Elegant Homo Wedding In
Beautiful Wedding In Berryvlil?, Where
Rev. Franklin W, Kenoot Made
Misa Louise CIx Hardosty His
Bride?Wed in Leesburg.
(Bpectal to The Tlmes-DIspateh.>
BARROW'S STORE. VA.. Oct. 28.?
The prottlest homo marriage of the sea?
son was eolsmnlsed' this evening ?t 4:30
o'clock, at the residence of Mrs. Lavinia
Thomas, mother of the bride, when Miss
Eleanor became the bride of Dr. N. A.
Nicholson. The double parlors had been
elaborately decorated with chrysanthe?
mums and whit* ribbon. Messrs. Ben
Jones, Wilbur Webb, Howard Powell
and B. Tom Maddux acted as ushors.
and the following were the attendants,
who filed In In the following ordor: Misa
Alice Thomas with Mr. Hope Kellum.
Miss Carrie Thomas with Mr. Walter
Powell. Miss Llzrle Jones with Mr. aid
Connally. Miss Eva Thomas with Mr.
Charlie Jones, Misa Helen Kennedy
with Mr. Watson Doyle, Miss Sadie
Wallace with Mr. Tom Sam Maddux,
Miss Maria Connally with Mr.; Gregory
Wallace. Miss Bessie Maddux with Mr.
Ashton Thomas. The bride \vas, attired
in a broadcloth golns-away sultana car?
ried chrysanthemums, whilst 'her lady
attendants oarrled ferns, knotted ? with
white chiffon, an? wore white.
Little Edwin and Ruth Webb acted as
Miss Monnle Ward presided at the
The bride Is the daughter of Mrs.
Lavinia E. Thomas, o? Nottoway cou'.ity.
?he has been teaching in Prlnoess Anne
county for the past two years. She Is
quite popular In society here, as was
fully attested by tho numerous and
handsome presents she received.
Dr. Nicholson is the oldest son of Rev.
John W. Nicholson, of the Virginia Con?
ference, end Is a prominent practitioner
In Prlnoess Anne county, having gradu?
ated at the University College of Medi?
cine In Richmond about three years ago.
Rev. J. W. Nicholson performed the
ceremony, assisted by Rev. J. R. Sturgls.
the pastor In charge
The couple left for Creede, Princess
Anne county, where they will reside.
PRETTY U,U\'1kY WEDDING
Marriage of W, T. Long and Miss Ad?
L. Herr/, ^
(Sp?cial to Tne Times-Dispatch.)
CREw?, va., ??. ?.?lyochttuTorin,
the ancestral home of tho i-errys, iu
Lunenturc, was uie scene of a beautiful
marriage last Tuesday, when M.hs Ada
L. Perry, daugmer 01 Judge W. ti. Per?
ry, became the bride of Mr. W. F. Lone,
The parlor, h<ul and dining-room were
beauUluliy aecorated with autu.an leaves.
Opposite the parlor door an impromptu
chancel was lormsd with potted p.ants
and candelabra.. ,.,-.. ? -,
The bride wore white organdy,- elabor?
ately tucked and trimmed w.th clur.y
lacs and veil caught with a spray ot
Wiles of the vahey and pearl pins, wnich
were worn also by the bride's mother on
her wedding day.
The bride aescended the stairs, carry?
ing a bouquet of lilies of the valley with ,
her ma d of honor. Miss Frances Perry,
who was attired in white organdy and
carried yellow chrysanthemums. Tney
were met at tho parlor door by tie
groom and his best man, Mr. John l.
White, of CharlottesvWo.
Misses Mary Jones. Annie Courtney and
Hettle Perry carried wreaths of yellow
and white chrysanthemums, foimlng an
ais;e to the chancel, preceded b.v ?It ,e'
Katharine Perry, nleco of the bride, who
charmingly tilled her posit on as flower
The bridal party entered the parlor to
the strains of Lohengr.'n's w.d-in?
march, which was played by Miss Mar
caret M. Pettlgrew.
During the ceroraony Jannita. the
orlde's favorite air was softly p?ave .
while the Joyful notes of Mende'.sscho's
wedding march announced Ue fact that
the happy couple were one.
The ceremony wae performed by Rev.
H. B. Lee, of Charlottesvtiie.
After the ceremony the guests were
ushered into the dln'ng-room wlrre :t
typical old Virginia supper was served
In ante-bellum style, which eloquently
bor? testimony to the skill of the hes
tess, Mrs. W. H, Perry.
Among the guests present were Mr.
John Marshall, of Detroit. Mich,, uncle
of the bride; Miss Mary Jones, of ? ?
wick; Miss Hellon Bonnie, of Frederlcls
hurg; M es Annie Gully, of No th Car?
olina; Miss Laura Helnjrifcfcauser, !<jf
Riohmond; Miss Margaret M-rpe'tlgrew.
of Woodslde; Mr. Frank J. Sampson, of
Manchester; Mr. Arm6tead Long?, of
Lynohburg; Mr. John L. White, Dr. and
Mrs. John H. Young, of Burkevllle; Mrs.
Frank Fowlkes, and Mr. W. B. Fowlk's.
of Hvde Park: Mrs. Alfred Stables n?-d
Mis' Annie Etab'e*. of Rubernont; Me-.?r?.
Charles N. Dlokinsou and Henry E. Loe,
The numerous and handsome presents
bore testimony to.the popularly of the
Rev, Franklin W. Ke foot Makes Mfss
Loul-e D'x Hardastv His Bride, '
WINCHESTER, VA.. October 28.-MUS
Louise Dix Hafdft?ty. daughter of Mr. R.
D. Hardesty. of Bsrryvllie, was married
at the Baptist Church In that place at
noon yesterday to Rev. Franklin ?v. i-Ctr
foot. of Esse?; county, Va. Rev. Julian
Broaddus, D. D? perform?! the ceremony,
assisted by Rev. T. B. Shepherd, of Ber.
ryville. Va., and the church was hand?
somely decorated and .uled with a Urg?
gathering of friends to witness the event.
