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remarked a cerlain customer to another while they
bctter-fiUmg clothes, aml^have a much qreat^
made up much better: J^
»t°n?» IT^ VC be^ n dealJ ng here, with bufa few
exceptjons^for over ten years, and find 'itfi safe and
re table place to trade. I can get better ntte£dM
beter suited than I' ban any where, else, and' what
they tell you you can depend upon
Now, There's Just This About :lt>-
W hen you sum the matter up right these: men
knew what they were talking about; they know ex
actly what they g^when they trade here; they
know that thegoods must be right; the store's guari
antee is at the back of 'em.
newrhn^eof
patterns just in from our tailor
sliop; take the price into con
sideration.
S'zj Pf* <\ for a choice of j
ionable. Form*
Fitting. Correctly-Tailored I
Spring and Hummer Suits. ISote
the style, tone, accuracy in all
of the details of make-up, and
we have no hesitancy in- saying
that you -Trill agree with, the
$£=1 4\ /> throngs ofc us-
W^^§& tomers coutin
uallj' buj'ing
at the Big Store that they are by
far the "BFST and BIGGEST
values offered anywhere for the
•price. * < " .
BOYS' CLOTHING. '■-'■[
Boys' Black Twilled Chevoit Suits, sizes ■ I
to 16. well-made, usual price $1.48; ViO
special price. ...................... HqC, .
Brown, Gray, and Fancy Plaid Cheviot ' '
Suits, made up with extra large
double seats that extend from seam i
to seam, double knees, and taped Cti AtD
seams, only . ...... ... . . ...... mJi.^tO
Fine Serge. Worsted, and Fancy Che- .
viol Suits, perfect in fit, and style,
suitable for dress-wear, $5, 54.50/s4,dSg. Ao
53.50, $3, $2.50. and. ; ..... v^|,^O
The following EXTRA SPECIALS will com
mend themselves to the thrifty parents:
Boys' ALL-WOOL Knee Pants, all sizes, >■* m
4 to 16. regular 50c. quality, at... .... JrOC*
'•'Mother's Friend" Laundered Waists,
sizes 5 io 13. some with separate col- o*TV
lars, regular 75c. waists at $Z?C,
(A base-ball outfit free with every suit)
Manufacturers That Sell Directly to
the Consumers, t
.ARE ON SHORT TIME.
TWEXTY MIIJI*S THAT I'HEIWRE
PiXB L.U3ITIEU.
.an- — i—
REASONS FOR THIS CONDITION.
Many Operators AlTeeteii— Some S«?ejc
iaff Other AVorU-TUe West Xorfolk
J"ire — A. Survey of t!ie li::tt»esliiii
I fxa.it, — Xote».
NORFOLK, VA., May 12.— (Special.)— j
The twenty mills manufacturings all the
-NitA Carolina pine lumber consumed
and abroad are silent to-day. Four
days in the -week only will ha the
t'jiicauie Kit the plants, some of v/hich
i^r a year past have bean operated at
iuii capacity night and day." One reasoii
lor tiiia curtailing of production is the
strike In the Tjuilditg trades throughout
liit country anil the ct/nsecjUu'iit over-
J^oducuoc or material, some 3,ouy--ope--'
liuvts are i-KcCi^n, and they are dissat-,
-t^c Some el tha more skilled, iaborers
""« sougnt cjnpjoyrr.ent elsewhere.
-"- portion oi the crew of the battleship
- vrhich' goes into commission
*<■ Newport .News on the 15th instant,
arrived at ice Xxorfolfc- navy-yard: to-day
:! "iii -Vert- York. Tne cran consisted of
Wq men, and another party of eighty
fc^a will arrive to-morrow by the same
'•n.c ruins of the West Norfolk Lumber
'-oinjyiay's big plant, which was de-j
tiroyed last night, are still burning'fierce
->• lia.lt a toiliilon feet of lumber, in
t-uu.iijj much valuable hardwood stock,
l! '" i>ia.iiing mill, and tome railway cars
*w« destroyed, making the loss at least
w.Doi). Tnis is covereti by insurance.; .
j-iio foremen of the.; construction ■ and
Heaa engineering departments of the
have just completed a survey
the battleship Texas; now lying in
Roads with the ilagship New
i<-.n., j ur llle p Ur p Ose O £ aEcertainmfe- the
tviiSi liuixicci on the vessel. It was lounu
~;<u i Jlfc Hhjp ls g rca Uy in need of over-
UL& - She will not, however, come
rtcuy to the yard for repairs, but will
MSGrUy proceed North with the New.
WK - uo as t o oe j u Xew York and lire
«>e genual salute olt General Grant's
wffiU ia Rivei side. Park o"n the 30th' in-.
"f* 1 - After this occasion: the Texas i
v: » come to the Norfolk navy-yard. The;
"u.ier New York wili probably De , re- ■
I'Ovci at the Brooklyn yard. ' -'
iiit naval reserves" gunboat Siren was
J^-useiy deceraied: to-day, -preparing for
.; r Cr uiee: to paxticiiiate in tho carnival !
*' 'i'Camond next week. The Siren will
n7. bly be turned over to the Hampton
•ÜBioa tor thirty days after -cer return
iJ *w PJchmoKd.
body of Mr/ W.^c; Ellis;: who;
• ° at his country home, in Northamp-
Jji coaniy, Thursday night; arrived here
«.b morniiig, accompanied; by;-" , members]
v,7 r «4tnMy.^ Members^ of 'the' bar of
••' Io »c and other: fricndii-beiv the; dfc-^
in this- city^niet the? remains- and
them to Elmwood^ Cemetery.
c .services at the sTavo;were : cohducted-: i
■\}<*v. Father: Doherty. , : := : 1 -
C.^.aeli J^Coolahan,; a Baltimore
Mp' l^ ™an;: and) Miss- EmmavHoldeh,;
€ai , JIJOre - w& * e ! married atinobn: to- I
r»» in the parlors of the; Monticello -Hotel: j
; ' iiev, k. B. li«.tcher/of the Firet Bap-i [
Then* again, there's just" tbi^"
aboiit the fine and costlier grade
of pretty DRESS , SUITS, made
up in hand- $vg^"V F^ /f\
of choice fin- t\ sro >-^-^-f
ishfcd and unfinished Worsteds,;
Vicunas, Diagonals, Tricots. ,
and otlier fine woollens, such as
only the bigli gf> 8 k\d\
cost tailors 7fy g 'HS 1Bf»' |
usually have . - v^^ * Vf-^'.'"-.
for Jiicasure-made -work— all in
stock- here, ' ready to wear, : at a I
saving of not less than thirty- .
three, and in * O> : >V/V ;; i
manyorniosiVraH^^ §If §
instances fif- M-* » < «-^ « f V
ty per cent., of their charge's. It 1
pa)'sto look. " I
mmm^^.
J I-exln^ton Personals.
Lone Montgomery, to Stuart Finley Mont
gomery, of Covinjjton. The ceremony wilJ
at on? ?f atlhQ P^byterian church,
| a^. Collierstown, Tuesday morning, May.
Miss Nannie Gilniore. of Atlanta, Ga.
is the guest of Miss .Alary Preston Moore
Mr and Mrs W. c. Stuart have return!
i ; Hp,f^T s T penc , m^ some time with their
mends in Lynchburg, Va.
Mrs. John A. Graham is visiting Pro
lessor and Mrs. Charles A. Grave" "at the
University of Virginia.
