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PERSONAL AND GENERAL.
Intercali!? Facts AlKMit Richmond*?
Citizens ami Other Mntters.
Mr. J. A. Hallowcll, of Norfolk, is at
the Lexington. "**
- Mr. J. L. Patton. of Newport News, Is
a Richmond vi-ltor.
Mr.-. It. S. Sraiihcr, of Columbia. Va., Ss
stopp'.r.g at No. ?12 Ka*t Gra:e Street.
Mr. Andrew Milione continues critically
HI at his residence. No. SOM "CVilliams
burg Avenue.
Mrs T. S. Lloyd und family left
Tuesday night for Kent, O., to visit
friend!: there.
Mr. R. T. Crump, vice-president of the
bank, ha.*- been e'octed acting president
during tho Doctor's absence.
iF'-r the first time in his life Mr. ?. J.
"Williams, of Richmond, who is now In the
eevrnty-Flxih year of his *gc, yesterclsy
?*w a Governor of Virginia.
Rev. Carey E. Morgan will preach at
West-End Christian Mission, No. 12*5 West
Gary Street, to-nlsln at 8:J5 o'clock. The
public is cordially invited to attend.
Captain Asa Rogers. Deputy Collector
0? Interna! ?.?-enue of Petersburg, is in
the city, nttrnding to business connected
?with the In?crnsl Revenue office here.
There wall Ih- a called meeting or Abou
Ber Adeem Lodge. No. 2:0. I. O. O. F.,
on Friday n?Kht. for the purpose of
inhlatins'a large number of candidates.
A larite hai! will have to be secured
f?- the accommodation of the Immense
li.embership.
At tue annual meeting: of the Provi?
ci ?: Raving Bank Tuesday, the following
officers were re-elected: S. Galaski. presi?
dent; R. T. Orump. vice-president, and
John Warrington. cashier.
The bad condition of certain of the
streets of the city has created a great
deal of comment of late. The sidewalks
of Eleventh. Twelfth, Grace and Frank?
lin Street.? arc very rough and calculated
to mfike any one walk ungracefully.
Larfte holes, in which mud and water
accumulate, can be found along these
Streets.
Virginians in \'<:\v York.
NEW YORK. May 9.?Special.?Virgin?
ians in New York: Norfolk. W. W.
Robertson, Imperial: J. S. Wllklns. St.
Denis; Richmond. ?. M. Bell. Mrs. T. ?.
Parker. Miss E. Parker. Albert: Miss Mey?
ers. Mrs. Meyers. A?bemarlc; C. Y. Con?
stable, ??. L. Linder. W. W. Russell,
Broadway Central: C W. Rexi J. L. Roh.
lecher. Continental: Virginia. J. F. Chalm?
ers, Grand; W. H. Nelson. Sturtevant.
THE GREAT REUNION.
Letter From General fioriloii Coii
ceriiiti?r the Meeting.
The following letter from Gen. Gordon
"explains itself: ?
GEO. MOORMAN.
Adjutant-General and Chier of Staff,
824 Common Street (up-stairs).
New Orleans, La., May 5, 1900.
Gen. J. B. Gordon. Commanding United
Confederate Veterans. respectfully re?
quests that you will aid the patriotic and
benevolent objects of the United Confed?
erate Yeterans by publis.-iing immediately
in your next issue, dale Reunion is to
take place at Louisville, ICy., 011 May 30th,
31st and June 1st. 2d. 3. Wednesday, Thurs?
day, Friday, Saturday and Sundi'y, re?
spectively, with editorial notice of the or?
ganization, or please publish this letter.
Sunday, June 3d will be the ninety
second anniversary of the birth of our
beloved ex-President .leif'-rson Davis, and
Is set apart for "Memorial Cerem. nies"
to the memory of Mr. Davis, who was
born In Kentucky near by the scene of
the Heunion, to the peerless "Daughter of
the Confederacy." and to every one of our
heroin officers and privates who have
Kone to join them around the Great White
Throne.
Also to urge ex-Confederate soldiers and
tea?ors everywhere to form themselves im?
mediately into local associations and apply
to these headquarters by telegram or let?
ter for papers to organize in lime to parti?
cipate In the great reunion, to be held
at the "Hospitable City of Louisville, Ky,"
and thus unite with their comrades in
(carrying out the laudable and philanthropic
objects of the organization.
It will bo the largest reunion ever hold,
and the splendid Reunion Committee have
provided comforts, pleasures and enter?
tainments for the old Veterans, Sponsors.
Maids of Honpr. Sons and Daughters of
Veterans, Military Escorts, and all visit?
ors of all classes, upon the most magniil
cent scale ever before attempted. Please
urge all Yeterans, Sons and Daughters and
their families and friends to attend without
fail.
