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By CIco. XX'. Mayo, Auctioneer, 1205 Kost Alain Street. ?IORHE. WAGON HARNESS. elec Triofans ICE ?C-XBS, 9RO?&?I?Bt Iron mons. lUiiDUN h?be, fine FURNITURE. &C. AT AUCTION. I will soil at my Auction House nt 10:S0 ' A "MONDAY. MAY 2STH, *903( t Horse, Spring Wagon. Harness. 4 Elec? tric Hoik Fnns, 1 Celling Kan, Ice Hoxen, Piofrlgorntorn, Ico Cream Froez?rs, Wash? ing Machine, Bnby Carrlnge, Sowing Ma? chines, Matche?-', 17 Hojea Crackers, Cof? fee, flood Luck Unking Powder and other groceries, Rubber Hoso, Desks, Chlf Fonlors. and a largo lot of Housohold Fur? niture, of all kinds. A. R. MAYO, Proprietor. OEO M. VALENTINE, Salesman. By J. B. Elnm & Co., Real Estate Auctioneers. PUBLIC AUCTloTTsALE OF A BEAUTIFUL AND ATTRACTIVELY LOCATED BUILDING LOT, ON NORTH SIDE CLAY STREET BE? TWEEN THIRTY-FOURTH AND THIRTY-FlFTII STREETS. On MONDAY. MAY 25, 1903, at 0 o'clock J", M<, w?j shall, at tho request of tho non-resident owner, sell by auction, on tho premises, that specially attractive Vacant Lot, fronting 80 foot on tho north line of Clay Street, running back within parallel Hups jm feet to an alloy, and distant 2-1 fret west of Thirty-fifth Street, >:: that delightful nnd rapidly growing flection of Church Hill, where so many nttrnctlvo homes havo been recently built. TERMS?To be announced nt i>nle. J. B. EL AM & CO., Mny 21-U Auctioneer?. By C. L. & II. ti, Dnnoon, Heal Eetato Auctioneers, 821 E. Main Street. Auction Sale ? OF ? VALUABLE IMPROVED, CEKTRALLY LOCATED PROPERTY, Being Nos. 307, 309 and 311 East Marshall Street. , By direction of the non-resident owners, who uro determined to sell, we will offer nt public auction, on tho premises, on ' MONDAY, MAY ffi, 190.1, nt fi o'clock P. M., the above very attrac? tive. Investment property, located on the noulh sido of Marshall Street between Third and Fourth Streets. The lots fronts 75 feet on Marshall Street and extends back nn unusually good depth to an alloy In tho rear. The Improvements conslHt of three substantially built brlelc dwell? ings, which are easily rented to good ten nnts. and with some small Improvements ?will command a largo rental Income. The location of this property mnkeB It parti? cularly desirable for Investment purposes. Tho owner? aro very desirous of selling, nnd a bargain may be expected. TERMS?One-third cash, balance at 6, 12 and is months; or all cash, at tha op? tion Of the purchaser. C. L. & H. L. DKNOON, "MaylO-Ct Auctioneers. By the Valentine Auction Co., No. 612 East Broad Street. Auction Sale of Large Quantity of New Mattings, Oil Cloths, Piano, Chamber, Dining-Room, Parlor, Hall and Kitchen Furniture, Pot? ted Plants and Flowers of Every Description. .We will sell for parties, leaving tho ctly, .declining housekeeping, &c., at our ?ware-room. No. OK! East Broad Street, to-morrow (MONDAY) MORNING. MAY 2STH, beKlnnlug nt 10:30 o'clock, 15 good oak, ?walnut and poplar Chamber Suits, 10 Odd BpdS, Odd Bureau and Washstand, G'ood 7 1-3 Octavo Piano, round-corner legs. High Back Chairs. 3 Fino Silk Plush Par? lor Suits. Parlor Pictures. Parlor Rock? ers. 6 handsome Oak and Walnut Exten plon Tables, Dining Room Chairs. Massive Oak and Walnut Sideboards: Fine Walnut and Oak Hat Racks, Oak Chiffonier, Kitchen Safe. Kitchen Cupboards, very good Cook Stovo and Utensils, Kitchen Table. I/mnges and Couches, . Mantels, several Rolls Now Matting, Floor Oil? cloth, Rugs, Druggets. &c; qunntlty of Fresh Pottod Plant? and Flowors. Salo positive, terms cash. THE VALENTINE AUCTION CO. AulnToN SALES?FUTURE DAY8. Wm. B. Pizzlnl Company, Real Estate Auctioneers, Tenth and Bank Streets. A UCTION SALE OF THAT MOST DESIRABLE DETACHED NEW BRICK DWELLING. SLATEROOF.NO. 117 NORTH TWEN TIETH STREET, BHTWEEN GRACE AND FRANKLIN Streets, dot 20x100 feet, house CONTAINING 7 ROOMS, MODERN AND IN FIRST-CLASS ORDER. At tho request of tho owner, wo will offer this property for sale at public auc? tion on tho premises on WEDNESDAY, MAY 27TH, at 6 P. M. Investors and homo seekers will do well to attend this sale. TERMS?Liberal nnd announced at sale. WM. B. PZZINI CO.. Auctioneers. By Pollard & Bagby, Real Estate Auctioneers. AltrCTION