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New York
Stock Market
New York. August 3.?The stock
hiarket to-day made several attempts ,
to recover from the heaviness of the
preceding session, and some ground
was regained in the course of the day.
but the weight of tho selling movement ?
In the final hour drove prices to the
lowest level of the present movement. I
Jn tho Initial tradlnig ibe list sustained
further declines, despite the better
tone of our securities in London. There
WOS marked weakness In the cop- j
pers, Southern Railroad shares and a I
number of industrials of minor Im?
portance The decline was arrested
for a time in the early session, when !
buying of the standard stocks and
speculative leaders Impelled extensive
short covering, and prices soon were
well above yesterday's linal quotations. !
On the rise, however, the market tie
came very' dull, n fact that was not i
regarded as a hopeful augury for th.
accc-un;.
During the frequent periods ot stag- ;
nation on the exch^..-'c to-day, gossip |
was busy with the causes or reasons;
which have brought nbout the reversal
In the market. Riiinor assigned the
short seilt.i? to the operations of a
Western grain trader, while the liqui?
dation was attributed in part to dls- j
t-ipated Offering of a loc-U operator. '
who Is currently reported to have suf?
fered severely on the hull side of the'
cotton n.arket Neither rumor was
connrmablc, although both possessed
the elements of plausibility.
Among the incidents of th'- day j
which tended to exercise a restraint j
ing Influence on bullish activity was ;
the further weakness of Standard Oil
On ?hc curb, the stock making a ne!
decline of 21 1-2 points on unusually
heavy offerings. News from Washing
t?n that the Attorney-General Is soon j
to submit to the Treasury Department
his report deallns with an inquiry;
Into the formation of a "securities
company," recently organized as an j
ndv.-.nct to one of the largest national
banks In the country, also furnished
food fT reflection. Yet another deter- i
rent wit fo-:nd in dispatches from New]
England, telling of the Indefinite shut- i
ting down ot perhaps the largest cot- j
ton mill In the Fall River District,
while further curtailment was re- ?
ported by the textile concerns oper- i
atlr.g- In North Carolina,
Heaviness in the copper shares was
partly explained by the reports pre
Ffnt'd by several leading companies.:
Much o( the day's crop news was of j
an unfavorable character.
An offset to these adverse factors]
w.*:s found in cables from London, I
which stated that n possible basis of .
firrfcmoni in the Moroccan situation
had aeen reached, This news evoked '
no response at the British capital, how- j
ever, where s"-nc uneasiness appeared I
to be felt respecting home banklntr
affairs. The weekly statement of the j
Bank of England was practlcallj un- j
changed as to Its liability reserves,!
but its total reserves fell over $10.
000,00(1. with a loss of S.vnon.noo in'
bullion. The statement of the Rantt
of France was interesting chiefly for j
its increase of almost $".0,000.000 In j
loins and discounts.
The bond niarket again follo\\-eri the
stock market in its Irregularity.
Total sale?, par value, were $2.OS.".000. |
I'nited States government bonds
wer" un'-hanled On call
Total sales for tho dav, in'.,son
Shares.
New York. August " ?Money "n call I
steady. 2<i 2 1-2 per r"nt.: ruling rate.
2 3-S; closing bid, 2 3-S: offered at'
2 1-2. Time loans firm: sixty days. I
: r.-ll 3 percent.: ninety days. 34?3 1-4;
rix months. 33-4<f3 7-S. Prime mer?
cantile paper, 4 to I 1-2. Sterling ex?
change steady, with r.ctnnl business In
bankers' bills at S4.M15 for sixty-day
blMs and at S4.SS10 for demand, rum
mer<-lal bills. SI.55. Bar silver, 52 1-4.
Mexican dollars, 4:..
RiritMOND STOCK MARKET.
By Richard W. Maury.
Ktock SBd Ror.rt Broker. 10f5 E. Main Street.
Richmond. Vs., August 3. 1M1.
STATE SECIR1T1ES. Eld. Asked.
Virginia It, Old. C. and R.. 153!.... SI
V?. Centuries. J.J, C. and R.. 1991.. S5> S9t?
r-ITY B?te?RlTJpS.
Rich. Cl*y UTC. and R., IMS-IMS., r.u, ...
RAILROAD BONDS.
A C. I.. R. R. Con. Tr. 4 p p. ?
A. C. L R. R. Conv. Debs. is. 1999. 100
r ?rirt C>. Gen'l XI . |tjf. '.MI. 101
tjeorgia, Sou. and F.a.. 1441. 107
f;*org!a and Ala. Con. Es. 1945. 1(6
Nor. and West. Ry, 4?. ISO?. H
fiesboarrt Air Line 4s. :?5'j. s;
Petnoard Adjustment 5s. 1949. TS
fnu!l.<Tii Railway In S?? If-St. los
Western N C. 1st 6?. C, 1914. iw
STREET RAILWAY BONDS.
Nor and Ports, Trac. Co f.?. I53?. RJ
Va. Ry. and power Co. ??, 153?_ K ,..
STREET RY. STOCKS par.
Va p.: and Power Co, pfd.1(0 TStt 751?.
Va. Ry. and power Co. com....1(0 " 39 "
RAILROAD STOCKS. Par.
Atlantic Coast Line com.lr>f' 1:5 ... '
Chesap<ak<> ar.d Ohio. 100 SO
Norfolk and Western com.l&j u?;ij ...
Southern Railway pfd.p.o 72
Southern Railway com.Ho 31
BANK AND TRUST CO. STOCKS.
American National.104 IM
Broad Streat. ;t <jj
Bank of Commerce and Trusts.100 Iii "
First NMiona.3g
Merchants National.100 700
National BaJik of Virginia.100 lSJtt
National State und city liar.k. .lio ;m " 1s5
Planters National.100 7i).i
Saving* Bank ot Richmond. ;i 71
Union Bunk 01 Richmond. 3:5
Virginia Trust Company .p? m
MIsCELLANKO'c'S.
V? -Car. Ch-ro. pfd i p c.100 12* 12*11
Va-Car. Chem. . <,m.100
Quotttionf for Interest-paying bond* ate at
t price to which interes' must be a.jod
Income b'.nc.? arai certificate? ..;
Heys are flat.
COTTON MARKETS.
New Tork, Aukuh 3.?The rof.on markt-t
snowed a decidedly nrmer ione -..>-c!.i>
Ir,g to a renewal of bull support and active
covering of shorts, ,whlc!h resulted In a'l
var.ee? of nearly j: r-r Suit. 'j-?lt ,.;,,?, w.?
