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Stock Market Now York, August 30.?A sharp drive at stocks at the opening of the day's trading carried prices of several is ? ues to the low price of the year. The movement, which was regarded as a hear rftld rather than a renewal of liquidation, was checked by buying which quickly forced back prices to yesterday's closing level, and during the remainder of the day fluctuations wero of email consequence. Another I attempt to weaken the market, by j means of an attack on Lehtgh Valley, paused that slock to decline nearly three points late in the day, hut hud only ailytit effect elsewhere, anu me session ended with only small net changes utnung the active Issues. Among the railroad stocks. Union Pacific, .Southern Pacific. Lehigh val? ley, Missouri Pacific und Chesapeake and Ohio full below the previous bot? tom figures uf the present depression, I na diu International Harvester and ueveral other less prominent Indus? trials. The opinion was held in some quarters that the drive.- at the mar- ] ket were chiefly intended to tacllltato I short covering. Tho short lntere.-its i la generally believed to nave reached extensive proportions, and an inceri- j tlve to cover contracts at the present _lo?'cl had been offered by the ?act that : "the oper.itlones of the bears have j availed little for tlib last two weeks, i Borne Influence was exerted upon sentiment by better crop news, and '? by the July returns, which, as a whole.; jave been unexpectedly favorable. The reports ot tiitj Harrtmah lines, i however, revealed declines In net turnings of $362,000 for Union Pad lie and $443,000 for Southern Pacific. The i effect of these returns and of further j uncertainty as to the outcome of la? bor difficulties was seen in ihe con? tinued weakness in the Harrlman 1 mocks. Reports of a threaten'-,l strike ; .?upon a large Eastern railroad In- I Creased uneasiness us to tho general I labor situation. | Bankers slated to-day that the , banks wore sustaining steady losses j on account of the drawing down of interior balances. A considerable amount ol these calls upon New- York art- In connection with the cotton ? rop ovement. Money Is In good supply 'OUghOUt the country, however, and i general demand for accommoda n remains so light that the outward ovement of funds from this centre 'oubtless will be relatively light hrough the autumn. Although It Is tpected that fall money rates will ule higher than these now reported, here appears to be little, likelihood f stiff loan quotations at any time 'during the coming months. Call money fon this market has not ruled above i ,2 1-2 per cent, since last January. Interest and dividend disbursements y railroad, Industrial and traction corporations next month are placed $94,090,000 as compared With $94. 12.000 in September of 1910. Pay lit. .- t<~ stockholders of industrial r V'.r.s Will decrease, while there [1 he a slight Increase In the dlvl df paid out by railroad and tra< companies. jtlmistlc statements In regard to . copper trade were made to-dny by -al large producers, who said that list had been one of the best Ihs that trade has experienced year. European consumers have ft moderntely, and the domestic' fd hB? been on a satisfactory curb Standard ?Ml lost two ytsterdny's Jump of nearly Ints. y,nd market was Irregular. To par value, $1,860,000, States bonds were unchanged tales for the day. 427.100. rk. A'ig':?t 30.?Money on j ?; 2^72 8-8 per cent : ruling ; closing b'd, 2 1-4; offered Ins ess-', sixty days, 2 8-4?'3 1 ninety days, SftS 1-4; six 4<*r4. ?c.ir.tile paper. 4 1-2 per tg exrhanre steady with ss In bankers' bills at sixty-day bills nn<1 at IfilO for demand. r< rt: ? ?4.K3. 52 1-4; Mexican dollars. f\n STOCK MARKET. irhard W, Msury. Pr-'xnr. lo'.S E. Main Street, mend. Vs., August 10, Uli. Es AT BOA RP. vay and Power Co. pfd? IvTE SECURITIES, V ? Bid. Asked. Inte ff Old, C. and R. I*?.... tS iturtes, r and R. KOI S3 |ll.ROAD BONDS. L R. R. Con. Tr. t n. c- 95 (id O. Oer. 1 M . ?4?. !?>2.Ill 5la. So-.j. and Fla.. 1945. 1* ria and Ala Con. Ss. IMS.... 105 and V.'est. Ry. ts. 1944. ? Ioard Air Line 4s. l!>So. ?7 nard Adtustment Es. 1949. 7? hern Railway 1st Sa. 1?!. 107 Dev. and O, M. 4a. ;t n N. C. 1st <>s. C. 1911. 10t rKEET RAILWAY BO:?"DS. Ry. and Power Co. Sa, 1934.... 36 KET RY. STOCKS. F?ar. Ry. and Power Co. pfd-1<V) ?K Ky. and Power Co. com....100 35H (.AILROAD STOCKS. Par. jantlc Coast Line com.100 '.:i leanpeake and Ohio.1? 