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PICKED UP ON THE STREETS.
Interesting Talks by the People
Caugnt by Times Reporters.
?llnyor Kvuns Han "?? Court for the First
Time?A I'oHoeinnn Wants the Force
lnerensetl?A Fireman on tho Needs of
the Department?Manager Ucckuer
and the New Oper? House.
Mayor Evans: "Yesterday was tho
first time slnco I have boon mayor of
Iloanoko that there was nobody tried in
the mayor's court. In other words, not
an arrest was made in twenty-four hours,
which speaks well for the peace and
good order of the city."
A physician: "Instead of lime being
the component to be mixed with dry
earth, as suggested in the timely inter?
view in the Times Wednesday morning,
it would be better to uso the common
plaster of commerce: lime tends to f roc
the amimonlnenl gases, plaster to tlx
An engineer: "Under no circumstan?
ces should iloanoko consent, to making
Lick run or Tinker creek an open
sewer. Every stream into which is :
turned fit-wage should have a smooth j
asphalt bottom and bo topped over."
A policeman: "The city force should !
bo immediately incroascttby about six
men and another sergeant. Then have
seven mon assigned tor day duty, tbreo
of whom, together with the additional
sergeant, should be mounted. The four
mounted men would bo a tower of
strength by tho rouSon of the facility
with which they could move from point
A lir, man: "A valuable auxiliary to
Boan ko's fire department would be tho
formation of n chemical battalion,which !
should bo located in tho heart of the
city, and have one or more.men on duty
all the timo. They.wouldbo able to ex?
tinguish many an incipient blaze. The
merchants of Salem and Campbell nve
nties'from Nelson to Iloanoko streets,
with tbos.- Intersect ing, could ? 1 afford !
tb equip and maintain a c' ?hd
tarpaulin battalion, eve
smothered one Uro n yr
carbonic add gasnr
pahying hose. w<
to one's bde" -1
most rt c use
,iese swing- :
.nee from the j
tho wind stirs, j
element of danger
.ailing. All the pro
,uve prohibited them,and
juld fall in line. I'm a
i know, but all tlieso little
.elp to beautify the city and to
it a pleasant place of residence."
? passer-by: '"Thatrun which passes,
,iarallel with Campbell street, under
The Times building ought to be indicted
as a nuisance. It should be walled up.
haved a concreted bottom, and be cov- j
ered at once. Who is responsible for i
tho existence of this open, hot-bed of j
A theatre goer: "It is rumored that
Manager lieckner, of the Opera House,
will secure the management of tho
Academy of Music about' to be built.
This is good news for the amusement
lovers of Iloanoko, for Mr. Beckner has
provided first-class shows sinco he has
been at the helm. Ho might have made
more money by bringing 'barn-stormers'
here, but he has sought rather to raise
tho standard at tbo expense of his pockot
for the present, looking to the future
for his gains."
A lawyer: "Did you over got a good,
look at Tom Woods, the attorney, side 1
ways? Y'es? Well you must have no- !
tioed his remarkable resemblance to
Grovor Cleveland. He is an exact coun?
terpart of tho ex-'l'resident as ho ap?
peared before ho was elected governor |
of New York six years ago."
A Beautiful Christmas Ornament.
Rosenbaum Dros. have in their win?
dow a most unique Christinas ornament,
designed and executed by Warty Smith,
their young window dresser. It is that
old friend of childhood days. Kris
Kingle, seated in his traditional slegh
drawn by an an tiered reindeer. Rein?
deer anil sleigh are composed of silk
and linen handkerchiefs, ingeniously
and tastily arranged. Sealed in the
sleigh is Kris himself, "covered with'
snow and his beard, and upon his back
is slung a bag Of toys, the whole being
a timely and suggestive attraction. Tin
window contains over 800 handkerchiefs,
ncltiding background and all.
A Sufi- 1 ii vest meill.