Business of the greatest Importance will
demand careful consideration during the
Tenth Annual heunion?such as the best
metl-ods of securing impartial history, and
to enlist each State in the compilation and
preservation of "the history of her citizen
soldiery; the benevolent care through Slate
aid or otherwise of disabled, destitute or
ajted veterans and the widows and orphans
of our fallen brothers-in-arms; the care
of the graves of our known and unknown
dead buried at Gettysburg, Fort Warren,
Camps Morton, Chase, Douglas, Oakland
Gcmetery at Chicago, Johnson's Island.
Cairo and at all other points; to see that
they are annually decorated, the head?
stones preserved and protected, and com?
plete lists of names of our dead heroes
with the location of their last resting
place furnished to their friends and rela?
tives through the -medium of our camps,
thus rescuing their names from oblivion
and handing them down in history; to as?
sist the noble "Daughters of the Confed?
eracy" to complete the monument to the
memory of Jefferson Davis, President of
the Confederate States of America, and to
aid in building monuments to other great
leaders, soldiers and sailors of the South;
to make such changes in the Constitution
end by-laws as e\perieace may suggest
and other matters of general interest.
Rev. B. M. Palmer, D. D., the great
Southern Divine, who devoted himself to
Ministrlal Service in the Army of- Ten?
nessee during the war. has consented to
deliver the Oration at the opening exercises
on May 30th.
Total number of camps now admitted
13G4 with applications In for nearly one
hundred more.
Following is the list of camps bv States
Texas. 241; South Carolina. 131; Georgia.
1T7. Alabama, 101, Arkansas. 78. Missouri.
7>: Miss., 78: T*nn. 75: Louisiana, a: Ken?
tucky, d?; North Carolina. 55: Virgina. 47:
Florida. 37; Indian Terrltory.24; West Vir?
ginie.. 21: Oklahoma. ?5; " Maryland. 12;
California. 4: New Mexico. 3; Illinois, 2;
Montana, 2: District of Columbia. 2; Color?
ado. 2: Indiana, i; Massachusetts, 1- Ohio
1; Arn-ona, 1.
Best Way to Help Yourself
USE OUR CELEBRATED
STEAM-DRIED
KINDLING ;: WOOD!
Price Ali Kindling.......?1.50
Price Kindling with Blocks.....$1.50
In ordering aJwaye ?ay which you pre?
fer.
RICHMOND CEDAR WORKS
?Phonea-Old. SU; New, S3.
Prompt delivers? ?nacantead.
SCHOOLS ANO COLLKGUS.
SUMMER LAW LECTORES
UM VEK?ITV OP VIRt.'l?lIA.
?? Summer. July 2 ta&e?n. 1. la?. K?fwciully help
| al to besinn??. : tu c?udidst?? ter *dj?l*?i?n t? t tie
fc?r; ?nd t? youct pisetittone? ?ho li??e lacked
? r.v?m?tic iDfVTtirtloe. Kor C?Ulcttnaaddr?a?
*. U J?lSUU, toreterr.tfcarUoMTUI?; V*.
f Licensed and Bonded Broker.
Richmond Loan Office. ^X
Money Lenders.
Nos. 216, 218, 220 N. Ninth St.
Liheral loans on satisfactory securities.
Great bargains in forfeited pledges at
about one-lialf original cost. Diamonds,
Watches, Jewelry, Bicycles, Guns. Pistols,
Musical Instruments, etc. Highest cash
prices paid for Old Gold and Silver.
S. BiCHBACH,
2I6? 218, 220 N. 9th St
All business strictly confidentiol.
WANT >
SEE THAT BLUEI : STREAK?? WHEN
you say "TRIBUNE" that is all there
is to it. There is one high grade, and
wc have It known the world over as
the perfection of wheels. "FEATHER
STONE" BICYCLE, fleet as a bird,
strong as a mule, at ci per pound. War?
ranted Tires, .?1.7G>; Gas Lamps, ?2;
Nickel Oil Lamps. 73c; Spokes. 2c. ;
Braes-Nick?l Foot Pumps. :;S<:. We have
equipped our shop with the "latest ma?
chinery" for building and enamelling
all kinds of Bicycles. Tricycles and
Baby Carriage repali--. Work guar?
anteed. HARRIS HARDWARE CO.,
No. 409 East Broad Street, Richmond,
Va. apS
WANTED-BY ? AN EXPERIENCED
business man. who can ?urni3h $5.000
'<o $10.000, to purchase an interest in, or
the whole of, some established paying
business?manufacturing preferred. All
communications treated with strictest
confidence. R. B. G.. Box 10. city. mhlS
WANTED. BY A FAMILY OF FIVE. A
SMALL HOUSE, of seven or eight
rooms, in the western portion of the
city, near the Soldiers' Home preferred.
State terms. Address HOUSE, care
Leader.
WANTED. PRINTING, PUBLICATIONS,
Catalogues. Job Printing. Press v? ork
for the trade: Linotype Composition.
