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New York
Stock Market
New Tork. N. V.. October 6.?The re?
actionary tendency which tins appeared
in tho .stock market this wo k received
?uddcd Impetus to-day from President
Pali's utterances In Idaho concerning
tho policy of the administration toward
corporations. The Thief Executive's
declaration tluu prosecution of unlaw?
ful combinations must uo on. and that
the administration would not seek to
avoid the responsibilities which the
law clearly Imposed upon it, while in
Its essence n reiteration of his well
known views was followed by a vigor?
ous assault Upon the market. Tho Presi?
dent's remarks deploring demagogic
attacks upon corporation Interests and
asserting his Inti utlon to stand by the
railroads, so long as they obeyed the
laws and kept out Of politics, went un?
heeded, it was contended that tho
speech would create renewed uneasj-j
ness. and that it demonstrated con-!
t'luslvcly thai no change In tho policy
? ?I the administration was to be ex?
pected. The market sold off and was
licovj through the remainder of tho.
, tiny. , I
Soiling finite naturally converged In
United states Steel, owing to the recent
violent movements of this stock, und
the uncertainty as to whether the gov-'
ernmeni contemplated the niing of a
Stilt for dissolution of the Steel Cor- ,
jioratlon. Tin- stock giivo way before
the attack, and ended tho day nearly .
two points below the previous day's,
close.
Trading was slow throughout the
day. The demand was limited, and the
market offered little resistance to pies- ?
sure. Whenever symptoms oi pro-1
bounced weakness appeared, however,,
support was given effectively, and bear,
traders did not venture to attempt
large operations. t
Restoration of Unkled Slates i:ubt>cr(
common to the dividend-paying list,
had only a temporary effect on tho]
market for thai stock, the action of
tlie' directors having been discounted
well in advance. Expectations-of a
dividend upon American bought sugar;
were not met. but in spite of that fact
the stock was exceptionally active, and;
closed with a small gain. Increasing
indications of un earnest light against
the dissolution plan of the American
Tobacco Company and Indictments "r
officials of the so-called Wall Paper!
Trust contributed to the market's tin?
s'11 lenient. There was heavy buying
. el LohdOn remittance*, and the foreign
exchange market ruled strong through- '
out the day. No further gold exports]
were announced, but the banks still
found abundant opportunity 10 employ
t heir funds advantngeously abroad,
rates at London and Berlin still ruling
Above those at this centre. The effect
or recent gold exports will be reflected
In tin- week's bank statement! which
is expected to reveal n considerable
loss In cash.
The bond market was firm. American
Tobacco Issues were heavy mi account .
of the opposition to the foreign plan.
Some Important advances were made In
Jesp active bonds. Total sales, par
Value, j2.SRO,000.
I'nltCfi States 3's advanced 1-S on
call.
Total sales for the day. IT, 0.1 00
shares.
New York. October 6.?Money on cull'
?Steady, 2jtl2 1-2: ruling rate. 2; closing
bid, 2 1-4: Offered at 2 3-R. Time loans
easier; . sixty days, [email protected] 1-4: ninety
days. 3 l-2Stn .1-4; six months, 3 3-401
4. Prime mercantile paper. 4 3-4 per
eent. Sterling exchange firm, with
actual business In bankers' bills at
S4.F2!>n for sixty-day bills, and at!
$4.8620 for demand. Commercial bills.
$4.83 1-4 Bar sliver, f.2 1-2. Mexican
dollars, 45.
RICHMOND STO*riV MA PK KT.
By Ub-hord W. Maury,
pt.-.rk und Bend Rroker. 1e>ir, K. Main Street.
Richmond, V?., October II, 1911.
SA1.KS AT 130AHI>.
V irginia CenturJea?l.OOO at ff.??.
STA.TE SEC?R1TIB-8. Bid. Aajted.
Virginia .1?. Old. C and R.. IWS.i ?'i
Vs. Centurlea. ?.??3. C. and n.. W9L. "7?, M ;
CITY SECURITIES.
lliehmenrl City 4n, !'... IWo-IMO. l??
Rich, City 1?, C. and IMS. I'S i
RAILROAD nO.NDS.
A. C. L. R. C. Hon. Tr. 4 p. c.... 9". ... |
fj. an<*. <)? 'ler.'l SI., 4V..s. 194:.. 100
Ueorgia, Sou. and Via., 194!. 10?
Georgia and Ala. Ton. f.a. 1945. 105 ... ,
Sur. and VVcat. Ity. *s. IJJS. 9* ...
Seaboard Adjustment f.a, 1919. 7?
(Southern Railway 1st Oh. lt*>4. 10C i
Pe.; R, Dev and G. M. 4?, 1956. 7?
Western N. U. 1st Ss, tl., 1014.104
STREET HAU.WAY BONDS.
Nor. and Ports. Trac. Co. f.s, 1?K.. S7
STREET 11Y. STOCKS. Par.
Va, Ry. and Power Co. pfd.,.,100 77 7S
Va, Ry. and Power Co. com_100 ,19 il
Va. Ry. and Power Co. com.;..100 40 41
RAILROAD STOCKS. I'ar.
'Atlantic Coo*!'" Lino, com.lu) 131
('hesapehloe. ajwl . ofi'lo.100 71
Norfolk and Western com.100 101
It.. P, and P. Dlv. Obllg.100 ... 270
Southern Railway pfd.iej C6 ' ...
Southern Railway com.10 'Ji
BANK AND TRUST CO. STOCKS.
American National .1(0 ISO
llroad Street. 25 6:'
Ji.iuk of Commerce and Trums.100 140
Klrst National.100 325 33S
Merchants National.iK> 7(0
National Hank of Virginia.lo> -jni
National Stale and City Bank..100 1S7
Planters National.10? 77K)
m\tnps Bnnlt <>f Richmond.... 7J
j liilon Hank of Richmond.?0 300
-Virginia Trust Company.;.100 l'.o 1S1H
; INSURANCE COMTPANIBS.
* Virginia Piro nnrl Marine. as cm
Qliotal ns
Pt o price to
lnrome bondi
r,r>? are flat.
Interest-paying bonds are
eh Interest must be added,
il certificate* of Indebted
BOND LIST
Allls-fhnlmera
Anieric.in Telia.
?m'erleah 'fobs.
Seaboard Air Line
Southern Hell Tel.
fCt^nuthein Railway
'' Foutharn Rai w?j
Vnltcd Statt? sin
R Va .-Brown Eros.
Va..Car. Chem is.
- Wabaali deb. 4a...
Wabash-Pltta. 1st
?i
COTTON MIRK1
New York. October 6.?Th
?<i:!ng In the cotton mark)
.' nnd another set of new |o
a rslabllfh-d with a close a
^ the ioire.at.on covering, bu'
at a net loss of from Hfffl
opening was eajty at .'? ri'
points, and active posit;.,-!
from *9i; points under the
Ifeaterday, owing to lo?
lftJH
t-f.'i
lO'.H
loiy.
