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Dcfeat Carollna Farmcrs by
Score of 6 to 0.
GAME A BATTLE ROYAL
Only One Touchdown Was Made, and
in Second Half Neithor Side Was
Able to Score-^Two Unsuccoss
ful Attempts from Field. .
(Speclal to Tho Tlmes-DI?patch.)
LEXINGTON, VA., October 12,-Tho
?leven of tho Vlrglnia Military Instltuto
defeated tho eleveh of the Agrlcultural
and Mechanlcal Collcge, of Rnlelgh, N.
C, on cadct parade grounds here thls
nftornoon, 6 to 0.
Tho game wasa battlo royal from
? tart to flnlsh, but tho Cndets played
the bctter on orfenslvo and defenslvc, nnd
won out. Twiee ln tho flrst half tlio
Cadets essnyed Held goals from the twen
ty-flVO yard line and falled. On tlie flrst
trlnl tho hall struck the goal post and
Slanced off to tho outslde.
Just beforo the close of the flrst half,
johtiKon, by a sonsattonal dash, mado a
touchdown on tho lower corner of tlio
fleld. Ho caukht the ball on tho punt
out for trlal /or goal, and Doyle klcked
goal. Thls was all the scoring done.
Tho Oollege put up a determlned ag
gresslve and defenslve game to wln, nnd
tjie line plunges by Slmnnonhouso wero
Durlng tho second half neithor go;il wns
in danger, ho determlned and llerce was
the playlng of both, nnd the ball was
foi most of the tlme In tho center of the
Tho playlng of Cadets Johimon, Couper,
'? Meroe and Claggett and Colleglans Koom,
'^ndley and Buckley wero fcatures. At
,[. ' THE LINE-UP.
H ;.dcte. ? Potitlonf. College.
Bouper.'},-. ?.left end.Welch, Lykes.
j ciay.center..Hadley, Gaither.
L( f't wich.rlght guard.Wllhnn.
Steele.rlght end....Gulley (eapt.).
Doyle.']ua rterback .Buckley
Touchdnwn-Jolinson. Goal from touch?
down?Doyle. neferee?Mr. McCorkle,
Wnshrngton and Lee. Umplre?Mr.
DvIph, Prlnoeton. Timek<vpers?Captain
Bernard, Vlrglnia Military Institule; Mr.
Devlifi, Georgetowp. Tlmo of halves?
SCRUBS SCORE ON
' } (Speclal to The Tlrues-Dispatch.)
' 'OHAREOTTESVILLE. VA., Oct. 12.
''johnnle" De Saules, the cx-Yalc quar
ter back, reached the TJnlverslty of Vlr?
glnia to-day to epenrt a week with the
Vlrglnia clevcn and asslst Head Coach
Foo ln gfcttihgUhe phryetis ln 'shapd fdr
Saturday'6 gumo with Kentucky Unr
The practice this afternoon wns fast
: MoCammon Uprltfht, $165.'
Hale Uprlght, $250.
Ilaokloy Cablnet Gmnds,
?8oo to tm
Cha*o 13roB.; ln oxcellent
oondltlon?almost new, $UQ0.
693 E. BROAD.
A Popular Price
Tiie Largeit Sollinj*
Brand of Cigars
In the World
nnd snappy. Every man who took part
ln Saturdays' garno agalnst tho Navy wns
ln tho llne-up savo Spates, rlght guard,
who has a sprnlned anklo.
Tho scrub clcvcn, coachcd by De Saulcs,
put up a rnttllng game and took tho
ball iiwny from the 'Varslty after thoy
had gotten wlthln fl'vo yards of a touch
down. Then by good llne plunges and
alded by two fumbloB. the scrubs ad
vanced the ball to tho "Varslty's X, yard
llne, whore Crawford dropped a goal
from field, the only scorc of the nfter?
Staunton Cadet 1 eam.
(Speclal to The TlmeB-Dlspatch.)
STAUNTON, VA.. Oct. 11'.?The cadets
at the Staunton Mllltarjr Academy here
are practlclng ovcry day. and tlils week
will organlze their foot-ball team. Oue
team has been organlzed. and they aio
practlclng now wlth n vlew of plcking
regular men for tho flrst team. Tho
Staunton Military Academy has the larg
est school thls sesslon ever known ln its
history, and will llkoly have the best
foot-ball team It has over had.
Several games havo already been sche
du.ed. They play the Mlller School next
FREDERICKSBURG. VA., October 12.
In the Corporatlon Court here to-day
Judge A. T. Embrey grantod a decrce of
abBolute divorce to Mrs. Irene Fenton
Gebricko from her hushand, Arthur I.ew
is Gebrickc, and she was jfiven the rlght
to use her mnldcn namc. She Is a daugh
ter of Mr. Willlam Stone, of thls clty.
Miss BeviMe, of Richmond, the Bride
(Special to Tho Tlrnes-Dispatch.)
NEWPORT NEWS. VA., October 12.?
Willlam Stacy. of, J-lampton. and Agnes
Bfvlllp, oC :Rlch?nJojiU, to~dayr-eloped to
Elizabcth City county, and wero marricd.
Mlsa Boi-llle has" been worklng in the
milllnery establishment of her husband's
mothor for some time.
PRECEDED HERTO GRAVE
(Speclal to The Times-DIspatch.)
WINCHESTER VA., Oct. 12.?After
seelng her threc hlsbands dead and
burled. Mrs. Margaret Lee died to-day at
the home of her nlece, Mrs. Mary Pope,
in thls clty, aged slxty-six. She was
a Miss Grim, and leaves a very large
number of relatlves,
OPENS IN RALEIGH
General B. S. Royster Made
Opening Address in Place
of Governor Aycock.
(Speclal to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.)
