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HTS NARROW' ESCAPE.
A METHODIST MINISTER'S EXPERI?
ENCE WITH INDIANS.
lie Wna tl?.; S:.lo I'osaeuRcr In a Stngo
That Wm Attacked?Tbo Driver Wna
Killed, hikI tho Prcacuer Attempted tu
Take Ills L'laue?A Lucky Tumble.
Tho Choyouuos and Kiowas woro on
tho warpath in 1807. Stago station:-,
woro attacked and bumod, tolegraph
wires worn torn down and thrown into
wells, and all regul?r communication
on tho overland trail wan abandoned. It
was tho duty of Captain Powell to estab?
lish tho Btatious, leaving a guard of
two or threo men ut each, and to push
on toward Fort Lupton. Tlio country
was swarming with Indians, and small
parties of white nion moved only under
great peril. At one point along tho river
the command met a stage, which pre?
sented an amusing sight. On the top sat
livo men, armed with long guns and re?
volvers, while from tho insido peored a
woman and three children. Tho captain
persuaded the party to place itself under
his protection, as a coach had been at?
tacked the day before and the driver
killed. At tbo Wisconsin ranch tho
coach and tho dead body of the driver
were brought in. The lining had been
cut out. and the woodwork was riddled
with bullets. Tho savages had torn open
the mail sack and distributed the let
tors over the plains, alter tearing them
open as if in search of money.
Tho next day at a spot called Living
Springs, 10 miles north of Denver, a
long, kink individual walked into camp.
Tho stranger culled for tho officer in
command and was conducted to Cap?
"The man introduced himself as a
Methodist minister from Denver," said
Colonel Powell. "I asked him how ho
happened to bo so far from home. He
replied by saying that ho wanted to bor?
row a gun. 'If a coach comes through,'
said he, 'I want to go along ttud, kill
some of thoso red devils that woro after
me yesterday.' I asked (he man to sit
down and toll his story. He did so, sav?
ing that ho WOS in tho coach whose
Ittvtff was killed the day before. I
looked at him in astonishment, but ho
told his Btory in such a straightforward
way that I believed it. He explained
that tho day before was quite warm,
and after (tinner he had pullod off his
coat and, hours, and being tho only pas?
senger in the coach had stretched hilS
self across the seats inside and goiio to
sloop. His story wont as follows:
" '1 had not been napping very long
when I was awakened by the most in?
fernal yelling I ever hoard in my life.
I looked out the window and found that
30 or iO Indians bad attacked the coach
and wore pouring volley after volley
into it. The driver had turned tho
horses, and wo were making remarkable
speed toward Godfrey's ranch. A shot
struck tho driver, and he fell off the
" 'Then I thought my only chance of
safety lay in reaching tho boot and get?
ting bold of the lines. I climbed out of
tbo dour, crawled into tho seat left va?
cant and discovered to my dismay thai
the lines had fallen between tho horses
and were dragging on the ground.' "
Continuing Iiis narrative, Colonel
Powell related tho story ns it canto from
the lips of the minister. The Indians
continued t heir frightful shouts, and tho
terrified horses plunged forward at a
pace thai threatened to wreck tho coach.
The minister climbed down to tho
tcugno of tho coach and made a wild
grab for the lines. At the same moment
the coach lunged across a gull}* in the
sand which bad been formed by a storm
the day before. Tho minister lost his
hold and fell headlong into the wash?
out. The coach passed over him, and u
moment later the pur: '.ing Indians
dashed by on horseback after the coach
The minister lay perfectly still for
several minutes. Then ho peered over
the plain to see that the coach had been
stopped a short distance away and was
being robbed. The minister saw only
one means of escape. The Indians
would certainly return for his scalp,
and his only safety was in a bold dash
for the Platte river, several hundred
yurds away. Tho l iver was wide and
swift, and ho might succeed in crossing
to tho opposite hank. Tho project was
carried into execution. In his stocking
feet the white mini made a dash through
300 yards of cactus Two red devils
attempted to head him off, but tho
thoroughly aroused minister of the gos?
pel far outclassed tho natives of the
plains as a sprinter. With a prayer
upon his lips ho plunged into tho muddy
water anil reached a .small island in the
conter of the river.
Looking back to the shore, what was
tho astonishment of tho man to soo two
strangers, apparently white men, stand?
ing and beckoning him to return. The
Indians had retired, and tho two new?
comers were officers of Fort Lupton,
who were returning to tbo fort after a
hunting trip along tho river. The min?
ister swam to shore and was escorted
to a place of safety.
Colonel Powell remained at Foit
Lupton for several months until the In?
dians quieted down and danger had
passed away. Then ho hauled down the
flag and abandoned tho post, marching
to Denver iu order to cross tiie Platte
river, on his way to Fort Laramio. At
that time the only bridge on tho Platte
river between tho Missouri river and
tho nionutnins was at Sixteenth street
in Denver.?Don vor News.
Aust niliu^ Itlcli Men.
A largo number of the millionaires
who constitute tho plutocracy of Aus?
tralia and who practically rnlo the
roost out there are, if not ex-convicts,
at any rato tho offspring or descendants
of individuals who made the trip ont in
manacles and who loft home for their
country's good. This is one of tho rea?
sons why colonial magnates?no mattet
how wealthy, generous and respectable
?aro always looked upon with a certain
dogrco of suspicion.?Chicago Record.
A Mutter o7 Spelling;.
"Mistah Jnm s, I has soiucthiu ob do j
greatest impo'thuce to toll you dis
uio'niu," said George Montague, tho
colored janitor ui the Am.ray police
station, to Lawyer Indignation Jones
yesterday im? niiig.
"AYhut tun do (rouble, Montay?"
asked Indignation us tho two walked
out Of Justice Uudcrwood's court and
stood on tho steps loading to tho street.
"Mistah Jones," continued tho jani?
tor, "yo' know do G?o'ge 13. Swift
colud Ma'chin club what's gwiu tor
hold a picnic on do tweuty-fo'th oh dis
" 'Deed I do," said tho dusky lawyer.
"I'ze ou do committee."
"Dat am jus' do trouble presactly,
Mistah Jones. Yo' hub uot douo yo'
''What urn yo' talkin 'bout, Geo'go
Moutnguo? What is yo' say in r"
"I is say in, sah, dat yo' hub nogloo'
yo' duty. Yo' had lowed do eommitteo
tor 'range fo' bol'iu de picnic at Coon's
pa'k. Yo' heal) dat, sab?Coon's pa'k.
What am de white folks gwin ter say
whon dey finds out dat Qeo'ge B. Swift
Ma'ohin' club am ter hold do reg'lar
un'al picnic at Coon's pa'k?"
"Hah yo' took uotico how do word am
spelt, Qeo'ge Montague?" asked Indig?
"Dar am only ono way ter spell do
word," was tho reply. "Dat am c-dou
blo-o-n. Dat am do way, sab."
"Yo'am in do wrong, Montay. Dat
am not do way. I looked intor do matter
befo' I 'lowed dp contrac' ter bo signed.
Do word am spelt K-u-h-n, sah."
"Yo' 'bont dat, Mistah Jones?"
"I'ze postive, .-all."
