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New York
Stock Market
New Yo'ric. September G.?The move
eat in stocke to-day ran largely to
?eels', ties with virtually no change
, the other Issues. There was, how
?tr, times when some pressure was
ibwh upon Lehlgh Valley and Cana?
an Pacilie. while other high grade
.ilroad shares failed to move beyond
actlcnal limits, and United States
.< el and the- Coppers were little more
Some diversion was again furnished
?
t i
.nother vi,'-' ? d revision in the sched
:
Among ii.k :< ? ?. litsplcuqvta special-1
Iv*. Natloi al B s< alt. Central I.i ath.-r.
I
mints Ovci lllty per cent of. the day's
ight business was tranacted In the
lrst hour, the balance of the session,
specially the last two hours, being;
haraclerlzed by absolute inertia and
?
. ?
uuainsi .-!??.?:.!> .- cstirputi! of almost
?
New York city 4 1-4 per cent .:onds
again soid under par. with a lower
tendency in other issues. Total sales
I>r,r value, were 12,005.000.
United States government bonds
?were unchanged on call.
New York. September 6.?Prime mer- j
intile, steady. Money on call. S 1-3
4. ruling rate, 3 1-2. Time loans]
eady; sixty days. 4 3-4 3 Six
onths. 5 per cent. Sterling exchange, I
- S6s? for demand
RICHMOND STOCK MARKST.
Bv Rlchsra \v. Maury,
o:k ?ni lior.r; Broker, 1015 U Hair. S!r?*t
Richmond, V?.. September 191!
CALH? AT BOARD
.'Irginta Railway and Power Co. fs
t'irgjnla Railway ar.i Power Cc. pi
Virginia Railway srid Power to p!
.
STATE SECURITIES; Bid. A
rglnta 2s, O'.d C and R. SM3 . '."-a
i Centuries, 2-2, C. *r.<l R, 1431.. SI
RAILROAD BONDS.
:
ar.-i Pia . IMS. IM
?'
?
aboard Adjustment .'.?. U|!?. TS
..?r.frr. Railway 1st }??. I?l - 1?
>, It. Dev. and O. M 4? 155?. >
STREET RAILWAY BONDS.
BTRBET P.Y. STOCKS. Par
?
Norfolk or.d Western com.100 118
DANK AND TRUST CO. STOi Ks'.
-treei
Batik of Commerce and Trusts.: ' iff
? i. National Runk.ion
SSli
:i Trust and Savs Co
Ions for Interest-paying binds a
cu to which Interest must bo add<
j h lit and c rilncatei of Ihdebti
list.
BOND LIST
? Is <-!f?. (askedi
<r:: I..
Ul KIN >] lllhl.l
THE UMO . BANK
OF RICHMOND.
i
? PEP
INTEREST.
Official Range and Sale of Stocks in New York
Sales.
:tock.
HV THOMAS BRANCH & CO., Hankers and Hrokura.
Closing.
Open. High. Low. Ui? .\akod Kales. Stock. Open.
: s o
100
.v-.
I.SOO
Allls-Chalrhefs .
AllW-Chul. pf l.. 1st pd..
Amalgum ited Copper ...
Anur Agrl. Chem., com.
Atner. Beet Sugar, com..
Americah Can .
Amerli an Can. ptd.
Am !. t ar and Kouudry.
Amcr. Car and i'oun . pid
American Cotton oil.
Am Hid.' ami Leather, pr
American Linseed OIL...
American I.ocotnotlv< ...
Anter. Locomotive, pfd...
Am. r. M&lt Co., ptd.
American Smelting .
Am. i. Snilfl Co., t ain_
Ami r;i an Sugar .
Ann r Tel. und Tel. Co...
Ann rican T? U
3'.?i
?i?,
W?
w,
11
08 ?4
?'s
1!?
IISStI
An
?
con:
ptd;
?
Vtlnutli Coast Line .. ,
\ C. IJ of Connecticut .
laitimorc and Ohio _
??? t'il< hehi sti. !. i om_
iei lehcm si eel, ptd.
Hrltlsk-Amcr, Tob. Co...
I: ti Rapid Transit,
lentiitl Leaf ? r, ? til;
Icago Ore.u Western.
!hl . Mil, und St l-.uii...
'raclble Steel Cot., cotit;
'rn.-ihle Steel, pfd .
hlcajfo itnd Northwest
[oloradd l'uci and Iron,
olorado and Southern.1.
.'onsolldated Cas .
ielawifi nnd ItudsDhiL-.
ri?d Rid Gran . com;
Cc I, w. Helme Tob. (-0 .
?"? I ? hi :..; Riet trie, x sr'... tw,
>?" <.r- .it N?..-t :. :n. pfl. l;.'i
tio Gr? it Northerr/ Ore ctf* ??!?<,
" mini i> Central . Mm'
WO Int. rhcro-M -t. 1 {???
Int. rboro-Met . pfd. ggij
6
87%
rU".
Iis
Hl^S
lite?.
Id'.
IIV n
fvV*
1W
?10'?
IS'i
71*.
*?
1IM?
...1,
U->s
It
OS
I-.Ii',
1 14',
3tjJ
ll
lSl's-j
I ? ?.
11V-t
?WH
25ji
?".?
3t?,
ill'
id
I'M
67Mt
?.s
14'...
43
ioo^ij
I.V.
> r.4
r.-j
ltd
-' '"5
1" i >4
40's
7a
ilia.
laiif.
1 I.". ;
Kd
Iis
i??
