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New York
Stock Market
Now York, April l.v?Regardless or
a variety of development^, some of
ihein distinctly unfavorable. the
?lock market to-day made another
very decided move |ti the direction of
higher prleoe. In the Initial dealings
it followed London's leud by register?
ing many declines >>t one to two
points, and in a few Isolated cases the
fall was greater. Marked weakness
was shown by tho preferred share;;,
and the bonds of the International
Mercantile Marine Company, one Of
whose icudlng aubsldiurles is owner
of the steamer Titanic.
The Sellins movement met with
prompt support in the shape of buy?
ing orders, which soon cffccacd a great
majority of losses, and in some cases
brought the lev? I wi 11 above Satur?
day's close. By midday the- movement
gathered greater impetus with high
records for American Can, common
and preferred. In font, dealings in
these shares constituted one of the
conspicuous features ol thc day, both
by reason ol their activity and gains,
'iho preferred stocks closed with a net
advance of 5 1-2 points, while the
common was up 1
The Strength o'l United States Steel
tnsucs was another prominent feature,
the common stock loading the entire
us; in its customary manner, aud
scorning a net rise of l 1-: points.
Copper shares, particularly Amalga?
mated, also took n leading place In the
day's operations.
Harriman nnd Hill shares as Well as
other standard Issues participated in
lite ail round advance, as did also
many specialties, some Of the latter
rising from two to live points, In the
.ate afternoon business slackened ma?
terially, but without im pal nil cut of
quoted values. Some of the days;
highest prices wrre quoted in that I
period, and the list showed no Inabil?
ity io absorb thc day's heavy offer- i
tags.
The closing was active with prices'
?; or within fiat tions of the very top.
Money on call worked lower, and ?
time money was easier.
Bonds Were Irregular. but later
hardoned with the rise in stocks, j
Totsl sales, par value. $2.381.000. |
I'niteii states government bonds un- j
chanced on call.
Total sabs of stocks to-day were.'
904.3?0 shares. I
New York, April 15.?Money on call '
Steady, 3 l-8@3 l-H per cent.. Time
loans weaker, sixty days and ninety j
days, 3 1-2011 3-4 per cent., six j
months. 3 3-4f?4 per cent.
Prime mercantile paper, 4 1-4 to.
4 1--. Sterling exchange firm; J4.S4
for sixty-day bills. $4.S71b, for de '
mand.
RirilMO.NI? STOCK MARKET.
By Richard W. Moury.
Ftock ar.tt Demi Broker. 1P1? E. Mnln Street.
Richmond. Vn? April If. I9K.
SALES AT BOARD.
Atlontin Conn Line common?10 at 141.
Southern Railway common?10 at TO.
STATE SECURITIES. Bid. Asked.
\*irgii)la Sr. Old; C. and R.. 193;.... X5>3 ...
Va. Centuries, 1-8, U. and It., 1991'. Si',i ...
CITY SECURITIES.
Rich. City Is. C. anil R.. 1W.-19I3. ... K\t
RAILROAD BOM'S.
a. C. l- it. It. Con. Tr. t p. c... 9S
A. C. 1? R- H. Convi 4s. lKi:-. lot
0. at.d O. Och'l M.i 4<is. I99J. 101
Seorgla, Sou. and l-'la.. IMS. 107
Ctcorgla und Ala. Con. ;.s 194?.... 197
Nor. and West. Ry. ts. 19M. ?3
Nor. and West. Ry. Poca. 4s. 1944.. 93
,-raboard Air Lhie 4s, IK.0. S7
Seaboard Adjustment ?..?, 1949. SO
Southern Railway 1st ts. l'.ot. H*i
fc'o. It. Dev. and O. M. ts. 19M. TS
Western N. C. 1st Cs. C, 1914. 103
STREET RAILWAY BONDS.
Va. Ry. and Power Co. ts, 1934. OS';.
.STREET RY. STOCKS. Tar.
Va; Ry. and Power Co. pfd_KO ff* ...
V?. Ry. and Power Co. com'_100 is
,5.VI I.RO AD S TOCKS. Bar.
Atlantic Coast Llco com.100 Wl
Chesapeake and Ohio.100 SO
.Norfolk and Western coin.WO US
it. P. and P. Div, ObllEatlon..lM ;:W>
Southern Raifcwcy pfd.too *.t
ISouthcrti Railway com.ly) 30
BANK AND TRUST CO. STOCKS.
American National.100 Hi
Broad Street. l\i t,0
Hanl; of Comtr.erco anil Trusts. 100 116
First National.300 CC.
Merchants National.100 S.-0
Mechanics and Merchants.109 :??-,
National Bank ol Virginia....loo :30 ~:T,
Natliuiiil State and ilTty Bank. 100
V'tfentcrs 'NntlosCi?!.w,.199.50"
Saving? Bxnk.-of JrflRhiitond. "3 so
Virginia Trust Company.100 J7">.
Wist End. ;5 42>,i 4S
Richmond Rank and Trust Co.. Vi uj 30
Central National Bank.Ie0 0J?
INSU R AN'CE COM PA NI BS,
Va. Eire and Marine Ins.
<M L5CELLA NEOU8.
V?.-C?r. Chcm. pfd. S p. c.100 us
Quotations for Interest pajlui; bonds are
hi a price to which Interest must he added.
