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THE RICHMOND DISPATCH-WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1898. ._
with selling activity that keeps the store different from ai
all this Bute. __ ._ . . ? -
iiiiaam m f Tenth Anniversary of
jntfi T wtrtL ?Pcn?nifof this ?reat b
artftfnUCtJlF "ess enterprise.
Hf-^ALirir 1^1 V1"? Prices with pre-emineni
_ *? * AJt- ^mtr- ^S trac?ions over all the U
Nothing like it has been situ in vrars. Read these sket
taken at random from the various departments :
30 volumes Chambers' Encyclopedia, leather bom
120 full sot for $8.50.
Ladies' Tailor Dresses, colored mixtures, $14 ones fo
N. rw Black Camels-Hair Suits, the best $15 oues for ft
Handsome Velour Capes, $8 ones for $4.50.
AII-Wool Serge Skirts, latest shapes, for $2.50.
Cliildn n I New Style Coats for $1.25; $5.75 ones
$3.98 ; $12.50 ones for $8.
Stylish Oriental Curtains for $2.88 a pair.
$12.50 for Silk Damask Curtains that cost $22.
Handsome Irish Point Laco Curtains for $5 a pair t
cost near $10.
$1.1)5 Laco Curtains for $1 a pair.
Venetian Lace Curtaius for $3.75.
All Pure Silk Black Satin Sultane, with splendid h
lustre, usually 89c. yard, for 4(>c. yard.
lie. yard Cor Colored Embroidered Brocade Armure
22 different designs to select from.
Ui diilercnt styles in All-Silk Brocade Failles, a splen
quality for 50c. yard, worth 88c. yard.
Black Seeded Armure, extra heavy, without lustre,
quality for 05c. yard.
Plain and Changeable Rustling (?lace Taffeta, for wai
or linings, 75c. grade for 55c. yard.
COLORED DRESS GOODS.
Broken Plaids and Checks, 54 inches wide and all w<
for 39e. a yard.
38-inch Tailor Suitings, all shades, 69c. value, only 37
All-Wool Granite Cloth, a regular 50c. value, for 25c
Broadcloth, 52 inches wide, very fine, $1 grade for 5
Novelty Dreei Fabrics, this seasons newest importatio
(?'.?V. a yard.
French Venetian Cloth, all the latest shades, $1.215 gra
for 9.sc. a yard
Brocaded Dress Fabrics, soft and silky, 40 inches wii
worth .'! ">< ., for l.v. a yard.
Full line A11-Wool Serges for 25c. a yard.
I ?lies' Fine White Wool Ribbed Vests and Pants, sil
finish. ?! neck, 5?-V. a garment.
Boys1 Dr. Wright Shirts and Drawers, camel's hair, 39c.
Ladies' Fine .Merino Vests and Pants, camel's hair ai
Children's Merino or Fleece Ribbed Vests and Panl
white and natural, 9c.
Boys1 Plain Merino or Hygienic Ribbed Heavy Fleec?
Underwear, ?'ill uzee, t(.i and 2?5e,
Ladies' Fall-Weight Kgyptian Ribbed Vests and Pant
J.'x'. ones for 15c.
Children's Pretty Knit Zephyr Booties, white or coloi
2?C. for Dark Prints.
Yard-Wide, A11-Wool. White Flannel for 23c,
Double-Width i2lv. Dress (ioods for 5^e.
}1? ?ivy White ?Dome. Flannel for BJc.
Yard-Wide (?je. Brown Cotton for 3j[c
17c. Dress (?ood.s for lUe.
4-inch All-Silk Taffeta Polka-Dot Ribbon, heavy quality, ft
300 cakes Fine Toilet Soap for 2 l-2c. cake?worth double an
(?ciuiine Palm Soap, 7c. dozen.
The Best 19c. Black Soft-Finish Percalines are here for to-da
at 12 l-2c.
Fancy Skirting Linings, beautiful colorings, here for 5c. yart
Sutin-Finisli CoKued Moire Percalines, the latest lining, her
for 21c. yard,
The Best Grade Black French Hair-Cloths are here for tc
day's selling, 21c. yard.
Do you want Sciss(?rs? If so, here is a chance for you. Th
Beat Steel Scissors, all sizes, well worth 50c, here for 25c. pail
20 dozen Solid Color Knit Skirts?Red, Navy, Black, Ligh
Blue?the usual 50c. (nudity, for :39e.
Ladies' Colored Knit Skirts, with fancy border, the 89c. kind
Ladies' Black Sateen Underskirts, Spanish flounce, lined ant
cordc.l, the 11.85 kind, 98c.
Ladi? s' .Ml-Wool Flannel Shirt-Waist, trimmed with soutache
braid, the S1.25 for 98c. ; the $8 ones for $2.2.").
Lash?-* Black Satin Shirt-Waist, very stylish, the $G.98 kind
2-yard-wido Heavy Linen Table Damask, 25c. yard, instead
Liueu Tray Cloths, fancy centres, 10c.
Linen Bureau Scarfs, white or colored centres, 15c.
Hemstitched Linen Hnck Towels, 12 l-2c.
Extra large sizes Bleached Bath Towels, 22x46 inches, 9c
?-size Linen Damask; Dinner Napkins, 7c each; 83c dozen,
.ar^e-size Fancy Bordered I>?>ylies, all linen, 5c
18-inch-wide Checked (.lass Towelling, 3c. yard
1 case of 00 White Crochet Bed-Spreads, heavy Marseilles de
sign, full double-bed size, G9e.
Ladies' Heavy Gray Oxford Hose, full seamless, (tyc pair.
Ladies', Misses', and Boys' Heavy and Medium-Weight Hoso,
fancy, solid black, and colors, 9c. pair.