RAL.BIGH. N. C, Oct. 12.?The great
Masnnic Fnir to benefit tho Grand Lodge
Templo opened most ausplclously to
nlght, Grand Maater H. I. Clark, Grand
Sooretary John C. Di?wry and General
B. S. Royster taklng iwrt ln the core
monleR. General Royster roprosented
Governor Aycock, who as preslderit of the
fair was to havo dellvered tho opening
address, but was obllged to be in Greens
bor for tho reunion.
Tho falr ls well up to tho expectatlous
of Its promoters, and Is dolng a big bus?
The Shuford Mnnufaoturlng Company.
of lllckory, to-day flled notice of an in
croase of capltal to $225,000.
A chartor is granted for the Homo Tolo
phono nnd Telegraph Company, of Hen
derson, capltal M.000. Tho Incorporators
aro a number of Southern Bell olflclals, of
Atlanta, and J. D. Cooper, and F. C.
Toppleman, of Henderson.
EMHETT DE PRIEST DEAD
Well-Known Mnn Passed Away Sud
denly Last Night.
Mr. Emmett Ei De Priest, a well
known Richmond man, died suddonly at
11:15 o'clock last night at hls homo, No.
12 South Plno Streot. Ho had retlrod
for tho night and no ono was ln the room
nt the-tlme, Whllo ho had been ln falling
health for some tlmo, htu death wna due
to apoploxy. He retlred at 11 o'clock, and
at H:S5 Mrs. Tompklns went Into the
?room to soe If ho wantcd anythlng and
noticed that ho waa breathing hoavlly.
Sho sent out for somo ono to como in, and
when nelghbora arrived somo . mlnutos
lntrfr he had breathed IiIh lust. D.eceased
lind no relatlves livlng, savo a slstor In
Alabanui. The funoral arrangements hnve
not yet been made .
Michael D alan.
Informntion hns just been obtalned hero
ot the accidentnl death at Beaver Fnlls,
Pa., on Saturday night, of Mr. Micbnol
iJoiaii, lormerly of thls city.
No detalls of the aocldont otlior than
tho bnro statemeiit that Mr. Poltin waa
klllctl by a traln havo been received. Mr.
Dolnn was an iron-worker by trade. He
waa forty-seven years of ago: nnd w.ia
nnniarriod. Ho leavea a alster, Mrs. EI
len Eyons, and tliren brothers, Meaars,
'I'lioivuis, John und DennlB Dolan, all of
The romalns will he brought to Rlch?
mond for lntormont.
Mrs, Jane E. Mullen.
Mrs. Jane E. Mullen died ut 7:57 P. M.
last Wcdnosday at her ieaidon.ee, No. HK1
West Doigh Street. She was forty-nlne
years of age. She leaves her husband
and slx chlldren, Alma, Nannle. Carrlo,
MOSley, Dafayetto and P. R. Mullen,
The remalns were taken to Llberty
Church, ln Carollne county, for lnter
Mrs. John F. Ewig.
Tlie funeral of Mrs. Eva Nlpo Ewig,
wlfc of Mr. John F. Ewig, who dled at
1:15 o'clock Sunday mornlng at her resi
donce. No. 118 South Fifth Street, will
take placo at 11 o'clock thls mornlng
from the resldenee, conducted by Rov.
W. W. 1-^a.r, D. D., pastor of Centenary
Methodlst Church. The pall-bearers will
be Messrs. T. D. Merrlck, W. Gray Wat
son. James Morton, Edward Alvey,
James Moncure, Charles Spence, Fred.
Gunn and H. D. Pcrklns.
The Interment will bo ln Hollywood.
Mrs. Ewig was a daughter of the late
.Jamog Willlam Nlpo and of Mrs. Emma
Miss Mary Jessie Gibson.
Mlss Mary Jessie Gibson. daughter of
Mr. Wilt'ani Gibson, Sr., dlo3 Ot 7-35
o'clock yesterday mornlng at the repl
dence of her slster, Mrs. S. F. McGhee,
The funeral will take place at 4 o'clock
thls al'ternoon from the resldenee of her
father, No. 12 West Cary Street.
Mrs. Waverly Hurt.
(Speclal to The Tlmes-DIspatch.)
KORKXAND. VA.. Oct. 12.-Mrs. Waver?
ly Hurt died thls mornlng at half-past 5
o'clock. at her homo, near here. after
an illness of several months. Mrs. Hti't
was the daughter of Mr. J. L. Powcll,
and was in the thlrty-fourth years of her
She wan a member of Jonesboro Bapt st
Church. was unlversally popular and be
loved by her many frlonds and Telatlves.
She Is survived by her husbar.d and
three small ch Idren. besldns her parents.
two slsters; Mlsses Fnnnie and Delie Pow
ell. and two brother'. Messrs. Walter and
Rlchard Powell. Her remalns will be
niierred ln the cemetery at Jonesboro lo
W. H. Carner.
1 (Speclal to Tho Tlmes-DIspatch.)
I.YNCHECRG, VA., Oct. 12.?Mr. Wil?
llam H. Carner dled yesterday at hla
heme ln Bedford. aged elghty years. He
ls survived by flve chlldren?J. J. Car?
ner, of Lynchburg; M. H. Carner, of Ken
so; Mrs. A. II. Wrlght and Mrs. P. M.
Kelstor, of Bedford. and Mrs. J. H. Chll
ton, of Vinton. Mr. Carner wan a proml
nent and hlghly esteemed farmer of
Mrs. Harriet Williams Hill.
(Speclal to Tho Times-Dlspatcb.)
WAYNBSBORO, VA., Oct, 12.?Mrs,
Harriet Williams Hill, widow of the late
Charles D. Hill. died here Sunday morn?
lng at the reildence of her son-ln-law,
W. N. Pishburne. Her remains will be
tiiken to Richmond.
