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original boo** was spontaneous and
arooo out <otT the faot that residents of
Salem und of Roanoko county saw the
' probabilities of tbo plaoe, interested
l themselves and their relatives out of
i the State, and put ?300,000 Into land
\ thoro at the first sale. This large trans
I action attraotcd universal attention to
i Salem and outside capital poured in
[ Almost unsolicited.
' "II is a shame that such a statement
should be made public. The merchants
of Baltimore ought to know that tills
country is, to a certain extent, tribu?
tary to Baltimore and will pour into her
coffers a volume of business groator
than any manufacturing establishment
situated in the city. From the very
nature of things, tho prosperity of Vir?
ginia means tho prosperity of tho whole?
sale business of Baltimore
"To ono who has watched tho history
of accumulated capital of lato years, its
movement into this direction is natural,
lloro in Virginia are found all tho re?
quisites of civilization. Tho iron oro
is here from which is wrought all man?
ner of products; tho coal is hero to re?
duce the iron; tho limestone is here,
and the broad fields for agriculture to
sustain a teeming population. Other
products of tho earth aro in abundance,
and the beginning of our development
into a vast manufacturing region is at
"The West, or rather thoso portions of
it which aro purely agricultural, do not
offer that diversity whioh capital de?
mands to make investment perfectly
safe. This money has boon largely
withdrawn from that country because,
of the uncertainty of tho returns from
it, and is cipher being hoarded or in?
fested in sections like this, which offer
evory olemont of safety.
"The Argontino Republic has been
abandoned by foreign capital by reason
of its insecurity, whioh insecurity nrist s
from tho fact that tho country in ques?
tion is purely agricultural. That-capi?
tal is now seeking investment,, and
there, are. no opportunities afforded any?
where for safe and liberal dividends like
this region, endowed by nature with
tli* riebest deposits of coal und Iron,
tho basis of civilization.
"It looks as though Mr. Supploo en?
tertained tbo idea that Baltimore must
bo sustained at tbo expense of tho
death of all the growing interests of
the South. Mr. Suppleo would kill the
goo.io that lays the golden egg.
? "It does not seem to mo tho part, of
wisdom to attack tho foundation of tho
Soulh'6 now hope; that section whioh
to-day is attracting the attention of tbo
world and is now acting as a magnet to
draw the thought and money of thou?
sands who look for solid investments in
countries which atford diversified oppor?
WHAT Mil. I.UnWIO HAS TO S.W.
F. U. Liiidwig: "Haltimoro possibly
.furnishes 6 por cont. of the capital in?
vested in Southwest Virginia; certainly
not more. I will also say that if any
roputablo business man of Baltimore
shows to mo that ho has lost any
money through investment in Roanoke,
1 will make good that loss myself, and :
will take off tho hands of the dissatis?
fied one any holdings ho may have
"It is woll known among business
men that Baltimore is eminently con- '
?ervativo in business vontunCs, and its
Capitalists rarely act contortedly in
-Ch enterprises :?s hav.o. lie on inaugu?
rated in this /^^/on in tho past few
years. They g^ein as individuals, and
to a limited extent. I recall ono in?
stance whero a certain company was
organized of lato with a capital stock of
$1,000,000. Baltimore's subscription to
this was 8.10,000, Philadelphia's share
was 5300,000, and this is tho true pro?
portion of relativo subscriptions
between the two cities, and of tho two
cities to Southwest Virginia."
a nohpoi.k han'S OPINION*.
Walter Sharpe, of Norfolk, a pro?
moter of and leading man in business
enterprises in that city, was interviewed
by a representative of TlIK TlMKS upon j
the subject. Mr. Sharpe is thoroughly i
conversant with tho subject, a man of I
affairs, and one who succeeded in cans- i
ing the corporate limits of Norfolk to ;
be oxtendod nearly to Lambert's Point.
