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Richmond Merchants Will Offer Many Bargains in Thursday's Times-Dispatch
IflDr. Weston Brurfcr Receives a
Flattering Call From Fifth
I, . . Baptist.Church.
ORCNS VERY BROAD FIELD
??Not Unlikely That Dr. Bruner
Will 'Go?Mind Not'"
rtev. Weston Bruner, punter ot Calvary
?Baptist Church, received ye.?l?..r<iiiy morn?
ing an official call to Fifth Baptist
?Church, In Washington, D. C.
Thn linn. J. J. Darlington, of Wash?
lape ton, was tn the city this morning, and
jn nn interview with Itev. W eston Bru
nor, Intimated that his services wero de
>lred In Washington at the chuten ?dated,
?nd that an nfOda] notification would fol?
low later, nn proved to he tho case.
In an Interview, Dr. Bruner ?lulil't care
to state whether or not ho would accept
ihe cnllj but did declare tuat ?t would
refluire ft very Important call to Induce
):im to resign his present po.-.t.
The F/fth Baptist Church, of Wash?
ington, Is-a beautiful new structure, built
DR. WESTON BRUNER,
-?Who Ha? Received a Flatte^-lno Call to
ut the expenditure of ?75,000.
. Organized by Dr. C. C. Mca-Jor, w.io
has been ite only pastor and i* his only
church, It Is one Of the most prominent
and influential churches o? the Baptlet
denomination in Washington.
The congregation consists ot a?out 7?
members, who are among the most prom?
inent people of the capital.
. Dr. Meador, wlio Is now yeventy-cight
years of age. has recently resigned. And
1 as beon elected pastor emeritus at a
salary of ?1.300.
Calvary Church hero has about "no
members, having increasid about WO
since Dr. Bruner took charge, fifteen
The call to Washington is a flattering
?me, ajid apparently offe n a bioader
lield of work than that of Calvary
INTERESTING CAS?, THIS.
Old Negro Under Arrest, He
Says, for Stealing Own Furniture
The *earlng in the case of William Vf;
. Young, an old darky, In the Police Court
this morning, will probably provo In?
Young was arrested last night nbout 11
o'clock on a warrant sworn out by an?
other negro, named George Benson. The
warrant charges Young with taking JICO
wortli of furniture belonging to Benson.
The Interesting feature of the caso lies
in n suit between the game parties now
pending in tpo Chancery Court.
Young Is a frugal old man. He has al?
ways been thought much of hy his em?
ployers, and has saved something for
. a iainy day. Some time ago Benson went
? to live ?it Young's house, und ho alleges
that Young's wife deeded all her prop
i orty to him, on condition that lie look
, after her Interests and care for her all
? her remaining days.
The property consisted of two houses
? and other assets, amounting to about
! ?2,00ffln all.
Young objected to - tho arrangement.
t He consulted counsel and a suit was In
, ?titiitod to onjolu In the Chancery Court.
.J Youpg's wife, he said last night, dls
l claimed any knowledge nf having deeded
,. I the property to Benson.
Yesterday Youog and his wife moved
I from their home, leaving Benson, and
(.then the latter swore out the warrant
? that landed Young in a coll at tho Second
_ Station last night.
Major, Howard Preparing to
?. Change His Headquarters.
On-Friday morning soveral important
changes will take effect in the police de?
partment. , . , ?-,._,
Major Howard will retire .is chief, ond
will take up hie new position as superln
? tendant of the patrol station, with head?
quarters at Sixth and Marshall Streets.
Captnin H?lse will transfer his effects
i'mm tin? Second Station to tlie chief's
olllce, where he will take up the duties
thnt fall to the chief.
Sergennt. Epps\will bang up his hat In
the captain's oftlce of the Second Station,
nnd thirty officers will start out on
another three years' term.
Tho Police Board will meet in regular
sepslon on the ?Uh. So far as is known,
nothing of unusual interest will come
up at this meeting, except, perhaps,
further discussion of proposed improve?
ments in the patrol system.
MRS. GILL'S BOYS.
Lads Win Distinctions, Prizes
and Medais?Vacation Now.
Mrs. dill's boye at the Male Orphan Asylum,
after a most successful sesi?n, are now
Try the perfect
Grape -N tits
and you'll luiow, like
millions of others ?
There's a reason
Get the little book, "The H?
Wfillvlllo," in euch pkg.
i ^ LONG POINT
Ask Your Dealer
I MI'j.H H ?TPAUB' G???? WS
flRiirntlvely turned loose to grazi. These re?
ceiving distinctions, prltteo nnd medal? were-,
FlrHt Claim: Flrnt Hohor-Cllfton Melton;
Improvement^ writing, Clarence West,
Second Clajtn: First Honor?Qeorge New.
Third 'Clami! First Honor?Clyde Ododman:
Improvement In writing?, Kmmett Ulne.
Fourth CJaiie: Kl**?t Honor?J. Wilton Fleher:
second honor, Herman Mullen, Walter Cop?
n*>ll? Improvement In.writing, Loula Mullorul
Claa? Studying United, filate? History, Spell?
ing. Geography and Arithmetic: First Honor
Charlie Flsheri, second honor, John Crlcken
boreer, Waller Davis, Clarence Thacker, Ijon?
CIasr Studying Englliih, History, Grammar.
Bpelllng, Arithmetic, and Geography:. First
Honor--?Valter Larkln, Enrle Fitch; second
honor,' Lee ? Brooks; honorable mention, Jo?
Medals to he awarded the following:
Scholarship?Walter H. Jjarkln.
The Loii-Mor. the gift of Mr. H. S. Hutzler,
was awarded to Joseph Bauer.
Improvement In General Conduct, Clyde Bar
MAY BE HUNG JURY.
Failure So Far to Agree in Case
of M. J. Reilley.
The o3se of the Commonwealth against
M. J. Rollio*,-, who is charged with em
bezzlement, consumed another day In the
?Hustings Court and the Jury at 6:30. were
discharged until 10 o'clock this morning,
having failed to agree upon a verdict.
Kellley was clerk for tho Richmond
Transfer Company until some months ago
and was stationed at one of. the hotels.
