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Palem car ronei between Terry bmldlng and
Salem. First car Sundays at S:30 a. in.
: Vlnton car rune between Terry building and
'Vlnton. Sundsys?First csr 8:00 a. m.
Norwich car rune hetween Norwich and II nion
Depot and connects with College car. Sundays?
First car 8:Oi a m Trips marked "n" will go
tbrongb to Norwich; all other trips before 2:0.)
p. m. will stop at Woodrnms. All trip? sfter 3.00
p. in. will go through to Norwich
f College car ruus between College and Union
Depot via Mill Mountain ami connects with Nor
j West End car runs between ''II" street snd
Crystal ttpring ca* runs he'ween Crystal Spring
'?ml Union Depot via Mill M itiDtaln First car
enndays BtCO a. in ; und between Crvstal Spring
W Union Depot via Diecball I'aik. First car
Franklin ltoad car runs between Terry build?
ing and llUbland areoueB. w.
East Koanoke cur runs between Terry build
g and Lyucbburg ?venue n. e.
ilckcis for ride between Koanoke and Salem
in be purchased In Koinoke at tbe (olluwlig
Vaughan's cigar stand, Terry hnllitlng.
Masste'i* Pharmacy, Sou'h Jefferson >trcct.
And at Sulem from DilUrd A f'erelnger.
S. W. JAMISON. ii m'l Mgr.
Office, Rooms 103 and 106 Terty lljlldlng.
nmjasB^Es Schedule in Effect
May 2, 1897.
WESTBOUND LEAVE ROANOKE
:10 a- m. (Washington nnd Chattanooga
limited) for Bristol, intermediate sta?
tions and the .South and West. Pull?
man sleepers to New Orleans und Mem?
phis. Connects at Radford for Blue
field and Pocahontas.
:20 p. m., the Chicago Express for Rad
fortl, Bluefield, Pocahontas, Kenova,
Cincinnati, Indianapolis, St. Louis,
Kansas City. Columbus and Chicago.
Pullman Buffet Sleeper Hoanoke to
Columbus. Also for Pttlnski, Wythe
ville, Bristol, Kn?xville, Chattanooga
and intermediate points.
TRAINS ARRIVE AT ROANOKE.
roin Norfolk 7:30 a. m.; 4:10 p. m.
from Hagerstown 7:50 a. m.;4:05 p. m.
rom Winston 1:15 p. m.
roni Bristol and the West 1:35 p. m.;
10:30 p. nr.
ORTH AND EASTBOUXD, LEAVE
;50Jp. m. for Petersbnrj
:45 p. in. for Washington, Hagerstown,
Philadelphia and New York.
0:4) p. m. for Richmond nnd Norfolk.
Pullman sleepers Roanoke to Norfolk
mil Lynchburg to Richmond.
45 p. m. (Washington nnd Chattanooga
limited) for Washington, Hagerstown,
?hiladelphla and New York. Pullman
leepers to Washington via. Sbeuan
loah Junction and Baltimore and Ohio
iirham Division?Leave Lynchburg
(Union station)*daily, except Sunday.
:00 p. m. for South Boston and Dur
lam and intermediate stations.
Inston Salem Division?I/!ave Roanoke
(Union station) 4:30 p. in. and
H:00n. m. daily, except Sunday (Camp?
bell street station), for Rocky Mount,
Martinsville, Winston-Salem ahdintei
'or all additional information apply
ticker office Or to W. B. Hevill, General
gsehger Agent, Roanoke, Va.
M. F. Bragg- Traveling Passenger
POLITICS AND THE STRIKE.
Scott, of West Virginia, Says Ohio Dem?
ocrats Instigated tbe Trouble.
New York, July 3.?It was reported
to day from apparently trustworthy
sources that the expected strike among
the coal minore in the West is part of a
plan concerted for political effect.
Th? original plan was, it Is said, to do
lay the outbreak until nearer election
day, so as to aid the ftee silver Democrats
In Ohio and Kentucky, and especially to
bring about tbe defeat of Senator Mark
Hauna. in Ohio.
N. B. Scott, of West Virginia, a mem?
ber of the Republican national executive
committee, who has been in Ohio assist?
ing Senator Hauna, confirmed this report.
"There is no doubt," said he, "that the
Ohio Democratic leaders iustigated the
strike. The idea i? to cut off the supply
of coal and thus to paralyze industry.
This will be attributed to the Republican
party, and Senator Hauna will be held up
as an oppressor of labor."
DEATH OF MKS. STUMP.