SADE OF AN ATTRACTIVE TWO STORY FRAME, DETACHED Dwelling, No. 429 on east side of Pino, bo twoen Albomarlo and Spring Streets on WEDNESDAY, MAY 27, 11)03, at 0 o'clock, the above mentioned dwelling, containing 7 rooms; modern Improvements. Terina: Ono-fourth cash, balance 0, 12, IS and 24 Bonths. POLLARD & BAGBY, y 21 tils Auctioneers. AT THE RICHMOND BAZAAR. t*?!Zr7??3l I will have for sale next WL-dNBS PAY. May 27th, FIVE CAR-LOADS OF HORSES and MULES. Among the Horses ?re a good many from the VALLEY OF VIRGINIA, and of extra good kind. We havo consignments from West Virginia, Illinois and Missouri. WilJ also sell a good many second-hand Horses and Mules. We havo some oxtra good mules that Will be sold at this auction. Have somo ?rood speedy horses to offor and will ?how at the time of sale. Have fur sale two Standard-bred Stallions, .ready for Im? mediate servie?. You can get any class horse you want at this sale. Don't fall to attend the sale If In need.'as wo will have the ?lock and it will be sold fin? tho higli dollar. ? . JOSEPH LA8ITER. ?jfxcuT,sioN?iT~" =^ |^l^.????'*WI**M-<'?*?WW.????>>?^-?.?-.?WW.??' * ? "?^.?* *??-.????.?.??.?*.- ?????VW?? ^?m^>M GRAND MOQNUGHT EXCURSION By the C. OF M. ST. PATRICK PARISH, . THURSDAY. JUNIO 4TH. HUPPER AND Rl?KKEKHMENTS AT ? CITY PRICES. MUSIC AND DANCING. BOAT LEAVES 8 P. M. GENTS COO ; LADIES AND CHIL? DREN M??, AUCTION SALES?FUTURE DAYS. SPECBAL -SALE OF i BUI 300 HORSES, 300 HORSES, 300 HORSES, TO BE SOLD AT PUBLIC AUCTION Wednesday and Thursday, May 27 and 23. We have made a special effort to have more good horses than we ever had this time of year, consisting SPEEDY DRIVERS, fflfiTED TEAMS and the best lot of HEAVY D?fiFT HORSES we ever had. We will have one load of fine KENTUCKY HORSES from H'arbeson, Jewell & Patterson. &-. 3. O Union Stock Yards, ffm, B. Plzilnl Co,, Real Estate Auctioneers. Tenth and Bank Streets. AUCTION SALE OF THREE FRAME HOUSES AND A VACANT LOT, NOS. 1812, 1814 AND 1816 FA.RFIELD ST. One detached frame residence of 7 rooms, lot, 28 feet, and two tenomont frame resi? dences of 3 rooms euch, vacant lot of 33 feet, all In good order. Annual Incomo ?204. At tho request of the owner, we will offer at public nuctlon on the premiss on TUESDAY, MAY ?GTH. at 6 P. M., tho above mentioned properties. Invest? ors and. home seekers, don't fall to at? tend, as bargains may be expected. TERMS?Liberal and announced at sale. WM. B. PIZZINI CO., Auctioneers. By H. Seldon Taylor & Co., Real l?state Agents and'Auctioneers, No. 8 North Eleventh Street. COURT SALE OF A PRETTY BUILD? ING LOT, FRONTING 36 FEET ON SOUTH SIDE OF CARY STREET. BE? TWEEN MEADOW AND RITCHIE STREETS, AND RUNNING BACK 125 FEET TO A 14-FOOT ALLEY. By virtue of a decree of the Circuit Court of Henrlco county, entered Feb? ruary 6, 1903, In the suit of "Tho Savings Bank of Richmond vs. Brannan's Adrar., &c," I, as Special Commissioner thereby appointed, will proceed to sell at public auction, on the premises on TUESDAY, MAY 26 1903, at 6 o'clock P. M., the real estate above mentioned. This lot commences at a point 114 feet west of Ritchie Street. TERMS?One-half cash, and the bal? ance on a creellt of six months, for a negotiable note, with Interest added; or all cosh, at option of purchaser, and the tltlo retained until a deed Is ordered by tho court. A. W. PATTERSON. Special Commissioner. This Is to certify that the bond re? quired in the above styled suit has been given. J. E. BROADDUS, May-21.22,23,25,26 Clerk. By C. L. is H. L. Dcnoon, Real Estate Agents and Auctioneers, 821 Main Street. TRUSTEE'S SALE OFTHB Desirable 6-Room Dwelling No. 1024 Randolph Street. Bj* virtuo of a deed of trust, dated March 17. ?98. and of record in the clerk's office of Richmond Chancery Court, D. B. 102 B, p. 499, dofnult having been mnda In tho payment of the debt therein se? cured, I will sell by public auction on the premises on THURSDAY, MAY 28, 1003. at 5 o'clock P. M.. the- above described property, beginning 278 feet south of Winder Street, thence southwardly and fronting on the west lino of Randolph Street 16 feet, and extending back be? tween parallel lines 110 feet, more or less, to an alley. Tho Improvements