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SI) WEEKLY)' /
gt Democratic paper
aterial and political
'inoke aud Southwest
THIRD AVENCfi AND FIK5T
y STIiEET. SOUTHWEST.
TELEPHON E NUMBER 124.
.iOANOKE, VA., SEPTEMBER 14.
HEDGE HIM WI'HJ DIGNITY.
Tbe niovcRieut; stuvLed in The
j Times yesterday morhing'in favor of
divorcing the police court from the
mayor's office, has* met with a surpris?
ing unanimity::of sentiment. Mayor
Evaus hit the nail on the head wren
he tersely said'^."'.'Via in in favor of it,
not from any selfish staod-point, but
because there should be more dignity
iu the chief office of a city of Roauoke's
It is true. The chief executive offi?
cer of Roanoke is each day thown more
f "soutact with the worst element of
? y than ho is Kith the law-abid
md peaceful. He .must rejoice
~"*ien Sunday comes, that there is cne
day when he may dwell apart from
misery and crime. But what a load of
duty he assumes. lie is not only
mayor, but a police justice. He com?
bines the functions of such an official
as the mayor of New York city with
the all-around duties of a Mexican vil?
Whatever charter amendments are
required to separate from the mayor's
office all judicial powers, and restore to
the position its natural aud proper ex?
ecutive strength, should be pushed
through tin very next ses-ion of the
The establishment of a police court.
wii.li a justice whose jurisdiction should
extend to the city limits aud embrace
all petty crimes, would be a blessing to
?.he city. The position should have a
I-Wmanency which would free it from
; feitic^wtBiiUiPfi' Mj^would be not
T^fyscif-supporting, bmSrinjld 3ieltl a
revenue toward the support of the po
lice force. A competent, faithful, and
firm police magistrate will do morcto
w?^jp^f&&flWf^Jrkx; 1 v.*Bfree 1 s aud
\'.-c: !;' up '. w d'.vf- can be iro
On the other hand, the mayor fteed
from vexatious aud annoying exac?
tions, can exercise the duties of his
office more satisfactorily to himself and
to the city. Next year several hun?
dred thousand dollars are tobespeut
in municipal improvements. Instead
6f dealing with $3 drunks the maj or
should be attending to $10,000 con?
tracts. He cannot do both.
Roanoke is to be a city of conven?
tions, of distinguished visitors and dele
jibaiions. The official head of the city
I Vhould le the one to receive and to
I 'Jreside. Picture him descending from
i Iis miserable office and court room
* Iyer a lath and plaster station house
m receive, for instance, the visiting del?
ates to the Iron and Steel Institute
^i?r. Where is Roanoke's pride?
opposing free coal.
$ .^Nothing could be more gratifying
, /to H12 coal and iron States ot the
|| South than the close and united Trout
f. which the Democratic Senators have
presented again Senator Sherman's pro?
position to admit Canadian coals free.
In doing so they uphrdd good Demo?
cratic doctrine and defended the ma?
terial interests of this section from
Whatever theoretical position indi?
viduals may hold as to protection or
free trade, there a.e certain busiuess
matters which refuse alignment under
any theoretical banner. They are
purely business propositions iu which
oas certain course means success aud
"InV?thcr failure. It is plaiu beyond
dispute that-New England has grown
enormously wealthy from a combina?
tion of the profits of protected indus?
tries and the proflts of their reinvest?
ment. It is equally plain that the
South for ten years has been awaking
to the discovery that she can make
even greater profits aloDg the same I
lines. Not only that, but she can
owing to more favorable circumstances
take possession of certain industries
and monopolize the field of manufac?
She has discovered the wea.th of I
her coalfields and is developing them.
_He,r_?_oft coals are the best steam coals
in America and she sells New Eugland
a million tons a year. New Eogland
has had a huge field in the Southern
States for her goods for many years,
and it would be the height of uufairness
for hj.r to attempt to smuggle in Nova
Scotia coals, because a temporary
cheapness might thereby be gained.
The fair-miuded manufacturers of New j
England see this and have refused to 1
be led astray by Senator Sherman's j
sj scions proposition.
