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DR. HAWTHORNE
TO THE JUNIORS
? Special Sermon at Grove-Avenue Bap?
tist This Morning.
THE MEETINGS AT PINE STREET.
Mr. JoTin I\Quinn at the V. M. C. A?
Will liOCUireon dunhllus?Arclii
tactM for the N?\v Second Bap
list Cuurcli?Cliurch Itctus.
B?v. J. B. Hiawthorne will preach a
special scrmon. to ?he Junior Order of
United Asnerlean Mechanlca this morning
at Uie Grovc-Avonuo Baptis* ehurch. The
Junlors ?will ?noel at Belvidere Hall at 10
o'clock and march to tlie thurch in a
body.
Bishop Robert A. Gibson will conduct
the services at Stl Lulte's ehurch. eorner
ot Wcishlngton and Beverty streets, this
tnorolng- at 31 o'clock. The lioly Com
anuuion will bo adniiaistered as. this ser?
vioe. ,-. . ,
Mr J. Paul Sncncc, former president of
the B. Y. P- U.. of North Caralin*. will
lectuie before the B. V. P- V. of Groye
Xwenue BupUst ehurch this after;
nooa at 4 o'clock. He will speak on the
"FuncUons and Spheres or tlie U. V. P.
Rev. Dr. Charies W. Crawley will fill
the pulpit at Uuiou Statlon Methodist
cliurch to-day, at both anornlng and
evening "iout.s.
The usual Sunday scrvice will be oa
served.
Kev. E. (L.^-Coodwin, of Charlcston, S.
C. wlio'js stopplng with his brother. Rev.
R? A. Goodwiii, will preach ut St. Mark*s
Bpiscopal ehurch to-day at 31 A. J.L
and B'u?. M. The cclebraiion or holy com
munlon will take place at the morning
servlce.
Rev. W. H. Williams will preach at
Ouatcnary Methodist ehurch to-nigliU
"FArjTH ISRHOOD OF GOD."
At Broad Street Methodist Rev. W. B.
Itcauchamp, pastor. will preach at bolh
a*rvlces.
ln tho onornlng his subject will he
"Loyalty 1\> Christ ln tho Home," and
at night, "Fntherhood of God."
Rev. Stuart Ororkelt, D. ID., ot the
iMocese of Central iPonnsylvaiiia, will
conduct services at SL Paul's Eplscopal
ehurch to-day.
Rev. Caxey E. Morg.in will preach to
day at the Sevcnih-Street Christian
ehurch.
Tho subject for tho morning will he:
"What Thlnk Yo or Ohrist?" an3 In tho
evening "How to Study tho Bid'c."
At Ulio soldier's Home Cbap'.l there will
he services to-day hy Rev. Dr. .1.
William Jones, of Ube Baptist cliurch,
in tlmimorning. At 4 P. M. Dr. ILandon R.
feSason will preach. and at 8 P. M. the
pulpit will ibo filled hy tho Union Tlieu
loglcal Seminary.
A seriow .of Bnoetinss will bejrin at the
Blhc-etr?3t Baptist ehurch to-day. Rev.
OUaurice Penileld Fil-es. pas-W.r of thc First
Baptist ehurch. Trenton. N. J., is expected
to arrive on Monday and preach at night,
and thcrcmftier oveey day at S o'clock in
Iho nfternoon and at S at night. Mr.
TTkes has been gren.tly b'lossod Jn evangcl
istlc lahors, and his coniing to Richmond
ls looked forwiaxfl to with much interest.
UNION SEMINARY.
M. 13. Peabody, of tho eenior class, tvlll
preach lu the chaipel at tlie morning ser?
vlce.
Tlils evening R. J. ICe"!ogg, Ph. D., pro?
fessor ot Greeik In Blchmond Collegie, will
conduct the misslpnary serviee. Dr. Kel
lopjj has a lieen interest in missions, and
has imado sran? valuabie euntributions to
miRSionary literature.
Tlie Union Class-Meeting of Richmond
and Mancliuster will be held at FaJnr.ount
Methodist Eplscopal ehurch to-day at 3
P. M. Services will be conducted by M
A. Campbell, of Manchester. All are in
vlted 1o .att?;nd.
Dr. J. K. Hawthorne will "lake for his
subject tlils morning at the Grove-Avenue
Baptist ehurch, "The Patriotism of the
JTVace-Mahers" At night a ma.-sionary
massaneaah-r will be held and addresses
niado bv Dr. C. J. Thompson. H. A. Bag
by and William Ellyson. There will ho no
collectlon at this servioe, and all are cor
?diallv invii.ed ito nitend.
Dr." G. B. Stiiokler, of tlie Union Theo
logical Seminary, will preach at the Third
iPnesbyterian ehurch this morning. There
will be no evening serviee.
Rev. J. B. Hutson will occupy the pulpit
nt tlw Graoe-Street Ba.past cliurch at
hnlh .??erviees.
Rev. J. T. T. Humlley will preach nt
thtr M.irshali-Sirevil Christian cliurch this
morning.
GRACE-STREET PRESBYTEKL\N.
Bjbv. Jere Wttherspoon will occupy his
puljklt ait both senices to-day -*a the
Grace-Ptrect Presbyt'-rian churdfc Iri tht>
morning he will take for liis subj.-ct "Tlie
iliand Lald on the Suhstfitute's illead." In
the evening his sub.ii-ct ^ri'll be. "The
Foundation and ILs Two Seals."
Bev. Dlarrj' Minnlrk, of Luhec Mp., twill
ooeujpy his pnilpit at 4he Marshall^treet
CliriyUan chuivh Sunday. February llib.
He will arrive in the city one day next
w<-eQt.
