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DR. SALISBURY'S WORDS.
Anyono who has evor met Dr. Sails*
bury will nevor forgot blin. Although
over eighty, he has as bright a mlod
and intellect as moat younger mon. Of
course, every ono knows him as the In?
ventor of hot water cure and the Salis?
bury steak, and that ho is the au?
thority on digestion and stomaohic
"I studied the subject direct from
nature," he said. "In order to know
just how much nourishing power there
was in various foods, i employed four
men whose only duty it win to remain
in one house with me and eat such food
only as I directed. They thought they
had secured the finest kind of a posi?
tion, i began by taking a diet!
of beans, and in thirteen dayB there was
not a man who could walk aoross the
room. I myself was nearly prostrated. |
After reoovery, we tried various other]
vegetables. A person can live eighteen
days on oatmeal, and twenty days on
"What are the most unhoalthful
things, doctor?" was asked.
"The most unhealthful vegetable in
the world 1b asparagus. No man or
woman can exist to exceed Beven days
on this Insidious vegetable. Why it 1b
that pooplo havo gotten the idea that
it is healthful I cannot understand,
unless It Is from the peculiar odor it
gives to tti i lluids that paBS from tbo
budy. S'ime people believe that It Is
healthful for the kidneys, but there Is
nothing which I know of that Is moro
Injurious. As for beef, it is sustain?
ing and strengthening and Invalids
should tako It as much as possible
and avoid such vegetables aa they know
to bo unhealthful."
A DESERT TRAGEDY.
The moss of I ho officers of the Second
Chasseurs of Africa is particularly noisy.
Tliolr merriment runs hiirhwlth shouts of
joy and clinking glasscsus they toast Lieu?
tenant I Iviirl < lursol.
"Now for the adventure!" exclaim the
o?leoVH in chorus.
"With all my heart," replies tho young
lieutenant. "You know I loft Mascara
with orders from our chief tothocnidof
the 1 lavars about tho Incursions of tho
Tuaregs. I hod accomplished my mission
and was returning with myplntoon, cross?
ing a part of tho immense plain of sand.
Wo kept on our way, men and animals,
although nearly overcome by the Intense
beat, with our eyes partly closed to avoid
tho reflection from the wind?a thousand
limes harder to endure than tho heat of
?.he sun. I was awakened from my torpor
by an exelnmation thai camu from behind
me, ' El gueuboli!'
"I turned annual. Tho sorgennt major
of my escort, an old African soldier, was
pointing toward the horizon with excited
gestures. The whole sky seemed to bo
covered by n thick cloud, resembling an
Immense column of smoke, touching tho
earth and reaching far into tho heavens.
'Kl gueuboli' was inarching upon us with
"?Perhaps wo can get ahead of it,'I
said, ordering them to gallop,
"The sergeant major shrugged his
shoulders. 'If God so wills it,1 ho said.
"We started off at a furious rate, but
the torn post came on at a still greater
Sliced. A violent wind was upon us, Rend?
itig blinding whirlwinds of dust into our
faces at. every step of tin; horses. Our dis?
comfited guides lost their bearings and
stopped. Our horses as well refused to
move farther. They came to a standstill
and braced themselves against the trusts of
"I was leaning over on my horse when
I felt him tromblo under mo; then sud?
denly 1 received a frightful shock. It
seemed to me that thousands of pounds of
sand fell, all at once, on my head. Stun?
ned, scarcely aide to think, I managed to
strugglo with my horse as ho shook his
bridle with rage, then raised himself on
Ills hind foot and started off at a furious
speed, taking mo with him.
"The sand sifted into my eyes, my ears
him! my nostrils, blinding and suffocating
me. I could scarcely breathe, a burning
thirst was consuming me; I felt that. I
was dying. I said a silent, goodby to all
the happiness that I was losing forever,
then oblivion came, and I remember no
"When I cnino to myself, I found that I
was under a woolen tent, draped with al?
ternate stripes of red and yellow silk and
lying on a rug which covered tbo ontiro
lloor of the tent. I experienced a strange
tenso of well being, a stato of drowsiness,
a delightful fooling of laziness, and I
closed my eyes quickly, not caring to un?
derstand how a lieutenant of Chassours
was metamorphosed into ay Arnb, master
of a largo tent. All at onco it seemed to
me a brlghtor light struck my eyelids, and
at tho same time a pungent, penetrating
perfume lilled tho tent. I opened my eyes
mid saw standing ut my bedside a young
woman, with great, fathomless eyes sur?
mounted by twodollcatoly penciled arches.
Her black glossy hair fell in curls down
her neck, CO vorlag her cheeks with their
warm shadows. She was dressed liko tho
daughter of a wealthy bous(?with a balk
that fell to her feet, disclosing a chemise
of striped silk supported at tho waist by a
leather belt studded with silver and held
togothor at tho breast with a clasp of the
same metal. Two enormous silver and
coral rings hung from her ears, her arms
were loaded with bracelets, and her lingers
were covered with heavy rings.
"Acting on the realistic impression of
my dream, I greeted tho beautiful appari?
tion with a most, profound salaam, which
was returned with salaams and gracious
smiles, the beautiful Saharian displaying
tv set. of transparent teeth behind scarlet
lips. I made as if to seize the young wom?
an, but she recoiled frightened, overthrow
the lamp and lied, leaving mo somewhat
"A few moments later, just as tho first
ray of tho new day stretched itself toward
my tent, an Arab entered. His tall, slen?
der silhouette stood out distinctly against
the light, as with a haughty sweep of his
hand he lifted the curtain that hung at
the entrance. He. advanced toward me,
and noticing that I was looking at him
with surprise, but with regained conscious?
ness, he began to speak in a jargon com?
posed of bad Italian, worse French, a lit?
tle Spanish and a good deal of Arabic. Ho
bowed to me and Inquired after my health.
I returned his greeting, and, calling to my
aid the little Arable I knew, I asked him
how it happened that I was under this
"He Informed ma that I was in ono of
his camel hair houses; that after the tem?
pest?during which he bad been nearly
burled himself?whAn he was returning
from Ouargla, whereyie had gone to buy a
store of provisions, ho noticed lying in the
sand an officer, whom his people believed
dead, but who, after a careful cxumiim
tiori, Avus round to hiivo TaTntoU And to
liavo been only partly asphyxiated. Ho
hud ordered mo to ho placi d on ono of his
oontols, between two sacks of wheat.
"Ho then told mo that ho was tho agn
of tho Chorogas, allies of tho Si Sain and
all tho tribos not submitted to our rule. I
lhanked him warmly, gavo him my namo
and asked him if I was his prisoner.