Income bonds and certificates of Indebted-1
BOND LIST.
M'4 l
!L,'.?i-*t: ? Myers i
Liggett Si Myers
Lorlllnrit Cotnpan
LorlllarU Coinpan
Norfolk and V. ? m
BeahoaM -Mr l.ini
beaboard Air I-on
fi?ufhi rn Railway
Southern Railway
C. ft! Steel :iid .'
u. s. registered -
U S. registered Si
t*. S. Tannin, ,.?
Vlrplnl i-Brown p
Virginia-Car. Chi
i'i. K>. and )?<>?
Wabaslj d< b. 4s
Wabtuh-l'ltti Tei
i II ON MMihi.il
hi; i
Livcnopl <ai,!<r
action, followlnj
t&bllstied on Sal
iy ruad>, anil !
Receipt. St t
against i- C 3 lai
To-day'., rccelpti
against l.i'.o lasi
*i:?lr.s: 1,9a* la
1,776 biut> again
Cotton futurej
January
}reJ>ruary
March
April ...
May ....
June ....
August . U.15 r-, ,, u JL
Hepsembrr .ll.lrn U.? ?y
<*<?*>?r .It;e. im ,JVI ? .,
?November . ;?? r n.M |t ?
OPEN AN ACCOUNT WITH
THE UNION BANK
OF RICHMOND.
1107 KAfST MAIN ST BEET.
fl.00 MAKES A START. 3 PER
. CENT. INTEREST.
Official Range and Sale of Stocks in New York
By THOMAS hkancu & CO.. Bankers an? Brokers.
Sales. Stock.
I. 200 A?ls-Chalmers .
100 Alllt*.Chalmers. pM.
92.7'?i Amalgamated Copper ...
100 'Anieir. Agil. Chem.. com.
1,080 Amor. Beel Sugar, com..
IO..700 American Can .
18,350 American Van, pt,l.
i.'W Amer. Car ami lViimlry.
Am jr. Cur ami K?lln.. "I'd
350 American Cotton oll.
2.900 American Linsoed Oll.:.
3.1X0 American Locomotive ...
I'ft Amer. Locomotive, pfd...
:??' Amer. Mali Co.. |<C>1.
II, MO American Smelting .
1,150 American Sugar .
2,10.> Amer. Tel. ami Tel. Co;..
40>> American Tobaec?, com.
1,100 American Tobacco, pfd'.;
b.HO Anaconda Copper .
11.0.0 AtehUon .
1.400 Atlantic Coast Line.
A. C. L ol Cohnictlcul
l.OW Baltimore and ohio.
\AM Bethlehem Steel, com. ..
'?.?<?< British-Amor. Tob, Co...
i.'..' Brooklyn Itapid Transit.
i\;M> Central Leather, com.
11,11 ' Canadian Pacific .
Chesapeake ami ' ?bin_
l,K> Chicago Ii rent Western.
?>...?> Chi . Mil and St. Paul...
240 Crucible Steel Coi\. com.
? SO Crucibl: steel, pfd.
7.Ilicngo and Nortliwesl.
7,400 Colorado Fuel and Iron.
Colorado and Southern.
3.200 Consolldn t ed Gas .
Deliuure and Hudson*.;.
1'en. and Bio Gran., cum.
I"! I'en. and Itio (.Iran., pfd.
'.'"> Distillers' Sec. C?r.
17.2M Erie .
13,6(0 Krle. 1st pfd.
Fed. Mln. and Sm.. pfd..
Gco. \V. Hi Im.. Tob. Co..
'.?:iw iliim-ml Blectrlc ..'-.
4.710 Gr?al Northern, pfd.
309 Great Northern Ore ctfs
40.1 Illinois Central .
I.ZtO Interboro-Mel.
2,100 Interboro-Met.. pfd.
2,300 Int. Mer. Marine, com...
Open.
1V4
41,
80%
63%
lll\t
?>%
Hi
203
102
4H,
107?,
140"..
231 Vi
ST?,
113 ?-j
42%
32
37%
U?i,
in
High,
ilk
4%
83%
tPVi
56%
m%
?s3
J0S%
68
wn
ISli
115! ,
2tt3
la:'
?Vi
10K%
112
107*4,
36%
111%
12%
Low.
Ilk
4%
80%
????4
63%
-tl?
111 Vi
1U?%
H'7ii
140%
23%
82%
]C<>'4
s3*,
113
Closing.
Bid Asked.
Hi 1%
1 4%
Si?l
bit
ino'-i
40
128
M
.V't..
O 83%
60%
Kr),
31% '-'-J
llL'L- "II.'
00V, t'?.>%
111 UM?
N% 63%
16 151?
43% 4:}i...
108% 10a
66% M?
rtt%
?1% lia
14'.'
101%
43',
143%
l"l ?4
43%
llis:>; IG$%
hp, na
253-, 3.1
ll?% 19%
IIP, 111%
12% 12',
S31- 81
143 Vi 111
?i'tj 3it
41 4.'.
141 144%
170% 171%
42%
32-,
38%
46
170
171
132% 132%
40% 41
130>i lei
20% 20%
60% 60
5% 6
??-4
3S%
66%
13
II?
