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THE AILING TRAMP.
jB> Had Consumption and Was In Scnrch
Of a Milder Cllrante.
IIE othorday I was
at toy uncle's, noar
Niagara Falls, In
Canada, and had
hardly arrived when
you'll bo wandering
around more or less,
and I want to cau?
tion you about an
old rani I took up
as an estray tho
other week. lie's
vlown In tho lot whero tho gravel pit is,
?and just as suro as you givu him a show
?ho'll bo tho death of you. I saw him
iknook a cow olT her foot at ono bang,
mud I wouldn't go into tho lot for fifty
-do Dam "
Next day I skirted tho fences and
?found tho old chap anxious for business.
?I didn't give him an opening, however,
but somebody else did. I was standing
'in tho born with undo, when ho sud
"Groat Joseph I but thero's a tramp in
tho gravel pit lot. That ram will smash
'him to pulp in two minutes!"
Ho shouted, waved his hat, and shout- i
!cd again, bat tho tramp was a quarter of
a milo away, and walking with his bead !
down. Tho ram was lying down in tho j
(pit, and tho yelling brought him out. !
Wo saw him scramble up tho bank, and !
tuy-unolo gasped out;
"Git a hoss bitched np to go for tho !
'undertaker, for that tramp won't bo j
nlivo two'minutes later!"
Flo was., though. Tho ram came at
him on v.n angle, and be caught sight of j
"the animal when about ton rods off. Ho
wheeled to the right, stood still, and tho
ram got within ten foot, and then sailed |
throngh tho air on a straight lino to '
.strike bio. Next instant, tbo tramp hail j
liim by tho horns, and with a twist and :
a Jerk bo broke his nock with a snap, j
*^fK Tarried to bo suro that tbo ram was
dead, and then camo on, climbed tbo
fence, and sakl to ur,:
"Gentlemen, you see before yon a man
who has been unfortunate. 1 have con?
sumption and am hardly ablo to stand.
1 want, to got to a milder climate as soon i
?s posjiblu."?n. Y. Sun.
Startled mm Ituclty,
Down below Natchez, whilo tho boat
?was ruaning in closo to the left-hand
?>ank and bad stopped her wheels to
avoid a big treo floating in an eddy, wo
saw a nativo sitting on a stump fishing. :
Ho sat bout over, bat over his eyes, and ;
thero was scarcely a movement to tell '
that ho was rsllvo. Wo had a smart
Aleck with us on tho promonado deck,
and be had no sooner caught sieht of tbo
nativo than be called to one oT the deck?
hands to toss him up a potato. A peck
or more of tho tubers were lying loose
near a pile of sacks, and ono was quickly
"Now see m? startlo him," said Stuart
Aloek, as ho nwung his arm for a throw, j
Tho dlstanco was only about a bun- j
?drod foot, and his aim was so true that j
tho potato landed on tho native's head
vrith a dnll thud. Iiis motions wore so
?quick that we couldn't agree as to bow '
ho did it, but in about three seconds bo
had dropped his fish-pole, pulled a ro- j
volvoras long as bis arm, and fired at I
Smart Aleek. Tbo bullet bored a bolo j
in his silk hat just ahovo his hair, and I
?t^io young man sank down in a heap and i
faintod dead away. When we restored j
"him to his senses he carefully felt of tbo
top of his head; looked back at tho lish-.i
urman, and absently asked:
"Did sho oxplodc both boilers or only i
ono'r-N. Y. Sun.
Archnoolo;jy from the Ark.
There is a town on tho shore of Lake
Ontario where dwells a widowed clergy- |
man, who hoards at the house of a mid- |
die-aged woman who always knows j
<3vo?y thing and nover falls to show it.
Ono day at dinner tbo minister began to '
talk about a young boy whose acquaint
an CO ho had mado?ono who seemed to 1
him more than ordinarily bright.