Mr. n. S. Anderson has returned from
a visit to Richmond. ■
Mr. John 11. Beeton, Mr. a W Alms
Pile. Miss Minnie Crawford' and Miss
if U , r L B £ etO "; a r re aUe »« s '-S-tl'e meeting
2L, l iL* Jranil .-^° d se ?£ Virginia . Odd-
Fello-rts In session at the Hot St.rings ..
Harry St. George Tucker and
Ml ; Joi^Lv. Campbell/ of ..Washington
? nt i^ V n , h ' erslly> ' are visiting friends
in Philadelphia.....,.- -.----.
Mr. Lucius Dillon, of Indian, Rock, was
the guest of friends here the past week:
_ Major H. C. Ford, of the Virgiina
Military Institute, faculty, was summoned
to Lynchburg by a dispatcli announchig
the death of his sister, Miss Xannie AI
Ford. . ; . . . „ • " *
Cards have been received here : an
nouncing the marriage of Perry Arthur
Tankei-sley, of Green : Valley," Bath
county, son of Mr. Samuel Tankersley; of
Alone, and; Miss Mary Elizabeth Dudley
nn A, dailghter of Ir - George W.Gu-inn
of McClung, Bath county, on Wednesday
morning next, MaylCth, at 7 o'clock at
tho < home of Hhe 'bride.' ~"\-.'~-~ ";■■■■.- .:;
Francis T. Miller, a ; ; student at Wash
ington-and Lee University,, has ..returned'
to his home in Connecticut; where he
has accepted a position.
Miss Pearl Rhodes: has returned, after
spending. the .winterln Baltimore with her
sister, Mrs.; D. H.\,Kerh. ■ ;- -
R. T. McLeod, rO^the.: State Auditor's
office in Richmond.ris the guest of his
family "at Marmion. - <
Mr. T. J. Banks, -of Carroll ccfuhty, is
the^. guest of Mr. T. J... Jennings, near
Fancy Hill. ; -•
Mr. J. E. . Thrift, of ■ Madison, Court
house is the guest of hisfather-iri-law"
Mr.; J. W. Bell, at Goshen..'
■ SheiiuiKlouli 'Xotes, .; -
WOODSTOCK, -VA., •-May^ii-— (Special.)
A movement; is dn v foot;tbh6ld a reunion
of the Christian churches in: Shenandoah
county at .historic; Fisher's: Hill /during
theVcoming month of July. ; . ;■. ;
Itis reported that Mormon missionaries
have been at work in the northern portion
of jthisi county; -They :have : been ."< doing
notliing; but-distributing their literature.
This^ is.-the first.^ v/ork-'done v bjv-these
people in t hiscourity. :" ; ■V. ;.
Mrs. Montgomery Hambietoh, who lives
neariCd'nicville, about ten; miles west or".
i Woodstock, ; was . severely j; burned al l her '
home several^ days ago. Mrs. Hambletori
was working; over, a fire and r her.; skirts"
accidenUy caught; and ; : before the; names'
could: be extinguished < she^was-Tf rightfully,
burned; The': last report Indicates her'ebn
dition:to} be 'critical.
VvMr.'-'Miltoh^rPehceVr^edjOT^'ears^'a'.-.weHi
to; do " farmer"! 1 living.' near fForestville, : In i
this ;~ county^ ; died > ThursdayJmornJng!;.a
few) hours after, he • Had ibeen itotallyTpara^ ']
lyzed. Mr.;: Pence is-aurvivedsby a widow
and nine; children.
Old papers for sale at the Dispatch
bus 101 am
(COXTIXUED FROM PAGE OXT3.)
I have summoned Mr. Woodall Uhat your
Honor may. inquire into the case and as- :
-certain if Mr. Hannbh has sworn falsely."
JUDGE'S BURNING REPLY. -
■<■■, Judge ; Witt; addressing; himself to*- Mr;
Richardson; said :j- "You have ;. doneVex-:
actly right in; bringmg^this matter to the
attention -this ; •■'court;; :If'- it i caii be ;
:proventhat[ajuror;hp sworn falsely for
;the ; purpose ;;of- : miscarrying : : 5n
this . court,' the ; very limit of the -law shall
be-impostd upon him."
The Judge then interrogated Mr..Wood
all, and [told ; him to relate;' just what liad :
occurred -between, him ..-.and. Mr.Mlannon.-
The : detective' testified; that- a ; week or'
ten days ago : Hannori met': him i standing
at his , office Tdoor, at the T corner of Elev
enth and; Bank streets, and spoke to > him :
about-doing some work on the Rhodes case;
'Ttold him,", continued llr/Woodallr "that
I.wasalwaysjoperi for business. and ; that
if he •••.would; ; bring; Rhodes's- father to me
I would talk with him about entering': his
service. I forgot to. mention that'Han
.non said -to me at\ the time .that ,■ he
would: do all he could for Rhodes -but"
-that, he "didn't feel like doing it for no
thing. ■;- He said 'he would. . like to get
me to help him work the case up."
'■ : HANNON 1 DENIES -IT ALL. "■ " ; V
At this juncture,; Mr. Hannon said: • "I
deny it all, your Honor.".; . ■-'„-'
The Judge ordered htm to be -sworn,
and then ; the juror said: "I know Mr.
Rhodes,, the father of the young"; man,
very, well, ;and: I stated this when I :was
being examined as a juror. I have met
him. frequently at the engine house.' where
we Iplayed "dominoes together, arid--, have
talked to him often, though never about
this case. I don't mind telling you that
we talked" almost exclusively, of Jackson
Ward politics."
Mr, Smith and Mr. Wise, at this junc
ture, took a hand in the". proceedings, |
and brought out a denial that Mr.; Rhodes !
had ever authorized ; Hannon. or any ;ohe !
else to employ or solicit ; detective work i
in the case. Mr. Wooaall then asked |
Hannon the direct question: : "Did you
not meet me at my. office door about" terii
days ago?" . . 1 ' '■ '",'' :
; Hannon promptly replied in the nega
tive, and, Mr. Woodall, with a smile, said:
"I have no further questions to ask you."
Mr. Wise took Mr. Woodall to task for
not having sooner called the Court's at
tention to what he had just related, and
Mr. Richardson again set forth 'his rea
sons for bringing the matter to the at
tention of. the Court.
EVIDENCE LACKING.
"Your position," said the Judge, *'is
perfectly proper. You could ; have
done otherwise, in justice to ' •'-- yourself,
your office, or this court.. .The offence is
a most infamous one,; but,- in the absence
of a preponderance of evidence,' I can
do nothing. If you secure any further
evidence in the matter, Mr. Richardson,
it is your duty to bring it to: the atten
tion :of:: of: this .Court." ■
Mr. Hannon started out of the court
room, and,, as he passed Mr. Woodall,
said: "You must, not lie on me; JL- tell
you that." |
Mr. Woodall sprang from his seat, and
said: Don't call me a liar.": but he was
promptly called to order by the Judge,
and the incident was closed. ..
GOVERNOR A.\D THE MILITARY.
His Excellency Wanis It Scat
: lered — Capitol Xotes. v ;
Governor Tyler, referring to tne liurry
call for military to prevent a lynching at .
