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Cremo is a cifrar of invariable goodness that its sold in every town and at the one price of 5 cents
eoe that sells it for less does so with the endeavor to reflect on Cremo quality at thc cost of
The Largest Selling Brand of Cigars in the World.
Tlio Band ia the Smoker's Protection.
The Event Is Now Set for To-,
JUDGE GRINNAN WINNER
Withdraws His Order After the Gov?
ernment Agreed that the Creditors
Shall Own the Vessel Until the?
Matter is Legally Settled
Thc Galveston Is now In tho possession
of the United States, and will be launch?
ed to-morrow afternoon at S:?0 o'clock.
The outcome of tbe matter Is a complete
victory for Judge Daniel Grlnnan, of the
Chancery Court, of this city, over Secre?
tary of the Naify Moody and Attorney
General Knox, both of whom favored
sending armed force here to seize the
vessel; being held by the Chancery Court.
In the face of the wishes of Secretary
Moody nnd of the written opinion of the
learned Attorney-General, Judge Grlnnan
stood Arm. Tho President arid the Cabi?
net stood with him and the Attorney
Ciyrieral was required to draw up and
cause Judge L. L. Lewis, tho United
States District Attorney for the Eastern
District of Virginia, to f'.le a "stipula?
tion" or Indemnifying bond, which guar?
antees to the creditors of the William R.
Trlgg Company, payment pi all claims
which hereafter may bo estiraIsheel, just
as If the Galveston remained In tlio pos?
session of the Trlgg Company. Because of
this stipulation, filed yesterday morning
In thc Chancery Court of Richmond,
Judge Grinnan at once Issued an order
directing Receiver Lilburn T. Myers to
turn the Galveston over to the United
States ofilcers here and take ? receipt
therefor. This was dono at once nnd by
noon Messrs. William G. Groesbeck and
Emll Thels, as representatives of the
gewernment, were In possession of the
cruiser, and work preparatory to the
launching; had been resumed.
The papers filed hy Judge Lewis are
voluminous, as It Includes the. corres?
pondence authorizing the stipulation and
the record of the board which estimated
thc value of the work done on the Gal?
veston. as well as tho preamble' of the
stipulation^, --which, is Itself quite long.
The esst?nce..of? tlie papers Is quoted here:
"The condition of this stipulation and
undertaking? is that If a final judgment
Is hereafter given and awarded in tho
court of la-st resort, to which the Secre?
tary of the Treasury may deem it proper
to cnuse such proceedings, by which said
property is at present held, to bo carried,
affirming- the claim or claims for securi?
ty or satisfaction, for whlen such pro?
ceedings have been Instituted, and the
right of any person eir persons, firms
or corporations asserting the .samo
to enforce against said prop?
erly by means nf such proceedings,
notwithstanding the claims of die United
States thereto, such final judgment shall
be deemed to all intents and purposes as
a full and final determination of the
rights of such person or persons, firms in?
corporations, as against the United States
to such rights as ho or they would have
had lif case the possession of such proper?
ty had not been changed. ??:?.*'?*
Provided that the amount to be so al?
lowed allei paid shall not exceed tho
value of the interest Of tho United States
In and to the property In question at tlio
time when such property Is released. ?
The filing of this Indemnifying bond
has the effect to protect fully tin? claim?
ants against tin? Trlgg Company, and
.Indue Grlnnan without hesitation is?
sued an order dissolving the Injunction
of tho iMh Instant and directing Receiver
Myers to deliver the cruiser to iho ???
eriimcnt representatives and telte their
receipt for it.
Tho order of the Judge Is given here?
"In the Chancery Court of ihe city of
"S, 11. Hawes & Company
William R. Trlgg Company and als,
"This day appeared in open court L L.
i.<iwjs. District Attorney t)f the t nited
Slates for the Eastern Districi of Vir?
ginia, and filed a stipulation in writing In
conformity with section 3753 and 3761 of
the Revised Statutes ot tin? United Sta*e3
for ti? discharge of certain property of
the court, to wit: The uuiinlslied cruiser
Oalveiton and certain materials applica?
ble thereto, which property Is fully ,iU
Hcrlbed In exhibit l?. attached to said
stipulation ? ? ? pert thereof; ilio K?me
being claimed to i?; tbe property of the
United Stan?.-, and In which ttn-y have
or claim an interest. Upon consideration
whereof, it Is hereby ordered that the
receiver ?? this cause, J.ilhurn T. Myers,
to forthwith gurrender possession pf ?aid
property, described ?is aforesaid, to Ihe
United States, or their atflnorl?ed agents,
and that the same bo absolutely dis?
charged from the custody and control of
thin court and its receiver, the s.ai<l re?
ceiver to take receipts fr?an the agent, or
agents, of the United Slates, to whom
Ihn said properly may be by lilai deliv
eied, and return copies of said receipts
to the coon with his next report m thin
"And. it is further ordered, that the
Injunction awarded in this cause on ?he
'18th day of June, ???, restraining and
enjoining William <}. Groebeck. Knnl
Theiss and William H. Moody. .Ir., and
each of them, their agents, attorneys or
employes, and all other persons, noni in
any manner Interfering with or taking
possession of any of the property, and
especially the cruiser Galveston and Ihe
dredge Benquard, under the control, oi In
the possession of the said receiver, and
the same hereby is dissolved, so far as the
properly In the above mentioned 'exhibit
U' is concerned.
"The clerk of this court Is herel/y re?
jected to Ole the jitonesaid 8tlpy'?tlofa aud
accompanying; exhibits in the iron safe In
his- office for safe keeping among: the
valuable papers of the court,, executing
the usual receipt therefor."
