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New York
Stock Market
New York, January 15.?Thcro is
little to distinguish the record of to
day'o truding in slocks from thul of
last week, with Us uncortuln move?
ments and undercurrent of heaviness.
No new influences of importance were
brought to bear upon the securities
market, and traders showers showed
un Increasing predisposition toward
tbc bear side. Prices were depressed
in the early part of the day, but later
tho market advanced In a hesitating
way. Toward the close a br.sk buy?
ing movemer.t largely erased the
losses and the end of the day found
price changes in most cases Insigni?
ficant.
Ab prices moved downward opera?
tions for the short account were en?
couraged by reports of sell! k by Im?
portant financial Interests. The move?
ment seemed to derive Its chief Im?
petus, however, from short selling by
the professional elements. It was di?
rected against the stocks which were
conspicuously heavy last week, par?
ticularly lint coppers, llarrlman Isaacs
and St. Paul. These Issues and a few
of the less active stocks were de?
pressed a point or so. but the bears
were unable to dislodge long stock and
losses in most cases were small.
The coal stocks moved In eccentric
fashion. After decllnli.g moderately
they became strong, und both Read?
ing and Lehlgh Valley at o::e t'.mo
stood nearly C points above tho pre?
vious close. St. Paul was the conspi?
cuous feature of the late trading. It
became strong and active late in the
day, and closed with a small gain.
An Influence which helped to hrlng
about the Improvement In tonq was
the evidence, as the day progressed, of
a broader inquiry for Investment se?
curities.
The great gains In cash reported in
Saturday's bank statement exerted a
hontlmental Influence upon the money
market, although there was scarcely
any borrowing of time funds, and the
inquiry for call money fell fur short
of the available supply.
The bond market '"'as irregular.
Total sales, por value. JS,004,000. United
States bonds were unchanged on call.
Total sales for the day. 417,100 shares.
New Tork, January 15.?Money on
call steady. 3 1-402 1-9 per cent.; rul?
ing rate. 3 3-8; closing bid, 2 3-8: of?
fered at 3 1-2 per cent. Time loans
easier; sixty days, 2 3-4fli3 per cent-.
and ninety days lending at 3: six
months lending at 3 1-2 percent. Prlm't
mercantile paper, 3 3-4 to 4 1-4 per
cent. Sterling exchango steady, with
actual business In bankers' bills at
54.837. for sixty days, and at J4.S7 for
demand. Commercial bills. J4.S3. Bar
silver. E5 1-2. Mexican dollars, 47.
RICHMOND STOCK MARKET.
By Richard W. Maury.
Stock a-d Bond Broker. 1015 B. Main Street. |
Richmond. Va., January 15. 191;!.
SALES AT BOARD.
Virginia Centurles-1.000 at SS'.j; K? at SSli;
t.Of) at SM-4.
Virginia-Carolina Chemical pfd.?1 at 121.
STATE SECURITIES Bid. Asked
Virginia 3?, Old. C. and R.. 1933.. SS?4
Va. Centuries. 2-9, C and R. 1991. Si's
CITY SECURITIES.
Rich. City it. C. uad R . 133S-19?. M
RAILROAD BONDS.
A. C. L. R R. Con. Tr. 4 p. c.... 96
C. & O. Geu'l m . 4M?. 199:. 101
Oeorgla. Sou an<J Fin., IMS. 10T
Oeorgla and Ala. Coo. 6a. i9lf. 107
Nor. and West. Ry. 4e, 195?. 98
Nor. and West. Ry. Pora. (s, 9:
Seaboard Air Line I?, !!??. SO
Seaboard Adjustment fs, 1919. S4
Southern Railway 1st 5?. IW4. !07?t
Wettern N. C. 1st 6s. C. 1914. 101
STREET RAILWAY BONDS.
Nor. and Ports. Trae. Co. 5s.
Va. Ry. and Power Co. 6s.'. 9S
STREET RY. STOCKS. Par
Va Ry. and Power Co. pfd_leo s.-it
Va. Ity. and Power Co. com_10o 43
RAILROAD STOCKS. par.
Atlantic Coast Line com.!Oo ISJU
Chesapeake and Ohio.loo yjg
Norfolk and Western com.lou ;osvj
Southern Kaiiway ptd.lvj 70
Southern Hallway com.;t-? ;s
DANK AND TRUST CO. STOCKS.
American National.190 800
Itro-.d Street. ?3
l):>n)t <>f Commerce and Trusts.1(0 li;t.j
I'irei Nation*?) .K-i
Merchants: '''.Vail oh a I.lev ,on
Nation?: Honk of Virginia.100 SM
National Slat, and City Bail'* ,.1W |?j
P.fUKurs National.Ku
??yings iia.-.k ot Richmond_ is
t'nlon Bank of Richmond.;o 315
Virginia Truft Company.100 IM
INSURANCE COMPANIES.
Va. pit* and Marine In:_ a 73
Va. State Insurance pfd.rj.jo 17
\a state Insurance com.12io pjii
MISCELLANEOUS.
***--Car. Chem. p.'d. E t. e.I0> EO
Va.-Car. Chem. com.100 V.'i
Va.-Car. Chem. 1st Mort. it. Wi
Quotations for Interim paying bonds are
?I a price t? which murrst inun t>-; added
Income bom!i und certificate* v: indebted.
BOND LIST
American Tobacco Company it. Vie
American Tob;.ceo Company o.
Atlantic Co^st Line 1st it (bin.
A. C. D.-L. and N*. col. li 4v. L|j
Chesapeake and Ohio con v. I'-.s,;i
Liggett .t Myers it. w. i.
l.lKKett Myers St. w. ,. ??.
Lorllla.-d Co. 7r, w. |? . ?
Lorllliird Co. i>s. w. i. 'Z
Norfolk and Western coin. 4s p."..