WILLIAMS PRINTING CO., No. 8
South Tenth Street, Richmond.
WANTED, TWO ROOMS. WITHOUT
board, bv three young? men. between
Adams and Fifth Streets. State terms.
.??dress C. S.. Times office.
WANTED?TO BUY A SECOND-HAND
jog cart. Address, stating price and
style of cart, Z. K., care Leader.
??G.? WAN! KI>?Male.
EXPERIENCED CROCKERY PACKERS
wanted by THE MEYER STORE. Ap?
ply Superintendent's office.
SITUATIONS AVA ?????Male.
WANTED^ BY A REGISTERED PHAR
macist, a position. Have had long ex?
perience: am holding a position at pres?
ent, but wish to make a change. Ad?
dress REGISTERED, care Times office.
???G ???????--Keniale.
WANTED. SALESGIRLS. WITH OR
without experience. Apply to Super?
tendent. MILLER & RHOADS.
KOB SALM.
STOP PAYING RENT
buy a choice building-lot at Fulton Park
for
$2 Down 50 cts. Weekly. $2 Q
Only a. few more ieft at this price. Plenty
of FREE tickets at our office, on the
ground any day or Sunday. D. G. FUL?
TON, on the ground, Fulton Park, Fair
Oaks, Va. Take the Seven Pines elec?
tric any hour.
TIMBER FOR SALE
On about SIN HUNDRED ACRES OF
ORIGINAL FOREST, embracing a large.
amount of POPLAR. PINE and OAK. by
the Richmond Division of the Southern
Railway. Apply to
C. T. BETHELL,
my3 News Ferry. Va.
FOR SALE. TYPEWRITERS.?WE ARE
soiling: this month GO Caligraph Ma?
chines at ;?20 and ?25 each. Manufac?
turer's price. $S3 and $100. F. S. WEH?
STER CO.. :Jir> Broadway, N. Y.
WANTED, TO SELL. CHEAP. TWO
Second-Hand DELIVERY WAGONS;
may be arranged for a float; also, one
SET OF HARNESS. Can be seen at
HYGEA STABLES, No. -110 North Fifth
Street.
l-'OK RUNT.
"O OR RENT.
No. 830 WEST GRACE. 10 rooms; mod?
ern and complete. Apply. iriyC
BUSINESS OI'l'Ollll'MTIliS.
^^^ ^__^ ^ ?,--.?. ?
5 AND ??-CENT STORES.?WRITE FOR
prospectus. Company incorporated.
Stock for sale in lots of $100100 up. We
require Treasurer, also Store Managers,
who can invest or influence several
thousand dollars each. TEN-CENT
CO., care Times. myti
niKKTjNG ;.
A STATED COMMUNICATION OF
METROPOLITAN LODGE. No.
" 11. A. F. and A. Masons, will be
held at the Masonic Temple, corner of
Broad and Adams Streets. THIS (Thurs?
day) EVENING, May luth, at t? o'clock.
Master Masons in jrgood standing are
invited to attend. *?
By order of the Worshipful Master.
S. B. JACOBS, Secretary.
Hdqrs. R. E. Lee Camp. No. 1, C. V.,
Richmond, Va., May 10. 1!>00.
GENERAL ORDERS No. l.-COM
rades, you are requested to assemble at
St. John's Church, corner Twenty-fifth
and Broad Streets. THIS (Thursday)
EVENING, May 10th, at -1 o'clock
sharp, in uniform, for parade with Oak
wood Memorial Association.
By order of Commander David C.
Richardson.
J. TAYLOR STRATTON.
6 Adjutant.
Southern Railway Company,
Richmond, Va., May 1. WOO.
NOTICE.?A GENERAL MEETING OF
the stockholders of the Southern Rail?
way Company is hereby called, to be
held at the principal office of the eom
panv, in Richmond. Va., on FRIDAY,
June 1, 1!?00, at 11? o'clock A. M., for the
trans?ctipn of such business as may be
brought before the meeting, including
specifically:
(1.) To consider the desirability of
leaning in future, under the First Con?
solidated Mortgage Deed of the com?
pany, series of bonds bearing a rate of
interest less than f> per cent
(2.) To-consider the acceptance, as an
amendment of the charter of this eom
panv, of the act of the General Assem?
bly ;of the State of Virginia, approved
January :1S, 1900.
By order of the Board of Directors.
J OSI AH F. HILL,
myl Secretary.
TO THE STOCKHOLDERS OF THE B.
F. JOHNSON PUBLISHING COM?
PANY.?Take notice that. In pursuance
of a resolution of the Board of Directors
Of the B. F. JOHNSON PUBLISHING
COMPANY, adopted on the 2?th day of
April. 1000, there will be a general
meeting of the stockholders of said com?
pany on the It? a A DAY OF MAY. 1900,
at 4:30 P. M?, at the principal office of
said company. No, 905 East Main Street,
Richmond. Va. Said meeting is called
for the consideration and determination
of all questions" which may be brought
before said meeting.