"Why," ho said, "ho was greatly In- '
terested in history, and even in arch- j
acology ho had mado great progress, j
He's got a ?ollootion of archaeological
"Archaeology?" said tbo landlady, i
yosl nil about tho ark."?N. Y. I
THE UNDAUNTED DOOlv FIEND.
Tho Daughter?Uow daro you fairly
pound my door down?
Tho Book Fiend?I beg your pardon.
Bavo I disturbed you?
"Disturbed! Fly, or I'll call tho policol
You bavo waked our baby.' '
"Ohl Well, just lot me got him to sloop
for you whilo you look ovor a copy of
Tho filings and Arrows of Outrageous
Fortune?only ono dollar."?Texas Sitt?
A Dasls for Future Operations.
Mr. Billns?Thoro's no use laying
all ttfb blamo on me, Maria, wbonovor
wo bavo a fuss. It takes two to make
Mrs, Bllhis?I know it, but it takos
only ono to apologize, and I want you to
understand I am tired of doing all the
apologising. After this, John Ilillus,
it's going to tako two to make up!?
: Mother?1 hopo you liked Mr. Wearl
i'.ome, who called last night; ho is suoh
a staid young man.
JN/bol?Stayed! I should say he did.
I novor was so tired in my life.?West
A Snt> Investment.
I? ono which is guaranteed to bring
you satisfactory results, or in caso of
failuro a return of purchaso price. On
this safo plan you can buy from our
advortiscd druggist a bottle of Dr. King's
Now Discovory for Consumption. It is
guaranteed to bring relief in every caso,
when used for any affection of Ihr oat,
Lnngs or Chest, such as Consumption,
Inflammation of Lungs, Bronchitis,
Asthma, Whooping Cough, Croup, etc,
etc. It is pleasant and agrerglilu to I
taRte, perfectly safo, and can always bo
depended upon. Trial bottles free at
Budwoll, Christian <fc Barbuc's Drug?
We desire to say to our citizens, that
for years wo bnvo been selling Dr.
King's New Discovery for Consumption,
Dr. King's New Life I'ills, Bucklen's
Arnha Salvo and Electric Hitlers, and
have never handled romedios that sell
as well, or that have given sum univer?
sal satisfaction. We do not hesitate to
guarantee them every time, and we
stand ready to refund the purchase price,
if satisfactory results do not follow
their use. These remedies have won
their great popularity purely on their
merits. Budwoll, Christian &. bar bee
Clipped from Canada Presbyterian,
under signature of C. Itlackott Robin?
son, l'ropr: I was cured of oft recurring
billions headaches by Burdock Blood
Itucklen's Arnica Salve?
The best salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever
sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilbains,
corns, and all skin eruptions, and posi?
tively cures piles, or no pay required.
It is guaranteed to givoporfi et satisfac?
tion, or money refunded. Price 25:conts
per box. For sale by Hudwell. Christian
& Darbeo. ? tu.th.s-at
Cure for croup.?Use Dr. Thomas'
EolootrlcOil according to directions. It
is the bo3t remedy f->r all sudden attacks
of colds, pain and Ihllatnation, and in?
A Weak back, with a weary aching j
lnihohcss ovi r the nip*, is a sign of 1
diseased kidneys. I'".e the I? si kidney I
curative known, which is Burdock Hlood I
Wn.t. A. CAitit, the Rcanoko sign !
writer, 3rd ave and 1st st. n. v.". iiov20-tf
?Tain?..? T. Golt, Cnrnii, 111., Says:
C Ho paid thirty-one dollars doctor's bill
for his wife In one year, and one bot! lu
of Bradllold's Female Regulator did her
more good than all the mldlcino site
bad taken boforc.
Ii. Hat.;:, Druggist, Carmi, III.
Write Brad Hold Kogl. Co., Atlanta; Ca.,
for particulars. Sold by druggists.
PRAYT'S H *W i
?'or lt,-?l . Slei'I) I" ; : ???
dVi'ti "(Vir.tnir.6 g^^^olftcuaily.