He is alleged to have embezzled between
tl'.ft and XTffi belonging to the company.
Reilley was defended by Mr. H: M. Smith
and the prosecution was conducted by
Judge D. C. Richardson. The case went
to the Jury a, little before 6 o'clock.
HELP CAPTAIN LAMB.
Republican Split . Here Makes
His Victory an Easy One.
Indication? are that Congre-uim?n John
J-amb will have an easy victory over -hlB
I:?-l-iil,il. an opponent, whoever he may 1*0
this fall, owing to "th* widening ot the old
breach In the latter party.
Thfrd District Republicans do not expect to
elect a Congressmen, and the two factions
are engaged In a rperry war ovor the control
of the organization.. The Allan-Wllllanja peo?
ple have called a convention for July isth to
nominate a candidate tor Congres**, and the
faction known aa the "Ins" will decline to
participate until they have looked Into the
methods by which tho call for the convention
AFTER RUNAWAY BOY.
Norfolk.Father Asks Major How??
ard to Help Him.
Major Howard has received a letter
from Chief Johnson, of the Newport News
police force, asking him to look out for
a fifteen-year-?ld runaway boy. named
Boh Fisher, son of J. R. Fisher, of No.?
105 Mariner Street. Norfolk.
The boy wore short pants, has dark
hair arid eyes. When last heard from
ho was at Williamsburg, evidently mak?
ing this way.
MAJOR ALLEN TAKES
A HOPELESS VIEW
"As" a rule the efforts of the member
of the City Council who undertakes to
legislate for the _eneral public are futile.
At least this has been my experience-af?
ter many years of service In the body."
The above .language was the text of
Major Otway S. Allen, chairman ot the
Street Committee, last night. In speaking
in favor of a. resolution to have the
Itlchmond. Frederlcksburg and Potomac
Railroad remove their spur tracks and
sidings between Beividero and Harrison
Streets on Broad.
A subcommittee had reported that they
had found It Inexpedient to recommend,
such a resolution at this time, but after
Major Allen liad spoken at some length
tlie report of the subcommittee was re?
jected and a resolution directing the re?
moval reported t/a the Council.
The committee passed a resolution di?
recting the City Attorney to resist the
Injunction of tho Western Union in re?
gard .to putting ltR wires under ground,
an^ to enforce the underground ordi?
nance as to all companlos.
SPEAKER RYAN OUT.
He Will Not Stand for Re-Elec?
tion to the House.
An Interesting piece of political Information
dropped out during the lucent Slate convontlon
here to the effect that Speaker John F. Ryan.
of IjOudoun, will not stand for the House ot
Delegate? from IjOudoun next fall. Tho Htnte
ment that Mr. -Ryan would retiro at tho cu?
oi lile preeeiit term iva? mado by Senator
Machem, of Alexandria, In nominating him for
delegate at large to Ht. Louis, and It la
therefore regarded aa authoritative.
Johnson Wants Pardon.
Colonel George C. Cabed, Jr., of Norfolk,
called upon Governor Montague yesterday and
presented a strong petition from citizens of
Portsmouth; nuking that C. C. JohnBon, who
hae been twice convicted of forging his wife's
will and sentenced to two years In the peni?
tentiary, bo granted ? psrodn.
The Governor took tho papera under advise?
ment, and will act later on,
WANT EMPLOYES TO
STAY IN COMMAND
Local Politicians Are Working
... to Defeat Masurier Ordi?
The local politicians are said to bo
rpiletly, but systematically at work to
riefeot the ordinance offeied by Captain
Robert L.? Maaurler, to prevent city em?
ployes from acting as election ofllcers,
and holding seats on.party committees,
and from what can bo learned they arc
making some headway.
One of them wore quoted last night as
having said he hud eight members of the
Board of Aldefmen pledged against It,
and that It would neve?? be Vvritteri In
the statutes of tJi<- city.
One member of the Board, who had
previously declared himself- In favor of
Ilio ord/ance, pays ono of the city em?
ployes hus hoen urging him- ro vote
ngalnst It, und that he is now undecided.
Captali? Mnsurler wild |;ist night that
he hud been urged by some to modify his
ordinance so us to exempt members of
tho city committee; and by others to leave
out the municipal boards, but no hus de?
clared to all. that he wllj fight for |t .is
Weekly Crop Bulletin Shows
Conditions for Crops to
THE HARVESTING IS NOW ON
Winter Wheat Crop Ripe and
the Quality of Grain Good.
The following roport on the climate and
crop condition In Virginia for the weok
ending June 27th, 'liXU, has beon issued
by the Weather Bureau of tho United
States Department of Agriculture:
On the whole, the weather of the week
was favorable for tho growth of crops
and for work In tho field. Tho nights
wero somewhat cool early in the week,
but subsequent warm days and nights
brought vegetation forward rapidly. In
seme localities moro rain occurred than
was needed for crops, and there wore sev?
eral instances Of washing rains that
caused injury. Excellent conditions for
working out tho various crops, cutting
and shocking grain and haying prevailed,
an?! a great deal was accomplished along
these lines by farmers In nil "Sections.
In some of the peanut-growing sections,
however, frequent rains interrupted work,
and the fields of this crop are grassy and
In poor condition. Considerable haying
was done during the week. Pastures are
furnishing abundant grazing for cattle.
Winter wheat harvest Is quite general
and ?a crop of very good quality is being
secured. The quantity, however. Is re?
ported below a.verage by correspondente,
and tho straw seems to be short gen?
erally. In, the Valley section the late
fields are ripening evenly, but there is some
damage from Hessian fly locally.
? Winter Oats.?Harvest of this crop in
mor? advanced Holds has begun. Yield
an?l quality are satisfactory. _
Spring oats are ripening, and locally In
the Tifiewater and Middle counti^; har?
vest has begun. The Improvement in this
crop previously notpd has continued and
fair yields are Indicated. Tho yield of
straw will be short.
Corn made very good progress, es?
pecially during the latter part of tho
week. As a rule, it is well cultivated and
somo fields In tho Tidewater section are
about ready to lay by. Garden corn Is
beginning to tassel. Little injury has
occurred so far from insect pests.
