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New York
Stock Market
York. Scptomb'
:gular Kt< k
? l by u buy
noe ration? of
?.t. Prime mercantile paper..." i-2j
ty-day bjllj and iHibt for demand:
mmcrcial bills not quoted.
KiniM'IMi BTftt U M UtKE
'enturitt, c. and n
II.ROAD KOXDS.
:
tliET ItAIlAVAY DONPf.
am; and thus
crlcan National.
sorjD us
i"\ m\i:ki !v
THE UNION BANK
OF RICHMOND.
no: r.As-'*" .vain street]
? 1 00 makes a start 2 VtllX
cent. interest.
Official Range and Sale of Stocks in New York
Pales.
Stock.
l.noo
1.0X1
Allls-Calmers .
Allts-Chalmers, pfd.
Amalgamated Copper ? ?? M?
Amer. Afefl; Chenu com. fil?
Amer. Be<.it Sugar, coin . <3Yi
Vmorlcan Can . SMi
Amcrlc ?n Can. pf-1. ?5
Amor. Car and Fbundrp 'j"a
Ann r. Car ami Fotln,'pfd ? ??
Aniorlc mi Cotton <>:1.. f-''?
Am. Hide and Lcathi r. pr .
American Llnsted Oll? IMS
American Locomotive ?? *4
Amor, Locomotive, pfd...
Amer. Malt Co.i Pf(I. '"' ' ?"
American Smelting . >J,1-<
Amer. Shufl CO.. com? ]-J
American Sugar
Ah>er. T<1. and Tel
American T0baC<?0.
A on rlcan
AimCondn
Atehlson
Atlantic f
Baltimore
Bethlehem
Tobo
Co...
com
pfd..
ippor
. h. m Sti
h-Am
pfl
Tub. e?
Rapid Transit. DO
Central Leather, com . -v,i
Canadian Pacific . 272*!?
?hesapoal<e and" Ohio..., SIT?
Ihicago Great Western ...
Mil, and Si. Paul.,, m-'>,
?
?
Chicago anrl NOrthwest. .
? ? ! lei and Iron "?,
. rado and So'iithorh., 40t4
Delaware and Hudson.
Den. and rtlo Grnn.J com ...
s'rborb-Met .
rloro-M,.,.. pf?1.
RlOr Marine, corn-..
BY THOMAS BRANCH &? CO.,
Closing*.
High. Low. Bid Asked Bales.
Banker.-, and lirokera.
Closing.
Open. HlKh. Low. Bid Aokod
II
io:
?j" -
125
|43>
271V?
le-.e.
150
Ifi.,
Ii?
???-?a
71
86?i S3
ii1? lilt
,?..??? >ii
us** iai
.....
13%
41
109 i
?
lirj
120
hp,
p-,v
123 i
I4P
3 284
iu>> pc
4P
107%
141
2?a
4.".
lasH
142
100
6,320
100
70.1
:;.:?-?
l.m.
1.7"
pni, '?"!>
2Stt WVi
272* 273?,
81% M?,
l^s. 5S*?
I0WS 1w
145?!
l.*"'., |n2?i
IS**, llfifii
125 19?
its, rn,
34.SO0
.Li
wo
Internationa] Paper .... K'i
Int. Paper, pfd. eV;,
i.ehiRh Valley . W?*s
Liggett and Myers, com AO
Liggett and Myers, pM. ???
Lorlllard Tob Co com. ...
Lorlllard Tob. Co. pfd. ...
Louisville and Nashville l<y?.?
Mexican Petroleum ? 7,?,
Miami Copper . 21?*?
Missouri Pacific . 39?4
M,> . Kan and Texas.
National Biscuit .
National Lead .
N.w Vork Central H4'i
N. Y.. Oht. and Western "
Norfolk an i Western... IIS*-?
Northern Paelllo . I**4
Pacific Mall .
Pennsylvania . 124%
People's Gas .
P.. C., i". and St L, com. W
P., (:., C. shd St. L, pfd ...
Pittsburgh Coal. com... 2P-i
Pressed Steel ?'ar. 37??
Pressed Steel ?'ar. pfd.