Strong, and lart ;..-.ces h.-:<,?>,i a ,.t.t u
of from JJf;37 polntr. being within a paint
or tw? of the best on the active Position?
Rectip-s to-day ::7t bales ??ains? S59 las
week ar.d 1.03J year, To-day's receipts
at New Orleans ... bales against tail
y?ar. ar.d at Houston 1,991 onirp ac-ainst ,7,5
latt year.
Cotton futures opened Meady and closed
*?: rig
?I ? ? Hl? n. Low. C.'n?e.
Au??st .12.301 114? Kl,1 12 1-,
September . n.&o nr 1130
OOfobet . II.? U.S6 l(. 9? u.Zt
November . . u .,9
December . U.Oj .1 ;.- ^.'^ n j4
J*f"""'y . .1 Jj I0.9J 11 ?9
M!"' " . 21 1; n.ft 11.03 11 J7
At>ri\ . '...4J r,.i6 ll.<4
OPEN AN ACCOt NT WITH
The Union Bank
or Richmond
1107 EAST MAIN ST 1:1 VT
11.00 MAKES A START. 2 per
CENT. INTEREST
Official Range and Sale of Stocks in New York
Sales. Stock.
coo AlliS;Chelmcrs .
1,200 AUU-Chalmere, pfd .
6,290 A mal Kama led Copper ...
too Amor. Agrl. Chem., com.
2,900 Amer. Beet Sugar, com..
.\nur. Locomotive, pfd...
i00 American Ca.i .
1,199 American Can, pfd.
800 Amor. Car and foundry.
Artie r Oar and Putin., pfd
tk?.' American Cotton oil.
American Linseed oil ?
American Locomotive ...
I"1 Amer. Malt Co., pfd.
5,<?> American smelting .
100 American Sugar .
9C0 Amer. Tel. and Tel. Co...
102 American Tobacco, <_om.
2,040 American Tobacco, pfd..
200 Anaconda Copper .
12,900 Atchison .
200 Atlantic Coast Lino.
A. C. L. of Connecticut..
SCO Baltimore and uliio.
2,4? ? Brooklyn Rapid Transit.
100 Central Leather com.
3.600 Canadian Pacific .
4,300 Chesapeake and Ohio ?
100 Chicago Great Western;
9,700 Chi., Mil. und St. Paul...
r." Crucible Steel Cor., com.
155 Crucible Steel, pfd.
300 Chicago and Northwest;
C00 Colorado Fuel and iron.
200 Colorado and Southern..
1.950 Consolidated Gas .
200 Delaware and Hudson...
Don. and Bio titan., com.
Den. and Bio (Iran., pfd.
lOO Distillers' Sec. Cor.
10.200 Krle .
1,800 Krle. 1st pfd.
lot Fed, .Min. and Sin>, pfd..
000 General IStectrl.
7,700 Great Northern, pfd.
' 700.Great Northern Ore ctfs
Illinois Central .
By THOMAS BRANCH & CO., Bail
Open. High. Low. Bid. Asked. Sales. Stock
Closing
??
t&%
61?
1<?,
86%
12"?
13 '?'-s
370
um
128?
l"i',
80?
'.'1
125?
12%
S2%
14? .
32
54%
144?
171?
31?
84??
51?
04?
161
KU-,
i'.Uj
10?
i*'.r?
77%
vo',
110%
12J>1,
UM?
80%
135?
12%
82?
11''.
32 V4
54?
1441=
171'!
::4t-:
74?
132%
2194
o5?
5Mj
52?
"io?
85?
&.*??
156 Vi
370
94%
109
12S
28%
242%
142%
170 ?
54*.
6414
100%
131
5s>4
52 Vi
105
10%
85%
136
37s
24v,
66 Vi
5*?
53
110
10%
1!
38?
42
70!?
119
136?
3>0
33?
119?!
12.'
ft
ls:s
242% 243
79%
110', il'? 14"
21V
124?
l.'U
S2
145%
31
142?
170
56%
31 Vi
64?
63?
160
131?
66?
140
21?
121 Ik
14-i
31V;
54
143',
172
2S
101
131?
2.7<0 Inlet boro-Met.
1,609 Interhoro-Met. pfd.
Int. Mcr. Marine com.
Internationa! Paper .
101 int. Paper, pfd. 4s?
300 Kan. City South., com.. 33?
1. ?'?j Lehlgli Volley .174*4
2, r*V> Louisville and Nashville 147
Manhattan .
.?aim,,., Kun. and Texas.... 31?
Uv? Kan and Tex., pfd. ...
2,000 Missouri Pail lie . 47?
National L^tid .
1,200 New York Central. 107?
120 N. V.. Ont. and Western 43
2.200 Norfolk and Western... 106%
17.825 Northern Pacific . 12??
700 Pacific Mall . 29%
7.500 Pennsylvania . 124%
People's Gas, x W*%.
200 Pressed Steel Car. 30
Pressed Steel Car. pfd.
400 Ry. St.-el Spring, com...
68.600 Reading .
1,300 Republic Iron and Steel
200 Republic 1. ;nd S.. pfd..
son Ro. k Island . 30%
100 Bork Island, pfd. 01?
!<?> Sloss-Shefflcld . 4s?
14,1'o Sout nern Pttcltlc .
3.500 Southern Railway .
:<-i Southern Hallway, pfd.
i'?2 Standard on .
'.<??> Tennessee Copper .
2u> Texas Pacific . '-'7?
65.400 Union Paoiilr .186?
1,300 United States Rubber... 39
81,100 United States Stcrd. 78%
1.600 I'nlted States Steel, pfd 117?
2,300 Va.-t'ar. Chemical . 57?
207 Va.-Car, Chemical, pfd.. 121?
Va. Ry. an.! Power, com ...
Va. Ry. and rower, pf.l. ...
1,800 Wabush . 15
3 0 Wabash. pfd. 33
2,200 Western Union . "S
Total sales for day
Open. High. Low. Bid. Asked.
Closing.
17% 17?
48 4S?
4? 4?
17
4S?
156?
29?
94?
30?
37?
47?
107%
43
107
12?%
31
124%
0?',
24 ??
?1?
IS',
1 .?"?'??
38
27?
186?
39*,
78%
117?
68?
122
vr.t.
4??
Si',
174%
146?
31?
47%
107%
42?
106%
120'....
29-?
124?
36
27?
186%
39
77?
HT's
67%
121?
11
4?? 49
33% 33"
1?4% 174?
