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B!>!CK MAKING JH ROANOKE.
Extensive Works Just Across
So??? vDvo Man N< w limployod III tho
lVoi-u* and tu.- < ui?at-?iy to 1,0 Kulnrgetl.
?rj>, -toxi Moilern Maeliluoo Heed,
? ? V7iU? \Vhlel? IS.ftOO Miichlno Aludo
mil 8,000 1'rcewwl brich uro .Undo
A i) 1esi n 11* year ago the Roa- |
n&n - ' < tupany was fornnd. being
;,n biWboot i f IK? Lyncbburg llrlck
Co-. |. . A i 0 wa > scoured in Roun
oko uiuu y. jus? across the river, und
build in 4 operations coinmenoed. !<>
March one kiln had boon ooroplotcd, J
ami the i rocess of making brick entered
vcat/ i-'- v n reporter for Turc Tikes
whsi ehown over ho works by General
Manag'1 Deacon, who explained the
jhbtbod of 1 akiag iiriok.and showed
(no ||i? unco uI.ween the old manner
and tin now. The maohinery of tho
lloanoke Join pan; ? -. in its entirely,
tho mo in. ? in now manufacturing
brick in ' ' I'nilod States, and was
c-reoiie ? supervision^0' Wr*
I).;.,: inter ho had inspect*"" the
prom a ut muchino wee*9 *n Uu"
Th ??' lloren Id .ju/foonstructlonand
HlO material fo/ lurrying them into
o.lTeetAwr in Chicago, l'liila
dolpnia -.?'' Au'shington, 1). G. The
bi ?Ii ??< ? ' 1' ' *'a8 built in V. 11
b.ii;,'/i' . ? ? iiOtl combines nil tho
IfLKhl [ivh.1 ?? The engine; a
? . t . . a.iid 1 lautlful structure, with a
capacity ? . bevtnt,)-ilvo bOrsu power,
wlh 1 1111 i" ? i'i ? i" lu Salem. Ohio. The
boil* \$> ' mbotvand consuming
fivnUn*' 1 1 I dally, wero constructed
in Riuiiiiii ? -i. .ins M.ito.
Tin :-t, ,.iu for the drying room is dis
semlnated through that room by means
of a bt ; hi t;iii. ei twuuty-liorsu power,
whinb is 111 opt ratl in twenty-four hours
daily, blx days eacll week.
AI tor being thoroughly dried by steam
tho bricks are automatically conveyed
to tin; kilns, which consume twenty tons
of 00.il per diem.
The oompany is now erecting- a now
improved down-draft kiln for the burn
ing of vitrilied brick by a new process.
I'horo is a great demand for this article,
which is a most excellent substitute for
Belgian block pavement, being consid?
ered by many as tho model street puve
-?< iii This kiln will bp in operation
om. a Bixty days, and its product will
Be in great demand for tho contom
plal root ivi aients noxtspring.
*Ar. Deacon repork; -.any applications
?or tho vitrified briok from tlio city en?
The oonstruotioii of all these works is
euch that thoy can bo operated in all
I irds of weather, and they will bo
worked Continuously through the win?
At pre.Hont tUfcy aro turning o\it
; SfbOfj machine-iniide and a.AOO pressed
1 rick each day, which the output will
Irp a few weeks increase to 25,000 of the
.'.-ro kinds mentioned, in addition to a
.'arge nunibor of vitrilied street-paving
t rick. This output is now smaller than
i iio city demand, but during the sum?
mer a great many shipments wero made
?long tho lino of the Norfolk and West*
The company employs about seyenty
rivc bands steadily, and keeps four
.? igoris steadily ut work delivering the
ricks in t.ho city. Their pressed bricks
re considered a superior article, and
the demand is so gnat that I no reused
facilities for making them' will bo put
111 next spring.
Tho general olhoe of the oompniny is
ii Lynchli.urg. The otnoers are as fol?
low-: .1. <;. Pay no, president; W. A.
Adams, m 1 rotary and treasurer; and K.
" ;'? n, genera] muuager of the Roa
noko V. orks.
V.tn.v file Hoot mid Mine House.
Mr. .1 .ins Goldstoiu, of the Now
. ' igi.'.nd _< lothing Company, inti nds to
li a \. hole-sale boot and' shoe llOUSO
hi re al . lie b?g|nning ol the year. Mb, 1
Goldstein owns the silo occupied by NV.
