OCR Interpretation


The times dispatch. [volume] (Richmond, Va.) 1903-1914, September 26, 1911, Image 8

Image and text provided by Library of Virginia; Richmond, VA

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn85038615/1911-09-26/ed-1/seq-8/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for 8

Stock Market
New York. N. Y., September 25.?TU?
Juost extensive decline In stock? ?'bleu
Wall Street has known since the long
aiowuward movement began early last
month occurred to-day. The selling
wie n,ot concentrated so largely on
United S'tales Steel as during last
week's upheaval) but extended through
the entire active list. Prices gave
way on every quarter, and the losses
of many of the leading issues tanged
/rom four to six points In the late
trading the market developed pro?
nounced strength, and stocks rose al
luoht as abruptly as they had do
cliatd. Tlu- ? Ld of tne session found
losses gre-aily reduced.
The day began In comparative quiet,
and although the market Still showed
sigiib oi nervousness, the Urst hour
witnessed uo unusuaj fluctuations. Ut
lore uoon. however, the seUing in
m i.a.-tMi to enormous proportions. Or
den to .? flooded the market, which
broke proclpliately. Almost .all the
leading issues fell to new low points1
of the year. L'nion Pacific, which was
the object <??' particularly heavy pres?
sure, broke ti 1-S to 153 1-2. Reading;
lost 4, St. Paul. 4, Northern Pacific.
Kuuthern Pacific, Canadian Pacilic,
Great Northern preferred, und bt-ingn
Valley t or more. Among ihe indus- i
trials, the metal shares were especially i
weak. Selling of United States Slee)
Mas extremely large, although Read
ing and Union Pacific were thrown in j
market In almost as heavy amounts.
United Slates Steel's low point was
(>1 1-S, a decline of 4 5->. Amalgamated
Copper lost 4 1-S, American Smelting. I
:i 1-4, and Anaconda, S. American'
Beet Sugar, American Cotton Oil, Vir?
ginia-Carolina Chemical, Nutional Bis- ]
cuit and United Stales Express broke,
4 points or more.
Attorney-General Wlckersham's intl-!
(nation that a tentative plan for the1
dissolution and readjustment of the!
.American Tobacco Company has been
agreed upon wus the signal lor the:
recovery; The upward movement be- ]
;ii In the American Tobacco seeurl-]
ties. On the --curb" the common fha res
rallies is points The preferred rose
from 91 to 93 1-2 on the Stock Ex?
change, and both the 4 por cent, and t>
per cent, bonds scored good advances.
The movement extended to the re?
mainder Of the market, and before the
close the bidding became spiritd. Re?
coveries ranged from 2 to 4 points.
United States Steel and some other
inactive stocks closed with only frac?
tional losses.
With the exception of the word re?
ceived from the Attorney-General,
there were no developments to throw
light upon the clouded situation,
which has unsettled Wall Street so
completely. While to-day's break was
attributed in part to powerful specu?
lative interests committed to the bear
tide ot the market. It was evldcn that
liquidation on a large, scale was still
in procress. As the decline proceeded
liquidation in speculative holdings was
forced, and for a time the market was
threatened with utter demoralization.
Bear reports, with no apparent foun?
dation, were circulated with effect. It
was hinted that the government was
about to bring proceedings against
other large corporations. The uncer?
tainty which prevailed everywhere was
perhaps the most battling and disturb?
ing featui*, and there appeared to be
little hope of settled conditions until
some definite indication was obtained
as to tne position of the United States
Steel Corporation and oilier large con?
cerns under the Sherman law as now
? oQstrued.
Reports of the progress of trade In?
dicated little change, except an im?
provement of traffic on some of the
Western roads. A loss In gold hold?
ings of more than Tl.000,000 was re?
ported by the Bank of Germany In
Its weekly statement. The amount of
French capital withdrawn from Ger?
many In the last two weeks was esti?
mated at tltiO.OijO.OOP.
Transactions in Etocks amount to
1.449.SOO shares, the largest total since
June 30. 1910. Bonds also were very
active. Prices were depressed sharply,
but there was a recovery when stocks
rallied. Total sales of bonds, pai
value, $4.205.000.
United r-tates government bonds
were unchanged on call.
Total sales- foi'*' the day, 1.449.S00
r-ha res.
New York. September 25.?Money on I
call steady. 2 to 2 1-2 per rent.; ruling'
rate. 2 1-4; closing hid. 2; offered mi
2 1-4. Time loans steady; sixty days,
1-2 per cent.; ninety days, 3 3-4; six
month:-. 4. Prime mercantile paper,]
4 3-4 per cent. Stirling exchange
steady, with actual business In bank-I
t-rs' ibllls at $4.S32f. for sixty-day bills. I
and at ll.S??n for demand. Commer--'
Clal Mile. 54*2 1-2. Bar silver, 62 1
Mexican dollars. 45.
RH HMONIi STOCK MARKET.
By Richard W. Maury,
*iock and Bend Broker, 10-.5 E. Main Street.
Richmond, Vs., September a, jml
SALES AT BOARD.
Virginia Railway and Power Co. com.?
ft at 3'->?; 3S at 39H
V|rg-1n!a-Caro:ir.? Chemical jifd.?I at r.A
STATTE SECCRITIQS. Btd A.Rci.
% :.-gi.i!a 3?. Old. C. ana R. :Si;..., ?? s~%\
Va. Centurtee. ;-3. f. and R , . tT!W
TfY SECURITIES.
Rich. City t?. C. and R-, :8iS-,.i?. ?
RAILROAD BONDS.
A C. I* R. C. Con. Tr. 4 p. e.... 86
i and O Gcn'i M, ?Via ;<s.-2. 101 .,
'i:org:a. Sou ar.d F a.. ;stj. .^4
lieortia a.-.d \:a ron. Et. IHI_iuj
Nor. and West. Ky. is.. l#6. ti
feaboard Ad^ua-.tnent is. if,)*. 74
f-outhern hallway :*t fa, is:,?. jag
t<o. R Dev. an? G. M ?j. 1M6. 7?
V H'.err. N. C. is: Cs. : :i. li* "
STREET RT. STOCKS. par.
Va. Ry. and Power Co. < cm_leo UH t?v?
RAILROAD STOCKS Par.
Atlantic Coaat Dine com.io5 m
< r.esapeakc and Ohio.;oj sy,i "
?-v.rfo!k and Western com.io) 'ju
R . F. and P. Dlv. Obllg.i<y
r'.ulhern Railway pfd.JO-;, fcj
j,.,uih?rn Haliw-y com.;oc y
BANK AND TRUST CO. STOCKS
American National.IOC 1W
Broad Street. SJ '*'
MercbSBta National.i^o
National Back of Virginia.103 -**
National State a.r.d City Bank 100
i .ar.tera National.160 JM &
f-ev:r,Rs Bank of Riehmond. a
llaloa Bank of Richmond. 60 ?-.j '"
Virginia Trust Company.too 1M "!