Ho is tbo originator of and prime mover
in tbo organization of tho Virginia
Stato Real Estate Exchange. He is an
old resident of Haltimoro, and condemns
tho uttorance.s of Mr. Suppleo in the |
"Mr. Suppleo," said he, "is apt to get
?B tbo wrong sido of important mat- j
tors, and his statements should carry
no weight. Tho fact that land is I
cheaper within two miles of the City
Hall of Haltimoro than it is within the
rtamo distanco of tho business center of
Roanoke, as Htatod by Mr. Supploe, is
an evidence of a want of enterprise on
tbo part of Baltimore merchants; they
are afraid of ono another and afraid of
Tho bankers generally express tho
sentiments of Mr. Trout, above, and say
that thoy do but little, business, com?
paratively, with Baltimore's fiscal in?
stitutions, and fiay that the evidences of
thoir transactions with Maryland's chief
city is that it has made money largely
through its investments here. The
money, in tho judgment of the bankers,
now largely coming from Philadol
, adelphia and Now England, and is for
tho purposo of erecting plants for man?
ufacturing purposes strictly,
It is a matter of gcnoral opinion
about town by those calculated to know
that investments made of late by Balti?
more parties is with profits derived
from previous speculations here.
The Virginia Brewing Company is a
corporation of which capitalists of
Baltimore aro certainly cognizant. This
company was formed by a Raltimoroan
and is now managed by one, though the
stook is largely hold' locally. It is a
most remunerative, property, and its
big dividends have sent the stock
Ono gentleman said that it was a
matter of common notoriety that Haiti
more parties had laid down on their
contracts to buy in this section on many
occasions of lato. This party also said
that of the two carloads of people who
eamo on to the Woodland Park sale,
but five or six of the purchasers were
Tho general concensus of opinion ap?
pears to bo that Mr. Supploe speaks in
this matter for himself, and not for the j
capitalists of Baltitn ore, but if any con?
certed action is taken by that city
against this section, tho people hero
will rosent it by withdrawing the tens
?of thousands of dollars which are
.monthly being sent to Haltimoro for
nupplios, as they will regard such action
ob a monaco to their interests, and in
that event Baltimore's business inter?
ests will bo damaged moro than will
Of tho iniorosts in which Baltimore
oapital ia invested hero may he men?
tioned tho West End Land Company.
JJ200.000; tho Crystal Springs Land
Company. S40.000, and tho Koanoke Do
volopment Company, 850,000. This does
not represent money put in, but stock
subscribed to, of which from 20 to 40
per cent, has boon paid in. Tho stock
of tho ilrst two companies is how held
to bo worth a premium and could roadily
bo placed in this city in that way. Tho
stock of tho Development Company is
now regarded as ono of the most prom?
ising properties in Southwest Virginia
and anyone who is dissatisfied can quit
winner by mentioning tho fact to any
Thero is nothing liko Dr. Thomas
Eclectric Oil to quickly cure a colder
hoarseness. Written by Mrs. M. J.
Follows, Burr Oak, St. Joseph county,
Cabr, the sign writer, cannot make
first-class signs at half price. In fact
ho don't havo to do it. nov20-tf
Clipped from Canada Presbyterian,
under signature of C. Blackctt Robin?
son, Propr: 1 was cured of oft recurring
billions headaches by Burdock Blood
A. B. C. Remedies aro better Indorsed
than any on tho market. They morit
ltucklen'h Arnica Salvo.
The best salvo in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever
sores, tetter, chapped hands, ohilbains,
corns, and all skin eruptions, and posi?
tively eures piles, or no pay required.
It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfac?
tion, or money refunded. Price 25 cents
per box. For sale by Budwell, Christian
? Barbee. tu.th.sat
('uro for croup.?Dsn Dr. Thomas'
Eclectric Oil according to directions. It
is the best remedy tot all sudden attacks
of colds, pain and Infiamatlon, and in?