4i"i
barely steady
point-. The
line of So 10
quickly sold
i'loslriK figure n
.?-??? cables, r..pnris
that the south wns offering spot cotton
more freely to Liverpool and the favorable
Showing ..any of the weather map The
forecast f..r colder weather stimulated' some
roie-.IU; >,y ?)If,r;? cn(J ? iitt,. buying for
" r?a--t:on, in which prices rallleTi f, or ?
pools from .the lowest durim; i',,. middle
pi 'i . morning, hut there seemed to t?- lit?
tle apprehension of frost. The .South was h
[beavj seller here on easier spot markets
?no nrii is soon weakened inraln. it looked
?SI r.r,.nt t,?.er, f?r ? ,,.?,;:,,? ,VlMt.
nnic.., .1 j :??,,< ;?i:infc. ,y,, t( n(.:iln
t>n tre- nr<n-K which uncover.-.! stoi. orrlers.
open AN account with
The Union ?ank
of/Kichmond
1107 kast wain sire vi
n.oo MAvrr:s a otart. a
CENT. .interest
PER
Official Range and Sale of Stocks in New York
Sales. Stock.
m
2f<J
9.900
W.100
325
2.500
1.050
200
1..VW)
200
1.700
HO
.'.(" ?1
?.K>;i
.w
3.200
k?>
S, ll"
loo
XV)
111
1.700
i?w
ir.o
3.SO0
2?o
100
ooo
Allls-Chnlmera .
Alllu'-Chulmofi) pfd.
Amalgamated Copper ...
Amcr. Agri. ehem., com.
Amor, beet sugar, com..
Araor'ca'n Cast .
American Can, pfd.
Amor. Car and Foundry.
Amor. Car and l-'oun.. pfd
American C"tton OH.
Amerlcn Unseed oil.
American Locomotive ...
Ainer. Locomotive, pfd...
Atner. Malt Co.. I'fd.
Ahierlcan Smelting .
American Sugar .
Amcr. Tel. and Tel. Co...
American Tobacco, com.
American Tobacco, pfd..
Anaconda Copper, x VJ-fc
Atchlaon .
Atlantic Ooasr. Line.
A. C. L. of Connecticut..
Baltimore and Ohio.
Brooklyn Rapid Transit.
Central Leather, com ?
Canadian Pacific .
Cheshnjcake and Ohio_
Chicago Great Western.
Chi., Mil. and St. Paul...
Crucible Steel Cor., com.
Crucible Steel, pffi.
Chicago and Northwest.
Colorado Fuel and Iron.
Colorado and Southern..
Consolidated Gas .
Delaware and Hudson...
Den. and Bio Clrnn.. com.
Don. and Rio Gran., pfd.
Distillers' Sec. Cor.
I2rlc .
Krlo. 1st pfd.
I-Vd. Mln. and f-Tn.. pfd..
General Electric _.
Great Northern, pfd.
Great Northern Ore ctfs
Illinois Central .
Interboro-Mot.
By THOMAS BRANCH &
Open. High. Low. Bid. Asked.
Closing.
5% 6% 6 7
16?, 16?,
CO., Bankers and Brolcara.
Sales. Stock.
Open. High. Low.
5%
63%
8314
ist
104%
120%
230
9.V.
74%
a%
71 %
18%
106 V
10?,
70"
142
17
3114
149%
123%
47%
136?
18%
,vii .
M%
84
is%
35%
63% 64%
? 34%
408
96%
106%
122%
220
sou
74*,
-1V4
227
n%
t?%
107?;
104
76%
14214
47
137% 138%
31%
30**
4P'*
149%
128
47%
49
83%
43
16
49%
48
61% t*>%
SS
m%
337
95?.
104?,
120%
?an
96%
74
21%
226?,
71*4
18%
106%
10%
76%
142.
27
47
1371;
81%
30?, ?
143%
123%
14?
53% 64
9% 9T4
83% 84
47?* 47 Tt
113 116
49?i 60?.
K% 9
34*. 35%
III'., 115%
41 42%
62?, 62 Ti
116% UK
133% 133?,
40C 408
9SM 96%
31% 31%
104% 104%
122% va
230 235
96% 95%
74 74%
21 21^,
226% 22614
71% 71%
18% 19
106% 100%
10% 11
7.-. 76%
111?: H2%
20 27%
46% 47?.
un% uis
160 103
21% 22%
46?! 46*i
3i :n%
30 301,1
49%
62?:
148%
49%
49
148
123% 124%
47 47%
136 137
14% 14%
1,860 Interboro-Met, pfd. 48%
Int. Mer. Marine, com... ...
100 International Paper ? ?%
Int. Paper, pfd....
700 Kan. City South., oom.. 28%
3.800 Lehigh Valley .y.;"',lSfvP
900 Louisville and Naahvllle 14114
Manhattan . ??
1,200 Mo.. Kaii. and Texas.... 2S%
Mo., Kan. and Tax., pfd. ...
1,800 Missouri Pacific . 38
300 Nntlcnal Lead .,. 46
420 New York Central.104%
ion N. 1'.. Ont. and Western 3S%
G00 Norfolk and Western... 103
C.400 Northern Pacific . 116%
V.? Paclllc Mall . aj%
3.143 Pennsylvania . J*J%
330 People's Gas . 104V*
Plttshurg Coal, com...
110 Pressed Steol Cor. 29
? 100 Pressed Stool Car. pfd.. 95?,
100 By. Steel Spring, com... 27?i
10n.,-i00 Holding . 131**
200 Republic Iron and Steel 22%
Republic 1. and S-, pfd.
800 Rock Island. -A
200 Rock Island, pfd. 46%
Sloss-Bhofflold . ???
2.300 Southern Pacific . N17^*
1,400 Southern Railway . 26??
400 Southern Railway, pfd. 66
Btnndnrd OH .??
100 Tonneasoo Copper . 33?,
Texas Paclllc .
07.900 Union Pacific .
12,200 United States Rubber... 4u
1M.900 United States Steol...... 6"
1.11? Unltd States Steel, pfd leoy,
300 Vn.-Car. Chemical . 4S?,
Va.-Car. Chemical, pfd.
Va. Ry. and Powor, com ...
Va. Rv. and lower, pfd. ...
100 Wahiish . 11 Vj
400 Wnl)?sh. pfd. 53
1,700 Western Union . 79%
Total snlcs for day. 461.800 ahares.
Total sales for week" (five days). 2.040.200
2?
169
142%
29
35%
46%
104%
38%
103
116
31%
121%
104%
29
95?,
37%
139%
22%
24
45%
107%
26%
?6
a**
160%
45%
C0%
ll*%
48%
11%
23%
81
?%
'is%
157%
14114
28%
37%
48
104%
38%
102
IHH
80%
121
104%
...?
29
95%
27%
137%
23%
23?*
46%
106%
26%
66
'33%
159
44%
68%
109
11%
23
79%
Bid. Asked.
Closing.
45 *%
8% 4
9% 10
46 46%
28% 29%
1674t 168
141% 142%,
132 186
38% 20
64% 66ui
37% 8714
45 46
104V* 104%
Si 38%
102% 103%
114% 115%
30 30%
121 121%
104% 105
17 17%
29 30
I
anil before the decline wns checked October |
contracts had sold at 9.64, December nt P so
and January ,u with the ironcriil list.
Showing n net Ion? of from 194$ 23 points. ?