JVl
300
177
SCO
600
MO
2t?,aoo
100
0,700
I CO
Int. Mer. Marine, com... b
lnteinational paper ?
Int. Paper, pfd. .'?7'a
Lettish Valley . ?*?
Liggett and Myers, com 314
Liggett and Myers, ptd. ...
Lorillard Tob. Co.. coin, It&Vfc
Louisville and Niisbvlllo i.y?.
Mi Klean P troii um ? Ii
Miami Copper . W!4
Missouri Pin Hi. . 11
Mo.. Kan and Texas.... BS?j
National Biscuit .
National Lead .
New York Central. llb%
Otlt and Western lll'i
1,1 0
300
l.K"
liltl
U'J
I...
7...71
I.C?0
il,n 0
."i
II 1
i??i
t*?4
Norfolk and Western..;
Northern I'aelllc .
1'u.cllic Mail .
P uns yl va ma .
People's Gas .
P.. * .. C. and St. L. coin,
P., < ? . C. and St. t... pfd.
Pittsburgh Coal, com..
Pressed Steel Car.
Pressed St< ? 1 Car, ptd.,
Ry, Steel Spring, com..
Reading .
Ri public iron nnd Steel
11. public 1. and S . pfd..
it j. It Island .
Rock Island, ufd.
Seaboard Mr Line, com.
Si al uard Lilie, pfd.
SI rSB-Sheffli Id .
Som hern Pacific .
Suuthei n Railway .
Southern Railway, pfu.
Standard tin .
Teniii ssoe Copper .
T. V:.-. Pacific .
1'iiioti PacUlc .
United stat.s Rubber... :.;>?.
L'nlu d stat. .s sum i.
L'hlu .1 St.it. steel prd II.'.
i". s. > last I foii' pi pi . 20
Va.'-Car. Chemical .' K\
Va !Car, Cheiul -al. pfd.
V.l. Ry, and Power, pf.i. ...
Wabasb. 4ii
W ibash, pfd.
Western Cnlon . .?1\,
yVcyman-Bruton To. Co. ...
Total sal.-s for day,
ok (four da
110*
127!?
Ii'.".
MWri
3". 11,
'Situ
:i"',
44\
"Hi*,
6-74
I0H
.,7>a
ItlU
itaw
?-I?-1?
.s'vi
-i'-j
110?,4
1.3
1.4-.
3TVi
KC'i
-7'i
i'O-'s
3"',
Us
lTV-i
II :\
Cloblng.
Low. Bui Asked
16-H
t>i 'a
lu7'?
314
ll'i
I'.-',
3*i
lib
II614
r.,-1,
117
knii
.
j.i.
is*,
1.1 ?
113
40t-,
Ulrfl lit''
I..', l'.T
: v s l-i
l".1,
oV-ii
Iii-,
.so-.,
ll-.ji ?
II
1..-,
Total sabs for
35?.3fO shares
?s), 1.139.9)0 shares
.New Orir.ins, Lai. September 5 ? mn^n
?Jt,irr? opened stead; .it a decline of Sfl
point* or. poor cable* -?na good weather
n the ?asten portion of the cotton belt. !
First prices were th< lowest In tit. early I
radlnt, as buying set In uf.i r the call. |
lasej on private !ii.'..s?f:es fror.) Manchestec.
:eUlng of a good business there In both
Moths and yarns and nti the rumor that
lalveston labor disturbances had been set
l|ed. . The closing "nr dull and prices wer.
'":'.: ,""?"' ?? over yesterday's close for th?
Hi ? :: .,'.:n?- nth*; middling: 11 5-It.c.
Spot cotton ? eied".steady, i?c. tip to u>\ |
off Sales on the ?po> >* bales ant SO to
?
I.?C VI. .MAI.1.1.1 i|l 0 I VTIONS.
(Furnished by Levy Commission Co. Com- j
mission Merchants, Rlrhmnnd. Va )
Richmond, v.l.. .?=? ptember ?". ix:. I
ACTUAL \VllOl.l.~\l I QUOTATIONS Ol
MARKET.
LIVE POULTRY,
Chickens, lb. a ?o j
i
Ro 'stors, < ach. Ji C
Pucka, 't'tf. voting, lb. 1? ?>
I .. i.s nr.a.. yoUng lb . t ? I
i:C.O~-,-rated
!?-. crates, nearbv. fresh, dos. *.?
: rates rithet ?. -:"r.?. dot . St ft
Guinea eggs, doz .. It it
HL'TTKR
Family, .-hol.-., fresh, lb. ? ?
Mi rchahts . fair, !. ? O
live ?tock.
Veals, choice t>. fan-: lb. <t
-
.
I
Country-cured r a co n .
Hnms well stroked, sinall. lb. t?
Hams, well smoked, urg... itv H J?
irket t'ondltlotm- .? : lines active.
\ i w ^ ORK PRODI I 1 MARKET
- iff Futur
I r ?III liilAlN M VKKI'.i
III? IIMONII lilt '.IV MA IlKK I
? .
RH iimo.vd HAY. MARKET.
Ki>:nn'.onii. Va., September S. IMS.
Followlrg nr. ir.. quctationa on th.- Rich?
mond l!dv Exchange:
Tat loT^_o;d or New?