The funeral will take place at Graco
Street Presbyterlan Church at 4:30 o'clock
Tuosday afternoon: Interment ln Holly?
Mrs. Elizabeth Saunders.
(Speclal to The Tlmes-DIspatch.)
EEESBURG, VA., Oct. 12,-Mrs. Eliza?
beth Saunders, of Paeonlan Sprlngs. Dou
doun county. dled at 3 o'clock Saturday,
aged nlnety-two years, and Is eurvived
by tcn chlldren.
(Speclal to The Tlmes-DIspatch.)
FREDERICKSBURG. VA., Oct. 12.?
Mr. Thomas johnson. a well kno-wn elti
ezn of Stafford county. dled la~t nlght
at hls home, near Falmouth, aged eighty
two vears. He is survived by two daugh
ters. Mrs. A. W. Wlno and Mrs. Willlam
Snellings, both of Stafford.
(Speclal to Tho Tlmes-DIspatch.)
B1.UEF1EDD. W. VA., Oct. 12.?Thomas
Ijaughter. son of H. B. Laughter. and
formerlv conductor on tho Norfolk and
Western. dled suddenly at the home of
hls father. in thls clty, last nlght. He
atrived here Frlday from Brlstol halo
Heart .trouble Is BUpposed to be the
causo of' hls death. Hls body will be
taken to Brlatol. where he leaves a wife
and two chlldien.
Mlss Minnie Frazier.
(Speclal to Tho Times-Dispatch.)
BLUEFIELD. W. VA.. Oor. 12.?Miss
Minnlb Frazler. daughter of Rev. J. Tyler
Frazler, dled at her homo yosterday of
typhold-pneumonla fever. She was aged
twenty-four years, and a eoclety leader
of the clty.
ATKIN80.N'.?Dled, October ISth. 1003, st 12:40
A. M.. at her rceldence, ANN113 R? boloved
wlfc nf Captatn Oharlca S. Atklnaon.
Notlce of fuueral will be Kivcn later.
EWIU,?Dled, nt the reMdcneo of her liunband,
No. 118 South Fifth Slreel, rtt 1:16 o'clock
Sunday mornlng, BVA NIPB, belpvod wife of
John F, Ewig, nnd dniiRliter of lira. Kiumn
J. und the late Jhuics Willlam Nlpo.
Her funerul will takn plucu from th? roal
donea this (Tuo?aarj MOHNINO at 11
O'clock. Interment In Hollywood,
OlilSON.?nied, In I,}-iicbbiirg, Va., October
12th nt 7:3S o'clnck A. M? at the houie of
hrr Hlster, Mrs. S. F. Mcfjeliee. MARV 1ES
Kli; tililSON, daughter of Mr. Willlam Glbsou,
'Ilio funeral from tlie realdonre of her
father, No. 12 West Cary Street, nt 4 o'clock
Tho worst caaes of Asthma ln tho world
Buccumb readily to thoonogroatcure that
novnr falls. Dr. Rndolph KchlfTmann's
Astluna Cure almost porforms ralraclos.
Mr, K. M. Sponcor, 1^380 Vormont
avonuo, Tolodo, 0,, says: "Asthma, haa
been growing on mo for 3 years, untll last
bumiiiiT tho attacks bocamo sosevoro that
many nlghts I spnnt half tho tlmo gasp
Ing for broath. Doctors seomed toglvo no
rollef whatover, andl folt thora was no
hopoformo, wliou a drug clork recom
imuiileil your Asthma Cure. Its efloct is
truly muglcal uml glvos comploto reliot ln
from 2 to 5 mlnutes."
Sold by all druggUts at SOo and il.00.
Hend "c stamp to l)r. H. fcJchiffmann, Uox
i393, St. 1'iiul, Miiin., for a freo euuiplo
Tho Argument Opencd and
CLAIM OF SELF-DEFENSE
Tho State's Attorney Agreed that Skin
ner Struc* Haywood, and When He
Turned to Defend Himsalf Hay?
wood Fired Fatal Shot,
(Rpiclnl to Tiie Tlfflc?.DI?t>atch,J
RATjEIGH. N. C.i Oct. 12.?Two argu
ments and pnrt of a tMrd woro made
to-day ln tho Haywood-Sklnncr tnso,
and tho argument will contlnuo to-mor?
row, perhaps reachlng Into Wcdncsday,
unlens thero la a night scsslon. The
Judge's chargo will probably como Wcd
Senator Horbcrt E. Norrls oponed for
tho Stato thls morning, and In hls argu?
ment ugreed that Skinnor had struck
Haywood; that after the flrst shot had
reached for hls plstol, nnd urgcd thnt ns
ho turned to defend hlmself Hnywood
had flrcd tho fatal second shot. Ho rc
vlcwod tho evldence of wltnesses for the
dofense, nnd upon thls based hls thcory.
Colonel S. G. Ryan, in hls argument
for Haywood, clalmed self-defcnse and
cxhlblted Sklnnor's ciothes to the Jury.
He held that the first shot was fatal,
nnd thut Haywood Bhot only to save hls
Senator Donnell Gilliam, for the State.
had not concluded when court adjoumed
to-nlght. Hc hnn taken up the evldence
of Simms, leading defcnso wltnoss, and
declared it substantintos the theory of
tho Stato. He ls re'dewlng every polnt
and hls argument ls thnt Hnywood
showed malice and dellbcratlon. lt Is a
Btrong one for tho Stato.
Tho final speechea will be from Cap?
taln W H Day for tho defcnso, Sollcl
tor Daniel for tho State, and Colonel T.