INSURANCE COMPANIES.
Virginia Eire and Maine loa.. V, r,
MISCELLANEOUS.
Va.-Car. Chem. p/? 1 p. 0.J0O 1? ui
Vi..Car. Chem. com.,1J0 44
Quotation* for intereat-paylng bond* are at
OPEN AN ACCOUNT WITH
The Union Bank
of Richmond
110? EAST MAIN 8TRE XT.
$1.00 MAKES A START. 3 PER
CENT. INTEREST
Official Range and Sale of Stocks in New York
Sales. Stock.
HO Allls-ChalmeTs .
Allls-Chalmers .
74,'/>o Amalgamated Copper ....
Am. Agr. Chem., com.
S.&00 Ar-or. Beet Sugar, com..
1,200 American Can .
1.600 American Can, pfd.
SCO Arner. Car an<1 Foundry.
10? Am. Car and Found., pfd.
3.STO American Cotton OH.
!'?' American Unseed Oil
000 American lyocomoCve ...
Amor. Locomotive, pfd...
wo Amor. Mult. Co.. pfd.
?T'.TOO American Smelling .
TOO American Sugar .
6,100 Amer. Tel. and Tel. Co...
625 American Tohucyo. com..
2,300 American Tobacco, pfd..
2.1(0 Anaconda Copper .
17,?w Atchlson .
1.200 Atlantic Const Liae.
A. C. L of Conn.
.",150 Baltimore and Ohio .
4 .nan B-ooklyn Rapid Transit,
l.ina Central Leather, com.
12.045 Canadian Pacific .
7.Son Chesapeake and Ohio.
1,000 Chlenco (ircat Western-.
19.700 Chi.. Mil. and St. Paul...
900 Crucible Steel Cor . co-/..
200 Crucible Steel, pfd.
1.2M Chi and Northwestern...
OOO Colorado Fuel and Iron..
Colorado arid Southern..
4,010 Consolidated Gas .
Delaware and Hudson...
101 Denv ?- Rio Orande, com
7?0 Dene & Rio Grande, pfd
I, 8C0 DiMl'.lers" Sec. Cor.
12.70-1 Krle .
l.r.o.1 Frle. 1st pfd.
Fed. Mining and Sm . pfd
2,000 Gen. Electric .
II. 200 Grea-t Northern, pfd.
100 Illinois Central .
By
Open.
THOMAS BRANCH & CO. Bankera and Brokers
HIkIi. Low. Bid. Asked. Sales. Stock.
Closing
Open. High. Low.
82%
."":s
6%
33%
ss
8994
lit
i:<r,
395
102
HS Vi
80%
irm
225%
70?i
17%
111%
Wi
71
139%
f0%
4S% 44%
4tl
10
?2%
48*4
116
3J%
3S
60%
111
131%
404
K\\.
32
102?,
11K%
'<V.%
,
is%
"26
7*%
17%
lllVb
140V;,
131 a',
22%
30%
50%
73
13SU
29%
29%
4S?i
142't.
lift
135
6
15
47??
41
47%
9%
82
43%
110
4S*t
8%
33
104
37%
60
112
45%
9%
SI
42%
116
4?
8%
331?
37 %
56%
112%
133
3SS
91
29
10(1
118
sUi
72
1S?4
223=; 22S
08% 71?
17 17?
109% jro:
133
397
93
29%
102%
11s
a
84%j
72M
ir.
71-,
17%
4'i
4S
9%
82%
41
U0%
41'
9
33%
100
3S
113
133%
399
91
80%
102%
119
230
96%
'..700 Interboro-Met. 13%
2,200 Interboro-Met.. pfd. 40%
Int. Mer. Marine, com.
200 International Paper - 9%
500 Internal, Paper, pfd- 40
500 Kansas City So., com.. 26%
81.000 l^jhigh Valley . 156
1.300 Louisville and Nn-shv... 13S%
160 Manhattan . 131%
2.060 Mo.. Kan. and Texas- 28%
f..li?> Missouri Pacific . 36
1,500 National Lead . 43%
13.700 New York Central. 101%
000 N. Y.. Ont. and. Western 88%
1,493 Norfolk and Western.. W0%
12.3*1 Northern Pacific . HJ
1,000 Pacific Mall . 28%
13."- o Pennsylvania . 119
!*o People's Gar . 1?2>.
325 Pressed Steel Car . 25%
135 Pressed Steel Car. pfd.. 92
100 Rv. Steel Spring, com.. 26%
26S.0OO Reading . 139*?
1.400 Republic iron and Steel 22
139%
24
42?
1301 i
159
22 U
45%
29%
30??
49
rV>
143%
123VJ
185
19%
22-M.?.
7.1'.^
18
110%
10
731,
140%
43
23%
.. 35
.. 107%
47
30
30%
49%
62?
144
122VA
136
4(o Republic I. and S.. pfd..
3.350 Rock Island .
1.F-0 Rock Island, pfd.
700 Ploss-Sheffleld .
22.950 Southern Pacific ?
3 uro Southern Railway
600 Southern Railway, pfd.. 61
Standard Oil .
1,100 Tennessee Copper . 32
000 Texas PacirV . 23%
67.0C0 Union Pacific . 1?9%
? ?? 1 United States Rubber 31%
'.e.v--. United States Steel. 56%
ICOOOUnlted St.it.-s Steel, pfd.. 105',
Va.-Car. Chem. . 47
t.2'0 Va.-Car. Chem.. pfd.
TOO Wabash
POO W.-.bas i.
I.coo Weftern
1161s.
12%
13%
40%
"?%
46%
26%
156%
139
131%
28%
36%
43%
101%
38%
100%
in.
28%
119%
102%
2544
92
26%
189%
83
23%
4f.%
35
IOT%
61
32%
23%
1591,
32%
r.s%
T
116%
12%
?4a;
ofd. 2-*%
I'n'.on . 77
300 Pitts. Coal, com. 17%
Va. Ry. and Power.com
Va. Ry. and Power, pfd ...
Total sales for daw 1,464,600 shares
13%
39%
"9%
45%
25%
162%
13S
131V,
27 Li
34%
42%
100%
37*4
99%
1K%
2?
113%
102%
92
26%
134
21%
S3
22%
44
84
104%
251 a
63
81
22%
153%
30%
51%
103%
43%
U4
12V!,
24
71%
17%
9%
46%
26%
US
133
132
27%
35
43%
100%
2S%
119
102%
25
91
26
136%
22
83
23
44%
34%
W6%
25%
63
620
31
22%
157
32%
53%
105%
44
116%
12%
24 %
a price to which interest mint be added.
Income bonds and certificates of Indebted?
ness are flat.
BOND LIST.
AHIs-Cha'.mers 6?. f
American Tobacco 4?. S-J'*?
