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New York
Stock Market
Now York. Noveinbor 27.?Buying
orders which accumulated over the.
week-end stimulated the stock mar?
ket for u time to-day. Some lookers
reported a large volume of business,
und bull traders said hopefully that
outylde interest had quickened after
many months of pronounced apathy,
and prophesied a change In the market
from Its ulirn-professlonul character.
Hut the day's movement as a whole
fell buck steadily until little was left
of the advance- Some stocks, Includ?
ing United States Steel and Hocking
Vullev fell below Saturday's, close.
The action of the market seemed to
indicate that it was still a transitory
character, governed by the hour-to
hour movements of the dominant pro?
fessional operators. Union I'acitlc. was
the most conspicuous stock in the ad?
vance, and gained 2 points.
The strength of American Tobacco
issues brought these stocks into prom?
inence again. The preferred stock
rose 2 3-S. and on the curb the com?
mon stock Increased its recent large
advance bv 21 points, selling at all.
the highest price reached, since the
final decree of dissolution was entered
against the company, und within 9
points of the record figure for that
Issue. Call money hardened to-day.
and some loans were made at 3 1-2 pet
cent, the highest rale since the open
ihs of the year. The bond market be?
came irregular after un early display
of firmness Tot il sales, par value.
S'.'.STS.oo'i. United States bonds weri
unchanged Oil call. Total sales ol
blocks for the day were 500.000 shares.
New York. November 27.?Money on
rail firm. 2 3-S@2 1-2; ruling rate,
2 3-8: closing bids. 3: offered at 3 1-4.
Time loans steady; sixty days, 3 1-4(ji'
r. 1-2 per cent.; ninety days, 3 1-2; six
months. 3 1-2Q3 3-4. Prime mercantile
paper, 134 1-2. Sterling exchange
weak, with actual business In bankers'
bills at J4.S305 for sixty-day bills, and
at ?4.8660 for demand. Commercial
bills. J4.S3. Bar alive-, 55 3-4. Mexi?
can dollars, 46 1-2.
RICHMOND STOCK MARKJET.
By Richard \V. Maury.
Stock and Bond Broker, 1015 E. Main Street.
Richmond, Va.. November 27, Uli.
SALES AT DOAftD.
\ j. Hallway and Power Co.. pfd?130 at
E0?j; Vs. Railway and Power Co.-170 at tiO??.
American National?1 ut 20Z\~
.STATE SECURITIES. Bid. Ashed.
Virginia Old. C. and ?.. 1932.... SRS SS
Va. CentuHe?, V-3. C. and It., 1JJ16 ST^ S3
It Alt.ROAD BONDS.
A. C. L. R- It- Con. Tr. I p. r.. Oi
C. Bad O. Cen'l M. 4Vi?, 1?-'. 101
Georgia, .Sou. and Kla. 1N3. 106
Georgia .%-.n1 Kla. Con. 5s, VHb. 107
Norfolk ami Weit. Ity. 4e, 1?>3S.... :?S
.-fubouj-d Air Line 4s. 1000. M
Seaboard Air Line 5a. 15*?. J2
Southern Hallway lit 5*. IMI. 10S
So. K. Dev. and G. M. tr. 15?... 7?
Western N. C. 1st Ca, C. toll. 1R1
STREUT It AI L. WAV BONDS
Nor. nnd Porte. Trac. Co. it. 193S. SS ...
Va. Ry. and Power Co. is, 1904..., yi?i SS
STREET RY. STOCKS. Par.
Va. Ry. and Power Co., pfd_no W.i SI
V?. Ity. and Power Co.. iom_loj IP; 12?j
RAILROAD STOCKS. Par.
Atlantic Coast Line coin.100 no
Chesapeake and Ohio.lot "i
Norfolk ata! Western com.ltyi 110
S.iuiliirii Hallway, pfd.lCr> 7;: 741;,
Southern RaTiway, com.100 ;;i
BANK AM) TRUST CO. STOCKS.
American .tutlonl.10)'JKi;. ...
llrmtd Streut. S (?:'" ...
Hunk of Commerce and Trusts.103 142 ...
i-iiat .Sai.?aai.mm \[[
Merchants National.109 -,Zi
National Bank ut Virginia.loo jOl mb
National Slat..- and City Bank..100 1W
I'lantois National.100 760
bavins* Bank of Richmond.... J* ~ii
Union Bank of Richmond. 50 31G
Virginia Trust Company.1? lie;
INSURANCE ? COMPANIES.
Vu. Fire and Marine lne. 23 70
Va. Stair; Ins. pfd.12.5.) ]7
\*. State Ins. com.I'.',i0 12uj ...
MISCELLANEOUS.
Yi.-Car. Ciiem. pfd. ? p. c.100 US 111)}
Quotation* tor Interest paying bonds are
ut -I price to which Infrcst must be added
Income bunds und certitKaie.a or lndubted
lUits are Hal.
BOND LIST.
Allls-Chalinera, 3s.
American Tobacco Co., 4?.
American Tobacco Co. as.
At:... tic Cuas: l.lnc la ibid)....
A. C. 1?1- and N. is.
.\. ? '. L. uonyi i In, Baltimore)
Chesapeake aTi.j m,).-,' eon v. 4s..
Norfolk ami V?*?tcrn cv. 4s.
Seaboard Air Line* 4a ibid).
Seaboard Air Line adj. 5s.
Southern H?ll Tel. or ihldt.