Is one which is guaranteed to bring
you satisfactory results, or in case of
failure a return of purchase price. On
this safe plan you can buy from our
advi rlised druggisl a bottlo of Dr. King's
"New Discovery for Consumption. It is
guaranteed to bring relief in every case,
.when used for any affection of Throat,
Lungs or Chest, such as Consumption,
Inflammation ?>f l.ung-, Bronchitis,
Asthma, Whooping Cough, Croup, etc.,
etc. H is pleasant and agreeable to
taste, perfectly safe, and can alwn hi
depended upon. Trial bottles fr ia at
Dud well, Christian & Rarbec's Drug?
There is nothing like Dr. Thomas
Eclcotrio Oil to quickly cure a cold or
hoarseness. Written by Mrs. M. J.
Fellows, Burr Oak. St. Joseph county,
Daclclcn's Arnicn Salve.
Tho bost salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever
sores, tetter, chapped bands, chilbaius.
corns, and all skin eruptions, and posi?
tively cures piles, or no pay required.
It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfac?
tion, or money refunded. Price :.'.'> cents
per box. For sab; by Budwoll, Christian
Sc Barbce. tu,th,sat
Yon lire In n Had Fix.
But we will cun? you if you will pay
us. Nervous and Debilitated, Buffering
from Nervous Debility, Seminal Weak?
ness, and all tho effects of oarly evil
habits, or later Indiscretions, which
lead to premature Decay, Consumption
or Insanity, should send for and -e td
tho "Book of Live." giving particuLirs
of a home c j re. Sent (sealed) by ad?
dressing Dr Parki-i's Medical and Sur?
gical institute, 151 rlortji Spruce street
Nashville, Tonn. W.cy guarantee a
cure or no pay.?The Sundaj Morning,
A. B.c. Remedies are bettor ind))rsed
than any on tbo markot. They tnicrit
jour attention. ' \
THOITBLE A H?HT A SAUE.
Leonard Clarke Charged With Sellin?
Another Mau's Property.
Leonard Clark, a young white man,
September 19 last, bought from the Ro
anoko l and and Improvement Company
five lots on Wood street, between
Gregory and Monroe, giving in payment
therefore S130 in cash and his notes for
On the 5th instant Clarke transferred
his interest in the lots to .1. S. Simmons
for $130 cash, tho purchaser assuming
Yesterday Clarice was arrested upon a
warrant sworn out by ISncis Mab*, a
negro woman, who charged that he bad
sold her one of the lots for 8175, and
producing; a contract of sab" bearing
date September 16, or three days before
he purchased the property. The con?
tract in question acknowledged the re?
ceipt of 810 upon its exi cution, and
upon its back were three other receipts,
one for ?15 and two for $2."> each, the
latter bearing date December 5, or the
date upon which ho transferred tho
property to Simmons.
Another one of the lots bad been sold
to George Wood, a colored man. who
produced a contract of sale acknowledg?
ing receipt Of $10, dated October 31.
Wood alleges thai he has made a num?
ber of demands upon Clarke for the
deed to the lot, tendering at the same
tinio tho money, Si 12, called for In tho
contract as first payment.
Clarke was summoned for preliminary
examination before'Squiro Howorton at
2:30 yesterday afternoon, but requested
a postponement until this evening.
His statement was to the eiltet that
ho had sold the lots in question to tho
parties with the understanding thai
they could surrender the contracts and
receive back tho money paid upon them:
that the Hale woman came to him und
asked to lie released, as per agreement;
to this be ngn ed, and Offered to give
her his note at twenty-live days for the
873 which he had received on account.
This he did on the 8th, or three days
after he had sohl the property to Sim
mends, and on which day lie had also
received823 from Mrs. Hale. The latter
became dissatisfied, however, and
?ought to have him pay the c ish, as the
'? was not secured. This Clarke could
. do. lie says, und Mrs. Halo swore out
? warrant for his arrest.
Clarke says the $10 paid by Wood was
forfeited by reason of the latter not pay?
ing the $112 at tho agreed time. He
claims to be worth ST,out) in real estate
in this city.
'Squire Howorton postponed the
examination until 1 o'clock this after?
noon, releasing Clarke upon his personal
recognizance in S.">00.