Ladies' Solid Black Imported Hose, 25c always, these 15c
BLACK ALL-WOOL HERCULES BRAIDS, 1, 3, and 5c
Black, Whitn, and Colored ?Soutache Braids, 2 dozen yards
Black Silk Trimminff Gimp, 5c. yard.
Black All-Wool Tubular Braids, 25c a dozen yards.
Ladies All-Linen Hemstitched Handkerchiefs, 5c.
Men h White Ta*>e-Bordored Handkerchiefs, ? for 15c
Julien Hhi*?r Pure Linen Hemstitched, 10c each.
Children a Bordered School Handkerchiefs, 6 for 9c
THE <X)HEN ?Q. THE COHEN CO,
fill DaTCHER B?RIED.
THE TOIJIO iOLDlER'fi REMAI*?
HOW REST IX HOIXVWOOD.
MR. YAH DYKE JOHNS. SAD DEATH.
Waa Well Known nnd Had Ho??? of
Friend. Here-Mr, Hiram A. Davis
Pas??*? Away Suddenly ? Other
Death? and Fanerai?.
All that I? mortal of Private Vine* R.
HaUlBar. th? popular young member of
Company H, Fourth Regiment, ?vho si'c
cumbed to fever in Camp Cub.? Libre, was
laid to reet yesterday afternoon In Holly
wood. The remains reached here yester
day morning under escort of Privat?
Bowles, of his company, and the de
ceaseds brother, Mr. XX. a. Hatcher, who
had been in Jacksonville by the bedside
of his brother, came also. The body wns
taken to the residence. No. 623 north
Fourth stre-et, under escort of a det.i.l
from the Four!h Regiment now In ?he
dtp on furlough, and at 3 o'clock It was
borne to Clay-Street Methodist church,
where Rev. E. H. Raw ling? conducted tin;
funeral. Privates Hawkins, Edwards,
Valent?as, Donnan, Higgins. and Bowivs,
of Company H, a? ; ?l as pall-bearers,
and tho honorary pall-bearers were mem
bers of Companies II and M, formerly
the Blues, who are now In the city.
Ther? was no military display at the
funeral, the family being lastr?os that
th- ceremony should be as simple as pos
sible, but B large crowd followed th?' n
ma?ns to the grave, and thereby testified
to the high esteem in which the young
soldi.-r ?fS? heid.
Death of Mr. Van Dyke John?.
Tin? announcement of the death In
Ah xandria on Monday of Mr. Van Dyko
Johns caused many expressions of sor
row here yesterday. Mr. Johns was held
in the highest esteem by hin many frl? n.Is
here, and was a young man of many
sterling ?jualiti' a,
Mr. Johns, prior.jp the war, lived in
Richmond. He enlisted in Company M,
of the Fourth R?giment, formerly Com
pany B, Of the BhteS, and when the com
pany voluiit' Brad for BSrvtea In the war
he went with his companions. He re
mained at Jacksonville until about three
weeks ago. He was honorably ?llscharg? ?1,
and re turnad to 'Virginia, telegraphing
friends here that he would visit his Old
home, in Alexandria, and return to this
city. He had, boWSVST, been attacked by
typhoid germs, and shortly after arriving
at Alexandria was stricken down with
th.? fever. Its grew st'a.llly worre. until
death ended his sufferings Monday at 11
Deceased was a son of Dr. Kansas'
Johns, of Alexandria, and a grandson of
the distinguish'-?! Bishop Johns. He came
to Richmond to live about tea POSTS aso,
and for thr??e years was employed in tho
general offices Of the Chesapeake and
Ohio. Subsequently he accepted the po
sition of book-keeper for the Richmond
Stovo Company, which he filled accepta
bly for about seven prSBBS. His position
was held op?n for him during his conn
tlon with the army. His mother ?lied
at" ut the time he went to Jacksonville.
Be teOSSS, bSSldea his father, tWO bro
th? rs, who reside in Norfolk, and one sis
ter, who lives with her father in Alexan
dra. The remains were carried to West
River, Md., for Interment in the ianilly
Mr. Hi.? la Die? Mjriil.-n I > .
Mr. Hiram A. Davis, at one time a
valuetl employee of the ?Southern Rail
way Company In Its shops at Manchester,
died suddenly yesterday morning at the
residence of his daughter, Mrs. G. C. Ro
binson, No. ?r13 north Tenth street. I?. -
osaasd was 70 years of age, and had b. n
in ill health for time months, though
not confined to his bed but it was thOOght
by his friends that he was recovering.
About UM o'clock yesterday morning
ho was seated in the hallway at his
?laughter's residence, looking at some chil
dren playing in the yar.l. Shortly there
alter IfrS. Robinson entered the hall and
found tile fieogasad unconscious, as sh?;
thought. Medical aid was hastily sum
moned, but the physicians said that death
had probably come before sli.- entered the
hall. Heart-trouble was the cause of the
Mr. Davis was a native of Albany, N.
Y., but had resided here during th- great
er part of his life. B? was a member of
the Sec.mil Baptist church, and was eg?
oaedlagly popular with his friends. 1!
leave? a wife and four children?Mrs. J.
.!. Bajrley, Of Manchester; Mr. A. L.
Davis, of this city; Mrs. C. C. Robinson,
of this city, and Harv. y A. Davis.
The funeral will take placa from the
resldince this afternoon at 3:^0 o'olodL
Mr?. Smith'? Iiiiu-rul To-Diiy.
The funeral of Mrs. Margaret Strother
Smith, who died Monday afternoon at
bar residence. No. MM Park avenue, will
take place from the residence tills morn
ing at 11 o'clock, and tho lnterm? nt will
be in Hollywood. The servies will be OOtt?
dinted by Rev. J. Calvin Stewart, pastor
Of the Church of the Covenant, assisted
by Rev. J. J. Gravatt, of Holy Trinity.