Tobacco is growing nicely. For the
most part, the plants are vigorous and
of good color, while good stands are the
rule. Locally some transplanting yet re?
mains to bo done.
Potatoes (Irish),?Digging of this crop
is proceeding with generally satisfactory
yields, but locally there is a deficiency of
tubers for the amount of vine growth.
Sweet potatoes are doing well.
Fruit is generally reported to be scarce
The dropping ot apples continues, and
the crop, already shortened by late spring
frosts, will be further reduced from this
cause. Berries aro plentiful.
Booker. Sussex?Weather favorable to all
crops; -etili complaint of bad sta*nds of pea?
nuts: no fruit of any consequence.
Bowers Hill. Norfolk?Warm, with abundant
rain?; -favorable for com; potato digging in
Hampton, Elizabeth City?A .very good week
for growth; harvesting berles a feature;
also corn and pea piantine.
Jeffs, york?Corn doing fairly well; wheat
ripening some end grain good;., meadows and
pastures fine; apples scarce; cool first rart
of week and warm at the last.
Spottsvlllo, Surry?Warm days, but cool
nights: all crops doing fairly well; peanuts
srnall and a poor stand; many crops In grass;
corn about ready to lay by; oats small.
Zunl. Isle of Wight?Ideal week for. work
and growth; all crops continue to Improve:
Irlah potato*? coming In and the crop up to
Adrlance. Cumberland?Weather conditions
favorable for cultivation and for harvesting
Angola, Cumberland?Cold and dry; all crops
backward, but in g?iod condition.
Barrows Mill, Henry?Heavy rain and hall
ISth, but not much damage; corn Is small
for the season: harvesting wheat; tobacco
growing finely, but planting not all done.
Crewe, Nottoway?Wheat harvest about over,
quality seems very good, but crop small, ns
It is very thfn and short; tobacco planting
almost finished; oat crop will be shorter than
expected; but llttlo rain since 1st of month.
Farmvllle, Cumberland?Oat harvest begun:
winter oats thin, spring oats better;" rain
needed to finish tobacco planting.
Flint Hill, Happahonnock?Repeated local
showers made land too wet to plow corn In
some sections; wheat ripening; all Brasses
growing well; meadows greatly Improved; oats
hid fair for a good crop.
Herndon. Fairfax?Wheat harvest com?
menced, will he. about a three-quarter_erop;
corn doing well; grass good; eprlng oats" fine;
apples falling some; good crop of peaches:
nothing to complain or.
Loneoak. Henry?Worst storm on record on
night of 18th, wind-rain and hall; ali, crops
badly damaged nnd land washed away; hall
and wind over a small section; wheat that
tho storm left all cut.
Mlddeiburg, Loudoun?Wheat harvest will bo
general by 27th; grain of good quality, but
yield small; apples a small crop and still
News Ferry, 'Halifax?Wheat harvest about
over; conditions favorable for all crops;
Bodes, Bedford?Wheat harvest about over
and a good crop; garden? backward and poor:
oats crop, and pastures good and cattlo doing
well: too cool for c'orn growth.
Kklpwlth, Mecklenburg?Cool nights early
part of week: poor? growing weather; heavy
rain and wind storm Tuesday afternoon, with
somo hall, and damage lo crops in som? locali?
ties; warmer last of week and some Improve?
ment In crop?.
The Great Valley.
Bluestpne, Tazewell?With abundant rains,
all crops are growing rapidly.
Corinth, Wythe?Wheat filling well and soma
beginning to ripen' farmers well along vylth
work, hut rain needed. ?
Marlon, Smyth?Loral showers and warmer
this week; a few complaints of fly dama'ge
to wheat; crops doing well: gardens Improved;
pastures, nn Important crop In some nelgh
borluiods, have net had rain enough to Insure
a. full crop: fruit crop below average.
New Hiver, Pulaskl?Wheat about ripe, some
og goofl quality, other? fair and uomo In?
jured by fly; corn growing nleely; conditions
improved by sunshine.
Oshorns Gap, Dlckenson?Violent rains did
much damage to growing crops by washing,
work behind on arcmint of wet weather;
garden truck and pastures doing well.
Saumsvllle. Shenandoah?Harvesting will be?
gin about 27tli, with about two-third crop of
wheat In prospect: corn and oals doing very
well: hail storm did some damnge locally on
tbe 10th, a
Spring Creek, RocKlngham?f?lover being
hurvosted; grass doing well; wheat . harvest
next week; weather fino and vegetation do?
Staunton. Augusta?Corn doing well and sen
son good: wheat ripening nicely; apples con?
tlnue to fall: plenty of ?mall fruite; hall on
19th. but very little damage.
Woodstock. Sheiyindoah?Wheat being har?
vested, some of fino quality nnd yield, other?
not so gooil; corn considerably damaged by
hair on liltb, bul la recoverin?,'; season becom?
ing a llttlo dry, but no damage yet.
MARRIED BY 'PHONE.
Contracting Parties Held Re?
ceivers and Pledged Vows.
'H.KNS FALLS. N. Y., June SS.-By long
illstanre telephone a wedding ceremony was
performed In this county yesterday. Ottlnier
Hammerlee. a young lawyer, und Misa Molile
Zlniei-inaii. bolli of Sprlngvlllo, Urie 'county,
accompanied by a friend as a witness, went to
th? Hotel Iroquols, at Buffalo, at ? o'clock
yesterday evening, and tho Itev, O. L. War?
ren, pastor of tlio Warronburg. Baptist Church
in this county, with Mr?. Warren tor tim
second witness, went to tho village central
Entlli of tho parties were supplied with a
receiver. The clergyman readily recngnlrtod the
voices of the bride und bridegroom, and lia
performed tito morrla???? ceremony, which re?
quired only eight minutes. Then, with con
j-rfitulatlonn .all around, tho eonnectlon was
broken. Mr. Warren had been the pa?tor of
tho bride for flvo years nnd the wanted
him to ofllclata nt her numlngn. fine of tlm
receivers used In Buffalo will he sent lo Mr.
and Mr?. Warren ns u souvenir, and ono of
thoso from Warronbtirg will bo given to Mr,
and Mrs. ?lainmerlco.