Crawlcy in the Jug.
Sergeant Jones yesterday arrested L.
.1. Crawley on a charge of drunkenness.
He was locked up until sober and then
released upon payment of $2.50 line.
This worthy is one of. tho pair who
acquired so much notoriety in connec?
tion with tho King abduction case.
Canned oysters on ice, received at
Mclluiro ?fc Metzcr's, Salem avenue,
thrco times per week. dec3-l\v
The Industrial Center.
For manufacturing purposes
Railroad M River.
; Choice lots in desirable loca
1 tions for sale on terms
to suit purchasers.
Land and Improvement Co,
JOSEPH E. DORAN, President.
CHAS. F. Mellon, Secy. & Treas.
333 Walnut St.5
NO PLACE in tho South offers
superior advantages to those
seeking Manufacturing Sites
than Buchanan. It has all tho conditions for Successful Manufacturing.
Cheap fuel, cheap and most excellent irons, abundant timber in easy reach,
and other raw material at hand. Pipo works, paper mills, furnituro and
other wood-working establishments, boot and shoe factories, iron and steel
rolling mills, stove foundries, woolen and cotton mills, machine shops, will
lind 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 tho Norfolk
and Western, (S. V. R. R.) and the building of two others, the Baltimore and
Ohio and Virginia Western seems well assured. It has competing coal i is
within easy distance of the New River and flat Top Cokes; is at tho gateway
to tho magnificent deposits of iron ores of the Upper .lr.ir.es; the limestone
for tho Roanoko furnace is mined hero : it has glass sand, and sand for silica
brick and foundry purposes at its very door; in a word, is an ideal manufac?
A lovel tract of four hundred acres of land, lying on both sides of the rail?
roads, and on the .lames River as well, with just fall enough (twenty-live
feet) to give good drainage, has been reserved for manufacturing purposes.
Not only are selected sites from this reservation offered free to responsible
parties locating manufacturing establishments at Buchanan, but the CEN?
TRAL LAND COMPANY OF BUCHANAN is desirous of investing in such
establishments as givo promise of success, it i-; especially anxious to secure
New England skill, and the minor industries that have been so successful in
New England. ~\T ~T * ? ?
JOS. >>. WEEKS, \ / 1 I^O
Vi;2-Prcsidcnt I nt.a' Land Company \ JL L C^.
h ' 11 ana:, \ iKoixi.
Be yon blow M Iriias iE nearly ire ?
Have you an overcoat and a new suit of
Isn't your c>*avat, collars and cuffs abotit
worn out ?
Do yoLi want to make a fine appearance
during the holidays ? Call on
The Jefferson Street Clothiers and Gents'
REMARKABLE GROWTH I Max Meadows, Wythe County,
Of Sab in, "Tho Queen City of the South?
The Salem Improvement Company,
the most successful organization of its
kind in Virginia, had its tirst sale of lots
December 11. 1880. Since that time the
growth of Salem has been marvelous.
About 400 houses have been built; $1,
0(10.000 spent in buildings and improve?
ments; the population nearly doubled,
and the business of the postotlice and
telegraph office increased 500 per cent.
The iron furnace about to go into blast,
the factories in operation and actually
secured will employ several thousand
hands and insure the doubling of the
present population of 4,000 in another
Negotiations are nearly closed for ad?
ditional plants to employ several thou?
sand hands, and the. land companies,
with an aggregate capital stock of S4.
000,000, have voted liberal sums for new j
industries. A cotton factory and 0
woolen mill (nearly completed) that will ?
manufacture its goods into clothing,
will employ a large number of females.
Tho early extension of the Baltimore 1
and Ohio and the Roanokc and Southern ,
to Salem will make it an important rail- :
way center, and hasten its growth Into
a large iron, steel and general manufac?
turing and commercial city. Sab-m and !
Roanoko, now rapidly growing together,
are destined to be the great industrial
center of Virginia. .
