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THE ROANOKE TIMES.
tDAltii AN1> WEli ELY)
An Independent Democratic paper
devoted to the material and political
i iwrreMts Ol Roauoke and Southwest
O'-'FIfE. THIRD AVENUE AND I'lKST
TELEPHONE NUMBER, lit.
ROANOKE, V A.,. AUGUST 31.
Tue Pawtucket-Cott?u Ceuteunrv
will open September 29, and continue
one week. It will celebrate the one
hundredth anniversary of the first suc?
cessful cotton spinning by power ma?
chinery in America. To Samuel S!a
ter belongs the honor or bavin? intro?
duced the Arkwright spinning jenuy
into America. It will bo a notable
exposition and be largely attended.
Rut iu connection In us look at a
few facts. It was only natural that
New England sho dd seek to t:>c her
great water power, and for its use to
divert a share of the mother couu
try's manufacturing indi-'ries. It.
this effort New England has been suc?
cessful. So successful that nearly a
million tons of coal are shipped ftom
Norfolk to New England to supply the
deficiency caused by a lack of water
' Why should not Norfolk keep her
cotton and coal right there and make
cotton cloth" on the spot?
Why should n<>t Roanoke, when the
Roanoke and Southern is completed
double her industrial plauts hy ercctiu?
a half dozen big mills, nnd spinning and
weaving a few million yards of* cl >th
annual y? And. why wouldn't Roa?
noke be a good place to manufacture
cotton machinery tosunplv those mills?
THE RECORu Or t'tVE .MOVrai.h. j
It was a remarka ble record set forth
in The Times of yesterday mornings
Fifty seven enterprises set af?ot in five
mouths with a capital of $4,370.000.
This represent? but a part oi Roaudke's
phenomenal activity, for in it no ac?
count is taken of the enter [rises or ex?
changes of individuals.
Perhaps more than auy single fea?
ture, the lower of combination is'
? nh,viu\ In tfruwlnng list-?r i--rpTJraTj?
activity. In this feature Roanoke bus?
iness meu have set the pace 'er a sec
turn of country two hundred miles wide
and five hundred In length. No other
form of organization has yet been con?
trived which renders business opera?
tions so facile as that adopted in Roan?
oke. A few men meet, adopt a name,
acquire a charier, perfect an organiza?
tion, and business flows as u ituralh
and smoothly as it would it a year was
spent and a mile of red tape used to
hamper the limb* of enterprise. Vir?
ginia corporate laws are <-. simple a> a
business man's methods. May they
never be tangled wiih amendment?.
THE KIXOKU BREAKER.
No man is ever so good that a better
may not be fouud. No record is ever
I made than which the closet of.fnturitj
may not hold a lower cue. The be -;
? bound to b<; beaten, tie
race horse will eventually meet
jeeessfu! com; etitbr.
tj___| ? will !>e many a day bce<>e
Salvator's record 'of "^t?mile straigh fa
way, made at Moninouih Park on
Thursday1,.with 110 pounds* in 1:35J,
The fastest time ever recorded in a
content was the 1:30} of Ravel oe. and
Ten Broeck's I:3v3i. The weight was
the same that Ten Broeek carried,and
the straightaway track perhaps made
a difference of a second.
Salvator was bred at the Blmendori
. _stud of Messrs. Swigert. in Kentucky.
He was sired by imported Prince
Charlie, and out of Salvina, a daugh?
ter of the great Lexington. It is from
Lexington that he gets his staying
qualities, muscle, and ma-h ue-like
action. He has won ?115,000 iu stakes
and purses, and is now in his four
year old form. Longstreet defeated
him once and Pr?e.tor Kuott won
three races from the almost invincible
grandson of Lexington. Iiis owner.
~^^r~tl>fC!jdu, of California, will send
him next year to bis stud at Rancbo
t del Paso. He is a nark chesnut, with
? blazed face and Three white legs.
Au iuterestiug letter in another col
' umn contains some statements worth\
of atteution in Roanoke. Jolmsou City
has voted $25.000 for schools.
What will Roauoke do for her 4,110
population of school a^c? Chittanpo&a
has just appropriated $47,000 for
schools and $20.000 lor hospitals.
These are good figures from cities
-NvJjJiJit4^-i^a3okc.. are unme.tehed
Roauoke should have no children
seeking knowledge,vet denied.
