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New York
Stock Market
N>w York. February 2t.?Th? local
pto.-k market to-.lay rcileCted a more
cheerful outlook. bused in a mvuauru
<>a Du.- ?:tllluguest< of tiio English coal
minor,, to confer with she operators
ami on th.-- f.-tvor.ibl i outlook for an
agreement between the anthracite coal
own rs end tbelr employes with re?
gard to ., renewal of the working
agreement, which expires 'roo.ii.
Announcement made after tho elos<
6f yesterday's market that dividend
payments ..n fte-pulilic St'-'-! and iron
Would bo suspended b?cuiisc of trade
Conditions was without much effect
on that stuck to-duy, except at Ihe
outset, when tho pie-.erred ahares de?
clined over t?\<- point*, with a similar
loss In llelhleheni Stead, preferred.
From i!.is start Ihe iniirket soon de?
veloped a better tune, ami by noun all
tlo- more active Issues were sellln'K
above the previous day's st.
'me of the day's surprises was th1
declaration of the regular I ,'!-l per
cent, (iitarterly dividend on Central
throughout the session, and in only 11
Jew Unimportant Instances was It pro?
ductive of result*.
The market was ubsolutely without
leadership and drifted aimlessly. ex
. i i>t lor tome desultory doollrioi In the
?riors obscure specialties, In the final
hour tile dullness increased. Union
Vuclfic and United States Steel sell
rix. dividend on Friday, and the Impor
tahl ihtere ; in the.- - stories probnh)>
resulted from covsrlha by the short
interest, which Hi this manne;- ex?
pressed Its dlsiii'di nation t<> pay irlbup
to the lonn aeeoti'nt.
Copper share.- held steady, with re?
ports ol anotiivr advance In the metal.
The moil y movement so far thus
points to another loss to the Subtretts
Urv. Monetary interests otherwise
show no Interest except for a better
,11 tnand for commercial paper. Some
of the lar^n manufacturing companies
haw negotiated six months accommo?
dations at 3 I-" to a 3-4 per cent
"Western banks are lending consider?
able sums at these rates. The bond
:narket moved narrowly, with a mini?
mum of dealings. Total sales, pat
value, amounted to ?1.7:1.000. United
states government 3s. registered, de
et I tied 3-S per cent on call.
Total s-ales for the aay. 1,3.100
?hares.
New York, February 27.?Money on
raj, steady; I 3-S?r 2 1-2; ruling rate
nn-l closing bid. '.' 3-S; offered at 2 1-2
Tlihe loans strong; sixty days. - 3-4<B -
?Vir cents: ninety days, 393 six
imonths, 3 l-4<fr.3 1-2- Vrlmc mercan?
tile paper. 3 3-1'f. i Pcr f';"1- sf*r:
lingexchange steady. ?'Ith actual
business in bankers' hin.? at $4.5-44" for
Rlxtv-dav bills, and *i.$725 for demand.
Commercial bills. ?4 8375. liar silver,
f>S 1-;. Mexican dollars. 17.
RICHMOND STOCK MARKET.
Virginia Railway and Power Co. eotn. -S
?i l it.
. r.\tc ?vx;i:kities. Bid. Asked
Virginia !?, Old. C. and It.. lSSi.... ???
.\u. Centurli?, 2-3. C. and It.. 1901.. S.?. -c5
I1A11.ROAU 'BONDS.
A. C. 1.. R, It. i.'on. Tr. ? p. c. ?
a c. I- R. It- ,:?n^- Debs. 4?. IMS. He
e\ ana O Can! 31.. ?16?, mi... Ivl
Georgia, Sou. and Via., 1941. '0,
Georgia and Ala. i'on. i?. l'JlJ.... 107
Nor. und Wert. Ry. 4?, 19S?. ??
brnboaid Air l.lno 1?. 1050. *?
southern Hallway 1st is. . IJS
So. it. Dev and <-!. M. Is. 1654. Vi
Western N". C. 1st is, C 1M4. 103
STREET llAltAVAV BONDS.
Nor. and Ports. True-. Co. r.a, )W6.. ?'?
V.i. Hy. and Power Co. -'-s. 1*31? -'?
STUB BT UV. STOCKS. P?r.
Vn. Ry. and Tower Co. pfd.100 SS SS>,?
"Vu. Ry. .uid Power Co. com.,.. 100 H!S 10?.
ft.VIL.KOAU STOCKS. Par.
Atlantic Coaat Dine com.1? r-'.'.-j ...
Chesapeake and Ohio.1*? 71
Norfolk and Western com.1A> IU
Southern Rallwaj pfd.MO 13
Southern Hallway cum.?....100 .",
BANK AND TRUST CO. STOCKS,
American National.1(0 1:") 100
Jnoad s-tte-tl. ? ?
Dunk of Cbmtherec and Trusts.tCO lie
I'.ir. National.VM 5lu SM
Merchants National.iw t;j
:.:ii.onK! Dank or Virginia.100 21?
planters Kaf-toned.100 740 ...
Savinm Dunk of Richmond.'-'."? J?
l nlon Hank u: Richmond. CO 3IS
Virginia Trust Co.100 1?
