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ARE AFTER THE TRUST .,. ? <__ ' Fluid of $100,000 Raised to Pros? - ? cctite Tobacco Mo? nopoly. GAINES IN WASHINGTON Is at Work There and Is Being Assisted by Richmond and ? Other Independents. (?From Our Regular Correspondent.) WASHINGTON, D. C.j Juno 27-Rep tr.KrntatlvG John Wesloy Gaines, of Ten? nessee, who la making an effort to havo Ilio Atlorney-Genornl undertake the prosee ullon of the tobacco trust, raid in this city to-day that ho was much en? couraged by the assistance which Is be? ing given him by the independent tobacco manufacturera of Virginia, Kentucky and Tennessee In the procuring of evl? denco. .About eix ,weck3 ogo Mr. Galnes v/roto Iho Attorney-General, calling his atten? tion to the fact that the tobt*r.u trust wiw violating the law against unlawful combinations m restraint of liado, and in reply received a letter from Attorney Ocneral Knox that the district ?Uotntty ut Nashville luid been instiuclod "to re? ceive" such evidence as might bo sub? mitted to him bearing on the ca*e. Mr. Gaines'has not been employed as counsel by tho Independent tooucco 11.011 vfucturers, but he has dono much work in assisting in the procuring ol evi-lonco 1o the effect that tho America.?. Tobacco Company and the regla ru'/eis air. in collusion, and that theru Is no real com? petition bet.we?;n them In' bidding. "? fund of $100,000 has been raised for the purpose of prosccutmg Ino case?," hai?! Mr. Gaines to-day. "ilio inde_*i.d ???? manufacturer? of Kentucky, Ten neu /?ce and Virginia havo taken 11,e moat active Interest In the case, and have __iv?.n money liberally to defray tho coal of col? lecting evidence. I havo *aid ail along und still ?-ay that there wiil bo? no diffi? culty In establishing the lact tlmt th*i buyers for tho%trust und lor the li,ur.*>. pcan governments are In cahoot, und that the trust will not bid' against the regie buyers, or the regie people agalnit the tiust buyer?." Mr. Gaines will bo here eevera, days digging ?into tho records and collecting matter to be used In the courts against '.be trusts. WILL GO TO MAINE. Governor Aycock to Deliver an Address on Education. (Special to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.) RALw?jH, N. C., Juno 27.?Governor 'Aycock has accepted an invitation from W. W. Stetson, superintendent of public instruction In the State of Maine, to 6peud the first ten day? of September In that' State, delivering a series of educa? tional addresses. The Invitation comes as a splendid compliment for the vigor? ous educational policy that has character? ized the administration of Governor Ay? cock. Ho ?will be accompanied by ex Jjidge Francis D. Wlnstlon, of Wlnsor, me Democratic nomlneo for Lioutcnant Governor. A serious flro was narrowly averted last night In the laboratory ot Ihe Stato iigrlculturai building. A little gas stove with rubber liose connections was left iitirnlng and a leak in the hose allowed the gas to escape until It Ignited. There was stime damage to the apparatus, but tho night watchman discovered tho blazo in timo to extinguish It before serious headway was gained. The Junior Order United American Mc rhjitlcs of Raleigh aro preparing for a big ovation find recopilen to \V. E. Falson. n?-sl8tant commissioner of labor and printing for North Carolina, who was elected national councilor of tho order at St. I,ouls last week. It has a salary at? tached of $1,600. and It Is understood that tie will resign his State oinco. His elec i.'Ofc m.'ikcs Raleigh national headquarters for the Junior Order. The national coun? cil also elected Z. P. Smith, of this city, editor of the American, tho national organ of t.he order, and appropriated $4> 0O0 to movo the office of publication from Pennsylvania to Raloigh. Mr. Smith Is now traveling passenger agent for the Seaboard Air Line. Ho will .havo to re? sign this position. Tho North Carolina Corporation Com? mission will to-morrow hear a petition from tho Seaboard Air Uno to be allowed to discontinuo a number of Hag stations on tho Carolina Central, between Wil? mington and Hamlet. Wholesalo mer? chants, of Wilmington aro making a hard fight to compel the Seaboard to continua tlio stationu for the benellt of their cus? tomers. Dt. and Mrs. Hamill, of the teachers' truineel department of the Methodist Episcopal Church, South, began a Sun? day school teachers' institute here to-day for tho benellt of tho Methodist Sunday school teacliers of Raleigh. It will con? tinuo throe days. TJ10 outlook for tho summer school at the Agricultural and Mechanical Collega ?during July Is especially bright, thero bolng every indicai.on