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By The Valentino Auction Co,,
No, ??? East Broad Street.
. CrBREOrT*!CAN~LXNT!3RN, VIEWS
F**7 AND GAS TANK, TOOL CHEST.
8UARTERED-C*vK' HALL HACK,
HAMRER SUITS A.ND SIDEBOARDS,
[ ?????3? FURNITURE. ETC.. AT AUC
' TION. ./
' TO-MORROW (Monday) MORNING. Au
i (Tust .list, w-o will sell ni olir wnrerooms,
? No, (.12 Ewst Brond Streot, nt 10:80 o'clock.
| ?eterni gooB Bed-Rnom Suits, Qunrtcrod
' Oak Hnll RrtPK, Sideboards, Parlor Fur
flllure, Enameled Iron Beds. Springs, ntitl
Mattresses, Mantel Folding Bed, Oak
' Wardnohe, Odd Dresser? nnd Wash??
? ?tands. Bedsteads, Couch and Sofas. Baby
Carriages, Sewing Machines, Chairs, Hock?
ers, Center Tables. Kitchen Snfe nnd Ta
tMA?*. Oil nnd Gasoline Cook Stoves, etc.
Btcreoptlrnn Lantern with moving pic?
ture attachment, ?complete with ion views,
(TOR tank, etc., nlso Rood Inrge Tool Chest.
THE VALENTINE AUCTION CO..
Gen. W. Mayo. Auctioneer.
1205 East Main Street,
ROLLER-TOP DESK. SHOW PASES,
WARTlROHEH, M AHN IV ? WALNUT
CHAMBER SUIT, A NU ? LARGE ? (-??
OF UNUSUALLY ATTRACTIVE FUR
1 will sell at my auction house., nt 10:30
A. M.. on
MONDAY. AUGUST 81. 1!>03,
Roll-Top Desk, three Show Cases. Mirror
Doors. Walnut Wardrobe, four othor
Wardrobes, Massive Walnut Chamber
Pult. Oak nnd other Chamber Suits, at?
tractive Bureaus, with Washstnnds to
matrli: five Hall Stands, four Sideboards.
Fftncv Enameled Bedsteads. Refrlgern
? tor? Carpets. Cooking nnd Heating Stoves.
, Mnttlnn and ? largo and nssovted/lot of
? renerai household furnishings
?. ?. MATO. Prop.
Geo. ?. Valentine. A, P. Montgomery,
f fiatesmen. -___^
Geo. W. Mayo, Auctioneer.
,?*?"? ONFECTTONARV. PODA FOUNTAIN
?"V" AND TANK. SHOW CASES. TOWAO
I CO. CIGARS. ICE-CREA'M. TABLES.
???ETC.. AT AUCTION.
I will sen' for account of the owner at
??Ko. 3IS Louisiana Street, nt 10:30 A. M.,
MONDAY. AUGUST SI. 1P03.
Tuft's Soda Fountain, ten Syrups, Copper
TanV. three Sbow Cases, Candy Jnrs, Ice
Cream Tables, Freezers and Packers,
Chairs. Saucers, Glasses: a nice stock of
Confectioneries. Cigars. Cigarettes. Smok?
ing nnd Chewing Toparca. Cheroots. Snuff,
Cakes, Crackers. Bottle Pickels, Sardines,
' Refrigerntor, Ice Cutter. Scales, etc.
A. R. MATO. Prop.
Geo. H. Valentine, ?. P. Montgomery,
AUCTION SALES?FUTURE DAYS.
J. Thompson Brown ? Co.,
Real Estate Attenta and Auctioneers.
PUBLIC AUCTION TO
HIGHEST BIDDER WITHOUT RESERVE
15 Beautiful Building Lots,
Floyd Avenue and Main Street,
Between Robinson and Mulberry Streets,
A Part of Milton Cayce Estate.
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBPA 1st
5 o'CIock P. M.
These choicest West-End lots are In
acre blocks. Some havo fino fruit trees.
The subdivision Is ln 30-foot lots, affect?
ing a choleo of large or small pieces, as
may be desired. All nro above grade with
fine drainage; city sewer and water with?
in ono nnd two blocks and obtainable.
The accessibility of these handsomo lots
by THREE separato electric lines, on
which they front, renders them exceeding?
ly desirable for home purposes and spec?
All lots put up will bo sold without lim?
it or reserve.
TERMS?One-third can.li. balance 3 and
i years. R per cent, interest, secured by
J. THOMPSON BROWN & CO,
By J. B. Elam & Co.,
Real Estate Auctioneers.
PUBLIC AUCTION, ON THE PREM
I ISES. ON TUESDAY NEXT, SEP?
TEMBER 1ST, at 0 O'CLOCK P. M.. of
tlie two-story detached, comparatively
new, three-room frame dwelling, With
?good well of water, nnd good corner lot,
?situated at tho SOUTHWEST CORNER
OF TWENTY-SIXTH STREET AND
?NINE MILE ROAD.
This property is sold by direction of a
?ion-rorldsnt owner, and a great bargain
?may be expected.
TERMS??160 cash, balance on long time.
J. B. ELAM & CO.,
?aus 28-lt Auctioneers.
By The Valentine Auction Co.,
No. 612 East Broad Street.