West Bad.4.'? 43
Richmond Hank and Trust Co... ?
M1?CB I. I. A .V KO U H.
Va.-C'aoieUein., pld. ^ p. c.too 11? 1?0
Virclnlii-CaiMllSn LMieni. com...tee l'i
n.si' bo sddod.
of i:idvua-d
BOND LIST
t-- j;. ord Air Line
Soutliert, Railway
southern Railway
t'nitcd Stoios Stet
Virslnla-Drown 1 ?r
illin .
r slttin
Mir
a t?-n
?vor'
eady
ami
fj4ii.-i
to Groat
bales.
Total
Itl <Ce t,a
bale?; l<:
OPEN AN ACCOUNT WITH
The Union Bank
of Richmond
1107 EA8T MAIN STREET.
?1.C0 MAKER A START. t PER
CENT. INTEREST
:alcs. Stock.
100 Aliis-Chutmera .
:co ?llls-Chuliiiers, nfd.
rU7oi Amnlgmnur ?: Copper ???
100 Amer, Am i, Ghent., com.
I. '.'?i Ani.'i-. Heel Sugar, coin.,
American Can .
.So American Can. I>M.
?00 Aincr. Car umi I'ountlry.
Amor. Cur und I'uun.. pfd
300 Aniorlcan Cotton i >H.
American l.tnsc?d OIL...
.".'M Aiii-iie.hi Locomotive ...
I0U Am. r. locomotive, pfd..';
Airier, Malt C.. ijM.
."?'V .\ i i< :ili Smelting .
Mi American Sugar .
1.000 Amor, Tel. ami Tel. <??>..
:?" American Tobticoo. com.
V.H< Amor. Tob,. pf?I., uM.
U/Jfl Aniicoitllit Copper .
:.<"> Atchlson .
Atlantic Const Line.
A. ('. I., of < -onn.. n , ?
Hull I more und Ohio.
II. 7:- KritlelwVmcr. Tob. C.
Brooklyn Knpld Transit.
r?,t?) Central Leather, cum ?
l.i'" Canadian Puvitle .
70) Chesapeake and Ohio ?
too '!? ago Croat Wcsti rn
i<'< <-!ii.. .Mil. Hid st. Paul...
Crucible Stool Cor. com.
110 Crticll h- Steel, pf 1.
Clilcufcn t-ud Northwest.
StO Colorado I'm ! and li on.
Colorado und Southern;.
Consolidated Gas .
Delaware und Hudson...
I '. ii. ami Ftia Gran.
I > >n. and Rio Gran
100 Ids! liier.?- Sec, Cor.
1.40O Krlo . ?
7"i Ilri-. 1st pf'l.
I V.l. Ml:.. ..ml Sni.. pf.l
? ;? o. II. Helme Tob. Co..
600 < iencrnl Kloelrl.i .
p'OGre.it Northern, pfd.
tiOti Great Northern Ore elf:
109 1 lilnols > '-in ral .
s-oji Iriterhoro-M >t.
2,600 Interboro-Mcl.i pfd.
By THOMAS BRANCH &
Open. High. Low. 111.I. Aske.l
Closing.
ioih
71
119',
l\!\k
1 Is
105*.
pf.l.
i;'<
n?>,
i?tu
|:?i,
is
r.7--ji
319!
tot?,
-4
71
17-"n
101
CO.. Hunk.is and Brokers.
Sales. Slick.
Int. Jli-i'. Marine. e?
lnterr~Ltionul Paper
Int. Paper, pf'l.
linn. City South.. i
m l^chiKh Valley ....
?? Liggett und My rs,
:? I I.!-.? ..-ii au.I .Myers
[.orlllurd Tob. Co.,
Lorlllai Tojj. ' '?
Open. High. Low Bid. Asked
ICHi. 1.::
Pd
II" s
7S
711 ^
17' ?
m
I-.
HI',
ISOVi
r.o "
Olli.
. 1579s
coin en
pfd. It*
com. ...
pf.l.. Ml'.
Louisville and NitshVllle IM',
Manhattan . WSM
Mo. Kan. and Texas.... MM
Mo.. Kan, ami T x., pfd. ...
Missouri I?.??elfte . 39?i
National Lead .
?0?i l,fiC0 New York Central. ll?<Vj
H"\ N V., Ont. and Western ...
I in ?_?::?' Norfolk and Western... li".
2lii 7in Northern I'ncltlc . HOft
l?l _oi Pacific Mail . -. 32
i,?M Pennsylvan.lt. I'-'-vi
I'd'* People's this .
?WVi Pittsburgh Coal, com.
2iU xvO Pressed Steel Car. Jti'^
1011s IT s>. d St -.1 trai . pfd.
I-' * 200 hy. steel Spring, coin... !fli4
'>"xi IS.VO0 It. tiding . I&2T4
ITIi ...1:11 Republic Iron and Steel hi
r..7." Republic 1,'and S.. pfd.. IS
Itock Island .
ii? Ho K Island, pfd. 4SIJ
Sloss-Sheffield .
2.0 South, in Puclllc . I0c7i
l>o South', rn Rnllwiiy . 27%
l.l'.v Southern Hallway, pfd. M
Standard oil .
