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Friiay, Safsirdaf9 asid Honday,
ages 3 to 8 years, Junior Stylp; 9 to
16, Double-Breasted. They aremade
' of Eay's washed wool mixed cassi
meres, and tlie price is
Our Second Floor is loaded witn the fall ia&ds of the little people
Vmg% ill SuitS at $1.48, $1.98, $2.48, $2.98, $3.48, up to $5.
STRICTLY NEW ADVANCE STYLES AUTUMN GOODS ARE NOW ON SALE.
JSEK'S SUftS, aaT0M? STYLES, Si5 ?7.60, $10, $I29 ?fS.
New Goods, in Heayy and Middle Wei?1its, suitable for all year roxmd wear, made up
Ijy tbft best tailors, unexcelled iii fit, grace, and durability.
Autumn Styles Men's Hats, 98c, $1.40. $1.90, $2.90.
Iii Dcrbv and Alpine sbapes ; eveiy one of pureall-fur matenal.
Autumn Styles Men's Pants, $1, $1.50, $2, $2.50, $3.
Designs appropiiate for use with any coatand vest.
The Double Guarante? makes "siire of a square deal every time. Should any purchase fail to please the nioney
is instantly returned. Al: clothing bought here is Tcept in repair for one year free of charge._
doublc knee, hcel & toc, I3C. j Jersey Coats. ifOC.
Men's Ball?rijr saii
<lf-~ Men's Sillc Striped i ^
,.iJl. Fancy Seamless Hosc.... lvJl>.
Fancy aud Plain.
Meii's Uub WebSus- *
penders, Mohair Eiids.'... I3C.
Bbys! Extra Strong 4<n
.o Bovs' Blark Stockinsrs. 5c.
4oC. j ? AU-Wool Schi.ol Caps, 25c.
riEN'S PERCALE 5HIRTS, should be -y^c
?old for 50c. ?D\~
Safurday and MondajT.
BOYS' PERCALE SHiRTS, shouid be
sold for 50c.
Friday, Saturday, and Monday.
*~~BROAD AND ^m^ SEVENTH SYS*
WILL BE SURGEON
His Appointment IVlay Be Announced
THE GOVERNOR HAS RETURNED
Jiatl a IMcsisaut Trip and Mct JMLatiy i
Ollicr iyJeis iu PliilailcUdiia. j
tVill Considcr 1 aijioi-.ant i
Gov-.rnor Tylcr returaed from PhilaiM
pbJa ui !' o'ciock Ja.st JHglit, aad will re
main i:i the c'.iy uniil after the Odd-Fel
\l"w'.< paradfe next WednHsday, when he
\>?!1 cojto his faxzn iu i'uiaski for severaJ
imcks. When he i;v..'.- to thc Cupiilol ihis
iroraing I12 will tiad jauch bualnass of un
paiianoe-awaitaiE in.s bonsideraion.
?ae of hiS Ur^.i uets \i. iii prooabiy be the.
ii. po.auntat oi a. bueoessor 10 the lait it.
?Ueaj.un.n Jlarntoij as surgcon c? m
ii!i'.ii;u.,?;y. wa.ie ir \va.~ lijt guven uii.
as otaciaJ ;asi nagat. u can be si.au u
autaorlialivoiy inui ihe Govcraor h;i.s
pracucaiiV dcttraiuaed to nauie Jjr. Chas.
\. <J'a:r.a;gton, tur uie poaitioa, anu laat
ht> wui aiiiiouiiee lii-; appoailmem to-day.'
Dr. J. C. Watsna aua Dr. Jara&s lJ. R'oy.
?te ai.^o a^piicants for the posttion. ii
A'as IchXi.tM iit-L r.Lui. tbai Che Govcnior
tenderod the piacA,lo Ur. AI. i>. Hoge, Jr.,
sjt tha; geeijanan U.u uot aecept.
i>r. L'h-.r.ts V. C&magtan, waom the.
3o\cnio;' \vi,i nu>si ]ilMD..a.y coiaai.si;,Jf
to-day, is bne o; tbe jik:.--; pqpuJar phy
siciaits fin the ci.y. He eajoys a lucmtive
j.raeticc, &nd in aJdit.on to bebig surgeon
on tho Govt-ruar s Btatt, is his family
WILL TAKE HP PARDQJJS.
.Anothw roatter ivblch wlil elabn the
GteverDor's ear?y atli aiion is a larg?
l?atoh <>?? condlttonal pardons ivhieh ilur
ing h:s .-bsence ai Ftadford aave btLii re
. A requesi for troops has been fiifed with
?the Govtnio- for one oi t.'jc countles of
th-:-. Siate. whrto in the- ritar iv.icr^ a '
ncsro ^s to be tr":vd for aliegt-d attempidd
cr-miiial astault iipon a youag wbite f o
man, fcut a subsociucnt cojnmunic-ation
fiom tbe atithoritit-s oti tlic subj^c. wiil
(prohably rcndtr tiu- preseiti <? ot mUitary
U.inw :sary. Tili (> iwilior d.?'.'-> not cx
j<ect to take up ilie nuttti-r of thetime of
ca31<ns Uie cxtra sftsslon of thc- L ^:s!ature
u/itU aft<-r his mxirn from Palaski In Oc
totier. as ^ie- fcees no t:au ?? fdr3?droiris',/inr
aK-muob ois it u-ill ccrtainlynot be?call?d
uuUl aftej- thc Novtinb^r eJecdoa.