"Den I begs yo' pa'dou, Mistah
Jones. Dat way ob spollin do word
makes all dediifmuco indeworl." And
Montay gave vent to a sijjh of relief as
bo walked out in the street after doubly
assuring Indignation that ho meant no
offense about his remarks as to tho law?
yer's neglect of duty.?Chicago Inter
Very Promising rupif.
At tho riding academy :
Teacher?Havo you ever been on a
Pupil?No. Bnt I took a new baby
carriage home the other night on a ca
Teacher?Say, I'd like to engage you
as an assistant hero before wo go any
.jv ^_ Nothing In It.
Mrs. Billus?Don't you believe it's
true, John, that a person partakes to a
considerable extent of tho nature of tbo
creatures he cats'/
Mr. Billus?No. I'vo been eating fish
all my life, and lean t swim a stroke.?
A Morning Walk.
Stranger?Phew I What's that smell?
Citizen (of average city ruled by aver
nge politicians)?Come away, quick !
Wjo are netting tuo near tho reservoir. ?
TltUSl EE'S SALK-BV V1KTUE OK A CER- |
tain deed of Imet, dated the let day ot Jan
nary. 1604, aid recorded In the clerk's otllco of
the'llugtirgs Court for the city of Kcanokc, In
deed book !>1, page S'.Hi, from t lie H xchango Hulld
Ing and Investment Company to tbe undersigned
trustee, executed for the purpose of securing A.
M. and W. M. Fuller the buim ot twenty-five bun
dred dollars <f2,GU>.tl>), with Interest thereon at
the rate of (i per cent, per annum; default having
i (tu made In the payment of the taxes upon said
tiioprrty for the year 1894, and default having
been made abn In the payment of the semi?
annual Instilment." Ol interest due upon said
loan on the 1st day tf .Inly, 1085, Slid hitting been
ri ijiiired so to do by the licnc tl< iary in said deed
ar.d in ncrordanro with the terms cf the same,
providing that, in event of default being made
in ilie payment of any of mid Btml-nnnnal in?
st ahnet ts or interest or in the pay incnlsot tu xcs
upon said property, the entire den) shall mature,
the undersigned will, in 1 ront of tho courthouse
of the city of Hoanoke, Vs.. offer for sale at pub?
lic airtton, AT V.; O'CLOCK NOUN, ON TUB
10T11 DAY OF OCTOBER. 1S?.I5, the following
described tmirels of laud, situated in the city of
lleglnnlug at a point on tbe soutlisiae ot
Horertson street 175 feet east or Jefferson street,
thence south 8? degrees 45 minutes east ?0 feet
along Robertson street, thence south 2 degrees
is minutes west 200 feet to a point, thence north
s7 decrees 15 minutes west 60 feet to a point,
thence north 3 degrees 15 minutes cast to the
place of beginning, known as lotsNos. 232and 221,
in ward 5, according to the map of the lands of
the Koanoke Lord and Improvement Company.
TERMS OF SALE?Cash as to the costs as
well as the sum ot twenty-five honored dollars
<$2,5C0), with Interest thereon from the 1st day ot
January, ist<5, and also the taxes that may he dne
upon said property, and aa to the residue upon a
creditor one and two years from tho day of sale,
with Interest thereon from that day, which said
deferred pa* ments shall lieevldenced by the notes
of the purchasers and secured by a deed ot treet
upon the pre nitees sold.
!I14-Ids S. W. JAMISON, Trustee.
himTKJft'8 HALB.?BY VIRTUE OF A CBK
? tain deed of trust dated the 3rd day ot May,
ISaS, and recorded in the clerk's ortice of the
Hustlriis Court Tor tbo i ltv ot Roanoke in deed
book 87, page 193, Irom T. O. Bickers and T. A.
Bickers, Ills wife, to the undersigned trustee, exe?
cuted roribe purpose of securing Ann M. Payne
the sum of four thousand dollar- <f l.tlK-i with in?
terest thereon at a rate of r, per cent, per annum;
dcfsiult^hnving teen made in the payment of the
taxes upon said property for the years 1S03 and
Jt!M; ami default having been made also in the
payments of the serol-annunl instalments of in?
terest due upon said loan, on the 3rd day of Nov?
ember, 1&V4, and tho 3rd day of May , lsVr\ and
having been required so to do by the bent llelary
In said deed anil in accordoncc with the term? ot
the same, providing thai in event of default be?
ing made In the payment of any of said semi?
annual Instalments of interest, or in the payments
of the taxes upon said property the entire debt
shall mature, the undersigned will, in front ot
ilie courthouse of the city of Koanoke. Va., offer
for sale at public auction AT 19 O'CLOCK NOON
ONTIIBltiTH DAY OF OCTOBER, 1805, the
i following dejeribod parcel of land situated In the
cttv of Roanoke, Va.:
Beginning at o point on the north side of Elm
street :524.5"feet west of Henry atreet.thence with
Elm street south 88 degrees 30 minutes west r.o
feet to a point, thence north 30 degrees west 141?
feet to an alley, thence with same north 88 de?
grees SO minutes east 50 feet to a point, thence
south-'50degrees cast 140 feet to the place of be?
TERMS OF SALE?Cash as to tho costs of
sale as well as tbe sum ot fonr thousand dollars
($4,000), with luterest thereon f rom;the 3rd day of
May, le94, and also the taxes that may be due
upon said property, and aa to the retldno upon a
credit of one and two years from the day of sale
with interest thereon from that day, which said
deferred payments shall be evidenced by the
notes ot the purchaser and secured by *a deed of
trust upon the premises sold.
SMtda S. W.JAMISON, "rnstee.
IN THE CLEhK'S OFFICE OP TBE CIRCUIT
Couri for the city of Roanoke on the 12th day
of September, 18115. D. F. Whlilock, pl&lntlff,
against Catherine Johnson, defendant. Debt.
The object of this suit is to recover from tbe de
f endeni the sum of $100 due by ten negotiable
notes $10 each with interest and co-ta and to at?
tach the effects of said defendant in tho city of
Roanoke and sell same to satisfy plaintiff's claim.
And an affidavit having been made and filed that
the defendant, Catherine Johnson, Is not a resi?
dent of the State ot Virginia it is ordered that
she do appear witnln liheen days after due pub?
lication hereof and do what may he necessary to
protect her Interest in this stilt. And It Is further
onirred that a copy hereof he published once a
week for four weeks In Tiik Koasokk Daily
TiMXsaud that a copy be posted at tho front
door of the courthouse ot this city ou the first
day ot the next week. A copy? Teste:
S. S. BROOKE, Clerk.
It. Randolph Ricks, p.q. H8-4W.
TRUSTEE'S SALE-HY VIRTUEOF A DBBD
of trust executed Octobor 80. 1891. by S. O.
