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TTTP. RICHMOND DISPATDH?finNDAY. OCTOBER 9. 1898,_
ACROSS JTHE_ JAMES.
Ksaama. wam.kk to ?peak ai
mKSTKnnr.i.!? < in ht monday.
MR. W. f. JOMES SUES FOR DAMAGES
M sasi oh ?-?irr CI ti ?en Claim? $l??.Oi?4
from a B??rf?.tk nwsiln??*?? lion?.?**
MMeaa ta Jr. O. I . A. M.-Fnneral
of Mr. S??lll?R??v-lVr?o??..>-I*rl??f?.
To-morr??w proml*?ei? to be a gala Any
tor tha Democrat* of CbSBMTBSld county
ese??? of Urn rreanMat at the court
tanas.
The October term of the County r<-?urt
tw-gtoe. and *? us?'?'! et thin BsaaSB 8f tha
year, when there Is a KovtMBiMr < l- H?'ii.
the flrat day if? tafean up slightly la sst?
t!tng cum? and !'<>K<H in ? ? ? Thc
farmer? SSBBS la great numb'-rs flreea
every ? '.on Of th* county, an 1 a ?luv of
much rest ?nd plsaaare le ipent by them
on tii? eonitareea iMsensnlnE the etapu
and -??f-ltTiea, or else listening to campaign
-^ssasaa
The. speaker!? to-morrow will ho II
Jeff.-r son ffaimac ?in?. <"h-irlea M. WB?V
lao?, Jr.. of Klohmoml. The formar I?
chairman of the city fommittcc. and Is
one of th?* besi posted m n en Bute poll
tt<?? and political QU-aeUona generally m
Virginia. Hin rtrothcr Is. fl meniti.-r Of
the present Laglalature froBi Richmond,
und r? Bpeaksr of much force. Both are
vouBg men. osos residents of Mao? I
uni well-known both In this city and In
th?-. ooanty. That srs nephswa of Judge
%Vllll_-j. 1. Clupton, of the ChsstsrflaM
Court.
wiLLADDnaai th? -nnnoita.
Re-v. 4'roorg?- H. Mel USSa Will d-t-llvsr
an ?addr.-r-?. ... tha a? reral f?>iin?ii?"
junior Order Calted Amerleaa aleehanlca
,u??l tii? Dnaght-ara of Liberty this sfter
aea at th?? Plfth-atrsst Metbodlat church.
TL-o Jaalers will asseeabls at their halla
?nd march to th?? ehnrcb, whsrs they,
with th?i Daualitnrs of Liberty, will oo
onpy BBBaarysd BOaSB. The public la
invit-vi to ha prisant. There ami be
meets] msBle also, mad th?- exerclsee pro
mise altogether to b? very totsrostll
BUSS afOn i'AMA<;i:s.
Mr. Wlllloin T. JOfsSS, of this city, has
entere?, wilt in tho CkfOuH Osai Of
folk, through hi? oouris.l, MsaSIS. Br?
ranch and Dabney, of Norfolk, and w.
R. CSS, Of Maachsstsr, against the rnl?*n
"MiniriK sag? RooSng Company, of Norfolk,
to rot i\". U9Mt alleged dams gen.
While easployed by this company Bom?
tine BgS, Mr. Jones fell ttom a roof and
crippled himself f..r Hfe. Be elahna that
this was ?hie to the BSgllgSnOB Sf hi _
pioy?*?-*?. m. ! Bssks to rsoovar lbs above
amount. Mr. .Iones ufes a Blick whUs
*waMsaf now. His Inwyera are saagolns
of getting a faiorahie verdict.
Mcstt.ni. ('-> -"ili oud WeDs, eagag?
the BBflgtayase of the Swift Crash Cotton
Mill? to esUset their wages, hnre
successful, and many of th?? Bien
In tii-? ? it> ) oh i lay to th? If
SMTP fresa the hands of tn<
The ooMOg mill:, haws BOW I'?'? d into
<_ff?r<?iit hands.
WSr.SAU OF MRS. RCXLLINOl
Tii.? la Ht rit? oa of Mrs.
Oliv!? gneltlngs, who died at Nor?.I,
N. ?".. Thuri y, wer? at I!
Wsenssday, si tbi r?
ter of tl teed, Mm U. 2s. <
*Na?. il" Bainbrldge rrtn et
***?a Berries waa conducts?] by Rey. Dr.
1, *:. Tii'iiiiiiiii. pastor of Bainbrldge?
str?.it church, c?f which Mn .
was ans of tin; oldeal members. The to?
tcrniiMit ? B h M .hi v < ' ;-..
Th?' paU?1 "iis of the
charpa.
raneoNAiaU amd BRiara
judg<? B. A. Bsneock win hold th? cir
c.iit Court of Brunswick, beginning to
morri.is.
Mr. M. a. Cogbtll, ci. rk of the County
Osnn of eh? .-i? i:i';-i, n is In the dtp yes
tciiUy.
Mr, Minor Bronaugh, of Norfolk, is in
tha? city, the gusai of bis father, fity
Treasuri r J. W. Bronaugh.
There hare besa bststbI new houses
built In Swnnsboro' lately, and otbei
in tin.- course ol i onstru? i km
Mr?-, i-. '.'. CogMll snd three chlldrsn,
of Chesterfield Courthoe e, i?tt yesterday
to stell b? r mother, In Amelia county.
Mis-. Man.i Mos. ley sad Mattle White,
of Norl I gueata of the M
Brawn, of No? mi Porta-tr atreet.
Lslu, tl Id daughter of Mr.
<'. A. Rain? Of Swan i...[..', who h.'.s
i, .ii rjull .: a ?' i n. ilai \ti-tt tut, is
sonvalesclng.
Tbe Linn...' Aid Society of Weat-T^nd
ohnri-h Will msat at Mrs-. TOly Way
mack'?-. <.ii Nb teenth atreet b? twesn Hull
and i . to-morrow afternoon at
3 e'cl. ?
H?*;, t'harl.'s N*. Vsn Honten vill fill the
juiiplt oh Central Metbodlat church to
nlBlit. Thar.- will be no Bcrviccs at ntirlit
in ?he Presbyterian church, and thes?
jaeoL'lf -?-v ill worship with tha Central con
gre ?at ion.
I>artd MatSdrea aad .l???eph Solby vn-re
lined $5 and J.' n-ely, yciierduy
by Mayor Maurice for timing.
Mr, B. N. Gregory. J"*-? who came on to
n'tiiid tho funeral of his grnmlmother,
Mr??. Baelllnge, has returned to Ctncto*
n.iti.
m FOI Ulli \ III?.IMA.
Large llni.li of Intarsstlng I'? r
?..uni?, from This MaRlBBSBt.
(fiTr.'.-?M.ii.i.a?..a> Bf tii?' Dtapatch.)
CAMP CUBA UBBJB, JACKSON?
vill?;, **] a . Oetobwr tU-Ueatenaat?
Coion.-i mgwaida wbsa Been this morning,
aid that h.- thought the P*oarth Virginia
vur BStstag tots i)ic v.-ry bss| oondltlon,
and th.it ?Mprospect of an ? ally ?i. part?
vjo hi?? had the effet el "boostlni
boys up ?md getting the? Into
health and Bplritn The Colon? '
the place of embarkation would ;
nah. Qa,
i of an army d? ntlat for ibis
I KUpplll'd :. j.
W. I!:
himself lr? an office on th?
rqrtb and M All worit
inemb. i a of t!i.? Beventl) Arm: i
free of charge, i i erial fur?
nlsh.-.I.
Hergaiant McCMIan, Corporaia Lit
and l.ur_f(n.i. and Prlratei Hiada, Mo
Ot?w. ijfiht. and ." . rnpany
H, ?*-ho tara been eon?n a to their tenta
for aevrrai daya, are Improving rapidly,
Corporal Thomas and Privat?