B. F. JOHNSON.
ap2? President.
AUCTION SALES?TbleTJav.
By N. AV. Bowe.
Real Estate Auctioneer.
TRUSTEE'S SALE OF AN EXCEL?
LENT FRAME DWELLING? ON
TWENTY-THIRD STREET BETWEEN
R AND S STREETS, IN FAIRMOUNT.
WITH NEARLY ALL THE MODERN
CONVENIENCES, AND WITH STA?
BLE. CARRIAGE-HOUSE. ETC, EAST
i-r' AND ADJACENT TO THE CITY
OF RICHMOND.?By virtue of a deed
of trust to the undersigned, dated Octo?
ber 16, IK!!.", and duly recorded in the
onice of the clerk ?G the County Court
of Henrico. in Deed-Book 1G>0 "B, ' page
7K, there having been default in the pay?
ment of a portion of the debt thereby se?
cured, and bein<r directed so to do by
the beneficiary, I will sell, by public auc?
tion, on the premises, on
THURSDAY, MAY 10, 1900.
at (> o'clock P. M-, the excellent DWELL?
ING above referred to. together with the
Attractive lot on which it stands, front?
ing 40 feet on the west side of Twenty
third Street between R and S Streets.
The house contains about eight rooms,
is conveniently arranged, is supplied with
Water. &c, by means of a wind-mill, and
is altogether one of the most desirable
and comfortable homes to be found ariv
where. The lot is very broad, and has'a
cood stable and carriage-house on the
TERMS: Cash. N. W. BOWE,
Trustee.
N. B,?The auctioneer, in his individual
capacity, will lend to the buyer a large
part of the purchase-money for a term
of years. my?
Bv C. H. Oliver. Auctioneer,
?o. 20 East Broad Street.
By Pollard & Bagby,
Real Estate Auctioneers.
EXECUTOR'S AUCTION SALE
OF
Large and Attractive Lot
ON THE SOUTH SIDE OF BROAD BE?
TWEEN TWENTY-SIXTH AND
TWENTY-SEVENTH STREETS,
JUST THE BEST LOCATION ON
CHURCH HILL.
As executor of J S. Forbes, deceased, I
will sell, by auction, on the premises, on
THURSDAY. MAY 10, 1000,
AT 5:30 O'CLOCK P. M.,
the above-mentioned VALUABLE PROP?
ERTY. The lot has a frontage of (10 feet
by depth of 150 feet to alley in rear. It
is* useless to state that this is the most
desirable location on Church Hill, and is
a gem of a lot. It will be offered sepa?
rately and as a whole, thus giving all
"comers" an opportunity to buy a single
lot. or the entire property.
TERMS: One-third cash; residue at six,
twelve. eighteen and twenty-fourth
months, credit payments to be evidenced
by notes, with interest added, and se?
cured by trust deed.
my?". JOHN MANN, JR.. Executor.
By McVeigh & Gllnn,
Real Estate Auctioneers,
No. 1112 East Main Street.
? EXECUTOR'S S.^LK
li OF
Nos. 901 and 903 East Byrd St.
CORNER OF NINTH AND BYRD
STREEJ.?.V
At the request of the executor of C. Mc
Namara's estate, we will offer for sale,
at public auction, on the premises, on
THURSDAY, MAY 10, 1000,
at r> o'clock P. M... those TWO DESIRA?
BLE AND WELL-LOCATED BRICK
STORES, known as Nos. 001 and 003 East
Byrd Street. The improvements consist
of two good stores, with dwelling apart?
ments over them, containing 5 or 0 rooms
each. The lot fronts 44 feet S inches,
more or less, on the south side of Byrd
Street, and runs back on the east line of
Ninth Street 1">0 feet, more or less, to an
alley in common 13 feet wide.
This property should command the at?
tention of all real estate buyers, as it is
occupied by good tenants, is on the main
thorouginare between Richmond and
Manchester. It is near several railroad
depots, and is a No. 1 business stand.
TERMS: One-third cash: the balance at
six, twelve and eighteen months.
M'VEIGH & GL1NN,
my? Auctioneers.
By C. H. Oliver, Auctioneer,
20 East Broad Street.
SALE OF GROCERIES, STORE FIX-'
TURES, REFRIGERATOR, ETC.
At the request of Mr. P. H. Smith,'who
is declining business on account of health,
1 will sell at his store, No. 421 West Mar?
shall Street,
THURSDAY. MAY 10. 1000,
at 11 o'clock A. M., his entire stock of
groceries, consisting of two barrels of
molasses, one barrel of vinegar, one glass
front double refrigerator, flour, bacon,
canned and bottled goods, cakes, crack?
ers, meal, soaps, meat racks, tools, etc.
These goods are fresh and should com?
mand the attention of the trade.