Wtmaker and wife to E. A. Walton, trnstoc, to
secure a ccrtulti debt therein nuntioaed, whlcb
deed Is of record In the clerk's office of 'he Cor?
poration Court of Koanokc city Iii c!o."il book 158,
page 821, und by virtue of an order of the said
court Biitv-tltutlng the nncers gned In the place
of the said Walton, trustee, drfanlt having been
made to the payment of the debt upon the terms
of tho said Qtod and being reo.ul.ed *n 10 do by
the beneticlsrv, 1 shall ON THK 19VU DAY OF
OCTOBER, 180), A O 18 O'OLUC'B M? in trout of
the courthouse in tho city of Koanokc, Vu., offer
for sale to tho highest bidder for cash the prop?
erty conveyed In the raid doed of trust, which is
known us the west halt of iot 5, se:tion 15, of the
Lewis addition to hoanoke city, which fronts 35
feet on the south side of Ninth avenue and ex?
tend* back between parallel lines 130 feet to an
alloy, and has on It a comfortable dwelling. The
amount due under the said deed. Including in?
surance paid, is ft,VM.fi .IAS. s. U ROVES,
9-17-tds Substituted Trustee.
BY VIRTUE OF A DB KD OF TRUST, K \ lo?
cated to me, the undersigned trustea, by II.
II. Baughman and Mary E., his wife, and W. Q.
liaughmau and Emma II., his wife, on the 13th
day of July, 1690, recorded In deed book No. 51,
page 1*2, of the clerk's office of the Hustings
Court for tbo city of Koanokc, Va., whereby they
convoyed the hereinafter des rlbed property to
ma to secure tho Roanoke Land and Improve?
ment Company the sum of $350.25, payable in
three equal annual instalments, with interest at
tho rate of six per cent, per annum, payable
annually; nod defnult having been made In tho
pa.- ment of a portion of said sum of $350 35, and
having been requested so to do by the beneficiary
under snid deed of trust. 1 will, "either In person
or by nttoruey," On TUESDAY, THE 1ST DAY
OF OCTOBER, 1S95, AT 12:30 P. 51., in front of
tho courthouse In the city of Roauoko, Va., offer
for salo to the highest bidder, the following
described property, situated in tho city of Roa?
noke, State of Virginia, to-wlt:
Beginning at n point on tho south side of
Spruco street :$:>0 feet east of Wheat Btreet and
corner of lot 14, section II, sold to J. C. Rawn,
theuco with Sprncc street south 73 degrees 19
minutes east 60 ftct to a point, thence south 16
degrees 11 niinntss west 150 feet to a point, thence
north 73 degrees 10 minutes west 50 feet to a
point, thencenorth Iii degrees 11 minutes east 150
feet to the beginning, containing 7,500 square
feet, more or less, and described as lot 15, section
8, on plan of Koanokc Laud and Improvement
Company, August, 189).
TERMS?Cash. (1) As to enough to pay the
costs of executing this trust. Including a trustee's
commission of live per centum. (2) To pay
$178.12, the amount of priuclpul in arrears, with
interest from July 12, lslia, nnd (3) the residue, it
any, to be made payable in two equal instal?
ments at six and twelve months from date of sale,
evidenced by two negotiable notes, bearing In?
terest, and t ecu red by deed of trust upon the
property sold. JOS. I. ROHAN, Trustee.
BY VIRTUE OF A DEED OF TRUST, DATKD
April 19, lb'.K), execute.1 to me a? trustee, by
J. H. Dickinson,recorded in tho clerk's office of
the Hotlines Court for the city of Roanoko, Vu.,
In deed book No. 31, page 27, and also under deed
of trust bearing same date, from the samo party,
to correct above deed, recorded In above named
clerk's ofllco in deed book No. 51, page 187,
whereby the said J. II. Dickie son conveyed the
property horelnatter described to me, the under?
signed trustee, in trust to secure to the Roanoke
Land nnd Improvement Company the payment of
the Bum of $30 I payable in three equal annual in?
stalments of $100 each, with Interest, payable an?
nually, and default having been made In a por?
tion of said sum, and having been requested so to
do by the hencllclary under said deed of trust, I
will, "either in ptrson or by attorney" on TUES?
DAY, TU E FIRST DAY OF OCTOBER, 1895. at
twelve o'clock M.. in front of the courthouse In
the city of Koanokc, State of Virginia, offer for
sale to the highest bidder, tho following de?
scribed property, situated in the city of Roanoke,
Statcof Virginia, bounded and described us fol?
Beginning at a point on tho south side of Pat
ton si reel two hundred and eight-tenths feet east
of Jefferson street, thence along l'utton street
south olgh'y-eight degrees enst tlfty feet to a
point, corner to lot of W. U. Horton, thenoe with
said llorton's line south two degrees west one
hundred and twenty live feet to an alley, thence
with said alley north eighty-eight degrees west
fltty feet to a point, thence north two degrees
cast one hundred and twenty-live feet to the
place of beginning, containiug sixty-two hun
drcd and fifty square feet, mo e or less.
TKKHS?Caan as to enough to pay tho costs of
executing this trust, luelualiig u trustee's com?
mission of live per centum, to pay the amount in
arrears amounting to $200, with interest from
April 12, l.-jl, and the balance. If any, to bo made
pa) able, in Iwooquul Instalments at six aid twelve
months from date Of sslc, evidenced by two
negotiable lntercct-bearlrg notes, secured by a
deed of trust upon the property sold.
9 1 tas JOS. I. DOR AN. Trustee.
BY VIRTUE OF A DEBD OF TRUST, EXE
cnted to me, the undersigned, on tho 21th
day of August, lSSli, recorded In deed book No. 5,
page 372, of tho clerk's office of the Hustings
Court for the city of Roanoke, Va., whereby
Michael Kelly and Theresa Kelly, his wife, to
secure the Roanoke Land and Improvement Com?
pany the payment of the sum of $1,100. conveyed
tbo property hereinafter set forth, said snm pay?
able in 73 S equal monthly instalments of $15
each, with interest at Use rate of six per cent, per
annum, payable on principal monthly: and de?
fault having been made Ii the payment of a por?
tion of the said sum of $1.100, and having been
requested so to do l'v the bcnellclarv under said
deed of trust. 1 will.'ON SATURDAY. THE 31 ST
DAY OF AUGUST, 189*, AT 12:30 P. M., In front
of the conrthouse, in the city of Roanoke, Va.,
offer for sale, to the highest bidder, the following
described property, situated In the city of Koa?
nokc, Va., bounded ami described as follows:
Beginning at a point on the southwest corner
of Gllmer and Lee streets, thence along the latter
south 2 degrees 15 minutes west 50 feet, thenco
north ST degrees 15 mlnntcs west 176 feet to the
road along Lick Run, thence along same north
16 degrees 23 minutes cast 51 4 feet to Oilmcr
street, thence along same south b7 degrees 45
minutes cast 16-1 feet to the place of beginning,
containing s,500 square feet more or less, with a
house thereon, and known aslo .No. 30, ward 4.
TERMS?Cash as to enough to pay the costs of
executing this trust, including a trustee's com?
mission of live per centum; $125.51, the amount
hi arrears, with Interest thereon from the 19th
day of May. 1695, and the bal'nce, it any, to be
made payable in one, two and three years rrom
dato of sale, with Interest thereon at the rate rf
six per cent, per annnm, evidenced by three ne?
gotiable notes, secured by deed of trust npon the
property sold, and bearing interest.
7 31-tdB JOS. I. DORAN, Trustee,
The above sale has been pottponed, by mutual
agreement, until Tuesday, September 10, same
hour and place. JOS. I. DORAN, Trustee.