that the attend? anoci will bo not less than 1,200, Tho music, features will be of unusual inter? est. Wn orchestra of unusual strength ?nil a choriifl of two hundred voices will give two grand recitals during the month, under the direction of Wado R. Brown, musical director of tho Baptist University for Women. A charter waa issued this morning for the Enterprise Printing Company, ot Williamson, Martin county. Tho eapltal is *G,<W0 and tho principal incorporator 1? Alfred E. Whltmore. The company will publish the Williamson Enterprise. Another? charter'was to the West End Land Company, of West End, Moore i'oimty. The Incorportors ere Charles A, Springs, of Mooro county, and J. J". llarriii and G, U Leak, of Charlotte. Along the Rappahannock. (Special to The Times-Dispatch.) FREDERICKSBURG', VA., June 27.? Judge c. M. White, of Fauquier county, has been instrumental in buving a large number of young bass liberated In the wa? ters of the Rappahannock River near tho Fauqujer Springs. The Landreth seed farms, In Lan? caster county, which were sold at public suction, owing to tho failure of that company, were purchased by one of the Lanflreths, who was the mortgagee, for $10,060, J. P. McKenney, a general merchant; of Westmoreland county, has mado nn assignment for the benefit of his cred? itors, with liabilities about ?1,400; assets much less, The Tidewater Agricultural and Stock Association will hold its eleventh annual fair at Tappahannock on August 21th, 2i>th and 26th, >. Saw-Mills Shut Down. (Hneciaj to Tho Times-Dispatch.) WILSON, VA., June 27.-Many q? the ?aw mills in this soctioij have shut down and a large number of hands havo been thrown out of employment. The saw mill men claim that there is no demand ?or lumber at this time, You Can Keep Cool t*",?. ' '_-:,',??__i?-_s_-?-' ?, I 7- j .??:?? ?,_;_?jss?.'-?.-3 during the warm spell by making a small investment in our Coat and Pants stock o? summer weights. Dependable Garments in Homespuns? Crashes and Wor? steds, $5.00, $7.50, $10.00 BURK St CO., W03 East Main Street. THREE LOSE THEIR LIVES Explosion of Fireworks in Phil? adelphia Building Causes Disaster. ORIGIN OF FIRE UNKNOWN (By Associated Presa,) PHILADELPHIA, Juno 27.-Three per fons lost their lives and half-dozen ethers were Injured late to-day as the result of tho explosion of a. small hun? di? of fireworks in the store-room of the Diamond Fireworks Company, at No. 620 Arch Street. The dead are: JACOB JANCOVITCH, aged twenty eight years. O. BERMAN, twenty-seven. LENA. SEMPSON, twenty-one. Tho cause of the explosion of the fire? works la not known. Thomas Conway, one of the firm of the company, waa wrapping up a small bundle of fire? works for a customer, when It exploded. Almost instantly the entire -roomful be? came Ignited from flying rockets and firecrackers?. All the employes on the first floor escaped without serlotus in Jury. The front of they first floor was blown out by the explosion of oowdei, and'soon the entire building was in flames. Every effort was made to res? cue those on the third floor. Firemen climbed ladders In the midst of the pyrotechnlchs and the placu was finally teached. Miss Sempson and Jancovltch were found alive, but died In a hospital. Berman was dead when he was taken irom the building. During- the rescue three firemen were Injured und three other persons were cut and burned, but not seriously. The flames spread to the building, oc? cupied by II. S. Kllner and Company, vubllshors of Catholic book-, ana that occupied by J. L. Olbnoy and Brothers, dealers In automobile supplies, but did no serious damage. The entire loss on ull three buildings, including stock. Is estimated at $30,000. There was no In? surance on the fireworks establishment. SEALED PROPOSALS. Notice to Contractors! , Ofllce of the Street Cleaning Department, Room No. 0, City Hall, Richmond. Va., June 28, 1WM. SEjVLED PROPOSALS WII__ BE RE celved until 4 o'clock P. M. JULY 6th. 1??. for building BRICK STABLE. Full information to bidders can be had upon application at this olllce. jV oertltied check for $_50 must accom? pany each bid an a guaranty for execu? tion of contract. No bid will bo considered unless ac? companied by a certified check. The Committee on Health reserves the right to reject any and all bids offered end to award thc contract as a whole or In Beparate parts. By order COMMITTEE ON HEALTH. June 2S-7t DIVIDEND NOTICES. Plantors National Bank, Richmond. Va., June 22, 1904. THE DIRECTORS OF THIS BANK havo to-day declared tho usual Seml Annual Dividend of SIX PER CENT. (free of tax) on the Capital Stock of tho Bank, payable on and a/tor JULY 1, 1904. RICHARD H, SMITH, Cashier. Richmond Trust & Safe Deposit Co-, Richmond, Va., Juno 23, 1904. O.N JUNE 7TH THE BOARD OF Di? rectors declared a Quarterly Dividend of ONE (I) PER CENT, on the Capital Stock, payable JULY 1, 190i to Stock? holders of record Juno 37, 1904. Tho transfer books will be closed from June 27. 