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Stock Market New York. January 3.?l'or :i time ? ttiT the opening tb-day the stock market wore thu same cheerful as? pect which it assumed during vestal - day's sharp upturn. The opening range Of prices showed small gains for al? most nil of the standard stocks e.\ ecp't the llurrlmans. The advantage wail Increased In the ilrst few min? utes with u pronounced movement among tin coalers, and l.ehlgh Valley shot up t-l points in the ilrst ten minutes The uemand was ht si;, but before the end of the ilrst hour thu market had lost Its Rain.?. During the remainder of the day It fell Ituck, and In tho lute session It became rcal 1} weak. Tin- day's movement In general was, ascribed to protlt-lnklng. The increase in which buying was noted yester? day failed in develop to sizeable pro? portions. The professional traders ii|> Pltrcntly held the view that In these uncertain times it was best t<? lake prollts while they were 111 sight, with? out waiting for them to grow, stocks I'ontrht on tin- rise ytstorduy were thrown back on the market tn-dny. und as prices fell lit ere was some short selling. Tin wires which kept Wall Htrcet 111 touch with is agents in Washing? ton w.ie busy wit,1 a varied col Ice-j (Ion of political reports und prophesies, largely conti rning tariff Icglslatl in. Uncertainty as to the extent to which tariff revision may be carried and as to its effects upon securities doubtless was an underlying cause for the reuc llotl in prices. Among th. less active- stocks move-, incuts wore widest. Virginia linn lost ; 1-1' points, more than the amount of yesterday's sudden spurt. Money rates were coster to-day, eill 1 lands loaning a.- low as . l-l per cent The bond market was broad, active and Irregular. Some of the reorgan-| Uulion Issues were strong. Total sales, par value, ?4.0:D,000. L'nlled States; bonds -were unchanged on call. Total sales of stocks were 43O,S00| shares, including American Tobacco. 1. 300; Atlantic Coa-st Dine. ;00; Chesa? peake und Ohio. S0O; Louisville and j Nashville. .'.400; Rcodlnp. 41.100; South? ern Railway. 11.000; Tennessee Copper, I 700; Union Pacific, 4.'..70U: United States | Steel, IK'.TOO; Lehlg'n Valley, 4S.?00. Now York, Junuary 3.?Money on | rail steady, 'J l-4(h3 1-C per cent.: rul? ing rate. 3 1-1; closing bid, 2: offered] at - 1?2. Time loans easier; Fixty days, 3 l-2@-3 :i-4. and 90 days, 3 3-4(5 4: Fix months. 3 3-4? 4. Prime mcrcan tile paper. 1 l-4(j>4 1-2 per cent. Ster? ling exchange firm, with actual busi? ness in bankers' bills at 14.S3B? for | sixty-day bills, and at J4.S640 for de? mand. Commercial hills, 34.S? 8-4. Bar stive:-, .".t :;.t. Mexican dollurs. It!.1 Government bonds steady. Railroad] bonds Irregular. RR H.MOND STOC K MARKET. Bid. Aakcd. 1?;:.. r,t.t ... '.?x... fty Ra'.inrd W. Mauiy. Muck und Botid Droller, 1015 E Main street Bl'hinood. Vau, January 1911 BALED AT BO A HD. Virginia Sr. Old-N? at S7?i. PTATL' .-dJCCIUTlES. Virginia r.t. Old. C. and B.. Vs. Centuries, .'?:'. C. and It CITY ?E-'-irniTlES. Richmond Citi 1?. n . 1920 RAILROAD BONDS-. A. C. L. R. It. Con. fr. 4 p. e ... f6 A. C. L Conv, Dear. 4e. IMS. ?I i'. mid O Gen'l M., 4,j. 1J92.191 i'icorrU, sou. and Fla?i IS?,. 1M i-corglu and AI?. Ten. S?. VMo. 107 N.t. and West. By. 4?. 1934. 95 Nor. und U'ol. By. Poea. ie. I9IIV. M S<aho.?rd Air Lino I., ItTO.i. *< scabomu Adjustment If. I?l9_ SJ Southern Railway im 5s. ::?m_ los so. B. Div. and ci. M. is. it-:*. 7? Western N, C. lat it. C, it'll. 19J STREET RAILWAY BONDS. Va. By. and Power Co. 5j. 1931.. KT, STREET 11V. STOCKS. Par. Va. By. and Power Co. pfd_100 SO Nu. By. a'i'1 Power Co. com....100 11 RAILROAD STOCKS. ivir. Atlantic Coast Line com.100 134 Cheaspeak? and Ohio.10) ;i Norfolk and Western com.1(0 109 southern Railway pfd.L00 71 Southern Railway com.loo z> BANK AND THL'ST CO. STOCKS. American Nattonu!.300 bOO Itro.id Streut.L'J 00 Dank o! Commerce and Truate.iou it'."