American Tobacco 6s. vc ,t
Atlantic Coast Lin* 1st 4s tbid). ?
A. C. I. -L. and N. 4?. 9
Atlantic t oast Line conv. 4a. 9
Cheaapeake and Ohlu conv. 4Vu?. '?-Vt
Norfolk and Western conv. 4s. 103
Seaboard Atr Lino 4s ibid). v?
Seaboard Air Lint ad). 5s.44
Southern Bell 5s (asked).
Southern Hallway 4s.
Southern Kiipwuy :>*. 1" '<
t'nlted Slates Steel 2nd as. If ?
Va-Brown Urns. ctts. (bldi. n."t
Virginia-Car. Chem. 1st 5s. 9S1J
Wnbash d?l>. 4s. *Mi
Wabash.-Pitta 1st 4s. 1HJ
Panama new 3s. WSV4
COTTON MARKETS.
New York, September IS.? There was a 1
great deal of "o-jtaern selling in the cot- !
ton market to-day. under which prices j
broke \ery sharply and establishing new low i
rtcords tor all deliveries. The Close was I
easy at a decline of from 31 .j 40 points foi !
the day. last prices being practically the
lowest of the session. Stop-lobs orders were
uncovered on a scale down, and the market '
at times was very active and cxeltcd wl'h
bearish sentiment stimulated by reports of
lower Southern spot markets, bis Southern j
spot Offerings and a continued slack dl-I
maun.
R.cipts at the ports to-day were 90.S07
bales attjlr.st 52.3?7 last week and S0.S1K last
year. To-day's receipts at New Orleans S.viS ;
bales against 3,413 last year. To-du.v'? ??- I
r.elpts at Houston 40.1'iS hales against 29,135
last year.
Col ton futures closed easy:
Opej-.. High. Low. Close, j
January .10.69 10.49 \C ITT lO.^S I
Fehruarv . I0.4S 10 47 10 ??.
March.1051 10.60 I0.3S 10.JS ,
April .10.31 10.63 10.63 l?.41 ,
May .10.60 10.71 lOf.0 10.il
July .10.7: 10.72 l?.?i 10.V)
September .10.M 1041 10 19 10.\S |
October .10.33 10.41 10.18 10.IS |
November .1".30 10.30 10.20 10.li
December .10.43 It 13 10.31 lO.a I
Spot cotton closed SO points lower; mid?
dling in lands. 10.55: middling gulf. 10.S1. [
sales, 100 bales.
Cotton, quiet; middling, 10.56; gross re?
ceipts, I" SAO bales; sales, 400 boles; stock.
96.1S0 bales, export to Great Britain. 1,492
bales; to France. 1.217 bales; export to the ]
Continent. 560 bales.
Total to-day at all ports?Net receipts. I
9O.S07 bale*; export to Great Britain. CS.GU |
bales; to France, 1.147 bales; to the Conti?
nent. 3S.116 bales; stock, 426.341 bales.
i'nns'.lldnted at all ports ?Net receipts. I
150.051 bales; export to Great Britain, 32,023
bales; lo Franre. 1.247 bales; to the Conti- |
nent. I7.7fi0 bales.
Total since September 1 at all ports?Net I
receipts. W..sas bales; export to Great j
Britain. 277.0I!-; bales; to France. 74.015 bales,
to ihe Contlnunt. 141.1?* bales; to Jnpan. 700 |
balm; to Mexico, 3",0 bales.
New Orlears, Be... September 25 ?Cotton
futures opened steady at a decline of 14Q
23 points The close w.ia steady at a net 1
decline of 21327 points; cables were no I
lower than expected, but commission houses j
had a , :e.it accumulation of selling order.-) |
over Sunday to fill. This selling appeared to [
b.l baxiO on the w-Mikness of Sc-utnern spot I
markets at the end of last week. There I
was little demand except from profli-taklng i
shorts. The bulls offered no support. Tnos,. I
who hail been working for a reaction liqui?
dated their long holdings The weather did
not show much rain In the cotton belt over
Sunday, and the forecast promised fair
weather over the greater part of the cotton
region This was encouraging to the bear
side. The market was sold heavily and had
s ?os'k undertone throughout the mornlng
eesslon. Reports of heavy ginning and of
cotton piling up In the Interior In the ab?
sence of a good spot demand stlmulat.-d
Ii. eh short selling. It was rumored that
tretg'ht tales at Texas points were breaking
because the export movement was not as
large aa expected. Reports from the At?
lantic on the condition of the crop wer.,
good enough to mine hears to begin to look
for a very favorable October condition re?
port from the government. In the after?
noon the market was fairly active. Spot
cotton (piiet. 3.16c off: m'.d'iling, lOHc. Sales
on the spot 143 bales and 2,(08 to at rive;
celpts. 3.30? boles; stock. 3l.!C4 bales. The
market closed steady: Septemtyr, 10,30;
October. 19.21; December. 10 IS; January'
19.31; March, 10 45; May. 10F.S.
LOCAL MARKET QUOTATIONS,
(Furnished by Levy Commission Co . Com?
mission Merchants. Richmond, Vo.
Richmond, Va., Sept-tnt'er 1911
ACTUAL WHOLESALE QUOTATIONS OF
MARKET.
LIVE POULTRY.
Chickens, choice, small, lb_ q 16
Chickens, choice, medium, lb.. g, u
Chickens, large, lb. 14 ^
Hens, lb. ,^ u
R tiers, each . SO <jf
Ducks, large, young, lb. jjij
I . small, old. lb. ? io '
EGGS.
Is crates, nearby, fresh, doi.. 2\ <J 23
Jr. crates, other sections, dot.. 21 {i
Guinea eggs, doz.^, j. u
BUTTER.
Family, choice, fresh, lb. 3d
Merchants, fair, lb. 17
LIVE STOCK.
Veals, choice to fancy, lb. M jL
yealt, poor to fair. lt.. SH'tf 7
Calves, runticrs. lb. 6 a 64
Sheep, lb. j ?:
Lambs, spring, lb. 6 5 ?
Citt.u, fiar to prime, lb. 3V,*i <.
?*??*. lb. Tvi? *
COUNTRY-CURED BACON.
Hams, srr.*:'., well smoked, lb. &
Bams, latge, well smoked, lb.' 1(
Biles, well smoked, ib. 13 ?y
r-fcouldere, well smoked, lb,. 12 ^
DEER.
Whole., lb. , e
BIDES. ' ' W
Dry ninU lb. a
Dry salt, lb. Y
Green salt, ;b.? Jj
Green. Ib..... ^
C.tser,. ia:a?g<d. lb,.....'.'.'"" a
Tallow .
B<uwai .' .
4}
6
WOOL
Br K'ht. No. 1. tubwash? I, |h.. u O 2-,
Bright, No. z, tubwashtd..?.. ? fl
Ch.. unwashed, free of burrs. Jr. t,
Ch.. unwashed. lightly burry. 17 ? ti
Ch., ur.waahed. medium burry a, ? *
Ch.. unwashed, b.a?> i?llr) . i-i4J. ...