C, HERRY-FRAME PARLOR SUIT,
w UPHOLSTERED IN SILK PLUSH;
PARLOR ROCKERS, QUART ERE D-OAK
BED-ROOM SUITS. <8'ART.KREn-OAK
?WARDROBES. TEN-FOOT QUARTERN
ED-OAK EXTENSION TABLE, WITH
PILLAR LEGS; QUARTERED-OAK
?fHDEBOARD, QUARTERED-OAK BOOK
CASE. ETC.. AT AUCTION, AT NO, 313
NORTH SECOND SREET.
We will sell for Mrs. S. Lang, nn ac?
count of declinine housekeeping, at her
residence, No. 313 North Second Street, ho
tween Broad and Marshall,
TUESDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 1ST
beginning at 10:30 o'clock,
>er Household and Kitchen Furniture,
comprising very good Cherry-Frame Par?
lor Suit, upholstered In silk plush; Cherry
nnd Oak Coblor-Sent Rockers, Handsome
Quartered-Oak Book-Case. Lounges, iu
?'iot Massive Quartered-Oak Dining Table,
?with carver pillar legs; Handsome Quar?
tered-Oak Ruffet, with large French-plate
mlrrow; loi of Crockery and Glassware,
"Handsome Quartered-Oak Chamber Suit.
(Quartered-Oak Wardrohes, separate Dress?
ers and Wnshstands, ,\rn|tresses. Lace
Web Steel Wire Spring?. Pictures, Chair?,
Box Couch. Lamp?, ctr.
All of the nhnve furniture |F r)|re and
In good condition; The ladies are Invited
to attend the sale.
THE VALENTINE AUCTION CO.,
Two-Blory HRICK DWELLING on Wen
H. SEI.DON TAYLOR & CO.,
No. S North Eleventh Street.
If you arc looking for a Lee District
HOME, wo Ian offer ynu a new eight.
room brick, modern, up-to-date residence
In the beautiful ?,?? Diptl>ti. will ha- ram
plete (ibout September 15th. Only fS.tOO.
WM. P, Pl/./lNI f'O.,
Tenth and flack Street?*.
To Loan on Richmond City Real KtUutn
In Miras to unit.
H. BELPON TAYLOR ? CO..
No. fc North Eleventh Btreel.
CI ??? W11' buy a WeM-Maln-Street
F-J-OU? RESIDENCE, brick, modern
and In first-clasi? order, with e!-*ht rooms,
large back yard, located near Laurei
WM. ?. ???/.??? CO.,
Tenlll and Hank St ? eels.
Nice ?Two-Story BRICK DWELLING on
Cherry Street! six rooms,
H. SELDON TAV1X1R & CO.,
No. S North Eleventh Btreet.
$1 *7 5f) Will buy an up-to-date Park
a-/PU Avenue residence, Hind?
ern and In good order. This will make a
?ood home or ? tirsi-cUss investinenl.
WM. R. PIZ/.INI CO.,
Tsui?l and liunk t?ueet?
B?ttiOrNO LOTS on Franklin, Ornee,
Hntiover, Park, Orove, Floyd and Cary
Street?, at figures below markot prices In
order to mako quick sal?s, ???? me ? call.
N. w. bows.
1 Jfl6R SALE,
On tho It, F. ? G. rtnllrond (Immediata??'
ly at station) nbotit f> acres of land, with
nice S-rootn house, barn, orchard, etc.,
price 51,700; $300 cash, balance on monthly
payments; nn excellent proposition,
A good FA RIM of 75 aerea, good 6-room
dwelling, two-room detached kitchen, nil
(tec?ssai-y outbuildings*, good orchard, 56
acres cleiired and In lilgli state of culti?
vation, balance In wood. This will make
an excellent truck or dairy farm and la
located on t'he Brook Turnpike, Will sell
cheap or exchange for city property.
??-?? SALE, ,
Nlno-Room Seml-Detnclicd BRICK RES?
IDENCE, with detnehod servant's room,
nil modern conveniences, Inrgo lot, located
on West Main Stv??-t, locality good; prlco
?pOR SALE OR EXCHANGE,
Lot located on Park Avenue, near Ro?
Seven-Room BRICK RESIDENCE on
east Marshall Street; cheap and on t/*rms
Cla.borne, Connelly &
No. 11.11 East Main Street.
?piOR SALE, ,
Five minutes" walk from car line;
splendid water, nice neighborhood. Be
GREEN & REDD.
DETACHED BRICK HOUSE.
$2,750 will buy a Nent Dotaclied BRICK
HOME on Twenty-sixth Street.
POLLARD &. BAGBT.
Will buy two good and substantial BRICK
DWELLINGS on Church Hill; rental $(S0
per annum; good location.
C. L. & H. L. DENOON,
No. 821 Main Street.
Only a Few Grace St. Lots
East of Richmond College left. We hav?
one for sale extremely cheap.
A. J. CHEWNING CO.
Five Rooms Brick, near car line; on?
acre of ground; must be sold quick. $1,000.
GREEN & REDD.
Church Hill Cottage.
$l"i,->0 will buy a Neat DETACHED COT?
TAGE HOME on Twenty-sixth Street;
$300 cnBh, rest easy.
WHY NOT OWN TOUR HOME?
POLLARD & BAGBY.
?R7S50 Detached eornor DWELLING,
?p/o\J n|ce E|ze ]0ti Beverly and Beech
$ 1 900 BRICK DWELLING ot six
%pi,?Wu rooms, on Nineteenth Street,
between Broad and Marshall Streets.
$1 -ICA Detached'~DWE'LLING, large
? ,v>c--~- lol on Second street, between
Clay and Leigh.
Largo VACANT LOT on South Cherry,
lMxlM to alley, at $12 per foot.