Audivws & Co., on .Sab in avenue,
?.?U purposes oreoting a throc-story
brick building on theflame lor tie- u?o
? 0,18 business, --| tiiifik Uoanokn of
i >ra uiduo intents in I lie wholesale boot
aU-l she ? line' .?,:;i,V he, --and .We CXpiCt
to get some of tin.- trado that now goes
to Lynoiihurg. pur.company will liavo
? Wpiwl Kb ok of -- .0.? ami a Sak-m.
I m.?aclui:iutts, shoe ipanuUu-ttiivi- will
? ? inter. Ued in the business with us."
Vforti on tin- 11, .v. s. Brhlgo.
? ho work of c uistr icting the founda
kimi fot th ? lloanoke and Southern rail
ri I is ytjt in an initial stage, owing to
kiio.dinioultj , ncDiinleredin preventing
?^nno*'ofwater into th.- exoaViitioii.
? mt4|nioulty, however, has boon ?v?r
s W 10; am. ynstowiuy evening the stone
f **om began work. Tho crih-foundtt
" ior the p.e.- lias be,? pm |,. alul
? vmHindor of th^i work is plain sail
gaVWossrsi Berry Harris, the con
W^^'for oonntruoting the piers. ffive
?h'^work thoir personal supervision.
it*di??^0ln ('ana'1:v '^''yterian.
ion rro,fr0,V\Ur0 ?f ?- m?M?kot/Robin
son. 1 ropr. 1 WHfl mil. d r f reeurriier
E;"Md^? by. Burdock0 ?
if. 1 .jm?r^ . ' ^alom avenue,
> time* por wook. deo3-lw
A Safo Jtnvnsliuent.
!.?> one vrhioh is guaranteed to bring
you -atlsfaetory results, or in oaao <?( \
?? iileri> n return of puicim.s-, priori. (In1
t s safe, plan you o.m buy froiii our |
ttbied druggbita u,U|,. of ,,, Ring's :
Pieoovery f<>r (Jousumpiion.j It is '
p uiif.-ed to bring relief iueVe,\ve i-..
? n used for any ntt ction ..; '/hroat. .
's or Chest, ?,?,}, a:. Consumption, ,
mmati.m or Lungs, Brolic litis, 1
% hma, Wuooping Cough, Croul. etci
U is pleasani and ojrrei rlt'l 1 1/
l' ;f'C lysaf.-. ami can alwilw ?/' ?
' f!'i" *v?n- botti s 1 \
' ?i Cm-istian & Barboe's DrW
r<x Is nothing like Dr. ThonBns
-fJO Oil f? ,|ui(Jkly otire a <;o]d??r
"i'-N. Written bv Mrs. M. Al.
'"'rr Oak, St. Joseph eoiint?.
NEAR THE RIVER.
Extensive Improvements in tho
Southern Part of the City.
?Jefferson street, from Spruce btrcet
south to the new street, railway bridge,
which almost Immediately Udjoins tlio
one being constructed for the Koanoko
and Southern railroad, begins to assume
a metropolitan appearance.
Messrs. Skinker & Sims have con?
tracted tobttird one mile of trade and to
macadamise a roadway on either side of
it for the Crystal Spring Railway <*om
pany. under the supervision of the
Roanoko Land'and Improvement Com?
pany. Throe-fourths of the distance
bus been tracked, and ("lie work ot" mac?
adamizing the road is rapidly progress?
ing. They have 100mem engaged upon
tlie roadway, under the direction of ,1.
\V. Uwaltney, and the section of track
will bo entirely laid to the bridge and
tho roadway llnisi cd the 88' ie distance
Everything is In readiness for the
iron and-wood work of the bridge at that
point '"be placed in position, save the
appeal of some trusses, which have
lx>.'ii dt lay, ? on the road.
VI ijen the li dated material arrives
the work of constructing tho bridge
w 11 In? done within ten days, as the
al utments ant', wing walls are in readi?
ness to receive the brige proper. Im?
mediately therafter Skinker & Sims
will proceed to finish their contract,
which provides for a continuation of tho
track across tbo bridge up to the Crystal
Spring with its accompanying roadway.
The work of laying the track north
from Spruce street to the Union depot
will be taken up by .other contractors
and pushed rapidly to completion*^insur?
ing at an early period rapid transit from
tho heights into the town, and affording
a magnificent drive for pleasure and
Just at the point, where this bridge is
constructed tho Roanoko and Southern
shops will be constructed, and tbo elec?
tric line will prove a great convenience.
rtucklcn'a Arnica Salve.