... First National.101 3i ."?tcrchanta National.100 IM Mechanics and Merchants.100 77a National Bank of Virginia.100 S?3 National State and City Bank..100 190 Petersburg s-.ns. and ln?. C<?... 10 fi r feinem Nlitionul.104 ~i-> Having! Bank of Richmond_ JS 7.7 Union Bank of Richmond.00 SI j Virginia TruM Company.100 lju INSURANCE) COMPANIES, Va Fire ana Marino Ins. ;j 7-jij Va, Stat? InsOtaiico ,'pld.11.50 17 Vo, Mate rViUra'nce cum.U'.u? !_:': MI6CELLA NUOU'S. Va?On. Chetn. pfd S p. c.105 UV, Va.-Car, chemi com.10) Ia Jiiotti tlens Incomo boi uesi art, t'.a Interest paylns bondt are cb luterest must bv added, d cortlltcatcs oi Indebted BOND LIST imcnc&n tmerlcun itisntlc c >.if t 4?. ? L It. A. 1.. conv. I> (iii Hnltlmorr Ubeaapeako mid oblo couv. 4-jb Liggett At Myers 7?, w. i. Liggett A. M>?r? it, w. i. l.orHlsrd Co. 7s. *. i. l.Orlltard Company i>?. w. I. Norfolk mid Western coni. M. SMiihoiird Air Line Moinped te. .Seaboard Air Line udj. .'.?. Bout hern Railway Company ^^. Southern Hallway Company Si. Cnlted States Steel .'n?l .".?. Va.uQrowri WabasH t Wabarli-I' Fsnauia u I:' COTTON MARKKTI ri'' l "-as day i it from tli. ndy. The din* of s iiet chanre f?r tr.r uny vi,?.? p'Olnta to an advance of I polni.< with Urn active month* unchanged to " polnu lew,:. The Hun showing of <he l.lv(,r) ool rp..t hi*rket probably sncoiiraged th< Initial ad? vance, which carried prlecx &ppro\luiat^:j CO piiint, above tin: Ion- lecordf of but month. ?ut around t?ii.'? for Jsuuur> Sad l>.n tor Mio. otf.-nnsK became very hcavj Memphis ?in-i reported ihm u> National Glnncrs' Assoclstlnn Indicated lt.. ?70,000 i,a:.-a lh< cotton Kim raid, siici;??! Ilist period ?d u ist tls >? .lanuaty 1 blKg'T Ilic a?erage connection ?ot DlTerlngs with the ta;k ot Increased Vrobably uccount I'rKcty for d< clim. Tlerelpls to-day kS.vij he let tga lntt sc." ; list w eck ?nd (t,4i$ Ian j.ar. fo-day'? r. celpfa at Oslvi (ton ::'..;3r bales agatml II, fii; laet year, and at New Orleiihi H.*91 e r*iiiH 1T.4*,1 .a.'! jear. and Ml (tourtOII JJf. tAi asa'.nft 8,170 last "rr.-. (ton fit';.. January Te'eruary March .. Closed bare'.y attad} : Open. Rich. l<ow. Clo .mo yrc OPEN AN ACCOUNT WITH The Union Bank of Richmond 1107 EA8T MAIN SI'RF \t. 11.00 HAKEB A START. t PER CENT. INTEREST Official Range and Sale of Stocks in New York Suits. -tov k. By Open. Allis-Clialinors . Allls-Chiilmers pfd;. ?1.100 Amulgoinated Copper ... AH) Amor. Ami- t'h.m.. com. ;:;:ni .v.u. . I tool Silgtir, com.'. 0. 3T4) Aiiiorlcan Can . .?>.;>>> American Caii, pfd. ?W A."\or. Car an.I Foundry. Ann r. >'?>!? wad Four!., pfd A morion n COlioii Oil. ;.'??> American Linseed ?>!'.... !'?' American lyjeomotlVt' ... Am er. Locomotive, pfd..j Airier. .Malt C>.. pfd. (,2W American Snieltlng . American Sugai . I Anter. Tel. and Tel. Co... R0O Amoi lean Tobacco, com. 900'American Tobutco, pfd.. 3.000 A.iiiconda Copper . ii?> Atchlson . S.0 Atlantic Cons t lane. A. C. L of Connecticut.. : :<?? Baltimore innl Ohio. 2,139 Broohlyn Unp'd Transit. 2,076 Centra] Leather, coin 1. flfiO Canadian Bacilli . mi. Chesapeake and ?>hio ? U'< Chicago tlreat Western. r.V" ? hi.. Mil. and St. Paul... 110 Crucible Steel Cor., com. ;X?J Crucible Steel. |?fil. 17$ Chlengo and Northwest. Colorado Fuel and Iron. Colorado and Southern,. 1,32ft < :onsolldut< >| c.us . |0i) Delaware and Hudson., lien, and Bio ?Bau., coin, i irrt Den. and Bio GTun., pfd. 200 Distille rs' Sec. Cor. Ce'jut File . ?11 Brie. 1st pfd. Peel. .Min. and Km.. I too general F.looirle ?? I OKI (treat Northern, pfd 5,720 i ;re,tt Ne>rthei n Ore u>. iti.nois Central . KM?', 131 1".'.:? 21% ' i 7l-,a 19% 111 121i 1 |o% nfd.. ctfj if.'.', l2S?i us? 140*4 THOMAS BHANCII & CO., Bankers and Brokers. High; LOW. Bid. Asked. Sales. Stock. Open. High. Closing, nr. i"i 1% 1% LH?) Intcrboro-Mot. 171k w\ 7?.. ll.WO Jhlei boro-Mct., pfd. M^i f.l'? 