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THE RICHMOND DISPATCH-TUESDAY, OCTOBER 11, li-M-_____=
Tin* Tenth Anniversary Sale.
citv. It??- accomplishments
TU KEMP A ?3T0RE.
The story oi ten years
tic ?mi?i'l.tii'i?!i-?' EOT Kiclim
inK ;!? ? gas, and appropriai
gima i. tail trade With it!
the MI...-4 complete (lri??'irtm
Ten years ago as now t
the price-power of its mere
The Anniversary 5.
is capable of doing.
All its good work is aefl
most liiniMial at any other 1
LOOK ON THE W'iNOKR OF
I IIILlllirV?. I ??\TH,
the biiuly ? f th. .r styles and the un
taste In their entire make up. A i
r>r??n?in.iu mak? r liad th?ni ready
?hipmenf. when he was forced to
Thi-f? several thousand go at half-i
tbts morn 11 a-. A: . s from 2 to 16 yt
turf kind of n Child'? Wrap.
CMMrsn'a Beefer Jackets, braided t
and ?front, In all BtSSS, for UM shi
be t2 an?l '2 .'"
Children's 1 ><?ut?1? -! "? "-"""'I R?
Ja?*kets, large sailor collar, bral
Beet f'?r M ., uaual $1 BO value.
Chlldren'a it...fer Jacketa, Ib ?il
BOT* colors, trimm? I with fancy bi
and l.'ickif s. sailor collar eft.-, t, usi
!v ri7."> and ft tor I
Chlldr?*n's RtM?fei .1 k. t??. handsorr
bralde.l. for *< 25 value J7....
?Chlldr.- 'a i:- fer -! beta, Ib be?
Y? n? Man fl >th. .!<??i!.ic-M? a-t"l :
handsomely braided, lor $S, In
?12
Children's R-wf-nr Jackets, In nil the n
ch.-i-ks tririiTii. 1 with flbboa I
buckle?, for *.">. ?hould be UM
Th?. New 1? w.v Jack??!?. In Mllltr
Who and ?"..? -net. lr!mni?-.l With bn
buttons, ?earn? POI I I ?ti:d high c
lars, In all ??z? *. lof ?
CURTAINS,
With more kinds, style
and prices to choose frot
than you could possibi
look over in a dav's laboi
AN ENTIRE STOCK O
FINE IMPORTED CUR
TAINS. BOUGHT AT LO
PRICES?Real and Imi
tation Curtains.
Handsome Laoa Curtains, with T.att?*t
bern lar-ii borders, made OB Baal r?
nales? tw?. f'.r $,'? a pan
Beautiful Irish Point Lue Curtain
with heavy, rich bordSTS, fi"m *,'. u
to %?,:> a pi'lr.
Fixant Tambour Laca Curtains, wit
heavy lap ' . for $.'?, $*>, and I
a pair and Upf
Painty Net Curtains with full Fr??nc
rutila?. f??r &' and upwards
lit) Curtains, with pretty em
liri.i.lereil l.?.r'lers. for $_'. %2.~?i, S2.1'.
and up t'i V> a pair.
A beautiful line of Siikollnc? Draperie
for 18c a yai I.
Tinsel Crepe Draperies, 6 l-2c.
Fancy-FiKur.-d Art Chains fur Re.
Stylish Cretonnes for 10 and 11 1-'-'*
l'OHTIKRl-.*.
Btyttsb Damask Cortalns, in all of tb
*??"# colors, ?nr $1.% a pair.
rn Curtnlns, In all of the rl.i
Oriental colora, f"r * :?;.'"? a pair an'
upwards of tl.r> a pair.
Beautiful chenille Curtains for UM uj
to MUM a pair.
Exquisite Silk Curtains, In all of th?
new, stylt?!! colorings, for $10, 8l'*.50
II.'.. Up t'. .?_'.. a pall
Rich M- xi.an Cnrtalaa, with or withoul
fringe, for 112.60 and Jit a ?'air.
UUS SILK*. AI.??M*. IVOIi.n KF.RP
THIS STORI". |\H IV AIIV.IM !*_.
'lia n,,, t critica! people find wliat they
?want, and a third and often half the
I'M'- I k?d for these prades elsewhere.
A QRIA1 LOT 09 silks to-i?ay
AMONO THk'M
?Novelty l",u..,y Silks, .H.inprlsinp; the
n?-w broches, bordered pean de sole,
and the aew bayadere eff.-cts,
valu? jl, and tLM a yard.
Mew Polka i?"ts, <?n colored .?r Black
saun grounds, thli aesson'a new? it
noveltl? s, '.???. . j .?.i.
Ilia? k l'aaii d? Btlen? a new- fall silk
fabric, very rich and handsome, a ?pe
?ial bnrnu at Be. yard.
*Bia. k Satin Royal, with bright, lustrous
finish, would he good valu? tit UM I
yard, for ti a yam.
Black Gros-Orala Brocada, heavy, rich,
round cord, worth ?St-?, a yard, for 44c.
a yard.
Plain Colored Silks, for Street wear, in
corded poplins, lienf-nllne de Sole, and
taffeta, In every co;i?-.lviiblo coloring,
for 66. 7*k*.. and $1 a yard.
Black Taffeta, In a heavy, extra-double
V8J1, tiimlity usually ksc. a yard, for
a. a yard.
Illumin?t? ?1 satin Ombre?, 60 different
color?nas, for 29c. a >..ni.
Block Satin Suitau.. the beet Lyons
CJ.?0 quality, for MM a j
Liberty Satin. In ?very new color, usual
75c. ?-rade, for Mo, I yard.
dlack du less OOOBBL
The finest Import?".!, the new. hand
pomest of every kind. Prepare for prices I
today something llko this:
60-inch Kxtra-Hcavy Imported CamelV
Halr Cheviot, all l"iio wool, tho 12
kind, for SI.-? a vurd.
It took several months
of preparing, and is a sight
that no citizen of Rich
mond is likely to forget..
The great store has .brought
compliments and creMit to the
admonishing features of HOW
that" the store was too gigan
1 ,s now assured a most crovyn
M most important factor to \ ir
Benl additional space its by far
store in all the South.
tore depends for its success on
lise.
is to prove what the store
I by the special prices that are
$1 4R All-Wool 44-lnch-wld-? C hevron,
wide range of ttfteo, toi US yard.
EpsufeUnes. in al Ik? nom iw,'iv,',s "n'1
Sects, all wool and wide double
Width, for &9c. a ynrd, would be a gai
fBlB at 8*e. a yard. .,__.
42-m< h All-Wool Enr-llsh Tweed, mp rt
er's j.riee 87ivc. a yard: sale price. 60c.
44-liKhr-w!do Barsden ??ranada, pure
mohair an?! wool, ?C. a yard, instead
of TT.c. a yard. _, ?,
2?W- a vard for Pure Mohair Sicilian.
handsome styles, would be a bargain
a yard. , _
Wide Double Width cor.le.1 T.mpress
Cloth for l?*' a yard, usually Uc
yard.
A BOrTrON CX)NCBRM TURK!