Salem is the most attractive town in
Virginia; and it may well be proud of
its sin passingly beautiful location, its
healthful climate, its refined society,its !
line churches, its excelloht schools, and
of Roanoko College, one of tho leading
institutions in Virginia. Attractive as
11 place of residence, it now offers Oh
usual advantages for manufacturing lind
general business. No other town in !
Virginia has ever equalled Salem's
record of progress for the lust twelve
months. The sta re of experiment is
passed, and Salem is now firmly cstab- j
lisbed oh a solid industrial basis.
The Improvi ment Company proposes ;
to celebrate the anniversary pi its first ;
great sale of lots by offering on Decent- ,
bur tltli and 12th, at reasonable prices, j
some of the most valuable lots In our
growing city. This'property adjoins the 1
. old town and is surrounded by the lands
ol other strong cornpiinie's. Being inside ;
! property, it. will continue to increase in
I value. The Norfolk and Western and
the Dummy Line to Roanoko run
through it and have their passenger
BtlltiOllS Ori it. The streets have been
graded and the (own system of water
worksextended through them. Lois will
be orten d on. Coib ge avenue und other
I business streets and on tho Houlevard
Roanoko and other resilience avenues.
On College avenue, which has been well
I graded and macadamized at a cost of
?0,000, only brick or stone buildings may
be ere Ctcd.
On it, the Hotel Salem, costing ?05,
000, exclusive of the land or furniture,
is under roof, the Improvement Com?
pany's haul; add office building?50 by
80 feel, three stories?is nearly ready
for occupancy, and a number of large
business bouses are ill course of erec?
tion. TL is avenue is ?uro to become
one of Cue finest, business thoroughfares
The lots to be offorotl on IVcemher
nth and c.'th. will bo sold for one-third
cash and tho balance in one and two
years, and the Company will adhere to
to its policy of placing its lots at such
prices as will insure investors large and
quick pro tits. For a beautiful how map.
a pamphlet of thirty-two pages, and
flintier information, those interested
should address Mr. .1, W. W Ai.i.kmono,
president, Salem. Va.
Ever thing worn by men, women and
children can be found at Berlin's Auction
House, and prices way down. novlS-liu
A Perfect. Site For Industrial Pur?
poses. Seventy-two miles west of Koa?
noko, Va.. twenty-eight miles west of
Radford, Va., and seventy-nine miles
east of Bristol. Tenn., on the line of tho
Norfolk and Western railroad?a trunk
line from New York to New Orleans.
It is only fifteen miles west of Pulaskl,
the point at which tbeNorthCarolina con?
nection leaves the main line to connect
with the Cape Fear and Yadkin Valley
railroad. With the completion of this
and tho Ironton extension to the Ohio
river, both under active construction, a
great ItKK Thi nk Link from ClilCAOo to
the South Atlantic Skahoaho will bo
opened, giving ample facilities for
reaching the largest and rapidly widen?
Max Meadows is only forty miles in
an air line from the great PoCAHOXTAS
Flat Tor Coai. Fiki.ds, although the
present distance by rail is 103 miles.
It is surrounded by iron ore properties,
and there is no point in Virginia that
bas cheaper and more regular supplies
of coai.. cokk, and ikon oilK.
Although in the great Valley of Vir?
ginia, the altitude of Max .Meadows is
2,015 FKET A1IOVK TIDKWATKIt. The
climate is perfect, the scenery superb,
and the district, has been noted for
years for the richness and fertility of
its soil, and the excellence of its kink
ca i i ie and sheep
One (1f the largest and most thor?
oughly equipped iii.ast furxachs in the
South is rapidly approaching comple?
tion; a 1:01.1.1 n!? Mti.t. and iiorsk shoe
factory is under contract, and favorable
negotiations for other industries are
ponding. By recent developments a
. strong red short iron ore is now avail?
able at ibis point at low cost. Every
possible variety of Iron, cither red
; short, neutral, or cold short can be
prod need at will.