LET rs CELEBRATE.
Tho approaching completion ot the
dummy line from Salem to Roanoke is
of more than ordinary significance. It
means a close personal refation be?
tween the two cities which no ordinary
leans of rail communication could
^rmufaC hirers' Record compares
^Minneapolis and St. Paul, the
cities of the Northwest, but we
will have none of their rivalries and
' worthy jealousies. There is room
Neither can or wants to
zo the bounties which Nature
led upon th's Eection. It is
baustible mine of wealth at
.dh can work forever. It is a
inch both may swim,
owing Nature's law of attraction,
0 cities will grow towards ench
nlil they meet, am^ihe first gap
\ ? jdy'e "city twenty-five
Senior in English. i?
usic, Drawiug, Faxaiv.
celebrated In a manner befitting the
occasion. Salem, you're our old maid
sister; won't you lead?
Israel's New Year, 5651, begins at
sundown today, aiid continues until
suudown of Monday. Among the He?
brews it is made a day of thought, oi
introspection and self-communion. On
the tenth day 'is the Day of Atonement,
of which the Bible says: "For on this
day atonement shall be made for you:
before the Eternal, your God, you shall
bs cleansed of all your sins." On the
fifth day from the Day of Atonement is
the Feast of Tabsrnacles.
RHETORIC AND SENSE.
A Glowing Inscription or What the
Future Stores Tor the Southwest.
From tho Richmond Dispatch.
The Southwest Virginia of to-day is
a land of beautiful 6kies, mountains,
and valleys. Picturesq ue streams wind
through woodlands and pastures to
great rivers. Grass grows luxuriantly
and the lowing of cattle is every where
heard. The grains are raised in abund?
ance, and the earth yields most of the
usual table fruits and vegetables.
Abundaut as are the products of
the fields and forests, natu ? e has con?
cealed beneath them such rich stores
of minerals that mining operations
have become of great importance, and
an e~a of activity has been inaugu?
rated which shows its fruits in popu?
lous villages, towns and cities in lo?
calities where a few years pgo the
stillness of the country was unbroken
save by the herdsman and his flocks
The railroads are penetrating the
region, and many new lines have
been built and others have been be?
gun. The demand for greater trans?
portation facilities is urgent, and will
continue until bries reach all the prin?
cipal points where min es of coal and
iron, zinc, &c., and smelting furnaces
[ are located and operated.
We are beginning to see the dawn
of that development of the Southwest
which has been expecied and pre?
dicted ever since Professor Rogers
made his geolo^ifal report. Its pro?
lific resources will insure it great
population and wealth. Capital has
found remunerative instrument there,
it is said that Northern men. having
been quicker than Virginians to
understand and appreciate the pos?
sibilities of the country and better
able to venture large sums of money,
will be the chief beneficiaries in the
advance of property values; but the
o'd residents are bound to share in
We rejoice in the prosperity of the
Southwest. To that loyal and indus?
trious population Virginia alwavs lov?
ingly looks for wise counsel and sub?
stantial help, and we can trust her to
discriminate rigidly between empty
"booms" and solid industrial enter?
prises. The construction of railroads,
the openmg of mines, the clearing of
forests, the cultivation of fields, and
the building of towns and cities are all
srood evidences of permanency and
tokens of fnith in the future.
Men of the Southwest, march on!
The Editor Makes Even.
From the Blueflold Exponent.
An object about six feet long floated
into our office one day this week and
very modesMy (?) requested us to dis?
continue his paper. This, of course,
is a request that we are always
pleased to comply with, as men with
any honor in their make-up usually
pay up their arrears on such occa?
sions. This degraded object of
humanity, however, proved himself to
be one whose nature is a stranger to
all that goes to make up the character
of a man, and while we were in the
act of erasing his name from our
time-honored subscription list, he
quietly faded away, leaving us in the
hole for ?1. In the line of cussedness.
littleness and down-right meanness,
this fellow surpasses anvthiug we
|l^e^ef^e^?-Th^??4^ "w' * ii ?
Bonnd to Have a Celebration.
From the Malern Times-Register.
