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PLATFORM
Next One Will Be Nothing
Like Last Says Daniel,
?EED MUCH MORE MONEY
Volume Entirely, Too Small for Proper
Conduct of Business of the Country.
Shudders at Result if Gold Pro
? auction Should Decnsft?e.
The Tlmes-Dlgpatch Bureau,
No, 1417 G Street, N. W.,
Washington, D. C, April 8.
We should not select a candidato or
mako a platform In 1903 for tho cam?
paign of'ISM." said Senator Daniel .to?
day. ' O
"But I can say this," he added, with
great sl-rnUlcanoe, "the platform the
Democrats will adopt next year will
be rery difieren t from the ? one adopted
at Chicago In 1880, or at Kansas City in
1B00. It would be foolish to try conclu?
sion* on those Issues again, or with Mr.
Bryan as a loader. It has twlco been
demonstrated we cannot win in that
As suggestive of the character of the
next platform, tho following remark by
' Senator Daniel was highly interesting:
"One of the most widely known Re
l publicans In this country told me a few
days ago that there waa tho unanimous
opinion of Wall Streot that the volume
of money In this country wae not suffi?
cient to transact the country's business.
Some days ago ho said ho attended a
; meeting of the Board of Directors of tho
' Equitable Life Assurance Socloty. It
wae tho opinion ot every member of tho
board that we needed a greater volume
of money."
Senator Daniel then alludod to the fact
. the Republican mombers of the Senato
Finance Committee are now sitting for
the; purpose of framing a financial meas?
ure, one that will give us more money,
and said that Senator Aldrlch, the chair?
man, had told him that ho would( havo
three of the Democratic members sit
with , tho committee before Congress re?
convened. /
"1? cannot predict the nature of the
relief the Republicans will propose,"
. said Bonator Daniel. "It Is probable It
? ?prill bo a bill providing for more paper
money. I shudder to think of currency
'.? conditions If. after emitting nn onormoils
amount of paper circulating medium,
there should be a great falling off, in
the production of gold. Yet there Is no
reason to expect gold production to be
as groat always as It has beon during tho
. past six years. "
Senator Daniel only smiled when I
spoke to him concerning an attack re?
cently mado upon him by tho Roanoke
.Times for his allegad failure to defend
the- State of Virginia during the "suf?
frago debate" nt the lato extra session
of tho Senato'!
^?. "I,.have'not hoard of any such debato,"
jlurfsald.
As a matter of fact, tho speeches made
. by Senators McLaurin and Money, both
of Mississippi, on tho Indlnnola post?
onico case, were in no sonso a suffrago
debato, and thero was no reason why
Senntpr Dnnlol or any othor Senator
should havo defended tho constitution
of any Southern State. Tho Roanoko
Times seems to havo been laboring upder
a misapprehension.
IMPORTANT RULING.
,-? Tho Secretary of War has Issued a cir?
cular In which ho states that an enlist?
ment In the army docs not oporalo as a
discharge from tho organized mllltln, or
National Guard, and a membor of tho
.National Guard In his Stato who enlists
. in' ??? rogular army repudiates his en?
gagement in saia State troops, and by so
floing becomoa and romains liable to such
? penalties ns may bo nuthorized by tho
laws of the State in whoso military sor
,. vice ho has been enlisted. Tho circular
. directs that mon who presont themselves
for enlistment In tho army shall bo in?
terrogated as to acrvlco In tho Na'tional
;.' Guard, and in tho event that they have
? .served In such Stato troops they shall bo
required' to present satisfactory evidence
. that thoy have beon Honorably discharged
therefrom, or If unnblo to do so, enlist?
ment shall ho refused.
By direction of the Secretary of War
a class of gunnery specialists will bo
formed at tho artillery school at Fortress
Monroe, Va. Selections for tho class will
, bo mado by tho commandant of the ar?
tillery school from those candidates who
hnve passed ? successful examination,
and recommendations will be submitted
by him to the adjutant-general of tho
army In timo to permit a class to bo
ordered to report at tho school not later
than September 25th of each year. For
tho present the class will be limited to
twenty-one candidates. Tho school term
will begin October let of each year and
end on tho following May 81st, Tho
course of, Instruction will bo for eight
months, and no candidate will bo ordorod
to join a class undergoing instruction uftor
tho beginning of tho school term.
MAY USE ENVELOPES,
The Secretary of War recently nd
flressod tho Postmaster-Gonoral regard?
ing tho use of tho ofllclui envelopes by
the adjutant-genornls of States nnd Ter?
ritories in correspondence with the Wur
Department upon subjects relating to the
militia. Tho assistant attorney-general
for the Postonico Department, to whom
the communication wns referred, gave ?in
opinion that only officers of tho United
States aro entitled to use penalty envel?
opes on official business of tho United
Sttttee, except thut officers authorized to
uso such envelopes may enclose them with
return nddresrs to any porson or peinons
from or through whom ofllelnl Information
\ Is. desired,
A fourth rural free delivery route hft-8
beon established from Shelby, Cleveland
county, North Carolina, with one carrier.
The length of the route is twenty-one
miles, tho area covered eighteen square
miles, tho population served ?$, nnd tho
number of houses in tho route 112. The
pOBtOffice at Dnffer will bo discontinued,
and tho star route leading thereto. Mail
for this point should bu addressed to
Shelby.
A-marriage license wns Issued here to?
day to John \V. Beaver and Elizabeth
Row, both of Page county, to be married
by Rev. Donnld C. MoLeod.
VIRGINIANS PENSIONED,
Tbe following pensions have been grant?
ed to Virginians for tho week ending yes?
terday:
Daniel McOowan, Elizabeth City, JO;
? Joseph H. Hickock, Spilngwoorl, pi; Lo
'? vln Buxter, Elizabeth City. }12; Nancy
; Cormlck, Norfolk. ?S; minors of 1). J.