The above sale has been postponed by mutual
agreement nntM Monday, September S:td, same
hour and place. JOS. I. DORAN, Trustee.
TRUSTEE'S SALB OP LIFE ESTATE IN
city property.?Ry virtue of authority vestod
in me by that certain dcid of trust to me, exe?
cuted by J S. I'< t ry, hearing dato on the 17th day
of August, 1695, and recorded in the oillce of the
clerk of the Hustings Court of the city of Roa?
noke. Va., in deed hook 9s, page 893, I will, on
SATURDAY. TUE 2STII DAY OF SEPTEM
DER, at 12:30 o'clock p. m., on the premises,
proceed to sell for cash, the life estate by the
curtesy In the following rcnlestate, to-wlt:*
1st. House ?nd lot, together with all appurte?
nances thoreto belonging, situated on the north?
east corner of Tazewell and Retry streets
(Franklin road and First street southwest).
2nd. Lot fronting 4s feet on the north side of
Tazewell street > Franklin road) 50 feet west of
Henry (First) street southwest, for further de?
scription of which reference is made to deed
books 14 page 137 and 17 page 280. In such sale
the properties will first be offered separately and
then together and the sale producing the Most
moncv will be adopted.
831-lra. JNO. K. SIMMONS. Trustee.
COMMISSIONERS' SALE?BY VIRTUE OF
a decree entered by the corparatiou court of
the city of Roanoke at the July term, 1895, in the
chancery cause of Dennis, Truitt & Co. vs. Leon?
ard Clark et als, we will soli by public auction to
the highest bidder in front of the- courthouse in
the city of Roanoke, on MONDAY, SEPTEM?
BER SO. 1895, at 12 o'clock m., the property In?
volved in said suit, which constate of a large un?
finished hotel building in Northeast Koanokc on
Commonwealth avenue, beginning at a point ou
the west side of said avenue 148 feet southwest
of Patton Btreet and fronting 70 leet on Common?
wealth avenue, formerly owned by Leonard
TERMS: One-third cash and the balance In
one, two and three years, equal installments, de?
ferred payments to hear interest and to be se?
cured by a deed of trust or, tha property.
L. II. COCKE.
JOHN M. HART,
A. B. HUNT,
A. E KING,
I, S. S. Brooke, clerk of tiie corporation court,
hereby certify that the bond required in the
above case has been executed by L. U. Cocko.
8 38 tds S. 8. BROOKE, Clerk.
IN THE CLERK'S OFFICE OF THE I1UST
lnge Court for the city of Roanoke, on tho Slat
day of August, 1895. Roxle V. Rontt and hus?
band, plaintiffs, against Roanoke Development
Company and als , defendant.
Tho object of thlB suit Is to foreclose the ven?
dor's Hen In favor of complainant. Roxle V.
Routt, ou a certain tract of land situated In Roan?
oke county, near the city of Roanoke and con
talnlnp 273 acre* :) rods and 28 polos. And an
allldavit having been undo and Illed that the de?
fendants, A 0. Denulston aud J. P, voakcll. are
not residents of the State of Vl-glulR. it le
ordered that thoy do appear here, within fifteen
days after due publication hereof, and do what
may be ucceseary to protect their interests In
this suit. And It ts further ordered that a copy
hereof he published once a week for four weeks
in Tub Hoanokk Times and that n copy be
posted at the front door of the courthouse of this
city on tho first day of the next term.
S. S. BROOKE. Clerk.
Pen? & Cocre, p. q. 843 4w
TRUSTEE'S SALE OK VALUABLE KKAL
estate.?By virtue of a certain deed of trust
dated the 22nd day of April. 1889, and of record
in the clerk's ofllco of the corporation conrt tor
the city of Koanoke, Va., in deed book 22 page
819, from W.J. Blair snd Lycurgu? xllalr, Jr., to
the undersigned In trust to secure the Homo
Loan and Building Association the payment of
the debt in said deed mentioned, and default
having been made by said W. J. Blair and Lycnr
gus Blair. Jr., and their assigns in the payment
ot their dues, Interest and fines and the Doard of
directors of said association an requiring, I will
ON MONDAY, THE 80TB. DAY UF SEPTEM?
BER, 1805, AT 12 O'CLOCK noon. In front Of tho
courthouse in Koanoke city, Ya., proceed to sell
at public auction to the hlghost bidder all that
certain parcel of land lying in tho city ot ttoan
oke, Va , aud described as follows, to wit:
Beginning at a point on the north eldc ot
Shctiandoah avenue 725 feet east of Park street,
thence with said avenuo eonth 68 degrees 50
minntcs cast 48,65 feet to a point, thence north
17 degrees 35 minutes cast 101 ill feet to a point
on an alley, thence north 73 degrees i3 minutes
wc?t 84.95 feet to a point, thence south 21 degrees
10 minutes west Hit feet to tho beginning. Being
lot No. 1 ot the Blair survey and being a portion
of tho land conveyed to the said W. J. Blai- and
Lycnrgns Blair Jr., by James B. Simmons by deed
dated the 11th day of April, 18*8, aud ot record in
the clerk's office of the Hustings Court for the
city of Koanoke, Va.
'1 EltMS OF SALE: Cash as to enough to pay
the coste of executlnc thte trust, and to pay the
amount due under tho above mentioned deed of
trust, which Is eight hundred and eighty six
dollars aud clghty-clght certs (J8S6.8S), a-of July
21, is '3._S M. BROP11Y, Trustee.
BY VIRTUE of A DEED of TRUST E.\E
ented to nie, the undersigned trustee, on the
11th day of September, 1890, recorded in deed
book No. 92, page 146, in tho clerk's oltlec of tho
Hustings Court for the city of Foannke. Va., I
whereby V. M. Williams. Jr.. J. b H.rrcll, j. C.
Wallace, Jr., at d C W. C. Woo'.wlnc and Mary
B., bis wife, to secure the Koauoke hand and
Improvement Compa' y the payment of the snm
ot $1,575, payable In three equal annual Instal?
ments, with interest, payublo annually, conveyed
the property hereinafter described, and defa'ull
having becu mado in tho payment ot raid sum,
?with interest, from September 11, 1891, and hav?
ing been requested so to do by the beneficiary
under said deed of trust. I will, either In ucreon
or by attorney, on MONDAY", THE -ami DAY'
OF SBl'l'EMBEB, 1895, at 12 o'clock m., In front
of the courthouse, in the city of Koanoke, Va.,
offer tor sale, to the hieltest bidder, tbe following
described property, situated in tho city of Koan?
oke, State of Virginia, bounded and described us
follows, to wit;
Beginning at ft point on the east side of Spruce
street :H0 feet south of Aldcrson street; thence
north 71 degrees 1 minute east ist; feet to a point
on an alley; theuce along the said alley south 31
degrees east 300 feet to a point, thence eonth HO
degrees west 150 feet to a point on Spruce street,
thence along Spruce street north 21 degrees west
307.9 feet to a point, being an angle of Spruco
street, thenee continuing along bpruca street
north liO degrees 30 minutes west 50.5 feet to tho
point ot beglnntne, coutatnlng 45.S25 square feet,
more or less, and known as lots 6, 7, 8, 0, 10 and
11 section 10 on phm ot Koauoke Laud and Im?
provement Company August, 1890.