71 p-folk and Western com-100 loi kthern Railway pfd.?...100 68 Ithern Railway com.100 17 |\NK A.VD TRUST CO. STOCKS, erican National.100 Ut Iad Street. 2S (C k Of Commerce and Trusts.100 140 National.100 323 ? chants National.100 70.} |an Bank of Richmond. So 200 fSURANCE COMPANIES. jja Fire and Marine. 25 C9 SLLANEOUS. Chem. pfd. S p c.100 117 118 -Uions for Interest-paying bonds are! price to which Interest must be add fiomt bonds and certificates of indent are fllL - tin* /" BOND LIST. 6S ICbalmers 5s.,. Itcan Tobacco Is. Jean Tobacco 6a. file Coaat Lln6 1st ts.. . 63-li I L.-L. and N. 4s. 92 L. conv. 4s (Balto..' bid). 9$ apeskc and conv. 4',$s. J3 alk and Western conv. 4*. jjj Ioard Air Line 4a.?,. s6 oard Air Line adj. 5a. 757, hern Bell 6a. ;<jv hern Railway -la. gr hern Railway 5s tbld)".. 103 ad States Steel 2nd ?s. 10154 3rown Bros. ctfa. (bid). ?ar. Chem. 1st 5a. 09'41 . 61% . ??H . 103-H I dab. 4a. Pitta. 1st 4s. new 3s. COTTON MARKETS. Jrork, August 30? While there ware Ina! fluctuations in contracts for I delivery In the local cotton market J trading was comparatively qulot, II? market ruled rather firmer fol-1 an early decline, with the closo I', net -"3 points low/jr on August, but Jj?7 points hlgho? on later months Islpts to-day 32,767 balea against 14 9"-, lwe/k.-"and 12 700 last year. At New 1 Ins to-day were 2.837 bales against 900 fweek and 1.688 last year. At Houston jAN ACCOUNT WITH Bank Richmond ?^tin strh w. v start. $ per Interest Official Range and Sale of Stocks in New York Rtock. Allis-Chalmera . IPO Allls-Chalmera, pfd. 1,550 Amalgamated Copper ... Amer. Agri. Chcrn.. com. 1,100 Amer. Beet Sugar, coin.. i<M American Can . 000 American Can. pfd. 1,000 Amir.Car and Foundry< 200 Amor. Cor and F"oun?pfd </?? American Cotton oil. 100 American Linn.ed oil ? 0.0 Am Ji lean L-icmotlve ... 100 Ame.v Locomotive, pfd... 100 Amer. Malt Co., pfd. 6.900 American Smelting . American Sugai . 1,2ft) Am? r. Tel. and Tel. Co... 20. American Tobacco, com. Ameilcah Tobacco, pfd.. Anaconda Copper . 6,200 A tchlson . ZOO Atlantic Coimi Llne...;.. A. C. 1* of Connectcut.. 700 Baltimore and Ohio. 1,240 Brooklyn Rapid Transit 400 Cent?] Leather, com ? ?.60? Canadian Pacific . I 0 Chesapeake and Ohio ? '?!'jChli?KO Great Western. 6.31" Chi.. Mil. and St. Paul... '.?/> Cru' iidc Steel Cor., torn. 40 Crumble Steel, pfd. l.or, cnh-HKo and Northwest. 300 Colorado Fual and fton. Colorado and Southern.. 1 100 Consolidated Oas . Delaware ami Hudson..;. MO Den. ond Bio Gran . com. 200 Den. and P.lo Gran., pfd. 1,200 liixtlller*' Sec. ("or. 9,600 Krle . l"i iCrl*. 1st pfd.????? Fed, Mln and Sm, pfd.. 300 General Electrlx . 3,440 Great Northern! pfd...... C00 Great Northeim Ore clis 70? Illinois Central . 200 Inlerber6-Met. . By Open. THOMAS BRANCH At CO.. Bankers and Brokcra. illeih. Low. Bid. Aakcd. bales. Stock. Closing 17' i 07 49? la 115 61 9? 34? 104? 88? GV?? 132 3.Y. 10.'? 121 24 22* 71 IS 112? 11? lS8v? 2a 51 ? V?, Ii, 48? 152 121*4 48 138 14? 68 49? 9-i 82't to"* 115 51 a? 54? 101 ?4 132 2.? ? ???/I 24 229? "?IVi 18? 1131a 11 Vi SV? 140V4 28 6i? 3-J? 4S? lV.2 122 IK 12? H1? w? 67 43% 9? 82? 48 115 50? '?>?? 34? 104 e, 3S? 131? 371; 102? 121? i'.? 112? UK 80 189 ? -':?-? 13'.? 133? 132? 1*2 121? 4> 137 14? 8? 17% 57? 50 41>? '?>? S3 34? lo;i, 38 68? 111?,-, SO Open. High. Low. Bid. A-kcd Cl^slna 13 43 42*)? "3?? 13 120? ?j 1W 28? 2281t 71 IS 112? 11? z 140 27? 47 133 161 22? #>i4 at* 28? 4-< Iii? 121? 48 137 14? 01 ?iy? t>Tt n HSV* 10 31? lt? 40 Cef? 11'-Vi 132 ZU) JI 34 i?;;>? 3 241 100? 15 lt 21 22? 72 is? 113 11? IM-.. 121? 153 48? 137? 19' 4 48? 1 2? 18? H'l 12 > 10215 140? 24? l>? Pi? tt 155* 111? 40 18? 103 I'd 102? 18 28 15?!'., 1 >U\ ?? 41? 102? 88? I00H 111\ 275t 120 11 J> i 40? 27 \ 2>0 Interboro-Met.. pfd. Int. Mer Marine, com. lnteinatlon.il Paper . Int. Paper, pfd. 300 Kan. City Sooth., com.. 28 13.3 ?> Lehigh Vallej . 158? 200 Louh vllle and Nashville 1111, Manhattan . 320 Mo.. Kah. and Texas.... -'.<? Md.. Kan. and Tex . pfd. 3,400 Miss? url Pacific . 200 National Lend . 1,000 New York C.ntral 350 N Y.. Ont. and Western 300 Norfolk and Western.. B.80? Northern Pacific . 300 PatilflC Mall . 2,200 Pennsylvania . f>i People's Gas . 20> Plttsburg Coal, com. J250 Pressed Steel Car. Pressed Steel Car. pfd.. 100 Rv. Steel Spring, com... 72..-.O0 Heading . 1,700 Republic iron ond Steel W) Republic I. und S. pfd.. 1,700 Rock Island . ?VO Bock Island, pfd. 8l6*s-8hefftftld . 16.900 Southern Pacific _ 2,200 Southern Railway . 25? 7.0 Southern Railway, pfd. ?'.'.?? I7t, Standard 0:i .<?:'-? ICO Tennessee Copper . "1*4 ito TfMis PaCiOc . 2?% r<3.7<-.. Union Pacific . I? ? 