Howlett, ?if Companj n. tav?
to their company In th lr old-time vigor,
Htter ap.-nill.'iK a tlilrty-u.:. ,,. m\
Private Motley, of Oosapnay R, waa
caugii! evening with a
playing from our to ear en l.ls cruatomarlly
M r-ajit; ??uni? nai
wa* learned that tal gotten 1
oiable dlachai go. He ,, om? to
-'?is" in LsBtin ?
blemn :. geosaetry al Richmond College.
Cori>j.,ti Juh!h:i and I I.athr.ip,
LBJ M. left 1" d .. ror th? lr
hom.a i i Richmond, where Ih? y will
spend tv. v
55?-n Isabst, Smith, and StokMb (,f
' mp..i., M, h tve return.-.!,
: thirty days at their ho?ni-s in Uttsh
mana,
s.-nseant L. W W.i?ami?, of r.?n
fdtxt Q (taffotB, Va), haa r.-e.-lv. I hda
commiaaien a leuteaaat, to d ite
:;_"! "'i,'""^' lai H< la to take the
KiTis, ? '" "" ' "'* - ? - . resigned.
MSnT?*T*HF- " P:'""""t. of Com?
gy? ';?-k, tho placruf Krank 1.
__^??*S*|??*M*t J A JohBBoa. ?>f com?
S?' ;:h".?? ,?? " v-iy l.w a *e
LB lmpi.?\i?i{ liuil.llv
?-.*?.* ?r*.?i'r,,,,v '"''" '
Ttnre?. ?r. . . ? " ,r* ''"ing Will.
Tar?e ar. ,,
? '"I?". I Hell and 1'rivai.? l>u'rki?d*l.
and lilo*. ? company 1 (Franklin) ?l"?
Ml ?s Y O Va HEADACHE AND INDI
GESTION Cl RE
only l'.KMUDY ON THE MAR
IA NT thai will cure every farm of ll*n?l
B? Me In 3 to 10 minute?, correct Indlges
tioa, ?tlmulate the nerves, and build up
the systssa, It should be in every home
aud every traveller's grip?acg. At all
Druggists'. Twenty-five cure?, 2? cents.
Jy .4-.vi,4V,?VFtB
u? ?I to Ih'ir ?ompany after h.ippv
i.um.. Oeaapaay i has been gatacb?
, ,1 {-?r provost ?luty. and ha? had ?'liar-,-*
?>f nil the MiriouiidiiiK roads since th?
?Mh,
<'ompj:iy-CI*rk Harry Gre.ham, ofl'om
peaj A (Not folk), leaves on a 'en-days'
furlough f..r his home in Norfolk this
?on.
Poll .t A. W. <'hapman. who
has charge "f the camp pn-mlse?, ha?
batan busy dialafectlng the ?ami?. Lime
has i?-? n atmttstad every where, an.i all
set h ave bean whitewashed, ?o
thai BOW Hie ?amp I? In perfect sanitary
adenos of the Dispatch.)
IMP CUBA LIBRE .iackson
Vll.Li;. FLA., October ".-The old Fourth
/tra?ais camp has been j>ut in anal She
l'en in all ni ?t* nrram-'-menis there
Wall BSturally be ?urn?- regret on the part
boya at leaving it.
The Fourth Virginia foot-ball team have
red their salts and v. t.n angla play
ing as aoofl -is the weather permits. Cap
tain Sheen, Company A. who has been
I laying fOOt-ball f..r eight years, and
'? la?l with the Norfolk Athletic
?lull, is the BMaager. Sfirj-eant H. II.
Bolt, f the Virginia Military Institute
and the Hampton Athletic Club, I? the
c?ptala.
Among the. other player are Corporal
HMtT. Company Q; SeiKeant Field 4\"iibon,
n( the Hi hmond Athletic flub; Prtvat*
Ouy Mauath, Company .M; Private Lanier.
Company Q, a former playi-r at Cornell;
Sergeant Hull, Company D; Corporal
44'hltfng, 4nmpany D: Sergeant P. nk<-;
Corporal Scull, and Private Lansburg,
< 'ompany I >.
Major Blow returned last night and re
,i ? i'aii,? of th? First Battalion.
He taya li?? ha?l gotten v.-ry "hom.-sh k"
h t., ('amp Cuba Libre with .he
?'-, hoya
Li'ijteruint Church, of Company B CXor
folk), Who ha* been home on leave of
at lor BlchnSBB. has returned, mtteh
Improve,I. Oaptaln S'alomonsky, of the
Mime company, ha:? alSB returned.
gS**a*aaal J. M. M,-rw, of Company B.
I -., - t , '?<*y to spend a Sick furlough at
home.
Mrs. Livsiter. of Norfolk. Is stsylne; .it
the bedtsido of h?r son Corporal Lassiter.
.,! CaSBpnny B, wlio is very low with
fever, at the divlaaon hospital.
.-'. r-.-. ;mt Jenas, of Company D (Hamp
has ?one bom* on a furlough.
Private Fowikess, of Keyaville, Va.. an?l
?Private ! l K"*?ting. of 'Wa'shlnKton, D.
<'., both of (^ompnny C, leave to-day on
faVday -?' k furloughs.
"orporal Grubbs, and Privates Leaker,
? I? a-*?! Johnson, of Company H, re
t? 1 t? t.h*lr COBBpany last Bight, after
paying farew. I] visits of ten days to their
h imi f"!ks an?! mv? theart?.
Private Carpenter, of Company F fftaa*?
folk), left M-day to spend a "?-day fnr
longa at his home, in Clifton For-ice, Va.
Tan Young Men's Chrtstlsn Association
teat Is bow up again, much to th? joy
of a large number ?>f the boys srho taha
advantage "f its numerous benefits.
Leal night Chaplala Btringfellow de
uother ?m?- of hia delightful lee?
i (lie "bit- war" that lie was in
thirty-five years ago, telling us many
thrilling Incident? connected with rhe
battle of Bevoa Ptnes. Oa ?tie same evo
Dtng hs had r*aaducted the funeral ser
rtoet of three soMiera of the Forty-ninth
Iowa
FOB RENT.
FOR IlEVr.
DBalRABLB DWKl.T.lNGS.
Not? ii ?v,- can't get our pri?e, must
1er yours.
l'ianklin-Str, et Dwelling near Monroe
Park. _ . ..,
Qrace-Btreet Dwelling near Harrison, 1?!
rooms.
Main-Street Dwelling near Third street;
10 ro? m '
SU Leigh near Tenth street; l- rooms.
619 Sixth .-ne'? near Leigh; W rooms.
Main Btreet near Monroe Park; 6 to 1<J
. , sum,- Jual < ompl. ted.
i. ;;m north iwenty-fifth
streit; 7 rooms.
. Franklin, opposite Libby-HIll Park.
in Clay Bear Adams street; 7 rooms.
,,a,| street, opposite Chim
boraso; s i
< : !? m .,r Linden; 7 rooms.
_,,,! , : Twenty-fifth; 7 room?.
Mi, ill, : Houses in Other Im alilies, 3 to
C rooms, H to US per month.
OFFICES, 8TORES. FLATS, FACTO
RIES, ?*.,. ?'.?il for Printed Li?t.
J. THOMPSON BROWN & CO.,
hl< 1113 Main atreet.
lnit iu:vr. 1144 i:li i\(.>. i ou RKKT.
Na DM PARK AVENUE; 9 ROOMS.
N?>. J I":? west Main, *> rooms.
No. llil w-st Main; ? twins.
No, 312 esBl Cary; 7 rooms.
No. Kg weal Marshall; 7 rooms.
No, 111 west Cary, 7 rooms.
No. HI Reservoir; 7 rooms.
Also, a large number of Dwellings,
Offices, and Stores in all pans, of the
in?. Call for Print-,1 Rent-List.
'Phone, 2S8. c. L. & H. h- DENOON,
oo l? * -- Main street.
