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getting a grip on you?
Rheumatism is the most distress?
ing and discouraging of all troubles.
Nine cases out of ten can be cured
by using Noah's Liniment. .4 * -
Where there is no swelling, or
fever a few applications will relieve
yon.
Noah's Liniment penetrates?does
not evaporate like other remedies.
Requires very little rubbing.
LET THE FOLLOWING CONVINCE YOU
"This testimonial, I trust, may be of
benefit both to you and the large, number
of persons who Buffer from that mnny
headed monster, rheumatism.
."For the past month I have been suf?
fering with rheumatism in my ankle, in?
step and toes. I tried several remedies,
which apparently gave me no relief.
"Being a special man with Colgate &
Co., of New York, necessitated being on
my feet, and walking all day, I realized
'something must .be done for my relief
quickly.
' 'Three, days ago I purchased from
W. J. loyner. a local druggist, h bottle of
your Noah's Liniment and commenced to
use it. My foot has improved wonder?
fully, and can now walk with very little
inconvenience.
"You are at liberty to use my name
and testimonial in anyway which will be
of most sen-ice to you. C. A. Jaino*, j21
Dinwiddic Street, Portsmouth, Va.
DISTILLERY CASE
AGAIN POSTPONED
Goes Over to June 5 Because of
Inability of Lawyer Wenden?
burg to Appear- Now.
TVip Inability of Attorney L U.
Wendenhurg, chief counsel for the de?
fense, to attend, yesterday caused
Judge 'Edmund Waddlll, Jr.. to Krani.
a postponement ?f the Broad Book
Distilling Company case until June b.
NATIONAL
and " American " I
Collars are seen at. j
the great outdoor j
game wherever:
you turn.
They are bi? favorites
with the business men
because they give both
style find, comfort.
"Jffition ftV'n i> fZ"A mer?
le an" Have the " Slip-Over"
Button - hole, the " Easy-Tic
Slide " space and ample room
for the. scarf to show.
Ask your good haberdofher
about the special features in
QldazLJiaintf "*????-?* m Amsrica
2 lor 25c. O'JJrter Sl/cs ?
United Shirt <fcCol!?-- Co. .MoSrr>. Troy. ?
sn
Ask Oabney Brot., Richmond
The Implement Co.,
RICHMOND. VIRGINIA. g
have just issued a new and
complete Farm Implement
Catalog giving up-to-date in?
formation anrl prices of
AU Farm Implements,
Corn and Cotton Planters,
, Wheel and Disk. Cultivators,
Dump and Farm Wagons,
Engines, Threshers,
Saw and Planing Mills,
Metal an? otoer Roofings,
Buggies, Harness, Saddles,
Barb Wire, Fencing, etc.
Our prices ore. very reason
abla for first-class supplies.
Correspondence solicited.'
Catalog Biailed free on request
Write foTtt.
<The Implement Co.,
1302 E. Main St., Richmond, Va.
In this action. Clarence B. Wood, pres?
ident of the distilling company; .lonn
M. t.lhea. manager of the distillery's
rectifying plant, and a. number of em?
ployes, are charged In throe Indict?
ments with violations of the United
Mates internal revenue lows. One ot
tho indictments charged W:ood wit.i
the bribery of the government store
keeper-gauger who was employed at
the plant with tho purpose of influ?
encing him to permit certain o.uanit-1
ties of spirits tu pats by untnxed. |
The case was called for lilal ycr
terday morning. Both lawxeiv, iiftr the
defense, George A. Hanson und u <->?
Wendenburg, asked for postponement.
The latter explained that he was tfiV
sageri |ln an Important ca.pltul ca.-e in
the Circuit Court of He.nrico county,
and staled that it would be Impossible
for him to appear for his clients in
tho United States District'!Court lev
some time. .District Attorney Lutiw
ford L. Le-icU opposed' the continu?
ance of the case until tho next term
of court, and stated that if that Were
the purpose or the defense, lie wouinj
be compelled to insist upon an Immcai-I
ale trial, Judge. WnddiH' granted a
postponement to June 5, w'hen'ne'AWTil]
convene the court for toe express"pur
I pose of trying the cjse
.Mode Serloua Charges..
