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New York
Stock Market
N>w Yorlt, April 22.?Uncertainty
respecting the outcome of the differ?
ence between t.ic Eastern railway
managers and tho locomotive engi?
neers war the foremost, if not the all
important, factot In lo-daj ?? Lushus*
<>u the stock exchange, t'lte iiitiiuue
<>t both parties to tu? dispute oifcfvU
little ii"i" "i an tally solution, and
dt the clost <?! th< market the Whole
Situation was -?'till in t.ic Btr, alm.it
Wall street seehud to proceed on tue
in. or; that every possible effort was
being made to avert a .strike. There
were other developments in the Course
t,f tin .!.i> that served to clock any
manifestations of .. bullish charact. r.
Advices from the West and Southwest
made It clear l.Kit mc Hood conditions
in those sections are becoming In?
creasingly grave, and t'-e.ro was addi?
tional confirmation ihat winter who it
in Illinois, ''hio and Indiana had been
severely damaged, while here and
there it was Mated that general trade
conditions are not uuit? up to the
earn, period of laat y.er r. ?
The adoption "f .1 resolution by the
Uhlted Stat. j. Sumte call.Pi! for a re
vkew ol lac American Tol.co ease as
decided bj in. United State? circuit
Court caused an abrupt decline In some
vf the former subsidiaries 61 the lat?
ter company. The local stock marke;
wa? ?i'iil and sagging for the greater
part of the day. except in the first hour
an 1 the last. More or less pressure
was directed Sgutnet the standard
stocks, especially in the later session,
bin a sudden buying movement m
Heading, which iiud been conspicu?
ously weak, stiffened the entire list.
Closing pi ices wiped "tit it majority
of the more material declines, and net
lushes, except in a few Instances, were
scarcely more than fractional.
Relaxation of foreign demand fos
casb resulted in another reduction of
time rates here, the i|tiolatlon for
three and four mouths being I-1 per,
cent, under last week.
The bond market inclined to sag.'
with seine support In the better known
issues Total sales, par value, $:'.3>l,-j
000. I
1 S, government bonds unchanged
on call.
Total sales of stocks, I6S.C0O shares, j
Nc-.< York, April 22.?Money on call j
steady, '.'I-l per cent, to 3 per cent.!
Time loans easier; sixty days', 3-1-15,
3 six months', 3 3-4 per cent.
Prime mercantile paper. 4 1-1 to l 1*2
per cent, sterling exchange steady;
S4.&4I4 for sixty-day I ills and SiisTnO
for demand. Commercial bills, $4.S3 3-1.
I
RR 11.Ml)Ml MIM K MARKET.
B: Richard \V, Maury,
Elo^k ami H0111I Uroktr, 10' > e. Main Street.]
Itlchmond, Va., April im:, j
STATE SECURITIES. Bid. Asked.
Virginia ?*?. Old, O. and Ft . 1932_ -..'j ...
csnijiIcs. 1 . nhd It., iw1. ...
ItAlLROAU BONDS.
a. C. L. it. It. Con. Tt. I p. r.... ... I
a, C. L. Ii. Hi Cone. ti<ba. it. lyif. ;?.,: ... 1
C and O. Ocn'l M., IV. Ilwj . 10.
sJcorgts; sou. h.ic; I- la.; ISli. 10, ... ?
?ieoigiu and Aia. Con. IMS_ U'.'
>:or. and Wf!>:. I!> Ik, ltfcti. m
feaboard Air Line 1?,, . >.."
fetboard Adjustment . ?0
Mouthtm Hallway lit f.i. ;5jI. Pm
t?o. rt. Dev. and Ci. M. tt. ims. ;?
Weitem N. c. 1st < .. lull. ioj
eT 11 eist UV. stocks. i'jr.
n? r; ana To\v*r Co. ptJ.HI tt',4 f
Va. Ity. and Power Co. com....10) 1; * 1
?tAll.HOAO STOCKS. 1'sr.
Atlantic Coast Line com.!W 110
ClicaCprakc slid Ohio.!0o "1
Norfolk and Western loui.lO.'li.' ..
lt., 1. Mnd P. I?:v. um:ic.11? Ji;
(southern Hallway ptil.I'M ;t
Southern itai;?a> com.ICO
BANK A NU TRUST CO. STOCKS
American Nations).100 .;,
liioad street. C.j
It an); of Commerce and Trusts. 1(0 it j
l trat National.lie 310 ,.
Merchants Nstionsl.1(0 ISO
MUClunlci end Merchants.IV) iKi
National Bank o:' Virginia.100 ... ?;
National State and City Bank. 100*03
j':?:it<ra .National.lw CM ,
Havings Bank n; Hichimaiu. ;j jo
Union Ban!; ot rtlchmond.0) ?0
Virginia Trust Company.Ifi .. V
V. ? It Knd. t>i?
111 mond Hank and Trust Co. s3 1;
Central National Bunk.190 120
Insurance > ompantes.
Va. F.rc and Marin? Im. 3S 7?
MISCELLANEOUS.
Quotations SOT 'Interest-paying bond* are'.
?1 d price to win oh Interest mutt b< add. u
liicome bonds ana certificates oi indfbttd
SCSI an rial.
BOND LIST.
Allit'Chalmtrt Is. . <l>4>|
American Tooacco Co. old tt.
Ani^rii.iin Tobacco Company 6s. 1. '-..
Atlantic Coast Lim- 1st Is (bid)..., yy', '?
A. c. I..-L. an! N Is. St?,
A C. L f.t.n i> tin Baltimore, bid... IW",!
1 rwshpeak- and Ohio conv. 93U
Liggett ii Myers ;>.*.' i,-, 1
Liggett A- Myers I*. ijo2
J.'jriUard Company it. '.v.? I
T.orl.tard Company ;?.' \iJy ',
rtorfolk and Western conv. 4. (bid!.... '.'. '-'
Eoaboaid Air Line namptd 4? inidi . . tr. * !
r .. ?*:o Air Lir.. stamped it (bid).... so !
h'.-'j: h? rn' l'.ai!tva\ 41. 75?.'
ca . ..V
T :'- 1 5? .um',?
1 s- registered i?lo (bid). 1001..
U. S. r-gbterid 3?. 1hs tbldf. ?<>-<.',
U. B. Panama hew it " ia"?"
virgint?.Brown B.-'-a. . :f> ibid),'."