Charlestown, W. Va., July 3.?Mrs.
Auuie Stump, wife of Rev. Abrain
Stump, a well-known liveryman of this
place, died this evening of consumption,
after an illness of several months. She
wa? the eldest daughter of the late
Charles Rowers and was about thirty-five
years of age. She was for several years
a member of the Baptist Church and
was highly respected as a Christian
woman. Her husband and four small
children survive, her.
"DRYS" WIN IN LANCASTER.
Warsaw, Va., July 3.?In the local op?
tion light which has been going on in
Mantua and White Chanel districts, Lan?
caster comity, lor several weeks, the vote
was taken yesterday, resulting in an over?
whelming victory for the drys. The for?
mer district gave l??, the latter IDS* ma?
jority for the dry side.
DELEGATES TO ROANOKE.
Up-to-date delegates to the State Dem?
ocratic convention to be held in Roanoke
have been elected and instructed for gov?
ernor as follows: Not
Tyler. EUyson. Lis't'd.
Alexandria. 3 .. "15
Brunswick. 12 '2
Buchanan. 8 I
Chesterfield, 1 pre 5
Danville. ... 17
Frederick. .. 18
Nie of Wright. 18
Lynchburg. 17 .. ..
Manchester City. 5
Printe George... 5
Richmond. 30 48
Winchester. .. 5
Total. 300 70 38
RETURNS FROM HENRICO.
Richmond, July 3. ?-Complete returns
from Henrico county give Ellison 13 and
Tyler 10 delegates to the State Demo
Buchanan has elected her five delegates
aud they are for Tyler.
Hon. C. B Hush, pte-ideut of the Gil
mer county (W. Va.) court, says that, he
has had three cases of flux in his family
during the past summer, which he cured
in less than a'week with Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy.
Mr. Bush also states, that *in "some in?
stances there were twenty hemorrhages a
day.?Glen vi lie, W. Va., Pathfinder.
This remedy has been used in nine epi?
demics of'flux uiuFone of cholera with
perfect success. It* can always be de?
pended upon for bowel coin plaint.eveu in
its most severe forms. Every family
should keep it at hand. The 25 and 50
cent bottles for sale by * H. C. Barnes,
"He puts up prescriptions."
Old papers for sale at The Times office
10 cents per 100 copies.
TRUSTEE'S SALE OF REAL ESTATE
in the city of Koanoke, Va.?In pursu?
ance of an order of the board of directors
of tbe Lynch burg Perpetual Building
and Loan Company, made May 31, 1S!>7
the undersigned trustees in a deed of trust
executed by Nannie N. Bandy and J. T.
Bandy, her husband, dated* August 9,
1S'.i3, to secure to the said company, will
j on WEDNESDAY, JULY 14', 1807, at
10:30 o'clock a. m., on the premises, pro?
ceed to s?dl by way of public auction cer?
tain real estate and improvements there?
on, and described as follows:
A certain lot ot ground In the city of
Koanoke, known as lot No 5, section 35,
of tbe Rogers, Fairfax &: Houston"addi?
tion, fronting 60 feet on thu south side of
Shenandoah avenue, beginning at a poiut
150 feet west of Third street nnd run?
ning back 130 feet to the Norfolk and
Western Railroad Company's line, it be?
ing the same lot conveyed lo said Nannie
I N. Bandy by said company.
TERMS: Cash as to SI 13.24. dues in
] arrears, and a sum sufficient to execute
this deed of trust nnd any taxes due and
unpaid; n? to the balance due* the said
Lrnchhurg Perpetual Building nnd Loan
Company, the purchaser is to assume the
obligations of Nannie N. Bandy and J T.
Bandy to the Lynch burg Perpetual
Building and Loan Company, to pay the
sum of ?11.68 on the second Monday in
August. 1*07. and the sum cf $11.68
on tin: second Monday of each month
for tbe next succeeding thirty live
months, subject to all the conditions and
stipulations contained in the deed of
trust, and bond executed by Nannie N.