According to evidence Introduced by
the govcrnineni and sustained by me
?jury in the In rem proceedings against
the Broad. Rock Distilling Co. lasl
week, the indicted distillery evaded
more than Jfi,"f>n worth of taxes in tho
months of November and , December,
1011. the period covered by the indict?
ment?. This, it is alleged, was ac?
complished by piying urcn T. Bur?
roughs, th? government ganger. }3 for
each barrel of ti>iilts he permitted to
be removed from the i'lstillery s cis?
tern room untaxpaid.
On these charges the- government se?
cured a 'conviction last Saturday en?
titling it to connsriTf. rh<-; entire plant
of the distillery. Attorney Hanson, for
the defense, moved that the verdict
be set aside, assigning a number "t
errors No dale has yet been nxed by
Judge Waddill for a nr-nrlng on Mr
Hanson's motion. In all probability
this; Phase of thf n?p will be setTled
before the adjoiirnmeni of tho pres?
ent term.
Tho. court v.-ii] convene at l":30
o'clock this- morning; and will probably
lake up flrsi the case of R If, Wilson!
against the Huber Manufacturing
Company, ?'htch is r?n the docket \"r
argument en demurrer.
r. p. HE At I3,\BH is CHOSEX,
it ill Represent Wnvhiugtnu und Lee Id
Intercollegiate Oratorical Contest,
I Special to The Times-Dispatch, j
Lexington, Va'.; April 15.?Last ?sat
urday nicht the preliminary contestI
teas held at Washington and Lee llntrj
versl.ty. at Which a speaker -.vas chosen]
to represent AVashlngton and Lee in I
[the s-'taio Intercollegiate oratorical j
I contest, which will be heM n? NVlltiain
land Marv College some time in Aiay.
I.C. }?'? H*?vcnor,,of Peterslown, \Y. Va.,|
was sei,-, ted to uphold ihe w'tlfte aim)
bitte. Mr. Heavoner is a in ember 011
the fir a ham-Lee Literary tiortet,y fthd
lias had considerable experience as i'
speaker, having won 'he debater's
medal at the annual celebration of
rirnham-l.ee in run. and the universi?
ty orator's medal in ih> inlersoclety
oratorical contest held inn ,lune. ills
subject is "The Vaiui of an i<-te;il.
CJ V. Yohce, or Silent, way chosen as
alternate
r;?i? -Cull to llnniptnn.
[Special to The Times-Dispatch]
Hampton, Va.. April in.?The con?
gregation of the Hampton fresh
terlan Church to-da> for the eecono
time -xtended a call m fee Rev.
Charier Rrlend, of Btllc-nnvcn, to i.e.
come its pastor. M- Friend I? expect^
ed to make knovn his "njf't'r in a
day or two
Rev. CVeprge McGee, of Farroguti.
Iowa, has declined the call given him
li m f t,-^W mpton nnd become u <?
pastor^flHj^^hurch of Chrlai
Government Will Not Purchase
Grounds of Jamestown
Exposition.
Washington. April 15.?A special
ooarrl of Investigation appointed by
'he Secretary of the Navy to look
?nto the feasibility of purchasing the
Jamestown Exposition property from
Its present owners for governmental
purposes to-day reported advetsely to
the plan.
While this decision would appear to
be final, .the department has Just re?
quested Alvoh H. Martin, of Norfolk,
to prepare full data regarding the
property and to submit it as early as
possible. In view of the fact that the
House Naval Affairs Committee has
never looked with favor on the plan
to have the government get control
of this property, and also because of
tho report of the special board Just
made to Secretary Meyer' the prospect
Is not bright for an early sa.le.
Among the well-known politicians
of Southwest Virginia In Washington
to-d;iy were tho following: John M.
Parsons. G. O. McAlcxander and H. C.
Weaver. They were In consultation
with Congressman Slemp, and later
saw Commissioner of Internal Reve?
nue. Cabcll regarding certain Internal
revenue matters In Virginia.
Although it is understood that The
visit of the threo Virginians was of
an Important nature, nothing could
be learned regarding It except that
they wore here and 6aw Slemp and
Cabeil.
SovernJ Interesting post-office fights
ore going on In different parts of Vir?
ginia, and It is said that President
Taft is considerably puzzled what to
do in some of the cases
At Rocky Mount, where there will
be a vacancy soon, four men are after
Ute place. Lewis W. Morgan wants
It, as do Dr. Green, H. T. Adams and
6, A. Davis. Tho race is said to he
a well contested one. and it is dot
known yet who will win.