No. 1 Tlmotny. ;j jj
No, j Timothy. 21.00 -j
No. 3 Timothy. ? I'.w
Light ??:??<? r mixed. :j..y> er
No. : Slaver mixed. 30.fi &
NO. Clover, mixed. Nominal
No, 1 Clover. Nominal
STRAW?Cpninreaaed . ? v.oj !
ie-pressed. 'n.-go baloa.. 0 ;o.oo
Load your van 80 that hay at doors rep. '
r< f. r.-t consents an'! thua a ? (I 1 rejecllona '
This t-..irk? t grades hay .n accordance
'. th* Natlona' llay \a??cution.
CA rTLE MARKET?.
RICHMOND LIVE STOCK MARKET !
i.-j-s it Union Stock Yard.- i
Richmond Va . September I?'..' |
import or tr.. nv- stock tor th-? ?reck i
ling September .'. *.'??.
lest ?teer?. j?j j'-v medium to good. 1
t common to fair. IV4lr?He.: beat
terii ?.>;c.. medl >'tn u good. J-i *<-.< .
siann to fair. .VI ?3? ; best cows. J3 ,
c; medium to go. <1. I41MVJC ; common to
ir .'i'i''ic . bulls, ??, ?, : Kresh cows.
.. <. -i pei heat Beat via: cult .-a. H4c.;
r lei good, :. ". . dicks, lll?c.; b..at
? its, ~'j~'ir : trtwtt and
ige ; i".c.i irnbf ?'ifTc.; eommon.
; ... >t snevp, .. ?.iii .. common to fair, ?
jber ?- -Cattl* ?Receipt*'
eady to strong. Beeyrt,
?ers *> w caterii
St r> and (eiders. It.;.".
t . . . . ?? ' '
t? ?? ? head Markt ?
?ugh. sT.*'?! Pigs,
t '.t z : I '.ft . S.70 Shee p?
Ma rkel steady to a
.-. <?" -;: T$| western.
I? W'j . ;.iatn. ns
?ra. 14 13 8 T
es-Kecelpt? ??:
{raisers 14 M .
Sheep and
Market stearii
ii ? : - Re >
RICHMOND TOBACCO MARK El'.
Richmond, Va, September IMI.
\elng are th' quotations tin tl;c Rtcfc
Toj.i co Exchange:
DROWN SHIPPING.
Wj) (j '?- *
so.v ? i) u.-j
DRIOI1T 8
IF.RS?Common . T.oo ;< >.J?
10 0} Ii hi.Ou
i: . - ilomrhoh . iL? >i IS ?> ?
icy . 24. ?0 ii STiu ?
LERS?Common . S.oo 'i ie ei
,1'u.n . H'.ta) N 1-vo
,od. la.to 6 K.oo
ne . Iii.00 ',i ;? ?
iI'PKItS?Commoa . .-.-0 i 20.03
sdluhi.22.0? 'a 2J00
,0-1. -"? <<<? u -O.OJ
lit, . ii.l? 0 ..'?' i*>
in?y. ????? 0 ??.0o
SUNiCURED-NEW.
?. common to g.-oii. h.iA 2J 7.00
f. good to prime ?. "..'0 U $50
?t leo 1. i.oo K 10.0?
g :e..f. . 10.01 'j 12.0)
: j ;,i ft. 12 60 t? II i'l
? ll-( I I I \NEOI > MAKKLTS.
DRY ?;'">l>0 MARKET.
- ?. ? mber ?.--?;*.e cotton rio >ci?
rki , .-? .j .-et and steadyi Yams rule
Wool ie !:.<:..,? With transactions of
. .. ... jsiv.t ......or ir.d rcady-to-wcai
indls ?"? seillas well for Immediate
NAVAL STORES,
iv inner Oa Scpteiiil'ei ? ?Turpentine'
it . . ? , sales ?40 casks; receipts
ks rtOain?Firm; auiea barrels; rc
?
?i m;im tvi':i i n unci:.
RT OK RICHMOND. SEPTEMBER t MS
At. It I v 15D
It
. ... .? j * lea ti oil la . Orhvea Karibik ana
ml literi .at..'.lacs merchandise and paa
i<ir?. Vlrhlnls Na Igatibn Company,
icurnei Aurora Kurman, I'eterebari and
i:<s l;lvec landlncs. merchindlsi and paa
.. : ? f src.ua Line,.
S Ml.KD.
teamer Berkeley. -:..'? N'.rf..:k. wr
. . i pass rinera OM Dominion Lino,
?.earner Aurora l-'urman. Petersburg and
River 1 ::^> ni*r< handlaa and pas
.it es Purman Line
\\ eekl) I otlon Review .
ew York, BeptewWi -Prices i.a\e been
eiular hut lately hevit sheen consider
likely
i? <>n
the carpet will be frost date. It was no
Heed on Thursday that heavy (rost oc?
curred !n the far West and Northwest, ar.i
some veterans traders were apprehensive
lest .'rost. or at any rate, very' Sow tem?
peratures, might push down Into t.-ie South
Voatcfn cotton tl.ld* Itecchtlj Texas has
i temperatures of too to los degrees,
ign on Thursday the weather In that
State begun to cool down noticeably. The
weekly weather report stated thai the re
>-nt temperatures In the belt generali)
had been anywhere from i m i degrees
above normal, while the r.ilnfa.l had been
itlceahly below normal. At the same tlm
Man ester h.i? reported S better demand
both rloths and yarns. Th- ?tat* ol
cotton (roods <>n this sldi >f te water IS
?
cr< Is in ''h;na ar> sill to be relativeis
?I' overestimated end tne *on?urnp
It t-irns out that the last crop was it,
set. Hester's llgures en the consumption
were a eurprlsti and havi *lwn no slight
en ourageiricnt to the believers hi better
j?r fs showing, as they did that li Was
It .' ?? ti.u. s. \f.% .aig-st on record) The
bearish argument Is that this cro|i la goln?