NAVY DEPARTMENT NOTIFIED.
WASHINGTON. D. C, June 22.?ine
Navy Department lias been Informed of
the re'f.ase of the Galveston. and steps
will be taken for the launching of thc
vessel as soon as possible.
The creditors of the Trlgg Company con?
tended that, tho government woultl be
put to additional expense completing: tho
Galveston at Norfolk. The government
will in this e\-cnt call on the bondsmen
of the TrlRg Company to pay am- excess
of cost over the limit fixed by Congress.
Wired Miss Sealy.
Immediately upon receiving control of
the vessel Messrs. Groesbeck, assistant
constructor of the navy, and Lieutenant
Ihelss, also of the navy, fixed the date
of the launching for to-morrow afternoon
at 3:30, and began preparations therefor.
First of all, a telegram ivas sent to New
*iork to Miss Ella Sealy, sponsor, of Gal?
veston, Tex., now stopping In New fork,
telling her of tho date determined upon
and asking if it was agreeable to her. To
this she wired in the nfllrmatlvo. and so
the launching will nt last occur, with no
flag on her floating more proudlv than
the pennant of a certain Stato co"urt.
t ?ft t/ie Tjtheatres.
With tho sparkle and glitter of bright
specialties and all the rattle and dash that
is the prerecjulsite of a' performer of a
good farce, the. Bijou Musical Comedy
Company scored another triumph at tho
Broad-Street Theatre last night.
The company has done nothing quite
so brilliant as the finale of tho second
act. "Susie, My Susie," brings out the
full strength of tho company, and is
one the best figures that the organiza?
tions has yet danced."
"The House That Jack Built" is a
Broadhurst farce. The laughter ' mens?
uro of a farce Is said to rest chiefly on
the seriousness of tlio Idea that underlies
it-, and this particular play lias house
decoration as a tlv;.me. The plot is rather
mor? conspicuous than is usunl In farce
comedies, and It Is developed through a
muzo of cleverness and whimsicality that
is always diverting.
Otis Harlan scores heavily as William
Slabb, a paper hanger. With the ex?
ception of tho "Black Sheep," ho lias
done nothing quite so well, and ho cer?
tainly has not met with quite such an
enthusiastic reception as he did last
Little Chip rises to the height of Percy
Huntington, madly In luvo with a rather
cranky maiden, who gets mixed up In an
nlurming ease of mistaken identity, and
ho manages to keep tho house In a con?
tinual roar of laughter while ho Is on
the stnge. Every member of the com?
pany does good work, and it is one of
the chief glories of this piece that all
are much in evidence.
Eight specialties aro woven Into the fa?
bric [of thu play, and all aro more or less
spectacular. The Bijou maidens are kept
busy changing their costumes and they
serve to add to thc delight of tho picco
which lias always been counted strong
enough to stand alone. As presented by
tbe Bijou Company it is an unequivocal
delight. There i.s not a dull moment
from' start to finish, and a brighter or
livelier entertainment could hardly be
The Dalton Stock Company, which is
to play a summer engagement of several
weeks at the. Academy, will arrive hero
to-day and will open on Thursday night
In a sumptuous revival of East Lyniic."
The company i? made up of actors or
established roputation, most of them well
known In this city In connection with
productions mad? hen? during tho regu?
lar season. The? company comes with the
lilghost recommendation In th? form of
criticai comment, hoth as to Its person?
nel and the ntt ractlvenesss of its produc?
tions. 111'. Dalton gives every assurance
that the stock company traditions es?
tablished bv Mr. Giften will ho care?
fully lived up te> and may even bo sur?
passed. Ilo will produce several of the
plays that Mr. Gltfen had upon his list
fur'tho remaining weeks of tho summer,
The company comes here? with excellent
backing ami" should make? a very favor?
Popular prices will rule, with nothing
higher than fifty cents or lower than
twenty-five cent.-. The seats are now on
The next attraction at the Bijou will
i?. "A Turkish Texan." Through a print?
er's error it was stated in the programme
that this would bo done? by the Bijou Mil?
deal t'oini'dv Company. The piece will
Introduco isabelle Urquhart, George Par
UOns and a clever company, I he Illje.u
Musical'Comedy Company will leave ut
the enti of the week tor Manager Wells'
n. w park theatre at Pleasure Bay.
Knoxville, Tenn., June 23-July 31, 1903
The Southern Railway announces one
tare plus 2G. rents for the round trip from
all pointa te Knoxville. Tickets on sale
June -1st, ?el, 23d, ffith, Mth, July Mb, oui,
131 h. 2<Jtll, with return limit 10 days from
date of mie.
Effective ?Sunday. '.'Sth, local trains be?
tween Blchmond and Petersburg over the
Atlantio t'oast l.ine will be operated to
and from Washington Btreet Station, Pe?
tersburg. This nation Is h.cated In the
..?nur of the city, and the extension of
this service to Washington Street Station
will be a great copireiilence to the travel?
" C, K. t'AMPRELL.
p. P. ?., Blchmond, Va.
Any rough, red, wind-burned tender
smarting ekh mado fair ami lovely by
Batln-Sklq Cream and l-'acc. Powder
Miller Si J?ioads,
IMPORTANT NOTICE R? F. & ?
After Saturday, jmle. ;oth, accommoda?
tion trains arriving Elba from Ashland
n.fJO P, M.. ami leaving Elba for Ashr
lund 11:10 P. JU,.. except Sunday, wj|i be
W. p. TAYLOR,
Lewis Nixon Makes Affidavit
in Shipbuilding Gase.