$.-500 HOUSE and LOT, 31 feet, on
?POVV -Mooro street.
HARRISON REALTY CO.,
No. 9 North Eleventh Street.
Church Hill Avenue, opposite Jefferson
GREEN & REDD,
No. Ull East Main Street.
25 ACRES OOOn LAND; ?room PWEIaLINf..
nice Hhnde. Uno unter. A good Btoro-houso ?nd
wheelwright h'iop; ? nonet business stand, wlth
Ln four miles of Richmond; ?.?.???. Cross Ronds
Corner, G? Aera? Lit, wlih ? .Vrootn Cottngo; nice
nhnale, Rood ?nter, ?mall orchard, Store-house
within live miles ef Richmond; $1,000.
VIRGINIA LAND AGENCY, 000 E, Main Bt.
Church Hill Bargain.
Six-room two-story DWELLING, Clay
Street, near Thirtieth; city Improvements;
easy terms; owner leaving town; $S50 gets
J. THOMPSON BROWN &. CO.
Sl,600 will'buy a NEAT HOME on Floyd .
Avenue; pays 12 per cent.; splendid loca?
POLLARD & BAGBY.
Beautiful ?-room DWELLING, new, re?
ception hall, range, porcelain hath, wired
f??r el.OClrlcjty, very attractive; lot 70xH?,
Immei'llate possession; one block of car
line; Highland Park.
HARRISON REALTY CO.,
No, 9 Noriti Eleventh Street.
Farm For Sale.
Sixty acres ttond LEVEL LAND, lying
abreast a leading public road, six miles
from the elty; roinfnri.ible dwelling with
G, rnnniH ?nd other Improvements; near
railroad Biatlon, two miles electric line.
A biugiiln. Plico ?1,600,
R, II. I'HAI-M'IK & CO., INC.,
No. 1 North Tenth Street,
t4,0C?l will buy an elegant S-rr>nm BIUi'K '
RESIDENCE, nn West flay Street, near
Adams. Tills property lb In splendili con?
dltlun, up-to-date und a bargain.
WM. H. 1? /.'/? ?I CO.,
Tenth and Bunk Streets.
$1 tZf\(\ Will buy nil established
1 ,OUU BUSINESS BTANI'J, house of
seven rooms, lot 49x1114 feet. The owner
I? wishing io make a change ?a ho In?
tends leaving tIt** city. Parties looking
f/ir a good luvest mem for u good grorpry
slant! or bur will tin well to seu lib In
regard to same.
WM. R. PlZZINI ?U*,
Tenu) and Bank Si recta.
Por Sale at
ONE OF T!?E MOST COMFORTABLE
home?? In the heart ot the city on tho
most desirable part of Grace Street.
House In excellent Condition, front?? i*
feet and ha.? good doft'll lo Wide f'.ljfy
has detached kitchen and ?-table, r,.e
ownor lining cnllntl suddonly to the WOsti
has decided to sell. Any ono sco-tii-ir ft
delightful and fnshlonnble home nt a
modern te price should see mo and in?
spect the promises. _.
Iti L. CABELL,
22 North Ninth Slioet.
TpOR SALE OR EXCHANGE,
FARM OF 200/ACRES WITH 0-ROOM
Dwelling; large orchard, barns, stnhlcs.
etc; about 25 miles from city, on South?
ern Railway. Will sell at vory low figuro
or will oxchango for city propcry.
C. L. & H, L. DENOON.
nliff 2fi-2t 821 Mnln Street.
In West End-$8,000 to $1.000?easy terms
GREEN & REDD,
No. 1114 East Main Street.
| ?T$16 Per Foot
We can offer a. Beautiful corner, Well
Shadori LOT, located In an Improving part
of Church Hill.
WM. B, PIZZINI CO.,
Tenlli and Bank Streets,
Ten Per Cent. MAIN-STREET IN?
VESTMENT; two three-story BRICK
J. THOMPSON BROWN & CO.
?fij. O?? Will buy a Very Attractive
?p--l-,VUU FARM of 20& acros, five
room resldenco, largo stable, nJid numer?
ous other outbuildings: the land Is In a
high state of cultivation, convenient to
car line, and about two miles from town
on a very good road. For a dairy or
trucking farm, nothing bettor to be had
near tho city.
WM. ?. PIZ'/flNI CO..
Tenth and Bank Streets?.
LEE DISTRICT BARGAINS.
SPEEDY PROFITS. STEAD IMPROVE?
$5 per foot, triangular lot, Park Avenue.
$30 per foot; best on Pack Avonuo.
$30 per foot, Ivy Street, corner.
$4.?) per foot, Franklin Street, corner.
$60 to $100, Grace and Franklin Streets,
pear Lee Monument.
J. THOMPSON BROWN & CO.
Bargains in Building Lofs.
30 FEET ON CART NEAR BEECH.
30 FEET ON RANDOLPH NEAR
38 FEET ON M NEAR TW?NTY
40 FEET ON TWENTY-FOURTH AND
C. L. & H. It. DENOON,
ang23-2t 821 Main Street.
No. 1410 Grove Avenue, an elegant home
with 14 convenient rooms, furnished or
unfurnished. See us at once and secure
A. J. CHEWNING CO.
STORE FOR RENT.
Broad Street, near First, $2,250.
GREEN & REDD,
No. 1114 East Main Street.
A Handsome Home, No. 905 "West Grace
Street, with 14 convenient rooms; reason?
A. J. CHEWNING CO.
DELTGHTFUL DWELLING in Barton
Heights; 10 rooms and all conveniences;
large lawn, stable, etc.