M. Argo for the defensc.
On applicatlon of the North Carolina
Land and TImbor Company .Tudge Slm
onton, at CharJeston, S. C, has appolnt
ed a recelvor for a cataloocheo lumber
company, In.' Haywood county, N. C.
Tho Cataloochee company had contracted
to purchase from tho complainant com?
pany land valued at moro than $600,000,
but failed to meet tho obllgntlon. The
company's llabilitles are somethlng llko
Negro Girl's Clothing Caught Fire at
(Speclal to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.;!
ROCKY MOUNT.. VA., Oct. 12.?Rosa
Turnbull, a negro glrl'twenty yearu of
age, had her dress to tako flre at an
apple-holllng in thls ? county Saturday
night' bist and waa-bumed to a crisp
before hor clothlng ebuld be taken off
of her. Sho surviyed her lnjurles but a
Three old cltrzens of .thls, county died
Frlday and Saturda-y," andr 1t is a slngu
llar colncldence . that. .tbe .remains of
each one were buriefl on yesterday, Sun?
The supervlsors of tfils county let the
contract several montlis ago for vaults
for the clerk's, offlce here. The work
has just been completed, accordtng to
contract and speciflcatlons, at a cost of
$5,450, nnd will be received from the
contractors by the btilldlng committee
A Factional Fight Among
the Negroes Believed
to Be the Cause.
(Speclal to Tho Tlmes-Dlspatch.)
CHATHAM, VA., October 12.?For the
thlrd tlmo ln loss than two years the col?
ored publlc graded school, noar here, was
burned Monday morning. Eaoh time the
flre was of Incendlary origin, and oc
curred near tho boglnning of tho ses
A factional fight has beon on some time
among the negroes, and it is believed that
enomies of Uie teacherB dld the burnlng.
The present teachers have never taught
this school before.
ARE HERE FOR
President Spencer and Direc
tors of the Southern on a
Tour of Inspection.
Prosident Snmuel Spencer and several
ot tho dircctors of tho Southern Rallway
aro ln the clty to attend tho r^inual
meetlng of tho compnny, to bo hold this
morning at 10 o'clock.
They arriVcd lato last night from Nor?
folk, will attontl tho mootlng this morn?
ing, Inspeot the companyfs tormlnala
ihere, and leave nt 2 P. M. for polnts
The dlroctors are on a. trlp of Inspection
ovor the linea between Washlngton, Rlch?
mond, Norfolk. Atlanta, Blrmthgham,
Chattanoogtt, Knoxvilla and Aalievllle.
Thoy left Wnflhlngtou Sunday morning
und will be out a week, roturnlng to
Waahington next Sunday, Loavlng Wash?
lngton, thoy Inspectod tho doublo track
botween Washlngton und Orango .and
conslderod extenslvo improvemonta pro
poaod for tho noar futuro between
Orango nnd flreensboro. They apent Sun
duy night at Greensboro and yestordny
Inspectod tho company's terniinals at
Plnnor'a Polnt. They took dlnnor ln
Norfolk with a number of local buslnoss
men nnd camo to Rlchmond on a late
Tho dlrectors wlth Mr, Spencer aro
Mr. H. O. Falinestock, vleo-presldent of
the Flrst Natlonnl Bank of New York;
S. M. Inman, of liiman. Swnnn and Co.;
Adrlan Iselln. vleo-presldent of tho Guar
anty Trust Company of Now York; E. P.
Randolph, dlroctor ln Iho Mutuul Elfe
Inaurance Compuny. nnd Jamos I, Wood
wnrd, president of the Hanover Nutiotml
Bank. Others ln the party are Messis.
Bruce Webstor, Rouben Foster. Alfred.
P. Thom, Falrfax Harrison. S. I.
and C. H. McManu*
Auction Sales?This Day.
By John T. Goddln & Co.,
Real Estato Agents and Auctlonenrs,
Bank and Eleventh Btreets.
OMMISSIONERS' AHCTION SALE
OF TWO DESIRARLE, CENTRAL
ly loeated brlck ciwelllnfc!!, on Nlnth
Street. between Clay and Mafshfill
Btreets; also two vnlimhln Iots In county
of Henrlco nt southcast cornrr Clay
Street nnd Hermitngo Rond, near the
shops of the Richmond. Frederlcksburg
and Potomac Rallroad.
In exec.utlon of rlecrca of tho Chancory
Court of tlio clty of Richmond, ln the
cacs of Wlngo, Ellett & Crump Bhoo
Companv, et als, agalnst A. h. Snepherd s
admlnlsirntor, &c. the underslgned spe?
clal commls.nlnners, will sell, at publlo
auction, on tho premlrcs,
TUESDAY. OCTOBER 13, 1903,
at * o'clock P. M.: flrst, tho nbuvo men
tloned two 2-story and bnsement brlek
flw<<li:->gs on east slde of Ninth between
Clay and Marshall Streets known as
Nos. 411 and 413 North Nlnth Street. Tlieso
dwellings contaln 7 and 8 rooms each,
respectlvoly. with bath, range, &c. In
good ropair and aro occupled by flrst -
class tenants. For a good paylng invpsi
ment this property otfers many aclvati
tages. Second, Say at 5 o'clock P. M.
tho above mentloned valunblo parccl of
land lying and bolng ln countv ot Hen?
rlco, at southeast cornor Clay Street nnd
Hermltnge Road, frontlng on south sitia
of Clay Street, 176 leot, and ruiinlng back
between lrrogular line* about 153 roet to
an pllcy nnd deslgnated as lotB 7 to 11,
both 'ncluslvc in plan of Duncan Lodgo.
Tho accoasiblllty of these lots to the R-.
F. & P. R. R. shops render them very
vnluablo, elther for a plant or home
sltes. A plattjf tho property can bo soon
at offlce of the auctloneora.