Sohl by Budwoll, Christian & llarhoe, I
! and all druggists. jylO-tf
mtcovlre' $fVtJ*^> In^*"'^^"pr*"
by on pj'"'?. ^raUrrh. \VliV ?*n
Sold by Hudwell, Christian & llarhoe,
and all druggists. jylO-tf
For mauufacturing purposes
Railroafl and River.
Choice lots in desirable loca?
tions for sale on terms !
to suit purchasers.
Land and Improvement Co.
JOSEPH i. DQRAN, President.
OHAS. H. Mellon, Secy. & Treas.
333 Walnut St.,
NO PLACE in tho South offers
superior advantages to those
Bceking Manufacturing Sites
than Buchanan. It has all th conditions for Successful Manufacturing.
Choap fuel, cheap and most excellent irons, abundant timber in easy reach,
and other raw material at hand Pipe works, paper mills, furnituro and
other wood-working establish, n uts. boot and shoo factories, iron and steel
rolling mills, stovo foundries, w ? don and cotton mills, maohlno shops, will
Und this the best location hi r ? 1 -nth.
Tho facilities for shipment Of products are unsurpassed.
It is on two lines of ralln the Chosapoako and Ohio and tbo Norfolk
and Western, (S. V. R. lt.) au I building of two others, tho Baltimore and
Ohio and Virginia Western seems well assured. It has competing coal*, is
within easy distance of the Now River and Flat Top Cokes; is at tbo gateway
to the magnificent deposits of
ores of tho Upper James; tho limestono
for the Roanoke furnace is mined here ; it has gmss sand, and sand for silica
brick and foundry purposes at it
A level tract of four hundn d
roads, and on tbo James Rlvi r
feet) to give good drainage. bar
Not only aro selected sites from
parties locating manufacturing
TRAL LAND COMPANY OP I!
establishments as givo promise oi
New England skill, and the mine
JOS. O. WEEKS,
yi;c-Prcsidont C nit.a' Land Cou
of Bucha v.i n
?tCCIIANAH \ IKGIXI .
? very door; in a word, is an ideal manufac
acres of land, lying on both sides of tho rail
is well, with just, fall enough (twenty-?vo
been reserved for manufacturing purposes,
this reservation offered free to responsible
itublishmcnts tit Buchanan, but the CEN
FC1IANAN is desirous of investing in such
success. It is especially anxious to secure
?? industries that have been so successful in
Bo you know to Gluistmasls nearly tee ?
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 ? CalI on
q ?F^? q ^v?^ tbcans
The Jefferson Street Clothiers and Gents'
REf^lPiKAGLF. GROWTH I Max Meadows, Wythe County,
?The Queen City of the South
The Salem Improvement Company,
the most, successful organization of its
kind in Virginia, bad its tirst sab-of lots
Decombcr II, ltfsl). Since that time the
growth of Salem has been marvelous.
About 400 bouses have been built; 51,
000.00(1 spent in buildings and improve?
ment-.; tbo population nearly doubled,
anil the business of tho postoflico and
tClcgrapb office increased 500 per cent.
Tho iron furnace about to go into blast,
the factories in operation and actually
s< cured will employ several thousand
bands ami 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 tho land companies,
with an aggregate capital stock of 84,
000,000, have voted liheral sums for new
industries. A cotton fae.tory and a
woolen mill (nearly completed) that will
manufacture its goods into clothing. \
will employ a large number of females.
Tii" early extension of the. Baltimore
and Ohio and the Boanoke and Southern
to Salem will make it. an important rail?
way center. and hasten its growth into
a largo iron, steel and general manufac?
turing and commercial city. Salem and
Boanoke. now rapidly growing together,
are destined to bo the groat industrial
center of Virginia.