GREEN <& REDD,
1114 East Main Street.
West-Mnln-Street DWELLING, No. 1101,
with eight rooms and modern conveni
Cla'y-Street DWELLING, No. 212. be?
tween Second and Third Streets, 'eight
West-Cary-Street DWELLING, No. 328,
with eight rooms, etc.
DOUGLAS. E. TAYLOR.
Renter of Real Estate.
Franklin, near Monroe Park, 14 rooms.
Grace, near Shaffer, 12 rooms.
South Third Street, near Byrd, 12 rooms.
Main Street, near Beech, 10 rooms.
Grove Avenue, near Plum, 10-rooms.
Detached Two-Story Brick, Broad Street,
opposite Chlmbornzo Park, only $300,
Smaller dwellings else whero?stores, flat3
J. THOMPSON BROWN & CO.
No. 3G6 West Franklin, 15 rooms, Sep?
tember 1st. $1,000.
No. 524 West Grace, 15 roornn, Septem?
ber 1st, $900.
No. 803 East Franklin, 16 rooms, Septem?
ber 1st, WOO,
1 rerniltago Road, 19 rooms, Soptcmhor
No. 719 Wost Main Street 10 rooms, Sep?
tember 1st, WOO.
Fourth Avenue, 10 rooms September 1st,
No. 191ft Ivy Street, 10 rooms, September
No. 230S East Grace, 10 rooms, Septom
her 1st. $31)0.
No. 204 North Avenue, 9 rooms, Septem?
ber 16th, ?300.
No, 900 West Marshall, 8 rootriH, Octo?
ber 1st. #70,
No, 902 West Marshall, R rooma, Septem?
ber 1st. ?240.
No. 4W North Graham, 6 rooms. Septem?
ber 19th. ?21?,
No, C03 North Tenth Street, 5 rooms,
September 1st. ?120.
No. fill Buchanan Street, ? rooms, Sep?
tember 1st. $120.
No. 1022 Randolph Street, 5 rooms, Sep?
tember 1st, ?COO,
GREEN ?- REDD,
'Phone 2100. H14 East Main Street.
No. 12(1 South Fifth Street, 9 rooms and
balli, possession ut once.
No. V'.l North Fourth Street, 10 rooms,
possession at once.
Ofllce Spare to suit nt No. Rf.*? East Main
CHARLES A. ROSE.
Real Estate and Loans,
No. 1 North Ninth Street.
I-?iiuklln-Slreet DWELLING. No. ?R0|,
opposite I.lbby 11111 Park; six rooms and
Church Hill DWELLING, No. 105 Twen
tv-elithth Rtreet, vorv 0I05J In Franklin
Street, rIx rooms and moir:rn.
DOl'OLAB E. TAYLOR,
Rontor of Ronl Estate.
IttiiKE VKItV HANDSOME CENTRAL
ly located FLATS, coiner Second and
Franklin Streets, now being completed,
wlih every modern convenient?-?; roomy
n ml incut conveniently arranged
BUTTON & OO,,
uusK.SO Tenth and Uank Steel?
Thfit cmiirnil}? located And AetitMo Ttir??*
North Sixth.?? street. feMeMlon Octo'? ????.
J. t>. KliAM, ? NO "??? ll1i' M"'"'
The TWo-Bterr ???.???* mvi?bMN'11 "f Z?*""??.''
Itooms, will" B?*?h( ?S 310 North IliitiMU St,
In nice ofdef. ., , tsi
J* ?-JSMM AND f^-Jl'j?j1"'11
p OR Rf??T,
Low Price MAI-N-STREEt STORE, Cor?
ner Fifth Stroot? pinto gins? i'011^?
pOR RENT] '
200 East Frahklln Slreel, furnished.
012 East Grace Street, H rooms.
1000 Floyd Avenue. 9 rooms.
1002 Floyd Avenue, 9 or 10 roonia.
iW.'l West Grace, 10 rooms.
Ml West Main, 7 rooms.
??? North Third, 5 rooms.
.11-1 North Twontloth, 7 rooms. . .
2S04 East Broad, 7 rooms (seo occupant.)
2400 East Mnrshnll. 1 rooms?
1.123 West Leigh, (store!.
Furnished Flat Frnnkllu ""?? J'oiirth ate.
N?. W, BO WE,
No, 4 North Eleventh Street.
McVeigh & QHnn
Have For Rent
?780.00 No. ni2rioytl Are.; If. *^"|>?? ,*>? "?.'?
Very linndsomo, new. three-story hrtck. Octo?
?050.00 No. 812 W. Ortire Street.; 14 rooms; A,
M. I. Sept. let.? , ,, ,
.,(1,10.00 No. 1000 Floyd Ave.; 10 rooms! A, M. I.
Sept. 1st. . , ,, ,
?noo.00 No. 1002 Fiord Are.; 12 rooms' A. M. }.
?lr.0.00 No, 1010 Ptirk Are.;.? rooms, A. M. 1.
?4M.OO No. 100S Hanover St.; 8 rooms? Tery
? t tractive.- A. M. I. ? ?_., . ., ,
$400.00 No. 1817 Ivy St.; 8 rooms, A. M. l.
?lOO.rje No. 212 N. Lombtirriy St.! 8 rooms; A.
M. I. Sopt. 1st. ?_.. . ?, r
??00.00 No, 200 W. Cnry St.; S rooms, ?. ?. ?.
