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THE RICIIMOXD IWIAADIU3I AND SUN-TELEGRAM, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1909.
PAGE SEVEN HE RETIRED EARLY City Attorney Study Sought His Bed Soon After Polls Closed. T --Branch Offices Branch offices are located in every part of the city and county towns. Leave your want ad with the one nearest you. Rates are the same. RATE! 1 cent per word. 7 days for the price of 5 days. We charge advertisements sent in by phone and collected for after its insertion. MAKES BRIEF STATEMENT ...PALLADIUM... Waet Ad o Co! u m ns For Yonar Coo vera leoce LIST OF Branch offices are located In every part of the city. Leave your WANT ADS with the one nearest yo- The rates are the same and you will save a trip to the main office. South of Main. BRUENINO & EICKH0RX, 13th and S. E street. A. W. BLICKWEDEL, 8th and S. F. HENRY ROTHERT, 5th and S. H. North of Main. QUIGLEY DRUG STORE. 821 N. E St. , CHILES & SON. 18th and N. C St. WM. HIEGER. 14th and N. G St JOHN J. GETZ, 10th and N. H St RATES I cent per word 7 days for the pilce of 0 days. We charge adver tisements sent in by phone and collect after its insertion. WANTED. WANTED Place to work for board and room by young lady attending business college. Phone 4133. '5--t I want to buy good second-hand clothing, guns and revolvers. J. M. Lacey, Pawnbroker, Cor. N. 8th & Main. 1-lmo WANTED Two white girls, dishwash er and dining room girl at 28 S. 8th street. 3-lt HAVE OPENED Cigar Store and Fac tory at 4th and Main with full line of cigars, tobacco and smokers' ar ticles. William Drifmeyer. 3-7t WANTEDA place suitable for stor ing household goods. Call phonj. 778. l-3t WANTED Y. M. C. A. Night School for men. Practical classes now en rolling. 28-tf WANTED If you want money in place of your city property or farm, go right to Porterfleld'a Real Es- t office. Kelley Block. 8th and Main. 14-tt Market NEW YORK STOCK QUOTATIONS (Furnished by Eugene Purtelle & Co., Illttle Block. Phone 2330. George A. ' .-: Schwenke, Manager.) I New York, Nov. 3. Open High Low Close , Great Northern 145 145 144 145 Copper.. 86 S9 86 89 American Smelting 98 99 97 99 Northern Pacific 148 148 147 148 U.' S. Steel 90 91 90 91 U. S. Steel pfd - 128 128 127 128 Pennsylvania 147 147 146 147 St Paul 158 158 157 157 B&O. "6 H7 H6 117 New York Centrnl 136 136 135 135 Reading 162 163 162 163 Canadian Pacific 184 184 184 184 Atchison 124 124 123 124 Southern Pacific 129 129 128 129 Union Pacific 202 202 200 201 CHICAGO. CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS (Furnished by Eugene Purtelle AV Co., Hlttle block. Geo. A. Schwenke. Manager.) Chicago. Nov. ' 3. Wheat Open High Low Close Itec. ... 104 104 101 101 May ... 103 103 102 102 July ... 96 96 95 95 High Low Close Dec. ... 58 59 58 5S May ... 60 61 60 60 July ... 60 60 60 60 High Low Close Dec. ... 39 39 39 39 May ... 42 42 41 41 July ... 39 39 39 39 INDIANAPOLIS MARKET. REPRESENTATIVE SALES. Hogs 42 30 .. $3 41 73 .. 5 20 104 .. 7. 34 134 .. 7, 21 134 . . 7. 51 159 .. 7. 100 163 120 7. 94 171 SO 7. 96 166 7. 66 1S7 40 7. 74 192 40 7. 48 202 40 7. 23 219 40 7. 76 1S6 .. 7. 5S 221 160 7. 40 224 80 7. CS 227 40 S. 31 238 .. 8. 25 50 00; 25 40 93 60 j 62 i 65 70 75 75 75 SO 85 95 00 00 INDIANAPOLIS LIVESTOCK Hogs Best heavies $7.75$S.10 Good to choice light ..... 7.55 7.70 Best pigs 6.75 7.23 Best Steers Good to choice Steers .... 6.35 7.50 Choice to fancy yearlings 4.75 5.50 Stock Cattle Good to hvy feeding steers 4.50 4.75 Fair to good feeders 4.25 4.50 Inferior to choice stockers 3.75 4.35 Common to fair heifers.. 2.75 2.50 Butcher Cattle Good to choice heifers .... 4.35 5.25 AGENCIES. Central. QU1GLEY DRUG STORE, 4th and Main. West Richmond. JOHN FOSLER. Richmond Ave. and West 1st. GEO. H. SHOFER. 3rd and W. Main. Fairvfew. J. J. MULLIGAN. 1093 Sheridan St WANTED A boy. Thistlethwaite's Drug Store, 415 N. 8th. 3-lt WA NTED B y a local firm, intelligent salesman: good permanent position for righ man. Address H. F., care Palladium. 