FOR RENT, *
AT LOW RATE, EAST FRANKLIN
Daelling, No. Jt?*>. hetareea Second
and Third street.-, COBtAll?ng about It?
rooms; ail modem improvements; brick
stable, &c. Now unileri-oing- thorough rc
pnir. J. THOMPSON BRoWN & CO.,
,,.- '..-,nd3t_lll? Main street.^
roit Itl'AT,
A THOROUGHLY A P POINTED.
Seven-Room Flat, desirable in arrange
ment, location, and surroundings.
ocS-lt N. W. BO WE.
FOR. RENT,
REDUCED. REDUCED. REDUCED.
in north Seventh; T rooms.
110 eaal Marshall; 8 rooms.
l-i wesl Cary street; 7 rooms,
t? north Sixth street; 12 rooms.
H. L C A BELL,
oc 9-D,_6 aorth Tenth street.
FOR HKVr,
A raCOND-STORY FLAT OF SEVEN
with all modern improvements,
belle, apeaklng tubea, ?*-"- : bean?
located in centre oi city; convo
car lines, Address lira HARRI
i patel oc fi-ll
KOK RENT.
?ESIKABLE MODERN FLATS
N Bl ILDING NORTHEAST CORNER
OF J lilKI? AND CARY STREETS
RLNTS very reasonable.
il. A. M'CCRDV,
7 north Tenth street
oc 7.?.U,13.16,18.20.B-Bt
rim REUT,
WEST .MAIN STREET; EICHT
aaata; one of the best houses on treat
Loa rent Apply to
BUTTON & CO.,
Tenth and Rank street?.
F4ia REXT.
? PLAT, CONSISTING OF THREE
Beautiful Looms, with use of
eth, < i<- . in BOW building on Broad
Very deslrabla location and rea
rent Atklress NEW flat, ?are
office._ oc 9-lt*
KOIt ItKNI.
,'??. 11 LAST CLAY STRELT; TWO
lory, Detached Modem Brick Dweilini..
i thorough repair; nine rooms, i0w rout.
HAR4 IfiY WILLBON,
N... | rust ciav ttreel
1-4?K K1?VI'.
\m? LARGE ROOHal WITH PRIVATE
ath, inn isln-il or in.furnished. Applv at
i west Oraee street. aef*St
ROOMS FOR REXT.
HANDSOMELY FURNISHED ROOMS,
I ird. Apj'ly at 811 ea.-t
Iraee stre? i oc h-k
l'oit it EM.
IANDSOME liitirk RKSIDENCE, No.
: Main .street, Lib??;. Hill, con
iining 11 large, lofty Tooms, and wid?>
or contain? four rooms and
entry; BOOOnd, four r*.?ms and bath;
bird, three r?..??ms sad bath. A convenl
nt and b? ?iiitlful home at very mo.k
Apply next door. No. 34?1. or
o Sl'TTON & CO., Eleventh and Hank
_oc 9-lt*
FOR MBVI,
??>. ?JOT NORTH SEVENTH, AT RE
ueed rent. Splendid location and In
borough oliler.
GBAMJS9 A ROSE,
oc ?..T.K.fc.i?-at Real kTsiats Agent.
IB BktT.
f
FOR ai:>T.
No. 5C2 WEST GRACE STREET; I
rooms.
No 115 ?outh Third street; II rooms.
No O.? ???t MAI* street; 10 room?.
So'. 11 east Clay ?tr??t; ? rooms.
No M east Leigh street; 10 rooms.
No.' 51? east Leigh ?treet. $? roam?.
,\o. 1424 Floyd a?*noe; 8 rooms.
N?, ie: aerth Beech j 8 rooms.
No VID east Marshall; *S rooms.
No 1? ??? ut h Plum; .'? room?.
Also, many other ?mailer hoasee.
" ' ' ?--* N. W. BOWE.
rOR ItTJCNT,
I? ! > BIB NEV4' COTTAGE. WIT!
l.irg?, ground?, ?itu-ited at Gwathmev.?
eae arid a half mlb's ea.st of Ashl.inl
very near the station, with nuaneriu
trains passing dally.
BUTTON A CO.,
oo 9-lt Tenth and Bank streets^
"~ FOR RENT,
HANDSOME, NEW, THREE-STOR1
Brick 1 ???.Hing No. l?B?l Grove avenue
!,:?.<ii and handaoBM hails; nicely papsi
ed all through, and rery desirable.
BUTTON A- CO.,
oc 9-lt_ Tenth gnd Bank street?.
i ?ni iti;vr.
HANDSOME, NEW BRICK D4VELL
Ing No. 9<?4 Park avenue, now In the M
Bupaatry of General Lee; broad and hand
some baila; nicely papered, Ac.
BUTTON 4 CO.,
oc 9-lt Tenth and Hank streets.
FOR RENT,
H \NI ?SOME, NEW. THREE-STORY
Hay-Window Brick Dw.-lllng No. Si
Floyd avenue; large ami airy rooms
nice order; npighborhi">.?ii and loeatloi
excellent. BUTTON A CO.,
oc 9-lt Tenth and Lank ?treeta.
" FOR IIF.NT.
HANDSOME, NEW. THREB-4VTORY
Lav-Window Brick Dwelling No. ion
west Grace street; nieely papered all
through, end ltirge brick st*.l>!,-.
BUTTON A CO.,
oo B-lt_Tenth and Rank ?treets.
FOR RENT.
IN THE nEART OF THE CITY, A
Dirge, Commodlout Toliacco-Factory,
sq llpaed witli drylng-roorns, boiler. Ac,
seitab!? for rshSUdilng tohacco. Posses
sion at one*. Rent v.-ry reasonable. Apply
to T. M. WORTHAM & CO.,
Real Estate Asents,
oo 9-lt_ iOll .-.?st Main street.
RENT LIST.
CALL AND i!ET OCRS" BEFORE
renting. We have some most desirable
property cheap.
T. M. 4VORTIIAM & CO..
Real Estate Agents,
oc 9-lt_ItU east Main street.
FOR ILK NT.
THAT STRICTLY MODERN TWO
Storv Brick Dwelling No ZXX south Third
street, near Gamble's Hill lark, contain
ing about 9 rooms and all conveniences,,
II. SELDOM* TAYLOR ?v Sox.
oc 9-lt_Elcv.-t.th and Bank,
FOR KENT,
THAT elegant p.kownstone
Front Dwelling No. 219 Grace Btreet be
tween Second and ?Third, with about 10
rooms, and eve:/ COUV. nienco for com
fort. Possession at Once.
H. dELDDN TAYLOR & SON.
corner Eleventh and Rank st. -.
_oc 9-Su,Tu&Th3t ^
FOR in;\i,
AT BYf.n PER MONTH, No. UM EAST
MAIN STREET/ corner store with dwell
ing above, for many yi'ars occupied by
J. W. Frayser, ?Irui-Kist.
H. 8BLDON TAYLOR A SON.
corner Eleventh and Bank street?.
_ oc 9-SU.4V&F3*.
FOR RENT,
the HOUSE at northwest cop
per Grace and Fourth Streets. Will add
a new four-room wing and Introduc?
m<"l?>rn comforts and appliances for a
desirable tenant.
oc 9-lt_N. W. BQ4VE.
FOR RENT,
THREE ROOMS, FOR LIGHT HOUSE
keeping, second Boor, including bath*
room. 72l_wt-st Marshall. oc 9-lt
FOB RENT,
CHURCH-HILL HOUSE, No. 2T-12 EAST
Marshall; modern Improvements; in
?tood order. POLLARD <fc BAGBY,
oc 9-lt_l north Eleventh street
FOR REVI,
WEBT FRANKLIN STREBT REU?
denes; spacious, charming, ami weii-ar
ranged. N. w. BOWE
oe Ml
FOR RENT.
