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DR. EVANS CALLED
HeWill Preach There Sundav Morn?
ing and Night.
* VERY ABLE PREACHER.
Her. Mr. McDanicl Accepts Call to
Xewport N c w s ? Wc.t-Ihul
Pa. tor?Bellj-louS News
The vostry of Monumental Eplscopal
Church of this city. have extended a call
_>! Lev. William E. Evans, D. D.. Of Trinty
Church. Columbia. S. C A committee
_vaiu-U on him ai his home last Sunday.
31c promlse_ to give the matter earnest
and prayerful consideration, and spoke
nt hisJove for Virghiia. the native _.tat_
of hlmfi-lf and his wife, and of the
mleasuie it would give him to come back
.?cn- to live. i.uiil he see his way clear
to do so.
The members of the committee were
cnuch enceiirageC, and. although Dr.
Evans' present charge is a very large and
-nfluential one, being probably the largfest
BplSCOpal' congregatioa in South Caro?
lina. they feel hopefui of induclng him
io comt to Richmond.
They extended an invitation to him to
come bere with his wife and look over
tiie iitld. and a telegram was received
Trom him Monday msht. saylng he" would
bi here Saturday. anu will conduct the
services at the ilonumi :ital church on
gundav, and preaei bota morning and
Dr. Evans is rcgardsd as one of the
ab'ost "pn-chers ln the church in tha
eountry. and the Monumental church will
be fortunate, indecd, to secure him.
l w.i.Ll) Mll. M'DANIEL.
Rev. Ch_rles G. McDankl. a member of
Grace-Street Baptist church, and a recent
Jrruduate of Uie Rochcstc-r Thcological
fseminary. has accepted a call to the SeC
c>nd Baptisl church, Newport News. Va.
_t Is espected that bls ordination as a min?
ister will occur about the lst of July.
Mr. McD.im.l is a ivc-il-known young
jman. and ls highly thought of in this city.
_ile has been heard on several occasions
here and has ever given great pleasure to
ftjis audiences. The church to which he
jfoe. is young. but i. in a nciidiborhood
That is constaiifly growing, and it will soon
'ii. one of tbe foremost churches in Vir
Bev. James O. Kirk. of this city. has
been called 10 a church in Tennessee, but
4ii. friends are very reluctant to see him
leave tho State.
lt< v. Dr. John William Jones, who re?
turned r. day or two ago from the meeting
Of the Ckmfederate Veterans in Louisville,
Jvv.. is now busily engaged arranging for
his removai to Chapel Hill, N. C, where
be has already accepted the pastoral
charge of the Baptist church.
Tho Board of Managers ol" the Bible
.Society ol" Virginda met at 5 o'clock yes
fterday afternoon in tho Bible Society of
Siee. Routine business was transacted.
NOW QUTTE WELL.
Dr. A. E. Dlckinson gave his friends
pn agreeable surprlsc by walking into the
fcollege chapel Sunday nieht to hear Dr.
?Greene preach. He was cordially weicom
?-d to the platform, and many friend.- c-oii
jgratuliiteu him on his Improved health.
1 >r. Greene received news Monday that
She son of one of his deacons, in Wash
ngtoa, liad been terribly broken up by a
railroad aeddent near Petersburg. He
rwi-nt over Monday afternoon to look af
|t_r the sufferer. lb- left Petersburg Mon
liay night for Washington.
At the joint celebration of the two liter
__ry boi :? i:' - oi Kichmond College Monday
aiight. in. Hawthorne presented the medal
tn tbe best orator. One passage of his
laddress was rcsponded to with long-con
ilnued and deafenlngapplause. He said:
"As long as there is a truth to be pro
clahned, a r;e,hUous cause to be vindi
cated. a wrong to be dlscrowned, and a
right to he diadeuied. tlie world will have
need of her orators. Orator. have lived
in every age. and their viclories have
been ihe grand'. st of human arhjeve
_ii( :11s. Eli.iah, 011 Mt. Carmcl; John the
Baptist, on tiie banks -.?: the Jordan;
J'aul, on Mar.. Hill; Demosthenes, before
the Atlicnian populace; Clcero. in the
Jtoman Senate; Chrlsostom, in the
Cathedral of old Antioch; Edmund Burke,
in th 1 British Parliament; Mirabeau, in
tin- French Assembly; Patrick Henry, on
the hustings; Daniel Webster. at Bunker
Hill monument; Henry Clay. in the haUs
bf Congress; William L. Yancey, in tho
Charleston G nvenllon; Henry W. Grady,
.'.: ti. ? 1: i; I -, I inquet; and William Jcn
Kdng? Bryan, before the assemfTied repre?
sentatives of American Democracy, aro
commandlng figures in the world's great
plciure-gallery, Hustratlng ihe imperial
power .f human eloqui nce. The man who
eays that the genius of oratory bas suc
outnbi-J to the lepn . y of materialism.
ihat th.- pres has supplanied the pulplt,
and that money klngs will henceforth
gulde tiie counclls and rbape the destlnies
of natlons, is o th. r dlsgracpfully ur.iruth
tful or justly cbargeablc with aii inexeusa
b_ ar.d shameful Ignorance."
A pastor has not yet been chosen tor the
_n-w VVest-End Christi*-: ?shurch. but the
matter ls under consldeiation, and an
announcement may be made shortly. The
Christian minister- of this city and Maa
chester will pr_ach at the huivh and con?
duct legu'.ur services until so'iie act:on is
The Mothodlsis oi the Methodist E;>is
ccpal Church, South. wil! hold ilieir lirst
session ol Southern Epworxh Leaguers in
Atlanta on July 25t_i to 29th.
