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Boy Falls Out of Tree on a
BOTH PAINFULLY HURT
Meeting of Fire Commissioners This
Evening?Two Negroes Hurt in a
Row?-Oandidatee for the Board.
Manchester Bureau Tlmes-Dlspateh,!
No. 1102 Hull Streot. J
A peculiar accident occurred yester?
day afternoon In tho yard adjoining tho
residence of Mr. W. T. Hart, No. 223
East Eleventh Streot.
Llttlo Wllllo Owon, boh of Mr. R. E.
Owon,# had climbed n, cherry tree, and
the four-year-old daughter ?was under
tho treo playing. Suddenly the limb of
trio tree broko nnd Willie fell to the
ground. In falling ho struck the little
girl. Sho fell heavily and sustained a
nevero fracture of hor leg below the
knee, Dr. Ingram treated her. and last
night the little sufferer wae -, resting aa
well an possible.
Wllllo sustained nn abrasion on his
head nnd was otherwise painfully bruised.
He la getting along nicely.
The Flro Commissioners will meet to?
morrow night In regular session. In ad?
dition to routine business, the question
of tlio nppoliitment of a man to ring tho
lire bell upon occasion of Uro will bo dis?
cussed and lho matter settled.
Up to Juno 1st It was tlio duty of iho
policemen to ring the bell, but tho Police
Commissioners, feeling that the ofllcers
cbuld he better employed, tho rule was
changed, so that tho duty now devolves
upon tho firemen.
This committee met laut night In regu?
lar session and transacted routine busi?
ness, Superintendent Allen made his re?
port, showing that the work of tho de?
partment was In good shape. - Mr. Allen
Ib also superintendent of Matiry Ceme
. tory, and tho subject of a new residence
for the ? latter was Informally discussed,
th?? commltteo expressing themselves as
satisfied that a new building was badly
EARLY MORNING ROW.
This names of Mason Anderson and
Thomas Cheatham, two negroes, -were
balled In the Mayor's Court yesterday
morning, but neither was able to answer,
and ih?; causo of It was this:
Before daylight yesterday morning a
row was started up on Hull Stroet, In
which tho two negro-?s mentioned, Alex?
ander Johnson and several others figured.
In the row Johnson was shot In the leg
and Anderson was badly beaten. The
row created considerable commotion.
Both Anderson and Cheatliam were ar?
rested, the latter on the charge of shoot?
ing Johnson. Policemen Wright and
Jones did the honors.
As soon as Johnson and Anderson nre
able to mako .lucid statomelii;i the case
, Altltough his -namo cannot be .placed
on tho official ballot,. Mr. George Huband
will be a candidate for election to the
Boafd of Aldermen in the Fourth Ward
at the election next week, to fill the
vacancy exiting by the resignation of
Mr. John E- t'tz. The name of Mr. Hu?
band will have to bo written on the bal?
lot by the voter or one of the Judges.
Much intereet centers In the meeting of
the Finance Committee on Friday night.
The most Important measure to be de?
cided "will be tho proposed appropriation
for a new building for the superintendent
of Maury Cemetery.
It Is concedod that the building ls great?
ly needed, and there-Is little doubt that
the appropriation will be made. Then the
matter will be presented to the Common
Council next Tuesday night, and to the
Board the following Friday.
Tho report of Captain Llpscomb for the
month of May shows tho work of the
pollco to havo been as follows: Total ar?
rests, &6; by chief, 17; by Jones, B; ny
Smith, ?; by Wright, 20. Forty-two ordi?
nance violations were reported, twelve
misdemeanors and one felony c-neo.
PERSONAL AND NOTES.
Mr. S. R. Richards, 'Who has heen vis?
iting relatives hero, has returnee^ to Sel?
Miss Sara Leo Robertson, of Rocky
Mount, in visit Ing Miss Basale Welslgcr,
No. 112 Cowardin Avenue.
Miss Pearl Blanklnshlp Is 111 at her
homo In Swansboro.
Mrs. Mary Woolrldge and daughter, of
Amelia, are visiting Mrs. A. I?. Powell,
of East Ninth Btreet.
The chorus choir of Bolnbrldgo-Streot
Church will sing nt the services to-night.
Mr, Sidney Walke, who has been 111 for
somo time at St. Luke's, ls better.
The Cemetery Committee will meet at
7:3(1 o'clock this evenJng In Superintend?
ent Allen's ofllco, whon matters of Im?
portance will be transacted.
The most important meeting of the
Stroet Committee for a long time will be
hold to-morrow night. At this meeting
the ward delegations will present their
plans for permanent street Improvements,
and bids will bo opened for such Improve?
ments, As a result of the meeting the
a ion Intoxica*,
Recovery is hastened, health
restored and vitality renewed by
the nse of
The perfect malt tonic. A food
in liquid form. It quickly builds
flesh and tissue.
All <J raggiata ?ell it. Piepartxl hy the
Anheuser-Busch Brewing Ass'n
St. Loul?, U. 8. A.
city will In ? few weoks present a busy
Mr. and Mrn. H. L .Duval, of Salisbury,
N. C, nro the guests of Mr. and Mrs,
C. H. Kahl, in Swanshoro.
Tho young men's prayer meeting at
Clopton-Blreet Church Saturday night
"will ho conducted by Mr. Robert Rcmmn.