170
Sales. Stock. Open.
1,000 International Paper ? 12%
Int. Paper, pfd.
Jivi Kan. City South., com.. 23
7.3'H.i Lchlgh Valley . 164
701 I,lggott and .Myers, com 190
?M> Liggett and Myers, pfd. 109U
W0 Lorlllard l ob. Co.. om. 190
l?t Lorlllard 'J ob. Co.. pfd. 109%
5,009 Loulsvill') and Nashville 15S%
Monhattan .
900 Mo., Kan. nnd Texas.... 29%
lie Mo., Kan. and Tex., pfd. 04%
S.300 Missouri Paelllc . 43%
3,300 National Lead. 67%
23,000 Now Vork Central. 111%
600 N. V.. Out. and Western 40
<i,',(V Norfolk nnd YVcBlorn... 112%
il.MH Northern Pacific .120
Pacific .Moll . 32%
3.000 Pennsylvania .121%
40a People's Gas . 10S%
P.. C C. and St. L.. com.
x lV*Vo.
P.. C C. and St. I*, pfd.
8.800 Pittsburgh C >al, com...
H1J Pressed Steel Car.
aSO Pressed Stacl Car. pfd.
701 By. Steel Spring, com..
72.71'a Beading . 165??
2,300,Republic Iron und Steel
?00 Republic 1. and S.. pfd..
l'V' -a Itock Island .
0.100 Itock Island, pfd.
Seabord Air Line. com.
UV) Seaboard Air Line, pfd..
300 Sloss-Sheffield .
5,200 Soni hern Paelllc.
3,300 Southern Hallway .
TOO Southern Hallway, pfd. "1
Standard Uli .
400 Tennessee copper . 40%
300 Texas. Pacific . 21%
6O.3O0 Union Paelllc . 170%
2,930 I". S. Huh her. X \%. 56
1S0.G5O United Stotes Sieel. 68%
2.300 United States Steel, pfd 112%
701 Va.-Car. Chumlral . 52%
Yn.-Cnr. Chemical, pfd.
Va. By. and Power, com ...
1,600 Wabash . 8%
700 Wabash, pfd. 22 ?
300 Western Union . ?2%
'.i?i Weyman-Bmton To. Ci. 200
Total sales for da v.
19%
34%
102
33%
7C%
2S
55%
61
111%
20%
High.
13%
?is
II?
192%
109',
190
KV a
1?1%
'36'*
440?
n?l?
IIS
41
112%
122
33
125%
1US%
W14
1I/J'/S
34
1?7%
2-1
7S>,2
51%
50
113?i
30'?
71%
41%
24'4
173Vh
60%
71%
113%
53
22
8%
103%
19U
l??%
IH'rs
IW%
166%
04?,
4.1' t
ll'%
120
l">'4
33%
|f*?i
1U%
17ii',
u,
?9S
112--S
21 >4
2i?
11%
10%
112%
121?, 12
32% a
iav% u
108V*, w
21%
23%
1(?%
I'm
l'l%
TS
"OS.
fc?78
51%
l,s>,
113%
30%
74'.j
>M)
11%
24 %
173%
ita,
71%
112%
:>2\
g>,
21%
W%
190
SJ&.FO0 shares
December .n.st U.tl 1I.R3 n.r*
Spot cotton steady, middling. 11.??; mid?
dling gull, U.SO. Sales 200 bales.
'niton, oulet; middling. U.V.. gross re?
ceipts, 2.622 bales; sales, SOD bales; stock.
151,77 J labs; txport to thc Continent, 1,41V
bales; Coastwise, '.'13 bales.
Total to-day at nil ports?Net rcceip.s,
!6.?bl bales; export to Great Britain. 24,60;]
baits; ;r, thc Continent, ICtSi bales; stock,
a .?? bale.
Ctfriso' Idaiod at all ports?Net receipts,
S-'.WO bales; export to Oroat Britain. ??.bvl
belts; to France, 3.-'31 bales; to Iho Com!-]
nein, ?4,4K bales.
Tital since September I at nil ports?Net ]
receipts, ?U.ISO.IIS baics; export to Groat
Britain. 3Mt:.K<t boles: to France. I.VTS.Otl
bales; to the Continent, 4.""2.4 l-J bales; li
Japan, 467,81J baics; tu Mexico. S.'.is bales.
NOK Orpans. Da.. April 13.?Cotton price
?were unsteady to-day under the outlook fui
E-iod weather In tho western half of the
belt, bearish news from Liverpool and prof?
it-taking by longs, the eloslnv being at
nrt loss uf 1 y :t points. Futures opened
steady nl a decline ot Ml 12 points on poor
cables and better weather In iho bell than
looked for. The market showed scan crtd
rains in the eastern half or tho belt, but
the wvtern hair was dry with a continua?
tion et dry Weather forecast. The market
whs dull throughout the morning session,
longs inking profits at every opportunity
and more than supplying ihe demand, ex?
cept the middle of Hi- morning when the
buying of envois by scalping shorts ran I
prices of the most active months up lo
within 2 or 3 points of Saturday's close.
