Upwards of a Hundred Thousand Hollars IVferchandsse Received,
and among all these that are right there must-.bs sohie that are
wrone these "wrong " things are sold Friday's, and in most
evasion of full standard—or perhaps some^slight mishaps^ in one qi
rection or another.
* ' All at About -One Mali Price.:
There are thousands of dollars' worth distributed throughout
every department in the house. These few as samples merely: .
All- Wool colored Dress Goods and
Homespun, f ull double -width, pßf*
usual 50c. quality, per yard.
A lot of Yard-Wide Silk-Finished
Tacquaid, in various colors to 6
yard lengths, cost 39c, j£q
i0r ...... ....•- ■-
176 pairs Ladies' Lace Lisle
Gloves, in Black, White, and- fq_
colors, were 50c, for.. -• *•£*
253 pairs Ladies' Glace. Kid
Gloves, the «3C. . ones, ail rq
colors, to be closed f0r . . . . .... v*"v
English Gloria , Umbrellas, 69c.
value, steel rods, to close ,'9'Q/j
Some 25 Silk Carola and-
Taueta ones, Si and .^-S 00 * 1 RQ n
Black /01-Silk Taffeta, 50c. *&-,
grade, f0r.... .^OL.
Black Ail-Silk Feau de Sole, p-Q r
$1 and 90c. grades, for, yard.;<^V^
Knit Vesiis and Pants, for, Ladies,
Misses, and Boys, all 75 C * *5J?^»
and $1 ones,; per garment . .;. . &V *»
Children's Fleece ' Ribbed g
12 i-2C. ones for .. - V^
Ladies' iqc. Medium "Weight o
Vests for ■ ° **
Ladies' White . sc. Handler- »_,
chiefs, hemstitcheel, for — .... **»
'Scalloped Edge Embroidered ones
that . sell for 10 and 12 1-2 C. _,
will be sold for.
14 Ladies' Walking and Dress
Suits, sold from §9.50 to ar qq
$I2;5O, choice tptj»W
Ladies' Black and Colored Dress
Skirts sold from §5.75 to a « r /)
$7.50, choice - • $a.GU
Camel's Hair Plaid '^'fPffa
Dress Skirts, worth $5, for fpJ* • **
I 413 pairs cf Lace Curtains, from 1
' to 3 pairs in a lot, sold as high as
! $3.50 a pair, choice this 0» s\
Friday, per pair q>f*OJ
Tapestry Portier€B from last sea
■ son, sold for §3.75, in va- d> g go
; rious colorings, per pair.. s>*»&*J
i Single or pair Lace Curtains,
I cost §2.95 a pair, per single 0p.,,
3 1-2-inch Ribbon, Fine Satin
Taffetai all s*hades, in spttU^,
pieces to 6 yards, for, yard 8& l*>\»
• 5-inch Liberty Satin Rib- «q
bon, our best 45c. grade, for..
3-inch Black Taffeta Ribbons q
to be sold for *?«
I 2 57 yards 12 1-2 C. Shrunk
r Canvas, for, a yard . - •* &
The best Percaline, " that sells
! 12 Best Eiderdown §1.50 o/)-,
i Blankets, for C VG
I 38 foe. Fillow-Cases for 6c.
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The first german of the Richmond Cotil
lon Club will be given. at the Masonic
Temple on Friday, December 12th. and
will be one of -the /events of the social
season. Llr. Henry S. llotchkiss is "the
president, and Mr. Richard P. Winston
»s the secretary and treasurer. The board
it composed of Messrs. Stuart Cooke,
Philip R. Carlton, George D. Morgan,
William K. Turner, C. Irving Blair, The
following popular young society people
will act as chaperones: Mr. and .Mrs.
AUo'phus Blair, Mr. and Mrs. Richard T.
Wilfcon, Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Blankenship.
Mr. and Mrs. George W. Stevens, Mr. and
Mrs: K. D. Hotchkiss. Mr. and Mrs.N. T.
Moulton, Mr. and. Mrs. 1.. N. Jones, Mr.
ymd Mrs., John Cullen. Mr. ami Mrs. Ed.
Benson. Mr. and . Mrs. Richard Meade,
Mr. and Mrs. Burton Ford. Mr. and Mrs.
Austin Brockenborough, Mr. and -, Mrs.
M r . J. AVaJlace.
Th? engagement has been announced of
Miss Jlr*ry Ncwbold- Lawrence, of Now
Yori:. to Mr. Hoth; Lorton,- formerly (if
this city, but riow^ of Atlanta. Ga., Mr.
Lor: on was very prominont In, the .society
circles of Now York city where lie lias
lived u li til very recently. During his resj
/H'lico in, tl'f t city" he ' was .in olliccr " in
tho Wt-dnes&ay: Cotillon Club and was
a- popular niomber of- the, southcr-i socie
ty- • t - • ' - - ■' - ■ ■■
■'':.:.;■ ." .' '" .. • .'• ,/. - \ ■ ;,r ..
General Fitzhugh Lc-e is ppending a", few
days at the New Willard, Washington. D.
C, in"' consultation 'with' Mrs. T Fairbanks
■ snd other, .prominent \ women of. , the
daughters of the American: Revolution .in
,?egard : to the: aid: the society will' give to
,v. he£JefferKonl; Roadj Association; recently
Orgahized " fois.the [i. 'purpose of. -building, a
; jouleyard-irom.the ynivefpity of Virginia;
'AtjChariottesviilen to . Jefferson's : tomb, .' at
Uontlcello. - Mrs/: Fairba riks ..will ■go to
Chartptte6\'ille : "om Friday," to" be t lie guest
'yt^lrsfyon Mayhoff, at Mohtlcello; : wlfe're
»he" will, be^olnedf bnt Saturday" by^mum
Children's $2.50 and §2^98 Walk- £
ing Coats, some 31 of #» pj/} 1
them, choice . . . . % . . . . --> 0/.y.V "j
Children's $2.50 Reefers *qq
Ladies' Bsc. Flannelette Bli-^^_ i
monas, choice to-day ....... . Vv w> |
Ladies' 25c. Black Lace / 9 //«*■»
Lisle Hose, closing price. .. *«» /^^
All the Children's Black Ribbed
Seamless Hose that sold for 10 £._
and 12 i-2c, sale price...; .;.. •***•
Our best 50c. Linen Table' <$Q*
Damask, mill ends, a yard.. Wte/O.
A lot of Checked Glass Towels, j_
short lengths, per yard.... . .. ; :'***.
Si. 25 dozen Hemstitched Linen _
Doylies, size'lo2lo, each . .