HAD A GOOJJ THJP.
"ViTm-ji sccn la-st nfeM at the Mansiotic
the <?nvsrnor oxpressed h!mst^f as hlgbly
plaaed wth his Phtladelphla trlp and
?n-ltb bi;> "i>rff-r s tay at Fairfax, whero he
itopped oviw- Tu.-iiav "ar.d taade a speech
at thc- reunloit of Mosby's men.
H? enjoj-od be:ns at tbe Tjler reunion,
and *ayfi th?re were atoout or.c htiitdfed
aaa twtaty-five ateaibers of the family
ja-Jwcat. "i-bty canie from all secWbh*
of the Mumry," said the Governor. "and
as far as 1 could learn, thev ware ai!
Tbe ncxt moetinjr w-!13 hv h&d at An
dox-er, Mas-T?., on Scptember 4th. 19DL Gov
?crnor Tyjer vas re-ele^tedpr;sldent. and
?eeon? asucb lnterested la the aff'airs of
tbe fanifly. The Gav&rpor -i?ay? he fouad
an air of oonadence among: the northera
Dtsnocrats witn whom he ta'.ked on Ws
t!%, and ?hai he ne%'er f'Jt niore saagtune
| for acctptable ideas.
in his liife, of a swecping Democratic vic
tory than he does now. He is in the l>est
of hRalth and spirits, though he was very
much fatigued when lie arrived hcre last
POLITICS AND POLITICIANS.
The Old Domiaioa Ciub Mceis lo
The Oid Dominion Demoeratic Ciub will
hoid a regular meeting at Thon's Hall,
j eorner Seventeenth and Alain Streets, to
l niglit at ji o'clock.
! Kusiness of importance looking to the
active participatioa of the ciub ?n the fall
campa.gn will be considered, and a full
attendanee of members is desired.
Tbe Jacksoa Ward ieaders have about
de.cided to cali a meeiing of the Working
mea's Demoeratic Ciub, to meet at head
quarters, Whaien's Hall, foot of Seven'r
teeathNStreet, oji Aionday n.ght next.
Colonel Button hau a rather quiet day
at headquarters yesterday. He had but
few out-of-towu c-aiicrs, aiaong them be
ing Colonel -U. C. Marshall, of Poris
mouth: Beyond the ahswering oi routiae
u ti ers anu ihe aanouncemeat of a fe\y
;i Iditionai speak-ng appqintaie'nts, Colonel
liutioa did very little business during the
Tne Republlcans of the c.ty will hold
their preeirict; njeetlngs to-night to elect
delegates to a City Convention, which
meets at Laabe's Hah to-morrow rijght.
The City Convention will eiect deie?
gates to the Distrjet CpayentTbn 10 be
held in Maheaester next Tuesday to nomi
nate a caadidate for Cbngr'ess from the
? Third distriet. E.ehmonu wift have twen
ty-s.x delegates \a Lhe convenuon. The
meeting to-morrow n.ght will also caoose
.. chairaian of tho party for the city, and
a new City Com^naue.
AU'.Is r.ot Kaxmony in the Republlcan
ranks in ihis city. if rsceat rumors be
tr.ue. It is ;aid that a open breach -xlsis
between sbme of the ablest Ieaders of the
party, o'l the question of who shail be
named by tho Manchester Convention to
OTjpose Capitaia JL-nib for Cpngfe s, and
that if it ir; aot healed th^re may be two
caaJidaic-s up, as was the case in lbOS.
*Ont <>f the must asiute Ricamond eaders.
is meni.on^d as the probable caadidate
of those who are said to be kieking
againsl the progruinme. which they allege
has bw:i marked out for the Manchester
Convenuon, and if he is put up the same
old question af "regularity," which racked
thc party two years ago. is liab!e to corae
u:> aga':n. The outcome of the siruggle
w'il be v.a:ch.:d with interest by the Dem
ocratie, as well as the Kcpubiican, lead
Iuil-.orcu?cc <>f l" u-iii-ial IWucatiom
33 Rue de Caumartin,
Paris. Franee, August ;!0, 1900.
Kditor of The'Times:
Sir.?Anusricaas, as a rule. are given
too niuch to boastiag of the greathess and
advant igcs^bl o'.:r ei>uniry witliout care
fuily measuriag the st^ength of other
nutioi'.s. I tio not know of anything bet
ter calculated to iriculcate a whoiesome
respect for the strength and ability of
other pepples than traveling abroad and
getting intimately acquainted witli what
the world is doing in educational, artistic
anu*raunulaeturing lines. It was with
the hope of gatlu-ring information that
would be of material assistanee to us iiv
the deveiopmem ftnd enlargetnent of our
edtua/lonal work that 1 decided to come
abroad this suninier and studi" at the
Paris Ex7.;!tiiicn aad^in the varlous coun
tries of Europe esi>ecially the question of
industrial education; and 1 must say that
-J aai amazed at the vasuiess of the un
d<?rtiiklng. 1 have been fortunate in com
ing in touch with arominent educatofs
and men who have shown a disDosition
to render al! assistanee that was in their
power, and the ij:ore 1 study tho matler
thc niore thoroughly do 1 realize how
much we are behina in eertain lines of
educationiU work*in Amcrica. ,
lt would take too long to undertake to
lav before your readers the ihany start
ling and interestlng facts tliat have been
brought to my attentlon. I simply write
for tho purpose of urgiug upon all State
offlcers, S'Chool boards and all others who
hav^ charge, of the oducatiotml interests
of our countn' to give the matter of in
dustria! education .more contideration.
