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Citizens* Building and Loan Association,
**?. ?t.
Now ?being organized. First meeting
Tuesday, November 5th, 7:30 P. M., LEE GAMP HALL.
Always natures on time
Prudent and Economical Management.
Oldest in ihe citv.
Is purely Mutual.
For further information sec the follc-ving officers: A. c. Becker. President: L. C. Tucker,
Vice-president; George Sorg, Treasurer; Charles A. Schmidt, Secretan,*. Trustees?George
H. Richardson. LeRoy E. Brown and \V. T. Ryan. Attornev?jno. B. Gavie. Directors?The
above and C. F. Seigle, W. T. Smoot, A. W. Hargrove and J.'S. Brauei.
THE NATIONAL BANK OF VIRGINIA
UNITED STATES AND STATE DEPOSITORY.
GEO.L. CHRISTIAN,President. W.M. HABLISTON,Vicf-Pres't&Chairman Ex,Com'tee
T. K. SANDS, Cashier. O.S. MORTON, Ass't Cashier.
PIHECTORS.
GEO.U CnPlSttA?, SEM. f. ALSOP, II. THEODORS EU Y50.1, ?CIIN ADDtSO.\
f. E KOLTIKG?, GEORGE ?.. CAN,*,0!*<, F. LA.MCASTER WILLIAMS, J. H. CAPERS,
t. D. WILLIAMS, K.M. VAUGHAN, T. II. ELLETT, R G. RENHOLDS,
t. a. CARY, l.RAND WEI LIORD, J. W. ?tOTHERT, U'. M. UABLISTOi*.,
RODT.S. nOSHER.
- - ACCOUNTS SOLICITED. - -
Interest Paid on Deposits in Savings Department and on Certificates of Deposit,
l?erTfiRfi OF CREDIT. FOREIGN EXCHANGE.
??7 East Main St., Next to Lexington Hotel,
and Opposite Richmond Dispatch.
THE INSTITUTION FOR THE PEOPLE.
' Deposits in sums of ONE DOLLAR AND UPWARDS RECEIVED AND INTEREST
ALLOWED. Loans made on Real Estate. Negotiable paper discounted.
? A. PATTERSON, President. L. Z. MORRIS, Vice-President.
dWis JAMES M. BALL, Cashier. . . .;
? DIRECTORS?Geor?e L. Christian;:N.;D. Hargrove, P. Whitlock, F^SHterf?mjr,
H. Theodore Elly^?n, li. Seiden Taylor, -W? li. Zimmerman, O. O. Owen??;. H..iSls?p,
John W. Gordon, G. G. Valentine.
VIKGINIUS NEWTON, President.
J. B. BEASLEY, CaSHIB?
UNION BA??T?F~RICHMONQ
ORGANIZED MAY 3, I8S6.
CCFCSIT rCL'R SAVINGS WITH A SOLID INSTITUTION-THE STRONGEST IN ??? SOUTH.
Capitai..-r....;.$219,750
Undivided Profit .....i.$290,000
Deposits.?r&...t.. .$1,400,000
DIRECTORS:
Vn c?mi'5 Newton, ?. T. Afringion, Jr., B. alsop, T. W. ?e??e?tp?
N..W.Bowe, Chas. Davenport, J b. Beasiey.
Small and Large Deposits Solicited,
Interest Allowed.
LOANS NEGOTIATED.
?i-rf-f-M + 4'?') M ?f.f+'-H ? + ,?>+?''? ???"?? ? ? ?. ? ?Mf')*H-rT*>tf?} H ? M?ffi
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EC.URSTY
I 107 East Main Street,
CAPITAL?. ?
; CITY DEPOSITORY,
- elfcrs exceptional tanking facilities to individuals, Nrmz an4 corporations Coarle3*f y
; Accuracy, Liberality, -???? mark the conduct of your account. BRINQ IT TO US. ?
Interest allowed in Savings Department. ?
DJRKCTORS.-Clay Drewry. W. T. Hancock. C. H. Hagan. J. L. Antrim ?
C. D. Larus. Jackson Guy. J. B. Mosby, H. XV. Rountree. Preston Cocke. Edear ?
G. Gunn. ?. R. Savage. ?. A. Cetlln. S. D. Crenshaw. James R. Gordon. C. W T
? 'i'anner. ., _.. +
. E. A. Catlin, President.}. ?'3 Clay Drf.wry, Vice-President. Y
George W. Warrem, Cashier. X
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American National Bank.
Depository United States, State of Virginia, and City ol Richmond.
CAPITAL?, - - - "^ ^>200,000.QQ
Clhtr J.Sends, Pr?s. Chas. ?E. Wtngc, V.-Prcs. 0. B. tiill, C'h'r. Waller Holladay. As't. C'j'r
EIREC70KS: Win. C. Camp, Wm. J. Payne, Leon L. Strauss. John S. Cuaain.;!ii-n
C\\ycr ?. Sands, Philip Whitlock,. W. R. McComb, W. B. Saunders, Chas. E. Wingo.
We sie prepared to furnish dcpoMtorsHVeiy facility consistent with food 'bankin?;
From smallest iayinj:s to largest commercial accounts received on iayoiabi.* .term'?
o->
| MERCHANTS NATIONAL BANK. |
Capital $200,000.00 Surplus Over $500,000.00.
Designated state, United States and City Depository.
Does a General
Banking Business
Collections a Specialty.
Interest Allowed
on Deposit?.
ex
Largest Bank Depository South of Baltimoro. X
JOHN P. BRANCH, President, JOHN F. GLENN, "Cashier. *?*
" ' JOHN ?. BRANCH, Vice President V
?
Scott & StriD?TaUow
Members New York Stock
Exchange,
Bankers ^ Broli
Detailed Information Furnished in
regard to Southern Invest?
ment Securities.
Correspondence Solicited.
A,E,DO.?&C0.
BANKERS and BROKERS.
5tock Bought oc Margin.
Direct wires New York, Phila?
delphia, Chicago.
John L. Williams & Sons,
BANKERS
-UND BEALERS IK
INVESTMENT SECURITIES,
Corner Tenth and Mala Streets.
a '??'i Cluing ?^ l?Os
BANKERS and BROKERS.
Members ol New York Cotton Exchange and
Chicago Board of ?Trade.
New York Correspondents:
LADENB?RO. THALMANN & CO,
I RINCE & WHITELY;
LEHMAN BROS.
? NEW YORK,
Private Wires to \ BOSTON and
. CHICAGO.