Vlrglnla-C'ar. Chun, ist ?? (bld>?
^'a. R: and Power Co .:s (bldj.
Wabash d?' 4?
Wabash-Pltts. l<rm 1st ii i'bVai
101??
' hi i??? ma 1:ki r>
? Ap.rll .. N.,,v high recer-j
for the bull movement win madi In the
cotton i".i,.-?LM .n: the opfnlnc :<,,s .
on reports of lurtb.r heavv rains in ih
cond:.i-.ti* tn-morrow realizing ??. xr-v
r-!v.V.A"; '" '- ?Kady. net
1 p'.-lr.t r :?. : points higher
R"*:r" ? ' I ?:'?' to.-tl ly is V.', bate*
?**? ??-?? ; receipts at <;? ..,,..? ?v*
b..'? againti : ?. ? .... N-tw ,
*?*> ?>.,;'? Ngalnsi .... ?;.H ",
Huston J.S4S bales sgtlni ; ui, ""^r*1
Cotton fo tu res . ????(! b-,,,;... ,,,a^, .
,..?._. ?P.en- Hisb. Low. ctet*,
February . J '
a';;n1' .?.k ?.?; Ii:? :S
t*\n .
.11.1 I1.G7 1\'A
September .,. .. ., -#J
11.90 it*T? :!::
Oclo'.-r
Kot t tuber.Ii
JJer?mb?r .... ? ? : .... ., ; ?? -
Sr-M cotton cleted r,tilit. - ?M
Cotton, stead;.; middling n(,
eelpta 4t t.j-.s gmss r? elpts ;',?* bales;
Preat Britsir.. :?? bales; . *:n'\
hi ? -
To'al tO'dsy >?.: all p'.rtj
Ipts.
OrEN AN ACCOUNT v.'i-erl
THE UNION BANK
OF RICHMOND.
i:0t east M.ON STREET.
?1.00 MAKES a start. 2 per
cent. INTEREST
Official Range and Sale ot Stocks in New York
m-,
iw
Iii".
pfd.
pfd.
36*1
High. Low.
1*? Hs
IW
lltj',
Sales. Stock Open.
;.t00 Allls-Chalmers . T.
l^:o AlllS-Chalmers, pfd. 3',<j
19.100 Amalgamated Copper ... 52*i
hu Amor. Agrl. Clicm., com. 00)4
2,M>0 Amer. Beel Sugar, com.. iX-'i ?
?i.iiy American Can .
0. .><" Amurivan Can, pfd. lu>
joj Amer. Car and Koundry. a'-'
1" Amar. Oar and Komi., ptd M0-;
i'*' American 1 olt >n Oil.
5,iOJ American Ltns?cd OH
.?.v American Ljcomotivo .-? I
Amcr l.ocomotnc. pfd...
7'" Amor. Mull i ptd.
Amcrli in Smelting .
RV Vmerh in Sugar .
&<? Amer. Tel. and Tel. Co...
American Tobacco, com.
1. M'i Amer. Tob., pfd.. now...,
14,.?.?? An ? ??? u<la ?.' ipper .
1. ffjti Atclilson .
All.nun (oast Line.
a c. l. ol Connecticut..
I ??>' hu Iii more and Ohio.
t...... Bcthicocm Steel com?
!.>??? Moliii? kern st< (l. ofl
-???' Brlilt-h-Amcr. Tob. Co..
? ?< ? Brooklyn Itapid Transit
f-,too Central Leather, com...
2, I"' ('anaoian Pacific .
3,109 < "Inisupeak - and i Hll<.
Chicago Or eat Western
7." < 'hl., .?III. and St. Paul;.
He Crucible Steel Cor., com
110 < nn il.l ? Sn el. pfd.
Chicago nhd Northwest
l.-.'ii Colorado Fuel and Iron
U ? i"ol. and South., im pfd.
1.. ?'? l ?.?mi' Olldtltcd ?i.is .
I Delaware and llu Ison..
I >en. and ItlO Gran., com
WO 1 ? Ii and Itin Gran
Olatlllcrs' See Cor
19.030 Brie .
:.i"' Brie, 1st ptd.
C d Min. and Sni .
Geo. W. Heime Tob,
l.ioi i Jen: rnl KU tun.
1.4 ?? tirc.it Norlhi-rii. pfd.
1,3.'cot Northern ore ctf.s 39?? W
300 Illinois Central . ?-*?? I38U
, 1,100 Int jrboro-Met. 19*?
3,209 Interboro-.Met., pfd. K*\ G9??
By THOMAS BRANCH A CO . Bankers and Brokers
Closing.
B|i Asked
)>? Iii
4 4 V?
. Sales.
1.4'-i
143'Cj
42
nr.'*-s 17?
131
33*1
11 .'s
.vV-,
."?21 -
i?iJ
i"i\
in?
-? ? *
41 ;>4
1
1>\
:ti'.j : K?
IIa'* ll-'j
iw ipj s
HU ''Vi
II V? 42:
P>-; IW
KM MV4
Ml WH
124 127"?
H..', 1?
203 2fJ<
lui'a 102
41-4 42
I".
Iii
Stock. Open.
Int. Mer. Marine, com... 4-s
Inturnallonul Taper .... 14
Int. Paper, pfd. 67
Kun. cii> South., com.
Lehlgh Valley . I6lfi
Liggett und Myers, com 1^7
Liggett and Myers, pfd. I09?i
Lorlllard Tot<. Co., com Pm>
Lorlllard Tob. Co., pfd. ...
Louisville <>'id Nashville 169
Man! alt.in .
Mo., Kau. and Texas.
Mo., Kail, and Tcx . pfd. ??."?
Missouri Pacific . 4;i
National L-ail . ->7
New Vork Central. 119
N v.. i >nt. and Wi stern ...
Closing.
High. Lew. Bid. Ask
4?, !\ ?4
IV
stern ? ?
112?,
120!?
124*4
Hl
com.
Pfd.
com...
IOS.fi
l.?J
Ii::
170
H;lJ?
171
42
3:Vj
l.vi i...
!.>?', 131
39?, 4i?4
12?M 1>'*
19?, 20
6S?i 19
Eft)
30.603
1,300
Cl.n.l
CA?
Norfolk and
Northern I";
Ca. nie Mall .
Pennsylvania .
People's tins .