" 'Why should you ho? Your nation is
not at war with mine. You uro my guest,
ono whom God has sent me. Fear nothing
and get well. Here, drink this.' And this
tall, handsome Aral) handed mo a oup of
delicious cofTeo that renewed my strength
ftud raised my spirits. Ho said that on
poop, as I should ho nhlo to stand tho few
tours' rido required to reach Mascara he
would see that 1 had necessary escort. Ho
gave orders to two tall negroes to aid me
with my toilet, and thoso two ginnt volets
proceeded to dress mo in a flno gnrmont of
while wool, in which I must havo looked
like a priest of tho middle ages.
"El Tabor boil Moussn showod mo his
village of tents and nil of his riches, from
his working camels to his racing camels,
whiter thnil snow nnd swifter than the
wind; his horses, his provision tents filled
' with wheat, barley, oats, hashed meat
mixed with oruokod wheat, which tho
Aral is muko Into balls, and pots tilled with
dates that look like preserves?in fact, all
that constitutes tho fortune of an A rub,
piaster of a largo tout. Ho seemed much
pleased by my admiration for his thor?
oughbreds and my compliments on tho
beauty of his son, a boy of 10 years. But
lie took particular pains not to go near a
certain tent, kept hunuotlcally closed, but
from which wo could hear laughter and
"I was well enough acquainted with
Arabian customs to know that I must not
Inquire about the women nor speak of my
fair apparition. 1 was, however, quite
hopeful of seeing her tigaiu, for I counted
on feminine curiosity.
"At tho dawn of tho next day Bl Tahar
came to excuse himself for leaving mo
ahme a part of tho day. as some expedition
called him 11 vo or six leagues to tho south.
My aches and pains not having entirely
Biibsldcd, and my great weakness st ill pre?
venting mo from accompanying the agn,
I could only witness his departure, follow?
ed by all of his horsemen, but with moro
joy t han sorrow, I must own.
"The hour! was cont inually in my mind,
nnd I wished to see her. I prowled about
the neighborhood of the mysterious tent?
I made an elTort at least, for twice ono of
those giant valids, with mennclng ges?
tures, invited me to direct my promenade
III another direction. Was I seen from the
tent? Was my disappointment noticed?
Annoyed and feverish, I lay down to take
a nap, as Is the custom in tho village,
when the beautiful Arab girl entered.
"She brought mo a pitcher filled with a
refreshing liquid that calmed my fever
and quieted my nerves. We could scarcely
understand each otiier, as 1 knew so little
Arabic, hut there are looks and gestures
moro eloquent than words.
"Our conversation was scarcely com?
menced. She had told me her name and
j that she was the third wife of tho agn,
when a great- stamping of horses' feet was
heard, and the harking of dogs filled us
with terror. Kl Tahar had returned I How
could sho leave my tent without being
Boon? The wife of the aga in the tent of
a man, a Christian, and with her face un?
veiled! She wrung her bands in despair.
The cursed curtain, which served as a dour,
moved, lifted?she had just time to throw
herself behind a wooden box, thinking
herself concealed; but, alas! ouoof her lit
llo bare fect protruded from behind tho
"The ng.i entered, sat down, inquired
about my health, spoke of (he hunt. I
seemed to be listening to his recital, but I
could understand nothing. I replied at
hazard. 1 was suffering torments. 1 could
see nothing but the little white foot, al?
though I did not look at it.
"While spooking, Kl Tahar turned
slightly. Ho could soo It! 1 sat breath?
less. It seemed to me that the black eyes
of tho agn?the only features of his face
that I could see, for be had kept the black
veil over his face, as do all the Tuaregs
when away from home?glittered a mo?
ment as they Axed themselves upon tho
I white spot, but' I was mistaken, as ho con?
tinued his recital quietly.
! "As he arose to go ho said somewhat
solemnly, 'You are a guest, whom God has
sent me?I do not. forget, it.'
"1 stood nt the entrance of my tent, ns
he moved away with Blow and measured
gait. Tho girl was obliged to wait until
night boforo she could leave without being
"An hour after this sceno there was a
great commotion In tho village. A troop
of cavalry had arrived. It was you, com?
rades, in search of my body, tho sorgoant
major nnd my men having carried to you
tho news of my certain death. You re?
member my reluctonco to lcavo my tent
and tho manifest embarrassment in seeing
"Oh, yes! You didn't seem to ho very
happy over the elYort we had made In
searching you out, and the agn himself
was obliged to place you In t he saddle after
the feast ho offered us."
Lieutenant Cursol's orderly entered tho
room just then. "Lieutenant," ho com
"What do you wish?" asked Henri.
"There Is a man outside who insists up?
on speaking to you, sir. A Tuareg. Ho
wears his veil."
"A Tuareg! Tell him 1o come in."
"lie will not dismount from his camel."
"Then let him go to the devil."
"lie says be comes from yonder." Ami
tho soldier pointed in a direction over his
shoulder to signify that it was some quite
distant, uncertain place.
"Will you excuso me, gentlemen?"
"A messago from his honril" And the
young officers rushed to the windows.
Before the steps was a camel, and sit?
ting straight in his high scat was a Sn
haran, wrapped in a longburnoose, a block
veil fastened under his eyes, aud waiting
"I come from the Ouled Yakoud, and I
bring to yen a present from the aga."
"A present for ino?V
"Yes, here it is," and the Tuareg un?
fastened from his saddle a hag modo from
He oponpd it and took out a black, hairy
ball. Ho shook it. and from this head of
hair appeared a bloodless face, with cold,
blue lips and eyes from whose orbs tho
light of lite had forever tied. It was a
The Saharan flourished this head and
throw it at. the fool of the young man,
Who stoud there as pale as death himself.
" The Aga Bl Tahar ben Moussa sends
this to you. Keep it." And, with n honrso
cry the Tuareg started oil' at a wild gallo]). t
' A month later Lieutenant. Henri Cll'rsol
was found ono evening, within a few feet
of one of the busiest .streets of Mascara,
lying dead with a dagger between hi*
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IN THE CMC UK'S OFFICE OF THE CIRCUIT
court tor the city of Roanoke, on tho Oth day
ot November, 1895.
Central City Building and Loan Association ot
Syracnso, New York, plaintiff, against Hoanoko
and Now York Building and Investment Com?
pany and others, defendants. Chancery.
The object of this mitt is to enforce payment
of Judgment for (3,364.74 with Interest from
Augtiet 7th, 1895, and $17 (C cost against C. I).
Blbert, S. B. Butler, A. L. blbert, B. J. ?ond, B.
