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HE JUST STANDS STILL.
That la KM HnHlnrxf, ami Ilo Blftkei Ftin
Fot tho Crowd.
Any man can hnvo lots of fun in this
world, if ho only know- how tu start out
for it. No hard work is necessary. This
is proved by the fiict that tho man who
probably furnishes moro fun for himself
Mid other folks than tiny single individ?
ual on or oil the stage doesn't do a sin?
gle tiling but stand still.
Probably overy man, woman and child
in Chicago has seen standing in front of
a big business house at tho corner of
Clark and Madison streets a tall, well
built colored man, wearing a bottlo
green coachman's livery, white hclmot
and white gloves. HisuainoisAlphouso
Costollo. lie was formerly a member of
tiio city police force and has been a pri?
vate detective and a constable. His duty
now is really only to attract attention
to the house where he is employed and
to act as ushei to patrons who como in
Somo men would get mighty tired
and lonesome with nothing to do but
Stand in front of a big store all day, but
ho doesn't. Whenever timehaiigshoavi
ly on his bands ami he feels the need of
recreation, he strike- a statuesque posi?
tion and fixes his eye on the advertise?
ment of u "sure death to cockroaches"
sign across the street.
The attitude never fails to attract tho
'attention of passorsby. As soon as one
person stops satisfy himself whether
"it" is a statue or a real, live man the
fnnbegius. Kvorybodj*olso stops to look
too. Tho comments of the crowd inako
no impression on the llguro standing bo
foro it Then the more inquisitive?and.
that doesn't bar the gentler sex?begin
poking with parasols or their lingers
"to seo if the thing will move."
Alphouso catches his breath and an?
other crowd. Ho repeats tho trick may?
be 20 times a day, and it always works
to his satisfaction and that of the clerks
inside.?Chicago Inter Ocean.
A TRUE HERO.
'i i' n i; i; 11 h Complete Physical Wreck, u Chi?
cago 11.111 I.lVOH F?r OtlllTH.
Eighteen years a physical wreck, laid
upon his back, with the principal joints
of tho body as rigid its iron, and yet
' with u brain as bright and active and
useful as many of tho most active men
of Chicago, describes tho condition of
ono whom wo often see as wo pass his
office window. He is a lawyer and has
quite a good paying business, although
to seo him you would wonder how he
could hold a pen. He is the editor of a
paper called Tho (.'ripples' Friend,which
is bright and cheery. Ho is tho head of
a society for the relief of tho needy, but
especially cripples, by raising funds for
them and getting suitable employment
and places of usefulness suited to each
case, lie is al.-o attorney lor somo .soci?
ety that seeks the enforcement of law
and Iho protection of innocent peoplo
from imposition, and ho is ready to as?
sist the churches in their work anil do
good in all directions.
This man is an example of what it
Christian can do under difficulties by
tbe grace of God. Many would say that
they could do nothing, but depend on
others to ho fed and cared for as babes.
But not so with this man. lie not only
maintains himself, hut makes himself a
blessing all around. With no hope of
ever rising from hi.-- cot. except as lifted
by other bauds, he patiently works and
waits f ir the coming of his Lord. How
many there tiro who, with slroug,
healthy bodies, use their powers only to
drown their souls in destruction and
perdition !?Christian Instructor.
The Motionless Tiger.
Now and then a soldier has been
found kneeling on the battlefield as if
about to take aim at tho enemy, but
Stouo dead. A bullet in tho brain had
converted him into a statue of himself.
Captain Forsyth, in his "Highland of
Central India," tolls of :i similar effect
produced by an explosive shell on a
Tho captain, while in tho howdah of
his trained olophant hunting a tiger,
saw tho beast crouching under a bush
ou the bank of a ravine. Hogotasteady
shot and fired a three ounce shell at tho
tiger's broad forehead.
To his surprise, for tho distuueo was
but SO yards, there was no result. Not
a motion of the tiger acknowledged the
Ho rode round a quarter of tho circlo,
but still the tiger remained motionless,
but looking intently in tho same direc?
tion. Growing more and moro amazed,
tho captain rode nearer, with his riflo
on full cock, hut tho tiger did hot move.
Then lie caused tho olophant to kick tho
beast. Tho tiger fell over. He was stono
dead. Tho shell had struck him full in
tho center of the forehead, burst in his
hiain and killed him instantly.
Servants Who Will Not Tuko Tips.
Tho servants in a well ordered Japa?
nese household are the most deferential
boings alive. Every timo they bring you
a cup of tea or como toremovo a dish at
dinner or bronkfast, they will kneel
and bow nntil their foreheads touch tho
floor. Nor will any of them accept a
foe. Tho other night, as wo loft tho
residonco of tho Japaueso gentleman
whero wo had been taking dinner, ono
of his servants piloted us through tho
gronnds to the gate, whero our carriage
was wailing, ami I attempted to give
him a small coin. When I offered it, ho
clasped his hands together and made a
very low bow, keeping his head down
until the carriage started.?Chicago
i Record. _
No Heaven For tl>o Unmarried'.
An unmarried man or woman of mar?
riageable age is something that is rarely
seen in the Fiji islands. The reason of
this is not far to seek. The natives be?
hove that if a person dies while in an
unmarried state his or her soul is
doomed to wander about through end?
less ages of eternity in an intermediate
region between heaven and hades. At
tho end of each moon they are allowed
to look into heaven, hut are never per
1 mitted to enter.?.St. Louis Republic.
Tlio T%?aL-lihi,in of Adversity.
Tho Bitter One?I toll yon, u man
changes his mind about his friends and
"How so, old man:"
"His euoinios stop hitting Lim when
ho's down, but it's then that his friends
Miaut Coal Him Off.
Arriving Missionary?I gather from
your cordial manner that I shall meet
?with a warm rocoptiou from your king.
Fiji Islander?Not necessarily. Ab
this heated season of the year ho is
rather fond of cold roast, with a salad.
Arc you taking Simmons Liver reg?
ulator, the "Kino or Liver Medi?
cines?" That is what cur readers
want, and nothing but that. It is tho
same old friend to which the old folks
pinned their faith and were never dis?
appointed. Hut another good recom?
mendation for iL i.i, that i; i ?? DETTER
than pill3, never grijies, n< vor weak?
ens, bin; works k-. nach an eaoy and
natural way, juat like nature itself, that
relief comes quick and sore, and < tie
fools new ail over. It never fails.
Everybody noedo take n liver remedy,
and ovcryono chould tako only Eirn
mono Liver llegulst r.
I3u save yow fret li. Tito Retl '/.
is on tlte wrnpi??:*. J. 12. Zeith: ii
LT? OAL NOTICES.
TRUSTEE'S BALK?BT VIRTUE OF A CER
tain deed of trust, dated tho lat day of Jan
uury, J504, and recorded In the clerk's office or
the uusttags Court for the city of Kcanoko, in
deed heok Si, page S'.'li, from the Exchange Dulld
log and Investment Company to the undersigned
trustee, executed for the purpose of securing A.