The market weakened later, but river news
prevented in licit of a decline. Cables re?
ported the English market was beginning I
to pet tired. In the afternoon Iho market
was quiet, but steady. Cotton futures quiet
and unchanged; middling. |1 s-ltc. Sales on
spot M<1 bales and 1?) to nrrive. Futures
closed steady: April, 11.40 nominal; Mae,
ll.*4; ,iul>. IliTS: August, 11.57; September,
11.47; (i^toh-r. 11.42; December, 11.10; J?n
uary. 11.47.
LOCAL MARKET til CITATIONS.
tFurnlshid by l.eev Commission. Co.. Com
mission Merchants; ftlchmond, Va.)
Richmond; \ h, April 15, 1911.
ACTl'AL WHOLESALE QUOTATIONS Ol
MARKET.
LIVE I'OULTR V.
Chickens, winter, ib. 2? ii SO
Chickens, spring, lb. 40 i 13
liens, lh. It '?}
Itoostors, each. ;;.*? ?0
Ducks, large, young, lb. li ti :s
Mucks, small, old, jl>. r? II
EaoS?Crated.
In crates, nearby, fresh, dos... IS ?
In crate*, other sections, doz. 0 IS
uurrBR.
Family, choice, fresh, lb. '? 2?
Merchants', fair. lt>. 22 >j
I,IVB STOCK.
Veais, choice to fancy, Ib.... (? s
Veals, poor to lair, lb. 6 (U Hi
Sheep, lb. 4 4r
Lambs, spring. It'. 10 <i* 12
Lambs, fall, lb. i II 7VS
Cattle, fair to prime, Ib. 4 5j 6
Megs, lb. ? "<I 7?
COUNTKY-CUItEO BACON,
lianis, we!: smoked, small, lb...Not wanted
Hains.' well smoked, large, lb....Not wanted
Sides, will amoked, Ib.Not wanted
Shoulders, well smoked, lb.Not wanted
HIDES.
Orv tltnl. lb. Cf *>
Dry salt, n. ? bt
Oroen. anlt, lb. V 11
C.rcetl. lib. , * }?
lirecti, damaged. :b.As to auality
Tallow, B. ? j
Beeswax, ib. ? ?
Market Conditions. Chickens and bens
continue In excellent demand; also ducks.
Cgga lower ami market unsteady. Butter,
;i\e stock and hides extremely active.
NEW VOUK i'lMintCK MARKET.
New York. April It?Flour?Firmer wltha|
fair demand. Spring patents. *i.45}| 6.70:
?Huer patents. H'?'"?? ?''?*' ?>'<' Flour?ami
Harles?Firm. Cornmeul ami Ityc?Steads
Wheat?Spot, No - red, {1 i?elevator. ex
Port basis, to arrive, ami it.l.iji I. o. b.
aile.it. Futures i.tj'sc net lower. May,
jl.'..'?>; July. ?I.Wi) September. |l.0?, Corn
-Spi
lit elovn
.-in.i easy; itmi.es uvinuiui
barely steady, standard white
t..r-. No. 2. (I< . futures nominal.
cm Ments-Qulel. Fork? Steady, Lard
Strong; Ueef?Firm. Tallow Firm. retro-|
mom-Steady. Itosln and Turpentine-Quiet.
Wool?Quiet. Itlce- Finn. Molasses?Steady,
s?sse Haw, ?eak; refined, easy. Coffee - |
Futures cloied barely steady, net 4 points
lower to 4 point.- higher. Sl'Ot steady. Ulo. !
No. 7. H-V : Santos, No. I. Wie.; mild. ;
OUlet; Cordova. It4; I5lje. nominal. Butter |
ami Cheese?Steady. Eggs-U nsettled Co
taloes-Easv. Florida, barrel, V-MH 7 ,M: ,
Southern sweets, barrel. S2. SO if 3.00. Cabr
bages?Firm; South Carolina, new; orate.!
. ?!..... Florida, fS.SOii 1.80 Freights?Msri
kct -tends. Cotton 10 Liverpool, per ICO
pounds; Kc.. April. Feaniits?Firm; fancy
Handptcked, Virginia, Virginia ?hellen,
Nu,, l and '.'. :', b :.'???.
cut??n-e,.,i ol! w'os bisher early on cover?
ing er shorts and speculative buying. In?
spired by the strength of crude markets
and lard, but during the luie scslon prices i
fiad a sharp break under heavy proflt-tak
Ling', selling l>y refiners and liquidation by
weak long?. Sales totaled 2vWi bnrre's. .
Futures closed 1 point higher for May an.j|
:-.17 lower for later months April, 6 i.\"i> I
! fi:i*i; May. ?.!??? ?60. June. ?> oi "i 6 iO. Julv, ;
i/6.4S; August, t.65t<6.C0; prime crude
Ii '..I?. d<i. summer yellow. ?M$4,S2: d<
i-.>r ye:,eie, *.v>':/7.i0, prim" summer!
it-. ? .MW7.ie.
ClIICACiO CHAIN MARKET,
Chicago. 111., April IS.?It was a dtawn
battle to-day In wheat; Sales Went fur
*'!' the millions, and the market time and |
lime again dashed up and down as m'icli jy.
'. rem '? below to Bio above the lutes:
j n?ures of forty-el^ht TiQ,ur? before It wasi
raid iliat the arrest ownar of wheat m
? 'l.I<-T?e bad tinlmded the great bulk of lns|
'"'?Im*?- Corn rliil?befj fiartfter spurt sj'ven
than wheat, sarylng ftom ]\ic. off to l?,e.
s.1\nn,-e as eompared with Saturdey night.