From present indications, the
dummy line will be able to reach this
city by the 1st of October?the time
contemplated. ***** We see
"o reason why we may not have that
jubilee at the park, on the anniver?
sary of the organization of the Salem
Improvement Company, which lias
contributed so liberally to the con
; struction of the road, on the 2nd day
of October. One day's relaxation
from the turmoils of the real estate
sales iuthe way we have indicated,
would, in all probability, in the
future, not be without a correspond?
ing advantage. Let us forget business
on that occasion and unite in social
amenities with the people of Roa?
Inspection solicited at K. and S. Mil?
linery and Cloak Palace. 135 Salem ave?
S. B. Durfey, mate of steamer Ari?
zona, had his foot badly jammed.
Thomas' Eclectric Oil cured k\ Noth?
ing equal to it for a quick pain re?
Try Paul Tones famous old Baker
whiskey. J. F. Marshall & Co.,
augl5-2m Sole agents for Roanoke.
Old exchanges f or sale at The
Times office; 20 cents per 100.
Misgs Building Oafs
Are now prepared to furnish meals at
Table boarders can be accor modated
and will receive prompt and
STEAKS, CHOPS, AND ALL!
DISHES TO ORDER
SERVED IN FIRST
Cold Lunch Counter attached, I
where cold lunches are served from]
5 a. m. to 12 p. in.
Fish, Clams and Game in
season a specialty.
F?QUA & >BOAZ]
Heating by Steam, Hot Water or Hot
roofing, guttering, spouting.
401 JEFFERSON ST.,
ROANOKE, - - - virginia.
Estimates cheerfully given on this line!
ofworkX j?6 6m
and Elocution. Ad
1 FtoP ? ~B<fA Bft?? i 8!e?F In peace.
Uns?. Sure BJrm JtdoeMtie work
deatft-Oontalni IT effectually.
NO poison. B ?k
Sold by Bnd\rell, Christian & Bar
bee and all dru'Rists. jylOtf
? Ins'.atuly relieves
and sncedtlv cures
.catarrh, why do
"you miner? Oswl 1b
an lcnUliblc cure.
Sold by BudweU Christian & Bar- j
bee, and all druggists* jylO tf.
POSITION WANTED in Roanoke by
prescription cjlork graduate Maryland
College, eight years experience in drug j
store as head clerk. Best references
as to character, Capacity and industry.
of Twins. sepl2:3t
Address X.. caro
part of the city.
V good stable and car
onvenient to business
Applv to J. T. HALL,
QTRAYED OR STOLEN.?A small red
O cow; has beenj gone about two weeks.
Anyone knowing of the whereabouts
will be paid liberally for their trouble
by applying to l*H," Times Office,
"TXT ANTED?Two tin roofers and two
it slaters. Apply to Schoolfleid,
Vass & Co., Danville, Va. aopll-3t
TT AVE your house painted in iirst
AA class* style by Carr. None but
first-class material used.
FOR RENT.?Desirable office or
store room in Times building,
corner Third avenue and First street,
s. w. The best location in the city.
For terms and particulars, apply at
MUSIC?Mrs. S. B. Williams will
resume her classes in vocal and in?
strumental music September 10th.
Address Hotel Felix, Roanoke.
THE STRONGEST FINANCIAL
Institution in Southwest Virginia
j The Roanoke Trust, Loan and Safe
] Deposit company. Capital and sur?
plus, 1360,212.00. Pays interest on
I deposits. dec 25-tf.
HAVE YOUR DINING ROOMCE1L
ing nicely decorated in either oil
or water colors. Carr can do it.
FIRE, LIFE, ACCIDENT, PLATE
Glass, Steam Boiler Inspection,
Tornado and Rent Insurance, at office
of Fidelity Loan and Trust Company,
Salem avenue, near Jefferson street,
THOMAS LEWIS A' CO.,
BOARDERS CAN BE ACCOMMO
dated at RorerPark Hotel. Nicely
furnished rooms. Large grounds.