600 Unllod Seiten Rubber... 87? 107,130 United S'ctes Steel. <;:?? 1,100 Ctiitrd State.1. St-;ei. pfd 11!--, 1.300 V.i -Car. Cht ir.lcal . 61? Va.-Car. Chemical, pfd. Vu. Hy. and Power, pfd. . M<> Wai.imh . '.:? 20U Wabash, pfd. 1.3 . '.'v'-. '-''? rjy 200 Western Union . 73? 78? 73? "? Tot ll sole? for day. 'i'.'i1'1 shares. Total stilec lor week (tiiiee di.vs). 1,4392800 shares. Note?N,-w York Stock Exchange v. ill be closed Saturday 141? 140? 8>? 24? 88? 24? 4V% P-s? 1071, 67-', H'.''? loov, l'7R4 114? 13? 012 1141, ! V* 103 104? 11.".? 2i? l-'"i l( 2? IS au? 88? 107 2-IV, 166? 114? 61 "i lli "? 13? ll; 14? September 2. and Monday, September 4. to-day 17,603 ta!?-s against ln.tPl ba>a '.>?: ?Tack and ::.47'j lui year. Cotton futures op?n-d steady and closed steady: Open. High. Low. Clo?e. August .11.70 11.75 11.26 '.L71 September .1L1" 11?! 11.17 IIS? October .11.16 11.?1 11.16 ILM .Voverr.bc? .11.17 11.17 11.17 IS -T December ...?. ...K.23 1137 11,14 11.33 January .11.? 1133 11.20. 1130 March .11.33 11.43 11.30 11.11 May .11 4k-. UK 1L43 1L5J July . U.03 Spot cotton closed quiet. 40 points lower; middling upland*. 1X00; middling gulf, l: 25; t. , 103 bale*. Cotton, quiet, middling. 12 00: *-.--.?? re? ceipt?, 7.517 bales; sales. 100 bale?: st/v-k. V3.27J balea. export to Great Britain. 1.200 bales. Coastwise. 3.t'*7 bales. Total to-day at all ports?Net receipts. 1:7-17 bales; 'ip-^rt to Great Britain. 1.300 ba ?e: to the Continent. 9.744 oalea; stock. 231.IC bales < 'onsnlldated at all ports?Net receipts. 107.4:<7 t,a>?. export to Great Britain, 7.73". bales, to l'ranre. 3.100 bales, to the Conti? nent. 14.244 bales Total etr.ce psptember 1 at all ports?Net receipts. S.747.-.*? ba>r. export to Great Hrita::i. 3.213,929 bales 1 to Franc*. S-17.:?;: bales; to lh<- Continent. 2.141.95! bales; to Japan. 1U.2T; bales, to Mexico, 2.435 ba!ea. New Orleans. La.. August 30. ?After an early decline on poor cable? th* rotton market rained to-day on heavy balding for August by one of the buli leaders, storm warnings for the Texas and Louisiana roast, which prevented general short sell? ing of new crop positions, and a private condition r-port of bullish aspect, the close being at a r.et gain for the day of 4 T 5 points. Spot cotton steady. Sc. low*.-; mid d?ng. ll}-".f.r.; sales on the spot 130 bales and 4V, to arrive. Futures opened and clos? ed steady Closing prices: September. 11.34; Ottober. 11.25; December. 11.2?; January. 11.33: Maren, 11.44; Ma>. 11.1?. LOCAL .MARKET QUOTATION'S. tFurr.lshed by Levy Commission Co.. Com? mission Merchants. Richmond. Vs Richmond. Va.. August 30. |J11. ACTUAL WHOLESALE QUOTATIONS' OF -MARKET. LIVE POULTItT. Chickens, choice, small, lb.. 1? g Chickens, choice, medium, lb.. p; 5/ Chickens, large, ib... 1? ^ Hens, lb. 12<*6 Boosters, each. 3-) Ducks, large, young, lb. $ u^t Ducks, small, young, lb. a in EGGS. In trat?! nearby, fmh, dox.. 20 g -1 In crates other sect.ona, dos.. SO 3 Guinea eggs, dox. 12 a BUTTER. Family, choice, freah. lb. Sin ~? Merchants', fair, lb. 17%? a LIVK STOCK. Veals, choice to fancy, lb. g - Veu.s. poor to fair, lb. ? g ji^ Calvers. runners, lb._ 5^ j I Khei-p. lb.' 3 g t Lambs, spring. !b. 5 a 6 ("attle. fair to prime, lb. 4 ? 6 llOgS, lb. 7U3 HIDKP. Dry flint, lb. 17 <j Dry salt, lb. 15 t? Green, aalt, lb. 13V* ci* Green, lb. 9V?e Greer.. damaged, lb. ? I Tai low, *b. CP 6 Beeswnj: . ?/ IR Bricht. No. 1, tubwot-hed. lb 24 ft 25 Bright, No. 2. ?.ubw.shed. ? 24 ( t. unwashed, free of burrs. Q 21 ( h unwathad, lightly burry. 17 O II Ch. ur.waahed. medium ou.-ry ?/? 16 Ch ' unwashed, heavy burr/. UViO 13 MISCELLANE' >US Onions, dry. p?r 100 lbs. sack.. 100 ^ 3.23 Potatoes, Irish. No. I, bbl.... ITS ?J, 3.60 MARKET CONDITIONS. Ci.irkens In heavier receipt, hut active at quotations. Hens active. Live slock in good demand. Other lines al?0 active. NEW YORK PRODUCE MARKET. New York. August 3'). ?Flour?Steady. Rye Fluur?Quiet. Cornmeal?Firm. Barley and Bye?Nominal. Wheat ?Easy; No. 2 red, new. 94%C., elevator ami &5V*c. '?? o. b. afloat. Futures closed tj-i'?c. net lower. Septem? ber, 95 7-16c.; December, 99"?c. Corn?Bar* iy steady; No. 2, 7lfc elevator, domestic basis to arrive and 7:>sc. f. o. b. afloat, ex? port grade. Future market was without without transactions. Oats? Firm; new, standard white. ;6'5?... No. 2 do., 47c. Pork?Stcarty. Beef Firmer. Tallow?Firm. Petroleum?Steady. Wool?Steady. Koaln fiteady. Turpentine?Quiet at 54'.iC Leather ?Steady. Molasses?Dull Rice?Steady. Sugar?Raw. strong. Coffee?Futures closed steady, 2 points higher to 3 point* lower. Spot, steady; Rio. No. 7. 