Oats showed a net deellne of T? ii Ic ',. ;%u
D,c. and provisions a rise of ftfj y.'Vj.-.
The lesdlng .'utures ranged as follows:
Open. nigh. Low. Close
WHfEXA/T?
May. J.tO Vll*i 1.07U in
Juiv .;.! in i.at i/*c i?
Sept . |.(B?4 l.Oi l.iijij ! f,\
I CORN?
I >i*y .v... an ?}>( s ti
. 7>'i 7?
t-'ept. 77S ..rs
ATS?
May . B? r^H
Julv . ... i"? n&!4
Erpt. 44H MX
MESS POHK-I'fr bbl.
May .17.50 17.M
July .1S.P5 tV.Td
Sept.1S.37 rs.ci
wAKJ.>?Ecr 100 lbs.
May .10.10 10.35
.Inly .50.42 10.53
Sept.10-ftJ 10.76
Oct.10.S7 lO.fO
JHOKT RIBS?Per 100 lbs.
May .ft-SJ to '7
July .1023 10.3T
Scpl.lot: lP.'Sn
c ash grain closed; No. : red. Jl.lfl'M 1 V.''.s:
No. 2 hurd. 11.10*4 01.15. Corn?No 3. TSVttt
:r-4e. Oats?No. r, while. {.S'.inSe.. standard.
Elgin. III.. April 15.?The quotation com?
mittee of the Elgin board this afternoon ',
declared butter nrht ot 31c.
Baltimore. Md.. April 15.?Wheat?Unset-j
tkd; apol. contract; il 03. i.'orn ?Easier; j
spot, contract. (C^e. Oats? Klrm; No. j]
I white, 6P4?*Vc. nyc?Nominal; No. : wcat-|
. crn, domestic, Ktfttc.
RICHMOND lilLVJN MARKET.
Richmond. Va.. April lo. 1912.
VH?I.BSALE QCOTATION'S ON 'CHANGE.
fVMKAT?Car jots.
No. 2 red. Western. ?"jij 1.16
No. - red. Virginia. ?j 1 11
. No. S red. 51 1.13
Virginia, bag lota. LOG 6i 1.12
rjOitN?Car lots.
No. ; white. 00 ff
No. .1 sTT.ite. S9 0
No. 2 mixed. 3 M
No. ." mixed. la St
Virginia, bag lota. SS tj *J
j 1AT??Car lots.
j No. 2 mixed. 62 <5
No. .7 mixed. HI 4j
No. 2 wlilte. ? M
No. 3 unite. flj (1
Winter .seed, bag lota. Nominal
-tYK-i-.ir lot-..
X'o. 2.. Nominal
Nt?, 3. Nominal
Virginia, bag lot?. Nominal
RICHMOND HAY MARKET.
Richmond, Va-. April 15. 1312.
-Quotations of tho ltlctiinoud Hay Ex
.'hanke are for car lots;
No. I Tlmotliy. 51 31 00
No. 2 Timothy. <?> 30.00
No. 3 Timothy. 26.6? Q
Light Clover, mixed. Q 30.00
.Vo. I Clover, mixed. 4j IS.00
No. 2 Clover, mixed. ^1 iu.00
No. 1 Clover. ft 27.?0
No. - Clover.. if 2t.c0
dTRA.iV- Compressed . lf.Oft if
I.O?SC-pressed, large bale:.. 15.5(1 fu
EllCCKH?Compressed . t\ JO.00
Loose-pressed, lara> bales.. te is.00
Load your cars so that buy at door* rep?
resents contents nnd thus avoid rejections.
This market grades hay In nceor,lance
with tbt ruics r.i the .National Hay Asso?
ciation.
CATTLE MARKETS.
RICHMO'RTJ LIVE STOCK MARKET.
iS.iles at I.'11 loll Sunk Yards.)
Itlehmond, Va., April l?. U12.
Report i>.' the live *tn, a market for the
w.ek ending ?>prll It, IM3:
Receipts ?Cattle, C?M bead: calves, n head;
sheep. IvJ head. bogs. 107 head.
Best steers. R", 87c ; me'dlum to good, 6ft
m,c.j common m fair, 4'i ?1 ?',c.; best heif?
ers, fiL.'i; 0i-.; in. riiutn to good, >"''ic.;
,o;i,nion 10 fair, ?. >', -i ???,.-.; best cows, t'j'?'
medium to good. :\s; IV; common to
;.ilr. V; ben oxen, i.'n b'-c: medium
.. good, I.M\c; bulls. O.';'.-.; t?ilves. extra.
*'.jtf$?.; fair to medium, offCVf. l-'resh
cows; 5.:.'11 .||Cr head. Pest heavy hogs,
71, 7 i-.c.; good. HI to ISO-pound bona; 7if
7'.r.; light hogs nnd pltts, SU*i7?\ : sows and
stags, JV, qj ?V,e.; best sheep, 41.ifloV4c.; com?
mon 10 fair. 3tjie.; best lambs. tvYflife.;
common 10 fair, (i,-a B?-t Spring
iambs. J3tjS.0O per head.