Reedy, Portsmouth, SIC: Inaao N. Swnrtz,
Broadway. (H; John L. Ellcson, Chatham,
J12; Leander Gilbert, Prydon, fl?; i\ 10.
, Ferebee, Portsmouth, Vi; Jackson Uakiir
' (Mexican War), Meadow Station, 112; Bo?
rah B, Eldredge. Richmond, }S; Thomas
?arley, Elizabeth City, ?10; William Cox,
Elizabeth City, *8; J? R- Copeland, dead
(Mexican War), West End, W; Ell?
' ul.eth A. Copeland (Mexican War),
i .Went Red. IS; Margaret A. Dun
I LIKE mORAW PICmeESiplf THE
fc'.rtwitii
????''?'??^ii^^
BaklixalPQWder
J??IV? MA MAKES,
TIFINE CAKES, PIES;
.WAFFLES/ BISCUIT!
?SHE ALWAYS US?S1
GO.OD
__ LUdK.I
w'?w?
?ing, Norfolk. $8? Mary E, An?
drews, Pulnekl. $12; Mlchaol Mullaly,
Elizabeth City. ?12.
North Carolina pensions are as follows:
Shady Long, Mulberry, $10s Jamos O.
(Payne, Allonstond, $8? John Stocker, Char?
lotte, $12| J. I. M. Btikoleathor, Hlx, $12?
E/ W, Ango, Jamosvlllo, JB! Wnrron Hill,
Dardens, W; Isloy Goodwin, Ascend, $12,
W. E. H.
MANY WERE KILLED
Village Destroyed By Eruption of An
Old Volcano.
<13y Associa ted Frees.)
NEW YORK, April 8.?The steamer Al?
leghany, which arrived to-day from West
Indian and Central American ports,
brought tidings of an eruption of tho old
volcano, Delmla Firma, in Colombia, near
Gala Zamblo, on March 22d. Tlio village
of Tlojo Was ' destroyed, and from sixty
to 100. persons -wore killed and wounded,
During the night of March 2-Jtli flames
from the volcano were soon by pnsalng
vessels at a distance of.sixty miles.
VIRGINIA BONDS
GET HOME AGAIN
After Long Visit to Washing?
ton They Bring Back $5.50.
Check Is Good.
The Virginia bonds, long held by the
United States and. on which tho national?
government did not get any Interest, but
let tho Intorest on tho money which It
owed Virginia cancoli It, camo back yes?
terday through tho malls, after tholr
long stay In1 Washington. But tho most
interesting arrival was the wnrrnnt on
the Treasury of the United Stntos for the
princely sum of $5,50 to bo pnld the
State of Virginia to bai anco tho account.
The warrant Is in this form: .
"United States of America,
"Treasury Department,
"Washington, April 4, 1803.
"Pay to tho Stute of Virginia thejsum
of $5.50.
"A, B. ARMSTRONG,'
"Assistant Secretary.
"R. J. TRACEWELL,
"Comptroller.
"C. M, FORD,
- "Chief Clorlt.
"J. F. MELINE,
"Assistant Treasurer."
It is not expected that tho chock will
come back marked "N. G."
This is tho settlement of a claim thnt
has boen hanging fire for many yenrs.
Sonatori Danio! inndo tho fjj'st move somo
yoars ago and recently Senator Mar?
tin took It up during tlio slcknoss of
Major Daniel. Rocontly Governor Mon?
tague and Judge Dew, second auditor,
'{lavo beon working very dlligontly to got
lie claims adjusted. Whon thoy hnd got?
ten the accounts straight they wont to
Washington to seo personally about tho
settlement. Their trip wns in every par?
ticular successful.
WILL RENDER THE
DRAMA ALABAMA
A? Four-Act Play at Richmond
College This Even?
ing.
Augustus Thomas' celebrated four-act
drama, "Alabama," will bo rondorod by
the Richmond Collego Dramatic Club this
ovoning In the college auditorium. Special
muelo nnd scenery havo been arranged Cor
this occasion, and tho performance prom?
ises to be tho most successful ono In
Uie history of the club. About half of
tho house Is already sold, and additional
seating capacily has beon ? rovldod to ac?
commodate the largo audience expected.
The curtain goes up at 8:30 o'clock.
Prosidont l?oatwright Is in Now York
city on important business for the col?
lege.
Mr. W. V. Thomas, ono of tho most
popular student s on the campus, luis boen
sick and conlinea to his room for several
days, .
Richmond Collogo base-ball team will
cross bats with l-ehlgh University next
Saturday and Monday afternoon at
Broad-Street Park. . Ubilo tho collogo
"Spiders" do not expoct to win, thoy will
mako I.cIiIhIi earn tlio vlctnrlos, for fow
teams can win nn ousy victory over tho
plucky young "Spiders."
Theso two i earns always attract a largo
crowd to Ilio park, and theso two games
will,- not be exceptions to tlio rule,
?.-?Jiff?
Positively cured foy these
I-tittle Pillo,
They also relieve Di:,ircs3 from Dysr*}/?.!-,
Indigestion and Too I iearly Eating,. A \*r
.cet remedy for Dizziness, ?.????? J)rcw??
r.r,s, Bad Table in tho ?lo_i?,Co&tc?T ??p^.:,
I'-in in th- Side,-.TORI'.'' ? LIVER. Tbey
Regolato the Bowel?, iJurcly Vegetable,
Small PHI. Small Dose.
Small Price.
SALE OF THE
Big PLANT
Continental Seems to Have
Bought Williams Company.
INDICATIONS ARE STRONG
Mr. Williams Returns, But Refuses to
Make Any Positive Statement. '
Purchaser May Be the
British-American.