All young men and boys are welcome.
The services at this church on Sunday
will be conducted by the pastor. Rev, TV.
The Candidates for Commonwealth's
Attorney Actively at Work.
The campaign for Commonwealth's at?
torney of Henri?? county has opened In
earnest and tho candidates are ncUvely at
work. Senator Julian Bryant, Mr. C. VV.
Tlirockmortoii and Mr, Louis O, Wen
denburg aro in the field and all havo
strong following. Ecch gontlcman Is
making a canvass In various parts of the
county. Mr. Bryant Is perhaps the most
active at thin timo. He expresses the
?greatest encouragement at the assur?
ances of support given him, and hla
friends are already predicting his vic?
tory in the primary, wiiich will be held on
the first Thursday In August Mr. Tlirock
morton, too, expresses confidence In his
own victory. There Is ample time be?
tween now and tho date of the primary
for a great deal of work, but the ?ispir?
ante aro proceeding on the theory that
the early canviuwor captures the votes.
' Candidate? for the other county olllccs
are also getting down tn work and In a
few weeks the campaign will bo a very
Mr, Patrick Tierney Fell from a Street
Car Yesterday Afternoon.
Mr. Patrick Tierney fell from a street
car while it was going quite rapidly
yesterday afternoon and was painfully,
though" by no means seriously, hurt. The
accident occurred on Mala Street, near
Beach. Dr. C. V. Carrlngton was called
to dress Mr. Tlerncy's injuries, and after
tho physician had dressed the Injurie?
Mr. Tierney wns able to go home, ac?
companied by his wife.
. Elks Meet To-Night.
An important meeting of Richmond
Lodge of Elke will be held at the Home
to-night. Matters concerning tbe trip to
Baltimore In attendance upon tho Grand
Lodge in July, will bo discussed. - -
IN ONCE MORE
(Continued from First Page.)
aa fast rs possible over the only line of
road open?the electric road from Leaven
worth, Kan. Street cars In, the suburbs
began to run after a fashion to-day with
power furntuhed by the dynamos In Leav
enworth. The lack of gas Is severely felt
and' oil is scarce.
Plage, of distress from partly Inundated
buildings In Armourdalo could be seen
from Kansas City, Kan., during tho day,
and many rescues were effected, The day
brought to light no facts on which to
baso an estimate of tho number of deaths
in the flood.
Possibly ten bodies have been seen float?
ing alnco Sunday, but estimates made
from this are valueless, ae some of the
bodies may have floated down the Kaw
from Topeka?tho samo bodies drifting In
the ever-changing eddies of the flood may
have been counted several times.
The flood situation Is very much im?
proved to-night. The gas imply is am?
ple, two electrlo street car lines have re?
sumed sorvlce, and others will follow to?
morrow: tho electlo light plant Is ready
to begin service, but does not do eo be?
cause of the possibility of f.Tes from
oroBsed wires; the water works will begin
to pump Kansas River water Into the
reservoir to-morrow, and tho next day
the water will be turned Into the pipes;
the food supply is ample on both sides of
the river, tho vast ?mantles of meat in
tho pocking houses having been reached
by the packers; the predicted Increase of
sickness has not nppeared: the Kansas
River Is falling half an Inch nn hour,
and the Mlesourl River Is expected to
full beforo daylight.
Eight persons are positively known to
have been drowned in the two Kansas
FOR LITTLE ONES
? Go-Carts that are easy to buy and easy to roll.
Late shipment of the best selling Go-Carts marked
way down, j V
$7.65 Buys a Nice Re?
clining Cart Complete.
Others #s High as $40. ?
Refrigerators every style. Gas Ranges and Oil
Stoves of the best makes. Mattings, Oil Cloth, Etc.
TERMS TO SUIT AT CASH PRICE.
Ryan, Smith & Taiman, 609 East Broad
cilios since last Friday. They are:
POLICEMAN EDWARD KEENAN.
PHILIP WARE, negro boy.
AVILLIAM E. HEISTER, truck drUer.
AVILLIAM HERBERT, express .man.
JOHN RAY. negro.
TOPE ? A SITUATION
The River Falling Rapidly?-Forty-eight
Known to Be Dead.
(li.T AasoclaUd Presa.)
??????. KAN., June 2.-The flood sit?
uation In Topeka to-night may be briefly
Known dead, forty-eight. River liad
fallen to-day three feet ana Is now receding
at the rato of two Inches an hour. Dis?
tress will bo great among the refuge**?.
Governor Bailey Issued a proclamation
calling for help for the flood sufferers of
the State. Fifty deputy sheriffs, armed
with Winchesters, go to North Topeka to
protect properly, with orders to shoot
looters whenever they are (?aught stealing.
Governor Bailey's proclamation calling
for outside aid waa de-clded upon at a
maes-meotlng to-day. when the Governor
waa requested to Issue tho call. It was do
clded to.mako this a general appeal for
the people all along the flooded districts
of the State as well as for those In To?
peka. Tho plan ts to make Topeka head?
quarters and to distribute the aid from
here to the other parts of the State.
