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RICHMOND, V A.. SUNDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1912.
PRICK FI VF. (T.NTSV
WINTER INDUSTRIAL EXHIBITIONS IN VIRGINIA
What Is the Beat t or the
Nation? 1 hat Is the
MOST VITAL NEED
LS MOKh tiliAo 1 iClTY
Government *r-apci Money'1 Fails
to Respond to r'cojwc ? ?Vanib.
Check;, on L>ai;r ?CpCMHtl
Now Pcrforro Hundreu and
Fifty uiii?oi uoiiars of
tiuixnesiii a ^ cat.
M v I UlliMi. LAI ".'H IN
Profraau ??' i viiurtl i rwauaii la Ike
I ?.?. ,-.i. mt ? kicaf?.
fatal . i ! tUMhirlitJ I U? Hi con-!
an >.. i, sni? titi bauking j
tvl - :?' lha. ii i-,a.t:.-t' public policy '
to ?. o * a .. ? - j ? 'o i>iues t'?i
?0 IStfJtltuUttl .oil.i.d Uj 1?. -Vulc capl-j
tai. MM . a. .i uns "'.it Tuoniyj
S*twajrS oe..!. i . a.AJ.- i SBjOaMl
O* * f IftDCtWs S i . wti3>?li .Stale, j
Thtits haa buc1: ? ? .????? ..linking!
on -his top.?.. v.i..s. ... ?. j.h..j. due I
to Its . ?VStc .!.i, ..*i:> ttSsasusAs j
cJc^rtiOjJ. p?.ne;ra... < ? .-. 4aaMj 6???^ I
Uy thiii ..iiiis are
loa .'. jU-'iis tor coli-. ... aid loan*I
tng wajrtta1 s,? lou? isdtaJ io
asv'.'i':ai ? I* pradm.ul? ? ?> rtndcr!
SJ. HI ... 'ikjJU j . > :|idualr>.j
Ali i>; mm action rc-iuii - . capital. ss i
wi ll th: bstssr; im . a.-ouuoer, the i
job'uer SSM IPS c.aj._. t: . SSSlflrj* j
Iii need bapltaj .-. ... tabar, lo|
hep in lbs tii*| tsrhawgi t'J good*.:
10 eXMM thst] If till BS\ mmmi t? PMStl
mai .rinn obligaten? s/IMls collections
axe '.oming In. . hereiote. all classes
In UM i::uusi;i?? *o:id ate as direct?
ly 'i< pi ndrnt upon batiks (or loan* ot
cap.tai as lb-, ?."ovitiig crops are 4c
pci. kii. pa ran. ?n>i a'-nsbinc. What
km i :< aw't'ng lyatssM ?c have
Is, men. of direct coats rn. not merexy
to bank*;.-, hat to all oorrowera, to
l.rocjun aas iaoo.tr?, and an evil
aVateoi which ciitailb injury always
nurti RMMt th-. man a! the bottom,
who IsjM the iiast mt an? and the
;eait ;>o?rr al rc?iit?ic. UanKs ano !
?spjlssMas intii ?liu uurrow arc con-]
ver-c terms. The borrowers could not)
esiit edthottl bar.h:. any more ihaaj
b?-... ojiu aaisl without '.-orrowtrs. (
Th- Is .. towethci.
Liuibuui (>?ia is Uank Ueaoslta
jVI th? race baa pruatrtucu in all
for.a:, of social activity, the cpera
Isaaa of banks ha-.< raapaadTsd la this
pro?res? it. the drat half or the
laet -eniury la ttus uoantry, ??
changes <?i go'jJ/ pcriuraasd
aether by primitiv. eerteri ?>; pass?
ing i'iw form of none: as a medium
of ? ?'hang* from the buyer to the
acli- kg wer. littlg IWaat, *ud :
am/ la the larger cities. The OSes <
mt cr.d:: were very little deTpsspssV |
Whai a contrast with the haalsjaai
IDe'hode of to-day:
One vast <?< hange.-,,f goods?valued
at i illlona <<t dsftai I?ar. parfoTassd
ma.ni> by i ll" k.- drawn d. it
accounts ;n inks. V> * hav, the gold
ata<daid. la which contracts and!