TERM8?Onc-third cash, balance upon
a credit of 6, 12 nnd 18 months from tne
day of sale, evldenccd by negotlable
notes. with Interest added, and tho tltle
retalne.d untll tho purchnse money ls
paid, and a conveyance ordored by the
court, or all cash at the optlon of tho
purchaser. ^ CUTCHINS
WM. J. LEAKE,
The bond requlred of ths speclal com
mlsslonors by tho above decree hns b?en
octMds' CHAS. O. 8AVILLE.
Gco. W. Mayo, Auctloneer.
CONTRACTORS' AND MOVER3'
TOOLS. AND IMPLEMENTS, ftC,
I will sell for account of Mrs. W. A.
O. Coles. In yard of No. 412 North Twen
ty-thlrd Street. at 10:30 A. M.,
TUBSDAV. OCTOBER 13, 1903,
30 Blocks, 10 Falls Tackle. 2 Hoistlng
Crabs, 20 Splko?, 80 Rollers, 60 Jacks, 30
Jack-bars. 10 Crow-bars, 20 Shovels, 15
Pick Axes, 16 Sledgo Hammors, 25 Plpe
Rollers, 8 loads of Blocklng and numer
ous other artlcles.
GEO. W. MAYO, Auctloneer.
Geo. W. Mayo, Auctloneer.
HIGH GRADE FURNITURE. HAIR
MATTRESSES. GAS R A N O 11.
MOCKING BIRD. DRUGGETS, &C, AT
I will sell for account of the ofwner.
who is leavlng the clty, at No. 111 East
Main Street (first flat up-stairs), at 10:3)
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1903,
Oval Glass Front Mahogany Cabinet,
Wlcker Stand. Upholstered Couch. Fancy
Rocker nnd Tables. Pietures. Oak Sde
board and Extonslon Table. Leather Cov
ered Chairs, Oak Desk, Hat Rack. En
nmel and Oak Beds. Cheval and Oak
Burenus. Box and Halr Mattresaos, Oak
Chlffonlere. with Mlrror; Plated Ware,
Table and Chamber Crockeiy, Linen,
Druggets, Carpets, Oil Cloth. Mantol
Clocks, Ornaments, nearly new; Gas
Range. Rofrigerator, Cooklng Utensll3
and numerous other artlcles.
GEO. W. MAYO, Auctloneer.
By A. L. Adamson,
Real Estate Auctloneer,
TRUSTEES' AUCTION SALE
HOUSE AND LOT NO. 117 WEST
By vlrtue of a deed of trust from Ter
rell Spencer, dated May 21, 1902, default
havlng been made ln the payment of four
of tho notes socured thereby, and being
dirccted so to do by the boneflclary. we
will sell at publlc auction, on the prem
1STUESDAY, 13TH DAY OF OCT., 1903,
at 5 o'clock P. M? the above house and
lot, frontlng 80 feet on Twenty-flrst
Street, between Balnbrldgo and Portor
Streets, and havlng a depth of 106.
TERMS?Cash as to costs of executlng
thls trust, taxes, and to pay four past
due notes of J4.00 each; tho balance pn
such terms as will be announcod at tho
StUe' L W. GLAZEBROOK,
E. H. SPENCE,
JO LANE STERN,
Bv Oliver & Jones, Auctlone?rs,
416 W. Broad St.: 'Phono, 22i5.
ROCERY TOP WAGON, NEW MAT
-TING. LACE CURTAINS F NE
FURNITURE. STOVES, &C. WE WILL
8BLIi TO-DAY. AT 10:30 A. M.,
1 Groccry AVagon, 1 Rolls New Mattlng,
ino Palrs New Lnce Curtains, Oak, Wal
n^t andr8other Bed-room Furnfture Ward
robes. Sldebonrds. China Press. 2 Good
Sewii g Machlnes. Mnnte Mlrrors. pdd
Bedstead, Burcaus. Waslptand. Exton?
slon and other Tnblos. Chairs. Mattre. scs,
PnHor and other Heating S.oves. Bod
Lounges, Couchos. also a lot of other
gfods too numerous to mention. Ladles
invlted to aue,ul.v QLIVERi Sale3man.
r C l? ?25 ncreson tho James uivor
rOf o3l6. 10 mllos from Richmond.
GEO. E. CRAWFORD & CO,
803 K. Maln Sb., Clty.
Two up-to-dnto, 10-room, now hrlok dwell?
ings. Ront low.
J, D. CARNHAL & SON.
No. 1916 Grovo Avenue
A new up-to-dato brlok, 12-room dwel
lli.g. Rent fow.^ rARNr0Alj & SON,
1100 East Mnln Btrcot.
pl'YE PER CENT. MONHY
TO LEND ON GOOD RICHMOND CITY
real estate. SUTTON & CO.,
Tenth and Bank Streets.
ARREST FOR THEFT
(Sneclal to Tho Times-DlspatchJ
NEWl'ORT NEWS, VA., October 12.
llenry Eure and i'aul Light. iirtllluryinon
at Fortresa M?nroo, were arroatod to-dav
on the clmrgo of being accessories to the
robbery from the dlsappoaring gun
mounts of a largo amount of leud.
Mlss Niinnle H. Wrlglit, of James Clty,
duiInK tbe Past month, has roturned
WOODWAriD ik dOW
BOUGH ANP DRE68KP
Auction Sales?This Day.
By Follard and Bagby,
R. B. Chnffln & Co., Inc,
Real Estate Auctioneers.
COMMISSIONERS" AUCTION SALE OF
VALUABNE STORE AND DWEE
T.1NG PROPERTY, SITUATBfi NORTH*
BAB* CORNER OF CHURCH HILL
AVBNTJB AND TWENTY-TH1RD
STREET: AESO BRICK STORE. NO. in.