146% 147^'
135 142
31? 35
66? 67)
47(s 47>
51? 53?
107 107 t
42? 43
106', 100"
126% 1261
29-? 31
124? 135
101% 104?
155?
119?
30%
615
371,
117'
07?
121?
423.p?. shar? s
Total sales for week (four days), 1.163.200 shares.
.11.24 11.47 11.12 11.4*
Spot cotton closed cjulet. 1" points higher,
middling uplands. It SO; middling gulf. 12.S5.
Cotton, quiet; middling, 12.60; gross re?
ceipts. S3i hales; stock. >5.50A bales; export
to the Continent. 155 hales.
Total to-day at a'.', ports-Nat receipts.
ST1 bales; export to Great Britain. 243 bales;
to the Continent. 215 bales; to Japan. ? bales,
stock, 144,964 bales.
Consolidated at all ports.?Net receipts.
6,640 tjnles: export to Great Britain. ?45
bal?s; to the Continent, S.940 bales; to
Japan, 6 bales.
Total since September 1 at all ports?Net
receipts, S.4S3.62S bales; export to Great
Britain. 8,259,539 bales: to France 9i'0.444 bales;
t? the Continent. 3.050.2."? bales: to Japan.
146,973 bales; to Mexico. 2,075 bales.
New Orleans. La., August 3 ?Cotton futures I
opened quiet and steady, points up to 51
down. Cables were much h'ghcr than due. j
but did not meet with a stood response In :
the local market. The close was steady at 1
a hei ndvance of Sift41 points, Spot cotton]
quiet, 3-lsc. up: middling. I2?c. Sales on I
th- spot 2X3 bales. Receipt? 322 hales; stock. ;
21,623 hales. CloMnr bids: August t"09; |
September, ILM; October. 11.23; Oecemhei,,
11.23; January, 11.15; March, 11.36; May. U.M. j
LOCAL MARKET QUOTATIONS.
(Furnished by Lew Commission Co.. Com
mission Merchants, Richmond. Va.)
Richmond. Vs.. August 3. 1911.
ACT I'A I. WHOLESALE QUOTATIONS or
MARKET.
LIVE POULTRY,
Chickens, choice, small. !b_ <5 IS
Chickens, choice, medium.
Chickens, large, lb.
H.-HS, lb.
Roosters, each.
Ducks, iarge. young, lb.
Ducks, small, o'd. lb.
E'ViS-rr.ATRD
In crates, nearby, fresh, dot.
In crates, other sections, dot..
Guinea eggs, doz.
rtflTr.H
Family, choice, fresh, lb.
Merchants', fair, lb. ..
LtVP. STOCK.
Veals, choice to fanny, lb.
Veals, poor to fall, lb.
Calves, runners, lb.,
Sheep. Ih.
Lambs, spring. Ib. 6
Cattle, fair to prime, lb. 3
Hogs, Ib. 6
COUNTRY-CURED BACON'
Hams, well smoked small,
H uns, we:: smoked, larg?.
Bidet, well smoked, lb...
9
is
10
12
6 5?
4'.SIi
?4
shoulders, well
la 3
17 t
15 Q
10U?
9V4W
a
0
it
0
smoked, ib
HIDES
Drv fllne. Ib.
Dry salt, lb.
Green, salt, lb.
Green, lb.. ?.
Green, damaged, lb .
Tallow, lb.
Deeswax .
Ch . unwashed, free e' burrs..
Ch., unwashed- llghtl hurry.
Ch.. unwashed medium hurry
Ch.. unwashed, heavy hurry..
MlP'-RL^ANTIOirs
Onions, dry. bbl. 3.5*
Potatoes, Irish. No. 1. bbl.... 4.00
MARKET *ON"DITlO .\* 8
Poultry In heavier receipt and market
y>wer Butter In heavy demand. Live stock
und potatoes extremely nctive. Oth?r pro
diice also active.
1.(0
4.51
NEW VORK PRODUCE M.VJtKKT.
New \ork. August 3.-Flour-Firm!y held j
with a fair trade. Rye Flour?Quiet. Corn-]
meal?Firm. Rye and Barley?Nominal.
Wheat?Strong: No. 2 red. 94*',c. elevator arid
v*. f. o b. aflf.it. Options doted 1^5 IV. ?
net higher. September. 97 3-16C.; December, i
11.01? Corn?Strong: No. 71?c, elevator,
domestic basis, to arrive; No 2 export. 71?,r. i
f. o. h. afloat Option* closed nominal. Sep- J
tember, 7Wic, C'ate? Firmer, standard, white, '
47?c. Options closed nominal.
"Lard?Firm. Tallow and Petroleum?Both
steady, Wool?Quiet. Rosin and Turpentine
?Easy. Molasses?Quiet, Rice?Steady. Sugar:
? Raw, firm; refined, steady. Coffee?Futures \
closed firm e.t n rteellno of i nolnt on August. ;
but generally unchanged to 10 points niftier. I
Spol, steady; Rio. No. 7. l.V,c: Santos. No. I
I. I3?e.; mild, quiet! Cordova. 14'nlSc. notnl-I
nal. Butter and Cheat!?Steady and un- ',
changed. Potatoes?Easier; southern sweets,
burrel. it '?! .500. Cabbages?Dull and un
chnnited. Freights ami Peanuts?Unchanged.
Cottonseed oil was comparatively steady!
on outside speculative buying of J,Vc ember. I
covering 6,1 -horts and in sympathy with the |
advance In cotton. Futures closed 37t7 j
points net higher. August R.4SW5.55; Sep- [
tember. r. ::;'?/"..2 .. October. 6,3306.37; Novem?
ber. 5.:?'i3.30; December, 5.29(75.21; prime
crude, nominal: prime summer yellow, 5.510
5.60: prtm< winter yellow, 5.S0O6.25; prune j
summer white. 5.$o?5,95,
CHICAGO GRAIN MARKET.
Chicago, l ;.. Aug.ist 3.?Predictions that
(lit export surplus In Russia this season
vx.ii.d ne only SCOOO.COO bushels against a
recent average ?f more than JOO.OOO.tKO bush
. took the wheat market aloft to-day.
There w*.--e persistent assertions, too. that
the presence of black rust in Canadian Heids
had been confirmed r?> laboratory tests.
Closing prices were firm at a net advance of
. "-.c t.. l%c, Corn llmshed l'sftlSc
t than last night. Oats up to
\ i\. . and hog products varying from
. . v.. r to a gain ot 22?c.
Leading futures ranged as lOllowsj
Open. High. Low. Close.