13>..r.; Santos. No. I .i s. mild, duli: Cordova. MQltk*. nom? inal. Butter and Cheese?Steady and un? changed. Eggs?Steady to firm. Potatoes? White, easy and unchanged; sweets, firm; Jersey, baske. gl. 54 ft 1-^2; Southern barrel. 12.50?) 3 75. i'abbages?Dull and unchanged. Peanuts?Unchanged. Except for a alight decline near doliverlos early In the session cottonseed oil was higher to-day on concontrtfied buying of late deliveries, covering of shorts and local professional support. The close was un? changed to 5 points net higher. Septem? ber. 6.1896.15; October. 5S0ftS.S4; Novem? ber, 5.S5<E5.76; December, J..t34| 6.66; January, 6.63O5.66; prime crude, nominal; prime sum? mer yellow. 6.14Q6.26; prime winter yellow, 6.15 bid; prime summer white, 8 16 y 6 57. CHICAGO GRAIN MARKET. Chicago, hi., August 30.?Wheat was liqui? dated heavily on the Board of Trade to? day. September In particular, and the close was V4ii!sc. to lc. under yesterday. Corn and oats found narrow markets, but while corn sold off '?l'ii'.c. ta H?4c.. oats cloaed unchanged to a shade up. Provisions suf? fered from liquidation, closing 7ViO10c lower In lard and ribs to 6214c for Sep? tember pork. Leading futures to-day ranged as follows: Open. High. Open. Close, WHEAT? Sept. SS?? 894? SSV? 684? Dec. 93',, 93?? 93,4 93V3 May . 99?? 99?? 9?\? 99U C?KN Sept. 66 65>* 61V, Dec. 62V4 62V4 62Vi May . 6t-H 64V> 64V4 644? OATS? g?P?. 42H 42H 42V, <2V4 ?et. 45 43,4 44?? ?6 May . 47 48H 47?? 4? MBSS PORK-rcr bbl. Sept.16.80 16.00 16.56 16 75 Jan. .16.25 16.27 16.05 16.10 LAitD?Per 100 lbs S?P?.9? 9.27 0.20 ?26 9.23 0.10 88 'Oct. 9.35 9.36 l>?0.9.13 9.13 9.06 ?io .9.05 9.07 ?.?5 (.00 May . f..T. 9 0) t.*I $.57 I 'HORT RIBS?Per 100 lb* s*pt.s.n s.ts ?.w j On.y*o s.? *?; *50 ; J?n.?.io i.u ?.:; i.V Caah (rrain closed. Wheat?No. : red. SSQ : IHjC.; No. 3 r?d. W*>Uo.i No. 2 hard, win-j ter. KHOMc . No 3 hard, w.nter. MViO*3c; I No. : northern, spring. tl.0*<Il.OS: No. 3; northern, spring. 11.03?LOS; No. 3 northern; apr ns. 97 51 41 ?. N?. : spring, n 4} $1.01; No. i 3 spring. Wall; velvet chaff. "?'(.:?*;'-.. durum S ??:?.?. Corn?No. 2. ?4? n 6??<.c.: No. 2| while and No. 3 yellow. 64*^ *j 63c-; No. 3, (IVsfr?4\c; No 3 white and No 3 yellow, j t?VjCM%,c.: No. I. ..3',S?4i,e.; No. 4 white and No 4 yellow. 64 'a S4V.C Oats?No. 2. 41c; No. 2 ahlte, 42'4Tj45<-.. No. 3 white. ll't'Hll.r.. No. 4 white. lOHVSlttc.; stand? ard. c,'/t:\,r Baltimore, Md . August ?0.?Wheat easier: spot, contract. fVS<- : Southern on grade. S3 090c Corn?St-ady; spot, contract. ti\: Oate?FIrm; No. : white, new. 43\?i4tc; old. 44?c.; No. 2 mixed, new. ?2U.C Rye? Kirin. No. 2 western. ir.iin?l;r. 'jZi. askeu R1CIIMOM) GRAIN MARKET. Richmond. Va.. August 30. 1311. WHOLESALE QUOTATIONS ON 'CHANGE. WHEAT?Car .ots. No. 2 red. Western.t llttAI No. 2 red. Virginia. 53 V? j ! I No. 1 red. '-'-':.l! 1 I Vlrglnta, bag lots. II jg SO I Virginia, bag lots > for seed) M '.4) K ' CORN?rar lots i No. 2 white. 9 72ti No. 3 white. ; 71W No. 2 mixed. 0 71Vi' No. 3 mixed. 3 'Mi ' Virginia, bag lo s. 71 O ! I OAT.w-C>r lota. No. 2 mixed. ft 44V* I No. 3 mixed. 4J 44 I No. J white. id <3 ?64 j No. 2 white. ?9 4'H : Winter seed, bag lota. ?S & I? j RYE?Car lota. No. 2. 53 ft No. 3. M ? 1 Virginia, bag lots. SO tf RICHMOND HAY MARKET. Richmond. Vs., August 3). 1511. he quotations are aa Collowat 1 Timothy.24.0) S Timothy. 2!.? I No. 3 Timothy. Nomina'. Light lover, mixed. 22 65 ,j /- X No. 1 Clover, mixed. 21.50 I No. 1 Clover. Nominal No. 2 Clover, mixed. 1VM No. ; clover. Nominal STRAW?compressed . 7.50 Uonse-presfeil. large bales... V60 ? S.W SHUCKS?Compressed . Nominal Loose-pressed, large bales. Nominal Load your cars so that hay at doer;, reprc sent! contents, and thus avoid rejection. This market grades hay In accordance rlth the rules of tne National Bay Associa? tion. CATTLE MARKETS. RICHMOND LIVE BTOCK MARKE" .. tSaies at Union Stock Yards.) Richmond. Vs., August SO, Uli. Report of the live stock market for the week ending August 3S: Receipts?Cattle. 305 head, calves, 15? head; sheep. 661 head. hogs. 41 head. Best steers, 0c.; medium to good. 1*4tJSHc.; common to fair. 3*?Sj4:-ir.; best hellers, ?ljuff.; medium to good. 3?4?4'4c; common to fair, 3'*4'd 3*t.c., best cows. 8V, JX i'-.c.; medium to good. 3^i3Hc.; common to fair. 2tf2?4c.; bulls. 3'-? 3 4r.; calves. 5&7c. C"*i and calves. 1254; 50.00 per head. Best hogs, 7Vi?T7*aC,; sows and stags. 5<56Vjc; best lambs, ?50V. i common, S'j'?c.; sheep, B4?SV?c Chicago. III., August 30.?Cattle?Receipt? 