Every Indication points to an ultlmnteN
confirmation of tho rumor current in
Richmond to tho effoct that t'ho T. C.
Williams. Tobacco Company, of this olty,
has passed Into tho hands of the Con?
tinental Tobaooo Company or one of the
allied concorns organically connected
with the Consolidated Tobacco Company
of America.
Mr, Williams returned to tho ''city yes?
terday from New York, but like his as?
sociato, Mr.' Robert S. Bosher, declines
to discuss tho situation in any of its
lights. Ho Btates vaguely thnt If tliero
is anything in tho report the public-will
probably lica'r something more of it In
a few days; If not nothing more will bo
heard, Such a remark, inado under sucli
circumstances Is taken to indicate inai
whether or not an end has beon roaohed,
negotiations aro certainly pending.
THE biutish-ambrican;
Tliero is a growing belief in I certain
quartors of the local market that tho
real purchasor of tho T. C. Williams
Company will be shown eventually to be
the Britisli-Aineriican Tobacco Company,
an organization recently formed as a
center fur the export business of tho
Consolidated Tob?ceo Company of Amer?
ica and tuo Importai Tobacco Company
of Great Britain. Mr. J, B. Duke, presi?
dent of tho Consolidated, Is likewise at
the bend of the British-American. j
Tho big Richmond plant is perhaps
chiefly valuable for Its great export busi?
ness. For. this reason it Is generally felt
that If It Is acquired by Mr. Duke it
will bo mado the basis for' tho business
of tho now Brltlsli-Amorlcan, at least
In plug nnd cut-plug tobacco. The Rey?
nolds factory, In North Carolina, Is the
headquarters for tho cigarotto and smok?
ing export trade, ft Would seem to fol?
low as a matter of courso that the groat
T. C, Williams Company would bo made
the foundation for tho plug trade. If
this proves true It may hold In store
groat things for tho Richmond market.
That the company has been purchased
by something, however, either the Brlt?
lsli-Amorlcan or the Continental, is a
thing now gonerally bolloved, It was
currently reported yesterday that the
firm Is beginning to tuko an inventory
of Its stock In band.
A fact regarded aa ot no Inconsldorablo
significance In this connection la that
for the first time in twenty-flvo or thirty
yoars tho company has failed to be rep?
resented on the Richmond breaks. Both
on Tuesday und on yesterday tho T. C.
Williams Company had no buyer on the
markot, On tho other linnd, tho Conti?
nental bad two buyers there, und, re
markable to state, they bid against each
othor, In this way keeping up the tono
of the market. ? v
HUMORS OF OTHBItS.
Some of tho warehousemen nre disposed
to tako a mtlier pessimistic view of tho
situation. Tho T. C. Williams Co, .was the
largest Independent buyer In sun-cured
on tho markot, and its removal from
tho breaks Is expected by some to have
a very demoralizing effect. Others, how?
ever, feol and probably fool rightly, that,
tho trust, oven If It/capture everything,
will be forced to keep prices up to a cer?
tain point olso tho fanners would stop
raising tobacco und nobody could stand
that, lonst of all tho Consolidated Tobacco
Company.
The bino feeling expressed by these
warehouseman Is but accentuated by ad?
ditional rumors to tho effoct that there
is strong likelihood of ono or two othor
purchases hero by tho big trust. It Is
a mnttor of common report on Shockoo
Slip that two certain largo Independent
firms will within tho noxt two months
follow tho direction tho T. C. Williams
Company.
????? MR. WIIjCOX SAYS.
The New York correspondent of Tho
Tlmes-Dlspatch secured from Mr. J. T.
??????, assistant socrotary ?? tho Amer?
ican Tobacco Compnny, a positivo denial
that his concorn contemplated tho pur
chaso of tho Williams plant, Whatever
tlio conviction organically, tho American
Tobacco Company and the Continental
nro operated as different concerns. Tho
denial by Air. WHeoK- Is taken to mean
just what It states?thnt tho American
Tobacco Compnny does not contemplato
a purchase of ilio sort. Ho can say no?
thing of tho Continental or the Brltsh
American, Tho denial by tho assistant
secretary Is as follows:
"I am complotoly at a loss to account
for the rumor that tho American Tobacco
Company contomplnted tho purohnso of
the property of the T. C. ??????at?? Com?
pany, Thoro are no negotiations pending,
nntl this Is positlvoly tho first I havo
heard of the matter. If Mr, T. C, "Wil?
liams, Jr., has neon In ilio city, ho has
certainly not called at tho oflices of our
company. You may dony absolutely and
upon my authority that any negotiations
for the purchase of tho Virginia com?
pany are ponding, or that such purchase
ha? even boon considered by us. ?\G? have
not .Uggogt-d mich a purohnso to tlio T,
C. Williams Company, nor havo Ihoy
conveyed to us any deslro to sell. Tiler
Is positively nothing In the report."
Photograph Miss Ley-land.
ill?? IjOiiIbo l-oylaml, ? membor of t'ho
elf,ins of the Academy Musical Comedy
Company, |?? to pose for n new postor lo
J..? liquid shortly by tlio Swlnoford Arse?
nic Utlilu W'ntor Company, of this city.
Tlio photograph is to ho taken to-day
by Komeior and Clark, of Uroad Streot,
and tint posters aro to ho made as noon
uh poesie by tlio American Lithograph
Company. '
IN ROME
Strikers Disperseti by Charg?
ing troops,
CITY LOOKS DESERTED
Street-Cars Escorted By Police and
Without Passengers, as People
Feared to Ride?Pilgrims Scat?
tered By Charge of Cavalry.
(By AmoclniHl Premi.)