Equally hot is the light for the office
at Bucha Vista. James 1* t'pdiko, the
incumhonl. Is opposed by Roy Hart,
and W. L. Shafer. Tho regular or?
ganization is said to be behind Hart
and giving him Its Indorsement, which
means that he. probably will land.
There are also several other va?
cancies at other offices in the State. |
It is understood, which a.re likely to
cause a lively scramble before tho
fight Is over.
The interstate Commerce Commis?
sion to-dav grnntr.d tho application of
the Louisville and Nashville Railroad
lo establish, for the transportation of
phosphate rock from Mount Pleasant.
Tonn., to Staunton a rate of $3.80' a
? on. This permission wns granted to
give Staunt?n the same rate enjoyed
as Basic. City, Buenn Vista and other
nearby points in Virginia where rates
are not now In accord with the fourth
section of the net to regulate com?
merce.
The commission also has received a.
petition for rehearing In the case of
the Stonega Coke and Coal Company
against, the Louisville and Nashville.
It was recently decided In a case
hefore tho commission that there was
no discrimination against Slonoga In
favor of Norton, because Norton Is on
the line of the Louisville, and Nash?
ville, while Rtoneg-j Is riot so located.
The petition will be considered at an
early date. p H. McC,.
Think ?l All
You Eat
No wonder you some?
times have a bilious
headache, feel dizzy,
are troubled with in?
digestion and can't
sleep.
will help your liver do
its work regularly, as
it should. Take no
substitute? sugar
coated or plain.
Auction &alcg. vThig 2Bap.
Sale of Refused
and Unclaimed
F reight of Every
Description
We will sell at public auction to the
highest bidder, unless otherwise dls
l tseri of. at our freight warehouse, cor?
ner Seventeenth and Marshall Streets,
Richmond, Va . on
Tuesday, April 16,
1912, at 10 A. M.
Various lots of Dry Goods, ?"lothlnp. I
Rugs. Druse?'*. Furniture, Hardware!
and" miscellaneous articles of every <ie
BcrtpUon.
The public 1f requested t" attend
Elevated seats pf-ovlded for ladies, and
special accommodation will bo afforded;
out-of-town buyers for shipping gojds.
L L SCHERER,
General Claim Agent.
The Cheiapeaks and bhio Hallway
Company.
Virginia Auction Co.,
Auctioneers. 616 E. Broad.
Shoes,. Clothing, No?
tions, Groceries, Can?
dies, Tinware Hard?
ware, etc.
AT AUCTION
We will sell at our store. 61fi East
Broad Pirjei,
r I ESDAY, APRIL lfi,
at 10:30 A. M.. .
n nrze consignment ot Ladles', Cents'
and Misses' VJrioes, Mats. Caps, Shirts,
Suspender.-. Gidves, Underwear! Gro?
ceries. Clears arid Tobacco, Tinware
and Enamel ware. et'. Lots to stilt the
purchasers. *
TERMS: rash.
VIF.GIN1A AUCTION CO..
? Auction sera.
For Travel
in the United States
as well as Abroad
"A. B. A." Cheques are the safest and handiest
travel funds, because they are not negotiable until you counter?
sign them, they are known all over the civilized wcrld, they are accepted at
their full value, and your counter signature '"dentines you.
Just Imagine the safety and convenience of
being ab.i to pay travel expenses around the
world with your personal ch?cks. Travel
with a wallet of "A.B. A." Cheques is prac?
tically the same thing.
50,000 bankers throughout the world
will cash them at sight. Hotels, railways,
steamship lines and the best shops generally,
in every civilized land, know they are good
as gold.
The U. 3. Collector of Customs will accept
them for your customs duties.
"A. B. A." Cheques are Issued In tens,
twenties, fifties and one hundreds, in any
amount and assortment suited to your trip.
Ask your own banker for a booklet and
full information. Our advertisement in this
paper next week will contain a list of the
institutions in your vicinity now issuing
"A.B.A." Cheques.