? MONEY ??ANSD S.ALARIED PEOPLE,
'retail merchants, teamsters and board?
ing-house keepers UDon their ov.n names,
without eecurlty: easy payment?-. TOI>
MAN". Room 10. So. 1110 Main Street.
BHckensderfer Typewriters
. ?33.00 and S?O.CO.
For sale by
NATIONAL SEAL WORKS.
Rubber stamp.;, ceals ana supplies. ?
???. 1210 East Main Dtreet (over Tisnor's).
? Old 'phone. 54. New 'phi-n?' ??4.
MARKET CLOSED
DULL AND HEAVY
Speculators Disappointed on Their
Hopes for a Ri?e,
MONEY A DISTURBING FACTOR.
Engagement of Gold for Export Modified
Opiomiiiic Views?Individual Price
Ahvemcnts Were of Smtli
Moment.
(Uy Associated Press.).
???? YORK. Nov. 4.?Speculators ware
disappoint??" of their'hopes of a rise In
prices in. to-day's? stock market, of whi^h
tl-.ej fancied that the active buyin**- move?
ment, at the closinir of Saturday's market,
alter Uie appearance o? an unsatisfactory
nun ? fatatoinent, ?-as a precursor, rte
i>oris continuiti reassuring to-day of the
favorable progress - of tuo negotiations
over the .Northern J'aciilc and (jrt-at
northern Railway matter, but there is
room lor the question how far the iorth
ccraing announcement of the result hu3
alreauy been discounted, 'ine beiiellt of
such a ?Development as removing u
threatened cause ot damage to security
values is selt-evident, but- th? linanclal
project which these negotiations seek to
adjust ou a permanent oasis lias lost its
magical power of appeal to the specula?
tive imagination. Tne apparent decision
oil .Saturday to adhere to an optimistic
vicv.' of.tlie ?money outlook was also modl
?cii to-day...''''he engagement o? ?fl.iS?Kt.ijiio I
?n, froid' for' shipment by to-morrow's
siciinier' to Europe and the renewed'
strength in tlie foreis'n. exchange market,
in spite of Saturday's shipment, were no?
ticed that considerable requirement was
?Itili unsatisfied.
The light offerings of Government bonds
fo?? redemption, compared' to the last
blocks of last Friday; came as another
disappointment, and dashed the hopes Of
considerable relief to the money market
from that source. Tq-day's redemptions
at the Sub-Treasury amounted to $150*44JO
par. Last week's currency movement
gave hope that the Western demand had
been satisfied 'and that the current from
that direction turned again toward New
York, leaving only the South to be reck?
oned with ior ine future. To-day's trans
f??? had a disturbing effect on this view,
although it is not necessarily that of a
Aiiewitl-of any consid'erabie demand from
&hc .AVeat.-nTho foreign market continued
;Co bo .studied' with interest, as indicating
the continuance of the. gold movement.
The French naval' demonstration against
Turkey seemed to have an unsettling ef?
fect on stock markets, but the recent de?
cline in sterling at Paris. was more im?
portant from the New.York standpoint.
The motives l'or the, calling home of the
French capital at the present, scale are
not altogether clear. Industrial losses.
speculative losses in copper and several
large pending loans, including a Russian
loan and a Chinese loan, are supposed to
have their part in the movement. Indi?
vidual price movements in to-day's market
do not call for sp'?cia1? mention, except of
th? evident i.nuidation in People's uas
and sharp advances in Buffalo. Rochester
and Pittsburg stocks, amounting to 7,\t?
points in the common ami* 7 points in the
preferred. The **?arket closed dull and'
heavy; but ?t some recovery from the
lowest I'nion Pacific ' rising a fraction
over Saturday in the. final dealings.
Railroad bonds irregular. Total sales,
par value. .??'.q'.I.Oim
The total sales of stocks to-day were
?1-11,100 shares. . .
"MOXEY JTSll EXCHANGE?"Money on I
call closed at 3@4. per cent.; last loan, :'|
per cent.; ruling rate, 4 per cent.; prime
mercantile paper. 4'/?@." per cent. Ster?
ling exchange strong with actual business
in bankers' bills at S4 .St$%@4.$7 for de-,
maud and at .??I.s.".-,ii/t.?-.:"?, for sixty days;
posted rates. Sl.M'/.r'r.-I.?*??" and $?1.8?'/:.?.4.??!?':
commercial bills. S'..x,-'?/4.!?;.'i,i?? Rar silver.
.17'.?'? Mexican dollar.??. 4 G.'.'.."' Government
bonds steady State bonds inactive; rail?
road bonds irregular.
STOCK QUOTATIONS.
FumSpli.il l?y Messrs. SCOTT ,*. ST It I XO FELLOW.
Members New Voik Stock Excliancc.
Open. Ulzl?. Liir. Clnic
Atrhtsnn.?.. ?SrV 7:?>'?? ".S'il -S\t
Ale lilson pffl. PT l'? 'Juli 'li'ii
Bill 11111 ore.?. Olilo. IOS*?? Itti IHSij, 1(,H>,
Bnitiniorct olilo ]>r,i. mu . m
Brooklyn RapldTraiisit... i"''"?' ?*:?'' "Ciri, 6???,
Callantan Pacific. Ill"? lUTs ???? Hl,'?
Cunada Southern. --?? ' .... el
Chesapeake <t Ohio. 47'? 47K? ??rV ???*?*
Chtciipo A- Alton. ?-?
Ciilcapo .t Alton ?.p. .... '<'*
Chlcagofjieat Western.... -S.1' *"?*?.'<? 21 ?a)i'
Chicago Oient Wist'ti pf?t . .. . .... M
Cnlcnr-o Gt. West'n i>f<!, ? .'.?- 'O
(*., LA St. Louis. 41J?
C. LA St. Louis pfd.? ?'?!'
C. *i North ?ve?. -ni???j
Cliicnpo.R. I. ?t Pacific... 144 144J-J J43rV *'4N
Chi capo Term. A Tran. '-??"ri
< litrnpo'l'erm.ifcl ran?, ?? .... .... ? ?>".??
C. C. C. mu? .?il. Louis. 99>? . M-Ja
Col.Southern. 1"?"?
Col Southern 1st pfd., . r>s,-a
Col.Southern ?'?? pfd.' . s*
Ddmrnrc'?& Hudson. IM ???? l"l ?*?
Dei., baci.; <). Western. .... ??1?
