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eases, Hut?, Cravat*, Bonnets and Veils
of the L'orlod.
ho twochoux which havo boon so popu
?nflnish for tho neck bonds of cropoand
ttissollno do solo collars nre giving plnco
small bunches of artificial flowers so
bled to mutch thoso trimming tho hat
Veils of net covered with n closo pnt
rn In application are tho fashion of tho
omcnt. They almost hido tho faco from
Bht and nro atlmlrablycalculntod to con
al tho ravages of tlmo and tho coniplex
Parisian women favor whito kid shoos
Ith yellow leather trimmings, as well o.s
io nil white ones which havo boon so
uch seen hero.
Guipuro continues In gcnornl uso und
lows no sign of a dccllno in public cstl
utlon. It is always offootlvo und may
BONNET AND CRAVAT,
o even mom satisfactorily combined with
?ool and velvet goods than with thin
itbrics, so it will probably bo one font uro
f fall toilets if not of winter ones.
Tho hat of the period Is of ample pro
Kirtlons. There aru a few close toque
hapes consisting of (lowers, jot and a bow
f ribbon, but large bats are tho rulo.
'hoy an; often made of shirred moUSSC
ine de sole or havo laco brims, or a round
traw Bhapo is trimmed with choux of
noussellno do sole and a flounce of the
nine material falls over tho odgo of the
irim like a valance. With the addition
if a bow of changeable ribbon, this style is
onsldorcd altogether charming in Paris.
Immense white cravats of crepo do
bine, moussollno do soio and similar
abrles are coining in again. They are
lire to be well received, for t hey are almost
mlvorsnlly becoming. Evorybody ao
?nowledgos that a man looks hotter in
ivcnlng dress than at any other time, bo
eauso of tho large expanse of whito near
ho face, and the same principle applies to
vomen in dark gowns. The big white
carf produces tho saino effect ivs the broad
The illustration shows u reception bon
:iet of rosebuds, lilies of the valley and vio
lots. It is trimmed with two jet wings
ihd has no strings. Tho crnvat Is of
Ircam moussollno do solo trimmed on the
mds with antique lace.
Artillclal Qowors aru more fashtonnblu
ihan ever, so much so that their popular?
ly is said to havo glvon renewed vigor to
ho business of making them.
JI 1)10 ClIOLLET.
Hut H e Importance to i.lfo of Sloep and
Tho term ''sybarite" has come to have
rather vague meaning In modern times
nd is generally applied to somebody
'hose pet Indulgence is different from our
wn. As n matter of fact, it Is a question
vhothor it better describes tho persou
"rho makes necessities of luxuries or tho
mo who makes luxuries of necessities.
One's sympathy is naturally more engaged
?>y tho latter Individual, since as he?01
she, for present, purposes?must have ne?
cessities, she may as well have them of the
best kind. There is something more reu
Eonablo in the idea that tv woman demand?)
tho very best sort of bread and but ter than
that she insists that she cannot live with?
out truffles and champagne every day.
Bread and butter are necessities and truf?
fles and champagne are not.
But the tending of these remarks Is
meant to be toward tho subject of beds.
Beds are a necessity, and too often a stern
necessity, unyielding as fate. An aston?
ishing number of housekeepers wear pretty
clothes, sot their tablo with pretty dishes
and nrrnngu an agreeable bill of faro for
their guests, but condemn them to sleep
on a mattress stuffed with iron Illings and
pillows like n dry meal poultice. Tho bed
linen being fresh and an allowance of ex?
tra coverings being provided, everything
is supposed to bo satisfactory.
But it is better to havo the guest's couch
an uncomfortablo one than that of a mem?
ber of tho family, which is occupied every
night. The more tiresome and trying
ono's daylight hours nro, tho more one re?
quires complete rest and relaxation at
night on a bed that will not keep one
awake with aching bones, and with pil?
lows that uro thoroughly substantial. Wo
nil know that sleep Is moro Important to
the preservation of life and health than
Is even food. Better Is a dinner of herbs
with a soft bed to retire- to afterward than
a stalled ox that must bo digested on a
'couch of stone. Tho moral of this 1st If you
jnro a worker of any sort, with brain or
hand, indulge yourself with a good spring
?bed and hair matt ress even if you havo to
go without two new gowns to pay for
them, for you need all the enso possible at
night In order that nature may excrciso
her recuperative powers.
Tho sketch shows u iielgnoir of whito
porcftlo trimmed with white onibroldcry
frills. A band of beading threaded with
lavender ribbon heads tho ruffles.
? Bridget Is nn excellent cook; but, like
most women of her profession, sho Is opin?
ionated nnd insists tipon making nil hor
dishes strictly according to her own reci?
pes. Her mistress gives her full swing not
only us to cooking, but as to tho pureh:. e
The other day her mistress said to her:
"Bridget, tho coffee you aro giviug va
la very good. What kind is it?"
"It's no koind at all, mum," said Brid?
get. ''It's a mixtor."
"How do you mix it?"
"I mako it one-quarter Mocha and one
quarter Java and ono-qunrter Rio."
"But that's only three-quarters. What
do you put In for tho othor qunrtorf"
"I put in no othor quarter at all, mum.
That's where so many shpiles tho ooffce,
mum?by putting in a fourth quarter."?
Faith?Poor Jcsslol How old she lookt.
In her bathing suit!
Carrie?It must seem vory sad to you,
considering you liavo known her slnco she
was an infant in arms.?Voguo.