A weak back, with a weary aching
lameness over tho hips, is a sign of
diseased kidneys, Use the best, kidney
ouratlvo known, which is Burdock Blood
Will A. Cakh, tho Roanoko sign
writer, 3rd avo and 1st st. n. w. nov2(J-tf
?Tames T. (Sott, Cnriul, Ell., Says:
rile paid thirty-one dollars doctor's bill
for bis wife In one year, and one bottle
of Bradilcld's Female Regulator did her
more good than all tho mldiuino she
had taken before.
II. Dalk, Druggist, Carmi, 111.
Write Brad field Regl. Co., Atlanta, Ga.,
forparticulars. Sold by druggists.
Do you want an absolute Blood Purl
fier? It is found only in "A B. C.
RATT'S KJ^ ILLER
for Iteil BBifch , H!of[> In pnnoo.
Ftiio-n. Suro wVa lt?l<ie-sOio wot I;
d>nlh. Contains KT eODClUOUy.
.Mi pnlsoa. EE \&
Sold by Budwell, Christian ?fc Barbee,
and all druggists. jyl0-tf
Mttrr, ii fctcvuvi
iiml >i.rtillly eures
iiit'irrh. Why (In
you MifTor? <i-wl In
un Inf.illilile eure.
Sold by Budwell, Christian & Barbee,
and all druggists. jyl0-tf
The Industrial Center.
For manufacturing purposes
Railroad anil River.
Choice lots in desirable loca?
tions for sale ou terms
to suit purchasers.
Land and Improvement Co.
JOSEPH I. DORAN, President.
CHAS. H. Mellon, Secy. & Treas.
333 Walnut St.,
NO PLACE in tho South offers
superior advantages to thoso
seeking Manufacturing Sites
than Buchanan. It has a'? tho conditions for Successful Manufacturing.
Cheap fuel, cheap and most excellent irons, abundant timber in easy reach,
and other raw material at hand. Pipe works, paper mills, furniture and
othor wood-working establishments, boot and shoo factories, iron and steel
rolling mills, stovo foundries, woolen and cotton mills, machine shops, will
find this tbo best location in tho South.
Tho facilities for shipment of products aro unsurpassed.
It is on two lines of railroads, the Chesapeako and Ohio and the Norfolk
and Western, (S. V. It. It.) and tho building of two others, tho Haltimoro and
Ohio and Virginia Western seems well assured. It has competing coal', is
within easy distance of the New River and Flat Top Cokos; is at the gateway
to tho magnificent deposits of iron ores of tho Upper James; tho limosioAio
for tho Roanoke furnace is mined here ; it has glass sand, and sand Dr 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 on both Bide* of tho rail?
roads, and on tho James Rivor as well, with just fall enough (twenty-fivo
feet) 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 lluchanan, but the CEN?
TRAL LAND COMPANY OF BUCHANAN is desirous qf investing in such
establishments as give promise of success. It is especially anxious to secure
New England skill, and the minor industries that have been so successful in
JOS. D. WEEK'S.
VI; ??President C mtva1 Land Company
of Bucha nan
?? yon know tliat CMsias is nearly liere \
Have you an overcoat and a new suitor
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 Max Meadows, Wyttie County,
or Salem, "The Queen City of the South?
The Salem Improvement Company,
tho most successful organization of its
kind in Virginia, bad its first sale of lots
December 11, 188?. Since that time the
growth of Salem has been marvelous.
About 100 houses have been built; 81,
000.000 spent in buildings and improve?
ments; the population nearly doubled,
and tbo business of the postoillco 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 doublintr of the
present population of 4,000 in another
Negotiations are nearly closed for ad?
ditional plants to employ several thou?
sand bands, and tho land companies,
with an aggregate capital stock of JM,
000,000, bavo 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.
Tbo early extension of tho Haltimoro
and Ohio and the Roanoke and Southern
to Salem will make it an important rail?
way center, and hasten its growth into
a huge iron, stool and general manufac?
turing and commercial city. Salem and
Roanoke, now rapidly growing together,
are destined to bo the groat industrial
center of Virginia.