Denver .t ?Ilo Granii??. 44?i
Denver A lito ?rjii'iidiii???!. V????
??.?le. 4::?? , ? 4IW ?I-i?
Eilelstpfd. 'Hi ?'? . ?Or-t ?"'??1?
Kilerrd nf.l. K
limit Northern pfd. .*-?"4"'t
Ilockliig Co'al. 14.
.??ockliig Valley. . t-f-a
Hocking Valley pili. . *??,
LniluolsCeinral.,.?.'. HO ll; 140 140-4
luv.n Centrai. O
lo?? ? Contini put_'... "?*?
I.like Krie A Western.. .... .... .... ..?. "''?*
Lake Krie ? Western pfd.. .-.?.. 1 '?"
Louisville.?. Nashville.... ;<:1 1????? 14 ?'?'?
Manhattan 1. lui '-* I.V*o -.""?
ilei.Street Hallway. 15V iS">?? I?7? "?;'>?
MexIr?iiC'entrnl. -?? . '?"!'??
Mexican National. . ? M
.M Unirai? A St. Louis. V.V'q 11?.?".? 100 lU?*???
Mise?nrl Pacific. S?'?? ?*"? ??"?- '?'?>?<
Missouri.Knn. A Te*r. .... . ????"?
MlSbOUll-Kail.'ATo.*.. pfd. 50.*?'. ."???!?? M? S?*??
Netv.leisev Central. '??? Ko
New Vorte L'entrai...*. .... l*t?"?a '"?-"-a '""-"?? 1,?,???
Noi (oll; ? Western...' .*>?:!-' f?\i S?}* Stilji
Noi (olk.t Weste. ??? j.fd .... . "SO
NoiilieiiiPaolllc nfd. ln,.'4 '(?"??? 10*?C 101^
untarlo A Western. .-."?? ?lJa t'*}- ti^
fneifle .Mail. 44'a -'S '44K U?
1-ennsrivailli^. H5 M5*ii 144? 14.?
J*ettdiii*?na*-1...-.????"*?* ?1'?*' *?% 4SI?,
? Henill.ii)i in p.'.|. ?*1i ??*. ''"?t ~'ki
? Iteatfn'i??d pftl.-.'.'.'r . r,'v'? r'4'? 5i "5* ?
M.L. Jt'Sun. 1-G..:. 4.,'? 40??^ 42H t:^
bt.L. ? Sun. l-'r. 1st nfd. "*>
pt.L. A-1San. Kr. '.'?I pfd.... '.?"H W-j t?lH? "??.
St. L. ASoutliwesiern. 2G)?,
Kl.L. .tSout'uwestorii pfu 5tl*tf 5?7,8 HCti, Sfijj
St.l'nul..V. lr'.O'v, KOLj lea? 1E!I^
M.l'.-.u: i?f?i..... . 1F<1
Soiiilinnl'aiMlis. 0.0?i ??'?? r.qjf (?0
Southern Hull ?ay. ?'?,',' SS', Sri 81!,?
Soiilliern lini I way pfd. B-TM f.!^ sst?, ?19I?
Tesas A Pacilic. . .... SSH
?loledo.St. L. Ai West. -ji,
Toledo. St. !.. &Yvest. plit.. as
l?ilnnl'aclfic. lO.'iJ lm'ii V'?*? IOS*??
futen Pacilic pfd . S??/. P'iv, s.ii,t ???,
Wniutsli.... 2 5* ?OrV rio??; .01',
Wabnshpfil. ST oT aiu,- 3ii>?
Wiicelllic ? Lake Krie.... ?','\ I7*? l;^? ?7
Wheel. ?tL. Krie '.'d pid... .?. ??? .
\?Tlscoiisln Central..:. 'Jftsj -l?s 20*t* 21
Wistoiisiii Central pfd.i .... 40?,'
KXPllESS COMPANIES.
Adiim?*..-....... .... .... ..;. j^s
Alneilrnii. .... ?jo
Vnlled .States. 88
Wells-KaiKO. .... 170.
MlSCKLLANKOl'.??.
AmnieninntPO *.nni?er. SI ??r'M F(i Sfil?,
Amer.Snielt.t Iti'fii. 41 ??. ,'4<?*4 407,
Anirr.SmeU Alleili!. |.fJ.. Ufi. 96 ??J? lor**
Mii'rrdOH.?.. )?1 ?
Linseed OH nfd. .'. ?i'i
AnaconrtnMlnlnpOo. ?.? Sr? 3?X .'4^
Colorado Fuel .fc Iron. 04 .01 Mii S'S
Coni-oliil.iieoOn* .;.... 213'i SII? 213 213'
Continental Tobac. bonds ? r>i*s .? ....
CoiiilneiitalTobacco pfd,. 114*??
General Klectrie. 2"'c;'-i ?-SWb ?3S **d?
Glnr.Sui.nr. 41 4154 41 41!,?
intenintlonai I'nner. ???>.-'. J0H
?nternnitoi. Paper'pfd. ?~?
International l'ower. . eJ?
LaeieileOns. .*?="*
National nUcult. ???? *'j>
National Lead. G0"?, .... .... 20
North American . Oi -'u** 9?* ah
PnrtfrCoast.?. ???? ?*?
People's (?as. '"' l'1?' H0_ 10 ??
Precsea Steel O.tr. *'! '.V?'? ?-i* *l";??
Pressen Steel Car nfd. S3 8f A ? f2? B'-J?
Pullman Parlor Car. ??. >D>
Swear. ?*!?? ??"-A ""?<? ?'^l
Plisar pfd. ?*"* . .?.
Tennessee Coal A Iron .... M Hi "? OOSr, Otfih:
IhilmiHnp. ?? '?? ???? U:l
fnlou P.ap pfd. ???. ???? - 71
1'nlteriStatrs Leatlier..... l''?> J'-? 11"?, UK
rnJtefl Stntei l.eHtlier j.fl. ... .? :... SOli,
I'nlted States Kubtier. ?4.?
L'nlledStates Ktibber pfd..,. 47vj
Western union. ?'*? Dl^3 81??, ?Hb
Kep. Iron ASteoi. 13 .... .... IS"
Members of New York||tock
: ; Exchange, ? f
Private Wire to .New York,
'Be-?.Ir^5t'e??:.U ?<? ^ - S?jf ? f?*
Cor l-Wn?yr.rw....???'.? 'ft "?f?*? m' lili
Cnnfounarypta.......;..:. ?'-?? ".''TV B '!,
lut. sieam i'ump..??? ?????' ?? 4u'i
Int. Steam Pump pfd. .\ . .-?" ???-i
Sloss-Shefl S. Air?n. ?.... ' .? .!>H
Bloss-Sheff. S. Alron pfd.. ???? ?? *?**? i'
National Sait. ,?.".? *r*
NntionniSaUpra...,?,?; J;.;** :?