U. Webb ami N. O. Beale as directors and stock?
holders of the Roanoke and New York Uilldlng
and Investment Company, In favor ot tbe Central
City Building and Loan Association of Syracuse,
New York. And an atlldavit having been mado
and filed that tho defendants 8. B. Botler and K.
j. Bond are not residents of the Stute ot Vir?
ginia, It Is ordered that they do appear here,
within fifteen days after duo publication hereof,
and do what may be necessary to protect tbelr
interest In this suit. And it is further ordered
that a copy hereof be puollshed once a week for |
four weeks In Tun Roanoke Daily Timkk and
tcat a copy bo posted at the front door of the
court house of this city on the first day of tho
A copy?Teste: S.S.BROOKE,
C. H. Vines, p. q. Clerk.
It 15 4w
OMMIHSIONBR'S SALE.?BY VIRTUE OF
a deoree of tho corporation court tor tho
city ot Roanoke, entered In tho chancery snlt of
tbo Contral City Building and Loan Association
vs. the New York Building and Improvement
Company at tbo October term, 18U5, tbo undor
slgrcd commissioner was directed to sell the fol?
lowing described property to-wlt: Lots 5,6,7
and 8 on tbe miip ot tho New York Building and
Improvement Company with the improvements
thereon. In rccordance with tbo said decree I
will on the 11th day of December,1893, proceed
to sell tho said prope'tty to the highest bidder In
front of the couuhonec In Roanoke, Virginia.
TERMS:?t'aah as to $513.10 on each of thoenld
houses and the balance, if any, in 6,1*2 und 18
months, evidenced by negotiublu notes and se?
cured by a deed of trust on tho proprrtv sold.
O. 11. VINES, Commissioner.
In the clerk's office of tho hustings court of tho
city ot Roanoke: Central City Building and Loan
Association,plaintiff, vs. New York Building and
Improvement Company, delendant.
1, B. S. Brooke, clerk of the said court, do cer?
tify that the bo'd required of tbe special com
m Its toner by the decree rendered in said cause on
the Oth day of October, lb!?.">, has been duly g!?cn.
(iiveu under mv bnud as clerk of the said court
this'.ith day ot November, 1F03.
1110 td S. S. BROOKE, Clerk.
COMMISSIONER'S HALB.?Pursuant to a de?
cree entered In the chancery cause of A. L.
blbert vb.O. H. Vines, tmetee, and others, in tbe
circuit court for the city of Roinoke, Va . I will.
ON SATURDAY, NOVUMBER 2SD, 1805, at 13
O'CLOCK M., offer for gale at public auction in
front ot tbo courthouse, Roanoke city, to the
highest bidder, six certain houses and lots sit?
uated In tho Van Horn, Slbert and Barbonr ad?
dition to tbe city ot Roanoke, being lots 1, 9, 3, 4,
7 and 8 of the said addition to tbo city ot Roa?
TERMS?Cash as to ^33.48 on lot No.l, $582 50 I
on lot No. 3, $5S0.97 on lot No. 3. $388.94 on lot
No. 4, $863 on lot No. 7, $100.01 as to lot No. 8.
Tho balance, If any, on each house, In one, two
and three yearB, evidenced by negotiable notes
secured by deed ot trus*. on the property sold.
C. 11. VINES,
10 33 td. Special Commissioner.
COMMISSIONER'S SALE?BY VIRTUE OF A
decree entered In tbe chancery cuse of The
Oladc Land Company against The Co-operative
Land Company, at the September term. 1WI5, I
will otTcr for sale at public auction, on the prem?
ises, ON TBE 18TU DAY OF NOVEMBER, 1896,
at 10o'clock a.m., the following property:
Lots 3. 3,4, 5, li, 7, S,?.), 10. 11, 13. 13, 14, 17, 18
and 19, section 6; lots 2, 4, 6, 6, 8, 9, 10. II, 12. 14,
15, Hi and 17. section 17; lote 11. 13, 13 14, 15. 16
and 17, section 8; lots 1, 2, 8. 4, 5, fi. 7, 8,10, 11,12,
14,15,10 and 17, section !t; lots 1, 7, 8,1?, 10, 11,13,
1?, 11. 20 and 31, section in; lots 4, 6, 6,7. 11, 13,
14,15,10 and 17, section 11; lots 7. 8. 0 and 10, sec?
tion 13; lot 8, section I I; lots 2, 8. 4. 5, li, 7, 8, 10,
11, 13, 18, lti, 17. IS, 1?, 20, 31, 29. 83, 34, 15, 3ti anil
27, section 15; lots It) and 11, section 17; lots 1, 2,
8. 4, 5, 11, 12. 18,14, 15, 16, 17. is, 10. S3,14, 25 and
26, section 19; lots 2, 3, 4 and 5, section 2T; lots 1.
2, 8, 4, 7, 8, 9,10 and 11, section 21; lots 2. 3, 4,
and 7, section 32; lot' 1, 3, 8, 7 li,10 and It, sec?
tion 33; lots 1, 3 and 3, section 24: lots 3, 3, 4.
and 7, section 2.V, lots 1, 3, 8. 4, 5, 0, 7, B, 10,11, 13,
14,15 and 10, section 26; lots 1, 2. 3. 4, li, 7, 11, 12,
13, 14,15,10,17, IS, 23, 21, 20, 27, 3-1 and29, section
27; lot- 1, 3, 8, 4, 5, fi, 7. 8,11,13, 13 and li. section
3S. These lots arc found on the map of tbe Olado
Lund Company's property, and is tbe same prop?
erty conveyed to the Co operative Land Company
by the Oladc Laud Company.
TERMS OF SALE: Cosh.
WM. LUNSFoRD, Commissioner.
I hereby certify that the above-named com?
missioner has executed the bond required by the
10 18 td S. 8. BROOKS, Clerk.
IN THE CLERK'S OFFICE OF THE HUST
. logs Court for the olty of Roanoke on the 10th
day of October, 1(05, Hochester snvlng* und Loan
Association, plaintiff, against Ohus. E. Moore,
dcfcndai t. Upon answer uud c-oss bill
The object of this suit is to recover from
Cime. E. Moore tbo sum ot $570.89, with Interest
thereon from tbe?day-, 1S95, that bnirg
tlie amount due upon his bond us set forth in
these proceedings after the sale of his property
in the hill and proceedings mentioned. And
an affidavit having been made and filed tbat tbe
defendant, Chas. E. Mooic, is not a resident ot
the State ot Virginia, it is ordered that he do ap
Eear here within fifteen daysatterduopublication
creof, and do whut may be necessary to protect
hiB interest in this suit. And it is lurthcr or?
dered that a copy hereof be published once a
week for four weeks in The Roanoke Times
and that a copy be posted at tbe frontdoor of the
courthouse ot this city on the first day of the
next term. A copy?Tes'e:
S. S. BROOKE, Clerk.
Lunbfobd Hz Antrim, p. q. 10 20 4w.
IN THE CLERK'S OFFICE OF THE HUST
Ings Court for the city of Roanoke, on tbo
19th day of October, 1895.
Homester Savings and Loau Association,
plaintiff, against Ohas. E. Moore, defendant.
Upon answer and croBs bill. I
The object of this suit is to recover from Chas.