1904, to July 1. 1901. Dividend checks will be mailed. ?. K. SANDS, Vice-Presldent. The State Bank of Virginia, Richmond, Vn., Juno 23, 1904. THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THIS Bank have dc?ared a Dividend of THREE AND ONE-HALF PER CENT, payable on and after JULY 1, 1904. WM. M. HILL, Cashier. AMUSEMENTS. ...The Dixie Troubadours... Return Engagement of the Splendid Vaudeville Combination for One Week In Max Hoffnnn'e "A TRIP TO PARIS" and "AT WBINHURST INN." "Pretty Music, Pretty Girls, Pretty Costumes. Matinee Wednesday. The Valentne Museum ELEVENTH AND CLAY STRBETa OPEN 10 A. M. TO 5 P. M. ADMISSION 2BC. THE HYGEIA BATHS, (Baruch System.) located In a separate department of the HYGEIA HOSPITAIi, 10! West Grace St, , INDICATED IN Liver and Kidney diseases, and in all Rheumatic and Uric Acid affeotlone. Mornings for Women; Afternoons for Men. DIVIDEND NOTICE. Office of Virginia-Carolina Chemical Co., Richmond, Va,. Juno 14, 1904. DIVIDEND NO. US,?THE BOARD OF Directora have this day doclarod a DIV? IDEND OF 2 PER CENT, (two per cent,), the same being quarterly Divi? dend No. 33, on the Preferred Stock of this Company, payable JULY 15th, 3004, when cheoke will "be mailed to all Preferred Stockholders of record at the close of business June 30th. For pur? poses of tho Annual Meeting of Stock? holders, JULY 20th, the books for the transfer of both Preferred and Common stock will be closod from July 1st to July 20..i, both days Inclusive. S. W. TRAVERS, Treasurer. Office Guarantee Building, Loan & Trust Co., Times Building, Richmond, Va., June 21, 190L DIVIDEND?THE DIRECTORS OF this Company have declared the usual Bemi-Annuy.l Dividend of TWO PER CENT, (freo of tax) out of the profits of the past six months, payable on and after JULY 1, 180*1. GEORGE C. JEFFERSON, Secretary. Virginia Fire and Marine Insurance Co., Richmond, Va? June 27. 1904. DIVIDEND?THE DIRECTORS OP THIS Company have declared a Seml-Annual Dividend of FOUR PER CENT, (free of tax), payable to Stockholders of record June 20.. 1904, from which date to July 2, 1904, tho transfer books will be closed. Checks for this dividend will be mailed Stockholders. Changes of ad? dress should be notified tho Company. XV. K. M'CARTHY, Secretary. ROBERT HARDING' COMPANY, INO?, Publishers Pell's S. S. Perlodlcals.-The Board of Directors have this day de? clared the regular Seml-Annual Dlvl end of FOUR J_ER CENT, upon the Pre? ferred Stock of this Company, payable July 1st, 1904, out of the earnings of the pant, six months. E. N. NEWMAN, Secretary. June 10, 1904. _ First National Bank. Richmond. Va., June 22, 1904. THE BOjVRD OF DIRECTORS OF THIS Bank has declared tlie usual Seml-An? nual Dividend of FO,UR PER CENT. (free of tax) on Its Capital of $<?00,(-0Q.?O, payable JULY 1st to Stockholders of record at the cloEe of business June SOth. JNO. M. MILLER, Jr., Cashier. Virginia Trust Gompany Richmond, ?'a., June 21, 1904. The Directors of this Company have this day declared a semi-annual Dividend of Two Per Cent., free of tax, payable on and after July 1, 1904. Dividend checks will be mailed. L. D. AYLETT, Secretary. Richmond Perpetual Building, Loan & Trust Co., 1013 E. Main Street, Richmond, Va-, June 21, 1901. THE DIRECTORS OF THIS COMPANY have declared the usual Seml-Annual Dividend of ONE DOLLAR AND FIFTY CENTS per share, payable on and after July 1st. 1604. HENRY S. HUTZLER. Cashier. Metropolitan Bank of Virginia, Richmond, Va.. June 23, 1904. THE DIRECTORS OF THIS BANK have declared a Dividend of TWO PER CENT, on its Capital Stock out of the earnings of the past six months, pay? able to Stockholders on and after JULY 1st. Checks will be mailed. H. A. WILLIAMS, Cashier. Southern Trust Company, Richmond, Va., June 24, 1904. TIIE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF this Company have declared tho regular Seml-Annual Dlvldond of 2% PER CENT, on Its capital, $100,000.00, payable JULY 1, 1901. JNO. TYLER, Treasurer. National Bank, of Virginia, Richmond, Va., June 22, 1904. THE DIRECTORS OF THIS BANTC have this day declared a Seml-Annual Dividend of TWO AND ONE-HALF PER CENT., payable on and after JULY 1, 1904. Checks will be mailed. W. M. HABLISTON, President. German American B'k'g. & Bldg. Co., No. 1 N. Ninth Streot. Richmond, Ve,, June 22, 1004. THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THIS