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[B ROANOKE TIMES.
(DAILY AND WEEKLY)
Independent Democratic paper
>ted to the material and political
"ests of Roanoke and Southwest
;inia.
iOANGKE, YA., AUGUST 19,
?he Times' telephone number is
If vou have any news call us up.
OBEY THE .ORDINANCES.
another column will he found an
srview with City Engineer Dunlap
[which he states that the records of
office are incomplete because it is
jquently the case that buildings are
ected without the necessary permits
ig been obtained from his office.
I The ordinance in respect of obtain
permits for building within the fire
lits is plain and specific. It was
(Lade for the good of the city as a cor
?>rate body. Articles J2 and 13, chap
sr 13 of General Ordinances for 1890,
ipletely cover the case at issue.
?he following extract is sufficient:
'12, Before any building shall bei
[ within the fire limits of this'
i-tite party proposing to build shall
Srst make statement to the city eusi
jeer showing size of proposed building j
md stating the kind of material of j
rbich the same is to be built. And j
io budding shall he erected within
such prescribed limits unless the city j
mgineer, after receiving such state
Iment, shall grant a permit for its erec?
tion."
Builders and property holders should I
comply strictly, with this law,as well as
with the one directiug them to obtain
the building line before beginning
operations. Failure to comply will
[lead to future litigation. It is also of
'record that fire iusurauce on irregularly
erected buildings has beeu vitiated by
such irregularity.
A DEPARTURE IN BASKING.
One of the national banks ot Port?
land, Maine, has inaugurated an inter?
esting experiment. It has established
j?ajings department in connection
with its regular businessTfv&d4n*tC?d of
receiving such deposits in trust, takes
them as demand loans and pays interest
semi-annually.
It may seem small business for na?
tional banks, but the dollar savers of
today are the merchants aud capitalists
of tomorrow. It is a wise departure.
|No movements for the material pros
jerity of the masses hare ever been so
effective as those which encourage the
foundation of fortunes through small
savings. Postal savings banks and
building associations have made the
workingmen' of Great Britain more
prosperous than those of any country
in Europe, despite the pressure of a
.Ticious system of land tenure.
^ jfvery well orgauized bank of de
might wisely establish a savings
i?firtmeni.
e Washington Post offers to
denial from Senator Hoar of his
neecb, and a retraction if he
half a dozen Republican
Senators to srgwllLwer*?Ial, but up to
date it has not beeiMlled upoa to
either deny or retract. It looks like a
worse break on the part of the aged
shay horse of Republicanism than fell
to the lot of Rev. Burchard.
The transatlantic racers are accused
of jockeying with their records. The
Teutonic is believed to have failed to
break the record, though claiming to
have'done so, If big ocean steamers
are to falsify the returns there won't be
much left to pin faith to.
Rev. Sam Small is troubled be?
cause he has no church, having fallen
by the way "between the Methodist,
Episcopal and Presbyterian churches
He may console himself with the
thought that the Founder of Christianity j
Sot along without a church. ^_ -- " ?
^^TSUiv, is doing the good work in
Japan which it has dona elsewhere in
the world. There it is supplanting the
fiery native rice brandy, called saki, as
in Russia it has ousted vodka, and as
in England and America it has lessened
the consumption of heavy liquors.
Governor Hill, of New York,
goes to Minneapolis next month and
will receive a big demonstration. If he
does the Apostle Saul,otherwise known
as St. Paul, won't write him any let
-ters? .
Texas Republicans will meet in
Siptember. There is nothing like faith
and a few offices to give encourage?
ment.
One Road that Pays.
From the Macon TolegTaph.
Georgia is the only State in the
Union that can boast of a railroad
which has made a profit of 30 per
cent, during the last year. This is the
proud record of the Wrightsville and
Tennille railroad. For the year ending
June, 30, 1890, its net earnings above
fixed charges and operating expen"?
were $36,390.24, which is a little uic
than 30 per cent, on its capital stock.
The road was built as a public enter?
prise, and the stockholders did not
calculate on any considerable return
from their investment. It has not only
proved of immense value to the re?
gion through which it passes, but is j
better than a gold mine for those who [
put their money into it.
Is*' Sliver Is Booming;.
Washington, Aug. 18.?The amount
of silver offered to the Treasury De?
partment "yesterday was 840,000
ounces. The amount purchased was
290,000 ounces, as follows: 40,000
ounces at $1.185; 50,000 ounces, at
$1.195; .200,000 ounces, at $1.1975.
Local purchases by mints from the
13th to the 16th instant, inclusive,
amount to 82,177 ounces. The price
^f^silver in London yesterday, 54
fee highest point reached
JiApx?
... fc . ' ?. ' ? ?ms .
Candidate Delainater rrosided.
I azklton, Pa., August 19.?One of
j greatest eistedfods held in the
??torv of the coalfields was that held
yesterday. George W. Delamater,
Republican candidate for governor,
presided over-the evening session,
1 said, among other things, that
i object of the party was free bal
ld to put the burden of taxes on
ions, and take it off the farm
goring men.
ABOUT THE HOTELS.