? m ??urn DMsaaaM GOODS
INTO CASH.
See what economy these counters offer
to-day. The tempting ?fonder.?* will strike
deep Into th?? purse of those that venture
to see these many hundred pieces of
BTottlaal goods of this ??a?on.
French nr-indcloth. .r>2 Inches wide. *1
grade, for '..>. a vard.
Kplngte COTda and Oranit" Dress Fahrt ?*s,
!n n??w. fr.p Shades, only Uc. 0 yard.
Covert Cloth, every new shade, a regu
lar MC, value, for r?7,->. a var?!
French Venetian Cloth. In all tbr newest
shades Imported to sell for SI.4?: our
price <?*S'e. a vard.
Silk and Wool Rebellines. 4" Inches w!de.
Importer'-; prfee U.M; on sal? for $!.!??.
Prussllls Cloth, al! wool, nice for tailor
suit*. 45 Inches wide, only 4Sc. s vard.
French Trlcotlnc. full 4? lnrr?s wide. In
i-v rv s-l!ri,*,. f,,r ?iRr p vard.
Pretty Rens. |n broeaded fiinire-.-. '"t
Inches wide, all eolor?. for 280. B vard.
Wind I?re?s t^abrles. in brocaded effePtS,
every shade, sells regularly f??r i!>e.,
only UAe, b yard.
Silk nr?d Wool Novelty Fabric? for "7U-".
a yard.
HI CARPKT DMPABTMMBT
BUMPRI8B8 OUR Richmond pf.oplf.
Only Greater New York could be expect
ed to create such on enormous depart
ment. Nothing is left undons. Stock.
styles, and designs, as well as prices make
the department most famous.
Smith's Moquotte Carpeta, light and
dark effects, are here for K.c. a yar?l.
Wilton Velvet Carpets, f?r rooms, halls,
anil stairs, ?it" here f..r 70c. a yard.
Smith's. Banford's. or Koxbury' Pest 10
Wire Tapestry Carpets are here for
He.
All-Wool Ingrain Carpets are. here for
toe.
Five-Frame Rody Brussels Carpets,
some with borders, are lute for t'.'.e.
Half-Wool Tngrain ?Carpeta, for rooms,
halls, and stairs, arc ix-re for 33c. a
\ ird.
3x4-yard Reversible Smyrna Druggets
are here for $11.70, from $17.r,'t.
1x2-yard Chenille Smyrna Rugs, are fJc,
Smyrna Door Mats, fringed ends, are
21 e.
Carp?! Hassocks, Pnissels or Ingrain,
for 19c.
Yard-Wide Floor Oll-CIoth for 17c
I.IKK M.%I>K-TO-ORI>KR DRKSSF.S,
Perfection in the tailoring. The new. st
In everything, and pries to prove the
most ecoiiomlral way of getting a ti?\v
dr.-ss.
Ladles' Tailor-Made Suits ?if Vigaro
Twill Cloth, in Periwinkle Bike, Brown,
and .Mixed Cray, the new, long cuta
way .oats. Hied with heavy striped,
taffeta, and new flare skirts, for $22.
Blue, Brown, and Oray Suits, of Camel'?
Hair, round, tlghl-filting coats, but
toned up the front, lineo with heavy
colored satin, the new flare skirt, for
Si?;.."".
Tailor-Mad? Suits, in Rlack Camel's.
Hair Berge, nom cut c?iat and sie? \a- ..
Jacket silk lined, for MM.
Ladles' Handsome Suits of Mixed Covert
?ioth. fly-front Jackets, silk lined, per
fect fitting, for 112.60.
Fatigue Tight- Killing Suits, in mllitnrv
bluc and green. artistically tracod on
seams of skirt and Jaoksl with a
fin.? worsted braid, Jaek'-t silk-lined.
With idgh velvet rollar, for *-?.
Tailor-Made Bulta in Blue and nrown.
tue new cut skirt and round coat, for
$7.50.
SKI'AHATE SKIRTS.
"lack Figured Crepofl Skirts, lined with
the best percaline lining, fot UM
Black Mohair Skirts, mad?- with the new
circular flounce, for UM,
Black Figured Skirts, trimmed with four
silt, bed satin bands, the now cut skirt
for $4.2.".
Kavy-Blue and Illack Serge Skirts.
pi' U.d back and percalln. -lined, for
$3.50.
Black Brocaded Silk Skirts, in large and
small f!f*ures, nlcelv made, fair $4.?.:?
All-Wool Black and Blue Beifre ?-?Kirts
for ?JJs,
Blue and Green Mixed Skirts, lined with
percaline and velveteen binding, fur
?1.4*?.
Plaiil Skirts, in blue, red, and green, for
11.19.
Bla.-k Figured Mohair Skirts, nicely
lined, for $1.25.
THE COHEN CO. 1 THE COHEN CO.
LMPI OYMI.VI -WAMS.
n WTI7I1,
VBUfr WORTHY PERSON8 To TRA?
vcl. Salary, ?.*1 .pensea Refer
eni-es. En I Btampcd
?pe. THE DOMINION COMPANY,
Chicago._oc H-3U
W.4M171I,
Yliur.i: DRT--QOOD8 SALE8L M>IKS.
Jf not thoroughl) experienced, ,i.>t ai>
pry. W. A. CBKATWOOD, 15? east
M...U strc t._ _04 ll-.t* _
w \m i:i>,
BRIGHT, KNERQBTIC BRANCH 0F
p?. Manager. Southern city. salary and
tommisslon. Only person? <?f unqueatlon
jibl?- reliability need apply. Ad?
UEOROK F. CRAM. K? Fulton at reel,
fit* Yoik. " ll-li
44 IVTED
AT ONCB, -i I'lKST-" las.** ENOI
|.-r. Apply at the LEXINGTON H<
oc ll-li*
"WAXTEII,
M A rOUNO LADT OP REFINEMENT,
k i', Companion <>r Teacher lor
\- . chllilr? n. B. ' r? t. r. licet gtren.
0'.m?.-, mo lerat? - Mis? 8.,
t?f Postmaster, Mlllenbcck, Va. oc 11-21*
\\ ?Mill,
A rfTJRSB. APPLY AT No. lo7 ?CAST
_oc ll-lt*
W 4M 171?.
AT ONCB. SIX WA1TRE881CS AT
KllOtw????i?s LUNCH-ROOM, 12??' ea?t
Main at oc ll-li*
"WANTED,
ALMSMEN To HANDLE A COM
Vl.it- Km.- ?f l,ut>rl<-itling OH?, Oreases,
and Hp?>?-laltl' - ilcsl an the market.
OAKLAND KEFIN
l.VO l-DMl'ANY, Cl.-Mhn.d, O oc ll-4t
?A 1?1KD,
LAMI7S TO EMUUOIDKlt. WE SEND
work io your home prepaid. Semi i?d
?f<r?r?saed envelope fot one piece of em
broidery, with ?-ticas p.il.l. if our terms
are not to your liking, y?,u may
mum ,u our exi>?-n?e. Steady work anil
good pay. EMPIRE BMBBOIDSBY
W?i ? .-.. 23 Duanc ?irect. New York.