Southern Kxiiuav Co. is.
Southern Railway Co. iii.
United States Steel Ud 5*.
Vll.-Brown Urns. elf*, ibid).
\u.-t'ar. Chemical Ist La.
Wabaih deb. n."
IVabaah-Pltu, rtf. is.
Panama new ;:>i.
. (0
. von
. 116".
. ?.r,
.MB?
. no
. tnii
. $2
. t9*4
. 7!?,
. 100
. ioih
. 4s
.ioouj
. r.'?i
. 4-Hi
. 1w4
COTTON MARKETS.
rlt, Novel
New York. November The cotton mar- |
to-day, and prices i
wit new low rccorda on all deliveries cx-I
pt Dectmbtr a* a result <>t Increased hb-'
rfsivi net: :!>?: part uf local sellers, I
att<rlng liquidation and talk of caslsr
jutliern* spot market*. The rlosr was
eadyi t>u: at a net decline of '.'713 points,
i. ? :.t the ports to-day, 72,000 tiales,
ratnst 50,119 laii we*lc, and il.'.'-'l labi >?ar.
or the week so".??' Uaio*, auslast ivt.toi
at week and IJV.VT last y,ar. To-day's re
?Ipts ni New Orleans, lj.lll tialrs. ?Kamst
.f.". Ian year, an,i ut Houston 36,123 bales.
ainsi .T>.5,? last
..'otsoti mtures
if'] barely steady: 1
Open, llish. Low. Oloie.
S.tV Ml ?.tl
X.P7
?.00
July.?ii ?.16 B.? 9.08
Aupuit .9.17 9.17 ?.17 9.10
fteptembtl .9.H 9.:0 ?.16 Ii.i3
October .?.23 9.M ?.17 ?.17
November . 9.03
]>ccemt>*r .AW Mt 9.0* ?.os
Spot cotton closed quiet, 10 points lower:
middling Unlands. 9.30; uplands rulf, Ob's;
sules. 100 Pales.
i'ot ton?CJuiet: middling, S3>> bales; gross I
receipt's, St.'.'Sl bales; salfs. ;<?) bale*: Mock,
1C6.&.M baits; 'sport to France, r,.4frj bales;
tu Iba continent, 1,-Hs Yiles; coastwise, Cttf
bales.
Total to-day at all i?o.-ts?Net receipts,
'.'?(?11 bales; export !?> Great Britain^ t't.071
bales; to France, 3,400 baits: tn the contl
i<nt. ;.'(? bales, to Japan. t:'iTi bales; sto:lt.
J.IST,:.";; bales.
Consolidated *\ a.l ports?Net receipts.
lit.iZI bales; isport to fireat lirllain. M,StO
bau?; t0 France, U7.G3Q bales; to the conti?
nent. 47,SSI bales; to Japan. 7.(77 bales.
Total slr.ee September I at all ports?Net
receipts, ti.'MSM bales; report to Great llri
taln. btST.Gtl ba'.ts. to France. 4I8.4S8 bales;
to tht- continent. 1.4M.<i74 bale?: to Japan.
71.177 bales: to Mexico. baics.
New Orleans, November 37.?Peer cables
Btid a rattier high crop estimate, by one of
I he local papers caused a decline early In
the ftsslon. and the loss war not recovered.
OPEN AN ACCOUNT WITH
The Union Bank
of Richmond
1J07 EAST MAIN SIRE %T.
Ii 00 MAKER A START. t PER
CENT. INTEREST
Official Range and Sale of Stocks in New York
Sales. Stock.
100 Allls-Chalrners . 3? 3? 3%
AUI.s-Chalmers. pfd.
S.TOO Aninleurnatcd Copper ... Ol 01% 63%
Amer. Agrl. Chem., coin. ...
5?) Artier. Beet StiKar. com.. 56% NV% **%
5.050 American Can . 11% 11!? I Hit
J.GOO American Can pfd.,. f?' !?i% W
709 Anier.'Car and Foundry. 55$ 5Mi 50
ISO Amer. Car and Koun.. pfd 116? H?'i
Ametlcaii Cotton Oil.
loo American Liucced Oil... 9 9 9
3C0 Amoilean locomotive ... 37 :;7 Sits
Amor, Locomotive, pfd.
ICO Amer. Malt Co., ptd. 4.1% 13? 43%
6.00) American Smelting; . 74 71? 73?.
2.1O0 American Su^nr . 118? HS IIS?
4.<XW Amor. Tel. and Tel. Co... 141$ 111*4 139%
'e>i American Tobacco; com. .r'") Ml 495
16,000 American Tobacco, pfd.; 99T4 102 '.'.>\
3.100 Anaconda Copi er . S9% 39V* -Ms
Z.000 Atcblsc-u . . 107-?, H'7"4 107?
1.10? Atlantic Coast Uno. 137% 138% 137%
15S A. C. I* of Connecticut.. SCO '-05
I WO Daltli-ore and Ohio. 1034s 103% 103%
; 1.800 Brooklyn Rapid Transit. TM? 78% 7S
100 Central Leather, com. 22$ L-2? .:'4
! 4.90? Canadian Puclflc .112% Mit? 241',,
[ 1,400 Chestipeuko und Ohio? 75$ 75*. . 75
Chicago Great Western. ...
15,100 Chi., Mil.-and St. Paul... 110? ' 111? 'l?t?$
Crucible Steel Cor., com. ...