Tho gentlemen appointed ta secure funds
tfor a better equipment of the Woman's
College are energetically organizing for the
campaign. Dr. Hatcher rem.trked yesterday
Ih ? M. M. w i.'.i. an honored alumnus
?>?: Richm ind C Uege, after la>.ng tiis
plans to be at :hj banquet of his alraa
_r__ter _b_8 afternoon, :hids that it is im?
possible to come.
Miss Manba Snoad, of Fluvanna, sang
a solo and also a duet with Mr. Haddou
Wf.tkins. at the Grac -street Baptist
<::;urch Sunday m irning. Her voloe is pow
?r:ul ar.J Bweet and calk?j forth much ud
l-xpcrk-iioe of _?hr_?c Pdc-lical Misslon
aries in a Uo_pilal at Yokohmiia.
CINCINNATI. June 33.-The friends Of
Dr. Adalinc- H. Keisey aud. Dr. Hana Abe
and Kaku Sudo will symjjathize .with
them iu their lll-fortune at Yokohoma.
Japan. Drs. Abe and Sudo are two Ja
;.a::c_?. women who wcrc graduated from
ihe i_aura ilemoriu! Medical College here.
They and Dr. Kol.scy have been Oolng
missionary work in Japan, and have had
_ha__re of the Negishi Hospitai in a sub
Ulb of Yokohuma.
The hospitai was founded by them and
maintaiiied by their own .fforis. Dr. Kel
sey wrote to a friend recently that tho
Puddhists have grown in power an_
gain. _ cotnplew control of Neglshi Ho_
pltal. The l^uddhists were jealous of the
("3irl?t!an?, und although they wanted
_th* _ospital. lt was to be under th-ir con
tro] and no Christian teachings were to
The three doctors pavc up Ihe work ancl
have Btart-d 3 new work for the poor in
tho same vicinity. They have opened a
aispensary and help the poor with food and
ciothes as before, besides visiting them in
Hair homes. Thov have n small sanltn
rlum for mlsslonariea. Meanwhilc Ne
Kishi Hospital. wh re they have worked
for three years, is tlosed, as the Buddhists
cannol rind a heathen doctor willing to
live there- and work for the pnor.
YALE'S SOPHOiYlOBE SOCIETIES
The Faculty to Tnko No Stops Touard
Abolishing Them Till Fall.
NEW HAVEN, Juno 11.?It was an?
nounced to-night that Ihe soimomore so?
ciety men of Yale have galried a point in
th. ir efforts to induce tbe faculty to i>ost
pene until fall action on the nrtition to
abolisb the sopnomorc fiocieties. No
further action on the petiton will be
taken before tho opening of the next
school year ln September. A leading mem
Ix r -.f t; ?_? faculty i.- quoted as follows:
"We feel th.it coal, deliberate action is
necessary on the petition. We think that
Harvard, in 1666, actc-.l too hastily ?n a
similar case and has since keenly re?rretted
the haste with which it acted. AVe feel
that we need more time for relleciion."
According to the recent vote of the Yale
faculty tho sophomore societles have been
ordered to IniUate no more members for
the present. They are now practically in
a -?tatc of susponsion. and must remain so
till tlu- next school year opens.
Mine. AugiiKta Lohinanu Dead.
SANTA CRUZ. CAL.. Juno 11.?After
twenty years' resi_ence, here Mme. Au?
gusta Lchmann died last nighL She was
a German opera singer and court slnger
in A'ienna for years. She came to this
country -with Parepa Rosa and until re?
cently taught singing here.
T<> "Ifeot Miss Stuart.
There will be a meeting of all the
branches of the Woman's AuxDiary in
Richmond and vicinity this afternoon at
5 o'clock ln the lecture-room of Grace
Kpiscoj.al Church to meet Aliss Stuart,
the Dioccsan ofiicer.
To Go Once Means to Go Again and
The Sunday trips to Wrcst Point by way
of the Southern Road are becoming more
popular each Sunday. Those who go
on these trips once, go again. for they
realize that much good results therefrom.
The water at AVest Point is'as good as
any in Virginia,, and the salt atmosphere
is health glving. Train leaves Richmond
every Sunday at i):_tf A. M.. returning,
leaves West Point at 6:20 P. AI. No dust,
no dirt, clean ride. seventy minutes' run
each way. Round trip, sixty cents. Din?
ner at Terminal Hotel, 50 cents, including
fish, oysters, crabs and all sea food.
WANTED. TWO FURNISHED ROOAIS.
with board or not. for man nnd wife
and friend. beginning July lst. Give
terms. referenc-e. &c. to B. BLACK,
_41 Tremont Street, Boston.
AVANTED?TO RENT OUT A SECOND-"
Iloor FLAT of four rooms; also two
ROOAIS on third floor, partially furnisli
ed; to a desirable party very low rent;
use of kitchen if desired. No. 313 East
AVANTED?OCCUPANT3 FOR LARGE
airy room on first floor. also one large
room on second floor, with board; gen?
tlemen whose familics are leaving the
city can be furnish'd meals at reason?
able rates at No. _1S East Alain Street.
IV2oc?oI Sumntcp Tlieatre.
DESHON OPERA COMPANY
Including IULIA GIFFOSD and CLAUDH AMS
NIGHT PRICES: 10, 20,_and 30.
"Cliimes of Normandy'' ThursJay.
Cool and Comfortablei, even in this Scorch
Iced Air! Electric Fans!
The GifFen Gomnany,
"Never has there' been such a gathering
of artists iu one company here before."?
"A SOCIAL HIGHWAYMAN."
and Power Company.
The Q_icke_t and Mo^t Convenient
Route to the CASlNO. Safe. Comforla
ST. JOSEPH'S ASYLUM.