A TImks reporter estimates that
600 people pass the Intersection ot
Jefferson street aud Salem avenue
every five minutes during the busy
Jiours of Saturday night. It is a con
?servative estimate. It would be a
good thing if the City Couneil would
t-ee that these much-traveiled thor?
oughfares were provided with decent
sidewalks, and if the City Couucil
wants to know what The Times con?
siders a decent sidewalk, then attention
as invited to the new sidewalk around
?The Times buil?iug.
To Deal in Real Estate.
A < harter was granted yesterday to
^?ltt?^ to -'-c^?igp^as the Real
Egtaxe Syndicate. The capital stock.
000, with power to increase to
$R0,000. The directors are: J. C. Cas?
sel!, P. C. Rawn, H. C. Maeklin, J. H.
Booke, W. C. Wilstrum, Geo. \V.
Kamsey, Leigh Ruckner, and D. H.
cott. The oflicersare: Geo. ?V. Ram
y, president: Leigh Buckner, vice
resident, and D. H. Scott secretary
(^treasurer. The purpose of the
corporation is to deal in real estate.
fThe principal office will bo in Roa?
"Will not cure evervthjng. A. B. C
nie and A. B. C. Alterative cure j
lood Diseases onlv.
The Timks office lias been removed
the new building corner Third
uc and First Jtrcct, southwest.
S0METBIS& SEW IS SAXEM.
The Conference Disturbs the Monot
ouy <>f Keal Estate.
Correspondence of The Times.
Salem, Aug.. 2ft.?For the last six or
eight months Salem has presented a
picture of intense interest. Every?
body in this little "old maid" town is
now pushing along rapidly, bent upon
some mission. They knew everybody
here twelve months since?even the
faces of the cats and dogs were fa?
miliar; but, alas, old things have
passed away and even Salen is becom?
ing new. Even the unfamiliar faces
of the gentile stranger is becoming a
familiar thing here, and a small squad
of men now does not raise the expec?
tations of a fuueral, as in former ch-ys.
But there is monotony here yet.
Everybody seems to be thinking the
same'thoiights and aimingat the same
end. The habit of talking real estate
and trading in lots and stocks seems
to partake of the old habit of the
To see a body of men busily engaged
diseasing higher education, and the
impfovments of morals of the people,
diseasing plans of doing the people of
the country good?in short a gather?
ing of men not absorbed by the boom,;
is epiiteanew thing in Salem.
The main business of the District I
conference today was looking after
the financial interests of the churches, j
the improvment of menus of grace,
and the college interests ot the church
During the afternoon session Dr.
John L. Buchanan presented in a
very interesting speech the excellence
and the interests of Xandolph-Macon
College and Academy.
Dr. Buchanan left no doubts in the
minds of the audience as to the fact
t hat the educated man is the better
prepared to meet the demands of life.
'The educated man," said he, "com?
pares with the uneducated as the
skilled laborer" does with the un?
skilled." He shov ed beautifully the
! infinite advantage of having a well
developed character, a well-defined
idea of right, and a high conception
ot honor, along with a thoroughly
Said tie: "'There are honors and
blessings and powers in this world
that eau't be estimated by dollars,
and that are far preferable to corner
lots An educated mind, a high Bense
of honor, a noble estimate of life with
i fidelity to duty are possessions that
far outshine the glitter of gold."1
He said, too, that at the Randolph
tfacon College the aim wastoawakeu
self-respect and self-reliance, honor
and principle in the hearts of the boys,
and that this was done by showing
the students that they were looked
upon and trusted as men and not
watched like slaves. By personal con?
tact the professors set example before
Mr. Buchanan is the rv-y picture of
an ideal gentleman, a thorough
scholar. He talks fluently, forcibly
The conference sessions of today
have been very interesting. SKLA.
FROM M A > Y PCI. PITS.
Order of Services In the Churches of
First Presbyterian Church: Sun?
day School at 9:80 a. m. Preaching
at 11:00 a. in. aud S p. in.
Bethany Chapel: Preaching a*
11:00 a. in. Sunday School at 3:30
Viuton : Preaching at 3.30 p. m.
Fourth Avenue Christian Church :
Sunday School at 9:80 a. in. Preach
:ngatll:00a m. and 8 p. m. by the
pasto*, Rev. C. S.Long.