P., C. C and St. L
f.. C, C. and St. L
Pittsburgh Coal,
Pr ssed st cd cai.
i ?: i ssed Sic fl Car, pfd ?
Hy. Sie. I Spring, com..
Reading .
Republic Iron and Stee
Republic I and s. pfd.
Rock Island .
Hock Island, ptd.
Seaboard Air Line, com
Seaboard Air Line. pfd.
Slots-Sheffield .
Southern Pacific .
South >rn Itailwa;
South) i Ii Rail" a
Standard OH .
Tchiii ssee Copper ?
Texas Pacific .
Union Pacific .
United states Rubber.
United siat'-s steel. 7(i',
United stale-: st.-.-i. pfd II2M
Vo.-Car. Chemical . 497?
Vl?. -Car. fin mica)
Va. Ity. and i'uwc
Wabash .
W tbash, pfd.
Western Union .
Weyman-Uruton To. Co.
Totsl sales for day
?'?C'j
'?Hi
47
112" j
29*4
,.fd.
II"
171>i
t..'e?
pfd..
. i oil I
m
16U
i?>i'
1*7
iS'\
113?,
120U
3l'%
121-,
I0&?,
;:i" -
102'.:
l?iij;.
7S']
29
W?i
7-A.
11...
I0P%
1831?
121?,
10*14
3l',?
StVi S3S
46?.nn0 shares.
Id
EH4
12) a
Ibi I
Il2?s
IMVi
;:ns
H>2! .?
W?i
I5.'50 bah-*, export to Great Britain, 5.W5
bales; Kranci, IO,MS bairn; to the Conti?
nent, l.iti bale-) stuck. TOO.ill balei.
Cbntolltlatcd at all port*?Net receipt*,
4..<?-.. baie?; export t<> Great Hrltaln. 19,1*4
bau?; ?,. rTance, jo>JS bale*; to the Conti?
nent, lt.229 bale*, to Japan. U.S51 bait a.
Total since Septtmbcr 1 at ail ports?Net
receipt*, Il.tll.lMI bales; export to eirv.it
Britain, 3,$*i,M2 bales, to France, 1.104,*"?
-ba:.?, ;o the Continent, 4.e?"-?.si% bales; to
Japan. bi.*7.' baits, le Mexico, s.CSS bales.
New Orleans. La , April ?Profit-taking
by longs and the eiutiook lor better Weather
In lh? Seit j-xclteU pressure on the cotton
market to-day and the last prices showed
einly a small net advance. points over
Saturday's close. Spot cotton steady, i,c.
up: middling, i:< . .-ales on the *pot 1,1*0
bales and 3ij to arrive. Future* cloae?
steady. Aprl, 11.? nominal; May, 11.95; July.
12.11; August, 11.05; September, 11.94; Octo?
ber, II.S?; December, U.S.; Januar)', ll.SS
HUM MARKET QUOTATIONS.
(furnished by Levy Commission CO., Com-!
uilsilon Merchant*, lllchmond, Va.? I
Richmond, Va . Aprli rv. ltd*. |
\UTUAL H mil 1-.-..VL1. MUOt'ATIU.N'a OF
MAKKEl.
1.1 \ el l en L.IKY
Chickens, choice, winter. <i fj
Ulllckeii?, choice, v. biter. ij 50 1
Mobs, lb. jj, l;Vi
IJuvks, je.i, yeiuns, lb. u 1
Uuekif, iinaii, old, lb. if i
BUGS?Crated,
In crates, n^arbj, iresh. do/... i l
In eraus. uine-r sections, do*. u l
BUTTER.
Family, ?hour, fresh, il. 'j. :
Mc i chants', tiiir, Iv. a -
i.i i ,. el ve iv.
Veals, choice to lan-w, ib....
\<u.?. pool to lulr, it>. 0 <u IVsl
eheep. it>. ? u- ?*,? |
I. linos, spring, lb. to gt u 1
Looms. tail, ii,.... . i id ;tj
Cuttle, isir t? prinic, lb. * j *
Hugs. it>. t> j !
COU.N'I It ?-CUltliL) BACON.
Hams, avii ?/iiuk.d, Kinuil. lb.;.Net a anted j
Hams, \, ?? i, siheKeii. tuige, tu. ,.Nul aonic-.i
tiu. t. ?vrll smoked, lu.Not tt anted
?uo?idei'i, we., s.tiuitiu, in..Set wuut-tnl j
RIDES.
Dry dint. !b. ? iu i
Dry ?ail. lb. W la !
urevit, ?an. lb. u u i
Green, is. tl 1? !
Uiten, damaged, it>.ta to quaiil) I
Tallow, lb. ** a '.
beeswax, lb. w ? !
Market Conditions: Hens, weaker. Other!
SEM VUltli PRODUCE MARKET. j
New- York. April B.?Flour?QuWt, but]
?t-nd;. Rye Flour, Cornmeal, Ry? and Ra,-;
ley?Quiet. Wheat?Spot rlrm; No. led, I
II. .'1 elevator, export busts, to arrive end
il.'.'Stfe '.. o t>. afloat. Future* unchanged I
t,, lie. i.'t higher. May, ?..::',. July, II.13*4;|
September, tl.ll'.i. corn Spot iteady; c.\-1
poit >4??c. nominal, f. o. b, ailoat. Future*
nominal. Osts?Spot steady; standard white,
(4c. elevator. Futures nominal.
Fork and Beef?Firm, Cut M.ats and Esrd
?-.-te.il>. Tsllow?Firm. I'etroleum?Steady.
Wool-rQiilet, Roiin and Turpentine-Quiet. |
Rtci Firm. Molai*es-?Stead;. Sugar-Raw.
steady; refined, quiet. Coffee?Future* dol?
ed steady at a net decline ot from J g i
points, .-pot, Rio, No. ,. HViC.; Santos, No.
4. IC'.sc; mild, cjulet. Cordova, Kyi-'y,
nomlnsl. Butler?Strong, Chec*o?Unset?
tled Lsg' -? rtrm. Potatoes?Irregular;
Florida, new, barrel. tifiS.OO; Southern,
sweets, |s."?4 3.'? Cabbage*?Easy; south
Carolina. n?W crop, crate, fl.a081.5u; Florida
do.. red. ?:>i ?:?>.' Freights? Stssdy;
cotton to Liverpool, loa pound*. 30c. Pea?
nut*?Steady; fane; band, !' Kid. Virginia,
?'?'??c; Virgin)! shelled. No* I and .1**''J
?>4c.