Tho situation in the flood stricken dis?
tricts la better than It has been liefere for
the reason that fewer people? are marooned
In houses,?In trees and on Islands. Not to
exceed.four hundred people are In Topeka
on the north side to-night The work of
removing them began early to-day, and It
ls believed but few are left In tho.flooded
The damage may reach J2,O00,000. It may
?o beyond that. Crops In the Kansas bot
oms are destroyed, which will cause an
enormous loss to farmers.
WATER FALLING. BUT
SITUATION IS SAD
?TBy Associ ate/id Press.)
DBS MOINES. IA., June 2.?The situa?
tion in Des Moines ls still disheartening,
although the water continue? to fall rap
The wide territory that wsls floode?d pre?
sents a sad picture. Men and women
who have anxiously watched for the
water to go down to-day .wandered the
muddy stroets to the houses whloh had
Train service here on the main lineas
Is once more nearly normal. At Ottum
wa the water has begun to decline. But
It Is ?till rising between Keosauqua and
Keokuk. Water noat? through the main
streets of Ottumwa, four miles of tho
main line of the Burlington tracks are
under water, tho light and water plants
are shut, down, and: business ls pros?
SIX HUNDRED MILES
OF CROPS DESTROYED
(By Assodat***! Press.)
KEOKUK, ? ?.. June 2.?Six hundred
square miles of rich farming land along
the Mississippi south of here Is'under
water. Tho Egyptian levee broke during
the night In two places, and there aro
now more than twenty breaks In It. A
strip of country ten miles wide and sixty
miles long ts now under water, and tho
crops, which never looked better, will be
a total loss. Much of the land over?
flowed has not been flooded for thirty
three, years. The loss will reach $1,000,00(1.
The town of Alexandria, Iowa, six miles
south of Keokuk, Is entirely submerged,
and the people living In tho second stories
?are making preparations to move.
DANGER POINT IS
PASSED AT ST. LOUIS
(Hy Amoclu/e?! FremO
BT. LOUrB, MO., June 2.?Thirty feet,
the danger point, was reached and passed
to-dav by the flood that Is coming down
the Mississippi River, The river con?
tinues to riso rapidly and a point consid?
erably higher than thirty-four feet, which
Weather Forecaster Bowie had predicted
would be reached by Thursday or Friday,
will be accomplished. The crest of tho
Hood In Kansas and Missouri Rivers is
vet to come and when it shall reach
tier? arid he Increased by high water in
the Mississippi, some loss of life la fear?
ed and destruction to property mast fol
Tho first loss attendine- tho present flood.
In this vicinity was reported to-day In
the drowning of Mrs, William Schmidt
and her two children In an attempt to
escape on a flat boat from Catfish Island,
In the Missouri River. In midstream the
boat capsized and Schmdt was able to
save only one of hts children.
ALSO ON RAMPAGE
(By AiBoctated Preai.)
ST. PAUL, MINN., June 2.?The Mtnne-,
sota Reservoir Is on a rampage, caused
by the bursting of the dam at Big Stone
Luke, near the source of the reservoir?.
One mile thle Bide of Henderson, Minn.,
the stream 1b a mile and a htnf tn width,
and at Henderson Bridge, where at normal
stage the water flows thirty feet benoath,
the angry waves are now laving the
planking of the roadway.
The enunbors of an unknown family, re?
cently arrived from Oklahoma,, aro all
drowned, and their house haa beeri car?
ried down Into the Mississippi. Farm
buildings near the river ana the bridges
havo been damaged, and the loss to crops
will be heavy.
. . ? a
Reception at The College.
" a reception wae tendered last evening
at the Woman's Collego by Dr. and Mrs.
Jamos Nelson to the faoulty and the
senior class. The affair was Informal ?nd
Among those who assisted In receiving
were Dr. and Mrs. Nelson, Mrs, Wil?
liam Nelson, Mrs. BaWe Harris and Miss
Forbes, the lady principal. The attend?
ance was very largo, and a most pleas?
ant evening was spent, Refreshments
were served in the course ot tho eve?
ning,_ ? .
Candidates for the House.
(Special to The Tlroes-DiepatoM
WIliI-IAMSBUUO, VA., June 3,-It Is
understood hore that Mr. J. Ci, Curlton.
of Toano, and Mr. E. O. Madison, of
Wurwlok, will l'? candidates for tha
House from this disti let. It. Is alno re?
liably stated that Hon. ?. ?. Barnes,
of New Kent, will not be a candidate for
tho position as reported u few days uijo.
Chairman Agnew Don't Want
to Be Crowded.
A HOTEL MAN IS FOOLED
Mr. Price, Who was Formerly of This
City, Let His Good Nature Get
the Best of Him?"Extra
The Tlmes-Dlspateh Bureau,
No. 1417 G Street, N. W?
Washington, II. ('., June 2d,
Chairman Agnew, of the Republican
Committee of Virginia, hns re-called Julio
11th ns tho dato for holding tho mooting
of tho committee, and Ima sutrntltuted
Juno 16th Instead. He said to Tho Tlmes
Dlepatch correspondent that ho had dono
so In order to. escape thu crowds which
are expected In Rlchmornl noxt week.