U.S. Steel......". ?'? 4;?!*'????? ,42,
0. S, Sieeipfa., ?W ? 8?X. ,-? ??
American Cotton'Oil.:..,, 2V*5' -?? -s^ ???
Vo.-Carolina Chen..-?;.-?? ?>9
Va.-Carolina Clienipf<i... .?* -.*?*?* K1 <?
BONDS -;,' j
?Fir?,7terun. reg..109 Con Tob 4's......... 64\?
? S2'(i, {?efun. coup. 109 ?. ? ? Unlfled'4 ?... 101 ??
US3's, rep.10S Mexican Ccn.4'3,.... t2???
URH's, coli pon.IOS Mexican Cellist In S9K
tl ? new 4'?, reg..... *.3!) Minn ASt Louie-?'* 108
USiiew 4'i,coupon.*.'l9 ?. ? ? ?''? .?.,?,.HO
U Sola 4's, res.MX M K ?t?'il1*??...... ??1??
U S 4's, coupon.112?*; NY Centralist'?... ?05*i
TJ S5**,. registered.-.. !07 - ' N Y Cen geu ?Hf ?. 1U?X
L" S 5's, coHpou.107. NJ Cen ?renerai V? I-IO7*
Alehlsot??cenerai l'a J?;i Northern t'nc-4'a... ?04S
Atcbitionlitljusvi'ai; aa: ' Northernraclflc5'?. 7:>?
?laltAOhlo 4'*.lOillii N A W consol .pi*.,:. :??(
Bnlt AOhioSK's -? 'Iffla Reading general 4'? us
Bait ? Ohio con ? 4's 109 - SILA 1 it consol'y* HG'?,
Canada South'u?d's 10?** St LAS V 4'J.-. ..... 9.">
Cen of Ga 5's. con.. 1145k St h A S W ist's.... ?7
Cen of Go Istia .... 7? St ). A S Wad's..... 7?
Cen of Ga I'd In. ?7 San An A? A l'os?.';. 87
Ches .t Ohlu 4i.j's... 107 Southern l'a? 4's.... ?14
Chic ?Alt UK's,.... S.*? Bouthtru Ky S's.'.?. ?????
Chic, tl ? Q new 4's, ?ft Tex Al'acitlc 1st'?.. 11SH
C, M A St l'g?n 4's. Ill T. St L .t W 4's. ... blK
CA NAV consol 7?. 1S7?? Union Pacific 4's.,. mV?,
C..K 1 A p.4's.,.....10G\ Union l'ac conv 4's 107^,
CCCAStLgeul's, :04 Wabash lst's...lit?*
Chicago Term 4's... 91X Wabash id's '..:.....?10?
CoIoiiviloSouthnl's .SHU Wabash? Deb 1!...,.. ?Ml
DenvcrA UioU 4'9,,10?1-* West Shore 4's.t_?p?\?
Erle prior lieu 4's. U!) Wheel A L K-l'le i's, 91
Erie genural 4's. 87;? Wisconsin ten 4's.. 53
KtWAnen'CUlst'slOli'i, ? A O 4's.... .?.! V... M^
Hocking A-al 4>i's lO?S.
BALTIMORE STOCK MARKET.
BALTIMORE. AID., Nov. -i ? Seaboard
common. 2iP,i,iw2iP/, ; do. pr?ferred, DOV4@
50M?. Seaboard 4's, ?3:;%@?>37.?.
RICHMOND STOCK MARKET.
Richmond, Va., Nov. 4, 1901.
SALES.
Virginia-Carolina ? Chenucar preierred
80 shares at I22y.; 50 shares at 1-"-'%: 50
shares at 122%.
Virginia?:S's-r$l,000 at !)()?"-..- tit'
Virginia-Carolina Chemical common?33
shares at (j?0%; 03 shares at 00%?
? STATE SECURITIES. Bid. Asked.
North Carolina 4's, C. 1910.. 10.V ...
North Carolina 0's, C-. 1919.. 1<53 ...
Va ,Ts, new, C. and R., 19-?2.. 90?% ?Ol?
Va. Centuries, 2-?, C. and R... ?.MJ>4 ...
. CITY SECURITIES.
Rich. City 5's. R., 1920-1022.. HS ...
Rich, City 4's, R.. 1020-19;i0...100
RAILROAD BONDS.
A. and C. 1st 7's. R., 1007.115
C. and O., R. and A. D. 4>/'s.. 104 ...
C. and O.. R. and A. D. 4's... 104 ...
C. and O., R. and A- Div.
?Q?ii'l M. 4%'s?, 1002.".....107
Ga. Pac. 1st ?i's, C, 1022. 12G? "...
Ga.,-So. ano' Pia. 104p. 113% ??.
G. unc? A. R. R. Con: 5's. Ili 111
N. and XV. Ry. 4's, 1900.102
Rich; and Meek. 1st 4'?. 104S.. : S2 ...
South-Bound 1st .Vs.. 1041.101?.
Seaboard Bond C?rtiticates... &l\??- t4
..w. n. c. ist o's, ?:, ???-i.ti;s ....
:-KAILRQAD STOCKS. ' '.'; ??'.-*:? ? ,'?''.'
Atiantio Coast Lino "A^". .-.100- t>5 115
/?.tlantie Coast l.ine pid... .100 10S?4 "'>
Atlantic C. L. of Conn_loo 159 101 -A
Chesapeake and Ohio ._100 41!
Ga., So. and Eia. 1st pfd.. 100 95
Ga., So. and Eia. 2d plu'. ...lOO 73 ... '
Ga., So. and' Fla. com.100 45 ...
Nor: and Western com.... 100 50-/a ??_
R.. E. a,nd P. Div. Obllgf,..100 223>.. 2?I5
it. and I', and R., F. and
P. Connection .100 RIO Vi ...
Seaboard Air Lino pfd.100 - 50Vs 50V?
Seaboard Air Line com... too 20 20'?
BANK Ai,ii TRUST VO. STOCKS.
American'Nationa?..100 110 ...
City ...25 '"2
Merqhants National .UK) 250- . ...