The bride entered leaning upon tho arm
o* her father, and wore a gown of green
traveling cloth. She was preceded by her
matron of honor, Mrs. J. R. Hardosty, of
Hsrrlsburg. Pa., wearing blue broadcloth,
The groom was accompanied by hi? bro.
ther. A. Moss Kerfoot, of BerryvUl*. The
ushers were J, R, Hardesty, of Harri?,
burg! J. H. D. Kerfoot. of Berryvill?;
Dr. Lester Hudgins, of R'chmond; Frank
DeG. Hardesty, of Blaeksburg, Va. After
the ceremony th? happy couple left on
? Northern wedd'ng tour. They will re*
?Ida In Eeiex, where the groom Is pastor
of a Baptist Church.
(Special to The Tlmes-Plsnatch.),
LEESBURG, VA., 0 I ??.-Thls after
noon at a quarter of six the Metlvdlet
Episcopal Church was the scene of a
charming woddlng. when Miss Elsie >o??
ris, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ?. ?. ? or?
ris, became the brido of Mr. R. Bruce
Oftdon, the Rev. B. V. Realtor, of Baiti
The Man from Egypt
10 for 15 centi. Cork Tip? or Plain."
, Save the Coupon..
more, officiating, ? Miss Norrls was ac?
companied to tho altar by hor ma'd of
honor, Nflss Jessie Divine, "-.r church
was decorated In palms, ferne niid fhry
ftanthomums. The br'do was gowned In
a golnsr-away dress of blue cloth, with hat
to match, and carried white chrysanthe?
mums. Tho maid of honor wore white ?ilk:
mull, o-tfer white silk, and- carried pink
chrysanthemums. The best man wa? Mr.
J. A. Carr. Of Leesburg. Ushers. Mesera.
J. B- Titus. William Norr.'s, Arthur Di?
vine and John T. Hourlhane. all of Lees
After an Informal receotlon at the home
of the bride's p?rente, Mr. and Mrs, Og
den left for a trip north on th* ni?ht
train. They recoH'ed many beautiful g ft?.
Mr. Ogdsn Is a prominent you"g burin?es
man here, and they will reside in Lees
Marriage of Ch-rl?? D. Wilherspoon
an ' rWss Liura V. J-ms.
/*r*-l?l ti The TIni*-.r>l?ciirrm
PETERSBURG. VA.. Oct. 28.?There
was a brilliant assemblage of guests at ?
the Market-Street Methodist Church I
Wednesday afternoon at ? o'clock to wit- I
ness the marriage ceremony of ' MIps ?
Laura V. Jones to Mr. Charles ?. j
Wltherspoon. The church decorations
were of palms, ferns and chrysanthe?
mums, most tastefully and beautifully
arranged about tho pulpit The follow? ?
ing gentlemen served as ushers and af- !
terwards attended the bridal pair to the |
iltar: Messrs. Henry and Harvey Plum- j
mer, J. W. Friend, of Richmond; Wil- ?
Ham Cuthbert, Eugene Jones, brother
of the bride, and Dr. Frank W. Ha Ins. !
Miss Beatrice Jones, of Baltimore, niece
of the bride, and Miss Minnie Spiller, of
Wythevtlle. were the maids of honor, i
and wore beautiful? gowns of Paris mus?
lin over white taffeta silk, becoming and
stylish hats of..tjhlte'.chiffon, with white j
plumes." aa&r carried bouquets" of pink
oamatione and asparagus ferns. Mr. ,
Alfred Wltherspoon. brother of th> ?,
groom, was best ? man. The bride was ?
escorted to the altar by her brother, Mr. |
George Jones. Her stately and hand- |
some appearance was enhanced by an
exquisite gown of white atollan cloth
built on white silk and trimmed with
duchesse lace, A most beautiful white
hat to correspond completed this elegant :
costume. She carried a shower bouquet ?
of lilies of the valley and whit? roses, ?
The ceremony was performed by Rev. :
S. C. Hatcher, pastor of the church, and
Miss Lucy Weisiger presided at the
organ. Among the out of town guests
were Mr. and Mrs, E. Bradley Jones and j
Miss Beatrice Jones. Baltimore; Mr. and i
Mrs. J. W. Friend. Richmond; Mr. Eu- ?
gene Jones. Richmond; Mr. and Mrs.
Alfred Wltherspoon. Mr. George Jones,
Mrs. Pallen, of Norfont. and others.
Miss Jones was organist of the church,
a most accomplished musician and a
general favorite In social circles. Mr.
Wltherspoon Is a member of the firm.
Virginia Trunk and Bag Company, and
Is exceedingly popular both In soolal and
A PRETTY WEDDING
Miss. Clarke Becomes Bride of Mr
C. B. Arnp'd.
A very quiet wedding waa celebrated
on Wednesday, October 28th, at high
noon, In the home of Rev, Jame? O.
Iilrk. of Laurel, Va., where Miss Minnie
J Clarke became the bride o? Mr, Charles
B. Arnold. The Rev. J. 0. Kirk, pastor
of Bethlehem and Mount Vernon Baptist
-'-?hurchos, performed the ceremony.
[ The bride was gowned In a handsome
gray traveling1 suit, with hat and gloves
to match, while the groom wore the con?
The maid of honor was Miss Belle Talla? |
ferro, of Glen Allen, while Mr. Charles !
Browne Kirk acted as be? man, Miss
Eunice Kirk rendered the wedding march
from Mendelssohn, The parlor wa? deo
orated In roses and cosmos.
Mr. and Mrs. Arnold loft immediately
niter the ceremony on the 15:23 train for
Washington, Baltimore, New Jersey and
other Northern points, and will be at
home to their friends after November
luth at "Poplar Grove," Kins George
The bride Is a lady of unusual gifts, and
, has be?m matron at the Baptist Or?
phanage, galem, Va., for a number of
years, where she has won many friends.
The groom is a well known and popular
business man of King George Courthouse
WfddlPR r arris,
(Special to The Times-PlspMch..)