Linen Dinner Napkins, some 17
dozen, to be sold, 3-4 size.
instead of $1 dozen Wv «*
All the V/hite Goods that cost to
35c, India Linon, "Wash Chiffon,
Persian Lawns, etc., choice o_
to-day, per yard .............. ® is
67 of the Pin-Cushions in the Art j
Department that sold for 25 rf*^ \
and 35c, sale price SQG j
All the Appiiqued Scarfs and |
Shams that shpw soil, that were j
29, 39, and 50c, will be « R j
15 and.. <&^4ff
29 Men's Camel's Eair Shirts 3
and Drawers, were 81c, &/j _ I
closing price" wVt», i
27 Men's Nightshirts, the tf)n«i
best 50c. ones ever sold, fcr..^S'C# |
A lot of new Neckwear of <*■»/)-, I
this season, the 50c. ones, for^s«'w |
Fine All-Wool Black 46-inch Dress |
Serges that sold for 98c, K/)r»|
sale price, a yard ... . .... 4 * jj
All-Wool Cashmere that /ifif* 1
sold for 80c., per yard j
AU-Wool Black Storm Serge p () r \
that sells for 42c., 1 per yard. . «6A#- 1
Heavy Fleeced Canton Flan- p
nel, the 6 1-4 C. grade, for, yard
12 1-2 c. Plaid Dress.Ging
hams manufacturers' lengths, **-,
Yard- Wide 10 and 12 1-2 c. a _
Light and Dark Percales for <&Zt
New Fleeced Fl&nnellette, new
styles in printed designs, best g,-,
value 12 I-2C, per yard ... ©y |
■White Crochet Quilts, slight- tf» /} -, 1
ly imperfect, $1.25 grade, for ©C/£» g
Closing Children's Crib 1
Blankets, from last season, pp*-, I
for . . . . . . . I
Corset Covers 75.; Lace «p-
Trimmed Low Meek ones, for.<S?y£»
A lot of Ladies' 89c. Night-
Gowns for... Qh/b
Mercerized Underskirts, in :.
colors, made to sell f0r §1.25,-^ s\^
her of the officers of the board of the na
tional society, which is now holding its
regular monthly meeting in "Washington.
Mrs. yon Mayhoff, who is a sister of
Hon. Jefferson M. Levy, the present owner
of the estate, will give a reception in
honor of Mrs. Fairbanks and her asso
ciates on Saturday afternoon.
*'.'• '• ■-
Mrs. R. Carter Scott will have with
her in hc-r box at the coming Horse Show
Mrs. Charles J. ■ Faulkner, the wife of
Senator Faulkner, of - Martinsburg, "W.
Va., one of' the noted beauties of the
South: also Miss Mamie Russell and Miss
Virginia Cover, of \ Winchester; and Miss
Sophia. Carter, of Fauquier. : all of whom
will arrive in Richmond October 13th. The
younjr ladies are acknowledged belles and
beauties in their own section of the State
and in Richmond, and Mrs. Seoit. her
self, is a young; matron and hostess of
whom Richmond is justly proud.
Tickets for the excursion to the Natural
Bridge" can be obtained at the train by
those who have not already secured them.
The excursion will leave Saturday morn
ing at 10 o'clock, and will return Monday
afternoon at 5 o'clock. Mrs. George A.
Lyon and Mrs. C. P. Wellford will be tlie
chaperones for the aftair.
... • c :• ■
The Board, of Managers of Uhe Associa
tion for the Preservation of: Virginia An
tiquities, will meet Tuesday, October Tth, ;
at noon, in the rooms of the Virginia His
torical Society. The board is composed,
of . the Central Committee and the Ad
visory Board.- ■ . v-
'■:.'/■■ ■■* :;• [.• :. -, - ■ , V ■-,.'■
Mr. Howard Love!! arrived in the city
yesterday from a. four, months' trip to
Atlanta a::d 1113 Tolula Springs. ■•■..
'•.'•■ „ *;' -■-■■• '-..■■
; Mr.s.Jutia A. Per vy and uaughteiV Miss
Bessie Porry. o£ '.Orcygc, ■ Va.. aro. vlsit
iKS Mrs. Perry's. da uahtc-r. Mrs. K. M. Mc-
Clure, on Fiist avenuo. CJiesinut Hill:" "|
The physicai culture 'class, conducted
by Miss Jessie R: Pondleton in - 1 he pa rlor
of, the Young. Men's Christian ■■Association;;
AVednosday aflcrnoon, was -much^enjoyed
by the inrge -r.uniber of -ladies i: present.-
The' -hst: K'ss-rii will be repeated: to-day
at 5 P. M,, ill 11' iiorth Fourth' street. ;
- .■ ',•»•., : ';"'■■"-■■ :'■■■■'■
:i:.MiSH: Maicn Burnett and Miss^Eflie Ay
lelt (Jof 6r. iyi!l i render.aVdelightful.vinusi
.cai:proKrammeat;;thcoysitiI supper which
will^be,:t3vtn:htUht!:FirFt Baptist; churclv
tw-night Tor; tnelljencHt|o(|tliVlD;orcaslSo|
A lot of Linen Torchon Laces, o-»
12: yards" to the piece, a piece. . *$ G
Wide .Irish: Crochet and Sierre
Laces j cost 50 to 85c, per ops**o ps**
yard...;.. ...... "...:.. '.'.". «dy
Worsted Soutache Braids at jr_
the trimming counter^ 3 yds. for ■* -G
Wide Hercules Braid, per pj
yard ....... . . . . . . . ... ..,.-..'. . 9G
50c. Knit Petticoats for 35c.
25c. Knit Petticoats to be gr*^
sold f0r.... /£**».
Ladies' Shirt-Waists in all-
wool flannel, §1:25 ones, for. 'tJ/Ji*.
Pin-Dot Mercerized Serge pj/} —
Waists f0r.. . . . ; .; . ....".. .v W<*.
I ioc. White Beading for per r* _
J bunch..... ......... \.:..... *>l>
I 2 1-4-yard Long Corset Laces _;
I per d0zen.. .. ........ ....... . ©&■
600 cakes Witch Hazel Toilet g^
Soap, per cake . . . . . .' . .-'. .'. . .... *** |
67 bottles of Violet Ammonia,
15c. size, f0r ........ . . . . . at»
Large Round Batiste Lace p _ I
Collars, 59c. ones, sale price. &QG 1
ioc. Embroidered Turn-Over «^ \
Collars for &G I
, ■■■..■. ■ 1
I 50c. Straight-Front Corsets, «p !