?Dr. E. E. Bomar. asslstant corr.ispond
lng socrertary or th? ForHign Mission
Board. arrived ln tlie city last Friday and
will now take up his new dutles.
Dr. Barton. twho resigned the position,
has not yet been able to leave tlie city on
aooount of Uie illness or hi.^ child.
S. R. IMiaxwefl] will preach a special ser
jnon on "The Misskm or the Obstructlon
1st" at PowelVs Hall. eorner or Tvventy
fourth nnd Church Hill ayenne. Rev. J.
T. T. Hmndley will preach at night.
Rov. Dr. Malcoinb M-cGrcgflr arrived
from Atlanta yesterday afternoon, and to
dnv will engage with Dr. Smith. of
the S-eoond Baptist ehurch, in a series of
jneetlngs, which anay probably last two
weeks.
Rev. M. B. Dlee. asslstant pastor to
Bev. T. B. Donovan, or CJayton, Del.. is
vis>Ung Father Jackson at St. Joser>h"s
ehurch. and will preaeh to-day at high
tnass and ln the etvening tit 8 o'clock.
I>oin>rs or Catholics.
Bev. Father Julius, O. S. B., of Brls
iow, Va.. who wns painfully injurcd by
an accldent recently, is improving.
Rev. Father Payne, who has been very
slck in Danville for the past three weeks
from a severe atlack of the grippe, is
convalcsccnt.
The lenst of St. Francis de Sales was
celebrated at Montc Mariu Convent with
rntiHS, expositlon of thc Blessed Sacra
ment all day. and the Benedlction.
Two beautiful pictures paiijted hy the
Kauffmitnti Bro.hers have been put in
6t- Joseph's ehurch. A new sanctuary
lamr. glft of a friend, has also been
placed in position and adds greatly to
the beauty of tlie ehurch;
Rev. 3. J- McCarrlck, of Baltlmore,
waa the sruest or Rev. Father Jackson
this week.
KIchmond'sGood Kxliiblt.
Richmond ls to be congratulated upon
her ?plendid flnandal showing for tlie
-?^gr just passed." The statement covers
the receipts and expenditures by the city
rftuing last year and shows a balance
mStfrr pajing tlie fioaUng debt of about
?100,000. This may be the frult of the
trood government ogiltatlon of a few years
a^ro, or it may he evidence of unuKual
pro?pfit*-, or both; but whatcver thc
cauBe may be it is a good showing, and
Bichmond has a right to be proud of it?
ifftalanlGlatbucr l^t* l*aic?.
ACCTIOX sAbKS?Monitar
By J. B. Elam & Co..
Real Estate AucUoneers.
T RUSTEE'S SALE BY PUBLIC AUC?
TION OF
Two Well-Located
and Valuable Dwellings
No. 110 East Leigli Street,
ESPECIALLY ATTRACTIVK. MOD
ERNLY CONSTRl'CTED
TAVO-STORV BRJClv HOUSE OF EIGHT
ROOMS. AV1TH EOT 2*_3C FEET;
AXD
No. 4 V/est Leigh Street,
A NEAT. SUBSTAXTIAL, AND DESIR
ABLE TAVO-STORY FRAME
HOUSE.
OF ABOUT EIGHT ROOMS, AA'ITH LOT
. 22*4x153 FEET.
In execution of a certain deed of trust,
dated December 10. 1SI7. recorded ln D.
B. 3t;2 A, pugc I.'cV Richmond Chanccry
Court, dcfnuil having bc-en made ln the
dr-bt sccurf-d. and being rcqulrcd so to do
bv the bencficiary. the underslgned, trus
tf>e. will sell, by public auction. on the
prcmlscs. on
MOXDAY. FEBRUARY 5. '1000.
beginnlng with Xo. 110 EAST LEIGH
STREET. at ."> o'clock P. M., tho abovo
ir.entioned proporties. Xo. HO EAST
LEIGH STREET. frontlnjj 2">xl."(> feet on
north side of Leigh street. between First
nnd Second streets. being a most sub?
stantial. modern and nttractive TWO
STORY BRICK HOUSE; with wide iron
-crandn pnrcli. range. hot-water lmth. all
city convenir-nces and in good order: and
Xo*. 4 WEST LEIGH STREET. fronting
Jii/ixl."?; feet on north side of Beish
street. betviecn St_ James and Price
Streets; being a XEAT AND SUBSTAN?
TIAL TWO-STORV FRAME HOUSE,
having tlie usual conveniences and ln
good repair.
TERMS: Cash as to expenscs of sale.
taxes io day of sale. and the sum of
K3.O00, with interest thereon from Decem?
ber 3". IS99* as io the residue. upon sUch
torms as shall be announced at time of
sale. nnd at which time very libornl torms
mav be offered as to tho whole purchase
moiiov. .1. B. ELAM. Trustee.
.1. B. Elam & Co.. Auctioneers.
AUCTION SAI.KS?Future I>iiy?
By Augustine Royall & Co.,
Real Estate Agcnts and Auctioneers.
Office Xo. 19 Tenth St., Leadcr Building,
Manchester, Va.
T
RUSTEE'S SALE
OF
SOME OF THE HAXDSOMEST
IX THE CITY OF MANCHESTER, A*A.,
IX
"Spring SHiSI,"
XOAV CALLED "i'.ELLEVUE."
HERE IS A RARE CHAXCE TO GET
A HAXDSOME LOT OR LOTS
OVER1XJOK1XG JAMES
RIA"BR AND THE
CITY OF
RICHMOXD. ESPECIAL ATTEXTIOX
IS CALLED TO THIS SAL1".
In execution of the deed of trust of tho
7th day of June, ISftO, from John C. Rob
ertson to Alexander T. Britton and Geo.