Salem is the most attractive town in
; Virginia; and it may well be proud of
; its suipassingly beautiful location, its
healthful climate, its refined society, its
fine churches, its excellent schools, and
of Roanoke College one of the leading
institutions in Virginia. Attractive as
a place of residence, it, now offers un?
usual ad vantage;, for manufacturing and
general business. No other town in
Virginia has ever equalled Salcin's
r< cord of progress for the last twelve
months. The stage of experiment is
passed, and Salem is now firmly estab?
lished on :?. solid industrial basis.
I Tho Improvement Company proposes
I to celebrate the anniversary of its first I
gn at sale, of lots by offering on Decent- ]
i nor llth and 12th, at reasonable prices, j
seme of tbo most valuable lots in our J
' growing city. Thlsproperty ad joins the i
old town and is surrounded by tho lands ?
j of other strong companies. Being inside |
propi rty, it will continue to increase in
value. The Norfolk and Western and
! the Dummy Line to Boanoke run j
through it and have their passenger
stations on it. The streets have been
graded and tho town system of water i
works ox tonded through them. Lots will j
bo offered on College avenue and other!
business streets and on the Boulevard j
Boanoko and other residence avenues. I
On College avenue, which has been well !
graded and macadamized at a cost of j
$9,000, only brick or stone buildings may |
On it, the Hotel Salem, costing SCV
000, exclusive of the land or furniture,
is under roof, the Improvement Com?
pany's bank and office building -30 by
so feet, three stories?is nearly ready
for occupancy, and a number of largo
business bouses aro in course of oreo-I
tion. This avenue is sure to become j
one of the finest business thoroughfares .
A Perfect Site For Industrial Pur?
poses. Seventy-two miles west of Iloa
noKo, Va., twenty-eight miles west of
Radford, Va., and seventy-nine miles
east of Bristol. Tonn., on the line of the ]
Norfolk and Western railroad?a trunk i
line from New York to New Orleans.
It is only fifteen miles west of Pulaski,
tho point at which thoNorthCarollnacon- !
neotlon loaves themain line to connect ;
with the Cape Fear and Yadkin Valley i
railroad. With tho completion of this
and the Fronton extension to tbo Ohio
river, both under active construction, a
great B::k Thi nk Link from CmcAOO to
the Sui'th Atlantic: Sraiioahd will be j
opened, giving ample facilities for
reaching the largest and rapidly widen?
Max Meadows is only forty miles in
an air line from the great PoCAHONTAB \
Flat Toe Coal Fiklus, although the
i present distance by rail is 103 miles. j
It is surrounded by iron ore properties,
j and there is no point in Virginia that !
' has cheapor and more regular supplies
of coal. CORK, and ikon ORK.
i Although in the great Valley of Vir
: ginia, the altitude of Max Meadows is
i 2,015 fbf.t AROVE TIDRWATBR. The
j climate is perfect, the scenery superb,
j and the district has been noted for
\ years for tho richness and fertility of
I its soil, and tbo excellence of Its kink
cattlo and sheep.
! Ono of the largest and most thor
1 oughly equipped iii.ast kcrxacks in tho
l South is rapidly approaching oomple
I tion; a Rot.l.ixn mill and uoitSK shoo
I factory is under contract, and favorable
I negotiations for other industries aro
i ponding. By recent developments a
j strong red short iron ore is now avail
aide at ibis point at low cost. Every
i possible, variety of iron, either red
'? Short, neutral, or cold short can bo
] produced St will.
> A proper admixturoof ores will givo
; a cheap mos that cannot be excelled in
j any portion of the world for.small cast
? iNOK, and especially suklv hardware,
; being oh fluid as water, and TENACIOUS
j and STIIONO by reason of tbo copper in
the red short oro. There are a number
I of charcoal furnaces In the vicinity
' giving chilling and malleable irons. To
. responsible parties disposed towards tho
' establishment of independent or
branches of any industrial works in
iitoN, htbki., vroon-wonaixA, cotton,
WOO lex, 6r in ORXRRAL links, a dm ii t
arle bites WILL HE IIIVE.N, fronting on
both railroad and water, and hearty co
Reed Creek, one of the boldest streams
j in Southwest Virginia, flows through
j the town, furnishing ample water sup
' plies for drinking, manufacturing and
; drainage purposes.