1,N>j Int. Mcr. Marine, pfd... 21% 21% liiteriiatlouu! Paper . 550 Int. Paper", pfd. K K IM) Kan. City South., com.. 2* 19,200 Lehlgli Valley . isp* 21% ais 32% S3'4 it-. I 10% iy.-.s. CVJ-I f.ir. 102% 3S ltW% i< 77s ?;<?, 231% 7:p, It) 110% 12% 41% 51*i 31% I.V.?, 12S '.'I Hi?}'! 47 II?, i?Va ICS 4!) 1P| l?J?i 131 I0U% 134 Vj ?jo'* 235% -"*i I'?.1? 31% i:^8 110% I up; it?"i my 41 31 ?? 173? G9% 2S 1*41? i;..v. 401? f.?t 1?.', lt'ji, I li>?? I23U ?ilsville und Nashville Vu% Manhattan . SCO Mo., Kim. iiud Texas- :? Mo.. Kan. and Tc.\.. pfd. ... 200 Missouri Pacific . 39? 2,400 National Lend . 5W? 2,100 Nfetv York Central. 108% 7'-'0 N. V.. Chit, and Western 3b' 2,000 Norfolk and Western... W?, Northern Pacific . 119% 100 Pliclllo Moll . 30'a 2,015 Pennsylvania . 1^::' ? People's Oos . Pittsburgh Coal, com. l?'J Pressed Steel Car. 33?1 pressed tjtc ?; Car. pfd. iW By. Steel Spring, com... 32 42.150 Heading . 163 2M> Republic Iron and Steel 2li% 300 itepubllc I. and S.. pfd.. S?% 2.000 itdck Island . 3(A) Rock Island, pfd. 10 si.->ss-Sheffield . 2.000 Southern Pacillc . 112% 3.000 fcouthern Bui I way . 29*4 Southern It itlway, pfd. ... Standard till . 700 Tennessee Copper . 37*1 100 Texas Pacific . :>)'?? 45,90) I n ion Pacific . 1,300 United Stales Rubber 112,800 United States Stool... lOo I'nlted States Steel, pfd 111% 300 Vn.-Car. Chemical . ?IVs A'a.-t'or. Chemical, pfd. \'a. By. and Power, com ... .V? 'Va bash . r.i. 300 Wabash, pfd. 17 17 100 Western t'lion . ;o% ;oti Totnl Miles for dny, 130.30) s Tolnl sales for week (twe, days). ft Low. BUI. Asked. Closing. 10% 10% VtV* M 21% 21% 112? 1741, 111% 61% l?% p?% VI". 41; 39% M 3W? 109 llVr-v 20% 4>i 27' ivj " IV, 131 291 j til ?9% 63% l"7^ 3j% B'3Vs 1 IM, 100% Hi. Ilia, 2t.,N I7:-'H 17 4si; 4 111 1! Td C 12>) li llfl re! ;i'.i?> April. May . MO 9.36 9.21 9.2S Junr . 9.36 9.42 .... t'.Jl Juiy . :'.47 9.49 ?.35 9. to August . 9.49 9.4S _ S.4S September . 9.4S ?M 9. is 9.? October.9.<vr aw> 9.48 :>.?3 November . 9.5s ..?. 9.57 Drcfmktr . ?62 9.67 .... 9.?0 Spot cotton closed quiet: middling up? lands. 9.36; middling gulf, 9.60. Cotton. quiet: middling. 9S?: grf? receipt? 2,793 bales stock. 1SS.0X2 bales; axport to the Continent. 300 bales; Coastwise. 1.99? birles; to Japan, J.OCxl bale?. Total to-day at nil port!)?Net receipts. f9.S?3 bales; ?xport to Oreat Britain. 77.:.^ bales; to France. ?3.375 hales; to the Conti? nent. 19.041 bales; to Japan. 14,067 bales: ttofk. Lr.17.65) bale. Consolidated nl all ports?Not receipt?. IVM.tSfC bales: export to Great Britain, 91,*K bales: to Franco, 44.6S9 bales: to the Conti? nent. 116,950 bales; to Japan. 13,999 bales, to Mexico, TOO bales. Total since Foptembrr I at alt ports?Net receipts, 7.393.67I bales: export to (ire.it Urltllln, 3.J04.S2S bales: to France. 6SI.013 uulea; to the .-oiulnent. 1,212,900 bales; lu Japan, 116,099 b?k-y; t? Mexico, 3,435 boles. New Orleans, January 1?i=liort sailing, which was encouraged by rumors that the National Oinners' estimate would be 14,.V.O.. p(0 bales, cauied a net decline of Sffl'S points in tbr cotton ntarltet to-dny, the do ctinc, which began early in the morning, tioinp checked toward the rnd of the ?es ?Ion by the buying of coyorlhgi t0 realize. Futures opened steady at an advance of t>r_rs points on better c-tble-s than expected. In the atterooon short buying checked the de.-line and brought about a rally of 7 points from the lowest, Spot cotton steady and unchanged; middling. 9 3-16r.; sales on ihu spot 50" bales and 700 to arrive. Future* closed steady: January. f*.-t; February, 9.23; [March. 9.73: May, 9.40; July. 3.?6, August, .?.03, October, 3.13. LOCAL HARKET QUOTATIONS. (Furnished by Levy Cr,inini!?lon Co.. Com? mission Merchants, Richmond. Vu.i Rlehnioud, Va., January !l, 191?. ACTUAL WHOLESALF, QUOTATIONS OF MARKET. LIVE POULTRY, furkeyi, lb. 5i 17 Chickens, choice, small, tb... j it Chickens, choice, meuiuni, ib. 13 y. It Chickens, large, Ib. '<} 13i? liens, 10. 