C. II. OLIVER, Auctioneer.
AUCTION SALES? Future Days.
Pollard & Bagby,
Real Estate Auctioneers.
EXECUTOR'S AUCTION SALE
OF
VALUABLE
West Franklin Street Property
THE TWO BRICK DWELLINGS
KNOWN AS Nos. 305 AND 309,
BETWEEN MADISON AND
MONROE STREETS.
As executor of J. S. Forbes, deceased. I
will sell, by auction, on the premises, on
FRIDAY', MAY 11, 1000,
AT 5 30 O'CLOCK P.M., the attractive and
desirable property mentioned above. The
dwellings contain about 14 rooms each,
both ili good condition, with almost every
convenience and improvement. They will
be offered separately. The lots have a
frontage of 20 feet each by depth of 153
feet to 20-i'oot alley. This property needs
no comment?it speaks for itself.
TERMS: One-third cash; residue at six,
twelve, eighteen and twenty-four months,
credit payments to be evidenced by notes,
interest added, and secured bv trust-deed.
JOHN MANN. JR.,
my 6 Executor.
By Edward S. Rose Company, j
Real Estate Auctioneers,
No. 11 North Eleventh Street.
?
RUSTRES' AUCTION SALE
OF
A MOST VALUABLE
WITH ALL IMPROVEMENTS THERE?
ON, NORTHEAST CORNER SIXTH
AND BAKER STREETS,?
NAVY HILL.
By virtue of a certain deed of trust, dated
14th November, 1895, of record in the
clerk's office Richmond Chancery Court,
D. B. I5t> C. page S7, deiaiilt having been
made in the payment of the debt thereby
secured, and being required so to do bv
the bc-neliciary, we will sell, by auction,
upon the premises, on
TUESDAY, THE 15TH DAY' OF MAY,
1000,
at 5 o'clock P. M., the propertv above
located. The lot has a front of 30x124
feet to an alley in rear 1(! feet wide.
TERMS: Cash as to expenses of sale
and a balance due on bond of. $7ti3.V ; the
residue as may be named at.time of sale.
W. C. ARMITAGE,
?. M. FOSTER.
JOSEPH W. THOMAS,
Trustees.
Edward S. Rose Co., Auctioneers.
mylO
SPECIAL NOTICES
THE PLTBLIC IS HEREBY NOTIFIED
that on the 1st day of May, 1000, I sold
out mv interests in the business hereto?
fore conducted by the firm of BRILL &
RICHARDSON, and that I am no longer
a member of that firm.
(Signed) W. P. BRILL.
DURING THE MEETING OF THE TRI
UNION DENTAL MEETING eminent
dentists will operate, tree of charge,
upon suitable cases. Persons desiring
dental work apply at University College
' of Medicine, Twelfth and Clay Streets,
at 2 P. M, TO-DAY and TO-MORROW,
May 10th and llth.
AUCTION SAtK-Fe"^*^*^
By Sutton & Co.,
Real Estate Auctioneers.
Tenth and Bank Streets.
SALE AT AUCTION
OF THAT
LARGE, WELL-BUILT, THREE-STORY
AND BASEMENT
Detached Brick Dwelling,
SITUATED AT THE NORTHWEST
CORNER OF MARSHALL AND
TWENTY-FIFTH STREETS,
FOR MANY YEARS THE RESIDENCE
- OF THE LATE HIRAM OLIVER,
ESQ.
At the request of the owner, we shall
offer for sale, at public auction, upon the
premises, on
SATURDAY, MAY 12, 1000.
at 4:30 o'clock P. M., the above-described
PROPERTY
The dwelling is very substantially built,
and contains about lo rooms, with modern
improvements, Latrobe, &c, and is m
good repair. ..
The lot has a good frontage on the
north side of Marshall Street, and runs
back a depth of 165 ?eet. -
TERMS: Liberal and made known at
sale. SUTTON & CO.. Auctioneers.
IMMEDIATELY AFTER the above sale,
and at the request of Mr. Hiram Oliver s
executor, we shall offer the \ACANT
DOT adjoining the above property. myS
"TRUSTEE'S SALE
1 OF
VALUABLE FARM AND DWELLING,
NEAR CHESTERFIELD COURT?
HOUSE.
By virtue of a deed of trust from A. j.
Booth to the undersigned, dated March 2,
I&Ot?, I shall, on
MONDAY, THE 14TH DAY OF MAY. 1900,
at 1 o'clock P. M-, in front of Chester?
field' court-house, offer for sale publicly
that TRACT OF LAND, containing 160
acres, about one mile east of the court?
house, bounded by the lands of John I.
Ellison, W. Shade and others, having
thereon a large dwelling-house and all
necessary out-buildlnss, being Renerally
known as the Beasley tract. This is a
very desirable farm.