i Extonsivo water works aro now be
! ing constructed; a I. a KOK MODERN
i 1iotf.l will bo Opened in December; the
I strei ts are being graded and macadam
. iaed, and an electric plant will bo
I established at an early day. Between
40 and 50 buildings have been erected
during the last few months, and a large
number arc now under contract and
The company is particularly desirous
of having located a FIRST-class ma?
chine IIUICK YARD. Aside from a verv
in Virgin! i
The lots to bo offered on December | he"avy local demand, it is a good sblp
ltth and 13th, will be sold for one-third ; p|?g r<,int for outside places,
cash and tho balance in ono and two j X careful personal examination will
years, and the company will adhere to ? oonvince any impartial observer that
to its policy of placing Its lots at such j there is no point, not meroly in the
prices as will insure inv. slors large and j Sm;., ? butih ANY part of Tin: country
([nick profits. For a beautiful new map, i tMat offers greater business inducements
a pamphlet of thirty-two pages, and jn a legitimate way. No boom is looked
further information, those interested ! U)r< |)Ut slinplv a'sti
should address Mr. .7. W. P. Ali.kmoxo,
president, Salem, Va.
A. B. C. Romodlos are better Indorsed
than an? on tho market. They merit
ind prof: table
dovi lopnn nt. Correi pondoiico solicited,
; President, CLARENCE M. CLARK,
! Philadelphia, Pa.; vico-president, ED
I MUND c. PKCHIN, Boanoke, Va.;
manager, 11. C. BAKER, Max Meadows,
Offers Free Sites to Substantial
It possesses advantages in iooation, wator-power, railroad facilities, and miner
resources that commend it specially to those looking for manufacturing sites.
Already u town of ;(,()()() inhabitants, with more than ?"?',000,01)0 worth of indus?
tries established, it has 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). 8300,000; Pulp and Paper Mills (in operation), $10t,
000; Saddle and Harness Factory (in operation), ?10,000; Firo Brick 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 (i*
operation), ?10,000; Red Illicit Works (in operation), ?30,000; Wise Wagon Work?
(in operation), $35,000; Wire Fence Factory (in operation), ?10,000; Woolon Milla
(completed), ?70,000; Electric Light Plant (in operation), ?10,000, First National
Bank of Bueua Vista (in operation), 850,000; Buena Vista Building and Invest?
ment Co. Bankers, 881,000; Buena Yista Building and Improvement Co., $80,0Ct;
Buena Vista Advocate and Job olllce (in operation), ?5,000; Egg Crate Factory (com
Dieted), 850,000; Lexington Investment Co. (in operation), ?100,000, Virginia Boa*
Estate Improvement Co. (in operation), $100,000; Throo Livery Stablos (in opc a
tion), ?10.000; Engine & Heiler Plant (building), ?300,000; Basic Steel Worts ?r
ganized), $300,000; Sash, Door & Blind Factory, ?50,000; Plaining Mills & W?ttl
Working Establishment, $100,000; Class Works (organized) ?200,000. 'It:a",
?2.211.000. For particulars, adddress A. T. BARCLAY, President.
.1. 1). ANDERSON, Secretary.
The leading*house In i
\v o uro how Bervlng the celebrated
m wm mi mm,
In every stylo?Fried, Stowed, Broiled,
etc., and wo icako a specialty of
In addition, we have the finest
Pool and Billiard Parlor
in the State.
Ladies' and Gents1
Rooms up stairs
OPEN ALL NIGHT.