WHEAT?
.... WH 9'' fj\ S9*i
9'.?? 924? 90?, 92
.... 9c.iV, 66% 947* 96'?
,.. ao? l.oi 99? i.o>s?*
AUg. ..
Sept. .
lie.
May .
IORN
Sept. ,
Dr.. .
M *v
>ATR?
Sept.
Dee. ..
tl't
62
(IS
66
?4?
May .
MESS PORK?Per bbl
Sept .1
Jan.!
LARD?Per 100 lbs.
tl ??
4-S
Sept.
net.
(.77
5.60
S.57
g.?6
t.70
6.75
6.50
t 47
6".?i
63\
6T,',
42?
44?
17 6;.
M 37
6.77
I.M
Dec.?.59
Jan . S.f/t *.?? * 47 V67
SHORT RIHP-rer ICO m?.
Sept.9.05 9.25 9.05 9.20
Oct.9.10 912 6.97 9.1?
JcJO.. %.t2 ?35 8.2S 6.X6
<M?h grain closed. Wheat?No. 2 red. >7?4
ftS9?c.: No. 3 red, ?7'tfHtic; No. 2 hard.
t??tj?2'.c.; No 3 hard, 'l%iS?V.: No. 1
northern. 11.06$ LIC; No. 1 northern, new.
i fl.0201.6S; No. 3 northern. Il.0tei.06; No. i
I northern, new, Mc-8 11.02; No. 3 northern,
Ste.Qll; No 3 northern, new, 9S.4)9tc.; No.
1 spring. SSc.fiJl; No. 3 spring. XW.r..; vel
| vet chs.fr. M39Jc; durum. SAaito. Com' M?t,
: 64?06Se.; No. : whit*. ?7?e*S?c: Nc ;|
yellow, ??*?.'.; No t. *
white. 6M067?e.; No 3 yellow. 6|\ H ?>*<-.; i
No I ??', ?&'"??.<?? i No. 4 yellow. 63>, 964?C. |
Oat*?No : new. 40c: No. : white. 1215 430.:
No. 2 white, new. 4?, If 4-.V\; No. 3 white,
ItG41 tic; No. 3 white, new, ??H?S,4t??c.; No.
I white. 41041HC.; ?tandard. 40? 0 41?.c.;
standard, new, 40tf41?c.
Baltimore. Md.. August 3.?Wheat?Firmer,
spot, contract. 91"?jC.; southern on grade. S5%
91!?c. Corn?Dull. spot, contract. 69c. Oats?j
Firmer; No. 2 white, old. 44?046c.; new.
4304I?C. Rye?Quiet.
RICHMOND GRAIN MARKET.
Richmond, Va.. August S, 191
WHOLESALE QUOTATIONS ON CHANGE.
WHEAT?Car lots.
No. 2 red. Western. 5? J 1
No. 2 red. Virginia. O I
Vo, 3 rod. O
Virginia, bag lots. SI <S
Virginia, bag lots ifor seed! 91 {J
CORN? car lots.
No. ; white.m.... (i 74 1
No. 3 while. CT 7t
No. 2 mixed. Cr "Hi'.
No. 3 mixed. y TCVi
Virginia, ha? lots. 71 % 7?
OATS?car lots
No. 2 mixed (new). 42U
No. 3 mixed '(new). IVi
No. 2 white (new). ? 41
No. 3 white (hew*). ? 43
Winter se-,1 (bag lots). .Vi ? 63
No. ; (new I. g 67
No. 3 (new). 4J t3
RICHMOND HAY MARKET.
Richmond Va.. August 2. 1311.
Market steady at quotations:
Ko. I Timothy. 25.69
No 2 Timothy. u 00
Ko. 3 Timothy. ?0 00 C M.80
Light Clover, mixed. 34.00
No. I Clover, mixed.23.00
No. 2 Clover, mixed. 10 00
Ko. t Clover. 19 00
Ko. 2 Clover.Nominal
STRAW?Compressed . 7.50 O i.iO
pressed, largo bales_ 9.0*
(HUCKS?Compressed . Nominal
Loose pressed. !arg? bales_ Nomina!
Load your cars so thai hay at d. ors i ?p
??escnts contents, and thus ivuld rejectio s.
This market grades oay In accordance
?.1th the rules ot the National Htv Aiaocla.
lion.
CATTT.E MARKET.-..
RICHMOND LIVE STOCK MARKET.
.Sale* at Union Stork Yards >
Richmond. Va.. August 3. 1911. I
Report of the live stock market for the
week ending July 31:
Receipts?Cattle. 197 head: ealves. 112 head;
sheep 47* head; hogs. 37.=, h?ad.
Best steers. 6c.; medium to good. 5?0'5*4C.;
common io fair. (?0(e.; best heifers, 33
5'-.?c.. medium to good. I?04?C,
Chicago. III., August 3.?Cattle?Receipts
1.000 head. Market strong. Beeves, J.". S 7.33; !
Texas steers. ?t.4'> '<> 6.1"; western steers. $13
6.10; stocker., and sted.-rs. (tOS.SS: cow* and,
heifers. t2.109t.tS: calves. 15 f .'ifi 7.76. Hogs?I
Receipts 17.0'0 bead. Market more activ? I
and steady t... a shade higher than opening
Light, (?"..'C.fi 7.32?: mixed. i6.75*j6.30; heavy,:
IS'?: 7 37U; rough. t6.4SSjf.7t; good to choice
heavy. ?6.75r; 7.3",; pigs. 53.601j 6.20, bulk of
sales. 'U.SOij J.Jft Sheep? Reeeiptc 12.00A!
head. Market strong. Native, 12.2594.00; 1
western. I3.t004.00: yearling*. (3.760 4.S0;
lambs, native. }3 :.,'...; 73: western. (4 25'(7 6.95.
New York. August 3. ?Beeves ?Receipts 1. 1
3>: head, no trailing: teellng steady. Calves
-Receipt? -:-7 head, Market easy. Veals. S7
tjj9..'.o, buttermilks, tl.'.'. sheep and Lambs
Receipts S.643 head Sheep. 12,50(3 3.75; lambs,
11 B 1 ii 7.00; culls. (301.00. H?gl?Receipt! 1.791'
head. F-ellng Arm. ?
RICHMOND TOBACCO MARKET.
Richmond. Va.. August .". 1911.
Bright*-- Receipts light on account of lata 1
?eason. Sun-Cured?Receipts lighter. Mar-1
ket fairly active at quotations Brown Ship?
ping? Receipts continue light; demand good ;
at quotation!.