The pall-bearers will be:
Honorary?Colonel A. B. Buford, Major
Robert Stiles, /.. W. Pi.krell, R. W.
Powers, B. A. Catlin. Colonel John Ii.
Purceil, Tames N? Bojrd, Mann s. Qnartes,
Dr. George Ross, and Matthew Gllmore.
Active?Messrs. II. H. MoV.y, E. T. D.
Myers, Ir., Robert S. Chamberlayne, J.
L. Hill, William <"r. nshaw, T. A. Cary,
Henry Williams, and J. B. IJghtfoot.
Tho Board of Lady Managers of the
Ritreat for tho Sick are request _ to
meat at the house of the president, No.
M west Main street, at 10 o'clock this
morning, from thence to attend the fune
ral of Mrs. Smith.
Other Denth? and Funeral?.
Mr. ThOBBSB ML Forristal died yesterday
morning at 2 o'clock at his residence, No.
MM east Franklin str.rt. HS ha.l been
a sufferer from consumption for two
yeara. Daomaed was 33 years of age.
He leaves a sister?Miss Kate Forristal -
and a brother?Mr. P. H. Forristal. Mr.
Forristal was a ma.-hnist by trade. Im:
had not been able to work during his
two years of ill health. He was a good
man, and was highly respeo(e<l by th??se
who knew him. The funeral will take
place with a requiem mass from ?St.
Patrick's church this morning at 9 ??'clock.
The Interment will be in Mount Calvary.
The funeral of Mrs. W. J. Minor, wife
of the well known insurance man, who
di.-d at her home, No. 1107 Randolph
street, Monday afternoon, will take place
from the residence this afternoon .11 4
i' lock. The interment will be at River
All that i? mortal of Mr. U. R. Perkins,
who died Monday at his residence, No.
700 south Laurel street, will be laid to
NSl this afternoon. The funeral will
take place from I*iurel-Street Methodist
Episcopal church this afternoon at Mi
o'clock. Mr. Perkins Is survived by a
widow, one son, and three daughters. He
was a brave soldier, serving throughout
tin- war in Morrison's Rattery, Light Ar
tillery. He was a member of I'tckett
Camp, with which organisation he had
long been connected.
The fun? ral of Miss Martha Kellam
took place yesterday morning at 10 o'clock
from St. I'at.-r's Cathedral.
The obsequies over the remains of Mr.
H.-nry Alberts were held at his residence,
No. 3<J6 east Cary ?treet. at 4 o'clock ye.i
terday, and the Interment was In Oak
All that was mortal of Mrs. M.
M. Mahoney was laid beneath the sod of
Mount Calvary Cemetery yesterday, the
funeral taking place from SL Peter's
Cuthedral at 4 o'clock.
A Charch-Hlll Mas Hart.
' Mr. J. T. Chandler waa very painfully
hurt at Miller & Winston'? aaw-ralll yes
t/>nlay morning. His ?leeve was caught
by the belt and his arm, drawn in, had a
largo piece of skin torn off. The ambu
hmca? waa called, with Dr. Gwathmey In
chsrge, and the Injured man treated, tip
reside? on Church Hill,
ASTHMA IIRKD AT LABT.
Dr. n. Hohl?/,,, un m prove? UI? Fallt)
In HI? Remedy by q|t|BK it A?rar.
Dr. Hu?iol|?h tiV h Iff m .inn 1? a rccognUed
authority on th*? ?ubject of throat nr.d
lung disease?, ?.?j nn- <jurln? a practice
<?f oveir thirty y?\ins. ?andoub??* ily treated
and cured more .-a?.-? of A?thma i.n?l kin
dred di?eaa?** than any ?i??<*t?-?r in th??
World. He ?announce? that BS ha? Bl ia?t
perfected a rem??<ly which not only In
stantly rotlevr? the wor?t attack:, but has
permanently cured thousands of ?o-call
ed "Incurable ??Basa.** I?r. ixrhl.fm.unn ha?
BSrfeet confidence in his n-medy. Mid In
order to convine?, other? of it? merit? in
the quicke?*, surest way, he ha? ?in iig.-d
with the weil-know.. druggist, T. W.
Ch.-lf, corner Third and Main ?treet?, to
give a liberal ?ample package to each ?uf
ferar Applying at hi? ?toie next Thursday.
An opportunity to test, without cost, a
remedy ho oeiebrnte?l and promising ho
much, certainly should b<s ?agerly grasp
ed by every sufferer. Thos?- living out of
town will be sent a fres? ?ample, not later
th.-.n Otttoaer lTtti Jiy writing simply name
and address on a postcard, and sending
to Dr. R. Shlffmann, So. 316 Rosabel
Heat, St. Paul, Minn.
TUB $IIII*-RriLDI?sG PLANT.
Contract f?>r Tool? nml MiM'hlner? ?
Kemudel the Tiill..?II Work?.
Contracts were ?signed here SBBlBfilBt
afternoon for all the ship tools and ma
chinery that are to bo used in the con
struction of the torpedo-boats and de
stroyers by the W. 11. Trigg Ship-Ruild
The lease for the Talbott works has not
yet been signed, but this will be done
within th." Beat d;iy or two. This build
lng Is totally unfit for the work In Its
present state, and will be practically re?
modelled throughout. Much of the old
structure will be torn down und NOlnoed
by ono that will meet all the re<,uire
In the offices of the company, In th?'
Cbamber of Commerce: building, the en
gineers are at work on models of th*
boats, all Of which will have to be sub
mitted to the government.
The conference between the City Engi
neer and representatives of the railroads
and of the ship-building company will
bo held as soon as Mr. DecatttT Axtell,
vice-president of the Chesapeake and
Ohio road, returns from Hem York. 11?