E. Emmons, trustees, duly recorded in
the clerk's offico of the Hustings Court
of Manchestcr, A'a., bclng tiiercto re
qulred 4n writing by the party secured,
the holder of tho notes in said deed se?
cured'. the underslgned. as surviving trus
tee in said deed, will sell, at public auc?
tion, on the premises, on
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1900.
at 11 o'clock A. M. (said sale, if not com?
pleted, to be continued from day to day
at the same time and place), that proper?
ty known as "SPR1XG HILL." lying in
'tiie city of Manchester, A*a.,4and bouiid
c-J as follows:
"All that certain piece or parcel of land
lying and being in the city of Manches?
ter. und in tlie county ofaiChesteriield.
A*a., known as SPRING HILL. and
bounded as follows: On the north by
Richmond and Danville railroad, on the
Avcst by tho line of the Southside Land
and Improvement Company, east br Co
wardin avemie, and south by a narrow
strip of land' divlding this property from
Semmes avenue;" saving and cxcepllng
from suid sale certain lots within said
boundary more particularly mentioned in
a deed' of even date with this trust-deed
from Jno. R. McLcan and James J. Faran
to said John C. Robertson, special refer
encc being made hereto for a more accu
ratc description thereof.
The above-mentioned real estate has
since tho execution of said trust-deed
beeu puivhased subject to the lien there?
on by the Bellevue Land Company, "and
platted and subdivided into blocks and
lots. which 3'lat and subdivislon will be
exhibited on day of sale, and indthe niean
time c-an bc sec-n at the office of the auc?
tioneers; and the iindersigncd will offer
for sale so much thereof, in acordance
with. said subdivislon, as may be deemed
necessary to satisfy the said trust-deed'.
TERMS OF SALE: On each parcel of
land sold cash as to cll.proceeds of sales
made, until same shall fully satisfy and
discharge the expenscs of execuling the
trust and taxes, and tlie amount of money
then payable -upon tlie hotiis remainlng
uripald secured in said trust-deed, prin
clpal and interest or said unpald notes
being as follows: ST.SSS.O.';. balance*>f prin
oipal due on notp for $13,333.33, payable
*wo years from date, with interest on
said balanco from December 7. 1S97, and
the whole of riote payable at three yc-ars
after date for $13,333.*J3, with interest thete
on from June 7, 1S90. less--payment of
SWO.OO on account of interest. all secured
ln said'- trust-dceu. and the balance of
purchase-money. if any, to,be made pay?
able at such times as the said grantor.
or his assign?. shall direct. or, in case of
his or their failure to give such dircc
tions. then upon such terms as said trus
tee shall see iit.
GEO. E. EMMOXS. .
Surviving Trustee.
92S-30 F street. X. AA'.. AVashington, D. C.
AUGUSTINE ROA*ALL & CO.,
Manchester, A'a., Auctioneers.
By J. D. Carheal, Real Estate Auctioneer,
No. 1100 east Main street.
T
JiRUSTEE'S AUCTION SALE OF A
TICN-ROOM BRICK DWELLING.
IN A GOOD LOCAL1TA', BEING No. S02
NORTH TWENTY-FIFTf! STREET.?
By vlrtue of a certain deed of trust.
datod October <">. IS'l, und recorded in the
Richmond Chanccry Court clerk's office.
in Deed-Book 144 A, page 153. default
having been made in the payraent of the
debt secured thereby. and having been
roquircd so to do by the beneficiary
thereln. 1 will. on
WEDNESDAY. FEB. 7, 1000,
at 4:30 o'clock P. M.. on the prcmlscs.
procccd to sell. ut public auction. the
property conveyed ihercin?viz.: All that
certain* LOT OF LAXD, with the im
provementi thereon, lying and being in
tlie citv of Richmond, A'a., commehcing
at a point on the western linc of Tweniy
lifth street, ttt! feet north of its intersec
Uon with the norihern line of N street,
rrunlng thence norihwurdly and front?
ing on the said western line of Twenty
titlh street 3.'! icct. and running back
between parallcl lines 12T> feet io an al
lcy. The dwelllng is well bullt, with
large and hlgh-pltched rooms and halls;
also. all necessary outbuildings. This is
a most exeellent locatlon in which to
dwell; therefore. this property should
be sought after as a home, or lt will rent
well.
TERMS: Cash sufflclent to pay all costs
of sale. all taxes to day of sale, and a
debt of $1,067.00: balance at a credit of
twelve months. for note, with interest
added and secured by deed of trust on
Uie^roperty. ff||||||k
Gayton Coal! Gayton Goal!
AVe are prepared to furnlsh this popular
Coal to consumers and doalcrs. Ask your
dealcr for it.
B. COTTRELL & SON,
No. 815 east Cary street.
New 'Phones 209 and 447; Old 'Phone
232. . *',->.* *?2 .
AUCTION BAX,K?1'uturo Day.
By II. Scldon Taylor
and
Chas. A. Rose,
Real Estate Auctioneers.
TRUSTEES' AUCTION* SALE OF
THAT VALUABLE SUBURBAN
PROPERTY. KNOWN AS "AVEST
A'lEW" OR "BALLARD'S PLACE,"
CONTAIX1NG '2:vy4 ACRES. WITH A
HAXDSOME DAVELLING AND OTHER
1MPROVEMENTS THEREON. JUST
BEi'OXD THE EXPOSITION GROl'NDS <
AT ACCA STATION. ON R.. F. AND P.