Sab ie is the most attractive town in
Virginia; and it may well bo proud of
A Perfect. Site For Industrial Pur?
poses. Seventy-two miles west of Roa?
noke, Va., twenty-eight miles west of
Radford, Ya.. and seventy-nine miles
east of Bristol, Tonn., on the lino of the
Norfolk and Western railroad?a trunk j
line from New York to New Orleans. j
11 is only fifteen miles west of Pulaski,
the point at which thoNorthCarolfnn con?
nection leaves the main line to connect ,
with tho Cape Fear and Yadkin Valley '
railroad. With the completion of this
and the Ironien extension to the Ohio
river, both under active construction, a :
great Mr.i: Trunk Link from Chicago to ,
the South Atlantic Seahoard will bo :
opened, giving ample facilities for
reaching the largest and rapidly widen?
Max Meadows is only forty miles in
an air line from tho great PoCAHONTAS
Flat Toe Coal FIELDS, although the
present distance by rail is lo;t miles.
It is surrounded by iron ore properties,
and there is no point in Virginia that
has cheaper and more regular supplies
! of COAL, cokk, and IRON orb.
Although in the great Valley of Vir?
ginia, tho altitude of Max Meadows is
2.015 kbbt a1iovk TIDEWATER. 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 FINE
cattle and sheep.
Ono of the largest and most thor
, oughly equipped ui.ast furnaces in the
its sui passingly beautiful location, its 1 South is rapitllv approaching comple
healthful climate, its refined society, its tlon. a rolling mill and horse shoo
fine churches. Us excellent schools, and r!ict0rv is under contract, and favorable
of Roanoke College, one of the leading negotiations for other industries are
institutions in Virginia. Attractive as | pending. Hv recent, developments a
a place of residence, it now olfers tin- j Htr0ng r,,u ?h?rt iron oro is now avail
usual advantages for manufacturing and ablc Ht this p()inL at low coSt Every
general business. No other town in !
Virginia bus ever equalled Salem's
record of progress for the last twelvo
months. The stage of experiment is
passed, and Stllom is now firmly estab?
lished on a solid industrial basis.
The Improvement Company proposes
to celebrate the anniversary of its first
great sale of lots by offering on Decem?
ber Uth and iL'tb. at reasonable prices,
some of the most valuable lots in our
growing city. This property adjoins tho
old town and is surrounded by the lands
of o( her si rong companies. Being inside
property, it will continue to increase in
value. The Norfolk and Western and
the Dummy Line to Roanoke run
through it and have their passenger
stations on it. Tbo streets have been
graded and the town system of water
works extended through them. Lotswill
be offered on College avenue and other
business streets and on the Boulevard
Roanoke and other residenco avenues.
On College avenue, which has been well
gradetl and macadamized at a cost of
$0,000, only brick or stone buildings may
On it. tbo Hotel Salem, costing $05,
000, exclusive of the land or furniture,
is under roof, the Improvement Com?
pany's bank and office building?50 by
80 feet, three stories?is nearly ready
for occupancy, and a number of largo
business bouses are in course of erec- j construction.
tlon. This avenue is sure to become j The company is particularly desirous
possible variety of iron, either red
short, neutral, or cold short can bo
produced at will.
A proper admixture of ores will give
a cheat ino.N that cannot be excelled in
any portion of the world for SMALL cast?
INGS, and especially shelf HARDWARE,
being as FLUID as water, and TENACIOUS j
and BTItONG by reason of tho copper in i
tho red short ore. There are a number j
of CHAltcOAI. FURNACES in the vicinity |
giving chilling and malleable irons. To j
responsible parties disposed towards the
establishment of independent or
branches of any industrial works in
ikon, STEEL, wood* WORKING, cotton,
WOOLEN, or in 0EKE1IAL lines, admir?
