new crop rtellvorles. Such,
at least, has been the opinion of many.
And the spot domnnd has Increased.
Spinners have indeed been buying not
only the net tin! cotton more freely, hut
also the new crop months on declines.
The latest weekly government crop
reporl stated .^ubsfnntlally that It was
too hot and dry |n Texas nnd Okla?
homa, anil that most other parts of
the holt need rain. The weekly report
was, for the most part, bullish.
Texas has hod rnlns. but It Is said
to need more. The dry goods trnde
Is more cheerful. Prices nre firmer,
nnd there nre some Indications. It is
stated, of Imnroving trade. A big crop
of cotton is Imperative, and Juno con?
ditions, even if verv good nre often
deceptive The statistical position Is
regarded as strong. Some close stu?
dents of the situation, look . for a
smaller surplus on September 1 thnn
on the same date last vear. On' tho
other hand, there Is n growing belief
that the crop, as a whole, Is looking
well. It Is being cultivated as never
before. The fields nre clean. Boll
weevils have boon kept flown partly
hv the hot. dry weather which pre?
vailed for some time. Even In Texas
this post Is said to have done hut little
damage. The acreage In Hint State Is
declared to be over 6 per cent, larger
thnn lout year and the condition nearly
?I per cont. hotter than then. Okla?
homa's acreage la staled by Texaa
newspapers as 18 per cent, larger thnn
last year nnd Its condition as 9 per
cent, better than last year. In fact,
throe-quarters of the belt Is said to
bo doing well. Present Indications, It
Is declared, point to the largest crop
on record. Meantime, whatever may
be eald about Improvement in trade,
the curtailment continues on a large
scale. The recent .decline, of 17.60 a
bale In July has helped to unsettle
speculation. Liverpool Interests ana
big New York spot people have been
slowly sellers. New Orleans has boon
soiling on Texas rains. PrlceB are by
many considered high, and they quote
I the old saying: "What goes up must
come down."
During tho past day or two the South
has sold on the recent rains, but, on
I the othor hand, there has been a fair
j demand from spinners and trade In?
terests around 13 cents for the fall
J and winter months.
HAS PRISONERS
IT DOESN'T WANT
Washington. D. C, June 23.?The
War Department has a lot of unwel?
come prisoners on Us hands In the men
of "General" Jack Mosby'.i command,
who wore driven out of Tijuana, Lower
California, by Mexican troops yester?
day.' Tho State Department has been
nsked to decide what shall Be done
with them. It had been hopod that
Moshy's force would disband and dis?
arm on the Mexican side, allowing the
men to cross the International line ns
Individuals, not' subject to military
arrest. This plaji was defeated by the
hot pursuit of tho Mexican troops, who
drove the 100 men of Mosby's command
across the boundary In a body, with
their arms, making It necessary for
Captain Wllcox. of the United States
troops, to take them Into custody. It
may bo necessarv to prosecule the ref?
ugees for violation of the neutrality
laws.
MYSTERIOUS SHIP
HAS LOAD OF ARMS
Lisbon. June 23.?A mysterious ship
Is cruising off the northern coast of j
Portugal. The vessel, which flies the
German (lac, appears to be the steamer
Polutc, loaded with arms. Including
artillery, destined for the Portuguese
monarchists.
The government cruiser Adamaster
and the gunboat San Rafael Interrupt?
ed the operations of the steamer while
Fhe was endeavoring to land the con?
traband on the coast of Algarve, the
southernmost province of Portugal. 1
The Polute then put to sen at full
speed, with the warships In pursuit, |
DARLEL MEMORIAL
TO BE HELD TOM
Washington, D. C. June 23.?Eulogies
on the life of the late Senator John
Warwick Daniel, of Virginia, will be
delivered In the How- of Representa?
tives to-morrow. The spenkers will
Include the entire Virginia delegation.
Speaker Clark and Representatives
Cannon, Rrantley. Humphreys, of Mis?
sissippi; Richardson. Henry. Olmstod,
McCall. Kahn, Small, Dal.'.ell and Payne.
Cfcurctj j?otttw.
presbyterian.
FIRST presbyterian CHt.'RCH
(Grace and Madison Streets).? PreaJclUng
at 11 A. M. and S 15 P. 11. by ih* pastor,
Rev. F t. McFADEN. D. D.