?2?RP00 No!* 100 N. Nineteenth St.; 0 rooms;
A. M. 1. Sept. 1st. _. , n ,-?_.
?200,00 Vf. ?lnln nr, Sycnmore St.; ? rooms.
New. Oct. 1st.
'Phono M73 for rent list.
Ont loans on your property from us.
ting 80,sopt 1 _
Put your reint account with and got
your property rented by
McVeigh & Glinn.
NEW RENT LIST
1 J. B. ELAM AND CO, 1118 Mulo.
Warehouses and Stores
For Rent By
McVeigh & G lin n.
No. 8 S. Tenth St.; 8-atory and bino.; brick.
No. 5 S. Twelfth St.; 8-ntory and base.; brick.
No; 1000 B. Franklin St.; 8-atory. Railroad
trnek. $400.00. Sept. I at.
No. 821 B. Cary St.; 8-etory. Railroad track.
No. 811 Moeby St. ?150.
No. 18 S. Ninth St.; 3d floor. Largest In the
?Hie New Two-Story 8-Room Brink DWELL?
ING. No. llir, W. Mnln Street, with all mod?
ern convenience?, ljosnosalon October Int. ?
J. B. ELAM ??? CO., 1118 Main St.
NO. 119 E. MAIN STREET; 8 ROOMS,
modern conveniences; reasonable rent.
C. L. & H. L. DENOON,
atif-*29-2t 821 Main Street.
418 North Twenty-fourth Street, 7 rooms,
$200 per annum.
3114 East Broad Street, 10 rooms, $300
110 North Thirty-first Street, 6 rooms,
fiso per annum.
2312 East Leigh Street, 6 rooms, $120 per
15 South Fourth Street, 7 rooms, $180
lS'ii Carrlngton Street, 8 rooms, $180
POLLARD & BAGBY.
The Large Double STORES. Noe. 723. 72? and
727 West Cury Street, with extra large lot.
This la an excellent stand for any retail buet
iu'bb. See us about It.
J. B. ELAM AND CO., 1113 Main St.
Nos. 105 and 107 South Fourteenth Street,
30,0(i) feet of floor space, large warehouse
with railroad track at the door; will mako
an up-to-date feed store or wholesale
No. 411 West Grace, 12 rooms; modern.
Brick Residence, at $750 per annum.
No. 1317 Grove Avenue, 14-room modern
Brick Residence, at $750 par annum.
Nos. 1.119 and 1111 West Avenue, 8 rooms
each; modern? at $420 each per annum.
No. 1715 Went Main, S-room Brick Resi?
dence at $2", per month.
No. 113 North Twentieth Street. 7-room
Brlcl* Residence at $12.50 per month.
No. 034 North Seventeenth Street. 7
ronm Brick Residence, at $12 per month.
No. fins East Clay, storo and dwelling,
at $25 per month.
No. 900 State Street, store nnd dwelling,
largo lot. etc., at $20 per month,
No. 2311 Venable Street. 7-room Brick
Residence at $20 per month.
No. Ioli Buchanan Street, ?-room Framo
Residence, at $7 v>er month.
No. 1500 Page Streot, 4 rooms, at %?> per
m0,,Ul? WM. ?. G?????? CO..
Tenth and Bank Streets.
No*, lu? mu? 12.1 North ??j?f??T?*t?<X?l
tlrt'ly modern, 0 room?; ondi nt extra men),
rent. In*? enmpleted. .? ? , Rt
,1. It. ??,?? AND CO.. 111B Main t?i.
No 1110 Grove Avenue, handsome Three
StNoy DaMIC8i'nth Fourth. Three-Story
BRICK. stjTTON & CO..
"Offices For R?"*?
ava.- MAV?? ?*G>? RENT SOME VERA
WE ,?? ?? ? ?? "UTTirlCES. adjacent
desirable ground-llnor OI!i, ' f,Kht. Inul?
to tho Chumbe,? of Commerce, l.igni. jam
tor's intention, etc, G??$$$????,
a u ? 29-21
821 Main Stroot.
$ ? ?. two
TO LKN ??
n'VEl?H & OLINN.
IN AMOUNTS TO ?"???
_ J. THOMPSON B^f-^if-^'.-.
'" MONEY T?TEND
On Richmond City and ?gfiS-fro*
'money to lend
On City or Country Real Bt,,at0.'Mr,
?ET VOI it LOANS ON TOOR-aWM ?18T?HCT
K'VEIOH AMP t?I'IMH?
'?*-""*t*V"Vrii-Wi-.-inri?rtOM----iV ri tj ,n-.tt
To Lotit! on CITY' ?MPROVBD REAL
ESTATE In sums to stilt,
C. L. & M, !.. DENOON,
___^^ No, 821 Main Stroot,
$??? fififi Two very desirable BRICK
?pi,.uuu HOUSES near Chlmborar.o
Park, oompnr.itlvely now. that cannot be
built to-dny for tlio money; a good In?
$2 "2nO A now BRICK HOUSE of
?"?**'??' soven rooniB, beautifully lo?
catoti on /Church Hill; terms unusually
easy for thlM class of property. It you
want to secure a bargain/ look at this
property nt once.
$4 7^(i West-End DWELLING of !>
F ???,"???'UV'' rooms; modern Improvements,
light hrlck front, vory nltractive; posses?
sion September 1st.
$1 *ifiC? West-End DWELLING of 8
???,a?? rooma; light brick, with mod.
orn Improvements; will be finished within
Attractive HOMES and VACANT LOTS
at a sacrifice on Barton Heights nnd
Lowest rate of Interest, Charges vory
reasonable. Collection or rents a spe?
cialty. Liberal advancee made. Fire In?
