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Stock Market Nf<w York. August 14.?Taking the ?ession as a whole, to-day's stock mar? ket gave a better account of itself than any day of the ;>ast week. London was again Its guido, sending over a list of gains which ran from one tu over two point* In United States Steel, Union Pacific and Canadian Pacific, and later continuing Its operations In this market. The buying from that quarter caused some cynical comment, how? ever, there being ground for the liellef that it had Its Inception on this side of the water. At all events. It hud the effect of instilling a degree of ooiiil dertce and buying, ''Otli of which es? sentials ha<l been sadly lacking for almost a fortnight. Likewise, it Is believed to have v.iused extensive shun covering. aUhough in this particular opinions differ radically. Some ot the shrewdest students of the movement are firmly convinced that the short In? terest had not been very laige at any time ylnce the decline began. In fact, every passing .lay .strength? ens the belief that the recent selling was of a pronounced liquidating char ICter, not necessary on the part of weakened holders, but rather from those well aide to safeguard their in- 1 lerests, but weary and disgruntled with general conditions. l)i*c-ssiuli of fundamentals to-day rnr.ged from the purely academical to the possibility of reduced dividends in the course of the j next few months by some of the prom- i lnent roads, ns well as industrial com panics. Respecting the former, It was noted that St. Paul's earnings the past two ye.trs nave been such as to leave room for doubt that the company will j be able to maintain the 7 per cent, rate j on the common. It is well known that other roads of less Importance artf dis- | burring larger dividend- than are j deemed compatible with safety or cdri servatlsm. and Indubitably this applies | to industrials as well United Slates Steel led the list in point of activity to-day. sales aggre? gating 200,000 shares, out of a grand total of 7S2.?O0. The buying .of this stock was at times on a very large scale, and gave color to tS?e theory that the demands came from Inside sources. The fact that the Stanley eongros- . slonal committee , had adjourned for! two months .was accounted an encour- j aging feature, and other advices bear- i ing upon the steel an.l Iron Industry | were even more favorable, Including ? the news of increased activity in the | Plttsburg district This was partly'1 nullified, however, by renorts that the , new business resulted fr.om further i shading of prices In finished -products. A significant item touching opon the ? Harriman properties was the an- | nouncement that decreased traffic had eatlsed the withdrawal by Southern Pacific of four ships from Its coastwise trade. I The market wts at Its best .n the | last hour, when Union Pacific advanced ; to 171 a gain of four points, with ? simultaneous move elsewhere In the j active group. Considerable sto.-k came out on this rise, but the advantage was well maintained, subject to slight | recessions The closing was strong i and had all the marks of a belated rally, a logical outcome of events of the past fortnight. Gains In stocks Other than Union Pacific ran from one | to two points. On the "curb" a sale | of 200 shares of Standard Oil at 600, its recent price, was the only feature. I Bond market was steady, with a sharp advance in some Issues shortly I before the close. Total sales, par value, aggregated $2.SSfi,noo. United States government bonds were un? changed. Total sales for the day, 782,400 ? hares. New York. August 14.?Money on call steady, highest. 2 3-8: lowest. 2 1-4; ruling rate. 2 3-S; last loan. 2 S-S; clos- 1 lng bid, 2 1-4: offered at 2 ?.-S per cent ! Time loans easier; sixty days. 2 3-4C3] per cent : ninety days, 3ft 3 1-1; six months, 3 3-4!i?4 per cent Prime mer- ' cantile paper. 4 1-IJ4 1 -2. Sterling exchange steady, with actual business 1 in bankrr.-' bills at $4.S37.r. for sixty days and at J4 BS76 for demand. Com? mercial bills. J4 $3 1-4. Bur silver. 53. Mexican dollars. 45. RICHMOND .STOCK MARKET. By Richard W. Maury, Ptoek ar.o TW.rt Broker. 1015 E. Main Street. Richmond. Va.. August 14, 1W1, STATE SECURITIES. " Hid Asked. Virginia 3s. Old. C and R. 193:!.. s<4 ... Va. Centuries. :-3. C. and R.. ISM. ?9 CITY SECURITIES. Richmond i'lty is. R . :>C*.!?> . 97 9:!._. RAILROAD BONDS A. C. L. R R. i"on. Tr. 4 p. e.... M C. und O. GOn'l XI . i'.js. 1'*". 101 Georgia, Sou. and Fla., 104.'. K? Georgia and Ala '.'on. 5?. \'M_ 104 Nor. and West. Ry. 4s. 1995. j< Seaboard Air Line 4?, 1W0. S7 Fcaboard Art lustmsr.i is. 1949. 