Tho best, satvb in the world for cuts,
bruises, SON S, ulcers, salt rheum, fever
son s. tetter, chapped hands, cbilbains,
corns, and all skin eruptions, and posi?
tively cures piles, or rfo pay required.
It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfac?
tion, or money refunded. Price 25 cents
per box. For sale by Budwcll, Christian
? Barboc. tn.th.sat
Yon arc in it lincl Fix.
But wo will cure you if you will pay
us. Nervous and Debilitated, suffering
from Nervous Debility, Seminal Weak?
ness, and all the effects of early evil
habits, or later indiscretions, which
lead to Premature Decay, Consumption
or Insanity, should send for and read
the 'Hook of Live," giving particulars
of a home c ire. Sent (sealed)' by ad
drossing Dr Parker's Medical and Sur?
gical Institute, 151 North Sj nice street
Nashville, Tonn. Vney guarantee a
cure or no pay.?Tho Sundaj Morning,
A. 15. C. Remedies tire better indorsed
than any on the market. They merit
The Industrial Center.
For manufacturing purposes
EefoaJ and Slw.
Choice lots in desirable loca?
tions for sale on terms
to suit purchasers.
Land and Improvement Co,
I0SEPH E. DCflAN, President.
OHAS. F. Mellon, Secy. & Treas.
333 Walnut St.,
HO PLACE in tho South offers
superior advantages to thoso
than Buchanan. It has all tho conditions for Sucoossful Manufacturing.
C heap fuol, cheap and most excellent irons, abundant timber in easy roach,
and other raw material at hand. Pipe works, paper mills, furnituro and
other wood-working establishments, hoot and shoe factories, iron and stool
rolling mills, stove foundries, woolen and cotton niills, machine shops, will
Und this the best location in the South.
The facilities for shipment of products are unsurpassed.
It is on two lines of railroads, the Chesapeake and Ohio and the Norfolk
and Western, (S. V. R. R.) and the building of two ot hers, the Baltimore and
Ohio and Virginia Western seems well assured. It has competing coal: is
within easy distance of tho New River and Flat Top Cokes: is at the gateway
to tho magnificent deposits of iron ores of tho Upper .lames: the limestone
for tho Roanoko furnace is mined here; it has glass sand, and sand for silica
brick and foundry purposes at its very door; in a word, is an ideal manufac?
A level tract of four hundred acres of land, lying (>" "Oth sides of the rail?
roads, and on the James River as well, with just fail enough (twenty-five
foot) to give good drainage, has been reserved for manufacturing purposes.
Not only aro selected sites from this reservation offered free to responsible
parties locating manufacturing establishments at Rucbanan, but the CEN?
TRAL LAND COMPANY OF BUCHANAN is desirous ol investing in such
establishments as give promise of success. It is especially anxious to s< euro
New England skill, and the minor industries that have been so successful in
JOS. D. WEEKS,
Vl.'c-Prosident C int.a' Lund Company
'U '-hana:.' X inoiNl ,
Bo yon know to Christmas is nearly here ?
Have you an overcoat and a new suit of
Isn't your cravat, collars and cuffs about
worn out ?
Do you want to make a fine appearance
during the holidays? Call on
The Jefferson Street Clothiers and Gents'
REMARKABLE GROWTH I Max Meadows, Wytlie County,
Of Salem, "Tho Queen City or the South?
The Salem Improvement Company,
the most successful organization of its
kind in Virginia, had its first sale of lots
December It, lSSlt. Since that time ,tbo
growth of Salem has been marvelous.
About 400 houses have been built; SI,
000,000 spent in buildings and improve?
ments; tho population nearly doubled,
and the business of tho postofHco and
telegraph oflico increased 500 per cent.
The iron furnace about to go into blast,
tho factories in operation and actually
secured will employ several thousand
hands and insure the doubling of the
presont population of 4,000 in another
Negotiations are nearly closed for ad?
ditional plants to employ several thou?
sand bands, and the hind companies,
with an aggregate capital stock of 84,
ono.oot), have voted liberal sums for new
industries. A cotton factory and a
woolen mill (nearly completed) that will
manufacture its goods into clothing,
will employ a large number of females.