AMERICAN BANKERS
s, AS SOC] AT IO N
TRAV?L?RSCH?QU?S
1113 Main Street.
ATTRACTIVE AUCTION SALE
OK
GOOD PAYING CENTRAL INVESTMENT PROPERTY
XOS. 30S, 310. 312 AND 314 EAST DEICH. NEAR FOURTH STREET, BEINQ
TWO-STORY DETACHED MODERN BRICK DWELLINGS,
on tha premises,
TUESDAY, APRIL 16, R P. M-.
in following order:
r. No. ,114 East Leigh Street, detached five-room brick dwelling, with
two-room brick .kitchen. Lot 25x153 to paved alley. Must be sold to close
an estate,
II. Nn. 312 East Leigh Street, two-story detached eight-room stock hrlck:
porcelain bath; double parlors; instantaneous heater, etc.; front and rear
porches. Lot 25x15;-:.
III. No. 310 Hast Ivlfh Street, modern white press brick. f?vin rooms;
bath, hot and cold tvatec etc.; granolithic, walk, etc. Sto-ble on rear lot.
26x153 feet.
IV. No. 80S Bast. Lrlch Street, large two-story and hasenient brick, with
extra large wing; fifteen rooms, hath, etc. Lot 31.4x153 feet to 12 foot paved
alley.
The above property Is in first-class order, most substantially constructed,
nicely papered -rooms, up-to-date, plumbing, and offers a rare opportunity
for permanent Investment at good paying, steady returns.
TERMS: Easy, and announced at sale.
.1. THOMPSON BROWN * CO. Au'ettoSeeva
The Valentine Auction Co.
AUCTIONEERS
,0 1 8 EAST BROAD S'E
AUCTION SAliE OF
REFUSED AND UNCLAIMED FREIGHT
OF THE
RICHMOND. FREDERICK?BURG AND
POTOMAC RAILROAD CO..
TUESDAY, APRIL I?TII, 1912,
Commencing at ln o'clock A. m..
at. their freight railway station at
Harrison and Marshall Striets.
; X large quantity of valuable goods
of various kinds, including Furniture.
'.Machinery, Vehicles, bo* of household
[ goods, boxes and pales of merchandise;
i barrels and contents. Castings, crates
of enameled and rhlniware and mis?
cellaneous goods of various kinds.
TERMS: Cash.
LESLIE ELLIS, Agent.
THE VALENTIN' AUCTION CO,
Auel toneers.
Special Sale
We will s'l! n mtr unclaimed
freight warehouse Seventeenth a-.id i
Marshall Streets, on
TUESDAY, APRIL 1ft.
at 1:00 P. M..
on* Road Roller, in excellent, condition.
[This is a good chance for any oni
interested to get a bargain.
THE CHESAPEAKE <?-. OHIO RY. CO.
L L SCHE R.E R,
General Claim Agent.
SLuttton fedirs, Jrnnirs ?>ap3
TheValen?neAuction Co.
auctioneers
6.1.43 EAST. BROAD ST,
EXTRA FRESH STOCK OF STAPLE I
GROCERIES. WAGON AN' D STOKE
FIXTURES, ETC AT AUCTION.
Ou account of leaying tho citv for
his health, we will sell for Mr. T. A
Davidson. Jr., at his store. No. 300
West Twelfth Sttect Manchester (cor?
ner Twelfth and Perry Streets), on
.. \ THURSDAY, APRIL IS,
? ^beginning at S o'clock r. M.
n IS) go and well i.-lected stock of
strictly fresh Staple sad Fancy Groce?
ries, all of whi h have bsen purchased
within the last six months, and con-1
fists of Canned Goddl of all kinds, ir;.
eluding Coi n. Ar r.jragiiF. Peach;,? I
Peas. Meats. Beans, Syrups, Rak1,,,",,-!
Powders of various kinds, Rottled {..n
sups. Pickles. Preserves. OHves^/^n,8.
tards. Salad Dressings, Sauccg j
Matches. Brooms t"i "ir. QoffCjTs' Teas'
various kinds of Laundry i^tl'.Tolletl
Soap* and Washing PowdVrH Cereals
Cigars. Cigarettes Smokirg and'Chew.
ing Tobacco, . Showran?ffo
Mill, larg- Refrigerator, Meat and]
Counter Scale*. Meat:Tool?; Oil Tanks.
McCaskey Account P.eg;st?.. Grocery
Delivery Wagon, Ok- Tln-"anrt Rack. I
barrel Mackerei ihres han.^,, pirl..lPe. j
barrel Molasses, barrel Ytn;_ar 'nn?\
other groceric?