Company have this day declared a Semi Annual Dividend of THREE PER CENT, (free of tax) out of the earnings for the past sin; months, payable to tho stockholders on and after JULY 1, 1904. CHAS K. WILLIS, Secretary and Treasurer. The Savings Bank of Richmond. Riohmond, Va., Juno 25, 190-1 THE, DIRKCTORS OF THIS BANK havo doclared the usual semi-annual dividend of four per cent, (free of tax) upon the capital stock of tho bank, pay? able on and after July 1, 1904. Dividend checks will be mailed, JAMES M. BALL, Cashier. June 26,28,30, July 2,3,0 < City Bank of Richmond, Riohmond, Va., June 21, 1904. THE DIRECTORS OF THIS BANK have declared the usual Seml-Annual Dividend of TURBE PER CENT, upon tho Capital Stock of $400.000.00, payable on and after JULY 1. 1904. J. XV. SINTON, Cashier. . Richmond, Va., June 25, 1904. AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK. Dividend No. 15. THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS HAS DE clared tho regular quarterly dividend of one per cent., payable July 1, if04. Chocks will be mailed, O. BAYLOR HILL, Cashier. June 26,28,29,30 :_I TAKE STEAMER f= ~ "Old Point Comfort" SATURDAY NIGHT. July 2d, at 10 o'Clock. 7Kn Round Tr*P to Norfolk. .7Kh I vu Round Trip to Newport News. I Ju BOO Children Under Twelve Years of Age. GOo Tickets Good to Return Next Night or tho Following Tuesday. AUCTION SALES?Thle Day. By Geo. Vi Oliver, Attctloneer, ili Vf, Bromi ftlr^t. ?'hon o 2275. My Regular Tuesday's Auction Sale To-Day at 10:30 A. M., Includes LARGE, ?MASSIVE OAK BK7D-ROOM HUIT AND WARDROBE, MASSIVE OAK HALL HACK, ?I-1'TECH PARLOR SUIT. PARLOR CHAIRS, ROCKERS, BRASS, ONYX AND MAHOGANY FIN? ISHED TABLES; LARGE, MASSIVE OAK CHIFFONIER, OAK SIDEBOARDS, HANDSOME OVAL FRONT CHINA PRESS, GLASS AND CHINA WARE. 8 FOOT OAK DINING TABLE, OAK RE? FRIGERATOR. LADIES' WRITING DESK.? OAK FRAME FOLDING SOFA, UPHOLSTERED in PLUSH; OAK AND WALNUT WARDROBES, ODD BU? REAUS, BEDSTEADS, FOLDING BED. PICTURES, CLOCKS. HALL AND STAIR CARPETS, SEWING MACHINES, COOK STOVES, NO. 7 "JEWEL" GAS RANGE, ETC.! ALSO, A LOT OF OTHER GOCvDS TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION. This is an excellent lot of goods, In good condition. Ladles especially invited. GEO. V. OLIVER, Auctioneer. By A. J. Chewnlng Company. and John T. Goddln & Company. COURT SALE OF Brlok Store and Dwelling, Nos. 27091-2 and 2711 E. Main St. In execution of a decree ot the Law and Equity Court of the city of Richmond, entered June 0, 1904, in the suit of James Allen Scott, ?X*c', vs. Florence G. Scott, &.C., we will, as Special Commissioners, thereby appointed, sell by auction, upon the premises, on TUESDAY, 28T1I JUNE. 1904, at 6 o'clook P. M.. the property numbered as above. This property is substantial and well arranged,' go the purchaser may expect good returns on his investment, TERMS?One-third cash, balunce at ? I and 12 months for notes, interest added, and title retained until all. the purchase ?money Is paid and a conveyance Is or? dered by the court; or all cash, at tho option of the purchaser. W. D. GAY, DAVID MEADE WHITE, Special Commissioner?. I hereby certify that the bond required In tho above stated cause of Juno 0, 1904, has been dulypgiven.^NsToNi ^ June 23-tds By Richmond Auction Co.. ?Phone 4716. 1203 E. Main Street. Graphophones, Show Case, Fine Furni? ture, ftc, at Auc? tion To-Day. We will sell TO-DAY (Tuesday), Juno 28tb, commencing at 10:30 o'clock, at our warerooms, 1205 E. Main, a nice line Household Furniture, etc., viz. : Several Chamber Suits, In Oak and Cherry; Iron Beds, Sideboards. China Closets, Exten? sion Tables, Couches, Parlor Suits. Parlor Tables, Hat Racks, Mirrors, Pictures', Rugs, Carpets, Matting, Oilcloth, 1 Show Case, 2 Graphophones, in perfect order, etc., etc. Salo positive. RICHMOND AUCTION CO. Geo. ?. Valentine, Auctioneer. REAL ESTATE?For Sale. Farms, Mills, &c, For Sale. GEO. E. CRAWFORD & CO,. Catalogues Froo. 603 ??. Main. Farms and Ashland Property for sal?;*' convenient to good markets, FRANK H. COX, Real Estate Agent, Ashland, Va. REAL ESTATE?For Rent. ?COR RENT OR SALE, "RESTABIT," THE HANDSOME R?SI dence erected by Mr. Barton, and lately occupied by Mr. A. H. Moyer, situated In Barton Heights, and having a most com? manding view. The dwelling is of fine size, well built, beautifully planned, and has about 12 rooms, It has the usual modern conveniences, and must bo either sold or rented at onco. See us about It, J. B. ELAM & CO? NO. 1113 Main Street. EXCURSIONS. A. P. V. A. EXCURSION TU Shirley and Brandon WEDNESDAY, JUNE 29, 1904. Steamer leaves Virginia Navigation Company's wharf at 8 A, M, TICKETS, ONE DOLLAR, For sale nt Brlggs's Drug Store, How? itzer Place; Rosemary Library, Virginia Historical Society and Tliaw & tirant, Eleventh and Main. Refreshments served on board. ST. ANDREWS SUNDAY SCHOOL PICNIC, BEACH PARK, WEST POINT, VA., WEDNESDAY. JUNE 29TH, Train loaves Southern Depot at 8;30 A. M.I returning, loaves West Point ut 7:80 P. M. Tickets: Adulls 60o.; Children 25c. AUCTION SALES, Future Days By T. At Wortliam & Co. and irtdVoIgh & G-IIrm, Real Estate Au?tlonee?