11 W 32 Hoositers, uuuh. SO fj 35 Ucesc, fat, large, each. 70 41' V0 Geese, small, each. 60 Zy 75 i Ducus. ume, youiis. lb. 13 Ducks, small, young, lb. if 12 DRESSED POULTRY. tlle?'! ui.? Poet Ott.? Turkeys, rhoice, lb. iff 71 Turkeys, fair to good, lb? 19 id JO For*-), ib.,. 13 n it Cblckent. lb. li it- 16 Geese, lb. 13 <ji. 14 Ducks, lb. M ?9 J7 OA MB. Rabbits, chobe, each. II Op 15 Rabbits, No. 2, each. ? ;i 10 Wild turkeys, lb. ? 2" eggs- Crated. In crates, nearby, fresh, elor.. -if 271? lu era let, other sections, doz. if 27',? 111 tier. Faintly. Choice, lb. 23 Si> 24 Merchants', fair, II. 4) JO LIVE STOCK. Veals, thoice t" fancy, lb.... ''.i'if S Veals, poor to fair, ib. 6 0 7 I Calves, runnt-rs. lb. ? Q. ?l Sheep, lb. 3 W Sis1 l^anibs. spring, Ib. 5 a 6H Cittic, fair to prime, lb. 3 ft &Vi Res?, Ib. 6 tr ?.75 1 COUNTRY-CURED 15 A CON. Hams, ?dl ?niokc?, small. Ib. 21 3> 22 Hums, well smoked, large. Ib. <tt 20 Sides, ueli smoked, lb. '-'iV 13 Shoulders, well tmukci. ib.,,. l-Vi? II HIDES. Dry Itint, Ib. C IS Dry salt, lb. If li M Ml K ET . , ?N?1T10N8. Poultry?Dornend heavy; r?i-^lpts tressed Poultry?Market In splendid Eggs?Market lower, but very ao lye Stuck?Vents wanted; hug.i und M;\\ york PRODUt k MARKET. X? .? Vorl. ,lantiiir> 3.--Floiir?About ttady with 11 fair Jobbing ttadc. Rye Flour -Steady. Huckwhoat Flour?Firm. Cnrit neiil and Itye- -steady Barley?Firm. itfrt ban.-, and ? '? ei. \< afloat. Options '?C. net lower. May. SI.03 9* lf.o.; July. O0*?c. ?one-Easy; export, new,70',jr. f< ?? b. afloat: futures nonilou!, Uaii--Firm; standard i.blte- SB-it. in c.natu:. No. :, 33\c. futures nominal. Fork. Ueef and <Jiai Meats?Steady. l?trd? I'iHrdj steady. Tallow ami Petroleum? Sternly, Wool?ijulei Rosla?Firm. Tur petnliie?Steady. Rice-Firm. M?.ls?.?es Sleady. Sugar?Raw, barely stead), n-nned. . 1 ? ? olfce?Futures r'osod steady hi a not less 0: from 9V :? point*. Spot, iiub't; Rio, So. 7. It'ittHijc.: s.-.-.tos. No. I. IMic.; inltil, f|ulrt; Cbnlovii, lC'v.i ist^i. nominal. Itiitler, Cheese and Eggs- rirm. I'nimof! lit net)., demand and higher; Bermuda, !?. ..mi,: M. 10 4/6.00; .Maine, bay. }2..<i.".iv 1.10: Irfiiig I si a ml, barrel, ?3.:fl: European, ;?*: 1.mir, t-.v>''i 2.60. Sabbagcs?Steady and uii? hanged Freights und Peanuts?Uli' Cottonseed oil was aet,?r wltli a nrnier undertone t . iineeiver shorts, speculative I buying :e>r western Recount, firmer .'rudo nntrkets, and local pr?fettlonal support. prices were points net higher. I January 6 241?6-27: February. f at if r..40: I Mafeh, S.nflJ.H: April. r.tStfJ.SO; May. &M; ? r1^'. I.M4J 1.20; prime summer yel ,r.-.. 6.26tf 1.60; prim., winter yeilow, 5.603 14.00; prime summer white. &%3'?59&. CltlCAOO GRAIN MARKET, "hlcsgo, DI., January 3.?Assertions thst ! crop talr.s ir. Prance; Itajy ant s??ln ha\e I been sufficient to max* the Argentina ?h?rt? I spe relatival] unimportant seemed to t?ke the strength today nj; of wheat. The |msrket c:o??d rssy a: a net rto<-|lne of |?? . Latent ending '.eft corn 'i4f'?c. to <;tc. [down; oa.li unchanged to 'AC off, acd hog producta varying from a shade lower to 5c. advance. Leading futures ranged as follow*. Open. High. Low. Cloco. WHEAT? May .IOC. l.OCAi 99l, 9?Vi July . &>., 94*4 M4, sept. S3 33 9CN PJT? COR NT Jan. 69-s MVi F9!i Stay . G3N 63!? 63li July . 63V.1 63H ?3 Sopt. BS*. f*>?i 6?V? ?34 OATS? May . 43 AtSi. *'?? ?'T/i July . 44!? 44V? 43?. 43*4 Sept. 4OI3 4AU 40 -lOVs MESS 1'OriK-rer hUl. Jan.15.47 May .15.93 15.? IB ?7 16.? . July . . . LA no?Her 10* lbs. I Jon.9.13 917 M2 Mi .May . 9.rr7 9.49 9 36 9.I? July . 9.60 o.fl 9.47 9.52 !pl.9-W 9.?." 