Martinsville Friday night, said yesterday
that ho was more tnan lever impressed
with the advisability of having tiie vol
unteer companies well scattered over tne
State. ;
"I at first Avanted but one crack regi
ment in Virginia," lie said, "but owing
to tne large number or applications re
ceived for permission . to form companies,
it was soon found impossible to keep trs>
number down to one regiment. . soon we
had one regiment, and eignt additional
companies. Then there was a lull in or
ganizing, but now there has. come a new
wave of military enthusiasm, and there
aru pending applications 'lor more than;
enough companies to mi out a second
regiment. -
"There is- trouble to decide which ap
plication to grant," said . the Governor.
•"There is not at present a single military
company in the Southwest, west 01; koa
noke.: ; The only company in the Valley i S .
thu orio at Staunton. i. have' been anx
ious- to have one at Wooastock, in Shen
andoah county, and one in l J uiaski, but it
seenia it is. impossible to have it so, and 1
I suppose, the second regiment will have
to bo made out with companies troiti
other aections of the State."
Governor Tyler was very complimentary
tothe promptness with'v.-hich captain \v.
W. Barrow responded to the summons to
come to the Mansion on Jmday night. Al
though he lives some distance -away," cap
tain Barrow was with the Governor
within a very few minutes after ' beintr :
notitied. „.-..
Governor Tyler received one or iiex's
royal lavors 'yesterday m the torm 01
soiuen;-: badge studded Avun nrty-six
jewels. •■ .Replies coming in from members 1
of the Governor's stall indicate that there
will be a fun. turnout tor, the Dig. carnival
paradu Thursday. ; .. ; ■
.General; James c. :kiii, Kauroad com
missioaer, wiiigo t0 Petersburg ThuS
aay, ■accompanieu by: an engineer, lor the
purpose ■ of inspecting the Kichmond
i e rsourg and Carolina railway, between
i-otersmn-g and Kidgeway, A .: C. Ide win
travel m a. .private car. General ±im W
raiuoads runmng- Lf^i
iolu lust week. " .
..Judge v A. Hancock; of Chesterriei.i
was af. the, library. ■;.,':
.IL f. Bruce, of Wise waJ'at
thu Governor's office, yesterday. . ."
THIS DENTISTS- HAVE AUJO VllSUu
THeir Se«iou Urouglu vto^ v. Clos.e
\ ONtcrduy Afternoon.
V^- Tri ; Uni ° n Dental Associations ~ot
Virginia, iMaiy land, and tne District o£
Columbia concluded their session - here
yesterday and adjourned after extending
vote of thanks to the local -committee '
. ,1 he concluding;; session was . called" to
.order at 9:15 o'clock yesterday by Dr ■ K.
U". Talbott,' .-president of the District of
ColumbiaDental^Soeiely: '.; .
;,. Many ; papers .were presented,. but could
not be read, owing to" the lack of time
-Within which to do so. .
:.: I>iv E. P. Beadles, of Danville, sent' a
• paper jon'..;-'Nati6nal Politics and the Den
tal It was; passed without
:reading;.;\: , : ■•.;;.-;... ■..-•-. ..;..• ..:■..;•; ■■-.-..■
Dr \v . H. Ewald.-:of Porstmouth '- read
a: paper.;entitled, -'Hygiene^ in Denistry "i
; ;Dr.;W:H.Haller, of -Portsmouth -read?
a paper, on --Dental --Legisiatioh." it was^
discussed'.; by, Drsi. I.; v.l Smith.- -Keach - : "
Parmly Brown, -H. W. "Campbell; arid R*'
H. Walker.- : -....'-..•-*' ■'
; JDr. George V. : aiillhbliand": : "read-. a paper
entitled "Prosthetic Denistry.'! " ■■- • ■ ,' .:'■
Dr. C. J.; Grieves: lead van interesting
and. exhaustive paper : ; on " ,"A- - Case ot
Acute - Hematbgriic j . Calcic 'Periceneritis.",
11 was ■' discussed by, Drs.'; Co wardiri, . Fin-"
■leyjJand;'CampbelL^'->.'"v-sh''.--v> v ;■ ; - ov •; ■; - : '.;
■ - Other /interesting ;papers;onVaentai: sub
jects";were read . ; and 'k discussed,- ..after
which iT the ; adjourned. " ■
Grand" Mastery Bailey) Coiijcra tialatetli-
Secretary; J;;Frarik" L Grarityof "the
' Sovereign! Grand jliodge^: I: jb^'Oiv P.; /has
; written :&-■ lotteri to I Grand ;? MairterAW;? H.
Baileyr^of^this T city;; 3 congrratulating.^hlni
upon '% theSrecent :i forma tionlof /Ab'pu VBeif
*A.dhem^Li6dge;^of^Richmond, ! the :■. second
.largest lodge Jtn the world.
< ;In; thoscoursej of his-; letter; Mr. Grant
isaya itbieS lb^g^goreanlzeati at g Memphis
, two vyear s ; ego ; had i a slightly 4 larjrer jbem-
j^^^^^^^®gvi?RE:"Al^'KSTATE' AT .TOIVATE jSAIiE^.-'' l " *■ ■'".-' '"' "".'.- '. ." -■:
fronting m Bresk r^ailliiniyli^leSmS^i^
tne na|2€§ssin@:rßSidfnda -of aSpEifpiiig
a fiari ©f the @sfaf e ©f thsflafKMa]^^^^^^^^^^
being -for flic firs! finio sffersd,
These lots front 50 and 100 feet respectively, and offer everVJiii
TO^koice^g^ri^
:%«?» m ll2^ 'mm****?** °* shaaeitrees^^eStreofJa^n^ilectric^
»i}TO£^ p Sft^ $£&*& ?f ?|^m^snfrof?iMe^MdVclfi?
lightfutwater : can be obtained : frq m jthe ; ;s^6undinl^tesian wells
at city rates.
TifRMS : Small cash payments; the balance on a credit of a term
of years. -
r,^ 80 ' ? VILT>mG SITES IX = THE^PLA^OF-SHEE WOOD
JrAltlv^and acreage^tracts in yicinityj ;; , '. - : . - ;; v
sufficient for erecfcmg house 1 thereon; : - - •- - . "
ap ?. Sun RICHMOND, VA.
1 ■" ' . FOR SALE— !g2,6OO— "
beautifcl: svburba'x; 'acreage.'
one and a; quarter .miles -from ?
ci ty, on vHenrico ; pike. : " Fine / shade, : well .
water,;. and':--5-ro6m-.-; cottage. High and ■
dry. About Z "ACRES. -.-- >-• .
_ ' ;■"■ CHARLES A: ROSE, - J
•"■■ ■':' ... : Real Estate*- and Loans; . ;•-
• No.-il north? Tenth street. : :
omy 13;- 35, 17&20 ":.:;.--. I;;-;;' ..- :: -\
FOR SALEy " •■' :' ' - J
;• THREE HOUSES; : ..• ;- |
: For- sale.-. THREE- HOUSES,' $2,000, all i
occupied by good : white tenants, paying ■10 :
per, cent. They. • cost ;• §2,500, --but must be";
SOld. - :.-:-'..<■:-.■. .- •••.•-•. -.' „. .. j
;* J. THOMPSON BROWN &CO i
■ myl3-lt: „ •■- '.■■■--.:■■ 1113 -Main street • j
a 15 per cext.; lxvest3lext. j
■'; S9O0 :■: cash: .will : buy two; excel- :
LENT ; FRAME = HOUSES, 'renting to good " :
paying tenants, at, 'so2 .per month: Can !
you flo better' with -your -money ' . - • :
> poulard &:bagbi-, !
my 13-lt 5-north Eleventh street.': !