Ohas. J. Ormsby
By virtue of a deed of trust executed
to me as trustee by A. /. Keiner mid
W. F. Baker, dated 17th day of Novem?
ber, 1888, and of record in the clerk's
office of the Hustings Court for Roanoke
City, Va., deed book 17 page 140, to se?
cure to E. W. Sykes and Kilon Sykes
the payment of tho sum of ?3,333.32, as
evidenced by two negotiable notes of
$1,006.66 each, due in one and two years
from November 17th, 1888, with inter?
est. Default having been mado in tho
payment of the last of said notes, at
the request of the said beneficiary, I
shall sell to the highest bidder, by pub?
lic auction, in front of tho courthouse
in Roanoke city, on SATURDAY, JAN?
UARY Idth, 1801. at 12 MM that certain
lot of land lying in Roanoke, Va.,
bounded as follows, to wit:
"Beginning at a corner to George P.
Tayloo's lot on tbn north side of Salem
avenue, thene.o north 179 J? foot to an
alley, thence east with said alley 50
feet to tho lot of P. F. Van Miller,
thenee south with Van Miller's lino
17ii3i feet to Salem avenue, thence with
Salem avenue west 50 feet to the begin?
ning, which lot of land embraces two
lots, each fronting on Salem avenue 25
feet, it being the same lot conveyed by
E. W. and Ellen Sykes to A. V,. Koiner
and W. F. Baker, by deed bearing ove.n
date with this deed."
Advances in the raoo of progress,
failed tho Saratoga of the South. In?
dustries nearing completion and con?
templated. Its churches and schools.
Tho Bcbnery surrounding magnificent;
Wythevillo's boom Is attracting the
at'* ntion of tlm country.
Wythc county is noted mr its blue
grass and finii herd ; nnd rieh agricult?
ure.! area. It em botlies the mountain
rconory nnd climate and firm mineral
waters of Ashovlllo, N. C, with iron
and coal vastly suporior to Birmingham,
in tho midst of nn agricultural soil uni?
versally superior to either. Located
upon tho Norfolk and Western railroad,
half way between Roanoke and Bristol,
1 lie former of which is situated upoa
the east, rn border and tho latter the
j wi stern border of the groat upland
II V T f> D Q mineral basin known as Southwest Vir
U s v> S sl.UO. , glnla. The proposed Virginia and Ken
: lucky railroad, on which work will he
i gin Boon, crosses the Norfolk and Wost
j ern at this point. The Parkersburgi
Little lvanawhti and Virginia railway
has also decided to build ihr. proposed
connecting link between the Black Dla
| mond system and tho Capo Foar aud
j Yadkin Valley via Wythovllle, making
Wythovillo a competing railway centre.
. These lines will bring tho Gossan ores
-LvJiimg of Carroll, the mountain ores of Bland
I and the liiuonltoores of Cripple Creek
nnd New River and tho coal Holds of
Wythc, Bland and the Flat Top to
gelber at Wythovillo, mailing it. the
great iron and trade centre of Southwest
New factories and industries r.re be?
ing located every week, among which
are two hotels costing ?6u,ooo oaoh,
Steel Range and Stove Factory. $125,000,
while applications for sitos am con?
stantly coming in. The Wythoville
Manufacturing Company, organized with
a do/en hands a few months ago, engag?
ing In the building business, has in?
creased its force to 75 hands, with
twelve mouths' work ahead engaged,
and will now increase their forco to 150
bauds. Streets are being graded every?
where, rail sidings for factories, while
every movement goes to indicate that
the place will ho the growing industrial
town of 1801. The Wythovillo Develop?
ment Company, the pioneor mover in.
tho good work, owing 778 acres of land,
had its first sale of lots from its choice
properly, beginning September 30th,
when all the lots offered woro soon
taken up, and to moot a growing domand
for purchasers 300 more lots will be of?
fered December 17th and 18th, intrin
siely considered as valuable porhaps as
that of any company being offered i?
Virginia, yet at prices extremoly reason?
able, which it is earnestly hoped wil
encourage actual settlers rather than
lot spt dilation.