I 112 to be sold for, 'each.... :."*»v€» |
25c. Bustles for 15c. j
27 §5 Corsets for $3.50. |
S ■ • ' ' *
36 Boys' Wash Suits, r/)^
were 98c. for 'O &/C7
42 Boys' Suits, ages to ef> b «p*
10 yeai-s, were §2.19, suit %[)#t,&p
75 and £Be. Boys' Pants /» _
for ..... .'..". ..... . . . . . .QwG
Closing out all that's in the base
ment, for instance :
178 Largest Size Engraved De
canters, price $1.50, are »» ™^
being sold for iOG
Water Bottles that were eps- r
; 48c, for . . .... . . .... . . '-. JOQ
A lot of Imported German China
Cups and' Saucers. V/hite,
were a dozen, closing a'«^
: for. dozen ..... ............
■ 100-piece- Flow-Blue Imported
Dinner Sets, were $16, , a r\ /)/)
are being sold f0r . . . ... SpfUafyU.
j 42 • Handsome Decorated Banquet
I Lamps, were marked 0 9 « p?
I §3-so> ch0ice...'. ....... o<S»<S©
25 and 30c. Mattings, sell- r/)-,
ing to-day. for . . ........ «yG
A lot of 51.69 Smyrna Rugs g^ £j
75c. Tapestry Carpets, only ~fo
four designs, a yard ...... . ..-.* i f "**,
I Infants' Flannellette Petticoats,
S with bodies to .be sold to-day gf\ _
I f0r...:.......... .......... *VG
1 Infants' Flannellette Wrap- sq^^
I pers, all sizes, closing for each* &y
ctety. The affair will be in charge of
Mrs. George Cooper,' Mrs. L. B. Jariny
.* *". * ".. .
Miss Nellie Bsale has returned from
a pleasant visit to Scottsville. ' '//
» _, . * |
Miss ■ Coley Lovell lias returned from
a. pleasant visit to her brother in At
- ~ » * ' ■ ■ - -
Mrs. Miller MeCue,. of Staunton,. form
erly Miss Camilla Alscp, is visiting here.
- ■ • >-■• • ■ -'■■: ■' ■
Mr. and Mrs. Farmer; of New York, are
spending a week or two in the city.
Miss Virginia McLeod, who has 'been
spending the summer on the Jersey coast,
returned 'home last week. ..
Miss Emily Addison has returned to the
city, after a pleasant summer at Maple
Shade Inn. Puiaski. .Va.
. . * ■ ■ • ■ '
Mrs. becatur Axlell, who has been
spending the summer at the- Virginia Hot
Springs, returned, home* Friday. : . ... ./■
* * «? " ■ , - ■'.-.. " .-■'-
Miss Kate Exall. of Baltimore, and
Miss Randall returned last. evening from
a- visit to friends at Amelia Courthouse.
Mrs. Anne Roy Rutherfood, of.
Castle, Va.,. is the guest of her daugh
ter, Mrs. George Ben Johnston. . /
'■:' ''■ , \ ■ -;.*"• * '; ' ' : - '
Mrs. Charles. Evelyn Smith ..returned
from a northern trip, which included a
visit to. Saratoga, 'last Monday even
ing. • ■> ." .' ' ' . . ;
, - - ; '..■"-.' ' : * « *. - -'"' •-'■ ■■""'■"■
-Mies A. .Elliott, ..of .Richmond, is
visiting Mr. and "Mrs. R. A. Mundle, in
Charlottesyille. .: -\ , //• .. - ;
: ■■■■■-''■■ : .■'-..•.••:■■■•• :•■■ ' "•'.-,.'.■ ..;'■•' '■ : -.-,;•■;
Mr. James Patterson, .of West Virginia,
is the" -guest . of .Mr./ Fendley. Dickinson,
of. south' Third -street. ; ■■ , ; .
; Fri^r.ds of Miss Emmie Tliomas.'a. ereat
social /favorite"-, in'-* rtlc:imond,' y will-, be ■ de
iighted€to hear:* of /.her • .-return- from a;
pleasant / stays'/with ; .: friends :■ in. >" Louisa
'county.-.;: .• 7 - - , ' " ■■'."..
.'■ '-«*»'•' - '-■''■ :~: ~
: Miss Katheriri(3;Trice, ! :of 'Buckner's'Sta^;
t ibn. ; : Louisa." .oouhty,: ; arrived r: in' Richmond •
yr.sterday,"?'and; : _ls';;ylsltins Mrs. : Sibert^at ;
No. -014 oast- Grace -street. -■-. ■.-: -..-■■ . '■"-
•* • '
s;i-i promises to be a very dclJgntiui ai
&^ii;iA;:ruui uagoy^hag left-for^the Bap
tlst:"Thcolog:lcal-S=rainary; Jn iKentuclW
Mr^Bagbyils l^; brother of ; Dr. /George; H^
Bagby, of this ' city.
''■■'' *\ ■■■■..■;'■ '.-•;■..-■ i.;[:- " -:-"-:''. J |» ->V •.'■/. ■.•::i'. ; -'.:—>-...r.-J--v '' ■' ; •-
-Miss Henningham Spilmanl'l-who^isiun-;
der: treatment, r continues 1 about; the.- same."
„__ . ■•-.-""■■■' : -. * »' • '
■ ; Mr.,: Guy : W^/Kauch : left yesterday: for
Virginia; where he will spend;, a
month. ■.--■■•. // ;: " /- i/'vi •'; •'• .-'■,:':■ ■ 1 ':/ l /:-r-"
"THE BRjTISH-AiVIERICAN •
' TOBACCO AGREEMENT.
Kxplanatioii Made by Thomas F.
■ Ryan-Comliine Interests to Seek /
..;■' Trade Hand in Hand Throusli- c
out the World.
NEW YORK. October. 2.— An authorized
statement" regarding the agreement .be
tween: the /American arid : - British tobacco
companies was: made to-day by Thomas
F. Ryan, who returned on Tuesday from
London. Mr. . Ryan said that I the - state-'
.merits'.".made inseveral of the papers on
thej morning after his arrival, purporting
to quote his'; interpretation of the agree
ment' in London, were inaccurate, and,
in some instances, misleading, ks to the
conditions under which the new. agreement
was formed, - ; he said;- to-day: --" ;/ /
"The agreement made between the rep
resentatives of .'the 'lmperial Tobacco Com
pany of England ' on the one --
hand and the Consolidated Tobacco
Company on the other was mutual in its
character, but entirely .satisfactory -to
both sides. It was . accomplished. ;by
friendly conference, after full considera
tion of. the interests of all parties affect
ed.; The agreement was -of an interna
tional character, which. has not belonged.