Condition of Crops.
(By Associated l'iene.)
WAflHlMfrr?N, June 2H.-The Weather Bu?
reau'? weekly summary ot crop conditions
in most of tha district? east nf thn Missis?
sippi River cotton ha? not made rapid growth,
and Is generally small, though healthy ami
well cultivated. Oood growth, however, In re
Ported from Mlssleslppl nnd portion? of Ala?
bama, and while lice are Increasing In the
last named filate, they are les/ numerous lit
Mlrtslsslppl and South f'arollna. West of the
Mlhilsslppl River the advance of th? crop has
been more rapid, good growth being general?
ly reported, and whllo some fields nre foul In
portion? of Texas, Arkansas nnd Loiilslanii,
the crop Is generally well cultivated. In'
Texan, boll'weevils nre more numerous In tho?i
southwestern, central nnd eastent and const
sections. Transplanting tobacio la 'nearly
finished, and ton crop Is making a go->d
?tart In nearly alt section?.
(Special to The Tlmee-Dlnpatr-h.)
WASHINGTON, D. C, Juno. 28?Tho
following patents were Issued to-day:
Charles A. Behlen, Oxford. N. C. vehicle
spring; ?svmuel Bell, Leeshurg. Vn.. steam
trap; Oliver B. Burroughs, Norfolk, Vn.,
trap; Frederick Ebel and G. E. Martin,
Norfolk, Vn.., adjustable bracket for mir?
rors, etc.; William O. Harlnw nnd 1?. D.
Glllett. Roanoke, Va-, ?device for holding
fractured coupling pins In couplings;
William Vf. Kerns and J. W. AcWey,
Bloxom, Va., paper hanger or bill poster,
Richmonders in New York.
(Special to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.)
NEW YORK. June 25.-Grand, A. M.
Travers; Waldorf, O. W. Miller; A?tor, E. H.
Chalkley; Imperial, J. F. B. Jaynn?; Herald
Square, G. XX'. Hutchlnson; Marlbojough, S.
Stelner; Gllsey, W. Brunt. ?
AUCTION SALES, Future Days
By T. M. Wortham & Co.
McVeigh & Gllnn.
.Real Estate Auctioneers.
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, entered
on the 21st day of June, 1904, In the suit
styled "Sterling Gilmer, Administrator.
&c, vs. Indie T. Gilmer et als.," I will l
sell at public, on the premises, on
THURSDAY". JUNE 30. 1WM,
at 6 o'clock P. M.. the following property:
AU that tract of land. In the county of
Henrico, known as "Marion Hill," about
one mile below the city of Richmond,
containing about 31 2-3 acres, and bounded
as follows: On the north by Almond's
Creek and the property of the Virginia
Carolina Chemical Co., on the east by the
property of John W. Clarke and Neil
McCoul, and on the south by tho lands
of Nell McCoul, and on the west by tho
old Osborne Turnpike.or River Road, be?
ting tho same property whereof, the late
Dr. George K. Gilmer died seized and
Tho Improvements upon this property
consist of 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 entire
farm or place Is In a high state of culti?
vation, and owing to Its closeness to the
city It Is an excellent location for a su?
burban home. This property will be sold
as a whole or subdivided.
TERMS?Cash suflHclent to pay off a
lien now on said property of $2,800, with
interest from March 11, 11)01, and the bal?
acee in three equal Instalments aj. 3, 6
and 0 months, with Interest added; the
purchaser or purchasers to give negotiable
notes, and the title retained until all of
the purchase money is paid; or all cash-,
at the option of the purchaser or pur?
ROBERT H. TjVIjLEY.
McVeigh & Gllnn and ?. M. Wortham &
I .certify that the bond required of the
Special Commissioner by the above de?
cree has been duly given. ,
E. R. PHILLIPS,
A plot of this property can bo seen at
the office of tho Auctioneers.
NOTICE TO TAX-PAYERS,
.Office of Collector of City Taxes.
City Hall, Richmond, Va.
Tins OFFICE WILL BE READY TO
RECEIVE ALL OR ONE-HALF OF
CITY TAXES, REAL ESTATE AND
PERSONAL, FOR THE YEAR 11)01 ON
The whole lax Is due, but the ordi?
nance provides that one-half may be
paid In June, and the remaining half
in December, Failure to pay till or one
half In June Incurs a penalty of 5 per
cent, on the whole amount, which Is due
at once, and If not paid beforo SEP?
TEMBER 1 the Collector Is required to
, levy, with costs added. (Sen Chapter
'XIV., Sec. 7.)
ALL MALES 21 years of age. ALL
PERSONS (MALE OR FEMALE) who
own personal property, or hold personal
property as liducJary, and all partie?
conducting business In tho city df Rich?
mond (of whatever nature) aro asBosuod,
and will please call and settle, so as to
Grading, Paving, Pipe and Sewer Con
necllon Bills are payable In the same
manner nii Taxes, and nt tho same time.
Givo name in which property stands,
and see that you get all your bills.
This being the only notice, provided
for by law, pleaso givo it prompt atten?
tion, as under tho now ordinance 5 por
cent, penalty will have to bo added to
tho whole bill aftor Juno 30.
Olllce open from 8:30 A. M. to 6 P, M.
F. XV. CUNNINGHAM,
Collector of City Taxes.
Richmond, Va., June 5, 1001.
THE TRANSFER BOOKS OK THE
BONDED DlilBT OF THE CITY OF
RICHMOND WILL BE CLOSED ON
AND AFTER THE 1-TH INSTANT
AND REOPEN THE 1ST DAY OF JULY,
1901. EDW. J. WARREN,
June 7-till Julyl " Auditor.
I am now ready t? receive the City,
School and Sewer Taxes for the pear 1904,
One-half of the same Is payable on or be?
foro July 1, 19?), or the other half on or
before December l. 1904. or tho wholo can
he puld July 1st, If preferred; a per cent,
will be added to each hulf If unpaid ??
their respective due dates.
j. XV. BRONAUGH, Jr..