E. Moore the sum of $548.89,wltb interest thereon
from the-day of-,1895, that beirjg the
amount duo upon his bond asset forthin these pro?
ceedings utter the sale ot his property in the bill
and proceedings mentioned. And an nffldavlt hav?
ing been madeand filed that the defendant, Chas.
E. Moore, Is not a resident of tbe State of Vir?
ginia, It Is oidercd tbat be do appear bcre with?
in fifteen dayB attor duo publication hereof, and
do what may bo necessary to protect his Interest
in this suit. And it is further ordered that a
copy hereof he published once n week for four
weeks In Tub RoanokkTimes and thnta copy he
posted at the front door of tbe conn house of
this city on the first day of the ucxt term,
S. S. BROOKE, Clerk.
LVMSFOBD & ANTIUM p. q. 10 20 lw.
TRUSTEE'S SALE OF VALUABLE REAL
1 estato ? By virtue of a certain deed of trust
dated tbe 4th day of November, 1890. and of
record In t he clerk's ofllco ot tbe corporation
court for the city of Roanoke, Va., In deed hook
do, pago 150, from Howsoy Noel and Maria Noel,
his wife, to the undersigned trustee In trust to
secure the Home Limn und Building Association
the payment of the debt in said deed mentioned;
and default having been made by said Rows' >
Noel, for more thun six months. In tho payment
of bis dncs, interest and lineB, and the board of j
directors of said association so reqnlrlng. I will,
ON MONDAY,THE 1STII I) 1 Y OF NOVEMBER,
1895, AT 12 O'CLOt K NOON, in front of the
courthouse In Roanoke, Va., proceed to sell at >
public auction to the hit-best bidder, all that ]
parcel of land lying In the city of Rottoke, Va.,
and described ns follows:
Beginning at a point on the rorth side of Fac?
tory alloy 76 feet esst of a- d adjoining the lands [
of A. L. llunihiick's 1 state, thence with said
alley east 19 Icet running back between parallel
lino 88 feet, being the same land convoyed to
sild Rowsey Nocll by R. H. Woodrum by deed
dated the 19th day of August. 1ss7.
TERMS?Cash. The proceeds of sale will bo ]
applied first to tho payment of the costs of sale,
including a trustee's commission, and second to
the payment of the debt due under said deed of
trust to snld association, which amounts to
$181.80. The amount in arrears, as ot September j
95, 1895, wag $107.30; and third, the surplus, if
any, us the statute directs.
THOS. W. MILLER,
10 18 td Trustee.
TIU'HTEE'HSALB.-WHBHBAH ACER TAIN
deed of trust was executed by Bnannel Pet
tns to Ceo (,'. Sawyer and his successors as
trustee, beurlng date March 9, 1898, and recorded
in the clerk's ofllce ef tho hustings conrtlorthc
city of Rounoke In deed hook 84, page 50, to se?
cure the performance ot certain coihiIUopb and
payments specified In a certain bond executed by
the said Kmannc! Fellns, of ever, date wltb the
said deed, for the payment of fs-tm totho Atlantic
Savings and Loan Association ot Syracuse, N. V.,
In accordance wllh their articles of association;
and. whereas, the said Oeo. C. Sawver. trustee,
having resigned, the said trnet and tho Judge
of the hustings court of tho city of Hoanoko did,
at the September Itrm, 1S9.\ appoint the under
signed 0. U. Vines trustee in tho place and stead
ot the raid Goo. C. Saw) er. trustee, after legal
notice, aa provided by statute, to all tbo parties
In Interest; and. whertae, default has been made
In the payments and conditions mentioned in
said deed of trust for more than six months, and
htvr Kg been required so to do by the beneficiary,
tho Atlantic havings and Loan Association <>t
Syracuse, N. Y., I ?hall, by vlttno of SHld deed
and pursuant to tbo terms thereof, r rocced to sell
at public auction to tho hiebest bidder UN TUB
16TH DAY OF NOVEMBER, 1895, AT 13
O'CLOCK M., on the promises, all the property
conveyed by said deed, as follows, lo-wli:
Beginning at a point on the north line of
Gregory street.?35 feot east of Galnosborongh ave?
nue, theuce along Gregory street south 87 de?
grees 45 minutes east 37.73 feet to a narrow pri?
vate alley, tbenco along tbo aamo 0 degrees 44
minutes east 46.49 feet, thence north 87 degrees
5 minutes west 86.69 feet to a point, thonce south
3 degrees 9 minutes west 49.89 feet to the place of
beginning, being part of lot No 83, In ward'elx,
as shown on the map of the Koanokc Land and
Improvement Company. The amount due .the
association Is $8(5.11, as of October 1,1S95.
C. U. VINES,
BY VIRTUB OF A DBEO OF TRUST BXB
cuted by Mary A. McCrossln and husband on
the 80th day of August, ibid, and duly re?
corded on pago 81 In deed book No. 67 of the
Hustings Court records tor the city of Eoan
oke convoying to George J. Peet Tr., and hla
Bnccessora certain real cetato therein described
In trust to secure to the National Mutual Build?
ing and Loan Association of New York certain
payments of money provided to be made under
the terms of the said trust, which payments now
stand in default and said association having as
aigued for value its entire interest In said debt
and the undersigned having been by order of
court duly substituted for Gco. J. Feet, trustee,
by consent of the parties at Interest, therefore,ou
request of tho assignee and beneficiary of
eald trust I will on SATURDAY. TUE 21ST DAY
OF SEPTEMBER, 181)5, at 12 o'clock noon, offer
for sale on tho premises, at public outcry, to tho
highest bidder tor cash, either m person
or by counsel, all of that certain lot or
parcolot land, wilh all tho improvements thcrcou,
situated at No 615 QUmerfor Fourth) avenuen.c,
in the city of Koanokc, and State of Ylrglula, and
bounded and described as follows, to-wlt: "Be?
ginning at a point on the southerly sido of Oil
mcr street, distant 150 feet easterly from the
eoutheuaterly corner of Gilmer street and Wood
street, and running thcuec along Uilmcr street,
south 87? 46', eaetGCfect, thence south a'15', west I
100 feet, thenco north 87? 45', west 50 feet, thence
north S3 15', east 100 feet to Gilmer street, the
place of beginning. Amount due upon said dcht
as of August 5, is;i3, Is (1823.13 and coals of tnis
8 21 tds AKTHUK N. DERIt, Trustee.
By consent of the parties at Interest the above
sale is postponed to Monday, September 33, 181*5,
at the snmo tlmo and place.
ARTHUR N.DBRR, Trnstce.
Under an order of court the above advertised
Balu is postponed until November 3:1,1895, at the
same place and hour, or to auch other date, to be
heieaftcr stated, as the aald court Injunction
ehall have been previously diesolved.
ARTHUR. N. DERR, Trustee.