M. and W. M. Fuller the snm of twenty-live hun?
dred dollars ($2,800.00), with interest thereon at
tho rate of (i per cent, per annum; ilefuult having
Veen made In ihc payment ot the taxe s npon said
ptoperty for the year 1884, and default having
b?en made also In the payment of the scnip
annual instilments of interest due upon said
loan mi the 1st day of .July, ltil)5, and having been
ri i|iiired so to do by the lienifleinry In said deed
and In accordance with the terms t>f the same,
providing that, in event of default being made
lu llie pay mcnt ot any of said se mi-iiMitial In?
stalment! or interest or In the pay mcnt - of til si -
upon said property, the entire debt shall mature,
tbe undersigned will. In front of the courthouse
of the city of Roanoke. Va.. offer for sale at pub?
lic unction, AT 1? O'CLOCK NtON, ON THE
KiTII DAY OF OCTOBER. 1s95, the following
described parcels of land, situated in the city of
ileglnnlng at a point on the routhslde of
Robertson street 175 feet east of Jefferson sticct,
thence south b? degrees-15 minutes, east !u feet
along Robertson street, tlicnc south 2 degrees
IK minutes west 500 feet to a polst, thence north
ST dee re es '15 minutes west 50 fret to n point,
thence north 2 degrees 15 minutes cast to the
place ot beginning, known as lotsNos. 222 and 221,
in ward 5, according to the map of the lands of
the Roanoke Land and Improvement Company.
TERMS OF SALE?Cash as to tho costs as
well as the sum of twenty -live hundred dollars
($2,510), with Interest tbereon from the 1st day of
January, 1896, and also the taxes that may be due
upon said property, and as to the residue upon a
credit of one and two years from the day of sale,
with Interest tbereon from that day, wbtch said
deferred pa? ments shall be evidenced by the notes
of the purchasers and eccuied by a deed of trust
upon the pre mises sold.
!>14-tds S. W. JAMISON, Trustee.
. uUmTEE'K SALB.?BT VIRTUE OF A CBR
' ttiin deeil or Irnst dated the 3rd duv of M.-.y,
lS'.tf. and recorded in the clerk's oil!re of the
Rasttags Court for the city ot Roanoke in di ed
book 67, page 199, from T. O. Bickers andT. A.
Pickers, Iiis wife, to the undersigned trustee exe?
cuted for the purpose of securing Aim M. Payne
the sum of four tbut.sand dollars (f l,U0(>) with in
tTCst thereon ?t a rule of ti per cent, per annum;
default'having teen made In the payment ot the
taxes upon said property for the years 1803 and
ISO-!; and default having been made also in the
payments Of the semi-annual Instalments of in?
terest due upon said loan, on the 3rd da.> ol Nov?
ember, 1894, and the 3rd day of May, 1605, and
having been required so to do by the beneficiary
in said deed and in accordonrc wit h the terms ot
tlie same, providing that in event of default be?
ing made In the payment Of any of said semi
annual instalments of inter; st, or in the payments
of the taxes upon said property the entire debt
shall mature, the undersigned will, in front of
the courthouse of the city of Roanoke, Va., offer
for sale at public auction AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON
ON THE WTU DAY OF OCTORKR, 1895. the
following described parcel of land situated in the
eily of Roanoke, Va.:
Beginning at a point cn the north side of Elm
street 324.5 feet west of Henry street,thence with
Elm street sonth 83 degrees 30 minutes west 50
feet to a point, thence north 30 degrees west 149
feet to an alley, thence with same north 8S de?
grees 30 minutes east 50 feet to a point, thence
south 30degrees cast 149 feet to the place of be?
TERMS OF SALE?Cash as to tho costs of
sale as well as the snm of four thousard dollars
(f4,G00), with interest thereon f roinjthe 3rd day of
May, leS't, and also the taxes that may be due
npon said property, and as to tho residue upon a
credit of one and two years from the day of sale
with Interest thereon trom that day, which said
deferred payments shall be evidenced by the
notes of the purchaser and secured by a deed of
trust npon the premises sold.
!i 14 tds S. W. JAMISON, Trustee.
IN THE OLE UK'S OFFICE OF THE CIRCUIT
t ourt for the city of Roanoke on tho 12th day
of September, 18H5. I). F. Whitlock. plaintiff,
against Catherine Johnson, defendant. Debt.
'I lie object of this enlt is to recover from the dc
fendem the snm of f 100 due by ten negotiable
notes fit) each with interest and co-ts and to at?
tach the effects of s?ld defendant in the city of
Roanoke and sell samo to satisfy plaintiff's claim.
And an allidavit having been made and fllod that
the defendant, Catherine Johnson, is not a resi?
dent of the State of Virginia it Is ordered that
she do appear witnin fifteen days after due pub?
lication hereof and do what may be necessary to
protect her Interest In this suit. And It is further
ordered that a copy hereof be puhliahed once a
week for four weeks In Tus: ROANOKI Daily
Times and that a copy be posted at the front
door of the courthonse ot this city on the first
day of the next week. A copv--Teste:
S.S. RltOOKK, Clerk.
R. RASnoi.ni linns, p.q. '.??13-tw
TRUSTEE'S SALB?BY VIRTUEOF A DEED
of trust executed October 80. 1SK1, by S. 0.
Wh'taker mid wife to K. A. Wulton, trustee, to
secure a certain debt therein mentioned, which
deed 1? of record In the e'erk's oDlce < f tlie Cor?
poration Coattot Roauoke city in detd book t>8,
l?an? 894, and by virtue of tin order or the said i
court buh-tltutluir the nnders'gnod in the place
of the said Walton, trustee, default having oeen
made lu the pajmcntof tlie debt upon the terms
of tt e said ueed and being required so to do by
the beneSclary, 1 shall ON TUB MTU DAY OF
?CI OtJBR, 180J, A C 12 O'CLOCK M., In front of
the courthouse tu the city or Hoanoke, Va., offer
for Kale to the highest bidder for cash the prop?
erty conveyed in the raid deed of trust, which is
knowu as the west half of lot 5, section lf>, of the
Lewis addition to Hoanoke city, which fronts 25
feet ou ihr south side of Ninth avenue and ex?
tends back between parallel lines 130 feet to an
alley, and has on it e comfortable dwelling. The
amount due under the said deed. Including In?
surance paid, is 11,499.52 JAS. S. OHOVES,
0-17-tds Substituted Trustee.
BT VIRTUE OF A DBBD OF TRUST, EXE
cutcd to me, the undersigned trustee, by 11.