Is expected here to-day, and the confer
ence may take place to-morrow after?
??VA \T I'll,
MAX OR WOMAN OF ICNEROT AND
business ability to tr.ivel for establish
ed firm; g? a month and all exp?-uses. P.
W. ZIBOLER & CO., 225 Locust street,
PC 6-W.Sa&Su27t _
IF YOK WANT RF'il I1.AB OR Ex
tra work, write us a postal. Ws ha?e
work for home or office, an?! will pay.
No commission or selling business? lust
plain work. TRADE SUPPPLY COM
PANT, XZi and It? Liberty attest, Kew
York._oc_12"_}v !l _
TO ASSOCIATE WITH ME IN A PAY?
injr Manufacturing Business, located in
the citv of Richmond, a Uve, acttTS man,
with HO..??'? capital. For detailed lnfor
matl'in address "MANCFAi TURBR,"
Pox, i4?, Richmond. V... ?? U-li*_
A RESrONS[BLE FIRM WANTS OF
flco Manager at Richmond; salary fl.^oO
a year; *.7?Xi cash and best references r>
quire?!; commercial reference furnished;
position p?'rmanent. AtMresa l',.-t-Otli,*e
Box ?12. Philadelphia, l'a. oc 12-lt*
1'RISTWORTHY PKRS?'N3 TO TRA
,-ei. Salary. $780 and exp?inses, R? fer
m?es. Enclose telf-addre?aed stamp*'.
rarelope, THE DOMINION COMPANY,
.-hi.ago. 00 11-tt
[3Y A YOUNG EaADT OF hkfinemi.nt.
i ?Position a? Companion or Teacher for
?mail Children. Beat reference? given.
I'erms moderate. Address Miss S.. care
>f Postmaster. Millenbeek. Va. oc ll-2t*
4ALESMEN TO HANDLE A COM
ileti i.,ne of i.ui?ri?'.itini; oils, Gres see,
ml Speclaltiea Rest on the market
lood commission. HARLAN!? REPIN
ING COMPANY. Cleveland, O. oc 11-It
L.ADIES TO EMUEOIDKR. WE SKND
lA'ork to your home prepaid. ?son.! ad
lresse.1 envelope for one piece of em
broidery, with prices paid. If our terms
r work are not to your liking, you may
eturn at our exp-nse. St"a<ly work an?l
-ood pay. EMPIRE EM HRi M1 iKlt Y
?YORKS, 21 Duana ?street, New ?ork.
i\ 4M 171?,
TO BTJY FIVE OR SIX GOOD, PRESH
Milch Cows, from Cheeterfleld or Amelia
?referred. Address, giving termi end de
icrlptton, A. R. N., Rox m._oc 12-lt
IOARD FOR GENTLEMAN AND
a if?-; everything furnished; centrally le
at..i: large, bright room. Ternis u?.r t?,
x? ? ?l Mt pi r month. Addresa E. B. n.,
:aro of Dispatch. oc 12-lt*
PUPILS IN SH??RTHAN? AND TYPE
vriting. For terms and all particulars,
ipply at RICHMOND SCHOOL OF
'TENOGRAPHY. 915 east Main ?treet,
iver Mead* & Raker Pharmacy. Mis?
?OYTHRESS. Principal._ au 24-2m
I.OST, ITUAVBU, AMD FO 17*40.
LUST. A KAPPA SIGMA PRATERNI
i'Y PIN, with lour diamonds sad toar
ni,i> s in orescent and st.ir. The Bnds r
vlll be liberally rewarded for ils return
o La FITZGERALD, JR.,
oc 12-lt?_ Richmond, Vs.
LOST. YESTERDAY MORNINO,
bout half-past 1??, on Main atTS4 t !" -
ween Adams and Jefferson, OB o i. : ?
r, or street, a LADY'S PURSE,
ontaining 110 In notes and silver, my
ard. tickets, &c. A liberal reward paid
or its return. Miss CREN8HAW,
oc 12-lt'_11 west Main street.
LOST. A SEAL RING. WITH MOTTO.
Peaponendo me non mutend?? me." Suit
ble r.ward if returned to ?11 Brest
'ranklln street. oc ll-Ut
HSSOMTIONS Ai COPART.\KK*.1IIPS.
Richmond. Va.. October It, Ifsn,
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP.
The partnership heretofore existing un
er the tirm-nani.? of L. T. CHRISTIAN,
omposed of L. T. Christian, a? general
artner, and 4?. E. Reivin, as tpei lal
artner, for the conduct of a GENERAL
INDBRTAKINQ BUSINESS In the city
f Richmond, is this day dissolved by
L T. CHRISTIAN assume? all lndebt
anaBS Of the firm, and all persons in
iebted to the ?rm will mak- pu y ment to
,m. L. T. CHRISTIAN,
oc 12-1W C. E. R FIA'IN.
?4?'. G. PILKINTO.N,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
PILK1NT? IN POST-OFFH'i:
POWHATAN COUNTY, VA.
Attend all county courts In Southsld?
'irginla. oc 6-Jm
ilMONS BLANK BOOK
3LANK BOOKS OF EVERY DESCRIP
CARRY A LARGE STOCK.
SPECIALLY FOR THE TRAUM.
kS TO THE QUALITY OF OUR BLANK.
WE CHALLENGE COMPARISON.
1201 AND I?? MAIN STKUiU-T,
New 'Phons ffil nu a-W,F*Hie?
A?fCTIor? SALES?-Tnif? Dar. _
V* ialil.-?, A i?. A i. ?va? A?-? ? ad ?.?v?^ J. ?Us.
TAXE? FOR THB CURRENT CALEN?
DAR TEAR ARB TO HB PAID PRO
RATA BY THB VENDOR .?iND TUB
By J. B. Elam ?ft Co..