Sr. John's Episcopal Church: Sun?
day s mooI 9:30 a. u. Preaching at 11
a m. and 7 p. tu. bv tlie rector, Rev.
W. H- Meade.
Lee Street Methodist Church:?
Preaching at 11 a. m. and S p. m. by
the pastor, Rev. W. T. Schooley. Sun?
day school at 2:80 p. in. A. S. Meach
tire.-ne Memorial Church.: Sunday
school at.9:30 a. in. Preaching at 11
a. in. and8 p. in. by Rev. H. C. Buch?
anan, associa re pastor.
Lutheran: The services of St. Mark's
Lutheran church will be held this
morning at the First Ward school
vhapel. The pastor. Rev. J. E. Bush
nell will preach upon the subject of
"Jethro and Muses." Sunday school
at 0:30 a. in.
Rev. J. A. Huffard will preach Sun?
day morning at Vinton.
Second Lutheran Church: Ser?
vices at 8 o'clock this evening. Ser
mou by the pastor, Rev. J. A. Hutl
Kev. 0. F. Flippo will preach in the
Roanoke Baptist Church today at 11
i. m. and 8 p. m. Sunday School at
0:30 a. in., William Gr. Evans, super
Regular services will be held at St.
Andrew's Catholic Church today,
conducted bv Rev. J. W. Lynch.
Rev. Q. F. Flippo, D. D., will de?
liver a lecture tomorrow at the hall of
fhe Young Men's Christian Associa?
tion at 4 o'clock for the special beue
tit of young men- Ajl men invited to
The Rev. William Stout, Wiarton,
< ?nr., states: After being ineffectually
treated by seventeen different doctors
lor scrofula and blood disease, I was
cured by Burdock Blood Bitters.
Write him for proof.
S. B. Durfey, mate of steamer Ari?
zona, had his foot badly jammed.
Thomas' Eclectric Oil cured it. Noth?
ing equal to it for a quick pain re?
OLD exchanges for sale at The
TIMES office: 20 cents per 100.
Wanted, 200 young men to invest a
small capital in money, and '? mfoui
to five months' time and a I . use ol
brains, and thus secure the best pos
sible investmert, one that will con
tiuue during life to yield handsom*
and ever inci easing div lewis Th
investment is better .than real estate,
even iu the Magic City, where large
returns are constar ily being realized;
bette-than Government Bonds, which
are so much sought for ; better than
houses and lands; yea. even better
than gold and silver, which so often
take to themselves wings and fly
Tliis investment, which is within
the reach of all who feel the need of i
it, will not only do nice to give you'
a fair start in life than any other, but j
the outcome of it will continue to
yield you abundantly when the active1
sphere of busy toil shall havo ceased
and declining years overtaken you'
loungmen, 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 buildin"
on the corner of Henry and Campbell
streets, which rooms are now bein~
expressly fitted and elegantly fur?
nished for the use of this popular'
school, and secure the advantages of!
a complete Business Edncation,which
can never be taken from you. ' Make
np 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. 1st, 1890.
angl3-3a wk tf
Blwp In pecc?.
Sold by Budwell, Christian & Bar
bee and all druggists. jylOtf
ihkI s|ic-dlily cure*
catarrh. \\ by <lo
you snO'pr? Oswl U
an Infallible cure.
Sold by Budwell Christian & Bar
bee, and'all druggists- jylO tf.
Q1TU ATION WANTED?By a > oung
J man 23 years old. Five jears' ex?
perience "in mercantile business.
References given and required; Satis?
faction guaranteed or no pay. Ad?
dress or apply to SAL .SMAN. Times
W ANTED.?To buv a pair of good !
W >oung horses. Call at HUGHES
& CAMP, ifri Ntlem avenue. 3x.
House on Job ust . near Franklin st.
Apply to .1 S. SKINKER,
Room 5, Didier Building.
H?R R^'NT.?Desirable office di
1 store room in TlMKS building,
corner Third aveuu ? and First Street
s. w. The best loea i'?n in the citj
For terms and particulars, apply at
this oftic*. _
pUTCHIN; ELLIS & CD., are in
' I need of some business and residence
property io suit purchasers. Li?'
with them for "tick <'<l<>? an ?28-1*
to know on what terms from
fifteen to forty gallons of milk will bei
delivered in Roauoke twice a day.
Cream and buttermilk wanted also.