Cottonseed ot; was stronger and higher
i.n active leering o: ?f.or's and new speeu
! latlve buying. Iniplred by the we-uhor
South. S' arcit.i of trade offerings and sg- |
jgresstve bull auppoit. Future* ,ios*<i genet-;
:.:i> It Oil p.dnts net hlchei Soles Sggrc- i
gated .'??I'" barrel" April. 6.5513"'.?; May, |
tV.?;?--i ?*?; June, *.#">??*.???. J.Vly. ?"??<.73; '
Viibu>i. (,'SQt.aO; prime crude, 5.4I bid; do.
summer ye|lew. < ,t?.'?; do. summer
6.J01ii.5O; do. winter yellow, nominal.
(HICAdO (.RAIN MARKET.
Chicago, l|l.. Aprtl . ? A arnilng crop re?
ports friiin Nebraska brought about ? rush
i>: buying lo-d?i in wheat, The new* ws*
! contradlcttd, however, and tin market clo?
.-.l Irregular, vanlng from **o. lower to l?'o"'
, advance, Coin ?hbwed a net decline of
's ft '|C. to v,..., oat* Ml Mile el and pio
? visions uiiehanged to gain ot He.
lln Hiding future* rang..! as follows:
Open lllgb Low. Close.
WHEAT?
Ma) . I H's I I- hit's I U-s
July. 1.09 1.10?? l.e/ji, |.iOAj
Kepi . I.'.'.', !??>? l.iiji-j l.W
Muss PORK?Per bill.
Ma) .1">' 16.? IT.SO IVO?
July .lyra n.irt R.l, is, 40
> 1 pi. _ivio u r ivio u.?j
LARO?I'et 10 lbs.
May . 10,;; to;: it).is io.:f
julv .10.30 10.4: I0 W 10 IT
Sept.10.6-- lO.i? iO.il I??'.
oct. ii*.*.' i*.*3 10.so 10.;:
S If ill I 111 is- Pe i- 109 lbs.
' Mai . O.T^ 9.S2 ? 075 f..v.'
Julv . 10.00 10.12 10.00 101:
Ma) .lO.'i 10.35 10?5 10 3s
Cash grain closed Wheat?No, 2 red.
si li'; v : N'.. ;? hard. Jl.ii',bl.HJ, Corn
-No v white. SO'?t?Hie,; No. ; yellow, T:.<i
v.i?- . Opts?No. 3 white. JTij?j ise.. ?und
j ard. HStt'.ic.
Elgin, I'.'- April C7 ?The quotation 'om
I tnltioe of the Elgin Butter Board declared
butter firm at 31?.
rvaltlmore, Mil April -Wheat?Quiet.
spot contract }?. '??' Cora?Quiet; spot, een
tr.,et. tie ? Oat??Steady; so r white. S4*|
',V ' n>? -Nominal, No. ; aestern, dom^s
ItKII.MIIMI CiBArV MARKET.
Richmond, Vs., April :.? 1911
WHOLESALE QUOTATIONS ON 'CHANGE
i WHEAT Osr lots.
I No. 2 tad. Western.431 Lll
No. -' red. Virginia. 9 IM
No. .1 red. . if
Virginia, hag lots.l.W V
i 'i III N - '.'a: Ion.
No. 2 ?hltr. *9 'u
No. .1 white.?. W V
No. 2 mixed. tt 0
No. 1 mixed. M if
Virginia, bop .ots. SS ii -SO
1ATS?Car lots.
No. : mixed.:. 9 61
No. :. mixed. If 61
No. 2 white. "' oi
No 3 white. O %
Winter seeds, bag lots. Nominal
RYE?Car lots.
So, 2. Nominal
No. ;t. Nomina!
Vlrelnla, bag lots. Nominal
RICHMOND HAY MARKET.
Richmond, Va.. April 1912.
Quotation! of the Richmond. Hay Ex?
change au* for car lots:
No. i Timothy. 'ii 31.Ou
No. 2 '1 .momy.? * 59?
No. j Timothy. -'539 a
lik:.' Clover, mixed. ?f S?*0
t No. : clover, mixed. i1.r.o 3
So, 2 ciuver, mixed. ;5.59 it
' Xo. 1 Clover. U 27.M
Xo. 2 Clover. U 2i.it
! gTR.VW?Compressed . ii 1? i'?
l.oose-pressed, large bales.. a 150)
SliC*. Vit -1 umprtmru . ?? .o.eo
Looxc-prestcu, lame bales,. u Ifc'W
a >?ur cars >? .li.it 11.0 at doers rep
.-?seilt? contents and uiu? .* \old rejection*
Tbl* market grades hay in accordant.*
I with the rules o: the Nat.0:1a; Ho; Asso?
ciation.
CA I I l.K MARKETS.
? a?o. II4., April -Cattle?Receipts,
e, head. Market stead) to ?tions Beeves
.? ?> Texas tteci'S, Sl.aStb $.10; Western
steer*, IS.90V . '.'?'. ttockers and iecder*., 11.21
'./i,.Si: cowl and Heilert, i.'.tk'. u calvesi
?5 o 7.5v. Ilogr- Receipt* 65,'-?.?) luad. Market
[active and large!) 15c. lower. Light. 17.498
;.75. mixed, $7.teft?.SS; heavy, ?7.60ts'.y.,,
rough, li.iofj 7.60; pig-. Sl.TJIjT.M; bulk 01
s,.:.- |.-.?s? r v. sheep?Receipts. 26,0t?
head Market steady to 15.. hither. Native,
?-I .j4.tj; v. ? -i. ru. fjj...i-., 7.U'. j t ai lings, |.'i.t?
&7.3J; lambs, native. l.v.' v ??.?; wettern.
?U.?)iy 5.5?.
New ^ ork. April 22.?Beeves?Receipts 5.<7t,
head. Market higher. ^tctr;,. tS.69tjS.30; I
bulls. |t.MOt.SS: cow*, J.OOU'l.iO. Calves-,
Recelptt 6.130 head. Market active snu .
higher. Veals, Sv.?O'? t.00; culls. 1586 00.1
Sie ep ..nil Lambs?Receipts a..71 brad. ;
gtfeep Heady; lambt, higher, unsiiora sheep,
???-.?.f. , u..t. ??(i.:'i; clipped sheep. IJ.J-j ,
ii unshorri lambs. S7"fir t-.0?; culls, 15.76 y
?"'?? clipped lambs. IJ.TS?st 7.75. Hogs?Re?
ceipts 11,120 head. Mark't fraction lower at
Sl.i? a S.Jn; pigf. Si.TStji.tO.