ON WEST SIDE OF MARKET OR
REVENTEENTH HTREET, BETWEEN
MAIN AND FRANKEIN STREET8.
Tn exocutlon of two decrees of tho Lnw
"nnd Ennltv Court of the clty of Rich?
mond. entored March 13. and October 7,
J903. In BUlt of Elzzle Eeesfleld va. Eewt*
Guvernator: also thn undeiBlgncd. will
sell, bv nuctlon, on the premises, on
TUESDAY. OCTOBER 13, 1903,
nt 11:30 o'clock A. M.. the throc-story
brlok atore nnd dwolllng, No. 10 North
Seventeenth or Mnrket Btrest, lot 20x3o
And at 5 o'clock P, M., on thn same
day lnrgo twn-story framo store and
rlwVillng, sltuated northenstcrn corner of
Church II111 Avenue and Twonty-thlid
Streot. Tho lot Is trlangular In shape,
havlng n frontago of 88 feet on north llne
of Church Hlll Avenue. nnd fiO feet on
east llne of Twenty-thlrd Street.
TERMS?One-thlrd cash. bnlanre nt B
nnd 12 months. tho credlt payments to
bo evldenced bv notes wlth 'ntoreit ndded
nnd tltlo rotnined nntll all of the purctiaso
monev ls pald, or all conh, at option
of tho purchiiser. , ,
Both ptocos of thn nbove mentloned
property nre belng offered for tha roa
son that tho commlssloners have recelvcd
up-sot blds on the property slnce the last
snle nnd property will be atarted at tho
nmounts of up-sot blds ns stated ln tho
docreo of October 7. 1003._
A. H. SAND3.
W. CRUMP TUCKER.
Tho bond roqulred by the decreo ln the
nbovo named sult, dated March 18. 1003,
has been dubv given. _
P. P. WINSTON, Clerk.
AUCTION SALES?Future Daya.
By Augustlno Royall & Co.,
Real Katate Agonts and Auctloneera,
Eeader Bulldlng, Manchester, Va. ,
rpRUSTEE'S SALE OF ONE OF THE
1 MOST VALUABLE BUSINES8
81TE3 IN THIS CITY ON WEDNEB
DAY, OCTOBER II, 1903. AT 5 O'CLOCK
P. M. ON THE PREM1SES.
By vlrtuo of a deed of trust, dated Feb
ruary 23, 1889, and recorded ln tha Corpo
rntlon Court for tho clty of Manchester,
Va., In D. B. 10, pngo li), executed to the
underslgned trusteo, and on belng requtred
so to do by the beneficlary, I will sell at
publlc nuctlon, on the day, hour and placo
named above, that exceedlngly valuablo
lot, sltuatod at tho southeast cornor Flf
tpenth and Hull Streots, and frontlng on
Hull Street 83 feet, bo tho same moro or
less, by 105 feet deep. Thls splendid bust
noss site should attract attention.
TERMS?Cash as to expenacs of salo,
taxes, lf any bo duo, and to pay off a
note of $2,500, wlth Interost, from March
B, 1897, tlll pald; the restdue upon terms
announced at aale. By consent of all par
tles much more llberal terms may be
AUOUSTTNE ROYALL, Trustee.
By J. D. Carneal and Son,
Real Eitnte Agents nnil AtucUoncen,
1100 Eaut Maiu Street.
TIICSTEE'S AL'CTION 8ALE OF A MOST
EXCKLLE.NT PWIvLLINO PHOPEKTY ON
Montciro AYcntie, Barton Helghta.
By Tirtuo of n certnln deed of trnat, dated
July 1, 1001, and recorded In Ucnrieo County
Court. clerk'B offlec, in D. B. 162 A, pnge 14, do
fault havlng been made in the paymant of a por
tlon of the debt aecured fhcreby, and barlng
been reuulrcd by .tiie boneflelary tlioreln so to do,
I will, on FK1DAY, October 10, 1B03, at 4:30 V.
M., on tlio prciniscs, procecd to aoll by publlc
nuctlon, the property convoyed thereln, vlz. : All
lluit ccrtaln plece or parcel ot land, wlth all Ira
proTomenta tbereon, lytng and b?lng ln tho coun?
ty of Henrlco, Va., aud coniUtlng of tha north
17 feet of lot No. 2, all of lot No. 3, and tho
?outh 22 feet of lot No. 4, ln bloek "B, In
Bnrton Hclghts. Va. Tbe dwelllng ba? 8 rooms
and ercry neceaaary conTenlence. TEHMS?Caab.
F. WILL, Truatee.
N. B.?An nrrangemont can bo made for long
time lf dcaired. oot 4-lltd
Bv J. B. Elam & Co.,
Real Estato Auctioneers.
COMMISSIONERS' AUCTION SALE
Eighf Lots in Highland
Springs and Two Lots
In cxecutlon of a decrce of tho Law
and Equlty Court, enterod August 14, 1903,
ln the stilt styled Fannlo D. Fuller, ad
minlstratrlx, vs. Prudentlal Banklng and
Trust Company, tho underslgned spe?
clal commlssloners will sell, by publio
auctloni ln front of the Honrlco Coun?
ty Courthouse, In tho clty of Rlchmond,
FRIDAY. OCTOBER 10, 1903,
nt 12 o'clock M., the real estate descrlbed
ln sald decroo as lots Nos. 22, 23, 24, 26,
26, 27, 28 and 29. In block B. sectlon 1, in
the plnn of Highland Springs.
And lmmedlatolv theroafter, tho roal
estate dotcrlbed in the sald decreo as
lots Nos, 95 and 9G In square 20, In the
plan of the town of Woodvllle. frontlng
50 foet ou tlio south llno of Nowbern
Street, and runnlng back between paral
lel linea on tho west sido of Mosby Streot,
120 feot to nn nlloy.