II. Baughman and Mary E., Sis wife, and \\ . O,
llaiighmun and Emma H.. his wife, on the 12th
day of July, lS'.K), recorded In deed book No. SI,
page 142, of the clerk's ofQce of the Hustings
Court for the city of itoanokc, Va., whereby they
conveyed the hereinafter desribed property to
me to secure the Hoanoke Land and improve?
ment Company the sum of $350.25, payable lu
three equal annual instalments, witb interest at
the rate of six per cent, per annum, payanle
annually; and default having been made in the
payment of a portion of said sum of f 350 35, and
having been requested so to do by tlie beneficiary
under said deed of trust. I will, "cither in person
or by attorney,*1 On TUESDAY, THE 1ST DAY
OF OCTOBER, 189G, AT 12:30 P. M., In front of
the courthouso in the city of Hoanoke, Va., offer
for sulo to the highest bidder, tho following
described property, situated in the city of Hoa?
noke, state of Virginia, to-wit:
Beginning at a pom; ou the south side of
Spruce street 350 feet eart of Wheat street and
corner of lot 1-t, section fl, sold to J. C. Rawn,
thence with Spruce street south 73 degrees I!)
minutes east 50 fret to a point, thence south 10
degrees 11 mlnntfswest 15<> leet to n point, thence
north 73 degrees 49 minutes west 50 feet to a
point, thence north 10 degrees It minutes east ISO
feet to the beginning, containing 7,500 square
feet, more or le^s, and described afl lot 15, section
0, on plan of Rosnoke Li-.ud and Improvement
Company, August, 1890,
TERMS?Cash. (1) As to enough to pay tho
costs of executing this trust. Including, a trustee's
commission of live per centum. (2) To pay
$178.12, the amount of principal in arrears, with
interc-i from July 12, li-:?2, and (S) the residue, if
any, to bo made payable in two equal Instal?
ments at six and twolve mouths from date of sale,
evidenced by two negotiable notes, bearing In?
terest, and fccured by deed of trust upon the
proocrty sold. JOS. I. DOHAN, Trustee.
BY VIRTUE OF A DBBD OP TRUST, DATED
April 12, lt-'.M), executed to me as trustee, by
J. 11. Dickinson, recorded in the clerk's ofllcc of
the Hustings Court for the city of Hoanoke, Va.,
in deed hook No. 31, pure 27, and also under deed
of trust bearing same date, from the same party,
to correct above deed, recorded In above named
clerk's office in deed book No. 51, page 137,
whereby the said J. U. Dickinson conveyed the
property hereinafter described to me, the under?
signed trustee, in trnst to secure to the Hoanoke
Land nnd Iniprovenent Company the payment or
the sum of $301 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 haying been requested so to
do by tlie beneficiary under said deed of trust, I
will, "either lu person or by atterncy" on TUBS
DAY, TUE FIRST DAY OF OCTOBER, 1893, at
twelve o'clock M.. In front of the courthouse In
the city or Hoanoke, State of Virginia, offer fc r
sale to the highest bidder, the following de?
scribed property, situated in the city of Hoanoke,
State of Virginia, hounded and described as fol?
Beginning at u point on the south side of Pat
ton sticct two hundred and eight-tenths feet east
or .lelTerson street, thence along l'attou street
south eigh'y-eiglit decrees, east lifty feet to a
point, corner to lot of W. 11. Horton, thenoe with
said Horton'- line south two degrees west one
hundred and twenty live feet to an alley, thence
with said alley north eighty-eight degrees west
fifty feet to a point, thence north two degrees
cast one hundred and twenty-live feet to the
place or beginning, routalnlug sixty two huu
drcd and lifty square feet, mo e or less.
TERMS?Caan as to enough to pay the costs of
executing this trust. Including n trustee's com?
mission of live per centum, to pay the amount in
arrears amounting to $2i*>, with iuterest from
April 12, IStll, and the balance. If any. to lie made
puvablc- In two equal instalments at six ai d twelve
months from date of ssle, evidenced by two
negotiable Interest-bearing notes, secured by a
deed of trust upon the property sold,
'.titos Jos. I. DORaN, Trustee.
BY VI HTt'E OF A DEED OF TRU8T, EXE
cnted to me, tlie undersigned, on the 21th
day of August, 1880, recorded lu deed hook No. 5,
page 373, of the oleik's otllce of the Hustings
Court for the city of Hoanoke, Va., whereby
Michael Kelly and Theresa Kelly, his wife, to
secure the Hoanoke Lund and Improvement Com?
pany the payment of the sum of 81,100, conveyed
tho property hereinafter set forth, said sum pay?
able in 73)j equal monthly instalments of $15
each, with Interest at the rate of six per cent, por
annnm, payable on principal monthly; and de?
fault having been made iL the paymeut of a por?
tion of the raid sum of $1.100, and having been
requested ?'O to do l'v the benetlciarv under satd
dee.I of trust, I will, ON SATURDAY. THB SlbT
DAY OF At GUST, 1S95, AT 12:30 I?. M., In front
of tho courthouse. In the city of Hoanoke, Va.,
Offer for sale, to the hiebest bidder, the following
described property, situated 'n the city of Hoa?
noke, Va., bounded and described as follows:
Beginning at a point on the southwest corner
Ol Oilmer and Leestreets, thence along the latter
south 2 degrees 15 minutes west 50 teet, thence
north s7 degrees 45 minnles west 176 feet to the
road along l.ick Run, thence along same north
IB degrees 23 minutes east 51 4 feet to Oilmer
street, thence along same south 87 degrees 45
mtnntes east 184 feet to the place of beginning,
containing s,5008quare feel more or less, with a
house thereon, and known aslo.No. 80, 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
in arrears, with interest thereon from the It it li
day of May. 1696, and the bal-nce, it any, to be
made payable in one, two and three years from
date of sale, with Interest thereon at the rate cr
six per cent, per annum, evidenced by three ne?
gotiable notes, seenred by deed of trust upon the
property sold, and bearing Interest.
7 31-tds JOS. 1. DOHAN, Trustee,
Tlie above sale has been poetponed, by mutual
agreement, until Tuesday, September 10, same
hour and place. JOS. I. DOHAN, Trustee.
The above sale has been postponed by mutual
Agreement until Monday, September 23d, same
hour and place. JOS. I. DOHAN. Trustee.
TRUSTBB'S SALE OF LIFE ESTATE IN
city property.?Hy virtue of authority vested
in me by that certain dei d of trust to me, exe?
cuted by J S. Perry, bearing date on the 17th day
of August, 1895, and recorded in the ollice of the
clerk of the Hustings Court of tlie city of Hoa?
noke. Va., in deed book 98, page 393,1 will, on
SATURDAY, THE 98TI1 DAY OF SEPTEM?
BER, at 12:30 o'clock p. in., ou the premises,
proceed to sell for cash, the life estate hy the
Cllltcsy In the foiiowlu t real estate, to-wit:
1st. "House and lot, together with all appurte?
nances thereto belonging, situated ou the north?
east corner of Ta/.ewell and Hci.ry streets
(Franklin road and First street southwest).
9nd. Lot fronting 4S feet on the north side of
Taxewell street (Franklin road) 50 feet west of
Hcury (First) street southwest, for further de?
scription of which reference is made to deed
books 11 page 137 and 17 page 230. In such sale
the properties will first be offered separately and
then together and the sale producing the most
moncv will be adopted.