77 ... , Southern Railway 1st Is ISM_ P.s Fo. R. D*r> and g. M is. 19"-fi. . ;;. ... I WMternVN.+C.-Ut ?r. C. 1914. lot ... STREET RAlbWAY BONDS. Nor, and Ports. Tr.ir. Co 5?, 1SJ4. ?9 90 Va. Ry. and Power Co is. 1934_ Kf. ... | STREET RY. STOCKS. Par. Va. Ry. and Power Co pfd_loo 7'. Va. Ry. and Power Co, com_loo 37 SS I RAILROAD STOCKS. Par. j Atlantic Coan I.ir.e com.10J ... ? Chesapeake und Ohio.100 7i ... Norfolk and Western com.loo ... j Southern Railway pfd.10ft g] ... i fcoutnern Railway iom.100 :> ... I BANK AND TRUST CO. STOCKS. American National.UO 177 ISO ' Broad Mr'et. ;? S; Pirst National. .iro Merchants National .100 7M Nations: Bank ol Virginia.100 200 Yk National state and City ll.ir.k ,1001(1 150 \ Pianiers National.10) TOO ... | Savings Hank or Richmond. 2j 71 ,,j Union Bank of Klelintond.?o 300 Virginia Tiun Company.17) ISO ,;; i MISCELLANEOUS; Va.-Car. Chem. pfd. S p. c.:oo 115 ... : Va.-Car. Chem com.109 .-..-.i^ j Quotations for Interest-paying bonds are at a price to wh.ch Interest must be added Income bonds aid certificates oi indebted? ness are dat. BOND LIST7 A!lU-Ch?'.n.ers Si...>. . 70? American Tobacco Company la.. 1 , American Tobacco Company "ji. 114-1? Atlantic Coast Line 1st is (bldi. 9i A. C. L.-L and N. Ii (bid).. . A ?". L, eohv. <> (Batto.j asked.;.)_ '?? * Chesapeake and Ohio tone. ji^s. Norfolk and Western riohv. is. latu. .^eat.otrd Air I.ln? is... ?-v t-eaboard An L.r.e hitj. . Koutiicrn Bell ibid). v, ?ouihern Railway is. 7. Southern rinliuae is (bid). ' i'cj'i United States Stetl is. j,.,t* Va.-Brown Btoi elf?, ibid). ;?? Va.-Car. Ch'm. ;si :,t. ^j,;. Wahash ?]?:, is . , " Wabash-l':tis. 1st Is.. . ;\ Panama new J?.,. . 10"' < Ol ION M ?,!(),! 1 S, New York. A.ugjsi II,-An earlv advance in the cotton market, riu< ? ? reports ..: . f..p deterioration and covering of short, v\-s followed by a reaction tn nearly th?' clos? ing figures Of s-|,;ur.ln>. and th, market r.osed steafly at a net gain oi 4(/7 pr.ints Receipts 10-day 1,1? bales against 3C-i last week and 7.I2-, ;an year. T?-day'l re celpn at New Orleans Mi bales agalnd l " \% ",IOUM0' is'm ba,<s afc""'"": Cotton futures opened tieadi anrt eioaed Steady ; Open High, OPEN AN ACCOUNT WITH The Union Bank of Richmond 1107 EAST MAIN STUFET. 17.00 MAKES A START. 3 PER CENT. INTEREST Official Range and Sale of Stocks in New York IS.KKI soo 6.900 1.100 ?,050 j.soo ;oo 6,300 fs9G0 30? 15,600 20 1(6 fOO 200 4.3-? ! 800 1.311 350 (500 16,300 3,060 700 9.1 SO i. Stock. Allls-Chalmers . Alls-Chalmers, pfd. Amalgamated Copper ... Am. Agr. Chem., com ? Amer. Reel Sugar, com.. American Can . American fan. pfd. Amer. Car and Foundry, Am. Car. and Foun. ,pfd. American Cotton Oil. Amer. Linseed oil. pfd... American Locomotive ... Amer. Locomotive, pfd.. Amer. Malt Co.. pfd. American Smelting . American Sugar . Amer. Tel. and Tel. Co... American Tobacco, com.. American T.iHacco, pfd.. Anaconda Copper . Atchlson . Atlantic ("oast Line. A. C. L. of Conn. Baltimore and Ohio . Brooklyn Rapid Transit. Central Leather, com_ Canadian Pacific . Che-nprake and Ohio ? Chicago Oreat Western. Chi. Mil. and St. Paul... Crucible Steel Cor., com.. Crucible Steel, pfd. Chi. and Northwestern.. Colorado Fuel and Iron, Colorado and Southern.. Consolidated Gas . Delaware and Hudson... Den. & Rio Grande, com. I>cn. .v. Rio Grande, pfd.. Distillers- Sec. Cor. Erie . Brie. i*t pfd. Fed. Mln. and Sm., pfd... Gen. Blectrlc . Great Northern, pfd. Great Northern Ore Ctfs Illinois Central . By THOMAS BRANCH & CO., Bankers and Brokara. Open. High. Low. Bid. Asked. Sales. Stock. Closing 62\ 65% 61 9% S2% Si 5314 27% 364 70 % 134 .?76 924 37 106 1224 va% 75% 24% 239% 744 31 115% l>i fill, 140' 30 50 136?? 165 25% 304 30% 50 isi' i2<; 4S 13S 63% 65% 52% 9% 83% 61*? 134?, 3S2 33 37? 105?? 123% 764 24?? 239'? 75 Vj 21 116% K% SOU 141 30 60 3i>4 165 25?? 65 as 307; 50?, i53?i 136*4 624 564 50 Vj 9V, S2 SOH 53% 274 364 137? 9214 37 10|i? 122'-, 237% 74 20% 114% 121.? SO 1401? 30 43-1, 135?. 165 544 30% 29% 15% 152 6*4 30 63 664 51% 3% S3 51% 116 64 36*4 104 3S% 71% 114V4 134U 379 93 Vi 37 "s 105 74 123% 102% 101% 102^ 1164 12 sn% 141% :9> 49*. 138 165 25% 544 32 304 504 5?V 163 126 '% 204 63% 55% 52% 9-% 83% ii?M 66 29 37% 110 40 724 DC 134% 2M 94 37% !W 1234 24S 102?i 76?; 254 233% 20% 1164 13 51% 143 3.700 lntorboro-Met. . 16 1.300 Interboro-Met. pfd. ... 42-% Int. Mar. Marine, com.. ... International Paper . 200 Internat. Paper, pfd? 46% 500 Kansas City So., com.. 29> 1.9on l.ehlgh Valley . 166 1,600 Louisville and Nashv.. 