9.61 9.63 SHORT HI US?Per 1(0 lbs. Jan.S.2T S.32 f.v* S.32 May .SM S.CO ?.ST 5.40 July . IfS S.?5 5.63 5.43 i Cash grain closed: Wheat?Xo. I red. 9i',4?J Me. ; No. 3 red. 939 94c.: No. 2 bard. 97-if 1.02; No. " hHrd, 9?!i*i r.7c.: No. 1 north? ern. fl.Qgf] 1.30: No. 2 northern, 11.08(31,08; No. 3 northern, 5191.06; No. 3 curing, S>%ff 41.02; N0 .:: spring, 95941: No. 4 spring, S3tj) OSc; velvet chuff. 90941.04; durum, 904JV 51.02. Corn?No. 2, 40U3 40<ic.: No. 3 whit,". 60g?lc.; No. 3 yellow," 609 61?ic.: No. 4. 570 f-7'.c; No. 4 white. SSV&<9 S9Hc; No. < yellow. ;.r n i'T??c. Oats?No. 3 white. 4*1*d 19"|C ; No. w hile. 47U'j 4S"?c.; No. 4 white, 45345c; standard. 4S?949V?e. Baltimore. Md., January 3.?Wheat?Firm? ier; spot, contract. 96Uc.; southern on grade, 1913*,$95VtC. Corn?Firm; spot, contract, new. CIUc. Oats? VIrm; No. 2 white. 633f,3';c. I It ye?Dull; No. i western, domestic, 4191.01, 1UCICMONU URALN MARKET, Blclnnond, Va., January' 3, 1913. IWHOLESA LB QUOTATIONS ON 'CHANGE. | WHEAT?Cur lot*. No. 2 red. Western. 9J 1.03 No. 2 rod, Virginia. jj. 1.00 No. 3 red. 99 if V'rglulu. bag lots. W ii> 9t COHN?Car lots. No. 'J white, new. Jj' 7; No. 3 white, new. 70 y No. 2 mixed. f<i< 70! No. 3 mixed. (it fj Virginia, bug lot*. 65 <J 73 Corn on the cob. ?5 (y< 70 OATS?Car lota. No. 2 mlxod. 9 61 Vi ] No. 3 mixed. ,9 51 No. 3 white. 62VS9 53 -la 3 Whits. Oli-'rj) Wlntor seed, bag lota. On 70 No. 2. Uf txa No. 3.?... 3.01 tt Virginia, bag lots. 03 <J 1.00 Wheat- Quiet. Corn?Dull. Oatt?Quiet. RICHMOND IIAV SLIRKET. Htrliniond, Va.. January 3, 1913. The quotations are as follows: So. ] Timothy. ijr u.tt No. 2 Timothy. ?> 23.00 No. 3 Timothy.19.00 Sj? No. I Clover, mixed. tf 33.00 No. 2 Clover, mixed. 19.00 0 So. 2 Clover. 18.(0 "j STRAW?Compressed . a 10.5? Loose* pressed, Urge bales.. j 11. M III I UCH.it?Compressed . Nominal Loose-pressed, large balsa... Nominal Load your cars so that hay at doors rep? resents contvitts and thus avoid rejections. 1 This market grades hay accordance | alth the rules of the National !U> Associa? tion. CATTLE MARK-*']'.?. Chicago. I!:.. January 3?Catt>?Boccipts 13,00) head. Market steady, 10c. lower. Beeves, ll.709S.50; Texas 1 tears, 44.2696.75; western -ter-ri-, 14.3990.66; Stockeis und feed? ers. IS.'.'i -i 5,70; rows and belters, 5396.40; calvea, 13.5005.50, Hog.-?Receipts r.4.000 heo.l. Market alow. Sc. lower. Ltsht. ??.SO'ti 0.12: mixed, 7-5.S5ffC.30: heavy. tj5.5S90.l0i rough. If. f.'.'.i 6'0: stood to choice heavy, $t>o> 6.J0; plg?, 15.W86.00; bulk of sales, $0.9543 6.15. en?Receipts 26,000 head. Market weak, 10c. lower. Natives, 13.7694.50; Wost <m. 13.2.704.60; ycsrllnga, 14.4696,70; lambs, [native, 41.75516.60; western, 44.7596.60. N> \v York. January 3.?Beeves?Receipts 2.317 head. Steers. S3||7.7f>; bulle, (3.75Q6.76; cows, 42195,3 l'atves -Receipt*. 1.01s head. Vciils, 17911.OO; tails. 5590-50; yearlings and barnyard calves, 5294.70; no western. Sheep i und i.ambs-Receipts E.'W. heart. Bhocp, j I.'Mil !.(??; Mills. 4392.26; lambs. ?K.5^/7.^; 1 Is, ! 1 7.". Hogs?Receipt* t*Wl head, j Quotations. I6.40fl6.65; pigs. I0.S696.M. RICIUIOND TOBACCO MARKET. ltlrhniond. Va., .lanunry 3. 1912. Following a:-c- quotations on tho Bich I tuend Tobaeco EXOhange. BROWN SHIPPING?NEW. Lugs .? 6.00 &i 7/ Short leaf. 7.S0 <f 9.01 Long loaf. 9.00 4J 11.01 Wrappers . lioo <a 13.M BRIOHT& SMOKJ3K6?Common . 7.00 ? >.? Medium . 9.00 S? 11.00 Eine. . 12.00 ? 13.0? CUTTERS?Common . 12.00 ii 12.54 Medium . 14.00 6f 16.5-? Fine .17.00 @ I8 60 Fancy . 16.60 4* 20.00 FILLERS?Common . S.00 Q U.ft) Good . 12.60 Q 13.64 . U.O) <g 18.0) IVRAPPBRB?Common . 15.00 <ff 17.00 Medium . 18.00 & 20.01 Good . 26.00 30.00 Pine . 3150 (3 37.50 Fancy . 