Table sec with the best the marke*
affords. MRS. CRAWFORD.
dailv from l?:30 to 2.30, for 50
cents, (3* tickets |$1.00) at the Ex?
change Building ; Cafe and Dining
FOR A FIRST-CLASS MEAL
served in the best of style, go to
the Exchange B?dding Cafe and
Dining* Rooms. Popular prices pre?
vail. NO OVERCHARGES, iyl?tf
By virtue of two (deeds of trust exe?
cuted by C. S. Boston, the first to
James'B. Gregory, I being substituted
as trustee, dated September 26th, 1883,
to secure to Julius Oliver the pay?
ment of one hundred doUati-'^tU.- ifi
IsA^^TO^i^f^ir^'fhe record dated
I DecemT5er7th, 1888vto 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, I will sell) at public auction
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1890,
at 5 o'clock p.m., the following de
A parcel of land with a house there?
on, in that portion of the city of
Roanoke, laid off by Henry S. Trout,
lying on the southwest comer of
Peach Tree and Hill streets, fronting
on Hill street 40 feet, and east to the
line of lot of Joseph Martin, thence
with said Martin's line, south aoout
140 feet to an alley, thence with said
alley, west 40 feetl to Peach Tree
street, thence with Peach Tree street,
north 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 Bor ton may direct
or as shall be announced upon the
day of sale. J. ALLEN WATTS.
'TRUSTEE'S SALE?By virtue of a
deed of trust dated the (ith day of
August, 1888, and recorded in deed
book 19, page 437, in the clerk's office
of the Hustings Court, for the city of
Roanoke, Va., in which Spencer Spin?
ner conveyed to the undersigned trus?
tee certain real estate in the city of
Roanoke, Va., in trust, to secure to
H. S. Trout and S. W. Jamison thei
payment of the sum of $344.40, evi?
denced by certain negotiable notes
therein secured and set out, and
whereas the said notes were sold and
assigned by said H. S. Trout and S.
W. Jamison to the Northside Land
Company; and whereas there has 1
been default made in the payment of
a part of said debt, and at the request
of the holders of said notes the under?
signed trustee will offer for sale at
public auction, on the premises, on
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 16TH,
1890, AT 4 O'CLOCK P. M., all the
property conveyed in said deed of |
trust, to wit: Two certain lots or par?
cels of lands lying in the city of Roa?
noke. Va., fronting about 40 feet each
on the south side of Fern street and
running back to an allfey, and known
as lots Nos. 5 and 6, sea. 3. on the map
of .the north-side addition to the city
of Roanoke, Va. One (of. the lots has
I a partially-finished dwelling on it.
Terms: Cash as to the sum of $240
and the costs of this pale, and the sum
of $100, payable in ten equal monthly
I payments of $10 each, commencing to
fall due on the 6th day of October,
1890, with interest on each payment
from the 6th day of August, 1888, till
paid, and balance, if any, on such j
terms as may be made known on day
THE ROANOKE TRUST, LOAN,
AND SAFE DEPOSIT CO.,
By P. L. Tkrry. Pres. sep."i-2w
One of the most nutritious, largest
yielding and satisfactory orbps, for
hay or green feed. Also makee excel?
lent winter and spring grazing, or a
first rate crop for green soiling. Write
for prices and fall circular, giving .fur?
ther information, also containing de?
scriptive lists of Seed Wheat, Oats,
Rt?6, Barley,.Grass, Clover Seeds, Etc.,
mailed frse. T. W. WOODySSONS,
8 and l\r^itm?i^.i^i^on?, Va!
LOUISIANA StAXE LoTTKUV comi'any.
Incorporated by the; Legislature. U-.r
Educational and Charitable purposes, its
franchise made a part of the present
State Constitution, in 1S7H, by an over?
whelming popular vote, and to continue
until January 1st, 1S1>5.
Its Mammoth Drawings take place
Somi-Annually (.Tune and December),
and its Grand Single Number Drawings
take place in each of the other ton
months of the year, and are all drawn
in public, at the Academy of Music.
Now Orleans, La.
FAMED FOR TWENTY YEARS,
For Integrity of its Drawings, and
Prompt Payment of Prizes.