1444 Manhattan . 2350 Mo.. Kan. and Texa>.. 32% 100 Mo.. Kan. and Tex., pfd -6i3% 2,500 Missouri Pacific . -13 1.100 Natolnal Lead . 604 1.400 New York Central.104% 1,400 N. T., Ont. and West., 40 1 000 Norfolk and Western.. 1034 20.400 Northern Pacific . 1204 l.OOOPacInc Mail . 3,400 Pennsylvania . 110% 400 Teople^g Gas . 1014 200 Pressed Steel Car. 32 Pressed Steel Car, pfd. 300 R-v Steel Spring, com.. 31% 27,600 Reading . 148 1,000 Republic Iron and Steel 254 500 Republic I. and S., pfd.. 90s; 14,800 Rock Island . 25'? 2,700 Roclt Isuand, Jfd. o2% 300 Sloss-Shefflcld . 45 18,900 Southern Pacific . 1144 Opon. High. Low. Bid. Asked. Closlnsf. 16 16 164 15% 44 42% 43*4 44% 44 5% 9% 10% pfd 4.500 Southern Railway 600 Southern Railway, "77 Staudard Oil . 2.700 Tennessee Copper 30 sno Texas Pacific . 504 160.700 Union Pacific . 1384 1,600 United States Rubber.. 167 193.900 United Stales Steel 26 3.000 United States Steel 1,3(0 Va.-Car. Ya.-Car. 525 Wabash 3'i> Wabash 1,700 Western Va. Ry Va. Ry. tjnd Power, pfd . Pittsburg Coal, com- 194 Total sales for day. 7J2. 34 30% 63 164 126% 2S% 674 605 33 26 172 73% pfd U5% Chemical . S6 t:hotn-, pfd. . 14% pfd . 30 Union . 744 and Power, com y .. 46% 31 167% 146 33 66% 43 61 1044 40% 104 121?*-. 29% 121 104% 324 31% 146'. 264 92 274 53% 45 116% 29 69 605 334 26 174% 38 74% 116% 564 46 T4 294 164% 1434 32 66% 414 60 103% 39% 1034 119?? 2S% 1204 104 32 31 90% 25% 61 15 113% 274 674 32 17u*-? 36 71% 115% H4 744 19% 13' i 100 shary?. 46 30% 166% 324 66% 424 61 *?% 39% 103% 1204 121 1044 104" 32 33 394 100 31 32 91% 27% 63% 44 iir.% 29 69 600 33% 26% 174 374 A 56% 120 14% 304 73?. a 3SV a 7SV 194 20 October .U.? 11.? ILM U.19 November .~. *???' December .U.23 U.S1 11.17 11.51 januar)' .? !S n :s lUl nls February .11.17 . March . U.?2 n:o h-3i May .11.3J 11.33 11.32 UM Spot cotton closed qulct; middling up- j land*. 15.40; middling gulf. 15.65. Cotton, quiet; middling, 12.40; gross re? ceipts. 4.503 bales; stock. S2.765 bales; export to Great Britain. F6 bales; to the Continent, f0 ba'.et; Coastwise. 990 bales. Total to-day at all ports?Net receipts. 4.7* bales; export to Great Britain, 16 bales; to France. 600 bales; to the Continent. 30 bales; stock, 145,3".<f bales. Consolidated at all ports?Net neceljpts. 10.C64 bales: export to Great Britain, 1.6111 bales; to France, 6.000 bales; to the Conti? nent. 600 hales. Total since September 1 at all ports?Net | receipts, S.520,051 bales: export to Great j Britain. 3,264.250 bales: to France, 501.201 hales; to the Continent. 3,044.611 hale?; to] Japan. 145.972 bales; to Mexico. 3.075 bales. ; New Orleans. August 14?Cotton futures opened steady at an advance oflQi points on unlMvorahle weather reports front the. Western belt over Sunday. The close was i steady at a net advance of 1ft 2 points. January. 11.14; March. 11.26; May, 11.56: Au? gust. 15.09; September. 11.34; October. 11.11; December, ii,.u. LOCAL MARKET QUOTATIONS, (Furnished by Levy Commission Co., Com? mission Merchants. Richmond, Va.) Richmond. Va.. August 14, 1911. ACTUAL WHOLESALE QUOTATIONS OF MARKET. LIVE POULTRY. Chickens, choice, small, lb? 15 3 Chickens, choice, medium, lb.. 15 3 Chickens, large, lb. 1& g. Bens, lb. ?j 15 Roosters, each. 30 3 Ducks, large, young, lb. 15 3 13% Ducks, sma'.l. young, lb. 10 y 11 EOOS-Crated. In crater, nearby, fresh, dos.. 3 50 In erstes, other sections, dor... 19 ij Guinea eggs, doz. $ U BUTTER. family, choice, fresh, lb. 20 ? 22 Merchants', talr. lb. 17V? LIVE STOCK. Veals, choice to fancy. Ib.. . ? 7 Veals, poor to fair, lb. 6 y 6Vi I calves, runners, lb. ? ? Stf, J Sheep, lb. 3 Hi 3% i Lambs, spring, lb. 6 ft hSi J Cattle, fair to prim*, lb. 3 y 6 Hogs, lb. 7 ? 7ii i COUNTRY-CUBED BACON Hams, well smoked, small, lb. IS 3 Ham*, well smoked, large. it,.. 16 ft sides. well smoked, iu. i^Vsii Shoulders, welt smoked, lb.... I."s3' HIDKS Dry Hint, lb.!. 17 ? Dry salt, lb. 14 ft Green, salt, lb. 10^3 Green, lb. SVa tj. '| Ursen, dsmoged, lb. s ? 7 1 Tallow, lb. ? 6 I Beeswax . 3 27 t WO'iL. Bricht. No. 1. tubwashed, lb. 54 3 25 | Bright. No. lubW?shed. ft 54 ' Chi, unwashed, tret of burrs. 3 21 ! Ch.. unwashed, lightly hurry. 17 a IS Ch., unwashed, medium hurry y 16 j Ch., unwashed, heav> hurry. 12lj'd 13 J MISCEl-LA 14EOUS. (.?nions. dry. bbl. 3.00 3 4.50 Ihitatoes, Irish. No. I, bbl.... 4.00 3 4 i? 1 I'otatoei. Irish. No. 2. ubl.... 2.50 y 3.25 MA RKET CONDITIONS. Poultry?Rocetpti moderate;, market In pood shape. Eggs?Under n scarcity market | exceedingly active. nutt?r--.