Seaboard -Mr Line stamped r, <unj,."
.- ? ;. '"?e:.; Air Line. adj. is. "*'
Southern Hallway ?>. -j
Southern Railway r.n. ,.
United Statt? S:<.:1 Ind is . j,','
t*--Brown Uro; ctfs. IbldJ ,'?
Vs.-Csr. Chem. :.t (bid). "" ,,, ?
WtibSrh deb It. . ...
(Oil ON V| ARK El!
? e%i Ising after the sharp udvaav.; ol -4.'.
?*efc and fre?;-, fr'.ing for shu-t accoa t
v rieh appeared !<? he |ni.plre,] 'by reports
*ji labor troubles In Now England hiiiw
expectations that better weather In the
Boiith would :? ud to Increased tnovoni-llt
und heavier offerings <-,.' sjiot. ' The , ? > ?
was barely Heady a: i.i, d^el'ae or i?Si l?>
points. T:ic marliei opened tlnii at >n'.?','.
var.ee of 41(12 polnti on higher LIverDDol
cables than expi .t,.:. , ... itisnalne ' reoorl
ss to the labor jitualloci In (lieai llritalfc
and a renewa. ..f Up ? -at buyln
n.ent. The opening advance, uhlth
prices bael: to nrsrl' t) ..,.?? ,, ..
?.eek. attracted very henv; renll/.i;
??ver, und It soon developed that I
1:orr was UelnK withdrawn Tnli i :.
mover
iafiietl
of last
OPEN AN ACOOl'.'.T WITH
The Union" Bank
of Richmond
1101 EAST MAIN 81UE 'il
11.00 MAKES A 8TART. . PEit
C12NT INTBKES8T
Official Range and Sale ol Stocks in New York
Stock.
it.500
6W
200
ho
MM
V>i
100
100
400
309
2,200
I .Mit)
?.SCO
1,000
100
200
8,700
500
? jjfJO
700
S?)
10.1
2,000
. 109
Allls-Chalmcrs .
.Viis-Chtilinoi.-:, pfd.
Amalgamated Copper ...
Amor. Agrt. Cliuin., com.
Amer. i>ct Sugar, com..
American Can .
A.ucrtcan Can pid.
Autor. Cur and foundry.
Amor. Car uno l'oun., pld
American Cotton Oil.
Amer. Lltueed Oil. ptd...
American Locomotive ...
A tier. Docomoilve. pfd...
Amer. .Mult ptd.
Americai! Smelling .
American Sugar .
Atner. Tel. u:el Tel. Co...
Aiherlcun Tobacco, coin.
\iiierlcun Tobacco. p(d..
A encomia Copper .
Atchlson .
Atlantic Coast Line.
a. C. D. of c U.ncctlcut.i
Uultimore an.) Ohio.
Brooklyn Rapid Transit:
Central leather, eon;....
Canadian Paiitlu .
< 'i.esapcakc alle! Ohio_
Chicago ore.n Western.
Chi., .Mil. and si. Paul...
Crucible Steel Cor., com.
Crucible Steoi. pfd.
Ch It'll go and Northwest.
Colorado Kucl and Iron.
Colorado und Southern..
Consolidated lias .
Delaware und Hudson...
Den. and Illo (Iran., com.
Den. and ltlo Gran., pfd.
Distillers' Se:. Cor.
Eue .
Erle, 1st ptd.
Fed. Mln. an 1 Era., pfd..
General Electric .
Great Northern, pfd
Great Northern Ore
Illinois Central .
lntcrhoro-Mot. .
tnterboro-Met.. pfd..
By THOMAS BRANCH ft
Opon. High. Dow. Bid. Asked
Closintc
1 1 1 1 13'
. 6',4 5>
04Vb 0t%
CO.. Bunkers and Brokers.
?a?co. Stock.
Open. High. Dow,
01?;
61 >,
y.i-j
?3
IliVj
?tfs
14114.
lei*:
1?X>
133%
155?
120
I?'
12 iw,
17?
647s
61-i
"4S%
11-?
03
3l"
II?
10
io*4
lil'4
.03%
1 'o'.s
iw:?
103??
7!>N
II)??
108
12%
VI
fi3*?
00?.
ri'i
ISO
12?! i
:55'.i
l?3
It';
140*4
I' M' s
133'.i
51
l.SS'a
126
?s?\
139*4
I7?
KM4
56'::
It'.'i
61
07
11!?
92%
02*4 ivi
115-'.- IWi
4?; Id's
83% ?I
102*? 104
116
111
251
l03%
1M-?
l*Hi
2M
I03H
HGU, |0u*a
IW'.., 131
2"7 24ES
Hcji? p.3";.
400
62,700
K?>
??0
225
000
?10")
?O>
coo
2.000
1,000
19Vi 11*?
22MI 2it?'.?
W% 7?>i
17? li
n'7-l4 io;j?
lay,
S3 Sit?
111% 142
26 *i
200
locaxj
(I
Hl?i
10714
21'?
43 \i
W>A
bi>4
37
112
ltVs'i
44
31
31
U si
SS>
|?S% lC'j!.
12'J 127
189%
17'?
?%
1.300
2,041
2,300
:?)
I'tl
6".fmi
200
73.tJ.>il
SOU
100
111)
Int. Mer. Marine, pfd... 22
International Paper .
Int. Paper, pfd.
Knn. City South., com.. 37%
Dehlgh Valley . ISlVi
Uggett-Myers, com.... l??J%
l/ggott-.Myel'S. pfd.l06Vi
J...rillard Co.. coin. 170%
Lorillnrd Co.. pfd.U.0%
t.otilsvlile und Nashville ...
.Manhattan .
Mo.. Kun. and Texas.... SSV?
.Mo.. Kan. and Tox., pfd. ...
Missouri P.icltic . 36Vj
.National Dead . f'3
New York Ctntral.106*?