20 Crucible Steel, pfd. 81% 81% Sl%
Chicago and Northwest. ...
ICO Colorado fuel and Iron. -.'S "n 2S
Colorado and Southern.
TO) Consolidated Gas . 141% 141% 140%
Uel. und Hudson, x 2%0?. ???
Den. and Rio Gran., com. ...
Don. and Rio Gran., pfd. ...
400 Distillers' Sec, Cor. 32% 32% 32?
6.001 Krlo . 32!? 321. 31%
Krie. 1st pfd. 53?i 63$ 53
Fed. Mln. and Sn;., pfd.
r-fl General ICIectric . 183% 165$ 166%
1,100 Great Northern, pfd.... 128 128 127%
liu Great Northern Ore ctts 42% 4i?J 42$
UDO Illinois Central . Ii:. 14.".'s 114
By THOMAS BRANCH A CO.. Bunkers and Bi oners.
Open, lllfcth. Low. Bid. Asked. Sales. Stock.
Closlnir
f?%
11
91
f.i%
lit!
11%
s%
11%
91%
ii?i'<.
46%
?%
4;t%
73%
US
140
49S
101
39
107?,
i its'
265
103
ts 7s>?
2iT% 2i7%
7r. 7.V?
?:ot, AHt
iio% ii"?
12% 13
. sri
nr.
42%
73%
um;
139%
1K<
100%
38 Tt
107',.
137
?;oo
102%
81%
in;
t: 4?
140% ill
It-s 1*9
22 J4
4$ 43
31'?
32?
31>i
46V1
?IS
\:<i,\
127$
13%
Hi's
Open.
11%
rai
15$
lllirh. Low
14% 11%
46%
15%
119%
32
105
153%
29%
179%
100%
13 >%
3-:
108%
?ii
in
119%
32%
l?Ti
105
32%
15? >9
23%
27%
r.i?j
iii%
31
737,
175%
471,
06'.
109%
51%
119
43%
io%
15%
?_?tn.
I77W
1V>%
t:ir.'...
?!l?
61%
I07?
mi
I l?-'?
119
31%
122%
105
2,700 litterboro-Met. .
1*M*0 Intctboro-Met.. pfd...
l.Oou Int. Mor. Mnrlite. pfd.
International Paper ?,...
Int. Paper, pfd...
200 Kun. <"ltv South., com.. !9%
21.W? Lehtgll Valley ........... 179
3,800 Louisville and Nashville ir.9%
jro Manluiitnn . I'M*
809 Mo.i Kan. and Texas.... 32
. .o.. Ivan: and Te.v. pfd. ...
400 Missouri Pacific . 40%
1.0J? National Lead . 'd1*
1.600 New York Con Hal. 1(6%
MX) N. V.. Out. and Western 41
1,030 Norfolk and Western... 110%
:;.:t'?i Northern Paclllc .
OK) Paclfiu Mull .
1,10) Pennsylvania .
100 People's Gas .
Pittsburgh Coal, com..
Pressed Steel Car.
Tressed Steel Car. pfd
Id' Ry. Steel Spring, com..
57,900 UeldillK .
000 Republic Iron und steel 23%
300 Republic I. md S., pfd.. 84%
1,000 Rock Island . 27
3,000 Hoc); Island, pfd. -dVt
Sloss-Shcfflold .
3.900 Southern Petille . 114%
980 Southern Railway . 31
1,325 Southern Railway, pld. 73%
Standard Oil .??? ?,
1,100 Tennessee Copper . 391?
Texas Pacltlii .
S6.400 Union P?i<:ltlc . l"}i
|i? t'nltcd States Rubber.,. }'U
teS.SjO United States Steel. 04%
1.SO? United State-! Steel, pfd ICH1?
4W Vu.-Car. Chemical . S4V,
157 Va.-Car. Chemical, pfd.. L9
1.300 Va. liy. and Power, com 43
Va. He. and Power, pfd. ...
120 Wabash . TW
7C0 Wabash, pfd. 2Hi
700 Western Union . 78% ?s'h
Total -.ales for day. SCe.iOt' shares.
Bid. Asked.
Closing
14% 14%
f 10% 46
!iV>s 15',;
10 10'?
40
113%
30
72%
":'!S%
iVsii
4C%
04
lOit'i
54
119
29%
ITA?
\Si\
130
31
:ts',?
107 ?
4<t>4
81%
122%
104%
13
31
98
32%
151%
2?
83%
26$
?'?"V4
11%
I IS%
30
71
CO
jsvi
24>i
170%
4H$
64
109?
53$
117
4'J
>0?
10%
21 Vi
291?
tlie eloping prices bring 10 to II points un?
der yesterday's close. l^lurcs opened
steady at a decline of 5 to 7 points on the
Timea-Domocnit'B crop estimate of 14.S7C.OWi
bales, and lower cables than due. Selling be?
came general, and but for buying of covers
by shorts, who waited to realize, the pres?
sure on the market would have been greater.
The decline was checked by tho posting of
the wcathor forecast of rnln. snow and much
colder weather in the belt. Heavy buying
said to be for spot Interests gave the mar?
ket a somewhat better tone, but fresh ehorl
selling always was In evidence, however, be?
cause of unfavorable reports concerning In?
terior spots, and prices remained practically
?stationary.