McVeigh & gliss; .-..-, - j
HAVE: OP FIRST-CLASS
BARGAINS IN REAL. ESTATE FOR |
SALE. . „ MCVEIGH. &GLJNN; -;'
. my 13-lt ' ■;-, . ':.""■ Til2,east Main^
PO R SALE. ."• ':--:■■'
AT A : SACRIFICE. AND ON EAST f
terms of.: payment; ; a NICE: FRAME
DWELLING* -corner -Luck and Roberts
streets, Barton Heights. . .
;H. SELDOM TAYLOR, .
.' my 13-lt 1 No. 8 north Eleventh streets
~ CIIURCH-HILI/ -lIO3IE. ~~"
51,375 CASH WILL BUY AN- EXCEL
LENT DETACHED 7-ROOM HOME on
Twenty-seventh street,; near Leigh. .
' i POLLARD ; & BAGBX , . v
. my, 13-lt "Bnorth- Eleventh streets ;.;■
FOUSALE.
GRACE-STREET BARGAIN -. : - •
THREE-STORT-, BRICK, -. 34-foot lot,
near Madison : street;.; -. ..;
" J. THOMPSON BROWN & CO.. >
my 13-lt :>:'; :, 1113 Main street.. .
• ■;. asxaiv: ; -■;-. . ■ ;.;
3 1-2 acres, good garden. plenty'
of shade, fine water,', neat~s-room:"cottage,"
adjoining . a" first-class; rrailroad .town,
011 Iv $1,000. '■-' -• ■; ' :• •-•" ' •
35" ACRES. AVITH ,6-ROOM DWELL
ING, nice place, only one 'fourth :mile from
station, $1,000. See J. -R.V HOCKADAY,
.903 east Main street. my 13-lt*-
FOR SALE.
VIRGINIA. FARMS OF ALL DESCRIP
tions, sizes, and prices. ■ . - : : : ' .
Bargains in* SUBURBAN HOMES and .
LOTS. ' ':■:.-.• ".: ;.-- ' \ -- :, ';■; -'••■
Farm Journal free." . ' - •
/ PERCY.S. READ. :
my 13 ■ 1104 1-2: Main street.; •■
FOR SALE.
. CORNER FIRST AND BYRD.
20 Per Cent. Investment.
■■■■'.- CHARLES A: ROSE,
Real Estate and Loans,. ,::
my 13-lt No.ll north J Tenth street. -_~
CIIIMBORAZO-PARIC HOUSE.
?3^JSO WILL' BUY A MODERN' *DE
TAICHED, NEW BRICK HOME, "nice
lot, fronting Chimborazo Park. ...
■■■r r >■; POLLARD &BAGBY. •
my 13-lt -.:.-: 5 north Eleventh street.
■. : FOR SALE, ■ : ; /' ; -"
A BEAUTIFUL LOT OF LAND, 175 BY
179 9-12-feet to :an. alley,' on .-south'-, line of
Ivy, between Park and Meadow. -streets.
A" great .bargain can be had. .Money
planted there will yield a golden harvest.;
See "" :.' - . '-. ' ■ '. - " ;'■ -.' -. " ; - '• ■■■ '
EDWARD S. lir,r, COMPANY. ;,
I- ■;■" . '-Real Estiite and Loans,- .
I niy J3-2t . . - 11 north' Eleventh street.
' r :\ for sale; ■ .I-: , rJ ■•"-■" '•'•■"
. .' FREE CATALOGUE,; . ".-
I ; :. ". . \ Of -;■- . .'::, ] 'i?£Z?M '
I -SUBURBAN ACREAGE: AND:-' FARiiS"
for sale and exchange.' Send for it."'; -
J. THOMPSON BROWN & CO., .
my 13-Sun^W2t . ] 1113 Main street.-?
- ■■--.■ .IPORSALE,^ ■ . ■•'
SPLENDID PIECE OF . PROPERTY,
at- a sacrifice. -Call; for particulars. ;.v .
- . 7-t ' B: CHAFFIIST & CO.,llticorporated; 5
my 13-lt . ;' ■, . ; ;. '
GOOD, SOLID -ISVEST.IIE.VIV ;
fI,SOO?CASH WILL'BUY ; A'; GOOD 8-
ROOM;ERICK, HOUSE,, on east Broad
street. Rents for Sl5O per annum. >
. POLLARD
. : my. 13-lt 5 . north.;E;eventh street.
bership than that : of Abou Ben Adhem.'
Mr. Grant;says, in conclusion: .-. "_'•■".
"I take, it this is the crowning achieve
ment :of your .entire .career -as Grand
Master, and,-;; in^view of fact: that .your
pfliciar life is so. near. .an. end, I know
"it gives. you much pride to-be able to re-
port this to the.' Grand Lodge of '■ W :
ginia.l I congratulate you with .my whole';
■ heart, and no one* takes more pleasure or
pride, in your. success as Grand Master of
Odd Fellows ; than your friends in .tnis
LECTURED TOME TEACHERS.
Rev. -^1.-~ "-Asi»l»>".^ Jones,, "nt ' Henrlco
Court-House — Marriajje License; .
Rev. W. Ashby: Jones lectured yesterday.;
before the Teachers' 'Association of Hen-.
ric.o- county.'. There; was a large attendance':
of,;:ladies .present arid the. lecture was
highly enjoyed. -'"'"' ..:■
; Clerk Wad dill issued a marriage '■ license
yesterday to" Junius; Stevens and;;Mirinie ;
Cra'ddolk.; Mr. -Stevens ' is a very popular
young ".-; farmer ■. of : Henrico ; county; "while
Miss ..Craddock, Iwho: is only in her 16th .
year,,' is : the . attractive "daughter .': of; Mr.
and ;Mrs.' Robert- Craddock. „' .; V, : '\.
• .The jury inrthe:.case ;'of Baughman;: ;
vs;^Stoke9, .failing ; to Jasree,";. has _■ been? ■;
discharged :; and ;the ; ; ease ; will; . ; be ■ cori^': ■
tlnued. until. ;the next term- ? of the Cir-
CUit Court; :; ■.. - '_ - - ■ "'. •/ - ;
..-"Were Married- in. >Vilming;ton. r ■
; k Miss Annie ; Crb ok, form erly o f th is - city, \ -
.but^now;6f:vWilniing^dn;::;Del.;; : arid iDr.* '
: Theodore :;Becker,\v a "; prominent ''physician" \
of .^Washingtbri", were .wedded at high';nobn- !
) Wednesday^ May.; 9th^ a^; that ; place;4TheJ I i
brideiwasygow^dimdst-.becofriingly.; in*-a ; |i
travelling i'gown;- -off; mode;;v and r. r carried ; j i
white i; carnations I. aridi, maideri-haif : f orris: i|i
,ThY» bride's ? littlefriieces; : V iola;; and " N]a- ; :
taUeJChapmari.xactedsasjfiowerJgirls^aiidl !
were -dressed in -white organdie. ■> ; -.