Bandy and J. T. Handy August 0, 1893,
to the trustees of said company: and if
there he any residue it shall be upon one
and two years, payable in equal instal?
ments. JAS. R. GILLIA.M,
W. McC. WAUGH,
J. W. B.OSWELL, Auctioneer.
TRUSTEE'S SALE OF REAL ES
t?te in the city of Koanoke, Va. ? In purfttl
j ance of an order of the board 'of directors
] of the Lynchburg Perpetual Building
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the undersigned trustees in a deed of
trust executed by Fred C. Foard and
Sarah F. Foard, Iiis wife, dated January
2,1803, to secure to the said compauy.wlU
on WEDNESDAY, JUDY 14, 1897, at
11 o'clock a. in., on the premises, proceed
to sell by way of public auction certaiu
real estateand improvements thereon sit?
uated in Koanoke, Va.. aud described as
Beginning at a point ou the north line
of West Gilmer street 305 11-20 feet west
ol Sixth street, thence along West Gilmer
street north 58 degrees 10 minutes west
25 11-20 feet to a point ou line between
Hogers,Houston & Fairfax and Word ad?
ditions, thence a'otig same north 25 de?
grees 0-100 minutes east 130 40 100 feet
to an alley, thence along same south B7
degrees 13 minutes east 21 58-100 ieet to
a point, thence south 21 degrees 34 min?
utes west 120 53-100 feet to the;begiuulng,
being 'one-half of lot 0, section 51. ot the
Rogers, Fairfax & Houston addition to
TERMS: Cash as to $128.24 dues in ar?
rears, and a sum suftlcient to execute this
deed of trust ami any taxes due and un?
paid; as to the balance due the said
Lynchburg Perpetual Buildiug and Loan
Company, the purchaser is to assume
the obligations of Fred C. Foard and
Sarah F. Foard, to the Lynchburg Per?
petual Building and Loan Company to
pay tbe sum of $13.30 on the second Mon?
day In August, 1807, and the sum of
$13.30 on the second Monday iu each
month for the next succeeding 28
months, subject fo all the conditions aud
stipulations contained in the deed of
trust and bond executed by Fred C. Foard
January 2, 1803, to the trustees of said
company; and if there lie any residue it
shall be noon one and two years, payable
i? equal Instalments.
JAS. R. GILLI AM.
W. McC. WAUGH,
J. W. BOSWELL, Auctioneer.
TRUSTEE'S SALE OF REAL ES
t?te in the city of Koanoke, Va.?In pur?
suance of an order of the board of direc?
tors of tbe Lynchburg Perpetual Build?
ing aud Loan Company made on May 31,
1897, the undersigned trustees iu a deed
of trust executed by Georgia A. Haw?
kins and J. P. Hawkins, her husband,
dated August 18, 1800, to secure to the
said company, will ou WEDNESDAY,
JULY 14, 1807, at 10 o'clock a. in., on
the premises, proceed to sell by way cf
public auction, certain real estate and
improvements thereon, situated In tbe
city of Koanoke, Va., aud describeil as
Beginning at a point on the south side
of Patton street 200 ieet east of Itrocke
street, thence with tbe south side^of Pat
ton street'in an easterly [direction 50 feet
to a point,thence iu a southeasterly direc?
tion 200 feet to an alley, thence with said
alley In a westerly direction 50 feet to a
point on same, thence iu a northerly
direction 200 feet to tbe place of begin?
ning, known as lot No. 128, in Ward 4, as
shown on the map of the Roanoke Land
aud Improvement Company.
TERMS: Cash'as to $111.24, dues in
arrears and a sum sufficient to execute
this deed of trust and any taxes due and
unpaid; as to the balance due the said
Lyuchburg Perpetual Building and Loan
Company the purchaser is to assume the
obligations of Georgia A. Hawkins and J.
P. Hawkins to the Lyuchburg Peroetual
Building and Loan Company to pay the
sum of $15.03 on the second Monday in
August, 1807. and the sum of $15.03 on
the second Monday ir. each mouth for the
next succeeding 48 mouths, subject to all
the conditions and stipulations contained
in the deed of trust aud bond executed by
Georgia A. Hawkins and J. P. Hawkins
August 18, 1800, to the trustees of said
company. If there be n??y residue it shall
be upon one and two years, payable in
JAS. R. G1LLIAM,
T. A. WATTS,
J. W. BOSWELL, Auctioneer.
TRUSTEE'S SALE.?WHEREAS A
certain deed of trust was executed by
Hannah O'Hearu aud Morris O'Hearu,
her husband, to George J. Peet, trustee,
dated tbe 20th day of January, 1898, and
recorded in the clerk's office cf tbe hust?
ings court for the city of Roanoke, Ya.,
;n deed book 85, page 0, to secure the per?
formance ol certain conditions and pay?
ments specified in a certain bond executed
by the said Hannah O'llearn.of even date i
with said deed, fo- the payment of eigh?
teen hundred dollars ($1,800) to the Na?
tional Mutual Building and Loan Asso?