TH1RD-FLO0T FLAT, No. If? SOUTH
Third street; central, convenient, troll
arranged; seven rooms. N. 4V. BOWK,
oc !i-lt
FOR RENT,
THE FINE BUSINESS STAND AT
southeast corner of Main and Seventh
streets. Alpo, another Store in same
block. I must have tenant? for them,
oc 9-lt N. W. H?'WE.
FOR RENT,
BRICK HOUSE No. M', NORTH EIGHTH
str.-.-t; six room-. Inside bath and store
rooms: with mod.-rn convenlen4*a*a; in good
order. Possession at one*. Apply to E.
A. barber, Z14 east Leigh sti
_oc 9-lt"
FOR RENT,
No. 18 NINTH STREET BETWEEN
Main and Franklin str, ets. The location
of this Si ore renders it a rirst-clas? busi
ness stand.
ALS?',
Store Floor of No. Lico, corner Cary and
Twelfth streets.
Call for Printed Ren'.-L!st.
H. 8ELDON TAYLOR A SON,
corner Eleventh and Hank street;*,
oc 9-lt
POR RENT.
THAT DESIRABLE. WELL-LOCA -
ted Resldenoe No. .'12 east Franklin. Ap
ply on the premises or at No. 6 east
Franklin. Possession given at once.
_oc 7-lw
FOR H FAT,
No. 816 WEST GRACE. REOII'EI).
Desirable location and in rood condition.
Apply to CHARLES A. ROSE,
pa 5,7.8,D,13-Et_Real Estate Agint.
~ FOR RENT.
FURNISHED RESIDENCE IN THE
Brast-Ead; very doflrable as to location,
lPTiomtments, A-c. N. W. BOWE.
o<: 9-lt
FOR llEVT,
DESIR ABI JC NEW COTTAOB, WITH
large grounds, situated at Gwathmey's,
1-2 miles east ol Ashland: very Dear the
n, with numerous trams passing
laily. Sl'TTON & CO.,
Tenth and Bank streets.
oe tSnatWIt_
FOR RENT,
ITORB 430 NORTH SIXTH STREET.
.lost desirably located for retail trade;
umiedlate posBeaslonj reasonable rent.
ipply to SAMUEL REGE8TER, Trustee
nd Receiver, 1107 Bank Btreet
_au 14-SuAWtf
FOR RENT,
MIYSICIAN'S OFFICES, co.MPLKTE
y equipped; privat.- entra?e?- on Frank
in street. Also, one Room for gentle?
nan. with bath. Apply si laM east Frank?
In street. oc 7-F,Su&Tu3t*
FOR RENT.
?'o. Cll WEST FRANKLIN STREET;
his desirable residence, with stable at
tached. Apply to Mrs. C. L. TODD, 609
?est Franklin street. se 11-eodtf
FOR RENT,
:iCE ROOM FOR A GENTLEMAN:
iirnish?*;! or unfurnished. Apply 104 east
lay street._ _oc 9
f?n RESIT,
?ES1RABLE D4VELLING-HOUSE, No.
1?? north FVurth street containing H
Senas, Rent moderate. Apply at 40.? east
i.i-iklln street. oc 9-lt*
FOR RENT,
:<>. 104 WEST BROAD STREET. DE
?rable Store, well situated for bakery,
?nt, i tlonary, or grocery.
oc_9_C- i, a- Il L DEN DON.
FDR RENT.
'a. 817 WEST CARY BTREET; EXCELr
>nt stand for grocery or other business.
00 9_<\ L. A H.. L DENOON.
4 4)R RENT,
OR STORAGE OR (X'CUPANCT, TWO
arg?'. Bright Rooms on west (R-ace
treet. I: u? - low. VN*ill rent one or both,
eferenc?? eschanged. Address BORAX,
ire Dispatch office. or: 9-lt*
FOR HK4T,
DWELLINGS.
No. ljio Floyd avenue??-onvenlently
rranged Dwelling, with 8 rooms.
No. HI north Twelfth street-Brick
??veiling, with 9 rooms, &c.
No. 22 north Lomhurdy street?Brick
?welling, with ?$ roonn-.
Other Dwelling? In different parts of the
ity. Call for Printed Rrnt-Llst.
H. SEI.DON ?TAYLOR * SON.
oc 9-SunAF.i *
AD4DTIOB KALBS-MaaSas
WHEN REAL ESTATE IS SOLL? THI
TAXES FuR THE CURRENT CALEN
DAR TEAR ARE TO I)B PAID PR?
RATA BY THE VENDOR AND TH1
VENDEE.
By H. Seldon Taylor A Son,
and
Button .1- Co.,
- ? ?I Eitate Auctnneeja.
T.r.?STEi.'?- auot?on sale
* Dl FRONT OK
Henrico County Court-Housi
Or* A
LARGE NUMBER OF VACANT LOTS
LOCATED m rnK CITVr ryt} RICH
MONO AM? THE COUNTT OF
HENRICO.
In ?seuthm ft m certain deed of tnii
10 t.1*?- undersigned trustee, dated Oetsb?
Bod duly recorded In the fierk'
??filoe of K.'hmond Chancery ?"urt. I
B??k !' B, page 90, and In Dastl
Hook 141 A. paga. i?si, ?Clerk'a "III' a Her
rico County ?'uiirt. which was given t
secure the paynvnt of a certain negotla
??I- note therein mentioned, d?faut tarta
osen made in the payment ?.* asM not?
and being din.? ? ,| \)V ?h?- holder tlu-rec
s?> to do, I will proceed to Bell, at publl
auction, in front of Henri? o county courl
Bouae on
Monday, OCTOBER io. MM,
?-:cEmL".;In* af - o'clock M? the REA:
?t?te eoareyad by bbM deed, and l
tue "nier da peinafter mentioned.
Kirat?Trlangular Lot. fronting 97 l-i
[eel "ii tin north side of I >oCk stree
between Fifteenth and Seventeen!
etreeta, adjoining the stores of Meesn
Davenport * .Morris, and bounded o
Iba north and weet by Richmond an'
Dnravlile railroad eonnectloa t.-n? k.
Second.?Lot MxlM fact, at north? a ?i COI
ner of Seventeenth and William
streets, Richmond city.
Third.?Lot IMxlfl toot, at northwes
c.rn.'r of Williams and Buch ana
afreets. Richmond city.
Fourth.- An entire block, lying partly I
the city and partir in the county, arili
a frontage of IN feet on Chriatla
atreet and Richard street, betwee
r**ederal or Buchanan and Jame
streets.
Fifth.?Trlaagulir Lot in the eouBty o
Henrico, bounded on the north 1?
Christian street, on which It front:
f.'.. feet, m?.r.- or i.sk. on the west b
Baker atreet, on which it fronts, fis
feet. m?.r.. or leas, and on th?- eaal 1'
a line parallel with Mechanlcsvlll
turnpike, smi feet, more or lees.
Sixth.?Lot commencing at a point 11
feet north from the lnt'?rsection o
Cedar street and Mechanlcsville turn
j.'.k--- (Henrico county), running thenc
northwardly along the west side n
- 'I turnpike, and fronting I
1^>1'W fest,
BYvrnth.?Ix?t In H?mico COUBty, begin
ning at a point on the western uni
Of Me. hard, .-ville tiirnplk?-. ?SU 1-2 fee
BSUthwnrdly from the inters.-? tion 0
Bid Ii??.' with Christian stroet, run
ning thence snuthwardlv along sal.
turnpik. . aud fronting thereon 91 1
f.-?-t. more or in-'?--; thence wesiwairdlj
Bl right Bogles to said turnpik.- V
feet, theno BBUthwardly parallel wltl
aald pike M fe. t. mon- or less, thene?
wsstwardly again i_ feet, thsnei
northwardly w 1-2 f.?.-t. thence east
Warily MM feet, to the point of begin
ning.