pr: M of goods are ?xpress-.d. and In*
wr our vartous mr-ila of ?achar.f
?gl directly o: Indirectly convtrtlbi..
but gald ii seldom us> d a* a asatV Isaj
of ? ^change iv< hare gold silver
cartiftcates, greenback, and national
park noiea. but the amount of the
transactions In goou-> ptrformttl by
them la lnalgniiicant as ? > ? th
tho.-? p. rfaraai J '.'j chaclU drawn on
A giance over the '"Ult ><i the
ltetn= for a.i nat 01 . ?
to the present day sho^ n ti.*; tlie In-'
creased bixm'fs of th' coejntry basj
been met. not bv a-.-? ?;gn"f.. ant in?
crease of the n^te itsu'i. but by an
aitraordinir;- Increase <?>* tsk drrpsatt-]
carrency?i ?? . checks drawn on bankj
deposits. TVbl'.e noi?? h?\c risen from;
about sag.psa to |70oo..,c.e.e, t, de
posita have risen from H*'-'."'>o.?'>A8 t"
94.IOv.0Vi) ??'.0. and the ng :res for
bar.V^ ?? ;tstd- the national system
atrengt-., n PrJg showing, for tiiey is?
sue no notes, providing only deposit
g|.Vt.iMMi,oOA.iioa raid With t kerka.
B'it thi* is n?t th<- n.il coaipariaou.
With th- not'E shouki Caaspai ed
pot actual deposits, but tin saissai of
Che-, k.s dlawi, on til< a. o.,'-a.. TaH
real ixtent of the u.-.- ?:?].'.?.;?
auriency as a m?diu.., tMaataP
gan .< approximate i\ s ba H
amount c; elaartasa.
drsciosi the fact that ti'MSasaeilBsas to
th< amouni sd SSrai I
are p< :rforrne.; iiinia, .. .. tii, i i. ..
Ktatci by Use SJapsalt laiiaaatj as ~
medium ??: sactM . it. i.'r.
modrrn i>u?:: . .- etlsad
ad exchanging t--.?d- oy nift laffsat.
tag their worth in dadfasra. aaiiaw?
In. on their in:'.. H us i Sgrisssd
arhii h accord:'..:, hi'^.c . ? ,,. ;. ?
accojot to in< trastkM at tn ??
and ? ?' ara4ci ? ,
used m r-t? i - ? i , ..,? i
ThU.-. g'-oo p! ? a , ...
djucer t ? '. ? ? . .
aseana of pa;. a> M
Obviously, then Mv -hat
hankt. perfo--! i r th
apart from loaning, u not ?
t?f Issuing not'.. Q iii- ra> . vvtrary.
the fnnrtion of
than the f'mcMonn ?.f . ount ii i
dpoait In fa*" Qm fa ' isaaa <
ta not asaaatlal to a modern bank inj
this country ecause. by aa* af thej
functions of discount and d?p? ?
aaa er sate an effect I vs and really
elastic medium of exchange |n its
deposit-currency. Tals evolution oat
of bualncaa rxp?rlen<-e, without any
help from legislation, has a?paar<d
mainly In <>reat Hrttam and the
V tilted flat'a (nn| be|na of import
a nee ?f the caaOaeat > Cm r variausi
Plate bank.ng institutions do all ?baft
;??.:?-.? - ?hh h M greater than that
af national bnnka-without laatilng
notes. Th- fa. t tnea la kaowa to all
that banking cjin. if net esaary. be
cari led on a,th?ut the isane of hank
rotes The auppoaltlon. therefore,
that the banking and monetary
lion Is primarily one af note
er of a sperlfled quantity af
mawi * in any farm, ta clearly
fCi aa~tn'ca a a ~r>s~ga J
"Vigorous Campaign in Caroline
County? War Being Waged
in Tidewater Section.