8 31-lra. JNO. K. SIMMONS. Trustee.
COMMISSIONERS' SALE?UY VIRTUE OF
a decree entered by the corparation court of
the cltv of Hoanoke at the July term, 1895, In the
chancery cause of Dennis, Trnitt Jt; Co. vs. Leon?
ard Clark et als, we will sell hy public auction to
the highest bidder in front of the courthouse in
the city of Roanoke. on MONDAY, SEPTEM?
BER SO, le95. at 12 o'clock m., the property in?
volved in said snit, which consists of a large un?
finished hotel building in Northeast Hoanoke on
Commonwealth avenue, beginning at a point on
the west sldo of said avenue 148 feet southwest
of Fatton street 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 bear interest and to he so
cured by a deed of trust on tho property.
L. II. COCKE.
JOHN M. HART,
A. B. HUNT,
A. E KINO.
I. S. S. Brooke, clerk of tlie corporation court,
hereby certify that the bond required in the
above case has been execnted hy L. II. Cocke.
8 2S tds S. S. BROOKE, Clerk.
IN THE CLERK'S OFFICE OF THB DUST
ings Court for the dty of Hoanoke, on tho 21st
day of Angnst, IS'.iV Hoxlo V. Houtt ami bus
band, plaintiffs, against Hoanoke Development
Company and als , defendant.
The object of this suit is to foreclose the ven?
dor's lien In favor of complainant, Roxln V.
Houtt, ou a eerlaiu tract of land 'Ituated In Hoan?
oke county, near the city of Hoanoke and con
tatnlnv 272 acres 3 roils ar.d 28 poles. Anil nn
affidavit having been in ?de and tiled that the de
rondants, A c. Dcnnlston and J. 1'. Ycukcll, are
not residents of the State of Virginia, it Is
ordered that they do appear here, within fifteen
days afler due publication hereof, and do what
may be necessary to protect their interests In
this suit. And it Is further ordered that a copy
hereof he published once a week for four weeks
In Tut: Roanokb Times and that a copy be
posted at the front door of the conrthousc of this
city on the first day of the next term.
S. s. BROOKE, Clerk.
Pskh & Cocks, p. q. S22lw
TRUSTBE'S SALE OK VALUABLE REAL
estate.?By virtue of a certain deed of trust
dated the 22nd dav of April, 1889? and of record
in the clerk's cdllco of :be corporation court for
the city of Roanoke, Va.. in deed book 22 page
8111, from W.J. Blair snd Lycurgus illalr, .lr , to
the undersigned In trust to sccuie the Home
Loan and Building Association the payment of
the debt in said deed mentioned, and default
having been made by said W. J. Blair and Lycur?
gus Blair..Ir., and their assigns In tho payment
of their duts, interest and fines and the board of
directors of said a?soclatlon so requiring, I will
ON MONDAY, TUB 80TU DAY OF SEPTEM?
BER, 1S?3. AT 12 O'CLOCK noon, in front of the
court house In Roanoke city, Va.. proceed to sell
at public auction to the highest bidder all that
certain parcel of lane! lying in the city of Roan?
oke, Va-, and described as follows, to-Wit:
Beginning at a point on tho north side of
Shenaudoah avenue T25 feet east of Park street,
thence with eald avenue south 63 decrees Ml
minute* east 43.03 feet to a point, thence north
17 degrees 8S minutes cast IG3 B4 feet to a point
on an alley, thence north 73 degrees S3 minutes
west 81,98 feet to a point, thence south 21 degrees
10 minutes west Kit feet tothe beginning. Being
lot No. 1 of the ltlalr survey and being a portion
of tho land conveyed to the said YV. J. Blai and
Lycurgus Blair Jr., by James S. Simmons by deed
dated the 11th day of April, isss, and of record in
the clerk's ofllce of the Hustings Court for the
city of ltonnokc, Va.
THUMS OK SALE: Cash as to enough to pay
the costs of executing this trust, and to pay the
amount due under the above mentioned deed of
trust, which Is eight hundred and eighty six
dollars and eighty-eight cents ($880.88), as of Juiv
at, 1896._ S M. BROP11Y, Trustee. '
1>Y VIRTUE OK A DEED OK TRUST KXE
> cuted to me, the undersigned trustee, on the.
11th day of September, 1S90, recorded In deed j
hook No. 03, page 146, In the clerk's otl'.ce of tho ?
Dustings Court fur the citv of Roanoke, Va., j
whereby K. M. Williams. .Jr..' J. B. ILrroll, .1. C. i
Wallace, Jr., ar d C W.U. Woo'.wine and Mary
E., his wife, to secure the Roanoke Land anil
Improvement Compai y the payment e>t the sum
ot $1,673! payable in three c<iutil annual instal?
ments, with "interest, payable annually, conveyed
the property hereinafter described, and default
having been made in tho payment of said sdm,
with Interest, from September 11, l.-'.H, and hav?
ing been requested so to do by the beneficiary
under said deed of trust. I will, either In person
or by attorney, ou MONDAY, THE S8BD DAY
of September, 1805, at 12 o'clock m., in front
of the courthouse, In the city of Roanoke, Va.,
offer for sale, to tho highest bidder, the following
described property, situated in the city of Roan?
oke, State of Virginia, hounded and described as
Beginning at a point on the east side of Spruce
street 310 feet south of Aldcrson street; thence
north 71 degrees 1 minute east 18li feet to a point
on an alley; thence along tho said alley south 21
degrees east 800 feet to a point, thence south 09
degrees west 150 feet to a point on spruce street,
thence along Spruce street north 21 degrees west
2(>7.!i feet to a point, being an angle of Spruco
street, thence continuing along Spruce street
north 110 degrees 30 minutes west 60.5 feet to the
point ot beginning, containing 45,896 square feet,
more or less, ana known as lots 0, 7, 8, 9, 10 and
11 section 10 011 plan of Roanoke Land and Im?
provement Company August, 1890.
TERMS?Cash as to enough to pay th" costs of
executing the above named trust, including a
trustee's commission of live per cent, and to pay
oft the above named debt of $1.676 with Interest
from September II, 1981, and tnc residue. If any,
shall be made payable in one and two years rrom
date of sale, evidenced by negotiable notes bear?
ing Interest and secured by deed of trust upon
tho property sold. JUS. 1. DORAN, Trustee.
BY VIRTUE OF A DECREE RENDKRED
In the Hustings Court for the city of Roan?
oke, at Its mly term, 1S05, in the consolidated
chance ry cause or Dennis, Trultt .V Co., vs. M. C.
Morris et als und R. W. Anderson vs. S. W. Jam?
ison, trustee et als, the undersigned, as special
commissioners appointed by said decree, will
oiler for sale at public auction In I rout ot the
conrthousc In tho city of Roanoke, Va., AT 12
o'CLOCK NOON ON SBP I'BMBBR StiTU, 1896,
to the highest bidder, the following described
parcels of land situated In the city ot Roanoke,
Klrst Parcel. Beginning at a point on the north?
east corner ot Roanoke and Elm streets, thence
north 1 degree ."10 minutes west til feet to a point
on Roanoke street; thence north 88 degrees 41
minutes cas'. 07 feet to a point, theneo south 1
degree 30 minutes east 01 feet to Elm street,
thence with him street south 88 degrees 41
minutes west f>7 feet to the point of beginning.