"Well, I suppose you are another victim
of tho strike," exclaimed the justice a
tho ragged tramp was brought before him.
"Yes, your honor," replied the prisonei
"Forced to go out, of course?"
"Yes, your honor."
"Did you have any reasons for strik?
"Plenty of 'em, your honor."
"Any real grievances?"
"Lots of 'cm, your honor. But I didn't
"Of course not. I suppose Pullman
"I don't know his name, your honor.
He was a new bartender to mo."
"C))i, the bartender struck llrst?"
"Yes, your honor."
"And then you went out?"
"1 had to go out, your honor. Ho had
an empty pop bottle."
"A sort of a sympathetic walkout, 1
"No, your honor. Nothing sympathetic
about it at all. And it wasn't a walkout.
"Well, I presume by this time you uiv
ready to resume your work?"
"If your honor has the price. I couldn
stand him off."
"Oh, I'll fix you all right! Tho trouble
has quieted down, and I think you'll llnd
everything ready to start up tomorrow
"Up for what, your honor?"
"Up for ?0 days. Mr. Clerk, call the
next case."?Chicago Post.
A Slight Difference.
Tho man who had boon brought up in
a boarding house got a day or two off,
with a few dollars in his pocket, and con?
cluded ho would go away and have a big
time, one feature of which was to buy
meals ut a swell restaurant. Ho reached
the place and went In to his first break
fast. The piece do resistance was a porter
house steak, and ho tackled it with great
gusto. After a minute or two he called
up the waiter.
"What kind of a steak is this?" be
asked, with an effort.
"Porterhouse, sir," responded the wait?
er, with a quarter tip tone of pride.
"Aro you sure of that?"
"Certainly, sir. Why?"
"Oil, nothing! I thought possibly you
might have misunderstood my order and
brought me a boarding house steak."?De?
troit Free Press.
The hoarso volco of tho lecturer direct?
ing the people to turn their attention to the
plat form at the other end of the curio hall
admonished them that there was not
moment to lose.
The living skeleton accordingly presset,
his hand to his eyes.
"Why," he protested, "do you deccivt
"That's my business," calmly retorted
the bearded lady, his wife, assuring horsoll
by a glance in tho mirror thot hor whisker*
were on straight.?Detroit Tribune.
A littlo girl of this city recently gavo n
forcible though unconscious illustration ol
What foreigners find a perplexing peculiar?
ity of our language. Her younger brothci
"Do cows give beef and ham?"
"Of course they don't," was tho scorn?
ful reply. "You ought to know bettei
than than that. Cows lay milk."?Wash
A Deadly Uevenge.
"You've had a row with Footlito and
his wife, I hear, and got tho worst of It,"
said tho proprietor of tho theator to tht
' Yes," said the latter gloomily, "but
I'll get even with them, you bet."
"I'll cast them for tho lovors in the
next plcco."?Now York Press.
Anita?Do you know, I liko appearing
In tho living pictures better than any oth?
er kind of show I was ever in.
Anita?We don't have to have any
dress rehearsals, you know.?South Bos?
No Time to Lotto.
Lieutenant?Wo advanced only five
Captain of Arctic Expedition?That's
what 1 reckoned it. We've got to do bet?
ter than that, or our relief expedition will
bo catching up with us.?Marine Jour?
Jimmy?W'y ain't you rldln your bl
Tommy?Do olo man went to do sea?
shore an took along mo tires for a life pre?
Chamber! ain'p Eye and Ukln. Ol
Is a, certain euro for Chronlo Bare
Granulated Eye Lids. Soro Nipple
Eczema, Tetter, Salt Rheum and Scald Head,
25 cents per box. For sale by druggists.
For patting a horse in a fine healthy con?
dition try Dr. Oady's Condition Powders.
They tone up the system, aid digestion, core
loss of appetite, relieve constipation, correct
kidney disorders and destroy worms, givir
new Me to un old or over worked horse, i
cents per pack?? "or sale by druggists.
"Last Juno Dick Crawford brought
his twelve-months-old child, suffering
from infantilo diarrhoea, to mo. It had
been weaned at four months oid, and be?
ing sickly everything ran through it like
water through a sieve. I gave it the
usual treatment in such oases, but with?
out benefit. Tho child kept growing
thinner until it weighed but little more
than when born, or perhaps ten pounds.
I then started tho father to giving
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Dia?
rhcea Remedy. Deforo ono bottle of the
25-cent size had been used a marked
improvement was seen and its continued
use cured the child. Its weakness and
puny constitution disappeared and its
father and myself believe the ohild's
lifo was saved by the remedy."?J. T.
Marlow, M. D , Timnroa, 111. For sale
by the Charles Lyle Drug Company,
Bnoklen's Arnica Halvu.
The best Balve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever
sores, tettor, chapped hands, chilblains,
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. For sale by
C^r's-dan arii R?'>>fip
makcslhe hom? circle complete. This
Brent Tomporaiico Drlnlc gives plcus
ure andlicultli to every member of tue
family. A 25c. package makes ft gal?
lons. He. sure and get the genuine.
Sold everywhere. MadO only l>y
The Chas. E. Hires Co., Philada.
8?u<) 2e. flMnji fur btrallftal Pleturti Cur,I* in. i Hook.
Of either sex, any age, In any part of the country,
tt the employment Walch we furnleh. You neefi
act be n way I rom home over night. You can gtf*
yoar whole, time to the work, or only your spare mo?
ments. As capita. Is not required you run no risk.