CHARLOTTES VILLI--, VA., Oct. ?8.-W
Captain and Mrs. James Dlnkan.. of
New Orleans, have lesued Invitatton? to
Hie marriage ot their daughter, Mies
Myriam Cynthia, t? Mr. Ceell Guv Rob?
inson, of the Mlchle Law Publishing
Woodward & Son,
??????, YELLOW PINE,
Hough end Dresiiol. '
Yards Covering Sevan Aora.i
luuin O?icr:?Ninth t? Aroh ?3...,
House, of this city. The redding will
take place on Tuesday. November 10th.
at 8 P. M? at No. 1240 Seventieth Street.
New Orleans. Miss DlnkJns Is popular
In CharlOttesville, she. having frequently
visited the family of Captain Clay Michle
at "The Meadows," rftar the University.
Mr. Robinson, who Is a native of Eng?
land, has been In this section for sev?
eral years. He cam? to Keswlck from
England and afterwards moved to Char?
Interesting Cersmon/ at Laurel Joining
a Pcpu'ar Cru-h.
(Spoetai tv. The Times-Dispatch )
COMORN, VA.. Oct 28.?The marriage
at Laurel, Va., to-day ot Mr. Charles
B. Arnold and Miss Minnie F. Clarke,
of this county, was a great surprise to
nests of the friends and acquaintances
Of the couple, yet there waa nothing of
an "elopement" about It It was known
to some that Mr. Arnold and Miss Clarke
would be married "some time or other,"
for they had been lovers ever e.nce they
were little "school children," but scarce?
ly a third of a dozen people in ail- the
wor.d could even sui mise when the m- ?
r.age would take place?whether t *,
year, next year, ?r the "year after nex?.
The time when and? the place where
the two would te made one was a secret
that the lovers kept with Ideal success,
t-autcl. Va., was selected because Rev.
Jemes ?. Kirk resides there. Mr. Kirk
was pastor of the contracting pai ties
some years ago, when he resided In
King George, and being th? first pastor
they ever had, the spiritual adviser of
tr.eir youth, it was agreed, or understood,
that if they were ever married the cere?
mony should be perfoimed by their first
pastor, if he was living at the time.
Miss Clarke had been at Salem, Va.,
for some time, and came down to Laurel
a few days ago, according to long
formed p.arts, to meet and bo united
with the man of ber choice.
- The couple are widely known, and both,
are deservedly popular in King George
and neighboring counties. Both belong to
good old Virginia families, whose name?
are Inseparably connected with the his?
tory of K'ng George.
Mr. and ? ?. Arnold have gone North
on a bridal tour, and will return and be
"at home" after November 1st. They
will reildo at "Poplar Grove," Mr. Ar?
nold's pretty and cozy homestead, near
historic Port Conway. and about flvo
miles from King George Courthouse.
A number of handsome anil usefulpres
ents are being procured, and will be pre?
sented to the happy pair on ?their ar?:
rival next week, and It is understood
that some elegant receptions will be
g.'ven them?the dates to be fixed as soon
as the day of their return home is defi?
Mr. Ogle Crlsmpnd, of this county, and
Miss Lizzie Rawlett, of Alexandria, for?
merly of this. county, were married in
waihlngton early this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Crismond will reside in
tho national capital cJty, where tho for?
mer has engaged in business.
?. ? ?? . I ? .
(Special to The Tlmes-Dlapatoh.)
DANVILLE".' VA., October 28.?Miss
Empsle Ayers, the accomplished daugh?
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wooding, was
married at hlgn noon to-day to Mr. Frank
Spencer, of Brooklyn. ? ?. T. _Jhe cere?
mony was performed by.Dr. William R.
I.alrd in the presence of only a few
friends of the family.
Mr. and Mrs. Spencer left on the after?
noon train for an extended Northern tour,
(Special to The Tiroes-Dispatch,)
DANVILLE, VA.; October 88,-Mlse
Penelope Walker and Mr, William H.
jenes were married here at? the First
Presbyterian Church this afternoon at 6
o'clock. Mr. Rlohard P. Jones was best
man and Mies Agnes Walker maid of
ronor.? The cburoh was beautiful-/ deco?
rated, and the affair waa one of exceeding
(Special to The Times-Dispatch.)
CHARLOTTESVILLE. VA?. Ootober M.
Mr. Hiawatha Gravea and Miss Phonetta
Alice Clements, both of Albemrale county,
were married.at U o'olook this morning
at the Baptist parsonage by the Rev. John
B. Turpln, D. D., pastor o? the First Bap?
tist Church. Mr? L. Shapero wae the beati
man, arid Mica Lliale Garner. was the
lady attendant. The groom le a farmer"
of the Covesville nelahborhod, where "th?1
couple will reside.
(Special to The Tlmes-DUpatoh.)
FRONT ROYAL. VA.. Oct. ?d.-? pret?
ty horn? wedding took place near hers
to-day, the contracting parties being Mr.
B. T. Compton. of Hinton, W. Va,
Mis? Ree Maddox, of this place.
?Ar. toroptoh is * trasteo: employe of
the Chesapeake and Ohlp Railway. Mies
Maddox^ is the eldest daughter Of Mrs.
Hester Maddox, widow ot Harvey Mad?
(Special to The Tlmea-Diapatoh.).
CULPEPER. VA., Oot 38.-Mf. Chales
St?arns wa* msried this afternoon to
Miss Louise Halsey In St. Paul e E7p e :o &|
Churoh at Mitchells, this county. The
church was beautifully deec-nted, arid
the marriage, whloh waa performed by
Rev. Carter Page, was a quiet affair. The
couple left dlreotly after the oeremony
for a bridal tour.
(Sp?cial to The Tlmes.Dtspatoh.)
KOANOK??. VA., Ot?t. ?8.~-Mr. Wil?
liam p? Ufttrlck, assistant aupoil?ten-,
dent of, the Croser Furnace and Mia?
kau,'*?J.?,, Genieri daughter of Mr. ami
.Mrs, \\iu.arn A. Canw. were mnrrled
to-night at Greene Memorial Church, ,
Rev. C. M. Hawkins officiating. ?-?,"??"' I
Three Trainmen and a Tramp
Engineer and Eolh Firemen Klll.d?