RAILROAD. AND OPPOSITE THE
COUNTRY HOME OF EGBERT LEIGH,
ESQ.?ln part execution of a certain deed
of trust to the underslgned, trustecs.
dated March 1-1, l.S:>2, and duly recorded
in the clerk's office of Hcnrico County
Court. in D. B. 330 "A," puge 1-12. default
naving been made in the payment of a
jiart of one of the notes thereby secured,
and, at the request of the holders therc
of. V..-: will procccd to sell the above
mentlohcd property at public auction,
on the prcmises. on
friday; feb. io. moo.
at 1 o'clock P. M., it being a part of the
same roal estate cohveyed by said deed
and fullv described therein. The im
provements consist of a iurgc, handspme
and well-bullt thrcc-story and basement
brick and framc dwclling. a modern cot
tage with three rooms, stable, carnagc
housc. ctc, ctc. The water is exeellent
and the supply Is abundant. This prop
ortv has a frontage of 3.000 fo<-t on R:,
F "nnd i'. r:\ilroad. at Acc:l Station. its
locatio'ii being both beautiful and hcaltn
ful and its proximity to the city jusUHes
the belief that it must in the near future
be very valuable. s
TERMS: Enough in cash to pay cost
of sale all taxes to day of sale. and the
sum ot SM.277.<iO. with interest ihcrcon
from April 20. l?i<). and tbe balance on a
credit of twelve and cighteen months,
for negotiable notes, with interest addett
from day of sale. and secured by a deed.
of trust on this property. or all cash. at
option of pm-chaser. a. plat of ft^HT{?jPj;
erty can be seen at the office of the
auctioneers. . ?_ 'j,
H. SELDON TAYLOR,
CHARLES A. ROSE,
MARSHALL M. GILLIAM.
fc4 Trustecs.
By C. L. & H. L. Denoon,
Real Estate Auctioneers.
/T\RUSTEE'S SALE
? OF
Well Located Building Lots in
Jackson Ward.
By virtue of a certain deed of trust.
dated Julv S, 1S9S, and recorded in D. B.
104 B page S4, Richmond Chancery
Court,'default having been made In the
pavment of the debt secured, I will sell
at public auction. on the prcmises on
THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 8, 1900
at 4:30 o'clock P. M., all that lot of land
at the r.orthwcst corner of Seventh and
Duval streets, fronting 44 feet on Seventh
street and runntng back between paral^
]ines so feet. MEDTUM-SIZED D\\ ELL
IXGS built on these lots. will pay hand
STeRMS: Cash. as to S370.W, with inter?
est from July 8, 1S99; balance at one and
two years. ^ ^ ? .^ Tru?tee.
F.v .T. B. Elam & Co..
Rea"l Estate Auctioneers.
n-inr vf-m- ATTRACTIA'E LOT. 32x
Tni FEET, WITH NEAT AND COM
FORTABLE ' TWO-STORY ? BRICK
DWELLING thereon, on east side '<im.ii
street, liotwecn Clay and Leigh, oppostte
"Sublett's Row,"
No. 517 NORTH FiFTH STREET,
ut miblic auction.?On
* TUESDAY, FEBRUARA" 0 10f>0
ut 4:30 o'clock P. M., wc shall sell. by
public auction. on the prcmises. the above
named well-locatcd and very attractlve
nroportv; the lot being admirably suitod
in size'and location for two tenements
which mav be built without disturbing
he present dwclling. which is a most sub?
stantial and comfortable one, conluming
flve rooms, city convoniencos, nicely pa
pered and in good order. The iocation is
cspeclallv convenicnt and pleasant, and
this propertv offers unusual inducemehts
to investorsas well as home-seekers. Ex
amine it and attend the sale. TERMS:
One-third cash; balance nt 0. 12 and IS
months. J- B. ELAM "c CO.,
fei Auctioneers.
real estate at i'Kivatk sai.k.
NEAR AND AYEST OF
IVSOiyROE PARK
must be sold, even ut a sacri/ice. Prices:
.$10,000, cost SIO.OOO; 59,000, cost $12,000;
Ml 000, cost $14,000. New and detached.
fe4 J. THOMPSON BROWN & CO.
-piOR SALE.
Real Estate ls looking up. and buyers
are daiiy ihterviewlng us. If you wish to
rent out or sell your property, list it witli
EDWARD S. ROSE COMPANY,
Real Estiite and Loans,
fel Xo. 11 north Eleventh street.
A~NICE HOME."
First-class three-story, detached brick
residence comparaiively new und in per?
fect order, on Beech street, for sale
cheap. A. J. CHEWN1NG CO.,
No. 0 N. lOlh Street.
POK SALE.
51,700 will purchase a WEST CARY
STREET BRICK DAVELL1XO, near
Belvidere street. A ready rentcr at 5180
per aiinum.
BDWAHD S. ROSE COMPANY,
fe4 No. 11 north Eleventh street.
T"OR SALE.
-\n Exeellent and Well-Appbinteu
AVEST FRANKLTN-STREET RESI
i/ENCE. ut a very reasonable price, value
considered. N- W. BOWE,
iei Iteai Estate and Loans.
Tj-OR SALE.
TWO-STORY BRICK DWELLING;
rents S10 a month to good tenaiu. A 10
per cent. in^stmen^^rictv Xg*.^
fe4 1112 east Main street.
Tj- OR SALE. _
A'irginia Farms. Factory and Mill Sites.
Alincral and Wood Tracts. Suburban
Horios City property for sale or ex
change. Farm Jourm^free^ ^^
fo4 1104% Main street.
FOK RKNT.
lASuW^EMPLE store.
PRESENT LEASE EXPIRES
JULY, 1900.
Wo will rent this Grand Store. fronting
lOtl foot on southwest corner of Broad
and Adams streets, the
GREAT RETAIL THOROUGHFARE
of our citv. Entire front of glass, and
nio^rnin'every respect; possession now
or then.