2. Beginning at a point on the east side of
Roanoke stieet and 04 feet north of tho northeast
comer of Roanoke and Elm streets, thence north
SJ degrees II minutes oast 07 feet to a point,
thence north 1 degree 30 minutes west 10 feet to a
point, thence nottli 88degrees, 11 minutes. ea?t 7'.'
feet to a point, thence north 1 degree -"in minutes
west 80feet loan alloy.tbcncc v. ith said alley south
88 degrees 41 mlnutee west 140 feet to Roanoke
street, thence with Roanoke street south 1 de?
gree 30 minutes east 00 tcet to the place or begin*
n 111 g.
;. Beginning at a point on the north sidee.f
Elm street 07 feel east of Roanoke street, thence
north 1 degree :;u minutes west ~<A reel to a point,
thence north 88 degreet it minutes cast 29 feet
to a point, them e south 1 degree 30 minute' cast
",4 feet to lilm street, thence with Elm street
sonth88degrees41 minutes west 29 feet tothe
1. Beginning at a point en the north side of
Elm street !Ui feet east of Roanoke street, thence
north 1 deirrce ."HI minutes weit 71 feet to a point,
theme neu :h 89 degrees II minutes east 25 feet to
a point, thence south l degree 30 minutes cast 74
feet to Elm street, thence along same south 88
degrees 41 minutes west 21 feet to the beginning.
8. Beginning at a point on the north side of
Elm avenue 121 ftet cad ot Rouuoke street,
thence north 1 degree 80 minutes woat74 feet to a
point, thoncc north 88 degrees 11 minutes east 25
feet to a point, thence south 1 degree 30 minutes
east 71 feet to Elm street, thence south SSdegrees
41 minutes west 28 feet to the place of beginning.
The above parrels of land will be 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 anuu-l In?
stalments from date of etile. Said deferred pay?
ments to bear interest from date of sale, evi?
denced by negotiable notes ot purchaser, to be
secured by retention of title to parcels sold until
the entire purchase price, shall he pa d.
W. A. GLASGOW. JR .
LUC1AN II. COOK?,
E. W. ROBERTSON.
WALTER II. BAUNDBR8,
I, S. S. Brooke, clerk of the Hustings Court for
the city of Roanoke, Va., do certify that the
bond in the above styled canscs lias been exe?
cuted as required by said decree, by W. II. 8uuii
riets and L. 11. Cocke.
S20-td8 S. S. BROOKE, Clerk.
BY VIRTUS OF A CERTAIN DEED OF
'.rust, dated the 17th day of Octoher, 1890,
and recorded In the clerk's office of it e Uniting!
Court for the city of Roanoke, Va.. tn deed book
64, page 100, executed by J. F. Connelley to the
undersigned trustee, for the purpose or securing
tu R R. Flanagan the payment of the sum of
f 1,100, evidenced by two certain Interest-bearing
negotiable notes In the sum of $510 each, exe?
cuted by the said J. K Connelley, and p-iyablo
one and two years tmm date; ami default having
been made in the payment of the rote last men
tintied, aud having been requested by th* holder
thereof so to do, I will, ON THE 7TH DAY OF
(K'TOBBR, Is'.'S, in front of the courthouse of
the city of Roanoke, olTer for sale at public auc?
tion, AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON, the following
described parcel of land:
lb ginning at a point at the south corner of
Cleveland street and on the west side of Spotts?
wood avenue, thence along Hpottewcod avenue
north 44 degrees west 250 feet to a point, theiice
north 48 degrees west 120 feet to an alley, thence
north 14 degrees east 250 feet to Cleveland street,
1 hence with Cleveland street sonth 46 degrees
ea-t 120 feet to tho place of beginning. Known
as lots Nob 10,17, 18, 19 and 20, in section 7, of
the Mountain View addition to the city of He>a
TERMS OF SALB?Cash as to the sum ot 1600,
with interest thereon from the 17th day of Octo?
ber, 18?C, snbject to a credit of $900, as well as
the costs of sale; and as to the residue upon a
credit of one and two years from the date ot sale,
with Interest from that date, which Bs.'d defd red
payments are to be secured by deed ot trust upon
the premises to be conveyed.
tui Ids T. R. TANNER, Trustee.
TN TUE cLEHh'S OFFIC8 OF THE DUST
X lugs Court for the citv of Roanoke, on the sth
day of August. lS'.iS, McDowell .t Co., plaintiff,
agiinst W. V. Baker and als., defendant, Chan?
The object of this suit Is to enforce the
lien of a Judgment tn favor of the plaintiff
against W. F. Baker, aud to subject the real
estate of said Baker in the city of Roanoke to tho
payment ot said Judgment, with Interest and
cost, and an affidavit having been made and tiled
that the defendants, David Myers, Jr., tlannah
Qrlnberg, J,M.Mays, w. M. Kuller an.', a. M.
Fuller arc not leslrttnts of the State ut Virginia,
It Is ordered that they do appear here, within
firteen days after due publication hereof, and do
What nay be necessary to protect their Interest
In this suit. And It Is further ordered that a
copy hereof be published otico a week lor fonr
weeks in The Hoasokk Times, and that a copv
be posted at the front door of the courthouse of
this city on the Urst day of the next term.
A copy Teste:
S. S. BROOKE, Clerk.
LUNSr'OKO A ASTRDI, p. q. b U
BY VIRTUE OK A DREI) OF TRUST, EXE
citted to me, the undersigned trustee, on the
2.1th day of September, 1S'>J, recorded in deed
book No. tO, page 117 of the clerk s ofllco of the
Hustings Court for the ettv of Itotnoko. Va , ?>y
0. H. Nails, and Willie, his wife. to
secure the ](<vtnokc Land and Improve
ment Company a certain sum of money
therein mentioned, ana default having been
made in the instalments falllug due September
23. 1808, and September 25, 1UI3, amounting to
$810. with Interest from September 33, 1891, and
having been requested so to do by the beneficiary,
under said deed of trust. 1 will, e thcr In person
or by attorney. ON MONDAY. THE 23KD DAY
OF SEPTEMBER, ls!>5. at 1*89 p. m? In front of
the courthouse, in the city of Hoanoke, Va., offer
for sale to the highest bidder, the following de?
scribed property, situated in the etty of Koar.oke,
Vs., hounded and described as follows, to wit:
Beginning at a point on the east side of Calvin
street 432.IH ieet south of cast Campbell street
and corner to tot sold to Eller and Dlckerson,
thenco notth 73 degrees 10 niinafs east 125 feet
to an alley, thenco with same south 5 degrees 12
minutes east 100 feet to another allev, thonce
with the latter alley south 73 degrees 10 minutes
west 125 feet to Calvin street, f ence with same
north 5 degrees 42 minutes west 103 feet to the be
ginning, containing 13,500 square feet, more or
less, and known a? lots 1 nnu 2, section 11, on
plan or property of Koauoke Land and Improve?
ment Company April, 1889.