MISCBLLANROUa f 3
Onlocx. dry. bag. s.ea v rn
r.itetoes. Irish. No. 1. tons;- 3.90 4f 3.?
Mark?! r-ondlllons?Market artlve at flo?
tations
NEW YORK PRODUCE MARKET. I
New York. September IS -Flour?Steady ;
?n-ith a fair irnde. Rye Flour and Rye?
Klrm. Cornm<-nl and Barley?Steady. Whotit
?Irregular; No. 2 red. S1 ?ievator, export
l.asin. and 11-01% f. o. to. ulloat. Option?
closed nrt uncuanged to \i.c. higher. Sep?
tember, fi.u: December, ti 04%; May. II.09H,
' Vim?Spot easy; No. 2. 74%c. elevator, do?
mestic basis, to arrive, tu?! ?4Kc. f. o. b. j
ntloat. Future* nominal. Oata?Steady. I
Future* nominal.
Pork, Beef, Lard, Petroleum and Wool?All !
?teady. Tallow?Easy. Mo'.nsses and Rico?
Firm, .sugar?Raw, tlrm; refined, firm, rof- i
:, ?'-Vn\ur.i closed steady at a net dee.In?
of lS"n*i:? points. Spot, quiet; Kto. No. 7,
14014 l-l$c.; Santos. No. 4. ItlS-Mc.; mild. I
dull; Cordova. 14H Citric, nominal. Butter
and Cheese?Firm. Bscs?irregular.
Potatoes?Steady; Maine, per l ag. si 9549 j
Long Uloud. pet barrr/, H.204J2.I3; Jer- I
sey .per oarrel, tl.U4?'2.M; jersey, per bag, '
S1.764100; Southern sweets, $1.7592.25; Jer
aweet*. per basket, ft. Cabbages?steady at
1294.00 per 100. l'eanuts?Steady; fancy
handplcked, Virginia. 6V?c I Virginia shell
id. No*. 1 and 2. 1\?i7'ji\ Freights?Quiet;
cotton to Liverpool, per !?? pound*. ZStglOc.;
grain to Liverpool, .'lid.; grain to Lon?
don, Id. j
Cottonseed Oil?With September shorts
practloally all run In thai delivery broke 1
severely to-day. Futures also eased off **>v- I
era I points, owing to cheaper crude and
with the weakness in cotton. Near the
close, however, there was a rally In room
covering. Spots closed 5 points net lower;
September 43 lower and futures 2Q~ points
off. September. S.S74M.M; October. 5.7CQ&7S;
November. 6.SSfB6.C0: Decembei and January.
6.5906.60; prime crude. 4.4704.54; do. rum?
mer yellow. (.506/S.9}; do. winter yellow. 6.50
bid; do. summer white. 7.00 bid.
CHICAGO (.RAIN .MARKET.
Chicago, September Depression in the
wheat market to-day came largely as a re?
flection of weakposs In Wall Street. The
close was ?44 He. to l'?c. under Saturday]
night's figures Latest trading left corn i
H?%c to Sc down; oats off 'i u \fcc.. and |
provlllon* ut 7i5:ilJVjC. decline.
Leading futures to-da"y ranged as follows:
Open. High. Lou- cir.j.j.
WIT RAT?
??^*s . 56?, S5fi 94S 96
Dec. 99 WVi ?Ii. MS
May . LOS 1.03?i 1.04% L04VS
CORN?
Sept. 65?, 6$', fS'i 6SI,
Dee. ?3', ?p, ?3?4
?May . 6iT? m j-u, ^i,
OATS?
Sept. 45% 45?; 45?? 45U
Dec. 47?, r.H 17 471.
May . 4ST, SOU OS
MESS PORK?Per hbl.
.'an. .15.15 IS IS 16.02 15.00
2May .16.12 15.M 16.01 15.03
L.ARD?Per 100 lbs.
Oct.ft. 40 9.45 9.31 9.3.'.
Dec.S 97 9.00 .1.99 R.92
?Ian.9 ro 9.00 S.S7 9.50
May . 9.00 9.00 S.SO S.9?
SHORT RIHS-Per 10.1 lb*.
Oct. ?77 SSO ?.CO s.eo
.lan.S.O.) S.00 7.90 7.90
May . S.00 S.05 7.95 7.97
Receipts? Wheat, :.;.tfto bushels: corn. 351,
:r?i hushcls; oals. WO.OOO bushels Shipments?|
Wheat, 14.300 bushels: corn. 135,000 bushels; i
oats. 137.SM bushel*.
Cash grain closed: Wheat?No. 2 red. Wi
?sT?7e.; .Vf>. 3 red. 9I?4 *f 96Hc.: No. 3 hard,
"inter. WCML02H; No 3 hard, winter. 96-7M'.:
No. 1 northern, spring. t'.rfT ? 1 I?; No. 3
northern, spring, Sl.064M.il: No 3 northern,
sprlnc. 11.05411.10: No. 3 (print, it.01fjl.07!
No. 3 spring. 33931.08; No ? sprln?. *5<i
81.01: velvet chaff. RS<M1.0S; durum. '<
51.04. Corn?No. 2. 33<4?f?S%c.; No. ? white.
! 6'u,1S Mr.; No. 2 yellow, 0*14?? SS*.,c.; No. 3.,
! 65 Jf 6S?-ic.; Nr.. 3 white. 33Yi<r3SKc; No. 3 yel
! low. <;*', pestle.'; No. i. iiTt,'rj No. I white
? ?7?i?l6<?,c ; No t yellow, ?7t,*. ?c. Oats?
? No. 2 white. 47?, ?|:r.; No. 3 white. 4?Vm> '
47?ic; No. 4 white. 4?",fi4Tc; standard. 47'r
: KMC
Elc'.n. III., September 2V ? Butter ? Market i
higher and firm at 2->'4c.; output. 739.3oO
pounds.
Baltimore, Md . September !&?Wheat
Easier; spot, contract. 95c: southern on!
Slide. :..?;?('?".>,<-. Corn?Quiet; spot, con?
tract. 72?; c. Oats?Firm. No. 2 white, 4V\
IM je. Rye?Firm. No > western, domestic.
33 8 98C.
RICHMOND CHAIN MARKET.
Richmond. Vs., September 25. I9ti.
WHOLESALE QUOTATIONS ON 'CHANGE.
WHEAT?Car lots.
No. 2 red. Western. ?1*1 97'i ]
No. 2 red. Virginia. t? M?4
No. 3 red. tl' t'5?A |
Virginia, bag lots. SS fi 93 1
1 Virginia, bag lots < for seed) 94 0 97 I
! CORN?Cur lots.