N. V.. Ont. and Western ...
Norfolk and Wesiern... 109?,
Northern Pacific .1R>9?
Paclllc Mall .
Pennsylvania .
People's (las .
Pittsburgh Coal, com...
Pressed Steel cur.
Pressed Steel Car, pfd..
Ry. Steel Spring, com...
Reading .
Republic Iron and Steel
Republic I. und S.. pfd..
Kock Is.and .
Rock Islnnd, pfd.
Sloss-ShclTlcId .
Southern Pacific
Southern Railway
Southern Railway, pfd. 70
Standard Oil .
Tennessee Copper . 37'?
Texas Pacific . 21*4
Union Paclllc. 166%
United Slates Rubber... 47?i
Culled States Steel. 66
Culled States Steel, pfd 110??
Va.-C'ar. Chemical . 53
Va.-Car. Chemical, pfd.. 121?*
Va. Ry. and Power, com ...
Va. Ry. and Power, pfd. ...
Wnbosh .
Wabash, pfd.
Western Union . J3V?
Total sties for day, 414,'
123
105
32Vi
30%
152
SIM
1S5%
156'?
107
171
1WV.
KU'??
115??
24%
p,.:i4
2s%
66%
3!";s
id
1SH4
166!?
100%
170??
U?i?
39%
62??
106??
i?s%
Uty
122 ?
105
80??
161H
241?
50
IQOVl
69?,
166' i
47
65't,
110%
53
121*4
Bid. Asked.
Closing
2VA a
9% W
46?? 46^4.
27H
iiK S2?s
'?? shares.
107'?
172
135
28
63
39>.?
62 Vi
10?Vi
37?.
31 Hi
123%
10.>'i
l.SKj
32 Vi
10?)
20%
132%
24%
89%
670
87%
21(5
IHV'i
46 t?
665?
HO?*
53
121
431.J
S2\i
Vi
lSVi
J2?4
sentiment in favor o! reaction, and the
market became weaker during the middle
o.' tho day with prices gradually earing off
to a net loss of about 13 515 points on the
active positions. Around 9.52 for May there |
was a better demand, anil tht decline of.
about S<3' points from Ihc opening price*
ivas followed by a small rally In the late I
trading, with the close 44JB po'.nuj up from
the lowest on active positions. No definite
reports were received from Liverpool a' to
the outcome ot to-day's strike conference, ,
but early settlement was undoubtedly ex-i
peeled, and was supposed tu account for;
the strength of the Engll'h market. Bet?
ter weather was reported In the South, and ,
while an Impression was created here that i
holders were offering spots a little more
freely, there were also reports of n better
demand for low grades, with local spot ?
dealers reporting that considerable cotton .
"?as being purchased for Bombay. Wash- |
Ington advices reported a proposal to post- j
pone the government's acreage report from j
Juno until July. i
ttecelpts to-day ?r..5SS bales against!
(9,401 last week and M.6?:. last year. To- 1
day's receipts at Galveston 14.470 bales
against 12.972 last year: at New Orleans 1.700,
hales against '1,119 last year, ar.d at Hous- I
ton 11.771 bales against 15,.ISO lost year.
Cotton futures closed barely steady:
Open, lllch. Low, Clu'e \
January . 9 Cl 9.(4 9.2'. 9.79 I
February . 9.4S 9.45 9.33,
March . 9.M 9.6? 9.03 MS:
April . 0.4*
May .9.77 9.T0 ?.r,3 S.&5 |
June .'9S? J.R4 S?.?e? 9.?t I
July .9.S5 . P.SS 9.SS
August . S.fo 9.*S 9.?*9
September . 9 92 9.92 9.70 f.71
October . 9 96 9.9? 9.7?. 9.78
November . 9 ?9 9..S9 9.83 .
December .10. nil 10.00 9.S3 9.<? j
Spot cotton closed oulet. 15 nolnte lower; .
middling uplandt. 9fO; middling gulf, 9.7i
Sales 3.4C2 bales.
f'otion. oul't: middling. 9.80; gross receipts
(6S bales: sales. I.462 bales; stock. 1S9.5S!'
bales; export to Great Urltaln. 6.164 bnb-s:
to the Continent, 590 baits; Coistwlse, 2,591 .
bales.
Total to-day at all ports?Net receipts.
5S.IS3 hairs; export to Grent Britain. 6.:97 .
hales; to the Continent, .70.K79 bales; to.
Jap??. 6.076 hales; stock. 1,392.944 bales.
Consolidated at all ports?Net receipts.
e?,r,S2 baler; export to Great Britain. 22,'38
bales: to France. S"i.*'7r, hales; to the Conti?
nent. 75.f6l bales; to Japan, t.OCfl bales. j
Total since September 1 at nil ports?Net
receipt?. 7.945.945 bales; rxport to Great
Britain. 2,44?>,039 bales; to France. 7T."..3<4
baler; to the Continent, 2.4*2.195 bales; to
J;. nan, 2I7.S16 boles; to Mexico. 1.297 bales, j
New Orlenns. January :5.--<"ot!on futures
opened steady at an advance of Iftl points
on good euhles. The close was steady at a
net decline of ISQ'lt points. July showed
the most strength. After the call the later
months sold S'tf''. points lip. Longs offered |
considerable cotton and prices foil off.
was the gossip of the floor that large longa j
were feeding out cotton. Prices gradually
i ssed off until at noon they were 10ff II I
points down. In the afternoon the market
held it* e??y tone. Spot easier olid unchan*|
ed: middling. 9*?c. Cotton futures closet!
rteady. I'loslm: aMs: January, 91^; Feb.
riiary, 9.61; March. 9,67: May, ?.?.?: July. |
9?2; August, 9 ?1 aaked; October. 9.T7.
LOCAL MA ItK KT QUOTATIONS.