00 t-7l
EMPLOI MEAT ntVM.
w 4, ?a TE 11.
A YVH1TB MAN TO w..!:k' in* rtoi.E.
No hesvy work. Mum be quick, accurate
at figures Wages, *W a w?x-k. BU8INE88
care Dispatch. oc li-lt
WWTKIli,
AT ONCE. A YOUNG MAX WITH |ir..000
to take ?Position Of Seer, i iry of Cotton
Mill. Monej w.-ll i-.cured. No risk. "C,"
cue of Dispatch._oc 11-u*
WAsr*l*BD,
AN EXPERIENl 'ED SALESMAN TO
S'il Clothing through the \;iUey of Vir
Kinia ?mil west Virginia, und "their tri
butaries. M. 11 LAUCHHEIMER ,?.- SONS,
Pace and (?crinan utrecta, JJaltimore Aid
.- &Tu2t_
\* IM'KI?,
pi-.kmanknt position BY AN BX*
|.? 11. a. .1 Hook-ke? i>..-!-. A! references
Oood, moral habit.-?. Addrest C. .?'
Ic ?in 20. Manufacturer?' Rsoord Build
Ing. Raltlmore. Md._ oc 6.7,y,?Stll-4t*
WDiTKD,
LADIES TO DEVOTE ALL OR PART
of their timo at their homes, Introducing
an article useful to every woman. No
experlenco ncc ?-usury. Those who wl'l
interest themselves can substantially In
crease thfilr inootne. For particulars ad
dreat VAX LF.RG MEDICAL COM i* \ X y
Philadelphia, Pa. oc a--;t '
COAL, MOOD, AND COKE.
COLD WEATHER IS FAST AP
PRO.tt'fll.M..
STOP AND READ! STOP AND CON
SIDER I Stop and decide to leave your
orders for u.e VEttY LES'i coal in In?
in..i 1?. ' at
WM. H CULLING WORTH a CO.?.
corner Elghte.uUi and Mu.m .streets.
\\. ST? ???ei.itlg dully ALL GRADE?
AND SIZES OF COAL from the very t?est
mine'. Will make It to your Inurcbt H
you will call and leave your order?. We
gu?ranle? corrn-t weight and clean coal,
which h ? verj Important matter to con?
nlder. Vc do not ?Ulm to buve un a bun?
dune?, of money and to ?<rll good? bciow
coat, but we have ?ultlcient mean? to
carry on oar bu?ine?r, and we propose to
give au partie? favoring u? with their
trade good? that will give saust nuon at
a ?mall profit. as i>Th,su?*'i\iis?
DAY FOR DEMOCRATS.
THE MEMR.?. WALLACE 9PKAK AT
CHESTERFIELD COtJRT.HOlSE.
OTHER ITEMS FROM THE SOOTH SIDE
Sir. WHalner O Xotlee of Hla
Candidacy-Mr. Prrullsia and Mia?
( i.eiiii.i.n. 10 Wil tPsliala Psvaan
Stolen?rcraonal? and Briefs?.
Yesterday was court-day In Chester
field, and the beautiful October weather,
together with the fact that there waa to
h.? a discussion of the political Issues,
iittracted a considerable crowd to th?
court-house. Tho Wallace brothers, of
Richmond, were early on hand to r?pre
aent tho Democracy; Mr. Otis H. Russeil,
one of the Republican candidates for
Congress, came out from Richmond, and
Judge James M. Gregory, the Populist
leaOsr, was also present. Others in at
tendance were State-Senator W. P. M
?lwalne, of Peter? burg, Judge T. M. Mil
ler, of Powhatan. and Judge John H. In
grain, Messrs. i:. II. WellS, W. Hav Oar
nett. and I). L POlMam, of Manchester.
After devoting about two hours to
some trivial CBSeS, Jttdg? Clopton OOUr?
toously turned the eourt-hsus? over to
the speakers. Wh? f. .Mr. P, X. ughlll.
Demoeratlc county chairman, called the
meeting to order the court-house was
comfortably filled, th? andlenoc being
composed of substantial Barman and
BMroannta, with a few negros? perched
on flic hl','h scat3 at th? l?ach of tin
house. Mr. Cogbiii Introduced tbat well
known Democratic lender, Dr. Chenthnaa,
as the pn siding ?.ill? I r, and then pr?sent
. ?I Mr. Jefferson Wallace, th.- Democratic
elty chairman of Richmond, as on?
?nos? vigor?os party leadership had
made him no stranger to the people of
t?u- ? ouaty.
THB MtVnUBA, WALLACH BFBAK.
Mr. Wallace referred to the ties of kin
ship and friendship that bound him to
Chesterfield county, and dSVOted 8 fSSI
minutes to outlining In ,1 (racofUl WB)
the rslatlousnip between th.- caova
and Ins audience. He- first took up th?
manner in which the Republican party
had conducted the war. an?! scored tin m
for their miserable and criminal misman
agement, rsfsntaB to th.? horrors of the
hospital? and th.- camps In a way that
touched bfs audience. Briefly, but strong
ly, sket'-hiiig th.. Qag? bill h?- showed
how that measure would fssten the gold
atan?lard upon the country and turn th?
p.opi. over to the national banks, body
and soul. Th? speaker then devoted him
setf t.? the money question sa the all-eb
BOrbing Issue, and mnde S strong analy
sis of the Chica*" platform. !!> i losed
with sn aloQuonl tribut? to Captain
I... 11 j r>. .nil a keenly sarcastic reference
to the Rspublli a ii i andtdatea
Mi;. WALLA?'!-:. Jl'?.. BPBAaCE
Dr. Cbsatham then Introduced Ron
Charles M. Wallace, Jr., who delivered an
Bloquant address, ii? dovotod rnosl of Ida
time t<? th.- money question, ami ?kstchsd
tin? gradual but Steady <]epr. < lition In
values ihat ha?! followed the demonetiza
tion. With an i that hBfl not
often b-?n surpassed, he Bhowsd BOW th?
rich ha i been made richer snd tiie i.r
poorer, ami denounosd t!i<- gold standard
and Its supporter? in scathing terms.
When he cam? to discus? the rondu?-t of
th? war hi? audience was roussd to a
iiii;h pitch of enthusiasm.
Both of the Missis. Wallace were In
Un? voii-.-, and nmde good speeche?. Both
genttsBNO were frequently and Ubsratly
applauded, ami w<-re warmly congratu
lated after tho spanking.
Aft. r th.- Democrnts bad flalabed tit -
<-r"w?i bfl the court-bouse, snd Mr. Rtta?
s- 'I ?p.?k? to a small group of BBgroeS and
a handful of whit? s. .Mr RoSBOU was lit
traduced by Mr. Fltspntrlck, the Republl
<,in postmaster of Bwsnsboro' sad spoke
for abonl BB hour. Moat <.r his remarks
were about the d? !ln??ii( nt tax-bill, for
th? passsgs of which he denounced the
D?mocratie party.