TEHMS?Ca?h as to enough to piy the ro?ts of
executing the above named trust, including a
trustee's commission of tiro per centum, and the
above named dobt of $300 with Interest from
Sept mber 2'-, 1<91, and th* residue, if any, shall
be made payable in one and two -.ears from date
of sale, evidenced by negotiable notes, bearing
interest and secured by deed c-f ':;:-?. upon the
property sold. JOS. I DuHAN, Trustee.
BY VIRTUE OF A DBRO OF TRUST Exe?
cuted lo me, the undersigned trustee, on
(lie 11th day of September. 1690 recorded in deed
book No. 17, page 1 10, in thB clerk's Office of the I
Uniting* Court fir the city of Roanoko, Va..
whereby P. SI. Williams.Jr., .t. l:. ilarrril, ami I
Mary K I N wife, .lohn C. Wsl! tee, Jr., and C. \V.
c. wool wine, and Mary E his wife, to lecnrc
the Roanoko !<and and improvement Com
pany the payment or tHo sum <>f $1,319.80, pay?
able In three iqual anunnl lustalmcnts, with in- I
tercet, payable annually, conveyed Hie propeity i
hereinafter described; and default having hern '
made in the payment c f the said sum, with in- i
t crest from September 11, 1891, and having been I
requested so to do by the beneficiary under said
deed of trust, 1 will, cither in person or by attor
nov, ON MONDAY. THE : :D DAY OP SEP?
TEMBER, 1895, AT 12:15 O'CLOCK P. M., In
froutotthe courthouse in the city of Hoinoko,
Va,. offer forsale to the highest bidder, the fol?
lowing deseilbod property,situated in the city of
Roanokc, Slate of Virginia, bounded and
described as follows:
Beginning at a point ou the southeast corner
of Aidcrsou and Sprue? streets, thence along
Alderson stieet north 71 degrees 1 minute east
199.8 feet to a point on an alley, thence alone
said alley south CO degrees :K1 minutes east ?21.3
feet to a point, thence continuing along the said
alley south 21 degcees east 18.2 feet to a point,
thenca south 71 degrees 1 minute west ISO feet to
a point on Spruce stieet, thence along Spruce
street north 0U degrees .'to minutes west 310 ft et
to the beginning, containing 51,311 square feet,
more or lets, and known as lots 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5,
section 10, on plan o Roanoke Land and im?
provement Company, August, Is'.K).
TERMS?Cash as to enough to pay the costs of
executing the above trust, including a trustee's
commission of live per centum, and to pay olT the
above named debt of $1 312.50, with Interest from
September 11. 1891, aud the residue, if any, shall
he made payable iu one and two years from date
of sale, evidenced by negotiable notes bearing In?
terest, and secured r? de? el of trust upon the
property sold._JOS. 1. DQRAN. Trustee.
~J RUSTEB'8 SALS.- WHEREAS a CERTAIN
? deed of trust was exeruted by Jerry Nicholas,
Maggin H. Nicholas. E. R. Woodward and Leo a.
Woodward, vo Charles II. Kemer and Frank /..
Wllcox, trustees, bearing date December 1, 1891,
ami recorded in the elcrk's oillce of the Hustings
Court fo, the city Of L'oauoke, in deed book 33,
page 04, to secure the payments, specified tn a
certain bond executed by the said Jerry NlOPO
las and t-dgar R Woodward, of even date with
said deed, tor the pavment ol the sum of $100,000,
to the Central City Building and Loan Associa?
tion, of Syracuse, Y? and whereas the said
Remcr ami Wllcox, trustees, have resigned said
trust, aud the Judge of the Hustings Court for the
city of Roanoke did, on the SO h day of March,
1894, appoint the undersigned C. 11. Vines as
trustee. In place of said Reiner and Wllcox, trus?
tees, alter legal notice lo all parties in intereM;
and whoreus difault lias been nmdo in tlio pay?
ments mentioned in said bond and deed of trust,
anil having been required so to do I shall, by
virtue of said nocd, proceed 10 sell at public auc?
tion, to the highest bidder,oN the pith ha y
OF SEPTEM llElt. 1895,at 19 O'clock in., on the
premises, all the pioperty conveyed in said deed,
described as follows, to wit:
Beginning on the southwest corner of Salem
avonne and Commerce street, thence wl h Com?
merce street south S degrees cast i'S feet ton
point, thence south S3 degrees west 93 feet to a
point, thence north 9 degrees west 47 fe> I to
Salem avenue, the to e north S2 degrees east US
feet to the place of beginning.
Beginning at u point ou the south side or Salem
avenue 95 feet west ol Commerce sttee', thonce
south 8degrees east 51 feet to a point, thence
south 81 degrees west 21 feet to a point, thence
north s degrees wert 51 feet lo Salem arenne,
thenck with said avenue north >2 degrees east 2-1
feet to the place of beginning.
licginnlng at a point on the we^t side of Unu
iio: c street 11.41 reel north of Centre stieet,
thence north 75 degrees 5s minutes west 50 reel
to ilic line of the Transparent Ice Company's
property, thence north 9 degree* 12 minutes cast
138 (i feet to an alley, thence eastward with said
alley 4H.47 feel to Roanoko street, thence with
Hoanoke street south ti degrees 12 minutes west
123 7 feet to the place of beginning. The amount
due on said loan Is $56,043, as or day of sale.
TERMS?Cash. C. 11. VINES, Trustee.
BY VIRTUE OF A DEED OF TRUST EXE
culed to me, the undersigned trustee, by
Hoste II. Wright and Ceo. 11.. her husband, on
tun 25th day of September, P-'.H), recorded In need
booK 49 page 292 in the clerk's oltice of tee Hust?
ings Court for Hoanoke city, Virginia, whereby
they conveyed the hereinafter described property
to me to secure the Hoanoke Land and ImpfOvej
ment Company the payment of the sum ol $225
payable In three equal annual Instalments of $75
each with Interest, payable annually, and default
having been made iu the pay ment of a portion of
said sum of $225 aud having been request rd so to
do the beneficiary under said deed or trust I win,
"eitherin person or by attorney,"ON TUESDAY,
TUB 1ST DAY OF OUT JBBK. 1895, AT 19:15 P.