B HIGH TS
SMOKERS?Common .(7.00 OfSW
Medium . 9.00 0 U-M '
Fine . 12.00 O 13.00 :
CUTTERS?Common . 12.00 a is.ou
Medium . 14 co 4> 16 it
Fine . 17 00 V 18.it
Fancy . 35.50 Jj> 10 )(
rILLERS?Common . I.? ?? 1011
Medium . 14.00 0 I6.S0
Fine . 17.C-) .& I* -*'
Fancy . tf.50 0 20-W
FILLERS?Common . ? 00 3 lo.is) |
Medium . . 11.00 it 13 ?4
Fine . 14.00 ? 16.00
tVRAPPERS?Common . 15.00 ? :7.t* ;
Medium . 1V00 u 20.10 I
Fancy . 40.00 0 4i th \
Good . 26 00 3 30 W j
Fine . 35.50 O 37.50 .
BUN-CURED?NEW.
f.Ugs, common to good ., 6.50 fij 7.M
Lugs, good to prime. 7.30 q ? it, '
fhort leaf. 9.00 ft 11.(4
Long leaf. ILM Ii 14.61 '
IVrapp.tr* ....... 14.00 i# 24 C4
iTImlnei . 1.00 u im I
BROWN SHIPPING-REORDERED !
f.ugs ..?_% 7.50 OMIO'
Short loaf.,. 9.00 Q 30 to
Long leaf. 10.00 ? It 30
(wrapper* . is.oo ? 15.00:
MISCELLANEOUS MARKETS.
PEANUT MARKET
'Reported by R...igers. McCuhc * Co.)
retersburg. Va., August 3 ?Peanuts
Fanner*' Spanish firm at tl.27'4 per bushel;
shelled Spanish. No. 1. 707HO.; s'o. 2 Span?
ish, shelled. i.*iTtSc. per pound. Virginias?
Firm: bunch, 51, fi .".14c per pound; extra
prune. 4c. per pound, prime, 3?c. per pound;
machine picked. t?fl le. per pound; shelling
stock, 30t?e. per pound.
DRY GOODS MARKET.
New York. August t.?The cotton goods
n trket* were moderately steady and gen?
erally qul't. Yarn* are being offered at
lower figures and bid* ore being submitted
to mills more freely. A large dress goods
I sales will he Inaugurated next week by the
j H. B. Claflln Company. Raw silks is quiet
and steady.
NAVAL STORES
Wilmington. N. C. August 3.?Turpentine
Steady at 47>jc; receipts 65 cask*. Rosin ?
Steady at - (4.70; receipts 1S3 barrel*. Tar?
Firm at $2. receipt? M barrel*. Crude Tur?
pentine?Firm at *.->fj !?><'. receipt* :.l harre!?.
Savannah. (ia., August 3?Turpem.tie?
Firm at 4?Vi?43c.; soles, 7*7 casks: receipt?,
1.053 casks; shipments. 1A4 c?9eka: stock.
MS cask*. Rosin?Firm: salts 2.921 barrels;
receipt? 3*3 harre!*; ?ales. 3.37 s barrel*: steck
11S.MS barrel*. Quote: B. ?5.10.
MARINE INTELUOEXCE.
PORT OF RICHMOND. AUGUST 3. 1?U.
ARRIVED
Steamer Berkeley Shelly. Norfolk, mer?
chandise and passenger*. Old Dominion Line.
Steamer I'ooshonta*. Grave*. Norfolk and
Jame* River landings, merchandise and pas?
sengers. Virginia Navigation Company.
BAILED.
Steamer Berkeley. Shelly. Norfolk, mer?
chandise and passengers. Old Dominion Line.
OFFERS FINGER FOR CHILD.
Wnninn AVIlling to. Sell It to Take
Daughter t?ay From City.
New York. August 8.?In answer to
an advertlsment inserted In California
newspapers calling for the sale of a
woman's" right index finger for Kraft
Ins; purposes. Mrs. M A. Soy or, of 365
Bronx Park Avenue, to-day offered to
part with that member for SS.Obn be?
cause she Is desperately In need of
money and because she wants to rear
her ten-year-old daughter, Ruth, away
from the evil Intluencea of a large city.
"I would rathe., see lluth lying In
her cotlin than be forced to k.-ep her
any longer in New York.*' she said.
"Not that this city is any worse than
uny of the others, only the air ist bad.
the streets are bad. the associitOcns
ureti ndcslrable, and the effect of the
general environment on mental and
moral and physical health is most de?
plorable."
Pro"nble Ynlur of Crop.
Washington. P. C. August 3 ?With
continued official assurances that the
1S10-'11 cotton crop of the I'n'ted
States will be the greatest yield 'n
the history of the country, there is
speculation as to Its total value.
Should the staple this year sell at
the same price it did In 1910 the value
of the crop would be approximately
$1,000,608,000, exceeding the record
breaking cotton crop value mnde last
year bv more than llSn.onn.ono Fur?
ther estimates to-day from the gov- j
ernnient's otfl< al figures of ss.l per
cent, of a normal for the condition
of the growing crop on July '.'5. in- !
dicates that th* oorp will he T.Mfi.
000.000 pounds, or 14.741,631 hales of
47s pounds, net weight. This WOlild
surpass the record cotton production
year of 1904 by more than 1.000,000
bales.
It the crop this year sells at 11.5
cents a p'.und. the average price for
the last live vears. Its value would
be about 120*000,000 below last year's
great value record
NEGROES HELD FOR
POISONING STOCK
Galax. Va , August 3.?a K. Bur-1
getts. of Siloam N. C, was arrested
n'ear here by Constable Stanllff on
the charge of poisoning the stock of
J. a. Whltaker. !
Burgetts lived on Whltaker's farm,!
nnd the poisoning wag done Immediate?
ly following a misunderstanding be?
tween the two men. i
Whet: Whltaker went to his barn
early on the morning of the 17th he!
tound a horse and two cows In a dying,
condition, showing unmistakable evi?
dence of poisoning.
Later, a quantity of Paris green was1
found in the spring and in the milk in
the spring house. Fortunately it was
discovered before either milk or water
was used by the family. A reward of]
$'Ji> was offered for the arrest of Bur?
getts, who had. fled to Virginia. and;
was found working on the farm of I.
K. Higgins, six miles southeast of
Galax.
ASHLAND NEWS NOTES
! Ashland. Va . August 3.?Mr. a.nd Mrs.j
Michael Harmon, who have been at!