; : A wedding.- breakfast ;waS; served; after :
■twh'lctiV the Chappy,; couple "ileft:; -Wilmington.* I
f o'r:;:Richmorid;y : where?;tlieyJ; areXyisitlrig '
their j sister, ;MrsVC.^W.:;Dalryriiple^wh'erej {
■ shej wi 11 -"be ■ glad • to" see! her; old ■ f rierifis. s.-i I
•■ :; To tlie ; De'ej|t;Rnii : Raeesr;:r ''"-"• ;

|ThursdayJat32^'cl6ckl;t»;take;Persorisltbl ?
: racesV^whictf ;
;begin;-at;2^o|o^clock.^ .Street-cars *ieave i
Broad streets every twenty; '■
Bv^N?" ~i
p ; Orders, for; printing^ sent ; to . tho , Dispatch;: \
i Company ywilllbe | given J prompt ; attention;^ =
fandi the, style; of w^rk t-r>.a pritci will" be 1
syr^io please >*->v.
. FOR SALE,
1 -*" 3 l. 1B1 B- > 'Pizzi3fi co^ipaVv.
.TENTH AND BANK STREETS.
■ ■'■■•' - - rooms '- a s Pl«ndid .-homer!
; „ SgSSVSS ;. Clty . water - sas ' &c -- :
1 211 BRICK.V west Marshall; !
!"-: p^e^oiS l^^- 1 . 110^-:
- 53,000-CENTRAL 'BRICIv HOUSE '9 i
I :;^ Ooin n s r modern improvements, al'leV-i
it«(v^ lo °-' liberal terms..- '-. .-!
56,000-CENTRAL BRICK, 12>rooms; c- a il: ■!
j .modern improvements. : Easy terms > ;
: best^standsiin End.:/.The
. . :V: V parties: now. in; the place' are doinsrV
- ? good 'business. "Parties are leav^
--.:.. ■ mg-tha city. ■.".. - ■.-.-: ...-..:. j
; ATILLIAiI B PIZZINI COiIPANY. .
I ._: my. 13-lt Tenth and-: Bank; streets^^
! FOR SALE Olt EXCHANG Er
.GRIST -MILL; "WITH "6 ACRES LAND-
R"chmord e: «n^ roOms ' ten from ;:
.Kichmond and two miles from 'sta
.FARM O"F 50 ACRES, good building • !
-gg* 'new., one'; mile from S'l
pW?^, l^- ACRES - sood; buildings- oW !
:- my 13 - ,_^._^_.^;Q le "*Anen, Va/
BAHGAIXSi LEFT. •
WE :SOLD;thR2E::OF THE HOUSES
SS??S: b6thin
NUB LO^ S °\^ ' CH ?ICE-GROVErAVE^
NUE LOT M e::only-aak a- show; .-':■ Can-
Please both seller, ahdibuver
• iioney to Lend. - . . r
■ n>lo:lt •-■-"-<» '-north Tenth street. .
, ■ ' ; ; FOR SALE ' '
r=«Hi^s;
av^»n -at the --'office of 5 ° S ° eS
?i" S< R ? S E COMPANY
— :—: — :—: — ; :: — _ — :_ ' my.l3.2L
supply those 4o%en'n tl ' * aU Ia P art
right down and see- one fence - ; - Step
. EDWARD^; rose COMP.w T -'"'
,— ~ ui^iijwthjgleventh; street.. -. :
R a SS^ < O^HE MOST
HOMES anywhere nelr R?,^ SUE URBAN. I
conceivable " .convenf-no? J^™°P-^ Every j
water, range, • culvert " hlTt ' and ;; cold !
Dwelling contains 11 Vu- v»' gas ' etc - etc.: j
Paratively | Sma \f s c " h °'-;^jooms. Com- J
■ O S»r .Xu." descrip^of i^^S^l
improvements. ,vTare a i mS f and:modern i
- * POR SALE, ■ ~~- •' - .-■■•"■
'■■;■• -. porTsale -••■ -■ ■■ '• ~- :
: P^^^A^N%^^ ES^OTS
block; on FLOYD tSTRI'^'I ; -. a ' similarr
the Soldiers' :Ite \S; Just beyond
to these Lots wnr« r ?v th i? ! » Leo1 com Parablo:
sary. ; Apply^o ? in^u^d^<ie_^.neces
my. 13-lt ■:.'-;■ :-Real V-'V.Y - SOVVK, .
■■- . ... ; — -; - -"eax Jiiatateand Loans.
DESIRABLE >i:OTS% J v :; pt nvrv :^
nue. .Also; DWELLTNrs: • 3 aYE:aVE
: -y I 3 :it QO:;
■ — — :-•- Main.- street ■■;•-:■
\ centp'a^ l^^ exchange--—
,- ——:■ — 77 — .-' - - - myl3-it«:-'
; : - '■:-- FOR SALE. ■ :-;■:-:• T~^
CalL.and get- our rew'c-?t-iino?, 0 " a mmsr "
:|g|gggg|grited;|
r-" -for sale; ■',- --:■.-:■
;CORNER;ADAMS AND:CAKAL ( 15 PER
;Cent. . Investment;:' •' ' . .it
''* '■ ' ■ iCHARLESrA^fROSE "-"- .\'
?s£ i" ■,/ S^aliEatate-and^Loan's^C:
: :north:Tenth.streetv;V
. — "." : A : SXAP^ "
- ;-. 51-.S0O ::- -.- WILL S; BU Y : -: ■■■. T WO r i
CHOUSES, renting;for §24 permonthrCome^
early -if. you|.wanti this - -V"™ y
:;..,:■■;■-- \ ; S-c; "POL LARD :'&;BAGi{y^:--:
.a^myjlo-lt. oinorth; Eleventh; street^:;^
FOR SALE, ~~
on'chestnut'hill;^ FiißST:cnAsq;
f EIGHTrROOM ?HOUSE. mil r<
;provements;shot; and; coldlwater; Majestic^
. steel 3 range ;; and '; stove! '
l(as^goodias;new;?justipairited; ?in fine: r^ r;
Tder ; asi tua tedi corner f Fourth savpnua ■ an<i ;
Juniper streets ; 'fronts eeat.;s t. ; * - j^ot •■ eo^i jS '
feet. 4- Immediately ;; eleetric-ea^^lhip^
: Possessions can^bejgiven^in -thirty - f divr ;
jPriceilowjg anditermsS reasonable -Caii-Tf
fofficeiof ?A^F^MOSBY^Fo ?^ifav^u^
Chestnut^Hill^cr^addresslPostofl^ia^jSt
£57,^Richmond. Va..-- " my 11-3t»^;
~ for sale; r: :
: IN^GRBEN; MOUNTAIN"
jhood; i^Albenjarlegj county, ;Va ,- "a o " :
sQUONE.'^thelcoußtrylhomefofitfe^latel
?Missf Anne ? Shaw^ffi Most J j desirable- 3 place!
jMissYJANE SHAW^klbw«ne.*CV'^°"?lr-f
p^:::VH;:.^.-;;;-;-.:^-^:;^0 a p;2o^, Sqn^y-4^^
L P OR aAXE,, , "
IFARM^OF. 120 -AC»ES^FIFTEE^MIL^
Kwestio£«Rlchmo«a;sflXty!i acres
; balances 5§ heavily. € timbered; ?S large S-- barn*'
fdwel^KJsniali;?pTicei^6so.-'SAddres3^*HTTit
: ;«^:-:'K:-:sK^&|^i
gSsj^^y^, - my 6-SU,'W&3XJ3tSjii
r ■
f^^^^EA§^TATOlfsf|oi|^K^:
DAR YEAR --ARE :TOSBEsPAID PRO
j f !4the i \altmtlnef:Auctipni.Comp:iny; < -J.
i !>! >- "t-i! Auctioneer*. , ; ■*■*-
A ucTiox slle;op^two. vkry
; Q;'-', '-! - - ~"-:SlCE PHAETON*. ' -.--
I rHOCSEHOLOfANDSKITCHEK^^IISKI^
\ i r^J^SE-^REFEIGERATORS, r-^ CKAMBEItt
I SUITS^BABY-CAKRIAGES.-'-irUGS.I&C.-;
? =Ati,our.-;'v\-3rerooms /- .'. - : -*xg&ilm
I
I "Comraencmg'at=lo:3oisnarp;'s:Oab;Cham-"
j :feer > Su.Hs.t4iWalnutiCh;unber. iSult&?-Babj--?i Sult&?-Babj--?