SECOND PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH? I
Rev. RUSSELL CECIL. I). D.. paslor. Ser. !
vires at 11 A. M. and 5 P. M. Wednesday
a I S P. M.
GRACE STREET PRESBTTERIAN
Church.?Preaching at 11 o'clock A. Mi and
8:15 o'clock P. M. by the pastor. D. CLAY I
LILLY. D. D.
CHURCH OF THE COVENANT?REV. J.
CALVIN STEWART. D. D.. pastor. Preach?
ing by the pastor at 11 A. M. and 8 P. M,
class at 10 A. M.
WESTMINSTER PRESBYTERIAN
Church.-Rev. .TAMES Y. FAIR. D. D.. pas?
lor. Preaching 11 A. M. and 5:15 P. M.
Welcome.
BAPTIST.
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH (BROAD AND I
Twelfth Streets)?Rev. GEO. W. McDAN- '
I EL. pastor. The pastor will occupy his j
pulpli at 11 A. M. and 5:15 P. M.
SECOND BAPTIST CHURCH (FRANKLIN j
and Adnms Streets).?LOUIS BACON WAR?
REN. D. D.. pastor. Services 11 A. M.
and S:15 P. M. Graded Sunday School at 9:30 ]
A. M. Organised classes for niun and wo- ]
men. Morning service: The pastor will/com?
mence n series on "The Beatitudes." uholr i
selections: "No Shadows Yonder" (Gone):
"O Saviour of the World' tGoss). Observa?
tion of the Lord's Supper at the close of j
service. There will he no night service. All j
ore invited to worship with us?strangers i
especially.
LEIGH STREET BAPTIST CHURCH |
(Twentv-flfth and Leigh Streets'!.?JOHN i
JORDAN WICKER, pastor. Pastor. J. J. |
WICKER, will preach er It A. M. Baptism
nt close of service. At 8:15 P. M. Dr. RY- I
LAND KNIOHT, of Calvary Church. Ulli or- !
cupv the pulpit. Sunday School 5:30 A. M.
GRACE STREET BAPTIST PH17RCH
(Grace and Fousheo Streets).?Preaching at
It A. M. and 5:15 P. M. by Dr. CHARLES S.
GARDNER. of Louisville. Ky. Sunday
School at 0:30 A. M. (Charles R. Winston.
Supt.). Prayer-meotlng Wednesday nt 8:15
P. M. A cordtal welcome (o all.
GROVE AVENUE BAPTIST CHURCH
(Grovo Avenue nnd Harrison Street).?Rev.
W. C. JAMES. Tli. D.. pnstor. Preaching
nt 11 A. M. nnd S P. M. by the Rev. J. M. !
HA Y* MORE, of Maysvllle, Ky. Sunday
School at 9:15 A. M. (James B. Wood. Supt ). |
Wednesday evening prapei-meeting at S j
o'clock.
CHRISTIAN.
SEVENTH STREET CHRISTIAN j
Church.?Preaching at U A. M. by the pas?
tor. Rev. H. D. C. MACLACIILAN: subject. !
"The Victorious Life." No service at night. ]
Sunday School nt 9:30 A. M.
EPISCOPAL. I
MONUMENTAL CHrRPII (ERECTED 1SK -
on site of Theatre burned 1511, Broad Street I
below Twoiflh). ?Services at 11 A. M. and
5 P. M. Seats free.
LUTHER AN.
FIRST ENGLISH LUTHERAN (CORNER I
Monument Avenue nnd Lombard)- Street).? .
Preaching It A. M. and X P. M. Sunday |
School 9:30 A. M. Luther League 7 P. M.
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE.
REGULAR SERVICES OF FIRST |
Church of Christ. Scientist, will be bold to?
morrow morning In church edifice (corner !
Park Avenue and Meadow Street) nt tl
o'clock. Subject. "Christian Science.." Wed- 1
nesdny evening testimonial and experience j
meeting nt 5:30. The reading-rooms nre lo- |
cnied at 207'i North Sixth Street, and are j
open every week day from 10 A. M. to 5 P. j
M. All are cordially invited
UNITARIAN.
FIRST UNITARIAN CHURCH (FLOYD j
Avenue and Harrison Street)?Itov. "ALEX?
ANDER T. BOWSER, minister. Subject for
Sunday. June 25. "The Impulse of tho Mo- ;
ment." After to-day this church wl] be ,
closed until September 21. Service nt 11 !
o'clock. All-seats froe.