Tennessee Copper .
Texas I'acllic .
15,600 Union P.i.ilie. 104',
SOU United Statjs Rubber.;. I?r<
K,Kr9,United states Steel. G8*i
S25 United States St.-el. pfd lOSJi
200 Vn.-Car. Chemical . &J'.i
Vn.-Car. Chemical, pfd.
Vn. S>". and Power, eriril ...
ivt:.
45?s
:t'.:',
is?5
151M
ll'O..
II??!
271?
102!?
101 M"
.:.;>- :n;5
21M ?('
lfii?,S 1M
IVi 4fi
?yi urn
p,.i, iosi
? 1
V?. Ity. 1111.1 Power, pf.l. ...
Wnhash .
Wabash, pfd.
1 Western Union . siaj s spj
Wey man ? Hrtiton To. Co. ...
Total sales for day, 176,'.'"' shares;
Total sales for \v:ck (owo days). I17.K?' shaii
ncnt. 1K,1<*0 hales: .tool:. S.SM.ttM bales.
Consolidated at all ports?Net receipt?.
119.317 Imps; export to Circat Britain, tJ.767
halts; to France, bales; to the Conti
i.rnt. 71.57? hales.
Total slnr.o RoptehVber 1 at all ports?Net
receipt?, ?.fO?.f-'* hairs; export to Great
Biltaln. 0.1?}.ilSl baits; to France, S<'.:,<>5I
bales; to th* Continent. 3.37S.7U bales^: to
Japan. 357,43t bales; to Mexico, 4.SSI ba'les.
T.OCAL MARKET QUOTATIONS.
(Furnished by Levy Commission Co., Com
mission Merchant!", Kielimond. Va.)
Richmond, Va., February 27, l?l?
ACTUAL WHOLESALE QUOTATION? Ol
.MARK KT.
LIVE POULTRY.
Chickens, ?holte, small, ib.... is ?l> is
chickens, choice, medium, lb.. \> '.i is
Chickens, large, Ih. ,i 15
liens, lb. i: If r:i;
Roosters, each. St ir 40
Geese, fat, largo, uacli.s. <K ',i $.'?
Gcrsc, smell, each. 5e 'a '?0
DUCKS, large, younc, in. .1 \j
Ducks, small, younc, lb. H y i?
DRESSED POULTRY.
(Head and Feel off.)
Turkey hens. ;b. if It
Turkey gobblers, n>. v 14
Poultry . <?* 14
Chlegcna It*. l.i 1>j
Ducks, lb. .'i 17
Geese, |b. it is
EGGS-Crolcd.
In erstes, nearby, fresh, dor... a j;
In crates, other Motions, doz.. u ii
BUTTER.
family, choice, fresh, lb. ?
Mcrchant?*. (air. ib. <tj
CO U N T R Y - C U R BD BACON.
Hams, wall smoked, lb. 20 if
Hams, ?eil smoked, largo, ib. is i is
6lde>. well snioked, lb. "i 13
Shoulders, ?eil emokiri, lb.... i. 11
lllUliS.
Dry nint. lb. ir It
Dry suit, Ib. Vi- 1?
Green salt, it. u lu>,s
Grten. Ib. U ?1?
Green, damaged, lb. S Q ?
Tallow, |h. u ?
Beeswax. . 9'- U
PEAS AND BEANS.
Peas, B. B? No. I, bus. 5.55 ?f
Deans, choice navy, bus. if 2.6*
FRUITS, ETC.
Oranges, Fla-, box. 5.75 y
APPLKS
No. 1, hniidpiikrd. bhl. .I.;.", it K.<r>
Medium, bbl. 2.80 tl 3.01?
Cabbages, per t(>0 lbs. 1.75 tj
MISCELLANEOUS,
(loss, eh., according to slto.. 6 (ft T'j
Stag* . 6 it
Boars . 3 '<:? 5
Sparc rlhs, . 9 W 10
Condition of Market: Elve and Dressed
Poultry- in good demand, Ers? - r..???i
b lie III to-dae. but very steady.
NEW YORK PRODUCE MARKET.
New York. February 57.?Flour?Quiet and
about steady. Rye Flour?Steady. Buck?
wheat Flour and Rye --Dull. foramen] ?
Steady. Wheat-spot steady: No. 2 red.
JT.0I elevator and export basis and H.03M f.
0. b. nlloat. futures unchanged u> <5c. net
lower. May, $1.04 5-10; July, 11.03??. Corn
Spot blends ; No .'. 7<'ic elevator, domosilc
basis to arrive, and export. 7'-'.je. f. o. 1>.
ailoiit. Futures nominal. Oats?Spot steady.
Futures?Nominal.
. Pork?Quiet. Pork, Cut M.-ats. and Lard?
Steady. Tallow ? Hull. petroleum?Steady.
Wool?Quiet. Rosin and Turpentine?Quiet.
Mola tses?Steady, Rice?Firm, Sugar?En w.
quints refined, steady. Coffee?Futures olos
i'l steady :,t a net advance or Hit points,
t-poi. 111". No. 7. ll?,y I4',ic: Santos. No. I.
1.'.':'.: mild, dull; Cordova, ICWUc. nominal.