\ll kinds In < good demand Live Stock?Veals In heavy! demand tinder light receipts H<>;s also very active. Lambs dull. SEW 1'OKK PRODUCE MARKET. Sew York August II.?Flour?Quiet and ! ?<.,.thf ui quotable ? hange, live Flour?Qulel. Itye and Barley?Nominal. t'ornmeal?Mar-i ket steads Wheat?Weak; No. 3 red. nom- . mil; So, .' new. elevator, 94c and KVic.j i o. b. afloat. Options closed Pic. net low- j er. September. DOVjc; December, ll.otvy ] Corn?Weak; So. Jle. elevator, domestic basis, in arrive, and 7??'. f.o, h artii.it. Op- j Hons closed nominal; Oats?Steadv. options nominal, Lard?Strong. Tallow and Petroleum? Steady. wool?Quiet. Rosin?Steady, Tur- ! pentlne?Firm. Molairr* and Rice?Steady. 1 Sugar?Raw. firm. Coffee?Futures closed steady, net t point lower to t points higher, I Spot, steady; Rio, No. 7. ISVJc.; Santos. So. : I He.; mild, quiet; Cordova. '.sftl'V. Butter; Steady to Arm. Cheese and Eggs?steady. Potatoes?Irregular; white. No. I, per bar-, tel. 42 32.75; So. .'. 11.2'itf 1.75j Jersey sweets, No. l birkel 11.707} 1.7J; ?'Ulis, f3.50S3.74; I ?; iithcrn, bar.-als, ?5.S0?1?0?, Cabb apes? I Bteadj at J.'.SOft 5.50 per 100 Freights-Mar- | (tri quiet; collon to Liverpool. per 100 1 pounds, .'V . grain lo London. 2d. peanuts? i I* ' ???. ratios har.dpf.eked, Vlrgtnla. *'?c.; ! Virginia shelled, Nos. 1 and 2. ltt??UC. i Ott oilseed nil market was a trifle '???'???' on al commission house buying.! (ighi pit offerings anil with the strength nf 1 associated markets. Futures closed <'?;., i I lists net higher. August, 5.5993.49; <ic tober j.4ifl 5.45; November. ?.SOft S.3J; De- ' cetnliei 5.31ft 5.32; prtnic crude, nominal; pi me sunime-r yellow, 5.6033.76; do. winter, v 3.70ft C.13; prime summer white, ( HP ,\(JO I.RAIN MARKET. Chicago, ill.; August lt.?Thi- grain mar teti sagged to-ilsy anil closed near the bos- ' Ion I iptemtiei wheat Tlftlc. lower; Sep. i I tembei torn, lft Hie., and September nuts ! ??i. uodci Saturday, the se;;;;-,,; coming from , j tired holders Provisions were steady, beading r-mret r::-.g;d as follows: Olien. High. Low. (.lose n It EAT? Sept . . ttYt KM 50?, 90V, Dec. til y 5??, 5tt4 i> M?J . l '?: " 1.021? l.eoi, I.C0H CORN? ?-I't. f-'t (?'?>* ??i ?3% flU May . 61'; et?, s:;t<. (?ATS Sept. 41?, 41?? 11 ?1 Dec. ?l>. Hi, 4514 ,314 MS) . 47", S7-, I6< . |?U mess PORK?Per bbl. ? B?PI.17.13 17.20 17 11 17.20 ! JSP.16.10 16.50 16 3.' 16.su . LA f.D~r. r 10? lbs. j ivp'.. 9.07 5.0* S.97 J.0J OO.L . 9.17 9.77 S.05 9.12 Jsn.?i."7 S77 e.70 J.T5 SMpni RIBS-Per ho lbs. P?Pt. 5.07 9.20 9.0S 9.17 Ol t . 5.? 5.15 |.SJ 9.05 J'". ?.40 ?.42 1.32 S.?5 Cash grain closed: Wheat -No. 2 red 41V 390c.i So :: red. v7?,ftsje.; No. : hard. ??)*> t . . Nk . liaril, s.'ui'ic., Nu 1 r.orthtra, spring, old. ,1.113 I.IS: No. : northern, spring 11.0691.10; No. 2 northern, spring, new. J1-& 1.03; No. 3 northern, spring, old. .J1CS: No. 3 northe rn, spring, new, 96 ft $1: No. 2 spring, Mc.4TSl.01; velvet chaff. Mfjti; No. 3 spring, 64966c.; durum. 9239Sc. t'orn?No. 2, 64 '?i U',c ; No. 2 white. sS-gWc; No. 2 yellow, IIH06l4ic; No. 1, 63H964VsC: No. 3 white. 6i\ '?6S>,c.. No. 3 yellow. 6l'i * Ct'jc.: No. S3", Ptlfic; No 4 white. 6t'4 i61\c; No 4 yel? low. 63t,7aS4c Oats?No. .'. JSHc; No. 1 white. 40ug41c; No. S. 39H 17 39?ic.; No. 3 white. 40fi 40'ic.; No. 4 white. 3S'cf40c.; stand? ard, 40>,'S 4?tc. Elgin, III., August 14?Butter?Firm at 26c; output. S92.SOO pounds. Baltimore, Md.. August 14.?Wheat?Easier; spot, contract, SIHc; southern on grade, 60%94>14*c. Corn?Dull: spot, contract, 6"HC Oats?Quiet; No. 2 white, new, 439 43i;C.; old, 44Vs4S>4tc; No. 2 mixed, new, 42c. sales, foe?Nominal; No 2 western, domestic, SS^ S7e. RICHMOND GRAIN MARKET. Richmond. Va.. August 14. 1911. WHOLESALE! QUOTATIONS < N 'CHANGE. WHEAT?Car lots. No. '.' red. Western (new)? 4r N No. 2 red, Virginia mew)_ 'g :>0 i No. 3 red i new). g 93 Virginia, hag lots (for seed I S2 tj 92 I COHN?Car lots. No. 2 white. ?3 7SS No. 3 white. 'j 74t, No. 2 mixed. ?3ttW Virginia (bag lots). 7J g> 73 I OATS?for lots. No. 2 mixed. 44 No. 3 mixed. 43Vj No. 2 white.;. 41 No. 3 white...... 44 Winter seeds lhag lots). iS fi 47 RICHMOND HAY MARKET. Richmond. Va . August 14, 1911. The quotations are as follows: No. 1 Timothy. 23.S0 No. 2 Tlmoth. 22.00 No. 3 Timothy. Nominal Light clover, mixed. 22.00 I No. 1 clover, mixed. 21.00 i No. 1 clover. Nominal No. 2 clover, mixed. 17.00 ! STRAW?Compressed . 7.SO j Loose pressed, Urge bales... S.30 fi 9.00 j SHUCKS ?Compressed . Nomina; | ?4-oosc pressed, large biles_ Nominal Load your cars to that hay at doors rep resents contents, and thus avoid rejection*. This market grades hay in accordance | with the rules of the National Hay Associa I ion. CATTLE MARKETS. RICHMOND LIVE STOCK MARKET i Sales at Union Stock Yards i Richmond, V'a.i August 14, 1911. Report of the lt\e stork market for ihe | neck ending August 14, 1911: Receipts?