This Is the largest .ii'l he.t = loek of'
groc?r|e? sold a- auction W a long,
time .
TERMS: Cash
THE VA LEX T1 v r j\ FCVfON co
The ValentineAuctiioi-j Co
AUCTIONEERS
G 1 3 EAS;r BROA'? J3X
BARBER SHOP \T AUCTION. ''
We will sell st public aucttrt,, ni,
FRIDAY. APRIL 10. I ' |
commencing 3:30 o'clock FJ m
at Nc 1001 North TwentyL'g6venlh I
Street (corner Twenty-seventy" and P
Streets), a rilcols furnished Barber!
Shop. consisting of |\vo Kake?n Auto?
matic ?arber '-.Chairs, w.-ui. fixtures
with 'wo larg-- r':?;e Glass /Mirrors.''
Revolving Rather Sl?n. N*0'tlo?,a| r-n?h
Register. aKout 200 Towels, n?:,mnPr of
Hair and Shaving O'.iths. Toii]0t b0|.
ties.' Heating Stove, Receplloi", Chairs
and other accessoi lei (
Will be offered separately ,and as a
whole. ? ? j
If sold a? a whnl?, a very! satisfac?
tory le.i'e can he made on tfhe place
at an exceptionally low rent.li
' THE VALENVINE AUCTION CO.
auction ?nlc?, Jrtittirc ?>nj>Q
^^TSy^AiiTj'!Oheivnlng ~V;ompanyT
Real Estate Agents and Auctioneers,
Court Sale of Brick
Dwelling, Northwest
Corner Byrd and
Fourth Streets
In execution of a decree of the Rich?
mond Chancery Court, entered .Inly 26, ]
'1911, in the suit of Harriet E. Wade'?
committee vs. .1. C, Brocfcahb rough's I
administrator, eie.. we will, as .special
commissioners, thereby appointed, sell
by auction, upon the premises, en
THURSDAY! APR.il. IS, 1 Oll!. I
at U o'rlo.-k P M.j
the property mentioned abovej fronting
28 Vi ?'''?>! on the norCi line of Byrd
Street, and extending back within
parallel lines 150 feet In an alley
This corner dwelling i;- centrally
located, convenient le a delightful
park and everything desirable.
pleas,, be sure tr, giv^ it vonr sp?
rial attention.
TERMS; One-fourth rash; balance in
three equal instalments at six. twelve
and eighteen montris for notes. Inter?
est added, and title retained until the
purchase morisy Is all paid and a pb'n
vevance ordered hy the court, or all
cash, at the option of the purchaser.
sol, CUTCHIXS,
If A AC DIC-OS.
Special Commissioner?
I hereby rerMfy that the bond re
reo.uir?d of the special, .-ommlssloners
in the above mentioned suit has been
dulv given.
OHA?: n SAt'ILtljE.
Clerk.
auction fealc?, Jfuturc SDags
By Oreen & Rodd,
Real Estate Auctioneers.
AUCTION SALE
OF
I No. 10
E. Marshall St.
ON THURSDAY, APRIL 1?, 1912.
at C:30 o'clock P. M..
on the premises, wo will offer the
above property.
I The Improvements consist of a
i splendidly arranged, detached i to rick
I house, containing fourteen Ml) rooms.
with all modern Improvomcn t s, and
I in excellent, stair of repair. Will nnh'
lAl hoarding house.
I Also two-story brick stable, in cx
I cellent condlt Ion.
It Js seldom that one has i chance
to purchase property in thH section
of the city, and we earnestly r^nm
mend thl.o property is a very safe
investment
Tbr. above property. helnc |n the
central part of the city, will en;1Bn.-p
very rapidly.
TERM.": Most liberal, and announced
iat sale.
c,REEX * REDD,
Atictioncr r.v
By C. L. A- IL L De.noon,
Real Estate. Auctioneer*:
TRUSTEE'.- AUCTION SALE
OF
VALUABLE LOT OF LAND ON THE
I MECHANICS VI LLE TURNPIKE.