Itlehmond. Va.. April 13. Uli.
. hlcngd. 111., April U.?Cattle?Receipts
bend. Market active and steady to
|0c. higher. Beeves, S5.5t)1M>.7r,; Texas steers,
? 1 .10: Western steers. JS.fiaHTT.lO; stock
.?1 , and feeders. J 1.30 V 6 6i; 'cows and belf
77't 77'i
76', 76',
67H 67Vi
43S
17.57 17.6$
17 S7 I Sat*.
li.32 15.40
10.17 to.-o
19.32 lO.e" 1
1? St 10.70 1
n>.'77 in so
I
1
9 fs5 10 05 I
10.17 10.? i
10.37 lOiy I
rrs. JJfiOfJT 00; calves. ?6-98 0?. rTogs?Re-]
celpts 31.000 head. Market br'S?, prices 5c.
higher. Light, 87.6097.92: mixed and heavy,
57 M'p S CO; rough, $7.60Q7.7S; ples. J5S7.20;
bulk of sales. I7.S037I? Sheep? Receipts
J3.OO0 head. Market* generally steady. Na?
tive. 11.96UC.30; western. 1771096.90: year-|
lines. jr..9Og-.?0; lambs, native-, 55.60 Tf 7.7.',;
western. $69 6.10.
New York. April 16.?Beev/js?Receipts :..*?!
bend. Steers slow, barely steady ; bulis
strong to shade higher; i*o?s slow, steers.
So 2.>r;j8.25; bulls. 84.26967*: cows. r2.6096.SO. ]
iltlves?Receipts 8,370 head. .Market lower. j
Veals. 15.6098.76; culls. $6. Sr.eep nnrf Lambs
-Receipts 11.600 head. Slie.p and Iambs;
steady. Unshorn sheep. St.6096.26; clipped.
13 6096.60; culls. S.t^r*.*'.: unshorn lambs.
K Mg S.75; clipped. J5.J0777.f0; culls, S5 7j?.2?.
lloss-Rerelpt,. 11.MO head. Markel lower at
?7.6&9S.25; plus. J*.7e4f.7.B0.
RIOIXMOND TOBACCfs MARKET.
Richmond. Va . April IS, l?;;.
BROWN AND ODIVE STRMM 1NO?NEW.
Dugs .S ."..W (g| 7.50
Short leaf. 7.50 y 3 00 j
Long lear. S 50 JJ 11.00
BROWN 8HIPPINO.
Lugs . 6.60 a 7.00 I
short leaf. 7.50 9 9.00]
Long leaf. 8.79 Cf 11.01
Wrappers . 11.00 (t 13.00
Medium . 10.00 n tiOO
Flno . 1Z/.4 U 1&.09 I
COTTERS?Common .HwOO V 15.W
Medium . 16.00 V 17.60
Klne . 20.00 0 2.1.00 |
Fancy . JijOO tf 27.00 j
FILLERS?Common . 6.00 9 10.00
Medium .11.00 9 12.CO j
<;ood . 13 00 Hi 15 00 ,
Flno . 16.00 ifi M.oo1
?Flno . 32.50 V 37.501
WRAPPERS?Common . 16.00 ?| 20.0? j
Medium . 22.00 <H 25.00
Ooed .2?.00 O 30.03 i
Fancy.40.? 9 43 09 i
6UN-C?IIBD-.NEW.
Luzs. common to good. 5.60 9 7.0? j
Lues, good to prime. 7.50 ?f> 8.60
Short leaf. SDO & lt.0g i
Long leaf. 10.00 a 1X00 I
Wrappers . 11-60 V 17.5? |
Primings . 1.50 9 6.20 1
MISCELLANEOUS MARKETS.
DRY OUUUS MARKET.
New Yjork, April IE.?The wide print cloth
market was strong again and advancoa Ot
IsC. a yard were paid freely. Raw silk Is
strong in foreign markets. Advances are
being named on staple dress goods for late
delivery. Jobbers report a modefate trade.
NAVAL STORES.
Wllmtngtoy, N. C., April IS.?Turpentine
Steady at 44c; receipts ]1 casks. Rosin
Steady in 14.46; receipts 71 Mirrols. T-ar?,
Firm at 11.90; receipts 41 b'arrels. Crudol
Turpentine?Firm at JS.fc'ig.t.oO; receipts S I
barrels.
MAJMNK INTELIJGENCE
rORT OF RICHMOND. AI.RIL 35. 1912.
ARRIVED.
Steamer Brandon. Ilamey, Norfolk, mer?
chandise and passengers, Old Dominion Line.
Steamer Berkeley. Shelly. NorfoTTJ, mer?
chandise and passengers. Old Dominion Line.
Steamer Aurora. Furrnan, Petersburg and
Jsmes River landings, merchandise, and pas?
sengers, Furman Line.
SAILED.
Steamer Brandon, llarney. ?Nor*olk. mer?
chandise and passengers, Old 73omTnton T.lnc.
Steamer Berkeley, Shelly. Norfolk, mer?
chandise and passengers. Old Dominion Line.
Steamer Moblack. Ornvcs, Norfolk and
James River landing*, merchandise nnd pas?
senger*, Virginia Navigation Company.