Other Engineer and Era<eman Are
jjSbJnjured?Track Beirg Ripaired.
Danger Sigi al Disregarded, '
fBpeelal to The Times-Dispatch.).
CHARLOTTE. N. C, Oct. 2S,-By an ac?
cident resulting In tho derailment of a
double-header freight tra?, near Besse?
mer City on the ??uthern Railway to-day,
four,lives.-were.lost. The killed are:
"THOMAS J.-PETTUS. engineer.
J. R, ''BIGGINS, AND JOHN THOMP?
White tramp named M'COMBS, of Gas
The Injured are:
C. E. Tate, engineer; P. S. Pfaff, brake
The train, which was a double-header
with two engines, manned by Engineers
T. J. Pettus and C. E. Tate, and under
the control of Conductor Patterson, was
running at a fair rate of speed when it
was dera.led at the switch near Besse?
mer City station. The track at that point
was being repaired by a force bf section
men, and it Is understood that the socicn
foreman contends" that the danger sig?
nals he had caused to be displayed were
not?>heeded. It? Is also said that the negro
flagman sent back to warn the tra.n fall-.
ed to signal It to stop.
JUDGE Pt?EBLES ILL
His Court Be'ng Acjaurned from Day
to Day,?F uncry Company,
(Special to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.).
RALEIGH, N. C Oct. 2S.-The North
Carolina Corporation Commission hau
changed the date for the hearing of the
freight rate oomplatnts of Charlotte from
November 6tb to 'November 4th. as the
.circus Is billed for the former date.
Judge Peebles Is st.ll 111' at his home In
Northampton county, unable to hold
"Wake court, which was to have convened
last Monday. Court. Is being adjourred
frora-day to day by, the sheriff In the
hope that the Judge may recover In time
to hold-at least a portion of the term,
which Is three weeks.
The Secretary of State charters the
?Wake Forest Foundry Company, of Wake
Forest, this co?ntyv'wlth a capital of
$100.000 authorized, and $10.000 subscribed..
John G, Dunn Ik onetof the principal In-,
The North Carolina Medical ? Associa?
tion of negro physicians, surgeons ard.
? pharmacists met to-night In Shaw Uni?
versity, the session"!'to continue ? runtll
Thursday night.. Dt.t M. T. Pope,, of Ra?
leigh, is president,:-artd Dr. J. L. Bulioek.
of Greensbaro. secretary. ?
The programme in?ludos'th? reading of
a . great number. qf-?RWtessIonal papers
and discussions.th'ero?fi.;7. '-.'.
A summary just fobt?d:up by. the regis
ter of. deeds shows that* the'^fotar State
and county taxes to be collected bvAval>e
county for 1803 Is $1"0,50S.39..
Deputy Sheriff H. H. Jones, of Hertford
county brought a nejxo convict to th*
penitentiary to-day to serve ten years for
?attempt to commit criminal assault. :.
Not In six years has there been so much
cotton on. the Raleigh market as there
was to-day when S6S bales were si|d by
farmers from the surrounding country.
The great Influx Is on account of the
advance to.ten cents,, the price for wu/c-h
there is ? concerted action on the par? of
a number of the moro extensive planters !
throughout this section- to hold their cot?
ton. ; Several planters seen to-day . fad
they are holding their crop for twelve
and one-half cents. '. which they believe
will be reached e???. according to the
present crop Indications.
WAS TURVED LOOSE
Judge Allen Obj ids to th9 Stits Doing
Pr>|l-A Du'" f-~ R\l!r'>?'K
(Special to The Tlmea-Dlspatch?)
GRE&aSBORO, N.vC, Oct. ?.'?.-Cap?
tain R. P. Johnson, of Asheville.. govern?
ment civil engineer, who succeeds Cap?
tain Wlrislow, recently transferred, ar?
rived here last-night, and this, morning.
In' comoany with Major Morehead, prest-,
dent of the GuUford Bittle Ground Com?
pany, went out to the battlefield'to In?
spect the fieli and view tho location
which had been agreed upon by Presl
1 dent Morehead and Captain Wlnslow for
the Nash and Davidson monument?, "?re
work of erecting these monuments by ;
the gox-emment bas been delayed on ac?
count of ,tho change-in officer's In the
survey department, but active steps will
now be taken to have the ten thousand
dollars appropriated by Congress to
build these monuments, expended for
J. C. Herring, of the Herring Artiflolal
Stone Company, of " Charlotte, has en?
tered into a co-parnier^hln with Messrs.
Sam Brown and w. to. Crater, of this
olty and the new firm will tnanufac?
ture artificial stone? and do a general
wholesale cement business.
A young man droned in the uniform of
a marine was tried before Judge Allen
to?d?v for.beating trains.
... Judge , Allen, discharge him. saying
'that" he "could riot understand a law
'which''mi'de"the State and county do
police";duty ?'for railroads. Solicitor
Brooke read the act which was passed
by the Geniral ???embly, of 1S0O... rne'v?
irig It a misdemeanor for any person
to? ride on a train without paying fare,
unless by the consent of the oonduetor
or permission Of the engineer. Judge
Allen ?a'd that under such a law any
one could go through a train and arrest
nounoed that in future cases of this kind
the state would hive to prove by wit?
?esses that defendant had not had per
mission ot conductors or engineers to
Bx-Congressmnn Thomas Settle, of
* DANDRUFF* DONT"wA~6h"OUT~
The Germ That Cauo.o tt Ha? to Be
Destroyed, to Cure Dandruff,
Many a. woman spends an hour twloe
a week scouring her scalp, thinking thst
by scrubbing off the scurf she will cure
the dandruff. Two hour? a week, at the
age of 4- years, she has spent .80 days
of U hours eftoh, or two-thlrde of a year
of her*life, In that vain, hope; valn.be? ?
ceueo v?u rsn't cure dandruff without
Hilling the dandruff germ, and the only
bah? preparation on earth that ?ill do !
that Is Newbro's "Herpicld-i"--aleo ft de?
lightful hair dressing, ?nu thorough an?
tiseptic against oil ut-uiaglon from use
of other heir brushes. Sold by loading
druggists, Send 10c. tn stamps for ?am?
ple to The HerpicU-a. Co., Detroit- Mich.