M., in front of the courthouse :n the City or Roa?
noko, Virginia, offer tor sale to the highest bid?
der tho following described property situated in
the city of Hoanoke, state of Virginia, bounded
and described as follow.', to-wit:
Beginning at a point on the east side of Calvin
street 182.01 feet south of cast Campbell streit
and orncr to lot sold .1. P. Sa il, thence mirth 73
degrees to minutes east P.'"> feet to an alley,
thence with sunn; south 5 degrees 42 minutes east
:. i reel to a point corner to lot sold Riddle ,v.
renn, thence eonth 73 degrees 10 minutes west
125 feet to Calvin street, thence with same north
3 degrees 42 minutes west 50 feet to the begin
nlrg, containing 6,850 square feet, more or less,
and known as lot 7, section i i on plan of property
of Roanoke Land and improvement Company,
east of Tayloe street, April, 1889.
TERMS:?Cash (1) as to oiinnr'i to pay the costs
of executing this trust, including a trustee's
commission of live per centum. (2) $150, the
amount In arrears, with Interest thereon from
the 23th September, 1mi2, and (3) the balance, ir
any. to be made payable iu two equal instalments
at six aud twelve months from day ot sale, evi?
denced by two interest bearing negotiable notos,
secured by a deed of trust upon the property
gold. JOS. I. DORAN, Trustee.
IN THE CLERK'S OPPIOB OF THE Hus?
tings Court for the city of L'oauoke, on the
16th day of August, 1895. Central Land Company I
of Buchanan, plaintiffs, against Buchanan In?
vestment Company and ale., defendant. In |
The object of this suit is to enforce the lien ot
the deed of trust In fuvor ot l ho complainant, and
executed by the defendant company upon certain
parcels of land near Ituchanan, Va., as well as u>
enforce the lien of Us judgment agaiust same
company tor the sum of $3,757.50, with interest
and costs, and to recover from the stockholders
ot the defendant company such amounts as may
he due on account of their respective subscrip?
tions as may be suniilent to pay off and dis?
charge the l?de',tedi.fr? due by the defendant
company to the eomplaiiiaut, as set out in the
And an ctlldavit having been made and
filed that ihe defendants, J. J. Kemp,
O. Shumate, John Aukeney, Win. Taylor
Tbom, Qco. L. Atkins, C. P. Harnet',
Mra. Qeorge Sargent, Luther Miller and P,
R. Rote, are not residents ot the State of Vir?
ginia, it is ordered that they do appear here,
within fifteen days after due publication hereof,
and do what mav lie necessary to protect their
interest in this ?"uit. And It Is further ordered
that u copy hereof tie published ouco a week ror
four weeks In The l<< inohs Turns, and that a
copy be pested at the front door of the courthouse
of this city on the rtrst day of the next term.
A copt: Teste.
S 10 S, s. BROOKE, Clerk.
Penn a COCKE, I .,
Unirrts ? (;liti;'hv, f ? ? "?
BUSTEE'S SALE- WUEHKAS, A CERTAIN
deed or trust was execnted by Air?. 211r, \ ? :ti
0 Dlggcs (formerly Elizabeth C." ?ic?hee) aud
AI.tu IV Dlggcs, bor husband, to Gei-rgo .1. l'eet,
trustee, bearing dato the 2nd ?ty ot November,
;812, miJ recorded In the clerk's office or the
Hastings Court tor the city or Roanoke, Vs. , In
dt vii book 81, pags US to sccuiotheperformance
0 certain conditions and payments specltled In a
certain bond executed by tbo ?uld Kllzal c'h 0.
Digges. with even date wlih satd de-d. for the
payment <>f one thousand dollars ($1,000 l'C) to the
National .Mutual Building and Loan Association
ot New ^ork, in accordance with tcelr art?Meiof
association: and whereas the said Oeorge ; l'eet
has icsigi.ed the ?a'.d trust, and the Joditeof the
1 last lugs Coart for the city of Romnoftc, V* . at
the (September term, did appoint.lunlns.M O-hee
in tri.- place a.:d stead of Ocnrge J. l'eet, tnstee,
after l*gal notice, as provided by s'atute. to all
the parties in Interest; and whereas, default has
hern made in the pavments and conditions men?
tioned In said bond and deed of trust for more
tuan three mouths, and after having been re?
quired SO to do by the beneficiary, the National
Mutual Building ami Lean Association, or New
York, I shall, by virtue Ol said deed aud pursuant
to the terms thereof, proceed to sell at public
auction, to the highest bidder, ON TUB t i ll
DAY Ol-' OCTOBER, 1895, AT2O'CLOCK P. M.,
on the premises, ail the propcrtv conveyed in
said deed, with the improvements thereon, a*
Beginning at a point on the south.- ! of
Charles street three hundred and twen'.j?Tc
(825) feet cast of Grove street and running V:?tiee
aeotlthorly direction one hundred and thirty (180)
feet to an alley, thence an easterly direction
thirty-seven and one-half <:.7K> feet to a pc'-n- on
same, thence a northerly direction otic nun ired
and thirty (ISO) feet to Charles street, tb< s ??? In a
westerly direction thirty-seven and one-hat:. . r *
feet to the place or boaiantug, and knowu a?
part-of lot* No. seven <7,i aud eight (3) ::: -e<
tion eight c->, as shown ou the map o: u:? 1 -wis
addition of Itoanoke, Va.
TBRMS?Cash sufficient to pay all roits of ex?
ecuting till- trust, incloding a commitalou to tl e
trustee, i.ml to pay off the said Cond with (*r
ages due theicon amounting in tbo aggregate to
$!,< l!. a- ol October 4, 181?, and the balance, if
any. In one and two equal annnal tt stalmentr.duo
In twelve and twenty-tour months, with Interest
thereon frbm date, the purchaser executing :ir
gotlable notes :? t the dctened payments, an ' se?
cured by deed >>: trust on the property sold.
IM-tds ,11 jjirja McGBUEE, Trustee.
OY VIRTUB hi' A DEED OF TRUST BXE
1 > cuted by Mary A. McCrossln and husban loi
the auth day ?>: .V:gn*\ lr-til. aud du'.,- re
corded on page"l indeed book No. 67 c; the
Dustings Court records for me city of P.oan
Oko conveying to George J. l'eet Tr.. .ar. 1 his
successors certain real estate therein described
in trust to secure to the National Mnr.:a". 11 rid?
ing and Loan Association of New York certaiu
[payments ot money provided to be made unter
the terms or the said trust, which pavments now
stand in default and said association having as?
signed for value its entire interest tn said debt
and the undersigned having been by ord c of
court duly substituted for Geo. J. l'e"et, t"i??ec.
by consent of th? parties at interest, tberefore.on
request of T. F. Stearnes present beneficiary Of
said trust 1 will on SATURDAY'. TUE S1ST DAY
OF SKl'TEMBBIt, 1696, at 12 o'clock noon, offer
for sale on the premises, at public outcry, to the
highest bidder tor cash, all or that certain lot or
parcelotlaud, with all the improvementsthereon,
situated ut No M'. G llmer (or Fourth) aven-:* n.e..
in the cilyot Itoar.oke, and State or Virgin!?, and
bounded and described as follows, to-wit: ??Be?
ginning at u point on the southerly side o: G??