Metropolitan ....25 24V 24Ts
National Bank of \ra.'... .100 122
Per. Sav. and Ins. Co.; .20 55
Planters National.100 :'05
Rich. T. and S. Dep. Co_100-130 140
Saviuss Bank of Rich.25 -".8 '...
tioiitheni Trust Co.10O 111?:
Union Bank of Rich.50 1U3
MISCELLANEOL'8.
Anier. Tob. Co. pfd., S's_100 ... 750
OKI Dominion S. S. Co-100 125 135
S. J. and S. Co. Con. 4'/>'s_ 7S
Va.-Car. Chem. pfd-., S's,..10<i f_-_'-;'1 12294
va.'-Car. Chem. com..ot) 0?"?? 01
GRAIN AND COTTON EXCHANGE.
Richmond. Va,, Nov. 4, 1901.
WHEAT?
Longberry .75 <iB7G
Mixed .75 @70
Shoi'tberry . 75 ????71?
No. 2 red.70
Va. bag lots. 03 ?75
CORN?
White tVa.) bag lots.GO '
No.' 2 white . 00
No. .'! white .05',-?
No. 2 mixed . 05
No. a ipixed . ?4V?
O?TS?
No. 2 mixed .- 4
No. ,'{ mixed . 4?V?
No. 2 white .4'iVi..
Winter seed . 50 ?53
RYE .53 4*00
PEANUT MARKETS
NORFOLK. VA., Nov. 4? PISANUTS?
Dull; fancy, 2?4e. ; strictly prime, 2Viic.;
prime, 2!?i2'V?c?; Spanish, 75077c.: machine
picked, 1 Vjiii'l'lic.
PETERSBURG. VA.. Nov. 1.?(Re?
ported by Martin <fc Son.)?UEANUTS?
Virginians?Dull from lC'-%c. Spanish
(new), active at 60c.
COTTON MARKETS.
NEW YORK, Nov. 4.?The cotton
market opened strong? with prices 13@la
points higher on a aiampeci'e of the bear
lacliun and brisk demand from outside
interests, Europe leading the later buying.
For some time after the call the market
continued to improve, January working
up to 7.07 on active general buying.
?Nearly all near months were bullish, witn
heavy to kjiiling rosts shown on the
Government chart for the northern por?
tion ot the central belt. Moreover, the
forecast was for heavy frost to freezing
temperatures to-niKn?-, uro^ably over the
entire ben., followed by still colder to?
morrow.
Trvate telegrams reported a drop to ."0
degree? at. Gainesville and K? in Memphis.
'4'h's ? news ' sent Liverpool up 7'.-j points.
Local bears, however, were quick to note
that.'the buying? was not extensive and'
the bulls were hot aggressive. Large port
und interior receipts, with liberal esti?
mates for to-morrow's New Orleans and
Houston receipts, later caused the market
to fall off, Januar mudig to 7.57.
Lack of outside backing caused room
bulls to nesitate and rake profits on
budges. Crop estimates were cut down
somewhat in ilrofessional circles when the
frost O?ws came to hand. Near the close
the market stiffened up again on South?
ern, foreign and some bull support. The
market was finally steady und' net: lO?'-l?
points higher.
Cotton futures opened ' strong;' closed
steaffy. Opened. Closed.
November :.7.00 7..HT?
December .7.00 7.05 ?
January .?..7.04 7.oo
February .7.00 7.57
March ..7.58 7.55
April.7.5S -.7.55
May..7.54 .7.55,
June.:...'. .7.30 7.47
July -..,. 740
August .- ??" ??.?. 7.:i2
! Spot cotton closed quiet at l-lOc. high?
er; middling uplands, 7 15-lOc.; miadling
gull, ? a-10c ? sales, 224 bales.
Cotton quiet; middling," 715-lCc;* net rc
(Contlnued on Eighth Pase.)
WERE IRREGULAR
Traders Were Rather Nervous, But
Market Closed-Firm.'
MORE GOLD GOES ABROAD.
Very Few Bonds Offered to Secretary Qaxe
Sterling Remained Strong ?a Spite
of Heavy Offerings of Cot?
ton Bills.
In view of the Tuesday holiday traders
were cautious yesterday, and more or
less nervous. There ,rnay be some devel?
opments in to-day's election, whlc,i w.'.l
be construed as unfavorable to specula?
tion, and traders were unwilling to com?
mit themselves. The martc-'t w? in the
hands of the professionals .md was with?
out interesting features.
The news of the ?ay was :?? fawirabl??.
Gold was engaged for shlpm-at to Europe
and sterling remained strong in spite of
heavy offerings of cotton bills, while the
treasury bought only a small amount of
bonds. There was still no news concern?
ing the Northern Pacific settlement, but
Union Pacific was active and strong.
Southern Railway preferred also showed
some activity and sold as high as 89 3-8.
Seaboard 4's were higher and there-were
several sales of Tobacco'4's at 64 7-S.
.^SOUTHERN RAILWAY/,
. The Xew** Yoifc 'Times* faints?' the fol?
lowing article otif..Scmtl*?xii -R.iilway op?
erations: . ,..,..,.
A feature which has stood out with
much prominence in tho policy of the
Southern Railway management is tti?3
rounding out of the system by consider?
able additions to the mileage operated.
Several strategic pointe have been gained
by what? has been accomplished in this
respect, and it is safe enough to say that
while expansion has proceeded much
faster than? may have been at first con?
templated, results have amply justified
the course .adopted, andi the efficiency ot
the system has been vastly improved
thereby.
During the whole of the seven years ot
the present company's existence, pro-,
gress lias been lorvyard. TJie. foundation
upon which the existing, structure has
beer\ raised, as most people are aware,
was composed of a lot of poor material,
and the task before officials of the new
concern not only consisted of rehabilitat?
ing the properties which were taken over,
but of working out such improvements
as should give them their proper place in
the industrial activities of the section
they were to ?ely upon for supprxt.
Thur, raising physical condition hid to
precede attempts to secure larger pat?
ronage, increased facilities had to he
offered, and these.' at the same timo,
had to be so planned that the outcome
should be, a growing measure of profit
to the company.