TERMS?Cash as to enough to pay tin costs of
executing the above named trust, including a
trustee's commission of live per cent, and to pay
off the above named debt ot $1.575 with lntci est
from September 11. 1981, and tno residue, if any,
shall be made payable In one and two years from
date of -ale, evidenced by negotiable notes hoar
ing Interest and secured bv deed of trust upon
tho Tirourrtv sold. JOS. 1. DOHAN. Trustee.
BV VIRTUE of A DECREE RENDERED
in the Hustings Court for the city of Koan?
oke, at Its nily term, 1895, in the consolidated
chancery cause of Dennis, Trultt & Co., vs. M. C.
Morris et als and R. W. Anderson vs. S. W. Jam- |
ison, trustee et nls, tho undersigned, ?s special <
commissioners appointed by said decree, will
offer for sale at public auction in Ironl of the
courthouse In the city of Koanoke, Va., AT 12
O'CLOCK noon ON SEP l'EMBEK 3.T11, ls95,
to the highest bidder, tho following described
narccls of laud situated in the city of Hoanokc,
First Parcel. Beginning at a point on the north?
east corner ot Roanoke and Elm streets, thence
north 1 degree 30 minutes west 64 feet to a point
on Roanoke street; thence north ?8 degrees 41
minutes cast t!7 toot to a point, thence south 1
degree 30 minutes east 64 feet to Elm street,
thence with aim street eonth 88 degrees 41
minutes west 67 feet to the point of beginning.
2. BcL'Inning at n point on the cunt side of
Roanoke stieet and 64 feet north of the northeast
corner of Koanoke and Elm streets, thence north
88 degrees II minutes oust 07 Teet to n point,
theuce north 1 degree SO inlnntte west |u feet to a
point, thence north s^de::recs,-It intnittet .-?st 79
feet to a point, thence north 1 degree 40 minutes
west 50 feet to an alley,thence ? lib said alloy south
88 degrees 41 miiiutce west MO feet to Koanoke
street, thence with Koanoke street south 1 de?
gree 3J minutes east 60 tec', to the place of begin?
:).'Beginning at a point on the north side c.f
Elm street t;7 tee' east of Koanoke street, thence
I north 1 degree 30 minutes west 74 feet to a point,
thence north 88 degrees 41 minutes east Sil feet
to a point, thence south 1 degree 80 minutes east
74 feet to L hn sireet, thence with Kim street
south 88 degrees 41 minutes west OT feet to the
1 B( ginning at a point rn the north side of
Elm Btr'et 116 fe.M east of Koanoke street, theuce
north 1 degree 30 minutes west 74 feet to a point,
theiir.c north 88 degrees 41 minutes east 25 feet to
a point, theuco south 1 degree 30 minutes east 71
feet to Elm street, thence along samo south 88
degrees 11 minutes west 35 feet to the beginning.
.">. Beginning at a point on the north side of
Kim avenue 121 feet ca?t of Koanoke street,
thence north 1 degree 3d minutes \vest74 feot to a
point, thence north ss degrees 41 mlnntes east 25
feet to a point, theuce south 1 degree an minutes
east 71 feet to Elm st reot, thence south 88 degrees |
41 minutes west 25 feet to the place of beginning.
The above parcels of land will tie sold in the
order in which they are listed above.
TEPMS OF SALE?One-third cash and the re?
mainder to be paid in two equal aoi.n l In?
stalments from date of sale. Saul deferred pay?
ments to bear interest from date ot salo, evi?
denced by negotiable notes of purchaser, to he
secured by retention of title to parcels sold until
the entire purchase price, shall be pad.
W. A. (JLASGOW. JR.,
LVCIAN U. COCK tt,
E. W. ROBERTSON,
WALTER II. SAUNDBBS,
I, S. S. Brooke, clerk of the Hustings Court tor
tho city of Roanoke, Va., do certlly that the
bond In the above styled causes has been exe?
cuted as required by Baid decree, by W. II. Saun
ders and L. 11. Cockc.
3 96-tds s. s. brooke. Clerk.
BY VIRTUE OF A CERTAIN DEED OF
trust, dated the 17th day of October, 1890,
and recorded In tho clerk's otllre of ti c Iliirtings
Court for the city of Roanoke, Vu.. in deed hook
54, pope 160, executed by J. F. I'onnclley to the
undersigned trustee, for tbe purpose of securing
|o R It. Flanagan the payment ot the sum of
11,000, evidenced by two certain Interest-bearing
negotiable notes in the sum of $510 each, exe?
cuted by the Mid J. F Oonncllcy, and peyahlo
one ana two years irom date; and default having
been made in the pay nient of the rule last men?
tioned, und having been requested by th' hohler
thereof so to do. I will, ON TUB 7 111 DAY OF
OCTOBER. 1M*S, in friait of the courthouse of
the cltv of Hoanokc, offer for sale at public auc?
tion, AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON, the following
described parcel of land:
Beginning at a point at the south corner of
Cleveland street and on tbe west side of Spotts
wcod avenue, thenco along Spottswood avenue
north 44 degrees! west 250 feet to a point, thence
north 46 degroe* west 120 feot to an alley, thence
north 41 degrees eaBt 250 feet to Cleveland street,
thence with Cleveland street south 46 degrees
east 120 feet to tho place of beglnnluf. Known
as lots Nos 16.17, IS, 19 end 20, In lection 7, of
the Mountain View addition to the city of Roa
TERMS OK SALE ?Cash as to the sum of $500,
with Interest thereon from the 17th day of Octo
her, 1890, subject to a credit of $40(1. as well as
the costs of sale; aud as to the residue upon a
credit ot one and two years from the date of sale,
with interest from that date, which sutd defei red
payments are to be secured by deed of truat upon
'.he premises to beeonTeyed.
96tds T. R. TANNHR, Trustee.
tn TUB CLERH'8 OFFICE OF THE HU8T
A lngs Court for tho cltyot Roanoke, on tbe 8th
day of August. 1898, McDowell Jt Co., plaintiff,
against W. F. Baker and als., defendant, chan?
The object of this suit is to enforce the
lien ot a Judgment In favor of the plaintiff
against W. F. Baker, and to subject tho real
estate of said Baker tn the city of Koanoke to the
payment of said Judgment, with Interest and
cost, and an affidavit having been made and filed
tbot tho defendants, David Myers, Jr., tlannah
Orlnberg, J.M.Mays. W. M. Fuller and A. M.
Fuller are not residents of the State of Virginia,
it Is ordered that they do appear here, wtthln
fifteen days after due publication hereof, and do
what may he necessary to protect their Interest
in this suit. And it Is further ordered that u
Li ich a i.. NOTitma.
copy hereof be pnhllshed once a week for four
weeks in Tub Roanoke Tines, and lhat a copy
be posted at the front door of the courthouse of
this city on the first day of 'hu noxt torru.