Butler and Cheese?Firm. Eggs?Unsettled.
Potatoes?Easy; ft, rmtidn. late crop, peri
barrel, Jf.ffl7.tj0i Milne, In hulk, per ISO
t: ..'"''i ?'T .; State, do., *;;.ve./ i.?S5; European,
per 165-poiind hag*, 15.60*33.7?; Inivtr grades,
f!..?''?? Ca hbui|es- Firm; red, tea. f::<"t
SO.OU; Danish s>, d, f40Ja Yi.tA. Freights and
P, anufs?Unchanged.
Except far March, which was lower ear'y'
undei tenders i?f around *,.i-e barrels, the'
htarkei for cottonseed oil ruled steady oil
day bn covering of shorts and In sympathy
with tin strength f,f lu>c> and cotton March
closed 3 points nei lower, while later posi?
tions ?Tr unchanged to l point net higher.
March, '?.4Sfl5,60; April, B.Mg'S.M; May. 6.61
."?.fit; Jure . S,O3flS.70; July. 6.7.1'.i ;e76: prime
crude, I.M; prime Miinm*r yellow. 6.15 bid;
do, whiter yell?w. 6.ty>$<?DS; do. summer
whli-, 5.:05j6.5J.
niiltlnuire. Md.. Fehruary 57.?Wheat?Dull,
spot, contract. S*Sit. Corn?Finn: spot, con?
tract. ?*?,r. On is?Quiet: No. 2 wfclte. I
67lie. Ryi Quiet; No. i western, domestic, I
v
RH II MOND GRAIN MARI* ET.
Richmond, Va., February T>. 1915. |
WHOLESALB QUOTATIONS ON 'CHANGE.
WIIE.VI -Cur lots.
No 5 red; Western.* 1.03 Of
No. ?? red. Virginia. i.m
so. .-. re.1. 1.03 ^
lrglnl.1 il,a3 lots). ? if, 1.0J
No. :: mixed,..
Virginia (bag
i "in on the i'<
IOATK-Cai lot*.
e. 2 mixed...
mixed...;
<>. ; white.,
... 2 whit......
In f
(.bag lots. . ? jj.. too
(ulet. Corn-Dull and neglected.
< M I UK >IARKF.T9.
r.lCHMONri DIV-R STOCK MARKET,
(tales Union Sior-k Yards)
Richmond. Va.. February sr7. l?tl,
lleport of :!.< :lve st?r? market for the
? ek riidlug Febnisfy 3S. 1>U:
1.pt? < ail ?. P.'. hoad; rnlvej, (i h<>art.
beep, ts bead; lieg?. ?,855 head
Ilesi steer*. fl ??,<*.. medium to pood,
. i-'i'-"' ? ...?nimm it fill. ir-i4\t.: beat helf
- . f.?? :< .'.?ic.; in?1luio to ,,jod. lVi*9$C.i
ntnon to fair. 5?.Vi4i.> ? h^.st cows, lUta
; medium to good. s?.a'??tr.; common to
.. ;"l '?i .'U> ; best o.xei,. ? ?.Stic.; medium
wood, i'"|i j.'.: bulls, Si4U;i^e.; calves.
- ?ts.; ran (?? medium; EfjrsVsc. Cows and
is. *..'?>??.'?'?? r'r head, ?irM heavy ho??
, ?'?'.; .g'?A?| !? to IW-niund hoij. f.t ts
ji.w. light hos? ?nU plg?, ?6B.?Ho.; sows and
stagr. (0<C.: best Fheep. >H?4He.: conlmon
to fair. 214 If 314c.; best lamb!". C'i'u'c.; com?
mon to fKlr, Vt'!i?\'3c.
Chicago, III., February 37.? Cattio? Receipt"
4.600 head. Market strong. BcavoB, *50S.CAi;
Te-xss ?teer?. M.7036.W: weitern steers. }3';j.
7.10; etockors und feeders. $436-10; cows and
helfcr?. I2.W0C.TO; calves. S6.W87.2J. Hogs?
Itfcclpit lf.O? head. Market strong, 10315c.
btehtr than yesterday's average. Light,
fti.l<)'5<.?; mixed, $0.1336.40; heavy, Jfi.Mft
*."0: rough. $?.3036.30; pigs. J4.4036 16; bul\
of sales. ?S.S01/6.4?. cheep?Recciptso k'.OO
ht.id. Market strong. Natjse. J3.I034.M; I
wr?torn. f2.S934.90; yearlings. 5535.50; lambs,
native. ?4.7<' 7.O0: western. J5W7.1J.
miscellaneous m.vhkets.
petersburg pea.nut market.
(Reported by Rodgcrs, Mrfjnbc Ac Co.)
Petersburg, Vn., February 77.?Peanuts ?
Spanish?Klrm at S71;C. pei bushel. Vir
ginias?Market Dritt, fancy jumbo. 4c. per j
pound: fancy hnndplcked, IHic. per pound;]
extra prime. Sfljc. per pound; prime "Vie. per
pound; machine picked, 8 i'.'..c. per pound;]
shelling st.>??!<, Jli3"3c. p?.r pound.
DRV GOODS MARKET.