Covering for over the week-end became
quite .olive around t hose figures and prices'
rnll .-I slightly, but held no Improvement
of consequence, ns the close was only 4
points hp from the lowest on active pnsl- [
lions. There was" some buying by spot peo?
ple during the day, but spot houses were !
duo Rollers, anil it seemed that nearly all t
the wires und commission houses with';
Southern connections were sellers nt one |
lime or ahothei on the decline, lyocnl spot
people claimed that the South has been j
hedging or sc'.llnc natilnst excess receipt?
more extensively this season than for years
past, nnd nlso say that the demand from
millers Is confined to small lots a* a rule. !
The weekly into-sljrht figures proved rather |
ander expectations, but exceeded Inst year's
by nbonl H.IOn bales, and evidently exerted
Dn bullish Influence In the late trsdlng.
Receipt! of Mfn to-day 6"..r,s.1 sales i
attains! ss.ar, bales last week nnd 60.01; last
year. To-.lay's receipts nt Now Orleans 6.074 i
biles attains! !,')K bales Inst year, und at
Houston IG,549 tiles attains tis.613 last year., j
Cotton futures closed barely steady:
Open. Hieb. Low. Close,
January. 9.7."> 9.79 a.a3 9.C7 '
February . a."." a.TS 9.7*'
March . 9W 9.91 9.74 9.79 J
April . 9.75!
May .1000 10.03 9.S8 9.9: j
June . 9.9?
July .10.07 10.10 9.97 j
September .9.4? . 9.r.r, I
October . 9.75 9.7S 9.62 9.6? j
November . 9.*'
December . 9.90 9.'.ct ?.vo 9.>3
Spot cotton closed quiet. l"i points lower:
middling uplands. ?.9J; mbldlliiK gulf. 1? 10;
subs. A00 bales.
Cotton, quiet: middling. 9.93; gross receipt?
262 bales: sales, f.0n bales; stock, S6,S>3 bales;
export to Oreal ltrltaln. I.B2J hales.
Total to-day at all ports-Net receipts. I
65.663 bales; export in Creat Hrltaln. 69.341 |
bales; to the Continent, 14.399 bales; stock.
r.-'O.ns tmles.
Consolidated at all ports?Net receipts.
417.7:9 hales; export to Creat ltrltaln. 228,024 j
bales; lo France. 44,593 bales; to the Conti?
nent, 161.395 hales; to Japan, bales', to |
Mexico, v.nn bales.
Total since September 1 at all ports?Net
receipts, l,6IS,S9fi tmles; expert to Great!
Britain; 659.831 bales; to France. 169,199,bales;
to the Continent, 4?.If* hnles; to Japan. 7,65$ |
bales; to Mexico, G.V) bales.
New York. La., October 6.? Cotton futures
opened barely steady at a decline of 54>H
points In response to the break In the Liv?
erpool market. The close was steady at a
net decline of T'iVT points. Spot cotton
quiet. UjC. off. uilddllni:. 9T4c.; sales on tho I
spot 40" bub's; to arrive. 1.IU0 bales; re?
ceipts. r,,pir. hales; Mock. 61.006 bales. Clos?
ing bids- October, 9.74; November, 9.70: De?
cember, 9.70; January. 9.74; March. 9.88; May,
lu.o:: July. 10.lr.
New Vork. October 6.?Weekly Cotton Re
; view.- Cotton has declined, owing to a fov-|
[orable crop. Weather and ginning reports,
togwtcr wltii heavy re-elpt? and largo sell-]
Ing, The South has been a persistent nnd
liberal seller on hedges This Is explained
I by the dullness of the markets for actual
cotton at the South. On the basis of the
'crop r<s'';'t of ta.st Monday many estimate
:),,? nop at from 14.7iV.uOO hales to 14.000.000 |
holes, thought others put It under 14,000,0?;
bales, There Is a very prevalent bellet lu re j
that the crop Is one of the largest. If not
the largest, ever raised. It Is nl*(1 one of
the earliest In point of development, with
I the ginning up to September reaching the
I unprecedented total 01 3,643,000 bales as
lagalnst the previous high record In lies of
2,690,639 bales, bears have been greatly on
? cotiraged. They have also been Inspired by
i the fact that the condition of 71.1 on Sep
t. mo, r 25 was the highest made, since 1!??!,
j and was about 4t?\ tier cent, better than
! the ten-year average. The operations on th?
short side by Wall Street and some South?
ern operators for the decline have been on
a large scab.
Although within a week the Wall Street
aind the Waldorf Interests, according to. the
common understanding, covered some 300,
- and w,.r,. at one time holding aloof
awaiting a rally In order to sell attain, they
seemed to hive become Impatient oh Thurs?
day at the failure of the market to move up
oil frost predictions, and they were under?
stood to have then sold about 109,009 bales
short.
? Yarns In Philadelphia have been weaker.
and although other cotton goods have been
I In rather bettor demand the condition of
the textile trades In this country Is still
; said to be more or loss linsatlfaetory. Yet
i jit times there have been some apprebon
! aloha of frost In tho Southwest.
Liverpool spot soles have been from 12.000
j to ll.Osj bale* It day; India and tho contl
i nent have been largo buyers of futures In
Liverpool, and Lancashire's trade has been
so brisk that tome aro predicting a boom
.;. the niar future. Jobbers' stocks of goods
In this country are believed to be very
light. One of tho largest cotton manufac?
turing corporations at Pall River, compris?
ing seven mills, will resume work on the
9th Instant. Not n few believe that If prices
decline much further the spinners of the
world will purchase for beyond the. require?
ment? tor consumption. Meantime prices
for raw cotton are about 4o n pound or %>0
a bait lower than at this time last year, a
fact which not a few contend vnr> largely
Isi aunts whatever bearish factors there
tony bo In the situation. Of late. too. the
spot markets of the South have shown some
Strength, aid the exports have been large
Prices here have shown still further de.
cltnei or, heavy hedge selling i>v the south
and selling by prominent Wall Street and
Waldorf operators.
LOCAL MARK kt QCOTATION/j.
j <Furnished by Levy Commission Co.. fom
j uiltslon Merchants, Kl.hinond, Va.
Itlchmond. Va.. October 6. 1911.
\t rr.w. wiiolksalk to or a i ions of
.MA UK KT.
LTVH I'OtJLTR f.
Chickens, rhMoe, small, lb.... ft 1|
! ''h'.ekens. choice, medium, lb. IS \t u
IChlckeM, large, lb. 16
He.llS, lb. 0 JjO,
! Roosters, e?? b. 30 ^
I Ducks, large, young, lb. 14 r?
j Ducks, small, young, lb. ij/> j;u
Duck?, smsll, old. lb. y. ??.
ROOS-rCrated,
I In crates, nearby, fresh, dos,. K 0 *3
[In crates, other sections, dor... 23 4y
] Guinea egg?, dox.;. w ,?
BUTTKR
Family, choice. Irish, lb. lg a "0
"-rcbants fair lb. ? Jj
L1VK 8TOCK.
V'a > choice, to fancy, lb. A 71,
Veals, poor 10 fair, lb. <V47? 7
I l?l res, runners, ir. a (* lu
Sheep, lb. to, 4
Lambs, spring, lb. ha ?
Cattle, fair to p.lrar, lb. 111
??"??? lh. vi? *
COUNTRY-CURED BACON
Hams, ?mall, ?eil .smoked, lb. (f 20
Harn?, large, well smoked, Ib. 16 9 11
Sides, well smoked, lb. 12 It 13
Shoulders, well smoked, lb- 12 <<f 13
DEER
While, lb. 3> IS
HIDES.