LJGHT AND HEAT
JIKKTINGS.
Richmond, Va., Jan. 27, 1000.
A A1FFTIXG OFTHE STOCKHOLDERS
of^hc VIRGINIA MACH1XE COM
VANY will be held pursuant to a reso?
lution of the Board of Directors of said
company. at its office. 1107 east Main
Street ln the city of Richmond, A'a., on
AVFDNESDAY, Februury 2S, 1000, at 12
o'clock M-, to consider and vote upon
a nroposltion to increase the capital
stock of said company, and for other
blRvnorder ot the Board of Directors.
"** AV. H. LUCKE,
ja2S Seeretary and Treasurer.
The Prudential Banking and Trust Co..
Richmond. A'a.. Jan. 20. 1000.
THE REGULAR ANNUAL MEETING
of this company will be held at the
office of tho company, No. 1103 east
Main street. Richmond, Vai, MONDAY,
February 5th, at 4 o^k^M^
ja25 '_ ??:-..'.; Presldent.
? AMUSKMKN*?S
.RiCHfliGND'S POPULAR PLACE Ot* AMUSEMENT.
j PERFORMANCES EVERY NIGHT.
MATINEES Tuesday. Thursday. Saturday.
___J POPULAR BIJQU PRICES..__
REFINED CO^EDYTNEVrKIUSlC, OR1G1NAL NOVELTY!
THE SPARKLING COMEDIENNE
uzzm in&wvns9
"Two Girls and One Boy"
ASSISTED BY
' HiL^J^lf BlXHiX-.S, Comedian,
AnETtHERE ARE OTHERS.
Sager Blidgeley and Gertie CarSisie!
Miss Gertrude Haynes! Hall and Staley!
Harry C. Stanley and Dorris Wilson!
Rice and Elmer and Aithea Twins!
Seais on sale for evsry performance.
BOX OFFICE OPENS 10 0TCL0CK.
WANT*.
WANTED; TENANT FOR FIRST
CLASS BOARDING HOUSE, 10 rooms;
possession given nt once. Address,
with reference, Box ti_8, Newport News,
Va. _*<?*-??
WANTED. BOARDERS FOR SECOND
story front and hall rooms, connectea,
also. other desirable rooms. Everything
furnished. including heat. at rcasonable
terms. Mrs. W. S. SUBLETT, S)H east
Marshall street. _te4
men and women to appoint
agcnts: $70 month: expenses. Steady
position. EL'TLEit & ALGER, New
Haven. Conn. _to4
Kl'hP WANTED?Mule.
ACTIVE MEN AXD WOMEN EVERY
where to take orders for "L'.fe of
Moody," the great evangelist. Sells at
s'ciit. Sample enabllng you to make
from S.-? to $7 dailv by mail free on re
quest. Address GLOEE BIBLE PTJB'.G
CO., 72:5 Chestnut street, Phlladelpliia,
Pa. Ja2?
GOVERNMENT POSITiONS.?WHERE
they are. how obtained. salaries paid.
Particulars free. Write for Circular
115. NATIONAL CORRESPONDENCE
INSTITUTE. Washington; D. C. fej
1115I.L* WAXT15I)-Femnle.
WANTED, ONE LADY TO MAIE OR
superintend distributioh of circulars in
each town of United States or Canada;
good pay; permancnt employment. I*?
ciose self-addressed envelope. Mrs. M.
SL'MMERS, Notre Bamo, Ind. te4
W\NTED AN EXPERIENCED COOK,
BUTLER. and also a HOUSE GIRL.
Good w.iges to compctent persons wltn
references. Apply at 13'-'0 Grovc ave?
nue, city.____
WANTED, EITHER SEX TO FOLD
Circulars, etc, at home; S12 weekiy
salarv. Particulars. 2c. address J ni
NON-MEDTC1NE CURE CLUB, LocK.
Box S02, Eos Angelcs, Cal. Ja-*
SITUATIOXS 1VAXTKD-. "llalo.
WANTED. A FARM TO WORK ON
shares. or position as overseer, by ex
perienced young lurmer. Address
j'ARMER. Johnson's Springs, Gooch?
land county, Va. .? i fet
WANTED.?ONE OF' THE BEST OUT
side Real Estate and Insurance men in
Richmond wants to .1oin a good office
man, With some money und intluence. in
a general real estate business. Address
D1CK, Tlmes office. fei
AGKNTS 1VAXTKU.
AGENTS WANTED FOR THE BEST
selling Eife of Moody, containlng over
700 pages (300 pages devoted lo the
story of his life; 300 pages to his ser
mons, which have been carefully edited
and urranged, and 100 pages to anec
dotes and pithy savings). Beautifully
illustrated. Do not waste time on
Cheap-John books, hastily put together
with paste-pot and shears. Our cele?
brated Eife of Moody possesses peculiar
features of excellence; and will outsell
all others. Beautifully illustrated. Big
terms. Prospectiis sent on receipt of
ten two-cent stamps for cost of pucking
and mailiiig. Freight paid. A wonder
ful opportuhity, not only to niaKe.
money, but to do a vast amount of good
bv circulating a noble book that will
be everywhere recognized as a wotk
of standard merit. Boote^readyjfor/;de
Hvery. B. F. JOHNSON PLBLlbillNO
COMPANY, OOl-HOS-OO- east Main
street, Richmond, Va. ! '
VGENTS WANTED.-AGENTS, WE
w 11 pay SSr, per month to take orders
for phbtbs to be endarged; work by our
metnod is so simple that any man can
do it AU our workers are placed .on
Strictly salarv basis Address De t.