("ante, 274 h'ad. calves. 161 head ; | sheep, 310 head; mors, 669 head. Rest steers. Sc.; medium to good. 5 8 S's- ; | common to fair. 4*i4'-c.; lien heifers. Z'd ' S'ic.: medium to good, l!494KCi common in, fair, 3'4 ij .Wie.: best cows, I'd I'ic.; medium I to good. 2 <? 3?4c.; common to fair, 219244c.:' bulls. 31443 4c; calves. ?}?*?(. Cows and' calves. 1259AO.00 per head. Best hogs. THc.; ' sows and stags. 3$6ttc.; host lambs. ?Vs'? I 6c.; common, I'j It .c.; sheep. IV40 S'~r. Chicago. 111., August II.?Cattle ?Receipts 21,0(0 head. Marke; steady io 10c. higher. Beeves, HQ7.00; Weslarn steers, t4.104ff.40; ?lockers, and feeders. 94.6696.3t); eows and heifers, j2.2C'.r 6.18; ?alves. I4.M4T6.36. Hogs Receipts 10,000 head. Market steady to So lower. Light. J7..''ili 7.90; mixed. 6707.66;! heavy. 66.9007.70: rough. 16.60ft 7.10; good to] choice heavy. 17.10187.70; pigs. 16.1097 70; bulk of sales, I7.1S4I7.60. . Sheep?Receipts, j 27.(00 head. Market steady. Native sides. 1 I2.SO04.O6; western. I304.CO; lambs, native.: I44J7.2S; western. |.i7S'a7.2S. New York. August 14.?Beeves? Reeet'ta I 3 120 head. Steers, H.6S07.2&: bulls. 52 70-,, 1.611; cows, 61.SO0S.OO Dressed beef firm. Calves?Receipts J.6S4 head. Veals, ic.so^ 9.V>: (nils. tl*?*.00; grassers snd buttermilks. Sl.Sftd I.S0; westerns. 14.2.*.. Dressed calves, firm ,<he?p and Lambs?Ree? pti 7.026 head. Sheep. IC7&94.2S: culls. fi.M03.O6: lambs. 64.600 7.40; culls, 1401.66. Hogs?Receipt! 5.924 head, Market higher at 57.60'') S.W. RICHMOND rOHACCO MARKET. Richmond. Va.. August :i 1911. Quotations ."I the R.'chmond Tobr>cc6 Ex < liange: BROWN SH1PPINO - REORDERED. Lugs .6 7.S0 <5j J S.7S Short leaf. 9 00 O 10.SO Long leaf. 10.00 (a> 13.59 sMOKKrt?' -Common. " 00 3 S.oO Medium ..'. 9.00 0> ll.OO Fine. 12.00 3 13.00 CUTTERS?Cominon . 12.00 ? 12.50 Medium . 14.04 J> 16.50 Fine . 17.00 g 16.50 Fancy . . l&iO 4J 20. Oo Fl LLliKS?Common .o.OO it 10.00 Medium . 11.00 fi 12 00 Good -. 12.50 CJ 13.50 Fine . 14 09 Q l?.0u WRAPPERS?Common. 16.00 Q, 12.00 Medium . 16 00 <tt 20.00 Good . 25.00 (? 30.00 ! Fine . 32.JO (fr 17.SC, ' Fancy . 40.00 3 45.00 6U7N-CURED- NEW. Lugs, common to good. 6.60 4$ 7.00 Lugs, good ro prime. 7.60 tjr 5-50 Short leaf... 9.00 ? 11.00 Long leaf. 11.00 Q 14.w Wrappers . 14.00 'a 26.00 Primings . I.?0 J I.M MISCELLANEOUS MARKETS. PEANUT MARKET. (Furnished by Rod Sera, M?'"abe <c Co.) Petersburg. Va.. August 14 ? Peanuts. - Farmers' Spanish, Itrm at fl.2S per bushel; No. '. shelled Spanish. 7c. per pound; No. 3 shelled. .Spanish. SffSViC per pound. Vir- | glnlas?Fli in; bunch. 5ta<\ per pound; fancy handpieked, 4',S4JSC. per pound; extra prime. Ic. per pound; prime. 3*?c per pound; ma? chine picked. I'.jfMc. p*r pound; shelling] Stock, 2c. per pound. DRY COO US MARKET. New York. August II.?A moderate Increase i In the demand lor dress ?oons. men's wear and silks was reported In different quarter* during the day. The cotion goods and yarns I are still quiet and are Influenced largely by | conditions in the cotton market. Jobbers report a more active day. NAVAL ?STORES. Wilmington, N. C August 14 ?Spirits ' Turpentine?Steady at S0c.; receipts is casks Rosin ?steady at 16.20; receipt? 9i barrels. \ Tai ?Firm at IS. receipts 7 barrels, (.'rude! Turpentine}?Firm at tl.MQ4.40; receipts sei | barrels. Savannah, Ga., August 14.'?Turpentine? i Firm at .".2c; -ales 219 casks; receipts 170 tasks, shipments 137 casks; stoc k 31.002 I casks. Rosin?Firm; ??>s 2,Hti narrels; rc- j cipt* !,6t0 barrels; shipments I.."43 barrels; | stock 100,253 barrels. Quote: B. JS.60. MARINE INTELLIGENCE. PORT or RICHMOND, AUOU8T 14. 1911. ARRIVED. Steatnei Berkeley. Shelly. Norfolk, mer? chandise and passengers, old Dominion Line. Steamer Brandon. Harney, Norfolk, mer- j chaadl*? end passengers. Old Dominion Line j Schooner George II Bunker. Webb. Po- ; tornac Ulver. canned roe and tomatoes. A. j C, Young Company. Schooner II. ?'