Theso lots nre well sltuated and are
adaptod to small suburbnn homes.
TERMS? One-thlrd cash, balanco at 6
and 12 months. by ncgotlablo notos wlth
Intorost from date of snle, and tltle to be
rotnined until all of purchaso money ls
pald and convoyance ordered by court.
JAME3 LEWIS ANDERSON,
I, P. P. Wlnston, clerk of sald court,
eertlfv that the bond requlrod of the
speclal commlssloners by tho decreo In
tho abovo named cauno of 14th of August,
1903, has been duly given.
Given under my hand, thls 0th day of
P. P. WINSTON. Clork.
By J. B. Elam & Co.,
Roal Estato Auctioneers.
TRITSTBE'S SAI.E OF FOUR BUILD
ING EOTS, IN HIGHLAND BPRINOS.
In exocutlon of a certaln dood of trust
dated Aprll 6. 1903. nnd duly recorded In
tho clerk's offlco of Honrlco County Court
ln D. B. ltiii B. pngo 203, the underslgned
trusteo will aoll, by publlc nuctlm, In
front of tho Henrloo County Courthouso,
in the clty of Rlchmond, on
FRIDAY. OCTOBER 16, 1003,
at 12:30 o'clock P. M., th> four lots, Nos.
23, 25. 27 and 29, ln block P, aeotlon 1, re.
forrod to ln sald dood, nnd as ahown on
the plan of Highland SnringM bulldlng
lots. A copy of the sald plan oan be seen
nt the offioo of tho nuctloneors,
TERMS?One-tblrd cash, balanco at 6
and 12 months, by iiotes wlih Intorost
ndded and socurod by deed of trust upon
the property, or all ln cash, nt the option
of tlu< purohaaer.
1111,1, MONTAGUE. Trustee.
A VALUABEE FARM IN GOOOHLAND
COUNTY, VA., HY Pl.'BLIC
Bv vlrtuo of a deed of trust from Lu
ella J. Crcswoll and hor husband to the
undoiHlgned. dated 20th Fohruary, 1002.
recorded 19th Mnreh, 19(12, ln GOOOhlapd
ors, ls easily tllled and produet ve, lo
catod ln n beallhful sectlon, good ne|gn>
bors and oupvenlent to sehoola and
churchoH: laigo frnma dwolllii^ ai d all
neceaaary out-imlldiniis in good repulr.
TERMS?Cash tuifflelent to detrav ox
penaoa of executlng thls uust nnd to dls
ctiiirgo a debt of j:iS9 wlth interest th?r?
on from 20th dny of l-Vhruaiy, J808, tlll
pald. balaiico on auch teims as will. bo
announced at sale.
C. P. CAROWEEL. Trustee.
Bv J. B. Elam * Co.,
Real Estate Auctloneerg.
THREE STORY DETACHED,
CORHER BRIGK RESIDENGE,
No. 2812 Easf Franklln Stroat,
Frontlng Llbby Hill Park, With
Bv dlrectlon of tho owners, who ar?
solllng for dlvislon. wo shall sell by pub?
11c auction. on the premlses, on
THURSDAY. OCTOBER 15. 190i,
at 4:30 o'clock P, M., tha dwelllng above
referrod lo, lt belng a most aubatnntlal,
well bullt, corner rcsldenco of 10 rooms,
besldes kltchen of 4 rooms, and h.rg?
nnd spacious brlck stabla. The pnpe.'ty
Is well known ob tho resldenco of tho late
Charles J. Fox, and as stntod. fronts Llb?
by Hill Park, and commands ono of the
flnest vlows of any resldenca In the clty.
Tho lot ls cspoclally largo, havmg a front
of 27 feet 8 3-4 Inchos on Franklln Street
by a depth of 155 feet to a wlde alley In
renr. on whlch It front* 28 feet. It la
scldom that such doslrablo property comes
upon the market at sale for dlvislon. and
wo urgentlv rcmiest nll pnrtles Intoreated
to ftttend tho sale promptly,
TERMS? One-fourth cash. balanco at
1 and 2 ycars, wlth Intereat added.
J. B. ELAM & CO., Auctioneers.
By Edward 9. Rose Company,
Real Estato Auctioneers,
fRUSTEES' AUCTION SALE
BRICK DWELLING NO. 1100 NORTH
By vlrtuo of a certaln deed of trust,
dated Soptember 1st, 1898, of reoord la
the clork's offlco Rlohmond Chanoery
Court, D. B. 163 C, page 443, default hav?
lng been mado In the paymont of tho debt
tharoby socured, and belng roqulred by
the bcneflclary so to do, we wtll aell by,
auction, upon tho premlses, on
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1908,
at 4:30 o'clook P. M., the property num-',
bcred aa abovo. The lot iiaa a front of
aHi feet, more or less, and extends baclc
or less, and on the north by a dlagonal
llne 96 feet, more or less, havlng a wldtn
on Its rear llne of 51 feet, more or lesa.
TERMS?Cash aa to expenaes of sale, all
taxes that may be due and past due, and
a noto of $275, wlth lnterest thereon from
September 1st. 1903, tlll pald; tho resldue.
aa may b? named at time of sale.
A. J. CHEWNING,
EDWAKD S. ROSE,
oct 10-td? Trusteea.
By Edward S. Rose Company,
Real Estate Auctioneers.