Ky. Steel Sprlnif. com.. ~;\
Reading . MSH
Republic Iron and Steel ->'?'?*
Republic I. and s.. pfd., 87?,
Rock Island . ?,?4
Rock island, pfd.
Seaboard Air Line, com. ...
S i loard Air Litte, pfd RS%
SlbSi-Sheffleld . 6S
Southern Pacific ..,_ ItlVi
Southern Railway. ?"'"?
Southern Railway, pfd. s"-..
Standard Oil .
Tennessee Copper . 42
Texas Pacific. ??.?
Union Pacific . i7'?\
fnite.i states Rubber... 51
I'nlod States St"el. ,?'.???
United States Steel, pfl H-:.
P. S. Cast Iron Pipe.
Va -Car. i 'hehilca I ii"?
V<i -Car Chemie ? 1 pfd ...
Va By, and power, pfd. .
\Vabash) i>f,i.
Western Union .
Weyman-Bruton To Co ...
Total sale.- for day
Total sales for week (two day
57',
168?,?
163%
77\
?.;??.,
39-Sj
124%
no
25%
3714
:t7N4
1(5?',
S7'n
mv4
115%
124?4
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8t%
41?4
23t'?
Ko-.,
51
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109
111
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120 11:"
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6114
7--S
113
11?
17?
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eD.j
?.T.".,"?-k'i
s), bw,:
shares
00 share?.
<"elp:?. -UM bales: stock. 127.3)7 bales: export
i dp -rv-jv.- 147 kv...
''" ?? ill ports?Not reoolpts.
? rii-: t^. (he Continent. R5S
?
?? ? ? ? "t'f": to Oreat Britain, 37,333
l'M''ran?i ::.'???( t-n:?v to the Contl
tn slrjec September 1 nt n'.l ports-Net
receipts, ".t:-- bales; export to Oreat Britain.
"?" boles to France, "C.74S bales: to the
New Orleans Lay. September 4 -Cotton
futures ripened iteady at advance of i: '. :3
-
In the wenern belt T!o> mirket had no
- ::ttic power, iil'houirh reports from the
:: ii. March. 11:?: May. D.6J.
LOCAL MARKET <Jt OTATtONS.
?
?
Blrhmond. Va . September I 1912
\( rt'AL WIIOBBSAI.IJ QUOTATIONS OI
VIA I? K KT.
UVB I'OtfLTBY.
choice to foncj
. ; .t. iina.l, ib. t/
.11 :'. gmokl J. la: go, Ib. H v
well smoked, lb. ll'i't
erg, well smoked* lb... ISlttj
111 DBS.
nl Ib..... So o
lit, lb. -.4 ij
salt. It. 1J c
WOOL
I? nl burr.s.
ghtly burry,
M A It KJ1T.
?<? ; No .1 white TV. rj-fis.r. ; No.
. Oala-No 5 white, B3<J
stnhdard. rftaitc.
mo-e. Md . Feptemh -r 4 ?W'h??t
<-ontrnet. K*.c. Corn?Quiet: con
SS'.tc Oats?Fairly firm: contract, I*
(Ulci No 2 n?'Orhy. rar1 lots. S0'(TS2c,
rti< itMOxn <;k \in m lrkei .
Richmond, v.i . srpt?mii'r I, 191
tVIIOIiBSAr.lv QUOTATIONS ON "CHANl
WiiTiAT?Car :? it.
No. 3 red, \V.-stern.
No. ? nd. Virginia.
No. 3 red.
t Irgthja .
Virginia; hoc lots i for seed
I ' >RN?Car lots.
hilxed.
iiilxiifi
fp : <n?
I new*....
'new)....
(new)....
(ni w? ...
..'if
? 5
Ith hmoxi) 1iay m \rkf.t.
Rtchmon 1. V.i . ?t. n'fiember' 4. !'?
bale*.
<
i \ I I i i M VRK&T:
MONV) I.IVB STOCK MARKET
. ? - :,: Ifnton Stock Yards.I
Richmond. Vn.. September I. l'-l
RIt II MONI? fOR \< I <> M \itKK1
?
OW'N SHII'IMNi
RICHMOND, VA.
Capital, One Million
?I1SI I.I LA> EOI - M \HM.I ?