■ ;£ama?es;; Mirr.n-a. : Pictures; -Ha tracks^l,
1 FinanSilkr.Brocit teller ChcrryiFrtime'-Par-^ j
f."loriSult;l cost $75; :i: Fine Oak jfeuffet^with:!
j ■31 French-Plated mirrors; i Lace^Curtains, >,
j : Oiljw-J Cookirig'-Stoves. ; : : - Oak Extension^
; Parlor) Chiirs;'>Walnut s
, :Sld6boards;''iOsLkftFoldinff-Bed.;:largeSnutn-f
; ilwr^frDoublejßedsteEtds^Bookeases^&crJ
; ?Also;iwe^?iU3 sell slavery .rPine:i.City r MadeV
: Phaeton . £ m ade 'fj by ; Boslier, s carriage-f ac- >
-tory ; i l-Pony^Cart;:.! >V"ery t Good JPhaeton;~i
Saddle jand^bridle.i &c. vLadies* invitedito?
; attend.*; this"; sale.'H -Public : are": invited. 1 ?.-;" i r '-Z
■ 5 ' Ji; "■' --:-V:_>:;--^ ;^-^^H;YV^U^BNTtNrE,v:--
;my 13 ;-;r. V sManager,:and!s Manager,: and! Auctioneer. ;^i j
\?.£:'\£ By. Edjward;S. ißosV; Company, ;J;"; ;
• -"v.-/"" v .-/" ,lZ.Real .Estate ■ Auctioneers,-'. ;:^;iv;l
■ - Xq..11-.nbrth Eleventh street. -~-i •;
rpEIUST EES' 'AUCTION SALE .
. "JL - OF- ■"•„;■'-.;
A HOST yAL.UABLJ3 . ' ■'
CORNER LOT
\VITH ALL. IMPROVEMKNTS THERE
OX, NORTHEAST CORNER; SIXTH W ~
: ' „ i .AND: BxVKER : STREETS,/ '
. V . : -'■----;: NAVY "HIL.U. „-.--•' -
- By virtue ;of a -certain" deed -of : trust; %
dated 14th November. .. ISSS, of record^in
'■- the Clerk's - of fice;V Chancery . :
Court, i Deed-Book- 155 :C. V pase>S7.. : ; default
having, beennaadeiin^theipayment • of *the i
: deb t - seoured;--and:<being required ;
so Jto': do : : .by,. • the f.beneficlary, :• we "iwill - sell [
by. auction; .upon; the -premises, on- ' ":_ '■
TUESDAY: -3THE 15th D^T OF^ II AT. IMO/
at 5 o'clock :P;:ir..; the PROPERTY above
located. tThe; lot has a*. front-: of 30x121 i eet ?
.to - an : alleys in,, rear 1G ■fee t ,wid e.' ■ ■ .' ; ;v; -i
■ VTERMSiyCash'sas.to expenses , of .sale
• -and a -balance; due.; on bond :of;s763.(Jl;i"the
■ ! residue;as;mayJ:be named at time : of sale*
- ;'.w;,c. armitage; % -: :
-.; -.- ..K. M. FOSTER. - .
. ; JOSEPH VT. THOMAS,,--
Trustees.
; Edward, S.;Eose Companj-, Auctioneers. \
Ir-l:-^-: ;-r-^:Ay\v->^.-'..i-;;, . ■::::.. -.. .. my 10 J
; riAY 25th.
Safest La Grpsse Lots,
At the junction; of /the. -Seaboard , Air-
Line". and .Southern .:-,roa.ds, : -; : the .thriving'
, .village : of -East : : Mecklenburg-.; county, Va;;
"will'be sold at« public .'auction : on '." ■ :
' ; -MAY THE; 25TH "AT 2:30 ; O'CLOCK.
A'L.ARGE NUMBERiOF.XOTSOR PAR!
.CEES'^OF.TIiA'ND;. suitable for. factories;
,warehouses;';storehouses.r&c. ; . ",.
: - : A '-:' plat ; ; showing >; size.*.; description,' ;; &c;j
of: l6ts,-."WilVtbe"'on." r hand : on : day. of . sale. •"=' i
iThis^.polnt^'iiotv^the " centre ,- 'of - ; roads,"
I .is.*9estiQetl-« s soon-- to -be • the -.business ■ cen
tre^bf'Our-SoutlTsiae, section.'^.' Comeiand ■■
' soe " ~" R. . J..: MONTGOMERY; -
■ ■ ■ ;••:■ ■ E.-.-BETTS. -•:-'..,-: .-.':
-, laJ.aval.ker;:;;
'■■:: ap ■ 29-Su»4t .'■ : ' J. . 0. HAYWOOD. ": . ■: :
-~~ : l .- ;';;: v --^-"FOa-REJNT:" : < : V:i':' : : "'• . - ■"■ : ,
No. 1607 \V. Franklin St..ii 2 rooms. '-
• lS"o.:5O2 W.-. Grace St; 12 rboins. •"-.■
- No. 11^ S;' Third St;| 9 rooms. " T '■ ;
-No. 605 E. Main St,;io rooms.
N0.2225; Third St.; 6 rooms. •
Also other .Dwellings,'; Stores, and'OMces
CALL FOR « PRINTED LIST."
:, . Real Estate and Loans. .
: ' '•"■"'■' -- : . ■'•'■ '-<■»»>.; 10-itt :\:. '_['■■
; FOR;IIEXT,
BRICK DWELLING, NO. ■ 311 ' TWELFTH
street. between' Broad and Marshall." con
taining S rooms, and; modern, improve
-ments..; . .; H. SELDON TAYLOR, •
: my 13-lt .'No; 8 north. Eleventh street. . :
■ FOlt KJEXT,
THAT DESmABLE tAND CENTRAnLY-
Located .Residence;. 6lo north Eleventh
streejt,. containing; S : rooms; all-modern:
improvements. '■'■•:■ .-; -. . :■ ■ ■■:■
; ' V-,J.- T. GODDIN & ! CO.. ;;
': . : - ■ .'■' '"'Real Estate^ Agents, : .
my 13-lt- :.Bank:and-Eleventh streets."
: ■"■ ;■'- -• /FORIIEXT, ' ■ ' -■■ ■'. ;" :-
BRICK ■; DTSTELLTNG^ No. :"07 NORTH
Seventh : ; street. >,' Seven ; rooms. Detached '
kitchen. .Possession -June- Ist.
. ,• ". - SUTTON.&iCO.. '■".. ":'.!