The always popular Natural Bridge
hotels will he more popular than ever
when the improvements contemplated
by the Natural Bridge Park Associa
tion are completed. "We are accom?
modating some 200 guests now," said
Colonel E. GL Peyton, the proprietor
of the hotels and the representative
of the syndicate, to The Times on
Sunday. uBut when the new hotel
is built we will take care of several
hundred more. It is our intention to
keep open the whole year round. The
opportunity for a great resort at
the bridge is unequaled by any place
in the country. It is never too warm
in summer, never too cold in winter.
The air is always bracing and the cli?
mate is a specific for hay fever. Three
hundred thousand dollars is the figure
which represents the cost of the con?
templated improvements, over and
above the purchase price of the prop?
erty." The new hotel will be built of
stone and brick, and Jts large porches
will be inclosed by glass, and steam
heated. We have already received
assurances which guarantee the suc?
cess of our w inter seasons. Consider
for a moment that we are within
twelve hours ride of New York, and
still nearer Pittsburg, Philadelphia,
Baltimore, Washington and Rich?
mond, and you will agree that we are |
well locatedv
The hotel gossiper of the Washing?
ton Post met Malcomb C. Burke, of |
Birmingham, Ala., general superin?
tendent of the Alabama State Fair
and Exposition, at the Metropolitan
the other day. "I am here," ho said,
"to invite Secretaries Blaine and
Rusk to our State fair, which opens
at Birmingham October 20. It will
be the greatest agricultural and in?
dustrial exposition ever held in our
State. The commissioner of agricul?
ture has been ordered by the Gover?
nor to prepare a display of products
on the most extensive scale, with a
view of their exhibition at the Chica?
go World's Fair after doing service at
our own exposition. Secretary Blaine
was not here, but will be invited on
his return. Birmingham has lost
none of its progressive spirit, and the
march of improvement never flags.
The census did not begin to do us
justice, because the municipal limits
embrace a very small area. We have
grown from 3,030 to li0,000 people in
the last decade.''
Mrs. Grant Consents.
Washington, D. C, Aug. If.?Con?
gressman John Quinn,-oT the Tenth
New York district, has received a re?
ply to his letter to Mrs. Grant, re?
questing her to state her wishes in re?
gard to the proposition to remove the
remains of General Grant from River?
side Park to Washington, and it is a
great disappointment to him and to
the entire New York delegation. The
widow of the great general replies
through her son, U. S. Grant, Jr.,
that she will be governed by the
wishes of the people as expressed
through Congress.
Some remarkable cures of deafness
are recorded of Dr. Thomas' Eciectric
Oil. Never fails to cure earache.
NATIONAL
Wanted, 200 young men to invest a
small capital in money, and from four
to five months' time and a fair use of
brains, and thus secure the best pos?
sible investment, one that will con?
tinue during life to yield handsome
and ever increasing dividends. The
investment is better than real estate,
even in the Magic City, where large
returns are constantly being realized ;
bette- than Government Bonds, which
are so much sought for ; better tban
houses and lands; yea, even better
than gold and silver," which so often
take to themselves wings and fly
away.
This investment, which is within
the reach of all who feel the need of
it, will not only do more to give you
a fair start in life than any other, but
the outcome of it will continue to
yield you abundantly w>hen the active
sphere of busy toil shall have ceased,
and declining years overtaken you.
Young men, would you know what
the investment is? it is simply to
secure one of the Interest-bearing
Scholarships now issued by the above
institution, permanently located in
Roanoke, and soon to "occupy the
whole of the third story in that
handsome and commodious building
on the corner of Henry and Camphell
streets, which rooms are now being
expressly fitted and elegantly fnr^
nished for the use of. this-popular
school, and spcsr&ahe advantages of
a G?SapTete Business Education,which
can never be taken from you. Make
up your minds and apply at once at
the College, opposite the Postoffice,
so that you may be registered and
ready to start with the opening of the
regular session, Sept. l6t, 1890.
augl3-2a wk tf
ROANOKE AND SOUTHERN
' RAILWAY COMPANY.
, roanoke, Va., Aug. 9, 1890.
A meeting of the directors of the
Roanoke and Southern Railway Com?
pany will be held at the company's
office, in the city of Roanoke, Va., on
Tuesday, September 9,1890.
By order of the president.
S. W. JAMISON,
auglo-S4t Secretary.
TN THE CLERK'S OFFICE OF
I the Hustings CourL, of the city of
Roanoke, on the 13th day of August,
1890.
P. C. Kelley and D. M. Richardson,
contractors, doing business under the
firm name of Kelley & Richardson,
plaintiffs, against Hugh Keogh ard
the Norfolk and Western Railroad
Company, defendants, in chancery I
and attachment.
The object of this suit is t^ attach
any money owing to the s<.iM Hugh
Keogh by the Norfolk and Western
Railroad Company, and to subject
the same, or so much thereof as is
sufficient to the payment of the debt
due by the said Hugh Keogh to the
complainant. A_ud an affidavit hav?
ing been made and Sled that the de?
fendant, Hugh Keogh, is not a resi?
dent of the State of Virginia, it is
ordered that he do appear here, with?
in fifteen days after due publication
hereof, and do what may be necessarv
to protect his interest in this suit.
And it is further ordered that a copy
hereof be published once a week tor
four week in the Roj noke Daily Times
and that a copy be posted at the
front door of the court house of this
city on the first day of" the next term
thereof.