nter street, distant 150 feet easterly frox the
southeasterly corner ot Oilmer street and Wood
street, und running thence along Oilmer street,
south S7 45'. eaet 60 feet, thence south S: IS .wen
100 feet, thence north 87 15', west 50 feet, thence
north g 15', east 100 feet to GUmer street, the
jilare of beginning. Amount due upon -aid lebt
as of August 5, ISM, is $1323.13 und com? , I ::i e
821 tds ARTHUR N. DERR, Tr-.''.
l)Y VIRTUE OF A UKKI) OF TRUST a\
1> edited on the'hli day of June, 1M>3, and re?
corded on page 272. in deed book No. 71, ot the
Hustings Court records ror the city or Roanoke,
in which Win. r. 11iiit conveyed to W. P. Bale,
trustee, certain real estate therein described, tu
trust to secure to the Southern Mutual Building
and Loan Association of Atlanta. On., the repay?
ment of a loan Of $l,0j0, according to the condi?
tions of a certain bond of even date with the oald
deed, and the -aid Ha'e having resigned th>> -mid
I r list, andltbe undersigned trustee having been
duly substituted by order ot court to execute "lie
said ti ust in the place und stead ot the said Bale,
alter due notice to the parlies at Interest, there
Tore, a* the said obligation now stands i:; dc
raull. on request of the beneficiary, 1 will, OS
THE Wi ll DAY OF OCTOBER, 1896. at 12
o'clock neon, ou Ute promises, offer for sale it
public outcry, to the highest bidder, all of that
certain parrel of land, together with all Improve?
ments thereon, situated In the city of Roanoke
and State of Virginia, and hounded and described
lit follows, to wit:
Beginning at the northwest corner of Taxe well
and Tayloe streets, thence with Tazewel! StM? j
westerly forty-four and six-tenths (448) feet to
u point on same, thence northerly one hundred
and thirl) (180) lettr to an alley, thence with *?id
alley easterly tour (4) feet to a point on seine,
thence southerly olghty feet to a point fctr it>
foot east of the western boundary Hue of this lot,
thence easterly twenty-lwo (92) feet, moreorie.-r,
to Tayloe street, thence with Tayloe a tree;
southerly fifty (60) feet to Taste well street, Iho
place ot beginning, and known us part or lot No.
8. section No. 7. ot the Edgewood addition.
TBRMS?Cash sullicleni to pay the costs of
this sale and the debt due -aid MlOClatl ?:..
amounting to 91,900.0'.), us of the first day ol
August, 1895, and the balance. It any, payable In
one and two voais with approvedsecurlt) t it de?
ferred payments. ARTHUR N. Db'lti'
U-lu tds. Trufte?.
IN TUB CLERK'S OFFICE OF THE H?ST
iugs Court tor the city of Roanoke on tie n h
day or August, It96. Jos. I. Dor.an, plaintiff,
against Leonard Clark and als., defendant.
The object of this suit is to enforce tie tien
of a deed of trust executed by Leonard Clark to
Jos. I. Doran, trustee, on the* 15 h ot September,
1MK), convey irg lot1268,209,3311 aud ?.*.'?>, ward 4. of
the map ot KoauoUo Land and Improvement
Company to secure said Roanoke Land and .-j:
proTcmoul Company the sum or $'.KHi and also to
ascertain the priorities of other Ileus against .-laid
properly. And an affidavit having been made
aud filed thut diligence has been used on be'.ialf
of the plaintiff 10 ascertain in what county or
corporation the following defendants are without
effect, vi,-.: Albert llasklns, Douglas Wilson,
Is:..,! lireeuloe, W. W Kincaid B. P. Thomnill,
Mrs. 8. V. Stephen son. Robert Edward* j,ul W.
E. Baibonr, it is ordered that they do appear
here within ilflcen days after due publication
hereof, unit do w hat may bo necessary to protect
their interest In this hint. And it is lurlber or?
dered that a cop} uoieof be pnbllsbed o:;ce
week tor four weeks in 'In;: RoaKOKE Fixes
and that a copy be poetcd at the front door Of tbe
cour .house or this city on the first day et :h
uext term. A copy?Teste;
S. S. BROOKK. ClJ .
Watts, Hoiikutsoh .? Komkbtsox, p. q.
TRUSTEE'S SALE?WHEREAS, A 1 EK -
a tain deed ot trnst was executed by Adeline
Brooke to George .1. l'eet.*. trustee, bearing d u
ISI.b March, 189?, nd recorded tn the eleck'i
i , ,io ot iLe Hustings Court for the city ot I'.otr.
uoke, Va., In dted book 75, page22, to ^ec^r^
the pei tormaticf of certain conditions an4 p iy
meuts specified in a certain bond executed by
said Adeline Brooks with even date with said
deed for the payment or thirteen hundred dol
lars($l,3C0) to the National Mutual BuUdtog
and Loan Association of New York, In accor i
and- with their article* of association, and where?
as, the said (iro. J, l'eet has resigned the sain
trust, and the Judge of the Hustings Court .or
the ritv of Roar.oko. Va.. at tho September term.
1895, did appoint Juntas McGebee In the. place
and stead of George J, l'eet, trustee, alter legal
notice, as provided by statute, to all the o:i-tiep
in interest: aud whereas, default having been
made in the paymeuts and conditions mentioned
In said bond and eleed ot trust for more than
threa months, and after having been required sc
to do by tne heneSclary, tbe National Mal-.i.
Building and Loan Association of New York, I
shall hv virtue ot laid deed and pursuant to the
terms thereor, nreceed to sell at public auet;ou
to tho highest ' bidder ON TDK 4TH DAY OF
OCTOBER, 1895, AT 3 O'CLOCK P, M., on tne
premises, all the property conveyed in **:d de ! I
with the Improvements thereon bounded and. Je
scribed as lollows, to-wit:
Beginning at a point on the ?est side of s
-treet s. e. iforn.tilv Randolph street" twenty
five (2t) feet north ot Fourth avenue a. e. (for?
merly Robertson street i and runulng thence
north 38 degrees wrat one hundred tlOOl feet to a
poiut, thence north 2 degrees east
tweuty-fivo ii.'? feet to a jKilnt. thence
south 89 degrees east one hnndrrd lltO)
feet to Second street s. e.. theme so:t.;
3degrex wett twenty rtve(26)feet to the p.ace
of lieg'in tug, being the north naif of lot two
hundred and one i-.IU) ward Five i.V a* shOWU Ot
Hie map of the Roanoke Laud ami Improrement
rBRMS?Caib sufficient to pay all cost* 01 ex
ecutlng this trust. Including a commission to tfce
tr ;-! e, and to pay oT said bond with arrearages
due thereon, amounting In tue aggregate u>
$1,026 05, as of October 4, 1895, and the balance,
if any, tn one and two equal annual Instalment*
due In twelve and twenty-four month*, with In
terestthereon ttom date, the purchaser exec-,
ing negotiable note* tor the deferred paymen?
,i ?ei -ire,I by deed of trust on the property *e 1
y 4 tds JOMVS McGBUK^Ti ?