How much success has been attained
in the latter direction is. easily gathered
from the fact that tho Southern Railway
Company earned in the late year a bal?
ance of '$3,540,000, or full 5 per cent., on
its $60,000,(X>0 of preferred stock and a
surplus of 3510,500. This is a round three
million dollars?the equivalent of-? the
dividend .referred to?in excess qfuwliat
was earned as recently as JS97, -Indicat?
ing a rate of progress which would have
been impossible of accomplishment? hut
tor .the fact that persistence in spread?
ing out. and in reaching after business
with the facilities wherewith to do that,
business, placed the company in a posi- :
tion to take every advantage or the gen?
eral growth! in the commerce and; In?
dustri? of the South-'
In its first fiscal year. 1S95, the South?
ern Railway made a sort of piecemeal
start, operating only 2,012 miles In July,
189-1, and 3,732 miles in August, while
during September, and for the remainder
of the period, operations covered 4,31?'.'
miles. Comparisons with that year for
the purpose of showing ? actual traffic
growth, -which is tho present intention,
would therefOre.: give unreliable indica?
tions. For lSOtJ further additions brought
the mileage up to an average of 4,574
miles, and on this length of road? tne
records show that nearly 1.210,000,000 tons
of revenue freight were carried one mile.
? Here we are ablo to see that the trattic
density of the system, as it then stood,
was 271.020 ton miles per mile of road.
Following this came further increases
in mileage?233 miles In 1S97, only 22 miles
in 1S0S, but 427 miles In 1SP0. no less than
1,052 miles in 1??, and 110 miles in the
late year. These are the. actual averages
operated by tlie company for the years
mentioned, nnd Indicate a total In?
crease since ISM of i.Spl miles?in itself
a good-stzed system?and an annual, ad?
dition of 370 miles. Such a record.is not
a common one. and where sr?methii?g re?
sembling1 It may be found it ha.s not
ini'ireijuently turned out that the exten-.
sions have dragged down the average
trafite carried, reducing the density as
the whole ton mileage is measured by
the aggregate of the road mileage.
In this case it is very gratifying to see
that an abundant success has crowned
the efforts put out t? make of tlv? South
tern Railway a more 'representative
agency in the transportation industry of
the. territory covered.? the volume of
?business developed having increased
i;iO4,QCO,C00 ton miles in the five years
to a total CiZ 2.SI4.000.CCO for 1001. the
report for which fls.?al period has; not
long been issued. This shows for the
late year ,on ?.425? mijes ?an aver?'go for
every mile, ??? rpud.-iof, ??54,S3-3 ton miles.
93.S01 tor^rpile^ hiving, -come forward for
every mile additional to the volume re?
corded foi* ISO*}. Thus the freight trafila
has grown as much a? 31 per cent., not in
the aggregate, but over all. the lines,
which were more than 4f? per cent, longer
in IMI than In the previous year alluded
to. The actual Increase In the freight
movement itself equals 90 per cent-, re?
venue freight alone being quoted.
The Produce Market.
Blue Monday on the produce market
Is not an occasion of special joy to the
wholesale merchant. He hates It worse
than a. load of green apples which he
can't got rid of, but, like them, it twos
e\ ?fry once and a while to worry him.
Y<;Eterday was such a Monday as that.
Steck moved slowly aud consequently the.
merchants, moved slowly-; The , weather
was blue and , so was business. Prices
did not cliange much in any special
line and:, those quoted, for Saturday might
stend again as the day's record.
Apples have been dull daring the past
week, but show signs of brightening..
The cooler weather, if it holds out, will
have a beneficial effect. Apples are
selling now ordinarily at $2.50 to S3. Some
specially fine eating stock are going at
$3.c0 to St.
The prospect this year for a large
shewing of Florida oranges is bright.
They are coming in in good quantities
now and aro selling from 52.75 to ?3.2?>
;ier box.
? Eggs are very scarce and sell without
trouble at 21.cents per dozen.
. AVhat little game, is. coming in Is,sell?
ing rapidly .and-at, exceptionally good
figures. . '
Property Transfers.
Richmond: Guarantee Building. Loan
and Trust Company . to R. H. Shipper,
1G9-12 feet on east side of St. John? Street,
63 10-12 feet"from northeast corner Char?
it:- Street, S6C0. '
-I. \V. Johnson to Meyer Kirsh, 40 2-13
f?et on east side Third Street, ? 53 feet
north of Jackson Street. ??2.000. ? . .
james ?. Pace and wife to Henry &
???????????? ?|G rniVATB ?AI/R.
?TTk?CTIVE
WEST-END RESIDENCE,
? oi
JSTo. 25G2 West Grace S*?
The owner desires to sell this very desirable property ancK?ean be
had at a bargain. The house contains 9 rooms besides bath, closets, re*?
ception-hall. etc. Hot and cold water, elegant porcelain bath and other
conveniences. There is a good stable on the premises.
. The lot fronts 90 feet with a depth of 145 feet toa 20 foot alley.
We consider this one of the most complete homes in the city.
O. !.. ?St H. L-. DEINOON,
821 E. MAIN STREET.
FINE FARMS AND ORCHARDS IN*
the great Plec.mont fruit, ?rrain anil
Stock section of. Virginia, -elegant water
-anti climate: heAr (treat markets and
educatlonal-ftfefi't'utions.? For fin-trier' In?
formation ?iMrit.se ???IQHN? ri?. ?r ?" O L'i*.
Afton, Va.-.? ..;.,?.,..-.,". ... %,-..
Winston, recorded in - Henrico County
Court Jill:* 10, 1901.
G. Smith's trustee to Irvin B. Smith,
03 feet on north side of Park Avenue,
west of Grove Avenue. *fG,-lfiS.
Henrico: Mary A. Boucher, in her own
right and as executrix of John Boucher.
deceased, to Julius C. Slewers. 36 feet
on north side ? or Nelson Street, north?
west corner Thirty-fourth Street, and bU
feet on west side Thirty-fourth Street, {
130 feet north of ? Street, $500.
Virginia O. Burnett to Jos. S. Mont?
gomery. 60 feet on south side Clay Street,
southeast corner Thirty-fifth Street,
! ?4,000. . ? ? ? ,
Fred! A. BieKs^rt-'to? Sarah s%i Allen,
square 62 lnT'?;,th\p '*?Mantle -.-addition."
about 1 1-2 n?i?es'??st of Richmond, 5900.
Herndon. Clay and wife to James J.
Throckmorton, 264 feet on Williamsburg
Turnp'ktr, I subject to deed of trust tor
"???4.30, $1.200. ?
William P. Fletcher and wife to Louis
J. Schnellenberg, ::0 feet ' on east side
Twenty-fourth Street, northeast corner
Carrington Street. $560.