DR. MILLER'S METHODS
First Two Weeks' score in Unc
County?Infection Is Rather
Woodford. Va.. December T.?I baWff
Just i'oncl'jdsd a most Interesting and
Instructive conversation ? Ith Dr. Kr.ox
K Miller. district director of th* State
hookworir. campaign. Dr. Miller',
who*' work the past year h*t won
national prominence. if mcntloa in
publications of nation-wide urcula
tion ia any criterion, together wim
Dr W. fi. Hursey. Is now in Caroline
County extending the state e great
?ort? of exterminating tbc lookwornt.
lor a \ot.g ttm* Caroline pridfrd
trf".f upon being ore of t'.-.t l.ealti.l
eet counties in the etat?. An infe*:
tlcn et .5 to 10 p?r ctnt twhicb ?a
ga n*ar aa Dr. Miller :ould get to the
rtgiir'". owing to tie fact that he had
1 not yat tabulate results for tfi? sec?
ond ?<ek>, would Indicate that the
eouqty am a wlrolc U not *> badl: ln
> noculatcd with Book-aornia as acme
othe ? counties, notably porUpr.s ot
Patrick, wr.'.r? an infection of JIM
was not-d. Nearby counties of the
noe'ul'r baM other than Caroline
reem Dsa?a heavily infe.-ted thj.ii this
count} also. D.\ Miller estimates
that nvi.ly all t:i- low-lying? counties
to the eaat at.d south of Caroline ha-, e
SO per cent ?r luora *f trialr izii.at;
ta::tf fufi'e: tng .'rum this malady
Mj-h naa been wr.tten of late re
gariiiiiif t!.-- lif- ar.d habits of tne
hookworm. IT? iave b-en told that
thfs pnra?tt' oiiulr.s ir.aiUrlty onl? In
ir. :.u::ian ;>o i. . ti.-t ea?.:. female la}?
-?ail: from 1.20 ? I? ?*0'J ?-?^ss. making
t' ? dally production of each vicUn. ot
? he dl?e?-fe one ii.llllvn or r>ore: tha.
the eggs hs.t--h moot ETMtjr in the aoil:
that th<- eaauing tiny larva, so ?mall
the}' <-:.nn->t >? as an with the naked
eyi. ?Mar th?- l*>d>' rr.'>?tly through
the skm on bare feet, but may. on oc?
casion enter through contaminated
f o*-d or air. that once thfotfgfb the
? k'u ihe;- niter the bljo.l an-, r-aaa
th'n-->- to th" small Intestines again,
wlier.- the} lumpkic the life oclf
and r produce.
Wr *hsTc 'of en toM. loo. by person'
?^t .kj?- -. '?d I g'> ir.at r.ookworr.
? ;ii M subject ' to discuss.
I ? - :i --n't Tel Baa fa-t remains.
rc|?r<lcsa of all the antiquated fa?ae
?node?ty whl' h .oubtlee* did much to
\;-. >1 tli- ?pt.en vt tic parasite, that
the gang) -> ? <- i:;rie?s a real
m? naee to the West interests?health,
economic. ? ??? at.on.-0 and mi.ral?ot
the CeeuaonwcaUh, ard ih<- cotnrl-t*
^xte:mlnatit 11 it an scononiic nec?
N.> . -ioubl tin* irlio has to;
? M:'.':? tirvugli a ?liseunsion
of Ma a?l ih<- work of otiier
? : Miat's ? ..^^a-o \u this field ?I
? r.d< av?i.
Kamm (or Old aad loaag.
1 ;sh M te-. nl tht dls.-ov.-ry ?t
; .-wkv. o-m 1? ?hioiirfea ia mj story.
...i; tii.tr m?-;l..:... tavlaicd tlie
11 . ?. iMMilM thf ti.m Wo m
? - ha .1 to ?;? i 1 .?! unco ;he tnf'C
atam mal IM MM1*? Ha ^urku:t became
wwrkt- . . It >... >c?n fvjAd in
j. .? . tcQ ai?. MM7. The
1 . . Mil Ca I? Africa :? eoor
1 . .-j Uico uas about tv pt-r
??MiSCtagi vtetln-.s oi
ItMhworw; n ojr own couatrjr there
?NM .??<s. a-cord.nu
... ; !-?.-. ??? ? > It Health
?! . m N ? luitfc*. mh.eh was
mm s t;.e nm of roe^ieal o?dt? to
? :,ii ?MM M lam jlaraitn? nature
vf ti dlt? Sfc- ? All r?c*?. ?41 rlM*
sit ag>* are aafcject to lt. TM y?M?