KIC1IMO.MJ TOBACCO MARKET.
Richmond, Va.. April ::, 1H2.
following nr<: the quotation! of the Rich?
mond Tobacco Exchange:
UliOWN A.-.D OLIVE STEMMING?NEW.
I.ug? .16 fit if ?7.00
Short leaf. 7.50 5f ?.00
Long leaf. x.?o 3 U.00
BROWN SHIPPING.
Lugs . ?.60 3 7.00
Short leof. 7.60 ? 9.0).
Lone leaf. i.;<, fj n.OO
uiappti* . u.?0 ? 15.00
Medium . 10 H i< t uo
Pine . 12*10 M It W
C UTTERS?Common . UM %t IS.**
Medium . 10.00 7 17.60
Pine . lo.oo 'u 23.00
Fancy .y rr.w ;
(TILLERS?Common . ?.00 i 10.00
I Medium .n.co ? 12.00
< lood . 11.09 <s 15.00
Kine .i?.oo a :o.'jo
I Fln?- . ?!.s0 y T..hr,
I WRAPPERS?Common . It.oO ii 29,03
I Medium . 22.00 <S 2i>.0"J
I Good . 2f..o) ttf i'i.00
I l i.iicy . ?0.00 S 45 00
j SUN-CURED-SBW.
i (."gl, roinn-.on to good. 6.60 9 '?**
1 Lugs, g- ed to prime. 7.00 9 s-60
I ?=!iort l??f. S?0 a* :0 00
Long leaf. 10 u) tj< 12.00
i Wrappers . 13 60 it 17.5?
1 Hi linings . 1.50 3 I-2S
Mlsf KLl?ANi:OCS .MARKETS.
PETERS B?RO PEANUT MARKET,
teported hv Rodcers, McCsbe Co.)
itersburg, Va: April r:.-T'.-anuts?Span
? Market weak; holders ask 96c.; buyers
r 14)C. tot farmer."-- Spa ill-Ii: juinim span
Iah, ?f.r. p?r buahct; No. 1 jhellcd. 3psnl?h.
SV? u :>',<?. per pound; No . ?heller, Spanish.
Ii per pound. Virginias?Mark?! Itrm;
fancy Jumbo, 4>ic. per pound, fancy huad
plcked, Sfic. per pound; ? vtru prime, i f.
per pound; pnme. J'jc per pound, machine
picked; 3'uS'ic. per pound; shelling stock.
f>itT3e. per pound.
DIIT QOOD.S MARKET.
Xr.v York. April St.?The dry good* ma:-(
KM? ?i ie quiet at the ol"nl:is with prttes
held very tlrm. Jobber? report ? moderate
trade. Haw ?ilk ?old In arg.- quaatitlci In
the Yokohama markets laal >v.-. s and prices
locally are firm. Conen yarn? wert ae a
rule Orr?.
NAVAL t-TOrtES
Wilmington. N. C, Ann; !J.?Spirits Tur?
pentine?Steady at 44c ; receipt? 14 catks 1
Rosin?Stcad) nt $5.10; receipt! IM iiarr. Is ,
rar??Firm at t'.M; receipts J barr,ls. Crudu I
Turpentine?Firm at ll.?'a t.4>); receipts ii-j
barrel?.
Savannah, Ga., April IC.?Turpentine?Flrru
a< u?,c; ?ab.? 400 ea.?ks. receipts B4 caik?;
?hl|.:11t, Il'i ca?k?. A IT.'.e.i casks. R??
In? Firm: ?al?? IAH barreis; ri?c?lpts LOCI
barrets; shipments 43S barrei?; stock 14,10t
barrels, ijuot?: B, ((.109(50
.MARINE INTELI.lOKNl fl.
POR1 OF RICHMOND, APRIL ::. :o;.. j
ARRIVED. ;
Steamer Brandon, llatnty, Norfolk. m?r-1
Chandia? and r?s?eng<rs Old Dominion Line.)
Steamer Berkeley, Shelly, NorloTTf. mer
cbandlae and passengers. Old Domtalon Line.
Steamer Aurora, Furman; Petersburg ar.o
jamei River landings, merchandise and pas
?engers, Furman Line
SAILED.
Steamer Brandon. Barney. NorToik. mer?
chandise and passengers, O.d Dominion Line.
Steamer Berkeley,; Shelly, Noriotk. mer?
chandise and pass rt'gers. Old Dominion Line
Steamer Mobjaia. Graves, Norfolk and
lames River landings, merchandise und pas
tensers. Virginia Navigation Company.
Steamei Aurora. Furman, Petersburg and
James itlver landings, merchandise and pas?
sengers, Furman Line.
l.LiiUni: w ISHINGTON WINS
L\TI3RCOLLEtilATB DEB ATM
[Special to Tin. Times-Dispatch,]
Lexington, Va., April 22.?George 1
Washington University won the Inter?
collegiate debate from Washington
and Lee University, which was held
in the Lee Memorial Chapel on Satur?
day night. The program was opened
with preliminary remarks by General
William A. Anderson, who acted as
presiding officer for the debate. The
question was: "Resolved, That a Gen?
eral Graduated Income Tay Would Be
a Permanent and Essential Hurt of
Our Federal Fiscal .System. Consti?
tutionality Not Waived." The aftirma
tivc side of Uli <iucstii n was upheld
by A. J. Harberl, J. G. Herndon, E. s. j
Delaplalnc, of Washington and Lrc.j
and the negative was supported by |
Warren Llbby, F. R. Jeffrey, p. It j
Feldman, of George Washington.
KILLED BY TUAIN.
U. P. Tape?, nf Pelham, Struck and'
Fatally Injured.
[Special to r .. Times-Dispatch.]
Danville, Va., April 22.?U. P. TaUey.l
a well known resident of Pelham, was'
killed thlh mnn.'ng; by Southern train!