DENNIS. TRTJITT A COMPANY FOR. ETC.,
vs. United Building Company, a corporation,
et als. In chancerv.
To It. G. Dennis, G. W. Trultt and J. O. Dennis,
partners, trading u? Dennis, Trultt Jfc Company,
who buc for the benefit and at the cost of the
Atlantic Building and Loan Association, plain- j
tiffs, versus J. B. Levey, F. Sitterding. B. A. j
Johnson, J. U. Wilkinson, Rosa L. Bryant, W. i
M. Yager, trustee; C. 11. Vines and a. B. Hum, I
special commissioners; Atlantic Building and
Loan Association, a corporation; j. C. Sawyer,
trustee, and the United Building Company, a
In the hustings court tor the city of Roanoke,
TAKE NOTICE; That pursuant to decreo In
the above cauec of October 1, 1805, I shall, ON
TUB MTB DAY OF NOVRMBER. 1S95. at my
office, rcoms Nos. 2 and 3, Masonic Temple build?
ing, in the city aforesaid, proceed to inquire into
and make the statements concerning tho matters
mentioned ,in the said decree, and thereby re?
ferred to me ns one cf the master commissioners
in chancery of the said eonrt. Especially concern?
ing the following:
First. The reul estate owned by the said J. B.
Levey, subject to the lien of petitioner's Judg?
. Second. Such other liens as may ho found
against said property and the rcepocllve priori?
ties ol such liens.
Third. Whether the rents and profits derived
from such real otnte will, within five years from
this date, be sufficient to pay off and discharge
the liens aforesaid with their costs and interests.
Fourth. Such other matters as may be deemed
by him pertinent or necessary, or may be re?
quired by any party lo this Btiit.
Noto. Under this bond the commissioner will
tike testimony showing" the relative value of the
land and the houses built thereon.
If from any cause said Inquiries ho not begun
on the day above nnmed, or begun and not com?
pleted, tho same will be continued from day to
day, or time to time, at the same place, until all
of said inquiries arc sustained and completed.
Given under my hand as commituloni r In
chancery of tho liu-tlngs court for the city of
Rounnkc, this the 14th day of October. 1SII5.
A. BLAIR ANTRIM,
10 15 td Commissioner In Chancery.
TRUSTEE'S SALE?WHEREAS A CERTAIN
deed of trust was executed by Eieauucl I'ot
tus to George 0. Sawyer and his successors us
trustees, hearing date August 1, 1868, and record?
ed in the clerk's ollice of the hustings court for
the city of Roanoke in deed book ss, page 313, to
secure the performance of certeln conditions and
payments specified In a rcrtaln bund executed
by the said Etnanncl Pettus. of even date with
the said deed, for the payment of fStl) to the
Atluntlc Savings and Loan Association of Syr a
cuse, N. Y., In accordance with their articles of
association; and whereas the said Oeorgc C.
Sawyer, trustee, having realsned the said trust,
and tho Judge of tho hustings court of
the city of Roanoke did, at the September term,
18!l5. appoint tho undersigned C. H. Vinos trns?
tce In the place and stead of the said George C.
Sawyer, trustee, after legal notice, as provided by
statute, to all the parties in interest; and where?
as default has been made In the payments and
conditions mentioned In said deed of trust lor
more than sir months, and having been re?
quired bo to do by the bcncUciary, the Atlantic
havings and Loan Association of Syracuse, N.
Y., I shall, by virtue of eald deed and pursuant to
the terms thereof, proeced to sell at public auc?
tion, to the highest bidder, on the 10TB DAY OF
NOVEMBER. 1806, AT 12.05 O'CLOCK P. M., ou
the premises, all the property conveyed by said
deed, as follows, to wit:
Beginning at the northwest comer of that cer
talu lot conveyed by A. .1. Young and wife to
Bmanuel I'ettns and Charles Parkor; thence
north 2 degrees 15 minutes east 81.51 feet to
UaincEhorough avenue (formerly Oalneaborongh
rondt; thence nlong the same north 68 degrees ;!0
minutes east 483-10 feet; thence south 3 de?
grees 15 minutes west 1(15 2 10 feet lo oppo?
site northwfi't corner of lot above referred to of
l'olttirs and 1'arker: thence north 87 decrees 45
minutes west 10 feet to the place ot beginning,
this being part of tot f-2, In ward ti as (hown o i
the map of the Roanoke band and Improvement
Company. The amount due assouiutloii October
1, is'.r., Is *31t; 88.
1016-td C. II. VINES, Trnetce.
'I'RCSTEE'S SALS OF VALUABLE REAL
1 estate?3y virtue of a certain deed of trust
dated the 6th day of October, 1893, and of record
n the clerk's office of tho corporation court for
the city of Roanoke, Va., in deed book HO, page
435.fromC. a. Wool'ord and Minnie ll.Vtool
ford, his wife, to the undersigned trustee, In
trust to secure the Homo Loan und Building As
sni-iution the paymeLt ot tlie debt in said deed
mentioned; and default having been made by
?aid O. A. Woolfoid, for more than sii mouths,
in the pajmei.t of his dues, Interest and t'nes,
und the board ol directors of said association so
requiring. I will, ON MONDAY, Til B IS I'll DAY
OF NOVEMBER, ls'.'5, AT l'J::k) O'OLOOK l\ M?
In front of the con thouse. In Rour.oke, Vs.. pro?
ceed to sell, at public auction, to the highest
bidder, all that certain parcel of bind, lying in
the city of Roanoke, Va., and desc I bed as fol
beginning at the ponthwest corner of Brooke
and Wells street; thence with Wells Street In
a westerly direction 100 feet to G. W. Slsler's
line; thence with said Slsler's Hue in n southerly
direction 43 tcet 10 a point; thence in an easterly
direction with Dravensludt's line lit) feet to
Brooke street; thence with Brooke street in a
northerly direction i2 feet to the place of begin?
TKRMS?Oaah. The proceeds of sale will lie
applied first to the payment of the costs or -eile.
Including a trustee s commis-iou. and se' und to
the payment ot the sum of (830.60, being the
amount due under said dc:d of ttust to said as?
sociation. '1 ho amount lo nrrears as of Septem?
ber 25, lh'.'5, was $389.80; and third the surplus If
any. as the statute directs. THOMAS W. MIL?