3*2,000 head Market mostly 5810c. lower. Beeves, $55'.15; Texas steers. |4.40C<vU; Hesterns, S4.2?37.10: stockers and feeders. S3.*j*S.S0; cows and heifers. 12.23416.25; calves, l?<3S.OO Hog?-Recelpts 25.000? head. M?<r k*t slow at early prices. Light. 17.15 2) 7.76; mixed. $7.05 0 7.70; heavy. (6 S? g 7.60; rough. IS."?fi7.10; good to choice heavy. $7.1067.60; pigs. $697.(4; bulK Qf sales. S7.l0ti7.45. Sheep ?Receipts 10,003 hoad. Market weak. Native S2.16'if.3.70; western, 32.503 3.75; yearlings. $4 66.10; lambs, native. $426.70; westerns, S4.75 ? 6. SO. New Tork. August 30.?Beeves?Receipt? 2.154 head. Steers. $4.2537.55; bulls. J33 4.S5; cows. $1.3*.Sj4.25. Calves?Receipts 2 318 head. Veals. $70 10.00; culls, 13 0 6.00: grass, e.rs and buttermilks. $*4.SS96.S&; southern and western calves. $4.S0Q 7.50. Sheep and i Lambs?Receipts 6,314 head. Sheep. $283 76; I culls. $101.60; lambs. 44.75'? 7.25; culls. $43> 14.30. Hogs?Receipts 3.5SS head. Market easy at $7.6093.05. RICHMOND TOBACCO MARK KT. Richmond. Vs., August 3D. 1911. Quotations ?n the Richmond Tobacc? Ex rna -ig?; BROWN s?! IPPING- R EO n I)?: P. ED. Lugs .t IM ft I I :l Short leaf. .. 9.00 t, 10 50 Lonr leaf. 1? ,v-> O U.M Wrapper* . is.oo a is.oo BRKIMT8 SMOKERS' -Common . 100 3 ?61 Medium. ?.00 V i:.o<i Flu? . 12.00 v 13 'j* CUTTERS- Comroo . 12'? ?J 12 50 Medium . U 0) i-' 1* 50 Fine . ?1 00 e U.50 Fnncy . IS '.0 8 20 00 riLLKRB?Common . ?0t> S lO.uO Medium . 1100 6 12.O0 Ooo'V . 12.63 tj 13 M Fine. 14 00 O 1? ?? WRAPPERS?Common. 13 "0 0 IT.?* Medium . IS 00 3 20. W Good . 26.00 ? 30.00 Tine . ... 12 50 G 37.60 Fancy . 40.00 ? 45.00 ?UN-Ci'FlUD?NEW. Lit>. csini'ii to go'o. 5 50 e 7.06 LuP?. good 'o prune. 7.50 tj ?50 Ebon leaf. 900 "i 11.00 l.or.g leaf. 11 no tj it.'M Wrappers . 14.co fj ss.O) Prlir.lnga . LOO ft 3.00 MIS f' F. f. I .ANEWS MARKETS. PEANUT MARKET. fFMrnlfhed b.- Rodger*. McCabe & Co.) pet?r?burg. Vs., ALgTUSt eanut.'.? Farmer? Spanish?Firm at ?1.25 |. V bushel. Virginia??Firm. bunch. S'rt 5Hc. per pound: fancy hmid picked. t'jltic. Per pound: ex? tra prime. 4r per pound: prime. 2\r. P?r pound; machine picked. 3'4fi 4c. per pour.d; Hhelllng stock, 3c. per pound. DRT GOODS MARKST. New York. August 30.?Trading In fin ll rotton goods was rather quiet during the day. Values were firmly held, and In one ras* the d'.srount on oleiched goods was withdrawn. Prlr.t cloths was In steady de? mand and full prlres were paid for all of "he goods that changed hands Business in worsted yarns was sluggish. NAVAL STORES Wilmington, N. C., August 20.?Spirits Turpentine-Steady at 42-Vjr.: racelpta .'5, casks. Rosin?Steady at 16.60; receipt? IIS barrels Tar?Firm at 13; receipts 53 h-vr- ' rel?. i 'rude Turpentine?Firm nt I3Q l.tO; receipt? It barrels. MARINE INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF RICHMOND. AUOU3T 30. IM1. ARRIVED. Steamer Brandon. Barney. Norfolk, mer? chandise and passengers Old Dominion Line SAILED. Ste.imrr Brandon, Marne;-. Norfolk, mer? chandise and passengers, Old Dominion Lin Steamer Pocahonta?, Graves, Norfolk and .Tante? River landing*, merchandise apd p:,. sengerj. Virginia Navigation Company fkboota. Miss Morris's School for Girls 3 East Grace Street. September 25, 1011. Catalogue at book stores or from the principal. MISS SUSIE P. MORRIS. Principal, 1116 West Avenue. I Kt&iifpti Offer? two vrar course - In thepracticul branches of the law leading to degree ot LL. B. Location unsurpassed. Terms moderate. Next session begins September 21, 1011. For catalogue and information, address W. S. McNEILL, Professor of Law, Richmond, Vs. Littleton Female College Our fall term will begin September 20, 1911. For catalogue, address J. M. RHODES, Littleton. N. C Personal and inactive accounts, subject to check, receive our best attention?and, in addition, 3 per cent, on balance maintained, whether large or small. Open an account to-day in person or by mail. Virginia Trust Co., Richmond, Va. Capital One Million Dollars ?efjool?. Lewisburg Seminary and Conservatory of Music In heart of Alleghantes, 2.300 feet above sea: hear Greenbrler White Sul pher Springs; halfway between Wush inston and Cincinnati, on C. & O. Hall? way 'through trains. I.onf; distance phone. Fine. modern buildings, electric littht, steam heat, bath**, gymnasium, etc. Standard courses, under competent teachers. In I Ihorst Arts and Sciences. Music. Art, Expression and Business. Refined. Christian Influence'. Limited to 135 boarders. $220 to J350. Session begins September 13 1911. It. < . Sommervlllci President, Dr iwer T. Letvisburg, W, Vs. Miss Elleit's School For Girls Opposite Monroe Park?14 N Laurel. Richmond, Virginia Careful attention to little trlrlf. Athletic Hold outMdc the city. Basket? ball and hoatinK. Preparatory to Bryn Mawr College. Certificate admits to Vassar and Randolph-Macon. Sweet Briar scholarship. The number of ?tudents will be limited. GLOUCESTER ACADEM1 On the Principal'. Farm. Summerville. As Accredited School of the Vnlversity ? Virgtnlu, Near Gloucester 0. II.