The early extension of the Baltimore
and Ohio and the Roanoko and Southern
to Salem will make it. unimportant rail?
way e ntor. and hasten its growth into
a large iron, steel and general manufac?
turing and oommcrolal city. Saletn and
Roanoko, now rapidly growing togel her,
are destined to be the great industrial
center of Virginia.
Salem is tho most attractive town in
Virgin'*; and it may w< 11 be proud of
its sui passingly beautiful b eat ion. its
healthful climate, its retin, d society, it 4
line chutcbos, its exo dient schools, and
of Roanoko College, one of tho leading
instile.tions in Virginia* Attractive us
;: place of resldcnc ?, ii now idlers un?
usual ad van tug ts for manufacturing and
general business. No other town in
Virginia has ov< r equalled Salem's
record of progress for tho last twelve,
months, 'i ho stage of experiment is
passed, and Salem Is now firmly estab?
lished on a solid industrial basis.
The Improvement Company proposes
to c >.\t brate (he atinivi rsary of its first
great sale of lota bj offering on Decem?
ber Ilth und 12th, at reasonable prices,
tiome ol the mo..I. valuable lots in our
growing city. This property adjoins the
old town and is surrounded by t he lands
of other strong companies. Doing inside
property, it will continue to increase in
value. Th? Norftdk and Western and
tho Dummy Line to Roanoko run
through it and hav? their passenger
stations on it. The streets have been
graded and the town system of water
works extended throngh them. Lots will
be offered on College avenue and other
business streets and on the Boulevard
Koanoke and other residence avenues.
On College avenue, which has beon well
graded and macadamized at a cost of
$?,000, only brick or stono buildings may
On it, the Hotel Salem, oosting SH5,
000, oielusito of the lr.nd or furniture,
is under roof, the Improvement Com?
pany's bank and office bullding?no by
80 feet, three stories- -is nearly ready
for occupancy, anil a number of largo
business houses are in coursb of < r< c
tion. This avenue is sure to bee mie
one Of the finest business thoroughfares
The lots to be offered on lb ccmbor
Ilth and 12 th, will be sold for one-third
cash ami the balance in one and two
years, and the oompuny will adhere to
to its policy of pi:.eng its lots at. such
prices as will insure invt Btors large and
quick profits, |?'or a beautiful new map.
a pamphlet of thirty-two pages, and
further information, those interested
Should address Mr. ,T. VV. F. Ai.i.kmono,
president, Salem, Va.
Rverlhing worn by men, women and
nhlldrenc in be found at Herl fit's Auction
Ii........ ..a^l ...'u-v. SVftX .lO'.VU. ftbvl'S Ini
A Perfect Site For Industrial Pur?
poses. Seventy-two raUes west of Koa?
noke, Vs., twenty-eight miles west of
Radford. Va.. and seventy-nine miles
east of llristo!. Tonn., on tho line of tho
Norfolk and Western railroad'?a trunk
line from New York to New Orleans.
It is only fifteen miles west of Pulaskl,
tho point at which theNorthCarolina con?
nection leaves the main line toconnect
with the Cape Pear and Yadkln Valley
railroad. With the completion of this
and the Ironton extension to the Ohio
river, both under active construction, a
great It ee Trunk Link, from Chicago to
tho South Atlantic Ska no a ho will be
opened, giving ample facilities for
reaching the largest ;ind rapidly widen?
Max Meadows is only forty miles in
an air line from the gre; t PooAIIOXTAS
Flat Tee Co w. Fields, although the
present distance by rail is lo:i miles.
It is Surround? d by iron ore properties,
and there is no point in Virginia that
has cheaper and more regular supplies
Of.COAl^ cokk, and IKON our.
Although in the great Valley of Vir?
ginia, the altitude of Mnx Meadows is
2,015 fkkt aiiovk tipkwateh. The
climate i-. perf et, the nery superb,
and the district has been noted for
years for tlio richness sind fertility of
its soil, sind tlio excellence of its finb
cat t le anil sheep
One of tlio largest and most thor?
oughly equippi d hi.ast pi-iinacrs in tbo
Soutii is rapidly approaching comple?
tion; a Hoi.l.lMi mill and HOttSR shoe
?nl t tct, and favorable
ol it r industries are
at developments n
iron ort! is now a vttil
:.: low c 'St. Every
or iron, either red
>r c Id short can be
factory Is und? r c
pending. |Jy i
Strong red short
abb- at ti.is poihl
shert. neutral, <
prodi c ii at will.