2-2t WANTED Men to learn Barber trade. Few weeks completes. Prac tical experience from start. Care ful Instructors; tools given; diplo mas grapted; wages Saturdays; po sitions waiting. Wonderful demand for graduates. Catalogue mailed free. Moler Barber College, Cincin nati, '0. 19-tf FOR SALE. FOR SALE City property and farms, merchandise stocks and fire Insur ance. Porterfield. Kelly Block. th and Main. 6-tf FOR SALE Rosecomb Brown Leg horn cockerels. 720 N. Sth. 1-tf FOR SALE Poland China male pigs, growthy kind. EJvia Sarver, R. R. lo, Cambridge City. 3-2t Report Choice to fancy cows . . . 3.50 4.75 Veal Calves. Good to choice veal 4.50 7.75 Fair to heavy calves 3.00 G.75 Sheep and Lambs Best yearlings 4.25 5.00 Good to choice sheep . 4.00 4.25 Good to choice lambs .. 6.00 6.75 RICHMOND MARKETS. RICHMOND HAY MARKET. (Omar G. Whelan) New timothy hay (loose) $14.00 Timothy hay $12.00 Mixed hay $13.00 New oats 3035c New wheat per bu $l.Co Corn 65c New corn 43c RICHMOND GRAIN MARKET., (Richmond Roller Mills) New Wheat, per bu '...$1.15 Corn, per bu 60c Rye, per bu 70c Bran, per ton, $23.00 Middlings, per ton Clover Seed, per bu ...$27.00; . . . .$0.73 RICHMOND SEED MARKET. (Runge & Co.) Timotny $1.90 $2.00 Clover seed 6.50 6.75 CATTLE. (Paid by Richmond Abattoir.) Best hogs, average 200 to 250 pounds $7.00g$7.25 Good to heavy packers . . . 6.75 7.25 Common and rough 6.25Q 6.75! Steers, corn fed 4.75 5.25 ' Heifers 3.50 4.50 Fat cows 3.50 4.00 Bulls 3.25 3.75 Calves 6.00 7.00 Lambs 5.50 POULTRY. (Paid by the Bee Hive Grocery) Young chickens, dressed, per lb...lSc Old chickens, per lb 18c Turkeys lS20c Ducks lSg20c COUNTRY PRODUCE. Creamery butter, per lb . . .30c Country butter, per lb 1820c Eggs 25c TOLEDO GRAIN. Toledo, Nov. 3. Wheat Corn. Dec, , .$1.18 b3c FOR SALE Ladies plush jacket of two season's wear. Getting too tight fitting. At 11G S. 12th St. 3-2t FOR SALE McDougall Kitchen Cabi net, almost new. 2010 South A St. frit FOR SALE Work benches, trucks and other equipment. Rowlett Desk Mfg. Co., office room 1, Knollenberg Annex, South 8th street. 3-7t FOR SALE Two houses, rents for $25.00 month, also modern residence. 332 Randolph. 3-lt FOR SALE A cornet and a folding pocket camera. Both are bargains. 1413 N. B St. 3-lt FOR SALE OR RENT Hawkins homestead, with five acres, large barn. Telephone 4257. 2-6t FORSALE Sllrrey. TelTYlif. 2:3t FOR SALE Westcott open top bug gy, good as new. Coaster Brake wheel. R. R. No. 27, Box 49, Foun tain City. 2-7t FOR SALE Fox visible type writers, cash or payments. Typewriter re- pairing. R. L. More, 23 N. 9th ! 1-lmo FOR SALE Scotch Collie pups. Will H. Scott, Milton, Ind., R. R. 15. l-7t FOR SALE Household goods, 527 N. 19th. 29-7t FOR SALE l'Va-acre farm 3 milea south of Fountain city on Richmond pike, at a bargain. Henry Pitts, Fountain City, Ind. 27-7t Attractive Homes On West Main St. of 7 rooms each and bath. All modern conveniences. These homes are entirely hew. Can be bought on Easy Terms It will cost you nothing to look as they are always open for inspection. 315 W. MAIN ST. OR PHONE 3234. WEST RICHMOND. mon-wed-frl-sun Oats 42c Rye '. 77c CINCINNATI LIVESTOCK. Cincinnati, Nov. 3. Hogs Receipts 2,000; light weights Cattle Receipts, 700; strong grades ! scarce. Sheep Receipts, 600; best $4. Calves, extras, $8.25. Lambs, $G.25. EAST BUFFALO LIVESTOCK. East Buffalo, Nov. 3. Cattle Receipts, none; primes. $7. $8.10. Sheep Receipts, 3,300; best, $5.25 Veals Receipts, 100; choice, ?S.50. Lambs, $6.SO. - CINCINNATI GRAIN. Cincinnati, Nov. 3. Wheat $1.20 Corn 64c Oats 41 c Rye 78c INDIANAPOLIS GRAIN. Indianapolis, Nov. 3. Wheat $1.15! PITTSBURG LIVESTOCK. Pittsburg, Nov. 3. Cattle Receipts, light; primes, $0.75. Hogs Receipts, 16 loads; primes, $8.10 Sheep Receipts, 2 loads; yearlings $4.65. Calves Receipts, light; choice, $8.50. Lambs, $7. Household Hints. A bare broom splinters matting bad ly. If you have no long bandied, soft brush make a gray canton flannel cov ering for top of broom. All the cooking utensils should be washed with soda immediately after they have