Judith and John Forge to Westhamp
ton Park Railway Company, strip ?G
land 00 feet wide, 429 feet south of Grove
Road, containing .59 of an acre. S1.3W.
John Munro, W*. Conway and Marie L.
?Saunders to Daniel Duke, 5 acres on
south side Charles City Road, about d
miles below Richmond, and 35 acres ad?
joining the above? described tract. S*?"?".
James H. Vaughan and1 wife to Thos-.
A. Jones. 30 feet on south side Graham
Street. ?275.
Mary A. Slaughter's trustee to E. S.
Bennett. 23 feet on south side Oak or
T-ivior Street. 113 feet east of Carter,
$720.
Will Leave To-Day.
The annual session of the Medicai So?
ciety of Virginia, begins to-day In Lyneh?
burg. Among the physicians of this city
who will attend and who will leave this
morning will he:
Drs. J. A. White. Stuart McGuire, F.-T
ward "McGuire, Christopher Tompktns.
Mark AV. Peyser. Landon B. Edwards.
Lewis Wheat, John N. I'pshur. llug'ti M.
Taylor. John F. Wlnn, W'tliiam S. Gordal?,
Jacob Michaux:, Lewis C. Bosher,. Vv\ T.
Opptnhimer, and: J. AV*. Henson,
GUANO CHAPTICI? HOYAL A HC
"MASONS AND GUANI) COJIMAND
Elt Y KN IG HTS TKM PL? \ R.
Kichinond. Vii., November 12J-14. ?
loot.
For the abovf occasion the Southern
Railway announces special rate of four
(4) cents per mile one way distance, tor
the round trip from all points within tlie
State of Virginia. Tickets to he on sale
November 10th to 14th. Inclusive, with
return limit November 17th, 1901.
AUCTION SALES?This Day
Attend auction sale of
Beautiful Lot on .Broad,
near Thirty-sixth Street,
This Afternoon at 5 o'clock.
POLLARD & BAGBY,
Auctioneers.
C. L. & IL L. Denoon,
Real Estate Auctioneers,
' 821 E. Main Street
TRUSTEE'S AUCTION ?*ALE
OF
Neat 2-Story Frame Dwelling,
NO. ? NORTH MORRIS STREET
CONTAINING FIVE ROOMS.
By virtue of a? deed of trust dater. No?
vember 3. 1S0S. recorded in Richmond
Chancery Court. D. B. UM ('.. p. tu. and
at request of beneficiary, default having
been made In payment secured, I will sell
by public auction, on the premises, on
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1001.
at 4:30 o'clock P. M.. the property de?
scribed in said' deed as "all that certain
lot of lane!, with the Improvements there?
on, lyin?r and being in the city of Rich?
mond, Va., on the east line of Morris
Street between Main and Floyd Streets."
Lot fronts 32 feet and runs back 31 fe<?t.
This property is in the growin? West
End and very conveniently located near
the cars and market.
TERMS? Cash for expenses of sale, any
taxes due. ano' to pay the debt due of
?3G>0, with interest from May 3. ISoO. to
day of sale; bajnhce on terms to be an?
nounced r?t sale. ' ** '*'
C.'I- DENOON. Trustee.
C. II. Oliver. Auctioneer,
No. 20 East.Broad Street.
UCTI?N SALE
OF
A
Household and Kitchen Fur?
niture.
1 will sell at my auction liougc, No. 20
East Broad Street.
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 5, IMI,
at 10:30 A. M..
for parties leaving the city, 2 Oak Cham?
ber Suits. 2 Oak Wardrobes. 2 Bed
Lounges. 2 Single Lounges. 1 Walnut
Medium-Sized Sideboard,. 2, Cook Stoves,
,1 Gas Range. 1. Dqrne?*tic.,and. 1 , Singer
Machine. 5 He?tipg Sjoves. ' large lot of
Bedsteads, Mattt'osses. Springs. Bureaus.
Washstands, 25 lp'?iri?''.6f new?? Lace Ctlr- :
tains, lot Tables and'many other goods
that must be sold.
C. H. OLIVER. Auctioneer.
G. V. Oliver, Salesman.
AUCTION SAI-KS
By The Valentine Auction Co.,
Auctioneers.
AUCTION SALE
OF
Antiqua Mahogany Furniture, Etc.,
AT NO. 1909 ? EAST MAIN STREET.
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 7T?I,
AT 10:30 O'CLOCK A. M.
On account of discontinuing tho At>th*u<? i
business?, we will sell for Mr. O. Stargardt.
at his store. No. 1909 East Main Str?-t*t. -
THURSDAY MORNING. NOV. 7, 1301.
at 10:30 o'clock,
his entire stock of Antiques, consisting of
Chippendale and other Sideboards. China
Presses. Cellaret tes. Round Tables. Claw
Foot Card Tables. Tea Tabl.s. Claw-Foot
Work Tables. Dressing Tables, Shaving
Stands, Bureaus. . Candle Stands. Work
Stands, Wardrobes. Chest of Drawers, old
Clock, Brass Walters, etc. The entire i
stock highly finished and in l?rst-c?ass !
order. The ladies are most resp-.ctfully ;
Invited to attend the sale.
THE VALENTINE AUCTION CO..
Auctioneers. I
FARMS AND MILLS
FOR SALE. RENT AND EXCHANGE.
GEO. E. CRAWFORD & CO?
SI? ?. ?Iain Street.
CataloEue fre?a. _ |
AUCTION SALES.
By A. L. Adamson and Augustin?} Royalt
& Co.,
Real Estate Auctioneers,
Mahcrester, Va. . i
COMMISSIONERS* AUCTION SALA
OF THE
REAL ESTATE
BELONGING TO C. C. M'KAE'8 E.S?
TATE, CONSISTING OF A
LARGE BRiCK MANSION,
A NUMBER OF THE BEST BUILDING
LOTS AND FACTO it i" SITES IN
THE CITI- OP MANCHESTER,
AND A TRACT OP LAND
CONTAINING 20 AOKE3. NEAR
GRANITE. IN CHESTERFIELD
COUNTY, VIRGINIA.
By virtue of two decrees of the Hustings
Court, of the city of Manchester, In the,
suit of Clark, etc., vs. McRae and als.,
one entered September 26, lSiO, and the
Other September 17. 1901, the urutersljcnt-d
will sell the Manchester real estate upon
the premises and tlw Chesterfield land
in front of. and immediately after the
sale of the .-iiansion. beginning at ?;:30
o'clock P. M-. on
THURSDAY, NOV. It, 1901,
and selling in tho following order: <1)
170x130 feet on the north aide of Buchanan
Street, Adjoining the A. C. L. Railroad;
(2) 93',? feet on the north ? sido- ?>? Porter ..