DRV GOODS MARKET
Vnr'K. September 4. -The dry cool? !
lar market* nr? aetlv? iir.1 r<*ta ?--?
luylng sleadlty, Primary markets Huts
??? ???????A ami cMton Vh-k ar> steady1
".. ..... r icndenry,
naval STORE?
mincton N i* , September 4 ? Spirits'
m tine?Steady at 87He ; r?--?tpt? . casks
? ?? id; a! ??! 10; receipts ."? barrels i
(?????? at IJ.lO; receipts 1= barrels;
S T irf -stine-Vlrm at IS::.it">
?? ? Septemlj f i ?Turpentine?
i i . i "-'-i' ! 598 ciiaks: re-I
? .-'-:??: ship-To tu.? 1,113 casks, ,
? ?V:? lte.it. Firm; -.?:.? :.?-.?:
r. elptfi ".',117 barrets' shipments]
'-. Stock 8S.S2I harre;., ynotr: D.
M \ it ink ivi i t i ii r.m r.
if Richmond; September
\ RRIVT5D
-
ntl passenger* Ohl Dominion Mri? j
turoro, Kurm.tn. Priersborj and
?r landings merehjndli? and pas
SAILED.
Berkeley, Shelly. Norfolk. m?r
: iaMenders, Old D iintnlon 7.me.
< HUP- is VORTIfA.M I'TON.
Sprlna, Followed l?j Droiiaht ? Loral
??? iiitnn. Corn and Pinion. >hort.
?
?*i-lnp. rauslll?
..! about Ihre?
PilV. I
?
. ..f Northampton wit' Ve ;
?
s. almost all entire fallur ?. yet
? ?
i
? ? ? ? ? ra?K<< *? ?>* ltiei?:i?i d. ?
llizer used and much if t. much
ilvnted. Man. 'armer? ittttmpt'd
urns m he ?mien dolim ?hm: pea-'
T ? . Rirojvtli the y|h. ?? !s 'lot ?
as uisijot, l?iii they have remained;
per.'i.hi* In many (nstAriC - to
? u ??' piliMtr t.irtr, ??? ??m-'!
?
Is
North inipl ? ,.f inn so ml ef|UHl
Clin nil>er - ?Thorn.
(Sp'i lal io The I noes-1 tispatch. J
Frederick? urg; Va.. September 4 ?
.in. hambers. <.'' < h arlottesville. ami
ils'i l",ilzul>eth Thorn oi Faurfuler
prin-'s. in lower Faurtuler County,
cere married it ih? hdmi of the
nidi I'teV L F. Harp, r pcrforminy
Farmern Will Form I uinu.
.. . |'aI to Th< Ttmes-lilsphtrh.]
Cbarii.itteflylile. Va.. Septemoer 4.?
?leKatcs from the carious farmers'
:le, ..f Albemarle County im t at the
kit bully of forming an Albemarle
?iini -, Farmers' I'nlon, A committee
imposed of this Secretaries <>f the
win appointed t? draft a constl
itloii niid by-laws and present, the
mo. !.. .% mi etli to he held In this
tj lie ;i: t Mondn} in November,
was ih. sentiment "f the meeting
.it . county union should have sev
ai business meetings yearly and also
THE STOCKHOLDERS OF THE
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
AND THE
NATIONAL BANK OF VIRGINIA
Have ratified the recommendations of their respective Boards of Directors, consoli?
dating the two Institut ons under the name of the
First
OF RICHMOND, VIRGINIA
Previous to moving into their elegant now building, the combined institution
will occupy, beginning September 3d, temporary quarters .it
900 East Main Street
Corner Ninth and Main
amply prepared and equipped to take- care <>f the customers of the old institutions
and such others as may feel the desire to take advantage of enlarged facilities. While
this institution is now the largest between Philadelphia and New Orleans, we desire
the public to distinctly understand that SMALL ACCOUNTS ARE CORDIALLY IN?
VITED AND WILL BE ENCOURAGED. A modern, up-to-date Savings Department
will be maintained and conducted for the benefit and use of the thriftv.
\N. M. HABLISTON,
Chairman of the Hoard.