LER, Trustee. l" ls-td
I^IMJSTEE'S SALE OK VALUABLE REAL
l estate.?By virtue of a certain deed of trust
dated the 6th day of January. Iss7, and or record
in the clerk's office ot the corporation court for
thocltvof Roanoke,Va., In deed book 6. page 2",
from William A. Cuir tothe Undersigned I nstec,
in oust to secure the Home Loan and Budding
Association the payment or tho debt |n i tld de? d
mentlnned; and default having beorj made by the
said William A. Carr for more thai, ri.v months in
the payment of his dues Interc-t and tines, and
the bosi'l of directors of itld MlOtUtlonso re
quiring, I will ON MONDAY, TOB 18TU DAY
OP NOVEMBER, 1896, AT 1 O'CLOCK P. M.,
in front of the courthouse in Roanoke, Va? pro?
ceed to sell at pui>llc anctlon, to the highest
bidder, all that certain parcel of land lying in
tbo city of Roanoke. Va., and described as
follows: Fronting on Wells street and running
back along llcury street to an alley, and known
as lot seven (7) in section ono <l) on niup ot the
Ropers, Pairfax & Houston Addition.
THUMS?Cash. The proceeds of sale will be
applied, first, to the payment of the costs ot sale,
tucludtng a trustee's commission, and, second, to
tb? payment ot tbo sum of $638.60, being tho
amount due under said deed of trust to said As?
sociation. Tho amount ot arrears as of Septem?
ber 85th. 1895, was $597.80; and. tblrd.the surplus,
it any, as the statute directs.
10-18-t?' 8. M. BROPHY. Trustee.
TRUSTEE'S SALB.?ON TUE lfVTU DAY OF
DECEMBER. 1895, at 10 55 o'clock ami
will offer for salo at public auction on the prem?
ises, the following described psrscl of laud
with its Improvements, situated in tho city or
Beginning at a point on the south side tf Usr
rlson street 101 9 west of Trout street, thence
with Uarrlson street north 75 degrees 3 mluntes
west 50 eet to a point on same, thence south 9
degrees 15 minutes east 114.3 feet to an allev,
thence with said al'ey south 70 degrees east 50
feet to a point on same, thenoe north 9 degrees
15 west 113.5 ttct to tho place of beginning.
Known as lot 16 In section 6, as shown by the
map of the property or the Rogers, Fairfax and
Houston addition to tho city of Rcanoko. Vs.
The above sale is made by anthorlty contained
in a deed of trust from K. J Komp dated the 15th
day ot December. 1891. and recorded in tho
clerk's office of tbe hustings court for the city of
Koanokc in dee 1 book 7t, page 198 Betault
having been made In the payments under the
bond therein secured for more than three
The above ssla will bo made by the under?
signed, who was substituted as trustee in the
ahovc mentioned cited of trust In ibe place ot
Silas W. Hurt, by an order of the hustings court
for the city of Roanoke entered at the July
TERMS OP SALE.?Cash. The smennt due
under the above mentioned deed of trus". is
f <7I.s5 as ot tie 31tt day of October. 1805.
JNO. C. TEN BY UK.
. 11 16 td Trustee.
TRUSTEE'S SALE?ON THE 16TU DAY OF
DECEMBER, U95, at 11:45 o'clock a. m., I
will oiler tor sale tit public auction oa the prem?
ises, tho following described patool of land with
its Improvements, situated In the city of Roa?
Beginning on the west side of Twelfth
street n. w. r>lten nor.hot Second avenue,thoncu
In a westerly direction parallel with Srcmd
avenue 1UU feet to a print, thence In a northerly
direction parallel with Twelfth street 25 tcet
to a poll t. I hence In aa eastrrlv direc?
tion parallel with Second avenue 100 feet to
Twc"fth street, thence lu a southerly direction
with Twelfth street 25 feet to the place of li -
ginning, and known as parts ot lots 15 and 16
section 58 ot the Rogers. Fairfax and Houston
addition to the city of Roanoke, Va.
The above sale Is made by authority contalued
In a deed of trust from W. C. Clarke, dated the
1st day ot July. 1892, and recorded In tho clerk's
olllco of tho hustings court for the city ot Roa?
noke In icod book 79 page. ill. Default havhig
been mado In the payments under tho boud
therein secured for more t bau thrco months.
TEitMS OK SALE?Cash. The amount eine
under the above mentioned deed of trust is
1450.84, as ot the 31sl doy of October. 1895,
11 10 til SILAS W. HURT, Trustee.
TRUSTEE'S BALE?ON TUB MTU DAY OF
DECEMBER, 1895. at 11:05 o'clock a. m., I
will offer for sale at public auction on tho prem?
ises, the following described parcel of land with
its Improvements, situated in the city of Roan?
Beginning at a point on the north side ot (Hi?
mer street 990 feet east on Houston street,
thouce with tlllmer street In an c.sterly direc?
tion 3d feet to a point, thene 1 in a northerly di?
rection 130 feet to an alley, thence with the said
alley In a westerly direction about 30 foot to a
point, thence lu a southerly direction 180 feet to
the beginning, and known as part ot lot 10, section
7, ot tho map of the Rogers. Fairfax and Hous?
ton addition to the olty'of Roanoke.
The above sale Is made by authority contained
in u deed of tru?t from (!eo K. Flannaguu, dated
the 1st day of July, 1893, and recorded In tho
clork's ollice of the hustings court for the city of
Roanoke in doed book 79, pagol. Default hav
lug been made In the payments under the bond
therein secured for more than three months.
TERMS OP SALE?Cash. Tho amount due
under the above mentioned deed of trnst Is gl,
5.5.01, f:s ot the 31nt day of October. 1895.
SILAS W. BURT.
1116 td. Trustee.
TRUSTBK'S SALE--ON THE 10TH DAY OF
HKCEMBKR. 18 ?. at 12 o'clo:km., I will offer
for sale at public auction on the premises, the
following described parcel of land with its im?
provements, situated in tho city of Roanoke:
Beginning ut u point on the north side ot Tat?
too street 250 fret west or Brooke street, thenco
along I'atton street north 87 degrees 45 minutes
west 117.7 feet to a corner, thence uorth 10 de
grces 45 minutes east lsS 3 feet to a corner,
thence south 9 degrees 15 minutes west I I? 5
feet to the place <if beginning containing 68,080
square feet, more or less, and known a? lot 150,
Fourth ward, as shown on the map ot the Roan?
oke Land and Improvement Company.
The above sale is made by authority contained
In a deed ot trust from James Sheridan duted tbo
19th day of October 1891 and recorded In the
clerk's "office of the hustings court for the city of
Roanoke In deed book 6.), page 2.1',. Default bar
Ing been made in the pay mom s nnder the bond
therein secured for more than three months.
TERMS OP SALB?Cash. The amount due
under the above mentioned deed of trust Is $ I.
692.11, as of 31st day of October. 18)5.
SILAS W. BURT,
11 10 td. Trustee.
TRUSTEE'S SALE.?ON THE 16TO DAY OF
DECEMBER, 1895, at 11:25 o'clock tt. lu., I
will offer for Bale at public auction on tho prem
lses, the following described parcel of land with
its Improvements, situated in the Mly ot Roan?