S. S. BROOKE,
Clerk.
A copy?Teste:
Rot B. Smith, P. Q. auglo,th4t i
MONEY TO LOAN i
TILE PEOPLES' PERPETUAL
ASSOCIATION
will lend money on long time and easys
payments. Shares may be taken at [
anytime. Apply to
WM. F. WINCH.
SSefcretfery and tiltytsorer.
Room 1, Maaonio TCmpte. tf.
WANTED.
FARMERS, ATTENTION?Wanted
I to know on what terms from
fifteen to forty gallons of milk will be
delivered in Roanoke twice a day.
Cream and buttermilk wanted also.
Address MILKMAN, Times office, tf
BUTCHERS?Is there any butcher
in Roanoke who will boil and de?
liver boneless ham wholesale? Ad?
dress, with price, HOTEL, Times
office. tf
OR RENT. ? Three convenient
rooms on lower floor. Apply to
W. D. BOOTH, C17Second ave., n. w.
augl5-5t.
QTRAYEO OR STOLKN PROM
J pasture. A closely made hay horse,
six years old, with black points. Any
information, or return of horse to W.
C.William-' Stuhles wi'l he rewarded
DR. R. GORDON SIMMONS.
augl5-?t
GENTLEMAN und~w7fe desire Room
and Board in a private family.
Address, J. W. C, TlMKS office.
THE STRONGEST FINANCIAL
Institution in Southwest Virginia
The Roanoke Trusl, Loan and Safe
Deposit company. Capital and sur?
plus, $300,212.00. Pays interest on
deposits. dec 95-tf.
MUSIC?Mrs. L. B. Williams will
resume her classes in vocal and in?
strumental music September ICth.
Address Hotel Felix, Roanoke.
angO-th&S-tf.
HAVE YOURDINING ROOMCEIL
ing nicely decorated in either oil
or water colors. Carr can do it.
marfitf_
ROOM AND BOx\RD IN A DE
lightful locality, 400 Fourth ave
nue, S. W._ niySQ tf
FIRE, LIFE, ACCIDENT, PLAT Ii
Glass, Steam Boiler Inspection.
Tornado and Rent Insurance, at office
of Fidelity Loan and Trust Company,
Salem avenue, near Jefferson street,
Roanoke, Va.
THOMAS LEWIS & CO.,
augl-lm Agents.
BOARDERS CAN BE ACCOMMO
dated at RorerPark Hotel. Nicely
furnished rooms. Larjje grounds.
Table set with the best the marke'
affords. MRS. CRAWFORD.
..mar27-tf Proprietress.
1 FIRST-CLASS DINNER SERVED
A daily from 12:30 to 2.30, for 31
cents, (3 tickets $1.00) at the Ex?
change Building Cafe and Dining
Rooms._jyl5tf
170R A FIRST-CLASS MEAl
" served in the best of style, go tc
the Exchange Building Cafe and
Dining Rooms. Popular prices pre
vail. NO OVERCHARGES. ivlStf
GRAND DRAWING
OF THE
Loteri? 'is la BeReficencia Pa?lics
OF THE
STATE OF ZACATECAS, MEXICO.
A syndicate capitalists have secured
the concession for operating this
LOTTERY
And have extended its business
throughout the United States
and British America.
The drawing will take place on tho
27th of each month, not excepting
Sundavs and holidays.
Below will be found a list of the prize,
which will be drawn on
June 27th. 1890,
At Zacatecas, Mexico,
and continued monthly thereafter.
Capital Prize, $15O,O00.
100,000 Tickets at $10; Halves, $5
Tenths, $1; American Currency.
LIST OF PRIZES:
1 PRIZE OF $150,000 is $150,(XX
1 PRIZE OF 50,000 is 50,00C
: 1 PRIZE OF 25,000 is 35.00(
3 PRIZES OF 10,000 are 30,00t
2 PRIZES OF 5,000 are 10,00(
5 PRIZES OF 2,000 are 10,001
10 PRIZES OF 1,000 are 10,00(
20 PRIZES OF 500 are 10,001
200 PRIZES OF 200 are 40,001
800 PRIZES OF 150 are 45,00C
500 PRIZES OF 100 are 50,00(]
APPROXIMATION PRIZES.
150 PRIZES OF $150 are $23,500
150 PRIZES OF . 490 are' ' 15,?0C
150 PRIZES OF 50 are 7,500
909 Terminal Prizes of 50 are 40,030
2492 $524,050
Club Rates: 0 Tickets for $50.
Special Rates arranged with
Agents.
AGENTS WANTED in every town
and city in United States and British
America.
The payment of prizes is guaranteed
by a special deposit of live hundred
thousand dollars ($500,000), with the
State Government, and approved by
Jesus Arechiga, Governor.
Drawing under the personal super?
vision of Lie. Herminio Arteaga, who
is appointed by the Government as
Interventor.
"I Certify that with the State
Treasurer all necessary guarantees are
deposited, assuring full payment of
all prizes of this drawing.
"Herminio, Argteaha,
. "Intervencor."
IMPORTANT.