Bv virtu* of ?V deed of iruM, dated
'June'19. 1305. recorder! H) clerk's ofu<-e.
tleiiri'-o cotinty, DV B. 173-R, page 427.
default having been made In payment
of debt, sfcired. I . will sen v>y public
fiction, on t'n? premises, on
THURSDAY. APRIL IS, 1313.
at t o'clock P M..
the properly described in Raid derd
as those '-wo certain lots. |-.-lnj-' and
belno in the county o't Henilco. Va .
east of the city of Richmond, bh the
MechahicBvllie Turnpike, beginning it
the. Intersection of (?-?. east line of Mo
chanlosville Turnptk.- with the north
line of the county road papsincr front
of the residence of w H Rmi?r.
tb'-rico running northwardly along the
ea:-t line of Merha.n!r?vilie Turnpikr
ih--> distance of revfn" -pix 'Tsi f*,-?
eiKlit tS) inches, then-c castwardly w
right .angles to raid t irnpike one h.in
died and twenty-five (125 'ifeei to ah
alley In common In the rear ten tl01
feet X'ide, thenc? sein hw.a rdlv alone
ta.id alley forty (i?l feet, niore er le.-r.
t'n the aforesaid county road, thence
?Ions said road to beginning.
TERMS: Cash for -expense* of
any taxes due, and to pay f"oo. -viih
interist from .bin" ?. 1911. and b5l
ance on tirms to be named by ?~ r>
Wood
WTLLOUGHBY NEWTON. JR.
.. 1 - < Trustee i
By WlJfrfniB ?? Cm?,
Real Kstato Auctioneers.
AUCTION SALE
5 4^ Acres More or Less
r?PPO?ITE TKB RTCHirOND AUTOMOBILE CLUB. ON
, Saturday, April 20, 1912
At 4:30 o'clock P. ML
This property, with a frontage on two roads, lies exceptionally well,
and Is In 1 fast growing Westhampion section: convenient to schools
and churches, and only a short distance from the Westha.mpt.on car l|n?.
The owner, who Is a nonresident, has instructed us to hcU the prop?
erty at the hltrii dollar, which we will do.
TERMS. Very llhera), and announced at sal*.
WILLIAMS & CEASE,
Auctioneers.
Ry Green & Redd,
a] Estate Auctioneers.
TRUSTEE'S AUCTION SALE
OF
Seven Detached Nine-Room Brick DWellings?
Nos. 2106, 2108, 21 10, 2112, 21 14,
2116 and 2118 Floyd Avenue
? By ylrtue of a certain deed of trust, dated October 11, 1911, and recorded in
the Richmond Chancery Court clerk's office in D. B. 213-A, page 332, default
having been made in the payment, of a portion of the debt secured thershy,
and having been required by the beneficiary therein so to do, I, the under
Klgn?d tin.-tee, win oh
FRIDAY, APRIL 19. 1912.
a i 5 o riock P. SI.,
on the premises, proceed to sell at public auction the property conve.yed
therein. viz:
All thai certain lot of land, with all improvements thereon, lying and li?lng
in the city of Richmond, Y.a , beclnnlne; at. a point on the. northern line of
Floyd Avenue one hundred *(100) feet east of the eastern line, of Sycamore
.Street, thence i iinninc eastwirdly .alone and fronting on the. said northarn
line of, Floyd, Avenue one hundred and seventy-five (175.) feel seven (7) Inches,
and extending back northwardiv from said front between parallel liner, one
hundred ami thirty-five (135) feet to an .alley fifteen (15) feet wide.
The improvements consist of the seven dwellings mentioned above, which
are built of the very best materials, well arranged, have all modern improve?
ments, and are'now rented to most excellent tonants.
Any one wishing to bid on one or more of these dwellings can do so, ?as,
they will be offered singly and collectively,
TERMS: Cash. . W. P. REDD, Trustee.
NOTE.?Whereas terms of above sal*, are cash, yet more favorable tern."
can he had on application to, the auctioneers.
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auction 5&al?s, i-umte SDajjp
sXlS^O^UA^IG^^
WITH valuable niPROViBMJSN'.l S
THBREON, AND WvHARF FRONT -
1NO ON JiAMTSS RIViSR .
By virtus of a trust deed_ from City
Coal Company of Richmond, Incorpo?
rated, to C. D. Wlngneld and S. 1*.