Owens & Minor Drug Co., Special A?entts. )
AUCTION SALES?This Day.
FOR SALE AT UKION HOTEL,
THURSDAY, FRIDAY ana SATURDAY
FROM 9 A. fil. TO 4 P. M.
Don't m ss the ohanoe for a Gargaln
New Suits, with Spring and Mattress,
from tlfi.60 to ?22.00.
I win offer for sale the following arti?
cles: Range, Druggets, Hall and Room
Carpets, House Furniture and Furrlshlngs
of every description; Electric Fans, An?
nunciator and Electric Appllinces. large
Safe. Toilets, Pipe, Gas Future? and
Plumbers' Supplies; In fact, anything a
well-equipped hotel would be likely to
have will be offered for sale. Don't miss
the chance for a bargain, as everything
must and will be sold regardless Of cost
ana at an expected great sac ilice.
EDGAR ALLAN. Jr.
Wm. B. Flzzlnl Company.
Real B'tftte Agents a"d Auctioneer*.
' Tenth and Bi.k Str.et>.
G OMMISSIONEBS' SALE OF NINETY
*-- EIGHT LOTS. JLST WLST OF THE
CITY LIMITS IN HENRICO COUN.Y.
IN THAT PART THEREOF K.nOWN
AS "LISBURN." _
Pursuant to a decree of the Riehm nd
Chancery Court, entered <-n Oj o er 23.
1903. In the suit of Matti ew Gil .-now, wno
sues. &c plat, tiff vs. the Llsbur., ? and
Company of Richmond, V rg nia, d?n?
ant, we will sell at public audio.?, on the
?remises, beg nnlng on
HUR8DAYT OCTOBER THE 2DTH. 1903.
at 4 o'clock P. M.. and cont nu.ng until a 1
firopsrty is' sold, he follow ..? 1 t f
and in the plan of "LIsburn." in Henrlco
county. Virg nla, viz.: Tne 9S lots eon
on the sa.d plan as ?ylng on the we.it ? de
of Gllmour Avenue, as M\jws: Nib.
IS, 18. 20. 23 to 47 (both .ncluj.vt). 16 to
IOS (both lnclu ive). 185 to 161 ( ota In?
clusive). 193 to 2? (i,o.h ii.clue ve) uid
These lots, wh ch lie directly In the li a e
of the city's growth, are slt.ated ??
Grove A\-enue. Hanover, ivy anu Ks. -
slngton St sets, and PettTscn Aven ?,
and have an average frontage of 40 f et
and over, and a depth of 179 feet and j
Inches. Th se avenues and s r eu ?ri
all opened and ded c.i'ed, and t ?< ? ale
should command the attention of ull tho e
seeking: sites for suburban h mes. or who
desire to invest in good r?a est it , w tb
a view to rapid enhancement In values ,?
tho near future.
The sad lots will be offered for elle
separately, or in parcel . or as a w. ol ,
as may appear m-st Judl?lous a h ?
time of the sale All sale w 11 te m de
seb.lect to the <.onf.rmation of the court.
TERMS-One-tnlrd cash and th?? bil?
ance at 6 and 12 months, w t.i m rest
from ?ay of sale, evidenced by t..e pur?
chaser's negotiable notes, secured b a
deed of trust on the land, or all cash, at
the option of the ??? cha^e-.
?. K. FRANKLIN.
BEN T. BARRET.
Special Comm-s.? oners.
The bond reou'red of the Siecial Com?
mI?sioner6.by the above decree ha-s been
duly ????. .
.'-.'-. CHASi O. SA VILLE. Clem.
oct-24vtds. ". 03 ?,-... :?'..'
..'. ' Ey ?. J. Chewnlng Company,
G OT 64 8-13 BY 115 FEET TO 20-FOOT
.*? -.alley, on east side Seventeenth Street,
between Venable and Carrlngton Streets,
adjoining the new Connecticut Pie Com?
-THURSDAY. OCTOBER 79. 1903,
AT 4:30 P. M.
SPLENDID BUSINESS LOCATION.
Come and get It, perhaps at a great
sacrifice to the present holder and profit
? A. J. CHEWNING, Auctioneer.
\; I R G I ? I A.-IN THE CHANCERT
* COURT OF THE CITY OF RICH
MOND. THE 23D DAY' OF OCTOBER,
Benjamin F. Nelsz. Administrator, etc..
Barbara Nelsz et als.Defendants.
It appearing to the Court that an ac?
count of the transactions of RonJamln F
Nelsz, Administrator of the estate of
Charles Nelsz, deceased, and of ah debts
and demands against the'? estate of the
said Charles Nelsz, deceased, has been
taken and 'filed In the clerk's office of this
court.in this suit, and that more than one
year has elapsed slnre the qualification of
the sAld Benjamin F. Nelsz as Adminis?
trator-of the said Charles Nelsz, docoased.
on .'motion of Philip L. Nolsz._one of Uio
distributees Of 'the said - Citarles Nelsz,
deceased, it is; adjudged, ordered and de?
creed that all ?realtors of. the said Charles
Nelsz. deceased, and al! persons asserting
nny demands' against said decedent's es?
tate, do show cause, If any they can, be?
fore this court on the? 10th day of DE?
CEMBER. 1903.: why the court should not
require the payment and delivery of the
decedent's estate to -his distributees by
iho Administrator'Of the said eslat?? with?
out re?ulrlmr refunding bonds.