Remittances must be either by New
York Draft, Express or Registered
Letter, American money. Collections
can be made by Express Companies or
Banks. Tickets sent direct to manage?
ment will be paid by drafts on New
York, Montreal, St. Paul, Chicago,
San Francisco or City of Mexico. For
further information address
JUAN PIEDAD, Manager.
mv21-lv * Zacatecas Mexico.
THE ROANOKE
GEO. P. CARR, Profk.
Sole Wholesale Dealer and Bottler
of The Celebrated Fass Schneider's
Beer, The Bergner & Engle Phila.
Export Beer, India Pale Ale, Por'er
and Brown Stout, also manufacturer
of Soda Water, Sareaparilla, Ginger
Ale and Seltzer and Vichy Waters,
etc., etc. _aug!3-30t
OANOKE AND SOUTHERN
RAILWAY COMPANY.
R
Roanoke, Va., Aug. 9, 1890.
A meeting of the stockholders of J
the Roanoke and Southern Railway!
Company will be held in the office of j
the company, in the city of Roanoke,
Va., on Tuesday, September 0, 1800.
By order of the president.
S. W. JAMISON,
anglO~S4t _Secretary.
ipHE MEDICAL EXAMINING
j- BOARD OF VIRGINIA
meet at tho ROCKBRIDGE ALUM
TGS, SEPT. 2nd, 1600. All applicants for
ates to practice medicine in Virginia,
' icsrteci to be prompt in attendance and
R. PAULUS A. IRVING,
Secretary.
TRUSTEE'S SALE
-OF
CITY PROPERTY.
By virtue of two deeds of trust exe?
cuted by C. S. Boston, the first to
JumesB. Gregory, Ibeingsubstituted
as trustee, dated September 26th, 188:5,
to secure to Julius Oliver the pay?
ment of one hundred dollars with in?
terest from date, and the record dated
December 7th, 1888,to me as trustee to
secure to Julius Oliver the payment
of one hundred dollars, with interest
from date, default having been made
in the payment, of the amount.therein
recorded, 1 will sell at public auction
on
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1890,
at 5 o'clock p.m., the following de
cribed property:
A parcel of land with a house there?
on, in that portion of the city of
RoanoUjC, laid off by Henry S. Trout,
lying ou the southwest corner of
Bench Tree and Hill streets, fronting
on Hill street -10 feet, and east to the
line of lot of Joseph Martin, thence
with said Martin's line, south about
140 feet to an alley, thence with said
alley, west 40 feet to Peach Tree
street, thence with Peach Tree street,
north about MO feet to the beginn?
ing
TERMS'
Cash as lt> so much of the purchase
money as Bhall be necessary to pay all
costs and charges incident to the exe?
cution of this trust, and the amount
of money with interest that remains
unpaid. The balance upon such
terms as the said Borton may direct
or as shall be announced upon the
day of sale. J. ALLEN WATTS.
augl2toseptl4. Trustee.
TRUSTEE'S SALE
By virtue of a deed of t rust executed
. to me as trustee from Mrs. M. L.
Martin and J.T. Martin, her husband,
dated January 20th, 1sss, and of
record in the clerk's office of the
? Hustings court for the city of Roan
? oke, Va., in deed book 11, page 293,
I to secure to Jagpb W. M. Keeling the
? payment of the sum of $450, payable
[ in "3, C>, 9, 12. 15, 18, 21, 21 and 27
months from the 20th day of January,
1888, with interest on each payment
' until paid, and each payment being
1 in the sum of $50 each.
' And, whereas, default having been
made in the two last , mentioned pay
, ments, at the request of the benefici?
ary, The undersigned, as trustee, will
sell to the highest bidder at public
auction in front of the premises, on
Tuesday, the 9th day of September,
1890, at 5 p. in., that certain lot or
I parcel of land, together with the im
I provements thereon, lying and being
in the city of Roanoke. Va.. bounded
and described as follows, to wit:
. Beginning at the southwest corner
of Rutherford and Brooke streets.
I thence with rhe latter S. 2? W. 135feet
to a point: thenceN.880 \V? 1104 feet to
Commonwealth avenue; thence with
the iatter N.410 E. 17:; feet to Ruther?
ford street; thence with the latter S.
: S8? E. 8 feet to the placeof beginning.
Terms, cash as to the sum of $122 84
and cost of this sale and the residue
. on such terms as will be made known
> on the day of sale.
J. W. B((SWELL,
anStosept!) Trustee.
NO. 24 SALEM AVENUE, "
dealer i.v
Fine Cigars, Smoking
and Chewing Tobacco.
FRUITS and PEANUTS.
PATRONAGE SOLICITED.
AUSfltf
, I W.m. F. Bakkr. Wm. H. Markxey.
Have removed to 100 Salem Avenue,
S. W.,
ROANOKE, VIRGINIA.
! City Property, Farms and Mineral
Lands sold. Correspondence
ap3-tf Solicited.
TRUSTEE'S SALE
By virtue of a deed of trust ex
ecuted to me as trustee by W. W
Brown, dated May t}ie 5th, 181)0. and
of record in the clerk's office of the
Hastings Court for the city of Roan?
oke, Va., to secure to C. A. Moomaw
the payment of the sum of ?1,500.00
payable as follows: One note of
$50.00 payable in sixty days, eighteen
notes of $80 00 each payable every four
uionths.and one note of $10.00 payable
in seventy-six months after date, with
interest on each note until paid.