consist of a neat 6 room frame dwelling. This property Is In an Improving locality, and pays well as an Investment. TERMS-Cash. C. L. DENOON, Trustee, C. L. & H. L. Denoon, Auctioneers. By Sutton & Co., Real Estate Auctioneers, Corner of Tenth and Bank Streets. /"?OMM.lSSIONER'S AUCTION SALE \J OF TWO BRICK TENEMENTS NOS. 021 AND G'25 NORTH SEVENTEENTH STREET, In execution of a docreo of tho Rich? mond Chancery Court, entered on the 10th day of March, liiOO, In the suit of Frances A. Glassell vs. James JlcNamara and others, the undersigned Special Com? missioner, appointed thereby, shall offer for sale, at public auction, upon the prem? ises, on FRIDAY. MAY 20TII, 1903, at 5:00 o'clock I3. M? the property above described. Tenement No. 025 contains five or six rooms und Is sltuatod on the east side of Seventeenth Streot. 37 1-2 feet south of Carrlngton Street. Lot fronts 17 1-2 feet more or less, with u depth of 115 feet. Tenement No. 024 fronts on the west side? of Seventeenth Street 14 3-4 feet, more or loss, running back 60 feet, more or less, and contains about four rooms. TERMS?One-third cash, tho balance in two equal Instalments at 6 and 12 months for negotiable notos, with Interest niljed, anel the tillo retained until the purchase money Is paid and a conveyance orcloied by the court, or all cash at tho option of the purchaser. WM, A. MONCURE, Special Commissioner. The bond required of the Special Com? missioner by tlie abovo docruo has been duly given, CHAS. O. SAVILLE, Clerk. May 24-tda By Augustine Royall & Co., Real Kstatai Agents and Auctioneers. Leader Building, Manchester, Va, AUCTION fcALE OF A LARGE LOT OF VALUABLE PERSONAL PROP? ERTY. CONSISTING IN PART OF 7 HOUSES, 4 MULES, 8 HOGS, 2 COWS MOWER, THRESHER, REAPER. WAG? ONS. CARTS. HARNESS, CORN. HAY, LUMBER. FARMING IMPLEMENTS. FOWLS. HOUSEHOLD AND KITCHEN FURNITURE. AND MANY OTHER USEFUL ARTICLES TOO NUMEROU3 TO MENTION. *ON FRIDAY, MAY 29, 1903, at 10 o'clock A. M., on the premise?, ?t tho home of the late L. H. Clements, on the "".lattspath Road," near the city of Manchester, Virginia. As curator of tho estate of the? late L. II. Clements, I will soil on tho day, hour nnd place named above, tho personal property belonging to tho said estate. This Is an attractive salo , of a largo Quantity of valuable personal prop'erty. TERMS-Cash. GEORG'E E. GARY. Curator, My 23,24,87,21) tor Clements' Estate, By Augustlno Royall & Co., Real Estate Agents and Auctioneers, Leader Building, Manchester, Va, C URATOR'S SALES OF A LARGE "- AND VALUABLE STOCK OF GROC? ERIES. AVINE?. WHISKEYS, BRAN* HIES. GIN. MALT LIQUORS, TOBACCO, CIGARS AND SNUFF. SOAPS. MO. LASSES, SYRUPS, TEAS. COFFEES, CANNED GOODS: ENGINE AND BOIL ER, SAW TABLE, CARPENTERS' TOOLS, WAGONS. SAFE; ABOUT 80 CORDS OF SAWED AND UNSAWED WOOD. ON TUESDAY. MAY 26. 1903, AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M_, ON THE PREMISES, CORNER HULL AND CLOPTON STREETS. SWANSBORO, VA, -On the above date the undersigned will sell at public auction on the day, hour and place named above, at the store lately occupied bv tho late L. H. ClcmentR, his entlro stock of Fine Groceries. Wines, Liquors, Cigars, Tobacco, Store Fixtures, Safe., large lot of Canned Goods, Wagons, nnd mnny useful articles usually found In a first-class general merchandise store. As there Is a large stock to he disposed of, the sale will cuinmcnce promptly at the hour named. TERMS-Cash. GEORGE E. GARY, Curator for L. H. Clements' Estate. May 188.8.131.52&26 By Charles A. Rose. Real Estate Auctioneers. No. 1 North Ninth Street. A UCTION SALE OF s, Nos. 501 and 503 S. First St., Abutting Maiden Lane. I shall soli the above mentioned proper? ty upon the promises, on THURSDAY, MAY 2STH, AT 6 P. M. The houses are well built and contain 7 Rooms eacn, with let? *:ontlng 20 feot by 108 feet 5 Inches, each. This is a gooal icntlng neighborhood, nnd Investments pay well here. I will offer at the same timo 62 feet of vacant ground by depth of 108 feet 5 Inches, ad Joining and north of said boutes. Theso are we.? locuted ?.na attractive building lots, tho locatlcn being high and dry, TERMS?Easy end announced at sale. CHARLES A. ROSE, My 24,24,27,28 