30S MANAGER, 131 Grand street, Nos
York eity._l(M
WANTED AGEXTS TO SELL THE
NeV Pioeess WIndOW Washer; water
t-ink sporige and rubber dryer com
Wned. TCIEFER BROS.. Cleveland^ O.
AGENTS-MOODY..VMOODY. : MOODV.
' Amhentic history by his son, W R.
Mo'odv* rare chance; sells at signc.
highest commisslon; outfit gee:,write
to-day. CHICAGO BIBLE HOUbU M
Fifth Ave.. Chlcago. ______
AGENTS-$200 MONTHLY SELLING
* improved niokel-plated Brilliant Gus
light Burner; fits kerosene lamps, beau?
tiful gasUgh. ?without chimney. Sam
Ples 4ee. ENTERPRISE MANUFAC
TURIXG CO., G.. S2C, Cincinnati, O. ?
SALESJ1KN WANTED.
s"\ee1^en7^raveeixg OR LOCAE,
who can carry a side line make big
money handling our Advertising I;ans.
Retai'l dealers of all kinds order them
on sight for future delivery Ordinary
salesmen are making |2. to ?..0 weekly
during leisure hours. We pay the laig
est commissions and make prompt set
tfemehts? AMERICAN NOVELTY CO..
Cincinnati, O. _te. -
WVNTED. BY OLD" ESTABE1SHED
liouse. experienced Road Salesraan to
sell staple line; must be able to show
a clean record und give bond; perma?
ncnt position to right man. Address
Box 814. Chicago._1<M
BlisCELX,ANKOlJS.
W^\ NTED.""YOI?" TO l VCURE YOUR.
Chapped Hands. Lips. etc. with LATl
MERS COMPOUND GLYCERINE LO
TION 10 und _r>e. a botrle, or EAil
MER'S COMPOUND CAMPHOR ICE.
10 and 25c a box. G. W. L.V1IMER,
S00 west Marshall street. Both phones
~- fe4
Oi._
PETERSBURG MERCHANT. DESIR
ing to add installment feature to his
present cash business, wishes small
extra capital furnished with each sale,
dividing profits therefor. Absolute se
curity and good prospects. "Y. Z.,"
Leader Office, Petersburg or Rich?
mond.
DR. CANN'S KIDNEY CURE POSI
tlvely cures all Liver and Kidney Trou
bles, Brighfjs DIseuse. Diabetes. ?1 bot?
tle: 6 for $5. All druggists or sent by
CANN & CO., 1013 Filbert street, Phila
delphia. ,fe4
l-OST ANO t'OIlM>,
LOST?A TAN-COLORED ST. BER
nard dog, with white neck and belly.
A suitable reward will be paid for his
return to JAMES H. DOOLEY, May-'i
monC ; _______ __ _ i
ASCENSION AND
PARACHUTE LEAP
By Makers of
E.
Cxposition Grounds Daiiy at 3:30 if
weather is Favorable?Low Winds
and No Rain.
TO FINDERS OF CARD
49 DROPPED FROM THE
BALLOON.
ACiLDEMY.
SATURDAY IttATINEE AND NIGHT.
The Mirthful Comedy. "
"A COUNTRY VISITOIV'
Introduclng MR. HARRY GREENE.
Brass band and orchestra. Watch for the
grand street parade at noon on day of exhi
bition.
_.C_L_*j____\.
MONDAY, Matinee and Night,
T_-=" G"S"E"J5.T.
In new sensations. illusions and legerde
nuin, accompanied by SOLARET, drapery
dancer, and 4 LUCIERS, high class nuisical
artists.
iLCiLI^ESiWlT,
TUESDAY NIGHT. FEBRUARY Gth,
1 - MR. JAMES O'NEILL.
in LIEBLER ?fc CO.'S stupendously stun
ninsr speetaeular and scenic production of
Svdney Grundv's version ot Alexander
| Dumas" story, -THE MUSKETEERS."
as played for one year in London and
New York by Beerbohm Tree and James
O'Xeill. Largest dramatlc organization
en tour. Sale of seats now on. fe4
LECTURE
by the
REA*. DR. S. A. STEEL,
"HOME LIFE IX DTXIE
DURIXG THE WAR,"
at Y. M. C. A. Hall,
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY S, 1000,
at S-l.-j P. M.,
for the benefit of Ladies' Aid Society of
Centenury Methodist church.
Admission, DOc. Seats can be reserved
at Y. M. C-- A. on and after Monday, Feb?
ruary uth. ja2S
"Life's Poetry and Pearls."
A Great Entertainment.
HON. ALF. TAYLOR, OF TENN.
Y. M. C. A. HALL MONDAY NIGHT.
THE VALENTINE MU$EUIY!
ELEVENTH AND CLAY STREETS.
Open dally from 10 A. M. to 5 P. M.
Admission ii cents. Free on Saturdays.
The Confederate Museum
TWELFTh AND CLA'i STREETS.
Open daiiy from 0 A. M. to 5 P. M.
Admission, 25 cents. Free on Satur
gays._ delS-ly
OISSOLUTIOXS OF PAltTXliKSUll'
THE FARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE
cxisting between MORGAN R. MILLS.
as ge leral partner, and J. GRAHA't
DAVIDSOX, as special partner, expires
by contract February 1, 1900.
The business will be continued by the
ubove as general partners, under the
lirm-name of MORGAN R. MILLS &
CO., who assume all assets and liablll
ties of the old concern.
AVe desire to thank our friends and
the public for the liberal patronage be
stowed upon us in the past, and to so
licit a contlnuance of the same for the
new concern.
With our increased capital und facili
ties, we will endeavor to serve you even
better in the future than in the past.
Richmond. Va.. U. S. A.