Eighth Lot In Henrico countv. b?-ginnlni
on the west lin.? ol Uec\ anlcnvlll?
turnpike, about -111 1-2 feel aoutb fron
Int? "section of said line with fhris
tlan street, running thence northward
ly along .-ind fronting on mid turnpik?
1211-2 feel, thence westwsrdly Ul
fast, thence northwardly parallel wltl
.? aid pike U feat, thence westwardlj
12!? feet tiunce Bouthwardly i?.i I '
feet, thence east ward I v Ml feet to th?
point of beginning.
Ninth- Triangular Loi at northeast cor
r.- r of Twenty-first and X street
Henrico county. This lot fronts ES
feet on Twenty-first atreet and Mt fee
on x street
Tenth.?Three and one-half acres of Ian
In Henrico county, near FairtU-ld Race
Track, being l^?t No. 2. on Map A. X
which is of record in the Clerk'a offlci
?if Henrico County Court, in Dee?!
li.-ink 1"1, page IC. It fronts on Fair
Seid avenue, continued.
Eleventh.?Three and one-half -?er?s ol
lnn?l in Henrico eouniy, near Falrflrtk
l: -Track, bein? Lot No. 4, on th?
above-mentioned map. It lies n??.r Uu
aouthern line of Falrfield avenue, con
ttnued.
Plata of all this property can be seen
at the office of the auctioneers, and will
be exhibited at the hour of sale.
TERMS: One-third cash: balance at si*?
and twelve months for negotiable cotes.
with interest added and ?cured by a deed
of tru?t; or all cash, at option of pur
chaser. A. XV. PATTERSON,
oc 2 Trustee.
By N. W. Bowe,
Real Estate Auctioneer.
JSTEES' SALE BY AUCTION
(IK
T
BRICK RESIDENCE
No. 314 North Third Street.
In execution of a deed of trust date?!
February -\ MM, and recorded in tha
Chancery Court for the cliy ?f Richmond,
in Deed-Book 154 "H." paga i, ire win, at
the -request "f the beneficiary, there
having been default in the payment of th?.
debt ai ?cured, s.-ll by public auction, on
the premises, on
MONDAT, OCTOBER It, MHL
at | o'clock i*. M., the centrally-located
BRICK DWELLING above referred to,
with the h t upon which It stands, front
ing about is feel on the west aide of Third
atreet b? tw< i n Broad and Marshall sir.-eis
and running ba? k about ?.l i.set
TERMS: ?'..--h for i \\<- as? - Of sal?? an?!
all unpaid taxes, and to discharge a note
for MO due September ::, IM; s credit of
11,030 until March I, IMd, and the balaace
in two equal InstaImenta at one and two
years, all credit payments to b<- evidenced
by not? and aecured by a trust deed
upon the property.
J. R. V. DANIEL,
N. XV. BOWE,
oc 5 Trustees.
II
By George YV. Mayo, Auctioneer,
9<)9 east BrO id BtTl Bt
OBRE, ORGAN. HOUSEHOLD
H'l'MIIKF. AC.
AT AUCTION.
I will f-'ll at my auction-house at 10:::'!
A. M.
MONDAT, (KTOREI*. 10, l*?n
One Large Blsck Horse, 0 years old, and
a good worker;
One Alexandre Parlor Organ;
Oek and other Chamber Furniture,
Wardrobes, walnut Ceiereta, Ctocka,
pictures, Chairs, Rockers, Bedat?
Bureaus, Tables, Springe, Cnrj
Matting, Lounges, Sofaa, Mettre
Cooking? and Woiod-StOVeS, and Mis?
cellsneoua Articl?
OBOROH W. M WO,
oc 9 Auctioneer,
AUCTION ?WILL BELL ATOTJH
STOKK, MONDAY, October totti. 11::?0
O'CLOCK, NICE LOT APPLES, PEAKS,
PEACHES, QUINCES. GRAPES, POTA
TOES, &c. h i" i ?son & CO
Cominlsslon Merchants,
oc 9-lt* Ml?1 esst Cary street.
FOU S U.E.
FOR HALE,
GREEN AND FANCY GROCERY,
doing a good business. Oood location;
first-class trade; good reasons for ?sell
ing. A good chan<?? for the right man.
Address C-ROfEUV, tare Dispatch.
__oc edty
FOlF?ALE,
PAIR BAY CARRIAGE RORSESj
tvllsh and fast, 1?; hands high; rising 7
vears old; sound and reliable in every
way. Address J. M HIOOINSON,
Ivy !'-p.it.
oc. 9-4M* Albemarle county. Va.
' I'ROl i:??*?lii\ ?I .
Henry LI Jno. Garland Pollard
ATTORNEYS AKD COUKSKLLORS,
1110 East Main Street,
KItJH?>IONl>, VA.
[cc?J-TU,HuBTul3tl_
tV. G. FILKI*TO*4/,
ATTORNB1 AT LAW,
PILKINT4>N I'?ST-OKFK K,
POWHATA.N 4'OL'XTY. VA.
Attend all county courta In Southside
Virginia. oc ? -? **?
AVCTtOlf BALKS?ra^?-*? P??' ^
??REN KatA?7?iaA"?-l* ** ovjimU im
TAXE? FUR THJ* CURRENT CAJLBN
DAR TEA? ARB TO BE PAID PRC
RATA BY THB VENDOR asND THJ
VEND HE.
By J. Thompson Brown A Co.,
1113 Main street
TRUSTEE'? SALE
OK
?78 ACRES OF LAND ON CHESAPEAKI
AND OHIO RAILROAD, NEAR
FORT LEE STATION, ON CHARLE!
CITY ROAD.. A ROUT * ?MILES
EAST OF RICHMOND.
By virtue of a deed of trust from Mr*
M. A. Blunt to me. M truste?*, dated Au
gust 1, l?!?.*., and duly recorded in H?-nric
County Court, In Deed-Book 149 H, pa g
BBJ) to secure a noto therein describe?)
default h?ing mad?-, and being require?
by the beaenctary so to do, I will sell a
public au?tlon. In front of Honrie
county court,
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 14th.
at 12 o'clock, the REA!. ESTATE de
scribed in said deed as follows:
"Tract of land, with all improvement?
appurtenances, rights, and ways t?. th
same belonging, lying In the county o
Henrioo, principally on the north Brae 0
the charles city road, containing 2i
BCn a mor,- or less, bounded on the nortl
by the land of Dickinson, on the east !>:
those of the Ooo.lmans, and on th?3 SOUti
by those of the Jordons an?! Childres.?
and on th>> west by thus? of the Good
mana" Clarke sl'llng iVhesapeake an.
Ohio railway) is on or near this land.
AbOUl ?7'? acre? cleared; balance in wood
mor.- than enough t" pay for the place.
TERMB: Cash as to expense of sale, al
past-do?- fax.s, and t?,<v. with int.res
from August 1st; balance "ii'* and tw
reara, ?> i"*r cent. Interest added, secure,
by deed of trust.
WALLACE F. BROWN. Trustee.
J, Thompson Brown & Co., Auctioneers
oc 9
AUCTION' SALES-Fotnre Day?.
By J. B. Elam & Co..
Real Est?t" Auctioneers.
TRUSTEE'S AUCTION SALE
OF
THE WELL-LOCATED AND VALU
ABLE BRICK FACTORY,
WITH THE LOT FRONTING 60x12?
FEET, ON WHICH IT STANDS.
ON THE EAST SIDE OF RESERVOIF
STREET BETWEEN BEVERLY AND
WALLACE STREETS,
KNOWN AS THE "MATCH FACTORY.'
In ex*'-uti<in of a certain (l?*ed of trust
dated August I IN, recorded in Deed
Book 140. B, pug.* M, Richmond Chan
eery Court, the undersigned trustee wil
-?' Il by public auction, on the premises, or
FRIDAY. OCTOBER 14, iSBt,
at l-JO o'clock P. M . the HEAL BBTATI
described in said deed, it being the shove?
nsmsd well-known "Mar? h Factory," thi
lot fronting ?? feet on Reservoir street
and extending back within parallel line.