A proper admixture of ores will give
a < iikap IHON that cannot be excelled in
any portion of the world fofs&iAl.i. cast
inos. and especially shklf iiakdwahi:,
being as ? tum as water, and TKNAClous
and STRONG by reason of the copper in
the. red short ort:. There are a number
of CHARCOAL Fl.'knacks in the vicinity
giving chilling and mnlleable irons. To
re-1 onslblo parties disposed towards the
establishment of Independent or
branches of any industrial works in
IltoN, Slt.r.l.. Wnon-ViOliKI.nc, COTTON,
WOOl.KN, or in (ikxkral links. A dm ii'.
Anr.K SITUS WILL IIKjtilVKX, fronting on
both railroad and water, and hearty co?
Reed Crook, one of tho boldest streams
in Southwest, Virginia, Hows through
tho town, furnishing ample water sup
piles for drinking, manufacturing and
Extensive watki: w??uks are now be?
ing constructed; a i.akok mopkhn
iiotki. will be opened in December: the
strei ts are being graded and macadam?
ized, and an 1:1.1a Title PLANT will be
established at an early day. Between
?10 and 50 buildings have been creeled
during the last few months, and a large
number are now under contract and
The company is particularly desirous
of having located a FIRST-CLASS MA
CIHNK ?RICK VAR1). Aside from a very
heavy local demand, it is a good ship?
ping point tor outside places.
A caroful'personal examination will
1 convince any Impartial observer that
there is NO point, not merely in the
SOUTH, but in ANY i'AitTOF Till: COUNTRY
' that otters greater business indue ments
i:i a IcgitimatO way. No boom is looked
for, hut simply a steady and profitable
development. Correspondence solicit! d,
I President. CLARENCE M. CLARK,
Philadelphia, l'a.: vi.president, BD
, MI NI) C. PECHIN, Roanoko, Va.:
manag r, IL C RAKER, Max Meadow--,
Buena Vista, Virginia,
Offers Free Sites to Substantial
It possesses advantages in location, water-power, railroad facilities, and mineral
resources that commend it specially to those looking for manufacturing sites.
Already a town of 11,000 inhabitants, with more than $2,000,000 worth of indus?
tries established, it has passed the expectant period, and is now an established
town, with the promise of 35,000 inhabitants in a few years.
The Following is a List of the Industries Secured and in Operation
Iron Furnace (completed), 8300,000; Pulp and Paper Mills (In operation), Slud,
000; Saddle and Harness Factory (ill operation), 910,000; fire Prick Works (in
course of construction), $100,000; Steam Tannery (in operation), 8100,000; Planing
Mills and Lumber Yards (in operation), $30,000; Furniture and Chair Factory (in
operation), 810,000; Red Rriotr Works (in operation). $30,000; Wise Wagon Works
(in operation!. $25,000; Wire Ponce Factory (in operation). 810,000; Woolen Mills
(completed). 870,000; Electric Light Plant (In operation); 810,000, First National
Hank of Bncnn Vista (in operation). $50,000; Buonn Vista Ituilding and Invest?
ment Co. Hankers. $81,000: Buena Vista Ituilding and Improvement Co., $80,0(0;
llucnn Vista Advocate and Job ofllce (in operation), $5,000; Egg Crate Factory (com
pie ted), 850,000; Lexington Investmente?), (in oporation), $100,000, Virginia lira'
Estate; Improvement Co. (in operation), 8100,000; Three Livery Stables (in ope a
tion), $10.000; Englnu Roller Plant (building). $300,000; Basic Steel Works' ?r
ganixed), $300,000; Sash, Door J5 Ulind Factory, $50,000; Plaining Mills Weed
Working Establishment, $100,000; Class Works (organized) $200,000. loa*
$2,211,000. For particulars, adddrcss A. T. BARCLAY, President.
.1. I). ANDERSON. Secretary.
The loading bouse In Southwest
LYNN HAVEN Bill OYSTERS
We uro now serving tbo celebrated j w;i1
. stylo?Fried, Stewed, Broiled,
etc;., und wo make a specialty of
Pool and Billiard Parlor
ill the State.
Advances In tbo race of
Called tbo Saratoga of tbo South,
dustrics nearlng completion and
tern plated, its churches and schools;
The .scenery surrounding magnificent.
Wythovlllo's boom is attracting the
attention of tiie country.