Mrs. .lames Harris's for some time,
1 have gone to Richmond for tho win
I tor.
; Miss Florence Trevilllan Is visiting'
1 her .sister. Mrs. John W. Best, Jr.. ut
her home In Warsaw, N. C.
.lehn Grimes; of Richmond. spent
Monday with his granddaughter. Miss
Katherlnc Crimes, who la at Mrs.
.lames Harris's.
Mr-. Blanton Is the guest of her sis?
ter. Mr? Amanda Cross.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Jordan Leak.--. of[
Richmond, are visiting their aunts,!
Misses Pintle and Llvy l,oake.
! Mr. und Mrs. Bryan McCullen, ol
I Greensboro, N. C, are visiting Mr. and
i Mr.?. T>. R Mldyctte.
Mrs. Gary, of Buckingham, Is the
I guest of her sister. Mrs Josle Wright,
j Miss Stuart Blanton. has returned
: from a visit to Mrs. James Ryland, In
I Richmond
j Miss l.ara Coleman. of Emporla, Is
the guest of Mrs. Richard Ohencry.
I Masters Reginald nnd Roy Gunn, of
j GOFdonsvtlle, are visiting their grand
' father. Rev Joshua Hunter.
I Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Lipacomb, of
I Richmond, are spending some, time at
Oie Henry Clay Inn.
Langstaft lohnsnn. of Richmond. Ih
visiting his aunt. Mrs. C. B, Potts.
Mr. Stanley Blanton, of Richmond, Is
in town vlnltlng trlends.
Mrs. S. C. Welslger leaves this week
for an automobile trip to Atlantic
City, with her' nune. Dr. Carter ami
Robert Welslger.
Misses Annlo Macon PottB anrl Kthol
Lawless have returned from a visit to
Willoughby Ueach.
III? ?ItollM I? Hiirned.
(Special to The Times-DispatchJ
Harrlsonburg. Va.. August 3.?T. W.
Ballou. who recently moved here from
the State farm, near Richmond, whcro
he had charge of the bloodhounds, lost
a roll of greenbacks, amounting to
?20? In an early morning bla/.o. when
his home on North Main Street was
badly damaged by fire. The green?
backs had been placed under a pillow
on a bed.
_ J&a?roaos. ^_
?ic?montl, Mericteb'g & Potomac R. R.
TO AND FROM WASHINGTON AND BEYOND.
Loavo Richmond I Arrive Richmond
I 'S.atf A.M. Hyrd St.Sta.
I ?5.12 A.M. Main St. Ma.
'(1.50 A.M. hi r.i St.Sta.
! ?7.30 A.M. Main St. St?.
i ?8.40 A.M. Hyrd Su Sta.
?li.Ol noon llyrd Kt. Ma.
11.011 P.M. Hyrd St.Sta.
! M.IS P.M. Klua Station.
1 *S.lfi P.M. Main St. Nta.
?S.-J0P.M. llyrd St. Sta.
?i.50 A.M. Hi rdM.su.
?11.-25 A.M. l.lba Station. I
tll.35 A.M. II) rd St.Sta.
?1.M P.M. Main St. Hla.
??.15 P.M. lly rd St.Sta. I
?7.25 P.M. llyrd St.Sta. I
'0.10 P.M. Hi i I St.Sta. j
?0.40 P.M. Main SL Sta. :
?11.05 P.M. MalnSt.Sta. j
?Ii!..'ill nicht llyrd St.Sta
ACC0MM00ATI0N TRAINS?WEEKDAYS.
Leaso ll/rd St. Sta. 1.30 P. II. for Fr-d.-rltkO.nrir.
I.eate Klho Sta. 7.50 A.M.. 11.30 P.M. Tor Ashland
Arrlte Hyrd St. Stn. S.So A.M. from Frcderlrksli'g.
ArrlTf i;it>a Sta. 840 A.M...'...10 P.M. from Aslilaod.
?Doily. ) Weekdays. ?Sundays only.
All trains to or from Byid Street Station
(except trains leaving 5.30 a. m. and arriving
1* 50 nicht) utop at Elba. Time of arrivals and
departures not Eunrnnteed. Kend the signs.
SOUTHERN RAILWAY
TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND.
N. B. ?Following schedule Itgurca puDllahe.l
as Information and not guaranteed'
6:10 A M ?Dally?Local fur Charlotte. Dur?
ham ancl Raleigh. 10:45 A. M.?Dally*?LI ml*
*d?For all points South. Drawing Room
Buft?.l sleeping Car to Ashevtlle. N. C. 3:00
p, M. Ex. Bun.?Local for Durham and In?
termediate stations. 6;C0 P. M. Ex. Sun.?
Kcy.vllle Local. U:45 P. M.?Dally?Limited
?For all points South. Pullman ruady at 8:30
P. Si.
YORK RTVER UN EL
4:(0 P. M. ?Ex. Hun.?West PL. connect?
ing for Baltimore Moo.. Wed. and FrL 4:00
A M?Ex. Sun. and J:1S P. SI.?Mon.. Wei
and Frl ?Local to West Point.
TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND.
From the South: 4:50 A. II.. 8:06 P. M.,
dally: S:40 A. M F.x Sun.; 12*6 Ex. Purxi
3-00 P. M. dally. From West Point: 8:S0 A.
il Dally; U:K A. SL Wed. and Frl.: 4:H P.
Id. Ex. Bun.
B. E. BURGESS, D. P. A..
870 E. Main Bt 'Pbone Uadlson 4SI
Chesapeake & Ohio Railway
7.40 A. ?Loral ?Dally?Newport News.
S.30 A. Local.? Dally?Ch'vt'.le. Ex. Sun. C.
Forge.
,;. ,in ,\.?Express?Daily?Norfolk. Old Point.
(It ?? A.?Local?Dally?L:hbg. Lex. C. Forge.
U!:45 A ?Mtn. Spl. Ex. Sunday?W. Suipliur.
?2:00 P.?Express?Dally?Cln.-L'vllle.
11:00 P.?Express?Dally?Norfolk. N. News.
5.0O P?Local?Dally?N. News, Old Point.
5:15 P.?Local ?tlx. Sunday?Qordonsvllla.
?S:15 P.?Local*-Ex Sunday?Lchbg, Natural
Bridge. Clifton Forge.
?4:JI P. ?Limned?Dally?Cincinnati, Chicago.
?11:40 P.?Express?Dally?Cincinnati, L'viiie.
?Sle?-p.>rs. 'Parlor cars.
TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND-Local from
F.ast:*:? A. St.. 7:50 P. M. Through from
East: 11:30 A. M. 1:30 P. jt.
Local from West: "S^O A. M.. ?*?:50 A. M..
S 25 P. M. and S:20 P. M. Through: 7:00 A.
M.. 2:49 P. M.
James River I.!n<-: "5.35 A. M . 8:15 P. SL
??Dally except Suncay.
Atlantic Coast Line
EFFECTIVE JULY 2. :91L
TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND DAILY.
Fcr Florida and South: 8:15 A. U. and
1:35 P. St. 1:00 A. M. Charleston.
For Norfolk: "!>:10. 8:00 A. M.. ?3:00 P. ?L.
4:10 P. M.. '?7:00 P. SL
For N. & W. Hy \V?t: 5.15 A. if.. l):9t)
A. M.. ?3:00 P. M. and 8:20 P. M.
For Fctetsburg: 1:00 A. SI., 0:15 A. SL.
??1:10 A. M.. 5:15 A. M.. 0:00 A M 10:00
A. St.. '2:00 P. M.. 4:10 T. it.. 6:05 P. ?.. '
??i:0j P. M., 7:S5 P. St.. 9:20 P. M.. 11:45 P. Sfl. '
For Golcishoro and Fayettevllle: #4;10 P. M.
Train arrive Richmond daily: 5:20 A. M'.. 1
6:40 A. St.. 6:55 A. 54 . '5:37 A, M.. "IPtii ?
A M.i ?litt? A 51.. ??11:43 A. iL, '2:00 P. *?.,
??2:1= P, M.. 6:C6 p. M.. 6.55 P. M., 5:00 P. M.,
8:00 P. M.. ??10:25 P SI., 11:30 P. Id.
? Except Sunday. ?? Sunday only..
Time of arrival and departure and con- ]
oecltons not guaranteed.
C. 6. CAMPBELL.. D. P. A
Norfolk and Western Railway
ONLY ALL RAIL LINE TO NORFOLK.
Schedule In Effect May 14. 1811.
Leave Byrd Street station, Richmond, FOR '
NORFOLK: bS:10 A. M.. *>:0u A. SL, a3:00 P. .
il , ??:!? F. M.. 1.7:00 P. SI.
FOR LYNCHBUHO AND THE tVEST:
?6:15 A. M.. 'lu-OO A. il.. a3:00 P. M., ?8:20
P. M.
vrrive Richmond from Norfolk. ?11:40 A.'
M bll:45 A. M.. ?6:35 P. M.. b:0:25 P. il.. '.
?11-30 I*. M. From the West: '6:55 A. if., !
aj.tw P. M.. 1)2:15 P. St., "6:05 P. M.. "8:00 P. iL I
?Dal.y. aDally er. Sunday. bSunday only.
Pullman 1'arlor and Sleeping Cars, Cats
Dining Cars. C. H. BOSLEY,
D. P. A , Richmond, Vs.
W. B. BEVILL. G. P. A.. Rosnoka. Vs.
Richmond & Petersburg Electric Railway
Cats icave Maachcater, Seveutb and Perry
Streets, lor Petersburg:
?6, 7. 8. 10, 11. ?13 A. Id., L 2, "J, 4, 6.
"5:4... ??. 7. k. *8, 10 P. SL
11:00 I*. M. for Cnester, 13:00 midnight for
Petersburg*,
Cars leave Petersburg, foot ef Sycamore
Street, for Mancher tar:
t?:15. 6.M. "IAS, ?7:56, S:SS, 8:35. ?10:35, U:H
A. V. 12:36, ?1:35. 2:35. 3:35. Miff, l.U, 6:55,
?7:25. s:3*. ?:35. ?10:40. U:40 P. li.
lDaily except Sunday and holidays
?Carries :.;??? and express.
??Limited, except Sundays and holiday*.
All cats from Petersburg cuonect with
cars for Richmond.
SEA BOA KM AIR LINE.
Southbound trains scheduled to leave Rich?
mond dally: 8:10 A. M.?Local to Norllna
1.20 p. it.?Sleepers and coaches, Atlanta,
Birmingham. Savannah. Jacksonville and
Florida points. 8:50 P. M.?Sleepers and
coaches. Sjavannah, Jacksonville and Florida
points 11:13 P. St.?Sleepers und coachea, At?
lanta, Birmingham. .Memphis and the South?
west. Northbound trains scheduled to arrive
In Richmond dally: 5:32 A. St., 7:23 A. SL,
4.05 " M . 5:40 P. it.
RICHMOND AND Cll ErtAVKAKE BAY
RAILWAY COyil'AJTV.
Sc he rli.:.- of electric trains to and from
Ashland, stopping at Intermediate stations
upon signal: Lv. Richmond (Broad and
Laurel Sta.). ?0:06. ?7:10. 8:10b. 8:10. ??10:10.
?1:10 A. M . 1:10. 2:10. 3:10. 4:10b. 5:10. 6:30.
7:10. k.ltu. 10.10, 11:46 P. M Lv. Ashland,
?6:55. 7b. 8. 3b, 10, ??11 A. it.. ?13 if., ?'L
1, 3. 4. 0b. 6. 7. 8. 8b. U P. SL
?Daily except Sunday. ??Suoday only.
(.Tarries t.aggage.
NORFOLK SOUTHERN
Lv. Norfolk: 'k:16 and ?u A. SI., ?8 P. it.,
tor Eastern Carolina and the South.
Lv. Halelgh: '3:16 A. St.. t3 and *8;1? P. SL.
for Eaatuii. Carolina and Norfolk.
Pullman Sleeping Cars between Norfolk,
Raleigh: also Doldeboro and Norfolk.
?Dall:. v Ex. Bun.
C. D. LBORANDB, O. A.. American Nation?.
Bank. 'Phone Monroo '.631. Rlobmond.
W. W CROXTON. O. P. A-. r.-orfolk. Va.
?tcami^oatg.
Baltimore Steam Packet Co.
Eciulppotl with wireless telegraphy.
TO BALTIMORE AND THE NORTH VTA
NORFOLK AND OLD POINT.
Leave Rl. hrnonil Dally, Including Sunday, via
N. & W. Ry. 3:00 P. St.. Norfolk ?:20 P. M.
f:. * O. Ry. 4:00 P. M7, Old Point 7:30 P. M.
O. D. B, S. C?. 7:00 P. M. (one day In Nor?
folk).
Va. Nav. Co 6:30 A. if. (Monday. Wednes?
day and Friday).