A RECEIVER FS WANTED
Judge Kirkpatrick, Before Whom Case
Is^ Being Argued, Injects Some Hu?
mor Into the Proceedings?Mr.
Schwab Well Secured.
(By Associated Press.)
TRENTON, N. J.. June 22.?Argument
?was commenced in the United States Cir?
cuit Court to-day before Judge Kirk?
patrick in the case of tho application of
Roland R. Conklin and others for the
appointment of a receiver for the United
States Shipbuilding Company. Each side
had a big array of counsel. Representing
the complainant were R. ?G. LIndabury,
Henry Woolman and Henry Untermeyer.
Counsel f?r tho Shipbuilding Company
woro Charles L. Corbln, Attorney-Gen?
eral Robert H. McCarth and Charles C.
Tho case was opened 'by Mr. Woolman
reading at length tho bill of complaint,
the substance of which has already been
published. During the rending Mr. Wool
man brought out the facts that Charles
|M. Schwab had received for the Bethle?
hem Steel Works $30,000,000, made up as
follows: $10,000,000 preferred stock, #10,
000 000 common stock and $10,000,000 of col
Judge Kirkpatrick asked what, tbe col
laterlal consisted of and was told that It
embraced two mortgages, one on the
Bethlehem plant, and another on the ship?
building company's entire property. He
made a humorous commont to the effect
that- Schwab was well secured.
When tho reading of tho bill of com?
plaint was completed Mr. Woolman begaa
reading tlio .exhibits In the case, one of
which waa a statement Issued by the Re?
public Trust Company containing a very
flattering statement ns to tho company's
condition. Mr. Corbln objected to this ex?
hibit .as not properly before tho court.
Judge Kirkpatrick remarked .that th?>
statement seemed to favor tho defendant,
but, that at any rate, It was Immaterial,
as what the court wanted to get
at was the company's present condition
and not what somebody else thought or
said was its condition somo months ago.
When Mr. Woolmnn hnd concluded
reading the bill of complaint' and the
accompanying affidavits, Attorney-General
McCarter arose to road the answer and
also tho affidavits of Lewis Nixon, the
president, and A, C Gary, secretary of
Tho answer, In the main, is a general
denial of the galloni points of tho bill of
complaint. It denies absolutely that thoro
was any Insolvency , and states tho com?
pany was able to meet Its obligations.
It was stated that no arrangement had
been made whereby bonds were to.be Is?
sued on account of tho Bethlehem plant;
thnt tho plant was not separately ac?
quired: that It was included In the generai
purchase', and that the promoter was nei?
ther Nixon nor Schwab, but John W.
Young; that tho valuo paid was a matter
Of judgment, and that good judgment had
been exercised In the purchase. It was
denied that nny excessive prices bad been
paid, and tho company denied that It had
made nny exaggerated statement as to
the company's condition. The company
denied absolutely any responsibility for
the statements put out by the Republic
Trust Company, The statement given
the New York Stock Exchange, It was
claimed, was given In good failli, while
containing some errors that were after?
wards discovered and that wero Immate?
rial. It wns denied nlso that the com?
pany was under control of Schwab along
the lines indicated in the bill of com?
Tho affidavit of Mr. Nixon was a sweep?
denial of the charges In tho hill of com?
plaint. Unsaid he lind absolutely nothing
to do with tho conception or carrying
out of tho formation of tbe United States
Shipbuilding Company. Tho promoter,
he said, was .lohn W. young, and that
What be (Nixon) did was to give Young
an option on bis own plant.
Mr. Nixon denied that ho, with others,
directors of tbo company, or anybody
else, employed the Trust Company of the
Republic, or through or liy their means or
agency, caused the publication of the
statement put out by the Republic Com?
pany. Ho said bo never saw the circu?
lar until ufter It hnd been published. He
denied also that there had been nny ar?
rangement between Schwab and himself
whereby Schwab should acquire the
plant of the Rcthlehom Steel Company
and thereafter sell the same to the ship?
building company at any enormous profit.
Mr. Nixon also denied that lui had nny
arrangement or understanding with Mr.
The aflidavlt of Mr. Gary was to the
effect that tho United States Shipbuilding
Company ivas entirely solvent. The case
will bo argued to-morrow.
WASHINCJTON.?A tit ron? plea for .(as
t. Metraif, who was recently dismissal
from the postOffice Department, ivas ? ado
to-da'v tn President Roosevelt by Dire 'tor
of tlio Mint Roberts, who has known .Mr.
Metcalf for a long time President RolW
vell was urged, to obtain for Mr. Met?
calf a reopening of the case.
Air. Valentine Now One of the
Busiest Men In Richmond.
Three Great Tasks.
Aboiith tho busiest man In Richmond
now, excepting thoso possibly directly
connected with tho slrlko Is Mr. S. V.
Valentine, tho sculptor.
This distinguished gentleman Is making
a statilo of General Hugh Mercer for the
untlonal government to be placed In
Kredcricksburg. Mr. Valentine was to
hove completed the statuo Juno 1st, but
being unable to do so, Secretary Root
has extended the time.
Mr. Valentine has also been commis?
sioned by tbo General Assembly of Vir?
ginia to make a statue of General R. L.
Le? for Statuary Hell, National Capitol,
Washington. Ho hns not had timo to
touch this yet. Hani upon tho heels of
this camo tho selection of him and Mr.
W. C. Nolnnd to design the Davis Memo?
rial. Mr. Valentine is to make the
model of Mr. Davis and to give the con?
tract for it. to be cast Into bronze. Mr.