% TAKE THE J
J SMOOTH, I
I TO THE
The Confederate Museum
TWELFTH AND CLAx STREETS.
Open daily from 8 __ H. to _ P. _?.
Admisslon. _S cents. Free on Satur
THE VALENTINE MUSEUM
KIEVENTH AND CLAY STREETS.
Open daily from 10 A. M. to 5 P. _f.
Admis-lun 25 canu. jFrse on ?at-rdav_.
AUCTIOX SALES?ThU Uay.
By J. B. Elam & Co?
Real Estate Auctioneers.
UBLIC AUCTION SALE
Desirable frlodern Detached
WEST MARSHALL STREET.
Bv request of the owner, who is re?
solved to sell, wc shall sell, by pubiic
auction, on the premises, on
WEDNESDAY. JUNE 13; 1900,
at G o'clock P. M., the above-named
MODERN LY-CQNSTRUCTED. S EVE3
ROOM. DETACHED BRICK DWELL?
ING. lt is a most desirable home, de
lightfully elevated, has the usual conye
nienc.s, and is in nice order. It is sit?
uated in a good renting locality. and will
make a good home or safe Investment.
Be sure to nttc-nd this sale.
___Jt.MS: Extra easy and announced at
sale. J. B. ELAM & CO.,
je*j Auctioneers. ?
J. Thompson Brown & Co.,
Real Estate Agents and Auctioneers.
OF ______ ,
OF THE LATE
Col. William E. Tanner,
No. 220 South Third Street,
WEST SIDE. BETWEEN CANAL AND
We will sell, at pubiic auction, on the
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 13, 3000,
at 0 o'clock P. M.. that MODERN AND
t-PACIOUS RESIDENCE. located as
above. The residence is three-story and
basement, containing 3-1 rooms, spacious
halls, elegant parlor and dining-room.
large and handsome chamber_, an ele?
gant wide balcony porch on front and
= iiic of the residence. The entire prem?
ises are admirably construoted, with
architectural sklll and ability. Its beat?
ing arrangements are of the most sub?
stantial order and latest improved de?
signs. The entire construction was un
uer tiie immedlate supervision of Colonel
Tanner, who spared neither time nor
money in providing all that ls desirable
and comi'ortable for a lirst-class home.
The lot fronts 60 feet 10 inches, with a
depth of 150 to an alley 15 feet wide.
This property, though costing $35,000 to
construct, will be sold without regard to
cost and at a great sacritice. Any one
seeking a residence with all the comforts
of a lirst-class home. centrally located,
and in a retirod and refined locality,
could not do better than secure this
TEKAiS: One-third cash; balance at
ono. two and three years, with interest,
secured by trust-deed on the property.
C. XV. TANNER,
WILLIAM E. TANNER, JR.,
By N. XV. Bowe.
Real Estato Auctioneer.
Q ALE OF A COMMODIOUS
And 15 Acres of Land,
ON THE EAST SIDE OFBROOK TURN
PIKE. ABOUT A HALF MILE BE
YOND THE CITY LIMITS,
AND OPPOSITE TIIE PROJECTED
EXTENSION OF LOMBARDY
At the request of the owner, I will sell,
by pubiic auction, on the premises, on
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 13, 3000,
at t; o'clock P. M., that VERY DESIRA
j_LE SUBURBAN HOME, for a long time
occupied by B. T. McCue, Esq.
This propertv is situated on the Brook
road. which was wldened. macadamized
and attractively bordeied with trees and
shrubbery by the late Major Lewis Giri
ter, in a manner that makes this thor
oughfare the handsomest and most popu?
lar of the drives radiatlng from the city;
and through this land Chamberlayne Ave?
nue, another handsome drive, has been
projected in its southern extension.
The improvements consist of a delight?
ful two-story residence, containing about
nine rooms. with broad porohes front and
rear, and with an attractive lawn in its
front. The outbuildings are of the usual
The land is well adapted for cultivation,
a portion of it being well set in fruit
trees. T'ne nearness of this land to the
city on one side, and to the Union TheO
logicai Seminary on the other, makes it
desirable as a home at the present time,
with every probability of great enhance
ment in value in the near future.
TERMS: One-third cash, und the bal?
ance ;it one and two years, with interest,
payable semi-annually, and secured by a
trust-deed. N. W. BOWE.
By E. A. Catlin.
No. G North Eleventh Street.
i-nj ALDEMARLE STREET.
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 13TH, 0:30 P. M.
OLD BUSINESS STAND,
Lot 30 Feet Front and Good Depth
to an Alley.
At tho time named I will sell, at pubiic
auction, the PROPERTY located as
above described. . E. A. CATLIN,
Bv N. W. Bowe,
Real Estate Auctioneer.
OF :' ' I "!v
SUBURBAN ACREAGE LAND
Frame Dwelling Thereon.
SITI'ATED ON EAST LINE OF BROOK
TERNl'lKE. ABOUT A QUARTER
OF A-MILE FRM THE
By virtue of authority vested in me by
the will of Leonard Chamberluin, de?
ceased. duly recorded in Henrico Circuit
Court. in Will-Book No. 3, page 93, I will
sell, by pubiic auction, on the premises, on
TEESDAY. JUNE 12. 1000,
at 0 o'clock P. M.. that SMALL BUT
VERY VALUABLE TRACT OF LAND
above referred to. containing about se-ven
acres. and situated on the Brook turn
pike, O3>posito what was formerly known
as Harvev's nurscries. This land, locaied
so close io the citv offers inducements
to all classes of purehasers, and should
attract investors as Well as truckers and
others. The dwelling-hoiise of five or six
rooms. thoujrh modest. is very comforta
uie. and w_u mako a snug home.