120 f?et to a wlile alley, and there ar?
two connecting, spacious, and substantial
brick factory buildingt thereon. Thi?
property la well suit?.! in location, size,
and construction for any small manufac
tory, and adjacent groun<l can now bi
bad If desired
TERMB: By consent and In lieu of th?
terms re-Hired by the deed, one thirri
ensh, and ttie? balance in r?vo equal ir.
Btslments, al all and twive months, by
negotiable sotes, with interest added, an.i
?ecu rod by a deed of tru?<t. or all cash,
at the option of the purchaser.
.1. B. ELAM, Trustee.
J. p. Flam t Co., Auctioneer?.
oc 9-ts
REAL ESTATE AT PRIVATE SALE.
9tMte
WILL HEY A MODERN. KTOr-K
BRICK RESIDENCE on west Main
?treet; eit-hr i*ooma; Litrobe stoves,
range, &c. Vet?- essy terms.
4*. L & H. !.. DENOON.
oc 9_ m Main street
FOR SALE,
A pa y i N ; i n v r?STm il\t.
12.4300 will buy TWO BRICK DWELL
INGS, eeatraily located; always occupied.
Annual rent. MM.
??!?- . i J. III. ?MHS' IN BROWN A CO.
esso
WILL BUT A GOOD FOUR-ROOM
flous?. Large lot Rented nt Sf per month
to white tenant.
POLLARD .*; HAGBY,
0.* 9 It 7 north Eleventh street
12 PER CENT. INVESTMENT.
WE HAVE QUITE A NUMBER OF
Small piec.-s of Property In a good n*fgh
borh.1 that will pay 10 or 12 per cent.
There is nothing better.
POLLARD & BAGBY,
.7 north Eleventh street.
4 III R4 II-llll.l, BARGAIN.
?Vk) WILL BEY A GOOD S-ROOM
Brick House on Twenty-fifth Btreel near
Clay. POLLARD ?v BAGBY,
BS 9-lt No. E north Eleventh street.
I'Or sale,
HEio. s ri;? ?FIT.
IMBS---A BLOCK OF FIRST-ClaASB
WEST-END I.? rTS,
Cast $i?.0OO. and will bring it again be
fore long, now*? the time to pica it up,
.1. THOMPSON BROWN <fc CO.
_oc_9-H_111:! Main street
54)0 At RES,
NO RUILDINGS, MM*, AND BBVERAL
pia,*<js for aale ?>r exchange, E to IM sei *?.
i?; o up, on Rl? hmond, ?Jredertcksburg ana
Potomac rsilrosd. Also, store Property.
Address heal estate, Boa 7s, Rieh
moiid, Va_oc 9-lt*
gT4M
4VII.L BUY A GOOD FRAME DWELL
ING on Twenty-eighth street, it coal
11..*?) a few years ago, aad has city water
and gas. It is a genuin" bargain.
J. B. ELAM A CO.,
oc 9-lt 1 IE! Main street.
FOB S 4LE,
ONLY M
FRANKLIN STREET DWELLING,
near Fifth Btreet Detached, modera,
good oni.r; brich stahl,-. Ac, Will pay 7
per cent, as an investment. It's the best
purchase In this city in a first-class
dwelling, owner wants to |?*?ra d'y.
J. THOMPSON BROWN A CO.
Si.150
WILL BUY A STORE AND DWELI.IN?;
on Venablo street, renting at HI per
month. POLLARD A BAGBY,
Be 9-lt No. fi north Eleventh street.
.*
IIL'EII.IUS.
MEMBEI'.S OF FRATERNAL
LODGE, No. IS, x. F. and A. M.
Attend a atated communication o.
your lo.lge at \i ? tool Temple
MONDAY EVENING at 7::!?) o'clock.
Members of sister lodges and transient
brethren are fi ?finally invited.
By order of the WorahipfUl Master.
E. BOTTIGHEIMER,
jy lZ-Mub2dMt?_ s. cretary,
ATTENTION. PHARE 41 ISTS!
THE BOARD < 'E PHARMACY OF V!K
GINIA will m,. t at Richmond, In lbs han
of the Hou?e of Delegates, at l? a. ai..
OCTOBER ?TH INSTANT. Parties who
wish to sanear for examination must
communicate at on. t with E. It. Beck
with, Secretary, Petersburg, Va
o, Ml* T- A MILLER, President.
.NOTIt K.
Southern Railway Compun?.
Richmond, Vu.. October 1. IBM
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
STOCKHOLDERS <?F THE SOUTHERN
RAILWAY COMPANY, for the purpose
Of electing directora, and for the trans
action of such other business as may
come before the meeting, will be held
at the office ot the company, in the eltv
of Richmond, Va.. On TUESDAY, Octo
ber is. 119-, at lu o'clock A. M
JOSIAH F. HILL
oc. 2-tOc 18 In_Secretary.
o?d Dominion
Building and Loar. Ass.*dation,
Richmond, 4'a., October 1, llflrs.
a. CALLED MEETING OF THE
STOCKHOLDERS OF THE oI.D DO
MINION BUILDING AND LOAN ASS.?
ClATloN will be held In the Hall ot the
Chamber of Commerce, Richmond, \'.?.,
on the 2d DAY OF NOVEMBER, 1898,
at M o'clock A. M, for the purpose of
considering the question Of the conver
sion of other shares Into perpetual stock,
and to take auch action in connection
therewith as mav be d.-.-m.il necessary
by the stockholder?. E. A. BARBER.
oc 2-td Secretary.
lAJfrT, BTRAYBD, A.1D rOVJilm,
LOST-LIBERAL RE4VARD FOR HE
turn of FRENCH WHITE PooDLE
DOG. Answers to name of Cap.
*'. H. El'PS. jr.,
Oc ft-It*_33 west Marshall ?tr**t_
*~LOST. 8ILVER LORGNETTES. RB
ward if returned to 1109 Grove avenue.
oc B-2t*
Order? for printing sent to the Dispatch
AVCSU9U MhSM9~*S9tms*a St*ngu?
~WHEN RR?- -8T?T?? '-???^.^N
TAXES FOR THE ERRENT CAIaMJJ
DAR YMAR ARB TO RR PAID PR?j
RATA BT THE VENDOR AMD TUJ
VENDEE ^?^.?^~~~~
By J. B: Eiam A Co* a
Real Estate Agenta,
1113 ?Main street,
TRUSTEE'S SALE ~"
OK ,
NEAT SUBURBAN COTTAGE AM
LARGE I-OT.
PLAN OF PINALTO N< ?RTH OF BAR
TON HEIGHTS.
By virtue of a deed of trurt from Rub
fi.?! Wyatt, ' at-Hl November 17. 1Mb. SB?
racorde'd Iri Heinle ?"ounty tuurt. Deed
Book IM A, page ??. to the undersign??.
trustee to s?-cure certain notes thereli
described, abfault having been made an?
being required by beneficiary so to do.
will ?ell at public auction, on the pre
mises,
WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 12th,
at 6 P. M., the PROPERTY described Ii
said deed a? follows:
"Three lots of land In the plan o
'Pinalto Grove,1 In the county of Hen
rtco with ?dl Improvements thereon, be
ginning at the intersection of Klnslsn?
avenue with eastern line of Alma, street
where it intersects the f.union road
thence running easterly and fronting 01
north lin.- of Klnsland avenue 2b*. test
thence northwardlv las fast to an all.?
in common 20 f?f*t wide; thene?? alom
Bald allay 120 feet to Alma atreet; thcnc?
along eastern line of Alma street t;
Klnsland avenue, the point of besinning.