Spot nominally unchanged; middling, ?**?;
sales nn the trpot. SS bales; to arrive. 1,02],
Futures closed at about tho lowest. Novem?
ber. S.X; December, S.96: January, 4.91;
March. 9.02; May. MO; July, 9.19.
LOCAL MARKET QUOTATIONS.
(Furnished by Levy Commission Co.. Com?
mission Men hunts, Hlchmond. Va.
Richmond, V?., November C7. 1911.
ACTUAL WHOLES A LE QUOTATIONS OU
MARKET.
LIVE POULTRT.
Turkeys, ib. Q 15
Chickens, choice, small, lb... > 12
Chickens, choice, medium, lb. 11 ip
Chickens, large, lb. <rf 10
Hens, lb. 9 914
Boosters, twh.J. y GO
Geese, fat. largr*. each. 7? flr 90
(lease, small, each. H $ p
Ducks, lnrgc. young, Ib. 13 ft 1
Lurks, small, young. Ib.... 12 0J> I2^j
DRESSED POULTRY.
Tur'.tcys. choice, lb..?. 17 ft IS
Chickens, lb. 14 ft
Fowl, lb. 12 gi
Ducks, !b. 16 ft IT
Gocse, lb. l-'.iS
EGGS?Crated.
In erntet, nearby, fresh, doz.. ?1 39
In crates, other sec) inns, doz. ft 29
Guinea eggs, do.:. 12 y
JtirTTtBR.
Family, choice, fresh, lb. 23 Q 25
Merchants', fair, lb. 19'iy -M
GAME.
Babbits, No. 1. 15 O
Babbits. No. 2. 10 ft
Wild turkeys. ft 20
Deer . 0 12
LIVE STOCK.
Veals, choice to fancy, Ib.... 7V*0 I
Veals, poor, to fair, lb. 6 o )
Calves, runners, lb. 4 j ?
Sheep, Its. 3 ft 3W
l.ninbs. spting. Ib. u ft
Cattle, fair to prlnio, lb. SUft 414
Hogs, Ib. G ft C.7?
COUNTRY-CURED BACON.
Hams, well smoked, small, Ib St a 23
tlami. well smoked, large. :b. 19 ft 20
Sides, well smoked, lb. y> is
Shoulders, well smoked, ib.... J 16
HIDES.
Dry flint, lb. ft 18
Dry salt, lb. ft 1*
Green, salt, lb. q> UH
Green, lb. ft 10*
Green, da.mag.-d, Ib. * ft
Tallow . 4J h
Beeswax . ft 25
MISCELLANEOUS.
Onions, dry, bag. O 2.25
Potatoes. Irish, No. 1, bag.... a 2.?
I Apple*, bbl. 1.50 k 3.1o
: Teas, blacker, bus. 2.09 <jv 2.50
MARKET CONDITIONS.
I Live poultry-?Chicken! and liens In bol
. tbr demand; lurkeyn a little draggy. Eggs?
> Markst remains steady Game?All kinds
1 in good demand. Butter?Very active. Llv
Stock?!Veals scarce and badly wanted.
NEW V?HK 1'KU DL'CK MAKKLT.
New York, November 27.?flour was qulei
and lower lo ofleci saies. Hye. lle-ur ami
corn meal ?toady. Buckwheat Hour and ryo
gain. Barley steady. Wheat easy. No. 2
reu, 93*t4; elevator export bails and I'Stiic
f. o. b. utloat. No. 1 northern Dublin, fLUttj
!. o. b. afloat, ?plloaa ??>.? net lower; De
cemher. Wie; May, Sl.vtsl;; July, WHc
I'orn easy; ox port new. tSiic (. o. b. atln.u
10 arrive. Futures nominal Oats steady.
Futures market waii nominal. Fork, beet,
cut meats, lard, petroluum, turpentine, mo
lasses steady. Tallow easy. Illee arm. .Su?
gar, raw and refined rjuiet. Coltee futures
barely not l point lower to 1 to 10 points
lower. Spot steady; Illo No. 7 lie; bo ill us,
No. 1, ICVfcCi mild dull; Cordova. Mm l>',?c.
Potatoes tlrm; southern late crop, barrel,
?.... .... Jersey sweetf, barrel, s.'.i'j'u .!.;?";
southern yellow. |2.60>J'3.00. Canbages tlrm.
Freight steady. Cotton to Liverpool, per 1uj
pounus, SO. Uraln to Liverpool, J~,u.; grain
to London, 3d. Peanuts steady; fancy hand
picked Virginia, tVi'd-otic; Virginia shelled No
I and Nu. ?. IMV7r. Ilutter llrm; creamery
special?, 9<Vfte; extra, 3.'VaC; Itrat. ?jaule;
?econui, 3S>V*tc, fJUuvie tum. Is'ggs aleauy;
frcan gathered extras, iPutfc; Ittyi, ?. j
lirst, AaiuUci; setonus. SSta?c.
Cotton seed oil waa tlignily lower under
easier crude markets, continued poor dumami
ioi actual oil anu scattered liquidation with
tho weakness In cotton, bpot Uiuaetl a point!
i net lower, and luiures 1 to 3 (minis lower.
December-January, ?.ivmYuo; hooruary,
i tb.U; Maien, b.ol u .->.i?>; April, U.U?U ixiM.
crime cruue, tfinu>*M; prime summer yel?
low, i.liyj.ju; prihio winter yenow, .
j 6.t?; prime summer white, 6 00 a 0 :h.<.