ROME, April ?.?The aspect of Romo
waa completely ohangod early to-day. Tho
gny crowded olty of yesterday seemed
doad. No cabs passed through the strcotB,
and even the streot cars, which ran at
long intervals, wore escorted by police
and woro nlmost empty, as the peoplo
feared to ride lh them, on account of tho
threats of the strikers. Tho shops woro
open, but the shutters woro up, ns tho
proprietors Intended to bo ready for any
eventualities. ? Tho wholo city was oc?
cupied by . troops. Detachments of
cavalry woro posted' on tho squares and
special details of soldiers and police woro
stationed around tho Vatican so ns to
provent any attempt ngalnst tho Papal
pnliice.
Unimportant encounters between the
strikers and troops took pinco during tho
morning, tho . fornior wishing to hold
meetings, which; wero forbidden,
reach tho center:of the city, but tho
strikers were easily dispersed by cavnlry
charges. '
Five hundred French pilgrims arrived
hero to-dny and. hnd somo startling ex?
periences, The-; party arrived nt Clio
Garibaldi brldge'jUBt ns a detachment of
cavalry charged a mob,'nnd a scene of
lndescrlbnblo confusion ensued. With
scronms nnd shouts the pilgrims, in their
efforts to escape, wero scattered In all
directions,
About the middle of tho dny strikers
succeeded - in > gathering in threatening
numbers on the Corso Vittorio Emmnn
tielo, nlmost In the center of tho olty,
nnd detnehments of troops charged, flrod
three volleys and dispersed them. About
a dozen mon wero reported to have been
wounded. Many, strikers were arrested
during the day.-:
Tho Pop? wns much Interested in tho
rmrtleulnrs of the strike. He said: "It
is a sword with two edges." He also
expressed sorrow at tbe damage done to
tbe Interests of. the city and also bo
cause the strike-interferes with the re?
ligious ceremonies of Easter.
Richmonders in New York.
(Special to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.)
NEW YORK. April 8.-?. H> Drewry,
Marlborough; R. H. Keim, M. M. Mar?
tin, (Hoffman; F, iMcConnell, 13. B. Muri
ford and wife, Holland; W. C. 'Whltnor,
Herald Square; F. N. Thompson, St
Denis; T. J. Teaglo, R. E. Anderson, Ash?
land; L. W, Flzzlnl, Imporlal.
ROOSEVELT MAY
VIEW JAMESTOWN
Secretary Shepperd Says
President Will Be
Invited.
Mr. Gwynn T. Shepperd, secretary of
the Jamestown Exposition Company, Is in
:Rlchmond for a conference with Gen
oral Leo, the president of tho company.
In an interview with a Tlmes-Dlspatch
reporter at Murphy's Hotel last night,'
Mr. Shepperd expressed himself as well
satisfied with the outlook In the Sen?
ato. He thought the Senato fully rea?
lized tho Importance of the measure, nnd
would do nothing to Injure tho enter?
prise at this stage of the game.
"If you have noticed the editoriale
among your exchango list," ho said, "you
will noto that overy county paper, with
possibly ono exception,, aro urging tho
General Assembly to pass tho appropria
tlon bill.
"There Is a movement on foot now to
Invite President Roosevelt to visit Hamp?
ton iRooxJs whon ho goes to tho Univer?
sity of Virginia in June. If tho President
accepts. It Is proposed to take hlm on a
trip to Jamestown Island, so that he may
soo for himself the advantages this sec?
tion presents for holding this great cele?
bration,"
TENEMENT HOUSE FIRE
Three Persons Burned to Death and
Others Badly Injured.
(Ily Attsoolatod Preen.)
PHILADELPHIA, PA., April 8.?Threo
persons mot death In a Monroo Street
tenement house lire to-day, and two oth?
ers wero severely but not fatally burned,
Tho dead?,
YETTA BROWNSTEIN, thirty years of
age.
ROSIE BRCnVNSTEIN, ?god four years.
CELLA. BROWNSTEIN, aged four
years.
Injured: Anulo Brownstoln, agod forty
nlno yoars; Lazarus Brownstoln, ogod
sixty-six yours.
The flro wus caused by the overturning
of nn oil stovo In ope of tho rooms on
tho second floor, nocuplod by tlio family
of Morris Goldborg, Tho Brownstolns'
rooms wore on tho third floor, Escapo by
way of tho stairs was out off by tho
flames, which spread so rapidly that the
young woman and the two children, who
wore In a roar room, wero burned to
death, despite tho heroic efforts of tho
firemen to rescue them?
Annie and Lazarus Brownstoln, who
occupied tho front room, woro carried
down ladders to safety, but whon tho dro?
mon roturnerl for tlio others they found
tho room in which they woro imprisoned
a mass of fiamos. The throe victims luid
mnde their way to ono of the -windows,
where death overtook them,
Money Disappears,
Mystory" surrounds the disappearance
of ?25 from Swartz's saloon,. Broad nnd
Sovontuonth Streets, last Wednesday
night, and the detectives are now en?
gaged. In trying to nsoertaln who le guilty
of having taken It. There soern,? llttlo
doubt but that tho store wus entered
somo timo during tho night by menns of
a false Key, tho money taken and the
thief departing unobserved,
HUMORS COM ? TO THE SURFACE in
ihn spring as In nn other season. ? .Hoy
don't run themst-lves all off that, way,
however, but mostly remain In the system.
Hood's Sareaputilla removes them, wards
off (lunger, makes good health ?ure,
Easter Lilies. Azaleas and other Bloom?
ing Plants. Large Stock Fresh Fiants. I
W. A. HAMMOND, 107 East Broad. Ht, I
Established a Patiti, ? y Ago
For Spring
Weddings.