been used, which will re move every trace of grease. When running dates, figs or raisins through the food chopper, add a few drops of lemon juice. It will do much toward preventing the fruit from clog ging the chopper. If you cannot use a scrub brush to get Into all parts of the refrigerator when cleaning it, try using a small, stiff paint brush for the purpose. It Teaches the corners. The Art of War. Although work has not yet been be gun on two 26,000 ton battleships for the American navy, experts of the navy department already are figuring on 30.000 ton vessels. The Austrian army is trying out a range finding rifle bullet which is hol low and carries a substance which gives off a puff of smoke when the bullet strikes anything hard. For overhead firing against airships a German Inventor has brought out a shell with a range of 20.000 feet- giv ing off a light by night and a smoke by day, so that its course may be traced. I WANT AD Tne following are replies to Palla dium Want Ado. received at this of fice. Advertisers will confer a great favor by calling for mail in answer to their ads. Mall at this office up to 12 soon today as follows: Employment ..1 Home 5 Information ..1 Miss M. D. ... 3 Newton 1 D 1 3 2 H. F. 2 X 1 Mall will be kept for 30 days only. All mall not called for within that time will be cast out FOR SALE OR TRADE An Ideal su burban home suitable for retiring farmer or business man. Phone 3136. 27-tf Water heaters for the bath and also house heating. Meerhoff, the Plum- ber. 23-tf FOR SALE Modern 7 room house; call at 510 S. 10th. 25-tf FOR SALE Grocery store doing a good business. Good opportunity for a man with limited capital. Address "Grocery," care Palladium. 26-! FOR SALE One-third horse power electric motor, direct current. Phone 3133. 31-tf FOR SALE Our home, 102 N. J 4th. Clark Ketch. 10-tf FOR SALE Dressed curb stone suit able for building. Telephone 1247 or 2360. 29-tf FOR SALE Walk Lumber. C. W Kramer & Co. 29-tf FOR SALE Johnny get your, gun at Wakings. He rents them 406 Main. 27-tf MISCELLANEOUS. Have your house ! cleaned by Vacuum process. Rich. House Cleaning Co., Phone 1916 or Barters Book Store. nov4-20t UNITEDSTATES MONEY There Are Ten Kinas on Uncle Sam's Official List. ALL ARE NOT LEGAL TENDER. Some of the Most Imposing of the Pa per Currency May Be Lawfully Re fused When Offered In Payment of an Obligation of Any Kind. Officially there are just ten kinds of money in circulation in the United States. Could you name them all off hand? Do you know which of those besides gold coin are legal tender and in what amount? It may be that "all money looks alike to you," but there's a difference, and below is the list: Gold coins, standard silver dollars, subsidiary silver, gold certificates, sil ver certificates, treasury notes (1800). United States notes (greenbacks), na tional bank notes, nickel coins and bronze coins. Looking upon this formidable classi fication of United States money as made by the treasury department, it becomes more formidable when it is considered from the highly technical point of view as a legal tender. Some of the most imposing of the paper cur rency is not a legal tender at all, while, as to the minor coins, they are legal tender in such small amounts as to startle the average layman. It may be well to recall to this layman that the term "legal tender" owes its signifi cance to the fact that in payment of debt or obligation of any kind it can be forced upon tbe creditor "in full of all demands." Gold certificates, silver certificates and national bank notes, of which such enormous numbers circulate everywhere, are not legal tender. If you have plenty of money and if you have forced Jones to sue you in order to get judgment. Jones can turn down every one of these bills tendered in payment and force you to dig up some thing better. Should Jones do such a thing you migbt conceive the idea of fixing him by unloading a whole lot of silver coins upon bim. But you want to know wbat you're doing there, too. for he'll take only $10 worth