(Furnished by Levy Commission r".i . Com?
mission Merehnnts, Itlchrnond, Vs.i
Richmond, Va.. January 18, ^912.
ACTUAL WIIOLKf??T.K QUOTATIONS OF
MARKET.
LIVE POULTRT,
Chicken., lb. 13 i? It
Urns, lb. 13 '# ,
Roosters, old, ai to size. Ih.. S3 5 40 1
Geoe. f.ich. ? 5t SS !
Chickens.
Hen*, eh
lUbbltl
Itibbltl
Wild
rt 11
ir 14
it 11
Medium, bhl..,;. 2.-,o .) 2M
Cabbag?, ?,rr '?** "-??. l.'i it
M.MlK'lT- CONDITION/!.
Live Poultry--Turl:*yi wry tow and hard
?t" II nt any T-rie?. They r.:.. hot wanted.
(211,CKeni nre. neni -. tout i'radv.
f?,e?.<ed Poultry -Turkeys lower mid du:'.'.
Market overloaded sad no- wanted. Don't
ship any more liatll advised.
1 KxRS-Frtsh staefc very aetlv? -and scarce,
j Came?I'.nbbltt very aetlv?, W.ld turkeys
scarce and active.
Butter?Fresh stock very oearce and hard
to set.
Live Stock?Veals and hogs In good. SC
tlve demand. Sheep. Iambi and cnttle fair?
ly active.
NEW YORK PRODCCE MARKET.
New Vorh, January IS.?Flour?Steady with I
a Talr loral trade. Kye Flour, Buckwheat
Klour?lloth firm. Cornmca!?Sieauy. Hye?I
Klrm. Da rlcy?Strong. When t?Steady; No.'
i red, N*Ac. elevator, export basis and il 1.1
o b. adoat. uptiuna cloied Hh^c. not low?
er. May. fl.03S.Mc.; July. 99 ?c. Corn?Firm;
export, new, 70c. f. o. b. atloac Futures
nominn!. (Jsta? Steady. Futures nominal.
Pork and Beef?steady. Cuts Meuta?Baro
ly steady. Lard?stuady. Tailow?yulet.
Petroleum?Steady. Wool?Quiet. Hosln and
Turpentine?Quiet. Molasses?Steady. Hico?
Klrm. sugar?Huw. steady. Coffee?Futures I
ciosed nrm at a net advance of -??'?ylJ points, i
t-pot, quiet; Itlo, No. 7. lie.j Santos, No. I,]
laljc.; mild, quiet; Cordova. i.'.;3 17'ic. nom?
inal, llu'.ter and Cheese?Firm. Eggs?I
Quiet.
Potatoes? in light supply and nrm wlth|
domestic higher. Bermuda, late crop, har
rel, M.StftJ6 Maine. In bulk, per 1!>0
pounds. U-M -i 4.(0; State do.. $3.:oi) 3-i?;
Long ifiand. barrel. 12.0091-00: European,
per lfe-pound bugs. ?:.5j ?, ..-.i; Jersey sweets I
basket. ILZStyLS*. Cabbages?Firm and |
higher; red, per ton, l;l e ?.w; Dan,ah seed.
;.'.n. cO.OO; domestic, !.5'a iW'J. Freights?
ejulel; cotton to Liverpool, per 10) pound*.
tuij OVC.; grain. 3Vid.; to London, t v I'sd.
Cottonsted oil was firm early on higher |
crude markets and tears of damage to ?<
from Heeling weather. Later. howet
prices eased off under selling for western]
account and local realising. Closing prices
were generally .02 points net higher. Jan?
uary. i.39ty6.42; February, i.i.'a ;>...(; March.]
i-Siiuii.'; April. 6.bSr? 0.611: May, .Ytey 6.66.
(Time crude, 4.(0 nominal; prime cummer |
yellow, 5.35*i 6.50: prime winter yeuow. 5.tr0<j
6.6v; prime summer white. 5.C?0O.OO.
CHICAGO GRAIN WIRKET,
Chicago. January 16.?Revised estimates, |
luiiivattug, Inai uespilu heavy crop UaiuaKe,
ins Aigeitune Wtfuid have an expon.ouie
surplus oi i,uev.juu buahuis ,arger tnun ever
ivelore, resu.teu to-uuy in brean.ng trie bacal
ui the marKut tor vvneat. ideas that tue |
price nau been (legged to stay til II a busnei
were sent to I he scr:i|i heap. Closing ng
ures gftuwid u ueenne oi He. to it'uac. ttoiul
Satlirutiy mgat. Corn hnisned a HiiSuu low?
er to %u. up, uau unailureu, and hog pro- ]
ui.ets varying troin ?JjC down to a line ad?
vance.
Leading futur'.-s ranged as follows:
Upen. High. Low. Close. ]
WHEAT?
May . LOO 1.00", 59?i CM, I
Juiy . 96 04 :?(?? 9?*j|
hept. l<i 93!? f'.'-4 92:j
LOlvA
Jan. 61?: Cl'i ?I1: ?1S
May . tV.i 65>, 64?? 64?4
Juiy . 64',? S>? C(-4 64**
Sept. 61** O?S S>>'? 6?V*
OA I s?
May . ?r?l? 40?; 4?', 494
July . 44-?i 41', 44ri 44-?
Sept. 40 W'i 40 40>?
..n-...-> POIlii.?Per hin.
Jan.li.Vl 1&.S2 15.? 13.81 I
May .4.35 1?? 16.36 16.30 j
July .10.4. 14.53 16.45 16.45 .
Per PJu lbs.