SEABOARD AIR LINE.
Southbound trains scheduled to leave'Rich. 1
mond dally: 9:10 A. M.?Local to Norll"aa
1,10 P. M.? Slcopors nnd coaches. Atlantik.
Birmingham. Savannah. Jacksonville and i
Florida points. 9:60 P. M.?Sleepers and
coaches. Mitannah. Jacksonville and Florida
points 11:18 V. M.?Sleepers and conchos. At?
lanta. Birmingham, Memphis and the South?
west. Northbound trains scheduled to arrlv*
In Richmond dally: 5:82 A. M., 7:23 A. ML,
B:05 P. M.. 5:<0 P. If.
303 EAST UHOAD STHEET.
Temporary location during construction of our banking house.
Capital, $200,000
Surplus and Undivided Profits, 110,000
W. M. Habllston. Pres.; J. W. Itotherl Vlce-Pres.; Jno. O. Wolker, 2d
Vlce-Pres.; Andrew M. Glover, Cashlor.
PEIISON'AI. AND BUSINESS ACCOUNTS SOLICITED.
With assets of over SI,700,000, overy Inducement consistent with good
banking is offered to Its customers. 3 por cent, allowed In Savings
Department. Bonk Is open till 8 o'clock Suturdny evenings.
_^3&a Uro arcs.
Atlantic Coast Line
EFFECTIVE MAY 14. 1011.
TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND DAILY.
For Florida and Soutli: 8:16 A M. and
1:15 P. M. 1:00 A, M. Charleston.
For Norfolk: "SilO. 9:00 A. Mi. '3:00 P. M.,
4:10 1'. M.. ??::?' P. M.
For N. it W. Ky. West: 6:16 A. M.. 10:(01
A. M.. *3:W 1". M. and 0:20 P. M.
For Peler?burg: 1 :00 A. M.. 8:16 A. M.,
??3:10 A. M , S:!5 A. M.. 9:00 A. M.. 10:00
A. M.. *3:C0 P. M.. 4:10 P. M.. 6:01 P. SI.. I
??7:00 P. Mi. T!?5 I?. M.. 9:20 P. Mi. 11:46 P. M.
For Ooldsboro and Fuyollryvllle: '1:10 I'. M.
i Trains arrive Richmond dally: 4.S0 A. M.. I
I 6:40 A. M.. 6:65 A. M.. ?S:37 A. M.. ??I0:*i 1
'A. St., *ll:40 A. M.. "II:? A. Mi. '2:00 P. M.,
[??2:16 P. SI., 6:C6 p. M.. 6:35 P. M.. 6:00 P. SI.. |
Is.00 P. M.. "lOiZj P. M.. 11:30 P. St.
? Except Sunday. ?? Sunday only.
Time of nrnvnl and departure and con
factions not guaranteed.
C. E. CASIPDELl.. D. P. A.
TO AND FROM WASHINGTON AHO 0EY0N0.
Loove Richmond
?4.50 A.M. Ujrd rit.filo,
?6.42 A.11. Main M.St*
?6.60 A.M. ?rrd St-Sts,
?7.30 A.M. Main St. bta
?8.10 A.M. H> rd St. Kla
?lr.01 noonflrrd St. Sin
!4.00 P.M. ilrrd St.Rta
l.lfi P.M. 1.1'.,i Station
.1.16 P.M. Main Si. Sla
?<8.*-0P.K. BrrtlSt. Hta
Arrlvo Itlchniontl
?7.511 A.M. IlrrdSl.RU.
H 1.25 A.M. Lib* Station.
tll.36 A.M. II) rd St.SI..
?1.1'J P.M. Main St. St?
?2.16 P.M. Iljr.1 St.st?
?7.25 P.M. II) r4 St.Sla.
?0.10 P.M. ?> rd St.Rta.
?11.411 p.Ji Main M.St a.
?1145 P.M. Mrln Rt. Sta
?lr.f.?night llvrdclt.Sta
ACCOMMODATION TRAINS?WEEKDAYS.
Leoro Ilrrd St. 8ta. '..80 P. H. for Krrderlrksborir.
I-eato Elba Sta. 7.50 A. M.,6.30 V. M. Tor Aslrlana
ArrDc Hjrd St.8ta.8.i6 A.M. Dom Frederleksh'ir.