A copy ?1'cete:
S. S. BROOKE, Clerk.
LuHsronn a Astkim, p. q, 8 0
BY VI KT LB OK A DEED OF TKUSiTbXK
rnted to me, the undersigned trustee, on the
25th day of September, 1S90, recorded in deed
nook No. JO, psge 117 of the clerk s ofllcevit the
Hustings Court for the citv of Komoko. Va , by
C. M. Nails, and Willie, his wife. to
secoro the Koauoke Land and Improve
mctvt Company a certain sum of tuonev
therein mentioned, and default having been
made in the Instalments tailing due September
25. 1892, and Se tember 25. 1W13, amounting to
$300. with interest from September 25, lS'Ji, and
having been requested so to do by the beneficiary,
under said deed of trust, I will, e ther In person
or by attorney, UN MONDAY, THE23KDDAY
OF SEPTEMBER. 1895. at 12:39 p m., In front of
the courthouse. In the city of Koauoke, Va., offer
for sale to the highest bidder, the following de?
scribed properly, situated in the city of Koanokc,
Va., bounded and described as follows, to-wlt:
Beginntng at a point on the east side of Calvin
street 432.01 Icot south of east Campbell street
and corner to 'ot sold to E'ler and Dlckerson,
thence north 73 degrees 10 mlnutts east 125 feet
to an alley, thenco with same south 5 degrees 43
minutes east 100 feet to another allev, thence
with the latter alley south 73 degrees 10 minutes
west 125 feet to Calvin street, Pence with same
north 5 degrees 42 minutes west 10J feet to the be
gii ulng, containing 12,500 square feet, more or
less, and known as lots 1 nna 2, section 14, on
plan of property of Koauoke Land and Improve?
ment Company April, 1SS9.
TERMS?Cash as to enough to pay the costs of
executing the above named trust, including a
trustee's commission of lire per centum, and the
above named debt ot $300 with interest from
Sept-mber 91, ISOI, and the residue, It any. shall
be made payable in one and two years tiom date
of sale, evidenced by negotiable notes, bearing
interest and secured bv deed cf truit upon the
property sold. JOS. 1. DuIiAN, Trtutoe.
BY VIKTl'E OP A DEED OF TRUST F.XS
cuted to me. the undersigned trustee, on
the 11th day ot September, 1390 recorded in deed
book No. 4f, pago 14G, In ths clerk's office of the
Hustir-,-? Court lir fie city of Koauoke, Vs.,
whereby F. M. Williams. Jr., J. II. Rarrcll. and
Mary E his wife John O. Wallace. Jr., and C. W.
c. wool wine, a . nary i: his wife, to iccure
the Koauoke . and and Imorovement Com
pony the payment of the sum of $1,312.50, pay?
able in three equal annual instalments, with in?
terest, payable annually, conveyed ilie propeit.'
hereinafter described; "and default having been
made in the payment i f the said sum, with in?
terest from September 11, isol, and having been
requested so to do by the benellciary under said
deed of trnst, 1 will, either in person or by attor?
ney, ON MONDAY, THE SID DAY (>F SEP?
TEMBER, 1695, AT 18:15 O'CLOCK P. M., in
front of the courthouse In the city of Koauoke,
Va? offer for sale to the highest bidder, the fol?
lowing decctlbed property,situated lu the city ot
Roanoke, State ot Virginia, bounded and
described as follows:
Beginning at a point on the southeast corner
of Aide-son and Spruce streets, tbonce along
Alacreon street north 71 degrees 1 minute east
199.8 feet to a point on an alloy, thence alone
s?ld alley south GO degrees 30 minutes cast 121.3
feet to a point, thenco continuing along the said
nlley south 21 degeees east 18.2 feet to a joint,
thence south 71 degrees 1 minute west ige feet to
a point on Spruce stieet, thenco along Spruce
street north GO degrees :i0 minutes weet 340 feet
to tho beginning, containing 51,311 square feet,
more or le-s, and known as lots 1, 2,3, 4 ami 5,
section 10, en plan o. Roauoke Laud and Im?
provement Company, August, 1890.
TERMS?Cash as to enough to pay the costs of
executing tho above trust, including a trustee's
commission of live per centum, and topay off the
above named debt of $1.319.00, with Interest from
Se|itembcr 11. 1891, uud the residue, if any, shall
be made payable in oue and two years from date
of sale, evidenced by negotiable notes bearing in?
terest, and secured by deul of trust ujion the
property sold._JUS. L DU HAN, Trustee.
TRUSTEE'S SALE.?WHEREAS A CERTAIN
deed of trust was executed by Jerry Nicholas,
Maggio II. Nicholas, K. It. Woodward and Leo A.
Woodward, vo Charles II. Renter and Frank /..
Wilcox, trustees, hearing date December 1, 1802,
and recorded in the clerk's olllco of the Hustings
Court to, the city of Koanok?, in deed book 33,
page Ol, to secure the payments, toecifled In a
certain bond executed by the said Jerry Nloho
lus and ndgar K Woodward, of even date with
said deed, tor the piivmcut or tho sum of $100,000,
to the Central City Building and Loan Associa?
tion, ot Syracuse, N. Y., and whereas the said
Reiner ami Wilcox, tlUftcc?, have resigned Bald
IniBt, and the Judge of the 11 listings Court for the
city ot Roanoke did, on tho 80 h day ot March,
lb'-M, appoint the undersigned C. II. Vines as
trustee. In place ot said Reiner and Wilcox, trus?
tees, after legal notice to all parties in iulerest;
and whereas dt fault has been made In tho pay?
ments mentioned In said bond and deed of trust,
nnd having been required so to do I shall, by
virtue of saiil need, proceed to sell at public auc?
tion, to the highest bidder, un TUB lit I'll DAY
OFSKPTICMltF.it. 1805, at 12 o'clock in., on (he
premises, all the property conveyed In j.iid deed,
described as follows, to wit:
Beginning on the BOnthweit CO ner c.r Stiloin
avonne and Commerce street, thence wi h Com?
merce street south - degrees ea*t A9H feet to a
point, thence sontb 83 degrees west 83 feet to a
point, thence north S degrees west 47 feet to
Sulem avenue, thence north 82 degrees east i'.'i
leet to the place of beginning.
Beginning ut u point on the south side of Salem
avenue 95 fiet weit Ot Commerce stieu', thence
south s degrees east 51 feet to u point, thence
eolith 82 degrees west 21 feel to a polut, theuce
rorth 8 degrees west 51 feet to Salem avenue,
thenck with said avenue north s2 degrees east 21
feet to the place of beginning.
Beginning at a point on the west side of Boa
no o street 11.41 rcet north of Centre street,
thence north 75 degrees 5S minutes west 50 re et
to tlio liuc of tho Transparent Ice Company's
property, thence north 9 degrees 12 minutes east
133ii feet to an alley, thenco eastward with said
alley 49.47 feet to Koanoko street, thence with
Roanoke Btrsct south 9 degrees 12 minutes west
123 7 feet to the place of begiuuing. Tue amount
due on said losiu Is $56,648, as of day of sale.
TERMa?Cash. C. 11. VINES, Trustee.