Auctioneer. Public Sale of Goal Lands. By virtue of a deed of trust from Thos. W. Miller and wife to tho undersigned trustee, dated June 4, 1901, I shall, on Thursday, Juno 26, 1003, at 2 o'clock P. M., offer for sale at public auction, on the premises, that certain tract of land containing 347 3-4 acres, lying In Huguo not District. Powlmtan county, Virginia, being the same lanel conveyed to Thos. W. Miller by A. E. King, trustee, by deed dated -, 1891, and recorded In tho clerk's office of Powhatan County Court. Terms: Cash, as to J805.09. and costs of sale, Including a trustee's com? mission of 5 per cent, on the gross amount 1 of sale; the residue, if any, on a credit of ono nnd two years; deferred payments to bo secured by lien on the property. Tho property is said to contain ? a val? uable vein of seml-anthraclte coal. J. D. GREGORY. Trustee. By A. J. Chewnlng Company, Real Estate Auctioneers. "TRUSTEES' SALE OF NO. 1014 i WEST LEIGH STREET. NEW DETACHED DWELLING. By virtue of a cortaln deed of trust, I dated Septombor 8, 1900, of record In clerk's offlco of Richmond Chancery Court, In D. B. 169. B.' page 1, default having been made In the payment of the debt there? by secured and being required by the bonoflclary so to do, wo will sell by auc? tion upon tho promises on THURSDAY. MAY 28, 1903, at 6 o'clock P. M.. tho property numberod as above, lot being SB by 105 feot to an alley. TBItMS-CASH: but tho auctioneers are prepared to make a loan to the pur? chasers, for a long time. A. J. CTIEWNING, V. SITTDRD1NG, Trustees. By J. D. Carneal &Son,' Real Estate Auctioneer? AJCTION SALE OF TWO PIECES OF PROPERTY TO CLOSE AN ES? TATE. NO. 1220 PAGE STREET. AND NO, U17 BEVERLY STREET, On THURSDAY NEXT, MAY 28TH, 1903, at 6 o'clock P. M., on the premisos, wo will offer for sale at publia auction tho Page-Street property, which has a threo room detached dwelling with lot about ?0 feot front. This property Is about two squares from Chosapeake and Ohio shops and ono square from Soventeenth Slreet. At 6 o'clock P, M. of tho same day on tho premisos wo will offer 917 Hivorly Street, which has a good 3 room dwelling, with lot about 23 feot front. Terms at sale. By J. B. Elam & Co., Real Estate Auctioneers, PUBLIC AUCTION SALE. FOR THE PURPOSE 'OF DIVISION OF THAT WELL-?.OCATED AND VALUABLE TWO-STORY BRICK STORE, ON NORTH SIDE GARY STREET. BE? TWEEN SEVENTH AND EIGHTH STREETS. NO. 718 EAST CARY STREET. By direction of the parties In Interest, and for the purpose of division, wo shall sell, by auotlon, on the premises on WEDNESDAY, MAY 27, 1603, at 6 o'clock P. M.. tho above named desirably-lo? cated, substantial and valuable business property, the lot fronting twenty-one i\nd one-third (21 1-3) feet, running back with? in parallel lines seventy-eight (78) feet to un allov 16 feet wide, urd tho store? house thereon, being well built une, of a vcr.v substantial character. This property, In close proximity to the business centers of Main and Cnry Streets. ami with extensivo and costly Improve? ments In prearress around It, must Jncroi.sa In value, n.ieV this sale uffords tho capital? ist, Investor, und dealers generally an opportunity of which they are respect? fully urged to avail themselves, TERMS-Llberal and uniinunced at sale. J. B. ELAM & CO.. Muy B-Bt. Auctioneer*., ? AUCTION 8ALES?FUTUr*(f DAYS. By Charles A. Roue, Real Estate Auctioneers, No. ,1 North Ninth Street, UCTION SALE OF A CENTRALLY LOCATED Small Briok Residence No. 104 S. Cherry SI. By the request of owner, I shall soil tho above mentioned property uj.on the prenil WEDNE8DAY. MAY Z7T1I. AT 8 P. M. Tho dwelling contains 3 Inrgn rooms, with lot fronting 13 fc?t 2 Inches, by it feet between parallel line?, td a 10 foot alley. This property Is well located and well adapted for routine purp.jaes. TERMS?Easy and announced nt "nie. CHARLES A, ROSE, my 24,2(5,27 Auctioneer. By A, J. Chewnlng Company, Real Estate Auctioneers. A UCTION SALE Friday, May 29th, 1903, OF Seven of the Nicest Lots on Church Kill, for. 31st and Leigh Sfs. Opposite tho handsomo resltlcnco of Mr. Clay. Commencing at 6 o'clock P, M. Buy one and you will not regret It. By J. 11. Elam.?