TERMS: One-third cash, and balance
at one and two years, for notes, with inte?
rest, payable semi-annually in separatc
notes. and secured by deed of trust, or
all cash. at the option of the nurchaser.
The above sale was postponed on ac?
count of the threatening weather until
TO-DAY. JUNE 13TH,
at C:_. P. M.
in a lainute; all druggists or
The Ti-Lo Medical Co;
2_. Broad w ay, N-w _or_. i
' Send for Book lot.
AUCTIOJM. SALES--Fu'nre liaytiT
By A. J. "chewnlng Company,
Real Estate Auctioneers.
p OURT SALE
LOT WITH OLD BUILDINGS THEREON,
33 Feet on Jackson Street
35 Feet on Duval Street.
By virtue of a decree of'the Richmond
Chancery Court, entered Alay --, lim m
tne suit of- AViJliam A. Button vs. ..\\ U
liam AI. Batton and others, we will. as
epecial commissioners, thereby appointeti,
proct-ed td sell, by auction, upon tne
THURSDAY. JUNE ?. J000.
at r,::io o'clock P. M.. that PARCBL OF
LAND. with the improvements thereon,
fronting 33 feet on the north side ot Jaelt
son Street, between St. Paul and St.
Peter Streets, ancl exteridihg back on the
east line 91' feet, and on the west line S...
feet to Duval Street, upon which it fronts
Four dwelling- erccted upon this lot
wouid pay a handsome uividond.
TERMS: Om-third cash; balance at six,
twelve und eighteen months, tor negotia?
ble notes. interest added. and title re?
tained untii all the purchase-money is
paid and a coaveyance ordered by the
court. " SOL. CCTCHI2SS,
M. P. HOWARD,
The bond required of the special com?
missioners by the above decree has been
duly given. _. _ ,
jeO CHARLES O. SAVILLE, Clerk.
Bv Charles A. Rose,
Real Estate Auctionecr,
11 North Tenth Street
Valuable West Broad Street
Bv virtue of a decree of the Chancery
Court of the citv of Richmond, entered
in cause "Watkihs vs. V\ atkins, No?
vember :*0, 1S93, the undersigned, special
commissioner, will sell, at pubiic auction,
upon the premises. on
FRIDAY, JUNE lo, 1000,
at (5 P AI sharp, the following described
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE (with small
improvements thereon). -Known u* t.t.. i
No 1400 WEST BROAU, AM) hll .
ATED AT TIIE INTERSECTION Oi
BROAD AND BOWE STKEI-1'ls.
The lot fronts oi feet on the northwest
corner of Broad and Bowe Streets, ex
tehding ndrthwafdly along the western
line of Bowe Street, between oorallel
lines, 150 fcet to a _0-foot alley, in
common. , . ,.
This property is located opposite the
beautiful grounds of Richmond (.oilc-se.
and is in the most rapidiy-improvnig sec?
tion o? the city. , ,
TERMS: One-fourth cash; balance at
six, twelve and eighteen months, secured
uyon the property. with interest added
from date of sale, title retained until ail
purchase-money is paid, or ail in cash,
at the option of purchaser, nnd convey
uace is ordered by court. ?.,-,?
Charles A. Rose. Auctioneer._jelO ?
Bv J. D. Carneal,
Real Estate Auctioneer,
No. UOG East. Mam Street.
A UCTION SALE
and Weli-Built Dwellings,
ON TWLXTY-FIFTH STREET BE?
TWEEN MARSHALL AND CLAA
Nos. 417, -110 AND 423.
By request of the owner," who is willing
to sell a bargain,, I will. on .
THURSDAY, JL'.VE 14. 1900,
at 6 o'clock P. AI.. on the premises. offer
for sale at pubiic auction, the above
PROPERTY. The lots front 24 feet each
on the eastern side of Twenty-rtttn birc-et
bv a good depth. The dwellings have
seven rooms each, large balls, etc, and
were lately put in first-class order. They
are now rented to good tenants at $150 per
anhum each. and will be sold separately
or as a whole. . .
This is one of the cnoicest spots on
Church Hill to dwell. This property is
well suited for homes, or wdl be a nrst>
class investment. Come and you will
surely get a bargain.
TERMS: Small cash payment; balance
on long time. which will be announced at
sale. or all cash'. J. D. CARNEAL.
jelO Real Estate Auctioneer.
Bv H. Seldon Taylor,
Real Estate Auctioneer,
No. S North Eleventh Street.
A UCTION SALE
iV - OF
TWO ATTRAOTTA'E AND C0XA7EXI
ENTLY ARRANGED DETACHED
Nos. 49 AXD .11 WOOD STREET,
JUST BEYOND THE CHESAPEAKE
AND OHIO SHOPS.
At the request of the owner, who ls
anxious to sell. I will offer the above
desoribed PROPERTY for sale at pubiic
auction. on the premises. on
THURSDAY. JUNE 14. 1900,
at 5:30 o'clock P. AI. The dwellings con
tain six rooms each. and the lots front
30 feet each. by a good depth. There is a
well of excellent water on the premises.
The location of this property, being close
to the Chesapeake and Ohio Railway
shops ancl the Richmond Loeomotive
Works, renders it specialy desirable to
persons of limited means for homes, or
to those desiring to invc-st in good-paying
TERMS: One-fnurth cash; balance at
six. twelve and eighteen months. for ne?
gotiable notes, with interest added. and
secured by a deed of trust on the property.
II. SELDON TAYLOR,
By J. Thompson Brown & Co.
1 EASY TERAIS BELOW,
T\A'0 NEW FRAME DWELLINGS.
Nos 1304-1300 EAST LEIGH STREET.