4000 45.04 SUN-CURED?NEW. L'Jtti common. Lugs, good to prime Sooft leaf. Long leaf. Wrappers . Primings . MISCELLANEOUS MARKETS. I DRY GOODS MARKET. I New York. January lt.? The cotton ?neds i markets are inlrly steady with trading mod? erate. Yarns arc quiet Leading lines of carpets have been well sold for spring, Un? derwear und hosiery liner are quiet. Fol? lowing the revision in spring prints business I offered is of large r volume. NAVAL STORES Wilmington. N. C . January 3 ?Spirits Turpentine?Steady at 45?jr.: receipts S3 casks. Rosin?Steady at 66.36; rerelptt 104 barrels. Tar?Firm at II.SO; rucMptn ts bar rcls. t-'rudc Turpentine?F.rni at S3.303 1.50; receipts IS barrels. Savannah. Ga.. January 3.?Turpentine Firm at 50'ic; sales casks: receipts 3,OOS cailts; s-hlpmcnts .'67 casks; Clock 25,S3"i calks. Roaln?Firm; sales 2.245 barrels; re? ceipts 4.101 barrels; shipments 4.4So barrels; Stock 1K9.C16. Quote: B, 17. Charleston. S. <;., January 3.?Turpentine Firm at .">0'i'j?Ohc. Rosin?Firm. Quote: U, 16.92Vb37.15. JLARINE INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF RICIIMOXD. JANUARY .:. IS;2. ARRIVED. Steamer Brandon. Ilarncy. Norfolk, mer cliundlse and passengore, Old Dominion Line. Steamer Aurora, Furman, Petersburg and James River landings, merchandise and p ,s ireiis?rs, Furman Line. SAILED. Steamer Brandon. Hartley, Norfolk, nifr eliAndlsc and passengers. Old Dominion Lille. Steamer Po.shontae. Graves, Norlo'J; and James River landings, merchandise an. passengers, Virginia Navigation Company. Steamer Aurora, Furman, Petersburg and James River landings, merchandise and pas? sengers, Furman Line. 1 BY STRANGE DOG She Is Brought to This City for Examination of Her Injuries. [jfrecia! to Thi Times-Dispatch.-] Harrlsonburg, Va., January 3.?While fretting an armful of wood from her back porch, Mrs. .lohn II. Monger, of Mt. Crawford, llocklngham county, was attacked by a strange elog. As the dog sprang for the woman's throat she began fighting It off with a stick of wooel. Just as her strength was about to fall her. her own dog dashed around the house and .lolneel battle with the Intruder. While the two do>rs were In combat, the woman made her escape. Neighbors appeared om the scene und the supposed mad dog was shot. Mrs. Monger has been taken to Rich? mond, where a physician will examine her injuries, make An examination of tho dog's head, and then let the woman know whether she should take the Pasteur treatment. Cartridge In Mayor'* Pipe. Norfolk. Vs., .Tantinry 3.?Mayor .T. Davis Iteed. of Portsmouth, to-day dis? covered In his pipe at police head? quarters a IC-enllbre loadeyj shell. How :iit.I by whom 11 was placed In tho pipe is unknown. r> 50 13. t> <v> 7.50 5( 6.64 S.W ?|, li.uo 11.00 ':t 12.4)0 12.60 fl 17.60 LID <i <>..j Many Men In various sections of the State would find it would work well to have a Richmond account with a strong institution which pays interest on personal accounts, which are at any time subject to check. Correspondence invited. 1106 East Main Street. RICHMOND, VA. Capital One Million Dollars An Earned Surplus Of on-; million'dollars mcnnj that this bank lias from year to year laid aside a fnlr proportion of Its earnings for the additional protection ?f it,s depositors. Tho policy has lessoned the dividends of the stockholders, but ha* made a strong hank and attracted much new business. First National Bank 1104 E. Main Street. Capital and Surplus, S?,000.000.00. ' To-day is it better day than to-morrpw in which to open an account with the Manchester National Bank National Bank ot Virginia Capital, - $1,200,000 Surplus, - $ 600,003 Accounts solicited Ninth and Main Streat wiart the new year right by opening an account with this strong bank. Commonwealth Bank E. A. BARoEa, JR. Certified Pablle Aeconntaatv t A. BARBER & Ca ACCOUNTING. ACDrTUIOi ORGANIZING, SYSTlEMATIXlNQ? 21B Jlul'in! Uulldlns. ?hone Mud. 531=1. .Richmond. Vs? Facts? Figures? Verified^ CHARLES F, HUDNALL, KVnrtVSXK accounting" SYSTEMATIZING. 