- Co., Real Estato ?Yuctloiieera. PUBLIC AUCTION SALB OF THE TWO STORY FRAME DWELLING. NO. ?C06 EAST GRACE STREET, FRONTING 48 FEET 11 1-2 INCHES 11T Hi FEET. By direction of the owner, who Is re? solved to sell, we shnll pull by Public Auction, on the -premises, on THURSDAY. MAY 28TH. at 0 o'clock P. M.i tho two-story frame dwelling above referred to, known as No. 2506 East Grace Street, containing 0 rooms, and having a lnrgo and elegant lot. front? ing 43 feet. 11 1-2 Inches by Si. foot to an alley 10 feet wide. The close proximity of this property to tho largo manufacturing Industries of tho city makes It most desirable for hom<> Investment purposes, It lining located whero property will always command good rental by good tenants. Wo urgently roriuost all partios looking for either home or Investment property to attend tho salo. TERMS?Liberal and announced at sale. J. B. ELAM <?: CO., Auctioneers. FOR SALE. THE MODERN SUBT.TtBAN 8-ROOM HOUSE, near Reservoir Park; grano llthlo walks, stables. carrlago-houso, grand Blinde trees, fine water: every? thing up-to-date. Apply to lGltl Beverly Street. Price. $1.800. pOR SALE, HANDSOME BUILDING LOTS ON West Grace Street, with granolithic side? walk, curbing and guttering and within ono block of tho street cars. Nothing like them on the market. N. W. BOWE, Real Estato and Loans. Have you noticed how this street Is building up? Wo have 103 feet at $35, near $50 property; you can make money on this; sewers and water con? venient; nearer in, $50 to $07.00.'' REAL ESTATE TRUST CO. I,_ $5,000 WILL BUY THE BEST STORE j and residence above on West Cary Street. [ This Is a splendid business stand, brick, with all modern Improvements. WM. B. P1ZZ1NI CO., Tenth and Bank Streets. pOR SALE, ~ LOTS ON FRANKLIN STREET NEAR Foushee. and also close to Lee Monu? ment. AIsoo Hanover Street lots, corner Park Street; and Ivy Street lots near Rowland ] Street. Also pretty lots on Floyd Avenue. West Cary and Beverly Streets. _ _ N. XV. BOWE. LOT ON WEST CARY. NEAR WAL nut, $17.60 per foot. This Is a fcargaln. t 'A.M. ?. PIuZtNI CO., Tenth and Bank Streets. ?TOR SALE. WEST GRACE-STREET RESIDENCE. (MONROE PARK RESIDENCE. EAST LEIGH STREET RESIDENCE. GOOD CLAY-STREET HOUSE. LARGE DWELLING. North Sixth St. STORE AND DWELLING'. North Fifth Street. SNUG DWELLINGS. North Third. DWELLING on North Tenth. DWELLING on North Second. N. W. BOWE. FOR GROVE ROAD I property, see REAL ESTATE TRUST ?CQ. | $50 PER FOOT WILL BUY THE BEST building lot In Leo District, on Grace St. ? WM. 11. P1ZZINI CO.. Tenth and Bank Streets. ORACE STREET. NEAR CEDAR, high nnd pretty; pilco, $35 por foot. Bound to Improve._ppj^ARD & BAG BY, pOR SALE. $2,300 NEAT, ATTRACTIVE HOME IN Burton Heights, dn the prettiest avenue. 7 rooms; hot and cold water bath; Htnble nnd carriago bous?-'. , In first-class condi? tion. Lot 75x120. A bargain. $10,000. BEAUTIFUL 3 STORY BRICK and brown-stone residence, Just com? pleted: fumare clootrlc and gas fixtures; hardwood finishings: water on all floors; ready for immediate occupancy; noihinc llko It to bo had for the money. Long time, if desired. The most desirable block on Orovo Avenue. _,??.,;,?.? ,,.? $1,600 FOR TWO DWELLINGS AND STORE, renting for ?-ol per annum. HARRISON REALTY CO., ? No. ti North Eleventh Street. HOME AND INVESTMENT SEEK ers, uttentlon! ' $2,600, $3,700, $4,600 and $5,000 will buy foi"' "( the liest houses in >heo,t* ft'1 coyvm!V?*ico, Tonlli and Bank Streets. REAL? ESTATE FOR SALE, IN ALL SECTIONS OF the city: also suburban acreage. \va do not wish to get you In a ?"snap," there? fore, wo offer no snaps."' If you wish to grow them, that I* S'unetbing else. EDWARD H. ROSE CUAIPANY, Real Estate, and Loam, No. 11 Ninth Eleventh Street COR BALE, A DESIlRABLE MODERN DWELLING? on Harvle Street, near Main; large lot. H. BELDl'N TAYLOR & CO., No. 8 North Eleventh Street. pOR SALE, 60,000 Handsome Park Ave. b. 8 r. (105). $4,600 107 N. 7th. b. 11 f. $1,800 1301 W. Cary b. 0 r^ rent $180. ?51,200 2401 Carrlngton kt. S. E, cor. Rose. $3,000 frame. 