GUUam, as trustees, dated July 17(
1908, recorded In Clerk'? office of Chan?
cery Court of city of Richmond, Va.,
and anothoj- trust deed, dated Decem?
ber iL, 1910, from same grantor to
R. W. Watkins (now deceased), ua
trustee. In whose place Ben M_ Rose
bro was appointed substituted trustee,
recorded In same clerk's office, default
having been made, In payment of debts
thereby secured, and as directed by a
deore* of District Court^-.of United
States for Eastern District of Vir?
ginia, rendered March 14. 1312, In
matter of City Coal Company ot Rich?
mond, Incorporated, bankrupt, in bank?
ruptcy, whose trustee in bankruptcy
is Waltor Sydnor< the undersigned
trustees will proceed to soil at publlo
auction, on tho premises, on tho
16TH DAY OF MAY, 1912.
at 4 o'clock P. M?
the following property in the elty of
Richmond, Va, namely: All of .that
certain lot of land situated In the city
of Richmond, on tho south side of
water Street, west of Ash .Street, be?
ginning at the cast line of 8. H.
Hawer.g property, thence running e.ast
wardly along the south ride of Water
Street 180 feet it inches, titenco south
257 feet to Jam;p River, thence wejst
wardly along Jarnos River 1S2 fact 3
Inches, thence northwardly to the point
of beginning, having thereon valuable
Improvements and a wharf fronting on
James River. This sale affords a ravo
opportunity to purchase valuable prop?
erty suitable for many and varied
purposes,
TERMS: One-third of purchaao
money In cash, and residue In ff|ual
payments at six, twelve and eighteen
months, carrying interest from day of
j sale, for tvhlcii negotiable notes shall
I be given, with .leave to purchaser, at
his election, to pay all ot the pur
, chase money in cush. .Sale to be re
porlod to said court and subject to ita
confirmation, and titlo retained until
purchase inon'ey fully paid and con?
veyance order-ad by aald court.
C. D. WINGFIELD.
Trustee;
S L GILLIAM.
Trustee.
I; M. ROBEBRp, i
Substituted Trustees.
WA1VTER STDNOR.
_ Trustee.
By virtue, of two certain deeds of
irnst, hjth executed und i'cllvercd by
iiu: City Coal Company of Richmond,
incorporated, pno thereof being date?
the 26th day ol April, 1040, and ol
record in thr office of the clerk of thn
Chancery Court of the city of Rich?
mond. Va., iu D. 11. jo.-a. page 4i>,
and the other thereof being dated tho
'.''1st day of pecu'tnber, Jlilo. and als'j
of record In said clirk'a dlllco. in D. B.
209-A, wage iOa, dclault having been
mad-, in payment of debts therein and
thereby secured, aifd pursuant also to
an order ol the District Com I of the
United States tor tli" Eastern District
of Virginia; piiter?;d at Richmond on
the inn day of March. 1912, In tho
matter oi lh? said City Coal Company
of Richmond, Iticniporalod. bankrupt,
the undersigned, A K Thomas, as
trustee in inn llritt of tee above men?
tioned deeds or trust, and Ben M Roh.. -
bro. as substituted trustoj in the sei
r>nd ot r.uiil il'.eds of trust, and Walter
Sydnor, as truntc in bankruptcy of
the estate of the said bankrupt, will
sell at public auction, on Ihe premises,
on
WEDNESDAY, THE l&TH DAY of
MAY. 1912. .? O CLOCK R M .
the real estate deicrlbed as follows,
vir: All tho:.; t\yo certain Pieces or
paicejH ,,f laud, containing iwo-jtn.lffja
of an a.-ie, riiore or l?ss' (and dv.-lg
natcd as lot No. 1 and lot No 2 on Uta
plat hereinafter referred to), ivith the
improvements thereon, lying and being
?situated In the said city oi Richmond,
I Va., lot No l frtintlns 12 fs*l on tho
I north line of Moo;.. ?u-?..;, between
joitmer and fjak Streets, and <xtendlng
j ba--k northwardly between parall-l
j lines to the southern Im<- ol lot No. 2,
I affording a t-? foot eniranc? or drive.
I-.va;- to a*ld |a?t mentioned lor. and
j lot No. :: !:>?> In the re^r "f said lot
No I. as well is In the rear of what
Iis known a> Ihe "<">M African Church.''
land extend-. back to Bacon Street,
'being the same two lots or pareels'of
j land conveyed to th" s ite City Coal
Company "t nilimond. Incorporated,
i by Ellington-Guy Timber Co.. Inc.; by
I deed dated the '*>ttr, April. 1910, and
lot record In said :lerk?l office, !u D. H.