When asked what would probably be the
declelon ns to the Richmond fnctionnl
fight, Mr. Agnew said ho couldn't risk a
GETS PICKED UP.
That veteran and successful hotel mnn,
Mr. W. W. Price, who Is probably as
widely known In Virginia as any other
hotel man In AVashlngton, nnel who used
to be head clerk at Old Forel's, In Rich?
mond, Is being guyed by his friends of
the profession on how neatly he was
picked up yesterday by a strip of a girl
seventeen years old. Mr. Price's Jovial
face ls a familiar ligure rehind tho desk
at tho Metropolitan, whero ho Is head
c|ork. Yesterday a girl caino to tho hotel
end was shown to the parlor, where she
said she was watting to meet her uncle.
She sat there until towards evening, nnd
then went down to tho desk and took Mr.
Price Into her confidence. Bhe . had lost
fifty dollars at the Pennsylvania Station,
sho said, and had no money. Sho' hnd
como from Atlanta and was ?.-xpectlng
her uncle later. She was on her way to
Chicago, and had three trunks with her.
She had sent a telegram to her uncle ask?
ing him to telegraph her some money.
Her horses and piano would follow hor
to Chicago. Her father nnel mother both
"She was an Innocent looking girl, and,
of course, I waH , ready to help her. I
gave her some money to go to the restau?
rant across the street und get a meal,
our dining-room having closed," said Mr.
Price, "nnd I gave her a room for the
night. I went home and got to thinking
over It. Where were her checks for her
baggagef I went down and Inquired
whether a telegram had been sent by her,
and I found that none hnd been. This
morning, after continuing my Investiga?
tion a little further, I^went to police head?
quarters and told the detectives about It.
They sent a man with me and I Introduced'
him to her and told her he would help
her find her fifty dollars. Meanwhile they
will communicate with the police of At?
lanta and try to find out whose daugh?
ter has run .away from home. I guess I
was done all rl?ht, but I would do like?
wise again under similar circumstances,
ORIGINAD FREE DELIVERY ADVO?
It Is Interesting to note In connection
with the present -PoBtofflce Department
Investigation ? that .the^eylglmil advocate
of the rural free delivery'of mall was a
Virginian. He was William Smith, a
practicing attorney at Culpeper Court
The Artistic Conover,
The High-Grade Cable,
The Victorious Kingsbury and
The Ever-Pleasing Wellington
have tlio lend in the Piano
IT IS BECAUSE
they are PIANOS made of
best materials and best work?
manship, and will give satis?
faction for a life-time.
Gome fo Our Warerooms
and let uh show yon our
THE HOUSE OF
IS THE HOME
Sheet Music ai Half Price
Sold on Easy Terms.
Have you hoard, the King
of Piano players? If not,
come and hoar the wondorfiij
GHASE & BAKER
the most perfect self piano
player in the world.
Come to us for anything
in the MUSIC LINE. Wo
can supply you, and are al?
ways gititi t? wolcojno jon.
The Gable Company,
Largest Munufactur?re ol Pianos
uud Orguns In tho World.
213 East Broad Street.
AUCTION SALES?FUTURE DAY8.
My Pollard & Bagby,
For Division of
At the S. E. Gor. of 24th and M Sta.,
With Two Frame Houses Thereon.
Wo will sell at auction on THURSDAY.
JUNE THE ????, 1S03, nt ? o'clock P. M..
the nhove desirable corner property. Lot
fronts 41 feet on "M" Street, by about
60 feet on Twenty-fourth Street. This Is
a very desirable location for business or
sovernl houses. You would do well to
secure this corner.
TERMS?One-third cash, rest ?, 12 nnd 18
PODL.ARD & RAOBY,
my .TO-td*? Auctioneers.
hoiuee, nnd the route he planned wns be
twoen Washington nnd Mlllcdgovlllo, Oa.
Me nfterward became a large star route
contractor. Spenklng of It In his history,
Ren. Periey 1'oeirO, In Pcrley's Reminis?
"With an cyo to the main chance, nnd
with a lnudablo desire to extend the mall
facilities of Virginia, Mr. Smith man?
aged to secure a largo number of 'ex?
peditions' through Parson Otmdlnh Rrulii
lirown, commonly cntled 'Parson Oba
dloh Bruin (BeCHwax Brown,' the super?
intendent of tho contract olllco of tho
"In pinco of tho horsebnek system,
stnge lines would be mibatttuted, and this
servire would ho frequently ' 'expedited'
without mudi nf a view to 'productive?
ness,' from one trip to three or six trips
a week. All of these expeditions woro
noted by stnrs (??) at tlio bottom ot
Smith's vouchers, which. Interpreted,
mennt 'extra allowance.'
"So frequently did thesso stars appear In
tho Vlrglnl'i contractor's accounts that
he soon came -to bo known In tho Post?
onico Department as 'Extra Billy' Smith,
nnd It. adhered to him In after life when
he bacamo a member of tho House of
Representatives, and'afterward Governor
R. F. Compton, son of French Comp- j
?ton, a prominent lawyer of Chnrlottes
vllle. lias gone to New York to accept a
position with tho ' Manhattan E?'o and
Ear Hospital. Dr. Compton Is a medical
graduate^of tho University of A'irglnla,
nnd will mako. eye und ear diseases his
Mrs. W, J. '. Sho waiter ji has gono to
Waynesboro to-spend the summer there
and-at oUior points-In* the'Valley.