Jan. 9.40 9.10 9.37 9.37
May . 9.?9 9.6.' 9.? 9.65
July . s.72 9.73 9.67 9.67
Sept.U.S'.' 9.35 9.S0 9.10
SHOUT Hi BS?Per 10) lbs
Jan.?6o E.CO 6.57 9.69
May .S.s) s.<5 8.75 S.77
July . 9.81 S.90 5.S5 S.S5
Cash grain closed: Wheat?No. 2 red. v>\
(397c.: No. 3 red. !'3<ii9:.c.; No. 2 hard. 994f
11.02; No. 5 hard. 95011: No. I northern,
$..?(?9 1.10; No. > northern, ll.05til.0j; No. 11
northern. Il.Oi\i l/>7; No. 2 spring. ?<j{l.05:
No. 3 spring. ! <; y ?l.o:.; No. 4 spring, 904]
JI.':: velvet chaff. 9001.04; durum. tOfftl.OS.
Corn?No. 2. G3c.; No. 3. 61*44)42?.; No. 3
white. 6:', if t.t.j.-.; No. 3 yellow. GIQdlUc.:
No. 4. 60C6GC.; No. 4 white. 60<l?7*2c; No. 4
yellow, 60061c. Oats?No. 49c.; No. 3
while. WtfMUlC.; No. 3 white. 4H'(i(M,c.; So.
I white, iS'i 319'iC.; standard. l9<sU50'.<C
Elgin. 111.. Jnntiary 13.?Duller? Firm at
4oc.. an advance of 4c. over last week.
Output for the week 613.0(e) pounds.
Baltimore, Md., January 13. ? Wheat? Mar
ket firmer; epot. contract. S-?'.ic. Corn
Market Arm; ?rot. contract, 6?c. OAI.??
Steady; No. a white. MHo, Rya?Steady; No.
2 weitem, domestic. 11 3*1.01.
RICHMOND CHAIN MARKET.
Richmond, Va., January It. 1012.
WHOLESALE QUOTA! IONS ON 'CMANOE. |
WHLA'l?Car loie.
No. i ted, Western. 911.93
No. 2 red, Virginia.I LOO ?
No. 2 red. 1.00 ?
Virginia, bag lots. SO ?* 98
COU.N?Car 'ot?.
No. 3 white. C 73
No. 9 white. 65% & 69% I
No. 2 mixed. ? 70% |
No. 3 mixed. 07%?
Virginia, bag lot?. "0 Q
Corn un ibe cob. 00 <3 '
OATS?Car lots.
No. 2 mixed. Q I
No. 3 mixed. 62 ?f
No. 3 white. ?? 61% |
No. 3 while. cl -Q
Wintei cued, bag lots. 60 tp 70
R1 B?Car lots
No. 2. 9 103
No. 3. ?j 1.01
Virginia, ba.b lota. 9S '<X 1.01
Wheat?Quiet. Cora ?In fair demand. Oal?|
-Dull.
CATTLE MARKETS,
Chicago, 11!., January l5.?CBttle?Receipts
17.000 head. Market generally 10c. high
Beeves, J4.754tS.W-. Texas alter?, f4.30tfi.9t,
western steers, $4.76tf7.36; sioeker? and teed,
er?. fS.50ii'.90. cows and hellers. |2:y6.70
calves. I6.60tf9.60. Hogs?llcceiple 20.409. head.
.Market, ?low. 5c. higner. Lig'u. Ia.90tf6.30;
mixed, $?>.lU'o"6.45: heavy, tf.t0tf6.471i; rough.
?6.10'u 6.30; ptge, |L?0tf6.5O; bulje uf sales,
vo..o ./?.Pj. bheep? htceipif 20.e?? head. Mar?
ket Htrong. generally ivc. higher. Native,
?3.10 u 6.00; western, JV'.SS'S u.io; yearlings.
ta.Satf6.3i; Iambi, native. It.6utfj.40; weitem.
|6.ic?1r7.t0. |
New Torh. January 15. ?Beeves?Receipts i
2,019 head, steers tirm to 10c. higher; bull?!
many to strong: tat cows easier; thin cows 1
firm lo .5e. higner; medium co?'j Irregular. I
fleers, ?.".'u T.'.?; extra, quotable at iS; buns,
|4tj*.<m; cows, (2.60 u 5.50. Calve??Receipts I
.'.-'.2 head. Veals easier other calves steauy. !
?eals. 1?911.00; culls. Itfj.7.60; barnyard I
calves. Stifa.K): feil. tl.iStxa.?V. western. !
nominal, sheep and Lamos?Receipt? ..4.2.-S i
head. Sheep iteady; lambs lower. Sheep, I
|3tf 4.69; call?, 62.titf2.76; lambs. S6ii7.50;j
eti I is. 1H_i5.:5; yearlings, t5*j6.00. Hogs?lie
celpta 14,663 head. Market ctcady to
shade lower at 56.361/64?.
RICHMOND TOBACCO MARKET.
Richmond, > a., January lc, 191.'.
Following an ^?o.auou? un ttie men
aiond Too.ieca Exchange.
BROWN oeiiri'l.NO? .NEW.
UUg? .I ?, w & I 7..\<
tuurt teat. ?.6l v 9.ut
Long laai. ?.i*> w ii.n
.wrappers . U.IM u IX.VI
BRiuara
bMoKERS?Common . 7.00 It S..
Meuiuni . V.tfU (g xi.i
Mil* . ILvO (g U.I
i'Ui i?twcomii.ua . )i.uj ig it..
xi?aium . H.im hi 16*.
Fine . i. e.; :j u, ju
Fancy . Is.om y Jv.uu
rlLi-iiits?Common . t.vj ^ U.l?j
Oouu . L vi U.?4j
1' i'ie . U.uu ftj u.iij
IV it a i'l'r-no?Common . lo.tW <a 17.tit
MeUium . ?..ml ij,
Lroou . 2i.'/? y .su.uy
1 me . tx.it if Jj.
l-'aacy . 4u.w 'a Ij.vs
SUN-LURED?NEW.