' .
allowances being made tor a liirgc surplui
carried n? ?r from -ast season, and Ihi t.iat
man: spinners have good stocks ??: ran
material, and In some eases bought ia.-t
season at ?.ist a portion of their require
is .for i
rh< Egyptian and Eust Indian crops this
>(??.- are expected t/> be l.irse. ?? thai
Europe may not take >o liluch American
.niton :'.'.!.? seas'..i as It did uurtng tf- sea
son r.isi ehded Tin big receipts .11 n.u
. '5 a ?'? rerturdi d by bear a .0 .1 plain hint
that Texas nas rund a big crop; Late in
?
??.'.1- t,> Waldorf Interests and a
joed den. of selling, iiiso by spot people.
Cljiirrt) j-ioiirrG
PRESBYTERIAN
rin.-T l'ftUr!HV'TKltIAN C.-URi it.?
:.r.
. ; M FADEN, The evening service will
omitted Sunday School a: a. M.
Ill ? ? .sr.t at 10 A II.
SECOND PRERBY Ti.'UI an CUCRCH
lev, RUSSET.!. CECIL D U . pastor. Ser?
if a: 11 a. M. Sunday ?c.Yjol at ?.45
I. M. No ?. rvl ? ? at night.
CHCBCII OK THE COVENANT.?Rev j.
AlA'IN STEWART. D L> . paitor.
?
:
? ' ??'?*? :r.. . I ai lu a M Sunday r.':
. ..
i| . be ::<:.! ni the Church of the Covenant
OR AC Li STREET PRESBYTERIAN
f'iiurch?Servlcea at ii o'clock a. M. and
k P M. Preaching by Rev. D CLAY
LILLY. D, D.
W IV 1 M I N ? T i: H PRESBYTER IAN
1 :. li ? Park Avenue, corner Davis Avenue,
fal'tng Davis Monument) ?Preaching to?
morrow at 11 a M. by the pastor. Rev.
JAMES V FA IR, D. D. No night service.
BAPTIST.
PlIlt'RT BAPTIST CHURCH (BROAD AND
Streets), Paste..-. It- ? UEOROE w.
Mi DANIEL D. D. The i;. -, r. j SHIP.
MAN. D D Merldan, Miss, will preach
st Hot? si - l.-s '.l a. M and StU P M
Graded Sunday School. Baraca and Phlla
then classes [A, W Patterson. Su'pt ?. 9:-'>
a M a welcome to ah
SECOND BAPTIST CHURCH I FRANK
.1, and Ada-ns Streets 1?Services 11 a. M.
and ! 13 P. M Graded Sunday School at
?? 10 a M Organised classei tor rheh and
women. Dr BVERBTTE CM.!., of Rom*.
Hal . v preach .it boili Services Quartet
?
CMlACE STREET BAPTIST CHURCH
"Jr.i' 1 aiid Fi ? ? Streets).?Preaching
at li a. M by the pastor, the Rev. LLOYD
T, WILSON. r>. D. Installation service in
1 p. M. Sundai S heel .t a 0 a M. (Hugh
P pqwett, Sup! > PrnytrirheetlnK Wed
nesilai at S P M Th< public, especial,*
strangers, are cordially i-';t,.d to worship
with us
URO? E AVENUE BAPTIST CHURCH
(Groio Avenue and Harrison Street 1.?Rev.
"' ? JAMES. Th, D.. pastor. Preaching
?.: .? pas'.orj at 11 a. M. and > I* M
Sunday school at A M ijamis I:.
Wood. iiipcrlnti ndent 1. Prayer meeting
Wednesday ..t s o'clock.
LEIGH s'lT::;.';'! BAPTIST CHURCH
tcorlter TwentV-nfth and Leigh Streets) ?
DEO. W. F. WATSON, D. D., of Abxan
? M
'ms for Loving Jesus.' The subject at 5:'.">
P. M. will r>. - The Great Discovery.'- *'un
,!;?? School "? ' ? A M. Organised adult
[classes, a:: welcome. ?
CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH iORACE
and P'n- Strcetsl-Re' RVI.AND KN1G.H I .
0 1'. pastor. Preaching by the pastor at
i! a. M und StlS P >1 Sabbath School at
3:30 a M. V". V.. DUKE; Superintendent.
Mil l HODIST.
CENTENARY M E ?? lltP.ril. SOUTH
1 , , . street, between Fourth and Filth
Streets'. Rev. W. J. YOl'NG, I"). 1).. pas?
tor. Prtachlng b^? the pastor at 11 a. M.
nnd s p M Morning subject, "Tljc Trial*
Ol Ihl Tim.a" t'uiiday School, with organ
lied clasHts and graded work, at 9:30 a. M.
CHRISTIAN.
THIRD ' IIItlftTIAN CRURCil. DAVID
l li.Wi is. minister. Preaching s rvlccs to
morfoM II a M and ? P. M Sermon sub
lecti "Are! All Church Members Christian?,
ae i Ai.- a : ChrUtiahs Church Sfenioora?"
and "rhe >lan That Was. a Fool and What
it- said." Bible Rcl ???: 9:30 a M You are
cordially Im lud to attend the servlcea ??
this Church on the Corner of Marshall and
1 i'tnty-flxtb f trr i ts.