Address MI I.KM \ N, Tinn-s oflieft. tf
BUTCHERS?is there any butcher
in Roanoke who will boil and de?
liver boneless ham wholesale? Ad?
dress, with price, HOTEL, Times
OIT?ATION WANTED - By a
U competent Double Entry Book?
keeper; married; with family; mid?
dle-aged. Ten years" experience with
wholesale and retail lumber. Five
years with retail hardware. Open for
engagement until October 15th. Ref
ence lirst-class. Address or apply O.
P., care Roanoke Daily Times,
THE STRONGEST Fl NAN 01 \L
I Institution in Southwest Virginia
The Roanoke Trust , Loan and Safe
Deposit company.. Capital and sur?
plus, 1860,212.00.. Pays Interest on
deposits. dec 2S-t.f
Iff ? SIC?Mrs. sT~B. Williams will
ill resume her c'asses in vocal and in?
strumental nice'*' September 16th.
Address Hotel Fc-lir. Roanoke.
HAVE YOUR DINING ROOM CEIL
iug nicely decorated in either oil
or water colors. Carr can do it.
L?IRE, LIFE, ACCIDENT, PLATE
j r Glass, Steam Boiler Inspection,
j Tornado and Rent Insurance, at office
' of Fidelity Loan and Trust Compauy,
j Salem avenue, near Jefferson street,
THOMAS LEWIS A- CO.,
* augl-lm Agents.
BOARDERS CAN BE ACCOMMO
dated at RorerPark Hotel. Nicely
j furnished rooms. Large grounds.
I Table set with the best the marke'
I affords. MRS. CRAWFORD.
I mar27-tf Propr'etoress.
j A daily from 12:U0 to 2.:J0, for 50
cents, (3 tickets $1.00) at the Ex?
change Building Cafe and Dinins
\ f?OR A FIRST-CLASS MEAL
I r served in the best of style, go to
I the Exchange Building Cafe and
I Dining Rooms. Popular prices pre
vail. NO OVERCHARGES. i\15tf
I Loieri? ? la Baaefeacia Plica
STATL OF Z ACA TEC AS, MEXICO,
A syndicate capitalists have sec ured
the concession for operating this
And have extended its business
throughout the United States
aud British America
The drawing will take place on the
27th of each month, not excepting
Sundavs and holidavs.
Below will be found a list Of the prizes
which will be drawn on
June 27th, 1890,
At Zacatecas, Mexico,
and continued monthly thereafter.
Capital Prize, $150,UOO.
100,000 Tickets at flO; Halves, $5;
Tenths, $1; American Currency.
LIST OP PRIZES:
? 1 PRIZE OP $150,000 is $150,000
1 PRIZE OF 50,000 is 50,000
? 1 PRIZE OF 25,000 is 25.00?
3 PRIZES OF 10,000 are 30,000
2-PRIZES OF 5,000 are 10,000
5 PRICES OF 2,000 are 10,000
10 P.'UZES OF "- 4.000 are 10,000
20 PRIZES OF ??? are- 10,000
200 PRIZES OF 200 are 40,000
300 PRIZES OF 150 are 45,000
500 PRIZES OF 100-are 50,000
150 PRIZES OF $150 are $22,500
150 PRIZES OP 100 are 15,^00
150 PRIZES OF 50 are 7,500
099 Terminal Prizes of 50 are 49,050
Club Rates: ? Tickets for $50.
Special Rates arranged with
AGENTS WANTED in every town
and city in United States and British
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
"I Certify that with the State
Treasurer all necessary guarantees are
deposited, assuring full payment of
all prizes of this drawing.
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.
Architect and Superintendent
Roanoke, Va. Room 6, Didier Build?
ing. All classes of public and private j
buildings. Artistic interior work, and j
decoration a specialty. jy4 to s'ep'ti
By virtue of two deeds of trust exe?
cuted by C. S. Boston, the first to
James B. Gregory, IbeiDgsubstituted
as trustee, dated September 20th, 1883,
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 tho payment
of one hundred dollars, with interest
from date, default having been made
iu the payment of the amount therein
recorded," I will sell at public auction
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1S90,
at 5 o'clock p. m., tho following de
A parcel of laud with a house there?
on, in that portion Of the city of
Roanoke, laid off by Henry S. Trout,
lying on the southwest corner of
Peach Tree and Hill streets, fronting
on Hill street 40 feet, and east to the
line of lot of Josaph 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,
uorth about 140 feet to the beginn?