Thar? win bo Demoeratlc meeting? all
through th? count?,- n? \t week, which will
be addressed by Captain Lamb, the
Messrs Wallace, and other speakers, sad
the campaign fpirn this time will Be vlgo
r"u< and eggn salve,
Judge Clopton was engaged In the early
part of the day in setting cas? s for trial
at thtl Icrm of the court. All of this,
are trifling.
RBV. MR. LEAR TO c,o.
The Methodist psoplc are already be
glnning to talk of the conference, which
meets at Portsmouth the ttth of n? xt
month, an?! th?' change? in the Methodlsl
ministry of this city. This is th,- fourth
y.ar of Raw. w. \v. Lear, of CenrraJ
church, and, of curs.', this popular pas?
tor trill go elaewahere. No other change?
win be necesssfy la Manchester, and
probably no Other will he Blade.
TAKJ3B a CONORE88IONAL BTRP.
Poctmsster Benjamin !:. WeMlger n
tcr.iay formally notified Ron ./. T. Law
less, Becreury of the Commonwealth.
hat ii.- would i" i ? indldste for ele -
tion to Congres? tram the Third District
of Virginia
Mr. John II. Fisher, assistant po.-'
master, took th?- notice to th.? office of
the Secretary and brought Back a receipt
that it had besa duly received Mr,
Wslslger is still oonflnsd to hi? room by
his accident at Hanover Courthous.
lbs day of th? Republican convention, bul
MB now sit up for awhile each day.
Engineers hav. been engaged Bear this
It) during tin- past several days in ?or?
rcylng a road-ban for th? Richmond,
burg and Carolina rallrna?!. Two
routs? han besa stepped out one rout?
tomes by th? Drswry mansion and thens?
to Maury street, and over a part o? this
thoroughfare to the river.
TO UK WBDDED BOON.
Announcement has been BMde of I h.
marriage of Mr. WUM im Leater Prei
mi Ml-s Daisy Augusta I h.-atliarn, in
the Mth of this month. The oeremony
will be performed at 4:.l(i p. M. of trat
lay at Mca.li -.Ma morial .-h i.ch, hy the
ector. Lev. Bon. Denis. The bl d
s B daughter of Mr. T. 1'. Oh.-athani,
I a young lady of many personal charms I
ind accomplishments. Mr. Prentlafl '?
oiinectcd with tite pOBt-OfBoe of Man?
?bester. B? la very opul ir, and is a man
ii tine personal character.
These young; people have the best wishes
>{ many friends in the city and county.
DKATH OF MRS. SMITH.
Mrs. Virginia Mlldrsd Smith, wife of
dr. XV. I!. Smith, die! Sunday morning,
it Chantar, aftsr a lingering Binons,
Daeaased was ?a the 7m?i year of her
ii-.-. Beside*! her husband she I BBS? i
ion?Mr. W. K. Smith, of this city?and
. number of grandchildren, Bh? was once
i ri sident of Manchester, and was well
mown bora.
The fcin? ral took place yesterday after
i h.h it 1 o'clock, from the house. K> v
v. ii. Das i fian oonducted th.- services,
nd the interment was made In th?: family
urying-cround. In the county.
pRRBONAIsfl AND I MUFFS.
Mr. John B? Goode Is detained at home
?y sick'
Mis.? llt-ttie (?oode, of Sklnquarter, is
uite 111 with malarial feva r.
Mias Tsrsssn Berger, of Moseley's, who
Bfl been 0X0* ** is VPr-*' * ?-- Improved.
lh<- has had the malarial fever for the
ast Mve weeks.
It now develops that the thief who en
ered the residence of Mr. Kdmund Tur
in, No. 110 east Sixteenth street, a few
uys ago, and took several articles of
td clothing and other things, also took
?luantity of Mr. Turpln'e private papers,
fhlch could be of no use to any one but
heir rightful owner. Mr. Turpln Is In
opes that these will be returned
Rev. XV. XV. Leur, pastor of the Central
Icthodist church, preached the dedlea
lon sermon of the High-Street church,
'etersburg. Sunday morning. Mr. W.
teglnald Walker, assistant general secre
nry of the State Young Men's Chriatlan
.sso. iutiajii. conducted the services at
'entrai cburch Sunday iuurulng. Rev.
Charle? N. Van Honten ot the Presbyte-'
rhin church, preached at nlgbt.
M?ndame? W. l. an<i a. A. Porter, of
No. 120 Cowardln avenue, went to Wash
ington y?st?ro,?y ?n a fjylnf trip to vl.slt
the family of Mr. Oeorge N- Porter, Bon
of the former. '
Bo ??rit la the aaSBBa
Orlt Is a grand thing and i>??11? a man
through many ? difficulty, nut there I?
no grit In 'Ah- -.I^k. ThI debilitated and
sufferer.*, from nervous pro-tratlon, thos??
permanently BTJBjBBt to gloom and de
pression, know that with the lo?? of vigor
and vitality grit goe? with them. Some
t!in?s, how? v.r. <(,urage I? Infused Into
the ?Ick by pood new?. W?'l. here I? a
of good news that should bring
bank hopo und courrgt?. Dr. QMSM, No.
35 west Fourteenth street, New York
.My, the anted ??nd srauansful ?pooiaiist
who ewe*? >,, it? i: y of th?- worst < a*M'S of
?f??aJrn?SS and loe? at vigor, ?.rfer? to give
B'lvlco. !'? mail, ire, to all who writ?-- to
him. Here is a rare ot.iiot tunlty to get
BB. h health. Write to Dr. Or?BBS to-ri .v.
\\ atkm-takbrs, attention!
?*vater-t\ki:r?<, attkntion:
4Jf*ic? of City Water-Works,
CUT Hull.
Richmond. Va.. October M. 1MW.
NOTICE TO WATER-TAKER8 IN THE
THIRD DISTRICT, AND ALL PER
BONS TAKING WATER THI'oI'OIl
METERS:
WIi. re bills remain unpaid C-CTOBBR
nth, th? ayater will i?e shut ,,fr
CHARLES E. HOLLINO.
0C 11-lt Supelillt.lent.
> ?>?.?>?? (O*- **-** "?>? .?*?M*9..c*???'*B*?4n*?>*B
?3.50,
FOR MEN. i
?3.00 *
FOR MEiH. T
'2.501
FOR BOYS. A
?
W.L. DOUGLAS I
SHOES BEST,N
THE WORLD
All the latest styles.
Kv.-rv kind of leather.
Bane on the new popular lasts, in
autumn ami winter weight.
An examination of our etock will
convince you that the W. L Pout-las i
.hoes are su-terior in every way to
those costing from $r> to ??<>.
ail aizca am? u iiiTiii.
LOUR EXCLUSIVE STORE
62j uasi broad street.
tfaVe . ?ssV-u asVa^aasW? ?ktUu, t*kv?< - - -***- - - *? ? ?_a??\^^.??Ts ? ..MA^m^t?A
?ra" I^e?,?sf7^?-***SBB?*?*' ?ss,,***> lar** **"**bf ^"?W * ?*?BjBjr^*-?BBj ? t-sj??. 11 ajj
'. Tb.SaAi'u)
I
BarnettLithia Hotel,
CHASfc CITY, VA?