Miss Alma Virginia Coyner hns re?
turned to Waynesboro nfter spending a
month with her sister here.
A postoffice has boen established at
Jersey, King George county, two and one
half miles northeast of Shlloh, with
James O. Bllllngsley as postmaster.
The star route between Esto and Alvah
will be discontinued May 30th.
A postonico has been established nt
Totton, Warren county, with Joseph Vf.
Totten as postmaster.
A postonico has been established at
Millikan, Randolph county, N. C, with
William C. Mljlekan as postmaster.
An office has boen established at Mc
Call, Tazewell county, Vn., with Thomas
G. Stephenson as postmaster.
William.P. Rucker and D. N. Rucker
have been appointed, rural delivery car?
rier and substitute, respectively, of the
route from from Davis Mills, Va., the
appointment to bo effectlvo July 1st.
(Continued from First Pago.)
PEARL? YORK, aged four,.
LEON M'GILL, aged one year.
MRS. MARY" ABEL, aged seventy.
MRS. BELL? YORK, aged twenty-seven.
MYRTICE WESTMORELAND, aged
MANDA WYLIE. colored, aged forty
Killed at tlie Gainesville Mills:
ROBERT LEVEN, aged eleven, head
MRS. ANNIE GARRETT.
' JOHN WESLEY ADAMS, aged four?
MARY CLARKE, aged eighteen.
MAUDE GORDON, aged slxteon.
BERTIE LONDON, aged fourteen.
FANNIE DUNCAN, aged twelve.
MARY LOU DUNCAN, aged eleven.
C. K. NOWLES.
BESSIE SKINNER, aged flftoen.
LILLIE WOODIE, aged thirteen.
MRS. J. A. CAMP AND BABY.
BOB MORRIS, aged twelve.
CLAUD11? SHEDD, aged eleven.
ORIN HAYNES, aged twelve.
JAKE WADDELL, nged seventoon.
LIZZIE RICH, nged sixteen.
GRADY LEE. aged fourteen.
ETHEL LYLE. aged twelve.
DOROTHY SLOAN. ,
MINNIE STOW ?7, aged fourteen.
ED. NAGLE.- .' .
HERMAN ENGLISH, nged thirteen.
DOROTHY SLOAN, ngod tlfteon;
LI LU E LOGG INS. aged nfteen.
LULA LOOG1NS, aged fourteen.
MRS. NATHAN JONES.
HOMER ?8??, aged twonty-ono.
COMER ASH 15. nged sixteen.
MINNIE JACKSON, aged seventeen.
BABY OP HERRINGTON.
Missing: W. F. Bunnlstor. ?
Eight persona killed In tho destruction
of tho Jones nnd Logan stores, noar the
Sotithorn depot, ure not (noludod in tlie
above list. All of them were men, ox
copt Mrs, Jones, the wlfo of tho proprie?
tor of tho Jones general store. Two of
the men killed in the Logan store wore
MASS OF RUINS.
The entire pathway of tho storm, ex?
tending two nillos from tho Gainesville
Mills around tho outskirts of tho ctly
to tho Pncolot Mills at New Holland,
Im a mues nf ruins, but the coUnges In
tho trull of the tornado between the
Southern stutlou and Now Holland, were
those of negroes,' who we're all fortunate?
ly nbsent from tho olty In nttouduuco
upon a colored tvöon,
Business is almost entirely suspended
throughout the city, tho attention of
everybody being given to tho caro of
thn wounded and suffering, Thoro Is no
lnnk of medical attention, mtiiiy surgeons
being present from Atlanta and other
cities. There Is great need, howover, of
clothing, antiseptics and other medical
The local militia, hnvo been called for
police duty, Tho city Is very orderly and
qulot, and only a fow Instance? of pil?
laging havo been reported.
Dr. Alderman Named.
The mention Of tho nntne of Dr. 10.1 win
A. Alderman, luesldont of the Tulann
University, Louisiana, in connection with
the. prosldetiay of tho University of Vir?
ginia, ls not a surprise to those who wore
prent'iit at tho recent banquet of the Uni?
versity Alumni at tho Commonwealth
Club. On that oceualon Dr. Alderman
nuulo 1111 address, which aroused unbound?
ed enthusiasm and won IiIhIi ooiunieiiilu
tlon, He Is not known tei lio u candidato
fur the position In any sense. Dr. Alilor
mtiu wns formerly president of tho Uni?
versity of North Carolina und that Insti?
tution grow und prosperivi (.nitor bis ill
re'itlun. Ho ?uccoeiled Colonel William
Preston Johnson u? houti of Tul.ino Uni
AUCTION SALES?THIS DAY.
By Pollard & Bag-by,
Of a Good, Detaohed, 9 Room,
No. 512 N. 9th Street.
Wo Will sell at auction on Wednesday.
Juno tlio 3rd, 11)03, nt G o'clock P. M..
tho nbovo tnontlohed desirable homo. This
property is In Rood order, nnd sold sub?
ject to a deed of trust for $1,200. Easy
terms can ho arranged on the balance of
tho purchase price.