Treasurer City of Manchester.
City Auditor's Office,
Richmond, Va., June L'7, 11)04.
HOLDERS OF CITY OF RICHMOND
BONDS, inutui'li.g JULY 1, IODI, are
hereby notilled to present them ?t this
oillco for redemption, as they will cease
to bear Interest from that date: ?*<
EDH'. J. WAHREN. ?
Seot'y. Board 8k_. Fund. Conini _f
AUCTION SALES?This Day.
Wm. ?. ??'.',?,?? Company,
Unni l?state Auctioneers,
Tenth nnd Bunk Streets.
C OMMfBSlONUl.rV SALB OF VAL?
w ????3 BUSINESS- AND tlE?SI?
DENTIAL ????????????? FOLLOWS:
NO. 613 E, BROAD ST., SOUTH
SIDE, BETWEEN 6TH AND 6TH
STS., OCCUPIED BY MILLER &
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 tho terms ?if a decree nf tbo
Richmond, Chancery Court, entered on
tho JUth day of June. limi. In tbo suit
of Hannah If. Bloomborff, -I'liilntlff', vs.
Charles Straus, Adinr., ri. b. n. c, t. n.
and others, therein pr-mllim, tbo under?
signed Special Commissioners will sell at
public auction, on ilio premises, on
WKDNESOAY. ,?'.???:, 20, 11)01,
nt 12 o'clock no?n. No. 121(1 E. Main
Street, frontltiK on the north lino ?if Mnin
Street 20 feet find 3 Inches, and p??????
buck between irregular linos HO feel and
2 inches; tho improvements thereon con?
sisting of a good and suhstnnti.il thrco
story brick stote, occupied by Jos. Mar
sals; and on the suine afternoon nt ? P.
M.j the detached three-story brick dwell?
ing?, No. 20 13. Marshall Street, at ihe
northwest corner of Marshall and First
Stree,U, containing 11 rooms, exclusivo
of bath, together with the lot fronting- .'2
feet on Marshall Street and running back
between parallel lines 122 feet, with a
brick stable on tho rear of tho lot.
On THURSDAY, JUNB 30, 1901. at C P.
M., on the premises, that certain lot,
pleco or parcel of land known as No. ?)3
?. Broad Street, between Fifth and Sixth
Streets, fronting on said south side of
Brond Street HI feet and 2 Inches and
running back 139 .feet, and occupied by tbe
flrm of Miller & Rhoadu. as a dry goods
To those desiring to buy good business
real estate for a solid and substantial in?
vestment, the two store properties men?
tioned above need no recommendation nt
the hands of the auctioneers. Tho Main
Street property, being located within a
block of all of tho financial institutions
.of Richmond, will always command a
ready tenant and a good rent, whilst tho
Broad Street proporty. located In tho
very heart of tho retail district, on tho
south side of Broad Street, in the centre
of tho ?most desirable block In Richmond,
should command tho attendance at the
sale of everybody having funds to' Inve?L
In real estate.
The dwelling on tho corner of First and
Marshall Streets 1s a first-class home for
any ono wishing a centrally located
house,, and will always provo a ?ret?
elas* investment, as the property will
never be without a tenant at a good and
remunerative rent. 1
Full details regarding tho leases and
all other particulars pertinent to the dlf
terepit properties can be had upon applica?
tion at the oflice of tho auctioneers, who
will take pleasure In accompanying pro?
spective purchasers to the respective prop?
erties and show the same at any time
during business hours.
TERMS?One-fourth of tho purchase
money to be paid In ensb.. nnd the residue
in three equal payments at C, 12 and IS
months, for which negotiable notes shall
be takeji, carrying interest from the day
of sale, with leava to any purchaser, at
his election, to pay all of the purchase
money, or a greater part of the 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 order/'d by the court; the sale of
the above properties to bo subject to the
confirmation of the court.
SOL, li BLOOMBERG,
The bond required of the Special Com?
missioners by the abovo decreo has been
- Testo: CHAS. O. SA VILLE, Clork. I
Wm. B. Pizzini Company. Auctioneers,
Tenth and Bajjk Streets.
By A. J. Chewnlng Company,
Real Estate Auctioneers.
No. 409 NORTH ELEVENTH
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 29, 1904,
at 6 o'Clock P. M.
This is most desirable prop?
erty to own, being a
LARGE1 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.
A. J. CHEWNING CO.,
AUCTJON SALES, Future Days
?? By Tho Valentino Auction Co.,
??RUSTEE'S AUCTION SALE
Entire Stock of Crockery, Glass,
Wooden, Tin and Willow Ware,
Cutlery, &c, &c, at
No. 1542 East Main Street,
As trustee under deed of trust from
Sha rovo ?t Pnssamnneck, I will sell at
public auction ns a wholo or In lots to
suit the trade, In store ?a. l?ti E. Main
FRIDAY MORNING, JULY 1ST,
commencing at 10:S0 o'clock, nil tbe stock
of merchandise, consisting of Crockery,
?llassware, Woodmiware, Tinware, f?ask
ots, Fancy Ornaments, Tpyfl, Cutlery etc.,
etc., contained In ?nid etoro nnd choses
In action nnd debts due the said linn ?if
Sharovo & Passumaneck,
HAROLD S. BLOOMBERG.
The Valentino Auction Co., Auctioneers.
By J. Thompson Brown & Co.,
1113 Main Street.
The Speculator's Harvest and
Home Builder Opportunity?
20 West End Lots 20?He verb?
and Chaffin Sts., Near Ran
Uolph and Reservoir Sts., to the
Highest Bidder, Thursday 1
June 30th, 5.-.30 f>. M.
These are the last lots le^t of a corpo?
ration now being? wound 'up, end must
he sold. They aro idee, large lots, w<U
looated, neu? Randolph Street Nchnol;
electric Un?, mark??! (md churches. ?
most desini ido combination nml ripe f
probably ilio last chance ?? ?,? these
desirable lote 8t half their ariu.ii value.
piata ut auctioneers1 office,
TERMS: Ono-iiuiilli CUSll, hillniu'u Ij.