Bigin, III., November 37.?Mutter steady at |
tie; an ud\anco ot 't cects. Output, 841,500'|
Pounas.
C1UCAUO ?iRALN MARKJST,
Ch'.tagp, Novembor H.?Big receipts North
resl and line weather In ine Argontlni
v..j,ed force down to-?uy o*p* price' at
Wheat, The eloee was heavy ?,.<t?4 lower
than Saturday night. Corn a u IT arc U a lie
eiina o< !?ti H ?? ???? and oats a loss of <; to
V- The tra.de of lite uuy Itit hog pr,.
I duels varying lr?m 6 off to an advance ot
? cents.
Leading futuies ranged as follows;
open. High. Low, Cloie.
WHEAT?
Use
a&
May .LCr.'v
I J<
CtR.V
Usc.
May .
Jt'lv ....
OATS?
Use.
May .
July ....
UaKD?Per W lbs.
Jan.If. IS
May .16.50
July .
l-Aitll
?ls
LOOM
Mis
if-,
i.oa
gttj
iJ'.a
Ms
lsKl
DIH
io.:o
um
its.ti:
Dec
Jsn.on t.K
May . >.M f\&J
HHOItT RIBS?Por l'O lbs,
Jmn.1.42 s.47
May . s.70
July .
Cash grain?Wheat No. j. nCMo; No.
:<.*<>
M7
i.e.;
red, 9l?i?94c; No. - hard, 97c?jrfl.03: Nu. 3 |
hard. 9?e{t?L02; No. l northern, Sl.OlQLlO;
-No. 2 northern, fl.O&S l.ix?; No. 3 northern,
11.03(1*07: No. 2 spring. |l."0ti1.C6; No. 3
?prlng, SOrft 11.05; No. 1 spring. i5c5.Ml.03;
volvet chaff, Bc*j| ?1.05; durum, UOcfill.02.
Corn?N?. - old, 72 2f 7V.4C; No. 2 yellow old,
71c; No. 3 old. 70ft 72c: No. 3, ft." 2 ? S3l,4c; No.
3 white. 62\ m SS'.ic; No. 3 yellow, O^tjWic;
No. 4 old, <>:>; No. 4. G0'iff61c; No. 4, while.
UO'j'ii r,l",c; No. 4 yellow. G0*,<jftt?C
Oats?Nu. 2, 4JS4C; No. 2, 49ftr?c; No. 2,
!?>.??.?; No. 3 white. 47">?ft4S*&c; No. 4 white,
IC'-j ii'43!ie; standard, HfVi'y 4'.''ic
Ilaltlmore, Md., Novomber 27.?Wheat
eusier, 6pol contract, WVjc; southern on
grudc. Mlic. Corn steady; spoi contract new,
I2V&C. Oats No. J white, lie. Bye Ilrni; No.
2 western domestic, fl.01(pl.C7.
UW ftj 1.01
RICHMOND GRAIN .M.UIKET.
Hlchmond, Va.. November 27, 1911.
H'HOI.ESAbc QUOTATIONS ON 'CHA.mJE.
i\ xic/V 1?Cur lots.
No. 2 red, Western.
No. 2 red, Virginia. s?
No. 3 rcu.
\ n g inla, oag lots. v>
COKa-car lots.
No. 2 while (now). 74
No. 3 wtiitu (.new,. 73
No. 2 mixed IncW).
No. 3 mixed (new;. 72
Virginia, bag lots inewj? 7?
Corn on the cou mew). 07
OA lo?car lots.
No. 2 mixed.
No. 3 mixed.
No. 2 Millie. 53t
No. 3 white.
Winter seed, bag lote. 69
U YE?Car iOlt.
No. 2 rye. car lots.
No. 3 rye, car lots.
?Virginia, bag lota. 1.00
Wheat?Quiet. Corn?In good
Old corn will brliii 5c to 5c per bushel
iiuoiuiiun/ lor new. Oats? In lair demand
(i 1.05
in 1.0.'
y l.ol
demand,
er
RICHMOND HAY MARKET.
Richmond, Vu.. November 27, !91t.
The quotations are as toilows:
Nu. 1 Tlmothw. ?j 24.50 I
No. 2 Tlinllhy. ft 23.00
No. 1 Timothy. lf-X> ft
No. X Clover, mixed. ft 23.V)
No. 2 Clover, mixed. 19.00 ft
No. 2 Clov. r. W.00 ft'
STRAW.?Compressed. ?' 10.50
Loose-pressed, largu bales.. ft 11.00
nHUClvtSj-Compresscd . Nominal
Luose-pressed, large bnlotf... Nominal
I.uad your can so that hay at doors rep
reach la contents and thus avoid rejections.
Tins market grades hay in accordance
with the rules 0t the National lluy Assoclu'
lloiu
CATTLE MARKETS.
RICKMO.VD CATTLI3 MARKET.
Richmond, Va? November 27. 1911.