YAZ. S. B?RNETT,
OWNEB AM? a*BOPBI] STOB.
(Xum rears' ssTnerleace In Ashetllle, N.
?'.. and Caaes Qtj I
PUBB LITHIA WATER
?Hid
BEST ACCOMMODATIOBl IX TOWN.
1 conaull my auaata,
"I consider Mr. Harn,-it th?- best hot, I
man I knew."?A DUtlaguishad Lasrjrer
and Bank I'r,--i,|,-ii'.
- .'-Th H?iA-Tu:',m.l|>vv.l2[?Su
III RIT4JESS WABTS.
For
U. S. Senator.
By Permission of the Giants.
D.> O'Sullivan,
Eighteenth and Main Sts., Richmond, Va.
Ctilpepper Creamery Hutter.
This is the seas, n aben th? Un -t pro
duit ,,f the dairy is acare? snd high.
Raving a t'-u reara' contract with
celebrated dairyman, Nathan it. Flll
"l B ibhllng Brook, Culpepper, V? .
i am propared t,. supply mj trade with
il,, tin. si ma.ie of Creamer? Mutter ever
sold on thla market. 1 pay Mr. FlllmOr?
IS cents for ?very pound he tells me, und
take hit > Dtire product. Ton ran buj
It frnm nie in any quantity, per ...,
pound. ???
Spiced Potted Ha-m and Tongue
IOC
3 larga .ans of each, fri-sh anci
pur.-, far .
Pure Cider Vinegar.
6,000 ?allons Old Virginia C1.1t
VTaagar, per gallon .
French t'andy, freshly imp
per pound ..'.
1.000 boxes Horne-Maili? 4'ulvc?;
and CiuUi.-s. per pound .
ess f**eehly packed bbu> . _..
dims, ? bu:?, s .*5?*
Claret Wine?
3 large quart bottlSS Old Vir- /*,<*
ginla Claret, ?. years old .5?'?>
1,000 d.'ijtn Fresh Corned Spots,
salt-water flavor, p?-r dozen .
IOC
..6c
6c
30c
2C
8c
l.?,'?.i pound? Nea Cream CodlUh a...
Hricks, p.-r pound .*-***
1,000 pa. kaipM >?f I ,,'Clock Wn
ing Tea, i>?-r package.
MM* Small California Ham?.
p. r pound .
10,000 Old Virginia Smith?-Id .
Hants, lust y.ar's, per pound I-?C
Crystal Rock-Candy Syrup, per -,?.,?
gallon .J?-,t?'
100,u??0 pound*. Freshly Ii:?k?-J _ .
ad Oinger Snaps, pound.O***
Fln-st Pataat Family Flour, it Ark
Minnesota mule, p-*r b.,i r.-l. ?P4.4J4J
?50,1300 baga Hlgh-Oiad?- Family
Flour, in any quantity.?-?5?
5 000 gallons Cl?-nun? if Old Rye
Whit-key. 0 yean old, per
quart .4?-'*-'
GibMon's Old Rye Whiskey,
made in 1*88, per quart .75?
Imported Holland Gin, for .rar?
kidney trouble?, quart .4*-'?
Home-Made BlackBOITy Brandy, .
.". -?iiiunifrs old. qttart ."5*-'
lu.uuu baies Finest Western
Green Timothy Hay tnot a ,
blade of clover), per 100.40C
60,000 bushel? Finest Feed Oat?.3?*?
10,000 bushel? Old Virginia Corn. . ,_
per bushel .4sj?*
10 large cakes Castile Soap, lm- ~n
ported .?najsj
600 Large Buckets Jelly, eight it\r
pound? each .m ?em?
6,000 cans Mackerel, per can. 5?**
Flncsi Canned Trii?e. 3-pound ._.,
cans . ,u?*
1,000 sucks Liverpool Salt, HA r, __
pound? each .*,,uu
|-pound Old Government Mocha r.r,r
and Java Coffee .yV
Fine Old Apple Brandy, per f\sr
quart .t-*Ov
Two telephone???807 and *-r-7X
se 10-Sa,Su,TuftThta
AtC T?O M *AIB*^**JZ ~~*^~~
Wtl_iN HaVA_???i*-? ? * ? ?? -????/ ata?
TAXE? FOR THK CURK1CNT ?jLUtS*
DAR TBAR ARM TO BB TAJO PRO
RATA BY THB VENDOR AND THB
VBNDBA ^^~. ~*~~
By ?TTtiomVson Brown A Co.,
1113 Main 888888,
TRUSTEE'S SALE
or*
"Jj ACRES OF LAND ON CHESAPEAKE
AND OHIO RAILROAD, NEAR
FORT LEE STATION. <iN CHARLES
CITY ROAD, ABOUT H MILKS
EAST OF RICHMOND.
By virtu.? of a deed of trust from Mrs.
M. A. Blunt to me. as trustee, dated Au
gust 1. IK**, and duly record??! In Henrico
County Court. In I*fcd-Hook 149 B, page
256, to s.ciirc a note therein described,
default being made, and being required
by the I? officiary so t>> do, I will sell at
public auction, in front of Henrico
county court,
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 14th,
at 12 o'clock, UM RBAL ESTATE de
scribed in mid deed ?a follows:
"Tract of land, with all Improvements,
appurtcnani-es. rights, and ways to the
Mme i" longing, lying in the county of
Henrico, principally on the north side of
the Charlea ?'ify road, containing 2.V1
seree, more or less, bound.?.! on the north
by the land of Dickinson, on tho east by
those of the Goodman?, and on th?* south
by those of th.? Jordons and ?'hi'
and on the west by th"se of the Qopd
mans." Clark? siding (Chesapeake and
Ohio railway) |fl on or near this land.
Ab"ur 18 acre? deared; balance in wood;
more than enough to pay f?i* the place.
TERMS: Cash as to expense Of sale all
past-du? taxes, and UM, with interest
from August 1st; balance one and two
years. ?; per cent, interest added, secured
by deed of trust.
WALLACE P. BROWN, Trustee.
J. Thompson. Brown & Co., Auctioneers.
" '.? " _
By J. i'.. Slam A Co.,
Peal Estate Auctioneers.
q .RUSTEE'ri AlTcTION SALE
J. 01
THB WELL-LOCATED AND VALU
ARLE BRICK FACTORY,
WITH THE l.'iT FRONTINO ?"''\l-0
FEET, <i.N" WHICH IT STANDS.
ON THE EAST SIDE OF RE8ERVOIR
STREET BETWEEN BEVERLY AND
WALLACE STREETS.
KNOWN AS THE "MATCH FACTORY."
in execution of a certain ?deed of trust,
dated August s. IMS, recorded in l" d
Book 1?R B, page 368, Richmond Chan
cery court, the undersigned trustee nill
sail by public auction, on the premises, on
FRIDAY, OCTOBER li. 1898,
at 4M o'clock P. If., the REAL ESTATE
described In said deed, it being th?? above
named well-known "Match Factory." the
l"t fronting U feel on R? lervolr street
and extending bach within parallel lin.-?.