BY VIRTUE OF A DEED OF TRUST Exe?
cuted to me, tho undersigned trusteo, by
R-osIc H. Wright and Geo. II., her husbuud, on
thn 25th day of September. 1890, recorded in need
book 19 page 2S2 in the clerk's otliee or tne Unit?
ing* Court for Roanoke city, Virginia, whereby
they conveyed the hereinafter described property
to me to secure the Ruauoke Land and Improve
ment Company the payment of the sum of $225
payable In three equa'. annual Instalments of $75
each with Interest, payable annually, ami default
having been made in the payment of a portion of
said sum of $225and having been requested so to
do itic beneficiary under snld deed ot tru-t I will,
'?either In person or >y attorney," UN TUESDAY,
THE 1ST DAY OF OUT JBBH, 1895, AT 13:15 l\
M., in front of the conrthou-c In the city ot Kou
noke. Virginia, ofTor for sale to the highest bid?
der the following described propert) situated in
the city of Roanoke, State of Virginia, boundct!
anildf-erlbed us follow.', to wit:
Beginning ot a point on the east side of i 'alvin
?treet 189,6?feet tenth of catl Campbell streu
and c irner to lot sold J. P, Saul, tbence north 73
degrees 10 minutes east 196 feet to an alley,
theuce with tame toil th 5 degrees 42 minutes east
50 feet to a point corner to lot sold Riddle A
Penn, theuce south 73 degree! 10 minutes west
125 feet to Calvin street, thence w':h same north
5 degrees 44 minutes west 50 feet to tho begin
nlrg, containing 11,250 square feet, mi ro or icss,
und known as lot 7, section 14 or. plan of property
(?f Koauoke Land and improvement Company,
east ot Tayloo street, April, 1889.
TERMS:?Cash G) as toenougl. to pay the costs
of executing this trdst. Including a trustee's
commission of fl>e per centum. (2) $150, the
amount In arrears, with Interest thereon from
the 25th September, 1809, and eh the balance. If
any. to be mude payable IntWOfrjual Instalments
at six and twelve ?uonths from duy of sale, evi?
denced by two inter.--: hearing negotiable notes,
secured by a deed of trust upon the property
sold. JOS. I. DOKAN, Trustee.
IN THE CLERK'S OFFICE OF THE HUS
tings Court for the city of Roanoke. on the
15th day of August. HH, Central Laud Company
ot Buchanan, plaintiffs, against Buchanan In?
vestment Company anil als., defendant. In
The object of this sn'.t Is to enforce tho lien of
the deed ot trust in favor or t he complainant, unit
executed by the defendant company upon certain
parcels ot land near Hucbanuu, Va., as well as to
enforce the Hen of its Judgment against same
company for the sura of $3,787.50, with Interest
and costs and to recover from the stockholders
of the defendant company such amounts at may
be due on account of their reeuectlve subscrip?
tions as may be sufficient to pay off and dis?
charge tho Indebtedness dne by the defendant
company to the complainant, as set out In tho
And an affidavit having been made and
filed tnat the defendants. J. j. Kemp,
O. Shumate, John Aukeney, Win. Taylor
Tbom, <ie,i. > L. Atkine, C. P. Harne'.',
Mrs. George Sargent, Luther Miller and F.
R. Rote, are not residents of tho State of Vir?
ginia, It Is ordered that they do appear here,
within fifteen days after due publication hereof,
aud do what may be necessary to protect their
interest in this salt. And It is further ordered
that a copy hereof be published once a week for
four weeks In Tur. Roanoke Times, and that a
copy bo posted at the trout door of the courthouse
Of this city on the first day of the next term.
A i OPTt?Teste.
s 1? S. S. BltooKK, Clerk.
Pr?m * Co? kB, i .
QnirrtM * GiiAtoow, \ ??
TRUSTEE'S SAL E?WH K EI:AS, A CEP TAIN
deed ot trust was executed by Mrs. Elisabeth
C Dlgges formerly Kllzaboth O. McAbee; aad
Allen I' Digge*. tier husband, to George .1. feet,
trustee, bearing date the Und day of November,
15v.'. and recorded In the clerk's office ot tho
Hustings Court for the city of itoanoke, Vu , In
deed book St. page US, to secure the performance
o certain conditions and payments specified in a
certain Iwnd executed by the said Elizabeth C.
Dlgges, with even date with said deed, for the
pay ment ot one thousand dollars (Sl.OuO.fO) to tho
National Mutual Building and Loan Association
ot New York, in accordance with their arthWof
association; and whereas the said George : :*eet
has resinned the said trust, and the judteot the
Ilnstints Conrt tor tho city of Itoanoke, Vj, at
the September term, dtd appoint.Funlna McGebeo
in tho place and stead of George J. I'cct, trnatee.
after legal notice, as provided by statute, to all
lite parties In Interest: and whereas, default has
been made in the pavments and conditions men?
tioned iu said bond and deed ot trust for more
than three months, and after having been re?
quired so todo by the beneficiary, the National
Mutual building and Loan Association, ot New
\ ot k. 1 shall, by virtue of said deed and pursuant
to the terms thereof, proceed to sell at public
auction, to the highest bidder, ON TUB ITH
DAY OK OCTOBfiK, 1805, AT-2 O'CLOCK P. M.,
on the premises, all the propertv conveyed in
said deed. ?Ith the Improvements thereoQ, a?
beginning at a point on the southshl > of
Charles street three hundred and twenr.y-?vo
18*51 feet east of Urove street and running t'ieuoe
acoutberly direction one hundred and thirty Lit,)
feet to an alley, thence an easterly direction
thir.y seven and one-halt (:17,S> feet to a poluf on
same, thence a northerly direction one nu:: tr-d
aud thirty (190) feet to Charles street, thr: ce u a
westerly direction thirty-seven and one-half
feet to tho place of beginning, and known i
parts ot lots No. Seven (~? and eight (S) ::t lec
tion eight (">, as shown on the map ot the L - wis
nddition of Itoanoke. Va.
TEHMs? Cash sufficient to pay all costs < ' ex?
ecuting this trust, including a commission I
trustee, aud to pay oiT the said Cond with arrear?
ages due thereon, amounting In the aggregal ? to
$1,051 IS, as o; October 4. 1805, and the balau -. it
any, in one aud two equal annual Instalment?. I B?
tn twelve and twenty-tour months, with lnt ? est
thereon from date, the purchaser executing ne?
gotiable notes tor the deferred payments, an 1 -o
cured by deed ot trust on the property sold.
? l-'.ds JUNIUa McGEUEB, Tru^ ee.
I>Y V1HTCE OP A DEED OK TRUST 2XE
> cuteil by Mary A. McCrossiu aud husband on
the Silth day of August, 1891, and du'.v re?
corded on page :S1 in need book No. 67 of the
Hustings Court records for the cltv of Roau
oke conveying to Ucorge J. l'eet Tr.. and his
successors certain real estate therein doscrlhed
in trust to secure to the National Mutual Bind?
ing aud Loan Association of New York certain
[payments ot monov provided to be made nader
the terms of the said trust, which pavmenta now
stand In default and said association having as?
signed for value its entire Interest In said debt
and the undersigned having been by order ot
court duly substituted for (,eo. J. Pect, tra.it?>e.
by consent of the parties at interest. therefoc-e.on
request of T. K. Stearues present heneticiarr of
said trust I will on SATU JtOAY. TUE 31ST DAY
OF SEPTEMBER, 1895, at 13 o'clock noon, offer
for sale on the premises, at public outcry, to the
highest bidder for cash, all or that certain la', or
parcel of land, with all tho improvements thersoo,
situated at No 515 Oilmer (or Fourth) avenu; n o.,
in the cityot Koanoke, and State ot Virginia, aud
bounded and described as follows, to-wit: ??Be?