? -? It Miiler has fo'.ad wtl
nine ..^nthr ?44. MM eWe?? nloetj
threo yoar?. vac. lafectew iiw?
trcatoKut H take* m*4 tfe? c?u?? ?t
Infection remo ?-<l. tht 'ictlm M n?v
?t again fret, from the pa ??lte
And while it U true as aome of
onr frl-t?4? who like to MgMj the un?
pleasant tMngr of llf? u? t?he car*
of ihenjselve? . ?<lare. that if a man
ronld live ninety.three year* in a dla
trlrt so Veav.H- tnfrcted that he muat
hare ?ontrarted the malad> ??on *f?,
t?- M 1 th. disease Is not estrenvly
fatal. gMM the effects Of It uooa the
vlrtim I? au^h that ninety-three yea's
of life ita victim Is not enticing to
one of normal mind snd residencies.
MaM ffsrk of the Warai
T^ hlg 'lsi-n to ign' in? ttH I >?*
worm is that Ita pre??Mee la the body
means that mack of the food eaten by
the indlrldaml doe*, no good. Abnormal
qnantlttoa of faad) are roajasrad far
>os?*nanee. gMaMMa la farcM. thla
(C-tU?iM :c *9BKi Pafft..
VIEWS AND NEAR VIEWS;
HINTS AND SUGGESTIONS
BY FRANK S. WOODSON.
This column is open to contributors who have something to
say of a suggestive nature, and who are willing to make hints and
suggestions looking tc the better development of the good old States
of Virginia, West Virginia and North Carolina, and who can hold
their suggestions down in any one issue to irons 150 to 200 words.
Such communications, addressed to the Industrial Editor, will re?
ceive prompt attention.
m> !>?? that ? good deal of so-called
bright fliic.? iir?-*l tobacco Is being sold
no* a! Panvilie for a good de J leas
th-in .'? <? nts a pound While almost
any common dark Iuk arifl bring a?
much Some year? ago farmers were
Induced to ratae Hurley tobacco, and
dark end bright tobacco. L aa you wh?c ,? ,onlr Mctlons of
(irr-< nrrd Park bilmrm. t(t*s.
A prominent legi tobacco ouyrr. slo
; I* a very large dealer, writes the in
' dustr'.al ? dito: as followa.
I "I hare read wlih Interest what you
In the In.luitrlal SecUon about
may kn >*??. deal largely in both kinds.
Bast 1 ?111 .?ay that r should like tu
know your authority for the statement
that the foitign governments ha* e
made a combination In order to buy
the dark tobacco cheap This is one
I of the old myths ?hbri have been
! preached for many years, and I can
I franklv state ?hat there te no eort ot
; combination or understanding between
any of the agents who are baying to?
bacco for foreign governments .regard?
ing the prices or dividing the mn-lc'i
?t?rr each oi,e >bould buy There
has never been any such understanding
as long aa I have been m the business,
which Is bow thirty years, with the ex?
ception that in the western counties
of Kentucky and Tennessee at
some sections of Virginia a
fairly Rood success with Burle>- has
been made, yoa will find that last
year practically none was raised !n
Virginia, and that thi; year there will
be none. 1 think It Is a risky thing
to give the farmers advice of what
they ehould raise when it seems appar?
ent that more than per cent of, the
farmers would would take this advic
would make failures
?Hl Befereaee to the Above.
Tmt above was brought forth by a
response made ta this column Novem?
ber :?. to a communication from Sam*
uei Hurt, of Nottoway County Mr.
Hurt explained how the rarmtrs In bis
on?. section of Southslde Virginia ?erc los
Ume there was an understanding be?
tween the trust and several of the
Regie buyera which led to the forma?
tion of tbe rartners- Association ot w** informed that the
Kentucky, and thorr has never been 'or fire-.-ured
such a thlBg in Virginia
"Aa regarda your a.;vice to the farm?
ers to ratae bright tobacco, this may
he very good where they are suge that
they ran raise this tobacco to per
f act loa. aa prices for bright t< bac ?
undbubtedly are higher than they have
bean as long as I can remember. Oa
the other hand the farmer who r. ?a
land which la adapted la the raising
of ?tin-cured o* dark-fired tobacaa,
a hi. never the case may bo. generalis
finds ant Is hla aorrow aftsr he has
raised a crop of some other kind that
the soil does not an It for hla grade,
and he haa produced s nondescript
BBdtSleahle article. wtlter nobody
want*, or oti'v want* ? a? a '-err low
?rtos Tea baat p. 00, of wrtai y?a
Ing money or fire-cured dstk tobacco.