Real Estate Agents.
1113 Main street.
NEAT SCBFRBAN COTTAGE AND
PLAN OF PINALTO, NORTH OF BAR
By virtue of a deed of trust from Rus
sell Wpatt, -tetad November 17, 1892, and
recorded In Hcnrico County Court, Deed
Book 142 A, page B5, to the undersigned
trustee, to secure certain notes therein
described, default having been made, and
being required by beneficiary so to do, I
will sell at public auction, on the pre
WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 12th.
at o P. M.. the PROPERTY described in
said deed as follows:
' Three lots of land In the plan of
'Plnalto Grove.' in the county of Hcn
rico, with all Improvements thereon, be
ginning at the Interaction of Klnsland
avenue with eastern line of Alma street,
where it intersects the Cannon road;
thence running easterly and fronting on
north line of Klnsland avenue 2u"> feet;
thence northwardly l.V? feet to an alley
in common '20 [est ?ridel thenci; along
bbM alley Hi? fpet to Alma street; thence
along eastern line of Alma street to
Klnsland avenu?*?, the point of beginning."
TERMS: Cash as to all past-(?ue taxes
SBd insuranc. ami to pay three notes of
UAU each, with protest and interest from
November 17 and December 17, 18)4, and
January 1. I?.:'",, and thirty-three notes of
UAU each, maturing on the 17th of each
consentive month thereafter, wi.h protest
fee ami accrued int. real on each note,
ami a credit as to ninety-nine notes of
M8.B each, maturing on 17th day of each
consecutive month, beginning October
IT,' 1898, and balance. If any, in twelve
months, 6 per cent. Interest, secured by
deed of trust edward h. brown.
J. B. Elam & Co., Auctioneers.
11BUSTEAB' ?ALE OF HOL'Sh 1NO.
. tllfi WEST BAB8BALL S1KKEI,
la axscuttofl of a certain deed <>r trust,
dated September 11, lMfi recorded In the
Chancery Court for the city of Richmond,
in [feed-Book i:;, ? . pags 898, there having
been default In the payment of the debt
secured, and e.l th? request of the bene
ficiary, we will ?ell by auction, on the
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1898,
at *M o'clock P. ML, the HOUSE con
s'.?. I by the aforesaid deed, being No.
Hi; v...-t Marshall street, with the lot
up.m which it stands, fronting IT 11-12 feet.
and running bach N fssl te a 8-foot alley.
TKRM8: ?'ash sufficient to pay costs of
Bale taxes to ?Jay of sale, and a note for
B.800, wit!?. Interest thereon from 17th
September. 1MB, and the residue at one
and two yais, for notes, with Interest
added and ?.cured bv a .led of trust.
JOHN T. GODDIN,
N. XV. BoWK.
By the Valentine Auction Company,
829 east Broad street.
TONI OAK ANlTwALNUT OHAM
J BBB sim*?.. FINK BALBUT ANU OAK
WARDROBB8 AND BIDEROARD8:
VELVET. BRUSSELS, AND INGRAIN
CARPETS; ART SQUARES \Ni? i<r<;.'
RATTAN A\"!> OTHER COUCHES
COOKING- AND HEATING-STOVES
&C. AT AUCTION. W. will sell at 10:30
0 clock at our wareroom. BE east Broad
this (WedBBsda***) MORNINO, OCT. 12
a splendid line of Furniture, such as Oak
and Walnut Chamber suits. Oak and
Walnut Wardrobes, pfa?. Walnut Bed
ste:t?ls, Hair MattresSa?s an?! Springs
Dining ("li.-iirs ?.hii-h back). Very Fine
oak and Walnut Ndebosrds, Osk Foi-i
Ing-Beds. Large PVencb-Plat? Mantel
Mirrors. 2 Pianos and Organ, Very Pret
ty Parlor Suit (spring e.l*.-s), Walnut
Writing i?,.sk and Revolving Book? :
Velvet, Brussels, an.l Ingrain Carpeta;
Art Bquarea and Rug--, line of Vases HO
rolls Wall-Paper, l Very Qood Cooking?
Stov.-s. I Good Heating-Stoves, and lot?
nf other good Furniture. &c, not m?>n
tinned in this advertisement Th.? ladl is
are most respectfully Invited to attend
Ihe -ale. J. n. VALENTINE,
oc ]-_Manager and Auction? r.
By Pollard &. Bagby,
Real Est?t? Auctioneers.
BRICK DWELLING WITH LAMB
A NI ?
VALUABLE LOT, ON SOUTH SIDE OF
-M A it SHALL.
BETWEEN GILMKR ANT) GRAHAM
KNOWN AS No. 813.
In execution of a decree of the Chan?
eery Court of the city of Richmond, en
tered on July 23, MM in tlie suit of R.
Hland and als. vs. Dabn.-v Robinson ami
.i-., me, the andersigned, nil! sell by
ruction, on the premises, on
WFDNKSl.AY, OCTOBER 12. 1898,
it 148O'clock P. M., the above-mentioned
PROPERTY. The lot Is B beauty, having
i frontage of 30 feet on Marshall by depth
it IB teat to alley In common. Upon the
ot is a small brick dwelling of three
TERMS: One fourth cash; the residue
n thrae equal instalments at six, twelve,
m?l eighteen months, credit payments to
>? eridenced by negotiable mites, with
merest added from ?lay of sale, and tltl?'
tatned untfl all ara paid; or all cash, at
?ptlon of purchaser.
HARRT L. WATSON.
WARREN H MERCER,
I certify that the bond required by the
ibove decree as to special commissioners
ias been duly given.
' HARLES O. SA VILLE,
oc 7 Clerk.