ABLE BITES will Iik given, fronting on
both railroad and water, and hearty co?
Reed Creek, ono of the boldest streams
in Southwest Virginia, Hows through
the town, furnishing ample water sup?
plies for drinking, manufacturing and
Extensive water works are now be?
ing constructed; a lauge modern
hotel will be opened in December; the
strec ts are being graded and macadam?
ized, and an KLECTRic plant will be
established at an early day. Between
40 and 50 buildings have been erected
during the last few months, and a large
number are now under contract and
one of the finest business thoroughfares
The lots to bo offered on December
11th and 12th, will besohl for one-third
cash and tin; balance in ono and two
years, and the company will adhere to
to its policy of placing its lots at such
prices as will insure investors large ami
quick profits. For a beautiful new map.
a pamphlet of thirty-two pages, and
further information, those in to rested
should address Mr. J. W. F. Al.lf.mong,
president, Salem, Va.
A. It. C. Remedies are better indorsed
than an" on tho market. They merit
of having located n first-clasb ma?
chine ?rick v a kd. ;\side from a very
heavy lecal demand, it. is a good ship?
ping point, for outside places.
A careful personal examination will
convince any impartial observer that
there Is no point, not merely in the
South, but in any part of the coi n riiv
that offers greater business inducements
in n legitimate way. No boom is looked
for, but simply a steady and profitable
dovolopment. < kvrrcspondeneo solicited,
Presidont, CLARENCE M. < LARK,
Philadelphia. Pa.; vice-president, ED?
MUND c. PKCHIN, Roanoke, Va.;
manager, 11. C. HAK ER, Max Meadows,
Buena Vista, Virginia,
Offers Free Sites to Substantial
It pos/ossos advantages in location, water-power, railroad facilities, and mineral
resources that commend it specially to those looking for manufacturing sites.
Already a town of 3,000 Inhabitants, with more than $2,000,000 worth of indus?
tries established, it lias passed the expectant period, and is now an established
town, with the promise of 25,000 inhabitants in a few years.
The Following is a List of the Industries Secured and in Operation
Iron Furnace (completed), $300,000; Pulp and Paper Mills (in operation), $100,
000;Saddle and Harness Factory (in operation), SIO.OOO; Fire Brick Works (in
course of construction), 9100,000; Steam Tannery (in operation), 8100,000; Planing
Mills and Lumber Yards (in operation), $20,000; Furniture and Chair Factory (i?
operation), $10,000; lied Hriok Works (in operation), ?30,000; Wise Wagon Works
(in operation), 825,000; Wire Pence Factory (in operation), S10.000; Woolen Mill*
(completed), 670,000; Flectric Light Plant (in operation), 810,000, First National
Bank of Buena Vista (in operation), $.">0,000; Buena Vista Building and Invest?
ment Co. Bankers, SSI.000; Buena Vista Building and Improvement Co., $S().(H ?;
Buena Vista Advocate and Job ofllce (in operation), 85,000; Egg Crate Factory (coin
pleted), $50,000; Lexington Investment Co. (in operation), $100,000, Virginia Rea'
Estate Improvement Co. (in operation), $100,000; Threo Livery Stables (in op* a
tion), SIO.OOO: Engine it Boiler Plant (building), 8300,000; Basic Steel Works' ?r
giuized). 8300,000; Sash, Door & Blind Factory, 850,000; Plaining Mills & W?td
Working Establishment, 8100,0001 Class Works (organized) $200,000. lc:?"
82,211,000. For particulars, adddress A. T. BARCLAY, President.
,T. 1). ANDERSON, Secretary.
Tho leading house In South wet
rc now serving the colobrated
LYNN HEN BAY OYSTERS,
In every style?Fried, Stowed, Broilod,
etc.. and wo muku u specialty of
Iii addition, we have the finest
Pool and Billiard Parlor
in the State.