ciation of New York, iu accordance with
their articles of association; and whereas
the said George J. Peet has resigned the
<atd trust and the nidge of the hustings
court for the city of Koanoke, Va., at the
,lune term, 1807, did apppoint Junius
McGehee as trustee in place and stead of
George J. Peet alter legal notice, as pro?
vided by statute, to all the parties in in?
terest; and whereas default has been made I
in the payments nnd conditions men?
tioned in\said bond and deed of trust for
more than three months, and after being
required so to do by the beneficiary, tbe
National Mutual Building nn<' Loan As
socintion, of New York, 1 shall by virtue
ol said deed, and pursuant to the terms
thereof, proceed to sell at public auction \
to the highest bidded on MONDAY,
AUGUST 3, is?,i7, at 10 o'clock a. m., on
the premises, all the property conveyed
in said deed, with the improvements
thereon, bounded and described as fol?
Beginning at a point of intersection of
the south side of Patton avenue e. 'for?
merly Patton street) and the west side of
Commonwealth avenue, and running
thence with said Commonwealth avenue
south 40 degrees 51 minutes west forty
six and five tenths (40.5) feet to a point,
thence north 48 degrees 28 minutes west
thirty six and twenty-five hundiedths
(30.25) feet, thence north 84 degrees 44
minutes west twenty one and seven
tenths (21.7) feet to a point, thence north
5 degrees 10 ml' ut.es east ten and six
tenths (10.0) feet to a point on Patton
avenue e , thence north 87 degrees 50
minutes east seventy-eight (78>feetto the
place of beginning.
Also, beginning at a point on the west
side of Commonwealth avenue seventy
eight (78) feet southwesterly from Patton
avenue east and running thence with
Commonwealth avenue south 41 degrees
west, thirty five (35) feet to a point,
thence north 40 degrees *30 minutes west
one hundred ahd twenty (120) feet to an
alley, thence north -Il degrees east with
said alley fifteen (15) feet to a point on
Patton street one hundred and fifty four
and five-tenths (154.5)feet from its .south?
western intersection with Commonwealth
avenue, thence with the line of said Pat?
ton street south 8s degrees east twenty?
nine and live-tenths (20 5) feet to a point,
thence south 40 degrees !10 minutes east
ninety-seven (07) feet to the place of be?
_1lkgal NOT IC KS.
cost of executing this trust, incHidiug a
commission to the trustee, and to pay off
said bond with arrearages due thereon,
amounting to twenty-two hundred und
forty-ono and AH ICO (f2,241;48) dollars.ns
of August 2, 1*1)7, and the balance, if
auy, in one and two equal annual instal?
ments due in twelve and twenty-four
months, with interest thereon from date,
the purchaser executing 'negotiable notes :
for deferred payments and secured by a
deed of trust on the property sold.
BY VIRTUE OP A DEED OE
truBt to the Undersigned; dated the 14th
day of October, 161)3, recorded in the
clerk's office of the hustings court for tho
city of Roauoke, In deed book 108; ptige
HOI, from A. J. Loughery lor the pur?
pose of securing to the Roanoke Building
Association and Investment Company
certain sums of money therein specified,
being balance of the purchase price
of the laud hereinafter described. Default
having been made in the terms of said
trust, aud beint; required so to do by the
beneficiary thereunder, I will offer for
sale.at public auction,In front of the court
house In the eltv of Roauoke on THE
29TH DAY Ob' JULY.at 12:15 O'CLOCK
P. M., the followiuir described parcel of
land with the improvements thereon sit?
uate, described as follows:
Beginning at a point on the north side
of Spruce street 50 feet east ol Com?
merce strpet, thence north 7 degrees 50
minutes cast 140 feet to an alley, thence
with said alley south 88 degrees .30 min?
utes east 40 feet to a point, thence south
7 degrees DO minutes west 140 feet, more
or less, to Spruce street, thence with
Spruce street north 88degrees 30 minutes
40.2 feet to the place of begiunng:
TERMS OK SALE: Cadi as to the sum
of t<750, with interest thereon from the
1st day of July, ls'Jl, together with costs
of sa'e, and as to the residue upon a
credit as follows: As to $00 a credit, until
the 1st day of August aud the 1st day of
September, 18MT. in installments of ?30
each, with Interest from the 1st. day of
July. 181)1; and hs to $00.75 with interest
from the 1st day of July, 1801, upon a
credit until the 1st day of October, 18\?7;
and as to the sain of $1,510.25 upon a
credit to become due in monthly install?
ments of $00.7? each, the first of which
said installments, together with interest
from 1st >'ay of July, 1891, to mature 70
months from the 1st day of July, 1891,
and thereafter at intervals of one month,
the residue of the purchase money,:f any,
to be paid one year from the day of sale.