And whereas, default having been
made in the payment of the first men
j tioned note.and at the request of the
I holder thereof the undersigned as
. trustee will sell to the highest bidder
at public auction in front of the
i premises on Friday the 5th day of
l September 1890, at 5? o'clock 1VM.
I that certain house and lot on the
J South side of Tazewell St., in the
City of Roanoke, Va., described as
follows to wit: Lot No. 7 in section 3,
as shown on map of Belmont Land j
Company'.
Beginning at a point on the South!
side of Tazewell St., 120 feet west |
of Belmont Boulevard; thence with
I Tazewell st- West 40 feet to a point;
I thence South between parallel line61
! 130 feet to an alley,
i Terms: The sum of $1,300.00 payable
; in 17 payments of $?0 00 each in |
i every four months from the 5th day
!of Sept., 1890, and one payment,of |
j the sum of $10 00 payable in 7?
! months from the 5th day of Septem
ber, 189?, each of the said payments
j bearing interest from the 5th day of
' May 1890, and the residue payable in
cash. J. W. BOSWELL,
2taw 4w . Trustee.
ALLEGHANY INSTITUTE, ROAN"
OKE, VIRGINIA.
C. F. JAMES, B. A., D. D., Principal.
A first-class high school for boys]
and young men.
Handsome building, entirely new,
and well equipped, on the heights j
overlooking Roanoke. Pure water,
pure air and healthful location. Build?
ing heated by steam and supplied
with bath rooms. Full corps of ex?
perienced teachers. Students pre?
pared for advanced classes of College j
or University, or for business life.1
Send for catalogue,, to
Principal Alleghany Institute.
jy 4 2m Roarioltfe, Va. I
FOR BARGAINS IN REAL ESTATE!
FINE RESIDENCE ?ND BUSINESS PROPERTY,
IN AMY PART OF ROANOKE. CALL ON OR ADDRESS.
L. L. POWELL & COMPANY
met-. 11
Roanoke. Va. Office, Stewart Building, Third Avenue, Opposite City Postoffice,
TRUSTEES AND COMMISSIONER'S SALE.
the fidelity insurance, trust and safe deposit company anj)
others
versus
THE SHENANDOAH VALLEY RAILROAD COMPANY AND OTHERS.
PROFESSIONAL.
QHARLES A. McHUGH,
ATTORN EY AT-LAW,
110 Jefferson street.
First iioor to rear of Gray & Boswell.
6. griffin.
j. allen watts.
The underseigned, the Fidelity Insurance, Trust und Sah; deposit Com?
pany, trustee, under a mortgage given by the Shenandoah Valley Railroad
Company, bearing date April 1st, 1?S0, and A. Moore, jr, esq.', special com?
missioner, by virtue of a decree entered in the above-entitled cause by the
circuit court of the city of Roanoke, in the State of Virginia, upon the 2<ith
of April, 1800, and by the circuit court of Jefferson county, in the ^tate of
West Virginia on the 24th day of May, 1800, und by the circuit court, of
Washington county, in the State of Maryland^ on tile 3rd day of June, 1800,
will offer for sale at public auction on Tuesday, the 30th day of September,
1800, at twelve noon, upon the front steps of the court house in the city of
Roanoke, in the State of Virginia, ail the right, title, and interest of the
Shenandoah Valley Railroad Company in and to its entire line of Railroad
extending from Roanoke, in the State of Virginia, through the counties of
Roanoke. Botetourt, Rockbbridge, Augusta, Rockingham, Page, Warren,
and Clark in said State and through the county of Jefferson in the State of I
West Virginia and through the county of Washington in the State of Mary-!
land to Hagerstown in the State of Maryland, a distance of two hundred
and thirty-nine miles more or lens, together with all branches, sidings, and j
other appurtenances of the said line of railroad,with the tolls, incomes, rents,]
issues,and profits thereof, and all its real estate.rights of way, easements,fix
tares; rolling stock, machinery, tools and equipments, and all other personal j
property thereto belonging, and all property, real, personal and mixed, and
all corporate powers and franchises belonging or appertaining to the Shen
[andouh Valley Railroad Company.
The receiver will remain in possession of the mortgaged premises, and con?
tinue to operate thp line of railroad after the sal e and uutil the conveyance
Thereof. He will keep a correct, account, of the earnings jand income of the
premises accruing after the date of the sale, and if the sale shall be confirmed
the purchaser, on delivery of possession by the receiver, will he entitled to
receive the net income and earning accruings subsequent to the date ol sale,
and the proceeds of such income and earnings.
For a more full and detailed description of the mortgaged premises, bidders
are referred to an inventory, which may be examined at the office of the re?
ceiver, room No. 131 Bullitt Building.Philadelphia. The premises to be sold
include all additions made or to be made by the receiver, and all railroad
supplies which the receiver may have on hand at the time of sale, or may
acquire thereafter before delivery of possession.
By said decree the liens upon the premises and the order of their priority
are?
1. Costs of suits in Virginia, West Virginia and Maryland,
2. Sundry judgments which are specific liens upon detached
tracts of laud in the State of Virginia having priority to all
mortgage liens.