TERMS: Cash as to cost of trust and
enough to pay note of $500, with interest
from April 1, 1S96; balance, If any, upon
such credits as may be announced at
sale. PHILIP V. COGBILL,
Trustee.
A. L. Adamson, Auctioneer.
By A. J. Chewning Company,
Real Estate Auctioneers.
No. G North Tenth Street.
Two Brick Dwellings
NOS. 1315 AND 1317 WEST MAIN
STREET, TO BE SOLD BY AUC?
TION ON FRIDAY, MAY 11, 1900,
AT 6 O'CLOCK P. M.
We are instructed by the owner, who
needs money, to sell Hie above-mentioned
property, even thought it be at a sacrifice.
These DWELLINGS are in first-class or?
der, comparatively new, with all the MOD?
ERN CONVENIENCES, and rent readily.
Lots 171/0x96 feet to a 16-foot alley.
TERMS: One-third cash and balance at
twelve months, with interest.
A. J. CHEWNING CO.,
Auctioneers.
By A. L. Adamson,
Real Estate Auctioneer,
Manchester, Va.
?
RESTEES' AUCTION SALE
OF A
Valuable Suburban Farm
CONTAINING ?o ACRES. MORE OR
LESS, FRONTING ON THE BROAD
ROCK ROAD.
TWO MILES FROM THE CITY OF
MANCHESTER. IN CHESTER?
FIELD COUNTY, VA.
By virtue of a deed of trust from John
R. Cole and wife, dated November 10,
1894, and recorded in D. B. No. 00. page
No. 373, default having been made in the
payment of one of the notes secured
thereby, and being requested so to do by
the holder thereof, we will sell, at public
auction, on the premises,
SATURDAY, THK 12TH DAY OF MAY,
1000,
at 4 o'clock P. M.. the abo\tvATTRAC?
TIVE FARM, which is admirably adapted
to dairy and truck farming. The dwelling
is a large, substantial building, in ah un?
usually well-located yard, with hand?
some oak shade, barn, stables, etc.; quite
a variety of fruit trees, excellent water.
This is a delightful country home for a
business man.
TERMS: Cash as to executing this
trust, taxes and insurance, if any, due,
and to pay the said note of $1,800.00,
tcgetber with interest thereon from No?
vember 10, 1800. The balance upon such
terms as will be announced tt the salt?.
II. L. CAREL I..
A. L. ADAMSON,
my2 Trustees.
By C. L. & H. L. Denoon.
Real Estate Agents and Auctioneers,
No. S21 Alain Street.
TRUSTEES' SALE
OF
'?HAT VERY DESIRABLE, CENTRAL?
LY LOCATED
THREE-STORY AND BASEMENT
BRICK DWELLING
No. 604 E. LEIGH ST.
By virtue of the provisions of a certain
deed of trust, dated September 20, 1S0S,
and of record in clerk's office of Richmond
Chancery Court, D. B. 103 A, page 487,
default having been made in the payment
of certain notes therein secured, and
being required so to do, we will sell, by
public auction, on the premises, on
SATURDAY'. MAY 12. 1000,
at 5:30 o'clock P. M.. that EXCELLENT
THREE-STORY AND BASEMENT
BRICK DWELLING, No. 004 EAST
LEIGH STREET, containing 12 rooms,
bath, range, hot and cold water and all
other modern conveniences. The dwell?
ing is in perfect order, all the rooms being
nicely papered. The location is a most
desirable one in every particular. Inves?
tors and home-seekers generally are in
\-ited to attend this sale, as a bargain
may be expected.
TERMS: One-fourth cash; balance at
six, twelve and eighteen months.
C. L. DENOON.
DANIEL GRINNAN,
Trustees.
C. L- & H. L. Denoon, Auctioneers.
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By Charles A. Rose.
Real Estate and Loans,
No. 11 North Tenth Street.
TRUSTEES' AUCTION SALE
OF
Valuable Harvie Town Lots,
325 FEET ON WlND-ft STREET NEAR
RANDOLPH.
By virtue of a certain deed of trust to
the undersigned, trustees, dated Decem?
ber 15, 1S92, duly recorded in D. B. 147
B, page 3S0, Richmond' Chancery Court,
default having been made in the debt
thereby secured, and being required so
to do by the beneficiary under said deed, I
shall sell the above-mentioned unim?
proved property, upon the premises, on
FRIDAY'.u AY 11, 1000,
at 5 P. M. SHARP, separately or as a
whole, reserving the privilege of accept?
ing the highest bid in either instance.
These lots will make beautiful bu?uing
sites, fronting on the northern line o"f
WINDEk STREET 325 FEET, distant
125 feet from the eastern line of Ran?
dolph Street, by a depth of 125 feet.
TERMS: Cash as to costs and expenses
of executing this trust, all city and State
taxes that may be due, and a note for
$l,_Ov_with interest thervon from Decem?
ber 15, 1S?7, until day of sale.