9 r? Haitiui Heights, 170x179 ft. West End, tlrat hand. . ooxito ft. A?nr vvlmTHA^Too, No. IS North Ninth Street. FOR GROVE ROAD property, REAL ESTATE TRUS'I *OAD j ST CO. I ?iiKiiiiiiinnmrnwjrtJ J TOR SALE. FOR SALE, The Handsomest Suburban Home Near Richmond. Now eacctipioti by j. A. Xelfon, Esq., wlio Ifi leaving tfiO Clt.r, This properly Is UCfttt Mfull.v lochtotl between Hart?n Heights and the now HenHco Turnpike ami con? tains nearly seven acres of land. Wo can sell em Ion?* timo. C. L. & H. L, LENOON, 821 Haln St. FOR SALE, A Desirable I'ranklln-Strcct l<e.?,ldcnc?s, near Jefferson Hotel. H. SELDON TAYLOR ?3 CO., No. 8 North 11 th St. jrOR SALE, AT A OTtEAT SACRIFICE. MAGNTFI cent piece of acreage property on Cary Street Road, Idoal place for homo, or suitable for Immediate subclvlslon. Some? thing extra. i It. li. CHAFFTN & C? fnc'p'd.. No. 1 North Tenth Street, To mnko a quick sale, wo will sell at a sacrifico the store nnd dwelling, No. 2K22 Nino Mllo Road. Excellent locatlun for suburban grocery, &c. Lot 90 feet part. Seo un. J. B. ELAM CO.. No. 1113 Main. $36 per foot will buy ono of tho cheapest and best lots on Ivy Street, only throo blocks from Leo Monument. Seo us. J. B. ELAM CO., No. 1113 Main. WILL BUY AN ATTRACTIVE FRAME DWELLING IN WEST END. WATEK AND GAS. WILL RENT FOR ?150 PER ANNUM. _M'VEIQH ?St GLINN. $2,100 will buy a 8 Room Brick Dwelling lings on China Street; oxcollcnt tenants at $144 per annum. Bargain. J. B. ELAM CO., No. 1113 Main. TWO THREE-ROOM HOUSES IN NICE order! good rentera at $10 per month; will sell quick at $726; 17 per cent. POLLARD & BAGBY, 6 and 7 North Eleventh Streot. $2,400 will buy a detached t aRoom Brick Dwelling, on West Clay Street. A nice houso or good Investment. J. B. ELAM CO., No. 1113 Main. [TOR SALE, LARGE BUILDING, CENTRALLY Lo? cated; suitable for wholesalo business or light manufacturing. ? R. B. OHAFSFIN & C, IncVd., No. 1 North Tonth Street. COR SALE, MODERN 2 STORY BRICK JDWEL llng, 612 North Second Streot. near lino between Clay and Leigh Streets; some? thing neat and desirable. J. THOMPSON BJIQWN & CO. TOSflMf CENTRAL BRICK DWELLNG, Be? tween Broad and Main Streets; will pay 7 per cent. ? < POLLARD & BAGBY, 6 and 7 North Eleventh Street COR SALE. VERY HANDSOME homo In West End. SUBURBAN R. B. CIIAFFIN fis C.. Inc'n'd., No. 1 North Tenth Street. $2,100 will buy a 8 Room Brick Dwelling on Cary. near Madison; rents at $216; e"x tra cheap. J. B. ELAM CO., No. 1113 Main. pOR SALE. CHEAPEST AND BEST DWELLING for the money now on market. No. 1227 Danco Street, a now bay window, stock built, 6 room; only $1.600. No. 600 South Laurel Streot; detached frame, 6 rooms; only $900. You can't build them for theso prices. J. THOMPSON BROWN & CO. J ?2,150 CASH WILL BUY A GOOD DE? TACHED. ETGIIT ROOM, MODERN. BRICK HOUSE, NEAR FIRST AND CANAL; NiCE ORDER. POLLARD & BAGBY, 6 and 7 North Eleventh Street $1,850 will buy two five-room Brick Dwel? lings, on a 40 foot lot In West Bud. Cost $2,075, Owner non-resident and says soil at onco. J. B. ELAM CO., No. 1113 Main. pOR SALE, PLAN OF 95 ACRES, 3 MILES FROM city, on trolley lino, grove of 20 acres, with living water passing through It. Largo dwelling and barn and other out? buildings. R. B. CIIAFFIN & C, IncVd., No. i North Tonth Streot. pOR SALE, OIIURCH HILL DWELLING. NO. 419 North Twenty-fifth Street; detached frame 0 Rooms; Modern; good order; par? ties removing from State. J. TIIOMPriON BROWN ?t CO. TWO NEW 6 ROOM HOUSES IN West End, $100 cash, balance $16 per month, POLLARD & BAGBY, K nnd 7 North Eleventh Street AVERT END LOTS AT ALL PRICES, from $6 per foot up. It. B. CHAFF?N & C, Ine'ii'd., No. 1 North Tonth Street. OFFElt EXTRAORDINARY FOR SE? curing home situ in the great u est end! $20 cash, balance at convenience. lots on west broad, summit and high point streets, flcott'b addition. call to see us at once. as wm ARE Al'TllORl/.ED TO SELL THIS PROPERTY AT EXTREME LOW FIG? URES. POLLARD & BAGBY. .6 and 7 North Eleventh Streot You a House on any lot you may se? lect; nice modern home; plans lu our otllce. BEUL ESTATE TAUST 03, FOR GROVE ROAD property, ties REAL ESTAIT, TRUST CO. FOR SALE. DWELLING On Franklin near First, ONLY $10,500. DOUGLAS E. TAYLOIl, 1115 E. Main St. FL?YD AVI Tills streot Is Rotting better ?very day,' property vnluos are advancing; wo have saune beautiful homo fill**?, $25 to $100 a