Valentino is said to be contemplating
bringing the widely known nnd admirably
?written "Richmond in Bygone Days
down to date. Few, if any, men In Rich?
mond nro so well fitted for this task as
Mr. Valentino. He hns kept a diary
for many years, and has really mado
dnllv records In It. Another gentleman
often mentioned, and most fittingly so,
in connection with this work, Is Mr.
Charles M. Wallace. Sr., who knows
enough Interesting foots nhout Rich?
mond to 1111 several books.
EWEN HAS TO FLEE WITH
(By Associated Preen.)
LEXINGTON, KY.. June 22.?Captain
B. J. Ewen, tho leading witness In the
trial of Jett mid White for tho murder
of J. B. Marcum, nt Jackson, left hero
to-day for a secret destination.
This action was taken on the advice of
friends after Captain Ewen had been in?
formed by a. man, who camo from Jack?
son to-dnv, of the existence of a plot to
assassinate him. All sorts of rumors are
in circulation concerning efforts to In?
terfere with the course of justice In the
Marcum case. Captain Ewen not only
folt that ho was in danger constantly,
but, that his presence here might endan?
ger his friends.
Noted Men Coming.
The Cole Younger-Frank James Wild
West Shows, a monster aggregation of
Indians, horses, Cossacks. Mexican vnn
queros, cowboy bands., cowgirls and skill?
ed horsemen and marksmen, will shortly
give a series of exhibitions In this sec?
tion. The date of their appearance at
Richmond on Tuesday, Juno 30th. The
programme Includes quadrills on horse?
back, mimic attacks on settlers' cnblns
nnd stage coaches by bands of Indians,
dances that are part of the religious rites
of tho Sioux and other Indians; feats of
horsemanship by Cossacks and Mexican
vanqueros in competition with American
cowboys and other features of tho wild
west. The display Is so large that no less
than thlrty-threo railroad cars are ne?
cessary to haul It about the country. In
It are 700 horses, 500 equestrians and
equestriennes af. 300 Indians. Frank
James will appear In the arena at" every
performance and Cole Younger occupies
an equally? conspicuous part In tho ex
NOTICE OF FIRST MEETING OF
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNITED STATES FOR THE EAST?
ERN DISTRICT OF VIRGINIA:
In the Matter of 1 No. ?.
WILLIAM H. BRISLEY, >- In
Bankrupt. ) Bankruptcy.
To the creditors of WM. H. BRISLEY, of
Talleysvllle, In the county of New Kent,
and district aforesaid, bankrupt:
Notice Is hereby given that on the ISth
day of May, A. D. 1003, the said WM. H.
BRISLEY was duly adjudicated bank?
rupt; and that the llrst meeting of cred?
itors will be bold In my office, Co Chamber
of Commerce, Ninth and Main Streets, In
Richmond, Va., on the 2d DAY OF JULY",
A. D. 1003, ,at 11 o'clock In t.he forenoon,
at which time the said creditors may at
tond, prove their claims, appoint a trus?
tee, examino tho bankrupt, and transact
such other business as may properly come
before said meeting.
C. P. CARDWELL.
Referee In Bankruptcy.
Juno 22, 1903.
THE BOARD 01'. DIRECTORS OK ??? RICH?
MOND, FREIIERICKSUURG AND POTOMAC
RAILROAD COMPANY ????? declared a divi?
dend of FOUR DOLLARS A SHARE on the
Common Stock und Dividend Old I eh done of the
Company, payable nn tbe 1st DAY OK JULY,
1003. to Ml holders of the some of record on
the 20th dav of Juno, 1003, from which date to
the Otti day of July, 1003, the books of trans?
fer will lie clohi'd.
J. ?. WINSTON, Treasurer.
Old Dominion Steamship Company,
New York June 18. 1003.
??G3 FIFTY-FIFTH SEMI-ANNITAL DIVIDEND
OK THREE PER CENT. (.1 per ivnt.l on the
Capital Ktnrk of ib? Company baa this day been
declared liy tho Hoard of Directors, payable
JULY let, 1003, to the Stockholders ot record
nt 1 P. M. June 20th. 1003; that the stock
transfer hooks ot the Company will be closed
from 1 P. M. June 20th, 1003, to 10. A. M.
July 1st, 1003,
J. S. SAMMINS, Treasurer.
Richmond Perpetual Building,
Lonu and Trust Co.,
1018 East Main Street,
niellinomi, Va., June 22. 1003.
THE DIRECTORS OF THIS COMPANY HAVE
declared the usual Seml-Aiiniial DIVIDEND
OK ONE DOLLAR AND FIFTY CENTS per
Bhnre, payable on'and after JULY lHt, 1003.
HENRY S. ntJTZLER.
Tbe Planters National Dank,
Itleluiioiid. Vn., Juno 22, 1003.
THE DIRECTORS Of THIS BANK HAVE TO
?lay declared the usual Semi-Annual DIVI?
DEND OF SIX PER CENT, (free or tax) on
the Capital Slock of tho Bank, payabio on
and ufler JULY let. 1003.
RICHARD II. SMITH, Caehlcr.
NOTICE OF FIRST MEETING OF
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNITED STATES FOR THE EAST?
ERN DISTRICT OF VIRGINIA.
In the Matter of No.?