than they havo.ever done before. It de
serves it." ? ,^ ' , ,
In every part of tne world we may look
for sharpest and closest comnetition in
mahjufactured artlcles. So far as the pro
duction of raw material there is no part
of the world that is so fortunately sit
uaied as the Cfnited States. and no part
of the United States so fortunately sit
uated as the Southern States, for supply
ing raw material of ulmost every char
acter and description.
As matters stand now, we are sending
our cotton abroad and receiying six.and
seven cents a pound for it. and millions
of dollars' wortli of it is being manufa'c
tured in goods of various kinds and re
turned to us at froni three to ten dol?
lars a pound. It is true we have been
worklng up a great deal of the cotton in
the. South, but in the coarser ijrades of
cotton goods, whieh do not afford such
large profit to the manufacturer or such
liberal wages to the workers as the finer
and better grades of muslins, lawns, etc.
We are also sending abroad vast quan
tities of iron, steel, lumber. marble and
other material, which is being manufac
tured into various ingenious and useful
articles and returned to us at from 00 tii
0i'0 per cenL profit.
By establishing industrial training in
our" schools, by giving our own children
other advantages, we may soon have a
large number of skilful artisans, artists
and workers in various lines, who will use
| our raw material in supplying our varied
j and increasing wants, and thus keep a
great deal of the inoney that we are now
sending abroad at home, and afford more
liberal margins for building up our in
dustries. for educating our families anci
advancing our interests in every iiossible
Very soon after my return to America
I hope to lay before our friends .some
very practical suggesiions that will provc
of material advantage oh all lines I have
indieated. 1 siniply write thus briefiy tc.
bririg the matter earnestly to the atten
tion of the readers of your paper, and
with the hope that every good eitizen will
co-opexa.te in the movement to advanee
the cause of education aiong right lines.
B. F. JOHXSON.
APCTION -A?.!'"S--Tliis l);i
2. H. Oiiver. Auct.oneer,
No. 20 East Broaa Street.
j AUCTIOX SALE OF OAK, WALXUT
i AXD OTHER FURXITURE.
i I will sell at my auetion house, Xo. 20
East Br iu Street, at 10:30 A. M? Sept.
14lh, 0 Oak and 2 Walnut Suits of Fur
niture; 2 Oak Sideboards; 1 Oak Bed
j Lounge, 1 Oak and 1 Walnut Child's Crib,
j Oak and Walnut Hali Haeks, 2 Oak Ee
j frigerators, 2 Oak lce-Boxes, 1 nice'Oak
! and Wainut Folding Bed, Domesffc; Stand
I1 ard and other Sewing ilaeh.nes, in good
order; 1 Walnut Book Case and Desk
combined; Bedsteads, Bureaus, Wash-?
j stands, Mauresses, Chairs, Carpet, Mat
| ting, Pictures, etc. r
! GEO. V. OLIVER, Salesman.
HKLP IVANTEu- t'omulc
WAXTED, A YOUXG LADY AS
cashier in a retail eigar and soda-water
storo; one with .some knowlcdge oi
book-keeping preferred. Address, in
own hand-writing, A. B. C, Times
WAXTED, A YOI:XG LADY STEXOG
RAPHEE, who cari keep a single-entry
ledsrer. Not necessary to understand
book-keeping. Address ACCURATE.
W'ANTED, TWO GTRLS AT K1RK
WOOD'S. Xo. 320S East 'Main Street.
Apply at once.
SITU AT1OXS W A XTJSI>? M ale.
YOVTNtTmARRIED MAN W1SHES A
position of some kind. Will accept most
anvthing. Bas had experience in- col
leetirg. clerkshlp hardware store, etc.
Address Y. A., care Times._
F^r^ALETTHREE COWS. FRESH^TO
the pail, With ealves by theirside. Ap
plv to KIXG. the cow man, Xo. 7>c
, West Broad Street.
! The Confederate Museum
| TWELFTh AJIDCLAvSTREETS.
! Open Jaily rrom 8 A. H. to 6 P. H.
AdmiMlon, 2> cents. Free on Satiuv
AUCTIOX HAI.EB- Fntnr?
By A X.. Adamson,
Real Estate Auctioneer,
Manehester, Va. ?
SBVERAL OF THE BEST
? .. ttfET OX
IN THE CITY, FRONTIXG "'J ^j-K
HULh STREET, AT THE CU-t"
OF SEVEXTH STREET; AL?u,
BRICK BU1LDING ^
OX SEVEXTH STREET, IN THE RE.