of halves, quarters and dimes, while of nickels and cop per cents only 25 cents value is legal tender. But as to the standard silver dollar, there's no limit upon your shoveling them out to Jones. This old "dollar of our dads" still is the real thing in all business transactions unless some clause in a contract has provided oth erwise. Jones may refuse the silver certificate, but when you dig up the metal dollar they go unquestioned at their face value. And 1,000 of them weigh 58.92 pounds. Treasury notes of the act of 1S90 are legal tender to their face value in pay ment of all debts, public and private, unless expressly stipulated in the con tract. Strictly speaking, the United States notes or greenbacks are legal tender, with the exception of duties on im ports and interest on tbe public debt, Practically, however, since the resump tion of specie payment In 1S7U, green backs have been received freely and without question by tbe government, though the law respecting them hasn't been changed. While the gold and silver certificates are not legal tender .as between tadl- iLEira HIT Attention, Farmers I Live Stock bought, sold and ex changed at Glen Miller Stock Yards. Wo want to buy your fat cattle, fresh cows or springers, hogs, sheep and calves, and to sell your stock for feed ing and breeding purposes. Have some choice young bulls, fresh cows and springers on hand now; some of these are Jerseys. TERMS CASH OR NEGOTIABLE PAPER. Call any time or phone 3744. Shurley & Gaar FOR RENT. FOR RENT-Five room house. 127 S. !th. 22 S. 7th. 3-lt FOR RENT Six-room house, bath. electric light, Slo N. D. Phone l.V3. o-ol FOR RENT Modern nine room house, 301 College avenue. Phone 3413. 3-lt FOR REXT Seven room house, 424 S. 13th St. Inquire 211 N. Htb St 2-2t FOR RENT Furnished rooms , heat and light. Bath. 90t N. D. l-7t FOR RENT Furnished rooms for light housekeeping. 1525 N. A St l-3t FOR RENT Business room, 404 Main street; two flats, bath, electric light. Address C. V. Young, 436 S. 13th St. 30-7t FOR RENT Furnished room, electric light, heat and bath. 64 S. 12th. 22-14! FOR RENT Furnished rooms, heat with bath for gents, at the Grand. feb22-tf FOUND. FOUND Fountain pen in election booth, 3rd ward, 15th precinct; own er can have same by calling Pat McKinley, Inspector. 3-2t Tfiluals". Both Issues are reeelvableYor all government dues of whatever kind, in this respect legally more acceptable than is the greenback. National bank notes, while not legal tender and not receivable for duties on imports, still may be paid by tbe gov ernment for salaries and all debts of the government except interest dues and in redemption of national currency. By especial enactment no foreign coin of any kind or denomination shall be a legal tender in tbe United States, so that if some time the street car con ductor doe balk at the chance Cana dian dime fished from your pocket keep cool and dig for something that is United States. It's your move. Chi cago Tribune. Fun For the Boy. "So you tried to convince your son that he was not too old to be subjected to corporal discipline?" "That's what I did." answered Farm er Corntossel. "I gave him a good old fashioned dressin down in the woodshed jes the same as if be had been ten years younger." "Wbat did be dor' "He jes' laughed an' said it remind ed him of tbe good times be bad when be was bein' initiated in his college fraternity." Washington Star. Where Courtesy Prevails. "The South Americans are very po lite." said tbe man who travels. "Naturally," answered Miss Cay enne. "In some of those republics it is not safe to slight tbe humblest citi zen. There is no telling what moment he may become president." Washing ton Star. Marriage. "Marriage may be compared to a tram car," said a confirmed bachelor. "Why?" asked bis fair partner. "Because some people are just as anxious to get out of it as others are to enter!" London Telegraph. Foresight. Little Willie Say. pa. what la fore sight? Pa Foresight my son, is the faculty of being around when there is a melon to be cut. Chicago