We supply you with all that Is needed. It wig
cost you nothing to try the business. Any <
Dan lo the work. Beginners make money front
the start. Failure is unknown with out workers.
Every hour you lubor you can easily mnke a dollar
No one who i j willing to work falls to make mors
money every day than can be made In three days
Bt any ordinary employment. Pr.-.J for free book
containing tho fullest information.
HALLETT & CO.*
ist uay. p j|/jj^ 'Jjqg^jWel I M a n
18thDay.^W^jw Qf Me.
THE GREAT 30th Day
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Young men will renal 11 their lost manhood, and old
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KKVIVO. It quickly aud surely restores Nervous?
ness, Lost Vitality, ImpotcDcy, Nightly Emission.'-,
Lost Power, Failing Memory, Wasting Diseases, and
all effects of self-abuse or excess and indiscretion,
which unfits one for study, business or marriage. It
uot only curcB by starting at the seat of disease, but
is a great nervo tonic and lilood builder, bring
ing back tho pink glow to palo cheeks and ro
Ktoring tho fire of youth. It wards off Insanity
and Consumption. Insist on having KKV1VO, no
other. It can bo carried in vest pocket. Ily mail.
?11.00 per package, or six for 815.00, with a post
five written guarantee to euro or refund
tho money. Circular Ireo. Address
ROYAL MEDICINE CO.. 63 River St., CHICAGO, ILL.
For sale at Roanoko by Johnson &
Johnson and Chas. Lylo Drug Co. 8 9 ly
COMMISSIONER'S SALB OF VALUABLE
Reu! Bstato?By virtue ot a decree ot tho
Hustings Court of Roanokecity, Va, pronounced
at the August, 18111, term, In the consolidated
chancery cause of D. F. Whltlock, for, <fcc,
against W. E. Bnrchett, and R. 11. Angel vs.
same, wc shall offer for sale, at public- auction, at
the front door of the courthouse ot Hoanoka
city, Va , on FRIDAY, 21ST DAY OF SEPTEM?
BER, 1894, AT 13 O'CLOCK M , those four certain
houtcs si el lots, situated in the city of Roanokc,
Va.. bounded and described as follows, to-wlt:
First. Beginning at the southwr-t corner of
Walker and l'age streets, theneo with Wulkcr
street north ss west 80 feet, more or less, to a
point on same ; thence north 2 east 27 feet more
or less, to a point; thence south 8S cast TO feet,
more or lees, to l'age street; thence with Tage
street south 12 50 west 27 tcet, more or less, to the
place of beginning.
Second. Beginning at a point on the west side of
Page street 27 teet, more or Icsb, north of Walker
street, thence north 88 west 70 feet, more or lets,
to a point, thence north 3 east 27 feet, more or
less, to a point, thence south SS cast 70 feet, more
or 'ess. to Pago street, thence with Page street
south 12.50 west 27 feet, more or less, to the
Third. Beginning at 11 point on the west side
of Page street 51 feet, more or lees, north of
Walker street, thence north 8s west 70 feet, more
or less, to a point, thence north 2 cast 37 feet,
more or less, to a point, thence south ss east 70
feet, more or less, to l'age ttreet, thence with
Page street south 12.50 west 27 feet, more or less,
to the beginning.
Fourth. Beginning at a point on the north side
of Walker street 70 feet, more or less, to l'age
street, thence with Walker street north ss west
80 feet, more or less, to an alley, thence uorth 2
cast so feet, more or less, to a point, thence south
88 east 45 feet, moro or less, to a point, thence
southerly SO feet, more or less, to the place of
beginning, being the property originally known
as lot Nos. 31 and 23 of the (1. B, Thomas map
and were sub divided Into the above described
TERMS: One third cash, balance In three
eqnal Instalments, payable In six, twelve and
eighteen months from date of sale. The ahovo
sale Is made at the cost of H. A. Plnmlcy.
R. RANDOLPH B10K8,
JNU. M. HART.
8 33 tde. Commissioners. 75.
ON AND AFTER
Monday, July 16,
Legal advertisements will be
published in this paper at the
rate of $3 per inch per month.
No advertisement taken for
less than $15. Terms, invari?
ably cash in advance,
Notices of postponements
are charged for at the rate of
50 cents per day. No post
ponement taken for less than
Whenever requested,we fur?
nish proofs for correction be?
fore publication, and prefer in
all cases to do so. Otherwise
the copy is carefully followed,
and changes after publication
aie charged for at the rate of
$1 per advertisement.
BC VIRTUE OF TWO DEEDS OF TRUST,
ou~ bearing date .March 18th, 1891, mid the
other beating dale February 15th, 1892, and of
record In the clerk's ofllce of the Hustings Court
lor the city of loauoke, Va., in deed nook 60,
page 320. and deed hook 79, pago 417, respectively,
executed by O. 11. Thomas to the undersigned in
trust to secure to the Peoples' Perpetual Loan and
Uuilding Association of Koanokc, the payment
ot certain debts according to the terms of the
bonds ot said Thomas In said deeds mentioned,
default having been made In the performance or
the conditions ot (aid bonds and at the request of
l*ie board of directors of said association, and
pursuant to a decree rendered at the May term,
1804, of the circuit court for the city of Koanokc,
Va., in tfce chancery cause of George P. and II.