* Va. Thorough preparation for rolle*..? and tn? tjnlveritt) and for a business Ufa. Specie, attantlon *o backward boye. and the most careful Individual supervision. The next aeaalon will bes'.ri September 7th. Corre? spondence solicited. For circulars apply tf JOHN TABB ujrad L'nlv. of Va.). Prloflaa pal. P. O.. Glouceater. Va. PE A B O D Y Conservatory of Musk Baltimore, MO. II ae the leading ??V. low??) ?n ii? 1 ? 11 ronsf rv atory in tho country. \ ^ and D.plomas Circulars mailed. Virginia Mechanics Institute Will begin Its enrolment September IS. 1911. Regular niprht classes for Machin? ists. Plumbers. Automobile "Mechan? icians, Pattern-Makers and other trades Also day daises In the after? noon for apprentices, once a week. FRANK "?V. DUKE, Superintendent. RICHMOND ACADEMY Bichmond, Va. Tenth session begins September IS. The Dear. Is now at president's oflice, Richmond College. For catalogue, address \VM. L. PniXCE, Dean. Phone Madison 2342-J UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF MEDICINE ? vSa'I STUART McGUTRE. M.D., Pres. Me*Kcine-Dentistry-Pharrnacy 19lh Session Opens September 12th. New building. New equipment. Eighty experienced teachers. Excellent clinical facilities. Modern laboratory methods. Descriptive Catalogue on request. Richmond College An eld, etrcngly endowed College with stan? dard entrance requirements whose degrees are accepted at full value by the leading universities of America. Through courses in Liberal Arts lead to degrees of B A . B. S. and M. A., and In Law to degree of LL. B. Character building is emphaeirel, and the Faculty does not permit the individual to be lost in the crowd. Modern, sanitary dormitories with good boarding facilities. Equipment of every depart is fir6t class. Expenses ore moderate. For catalogue and information, address : President F. W. BOAT WRIGHT, RICHMOND. VA. McGuire's University School, OPP. MONROE PARK. RICHMOND VA. FORTY-SEVENTH SESSION begins Sep? tember IS. Thorough preparation for uni? versity or college. Lower School for small boys. Principal at 7 N. Belvldere St. Hours: 8 to 12 A. M.: 2 to 5 P. M. Catalogues at book stores or hy mall. "Phone Madison 3171 JOHN P. M'OfTinE. Principal. EDICAL COLLEGE L OFsyiRgtlNIIA ft 11838 f!911 MEDICINE. DENTISTRY. PHARMACY. StawirWli. feteta begins Sept. II, 1911. EicelUoi Uboraatory end cllaloel fftellltlee. CUoftU gtUabrtoue LA ting ? i pec test mils rats. . Write fcr C*uJjsu< fs> OtfistopaW TornpkbM, M. D? Dw>n, P|r tsjjmril V* Tottis THE JEFFEFfllt>N RICHMOND, VA. Coolest Restaurant In the City. Club Breakfast a Spoclaltjr. Lobby Cooled by Battery of Electric Fan*. The moat magnificent hotel In the South. European plan. Rooms slng'.o and en sulto, with and without baths. Spacious sample rooms, Pnte. $1.00 per dav and upward. &afimaBiL Richmond^ Petersburg Electric Railway Cara leave Manchester. Seventh ana Fsrrs Streets, for l'etereburg: ?*. 7. 8, ??, 10, 11. '13 a U . 1, 2. ??. 4. i. ???:?6. ??. T, 8. ??. 10 P. It 11:00 P. M. for Cbaaier. 13.00 mlanlglu for Petersburg. Cera leare Petersburg, foot ?r sycamore Street, for Manchester! 16:16, 8:34, ?1:18. ?7:86. ?:?. V.SS. *10:S8. Iii? A. M.. 11:86. ?1:88. 2:34. 3:16. ?4:88. fit*. 8:88. ?7:16. 8:36. D M. '10:40. 11:40 P. at IDally excapt Sunday and hollSaya 'Carries baggage and expreaa. ??Limited, except Sundaya and holiday*, AU cars from f'otarsjurg coaoa<jt Kr.Uh. I eftja for Illohmoi.t_,._ SaintiaL_StmntW. esult of Energy A BANK strong in its resources, conservative in its management, progressive in its policy, with ample capital, modern equipment, splendid organization, officers o: experience, and a strong directorate. Thousands of customers have found our services entirely satisfactory and do not hesitate to recom? mend us to their friends. Your patronage is solicited. First National Bank Richmond, Virginia Capital and Surplus, $2,000,000.00 JNO. B. PURCELL. Pres. JNO. M. MILLER, JR., Vice-Pres. and Cashier FRET). L. NOLTING, Vice-President Chesapeake & Ohio Railway 7:40 A.?Local? Dally?Newport News. 8:30 A. Local.