At the request oFthe owner. I j"1 SeI1
at public auction on the prerruses on
MONDAY, SEFTEMBER ?. *m
at 6 o'clock P. M, K^i^
valuable LOT, fcontins ? fcf,1' ??I? ?'t
less, on the norlh s:de of Hidl *?**-?:.
the corner of Seventh Street, and run
ning back 129 feet, more or less -tn-s
property is centrally. located on the busi
ness street of th. city and at the JuncUon
of two lines of street-cars. On "^ rear
part of the lot ,s a BRICK- BLTLDIXG,
occupled as a fi&tor's office and dwelhng
that is always Decupied. This property
will be sold as ; whole or divided to suit
purchasers. Ymr attention is especially
called to this ale. as it is very se'dom
such desirable property is put up under
the hanimer wihout reserve.
TERMSi Onethird cash: balance in s.x,
twelve and eigkeen months, deferred pay
ments bearlng interest and secured by
deed of trust.
A. I. ADAMSON, Auctioneer.
By Augcstine Royall & Co..
Real Estate Vgcnts and Auctioneers,
Office, X). 19 Tenth Street,
T-RUSTEE-S S.ALE~ OF VALUABLE
t HULL-ST1EET PROPERTY ON
MOXDAY, SEPTEMBER 17. 1000,
AT 4:30 O'CWL'K P. M., OX THE
PREMISES, NJAR THE CORNER OF
TWENTIETH LND HULL STREETS.
By virtue of adeed of trust, dated No
vember 5 1S04 and duly recorded in the
Hustings' Cout for the city of Man
chester, Va., i! D. B. Vol. IS, page 126,
and being reqired so to do by the bene
liciarv, defaulthaving been made m the
pavment of tb note therein secured, I
will sell. at pblic anction. on the day,
liour and plae< named above, the follow
First. That AH'ABLE LOT, with old
building ther?n, fronting on ihe north
line of Hull Sreet 40 0-12 feet by 150 fcet
deep, bctweci Xineteenlh and Twentieth
Second. Tl.t XICE FRAME HOUSE
AND LOT oi the east line of Twentieth
atreet, betwtn Hull and Bainbridge
Streets, fronfrig ?"' t<=et by 131 feet, more
or less, withjood frame dwelling thereon.
This propay should attract attention.
j.-'or other urticulars call on the auc?
TERA1S: psh as to expenses of salc
an? to pav/ note of $1,100, with interest
frohi May ( 1S95, till puid; the residue
upon such Jrms as will be announced at
siile. [SAMUEL II. PULLIAM,
3y A. L. Adimson
N. W. liwe,
lial Estate Auctioneers.
TTxtUSTfes' AUCTpN SALE
that i-fshly improved axd very
v/luabee svock farm,
FROXftXG OX JJMES RIVER. ABOIIT
T\\P M1LES JKOAI RICHMOND,
IX CHB3TERFIELD ?
ALTJABB3 DEPOSITS OF
Biciv ClJlr AXD GRANITE.
By irtue of two deeds of trust, the
first Jted May \>, IKrj, and the other
datedApril 10, li|>S, and recorded in the
clerk'i office <a Chesterfield County
Coury the idrinemn Deed-Book 80. page
aJS, itd th; lattti in Deed-Bpok Xo. 05,
pagq5s4, djfault liaving been made in the
pav/ent o a paft of the debts secured
thepby, aP beiia; directed so to do by
thejfiblderathere'tft the undersigh'ed, trus
will qfer forSsale, at public auctidn,
, the prepises, m
'w'EDXBsDAY OCTOBER 3. 1000,
at 5 o'clocl P. Ma the FARM known as
AVHITUY' coitaining TWO HTJN
ARED ANp XIXrTY'-FlVE (200) ACRES
Oj.' LAXJ, moraor less, fronting on
James Rivr, and Sctendlng to and iront
mg on thd PeteriMirg Turnpike.
This lanqis in ue highest state of cul
tiVation, aid em races about one hun
dred acres of ri.-er lowgrounds, which
easily ylefl sixt. j bushels of corn per
ucre. Theannual hay crop is about one
buridred tins. TI.j! buildings are a very
handsomefaiansio^containing 14 rooms,
oath-room and iriodern conveniences;
overseer's house, qjuarters; stable room
;or sevent' horse, jhay barns, etc. This
property las the rqjjutation of being, aiw..
is in feaitv, the hiost attractive and
valuable arm in the vicinity of Rich
mond. , _
ln additon to it.= value as a stocK tarm
and an ittractiv. country residence, it
is exceptbnally valuable for the tollow
ing- purpees: , ,.
First ts frontrce. of about one-nalf a
mile on Jimes - - Jr, which at this pomt
is about two feet dfeeper than at Kich
mond, mlkes it v ry valuable for manu
?.acturing and shriping purposes. lhere
is probatiy no bev.er site than this for a
large shi-.-yard ai.l ary-doek.
Second. There : .an excellent gramte
qiiarry oi the pr.perty, near the nver,
aiso, larje deposiii of brick clay; spien
did shippng laciiitm both by water and
rallroad.ithe depoiit;|pf brick clay being
immediately on tid| Seaboard Air=Line
.auv.ay, which pi.-sqs through the laim,
' ThTrd. Vhe elecric! line that has been
recently curveyed from Manchester. _to
Petersbutg alohg tb| Petersburg lu n
pike passs imiru.ately in lront ot the
rcar part of tiiis .arm, thus making it
raluable :or acrei-ie lots.