N. Dyer vs. (1. 1). Thomas ami als., the under?
signed will. UN TUB 21 ST DAY OF AUGUST,
IHM, AT 1 O'CLOCK P. ?1., on the premises, sell
at public auction, to the highest bidder, all that
ccrtuln real cet ate in said city described in said
(Seeds as follows, to-wit:
1st. Hcglnnlng at the northeast eorner ot
Uobcrtson street and an alley 118.4 feet east
from Commerce street; thence with said alley
north 7 degrees west '.'0.1 feet to another alley ;
thence with latter alley south S8 degrees east
Cti.S feet to a point; thence south 2 degrees west
95 feet to Hobcrteon street; thence with said
etreot north 88 degrees west 52 feet to the begiu
2nd. Dcglnningat the southeast corner of Kirk
street and a ten foot alley 120 feet east of Com?
merce street; thence with Kirk street south 88
degrees east 12 ltct to a point; thenco routh 2
deflrces west 93 feet to an alley; thence north
8? degrees west 91 feet to a point on an alley;
thenco north SO degrees west 90.1 feet to the be?
TBKMS: Cash aa to tufllclent to pay the costs
of sale and of executing said decree so far as It
concerns the property aforesaid, and taxes dne
npon said property tor the years 1899, 1893 and
1894, amounting to the sum ot f l!is.70; the amount
in default under said deed of trust executed
March 18, 1891, as of day ot sale, aggregating
f 42187, and the amount due under the deed of
trust dated February 15,18!I2, aggregating (244.08,
8B of day of sale. The purennser will bu required
to assume the uayrr. cut of nineteen consecutive
monthly Instalments of J43.31 each, not duo
under the terms ot said deed of March 18,1891, as
of the day of sale, the first becoming due on the
fourth Monday of August, 1894, and also to
assume seventy consecutive monthly instalments
of $39.75 each not due. under the terms ot said
deed of February 15, 1892, the first becoming due
on the fourth Monday of August, 1S94. Credit
Instalments to be secured by deeds of trust upon
the property. Any residue of the purchase money
shall be made payable In equal Instalments at six
and twelve months, evidenced by bonds hearing
Interest from day of sale. Title Is to be retained
until the hist or stiff bonds Is paid.
WM. P. WINCH,
Sped 11 Commissioner and Trustee.
B In the clerk's office ol the circuit court of the
city of Koanoke. George P. and N. U. Dyer,
plaintiffs: against G. 11. Thomas et als, defen?
[, S. S. llrooke, clerk ot the said court, do
ccrtlly that the bond required of the special
commissioner and trustee by the decree ren?
dered in the said cause on the 19th day of May.
1894 has been duly given.
Given under my hand as clerk of the soid court
this 18th day ot July, 1894. S. S. HKOOKB,
721 tdi. Clerk. 07
The above sale Is postponed until Friday, Sep?
tember 31, 1S94, at the same hour and place.
WM. P. WINCH,
Special Commissioner and Trustee.
IN THE CIRCUIT COUKT FOR THE CITY
of Koanoke, In vacation, on the 10th day of
August, 1894. S.W. Jamison, Trustee, against
W. II. Felix, Lcwellyn L. Felix. A. M. Fuller, \V.
M. Fuller, N. Partcc &-.trading as N.
Partee & Co., Hoy 11. Smith, trustee, the Koa?
nokc Trust, Loan and Safe Deposit Company and
all other creditors of W. II. Felix, as of Novem?
ber 5lh, ls9t), the names and residences ot whom
are unknown. Extract from decree:
It i? adjudged, ordered and decreed that this
cause be and ts hereby referred to .lohn M. Hart,
wno is hereby appointed a special commissioner
for the purpose and directed to take, state and
report to conn the following accounts: First,
An account of tbc debts secured by the several
deeds or trust referred to In said bill, the ac?
counts thereof and to whom payublc. Second.
An account of the indebtedness of the said W. H.
Felix, as of the fifth day of November, 1890, how
much therauf lias since been paid, or otherwise
satisfied, and by whom. Third. An account of
all the liens it]ion t he property In the hill men?
tioned, their dignities and priorities, and to
whom payable. Fourth. What fee should be
paid to the attorneys for the plaintiff for their
services in this cause. Fifth. Any other matter
deemed pertinent by himself or required by any
party interested in said cause.
S. S. KKOOKE. Clork.
The parties interested in the decree from which
the foregoing Is an extract will take notice, that
on the 14th clay of September. 1604, at my otllce,
in the city of Koanoke. I shall proceed to execute
the same, when and where they arc required to
attend, with stich books, papers, vouchers and
evidence as will cnablo me to comply with the
order of the court.
JOHN M. IIA KT,
8 11-tds 74 Special Commissioner.
Y VIRTUI OF A CERTAIN DKUl) OP
trust executed on the 1st day of May, 1801,
and recorded In the clerk's office of the city of
Koanoke, In deed book Ii3, page 182, from \S . J.
and L. Illalr, Jr., to the undersigned trustees,
for the purpose of securing to the Cid Dominion
Building und Loan Association, of Richmond,
Va.,the naym-nt of the sum of two thousand
live hundred dollars ($9,800), to become due in
monthly instalments of (12.50 each, and default
having been made by the said grantors in the
payments of the said monthly Instalments, and
being n quested so to do by the board of directors
of the Old Dominion Uuilding and Loun Asso?
ciation, we will, on the. premises,ON TUE r.Tll
DAY OF SKPTEMUKU, 1804, AT 10 A. M., offer
for sale at public auction to the highest blddor
the following described real estate, situated In
the city of Koanoke, and described as follows:
Heginning at a point on the south side of John'*
street (or Sixth avenues, w..) SSO feet west of
Park street (or Fifth streot S. w.), thence with
John's street north 82 degrees west SO feet to a
point, thence south 8 degrees west 130 feet to an
?Hey, thence with said alley south 82 degrees east
50 feet to a point, thence north 8 degrees east 110
feet to John'* street, the place of beginning,
known as lot No. B, section 4, as shown by the
map of the Lewis addition to the city of Koa?