- Dally?Cb'vllt*. Ex. Sun. C. Force t?:00 A.?Exprf *s-t>altr? Norfolk. Old Pol.nL U0:00 Aj?Local-Jjii:>-L.hliK. Lex. C Forge. 111:45 A.?Mtn. SpL Ex. Sunday ?tv. Sulphur. ?2:00 P.?Kxprtit-bally?On.-L'villa. tt:00 P.?Express?Lilly?Norfolk. N. Newa 6.GO P?Local?Dally?X. Nowa. Ol* PolnL 6:14 P.?Local?ijx. Sunday?Oordonsvllle. ?5:16 P.?Local?Ex. Sunday?Lchbg, Natural Bride?. Clifton Force. ?6 35 P.?Llmit'J?Dal,y- Cincinnati, Chicago. ?11.00 P.?Expr??i.?Dally?Cincinnati. L'vllle, ?Sleepers. Il'irlor ears. TRAINS AltKlvr. I'.ICjIMOXP-L->ca! from East: 5:3? A. 36., 7:50 P. M. Through from East: 11:30 A. it, ?:I0 P. j. Local from Vt-st: "8:10 A. M . ?*?:50 A. M 6:25 P. M. and s:3j P. M Through: 7:00 A." M.. 2:46 P. M. James River Line: "S:35 A. M.. ?:1S P. iL ??Dally except Suncay. MmU, Frederictsu'e & Potomac R. H TO AND FROM WASHINGTON AND BEYOND. Leavo Richmond ?6.80 A.M. Uj/d st.su. ?6.42 A.M. Main St. Sis. ?e.rOA.M. By.-4Kt.Sta. ??.30 A.a. Ma'p-it. Sta. ?8.40A.M.BrrdSi. Sta. ?12.01 aooo Bjt4 St. Sta. 14.00 P.M.Bjrt St. St*. ?4.16 I' ll Elba Station. ?5.16 P.M. MalaSLNls. ?8.?0P.M. ByrdSt. Sta. Arrive Klohmopd ?LAO A.M. BjrdSt.hta. H l.t& A.M. Klbs Htatioo. M1..15 A.M. Bird St. si* ?1.12 P.M. Main St. Sta. ?2.4? P.M. BrrdSt.Bts. ?7.26 P.M. Bird fit.Sta. ?0.10 l'.ll. Bjrrd St.Sta. ?9.40 P.M. Main St. Sta. ?11.05 P.M. .Main St. sc.. *|Mjj night Byrd St.Sts. ACCOMMODATION THAINS?WEEKDAYS. LesTO 11;rd St.St?. 130P.11. for Preaerteksbarg. I.esTe Elbs Sta. 7.60 A. H.,11.110 p. 31. for Ashland Arrlre Bird St.Sta.s.iS A.M. from Prederleksb'g Arrire Elba Sta. tl.30 A.M.,6 JO P.M.from t Milan ii ?Dally. fWeekdaya. .Sundays only. All trains to or from Byrd Street Station (except tiaini leaving 5.30 a. m. and arriving 13.jo night) stop at Elba. Time of arrlvala and departures oot guaraotsed. Read the sigos. 6E.UJO.xitu a in i.i> * Southbound traltia scheduled to leave Rieb mood daily >:10 A. kt.?Local to Norllne. 1.20 P. M. ?Sleepers and coachea, Atlanta, Uirmlnghatr.. Savannah, Jacksonville and Florida points. 6:60 P. M.?Sleepers and coaches. e>? m.iab. Jacksonville and Florida points 11 tit P. it.?Sleepers and roaches. At? lanta. H" ???? ?-,>:.?1:1. Memphis and tha Soutb west. Northbound trains scheduled to arrive ' in ltlehmord dslly: 5:32 A. M.. 7:23 A. *L. I 6:05 ". M-. 5 40 P. At R1CHMOND AND CII ESA 1TL-VKE BAY RAILWAY COMPAJiY. Schedu:. tt electric trains to and from Ashland, supping at Intermediate stations upod signs,: Lt. Richmond tDroad and Laurel Sis . ??:(?, '7:10. ?:10b. 8:10. ??ltil?, M IO A. If . 1:10. 2:10, 3:10. 4:10b. 6:10. it: 2?. I'io 8:100. 10:10. 11.46 P. 3d. Lv. Ashland. ?5-65 7b. ?. ?b. 10. "11 A. at., *13 M_. ??!. t, 8. 4, tt). L 7. 8. *b, 11 P. ML ?Daily except Sunday. "Suodnj op.I?. 11 arrtea >??> SOUTHERN RAILWAY TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND. N. B.?Folowing scbadule figures published ?a information and not guarantee*' 6:10 A IL-Daily?Local for Charlotte. Dur? ham ar.el Bslelsh. 10.46 A. 64.?Dslly?Limit - ad?For at' points South. Drawing Room Buffet Sletpirig Car to Aaheville. N. C. 6:00 P. M. Ex. Sun.? Local for Durham and In? termediate Stallone. 6:00 P. M. Ex. Sun.? Kcybvtlle Local. 11;45 P. M.?Dslly?Limited ? For all pilots South. Pullman rend, at >:3G P. M. YORK RIVER LENK. d:30 P. M ? Ex. Bun.?T? West PL. ronnect tar for Bil'.lmora Mon., Wed. and Frl. 6:00 A. M.' Ex. Sun. and 2:1* P. iL?Alon.. We*, sod Frl ?Local to Weel Point. TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND. From tl.i 3outh: 4:6? V 11.. 1:06 P. 3d., ?tally; t:AC A. 61. Ex. But..; 13:6a Ex. Run.) 100 P 34 'dally. From Waat Point: *:ts a. A4 DC-ly; l-":36 A. U Wed. and Frl.; 4.J? P. kt. r\*. t... b. a. DVROE9S. D. p. a.. t2t el Main St 'Phone Uudlsnn 4M. Atlantic Coast Line EFFECTIVE JULY 2. Mil. TR?IKI LEAVE RICHMOND DAI LT. For FlTlda and South: 3:15 A. M. and. 36 P. y., 100 A. M. Charleston. For Norfolk: "f 10 und 9;Oo A. SI., *3:00 P >L, 4:10 ?. M.. "7:00 V M. For N. & W. Ry. West: 6:15 A. M 10:00 . M.. '3 00 P. M.. S:20 P. M. For Petersburg: 1:00 A. M.. 6:15 A. M., 1:10 A M., 3:15 A. M . ?:00 A. M.. 10:00 . M.. "1:00 P. M . 4:10 P. M.. 1:06 1>. M . 7:00 P If., 7:35 P. M . 9:30 P. M., 11:45 P. M. For Oetdaboro and Faycttevllle: ?4:10 P.M. Train? arrive Richmond dally: 5:20 A. M., 40 A. kt.. 6:55 A. M.. ?S:37 A. M? ??10:45 . M.. ,-*0 A. M., "11:4S A. 31.. '2:00 P. M.. M... ?:05 P. M . 6:35 P. M . 