Dry flint, lb. 17 fj
Dry salt, lb. 16 9
Ureen, salt, lb. H%?
C.reen. lb. IO14O
?ireen. damuged, lb. S 4? 6
Tallow .v * tf
liecswax . 27 <j
WOOL.
Ilrlght. No. 1, tubwnshod. Ib.. 24 0 26
Bright, No. tubwashed. <& 2t
Ch., unwashed, free of burrs. 4P 21
i'li.. unwashed, lightly burry. 17 ?f> It
Ch., unwashed, medium burry <9 16
Ch., unwashed, heavy burry.. 12141* "
MISCELLANEOUS.
1 minus, dry. 100-lb. bog. 1.75 3> 2.6t
Potatoes?Irish No. 1,
bbl.. JVi bu. bag. 2.25 It 2.60
Apples, bbl. 2.23 9 3.00
Market CondltIons?All produce exceeding?
ly active.
NEW YORK PRODUCE MARKET.
New York. October 6.?Flour?Steady but
quiet. Rye Flour and Oornmeal?Steady. |
Rye and Harley-Qulct. Wheat?Quiet; No. |
'.' red. 9S'?c. elevator, export basis, and 99^ic. ,
f. o, b. afloat Options closed M4**ie. net |
lower. December, 81.02141 Mny. $10S^. Corn?:
Steady: No. 2, 76*40, elevator, domestic |
basis, to arrive, and 76'Jc. f. o. 1). afloat, ex- 1
port basis. Futures nominal. Oats?Steady,
ruturcs nominal.
Turk. Reef and Lard?Steady. Tallow and
Petroleum?Steady. Rosin?Steady. Molasses'
Steady. Rice?Firm. Sugar?Raw, firm; re- I
fined, steady. Coffee?Futures closed steady, |
3 4? 10 points higher: Rio. No. 7. 1444014!4c; j
Santos. No. 4, 15ifH6>4c.: mild. Ann; Cor?
dova, I6I1 17V?e. nominal. Potatoes?Firm;
Maine, bag. $202.26; Iawk Island, barrel, I
12.60; State. 12.2302.60; Southern sweets, $1.75 1
d 2.25. Cabbages?Quiet and unchanged. Pea- J
nuts?Unchnnged. Freights 1 to Liverpool. j
steady; grain by steam. 2'.id.
The cottonseed oil market was firm for tho
near months an smaller offerlnga of crude at I
higher prices and a better export demand. I
but the late months were |icavy In sym?
pathy with the decline In cotton. The close
was 7 points net higher to 2 lower. Novem?
ber, December and January, 5.6395.55; Feb?
ruary. 5.56 fi> 5.65; prime crude, 4.3594.40:
prime summer yellow. 5.90; prime winter
yellow. 6.10; prime summer white. 6.901tt)I5.
CHICAGO GRAIN MAREf.T
Chicago, October 6.?Prospect of a huge
Increase In the visible supply to-day made
wheat sag as trading came to an end. The
close was HOUc. under lnst night. In corn
the outcome proved to be a net loss of ViW
J4c, and for onts a decline of a shade to
'.<-. Provisions wound up all the way from
IVfcc. lower to a rlso of 15c.
Leading futures to-dny ranged as follows:
Open. High. Low Close
WHEAT?
Doc. 9S.S4 9.1*4 n
Mny . 1.04?. 1.04H 1.03'j 1.03T4
July . 1.00?; l.no'i 1.00 i.oO'i
CORN?
I Dee, . e-,14 6514 (41, etK .
May . 6S?i c?H 66*? 65*4!
! 0 VT8?
Deo. 431,4 4?H ?7*4 47T4
May . 6.)*. C0*i C0\ Wi
[MESS PORK-Per bbl.
?Inn.16.16 15.82 W..15 15.20
, May .I6.10 152J 15.07 15.07
I LARD ?Per 100 lbs.
Ocl.?.?? S.92 8.35 8.65
Nov.S.95 S.S.'i Jt90 S90
.?.90 S.90 8.82 8.82
?'nn.8.90 S.9J 8.85 ?82
Mny . s.'X J.O0 8.90 S 92
I SHORT RIRS-Per 100 lbs.
Oet.S 30 R.30 US 8.27
?Tan.7.9.", 7.ff7 7.92 7 92
May . 8.05 8.07 8.09 sloO
Receipts?Wheat, 05.IOO bushels; corn, 167.
600 bushels; onts, S02.CO0 bushels. Shipments -
] \\ beat, DS.HXi bushels; corn. 714.000 bushels;
lo.its. ;68..loo bushels.
'"ash grnln closed: Wheat?N"o. 2 red. E7'4
'??!<7>io.; No. I red. M997y.c.: No. 2 hard,
fl.03Qil.O7l No. .1 hard. ?Lift.04; No. 1 north?
ern, fl.1091.12; Ne. 8 northern. $1.0991.10^;
No. " northern, tl.OS01.lOH: No. ; spring,
IL08?1.1OH; No. 3 spring. 81.02(91.10; No. 4
spring, 90)i 11.05; velvet chaff. 90<ftl.l0; du?
rum. 90981.04%, Corn -No. 3, 71(if71Hc- No
12 white. 72V4c; No. 2 yellow. 71',; 971%c.': No.
::. 70%?71c; No. s white. 7!\<?7"c.; No. S
yellow, 7Ui'if71?te.: No. 4. 704c.; No 4
white, 70'^';<71c.; No. 4 yellow, 70','-97O?ic
Onts?No. .'. I7'!i47c: No. I White, 4S04Stte.;
No. 3 White, 47>4 ?;/? 47?io : No. 4 white. 4*79
4714e.; standard. 67140480.
RICHMOND ORAIN MARKET.
Richmond, Va., October 0. 1911.
WHOLESALE QUOTATIONS ON 'CHANGE
WHEAT?Car lots.
i No. 2 red. Western. "ft $1.02
1 No. ? red, Vlrginl. ? LOO
! N'n 3 red. Q 98
VlraHrfa, bag lota. IS U 96
Virginia, but; lots (for s?e<l>. 1.00 ?J 1.02
CORN?Car lots.
No. 2 white. 1f 7?% I
No. 3 white. 77'4'W
No. 2 mixed. # 77Vi '
No. 3 mixed. t* 77
Virginia, bag- lots. 7? ig IS
OATS?Car lots.
No. 1 mixed. ? Uli, !
No. 3 mixed. S 61 ? ' <
No. 2 white. -if 62".
No. 3 -white). S'.VitU
Winter seed, bag lots. il {j 6
RYES?Car lots.
-. Q 1.?
N?. S. (f 1.0
Virginia, bng lots. 1.01 ?f 1.0
RICHMOND HAY MARKET
Richmond. Va., October 6. 1911.
The quotations are as follows:
No. 1 Timothy. 0 2J.M
No. 2 Timothy. O 22.6?
No. 3 Timothy. Nominal
Light Clover, mixed. ? 22.(4
No. 1 Clover, mixed. tf 21.60
No. 1 Clover. Nominal
No. 2 Clovsr. mixed. 11.00
No. i Clover. Nominal
STRAW?Compressed . 4> ?.09
Loose-pressed, large bslss.. 0 10.50
SHUCKS?Compressed . Nominal .