New York. February 77.?The rotlon good
market mis steady to-day. Jobher.? reports
Indicate n quickening in the w.iah food
trade. Men's wear lines .ire moderately ac
tlve. Yams were steady.
NAVAL STORES,
favannah. <??., FoLruarr 27.?Turpentine?
firm a: M'ic.; sales |&2 ea.-ks; receipts '.'41
?atl;s: ?lllpirientM ITS cuiks; stock 77,100 casks.
<toatn?Firm; sales' il Uiarrels; receipts s.727
iarre>; ihlpments 4S0 4>arre!s; stock 95,11?
?Janets. Quote: B. 39.S2H.
MARIN K i.ntei.i.ioence.
POUT OF RICHMOND. FBBIIUABV 27,
ARRIVED.
Steamer Berkeley Shellv. Norfolk, mer?
chandise and passengers. Old Dominion Line.
Jteamor Mobjack, Graves, Norfolk an.;
sanies Itivor landings, merchandise ar.j pas
4'-iit-'rs, Virginia .Vnijailon Company. |
.-learner Aurora, Fur man, Potersbufg and
samei Itlver landing's, merchandise ;mi pas
/< njers. Fui man Line.
SAILED.
?Steamer Berkeley Shelly, Norfolk, mer?
chandise act pastcasers. Old Dominion Line.
riieamor Aurora, Furnian, Petersburg and
James Itlver landings, merchandise and par
fin:..:.. Furmati Line.
[Special to The Times-Dispatch.]
Washington, l>. C, Februars' 27.?It
is ..arned here to-day thai President
Tnfl In all probability will visit Win?
throp College, at Rock Mill, P. C, when
he starts for Savannah on April 30, to
attend the centennial of the Hibernian
Society of that city.
When .Mr. Taft, about two weeks ago.'
j signified his intention of visiting
I Savannah, invitations began to pour
into him from many s'-ctlons of the
South. In fact, there were so many
that practically all of them had to be
declined. The political situation was
never more acute than just now, and
It is known that the President desires
to stay very close around Washington.
However, as he promised the Savannah
people that he would certninly accept
Ihelr invitation several weeks ago, he
feels bound now to do so.
The trip to Savannah, via the Bouth
t rn Railway Instead of the Coast
Line, so that the ITcsidcnt could stop
by Kock Ulli, would require perhap.'.
nui more than a few hours more lime,
and It is said here to-day that as soon
as the details of the Savannah trip are
worked out. Secretary Hilles will con
t. r with President' D. B, Johnson, of
Winthrop College, so that necessary
arrangements may be made nt Rock
Hill. If the stop Is mode.
P. H. McG.
TfUSASVIUUtSIHI' CONTBST
WILL IIB III.Alt!) MAIM I! 10
Suffolk, V?., February 27.?The con?
test of M. F. Lloyd vs. Colonel R. S.
Boykln for the treasurershlp of Suf?
folk was called In the City Circuit
Court to-day, and assigned for Match
16. Lloyd, formerly of Kastern -Shore,
Maryland, bases his contest on the re?
ceipt of two vote? at the November
election. Colonel Boykin. declared the
Democratic nominee, failed to have
his name printed on the official bal?
lots. Lloyd already has tiuallfled, hut
Boykln retains possession of the ofllce
Negro Found Henri.
Smith's X Roads, Vn., February 27.?
Moses Jones, a negro about twenty-five
years of age, was found dead In a corn
field near hero yesterday morning. A
Jug containing about n half gallon of
whiskey was found near by. On in
veatigatlbn it Is thought probable that
the negro lay out all night In the rain
and became so chilled that he froze to
death, as no bruises were found on his
body. An Impicst was deemed unnc"
pessary.
The Confederate Museum
TWELFTH AND CLAV STREETS
OPEN 9 A. M. TO 5 P. M.
Admission. 25c. Kre~ on ^.n
Cheasapeke & Ohio Railway
7:40 A.?Local? Dally? Newton News.
?:20 A.? Loral-Dally- Ch'vllle. Ex. Sun.
Thurmond
19:00 A. ? Express-Daily? Norfolk. Old Point'
110:00 A?Local-Dally ?L.lcg. Lex. C. Fori?.
?:-.C<i p.?KxpraatsaDally ?Cla.-L'vllls.
14:00 P.?Express?Dolly?Norfolk, N. Neua.
i:0O 1'.?Local-Dally,?JJ. Naivs. Uid Point.
kilt P.?Local?Dally -Clordnnavllle.
t>:lb P.?Loial?lix. Sun.?Lchbg, Natural
Bridge, dilfton Forge.
?6.13 P.?Lltni(td?Dally?Clnekti'tl, Cargo
?11:00 P.?Express-Dally?C'oclrina::. L'vllle.
?Sleepers. tParlor Cart.
TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND?Local from
Eaat: S:I3 A. M.. 7:30 P. M. Through from
East: 11:30 A. St.. r.:St. p. m. Local from
WtM: 8:30 A. St.. S:&3 A. M. and 7:13 P. M.
Through: SIM A. XL, 3:!3 P. M. and 3:30 P. M.
James River Lint: "S:33 A. M , C:t3 p. XI.