Our Engraved Wedding
Invitations and An*
nouneements are ex?ell
ed by none. This is
fully demonstrated by
comparison.
^"Estimates and samples submitted
upon application. ?
GALT & BRO.,
Jeweler?, Silversmiths and Stationers,
11?7 Pennsylvania Avon no,
Washington, D. G. ;
Office of Lawrence.P. Pool,
Commissioner In Clutnccry of the
Circuit Court of Chesterfield,
003 Hull Stroot.
Manchester, Vn., April 0, 1903.
? ? THE CIRCUIT COURT OF CHES-,
* TERF1ELD COUNTY, VA.
R? A. Justin, Administrator of Andrew J.
Eastman,
VS!
Allen S, Enstman and others.
To nil partios In tho above suit, nnd cspo
clnlly.terodltors of Andrew J. Enstman,
decensed:
TAKE NOTICE?That In pursuance of
a decree of reference entered in said suit on
February 21, 1903, and referred to mo as
ono of the1 Commissioners In Chancery of
the said court, I have flxod on TUESDAY,
May 5, 1003. at 10 o'clock A. M.i nt my
office, corner Ninth nnd Hull Streets,
Mnnchester, Vn;, us the ? timo and placo
for executing tho enquiries nnd matters
of snld decreo, especially? ? ? ? ? An
account of tho debts and demands ouH
standing against the said A. J. EASTMAN
or his estate, with tho priorities among
thorn, and the nnitnes of tho persons, to
whom Uioy aro due ?'?* * *
At which timo nnd pinco us mentioned
nil partios - and those Interested muy at?
tend as thoy may desire.
LAWRENCE P. POOD,
Commissioner In Chancery, Circuit Court
of Chesterfield. Api 9-Tblt
EQUTTY COURT OF THE CITY OF
RICHMOND. THE S1ST DAY OF
MARCH. 1003:
.Tnm?s W. Johnson.,..1.Plnlntlff,
' agnlnst . '
Bettle Johnson..Dofondant.
IN CHANCERY.
Tho object of this suit is to obtain a
divorce a vinculo matritnonll by tho plain?
tiff from tho defendant.
And an affidavit having been mado
nnd filed thnt the defendant. Bettln
Johnson, is hot a resident of l.ho Stato
of Virginia, it Is ordered that she do ap?
pear hero within fifteen days after tho
due publication hereof, and do what Is
necessary to protect her interest herein.
A copy?Teste:
P. P. WINSTON, Clerk.
Giles B. Jackson, p. q,
TO BETTIE JOHNSON:
Take notice that I shall on the'18th dny
of MAY, 1903, nt the office of Giles B.
Jackson. No. 812 Enst Brond Streot, In
the city of Richmond. Vn.. between tho
hours of 9, A. M. and 0 P. M. on Hint
day. proceed to tako the depositions of
Mary W, Jordon and others to be read
In evidence In my behalf In a-.cortaln suit
In equity depending In the Daw and
Equity Court for tho city of Richmond,
wherein you aro the defendant and I am
tho plaintiff, and If from nny cause the
taking of tho said depositions' bo not
commenced on that day, or If commenced
bo not concluded on that day, the taking
of tho same will bo adjourned and con?
tinued from day to day, or from time to
timo, nt the snmo pince and between tho
same hours until tho snmo shall bo com?
pleted. Respectfully yours.'
, JAMES XV. JOHNSON,
By Counsol.
Giles B. Jackson, p, q. _
"REAL ESTATE.
GOAL AND TIMBER LANDS
WANTED, -
WE DESIRE TO COMMUNICATE
with parties owning or having for sale
COAL AND TIMBER LANDS In Vir?
ginia and West Virginia. Address
INVESTOR,
P. O. Box 34, Newport Nowfc, Va.
Farms, Mills, &c, For Sale,
GEO. E. CBAWFOBD & CO.,
Catalogno Freo. 803 E. Main St
FOR SALE.
LOOK! LOOK!, LOOK!
Offer Extraordinary for Secur?
ing Home Site in the Great West
End; $20 Cash, Balance at Conve?
nience.
Lots on West Broad, Summit
and High Point Streets, Scott's
Addition. ^
Tho Worklngman's Land and Improve?
ment Company having resolved to close
out. Its operations, has placed In our.
hands for salo FIFTEEN BEAUTIFUL
BUILDING LOTS on Broad Stroot near
the HermltnKo Qolf Links. Wo will sell
thoso beautiful Lots for a nomlnal.pash
payment and on terms of credit ns to
residue to suit purchasor, This property
is located in ?the ever-incroaslnfr West
End, within a few yards of tho car lino
and on the prettiest carriage road leading
into tho city.
Call to soo 11s at once, as wo aro au
thorfrod to sell this property at extremo
low figures.
POLLARD & BAGBy,
Nos. G and 7 North Eleventh Street.
FOR RENT,
pORRENT, ~-~~-~~- ?
NO. 100% EAST CLAY STREET; VERY
desirably located Brick Dwelling; all
modern improvements: rent reasonable.
C. L. & H. L. DENOOJM,
' _821 Mnln Street. ,
pOR RENT.
A FURNISHED WEST FRANICLIN
STR1DET PLAT of seven rooms from
Juno 1st until October 1st on reasonable
tonns. Apply to
N. W. BO WE,
No. ? Eleventh Street.
IM PORT ANT~C HANG ES~IIM~SCH?
DULE R? F..& P. R. R.
SOUTHWARD.
Train No, 87, Atlantlo Coast Lino, New
York and Florida Special, will bo discon?
tinued for the season, last train arriving
Byr.d-Sreot Station, Richmond, 11:10 P. M.
Wcdnosdiiy, April 8th.