TERMS: One-fo rth cash and the bal?
ance in one, two and three yea-s,
a'nnually. N %r- B.?^r?'V t,
T'ultee m First Deed.
sell Tru-iftel in Second Deed.
Bv H Sefdcm Taylor,
Real Estate As-ai and Auctioneer,
Xo. S North Eel|venth Street.
nOL'RT SALE OF^ THAT DESIR
0Ua1;leSAXD CEfeRALLY LO^
CAT,:l? TiiKKLo lyW AvD BASE
HEXT BRICK iWELElXU-HOLbE
Xo. 4nT ELl,A^Vr STREET BE
TW'EE.X MAB^ALL AXD
I" part exeouttonof ^he decr.ee rendered
llarch - a ,u ?'? thts Circuit Court of
Campaell' county, ^1 in, "?? *$ ?
i-ilion, &c vs tihqtt, to., l wiu. ^
special cornmissioner Biereby appotated:
proceed to sill the| above-mentioned
*-OUSE and LOT it public auction, on
the pretnises; on .,Jip1?t, ,- 10nn
-MOXDAY, SFiTEMBER 17, 1000,
AT 0-'?u LVCLW-CJi. P. il.
Tais 1,'ouse was-tiih.of the best ma?
terial, in the mi-'. tSunstantial manner,
ahd contains r' ro-i""- besldes bath-rooms,
kftchen; and sor\-,-^''-Vij0?s- alld ** SU1J"
Pliod with the usualfonodern lmprove
The lot fronts -^W^^d runs back
160 feet to awide.-bllHalleV .
Tkt? i-ict that T.S property is so well
and cr-ntrallv loc'iwd !in a *ropd neigh
borhoo'd and eo'iveni^nt to all public
buildings should coain*nd. it to all seek
TEHMsTOn* W& ?Hh: ,baIan.ce at six,
twelve, and ei"l'--n ghonths,; for nego
tiable notV-s wiiH ihterest added, and
the uue retainlu unW the whole Pur
chase inoney is paW ^a a deeu is ordered
oy the "urt. .^ H SACIvETT,
yJ:tA jpecial Commlssioner.
l!t CampbeHCirc^Prt Clerk'? o?ice,
l^SlwHfv .hal Charlesi-t. Sack
-tt/^rn^o^^a^xecuted bond as
required in above .^f jj. WITHERS. '
AUCTIO.V KAI/ES?Futttre Days.
By C. L. & H. L. DenocmT~>~^
Real Estate Auctioneers,
821 Main Street.
OLIMISSIONERS' SALE. BY PUBLIC
, AUCTION, OF \
THE ATTRACTIVE, MEDITJM-SIZED
No. 711N. Twenty-Sixth St
By virtue of two dccrees of the Law
and Equity Court, entered on the 2d dav
of July, 1900, and on the 9th', day of
August, 1000, in thc suit of Slater, Myera
& Co. vs. T. J. Driscoll, the'undersighed,
special commissioners therein appointed,
will sell. by auction, on the premises, on
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1900,
at 0' o'clock P. M., the property above
described, beginning 125 feet north of M
Street, and running nortlnvardiy and
fronting on the east line of Twenty-sixth
Street 40 feet, and running back between
parallel lines 123 feet to a ll-foot alley.
TERMS: Cash as to expenses of sale,
any taxes that may be due and unpaid
and to pay h tesum of ?617.10, and bal
ance on a eredit of six and twelve
months, in equal instalments, the pur
chaser giving negotiable notes, with in?
terest added, and title retained until all
the purchase-money is paid and convey
ance is ordered by the court, or all cash,
at the option of the purchaser.
S. J. DUDLEY.
J. SAMUEL PARRISH,
C. L. & H. L. Denoon, Auctioneers.
I, P. P. Winston, clerk of said. court,
certify that the bond required of the spe?
cial commissioners by the decrees in said
cause of July 2, 1900, has been duly given.
Giveh under my hand this llth day o?
Julv. I'.luo. P. P. WINSTON,
By Augustine Royall & Co.,
Real Estate Agents and Auctioneers,
Office. Leader Building,
HE FINEST BUSINESS PROPERTY
KVER OFFERED IN OR NEAR
THIS CI'lx AT AUCTION, ON
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER IS, 1900,
AT 4:30 O'CLOCK P. M., ON THE
PREMISES.?At the request of Mr.
Thomas B. Cersley (who retires from
active business oh account of ill-health),
we will sell, at auction, on thc- day. hour
and place named above, thc SPLEN
DIDEY'-ARRANGED STORES.'Nos. 231$
to 2321, inclusive. These handsome and
admirably-located stores are well built
and in line order, with all the modern im
provements, city water, etc. The lot
front s 113 feet on Hull Street and over
250 feet deep, with largc and well-ar
ranged stables, sheds. etc. This is the
best-equipped property for the conduct
ot a large trade anywhere to be found in
Also, FOUR HANDSOME VACANT
LOTS will be sold at the same time, ad
joining the first-described property.