Lug?, common. 5.50 3 6.60
Lug?, goou to prune. 7.50 & i.iv
t>iiurt lea;. S.w ?p I1.S4J
Long leal. ll.t/j (j
Wrappers . \zM y> n.5i?
Primings . 1,111 ^
MISCELLANEOUS MARKETS.
PETERSBURG PEANUT MARKET.
I Reported hy Itodgrrs. McCabe & Co.?
Petersburg. V?., January 15.?Peanuts.?
Spanish.?Small Spanish firm at S5o, per
bushel, good demand; Jumbo Spanish firm ?I
SO.-, per bilihel, good demand. Virginias.
Fancy Jc/ibp, 4 y 4V;c. prr p&and ; fancy
handplckeu, S'le. per pound: extra prime. 5''
"'I P.1*.-. per pound; prime. 3'.<\ per pound;
Act as Executor and Trustee under wills, as has
been stated in this space for some days past, but
we call attention this morning to that other impor?
tant branch of the Company's business, to-wit:
3% Interest Allowed on Personal, Sav?
ings and inactive Accounts.
A good many people wi'.l read this who ought to
have accounts here. Will they please accept this as
a special invitation to come in to-day?
Travelers Building,
RICHMOND, VIRGINIA.
Capital, One Million
maobin? pieke?. 301ttc. p?r pound; iheltlng
stoott. !ft92Kc.
DRT GOODS MARKET.
Now York. January 15.?The cotton goods
market* are steady, but very active Blank?
et* and nappod cottons tor (all are being
dlapiayed by all the large houses, but buy?
ers are not moving as yet. as prices havs
not been made. Jobbers are doing a light
trade. Cotton yarns ruled firm.
NAVAL STORES.
Wilmington. N. C.. January l?.-tipirlts
Turpentine?Quoted at S'.je. Rosin?Nothing
doing. Tot-Firm at ?1.S0. Crude Turpen?
tine? Firm at |3.S02f (.60.
Savannah, Ga., January 15.?Turpentine
Firm at MLe.: sales SS casks; receipt? fC
casks; shipments 1,762 casks: stock .'-"..;>:.
canto. Roelr??Firm: receipts "54 borrals;
shipments S.75S barrels; stock 1S1,7H barrels.
Quote: B. $0.57'.*.
MARINE INTELLIGENCE.
TORT OF RICHMOND. JANUARY IS, WJ.
ARRIVED.
Steamer llrandon. Harncy, Nortolk. mer?
chandise and passengers. Old Dominion Line.
Steamer Berkeley, Shelly, Norfolk, moi
ehaiidlsv and passengers, old Dominion
Line.
SAILED.
Steamer Brandon. Ilarney, Norfolk, mer?
chandise und passengers, Old Dominion
Line.
Steamer Berkeley. Shelly, Norfolk, mer?
chandise and passengers, old Momlnlou
l.ln?.
Steamer Mobjnck. Graves, Norfolk i.nd
James River landings, merchandise and pas?
sengers. Virginia Navigation Company.
TWO NEAR Cti.XTl'HY MARK.
Aged NelghlKirn In llltie Hldge Moun?
tain* liuru oo Sinne Oay.
[Special to The Tlnies-Dlspatch.]
Staunton. \'u., January 15.?On ad
Joining farms In the Blue Rldgc Moun- I
tains, five tulles above Vesuvius, dwell
two romarkable old people, Mrs. Elisa
Faubcr und William Bradley, who were |
born on the same day. February 1 I, j
1*17; thereiorc each will be ninety-i
five years old In February. Born on
St. Valentine's Duy, Mrs. Faubcr Is the I
rcclpent always of a great many val- !
entlnes, and she takes great lnlcrual
in them; She is totally blind. Mr. j
Bradley reside* on the furni on which I
he was born, an old "McCormlck farm." j
of the Ilarvoater McCormlck family.
He has been married twice, and Is
the father of twenty-three children, of I
whom t wenty-lwo are living. The j
case of two near-centenarians residing i
on adjoining farms and Lorn on the i
same day in probably unique.
Injuries Trove Fatal.
[Special to The Tlmcs-Dlspatch. J
Spencer, N. C, January 15.?Jaineaj
W. Fisher, of Spencer, who was fatally
injured under n locomotive here last
week, died this afternoon In a hospital
In Salisbury, where he was umicr
treatment. One nrm and one leg were
cut off by tho engine, and he was other?
wise mangled. Pneumonia developed
last night. He Is survived by a wife
and nve young chl.drcn. The interment
will be mauc at tue old family home at
Alount PleuBant. j
REPORT OF MILLER FIND,
Ii"'einher .11, (Uli.
Commonwealth uf Virginia.
Second Auditors OlUce,
Richmond, Vu., Dec 31, mil.
His Excellency, vt Uilam nodges -Mann,
Governor of Virginia:
Sir.?Unuer tne provision of the will
of Samuel Miller, (or the estauiishinciu
und pet petual su(i|iort of a scnbol on
the manual labor principle, on u tract
oi luiiu in tne county ot Albcmulle.
and the act ot Assembly February 21.
entitled an act tu give cried to
a compromise ot the litigation in re?
spect to the construction und effect ut
tne will ot Samuel Ml tier, deceased, and
to cmabiluu tue manual la?ur scneol
provided lor in the tweniy-nith clause
of .<aio will, it is muue tne duly of tne
eccon.i Auditor to open and keep a.
separctc areoun: of tne fund given In
trust tor the above purpose, to be de?
nominated the Mlllei Fund, and annu?
ally, on the mst ot December, to make
and render a true and accurate accojnt
or the tund. showing distinctly (inj ir
detail the. receipts and disbursements
on account of the same duttng the year
Immediately preceding, u cop) of which
account, vended by (he oath of the oee
ond Auditor. Is required to be doiiv
eieu to tne Governor, to be by him laid
bciore the I,cg>.s,atu;e. and another
cyp" tnereof, verified In like manner,
to be published for one month in two
newspapers; one printed In the town
of Charlottesvllle anu the other in tne
city ol Uiehmond.