foot; soo map at our of REAL ESTATE TRUST CO. pOR SALE, UPPER CENTRAI? GRACE STREET RHSIRENCE. nn largo lot. MONROE PARK RESIDENCE, nlcoly sltiinted. EXCELLENT DWELLING on Lolgh. near Ninth Street. ATTRACTIVE 2-BTORY BRICK RESI? DENCE, Main, n^ar Madison Street. GOOD RENTING DWELLING, on Cary, near Monroe Streot. LARGE DWELLING, with broad lo , on Sixth, near Leigh Street. STORE AND DWELLING nn Firth. ?ear Leigh .Street; ??if??! stand for trade. TWO SNUG DWELLINGS Otl Third Strea-t, near Lelj-h; Konal renters. DWELLING ran Tenth, between Clay and I.elKh Streets. DWELLING on Second, between Clay and Lelirh Streets. Biui'K-MAKiNc- plant, with abund? ance of best clay. N. W. BO'lB, 4 North Eloventh -Street. pOR RENT, Beautiful suburban resldonce, 12 rooms, bath, furnace. &c. ?loulalo -cottage, sta? ble, carrlago houso, Karden and orchard, fine spring. . T. M. WORTHAM fit CO., No. IS North-Ninth Streot VALUABLE SUBURBAN ACREAGE FOR SALE. INVESTORS AND SPECULATORS aro earnestly requested to give mo nn Interview In respect to Ad 1-2 ACRES of most beautiful lantl on Mechanlcsvlllo Turnpike, very close to tho city of Rich? mond, ripe for mib-dlvlslon Into town lot?, nnd presenting: an opportunity for profitable Investment at once. This land Is a solid block, mostly sur? rounded by attractive highways, lies beautifully, nnd Is certnlnly,well worthy of tho attention of capitalists and others who wish to maleo n quick turn. It must bo sold, and nt the price for which It enn bo bought there Is positively no dan? ger of loss: Indeed, tho prospect for Im? mediate nnd largo returns Is well-nigh a certainty. For particulars, apply to . N. W. B?WE, Real Estate Agent, i North Eleventh Street $4,030 takos this full stock-brleilt S room House; all conveniences. RE?l ESTATE TRUST CO. pOR RENT. Offices over 810 E. Main, light, water, janitor's attention. Floyd Ave. residence, 7 rooms. Sic. Suburban resldonce 7 rooms, &c, 5 7-8 acres land on Howard Road, 1-2 mile from city. T. M. "WORTHAM & CO., No. IS North Ninth Street. FOR GROVE ROAD property, soe REAL ESTATE TRUST CO. FOR RENT. Newly arranged and papered, on the THIRD FLOOR of the TIMES DISPATCH BUILDING. Light, heat and Janitor service. For price and particulars apply to the TIMES-DISPATCH office. Only three left. skamaammamn TO LET. ?POSSESSION JUNE 10TH, 1003, THAT large and delightfully situated Brick p.welllhg; No. S003 East Main Street, over? looking tho river und surrounding coun? try, will be put In Al condition. See EDWARD S. HOSE COMPANY, Roal Estate and Loans. No, 11 North Eleventh Stroet pOR RENT, THAT LARGE AND WELL LOCATED store. No. 12U East Main Street. II. SELDON TAYLOR & CO., No. 8 North Eloventh Stroet pOR RENT, CORNER STORE, GOOD RETAIL STAND, SEVENTEENTH AND GRACE 8TS.? OPPOSITE OLD MARKET; THREE STORY BRICK BUU.DING.' RENT REASONABLE. CHARLES A, ROSE, Raul Estate Agent, No, 1 North Ninth Street pOR RENT, THAT LARGE WAREHOUSE, NO. 1113 East Cary Street, H. SELDON TAYLOR & CO., No, 8 North Eloventh Streut DO YOU WISH TO BORROW ON your olty roal estate? If so, hoo EDWARD H, RUSE COMPANY, Roal Estate? and Lams, No. it North, Eleventh Street. TOR RENT, Grace Streot resldonce. No. 608 bstween Fifth and Sixth Streets. Franklin Streut Dwelling. No. 218, bo twoen Second and Third. Now Dwellings corner Franklin un?l Twonty-clghtli Rtroeta. opposlto Ltbby Hill Park, Inquire of DOUG-LAS E. TAYLOR, Renter of Roal Estate. pOR RENT, THE LARGE STORE HOUSE, NO. 1215 Hast Broad Stroet, next to the? Memorial Hospital. II. SELDON TAYLOR & CO., No. b North Eloventh Wr??. TO LGT, FLATS IN COURSE OF COMPL12 tlon at No. ? Eiuat Clay Streut. New Brick Dwellifnt 2701 East .Main Streot. * Also Nico Brick Dwelling, No. 11 South Chorry Stroet. ?EDWARD B. ?ROSE COMPANY, Rtaal K?tute und I/?am. No. 11 North Eloventh Street pOR RENT, ?'M NORTH HldllTO STREET, 13 Rooms; Modern. MS0 per annum. ?2Q NORTH TH'HNT ?SIXTH STREET, 7 Raioni?. $is per month. PuSactl.-laJil inuui-ill.ucly. CHARLES A. ROSE. Real Estait? Agent. No. I North Ninth Sticut, FOR RENT. pOR .RENT, Furnished Flat for ?ummer tnotstlrn? 