Wythe county is noted ior its blue
grass and lino herds and rich agricult?
ural area. It embodies tie- mountain
cencry and climate and iir.e mineral
tors of Asltuville, N. C, with iron
and c >al vastly superior to llirminghnm,
in thu midst of an agricultural soil uni?
versally superior to oltlmr. Located
upon the Norfolk and Western railroad,
half way between Roanokc and liristol,
the former of which is situated upon
the eastern border and the latter the
western bonier of the great, upland
mineral basin known as South west Vir?
ginia. The proposed Virginia and Ken?
tucky railroad, on which work will
_ . gin soon, crosses the Norfolk and West
orn at this point. The Parkcrshurg,
T ... . . i r Little Ivanaivha und Virginia railway
111 addition, We have tllC imeSt has also decided to build the proposed
connecting link between the Black Dia?
mond system and the Capo Fear and
Yadkin'Vnlley via Wythoville, making
Wythevillo a competing railway centre.
These linos will bring tbo Oossnn ores
of Carroll, the mountain ores of ltland
and the limoilito ores of Cripple ('reek
and New River and the coal Holds of
Wythe, ltland and the Flat Top to?
gether at Wythevillo, making it tbo
great iron ami trade centre of Southwest
New factories and industries are be?
ing located every week, among which
are t.wo hotels costing $00,000 each,
Steel Hange and Stove Factory $120,000,
while applications for sites are con?
stantly coining in. The Wythevillo
Manufacturing Company, organized with
a do/en bands a few months ago, engag?
ing in the building business, has in?
creased its force to 7ft hands, with
twelve months' work ahead engaged,
and will now increase their force to 150 ,
hands. Streets are being graded every- 1
where, rail sidings for factories, while
every movement goes to indicate that
the place will bo the growing industrial
town of 1801. The Wythoville Develop?
ment Company, the pioneer mover in
the good work, owing 77S acres of land,
bad its first sale of lots from its choice
property, beginning September 30th,
when all the lots offered wert; -soon
taken up. and to meet a growing demand
for purchasers 300 more lots will bo of
: fered December 17th and 18th, intrin
; sidy considered as valuable perhaps as
that of any company being offered in
I Virginia, yet at prices extremely reason-:
able, which it is earnestly hoped will
encourage actual settlers rather than
Ladies' and Gents' Dining
Rooms np stairs.
OPEN ALL NIGHT.
Chas. J. Ormsby,
By virtue of a deed of trust, executed
to me as trustee by A. Z. Keiner and
W. F. Maker, dated 17th day of Nov< in
ber, 1888, and of record in tin- clerk's
ollice of tbo Hustings Court for Itoanoke
City, Va.. deed book 17 page 1 10, to se?
cure to E. W. Sykes and Ellen Sykes
the payment of the sum of $3,333.32, as
evidenced by two negotiable notes of I
81,000.00 each, due in one and two years ]
from November 17th, 1888, with inter?
est. Default having been made, in the
payment of the last of said notes, at
the request of t he said beneficiary, I
shall sell to the highest bidder, by pub?
lic auction, in front of the courthouse
in Itoanoke city, on SATURDAY, .1 A N
,UABY Utb, 1801. at IL' M.. that certain
lot of land lying in itoanoke, Va.,
bounded as follows, to wit:
"Beginning at a corner to George P.
Tayloe's lot on the north sido of Salem
avenue, thence north I79J-* feet in an
alley, thence east, witli saiil alley 50
foet to tlx' lot. of P. F. Van Miller,
thence south with Van Miller's line
179)4 feet to Salem avenue, thence with
Salem avenue West foi i to the begin?
ning; which lot of laud embraces two
lots, each fronting en Salem avenue 25
feet, it being the same loi convoyed by
E. W. und Ellen Sykes to A. V,. K?lner
and W. !'. Dal.er, by deed bearing even
! date with this d< t d."
j TERMS: Cnsh enough to pay off said
I note and interest, and the costs of oxo
| outing this trust; the balance in one and
; two years, secured by u deed of trust.