In dlscniirgo of this duty I have the
honor to pr.ient the following stale
men t.
Receipt? nnd lllsbiiriieniciili? on Ac.
couot of tbc Income of Ibe Fund
for 11*11.
RECEIPTS.
Jan. 3 ? Inicrest for
six months to Jan.
1. It'll, on ?1.011.
SC8.FJ (4-5) and t>
per cent. regis?
tered certificates.
issued under net
of l eb. 23, 1892. ..$30.9C9 U.?
July 1?Ditto to
July 1 on same;
the (1-5) are now
5 per cent.3?.9S9 05
-161.930 10
Jan. 3?Interest for
six months to
Jun. 1. It'll, on
$75,000 fllchinond
city 4 per cent.
registered bonds. 1,500 00
July 2?LUtto to
Julv 1. 1911. on
171,300 . 1.486 00
- -'.'JiSOO
May 5?Interest for
six months to
May 1. 11> II, on
?70.000 5 per cent,
registered bonds
of Virginia Agri?
cultural and Me?
chanical College.; 1,750 00
Nov. 3?Ditto to
Nov. 1, 1911, on
itanic . 1,750 0u
- 3,500 ot)
Jan 3?Interest on
C Im rl o ttesylllo
city I i-i per cent.
bonds, suio.ooo,
for six months
to Jan. 1. 1911... 3,600 00
Juiy 1 ? Ditto to
July 1, 1911. on
Mime . 3.600 00
J.m. 3?Interest for
six months on
Lynoliburg bonds
on 127,000 to Jan.
I Kill.
Feb. 1 ?On ?70.000
to Feb. I, 1011
July 3?On $27.000
to July I, 1911...
Aug. I?On tiO.OOu
to Aug. I, 1911
Interest on money
Deposited In
Planters' National
Punk from Dec.
31, IP 10. to Dee.
81. 101 1.
Jan. 10?Received of
.lohn <L Dew bal?
ance in full of the
amount paid him
an commission on
bond salon and
purchases malte
by him and after?
ward ordered re?
funded .
Feb. S?It e c elved
from Retired
Teachors' Fund
for $700 Richmond]
city bonds sold
to "settle the in?
vest merit account
debt to current
expense account..
Balance Dec. 31,
J^nancfal jr.nancta!
"The Home for Savings."
It's a Double Receipt
When you pay a bill with a check, for if your original
receipt is lost you still have your returned check to show.
Then its so convenient to drop in our bank, which is
centrally located, deposit your pin money each week, and
as the occasion arises simply give your check on us.
Interest at 3 per cent, per annum allowed on savings
accounts.
The Central National Bank
307 East Broad Street.
$81,1JG 36
DISBURSEMENTS; 1011.
On ortlur of thu County Court of AI- I
bemurlc und approved by Itio U'fird Ol I
Education:
Jan. 3?To It. 13. Pulton, su?
perintendent, for cumin',
and other expense*. J3,u?'j 00
Jun. i ? T. B. U. Fulton, su
perlntendeni. for current
and other expense*. S.lod 10
Feb. 7?To It. U. Kulton. su
perlntendont, for currcn'
and other expenses. 7,010 "0 I
March 7?T. R. B. Kulton. su?
perintendent, for current
and other expenses. i.'.'bU ol
April 4?-To It. Ii. Kulton. kU- I
per'.ntendent. for currcn: c
and other oxpensop. C.Os.'i <?> '
Slay 3?To rt. B. Kulton. .hi
perlntciidcnt, for currcn:
and other expenses. C.illo oil
June 10?To R. B. Kulton. kii
porlntendent. for current
and other expenses. 1!,?09 71
July 1?To It. U. Kulton, bu
perlntendcnt. for current
and other expenses. 3,500 00 j
July 5?To R. B. Kulton. su?
perintendent, for current
and other expenses. 6,170 31
Aug. 8?To R, Ll. Kulton, su?
perintendent, for current
und other expenses. 1,142 59 !
Sept. g?To It. B. Kulton. su?
perintendent, for current
and other expenses...?. 6,r.'7 01
Oct. 3?To It. B. Kulton. su?
perintendent, for current
and other expenses. 9,316 27
Nov. S?To R, B. Fulton, su?
perintendent, for current
and other expense*. J S5$ ^'j
Dec. 6?To Ii. B. K'Hton. hu
perlntondent, for eurren:
and other expenses. 1.600 00 |
$79.h:
Jan. 6?To W, U Maupln,
clerk of Albemurle county,
for work fur .Mil.er .Manual
Labor School, of Albetnarie. l"3
Jan. 7?To Joseph LeMasu
rler, notary, tor taking ac?
knowledgment of Joun G.
Dew. Beond Auditor, and as
such ?eci clary of the Miller
Board, to his report ol llic
Miller Fund of 1910.
Feb. *-'?To the Daliy Progress
for publishing report ol
1610 . ',?
Feb. 14? To Times-Dispatch
tor printing report ISOS
19U9 . ISO
To Jchfl G. Daw, Second Aud?
itor, for payment ot 1 per
cent, due him, as provided
In bamuel Miller's will ?
Jan. 16?
John G.
Dew. 1
per cent.
on . *66.i:e 2S>?iGtsi no
March 15
Jonn
Dew, 1
per cent.
13,179 It? 131
.May 16?
John G.
Dew. I
per cent.
on . 13.850 29? I3i 50
July 17?
John G.
Dew, 1
per cent.
on . 12.61S 53? 136 IS
Sept. 30?
John G.
Dew. 1
per cent.
on . 10.U9? 31? 103 90
Nov. 15?
John O.