TKKMS OF SALE: fash for a sum nitilolent
to pay the coats and ex peases of this sale, and
the sum of $1,182.52, being the sum In default to
said association, and the residue In monthly In?
stalments of $19.60 each from the 15th day of
Soptcmber, 1KH, until such time as the sum pay
?bio to said association is patd off ander tne
terms of said deed of trust, and sny residue upon
a credit of one and two years from said date, the
purchaser to execute a deed of trust upon said
property to secure the deferred payments.
LUCIAN U. UOCKE,
0? _ J. W. SHIELDS, jr.,
8 ' tdt_73 Trustees.
I>UBLIO SALE OP THE CELEBRATED
Crockett Arsenic Springs, alto known as the
\ lrgtnla Arsenic. Bromine and Llthia Springs, in
the county of Montgomery. Vs.?In pursuance of
a decree of the circuit court of Montgomery
county, entered at the May term, 1891, In *ho
chancery cause of James il. Sublett vs. the Vir?
ginia Arsenic, Bromine and Llttala Springs Com?
pany et ?Ib., I will sell at public auction. In front
of the courthouse of Montgomery county, at
Chr stlunsbnrg, Va.. ON FRIDAY,SEPTEMBER
7 I'll, ?8<ti, the real estate and springs property In
the bill and proceeding mentioned, now known
as the Crockett Arsenic Springs, formerly The
Virginia Arsenic, Bromine and Llthia Sprluge. in
the county of Montgomery, on the south fork of
ltoanoke river, about three miles above the
Alleghany Springs, and some seven miles from
the shawsvlllc station, on tho Norfolk autl West?
This property consists of the fee simple title to
some SX) aores of laud, with tho Warm, or
Crockett Springs thereon, with a large and com?
modious modern hotel building, with bathhouses
and other outbuildings complete for the accom?
modation of a large number of guests, and now
In successful operation.
Tho wator.has almost a world-wide reputation
and large quantities of it have been shipped to
distant parts of the United States, and some of It
to foreign counties.
Tho proporty Is sold for vendor's and other
liens thereon, and a complete and clear fee
simple title will be sold.
TERMS: The property will be sold on a crodit
of one, two and three years, equal Instalments,
bearing Interest from day of sale, except a suf?
ficient amount to pay costs of suit and expenses
of sale, which will not exceed $500, will be
required <n cash. The deferred payments must
be secured by cood personal security, or guaran?
teed by some reliable and responsible trust com?
pany. But at the option of the purchaser, the
whtle or -my additional part of the purchase
money may bo paid in cash.
I will give any further Information that may
be desired, but Hon. GeorgeG..lunkln.of Chrlst
lansburg, Vu., and M. C. Thomas, Esq.. of Roun
oke, Va , arc much more familiar with the prop
erty and the benefit? to be derived from the
water than I am. and I request persens wanting
full information to correspond with them.
M. U. TOMPKINS,
Christiansburg, Va., July 25, ISM.
1, John C. Harless, clerk of Montgomery clr
cult court, do ccrilfy that M. U. Tompklns, the
special coinmlsstoucr appoluted to make sale of
lands unticr a decree in suit of James II. Sublett
vs. Virginia Arsenic, Bromine and Llthia
Springs Company et als., has executed the bond
required of him ny the decree. Given under my
hand this 25th day of Julv, 1S9I.
8 4 tils JOHN C. flAKLKSS. Clork. 71
AS PROVIDED FOR IN SECTION 1147 OF
tho Code of Virginia. I shall on saturday,
the era day of September, iso4, in
front of the courthouse of the city of Roauokc.
Va , between the honrs of 111 a. m. and 1 p. m. of
that day. proceed to sell at public auction to the
highest bidder tho following described stock of
the .lunette Laud Co.:
name Ol? NO. am'T.
STOCK HOI.DKR. in auks. 1>UK.