T. D. FH'KLIN In Involuntary
To tho creditors of T. D. PICK LIN, of
Mlllenheck, in iho county of Lancaster,
and districi aforesaid, bankrupt:
Notice Is hereby given that on the 12th day
of June, A. D, 1903, the said T. D. PICK
UN was duly adludleated bankrupt; and
that the iirst meeting; of creditors will bo
hold m lAncaster Court-house, Va., on
tho 3d DAY OF JULY. A. D. 1903, at 10
o'clock In the forenoon, at which timo
tho said creditors may attend, prove their
claims, appoint a trustee, examine tho
bankrupt, and transact such othor busi?
ness as may properly come before said
C. P. CARDWELL,
Referee In Bankruptcy.
June 22, 1903.
Office of City Water Works,
Room 3. City Hall,
Richmond. Va.. Juno U. 1903.
SEALED PROPOSALS FOR THE CON
strucllon of subsiding nod coagulating ba.
sins and Hie work pertaining thereto will
be received here until 5 R. M. JULY 1,
1903. ami then publicly opened.
Tbo right to reiect any or nil proposals
Ik reserved by the Commit.teo on Wa?
Approximate estimate of work to be
C. E. BOLLINO. ? .
ju 14,17,19,21,23,25,0s. Superintendent.
Eastern State Hospital,
Wllllainsburg, Vu.. Juno 17. 1903.
THE UNDERSIGNED WILL, UNTIL 13
o'clock THURSDAY. July 9? 1903? receive
sealed propesala to furnish this institu?
tion with (?ROUERIES. DRY GOQDS,
SHOES, NOTIONS and othor SUPPLIES
for ? l.i? three months ending September
:?:". 1903 ? li?t of articles needed, quan?
tities of each, with Instructions how to
bid, delivery of goods and other details?
furnished on application to A. BROOKS.
Steward Eastern State Hospital.
The Glebe School,
A SCHOOL FOR BOYS.
413 West Grace Street.
JUNIUS E. LEIGH, Head Master.
Tho second session of this sohool will
begin Monday, Sojitcmbor 21, 1003. Pro
paros for colleges and universities. Pri?
mary Department for small boys. School
limited to twenty-flvo boys. Early regis?
tration tlcslrnblo. Terms: $100 ner year:
onc-hnlf payable on entranoo ami ono-half
payable February 1st. ensuing. Atltlross
of Head Mnstor, 821 W. Grace St.
Woodberry Forest Sohool for Boys.
In front rnnk of Southern Preparatory School?,
Testimonial? ree|iilred of erery nppllcnnt. l'or
cataloRiio aelrtrcs? J. CARTEIl WALKER, ?. A?
Nolley's School for Boys,
Between Grace and l-rnnklln.
George Merrltt Nolley, Principal.
The fifteenth session of this school will
begin AVednesday, Soptembor 23d.
Now pupils enrolled September 21st and
Prepares hoys for colleges nnd univer?
sities. School limited to fifty hoys.
Catalogues nt tho book-stores and
Chelf's Drug Store.
Address of principal. No. 112 North Fifth
For YOUNG LADIES, Roanoko, Va.
OnonsSept. 21,1003. Oneoftholeading Schools
for Young Ladles in the .South. New buildings,
planosandetpilpmont. Campus ten acre?, tiranti
mountain scenery In Valley ol Virginia, fnrned
for health. European antl Amerlcnn tencbent.
Full course. Conservatory advantages In Art,
Music and Elocution. Certificates wcllesley.
Btutlonts from 30 States. For catalogue address
1IATT11? G. UARRIB, President, Roanoke, Va.
EDGEWORTH BOARDING AND DAY
School for Girls. Re-opens September
24th, 1903. 42el year. Mt .. H. P. LE
FEBVRE, Miss E. D. HTJNTLEY, Prin?
cipals; 122-24 West Franklin Stroot, Bal?
Select boarding and day school; careful
Instructions' in all departments. ALI,
SCHOOL? ROOMS A^OVl? GROUND.
'Phone No. 3395; No. 3 East Grace Street,
Ju 23 tues-6t
Centenary M. E. Sunday-School
Thursday, June 25th, 1903.
Train Leaves 0. & O. Main St. Station
8 A.M. Adults, $1.00. Children, 50c
Don't Forget the
West-View Baptist Sunday School
Excursion to Buckroe,
Wednesday, June 24th.
Train leaves Chesapeake and Ohio,
Main-Street Station, 8 A. M.
Adults, $1; children, EOc.
Teamster Gathwrlght will havo wagohs
at the corner of Meadow Street and
Grove Road,-and Beech and Main Streets,
also at the depot on thc return of the
train from Buckroe, Fare, Be. each way.
Wagons will leave tho above named
points at 7:15 A. M.
THREE VERY DESIRABLE
Newly arranged and papered, on
the THIRD FLOOR of the TIMES
DISPATCH BUILDING. Light,
heat and Janitor service. For
price and particulars apply to the
TIMES-DISPATCH office. Only
"A Goal Mine For Saie
Hero is an opportunity for
Coal dealers and investors who
want to buy a Mine in f,ull oper?
ation. A fine domestic and
high grade steam coal. Write
for particulars. Will not do
business through agents. Apply
P. O. Box 84, Roanoke, Va
JCT5 WILL? BUY TWO FRAME DWEL?
LINGS near C. & O. Shops and Richmond
Locomotive Works, Rents, }% por an?
J. B, ELAM & CO.,
Richmond; Vs.?. Juno 12. IDUS.
TO THE I'lini.IC: I HA VU THIS DAY SOLD
to Mr. WILLIAM Q, ??,??? my good will In
Hie lire business conducted by uni under tlio
style of JOHN It. CAKY AND SON. and tlio
agency of tbe Ocrmunlo Flro Itmurnnce Com?
piili)?, of Now -York, bus been transferred to
Mr. Maury. who assumes all liabilities eif tho
business, nnd Is authorized to collect all un?