*. Commissioner'? Auction Sale of a Beautiful Sub? urban Home Just Below the City of Richmond, On the Old Osborne Turnpike or River Road, Containing About 32 Acres, and Known as^ Marion Hill." In pursuance of a decree of the circuit Court of the county of Henrico, ontered on tho^lst day of June, 1901, In the suit styled "Sterling Glimer, Administrator, &o., ve. Indie T. Gllmor et ale.," I wilt soli at public, on tho premies, on THURSDAY. JUNE 30, 1004, _t ? o'clock P. M., the following property: All that traot of land, In the county of Henrico, known as "Marlon Hill," about ono mile below tho city of Richmond, containing about 312-3 acres, and bounded as follows! On the north by Almond's Creek and tho property of the Virginia Carolina Chemical Co., on the east by the property of John W. Clarke and Nell McCoul, and on tho south by the lands of Noll McCoul, and on tho west by the old Osborne Turnpike or Rlvpr Road, be? ing the same property whereof the late Dr. George K. Gllmor died seized and possessed. The improvements upon this property Consist tit a large two-story brick dwell? ing, also a two-story frame dwelling and a frame barn. There Is also an excellent spring of very good water. This ontlre farm or placo Is lp a high state of culti? vation, and owing to Its closeness to the city It Is an excellent location for a au burban homo. This property will be sold as a wholo or subdivided. TERMS?Cash sutBlolont to pay\ off a Hen now on said property of $2,800, with Interest from March 11, 1804, and the bal? ance In threo equal Instalments at S, 6 and 0 months, with Interest added; the purchaser or purchasers to give negotiable notes, and tho title retained until all of the purchase money Is paid; or all cash, at the option of the purchaser or pur? chasers, ? ROBERT H. TALLEY. Special Commissioner. McVeigh & Gllnn and ?. M. Wortham & Co., Auctioneers. I .certify that tho bond required of the Special Commissioner by the above de? cree has been duly given. E. R. PHTt-tilPS. Deputy Clerk. A plot of this property can be seen at the olllce of tho Auctioneers. June 25-tds By J. B. Elam As Co,, Real Estato Auctioneers. ATTRACTIVELY LOCATED AND VERY DESIRABLE RESIDENCE, 118 1-2 W. Clay Street, TO BE SOLD AT PUBLIC AUCTION. On WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20, 1904. at 0 o'clock P. M., we shall, at the request of tho owner?who Js compelled by HI health to decline housekeeping and move from the city?sell by public auction, on the premises, the desirably located two?slory brick dwelling house No. 118V4 Vf. CLAY STREET, on the north side of Clay be? tween Adorns Street' and Brook Avenue, containing 8 rooms, gas, water, bath and the usual conveniences; substantially and well built and In good repair; the lot fronting about 22 feet and running back within parallel lines about 1B0 feet with alley at the side, and line fruit trees in the back yard. The location and neigh? borhood are very convenient, pleasant and desirable. The property will at once command good rental, and we commend It to the consideration of Investors as well as homeseekers. TERMS?Liberal and to be announced at time of sale. J. B. ELAM & CO., Auctioneers. June 23-6t > By J. Thompson^ Brown St Co., 1113 Main Street. The Speculator's Harvest and Home Builder Opportunity? 20 West End Lots 20?Beverly and Chaff in Sts., Near Ran? dolph and Reservoir Sts., to the Highest Bidder, Thursday, June 30th, 5:30 P. M. Those are the last lota loft of a corpo? ration now hein? wound up, and must be sold. They aro nice, large lots, well located, near Randolph Street School; electric line, market and churches. A most desirable combination and ripe for building purposes. Probably the last chance to get these desirable' lots at half their actual value. Plats at auctioneers' office. TERMS: One-fourth cash, balance 6, 12, 18 months, six por cont. interest, so cured hy deed. BROWN & CO., Auctioneers. July 26-tds By A. J. Chownlng Company, Real Estate Auctioneers. AUCTION SALE OF No. 409 NORTH ELEVENTH STREET, ON WEDNESDAY, JUNE 39, 1904, at 6 o'clock P. M. This is most desirable prop? erty to own, being a LARGE BRICK DWELLING, in the central part of the city. Rented to a good tenant and is in perfect condition. You can? not find a better investment. ?. J. CHEWNING CO., Auctioneers. By Pollard ft BagUy, Beai Estate Auctioneers. Auction of Large, Detached Brick Dwelling Southeast Corner of Marshall and Twenty-Eighth Streets. Division of an Estate and Must (??. Large Lot. We w|U sell by auction, ot request Pf tho parties interested, for division, on tho premises, on WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20. 