I thhink, to any previous trade arrange
ment. / -
. ". FULL CONSIDERATION.
"It means the reunion of the representa
tives of an- important business . in .Great
Britain and America for the purpose of
seeking trade hand in tend throughout
the world. My visit to London grew: out
of an invitation extended to me in July
last by the directors of the British, com
pany, after several of the directors had
visited. the United States, and while: here
had conferred with Mr. Duke, president
of' the Consolidated Tobacco, 'Company,
and myself, regarding the respective in
terests of the companies we^ represAited.
The" agreement made to transfer to tht»
Imperial Tobacco ■; Company the business
of the Consolidated/Tobacco Company
in England was made for full and satis
factory consideration. The .American
Tobacco Company -became "a large* share
holder in the English company,. with three
representatives on its board of directors,
one of whom is Mr. Duke. . ■
DIVISION OF. FIELD. /
"The ' Consolidated' Tobacco Company
will pursueits business in the American
field, including not only the United States,
but Cuba, . Porto "j.aca, the Hawaiian
Islands and the Philippines, without com
petition from the English company. The
Imperial Company will not- encounter the
competition' of the American company in
the business of the United Kingdom of
Great Britain and, lreland, including Scot
landand Wales. In ; the new British Ameri
can company, the British company has
one third and the American company has
two thirds. The board of directors con
sists of six representatives of the British
company . and twelve of • the American,
with Mr.' Duke, as if president, who re
mains abroad to perfect the organization.
This 'British-American company will take
over the entire business of the; Imperial
Company and of the Consolidated Com
pany in all foreign countries and in the
colonies of Great Britain, including India,
Canada, and Australia. The agreement
made is satisfactory to both sides; and
equitable to . all interests represented!"
A SENATOR IN TROUBLE.
Oliio iVeTrspaper Stories Leil to En
counter With His AViTc.
SALT LAKE, UTAH, Oct. ' 2.— All ' the
laudatory, articles printed about former
United States Senator Arthur Brown, of
Utah, during his campaign and follow
ing: his induction /into "office were :as
nothing compared to the nice things which
the local papers of. Xenla, 0., said when
Mr. Brown attended a school reunion
there a short time ago. . He was accom
panied by Mrs.: Ann Madison Bradley,
formerly . secretary of the .Republican
State -Committee of Utah.
; In the absence:of any expression to the
contrary from Mr. Brown the Genia re
porters assumed that his companion was
Mrs/Brown, and in order to do full jus
tice to the occasion they 'included her in
their "write up."
' The Xenia editors thought it would ; be
pleasing to Mrs/Brown to distribute some
of the papers containing the article among
her friends. So : a generous supply of
marked copies was sent to Mrs. Brown
in Salt Lake. .
Mrs. Brown received them al right.
She also read the marked articles with
much care. They .told about the arrival
of "Senator. Brown and his .wife" m
Xenia, about their 'entertainment, about
the senator— and "Mrsl Brown."
Mrs. . Brown did not distribute the*pa
pers among her friends. She knew 'much
concerning her husband's visit: to Xenia,
however, which- he may have forgot to
mention when he • returned from the trip.
But she acted on' the information fur
nished her by the faithful Xenia editors.
' The result was that Senator Brown and
Mrs. Bradley were arrested at 3, o'clock
this morning; charged by /Mrs. Brown
with a statutory offense. Her action was
hastened by Senator" Brown iiling papers
Saturday in a' suit against her for divorce.'
Mrs. Bradley " is '- the wife of a well
known railroad man. "She 'is exceedingly
plain of feature. '
It is reported that Mrs. Brown followed
the senator and' Mrs. Bradley a few
nights ago to tho Cullen Hotel and a live
ly scene, resulted. Mrs. Brown is the
second wife of Senator Brown and eloped
with him from Michigan. Where he . left
his first wife and her children.
Senator Brown was counsel! for the de
fense in a manslaughter case last week
in which he made an impassioned plea
for protection to women. Mrs. Bradley
sat -in a chair directly behind- him.. The.
jury were acquainted with the senator
and' many had heard the talk-in which
his name . was mentioned with that -of
Mrs. -Bradley. They brought in, a verdict
of guilty. The. charge against Senator
Brown is a felony in Utah, and if con
victed he wil go to State prison. ■ He
gave bail -for himself and Mrs. ■ Bradley,
and will appear for examination in a few
days. " - -/ '■■ W- ' ' ■■■■■ - - -
Arthur -Brown was United States sena
tor for- Utah little more than .a. .year.
Upon the admission, of the State of Utah
he was elected as a- ; Republican, to. they
senate Jan. 22. IS9G. he and "Senator.' Frank
J. Cannon being- chosen; at the: same time
and on the same vote. Lots' w T ere" "drawn
in the presence o( the senators to see;who
should. get the long and who : the' short
term." Brown got the latter., so "-his term
of office expired March 3. 1597.: Although:
Mr. -Brown had eigaged actively in politics
for five or six years prior to his election.;
he ; had never before held office. He is a
native of Michigan; and in IS7O removed'to
Salt ;Lake City, where he has since re-,
sided and engaged in-,the practice of -law.
He is ' fifty-nine years^old. / . ' :
The 'Calvary.. Pastorate.
: Rev. Dr. Weston Bruner, pastor of
Lee-Street Baptist church, -Baltimore, de
nies any knowledge 0f... a call: being ex
tended -him- -from ■ -c Calvary. .Baptist
church. : of this . ■ city. . other^ a'han' that
which;he has- seen in a Richmond paper.
He*\'ould "not say -whether he would'ac
cept ; when.' approached on v /the > subject.
He-has no reason for wanting : to -leave
Baltimore; where his work is ; progressing
nicely^ .'.•""'.". " ' '.. .' .. ■
.i " ■ 'vNevrJ T>i«i»::tcU^Eleyntof. .;■ :■..■'■ :
.: The nev/ 'Otis ■ elevator which has -been
in course ■ of construction . -; in ■ the Dispatch
building); has rbeen^completed,- and /isy 'ln'
running order. ;The:;; contrivance; is>;the
mbstVimprov«l ! in:Uhe r 'city;":haEi\all^the
latest "safety ft devices;^ and;:is^ a = splendid
piece" of: machinery, .haying- lius
inQSs'^withvtlie^editorstwill /not :J have :f to
climb five flights of- steps in order to
seg)jthem 3 hereafter. The elevator is ru^
>ccomp^ed^by /theS cMhr^toj^y»«g
ed,'JS ••L6at ,-a Strayed^ or j Stoloi^i^^: J^
■erted^proparly 5 classlflea,'!; 2s : word* otj»»*^
for/ 85c » each d Insertion %*%£?
lo.?f each;'S IT,S CHABOED A ONJIOTO ''fBOO** »
50 : CE2f XS : TORI ONE-HAM 1 / INCH ■ $EAV**j^
i - 'J\ ' '■ '(,;■:-[; -ar'-wASTED^S -^ ±, -
FOR- UNITEDVSTATES-ARMY,- ABl>B
bodled. :'unmarrled«nien^etween, ages } ot
21vand. 35; fcltizens;of States^ of
i who \ can :sp.eak, j read, : and write English.