It selling much lower than floe-cur?
ed and aaked what should be done. He
low prices paid
dark leaf ?as due to
the taste of the eon
?timers had changed, and that they Bow
prefer the flue-cared tobacco, and In
addition the only buyers of the fire
cured gooda the l>gie buyers, had
formed a combine to a" the same at
aa small a Maure aa possible This
Last proposition the prominent tobac
coniat. who Is a !?re< buyor of the
t>gle goods. qoc-tlon? It has been
I common gossip for s: least three years
! that there a a* a cohblne or a?.m< kind
' of an understanding among the b-tyera
, of the dark tire-cured aluif ?irant that
the common gossip t* all a mistake, and
thai so combination haa eststed or
aow '. >?? the fart still rrsaalra- that
the rre-cow-d gr-vte a-e selling mueh
??.oaUoiaf/l oa Thud l ag- i
WASTE IN KITCHEN
Four and Half Million Dollars
Thrown Away Every
Day in Year.
Here ar.' some aliased facts and fig
urea, taker, from Popular Mechanics,
which are w. II worth the careful study
of every bouse keeper and every head
of a household in the land. If the fig?
ures given below are strictly reliable
wastcf Jim** may well be railed our
national Mr.. Popular Mechanics says:
We are continuajly remiiid>d of the
r.i'ed of conservation of our national
resource*?forests, mines, water pow?
ers and the like?and action in this di?
rection la highly desirable if not even
now absolut? 1> necessary i?tvon suf?
ficient time, the fomota may b? in?
creased the water powers < \ ten.led
from a few months to the entl-e y??r
? "?t dvice; aolla revived But Ifeori s
a vrt jiore important wae-le that ia
nation-wide, and is found where there
are neither forest*, nor mines nor
water powere. It estate Id even state
and ta growin? all the time, not only
by reaaoo of larger population but at
an Increaalng percentage as waU.
This ta the waste In the bom*
' Aa a nation ** have prartl<--d ?i(*s
vagance from cMldhood. reallr a na?
tural and loflcel sequence In * land
of apparently Ine* hauet I hie resources
where valuable hardwood tree* were
warned to dear the land f * cultivation
which tarn? land later produced so
bountifully that <-o-n was often used aa
fuel bernue* It wae too cheap to a*IL
Thoee days have paaeod it Is true?
never to retarn again In the 1'r.lted
States Hut th? condition n?m.H was
only one of many. Inrldent to the
growth ?f this country, and however
Justifiable auch ?aste* may have been
In their day and while not practice*
at li e nr. tt ' time, they nevertheless
contributed to th- srrowth of a spirit
of rerkl's^ ?aateftilnagai which ha* now
pervadwi all clsaasa.
Keen the moat thrifty Immlcranta
horn and raised to eterc'aa the sno?t
t' ?i"?* f^f*TiOTf\y, mao*m>r\ lop** wt\gHB w>C .
If after ? few years In hene-riois, m Mrs
I ntiaued on Tgdrd 1'ip ?
Cattle exhlMta ewery flay at skipping
points I* *omthweet.
UNCLE SAM'S IDEA
Bureau of Animal Industry
Sends Expert to Virginia
to Teach Farmers.
WAY TO HANDLE PRODUCTS
Aa>ociationa Ma) Be Formed
Organizer on Hand.
At least X) per cent of the farmers
keep poultry on thav.r f irms, and ? "loat
of them admit that III all flock* yield
them a reasonable profit, a ad yet any
intelligent observer has but to spend
a short time in the aaaOtMl of our
cittea to learn that Ilse Besse methods
ot preparing- and marketing poultry
?gal egga r>r." inl the farm-r from re-j
celving much greater returns tran he
is now getting'. Tbla Is one of the;
peculiar things that is difficult to un-i
Verstand, namely, that tne majority]
of manufacturers or producers aim to,
produce aa good a product and to put
it on the market in as attractive!
a form as they can. Why is It. tncn. |
that the farmer who i.? a producer, a
manufacturer, disregards uniformlty
and all the other e?s? ntlal pol'its that
; go to mike up an attractive article?