. Alvey. Fulgham. Chlcka- I [ hominy River, watermelons, E. J. Fulgham. Schooner Alle? C. Ogden, Slgnalgo, Turkey I Island, Va., wheat, John F. Jacob 4 Co. ! SAILED. I Steamer Berkeley. Shelly, Norfolk, mer- ' ; chapdi?? ami puss, tigers. Old Dominion Line. ! steamer liiandnn. Harney, Norloik. me,- I chsndlsu and passengers, old Dominion Line. I Steamer l'ocuhontas, Graves, Norfolk and James Rivet lann-.r.gs. mei ch iodise and i?as- i ?enger?, Vlrginlj Navigation Company. | GOVfclMNOR st MM OK ED TO SICK II HI) OF MOTH Bit [Special to The Tlmes-Pispatch.] Raleigh, N. C., August 14.?Oovernoi Kltchln was sunnnonetl this evening to the bedside of his mother. Mrs. Maria Kite-bin. at Scotland Nek IK had two telephone messages that In dlcated thai she Is sinking and that i I the end is believed to be very near. The Governor te.id Inquirers before leaving the city thnt there is now no hope for recovery. He feare-d. in? deed, that the end would come before ho coulej reach her bedside. He was i with her two days last week, but came back to Raleigh on account of pressing business that awaited htm here. ' M WtTIXSVlI.I.K FIRM IN HANDS OF RBCI3IVBH9 [Special to The Times-Dispatch.] Mnrtlnsvllle, Va.. August 14.?The firm of Morris Rros.. dry gooels and In this spree we will make a brief statement about this Company's business. It is an old story, it is true, but it is worth reading, and it will bear fruit! Virginia Trust Co., The Ideal Executor and Trustee 922 East Main Street, - Richmond, Va. Capital One Million Dollars clothing merchants of Martlnsvllle, Aas boen put Into the hands of receivers. The bill was filed by TV T. Morris, mem? ber of tho firm, and a docreo was en? tered In the clerk's office this morn? ing. Blake Bourne, of Baltimore, and J. C. Kord, of Martlnsvllle. were appointed receivers and required to give a $10, 000 bond. The assets will Inventory between $14.000 and $16.000. In addition to this D. H. and P. T. Morris own about $8.000 worth of real estate. The Man Who Knows By actual experience will tell you that, In every way possible, the officers and employees of this hank combine to 'make the account of every depositor of the utmost value and to make him feel thoroughl y at homo here. First National Bank RICHMOND, VA. Capital and Surplus $2,000,000 E. A. BARBER, JR. CerttOeil Public Accountant. E. A. BARBER & CO. ACCOUNTING, AUDITING, ORGANIZING. SYSTEMATIZING, 210 Mutual Rulldtna;, Phone Vorl. 5321. Richmond. Vau i\ai:roaos. Ricinnond,FrederiGtSu'iT & Potomac HR 70 AND FROM WASHING TON AND BEYOND. Loavo Richmond I Arrive Richmond ?6.80 A.M. Byrd St.Sta. ?6.42 A.M. Sain St. StA. ?6.toA.U. Bfrd8t.SU. ?7.30 A.B. Malo8t.SU. ?8.40 A.M. Byrd 81. Sta. ?lt.01 noon Byrd St. Sta. 14.00 P.M. B;rd St.Sta. 44.16 P.M. Elba Station. 46.16 P.M. Main SU Sta. ?8.80 P.M. Bird St. SU. ?7.60 A.M. Brrd8t.SU. JII.X6 A.M. hi! a Station. tll.36 A.M. Bjrd St. Sta. ?1.18 P.M. Main St. Sta. ?8.46 P.M. Brr4 6t.SU. ?7.S* P.M. BjrrdSt.SU. ?0.10 P.M. Byrd St.Sta. ?'.Mo P.M. Main St. Sta. ?11.05 P.M. Main St. Sta. *1!.6U DiahtBjrdSt.Su. ACCOMMODATION TRAINS-WEEKDAYS. Leare Brrd St. SU. 1.30 P. st. for Fredericksbar?. I.eare Elba Sta. 7.60 A. H.,K.3n V. jl. for Ashland Arrlre Bird St.Sta.*i.S6 A.M.from r'rrdrrlcksb'g. Arrlre Elba SU. 6.3U A.M.,6.30 P.M.from Ashland. ?Daily, tWeekdays. iSundnjrs only. All traioa to or from Byrd Street Station (except t.ains leaving 5.30 a. m. and arriving ia.50 night) atop at Elba. Time of arrivals ana dcpi'turc, not guaranteed. Read the sign?. Atlantic Coast Lin^ EFFECTIVE JULY 2. 181L TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND DAILY. For Floilda and South: t:16 A. 44. and t-.kt, P. AI. 1:00 A. M. Charleston. For Nor.'ola: "t:'0. t:0C A. M . ?1:00 P. M-. 1.10 P. M.. 0 T. M. For N. at W. sty. W at: 6:16 A. M. 1VCC .V. M., 'iM P. M. and 4:10 P. 14. For Fetei ?bu'g: i:00 A. M 4:16 A. M., "? . A. M . ? it i. M.. !?:00 A. M., 14:*S A. V.. '3:l</ P. M . 4:10 P. AI.. ?:? P. ??7.C0 l>. M.. 7:33 P. M.,\?:10 P. M.. 11:41 P. 14 Kor Uoldsooro and Fayettevllle: ?4;10 P. Id. Train arrive hlchmond dally: 3:20 A. 3."., ? 40 A. M ?:'C A. M.. ??:!; A. M.. "L-CA A. M.. A M.. ??11:46 A. M . ?2:00 P. j*., ??1:13 P. M.. S C* P, M.. ?:SS P. M.. 1:00 P. \l ?:C0 P. M.. "10:? P M.. 11:30 P. M. ? Excrpt .Junday. ?? Sunday only. Time of arrival and departure and cod ructions not guarantees. U S. CAMPBELL. d P. A. Chesapeake & Ohio Railway 7:4u A?Local?Dslly?Newport News. fc:30 A. Local.?Dally?Ch'vlllt. Ex. Sun. C. Forge. rj:00 A.?Express?Dally?Norfolk, Old Poijtt. tl0:00 A.?Local?Dati>?L :'nbg. Lex. C, Forge. U;:I3 A.?Mm. Spl. Ex. Sunday?W. Sulphur. : ?2:0y p.?Express- Dally?Cln.-L'vllle. IltlsM'.?Express?Dilly?Norfolk, N. Newa I 5;W) P?Local?Dally- N. News. Old Point. 3:15 p,?Local?Elx. Sunday?Qordonsvllle, ?3:15 P.?Local?Ex. Sunday?Lchbg, Natural Hrnlge. Clifton Forge. ?6:15 P.?Limited?Daily?CincinnatL.Chlcago. ? ?ll:ft0 P.?Express?Dally?Cincinnati, L'vilie, . ?s.e.pers. H'.irlor cars. TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND?Local from ESSti -.