No. 2 white. *J 7SU,|
No. 3 white.7814
No. 2 mixed. 75>s
No 3 mixed. tf
Virginia, bag lots. Tl If
OATS?Car lots. z
No. 2 mixed.?. "3
No. 3 mixed. 9
' No. 2 white. 49'sff
No. 3 white. ?
Winter seed, hag lota. 55 ig
RYE?Car lots.
so. 3y.;'.'.'.*,.'.'.'.'.'.'.'..*.'.!!!I.''i!!!! %
Virginia, bag lots..;. 94 a
RICHMOND HAY .MARKET.
Richmond. Va., September 35, 191L
1 The emulations are aa follows:
I No. 1 Timothy. 4P 23.60
No. 2 Timothy. S 22 60
I No. 3 Timothy. Nominal
Light (.'lover, mixed. <St 22.50
No. 1 clover, mixed. 0 21.50
No. 1 Clover. Nominal
No. 3 Clovor. mixed. 13.00
No. i Clover. Nominal
MTRAW?Compressed . 4? 3.00
Loose-pressed, largo bales.. Sir 10.59
RHUCKS?Compressed . Nominal .
Loose-pressed, large bales... Nominal
Load your cars so that hay at doors rep?
resents contents, and thus avoid rejections.
This market grades hay In accordance
with the rules of the National Hay Asso?
ciation.
CATTLE MARKETS.
RICHMOND LIVE STOCK MARKET.
iSales at I'nlon Stock Yards.)
Richmond. Va.. September 35. 1911.
Report of the ilve stock market for the
week ending September IS:
Receipts?Cattle, 374 head; calves, 250 head;
sheep. 433 head: hoes, 326 head.
Best steers. .Mi fj SHc; medium to good.
I'j'.i :.',<.?.: common to fair. 3?-i ? 3V,c.; best
heifers. I'-liS'd'., medium to good. SVjfj
ttjc; common to fair. 3?! U 3?^.c.; hest cows,
"".'iir : medium to good. 3!&3Hc; common
Like all other Advertisers
We keep a copy of each of our ads. in a book, and it is
interesting to us to look thro' it. For example, we
spent $750.00 on one of them in fourteen different
papers, and the benefits received justified the ex?
penditure. To a number of others we can directly
trace valuable trust business, such as the writing of
wills or the changing of wills already written, naming
this company Executor and Trustee.
Then we have one which brought over $30,000 in
deposits. Confidentially, we like to read that one
over and over again.
These comments are made for two reasons:
1st. We are often asked if advertising pays, to
which we answer YES, it pays us.
2d. We want it generally known that while the
great end of our business is in the Trust Department,
we also do a banking business. Not commercial bank?
ing, but we pay 3 per cent, on personal and inactive
accounts, subject to check, the interest being calcu?
lated on daily balances maintained.
We specially invite the reader to open an account
with us.
Out-of-town" accounts receive careful attention.
Virginia Trust Co.,
RICHMOND, VA.
Capital One Million Dollars
to f?lr. : bull?. 3tt?tc-; calves. ?%?
|7c. Cow* and celve?, ?J50&OCO per h*ad.
I Hog*. T07?4c.: ?ow? ?nrl ?lag?. 4V??J
beat lamb*. SV?0?c.: rommon. 30IV4c; sheep.
3V?0?Hc.
Chicago. III. s*P'*mber 25.?Cattle?Re?
ceipts ?.00 head. Market weak to 101} lac.
I lower. Beeves. fl.TSffS.tft; Texss ?teer?. 14.40
i ? U; Western ?teer?. Mr?^l^O: ?locker? and
feeders. S3.1O0B.TO: cows and heifers. ?2 lOH*
6.26; calves, ?6ST9.76. Hogs-Receipt* 331.000
I head. Market 5c. lower for be.?t light
grades; others 10c. lower than Saturday'*
average. Light. $6.55(37.15; heavy. ?6.300
7.05; rough. ?6.30tJS.55: good to choice heavy,
! $6.56(9 7.05: pigs. ?4?ji>.40: bulk of sales, 16 65?/
16.96. Sheep?Receipt* 40.000 head. Market
?steady. Native. ??.50f7?.3l; western. 12.750
4.35; yearlings. ?366*14.70; lambs, native. ?Itf
I 6.20; western. $I. V)?i 6.30.
New York. September 25?Beeves?Iteeelpts
?3.S11 head. Steers. fl.ZSa7.Si: bulls. S305.OO:
cow?. fl.75? 1.75. Calve*? Receipt? 3.02> head.
Veals. ?7 4/ 10 75; culls. St.5i>?f?.50: grassers,
S30 4.5O; western and Sgutliem calves, ?I SO'.t
7.O0. Sheep and Lambs? Reeelpts 1.S35 head.
Sheep, $2 254i 3.75, eull*. SI. WS/ .'.00; lambs.
S5'<i0..'.O; cull?. ?Iii (50. Hogs?Receipt? 9.910
i head. Market steady at ?iU.7.10.
RICHMOND TOBACCO MARKET.
Richmond. Va.. September 1911.
Quotations en the Richmond Tobirco Ex.
change.
BROWN SHIPPING?REORDERED.
Lugs .?7.50 5JSS.75
Short leaf. 9.00 0 10.50
Long leaf. 10.00 'g 13.54
Wrapper* . 13 09 ? 15 04
BRIGHT*.
SMOKERS?Common . 7.00 ft S.34
Medium . 9.? <q 11 .w
F.lne . li.vtj *i U.Q4
CUTTERS?Common . It.w 4j 1254
Medium .14,01 'h 16
Fine . 17.00 0 ls.i?
Futic\. lt.10 ff iS.C*
Fl LI.KS?Common . S.OO <t 11 ul
Medium . 11.0a <j i2.?c
<j ?Od . 12.S0 n 13.fr.
Fine . 14.(0 ti 1100
\VK.\PPEK.4?Common . I5.t0 V- lJ.'i)
.u.-uium . lS.w, n ?0.01
(iood . ?.00 ?|> 3U.UJ
>">* .UM 0 J7.50
Fancy . iti.co u u.oo i
SUN- C UKKU-NtK
Lugs, common to good. 6.V) 1} 7.'>0
Lug?, good to prime. 7.50 0 XbQ'
<5"ort leaf. ?00 ^ 11.99 :
Long lear. 11.00 w 14. *j
Wrapper* . H OC ? :* <j.c
Priming* . l oj tf ?.0?
911 SC ELLA NEU CS MARKETS.
DRY GOODS MARKET.
New York. September 25.?The cotton ^oods :
and cotton yarn markets were quiet during
the day. Dress goods demand is widening!
slowly. The American Woolen Company I*'
to Inaugurate the manufacturer of bed
blankets, and will establish a new selling
department to handle the product.
NAVAL STORES.