*? Dally except Sunday.
Riclimonil.lMeTiclsVs & Potomac R.H
to and from washington and 0ey0nd.
Loave Richmond
??.SO A.M. II) rJ Kt.Kta.
?5.42 A.M. Male M. Ma.
?fi.SU A.M. Byrd St.St?.
'7.111 A.M. Byrd St.St?.
?7.48 A.M. Main St. Sta.
?8.4U A.M. Byrd St. Sta.
' li.no A.M. Main St, Sta.
?12.01 noon Byrd St. Mo.
12.01) P.M. Byrd St. Kta.
t3.5U P.M. Byrd St. Sta.
?4.IS P.M. Klba Station.
?5.15 P.M. Main St. Sta.
?8.20 P.M. ItyrdSt. Sta.
Arrive Richmond
-7.30 A.M. ByrdKt.St?.
< 11.23 A.M. Klba Station.
Tl 1^36 A.M. Byrd At. Sta.
?I.IS I'.11. Jlnln St. Mi.
?2.46 P.M. ByrdSt.Sta.
j?.i.U P.M. Byrd St.Sta.
?7.1:5 P.M. NyrdKt.Sta.
tS.tOr.M.afstoSt.Sta.
??.10 P.M. Byrd St.Hta.
??.?2 P.M. Main Kt.Kta.
?10.20 P.M. Byrd Kt.Kta.
?11.00 P.M. MaloSt.Kta.
?12.611 night HyrdKl.Sta.
ACCOMMODATION TRAINS?WEEKDAYS.
Learn Byrd Si. Rta, 4.00 P. M. for Frederlcktbnrr.
; I.eaTe Elba Sta. S.2I) A. M-.G.80 P. H. for Aitiland.
t ArrRe Byrd St.Sta.9.25 A.M. from Frrderleksb'g.
ArrlTeEIbaSu.n.30 A.M.,5.30 P.M.from ishlsal.
< *Daily. tWeekdays. {Sundays omly.
V Daily except Monday.
All trains to or from Byrd Street Station
(except troir.a leaving 4.50 a. m., 5.50 a. iu. and
arriving IS.SO r.ight) atop at Elba. Time of
arrivals and departures cot guaraoteed. Read
Cto oijna.
! NORFOLK AND WESTERN RAI L WA Y*
ONLY ALI. RAIL LINE TO NORFOLK.
Sclieilulo In .ff-ct January 1st, 1812.
Loavu Byrd : '.rett Ktsulori. Rlihm?nd, KGR
NORFOLK: ?:?:'?) A. M? '3:(Xt P. M.. M::o P. M.
FOR LYNCHMtRU AND THE WEST: '?il?
! A. SI. ?10:00 A. \!., ?3.C0 P. M.,*ll:!0 P. M.
Arr.'vu Richmond from Norfolk: *11:40 A. XI..
?6:35 P. M? ?11:30 P. k. From the Weat: ?6:40
A. M.. ai:00 V. XI.. bl:40 P. M . 'C:0S P. SI.,
?'jM P. M.
?Dally, a Dally ?x. Sunday. bSunday only.
Pullman Parlor and Sleeping Car*.
\V. B. BF.VII.L. C. H. BOKLKT,
1 Q. P. A.. Roanoke.. D. P A.. Richmond.
RICHMOND AVD CHESAPEAKE BAY
RAILWAY COMPANY.
Bchodule or electric trains to and from
Ashland, stopping .it Intermediate stations
upon signal: Lv. Richmond tllroad and
Laurel Sta.): ?9:05, *7:10. S:10b, 9:10, "lOilO.
11.it) A. St.; 1:10, 2:10, 3:10. 4:Mb, 6:10, 6:20,
7:10, S:I0b. 10:10, 11:16 P. M. Lv. Ashland.
??:?. 7b, 3. ?b. IC, "II A M? ?13 M., ?*!, J.
3, 4. 6b. (. 7. 8. Sb. 11 f. it
?Dally except Sunday. ??Sunday only.
HCarrie^ baggage.
Out of Town
and
In Town
Accounts Solicited
-
3% interest allowed on deposits
I subject to check.
I Virginia Trust Co.
Travelers' Building, - RICHMOND, VA.
i
j Capital. One Million
jffndncitil jTfncnicttL ^financial
You will realize this the more quickly by placing your account with a bank which will handle your
business with the quickest possible dispatch.
ational Bank, of Virginia
Ninth and Main Streets.
Capital, $1,200,000 Surplus and Profits. $700,000
DIRECTORS
BtjtiJ. P. A1mj|), Ii. ?. Addison, E. L. Remiss, Ceo. I.. Christian, T. A. Cary.
T. II. Elicit, II. Theo. Ellyson, \V. p. Glinn, W. M. Habliston, Hppa Huntun, Jr.,
lv. C. Laird", las. A. .Moururr, Wm. Northrop, Carl H. Xolting, Jno. Garland Pollard.
Win. T. K. i-.l. ? I. W. Unihen, ? R; G. Retinoids, S. W. Travcrs, J. G. Tinslcy,
U. Ruitd WclHord. I . U Williams, Joint Skclton Williams, Jno. T. Wilson, T. C. Williams, Jr.
OFFICERS
W. M. HABLISTON, President.
JOHN SKELTON WILLIAMS. Vicc-Prcsident. WILLIAMT. REED. Vlcc-Prcsidcnt.