OFFICER, 110/ 'east. Broads street, v.RlcnT
wn^vt ,; ; ■:■■>.-■:■ ,/^ ?.c l-W>F&Sutde31 ?v
. ; : , ,-/-^^. ;;; WANTEbj : \'-■-■:-",:'>,/:\ '-■-■:-",:'>,/:
A V YOUNG v LAD Yi OF/-; REFINEMEN T
and 'culture,,, with ; experience: as teacher,
to r fill ; positioni tion las . teacher g and governess
in private, family. Address J. 8., 'care
Daily "Dispatch.- :. JoeJ oc 2-4^,
■/■;■/.-:.--' :; -;':.: ' -zwanted;./.-:z wanted;. /.-: " i ~ : "'.:' ': ' -V|!-
AN ELECTRICIAN. WHO IS CAPABLE,
sober.- industrious, ; and:^truthf ul; to take
charge ; and run <a 'i plant -here.:/ A - single^
man 1 preferred: .Address,' : -with -references,
J B.FICKLEN, Manager. Fredericks
burg,/Va. /:. :; -".':/. -//'. / . oc:2 ' 2t ■
■-.-"■:■•■■•: ■■■;. WANTED. "-•-' : '- ; . '/
A FIRST-CLASS RULER AND, BINDr :
er. Apermanent: place : for the^ight :^nan.
Apply- to .THE BUCHANAN MANUFACt
TURING COMPANY,/ Petersburg, \a. / ;
■-.- oc:;2-3t//./v'/. '■_■'.■ ,;..■.': / ■■-' :■:-■' '-. /-'
-■..■ ■'■ / •:• ""■■WASTED,' . :-/ ■''-.-'
A CHANCE ' FOR: HUSTLERS IN THE
health and accident/insurance, line. We
make the agent a participator an ;the pro
fits. W r rite at once .for- particulars, ii.
R. VAN DUNEN,' Detroit,- Mich. -
•■;-.; se 25 : 7t v \ ■ ..-."'■/;/;-': • -■•.'-•-■
HOLDERS— A FEW .GOOD.
tent machinery molders;/ steady., work.
Wages $4.00 per day to rifrht.men. 'Open
shop. ■: Address -M. .. KAPLAN, .Box .440.
Birmingham,. Ala:- ,:.-/;' ;."-.-:se : -.'13-i.bt v .
I WANT A REGISTERED PHARMA
cist or Registered' Assistant. Well re
commended. Pay $15ftp ?33| per month
and ! board, according to qualifications. w ;
S. WILLS,, Covington.'Va. . se-28-i^t.
A POSITION AS- HOUSEKEEPER^OR
Nurse and Companion to invalid. -Best
of references. Address CHEERFUL,
Dispatch office.. ';;'." .; ' . oc 3 ' 3t
WASTED. • „
A LADY DESIRES POSITION AS
visiting governess. .: Teaches Englisn,
French.' Music. Terms .reasonable. AO-.
dress H... care Dispatch. oc 3-lt'
WASTED. • '-££.
NON-UNION MACHINISTS TO _GO
South for heavy tools;pay from %» t0.53.ic
per day; have steady work for good men
Address "8.,"- care Dispatch. oc
'^ VWVVVW1 WANTED,
I^LTPILS IN SHORTHAND AND TYPE
writing. .: For all Particulars apply to
RICHMOND SCHOOL OF- STENOGRA-,
PHY, Miss . Poythress, Principal, se 2-lm
$1 FOR WHOLE ■ SOLING SHOES
ikei new;- 75c. Half Soling Men's/Shoes;
6Qc. Ladies' Shoes. Every pair restitch
ed; no big, ugly sewing around sole like
a brogue. No nails or pegs. Phone
(ne-w) 1232, (old) 2667. Will send anywhere,
repai and return promptly. ; ___- ■
DREWS ELECTRIC POWER SHOE
FACTORY, 716 east Main street.
'■ ' WANTED, ■' '-■
RENTER FOR AMELIA. HOTEL,
Amelia Courthouse, Va.; fine health re
sort, and. a splendid opportunity / for
an energetic person. Apply to P. T.
SOUTHALL. Williamsburg, Va. :.
... . ■• ;■ ■ '■ oci-4t* :
BOARDERS FOR TWO . LARGE DESIR
able Rooms, also Table. Boarders. First
class fare. Terms moderate. Apply at
219 south Third street. ..,/,. _/■., oc 2-3t» -
TO RENT A SET OF , FIRST-CLASS
Chamber Furniture; -no children; better
care of it than if stored. Address SPEC
TATOR, Dispatch office.. r oc 3-lt*
TO RENT OUT A FLAT OF SIX
Rooms, newly papered, porcelain bath.
Apply at 14 east Main street. : oc 3-lt*
I WANT TO MEET TO-DAY A CAPA
bIe business-man, with push,, who can
invest one ■or two thousand dollars and
manage business safer and more profit
able- than banking. Call at Lexington
Hotel. H. C. SAILORS. oc 3-lt»
— ..-.■• """wasted,
TENANTS FOR • TWO BEAUTIFUL
Floors, newly papered and painted; two
and three rooms respectively. Terms mod
erate. Apply 224 south Third street.
OCCUPANTS FOR A FLAT ON SOUTH!
Third; nicely papered, large rooms, wa
ter and gas included in rent." Price,- $20.
Apply 321 south Third." " oc 3-lt»
, SPECIAL NOTICES.
-"■ rype-writers rented $3 per month. AllitaaKe^
exefaouged., l^oaired, bought and sold. Sirppliei*
for all typewriters. Ribbons that do not fill thi
type. Carbon Paper that- does 310 f- smut
'Phones— New, 895; old, 1805. .Twelve Six Main.
SOUTHERN STAMP *£B STATIONERY CU
•-• . ap24-6m
, HEW TYPEWHITER, SSO.