Arrlrr Elba Sta.fi.30 A.M.,6.30 P.M. from Ashland.
?Daily, i Weekdays. 'Sunday* only.
All train* to or from Byrd Street Station I
(except trains lesvlnp 4.50 a. m. and arriving ]
I?.jo night) stop at Elba. Timr of arrivals aad
departures not guarantaed. Read the signs, t
SOUTHERN RAILWAY i
TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND.
N. C ?Following schedule Rg-jres published |
an Inlounaiion nnd not guaranteed*
6:10 A St. ?Daily?Local for CharlnMe. Dur?
ham and Halelgh. 10:(S A. M?Dally?LlmD
sd ?For all polnta South. Drawing Room
Buffet Sleeping Car 10 Ashevrlle, N. C. 3:00
P. SI. Ex. Sun.?Local for Durham and In?
termediate ?tatlone. C;00 P. SI. Er. Sun.?
Keysville Loeat. 11:13 r. M.?Dally?Limited I
?For all points South. Pullman ready at 3:30 |
P. M.
YORK RIVER LENB.
4:M P. M.-Ex. ttuu. ?T. West Pt.. connect?
ing for Haltlnior? Mon . Wed. and Frl. 6:0)1
A. St.?Kx. Sun. and 2:16 P. U?Man . Wed. |
und Frl ?Local to Wesi Point.
TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND.
From the South: 6:60 A. M.. 8:05 P. M.,
dallv; 6:40 A M. Ex. Sun.; 12:66 Ex. Sun.; i
2:00 P. M. dally. From West Point: 9:64 A.
M. Dally; 11:34 A. M. Wed. and Frl.; 4:ft P.
St. Ex. Sun.
8. E. BURGESS. D. P. A..
no E. Slain St. 'Phon* Madison 465.
Chesapeake & Ohio Railway
i:U0 A. I Dully . i Art train to Old Point.
4.0? I'. I Newport- N?*? and Norfolk.
1:40 A. Dully?Local to Newport Neva.
4:00 P. Dally. Local to Old Point.
!:l?3 V \ Dally?Louisville, and Cine 1X018.12.
11:00 P. ( Chicago and St. Doula. Pullman*.
?:45 P.?Dally.?Western Express. Pullmans
to Cincinnati.
11:4* A.?Week days.--Slounuln Special to
Thurmond.
8:30 A- ? Dally?Chariot lei villa. Week day*?
Clifton Forge.
6;16 P.?Week days. I.ocll 10 Oordonsvllle.
10:00 A.?Dally. L'burg. Lex.. C. Forge.
6:16 P.?Wiek days. To Lynchburg.
TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND.
Local from East?S:25 A. M.. 7 ?0 P. SI.
Through from East?11:10 A. M . e:S0 P. M.
Local from West??* "0 A. M.. ?9:69 A. M..
3:20 P. St.. 7:J0 P. SI.
Through?7:00 A. M.. 2:45 P. M.
James River Line?'S .35 A. M.. 6:15 V. M.
?Dally except Sunday.
Norfolk and Western Railway
O.VLY ALL KAIL LINK TO NO 1<FOLK.
Schedule In Effect Slay 14. 1911.
Leave. Dyrd Street station, Richmond. FOI1
NORFOLK: bS:10 A. SI.. *9.00 A. M.. a3:? P.
M.. '4:10 P. SI . b7:00 P. M.
FOK LYNCH13URQ AND THE WEST:
?6:15 A. SI.. ?10:00 A. M.. a3:00 P. M., m3:?
P. M.
Arrive Richmond from Norfolk. ^11:40 A
M.. till: 15 A. SI.. '6:35 P. SI.. bl0:25 P. M..
?11-30 P. SI. From the West: ?6:cS A. ST..
a.':M P. St., b2:15 P. St., ?6;0i P. SI.. ?B:99 P. M.
?Dally. aDally ex. Sunday. bSunday only.
Pullman Parlor and sleeping Cars, Cafo
Dining Cars. C. H. BOSLEY,
D. P. A.. Richmond. Va.
W. B. BEVILL, G. P. A.. Rnanoke. Va.
NORFOLK SOUTHERN
Lv. Norfolk: ?K:l& ana ?11 A. at,, ?? P. tat .
for Ebbten, Ourorrnu and the South.
Lv. HdleiKh: *6:)6 A. SI.. 13 ?r.d *:):15 P. SL.
for Easier,. Carolina nnd Norfolk.