999 TtaTeteru Bldfc., Richmond, Va. Monroe 431. Virginia Trust Company' Richmond, Va. This Company, hating qualified as Executor of the EstJtc of Michael Mur? phy, deceased, all persons having claims against said cstat; arc requested to pre? sent them at this office, and* those in? debted to the estate will please make payment. Virginia Trust Company Executor of Michael Murphy t?otrl0 Table d'llote Dinner* Satordar nod Sunday crenlncn, O to O oVIurl;, Sl.no euch. THE JEFFERSON Richmond, Va. The most magnificent hote\ In the South. European plan. Rooms single and en suite, with and without baths. Spacious sample rooms. Rate. Si.50 per day and upward. _ Atlantic C?p^e?ovti GALEN HALL Hotel and Sanatorium, With Its elegant comforts. Its tonlo and curative baths and superior table and service, is an Ideal placo for fall and winter. Always open. Ahvavs ready. Always busy. P. !>. Von nir, General Manager Atlantic City ftTolimond, Va.. December :i0. IJIL"! TO WHOM IT MAN CONCERN: I, as proprietor of the concern known as F\ N. Stelgleder & Co.. Electrical Contractors, have this day sold to f. n. Stelgleder the said business, and will hereafter be In no way re? sponsible for any debts contracted by the said concern. Mr. Stelgleder .issumcB all of the outntnndlng obli? gations and will collocf for "nls own nccount all debts duo the said con? cern. Thanking the public for the kind patronage given inc. I bog to bespeak for Mr. Stelgleder contin? uance of the same. CHAS. B. WHITLOCK. Richmond. Va.. December 31, 1911. THE FIRM OF WORTIIAM ft HATKE Is this day dissolved by mutual con? sent. CHARLES K. WORTHAM. JR.. LOUIS R. HATKK. Richmond, Vs.. December 31, 1911. THE FIRM OF WORTIIAM & HAT KB, composed of Mr. Charles E. Wor thnm .Tt.. and myself, having dissolv? ed. I hog to advise tho insuring pub. lie that I will continue In the gen oral Insurance business at No. 414 American National Bank Building. Richmond, Va. I will continue to reprosent the companies heretofore represented by Wortham & Hatke, nnd shall endeavor to give tho best attention to all business entrusted to my care. Thanking nil for their past patronaKO, I am. Very respectfully. louis b. KATKEj SinantiaL January Investments Wo offer for snle ami recommtncl to Investors the following attractive bonds VJKLiDING ON THIS 1NVE8TMKST to CVs% Net. Cnrollun Central Ilnllrund First MortgttRe 4s. due IfMO. These bonds eiri one of the underlying issues of the Seaboard Air Line System, ami are sueured directly by a ilrat mortgage on the Hue from Wilmington. N. C. to Itutherfordton, N. C. about 271 miles. Price. ?5 rniil Intercut. Vlcld on the investment about...... ?| ltussrll County, Ylrglulii. !>',', Uonds. Due 1910. These bund; are a par! of a recent Issue of )t70,000, dated January 1. 1913. The total debt of the county is j 12.",,000. Bonds Issued for now ruttdu. Price, loo. yield on Investment about... ltnlclgh und Charleston IC. It. Prior Lien, First fliirtKniir, 4% Honda. Dated I SOG, du?' i 0r,C: interest payable February and August. These bonds arc part of u totol Issue of ISIfiO.OOA, s retired by direct tlrst lien on the Knlelgh and Charleston Railroad, at the rate of about J.^.utn po' mips. The Raleigh ami Charleston Itail road Is earning about double the interest cliul'goa on these bonds, anil. In addition t this, the bonds are guaranteed, principal und Interest, by the .Sei.board Air 1,111c Hallway. Prire, .Ml nud Interest. Yield on Investment about.4:.'i % fc'et Seaboard Air l.liu- Italtvray First nnd Itefuiidluc Mortgage ?!'< Bonds. Duo 1950. The net earning? of the Seaboard system for the last llscal year, over an I above llxcd interest charges and rentals, exceeded three million dollars. Price, S'J nod Intercut. Yield on Investment nbqut. yrf llnlrlnh ami Charleston It. It. First Consolidated Mortisuge 'i'i. Bonds. 1 Duo lfi??: lntcre. .t pqyalila February and August. The principal atid Interest of th isa bonds I., guaranteed by the Seaboard Air Line Railway, whoso not earnings for the lust fiscal year, over and above its own Used charges, amounted .to $:i.i'7S.i.