Also, a SPEENDID PLOT OF GROUND
in the rear of the first-named stores, con
taining over an acre, well suited for
A plat of this property is with the auc?
tioneers. and wil! be shown at sale. For
further particulars address thc under
TERMS: On the store property, one
ntth cash, balance at one, two, three and
four years; on vacant lots, one-fourth
cash, "balance at one and two years, for
notes, 0 per cent. interest, secured by
ACGUSTIXE ROYALL & CO.,
By Edward S. Rose Company,
Real Estate Auctioneers,
No. 11 North Eleventh Street.
HERE SS Y0UR CHANCE. -
For the purpose of closing up an estate
we are instructed to sell, by auction, upon
the premises, on
WEDNESDAY, THE 19TH DAY OF
at 5 o'clock P. M., that VALUABLE
Bl'SINESS SITE, numbered S10 WEST
BROAD STREET. The lot has a front
of 22 by 14o feet to an alley in rear 20
feet wide. The future of this property is
exceedingly bright. Attend and secure a
TERMS: At sale.
EDWARD S. ROSE COMPANY.
sel3 Auctioneers. ?
By H. A. McCurdy,
Real Estate Auctionecr.
T'RirSTE^ S SALE OF HOUSE AND
1 EOT No. 1415 NORTH THIRTY
F1RST STREET.?In exec-ution of the
prbvisiohs of a certain deed of trust of
August 30. 1S99, and duly recorded in
Henrico County Court, D. B. 157 B, page
LoO, the undersigned will offer for sale,
upon the premises, on
SATURDAY, SE1- i'EMBER 15TH,
at 0 P. M., all the REAL ESTATE con
veyed by the said deed, consisting of a
two-story frame detached dwelling", large
stable and the necessary outhouses. The
lot has a front of 5S feet on the eastern
line of Thirty-iirst Street beyond T Street,
and runs back 105 feet to an alley, and is
of less width on said alley, and is known
as Lots 23 and 24 of Ullman and Waller
TERMS: Cash as to cost and expenses
of sale and any delinquent taxes, and
sufficient to pay off a note for $200, with
interest from 30th August, 1S99; balance
at one aad two years, with interest
added, and secured by trust-deed.
sell R. B. MeCURDY, Trustee.
REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE
UXiOX BANK OF R1CHMOXD, AT
R1CHMOXD. IN THE COMMOX
WEA-LTH OF VIRG1N1A, AT THE
CLOSE OF BUSINESS,. SEPTEMBER 5,
1SC0, MADS TO THE AUD1TOR OF
PUBEIC ACCOUNT3 OF THE COM
MOXWEALTH OF YIRGINiA.
Loans and discoun.s. ?1,31S,3i9 46
Other stocks, bonus and mort- . .?
?a^es..-.. IiS6,3s4 oO
Due?i'rom natibnal banks. ll<J,l?'J !>3
Other real es.ate. 11,620 00
Curreht expenses and taxes
pa.d. LSSf 9-?
Checks and other cash .tenis... l-'i 2o
Specie, pickels and cents. J?2 >4
Paper currency. 3G6 uo
Capltal stock paid in.$ S^SO-OO
Uadivided proflts. 2d4,ho <U
Dividends unpaid. oij w
Ihdividual depdsits subject to
ch'ecki C0 days' notiee.. I,2o4,40t> 6a
Time certifteates cf deposit; iO
days- notice.,. I?.ai2 44
Interest on deposit in advance.. oo,uot) 00
:State of Virginia?City of Riehmond?ss.:
I, J. B. fcseasley, easWer of the above
named bank, do solemniy swear :ha: the
above statement is true, to.the best of my
knov.ledge anu belief. ' .
J. b. UEAbEE^ , Casn.er.
Subscribed and svvorn ro ir-eLore me. rhis
13th day of Septemfcer, IH00.
J. E. M'KENXEY, Xotary PubUc.
VIRGIXUS XEW TUX,
- T. WM" iJE.M :-...'i'oX.
R. T. ARRlNGi^N. JR
LOST ANI) FUUXI)
lost.-a"ciieck drawn by a. j.
Chewning Company" on Citizens Ex
chahge ~Bank, Riehmond, Va.. dated
September .S, 1000, numbered 753,- pay
able to order of J. J. Leake. atiorney.
for thirty-seven hundred dol'tax-s, and
certilled by the National Bank of Vir
ginia; has been lost and payment thereof
stopp'ed. The h .blic ,is cautioned not to
receive said chack,
J. JORDAN LEAKE.
STRAYED, YESTERDAY MORXING,
uo'm the residence of Judge Ingram,
No b'rni Porter Street. Manchester, a
wel'l-grown SETTER-DOG PUPPY, nine
montlff old; eolor, pure white, with
liver-eolored ears. Answers to name of
"Birdo." A suitable reward will be
paid for his return.
ELEVENTH AND CLAY STREETS.-|
ODen daily from 10 A. M. to o P. ?I. ?
AdaSIsion. h S-?** "*~ "? Snturdava;
SCHOiMLS AN? COUIOIS,,
NORTHEAST C0*>NER BROAD AND NINTH STREETS, RICHMOND, VA.
^ xxx.abj. v.uu^x.xc x>?^ ^ Riehmond, Va., December 11. 18?0.
* Dear'siri-AIl oftn^voting mea that you have recommended to me have proved
themselves efficienand worthy of the confldence you place in them. I find your
college a verv eonvrnient and satisfactory place to procure competent young
menVand I Ihall makjit a practice ia the future of commuaicating with you'whc
I need young men. FreJght A?ent Somhern Rallway C^Pany.