Train No. 67, Seaboard Express, will
he discontinued, lost train1 arriving Main
Streot Station, Richmond, 12:25 A, M. Sun?
day, April 18 th.
Train No. 81, arriving Main-Street Sta?
tion 10:25 P. M? will be annulled, April
Oth, 10th and 11th.
Commencing Sunday, April 12th, through
coaches will bo placed In sorvlco on Train
No. 31, arriving Main-Street Station 10:25
?, M., dally.
NORTHWARD.
Train No. 38, Atlantlo Coast Lino, New
York and Florida Special, will be discon?
tinued for the season, last train leaving
liyrd-Stroot Station, Richmond, 0:5-1 A. M,
Snturduy, April 11th.
Train No. 60, Seaboard Express, will bo
dlsooiitlnued, lust train leaving Main
Streot Station 0:15 A. M, Saturday, April
Ulli.
Commencing Sunday, April 12th. through
couche?; will bo plnced In sorvico on train
No. 31, leaving Muin-Stroet Station, Rich?
mond, 0:?5 ?. ?i., dally.
W. P. TAYLOR,
Trafilo Manager.
AUCTION SALtS-FUTUR? DAYS, i
By
100
CHURCH HILL
LOTS
THOMPSON BROWN
To the
Highest tildder.
Oftkwooil Av. oil 'f rftd
tlon lille on promises,
Thurs.,Apf.9?
& CO.
6 V, ti,
3 SUBURBAN
TRACTS
Non-resident riompany eloiilnir out. LAST CHANCE to buy from Ilrst
hands; Provlous purchasers HAVE RESOLD at DOUBLE PliqFlTf?l
othors havo built. CHEAPEST SPECULATIVE property and ' BEST
HOME SITES for thir money! GOOD NEIGHBORS! many Improvements.
RAPID .TRANSIT] EASY TERMS! GET PLAT and HANDBILL for par'
tlculnrs,'showing LOTS SOLD And Improved. ? ,.,.?'?/? rtl-"'>?.,
BROWN & CO,, Auctioneer?, 1118 Main Stroot,
Geo. W. Mayo, Atictlonoer. .
Horse and Wt??ioN, ?????a???
TORS, SHOW-CASKS, GIIOCERIES,
FIXTURES, ETC., AT. AUCTION.
I will ?ell by direction of tho owner at
No. 421 South Pino nt 10:00 AM. ,
FRIDAY. APRIL 10, 1003, ,
1 Horse, Wngon. IlitrnosB, 2 Largo Ico
?????, Counters. Shelving, Scales, and
a nice lino of Groceries, embracing Cnnncd
floods, ?picos, Vinegar, Pnckugo and
GlnsB Goods. ? ,i.
A. It. MAYO, Proprietor.
Goo,- H, Vnlontlnc. Salesman.
Api 0,10 / (
A
,N By J. D. Cameni ? Son,
Real Estate Auctioneers.
UCTION SALE
OP
A DELIGHTFUL
Suburban Residence
On Chestnut Hill,
No. 105 Fourth Avenue.
By request of tho owner, wo will, on ?
TUESDAY, APRIL 14, 1003,
.it 5 o'clock P. M.; on the promises, .offer
for salo at public auction that good and
? convenient 'pETAOHF.D DWELLING
(FIRST STORY BRICK), comparatively
new. with about eight rooms and nil con?
veniences, such ns hot and cold water,
etc. Tho lot has a frontage of 45 feet by
about IM foot to an alley,
For every reason (.his Is one of the best
local I ties on Chestnut. Hill la- which to
dwell, ns It Is nenr the city arid electric
car, and nil flrst-class nelg-hbors. Tho
water cannot be excelled.
TERMS? $230 cash, and balance ori long
timo, which will be announced ut sale.
I Api 0-5t ?
By N. W; Bowo.
Ron! Estate Auctioneer.
TRUSTEES' AUCTION SALE
i OF THE
MARSHALL COTTON MILLS,
IN MANCHESTER. OPPOSITE RICH?
MOND, VA.
By virtue of a certain deed of trust,
dated December 30, lfOfl, to the undersigned
trustees, recorded In Manchester Hustings
Court In Deed-Book, volume 21, pngo ft),
and In compllnnco of a decree of*, the
Law and Equity Court of. ihe city of Rich?
mond, entered March 22. 1901. In the suit
ot "Noltlng's executrix vs. MnrshnU
Manufacturing Company, et als," wo will
sell by nubile auction, on tho premises, on
MONDAY, APRIL 20, )?03.
atl o'clock P. M., the VALUABLE PROP?
ERTY above referred to, commonly
known ns "Mars.hnll Cotton Mills." Tho
buildings, finite large nnd substantial In
character and eminently well suited for
manufacturing purposes, are situated on
perpetually leased ground, tho water
power being furnished by the lessor at
the rate of about HO per horso-power per
annum, with tho privilege of working day
and night. The mills nro also convenient
to shipping facilities by rail as well as
by. water.
With- the buildings will be sold the
wntor-wheels nnd main lino of shafting.?
TERMS?Cash, or as may be, other-,
wise announced nt the time of sale.
E. C. MASSIE.
A. W. PATTERSON, '
Api 9-tds Trustees.
AUCTION SALES?THIS DAY.
By Chas. A. Rose,"
Real Estate Auctioneers
rOMMlSSIONERS' SALE
V_ OF
VACANT LOT
FRONTING 31 FEET BY 70 FEET DEEP.
ON THE SOUTHERN LINE OF.'
CABBDL STREET BETWEEN
TYLER AND HICKORY'
STREETS.
In execution of decree1 ontoredln the
Law and Equity Court of Richmond. Vn.,
In causo of Allen vs. Allen, dated March
18. 19(8, tho undersigned Special Commis?
sioners will sell on tho promises
THURSDAY, THE 9TH. AT 6 P. M,,
the above described lot, which is well lo?
cated for building purposes.