Attested as follows:
??We do hereby certify thai we super?
vise the arrangements for all the
Monthly and Semi-Annual Drawings of
The Louisiana State Lottery Company,
and in person manage and control the
Drawings themselves, and that the same
are conducted with honesty, fairness,
and in good faith toward all parties,
and we authorize the Company to use
this certificate, with facsimiles of our
signatures attached, in its advertise?
We the undersigned banks and bankers
will pay all prizes drawn in The Louisi?
ana State Lotteries which may be pre?
sented at our counters.
lt. M. Walmsley, President Louisiana
Pierre Lanaux. President State Na?
A. Paldwin. President New Orleans
Carl Kohn. President Cnion National
GRAND MONTHLY DRAWING,
At the Academy of Music, New Orleans,
Tuesday, October 11. 1800.
CAPITAL PRIZE, $300,000.
100,000 tickets at $30 each. IlalvesSlO:
quarters ?5; tenths $2; twentieths ?1.
list of prizes.
i PRIZE OP ?300,000 is.5300.000
1-PRIZE. OP I00,000is. 100,000
I PRIZE OF 50,000 is. 50,000
1 PRIZE OF 25,000 is. 25,000
2.PRIZES OF 10,000 arc. 20,000
5 PRIZES OF :..(t"o are. 25.000
25 PK IZ ES OF l.ooo are. 25,000
100 PRIZES GV are. 50,000
200 PRIZES OF 30? ?re. 60.000
500 PRIZES OF voo are. 100,000
100 Prizes of Woo are. 50,000
100 do. 300 are. 30,00(1
100 do. 200 are. 20,000
tk um in ai. prizes:
!>!?!? do. 100 are. 99,900
999 do. 100 are. 99.9CM
3,134 Prizes, amounting to'. .. .$1,054,S0I
Note?.Ticketsdrawing Capital Prizes
are not entitled to Terminal Prizes.
Fon Ci.tru rates, <>r any further in?
formation desired, write legibly to the
undersigned, clearly stating your resi?
dence, with state, county, strict and
number. More rapid return mail will
be assured by your enclosing an en?
velope bearing your full address.
Address M. A. DA CPU IN.
.New Orle?n>, La.
or M. A. DA FPU IX. I
Washington, !>. ('.
By ordinary letter, containing .Money
Order issitrd by all Express Companies,
New-- fork Exchange, Iba!": or Postal
ADDRESS REGISTERED LETTERS
CONTAINING CURRENCY TO
New Orleans National Pank.
New Orleans. La.
??REMEMBER, that the payment of
Prizes is Guaranteed by four National
Panks of New Orleans, and the tickets
are signed by the President of an Insti?
tution, whose chartered rights are rec?
ognized in the highest Courts; therefore,
beware of all imitations or anonymous
REMEMBER that the presenl charter
of the Louisiana State Lottery Com;
pany, which the Supreme Court of the
I*. S. has decided to be a contract with
the State of Louisiana and part of the
Constitution of the State, does not ex?
pire until the first of January, 1895.
The Legislature of Louisiana, which
adjourned on the loth of July of this
year, has ordered an amendment to the
Constitution of the State to be submit?
ted to the people at an election in 1S?2.
which will carry the charter of the
Louisiana State Lottery Company up to
the year nineteen hundred and nine?
J. E. f?Bislcar? & Po,
TIN AND SHEET-IRi >N WARE,
And dealers in all kinds of Cooking
and Heating Stoves. Plumbing, and
Gas and Steam fitting done. Tin
roofing a specialty. Satisfaction giuir
anteed. No. 115 First avenue, Roan
oke. Va. ap5-t
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 than
houses and lands; yea, even better
than gold and silver, which so often
take to themselves wings and fiy
This investment, which is within
the reach of all who feel the need of
it, will not only dc more to give you
a fair start in life than any other, but
the outcome of it. will continue to
yield you abundantly when 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 Campbell
streets, which,rooms are now being
expressly fitted and elegantly fur?
nished . for the' use ' of this popular
school, and secure the advantages of
a complete Business Education,which
can never be taken from you. . Make
up your minds and apply at once at
the College? Opposite the Posfoffice,
io that you may. be registered and
ready to start with the opening ofthe
regular session,"Sent. 1st, 1SQ0.