13, is months, si* por pent, Interest, 'so?
cured by deed.
BROWN & CO., Auctioneers.
AUCTION SALES?Thie Day.
By J. B. Elam A Co..
Roal Estate Auctioneers.
? rTRACTIVELV LOCATED AND
? VERY DESIRABLE RESIDENCI?:,
118 1-2 W.
TO BR HOLD AT PUBLIC'AUCTION.
On WEDNESDAY, JUNE 2?, limi, nt fl
o'clock P. M.? WO shall, nt tho request of
tho owner?who in compelled by 111 health
to decline liotit-ekoeplng nud move irom
the city?anil by publlu auction, on the
rienilsew, Uto desirably located two-nloyy
brick dwelling hotfo No. 11SV4 W. OLA-*
HTItEET, .on tbe north sido of Clay be?
tween Adam** Btrept and Brook Avenue,
containing' S rooms, ?a?, water*, bnt.li and
the* usual couvonlenc.cn; substantially nnd
well built antl In good repair; the lot
fronting about 22 feet and running back
within p.-itnllel lines about 160 feet wllh
alley ni. tho aide, and fine fruii trees In
the buck yard. Tho location and neigh?
borhood nro very convenient, pleasant
and desirable. The property win ?it onco
cottimanti good rental, and we commend It
tn the consideration of Investors ns well
TERMS-Llbornl nnd to' b.o announced
at time oc sale.
3. 1.1. KLAM & CO., Auctioneers.
June 11-51 '
George W. Mayo, Auctioneer,
110 North Seventh Street.
CONSISTING OF WALNUT AND OAK
BED-ROOM SUITS. PARLOR AND
DINING-ROOM FURNITURE. REFRIG?
ERATOR, M AITINO, .ETC.
Acting tinder instruction of the ?jwner,
Mr. Charles XV. Eaton, who Is declining
housekeeping, I will sell at -public auc?
tion, on tho premises. 725 North Twenty
TO-DAY (WEDNESDAY), JUNE 29, 1904,
commencing at lOt.'iO j\. M., one bandsomo
Walnut. Bed-Room Suit, two Oak Bed
Room Sult3, Handsome Bed Lounge.
Bookcase, Sitting-Room and Dlnlng
Room Furniture, two Brussels Carpets,
' Matting;, Oilcloth, Hall Rack, Stovo and
Kitchen Furniture, Oil Stove. Refrigera?
tor, Sideboard. Mattresses, Springs, etc.
All of thla furniture is In first-class con?
GEORGE XV. MAYO, Auctioneer,
A. P. Montgomery, Saleamon.
By The Valentino Auction Co.,
012 Etist Bmad Street.
OUR REGUL?R MID-WEEK
OF FINE AND MEDIUM FURNITURE,
MATTING, COOK STOVES. BAR?
BER CHAIRS, PICTURES,
TO-DAY (Wednesday), June 29th, com?
mencing 10:30 o'clock, tve will sell a larga
consignment, consisting of S Chamber
Suits, 4 Parlor Suits. 4 Extension Tables,
? Cooking Stoves, 2 Patent Barker Chairs,
4 Hall Racks, Folding Bed and Secretary
Combined, 4 Sideboards, Bureaus and
Washslands, Double and Single Iron Beds,
Chairs and Rockers, New Rugs, Hand?
some Pastel Pictures, Mantel Mirrors,
Bookcases. Feather Pillows and Bolsters,
Center Tables. Child's Crib, Odd Bed?
steads, Carpets, Matting, etc. Sale posi?
tive. THE VALENTINE AUCTION CO.
By Pollard & Bagby,
Real Estato Auctioneers.
Auction of Large, Detached Brick
Dwelling Southeast Corner of
Marshall and Twenty-Eighth
Streets. Division of an Estive
and Must Qo. Large Lot.
We will sell by auction, at reauest of
the parties Interested, for division, on the
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20, 130-1.
at 6 o'clock P. M., tho above mentioned
property. The house has 8 or 10 rooms
and Is substantial. Lot 55x100 feet to
POLLARD & BAGBY,
June 25-tds Auctioneers.
Night Line for Norfolk
"Leaco Richmond every ?venins (foot of A?h
Siriiutl 7 P. ?_? Steamers atop at Newport
News In both 'directions. Furo ?2.60 one way,
S4B0 rrAind trip, HTcludea stateroom berth;
meals. 60o. Street Car? to Steamer's Wharf.
FOR NEW iORK.
Uy CbeuapeaJto und Olilo Ky., 9 ?. M., 4 p.
il.; by Norfolk anil "Wentet-n Hy? ??.11,,1 p.
' M. ; also by Old Dominion night lina sieame/.
AU Unes connect at Noriollt wllh direct ?learn?,
era tor New York, ?alllntr dally (escup? Sunday)
7 P. -t,
K. l'\ CHALICLEY, City Ticket Asent. 808
East Main Street. JOHN F. MAYER. Affent.
Wharf foot ot Aali Btreet, nlctimond.
H. B. WALKE?, V. P. & T. M? New York.
Btc&in-hlp Line. Direct Route to
Boston, Mass., & Providence, R. I,
Steamer? leave Norfolk tor Boston Tueaday,
Wednesday. Friday and Sunday. For Provi
dettco Mrnclay. Thursday und Saturday at ?J
P. M. I'lusem-era nnd frelijht taken for all
Nf.w -airland points. Tickets on sale at C. ?
O. Ky. and N. * W. Ry. office? and No. nt
E_st Main Street
H. N. WRiaHT. Aicent, Norfolk, V?.
il A1 LIND TO e__jTiMO:t_l
Via -. it O. nwy, una ??a ?????
?, a mah. Roufa,
Leave Rlohmgnd via ?. ? ?.
dully except .Sflwluy, ut ? ?'. M.,
couneatlns -it Ola Point wltk
?tcuitiers ui Old flay Line, laav
v lut* 7:15 V. M... arrivili? __:tl?
inore 6'?? ?. M., cuuneullnx North, Hast und
West. B-r ticket? und itirarmatlon upply ta
y 'li o Rwy.. Riohmond Trun-?i.? C<unp_nr?