Mrs. Mary N. Allen. HI $ 5t) 00
Mrs. Rosa W. Coffee. 5 25 00
Mrs. Belle W. I.uek. 5 25 10
W. K. Briggs. 2 20 0.1
Wm. Palmer. :i 30 oo
Manley B. Ramos & Co. 5 50 00
C. a. Swanson. 10 50 00
C. F. Patrick .v, C. P. Patrick, trustee 25 250 ?XI
B. S. Hooper. 5 50 00
J. B. Wall. 5 B0 00
A. D. anil S. W. Watklns. 5 50 till
W. W. Moore. 9 .'ill 00
B. S. Webb. 0 00 00
B. M. Jacobs . 5 50 Oil
Arthur B. Clark. 20 100 01
C. a. Nash and Ceo. W. Dey. 20 HO 00
R. (S. Cabcll Jr. 6 50 00
R. U, Tebbs. 5 50 00
a. R. Blnford. 1 6 00
d. W. Sauudcrs. 5 30 00
E. W. Saunders. 7 70 00
W. A. Belcher. 5 50 00
T. J. Belcher. 2 20 00
J.M. Williams. 6 50 00
J. B. Ashby. f> 50 00
11. d. Flood. 2 20 00
R. G. Porter. 1 600
K. L. Morris. 1 10 00
J. F. Lfttlmer. 1? 100 10
L. b. Holladuy. 6 50 CO
II. C. Crute . 2 20 ( 0
S. B. McKlnncy. 5 50 0(1
J. .1. Wilson. 10 100 00
MIsb C. S. Parish. 2 20 (10
S. P. Spencer . 2 20 01
Mrs. J. a. Spencer. 1 111 (,()
Mrs. R. J. McKlnncy. 2 20 00
E. K. Hundley. 10 50 (HI
J. M. Watts. 10 100 00
J. M. Crute. 5 B0 01
T. hYHullowcll. 2 20 CO
J. d. W. Churchill. 6 45 00
Geo. A. Baher. 15 150 10
A. B Blair.... 5 S5 fo
j. W.Adams,Ji. 5 45 oo
R. F. Ellett. 5 50 00
W. B. Brown. 10 UK) (in
II. B. Smith. 1 10 1X1
C. H. Oreer. i 2n 00
AliceSturdivant. 4 10 00
E. A. Suunilcrr X Son. :I0 150 00
J. K. Brodrick. 5 50 00
,1. O. Kuykendall. 5 50 1X1
U.A. Whiting. 5 .Mini)
Wlnstou A Irving. 5 Ml 00
Mrs. P. L. Morrison. 2 10 GO
,1. W. StUlU. 10 Ml 00
W. 1). lievuolds, Jr. 5 50 1X1
H. K. Car'mick. 10 100 00
Grillln .V (iuthrie. 5 B0 CO
G. M. Kggleston. 1 10 (X)
George Richardson. 5 50 00
N. Purtce, manager. 3 80 CO
W. 11. Burger. 10 KHl 10
C. N. Austin and J. a. I'restoii. I 4 ! iH)
Mrs. N. 15. McClnng. 5 50 00
M. C. Walles. 5 50 im
M. B. Rowe. 5 50 iki
W.O. Fere bee. 2 SO 00
O. M. Ferebee. 2 40 (X)
L. I*. Whnrton . 1 10 IX)
C. C. Tallaferro. . .15 350 IX)
Warwlch & Carson. ?0 OIK) 00
Wm. G.Venable. 0 45 00
Sklnker ,t Sims. 5 50 00
A. I'. Rowe, Jr.,* L. M. Honey. 5 50 00
11 O. Rogers. . 5 50 CO
Miss E. I'. Woods. 10 1(H) IX)
A. P. McClung. 5 45 (X)
Said stockholders being in arrears in the pay?
ment of assessments under call duly made.
W. P. DUPUY,
k s td 73 Secretary Janelle I.und Co.
DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED
States for the western district of Virginia,
To Thomas P. Jameson and Ewcl A. l'rlllimau
and to all whom It may concern. Greeting:
Notice Is hereby given that on the Hth day of
November, 1808, lODr barrels of brandy contain?
ing 41,45,48 and 83 gallons respective ly, I empty
barrels, 4 copper stills, 4 cans, 4 worm tubs, 3
cheese cases, 1 cider press, 3 1,300 gallon fer
inenlers, 40 apple fermenters and one apple mill
of the value of three hundred and twenty-two
dollurs and twenty-live cents, claimed or owned
by Thomas V. Jameeon and Kwcl A Prilllinan,
parties trading as Jameson ,V Prillamun. were
seized by Special Revenue Agent Thomas
Williams of the United States for said district as
forfeited fur the use of the United States and
the same Is libelled and prosfcuted In this court
In the name of the United States for condemna?
tion for the causes In said libel set forth and
thut said cause will stand for trial at tho
courtroom In DSCVillc on the 18th day of Novem
her next, when and where all persons a-o warned
to appear to show OSQS0 why condemnation
should not be decreed and to Intervene for their
interest, 7? O. VV,. LEV I, Marshal.
TRUSTEE'S SALE OF VALUABLE HEAL ES
late?By virtue of a ileed of trust dated the
8tst day of December, lsvi. and of record In tho
clerk's otllce of the corporation court for the clt
of Roanokc, Vs., in deed book 37, pane 401, exe
cuted by W. C. Nyciim to the undersigned trus?
tee, to secure '.<> Francois Bonncau the puynieu
of the sum of $'.?50, evidenced by sixty tour ne=
gotlubl.! notes, dated the 1st of January, 1800
i sixty three of 815 each and one of $5, all bearing
Interest from date; and default having occurred
In the payment of sixteen (16) of said notes, am
at tho request of the holder thereof, I will, ON
TUESDAY, THE 4ST11 DAY OF AUGUST, 1894,
AT 14 O'CLOCK M., In front of the eotirthonse |r
the city of Roanokc. proceed to soli at pnoll
auction to the hlghrst bidder, all that certain lo
or parcul of land, lying In the city of Roanok
Vs., and bounded and described as follows:
Beginning at a point on tho cist side of Holl
day street 103.3 feet soisth of Wells street, thenc
south 09 degrees 20 mil.ntes east 15.6 feet to
1 point, theme north SO degrees 47 minutes ea
43.4 feet to a point, thence DOrtb ".'? degrees :
minutes east B S feet to u point, thence south
degrees west 50.4 feet to an alley, thence with t
alley north degrees west 5S feel to llolllda
-troet, thence with Holltday street north 15 d
grees .04 minutes oast 40.7 feet to the place of
ginning, be the same moro or less.