Beginning at a point ou the smth. side of
Fifth avenue n. w. 93 feet from Fifth street and
running southerly 1S3 feet to an alloy, thence
with Bald alley eastwwrdly 3VS feet to a point,
thence northerly 133 feet to Fifth avenue, ttunco
westerly 35 S feet wltb eaid avenue to the place
Tho above salo Is made by authority contained
In a deod of trust from D. O. Moomaw, dated the
13th day of June, 1893, and recorded in the clerk's
office of the hustings court for the city of Roan?
oke In deed book 78, page 5s. Default having
been made In the payments under tho bond
therelu secured for more than thr e months
TiCttMS OF salb.?Cash. Tbc amount dne
under tie above meutloued deed (f trust is
$96s 74, as of the 31st day ot Ortnber. 1895
1110 td SILAS W. BURT, Trustee
TRl'STKK'S SALE ?ON THE lil'l 1>\Y OK
DECEMBER, 189?, at II ?5 o'cljck \. tu. 1
will offer for sale at public asctloii on the pr?m- ,
lees the following described parcel "( land with
Its Improvement*, situatod in the city ot Roan- j
situated on the north sidr of Shenai dotth
avenue n. w., trotting to feet on same and ss
lending back between parallel Hues in a north
?-rly direction 13ti feel to an alley, ami known as
lot 14, section 9.', as shown by the imp of tho
pr iperty Of the Rogers . Fairfax and Houston ad?
dition to the city or Roanoke, Va.
The above sate I* made by authority contained
In u deed ot trust from s. A. Comport, dated the
1st day of April. 1899, and recorded In tbo clerk's
office of the hustings court of the city of Roan?
oke. Va., la deed book No. 7>. page lb. Dcfsuk
having been made In the payment under the
bond therein secured for more thull three month-'.
Tho above sale will be made by the under?
signed, who was substituted an trustee in tin
above mentioned doed ot trust In the plsca of
Silas \V. Hurt, by in order or tho hustings court
for the city of Roanokj. Va , entered at the
April tern,, 1895.
TERMS OK SALE: Cash. The amount due |
tinder the above montloned desd of tr ist is [
#2 73i.44, as of the 3ist dav of October. 1895
,IN') C. TEN BYCK,
It 16 td Substituted l rustec.
TRU"?TERM s\ B '?NTIIE '.oril DAY OP
DBoBMBBR, 1895, at 11:15 o'clock a. m., 1
will direr for sale at public auction on the prom?
ises, the following described nan el Ol I in witu
its Improvement*, situated la the city ot Hoa
Beginning at a poll t on the south side ol High
street If* feel west of tinanokc el reel, I ein e
with High street north 72 degrees in minutes
west 811.41 fort t.? a point, tbeuCS south 190 do
grres 35 minutes WfSt 137.19 tOttt to alley, thenco
with min alley south 71 degrees 89minutes east
.ps.7.r, teel to a pnli.t on same, thence north 9J
degrees 12 minutes east 189 feet, more or less.
The above sale is mad'- by ?uthorlty contained
In a deed ot oust tr, in J A. Flshborn.dated the
3lst day of e ctobor, 1891, and recorded In the
cler v's (?!!!< e Ol the bUSllDRS court !or the i ity 0(
ROSIi ke In (Iced h?Ofc 09. page 818. Default
having been male In the payments under Ihe
bond therein serured for moro than three months
The above ssle will be made by the under?
signed, wb'? was substituted as trustee lu the
above met Honed deed of trust lu the place o(
S?SS W. Hirt, nyau order or the hustings court
tor the e ty of Ro noke. entered lit tho April
TERMS OP s.\! E?t'ssli. The nruout due
under the above mentioned deed of trust is
#?? 9 31, as of tbo 3'st liav ot October. 1895.
J SO C. TrlN EYCK.
i! ic td Substituted.Tinste*,
will offer fo
iees the folio
lino ;' i' i. j U >m -.
avenue .'J. icct to ..
159 feet tn> ano'.tu UCDC
teet to r. slake at ol HCni
line to the point of, ,,,?,,,*?
1, section 3, on the iL* \tpms, \n nnr
son addition to thee*1 ltems 10 our
The above aalo la m. We nre Still
lo a Heed o' trust from_A uprn nr?
2nd day of May, 18?, ar?e Eere n?w.
office of the hustings coi
noke In deed book 17,',
been mal- in tho payn.YT
therein secured for mor<* t
TEItM3 OP SALI?UaeUnrtl The
nnder the abovo menllone
(533 09. as of the 3!?t day of ?
ms ta_silas wX0kBt jQ
TRUSTBB'S SALB? OS THElftu W*
DECEMBER, 1903, at 10:30 o'lnrinrr
offer tor tale at public auction ot
the following described parcel ot
Improvements, situated in the city e s>
Beginning at tho point of intcrsovy
north side of ilarrlsou street with t'Or
of Wood street, thence with Wood s
degrees east 100 feet to a point, the.
degrees we-t 33 3') feet to a point, therV
degrees south It 0 feet to Harrison stre
south ss degrees east 33.33 feet with tt.
side ot Harrison street to the place of boM!
The abovn sale Is made bv authority coil
In a deed ot trust from M. Rosenborg and
Belly dated the first day ot December. ISO!
recorded in the clerk's otllce of the hustings .
for the city of Roamike In deed book 70, page
Default bRTp g been made in the payments nn
tbo bond therein scenred for nore than thr
The above salo will be made by the under
signed, who .wn substituted as trustee in the .
place of Silas W Uurt. by an order of the hust?
ings cour-. lor the city ot Roanoke entered at the
April term, 1805, \
TERMS OF SALB-Cish. The amount due
nnder the above mentloued deed ot trust Is
(1,096 30. as of the 31st dav of October, 1896.
11 lfi td JNO. 0. TEN BTOK, Trustee.
TRUSTEE'S SALE.-ON THE 10TH DAV OP
DJSOBMBBK, 1805, at 0:40 o'clock a in. 1
will offer for sate at public auction on the prem?
ises, the following de?cri!>!'d pares 1 of land with
i's tint rovements, situated In the city ot Roan
Lots 18 Mid II in section 10 of the Lewi* ad?
dition to the city ot Ro'inoke. Va.. lot 13 being a
corner lot with :i frontage of to feet on Elm
street oxti ndtng along Lewis street to an alley;
lot 14 adjacent thereto fronting BO feet on Elm
street and running back to an Hlley. reference
being made to a map of said Lewis addition and
tiled in the oftice ot tho hustings court ot th-) city
of Ronnokc. Vs.
Tho above sale is made by authority contained
in a deed of trust from Virgil U l'ayno dated
the JOth dav of December, 1891, and recorded In
the clerk's otllce ot the hustings court for the
cttv of pnunukn In deed hook 71, page 157. De?
fault havlne been marie In tho payment under
the bond ttu re in secured for more than three
TERMS OF HALB:?Cash. The amount due
undo- the above mentioned deed of trust Is
(2 491.09, aF of the 31et dav of October. 1S05.