BETWEEN THIRTEENTH AXD l'OUR
By virtue of a deed of trust to the un?
dersigned, trustee, recorded in Chancery
Court. Deed-Book 145 B, page 100, to se
cure the payment of a certain sum of
money therein described, and default hav?
ing been made. and being requested by
the benliciary so to do, I will proceed to
sell, at pubiic auction. ;
FRIDAY, JUNE 15, lfiOO,
at G o'clock P. M., the PROPERTY de?
scribed ln said deed as ioliows: All that
certain lot, No. 2- in tha city of Rich?
mond, A'a.. on tlu- north side of Leigh
Street, between Thirteenth and Four
teenth Streets. with improvements there?
on. commencing 40 feet east of Thirteenth
Street, with a'front of 50 feet. and run?
ning back the depth of 1_0 feet. These
two frame dwellings contain four rooms
each. are in good order, and will be sold
TERMS: Cash as to expense of sale
and to pay off a note ot ij>l,700, with ac
crued interest thereon.
EDWARD Ii. BROWN,
Upon the payment of $100 cash on each
house. we will lend the balance of dut
chase-monev for three . years, at 0 Der
cent interest. in monthiv payments: so
that the cash terms ot sale can be com
ielO J. THOMPSON BROWN & CO.
By H. Seldon Taylor,
Real Estate Agent and Auctioneer,
No. S North Eleventh Street.
THAT NICE, MEDIUM-SIZE
No. 523, ON EAST SIDE OF FIRST
BETWEEN LEIGH AND CLAY
FOR SALE, AT AUCTION, ON
SATURDAY, JUNE 10, 1000,
AT 0 O'CLOCK P. M.
I will offer this NEAT AND WELL
ARRANGED DWELLING for sale, on
the premises. at the time ahoye mention
ed. It contains sfeven rooms, gas, water,
all necessary culvert connections, and the
entire premises are i.n nice order. This is
the class of property which pays best for
rental purposes. It is always in demand
by good tenants. and if you warit a sale
and profituble investment or a comforta
ble and conveniently-located home, you
should attend this sale.
TERAIS: One-fourth cash; balance at
six, twelve and eighteen months, for ne?
gotiable notes, with interest added, and
secured by a deed of trust.
H. SELDON TAYLOR,
_el2 _ " \_ \_Auctioneer. -
AUCXIO-f SALES?Futuie llaya.
e By A. L. Adamson
N. W. Bowe.
Real Estate Auctioneers.
T RUSTEE'S SALE
THAT HIGHUY-IMPROVED AND VERY
VALUABLE STOCK FAIUI
FRONTING ON JAMES RTVER. ABOUT
TU'O MILE3 FROM KICHMOND,
COUNTY, VA.. ___
A.ND CONTAINING VALUABLE DE?
POSITS OF BRICK-CLAY
By virtue of two d'-eds of trust, the
first dated Mav 5 3^.2 aud the other
dated. April 15, 189_, and recorded in uie
clerk's office of Chestertieid County
Court. the former in Deed Book 85, jrage
378. and the latter in Deed Book No. Jp,
page 4S4, default having been made :n
the payment of a part of the debts se?
cured thereby, and b-ine; directed so to
do by the holders thereof. Uie undersign?
ed trustees will offer for sale, at pubiic
auction, on the premises, on
MONDAY. JUNE 1S-, 1300.
at 5 o'clock P. M. the FARM khown as
"WIUTRY." containing TWO HUNDRED
AND NINETY-F1VE (295) ACRES OF
LAND. more or less, fronting on James
River, and extendlng to and fronting on
tlie I'etersburg Turnpike.
This land is in the highest state of cul
tivadon, and embraces about one hundred
acres of river low grounds, which easily
yieid sixty bushels of corn per acre. The
annual hay crop ts about one hundred
tons. Tlie buildings are a very handsome
mansiou. containing fourteen rooms,
bath-room, and modern cohvenlenci -:
overseer's house, quarters: st.ib'.e room
for se.enty horses, hay barns, etc. This
property has the reputatiou of being, and
is in rtality, the most attractive and val?
uable farm in the vicinity of Richmond:
In addition to its value as a stock farm
and an attractive eountry residence, it is
exceptionaliy valuable for the following
First. Its frontage of about one-half a
mile on James River. which at Viis point
is about two feet deeper than a: Kich?
mond, makes it very valuable for manu?
facturing and shipping purposes. There
is probaoly no bstter site than this for a
large shipyard and dry-dock.
Second. There is an excellent granite
quarry on tiie property near the river:
also, large deposit of brick-clay; splendid
shipping facilltles, both by water and rail?
road, the deposit of brick-clay being irn
medlately on the Seaboard Air-Line Rail?
way, which pas_es throuah the farm; and
Tlvrd, The electric lirie that has been
recently surveyed from Manchester to
Petersburg along the Petersburg Turn
7>ike passes immediately in front of the
rear part of this farm. thus making it
valuable for acreage lots.
TERMS: One-fourth cash, and the bal?
ance in one. two and three years, de
ferrc-d payments bearing interest from
day of sale, and secured by deed of trust,
or the purchaser can make a larger cash
payment if he desires so to do: interest
on deferred payments to be paid semi
annually. N. W. BOWE.
Trustee In First Deed.
my_S Trustees in Second Deed.
Bv N. W. Bowe,
Real Estate Auctioneer.
J OF THAT
Attractive and Centrally-Located
No. _03 NORTH TENTH STREET.
In execution of a decree of the Law and
Eouity Court, entered 21st day of Febru?
ary, 1899, in the suit of "Ayres, etc, vs.