13 N. 11 th Street
Why Keep Your Money Idle ?
Wo have several deforred purchase
real ostate notes for sale; absolutely se
curo and you got 0 per cent Interest with?
A. J. CHEWNINO CO.
Heard On the Gars.
And here Is what was said: Mrs. Mind;
Let mo toll you, Mrs. No Mind, you must
not listen to everyone. When the blind
undertakes to lead' tho blind, they are
liable to fall In tho ditch. When I re?
ceived my money I wont Immediately to
the ofllco of EDWARD S.. ROSE CO. and
relied Implicitly upon their judgment. The
result ls the Investments made by them
for me In real estato have proven entirely
satisfactory and tho Income accruing
thcrof?om gives mo a comfortable support.
Now, Mrs. No MJnd, don't let your Insur?
ance money get away from you. Invest
ln real estate and bo sure and make your
Investments through EDWARD S. ROSE
CO., whoso ofllco la at No. 11 North
Farms, Mills, &c, For Sale.
GEO. E. CRAWFORD & CO.,
Catalogues Freo. 803 E. Main
PEABODY CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC,
HAROLD RANDOLPH. DIRECTOR.
Ht. Vernon Place nnd Charlea Street, Baltimore.
MAY OARRETTSON EVANS, Superintendent,
23 and 25 East MT. VERNON PLACE.
REOPENS OCTOBER 1 for Instruction. Apply
In September, 10 A. M. to 4 P. M.
Tbe Peaborty offer? advantage? which make It a
GREAT MUSIC CENTRE
AND UNSURPASSED BY ANY OTHER
CONSERVATORY IN THE COUNTRY.
Faculty of 40 European and American Master?.
Including PROFESSORS BARKWORTH. BOISE.
BROCK WAY. OOOHWIN, BEIMHNDAHL, IIIJL
STEYN, HUTCI1E80N, ? M INETTI. WAD, etc.
Advanced and elementary lmtnietlon given.
Scholarship?, Diploma? and Teacher?' Certificale?.
TUITON FEES, $16 TO $80 for scholastic
year, according to grade and branch of study,
('Inns and Private Lessons. Free Advantages to
l'upll?. Circulara mailed free.
ATLANTA COLLEGE OF PHARMACY
Free Dlspensnry, only college operating an
ncluol drug store. Greater demand for our
graduates than wo can supply. Address
OEOROE T. PAYNE, Dean,
21 W. North Ave., Atlanta. Oa.
DEPARTMENT OF PHARMACY, University Col?
lege of Medicine, Richmond; Vn. One drug
Mure, for teaching nnd prescription wurk, In
actual operation during past ten years: two
more added last seeslon. For catalogue address
WILLIAM R. MILLER, Proctor.
??m Elletf s School for Girls
112 East Franklin Street.
FALL TERM BEGINS SEPTEMBER
Bryn Mawf Examinations will he bold
In Richmond In 1904.
There Will be Special Classes Preparatory
to Travel In Europe.
Lessons ln German will be given with?
out extra charge to pupils of six or
seven. Terms: twenty to seventy dollars,
The number of pupils In overy depart?
ment will be limited,
Circulars at 112 East Franklin Stroot
and at bookstores.
Kindergarten and Sub-Primary, H
West. Main Street. October 1, 11)03.
MISSES TALCOTT AND SCOTT.
A select homo school for forty girls.
Some educators In other schools pro
nounco this the host girls' school In Vir?
ginia. Write for Information.
WILLIAM HOLMES DAVIS,
E8 BILL COLLEGE,
Ellicott City, M.
? G??? PCT BOARDING SCHOOL FOR
' VLUNO MKN AND HOYS.
Bnocla] attention to Modern LunguagoB,
(??tirsos?Literary, hdontlflo, Coinmor
morolal, / , ,, ?? ,??
? tlinioiiftli Propi-rntory CourbO lor
boys noi under twelve yuui'i.
Send for catalogue;
I III: CHRISTIAN HROTI.ERS.
Two hundred und tonth bossIoii berltia
Oi'?Ol.HH 1st, 1903. Full fol?B--i??
Course leading to dogreo of D. A- .nul M.
A. Total expense. MAW sea? on.
i-'iii Noj-m? Courue. Hoiu ?/J u,ff.\. ,i?i
und Washing, JtO per month, -total ox
per.se ?103 per session.
Bend for Catalogue^ _ ,ryljER,
?president. ?. ??, ?-L. D?
Mr Sigmund Kahn.
formerly of tho Conaervtttory of Muslo In
Stuttgart, Oerniany, *wlll accept a llmlt
od number of pupil? in Plano aht? Voleo
Cultttn?? latest method? tthd thorough
training. Studio, No, 1)12 West Orane
Stroot. 'Phone 2<f)l,_j
MRS. L. 6. TUCKER,
September 22d. Residence, studio, No. 411)
North Eighth Street..
Miss Coleman's Kindergarten
and Primary School
No. 13 North Fifth Streot. Opens Oc?
tober 1, 1903, Address Miss Ltlcy 8. Coin
man (until September 15th) Buckhor, Vn.
Miss Lou Belle Cntesby Jones,. No. 0
North Socond Street, city.
Miss Robinson's School
908 FLOYD AVE.
Fourteenth session opens. September 220.