?IC Ko. M? l??i -Iule Str-Mt.
RICHMOND AND NORFOLK LINE.
Freight lectilvml and delivered dully at O- *
O. Ry. Cu.'? depot, Seventeenth und iirvu.1
fcltreetu. 11 K. WOO DM ?, Sollcltlun A.-->.
V?. Nav. Co.'? Wharf. RijcketU.
WEST POINT, VU.
Special chartered trains leaving So,
Ry. Depot, 14th St._
Twilight Limited, Dally Except
[.???? Hldiniond &.30 ? M. Re-,
turning leave NVe.it Point 10 p. M.
I.UIinioiul 0:30 ?. M. and i
JjOiivc \Yu?t G???? S ??. M.
ul 10 1?. M.
50c. ROUND TRIP? OO?, '
**"".?*???,??.??.??????.??... ??m?.,?,.<. ???yMW
'MbS^.I Ohio Ry.
World's Fair Scenic Roui?
to Sf? Louis, Mo.
?> ,- .LBAV?'- RtCHMOND-ttABTBOUN'O.
T.So ?. M.-t)nlly-t,o>:nl to Newport Now?, Old
. ? Point nml way .itiitlonn.
0:00 ?' ???"111*' Unilted-Arrlv??? WlllUm?.
ffUrff^:,'j!,?A? M- Newport New? 10:30 A,
M??.Old Point 11:00 A. M? Norfolk ill*
i~.,S .'.? ?;?"?'""'"??? IM?'? A. M.
4:00 P. M,--Daily?Special?Arrives Williams?
S.Vi*^:fe ?? M- ?N'ewi>ort Nows d:*?} P. M?
Old roll?i ?:0.? p. M? Norfolk 8:28 P, M?
Portsmouth 0:1.", p. ,m
5:00 I\ M.-Dalty-Local t>. Old Point and Nor?
folk! on S'lhdnys If-nvr? tilr-hm.ind 7 P. M.
S:50 A. M.?lxjcal?Dally to '-hurlotu?svllle? ox?
n ?? .'.'?"? Siiiiiiny t?, Clifton Forgo,
2:00 P. M.?Dally?f'nsolal?To Cincinnali,
botilnvlllp. Ht. Louis und Chicago.
5:15 ?, M.?Weck ?lay?? hociil to Onuigo.
10:lu P. M.?Dally-, Llnitt???l-Ti> Clnolnluttl,
Lmildvllln, st. Louis nnd Chicago.
JAMBS HIVER LINK.
10:"0 ?. M.?Dally?Express?To Lynchburg,
Lexington. Va., New Castle. Clifton
For/-? nml principal stations; except Sun?
day to Rosney and Alborene.
5:13 V. M.~W?ek days???cal?To r-Binont.
TRAINS ARRIVE RIOHMON-D PROM'?.?.'
Norfolk and Old Point 8:45 A. M. dally, Hit?'
A. M. dally, 7:0,1 p. St. and 10:26 P. M. dally.
From Cincinnati and Went 7;?!0 A. M. daily
and .1:30 t". M. dally. Main Une Local 8:1?
P. M_, "xcnpt Sunday, from Clltton Forge an4 .
daily from Charlotteiivllle. Orango Accom. 8:30
A. M. Ex. Sun.
Jam?.., River Lin? Local from Clifton Forre
0:3.1 P. M. dally. Esmont Accom. SUO' A. M.
H. Vf. FULLER, Vf. O, WARTHSBI,, ?
a<_??'1. Pana. Agt. Dlst. Past?. Agt,
C. E. DOYLE, Oen'l. Manager. .,
R E ?9 Richmond, Fredericks?
burg & Potorriau R. it
Traina Leave Richmond?Northward.
4:li A. SL, Uauy. Byra a-_. Timme b.
6:45 a. M., dally. ?"Jam St- Through.
7ili A. M.. week do.ys, Elba. Aanland c??
8:40 A. M., dally. Byrd St. Through? Local
12:05 noon, week days, Byrd St Through.
4:00 P. M., week days. Byrd St. Frederick*?
B:05 P. M., dally. Main St. Through.
6:30 P. M., week days. Elba. Ashland ac
8:06 P.'M.. dally. Bird St. Through.
Trains Arrive Richmond?Southward.
?:40 ?. ? , weck days. Elba. Ashland a*.
commodatlon. - ???,.'
8:20 A. M., week days. Byrd St. Frederick*??
Site A. M.. dally. Uyrd St. Through.
11:50 A. M., week days. Byrd St. Through.
i:06 P. M., dally. Main St- Through.
1:00 P. 11., week days. Elba. Ashland acaotn?
7-.1? P. M.. dally. Byrd St. Through,
4:60 P.M.. dally. Byra St. Through. Local
10:20 P. M., dally. Main St. Through.?? ?
NOTE?Pullman Sleeping or Parlor Car? OH ?:
all trains except train arriving Richmond ll:5i
A. M. week days, nnd local accommodation?.
Time of arrivals and departures and conneo?
tlons not guaranteed.
W. D. DUKB C. W. CULP. W. P. TAYLOR?
Oen'l Man'r.. Ass*t. Oen'l Man'r.. Traf. Ma?.
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT MAT 23TH. 1804.
TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND.
7:00 A. M.?Dally. Local for Charlotte. N. Cr,
12:30 P. M.?Dally. Limited. B?ttel Pullman .
to Atlanta and Birmingham, New Orleans,
MemphD, Chattanooga and all tho South.
8:00 P. M.?Ex. Sunday. Keysville Local,
11:00 P. M.?Dally. Limited. Pullman ready?1
9:30 P. M. for all the South.
YORK RIVER LINE.
Tho favorite route to Baltimora and Eastern
points. Leave Richmond 4:20 P. M.? Dally,.
except K un. lay.