SK VENT It STREET i IIKlSTIAN
Church PrenifhlnB both morning and even*
r,,. pastor, ii". II. n. c. MAC
LACH LAN Subject at n A M. "Learning
,. 1.,, Well" 11 ?.:?'. P M. ' The Poetry of
Jesus' Sunday School at 910 a. M. a
ordlal Invitation Is extended 10 all to ni
tellll 1 lies? ser? Ices.
CllRiSTiAN SCIB.NCB
REGULAR SBRVICB OP FIRST
("liui'cl ni Christ, Scientist. Will be held to
\~nn.^ morn in In church edifice (Corner
1, . Avenue end Meadow Street) tit n
o'clock Subject, "Man" Wednesdie
evening tcatlmen? and ?.\purtanee men ting at
|n 'li,. reading-looms arc located at
. '. .ni. Sixth Street, and are open every
wt'eli rtai from '0 A' M te '?> p? >*? A" "r,!
vOrdially invited.
Five prices something of a setback It It
more of a satisfactory affair, however, than
:t waa recently. Uut on Friday reports of
?toady deterioration not only In Atlantic
states, but In some parte of Texas, owing
lo hot. dry weather, caused another ad?
vance.
IN "tiil; district court ?V^thh
UNITED STATES FOR THE east?
ern DISTRICT of virginia:
In the matter of . No. 1145.
ROSENVELL C. jones, , In
Bankrupt ? ) Bankruptcy.
ORDER op NOTICE FOR DISCHARGE.
un this 4th day of September,
A. D. 1912, on reading the petition for
discharge o fthe bankrupt, 't ia
Ordered by the court, that a hear?
ing be- had upon the j,anie or. ihn ST1I
DAY of OCTOBER, A. D. 1912, be?
im e said court, at Richmond, in said
district, at 12 o'clock noon; and that
notice thereof be published 'n Tile
Ttmea-Dispatch, u. newspaper printed
in said district, und that all known
creditors und other persons in in?
terest may appear at the said time
and place, and show cause, If any they
l ave, why the prayer o? the said pe?
titioner should not lie granted.
And It is further ordered by the
court, that the clerk shall send by
mail to all known creditors cop|es of
.-aid petition and this order, addressed
to them at their places of residence as
statt d.
Witness the HONORABLE EDMUND
WADDILL, JR.; JudKe of the s.i'd
court, and the aeal thereof, at Rich
mond, in said district, on the 4th day
? ?: September, A. D. 1912.
Attest:
JOSEPH P. BRADY.
(Seal.) Clerk.
OUNN .v math EWS,
Attorneys for Bankrupt.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNITED STATES FOR THE EAST?
ERN DISTRICT uK VIRGINIA:
In the matter of . No. 114 7.
JACOB S. EINSTEIN* . In
Bankrupt. I Bankruptcy.
ORDER OF NOTICE FOR DISCHARGE.
On tins Oth day of September. A. D. !
1912, on reading the pstltlori for dla- I
charge of the bankrupt, it Is
Ordered by the court, that a hear
? ri? he had upon the same on the 3t11
DAY OF OCTOBER. A. D. 1912. be- )
fore said court, at Richmond; in said
district, at 12 O'clock noon, and that ?
notice thereof be published 'n The
I'tmes-Dlspatch, a newspaper printed
in said district, and that ail known
creditors and other persons in In?
terest may appear at the said lime
1 place,'and show cause. If any tltev
have, why the prayer of the said p?-:
tltlonT should not he granted.
And It is further ordered by the'
court, that the clerk shall send by
mall to all known creditors copies of
-aid petition and Ins order, addressed
to t! ? m at ii elr places of residence ,ut
Bt lt< 1
Wittiest th! HONORABLE EDMUND
WADDILLv Hi ? ludgc of the "a'd
court, and the seal thereof at Rich?
mond. In sii'd district, on th? *th day
i| Septi .-.her. A. D. 1912.
Attest
JOSEPH P BRADY.
(Sea! . Clerk.
EDGAR B ENOLISH, ESQ. .
AttoriK v fot Bankrupt.
IN" THK !?!.?" ni'-T ?"?'?!' I: T OK Til".
UNITED STATES FOR THE ICAHT
ERN DISTRICT OF VIRGINIA:
In the rristter of ") -Vo 1153.
RICHARD t .ALF. K_In_?_
Bankrupt J Bankruptcy.
ORDER OF NOTICE FOR DISCHARGE.
On this 5th day of September, A p
1012 on reading the p'-mion for dis
charge of the bankrupt, it is
Ordered hv the c.,;rt that a hearing:
be had upon the same on the STIi DAA
OF OCTOBER A. D; 1912. before said
court at Richmond, in said district, at
' ? ..'.-lock noon it.d f. at r. ??tic,, thereof
he published In The Times-Dispatch, a
newspaper printed in said dtsinct. and,
that all known creditors and other per- |
sons Ii: int- rest may appear at the
???ild time and place, and show cause-,
if air- they have, why tho prayer of
the said petitioner should not he grant
?
And u is further ordere?! by the!
court that th- clerk shall send b;. mail
to all known credit us copies of said
petition and this order, addr- ssed to
them at their plnce-s of residence as
stated
Witt. the* HONORABLE EDMUND
WADDILU JR. Judge o! the said,
court, and 'he so.I thereof, at Rich
mond. In said district .en the "th day ,
, f i tember a. D 19i2
JOSEPH T. BRADY |
(Real. ? Clerk.