Mr. Muury has been la eutlro charge of
the business for several years past, nud It
gives me pleasure to comiueiid blm a? In
every way deservlug of a continuance of the
patronage extended during the past twenty
five years to the firm of Johu II. Cary and
T. A. CARY.
AUCTION SALES?FUTURE DAY8.
By Edward S. Roso Company,
Real Estate Auctioneers.
On THURSDAY, JUNE ?5, 1903, upon the
premises, at 6 o'clock P. M., we will sub?
mit to tho consideration of ? generous
publie:, thai desirable and well-constructed
Frame Dwelling, f-ituated at tho south
wost corner ot Cary and Short Streets,
and known as
No. 1300 West Gary Street.
LOT 44 by 130 Feet to an Alley.
Please bo on hand promptly nt
the hour nuined.
EDWARD S. ROSE ?OAIPANY.
Ju ??O-tde Auctioneers.
AUCTION SALES????9 DAY.
By J. Thompson Brown & Co.,
1113 Mftln Street.
Medium Size 2-Story
FRAME DWELLING NO. 404.
LAUREL NEAR ALBEMARLE STREET,
ON THE PREMISES.
TUESDAY, JUNE 23D, AT 6 ?.,?.
A snug llttlo homo of fivo rooms In a
gonteel location, with city Imp-ovemottts,
or a 12 PER CENT. INVESTMENT, by
a first-class tenant. Its desirability keeps
It constantly occupied, nnd the owner, a
non-rnsldont, says we MUST SELL.
TERMS?Easy, and announced at snle.
By N. W. Eowe,
Real Eslate Auctioneer.
LARGE AND t>ESRTABLE BRICK
HOUSE, WITH BROAD LOT,
Southwest Corner of 23d and
In execution of a decreo of tho Chan?
cery Court of the city of Richmond, en?
tered Juno 11, 1903. In tho suit of "Bettln
Wntklna vs. E. M. Gathrltfht, et als,"
.1 will sell by >i notion, on tho premiaos, on
' TUESDAY, JUNE 23. 1903,
at 6 o'clock P. M.. the* VERY SUB?
STANTIAL RESIDENCE nbovo referred
to and the lot upon w.hlch It stands,
fronting about 3S font on' Twenty-third
Street and running back nlong the south
line of Marshall Street about 120 feet to
an nllev In the rear.
With a moderate outlay upon this ex?
cellent-nnd substantial dwelling It can bo
mado a most eapncloua and desirable
homo. It being In a good neighborhood
and convenient to street cars.
TERMS?One-third cash, baiane? nt ?,
12 nnd IS month for noten, with Interest
added, and title retained; or ail cash, at
tho option of tho purchaser.
I hereby certify that tho bond required
of the Special Commissioner In above
suit has been given.
C. O. SAVILLE. Clerk.
By J. ?. Elam & Co.,
Real Estate Auctioneers.
COMMISSIONER'S AUCTION SALE
THE T?WO CONNECTING ONE-STORY
BRICK FACTORIES NOS. 419 AND
421 RESERVOIR ST.,
FRONTING TOGETHER 00X120 FEET.
In pursuance of the. decree of the Uth
December, 1900, In the suit styled "Emily
G. Flnney et als, vs. J. H. Elam, Admin?
istrator, et als." In the Chancery Court
of the city of Richmond, the underslKncd
Special Commissioner will sell by public
auction, on tho premises, on
TUESDAY. JUNE 23, 1903.
at 6 o'clock P. M? the REAL E8TATE
referred to In said decree. It being the
above-named WELL LOCATED AND
VALUABLE, SPACIOUS AND SUB?
STANTIAL BRICK FACTORIES, with
the lot on which they stand, fronting CO
feet on the eastern side of Reservoir
Street, between Beverly nnd Wnllaco
Streets, running back within parali?!
lines 120 feet, now occupied by tho "Ex
celsolr Carpet and Paper Cleaning Com?
pany" at the rental of $240 per nnnum.
nnd being adapted to any light manufac?
turing, storage, shop or warehouse pur?
TERMS?One-third cash, the residue In
three equnl Instalments at C, 12 and 18
months from day of salo, the purchaser
to give negotiable notes for tho credit
Instalments, with interest added, and the
title to be retained until tho purchase
money is fully paid and a convey?
ance ordered by tho court.
J. B. Elam & Co., Auctioneers.
The bond required of the Special Com?
missioner by the above decree has been
Teste: CHARLES O. SAVILLE,
Ju 18-5t Clerk.
Geo. W. Mayo, Auctlonoer.
BANKRUPT SALE OF LARGE STOCK
OF GROCERIES, GROCER'S WAG?
ON, IRON SAFE. SADDLE, HARNE8S.
COMPUTING SCALES. PATENT OIL
TANK. HAY. GRAIN. FIXTURES, ETC..
By virtue of ? decrco entered In the
District Court of the United States for tho
Eastern District of Virginia, dated June
15, 1903, In the matter of Garland Coleman,
bankrupt, I will sell by public auction,
commencing at 10:30 A. M. at Nos. S39 and
641 North Second Street,
TUESDAY. JUNE 23, 1903.
1 Iron Safe. 1 Grocer's Wnson. Harness,
Saddle; d Show-Cases. Pickle and Cheese
Cases, Computing Scales, Counter and
Platform Scales, large Coffee Mill, Patent?
od Oll Tank, Fancy Cannlstors, Ice-Box,
Store Truck, Measures, Counters, etc.