A proper admixture of ores will give
si OiiKAPiHON that cr.ntiot be excelled ill
any portion of the world for sm am. cAkt
im.s. ami especially hiiklk hakdwaiIR,
being a: rt.uii) sts water, and tk.naoiouh
and m; by reason of tho1 copper in
the red shorl ore. There are a number
of ciiAHCOAi. Ft'hnackh in the vicinity
giving chilling and malleable irons. To
reBponsililc parties disposed towards tbo
establishment of independent or
branches of any industrial works in
IRON, rtef.i., wood-working, cotton,
wow.en. or in general i .in rs, adm1h
ah:.7. kites wii.l, iir GlVRK, fronting on
both railroad and water, and hearty co?
Reed ( reek, one of the boldest streams
in Southwest Virginia, flows through
the town, furnishing ample water pup?
pies for drinking, manufacturing and
Extensive water works are now be?
ing constructed; a large modern
ho: ei, will ho opened in Deoombor; tho
Btrei ts are being grade d nnd macadam?
ized, and an electric plant will be
established at an early da v. Between
?10 and 50 buildings have been erected
I during the last few months, and a large
number are now under contract, and
The company is particularly desirous
pf having heated a Flits 1-cla8s ma
ctiine HltlCK yard. Aside from a very
heavy It on 1 demand, il is a good ship;
plng point for outside places.
A careful personal examination will
convince any impartial observer that
there is m> foist, not merely in tbo
South, hat in any part of this country
that offers great* r business indue -menU
in a legitimate way. No boom is looked
for, bill simply a'steady and prolltahh
ib velopment. Correspondence solicited
[' i h ut. CLAUKNCK M, CLARK
Philadelphia. Pa.; vioe-prcshb nt. ED
MI ND C. PLVIIiN. Roanpke, Va.
inannffer; il. cyBAKER, MaJ Meadows
Offers Free Sites to Substantial
It possesses advantages in I? cation, wator power, railroad facilities, and minoral
resources that commend it sp< dully id flioso looking for manufacturing sites.
Already a town of It.nun inhabitants, with more tlian $2,000,000 worth of indus?
tries established, it has pissed the expectant period, and is now an established
town, with the promise of .' ,000inhabitants in a few years.
The Following is a List of tho Industries Secured and in Operation
iron Furnace (completed), !l(M,uui>; Pulp and Paper Mills (in operation), S100,
000;Saddlo and iltirttoss Factory (in operation!. $10,000; Fire Brick Works (in
courso of construction), 9100,000: Stei m Tannery (in operation), 8100,000; Filming
Mills and l,umlK>r Yards (111 operation), 8:10,000; Furniture and Chair Factory (in
operation), $10,000; Ued Itrlclt Works (in operation), 830,000; Wise Wagon Works
(in operation), 825,000; Wire i-Ync ? . Cory (in operation), 810,000; W?hlt n Mills
(comploted), 870,000; Khotrio l.i hi I'laul (in operation), 810,000, First National
Bank of Ituona Vista (in opera lion). $50,000; Buenu Vista Building and Invest?
ment Co. Hankers, $81,000; lUiona Vi t.i Building and improvement Co.; i&O.Oi 0;
Buonn Vista Advocate and Job olllee (In operation),85,000; lt)ggCrate Factory (com
plctcd), 850,000; Lexington Investne ul Co, (in operation), $100,000, Virginia Be a
Estate Improvement Co. (in operation), 8100,000; Three Livery Stuhles (In opt a
tioni. 810,000; Fngine \- Boiler I'lanl (building), 8300,000; Basic Steel Works ?r
g'-inhtud), 8300,000; Sash, nor ?S Blind Factory, $50,000; I'laiuing Mills & Waul
Working Establishment, $100.000; HI ass Works (organized) $200,000. 'Uta*
82,211,000. For particulars, ndddin A. T. BARCLAY, President.
.1. I). ANDERSON. Stctelnrv.
Tho leading house In Southwi
4^ ROOMING TOWN.
Advaim ???? in the race of progress.
Called the Saratoga of the South. In?
dustries Hearing com pi tion and con?
templated. Iis chinches und ichools.
mugn I e nt.
a! 11. Ctlll thu
Wo uro now i~orvle.fr tho celebrat? d
LYNN HAVEN BAY OYSTERS,
In every Btyler-Prled, 8tewed, Broiled
otc.. and wo muriu u. specialty ot
Iu addition, wc have the finest | hVsal
Pool and Billiard Parlor
in the State.