No. 4 4 which, \hllc traveling at a |
forty-mile an hour rat?, hit an open I
switch one mile south of Pelham, and|
was diverged upon a side, track upon;
which Talle) -as walking Talleyl
was only a fen feet away from the
switch, ami the train entered it and
was upon him i;i a second. He was
picked up whi a the train was stopp.-.I
and his head v is found broken, but
he was still alive. He w?,s bronchi on
to Danville but died en route. Tallcy
was unmarried He leaves s mother,
two brothers and two sisters, lie will
bo hurled In Pelham to-morrow.
"Your Company
is performing a real service to the citizens of Richmond."
Thai was the remark of a gentcman "]\-> ? ailed yesterday
evening late and left his will.
lie ha- made a success of his own business, and, while in
the prime iif life, lie makes provision for the careful and safe
management of his affairs when he is gone.
\\ c would stop advertising if every man of property in
Richmond understood, as this gentleman 'ires, that the Vir?
ginia Trust Company makes a better Exc< utor and Trustee
than an individual.
Virginia Trust Co.
A Custodian That Never Dies.
RICHMOND, VA.
Capital, One Million
HARD FIGHT ON
PROPOSED ISSUE
jMany Influential Men of County |
Oppose Sale of $1,000,000
Bonds.
[sp?*i-iH I t'i The Times- Dispatch.)
Staunton, Va . April 22. .\ trcmend
u?a fight la beiu?, made nr. the propOS;
cd $1.000,000 hond Issue for rj.uls in
AUKijs-.ii county. Meetings oro being
hold m every nelglibornoed by the op
posing camps, and ti?. vote Is be Ins
mustered and marshalled for the da)
of election, which comes on the 30tli
Instant. Many of tho most Intlucutlai
men of the county are opposing the
bund sale. They .ill fitVOl good roads,
tun claim tin county is rich enough to
build them und puy fo: them. They
propose Instead ol the bond sale, that
taxes be raised 25 ci uts on the 1100,
to bring in with the Stute appropria?
tion of 110,000 about ?IV0.000 l<i 1110.
iioo, which they content is as much as
the county can safely spend In u year.
They arc Influenced laigcly "> senti?
ment, the county never having sohl
an> bonds, and the) an unwilling that
it should now commence.
Whatever the result ?>f the election,
It means a great impetus to road-build-1
lug In the county; as the opposition'
Ik pledged to approval of u program
that will bring In more money by taxa?
tion* and more and facter building of)
good roads. The count, will get the
?.1 ro.nis and get them fast under]
cither program. Convict* have nlready 1
built several arteries of macadam,
which, villi the Valley Tike, give the!
county more good roads than anyl
county in the State.
SIOItB POWER POM MAYOH.
Council t ommlttecs Mu> lie Helle? rd
of AduntnlatrutMc Work.
[Special to The Times-Dispatch.]
Charlottesvllle, Va., April ii.?The
City t.'ouncll now has under consid-j
eratlon on ordinance on the subject ofj
Improving the administration of th<?'
city government by concentrating pow?
er and responsibility In the hands ofi
the Mayor, and rellevins the commit-j
tees of executive and administrative!
work. If this bill becomes a law It'
will make the Council a legislative j
bod)', und concentrate the admlnlstra-i
tlve powers where theoi eticolly and)
actually they ought to me. In the
hand? of the chief administrativ? of?
ficial.
KelrEaim Prom tiller tllatrlet.
[Special to The Times-Dispatch. I
Amelia. Va . April '.'2.?Thire was a
small attendance at the mass-meeting
of Democrats called for Saturday to
name delegates to the State Conven?
tion in Norfolk*. .1. Garland .lcfferaohi
.lr., and J. K. Irving ? sre nominated us
delegates from Gilei District to the
state item > ran. Convention.
The
First National
Bank
lias been built up lar?-ely by
giving i ustomcrs kindly and In?
telligent service; by manifest
ihr- genuine interest in Individ?
ual accounts and Individual
successes.
We Invite interviews and wel?
come new accounts.
1101 Rnsl -Mnln Street.
< npllnl and Surplus, S'.'.OOn.OlM).
PLANTERS
NATIONAL
Richmond, Va.,
solicits 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
E. A. BARBER. J. R
Certified Public Accountant.
E. A. BARBER & CO.
ACCOUNTING, AUDITING,
ORGANIZING, SYSTEMATIZING.
315 Mutual Kundin?,
Phone Mad. r.:t^i._fjlcbjuonit, Va.
National Bank of Virginia
Capital .$1,200,000
Surplus Profits $ 700,000
Account solicited.
Ninth and Main Streets.
Manchester National Bank
A strong, safe bank in which to
place your money.
F. F. V.
Facts? Flfturea?Verified.
CHARLES F. HUDNALL,
AUDITING. ACCOUNTING,
AUDI ?^STEM ADZING.
M9 Tiwlero Bldg., Richmond, Vs.
Monroe) 411
Commonwealth Bank
12 North Ninth Street.
We Nave branches conveniently located
throughout the city?102 Last Broad
Struct, Twenty-fifth and Broad Streets,
1439 Willianuburg Avenue.
"The Home For Savings."
Money in Your Pocket is a Temptation,
Besides
It's An Expensive Habit
IThe sooner you realize this the more you will be ahead;
and, last but not least, remember this fact: A Bank
Book establishes your credit in a community?a de?
sirable asset at all times.
Interest at I per cent, per annum allowed on savings
accounts.
The Central National Bank
CAPITAL,.$250,000.00,
307 East Broad Street.
1 ?? ????????M????~??an^mw
YOU
Arc on thr ri^hi Tack when
\ou direct your busi?
ness to
This Strong
Institution
There is a reason.
It can be of service to you
in many useful capacities.
Business, Personal and
Savings Accounts desired.
3c/c Interest Allowed
Bank of
Commerce and
Trusts
DIRECTORS.
Jonathan Bryan.
J. Stewart Bryan.
Thos. P. Bryan,
Chas. J. Billui>?.
G. L. Fairbank,
R. D. Garcin,
J. R. Cordon,
R. L. Cordon.
Hi A. Harr.
J no. S. Mar wood,
t'.. C. Pint kney,
("has. A. Rucger,
Emmett Scaton,
\V. B. Tcnnant,
Jno. T. Wilson,
Jos. E. Will.a<J.
Capital ?noo,000.00 Sarplna suno.ooo.oo '
Realty Trust Co.