JNO. B. PURCELL
Presid cnt.
JNO. M. MILLER, .lr..
Vice-Prcsident.
W. M. ADDISON.
Cashier.
( HARMS R. BURNETT,
Asst. Cashier.
\V. P. SHELTON,
Asst. Cashier.
ALEX. V. RYLAND,
Asst. Cashier.
J. C. JOPLIN,
Asst. Cashier.
O. S. MORTON.
Asst. Cashier.
JOHN TYLER,
Asst. Cashier.
W. H. SLAUGHTER,
Asst. Cashier.
JAS. M. BALL. Jr.,
Auditor.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
\V. M. Addison.
H. L. Cabell,
T. M. (.arrington,
T. A. Cary,
A. H. Christian, Jr..
Geo. L. < Ihristian,
S. Dabney Crcnshaw,
( diaries 1 >avenp< >rt.
G. A. Da\enport,
Jno. C. Easley,
VV. M. Habliston, Chairman.
0. II. Funsten,
I ppa Ilunton, Jr.,
Jno. M. Miller, Jr.,
1 rederick E. Nolting,
John B. Purcell,
Wm. T. Reed.
R. G. Retinoids.
T. M. Rutherfoord,
E. A. Saunders, Jr.,
1". Sitterding,
1. Stern.
S. W. Travers,
J. G. Tinslev,
Ii. Rand Well ford,
A. D. Williams,
F. D. Williams,
John Skelton Williams,
T. C. Williams, Jr.,
Jno. T. W ilson,
Henry W. Wood,
Coleman W on ham,
CONDENSED STATEMENT September 2, 1912
RESOURCES.
1.' '.His and disci .tints.
Other stock and bonds.
United States Bonds.
Premium on United States P.ohds.
Cash and due from banks.,
LIABILITIES.
i. apital Stock .
Surplus and undivided profits..
Unearned discount .
Accrued interest and taxes.
Unpaid dividends.
Circulation .
I.'nited States bond account..
sits .
Deposit at trustee's committees
$13.644717 21
854,845 $4
1.953.500 00
6.578 33
3.707,991 4;,
$20,167,632 81
,000,000 00
OJJ.OOO 00
107,352 t\4
77,644 09
9-4 62
,843,897 50
,034.400 00
,314,461 63
766,952 33
$20,167,632 81
oi more i-ouniy picnics, the primary
obje > ,,f tli-- latter helnpr to on.-our
?B?- acquaintanceship ami friendship
between people from different section's
of the. county.
Commonwealth Bank
Your money is absolutely safe
arid pur banking offices arc coji
tcnientlj located.
E. A. BARBER, Jr.
Ccrtllted Public trroun.inl,
E. A. BARBER & CO.
IMIII N UM.. \ I II11 IM-,
ORUAXI7.IM;. SVSTK*1.\TIZIXC.
sin 11 ii tit a I itullillnK.
fin-in- >1n?l. S321. Itlehinond, Va.
Manche; fer National Bank
(Inc dollar -i week deposited in
bur savings department amounts
in nearly six hundred dollars in ten
\ cars.
; PROTECTION
I Of the depositors' Interest* has been the keynote of the success of
I Richmond's Strictly Commercial Bank
I Puch protection Iiis earned for It i well-deserved reputation fVir strength
and security?and the <-? nrlrjence of its patrons
Planters National Bank
OK ItICHMOXI?, VIROINIA.
< npltni .:. * .?too.ooti.o
StirpliiH nml Profits. $1.4tK>.omi.OO
lime Per i mi interest, C'ompnun leil Semi-Annually, Paid in asvlnsa
Itrpnrtment.
With Ample Reserves
and Resources
This biuik extends a cordial welcome to all open;n?
hank accounts.
Loans on Real Estate and Collateral.
Business, Personal and Savings Accounts wanted.
"The Herne for Savings"
Security of Principa and Income is assured by
deposit n& your surplus funds In The Central National
Bank.
The average man and his money is too often lured
to un~ivi.se inves ments, while a savings account with
this hank means Safety of Principal always, with 3
per cent merest added semi-annually.
The Central National Bank
CAPITAL,.$250,000.00
307 East Broad Street.

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