All of deferred payments to be evidenced
by notes of purchase) and to be secured
by deed of trust upon the premises con?
IUCIAN H. COCKK, Trustee.
BY VIRTUE OP A CERTAIN DEED
of trust, dated 1st day of October. 1800,
recorded in the clt rk*s ollice of the husti ngs
r.surt of the city of Roanoke, in deed
book ."id. page 51, from A. J. Loughery to
the undersigned trustee, for the purpose
of securing the Koanoke Building Asso?
ciation and Investment Company the sum
of $410.40. And default?haviug been made
in the terms of said deed, [and being re?
quested so to do by the beneficiary there?
under, the undersigned will offer for aale
on THE 29TH DAY OE JULY, 1807, at
public auction in front of the courthouse
in the city of Hoauoke at 12 o'clock M.,
the following descrihed property situated
in the city of Roauoke:
Beginning at a point on the southwest
corner of Wise aud Barbour streets,
thence south 72 degrees 34 minutes west
40 feet i,o a point, thence south 17 de?
grees 20 minutes east 134.30 feet to an
alley, thence north 72 degrees 34 minutes
east 40 feet to a point, thence north 17
degrees 20 minutes west 134.30 feet to the
TEkMS OF SALE: Cash as to$270.40,
with interest thereon from the 1st day of
October, 1S!)0, and as to the residue,upon
a credit of one year, secured by deed .of
NOTE?Mr. Loughery has suid the
above premises aud his deetl of trust was
assumed by his purchaser.
LUCIAN' H. COCKE, Trustee,
BY VIRTUE OF A CERTAIN' DEED
of trust from 'Georee B. Kuhns to the
undersigned trustee, dated the 1st day of
September, 1800, recorded in the clerk's
ollice of the city of Ronnoke in deed book
50, page 60, for the purpose of securing
the Koanoke Building Association ami
Investment Company the stun of $425.25.
Default having been made in the terms
of same and having been requested mi tu
do by the beneficiary thereunder, 1 will
Offer for sale at public auction, in front
of the courthouse in the city of Hoauoke,
OX 29TI1 DAY OF JULY, 1897, AT 12
O'CLOCK M-, the follow! im described
parcel ol land situated in the city of Ron
I Reginnig at a point on the north side
of Btlllitt avenue 120 feet from the north?
west corner of Belmont Boulevard and
Bullitt avenue, thence in a northerly di?
rection 130 feet to an alley, thence with
same in a westerly direction -10 feel to a
point, thence in a southerly direction 130
feet to Bullitt avenue, thence in an east?
erly (liicctioil with said avenue 40 feet to
the place of beginning, known as lot No.
17, section 18, on the map of the Ilelmont
TEKMS OE SALE: Cash as to $204.07,
with interest from the 1st day of Septem?
ber, 1890. being the amount due under the
said deed "i trust, and n< to the residue,
iipi>n a credit of one year: deferred pay?
ments to be secured by a deed of trust
! upon said premises.
LUCIAN II. COCKE, Trustee.
15V VIRTUEOP A CERTAIN' DEED
j of trust from S. S. Christian and George
I B. Kuhns, dated the 5th day (.1 Septem
I her, 1890, recorded in the clerk's tMice of
the city of Roauoke in deed book B0, pane
04. to the unileisigned trustee for the
purpose of securing to the Roauoke
Building Association and Investment
Company the sum of $425.23, and default
having been made in the terms theieof,
and havir.K been requested so to do by
the beneficiary thereunder. I will irT.-r
for sale at public auction, in front of the
courthouse for'the eitv ot Roanoke at
12 O'CLOCK M., ON THE 20TII DAY
OE JULY, ;*'.??. the following described
parcel of land situated in the city of Ron
\ noke and described as follows:
Beginning ata point on the east side of
Belmont boulevard 40 feet south of the
southeast corner of Bullitt avenue and
said boulevard, thence 13t> feet to an
alley, thence with said alley south 40 feet
to a point, thence west 130 feet to said
boulevard, thence north 10 feet to place
of beginning, known as lot 3, section 26,
of the map of tit-- Belmont Land Com
TERMS OF SALE- Cash as to $83-1.01,
with Interest from the5th day of Septem?
ber. 1890. being the amount duo under
the said deed of trust, and as to the resi?
due, upou a credit of one year, deferred
payinent? to be secured by a ilecd of trust
upon ? tid premises
TRUSTEE'S SALE OF VALUABLE
REAL ESTATE.?By virtue of a certain
deed of trust dated the 20th day of No
veniber.1801, and of record in the clerk's
oftiee of the corporation court for the city
of Roanoke. iu deed book 05, page 310,
from Thomas C. Malier and Alice C.