Ladies' and Gents' Dining
Rooms np stairs.
open alU night.
Chas. J. Ormsby,
By virtue of a deed of trust executed \ i?g i? the
Advances in the raco of progress.
Called the Saratoga of the South. In?
dustries Hearing completion and con?
templated. Its churches and schools.
Tho scenery surrounding inugniUCcnt.
Wythovillo's boom is attracting the
at ten! ion of the country.
Wytho county is noted tor its bin?
grass and lino herds and rich agricult?
ural area. It ombodies the mountain
scenery and climate and lino mineral
waters of Ashcvillo, N. C, with iron
and coal vastly superior to Birmingham,
? in tho midst of an agricultural soil unl
! versally superior to either. Located
' upon the Norfolk and Westt rn railroad,
i half way between Roanoko and Bristol,
tho former of which is situated upon
I the eastern border and the latter the
i western border of the groat upland
; mineral basin known as Southwest Vir
j ginia. The proposed Virginia andKen
i tueky railroad. on which work will be
1 gin soon, crosses the Norfolk and West
| li'ii at this point. The Harkorsburgj
j Little Kanawba and Virginia railway
? has alsodecided to build tho proposed
i connecting link between the Hlnok Dia
I mond system and the Cape Fear and
' Yadkin Valley via Wythevillo, making
Wythovillo a competing railway contro.
These linos will bring tho Uessan ores
of Carroll, the mountain ores of Bland
I and tho limonito ores of Cripplo Creek
and New River and the coal Holds of
Wythe, Illand and the Flat Too to?
gether at Wythevillo, making it, the*
' great iron and trade centro of Southwest
New factories and industries aro be
: ing located every week, among which
are two hotels costing $00,000 each,
Steel Hange and Stove Factory. $125,000,
while applications for sites aro eon
l stantly coming in. The Wythovillo
j Manufacturing Company, organized with
] a dozen hands a few months ago, ongag
bullding business, has in?
to mo as trustee by A. Z. Keiner and
W. F. Baker, dated 17tb day of Novem?
ber, 1888. and of record in the clerk's
office of the Hustings Court for Roanoke
City, Ya., deed book 17 page 146, 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
81,000.00 nach, due in one and two years
from November 17th, 1888, with inter?
est. Default having been made in tho
payment of the last of said notes, at
tho request of the said beneficiary, 1
shall sell to the highest bidder, by pub?
lic auction, in front of the courthouse
in Roanoke city, on SATURDAY, JAN?
UARY Uth, 1891. at 12 M., that certain
lot of land lying in Roanoko, Ya.,
bounded as follows, to wit:
?Beginning at a corner to George P.
Tayloo's lot on tho north side of Salem
avenue, thence north 17t?.1,; fet t to an
alley, thence east with said alley 50
feet to the lot of P. F. Van Miller,
thence south with Van Miller's line
1703-i foot to Salem avenue, thence with
Salem avenue west r>0 feet to the begin?
ning, which lot of land embraces two
lots, each fronting on Salem avenue 25
feot, it being the sarao lot conveyed by
E. W. and Ellen Sykes to A. SS. Keiner
and W. F. Baker, by deed bearing oven
dato with this deed."
TERMS: Cash enough to pay off said
note and interest, and tho costs of exe?
cuting this trust; tho balance In one and
two years, secured by a deed of trust.
JOHN E. PENN,
December 5th,' lS'.io. Trustee.
creased its force to 7.*> hands, with
twelve months' work ahead engaged,
and will now increase their force to 150
hands. Streets are being graded every?
where, rail sidings for factories, while
every movement goes to indicate that
the place will be the growing industrial
town of 1891. The Wythevillo Develop?
ment Company, tho pioneer mover in
the good work, owing 778 acres of land,
had its first sale of lots from its choice
property, beginning September 3<)th,
when all tho lots offered wcro soon
taken up, and to meet a growing demand
for purchasers 300 more lots will be of?
fered December 17th and 18th, intrin
sicly considered as valuable perhaps as
that of any company being offered in
Virginia, yet at prices extremely reason?
able, which it is earnestly hoped will
encourage actual settlers rather than
TRUSTEE'S SALE OF VALUABLE
By virtue of a deed of trust executed
to me as trustee by John Sheridan and
wife, dated 17th day of November, 1688,
and of record in the clerk's office of the
Hustings Court, for Roanoko city, Ya.