1W4. at ? o'clock P, M.the above mentioned property. The house has 8 or 10 roopie and Is substantial. Lot ?5x100 feet to alley. TERMS-Eaey. POLLARD <_ BAOUY, June 20-td* Auctioneers. AUCTION SALES, Future Days ??..??, ???.., , Win. Ti. rizzini Company, ? pul Enlate Auctioneer?, Tenth and flank Streets, C OMMISSIONERS' SALE O??1 VAT.? y UABLH BUSINESS AND RESI? DENTIAL PRorERTlKS AS EULLOWSl NO. 613 E. BROAD ST., SOUTH SIDE, BETWEEN 6TH AND 6TN STS., OCCUPIED BY MILLER I RHOADS; NO. 1210 E. MAIN ST., OCCUPIED BY JOS. MARSALA, AND NO. 20 E. MARSHALL ST., NORTH-WEST CORNER OF MAR? SHALL AND FIRST STS. Pursuant to the terms or a decree of thn Richmond Chancery Court, entered on the lilth day of June, 1901, ?? the suit of H.'nnah H, Bloomberg, Plaintiff, vs. Charit", St'.uuA, Admr., d, b. n. c. t. a. and oliiera, therein pending, the under? signed Special Commissioners will eell at public auction, on the premises, on WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20, 11)04, at 12 o'clock noon, No. 1210 E. Main Street, fronting on tho north line of Main Street 20 feet and 3 inches,, and running back between Irregular lines IOU feet and 2 Inches; the Improvements thereon con Histlng of a good and substantial thteo Btory brick stoie. occupied by Jos. Mar? sala; and on the same afternoon at 0 P. M., the detached three-story brick dwell? ing, No. 20 E. Marshall Street, ut tho northwest oprner of Marshall and First Street*, containing 11 rooms, .exclusivo of bath, together with the lot fronting 32 feet on Marshall Streot and running back between parallel Unos 122 feot, with a brick stable on tho roar of the lot. On THURSDAY, JUNB 30, 1004, at 6 P. M,, on the premises, that certain lot, piece or parcel of land known as N?. 613 13. Broad Street, between Fifth and Sixth Streets, fronting on said south side of Broad Street it; feet and 2 inches and running back 128 foot, and occupied by the firm of Miller ?St Rhoads as a dry goods store. To thoso desiring to buy good business real estate for a solid und substantial? in? vestment, the two storo properties men? tioned above need no recommendation at the hands of the auctioneers. The Main Street property, bel?g located within a Mode Of all of the financial Institutions of Richmond, will always command a ready tenant and a good rent, whilst the. Broad. Street property, located in the very" heart of the retail district, on the south side of Broad Streot, In the centre of the jnost desirable block in Richmond, should command the attendance at the aale of everybody having funds to Invest in real estate. The dwelling on tho corner of First and Marshall Streets Is a lirst-ciass home for any one wishing a centrally located houso, and will always prove a ftr*t class investment, as the property will never be without a tenant at a good and remunerative rent. Full details regarding the leases and all other particulars pertinent to the dif? ferent properties can bo had upon applica? tion at the oftlce of tho auctioneers, who will take pleasure In accompanying pro? spective purchasers to the respective prop? erties and show tho game at any time during business hours. TERMS?One-fourth of the purchase money to bo paid in cash, 'and the residue in three equal payments at 6, 12 and IS months, for which negotiable notes shall be tokeji, carrying interest from the day of salo, with leave to any purchaser, at Mb election/ to pay all of the purchase money, or a greater part of tho purchase money than one-fourth In cash; the title to be retained until all of the purchase money shall have been paid and a con? veyance ordered by the court; tho sale of the above properties to bo subject to the confirmation of the court. SOL L. BLOOMBERG. HENRY FLEGBNHEIMER, Special Commissioners. The bond required of ?he' Special Com? missioners by the above decreo has been duly given. ., Teste: CHAS. O. SAVTLLE, Clerk. Wm. B. Pizzini Company, Auctioneers, Tenth and Bank Streets. June 21-tds_ , . Wm. B. Pizzini Company, Real Estate Auctioneers, Tenth and Bank Streets. AUCTION SALE OF THE BRICK STORE AND DWELLING, No. 201 E. Canal St. At the request of the owner, a non? resident, we will offer for sale at public auctlun, on the