POLLARD & BAOBT,
my 30-tds Auctioneers.
Oliver & Jones, Auctioneers,
R24 West Broad; 'Phono No. 22715.
AUCTION SALE STOCK OF GRO?
CERIES, FIXTURES, COUNTERS.
ICE-BOXES, Oil. TANKS, * COFFEE
MILLS, CANNED GOODS. BOTTLED
Wo will sell for Mr.' R. T. Martin, who
Is declining- business, at his store, 902 West
Broad Street, at
10:30 A. M., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 3,
Ills Block of Groceries, Canned and Bot?
tled G'oods, Counters, four Ice-Boxos,
largo Coffee-MUl, Oil Tank. Bhowcaso,
Cakes, Crackers, Flour, Scales and many
ollior things usually kept In a ?lrat-class
By Tho Valentino Auction Co., ?
012 Eaat Broad Street
REGULAR AUCTION SALE AT OUR
WARE-ROOMS, NO. ?12 E. BROAD
STREET, THIS (WEDESDAY) MORN?
ING. JUNE 3. 10O3, AT 10:30 O'CLOCK.
OF CHAMBER SUITS, SIDEBOARDS,
EXTENSION TABLES, HAT RACKS,
CHAIRS, ROCKERB. ODD BED?
STEADS, MATTRESSES, SPRINGS,
REFRIGERATORS, ICE-BOXES, SIN?
GER SEWING MACHINE. RUGS, IRON
BEDS, BRASS BEDS, PICTURES, MIR?
At 11 o'clock will sell In front of our
pinco ono good two-horso covered WAG?
ON, cost to build, $300. In good condition,
suitable' for furniture van, beer wagon,
etc. Also at 12 o'clock, will sell (TO pair
men's, ladles' nnd children's SHOES.
THE VALENTINE AUCTION CO.
. By J. Thompson Brown & Co.,
AUCTION SALE OF A CORNER
WAREHOUSE LOT, FOURTEENTH
AND MARSHALL STREETS, NEAR
S. A. L. R. R.. WITH TWO FRAME
BUILDNGS THEREON, ON THE
. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 3D, C P. M.,
Tho lot fronts 4flxlG0 feot nnd Is well
adapted for warehouse or factory pur?
poses, being near C. & O. and S. A. L.
R. R. - Tho housos, with somo repairs,
could be made remunerative. .
TERMS?Easy and announced at salo.
BROWN & CO.,
my 30-tds. Auctioneers.
AUCTION SALES?FUTURE DAYS.
By N. W. Bowo,
Real Estate Auctioneer.
EXECUTOR'S SALE OF A VALUA?
BLE TRACT OF LAND, WITH
SMALL BUT COMFORTABLE- IM?
PROVEMENTS ?HEREON. ABOUT
2 1-2 MILES NORTH OF THE CITY OF
RICHMOND. ADJOINING THE LANDS
OF MATTHEW O'iLMOUR. THE HEIRS
OF JUDGE JOHN A. MEREDITH. DE?
CEASED. AND OTHERS, .AND VERY
CLOSE TO THE NEW NORTH (OR
CANNON'S) ROAD, BY AUCTION.
As surviving ? executor of tho late A.
AV. Shields. I will sell by publlo auc?
tion. In front of Henrlco County Court?
house, on-MONDAY-, JUNE 8, 1803, that
being the first day of tho June term of
Henrlco County Court, at 1 o'clock P.
M., the property above referred to, con?
taining 60 3-4 acres of nice land, with fair
improvoments, consisting of dwelling,
kitchen, stable, &c. This property would
make a good homo-and doubtless It will
? rovo,? goprl . sp.equllvUv.o holding. The
welling house contains,3 or-4:rooms, and
la. quite comfortable, though plain; one
aide of the land ? la bordered by a good
live Btr?am, -and, altogether, the placo le
well watered. For further particulars
and to Inspect a plat of the property
seo the auctioneer.
TERMS?One-third cash and tho bal?
ance at ono and two yenra for notos with
interest added and secured by a deed ot
trust; or all cash, at the option of the
purchaser. ?. AV. BOWE. ?
t.d.s. Surviving ^?xecutor.
Public Sale of Goal Lands.
By virtue o?~a'deed/of tru?t from Thos.
\V. M|H?r., apd wife'to the'.Undersigned
trustee, dated June '. 4, 40QL 1 shall, on
Thursday.' June- 2d, 1903, at 2 o'clock ?
M., offer for sale at public auction, on
the premises, that certain tract of land
containing 847 3-4. aores, lying In Hugue?
not District, Powhatan county, Virginia,
being tho same land conveyed to Thou.
W. Mlllor by A. E. King, trustee, by
deed dated -, 1891, and recorded In
the clerk's office .of Powhatan County
Court. Terms: Cosh, aa' ?lo |StS.(i9, and
costs of .salii. Including a trusteo's com?
mission of 6 per cont. on tho gross amount
of sale; tho residue, if any, on a credit
of one and two years; deferred payments
to bo secured.by Hen on the property.
The property la said to contain a val?
uable vein of Honil-anthriiclto coal. J. D.