Twelve cases Ten, 16 boxes Soap, 35
case? Corn, 19 cases Tomatoes, Good Luck
Baking Powder. Salmon. Starch, Maca?
roni, Peas, Peaches, Cakes, Borax, Health
Foods, etc., in case lots.
Twnlvo barrels Vinegar, 4 barrels Mo?
lasses, 3 barrels Flour, 89 bags Flour,
Hay, Grain, Mill Feed.
Fifteen caddies Chewing Tobacco, 30
boxes Cigars, Cheroots, Cigarettes, Smok?
ing Tobacco, Pipes.
Buckets, Baskets, Tubs, Sugar, Coffee,
Tea, Fancy Cakes, Crackers, Nuts,
Health Foods, Chocolate, Cocoa, Pickles,
Preserves, Sardines, OH, Sauces Mustard.
Toilet and I*aundry Soaps, Baking Pow?
ders, Canned Fruits. Fish and Meats,
Gelatine, Polish? Spices, Lye, Milk.
Matches. Lamp Chlnneys, Extracts, Dried
Fruits, Citron, Salt, Macaroni, and other
IRVING E. CAMPBELL,
Receiver In Bankruptcy.
Geo. W. Mayo, Auctioneer.
Ju 19,20,21,23 _
By J. D. Carneal & Son,
Real Estate Auctioneers,
BOO East Main Street.
A UCTION SALE OF A MOST EXCEL
? LENT THREE-STORY CORNER
BRICK DWELLING. NO. 23 W. MAR
SHALL STREET, SOUTHEAST COR
NER OF ADAMS STREET; ALSO. TWO
STORES IN REAR. NOS. 317 AND 319
N. ADAMS STREET, WITH DWEL?
By request of the owner, who Is willing
to sell a bargain, wo will on
TUESDAY, JUNE 23, 1903,
nt 6 o'clock P. M.. on the premisos, offer
for sale at public auction the above prop,
The lots fronts 21 3-4x133 feet to an
alley. The corner dwelling has 12 rooms.
The wholo property la now renting at $060
per annum. It Is a rare'thing that such
an opportunity ns this offers Itself to pur
chnso such properties.
This Is a first-clnss locality for renting,
TERMS?At sale, '_Ids
^?CT?bTPi^UES-^FMTURE : ???8? ~
By H, Seldon Taylor & Co.,
Real Estate Agents and Auctioneers,
8, N. Eleventh Street.
? OP THAT LARGE.
WELL BUILT BRICK DWELLING,
AT NORTHEAST CORNER OF MAR?
SHALL AND EIGHTH STREETS.
A Delightful Home or Good
At the request of the owner we will
offer this desirable house and lot for sale,
on the premises, on
WEDNESDAY. JUNE 24, 1903.
at 5:30 o'clock P. M. This bouse contains
16 rooms, two hath roome and modern Im
proveinents. Wo will take pleasure In
showing vou these promises at any INjo
before the suie. Possession August 15, 1903.
TERMS?Reasonable, and announced at
sale. H. SELDON TAYLOR & CO.,
Ju 19-tds ? ? Auctioneers.
Farms, Mills, &c. For Sale,
GEO. E. CXUWFOEP & CO.,
Catalogue Free. ?03 15. Mali? St
AUCTION SALES?FUTURE DAY?.
By ,T. D. Corneal ft Bon,
Reni Estato Auctioneers.
? ? OF
A HIGHLY ATTRACTIVE AND VERY
VALUABLE TRACT OF BJIBURBA?
LAND ON BROOK. TURNPIKE,
A SHORT DISTANCE FROM
Tn execution of a decree of the Circuit
Court of Henrlco. entered May 7. 1898,
In the suit of "City Bank of Richmond
vs. B. T. McCue et als.," I will sell, by
auction, on the premises, on
THURSDAY'. JUNE 25, 1903.
nt 6 o'clock P. M., that beautiful and de
slrablo tract of land containing about 28
Acres, situated on tho enst side of the
Brook Turnpike between Hie McCue
homestead on tho south nnd the lands
of the late Major Glnter on the north.
This land lies well, has a good fronlngt
on the turnpike with a well kept hedge
along Its entire front, nnd Is cut from
side to side by a well constructed sower
of large proportions, ?he freo use of
which Is guaranteed to this land,
In view of Its fine topography, Its right
to use the sewer, whleh erosses it, th?
likelihood of a street railway along Its
front In th" near future, nnd this like?
lihood takes on the. hue of certainty In
view of the fact that the street railway
people have purchased tho turnpike th?
early completion of the Lombnrdy-f?trcet
extension, nnd, by reason of nil thos?
circumstances, Its adaptability for sub?
division. If not now, then assuredly In th?
near futuro into homo altos of rcosonnhl?
sizes: this property should engage th?
attention of buyers of nil classes.
It v?111 bo sold either as a whole or In
acreage parcels as may seem best nt th?
time of sale.
TERMS?1-4 cash, nnd the residue on
credits of H. 12 and 18 months for note?
with Interest added and tltlo retained!
or more than 1-4 or all cash, at the option
WM. J. LEA ICE.
I certify that the bond required of th?
Special Commissioner by the said decree
has been duly given. Given under my
hand this 3d da ? of June. 11)03.
JOHN E. RROADDUS.
.Hi 7lD.U,13.14,ie,18,20,21,23A2S, Clerk.
A UCTION SALE " '?