Cash as to so much of the purchase
money as shall 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 Horton may direct
or as shall bo announced' upon the
day of sale. J. ALLEN WATTS.
By virtue of a deed of trust executed
to me as trustee from Mrs. M. L.
Martin and J.T. Martin, her husband,
dated January '20th. 1888, and ot
record in the clerk's office of the
Hustings court for the city of Roan?
oke, Va.. in deed book 11, page 293,
to secjre to Jacob W. M. Keeling the
pavment of the sum of $450. payable
in "3, 0, 0, 12. 1"), 18, 21. 21 and 27
months from the 20th day of January,
1888, with interest on each payment
until paid, and each payment being
in the sum of $50 each.
And, whereas, default having been
made in the two last mentioned pay?
ments, at the request of Llie benefici?
ary, the undersigned, as trustee, will
sell to the highest bidder at public
auction in front of the premises, on
Tuesday, the 0th day of September,
1890, at 5 p. m., that .certain lot or
parcel of land, together with the im?
provements thereon, lying and being
in the city of Roanoke. Yu.. bounded
and described as follows, to wit:
Beginning at the southwest corner
of Rutherford and Brooke streets,
thence with the latter 8.2? W. 135fee1
to a point: thenceN. 88? W. 1104. feet to
Commonwealth avenue: thence with
the latter 11s E. 173 feet to Ruther?
ford street; thence with the latter S.
88? E. 8 feet to the place of beginning.
Terms, cash as to the sum of $122 84
and cost of this sale anil the residue
on such terms as will be made known
on the day of sale.
J. W. BOSWELL,
au8 to septO Trustee.
GILBERT C. WALKER,
NO. 24 SALEM AVENUE.
Fine Cigars. Smoking
and Chewing Tobacco,
FRUITS and PEANUTS.
PATRONAGE S< ?LICITED.
nim? i f
W.m. F. Baker. W.m. H. Marklet.
Real Me Agents,
Have removed to 1C0 Salem Avenue,
City Property, Farms and Mineral
Lands sold. Correspondence
By virtue of a deed of trust ex
ecuted to me as trustee by W. W
Bro wDj dated May the 5th, 1800, and
of record in the "clerk's office of the
Hustings 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
months,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?
tioned note.and at the request of the
holder thereof the undersigned as
trustee will sell to the highest bidder
at public auction in front of the
premises on Friday the 5th clay of
September 1S90, at 5 o'clock P. M
that certain house and lot on the
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
Beginning at a point on the South
side of Tazewell st., 120 feet west
of Belmont Boulevard; thence with
Tazewell st. West 40 feet to a point;
thence South between parallel lines
130 feet to an alley.
Terms: The sum of $1,300 OOpayable
I in 17 payments of $80 00 each in
every four months from the 5th day
of Sept., 1800, and one pavment of
the. sum of $1000 payable in '72
months from the 5th day of Septem?
ber, 1800, each of the said payments
bearing interest from the 5th day of
May 1890, and the residue payable in
cash. . J. W. BOSWELL,
ALLEGHAN^f INSTITUTE, ROAN?
C F. JAMES, B. A., D. D., Principal.
A first-class high school for boys
and young men.
Handsome burlding, entirely new
and well equipped, on the heights
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
or University, or for" business life.
Send for catalogue, to
Principal Alleghany Institute.
jy 4 2m Roanoke, Va.
ESTABLISHED IN ROANOKE 1882.
R-GREAT CLEARANCE SALE WILL OPEN SEPT. 1?SEPT. 30.
Our large and new stock of Gold and other Watches, Solid and P ate 1 Silver Wsre, Clocks English and French
China Chinese and Japanese Goods, Artists Materials, hasels, Sketcaing Stools, Etc., alt will be reduced 25 cts. on the
dollar, for One Month Only. All credit suspended.
PJCKEN'S JEWELRY AND ART STORE,
Salsm Avano* Roam1 e, Virginia.
FINE RESIDENCE AND BUSINESS PROPERTY,
IN ANY PART OF ROANOKE. "A .- L ON OR ADDRESS.
L. L. PO WELL & COMPANY
Rcanoke, Va, Office. Stewart Building,Third Avenue, Opposite CityJPostoffice.