GREGORY, Trustoo, Roanoke, Va,
By The Valentine Auction Co.
The Davis galleries
The Elete Studio.
By virtue of a ducreo of tho Chancery
Court of tha city of Richmond, entered on
tho 2d day of June, 10X1, in the suit therein
pending under the style of John R. Cole
vs. R. O. School et ills., I shall Hell f?ir
cash, at public auction, on the respective
FRIDAY. JUNE 5 190.1.
at 12:30 o'clock P. M., all of the personal
property.- situated at Nos. K17, 307 und ?'?
E. Broad Streut, and belonging to the co?
partnership business heretofore conducted
by J. R. Colo und It. O, Scheel at Nos.
?17 and 222 E. Broad Streot, under the
ninno of Davis Gallery, and at 307 E.
Broad Stroet under Uio name of The
Elite Studio. Tho good-will of each nai?
lery will be included In said salu as a
part thereof, Each gallery, with thu prop,
orty thereto belonging, will bo offered &>??>
arutely, nnd then tho throe gallarles will
ho offered as a whole, Tho property will
bo sold freo of liens. Thu property io bo
sold Is embraced In an Inventory lllud with
ih?? papers, of the ahovu cause In the
clerk u office of tha Chancery Court, and
Includes everything In said Inventory cx
cupt tlio accounts receivable. Tho aule
will be subjuct to the confirmation of the
The salo will begin at No. 817 E. Broad
Streut. EDWIN M. PILOJiHR,
The Valentino Auction Co., Auctloners.
By R. B. Cliairin & Co., Ino.
Small Henrico Farm.
Ill obedience to decree of Circuit Court
of Hcnilci) of May 27, 1903, In mill of
llonby vs. Hornby, 1' shall offer for sale
In front of llviirli'u Courthouse on
MONDAY, JUNE 8TH (COURT DAY),
nt l'? clock, the Hornby Farm of about
El aores on the south sldu of White Oak
Bwuiup, on Chtti'lus City Road, nbuut
eight miles from .Richmond. This farm
adjoins the lauds now or formerly owned
bv lloifan, Waxlo. Ooudinuii and utilera.
There la a small fr-??a dwelling and usual
outhouses on the premises. ?
T1?RM8-Onothlid cauli, balance In ?,
12 and 18 months, negotlablo note?, bear?
ing Interest; title retulned until all pur?
chase money Is paid.
JO. 1.??? STERN,
Bond required of tho cominl?slonor In
the above ?ouuao hua buen given.
J. E. UROADDUS.
AUCTION SALEf?-i^UtURE DAYa,
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By Charles A. Rose,
Real Estate Auctioneer.
No. 1 North Ninth Street.
TRUSTEES* AUCTION SALE
AN EXCEPTIONALLY WELL BUI1VQ
BRICK STORE AND RESIDENCE!
COMBINED, NO. 101 WEST
JACKSON STREET, COR?
NER OP PRICE ST.
In execution of a certain deed of trust
to tho undersigned trustees, dated April
24, 1883, recorded In Richmond Chancery
Court. D. B. 143 C, page 859, the under?
signed trustees will sell at publlo auction
upon the premises, on
THURSDAY, JUNE 4TII, 1903,
at 6 P. M.
Owing to the desirable location of thl?
proporty, as well as tho substantial man?
ner In which it Is built, should attract
tho attention of Investors. The Improve?
ments consist of large brick store with
additional room on the first floor, four
living rooms on the seconel floor, and a
frame stable. The lot fronts on the south?
west corner of Jackson und Price Streets,
21 feet by a depth botweon parallel lines
of 95 1-2 feet to 3 foot alley.
TERMS?Cash as to a note of $1,500,
payable two years after date with Interest
thereon from February 24, 1903, until day
of sale, biiliinco as may he announced ?t
CHARLES A. ROSE,
N. C. SHEPPARD.
CHARLES A ROSE, Auctioneer,
my 31 Ju 2,3,4
By Sutton & Co.,
Real Estate Auctioneers. i
Tenth and Bank Streets. rocs
A UCTION SALE OF THAT TWO
" BTORY, DETACHED, MODERN
BRICK DWELLING, NO. 304 EAST
LEIGH BETWEEN THIRD AND
At tho request of tho ownorn we shall
offer for sale at public auction upon
tho promises on
THURSDAY, JUNE, 4, 1903,
at 5:30 o'clock P. M., the above described
property fronting 37 feet on tho north
side of Leigh Street with lot running baoki
a good depth.
Tho dwelling contains 9 rooms ahd
tho usual modern conveniences, such aa
hot nnd cold water, range, latrobe, stoves,
&c. This property ls dotached, the dwel?
ling well arranged and the lot Is broad.
which renders It very desirable for a,
Terms will bo made very liberal If de-?
sired. SUTTON & CO.,
my 31-tde. Auctioneers.
_- ' ,
By H. A. McCurdy,
Real Estate Auctioneer.
PURSUANT TO THE TERMS OF A'
DECREE OF RICHMOND CHAN?
eery Court of April 20, 1903, In consolidated
suits of AVllson ?fe Wilson vs. Beveridge.