"SILAS W. UURT,
1110 td Trustee.
Tltl STKK'S SALE ON TUB ItiTH DAY OF
DBCBMBRK, 1896, at 10:15 o'clock a. m..
1 will offer for sale at public auction on the
premises, the following described parcel of land
with its improvements, situated In tho city ot
Beginning at a point on the north side of Har?
rison street 66.6 feet west trom Wood street,
thence north 2 degrees cast 100 teet to a point,
Ihenco north SSdegrees west33.33 teet to a point,
thence south 2 degrees west 1U0 feet to Harrison
street, thence southsSdegrees east 83.33 teet with
the north side of Hanison street to the place of
The above sale is made by authority contained
In a deed of trust from M. Rosenberg uud M. M.
Kelly, dated the 1st day of December, 1891, and
recorded in the clerk's ofllce ot the hustings
court tor the city of Kouuoke In deed book 70,
pago 883. Detank having been made In tho pay
luenls iiutler the bond therein secured tor more
than three months.
TERMS OF.SALB?Cash. The amonnt duo
under the above mentioned deeil ot trust le
iSVI.SO, as of 31st day of October. 1S05.
U-lt?-td SILAS W. UURT, Trustee.
TRUSTEE'S SALB.-ON THE ItiTH DAY OF
DECEMBER. 1895, at 10:15 o'clock a ru , I will
offer for sale ut public auction on the premises,
the following described parcel ot laud with Its
Improvements, situated In the city of Roanoke:
Beginning at the southwest Intersection of Rose
streu?, and alley; and with said street north 84
degrees 20 minutes west 40 feet to corner of lot
No. 7 and with said lot south SdOgKei 40 minutes
west 100 feot to an alley, and with said alleys 81
degrees 20 minutes cast 40 feet to Intersection ot
two alleys, and thenco with said alley north r>
degrees 40 minutes east 100 feet to the beglunlcg.
and known us lot No. ti, section 5, on the map ot
the Northslde Land Company.
Tho above sale is made by'authority contained
In a deed of trust from James p. Hale, dated the
1st day of July, 1893, and recorded l:i ilie clerk's
otllco of :ho hustirgs court for the city ot Roa
? oke in deed book 70, page 7'.' Default having
been made in the payments under the bond
therein secured for more than three mouths.
T8RMS OF SALE?Cash. The amount due
under the above mentioned deed of trust Is
|519 9 \ us of 31st day of October, WS.
11-10 td SILAS W. HURT, Trustee.
IHUSTKK'S SALE?ON TUE lAT'H DAY OF
DBCEMUBR, 1805, at 10 o'clock a. m., I wltl
offer for sale at public anction on tho premises,
the following described parcel of land with its
improvements, Bittiated in the city of Roauoke.
Lot No. 3, ecotlou No. 2. In the Belmout Addi?
tion to Rounoke, Va? beginning ut a point on
the north side of Ta/owell St., 50 feet east ot
Flickwlr street, Ihsiice with said Taaewell street
In an easterly direction 40 feot to a point, thence
in a southerly direction parallel with Flickwlr
street, 130 feet to a alley, thence with said alloy
In a wes erly direction 40 feet, thence in a north?
erly direction 130 feet to tt e beglnnlug.
The a ove sale Is made by authority contained
In a deed of trust tn in C L. Darnull dated the
1st day of December. 1891, and recorded in the
clerk's ottlce of the tiiis'.tiigs court for the city ot
Roanoke in deed hook 70, pago 269. Default
having been made In the payments under the
bond therein secured for more than three
The above sale will be made by tho nnder
slgned, ?ho was substituted as trustee in the
above raent oned deed ot trust In the place of
Silas \V. Bort, by an ordor ofths husrlngs court
fortheri'y of Roanoke entered at the April
I'BRMSOF SALB?Cash Theamaunt due tin
der the ah ??? mentioned deed of trust is (I,
4V.? 41, as ol the 31 si day ot October. 1896.
J NO. C. TEN EYCK.
11 16 td substituted Trustee.
TRUSTEE'S SALE?ON TI1B 10TI1 DAY OF
I DECEMBER, >S95, at 10:35 o'clock ? m , f
will offer for s ile a' p:itillo auction on the prem?
ises, the following describe I pan-el of land with
Its improvemoats, situated in the olty ol Roa?
noke, Va :
Boginning at n point or. the north side or
Qalnsboro avenue, corner to lot of Wm. Doener.
thtnCO In a northeasterly direction with said
Dcener's ine 131 feet to corner ot Robt.
Steptoo's lot, thence In a northwesterly direction
with e:inl Steptoe's tine, 40 feet to a
corner of said Steptoe's lo'. thence with
said Steptoe's line tn a southerly direction ir>
feet. Ihsoce in a westerly direction 3 feet <o
Lucy U Ualo'S line, thence with the said Lucy it.
Uale'i line In a southwesterly direction 130 feet
to ?alnsh .ro avenue, tlieuce with said avenue In
an easterly direction 46 teet to tho place ot be?
The above sale is made by authority contained
in a deed ot trust 'rom J. P, Utle, dated the, 1st
day of September, ls'.>2, and recorded in the
< lerk'a "thee ot the hustings C art for the City of
Roanoke. in deed, buck SO, page 139. Default
having been made in the payments under the
bond therein secured for more than three mouths.
TERMS OF SALE Cash. Tho amount due
under the above mentioned deed of trust I*
j1. C47 to, :i< of th* :ust day of October; ls'JV
U 16 td. r?lLAs W. BORT, Trustee.
TRUSTEE'S HA^E ON I HE MTU DAY OF
I DECEMBER, 1895, at 9:80 o'clock a. m.. 1
will ortet for SAle on the premises at public auc?
tion, the followll 8 described parcel of tat d with
Its Improvements, situated in the city ot Roa
Boclnnlrg at a point on >ho north side or
Charles e'.^r: r.'.> teet west of l'ark street,
thence wcstwur.i with Charles street 23 feot to
point, thor.ee uotthward 180 feet to an alloy,
thence With said ailey eastward 23 feet to a point,
thenre southward 190 feet to the place ot be?
ginning on Charles street, and known as part of
lot section 4, Lewis addition to the city ot
The above sale is made by authority contained
in a .Red of trust from Frank Moore dated the
1st day of February, 1893, and recorded In the
, lerk'a otllce of the' hustings court for the city ot
Kosnoke In'.deed book 72. page sic.. Default
having been msde In the payments under tho
bond il ereln s^i ured for morethsn three months.
TERMS OF SALE Cash. Tho amount duo
nnder the above mentioned deed of trust 1?
fl 127,63, as of tho stst dav of October, 1895,
SILAS W. IIl'RT, Trustee.
11 10 td.