3. Outstanding receiver's certificates and other charges un?
der the receivership.
4. Amount secured by first mortgage of April lst,1880, having
priority over claim of Central Improvement Company. 5,065,595 00
5. Amount due the Central Improvement Company.
G.Balance secured by lirst mortgage of April 1, l?u, post?
poned to claim of Central Improvement Company.
7. Past-due and unpaid coupons secured by mortgage of
April 5th, 1881.'.. 1,535,493 30
8. Amouut of bonds issued and outstanding under mortgage
of April 5th, 1881, known as general mortgage.
9. Amount of bonds issued and outstanding under mortgage
of February 12th, 188:!, known as the income mortgage.
10. Judgment in favor of S. P. H. Miller.
11. Judgment in favor of J. E. Moose.
12. Judgment in favor of F. T. Anderson, September, 1835.
13. Judgment in favor of F. T. Anderson, March, 1886.
14. Amount due Fidelity Insurance, Trust and Safe Deposit
Company under the several (far Trusts l January* 1st, 1890) 035,522 54
15. Amount due Maddock & Evans..".. 410 (12
16. Amount due Johnson & Weaver. 138 09
17. Amount due C. G. Crawford. 756 51
The amounts mentioned in the foregoing schedule carry interest from July
1st, 1800.
This sale will be made subject to all executory contracts made by the re?
ceiver under the authority of the court, of which contracts the receiver, by !
j said decrees, is directed to" give to the trustee and special commissioner a full
and accurate statement, to be publicly adnounced by the trustee and special
[commissioner at the time of sale, and subject also to any liability that may
I be established against the receiver growing out of any lawful acts done by
[him in his capacity of receiver or out of any suits which may.be pending
[against the receiver at the time of sale, or that may be instituted against
him at any time thereafter; all such liabilities, if any, will remain a lien upon
the premises until discharged.
QRIFFIN & WATTS;
A TTORNE YS-AT-L AW,
Roanoke, - - Virginia.
Office : Room No. 5, Kirk's building,
corner Salem 'avenue and Jefferson St.
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A.R
STAPLES,
a TTORNE Y-AT-la w,
Roanoke, Va.
Office: Corner Salem avenue and
Commerce streets, over Wertz's gro?
cery, my 14 tf.
WHOM A W. MILLER,
At i or i ley-at-Law.
Office?No. 10 Kirk building, over
Johnson A' Johnson's Drug Store.
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c. B. MOOMAW, I JNi). W. WOODS,
Botcfuirt county. | Roanoke county.
OOMAW & WOODS,
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW
.i u racticc in the courts of Roanoke
city anu county and counties adjoining. Will
attend the courts of loanoke and Botetourt
egularly. Office?Salem Avenne, opposite
to wart's Furniture Store, hoar eke. Va
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|25,507 14
770,000 00
91,337 09
584,265 25
1,113,000 00
2,209,000 00
54 33
10,415 20
29 73
1,347 98
ARCHER L. PAYNE,
attorne y-at-la w,
Roanoke, Va.
Ollice on Commerce street, near Court
House.
Special attention given to examina?
tion of titles to and matters connected
with real estate.
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hansbrough.
sam.
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g. williams.
ANSBROUGH & WILLIAMS,
SHENANDOAH VALLEY RAIL
ROAD.
S. F. Tfleb, Receiver.
Schedule in effect June, 2, 1890.
arrive at roanoke.
5 00 p. m. Da?y?Memphis Express,
from Hagerstown and the
north. Through Pullman
sleeping cars from New
York and Philadelphia to
Chattanooga and Mem?
phis via Harrisburg, Ha?
gerstown and Roanoke
.40 a. m. Daily? New Orleans ex?
press from New York,
Philadelphia and Balti?
more, making connection
through to the south
Carries through Pullman
palace buffet sleeping car
from Philadelphia to New
Orleans without change
via Harrisbnrg, Hagers?
town, Roanoke, Cleve?
land, Calera, and L. & N.
R. R.
leave roanoke.
5.45 a. m. Daily?Baltimore express
from all point* south for
Washington, Baltimore,
Harrisburg, Philadelphia
and New York. Car?
ries Pullman palace
buffet sleeping car from
Roanoke to Philadelphia
without change, via Ha
gersiown and Harrisburg
7.20 p. in. Daily?New York and
Philadelphia express,
from Memphis. Chat?
tanooga and all
points south. For Phil?
adelphia and New York.
Carries Pullu an Palace
buffet sleeping cars
through to Philadelphia
and New York via Roan?
oke, Hagerstown and
Harrisburg.
Ticket agents will furnish all iufor
mation and through schedules upon
application to
O. HOWARD ROYER.
G. P. & T. Agent, Roanoke. Va.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Room No. 11, - Mooiuaw Building,
Jefferson Street, Roanoke, Va.
Will practice in the Hustings court of
the city of Roanoke, Court of Ap?
peals of Virginia and United States
district courts. mar25-tf
DR. EDWIN P. WRIGHT.
DENTIST, late of Richmond, Va.
Office in Didier Building, cor. Jeffer?
son and Campbell streets.
Special attention to bleaching dis?
colored teeth by a process of his own
invention. Alf work guaranteed and
at moderate figures. Terms cash.