During the past montm until rccentl>%we have had an avcrage of three appll
cations a dav for our students to *aKe S^~sn\_/J
posilions. niainlv for male stenograpners. / ? Jf\ , 7\/
with salarles offercd as high as feou p^r ^* ?/l \//,r [X * .
month. No vacations. Students may ( \^*~KJif-f ) . A' J0
enter any time. but now is the best time- ^^^^^^^/f^^^/y^J' /^
Call new 'phone 1223, or visit the college ^~*^_^ y^f/^ftCie^SC^^
office any time, or write. ,..:_?? - . presldent.
ITake Pcssenger and Power Company
Cars?the direct iir.e to the Theatre.
A SHOW THAT WILL PLEASE
Mile. Dunka, Jack Norworth, Kin
man Sisters and others.
LUBIN'S IKIOVIHG PiGTURES.
Actual Scenes Reproduced.
Go With the Crowd.
Two nightsandSatr ,
g niencing |
FRIDAY, 5EPTEMBLR 14.
Marie Coreili's Great Work,
Presented by a very strong company. Ftrst
appearance in Riehmond.
Tuesday and Wednesday*
Mr. GEORGE W. LEDERER presents
the famous London and Casino Theatre,
New York, success,
THE BELLE OF NEW YORK
GORGEOUS IN BEAUTY!
GLORIOUS IN FUN!
GREATEST IN SUCCESS!
Carefuliy Selected. Cast.
Owing to the length of.programme cur
tain will rise at S:15 P. M. ,rnRPnW
Sale of seats opens TO-MORROU
MORNING. Prices: Evenmg, Sl.aO. ?>'?
75, 50 and 25c; Matinee, ?1, 75. M and IM.
vriRGINLV-IN THE CLERK'S. OF
V FICE OF THE CHANCERY COl. K l
OF THE CITY OF RICHMOND. THE
"x'H DAY OF SEPTEMBER, iyUO-1-N
H. L. Watson, who sues, &c-1 iainua.
John T. Hughes, Sheriff of the city of
Riehmond, and as such administratoi
d. b. n. of John Tierney, deceased; Right
Rev. A. Van de Vy ver, _and the un
known heirS of John Tlerney, deceased.
if any there be.'.Defendants.
The object of thi^ suit is to subjeet the
estate or the late John Tierney, a resi
dent of the city of Riehmond. who died
intestate on the 21st day ot September,
xjijii, to the payment of his debts; and to
have a sale of the lot" of land at the
northwest coraef of Baker and Fourth
Streets, and the lot ot land on Leigh
Street, between Price and St. James
Streets. in the city of Riehmond, of
which the said John Tierney died seized
and possessgd, and the proceeds dis
tributed among those entitled to receive
And affidavit having been made and
nleii that ther.e are or may be persons
interested in the subjeet matter of this
suit, whose namea are unknpwn?viz.:
The helrs of John Tierney. "deceased, such
persons being made parties to the bill by
the generai description of parties un
known, it is ordered that such unknown
parties, if any there be, appear here
w.tfiin fifty days after due publicacion
oi this order and do what is necessary
to protect their interests in this suit.
Teste: CHAS. O. SAYIEEE.
Watson $: SKipvvith, p. q.
LjAiH OF YIKCINIA? IN THE
?O ,i.Ll.i:KS OFFICE OF THE COR
!j!:ATK-:. OR U- ST1NGS COl RT OF
THE 'C1T5 OF .... -V. i . ES'J ER, THE
., ii 1>A', I : tbi'Tt..\!i.tK, lboo:
Frahk E. Marks and Martha, his wife;
W. T. Smith and Minnie S.. his wife; ,
H. H. Pollock and Charlotte R.. his
wife; Millard F. Martin. Louis R. Mar
tin, Harry Brown and Addie E., his
wife: W. T. Martin, Jr.t and Mrs. W. T.
Martin. Jr., his wife; M. 11. Martin.
Nana Bovd (an int'ant), and - Boyd,
husband of Nellie Bovd (deceased). . j
The object of this suit is to partition j
among the descendants of W. T. Martin
and EUen E. Martin, his wife (both de?
ceased), certain real estate lying in the
city of Manchester and in the county ot
lie Boyd. deceased (formtrly *vine wux
right), are not resideats of thia toiate.
thevare hereby required to appear withln
fifteen days after due publicatlon ot this
order in the cierk's offlce ot this court j
and db what is necessary to protect thetr (
interests in this suit. n.,V\T
A copy-Teste: H. E. D^j
Henry R. and Jno. Garland Polijird,.
Oounsel. ? -
Oppoait* Uotu-oo 3S??rfc
Tblrty-fflxtb Session. September 20. 130*.
to June ?, laot.
?Wl? AKSTTT ??t COW.MX *?>**:? ror LS8a-19rtn
DyrvKasmr or vrs^DiiA-rfows D?oa?M ?. ?
a. x.. m; a. lj m.i roarrY-rocit CtfrLo* x* ar rwTaJwt
KJCiUtOM) COXLiaa.?TWO US<1R,t*S (H. A. Hd B u
one ascuU aad *wari:CN 0EVLOU4.S. ?T prrc asyai
TOIYlUtSHY (I0UJIOI KSDtaZKK?TBKn DIBgiM
?j rotre BSPKiawTat'vks. ^^
A5XAFOU8^-02?? rhAOCiTS vltt tiiM Stvd. MM
KTHScrrjiTm. ^"" ""?