I The Manhattan . Model . ."A,'.' . direct from
factory; New No. 9 -Model, new ready. Call
to inspect. Rebuilt Typewriters all makes,
special 'values. Old machines' made to look
like .new, small cost. ; Best Repair " Work,
Carbons, Ribbons, etc We ' rent at lowest
prices. . . •"•"*.
Type-rrrlter Excliangre, 903 Bast Main
(se2o-lm) " " " /
FOR S.UE, V
15 HEAD OF THOROUGHBRED HOL
STEIN FRESIAN. CATTLE for sale. For
further information apply to T. O. SAN
DY, Burkeville, Va. ' oc 3-Fri&Su2t*
LOST, STRAYED, AXD FOUAD.
LOST. .SOLID BRINDLE .BULL TER
RIER DOG. Answers to. name of Prince.
Liberal reward if returned to C. T. GRIF
FITH. 200 north Seventeenth street..
-. oc 3-lt*. ■■;._ - . -: ■ :.--//.. ■
LOST, THURSDAY.. : AFTERNOON,
between the. Richmond Transfer Com
pany's office and Laburnum, on Brook
road./ traversing .; the \ following : streets:
Franklin to-Munford to Brook avenue,
thence, to Brook; road to Laburnum. Re
ward will be given if returned- to Room
No.: 20, Times building. . oc 3-lt
; LOST. STOLEN. /OR STRAYED,
away from. 2013 Park .avenue, city, a
BLACK PONY, whito spots on-back. An
swers to name of Maud. .Handsome re
ward will be given to any one returning
same.- . . ■ " //; ,-•;;.! oc 3-lt* .
/ LOST,' ON-. BROAD. STREET. -BE-,
tween- Fourth and--. Sixth, :a- SILVER
CHATELAINE -. PURSE, containing- a
sum of money : and .car tickets. " Finder
will be rewarded iby^ leaving same at
KAUFMAN, & CO. • • oc 3-lt*
FOR KEXT, -■ -
DWELLING^;; NO. . 210 . -FRANKLIN
■ : : street, -• between :First >and! '.'.- Second
/streets, : with . 14' rooms | and -modern
improvements." / Will be- put ininice
.'/./ order.-':" ■"-/".:■;:■ :"/ •-- ' ~- : / -: ; -■. -■" .
STORES-TWO • HANDSOME ; STORES
. '.';:'■ corner Main and;' Seventh streets."
-"J." ; with" large -fireproof -'vaults-r':. '■■ "
OFFICESr-NICE OFFICES OVER ; CITY
■""•■/ißank, on MainiT : : street, "".between
-Eleventh. and: Twelfth (Streets. :.'•';:;'
country; store-^-brOoK -store ;on
■; :;' Brook ;road,i;with=:nicei<dwelHngAat
- tachedh/iGoodw stand '■ for/: rural /and
: suburban :trade. ,r- :•:/ t ; *v*
:>• Inquire .of DOUGLAS 'E. TAYLOR. -;■'->.
■'■'<-. Seller; and ; Ren ter ■ of Real •. Es ta te, • '
/ v- v , / JOffice 'No. ?Uls: east- Main street^-/
7 se.as-lwk.:-'//-- •/':.://: : : >/V.^/ -//■;: /,
NO.'t 2041-^ WEST-: GRACE; tNOW=; READY,
for .'occupancy ;ycontains r J2irooms;- new
and entirely-; modern: •:fo : .v;i ;■•;■. A.-KI"- ■;:';:, •.:■;-;]':
v\ oc : 3-lt ■■^^i:---;t ">S J^B:/EIuAM&iCO:
FOR" KEXT. '• ' . . . •
Fa rm ' on ; the jßropk l road ;i house ; 5 ,-room?? ; '
;stable?iariugwater;y Eha.dyjyard ;"l suitable'
! f or: a^ poultryjbuslness ;falso.i a| goods nelgh^
1 s,ij 1902. ■y: ; Appiy; . 639.S ?rook & v %nii®l?MMm
n^^^^A^B^O ?xJEPAID : PRO
■ VENDES. '-' - • - - ' ■ - ■-"'-'''-,■
By A. J., Chewnlng -Company, ::;'
- •'-,; -'. Real Estate Auctioneers/ .-i
POSITIVeIsaLB try /^ ■■: ri /^:'J' r '
; iS THE \'': FOLLbWING ? PROPERTIES
'::':■■'■-:■-■ upon/ east- payments,- ; ..:.
-by^auction, /upon the a/,
>-f - RESPECTIVE PREM- -
W'' f f :■■■''■ >: ; "^;ises: :/,-/': ■■-■■ : ':-
' $100 Cash, , balance in monthly, instal
ments, 7 extending. -through a period^ or
five T years; '-with ; simple i 6i 6 • per cen t^ : lnter
est.for mor'ejeashat the option of the pur
; Commencing 4t 4 o'clock -P. in .order
;" a f C ' ON FRIDAY. OCTOBER 3d.
-N0.V1410 west.'jCary. street. ,
•No.: 919W; Beverly street. , 'i
Beverlr; street. ' .
;Nori3lS.Claibotne> street. ■
- N0... 1320/Claib4me street.
'iN0.'1612 Claibozne: street. • . • .
: :■. •:. :'. -, ON f MONDAY.. OCTOBER 6th.
No.- 1114' Boyd , street.
T No;' 619 -Willlami' street.
: No.: 809 -Moore sir eet. .
- No.": 622 : north i Harrison .; street.
"- ; "-: No.* 624-," north Harrison street. , .
:N0.t.626 north Harrison street./ ,
- . ON ; TUESDAY, OCTOBER 7th.
" No. 409* Cabell street. "-
I No.- 1024 HickoryS street ::,
No." 512 Goddin street. :. .
:No.:511: No.:511 Calhoun street. ■ ai .
1 ON WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER ,Bth.
' 1108" St.^ John street.
-:104Couts street.. I ■;;.
4 Bacon "street.- !'• - '
: / ON THURSDxVY,: OCTOBER 9th. / -
No.~ 113% - west Jackson street. ■
No. ! 100 D north. Sixth street. . ;^ .;.
" "731 north Ninth street. - - .
ON'FRIDAY. OCTOBER 10th. :
:No 7 917 -north Seventeenth - street.
•-lOOalnorth,. Twenty-first street. .
.Be .prompt. /secure a- bargain, and then
you-can be/a' voter. •■■'■
:;.-•/ A- J- CHEWNING CO.,
.'"se.2B-ts ■"•■•'■-.-■■ . .Auctioneers..
By the. Valentine 'Auction Company, .