News. Circumstances are not In our power; virtues are. Farrar. A STUBBORN BEGGAR About the most stubborn individual with whom the police have had to con tend for some time was the man ar rested by Patrolman Vogelsong on Main street this afternoon for begging. He refused to tell his name for some time, but at last said "You can call me J. C. Jackwich this time I guess." "Jackwich" had been told repeatedly to move on and desist from the practice of begging, but he refused to budge. He almost had to be carried to jail and didn't like it a bit that he was locked up, declaring it to be an "indignity and an imposition on a gentleman." IS 81 YEARS YOUNG Timothy Nicholson, celebrated his eighty-first birthday yesterday. Mr. Nicholson is one of the best preserv ed old men in the city and looks many years younger than he really is. His friends congratulated him on his youth and predict that he will live to be a centenerian. LOST. 1 XST $ 1 i 66 J inJ pay " en v elo pe on S. ith street, between N. E street and S. F St. Reward If returned to Palladium office. l-4t LOSTGold breast pin. Reward". Leave at Room 7, Kelly block. 2-2t LOST Five dollar bill between Sth and 12th streets on Main. Finder please return to 524 N. 22nd street; reward. 3-lt LOST Breast pin, five dollar gold piece, with "Mamma to Marie 8-15-"05" engraved on face. Return to Marie Smelser. Richmond, Route 3 and receive reward. BUSINESS CLASSIFIED INSURANCE. MOORE A OGBORN. Automobile and Fire Insurance, Bonds, Loans and Rentals. Room 16, I. O. O. F. Bldg 13-tf INSURANCE. Hans N. Koll. Fire and Accident In surance, 716 Main street LAUNDRY. Dirty clothes made clean; if you don't believe it try us. Richmond Steam Laundry. Phone 1251. feb23-tf Phone 2147 calls the Eldorado Laun dry at 18 N. 9th. Work guaranteed. aug25-tf UPHOLSTERING. J. H. RUSSELL. 16 South 7th Street Phore 1793. Repair work a spec lata. 11-tf FUNERAL DIRECTORS. WILSON, POHLMEYER DOWN ING. 15 North Tenth- Thone 1335. Private ambulance. 2S-tf Its Origin. She Who started the habit of caning a boat "she?" He Probably the first man that tried to steer one. Century. Phokbk: There's nothing Ilk bread made from Gold Medal Flour. Dssoatm A QUIET ELECTION Only Trouble Was Question of Voting Some North End Greeks. LID CLAMPED ON TIGHT With the exception of a small dis turbance in Riverdale yesterday after noon, when an effort was made to pre vent several of the Greek, residents in that section of the city from voting, ths election was one of the quietest ever held in this city, according to the po lice. The usual campaign fights be tween ardent supporters of the can didates, were not indulged in yester day. The lid was clamped down tight, too. No effort was made on the part of any of the saloon keepers, so far as is known, to tilt the id any and sell liq uor yesterday. No arrests were made and everything was just lovely. In anticipation of trouble Chief of Police Staubach put the night patrolmen on duty at noon, but this apparently, was unnecessary, for there was very little disturbance and the big cops were not called upon to quell any riots. Mistakes In Use of Words. If use can make authority in tbe em ployment of words it is high time that certain etymological! misused phrases of our English tongue should be adopt ed Into tbe family of orthodoxy. Tbe word "necessity" is habitually used as tbe equivalent of "necessary," Instead of being Its direct opposite. A man says: "I do not care for tbe luxuries of life if I have tbe necessities," when probably he has tbe "necessities" in calamitous abundance. Quite as com mon a blunder is tbe confusion be tween the words "expect" and "sus pect" A man says: "There is a knock at tbe door. I 'expect that is tbe tax collector." He should say, have been expecting tbe tax collector and aspect that is he." Boston Transcript Boomerang Skill. Imagine burling a bent stick away from you with all your strength and baring it return to the very spot where you are standing. That is wbat a skilled boomerang thrower can do. More than this, be