JOHN DUNLOP.
CHARLES A. ROSE,
Trustees.
Charles A. Rose, Auctioneer.
SDMVKB RESORTS.
??? VIEW
?Kot? S y
OCEAN VIEW,
VIRGINIA
E..F. DOUGHERTY, Proprietor.
Open for the Season of 1900
ON MAY 15th.
The house has been thoroughly over?
hauled, and is in first-class condition.
Good salt water fare and tiie best service
guaranteed.
New Fishing Pier,
extending 900 feet out into the bay. Elec?
tric lights and good drinking water. Best
bathing and fishing on the coast.
Electric line to Norfolk; ferry to Old
Point.
Send for pamphlet. Address
E. F. DOUGHERTY.
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Ocean View, Va.
Directly opposite the Capes, two miles
above Fort Monroe. Finest bathing and
fishing on the coast. New pleasure and
fishing pier over 400 feet long.
Open May 21st. For rates apply to
CHAS. H. HEWINS. Manager,
Hampton, Vn.
BATH COUNTY, VA.,
ARE ???? OPEN FOR GUESTS.
For circulars and terms address
EUBANK & GLOVER.
Warm Springs,
myl Bath county, Va.
li Util ILI-l'Avenue,
, Banff, the most ae?
? ?g-htful health and
j pleasure resort in the
? world. Reached by
j the Canadian Pacific
! Railway. 00 hours
from Washington. Ap
\V. Merkle,
Pennsylvania
Washington.
j C. G. Osburn, 120 E.
Baltimore Street, Bal
! Baltimore. H. Mc
i Murtrie, 629-631 Chest?
nut Street, Philadel
! phia.
AMUSKMENTS.
RICHMOND'S POPULAR PLACE OF AMUSEMENT
To-Night at 8:15 o'Ciock.
Matinee To-Day at 2:30.
Lillian Burkhart & Co., Larry Dooley
and Charles Kent, The Melrose Bros.,
Howard and Bland, Swift and Hubtr, and
The Morrelos.
Ho?dini, the Handcuff King, next week.
lACADEMY_0_F MUSIC.
Corbett - Jeffries Fight,
FRIDAY, MAY llth, 9 P. M.
Full Description of this Great Battle as
Being Fought.
Admission. 50c and 25c
A C?RNSV?L FEATURE.
THE KING OF HANDCUFFS.
FIRST NIGHT
0F STREET FAIR,
A CEREMONY NEVER BEFORE
WITNESSED IN RICHMOND.
250 PEOPLE ont?e STAGE!
Including King Rex. The Cardinal. The
Lord Mayor,"The Keeper ol the Rolls.
The Key Bearer, The Court Jester, The
Heralds, The Court Functionaries, and the
Knights of the Golden Horseshoe
Together With a
BRASS BAND OF 60 PIECES. |
10 Cents Extra for Reserved Seats.
Entire Gailery, ?Oc.
CURTAIN RISES 8:15 P. ft
THE FAITHFUL CIRCLE OF KING'S
DAUGHTERS will give "A MEASUR?
ING PARTY" at No. 105 North Fifth
Street. MAY llth, from S to 10 P. M.
Readings by Rev. Mr. Barr. Music and
refreshments.
The Confederate Museum
TWELFTH AND CLAi STREETS.
Open daily from 9 A. IL to 5 P. H.
Admission. 55 cent?. Free on Sa tur?
togs._ del8-ly
THE VALENTINE MUSEUM
????????? AND CLAY STREETS;
? - C11?0 daily from 10 A. M. to 5 P. M.
1 Admission as cent?. Free on Saturday?.
FINANCIAL.
Savings Batik
of Richmond
HftS REMOVED TO ?IS NEW QUARTERS,
NEXT TO HOTEL LEXINGTON and
OPPOSITE THE "RICHMOND DISPATCH" OFFICE,
Sums Received from
$1.00
AND UPWARDS
And Interest Allowed.
17 L Main St,
Wc extend a cordial welcome to all our depositors and to those who
desire to open an account for savings.
R. A. PATTERSON, President?
L. Z. MORRIS, Vice-Pr?s. JAS. M. BALL, Cashier.
VIRGINIUS NEWTON. PRESIDENT;
J. B. BEASLEY. Cashier.
UNION BANK OF RICHMOND.
ORGANIZED MAY 3, IS66.
Capita!.$219.750
Undivided Profit.$280.000
Deposits.$1.200,000
Virginios Newton.
R. T. Arrington, Jr.. b. alsop, t. \y. Pe.mberton, j
N. W. Bowe. Chas. Davenport. <
Small and Large Deposits Solicited,
Interest Allowed.
LOANS NEGOTIATED.
THE NATIONAL BANK OF VIRGINIA
UNITED STATES AND STATE DEPOSITORY.