I.oose-pressed, large bales... Nominal
Load your cars so that hay at doors rep?
resents contents, and thus avoid rejections. j
This market grades hay In accordance
with the rulea of the National Hay Asse
elation.
CATTLE MARKETS.
RICHMOND DIVE STOCK MARKET.
(Sales at Union Stock Yards.)
Richmond, Va.. October ?, 1911.
Report of the live stock market for tho
week ending Octobor 2:
Receipts?Cattle, 330 head; calves, Ml head;
sheep, 473 head: hogs. 39S head.
But steers. 6% to Hie; medium to good.
4,,4 t? 6%c; common to fair 3% to 4. Best j
heifers. 4Vi to 6V*c; medium to good. 3*4 to i
414; common to fair. Ssi to 3?4c Best cowb.
144 to 4c; extra, higher; medium to good. 3
t? 344; common to fair. ? to 2>,te. Hulls. 3V4
to 4. CoJvcs, 6 to 7c. Cows and calves, %!&
to 160 per head. Ho*s, C44 to 7c. Sows and ;
stags, 4V4 to 5c. Best lambs, S% 10 614; j
common, i to 4%. Sheep. 2% to 3V4
ChlCBgo, III.. October 6.?Cattle?Receipts !
2.500 head. Market slow nnd weak. Uoeves. j
Jl.65ys.20: Texas steers. t4.154f6.O0: Western!
steers, t4.10i(j 6 60; stockers and feeders. 13.15
?10.55; cows and heifers. 12116.10; calves. 16
',|0.M). Hogs?Receipts 16,000 head Market:
Btrong for good hog; others slow. Light, 1
lS.10to'...76; mixed. I61T6.80; heavy. ?5.?if
6.SO; rough. |5.S54rt.l9j good to choice heavy,
J6.KVB0.S0: pigs, $4?6.10: bulk of sales. [email protected]
6.6S. Sh?4-p?Receipts 12.000 head. Market
strong. Native, ?2.50'3 4.15; Western. Htf
4.25: yearlings, $3.66?f4.16; lambs, native.
?4.2696.30; western. S4.M?6.3S.
MISCELLANEOUS MARKETS.
DRT GOODS.
New York. October 6.?The cotton goods
markets are steady and the demand Is
broadening. Stapln prints and brown cot?
tons nre being ordered tn larger quantities.
The local wool markets have shown more
breadth In the past few days. Yarns are In
steadier request.
NAVAL STORES.
Wilmington. N. C. October ?.?Spirits Tur?
pentine?steady at 4SUc.; receipts SS casks.
Kosln? Steady at IS.S6: receipts ?5 barrels.
Tar?Firm ut 11.80: rcceijits 2 barrels. Crude
Turpentine?Firm at tfo 4.60; receipts 37
barrels.
Savannah. Os., October 6.?Turpentine ?
Firm at 49c: sales JS3 casks; shipments 7,933
oastu; stock 3'.,?!? casks. Rosin?Firm:
sales 1.8SS barrels; receipts 2.12? barrels;
shipments 6,646 barrels; stock 73.684 barrels.
Quote: B, ?6.30.
MARINE INTELLIGENCE.
PORT OF RICHMOND, OCTOBETl 6, 1911.
ARRIVED.
Steamer Berkeley. Shelly. Norfolk, mer?
chandise and piussengers. Old Dominion Line.
Stenjner Aurora, Furman, NorfoUk and
.Tames River landings, merchandise and pas?
sengers, mrraan Line.
Barge nenefactor. Fisher, Norfolk, light.
SAILED.
Steamer Berkeley. Shelly. Norfolk, mer?
chandise and passengers. Old Dominion Line.
Steamer Pocahnntas, Graves. Norfolk and
?Tames River landings, merchandise and
passengers. Virginia Navigation Company.
eteamer Aurora. Funmnn, NoirfoEk and
era's Enthusiasm
Behind this Company?we admit it. And we have
something to be enthusiastic about!
This is a coming business; it has merit behind
it, and you can ask any intelligent man you meet
(if he is at all posted about the matter) and he will
tell you that a strong. Trust Company makes a more
satisfactory Executor and Trustee than an individual.
Will the reader please remember our name?
Virginia Trust Co.
(The Ideal Executor and Trustee)
RICHMOND. VA.
Capital One Million Dollars
Fair
i Visitors
When you arrive next week,
mnke our store your headquar?
ters.
See our matohless pliuioB.
Send your matt In our care.
Walter D.
Moses & Co.
! 103 E. Broad St.
Oldest Music House in Virginia
and North Carolina.
James River landings, merchandise, and pas
I congers. Purman Line.
Barge Marie Hooper, Chlokahomlny Rlvor.
1 light.
Brndstrcet's Hevlen,
1 Mew York, N. Y.( October 6.?Brad
I streets to-morrow will say:
I Though a relatively liberal volume ot
j road sulos came out thta weok, tho
. probabilities are that trade as a wholo
I hau receded a little from lost weok. |
j This tendency Is perhaps duo to tho
tact that buyers, having covered their
] urgent requirements, have again bo-:
I come cautious about future commit-j
I ments. In other words, thuy seem to I
prefer to let demand catch up with
their stocks before again entering the,
mark eta.
However, the developments of tho
week show that stnplo articles con?
tinue In comparatively good demand.1
allowances being made for the fact
: that the losses have occurred In some
sections while gains have been mado
in others. As It Is, .satisfactory ordera,
are noted for most llnea of dry goods,
shoes, clothing, hardware. groceries
land kindred lines, though purchases of
cotton goods urn ibclng mnde along
conservative lines, primarily because
of the recessions In raw cotton prices.
Leather Is firmer, while hides are high?
er, and K?stern shoe manufacturers'
report encouraging orders from West-.
ern buyers, while Western trade In
the Intter has been helped by wet
weather.
Strikes of railway shopmen and
clerks In the West and South cloud
the Industrial situation, and hamper,
traffic In the sections affected, and re?
sult In some repair work being turned
I over to car building plants.
j Tn the Iron und steel line prospects
I appear to bo more cneour.'.glng. espe?
cially for railway buying or rails, and
I demand for finished goods holds up
well, while there Is more doing In plg;
: Iron, but at the. expense of prices. Col- !
lections remain about fair.
I Business failures for the week end-|
Ing October 5 for the United States;
'were 201, against 218 last week. 192 In
the like week of 1910. 203 In 1909, 2S6,
In 190R nnd 192 In 1907. |
Business fnllttres In Canada for the
Churd) ?otttu.
I PIl'k'sltVTK'r.I A v.
! PI I R S T PRESR YTBdll AN CinjRCH
I (Grace and Madison StreetsSpecial Sun
I day School exercises at 11 A. M. Preaching
! by Dr. F. T. McFADEN at S P. M.
SECOND PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
I Rev. RUSSKLL CECI1-, D. D.. pastor. Ser
I vices on Sunday at 11 A. M. and t P. M.
; Sunday School ai 9:? A. M. Wednesday
service 8 P. M.
THIRD PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.?
I Services colnducted by the pastor. Rev. R,
I H. EGOI.ESTON. at 11 A. M. and S P. M.