Carmah et als.." I will sell, by pubiic auc
.ioii, on the premiscs, on
THURSDAY, JUNE 11. 1900,
at ."">:."'> o'clock P. M., that excellent
THREE-STORY BRICK RESIDENCE
above referred to, situated between Leigh
and M Streets, adjoining the residence of
David Baker, Jr., Es<|., and containing
about ten rooms, together With the l"t
upon which it stands, fronting 33 feet,
and running back 118 feet to an alley 12
feet wide. The central location of this
property, and its substantial character.
makes it cspecially desirable as a home
ior the large ciass of persons whose ne
cessit'ies requiro them to live close to ihe
TERMS: Cash sufficient to pay costs
of suit and sale, and one-third of the
purchase-money; and tho residue at four
and eight months. for notes, with interest
added, and secured by a deed of trust, or
all cash, at the option of the purchaser.
GEORGE L. CHRISTIAN,
I hereby certify that the bond required
of the special commissioner by the above
decree has' been duly given.
je9 P- P- WINSTON, Clerk.
By N. W. Bowe,
Real Estate Auctioneer.
T RUSTEE'S SALE
HIGHLY ATTRACTIVE AND VERY
ilf. Franklin-St Buiiding Lo!,
BETWEEN MADISON AND MONROE
In execution of a deed of trust, dated
October 12, IS. 1, and duly recorded in the
Chancery Court of Richmond, in D. B. 153
"B," page 312, there having been default
in the payment of a portion of the debt
secured. and being requested by the credi
tor so to do, I will sell, by auction, on the
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20, 1900.
at ti o'clock P. M.. tho well-located and
very valuable BUILD1NG LOT above re?
ferred to, situated on the south side of
Franklin Street, adjoining and next west
of the Baltimore Brick Company's block,
and having a front of 315 feet by a depth
of 153 feet.
The excellent situation of this lot and
the fact that vacant land is scaree in this
highly-favored portion of that fashionable
residential thoroughfare, combine to ren
der this offering an event of unusual im
TERMS: By consent, one-quarter cash,
and the residue at one and two years, for
notes with interest semi-annually, in sep
arate obligations, and secured by a deed
of trust; or all cash at the option of the
EDMUND WADDILL. JR.,
By A. J. Chewiung Company,
Real Estate Auctioneers.
RUSTEE'S AUCTION SALE
r.o. .1903 West filain Street.
By virtue of a certain deed of trust,
dated Seotember 20. 1S.8. of record in
the Clerk's office of Henrico County Court,
in Deed-Book 155 B. page 115, default hav?
ing been made in the payment of tne debt
thereby secured, and being required by
the benefieiary so to do, I Will sell by
auction, upon the premises. on
THURSDAY, JUNE 14, 1900,
at 6:30 P. M.. that DETACHED BRICK
DWELL1NG. No. 3903. fronting 25 feet
on the south side of Main Street, near
Park Street. by a depth of ITS 9-12 feet to
The dwelling is well built and conveni
ently arranged, with water, bath, <?:-.,
and located in the most desirable porticn
of West Main Street.
TERMS: Cash sufficient to defray tha
expenses of sale and discharge of a note
for ?315, with interest from 20th March,
1S00; balance at one and two years, interest
added, and secured by deed of trust, or
for all cash, at the option of the pur?
chaser. XV: H. BEVERIDGE,
\. ANTED^NEXPERIENCED NURSE,
capable of taking' complete charge of
infant. Good wages to right party. Re
ply, giving references, Box 9__.
WANTED, WOMEN EX'PERiENCED IN
Busheling. Apply O. H. BERRY & CO.
HELP WAN _'__->?Malc.
WANTED, A FOREMAN. FOR SPOKE
factory. Must know how to set up ma?
chines and keep them in order. Ad?
dress THE RANDOLPH __Ff_- f'Q- B--d
Q&-_,Va. _i_ . .
AUCTION SALES- lulure I>:iys.
I'.;.- H. A. McCurdy,
Real Estate Auctioneer.
A SAIALL TRACT* OF LAND. AATTH
FAIR lAH-'ROVEAIENTS THEREON;
IN THE COUNTY OE HENRICO. ON
THE AIOUNTAIN R O A D. JUST
AA'ES'L* OF SC-LOAIOX'S STORE, AT
HEAD OF CROOK TURNF1KE.
In exeeution of" two certain deeds of
trust from AV. H. Bevcridge. trustee for
Fromelt and Frederick Fromelt, ar.d both
recorded in Henrico County Court; the
undersigned will offer for sale, uuon the
TUESDAA". JCNE 19. 1900,
at 6 o'clock V. AL. the REAL ESTATE
cotivcyeu by the said deeds. The dwell?
ing contains aboul live rooms. and there
are the usual out-buildings on the place,
which is now occupied by Frederick Fro?
TERAIS: Cash as to cost and expenses
of sale, and suflicient to pay off all deliu
quent taxes. and a balance due on the
bonds secured by - dd ?:? ? >:-. ainountlng
to $177.04; the balance at one and two
years, for negotiable notes, with Interest
added. and secured by a trust deed; or
for all cash, at tha option of the pur?
chaser. 11. A. M'CURDY, Trustee.
Bv E. A. Catlin.
No. 6 North Eleventh Street.
li-.Ii- CHrftftS Olfirfii
i(?i_ii?ji ^isu-u taJiyay'
At request of owner, I will, on
THURSDAY, JUNE 14TH,
0 o'clock 1*. AL. sell. at pubiic auction, tho
Thrse-Story briok Sforas,
with detached kitchen ar.d dwellings
above sltuated Nos. 2216 and --ls East
Aiain Street. Each lot has a frontage of
22 fcet, ahd extends back 165 fcet to a
common allcy. In the dullest times this
property nas brought a large revenue oh
the amount which will be accc-ntcd, but
should it ever cease t.> pay as mefcantlle
and residential property, its gr.at depth
and its central location make it particu
larly desirable for a manufacturing site.