TR USTEE S AND COMMISSIONER'S bALE.
1'HO FE SIGNAL.
tue fidelity insurance, trust AND safe deposit company AND
THE SHENANDOAH VALLEY RAILROAD COMPANY AND OTHERS.
ARLES A. McHUOH.
\TTO RNE Y"-AT-L AW,
U11 Jefferson street.
First lloor to rear of Gray & Boswell.
J. ALLEN WATTS.
The underseigned, the Fidelity Insurance, Trusl and Safe deposit Com?
pany, trustee, under a mortgage given by the Shena'idoab Valley Railroad
Company, beariagdate April 1st, 1880, 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 oanoke, in the State of Virginia, upon the 20th
of April, 1890, and by the e'reuit court of Jefferson county, in the State of
West Virginia on the 24th day of May, 1890, and by the circuit court ol
Washington county, in the State of Maryland, on the 3rd day of .June, 1890,
will offer for sale at public auction on Tuesday, the 30th day of September,
1890, at twelve noon, upon the front steps of the court house in the city of
Roanoke, in the State of Virginia, all the right, title, und interest of the
Shecandoah 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, Rbckbbridge, Augusta, Rockingbum, Page, Warren,
and Clark in said State and through the county of Jefferson in the State of
West- Virginia and through the county of Washington in the State of Mary?
land to Hagers.town in the State of Maryland, a distance of two hundred
and thirty-nine miles more or less, together with all branches, sidings, and
other appurtenances of the said liueof railroad, with the tolls, incomes,reins,
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
property thereto belonging, and all property, real, personal and mixed, and
nil corporate powers and franchises belonging or appertaining to the Shen
andoah Valley Railroad Company.
The receiver will remain in possession of the mortgaged premises, and eon
tinueto operate the line of railroad alter the sale ami until the conveyapci
thereof. He will keep a correct account of the earning.- and income of the
premises accruing after tin- date of the sale, and if the sale shall beconlirmeo
the purchaser, on delivery of possession by the receiver, win 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 themortgaged premises, ladders
are referred to an inventory, which may be examined at the office of the re- ?
eeiver. room No. 131 Hull it t 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 j
acquire thereafter before delivery of possession.
By said decree the liens upon the premises and the order of their priority
1. Costs of suits in \ irgin'u, West Virginia and Maryland,
2. Sundry judgments which are specific liens upon detached
tracts of land in the Sratc of Virginia having priority to all
3. Outstanding receiver's certilicates and other charges un?
der the receivership....
4. Amount secured by first mortgage of April lst,lS80, having
priority over claim of Central Improvement < lompany.
~>. Amount due the Central Improvement Company.
O.Balance secured by fust mortgage of April!, 1880, post?
poned to claim of Central Improvement Company.
7. Past-due and unpaid coupons secured by mortgage of
April 5th; 1881...*..'-. 1
8. Amount of bonds issued and outstanding under mortgage
of April 5th, 1881, known as general mortgage.
0. Amount of bonds issred and outstanding under mortgage
of February 12th, 1883, 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 !'\ T. Anderson, September, .
13. Judgment in favor of F.T.Anderson, March, 188C.
14. Amount due Fidelity insurance. Trust and Safe Deposit
Company under The several Car Trusts (January, 1st, 1890)
15. Ampuntdue Maddock & Evans.
10. Amount due Johnson & Weaver.
17. Amount due C. G. Crawford.
The amounts mentioned in the foregoing schedule carry interes
This sale will be made subject to all executory contracts made
eeiver under the authority of the court, of which contracts the receiver, by
said decrees, is directed to give to the trustee and sp< ciul commissioner a full
and accurate statement, to be publicly adnotinced bj the trustee and special
commissioner at The time of sale, and subject also to any liability that may j
be established against the receiver growing out of any luwfal :icts done by
him iu his capacity of receiver or out of any suits which may be pen din
against the receiver at the time of sale, or that may he instituted against
him at any time thereafter; all such liabilities, if any, will remain a lien upon
tiie premises until discharged.
Q RIFF IN & WATTS;
iJoanoke, .... Virginia.
Office : Boom No. 5, Kirk's building,
uonior Salem avenue and Jefferson St.
Office: Corner Salem avenue and
Commerce streets, over Wertz's gro
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THOMAS W. MILLER,
ok kick?No. 10 Kirk building, over
Johnson & Johnson's Drug Store.