TERMS: Cash as to enough to pay the cost
executing this trust, and to pay the past
notes and Intenst, and one note falling duo <
the 1st day of August, 1804, and as to the resld
the same shall be paid as follows: $15 with I
terest thereon from tho 1st dav of January. 1S90
on the 1st day of September, 1S94; $15 with 11
Interest on thu 1st day of October, 1804? $15
Ilko Interest on tho 1st day of NoTcmber, 1894;
$15 with Ilko interest on the 1st day of December,
1894; $15 with like interest on the 1st day of Jan
nary, 1895; $15 with like Interest on the 1st day of
February, 1895; $15 with like interest on the 1st
day of March, 18!)S; $15 with like interest on the
1st day of April, 1805; $5 with like Interest on the
1st day of June, 1896,and the resldno, if any there
be, shall be payable in one and two years from
day of salo In equal instalments with Interest
Iroru day of sale, deferred payments to be se?
cured by deed of trust.
J. U. FEATHERSTONE,
7 3Stda 09-37 Trustee.
I3UBL1U SALE OF VALUABLE REAL
. estate?By virtue of a deed of trust executed
to me by the Virginia Land Company, bearing
date the Hitti day of March. 1890, and duly re?
corded in the clerk's office of the conntv court of
Koanoko county. In deed book X, page 484, and
pursuant to a decree of the circuit court entered
at its January term, 1894, in the chancery canse
of D. C. Yates vs. Virginia Land Company, I
will. ON THE 1 ITU DAY OF AUGUST, 1894, AT
12 O'CLOCK M., upon the premises, proceed to
sell at public auction to the highest bidder, all
that certain tract or parcel at land lying and
being In the county of Roamke. near the
city of Roanoke. Va., and bounded and described
as follows, to-wit:
Beginning ala point lu the spring branch, the
same being a comer of the property of Davis
heirs and of the property of Daniel C. Yates, and
also a point on the north side of the Lake and
Driving Park,where tho property purchased from
the Davis heir* and Daulel C. Yates corner,
thcuce with the spring branch as It meanders as
follows, thence north IS degrees 5 minutes wast
225.9:1 feet to a point, thence north 19 degrees 19
minutes east 282.21 feet to a point, thence north
5 degrees 37 minutes east 128.06 feet lo a point,
thence north 6 degrees 5 minutes west 137.6 feet
to a point, thence north 10 degrees 18 minutes
east through tho spring S97.4S feet to a point,
thence south SI degrees 13 minutes east 160.01 feot
to a hickory tree, thence north 42 degrees 12 min?
utes east 187.98 feet to a point, thcuce north 22 de?
grees 58 mluutes cast 151.95 feet to a point, thence
north IS degrees 51 minutes west 707.88 feat to a
point, thence north 32 degrees 50 mluutes west
236.72 feet to a point, the same being a corner ot
the property of the Davis heirs and of Daniel
Moo maw, thence north 55 degrees 43 mteutesoaat
2335.74 feet to u point, the same being a corner ot
the properties ot It. B. Moorman and Daulel .
Moomaw, thence south 29 degrees 56 minutes east
944.4 feet to a stake, thence south 3 de ere es 43
minutes west 187S.9 feet to a point, thence south
35 degrees 35 mluutes west 1388 feet to a point,
thence north 81 degrees 31 mluutes west 933 feet
to a point, thcuce north SO degrees 4h minutes
west 506 feetto theplaceot beginning, contain?
ing by recent survey ot Wlugate * Hauckcl, en?
gineers, 152.43 acres.
TEEMS OF SALE:?Cash sufltclcnt to pay the
costs ot said suit and expenses ot said sale, and
tho amount which will then be due aud payable
to said D. C. Yates by the Virginia Land Com?
pany upon the debt secured in said deed of trust
as tlxed by said decree, to-wlt: The sum ot $13.
490 03, with Interest on $1,837,59, a part thereof,
from the 16th day of March. 1890. until paid, and
on $3,815.03, on the other part thereof, from the
10th day of March, 1893, until paid, nnd on
$1,8-37.50, ttie residue of said sum first above men?
tioned, from the 10th day of March, 1890,till paid.
In the event that the purchaso price of said
property shall exceed the cash payment, as above
mentioned, then the residue ot said purchase
money, or so much thereof as shall be necessary
shall be made payable as the amounts thereafter
to become duo by the said Virginia Land Com?
pany to the said Daniel C. Yates, as fixed by said
decree, to-wlt: The sum of $!,S'!7.50, with In?
terest thereon from the 10th day ot March, 1890,
till paid, will be reqnlrcd on the 10th day ot
March, 1805, and u.e sum of $4,837.50, with In?
terest thereon from the loth day ot March, 1890.
til) paid, will be required an the 10th day ot
March, 1896, and the sum of $1,857.50, with in?
terest tnercon from the 16th day ot March, 1890,
till paid, will be required on the 10th day
of March, 1897, and then so much of the
residue as may be necessary to pay ofT and
satisfy the amount which will, on the day ot sale,
be due on the note executed by the said Virginia
Land Company to C. O'Lcary und;.I. F. Christian,
mentioned In said decree and as flxed thereby,
to wit: the sum or $4,160.' 0, with Interest there?
on from the 16;h day of March, 1890, till paid, will
also be required in cash on the day of sale, and If
there be any excess of suld purchase money, suck
excess, or so much tlurcof as may be necessary,
shall be payable as the amounts thereafter to be?
come due on the remaining notes executed by tho
said Virginia Laud Company to the said C.