Street, between Fifteenth. Sire^t. and Co- .(
ward i n Avenue: (3) 165x165 ? fee.t o11 south
si(K: of McDonough Street, corner of Ninth
Street; (4) 105x155 feet on south side of
Perry Street, corner of Ninth Street; (5)
264 feet on south side of Porter Street, be
tweM.n Sixth and Seventh Streets, run?
ning back to an alley. Together witli the
elegant and substantial brick mansion
thereon, containing twelve large room?,
large halls, porches, etc., numerous out?
buildings, all locate*?1 In a handaomely
shaded yard; also two v>ry attractive va?
cant LOTS in the rear, fronting 4? feet
each on Sixth and Seventh Street; ti)
20 acres of LAND fronting on the north
side of the Southern Railway, adjoining
Gravel Hill Church, ahout one mile from
Granite; (7) d8% ft et by 120 feet to a 14
foot alley on west side of Fifth Street.
between Bainbridge and Porter Streets;
<8) 260x126 feet on west line of Eighth
Street, between Everett and Maury
Streets; (D) 3.10 feet on Sixth and Sev-nth.
Streets from Everett to Maury Streets,
being square No. 1207: ito? 220x132 feet on
west side of Fo'.irth Street, between
Everett anil Maury Streets: ill) 6fl feet
on south Hide of Ever? tt Street, between
Prehte :.nd Stewart Streets, depth 165 feet.
width of lot in rhe rear. 132 fe?>t; t'.-?)
'?"32x165 l'eet, north side of Maury Street,
?orn.-r :?f Stewart Street. This property
wilt be subdivided to suit pnrrhaa^rs.
For Mirther particulars apply to the auc?
tioneers,
TERMS: One-third cash, and the bal?
ance in one and two years; deferred pay?
ments bearing interest from date of sal??. '
title retained til! air th??? purchase-mom?:."
is paid and a conveyance ordered by the
court.
JOHN' prCKRELL.
DAVID T.. PULLIAM.
Special Commisdi-iners.
I, It. E. Du Vat, clerk of the said -ourt.
do certify that ih:? bond required ?>f tho
??pecial commissioners by the decree ren?
dered In said cause on the 17th dav of
SeptemJter. 1901. has been duly given.
Given under my hand as <*I-rk of the said
court this 16th dav of October. 1901.
II. E. DU VAL, Clerk.
_>.^__ mt
George XV. Mayo, Auctioneer.
BANKRUPT SALE
OF
P. T. MURPHY'S BROAD-STREET
SALOON,
INCLUDING WINES. LIQUORS. CIG?
ARS. BAR COUNTERS AND FIX?
TURES: CASH REGISTERS. PAR?
TITIONS. SHOW CASES.
ELECTRIC MOTOR.
FANS AND SHAFTING?. LICENSES.
GOOD WILL AND UNEXPIRED
LEASE OF PREMISES. ETC.,
TO BE SOLD AS A WHOLE
AT AUCTION.
In pursuance of an order of the United
States District Court for the Eastern Dis?
trict of Virginia, entered on the^tst day
oi" October. IJtOI. in the matter'? of b".? T.
Murphy, bankrupt, I will selb ibf.'? public
auction, as a whole, on the premises. Nos.
?2ir2 and 2041 East Broad Street, at 10:30
A. M-.
FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 8. 1901.
the entire contents of said saloon, embrac?
ing Wines. Liquors. Cigars, Bar Counters
and other Fixtures: :; Cash Registers,
Electric Motor. Eleetrk* Fans and Shaft
Ins; Music Box. Show Cases, fllassware.
Flanks. Barre! Rark*. Faucets. Copper
Pump. Ire-Box. an-G all the appurtenances
an? good will to said business, together
with his interest in th.? unexpired [raws
of the premises Nos. 202 and 204 East
Broad Street, and ?a the premises in rear
of same and fronting on North Second
Street. . , . ...
This is a fine location and the business
ia well established, with a large ?patron?
age, whifh l'-as been contili uo|if]ly G??
taine? bv the trustee .up to date. ?.
TERMS?Cash.
DAVID CONNELL.
Trustee in Bankruptcy of P. T. Murphy.
Bv N- W. Bowe.
Real Estate Auctioneer. - -
COMMISSIONERS' SALE . '
.OF THOSE
TWO MAGNIFtf'KNT AND IIIGHLT
VALUABLE
Main Street Stores
KNOWN AS NOS-- 1107 AND 1109
EAST MAIN. STREET. OCCUPIED
RESPECTIVELY BY MESSRS.
LANCASTER & LUCKE AND THE
CITY BANK AND OTHERS.
BY PUBLIC AUCTIONS :
In execution of a decree of the Chin
eery Court of the city of Richmond, en?
tered October 2??'. 1901. tn the suit of
"Julia G. Moore vs. Walter E. Grant ct
als," we wilt sell, by public auction, on
tho premises, on
THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 7. 1001.
at 1 o'clock P. M.. the unusually valuable,
well built and ellglblv located stores '
above re?t-rred to. with the lots upon
which they stand, fronting on the south
st?'? of Alain Street about fifty-two (.12)
feet and. runntmr. back about one hundred
? and forty-five fll.5) feet to a wide pave?!
I alley in the rear.
As respects solidity of construction and
desirability of locution there is nothlnf.
better on Main Street than these atoros; ,
and this offering presents to ?capitalists ' ...
| and others an unusual opportunity--l'ici???*; .??
\ cure first-class business proiy.?^-,^^ ?f^;['>
ways has been, and ev.er wU??'-?i^W??W?t',.'*
productive, and in every way ?nHtttfntlyv...
satisfactory. These houses will be ? s*jl,d
separately or together, as may ijeem JtKat '
at the time of sale.
TERMS?One-fourth cash a rid. tt}-? resi?
due in three equat Instalments at- sbt.- '
twelve and eighteen months, for notes
with interest added and title retained.
- REV. T. CRUMP.
JNO. B. MINOR.
Special Commissioners. !
The bond" required of the-special" com- '
misslor.ers by the above decree has been ?
duly given.
Teste: C. O. SA VILLE.
Clerk.

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