0. b. moomaw, 1 jno. w. woods,
Botetourt county. | Roanoke county.
IffOOMAW ?fc WOODS,
u lactiee in the courts of Roanoke
ity ana county and counties adjoining. Will
fctend trie courts of 'toanoke and Botetourt
igularly. ??ice?Salem Avenne, opposite
ewart's Furniture Store, Hoarcke. Va
ARCHER L. PAYNE,
Office on Commerce street, near Court
Special attention given to examina?
tion of titles to and matters connected
with real estate.
o. w. HAS
770,000 00 j
5,1 ii 15,595 00
15,493 30 i
l,li:j,000 00 i
750 51 !
from July ;
by the re
ANSBROUGH & WILLIAMS,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Room No. 11, - Moomaw Building, i
JelTerson Street, Roanoke, Va. \
Will practice in the Hustings court of
tin- city of Roanoke, Court of Ap?
peals of Virginia and United States
district courts. mar25-tf
EDWIN P. WRIGHT.
DENTIS 1', 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. All work guaranteed and
at moderate figures. Terms'casb.
Eye, Ear, Throat and Nose
OFFICE-rOver O'Leary, Campbell
street. my^7 Um
TERMS OF SALE,
attorney at law.
Courts: Roanoke and adjoining
counties. Office, Moomaw Building,
I JelTerson Street S. Booms :> and 4.
: janlO tf _
By the decrees hereinbefore recited, it is provided that?The s.ii'l trustee j IjR
premises herein directed to be sold to ! I'
V/. S. GREGORY,
and" special commissioner shall sell the premises herein directed fo be sold to I I' ,
the highest und best bidder, and shall require such bidder, before making! D?NliSi,
an adjudication to bun, to pay in cash the sum of $75,000, anil if the sale is |
continued by the court, the balance of the purchase-money must be paid | OFFICE? Next door to First National
one-third within three moi hs, one-third within six months, and the balance
within nine months from the date o! sale, each of sai'd deferred payments to
carry interest from the date of sale at the rate of six per cent per annum;
but t he purchaser shall have the right to anticipate the day of payment. After
the payment by the purceaser of such sum in cash as may be sufficient to
pay the costs, charges, and expenses of the complainant'** trust and of this
cause; and the indebtedness of the receiver, and the liens and indebtedness
as priorto 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 ami coupons may not
be used in payment of purchase-money as is hereiu provided for, the said
trustee ami special commissioner may receive from the purchaser or pur?
chasers, iu part payment of the purchase-money, any ot The bonds or unpaid
interest coupons, with interest thereon, in the order of their priority which
are secured by the said deeds of trust to the complainant, to or toward i.ie
payment of which the said net proceeds of such sale shall be legally applica?
ble, the amount of such bonds or coupons so to be received in parr payment
of such purchase-money to be determined and fixed at a sum which shall,
upon a proper distribution and accounting for such proceeds, be at least
equal to the share or proportion payable out of such net proceeds to such
purchaser or purchasers as the holder or holders of such bonds or coupons,
and the bonds and coupons so applied iu 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 appiie. ble 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 iu such
bonds and coupons, or by giving credit upon said equitable lieu, 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 ouce. then and there, to make a resale, or may t hen and there
publicly announce that on some other day, to be then designated, and be?
tween certain hours of the day, to be designated, 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 tune to time, in j
their discretion, until a sale shall have beed made in accordance with
provisions of this decree. _
THE FIDELITY INSURANCE, TRUST AND SAFE DEPOSIT
Bank, Salem avenue,
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JOHN C. BULLITT.
WM. J. ROBERTSON^
Solicitors for Trustees.
A. MOORE, Jr.,
OCEAN SHORE PARK HOTEL
VIRGINIA BEACH, VIRGINIA.
The Ocean Shore Park Hotel, Vir?
ginia Beach, in Princess Anne county,
Virginia, at the ocean Terminus of the
Norfolk andViririnia Beach Railroad
offers to the public a long felt want.