CHAS. O. SAVII.LE, Clerk
S. S.,P. Patteeon. p. q. oct 29-law4t
Ashevllle. arrived last night to appear
^>'lth Mr. G. S. Bradshaw In the defense
of Will Headen. a negro, indicted here
for murder, whose case is set for trim
to-morrow. Headon's father Is an old
family nearro. and is a faithful employe
of Mr. Settle at Ashevllle, where he
want with hltn from Greensboro.
A Happy Country Wedding In Hanovzr
(Spedai to Tho Tlmes-Dlspatch.).
ASHLAND. VA., Oct. 3S.-The grand
old homo of the Winstone, tn Hanover
county, "South Wales," Vesounded with
the merriment of a beautiful wedding
party this afternoon when Miss i nne
Winston, tho elder daughter of Mr. E.
P, Winston, waa married to Mr. ?ercival
T. Rowland, a well known barrister of
Sault Ste Marie, Canada.
The fiirmii ceremony was solemnised
in the historio old St. Paul's Church, at
Hun^ver Courthouse, by the Rev, S. 8.
Henburn. at 6:30 P. M.
The bride was handsomely attired in
white silk en train and oarrled lilies of
the valley, and was attended by her
sister,'Mi's. A. E, Rlohirdson, ae matron
of honor. Mr. W. R, Smith, of Canada,
a'slcted th* croo'-n ? a best man,
Mr. end Mrs, Rowland left on the eve?
ning train from Ashland In the midst
of a large gathering of friends from here
for s-?ult Ste Marie, Canada via Now
The following acted as ushers: Roger
T, Gregory. New Kent county; I. N.
VAii<rh-?n. Ashland. Va,; W. 8. Wight,
Richmond. VftYj Clersnce Taylor, Hin.
over Courthouse; Charles K. Coulling,
Richmond. Va.; Thomas R- Winston,
FELL DOWN A SHA FT
Poetofflco Broker O > ?, but Burglars
Fri??M ned /w'v,
(Special to The Tlmes-DIspatch.).
CHATHAM, VA., Cot S5.~Davld CJi?e?
holm, of Toshes, while at work at e
barytes mine in Plttaylvanla coun'y. fell
down the shaft ninety feet, striking on
h!i abdomen. When picked up lie was
bleeding at the mouth and had Buffered
torero Internal injuries, which it la
feared will prove fatal,
The poetofflce at this place was broken
into Tuesday night, The front door wrs
prized open with a bar of iron taken
from the shop of G. C. Giles. The midd-e
door lock was broken, but before ent-ance
w?s effected It Is beloved the burglars'
w?re frightened.uway by some one pass?
AUCTION SALES?Thi* Day.
Bv MeVoigh A Gllnn.
Real R?tato Auttloreers,
,/No. 1113 Rast Main Street.
Publio Auction Sale
Nos. 914 & 9!4 1-2
St. James Street.
At the tequeet of the owtiw. we will
offer for ?ale. upon the prem s?, on
THURSDAY. OCTOBER 29. lBC*. AT 4?0
the frame dwelling, No. 814 St. James
Street, and the brick dwell ng. No. D14 1-3
St. James Street. Tho lot fonts "0 fett
on the west side of St. James Street and
runs back between parallel llnej HO f e .
The attention of investors is tpsclaiy
called to tills sale, as properly on the
street, in this locality, Is always cccu
p ed by a good class of tenants,
TERMS?Very Uberei ar.d announced at
MeVEIGH & GLINN,
By N. W. Be wo.
Real Estate Auctioneer.
*-?. OF THE
ATTRACTIVE TWO-STORY FRAME
DWELLING HOUSE NO. ft;! NORTH
In execution of a decree o? the Chan?
cery Court of the city of RluTimocd, en?
tered Miy 2Sth, 1903. in th? suit Of "H. A.
YarbroiiEh vs. James ? Yarl,rough," I
will sell by auction, on the prem'-es. on
THURSDAY. OCTOBER 29. 1W3,
at 5 o'clock P. M.. that attmotlve? arid
fomfortable two-story frame dwelling No.
?13 North Twonty-eighth Street, together
with the iot upon which It st-inds. front?
ing 25 feet and having a deoth of J32 feet
to ft 16-foot alley. The property Is worth
the attention of home-seekers is well as
TERMS?One-third cash, and the bal?
ance In three equal Instalments at d. 13
and Is months, evidenced by notes Witt.
interest added, and title ret.iinod till al!
purchase Is paid: or all cash, at Ute op?
tlon of the purchaser.
The bond required of the Special Com
-nlstloner by the above-mentioned decree
has been duly given.
CHAS. O. SAVn.LE.
cet 24-tds _Clerk.
By J. Thi-rp-rtn ? own & Co.,
1113 Main Street.
Special Mas'ers' Sale to the
HIGHEST ? DOER,
LARGE TW0-ST0R? FRAME
DWElUH? AMO LOT,
BALDWIN AND SEVENTEENTH STS.
,NO. 1809 AND Uli ST. JOHN ST., AND
LAhGE ok* ER LUT,
ON CARLETON STREET, DJ-NNEEN
CORNER WASHINGTON AND CLAI
2 10-AND 18-aCRE FARMS,
In pursuance of a decree entered in the
Un.ted Siate, Cir.u t Court f.r tne East?
ern Dlst. iot of Virginia, entered August
11. 1903. in the sut of Van Wyck Ho. to.,
vs. American Home Building ar.d Luan
Association, api.0u.tlng t..o undersigned
Spec.al Masters, therein appointed for
that purpose, will sell at puollc uctlon,
on the premises, ti the HIGHEST BID-,
DER. tho real estate, mentioned In sa.d
dec.ee, in the folio w.t ? order' and ti-ne;
THURSDAY. OCT. .9-?. AT 4 P. Al?
larga Frame Dwelling, containing bout
? rooms, and Lot 0 xl.O fee Baldw ?
Street, between St. Jama and Ssve-ueenth
SAME DAY AT 6 P. M.
Frame Dwellings, foir room each, and
largo Corner Lot. 128x76 f et. Nos. 30.) und
1811. corner S-, Jo..n and Orange Streets.