Maher, his wife, to the undersigned trus?
tee.in trust to secure the Home Loan and
Building Association the payment of the
debt in said deed mentioned, and default
having been made by said Thomas C.
Maher for more than six months iu the
payment of Ids dues, interest aud hues,
and the hoard of directors of said associ?
ation so requiring, I will .cn MONDAY,
JULY JO, 1807, at 12 o'clock m., in front
of the courthouse in Roanoke, Va., pro?
ceed to sell at public auction to the high?
est bidder all that certain house and lot
in the city of Roanoke, Va., lying on Gil?
mer street, nnd bounded and described as
Beginning at a point ou the north side
of Gilmer street 700 feet east of Jefferson
street, thence north 2 degrees east 125
feet to an alley, thence south 8S degrees
east 50 feet to a point, thence south 2 de?
grees east 125 feet to Gilmer street,
thence north 88 degrees west 50 feet to
tbe beginning, together with all appurte?
nances to the said lot belonging.
TERMS: Cash. The proceeds of sale
will be aptdied. 1st, to the payment of
the costs of sale, including a trustee's
commission ofjlegal percentum; and, 2d,
to tbe payment of the debt due under
said deed of trust to the said association,
which amounts to $1,350: the amount in
arrears as of June 28, 1807,was $144; and,
3rd, the surplus, if any, as the statute
directs. JAMES T. JOHNSON.
TRUSTEE'S SALE OF VALUABLE
REAL ESTATE.?By virtue of a certain
deed of trust dated the 10th day of Mny,
1804, nnd of record in the clerk's office of
the corporation court for the citr of Roa?
noke. Va.. in deed book 08, page ?l, from
B. L. Hoffman and N. B. Hoffman, his
wife, to the undersigned trustee, In trust
to secure the Home and Loan Building As?
sociation the payment of the debt in said
deed mentioned, and default bavin" been
made by said B. L. Hoffman for more
than six months in the payment of bis
dues, interest and lines, and the board ol
directors of said association so requiring,
I will on MONDAY, JULY 20, 1807, at
12:19 o'clock p. m., in front of the court?
house in Roanoke, Va., proceed to sell at
public auction to the highest bidder nil
that certain parcel of land, lying iu the
city of Roanake, Va., and bounded and
described as follows, to-wit:
Beginning at a point on the east side of
Park street or Fifth street n. w. 45 feet
south of Patton street or Fifth avenue n.
W., thence in an easterly direction 100
feet to a point, thence south 87 feet to a
public alley, thence west with said alley
four feet to a point, thence northwesterly
40.5 feet to a point, thence west 103 4-12
feet to Park street, thence with Park
street north 30.5 feet to the beginning,
being a part of lots 1 and' 2. sectiou 12,
map of Rogers, Fairfax & Houston addi?
TERMS?Cash. The proceeds ol sale
will be applied, 1st, to the payment of
the cost of sale, including a trustee's
commission of legal percentum'. and, 2d,
to the payment of the debt due under
said dec' of trust to the said association,
which amounts to $350. The amount in
arrears as of June 23, 1S07, was $00; nnd,
3rd, the surplus, if any, as the statute
JAMES T. JOHNSON,
BY VIRTUE OF A DECREE OF
the circuit court of the city of Rortiioke,
entered at its April term, 1807, in the
chancery cause therein pending under the
style of P. B. Gallagher et als. vs. Na?
tional Mutual Building and Loan Associ?
ation et als., the undersigned as special
commissioner appointed under said decree
will offer for sale in front of the court?
house in the cltv of Koanoke on the 2I1TH
DAY OF JULY, 1807, at 12 M.. the fol?
lowing described parcels of laud situated
in the city of Roanoke:
1. Beginning at a point on the west
side of Nelson street 50 feet south of Rob?
ertson st rect, nnd running thence north
Ss degrees west 95 Ieet. to a point, thence
south 2 degrees w?8t 25 feet, to a point,
thence south 88 degrees east 05 feet to
Nelson street.thence with the same north
2 degrees east 25 ieet to the beiglnning.