TERMS-Cash.' .
DAVID MEADE WHITE,
W, D. GAY.
Special Commissioners.
Tho bond rorpilrod of tho Special Com?
missioners by the above decreo -has been
duly given.
P, P, WINSTON.,
Api 8-2t Clerk.
Goo. W. Mayo, Auctioneer,
1205 East Main Street.
? RON BEDS, LACE CURTAINS,
* 8HOW-CASE. SADDLE. HARNESS,
RUGS, CARPETS. FINE FURNITURE,
ETC., AT AUCTION,
I will sell at my auction-house nt 10:30
A. M.
THURSDAY, APRIL 9;' 1903.
4 Rustic Tubs, Show-Cnse. 4 Iron Beds,
8 Parlor Clocks. Fino I?ico Curtains, Sad?
dle, Harness, Chamber nnd Parlor Stilts.
2 Ladles' Bicycles. Wardrobes. Sideboards,
Buteaus, Washstands, Bedsteads, Springs,
Mattresses, Refrigera tor, Chairs, Rockers,
Conches. Tobies. 20 Rugs, S very Fine Car
pots, Stoves, Crockery, otc,
A. R. MAYO. Proprietor,
Goo. H. Valentino, Salesman,
MEETINGS.
^?L A STATED COMMUNICATION
XX of METROPOLITAN LODGE. NO.
/?^ 11, A. F. & A. MASONS, will ho
hold at the ?Masonic Tempio THIS (Thurs?
day) EVENING, April 9th, at 7 o'clock..
Mostor Masons In good standing are In?
vited to-attorni, Election of Junior Dea?
con,
By order of tho W. M.
. S. B. JACOBS, Secretary.
Richmond. Vn,, March 24, 1903.
THE REGULAR ANNUAL MEETING
of tho. Stockholders of THE ALBE
MARLE PAPER MANUFACTURING
COMPANY will bo held at tho offleo of
Mosers. Williams, Bryan & Williams,
First ? National Bank Building, Rich?
mond, Vn., on THURSDAY, April ?,
1903, at 12 o'clock M.
CHARLES M. BOSWELL.
Sec-rotary and Treusuror,,
Atlantlo Coast Lin. Railroad Company,
Office of the Secretary.
NOTICE IS HEliEBY GIVEN THAT A
general or special meeting of the Stock?
holders of the ATLANTIC COAST LINE
ItAlimuAD COMPANY has been callod
by the Board of Directors to be held at
the office of tho Company In tho City ol
Richmond, Virginia, at 11 o'clock A. M.,
on TUESDAY; THE 21ST DAY' OF
APRIL. A. D,. 1003. for the purpose of
considering and acting,? upon the pur?
chase of the railroads ftnd other proper
tv. rights, privileges and frapnlilses of
the Florida Southern Railroad Company,
and also for the purpose of considering
and noting upon tlio purchase of tho
railroads and other property, rights, .priv?
ileges and franchises of the San ford and
St. Petersburg Railroad Company, both
corporations creatoci and existing under
the laws of tho Stnte of Florida, which
will bo submitted for their approvai.
?. L. BORDEN,
I Secretary,
Mutuel Assurance Eoclotv of Virginia,
Rlohmond, Va., March 26, 100??
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
the annunl meeting of the members Of
this Society will be hold at the office
of the Society, In Richmond, Va., MON?
DAY, tho 20th day of April. 1003.
! "'?WIN A. PALMER,
Principal Asent? ,
By N, w. ?owe, .
Real Estate Auctioneer.
TRUBTEB1 S AUCTION SALE
- OF THE
FARM OF 250! ACRES
KNOWN ,A8 "SWEENEY'S," ADJOIN?
ING CURL'S NECK PLANTATION,
IN IIENR1CO COUNTY.
In pursuance of a deed of trust from
Martha F. Smith to tho undersigned,
dated May 20, ISSO, of record In D. B. 101,
pago 463, Henrlco County vclerk's office,
and by authority of. a dacron of the
Chancory Court of the City of Richmond,
ontorod Mardi G, 1903, In tho^sult o?'
Cox, Administrator, &c, vs. Cot, Exe?
cutor, &c, being? required to do bo by
said decree, I will sell at public auction,'
In front of Henrlco County Courthouse,
nt 12 o'clock M,, on
MONDAY. APRIL 13, 1903,
thnt being tho firm day of the April
term of tho County Court, that well
known farm or trnct of land In tho lower
end of Henrlco county, nbout 12 mile*
below Richmond, called "SWEENEY'S,",,
nnd containing 2?0W acres, more or lese,
situated on the Charles City Road, ad?
joining the Curl'B Neck Plantation, now,
owned bv-Mr.C. H. Senff.
? TERMS?Tho doed requires cash as to
tho debt secured and costs of sale, but
by consent of -the parties Interested the
purchaser will bo permitted to pay one
third of the purchase. price In cash and
give negotiable notes, with Intorest add?
ed, at ?, 12 and 18 months, for the reel
due, secured by a doed of trust on the
property; or all cash, as preferred,
> A. R. COURTNEY,
Ap|2-tda Trustee.
By N, W, Bowe,
Real Estate Auctioneer.
TRUSTEE'S SALE
OF
1C0 ACRES iOF LAND ABOUT 10 MILES
NORTHWEST OF RICHMOND,
BY AUCTION. ?
In execution of a doed of trust dated
February 22, 1893, and recorded In Henrlco
County Court on the 17th day of Feb?
ruary.: 1903. I will soli by auction, In front
of Henrlco County Courthouse, on
MONDAY, APRIL 13. 1903,
that being court day, at ?12;30 io'clock P.