TERAIS: Very easy.
E. A. CATLIN.
By J. Thompson Brown & Co.,
No. 1113 Aiain Street.
West Broad Street Property.,
By request of the owner. we will sell, at
pubiic auction. on the premises,
THL'RSDAV. JUXE 14TH.
at C V. AL. the VALUABLE LOT OF
i.AXD, fronting 20 fe< t on north si.:.- of
Broad Street by 135 feet deep to a 17-fcot
alley, with a four-room BRICK AXD
FRAME HOUSE thereon, with right to
use th>- brick wall ..." the store adjoinlng
on the east. Improvements could be built
on this lot at slight cost. which wouid
pay well as an investment, whtle your lot
is constantly In'creaslng in vaiue.
TERMS"; Easv and announced at sale.
J. THUAIPSON BROWN & <'<>..
AVm. B. Pizzlni Company,
Real Estate Agents and Auctioneers,
Tenth and Bank Streets.
A UCTION SALE OF DESIRABLE
ii. STORES AXD DWELLINGS "X
CORNER OF WILLIAMS AND GILMER
STREETS.?At the request .'1' the owner,
\v<- will offer, at pubiic auction, o:i the
TUESDAY, JUNE 10. 1900,
at 6 P. AL. the TWO STORES. with
dwellings above them, "n th.- northwest
corner of Williams and Gilmer 3
with lot fronting :;^ feet on Williams
Street, and running back a ;;?>..?: depth.
This property is iu ,u.....i condition and
occupied by first-class tenants. It will
make a fine business or a lirst-class in?
vestment for Idle money. B. .-are and at?
tend. as a bargain can bo had.
TERAIS: One'-third cash; balance :.; one
and two years. jel3-5t
By Edward S. Rose Company,
Real Estate Auctione* rs,
No. 11 Xorth Eleventh Street.
TRUSTEES' AUCTION SALE
Nos. 812 and 812 1-2
N0BTH FIFTH STREET.
Bv virtue of a certain deed of trust,
dated 10th Alay. IS00, of record in the
clerk's office Richmond Chancery Court,
I). B. 1C5 B, page 200, default having been
made in the payment of tbe debt <??? n ln
sc-cured, and being required so to do by
the beneflciary, we wiil sell, by auction,
upon the premises, on
MONDAY, THE i^fil DAi* OF Jl NE,
at 5:30 o'clock P. AI.. :::> 9-L2 by 122 feet.
to an alley in common 10 feet wide. The
improvements consist ot a frame cottage
and a three-story brick dwelling. both of
which are ready renters and will yield a
good per cent. upon the outlay. .:
sales in this locallty have shown a de?
cided advance upc-n former prices.
TERMS: Cash as to exnenses of sale
and a balance due- on a bond of ?2,519.30;
the residue as mav be named at time of
sale. AV. G. NEAL.
By E. A. Catlin,
No. 0 North Eleventh Street.
SATURDAY, JUNE 10TII, 5 O'CLOCK
Gn Clay, Leigh, Thirty-Firsi,
READ THE TERAIS.
At the time and places named above we
will sell a large number of most attrac?
tive LOTS, suitable for residences of
noderatc cost. Here can be found . m
elegant old shade trec-s that lontr time
oi-ly can produce. Some of these corners
will in a few years make elegant stands
for the neighborhood stores. Both car
lines are within two blocks, pubiic school
ls only an average of four blocks away.
Thde are no shanties about to mar the
looks of the neignuorhnod. The entire
section almost is owned by the occupants,
who are a thrifty, Iaw-abiding, straight
forwaid class of people. We d.jn't ex
pect tc sell it all at this sale. for there
are several thousand fcet to dispose or,
but the'choice will go now, for lots ln
sizes and in the locatlons preferred will
be put up. and they are not going to be
held for r'ancy figures. as every lot of?
fered will be knocked out to the highest
bidder. A.id to investors we will say
k?at there isV.-carcely ever a house in this
locality for rent. The demand is largely
greater than the supply. and always has
been. unU wi.h such conditions exlstlng
owners have a picnic. Now you want to
hear about the termsl A'ou may come
very near making tne-ra yourself. You
may pay all the cash you please. but if
yoii can spare oi.Iy S-5 now anu can pay
ilo a month for balance you can get a
lot. With such terms anci the ubsurdy
low taxes eharire- by the county, every
young man. thoutra he have nothing but
a sweetheart yet, should commence right
now to secure a heme. Remember the
day now. next Saturday. We want you
to come, whether yon ure a bidder or not.
io tuuic, j- _, A CATLIN,
LOST AX1) l'Ol'.VlJ
LOS^^A^G^LaS^ElCS SESHOE STICK
PIN' six Diamonds, Itetween Sixth and
Broad and Henry an.l Franklin. Re?
turn to No. 511.West Eianklln Street for
LOST; YESTERDAY. A CfiEEX LEATH?
ER POCICKT-BOOK. R.-.turn to AV. 1L
ALL1SON, No. 13_'- Cary Street. .
T_811-13 Ean_ of YindDia
Surplus. . . - - . S240.000
JOHfi S. BLLBTT. WiLLlAM. H. HILL
Directors: Ai-__nder C&aeron. jotra 3.
Ellett. T. C. W_U___n_- Jr.. uranvina <J .
Valentins. james D. Crums. John B
Wil'-iams. J. M. Fourqurean. A. R- Eller
son. J- L. Antrlm.
THE F. H- BIACKEAG CO., -j
Industrial ProposUtons Cnderwrlt- -J
ten and Guaranteed. ?_?