premises, on FRIDAY. JULY 1ST, at C P. M., the three-story, corner Brti'k Store and Dwelling, No. 201 East Canal Street, occupied by a good yearly tenant of somo years' standing, and paying nice? ly ns an investment. TERMS: Liberai and announced at salo. Juno 26-Tues.,Thurs?SsFrl ST! AM BOATS. OLD DOMINION STEAMSHIP CO Night Line for Norfolk Leace '.Richmond, every evening (foot of Ash Street) 7/T. M. Steamers slop at Newport News In both dire?;?0"8?, 1,,aro *2M one way, ?1? round trip, include? stateroom berth; ?, Wo. Street Cars to Steamer's Wharf. FOR NEW YORK. By Chesapeake and Ohio ily., ? A. M-, 4 p. M. ; Hy Norfolk and Vf ??mm Uy? ? a. m., j ij. tt. ; also by Old Dominion nnriit Jino ?learner. All line? connect at Norfolk with direct steam? er? for New York, M?lins dally (except Sunday) IF, 11. K. F. CHALKLEY, Oily Ticket Aient, SOS East Main Streot. JOHN J.?'. MAYER. Asont. Wharf foot of Ash Htreet, Richmond, H. II. WALKER. V. P. & T. M? New York. MERCHANTS AND MINERS TRANSPORTATION COMPANY Steamship Line. Direct Route to Boston, Mass., & Providence, ,R. I, Steamers leave Norfolk for Bouton Tuesday, Wednesday. Friday and Sunday. For Provi? deuce Monday, Thursday an?! Saturday at I P. la. l'ussonKera and freight taken for all New England points. Tick? t.? on sale at C. ??? O. Ity. and N. & W. Ry. o/tices and No. m Bast Main Street. AH. WRIOHT. Agent. Norfolk. Va. ha? UMB t? aAL.TiMo-.iia VI? C. ? O. Kwy. und old. l'uni ?. a MAIL, ROUTA Leave iUoliniond via C. .?> O. dally except KStauy, at 4 P. U?, cunuectlng ut Ola Faint wit* ?leamurs of Old Bay Lin?, leav? L i?s Til? 1'? M., arriving; Bain mor? ?'M A, A. coneectinif North, Hast and West. For tickets and Information apply tq C. * O. Rwy.. Richmond Trans??.? Company, w go. ?? W't "a"? flg_______ CLYDE STEAMSHIP COMPANY'S P?ULAOBLFHXA, HICHMONO ANO NOHFOLK LINE. ._ Freight received -?a?! delivered daily at 0. * O. By. Co.'s tlv-it, ?ovutiteonth ?n.i Broad. Streets, H. K. WOODFLN, BottelMH. Af-at?. Va. Nav. Co.'? Wharf. Rcokttta BEACH PARK WEST POINT, VA. Special chartered trains leaving So? _Ry._?.Qepot, Kth st._ Twllloht Limited, DelTy Except Sunday. Lenvo Richmond 6;30 P. M. Re? turning leave Went Point 10 P. AI. SUNPAY TRAINS, Leave Richmond 0:30 A. M. and 4 I I?. M? Leave West Point 8 P. 3d. nnd 10 P. M. 50o. ROUND TRIP, 60o. RAILROADS. Chesapeake ??t_?^ & Ohio Ry? World's Fair Scenic Route. to St. Louie, Mo. n-iu-Oi LEAVE RICITMOND-BASTBOUND. 7:8S A. M.-Daily?Local to Newport News, Old Point and way station?. 9:00 A, ?.??ally Llmlted-Arrivee WlllUm*. bur? 0:66 ?. M., Newport ,s>w? 10:30 ?. M., Old Point 11:00 A. At., Norfolk llil? A. M., Portsmouth 11:46 A, M. 4:00 P. AL?Dally?Spedai-??Arrives Williams?, burs 4:60 P. it., Newport Ncwa 6:30 P. M., Old Point 6:<?? ?. M? Norfolk 6:25 P. At., Portsmouth ?:46 ?, M. 6100 P. M.?Daily-Local to Old Point and Kor folki on Sunday? icavo Richmond IF, V, MAIN LINE-WESTBOUND. 6:60 A M.?Local?Dally to Charlottesvllle; ex? cept Sunday to Clifton Forge. :00 P. M.-Dally?Soeclal-To Cincinnati, ? Louisville, t?t. Louie and Chicago. 6:16 P. M.?-Week days?Local to Orange. 10U6 P. M.?Dally?Llmltod-To ClnolnnStl, Louisville, Bt. Louie and Chicago, .JAMES RIVER LINE. 10-20 A. AL?Dally?Express?To Lynchburg, Lexington, Va., New Castle, Clifton Forgo and principal stations? except Suo? day to Rosney and Alberane. 6:16 P. ??.?Week days?Local?To Eamont TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND FROM Norfolk and Old Point 8:46 A. M. dally, 11:45 A. M. dally, 7:00 P. M. and 10:25 P. At* dally. From Cincinnati and West 7:30 A. M. dally and 3:30 P. M. dally. Alain Line Local 8:1? I?, it., except Sunday, from Clifton Forge and dally from Charlottesvllle. Orange Accom. 8:30 A. AI. Ex. sun. James River Line Local from Clifton Forge 6:35 P. AL dally, Eamont Accon>. 8:40 ?; AC Ex. Hun. H. W. FULLER, W. O. WARTHKW? Oen'l. Pass. Agt. Dlst. Pass. Agt. ? C. E. DOYLE. Oen'l. Manager. ? ? "? RC W ? Richmond-Fredericks I I . 0?G? burg <_ Potomau H. rt. Trains Leave Blehmona?Northward. 4:16 A. At., daiiy. By?-a bt. .lu-uga. 6:46 a. m!, daily.'Alain dt. Toruugh. 7116 A. M., woe- days, Elba. A.s_i-_a ti-i coinmodatliio. ? , _. ,_.' . . ??. 8:40 A. Al,, dally. Byrd Bt. Through. Loca? . stops. 13:03 noon, week day?. IJyrd Bt. Through., 4:00 P. a?., week day?. Byrd St. Frederick* burg accommodation. _^ 6:06 P. M., dally. Main Ut. Through. 6:10 P. M., week days. Elba. Asuland ao comnnidatlon. , : _, 8:06 P. ??., dally. Byrd St. Through. Train? Arrive Richmond?Southward. 6:40 ?. ??., week duys. Elba. Aahlo-U M? commodaUon. _ . _ __ . _,_ 8:20 A. M.. week day?. Byrd Bt? Fl-dertcluh burg accommodation. _, l;tt A. M., dally. Byrd St. Through. 