EXCELLENT RESIDENCE, BB WEST
IraoB street; St??es i east Broad, 2 west
Iroad, ii"i and li"?. eaal Cary street; also.
["W" Larg? Floors for Manufactory or
Storage. I...W r.nt T. J. T.ilU?,
oc 13-W"&F*.'t? f:21 we? t Grace s treat
vt MTJB PER month, x,?. im BABT
.iain STREET, corner store uith dwell?
ag above, for many reara occupied bj
. W. Fraj ser, druggist.
I ELDON TAYLOR ?t SON.
corner Eleventh and Bank streets
f?, 816 WEST BRACE. REDUCED.
)e?iirable location ami in good condition
Ipply to CHARLES A. BOUE,
oc 5,7,8,9.12-51_Real Estate Agent.
'ESIRABI.K NEW COTTAGE. WITH
arge grounds, situated at Gwathmey's,
I?] miles saat of Ashland; very near th.
tatlon, with numerous trains passing
ally. BUTTON & Co..
Tenth ami Bank streets?.
OC 2 Su&Wtt
FOR III I XT,
TORE BO NORTH SIXTH STREET.
:rably located for retail trade,
nmedlate possession; reasonable rent,
pply to SA Ml'EL REGE8TER, Trustee
nd Receiver, 1107 Bank street.
____ _au D-Su&Wtf
io. 611 WEST FRANKLIN STREET;
his desirable residence, with stable at
ached. Apply to Mrs. C. L. TODD, ?VjO
rent. Franklin street. se 11 eodtf
IT LOW RATE. EAST FRANKUN
treet Duelling, No. 208, between SVcond
nd Third Streets, containing about 1(5
ooms; all modern Improvements; brick
table, ?fee. Now undergoing thorough re?
air. J. THOMPSON BROWN ek COv
oc l-codlt_1113 Main street.
?o. COI NORTH SEVENTH. AT RE
uced rent. Splendid location and In
CHARLES A. Rf**K.
oc 6.7.8,9.12-??_Real Estate Agent.
'HAT DESIRABLE. WELLrLOCA
t*d Residence No. 312 east Franklin. Ap
ly on the premises or at No. 6 east
'ranklln. Possession given at on? ?-.
_ oc 7-lw
Orders for printing sent to tbe Dispatch
ompany will be given prompt attention.
Ordera for printing sent to the Dispatch
ompany will be given prompt attention.
AUCTION tAI.Ba*?*rntaa** ?*-?r?
'WHEN RJsAL WTATt -* ^^.TJ??
TAXES FOR THE CTJRR1WT CAUCN?
DAB YEAR ARE TO BE PAID PRO
RATA BY THE VENDOR AND T?**
Ry R. B. Chaffln A Co., Incorporated,
II. L. Cabell.
Real Estate Auctioneer?.
AT PL'BUC AUCTION OF TIIB7
HISTORIC AND ..VALUABLE FARM
KNOWN AS "TIVKABOEV
SITUATED ON THE NORTH RANK O?
THE JAMEP RIVER AU? ?FT FOLR
TEEN MILES ABOVK RICH
By virtue of a decree entered April 1.
ISO?, in re Citizens' Hank vs. V. M. Allen
and others. In the Circuit Court of Gooch
land county, we, the undersigned sp
commissioners, will sell at public auction,
on the premises, on
WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 1?, ISO?,
at Vi.JO P. U., the REAL EffTATE re
ferred to In said decree, being th* valu
able farm on the Jam? s-KIv.t branca ol
the Chesapeake ?ind Ohio railway known
as "Upper Tuckahoe," containing CH.
acres, more or less. This l* considered
one of the finest farms on James river.
Tnrre are about 175 acres of alluvial bot
tom lands, and the upland Is of excellent
character, mostly chocolate, producing
line crops of tobacco, grass, and grain.
The dwelling Is of great historic Interest,
having at on* tinte been occupied by the
fatner of Thomas Jefferson, and was also
the country-seat of one of the branch??
of the Randolph family. The property is
very near the Gerton ?'?al Mines, and is
rich in promises of mineral wealth. Par
tiee interested in the coal feuriiic of this
property would 00 well to communicate
with Professor N. ?*?. analer, of Hanrard
University, whs?, r*? are informed, has
made a geological survey of the land.
The farm Is on one of th.* beat roads
leading out of the city of Richmond, and
Is. therefore, easy of BC0QBB both by rail
road and vehicle.
The sale will be made subject to the
right of the Tuckahoe CoeJ-Mlnlng Com?
pany ?'? ons-half of the mineral rights un
.1? riving IM a.res thereof, the same bcini
the 138 acres which w? re taken fr.?rn Low
er TuckrahOS and added to "Upper Tuck
TERMS: Cash as to expenses of sale,
any taxes which may bfl 'I'"', and a- to
J7 700. with Interest thereon from August
18, 1898; the balance In three equal instal
ments at one. two. and three years, rep
res? nted bv the bonds of the purchaser,
and bearing 6 per cent. Interesl from date
of sale; title to be retained until the full
purchase money has been paid.
4 DAVID H LEAKE,
W. <?. BKELTON,
In the Clerk's office of the Circuit Court
of the count*/ ?>f ?;.Ill iii'1-i'ltireiis'
Bank of Richmond, for, <* >'. Plaintiff,
vs. Virginia. M. All? n and als., Defend
I William Miller, Clerk of the said
cotir?\ do certify that the bond required
of the special commissioners by the de
cree rendered In said cause ?n the 1st
day of April. Iftt, has bBefl duly given.
<;iven under my hand as Clerk <>f th?
said court tins 12tli ?lay ?>f September,
,;Vh WILLIAM MILLER,
1 *** Clerk.
i| j? ?probablv more liberal terms than
the above mav bs priven on the day of sale.