Frtn=!p?l ?t 6?P? ?B? a?pt?m&ar Jtt. >"o. 7 N. Btfrtoar*.
Catakn* wtti ?:T-.Btjt? Cotlet* aM.M. rwim, Cootm.1
%fc. MaCuin, 13 ChuatMt ?r Oiuh^ K jimfKS^mZ
Session begins Sept. 20. For Special Law
Pres't F. W. BOATWRTOnT.
Richmond. Va. ,
Mr. and Mt^s. F. Stayton Thompsor
have removed to
117 North Fifth Street
(between Grace and Franklin),
and will receive pupils in
THEORY and HARMONY and StGHT
SIXGIXG on and after MOXDAY, Sep?
tember 24 th.
SHi PARK AVEXFE.
FOR GIRI.S AXD SMALL BOYS.
REOPEXS SEPTE3IBEK --''Uh.
MISS CAUR1E LEE CAMPBEIaL,
MISS ADA L. ARFXDEL.
Carriage will ca'.l for Kindergaxten pupils.
Nolley's Schoo! for Boys.
Pine St., Bet. Grace and Franklin.
OPEXS MOXDAY. SEPTEMBER \24TEt
Xew pupils enrolied FRIDAY. Sept. 21st.
Prepares boys for Colleges and the L'ni
versitv of Va. Cataiogues at th?- "booK
stores and Chelf's drug-store. For furthor
particuftvrs address the principal at Asrt
land, Va., till Sept. 17th; after that timo
at 829 West Grace Street.
GEO. MEREITT NOLLKY.
The New Loan
Four Per Cent. Coupon Bonds.
(With Privilege of Registration.)
Issued for Refunding. Street Improye
ment and School Bonds. dated Si ptember
l l'.n.n. maturing September i. 1930, wJth
o'ut option, have been purchased by our
Rill KleyHolte & Co,
Xew Vork City, Xo. I Xa,ssau Street:
Cincinnati. O., Third and Walnut Sts.:
Chicago. III., No. 171 L.i Salle Street.
We offer these Bonds to the public as
the safest and most conservative bovest
ment obtainable :or tovestment oi prtvata
capital, trust fun< s. savtngs tastituuons,
trust compar.ies, banks, etc.
PRIGE, 104 m IriTEREST,
Yielding 3.77 !-2 Per Cent '
on the Investment.
Full cescription will be furnished by
addre^sing either one oi our offices. We
deal in many other bJgh-grade irtvest
meitt^. Parties interested are respecttully
recraested to commumcate with us beiore
in\YU'lf' F V R X I S H DESCRIPTTVE
LIS'lo OX APPLTCATION. CORRE
[c. W. BRAiSCH & CO.
STATE BALMK BUILDING.
BANKERS and BROKERS
Private wlrea New York. Chtcago aml
all DrlnciDal trade ceatres. oc3-8t
SVIoney to Loan.
IN ALL AMOUXT3.
Charges low and n^delay^ ^^
seO-lt 5 Xorth Eieventh Strafl*
\\ AN'IS" /
SEWIXG-MACKIXE SALE.-WE HAVH
a !ot of Xew Ilomes, Xew Meals acd
Cllmax Machlnes. a little shop-worn. :u
"ood as new. .Wiii sell very cheap for
ca-h Examine our new style Tailoring
Ma hine; nothing on the market to equa!
it- price r^asonable. We sell 3 needlea
I ,-Vr 5 cent.-<. Do not purchase any Ma
Ph'rtfl before you examins ours. XEW
HOME SEWTNG MACHINE OFFICE.
m East Broad Street. Richmond. Va.
TVANTED BOAJtD FOR LADY AXE
" ," . ,, .,?,:-i with closet. convenieni
r; ;;..';.' .', ;::-ai!y located. Address R.,
WAXTED. TO SKLL CHEAP. A R.VIL
ROAD Ti'-'KET from Richmond to a
pbint about thirty miles from Tampa.
No risk. Address K. ,L., care this paper.
UKI.l* WAN I'KD.-St.ile.
WAXTED?MEX TO LEARN BARBER
tride: eight weelcs requ^red; special offer
of board, tools, sehoiarship and trans
portation to our College at Chicago or
Xew York eontinued this month. PoaU
tions guaranteed. Catalogue and parti
? culars free. Moler Barber Coi'.ege Rep
resentative, 415 4th Av.. Pittsburg, Pa.
WAXTED?GOOD WHITE BARBER3.
1-JCC East Main Street, at Seitz's New.
Stylisb Barber Shop. Best wages pald
in this city. At once.
S1TU ATIOXS AVANTED? Female.
?%'ANTED. BY GRADUATE eV UNI
versity course of Mary Baidwln Seml
nary, a position in school or famlly for
auvapeed or ptimary work. Fwur years?
"* experience. Highest referencea. Ad?
dress Misa K., care Carrier 3. Staunto^