-3 a. M . 7::'.' P. M. Through from East. 11:10 a. M . 4:24 P. j*. Local from West: "i.^O A. M.. "9:60 A. M., 11:25 P. M. and S.30 P. M. Through: 7:00 A. M.. 2:46 P. M. ? Jamts River Line: "S:33 A. M.. 6:16 P. M. ??Dally axcepi Buntsy. SOUTHERN RAILWAY TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND. N. b.?Following schedui? saures publish* t as information and not guaranteed* 4:10 A M?Daily?Local tor Charlotte. Dur. ham and Kalelgn. lu.45 A. M. ?Daily?Llml? ?d ? For all points South. Du wing Room. tiunut <-ar to Asheville. N. C. 2:00 p. M. Ex. Sun. ?Local for Durham and in '.eriuediata stations. i:O0 p. Al. Ex. Sun.? Keyaville Local. 11:46 P. M.?Daily ?Limited J ? For all points Soutn. Pulnnan ready at 3:3) P. M. YOKE RIVER LINIE. 4:10 P. M.-Ex. duu.?T. West PL, connect- | lng for ?ar.linor?. Mod., Wed. and Frl. t:00 , A AL- Ex. Sun and 2:16 P M.?Hon.. Wad. i inu Fri ?Lo^ai lo West Point. TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND. From the lioiita: 6:60 A. at.. 1:66 P. M.. dally, S:to .V- >-' Er. Sun.: 12:66 Ex. Sun., 2.00 P. M. dolly Frc.-n Weal Point: ?.M A. hi. Di.ly; 1':3S A. M Wed. and Frl.. 4:?? P. ?. 7x. Suu a. 5. b*_'p.r,Ess. d. p. a., I2C t: Main St Thon? xtadlsnn 4M. Norfolk and Western Railway ONLY ALL KAIL LINE TO NORFOLK. Schedule In Effect May 14. UU. Leave Byrd Street station, Richmond. FOR NOR ?OLK: bs:10 A, M.. ?ii.SXi A. A;.. a3:O0 P. M.. ?4:10 P. M.. o7:00 P. M. FOR LVNcMBUKU AND THE WEST: ?t>:13 A. M . MmOu A. M . a3:00 P. M , ?t:M P, AL Arrive Richmond from Norfolk. ,?11:40 A. M bll:4i A. M.. ?6:33 P. M., 010:26 P. M., ?il 30 P. M. From the Weit: '6:56 A. At.. a^:oo P. M., 02:13 P. M., *6;05 P. M.. ??:00 P. At. ?Dally. aDaily ex. Sunday, hhunday only. Pullman Parlor and Sleeping Cars. Cat* Dining Cara. C. H. BOSLEY. D. P. A., Richmond, Vs. W. B. BEV1LL. O. P. Rosnofca. Va. sJEABOAIilJ AIR LENK. Southbound train* scheduled to leave Rich? mond dally: BslU A. M.?Local lo Norllna 1.20 P. il.?Sleepers and coache?, Atlanta. l.h iiiingham. savannah. Jacksonville and i-ioiiua points. *:60 P. M.?Sleepers and loacnes.au.iati, Jacksonville and Floriua points llllS P. M.?Sluepcra und coachea. At* Hints, Birmingham. .Memphis and the Soulb weit ' Northbound trains scheduled 10 arrlv? In Hlchmond dally: 6:*3 A. A! , 1:21 A. at.. ?:t* ' M.. -:4u P. ML_ Richmond & Petersburg Electric Railway Cara leave Manchester, Ssveutn sod Parry airceis, <or Peteraburg: ?4, 7, s. ??, lo. 11, 'U A. A4., L L ?*. 4. 4. ??3:45, *6. 7, 1, 10 P. .VL 11:00 P. M. for Chester, 12:00 midnight for Petersburg. Cars leave Petersburg, toot ?t Sycamore Sliest, tor Mniche:tar: 16:13. 6.33, "7:16, '!:1I>, 1:35. 1:15. ?lO:??, 11:11 A. M., 12:36. '1:36. 2:36, 1:13, ?4:33. 6:Z6. *:t& ?7 :36. n:J5. ?:?, '10:40. U:44> P. 14. IDally except Sunday and holidays. ?Carries o..<gage and express. ??Limited, except Sundays and holidays. All can from Peterasurg connect arlth cat's 'or Richmond. NORFOLK SOUTHERN L?. Nortoik: ??:?? ana ?11 A. id.. ?? P. A4 . for Essiern Caro.i.ta and tho South. Lv Raleigh: '6:16 A. M.. tl and P. M. for Easturi. Carolina and Norfolk. Pullman Sleeping Cars between Norfolk. Raleigh: also Ooldaboro and Norfolk. ?Dally y Bs. San. C. D. LE8RANDE. <J. A.. American Nations, Bank 'Phone Monroo 1621, Richmond. W. JL CROXTON. O. P. Am -Norfolk. Vsw Our New Home THE Broad Street Bank RICHMOND, :-: VIRGINIA Mob and Burglar-Proof Vault Capital, Surplus and Profits FOUNDED $200,000.00 110,000.00 1901 OFFICERS W. M. HABLISTON, President. J. W. ROTHERT, First Vice-President. JNO. G. WALKER, Second Vice-President. ANDREW M. GLOVER, Cashier. Henry \V. .VirJerson, Benj. T. Alsop, L.eon Dittclbach, T. H. Ellen, H. F. Grinimell, DIRECTORS Wi M. Habliston, [. H. Kaufman, Raphael Levy, Geo. W. Mintcr. John Murphy, W. S. Rhoads. J. W. Rothen. I W. Tyler, lohn G. Walker. B. Ranfl Wrllford Safe Depository Boxes For Rent All Facilities For Banking Accounts Solicited JRailrDttDs. RICHMOND AND rHESAt'EAKE BAT RAILWAY COMPANY. Schede:? ot oleclrlc trains to and from Ashland, flopping at Intermediate elatloaa upon signal: Lt Rtehmor.d (Broad and Laurel St?.). ??:?. "T-.tO. 1:10b. 1:10. ??1I:U. ?1:10 A. 11.: 1:10. 2:10. 1:10. 4:10b. 4.10. 4:241. 1:10. S:10t>. 10:10. U:46 P. M. Lv. Aehlantl. 'i.U. 7b. I. ?b, 10. "11 A. M ?12 M . "L 2. 1. i. 5b. t. 7. I. lb. 11 I' It 'Daily eicept Sunday. ??Hund?? or.ls. btfarrlea uaggagak SPttambrat?. S650 Will Tik* You AROUND WORLD W THE ' ?,/? In Lsinrr and Comfort. Tell Includes all necessity expense* abosrd and ashore. 110 DAYS' DURATION By the Twin-Screw StcarnsblpCLEVEI.AN D I17.n00 tons). Firm cralse Inulut New York October 21. 