[Communion In tho morning. Evening sub?
ject. ? The Way Out of u Difficulty."
ORACH STREET I'RESH YTHRIAN.
Preachlng at 11 o'clork A. M. and S o'clock
I P. M. by Dr. D. CLAY LILLY. The doctor'a
morning subject will be "The Dominion of
I the Cross." nnd at night his subject will he
"The Posing of the Old nnd the Coming of
the New." Immediately after the morning ,
! service the communion service will be Ob- |
I served. At the. Wednesday evening service'
\ the doctor's subject will be "Christian |
j Brotherhood."
CHURCH OF THE CGVEN.IXT?REV, J. i
CALVIN STEWART. D. D.. pastor.?Preach-I
1 lng at 11 A. M and S P. it. by MR. JOHN j
I E. PURC.ELL. Midweek service Wednesday |
I evening at ft o'clock. Sabbath School at 9:30 i
I A. M. Men's Bible Class meets nt 10 A. M. '
! Seats free to all who will worship with us. 1
I WE K TIMIX B Tt B R PRESBYTERIAN |
! Churrh-nev. JAMES V. FAIR, D. D., p;|?- ;
I tor. Preaching 11 A. M. by the pastor, and
jut 8 P. M. by Rev. WALTER L. LINO LB. ;
D. D. Welcome.
BAPTIST. j
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH (BROAD AND I
Twelfth Streets*. -The pastor. Rev. OEO. W.
McDANIEL. D. D? will preach at 11 A. M.
and 8 P. M. Graded Sunday School, Baroca
and Phllaiheu Classes (A. W. Patterson.'
iSupt.). 9:30 A. M. The Wednesday evening]
j services at S:l? o'clock are especially Inter?
esting In the study of the minor prophets. I
I A welcome to all,
j SECOND BAPTIST CHURCH (FRANK
tin and Adams Streets)? LOUIS BACON
WARREN. D. D., pastor. Services 11 A. M.
and 8 P. M. Graded Sunday School at
9:80 A. M. Organized classes for men and
women. The pastor will preacTi at both ser?
vices. Morning subject, "More Like Jesus";
evening, "The Savorless Salt," commencing
a aeries on gems from the sermon on tho
mount. Choir selections: Morning?"whut
Aro These" (Stalnnr); duct. "My Faith
1/ooks tip to Thee" (Bassford) ; "Lead Us to
Thy Dear Cross" (Cosby). Evening?"O,
Pray for the Peace of Jrruaalem" (lCnox);
solo. "Angels Ever Bright and Fair" (Han?
del); "O, Paradise" (Uerwald). A cordial
Invitation to worship with us extended to
all.
GRACE STREET BAPTIST CHURCH
(Urace and Fousheo Streets>.?Preaching at
It A. M. and 8 P. M. by the Rev. WIL?
LIAM B. HATCHER, D. D. Sunday School
1 at 9:30 A. M. (Charlca Winston, Supt.).
1 Wednesday evening prayor-meetlng at 8
I o'clock. Tho public, especially strangers,
I are cordially Invited to worship wlih us
GROVE AVENUE BAPTIST CHURCH
I (Grov'e Avenue and Harrison Street).?Rev.
W. C. JAMBS, Th. D., pastor. Preaching
by the pastor at 11 A. M. and 3 P. M. Sun?
day School at 9:18 A M. (James B. Wood.
Supt.)) Wednesday evening prayer-mectlng
at 8 o'clock.
LEIGH STREET BAPTIST OHURCH
(corner Twonty-flfth and Leigh Streets).?
JOHN J. WICKER, pastor. Preaching 11 A.
M. and 8 P. M. Sunday School 9:30 A. M.
(C. O Alley, supt.). All welcome
THE SUNDAY-SCHOOL ASSOCIATION
of Richmond and Manchester will hold Its
monthly and quarterly meeting Sunday at
8:80 P. M. at second Baptist Ohuroh Instead
of as previous! ystuted.
CHRISTIAN.
SEVENTH STREET CHRISTIAN
Church?Preaching both morning and even?
ing by the pastor, Rov. H. D. C. MAC
L AO HI. AN. Subject at 11 A. M., "Ths
Higher Significance of Work." Evening ser?
vices at 8 P. M. Sunday School at 9:30 A. M
EPISCOPAL.
MONUMENTAL CHURCH (ERECTED ON
alte of Theatre burned 18U, Broad Street
bolow Twelfth). Srcvlces at 11 A. M. and
4 P. M. Seats free.
LUTHERAN.
FIRST BNOTLISH EVANGELICAL LUTHE
ran Church (corner Monument Avenue and
Lombardy Street).?Preaching both morning
and evening by the pastor. Rev. J. J.
SCHEUER, JR. Subject U A. M? 'The Best
Way to Advertise"; at 8 P. M? "Tho Dead
Young Man." Sunday School at 9:30 A. M. ?
Luther League at 7 P. M.
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE
REOUT^AR SERVICES OF FIR'SP
Church of Christ, Scientist, will bi held to?
morrow morning In church edifies (corner I
Psrk Avenue and Meadow Street) at H
o'clock. 8ubjecl, "Aro Sin, Disease and (
Death Real 7" Wednesday evening testi?
mony and experience mooting at 8:30. The
reading-rooms nre located at 307V4 North
Sixth Streot, and are open every week day
from 10 A- M. to S P. M. All are cordially
Invited.
UNITARIAN.
FIRST UNITARIAN CHURCH (FLOYD
Avenue nnd Harrison Streot).?Rev. ALEX?
ANDER T. BOWSER, minister. Subject for
October 8. "A Religious Dutjr?Thoughtful
I nese." Service* at U o'clock. All seats free.
week ending vrlth Ttrowaay number
twenty-one, compared -with twenty
Baven laat week and. twenty-eight tn|
the aame week laat year.
Cotton Statistic*.
Liverpool, October 6.?The following
aro the weekly cotton statistics:
Imports, all kinds, 48.000 bales, of
which wore American. 88.000.
Stook, all kinds, 244,000; American,
121.000. .
American forwarded. 64.000.
Total salea, all kinds, 71,000; Amor-j
lean. S2.000.
Knglish spinners' taklnga, 84.000.
Total exports. 5,000.
Quantity afloat, all kinds. 443,000;'
Amorloan, 428,000.
Total aaleo on speculation, 1,600
bales.
Total sales td exporters, 2.200. j
ORGANIZATION PKRFECTKD.
[Spoclal to The TlniCB-Dlspatch.]
Suffolk. Va., October 6.?Anticipating
the action of tho Nanscmond County
Democratic executive rommitteemen
In pulling away from Suffolk nnd form?
ing a separate Organization, the mem?
bers from Suffolk met Thursday und
organised by tho election of N. R.
Withers as chnlrmnn and I*. 1. Pruden,
secretary. Three of tho four county
districts already have Instructed Rep?
resentatives to cut loose from tho city.
The political affairs of .Suffolk and'
Nanaemond county had previously hern
run by a atngle committee for genera- .
tlons. ?
fflcM & Potomac LR j
TO AND FROM WASHINGTON AND BEYOND. j
Loave Hlobmond
?6.30 A.H. BrrdUt.SU.
?5.4i A.M. S?In B1.8U.
?6.COA.H. H;rt Kt.HU.