By H. Seldon Taylor & Son,
Real Estate Auction
TRUSTEE'S AUCTION SALE
AN UNDIVIDED ONE HALF OP THE
BRICK TENEMENT 1?>5 WEST
CAR Y STREET.
In execution of a certain deed of trust,
bearing date on the 10th da) of Septem
ber. Ifff. and recorded In ths Clerk*! of
fice of the Chancery Court of the city of
Richmond, Deed-Booh i??i a. page W, ?! -
fault having been made in the paynient
of the note thereby secured, and being
required so to do bv the holder of th? aald
m,te. I will Bell at public auction, on the
premia? s-, on
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 13, II
at 5:30 o'clock P. M, an UNDIVIDED
'?NF HALF INTEREST IN ?HAT CER
TAIN LOT OF LAND, with a TENE
MENT DWELLING .No. IdS wtal i I
street? thereon, in the dty of Richmond,
<?n the south side of c.ny Btreoi between
Adams and .Jefferson str.-.-ts, fronting "ii
Csry street Hi 4-12 feet, and running link
? to an alley 10 feet wide.
TERMS: Cash as to exp? uses of BBlfl
an 1 taxes, and an amount sunVicnt to
pay off and dlSChSrg* B BOt* ?OT 1330, With
interest from th? Id day of Oetob?
1><98; balance, if any, on a credit of six
ami twelve months, wiih Interesl added,
and secured by deed of trust on th?- pp?
perty. SOL CUTCHIN8, Trusl
H. Seldon Taylor & Son, Auctioneer,
Ry J. R. Elam & Co.,
Real Estate Au'ti,,|i?'TS.
TRUSTEE'S AUCTION SALE
THE WELL-LOCATED AND VAIsU?
ABLE BRICK FACTORY.
WITH THE LOT FRONTING 10x124)
PEET, ON WHICH IT STANDS,
ON THE EAST SIDE OF RESERVOIR
STREET BETWEEN BEVERLY AND
KNOWN AS THE "MATCH FACTORY."
In execution of a certain deed of trust,
dated August 8, 1893. recorded in I
Rook 119, R, peg? M, Richmond Chan
cery Court, the undersign. ?1 trustee will
sell by public auction, on the premises, on
FRIDAY. C?*CTOBER 14. 1898,
Bt 1:30 o'clock P, M., the REAL ESTATE
i?ed in said deed, it being the abov. -
named well-known "Match Factory," ths
loi fronting iw feet on Reaerrotr street,
and extending back within parallel lines
120 feet to a wi?l?* alley, and there SIS
two connecting, spacious, and .substantial
brick factory buildings thereon. This
property la well suited in (..cation, sise,
Bnd construction for any small mur
tory, and adjacent ground can now be
had if deelred.
TERMS: Ry consent and in lieu of the
- required by the deed, one third
cash, ond the balance in two equal in
stalments, at six and twelve months by
negotiable notes, with Interest added and
secured by a deed of trust, or all cash,
at the option of the purchaser
tot.-, .. J' ***. --?AM. Trustee.
J. R. Elam & Co., Auction?.-? rs.
the sale of the "Match Factory" proper
ty, advertised ah,.?.-. W6 shall, at the
II of i!i>? ?iwn.r, on, r for l il
nubile auction, th.- LAND WITH TDK
IMPROVEMENTS THEREON, fronting
feet, at the northeast corner of
R. lerrolr and Wallace streets, and n?1
Joinlng the said factory property on the
TERMS: At sale.
? ' 12 J. I!. FLAM A CO.. Auctioneers.
REAL ESTATE AT PRIVATE ?...I.E.
WILL BUY A TWo-STORY BRICK
DWELLING, in good repair containing
four rooms, on north Second str?. ?, rent
ing for J72 a year.
JOHN T. GODDIN ft CO.,
Real Batate An*
oc 12-lt Rank and Eleventh
4 s \? rug-it K.
SOUTH THIRD-STREET CORNER
Residence, |8,ooo. for MMt, No Ml
southeast corn? r Third and Ryrd str
Modern and detached. Nine rooms
J. THOMPSON* BROWN <fc CO.
FOR S 4.1.1;,
WE WILL oFFKR FOR SALE AT
our up-town house, 31? 8? end Market
?t*vera! Fresh Cow? and Calve?. Thl? Is a
tin. lot Of Cow?, and It will be to your
Interest to ?ee th?-m.
re tl-It_CURRY, BWANN ft CO.
A NICE STOCK OF GENERAL MER
? H A NOISE.
Good time. Address
<' W. K I ESTER.
ae a-W4t_Yancey Mill?, Vs.
PAIR BAY CARRIAGE HORSES;
stvllsh and fast; l?i hand? high; rising 7
year? old; sound and rellsbTe in every
w.iy. Address J. If. HIGGINSON,
oc -It*' Albemarle county, Vs.
CATARRH AND 4 4INJ-I MI-TION.'
the twin terrors of humanity, are met
and conquered by Dr. OGE'S TREAT
MENT. Thirty day?' treatment, 41. with
atomiser free. Thl? offer for two <!..??
only. 4)ffk-e hour?: ? to 6 P. M.; ? to 9 P.
M. 10? eaat Broad atreet. o< !?-!?
^^AI'CTIO* %\htin-yntn\, Days.""
CPHEN REAL OTATE ,:. .
TA a ES FOR T-IE CURRENT
DAR YSAR ARE TO BE PAR, . ,/'
RATA BY THE VENDOR an ' , '
VENDEE. L u'1*
IlRUhTEE'B ?SALE ~
VALUAPLE I'akm fN ; -<, ....
N'TY ' ?W
WITH EIQHT-ROOM 1 i
July. 1MB. snd of t 1
I Goo? hi f ?| , ?