IBB feel to s ?ride alley, ami there are
two connecting, spacious, and substantial
!iri?-k factory buildings thereon. This
property ?s w.-n suit.-.i in location, size.
and construction for any small ma. .
tory, snd adjacent ground ?san m s
had if desired
TERMS: By consent and In li"?'? of I he
terms rx quii d by the deed, one third
cash, and the balance in two equal In
stalm? Ix and tw? iv? moni
negotiable notes, with Interesl added, an?l
? ur-ii by a .i'-' i of tnisi. m- all
at the option of the purch i
J, B El.A.M. Trustee.
J. !:. Eiain A Co., Auctioneers,
oe Ma
REAL estate IT PMITATB BALM,
t - \< un i? i .
SOUTH THIRD-STREET CORNER
Resld? -.? -.
southeast comer Third and Bj
Mod? *:i and d? tached, Nin ro?
J. THOMPSON BROWN ?v CO.
oe <
ron. s i i.e.
WOW ?. \i.i-:.
PAIR BAT CARRIAOE HORSES'
stylish and fast; i?> hands high; rising 7
i old; sound and reliable In every
way. Address J. M. HIOOINSON
__.., Ivy Depot,
oca-fit* Albemarle county, Va.
ron iihu.
FOR RI.V1.
NICE. BRICK DWELLING, No. M
north Twelfth street; nine rooms.
water, ;,n.l bath an I LatTObe. Good "id. r
and vi ry \..\\ ft nt.
Store and Dwelling (with large lot). No.
iT"i west cat street Q ?od atan?! for
grocery or market. Vei y low rent to
tenant. i!??. H. OILLIAM ?s.- CO.
J i 11-lt_ 808 easl Main street.
FOB itivr.
DETACHED 3RICK DWELLING, No.
MS v..st Main it] broad rsrd;
range, ,??:? . Rent r? due? d.
BUTTON .?? CO.,
__"< H-lt_Tenth md Bank str?
I ?1? RENT,
THE LARGE, THREE-STORY AND
English Basement Resld? nc . No. il? Park
avenue, containing is or HI rooms, ereil
adapted for a boarding-house or for a fe
male school. X. w. BOWE.
FOR IIIAT,
HTOiu* AND DWELLING. No. IMS EAST
Main -ti- et. Most d? sirably loc Red for
any kind retail business Immediate pos
Rent reasonable. Apply to
A. M. .ME*, Eit .< BROTHER.
oc 11-lt*_523 east Broad str?
FOR rent.
THAT ELEGANT BROWNSTONB
Front Dwelling ?a 38 Grec? street be
ta ? ?. Be ' n ' md Third, ?. Ith aboul io
rooms, md rerv convenient*-? for com
fort. Possession
?L ?EEi? IN '! A'. LOR .?I- BON,
corner Eleventh and Lank st
_ * ___.
FOR RENT,
No. MM WES'i GRACE STREET. IT IS
a ni??- IB-room bouse; modern; cheerful;
convenient, and very ch<
oc 11-lt_ \. W. BOWE.
FOR HIN I.
THAT DE8IRABLE, ?YBLL-LOCA?
ted ReMdence No 8U ?aal Franklin. Ap
, a tl... ;i. BBlaee or at No. ? ? , t
Franklin. PoOSSSSlOa flVSfl at OUCS.
_'" Mw
i ?hi iti:\r.
PHYSICIAN'S OFFICES, COMPLETS
ly equipped; private entrene? on Prank?
Un street. Also, on? Boom for gentle
man, with bath. Apply at GM east Frank
lin street_ _ oc 7-F,SuATuSt*
i <?r iiF.vr.
DESIRABLE MODERN FLATS
IN BUILDING NORTHEAST CORNER
OF THIRD AND CARY STREETS.
LENTS VERY reasonable.
H. A. Mi'l'HDV.
7 north Tenth street
oc 7,8.11,13.16,18 20.28-81 _
FOR REVI'.
TWO LAROB ROOMS, WITH PRIVATE
bath, furnished or unfurnished. Apply at
?si -??.st Grace atreet. _oc 9-?t
FOR RENT.
BRICK HOUBB Mo. MS NORTH EIGHTH
?. six rooms, beeide i?a:!i and store?
rooms; with ni"<i. in conv? alt n? ee; la ^.l
order Possesalon ai one. Apply tu E,
A. BARBER 714 east Leigh street.
oo l It*
Hi BIBBBI WABTS,
PUl'ILS IN SHORTHAND AND TYPE
?a-ritlniz For terms and all particulars,
ttii?ly st RICHMOND SCHOOL OF
ste'n'O?RAPHY. 918 east Main street,
over" Meade _ Raker Pharmacy. Miss
PdYTHRESS. Principal. au 34-tm
*u -\\Ti-;i>.
THE PI'BHC TO KNOW THAT JACOB
I'mluuf T08 west Main street, Rlchmon?!.
Va repairs re-upholsteri, and poiishe*
furniture; packs and. ship? furniture and
crockery with care; sells all kind?, of
mattresses; makes over old hair mat
treaaea as good as new; cuts and makes
lip-covers; sells feathers, etc. His prices
are reasonable. Give him a call,
sa- 4-lt*lTu8t_
t>i<**r*??rt>*-r'r. Enrliih Poinyroyal PiH$
L.ptaav?i Bra?4), ar? th? Best. *-?>. S ?Sa Ma,
TA- i?u ttbt. Saal ? ' > ?unir?, I?* Mrtl..lata, " K.il.1
te u?"?. ' " Lirt**\?r Returp swalj... " ?' ****.
CkKheairr Cheiulcai Co.. Phm?l_, I'm,
(au 2-Tu.Th,Suly)
| ADVESI
. Pi?
T a
Orders for printing sent to the Dis
patch Comi-any will be given prompt at
tention, and the stylo of work and prlcos
will be sure to pleas? you.
AtVCTIon 8AiJlg--Vntara Oasa. ^
~WHEN REAL ESTATE IS SOLD TH*
TAXES FOR THE CURRENT CAJAN
DAR YEAR ARB TO HE PAID PRO
RATA BY THB VENDOR AND THE
VENDEE
T
By J. B. Elam A Co..
atfSa Estate Agent?.
1113 Main street.
KUSTEE'S SALE
up
NEAT SUBURBAN COTTAGE AND
LAROE LOT,
PLAN OF PIN ALTO NORTH OF BAR
TON HEIGHTS.
By virtue of a deed of trust from Rus
?*'.'. Wyctt. ??ated November 17. \Wi. an 1
recorded In Henrlco County Court, :
Hook IB A, pare 65. to the undersigned
truste-, to secure certain note? therein
described, default having b?*en made, and
being required by beneficiary so to do. I
Will ?ell at pabilo auction, on tho pre
mise?.
WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 12th.
at 6 P. Mm, tho PROPERTY described in
said deed as follows:
"Three lots of land In the plan of
TlnaltO Grove.' In the county of Hen
rlco. with all Improvements thereon, be
ginning at th?* intersection of Kin
avenus with eastern Une of Alma str??-i,
where It intersects the Cannon road.
thence running easterly anil fronting on
north line .,t Klnsland avenue US feet;
thence northwardly I.'*? fast to an alley
In common B feet Bide; thence along
snl.l alle? UO feet to Alma street: thence
along eastern line or Alma street to
Klnsland avenue, the point of beginning."
TLRMS; Cash as to all ??.ist-due tax. I
and Insurance, and to pay three notes of
S2S.I.7 each, with protest and ?nteres! from
X?,?ember 17 and December 17. IMA, and
January I, UK, and thlrty-thre? not
each, maturing on the 17th of SB? a
consecutive month thereafter, with protest
fee and accrued interest on each note.
and a credit as to ninety-nine not? ? .-i
il? i", .-a? ?i, maturing on i7rh day of
consecutive month, beginning October
17, IBS, and balance, if any, In twelv?
months, 6 per cent Interest, secured by
deed of trusi. EDWARD H BROWN,
Trustee.
J B. Elam & Co., Auctioneers.
oc 7-td
By R. IS. Chaflin & Co., Incorporated,
and
II. L. Cabals,
Real Estate Auctioneers.
pOMMISSIONEIiS' SALE
\J AT PUBLIC AUCTION OF THE
HISTORIC AND VALUABLfl FARM
KNOWN AS "TUCKAHOE."
SITUATED <?X THE NORTH BANK OF
THE JAMES RIVER ABOUT FOUR
TEEN MILES ABOVE Kl? H
MOND, VA.
By virtue of s da i' ' entered Apr!! l,
, i, ?'iti/.eiis' Hank \.-. \ . M. AM, n
and others, m th.? Circuit Court of Bo4*oh
land county, we, the undersign d special
commlsslonera, win ?ell al public auction,
on the promis? a on
WBDNBBDAY, OCTOBEB i?. 189S,
at UBI P. IL, th.- RfJAL BarTATB IU
ferred to In said d?
abl? farm on tin* James-Rlv? r branch or
the Chesapeake atl'l OfitO l,ii'.l,i, k:io?vn
as "Upper Tuckuhoe," containing gf4|
scree, mors or leas. This i? considered
one of O?- flneal fnrmt on Jam?? river.
There sr? about 17.7 aerea of alluvial bot
tom lands, arni the uplsnd is of excellent
character, mostly ch.late, producing
.ine crops ,.f tobacco, grasa, ??n,i grain.
Iwi lling i- of gr. al historic Inter, i
ha? Ing al on? timi ? a occupl d bj
father of Thomas Jefferson, and wa?
ountry-sest uf on,, of tin bran li. -
of ill" Randolph family, The property h
very near th? Oayton Coal Bines, and la
rich In promis, s of mineral wealth. Par
tie? Interested In the coal feature of this
tj aould do v.. | to i ommunl. ate
with Professor X. S. Bhaler, of Harvard
University, who, naj ar< Informed, h
mad? .? g< ologlcal un - ? of th. land.
The tana is on <"i? of th. besi road?
leading out of the city of Richmond
is, therefore, easy of a ? i ?th by r.ui
road .m,! ?' hi? le.
The s.u.- ??in be mane suajeet to th?*
right of the Tuekah,..- Coal-Mining Com
pany to oie -halt Of th? mineral rights LIB
derlylng 130 scret thereof, the tam? being
th? 130 acre? which wer,- taken from Low
. r Tuckaho? <m?i added to ''Upper Tuck?
ah.? ."
TERMS: Cash ss to expense? of sale,
taxe? which may be due, and as t.?
c 7'*? with Inter? ?1 thereon from .\ .
I; ih, balan? t In thro < qual insi il
m-nts at oae, two, and thro? years, rep
resented by th.- bonds of th.- purchaser,
and i" ertna I p. r e< at. Inter ?al from date
of sal.-; title i?? be retain? d until the full
purchase money his been paid.
DAVID If. LEAKE.
JOHN Rl'THERFOORD
W. o. 8KELTON,
Bp -, la] < 'ommissloners.
In the Clerk's Office Of th? ?'ire.lit Court
of th.- county of Goochland rjltl
Bank <>r Richmond, for, Ac, PiaimiiY.
?-. i/irglnls M. Allen si fend
ants:
I, William Miller, Clerk Of I he Mid
court, ?lo certify thai the bond required
.,f th.- ?p. clal ?era by th
cree rendered Ib aald cause on the l?(
day Of April. I* I giV? B
Olvn under my hand at Clerk of the
?aid court tins 12th day of Septemb r,
UM WILLIAM Ml 1.1.Kit
Clerk.
X. B.?Probably mor?- ?i? rai t. run :?. ,.i
the abov? may be -;i-"n on tin- day al Bale.
t '" Oc2.5.7.t?,12,14 li..U-10t
Bj ii. s, id.,n Taylor .?7- Bon,
it, ,i fcTatat. Auctloi
TRUSTEE'S AUCTION BALE
ov
AN UNDIVIDED ONE U.M.I' OP THE
BRICK TENEMENT lOJ WEST
CARY BTREET.
in execution of a certain deed of trust,
bearing date on the 30th daj of 8? ptem?
b.-r, ivj7. and recorded In the Clerk's of
.?f the Cham ery Court of the city of
Richmond, !?, - d-Book 161 A ?-age ML, d< -
fault having been mad. m the payment
of the note therebj .- ired, and b> in-i
r? quired so t., do by the h. Id, r ol th
note, i will s.-ii at pub?, auction, on th?
pn mis.a, on
THURBDATj OCTOBER I : Ufa,
Bl I 0 o'clock V. M., an UNDIVIDED
ONE HALF INTERE8T IN THAT CER
TAIN L'?T OF LAND, ??.?'h a TENE
MENT DWELLING (No, IB? weat Cary
-. then on. In the city of Richmoi I,
on th. south tide of Cary ttreel between
a.lam- and Jefferson str,-, ts. frontil
Cary ttreel If i-i- feet, and running back
100 r'e. ; to an all. y V) feet aide.
TERMB: Cain at to expenaea of salt
and taxes, and an amou nt to
pay off an?! dlschargs a not? for BSd, with
lilt-rest from the Id day 01 I
!-:>*. balaace, if any, on a ereilt of s,x
an.I twelve month-, with Interest added,
an,i secured by deed of trust on the pro
perty. ?'I TCHINS. T.
H Beldon Taylor A Bon, Auctioneer.
on Ml_
Hy N. W, Low.-,
Real BBttatS Auctioneer.
pouRT sali; uF a small but
\J \n;v 1>E?IKAHI.K
? ? IRNER ST' ?RE PROPERTY
AT THE SOUTHEAST CORNER ??' '
LEIGH AND HARRLSo.N STREETS
AT AUCTION.