FRIDAY. OCT. 30TH. AT 4 P. Al..
two Lots, fronting 20x100 feet ea-h en
Carlton stret next to.Dlnneen Street;
nice shade trees on It.
SAME DAY AT 5 P. M.
large' Frame Dwelling, eIx,roo:i.s. north?
west corner Wash ngton and Claii-orne
Stroets. w.tb Lot about 22xli!o teet to an
MONDAY. NOV. 3D. AT 4 P. M..
two Small Farms in Chetterf.t Id county,
on the Cour.house Road, Jytt at the in?
tersection of the Cog.,II Road a. d Old
Hundred Road: the first co..ia.nlng to
acres, more or le ?. hr.own f.s the Hamp?
ton Friend tiaot. and second, trac, ad?
joining, c?Warning 17 1-2 acres, more or
less, known as John nvjn ract: bot.i hav?
ing frame houses and other mprov-mentj
TERMS?Or.e-th rd cash, balance 6 and
12 months, interest added, and title re?
tained unti all purchase money is paid;
or all cash.
A. B- DICKENSON.
S. S. P. PATt'ESON.
The bond required In the above decree
has been g.ven.
Brown & t o.. Auctioneer,
oct 7,220.127.116.11.29. I
Geo. W. Mayo. Auctioneer,
110 North Seventh Street.
? 000 POUNDS COPPER CABLE,
?ti FOLDING BED, SUIT PATTERNS,
HARDWARE. STOVES. FINE FURNI?
TURE, ETC.. AT A UCTION.
I will sail at my auction-house at 10:80
THURSDAY, OCTOBER ?, 1803.
1,000 pounds Copper Cable, an assorted lot
of Bolts and other Hardware, Walnut
Folding Bed. with large plate mirror; SO
high-grade Suit and Pants Patterns.
Franklin. Wood. Cooking Stoves. Self
Feeders and Parlor Heaters, Wardrobes.
Enamel Beds. Bureaus, Washstanas,
Chamber Quits, Tables, Chairs, Bedsteads,
60 Mattresses. Rugs. Carpets, ana numer?
ous other artiche.
A. R. MAYO. Proprietor.
Geo. H. Valentine and A. P. Montgomery,
AUCTION SALES-Futurc Days
By J. B. Elam os Co.,
Real Estate .Auctioneers.
rOMMISSIONERS'A UCTION SALE
THE THREE FRAME DWELLINGS
NOS. 1002. 1004 AND 1O06
FRONTING S0X34V, FEET.
In pursuance ?t a decree of August let,
1918. in th? suit stvjed ??-rust'n* &
O lover vs. J. H. Smut et ? Is." In the
Chancery Court of the city of Richmond,
the undersigned escisi Commissioners
will ?ell by public auction, on the prem?
ises, on *
TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 8, 1903.
at 4:30 o'clock P. M? the.real estate re?
ferred to In the said decree; it belli* the
three, one story and basement, frame
dwellings No?. 1C03. 1004 and 1003 Beverly
Street, containing four rooms each, and
fronting S0s?4V$ feet on the ???>p? Uno of
Beverly Street, between Linden and Bsech
Streets and now occupied by tenants at ?
per month each, the entire property rant?
lug at the rate of Ufo per annum. This
prorerty win u*y well as an investment,
end parties Interested In it are urged to
attend ??? sale.
TKRMS-One.hMf. cash, th?? residue by
negotiable note, with tntereat added, and
payable twelve months from tfay of sile;
or all cash, at the option of tnu ?ui-cha??-,
nnd the title to be retained until the pur?
chase money is pa'd In full a'id a ronvt-y.
ance ordered by the court,
U O. WFN^ENmmG.
JAS. W. ANDERSON,
J. R. Elam ii Co., Auctloner.?'.
. The bond required"of tho Special Cim
mi-slonem by the above decne hse been
du'v frtviui. ? . ? . . _
?????: CHAS. O. SAVIM.K,
AUCTION SALES-Futurc Day?
By C. L. A H. L. Denoon,
Real Estate Agenti and Au-t omver*.
821 Main Strett
TRUSTEE'S S/L?ToF FAT?M ?N HAN?
L-OyjPR COUNTY. CONTAINING M
ACRES. MORE ?R LESS,
By virtue of a deed of trust., dated De?
eember 2d, 1603. ard of record In Htr.ovjp
County Court D. ?. 29. p. <,fw, de ault ha??.
ln(- been made In the payment it a . or?
tien of the debt therein secured. 1 will
eell at public auction, on ths tuemleee. on
FR.DAY. OCTOBER 30. UlU?,
at 12 o'clock M.< the property aoove de?
scribed, contamini? SO acre?, mors or less,
and bounded on the south i.y tha Crelah
ton Road, and on the west by the Chi-ka?
TERMS?cash, ae to ex-ense? ?f ?ale,
and to pay the sum of $254.62. balance at
one and two years.
C. L. DENOON.
?. - ? . - Truste?.
C. L. & H. L. Dsnoon. Aucton ers.
wTREET R A 1 L VV A ?. ELEcTttlC
O UuriT ??? ICE PLAN ?t? AMD
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE. AT PUB?
More than six months* default having
been made in the payment of interest on
the bonds of t?e charlotte?v,lie L'iiy n,d
Suburban Railway Company, securea in
the deed ot trust troni oa.d Hallway Com?
pany, tiatea beptetnuer lo; UKi., and re?
corded m uie elei ? a uf tice of lb? Cor?
poration Court tur tue co.i-ora.iOn of
Charlulte?Viile, D. l?. U. page? wi tu L?!,
ana cierK'u utrice of tne t-uuniy oourt
of Alueiuaiie county, L>. is. ilo, pages i*i
to it):, at the wr.tte.. leque?i ut ine bo.d
erg of a majority of s..m oonda. tne u.i
?ut!,it,iif;u. bUusti.uti.fi trustee.. Under said
deed ot Lust, will, on
Tt-ESuAi", NOVEMBER 10. 19u3,
at ].' M., at publ.c auU.un, at f? front
door ot ine courtnou.e ot Aioem-rle
County Court, in tne city of Cumiottes
vilifi. Va., ??????? to sate all tne prop?
erty, real anu personal, conveyed by said
deed ot truet, cuiisist.ng in part uf th?