. . -;■.;» ." "- ; 612 -east Broad street. ;
T ; ARGE: r SALE OF FINE FURNI
JU-TURE," VELVET AND BRUSSELS
CARPET. -MATTINGS. STOVES. &c—
We jWillV sell at our auction .wareroom,
61?* east- Broad street. •■'-."/ -
THIS ."(Friday) MORNING. SEPT. 3D.
at 10:30 o'clock, a Large Consignment, of
Houaehold^Effects. embracing everything
pertaining 'to housekeeping.- The entire
sale of Furniture all good, and will keep.
Will' also sell 25 Fine Velvet and Brus
sels "Carpets. Large Lot o? Mattings.
Heating-.. and Cooking-Stoves: will also
sell -.75: Ladies' and Misses' Cloaks. Large
Lot> of vßuttdns. Men's and Boys' Hats,
Dress-Goods. Baby Caps. - etc.: " etc.
THE VALENTINE AUCTION CO..
: oc-S-lt-»;> .'• ''■" Atictioneers.
G?O?f;JWSiy f ": AND. NIGHT,
:■: ■ IN '■;.-...
;.. "VMATmEE AND NIGHT,"
charS^jS s. hanford,
:r/rl : presenting' • /■: ;■• --
Matinee— THE TAMING OF THE SHREW-
Night-MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING.
"003. it;/-'" ':"' ■ .:■'■'--.:' "' ■ . '■ '
■: Revival of the Great Success
" ■: ." BY THE
George Fawcett Company
:-■ There will be an
at the -FIRST BAPTIST "CHURCH FRI
DAY EVENING, October 3d, for the ben
efit of the 'Dorcas Society. " The public
are .invited .to attend. oc 3-lt*
The Oanfecleraie Museum,
TWELFTH AND CLAY STS.
- Open/daily from 9 A. M. to 5 P. M.
Admission, 25c Free on Saturdays,
d elB-ly* "; '
" ELEVENTH AND CLAY STREETS.
Open daily from 10 -A.- M. to 5 P..M.
Admission, 25 cents. Free on Saturdays.
! au- 20-ts h .
William and Mary
Session Begins ,
October 2nd, 1902.
" . : . se 2S-6t
1 ALL SCHOLARS WHO HAVE ENTEBED
the -NIGHT SCHOOL OF TECHNOLOGY, of
the; yiRGINIA. MECHANICS' INSTITUTE,
■will report at the Institute ON TUESDAY
next, September 30th, at 7:30 o'clock P.
M., -■ for organization. A FREE EXHIBI
TION -of STEREOPTICON VIEWS will ie
shown in the auditorium about 8 :30 o'clock
P.-SS.'"' " . '■ -'. - .-
TEE STUDENTS and the PUBLIC GEN
ERALLY are cordially invited to attend.
. . MANN S. QUARXES,
. : Chairman Committee on Schools.
THOMAS ELLETT. Secretary.'
REAL ESTATE AT PRIVATE SALE.
ONE OF THE BEST r EQUIPPED
Dairy. Farms in Virginia, only foiir miles
from Richmond over macdamized . roads.
Cattle about 140 in number, being/ Jerseys,
Holsteins; etc.; a magnificent herd. The
improvement 1 and machinery are strictly
up-to-date.;. / . . :
This; farm contains about 250; acres and
is'in an 'improving location. '.-..',
Inquire "of - :■ " '*•
. ; - DOUGLAS E. TAYLOR. \
" Seller,' and Renter of Real Estate. .
■ - 1115 east Main street,
:| AN OUTKAGEOCS AND BOLDHIGH
way^ robbery has recently . been >, commit*
ted, -'and ;the" party /committing the 'deed
is said" toj be Ifor. thiscityi.'He'is
known ■:'- toY have -left?- a**;: handkerchief at
the ;scene?ofi said: robbery, Neither: by ac
cident . or. :":purposely;?.ioni:one a coraer.;o£
which /"appears the. -three, letters • - "S.": T.
-"W.".— as rif . ? so ! marked gby j soxa& FJaundry.:
;On 1: another; corr.eri ; appears s the; laundry,
mark ; 3-13 which ; is ] known ItQj lav ftdry ; 'em
ployees: to read , three, dash : one.v.; lf < laun
: dries S.Wlll' -T-i examlno back *; ; theirs * booka
for: this tmark land jiacqujilntithe^Chlef^of
; Pbllceithcyiwill ; be i liberally paid for; such
; service: it : any ■ good "citizen I. who
;'may>happen'Uo:fcnow. ; any;one;whose name;
■ fits \ tfier abov^ei; initials ;and iwlll * communi-*
fcate^thejsame-Un?ouni Chief /of4Pollce;She
- will ";be; proper lyj recompensed 1 f or j his itlrhV
i'and?; trouble^ andycommun!catioh ! itreate«l
iMAddress'.or call -■ ... jlm£u££\
, l§oc^-Bt*" -' * I - : Tp-^P^I
W»- . ■ ■£!&
<;■ r 'AVCTIOJf SALE.I-lPutnref Di,,
l?^ E i N 'i RKAI *" ESTATBI3: soi' r > rSa
A^ E I4I^ 9THE .CURRENT CALE>.
I>AR^;TEAR. ARE TO . BE,' PAID pro
RAT£VBTjTHE VENDOR; AND IflS
'"*■•-;•■•:'■ B y'J-^B.^Elam"& Co.,
! . -'Kear Estate" Xactione«r3. , ;|a
TRUSTEE'S AUCTION SALS
g ;.-.- ■": ':-:■ — of— . - - •■•-■;- '
THE ATTRACTIVEL-Y- LOCATED S'JB.
. STANTTAL- r MODERNLY - CO«
'- STRUCTED, AND VERY DE3I.
RABL.E 3-STORY BRICK
" : ;■ RESIDENCE.
N0.^05 WEST GRACE STREET,
ON" SOUTH* SIDE" OF GRACE. BEU
TWEEN HENRY- AND BELVI
' DERE. - '
In execution of ascertain deed of trust
dated the 24th of June. 1809. recorded In/
Deed-Book "!<»,. B. . page -430. Richmond/
Chancery Court, tho undersigned tra3te«
will sell by public auction on the n-fri
mises on • ■. . • . - , * ,
' . TUESDAY. OCTOBER 7. 1»£
at 5 o'clock P. M.; the real estate
described in said deed, it being the abov>»
named . ATTRACTIVE AND VEKT
DESIRABLE RESIDENCE on the south
side- of .west: Grace / street, between
Henry .. and Belvldere streets. tho
lot' fronting about 15 2-3 feet ami
,runningv back within, parallel lir.es
150. feet to the wide alley in rear;
and-the-dwellinjf is of three stories, con
taining about ten rooms, having tho
ucual modern conveniences, good light.
ventilation, and sanitation, anil In goo«i
repair. . Its fine location, popular s!ze.
convenient appointment, and general at
tractiveness should comitfend this prop
erty to homeseekers and investors.