1 We knou it to be a fact, admitted:
I by all. thit high g"ade goods practical
! ly sell thems'iv.s. -?nd if we are to
gel the noultr\ t.iistness on the higher1
plane th.it t should be. w-e must sive'
due consecration to the question ot
marketing. VVe must not only turn]
out a supe rior grade of gooda. hut it
must be- marketed in a more careful
Wkere ts> Sell,
Our poultry p-nducta are concen?
trated and valuable, and not extremely
perish*M< At tome aeaaot-s of the
year a case of egga la almost ?>? agfla
liable as some other product that 'e
q,Kc? a two-horse team a reo wagon
to transport to market, whereas a case
?>f r(7n can be <-*,r-|e?i to town In
the t-?d of your buesv and no incon?
venience |s experienced And y t, not
? ttr-rtandlng the convenience that the
marketing mt poultry products affo da.
man* of us do not take advantage ot
this important factor, but allow eur
eggs to accumulate subject them to
eondltlons that are contrary to the
laws of nature with reepect to their
keeping qualttiea. and take then to
f?wn whenever it aulta our conveni?
ence without any regard to t&alr con?
dition when they are aold Tsk'-ig
? ??? things Into consideration, and
with oar preaent improve*, mears ef
tranepewtstles. It Is not lenpooaibi? ggf
the potiltrytnen to place their ?".eis
In the heat markets of the fun. I
States ?"h 'Ut g ?atly Increased e?
penae Most of our railroad* now have
airect re'rla-. rMo: linen t?. onr L.rger
cities, thereby Insuring the pr.?e-?a
tion of the p od act. If. in the tlrat
place, the product was In a good con
a.tlo. when It left its point of ?e
pa't ire lf> wevee. no matte- how
good the mean* of traaaiportat'on are.
If a ras? of had eggs is shlppev., all
the refrigerator ear* eei "arts will n?t
Improve the .-ondltlon of that o*-i?ew
1. ??e arid en-* ?> '*-?? r nurM
(' iltU'S'l fbt-1 ~Ta4p??
REAL ESTATE AND
Over Town, Especially
in Business heci ? is.
BIG TRANS AC LH NS
ON EAST MAIN ST.
Permanent Investors ?^bbhnf
Up Good Renting Properties.
Much Money Changing t'ands
for Richmond Dirt?boule?
vard Lot Sales?Activity
Tne pa;.' we. r. u ,y gen?
oral activity In the real estate loarkaVL
and all ot the agents, >i n< arty all at
them. ar. r-.joiciog ovtr good work
done and squall] as good and evata
better t.iing: that are in the very at*
and yet to bare tht nnishtug touches
:>ut upon them.
The activity was general n far as
location ot the properties being; bought
and sold and the character ->l saM
propertle.a go. I'erhape there haa
Qevcr been a time within the past
when business property was in
such active demand or when ?s much
of it was changing hands. A large
amount of very valuable property wa*
sold cn Main Broad and other streets,
but it is impossible to give parUcn
iar?. aa the rule with jom. purchasers
of easiness sites and houses is to file
a request with the agent though
whom the deal was made to keep hla
mouth shut when the man of newa
applies for information as to details,
such as the name of tht buyer, the
price paid and the purpose of pur?
There was all during t;-.- week also
considerable activity In . ucutlal
property, both within t?t city limits
and In the suburb?. Usually a rainy
week Is characterized b> uiu ?? or lesa
dullness in this line, but It as not
to last week.
Tbiaaa Doing oa the Boulevard.
The rains did not int. .-. in tne
least with the big auction s ? -?f lota
on the charming Boulevard a ;?.. th waa
pulled off last Friday by G ouoney at
Nu-Kols The books ?hc* that $87,00?
worth of the lots adverti.-eJ . ?.; aslvely
in The Ttaaaa-Dttpatch ware *old at
auction, and several more wire sold
pr vately. the total sales gotrkg to near
$100,000. Quite a number 01 ??? buyers
announce that they propose to '. uild an
the purchse'd leu ar tofn ?< < i.ie con?
tractors can be conferred <vnh to that
Among th- Uapp! buyers . f Boul?
evard lots at the auction >?..? were Dr.