BTDS ARE HERBBY INA'ITED UNTIL
Tuesday, Feb. Gth, for all of the old
brick owned by this company, aggre
gating about 1,135,000 cleaned, ready for
use and piled on part of the Haxall
Crensl.aw Mtlls property, and the Corn
Mills Lot, adjacent to the Gallego
Mills. in this city. Terms cash, or 60,
00 days, and four months credit on ap
proved negotiable notes. Bricks to be
removed in reasonable time after the
sale is made; Address or call on JAMES
RIA'ER FALLS PAPER AXD PULP
MILLS, 1015 E. Main street, Richmond,
Va.
SPECIAL XOTICES. .
NOTTCE?I WISH THE PUBLIC AXD
my friends to know that I have a RUB
BER-TIRE up-to-date private AMBU
LAiXiCE connected with my Livcry.
Xlce new rubber-tire carrlages and
runabouts with competent and-. polite
drtvers. at call both day' and night.
Old 'phor.e No. 100. New 'phone SMo.
422. Xo. 531 AV. BroudSt.. cor. Belvidere.
A. W. BENNETT,
Proprietor.
?
FOR SALE.
FOR SA_., OR LEASED TO DESIRA
ble party, THE JEFFERSON PARK
HOTEL AND SPRINGS, one mile from
University, Va. House t'urnlshed
througTiout; electric cars. JEFFERSON
..-iEK CO., Cliarlottesviile. Va. ja21
FOR -SaALE. CHEAP. 8ECOND-HAND
DELTVERY WAGON and CART. Ap
ply at HYGEA ST-__IS, 410 north
Fifth street. _ ?.-"-.. fe2 j
ri"-"A**ci<_
International Zinc Co., Ltd.
Yieids 141 on tlie Present Gost of Sharss.
THIS IS THE ONLY ZINC-MINING
COMPANY in the United States giving
regularly to its stcckholders exact re
ports and full knowiedge of the condi?
tion of their property. The well-known
Chartered Accountants BARROAA", WADE.
GUTHRIE & CO., of New York and Chi?
cago. supervise the company's account;?,
and issue quarterly to the stockhotcters
statements of earnings and net prolits,
certificd by them as correct. ??,._
IT IS NOW EARNINQ 22 PER CEXT.
on it* capital and will ncarly double this
as snon as the four new mills now un?
der way are completed
IT IS NOW PAYIXG DIVIDENDS
equal to those paid by the Wghest capi
talized companies in the zlnc ttdtoj^gt
on a much. smaller investment. which
allows cven the smallest Invwtoi-s to
participate in the rich returns from zinc
mTHnif' LOW PRICE OF ITS 5HARES
_o affords IftVestors an unusual oppor
tunltv for prolit by the enhanccment m
value of their holdlngs. and through !t?
plan of supervising accounts It r'unuhes
absolute security to Its stockhold3r** in?
terest"?.
100,000 SKARES
are now offered for public subscr'ption at
85C. PER SHARE,
to complete the balance of the purchaso
price and pay for the new mills now being
built.
The shares are of the par value of Jl
each, and are fully paid and non-assess
able.
"SEND FOR PROSPECTUS. and nota
carefully the detailcd accounts .tnd BAR
ROAV. AVADE. GUTHRIE & CO.'S re
ports'on the properties.
?Vpplicatlons for stock, accompanied hy
rcmittance. received at either of the foi
lowin? ofHces of the fiscal agents.
JOSHUA BROWN & COMPANY, Bankers,
4S&47 Wall
89 State St., Boston, 421 Chestnut St.,
St., New York.
Philadelphia, 409 Ihe Rookery, Chicago
JAMES N. BOYO, PRtsiOKNT.
MANN 8. QUABt.ES,Vi?.PiK*T.",!Gr JOHN MORTON, Sie* & Tnuft
Virginia Trust Company, jj
P. O. BOX 927.
INSURANCE DEPARTMENT.
RO: LEE TRAYLOR, Manaoe*. TELEPHONE 184.
1200 EAST MAIN STREET, RICHMOND, VA.
Aggreaata ftwitaof Companies RepresenM.onr Val?e ef Bonds Wedin VIrglnI?,ow
$350,000,000. 5<>0O,0OO.
SPECIAL ATTENriOSl GIVEN T0 INSURANCE 0N DWELL1NGS ANO H0USEH0LD FURNITURE.
L0WEST BATES CABEFULLY 0RAWN C0NTRACTS. ABSOLUTE SECURITY.
It WISI Pay You
We do not believe iu so
calledsure infbrmatiou.but
by our co-operative me
tliod the element oi chance
is largely eliminated. Han
dle your own money
through your own broker.
Write or call.
E. C. WALL & CO.,
Lords Court Building,
NEW YOKK.
DON'T BUY OR SELL STOCKS
in the present market until you get
THE ORIGJNAL TRUTHFINDER'S
Advice: Some special for next week.
good for
20 POINTS.
DON'T BE WITHOUT IT.
Terms:
$1000 a month for Advisory Letters.
$6 a week for Telegraphic Serviee.
6. F. NEWCOMB,
32 and 31 Broadway, New York. v
Accounts managed for 10 per cent* ol
the net profits. Correspondence solicited.
1NVESTJV1ENT_SECURITIES.
Davenport & Co.,
Bankers and Brokers
We have for sale
Virginia Century Bonds,
United States 3 per cent. Bonds.
National Bank of Virginia Stock.
Va.-Carolina Chem. Co.'s Stock.
and OTHER HIGH-CLASS IXVESTMEN1
SECURITIES. PRICES ON APPLICA
TION. ie4
$1,000
TO
$30,000
TO LEND ON CITY PROPERTY.
fe4 J. THOMPSON BROWN & CO.
CHURCH HILL HOME.