M., that certain tract or parcel of land
above referred to, bounded by tho lands
of Miss Molilo F. Winston. ?, A. Cary,
Shennnrd'e heirs and others. r
TERMS-Cash.sufficient to pay the costs
of snlc and taxes on the lnnd for the past
ten years, and to discharge the balance
duo for purchase money, amounting to
?200, wlthi interest thoreon from Decem?
ber 2, 1900, nnd tho residue to be paid nt
such timo and secured In such manner
ns the grantor or his assigns shnll pre?
scribe and direct, but should no such
direction be given then .tho residuo is to
be on a credit of ono year, for note with
Interest ndded nnd secured by a trust deed
on tho property. ?
N. W. BOWE,
Api 8-tds Trustee.
By Pollard & Bngby.
Real Estnto Auctioneers.
rOMMISSIONER'S AUCTION SALE
V-<-? ;..;,.; OF'
VALUABLE PROPERTY ON LITTLE
PAGE STREET. ?????? HILL;
COTTA OF, DWELLING AND
VERY LAROR LOT.
KNOWN AS KORTE PLACE. ?
In execution of a decree of the Circuit
Court of -Henrlco, entered...on April 3?
1903. In the suit of Joseph Korte, who
sues, vs. Mary Korte et als., I will sell
by auction on the premises, on
FRIDAY. APRIL 10, 1903,
at 6 o'clock P. M., tho above-mentioned
property. The dwelling Is a good double
two-story cottage of five or six rooms.
There are several outbuildings on fno.lot
of considerable value. The lot has a large
frontage on Llttlopago Street and Is very
deep. A plot of the property can bo seen'
at the offlfce of tho auctioneers.
TERMS?One-third cash, residuo at 91
and 12 months, credit payments to boar
interest *and be evidenced by , negotiablo
notes; title retained until the whole of1,
the purchase monev Is paid.
CONWAY R. SANDS,
Special Commissioner.
I. John E. Bronddus, clerk of the saldi
court, do certify that the bond required
of the Special Commissioner by tho de?
cree rendered In seid cause on tho 3d)
day of April, 1903. hns been duly glvon.
JOHN E. BROADDL'S.
Apl5-tds Clerk.
- 4
By Real Estato Trust Company,
Real Estate Auctioneers.
COMMISSIONER'S SALE
SO .
That Well-Located Dwelling No. 115, on
Second Street between Gary and Canal
Streets; also a Bri elf Store No. 825. with
Dwelling Above, on the Southeast Comer
of''-Third and Bnker'Streets, and Two
Frame Tenements on Baker Street In rear ;
of the Brick Store.
By virtue of a decree of the Chancery
Court of the city of Richmond, entered
March 11.1903, in the suit of A. C. Her?
man. Substituted Trasteo, vs. Casper
Emllo Wendllngcr and others, I will as
Special Commissioner, sell by publlo auc?
tion, on the premises, on
FRIDAY. APRIL 10. 1003.
the real estnte above mentioned, in the
following order: Commencing at 4:30 P.
M. with tho Brick Dwelling No. 115 South
Second Street. The lot fronts 30 foot and
runs back 111 feot 7 Inches to nn nlley.
2d. Say at 5:30 P. ?.? the Brick Stora
and Dwelling nbovo, No. 825 North Third
Street, together .with the two Frnmo Tene?
ments in rear. The lot fronts 20 foot nnd
runs back 122 feot to a 16-foot alley.
The location of this proporty should at?
tract Investors. , ? .
TERMS-Ono-thlrd, ensh, apd' the bnl
nnce nt 6, 12 and 18 months for negotiable
notes, with intorest ndded, nnd title re?
tained. ?. C. IIARMAN.
Speclnl Commissioner.
The bond required of tho Speclnl Com?
missioner by the nbovo decree has been
duly given.
CHAS. Q. SAVILLE.
Api fi-tds Clork,
-,1. . . . - "?" - '
By Jamos It, Cronsbnw,
Real Estato Auctioneer, '?'>
1013 E. Mnln Stroet.
(Postponed from March 30, 1903, to date
below on account of rnln.)
TRUSTEE'S SALE '
1 OF A
DESIRABLE SUBURBAN RESIDENCE
ON BROOK TURNPIKE WITH
1?V4 ACRES OF LAND.
By virtue of. a certain deed, of trust
dated the 13th day of February, 1890. and
recordod In the clerk's office of Hunr'ep
Countv Court In D. B. 129 "A." pugo 390,
default having been made In tho payment
of a part of the debt soourod thereby?
and being required so to do by the bene?
ficiary therein, I will sell, by publlo auc?
tion, on the premises, on
SATURDAY, APRIL 11, 1903,
nt 4 o'clock P. M.. the property described
In said trust deed, ae that piece or pnr?
eel of land, with tho Improvements thoro
on, lying and being In Henrlco county,
Va., containing fiftoon and opo-hnlf (15'??)
acres, more or less, fronting on the wost
side of Brook Turnpike, throe-fourths ot
a mile from tho city of Richmond: im?
provements consist of a Stuccoed Brink
Dwelling of nine rooms nnd other bulld
Ingsi formerly the residence of John B.
Crenshaw, deceased. I will sell said land
to pay the following charges:
TERMS?Cash sufficient to pay expenses
of executing this trust, all unpaid taxes
to day of sole, and to pay $3.000 (balance
due on the last note for 13,540) and inter?
est on said $8,000 from Februury 10, 1902;
the residue at one a.-id two years, to be
evidenced by negotiable notes, with Inter?
est added and secured by trust deed on
said proporty.
? , ,r ~w- ?- IHCKS, Trustes,
By James IL Crenshaw, Auctioneer.
Mai-31-tih?

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