■my. 13-lt . Tenth and<Bank streets.-:
'.'-.-' -.:' ; ' •■■'■-■'■ : ; - FORKENT, ■'---":-. ; --V '■"'■
-THAT EXTRA-LARGE AND CENTR^AL-
Iy-Located 3-Story 3 Salesroom :and Ware-
house, on Thirteenth. street between Main
and Carj% until ; recently; occupied by tho
Eagle Paper. Company.. -Apply to
v- . ' ".." '■■'• -.;;-: ■■.--■ v/n^w. bowe. ,
; my 13-lt. .Real; Estate and Loans. .;
1 -r. ■.'-:'.•.'.". , ; ;.^'.': "FOR; HEA'T/i ■-.-- ■■". : .• -■;■ .-.:
THAT; ATTRACTIVE .DWELLING, No
10 east Caryrstreet, -withJSirooms, bath:
range. &c." DOUGIoAS E; TAYLOR
my 13-lt -"■-.. No.-, 1115 east Main street. :
; v forrext;
MODERN BRICK DWELLING No' : 1U
north Plum- street, :: 7 rooms; ranee '&c
Nicely... papered -aUvthrough. - ■ ■ .-... .-.' -- -V
: '■■'^1,-^^&
my 13-lt .- Tenth - and' Bank : streets." '"
;■:■:> -.-. ry, FOR^REXT, " -..- ---■'- : -
THA.T. EXCELLENTr AND. MOST E T I*
gibly - located. .Residence,:- No. 302 west^
Franklin; street, ~ containing 10 rooms *■ all
in good : order. ' Possession-: September* ist.^
Apply to •-r ; * ■, ; v- .-,';N. W..:BOWE;---::
my 13-lt. ;.: Real Estate and Loans. ; :
■ "•' --":-- .-•■: ■:-:■■ -V
W HOUSE WITH, EIGHT. ROOMS, WITH'
modern, improvements,:; including s range
Latrobe, stationary, 'glass p»-psses'
central ; location.^ Possession may ;be" : had
immediately. Address J., care of Dispatch..
'■•'"' '--'--'-"-■ ■■■'■:.■ :'y-y - ■:• - : :- .:-. .- v : ., ;7 my 13-lt T:
> i FORREST, ■■■-;-■■■ -...;■
THIRD -PLOOR'AND^BASEMISNT • TO
gether,; Or; separate, ; at -No. - 4" west G'-ace
street. '-i Possession ■ May.. 23d: ;r .-v. my 13-lt*i>;
FORSREST'FOR;THE;SUIBIER^M'
a : house :
furnished, > near;s the; -University" of ".-Vir-:
ginia:--i V Climate 5-'; salubrious. ~ = Beautiful
mountain^ scenery- - - Address " B.; -; care of :
Postmaster.^University? of Virginia;' '- -
;- ;my.- 8-Tu,Th&Sun3t ; : :;:;-r";: ;:;-r"; : -■";.■/>'; 'i i>
- . .FOR. u ext,- : -v -;;-'-":'■ ■■■ '■''.■■■'\
SUIIiIER V.COTTAGEr: ■ TEN : POOM^
,f urnishedjgiii :Blu©;rliicge^Mountainsi^ti '
Chesapeake and 1 Ohio i depoLWery desira -• i
ble.-; .^si :
4-F,Sun&Tuts^^: Greenwood.^ Va;;;.:
-". ' ' ''. FORREXT.^ ~f ;;";rj : : ; .'; "j
f;iPOPE > SS^WAKEHOUSE."w TWEVTY-? 1
IfirstnandftMain^streets, .rone story -'v wo I
:square-;feet iotifloor; space. r; - . '■■'. - '.— :
-=; ; Kanawha; : Southern'
i railway" depots f ourj stories. ; ; One:- build
; ing J has J 31.C00 * square "; feet of Ifloor fspace'^
and^theiother^22,OOO.v;,= Suitable 'for^fae-;
; t ories;'. wholesale jhouses, *: or warehouse', a
Railroad %track%wlU::v,b(i"'; extended into-
Kanawha:-" Water; rower,; obtainable HTAu-1H TAu-1
\ to ; R; ; H."*: -MEADE. ; Room ? si. -:. Chamber iof ■
Commerce. . .. ' . -. - -ap 22-Sumt :• .*'
-Rent r: arore^Houses $ is 3 beeausdi you'; hav»s
; f ailed tto "list jy ours iwith 'us. -*Do 1 so"^at s
once, :andlsecure;tenants. .-:.:';:::-< -;V«
Iv'^^J^CHBWING: COMPANY ■ "-■ :
i^feist^^^;?--, „ :. Rental rAgents^a
1- myol3-lta . . ; - 6 'n-orthiTenth^street.^^
: - - . - ,
W&^^^^. **>*t
[Office.' . --^^
ik - Hi
■ -_ ' * -i **. r-a. <<^ 1.1 $£ iZZ ' ■
i ■=■ j .-;.'y*%'»l'- 1 . ; ' "■ '■■ ■■>.■■■■ .;,'»■■■ ■■ ■■■ ,■ ■ .... . „■■ _ :■>:■-.
i. .' •^PON.^l^^^
VA LUA ULvTiii EAT. . KSTATE •: IN" ,• THS^I
'•iTv. oF^incinioxD." va. " ,
for sa u-:jgg§ otg^;-? ";
btiiMi iloo^°h^f-.Chixmbei: /of ' Commerce
- >l . n * l \-?. t . r ee:-«,. Richmond. Va...on
.WEDNESDAY. MAY Zl. 1300. |
'g^o^Gi^iig^^gg
I^^ o^ 3B death-iwUh^air; tll»
-^^J^Ses.'djue^thereonratQ-wit: . i
ch^r^^^SreßtSt^gi^O'cer^aiiEiira
■e^3v^' :lo ?* s toreho * J seu and ;*lof*Xo.- ~:
Innn ; ;r?- n t f eet^ Payaole i in! equal = setel
ot £?%? a Y^ aSiS ' - on v^arch ' 21 3 V®2*6toM
;optS^SS^ rWh^ f^-^ -
cbnr^i SrOUml r «^-°f SJCO p.r r.i.aum "
2f a f S -f r d ion storehouse ana iotT Ke. ,^t ©•::
••nnn«'?i > nst FeeF cct '-sP-J'able in' equal 'semi- "
annual ■ instalments.": and t redeemable,^ or. I
a.b.-per.icent:-basis;idn~March?2i;-l^'2,- o:* s
at^penodrf ; of i ;nve;year3=.tlier«after;,at-thc: : "
option ot thf> lessee." - •
ow A , § ?°^ nd :. re "t-:9f : "?*i> .porlvuiniini; ;§
cnargeu; „on>a >lQt*;vwith.-:;Jmprovementi"
tnt?reon._o:i'.tbe..eastern."sideTofsEleve3iTi *
street ; ; between: Mainland :\Cary .^streets. - -
w ?"?£ '^eet^-lr; inches: 3anu\funniHK,:- r
oacK>iDs^feec 12 ' inched,'; payable iiri^eiiur 1 5;*-"
,quarter]y:-insta!menti<,::and*.sreaeomable.~?.:
on r a>t>-per cenr. ;bagi3,f6n"Jiily;3 ?1502 -ro-^ : =
at f penods of ;iive -years .;therearter;;atltfce---^
opuon-of th-;iessee. -- - --;." --. > . -■:■. ■■^: :^,
45 : ;^;5rcundrrent^olc;$7^i^^ftannujni - "
payabit; jn-golrt ;coin,~ in . quarteriv^in--^f
s^ta.ment.s. :: O v the Ist days-:6frJ;inuarySis
■fvP ">u - ulx '-~ ;and"vi October.^cbaTsed^uponspl
tne -Chamber.: of ;?Commerco";bulidinir;£ in "■"
: tne : ; city;; qf"*ichmqnd;^.Thls -grotin.t*renciS
; the optionvuf vtheviesso^un: ISOrrUn- <;-.rns
: f-».CoO,.andtin: like. sums ever>-- five -years "
! until, the -wnole 1 Is -^redeemed.