Live stock report to rtna week ending
November 21, 1511:
Receiptt?Cattle, 2SI head; calves, 135
head: sheep, i: head; hogs. 4,77b head. Beat
steer*, Ifttmc; medium to good, r.'.i5i?c,
common to fair, n,?IV. belt heifers. 54J
Site; medium Li go.nl. 4*iftHic; common lo
fait, 3*4ft3%c; beat cows, ;\{i4c; medium
to good, 3ft31:C; common to fair, 2ft2',jc;
bulls, atfetf 4e; calves, TftRic; fulr to medt- ,
ntn calves, 6ft6*?c; cows and calves. I2,ft5'i|
per head; best heavy hogs, |6.W: good, l.'.o
ln 2y\i lb. hogs. iPytiG-V; light hogs. O'.c;
sows and stags, 3ft<c; beat sheep, .Th.H;.:; .1
common to mir. :..i:'..<-; boat lambs, G^ftic;
common lo fair, 3ft4'.ie;
Chicago. November 27.?Cattle?Receipt*
24,000 head: market w. al< at early prices;
beeves. $4? ft 9.00; Texas steerr. }4."05/5.70;
western steers, tl.40W7.30; stocken and feed
nrt, l2.t0ffR.C0; cows and In-lfers. ll.M02.0a.
Bog*?Receipts, 47.0e" head; .market 5c lower
than early. Light. 15.50fttT.2n; mixed. S.3.7S\t
t"..IO; heavy, J5.1M'.( ft5t: lough. *2j.90ft6.10; good
to choice heavy. tt).!0<f&4S; plga, $4.25&5.60;
bulk of sales. KX&fl 6.S0. Sheep?Receipts.
113,000 head; mark.'t strung: native, 42.40(1
T..I.U, western, J2.40ft3.70; yearling*, $3.S,v,i i..',o;
lambs, native, f;'.50'.i 5.5?, western, J250 ? 5.60.
New Tork. November 27.?Beef -Steers.
t4.25ft6.20; buds, f3.00Q5.25; rows. C1.77.,j 4.75:
dreHlcd beef slow Ht 5 to IHfce. London cat
I to higher at t3>; i? It'?c: dressed weight.
Milking the ofi'al. Liverpool. 10% (file In ad?
dition to offal. Calves?Veals. J5.50it 10.00;
M.00O&.00; bornyard enlves. 13.S0 if 3.50: city
dressed veals. lO'tifiiInV-jc: country dressed. 9
fjHSVfcc. .Sheep niul lambs?.Sheep, II.540 3.00;
a few selected, $3.50: lamb*. H.UWS.oO; culls.
J3.W<i 4.0). Hogs?Light and medium. |i>.354|/
tf.tjO; heavy, 56.75; pigs. 10.00490.16,
RICHMOND TOBACCO MARKET
Richmond, Vs., November 37, 1911.
Pollowlng are the quotations on the Rich?
mond Tobacco Exchange:
BROWN SHIPPING?NEW
Lugs .;.? 5.00 Qi 7.6?
Short leaf. 7.60 & 9.00
Long leaf.,.,. i.00 11.0?
Wrappers . 13.00 Q 11.00
B RIGHTS.
SMOKERS?Common . 7.CO 3 I.G9 I
Medlam . ?.00 ? 1L0I
Pine . 13.00 ? M.0I
CUTTERS?Common . 13.00 it 12.HJ
Medium . 14.00 U K.M
l-'ino ...1. 17.00 ? 11.50
Fancy. 15.50 u 30.00
FJLLERS-Common . S.I? ? 11.00
.Medium .11.00 f? 13.00
Good . 13.60 tf 11.60 I
Fins . 14.vo ?? ln.oo
WRAPPERS? Common . 16.00 tt 17.?o
.Meilluu. 15.00 lit 3X0*
C.ood . 35.00 is JO.00 I
Fine . 33.50 tg. 37.511
fancy . 40.? kf is.ou ]
SUN-CURED? NjBW.
Lugs, common to good. 6.50 <& 6.501
Lugs, good io prime. 7.50 3>
Short leal. S.tX) 6ji 11.00
Long leal. 11.00 U R'.irJ
Wrappers . i'j.?'i (f I7.&I
Primings . 1.50 y C.J5
MISCELLANEOUS MARKETS.
PEANUT 5IARKET.
(Reported by Rodgcrs. McCube & Co.)
Petersburg. Va.J November 27.? Peanuts. ?
Spanish?Firm at Sic iier bushel. Virginias?
Klrm; Jumbo, l-iH-^c per pound; fancy haud
plcked, 8*t0 pel pound; extra prime, 3VjC per
puund; prime, 3c per pound; machine pick*
ed, S'y 3j.7c Per bound.
DRY GOODS. MARKET.
New York, November 27.? The cotton goods
markets were steady during tho day. with
orders of firmer proportions rccordec. Job?
bers are doing a quiet hotiso trade in conse?
quence of the near approach of the holiday.
Raw* silk 1m higher here and In foreign, mar?
kets. Dress goods arc still In steady de?
mand.
NAVAL STORES.
Wilmington, N. C, November 27. ?Spirits
turpentine steady, 43l;c; receipts, 32 casks.
Rosin firm, 5.70; receipts, 377 barrels. Tor
firm, 1.50; receipts, 33 barrels. Crude tur?
pentine steady, 3.6001.60; receipts, 33 barrels.
Savannah, Ua.i November 37.?Holiday; no
markets.
N*ew Orhans, November 17.?Receipts?
Rosin, 391 barrels; turpentine, 73 burrcls;
exports none.
MARINE INTELLIGENCE.
PORT OP RICHMOND. NOV. 37. 1911.
A RRIVED.
Steamer l/randon, Hamey, Norfolk, mer?
chandise and passengers, Old Dominion
Line.
Steamer Berkeley, Shelly, Norfolk, mer?
chandise mid passengers. Old Dominion
Line.