1011. Sec? ond cralse leaving: San Francisco February 6, 1012. Send lor Illustrate* Booklet!. HAMBURG-AMERICAN LINE, 41-45 Broadway. X. Y. Or S. H. Bowman. 708 E. Main St., Richmond Transfer Co.. S99 E. Main BL, Richmond. OLD DOMINION LINE Lv. Richmond foot of A*t> Sl daily.7:00 P. set. Leavi ,>cwport .New*.S:00 A. 14. Arrive Norfolk.0:09 A. M. Connects with main line steamers leaving Norfolk for New York daily except Sunday 7:0) P. M. Connections slso made by N. A W. Ry. 3 P. M. and C. & O. By. at 4 P. M. Nt;ht Line steamer* slop at Clarernoat to tau d or receive passenger* on signal. TIKUINIA NAVIGATION CO.-Janus River by daylight for Norfolk. Old Point. Now pr.it Mews and all James Hlver landings. ?', iimtr leave* Monday. Wednesday and F". Iday (I fi 30 V. M. Freight received ror all Jame* River landings- 'Pbono Madison 17*. Main Ticket Office. ?21 45. M?."o street. "ASK MR. B?WM?N^ About vacation trips to New York. Ber? muda. Jamaica, Panama, Niagara, Great Lakes,. Canada. Boston. Nova Scotia and New Foundland. Phone Madison 5154. SAM'L H. ROW MAX, Tourin? Agent, 70S East Main Street. Richmond. Va. Baltimore Steam Packet Co. Equipped with wireless telegraphy. TO BALTIMORE AND THE NORTH VIA NORFOLK AND OLD POINT. Leave Richmond Dally. Including Sunday, via N. 4 W. Ry. 1:00 P. M.. Norfolk 4:10 P. M. C. 4 O. Ry. 4:0? P. M . Old Point 7:20 P. M. O. D. S. S. Co 7:00 P. M. (one day In Nor? folk). Va, Nav. Co. 4:10 A. M. (Mondsy. Wednes? day and Friday). Tickets at all office*. For stateroom, ap? ply to H. M. U?VKJN, Agent, 330 East Mam Street We welcome accounts of al kinds, large and small. Manchester National Bank National Bank ol Virginia Capital, - 51,200,003 Surplus. - S 600,00) Accounts solicited Ninth and Main Street. Get one of our little Home Sav? ings Banks?free for the asking. Commonwealth Bank fetramboat? VA< ATION < Itl l*KS To * via Huliinv. X. >?. iniist delightful cruise of 1.4C0 miles Magnificent scenery: Nortnu,,: beJland Strait, Uulf *w. Hive: .St. Lawrence :.nd far-famed sngtien:,} Klvcr. S. S. "Trini? dad' from New York. August 1Mb and Sept. :nd. 10 A. M. Returning from Quebec Au? gust llth and 2Mb and Sept. Itji. I'lutira Im ut.tcis. Sbor? tSxvurslons, Low-est | Hates. Twin Screw S. S. "Bermudlan," ?530 ions, sails I ' Aug. 10, 30 and Sept. 0, 20 and 30 [ Bilge keels; electric fans; wireless telegra? phy. Tastest, neuest and only Steamer Lanrt | lng passenger* at the ilock In Bermuda. For Illustrated pamphlets apply to A. E. OUTRKBRIOCiE & CO., Agent*. Quebec S. S. CO., Ltd., Broiidtvuy, New York, or any Ticket Agent, 0r OLEHF.C S. S. CO... Ltd.. :Quebec. SAMUEL H. BOWMAN. 70S Bast Main Street. Chesapeake Steamship Co. Big new ships. "Clf if Norfolk" and I "City ?I Baltimore." K(|UI|iped with wlreloss telegraphy. Tele? phone service ihroughoit the -hips. State. -'.onis en suite, with nailis. Prices from 7oc to 53.'0 excellent meals. 76c. TO BALTIMORE AND THE NOKTH VIA Nu'(FOLK AND OLD POINT. Leave Richmond Dally, except Sun., via N. & W. Ry. 3:C0 P. M , Nor'-lk Cili p. M. C. & O. Ky.. ?:u0 P. M. Danjr, Old Point 7:li P. M. O. D. S. ?. Co. 7:00 P. M. Dally (ono day in Norfolk). Va. Nov. Co. 6:30 A. M. (Monday, Wednea. day and Friday). Tickets at all offices For staterooms apply to S. B. BUK'JZSS. D. P.. Agent. O.'O i.a.t Main streut. Richmond. Merchants and Miners Transportation Co Norfolk to Boston, Mas*., and Providence, R. I. Steamer* leave Norfolk for Boston. Sun.. Tues and Frl.; for Providence. Hon.. Wed. and Sat. at 7 P. M. Passengers and freight taken for all -.ew England poln> Tickets on ?ale at office C. & O. Ry., M, at W. Ry., B. H. Bowman. 70S Eaat Main, and Richmond Transfer Co.. <0S East Main. To England. Ireland the Continent Ihr Largest and Finest Steamer In the World Triple Screw 45,324 TODS Xtjy French a La Carle Reilaorant Turkish and Electric. Baths. Swlmmlni: Pool. Four Elevators. Orran The Most Up-to-Date First, Second and Third Class Passenger Accommodations Also Weekly Sailings by Twin Screw Steamships of Sails August 19 September 9 Verandah Cale. Palm Court American Line N y ?piysaoalh?CherbonrB-Sonluamplon ' Philadelphia?Oatenslown-Llverpaol Atlantic Transport Line ' New York?London Direct Red Star Line London. Perls vis Dover?Anlwerp Philadelphia?Antwtrp-Bosloo White Star Line N. Y.?Flysnoolh?Chtrboatrfl?Soalhsmpton New York -Qnrenstown?Liverpool Boston?Ooeenstown?Liverpool New York snd Bsitsn T?he Mediterranean Asores, Msdsrla,Gibraltar,Alfllers.Vllte franphe, Genoa, Naples, Alexandria OFFICE. 9 BROADWAY. NEW YOUti OR LOCAL AGENTS.