Deed book 17, p. 37">, to secure to J. D.
Kirk the payment of the sum of $3,400,
as evidenced by two negotiable notes of
$1,700 each, due in one and two years
from 17 Nov., 1888, with interest. De?
fault having been made in payment of t pleasantly
By virtue of a deed of trust executed
:o mo by H. W. Hotter.berg, June 10,
800, and recorded in tha Clerk's office
ofc he Hustings Court, at Roanoko city,
September 22, 1800, to uecuro to W. S.
(looch tho payment of a certain sum
therein mentioned upon tho property
thereby convoyed, said Bottenberg be?
ing in default in ono of said payments
and T. L. Handy & Sons, who assumed
tho payment of the same, being also in
default and having boon requested by
the beneficiary so to do, 1 will offor for
sale, in front of tho premises, at public
auction, at noon, on SATURDAY, tho
27th day of DECEMBER, 18<?0, the fol?
lowing described property. Beginning
at a point on the north side of j Flin
street (Eighth avenue; lot feet west of
Henry street, thence with Elm street
south, 88 degrees west, 40J^ feet to a
point; thence north. 30 degrees west,
149 feet to an alley, thence north, 88
degrees east. 40' ; feet to a point; t hence
south, 30 degrees oast, 149 foot to tho
beginning. This is an unparailed op?
portunity to secure a nice residence,
situated and with all ccn
the last of said notes, at the request of
the said beneficiary, I shall sell to the
highest bidder, by public auction, in
front of the court-house in Roanoke. on
TUESDAY, DECEMBER 30th, 1890,
AT 12 M., that certain lot of land lying
in Roanoke, Va., bounded and described
as follows; to wit:
"Beginning at a point on tho cast side
of Second or Commerce st., 70."> feet
south of Campbell street; thence along
Second stteet south 7degrees4 minutes,
east 40.7 feet to Kirk ave.; thence along
Kirk ave., south 8S degrees, east 111
feet, to a point on an alley: thence along
said alley north S degrees 8 minutes, j
west ">.r>.~ feet: thence south Ml degrees
28 minutes, west 24.8 feet to corner of
brick bake-house; thence south 87 de?
grees 58 minutes, west 81.3 foot to place
TERMS: Cash enough to pay off said
note and interest, and the costs of ex?
ecuting this trust; tho balance in one
and two years, secured by a deed of
trust. * HOY H. SMITH, Trustee.
November 28th, 1890. nov29-lmo
THE TIMES is tho only paper in Ron
noko which had tho courage und enter?
prise to Invest money in efrruphlc
veniences and improvements. Terms:
Cash sufflciont to pay costs of sale and
execution of trust, with amount then
due?say, $1,200. Assumption of follow?
ing payments: Four notes of $300.25
each, duo respectively in one, two, threo
and four yeas, from June 10, 18U0, with
Interest, and about, $1,800, duo ??
monthly payments, at $10, to Homo
Building and Loan Association. Bal?
ance, if any, to be paid o l terms an?
nounced at sale.
0. A. VAIDEN. trustee.
Roanoke, Va., November
A. L. Gonr.K
S. P. GOKLIV
J. S. Simmons, Sec'y. and Tress,
j Brick and Tile Works,
Manufacturers of tlrst-class Brick of
all kinds, including No. 1 Press Rrir.?-,
Draining Tile, &o. Works on West
Campbell street, Roanoke, Va.' Box