Wilmington. N. C, September Si.?Spirit*
Turpentine-Steady at (O1,.- ; receipt* 15
casks. Rosin ?Steady at I.'..:"., receipts 71
barrel* Tar?Firm ai ?I SO. crude Turpen- |
tin)?Firm at ?31/4.60. receipts 46 barreli.
Savannah. Oa.. September --Turpenttne? '?
Firm at 5.)c.: sales 41R caiiki; t.Ipt* 671
casks; shipments 35 casks; "'nek 15,67 casks.
Rosin?Firm; sales 1.311 barrels; rtte.pi?
2.003 barrels, shipments 2.451 barrels; stock
77.442 barie!? Quote B. $6 15.
MARINE INTELLIGENCE.
PORT OF RICHMOND. SEPT 25. 1911
ARRIVED.
Steamer Brajidon. Harney. Norfolk, mer
char.dlse and passengers. Old Dominion Line, j
Steamer Berkeley. Shelly. Norfolk, mer- :
ch.indise and passengers. Did Dominion Line.
SAILED.
Steamer Brandon, llarncy. Norfolk, mer?
chandise and passengers. Old Dominion Line.
Steamer Berkeley, fchejly, Norfolk, mer?
chandise and pat-scngers. Old Dominion Line.
Steamer Pocahontas, Grave?. Norfolk and ,
James River landlng?. mere h indue and
passengers. Virginia Navigation Company.
CRUSHED TO DKATII WHILE
DI (.(.IM, (I, A V KOK HIUCUi
(Special to The Times-Dispatch. 1
Covlngton, Va.. September 25.?J.
Broughman, aged flfty-one, n well
known citizen of this place, was Iii- I
StanUy killed while ut work getting
out tire clay for the Allegheny' Drlck
Company here thin morning hv tho |
bank caving in on him. breaking mu ?
crushing several ribs over the heart.
Which caused his death.
He had only commenced work fof |
the firm this morning. Ills wife und
eight children survive him.
Bled*oe-Grnaty.
[Special to The Tlmes-Dispalrh. 1
Froderlcksburg. Va., September 23.?
The wedding of J. Wiley Bledsoe. Jr..
of Salisbury, N. C. and Miss Ella Mao
Orasty, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Geo.
L. Orasty. of Orange, was solemnized
this evening at 7 o'clock at the home
oi the bride's uncle, I* cj. Orasty. of
Orange. Rev. J. Wiley Blcdsoe, ol
Orange, an uncle of the groom, per?
forming the ceremony. Miss Ruby
Willis, of locust Dale, was maid ot
honor, and R. S. Orasty. brother of the
bride, acted as beat man. The house
was beautifully decorated In golden
rod and growing plants. After the
ceremony a reception was held, and
later Mr. and Mrs. Bledsoe left for a
bridal trip North, after which they
will make, their home In Sallsburv.
N. C.
NOTICE.
Southern Railway Company.
Richmond. Va.. September 21, 1311.
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
stockholders of the .Southern Rail?
way Company for the purpose of
electing directors and for the trans?
action of such other business .is
mav be brought before th* meeting
Will he held at the principal office
of i he company, In t|ie city of Itb-h
mond, Va.. on TUESDAY. October
10, 1911, at 10 o'clock A. M.
The stock transfer" hooks, both
common and preferred, will be closed
at 12 o'clock noon on Saturday, Sep?
tember 23. 1911, and will be reopened
at 10 o'clock A. M. on Wednesday,
October 11. 1911.
R. D. DANK FORD.
_Secretary.
m A SPECIAL COMMUNICATION
of the Richmond Randolph
/V\ Lodge. No. 19, A.. F. & A. M..
win be held THIS (Tuesday) EVE?
NING, September ?2fi, 1911, at 7 o'clock.
In the Mason's Hall. Franklin, near
Eighteenth Street. Work In the F. O.
d? ?rree.
Members of sister lodges and tran?
sient brethren fraternally invited.
Bv order of the Mauler.
W. A. CLARKE. JR..
Secretary.
Summer ?Retforttf.
NAtURftrBRIDGE HOTEL5
FOR IIEST AML? RECnEATION.
Virginia's leading; all-the-year Moun?
tain Resort. Flno hotel. Write for
booklet and rates. Address
W. G. HAMILTON. Msnnner.
THE JEFFERSON
RICHMOND, VA.
Coolest Restaurant In the City.
Club Breakfast a Specialty.
Lobby Cooled by Battery of Electric Fan*. J
The rood magnificent hotel In the South.
European pl*n- Boom? ?lng'.e ?nd en ?ulte. I
w|th and without baths. Spaclone **jnpl?l
rooms.
Kate, ?1.60 p?r dar ?nd uswant
Appreciative Attention
1104 ?. Mo.n
Richmond,
Va.
Capital . $1,000,009
Surplus. $1,000,000
With resources of oyer
ELEVEN MILLION DOL?
LARS, this bank is not
too large to give consider?
ate attention to the little
things which mean much
to the welfare of deposi?
tors.
It is not too large to
lend the weight of its
counsel and support to
the depositor whose deal?
ings are small, but none
the less important to him.
1 ts o: g >' .' /. ? tion is such
that all who bring their
business 'lere ..re assured
of courteous treatment
and appreciative atten?
tion.
Norfolk and V. c 3. er n Railway
O.VLiY all hail LINE lO norfolk.
S..-li?-uu:.- in iiiu.. .... it. uul
Leave liyrd M.CCI i. Illchtaund. Foil
NoHl Ui.i, -.?-.Ii? A. *i . v?? i?.
m., ??.!</ ? ? -U , i,;.uo p. m.
FOH USNcMlSUHU AND THE WKST:
??:li a m? -.v:u\i a. ai., aj.uu P>, SI. "i.t*
P. m.
Arrive Richmond from Nr.-foin ^11 ?0 A.
Si., DH.4J a. m.. -Ciii !? .%(.. i,io.f, m .
?UltO *'? m. From tlie kvcsi: ?<. ii A. H..
a-!:0u I'. m.. l>3 11 1'. ii., 't.Oi I' M.. 'stOO p. ?
*Dali> aDai.y --s. aundtiy. naunday uoi>.
Pullman l'ari'ji ?inj .-..ecpin.- Cats, cale
Dining i ir? c. H. BUS1.ev,
D. p. a . Richmond Va.
_w._b BE\ ii.I. G. P. * . aojn.;ic*. Va.
Atlantic Coast Line
EFFECTIVE july 17, 1J1I
T H aI .n -s LEAVE BICHMOND daily.
For Florida aod South S:13 a. m. and
7:36 P. St.. 1:00 A. M, "-harleston
For N..:f..!? -'s :?? a....l \ y _ ? - c-j p
M? 4:10 P. m.. ??Ii00 1- U.
For n. & W. n>. Vv.-al: 0:11 a. m. 10 00
A. m.. '3:'-) P. m . :? so P. M.
For Petersburg: : n a M? 9:15 a. m .