ESTABLISHED IN ROANOKS 1882.
R GRE&T CLEARANCE SALE WILL OPEN SEPT. \-SW. 30
~. Our large and new stock of Gold and other Watches, Solid and Plated Silver Ware, Clucks, English and Fren ch
China, Chinese and Japanese Goods, Arn Easels, Sketching Stools, Etc., all will be reduced 25 cts. on the
I dollar, for One Month Only. All credit suspended.
PICKEN'S JEWELRY AND ART STORE,
29 Salem Avenue, Eoanoke, Virginia.
ARGAINS IN REAL EST
FINE RESIDENCE AND BUSINESS PROPERTY,
IN ANY PART OF ROANOKE. CALL ON OR ADDRESS.
L. L. POWELL & COMPANY
Roanoke, Va. Office, Stewart Building,Third Avenue, Opposite City Postoffice.
TRUSTEES AND COMMISSIONER'S SALE.
THE FIDELITY INSURANCE, THU?T AND SAFE DKFOSIT COMPANY AND
THE SHENANDOAH VALLEY RAILROAD COMPANY AND OTHERS.
The underseigned, the Fidelity Insurance, Trust and Safe deposit Coin
pany, trustee, under a mortgage given by the Shenandoah Valley Railroad
Company, bearing date Aprd 1st, 1889, 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 20th
of April, ls'.if), and by the circuit court of Jefferson county, in the State of
West Virginia on the 24th day of May, 1890, and by the circuit court of
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,
$90, at t welve noon, upon the front steps of the court house in the city of
Roanoke, in the State of Virginia, all 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, Rockinghain, 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 Hagerstown 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 t he said line of railroad,with the tolls, incotues.rents,
issues,and profits thereof, and all its real estate.rights of way, easeinents,fix
tures, rolling stock, machinery, toolsand equipments, and all other personal
property thereto belonging, and all property, real, personal and mixed, and
all corporate powers and franchises belonging or appertaining to the Shen?
andoah Valley Railroad Company.
The receiver will remain in possession of the mortgaged premisep, and con?
tinue N> operate the line of railroad after thp sale and until the conveyance
thereof. He will keep a correct account of the earnings ;and income of the
premises accruing after the date of the sale, rjnd if the sale shall be confirmed
t he purchaser, on delivery of possession by the receiver, will be entitled to
receive the net income and earning accruings subsequent to the date of 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 Rullitl Building,Philadelphia. The premises to be sold
include all addition" 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 thereaft it before delivery of possession.
By said decree the liens upon the premises and the order of their priority
1. Costs of suits in Virginia, West Virginia and Maryland,
2. Sundry judgments which are specific liens upon detached
tracts of land in the State of Virginia having priority to all
3. Outstanding receiver's certificates and other charges un?
der the receivership.
4. Amount secured by lirst mortgage of April 1st,1880, having
priority over claim of Central Improvement Company. 5,065,595 00 !
5. Amount due the Central Improvement Company.
0. Balance secured by first mortgage of April 1, 1880, post?
poned to uiaim of Central Improvement Company.
?. Past-due and unpaid coupons secured by mortgage of
Aprd-.tli. 1881. 1,535,493 30
s. Amount of bonds issued and outstanding under mortgage
Of April 5th, 1881, known asgeueral mortgage. 4,113,000 00
9. Amount of bonds issued and outstanding under mortgage
of February 12th, 1883, known as the income mortgage.
10. Judgment in favor of S. P. If. Miller.
It. Judgment in favor ot J. E. Moose.
12. Judgment in favor of F. T. Anderson. September, 1835.
13. Judgment in favor of F. T. Anderson, March, 1880.
11. Amount due Fidelity Insurance, Trust and Safe Deposit
Company under the several Car Trusts (January, 1st, 1890)
15. Amount due Maddock A Evans.
16. Amount due Johnson A Weaver.
IT. Amount due C. GK Crawford.
I?DWARD W. ROBERTSON,
Ii Attorney at Law,
No. 1, Thomas Building, Court House
QHARLES A. McHUGH,
First floor to rear of Gray A Boswell.