2.15 P. M.?Local. Dally, except Sunday.
4:20 P. M.? Except Sunday. For West Point,
?jonnoctlng with steamers for Baltlmoro ana
viver landings. Steamers sailing from Wee* ;
Point Monday, Wednesday and Friday call at',
Yorktown and Clay Bank: Tuesday, Thursday
and Saturday, AUmonds and Gloucester Point.?:
4:45 A. M.?Exeopt Sunday. Local mixed for:.
TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND.
8:58 A. SI. and 8:42 P. SI.?From all the South,1
3:i5 P. M.?From Charlotte and Durham.
8:40 A M.?From Chase City.
0:25 A- M.?Baltimore and West Point.
10:45 A. M.. j:10 P. M.?From West Point.
C Vf. WE3TBURY, D. P. ?.. Rlohmond, Vn.:
S. H. HARDWICK, W. XT. TAYLOE,
P. T. M.. a. P. ?.. ...
C. H. ACKERT. Oei*'l. Mgr., ,'
Washington. n. C.
LEAVE RICHMOND DAILx.
8:00 A. SI.?NORFOLK LIMITED. Arrive?
Norfolk 11:20 A. M. Stops only at Petersburg.
Waverly and Suffolk. __.
9:05 A. M.?ST. LOUIS EXPRESS. Buffet
Parlor Car. Petersburg to Lynchburg and Roan?
ake Pullman Sleepers Roanoke to. St. Louis.
Blucileld to Cincinnati; also Roanoke to Knox?
ville, and Knoxvllle to Chattanooga and Mom?
Pl?2-10 P. M.? ROANOKE EXPRESS for Farm1?
ville Lynchburg and Roanoke?
3??0 P M.-OCEAN SHORE LIMITED. Ar
rlv?a Norfolk 5:20 P. M. Stops only at Peters?
burg Waverly and Suffolk. Connocts with ?
Bttamers to Boston, Providence. Now York.
Baltimore and Washington. Through coach to
V7?2?np M.e-^For Nurfolk and all stations east
^?ITp^m?-NEW ORLEANS SHORT LINE.
Pullman Sleepers. Richmond to Lynchburg ?nd
RoanolCei Petersburg to Bristol. Lynchburg to
Chattanooga, Memphis and New Orleans. Ca?*
DL"?o""'par'M.-WORLD'S FAIR SPECIAL,
Through Pullman Sleeper Petersburg to 8?,
^?f?ns^r^'frSmHho West 7:35 A. It. 2:01 j
P. M.and 9=05 P. M-; from Norfolk 11:40 A, M. !
ao?rtfco?No. m ?*?t Main Street.
?W'B BBVILL. C.H. BOULET,
Qen'U Pass Aet- Diet. Pass. Agt.
ATLANTIC COAST LINE.
TRAINS LEAN^RICHMO^DAILY-BXRIk? .
EFFECTIVE S?JNDAY. MAY 20TH.
8:00 A. M.?A- O. I?. Express to all potata ;
_._ni St.?Petersburg and Norfolk.
li-lOP. M.?Petersburg and N, and W. West, ,
3-00 ? SI.?Petersburg aud Norfolk,
???10 P M.? OolilsUoro Local.
b'.?s P. M??Petersburg Local.
7?'?? p u.?"Florida and West Indian Llm? '.
lte'd" to all points South.
fl'30 ? M.?Peteitiburg and N. and AV. West, ;
??-?? P. M.?Petersburg Local.
TRAlNa ARRIVE RICHMOND.
4?07 A. l?.; I'M ?. ?.! ?8:?5 A. M.: ??l?t?
A. Si ? U:40 A. M.? 1:00 P. 11. ; Z:tii P. M.1 G:M
? M V.? ?- M.'; ?:?e P. M- ,
?Except Sunday. ??Sunday only,
?hiXO0Pcr S. UAMPllELL. DlV. Posa Agt,
yf, j, C.RA1Q. Oen? Pass. Agt.
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY.
TPAINS LEAVE RICHMOND-DAILY.
.-?To p it-Seaboard Mal!-10:35 P. M.-Se*.
b?"iird Bxpree??To Savannah, Jacksonville, At?
lu,ua ami tjouthwest.
??to A .\r-l..'?al-l?-oi- Norllna and Hmuleu
?i-RAlNe ARRIVE I?lCIUlONI>?DAIL?.
it? A. M.?No. 34?Froi? Floiidu? Atlanta an4
1^<?????. s?.?No? ???From Florida, Atlanta ?nd
"'??si?p1 ?? 3??From Norllna and Ipcal pointa,
H. S. I.BARD. P. ?." ?.;
"' W. M. TA?LOR, C. T. A.
S30 East MalD Street. 'Phono 409.
r?ch?v?ond and petersburc?
Cars leave corner of Perry und Seventh Sta.
Manchester, every hour ion the |u?ur> irum |
A M to 10 P..M.. toni cur 11:W P. M.
Paru tflave Petersburg, foot of Sycamore -
Street, ?Very hour from B:3u A. M. to lu;M
I ??t car connDctlng with Norfolk ?yi?t AVcst?
tra iwiiway.? 11 ;?o G. M.
VIRGINIA NAVIGATION CO.,
jAM?? RIVER DAY LINE.
STEAMER OLD POINT COMFORT Iquvsm
MONDAY? WEDNEisDAV and FRIDAY ai i
A M. for Norfolk, Portsmouth, tua VufnC
Newport Now?. Clareiuunt ?i;?l Ja?ne? itlvuv
liittdiiiH?. ??d ciiniieeiing ai uhi l'oim t^g
Wiishintt???. l,Ulliiuui-e and ill?. Norlh. Slat?,
rooms r????'!?.?-^ ?ot VnV '?'?''* ut moderai?
tirir??. Eleciri?, car? dlre\:i to wfcarf. Fji?
only $1 50 and U to N'offolk, Slusio by Utu.nj
OrcJiestiion- __,?., _?
Freigilt received for atiove-naiiied ulact? aw|
all polnis In Eusi.ru Virginia and No>th ?-?????
line. IRV-IN WElSin??, ???'J. Mjr,
j). a.'Barb-t Jr.. ?ecrewry.