One Campbell Book and Job
Printing Press 37x52
Pursuant to tho terms of an agreement
dated on tho 11th day of March, 1903, on
record In the clerk's offlco of the Chan?
cery Court of the city of Richmlnd,
Memo. Doc Book 16. page 308, will be sold
at public auction to the highest bidder at
the printing- offlco of tho Richmond Print?
ing Company, 1208 East Franklin Stroet,
cltv of Richmond, on
SATURDAY THE 27TH DAY OF JUNE.
1903. AT 12 M.,
the abovo described property upon the
following terms: Cash to the extent of
$31 and such further sum as the expense
of sale, and aH to the residue of tlio pur?
chase money, tho same shall bo made In
monthly payments of ?30 each, tho first
of which Is to be paid on the 11th of July,
1903. and residue thirty days thereafter
until the whole Is paid. Negotiable notes
to h? executed for tho deferred payments
with a satisfactory endorser and the title
to the nronertv retained until the last
note Is paid and the samo evidenced by
a written contract executed and acknowl?
edged bv thc purchaser
RICHMOND TYPE & ELECTROTYPE
FOUNDRY". W. S. BROWN.
Secretary and Treasurer.
By J. B. Elam & Co..
Real Estate Auctioneers.
FOUTIT SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION
'**-? OF THE VALUABLE
THREE-STORY BRICK BUILDINGS
Nos, 733 and 735 Brook Ave.
CORNER BAKER STREET,
With Lot Fronting 77 Feet 7 Inche
ON THE EAST LINE OF
In ?pursuance of a decree of May 23d,
1903, In the suit styled J. S. Moore & Sons,
who ?eue, etc., vs. O. H. Funsten, Adminis?
trator, ot als, and A. B. Gathrlght's Guar.
dlan vs. E. M. Gathrlght. et als. In th?
Circuit Court of Henrlco county, Va-, th?
undersigneel Commissioners will sell bj
public auction, on the? premises, on
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 21, 1903.
at 5:30 o'clock, tlio real estate referred t?
In the eald decree as fronting 77 feet ?
Inches on tho east line of Brook Avenue,
and having a front of 152 feet on the south
lino of Baker Street, and having a -width
of 97 feet on its eastern lino and 154 feet (
Inches on Its southern line, nnd the im?
provements thereon, consisting of a
double three-story brick storo bullding,
having two elegant stores with granolithic
floors and good dwellings above. Thll
property Is well suited for a grocery store,
and the largo grounds render? It valuable
for stabio purposes or for a wood and
coal yard. Tbe property will be sold as a
whole or in separato parcels, as may seem
beet at the time of sale.
TERMS?One-third cash, residue In 3
equal Instalments, payable at 6, 12 and 18
months from date of sale by notes, with
interest added, and the title to be retained
until tho whole of tho purchase money
has been paid and a conveyance Is ordered
by tho court: or all In cash, at the optfon
of the purchaser."
ALLEN G. COLLINS.
BEVERLY' T. CRUMP,
J. B, Elam & Co., Auctioneers.
This Is to certify that the bond in the
above styled suits has been'given.
J. E. BROADDUS, Clerk.
Ju 19-5t ./
By Sutton & Co.,
Real Estato Auctioneers,
Corner Tenth and Bank Streets.
LARGE THREE-STORY DETACHED
NO. 2913 E. MARSHALL STREET.
In execution of a decreo of the Rich?
mond Chancery Court, entered May 13,
1900, In the suit of Lyne vh. Baker nnd
others, tho undersigned Special Commis?
sioner, nppolntud thereby, will offer for
salo nt public auction, upon tho prem?
ises, on ?
THURSDAY, JUNE 25, 1903,
at 5:30 o'clock P. M., the property above
The house contains 12 or 14 rooms, with
detached kitchen, containing 4 rooms. Tho
lot fronts i>5 feet on the south side of
Marshall Street, between Twenty-ninth
and Thirtieth Streets, and runs buck be?
tween parallel lines ONE HUNDRED
AND FIFTY-FIVE FEET to a wide al
TERMS-One-thlrd cash, tho balance In
two equal Instalments at six and twelve
months, evidenced by negotiable notes,
with Interest added, and the tltlo retained
until all tho purchase money Is paid and
a conveyance ordered by the court; or all
cash, at the option^ the Phaser. ?
Tho bond required of tho Special Com?
missioner by tbe above decree .has been
dTe'stfc;'Ven? CHAS. O. SAVILLE,
Ju 20-tds Clerk.
By C. L. & II. L. Denoon,
Real Estate Auctioneers.
r> OMMISSIONER'S AUCTION BALE
*>-> OF A DESIRABLE TRACT OF
LAND ON WHITE OAK SWAMP. IN
In execution of the decree of the Cir?
cuit Court for the County of Henrlco
In tho suit of Martha E. P. Brown vs.
Etta G. Goodman et al., entered June
15. 1003. the undersigned will sell, by
liuhllc. auction, at tho County Courthouse
of Henrlco County, on
WEDNESDAY. JUNE 34. 1903,
at 1 o'clock P. M? 115 acres of laiid In.
FalrfloM Magisterial District, Henrlco
County,. Virginia, about twelve mhos
southeast of Richmond on the Elko Coun?
TERMS-One-bnlf cush, and the bal?
ance six and twelve months, credit pay?
ment evidenced by notes with Interest
added, and title retained until all the
purchase money Is paid, or all cash, at
option of purchaser.
ALFRED E. COHEN.
? Special Commissioner.
The hand required of the Special Com?
missione)' has hcen given. Given under
my bund as Clerk of Court of said court.
Juno 16, 1903.
JOHN E. BRQADDUR.