&a, and, Hargrove et als, tre., vs. Bev?
eridge, &c, the undersigned, will offer foe
sale on the premises In the order above)
THURSDAY. JUNE 4TH, 1903,
beginning at 4 o'clock P. M.
Lot No. 210, Dlnneen's Plan, 22xlOOg
Part lot No. 226, Elnnoon'e Plan, 10x100,
Lot 20 1-2x150, Hill Street, between St,
Paul and St. John Streets.
No. El 1-2 feet, moro or less, corner Fed-e
oral and St. Potor Strcota.
Lot 25x1 Li) east -sido - Second between
Duval and Baker Streeta, .:
Lot 24x108, north -.Bide c?ay betw-een*
Fourteenth and FIftheenth Streets.
TERMS?One-third .cash, residue at ?3
and 12 months, notes, interest added; titlet
retained. Salo without limit or reservo,
and subject to confirmation of court.
ALLEN G. COLLINS, - '
B. RAND WELLFORD.
P. A. L. SMITH,
I hereby certify that the bond re-?
quired of the commissioners in the abov%
suit has beon given.
CHARLES O. SAVILLE.
my 30-tds. Clerk.
By J. D. CarriQal & Son,
Real Estate Auctioneers.
?TRUSTEE'S AUCTION SALE OF A
-1 GOOD FRAME DWELLING WITH
FOUR ROOMS, NO. 306 PRESTON
By Virtue of a certain deed of trust
dated May 23, 189S, and recorded In. Rich?
mond Chancery Court clerk's office in D.
IB, 163 C, page 61, default having
been made in tho -payment"of"a portion
of the debt secured thereby, and havlns
been required by the beneficiary therein
so to do, will on
? MONDAY, JUNE- 8. 1003,
at 5 o'clock P. M., on the premises, pro-?
coed to sell by publle'auctlon the property
conveyed therein, .viz:?. All that lot ofl
land, with all Improvements thoroon, lyltia
and being In the city'ot Richmond, Va.,
on the north lino of Preston Street be?,
tween Third and Fourth Streets, begin?
ning 87 fact oast of Third Street and
fronting on Preston Streot 17 feot, and
running back from said front between,
parallel lines 127 feet to Bates Street.
TERMS?Cash sufficient to pay all
cost of sale, all taxes to day of sale and
a debt of $?00, with interest from Ma?
13, 1903; the residuo at 12 monthe.
J. D. CARNEAL,
By E. A- Catlln,
6 North Eleventh Street. ?.?
G OMMISSIONERS" SALE.OF LOT II?J
'-? BARTON HEIGHTS. . ?
By virtue of a decree In Circuit Cqurt
of Henrlco oounty, Virginia, entered June,
27th. 1S97. in the suit ot Rose & Co. vs.
Barton et als., the undersigned Special,
Commissioners, therein appointed, -wllV
THURSDAY. JUNE 4TH.. 1003.
at 6:80 o'clock P. M., on thei
premises, . sell - at - publlo auction, ?
tho real ostato described in the bill In,
'this causo as Lot 13 ...in Block 23, In
Barton Heights, which iront? 60 feet or?
oast side of St. John's Avenuo, between
Roberts and Wlckham Streots, und ox-?
tends back 115 feot to, an alley.
TERMS?One-third cash, and balance?
secured by trust deed at six and twelve}
months, or ?11 cash at option of pur??
W\? R. MILLER.
E. A. CATLIN,
Speolal Commissioner.? ?
Ili the Clerk's office of tho Circuit Cour^
of the County of Henrloo. ?
Roso & Co.Plaintif!
Burton, ot als....,..,,.,.,.Defendant.
I, J. E. Broaddus, Clerk of the aalet
Court, do certify that the bond require?)
of the ????<????? Commissioners by the .dei
cree rendered In suld cause on the ''230]
day of Juno, 1897, has been duly given?
Given under my hand as Clerk of thai
said court this 22d day of May. 1903. ..
J. k BROADDUS.
May 30-tda Clerk.
A UCTION SALE OF A VERY DESIR?.
??- ABLE STOCK OF DRUGS, FIX?
In order to wind up the estate of. B.
J. Edt?len, deceased. 1 will, offer for eal?s
at publia auction on
THURSDAY, JUNE 4. 1003,
at 10 o'clock A. M., on the premised
at 101 East Canal Street, in this city,
thut vuluublt? and well assorted ato?is
nf Drugs, with tho Fixtures, &c., belong?
ing to the catato of B, J. Edelen. de?
ceased. This Is one of the best stenda
In the city and the stock desirable. Art
Inventory can bo seen and the stock ex?
amined upon appliuatlon.
TERMS-One-lfilrd cash, and the bal?
ance on u credit of four and eight muntili
with upproved security or all cash, at the
option of tha purchaser.
The undersigned reserves the right ta
reject any or all bids.
O. J. MALLORY.
Administrator of H. J, Kdelt-u, deceased,
my 80-td?. ?
By A, J. t'huwiiiiig Company.
Auction S ?a le?
No. 1501 Grove Avo.
Three-story Brick Corner Dwelling, on ?
FRIDAY, 5th June, !903s
AT 0 O'CLOCK P. M. I
A BARGAIN CAN ?? ??? '