Dew. 1
per cent.
oil . IS.178 52? Iii 7S
-1.313 41
S12I.343 37 -
SSI.lit
RECAPITUI*\TION.
Received during the
year 1311.JS1.135 30
Balance from 1910.. 2VJ 96
-81.425 23|
Disbursed (luring the year
lull . 81,115 17 1
i Balance in treasury. J31'j 09
j SECURITIES BcL" LiGl.NG TO MlLuEW
FUND.
The following is <i statement of the
I securities Deloiigiiig to lue .wilier Kuno,
in tue cusu>o> Ol tue Second AUui.ur:
Virginia cenin- ,
c a i e , i l Kis?
te 1 e d unuer
act of Feu. .'.',
lS'JJ, bearing 6
pe.- cent.$969,56$ 49
Bearing 11-0). . . ,u,:sou uo
-61.044.8CS 49
Lynchburg city bonos treg
istereui, I por cem. 97,000 l".>
Cbarioitesvtlie city icou
pun> bonus, I'.a per cent; 109,000 i.u
Riunmoud ?lty I registered*
bonos. -i nor coin. 71,3'ju Cu
Virginia Agrieuuural and
Mechanical College and
p o I y i o clinic Institute
(10-40) 6 per cent, bonus
(registered! . TO.ooo. eu
and cash in treasury
?u whlcn an annual inter
cm may be relied on of
$79,491.10. It wnl be seen
bv the statement of tie
I col pis and disbursements
I on account ot income thai
! there is In the treasury
to me credit of tue rund
I in cash. '.'54 75
! At r> meeting of the Miller Board.
held December -3, tOlO. il was ordered
? that John li. Dew, Second Auditor, 6
j fund stoo balance of commissions nl
j lowed hltn by tno board, thu sum cf
i ?ISo having been previously paid to
i the fund, and to sell l/Oii of Richmond
city I per cent, bonds to settle c.v>
I amount due the Income account fr'ji'.i
i iho Invstment account. On January til
! he paid lbe SUOu, and on February .?>
Isold $7t)0 Richmond city bonds for
SGSll.jj. making Si,283.56, which left a
balance In cash of $55.31 10 the erod'l
of the?mvostme'nt account lu the treas?
ury. JOHN G. DEW,
Second Auditor of Virginia and Sucre?
liu-v of the Miller Road.
State of Virginia, city of Richmond,
tc-wll:
1. Joseph LeMasurlcr, a notary public
tn and for the city aforesaid. In the
State of Virginia, do certify that J.ohri
I G. Dew. Second Auditor of Virginia, and
ex-ofllclo Secretary of the Miller Manual
Labor School of Alhemarlc, whose name,
is signed to the foregoing report, baa
' acknowledged the same before me -tnd
i has iv.ndc oath that the statements con?
tained In sold report are. true, to Hie?
best of his knowledge and bellet.
Given under my hand this Stli da;- of
! January, 1912.
JOSEPH UK MASURIER,
Notary Public.
My commission expires February ;c
L 1913
Good Methods,
Large Assets,
Courteous Service
And at Your Command
Capital, - $1,000,000
Surplus, $1,000,000
Deposits, $7,800,000
First National Bank,
1104 E. Main St.
E. A. BARBE"*, JR.
Certified Public Accountant.
L A. B..RBER &. CO.
A.CCOCNTINC.. AUDITING,
ORGANIZING. SYSTEMATlKIIfO,
210 Mutual Building;,
?Ion. Mad. Illrumnod. V?
F. F. V.
Facts? FI4ures? Verified.
CHARLES F. HUDNALL,
AUDITING, ACC??MiNG.
SYSTEM AI IZ1NG.
909 Travelers Bldft., Richmond, Va.
Monroe Ail.
Your January Dividends in our
Savings Department draw 3 per
cent, interest, payable on demand:
Bank of
Commerce and Trusts
Visit the new banking offices
of our Broad Street Branch, 102
East Broad Street.
Commonwealth Bank
National Bank oi Virginia
liDlai, $1,200,00^
LurflUJ. ? % 600,00)
A. toun's solicited
Ninth ana main Strest
South Richmond people should
avail themselves of the banking
privileges offered by the
Manchester National Bank
i)otc(s
Tnhlt- ri'llute IHnncm Saturday
null Si,nilii) c\enlca-?. <! tu '.> o'clock,
!..".<> rich.
THE JEFFERSON
Richmond, Va.
'rhe most inaunlflcohl hotel In the
Soutb. European plan, Itooms single
and or. tulle, with and without baths.
Spacious sampi? rooms.
Rate. Sl.f.O per dav und upward.
_ Stlanlic Ciw BRtsnrtb
? GALEN HALL
Hold nnd Snuntorluui,
I With Us, elegant comforts. Its tonli
and curative baths and superior table
an.l service, id an Ideal place for fall
and winter. Always open. Alvvava
leady. Always busy.
V. I,. Voiiue,
Genera! ICapik?
Atlantic Cltv
The Conlederate Museum
TWELFTH AND CLAY STREETS.
OPEN S A. M. TO t P, M.
Admission, ll?c Frei? nn i .irdo v:?.
<?xeculors' ?oftttt
ft A V in l} ;TqU A Ci FI ED ? A 3 rTl IB/exeo:
ulrlx of the lute Cnplriln John Oifa
sons, of Olen Allen. Vn.. notice is
hereby given to nil persons having
claims against bis estate to present,
?them to me at Glen Allen, Vu., duty
certified, for payment; nnd nil per?
sons Indebted to IHh estate ore ro?
il uested to make payment to me. at
the above-named place.
SAIIAH ELIZABETH FLETCHER,
Executrix of John Cuaaons. dae'd.
The Valentine Museum
j ELEV1.NTH AND CLAY streets,
Open tally from 10 A. M. to C P. M.
[ Admlss'on, ?5c. Fro* os Saturdays,

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