O'Leary and J. F. Christian, mentioned In said
decree and as fixed thereby, to wit: tho sum of
$1,037.50, with Interest thereon from March 16,
1890, will be required on the 10th day ot March,
1(96; thesnm Of $1,067.60, with Interest thereon
from the 10th day ot March, 1800, till paid, will bo
required on the 10th day of March, 1896, and the
sum of $1,037.50, with Interest from the 16th day
of March, 1890, till paid, will be required on the
10th day of March, 1897
if the purchase price of said land shall exceed
the cash payments above required and
the amounts thereafter to become dno
to said D. C. Yates, and the amount* thereafter
to become due on the notes aforesaid to said C.
(ci.enry and .1. F. Christian, then such excess
shall be made payable In Ihres (3) equal annual
installments from the day of sale.
The purchaser shall give negotiable notes for all
the deferred payments secured by a deed of trust
on the property, in which said deed It shall be
provided that tue notes given by said purchaser
to moot the amounts thereafter to become dns
to Daniel C. Yates, as hereinbefore provided,
shall be the first lien on said land, and the notes
given to meet the amounts thereafter to become
dno on the O'Lcary und Christian notes shall bo
the second ilen on said laud, and that th? notes
payable in one, two and three years shall be
the third Hen on said land.
H?HT. E. SCOTT,
7 12 td .01 Trustee and Commissioner.
In tho clerk's oillee ot the circuit court of the
city of Hoanoko: D. C. Yates, plaintiff; against
Virginia Laud Company mid als., defeudant.
I, S. S. Brooke, clerk ot the said court, do
certify that the bond required of the special com?
missioner by t he decree rendered in said cause
on the 0th day Of February, 1894, has been duly
(liven under my hand as clerk of the said court
thla 12th day ot July, 1894.
S. 8. BROOKE, Clerk.
By mntnal consent the above sale is postponed
until SATURDAY, AUGUST 25TU, at the same
place and hour. HOBT. K. SCOTT,
8 ll-lds Trn-tee and Commissioner.
o ALE OF VALUABLE REAL ESTATE, COM
O prising hotel property au 1 stores near Nor?
wich Lock Works By virtue of two certain
deeds of trust executed by Tho Building Com?
pany, of Koanoki, a corporation duly chartered
under the laws of the State of Virginia, to 11. S.
Trout, trustee, the ilrst dated on the llth day of
May, ISO.', and duly recorded in the otllce of the
clerk of the county court ot lioanoke county In
deed book No. 8, page 382, and the other of said
deeds dated tho 17th day ot May, 1809, and duly
recorded In the otllce of said clerk of the county
court of Koauoko conntv, Va., In deed book No.
9, page 889, whereby the said. The Building Com?
pany, of Roanoke, conveyed to 11. S. Trout,
Irnstec, the land hereinafter described to seenro
three certain bonds of the said company to the
Iron Hell Building and Loan Association, of
Roanoke.Va., oi.e of which bonds was In the sum
Of three thousand ei^ht hundred dollars ($3,800).
dated the 9th day ot May. 1892, and conditioned
for the payment of the monthly sums ot $30.40
to the Iron Belt Building and Loau Association
from the Drat day of March, 1899, until the series
"C" of the stock of the said Iron UeK Building
and Loan Association should reach the value of
$100 per share. ...
One other ot said bonds, bearing date on the
17th day cf May. 1899, in the sum of $2,200.00
conditioned for the payment of the monthly sums
of f 17.00, from the lsi day of April, 1899, until tho
said scries "C" of the stock of the Iron Belt
Building ami l.oaa Association should reach the*
value of$100 00 per share, and the remaining:
bond dated on the 17th day of May, 1898, In the
sum of $1,000.00, and conditioned for the payment
ot the sum of fS.lM per month, from tho 1st of
April, 1899, until the series "B" of the stock ot
the said Iron Belt Building and Loan Association
should reach the value of $100.00 per share, and
each of said bonds being further c.mdltioued for
the faithful performance of the obligations of.
the said The Building Company, of Roanoke,
according to the provisions of said bonds and.
deeds of trust, and of the hy laws ot said associa?
tion, all ot which will more fully appear by ref?
erence to said deeds of trust, duly recorded as
aforesaid; and default having been made In the
payment of tho said monthly sums so provided to ?
be paid in the said three bonds and the deeds of
trust securing the sune, as well as in other otthe
conditions and covenants ot said bonds and deeds
of trust, and being thereunto required by the
board of directors of the said Irou Belt Building
and Loan Association, the undersigned trustee
will, ON THURSDAY. TUE 2D DAY OF AU
QUST, 1*91, AT 12 O'CLOCK M? proceed to sell
at public auction, on the premises, tho following
described real estate, to-wlt:
All that lot ot land, with tho hotel and store?
houses thereon, situate In the county ot Roanoke,
near to the city of Roanoke, Va.:
Beginning at the southwest comer ot Russell
and Warwick streets, fronting 50 feet on Russell
street, and extending back between parallel linee
with Warwick street 100 feet to an alley, said lots
being known and designated on the map of the
lauds of the Roanoke Development Company by
Nos. vi and 15, of block No. 8, In section 3 thereof.
There Is dne by the said Tho Building Com?
pany, ot Roanoce, upon their said bonds the
sum of $8,406,74, with Interest from the 16th day
of June, 1891.
7 3 ids H. S. TROUT. Trustee. 58
By mutual content the above sale has been
postponed until Monday, August 97, at tb* samr*
hour and place.