?7.30 A.M. Main St. NO.
?8.40 A.M. Bjrd St. bu.
?11.01 noon rirrA St. St?.
tl.OOr.M.Bjrd H1.8U.
M.16P.H. KlbaHtatlon.
h.iM'.n. b.Idkl hu.
?h.xOP.M. ByrdK?. SU.
Arrive Itlobmond
?7.60 A.M. Brr48t.HU.
,11.9.6 A.M. Elba 8l?tlo?.
'11.3? A.M. Byrd Hi.Sta.
?I.Ii I'.tl. Main St. His. 1
?J.46 P.M. BfrtHi.HU. ;
?7.26 P.M.BjrdHt.SU.
?0.10 P.M. Bjrd Kt.fiU.
?9.40 P.M. H?lu Kt.Hla.
11.06 P.M. MsloHt.HU.
H.MInUbt ByrlHtJita.
Leave Brrt st. SU. 1J10 P. H. for Fraterleasbnrs;.
Leave Klb? HU. 7.60 A. H., 0.30 P.M. for A.hlsnd
Arrlre lijrJ St. HU. 8.116 A.M. rram Kretrrleksb't.
Arrlte f.lba St*. M0 A.M.,6.30 P.M. frSW Ashlaci.
?Dally. fV/etkday?. 'Sundays oaly.
Atl truss to or from Byrd Street Station ,
(except trains leaving 5.30 a. m. aad arriving,
11 50 night) atop at Elba. Tim* of arrivals and j
depaetarsa not guaranteed. Read tha alga*. ,
Atlantic Coast Line
EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 8. 1911.
TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND DA I LT.
j For Florida and South: S:lt A. M. and |
7:J5 V. M.. 1:00 A. it. Charleston.
For Norfolk: 9:0) A. M., 3:00 P. M., 4:101
P. M.
For N. ft W. Ry. West: 4:16 A. m.. 10:00j
: A. m., 3:00 P. M>, 9:70 V. m.
For Petersburg: 1:00 A. M? 6:15 A M.ft|
8:15 A. m.. 9:00 A. M? 10 00 A. m , 3:00 p. If.,
,1:10 p. M? S:05 P. m . 7.? P. m., 9:70 p. M.. j
u:4S p. m.
? For Goldabor0 and Fayettevtlle: ?4:10 P. V.
' Trains arrive Richmond dally . 6:70 A. m., j
t:?0 A. m.. 6:55 .V. m.. ?8:37 A. iL, **10:4S 1
A. m., 11:40 A. M , *2:00 P. m. ??1:40 P. m.,
6:C8 P. m.. 6:15 I*. If.', 8:00 P. m . 9.00 P. M . j
11:30 P. M.
?Except Sunday: "Sunday only.
Time of arrival and departure and cc
ncctlon* not Guaranteed
C. S CAMPBBKI.U D P. i
Chesapeake Steamship Co.
Biff new ships. "City of Norfolk" and "City
of Baltimore."
Equipped with wireless telegraphy. Tele- |
phone service throughout the ehlps. States- I
rooms en suite, with baths. Prices from
; 75c. to |3..'.0. Excellent tneals. 7V-.
TO BALTIMORE AND TUB NORTH VIA:
NORFOLK AND OLD POINT.
Leave Richmond Dally, except Run., via
N. A- W. Ry, 3:0" P, M., Norfolk 616 P. M. !
C. * O. Ry.. 4:00 P. M. Dally. Old Point I
7:15 P. M.
O. D. S. K. Co. 7.no P. M. Dally (one day In
Norfolk).
Vn. Nav. Co. 6:30 A. M. (Monday. Wednes?
day nnd Friday).
Tickets at all ofTices. For staterooms
'apply to S. E. BURGESS. D. P. A.. 930 Kitst
Main Street. Richmond.
i NORFOLK AND WESTERN RAILWAY.
I ONLY ALL RAIL LINK TO NORFOLK.
Schedule In Effect O-to'rvr 3. Mil.
Leave Byrd Street Station. -Richmond.
FOR NORFOLK: *9:00 A. M.. ?3:00 P. M.,
?4:10 P. M.
FOR LYNvCHBURG AND THE WEST:
?6:15 A. M.. ?10:00 A. M.. ?3:00 P. M.. Vt:?
I P. M.
Arrive Richmond from Norfolk: ?lt:40 A.
i M . ?6:15 P. M.. ?11:30 P. M. From the West:
!?C:55 A. M., e7:0O P. M? hl:IO P. M., 6:06 P.
; M? ??.00 P. M.
?Dolly. tiDally ex. Sunday. bSunday only. I
1 Pullman Parlor and Sleeping Cars. Cafe!
1 Dining Cars. C. H. BOSLHi".
D. P. A.. Richmond. Va.
W. B. BEVILL. O. P. A.. Roanoko. Va.
SOLTTHERN RAILWAY
TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND.
N. B.?Following acnaduls og-ures published
1 as infurmailun aad not guaranteed'
. 4:1* A. M.?Daily?Local for Charlotte. Dur
I ham and Rarslgh. 10:4* A. M.-Dally~Liml?
; *d?For all points South. Drawing Room
I Buffet S.eep'.r.g Car to Ashevllle. N. C. 3:0*
1 p. M. Ex. Sun.?Local for Durham aad In
I Urmadlale atatlons. 6:00 P. M. Ex. Sun.?
Keysville Local. 11:45 P. M.?Dally?LUuited
?For all points youth. Pullman ready at j:so
P. M.
TORK RIVER lina,
j it f> id. ?Kx. Sun.?T. Weal PL, connect?
ing for Ualtlmore Moo., Wed. and FrL 4:4)0
A IL--Ea .Sur. and t:U> P M.?a4 on.. Wed.
aod Frl.?Local to West Point
: TRAINS A1ARIVE RICHMOND.
I From the South: 4 SI A. j? , l:M p. M,
I dally; 8:40 A. At- EX. 3un.; 1S:M Ex. Baa.;
1 t oo p. m. dally From Wast Point: (:H A
IM Dcjly; V.X a U Wed. and Frl.; 4:2S p.
! u. J\M. 8uu.
a. at BTJitnnas. d. p. a.,
1 m r.' Main SI 'Phono Wodl.se uk.
; Richmond & Petersburg Electric Railway
Cars Icavo Manchester, Seventh and 1'srrj
ktrecis, for Petersburg!
H, 7, I. ??. 10, U. *U A, M., J, x, ??. 4. t,
"6.46, ?6, 7. 8, ?I, 1? P. YL
U:00 P. M. for Cbestsr, 13:00 midnight for
Petersburg.'
Care leave Peteraburg. foot ef Sycamore
' gtieei, for Mancheeter:
16:16. t.si, "7:1?. ?7:?. *:?. ?:?. *10:?. 11:B
A. M., 12:81. '1:?, ?:?, 1:8*. *4:3S. 6:?. ? M,
?7:?, ?:!?. v.M. 'iO-.M. 11:44) p. m.
tDally axcept Sunday and holidays,
i 'Carries uaggege and expreM.
1 ??Limited, except Sundays and holiday*,
All cars from Petersburg connect with
! ears for Richmond.