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TERMS OF SALE.
J KINNEY, M. D
Eye, Ear, Throat and Nose
practice limited to
OFFICE
street.
-Over O'Leary, Campbell
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W.
0. HARD AW AY,
attorney at law.
Courts: Roanoke and adjoining
counties. Office, Mooiuaw Building,
Jefferson Street S. Rooms 3 and 4.
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W. S. GREGORY,
DENTIST,
By the decrees hereinbefore recited, it is provided that?The said trustee
and special commissioner shall sell the premises herein directed to be sold to
the highest and best bidder, and shall require such bidder, before making
an adjudication to him, to pay in cash the sum of $75,000, and if the sale is j OFFICE?Next door to First National
confirmed by the court, the balance of the purchase-money must be paid j Bank Salem avenue,
one-third within three months, one-third withiusix months, and the balance
witliiu nine months from the date of sale, each of said deferred payments to
carry interest from the date of sale at the rate of six per cent, per annum
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Roanoke, Va.
but the purchaser shall have the right to anticipate the day of payment. After
the payment by the pureeaser of such sum in cash as may be sufficient to
VIRGINIA BEACH, VIRGINIA.
The Ocean Shore Park Hotel, Vir
ginia Beach, in Princess Anne county,
Virginia, at the ocean terminus of the
Norfolk andVirginia Beach Railroad
to OTAN ?HriRPARK HflTFl
pay "the costs, charges, and expenses of the complainant's trust and of this j UuMli UilUIlEj riilUi flUliJlJ
cause, and the indebtedness of the receiver, and the liens and indebtedness j
as prior to the first mortgage, and for the payment of the pro rata dividend
out of the net proceedes of sale for distribution that may be due to those
beneficiaries under the said trust deeds, whose bonds and coupons may not
be used in payment of purchase-money as is herein provided for, the said
trustee and special commissioner may receive from the purchaser or pur?
chasers, in part payment of the purchase-money, any of the bonds or unpaid j offers to the public a long-felt want,
interest coupons, with interest thereon, in the order of their priority which j It is an oceau shore resort within
are secured by the said deeds of trust to the complainant, to or toward the ; the means of all. The hotel is new,
payment of which the said net proceeds of such sale shall be legally applica-' being its lirst season, with a first class
ble, the amount of such bonds or coupons so to be received in part payment tnble, large, airy rooms, and newly
of such purchase-money to be determined and fixed at a sum which shall, furnished throughout,
upon a proper distribution and accounting for such proceeds, be at least THE BATHING. The surf bath
equal to the share or proportion payable out of such net proceeds to such ing is unsurpassed by any upon the
purchaser or purchasers as the holder or holders of such bonds or coupons, Atlantic coast. The absence of any
and the bonds and coupons so applied in satisfaction of the purchase-money
shall be treated as a payment thereof to the extent of such application.
In case the Central Improvement Company, or its representatives, shall
become the purchaser of the property herein ordered to be sold, it shall be
lawful for such a purchaser to make payment of so much of the purchase
money as is applicnble to the equitable lien of the Central Improvement
Company, by receipting for such amount upon account of such lien.
If any question shall arise as to the proportion of the purchase-money that
must be paid in cash and the proportion thereof that may be paid in such
bonds and coupons, or by giving credit upon said equitable lien, application
may be made to the court to have the same determined.
In case of the failure of any bidder to comply with the terms of sale that
are to be complied with on the day of sale, and before a final adjudication to
such bidder, the trustee and special commissioner may reject the bid, and
proceed at once, then and there, to make a resale, or may- then and there
publicly announce that on some other day, to be then designated, and be?
tween certain hours of the day, to be oesignated, they will, at the same
place, make a sale of the premises under the decree without further adver
ment, and theymay make the same accordingly. And the trustee and special
commissioner shall have power to adjourn the sale from time to time, in
their discretion, until a sale shall have heed made in accordance with the
provisions of this decree
THiV urnRT.TTV 1
THE FIDELITY INSURANCE, TRUST AND SAFE DEPOSIT.*,.
COMPANY, TRUSTEE. '
A. MOORE, Jb.,
Special Commissioner.
JOHN C. BULLITT,
WM. J. ROBERTSON,
Solicitors for Trustees.
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S.
NO.
jan 9
S. S HAFER
--JEWELER,
Salem Avenue. - - FULL STOCK
REPAIRING PROMPTLY EXECUTED
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undertow being a marked feature.
The temperature of the water is
warmer, and the bathing more pro?
longed than on the New Jersey, or
Long Island Coast.
HEALTH RESORT. As a health
resort, it has been pronounced as com?
pared with Atlantic Citv and Fort?
ress Monroe, to have many superior
natural advantages, both winter and
summer,
AMUSEMENTS. Surf and still
water bathing, Crabbing, Bowling,
Tennis, Horse-back and Switch-back
riding may be indulged in. Music
throughout the season. The Western
Union Telegraph Company has an
office on the Beach.
TRANSPORTATION. There are
seven trains daily (except Sunday),
each way between Norfolk and Vir?
ginia Beach. Four trains each way
on Sunday. For all other informa?
tion address
GEO. H. QUACKENBOS,
Ocean Shore Park Hotel,
je9 tf. Virginia Beach, Va.