JOHN E. PENX.
December 5th, I MIX). Trustee.
RUSTBB'S SALF OF VALUABLE
By virtue pf a deed of trust executed
to me ris trustee by ?lohn Sin riduu and !
wife, dated I7tli day of November, 1888,
and of record in tho.clork's ofllco <<f tin*
Hustings Court for Roanoko cit y. Va.
Deed hook 17. p. 375, to secure to ,i. !).
Kirk tbo payment of the sum of $3,400,
as evidenced by t.wo negotiable jmies of
SI,700 each, line in one and 'two years
from 17 Nov.. 1888, with interest." De?
fault having boon made in payment of
tho last of said notes, at the request of
the said bene?eiary, I shall sell to the
highest bidder, by public auction, in
front of the r.mrt-housc in Roanokc, oh
TUESDAY, DECEMBER 30th, is'.io.
AT 12 M.. that certain lot of land lying
in RonriOke, Va., bounded and described
us follows; to Wit:
"Beginning at a point on the east sido
of Si cond or Commerce st., 7<>.."> foet
\ south of Campbell street: thence along
Second stlCCt south 7 degrees! minutes,
east ?10.7 feet to Kirk ave.: the nee along
Kirk aVO., south SS degrees, east. Ill
feet to a point on an alley; thence along
said alb v north s degrees 8 minutes,
west 55.2 foot; thence south sr. degrees
28minutes, west 21.8 feet to corner of
brick bake-house; thohcu south' 87 de?
grees 58 liitnutes, west 84.3 feet bo place
TERMS: Cash enough to -pay off" said
note and interest, and the costs of ex?
ecuting tiiis trust; tho balance in one
and two years, secured by a deed ?f
t rust. : RQY B.; SMITH, Trustee.
November 28th, 1890. noySO-Im?
TIIE TIMES la tho only paper ::i Ron
noke which had tho courago and onter
prlso to Invent mone y in tub ale
irtue Of a deed of trust executed
:o me bv II. \V. BoSter-bcig, dune 10,
s'.io. and" recorded in tho Clerk's ollice
>f. be Hustings Court, a'. Roanokc clt\
Sej tembor 1800, to secure to W.
Ciooch tho payment of a certain s tm
therein mchtioucd upon tho property
thereby conveyed, said Dot toribcrg be?
ing in default in One of said payments
and 'J'. L. Handy & Sons, who assumed
the payment, of Cue same, being also in
default and having been requested by
the beneficiary so to do. 1 will offer for
sale, in front of tho premises, at. public
auction, s.t noon, on SATURDAY, the
27th'day of DECEM BER, 181)0, tho fol?
lowing ' ('.? scribed property: Reginning
at a point on the north side of Him
street (Eighth avenue) ltd feet west of
Henry street, thence with Elm street
south', SS degree:; west, 40J$ feet to a;
I>olnt; thence' north, ::<) degrees west,
l i'.i feet to an alley: thence north. 88 |
dogrocs east, m'j fei tto a point; thence
south, 30 degrees east. 149 feet to tho
beginning. This is an unparalled op?
portunity to secure a nice residence,
?pleasantly situated and with till con?
veniences and improvements. Terms:
Cash suindent to pay costs of sale and
; execution of trust, with amount then
due? say, 81,?.'00. Assumption of followr
! ing payments: Four notes of 8306.25
I each, due respectively in one, two, three
' and four yeas, from dune 10, 1890, with
interest, and about $1,800, due in
i monthly payments, at Sl<>, to Homo
', Building and Roan Association. Dal?
um:", if any, to be paid oi terms an
i nounccd at sale.
O. A. VATDEN. trustee.
Roanoke, Va., November 25. 1890.
A. L. Ooni.EV, President.
S. P. (JoRt.F.Y, Vice President.
J. S. SlMMOKS, Sec'y. and Treas.
Brick and Tile Works,
Manufacturers of first-class Brick of
all kind-., including No. I Press Biii.V,
Draining Tile, A.c. Works on West
Campbell svoor Roanokc. Va, Box