Capital, - $500,000
GEO. L. CHRISTIAN, President. W. M. HABLISTON, Vice-Pres't & Chairman Ex. Coin tee
T. K. SANDS. Cashier. O. S. .MORTON, Ass't Cashier.
DIRECTORS.
GEO. L. CHRISTIAN, BEN.I. P. ALSOP, II. THEODORE ELLYSO.N. JOHN ADDISOt?,
F. E NOLTING, GEORGE R. CANNON, R. LANCASTER WILLIAMS, J. II. CAPERS,
E. D. WILLIAMS, H. fft. VAUGHAN, T. II. ELLETT. R. G. REFOLDS.
T. A. CARY, B. RAND WELLFOPD, J. W. ROTIIEKT, W. M. HABLISTON,
ROBT.S.BOSHER.
- - ACCOUNTS SOLICITED. - -
interest Paid on Deposits in Sav'ngs Department and on Certificates of Deposit.
LETTERS OF CREDIT. FOREIGN EXCHANGE.
United States and State Depository,
CAPITAL,.$200,000.00.
OLIVER J. SANDS, President. J. W. L0CKW00D. VIcc-Prosidcnt. J. W. L0CKW00D. Ir.. Cashier
_?i*k_:c_okS:
WM. C. CAMP,
1. W. L0CKW00D.
W. R.McCOMB,
WM. J.PAYNE.
OLIVER i. S?NDS.
W.B.SAUNDERS.
LEONI. STP.AU3E.
PHILIP WHI?LOCK.
CHARLES ?. WINGO.
[Attorneis: O'FERRELL and REGESTE?5.
Accounts of corporations, firms and individuals received on favorable terms.
Small accounts solicited. Bank Is fitted with special conveniences for its cus?
tomers. Separate desks for ladies. Interest paid on special deposits. Cus?
tomers' private boxes taken care of free of charge in our vaults. Foreign
exchange. "Letters of credit. "We invite you to open an account.
^~;u*?^^_cS_,>_r~_r_^
i
i
i Capital.-. $100.000 ^
?
r
S
mania Investment Company g
OF CINCINNATI, OHIO. *F3
?? Reserve and Surnlus. $125,000 s ?
gsp^_ A Guaranteed 8?0 Investment |
hh Full particulars and information concerning this excellent company can be had *?+
?-'g bv calling on or writing ?4
<L EDW. H. SMITH. Local Mgr.. 819 E. Main St., Richmond. Va. jg
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v'Vviwiw.LvV.lWIy_v_^
Tie Slate Baii? of Virp?a
RICHMOND. VA.
Capital.$500.000
Surplus. ...?. S240.000
JOHN S. ELLE'fT, WILLIAM. M. HILL
President. Cashier.
Directora: Alexander Cameron. Jonn 3
Ellett. T. C. Williams. Jr.. tiranviue a
Valentine. James D. Crump. John R.
Williams, J. M. Fourcrurean, A. R. Eller
Kon, J- L. Antrim.
Largest Capital of Any Bank or Trust Com
pany in the South Atlantic States.
PO TRUST
AND
Safe Deposit Company,
Northwest Corner 10th ami Slain St*
K1CH3IOXD. VA.
CAPITAL, - - $1,000,000
Does a general Trust Company
business. Deposits received and j
interest allowed thereon.
President - - John Skeiton Williams
G James H. Dcoley,
Vice-Presidents^ Frank A. Davenport j
( Henry L. Cabe!!.
Treasurer, Lewis D. Crenshaw, Jr.
One Reason L?
thatwa are up-to-date, and hard
vkorkers.
Extracts from fetters re- j
celved from our patrons:
?"I am pleased to
state that since the
first of the j'ear 1
have found our con?
nection with your agency a very valuable
one."
"Your quick and reliable report saved
us an ?SO.CO shipment last week, which
would have been a total loss."
"Our credit man says our connection
with your agency is the be-st we have."
"We use the Snow-Church Co. for our
collections, and find it the most satisfac?
tory way of collecting we have ever had."
THE SNOW-CHURCH CO.'
The
First National Bank
Has for sale and issue immediately
at its ortice
Brown Brothers & Co.'s
Travellers'
Letters of Credit.
ALSO THEIR
'International GSiecks,"
Bound in bnoks of ten checks each,
in denominations of
v? 5 Per Check,
??0 Per Check,
?20 Per Check.
These are unique, providing in themselves
the means of identification of the bearer
and naming the exact amount to be received
in the money of the country where they are
negotiated.
We Have lor Sale
The New 5 Per Cent. Preferred
Stock of the
Atlantic Coast Line
Railroad Company
and recommend it as an investment.
SCOTT & STR1NGFELL0W,
Bankers end Brokers.
C. W. BRANCH & CO.,
STATE BANK BUILDING.
BANKERS and BROKERS
Privat? wires New Tor?. Chicago and
all princisal trad? cenir??. ?<?.??

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