JAMES R RI-SSELL,
Attorneys for Bankrupt.
iOOC I ' ?- ? - - ~ I - t ?: -
1912
Virginia Mechanic's
Institute
Richmond's Nlgbl School ?I Technology
Registration begins September 16,
19i2. 7: ? 10 to 9:30 P. M,
Schoo) be?!."is September 1912.
rit \ mv \v. in kg;
Superintendent.
McGuire's University School
tiPP. MONROE PARK, RH HMOND, VA.
FO RT v- EIGHTH SESSION begins
Scpti mber IS. Thorough preparation
for unlvai'slty. college, technical achool,
r. S. Naval and Military Academics.
iJrlmary department fot small hoys,
with separate instructors, study-hall
and recitation rooms. The Prin?
cipal' at ; North Belvldert street.
Hours, fi A .\l to i P, M. nhd after 5
P, m. Phone Madison 517|. For full
Information, see catalogue at Look
stores, or by mall.
JOHN P. ?I. i.l IRE,
Principal;
Miss Morris's School
FOR Ol It LS.
;< linst orace Street,
Septembet 25. I?12. Catalogues at
book st?ret; or fluni the principal.
MISS SUSIE P. MORRIS,
Principal
1116 West Avenue,
Gloucester Academy
An accredited s< r.ooi of the University of
Virginia. On the principal's farm. Summer
vllle.-, nvsr iiiouecater C. ii.. Vu. Thorough
preparation foe colleges und the unlveraity
ami for a business life. Special attention
t.i backward btjya and the most oiroful
I Individual attention Uoardera occupy the
Iwi lug with the principal ami ant family.
>he nejtt session will begin September 5th
Correspondence solicited. For circulars
appl) to JOHN TAlin (Oraduati Unlveraity
or Virginia). !? o. Gloucester, vo
The Confederate Museum
i'U ELPTIl AND OLAY STREETS.
OPEN 9 A. M. 'IO & P. it
Admisaiuii. 2$c Free on Saturdays,
.financial financial
You Did It
By means of the. generous co-operation of depositors of all classes,
large and t*.nall, the olucers of this bank have been, ablo to croato the
largest bank between Philadelphia and New Orleans. We feel deeply
Krateful for past patronage, and ofTer the assurance of the very best
of service in the future.
First National Bank
900 East Main
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS. *J .-,,000,000
ASSETS. ?20,000,000
A snvlnnn Depnrtnirnt for the Thrifty
With Ample Reserves
and Resources
This bank extends a cordial welcome to all opening
bank accounts.
Loans on Real Estate and Collateral.
Business, Peisunal and Savings Accounts wanted.
Bank of Commerce and Trusts
vi
EHs-OLM
Ninth and Main Street?
J
I PROTECTION
Richmond's Strictly Commercial Bank
Puch protection has. earned for it i well-deserved reputation for atren
1 security?and t;-.e . nridence of its patrons
Planters National Bank
in It Ii II MOM). VIRGINIA.
I ft pit n I . g 300(000.0
Surplua ond Profit?. * i. inn.ono.oo
Three p.-r i mi Interest, Compnun led Seml-Annually, Paid in .?Ina?
llepn rt men I.
Kummer Resorts.
TKXI) KU It V.\c \TMiN. - in?
VY?ch?preairuc, Numerous rr,?ons Ur
Reit reh ? i
rdiore. V?.
Sictimoiiil, FredBri?K&b^ & Potomac R. R.
TO ANO FROM ??'/AZhINGTOH AND BEYOND.
Leyave Richmond I Arrlve Rlohmood
.10 A.
. .IM) K.
i.lll A.
I.ii A.
:.. i ni
l.fhi I'
..'.!) 1"
.1.7 ??
llj rd fit. Ma.
. Milurit. St?.
. >Uia St. Sia.
II) rd St. Sta.
. lljrd st. sta.
i ll)i.| St. Sta.
M.ltw.l St. Sta.
M. :!).-t st. st...
??.-.'ii v n
r.au Si. -1
erj St. Mi
?T I l '!. In rd St.Sta.
II I.SA k.M. Uli Station.
111.35 i.D. Bjid St.St*
?LI. P.M. aalnst.hta.
?iMO P.M. HjrdSt.St?.
?II -iO l'.lli H) rJ St. Sit
? ? H 'I lUfd M.MI.
ttl.?fi !'.)!. r.jrJSl.St?.
?11.13 P.M. .*ialn St.Sta.
? P.V.MI nlsht Di r 1m.su.
?1.0." nl [dl Mala st. sta.
ACCO'.1M03AHO\ fRAI.VS?WE?K0AYS.
??Tc Bi ti *t. Stv l."0 P. M. I-rederleksbori.
Leite LI Iii mu. 7.1". a .?..<.. SI P. ,1. tor Aibltr.d.
'.rrl.f H>r? M.Mi. -.Sri l.M.t>< m I rederltiisb'r.
irrlve Klb? Sta. 0.8' A ? J! . iJ'.i) F.JL fron Atliltn 1.
?Daily. |Weekdays. {Sundays ocly,
All trams to or from Svrd S:rer: atatiol
i-.op a: Ll.'.a. Time of arrivals ar.U tiepaiiurc
not guaranteed. Raad the alsoa.
Atlantic Coast Line
Tue Standard Kutlruiid of tue South.
EFFECTIVE AUGUST 7. 1312.
trains leave! RICHMOND daily.