8. GRIFFIN. I J. ALtiEN WAT'! s.
QRIFFLN & WATTS;
Roanoke, ... - Virginia.
Office : Room No. 5, Kirk's building,
corner Salem avenue and Jefferson St.
ATTORNE y: at-L a w,
Office: Corner Salem avenue and
Commerce streets, over Wertz's gro?
cery. myl4 tf.
^THOMAS W. MILLER,
Office?No. 10 Kirk building, over
Johnson A Johnson's Drug Store.
0. B. MOOMAW, JSO. W. WOODS,
Botetourt county. | Roanoke county.
1TOOMAW & WOODS,
Iii ATTORNEYS-AT-L A W
?'. n . ractice in the courts of Roanoke
city ana county and counties adjoining. Will
attend the court* of Hoanoke and Hot.ctourt
egularly. Office?Salem Avenue, opposite
tewart's Furniture Store. Roanoke. V?
584,205 25 1
^RCHER L. PAYNE,
Office on Commerce street, near Court
Special attention given to examina?
tion of titles to and matters connected
with real estate.
g. w. hansbrough.
ANSBROUGH A WILLIAMS,
The amounts mentioned in the foregoing schedule carry interest from July
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
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
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 agaiu6t
him at any time thereafter; all such liabilities, if any, will remain a lien upon
the premises until discharged.
TERMS OF SALE,
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
confirmed by the court, the balance of the purchase-money must be paid
one-third within three months, one-third within six months, and the balance
within 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;
but the 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's tru3t and of this
cause, and the indebtedness of the receiver, and the liens and indebtedness
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
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 the
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 part 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 6uch net proceeds to such
purchaser or purchasers as the holder or holders of such bonds or coupons,
and the bonds and coupons so apjilied 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 app!ic ide, 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 6uch
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 designated, they will, at the same
place, make a sale of the premises under the decree without further adver
uient, and theymay make the same accordingly. And the trustee and special
commissioner shall have power to adjourn the sale from time to time, in J
their discretion, until a sale shall have beed made in accordance with the
provisions of this decree.
THE FIDELITY INSURANCE, TRUST AND SAFE DEPOSIT
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Room No. 11, - Moomaw 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
CHENANDOAH VALLEY KAIL?
8. P. Tyler. Receiver.
Schedule in effect June, 2, 1890.
arrive at roanoke.
5-01 p. m. Daily?Memphis Express,
'.roni Hagerstown and rlie
north. Through Pullman
sleeping cars from New
Ye; and Philadelphia to
Chattanooga and Mem?
phis via Harrlsburg, Ha
gerstown and Roanoke
.40 a.m. Daily? New Orleans ex?
press from New York.
Philadelphia and Balti?
more, making connection
through ro the south.
Carries through Pullman o
palace buffet sleeping car
from Philadelphia to New
Orleans without change
via Harrisborg, Hagers?
town, Roanoke, Cleve?
land, Calera, and 1.. & N.
5.45 a.m. Daily?Baltimort express
from all point* south for
and New York. Ca:
rieh Pullman palace
buffet sleeping car from
Roanoke ro Philadelphia
without change, via Ha?
gerstown and Harrlsburg
7,20 p.m. Daily?New York and
from Memphis. Chat?
tanooga and *:\\
points south. For "Phil?
adelphia ami New York.
Carries Pullr an Palace
bullet sleeping ears
through to Philad? Iphia
and New York viu Roan?
oke, Hagerstbv n arid ,~>*.
Ticket agents will furnish nil :nnn?c-M"
mation and through schedules upon
O. HOWARD ROY ER.
G. P. & T. Agent, Roanoke. Va.
practice limited to
J KINNEY, M. D
Eye, Ear, Throat and Nose
OFFICE?Over O'Leary, Campbell
6treet. my27 6m
HARD AW AY,
attorney at law.
Courts: Roanoke and adjoining
counties. Office, Moomaw Building,
Jefferson Street S. Rooms 3 and 4.