11,:60A. AL. week day?. Byrd _i. Through. Local ?top?. 3:04 P. M., dally. Main St. Through. 1:00 1'. M., week days. Elba. Anil land aaaom. modatlon. ?. ._ 7:16 P. M.. dally. Byrd BU Through, 1:60 P. AL. dally, -yra St. Througn. Locai "lo:? P. M., dally. Main ?t. Through. * NOTE?Pullman Sleeping or Parlor Cata o? all trains except train arriving Richmond 11 :ol ? AL week day?, and local accommodation?. Time ot arrival? and departure? and eo-neo ?M-T^tf. GULP. W.P. TAYLOR. Oen*l Alan'r.. Ass't. Gcn'l Man'r., Traf, -loa. SCHEDULE IN EFFECT _La.Y ??'G?, UW4. TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND, 7:00 A. M.?Dally. Local for Charlotte, N. C. ? 12:30 P. AL?Daily. Limited. Buffet Pullman, to Atlanta and Birmingham, New Orleans MempliLa, Cbattonooga and all the South, 6:00 P. M.?Ex. Sunday. Keysvtlle Local. 11:00 P. M.?Dally. Limited. Pullman ready, 9:30 P. M. for all tbe South. YORK RIVER LINE. The favorite route to Baltimore and Eastern points. Leave Richmond 4:20 P. M.?Dolly, except Sunday, 2:16 P. M.?Local. Dally, except Sunday. ?? 4:20 P. M.~Except Sunday. For West PolnL connecting with steamers for Baltimore ana river landings. Steamers sailing from "Wcs: Point Monday, Wednesday and Friday call at Yorktown and Clay Bank; Tuesday, Thuraday and Saturday, AllmumU and Gloucester Point. 4:46 A. M.?Except Sunday. , Local mixed tot ' West Point. TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND. 6:68 A. AL and 6:43 P. M.?From all the South, 8:35 P- M.-From Charlotte and Durham. 8:40 A M.?From Chase City. 9:25 ?. M.?Baltimore and West Point. 10:45 A. AL, 6:10 P. M.?From Weat Point C. W. WESTBl/RY, D. P. ?.. Richmond, Va.' S. H. HARDWIOK, W. H. TAYLO??, P. T. M., ?. P. ?., C. H. ACKERT, Oen'l. Mgr., Washington, i). C. N^WNmfolk&Westem LEAVE RICHMOND DA1L-. 9 00 A. M.?NORFOLK LIMITED. Arrive? Norfolk 11:20 A M. Slop? only at Petersburg. ????06? B__-S..OI,?_OU_. EXPRESS. Buffe* Parlor Car. Petersburg to Lynchburg and Roan? oke. Pullman Sleepers Boanoku to St. Loui?. Bluefleld to Cincinnati; aI?o Roanoke to K_ox. ville, and KnuxvlUe to Chattanooga and Mem? P 12*'l0 P. AL-ROANOKB EXPRESS for Farm? um? Lvnchburg and Roanoke. S-?? ? M-OCEAN SHORE LIMITED. Ar rl?ea Norfolk 6:20 P. M. Stops only at Peter? taurK Waverly and Suffolk. Connects with ?learner?? toG Boston. Providence. New York; M_ft3?o and Waahtngton. Through.coach to T? MC-F?r Norfolk and all station, out 0?9?? P?AL-?EW ORLEANS SHORT LINE. ?,,????? Sleeper-. Richmond to Lynchburg and Finn X?' Petersburg to Bristol, Lynchburg to Ch?uanoogo, Memphis and New Orleans. Zata D?"ip"I'M.-WORLD'9rAlR SPBCIAU Through * Pullman Bleoper Petersburg to St. L.i!^in.Carrve1f?C?,e We.t 7:86 A. M.. 1*0? p. AL and 3V05 P.M.; from Norfolk 71:40 A. U. **nm?? No" m ?_-t Main Straet. ?w U BEVILL? C. H. BOSLBY, W,Qi?'t. PasiAKt- DUt. Pa... Agt. .?^TtU?tic coast line. ? trains leav;eiRxchmpandod:uly-.bybC, effective sunday, may 23t?. 9:06 A. M.?A. C. L. Expresa to all point? n -nn?x.UtA?.?Petersburg and Norfolk. A"l, m.-Petersburg and N. and W. Vfaat. ?'?,a? ' M.-Pewraburg and Norfolk. -???? P. M.-Goldsboro Local. ??*_. p AL?Petersburg Local. S:S ?,* ?.-''Florida and West Indian Lim? ited" to all i?olnu South. ??90 p M.-1'oior?burg and ?. and XV. Vfaat. ?? .?? p M.?Peier.burg Loca). U TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND. .??t am; 7:35 A. M.; ?8:26 A. AL; "I?s4? A<-M ? ?1:40 A. AL; 1:00 ?*. AL; 3:05 P. At.; 6;6? P M; ":46 R M.S ?:?* ?; M. ? iS'i'Htit Sunday. ??Sunday only. *Bxcep C ? c-AMPBELL. Dlv. Pasa, Agr, Wt j. CRA?O. Uen. Pans, Agt._ ??j^?rcTa?r line railway. -1T.AINS LEAVE IUCHMOND-DAILY. ,.??P M-Seaboard Mon-l<J:?t? P. M.-S-a. b?;r4 ?.piess-To riavannali. Jacksonvtll?, ??? **?}& ?naMb-i'u?u-Kor Norllna and Hamlet. ^riiAlNu ARRIVE RICHMOND-DAILY. 1??? A ?-??? 34--,rooi Florid?, Atlanta and '"?:? ?.1'-?-*?*?? ?6~-'roin Florid?. Atlanta and, ?Aft11 ''?G-36-From Norllna and local poin.a, '?S.1-. ^^.^,^????. C. T. A. 630 East Main Street. 'Phone 406. RICHMOND AND PETERSBURG ELECTRIC RAILVvm. rar. leave corner at Perry and Seventh St*f Manchester, every hour (on tnu hour) from ? <??_?? leave Petereburg, foot u/ ?-ycatnor? BUeet. ?very hour troia 6:3u ?. M. to litM ?????. car connecting with Norfo!)- and W?mt. tm ?-?way. ILO? P. M ?TtAM?OAra. .??^^**m'**"?*^<+*^?^^ '?" rn ?-?- ' ?-?? -r r ? ? riiMiliilDijtg VIRGINIA NAVIGATION CO., JAM-S RIVER VAX LINE. trice?. Eleetnu cursv|dlrect to wharf. V\\t. only *1W aad ft i.^orlolt Uusiu by ?imA ?rchc .l'lui. VrrlKiit received for above-liimed nlu.ee? _a<| all UofnU In Kuiiern Virginia and Noittl Cairo* *"_T "?VIN V\ EiS-lOER, QeU'l, Uf. U. A. .