Full corps of trained toaohors, In grade?
from kindergarten to colloge. Apply for
Information to MISS ROBINSON, Appolrl,
Va. After September 12th, 822 Kloyd Ave.
beautifully Located on Southern
Railroad, Only 36 Miles
CONSTANT U8E OF CELEBRATED MINERAL
WATER AND THE BEST OF EDUCATIONAL
AD VANTA OES OFFERED AT THE MOST
REASONABLE TERMB FOR THE LATTER.
Rend tlie following tcstlmnnlnls nf tlio water
selected from? hundreds equally strong;
DR. OEO. REN JOHNSTON nnja: "I pre?
scribe no mineral water no freely na the Ottor
Dr. JOHN N. UI'SHUH, Prof, of Mntcrln Muti?
len In tho Medical College of V!|?Itiln. ?ay?:
"In my hand? lt succeeds where all other
pr. 0. J. CARLTOK, Washington. D. C. ttnya:
"1 believe thnt there ln no medicinal water in
tho world equal to It."
..THOROUGH COURSES. ACCOMPLISHED
TEACHERS. LIMITED NUMBERS. CARE
FUL TRAININO OF THE INDIVIDUAL.
0R0UND8 COMPRISING ?o ACRES,
SESSION BEGINS SEPTEMBER 21BT,
Write at onca for catalogue,
W. B. GATES, ?. ?..
Otterbiini, Amelia county, Va.
Washington, D. C.
Chartered by Congress 1821.
Comprine", the following Depart menta:
ARTS AND SCIENCES: C?mplete uniiilorgriid
unte and grailunte cours??? lendine lo the degrees
of Ilnchelor of Arta, nach?tlor of Science, Mnster
of Art?, Mnatcr of Science. Civil Engineer, Elec?
trical Engineer, Mechnnleal Engineer, nnd Doc?
tor of Philosophy,
MEDICINE: Four yenrs' course lending tu
the degree of Doetor of Medicine. Two completo
courses of lecture, recitation?, laboratory and
DENTISTRY: Four years' course leading to
the degree of Doctor of Dcnt.il Surgery. Two
complote courses of lectures, recitations, Inborn
tory and cllnlcnl work.
LAW: Three years' course lending to tho
degree of Bachelor of Laws. Tho Instruction
Includes the en??? lcctuo and recitation methods,
and oualUU's one for ndiiilssloii .to tho bar of
JURISPRUDENCE AND DIPLOMACY: Three
courses of higher legal, politics!, and diplomatic
training, leading to the degrees of Master of
Laws, Master of Diplomacy, and Doctor ot Civil
The Natlonnl Capltnl t.ffero apocini odvantngen
For catalogues nnd other Information addresn
CHANNINO RUDD, Regi.trar,
Washington, D, 0.
COLD SULPHUR SPRINGS, VA
NOW OPEN FOR GUESTS.
Thle spring has long been known for the
remedial and restorative properties of Ite
waters, especially ln Kidney and Livor
troubles, where It han proved to be a
specific. Chalybeate and Freestuna Waters
Terms moderate. Address
J. S. CRAIG, Proprietor,
Cold Sulphur Springs, Va.
The demand for praetlenl chemists, graduates
of the .School? of Chemistry of tbo University of
Virginia, exceeds the supply. All who bave thus
graduated within tlic past few years have been
promptly located a? chemists for Iron furnace?,
phosphate works, sugar und oll rollnerle?, or simi?
lar Industries. An Industrious and Intelligent
yrung man, trained to study, can make the
whole course In one rear. For further Informa?
tion apply to
J. M. "PAGE, Chairman,
University Station, Charlottesvllle, Va.
Rcadert of The Tlmes-Dlspatch are lle
epectfully Invited to Consider the
Stronn Faculty and Modern Equip?
ment of Richmond C-jllene.
The professors are specialist? in tlielr depart?
ments, and their ahlllty is guarantee of thor?
ough teaching. Residente of niellinomi may eas?
ily assure themselves thnt they have at their
doors a college of high standard?, where they
may educate tlielr sons nt ?mull cost.
Courses In English, Ancient and Modern tjin
gunge? mid Literatures. Mathematics, the
RdcncoR of Nature, Philosophy, History, und
taw lead to the degrees of ?1. ?., 11. ?.. ?. ?.
nnrt ?. it,
Tho prealileiit or professorH will bo glad to
call on resiliente of Itlehmond. Bosslon begin?
Sept. 21th. l'or catalogue nnd sketches of
Piesldent ?. W. BOATWRIOHT,
Nolley's School for Boys,
Retween Orace and Franklin,
George Merrllt Nolley, Principal.
'i'he fifteenth session of this school will
begin Wednesday, Septembor 23d.
New pupils enrollod September 21st and
Propares ooys, for colleges and univer?
sities. Sohool limited to fifty boys.
Catalogues at tho book-stores and
Chelf'a Drug Store,
Address of principal, No. 113 North Fifth
A iaetiutiful school for girli. After thn biglie?! Vir?
ginia standard?. Ideili climate and looation. Moderai?
rites. Modem ciiiipiiii-iit Illustrated catalogue froe.
ARTIIUIt KYI,*" '?AVIS. A. il., President.
UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA.
It Is the Capstone of the Publie School
System of the State. FREE TO VIR?
GINIANS In the Acndemlu Oepartmunt.
LETTERS, SCIENCE, LAW,
Session begins 1BTH SEPTEMBER.
For Catalogue address J. W. PAGE,
Chairman, CbarloltcavUlo, Va.
VtkQlNIA (ner.r Wnrrenton).