Ladies' and Gents'
Rooms up stairs.
OPEN ALL NIGHT.
(Ms. J. Ormsby,
By virtue of a deed of trust executed
to me as trustee by A. Z. Koinor and
W. P. Baker, dated 17th day of Novi ni
ber, 1888, and of record in tho clerk's
ollloe of the IIlistings Court for Roanoke
City, Va., deed book 17 page 14ft, to se?
cure to B. W. Sykes and Ellen Sykes
the payment of the sum of S3.333.32, as
ovidenc d by two negotiable noti s ol
81,000.00 i ach, due in one and two years
from November 17th, 1888, with inter?
est. Default having been made in the
I payment of the last of sa'd notes, at , properly,
I the requestof the said beneficiary, I ' when all
1 shall si 11 to the highest hiddi r. by pub
! lie auction, in front of the courthouse
: in Roanoko olty, on SATURDAY, .1AN
} UARY Mtb. 1801. at P.' M.', thai c rlain
I lot of land lying in Koanoko, Va..
bounded as follows, to wit:
"Beginning at a corner to tleorgo P.
Taylou's lot on the north side of Sab hi
j avenue, tliohn >, north I70J4 f''1'1' :i"
1 alley, tin nc ? east with said alley 50
feet to the lot of I'. 1". Van Miller,
thence south with Van Miller's litv
i 170^ fei t tu Sab m avenue, thbnes with
j Salem avenue west 50 feet to tin- In gin
i ning, which rot of land em braces two
bes. Caen fronting mi Salem avenue ".">
I feet. It being the same lot. c >nvey< d by
E. W. and KJ?. n Sykes t.-> A. Z. Koinor
arid W. |<\ I Ac r, by died bearing even
date with liiuCib i d."
I lie i c in i ,v surround In
\i j tin \ t.i- 's boom i
it i it ion ot ; be country,
j Wytln e. ittity is not, d lor Its blue
j .' l a*? and IIlie liurds and ricn It^'rioult?
j ttrul a>???:?. It embodies the mountain
; c liei'y and climate and line n . uoral
w ti rs ot A licvlllo; N. C.j with iron
and coal viistly superior to ltj niu hum,
I n the midst of an agrici Itnr'ai soil uni?
versally superior to cither. Lioatcd
I upon t in- Norfolk and V,. stei n i ail road,
I half way In twocii Roanoke it nd Bristol,
I the former ol v.hich i;. situated upon
I tie- ea>l rn border and the latti r tho
western border of the gnat, upland
I mineral basin known as Southwest Vir
j giiiiu. Tin- proposed Virginia a id iCnn
i tpeky railroad, on which work will bo
gin soon, crosses the .N,.i folk and Wost
! orn at this point. Tho I'ui'ki rsburg,
Little Knnnwhu and Virginia railway
b cided to build tie- proposed
connecting link between the Black Dia?
mond system and lie- Cape Fear and
I Vadkin Valley via Wythev.illi . making
I Wythovlllc a com poling railway centre.
_ . . These lines will bring the llossnn ores
JJlUlllg j of Carroll, the mountain en s ef Bland
and the limonitc ores of Cripple Crook
and New River and the coul Holds of
VVythe, Bland and the Flat Top to?
gether at Wytheville. making it thu
great iron and trade centre of South west
New factories and industries are be?
ing located every week, among which
are two hotels costing S00,000 enoh,
Steel Ilango and Stove Faotory 8126,000,
While apjilications for sites are con?
stantly coming in. Tho Wytheville
Manufacturing Company, organized with
a dozen bands a few months ago. i ngag
ing in the building business, has in?
creased its force to 75 hands, with
twelve months' work ahead engaged,
and will now increase their force to 150
bunds. Strei ts are being graded every?
where, rail sidings for factories, while
every movement goes to indicate that
the placo will be the growing industrial
town o'r 180L The Wytheville Develop?
ment Company, the pioneer mover in
tin- good work, owing 77S acres of land,
hud its llrst sab- of lots from its choice
beginning September 30th?
the ^ots offered were Soon
taken up. ami to meet a growing demand
for purchasers 300 more lots will be of?
fer- d Ike mbi r 1.7th and I8llb intrin
s civ considi ri d as valuable perhaps an
(hat of any company being offered in
Virginia, yet at prloesextn im k rj i t son
able, which it. is earnestly hoped will
iirage actual settlors rather than
miusteb's salb of vam 'ABLE
By virtue of a deed of trtl PXl'C'ited
.? in, bv il. W. Bo tei berg, June 10,
','.io. aim recorded in tl >'Clerk's Office
i : he limpings Court, a'. Roan?ke olty,
Sei ieinbor 22. 1800, to seen re to W. S.