??*:10 A. 51., 8.Ii a. m , 0:00 A. m. 10:00
a. m . ?1:00 P. St., 1:10 P. M.. *:0> P. m.
??T:00 P. \I? 7:li P. m . 9:10 P. M., 11:46 p. m.
For Goldsbor0 arid Fayettevtlle: ?4:10 P. M
Trains arrive Richmond dally 5.20 a m i
6.40 a. M.. 6:55 A. St.. ?S:3; a. m. "10:41
a m . 11.10 a. m? "ii.?:. a. it,, ? P. m , i
?M:l,. P. Hi, ?01 P. St., 6:35 P. it.. S:O0 P.
11. ?:(', P. m.. "ulis P. SI., 11:30 P. m.
?Ex. ept Sunday: ''Sunday only.
Time of arrival and departure and con- j
ncctloni not guaranteed.
c. 8. campbel-.. D. p. A. '
SOUTHERN RAILWAY!
THAINS LEAVE UICHMuND.
N. B.?Following schedule Dsuraa published |
** Information and not guara.nl*??>
?;10 A. SI.?Daily?Local for Charlotte. Dur.
bam an? Raleigh. 10:<S A. St.?Daily?Limit?
ed?For all points South Drawing Room I
Buffet Sleeping Car to Aehiville. N. c !:001
P. M. Ex. Sun.?Loca for Durham and In?
termediate stations. C:uO P. SI. Ex. Sun.?
Keyeville Local. 11.1". p. AI. ?Dally?Limited I
? Fur ail points South I'uiin-.an ready at . J.
I*. M
TOHK P. IV Kit LLNt
4:36 I*. M.-Ex ouu.-r. West PL. connect
lua; for i;a Minor, Hon.. Wed. and Frl 4:M
A. M -Ex. Sun and 2:16 P II.?Mod., Wed.
and l-'rl ?Lucal to West Point
TRAINS AltRlf E RICH MOND.
From the Houth: (:S0 ?. A* 1:06 P. SJ.
tally, 6.40 A. it. EX But..; l3:S* Ex. Run..
1:0b P. SI. dxlly. Frrtn Wtit Point: t:St a
H. Dc.ly; 1.':? A. U Wed. and Frl ; 4.? P.
SI. '.x. suu.
8. 9. BURGESS. D. P. A..
RC ci Slam SI Thon? Medlann US.
RicMonu.Fre??ricisii'g & Potoiac R.R.
TO AND FROM WASHINGTON AND BEYOND,
Leave Illchmonrl I Arrlvo Hlchmond
?5.3 1 A.51. HjrJ M.-n.
? ?. 4 ? A. 31. Main St. Sta.
?B.fn A.M. Drr< Si. Sin
?7Ji0A.xl.SIiln.St.Sls.
?8.40 A.M. Drrd E'. ?<!?.
? Ii.01 noon II; rd Si. Sta.
t4.0n P.M. Hjrd Kl. Sta.
P.M. tlbx Station.
?I5.1S P.M. MalnM. Ma.
*8.iOP.M. Bird St. Sla.
?7.iO A.M. ?jrdSt.su.
(II.ZA A.M. Elba KutlOB
tit .US A.M. Bird si.six
M.1S P.M. MaloKt.HU.
?i.t.-> P.M. It; rd St. Sta
?7.MS P.M. RjrdSt.RU.
?O.IO P.M. RirdSl.Hta.
?11.40 P.M. MsloKt.SU.
?11.U.S P.M. MaloSt.SU.
?ItLSOnicbt n j rd st.su
ACCOMMODATION TRAINS - WEEKDAYS.
I.eSTO Rrrtl St. Sla. I Ml V. M. for FrederlrS.linr?.
I.ea re Elba Sta. IM A.M., ?!.:>.(. P.M. for AsUUnl.
Arrlre nrrd St. Stn.s.lr; A.M. from Frederlrk?b'g.
Arrlft Lids Sto. r,.n i A.)l..'.-'.0 P.M.from Asblina.
'Daily. 1 Weekdays. {Sundays only.
All trslni to or from Bytd Street Station I
fexcept t'.slni lenving 5.30 a. m, and arrlvlne
13.50 niet-tl ?t i" ??' f 'bo. Time of orrlvsls and |
0EAItU,II4L? AIR I i ML.
Southbound trains scheduled 10 leave Rich?
mond da.lly: 9sl0 A. SI ? Local to Norllna
1.20 P. M.? Sleepers and roaches, Atlanta, I
Uirmingtiam. Savannah. Jacksonville and j
Florida points 1:50 P. St.?Sleepers aud
coaches. .- > ? an.,-11. Jacksonville and Florida |
points 11:13 P. SI.?Sleepers and coaches, At?
lanta. Birmingham. Memphis and the Soutti
wesl. Northbound trains scheduled to arrive
In Richmond dally: 6:12 A, St.. 7:33 A. St.
t.uS " M.. u 4u p. Sf.
Richmond & Petersburg Electric Kailwa
Cars ice.e Maacbesier. Sevenib aod Perrj
Mreeis, for 1'etersburg:
?6, 7. S, 10. 11. *U A. M.. L 2, ?!, 4, S.
??5:45, ??. 7, 6, ??, 10 P. 3L
11:1*0 P. M. (or Chester. 12:00 midnight for
Petersburg.
Csra leave Petersburg, foot ?f Sycamore
Sneei, lor Mancheitor:
ISili. 6:3o. "7-.IS, -7:S6. ?:3S. 9:35. ?10:35. U:SS
A. M.. 13:15. -1:35. 2:15. S:S5. *4:35. S:St, ?:?S.
?7:35. S.35. M. '10:40. 11 .40 P. Si.
t Daily except Sunday and holldaya
?Carrie- u...vage snd express.
'?Limited, ex-ept Sundays and h-ilidaya.
AH cars from Peters /urj rnoneri with
can fur I'.lcnmond.
NORFOLK SOUTHERN
Lt. Norlola: '6:45 and -il A. U , '? P. it,
tor Eastern Ustoiiris and the South.
t,v. Raielgn. '4:15 A. M.. is sbd "J.li P. SL.
(or Easiui., Carolina and Nsrfollt.
Pu'Imao Sleeping Cars between Norfolk,
Raleigh: also Goldsboro and Norfolk.
?Da:' * Ex. Sun.
C. D. L.E45RANDE, Q. A.. American Nattona
Uank. 'Phone M?nrue 1621, Rlcbmond.
w. w. CltnVTON. G. -o r.-orfolk. Va.
RICHMOND AND CITESAi'EAKB BAY
HALLWAY COMJ'.-INY.
Scbedu:? of electric trains to and from
Ashland stopping at Intermediate stations
upon signal: Lt. Richmond (llroad and
Laurel Sts.). ??:?. ?7:10. S:10b. 9:10. "19:19.