A Cavalry and Infantry Sohool lor
Youths and Young Man.
ProbftroB for tho LcnilltiK UnlvoMltled
for HtinliiosB nml for tlio Govurnineti*
AontlotnloFi, Only (?i inline from Washing*.
ton. nini Convunlont for llioeo who wish to
who wish shoolnl Instruction for thai; pur?
lioso, Tho only Otivnlry School In the
South. For iiartlotilarB ami Illustrateti
Ninno this pnpor, THJfi SKOHWTAUT
Departments of Medicina, Dentistry
Tlie Blxty-aUlh Session Will Commonoe
??????3???5?? 20, 1003.
Well equipped Labora tories. Splenditi Hospital
I'sclllllca unti Alniliilniice of Clinical Muti-rlsl
Alfnril Hxi'olleut Opportunltlea for
Tuition Fees nnd Living Jlipensoe nro Moderate,
'?or aiiliouncement nnd further particular?, ad.
drc.a ?, | I/am
UHRISTOPHER TOMPKINS, M. D,, Doom
Itlch monti, Va.
VIRGINIA POLYTECHNIC INSTITUTE
(State Agricultural and Mechanical College)
AT BLAOKSUURO, VA.
A SOUTHERN INSTITUTE ?G TECHNOL00T,
Koriy-llvo InMlructors. Thoroughly equipped
Shops, Laboratorien nnd Infirmary. Farm nf
four hundred acrea. Stoam heating and electrio
light? In dormitories. Degree courses In Agri?
culture, Horticulture, Civil, Mechanical and
Electrical Engineering, Applied Chemistry nnd
General Science. Shorter coursed ln Practical
Agriculture and Practical Mechanic?. Total
cost of session of Nino Mon the, Including
Tuition and other fees, Hoard, Washing, Text*
Hooks, Medical Attotidance, etc., nliout $1(15.00.
Cost to State nttidriita about $105.00. Next ?e?.
aion begin? Sept. 21at, 100.?.
For catalogue uiul other Information apply to
J. H, M*BRYDE, Ph. D? LLD.. President,
St. Albans School for Boys
Nenr Nnd'ord, Va. Session Opens Sept. I?
On a e?-acre tract, 2,000 feet above sou
level, In the blue grass region of Virginia;
fitted with ovory modern convenience;
eleven years of successful work; on main
line ? of Norfolk and Western. Address
for information nnd catalogue.
W. H. RANDOLPH. Headmaster,
Thn IJSth session will Open Wednesday,
September 9. 1903.
Four courses of Instruction, leading to
tho degrees of A. B.. B. S., B. It, and
?. ?? , Nine professors and Instructors.
Healthful location. Moral surrounding?.
Kor catalogno, apply to
RICHARD M'lLAVAINE, President.
Hampa en-Sidney, Va.
3 BAST GRACE STREET.
Opens SEPTEMBER 2315.
MISS SUSIE P. MORRIS, Principal.
Miss Margaret Lee. Assistant
For information apply to the principal,
412 West Main Street
EPISCOPAL HIGf? SCHOOL,
NEAR ALEXANDRIA. VA.
L. li. BLACKFORD, ?. ?., Principal
FOR B0Y8?Session opens September 2;td, 1008.
Kstibllshed In ISM.
CATALOGUE ON APPLICATION.
Eighteenth annual session begins Octo?
ber 1, 1903. Prepares for University, for
Collego or for Business. Terms reason?
I. N. MAT, Principal,
Oakland, Louisa county, Va.
SCHOOL OF EXPRESSION,
Mrs W. E. Thurston, B. E., Pri-i.
A school of aesthetic culture, offering
superior advantages In elocution; phya -
cal culture, dramatic reading, pantomimo,
fencing, Catalogue sent on application.
17 South Third Street, Richmond, Va.
Miss M. Cary Laws' Muslo Ckss
will resume lessons on Monday, Scptem
ber 21. 1W3, at 10S East Main Stroet. Thos?
who have not already, spoken for hours
?will please apply promptly.
BEGINNING WITH TUESDAY, SEP?
TEMBER 1ST, CONTINUING
THROUGH TO THE 15TH,
I WILL TEACH ANY PUPIL OF THB
GBAHMAR AND ARITHMETIC
At my Residence, 1210 WEST MAIN.
Terms, $3.00. Hours, 3 to 6 P, M.
NANNIE T. PEGRAM.
'THE COLLVER TOITRB,"
Nest patty leave* In October by tho
splendid lie?' litiiniBlilp ".Siberia," vis?
itili?; Honolulu. Japan, t.'tilnn. Manila.
Malay Peninsula. Ceylon, Southern and
Northern India. Ben", etc. , , _-- ?
Distinctive diameter. Hxcliulvo Feature,?.
Mr. follver will accompany ?his party
I1C?:m"rt,"d Parties and especial facilities
for liiilepenrtcnt travelers to Japan.
Itineraries on request.
LEON L COLLVER,
MS Dor Is ton Street, Postoli, Mass.
IN THE WEST? ?LMTRIC
lARDELLA'S PAND FROM 4 TO 6 AND
8 TO 10 O'CLOCK.
A cool ride to and from the park and
a pleasant afternoon or evening spent
listening to tho hand Is tho Inducement
(Southern agents for the Improved Bat?
Corliss Engine Machinery, pump-?, Hell?
ing, Steel and .Wood Pulleys, Shafting
and Hangers, Railroad, Mino, Mill antj
.Contractors' Supplie?, Ellnt Koto Roafln?,