TNVESTMEN'T SECCRITIES. ?_?
Trade combinations eiTected. -I*
Charters sficured. Railroad and -j*
Indusuial properUes o md ???
-.. anced. Oo'and 99 N l St., %?
Xew V..rk City. ?$?
F. A. ROOERS & G0<, In&
Bankers. Brokcr. & Dealers in
Stocks, Coiloo, Grain <_. Provislans
FOR CASH OR Jl IKCIX.
P-ompt Senrtce, Ltb-ral Treatment.
Write ?ur ttai_s. .pecbU na-__U-_ serrlca
] ooklet "Safety and Cenaiaty iaSpeculatioa n
3. WALA. _'_'_.__-'_. ___W YuiiK.
C. W. BRANCH & CO.
STATE BANK BUILDING,
BANKERS and BROKERS
Frlvato wlres Ntw York, Chicago aad
all arlncma! tr*d_ ceatres. oc2-6t
BHCK ROE BEACH
Directly opposite the Capes two ::i;'. 9
above I-'ort Monroe. Finest bathing mo
tishins on the coast. New pleasure and
iishin^ pler over WO '? ' '.-r.jr.
Open May _'..it For rates apply to
CHA3. H. HEW.KS, Wanager,
O'l.ns .lune lotn. a as m lSW. Clo?* s uct. lst,
Buffalo liliiia Spriap Hotel,
On Danville Division, South Railvray,
nburg county. Va., ."?5 miles east
. i ?. Va. i: mnd trip and
slon ?: tfo ts on -; ile it n duced rat
all ; rbvdpal points. Hot tnd ' ameral
water b ? , _1
Terms tor Board: Per day, >- j .-??'
and $3; per w !ek, $14. .16 ??? ' .!*: per
month (2S da t $60. Chi Ireja
under !_ ye irs exva?!i?
half price wh n served - ? ? :-\>~
cuoylng seats ln main dining ? au,
.- week. and .10 per m mth extra,
Whitt ervants rged ung to ac*
n them A meals senl
full particul trs. A '?' ' - .-..-. -%.'' t
ger. DR. \V H. PR LEAl .... - J*e_i
rent Physician. rHOS. F. ?; ?? -.-..
.__-< ? ? : ? :"-''' '
THE .EFFERSG.i PAHK
HOTEL AND SPRINGS
und. r an entlrely new mai i nt. :s iwn
? - - suests. Thia
beautiful and healthful resort Is sitnateil
oi. a spur of t ' Mountains.
near the city ' -??' ?? ? x- ' ? ''.;:I
is one of the .' ' Soutn.
? : $3, $10 and $12.50 per week: $.0 ta
$u0 ner month.
For further _articu ? -
E. LYGN DRISCGLL
jel Charlottesville, Va..
ntative of I he South.
? . ; . - ; ? provement.t.
N, w sewerajj . pl prlvata
baths and toilets. I >n h< stra ot !?'?
Sulphur B iths. New
Course, _.7 IU ! Professional in
charge. ,' utt _l
Min8ral Hotel ar.il Barrett House
Celebrated Lithi ? it i uid Chlorid.
of Calcium Wati r.
Telephone i;i each hot L
Special rate to early gm and thosa
making uii extended stay;
W. D. PAXTOX.
THIS FAMOUS >;':! MER RESORT
OPEN9 J "NE !. :
Sulphur and r. lt ^r
booklet, terms. el
Monl Spt '?' ' ? v
i oi: i: i N i"
Tho WELL-L ' 's ;:"'
SUBSTA-.TIAL VVAREHOCSE, Nn. 2:
GOVERNOi. S CREE1 . " Franklin,
remodclled and i ? ?' '"? ? -
vator and ample i.
every ifoor; . ! ...
Street Will rent in -..-?? ? ?-_ -
desired. , w
j____2t J- '; ELAM .- ' O.
Tf uit RENT.
Just complel t and readj
the New and I ttractivi i:.-i
dence. N ?. U13 W _ I..,-.!.?
rooms. thoroughly modern, e implete .;;...
J. _;. EXAM & CO., .".-? ???
jel_-3t_ ? - ':- -^-: ' r
KJl.Vi. ESTATE AT fKlV.4 n. 8 _J-.3E
An KXCKLLKNT STORE AXD
DWELLING COMBINED, pn a broad
and extra. deep lot, now usea tor general
business purposes, Including groc-nes,
wood and coal. This t--> an unusual oppor
tunlty to buy a Store and Dwelling. and
at the same .time fall helr to a use an.!
lucrative business. Sold only because oi
famiiy ai-licii-ES. A:--.ly t_ ??,..?
lel.-.t N. W. P.OWE.
UUSIX3-SS Oi'fOUS ONITIES.
ANY ONE WISHING TO SECL'RE A
' furni-h.d* or unr'ur:... : ; -' ghb__M
with a repntation ofyeara ?: taithf?_
service, may do .-?> ; ?? "'-? !" ?'" ??' '--??'
buiiding; good will with rent; ta.
owner )'.- r'or..! E0 -?? ' '-1'-' ,ri -l'? ' i!;: ' :
i'.l ht. i:th. : r th:-- ' -? ;'- ' : -;" " '
ty would not occur; _u_u? Is on corner
and !? as v. ry large, aJry rooms, conve
nlcnt'7J d-i'.ot. a.i c_rs. business eentre
ar.d market; known to regular traveling
persons ail over tha east. besides
throughout Richmonct; any o.-:. can
make m t:v iro:.i the >-;r- :??: Kt-i-:i.::;<
up the g.nteel hoi:i?-Uke e'naraelcr c-; tnc
house. Address _.t once M. A- L., care