W. M. ADDISON, Cashier.
O. S. MORTON, Assistant Cashier. JOHN TYLER, Assistant Cashier.
W. II. SLAUGHTER, Assistant Cashier. J. M. BALL, Jr., Assistant Cashier.
3c/c Interest Paid on Savings Accounts. Your Account Solicited
There's not n busier place in
South Richmond than our Iki 11 k
offices. New accounts opened
ail y.
Atlantic Coast Line
EFFECTIVE JANUARY 1?L IUI
TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND DAILT.
For Florida and Eouth: 8:18 A M. end
7:85 P. M.. ?10:30 P. M , 1:00 A. M.
ror Norfolk: 0:04 A. il.. 3:0} P. U.. 4:11
For N. & W. Ry. Well: ?:18 A. u., 10:00
A. V... 3:00 P. M., 0:24 P. H.
For Petersburg: 1:00 A. m., <:1| a. iL.
l:U A. M., 0:00 A. VI.. 10:00 A. u.. 1:00 P. m ,
4:10 P. M . 8:? P. M . 7:35 P. M , 0:20 p. m..
11:46 P. u.
For ?oldsborg and FayetteYllle: ?4:11 p. IL
Trains nrrlvo Richmond dally: 4:40 A. U ,
8:40 A. M . ?:40 A. M . a7:O0 A. M , ??in A.
it.. ?'lO:?; A. SI.. 11:40 A. M , ?;:00 P. M .
??IMO I*. M . ?:16 P. M . ?:&J P. M . 8:00 P. M..
V-UV P. M., 11:30 P. M.
"Except Sunday. "Sucday only. aExcept
Monday.
Time, nf arrival and departure and coo
cectlons no' . uarsn:s?d.
C S. CAMPBELL, D. P. A.. Mala St.
Richmond & Petersburg Electric Railway
Can leave Manchester. Seventh and Perry
Streets, for Petersburg:
7, 8. ?? li, !U ?? A. XI.. 1. J, ?3. ?. 8.
??i:-U. ?(,. 7. ?. ?? 10 V. M.
11:00 P. il.. for Cheitcr, i;:00 midnight fjr |
Patersburg.
Cars leave Petersburg, foot of Sycamors
Etreot, for Manchester:
te:l>. 8:13, ";:li. ?7:?. S:ls. 9:36. M0:35. 1HU
A. VI., 13:3i. ?!:?. 2:35. ?4:84. 6:Ji. t-.li. I
?,":3i, 8:35, ?:to. ?10:40, a :?0 P. Id.
tDaliy except Sunday and holidays.
?Carries baggage arid expraas.
??Limited, escept Simses? and holidays. !
All cart from Petersburg- connect with j
can for Richmond.
SOUTHERN RAILWAYj
i'KEMIER CARRIER Of THH SOUTH. |
Trains Ltsve I;ich:nond.
N. n.?Following schedule ngurcj publish?
ed as Information and not guaranteed:
For the South?Dally: u :o a. m. Local ]
;o:4i A. M. Express. *.c? P. M. Express,
with electric lighted Sleeping Car ior At?
lanta aud Birmingham. 11:41 P. M. Express.
Week Da>e: 3.'0 P. M. Local.
YORK RIVER LINE.
4:30 ?. M. ?Dally.?Connecting for Bai
llmoie Mot,.. Wed. and Krida). 6:Go A. M ?
Ex. Sun. and 3:15 P. M.?Mou., Wed. and
Friday ?Local.
Trains Arrive Richmond.
From the .-iouth: ?:50 A. M.. 8.40 A M I
3:00 P. M . $:ui P. If., daily; i>;5; Ex. Sun
From W*?t Point: V:30 A. M. dally, U:,J4 a_ |
M.. Mori., We. and Frl., 4:?i P. M. Ex Pun
S. E. 13CRUESS. D. P. A..
*07 E. Main m 'I'hnn. Uadlaon 371
S E A in LWliT AIR LINK.
Southbound trains scheduled to leave Rich?
mond dally: 5:10 A. M.?Local to Norllna.
1:30 P. M.?Sle-.ipers nnd coaches. Atlanta.
Birmingham, Savannah. Jacksonville. S:13 P. !
M.?Florida Limited (r.vccpt Sunday). 'j:4! P. j
M.?Sleeper and coaches, Jacksonville. 11:30
P. M. ? Sleepers and coaches, Ulrmlngham.
Memphis. Northbound trains scheduled to .
arrive In Richmond dally: 5:33 A. M , 7:;S A. j
M.. 3:35 A. M. (except Monday). 6:* P. M.,
?:40 P. M.. Local.
fetrflinhoat-j
Snlllnr; from Ken York r-Tcrj- Snt
tirdfiv fit noon.
TIIK
Royal Mail Steam Packet Co.'s
"ARCADIAN"
TUB SHIP TO
BERMUDA
l.arersl, finest and l>> for the most
i n v ij ri ohm vc??ici ever In the sjerTlcc.