Street Rail ?ay trucKB, with ad |U s.dii.gs
and eonnec.lune, au Ice Plant aud an
EUiCtnc fiant, wltb all tts counseling
wires, pole.;, ita, toge.her v/i.h a.l p-ivi
l??CS. leases, easements, right.,, tran
ch.ses and contracts relating ?nd peivaln.
ing to said raiiiuaa or ?.tutu? of ?aid
plants: alt equip.nonti, uiac?inery. plants,
poles, wirej and all propetty .anglwe and
intangiole used ,n connection with ?aid
ralhoad, electric light piant, ice plant,
&C; several pieces of Real Estate, nun?
In the county uf Albemane, and some
in the city of Cbarlot.eRVdie. eijieoiatly
about iiu acres ot land along >a.d ta.l
way, on whicb there a.e mineral springe
anu a valuable hotel bulaing. In snort
all the property covered by said deed of
tru-t wul oe uold. This U valuable' and
TERMS?Ab required by said deed ot
Sale will be mad? subject to a mort?
(ruge of the Piedmont Construction and
Improvement Company, dated February
1, 1S95, to secure 425,0?. first mortgage
bonds, and also subject to a l.en to se?
cure the payment for new rails recently,
bought by said C. C. & S. Co.
MICAJAH WOODS. I
R. T. W. D?KE. Jr., I
C. GUY ROBINSON.
oet4-4w. Trustees. I
3y J. B. Elam & Co.,
Heal Estate Auctioneers.
TRUSTEE'S COUiti? SALE.
BY PU?J-iU AUCTION,
WELL LOCATED AND VALUABLE
THREE-STORY BRICK STOKE AND
DWELLING. NO. 114 N. SEVEN?
TEENTH. OR MARKET STREET.
As trustee In the deed of trust from
Alexander Jonathan and wife, dated
June IS, 1S90. recorded in D. B. 1..S ?., ? ige
30. Richmond Chancery Court, and In pur?
suance of the decree of said court, en?
tered on the 26th dalr of October, 1903, in
the suit styled "H, F. Jonathan vs. P. F.
Telser et als," I will ???? by public auc
tloh, oh the: premises, on
MONDAY. NOVEMBER 2, JS03.
at 4:30 o'eloekr P. M., the real estate re?
ferred to In said decree, it being the
valuable lot with the substantial three
story Brick Store and Dwelling thereon,
fronting twenty-two (22) feet on the west
side or Seventeenth- (Or Market) Street,
between Grace and Franklin Streets, op?
posite the Fish Market, and running back
seventy (70) feet to an alloy, designated as
No. 114 North Seventeenth Street, and be?
ing a well known and well-established
business stand, with spacious and com?
fortable residence over the store.
H. ST. JOHN COALTER, Trustee.
The bond required by the above decree
cf the trustee has been duly given.
CHAS. O. .SAVILLE.
By Sutton & Co..
Real Estate Auctioneers,
Corner Tenth and Bank Streets.
V OF A ,
SMALL FRAME HOUSE ON THE WEST
SIDE OF ST. PETRIR STREET,
JUST NORTH OF BaKER ;
STREET. KNOWN AS NO. 926.
In execution of a decree of the Rich?
mond Chancery Court, entered on the 23d
day Of October. 1903, in the suit of James
M. Jasper et als. vs. Mary E. Bullock
et als, the undersigned. Special Commis?
sioner, appointed thereby, will proceed- to
sell at public auction, upon the premise?,
TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 3. 1903,
at 4:30 o'clock P. M., the above, described
The house contains flve or six rooms,
with olty water and culvert connection?.
The lot fronts 25 feet on the west ?Id?
of St. Peter Street, and runs back ?
TERMS?One-third cash, the baiane* in
two equal instalments at 6 and 13 month?,
the purchaser to give his negotiable notes, ?
with six per.cent, interest aaced, and the
title retained until all the purchase money
Is paid and a conveyance ordered by the
court; or all cash, at the option of the
purchaser. ^ THOMAS HEV/JN
The bond required by the above deer*?
of the Special Commissioner hat been
duly given. s,^ 0, BAVH.W. ?
oct 29-tdi Clerk? ;
By H. A. McCurdy.
Real Estate Auctioneer.
No. 3003 MAIN street,
FRONTING I.IPBY HILL PARK.
By direction of o ?tier? I will offer for
sale, on the premlseaon .
TUESDAY. NOV. 3?? AT 4:30 P. M?
the large detached two-story brick
store and dwelling above mentioned. Th?
Improvements are well built and contelns
bes des a large store-room about ten
rooms, and could be conveniently subdi?
vided to make two dwelling?. The lot
ha? a front on Main, corner Lester Street,
of M feet aid 0 Inet.e?. and rum? back
to Dock Street, having two front?- The
Dock Street front could be improved to
TERMS?Will be exceedingly liberal and
announced at 6ale. The greater portion
of the purchase money ran be made toy?
able on monthly lWw,P,^*orrH<?5VF?4
oct ra-tds Auctioneer?
Geo. W. Mayo. Auctioneer,
110 North Seventh Sir?*'?.
UNCLAIMED AND REFUSED
FREIGHT AT AUCTION.
By direction of the C. and O. R. R, Co,
I will sell at my auction-house, for ac?
count of whom it may concern, at 1 P. M.
THURSDAY. NOV. 19. 1903,
for freight storage and othsr charge?,
IS Casts of Sheas refused by Stem & Co,
GEO. W. MATO..
oct 21.29 ??? 6,19.19 Auctioneers.
REAL ESTATE?For Sale,
Farms, Will?, &c? For Sale.
GEO. E. CRAWFORD & CO.,
Catalogues Fren *0S E. Muin
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