Pur F.onde aud Sbttlal IIIS a 41. ac4
1:04 p M.. tin) A. it.
for Norfolk: "a 10 A M . ? A. M.. '111!
f. 41.. 4:10 P M . "7:11 1- ii.
For N. & W. Ry. West: 4:15 A. M .
A M.. "i l-J P. m . ?.20 P. ii.
For Petersburg: lcd a m . e :i a id..
??a: 10 A. II., *:1S A. M.. 3.00 A. Ji.. S:50 A.
it.. t*:uO P. it. ?:.i. r M.. 1:03 p. M.. i.jt
P. ii.. "I:- P. m . ?:? P. m.. 11:41 P. m
For Uo.icsLoro and Fayetlevllle: ?4:10P.M.
Trains jrr.v? Richmond dai.y: i:0i A 41..
r,:lu A. M . 10:14 a. m . *i.27 A. m . "l&;4j A.
M.. ?11.*? A. 41 . ??11:41 A it. ?s.l? j? m.,
??II? 1'. 41. 6;* P. 41 , '.ai p. M . 1:00 f
M , ?:w P. 41. ??.j:2i i. 41.. 11:10 I". ii.
?Except Sunday. "Su.iday only.
Tune of arrival and J. parture and coo
nectlons not Kuarantoed.
<J. S. CAMPBELL I> P. A- SM Halo St.
Kicbmond & Peteribjfj Picric Railway
?.a.-? leave ilauchesivr, Seventh and Perry
i?. :"? Pen ? sburg:
?ii. 7. s. 'j, w, mu .v. it.. .. :. 4. i.
"iili. ?? .. o. ??. lu P. m.
11:00 p. ?1., tor cneater, ;;.eo mtdotstt for
p? leriburg.
care leave Petersburg, foct of Sycamcr?
Street, lor Mancaester:
u l?. t.U. ".Mi. ?7:4?. 8:Ji. 9:i.. ?:a:3i. ;i:li
A 41.. Ulli. *i:IS, ::?. 3:i?. Mtli. |;j>, ?;-lk
? .... >:?, a;.;. -10:10. Utid p. u
jUally. except Sur.??)j and aj.ldaya
?i cries baiitiaue a:..l esprcsa.
"t.halted, latept irunduya and Holidays.
Ail cars from Petersburg couaeci wits
,-i> for Rlchmnnd.
SEAUOARXl AIK LXNK.
Uouthbountf irajna scheduled to teava Klcn*
(.?nit d.illy: J-w A. lt. ?Local to Norilaa.
l .o P M.?Sleepers and coaches, aw?ui.i,
Blrminjham, Savannah; Jacksonville. 1:10
a il ? sloepera ai.u cuachca. Jocksoovlli?.
ll:Jj P, M.??leeperi ana coaches, Ai.aata,
A4irmlnghum, Mamphii. r.'oriaaouud train*
>.ntuuKU io urnvu in Richmond daily:
7:ij A. 41., i.M A. it., jiOi P. 41 . 0:t0 P. M..
Local.
Itlclihiuud und Clieaapeuke Uay nr. Co.
^. .viIuju o.' h..ectrlc Trains, . ilecttvo iiay
JO, 11)13, Leave Richmond. Laurel nnd Uroaa
Streets: 0 *6:0j A. 41.. ?7:10 A. M., bl.IO a.
41. 9:1* a. 41.. ??10:W a. M.. 11:10 a. 41., 1:10
P. J, , i:ii? P. 41., i;ifi P. 41.. 01:10 K M.. J;M
I'. 41. 1:20 P. M., 7:10 P. M., M:I0 p, u.,
10:14 I'. M.. U:4i P. M Leave Aahland. Eng.
inn', and .Maple Streets: *i:7x> a. m.. !> ?7:oo A
il s:00 a IL. b'J:00 a. M . 10:?O a. M. "11:44
a. IL. ?12:00 M.. "^Oo P. M... 2:00 p. it.. 3 t?
p II . 1:00 I' 41.. hi:00 P. 41 . ?.<M p. M . T .rf
P. M.. 8:0? P. M.. b?:? P. M., 11:00 P. ii.
?ualiy except titinuay. "Su:u?y only.
bvi&riles l'aK?:a?-'?
Norfolk & Western Railway
O.VLY A I- LKAII. LINE TO NORFOLK.
Schedulu In Effect AuguM 7. 1SU.
Leave nyru Street Siatlou, Richmond. KOIt
NORFOLK: bs:10 a. m , '?VoC a. it.. aa:W
v. 41.. '4:10 P. m.. b7:W P. m.
Pult LYNCHBURO AND THE WEST; ??-l?
A 11.. *>M A. II.. a3.00 P. M . ??:;0 P. m
Arrive Kichmoi.d trom Norfolk: all-to a
41. hll4i A. M.. ?6:11 P. 41. b:0:23 P. 14,
?11:24 i'. ii Prorn the West: 'C-.H a H
i.J.lu P M. ?Jl:40 IV It., ??:!<. P. II., ?a:? p I
ii.
?Dally, anally cil Sunday. bSunday only.
W. 11. I1EVIL.L. c. H. UOSI.BY.
o. p. a., Roauoits. p. P. A., iiicbmond
Commonwealth Bank
Your money is absolutely safe
and our banking offices arc con?
veniently located.
Manchester National Bank
One rjoij.tr a week deposited in
our savings department amounts
to nearly six hundred dollars in ten
year..