TRUSTEE'S AUCTION SALE
THOSE TWO ATTRACTTVE FRAMJU'
DWELLING-S, NOS. 1203 AND 1207
NORTH NINETEENTH STREET,
By vlrtue of two certaln doeds of trust.
flrst dated 21st Juno, 1902, and of record
In the olerk's offlco, Henrico County
Court, D. B. 164 B. page 260; second dated
August 15, 1902, and rocorded in sald
clerk's offlce. D. B. 165 B. pago 82, default
havlng' been made in the payment of tha.
debts aecured under both of the abova
deeds, and belng requtred by the benefl
clary so to do, I will aell by auction, upon
the premlses, , on
THURSDAY. 15TH DAY OF OCT., 1903,
at 4:30 P. M.?Flrst, No. 1203 North Nlne
teenth Street. The lot has a frort of 23^4
feet on tho eaat llne of Ninoteen.*" Street,
and extendg back 126 feet 8 lnches to an
alley in common 14 feet wldo, Second,
No. 1207 North Nlnetoenth Street.' whlch
has a llke front and depth and extends
back to sald alley of 14 foet. These dwell
lngs are coraparatlvely now, and ln vlow
of the growlng and preselng demand for
houaes ln thls favored soctlon, we bespealc
a goodly attendance of blddcra.
EDWARD S. ROSE.
Trustee under the both deeds of trust.
? ? ?
By J. B. Elam & Co..
Jteal Estate Auctioneers. ?
COURT SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION
OF THE VALUABLE
THREB-STORY BRICK BUILDINGS
Nos. 733 and 735 Brook Ave.
CORNER BAKER STREET.
With Lot Frontlng 77 Feet 7 inches
ON THE EAST LINE OF
In pursuance ofia dccree of May 21,
1903, In tho sult styled J. S. Moore & Sons.
who sue, etc, vs. O. H. Funston, admlnls
trator, ot als, and A. B. Gathrlght'a guar
dlan va. E. M. Gathrlght, et als, ln the
Clrcult Court of Henrico county. Va., the
undorslgned commlssloners will sell bjr.
publlc auction, on tho premlses, on
WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 14. 1903
at 4:30 o'clock, tho roal estate referred to
In tho -sald decrae as frontlng; 77 feet 7
lnches on the oast llne of Brook Avenue.
and havlng a front of 162 feet on the south
llne of BaKer Street, and havlng a wldth
of 97 feet on Its oastem llne and 164 feet ?
lnches on Its southern llne, and the Ira
provements thereon, conslsting of a<
douhlo three-story brlck atore bulldlng.
havlng two elegant storos wlth granollthlo
floors and good dwelllnga above. Thls
property la well sulted for a grocery atore,
and the largo grounds rendor lt valuablo
for stable purposos or for a wood and
coal yard. The property wlll be sold as a
wbolo or ln separate parcels, oa may seom
best at tho tlmo of aale.
TERMS?One-thlrd cash, resldue ln 8
equal lnstalmenta, payable at 6, 12 and 18
months from dato of sale by notes. wlth
Intereat added, nnd the tltle to be retained
until tho whole of the purohaso rnoney
has been pald and a conveyance ls order
ed by the court; or all ln cash. at the
option of tho purchasor.
ALLEN G. COLLINS.
BEVERLY T. CRUMP,
Speclal Commlsslonera. I
J. B. Elam & Co., Auctloneera.
Thls ls to certify that the bond ln th?
abovo styled sults has boen glveru ? ,
J. E. BROADDUB, Clerk.
O TREET R A I L W A Y. ELECTRIO
i5 L1GHT AND ICE I'LANTS AND
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE. AT PUB?
Moro than slx months' default havln*
been made ln the payment of lnterest on
the bonds of tho Charlottesville Clty ?nd
Suburban Rnllway Company, seeured ln
the deod of trust from sald Rallway Com?
pnny, dated Soptembor 15. 1900, and re?
corded in the clerk's offlce of tfie Cor?
poratlon Court for the Corporatlon ot
Charlottesville. D. B. 11. pages 104 to 117,
and clerk's offlco of the County Court
of Albemarlo county, D. B. 11S, pages 146
to 102, ut the wrltten roqueat of the hold
ers of a majorlty of sald bonds. the un?
derslgned. substltuted trustoei under sald
deed Of trust. will, on
TUESDAY, N'6VEMBER 10. 1603.
at 12 M., at publio auction. at Uie front
door of tho courthouse of Albemarle
County Court, in the clty of Charlottes?
ville, Va., oxposo to sale all the prop?
erty, roal and peraonul, conveyed by sald
deed of trust, consiating In part of the
Street Ruilwuy tracka, wlth all its eidlngs
nini oonneotlona, an Ice Plant and an
Eleotrlo Plant, wlth all Its connectlng
wirea, poles, <fco? together wlth all piivi
legoa, leases, euaomonts. rights, fran
oluaea aml contracls rolatlng and portaln
Ing to aald rallrond or either of sald
planiH; nll equlpmenW, machlnory. plants,
poles, wirea and all property tanglblo and
lutuuglblo used in connectlon wlth sald
rallroad, olggtrlo Hei't plant, lee plant,
,vc; several plecea of Real Estato. somo
lu tho county of Albemarlo, and sonia
lu the eltv of Clmrlotte.svlllo. ospeciully
ubotit Ho ucres of lund along aa-d rall
wuy, on whlch there aro mlnoral aprlnga
and a valuablo hotel htiildlng. ln short
all tho property covered by sald deed of
truat will bo sold. Thls Is valuablo and
TERMS?Aa roqulred by sald deed o(
Halo wlll bo mado aubject to a mort
gage of tho Plodniont Conatructlon and
improvoincnt Compuny, dated Febrtiary
1, 18'JS, to secure $26,0X1, first niortgiige
bonds, und alsio subject to a llen to ?e
curo tho payment for now rulls recontly
bought by sald C. O. & S. Co.
R. T W. DUKE, Jr..
O. GUY KOBINSON,