5:00 P. P. M., "10:26 P. M.. 11:30 P. M. Sunday: ??Sunday only, f arrival and departure nnd con not guaranteed. , C. S. CAMPBELL. P. P. A. Ik and Western Railway ALI. RAIL LINE TO NORFOLK. ! hedule. in Effect May 14. lilX Leave liyrd Street station, Richmond. FOR NORFOLK: bS:10 A. M., ?9:00 A. M.. a3:00 P. M P- A*., 07:00 P. Af. FOR LV.NCHBURQ AND " THE WE9T: ?o:16 A. M.. MO:? A. U.. aS.vO P. If., ??:29 P. M. Arrlt? Riehmona from Norfolk. 411:40 A. M bk. 45 A. M.. '1:36 P. M., bl0:25 P. A4.. ?11-30 P. M. From tho West: ?6:66 A. If.. ?2:00 P At.. b3:15 P. M., ?t.OS P. M., ??lOO P. AL ?Da" -.?Dslly ex Sunday. bSundsy only. Pui^assi. Parlor and Sleeping Cars. Cafe DlDlD.^^Ur?- O- H- BOSLBT. BT D. P. A., Richmond, Vs. W. Ls?iBVILL. O. P. A_. Rosnnk*. V?. NORFOLK SOUTHERN Lt. Noifoik: '1:16 antt ?u a. At.. ?* P. 1 tor Essiern Cssollna svnd the flouth. Lv. RSvlelgb: **:U A. M ti and ?1:16 P. AL, tor Eastern Carolina and Norfolk. Pullman Bleeping Cara between Norfolk, Raleigh; also Ooldaboro and Norfolk. ? Dally 1 "- y Ex Sue. C. D, LHt3RANDE, O. a., American Xatlono. Bank. 'Phona Atonroo l&r. RiobmoBd. ?W. IT. CROXTON. O. P. A.. Vorfolkr. V? We pay three per cent, com? pound interest on savings accounts. Commonwealth Bank E. A. BARBER. JR. Certified Public Accountant. E. A. BARBER & CO. ACCOUNTING, AUDITING, organizing; SYSTEMATIZING, 215 Mutual Building, Phone Mod. 6321. Richmond. Vi. National Bank of Virginia Capital, - $1,200,000 Surplus, - $ 600,000 Accounts solicited Ninth and Main Streets The officers and directors of this bank arc men of the highest stand? ing. Manchester National Bank The Confederate Museum TWELFTH AND CLAY STRKET& OPEN 9 A. M. TO 5 P. IX. j&teamuoatg. 'Vacation t'uuisEs To %la Haltrax, N. S.. most deltghtrul cruise of Lit') miles Magninceni scenery: Nortnuiu* bc.iland Strait, Quit an,. River St. Lawrence nnd far-famed Sugiirnay River. P. S. "Trim, iad ' from New York. Sept. 2nd, 10 a. 11. Returning from Quebec Sept. Slh. louts Inc. Hotels. Shore Excursions. Lowest Rates Twin Screw S. S. "Ucrmudlan." SSJVi tons, sails ^ -' Aus- 30 and Sopt. 9, 30 and Oct. A Bilge Keels; electric fans; wireless telegra. phy. Fastest, newest nnd only Steamer Land? ing passengers at the dock in Oarmiida. For Illustrated pamphlets apply f> A E, OCTKRBRIDC.E & CO.. Agents. Welieo H S. CO., Ltd., ;? Hroadwny. New Voss or an. Ticket Agent, or quebec S. S. f?.*? Quebec. SAMUEL H. BOWMAN./ va..? Main StreeL /lo. Va. i j Lynchburg;, Vi OLD DQMINIQl^^v^ l.v. Richmond foot of Asb BL <\$ ,r Va. Leave oowport Newa..[ Arrive Norfolk.J Connects with main line sto? Norfolk for New York dally e.tonca, Va.?,.. IM P. M. Connections also Vn f? W. Ry. 3 P. M. and C. & oJA(- v a v, V " Men Line steamers stop M':'. News. y?|*.;.? laiid or receive passengers ?imporla, Va. TLUUINLY NAVIGATION*! Emporla, Va. t>j daylight for Norfolk. Cor)n Va. pert ftjuws and si) James ' . Sljair.er loaves Monday, .tporltt, Va. Friday at *:30 1. M. Fralgl Va. James River landings. 'Ph0int va. aUIn Ticket Office. HI ^ \ "n Chesapeake S^.TS irlo, Va. ces. Va. No. 4, Richmond Big now "ships. "Cltr "?? No No. ?? Rtchmont "City of ltaltimore." Richmond. Va Equipped with wireless telegraphy.i. 3, Rlchtnc phone aurvtce throughout tbs ahtpa. ' r ./ moms en aulte, with baths. Prices .*,'^>dJ"^ Tsc to 13 30. Excellent meals. 76c Tu BALTIMORE AND THE NORTH VIA NU'lKOLK AND OLD POINT. Leave Richmond Dally, except Sun., via N. & W. Ry. 3:00 P. m . Nor?'Ik 4:16 P. M. C. & O. Ky.. 4:00 P. M. Daiiy, Old Point 7:15 P. M. O. D. S. S. Co. 7:00 P. M Detly (one day la Norfolk). Vs. Nav. Co. 6:30 A. M (Monday, Wednes? day and Friday). Tickets at all offices. For staterooms apply to S. E. BUKuKSS, D. P. Agent, tit East Main Street, Richmond. Baltimore Steam Packet Co Equipped with wireless telegraphy. TO BALTIMORE AND THE NORTH VIA NORFOLK AND OLD POINT. Leave Richmond Dally. Inc'uding Sunday, via N. & W. Ry. S:00 P. M.. Norfolk ?:30 P. M. C. & O. Ry. l:? P. M.. Old Point 7:30 P. M. O. D. S. S. Ce 7:00 P. M. (one day la Nor folk). Va. Nav. Co ?:30 A. M. (Monday, Wednes? day and Friday). Tickets at ail offices. For staterooms ap? ply to H. M BOYSUN, Agont. S30 Saat Mala StreeL FALL TOURS to the Mediterranean, It air, Switzerland, and South of France. $160. up All expenses Included. "ASK MR. BOWMAN," 70S East Main Street, Richmond. Va. To England, Ireland and the Continent Triple Screw jOfe '^"Srf? "" "" Sails !5,s24 Olympic* Member 9 Lous *Rj^?-JL^* W September 30 MOM Up-lo-Data Flt?t Second and l'hird C???? i'a.Mtu/er Aero men ?Union? AI bo Wae My SnillBci bar Twin Serexr MmimMp* oat American Line Atlantic Transport Line Red Star Line White Star Line Nnr Vorm -Biiiitewiw I V Medlteir?fluneaa Aior,s, Hadorf?. flllbraJtor, AlgiMrV Vlllefraorbn, <>raoj, hapio?, AletX1? drU.