2. Beginning at a point on the east side
ol Nelson street 100 feet south of Robert?
son street and running thence south 88
degrees cast II;" feet to a point, thence
south 2 degrees west 25 feet to a point,
thence north 88 degrees west 05 feet to
Nelson street, thence with Nelson street
north 2 degrees east 25 feet to the place
of beginning, and known as lot 230 in
Ward live, as shown ou the map of the
Roairoke Land and Improvement Com
TERMS Of SALE: Cash.
I, S. S. Brooke, clerk of the circuit
court, city ot Koanoke, do certify that
Jiinius McGehee. special commissioner iu
the cause of P. B. Gallagher et. als. vs.
National Mutual Building Loan Associa?
tion et. als., has given bond in accordance
with the terms of the decree iu said
BY VIRTUE OF A DECREE OF THE
circuit court ol the c'ty of Roanoke en?
tered at its April term. ls07, in the chan?
cery cause therein p< riding under the style
of il. K. Colmau vs. National Mutual
Building anil Loan Associaton, the un?
dersigned, as spc< ial commissioner, ap?
pointed under said decree, will offer for
sale iu front, of the courthouse in the city
of Koanoke on the 20th day of .Inly, 1807,
at 12 o'clock in., the following described
i pnrcel of land situated in the city of Koa?
"Lot number seven(7) bisection fifteen
(15), as shown on the map of tbe Lewis
addition to the city of Koanoke, bounded
and described as follows:
Beginning at a point on the south side
of Watts street (or Ninth avenue s. w.)
300 feet east of Grove street (or Sixth
street n. w.) and running thence with
Watts street (or Ninth avenue s. w. > iu
an easterly direction fifty feet to a point,
thence in a southerly direction 130 feet
i to an alley, thence with said alley in a
! westerly direction 50 ieet to a point,
thence in a northerly direction 130 feet
to*Watts street lor Ninth avenue s. W.),
the point of beginning.
TERMS OF SALE: Cash.
.1 UX1US McGEHEE,
Special i Commissioner.
I, S.S. Brooke, clerk of the circuit court,
city of Koanoke, do certify that JunillH
McGehee. special commissioner in the
cause of II. K. Colmau vs. National Mu?
tual Building and Loan Association, has
given bond in accordance with the terms
rf the decree in said cause.
S. S BROOKE, Clerk.
The Commonwealth of Vitglnlu:
To the Sergeant of the city of Koanoke.
LEO A I, NOTICES.
tho'Pittsburg, Chicturo and Roauoke In
dustr'al ami Development Company, a
corporation.to appear at the clerk's office
of our circuit court for the city of Roan?
oke, at the courthouse thereof, at the
rules to he hohlen for saiil court on the
first Monday in .Inly, 1897, to answer W.
II. Cook of a plea of debt, damages $500,
and have then there this writ.
Witness, S. S. Brooke, clerk of our said
court, at the courthouse, the 22d day of
June, 1807, and in the 121st year of tho
S. 5. BROOKE.
In the clerk's ollice of the circuit court
for the city of Roanoke, on tho 22el day
of June, 1807.
W. H. Cook, plnintlff.ngainst the Pitts
burg, Chicngo aud Roanoke Industrial
aud Development Company, a corpoia
tion, defendant. Debt.
The object of this suit is to recover of
the defendant judgment for the sum of
thirteen thousand two hundred and
ninety-three dollars and thirty-three
cents ($13,203.33), with interest from
June 20, 1802, subject to a credit, of
$046.67 paid June 20. 1892, aud $400 paid
And an affidavit having been made and
filed that there is no agent ofllcer,or other
person of said company residing in the
city of Roauoke upon whom pro-ess, may
be served, it is ordered that it do appear
here within fifteen days after due pub?
lication hereof and do what may lie nec?
essary to protect its interests in this suit.
It is further ordered that a copy hereof
be published once a week for four weeks
in The Hoanoke Times and that a copy
be posted at the front door of tho court?
house of this city on the 1st day of tho
A copy teste:
S. S. BROOKE, Clerk.
,T. s. Baer, (5 22
Johnston Craves ,\ Johnston, p. (j.
BY VIRTUE OP A DEED OP TRUST
dated May 5th, 1S01, and recorded in the
clerk's office of the county court of Roan?
oke county, Vn., in deed book 4, page
540, dames P. Coon conveyed to S. W.