Herbert Minn. Charles I !?? . . John
Gsrrclt, t W. Lipscamb. t . u I allmaa.
W. C Chcnault. IS. C. \ on \ et r. H. V.
I Cole. C. L, McDanlel. C M < ? ?il.riaT. W.
T. Snelling*. C. R Nuckois, K H. Oih
bony and otners. All ol tbvSe men?
tioned are ttoing to build boraBB OB
their grounds. It ;s understood that
on the lot at lh< c >rm ?>( the Bout
.-..ir.J .ino Kenalngton A.. n-.Jc a Largo
apartment hnu-f i.- to be rected
Glbboney A Nuckois also sold tho lot at
the northwest corner of th< H'jlevard
and Car> Stn . t for thi Virginia-South
I western Security Company, and tt at
understood thai thi* U sx lot measur
mg 13.'i by 1?'? feet, w.ll be built upon
i at once by the purchaser. Glb?onay ss
Nuckois report other sales In other
parts of the city, making their total
for the week. Including tne big and
tnost successful auction s.ai run up
Railnei' Progeny Boos-rth.
Th. a^-t.vitj in prop t in the heart
of the bu-ln BS -.. tP?:. cent.ad aa
Man Street r M \> ..rtham at Co.
aold for th.- Charles E. tv iltlock eatata
th- property .it th. corner ol Twelfth
and Mam Street- kaown 4* tha oak
I Dispatch oStce, f-c ISS.pao Coleraaa
I tVortham was the purcnaaer. Mr.
IWortham bought purely .i permanent
Investment. The next building to tk?
corn.-r. Ill* Main Street, was bought
by iL S. Walleratain for $43 00?. Mr.
W allerstein also uoug!a through Ma
Curdy dt Johnson the n< xt hm Id tne $*
th< west. 11M Main, fo l?P.asS. aad
th. r--xt one. 11 :.'. wa? sold to R. la
Gyrdon by tne of nn. \v .\shby Joaoa.
I In addition to the sal< in- ntloaed)
McCurdy a Johnson sold to H.
- YValle.-stetn j South Twelfth Street
for $11.900. Ti>'? l -o - >1 i soroa
I Church Hill property and lote In tha
! West End, sll of which add. d to taw
Mam -nd Tweir-h Streets sate*, ran
I their total for the week up to ?S#,aaa.
I Oaiaaa a Nash tell m< of tne sals as*
centrally located baslness pi op* rtp tar
$?0 000 spot cash, but said they had
solemnly promised not to .mulge tfea
name of the purchaser to l le BBasa?
paper man for the present Thia Sraa
also sold farm prop rtv t;i King s?U
Iiam ("ounlv li ?:? imoml of I id, BBS,
and. as ts usual wtth them they aBaVBa
! salea In W-sthampton aad oa
Nif-oemoa iMSer I arae flea*-.
Har s ??? - !c. ? ? opart*
I ? proaw
ertv in another sectioi in-i aSsSSS
which they will ? Pi that
they realized ai>ou' $..:.fo It.
j. p. Caracal a son sold at
set Thorsdav fortj -n feet aast B>
?1 thi improve
?n-n's >'?. . ?! it th- n-'rth?
of Second md Broad .-treeti
Scr, f-r $??.;??" Th?y a
several other dee- la bualnesa djfft,
t their ttaJ aalaa sway ap
? - -Tilre a
ongite aa regards partiaailara
li ? ldon Ta?l?r a t'ompaay aaan\A
nconl an Klahth -treet Bsfl
Ike $lie** They ala*
?old araety-Sas feet of grwaad ea
.-. is- purcaaae- ring a
r>o??. vg house buitdor.
tn eyeret on the lots
? ? tar sale aa laasj stsaa
- m - itch.ioid aasd tha?
va.-a.nt avsnad on Broad at root raas
ui of Mha Statt?? far MUsW, dJH
a Fifth ?croat stare, hotwoaa (Say
? ad rtroad for ?i ?.?#?. aad BBBskBl ?**,
Plfth atroat for $1T.f
M'-edlth * f'-tas' r.po ?.a