ATLANTA. OA. j
In Plains where the -egal rate of
Interest la C~r. It Is difficult to get over
A'iTc or 5'r net on loans secured by
real estate valued at two for one.
lc/ofi\^'neSc/o\
We have a booklet that will Interest
icj, because It shows why and how
this lami security can be had In
Atlanta
and net you ''.'c and STi. 1
F.drrln P. Anale?,
9. D. MeKlnney,
President. !
alar. I.nun Dept. 1
The Confederate Museum
TWELFTH ANL> CLAV STREUT? J
OPEN I A. M. TO 5 P. M.
Admlssion. Ubc Krer. on - .. iy?, j
?ailtoaos
Richmond & Petersburg declnc Railway
can iea\e Manchester, Seventh an* Terry]
Street*, for Petersburg.
?<? ". R. ??>. it'. 11. "13 A. M.i 1. 2, *3. I, 6.
??S:? ?? ;. ?. ??, to i'. m.
I1:'.0 P. M., for Chester. 12:90 midnight for
1'ettrsburc.
Cars leave Petersburg, foot of Sycamore
street, tor Manchester:
1i:lS. 6.35. ''tili, ''.'?ii'. 9:35. a10:tt, 11-.IS I
A. m . 12:15, -1 35. J:IS, i.il. ?<:!?, ?:k, 1:16, j
?: ?, i.30. 9:3"., ?10:10, 11:10 V. M.
'Dally, except Sundays and hu.ldays.
?Carries baitgage and express.
??Limited, except Sundajs and holidays. I
All cars from Petersburg connect with I
ears for Richmond.
Kit HMOND AND ( HEM'EAKL BAY ]
RAILWAY COMPANY.
schedule- of electric trains to anil from 1
Ashland, slopping at Intermediate stations
upon signals: I.v. P.lchinond ittruad anil
Laurel Sis >: 'i.Oi. 'MO. S:10, 9:10. ??10:1C. 1
11.10 A. M : 1:10, 2:10. 3:10. bl:10. i:10. ?:2o. I
'.10. bS.10. 10:11'. 11:43 P. M. Lv. Ashland:
?i:65. bl.00. ?:09. bS.tC.. 10:*0; ??11:09 A. M.. i
?12.Co M.; "1:C0, i.'jO. 3:00, 1.(0. b};00, S:00, j
;:"". ?.00, b!?.oo. ii oo P. M.
?Dally, except .Sunday. "Sunday only. i
bcarrles bagasse.
Norfolk & Western Railway
ONLY ALL RAIL LINK TO NORFOLK.
Schedule In Effect January |, IJ/1J.
Lesve Byrd Street Station. Richmond. FOR
NORFOLK: '9:00 A. M . ?H:<? I*. M . M:10P. M.
FOR LY.VCHBURG AND TUB WEST: ?6:15
A. M.. "I'^OO A. M.. '.1:00 P. M? V>:20 P M
Arrive Richmond from Norfolk: ?11:10A. M.
?*:33 p. M.. "11:30p. M. From the West: *5.in
A. M.i a2.00 P. XL. bl:IO p. M. ??:aj p. j?,
p. M.
? Dally. sDslly ex. Sunday. bSundSv onlv.
W. B. BBV1LL, i H ROSLEY,
O. p. A., Roanoke. D P. A , Richmond.
BKA BOARD AIR LINK.
Southbound trnlna scheduled to l?,n<. Rtch
tnond dally: 9.03 A. M. ?Local to Nur; Ina.
1:30 P. M.?Sleepers and coaches. Atlanta.
Birmingham. Savannah, Jaekoonvti.. . 6:25
p. M.--Sleepers and coaches. Jacksonville.
ll:2i P. M.?Sleepers and coaches, Atlanta.
Birmingham. Memphis. Northbound trains
scheduled to arrive In Richmond dally:
7:60 A. M., 9:20 A. M.. ?:9i p. M.. 5:10 p. M..
Local.
I&a?roatis
SOUTHERN RAILWAY
PREMIER CARRIER OK THE BOUTII.
'Irwins Lea*.'.- 111. hiimnd.
.*- B Following schedule Ogurca publish*
cd as Information uml not xiarantet I:
For th* South?Dally: ?:lo A. M. Local,
10.ij A. M. Express. 1.00 I*. M. Express,
wit h trio lighted Bleeping Car for *i
IBiit.i and Birmingham. 11.4", P. M. Expreai
Week D*>? 3:fo lv M. Local.
V' >ltK lll\ Bit LINK.
4:J0 r. M.?Dally.?Connecting for Ba;t -
more Mon. W?-d. and Friday, 6.00 A. M -Ei
Hun. anil P, M. ?Men.. Wed. and Frl
da) - Local
Train? Arrive Richmond.
From ilie South: li.M A. M., ?:to A St.,
[ r.OO P. M. f.iH p. M. daily; HiS3 Ex. fun.
from West Point: tile .v M. dnli}. 11:31 A.
M . Mon.. Wed. arid Frl., 4:75 P. M. Bxi Sun.
6 E BUHOE89. I'. P. A..
M7 E Main St. Phone .Vadlnon V.Z
Rlclimont!, Fre?erlctsj)vs & Potomac R. R.
TO AND FROM WASHINGTON AND BEYOND.
Leave Richmond
?6.20 A.M. lljri St.Sta.
?8.00 A.M. MaioSl. 8U,
?8.40 A.M. Bjr* m.Mi.
?0.10 A.M. Bird Si. KU,
?U.28 A.M. Main ?L8U,
?ie.01 noon Bjrd St. Kta
tt.OOP.H.Byr* St. Kta
t8.*0 P.M. Hjr<3 St. sta
{4.1* P.M.Elba Station
H.16P.M. MalnKL KU
?8.20 P.M. ByrtSL KU
ArrlTO Richmond
?7.60 A.M. BrriSt.Kta.
JI1.26 A.M. Klba Station.
Tl 1.3* A.M. Byrl St.HU.
?1.12 P.M. MalnSt.SU.
?2.*0 P.M. Bjr4St.SU.
?8.17 P.M. MalnSt.SU,
?6.60 P.M. BrrdSt.Ste.
t7.16P.M. Bj.d Sl.Sta.
?O.IOP.M.BrrdSt.Sla.
?11.17 P.M. Main Sl.Sta.
?l2.6UnlrhtBir? St.Sta.
ACCOMMODATION TRAINS WEEKDAYS,
[.eare Brrd Hi. Su. 4.00 P. K. for Frtdrrlckiberi.