.Steamer Aurora. Kurman. Petersburg and
James River landings, merchandise and
passengers, Purinen Line.
? ? SAILED.
Steamer Brandon. Hamey, Norfolk, mer?
chandise and pui-sensers. Old Dominion
Line.
Steamer Berkeley, Shelly, Norfolk, mer
chandlsa and passengers. Old Dominion
Line.
Steamer I'ocalionlas, Graves, Norfolk and
.lames River landings. merchandise and
passe tig. . 1 Virginia Navigation Co.
Steamer Aurora, Purman, Petersburg and
James Ulver landings, merchandise and
passeng.ri, I'urman Line.
Of this Company wrote the following advertisement,
for which we thank him. In it he gives his own ex?
perience, and drives home the importance of select?
ing a Trust Company as Executor and Trustee:
"Some years ago a relative of mine died in St.
Louis. Though a lawyer of great ability, he failed to
make a will. The wife of his brother secured the
appointment of an individual as Executor and Trus?
tee. SHE dictated the terms of settlement of the
estate. SHE assessed the value of property SHE
wanted, and placed a figure on what we had to take.
SHE greatly benefited, while we, the rightful heirs,
lost heavily.
"Such a c'eal could not have been put through
if a strong Trust Company had been made Executor
and Trustee."
The Ideal Executor and Trustee
Travlers Building,
RICHMOND, VIRGINIA.
Capital One Million Dollars
RULING UPHOLDS
STATE STATUTES
Effect of Judge Waddills De-'
cision Regarding Virginia |
Game Laws.
(Special to The Times-Dispatch.]
Norfolk, Vo? November 27.?Tho ef?
fect of Judge WaddlU'a recent decision
respecting the game lawn was not to
declare the State >-taluto unconstitu?
tional, an supposed, but Just the re?
verse. The Federal statute, appar?
ently In aid pf the State statute, pro?
vides that where under the local law
the shipping of game out of the State
is prohibited, that persons shall not :
ship the same In Interstate commerce, i
and It Is uiiide an offense, either fot <
Individuals to do art, or for -earrle?
to transport such same.. The precise
eases tried Involved tlic shipping ot
game from Princess Anne county, cer?
tain transportation companies and
shippers being respectively indicted:
and the court's decision was thut at
the State statute authorised tho Board
of Supervisors of Princess Anne In
their discretion to permit the ship?
ment of wild water fowl from tout
county during the hunting season, and
the supervisors had by proper reaolu- ,
tlon granted such authority, that it ?
was not ttri offense for either a person '
to ship or a ? transportation company
to transport, game from that county
during the period covered b_y super?
visors- permit, and that hence there
hud been no violation of law, and the
prosecution* were all dismissed.
SHE REALIZESNOW
IDEA WAS FOOLISH
Woman Who Killed Husband
"to Save His Soul" Sees
Her Mistake.
New York, November 27.?The trial
of Mrs. Francis O'Shaughnessy for the
murder of her huaband on May 5, "In
order to aavc hla soul," was com?
pleted to-day with tho exception of ,
the summing up by the attorneys. The
case probably will go to the Jury to- ?
inoriMw afternoon.
Dr. William Mabon, general* medical j
superintendent of the Manhattan State
Hospital, und a professor of mental '
diseases, was a witness called by the
prosecution to-day to provo Mra.
O'Sjhuushncssy'a sanity. Referring to
an examination he made of Mrs.
C'Shtiughncssy's condition lu the
Tombs, Dr. Mabon ua<d:
"I askou her about the prayer which
she had said after she shot her hus?
band. She said: 'I told God 1 had sent ,
George to Him und for Ulm to be j
merciful to his soul.' She told me that :
since, then b..u hud realized how fool?
ish some of her Ideas were, and es?
pecially saving his soui by killing him,
but that she believed U at the time
she shot him. She told me that while
at Belleyue she had started to write
a letter to George to let him know
she did not think he was bud, but
stopped when told she would be 3cnt
to Matteawan."
Tesslc Hayes, the eighteen-year-old
girl whom O'Shaughnesay loved better
than his young wife, was unother wit?
ness to-day.
"Were you engaged to George
O'Shaughnessy ?" asked Assistant Dis?
trict Attorney Edwards.
"Yes, sir.'' the girl rcplfc<j faintly.
"When did you first hear that he
was married?'1
"On the Monday before th? murder
Mrs. O Shaughnessy met us and asked
me if I Knew George was her husband.
I told her no; then she asked George
if he had told me he wat not -.narrtod.
He said 'yea.' ".
"Did you ever permit him to make
love to you after that time?"
"No .sir."
Won Prlx.ru nl Texan Knlr.
[Special to The Tlmes-Dlapatch.]
Charlottesvllle, Va., November 27.?
The Texas State Fair last week
awarded the first prize und blue rib?
bon for the hest piece of crochet work
on exhibition to Mrs. Jesse 1* Muury.
of Charlottesvllle. Mrs. Mauiy layover,
eighty-four years of age, and the prize
of 55 waa the only money prize given
at the fair.
ftotete._
Tahle d'llllle Dinner, Sa (II ril fl )
and Sunduy oitnlum, (J to 0 o'clock,
. i.:.o each.
Richmond, Va.
'rho moat magnificent liotol In the
South. European plan. Kooma single
and en eulte, with and' without baths.
Spacious sample rooms.
Rate. $1.50 per day and upward.