TERMS: Cash as to all past-duo taxei
and insurance, and to pay three notes o
MM each, with protest and Interest fron
November l* and December 17. 1*>4. an*
Januarv 1, 1S95. and thirty-three notes <>
?2S.45 each. m a? urine on the 17th of eae!
couse utive month thereafter, with protes
fe.? and accrued Interest on each note
and a credit a-? to ninety-nine notes o
ti?. 9 each, maturing on 17th day of aucl
consecutive month, beginning Octobei
17 UM, and balance, if any, In twelv?
months 6 per cent. Intereat, secured b:
deed of trust. EDWARD H. BROWN,
Trustee.
J B. Eiam & Co.. Auctioneers.
oc 7-td
By R. B. Chaffln & Co., Incorporated,
and
II. L. Cabell,
Real Estate Auctioneers.
COMMISSIONERS' SALE
AT PUBLIC AUCTION OF TUB
HISTORIC AND VALUABLE FARIY
KNOWN AS "TI CKAHOE,"
SITUATED ON THE NORTH HANK Ol
THE JAMES RIVER ABOUT Fi'iCR
TEEN MILES ABOVE RICH
MOND, VA.
Bv virtue of a decree entered April 1
VS)?', In re Cltisens' Hank vs. V. M. Alb't
and oth.t". In the Circuit ?'ourt of Gcoch
land county, we, the und.rslgne.l specla
commtsalonere, will ??Ml at public auction
on the pre?ii!=es. on
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 19. 1898,
at 12.30 P, ht, the REAL ESTATE re
ferrad to m Hid decree, being the valu,
able farm on the James-Rlv? 1 branch ol
th? Chesapeake and Ohio railway knowi
as "Upper TuokahOS," containing 62?
aerea, more or ?ess. Tills la considere?
one of the finest farms on Janus river
There are about 175 acres of alluvial bot
tom lands, and the upland is of excellent
character, mostly chocolate, producing
fine crops of tobacco, grass. an?l grain
The dwelling is of great biabarle Intereat
having at one time been occupied by the
father of Thomas Jefferson, an.l was als?
the country-seat of one of the branchei
of the Randolph family. Tho property i.
very near the Gayton foil Mines, anil Is
rich in peoniiBee of mineral wealth. Par
ties Interested In the ooal feature of this
property would do well to communicate
with Professor ?>'. _. Staler, of Harvard
University, -?vhp, T**e are informed, has
made B geological survey of tha- land.
The farm Is OB on- of the best road?
leading out of the city of Richmond, an?
Is, therefore, e-asy of acsssa both by rail
road and v? hide.
The sale v?ill be marte BUOJeel to th<*
right of the Tu.kahoe foil-Mining Com
paay to one-half of the mineral rights un
deriving ISO acres thereof, the same beln?
tha I-'1 acres which were taken from l?w
er Tuckahoe and added to 'Upper Tuck
ahoe."
TERMS: Cash as to expenses of sale,
any taxes which may be due and as to
tf.TOO, with Interest thereon from August
IS. 1?9S; the balance in three equal Inetal?
rneiits at one. two, and three years, rep
resented by the bonds of the purchaser,
and bearing ?i per-cent. Intereat from dste
Bf sale, title to be r? Mil.id until the full
pur. has?? money has been paid.
DAVID 11 LEAKE,
JOHN RI'THEHFuORD.
W. O. SKELTON,
Special Commissioners.
In the Clerk's ofllce of the Circuit fourt
of the county of ?Gooohhuul- Cltlaens'
Bank of Richmond, for, Ac, Plaintiff,
vs. Virginia M. Allen atid als.. Defend
ants:
I William Miller. Clerk of the sahl
court do eertUy that the bond 1.?quired
of the apscial commlselonera by the de
cree rendered in said cause on the 1st
day of April, MM, hSi been duly given.
Given under my hari?i as Clerk "f the
said court this 12th day of September,
i?98 WILLIAM MILLER,
flerk.
H fi.? probablv more liberal terms than
the above may be given on the day of sale.
se ?.:!".oc:',:.:,9,12,l<.16,18--10t_
l: M Beldon Taylor ?*i Son.
Real Estate Auctioneers.
T*RUSTLE'S AUCTION S.U.E
A OK
AN UNJDfVIDED ONE HALF OF THE
BRICK TENEMENT, 103 WEST
CARV STREET.
In execution of a certain deed of trust,
bearing date on th?- ttth ?day of Septem
ber. ik?7. anal rec ?rded in the fl?*rk'a of
Sce of the Chancery Court of the city of
Kichmon.t. Deed-Book Ml A, page Ut-, de
fault having been made In the payment
of the note th? 1. by Beeured, and being
required bo t?. do by th? holder of tho mm
note, 1 will s.-ll at public auction, on the
premises, on
THURSDAY, ?OCTOBER 13 :
at ?:.tti o'clock P. M., an UNDIVIDED
UNE HALF INTEREST IN THAT CER
TAIN LOT OF LAND tvith a TENE
MENT DWELLING ?No. IDS *.\'>t ?'ary
-tr.'ti thereon. In the city >>f Richmond,
on the smith side of Carry Btreet between
Adama and Jefferson atreete, fronting on
Cary atreet Me-U feet, ?and runalng back
i-" t- el m an alley 10 fi el wide.
TERMS: ?'ash as to expenaea of aale
and tax?e, ami an amount sufficient to
pap off and disch irge a note for USA, with
intereat from th? .?.I 'lav of October,
UN; balance, if any, on a crsdil of six
uni twelve months, with Internal added,
and Becured bv deed of trust on th- pro?
soi,. CUTCH1N8. Trustee.
H S'ldon Taylor ?v. Bon, Auctioneer.
us; s-?<t
By N. W. Low .
Real Bstste Ao< ttoi -
/ ?OURT SAL.: Of A IMALL BUT
KJ Vr.l'Y 1)1 1KAKLK
CORNER STORE PROPERTT
AT THE SOUTHEAST CORNER OF
LEIGH AND HARRISON STREETS,
AT AUCTION.
in BXScatloB of 'he thereinafter m?-n
tioned de.r?., we will sell by BUCtlOB, OB
the premlf.-s, on
M? in day, OCTOBSR 17. MM,
at 4::? o'cloeh P, M., the PROPERTY
above referre?l to.
The lot fronts 20 1-12 feat, more or less.
oa Leigh street at tha- Boutheaal corser
of Harrison atreet, and extends hack IM
feet along the east line of Harrison street.
The house Is ?. good two-story framed
detached bunding, with one r....m la the
rear ?>f the .?.ore and three romis ov?r
the same, and a dry cellar beneath.
This property is In an excellent loca
tion for conducting a profitable huislness
r.-?lulling small capital, end it would
prove a ko<k1 investment for rental.
TERMS: One-fourth rash, sad the resi
due In three equal instalments at six.
twelve, and eighteen months, for notes,
with Intereat added, and the tit!? retained
until the whole purchase monay I.
paid. BEVERLY T. CRUMP,
D. <". RICHARDSON,
Special Commissioners,
Wood's Guardlen, plaintiff, against Hill
and als., defendants.?In the Chnneery
4 ourt of the city of Richmond:
I, fharlea XV. Ooddln, flerk <?f said
court, certify that the bond required of
the special commissioner?* by ih.? decree
In said cause of December 6, 1894, has
been duly given.
Given under my hand thl? 7th day of
December, lfftM.
CHARLES XV. GODDIN,
de !>-??t ?'lerk.
Old papera for sale at the DispaU'h
office.
AI ?T TIOV BALES?Falar* |?,M
WHEN REAL ESTATE lu A>L?>'t?is
TAXES FOR THE CURRENT ? AI i -
DAR YEAR ARE TO BE PAH? ? ',,','
VBN??EE^THB VKNI"'K AND ?
rpRU.STEES'BALE OP BOUSE No
A llie WKST BAaaVSAU fiTBIgT,
In execution of a certain deed of'tr ?.
dated September 14. 1* * .-.