Jamison, trustee, two certain lots or par?
cels of land known sis lot No. 13, section
11, and lot No. 18, section 45, as shown
by the map of the Crystal Spring Land
Company, lying In Koanoke county, Ya.,
in trust to secure to the Crystal Spring
Land Company the Bum of $333.33, pay?
able in two equal annual payments of
$200.00 each with interest, being for the
unpaid purchase money on said lots; anil
default having been made in the payment
of a part of said debt and being request?
ed sojo do by the bolder of said debt, 1
shall proceed to sell at public auction in
front ol the courthouse in the city of
Koanoke, Va., on JULY 19, 1897, at 12
o'clock M.,the two lots hereinbefore men?
S. W. JAMISON,
BY .1. W. BOSWELL, REAL ESTATE
By virtue of a tleed of trust dated 20th
day of December, 1895. and recorded in
deed book 101, page 142, of the clerk's
ollice of the hustings court for the city of
Koanoke, from C. E. Hawkins to the un?
dersigned trustee, I shall on the 17TII
DAY OK JULY,.1897, at 12 M., offer for
sale at public auction to the highest bid?
der in front of the courthouse the follow?
ing described lot or paicel of laud:
Beginning at a point on the south side
of Salem avenue 125 feet west of "A"
street.thence in a westerly direction with
Salem avenue 25 feet to a point, theuc*?
in a southerly direction 200 feet to Korer
avenue, thence east with Rorer aveuue<
50 feet to a point, thence in a northerly
direction 100 feet to a point, thence west
warilly 25 feet to a point, thence north
100 feet U place of beginning, being all of
lot No. !1 and the we st half of lot No. 11,.
section 20, map of Korer addition to Koa?
TERMS: Cash sufficient to pay the cost
ot sale and $350,with interest from March
5, 18H7. being the amount of the; debt
now due, and the balance, if any, in two
equal annual instalments with interest.
.1. P. Vi' INC FIELD,
BY VIRTUE OP A DECREE entered
in the chancery cause of .1. K. Ilockaday,
trustee, vs. 11. S. Trout, trustee, et. a!.,
on the-day of February, 1895, its sup
plemented and amended by decree of ?
day of May, 11107, of the hustings court
for the city of Koanoke, Ya., the under
signed commissioner will, on SATUR?
DAY, THE 10T11 DAY OF JULY, 1897,
at 2 o'clock P. M. of said day, in front of
the courthouse of Roanoke tity.Va., offer
for sale to the highest bidder, the follow?
ing lot or parcel ot land, lying and being
in the city of Koanoke-, Ya., at d bounded
and described as follows:
Beginning at the southwest corner of
PeacJi Tree street and the Ohl Salem and
Lynchburg road, thence north 75 degrees
12 minutes west 121 2-3 feet along said
road to a point, thence continuing along
said road north 01 degrees west 301 7-12
feet to a point, thence south 0 degrees 2
minutes west 208 3-4 feet to Ebony stn et,
thence along Ebony street south S3 ele
grees, 7 minutes east 116.2 feet to a point,
then continuing alDilg said street south
49 decrees east 106.4 feet to a point,
thence south 36 degrees 15 minutes east
35 feet *o n point on said Ebony street,
continuing with the same south 40 de?
grees east 105 feet to the notthwest cor?
ner of Ebony and IV ach Tree strveis,theuc6
with the latter north 2 degrees 8 minutes
west 81 1 2 leet to n point on Peach Tree
street, thence north with the same 13 de?
grees 34 minutes east 191 feet to the place
TERMS OF SALE: Cash Bufilcier.t to
pay costs of this suit and gale and to pay
! off and discharge the amount due rn the
said note, ascertained by this decree to
be the- stun of $tU>0, with interest from
the 12th of March, 1891, subject to a
credit of $300 as of the 0th day of March,
1893; balance in one and two years from
day of sau-. Purchaser to execute his
bonds for the- defei red payments and f'tlo
to property to he retained until the same
Above boundary of land has been sub?
divided into :C? lots ami Oy the terms of
the decree tlit- said lots will be eiffereil
separately,'and if they fail to bring the
amount due on note aforesaid, then tho
j above described boundary will be ottered
as a whole, starting the same at the sum
of the sale of the lots separately.
ROBERT E. &COTT,
In the clerk'si dice of the hustings court
of the city ot Koanoke. .1. K. Hockaduy,
trustee, plaintiff, vs. II. s. Trout, trustee,
et als., defendants.
I, S. S. Brooke, clerk.of the said courts,
do certify that the bond required of the
special commissioners by the decrees
remb r.d -\\ said cause on tin.day of
February, 1805, and of May -,1897, has
been duly given.
Given uu'R-r. my hnnd as clerk of tho
Snhl court, this ">tb dnv of June, 1807.
an til S a. TAltOfkKR flirk