;v -•J-nesevsrourid .rents arefUrth&risecure&W
, P>";ample insurance=ppticies;on"-thQ4buiid- -
i rall: Pf^hich^areinew and "inifirst- '~
■ class
i iiTw=f tUrt 5 er particulars apply to- th-t "'
1 undersigned or s to the 'auctioneer.- who
j:tion. ; exhibit- agreements; land- sh6w"?th^t
i several-pieces or property" " - "" - S -
i 'nr^?. M-?JM -?Ju Ol J < -: :fol!rth c^h ; Vah"(Hthe;bai?fe
i a bh^r^ ieiS^?^ -months^for: ncsoti-^j;
■ m i£T- \\ cVe V "•^i vltI ? interest Z added.^-Tand^V
1 titles retained.'.: tmtiU:ail -the -Durchasp^ '- ;
imoney; shall,: berpaid:; or • alKbaah^or I *^
; large; ; proportioniin^cash at the'eiectlrtn*
of, the:purchaser;- -. ; >. JOHN"' DKVLOP
j arm bpecial Commissiont-r.
I The bond : required o£ tho -siwrhl com '
ifiSga^ tiic ab ° ye ?fe«?ss w$
'■■ " Charles o. s.vy illi;; - .''
By;A. L. Adamson' and , AT " Royall ~&i Co '
J "5;.: RearEstatV Auctioneers, ' "
I : ' 1" -Manchester, Va. -:; • ;. '
nOMMISSIONERS' *A'-U C T ION *
Jhree r Houses- and * Lots, li
N0 ™ &'& ' 16 } 0 ' ANT> ISIS HULL STREET--' 1
AND A VERY >-ALTJABLEiLOT^- -
HULL STREET^VcORNJBIt- Or-O r -' r-I
. ■fM\^T? 3f -^ E ?*??TH; STREET^ °" : .
■-.Pursuant vto- several rfecr^s ~of th«
Va 00^ of K Ule rJt^ ot Wanchaster ]
als.,! on tne. 9th; dav of October IS3I- and
the £ 2-! th day ;o£ JlaV^b. l»l offer -
is^l S o!f at - :p^^ lic ' auction, >n ' the f :p.r^§S
TUESDAY, MAY' 22..150-} J •"'-'*'
VV IT,,l T,,M TR .^ r - a) - HOUSE : AXD T.OT.'No. 1605
Hull street,- ironting -4*- feetr ; Thejhouae I
Hull street: fronting 2VI-2 feet.-Tho hbnse
Hull .street, fronting. 37 feef.:; Tha housa; ..
is. a -large; and.jattractive^dwellinsiv-with s*l
I outside kitchen, and"containsabout:flvo:or '
a^vT?^ 3 -. 00 That VERY- VALI7ABLK
it^t Tt L h7- : :frontln » -^ ;: feetionJHul«
[street * corner of Seventeenth
j'-'/Air.j '-'/Air. of j the above Irtts hr.ye a un-'forni
depthrpf. 110 feet; to an alley 10 ;feet r wit!e
uinere: are 1 no better lots in the r citv for
I business than those. ,■-■ :
■ TERMS: One third cash, ana tho bal
! ance .Infsix, :> twelve.^ eighteen, > and twenty- * -
I four months; deferred payments evidenced '■-■■,
I : by -^notes: bearing interest;;;tine" -retained -■
I ; by; the; courts till all tha purchase- money "
!is fully paid; ■ — •■••■. .- . -', .^.-,^ .*«£-»:-.
i T ' T. M. MILLER. */
1 '"-" "'- - ■ i ' '. . . ; Special ■■ ConiTnis.sloners. '"^5
I v A;. Royall -& Co. -and A.: L..Adarascn. ■"/.
i Tiie special commissioners have •■ cxi- ;
1 cuted; the j bonds -required iby'-th'eJcourtMn. -"
[ tho above-named suit;- accordinjf. to- ;law«'
l Giyen^under myi'hand, as-cferJc'"6f»thG
! said court. thisKlh day of June';iSo3.:'--" <r^"
' I. . -. - H. E. DU,V,» ( , Clerk.' iki
-myM2-Sat&Sun2t&:tSat,Sun&Tu3t ' •-'■ .'
': : -:\ .'■ ;•• ■"*-•*=• By Sutton& Co.. ;: •' .'^' £|
| - .Real; Estate r Auctioneers,
X corner of Tenth. and^Bank.-streets; ' .', *\
T|^RUSTEE'S AUCTIOXS^LC
OF A
iEirg^-Erame. Dweilliie:-'
- > "SfRRET.. IN:.THE PL AN OF \
o 'J!:.rtHifst^^^
*}*£.} uuaersigned r.trusUe, dated > July . &, ra
m-\ :an«l -recorded in ithe.: Clerk's Jof2c©!oC®
.Henrico ,■ .County^. Court; i in -Deed-Book U*>^
■ f-r Pase : 2>i; ; which-.w/is; given Itosedire^i
.tho, payment of ; a: certain sum iof iznonQyWl
thereinvymentioned; ; ana:-:defaulc>havi-"'-' *
;been-made-inEthe.;payment of^afportloS^
"iereof t fandxb>in^directert:;by]tbe?ben^#
nciary.i sot to :do."I j , shall < off er. for sale
;publlc : aucUon,i Upon;; the premises ion* \
;-^; -^ WEDNESDAipJaiATJI6/:lCC0. - * , ■
;uoned - above. :being ;- the; sa£& treal
conveyed^byjthe said;deedfof:trust. 1
.-■ The;- house-is Slarge,*: containing t en cr - ■
twelve rooms^besides ibath-roonv clo«ots I
and ipamry.-jThere Usjalso ; k sSrtk steb^#
and.othersoutbuildings on tnt^t^^^g
: lot^fronts^p^feet iOtt^Firat^ avenue^ an. 1 - -
..TERMS:- Cash? as •itoiexpenseflofiiSi^S
a v taxes * duo ito day sof i ssde3 and ? the srim W.
.instaimentssoflSS-10/itheisumTorja^M
in
I upon ; a- eredltTof i thlrt y.\ mdnths^aircrSll^
.payments; to^liteiMinterest^rroia^day^f^
sßlerrand-to'besocurcdvbyi^dee^rt^iS
on the property. ' "iJ"^S^
TTi VIRTUE OF^VBEED\OF
recorded glnf tnol CierSrs4" ffitHcoS btSl
iquestedsbyathft^eaefleiary^&olto^o^P
v Conrad : and 3 viU : to ; G. 0.-.ViWS«to -aa.i -
iofheeiof ahesafor«BiSld.rootirt^latr^.\^ii?^
P^ruary. ' ISC . -Deea-Book lS*l ' i"pSS?S^

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