S2.100 cash will /.uy a NEAT BRICK
HOME on Twenty-third street near
Broad. POLLARD & BAGBY,
le4 No. 5 north Eleventh street.
ELEGANT H0ME-PARK AVENUE
510,'-p6 will huy a NICE HOME on Park
avenue; exeelient location. Can be
bought at big sacrifice.
POLLARD & BAGBY.
fe4 No. 5 north Eleventh street.
Money to _L-e_r_-?I.
Money to Lend at t\ per cent. on Good
City Real Estate in any amount and on
long time. T. M. WORTHAM & CU.,
? fe-1 1013 east Main street.
MONEY.
If you wlsh to borrow on your City
Real Estate we will quickly arrange it
for you.
EDWARD S. ROSE COMPANY.
Real Estate and Loans,
fe-l No. 11 north Eleventh street.
TIP-T0P SOLID INVESTMENT.
Do you want a tirst-class 10 per cent.
investment? If so, see us at once. We
have the best one on the market. Price.
$3,000. S POLLARD & BAGBY.
fe4 No. 5 north Eleventh street
MONEY TO LEND
ln any sums on City Real Estate.
A. J. CHEWNING CO..
Real Estate and Loans,
No. G N. 10th Street
ANY ONE INVESTING $T,0 CAN IN
crease substantlall'y his ihcome without
interfering with other business aod
without risk. J. -B.. HOWARD & CO..
120 Boylston street. Boston, Mass.
fe4
a W, BRANCH ..?. CO.,
: STATE BANK BUILDING,
BANKERS and BROKERS
private wlrea New Tork
, aU artaci?> tnrito cacttrM.
Private wif? Niw Tork. C**?*o *n4
Largest Capital of Any Bank or Trust Company
in the South Atlantic States.
RICHMOND TRUST
AND
Safe Deposit Company,
Nortlrwcst Corner lOtii aiul Main St-i
"UICH310XD, VA.
CAPITAL, - - $1,000,000
Depostts received and interest
allowed on all daiiy balances.
President ? Joiin Skelton William
Yirp Prpsidpnfs i James Hl Docl6y
Sec'y and Treas, Henry Landon Cabai I
We^ Offar For Sale
,000
VIRGINIA CENTURY BONDS.
These Bonds are free of taxes
and are a legal investment for fidu
ciary fnnds.
SC0TT&STRINGFELL0W
Members Ne.v York Stock Exchange.
SAVEMONEY
By the Stamp System
for Savings of . . .
THE PRUDENTIAL
Banking and Trust Company,
1103 EAST MAIN STREET.
Any amount from One Cent L'p can
be saved by this plan.
Interest at 4 per cent. on
sums oF One Dollar or Up?
wards.
For full inforrration call on or address
The Prudential Banking
and Trust Company,
!(03 EAST MAIN STREET.
1 state Ii of TOiia
RICHMOND. VA.
Capital.$500,000
Surplus. S240.000
JOHN S. ELLETT, WILLIAM. M. HILL,
Prcslclciit Oasliier.
Directors: Aiexander Cameron. John H,
ElletL T. C. Williams. Jr.. Uranvilla ? .
Valentlae. Jtmes D. Cruxno. John R.
Williams. J. Al. Fourqurean. A. R. Eller?
son. J. I.. Antrlm.
IMNKKUI'TCY "VOT1C1-S.
NOTICE OF FIRST MEETING OP
CREDITORS.
In the Matter oi" l No. 140.
ABRAM-DETTELBACH, C In
a. Bankrupt. j Bankruntcy.
IX THE DISTRICT COURT OP THEJ
UNITED STATES FOR THE EAST
ERN DISTRICT OF VD3GINIA.
To the credltors of ABRAM DETTEL
BACH. of Richmond, ln the county ot
Henrico and district aforesaid, a bink
rupt:
Notice ls hereby given that on the 30th
day of January. A. D. 1000. the said
ABRAM DETTELBACH was duly adju
dlcated a bankrupt; and that tho flrsc
meeting of his creditors will be held ln
my offices, No. ""O-ta Shafer Building
(Tenth and Main streets). Richmond. Va...
on the 10TH DAY OF FEBRLTARIT. A. D.
1900, at 0:30 o'clock ln the forenoon. ac
which time the said creditors may at?
tend. prove their claims, appoint a trus
tee, examine the bankrupt. and transact
such other business as may properly
come before said meeting.
\VM. F. WICKHAM,
Referee in Bankruptcy.
February 3. 1000.
Allen G. Colllns. CounseL '
NOTICE OF- FIRST MEETING OF
CREDITORS. ?
In the Matter of ) No. 150.
R. C. AUNSPAUGH. V In
Bankrupt. V Bankruptcy;.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THB
UNITED STATES FOR THE EASTV
ERN DISTRICT OP VIRGrNIA.
To the creditors of R. C. AUNSPAUGH.
of Richmond. ln the county of Henrico
und dlstrlct aforesald. a bankrupt:
Notice ts hereby given that on tho
30th day of January. A. D. 1000, the aald
R_ C. AUNSFAUGH was duly adjudl
cated a bankrupt: and that the ftrst
meeting of his creditors will be held m
my offices. No. l*0-"i2 Shafer BuikUng
(Tenth and Main streets). In Richmond;
Va.. on the 12TH DAT OF FEBRUARY.
A. D- 1000. at 0:45 o'clock ln the forenoon,
at which time the satd creditors may *t
tend. prove their clalms, appoint a trus
tee." examine the bankrupt, and-transact
such other business as may properly
come before said meeting.
WM. F. WICKHA5I,
Referee ln Bankruptcy.
February 3. 100ft.
Smith, "Uoncure & Gordon, Counaet. j.

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