Tickets at all offices. For staterooms ap?
ply to If. M. BOYK1N, Agent. 530 Kant Main
Street
JfaamtaL_fwmtiaX^
Notice
of
Call for Redemption
6?/o Ten Year Notes
Jefferson Realty Corporation
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
to the Holders of Coupon Notes
Nos. 2, 4, 16, 20, 24 and 69,
for one thousand dollars ($1,000) each, of the series of six per cent,
leu-ycar coupon notes of Jefferson Realty Corporation, dated March 2, 1908, that,
in accordance with the terms of said notes, redemption of the same will be made by
Jefferson Realty Corporation on September 1, 1911, that being the next date for
the payment of semi-annual interest due on said notes, by the payment of the prin?
cipal of said notes, with interest accrued to the date of redemption, and the further
sum of one and one-half perccntum of the face value of said notes, provided said
notes with all unmatrucd interest coupons annexed are surrendered on said date
of redemption; and the holders of said notes arc hereby required to present the same
with all unmatured interest coupons annexed, for redemption in the manner above
stated, on September 1, 1911, at
American National Bank
RICHMOND, VIRGINIA.
If said notes are not presented for redemption at said time and place, a sum
equal to the principal of said notes and unpaid interest due thereon, and one and
one-half pcrcentum of the face value thereof, will be deposited with the American
National Bank of Richmond, Virginia, for the redemption of said notes when pre?
sented, and said notes will thereafter cease to bear interest.
JEFFERSON REALTY CORPORATION,
By O. F. WEISEGER, Secretary.
An Awakening
We are pleased to note the increased interest manifested by
a discriminating public on the all-important question aa to
WHO is to administer upon their estate.
Whether it be Individual or Corporate is the question. We
answer unqualifiedly, CORPORATE.
As EXECUTOR, TRUSTEE or ADMINISTRATOR, this
Company makes an ideal Independent Agent at a minimum
cost.
Correspondence and Interviews invited.
JjBank of Commerce & Trusts J
INCORPORATED 1832.
Seventy-nine Years In Successful Operation* g
Virginia Fire and Marine j
Insurance Co ?9 of . Richmond, Va.
ASSETS, $1,590,315.55 |
OFFICE 1015 E!MAIN 5TREET
BROAD STREET BANK
303 EAST BROAD STREET.
Temporary location during construction of our banking house.
Capital, .... $200,000
Surplus and Undivided Profits, 110,000
W. IL Habllst.in. Pres.; J. W. Rothert Vice-Pros.; Jno. O. Walker. 2d
Vlee-Pres.; Andrew M. Glover. Cashier.
PERSONAL AND BUSINESS ACCOUNTS SOLICITED.
With assets of over $1.700.000. every Inducement consistent with good
banking Is offered to Its customers. 3 per cent, allowed In Savings
Department Bank Is open till S o'clock Saturday evenings.
Your Insurance Rate Is Fixep
By the fire hazard of your risk.
Reduce the hazard and you reduce the premium.
CONSULT
Virginia State Insurance Company
Organized 1865.
HOME OFFICE, - - MAIN AND FIFTH STREETS.
Phone Madison 4000.
Expert Insurance Advice Given Gratis.
We pay Three Per Cent. Com?
pound Interest on savings ac?
counts.
Manchester National Bank
??teamt]oat&
Ch esapeake Steam ship Co
Big new ships. "City of Norfolk"' end j
"City of Baltimore,"
Equipped with wireless telegraphy. Tele
phone service throughout the ships. State. 1
rooms en suite, with bsths. Prices from j
J6c to $3.30. Excellent meals. 16c.
TO BALTIMORE AND THE NORTH VIA '
NORFOLK AND OLD POINT.
Leave Richmond Dally, except Sao., via I
N. Sc. W. Ry. 3:00 P. M.. Norfolk 6:15 P M :
C. & O. Ry.. 4:00 P. M. Dally, Old Polnl
7:15 P. M.
O. D. S. 3. Co. 7:00 P. M. Dally (one day in '
Norfolk).
Va. Nav. Co. 1:30 A. M. (Monday, Wednes?
day and Friday).
Tickets at all offices. For staterooms
apply to 3. E. BUROESfl, D. P. Agent, 020
East Main Street. Rlchmon4.
OLD DOMINION LINE
Lv. Richmond foot of Ash HL dally.7:00 1*. 11.
Leave Newport .News.&:00 A. U.
Arrive Norfolk.?,.oo A. 31.
Connects with main llns steamers leaving
Norfolk, for New York dAlly except Nunnsy
7:00 P. M. Connections also mads by N. A
W. Hy. 3 P. M. and C. A O. Ry. ?t 4 |?,
Nttht Llns steamers stop at Claremont to
load or receive passengers t.tl signal.
ViutiiMA NAVIGATION <:0.- Jam*, uivsr
by daylight for Norfolk. Old Point, N?w
ptirt Newa and all James River lauUlngs I
SDamer leaves Monday, Wednesday and
Friday at 6:80 A. M. Freight received for all
James River landings. 'Phono Madison 111.
Alain Ticket Office, til r. u*.'o Kir.oi.
Merchants and Miners Transportation Co
Norfolk to Boston, Mass., and
Frovlrtcnro, It, I.
Steamers leave Norfolk for Unalon, Hun.,
Tue*, and Frl.; for Providence, tjor.,, \Vod.
and Sat. at 7 P. M. Passengers and freight
tsken for all ..?w Bnglsnd point* Tbiksls
on sale at office C. A O. Ry., 14 A W, lly?
& II. Bowman, ."03 Bast Main, and UUhiiioud
Transfer Co.. 303 Esst Main.
I The Man I
Who Knows I
By actual experience will toll H
you that. In every way possible, B
the officers and employees of ?
this bank combine to make the B
account of evory depositor of I
H the utmost value and to make R
SJ him feel thoroughly at homo gfi
I First National Bank 1
niCIIMO.ND, VA. 1
I Capital and Surplus $2,000,000 1
Your money is absolutely safo
in (his bnnk.
Commonwealth Bank
E. A. BARBER, JR.
CrrllflPri I'ulillo Accountant.
E. A. BARBER & CO.
Al l ni'NTINO, AUDITING,
OIK) A N I /1NU. SYSTKMATIZINO,
'JIO Mutual IltilMIng,
I'I.iino Mari. (11121. nichmond. Va,
National Bank of Virginia
Capital, ? $1,200,000
Surplus, ? $ 600,000
Accounts solicited
Ninth and Main Street!

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