Puilman Sleeping Can between Norfolk,
Rulelgh; also Goldaboro and Norfolk.
?Da 111 r Ex. Sun
C. D. LECRANDIJ. O. A.. American Nations.
Rank. 'Phone Monroe 1527. Richmond.
W. W. CROUTON. G. P. A.. -VorfolW. Va
Richmond & Petersburg Electric Railway
Cars leave Sf.aactieater, Seventh and Ferrj
aueeia lor Petersburg:
?6, 7. 6. '?. 10. II, ?Ii A. M., 1. 2. ?8. 4. 6.
'?0H5. ?e. 7, s. -a, 10 p. m.
11:00 P. St. for Chester. 12:00 midnight for
Petersburg.
Cera leuvu Petersburg, foot of Sycamore
Stieet. lor .Manchester:
15:16. 6:&. "7:1?. "f:35. 6:5.',, 9:35. ?10:35. 11:83
A. M., 12:35, ?1:35. 2:25, 3:3C. ?4:3i. 5:3e. ?:??,.
?7:35. 8:35. :<:35. 'iO-^O, 11:40 P. M.
iDatly except Sunday and holidays.
?Carrier* < ;? >:" im and express.
??Limited, except Sundays and holiday*.
All i'ars from Peters/urg connect .vlth
curs Rlclrinond.
RICIISIOND AND CHESAPEAKE HAY
RAIL WAV COMPANY,
Schedu:< of electric trainti 10 and from
Ashland, stopping ac intermediate stations
upon 1.mil Lv. Richmond (Broad and
Laurel St*.). 'i:<*. '7:10. S:10b, ?;10. ??lOilO,
?1:10 A. SI.; l:IC. 2:10. 3:10. 4:10b. 5:10, 6:20.
7:10. 6:10u, 10:10, 11:45 P. SI. Lv. Ashland,
'5:65. 7b, $, "Jb. 10. ??!! A. SI.. ?12 SI.. ???,
2. 3. 4, 5b. 6, 7. S. 9)>. 11 P. M.
?Dally sxeept Sunday. *aSunday only.
ot.'ai-rles baggage.
S>teamboat?..
Tours Inc. Holds, Shore Excursions, Lowest i
Rates. Twin Screw'' fi. S. "Bermudlan," 53S0 j
tons, sails
June 24. July 8. 19, 29.
Bilge keels; electric fans; wireless telugra- j
phy. Fastest, newest anil only Steamer Land- j
Ing passenfters ni the dock In Bermuda.
midsummer TRIPS
To
?via Halifax N, t:., most aeilghttul cruise of
1,500 miles. ? .Magnificent scenery: Norer.u..:
be.iland Strait. Gulf am. River St. Lawronce
and fni'.fnmcd Snguenay River, S. S. "Trini?
dad" froni New York July 8th nnd 22nd. Au?
gust 5th and 19th. ond Sept. 2nd. 10 A. SI.
Reluming from Quebec July 14th and 2Sth.
August llth and 25lh and Sept. Slh.
For llluatrated pamphlet* with full Infor?
mation, apply to A. E. OUTERDRID4IE *
f:0., Agents. Quebec S. S. Co., Lid., 29 Brood,
way. New York; SAMUEL H. BOWS1AN. 701
East Mala Street, or any tlckot agent, or
QUEBEC S. S. CO., Ltd.. Quobeo.
iTIH ST IIA LR.
Office- of Collector of City Taxes,
City Hall, Richmond. Va.
TUTS OFFICE WILL UK READY TO
RECEIVE ALL OR ONE-HALF OF
CITY TAXES. HE A L ESTATE AND
PERSONAL FOR THE YEAR 1911 ON
JUNE I6TII.
THE WHOLE TAX IS DUE. hut the
ordinance provides ihnt one-half may
he paid In June and the remaining half
In December. Fall uro to pay nil or
one-hall In June Incurs a penalty of
5 per cent on the whole amount, which
Is duo at once, and if not paid beforo
SEPTEMBER 1ST. the Collector Is re?
quired to levy, with costs added.
AUL MALES 21 years of age, ALL
PERSONS (MALE OR FEMALE) who
own personal property, or h??ld personal
properly as fiduciary, nnd all parties
conducting business In the city of
Richmond (of whatever nature) are
assessed, and will please call and set?
tle, so ns to avoid delinquency.