47. page 73. default ha
vm.'tit of th.- rnoi '
cure?! and i
holibr, I will sell, at pu
the front door ?jf th. '
eonrt-house, on ?
M'?NI ?AV. OCTOBER 17 . .
at 1 P. M., th? LAN!.
... ?i .im oontslolng ;'.?
lng the tem?a of ? *
Ragland, an?l others, with
TERMS: Cash as to exi ,n(1 .
paj MM. with Intel
gust l. 1881; balan?
be announc .i ,
G A m?
TRUSTEE'S SALE BY PUBiin
AUcfioa op un: **
TWO VERI DESIRA BL
In execution of a - .
t?? th?- undersign? ?l trusi
p.?. 1897, recorded In I
oaga :'.:?:. i win sell i ,
on the premise?; on
MONDAN. '" i?
at 5 o'cloek P. M.. thai
REAL ESTATE d? scrlb? d
.--? i lu'.- Nos IB and 12
sir. . t. ')'h.' s.inl two
three r"?>ms saeta ai :
feet, more or less, "ii th?
where bOUSSfl are .
demand by a ?," I
TERM8: on.- fourth
in three qua] instalm?
and ? Igbteen month?,
m ' ?l by a deed >' tru
party. HILL M<
J I!, l?.ini A I
COMMISSIONERS' SA!. I.
LARGE AND \ AI.' \
AT NEV? I'"> ' . M 18
FRONTING l'" FEET or ?
AND CONTAINING AB?
Pursuant to a !
of Warwick county, -
day of 1 ' < ml'. :
suit of !.. K. Hud
?'. Hudgins, Inn S
and "tiiers. and
Mtta day "f Qctoi
special commissioners * 1
at 11 o'clock A M . on t
REAL ESTAT!-: In th? I
Inga mention? <i and de?.
s, whl? h '.?
John ?s Tiii k'-t and John B.
of ? ?barle - k m iiioi j. 1
M. P ftk, -:
in the > onsolld ited
In the ?'ir'iilt Court ol
county, entitled Brink
mer and oth?
mer sad oth? : s, md 1
otbarsb as app? r? by th?
spi ciai commlssloi
October 1. 183, wWi h s
deer.?i BSafd ' "'.' ' In
on ? ictob? r -. 187? s I
I- ?l ? -i-ll?. _ a?. I.
of the Psrner R
mas be further d
the BOUthWI ?t !.. .1 m
north by Pumpkin Hall
rat? d from it bj n- a
?m the Wi st !?> Lot N
Plat, ami on tin; BB -
TERMS: (?ri.-i! : I
aace in three equal In ; n
with Inter? et fr?>m date 1
eight? ".a months,
day of sale, for whtcta 1
purchasers shall 1^ i \ boi
payable to tb?- said -;
and the title n talaed uni
order of I ii" c< urt; or tl
at Ins option paj all Ca
security of I
execute a d? .-'i of 1 rust u]
lots put . - 'I bv him, to
r?'.'oi-?l.-'l al hi"' ' 1
The water froi I
riinniiig back ab.:.
water line to an
opportunity for the 1 11
the bsst water-front pi pei
port News; the r. .?i ol t?
-spin .,t' th.
Tin 1 prop?
for investment; II
p.'ake and Ohio railroad pi
twaen the pi ,
the property ??f the ?Hd Do?
i: G. BICKFOl
RICHARD u 11
TH? >M \S TABB,
RICHARD B. .
II? k - ? ?tliCe Of UM ' ' '
W .mvii k ? 'ounty:
1 hereby ? ? rtlfy that the 1 ?
mention? d decreei
Glv? 11 iiiuler my lian-l I
S. pt. ml- i, : I?. '?
Por map? or 1 1
prop' rty. call u
1!. Trbe fi Co . Of Norl " lr* '
Tucker & Co.. of Newport
By ?' L I I i I I
DESIRABLE TWO-STORY * --
No '"-' WES1 CLAl STR
THE LOT FRoNTIN'.
THE NORTH UNE ?
PARAI.1.1.1. UNES AN
LAR DEPTH TO BR?>'
NUE, HAVING 1 '.'
BLE BTREE1 1 IP
By virtue . f tb. '
ii. 1 of 1 ! ist, rj o .1
cord in th.
11. mcery Court, 1
i.'i. default bavtng :
; .! of .1 certain 1
win ?-. H by 1 : .
at I I*. M., til.
STORY AND 1
front f?f M :
buk I" Brook a
cutlng this ti
1M?8. and a
BBld note :
date o? sale; b...
year?. C. I. DEN'M'S
JoHN I? v
C. L & H I?. I
B] Pallni a
Bat 1 Batate A .*
TRUSTEES* AIJOTIOS BALE
No. 1218 NOR';
NEAR PAIRMOt N 1'.
Ry virtue of a de?.! Bf tni
February II. WS?, ' "
.'.unity ?Court, 1
*e will sell by auction. On Ihe
FRII'\!. ?CTOBEB 1?. ' "
it 5 u'cl.M-k P. M
rwo-arroRY, five room dvm
INI? Lift, fronting on Tw?
iir?-.-t 30 t'?*t. running back bet**
all?! ?bus J5 f.'.t to alle) '? '
TERMS: Enough lu '.' h ' i
it s..!.- and a a? I for B8 ?
from Pehruary 11, IMS; bal
in?! two years.
JOHN BA.OB. . .
l HAl : II ? KD M? FAI.I
IF CARPI <
?el?, anil Vel*. ). Druggvi? ?
Hats; Linoleum and Ofl-Clolh
? 1 -.-.. Mattings, red m .-?i f-'*>nl*Z
-.1, ? '
Hanau??? of all style-, v.l. 1
' -ring at low??t price?. A
?18 eaat M?in ?tr.-.i. * ? ?-' "