! 20J-B, p.s- |:.. to which said deed
? and tb t.ie plat recorded therewith'
[special .-?ferrn--? is h'ffeby made for a
I rnor? particular description of tho
} mei<?> md bounds of raid -.-'-ai eftat,.
TERMS. One-third of the purchase
money be paid in cv"h. and the resi?
due in "(luol payments of sfy. twelve
and eighteen month-, carrying interest
from the fiiy of r'-*I? for which nego?
tiable notes =h'ilt be given, v. Ith leave
to the purchaser, et his.: election, to
pay nil ..f the pur.-h.i.-e nion'y In cish;
the sale hereuhder to be reported to
i said United States court, in sild mat?
tier, and shall he suhlect to the ap?
proval and confirmation thereof, and
the title shall not pass to the purchas?
er until all of rh? ptir'harf money
shall have been paid and a convey?
ance ordered by =i|d court
A K 7H''MAS
Sen'M, roSEB??:'
. . ? ? walter 8ydnoe,
i_l?i!*i?*J_:JJ Aforesaid.
By ?. ir'ue of two '-itain d-e-ls of
I trust, both executed and delivered by
I the City Cot! Company of Richmond,
lhcorporatsd, one thereof hems dated
thr 30th day of April. 1910, and of
I record in the office of me clerk bf th?
'Chancery Court of the rity of Rich?
mond, Va. in D. B ?07-A, page K5,
Jand toe other thereof being dated tho
2i3t day of December, Itflu', and also
of record in said clerk's office lit D'. U.
pvS: 40'J, default Having been
marie in payment of debts tnerein and
thereby secured; and pursuant" also to
an order of the District Court of tho
Unit?;.! States lor the Eastern District
of Virginia entered at Uicnmond oil
the nth day or March. 1912, in tho
-matter of t/i" said City Coal Company
of Richmond, Incorporated, bankrupt.
Ihe undersigned, Irma Lambert Ter?
rell, as trustee in the !l!\=t or tna
abovef mentioned deeds of trust, and
;13en M. Kossbro, as substituted trus
i tee In the .second of said doeds of
trus-. and Walter Sydnor. is trusteo
In bankruptcy of the estate of th* raid
bankrupt, win sell at public auction,
on the premises, on
WEDNESDAY THE 1STH DAY OF
MAY, 191*. AT h O'CLOCK P. M.,
the. real estate described as follows,
viz:
All that certain lot of 12nd lying and
ib'.ing in the cll'y of Richmond, with all
Improvements there/m and appurte
j nances thereto belonging, oh the north
j ern line of Moore Sti-.-et. two hundred
and seventy-five t - 7.i > leel east o,f Oak
Street, more, or less, and fronting on
said Moore -Street one hundred and
twenty-nine (120) .fe?t six (6) inches,
and extending back northwardly to
Bacon's Quarter Branch three hun?
dred and sev?nty-*even (3771.feet eight
(S) inches on the eastern line, mora
or less, nnd about three hundred and
fortv C-i-lOi feet, on ihe. western line,
being tho same property conveyed 'o
the City Coal Company ' of Richmo.id.
Incorporated, by William' A, Lambert
and others by deed dated April 30.
191't, and dulv recorded In thp clerk's
office of the Richmond Chancery Court
in D. B 207-,\., page 85.
TERMS. . One-third .of IhP purchaso
aionn' to be paid in rash, and the resi?
due in eriual payments of six. twelve
and eighteen months, carrying Inter?
est from the dav of sale,, for which
ne-zotln'bie notes shall b? given, with
leave to the purchaser, at his.election,
to pay all of the pur.chise money in
cash: the Fale hereuntlor to he. reported
to said United States court. :in said
matter, and ' shall bo subject to the
approval and confirmation thereof, and
the title shall not pan? to the pur-^
chaser until all of the pnfeha/io money,
shall have been pnifl a"nd a conveyance
ordered bv said court. :;?,'.':'
IRMA LAMBERT TERRELL,
BEN M. ROSE?RO.
WALTER SYDNOR,
Trustees ao ' Aforesaid.

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