Ask Any Steamship ticket Agent
l ui.urpnsi.rd Service nnil Culalnc.
^ $30 and Up
TK'lccts hy Arcadian A- Rnrmurilan
are Intcrohaiiftoa r>lc.
SANDERSON & SOX. (ion. Alfta.,
--' Stnto St.. X. Y.
OLD DO.IT INI OK LINE.
L*. Richmond foot s! Ash St. dally.7:00 P.M.
Leave Newport New*.8:00 A.M.
Arrive Norfolk.8:00 A. Id.
Connects with main line steamers leaving
Norfolk for Naw York dally except Sunda>
7:00 P, M. Connections also ninda by N. U I
W. Ry. 2 P. M. rod C. & O. Ry. at 4 P. U. ?
Night Line steamers stop ..: Claremont to
land or recelv? passengers on signal, and |
will ba met by ->'.niic conveyance.
VIRGINIA NAVIOATION CO_James RlTer 1
by daylight for Norfolk and Old Point. New?
port News and all Jamca River landings.
Steamer leaves sin:. Wednesday and
Friday at 7:00 A. M. Freight received far
all Jamea River landing*. 'Phone Madison 176.
MhIn TlYuet Office. 831 g. Male, r.treet
Merchants and Miners Transprotation Co
Norfolk t<- Boston, ,Ma*s? ona
Providence, R. >.
Steamers leave Norfolk for Boston?Dally,
except Thursday; for Providence. Mon., Wed.
and Sat. at 8 P. M. Passengers and freight
taken for all -.ew England potni- Tickets
on sale at oii.ee C. 4s O. Ry., Id. ft W. Ry.
S H. Bowman. 70S Eaat Main, and itUhmonc*
VransfV f'o.. ?05 Eaat Mala._
"Travel Without Trouble"
Inclusive Independent Travel In
Europe for Individuals, Family antl
Private Parties. Fares include Travel,
Motel Accommodation, Carriage Drives,
Excursions, Guides, Sight-Secine,, etc.
Make reservations now. Phone Madison
5154.
8. 11. BOWMAN, So. Tourist Airent.
John L Williams, John Skelton Williams, E. L Beraiss, Langboome M. Williams
ESTABLISHED 1874.
John L. Williams & Sons,
And Dealers in
HIGH CLASS INVESTMENT
SECURITIES
Corner 8th and Main Sta. Richmond, Va,
Members Richmond and Baltimore Stock Exchanges.
NEGOTIATE ENTIRE ISSUES OF BONDS
For States, Cities, Counties and Railroad Corporations and
large Industrial Enterprises.
BUY AND SELL ON COMMISSION
Bonds, .Stocks and other Public Securities in the principal
markets in this country and abroad.
DRAW BILLS OF EXCHANGE
on Foreign Countries.
FURNISH LETTERS OF CREDIT
For Travelers' use, available in United State*, Europe and
Central and South America.
CORRESPONDENCE INVITED.
First National Bank
OF RICHMOND, VIRGINIA
With its thoroughly systematized organization and broad under?
standing of its customers' needs, has built up a deposit line of
between $7,000,000.00 and $8,000,000.00, and invites accounts, con?
fidently believing that Its facilities arc requisite to the needs of the
largest demands or smallest requests of Its customers.
JOHN 11. PURCEL1.President.
JOHN M. MILLER, Jr.Vice-President and Cashier
FREDERICK E. NOLTINC .Second Vicc-President
CHAS. R. BURNETT.\ssi?tant Cashier
J. C. J?PLIN. Assistant Cashier
\V. I*. Sil ELTON .\ssistant Cashier
ALEX. V. RYLAND.Assistant Cashier
INCORPORATED 1832.
1 Eighty Years in Successful Operation
Insurance Co., 0. Richmond, va.
I ASSETS, $1,611,088.00
OFFIGE- 1015 ETMAIN STREET
WE INVITE
VOL"ft BUSINESS. PERSONAL AXD SAVINGS ACCOUNTS.
INTEREST ALLOWED.
JOS. E. WILLARD. President.
n. M. KENT. .IR-. Vicc-Pres,
A. R. HOLLAD AT, Vice-Pres.
R. B. CAMPBELL, Cashier.
Loans on Rf.i] Estate and Approved Collateral.
Commonwealth Bank
Our Church Hill Branch, Twen?
ty-fifth and Broad Streets, invites
the accounts of people living in the
East End.
Steamboats.
NEW YORK?PLYMOUTH?CHERBOURG?SOUTHAMPTON.
PAST MAIL ROUTE TO ENGLAND AND THE CONTINENT
The Largest and Finest Steamers in the World
\R. 16
\!ao APRIL 0,
?I 5.OO0
Toni?
Each
WHITE STAR LINE,
Sail
from
NEW
YORK
?n0 HoB'ilarly Therrnfler.
Or Loral A sent*.
0 nnOADWAY.,N. Y.
PLANTERS
NATIONAL
BANK,
Richmond, Va.,
solicits your business. Oar capital,
surplus and profits justify your
account being placed with us.
I Capital, $300,000,00.
Surplus and Profits, $1,350,000.00

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