GRADING, PAVING-, PIPE AND
SEWER CONNECTING BILLS aro pay?
able In the same manner ns Taxe*, and
at the same Urne.
GIVE NAME IN WHICH PROPERTY
STANDS, nnd s*e that you get all your
bills.
This being the only notice provided
for by law. please give It prompt at?
tention, as under the new ordinance 5
per cent, pcnaltv will have to be added
to the whole hill after June 30th.
Washington Ward taxes, etc., must
be paid at the office of tho Deputy Col?
lector. Tenth and Hull Streets
H. L. HULCE.
City Collector pro tern.,
City of Richmond.
A Charmed Circle
GUARANTEE
OF
$3,250,000.00
BY
STOCKHOLDERS
TO
DEPOSITORS
First National Bank,
RICHMOND, VA.
It is never too late to start a
saving? account. Begin to-day.
We pay 3 per cent, interest.
Manchester National Bank
National Bank ot Virginia
Capital, - $1,200,000
Surplus, - S 600,000
Accounts solicited
Ninth and Main Streets
Why not open that account this
morning?
i
Commonwealth Bank
?tcarnuonl?_
OLD DOMINION LINE
Lv. lltcb.-nnnd toot o( Ash SU dally.7:09 P. tt.
Leave .Newport Nuws.3:00 A.
AriHvs Norioik.6:00 A. M.
Connects with inuln line steamers leaving
Norfolk (or New York dally ?ccupi SunCiy
7:0) P. M. Conner lions also made by N. ds
W. Ky. 3 P. M. and C. it O. Ry. at 4 I?. M.
NLjht Line steamers stop ai Ciarrrnont ta
i.i ii or receive passengors on signal.
MK?INIA NAVIGATION CO.?James Klvor
bj daylight (or Norfolk, Old Point. New
pi .-i Nuvvs and ull James River landing*.
SMamer leaves Monday. Wednesday an*
Friday <t S:M A. M. Freight received lor all
James River landings. 'Phono Madison lit.
Main Ticket Office. 121 ??. V.?'u street.
GOING ABROAD?
S. S. "Prcde'rich tier Grosse," sailing
June 2Sth from Baltimore to Boulogu?
(London-Paris) nnd Bremen, can accom?
modate First and Second Cabin passen?
gers inconvenienced by withdrawal of
steamers on account of seamen's strike.
Have just the room.-; wanted. Phone
Madison 5154.
SAMUEL IL BOWMAN', Agent;
North German-Lloyd Steamship Co.
Baltimore Steam Packet Co.
Equipped with wireless telegraphy.
TO BALTIMORE AND THE NORTH VTA ?
NORFOLK AND OLD POINT.
Leave Richmond Dally. Inrludlng Sunday, via.
N & W. Ry. 3:00 P. M.. Norfolk 6:20 P. M.
C. A: O. Ry. COO P, M.. Old Point 7:30 P. M.
O D. S. S. Co. 7:00 P. M. tone day in Nor?
folk).
Va. Nov. Co. <>:30 A. M. (Monaay, Wednes?
day and Friday).
Tickets at al' offices. For staterooms ap?
ply to II. M. BOYKIN, Atfent. S30 East Main
Street.
Chesapeake Steamship Co.
Big new ships, "City of N'c-rfolk" and
"City of Baltimore"
Equipped with'! wtro|ess telegraphy. Telo.
phono service throughout tho ships. State?
rooms en suite, with haths Prices from ?
7So to t.l.MI. Excellent meals. 7ic.
TO BALTIMORE AND THE NORTH. VIA
NORFOLK AN'P OLD POINT.
Leave Richmond Dally, Including Sun., via
N. & W. Rv. 3:00 P. M? Norfolk 0:1S P. M.
C. O. Ry. I:C0 P. M.. Old. I'oint 7:15 P. M.
O. D. S S. Co. 7:00 P. M. tone day in
Norfolk).
Va. Nov. Co. <:30 A. M. (Monday. Wednes?
day nnd Friday).
Tickets nt all offices^ For staterooms
apply to S. E. BI1RCESS. Agent. 950 East
Main Street.
The Confederate Museum
TWELFTH AND_ CLAY STREETS.
OPEN 9 A. Mi TO 5 P. M.
Admission. 26c. FREE ON SATURDAYS

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