*0. or more than 189 times C interest charge on all R. A> G. R. R. bonds;. It. & C. lt. It. bunds outstanding, IiicIikJiiik $3."i0.0l>o prior lien I?. JilO.OiO. Price, so nnd Interest. Vlcld on Investment.&Ki% Net Virginia Itnllrray and PoiTer Co. First and Itefundlng .Mortgage 6% Gold floods. Secured by a first mortgage on practically the entire property of the Virginia R..Ilway and Power Company In the cities of Richmond and Petersburg. Including; the Interurban lines botween the two cities. The property embraces street car lines und also . commercial lighting and power business. For the \nrt fiscal year the company's net earnings amounted to more than double the amount of ull Interest charges for thai period; Price. 117 Ms and Intercut. Yield on investment about........ T>\\;\ ?t Norfolk and I'ortsmotitli Traction Co, First Mortkoge 5% Bonds. These bonds urn covered b"- a first mortgage on very valuable etreet railway and lighting pre parties In Norfolk, Va? and vicin? ity, which properties, since July. 1911, .have become a part of the Virginia Railway and Power Company system The Virginia Railway and Pow r Company Is now paying regular dividends on 19,200.000 of "preferred stock, and has also commenced tho payment of dividends on 112.000.000 of common stock. Price. 80 and Interest. Yield on Investment about.rtj, xct Old Dominion Iron anil Nail Works IMrst Consolidated Mortgage OTo Gold Bonds. Sscured by direct mortgage on the property of the Old Domin? ion Iron and Nail Works, cnVbractng some 58 acres within lh>> coroorato limits of Richmond. These, works wero established moro than sixty years ago, and are ono of tho oldest of Rich? mond's Industries. Price, 100 and Interest. Yield on Investment about.6% Nct Interstate Chemical Corporation First Mortgage Sinking Fand 6% Gold Ilonas. These bonds are secured by a mortgage upon properties valued .-1 more than throe, times tho total amount of the mortgage, and whose net earnl-igs tor the past year, bcfor>i the conntructlon of the Important additions and new plants which are to be built with thr proceeds of this 91.500.000 Issu-: of bonds amounted, wo urn officially advised, to a"bovt double Its total Interest charges. Tn addition to being; secured by o first mortgage on tho val? uable Properties of the Interstate Chemical Company in North Carolina, ItVOrgla .n.i "Iprldtt; these bonds have a further benefit of n sinking fund sufficient to retire practically the ontirn Issue nt iio ruul Interest before their maturity In 1931. Price. OS nnd interest. Yield on Investment about.O'-i'i Net Sprclnl ctrcnlain regarding the bonds offered above may he obtained on application. Correspiindrnee Invited. Putted State? liorrrtinirnt, ?tnfe nntl City Bonds. Hunk Stocks, Insurance Shares and industrial Issues bought and sold on commission. John L. Williams & Sons, BANKERS 801 East Main Street Richmond, Va. To MvestorS First Mortgage 0 To Yield On The Investment e\% NET We offer for sale a limited amount of the bonds above referred to, which are secured on property values at more than three times the amount of the total issue of bonds, and whose net earning power is estimated at more than five times the total interest charges. Wo shall bo pleased to furnish full particulars upon application. Correspondence and Interviews Invited. BANKERS And Dealers In High Grade Investment Bonds Corner Eighth and Main Streets, - RICHMOND, VA. Your January Dividends In Our Savings Department Draw 3% Interest Payable on Demand Wc trust you will start the year 1912 by opening an account with the JOESPH E. WILLARD A. R. HOLLADAY .. . R. M. KENT, Jr. R. B. CAMPBELI. .President ..Vice-President .Cash.?. Assistant Cashier 714 American National Bank Building, Telephone Madison 2716.