Steamer Aurora. Furman, Petersburg and
.lames River landings, merchandise and pas?
sengers. Furman Line.
TWO MEN CRUSHED TO
DEATH BETWEEN CARS
tRpeclal to The Ttmea-Dlapalch.]
Crowe, Va.. April in.? rtt chard
Belcher, aged fifty years, Inspector ot
trains on the Norfolk and Western
accounts on our books stand in the name of parties who carry
their regular accounts elsewhere. We are not in the busi?
ness of trying to break up old ties and connections. But many
men for various reasons carry two or more accounts, and it is
right there that our proposition fits in. Remember, please,
your money draws 3 per cent, interest as long as it is here,
and is subject to check in whole or in part at any time.
Besides, you will like to deal with a strong institution
that wants new business, and, thanks to its friends, is getting
it.
Travelers' Building, RICHMOND, VA.
Capital. One Million
yards hero, was; killed "flora this)
morning while coupling car*. A, col-1
orcd man named John Xellum, of Pet
orsturg, a brakomori, was killed at
the aaine time. It la thought ho saw
Belcher's danger and in attempting to
net him out was caught und terribly
ma up I cd.
Uelchcr lived a few minutes, but
could not apeak. He leaven a wife and
three children, the oldest of whom ih
Haymoud Helcher, a brnkcniah on
the train Hint killed his father.
Work Ntiirl* on NeiT lllch School.
1 Special to TheTlniea-Dlapatcli.]
llnrrlsonburg. Vn., April 16.?Work J
has started on a new "ll.iinn high
school In Ltnvlllc District, as the re?
sult of a big oducatlonal moveniont
towards consolidating smhller schools'.
This school will lake the place of four
smaller schools In the district and Is
regarded ns n big forward inovemenl.
ALL THE "BIG FIVE"
ALL TO THE POINT
Increasing Demand for Smallest Com?
prehensive t'yeloprilln
Continue*,
And still they come.
I That long lino of all classes and
! conditions of men and women which la
now pasting our cyclopedia counter
se:ni.? to hn never-ending", and the
supply of sets Is being rapidly de?
pleted.
The Times-Dlspntch regrets that the
publishers only provided a llmltod first
edition of this work for tho advance
complimentary distribution, but >every
ecort will ha made to secure a oon
I liniiuilon for Richmond.
Those who carried homo those little
eight-inch bundles yesterday rame to
tho conclusion that all of the "big
little llhrary of five volumes" were "all
to the point" for ready reference in?
formation. Many of thorn have writ?
ten their thanks nnd others must have
told their neighbors. Judging by tho
crowds who came to-day to push this
good thing along.
Never b? fore ir. the history of book
publishing has ao much Information
been shown into five volumes of this
size, with profuse and appropriate Il?
lustrations, nnd th? effort to mak* this
work one of the highest standard has
bad Its rewnrd In that there has never
been such u record-brea-klng rush for
encyclopedias on record as that which
Is now spending force In Tho Tlmen
Dlspatch office.
Ask your neighbor about the books.
To see the set Is to feel that you
must have It.
Clip thoFe six coupons at onoo; then
the set Is yours._
feummer^rgortri!
ANN Ol' N C KM UXT." ~
Mnn-ntirttn Spring-' Neve Itrlrk Hotel
Opens June 1. 1013. Thoroughly mod?
ern. Accommodations for 300 guests.
Early reservation advised.
Booklets, rate cards, etc., upo7i ap?
plication. Address
Mnnannrttrt Sprlngn Co., Inc.,
Rox 27 4. IJarrlsonburg, vs.
The Waverley
VinrilNIA BEAOH.
reopens May 1 for the season 1311.
For terms, until May l, address
MISS C. V. BOUSH,
70f, Botetourt Apartments. Norfolk, Va.
Phone 2339.
The College ot
William and Mary1
A large and efficient faculty. Mod?
ern and itinplc equipment.'. Healthful
situation and historic associations.
High standards of Ufa anil scholarship.
No tuition fen to Virginians. .Special
courses for teachers nnd State scholar?
ships for every county. We Invite In?
spection nnd correspondence. Addreas
THIS n EtilSTH AR,
College of William and Mary,
WilllamshurK. Va.
VIRGINIA MILITARY INSTITUTE
LEXINGTON. VA.
Id. [WM ? ( TUllKS, at llirtr s.?I M..I-?C on Ills 17lh
d.r "f ???? Jim., mil >p|?lnl hTUL CADfT.S 10 Oil ?tctscUf
lo ?M I lib. ltlh. ?Mli. 2Slh, anih. Hat, .lira inA 3Vlh Stnato
risl Distorts. ???:? from the nuu AT LaHOE. Thou sspatat.
niftnti eitrf fioe Hoard ?? I tuitioo. iri I -?? d. ?r.nsld io
tJ4r*fi?4 thm ui l.r,:crr I on or l?for? Juns lOlh. oo forms
tbat ?... U ?.t uro. w> NlcI|OM# 8uDt.
PEABODY
CONSERVATORY
OF MUSIC,
BALTIMORE, MD.
SUMMER SESSION
July " to August IX
Tuition, ?10 to 930, nrenrdlng to atttdy.
Arrangement? for clnascs notr being
made.
Circulars Mailed.