NORFOLK & WESTERN RAIL
ROAD.
Schedule in effect May 11th, 1890
WEST BOUND.
leave roanoke.
10:05 a m. Daily; arrive Bristol 4 01
p m. Stops at all sta
tions, connecting at Rad
ford with trains on New
River Branch; arrivingPo
cab on t as at 3:35 p m.
5:45 pm. Daily, arrives Radford 7.20
p. m., connecting with
New River branch at 7:35
p. mi., for Bluefield and
Pocahontas; arrives Po^a
hontas 10:55 p. m. Arrives
Bristol 11:20 p. m., con?
necting with E. 1., V. &
G. R. R. for all pnnts
south and west' has
" Pullman Palace Sleeper,
Roanoke to Memphis
without change.
7:55 a m Daily, arrive Radford 9:15
a m, connecting with New
River Branch, leaving
Radford 12:10 p.m.,arrives
Bristol 12.40pm., connects
with E. T., V. & G. R. R.
for all points south and
west; has Pullman Palace
Sleeper from Roanoke to
New Orleans without
change.
EAST BOUND.
leave roanoke.
Dafly; for Lynchbtng, Pe
tersburg, Richmond, (via
Petersburg and R. & P. R.
R.,) Norfolk and interme?
diate points; Connects at
Lynchburg with V. M. R
R. for Washington and the
east, leaving Lynchburg
7:40 a m daily. Arrives
Norfolk 2.00 p m connect?
ing with steamer lines to
Baltimore and New York.
Daily; for Lynchburg and
intermediate stations.
L^aily; arrives Lynchburg
5:25 a m.
7:20 p m.
10:10 a m.
TO CONTRACTORS.
IF TOO WAIT TO IKE HE! INVEST
ROANOKE REAL ESTATE.
FOR EXAMPLE :
Three lots bought for 17,000 five months ago, sold for
$35,000 last weeK
Similar Instances Numerous*
Bids for constructing approaches
to bridges over the Norfolk and West?
ern and Shenandoah Vnlley rnflronfh-.
at Randolph, Henry ami l'.t I. sir. eis.
in Roanoke City, Va? whi be received
until 12 o'clock, noon, August 4th,
1890.
Plans and specifications may be
seen in the office of the City Engineer
in Court House building.
Address bids to James A. M'Connell,
Chairman Bridge Committee, Roan?
oke City, Va., jtnd endorse on envel?
opes, "Bid for Henry Street ap
59 a m, connecting with
V. M. R. R. for all points
north, arriving Washing?
ton 7:05 p m; arrives Pe?
tersburg 4:20 p.m; arrives
Richmond, via R. & P. R.
R., 5:05 p m; arrives Nor?
folk 7.00 p m;
Cripple Creek Extension?Leaves
Pulaski 8:15 a m. Daily except Sun?
day, and 3:00 p m. Daily, arrive Ivan
hoe 9:45 a m and 4:30 p m.
Clinch Valley Extension (in opera?
tion Aug. 3, to St. Paul, 81 miles)?
Leave Bluefield 8:10 a m, daily; arrive
St. Paul 12:55 p m.
All inquiries as to rate?, routes, etc.,
promptly answered.
W. B. Bevill,
Gen'l Pass, and Ticket Agent
Chas. G. Eddy, vice-president.
General Offices. Roanoke.
OFFICES FOR RENT,
ROOMS FOR RENT.
Offices and Rooms for rent in th?
City Hotel Building, which has recently
been converted Into an office buildinj
BEST LOCATION-KT^fiTY.
Management intend putting a passenge;
elevator in the building.
Electric lights and gas in all rooms
For terms, apply to
L. L. Powell & Co.,
Opposite Postoffice.
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proaches," "Bid for Randolph Street
O^rnnnhao ? ??Bid for Park Street ap
Bids
B3
approaches,
proaches," as the case may be.
must be for approaches to each
bridge, separately.
The City Council reserves the right
to reject any and all bids No money
will be paid until approaches are com?
pleted, and accepted by the engineer
in charge, acting for the city. By
order of City Council for City of
Roarmkfl. Yaf
0. A. HEATH,
The weM-known Jefferson Street
BARBER,
FRANCIS B. KEMP * CO
Real Estate Agents,
igents for all kinds of property, improved cod unimproved, city andsrrrb urban Room in basenrstat
Has opened a Barber Shop in Hotel
Roanoke.
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The Citizens Banfe of Boanoie
Roanoke, Virginia.?
Salem Avenue, between Jefferson
and Henry Street*,
J. B. Levy, President. Late cashier
Commercial Bank, Roanoke, Va.
John Ott, Cashier. Late cashier
City Bank, Richmond, Va.
Accounts of banks, bankers, corpus
ations, merchants, and individuals
solicited. Our faculties for doing a
general banking business are equal to
to any banking house in Virginia.
Collections a specif ty and prompt
remittances mad^' ! allowed
on time deposits SlCTICAL ~ *ra-tf
J.R, HOC
m Fitters
InV Hot Water or Hot
SCOUTING.
105 Fl
First Natio:
iFFERSON ST.,
- - virginia.
srfully given oh ibis line )
of w?rk. je'? 6m

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