TERMS: By consent, ami in lieu of
the terms required by the deed, ona
third cash, the balance in two equal in
stalments by negotiable notes at one and
two years.: wSth interest added and se
cured "by a deed of trust, or the whole
in: cash at the option of th? purchaser.
J. B. ELA>r. Tr^tree.
; J. B. "Elam & Co.. Auctioneers. oc2-td.<i
By H. A: McCurdy.
Real Estate Auctioneer.
TRUSTEE'S AUCTION SALE
LOT, WITH DETACHED DWF.LLTNCV
ON GARLAND AVENUE. IN BROOK
LAND PARK. ONE BLOCK FROlt
In execution of. the provisions of a err*
tain deed of trust of January 7, 1902. an 3
recorded in Henrico County Court. D. B.
165 A., page So. the undersigned will offer
for sale. -upon the premises, on
THURSDAY. OCTOBER 9. 1302.
at 5 o'clock P. M.. the REAL "ESTATE!
conveyed 'by said dee«l. which con
sist ;of a Nice. Comparatively Now
ly- Built Two-Story Frame Detach
ed- Dwelling of about soven rooms,
and the usual out-buildings. . with
lot 60. feet front on Garland avenue, about
one -block .north of Brookland Boulevar-.I
and ''the street-car line, being lots '2i and
25.- in tho plan of Brookland Park.
TERMS: Cash as to co3t and expenses
of sale,' all delinquent taxes, if any, and
sufficient to pay oft the balcnce due on
a bond of 51.330— about ?1.3W: residue upon
such, terms as may be announced at ths
time of sale.
The trustee is. however, aclvfsefl hy
holder- of the said bond that the sam«
may be paid in monthly instalments ex
tending over A number of years, if de
sired, "provided a reasonable cash pay
ment is made by the purchaser. This will
allow the sale to be made on extremely.
. ■ H. A. M'CURDY. Trustee. ■
oc 3,1,5. 7.8.9-5t
By J. Thompson Brown & Co.,
1113 Main street.
FOUR NICE LOTS, ST. JAMES,
STREET. NEAR COUTTS. JACK
SON WARD. EASY TERMS.
.By request of tne owner, we will sell
at public 'auction, on the premises,
TUESDAY. OCTOBER 7TK,
at"s:3o P. M.. that DESIRABLE BUILD
ING LOT fronting together 72 feet by
depth of 110 . feet. west, side St. James,
near Coutts street. . If desired, will di
vide into four ■ lots of IS feet each, of
three lots of 2Jfeet each. They are tha
best. now left in.thi3 section, and build
ings erected here will rent or sell at pro«
TERMS: Only $."0 cash on each totj
balance long and easy payments.
J. THOMPSON BROWN & CO..
oc 3-4t :"-£se'-"an.s«- Auctioneers,
William B. Pizzini Company,
Real Estate Agents.
Tenth. and Bank streets. \\
TIIRUSTEE'S AUCTION SALE
DESIRABLE FRAME CORNER STORB
AND DWELLING OF SIX ROOMS
IN FULTON. "ON THE NORTH
WEST CORNER OF STATE
AND GILLIAM STREETS.
AIL IN GOOD ORDER.
By virtue of a certain deed of trust.
dated July 15, 1S9!). and recorded in tha
Clerk's office of Henrlco County Court.
in D. 8.-157 "8.," page 232. default hav
ing been made in. the payment of tha
debt therein secured and being thereto
required by the noteholder, I will s«|l
at public auction, on the premises, on"
THURSDAY. OCTOBER 3. 1302.
at" 4:30 P./ M.. the PROPERTY described
in the aforesaid deed of trust as follows:
All ■ that certain lot. piece or parcel of
land., with the improvements thereon,
lying and being in the county of Henrico.
Va.. n*ar tha limits of the city of Rich
mond, in the town of' Fulton, and de
scribed as follows— to wit.: Commencing
at the northwestern intersection of the
line of State street, with the line of Gil
liam street, thence running westwardly
and fronting on the- said north line of
State. street sixty (60) feet, thence north
wardly one hundred and ten (110) feet
to the line of. an alley ten (10) feet wide,
thence eastwardly . aiid along the south
line of the said alley sixty (oO) feet, and
thence southwardly and along the said:
west line of Gilliam street one hundredJ
and ten (110) feet to 'the point of begin-]
nlng. The said lots being designated as;
lots No/. 11 and . 12, in square No. 1«. oa
tho plan of Fulton. f
TERMS: Cash as to the costs and ex-jt
penses of sale, and the ratable propor^j
tion of the" taxes for -1502. and also to pa./J
the sum of J1.175.35. principal and interes|
due upon the notes secured in tn "." e< *f
of trust, and any balance at one and two
years from date of sale, with 6 per cent*
interest thereon and notes secured oy
deed of trust upon the property; or au
cash at the option -of the purcha^rtr.
WILLIAM B. PIZZINI. Trustee.
MRS. JOHNSTONE'S SOUTHERN
Eclectic Exchange. • No. . 2 west Thirty
third street. New York, opposite tna wsu*
dorf. solicits consignments of Fine bni«
broideries and other handwork. Colonu-u
Furniture and Relics, etc. Terms up«a
application. (Mrs." TV. Elliott Johnstoaei
of Charleston, S-C.) -, ( -- e «.i,i
> . •/• :•/•-;,.. I--.*'-- se 30.0c2.4,&.^.5* w
: •--'-: By J. B. Elam & Co.,
Real Estate Auctioneers. J^i
PUBLIC AUCTION SALE '
Ho; (404 flshland Sires!,
For the purposes of division and-"*
close an estate, we will sell on tha ?f*"
mises on .;/..
MONDAY -NEXT. OCTOBER STK -"
5:30; O'CLOCK. P. M..
the above : mentioned very DESIRABLE
2-STORY BRrCK -TENEMENT. cont^>
ingr o.rooms and having city water.
property, is being sold to close an .c. cs * a '~
and a bargain can be expected, an^*
advise either* those in .que^t. of a " o: r
ora good investmwnt to attend the s^ 1 *
/ TERMS:' Extra liberal, and at sale.
j: b. clam & co..
REAL ESTATE AGENTS.
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