may throw tbe stick so that it will actually fall far behind him although hurled directly in front Tbe skill of the little brown busbmen. of which we have read so much, is sot exaggerated In tbe least, for the boomerang wielded by an ex pert Is a thing of magic. It will soar through tbe air like a bird now high up. sow just skimming tbe surface of the ground, turning in circles, finally falling just where It has been aimed to falL St Nicholas. No creature is more apt to become a hopeless dipsomaniac than the bony bee. The flowers deliberately trade on the weakness and make their honey In toxicating simply to give the bee an Ir resistible taste for it and induce the deluded insect to make continual calls at their bar. London Globe. Cj!MlfO Before one third of the precincts had been heard from last evening, giv ing an overwhelming majority for Dr. W. V. Zimmerman republican candi date for mayor, a dark form was seen sneaking up the side streets, shunning the crowds, and making rapid strides towards the direction of hi ham. Close observation disclosed tbe fact that the dark figure was that of City Attorney Thomas J. Study, one of th most prominent democrats in the city and one of the most earnest workert in behalf of Pettis A. Reid. Mr. Studv was asked what he thought of the elec tion and how he liked the way things appeared to be going. With a forced smile and a peeved air the city attor ney replied that. "It lookd like Zim merman and he guessed he mould gc home and go to bed." It was then 8:30 o'clock. He declared that he would still continue in the practice ol law. however, despite the fact that the result of the election was not to hif liking. Mr. Study was not prone to die cuss the matter, the subject of the election being a delicate topic with him. and apparently left an unpleasant taste in his mouth. ASKS A jTATE JOB Roy Fraunberg Would Like to Be on Railroad Com mission. IS SUPPORTED BY BECK Charles Beck, democratic chairman of Wayne county, and Roy II. Fraun berg of Cambridge City, held a con ference with Governor Marshall today. Fraunberg is a candidate for member of the Indiana Railroad Commission and Beck accompanied him to Indian apolis to boost him for the position. The governor did not make any prom ise. Fraunberg is employed on the Bis Four railroad at Cambridge City. He was recently instructor in air brakes and train signals for the G. R. I. Several local men have been boosting him for a place on the railroad com mission. Only Practicing. A gunner belonging to the royal artil lery was constantly checked for care lessness when on sentry in not paying prop3 compliments to bis superior offi cers. One day. however, he intended to do bis duty and commenced In this wnm nAs A young subaltern was passing his post Tbe sentry abruptly baited, shouldered and gave tbe "present" The young officer was well pleased, bat nevertheless remarked: "Sentry. I'm not entitled to this com pliment" "I know yon are sot" replied tbe sentry, "but I thought yon were good enough to practice on." London Tat ler. Foiled. A man met a doctor be knew on morning, and. being one type of graft er, be thought to work bin for a free prescription. After some small talk be asked quite Incidentally: Arf-LVI . wiHk VII STV AW "Nothing." replied tbe doctor prompt ly, for be knew bis man. "1 doa't want a sore throat" Philadelphia Bae ord. SUIT WAS FILED. Suit was filed this morning in the circuit court by Rufus Raper against James Hinchliffe and others to quiet title. City Statistics Deaths and Funerals. The body of D. S. Souders. who died very suddenly In Dr. Wampler's office Monday from heart trouble, was ship ped to Rusbville, his former home, this morning for funeral services and buriaL The funeral will take place at 10 o'clock tomorrow morning. Last Exccrsicn to CINCINNATI Via C C L B.H. SUNDAY MOV. 7th ROUND TRIP Train leaves Richmond. 5:20 a. m.; returning leave Cin cinnati 10 p. m. Your last chance to visit "Clncy" this season at low rates. For particulars can C. A. BLAIR. P. A T. A, Homo TeL 20CZ. Richmond.