: NORFOLK SOUTHERN
Lv. Norteia: 'fc:S* ana ?11 a. m . 'i P. u ,
for Eastern Cuvonua and the Soatb.
Dv Haiolghi ??:? A. M., Tl and ??:li P. il,
? for Eastern Caro.lna and Norfolk.
Pullman Sleeping Cars between Norfolk,
', Raleigh: also (loldsboro and Norfolk.
?Dall> y Ex. oun
C. D. LESRANDE. O. A., American Nations,
Bank. 'Phone Monrue 1621. Richmond.
W. W. CB'iXTON. O. f A-. -*-'orrollc. Va
tJEAilOAIlD AIR U.M.
Southbound trains scheduled tu leave Rich,
i mond daily: 1:10 A. M.? Local to Norllaa
? I,'A P. M.?Sleepera and coaches, Atlanta.
{ Birmingham. Savannah. Jacksonville and
i Florida points. 9:60 P. M.?Sleepsrs and
j ooaches, havanaab, Jacksonville and Florida
; points. 11:18 P. M.?Sleepers and coach**. At
' ianta, Birmingham, Memphis and tb* South
Iwest- Northbound train* scheduled to arrive
la Richmond dally: 6:SU A. M.. 7:Z3 A M
6:0? ". M . &:40 P. m.
DEPOSIT
What You Like
When You Like
But?Deposit in
This Bank
It in possible you have never
folt the necessity of having- a
bank account. It Is probable
you could drift otong for years
without one. But?If you ex?
pect to forgo to the front tn a
financial way, It Is essential that
you Jiavo an account In a strong,
sale bank, such nm the
First National Bank
1104 E. Main St.
Capital and Surplus $2,000,000
a
St^rt a savings accoBnt with us.
We pay 3 Per Cent, Compound
Interest.
Commonwealth Bank
National Bank ot Virginia
Capital, ? $1,200,000
I Surplus, - $ 600,000
Accounts solicited
Ninth and Main Streets
We pay three per cent, com?
pound interest on all savings ac
I ? ?
counts.
Manchester National Bank
arrows.
Richmond ani> mnssarKaxE bat
RAILWAY COM TAN Y.
Fchedu:* of electric trains to and from
Ashland, stopping ?t Intermediate ataUona
\ upon signal: Lt. Richmond. (Broad and
[Laurel Me.). ?7:10. ?:10b. O?, ?ns:l?.
? m.io A. at.j 1:10, 1:1?, 1:10. ?:10b. 1:10. ?.:,.
1:1?, ?IC?. I0.lt. li u P. M. Lr. AahUoa.
'?:M. lb. ?. ?b. 10, "U A. M.. 11 M-. ??].
X. I. t. tt. 7. I. Jb. U P. at.
! 'Oallr except Sunday. "Suodar or.lr.
I t fir >*? .1,M>
?teambra?.
OLD DOMINION LINK.
Lv. Richmond foot of Ash Kt. dally.7:00 P.M.
heave Newport New?.fc:IO A. M.
Arrive Norfolk.<:(?) A. M
Connects with main line steamers leaving
Norfolk for New V'.ra dally except Sunday
3 f. P. M. Connections also mud- l>v N. r.
W. Ry 3 P. M. and <\ A O. Ily at 4 P M.
Night Line steamers atop at Clarcrnont to
land or receive pasgensera on signal, and
will l,o met by public conveyance.
VIRGINIA NAVIGATION CO.-Jainea River
bj daylight for Norfolk and Old Point. New?
port News nnd a:i James River landings.
Steamer leaves Monday, Wednesday and
Friday at t:lt A. M. FrelKht received for
all James River landings. "PlioneMadlson 17?.
Mwln Ticket Office, t:i E. Main Street.
The Royal Mail
Steam Packet Co.
$10
$15
and
UPWARD
Meals and
Staterooms
Included
No Steerage; all
ft r s t -<-la ? s ac
co nmodations:
Bermuda
The lowest price thai
has ever prevailed Lit
a first-class round trip
ticket. These rates for
those who hook now.
Cheaper than remaining
at home. By S. S. Tasjtis
October IS?October 2S.
Wireleses and every
modern appliance.
SANIJKBSON * SON,
Cen. Agts.. 22 State St., N. T.
Baltimore Steam Packet Co
Equipped with wirelos? telegraphy,
TO BALTIMORE AND THE NORTH VIA
NORFOLK AND OLD POINT.
Leave Richmond Dsllr. inc'udlr.g Sunday. ?!?
N & W. By. 1:00 P. M., Norfolk ?:J0 P. M.
C. * O. Ry. 1:00 P. M.. Old Point 7:30 P. M.
O D. B. B. Ca. 7:00 P. M. (one day In Nor?
folk).
Va, Nav. Co. tXO A- M. (Monday, Wadnak
day and Friday).
Tickets St al> offices For stateroom* ap?
ply to iL M. BOiKIN, Agent. (30 Kaat Mala
MreoL _
G?lNGABRO?D
See SIR, BOWMAN before mnklnn
Hcservatlons
or purchasing tickets elsewhere. He
will save you time and money. Tours
to Bermuda, $1:1.50 nnd Up, Cruise to
\ Bermuda, St. Thomas, Porto Rico, Pan
! ama Canal, Jamalcu, Cuba and South
America. $125 and up. Orand cruise
to the MctlHrrrnnenn, the Orient and
Around the World, $325 and tip. Call
j for beautifully Illustrated booklet
"ASK MR. BOWMAN,"
Southern Tourhl Agent,
70S K. Main St., Richmond, Va.
Tours Inc. notels. Shore F/xonralons, Low?
est Rates.
Twin. Screw S. S. "Bermudlnn/' 5630 tons.
sails October Uth and 31st.
Milge. keels; electric fans; wireless tele?
graphy.
Fastest, newest and only Steamer landing
passengers at the dock In Bermuda.
For illustrated pamphlets apply to A, TS.
OUTEBBRIBOE A CO., Agents, Quebec fl.
S. Co., Ltd., 19 Rrondway, New York, or
I suis- Ticket Ageot. or Q?KBKC 8. 8. Ott
Ltd.. Quebec. SAMUEL H. BOWMAN. 70S
i Kost Street.
Triple Screw
45,324
Tons
The, Largest arid Finest Steamer
In the World
LYMPI
Sails
December 9
December 30
French a La Carte Restaurant.
Turkish and Electric Baths, Swimming Pool, Four F.lcvatora. Gymnasium, V?.
rand a Cafe, Palm Court. The most Up-to-Dalo First. Second and Third
Clasa Passenger Accommodations.
Also Weekly Sailings hy Twin Screiv Steamship*, at
American Line
X. T.?Plymouth?Cherbourg1? Southampton
Philadelphia?Quoenstown?Liverpool
Atlantic Transport Line
- Now York?London Direct
Red Star Line
London. Paris via Dover?Antwerp
Phlladelphlav-Antwerp?B?ston
White Star Line
N. Y.? Plymouth?Chorbourgr? Southampton
New York?Queenstown?Liverpool
Boston?Quoenstown?Liverpool
Now York nnd Boston.
To the Mediterranean
Azores, Maderla, Gibraltar, Algiers;
Vlllefranche, Genoa, Naples. Alexan
drla.
OFFICE], 0 BROADWAY, NEW YORK, OR LOCAL AGENTS,

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