L\aiIroa&5
(nesapeake & Ohio Railway
'. .Ji.x. ?_L)*..>--.Vt? ^orl New*.
Isli a -Local?Dai.y?Cr. .III?. ?x. tua.
f?:OC A?Kxprtsa-Oa!:y--.n'or.'o;k. Old Point.
?Ii w a ? L .ca.-la*i;> ?LihDg . Lex. C. 1'i.rii
?u .:\ soon?Bxpi??i--i-iai.> ?ftorfollc Old I t.
?j... p.?Ex proas?Dally. Cm.. L villa.
|t:oO F.?fc.xpr?ai--uall> ? Noriolk, N. Kewa
? :wj ?' ?Local?Dally?N. Nawa, Ola Point.
?.1- t Loc?l--Ex. sua ?eiurdousvll.e.
4.:i P.?Local?"Ba Bud.?Lyhchburg.
?S t. f ? Liniitca?D?i y?Clncin'ti. i'hlcat?.
?U:W P.?Expraea?oally-TCiUvicauu. L'vlll*.
?Sleepers -ear.or Cam.
1 (CAINS AKitlVU ItlUHMOND?Local ;ro.-n
t.ut: s.lu A 11. T;l? 1*. M. Ttrougft from
?u?t; III* A U . ttftS 1'. 41.. ? ij 1'. 41. Local
from Waat I I .0 A M . ?*>:Si A. 41., kiU
Li? P 41 Throng-. A. M.. U;il A.
i: and ::?o i' 54.
Jam. ! Rlvar Line: ?*:? A- Id . ? i> I' 4:.
??Isally ->-*-pt .lar.dfi
SOUTHERN RAILWAY
_ .. .ulcit of I'Ht! aoiJflt.
Traisa Le^c lt.ct.ii.ond.
.v. B ?re (Otting ?caeda.i ngurej pubusn
cd aa :atur.nuitoa -cd aot guaranteed:
For me South?Dally: f:lf a 41 Local.
WtC a. 41. Uxprtaa, ?.00 t*. 4i. Bxprcar,
?rlta ai?ot;lc ItgbK . bleeping Cor for 41
.aa.a a-d BtrMlUghain. IttiS P. 4L Kxyrtaa.
tv'.tk Day*: 3.(0 1'. 41. Local.
Tul'.K KlVEIt LI.N a.
?:*> P. 4*.-L>ai:>.?Connoting for Balti?
more 41 on. Wed. axd Fr.day. 6.0C A. 11.?Kx
HUB, iiiil ; i'. 41.?Mou.. WcU. and Frl ?
u?> ?Local
lUioi Ar.Hc Richmond.
From the Souin; e.?i' a 41.. S:tO a. 11.,
HOC P. 41. i.iA V. 41. dally; 12;iS Ex. Pun.
From W?at Point: j a a. it. dally, Etli /.
?1 . Mo/.. Wild, and FrL. OSS P. M. Eg Sur.
a. J?. BURGESS, D. P. A..
?7 K Mail .SL Pbnn* lla.1l.oo 271
jfctcamboarg.
UI.U DOMINION 1-LNfc.
Lv, Ktc&Biuiiu loot ui ahu di. daity.i ;va t*. m.
Laava Nawport l??wi.I.im a. al.
/.rrit.e .nm..".?.aluOA.Al,
cuLiivvii .aa iM,iti ttaa atautnera leavtag
{ioiioilt tof ivK dally, agcapi Sunday,
t;W i'. 41. cuuuiu. i. ai?o .. it) N. m
W. Ity. - 1*. 41. and ??. 4. u. ity. at t p. 4,.
Night llaa atvsniara stop a. t.aruu.uui ia
laad or receive p??stagera ou siguaL *ua
a'lll be mtt by publlO coo\cyaoca.
> ii;..lM.i .Si?luAUO> e?. (jcuaettva
Maren U).?J-u.c? mvei uy dayugbi tor
.Noi:o.u aod -HU fuiiit, Nawpurt .Niiwa xaU
all James stiver laadtagi. bi?am?r leavra
aloaaay, >s eai.tsJay and Friuay at 6.M x.
41. k'ralgbl received for al| Ju.a, MtVal
landinga. i'hone Madlaon 171.
41ulu Ticket Utflea. ISI K. Mala strait
TWO IDE IL CH BISES.
AROUND THE WORLD
October 19. 1S1-'. from New Vork:
Kebruary t;, i018. from San Francisco,
by the Steamship Cleveland (17,000
tons); 110 days' duration each cruise-;
co?t $630 up. Including all necessary
expenses aboard and ashore, railway,
hotel, shore excursions, carriages,
guides, fees, etc.
"ASK Mit. nOWMAX.'? Tourist Vsent,
TOs !:. Vlnln Street. Richmond, Vn.
Tours, lue. Hotels, Mi..re lOlcursluas, l.ou
eat lluie>.
T?i? ?crew 15 S. "UKKMUDIAN,"
t,in? d'splavrement, tllactrlo fans. orLllf^
tra; wireless.
liiMeKt. newesl and only Steamer lmd'ii
passengers at ttic dock In llrrmudn wltboi
I ra ii?ter.
Milling- risri Hie days In conneetlo
with 11. M. fti P. Co. Tickots Interchnngi
able.
For full Information, apply to d\ j
0UTERBKIIM1E i CO., Agents ()uebe<
h. to.. I.til.. ?.?P Broadway, Sfeer YorU
S. II. BOWMAN, ids Uati 4t*ju.

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