ginning at a point on the southerly side or ??il?
mer street, distant 150 feot easterly from the
southeasterly corner of Gllmcr street and Wood
street, and runnlnc thence along Uilmer s'.raet,
sonth 87? 15'. east 50feel, thencesonth 3-15', west
UK) feet, thence north So' 45', west 50 feet, tu;nee
north 3 ' i.V. east 100 feet to Gllmcr street, the
place of beginning. Amount due npou said le 1
as of August 5. 1S95, Is $1333.13 and costs it rais
6 31 tds ARTHUR N. DEHK, Trus' se.
pY VIRTUE OF A DEED OF TRUST 3X
13 edited on the 9th day of .1 It tie, 1 MrJ, and re?
corded on jpngo 373, In deed book No. 74, ot the
Hustings Court records for the city of HoanokC,
in which Win. 1'. llufT conveyed to W. P. U de,
trustee, certain real estate therein described. In
trust to secure to the Southern Mutual llultdoi j
and Loan Association of Atlanta. lla? the renn ?
ment of a loan of $l,0j0, according to the condi?
tions of a certain bond of even date with the aald
deed, and the said Hale having resigned the mid
trust, and,the undersigned trustee having b-cn
duly nibstituted by order of court to execute the
aald trust in the place und stead ot tbo said 11 < e,
alter due notice to the parlies at tutetest, t'i-ri!
fore, as the said obligation now stands In de
fault, on request of the beneficiary. I will, ON
TUE 19TU DAY OF OCTOHBK, 1805, at t3
o'olock ncou, on the premises, offer for sab? a:
public outcry, to the highest bidder, all ot tbat
certain parcel of land, together with all Improve?
ments tboreon, situated in the city of Koanoko
and State of Virginia, and bounded aud dc^crlb^d
as follows, to-wlt:
Beginning at the northwest corner of Ta?e |
and Tay loo street-, thence with Ta/.ewcll stre !
westerly forty-four and tlx-tenths (416) fool to
a point on s ime, thence northerly one hun lr*.l
anil thlrtv (ISO) fee?t to an Slley, thence with Mid
alley easterly tour (4) feet to a point on same,
thence southerly eighty feet to a point four oi
reel ea-t ot the western boundary line Of this lot,
thence easterly twenty-two (33) feet, wore or less,
to Tayloe street, thence with Tayiou Street
southerly dfty (50) feet to Taaewell -trcet, ttu
place of beginning, and known as part ot lot N.i.
?. section No. 7. of the Bdgewood addition.
TERMS?Cash sufficient to pay tlte costs at
this sale and the debt due -aid associati in.
amounting to (1,390.90, u~ of the?rstdafo
August. tstis, ami the balance, if any. payable In
one und two \eui- with approved security for de?
terred payments. ARTHUR N. DKKK
IN THE CLERK'S OFFICE OF THE H'Js:
ings Court for the city of Koanoke on tLe K '.
day of August, 1105, JOS. 1. Doran, p!ai it I
against Leonard Clark and als., defendant.
The object of this suit is to enforce the ten
of a deed of trust executed by I.eouard Clark tc
Jos. 1. Doran, trustee, on the 15th ot September.
ISiHi, conveying lots 366,31.!', .'130 and293, ward 4, of
the map of Koanoke Land aud improvement
C'ompunv to secure said Koanoke Land and Im?
provement Company the sum of $'.HH) and also to
ascertain the priorities of other Hens against <<*Jii
property. And an affidavit having been male
and ttled that diligence has been used on be': dl
ot the plaintiff to atccrtain In what cou:it7 or
corporation ttie following defendants are without
etfect, viz. Albert Hasklns, Douglas Wi!so:t,
[aase Ureeolee, W. W Ktncatd B. P. Thorn'.
Mrs. S. V. Stephen-son. Robert Edward* Mil ?T.
K Harbour, it is ordered that they do appear
here within ftfleon days after due publication
hereof, anil do \\ hat may be necessary to pro'.ec:
their interest in this mit. Aud it le HirHier or?
dered that a ropy hereof be published once a
week tor four weeks in Tin: RoaXOKE 1':m - i
and that u copy be poeled at tho front door o'. tho
conr .house ot this city on the tlrst day o! the
next term. A copy?Teste;
S S, BROOKE, Cl?
Waits, ROBERTSON & ROHEBTSON, p. i|
TRUSTEE'S SAhi: WHEREAS, A iliK
talu deed of trust was executed by Adeline
Brooks to George J, I'eets, trustee, bearing date
ISth March, lSiu, ?nd recorded In the olerk'*
office or the Hustings Court for the city of Koa?
noke, \ i , in deed book 75, page33, tO secure,
the peitormaio f ot certain conditions and pay
menta specified In a certain bond executed by
said Adeline Bro <ks with even date with jald
died for tin'payment or thirteen hundred d >?
lars (j 1.31 .oi to the National Mutual Building
and Loan Association ot New YorK. in ace r i
ancc with their article* ot association, andwrier ?
as, the said Geo. J. l'eet has resigned the
'rust, and the judge ot the Hustings Court ;o:
the riu of Rounoke. Va.,at the September trrrit,
1805, did appoint Jnnlus M cOebee in the place
and stead of George J. l'eet, trustee, after lega
notice, as provided by statute, to all the pa".te*
in interest; and whereas default having fxsa
made In the payments and omlltlous mentions 1
In said bond and deed ot trust for more tr*?r.
three months, anil after having been required so
to do by tno beneSeiary, the National Mut U
Building and Leian Association of New York. I
shall bv virtue of said deed and purauaut to tae
terms thereof, preceed to sell at public auct.on
to the highest bidder ON Til K 4TH DAY O?
OCTOBER. IS'X., AT I O'CLOCK P. M? on the
premises, all the property conveyed In said u-vc:
with the improvement* thereon bonuded and ie
scribed as follows, to-wlt:
Beginning at a point on the west side of S.-ccad
streets, e. (formerly Randolph street) twenty
live (36) feet uorth of Fourth avenue s. e. i'o:
merly Robertson streot) aud running ttea-.s
north 8S degrees west one hundred (.1001 fee*, to x
point, thence uorih 3 degrees eaa:
twenty live t<5) feet to a point, thence
south !<S degrees east oue hundred (100)
feet to Second street s. e., tnetice south
3 degrees west twenty-live (35) fret to the place
ot beginning, being the north half ot lot two
bundled and one f.Vl) ward Five (5) as show.-. OB
the map ot the Roanoae Land and lmprovemea:
TERMS?Cash sufficient to pay all cotts o. ri
ccutlug this trust, including a commission to ti;
trnst-e. and to pay olT said bond with arrearit?
due thereen, amounting in the aggregate to
51,036.05, as Ot October 4, 1895, and the balance,
it any, In ono and two equal annual instalment,
due In twelve and twenty-four mouths, wltH ?:.
terest thereon from dato, the purchaser exec :
ing negotiable notes for tho deferreei paymen t,
and secured hydred of tr-.:?? on tho property so' ???
U i tds JUMUS MrOEHKE. Trn>:ie