.(.'inch the payment of a certain S'lU
tin n iu mentioned upon tin- property
TERMS: Cash chough to pay off.said(thereby e. ?nv. v? d. said Bottenberg;be?
note and in!' ri st. and the c ists of exe?
cuting th':., trust: the halanci in one and
two years, secured by a deed of trust.
John b. penn;
DpC?mber?th', 1800. Trustee,
I lug in default in one of said | ayi rents
and t. l. Bandy Sc. Son-,, vyho assumed
i the payment ul tho saino, h :i!;r also in
j default lind having been roqu sti d by
? t he bejni Hcinry so to do, I v.--. 11 i Ii ?:? for
sale, in front of the premises, at public
uiictii n, at noon, on. saturday, tie
27th >iay of DBCBMBBR, I80?, 'he fol
I lowing* described property: Beginuing
at. a point on the norvb side of Bin
I street (Eighth avenue) 10.1 b et wi st of
street, thence with Kim Street
south, 88 degrees west, W:\ fool t?a
point; thence north, AO degrci s T.'ost,
140 feet to an alley: ta?-nco north, ?B
degrees r-aRt, ?lo,1^ feet to a point; th. neo
By virtue of a deed of trust ey.i cuted
to im- as trustee by .lohn Sin rldan and
wife, dated 17th day ol Nerombor, isss, I Henry
and ol rrcord in Hie clerk's office of the j
Hustings Conn for Koanoko city, Va.
Deed hook 17, p. 375, to secure to .1. 1).
Kirk the payment of the sum of 83,400,
as evidenced* by two negotiable notes of ? south, .'50 degreea oast, 14? feet to un?
$1,700 each, due in one and two years j
from 17 Nov., 1888, with interest. De?
fault having boon made in payment of
tho lsst of said notes, at the request of
tho said henotioiary, I shall sell to tho
highest bidder, by public auction, in
front of the court-house in RoanoU?, on
TUESDAY, DECEMBER 30th, 1890,
AT 12 M.. that certain lot, of laad lying
in Roanoke. Va., bounded and dcsoribetl
as follows: to wit:
"Beginning at a point, on thoeastside
of Second or Commerce st.. 70.5 feet
south of Campb 11 street; tin nc > along
! Sicund street south 7 degrees I minutes,
I east 46.7 feet to Kirk ave.; thenoo along
: Kirk ave.. south 88 degnees, east III
I feet to a point on an alloy; tbenc ? along
said nlley north 8 degrees ii minutes,
I west 55.3 feoi; thonoo south 80 degrees
28 minutes, west,24.8 feet to oornor bf
Jirlck bake-house; thcn?c south h7 de?
grees minutes, west 81.3 feel to pluOQ
i of beginning."
TBllMS: Cash enough to payoff said
note and interest, and the oosts 6t ex?
ecuting this trust; *lh? balauou in one
and two .years, scoured bv a deed ol
trust. " ROY lb SMITH, Trustee.
November 28th, 1890. no>29;lino
THE TIMES la tho only papor in Ron
noko which had tho eourmro and enter?
prise to Invent nionoy tn telegra-phtifej
beginning. This is an unparalle.d op?
portunity to sesuro a nice residense,
pleasantly situated and with all ci.ss
rcniences and inipraTe.?n*nts. Tl rms:
Cash sufficient to pay ooaks of ss'.e aad
exicutiim of trust, with amount. thMi
due say, J 1,200. Asmimption of follow?
ing payments: Four aotrs of i lOO.ti
each, dm- respectively in one, two, throo
and four yi'Hs. from .Inno 10, 1890, wiVh
and about 81,800, due in
payments, at Sin, to Home
and Kuan Associatiev.. Bal
any, to t?o paid ci terms aft
A. VAIDF.N. trustee;
November ^'.">. l .a>.
.* I'residsjnt. *
'v. and Tn as.
Brick and Tile Works,
MaOufaotiirers of flrst-clus.-. 'trick of
all kinds, including No. 1 I*ro?>a Bric.c,
Draining Tib-, Ao. Works on West
Dam I boll "fee* Roanoke. Va. I'.or