109 EAST CANAL STREET. HI EAST CANAL STREET. N. xv. aoxxna. pOR RENT, THAT bESIRABtda RESTTDENCE, NO? 114 East Franklin Street, containing about 14 tootns. Possession at once. H. BELDON TAYLOR <tt CO.. No. 8 North Eleventh Street. pOR RENT, STORE NORTHWEST CORNER CA?T3 and Elevcnlli Streets. FACTORY, Nineteenth between B and F Streets. STOKE, Twelfth between D and E. I STORE, 'riili'toi'7iih betw?en E and p. STORE AND DWELLING, South Pino 8trcet. _N. W. BOWE. CALL ON US AND LET US TELL you something about l^ee District lots. WM, B. PIZ7.INI CO., Tenth and Bank Streets. :OR RENT, NO-. 1003 WEST AVENUE, 7 ROOMS. NO. HI SOUTH FIFTH STREET. 7 ROOMS. NO. 311 NORTH TWENTY-NINTH STREET, S ROOMS. NO. ?OMi NORTH FIFTH STREET, t ROOMS. NO. 503 NORTH SIXTH STREET. 9 ROOMS. '. 412 SOUTH PINE STREET. 3 ROOMS. NO. r,20 NORTH FIRST STREET, 3 ROOMS, 300 NORTH FIFTH STREET, El ROOMS. NO. 'M EAST BROAD STREET <FI?AT), COTTAGE, I'.AJtTON HEIGHTS, 8 ROOMS. BUTTON &. CO.. Tenth and Bank Street*. REAL ESTATE. CHAP?N & HUME, REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE, LO/iNH, FOR SALE, J.OTS IN LEE DISTRICT. LOWEST MARKET PRICE. MOSTfl DESIRABLE LOCATIONS. ydj ?OU rato of $25.00 per mont?j?* 2-STORY FRAME. 7-ROOM DWELI?? ING, beautifully located on Baarto?*| Holghts. Nice, large lot, 102^clfi0. $3 f\r\n BUY8 A CENTRALLY LO, ,UUU GATED BRICK DWELL* ING on Second Street, near Main, o? 8 rooms, renting frr $330. Several very desirable and attraotfvtl HOMES on Chestnut Hill and Bartot? Holghts, at prices and terms to milt th? times. It will pay you to see us befora purchasing, Conn ?*"10 cash, balan?a on easj? ?DOUU terms, -will buy a DETACHETJ COMFORTABLE HOME on Spring Street, containing 5 rooms} city eonvo* nlcnces. FOR RENT?FURNISHED, from Juno 1st ? to October, COLONIA!? HOUSE, near Old Point, Va., with 1*1 bedrooms, parlor, dining-room and out? sido kitchen. Modern, sanitary plumb?? Ing, elootrlo lights and long-dlstanc? telephone; beautiful grounds, large shad? and fruit trees, flowers; excellent bath? Ing. Trolley lino to Old Point, Buckroet etc. Servants secured if desired. Suit? ablo for private or boarding-house. rN LARGE OR SMALL SUMS. Charges Very Modernte. Collection of Rents a specialty. Liberal Advances mado. Flro Insurance Written. CHAP?N ?St HUME, 13 NORTH ELEVENTH STREET. Farras, Kills, &e, For Sale, GEO. E. CRAWEOED & CO., Catalogue Froo. 803 E, Main 9 WE HAVE A PARTY' WHO WILI? BUY ALMOST ANY GOOD RENTINO PROPERTY, paying half cash, and baU anco In good WEST-END LOTS. If you want to sell yours; boo us. , J. THOMPSON BnOWH & 00. WE HAVE A CUSTOMER FOR X flrst-clnsa Frnnklln-Stroet residence, lo* cated between First Stroot and Monro? Parle. H. 8ELDON TAYLOR & CO.. No. g North Eleventh Street. FINANCIAL. n B its)t?y -"- ?t^?fif*-? Good Siwesiments in McVEIGH & GLINN. 250 400 500 1,000 1,200 $ 2,500 3,009 6,000) 10,000 15,000 J.TH0KPS?B BROWN & GO, 1,000 500 750 2,000 7,000 6,000 To Lend on McVeigh & glinn. MONEY TO LOAN ON RICHMOND olty real estate ut 5 P? ?"l*^ ^^ No. 4 North Eleventh Street, FIVE PER UHU. MONEY TO LF.ND ON RICHMOND CITY REAL JCSTATb*. BUTTON & CO., Tonth and Bunk Streets. MONEY! MONEY! TO LOAN ON GOOD REAL ESTATE IN city and country. R, B. CHAFF1N & C. Ino'p'd., No, 1 North Tenth Street, MEETINGS. University of VU'B'Inla, Charlottesvllltt, Va., May 1. 1903. At a meeting uf tlis Board of Visitor, of the University of Virginia, hold at th? University on the IftStt? day of April, l?B, tho following resolution? were adopted: Ho It resolved as follows: Tho board should procood, af'.or such iidvertlseuiont as ia re?,ulr*d, tu appoint a president of tho University, The appointment of a president shall ! a mado ut a meeting of the board to b? hold ?t the University at 1Z o'clock Sator? day. June 13. I'jOJ, The secretary of the board shall cau?? notice of the time whan and the plao? where tho president wiil.be appointed a? aforesaid, to ' be given by adveriisemont printed for four successive w?*8ks In Th* Tlinfii-Dispatch. a daily nawsjaiper o? guaw??, circulation, i>ubiisheit lu ?hu cltyi uf Richmond. . : ,? Notice U horiiNy ?riven that thero wll| be appointed fi pr?sl?out of tho Unlver? , uv or \'iu;hi!i at the time and plac? mentioned hi the above, resolution?, jAMK? JGNE3, bvcictary. t W O. lie?: W?. Ciiur.oUeovUle, y?, ?