Laars Mba su. 7.46 A.M.,6.30 P.M. for Aabland
ArrlTC Bird St.Su.S.26 A.H.rrom Frederlcksb'*-.
Arrl.ehlbaSU. 0.H0 A.M..6JU) P.M.from Aiblani.
?Daily. 1 Weekdays, i Sunday? oaly.
All traiaa to or from Byrd Street Station
atop at Elba. Time of arrivals and departurea
oot guaranteed. Read tha signs.
Chesapeake & Ohio Railway
: ID A.- I.oca:-? Dally?Newport Newt.
?::?) A. ? Lota!? Dally? Cta'm .?.. Ex. Sue.
Tburmoud.
t?;M A.?Express?Dally?Norfolk, o:d Pcint
116:00 A.?Local Dally?Lehbg., Lex. C. Forgs
?1 V -Express?Dslly?Cln., L'vllle.
tutor -Express?Dally?Norfolk, N. Newa.
*I00 P.?Loial?Dally?N. Sf?>, Old Point.
4:1J I'.^-LocmI?Dally ?Odrdonevll a .
tili P.?Local -V.x. Sen.?Lchbj, Natural
Bridge, Cllft?h 1 orge.
?? j:. P.?Limited?Dally?Clnclu'ti, Chicago.
?11:? P.?Bxprefi -Dally?Cincinnati, L'Tllla.
?Sleepers. ?p?r:oi Cart
TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND?Local freni
Bast! s '.6 A. M . 7:50 P. M. L-.rough fiom
Bast; 11-10 A. M.. i.M P. M. Local from
West Il:M A. M ?:M A. M. .tr.d 1:14 P. M.
Through: - -v A M ::* p. M. and XiJO P, M,
ilamea it vei Lint: IS A y. . *. 4i P. M.
??Dally except Sunday.
Atlantic Coast Line
1 tie standard Railroad ol the south.
EFFECTIVE APRIL ?lh. 101*
TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND DAILY.
Fur F'.citdu nnd South; t.U A. M. ana
. l: M. IttO A M.
For Norfolk: 9:00 A. M. S00 P. M.. 4:11
P. M.
For N * W. By. Writ 4:1* A. M., 10:9t
A M . 3i? I'. M '?? it P. M.
For Petersburg: l.W A. M.? 6::s A. if..
S:16 A. M. '??'? A. M . 10.W A. M? 3:00 P. M .
? 10 P. M . ?..Vi P. M? -,:V> P. M., ?:i0 P. M ,
11; 43 P. M
For Ooldsboro and Faycttevllle: ?4:U)P.M.
Train? arrlv Richmond d*i:> ? i M A M.
4.4'. A M. DM A M . *i:37 A. M . "10:4* A.
M . 11:40 A. M., ?: P. M ??!:? P. M ,
?:0i P, M.? t:? P. M . t:C0 P. M.. *.0J P.
M., 11:30 P. M.
?Except ^?lndoy. ??Euniay only.
Time of arrha! and departure and con?
nections r.oi guaranteed.
i.V CAMPBELL. D. P. A.. FJ Main St.
fetfiimlioat?
MRKCIIANTS' AND ?INF.HV 1 RA S3. CO.
Spring Sea Trips
NORFOLK TO
BOSTON ?M> PROVIDENCE.
Mramera Norfolk to Boston daily, except
Thursday ; to Providence. Monday. Wednc?
da.> auu Saturday, Pi M. Through tlokstt
on sale to prltielpal points.
Fine steamera, excellent service, low fares.
Wireieaa telegraph. Send for booklet. '
Appiy C. Ii O. Ry.. N. ?- w. fly., S. If.
Rs-srr.nr.. N-,. "OE E. Main Streei. and Rich?
mond Transfer Company, No. >>& E Main st.
NORTH GERMAN LLOYD
EXPRESS SAILINGS TUESDAY8
PAST MAIL SAILINGS THURSDAYS
ron
\M\ IHiN-PA RIS.BRE.MKN
SAILINGS ON SATURDAYS FOR
Til I". >l E I) IT Bit R A X B A .\
Oelrleba A to., t.euernl Xcruta,
3 ItriiHd??/i>, \e?? York.
Or Local Ticket Agents._
AM HOll I.I \ L.
New Twin-Screw Steamships
??( AMKItONI t." "CAl,lFOHXIA,,?
?CALI3UOXIA'' nuil "COLUMBIA,"
bj.linx from New York every Saturday
GlauaTosv ?In Movllln, Lundtinderry.
FIRST t.AIIIN, S7H A \ l> ?7r>.
SECOND CABIN. ISO AND UPWARD.
THIRD CLASS, JMJ.r.O.
For new Illustrated book of Tours,
apply to
If BN DER SON BROTHERS,
iki - . 17 and HI Brood tvoy, Ne?? Fork, or
Andre?? Welsh, 528 Easl Main .-"treet,
Samuel H. Bowman, 7"^ Easl Main St.,
Richmond.
OLD DOMINION LINE.
Lv. Illrhmond fo-)t of Ash St. dally.7.00 P. M.
Uavc Newport News.trdO A. M.
Arrive Norfolk.t:0OA.M.
Connects ?ith main line steamers leaving
Norfoik for New York dally, except Sunday.
7:00 P. M. Connections also mado by N. &
W, Ry. 3 P. M. and C. A.- o. Ii>. ut 4 P. M.
Night '.inr Mcainirn stop at Clareillont to
land or recelv? passengers on signal, and
??111 bu met by public conveyance.
VIRGINIA NAVIGATION It), f Effective
March U >.- Juin. a Liver by Uayiiglu :or
Norfolk and uld point. Newport News and
all James ltlver landings Sloamei leaves
Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 6:30 A.
M. l'rolght received for h 11 in.... itlvar
landing*. 'Phone Madison 17S.
Mail. Ticket Office. S:i E. Main Street.
1 AC C A TEMPLE
A. A. O. N. M. S.
1PILGRIMAGE TO I.OS ANGELES UNDER PERSONAL ESCORT.
Special train all Pullman cars lea-, es Main Street Station via Sea?
board Air Line Railway Saturday, April 27. 5 P. M. Fare. $92.75.
Go with them and enjoy a moat delightful trip.
"Ask Mr. Bowman"
TOURIST AGENT,
708 Kaat .Main Street.
8. A. L. Railway Ticket Office, srju East Main Street, and at Station.
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