THFHAMILtON
Fourteenth und K Sta., N. XV.,
WASHINGTON, D. C.
A select family and transient hotel, con
venlently located; thoroughly comfortable
nnd homelike. Cood table. A.inerlcan |>lan.
Katca f.!.i>0 up per day. Send for bonklal.
IRVING O. BALL. Pro],
Jitlantte ?itpJte?oyta^
GALEN HALL
Atlantic City, ,
Hotel nnd Sanatorium,
With Hb elegant comrorts. its tonic
und curative baths and superior table
and service. Is an Ideal placo for fall
and winter. Always opon. Always
ready. Always busy.
F.' I>. Young,
General Manager.
The Confederate Museum
TWELFTH AMD CLAY STREETS.
OPEN 0 A. M. TO 5 1?. M.
Admission, 36c, Free on Saturdays.
Does Your Banking Service Meet
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Loans on Real Estate and Collateral.
Loans to merchants and individuals commensurate with
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We want your Business, Personal and Savings Accounts.
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Bank cf Commerce & Trusts
Depository for the State of Virginia and
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which are secured on property valued at inoru than threo times the
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Correspondence and Interdevrs Invited.
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BANKERS
AND DEALERS IN HIGH GRADE INVESTMENT BONDS.
Corner Eighth nnd .>Ioln Street?, - - IUCnSIONTJ, VA.
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C?V?LRY ATTACK
ANSWERED BYM08
Shots Freely Exchanged in Riot
Following Women's
Expulsion.
Lisbon. November 27.?The- disorders
which occurred here Ia3t night because
of the expulsion of two Chinese women
for the Illegal exercise of a "cure" for |
blindness at one lime attained uerlous
proportions. All the streets In the
een ire of tho city were ocupied by
cavalry, who charged continuously In
all directions.
The populace, which was armed, of?
fered tlrm resistance, and shot* were
freely exchanged, Suddeny a great
explosion was heard on the Pldcddohl
Pedro. The cavalry galloped up, un-1
slung their carbines and poured volley
after volley through the wlndow? ot j
a cafe In which a great mob had taken
refuge and barricaded themselves w'lh
chairs, divans and other furniture.
The mob answered the attack until
all the large panes of glass were rid?
dled with bullets. Then they surren?
dered. Two persons were found killen
and a large number woundctJ on the
lloor of the cafe.
A similar scene was enacted at an?
other store, where some of the Repub?
lican leaders had taken refuge from tho
furious populace. The rioters, unable
to cope with tho military, lied Into
taverns and other places, from wh'eli
they hooted and fired upon tho passing
soldiery until the latter entered and
expelled them.
After tho explolon of the bomb .he
mob invaded tho hospital pi' toko ao.->e,
which" occupies the buildings of tho
former Jesuit College of Santo Antou,
built In 1757, whence they tried to carry
off the wounded, but were repulsed by
tho soldiers.
this morning, but later everything be-'
came quiet- An official statement gives
tho number of killed us two, while
thirty-four others were wounded and
alxty-slx arrested. Tho statement ot
.rlbutes the disorders to "enemies of
the republic."
I Special to The Timcs-IMspatch. ]
Wederlcksburg, Vn., November 27.?
George Sullivan, of Stafford -county,
and Miss Rebecca Stone, of this city,
wern married last evening at tho
Methodist parsonage here, flev. .1. H.
Jacoba performing the ceremony.
The disorders lasted
Sullivan-? Stone.
City Taxes
Office Collector of Cltv Taxes,
'City Hall.
Richmond, Va., November 15, 1911.
NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS.
THE I*AST HALF OF CITY TAXES.
REAL ESTATE AND PERSONAL. FOR
1911, WILL BE DUE IN DECEMBER,
AND IS NOW READY' FOR PAYMENT
AT THIS OFFICE.
EVERY MALE twenty-one years ot
age. and EVERY person keeping house
or doln gbuslnoss In the city, is as?
sessed for personal taxes. Those who
have not paid any city taxes during
the year will please call and nettle, so
as to avoid being posted au delin?
quents.
GRADING. PAVING, PIPE AND
SEWER CONNECTION BILLS are alau
due, und will have to bo declared de?
linquent If not paid on or before end
of year.
FIVE PER CENT, will be added to
last half If not paid on or beforo DE?
CEMBER 31ST.
Interest at SIX" PER CENT, also at?
taches to all bills as soon as reported
delinquent.
Particular attention Is called to the
ubovo, as under an ordinance passed
by the City Council there can bo no
avoidance of the penalty
WASHINGTON WARD TAXES, iC,
must be paid at the office of DEPUTY
COLLECTOR. Tenth and Hull Streets.
H. U HULCE.
City Collector. City of Richmond.
E. A. BARoE JR.
Certified Public Aceonntaot
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21C Mutual Dnlldlng,
Phono Mad. 3321. niohmoaC Toj
The money you save to-day is
your safeguard for to-morrow.
Commonwealth Bank
National Bank of Virginia
Capital, - $1,200,000
Surplus, - $ 600,000
Accounts solicited
! Ninth and Main Street.
? Facts?Figures?Verified.
CHARLES F. HUDNALL,
AUDITING, ACCOUNTING,
SYSTEMATIZING.
909 Travelers Bldft., Richmond, Va.
Monroe 431.
The Valentine Museum
ELEVENTH AND CLAY STREETS.
Open dally from 10 A. M. to G r. M.
Admission, -Do, Free on Saturday*

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