We offer the hestsecurity in the city
and pay eemi-auuual dividends. As a
savings bank this institution oilers
special inducements. Paid up shares
$50 each- Installment sharas $1 per
month. Shares may he subscribed for
at any time. For furthet information
address The Peoples' Perpetual Loan
and Building Association.
WM. F. WINCH,
Sec'y and Treas.
Room 1, Masonic Temple.
ORFOLK & v. ES'i Eft; Ii L
Schedule in effect Sept. 3rd, 1890
10:05 am. Daily; arrive Bristol 4 0fi
p m. Stops at all Btu
tions; connecting at Bad
ford with trains or: New
cahontas at 8:85 p in.
5:45 pin- Daily,arrivesRadford7.30
p. m., connecting with
Mew River branch | t 7:85
p. in., for Bluetield and
*J?ocahontag; arrives P?v?a
hontas 10:55 p. m. Arrives
Bristol 11:2U p. an. con?
necting with E. V.. I. &
G. R. R. for all pMnts
south and west has
Pullman Palace Sleeper,
Roanoke 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 12.40pm., eonnei rs
with E. T., V. & Gr. R. R.
for all points south n?d
west; has Pullman Palace
Sleeper from Roanoke to
New Orleans without
leave no a.\ ok;-..
5:25 a m. Daily; for Lyrichbuig, Pe
tersburg, Richmond, (via
Petersburg and R. A- P. R.
R.,) Norfolk and interme?
diate points; Connects al
Lynchburg with V. M. i%
east, leaving Lynchbnrg
7:40 a m daily." Arrives
Norfolk 2.00 p m connect?
ing with steamer lines To
Baltimore and New York
10:10 a in.
Daily; arrives Lynchburg
OCEAN SHORE PARK HOTEL!
VIRGINIA BEACH, VIRGINIA.
JOHN C. BULLITT.
WE J. ROBERTSON,
.Solicitors for Trustees.
A. MOORE, Jb.,
' _jno 27 tf
NO. 5 Salem Avenue. - ? FULL STOCK
REPAIRING PROMPTLY EXECUTED
The Ocean Shore Park Hotel, Vir?
ginia Beach, in Princess Anne county,
Virginia, at the ocean terminus of the
Norfolk andViiginia 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 8ny 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 >:h I
Long Island Coast.
HEALTH RESORT. As a health
resort, it has been prodounced as com?
pared with Atlantic Citv and Fort?
ress Monroe, to have many superior j
natural advantages, both winter and
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
I 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?
GEO. H. QUACKENBOS,
Ocean Shore Park Hotel,
je9 tf. Virginia Beach, Va
59 a m,connecting with
V. M. R. R. for all points
north, arriving Washing?
ton 7:C5 p m; arrives Pe?
tersburg 4:20 p.m; arrives
Richmond, via R. A P. R.
R., 5:05 pm; arrives Nor?
folk 7.00 p in;
3:45 p. in. Daily; for Lynchburg antT
intermediate stations; ar?
rives Lynchburg5:10 p m.
7:20 p m. Daily; for Lynchburg and
intermediate stations; ar?
rives Lynchbnrg 9:20p. in.
Cripple Creek Extension? I-eaves
Pulaski 8:15 a m. Daily except Sun?
day, and 3:00 p m Daily, arrive lviin
hoe 9:45 a m and 4:80 p m.
Clinch Valley Exfensi< :i (in opera?
tion Aug 3. to St Paul, 81 mil^s)?
Leave Biuefield 8:10 a m, daily: arrive
St. Paul 12:55 p m.
All inquiries as to rate", routes, et?;
W ?. j37cvill.
Gen'l Pass, and Ticket Agent
Ohas. G. Eddy, vice-president.
General Offices. Roanoke.
j. R. HOCK A DAY,
REAL ESTATE AGfflT
Roanoke City, Va.
First National Ba::
Architect and Superintendent.
Roanoke, Va. Room 6, Didier Build?
ing. -.All classes of public and private
. buildings. Artistic interior work, and
i decoration a gpecialty. jy4 to sept4
C. A. HEATH,
The well-vnown Jefferson Street
Has opened a Barber Shop in Hotel
Room in basement. mr?