Chancery ?our, for ?he, i
in De.d-Lo..k !.;, C. pi.ge ft. th?r? K.v -
been default in th# pevment of -
? secured, and rl th? r- quo?!
flc'ary. we ?H! sell by aun
pren.I*??, ?>n ' "
WEDNESDAY. OCTOBBB 12. Xt?t,
at -:20 o'clrxk P. M . the R?OUSE <
veye-1 by th.* aforesaid de*?i ,,
lui v./. Marsha!! ttreet, ??! ?, ,
up>n which It stands, fronting i; ij.ij *,.?",
an I running back Hi feet to .? *?-f??,?'
TERMS: ?'ash BUfficlenl I
sale taxes to day of tale, and
$1..**?), with Int,
September, Ufa. and the r
and two years, for notes, Wl,?
added and secure?! by a I :
JOHN T GGDDIV
N. W. BOWE
"g 7_> ,
By Pollard A Bagby, '
Rial Est?t? Auctl?,-.
pOMMl^SIONEKS'AUCTION sal?
LR1CK DWELLING WITH L
A N1
VALUABLE I>>T. ON SOUTH
MARSHALL
BETWEEN GILMER AND GKaha?j
STREETS. **
KNOWN AS N
In execution of a .1? i
eery Court of the city Of I:
tered on July 2... IBS, In tl
Bland and als. VS. Dsbn. \ I: ,
I als., we, ?h?- undersigned, v., .
suction, on th. : a "'
4VEDNESDA'i ??, !2, Kt
at 4:30 o'clock P. M.. th'* al i
PROPERTY. The lot la a I
a frontage of M feet on Marsha
ot lui feet t" alley in common
lot is a small brick dwell!] : of thr?.?
rooms.
TERMS: 4?ne fourth
la tiire.pial Inatalm?
and eighteen month*?, credit ;
In- evidenced by a? got!
interest added from day of
retained until all ar" paid;
oulion of pun :
HARRY L. WA 1-"V
WARREN II
Special COB] : r
I certify that the bond r-quIrM by t*i?
shove deer, t as t?-? sp?cial . - (
baa been duly given.
CHARLES O. BAVILLB,
oc 7_
COMMISSIONEKS*" HA 1.7
OF
LARGE AND VALUABLE :
AT NEWPORT NEWS, .
?FRONTING 4<*> FEET <>R M
THE RIVER
AND CONTAINING ABOI r
Pin su,ant to a decree of ?t.
of W?irwi?*k county, enter.
day of December. I?!??, In ?h
suit of L. K. Hudgina. executor
<". Hudgina, deceased, vs J. - .
and fthsrs, anil a decree >-.,t? r-d on th,
stth day of. o? t??ber, lS^, -,
Bpecial commissiohers will sell, *
auction, on
THURSDAY'. OCTOBER It, II I
at 11 o'clock A M.. on th? pi -
REAL ESTATE in the B II
lugs mentioned and d.
of IM?-, acre?, which
John S. Tucker and John H V.
Of Charles K Msllorj
George II, Peek, apeclsl
in the oonsolldat<d ?lilt? In R ?
In the 4'in nit Court Of Elirai
county, entitled Brinkl-?. Ac. t?. Lu|.
mar an 1 other?. Willis and V. if.? ?-> Jjv
mar and others, and Peek
other?, as appears by th.* report Bl IBM
special commuHjtonera In sai.i *
i>-tober l, 1172, which wat oonSrssad i?y i
decree of t>a'?i court in .-.?.id s?u
aa I n tobar 2. 1172, wherein
1? described a? Lot N?> X 00 !
of t Be* Par her West LaTAtea, t
may be further dts-crihrd ??- b
tli?* ?oiithw.-st by .1
north by Pumpkin Hall tra? ' i
rated from It by New-poi t .-* ;?
on the west by Lot No. 7, On : ??
Plat, and on (he east by I/Ot N?x 9, un ?ill
plat
TERMS: One-'hirJ . xsh, and aht bal
anc?. in three equal Instalm? it
with ?nteres? from date, 'It I '
rrfghtetm montha, reepeetlt
day of ?ale, for which the i H ?
purcbasera ahall giv?* hoada
payable to th.- said Bpecial COmm
ami the title retained ai I
order of th>- court : or i he ; *
Ht his option, pay all cash; ot I .
Security of that said iWerrofl :
execute S deed >,f mist upar*
lots purchased by him, to he drawn tad
recorded at ft la BKBOnBI
The water front of IM) f- Bl
running ba/'k about 290 f? t froui
water llnoito an aven.'" .'
lie sold aa a whoi?-. offerinir n i
opportunlti- for the pure.'..
the bast watei f?ont pt*opei ?
port N.-ws: the rest of the i r i-ro '
be sold In lots, according to a I
poss"ssi'-?n of ih?> euc?oneets
This property offers a iiiv> >>r
for Investment: It 1!. s below
peaks and ? ihlo railroad pi? -
tween the r,r,,p, rty of thsl
the iiropi-rty of tii* Old D minion Lard
Company.
R. G. BICKPORD
RH'HARD WALKE,
THOMAS TABB,
RICHARD H. TUNSTALl
Bpe. lal Com? i
Clerk's OfTlco of tho Circuit I :
Waywlck County:
I hereby certify that th?< boi . '
of the special commission? r
S Of Sale haV? ' I
ex? cuti ?!
Given ,in?l? r my hand thlfl - a
September, D G MTB
For maps or personal i
property, call upon the
il Trie .?.- (Jo., of Norfolk,
Tucker ?t Co., ?>f Newport N
_ , !
By C, L. & H I. :
Real L -tat.- Agent -* *
Main
rpBUSTEaS' S A l.l.
JL of
DESIRABLE TWO-STORY 4.N1
MENT DETAl'HED BRJ
DWELLING.
No. ::".' V. KSI . LA i HI :
THE LOT FRONTING
THE NORTH LINK OF CLAY
STREET
AN!? RUNNING BACK
PARALLEL LINES AN I ill
LAR DEPTH TO HH?'"K v
NIK. HAVING TW? > i ?IBA
BLE BTREtST FR?
B*/ virtu.- "t i:
?,' ad "f trust, d.it.,1 Jul) 11, l?
tard u the CI.
l'ban. <i y < 'ourt Deed-I
X2\. default having be. n n
i ij ne-ut of .. erl tin : '
? .n ,l. and i Ins ? -,
?
on
THURSDAY, OCTOBER
.?t | p, M., the DESIH IBI
STORY AND BASEMEN :
: weel Claj ttr.
front of M feet on Claj
back t?. Brook avenu. .
TERMS. Cash ..s lo ?upen???
?utlng this trust, and to pay ?
J-??, witti int- rest thereon fr u
IHM. and a credit as to I! -s- ' '
- raid Bate hearing Inter.
date Of .-ale; balan? e St ' '"
yearn C. l dknogK
JOHN HI S 1KB JR
l'i
C. L A H. L Deno.-m. Auctioneer?
<
llard A Bsgbj
Real Eelat^ Auctioneers.
TBUblKES'AUCTION SALE'
OK
No. 121? NORTH TW?n>rTY-FUTlI
STREET,
NEAR FAlRMOrNT.
Bv virtu? cf a dr*?l of tru?t
Pebruarv 11. If**;, recorded in
County ?'ourt. D*??l-Hook IJO A. I
vs.. ail! astl by auction, on tho pn
on
FRIDAY. (KTHHKI1 14. !*i*
at 6 o'clock P. M . the ai-??ve-m.n(ie.?e?t
TWO-STORY, FIVP*-R04?:4l DWEIJJH??
AND LOT. fronting on Tw? a
?tr**t 30 feet, running ba? k !.. ? *
rolle! line? !*? f??*t to alle.? 14 feet wWe.
I ERMf Enough In cash lo i
of ?ule and a note for *?V?> with Interest
from Eebruary 11. IS?; balance at en?
and two year?.
JOHN BAOHT. -?
WILLIAM ELLY.-W**.
oo 'lYijei'*'?*

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