TRUSTEE'S SALE OF VALUAftLB
By virtue of a deed of traat executed
I to mo by II. W. Botterborg, June 10,
81)0, and recorded in tta Clork's office
I oft he Hustings Court, at Roanoke oity,
1 Sei tembor 22, 1890, to Becuro to W. S.
I Gooch tho payment of a oortain rubs
I therein mentioned upon tho property
J'EEMS: Cash enough to pay off said thereby convoyed, said Bottenberg be
noto and interest, anil the costs of exi
citing this trust; the balance in one and
two years, secured by a deed of trust.
JOHN E. PENN,
December 5th, 1890. Trusten.
By virtue of a deed of trust executed |
to me as trustee by John Sheridan and
Wife, dated 17th day of November, 1SS8,
and of record in the clerk's ollico of tho
Hustings Court for Roanoke city, Va.
Deed book- 17, p. 375, to secure to J. 1). I
Kirk the payment of tho sum of S3,400, \
as evidenced by two negotiable notes of
?1.700 each, due in one and two years
from 17 Nov., 18S8, with interest. De?
fault having boon made in payment of
tho last of said notes, at the request of
tho said beneficiary, I shall sell to tho
"Highest bidder, by public auction, in
front of the court-house In Roanoke, on
TUESDAY, DECEMBER 30th, 1S90,
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 east side
of S< cond or Commerce st., 70.5 feet
south of Campboll Btreot; thence along
Second stiect south 7 degrees 4 minutes, | nounced at sab;
ing in dofault in one of said payments
I and T. L. Bandy A, Sons, who assumed,
tho payment of t^o name, being also in
default and having been roquosted by
tho beneficiary so to do, I will offer for
sale, in front of the premises, at public
j auction, at noon, on SATURDAY, the
i 27th day of DECEMBER. lBQO, tho fol
lowing described proporty: Boginning
I at a point on the north side of Elm
j street (Eighth avenue) 101 foot west of
Henry street, thenco with Elm street,
south, 88 degrees west, 40.'-? foet to a
point; thenco north, 30 degrees west,
NO feet to an alley; thenco north, 8*
degrees east, 40,l.j feet to a point; thonoe
south, 30 degrees east, 149 foot to the
beginning. This is un unparalled otl-.J
portunity to Bcouro a nice residence,
pleasantly situated and with all con?
veniences and improvement*. Terms:
(.'ash sufficient to pay costs of Halo and
execution of trust, with amount then
due- say, ?1.200. Assumption of follow?
ing payments: Four notes of $396.26
each, due respectively in one, two, throe
and four yeas, from June 10, 1890, with]
intorest, and about 81,800, duo in
monthly payments, at $10, to Home
Building and Loan Association. Bal?
ance, if any, to bo paid oa terms nn
G. A. VAIDEN. trustee.
Roanok?, Va., November 35, 1890.
east 40.7 feet to Kirk ave.; thence along
Kirk avo., south 88 degrees, east 111 :
feet to a point on an alley; thenco along
said alley north 8 degrees 8 minutes,
west 55.2 feet; thi ne ? south 80 degrees I
23 minutes, west 24.8 foot to corner of I
brick bake-house; thenco south 87 do- j
grees 58 minutes, west 84.3 feel to plr.ee ,
TERMS; Cash enough to pay off said j
note and interest, r.ml the costs of ex- i
renting this trust; the balance in one |
and two years, secured by a deed of
trust. ROY B. SMITH, Trustee.
November 28th, 1890. nov29-lmo
- - I Manufacturers of first-clans Brick of I
THE TIMES Id tho only pnpor In Roa : all kind;', including No. 1 Proes Brlc.V, f
coko which hod the courogo arid enter- Draining Tile, Ac. Werke on Weetl
prlso to Invest money tn e&rapidc j Campbell street. Roanoke, Ya. Box]
franchisee. ? ?13. aorl-Cm
A. L. GORT.BT, President.
S. P. Goiil.KT, Vice President.
J. S. SlMMOXS, Sec'y. and Treas.
: Brick and Tils Works,