Practice Organs nnd Pianos Available.
The Valentine Museum
ELdSVKNTH AND CLAV. BTUBtST?.'
Open dally from 10 A. M. to [> 1'. M.
Admission. *T>c Pre? on Saturday*.
GREAT
NORTHERN
HOTEL
118W.S7thSt.&l 09121W. 56thSt.
New York
Absolutely Fireproof
An exclusive, new and thoroughly
modern hotel, nffordinp; its guests an
unexcelled combination of accessi?
bility, comfort and convenience.
400 rooms, each with private bath
Sun-Is r??s? with bilk fc saswsr, $2.00 4 J2.50
D.otls" 3 00* 3.50
Cuisine and service of the highest order,
with exceptionally mnderatu prices.
Illustrated booklet vpon requnt.
J. J. L ANN IN CO., Proprietors,
Alto Garden City Hotel, Long Island
SjQ?TOaa^dSaSls?***?.-r*-*r^ ?w-"Ta^rs*saT"slllJi*Ttf< ff^s^LLiltajn?ra
E. A. BARBER, J.R
Certlncri Public Accountant.
E. A. BARBER & CO.
ACCOUNTING, A IJDITING,
O lift A M 7.1X ?. ? V ST KM ATI Z1X G.
215 Mutual Ilutldlogr,
I'hnne Mail. 6.321. Richmond, V?.
The Gladstone
NArUlAGATVJKTT PIKn. It. I,
Open June. 1011.
Large modern hotel, overlooking the
ocean; accommodates 350 guests; sur?
rounded hy benutlful shade trees and
equipped with every convenience that
modern lujoury can suggest. Splendid
bench, bathing, fishing, polo, tennis,
golf, superb drives. Write for literature.
ANDREW R?DEL, A. I, SMITH,
Owner. Manager.
Tnble d'Hotv Dl&nrra Saturday
and Sunday evening*, U to 0 o'clock,
Sl.fiO each.
TURKISH AND ROMAN BATHS
THE JEFFERSON
Richmond, Va.
The most magnificent hotel Jn tba
South. European plan. Rooms single
and en suite, with and without baths.
Spacious sample rooms.
Rate. ?1.50 per dav and upward.
BSOAOWAY and 341b 8THRET
NEW YORK
?TTl80irtM r?6tllSW t^lH. "Tbiwflf *
Iflni of Reff Tori," Coomleat ti
laQtoau Stirftera, Stnosbip Piers, Skus
col Ttatos. tarns froa $1.50;
ffftb bttii $2.50 is. Cuisine froon.
T CRABS"!
Stumpfs (own make) Deviled Crabs.
Stumpfs Special Select Crab Meat.
Hotel Stumpf
Ladies' Dining Rooms. Rathskeller.
"THE HOME FOR SAVINGS."
Constant Saving is the
Price of Success
Saving is easy, once you start, and the future
ought to be looked out for?your old age, when your
earnings will probably lessen.
Why not open a Savings Account to-day and let
us add interest to it twice a year?
The Central National Bank,
CAPITAL,.$250,000.00
307 East Broad Street.
Is Progressive Business represented by the Progressive
Business Men of Richmond.
We want your business now; you may want our advice
and help later.
ank of Commerce
and Trusts
JOS. E. WILLARD, President.
A. R. HOLLADAY, Vice-President.
RO. M. KENT, Jr., VIce-President.
R. B. CAMPBELL, Cashier.
Are You Going to Travel?
If so. whether abroad or in your own country, you
will find the Travelers' Cheques of the American Bank?
ers' Association the most reliable and convenient method
of carrying your money. Promptly and cheerfully hon?
ored by all the prominent hotels of the world. For sali
at the
First National Bank
No. 1104 East Main Street.
Capital and Surplus, $2,000,000
PLANTERS
NATIONAL
BANK,
Richmond, Va.,
aollclta your business. Our capital,
surplus and profits Justify your
account being placed with us.
Capital, $300,000.00.
Surplus and Profits, $1,350,000.00
Capltnt 8(100,000.rin. Surplus s:r,o.oon.no
realty trust co.
ATLANTA, ?JO.
7-J Klrst M'irlcnsp f% _y
The official recoTd shows that t'n*
T.Ife Insurance Company of Virginia
closed loans aggregating 550,000.00??
secured by
Atlanta Real Estate
In one day?^^arch 7. 1812.
Our booklet will give many reasons
?why they and many others aro doing;
this. ASK US FOR IT.
BD WIN P. ANS LEY, - President
S. B. McXIXKEY. - Mgr. I^oan Dpt.
Manchester National Bank
A strong, safe bank in which to
place your money.
National Bankol Virginia
Capital, - $1,200,000
Surplus, - $ 600,000
Accounts solicited
Ninth and Main Street
Commonwealth Bank
12 North Ninth Street.
We Jiave branches conveniently located
throughout the city?102 East Bro.til
Street, Twenty-fifth and Broad Streets,
143V Williamsbtirg Avenue.
~f. f.~V.
Fncts?Flftu ros?Verified.
CHARLES F. HUDNALL,
AUDITING, AOOOUNTINO,
?VSTRM ATIZINO.
?09 Travelers feldfi., Richmond, Va.
Monroe 4AL

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