In execution of the hereinafter men
tioned decree, we will sell by auction on
the premise?, on
MONDAY, OCToiiKR 17, r . s,
at 4:30 o'clock P. M., the PBOPBBTT
borg referred to.
The lot fronts ;;<> l-U fast, moro <>?
on Leigh the south
of Harrison afreet, and axtenda back 120
feet along the east lln? ?if Harri? m street
The house Is u good two-story Irani. 1
'??taeiiesl building, with one room In
rear of the store and three rooms over
tho same, and a dry cellar beneath.
This prop.-it? is in an tcellent loca
tion for conducting a prolltabl.
requiring ?mall capital, and It v
pro?.- ... good Investment for rental.
TERMS: 4>n?*-fourth ?ash, sad the reel*
?lu?- in tures equal instalment? at -i\
twelve, and eighteen months, for- ..
with interest added, and th?- title retained
until the whole purchase mon.
paid. BEVERLY T. CRUMP
D. G Rl.'M tRDBON, '
Special Commissioner?.
Wood's Guardian, plaintiff, against Hill
and als-, defendants-.Jn the chancery
Court of the city of Richmond:
I. Charles W. Goddln. Clerk of ?aid
curt, c.rtify that the bond r.-quire?! of
the special commission?-rs by the d?
In said cause of December ?!, lv.M, has
duly given.
Given under my hand this 7th day of
D. .-mber, 1894.
CHARLES W. GODDIX.
oc f?H>t_4'lerk.
? ??>*?*-?*-!??f?*?_ -. . Lli.X .-.J_JJ
old papers for ?ale at tha? Dispatch
0ftl':?i,
AICITOV ??LEft-Fatar* I)?,,
"* when Seal emt?ti* .... ,.,'
taxes fob thb curb .
DAR YEAR ARE To BE PAIti i
RATA I!Y THE VENDOR v
VENDEE. U ***
TRUSTEES' SA f.F. ni iioi s-'vo
1116 We.1T -MAM?! ILL BTDtir *
la ?sscutlofl ?.^
dated September 14. 1898, recor?
?i. n,i ?T.? ?'??urt for th
In Deed-Book IN C. p-,,-, -, , ',
b?f?n default In the |
I. an?! ?i t;,. ,..,..
we wii: s ;i by.au
H-n., . on '
WEDNESDAY, o, -,-. .?,.;,, ,
at 'JO 0*ClO? k V. M . the }ll.'
' y Hi" -it i
'
up .-i which It at i
an I running b.i? i?
TERMS: Ca??h BulBcl
sale, taxe* to dav ?,f ?
n.*o. witii
September, UM. and the i
and two y.ars. .'..- ;
added and stcur? : '?'
JOHI
N. B
Jill_ - .
Real Bel h
^MMlaSBIOHEBS? AUCTION ?ALg
BRICK PWBLLtNG WITH
A N I ?
VALUABLE LOT, DM
MARSH ?
BETWEEN OIL
KNOWN Afl '
In ? ?.- 'itl??:i of B d<
eery Curt of tl !:
on July O, ISM
Bland and ??Is. v- I
als., wc, 'be und i
auction, on th?
WBDNE8DAY 0
al 130 o'clock P. ML, th?
PR? ?PERTY. Th? lot i
a frontage of 3U feet on M
,-.i m feet t" all' > In ? i
a small brick dn
rooms.
TERMS: One fourth
In threw . ?iii.al
. it? i n month . '
t? ... idem ed by n?
jote?-, al ..?id? d fron d
r? lined until all II i
option of i
HARRY L VI '
WARRl N M
v
T certify that *;
above .
has beca dulj given.
CHARL
o?- 7 _
/ IOMMIS8IONERS' B?J
\J
LARGE AND VALU'
Al \i:\\ r".
FRONTINO
THE Kl\
AND CONTAINING .B<
Pursuanl to a d<
of WarnIch ? ounl v.
. .-.- of D
suit of L. K. Hudglt
c. Hudgins, '
and others, and i
Mtb day of Ocl ber
n, ??n
THURSDAY, ?""I
at r. o'clock a ML, on
RE w. ESTA n: In tl
Inga mention? d a
John s Tucker and J
in the consolida
county, entitled Bi
id othei v
m? r and oth Peek
"th'-' ,
spec! il ci mti
October 1, 181
ii.i-r.-?- of said court ii :
on ? ?i't"b'-r - .
is de ' i?!.?-'! aa I
of the Parker V
ma? b further d
the southw?
north by Pumpkin Hah tr
rat. d from i
on the w? at by !. ?I N <
Plat, sad on I
plat.
TERMS: One-third caa
line In tlir.-e ei|ll.ll illMa
with Interest from lal
eighteen mont hi
par. ha.-- -i I shall glV? I
pa) it-.- to tl
tit!.- rei
: : ?.r the ; II
at his optloi ' *
s..< urity of the sal
execute i deed
bus pur' has.-.I by him, to I
ri ord< d al
? -
-
be -"id as a wl '
opportunity for th pu
port N?
be sold In lots, a in tu?
-i"ii of the
This prop?
for Invest ment; it lies
peak? and Ohio piei
tween :
the pr perty of the Old I
Company.
R. G. BICK
RICHARD WALKE,
TH? 'MAS TA
RICH ?RD
or the Circuit ? I M
. i
l hereby ? rtJfy I
-if the special
mentioned d?
Given under my '
D. G. I
Por ' ' ?
I>rop. rty, ? ? i upon the a
l!. Trl
.-. '
C !.. A' II !
Real .
!Cl Mam
1_U8TEB8' ?SAl.l.
or
DESIR \I.L1-; ')"?'.' i-ST? >R1
MENT l i-'-' *-' H
DWELL1
No
THF. LOT FRON1 i '.
THE NORTH L
aND RUNNING i
PARALLEL UNI
LAU DEPTH T? ?HI "K ?
NUE. HA\ INtl Tv\ ' >
BLE .-?N
By virtue of tic
'. .1 of tl u
eorrd in the Clerk
i'i. default having ?
m. n. and i
?sill sell
THURSDAY. OCTO
M I P. M, tl?-'
JTORY AND BAS
,\ | west ?
front of 2X teat 01 V
Had. to Bn k
TERMS
and to i '
t.;.,, with Interest Ih -.
id a credit as to
?
ream ?'. ?.. Dl
JiMIN" II '
C. L & H. L !
B] - >'
K. .1 Estate Auction ? *
| ?U-Vi'KKS'At'CllOS S\I.?
J. l?K
No. Mil NORTH
NEAR FA1RMOI NT.
Rv virtu?
rebruary U. tl I ? ?r?J
'ounty l'Huit n *?
?v.? will s. i by aactl? '
FRIl?AY. ?OCTOBER M
?n-k P. M .
[*WO-BTOR1
?M? I." I', fronting on 1 ?
itreet a? f.'-t. running !? *' k !>.'?
all?! lim * to all"? 1? !
IS: EiiouKh In
it ?Hie and a OOtS
roui P? J.I M*
mil two years.
.J?'!l\ !: I
WILLIAM ELI/
oc I Vent MM

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