It is an ocean shore resort within
the means of all. The hotel is new,
being its first season, with a first class
table, large, airy rooms, and newly
THE BATHING. The surf bath?
ing is unsurpassed by any upon the
Atlantic coast. The absence of any
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 ascnip
pared with Atlantic C t n ' 1'on
ress Monroe, to have ma..y superior
natural advantages, both winter and
AMUSEMENTS. Surf and still
water bathing. Crabbing, Bowling,
T-nnis, Horse-back and Switch-back
riding may be indulged in. Music j
throughout the season. The Western
Union Telegraph Company has an
office on the Beach.
TRANSPORTATION. There are
the I seven tr-ins daily (except Sunday),
I each way between Norfolk and Yir
1 ginia Beach. Four trains each way j
on Sunday. For all other inforraa- j
GKO. H. QUACKENBOS,
Ocean Shore Park Hotel,
je9 tf. Virginia Beach, Va. I
CHENANDOAH VALLEY" RA1L
8. F. Tylkb, Receiver.
Schedule in effect June, 2, 1890.
arrive at roanoke.
5-00 p. in. Daily?Memphis Express,
i roni Hagerstown and the
north. Through Pullman
sleeping cars from New
Yori; 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 Harrisburg, Hagers?
town, Roanoke, Cleve?
land, Calera, and L. & N.
5.45 a. in. Daily?Baltimore express
from all point4* south for
and New York. Car?
ries Pullman palace
buffet sleeping car from
Roanoke to Philadelphia
without change, via Ha?
gerstown and Harrisburg
7.20 p. in. Daily?New York and
from Memphis. Chat?
tanooga and all
points south. For Phil?
adelphia and New York.
Carries Puib an Palace
buffet sleeping cars
through to Philadelphia
and New York via Roan?
oke, Hagerstown and
Ticket agents will furnish all iufor
mation and through schedules upon
0. HOWARD ROYER.
G. P. ii T. Agent- Roanoke. Va.
VORFOLK -& WESTERN Raj L
Schedule in effect May 11th, 1890
10:05 a m. Daily; arrive Bristol 4 O'i
p m. Stops at all etn
tions, connecting at Had
ford with trains on New
River Branch; arrivingPo
cahontas at 3:35 p m.
5:45 pm Daily, arrives Radford 7.20
p. m., connecting with
New'River branch at 7:35
p. in., for Bluelield and
Pocahontas: arrives Ptv;a
hontas 10:55 p. in. Arrives
Bristol 11:20 p. m., con?
necting with E. 1.. V. &
G. R. R. for all points
south and west* has
Pullman Palace Sleeper,
Roauoke to Memphis
7:55 a m Daily, arrive Radford 0:15
a m, connecting with New
River Branch, leaving
Radford 12:10 p.m.,arrives
BrisTol 12.40 p m., connects
with E. T.j V, & G. R. R.
for all points south and
west; has Pullman Palace
Sleeper from Roanoke to
New Orleans without
5:25 a m. Daffy; for Lynchbuig, Pe
tersburg, Richmond, (via
Petersburg and R. & P. R.
R.,) Norfolk and interme?
diate points; Connects at
Lynch burg with V. M. R
R. forWa&hington and 'the
east, leaving Lynchbnrg
7:40 a m daily. Arrives
Norfolk 2.00 p m connect?
ing with steamer lines to
Baltimore and New York.
7:20 p m. Daily; for Lynchburg and
10:10 a m. Daily; arrives Lynchburg
11:59 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; arrivesNor
folk 7.00 p m;
Cripple Creek Extension?Leaves
Pulaski 8:15 a m. Daily except Sun?
day, and 3:00 p in. 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 rates, routes, etc.,
W. B. Bevill,
Gen'1 Pass, and Ticket Agent
Chas. G. Eddy, vice-president.
General Offices. Roanoke. ?
jun 27 tf
Salem Avenue. - - FULL STOCK
REPAIRING PROMPTLY EXECUTED
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 tire company's
office, in the city of Roanoke, Va., on
Tuesdav, September 9, 1890.
Bv order of the president.
* S. W. JAMISON,'
ROANOKE AND SOUTHERN
Roanoke, Va., Aug. 9,1890:
A meeting of the stockholders of
the hoanoke and Southern Railway
Company will be held in the office of
the company, in the city of Roanoke,
Va., on Tuesday, September 0, 1890.
By order of the president.
S. W. JAMISON,
J.R, HUCJ A DAY,
the pion EER
REAL ESTATE AGENT
Roanoke City. Va.
105 F|rst St., S. W
First National Bank BnUdim?.
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