?110 A M-: 1:19, ?:19. 2:10. 4:10b. 6:10. 4:14.
7-10 6:100, 10:10, 11:46 P. St. Lv. Ashland.
?6 6? 7b, I, 9b, 10. "11 A. U ?13 St. "I.
J. S.' 4, 6t). 4, 7. 8. Sb. 11 P. St
?Dally except Sunday "Suodui or.lj.
M-?r.'?? 1 , k-s-aue
The Confederate Museum
TWELFTH AND CI.AY STREETS.
OPEN 0 A. M. TO 5 P. M.
We pay three per rent, com?
pound interest on all savings ac
counts.
I Manchester National Bank
National Bank ol Virginia
Capital, - $1,200,000
Surplus, - $ 600,000
Accounts solicited
Ninth and Main Streets
St?rt a savings account with us.
j We pay 3 Per Cent. Compound
J Interest.
; Commonwealth Bank
i
E. A. BARBER, JR.
Certified Public Aecouataot.
E. A. BARBER & CO.
j ACCOUNTING, AUDITINO,
ORGANIZING, SYSTEMATIZING,
210 Mutual BoUdln*.
j Phon? Marl. BUHL Itlcfatnond. Va.
Chesapeake & Ohio Railway
,:?? A.?Local?Dally?Newport New*.
1S:30 A.?Local.?Dally ? Cb'vllte. Ex. Bun.
Thur'nond.
f?:00 A.?Express?Daily1?Norfolk. Old Pr.Vat.
110.00 A.?Local-ejjally?L:l)bg, Lex. C Fare*.
?J.oo p.?Express? Dally? ein.-L'villa.
M.Oo P.?express?Dally?Norfolk. N. News
*:0O P?Local?Dally?N. New?. Old Point.
l:U P.?Local?tlx. Bund?)? Oordonsvllle.
?S.li P.?Local ?Ex. Sunday?Lchbg. Natural
Bridge, Clifton I ...-??
?t.U P.?Limited ?Dally?Cincinnati. Chicago.
?11:00 P. ?Express?Dally?Cincinnati. L'vlll?.
?tilstpera. IParlor cars.
TRAINS AltniVE RICHMOND?Local from
East: A. M . 1.10 P. M. Through from
East: 11:20 A. M. tr P. at,
Loral from West: '?S-.ZO A. M f?:f,o A. M.
and 7:15 P. M. Through: 7:00 A. M.. 2.<i
P. M.
Jamea River Line: "S:SJ A. m . 6:16 p. m
??Dally except SUDCas.
?teambratf.
Baltimore Steam Packet Co
Equipped with wireless telegraphy.
I TO BALTIMORE AND THE NORTH Via
NORFOLK AND OLD POINT.
Leave Richmond Dally, including Sunday, vis
N & W. Ry. 3.00 P. M . Norfolk t:K P. M.
C & O. Ry. l:t*l P. M.. Old Point 7.JO P. M
O. D. S. S. C?, 7:00 P. M- (one day lb Nor?
folk).
Va. Nav. Co. t:>0 A. M. (Monday. Wednes?
day and Friday).
Tickets at all offices. For staterooms ap?
ply to IL U. BOYK1N, Agent, t.O Eaat Mala
? treat
OLD DOMINION LINE
Lv. Richmond foot of Aab bL dally.7:00 P. Id.
Leu\s ;., ;.;-,tt New*.6:00 A. at.
Arrive Norfolk.SiOO A_ at.
Connect* wltb main line steamers leaving
Norfolk for New York dally except Sunday
7:(/> P. 11 Connections *l?o made by N. 4
W. Ry. ? P- M. and C a O. Ry. at I P. 3d,
Mint Line steamers atop at Clareinout i?
land or receive passengers on signal, and
will be met by public conveyance.
T/?tUlNlA NAVIGATION CO.-Jumes RJver
bj daylight for Norfolk. Old Point. New?
port ,ie? and all Jame* River landings.
6t lamer leave* Monday, Wednesday and
Friday at 6:30 V. Si Freight received (or all
Jamea River landings. 'Phone Madlaon 171
Main Ticket Office, an B. H?a ?troea.
BERMUDA
The Sowar garden In Americas front yard,
with Its wonderful oleanders, lilies and
pilm*. Its coral streets and houses and Its
quaint, picturesque selling. Splendid ocean
bathing, superb drives nnd new scene*.
Tropical in Ms grandeur, yet cooler than at
home
THE ID HAL VACATION TRIP.
"ASK MR. BOWMAN" For Booklets
Tours Inc. lintels. Shore Excursions, Low?
est Rate*.
Twin Screw 8. 8. "nrrmudlun,*' 5630 tone,
sails September Sth, 20th. 30th; October Uth
and tlat.
Bilge keels: electric fans: wireless tele?
graphy.
Fasted, newed and only Steamer landing
pir,senger3 at the dock In Bermuda.
For Illustrated pamphlets apply to A. E.
'?! TERBHIDC.E CO.. Agents, Quober S.
C< . Ltd.. :n n-oa.t-.v:i>. Net-- York, rr
?..?.,. ? _...t .- r- ?
Ltd., Quebec. SAMUEL H. BOWMAN. TOS
East Street.
Merchants and Miners TransprotaiionCo
Norfolk to Hosten, Ma**., and
Providence, n. L
Steamers leave Norfolk for Boston, Bun.
Tues and Frl.; for Providence, Mon., Wed
and Sat. at 7 P. M. Passengers and frelgbi
taken for all -?ew England point- Ticket*
on aale at office C. & O. By.. U. at W. Ry..
B. H Bowman, 203 East Main, and Richmond
Transfer Co.. *V> East Main.
Triple Screw
15.324
Tons
LYMPI
PrtaeU ? La Carle Beitaoraal
Sails
December 9
December 30
Twakte. am< Sleeesie Beth*. Svlmealas Pool. Feu Uleveton. Qnaeulam.Verenaeh CaJe. Pale? Otmak
The Moit Up-to-Date rice, hecond and Third Cla?? Pa??enger Accommodation*
Alao Weekly Sal line, by Twfa S er err Steamxhlpa of
White Star Line
*. Y.?Plrm??iiB ?Cberbenrg?Soatkampleti
New York -Qaeenalew??Lhrtraoel
Beetea?Oaeenelewrn?Liverpeel
Km York and ?eeion
Tthe Mediterranean
. . - ? ? . - . Azorr.a, Muderla, Gllbraltar, Algier
^^.?Jw^irZz^f?zr I d'i,,ne.,rnnche-oeno*-Nopi"- +xtia*
?woe, ? nm*Junm*rW* Yowt, or locao, Ataa?,
American Line
H. Y,?Ptyweeta?Chrrheare &?ulh?mjlen
n?tmtftta?<>?e?nrlown-Urtr?eel
AtlanUc Transport Line
Hew Yark?Landea Direct
Red Star line

xml | txt